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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. THURSDAY MOKNING. OCTOI3I5U 30, 1873.
fthe gjtatlnmt gaily (Dlobc.
TiicasuAY, octomek so, lsra.
Aiiuir.u. ami iu:i'AiiTf lit: ok tii.uns.
TRAINS AtlKiTK AT HCTt-lSP.
Froin Bellows Falls, 1:10 & tO:SO fl. m., !:20 X
ts:S.1 n. 111.
liurlliijftou li:40 X '11:32 a. in., 12:50 & U;41
I'urt Henry. Mlimn. m
IH'JIUIIIglUIJ, Tjx;us i?. ,
19.M e 'Mr, p.
Saratoga, '11:45 n. in., 9:0 p. til.
Salem, 1:40 s tssio u. in., t3:io .t '4:!
i p. III.
T1IAIN3 LEAVE ITTI.INP.
For Bellows Falls, 1S:0 ,t t4:H0a. m MS:to 16:00
llurllngtoii, 1:43 X 15:11 a. in.
2:50 ,C C:05 p.
" I'ort Itunry, 6:0.1 p. m.
" llentiluifloii, t3:oo X a. in., ,t 12:55 p. in.
" saratuirti, Mini n. in., x 3:0) p. m.
" Halein. 1:40 X 18:00 u. in., "1:00 tfcOO P. in.
.num. ;s' a i
Harlem Extension way, o.on a. m., and a.oo p. in.
Kastorn way, II. ion. m
Troy way, 12.40 p. in.
'I'ruy, 12.40 p. in., 2.1) p. in., ami 9.30 p. in.
AlKuiy, 12.40 p. in., 2.40 p. in., nuil !.:io p. m
l: isl.m, U.40 a. in., ami v.so p. m.
f anurias, 1.1.1 p. in.
Northern way, 2.00 p. in.
11 u Huston, 2.110 p. in. ami ti.30 p. In.
H.ir.ituvn way, 2.40 p. in.
Nc v York", 2.4 1 p. 111. und 11.80 p. in.
(' 11 necll"ut lllver way, vm p. in.
Wonlslock way, Otairu) 1.00 p. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays and Saturdays) 3.00 p. in.
SloekbrldEe (stiiRe), l:0o p. in.
Harlem Intension way, 9.21 p. in.
K.utern way, 2.20 p. in.
Troy way, 1.55 p. m.
Trny, 1.40 a. in., 11. ir. a. in. ami 1.S5 p. in
Albany, 11.4.1 n. 111., 4.M and MO p. in.
lloston, 1.40 a. in. mid 2.20 p. In.
Canndas, 12.40 a. 111.
Northern way, 11.32 a. in.
Burlington, 12.40 and u.bj a. 111.
Saratoga way, 11.4s a. in.
New York, 11.4.1a. in. mi l 4.65 p. 111.
Connect trtit Klicr way, 1.4.1 p. in.
Wood-dock wnv, M-ure) 1I.M 'i. in.
Clilttenil.'ii, (Tticsri.tjK and Saturdays) 10.30 11.111.
StockbriiUo (st.uro), 12:30 p. m.
jyM.ills wltl lie promptly cloned ill. t no spccl
flceri hour; all letters deposited In the street
boxes will bo rolleelcd at s.45 and 11.00 a. in. ,
12.111, 1.30, 2.21 mid last rollecllon for all nlent
malls, nt '.'.no p. in. All letteis deposited In l he,
Letter IM at III.' Depot will b.' colluded bj
Koiiie Aifents live minutes previous to the de
parture, of earh mall train
Wai: Ih-.i-utTsiiiNT, On ici: or 'liu: 5
ClllKFSlON.M.Ori-ICIlll, VasX(1T().s, !
i). c, Oct. su, is;;! s i. m. i
On Thursday, for thu Middle anil Bislcrn
Stales, southwest and nnrtliv(it winds,
partly cloudy ami clear weather.
n.vsiirs ni:i!i: amtiiki:k.
The sun sets to-night at 4i!i!i ; rises to
inorrow morning at (i:80.
The Ladies Temperance Association will
meet in the rooms of the Young Men's
Christian Association, this Thursday after
noon at 3 o'clock.
Horace llwtcr, Teller in the liater Xa
tional Hank, letiirned from his western
trip last evening.
The students of C'apt. S. H. Kellcy's
military school appear upon our sheets in u
ueatand shining uniform dress.
Justice 11. W. Marshall is extending his
circuit holding courts in (liffcient parts of
the county. On Tuesday hu pre.-iiled at
two trials in Clarendon and on Wednesday
helda term of his couit In Mention in the
inorning and at C'lilttcnilen in the evening,
beside holding morning K'-slons ot the
criminal couit in Kiilland.
Col. ItoilUcld Pioctor, president of the
OHicers Hetinion society. Col. W (iYeazoy,
Maj. J A Salisbury, C.ipt. V. A Morse aiid ,
several others, left for Ilratlleboio on the
noon train yesterday, to attend the ic
umon. Hon. (ieo. II liigelow of the IHiilington
Free I'm, and Col. I. 12 ICnapp of the
Middlebury liegisttr, parsed through town
Yesterday on their way 1o the reunion at
Tin: Gi.oiir. establishment washonoied
ycslcnlny by a vi.-lt from Thomas Nasi.
Vermont is fully up to the times in the
selection of names for base hall clubs. In
the v.uious towns of Franklin county they
have the "Academics," "Actives," "I2ck
fords" and last of all, the "Gum Tickers."
The heicuies of llrmors on the pait of the
stale from depots and express olllees, do
not amount to a ureat deal the
verdict generally being in this form : "TI10
court ordered tlio liquor released to the
The scarlet fcyer and a peculiar thrn.it
disease is prevalent.
A Tribune correspondent thinks that the
prospects arc that 4,000 or (3,000 men will
bo thrown out of employment in tho city
of Troy this fall.
A little boy about eight years old, lead
ing a drunken father through Center street
was among the bights of yesterday evening.
Itev. Dr. Kltchell and wife of Middle
bury, will spend the winter in California.
The health of Dr. Kltchell, we are pleased
to learn. Is greatly improved.
The Ilurlington Free I'rew says : "I'iev.
Edward Mills, the eloquent pastor of the
ll.mtlst Church at Kutland.JolTcrs to deli-
yer a limited number of lectures during the
coming season. Mr. Mills spent the past
summer in Europe, and his lectures will
be mostly on tonics connected with his
Tho Troy Timet says that the pietttie of
the Embury monument in thocuricnt mini'
ber of J,trner'a Weekly h us unlike the
real monument as 11 hawk is unlike a hand
An Item U floating about our city ox
changes to the effect that thu salaiy of the
Governor of Vermont Is to be lalfed. Cer
tainly that question lias not been agitated
In this state, and Is not likely to be. Tiicie
ale too many men anxious to tako thooflku
at the present salary. So saystho lJuiliu:
ton Free Tw.
Tho Kufhind rallnaU coupons ot 7 per
cent equipment and U per cent (lint mortgage-
bonds, due November It, 137U, will
be paid at that date
Itev. i. O. Ware, pastor of tho Unitar
ian chinch at liurllngtou, dcllveicd a lee
turo last evening in Ihntoii on "A week In
Lovers of mackerel will rejoico to know
that tlieic Is 11 good supply of tliat tlsh in
maiket, thu prices being i!0 and SU cents 11
piece, according to size.
Tlio pi ieo of oysters has fallen 10 cents
Wool Is morn active in the English mar
ket. Tho Itutland lhruhl comments on tho
case noticed recently in tho I'w in which
an operation was necessitated by tho swal
lowing of 11 metal plate and false teetli by
11 West Trojan. Tho JfcraUl says it doesn't
understand how n man could swallow n
platu and wonders If Troy men do such
tl'lngs. Tills only displays tho Ignorance
of Vermont newspapers. If tho editor of
tlm Herald knew mivtliliU! ho would know
that Trojans never eat a meal without
swallowing tho plates. That's what makes
the crockery business of this city so Im
mensely heavy -Troy Vrc.
Tlic following cases have been trial the
present week before Justice B V M irsliil
Carrie Flanders, a young girl aged 18
years, mid a native of Moiitpelicr, wiw Ben.
tenced to the county jail for six mouths as
John Austin, for Intoxication, fine and
Hercules Ple.m for Intoxication. Fine
and costs, $13.01. Disclosed on C E
Stone who was fined 317.00. Appealed.
I. A Cl.ite.s, Intoxication. Fine and costs
William Whltcomb selling. Fine and
costs 8.37.50. Appealed.
Huttf.I! Maukht. Tlic St. Albans Ilut-
tcr market, on Tuesday, was quiet and
prices showed 110 paitlcnlr change from
last week The quotations are for com
mon to fair, 20 to S.ic j medium to good,
20 to 30o: choice, 30 to 31c ; selected 3."c.
Vwo or three s.ilc.i were made at higher
figures, hut they were for extra gilt edged.
SlIAW TllYIKCt TO Sl'AIIVB HlMsni.r.
Shaw, the condemned murderer, was taken
back to Ids old quarters lu the S dem jail
on Friday. It is said lie has refused to cat
or drink since ids return, mid that lie Is
evidently determined to cheat the gallows
by starving himself to death.
Oor.n Aoai.v. Samuel I'. Hrlggs of Dux-
bury Is the hippy possessor of an El Do.
r.ulo right on Ids farm. He lias struck
what .1 jeweller says j gold, and Is com-
foiled by an offer of $.1,000 for his place,
which Is an advance ol $1,000 over what
lie 1 reentry paid.
I'osr.u. C.viiih. Tlie post olllees of the
country have been supplied with their llr.sl
ordeis for postal cards. The future de
mand will lucliea'c the tegular amount used
by the public. It is the opinion of the
postal authorities that the demands for the
cards will continue, and that the public
will not cease to use them when they are
no longer a novel! v.
1!ei:ciiki:. Mr. Eeecher delivered a bril
liant lecture, Friday evening, in the Ply
mouth Church lecture room. In the
course of his discourse .Mr. IJeeclier became
visibly affected, and In soino parts, which
pointedly referred to the secret meeting
held by the Iruslees of Plymouth Church
to discuss the Tilton-Iiowen scandal, his
emotion was so great that he could hardly
proceed. The church was thronged, and
many of the audience wcie affected to
tears by Mr. lleechcr's emotion.
A H.wi Cask. A sad case of a young
married couple stricken down with typhoid
fever is related at I'oston. The wife was
llrst attacked and in cuing for her the bus-
band contracted the di-casu and soon died.
I'lieneHs was kept from the wife, who
seemed to lie recovering. One day, she
ked why her husband did not come to see
her, mid, 011 some excuse being given, she
said: "I know why he does not come;
ho is dead."' From that time she sank
rapidly, mid, nllhough eveiything wasdonc
that moital skill could, she soon pissed
lliniMci lol .is .oeilliioii of i!tirlinir-
The evening session began at 7:30 p.m.
Itev. Mr. Graham of Ihiilington being an
nounced to pieaeb, a large audience gather
ed. The devotional exercises were conduct
ed by Hev. T. C. Potter of Wlnooskl.
Mr. Graham stated his text 2 Tim., hi, Hi !
"All Scriptuio is profitable for doctrine."
The seimon was rather an essay on the sub
ject of "An apology for Creeds."
He said the Independent and Christian
Union were boldlv stated as miners which
aru doing great damage lu attcmntlni: to
decry creeds. "Ciedo" translated is "1
believe," and creeds uie what n man be
lieves. s.ome will publish their deeds ami
some do not. Some men's creeds ill e hob
bies, und they will let nny one n'de mid
teach them how to ride lis well. Certain
articles of creed aie often cast aside, as wo
cast off old ganneiits which wo have out
worn. Consistency or opinion is what 11
man does not hold nil bis life. Thcro Is
much complaint about tho "Tyranny of
Ciceds," theological creeds 111 e understood.
-Men Ueslie their own creeds, and religious
palters and ministers take part in this out
break with great Influence. Aie great
questions of truth to he open forever ?
Aro tliu creeds exercising tyranny when
thu liberty of thought is so complete as it Is
in our country, wncn anyiiimg can 110 be
lieved. Men are cumplaining against the
Inevitable, for It is because men think til T
fercutly tint wo have Jciceils. Another
feature- of tho cm rent complaint is that
men cannot belong to a sect without hold
ing the cicetl, but what is tills hut 11 man's
dc.-iro to propagate Ids own creed, and lie
would fin cu It upon nil men. It Is fashion
able lo doubt j young men doubt but they
iccover, mid it is folly to talk of the
tyranny of ciceds for it is the tyranny of
liutb. This ciy of tyranny comes lrom
men of science, cditois and lcporteis who
tlo not tmdeistand theology, mid who do
not know what they me titlklngabout. Hut
let tho cry go op, and it will only be a win.
ning process and the truth will leinaiu.
Tho association was called to order with
a good audience piescnt, at 0 o'clock, Hev.
J. II. Hunt! of Noilh Ferrlsbuigh, in tlie
chair. Devotional exeicises weie contin
ued for thirty minutes, mid then the com.
iniltee on organization of revival woik, re-
polled, namely, that tlie churches combines
in helping each other.
Tiiis provoked consiilciablo discussion
Hev. Mr. Austin was theonedlssenter, and
hi his Usual good humor sustained his posl
tion, which was Ilrit each minister should
chose his own work and woikcrs, and fin
ally tho whole thing was laid on tlie table
and the programme taken up.
"Continuous mental development, Kb Im
portance to the .Ministry."
Itev. C. II. Dunton of Dorset, the essay,
int. delivered 11 finished production, argulnj.
Ills clear points well. Tho thought product
iesullt. fiom analysis nnd Kynthelst. A
win Id of thought lint hand nnd step by
btep one advances, and should advanco
growing up into perfect. Knowledge
should know all departments of science, for
he is a tutor of nil men. Theie should be
continuous development until nil biblical
history, language and archeology is solid
matter In ids mind. Tlieiu me no halting
points. Ciltlcisms followed upon tho essay,
which proved that its matter and manner
was heartily cndoised by all present.
The next essay was the "Scope of the
Pulpit" by tlie Hev. E. N. Heaudry of
Slielhurn, who tieatcd his subject hi ex
ccllcnt style. Ho said his subject covered
all the powers of tho pulpit. The efforts of
tho .Minister has to do with tho Individual,
family, btato and tho woild. It bhould
take cognisance of all departments of
human society, all subjects of divine and
human thoughts, ull beings and creation as
Illustrated, and tho matter of tho universe
It Is object teaching. A Minister can only
teach ns far as he knows how to teach.
The whole work In the pulpit U not to con
vert 9ouh to God, he must provide the
meat for those who nre converted. The
paper waa interesting and caused some dis
cussion. Rev. Mr. Ingalls thought one expres
sion, viz 1 "The rude beginning of the
race," was a leaning toward Darwinism,
though lie had no doubt ho was mistaken,
and one critic endorsed the idea that the
Minister can only picach what he practises.
At this point tho meeting adjourned to
partake of reficslmients in the vestry,
wheie n bountiful collation had been pio
vlded by the ladies.
Ilcnllt nt Miniuol .11. Munition.
Tin: Gl.onB has given a notice of the
death of Samuel Moultou i.angdon.a son of
tho late Marcus G. imgdon, of Castlelon,
with the filial tributes which have been
paid to htm in the place of his birth,
where lie came wasted by disease to die
amid the memories mid scenes of childhood,
and at last to Ho beside Ids kindled. The
following graceful trilmletohls memory, Is
foun 1 In the llatlle ("reek daily Journal of
Saturday, October 2o, In which place he
spent his manhood years, Is another esti
mate of the high chaiactcr which he
The many friends and acquaintances of
Samuel M Eangdon, brotlui-in-law of Mr.
Henry T. Illuinaii, Esq.. and for firtcen
years a cleik in the stoie of 11. .11. & 11. T.
lllninaii, will icceive wllh saddened feel
ing the Intelligence of his death, which oc
curred last eiening at Caslleton, Veimonl.
Indications of declining health the icsiilt
of pulmonary affection had been cle.uly
marked for months ; but It was not until
last June that .Mr. Imgdon, despairing of
peiinanent lelief, gae lipids position here,
and leliinieil to his native ili.ige to close
his days. The annoiincenienl Hint Ids di
se.ie p! iced liim lnyond the ic.ich of hu
man help uatiiially occasioned :i shock of
siirpil'Cj but tills quickly pi-.-cd away,
and lie awaited, with christian serenity mid
composure the linn! hour, which came nt
the age of 33 veals mid 7 months.
.Mr. liiugilou possessed the Halts of
chancier which commended lilm.lo the
inlidence and c.sUcmof hlsacqimlntaines.
Modest, quiet anil retliing, lie was not
without those social (iiialilies mid genlle-
niinly instincts which made him at home
In the society of the lelincd mid intelligent.
lie had also tin: independence wlncli iccog-
nlzes the claims and accedes to the de
mands of whatever is rigid, and of moral
mil of good report in human coiidiicl. ic-
gaidlcss of tliu opinions of others. .Such
charactcis are always mi acquisition In
good society, and thelrieuiov.il flom the
sphcio in which they have been known
cannot lie contemplated without :i sense of
Itev. W. T. ltoss will picach 111 the L'ni-
versaliat church on Sunday, the 2nd of
November, nt 10 a.m., ami at 1 p.m. In
asmuch as this is ibe last appointment Mr.
Hoss will lie able to have at Wells cer
tainly for some time to come, he will de
liver a faiewell discourse in the afternoon.
I. . u. f.
Sli .1t!iiMirilLiii.12oses CI. Kojcs.
At a legular meeting of Nells Lodge No.
i, I. O. O. r..held on .Monday evening,
October 27lli, I ho follow lug resolutions wen;
WnuiiKis, An iiUwKo l'roMdonce lias, In tlm
administration ot lilsInsciutuMu wajs, inraov
1 from our innks, our Worthy Noble (Irand.
Moses (I. Noyes;
Tl.erriire JlemleeJ, That 111 tlio sudden and un
xpected tlleeaie of llrolher Nojes, this Lodjfu
lias sustained a vital loss a loss of nil active
brother, a faithful and enielenl onieer.
llemUed, That as much ns we deplore Ills loss
is a brother, wo leineiniior and respect his
memory and emulate- Ids Irtues.
Utmlml, That we kindly and fraternally ex
tend our tenderest sympathies to his very be
y.'Moi'cil, That a copy of lhe-o resolul Ions be
furnished to tho various newspapers of this
County for publication.
submittal In I'. L. ST.,
L. 11. linss, 1
. v. lioojinu, -Cununlltjo
a r. mums, j
Atltst: ('. 1', IlAKKIS,
To people in want of fall custom cloth-
Ing, wo would say, go to Allen Si Drew's,
27 Merchant's How. They haie a fust
class cutter fiom New Yoik, and have tlio
icputation of getting up flue work, and aro
putting pi ices veiy low.
A CaiId. In reply to many inquiiies on
the subject, 1 take this method of announc.
ing to lecture committees and others inter
ested, that I am arranging to deliver 11
limited number of lectures dining the com
ing winter, on any of tho follow lug sub-
1. "l rom Pans to l'omnei . or lit IV
days in Southern Europe."
"i'l'oin i.onilon 10 lidiniiurs, or six
weeks In Great Britain."
!. "The New and Old Worlds com-
pared, or lessons on my European trip."
1. icmperanco anil lcniii uisni in
,1. "Heroes ami Heroism.
For parliculais, addicss
Hi.v. E. M111.S,
dlwwit Itutland, Vt.
In Noitli Ilennlnclon. Oci.'-'s. bv Hev. roster
Henry, Win. .l.Tumbs to Miss KlUa lllnsulll,
both of North lleiiiiliiKten,
In Pennington, Oct. 28, Mis. Ilrln, wife or
Thomas Mcliaiilms, ai;ed 6.1 ears.
In Memphis, leun., t)el. 11, of yellow fuvcr.
cap'. II. u. Abbott, atfed u years, tJiinerly of
In west Haven, Aii'f. 17, Mrs. Subra Smith, In
IlioS'JIhjenrof her uge.
lu West Haven. Hont. 20. Mrs. Caroline Smith.
wife of lluraco S. Smith, need ci years.
or ALL KIN US,
KOI 11 BV
OI.Olli: PAPEK COMPANY.
?AA. AND WINTEIt THADE, 1873.
W. W. .Mi CAI.E
Would say to his numerous old customers, mid
tlio public generally, lhat ho is now opening
very llnobtock of WOOI.ILSS, nnd oilier piece
U'oods, adapted to tho season, of tho best qual
ity, which ho will make up to order In tlio most,
stylish, desirable and fashionable manner, nt
prices which will correspond Willi tlio times.
Customers leavlinr thelrorderHWIIh lilin need
have no sxruples In regard lo Keltlng their
clothes cut to nt nicely, ills lont' experience
warrants thai. Alterations, 0110 alter another,
are perplexing to a customer, and never bult
when done. Customers can avoid all such In
conveniences by caUlns at tliu old stand, o-
poslto tho Depot, and yet their garments cut
and mado ns thoy should bo; also, cutting
dono fi r oiliorj to mako up,
eCtWJtf W. YV, MCCALL.
Special to the Oloce.
Vermont Officers He-Union.
UiiATTl.nnono. Vt., Oct. 29.
The Vermont ollicers met this afternoon
for their tenth annual ro-tlnlon. Some
forty or Ilfly members were present, among
tlio most prominent of whom were General
Win. Wells, Gen. Stephen Thomas, Gen.
W. W. Henry, Colonels Vcazcy, Soaver,
Grout, Farnham, Benton, and others.
The business meeting was held at the
Town Haal at 4.30 o'clock p.m., President
Col. Hcdlield Proctor in the chair.
Tlie ollicers were elected for the ensuing
year ns follows s
President General W. W. Heniy.
Vice-Presidents Col. T. O. Seavcr,
dpt. J. W. Newton.
Ticasmcr Gen. P. P. Pitkin.
Secretary Gen. J. S. Peck.
Chairman of Executive Com. Captain
Fred. E. Smith.
It was resolved to hold the next meeting
at Moiitpelicr during the session of the leg
islature of 1874.
At seven o'clock the annual oration was
delivered by .Maj J C Tyler ot Hraltlcboro.
an able, well written and spirited produc
tion, evoking much enthusiasm and ap
plause. The annual supper was served at the
llrooks House, at 8 p. in. Tlie bill of fare
was lavish and cl.1hnr.1tc and heaitlly en
joyed. After lis discussion toasts weie in
older mid icspondcd to by Hon. ('. V.
Wilhiid, Hon. L. P. Poland, E.x-Goveinor
llolbiook, Col. Veazey, Gen. Gioilt and
olhcip. Tills enjoyable poitlon oftbeie
union cM'icisc.i concluded ateleven o'clock.
Many of the ollicers icinalned over night
and the stem: at the Brooks House at this
time is one of'hilaiity and general enjoy
ment. Special to tho (llobe.
Iiuiiiiiglon Mlnlsteiial Association.
Vckoksscs, Oct. 29.
At 2J o'clock the Association ic-assem-lilcd.
Tlie first subject discussed was "Is It
potsibio for a Methodist pieaclier to keep
the Methodist discipline." The discussion
was opened by Hev. Mr. liond, who, In a
very pleasant manner, lef erred to the para
graph in tlie discipline which spoke of
food, and thought all thoc who p.nlook of
the dinner In the vestry violated lhatiule.
He pointed out ccilaiu rcqiiiicnionts which
it was, In these days, impossible to keep,
yet it was necessary to liaie a standaul,
though nil rules would not apply to ail
men. The next speaker was Itev. .Mr.
Foster, Sen., who thought tlieic may be
points which am dilllciilt to keep, yet
thought it possible. Other ciltlcisms
were made by Rev. Messrs. Austin. Por
tor, and others.
For tin: llrst time- dining tlie meeting
Ifev. Mr. Gregg nnd Hev. .Mr. llulburd
weie present, and tho latter gentleman en-
teied into tlie tli-ciissioii which wa? long
The next question was taken up, viz.,
Is I lie day of miracles past '! " The dis
cussion was commenced by Hev. Mr. Chase
of Pauton, who declined Hie day of mini,
cles was not past, and cited strong examples
In suppoit of his theory.
licv. J I Austin of Mouktim, held to
tho same doctrlno and also substantiated
his belief by well known examples. A
sketch ofafcrmmi waspiescntcd by W W
Foster of Pillslord.
Tho next place of meeting was llxed at
Itutland, In February, 1871.
The evening session was adjourned for a
temperance meeting in School House Hall,
it H o'clock, to lie addressed by some of
the ministers of tho association and Mr.
Grogan. Exhortations were made that
theie lie a full attendance. Tlie meeting
was considered one of tlio most bcncHelal,
pi opcrous and encouraging. All enjoyed
Tho minutes weio then lead and after
prayer by Itev. D P Hiirlburd, singing of
the doxology and benediction by Hev. Mr.
Chae, tlio session closed.
Speel.il to tho Itutlanil Olobe.
liL'lil.lMITOX, Oct. 29.
It is rumored hcio this afternoon that
the money stolen fiom the e.xpiess messen
ger Koekwood has been leluined. Several
singular chcinnstances me connected with
tlie affair which point directly to tho mes
sengers being implicated. It is ceitatn that
the Express Co. have leceivcd the full
amount of money lost, Capt. Virgil left
home to-day, evidently satisfied with hav.
ing recovered the money.
Intelligence- has been receivid here of the
death of Dr. Horace Hatch, a former well
known physician of this city, he was the
father-in-law of Hon. E. 12. Cliltteiidcu of
of New York. T,
Special to tho llloue.
" Uilipiis Temperance- .Meeting.
Vr.naKN.Nus, Oct. 29.
A largo company gatheied lu tlie School
house hall at 7.30 p. 111., to participate in
tliu temperance meeting, and the Minis
teriid Association adjourned their evening
session to attend thu exercises.
Mr. Johnson, editor of tho Vcrinontor,
was ducted chairman, and F K Haven Sec
ictary. Singing by tlio scholars of tlio
graded school was 111 st on tlio programme.
An addrcssu followed by Hev. Mr. Itoud
of N01 tli Ferrlsbuigh. Ho said tho ques
tion of the day in tlds statu was tho en
forcement of tliu law. The next speaker
was Hev. Mr. Ingalls of Hraudon, who
thought they had as strong a drink here as
tho ginger pop they had In Brandon. Rey
.Mr- Meeker of Sllddlebury, followed with
11 stirring appeal to temperance men to
work, and thinking men to stop drinking.
American was then sun; by the school
and audience, after which Mr. Grogan wai
called and lu lib U9ual style intcicsted all.
Hcvs. Mr. Austin, Bcattdry and Foster, Jr.,
were announced to speak, but the late hour
debarred them. W.
THE PAYMENT OF SILVEIt C0I.V.
Slatcmcnt of the Director of the Mint.
Wabminotos, Oct. 29.
As thcro appears to bo some mlsappie
licusluu on tlie part of the public, in lc
latlon to the purpose of the government lu
paying out silver coin, tlie following ex
planation has been furnished by the dhec
tor of tlie mint : In this, as in other coun
tries where gold is the sole standard or
measure of value, silver coins aie over
valued for the pui pose of lendeilng tliem
Ine.xpoitablc. They me mauufaclilied mid
issued 011 government account, tlie law,
however, placing tliicctly or ludhectlya
limit on the Issue to pieient ledtmdaucy.
If Issued, the leturnsof specie payment
beyond the rcquliement of tliu public for
change, such cuiu will not maintain their
purchasing power with standard coins ow
ing to various causes in this and other
countries. Silver lias declined in value to n
point at which the government can pur
chase it witli gold and iii'imifactuio It into
small coin and pay It out at a fair piollt.
The government his leccntly puicliased 11
quantity of sliver bullion sulllelent for Its
purposes at 112 cents per standard ounce,
and will manufacture It Into coin at tlie
llxed legal rate of 124 1-10 cents per ounce.
The difference between purchasing nnd the
Issuing rati! being within a fraction of 12
cents pel ounce or about 10) per cent on
gold coin pild lu purchase.
This operation is believed to lie u more
profitable one for the treasury an 1 also
more advantageous to the public in the
piesent condition of thu money market
thin the srle of gold for legal tender notes,
and is not a scheme for the icsuniption of
specie payments hut simply in compliance
with the mint loans. A dollar In United
Stales cuirency will piiieha-e little nioio
gold In the market th 111 a dollar of small
silver coins Doll.ns will Iherefoie soon
Itud their level and unless theio be a lKc in
both tlie prices of gold and silver, small
coins must circulate cuncnlly with paper
money. The Government has, in tlie pos
session of tlie Assistant Treasurers about
ioOO.OOO in silver coin, and at the mints and
assay olllees, in silver bullion anil coin
about $2,000,000 which is ample for the
present. This mode of paying out silver
coin will be continued until chcumstances
sh ill dictate a contrary course as proper
The government will exact the full seign
iorage lequired by law, but will not under
take to control the disposition of coin after
it is j) lid out. The coin w ill then become
the pioperly of holders, who may do
what Ihey please with It. This course was
not decided upon until it had been fully
considered by the secretary of the treasuiy.
The Stokes (,';isp.
Ni:w Yor.K, Oct. 20.
In the Stokes case distiict attorney
Phelps continued his argument to-day, as
serting that It was absiutl for Stokes to
claim fear of Fisk, that the latter, what
ever ie he might have bejn, was not
a man of xiolencc. He further argued
that tin: whole testimony of Hecorder
Hnckett and other witnesses conclusively
proved the pilsoner was watching and wait
ing for Ids victim. He contioi cited the ni
gumcnts of Tiemiin, diuwn fiom tlie
character and position of the wound, and
tluew doubt upon tliu statements of thu
Judge Davis' charge tennliiated at 1:15
p. m having Iated exactly three hours.
Mr. Ticiualne then took special exicp-
tions to his honoi's condemnation of what
is called emotion il insanity.
Judge Davis said ho Used the very lang
uage of ibe Couit of Appeals,
Mr. Tremiliie said lie objected lo the e.x-
pression that the evidence of Insanity wan
very meagic and asketl to have thu ques
tion submitted to the jury.
Judge Davis said he had submitted it to
them within the law.
Mr. Trcui'ihic also look exception to the
remaik tliat insiniiy as a rule Involves de
lusion, and that the pi boner's ideas Fceined
to have been based upon icalily, and lo his
laying tliat other holes In the cloak besides
tlie four in the lire 1st weie not pailicululy
material as it was not claimed tint the
fatal wound was made through any of
hluliCH Sunlciicetl tor E'our Yunrs
Willi lllird l.llliur !
After Mr. Tremalne's exceptions the
case was given to tlie jury nt lO.'J.I. The
juiy sent for Judge Davis and asked for a
detailed definition of tlie various degrees of
ciime In taking human life, after icceiving
which Ihey again ictiied.
Later the jury letiirned a verdict of
nianslajgliter lu the third degiee and
Stokes was sentenced to four yens In the
Stale piison at haul labor.
Attacked by a Mob.
HiciiMoxii, Ind., Oct. 29.
A moli of disguised men, 1011 strong, nt
tacded 11 parly of seven depulys guaiding
the jail at Ceutreville in lids county, which
workmen urn tenting down preparatniy to
moving to tlie new county teat. After
llrlngone hundred sbols lrom small arms,
without any seiloiis icsiilts, a six-pound
cannon, loaded with spike mills and scrap
Iron, was fired. Tlio doors of which being
demolished tho mob occupied tlio jail and
the deputies Miriendcicd conditionally.
Thirty men occupy the jail to-night and
uuothcr attack by a largo party from Cam
bridge witli cannon is expected.
Hichmond is ulso tliicateued with an at
tack for tho purpose of taking tlio county
records back lo Ceutreville. One hundred
armed men with the cannon used by and
captured from tlie mob at CeutievHIe 1110
lieru nwalllng the sheilll's oiilers. 'Hie
affair grew out of thu removal of the
county seat fiom Ccntievlllo to Itkimiond
which Is resisted by the peoplu ot thu lor.
New Yoiik, Oct. 29,
Snow three Inches deep Is reported from
Colllngwood. Ontario : six Inches at Eon
don and seven Inches at Drenvllle, and
From 'cvr York.
New Yoiik, Oct. 23.
Ex-Prcsldent Johnson was announced to
speak to-night at Tammany Hall, but is
slcl: and will not appear.
THE Ol'.tSXStt. ESTATE.
It Is now thought tho Grinncll estate
will be taken out of bankruptcy by settle
ment outiklc the couit.
THE CASE OF lAIXTOIt.
The case of Tain tor, tlie bauk defaulter,
has been given to tlio jury. Thu judge
charged lliem lo bring lu a verdict of
KPISCOPAl. IIOAP.D OF MISSIONS.
At to-day's session of the Protestant
Episcopal boaid of missions the resolution
legardlng Ibe appointment of seven now
bishops was discussed at length.
Tlie Delaware, I.acknwaima ami Wcs.
tern railroad sold 7o,000 tons of coal to
day, which sold very quickly, at a decline
on nil vaiietics except steamboat. Steam
boat 81.801.82 ; gratu S'j5.2 ; egg
$2.39r,.3.j i stove S3.-153.47$ j chest
The weather Is clear und cold. The wind
Is southwest, and theio wns a lluiry of
snow last night.
A 8MA1IT JCT.Ofi.
It Is charged tliat the eighth juror In the
Stokes ease has declared in public that
Stokes shall not suffer capital punish
ment. WON'T IIAVi: IT.
Daniel Toiience denies libit he ever owed
the Union Trust Company one cent, nnd
lhat tlie forty-seven thousand among tlie
list of overdiafts Isineoirect.
Ht lClllB ol' AN AUTHT.
Alois Molimer, an artist of i'estli, who
arrived on the steamer lthciii on the 21th,
shot himself dead at a hotel in Ilohokcn.
lie had 610,000 In money nnd ot'-er valua
bles. aim mo:,- inihuthd.
C.irlelon, tho missing secretary of tlio
Union Tiust Company, is lepoiled indicted
by the grand jury on a charge of forgery.
Cailelon is said to lie on his way to Eu
George Granger's extensive country resl.
deuce near Ilaltimoie binned last night,
wii 1. iiuiir lo-Moimow.
It Is stated tint Allen and Ilogan wll1
light to-morrow near St. I.ouis.
Theie was a heavy frost In Mobile this
ami nut Mr.Mi'iiis.
St. eonliibules 10 the Memphis suffciers
1 111: ri)i)i:i.'.oci; 'iniAt..
Full phononographie reports mo to be
made of the testimony in the Uddcrzook
tliat for the life of tliu lifu instiiance com
pilules Eight jurors have been secured,
including one negro.
A dilver named lilyler had his leg cut
olf, and two gills wilh him weie sevciely
injuicd this morning near Tienton. N J.,
Iiv a train running over their wagon.
10 m: iianokii.
Jacob Meeh da, convicto 1 of murdering
United State Deputy Marshal Stciensou
In Jersey City, was to-day sentenced to be
hanged Dec. fi.
l'rm.l.snr.s 'f UK NA.MIls,
The Tillies publishes the names of per
sons among w bom it alleges Thomas Fields
divided a portion of the plunder obtained
from his traiidulent New Yoik city lire
man act, passed at Albany In 1809 and
1j70. The Times piodiues copies of nine
checks payable to the older of Hitchm.m,
(ienet mid otlieis, drawn in Field's hand-
willing, June, 1S70. and iirguts lhat there
were shales paid from the booty to legis
lator for pushing tiie hills tluough.
ri!iM.'iis.ni.os in iiANKurcrcv.
Piocicdings have been begun to throw
into bankruptcy the linn of Dodge Sc Co.,
conspicuous in tlie lumber combination
which broke down last summer with paper
on the maiket said to amount to ten mil
Gen, Il.urisou of tlie money dcpaitment
of Ibe postolllce says the effects of tlie re
cent panic have increased the amount of
icinittanccs tluough Ibe money older sys
tem fiom Iwcnty-llie to fifty per cent.
PKNNSVI.VANI.l Kill llOAIl LOAN.
Thorn v- Scott, who ins letiirned from
Euiopc, I'oiillrii fitlie icpott of ids having
effected a loan of ten million dollais for
thu Peiinsylvan'a mid. lie likewi.-e ef.
fectcd arrangements s 1 tint woik will not
have to lie suspended on the Texas Pacific
civiom uocsE snzrnn.
Five eases of rich silk alpaca wcreselzcd
hy custom house olllei i s yesterday 011 board
the steamer Scotia. The uses weie entered
as liiitton-hole trimmings. The duly on
alpacas Is thirty-five per cent., while on
buttou-holu trimmings it is only ten per
Total exports of the week $0,401,431;
of which $993, tS." weie cotton, $2.i7.O10
wite.it and $790.12 com. Tlie ocean height
111 uket continues strong, lliillsli ste.iinsblp
lines icpoi ting nil loom for easly u-e on
giged, mid claiming higher rates for for
T1UAI. or ten is HANK uoiiiiuus.
The trial of the Cuban bank cleiks in
Ilrnoklyii on lite charge of sleiling over a
liuudiud thousand dollaiu wortli of scCl.i1
lies, was brought to an abiupt lei initiation
yesterday. After the testimony was all in
and the case given to tlio juiy, one of the
twelve Informed his as-ociatcs he could not
consent to any leidicl, mid when asked for
ills leason, said be hud not hcaid u word ot
tlie evidence, and that be was stone deaf,
A Tilbune special says, Comptroller
Hopkins succeeded In obtaining from Mr.
Gieeu, comptroller of New Y'oik, on ac
count of taxes duo from New Yoik county
on or befoio September 1st, SWO.OOO. He
borrowed of banks in New Y'ork $500,000,
nuil the remainder will bo drawn in equal
quantities from Albany und country canal
banks. Tlie whole amount of tax which
will lie duo to the slate of New Y'ork Dec.
1st, Is $3,400,165.77, In this Is included
tlio deficiency tax which tho legislature
authorized Oiccn to levy, but -which ho
holds to bo unconstitutional, and which ho
informed Hopkins ho should not ralso.
1 Deducting this leaves tho amount of money
to be raised from New York this year at
N. P. Hanks has been nominated Inde
pendent candidate for the state senate.
Three deaths from fever In Memphis to
day. THE OCTt.OOK Fon lYOflKMEN.
It Is evident tliat the financial disturb,
mice of the past month is likely to hringnu
the workmen of tlie city an unusual amount
of suffering during the present winter. A
general spirit of caution seems to have
taken possession of manufactureis. Many
factories nre run with diminished foice ,
others have ceased altogether. A number
of leaulngdry goods commission merchants
express Ineertalnty In regard to tlie fiitme
action of mills. A number of leading styles
of prints were reduced one cent per yard
yesterday j bleached and brown goods have
been leduced 5 to 10 per cent, within a few
MEvirms, Oct. 29.
Eleven deaths from yellow fever within
the twcuty.four bonis ending at noon to
day. Heavy frost last night aud Ice formed In
The Evening Ledger contains the follow
ing from Mayor Johnson :
"Telegrams and money lereived to day
from northern cities show as many receipts
of substantial aid aspieviously have showu
that in tho blessed spirit of charity theie is
no lino of distinction or separation in our
whole land, as fellow citizens of a gieat
country h iving Interests in common, we
aie one people mid lu sympathy as politic
ally are truly united.
(Sigmd ) John Jon x.sor, .Mayor.
New Yonic, Ocl. 29.
Accounts from Il diibridge, Georghi.con
tlnue unfavorable. A number of promi
nent citl.cns have died of the fever. If
the death rate Increases theiu will bo some
difficulty In burying tlie dead.
The Talnter Trial.
Nkw Yoisk, Oct. 29.
On the trial of 'fainter to-day foi em
bezzlement, while cashier of the Atlantic
hink, Judge llenedlel gale his advice nnd
decision on the point of law lalscd by the
counsel for the defence 1 lhat it was com
pelenl to produce eiidemc to slum that
T.ilnter aclel for the bank and with the
knowledge and consent of the pieident
aud dlicctors in 111 iking his stock specul
tions. After tlie Judge's decision for the
d.'fence he I'eciined to put in nny evidence
Judge Hencdiet then directed the rcnlicl
on tho evidence for tho prosecution and
andlhejuiy found Tainier guilty. His
counsel gave notice they would moye for
a new trial. He was then icmoved to jail
app.iiently quite di'pliited by the result.
Tlie New Ihiinswick Carpet Co. have
been adjudged bankrupt by tlio U. S. Dis
trict l ouit at Trenton.
Hy tlie Cable.
oi'F.n.i lioi-sB iiruNni).
P.ims, Oct. 23.
The old Pans opera house was entirely
destroyed by Hie this moining.
scnciv. roi: amkiuca.
I.ivkiu'ooi., Oct. 20.
One hundred and tweuty-live liu iisand
dollars In tpeciu was shipped for New
DKATII OF KING JOHN.
DliKsDE.N, Oct. 29.
Tlie death of King Jolm of Saxony, at
the loyal chateau at Iilluil, six miles
from tiiis city, was announced this morn
ing. I'ANIO IN VIENNA.
Vienna, Oct. 29.
There Is another panic on the boms in
this city. The government is endeavoring
to effect u scttleme.it of the financial ditli
QUEENsTOWN, Oct. 29.
Tlie steamship Parlhla fiom New York,
Soinil.isicioN, Oct. 29.
The Donii fiom New York aud Mo
zello from Aspinwall.
A LONDON roo.
EoNiioN, Oct. 29.
A fog more dense than that of yesterday
hangs over London to-day. Numerous
accidents have occuircd in the streets, and
at this hour, 12:30 p.m., locomotion is
HIU ASIIAMKE IVAl:.
London, Oft. 28. 5 11. m.
Gen. Sir G.urelt W0U1 ley, commander
of tlie Ashaulce expedition, tcok out in
structions to tlrst offer the Ashantccs peai e
I on Hie condition that they lay down their
amis and witlulraw trom tuo terriiory
under Hiitlsh piotection.
A Staiillng Humor.
New York, Oct
Culisiilciid le c.xcltcn cnt is occiuion d in
financial elides this forenoon by reports
fiom Proiideme, published ill till Hie mm n
mgpipeis, to the effect that lloyt, spugue
A; Co. might lie compelled to su-pend to
day ; thiu their liabilities aie ?1 l.OOJ.000
nnd their assets but b dt th it am urn
Stocks declined one- per cent, bu hue
sincu iccovered. u title it has been know 11
for soinu days that owing lo liu inone.i
striiigencv this Arm weie s..mtw li it pivssi d
for funds and In me I considerable a. u mms
ot another Privldenee linn, tlie lep iri
tliat Iloyt, Siir.igue & Co. will be com
pelted to suspend eicn temporarily aiu not
credited In re.
CONTllAIlIOl'ION SCCOXD lUSlMlt'll.
lloyt, Sprague it Co. of tills city state
lli.il the Pioudcuio house ol A. A; M
Spraguu liaic not suspended, mid deny that
nny meeting tit it neditms was Itelil.
committee of tho Pro idenco bulks ill
their gencial examination of affairs ui
buslnc-s houses examined the accounts of
A & W Sprague, showing their assets to lie
at a very low estimate over $14,0JO,O0J,
their liabilities being only $7,20O,U0U 1 1"'
linn are meeting their demand, as usual,
and 110 suspension is anticipated, Tt.e
house lu tills city, lloyt, Spi ague & Co.,
have not, as win rumored, suspended, and
are paying all demands on lliem. Tlio
firm say lhat tlio special to tlio Herald
from Providence Is lucorrect lu Its state
incut of the affairs of A Si W. Sprague In
TP HID UlSl'ATCll.
President Morrison of tlie Manhattan
bank, 0110 of the banks through which the
firm of lloyt, Spraguo & Co. does buslussa
itatci that he received ti letter iroin iir,
Iloyt this morning saying h's lirtie K rot
In nny emtimrasstni'ii'. and Unit h's b n U
paying nil the firm's paper ns un I-a
j'ouisc which wool I be continued idjnr
less of stoiies published.
New YonK. Oct. Sn.
George Williams, one of the gang of a
bind of foigeis, u portion of which bus
bceiinrrcslou, was .eulenctd to Ne.v Jer
sey Stale prison for ten years, for forging
n check for SJ09 on the Morrlstown tunic,
Wasmixoion, Oct. 2s.
The United States marshal of t e I.as'
crn distiict of Texas, lepnrts lo .'.ttoii.iy
General Williams tliat two colored men
mined Wiiglit, both brothels, vw brut 1
ly inuidered by a gang of white despera
does, headed by a man named Hoan, wli i
infest the line or the Galveston, Ilarrisl uif
and S 111 Antonio r.illioad. Further tioatje
with the same gang is anticipated.
the fimnkino rmvii.nni:.
A dispatch s -ys some substitute for tlio
franking privilege will probably be adopt
ed by Cong, ess at the coining session. It
is suggested tliat a law bo pnssc I proiidln
for tlie npp ilntiuent or an olii : 1 stampu g
ofilcer, wlin sh II give I, . , ,
authorized to frank only p il, 1 mailer.
'I lie Modoc C'ap'lves.
Nr.w Y01 k
The Modoc eaptiw-i .uiie
Wyoming Icriilmy. yi slop . .
route for Foi I M . . 1 . n.
Will be qtl uied. ine el ,. ' 1
Hun hods of citizens w ic .it '
to see them.
Trampoi lalioii ('omi'''t.p.
Lu; I-' 11.1 1.. : ' 't .
Tlie 'en.ili.rinltriMsjiiiiii.il, ni
left foi St. Louis to '.i. I ; i u
s iti"fied 1 I the necessity fm . 11 .
Irol of toe O.iio Fill-, i.u; d . 1 io,,
ing the ivu igntion of 1 1n- 1 mi
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Tlie us i office n cell."! 1 1
llnrrspe, n to-rtij.
Total (l.si)nrs mi'iifs oa . 1
Sliver disbars, inu.ts l lu t.,
Sjtalc bonds quiet,
(lovernineiits weak ami lov. e
nowsfrum abi'i a 1 with I.T-e 1 u icsh 1.
.s oeks Inejfular thr turnout iln tlj: , . ,
rally weak ut ail-cilu- if .!!.. I,, n
transactions in VanileiMlt's, I,, . k i 11 -I
Wabash aud IVe.-t 111 1 nlun ai M',.. f,.'
Lake snoiu at M.-.iC", ; New V rl. c.-n1
MJiSW'i! t l'uul "t 25.S-0 . ; oilier ill.' ,
Whcro blanks oeo ir liter, w 1 ti 1 l,ui
i he folluwlii0' 1110 the elos:ijt- 1.( .,u..n-
I', s. lis 'SI rcr ....111 v CI 've. hi I. 1 1 1 1.
Si. ih 6i coupon. II h'l
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I'urrenej tis loji, ,011.1 a, 1 Aa.ai
ueiawuie anil uu't- 11 1, (ir 11- 1.
son Canal 101 .11 no X MissHsin; 1.
latiios;i Ili-'l.,l..itk. .v it est .
di nref II isl.m. Ii.atiui'.i i
Cautin r.2s. hti. . .
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If. Il'lll l'ai 'lie.
Ad.iin.s llxtii'i'M. . 7"v Tu .01-. ti-..
W.-lls, Karuo A Co. V.ii do. i,e,.
A aerleait M.L'.Kx- Vlr.t.: '
press Vt I u . 'tew
United Pltales Kx. .Mis-., ui'l n- .
press r.l I.MIss . .
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All. Ii. 1! S3 z La. da
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So iii4!Noi tli Carolina
Illinois central.... 110
Cleveland A l'lttd-
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torll I'roililt'C AliirKel.
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