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T1TH RUTLAND DAILY (fLOBE.-TUESDAY MOKNJNG. SEPTEMBER 10. 187tt.
(The itottoml gaily (TM.e.
iundav. si:iri:.Miii:it m, iwj.
III HI TAJ. AMI lii:ilim.'l): ointvixi.
fi us arrivk tr mrruNp.
i;n Ji'llift r.illt, A n. in., 'Jrft A '
n. in. I
UuiH'i'ftoii 12:jo 'il:M o.tn., i;:fri i ';:w
' Pun Ilonn, 11:12 0. in
ll'.'imliisrlnii, 18:"S p. ni Mini .':S0
" -i.imtrj ;n, H:is n, ui,, 0:'i p. m.
sulntii, ;M V 's:SU . in., S:i -4-.v. ... hi.
.II.IIK1 IKAVK Itl.'TI. Nil. ,
f l;cllot- Pull-., li:r.0,v M:faifi.in.,'ltiin .v wn
minim,' hi, i:ir. ,v '.smOh. m.. "iii !.
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Port llenrt, Mur, i. in. i
" licniiliurtoii, i:i) a "wr.o ,i, ii, ti:M . in,
Miiuton, d:0i) u. in., A 'a..') . in. i
IjIpiii, x;Io A !:0"i i. m., 'lion A" ir.ioop. in.
.Mull Train 'Mljcnil.
It irlem Kxteiuton way, 9.0.'. n.
, 'inn t.iO i . m.
r.usieru ffiij, n.so n. in.
k I'ruy way, n.sop. m.
I roy, I8.4D p. In., 8.30 p. in., uml ti.Sn p. in.
Vlbiiny, 12.411 p. m., P..I.0 p. tn anil ','" p. in.
Ujston, 11.40 a. in,, ami u.r,o . in.
k I'nimJns, 1.15 p. in.
Northern way, s.no p. m,
II vrllmrtoii, s.ou p. in. nnil mo . in.
sa "ftfturn ivay, 3.30 p. m.
Nil v Yurk, 3.SU p. m. anil 9.20 p. m.
l di nectl-iit ltlver way, 9.30 p. m.
WujiHtock way, (Mattel l.wi p. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays nnil Kiituiilm s !i.ii p. in.
mckljrli!if! (stage), 1:00 p. in.
Harlem Intension way, 9M p. in.
Eastern way, .iw p. in.
Troy way, 4.KS p. m.
Troy, 1.4') a. in ., 11.45 a. 111. ami I.K1 p. 1,1
Albany, 11.4a 11. 111., t.ti. uml V.10 p. in.
II jston, 1.4D 11. 111. nuU t.'io p. in.
t unndus, 1H.40 a, in.
.Northern way, 11. 31 a. in.
mirlliiKlnn, 11.40 nml n.34 n. 111.
Saratoga way, 11.4.1 a. 111.
Now York, 11,4a n. 111. nnil IM p. m.
Connecticut lltvcr way, 8.15 p. 111.
Woodstock wny, (stage) ll.nr, n. in.
Chittenden, (Tupsila)s ami Haturdn.vsi l.r.n 11. in.
stockuridtfi' Citotrc), 12:30 p. in.
if.VInllsvvlll lie promptly closed nt 1 110 specl
Hivil lionr: nil li-tti.-rs deposited In II"' street
hates will Im cotlerteil nt s.4.1 and U.on a. in.,
ln.lv, 1.30, 3.05 nnil last collection for nil nlRiit
malls, at SUM p. 111. All Icttorsdeposllcd In t lie
U'tterllox nt til" Depot, will lie collected liv
Homo Agents live minutes previous to the de
parture or each mall train
DASHES 11KKK AM) TIII'.liF.
The nm sets to-night at fi:0,S ; rKi
11101 row iiKinilnj; at r:42.
A meeting (if l'o?t Iloliertb of the (Iraud
Army of the ltepulillc will lie held this
(Tuesday) evening nt T.iiO o'clock, nt Oilil
I-Vllow'n Hall, (I1.011K lJloek.
Iteular Conclave of Killlntun Com
iiiandery Xo. fi, ICnlithts Templar, nt their
Asylum, Jlnsonic Hall, this n'uedny)
evening, nt 7.!i0 o'clock.
W'a notice n new nnil elegant sign, paint
ed by lUtlcdgc, has been him"; out by . I.
Y. Kslicr, pointing tlie wny to hK icfresli
mcnt rooms in Qulnn's liiock.
The many friends of (leorgc V. Ilur
man, Esq., of liennington, will le pleased
to know that 011 Monday ho was more com
fortable, and hopes nre entertained of hi
"Afterninth," Longfellow's new volume
of miscellaneous poems, is on Kilcat Spald
ing & CoV.
Among the attendants at the late Male
l-'alr was Dr. ,T. If. Mclntyic and wile of
Alaska. Dr. Mclntyic is the agent of the
llrilish Fur Company in Alaska, lie is a
native Vcrmonlcr and son-iii-huv of Hon.
Crosby Miller, or Vomfnt.
A llutland correspondent of the llostou
Journal tay that ''lliere is a good ileal of
feeling there upon the nuc.-tion of pool
.selling and betting, ngaint which the .state
Society has set its fool. Kvcry decent r,d
inlrcr of the horse has lent Ids voice in op
position to this species of gambling, which
haa not thus far obtained much headway
The Vcrgcnne.s t'ermoiikr "would like
like to catch the miserable wretch who
prophesied that September was to be :i
The l'nnncrs and Mechanics I'ldon of
lllack Itlver Valley hold their annual fair
and exhibition at Ludlow to-day and to
morrow. Dr. Henry lloyntou of Wood
stock delivers the address to-morrow.
An interesting article on the great sale
of cattle, New York Mills, and "Earning
his Pardon," will be found on tho first
"Tho Weston Tragedy", and "Pebble
Cure," tho latter from the Danbury Xuws,
will bo found on the fourth page.
Judge Jenks of Providence, It. I., is
spending a few days in town on n to
W'm. 11. Thrall.
ov Church Ortrnn.
There is now being set up In the new
Itaptlst Church in this village, a pipe or
gan, from the manufactory of John (!.
Marklove, of Ftlca, X. Y. This is the
first organ that Mr. Mnrklove has in Ver
mont, and will be a good specimen of his
work, its price at the faelorv being
The organ is described a? follows, vl. :
HWEI.I. owi is.
Viola di (Samba.
Stop Diapason H.iss, 1
" " Tielih'.i"
Open Diapason, 111 feel.
Swell to Great Organ.
Tho orgnn Is expected to be in order and
ready for uso In the church during the pre.
sent week. Mr. Marklove himself 1 bete
engaged in putting up the organ.
A Civil. Sun-. A suit has been brought
against C. M. Wiieo'c of Guilford, by the
widow of the late William Smith, for
1,000, under tlio nct pastil by the J.egls.
laturo of 1R70, for ilamagesutidiicd by the
death of her husband, who was killed In
tho fracas of July .1th, slie claiming that the
liquor causing the fracas was purchased of
The Woodstock It.vii.iioAii.-.The Wood,
stock Standard has reliable Information
that the Portland and Oswego railroad is
not yet given up, and says that tho pros,
pect Is that tho road will bo completed
from Cornish, Maine, to Meredith, N II
lieforo a great while.
DitANitoN HcfTEii Maiiket.- The mar
ket for butter on Friday, Sept. 12th, nt
llrandoii was brisk. Prices ranged from
37 to 80 cents. Nearly 1,000 pounds wore
Ill IMN'll cm Nil
conir, SElTPMniti! -iKntf,
lion. liovt II. Wheeler, Chief Judge.
Hon. Isaac C. Whcnton,) Assistant
lion. Mel llollistcr, " Judges.
Homy II. Smith, CIcik.
William M. Field, Sheriff;.
On Monday afternoon the September
Term of Itiitland county court was opened
and dulv proceeded to business
grand jury took their scats and
! swoin. They aic as follows, lt. t
Frederick Thornton, Benson.
Don E. At wood, Castleton.
Hiram IJ.ilrd, Chittenden.
Enoch Smith, Clarendon.
Joseph X. Phillips, Danbv.
Zcnai C. Kills, Fnlrhavcn.
1 llradley Fish, Ira.
1 Ezra Elisor, .Mcndon.
Frederick Parmcntcr, Mt. Holly.
As.i A. Mom oi', Pawlet.
Josinh Ilaheock, Pittsfleld.
Dan II, ISorine, Pltlsford.
Horace II. Dyer, Rutland.
Daniel W. Tnylnr. .Sherburne,
(corgo (aproii. Tlumoiith.
lilwln Martlndale, W'nlllngford.
Wlnslow Ooodspccd, Wells.
Edward Adams, 2d, West Haven.
Judge Wheeler gave n brief charge to
the grand jury, substantially as follows :
You all doubtless understand fully that
your duties telate wholly to criminal mat
ters that may come before yon, and also
the keeping of highways and llio division
of school money, and the fencing of cem
eteries, all of which may come before you
during the session, some duties relating
thereto you may not all be sullicicntly
acquainted with. As legards the keeping
of highways In lepair, you should remem
ber that fifteen days notice should be given
before an Indictment cm bo found. I am
not aware ofany matters that will conic be
fore you that need special charge from me.
Ocnerally, in cases in which you are
called to consider, the slates attorney will
bilng the subject of Inquiry to your atten
Hon, and give all necessary In.
formation and produce the proper
wltne.es. At the Mine, tlmo if he
does not, any lndivldii.il can make com
plaint bel'oie you and bring witnesses to
sustain the charm'. Your oath says that it
Is your duty to pici-ent matters that may
come to your knowledge not ns private
cltlcns, hut as giand jurors. Oidlnarily
you will examine the witnesses but one
side, but if the cWdcnce produced discloses
other w itwv-es, It is your privilege to send
for such w itnes-cs If you see fit,
You all understand you sue not to try
the respondent but are to decide whether
or not to pro-cut him for tiial. You arc
to satisfy yourself beyond a reasonable
doubt, upon the evidence presented to you,
ns to the question of innocence or guilt be
fore finding a bill of Indictment. If you
me convinced 11 crime has been committed,
.Mill are to make prescnlmenl of the person
commuting ; if otherwise not.
In finding 1111 indictment, your inui
opinion in icfeiencu to the expediency or
propiicty of a particular law is of 110 con
sequence, 'i'heic may be a difference of
opinion in lefercncc theielo, but it is your
duty to piesent all violations of any law 10
g.irdless of your own opinion in reference
to tho law Itself. Thcionre many minor
mailers that can mid ought to he disposed
of by towns, upon complaint of tho town
grand juror, without occupying your atten
tion or that of the court, or without extra
expense to the state, but if not disposed of
there, and brought to your notice, it will
be yourdiily, so far as I knew, totako action
thereon. Twelve of you must concur in
finding a bill of indictment ; the foreman
must Indorse the bill, cither " it ti lie bill "
or " this bill not found," You aio required
by your oath to keep all matters secret.
This ineaiH not for this occasion or this
term of com I, but the time is unlimited.
It is to lie kept seciet for nil time. Tho
reasons for this nro obvious. You arc also
to take the time icquisito to perform your
duty caicfully and faithfully.
Hon. llradley Fish of Ira is appointed
It is your privilege to inquircof tho court
at any time, by yom foreman, by a com
mittee, or In 11 body in open court, about
any matters of which you may desltc in
formation. The petit juiy were then called and wcro
duly sworn. Judge Wheeler then briefly
but earnestly charged them regarding their
duties, c.-pecially as regards tho trying of
cases upon the rvldcncu in court; that
anything that may be said outside should
not be heard by a juryman. Tho jury are
sworn 11U to hear tho outside talk. Should
persons continue to talk to tho jury regard
ing a ease under consideration the jury
should make it know 11 to tho court who
has ample power to cause tho same to be
The first cause called wnaXo. CO, Ripley
Sons vs. Leeds Hillings. Case of Assump.
sit, for recovery of 8500, tho price of some
cattle sold the defendant by tho plaintiffs.
Diinton it Veazy for plffs. C. II. Joyco
Ar Prout, Simons As Walker for dft.
Tho jury called In this cnuse are as fol.
John Williamson, llenson.
Frank .1. Williams, Castleton.
John Taiblc, Chittenden.
Yv li Mnrli, Clarendon,
W M Paris, Dauby.
Edwaid L Allen, Fnlrhnwii.
KG Fish, jr., Ira.
Alotcn ilarrctt, Mcndon.
DaWdKKddy. Mt. Holly.
Melvin Uarrett, Mt Tabor,
V P Weeks, Pawlet.
Jeo I) Hates, PitlBford.
The testimony was nil taken in tho after
noon and the arguments wero opened by
Mr. Dimton for llio plaintiffs, followed by
Ahlaec F. Walker for tho defense. This
morning C. II. Joyco will open in a plea
for the defense to bo answered by AY. O.
A'eazey for tho plaintiffs.
Thu next case to bo called is Xo. 52.
Hen. Stevens vs. Leeds Hillings j Edgciton
A; Nicholson for plff ;' C. II. Joyce and
Prout, Simons A; Walker for dft.
It was nWed that AVIIliam C.
Pcekhain or flu Chambers street, Xcw
York, bo appointed reporter to tho
Couit during the present term and ho was
sworn as such. Mr. Pcckham will' lie re.
mcmbcicd as the reporter of last term.
Tin; H.U'tist Semisaiiy. Xincty.nluo
of the one hundred thousand dollar endow,
ment fund, for tho Saxton's nivcr Baptist
Classical Seminary, nre reported as already
Ciicnsi: F.vcTonir.8. Tho number of
cheese factories in A'ermont has reached
It.vaiso FiitKS. Fires aro raging In tho
woods atSwanton andthevlllngn of Swan,
ton Falls U endangered.
A. A, Whcclock, an editor and speaker
from Massachusetts, will speak nt the Ilap.
tist church, on Tuesday evening 1 s ubjeot t
Joseph Ilnskcli, 01 yeais old, was seen
leading Asa AVnrrcn, tho blind mechanic,
from Tnrbellsvlllc, around the streets,
"showing"' him tho towrs, one day lately,
Deacon Islinm AA'hllo recently dug 120
buhcls of early roso potatoes, from a little
less than half an acre of land,
Potatoes nre selling for 40 cents and sev
eral car loads arc being sent off at Hint
llutter Is selling at 25 and 27 cents.
Many of tho best judges hereabouts am
very much dissatisfied at tho result of the
trotting nt tho State Fair, and ninny are
ready to help raise money to build a good
mile track at Rutland, of good material, so
some good time can be made.
L. II. Clogston, machinist, of this place,
has Invented a gang for sawing niaihlc,
which bids fair to completely revolutionise
the business, Ono of these gangs Is now in
operation at the nimble mill of J. Ailanis '
A; Sons. Ilwoiks upon an entiiily new
principle, but it chief merit is simplicity
of construction. Helng built almost entire
ly of wiougbt Iron, a large amount of dead
weight Is removed, consequently there Is 1
less friction and less power Is requlied to j
do the same work, while it can lie run nt a 1
much higher rate of speed than any other
gang. Thcsciow mid level gsnr niiiinge.
ment, used In the Merrlmnn feed, Is hi this I
gnng enthcly supciccded by 11 peculiar de-
vise almost cntnely preventing fitcttou and
opinion 1111 prac.
tic.il marble saw vers who have cMiinincd
this gang that it is far superior to anything
of the kind which has yet bccuYoiistrucled.
(ieo. M. Fuller, Iv-q., met with quite a
painful accident on Tuesday of last week.
He va ic turning from i!ull,ind. lidlm; In
tho caboose of the freight train, when 11
sudden lurch of the vehicle, occiuring sim
ultaneously with a sudden luieh of n cer
tain weighty denli-t of tills place, tlnew
Mr. Fuller violently against a pile of bag-
gage, scilously Inuishig hH should! r. He
has since been unable to attend to business,
suffering much pain and liming little iwnf
his left aim. P.
Middlclowu Springs have presented 11
lively appearance this season. The Mont-
vert Hotel has enteitnlned a large number
of boardeis since the first ol .lime, and the
prospects for this liou-e. in the futiiie, aie
highly encouraging. Among those who
have entertained visitors this season, at
their private residences, is Mr. I'. !!. Cook.
lie resides about one mile west of the
Springs, on the Poultncy road, and has a
beautiful location, and all the comfoits
width city people, scckimr the country,
de.-irc, can be obtained. Mr. Conk has ac
commodated considerable many this season,
as usual. Among his boulders nre Hon.
W. A. Cour.-cr, Mayor of Elizabeth City,
X. ,L, and his family, consisting of nine
members. This is their fourth year at his
house. The family left for their home last
week, having been there since June 1st.
Several oilier boarders have Jell, but now
ones continue lo arrive. The linsworth
family of Xcw Yoik City came to Mr.
Cook's last week, nnd others me expected.
The advantages of Middlctown Spiingsns
a summer resort, nio fast becoming known.
.1, c. vv.
As P. E. Chase and wife were icturning
from Lud!ow,Friday Sept. 12th, w lien near
his stoic house diiving a young spiilted
horse, the bolt which attached the whillle
treo to the cross-bar of the thills pulled out
letting the thills drop to the giound
and throwing both of them out, the horse
escaping fioin him, but luckily neither of
them weie seriously injured.
The streams In tills vicinity me veiy low
and many of the shops cannot run more
than a quarter of the time for lack of
P. E. Chase, toy manufaetuier, sold mow
goods hi the month of August than ever be
fore in the same month and his monthly
sites have been gicater tho present than in
previous years, with the exception of one
licv. P. X. (ininger, agent of the Statu
Temperance Society, lectures in Mcehanics
vllle, Thin sday evening, Sept. 2.".
Hcv. David Hnswcrtli, Second Advent,
Is to preach in Meelianicsvllle Sunday
Orlu, only child of Henry and Jcsstina
Jaynilh, died Sept. 7th, aged five years.
11. r. p.
Dm lug Fair week wo neglected to attend
to tho police news of the town, owing to
the pressure of other duties, and we now
give tho results of tho courts held since the
Oth Inst., by Justice Marshall.
On AVcdnesday, Samuel Dimton of Sa
Iran, N. Y,, was btought up foi inloxica
lion j lined ijia.Ol and paid. Frank Stacy
for samo offense was lined same amount
On Thursday, Paul Ellis of Clarendon,
tried for iuto.xicntinu ; lined 611,01, for
which a lnlttamus was issued. Stephen
Mahcr, for selling liquor, fined tfl7.no, uml
appealed. And also, A'. AY. AYhltcomb on
samo eharae, was fined .s;i7,fi(l and ap
On Friday morning (ho following cases
weio tried :
Edward Under of Poullney, for Intoxl.
cation, was fined ftlil.OI, and paid,
Frank Allen, brought up for breach of
peace, found not guilty nnd discharged.
James O'Xell, for breach of pence, lined
fclO.flO, appealed and gave bail.
Thaddeus Lambert of East Dorset, for
intoxication, fined 611.01, nnd paid.
Henry Jones of Middlebury, same of.
fciisc, fined 810.01, and paid,
Edward Hudson, of llrandoii, for samo
offense, lined same, and paid,
John O'llrien of Rutland, for same
charge, fined same amount nnd paid.
llcrnard McDonough of Rutland, up
for samo offense, fined Hie Mine amount
These, parties disclosed on the following
parties, as having sold them liquor :
Stephen Mnher, who was fined if27.S(l ,
A. J. Smith, fined ei7,:i3,und paid.
II. II. Stouo, flucd f$17.S0 1 appealed.
M. K. Hntchkiss, fined $37.8,1! up.
M. K. Hotchklss, fined $47.o0 ; ap.
Paige & Tolhurst, fined 827,(10 1 appealed.
On Saturda) 1 Frnuk E. AngIer,.of Put
ney, for intoxication j fined 10.01. nnd
Thaddeus Uulndoiiof Poultney, same of
fense i lined $13.04, nnd paid.
Joseph Douglass of llutland, ,tnr same
offense, fined $13.01, nnd paid... , ,
These pardes disclosed nn " '' ' !
James Hnywnrd, who was fined S)1T.00,.
Paige A: Tolhurl, lined .ilT'.M i np.
pealed, 4- . .'.1 ' '
M. K. Ilotehki"; fined .2Y."i : up.
A. J. Smith, lined 2T.fl s paid
Aticmi'Trii Si.icink. John liny, a ma
son, living on Lnell fttreet,, St. Alh.liis. ii; I
teniptcu suiciite Unjay morning, by tutting
his throat with a razor. At the time ho
was In bed, In an upper room, with n' sou
who Is blind. Tho sou taring Ids lather
full out of bed, ran to O'Hrlen's store for
assistance. When O'llrien arrived he
found Hay on the Hour bleeding profusely,
Medical aid was called and his wound wns
sowed np and propcily diested, Tho .bVi
fenger say ltny Is a man nbout sixty jenrs
old, formeily of reckless habits ; lately,
linnet er, he lias had a paralytic stroke
whhh has deprived him of the n-o -of nn
arm and leg. Last fall he miUln a similar
attempt at suicide, nnd his arms haw to be
fastened to picvent hint fronv leaiing the
bandages from his thin.it. , Family tiouble
Is assigned as the cause. L ; '
No mailer what section of llio slate, ton
travel through, you can bear Hie hum of
the diamond drill penetrating the bowels
of (lie cm th in search of mliirrals which
ate hidden below. The Westmoreland
coal company owns a large tract' of land in
,ds section of cotintrv
am hate cum hived
the Pennsylvania diamond tit 1 1 1 lo develop
me Kim iniiii.s, nun me rcsiius nave uecn
good, proving a ilch eiii of bituminous
coal about eight fiet thick, and piodllcing
11 core of the vein which gives 11 general
satisfaction tit tho company as to thesii
pciloilty of the vein.
The We.stinoiel.ind Coal Company al-o
contracted with the Diamond Dillf Com
pany in October lnt. to test the Millie of
their lands. These lands wcic tested last
season by the Walking Ileum process, giv
ing no satisiaetlon. The Diamond Diill
iven satisfaction in seven holes drilled '
Ion said lands where the Walking lie.un
I process failed. The company nl-o .con
tracted with the Diamond Diill tubmen
1 shaft nt Manor Station, It feet, :) inches by
22 feel, 2 Inches; drilling twenly-einh't
holes to a depth of (181!) one bundled nnd
cluhly-slx feet from the surface, on the
same principle as Hie Heading Sliafts, now
I in operation at East .Mines, Schuylkill Co.
Horing was commenced July IS and finish.
, od Sept. .", under the Immediate supeivi
I vision of ('.. Fiisbec, Supt. of the Diamond
drill, and J S Richardson, of liulland, 'er
monl, the company's efficient foreman.
The drilling went on very successfully ami
lias without a doubt exceeded nil the drill
lug thai has ever been done in the stale, ns
the figures will slum. This is entirely due
to the cveilion and management of .IS
RleliardMm nnd his iisstants. The
machinery iwsl was the Root Square
engine, built by Allison A; Hannan. of Port
Carlton. Scliuvlkill county, Pcnhsylvnnin,
also Allison's hydraulic t'eed, which Is far
superior lo the screw feed now in use. The
endneeis of the diamond drill intend
making a trip to Smoky City, during next
week, and as .IS Richardson is 11 whole
souli'd fellow, they expect to have a good
time. They are a live crowd and no doubt
will have a jolly time -I hope they may.
The miner here have been nn ast'iiho
for the past seven weeks, but ic-Hinuil
work nn Sepl. 1st. ut 1111 advance of ten
cents per ton. Miner average about five
tons per day. Allison A- Hannan built a
pair of link motion engines fn.' AYcstmnic
land shaft nt Xoiristown. li. AV. Snider is
doing n good deal ol work In this vicinity,
and is now constructing two sixty horse
power engines for the Westmoreland Coal
Company j this looks well tor Schuylkill
county mechanics. This n oi k is superior
to any that is manufactured in the state for
mining purposes. A'ou shall soon hear
from me again.--l'utltitti' (I'tt.j Jmirmil.
Ill Whitehall, Atli-iisl IT, I ) Kov
son, Allied Simmons 1.1 1'uri Ann,
X V nml .leu
hi'tic miner in liresiien.
In Whitehall, Aiunisl 21, Py l!ev (' A Johnson.
Chillies 11 Williams nr .Meelianicsvllle, VI., nml
Uiiniinli (' Proctor of itnstou, .vtnss.
In Whitehall, nt Hall's hotel, Aususi ::n,l,v
Hcv C A .loluison, (leorirn II (Iraiiircr or Middle
(irnnvllle, N Y, nnd Klinlrii I1e.Me.s10n or Iljde
In llrandoii, Si picinlicr to, liv Ih-v l'liinMIn
Tu.xliurv, l'ieierl''k II I'.iri Invloit and Llln s,
In Pltlsford, S"pteinl.er it, Anna, widow nf
the late Thomas Willis, njred !U enrs, 0 months
r.VN n.D, A first class Journeyman
1 Tailor, Must press mid sew. 'fit tlio
rl;rlit Kind or 11 mini, tlswi per week will lie raid
the 3 rar round. None need npplv ror Hie sini.
11 1 Ion only steady Imlii-trlniis men.
I'. M. SMITH,
setitic.lir 37 center street.
r A N TE I) .An experIenc(siVi7t
Maker, liliinwllntely, by V, M. SMITH,
Mi'icliaiit Tullor, 31 Center street. sindtr
7"A NT F. D. Hoard for a Gentleman
i and Wife In 11 pilvate lainlly strictly
oillce, Center street.
Howe sewlnjr Machine
X7'ANTED. An experienced cirl
IT run llio new Improved Sinner Sewing
Machine, (lood wanes and Mcndr work Hie
venrroiind. Apply In I'. M, svinn, Merchant
Tailor, ST Center Street, septs ltr
COMPOSITORS. Wanted. Iwoor three
inn ul compositors, only solier, linliislrl
Oils men need lipiilj.
OI.OIII: l'AIT.U CO.
EW DINING HALL.
. .1 a 1 1. v .1 v 11 t: .v v ;. ; m 1: x ,
J. W. nsiimt,
I'Jnlnirs ll'.ixk.v oitosiii: no: lit:ror,
:r- Wiirni'Meals'.'ii'Jail houri." polite nnl
utteutlvo wallers In attendance.
1 rcsn uysiers icccivoii uuiiy, mm .sold ny tho
ifiillon, nuurt or pint.
USING OCT SALi:
I tun lint irolnjj to Colorado, ,
1 mi:an mi.siNi:s.
i His. or fair lea, for sjil.00.
II lbs. of Oolong tea. 00 cents'. '
!t lbs, of Hyson tea, 00 cents,
!l lbs. nf Young' Hyson tea, 1,00,
Other leas, !IS. .to, SO, (10, 70., W), 1.00,
1,10, 1.20, per lh.
Any ono lmylnsr llvo iwunds tor cash, of tho
teas sold for one dollar uud upw ard,
All other Kofliis hi
ciim wi- ccww ocdiicvion
J. K. fll.YNN.
Itiitlnnd, fst-iit. Btti. 1STU.
rpWKNTY DOLLAHS HKWAltD
Will bo paid for the
PKTKCTIOs;, AltllEST AND CONVICTION'
of tlio person or persons who, wantonly and
maliciously, mutllalcd tho stono eroded to tho
memory of my child In tho Cathollo Cemetery
III Uiin uiuiu, . .1
nujrs-Tljtr BXXKh cnotVAN.
JSpcclal to tho nuthind otoni.i
Visit of the Senatorial Transportation
Arrival Last J:i-illna.
Hi.'ni.t.soTox, Sept. in.
. The L'nllcd Stales Senatorial Committee
011 Transportation arrived hero this evening
, ,, Wltherbce's steam
yacht from Albany
to visit our city for the purpose of Invcstl.
gating the mailer of a proposed canal com
munication of Lake Champlcln with the St.
Lawrence. The committee consist of Sen
ators Wlndom of Minnesota, Sherman of
Ohio. Conkllng of New Voik, Dai is of
West A'lrgliila and Not wood of (ieorgia.
They are accompanied hj the Legislate
Committee of New Yoik and are en loutc
for Montreal wheic they ate to ovimlnotho
wulei ronlcsof New York.
They leave our city to-inoriow and mean
while their distinguished presence is a
source of much plyisiue and liiipoilanc" to
the cltlcns of Hittllngtoii and all who are
inteiested in the proirie's of the cnnnl pro.
'flie Kii-KIiix In Kcnluckj.
Lorisvn 1 k, Sept. 15.
The Ivit-Kluv claim tint the accounts of
affairs given recently in letters in the
Louisville Coiiiier-Jouinal are much ag
gregated, and that the troubles will be
slopped by due course of the law. One
prominent lawyer staled that he had no
doubt that llicic was a large organi.atton
of the Kii-Klux, hut thai many of them
were tcspcctablo and peaceable citizens
who had no sympathy with marauders:
tint within 10 days full disclosuics would
I"' made of the secrets of the order, and
that those who have repented of their con
neetloii with it would assist In suppressing
it. The idea of niaitlal law is not relished,
by any one. A well known lawyer of the
Owen county assei ted that there was 110
established order and that offenders were
merely common thieves and murderers.
The Owen county anthoiltics say that mur
der of the negro Whltestoue Is the only one
which has taken place in their county.
Two of those charged with lids murder
were acquitted at the preliminary cxauilna
lion mid three otheis escaped from jail a
week ago, but they afterwards gave
thcin.-i lvc up I" the authorities, de
cliuing lhe,v could prove nu alibi. Their
cxnnilualloii is set down for to-morrow,
and it is thought they will be bound over.
Owen county people asseit that all con
cerncd in this outrage nre ev-meinls'rs of
the federal armv.
The Construction of Steam Hollers.
WvsinxiiTnx, Sept. IS.
The commission appointed by Hie United
States Government to inquire inlo the
cause of Hie steam holler explosion in order
to determine by 11elu.1l experiment the
best form nnd con-trucllon of safety valves
which shall operate automatically in reliev
ing steam boilers finui pies-nre nf steam
or with certainty automatically In prevent
any Increase of pressure above that at I
which the valve shall be set in-
vile pert uns claiming to have valves of su
perior clllcicncy to submit one to the
conuni-sioii for examination and testing.
All valves presented must have an area of
exactly five square Inches in llielrdisi barge j
openings mid tlnnge for attaching It to Hie j
boiler, and ntu-t be eight inches in dianic. 1
lor. Hat face without boll hole-.
At u meeting of the commission to in
quire into Hie causes of steam boiler ex
plosions, held at Washington, h music-,
solved lo Issue a call upon those who may!
be conversant with facts bearing upon thai !
subject, to lorvvard such Information to
I'he following will probably cover most )
of Hie opinions nnd theories entertained by ,
scientists and engineers on Hie subject. !
First explo-ions cau-odhy gradual Increase j
oT steam pressure.
Second, those caucd by low water and 1
over-heating of plates of boiler
Thlid, those caused by deposit of scdi-,
ment or Incrustation of (lie inner surfaces
exposed to fire.
Fourth, those caused by generation of
explohe gases within the boiler.
Fifth, those caused by elect ileal action.
Sixth Those caused by percussive ac
tion of water in case of rupture of boiler in
I steam chamber Clink and Colburn's the-
Seventh Those caused hv water being
depiivcd of its air.
Eighth Those cause 1 by spheroidal eon
dillon of water.
Ninth Those caused liv
water from tiro surfaces or plates.
The commission intends to experiment
as lo the (rulh or fallacy of these vnrlous
theories, uml to that end will give its earn
est attention to any communications made
to them upon (he subject, which should lie
addressed to Mr. Taylor, secretary of ex
periuiental commission al Treasury De
' parlment, AYaslilngton.
The Kelscy Case.
Xew A'okk, Sept. IS.
It Is expected that the Suffolk county
grand juiy, which meets to-day, will begin
fresh Investigations in tlie Kelscy outrage,
and fresh indictments aro expected, based
on additional revelations already made. Tho
excitement continues through tho county.
Xiuety.flvo per cent, of tho people aro
represented as sympathizing with tho Kel
scy party. It is generally expected that
some ono of the mob who made wny with
him will turn state's evidence
W.vit Dra'AttrxuNT, Oi l ien ov the
I'llim'SlONAbOl-FICKIl, YV ASIIINOTON
D, O., Sept. IB, 1S7U-8 I'. M
On Tuesday, for Xew England, fresh to
I brisk southerly winds, veering to westerly,
higher temperature and generally cloudy
weather with rain,
Kntcrs upon Ills Dudes.
WASIIIMiTON, St'pt, IS.
Alexander It. Sheppard to-day cntcrisl
upon the ofllcu of governor of tho District
of Columbia, llio oath having been adaln.
Istered to him by Judge, McArtiitir, at the
J retldenco of his predecessor,
The Harper Delineation.
Wasiiin'otox, Sept. 10.
A telegram from the special agent en
gaged In examining the accounts of Inter
nal levcnue collector Harper In Illinois
stntes Hint the union tit of defalcation Is
!1S'),719.10, of which sil.lHS.lfi I n de.
flcleney In stamps nnd on lists.
Seierc dale 011 Western Lake,
t f.ssri.s roi'sor.ufcij,
f)Kfi:oli, Mich.. Sept. IS.
A seieie southwesterly gale prevails ut
the l.'pper Lakes to-day. The steimer
Ironsides, of the Milwaukee and drawl
HaW'ii line foundered 'iboiit noon, slv
miles fioin drand Haven. Tin: sea Is run
ning icry heavy. Thicn of the Iionsldes
boats icached shote with tnenly-tlueo per
sons. There me also other boats that have
not yet been heard from. It Is not known
how many persons wcte on board. Six
schooneis have gonooff the beach nt Grand
Haten since Ibis morning.
The Ha) den Kxpcdlllnn.
Xt:v oi:k, Sept. IS.
A letter fioin the Hayden expedition,
dated Rock.v Creek, Colorado territory,
August 81 b, says tills Is the extreme point
lo bo visited and examined by the heads of
the survey this season. A special patty
under .Mr. Gannett will proceed lo Middle
Park, taking on their way the mountains
of the Holy Cross and the Hint River
range. The scientific corps have decided
to change the name of the Sierra Xevada
mountains to the National Range. Tho
two lolly ranges hlthcitu known as Twin
mountains, and named the "Snow Mass
! and the Hlock Pv rnmid" liv the expedition,
it lias now Wen decided to call While
Hume and the Capital, N'carly a score of
peaks have been found from twelve lo
fourteen thousand feel high. The most
striking general result attained by the ex
pedition is the discovery that vast beds of
sandstone In this region, with ovei lying
ei etnecous .hades, are identical with those
thrown up from the custom foot hills of
the Rocky mountains. It would follow '
from this Hint nt the coniparntlvclv recent I
period of the eietnecoiis the great plains
had stretched unbroken far beyond this lo
the westward, nnd that the uplifting of
strain and outpouring of eruptive mateiiat
vv lib all Hie tremendous era-ion that has
carved out the existing ranges, had taken
place since that time.
The I nlei national Exhibition.
Hi i-i .vi.o, Sept. IS.
Tlie International industrial exhibition
will be opened fur the reception of goods
on Thursday next. Gen. Meyer of tlie
Fulled Stales slgiinl service corps to-day
otdeiedafull set of apparatus to be sent
from Washington nnd weather reports will
be printed In the exhibition building. It
is feaicd Hie slonn to-night will prevent
tlieli illiii.il ascension to-morrow.
Ni:w A'ouK, Sept. IS.
A Vienna letter says thai in anticipation
of a large liillux of strangers, pilvate com
panics built elegant hotels upon flat-boats
and lloaled them In the canal, expecting
that they would he largely palroni.ed. The
speculation lias, however, proved a com
plete failure, nnd tlie pmprietots now nsk
the city to pmchiisc them as floating hos
pitals. (Snv. Hlx's r.iisl Vein.
Ain.vxv, Sept. IS.
Gov. Dix ti.ii vetoed the New A'nrk
newspaper 1 lninis bill. He recites the liis
loiy nf the claims, their niigiu nnd action
nlicndy had concerning lliein. nnd says the
(fleet of Hie bill would be to revhu and
reopen a large number of fraudulent or
exorbitant claim-, which have already been
before the courts nf before, the board ot
audit, under chapter :t?S, of the laws of
IS72. and upon which fiction of Hie board
was prevented by Hie claim-nits them
selves. It Is not intimated, as already staled,
that some of these claims may not have
reasonable grounds for a hearing, and If
tlie bill hud provided for tho revival and
continuance of the boatd of apportionment
and audit In order to consider them as it
wns empowered to consider other claims
011 the cil v treasury. I should ehcerliilly
have given it my approval.
Hut lids hill not only takes these eases
nut of Ihe ordinary course of official or ju
dicial examination, and adjustment by
locating ait extraordinary board of appeal
and aibllralion, but it places the latter un
der icstiicllons which might be very un
just to the city by giving validi'y to fratt
dulent (lcnnnds against it. These restric
tions would operate solely for the benefit of
dlshnncst claimants. No honest one needs
them. The bill is not only objectionable
on account of these old claims but because
It embraces nil claims of the same nature
prior In the 1( of May, 1673, reviving the
1 board of apportionment and audit fur tlie
pin pose of disposing of them and making
lis awards subject lo appeal lo the com
missioners. It applies the same process of adjust
ment lo claims for vv ork done under n re
I01111 government as to llus-e which mote
under a faithless and unscrupulous admiu
Islratlon which preceded it. Advertisement
under I lie former can lie paid for like all
other w nik ordered by it, by proper ac
counting officers, and there is no reason
why It should bo exempt from tlie ordinary
rules of examination and settlement,
llnld on Kalian radnines.
I'lULAIiEU'IlfA, .Sept, IS.
In the raid 011 the Kalian children to-day
the police nindo 183 arrests, Including ,10
girls; nine houses, wcic visited and the
pniironcs were also captured.
In lug to he Drought to New York.
New Yoiik, Sept. 15.
Detectives Irviug and Dusenbury start in
a few days for San Francisco to bring Jno.
T. Irving here to testify relative to the
' iiu.vws ins MONKY.
In obeying to tho peremptory writ of
mandamus, Usual by Judge Fanehcr of tho
Supremo Court, Commissioner Van Xort
of tho Department of Public Works, to-day
drew his requisition on the finance depart
ment. Dy tho Cable.
Qceexstown, Sept. 15.
The M itT.er'flaclle from New York has
The Yellow Fever.
New YonK, Sep!
THE SltCAHoM. at 'Mfftr.vr.Ponr.
The Superintendent of the Western
I.'ulou Telegraph Company at New Orleans
telegraphs to the company hero to-day that
uo telegraph iranofers proper can be made
with Slircvcp ut as manager llo is dying
and llio operator w ho went then' fiom here
has nn money for lint purpose. I hale
tlimsfetied inu'iey, however, through n
banking house without cost, and can trans-
I fee whatever may offer unless the banking
house at Shrevepott should be clvcd by
Sickness. The last messenger nt Shrove,
poll Inyed down sick lids motnlng. No
report of of the afllletion can possibly ex
Hggeratetheaelii.il condition of the town.
Clxl.iNN.VII, Sept. IS.
Pi I vii te dispatches leeched here of busi
ness men that, then; is terrible suffering nt
Shrevcport, La., on account of yellow fever
and ask for assistance. The attention of
tho chamber of commerce was called lo
tho subject to day and one thousand dol
lars appropriated lo be dispensed under Hie
direction of Hie president and board of olll.
Treasurer Spragnn's Ca'e.
Nkw Youk, Sept. IS.
The warient for tho arrest of city treas
urer Spraguoof Hrooklyn charges him Willi
embezzlement and malfeasance In nflhe.
When the narrcnt win served lie wns
found sick in lied nnd nn otlleer was de
tailed to watch the promises. District At
torney Ilritlon while expre-slng no insu
rance on the question of personal gulil be.
lieved that one way lo clear the mitterlip
is to .bring the ease to honest ttlal. If Mr.
Sprague is clear handed thai will appear,
If lie is not then he will hive lo lake the
Cliicvoo, Sept. IS.
A billiard tournament, at which piles to
Hie amount of $3,000 will bo awarded, has
been arranged to commence lieie on the 1st
of November next.
The lile (Sen. .MeCook.
Chicago, Sept. IS.
A special Irain beating the lenidus of
den. Edwin S. MeCook, who was n-su-si-nated
at A'anktoii nn Friday, pasted
through this city jesterday en rote to Cin
cinnati, The body was accompanied by
Gov. Iliirbanl; and a number of the miwt
I prominent citizens of Dakota.
From New York.
Nkw Youk, Sept. IS.
TIIK WAIAj.sriIKKr hl'sl'K.NSto.s.
Tho Tribune thinks tlie suspended Val
street film of Kenyon, Cox A: Co.. may
liaye been considerably weakened by Dan
iel Drew's refusal to aid it when caught
some weeks since in the northwest corner
engineered by Jay Gould nnd II. X. Smith.
TIIK I'lHIIMM.VOK FCUCl: Till: KVNUICT-M
or TIIK cntsAiiKs liKvtvtxo.
An Ar.ictican pilgrimage t jthcshiinosof
Europe Is being discussed in the utlin-lio-man
Catholic circles of this country. Arch
bishop McCloskey stated yesterday that no
decided means had been taken.
vmitiiki: cm: nook assvci.i.
One Walter Hray has been uricstcd for
striking with a car hook hi 11 quarrel, Sat
unlay, on the front platform of a Third
avenue car, John 15. Crcgnihi, an Italian,
in the employ nf the street cleaning de
partment. The hitter's skull is fractured.
Re slill continue senscle-s, and It is
thought he will die.
noMt foi:(ik::v .viivin iKtt in nvn.
Judge Fanehcr this morning, admitted
to hall Jas. AY. Johnson and James A".
A'atcs. arrested for altering forged Central
railroad bonds, the former in gSO.OOl) on
the first of twenty-nine indictments, and
ijt,000 on each of tho others, the latter in
sJS.000 on the first fifteen indictments. 1
4!.00O on each of the others.
.Mow Viirli Modi una .tlniii'i AlorKel.
Nl.IV Y'OIIK, Sept. 18.
Monty was easier at llio close Willi soul!!
loans at ft per cent., with the hulk r laislues nt
from 0 to pild.
CarrMni! rales were from I to r, per com our
rciioy Tho clearings at Ihe liold Kxchanne lo-da
Treasury (llsimrsenicnts in-day emomiiod In
The Customs receipts lo-d.i.v niiioiiiilcd to
There was an Improved loellwr1 In thinnolnl
It Is slated that parties in ihe Canada s.,mih.
em Interest will meet oil Tliursilav next, when
llio company will probably he reconstructed on
a s.iand basis and Its present embarrassment
Mocks were ni-sleralely active i:iie showed
tlio widest rtiictuatloiis. The reHirt tli.it pre
ferred slock has been placed on resrular call
on London i:chutiso sent II up ; percent slue
.H.Utirdav, closing nt V , 11 73 ev-dlvldcnd..
O'lier cluuujoi not sti tklnsr.
(old closed at 111.
Money at 7 per cent ycln.
Statu bonds quiet,
Tho following aro tho cluslnt,- ipictntluns:
IT, s, Ks'sl ro'f uevCl wcl.ind, colinn
U. S. ds'sl cotlimil.lio;.
bus .v cln.
IT. H. Mm. 'ia reu'. .113,',
X. .1. Central
U. St. M"s M' coup. HSjlt 10k Island
IT. h M'W Minimi, 113V,
.Mil. .V St. Paul
IT. S. MUS XW uld..r,.S,
IT. S MOH Wi lH'VV.Il.Va
U. S MIS, 'HI 11
IT, H M'M'As 116
V.H f.s new IIS1,
lf. s. HMOs reg....1l.
do. Divferictt... l'.sV
iT. W. AW mif
do. prelcrrcd.. so
Fort VVn.viie .... VI
Alton and TeiH'
r h. in-jnscoiipon.us
do. prcli 11, it. , . Ut
currency rs US', Clilcapi ,t Alton.. ion,
Delaware iindlluil- I do. preferred. .. 103
son cnnnl Ill.'i, Ohio ,x .Vlllsslppl. 37,
Mariposa illcllick. A West, t'si,,
d( pre!.,.... ,11 ision, lluiilord.v,
C'auK 11 W 1 Krlo a
I'onscltdated Coal M C. c. liidtnua
cumterland 75 , Central Ss.V
O. II. a: ()
Hannibal. v. .St. Jo.
Central Pucltlc... w;
Union 1'aclllc 7
do. oreferrt'd. 35
I'aclOc Mall 4Sf
Adams V.xnress... 01
iTonncssco cs si
Wells, rural Co. It
do. new.... n
ti v, 1 do. new-.... W
United Mates Kx
.11 issom 1 os vi
New York C'ciilral
ic II. It. li loav
do prcfeircd V,
do. preferred.. ltri
Michigan tviilral.. M'4
Lake Mtoro 4 Mich
Illinois Central... !
St. Joseph SS
Id. 6s new
.1UI ill VlllUlllllb lSt
Cleveland & ruts
South Carollim lis.. 32
hurL'...-. M1. do. netv.
Clilcnkit North- Kxclinnk'e, Iong...lW,
western Do, shorl loas
do. preferred. 14 I
,Vcn York Produco Jlnrkui.
New Y'obe, Sept, IS.
Coiros-In fair request for bplnnlng at ,V0
dccllcaoDvl prudes except ordliiary Biimll of
ferlDgs of new cotton on wharf and to arrive nl
tJC COuCCSSlou, ouicaui J.i iv uuii.aui.su.-ivi lur
rLOCIl.-.l(CCOipis, w,wil uois.
Tho market Is
dull and h(vf lor ull zrndes except eupcrmie
ana Tto. duiuiii oi wnicu blue 13 num.
Kilesof it.vw barrels at fj noftjil ssfor tUwr
ine XVestcra and state j joorjeixi for com
monlo froorl Extra western nnd stale; tos
7r, for irood to choice dot 7 r, it s us fUi
tominon to choice white vtlictt vresleru fclra
M T.' to s for cmuiuoii to good extra Ohio;
Jf 00 (fjll to for common to choice extra st
J.011IS. Situ kct closed dull.
Iirn ruii'it, Tho maiKet li quiet tuid .Un.
chotiifcd nt 4 0sr.T0.
Cons mkai. The inuifcet for rorh meal h
quiet nt 3ii.Vrf.lNj for Western I JS so to 4 0
Wiiiskkv. 'inn market Is 1 cent huttcr at
VYiikat. Ilcceipls 4?r.,t.K5 hush, The market
mole nctllo nnd is le. lower. Holders nro ills
jstsed lotcall7o nnd offer stock freely, Ikodc
inaiid lieliuf chlcllj forexpoit, Sales of SjJ,t)
Push ll.Wauo for relected spring fl 40 to 4C
fi.rNo a spitntrjll r.l lorlonasprliifti tl to tu
1 cl fo fair to nnd strictly prlino No 11 Chlrnjros
Il3f0rvcr.vcholcodoil.(isiol.c7 lor vrlnter
re.l western : II cs tol 70 for nmher western ;
1 70 Tur white western j $1 "0 winter Canada In
bond. The market closed a llttlo steadier with
Canada In tjond at fo.
IIvk 'Jhe market Is steady for prim". Mies
of uyDO hushels unsound ( '.itnid.i a In horel at
ll.vtit.KV. The market Is quiet. rules or
(i,ow Imjiiels 4 rowed suite nold nt 1 1 SS.
Iluituv JUi.t. Mnrkcl Is Rte.liiynndln fair
n'rpiest ; ori hiHlielsctmlce cniiada vrcsWrn nt ,
fl I.Ml'llKlltC pi Ice,
coii.v.-l.'ceelpu 5011,20.1 tinslicrs. Tho market
active, 5: IiIkIh r ehleily for homo Irndn, halrsi
of sa,vx) hush nl oPrffUke forstetimcr Western
mixed! 1W..1MVC r,n- .sail do; five for Ii1l.1i
ulxed and Yellow western j f,' rf.TOj rorvrtiftc
(tiTs-liiei lpis t!i,KJi hush. -Market opcutsl
n Mind,, licilei wiih rnlr demand, falcs t3,w)
ii Miets nt 4s to is ; for prime mixed western
ulloni j istoi.t', Hn(l4(lfi.i'iinsi,iiiid(TOi 4sttsio
for white west,.,'!, . jTi,ij.rn.i.inni'.ln.,....,
.,,,;!mwn"' kd Is (iilitniid 111 in at wa'.
v'lii'l'i " p " 23itH'- ror Riute nnd l'cnnx.vi-
llvv.-.vnrl;it Is quirt and firm Ms to 81 for
ilni'SllilteLnlKt Klcmli. U.iliunrri l.ilf.nib
iUotcil al r,ie; citiorni;S 11, (,,.
mWWH H """ Itrm.
Scimh. Mnrkci Is dull ; mi,' p, i.uo i ...fin.
Invnts ids .. SalesofoohlHisni (n,
Moi.vs.'J!. The m.irkel Is quiet nod Hi in.
nl s'."ai;. c '' ",1('.t I enroll 1111
.. ,1i'l';V!iV:"7'""'n",' M'.' is urm nml nomi
nal at n.v for crude 11 nd 17i for retlned.
Tj'tnl sleek ot 'finlu In wnri'le. iv "n-pt. lath.
Hat ley Mult 5.0r4
P011K. 'I he mark'ei Is In tii ii- demnnil; new
incsi ilTTr, for ii'-vv 1111 s : -11; M for old do
llhKi', Mnrkel Is dull ut s ( 10 u) for plain
mess; it jrnn.ia m tor extra do.
P.t.t.r ll.vjis. .vtiuki 1 is quiet nt twice, for
eoiniiioii to prime lots.
Tii.iuk lltKf Malkei 1, qule, nt ib.17o ror
prime mess 1 tsmsur) ror India mess.
Cct.Mkvts. .Market Is liady at BJ, lor hams:
s', lor shoulder ; middles tlrrn : lelnf eleni
s1,!' ; stioit rlhs nml shoulders nt a; lomrrletir
mi SJHd ut s.i...
I.viiii. Mniki I Is ncilve ; old western
sleillil ut S'
llrnni. .vinrkel is ami with r.itr ilenmni'l nt
li;'j.v ror rati- 1.1 piime western t i:iv.:ivt for
(iir -E. Mai k l li quiet and ilrm at
ii'U ,t lor fiilrln !nh:ie Stale fnctorj.
(TUitliitu.) & uniiaUiuii Woorta.
.ti;s' 11 or pi: coh.vki:.
c I. n T II 1 N u,
ii i:ts' n'liNi.siiiNt; titMiDs;
II A 'l"s A N 11 C A I's
v r co?T
run nn. xii.XT 10 nth
to mat 0 rixmi fur
r a 1. 1 1: o it i) .s .
Vt.VsllN .-. .IKIIKIIVVsKI
I. 11 I' II 1 N ti
l5i:TV Ft itN'iSllJNU IIOODM.
n v k iirii.i'rs,
All L'liules inr Mens' and Hoys' wear.
Fine llliie ami Oliie
II li A V K it s ITS.
Itl.VO.lN'.vl. sCITb iAI.r. STYf.KS.
CANl'V CASslMKIil; st ns
(if even de.se ,-11111011,
11.ml1 shown wltli p'e.isur .11. ' -old ut prV' .
Hint d"i itellt.,u.
A. O. CCX.NlXniIA.V,
No. ! Ci.snai st., oprnisitolho Itcrstt,
riUiot.1? ami .Shoes." ,
q. 1: r. a t it j: dTT'FTIvx
'Ihe ifmit e.xolteiiieni now prevallhirln Kui
I.1111I Is, win re can i) Man, Woman iV i hltd vet
th. lie.t i:ii(1i 01: sum: for the smalten
annum of moiiev.
Now, i ll l.c ns of Itniluml uml vicinity, I claim,
and do 11N, siaie, thai I can sell un ou ttilr.k.
imiull.v kepi lii 11 iii-su liisi Hot. 1 and Shoe stoic
ns cheap, or eyeu chetiiier, llliiu can ho louuu
this side or it.iston of New York- market.
P. s. please etill Ueforo purcliii',tntf else
where, uml 1 IhliiK Uud vi 11 w III ha convinced
dicrorc lruxluir ttial Hie ulslte slliteinelit Is
(snivel. Yours i-i-spe -tfull,
V. II. l!()s.
No, Miichaiits' I ww. liiitlniid, vi.
store'ioinieilv (R-ciipted try French .V It.irntws.
-:V LINK OF FA 1,1. HOODS.
UXIIinV AMI OfM
FINK HOOTS AND SlIOKS.
CAM. AND sKi: TII1VI.
i). YV. CUItltlhlt,
No, ii. MHuuixm' l!o, iicn.tsii.
Mi:.'S' Kir HOtlT-S. Whole Slock
lliind made, 13.1. ill .Xo, (1 .Vlf rchanls'
now. 01 w. cniiiii:u,
i:.'s' i!i'i!in:it hoots, iiomjhtiH'-
lorc the late rlsc,t:i.ro, at
ft. w. ciNtniKirs.
No, fl Merchants' ItoW,
ffVUItVliODY Miould visit Hie Hoot
Vj mid sins Cuiiivrliiiiiof
(i. w. ci nuii:ii,
No. ii, Merchants' How, llutland
DISSOLUTION XOTICi:. -The co,
IsutiuTdilp or IMrter, I'.llion ijiowcs,
Is this (lav ihssolted h iiiuiual eorecnt. The
Uuslm i-. will hceotutiiinsl under Hi tlrm namo
01 i,ilt.oii,v Dowui, thc.v nssunilnif all tho In
d htcdnt!, ,,( im, latu tiui, aud lo whom all
(Ivies ntuM i'c raid.
' FAUHAND I'AKKEn,
K. 1'. GlLhON.
West Hutltind, f-pt. 1, isto. uaiiTSwst