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WMDNFSDAY, NOVF.MHFlt 5, 1870.
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" Ilurlliigton l:w .VlDMn.in., HI.W A 17.01
" roil llpniy, 'll:3ia. in mul 7:00 p. in.
" lloimlnifton, 112:m p. in., tsso .v Mo 01 p.
" Mnrntogn, "thinn. m., MM p.m.
" s.iloni, l!4(i & tsso n. in., 13:iu a l:M. p. in.
T1UISS I.KIVK HOTMNIi.
I'or Hollows l'ulll, li:C0A.14:Mn.ln.l
" Hurllnirton.lils.V.t.VKm. hi., '4:8'i ,v tan:
" Port Henry, MO n. m. ninl r.:03 p. in.
" lleniilngton, !3:iK) s '11:1111 n. In., .v 12:1'. p. in,
suiutlosrn, r.:oo n. m., k n:i" p. in.
M.ilotn, l:in A 19:00 a. m., 'I:oo A ir.:im ii. in.
Alnl Truth tMlxeil.
Ilailcm i:teiislon way, s.15 a. m.. ami 2.t p. in.
Hnsteni nay, ll.wn. m
Troy way, 12. 10 i. in.
i inv, 12.40 p. in., s.i'1 p. m ami n.3o p. in.
Albany, 12.10 p. in., 2.10 p. in., ninl wio p. in
Huston, 11. in a. in., ami ii.su p. in.
l atia.l.is 1.15 P. m.
Northern liny, s.no p. in.
lMrllnirloti, 2.I1H p. in. mi'l lUii p. m.
s.ir.itoL.i way, 2.10 p. m.
,v v Yml., 2. i'i p. in. ami fl.so p. in.
i i m i ll' iii iiiut way, .30 p. in.
U o.iiMiM'k w ny, sua','. ) l.on p. in.
('huionilcn, (Tue"ila,vs ami s.iiur l.,vi;.i p. in.
Si. kti liH'- (stage), !:"" p. in.
Ilnrli'in Hxtenslnn wav, lo.o:. p. in
L.lStorll VVllV, 2.20 p. 111.
Trov Win, 4.M p. m.
Trin, I. I i a. in., ll.tr n. in. ninl l..'. p. m
Alliain, 11.45 a. in., I.MI iimlo.Hi p. in.
Ho .Kill, 1.40 II. 111. anil 8.JO p. in
( .mnil.is, 12.40 n. In.
Noil horn way, 11.34 a. in.
Hurllnxtini, 12.40 mul a. In.
sarutnsni way, 11.4.'. a. in.
New V nrk, 11.45 a. m. unit -LMi P. m.
i iimirollcnt lllvor way, s. ir. li. m.
Woodstock way, (stage) 11.5". 'i. in.
Chlttr-mlcn, (TucsitaysniulHattml iyi) ln.no a.iu.
.stocklirliljo (stage), 12:30 p. m,
J EMails will bo promptly closed nl Ino snocl
Pceil hour: all letters deposited In thi' street
boxes will bi' collected at s.-i.i ami ll.ii0n.ni.,
12.10, 1.30, 2.20 mul last collection lor nil night
malts, nt 9.00 p. in. All letters deposited In tho
Letter Hov at III-' Iiepol will be collected by
Home Agents live minutes previous In tlm lie.
pari lire uteach mall train
DAsnr.s iikhi: and Tin:r,i:.
Tlio sun sets to-night nt -Is 111 j rises to
morrow morning at (i:!!0.
lln'.land Lodge of Good Templars meet
this evening lit 7 o'cloel;, nt Odd Fellows
Hall, fiMiiiK block.
To-mm row veiling Hie Teniple Quar
tette give ii conceit nl the Opoin House,
ami our inusio-loving citizens are on the
qui rift over the event. The il:iilcttc cm
hraces among its fine male voices that of
Mr. W II Fcssendcn. the well-known tenor
anil Is assisted by Mrs. II M Smith, who is
si great favoiite in Yciiuont, mid other good
imisic.il talent. This concert cannot fail to
please nil and to satisfy the most faslidi.
The Muck ltivcr dramatic association at
Ludlow commence their two night's engage
ment at Hammond Hall, in that village
this evening. The play for 1 his evening Is
"The Drunkard." with the farce or "A
rhenonienon in a Smock Frock." The en
tcitainnicnt will, undoubtedly, be of gtcal
interest, and receive liberal patronage.
The Howe scales made by the Ilrandon
nianuf.utuiiiig company, took the first
premium for accurate weight, nt the
Georgia slate fair, held at Macon, last
Henry Williams, the new bather at the
liardwell limine, fomicilyof Hie Ilquinox
IIoiw, is the person who challenged Hich
ard I Iillinnii ol Albany, last Augu-t, for a
contest nt hair cutting, and keeps up his
lepiitalion as a hair cutter and barber In
The Middlebury JliginUr s
the supper exercises" at
ollleers' reunion, "tho-e
'tripped the light fantastic'
content." Where? When
ays that "after
to their hearts
Lxcelslor Diaries, llio best in maiket, of
all size, and styles, can be found at Spaul
illng & Co.'.s bookstore, at low pi Ices.
A clergyman, in a recent sermon, de
nouncing Sunday trains to and Ironi heie,
declined that "the whistling of the engine
snorted dellance In the face of beayen."
Nearly all of the first-class business es
tablishments of Troy now send drummcis
to the depot daily, on the arrival of trains,
to pick uji customers.
The county and slate Hems will be found
on the flist page Ibis morning.
.1. M. Poland, or the Montpelier 'tMi
'inttn. writes us Hint his connection with
tho "granges" is biniply an honorary Invi
tation from its head center, Llien Thomp
son, to join them, which ho has not yet ac
cepted tmd probably will not. So we shall
not after all have the pleasure of addiess
Iiig our genial brother editor when we next
meet as " Fanner I'oland." llurlinijtun
Fnc J 'reus.
The continued blowing ol n new steam
whistle at the marble mill in Burlington,
about noon on Sunday, cicated ti false
alarm of (lie causing the llicmcn and citi
zens to turn out.
A rumor Is in circulation that rum near
the banks of Lake Chaniplaln and Otter
Creek is split by the barrel by Ferrisburgh
The ".Mystery ot Ldwln Drood," com
posed by tho spirit pen ot Charles Dick
ens, for sale ut Spuuldlngifc C'o.'s bookstore,
No. 1 Merchants' How.
There is said to be an organized band of
Villainous burglars at present operating up
aud down the banks of Lake Chainplaln.
Hon. John (iregory Smith was In town
A .Minnesota jury has decided Sunday
shaving to be a necessity.
The steamer A. Williams, on Monday
next, commences regular trips between liur
lliigton and l'laltsburgli, leaving Hurling
ton on tho nriival of the lliilland Irain
0:110 a. in.
Mrs. Henry. I. Itivymond, a daughter of
tho late. I. W. Weaver, K(., of Wluooskl
Falls, Is living nluoad, and Is (pending her
fortune with a liberal hand. Sho lecently
gave two hundred and 11 fly dollars lo the
American school In Home, and nt the sanio
time her two young daughters iiiiule hand
A llch entertainment at tho Itutlaud
Opera House, Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings, Nov. 18th and t Dili. Sen adver
The gale of Monday nt Ilurlliigton was
very Revere, and hi tho afternoon the lake
was whlto with caps. Two tugautnilc
out on tho lake and were obliged lo return
yesterday Itev. L. O. llrustow wus Install
cd as pastor of the White Slieet Congre
gatlonal Church, Iluiilnglon. Itev, J
Gibson .Johnson of Itutlaud dcltveicd tho
charge to tho people.
Tho mills of the various lumber concerns
nt Ilurlliigton aio now running on three
quarters time. This u not an unusual stcji
for It has been their practice in two or
Thconlyloc.il Item of lnlciest that the
New London, Conn., paper could get hold
of the oilier day was contributed by nn lr.
i liable mule that got into a low with mid
demolished an Inoffensive wheelbarrow
that had In some way Incuired his dlsplcas
A colemporary notices the prevalence of
the new fashion of ladles ill ess the Kllzn.
belli nilT In our churches, last Sab
bath, but fails to nolo nil Item In con
iicclloii therewith. A laly wearing mi
elaborate r.liznbcth ruff, black silk", lined
with nky-bluc eat In, wore dhcctly under
the chin n small paper, on which was
marked the price, $1.23. The unconscious
wearer was somewhat dashed at the dis
covery. The Central House is now open on the
American and Kuropc.ni plans. A new ad
voillscinent In today's Gl.ouii explains it
It was just :i hundred yens Thursday
since licy. .lohn Murray preached the lit st
Unlvcrsnllst sermon In liostou, in n fac
tory, u large building opposite the site
where the 1'aik Slieet Church now stands.
The two largest letall dry goods estab
lishments In Moston, icport that their sales
during the month of October have equalled
the trade of the same month last year,
which was an unusually good one Things
are looking better In ictall business click's.
A clear-headed eonlenipornry thinks
every boy should he Instructed In the use
of his lists, because when ho glows tip it
will enable him to subline rulllans. Theie
Is another reason; it will enable him, in
case of need, to set up as a rullian, willi
less danger of 'being himself subdued
Last week 10,000 pounds of wool was
sold III Westminister for fnrty-llvo cents
At n Hireling of the stockholders of the
Troy Union lialhoad Company, held on
-Monday, the following directors weie
elccled'i Wm. 11. Vandciblll, .1. II. Wll-
ll.ml, II. H. Morgan, F. I). Woiccsler, S.
Vail, 11. Mirier, I). Thomas Vail, C. I..
racy, Daniel Itobinson, G. II. Cramer,
icorge li. Waircn, Isaac V. linker. In
spectors of Election : Lyman Itemictt,
Win. (luiley. T. W. Lockwood.
Another letter on railway Heights on the
An Interesting sketch of the Catholic
'air al North Menninglnn will be found on
the (list page.
Vermont news on the fourth page.
A young man telling an Improbable
sloiy in court yesterday .lustice .Mar
shall put him in pickle, and at night he
was pickled and came down.
James Doughcily, the switchman at the
south end of the depot yard, while coup
ling cars, last evening, cnuglit his right arm
between the coupling in such a manner as
to break it above the elbow. Doughcily
as been n good and faithful man at Ills
conespodent of the Tioy Times an
nounces that one of Ihebeaiersat Ileenan's
funeral, on Sunday, was relieved of his
gold watch, at the cemetery, while the re-
mains were being deposited in the grave.
Head notice of Mrs. Livenuoie's lecture
on the lllh, in another column.
On yesterday niornhu:, about 0 o'clock,
Ibe boiler on the steam shovel train on the
Hailem Intension railroad, burst while at
Sliaftsbury, killing Samuel lirown, the
man who worked the shovel, and
lames lirown, the engineer, his brother,
and Jtobeit Saraway, were (pilte badly
scalded, all of Chatham, N. Y. The boiler
was thrown nearly a (jiiaiter of a mile.
This shovel has been u-cd by the rail
road company about three years, and was
considered perfectly safe. No oaue has
et been assigned for the disaster, and the
engineer, who was considered a conipc.
tcnl man, and who was one of the injured,
repoits that he had on only sixly pounds of
steam and two gauges of water. Superin
tendent White and trainmaster liennctt
reached the place as soon as possible, and
did all that they could for those who weie
1 Siicf'usf ill Surgical Operation.
A very successful surgical operation up
on the person of Hon, .lohn It. Gates of
this place was made to-day, by Dr. Mc
Lean of Troy, N. V., aslstcd by Dr.
ltobeits of Albany, Drs. 12. N. S. Morgan,
F. Dennett and II. .1. Fritter of this
place, aud which was also witnessed by all
of our resident physicians. A sou cancer
of thirty years standing and which for the
post year had been quite troublesome was
removed from the side of Ids face.
The patient was put under the Influence
if chlorofoim, and during tho operation,
which took about twenty minutes, it was
necessary to take out the sub-inaxll.iry
gland. Also to tie several of the most !m
portant niteries. During the operation the
patient experienced no pain whatever. Mr.
Gates has consulted many distinguished
surgeons and physicians, but nono of them
gave him much encouragement, and his
many friends will he pleased to learn that
he is now doing well, and under the care
of Drs, Morgan and liennctt bis speedy le
eovery is hoped for. II.
Iieniilngton, Nov. !, 1873.
Ilrnoi.Aiiv at Fi.ATTsuunrW. On Sun
day morning last, about two o'clock, the
store of I. Ilelss in I'lattsburgh, was en
tcred by burglars In search of booty. 1 hey
had filled several largo satchels with wear.
lug uppaicl, when they wcro surprised by
tho night watchman, accompanied by the
sheriff nnd posse, who Inylled them to sur
render Tho burglars fled through the
windows into tho back yard, leaving their
goods behind them. Ono chap who was
Just trying on n new pair of bools, left his
old pair behind and tho new ones too, nnd
leaping tho fence disappeared, unmindful
ol thu bullets that whistled after hhn. The
ollleers soon found one of tho burglars
hccietcd In n dry goods box nnd an offer of
20 ahead was iimdoby the sheilff for the
remainder of tho crew. At about six
o'clock that morning a man camo Into tho
Cumhciland House, sblvcilng from the
cold, with hay eccd In his hair, nnd was
uriestcd on suspicion. Two others wcro
brought In during tho day, and Into In thu
evening the bootless chap was also found,
.Mr. Ilelss thinks nothing is missing from
tho store, nnd It Is hoped a nest of burglars
has been broken up.
A Hiioukino Affaiii. Tho bodies of
two children of Charles Jerome of Green
bush, N. Y., which hud been laid out for
biiilal, weie badly burned Friday night,
Ono of tho candles that had been placed
near tho couch on which the bodies lay,
by soino iiieaus, was upset, setting flru to
tho bed clothes.
CiiesiiiI'.ii ltAti.iEo.vi. -- Arrangcmcnti
have been made with the Cheshire railroad
by which the Worcester and Oarduer ami
theWme lilvcr railroads wlll niu trains
over that road this winter. The railroad
commissions have decided not to allow
thcni to cross the Cheshire road at grade at
A Ci;i:ioi's Tkaiie. Deacon lialph I'cl-
ton of East Hampton, Conn., caught eight
rattlesnakes, the other day, on a mouniaiii.
lie sells the skins to bo worn about the
bodies of lhcuniatle persons, who believe
they tend to ward off the disease, which la
poor business for u deacon to be in.
An Aqkii Man'. Mr. Lllliu Kmcrson, the
oldest person In Leicester, Mass., died on
Filday nt the residence of his son-ln-l'iw,
Dr. li rlint, nt the great age of 103 yeais
and three months. His body will be taken
to Norwich, Vt., for burial.
MAXi'F.vcTur.ES. It is estimated that
Maine has now six thousand lnanufacto
lies. L'ivlni: employment to over folly
tliousnud persons, tho nggrcgato products
amounting lo over eighty millions dollars.
Since 1850 the state has more than trebled
the number of her manufacturing estab
lishments. As Onn Ax.NivinwAiiv. Mr. and .Mis.
Samuel llowen of ISelhel, Wind-or counlj,
elebrated the sixly-nlnlh anuiversnry of
their wedding last Thursday night. Tho
slxty-iilnlh anniversary is an odd one to
celebrate, but Mr. linwcn Is over ninety,
nnd considering Ihal life Is sbnit al best,
didn't dare rNk It another year.
Hoissi: and Ilroov Stoles.--Mr. Drow-
nell of Colchester had his horse and buggy,
cnon-sk'm robe aud horse blanket, stolen at
tho Centre in that town, Monday evening,
while hitched at Day's store. No clue to
the propei ty has yet been found, although
the liuiliugloii police aulhoiities mo on
the aleit. The horse is described as being
of a chestnut color, white stripe In the
face, live years old, high hips, and thin in
Athimit to Urns' a Vii.lami:. Scotia,
Schenectady county, New York, lias Ik en
the scene of several incendiary flies within
the last month. The last one occuncd
Saturday night. The people have foimed
themselves Into n vigilance committee and
If the "bug" is caught we wouldn't give
much for his chance for a rope and a lice-
V Ciiriieii KvoirnMKXT. West Sand-
lko is cxcneil over a cliiueii uiincuiiy.
Kcv. .Mr. Codicil, pastor of the Lutheran
hiirch, charges four of its members with
neglect ol religious duly, in not unending
divine service, and seeks lo have llicni dis
missed. The charges have been prefcrieil
Indue form, and the accused me tube
lions. The IiIkIi niiceof hops for a
year or two past has stimulated the raising
of lliat article again. Many new fields
were started last year and old hop poles
weie brought from their resting places Ibis
siiriiiLr and made to do duty again. The
drought has lelaided the growth so far, bill
then1 Is time enough yd to get a good
A Di:aii I!i:at.- -It has leaked out that
Itev. Mr. Carghlll, while pastor of the
Unitarian church In Tiny, played Ibe con
fidence game on a number of members of
bis congregation. He boriowcd several
hundred dollars from a well known manu
facturer and qnilo a sum from a ltivcr
street merchant. Tho hitler placed such
implicit icliaiuc on his minister thai he
avo Carghill blank checks lo fill out and
SrnimM Dkatii. Lucius While, u well-
to-do farmer, lcsiding in Lssex, was taken
suddenly ill Friday noon, In the stoic of
JiipIcyA Holton, Chmch stiect, liurling-
ton, and was carried to the Stanton House,
a hero after suffering sevcio pain hi the
region ol the bowels, lor vvlilen lucre
seemed lo lie no lclicf, he died Saturday
night about 11 o'clock. A v"t mortem dis-
losed the cause of his fatal Illness as ul
ceration and perforation of tho intestines,
an unusual disease. His age was fifty-live
Ci'.xiknauian'. Simon Dell, of Mor-
risville, was permitted to enjoy his one
hundredth birthday, October S8lh, 187Ii,
In good health and lemaikable slieugth.
Mr. Dell Is well and hearty, and would be
out upon the sttcet every day, but for the
loss of his sight. He has been of late u
great reader and it is supposed he Injured
bis eyes by so continuous a perusal of
books and paper, that ho brought on an In
flammation upon his eyes which de.-lioycd
his sight In his ninety-eighth year. .Mr.
Dell was flvo years In the French service
under tho first Napoleon, and was In the
battle of Waterloo.
A Successful Ciikuic Svviniu.ei!. Tho
readers of Tin: Gi.om: remember how a
man named liennet was foiled In nn at
tempt to swindle a Glens Fulls furniture
dealer by a check on n Hartford, Conn.,
bank. The b.une chap succeeded in get
ting a check for 10.1 cashed nt Sandy Kill
bank. Ho pretended to be a painter, and
put on so much blyle that Ids landlord on
dorsed the cheek for hhn. The scamp got
away. Tho obtuscness ol the cashier Is io-
maikablc. Only a few weeks ago ho n
ceived notice thai a man was on bis i minds
offering checks on tho Hartford bank
drawn by II. II. Winslilp, tho same mine
A baby show was held recently at tho
house of .Mrs. Chailcs Town, liellows
Falls. Twenty-two of tho litllo Innoccnls
were present, ranging in ago from live
weeks to twenty months, and behaved In
an unexceptionable manner. Tho roininlb
tco failed to bring In a verdict,
Tho baby fair at the Town Hall in Lon
dondcirv, under the management of Mr.
Ira H. Whitman, was quite an altinction
Moio lli:flTthlily specimens of the ilslng
generation entered into competition for thu
various jirl7.es offered, each mother doubts
less feeling biiro that her din ling might to
win, A considerable sum was dlstiibulcd
by nward of tho judges.
(lump. At Ihiillngton, Iowa, a litllo
gill walked up to her dead mother, garni
upon tlio nociy a lewiniuuies, uiriieu nway,
und expired uimost instantly.
Civilized Oanniiials. "Whv do they
call tho people that live in some of the
South Sea Islands cannibals'" asked mi old
man of n sailor, "llecauso they live
on oiucr pcoiue, ansvvetea uio sauor.
"Then," said tho old man pensively, "my
sons-iii-iaw musi lie, cunuibuls, lor iney
live mi me.
DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 5, 1878.
Ill lliilliiinl, November n, by llev II V Austin,
Herbert K Uemls nt Hiitlaml, anil Marlon i:
French ot Salisbury.
In.MonUton, October ST, I.t W W (lagc, iigeil
In Ailillson, October 2T, Hamnntlin, wife ot Jo
seph linrbcr, ngcil 01 years.
In Hancock, October so, Laura, wife ot Aaron
Piper, ntrcil n yenrs.
In Ynnkton, Dakota, October lc, Albert K
Mrrrvln, formerly of Snilsbiiry.
In SlliJdlebury, October 20, Patrick Mctlol
ihieli. w gulmltecmci.tj..
J wanted to canvass In Ailillsiiii,t:onnlnKloii,
lliitlanilnml Windsor enmities. For particulars
aililress I'oslnnicu llox 670, llutlniid, vt. iLvwlt
1IDi:U HAHHF.LS. Good cider liar
J rein for salo nt
LANIIO.V A: HUNTOONU.
Itutlnml, Nov. 5, 1373. iLcwsw,
1 U N T I! A L II O U 9 10
AMr.lllOAN AND IIUIIOPIIAN PLANS.
Complete vv nn room?
i:n suiti: and singl.i:.
being In tlio veiy center of ruslilnnnnil brlllliiiil
liutltiiiil lire. In proMmlty In places of niniise
inenl, and oppusliu (icorge h. palmer's, Hurl A
Miermtiii, ('. A. Porliliiust nnd (leorgo W, IIP
Haul's dry goods palaces.
O Y St T V, It S
fur sale lu largo or small rtunntllles, and served
In every stjlo,
.1. A. SAI.NHUHY, Piior'n.
1 : 1 1 11 1 ii. I, Nov. .1. dim.
YOIT.MI MHN-SJ UIIII1ST1AN ASSOCIATION.
IST.i. season or 1871
.Mns. Makv A. Liv l:itioiil;, November 11.
Hon. Wii.i.hm Pausoxs, November ss,
Jons II. Couiiii, December c.
Wn.i.nvi s. Anukkws, January C.
Tlio last appointment to beillled.
TIM! SHniNI) LHCTL'iii:
Of llio course will bo delivered by
M 1:1. .MA It V A. LIV LHM Oil II,
OFF.ltA HOFSF, ltUTLAND,
rrjsu r :vj:., so v. um, ih-:i.
" Wlmt shall we do vvllli our Daughters ?"
lira. l.ivmiMinir. lias achieved a illstlnunMied
success upon Hie lecture pl.itrorm, and rivals
Hie most ipuljr favorites wherever blio has
While eniiiiurallvely a stranger lo lliilland
niiiltenees, she stands In the front rank of Am.
ei lean lecturers, ns Is shown by abundant testi
monials ami Increasing eie,aguinenls.
Her leetine, aiinuuuccil fur this occasion, Is
said to be I he most popnl.ii- l.yceu u lecture ever
di'llvereil by any Lilly In lids country, und a
prodmllun which should be heaid by every
milliter and ilnishtcr of lite nineteenth cen
Season Tickets, for tho remaining liv e leel ores
(Ineluillng reserved seat) 1 1.7a. single lectures.
Mi els. Iieserve.1 seats, e.ilra, 25 els,
'llekets for Halo, nl the music slnie of .1. II.
.Meekernnd at Hie rlnur.
selccllim or seats on Tuesday morning, llth
Inst., nl o o'clock, at .Meeker's.
Honrs open at 7itf o'clock; lecture to com
mence nl m oMoek.
Allenllou Is Invited to the reduced pilco of
Sea-.nii Tickets lor the remainder of the unirse.
und again the patronage or (he piil.Ho Is soli
cited. Hllllalld, Nov. n, did
fi:i:a iiocsf., iiutland.
ITIMIAY A, WHIINI'.SDAY liVHNINOS.
Nov ember Is mid 19.
.Mk. W. I). Vvs Aiisi'M, Propilelorof thu
(II.'ISWOI.H, OPHHA IIOL'SII, TICOY,
lias lite nlensiire of uiuioiuielin: a snerl.ll eie
K.igi nienl for positively
TWO NHIHTS ONLY,
Of the tamniH Hlnleet Actors anil reiiicsenta'
lives oi luaie ami leinaio (leiuiau (jnaracier.
HAKHIi A rAHKAN,
who will appear in their newly constructed
C K 1 S
(Wli.MAN Lll'i: ON Till! .MISSISSIPPI,
Supiinrled by llio eiillrn llramntlo Company
from thnopera House.
ADMISSION, m uml 7.'. cents, lleservcil seats
can now bo obtnlni'd nl .Meeker's .Music store
vvithoul extra charge. nuvnuiu.
1)0 ( cnls
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Corner .Merchants' How and West Street,
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Mn, ll. F, 1'lTZ, Tenor,
.M. Wm, II. Fi:ssi:ndi:N, Tenor.
Mil. II. A.COOK, Jlurltono.
Mil. A. I'. HYDIilt, lliisso.
Assisted by llio distinguished and impulur art
Mas. II, M. HMITII, Soprano,
Miss JI. A. IIIIYANT, ConlralU).
Tho celebralcdl organist, Mr, IIOW'AHD M
DOVV, IIS pilllllhl mill conuucior.
Doors oiien nlT eoinmeiice HIT45.
1(11 l lVU 1 lilt l.n lienei leu nt-iiin, tw vcino.
Vnreserved seals (lo bo hud tho ovciilng of tlio
concert), 40 cents,
Tickets for salo by J. Ii. Meeker, Muslo dealer.
Senator linker Ite-V.Iected.
Tnov. NY.. Nov !.
Israel V liaker, jr.. U re-clcelcd senator
from the Sixteenth distilct Majority un
certain, but largely leduced.
New Yokk, Nov. Ti. 1 a. in,
Up lo Ibis late hour ll c total letuins
from !J81 towns nnd ten counties, outside
of this clly, show a net republican ma
jority of l!i,'.'0I, and a net democratic gnln
of 111,180 over the vole of 1871.
Troy Clly I'.Iectlon.
Tnov, Nov. !.
I. V. Maker, jr., icpubllcan, is le-elecl-
ed to tho senate. W. V. Cleary, democrat,
to the assembly from the 1st distilct. It.
Dickson, republican, to the acfcmbly from
the 'M district, and Whltbcck, democrat, to
the assembly from the ihd district. The
republicans elected the sheriff. Thavcr's
majority In this county is tieaily 1,000.
Summary of Llecllons.
New Yoek, Nov. I.
Uelurus from ft!) districts In various pat Is
of the Stale show our vote for Secretary of
State n democratic net gain as rompaied
willi tho vole ol 1871 (if 038. The icpub
llcan inajotlty in these dlsli lets Is 1,075.
No definite returns received from any pint
of lids clly. It is claimed that Ibis city
has gone Tammany (democratic) by fiom
15,000 lo 20,000 majority. The election of
S. Cut to Congress Is conceded. The
icturns from Ilrooklyn Indicate that Hun
ter, the democratic candidate for .Mayor, Is
elected. The democratic majnillyof that
ity for Seeictaryof State will probably
I each 5,000.
10 p. in. Hetiirns from 107 additional
districts and towns give a republican ma
jority of li.-ISO, a democratic net gain of
lLISO p. m. Hetiirns from over iine-
lliird of the city indicate a majority for
Connor, for r.heriff, of 25,000 : WaKh,
unity clerk, 1!),000 j ten election districts
in the Sixth Congicssiounl distilct, give S.
S. Cos, 1,1!):); Wadsworlh, 158.
Schenectady county, complete- Thayer
100 majority ; republican gain 187.
lluny The indications are that the de
mocrats carried this county by 1.000 ma
Dayton, deinocrallc, is elected lo the
Oswego, N. Y. George Ii. Sloan, le-
publiean, was elected to the assembly from
the first distilct by over 1100 niajoiily.
183 towns in New Yolk net republican
majority 5,22!l; ni l deniocratic gains in
some lovvns 5,108.
I'cpurls from 'i.lfl distriels in New Yoik
how net icpubllcan niajoiily of 0,8(10. and
net democratic gain of 7.087.
Hay, democrat, clecled in the 115th sen
Xew Vol I; l'.lecliou.
Ai.UANV. Nov. 4.
A very full vote is being cast heic, willi
much cutting and swapping of canilid.ilcs.
Thu I emit will be veiy eho.
The weather Is line.
lil'lT.vi.n, Nov. 4.
The election I, prngicssing quiclly. A
coiiiparatively light vole was polled this
uioining. The indications me Ihal the dc
inocrats will currv the city.
tiik tam.manv 1 iuket ahead.
New Yoisk, Nov. 1.
The cleellou of the Tammany ticket is
generally conceded mid the contest is excit
ing only In the assembly and senate dis
tiicts, It is believed ceilaiu that Lawrence
will be elected to the siipicme couil.ainl
Fanchcr Is polling a large democratic vote.
Voting was unusually slow up to 1 o'clock.
i lew lights are reported. One man was
lungcrously stabbed in a dispute in a sa
loon in the nineteenth ward. A large foico
of police Is held in icservo with coaches In
readiness to convey them vv heicver needed
So far Ibelr services have not lscen called
mion. There is much splitting and scratch
ing of tickets. In many instances Mi-Cool's
name for sheriff is scatched fiom the Apollo
hall ticket, nnd Connor's, the tegular de
mocral, substituted, llcts aie freely made
on fifteen thousand majority for Connor
1:15 p. m, The election Is very quite so
far as heard from, both In the stale and
city. Tickets nil over the clly me so mixed
that Inspectois of election will have an Im
mense deal of trouble counting them, and
It will probably bo very late befoio llio to-
tut us are made.
Note Thayer is the republican candid
alo for sccietary of state, and Willcrs the
In thu town of Cherry valley, Wiilcr's
majority 01 j Greenwich, Washington
county, 170 majority j Whlto Creek, Wash
lngtnn county, Thayer lli:l majority ; 11a
ker, for senator, 18 niajoiily ; Mohawk
Montgomery county, Thayer 200 majority
Mohawk, Montgomery county, Hist dis
trict, Thayer 80 inajotlty ; 2nd district, 20
niajoiily i llrashcr, St. Lawicnco county,
Thayer 108 majority.
St Lawii'ticc county llrashcr,i epuhllcan
gain (10 j Mention, Thayer, 72 : deinocrnlle
Saratoga county Saiatoga, 2d district
Thayer 41) j democratic gain !18.
Washington county- Cambridge, 2d (lis.
trict, Thayer 00 ; icpubllcan gain I I.
Steuben county Danesville, Miller 70
democratic gain 1.
Otsego county -Maty laud, .Miller, 07
democratic gain ill,
Schenectady county -Duancsbiirg, iird
district, Tlmjcr, 5(1; democratic guln 21
Scholmiio rounly Schohaiie, 2d dlstiicl
WIllciB 40 ; republican gain 20.
St. Lawrence county liitsnell, Thayer,
25 1 democratic gain 105.
C.vv ni a, Nov. 4.
lliutus Thayer, .108: republican gain
on llio election of 1871. Leilyard Thay,
er, 34.1 : icpubllcnn gain of -lit. Men!.
Willer'sBli ; republican gain 11.
Chenango county-Greene Wlller's, 7i!
deinocrallc gain, 43, Oxford Thayer, 51
democratic gain, 62.
Columbia county Ghent Thayer, 31
democratic gain, 80.
Cortland county Cortlundvllle, lid ills,
lilct Thayer, 125 ; deniocrnlln gain, 0.
Orange county Deerp.iik, ild district-
WillcrH, 1120 lnajiully j democratic gain
Sullivan county - Ft cutout, 2d district
Wlllers, 28 majority j republican gain.
Tlogn county- Spencer - WlUem ill nia
joiily ; deinocrallc gain, 81.
Suffolk county Huntington, 2d dlnlrlct
-Wlllcis, 2 niajoiily ; republican gain.
Onondaga county- Skanoaleliis- Thayer,
5 majority : dciuoonllc gain, 80.
llocklnnd county -Hnvcrstravv, 1st dis
tilct Tinier HO mnj. republican gain, !);
2d distilct Willcrs. 225 majority: demo.
lath; gnln. Oil; total iletnncratic, 1115 ma.
joilly' a gain of (X) sull'ciers. 2nd distilct,
Thnycr, !12 majority ; the town ciilhe gave
Grant 47 majority.
Slcuben coimly Addison Wilier, 2I!0
niajoiily ; deniocratic gain, 1 ,!)!!
St. Lawrence county- Ithdlstiict.Thiiy.
r, 57 niajoiily ; tlio town enthe gave a
m ijoiily of :!!)(! for Scribner.
Albany county 1st district, Willcrs, 24
majority i deinocrallc gain, 25.
Livingston county-- Gcticese, 1st distilct,
Fort, Illl niajoiily, icpubllcan gain, !!0.
llroome county-Tiiangle, 1st district,
I'hayer, 75 majority, republican gain, 11.
-Madison county Hamilton, 1st distilct,
Thayer, 175 majority, democratic gain. 43.
Jefferson county Antwerp, 1st district,
Ihnycr, 110 majority, democratic gain, 82.
Alexandria county- 1st distilct, lllers,
! majority, democratic gain, 31, against
biiih amendments, 308: iird district, Wll-
lers 7 niajoiily, republican gain, 15.
Montgomery county--.Mohawk, Thayer,
niajoiily, icpubllcan gain, HI ; St.
lolinsyillc, Wlllcis, 15 niajoiily, demo-
ratio gain, 15.
Livingston counly Genesee, 2nd dls-
ttict, Foil (it) niajoilty; total republican
niajoiily lu town 150.
Itoyne county, Lyons, 2nd district,
Thayer 50 majoi ity j icpubllcan gain 41;
ird district, Wiilcr's niajoilty 13 ; icpubll-
in gain 1.
Oslego county, Mlddleficld Wiilcr's ma.
jorlly 03 ; republican gain 55.
yoining county, Warsaw Thayer 212
majority s republican gain 18.
Westchester county, Pelham Wiilcr's
niajoilty .'11 j democrat gain 11.
Oslego CHiinty, liichlleld Thayer CO ma-
joilly ; democrat gain 05.
Seneca county, Wnteiloo, 1st district
Wiilcr's majority 51 ; republican gain 15;
2nd distilct, Willet's majority 124 j denio-
r.it gam 42. I he town complete gives a
majority of 27 democrat gain.
Sullivan county, Tusten Willem' ma
jority 02 j democrat gain 40.
Saratoga counly Saratoga complete
I'hayer ll!2 majority s democrat gain 83.
Otsego counly, Otsego, 1st district Wll-
lers' niajoiily 8 ; town complete, democrat
New Yoiiic, Nov. 4.
Seneca county Ovid, 1st distiiet : Wil
lcrs, 43 niajoiily ; republican gain, 35.
Oneida county Sallna, lstdistiict: Wil
lcrs 0 inajojlty; republican gain, 81.
St. Lawience counly Norfolk entire
ives Thayer 4S niajoiily ; democratic
Orange counly -Mount Hope, 1st dis
tilct : Thayer 20 majority ; the town entire
live Set Miner i!0 majority.
Oswego county liichland town, 1st
district : Thayer, 80 majority j democratic
;uin:il. 2.1 district, Thayer 30 majority ;
democratic gain, 00; total icpubllcan ma
joi ity, 113 t democratic gain, 10;!.
Tompkins counly Ulysses, 1st district :
Thayer, IIS niajoiily ; deniocratic gain, 40.
Westchester county Westchester, 3d
district, Tlr.rvcr 4 majority; lepublican
Washington counly While Creek : 1st
distilct, Thayer Hill niajoilty; republican
Greenwich 1st distilct -Thayer, 177
niajoiily; lepublican gain, 52.
Dutchess counly ltawling-Wlllcis, 71
niajoiily ; deinocrallc gain, !i01.
Franklin county llombay, 2d district
Wlllcis, 20 majority ; republican gain, 15.
Dutchess county Dover, 1st distilct
Wlllcis, 1 niajoiily ; democratic gain, 73.
lirown counly Darker Thayer, 5:1 ma
jority ; lepublican gam, 10.
Jefferson counly Cape Vincent, 1st ills-
trict Willcrs, 15 niajoiily; iepublic.ni
lilt, 45 ; Putnam, for the assembly, 25
Hnklmcr county German Flats Thayer
133 niajoiily ; ilcnioeratlo gain, !I7.
.Monroe county Gicccc, 1st district
Willets, 57 majority ; republican gain, 18.
I.oid, democratic, for senate, 85 major-
Wheatland, 1st distiiet 'I haver 18 nia
joiily; democratic gain :t(). Hopkins, 1!)
Oswego county, Grauby Willcrs, C.i
niajoiily ; democratic gain 81.
I'ahnyi.i Thayer, 00 inijoiily; ilcino-
crallc gain 73.
Seneca county, Covert, lstdistiict Wil
lcrs, 7 niajoilty ; republican gain !iil ; 2nd
distilct Wlllers, 0.'! majority ; democratic
gain 24 ; town complete, lepublican gain
Washington county, Whitehall, com
plcte Willcrs, 20:i majority ; democratic
l'aniicnteideinocratic'jfor seuatc,has 208
Davis, democratic, for assembly, 502 ma
jority. Wcftchestcr county Fcekskill, 2d dis
ti let Thayer 159 niajoilty ; same district
gave Grant 1 1 majority.
Orange county Highlands, forincily 2d
district of tho town of Cornwall Thayer
4!) majority ; democratic gain, S9.
Montgomery county 2d distilct Thay
er 07 niajoiily ; republican gain 20. 1st
district, Wlllcis 0 majority j democratic
gain, 20. Total town enthe democratic
Wayne county -l'ahnyra, 1st distilct
Thayer 12!) niajoilty; icpubllcan gain,
St. Lawicnco county Waddington
Thayer 107 majority ; democratic gain,
Onond.igo county Lysandcr, 2d district
Thayer 108 niajoilty i democratic gain.
Vmihurcn town 2d distilct Willcrs
23 majority ; democratic gain, 81.
West Chester county Fast Chester, 2nd
I'.lslrlct, Thayer, 25 majority, republican
Tiagu counly-Oswego, 1st district,
Thayer, 7'.' niajoilty, democratic gain, 711 ;
Old distilct, Willcrs, 40 majority, demo-
cralle gain, 12 ; 5lh district, Thayer, Oil
miijoiity, deinocrallc gain, .10; (ilh district,
Thayer, 117 majority, deniocratic gain, 48.
Ilcikshlro Thayer, 48 niajoilty, denio
cratic gain, 12.
Nevvaik Valley-Thayer, 175 niajoilty.
democratic gain, 81.
lllchford Thayer, 00 niajoilty, demo
emtio train. 23: 1st distiiet, Thayer, 7
majority, democrat!!' gain, 11.
West Chester -Threo districts gave
for tho Senate HoberUoii, 111 ma
Jorlly, assembly, Wilson, 03 majority,
King, republican, for sennte, 20 niajoil.
ty i Stevens, democrat, for assembly, 63
majority ; constitutional umdedmcnt, yes,
tl'J majority ; supreme court, 2J Judicial
district, Gilbert, 80 majority.
Henssclacr county Moosic, 1st district -Thayer,
57 majority ; icpubllcan gain, 10;
Nichols has 4 majority t Haines, 2 niajoil
ty. Orange county -Onavvauda -Thayer, 10
majority ; republican gain, !!2 : Madden,
for senate, 00 majority.
Annexutloti no opposition. Carpenter
small majority over Mussing. The assem
bly district of l'elliaut gave Kobcrtson, for
senator, 2 majority and Cornell, for assem
blyman, 00 majority.
Itenssclaor county Hoosic, iird district,
Thayer 10 majority; icpubllcan gain 15;
Maker for senate fit majority; Dlvon, le
publican, for assembly, !!3 niajoilty.
Westchester county Fcekskill, 1st dis
ti let, Thayer 103 majority. Same distilct
gave Grant 31 niajoilty.
Washington counly Granville, 1st dis
trict, Thayer 80 niajoiily; democratic gain
31).; Iird district, SI) majority; lepublican
Itlchtnond county - Middlctown, 1st ills
trict, Willcrs 02 majority; deinocrallc
Dutchess county Dover Moth dlstiiets,
Willcrs 10 majority ; deniocratic gain, 120.
May, democrat, for senate, ii'J majority ;
Madden, democrat, for assembly, 40
Dutchess county Ainciica, 1st district
Willcrs 40 majority ; democratic gain,
Dutchess county Fine Plains, Willcrs,
00 majority, democratic gain, 81; Dutch
ess, Hyde Park, Wlllers, 20 niajoilty, de
mocratic gain 51 ; Nichols, 37 maoiity,
ltalncc, 25 do, Sweet, 25 do, Jackson, 25
do, Millsprugh. 25 do. Hay for the Sen
nte 18 majority, lireaso for the assembly
Columbia couuly..-Kinderiiook, Willcrs
103 majority ; democratic gain 81. May,
for State Senate, 105 niajoiily, Fairar,
for the Assembly, 217 majority.
MiciiMoxi), Nov. 4.
The election passed off quietly. No dis
turbances. The white vote was fuller than
the negro vote. Kemper's, democrat, ma
jority for governor will not bo less than
COO. Some leading republicans concede
his election by 15,000 to 20,000 majority.
Llecllon Disturbance in Virginia.
New Yoiik, Noy. 4.
The Herald publishes a dispatch from
Pctersburgli, Vn., stating that while about
three hundred colored men weie moving
!n a political procession through Iiank and
Sycamore streets, last night, they became
very atrocious In their conduct, throwing
stones at houses and occupants, smashing
windows, anil doing considerable damage.
These acts of violence caused great excite
ment among the white people. The Grays,
a while company, and the Guards, coloied
men, were both called out lo preserve peace
and order. There weie many eager volun
teers, and every musket in the armory of
the (bays was soon in the hands of clliens
anxious to preserve order. The colored
company also expios.scd their lc.ullness to
leptess the distuib.ince at every hazard,
vvhilu tioops weie being armed, and lead
ing citizens wcio making speeches, coun
selling prudence and moderation. The
military wcro under aims nt n lain hour.
The Financial Outlook
New Yoiik, Nov. 4.
The bricklayers and laborers are still on
a strike. 'There is 110 prospect of employ
ers giving lu. Non-society men :ne being
employed to fill the places of absentees.
OUT OF VVOISK.
The number ot sewing girls and women
discharged from the various lines of nian-
ufactuie may be counted by the thousands
in this city and Miooklyn. Some clothier
predict a better season lu December.
11. II. CI.AKI.1N iV CO.
A member of the firm of II li Clall'm it
UK., slaleu mat its eicilitors weie nmong
the strongest merchants' lu this city and
liostou. They cainu volnntnilly to the re
lief of tho house lu its emergency, and the
help of the associated banks is not needed
THE centuvi. national hank.
Aii Investigation of the affairs of the
Central National bank by a committee of
tlio clearing house, association shows Ibe
capital of tluco millions Is hupahcil In the
extent ot seven bundled and twenty thous
and dollars. The commilteo repot t that
tho deposits arc amply secured.
T.nmsvi 1 1 e. Iv' N'nv. -I.
Considerable feeling exists among tin'
woikmcu in Jeffcrsonvilie, Ind., in conse
quence of the ollleers of the penitentiary
hiring convicts' labor cheaply outside the
Btate grounds, contrary to the decision of
tho Indiana supremo court.
Cincinnati, Nov. 4.
A special from Knoxville, Teim., says
the strike of tho engineers on the Fast Ten.
nessce, Virginia and Georgia railroad
threatens to assume a dangerous character.
Some of the employes yesterday pi evented
n freight train from leaving, by uncoupling
the cars. The night passenger trains are
discontinued. Col. Maxtor, attorney of the
road, addressed thu employes, explaining
tlio trouble they aic subjecting themselves
to, and advising non-interference vvllh the
operatives of tho mad.
Philadelphia, Nov. 4.
Most of tho city banks have declared divi
dends ranging from 0 to 12 per cent.
Case, or Talntur, the Defaulter.
New Yoiik, Nov. 4.
In the, United States Circuit Court, full
bench, ex-Mayor Mall to-day moved for a
now tilallu the case of Frank L. Talntor,
the defaulting cashier of the Atlantic
National Hank of this city. The point on
which tho application Is based is a ques
tion of Intent to defraud tlio bank. Mr.
Hall argued that it was necessary for tho
prixecutlon to prove hhn guilty ot Intent
which was not done. ThodccMon vns re
served. Weather Probabilities.
Wau 1)i:i'auimet. Omen or uik )
D. 0., Nov. 4, IH70-8 P. M.
For Now Knglaud, southeasterly mid
southwesterly wluds and cloudy weather,
with possibly light rain. For tho Mlddlo
States, southwesterly winds followed by a
falling temperature and iucreaslug cloudy
Philadelphia, Nov. 1.
Thiee hundred thousand dollars Worth of
paper of the California fc Tc.vns Con
struction Company, etnrntred In tho
construction of the Texas und Pacific
railroad, nil endorsed by prominent stock,
hoklers.vvent protest lo to-day, owing to the
financial stringency. Liabilities Tim cum.
pany report U,500,000 hi notes, variously
endorsed, all in.iliiring within ninety days ;
Sl.000.000 of loans on collateral.?,
and individuals sccuiity of .4000 000
Unsecured obligations lu the sliano of drafts
and !23O,O00 limiting debt, amounting to
nearly S7,00f,000. This amount vvllh over
3 1,000,003 pild hi on the stock of the com.
pany, h is been expended In the construe.
lion ol tlio Texas Pacific railroad, and
there nio 200 miles of the road completed,
equipped nnd In operation. About 150
miles additional Is graded, bridged and
ready tor the Iron. 'The resources of the
constiuctlou company consist of .j.T.'.OOO
per mile of the completed road of the llrst
mortgage bonds of the railroad company
secured by lien on tho railroad, its equip
ment, irancliiics and a thousand acres of
land per mile, granted by the slate of
levas, over two millions of unpaid con
struction stock, most of which will be
promptly paid, and private nroiieilv of In.
dividual endorses, which Is very large. It
Is believed that llio creditors, most of
whom hold huge amounts, will speedily ar
range for an extension of the liabilities of
the company so asto give Iheui time to te
alize money without millions sacrifices re
quired by the present stringency ot the
Death of Louis (Jnjlord Clark.
New Yoiik, Nov. I
Louis Oaylord Clark died last night at
Picrmont on the Hudson, after an sickness
of only a few hours from a stroke of
paralysis. He was the well known editor
of that popular magazine, The Knicker
bocker, and nn author of repute. In 1855
the contributors to his magazine purchased
a cottage residence for Mr. Clark at Picr
mont, where he lived until his death. Ho
was 00 rears old.
Leiianon, Pa., Nov. 4.
An attempt was mule last night to burn
the clly. It was fired in live place, but
owing In thu efficiency of the lire depart
ment the city was saved. A b.im owned
by Jinlah Funk was entirely destroyed;
loss 75.000 ; insured. Also Henry L iun
dermileh's turn, with all the season's crop,
100 tons of b iv and farming implements ;
W.vsniNiiros, Nov. 5.
Attorney-General Williams, to-day, re
ceived a telegram from Gov. Kellog, of
Louisiana, saying tint the military who
arc in Grant Parish, noting as posse in aid
of the civil authorities to arrest the perpe
trators of the Colfax massacre, did not nr
live until after Ihe Grant Parish outrage is
alleged to have taken place, aud the tele
gram also s ly.s that advices just received
indicate that account of the outrage as 11
Another Judicial Outrage.
('ltlCAflo, Nov. 4.
The supreme coin t of Illinois yesterday
urauteil a new triulto Christopher MalTcrty,
the murderer of a policeman. He has
twice been convicted and sentenced to be
Want to go to Work.
Tnov, Nov. 4.
The pilddlers at the rolling mill at the
Mcns.selacr work, In Ibis city, who refused
to go to work for .J5.10 per ton a few d lys
ago, now see the folly of their action and
aio anxious to accept the terms offered.
The proprietors of the mill, however, have
withdrawn their offer and will not resume
operations until thu prices for puddlcrs are
definitely settled throughout the country.
The prospects at present are, that iron will
be much cheaper in the spring than It is at
present, and lu this event puddlcrs' wages
may bo 1 educed even below J5 a ton before
work Is resinned.
Killed by a Hear.
New Yoiiic, Nov. 4.
An Italian woman named Mdlanl, living
in Fist Newark, N. J., was yesterday
hugged to death by a bear which her bus.
band Used for exhibitions.
No ri:. Tho full particulars of this af
fair will be found on the second page.
Stagnation nt Philadelphia.
New Yoek, Nov. 4.
A dispatch from Philadelphia says, al
though no failures are announced, a want
of confidence nn all sides makes anything
like business, beyond the snnllesl limit,
alni'.st an impossibility. Many of the
largest houses aw dismissing employes,
and others are giving holidays to theirsales
men. No Improvement is looked for be
foio the turn of the year. AlGernianlovvn,
Frankfort and Manayunk nearly all the
mills are closed, and tho few that are still
working are finishing up orders and run
ning on half tlnio nt present. Mvery dis.
position is manifested by mill owncis 10
continue work until tho latest moment and
thus give relief to their hinds and keep
them together. Moth Iron w orks in Moi
listovvu me stopped, and sis' hundred men
are out. The cotton mills theie arc also
closed. The iron works at Piiienlxylllo
ure still uinning on full time. It employs
thh teen hundred men and seven or eight
hundred in the mines. A slight reduction
of wages has been cheerfully submitted to
by the men and work will be furnished all
winter The men nt the lVora Iron woks
are on half lime with a reduction of fifteen
percent wages. Ten of the thirty fur
naces In the Lehigh valley luve boon
blown out All tho etr shops, rolling
mills, rail mills and car wheel founderies
in the statu have been stopped, or are run
ning on half thno only. Five hundred
men are at work in tho Philadelphia navy
yard ; half of this number will probably be
dismissed tills week. Tho Diamond statu
iron company has stopped the rolling mills
nt Wilmington, Delaware for want of or
ders. Iteporls from Manks,
Wasiiixuton, Nay. 4.
Tho eomptiollcr of currency has, to-d ly,
Issued a chciilar to nil the national banks,
requesting them lo forward, by return
mail, special reports of their condition nt
tho close ol business on Monday, Oct. l!ith
and Saturday, Nov. 1st,
To be Prosecuted.
Memphis, Tenn., Nov- 4.
At a meeting of litictis I ist night, It whs
resolved lo prosecute Kx-Actlug Mayor
Cecelia for frau Is upon the Howard asso.
tin co previous seasons.