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THK JUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MOJ.N1NG, SEPTEM1JE1, 23. 187..
Thf ituttond Daily (Mobc.
I't I'.DAY. SKPTIIMIlKFt 2!, l";n.
vlllltt.lt. V.Mi DKl'AIITI'liK III' NltlX.
iiuisi arhivi: .11 mim.w,
I i-jtn HeltoiV falls. H4i) i "):S0 it. In., "2:1" K
sisn p. ia,
HUMIiitttnri Will A -HiCJii.m., U:ts :: i
Port Hour), MliSa a, in
'JcLnliurLon, R:iu p. in., ito i". p.
snmiMsn.'liMiin, iu Oim i, in,
sutein, lno t4:Si) o. iii (:iu X li p. in.
1K.UNS lkiu iinnsii.
for llclluws Falls, IS:WA;l:C(in,M.,'I2:li i"0
" llurllmttoii, luSA 'nuMi. in., wU'Wur,
" 1'nit llciirj, knap, in.
lleniiltiitton, l!t:i 'MOn. in., .V ti!:3 p. in.
" HnratOKn, trM n. m A" 'Sim p. in,
" "nlem, liiio A: t(;0o n. in., "l:ou : P. m.
Mall Train r.Ml.vcif.
Iliirlci.i Kxtcnslon way, P.oso. in., iinils.wi p. in.
Knsterii way, tuna. lu.
''t oy Vfll.V, 1.40p. 111.
'I rov , l.4i) p. in., 3.CU p. in., mill 9.!m p. in.
vlhain, ts.40 p. in., 3.30 p. in., anil !.: p. In.
Huston, 11,40 o. in., nml n.m p. in.
fnnadns, l.tr, p. in.
Northern way, 2.o p. in.
U irltnt-ton, s.6o p. in. ami s.Sn p. i.i.
s.i ntoi;a w ay, 3.i p. in.
Nr v Vorfc, n.mi p. in. ami two p. id.'
i ui noctcut Ulier wny, 9.90 p. ni.
WnxlliK'k wnv, (Stoirc) l.Cio p. in.
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"tira-Minn're (sno,ei I'. m.
Harlem Extension way, i.50 p. in,
Kastoni way, v.vn p. m.
Troj way, 4.k p. in.
Tmy, 1.4-Mi. in., 11,43 u. in. nnd 4.u i. i.i
Albany, 11.41. a. in., AM ami tUO p, in.
Ilostnn, 1,40 a. in. unit 2.W p. In.
lunulas, 12.40 a. m.
Northern nny, ll.S a. in.
Hurllnirtan, li.40 nnd a. m.
Saiatoif.i ny, 11.44 a. in.
New York, 11.45 n. in. anil 4.K. p. m.
ciinncetleiit Itlver way, h. 13 j. in.
Woodilock Way, (slaRe) ll.w a. in.
Clilltenilen, (Tne-itajs nnits.itunt.iVH lo.a
'lOCKiirniffe (tuiei, jt. in. j
?-3r-fnlla ,v III lio lirmimMi' plnfil nt Ini.knf.l. !
'l'cillionr: nil letters ilepoiltett In Hid Micct
naves nil! la rollecti'il nt s.irainl ll.nnn. m
li.Ui, 1,311, 0.0.1 and last tfillectlon fur nil lilifiit
inn IK nt si.oop. m. .Ml Idlers ilcxwlte.il In the
Letter nnx nt I lie Ileot will lie, collected liv
Kmite ApentH ll inlnule.s previous In the lie.
inrture nt each malt train
DASHES I1EKK AMI TIII'.ttK.
The Mill sets to.nlglit at 5:i0 j iise. In.
inoirow morning at fiiOO.
.V fipecial nicctlng of the (i. A. 1!., Post
I'oberls, tills Tuesday evening nt their hall
In the fti.onr. lllock at 7i oVlock p. m.
Hon. Justin H. Merrill, l. S. Hennlor
from Vermont, Is registered nl the Pniktr
At the Kireiiii'iis inustcr in lir.iltlcburo, i
on Saturday, tho resident lire companies of
Ihat place gave an exhibition of their
powers, after the prizes had been awarded,
Willi the following lcsult : Ilydiopalli
Xo. !), 102 feet 0 Inches ; PJuenW Xo. 0,
'J89 fees 8 inches ; Western of West Ilrat
tleboro, 17!l feet tl inches. This speaks
well for the elllelcucy of P.r.iltleboro fire
men nnd tho department,
A .semi-monthly pajuris iwtied at Hum
don called the "(Jieen Mountain Hoy,"
which is devoted to the interests of Young
America. It is printed in neat foim and
chows considerable youthful cntcrpiisc.
liullaud IinllroadMock (common) soM in
Itoston on Saturday, for Mo.
Cornwall, in Addison County, is becom
ing as famous for onions ns 'Weallicr.sfleld,
Conn., lined to be. Tliu crop this year
looks llnely. There, will probably be 15,.
000 bushels harvested, w bleb nusrht to bring
1.00 per bu-hel.
Michael Whelan, laboicr, and Henry
Walsh, freight conductor on Ihe Central
Vermont, were nucstcd on Friday hist at
Hurlington for petty larceny in having
stolen a small quantity of whiskey nnd rum
by tapping sundry kess while in transit.
They were brought up nnd furnished $!)0
linll each for their appearance lit Iturllng
ton October 10th.
Tho September term of the Chittenden
county court opens to-day. 201! cases on
the law docket and 82 set for jury trial.
Snow fell at F.nt (Jcorgia on Friday
night, and two boys were r-ccn mow-ball-Ing
at Georgia on Saturday morning. That
is a cold country. We don't expect such
an arrival heio for a month fir two.
Tho Ilurllugtou Free Pre says: "'In
the severe gale of Friday night the. pro
peller Grand Isle, dipt. Shepardson, of the
Northern Transportation Line, en route
from AVhllehall to this port, with a laige
tow consisting of ten barges, met just noith
of "Wcstport the little steamer Water Lily,
having in tow tho new and large steam
dredge owned by Luther Whitney of Keese
vlllo Tho sea was so heavy that the Lily
could not handle tlm dredge, so the Grand
Isle added both to her tow. When about
half way between AVestport and the Ver
mont shore the dredge broke, loose, and the
l.ily then went after her. The night 'was
very dark and the force of the wind terri
fic, but tho I.ilysooiullscovcrcd tho dredge,
and they managed to work over to F.sse.
and sccuio a harbor. The Grand Islo had
great difficulty in bringing her tow Into
port, but she did so without damage. Tho
gale was one of the wornt experienced on
Lake Chnmplain for years.
An excursion party numbering bcvenly
live neisons went from Iltibbardton to
Mr. Geo. C. Xcwniau, an enterprising
young man of Poultney, Uubotlt to remove
permanently to the West. The Jltillttin
truly says : " Wc can hardly afford to lose
our young men and Mr. .Newman will be
much missed In public and private life."
S. W. fitlmson, sheriff of 'Windsor coun
ty, and II. II. Lockwood, of the well
known firm of liaymond it Lockwood of
Ludlow, passed through town yesterday
m route for tho west.
.1. W. Fisher, the lie caterer mid saloon
keeper In Qulnn's Itlock, has hung out a
handsome lamp In front of his establish,
.Mr. Charles E. Stevens, a former re
spceted citizen ot St. Albans, has removed
to Itutland and tnken tho ladles furnishing
goods storo lately occupied by the Into Miss
Rosamond Mower on Merchants How,
Itutland has plenty of room for buslmys and
thorough business men.
Hon. F. K. AVoodbridgu of Vergeiiiii's,
and Hon. Horace Fairbanks of St. Johns-
bury, aio registered at tho Fifth Avenuo
I Intel, and Hon. llradley llnrlow at the Gil
soy House, New York.
A pet canine, tbo valued property of n
well known gentleman bachelor whoso
lodgings tiro on Muln street, has disturbed
tho residents of that neighborhood of lato
by continued nnd Iricpresblble bowlings at
night, keeping tho denizens f that locality
lu anything but a blissful state of inliul
tho women verging on distraction and tho
men lloatlng In u sea of revenge, against
said animal. Whether It Is because hU
master has been ill for some days past, or
lor 6oiuo oilier reason, It is not known, but
at any rato (ho bachelor Is earnestly re
quested to "call off his dog.''
Five hundred sheep were sent to Coll
lorula, last week, by Messrs. Hammond fc
Ssvcranco sf Middlebury,
Charles M.wn, of Qucclice, entered n
I00 pair of horses from Canada nt the
cutom limno it co-ling MOO, nnd now '
buys them from the government for 3"0. !
Cephas Htoiic wns brought before Justice
.Marshall yesterday nfternoon on a charge
of breach or the pence, preferred by Police
man William. I), E. Nicholson np.
pencil for tho respondent, and Geo. E,
Lawrence for tho prosecution. The case
bcliii somewhat scandalous In character,
brought together quite n crowd of amuses
incut loving citizens, who were regaled
with considerable gossip of nn Irrelevant
nature to tbo case, regarding the alleged
connection of the said policeman with a
female wltncs In the rase. A Jury was
cnipnnnclcd from the busy precincts of
Merchant'? How, and quite a sensation, of
ii btief nattiie, was dished up for the edifi
cation of llie crowd. Tho insult, some
what unexpected to many, wns n convic
tion nml a fine ot iSfi mid costs, upon which
the ilcfendiiiil gave ball In thesuin of S!i00,
Cow ICili f.o. The Incoming express
l.oln frnm Itnrlln.rtmi vr,l..,-,1ni- nftPl-nnnn
-t .-- .-
run over nntl killed a row nt the crossing
near the depot In this villaije. The aulmal
wa? the property of Mr. lturke of Franklin
M reel, n ml who was In the net of taking
the property afore.nld home ftom the
pound where it bad been placed for safe
keeping. Hut nlas ! poor bossy she only
jumped as ll Here "from the frying pan,"
(inclining the pound) "Into the lire" (cow
l lir .Vnlliiiuil Trust rompuii).
The above well known Institution, of
Xcw Yoik, which has suspended, lias for
its Sccretnry Mr. JamesMcrrill, the former
cashier of tho Iiutland County Nntlonal
Hank, of this village. About 1,000 of Its
stock Is owned in Itutland. A private let
ter has been recently received from Mr.
Merrill, since the suspension of the bank,
saying that Ihey are nil right and will pay
dollar for dollar, tho stock being unim
paired. This Is good news for the stock
holder? heio, and to Ihe many Iriends of
Secretary Merrill in this yicinlty.
Fiidii.v ln-t we were favoied 'with :i
drenching rain which lasted tbo whole day,
thereby raising the streams and gladdctiliur
the hearts of many of our manufacturers
who were complaining ery much of the
scant supply of water.
Charles Dewey of this village U the poi
scssor of one of the finest .stallions Unit we
have ever seen. He is live yews of ago.
stands llftccn hands high, and of it bright
bay color. Ho was sited byn full Humble
Ionian from a thoroiichhrcilmaic, who was
sired from an impoitant dam, and he never !
fails of nttiiifllng great attenlion wlicn
driven Ihtough our slicel-. .Mr. Dewey
some thicc yeais ago sold a valuable pair
of cart lage horses to u gentleman in iew
York-, who has several limes offeicd him a
handsome sum for the uIkivo mentioned
hor.-e, but lio does not appear to be very
particular about parting with him.
Owing to llie defective arrangement of
the county court bou-e by the architect
who devi-ed llie same, the committee up
pointed by the citizens of this village for
that purpose, bnve contracted with Chas.
F. Anthony lo thoroughly nniodel the
same, and work lias accordingly liecu com
menced upon it, and when completed it is
Intended that it shall be second lo none In
the state. The names of llie Jcommittco
appointed to supervise tin; repairs are a
suie giiaiiintee thai it will lie thoroughly
Tho leeliuc committee of the V. M. A.
promUe our citizens a rich tieat, this win
ter, lu the course of lectures jast arranged
and which will be delivered under their
aus'iicos at Library Hall. The following
iminent lalent has been engaged : Hon.
X. P. Hanks, Paul 11. Du Chaillti, Grace
Greenwood, lireto Harle, Prof. Morse of
Salem, Mass., and Prof. Wvlio of Cornell
University. In addition to these Prof. F.
Iiradford will give readings if his health
permits. Tlm association have incurred
considerable expense to secure tho above
list, and wo trust that the citizens of tho
town and village will uphold them In their
ittcnipt to give us a first-class lecture
Thcie has been cut from a garden on
Pleaant street seven stalks of corn the
shortest of w hich measured eleven feet, and
tho longest eleven feet nine Inches inlenglh
If that can be beat we should like toliear
Tho Congregational Sabbath School havo
nn excursion some dav the present week.
It bus not been ttecided yet where to go,
the school being about equally divided be
tween Xoith Adams nnd Itutland.
The ninny fiiends of Geo. W. Harmon
will be pleased to hear that he is pro
nounced by his physician to be out of dan
ger, and bis speedy recovery Is now hoped
At Ihe MtthodUt church, last Sabbath
morning, ltev. Dr. Hawley delivered the
second of a seiies of sermons upon tho
subject of prayer, taking bis text from
Matt, vli ll 0, which was listened to by n
large congregation. This church was or-
gimlzed.Iii 1827, and In 1833 tho stone
church on Main street (Mill used) was
erected. Among the many clergymen who
havo been stationed hero since Hint tlnienin
the ltevs. Cyrus Pilndlo, first pastor,
Heniy lliuton, C. II, Wllklns, Ensign
Stover, S. P. William-1, J. E. Howeii, now
P. E. Troy dist., II. O. Meeker nnd ltev.
It. Hiittioy, D. I)., present pastor, now In
second year. The church Is one of tho
largest In town, having '212 active mem
bers and tfil probationers, and the estimated
value of the church property is S10.B00.
Total numlier connected with tho Sabbath
bchool Is 278, viz., 88 officers and teachers,
and 210 scholars. Tho total amount con.
tributcd for benevolent purposes during
the past year wns 290.87. Tho Sabbath
school library has lately been Increased by
the, addition of 200 volumes, thereby mak
ing the whole number over 000 volumes,
lu addltlou to thcso.thu church lms erected
n chapel some thrco miles from tho village,
In which s ervlco Is held nenrly every Sab
bath, with which Is connected a school of
alxiut forty nicmbcis.
Nov. .1. II. Webster, presiding elder of
tho Cambrldgo district, will preach in the
Methodist church noxt Sabbath. h.
Alleu ifc Drew, 27 Merchants' How, are
selling goods nt cost for 30 days, to closo
out stock t lints, Caps, Furnishing Goods
and Heady Mado Clothlug. Good Goods
at Ty low prlcea.
T II E M 0 X E V P A X T C
tuij ovi:K..iir..v' 'riui.m'itv,
WHAT 19 filKKLY TO nr. DONE.
Statement of Suspended Hanks.
TISI! SITUATION .MOMJAV.
actio.v or sr.cr.r.i'Aiiv imciiaisdso.v
Xkw Youk, Sept. S2 Ti-lft a. m.
The official statement Is made this morn
ing that thcasslstnnt tiensurer will continue
to purchase live-twenty bonds In accord
ance witli ins notice of Satmday, paying
for them in currency nt the nvcrngc prices
of sales on that day. Secretary Richard
son said last night he did not see how ho
bad the power to do nny moie than buy
bonds, and all the (IvctwenliesolTeicd will
bo bought without delays or red tape. The
government, the secretary added, "Is not a
trust company or loan in-tiliilioti. and ll Is
doubtful whether Congicss would sanction
nny such construction of my power.'
Till: I'KKSlllCXl AMI VAMilTIIII.I.
The follow intr is the substance of mi hi
torweu wilb Coiiiiiiiiiloic Vniideihilt l,it
night! lie had during the day enjoyed a
very ncrcealile interview Willi President
Grant. He bad not made it loiinal piopo
sillon to the president, as bud been icpoi t
ed, Ihat he would furnish tlm sum of i?IO.
(100,000 under ccitaln (ondltions. but had
merely said In conversation with the picm
dent and several other gentlemen that
something should be done to make money
easier, and he would willingly lend his aid
to that end. lie bad then announced In
formally that !f the government nrnlhrr
parlies could in any way fu,-iil-li 10.lil'l,.
000, or that amount of seciulties to llie
banking association, lie would lie nee lo
furnish d0,000,0'j:. Whether hi, offer
would be accepted or not. or whether the
government would lake any steps in tbe
lnatlei. he was Ignoinnt. but hoped m.uic.
thing would icrtiilnly be done to ninke
money easier until the crWs was p.i-l.
VAXiiKiiati.T nr.n sk- n v a t u i unv
TheTillmneiiseiisiilitorially that lo.tlny
opens with Ihe gloomy pro-peels, immedi
ately duo to the tniluie of Coiniiiodoie Van
dcrhilt, president of llie Lake Slioie rail-
ron,, l,a-v' ,vl"11 upon, a call loan
for l,?f.0,0lM) negotiated with the Union
Trust company, wlieicol his son-in-law.
the late Horace t Clink, i,as president,
nir m.rAn;n.(i m;oi:i:iai:v or nn: r.mx
ir.tvr comi'anv at j aimik.
Up lo midnight tho detectives had not
niicstcd the defaulting secretary, Caiiotnn,
of the Union Trust company. Ills defal
cation is ascertained to lie fully 6.100,(10(1.
Xr.w Yoim;, Sept. 2'.' S: 1.1 n. m.
IIIU HUM'S. KXIIIA.MIK to 1IHM.MX CI.Os;ti.
It is believed that neither the stock ex
change nor 'lie banks will open this morn
ing; mi tho other baud -Mr. Camp, general
manager of Ihe clearing hou-e, s.ild lu nn
interview nl 1(1 o'clock la-l night thai
every check passed in the icgitlnr way
through the clearing house will be paid.
The banks mo in no danger, and there is
no thiighl of their suspension. They were
never stronger than Ihey are lo-day, and
the action of the haul; officers Saturday
made them loubly strong.
iiiini.ow wi:i:n on iitr, sm ,wio.
Thurlow Weed visited AVnll sticet dur
ing the height of the excitement Saturday .
He said in conversation yesterday that we
were now simply paying one of Ihe penal
ties of our great wnr j that tho usury laws
instead of licius repealed, should bo made
ten times stronger and more effective j that
those who have combined lo lock up money j ; ,. it.i,iUy oi the Stock nnd I (old Ex
should bo imprisoned wbciover found ; t rhanse Tl'ie repmt imblislicd Unit a urn
that he is not a director, but merely n nu t1(. K,vinu' banks would be made to
stockholder nf Ibe Union Trust company. ,iay sr.itlier piemalure. A loiiratound
a iiiiriv or va.niiki.'Iiii.i. , tiie ea-l side at noon fntiiid everything
John V. L. Pruyn, of Ihe Union Tru! j quiet, and moie depo-it tliandialls nie
company directors, is icportcd by the Trl- being made. The banks me generally
bune ns saying Hint the seouiilio ofl'ered i availing themselves of the provisions of
by Commodore Vauderbilt on Saturday lo I their diailci. which empowers llieni lo
the company for the loan made In Lake I compel sixty days notice fioin ilepos'ilms
Shore were not by any nie.in sufficient to
cover the loan.
SEN'ATOl! MOirtOS OX 1 111' ( I'lllll NCV lli:-
Senator .Morton said yesterday, assuming
that tho forly-four million giccnbaeks wctc
issued, tho question wns how lo get them
Into ciiculnlion. Tho government could act
a9 a purchaser of lis own bond's, but could
not come into the market ns a lender.
risK AMI ll.VUil HOI'i: lo UUsCMK.
Fisk it Hatch hopo to resume thi week
if tho panio doe. not continue,
XA1IOXAI. l.irK IXnl'IIAXCK COMl'.VM.
Tho Times says there were no giound
for pictendlng, ns did a Sunday paper,
that tho National Life Insurance company
of Wellington, of which Jay Cooke is n
director, would collapse. The Xew Yoik
agent of tho companynssoits that for every
loan now existing the company hold col
laterals which nie woilh double tlieamouiil
Nkw Yoiik, Sepl. 22.- 1(1 a in.
"I II IS VSIOJC TISI'nT COMl'.VXV.
Tho following notice is po.-led on the
door of the Union Trust conipnny i "Tills
institution Is in tho hand? of n receiver, A
statement of its affairs is being piepaied
and will soon be made public. Depositors
nro cautioned nsaln-l sacrificing Iholr ac
counts," The feeling lu the sticet Is better, and
hopes nro expressed that the panio will
spend Itself to-day. Still, everything Is In
vol veil In uncertainty.
Nkw Yoiik, Sepl, 22.- -10.10 a. m.
The following notice bns just been i".
Tbo Now Yoik Stock Exchange will ic
mnln closed to-dny. A meeting of ,tho
governing committee will be held to
morrow morning at l)j o'clock.
II. O. Chapman, Picsldent.
Tho Sun says yesterday afternoon
Messrs. Opdyke, Sdlgman, Clows and a
dozen others weio at tbo coufeienco nt
which tho letter, under Ilcvcrdy Johuson's
dictation, was written to tbo president, it
recited In brief tbo salient point of tho
emergency, tho want of money, anil tho
opinion of tho brat financiers-of tho coun
try that a draft upon the currency reserve
would lemedy the dlfllcnlly. The legality
of such n step might be questioned, but t lie
situation, he thought, was such that nn ex
crclseof thosupicino law of public safety
was amply wan anted. The letter recited I
the two great instances of violation of the ,
T....ll.l. .!....! .. I.. P ..I...II... '
r.i.gi.si. ,oi.s....io , o.
emergency, nan.e.y . . . suspc,.,,,,., - ' ,
naoeas corpus nun inc. reel cuircnv; m i.
An Instance of more modem dale was also
given, that of the lsueofi3,000.000duilng
the Black Friday panic by order of Pi cs
Idcnt Grant. The people warranted you
lu this stictch of power by a re-election,
unparalleled In the history of Ihe country,
snldthe letter In conclusion.
Interviews are published this moinlng
witli presidents of various savings bank",
in which they me generally represented ns
expressing confidence in their ability to
weather the storm.
10.20 a. m. Gold opened nt "LIS nmlil
tO.SO n. m. The Gold Evdinnge has
jir-1 closed, the same ns tho Slock Ex
change. $1.12 has been established ns the
basis of fettlrinciil. The rale of interest i
fixed nt 7 percent, for carrying.
10 10 a. in. There is run on theSeaniniiH'
Savings bank in Wnll street.
Edward Hnlght thinks lilsllim will he
able to resume in a few days.
The following notice Is posed In llie
United States Snh.Ticasnrv i
"Purchases ol United Stales bonds to.
day will Include nil the dlffeieiit sr-iies of
o.20V. Payments will In- made In currency
al the tale of nl.10.7'2 and acciiicd Inteiesl
Pifly Ihoii-.inililolhiis vim lb have so lar
been purr based. Small niiiounls from In
dividuals will bo bfinglil, that Mil being the
Intention of Ihe covernnvnt In iiuthmthig
llie pui chase.
A meeting id the llireetois of the yutiotis
savings banks Is now being held to decide
upon llie advisalilllly of compelling dopoit
ins to wall sit v or lliiity days, as their
charter nllow. The banks are generally
open. Crowds of speetntois throng tho
lower stieels of the city, but the excitement
is less than Saturday.
1 1.!!0 a. in. At a meeting of the dlieft-
ois of the Seamen's savings bank, it vviw
decided to pay Immediately sums of fino j
or under. All iiinounls over that sum will '
not be paid before Ihbty days, as Hie cleu- I
Icr allows. 1
II. Mn. in. .Mr. Camp of the dealing
hou.-c stales that nil Hie b.inks have pulled
tluougli, except two, and those two aie I
now settling Ihromrli the loan committee.
1 1..TI a.m. A run has begun on nil the
savings b.inks thtoiighout the city. The i
crowds me much larger on Ihe cns side nl
town on the wiM, nnd lb'' utmost excite
nn nl pievnlN. One of Ihe large-tot' Ihe
wiving4 banks has alteady paid lu .sl.iOO in
excess of IN daily payments, ll Is staled
that the majoiity of Hie hunks will take
advantage of their dinner, which allows
them from thlitv In slxlv dav-' time.
i't i:cuasi:s or iioxim
Xooii. -Two million of bonds lime been
plU'cha-cil liy the suli-irrnsnry up lo this
) i Kunric.m.s issfi.o.
j The clearing house ln.iu roininllttc have
Issued two million and a half of loan eertl
j llcales tliis morning.
'!.'( p.m. -The iialioual banks me
j promptly meeting nil demand-. The snv.
I hup- kinks are nominally In a stale of sus-
pension, iiieidy as a idiel to national-.
j imciiov v srvi i: or rv.t i im..
I p.m. --The de.uiinr house statement .
has been made public, nnd all the banks
have been de-ired satisfactorily. The fid-
Ing ainong all da-scs of people do, n town j
is one of great iclief. Thcie aie no inns
on any of Ihe banks, i'heie me no nunc
than llie average eiowds cii Wnlland Hrond
studs al Ibis hour, ami llie geneinl ex
pression Is one of iiinuii ntiiilly growing
conlldeiiee, A lour of the national nnd
savings hanks of lliooklyn develops the ,
fuel that then' is moie than li.u onlinary j
quiet tlirre, and llieie is no di-tuibanco of
the channel of Jbianek.l or other liu-lness ,
in thai city. Excited ciowd still throne
Wall, liro.ul. New Xnsau and oilier sheets
desiring lo withdraw their nceounl.
1:1.1 p.m. -Only m2IMI,(I(I0 woilh ol bond
have been bought at the siib-ticauiy since
12 o'clock. A considerable fulling off in
the number of sellers.
Tho following cash bid wctc in.ido on
the sticet: Central il.l, Wabash ,10, Itock
Island 8s-H 00. WcMcrn Union Telegraph
There l considerable Inquiry for stocks
on the street, Investors with greenback. in
hand seeking to purchase, but the prohlbl
Hon of the Stock Exchange precludes
II.VXKS 1HYIM1 l'UOMI'll V.
The n illonal banks arc paying all do
mniid.s made upon them that looks like le
gltlmalo business lu gieeub.icks, but any.
thing like a mn is paid in ccitltlcd checks,
which must pass through the dealing
liliO p. m. --The feeling continue in m
, prove In financial circles, and Ihiio I con
j sidcralih) 'dealing In stocks outside of tho
i board for cash, prices ruling strong. The
crowds down town are diminishing,
I'Hllso.N vi .
, Nkw Yoiik, Sepl. 22.
I'elte Uuoko and Hugh McCulloch arrived
by tho Egypt nml will be In Wall street by
tin: ri rr.nv m'iisiukii.
PlIILAllKLl'IIIA, Sept. 22.
Tho llnamial Hurry has subsided, Tho
i un on the savings banks has coaed and
tho national banks experience no unii-ual
demand for capital,
11TVII!' IN I'llll.Alll'.l.l'IIIA.
Nr.w Yoiik, Sepl, 22.
The Philadelphia banks have taken no
action w lib icgard to issuing certificates lu
place of legal-lcudcrs for settlement at tho
clearing bouse. Tho banks nro all in good
condition, and such action is deemed tin
necessary. Third street Is very quiet j no
suspensions nro reported. .
Lnxnos, Sept. 2'
0pyclal dispatches from Now Yoik causo
mllsgustlnc feeling In the stock mnrkct. there is nn insurance of probably three
Erlo 45, quartcn.
n m iiik I'linsiorxr mi i u".
Wsmorox. '-epl. 1',
Pieiiii nl (iraiil. accompanied by Gen.
linbcocl;. returned to Wnhliiglon lhl
morning. In (lie course of ibe moinlng
the President called nt the treasury dopnit-
I""l' I" " "
m.( an,i ml , (onferene Willi Secretary
clin,xl,()n, 'flic result of ll may be In.
fcrrcd ftom Ihe fact that stibfcqucntly the
societal y slated to the ngent of the Assod
nted Pres that Ihe Picsldent will do nny.
thing wilhln the law. but in no p.itllculnr
will ho go beyond his clear legal authority,
He will maintain the sifely of the treasury
department and protect the credit of the
Uiilttd States from the inllucnces of pics
cut financial cmbarrnsnncnt. In answer lo
liiquhios, nolblng was elicited to stienglh
cii the repot t that action will be tnken lu
regard to placing a pail of the legal lender
icfcne at the illpoiil of Ihe New Yolk
I cily banks.
I CONDI I ION OS IUI'. HlKVSlllV.
Tho lieniiry has a sullldent amount of
I ciuicncy on hand In meet nil Icgiliinile do.
I mi', ikm.imi ix a tstnsoro.x',
.MuiiicM llemeut exist iliroiurhotit Wnsli
Inglon eoiisequent on Ihe news fimu the
norlh. Tho banks bete do not srem n yet
lo be '"lioii'ly nffe, ted by it
lilt OIIKU I'VXK .
Xkw Voiis. Sept. 22 -2 p. in.
i'be Gold Exchanae bank's gloss de.ir
lugs aie -ll-J, (lOO.IKlll. .2,-IOO.(IOO bonds
have been iuichased up to this hour.
Ilrokei geuenilly are btiy paving off the 1
transm lloiis of l'lidny mid S.ilurilay.
Xkw Yoiik, 2:10 p. vi,
Time million bonds Invn been bought ,
by Ihe siib.iiea-nry up to this hour. Mine
me coining in. All is quiel nl the Foiitlh
Xi:w Youi:, 2:M e. w.
A. I). Williams A; Co. overdtew their iic
coiint in llie Il.inkot Notib America to the
amount id s.t.111,000 to-day. Tliellimde
poslled .securities for 12.10,000, leaving
s20(),0(it) sllll due. Tho bank aiithoiitles
arc now engaged in endeavoring to compel
Ihe payment of Ihat sum.
.tv i ooki: & co.'s iiti:iii loi:,
Nn ineetliig of Jay Cooke's creditors
will be held until Tull stntcnienls have
been received from vailous branch offices
Ihronnhoul Ihe coimlry. Thce me now
being piepaied with Hie utmost dispatch.
The linn cannot at picont say anything
icL'Si'dliiL' Ihe duration id tlidr siispcn-ton.
Tin slntcniciil on Saturday Hint check
on tlicCoiillncnlal l!snK bad been lliiowu
out nl Hie (icaiiua liou-e was an cnor.lt
having been confounded with the National
Hank of llie Coininoiiwcaliii. The Conti
nental ISmk I and bus been paying tiuti.il.
I UK KKKI imi is I OX'OOX.
I.omiox, Sepl. 22 .1 ix m.
Much mi.xiety l miiiilfe'eil on all sii'es
to hear fuithcr news from New Yoik.
Jay Cooke, McCulloiii & Co. continue to
pay cn-h in tlic usual manner over thdr
coimlcr. and the run on llicii bouse has
censed. .Mtieh .syinpalhy I expressed for
the firm by leading b.inkci. A. J. Cattdl
has tdegnipheil to Seen buy liidiard"ou
Hint th" busbies of syndicate is nut ills.
Imbed by tlniun liil troubles. Among the
-Illinois I'tirielit lu stock exchaiu;c I nnn
Ihat Hhi Hank of ihnrlniiil holds .!!ll(l,000
of Jny Cool.e A; Co.' acceptances, mid that
the Itothebilds have .IW.0II of the wime
o:"1) p. in. Adispalcb. .uiinaiiiciiij the
closing of llie New Yoik j;oid cxchiuuo, '
lin- j ii t been bulleline I. I'lii new I no.
( eiitcd in, nn indication of the atnvlty of i
the liiinneiid -iltiiilltm. and llie market for i
Aliieiienii .seemitli". i leraiu deprc-s,.,l.
I'roiu New York.
Xrw Yoiik. S"pl. 2'.'.
The steamships City of Monlienl and Illy
of Xew York fioin Liverpool.
VI r.Vl ilMI'.M' (II1VX I KII.
Judge Puncher l,,.(liy nt I tin -nil ol' the
Gioceni National bunk of lids city granted
nu nllncliineiit againl pmperly In Ibis city
of the Union Xntlnnnl li'inkol Philadelphia
A Imiler exploded Willi it shock like an
c.iilh(iinl.i' tills morning In (inn lis KlngiV
Co.'s feed mills. Nn. .Ill Tenth avenue,
killing niie lior-e and seiioiily injuring
1 four olliers. Tin' building tmik Hie, but
' the ll.i me were soon extinguished. One
piece of the boiler crushed through several
i walls, finally falling nn a bod wheie u man
and child were sleeping without Injuring
.xx riir.n: mhm:v.
A molloii was made in Ihesnpiemccouit
; to-day to dismiss the attachment against
' fill 10,0011 in Hie Inliul of Hclinont ,V Co.,
j brokers, being the balance of :?.100,000, less
j fifteen percent, commission, which llichiud
j PcniMcu won hist May byn lluvana lottery
j ticket, iiioullachnicnt wa granted at the
suit of E. D. Whitney, who said Peni'tcn
promi'iii him half Ills, gain if lie cnino up
to New Yoik nnd helped him tn get the
. money. Iloth patties nie from Phlladel
, phla. .luilgo Faneherresericd ids decision,
CMII.I'.IOX'.s sl'Sl fl VIIO.XS.
(uhtoii, the defaulter, was hugely in
terested iu Wcslcrn I'liion. I'nvclnpcs
' picked up in the office showed thai ho also
i speculated in Union Pacific mid other
fancy stocks. Most nt his losses are slip
posed lo have ic-ulted ftom tlm crash In the
market 1,11 week.
A family named Walker, consisting of
father, mother, son and daughter, living In
Trcmont, N. Y was nil csled yesterday on
charge of counterfeiting United Slates cur
rency and Internal revenuo slumps. A
largo quantity of counterfeit money and it
complete set of machinery and tools for
tho manufactme of Imitation bills nud
revenue stamps were found lu Iho iotte.
Desl ni elite lire.
Xr.MlON, X. J,, Sepl, 2.'.
Eatly this morning a lire broke out
lu G. L. Smith's drug stoie and spread rap.
Idly up Main street, sweeping Woodwurd's
brick building nnd hardware establishment.
Assistance was telegrnphid for lo other
places, but did not iirilve until the Humes
were under rnnlrol. The Woodward
building, together with llie .Musonlo hall
over It, was burned, ns wcro also Ken
sdla's drug and Cannon's sloiv. Iu all,
iilno stores havo been utleily destroyed,
tho brick walls crumblbiL' to nsbes. The
loss is rstlmatcd nt 883,000, on which
LATEST FltOM Till'. SKAT H' WAII.
ni x nx iianK'-.
IIIS III'OOKIAV 11 INK.
Nr.w Yoiis. Sept. 22.
'I'hiMliooklyn Ihnk Presidents met to- ;
day nnd resolved lo sell one million of
United States securities In eve of eiurr-1
gency. The majority, however, was of I
opinion thnt tlieic would bono inn upon j
Ihcni. They will stnnd by each oilier!
Whatever may happen, I
l St 1011 1 I't'X.
Tbeie was a sllnlit mn on ll.o Fifth
Ward Savings Hank, Jersy dly, lo-day.
l.X IMI'llOVro riFNt'.IMI IKKII.XO.
The Eicning Post ays the day dosed
Willi an established Inipiovement In Ihe
general feeling. One day moie with the
Stock Exchange closed will, It Is thought,
put everybody In 'itch condllicn. so far as
the exciclse of icason is conerned, Hint ll
will be piudeiit for Ihe broken to imahi be.
gin business. This afternoon money ( lit
on the sticet as high ns -j per cent, that
rale haling been paid by dlslicssed Inokcrs.
Picsldent Vail of Hie liiilik of Commcuc,
snld this nlteinoon that confidence had
been very greatly Improved. He thought
the action oT the government In buying
llvctwenlles had been highly beneficial In
si vik..vii:xis or .iv i ki: vm m,
Jny Cooke Co. lint I f x- the holders all
dralts drawn ngalnst money depo-iled
since their sn nsl.m ill l. 1. ,1.1 I
i ' i " r'
senlalion of holder.-, mid those drawn pie
viniis to suspension me icfcired as follows!
Of TO Lalhrop. I.roy. X. Y.. In Punk
of Commerce i of all Canada banks ex
ccpt Mol-on's bank ; of London nud its
branches lo Mcttopolltan bank i of .Hoi
son's bank, of London, St. Thomas and
Owen Sound, Ontario In Patk bank hoi
tiers. Drafts drawn by bankers In various
parts of the country and ahtoad aie referr.
ed for payment lo banks nud banking firms
to whom accounts against which drafts nie
made, ha been transferred.
lll N srilsltilMl X WAsiiimiion.
W.Vsiiinoiox. Sept. 22.
The mn on Hie Fiecdinan's and Wash
ington city savings banks has neatly sub.
sided, not more than a doen persons he.
Ing nt either place nt any one lime during
HI V ON XKW .IKl:KV -IVIMI IIVM,
i'ilKMn.N. x. 4., rpt. 22.
i'heie wit n run on the saving, banks to
day. The dlicclots claimed two week
notice according to their charter, and
took Ihe name of all who wauled their
money. The b.inks arc amply able lo ihv
cveiy dollar. i
The regular bank weic also culled upon j
by a few depositors, whose demands were
piomplly paid. I Inch of the llitee banks
In Trenton haw u suiplusof over .slilll.OOO. j
IMlTIIKI! s('sl'KXo.X. ,
I'nisiinai, Sepl. 22. )
James T. Ilrady A: Co., brokers of the
Security Trust Company suspended to day. '
ill V ox IIIIVXV SVVIXO n.VNKs.
Ai.iiany, Sept. 22.
There wa quite :i tun on some oT the
saving bank hero to-day. The Albany
Savings ll.tnk paid out s.1',i,000; Home
Suing lt.ink, -s-li.OOl), nud the Xutloual
$12,000. At 2 p. in., when I ho banks dosed,
there was a better feeling prevailing, and
ll Is thought the run Is now over.
lllf s,i:w viiijk i II V -AVI.XO IIA.NI-.
Xkw Yoiik, Sept. 22.
The suing- banks, being tun upon, do I
not all enforce the thirty or slxtv day I
notice piniislon of Ihe charier.
The Piowcry Savings I! ink has such an
amount of c.i-b on hind that It will nol ic
quite such notice.
Tlm .Murray Hill It ink I nl-u paying all
demands upon ii.
'I'hc Metropolitan Nivlng II ink and
Third Avenue Saving liink both requite
The saving, bink hi ISIcecker Ucet tin
pay lug it u-ii.d, and tin re have been no
I more withdrawals than iu ordlnaiy times,
j Manhattan sivings bank, corner of
Iboadway and llleceker slieel, have such
, confidence In their stability lint they nie
paying without any notice being required.
The Cillzen's ...ivlngs bank in the How
cry ate pay Ing nil sm ill sums but require
tbbly day on nil amounts above nI.UDO.
Mcchinlc-' ix-Traders', Ea-l liiicr. New
Amlerd-iin arc all piyingnn demand and
icqiihc no nnth c.
I'ayiiKUls arc not beyond the uual
amount.-. In many ol the bank which nie
I paying on demand depositor frequently
leave with-lit withdrawing their money
when Ihey tlnd lliat the bank is icady to
pry It. Some of the banks that have de-
elded lo enforce the thlitv day provision
I nio iiliidlng so rigidly by the letter of their
I chatter that it Is creating some discontent.
The Security llanlcorner of Thlily-fniuih
I sheet and Third nveniie will make no p iv.
j incuts unless notice is given.
' Many small depositois giumlilrd nt this,
i not because they wanted to withdraw the
entire ninount of their deposits but they
stood iu need nf ready money and wanted
lo draw a portion of their funds. Hank
official', however, denied them, saying that
hy paying them they would establljli a
ptecedent Ihat might be followed by every
one of their depositors on Hit) west side.
The saving bank depositors for the
time seemed to he much ahumed and
gathered lu gioups around the Institutions
that held their money, but consideration
convinced them of Iho ab.-enco of nil dan
ger and Ihey gave up tbo inclination to
draw their money, even If they could.
V IIKVVV I.'l'.X WKI.I. MKl.
Thcio lias been a run on the Union Dime
savings bank, No. IIOll Ciinnl street during
tho day, nnd nt two o'clock there were over
seven hundred people Insldo and around
the bank. They rcqubed no notion and
paid until seven o'clock this evening,
This bank ha ninety thousand deposi
tor, and bad million and a half of cash on
baud this morning, and nniplo icsnuice.
Of olher snv ings banks Iho majority tiro re
quiting notice for sumsnbovo bundled dol
lars. Hut cashing other demands on sight,
so far ns known nil aio sound.
Mf.Mrills, Sept. 22.
There was 11 marked falling off In deaths
from yellow fever yesterday, tho total
number of Inlet inents being thirteen, of
which only 11I110 died from yellow fever.
IiCcdiiii; physician nip bangulno ns to the
permanent itlutcmcnt of tho disease. Tho
Ilowanl Association is tnkiui active meas
ures tn establish a ki neral hospital for the
vx rilA.XCtsi o MINI.
A comnmiilcatioii from the superintend
ent of Ihe San Francbco mint says lliegold
leeeipls from Ihc lt to the Olli of Scplem
ber, aggtegnte a million dollar". Tbo gold
deposits for September will probably be
three millions. On the Olh of September,
three hundred and llfly lliousnud ounces of
.silver wctc tecefved, ThM will colli four
hundred thousand of the trade dollsr.
iiai.a.vcks .vr rflKVSI.'IlV.
'Ihe following were llie balancos at I ho
Treasury nl Iheelo-e of business to-dny t
f'uricncy less ninounl paid for bonds pur
chased hi New Yoik nud not icpnilcd,
w 11,022, 1.11! i sp( elal dvposll of legal ten
dors for lodcmptlon ccitlllcates of deposit,
i33,71fi.(l(ii i (oin. HsJI.din.lHO, including
coin certificates. :0,3tt,lj'X ; o'llstnndlng
legal lenders, r'MO.dOO.OOO.
oovri'VMKX-i t:sriMvrrs hkiiimi.
Nr.w Yoiik, Sept. 2J.
A Washington dispatch my tbo dcpait
incuts ntc coiisldernbly behind Willi ctl.
mates for the next llcal year, tin.' war de
paittnent being Ihe only one that has com.
plcled this win k and sent the ic-ult to the
treasury. The delay appears In most ca-es
lo have been unavoidable.
Seizure nr the X. Y. & O. JI. I!. I(,
I '.VTTKlisoN, N. .1 . Sept. 22.
The New Yoik & Oswego Mldt.mil Itail-
WIV "'Keioiuce w.i sc.zeu mis p. m. ny
Constablo to sails IV nil execution by the
unpaid wniknicn nnd other creditor. The
financial crisis in Wall street has no! per
ceptibly iilfccted our local bank. tail Hie
coll ipe of railroad enterprises, ll Is
thought will cause the discharge of some
hundreds of men in llie locom itlve woiks,
unless more fnvor.ibl" developments occur
Loxnox, N'pl. 22.
Chief Ju-tieo Cnekbmn has lined the
editor of Iho Chiltelihani Chronicle S7D0,
for publishing critifi.ms mi Iho conduct of
the trial of Iho Tichbornc claimant, and
threatens him with Imprisoiiineiii If Hie
offence Is repeated.
The Polaii Nun Ivor.
W.i.iiiNi.iox-, Sept. 22.
A despatch from Cnpt. lluddingloii to
(he Secretary of Hie Xnvy, ays llie date of
Ihe los of tin- Polaris wa- the Kith nf ()c
tuber, twenly-liu' miles south of Cape
York. The ltavenciaig transferred eleven
cT the p illy to Ibe All-lie. which carried
them Into Dundee, nnd three tunic are on
the Intrepid, which bad not arrived nt that
port. Tho dcx'ii which arrived in the
Arclic will leave lo-inotrow for New York.
Nr.w Yoiik, Sepl. 22.
The total amount of bonds bought at the
stili-tii'.itiiy lo-dav was .-:!:i!l,t,10.
Suspension of lliilfalo Hanks.
IlriT.vt.0, Sept. 22.
II. W. Hull A; Co.. private bankers,
dosed this nlteinoon. Their suspension
caused no undue excitement outside. Ii
linnei.d mailers aie feveri-h, but business
men nnd brokers appear firm and confi
dent that not serious enitiairassnient will be
Ni:w Yoiik, ept. 22.
.lolm Y. Ciiili hits been appointed col
leclor of Internal lfevcnuc for thirteenth
district ol New York, vice Clay resigned.
Working Time I'eilnccd.
Xkw Yoiik, Sept. 22.
The I'cniisy iMiuia K.iilroad Company
have lislticcd the boui-s for laborers and
roadmen to oijtht botii- pet' day and payroll-
will lie reduced ticoordimrlv.
Xt:w Youi.. Sept. 22.
Arrived steamer lmnlln fnmi London.
W.vt! Dr.i'Ain.Mi.T, Oi i ici: or tiik )
Ciiim'Sinx-.M.Oi iu mi, Wvin.xnn,
1). C. Sept. 22. lsTsl-1 I'. Ji. )
, I'llOII 11111.11 ii.. ,
I in Tuesday for New Kuakind the pics.
"Hie will diminish witli fresh soutlt ciilctly
mid Miulheilv wlnd : ucnciully cloudy
weather mid rain ureas, I'm- .Middle Mute
flesh wind mostly fioni the southeast and
..iiitbwcsl with cloudy woalher and lain.
lly Ihe Cable,
l.IVIUII'inil , M'pt.
Meani-hip Ciiunilliii and I'lii-tnn
London, Sept. 22.
Speaker Hand of the lloik-o ol Commons
and hi family sailed for Xew York S iltir
day In Ihe llu--ia. accompanied by l',arl
1'our Uviiiin. N. Y., .sepl. 22.
Win 11 Woodiu was nonilnalcd for Sena, j
tor from twenly-tlfth ill-liict on first bal.
lot to-dav. The Wityne county delegation 1
then retired froni Ihc cuiieutliiu In make
Dlsnstriius Storm In Florida.
Hiss or till'. (T'.Ol's ISt'tSKIl - IIOI'bKS
WASIIUIl AW AV.
Tai.laiiasi:e, Fin., sept. 21.
A teriillc storm prevailed throughout this
section of the country on Friday morning,
several ctoics w-ete unroofed and thirty or
forty houses blown down, and sovcral
others were badly dam:u;ud, A j;rcat
number of gin houses were destroyed. Tho
crops considered completely mined. Thico
or four live wi in lost and several poison,
wounded. A huge number of slock were
killed. The roads tiro blocked by fulling
trees, and Iho telegraph wire and fences
arc dow 11 for miles, Tho loss in lids conn
ty is immense. Saint Jtaiks In completely
washed away, only two homes were loll
Hamllni;, mid twenty families rendered
homeless. Xewpoit Is reported gone.
Uostox, Sept. 23.
Thu loss by flto nt a. Fuller is Co's ltint
ber yard nt Uiighton last night was J23,.
000 i Inburnnce, ftlll.fOO, divided betweot
An Ancient House, Iluined by nn Ince.n
diniy. I.oivkm, Mn-., Sept. 8).
An ancient dwelling, probably one bun
died years old, called the Mansion House,
built so as to afford protection against
Indian attack, and sltunted near the Men!
mac woolen mills In Drocut, was fire 1 nnd
burned yeterdnr, Loss .92.000; Insured
In tho Uleckworlh cninp.myof Watcrtown,
N. Y., for 81,000. Major Emory, tbe
ow ner, offers .500 reward for tho detection
of tbe Incendiary.
Omaha, Sept. 22.
dipt Jones and others of the Yellow,
stone expedition arrived from the west to
day. The remainder of Hie party arrive on
Prle Fighters Ariested.
St. Lons, Sept. 22.
Mlk Mi (,'oole and Tom Allen were ar
iested nnd put under bonds of 91,000 each
In keep the pence.
.( Vnrli sihmk nun .'loin') .tlm u, i.
Nkw Yoiis, Sept. ':2
Trensur.i illsinirseiiviits to-di iiniounlea iu
Tlin Cu-Iiiiih nvi
lpls to-d i am., .inled i..
Vi'w VnrK I'rooiire .Vlurtkt'i,
Nll Ollk, hf-pt.
CntriiN-v.-o ilmlusl n-mif-nt nt '.e (Urlin, .
Sale nl ls-,e for mlilillltij: upland. The
monetary p uile lms u ilpprnsslng ('fleet nn (In
market fur Ineat-turisRciii.rnllv, nn'l free sales
riniM not lie innite eienni ileeMeitiv Iompi
prices. A ililflenlh i: s-clllna- exfiiange lias
ililieii shippers out nt itie innrkcl. uml tin
hiiine Irmle will not piirelniS'- ntiMnnre ll.nu l
nlisoliitclv sunielent to snpjiij the presitm.
I'Mitii. lien Ipls, fl,crt.-. l.i.i-. The markc
Is nlfecteil hy llie inoin-tnr.i trouble ami with
e.xlreino iliillne III prlecs are tally lOmiil lower
Sales til 4,WO liarrels or Hour at r, 40
wo iw for superilne Western ami srste ;
lii.rii) (.MLfsl for common in pooil Kxlra western
nnd Mule! t,0.(J 40 ror booiI lo cholco do;
IT 40 fis xAiorcuinmou to choice while wheal
western cxlra: tomio sus for eominoii tn
1,'ooit extra OliloiK, To (Sin l.'.jfnr ronunon to
choice extra St. Units. Mnrkel elo-lng little
Kyi: Fliuit. 'I'll" innikel Is source and a
shade llnncr nt f) Trititi.
cons .Mmi.. The mnrkel for corn meal l
quiet una llriu nt n l.Vrf s en for Western :
i3im t to fur i;rniiil.iwliie,
Wiiiskkv. The market isilnner at I'So.
WiiKiT. llecflpM ris.nu Intsli. The market
Is irrexul.ir nml unsettled. Holder senerall
urn nol UNiHiseil to snlilnll toniiv liinfrrl.il ile.
1 eltne In onler lo ventii . The mnrl;el closed
. Willi mile inoi" nine ami mure ill-posltlnn to
Inn ehlcll.v, lioweier, bj p.irile to till the
previous li-i-U'lit iirrniiifeinrnis, xdesot st.wi
InHh 11 4-J- lo 1 45 rni-lew a -in In? : l i::l4r.
tnr No '2 I lilt .if-l. ehlelly ut lh latur inlee :
tl.lTifI.'f icr. No a -Milwntike.' i boat load.,
nt ?1 Mi i.u-li'.s; nl H ITin-1 41) j ll 40 for No .
I'ldeairn mid Nn'i nml :i spring mixed; 81 t-Moi
No a Milwaukee : SI r.-. lor Nol Dnlittli ; ll en..
I iv." for (Miiiinini to l.ilr winter i -t western.
ltVK The market 1 quiet au-t linn, sah
In e.ir lots id in -I cm at wlMe
IHki.kv. The tiwrkit Is quiet. .sales oi
lo.ii'i) biisliels I rowed stale to niilve at tX:
llvui.i'.v MAi.r. Mnikel 1 stead- and III talr
n-ipiest ; ll.wm Intshels clmli-c I'muids viesleru
lo rriie nt tl 4f,.
CoilN. Itleelpts 2ll,TTC. hlisb, 1,, 'fue Umrkel
about lu lower, Willi n llmlttil business. Sale
of s .on) bush nt r..ivjf.ie for steamer Wesu.ni
mixed: ; iMfrffiT lor Idxli -ulxed and Yellov.
western: cr,.,,nj! (nrs.Hl western mtxol;
Oil.' nu- white western.
ihth Ucculpls S!,'xa hiisli. 'I he lmiiket li
lieavv nd deciliiln?. hiles nrot.ojo lmshcls at
fflw.vjo lor western mixed ; latter price for new
Miam for white western: rASMe for black
lions The market Is quiet and ulielianged al
2lt"2to for western and Wffiioo for Sitnto.
II iv. Market Is dull and heavy, $as to Ml tor
Ilors Tlm inaikot Is dull anil unsettled.
Corrrr. Mnrkrl ! very quiet. Ulo at St.n
" si-o ill. Market Is quiet; sales nt l!e!lnln
Moi.asm:s. 1 h, market I quiet and iid
ehatijreil. IIicb Mnrkel Is stead) ; Cnrotlnn ot ; 9'ic.
I'KTiaii.ki-M. Tho lnarkei ts lower for crude,
tlriu tor lelliiedsix riuile, io Mi- rcllned.
Total stuck of sn-iiln In v.-.ii(Hoiise Sept. -j-.m,
. .. W,'."2o
. .. 44.S2I
. . . . S00.05K
I llarley Mult
Poiik. Tho maiket Is l"
i:xtr:l tlllllie lit ?14 STW.
ItEKf. Vlnrkel Is In moderate reqiiPsi at H.u
10 to Mr plain me-; in x.vffi M lor extra do,
ISkki- iUm. --Market Is quiet and uncliaiii,
e(lat?ls.5 2i)M)forcnniraonto pi line tors.
TiriuE Jlt-n Market H (lull and nominal ui
MA (MCCtS (V l"l- plllu-l mess; S 1M.V811 oo for
Cer.Mmn Murk-l Issoady, mliulle.s quiel
and llnner: loni;clenrs.4e; short elfur I've.
I. vim. Market N ilrmer ; old v.cstrrn
S.li'illll Oil S.i . s li-lfs-.
llciTi-.K. vinrket i llriu with fair demand ut
iTiSWV for mlr to prime ive-tpni; SC'? tor
i'iiki. -- Mnrku l quiet nudllini nl l'j(
i.rir.efor fnlrto prime Mule fsttory.
rM )Ml'0?IT01!S.- Wnnleil, two or three
(iiKid coiniio'ltots. Only sober, Indiistrl
nils ni.-n lie s npplv.
ni.ouK PAPKi: co.
OTICIi IN ll.VNIvUUI'TCY.
This Istiiilve iioihv. th.it 011 the l.ilh djvnl
.seplembui-, A. I). lsT3, u VVaiTant liili.-inknipic)
was Issued le.'.ilnsi the estate ut.tolm H. Martin
anil M'llll.na w. Martin, partners In business
iiniler the llriu nnuei ot .Mm II. Mania .V Urn.
of Mt.T'ubor, 111 ihe count) ot Iiutland uml stale
ot Vermont, who have lieen adlinl','ed bankrupts
on their own lit-illhiui that Utti p.im(.ntol au
delns nnddi llierj 'it 1111) piopeiiy belonging-1
s.i Id iian!.iiiits, tn tie in., ,r tm-tin lrit-ji, andih,
tnuish-r ot tin, pruperti by them, ore forbidden
bvl.iw; Hint 11 men llic'ol the 1 realtors ot said
baiikrupl s, lu porti- tlu-lr debt-, and to clnxiv
one or mure tii.'iicesi( tie Ireslnte.w 111 lie Held
nt a I'oiirt nf ll.iiikriiplev, to b" liolden at the
llardnell Ihnise, lu Ituiland, In the eullni.v ut
liullaud nnd stale of Vermont, before A. t'
1.) 111.111, hq.,ltt'Stster,ontlie ;ilula ot October,
A. II. I-T', nl li o'clock ni.
4w:ij Deputy r, s. Marshal, as Messnsn-
"y i: i: Iv M ,x- It A It 1! K 1!
A I NO. I. OI'intA ll()l'K IlLOCh,
Kee,al'ill s-irllneid ut t!i" fidtoHlii,
iiorsi: rriiNisuixr. (.ooiti
fltO'CIl CHINA VV M1K,
Ml.vnil 1'I.ATKn WAHK.
p At. vi t-n T011.KT ,i;i..
TAbSKLS AND TOISIW.
LAMPS AND I.XNTl'.lt.
WTiolesalo ana ltctall.
1. AMP CHlMNEYsJ and tll'KN l!l(S
Wholesale nnd lfi-d
PLANT 1I1IAI Kills,
MATTllASSlSS tun! LOUNat:s, ond
Inoyldtf DONE TO OltDKli.
rjiWKNTY DOMiARS HKWARD
Will bt paid for tho
DETLVTION, AlttlEST A-P 'CO.rV:CTI0tS-
ot tho person or pei-ions 'xvtio, waatoul.v ana
itanciously, mutilated the stono erected (otue
uieiuur- ui my cuiiu in ing suiuouc t-viaeierj-
tn this placo.