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   Syracuse Standard (Newspaper) - October 9, 1877, Syracuse, New York                                WMBER 211 op.KitA Housi; FO'lt TWO SJIGIl'rs ONLY. M'oiljlcsilny, Ocr, 10 r N. Y... TUESDAY'. "MORNINdv OCTOBER 9, 1877. OTr. r'', (n riyriu1 Hit at HUM-., inn th'- (Jruiifl "Military llo- on tin in tho Itiiovrn as TEE Tliis for tho wonderful It1 ILVrrLK TAIILKAI- .IIOUSK. C'ONTKJfTa. I'oge.-Editorial Coal r F' i "on .Th." rn n Telu- Kraphlo Binpotcheu. r 'IMnl Nclghborlbg Towns; Noinh- IwriiiK Counties. LocaUotuUigence. Oct. HHt, IS77. f. JOflfi i M" iincrit.l. In JiU wciiKltM-rul Tlio Court of Appeals day cnlonds'r for Tuortdny, October m Notr. iro, no, 180, iaa, las, iso, 101. TIiu Democratic couvcnllotfs to aomlnnto for meuiboia of AsaomMy, will bu OQ Wediumday. The Honutorlsl CniivniKlon will occur on Saturday, Important clmnjfes may bo looked for In fcrolgn mission" nbout ibo Bcconrt week ol the aossion of ilio Boimtc, Including aev Ourniau Mlnialcr. Koporto from Wualiingtoiirindloolo tch special sc.-sion will Ira n brief ono. TJio only Kubjuot that will bo broOKbt to at- tcntton In tho President's w Earthquakes in Europe. STORMS AND 8H3PWEECK8 Doings of the Episcopal Con. 1. vention. THE ARGUS AND MB. TWEED resident's j nrmy nppropritttlpn. will bo That THE Four Thousand Check. ACCOUNTED FOR i i _ Tliof TntUnriM I-XoUl tliuii- YELLOW FEVER IN '-FLORIDA I'l-Kliiy iuul Stuimlity Oct lath ami Ijtth, AND rUTL-KDAY MATIN HE. UNION SQUARE COMPANY In lliKlrxnvit I'nrl: siiri'mn "THE. >V, F. .if'iUHTUS ITTf'K Ml.'.. ;fio.; Glil'l'A-y', JtlMnr A large doleftaliou of -prominent colored tlwins urged upon Seoroisry Evnrts lion- day morning tho appointment of Morris Chester, of houlnians, 01 minister to Li- beria. Tho Democratic County Committee organized on Saturday, by tho appointment of Jamea S. Crouae, Chalrmrii, Chnrlos It Wright, Paulol Jr.l'' GOOBS." g to oon- -VT k k 'I" A TV 8 in the greatest variety ever seen jo this market. We rondo-n slight mistake In.publHmine tho namon' of tho Third Assoinbly District Committee lu tbo Tho cora- initto consists of George W. Kennedy flurry Gray Jacob Nuuamn. 'I'ho exoGutlva communication prepared by tlie Secretary of Stuto will. recommend tbu creation ,of .n commission represent Iho United States at. tlui Paris Exposition. It in estimate, 1 Hint an approprlatloji of will bu required to secure proper I'l-'Iiraontntion, Tim iJnloa Ininguo mans raocllnt, ._ _.... shier tho action tho ttopublloan Stale Convention will be hold at Ooopor Institute, York city, oii Wednesday and presided over by Judge Nonh Davis OTOt'gu; William Curtis will.make tbo .open- mi; npucch. Tim work on thu Assembly Chamber is h-lutt piuhad forward nrrapldlyas possible, 'mil !t. la thought thu roof will bo put on within iishorl-tlmo. There aro uieht huu- iln.'il und thirty llvo man at work, and 'no roitiutiou Will li.i miido In Ilio force Thu- Stale cluctionn In-Ohio'and, Iowa talto latin believed to bo perfectly aafii for thu ilupublicana. In. Ohio Ihn Republicans aro vury coufldW of'eluot- tiii'lr 8tnto tiekut, but concqrnila felt re- ipirdinir tlio ticket. The now IjiMjlHJiiture has' ti> oluct a. United States Mun.-ityr for u full term! To this prize tho Ui.iiKMirntH-hilvu lurnild their ohlcf atten- tion. I Thu Aurora ttroziforrivpuullIluKi at Byr- iictmu, by J. C. Alvos do Lima, is worthy of, tho iiliuntion of manufacturers and mou '.leaking trade with Brazil, It ia n neat publication ot twelve published iu I'oruii'goso, contain; cuts of tho latest American inventions, much scientific und TOimnoreial intclIiKOneo, la ably edited and bns a targo clroutatiou in DrnKil. Manu- facturers 'intrDciucu 4huir goods in markets can ilud 110 better medium of communication with that ciiunlry than tho Aurora Democrat. Funeral of ArchblnUoi) Uayloy. BAvriMOKE, Oct.. tho storm to persons to-day viewed tjio remains of tho late Archbishop Bayloy. Preparations for tho funeral to- morrow are completed ami many ilistiiv: Kiilshed prelates und priests from u distiinco have already arrived to lake part in the ser- vices. Among tbeso aro Cardinal key, Archbishop Wood, of 'Philadelphia, and Archbishop Williams, ol-Boston. Waslduirton News. TOT! TXXAS SALT _, Oct. trpulilos in El Pans county, Texas, over tho satt bikes have been chronic. Samuel uHagujIln, of Kentucky, claimed their ownership soino time ago, and in a fight with Mexican dis- putants Ills party killed ono qf tho iatLor.. rhin was supposed to be tho end of tho dis- pute over tho salt lakes. TUB 1'ATKNT OPPICB Ulil'AinS. The workmen (omplotcd Iho tompora'ry roof oyer wlnx of the Patent Offlcu lo-duy. Tho rest of the work was to have bcoB vigorously pushed during tho night by the uid ql calcium .lights, but the heavy prevented it. Canvas and oil cloths were, however, placed over tbo uncompleted nor tlona, and but little WABUINOTOIT, Oct. Hoard of In- quiry appointed by Secretary Schurz, iported that tbu tiro iu tho Interior Depart- ment was not caused by incendiaries or fapoutaneous combustion. They find a (iru was built of pine boards, and a blower placed over the griito-m the ludlus' copyiug room, iu the Ninth street basement; on Iho morning of the day tho lire and thattt section of wooden grating covering n gutter on tho roofj won set ou nrc'from sparks or burning cinders which came the flue iiKalnul which It lay. A'aovEKNJiEK'r vieasEi. von SITICA. United States revonup cuttor Olinr Tho Episcopal Convention. At tho fltrt scaalon 'of the second week of the EpiscopalQcocrnl Convention (it Boston Monday, the of order were amended' to ilmli debate to fifteen mlnnlee. i Ur. Steelc, of Florida, offered arcaolu- tio4 that subsription be opened for the re- lief of the from yellow fever." Adopted.'., 'Arrattgdnicn.te-wcro made for vhe recep- tion of n visiting-delegation from the Cana-- dujn Synod on Wednesday. ,i u'dgo Thompson presented papers reta-, tivu to the boundaries of the new dioceac of Wist and Jndpo Shaflery present- ed .1 orotcet upon the same subject lie- fen-ed. Tho OommiUce on Canone reported it wmi not expedient to change the urobatlon from three years to months. A resolution was oJfcrcil and' tabled that the resolution making.the mcatlo article 5 of tlie constitution the order of tlio ilay f or Tuesday, be rescinded and amended so tbat It will be recommitted to the Committee on Constitutional Amend- ments. Air. Juddi of Illinois, presented order, which won adopted, referring the question of what changes are necdef in legislation concerning the re-establishment of people into the Church to the Committee ou Can- 'I'he Cvmmittco on Canooa reported that It (was unnecessary to- retain the rule pro-' vidingforu vice-president. A resolution to lliis effect was adopted. Committee on Conons reported against thp.proposed shortening Senators Morton aiid IWBIANWOI.IS, Ind., Oct. Sfo- Uouald, in to the.Democracy of Indiana, corrects1 some falni .Imprewtona .mode in reftrcnco to bis late viiit to ,Gov. Ha they always been 'pmiemlly oppowd but personally 'friendly, o has no apology to offer .Ulfec.liimm his sickness. Tlio probabily return to Washington was dltcusucd in presence of the Secretary of the Navy, Mf.McKemn and Dr. Thompson.anddurinitu oom-eiMtion, Mr. Jtt'cDonild soys: aflwred, if Mr. Morton was able to Wnaliwgto-n and. found bis attendance on tfce dailyseuloni 'of the Seriate too fallen- Ins, be should KM blnielf by pairing Wltu JK "id, and propoeed no raore titan the uiiual courtesies practiced foundation of tbo COPfES, FIVE CENTS. e WotcoU has sailed for Sltko. Thu last oil- yicos from that point, per steamer from Fort wrnngol, aru jiucillc. TriBlT.OF UOVBIINMBNT I.UM1JKK. j WAKIIINOTON, Oct. Commissioner of the General Land Ofllco bus received.in- tolllgonco from a Bpeoml ngont of tbo de- partment 111 Minnesota' that the flrst suit1 tried under tho timber depredation lawn re- sulted In a verdict for the government, riinranro nenrly, suits In- Minnesota' aloue. Illustrative of Ilio value' of tho timber stolen, .It may bo stated that in three suiu lately brought In Colorado tho -amount1 alaimcd of tho depredators Is Prior to the-bringing of those suits-tuoro 'was ono case of the solzurp of ttcs worth each. Two of tlio abovo-mo and evening prayers. There was 'a minor- ily i oport in favor of tlio chapcc. of a dissolution of tho pas- toral connection was referred. A cfmon on divorce was also referred to tbo rommlttcn of canons. A resolution ac- conipanyinj; the reports in relation to short- oulas moraine and evening prayers was then considered. Judge of Kentucky, presented.the minority report. l'..M. theconvontibBtookiirccciu. Ai'TEtiKoojr'srcuaiosr. Tli ia aftcrrtoon the Episcopal convention continued the diicmskm.pt tho propowd shoriening of morning and evening prayers whenever the convention chose to'do so. .1-1 H. Becre, .of I'lttsburg, etronely opposed' tlioambndmont. lie thought the change, if would wprk'into the church in anv way deleterious to its best interest; A shorter form of service .was needed. T'l. G. Hruer, of Maryland, said ihat the nllunihwttB.nof made for Ihc prayer book; tbo prayer book was a meansjio an end and change [Was needed. Dr. Atwater. spoko in the aanio 'strain.. Agrault, of CcntraMlcw York, also favored the1 amondmcDt, saying that the- .present prayers were impracticable. Dr. Allen, of Wisconsin, tliought the body to develop liturgy was the Episcopacy, not tlie General Convention, Dr. Fu3ton, of Wisconain, -said the ;nnon-lmttjt was not needed in tlie far west, Jtor in thejdutiCB of missionary worlc. Dr. Jlontsomery, of Central New oloscii the debute lor.the day, aud will con- tinue- lo-ujorrow morning. TIIlSlirlSCOI'AIj.UOAIlD Ol' MIS3IOUS. liosroif, ,Oct tho Episcopal Uourd of Missions thia evening 'the. report of lue foreign committee visa rood, Iho substance of'Which was represented by a resolution, which accompanies It, appointing a com StcOonald saya the statement oC Slvott to tue reporter of tbc fyKttntl bave been grosuly-miarepresented, Mia tho charge made lliatT propose to throw away my vote on account of Mr. Motion's ihBrinltlos. hope being also expressed Umll regard It a duly to relieve myself of tho obligations of my pledge, I bave; he concludes, lentorcd into no obligation nnd taken no pledge that in the least degree in- willrthe full and Willful ducharre of-iny- dntiei as a-'Democratic Senator. I. may not lw able to .mydnty with ibe aigfit bring to the task, you majr.reit 'awured you will not be dirtrucbitlwd in tbo Senate while I retain niy rlgfarto represent you. The Fever lu Florida. Fires. AT BRIE .BisiK, Pa., Oct. livery stable wan burned to-dny with thirteen horses. ,LOBS unfchowD. VT WKST TltOV. TKOY, Oct. street car works of J, M. Jones Co. at Went Troy were damaged by lire to tho exlenVof Insurance The wort of repairing will bo Immcdiatety commenccd. AT A1.1I.VKY. ALIJANV, Oit. Qro occurrud tliis evening in the ioie manufactory of Hiillvan nice, corner of Broadway and Wentci'loo street. InnurC'I for wllic.ii will about cover thulow. OF TUB rONIHTION ol flunk. w I.OMiWI.iafc Oct., new caies of yellow fever arc 'reported at Tcr- nandina, on Saturday. Three deaths were iroportcdim Sunday. To-dar five new cases Mid one death. Dr. Wolford who went to Fcrnandlna-froin this city, when medical :awwii3 asked is reported .lying. VKtlOW FKTK31 AT TOTIT IIOVA'L, I nocsTA, Oa., Oct. new1 yellow fever tit Port Hoyal Bince SMurday. Tharo are forty-two coses in all, and ono death 'bos occurred.' The KaBteru Wur. UVSaiAK flONVOY DEFEA.TED. OohBTiKTUfCKje, Oct. S.-A tcleKrnm from Orchane i.tates that It reportnil that 2J batallioni creorllnir a Convoy to I'Jovenn defeated u Itusalun derncti- miint cent to or [xma them. Oct. A diapatchfroni Fmnk- lort ays tbat aooordlng to triut-worUiy In- tellteceoe, the ou tba Franco- Italion frontleit uo being hurriedly put In a of FoncrtroHo exiles and b-ilnif Bribed with now stcdi TUB TtTlKiaU. VOID. The Pcsther etate under reserve that tho Qernmn ambassador to tho Porto has been to declare the Turkish blockade or tho Black Bca ports insufficient and therefore void- iwri com ,wMf vfM iOeu'.m. Novcm- uurjooni l.xiirV St. SS port unrhangodj linfuui.h.npBj J. W. I d Markets bjr i Failure of a Broker. I iJH? PKASCISCO, Oct. failure of W. I. racrabur of the Jfaeific Stock 18 uu'nounccd grows out. of Ilio fiilluro of the Pioneer of winch JUuitcun'ii jfuther is manager. Young Dun-' can lias been .bonanza stocks tlte bunk. "At u meeting ot the creditors of'the bank, this 'afternoon a corn- 1mlttee: of. ilvu'wao appointed to take sion of the bank and report to an adjourned uwetinff of creditors.' Baukers'of the city say tho failure was nbt by them aadthe'imprcMion seems generally that its affairs huve been badly managed, and the failure will proyo disastrous. VOHK NTOOK awn .txinic BAUKKT. NEW YOHK, Oct. H. Kallroxl bonfU tlroi. tt boo.ls at cady. rmm M from Kiu iium tdrhanfiMi rloariur liouiw of utlior IbuikM........ bpiH'lr................. Ix'rftl iwlilln NnUulul IduiL tnnnu dFIMMm MlllJ.H-1 ,l i-rnjilruirit i.r ollii-r NntjuiMiJ nuu- jintikK nn.t l.anl. I, K. II. ri'f tin tliw. Uu, hU' tnio, to Umt m) kuou'lMtgi, liutwrrllxMl nnd niiAr of October, H7T, II UM'l n. X. liciu; J. P. Gilmore's Steam Hat Works, Xl'nlrr WOUU) INFOUM born ift TOK BCoaks f.lock BioUanun mntmraud wlli prbulpjri doollnrai M follows: W.. tiet jc 3MXM IK AJU K TOT. Oct. 8, e j Wwtyrn Union, rT.liOO; Erlo 73.000. Jloned against Seizure of an Amoricuu Bnrk. NKW YOKH; steamA1 Oteo- putra, from Ilio West Indies, brings i ncw.i that tho. baric lOato, of Now York, was Dcizod by the iiuthorllles at Clenfuctfoa, Cuba, September 35th, two of the orcvc luivlng reported contraband, such' as guna and ammunition aboard, Tic marines 'from: Spanish insu-of-wer were placed on her 'and the men held as cargo Is discharged. witnesses until her UuinnjMit Oounell. ___ i All the Aldormen were present except Ahlorman Crouso, Mayor Beldcn in tbu eh.dr. PotitiouH wcro presented for oil lauapy In Uui Si-cuiul ward, damages for cult ing off a pnvuto sower, plank aldonallc on Loarcn- worth avenue, meeting wooden .buildings on II and brick Hi.--.vur hv Howard htrcia to conni'ci with tho Burner street miwur TliJ petitions wore referred to the 'i'lui reported an. I'.xlt-nilud list of ordinances. Tho reitdlng wiu disneuscd with :and the ordinances nilupicd and ordtmid iirmled. Oommitteii on reimrted in favor of n pu'.ltlon for covering tho etnto race, and a rt'-soliitlon wan aijopted renuost- 1 OK t he state authoritlu to do wort I'roposala- for paving tlio on; tho south side of Wjvyno strovit wore received an follows: Jolm ....ssfl.W- JHIUOM Moorv SK W welcome Scow 5l> 00 yproHuc, webh A Cu ay N) The contract was awarded to .Tames Mooro at Ins propouil. nlso rect-lyod for paving tlie gutters on Mi-.disoii atriiut C. C'ivwiy. UDG.O DlcUurk Labor Cuuvoiition. THOV, Oct The OonvontioB met, boro this morning. Tho pennaaeut oillcers are: Prcsidont, Qcoi'gc iJUlr, of Now York; .Flrat Vicu -President, Charles Ronenctans, of New York; Second Ylee-Prcsidont, J. P. Richard, ot Montoo county: Tlurd P. H. Mo- Cormlck, of Albany; .Secretary, VLf.'. ilc- Kerntu, of Troy; Asslttant-Secrotary, P. Ji Jackson, .of Ohemuiig county; Treasurer, Sibley, of Sohneotadjr; BVgennKO- Arms, P. J. Cairoll, of Tiogit county. A oommittoe of tiro was appointed to confer with tho committee from, the Greenback Convention. Tho afternoon wai occupied in dittjussing the dlsfranchiseraekf, amend- ment to the constitution; ntittee of ono Kishcp, ono rresbylorian and ono luyman, to consider and recommend the beat method of discharging lliodobt of tho foreign'department of uomo The report postponed am) the resolution tabled. Tho twelfth annual report, of the commia sloneni of the Honip Mission I o r.olotcd pco- plowosread. It sets .forth I heir labors at length. It says the pecuniary obligations are all discharged, and have a balance of in tho treasury, aad that It would be Xmwiso tomako any radical changes in'the .administration "of tho worlf, unless 'some- thing more. practical and promialog much greater can aul-stituted in. IU stead. After, some discussion the whole matter was laid upon tne table. Ifon, ofthe arid it was ordered printed. Biahop Iiynch, tho now Bishop of Africa, introduced and mudoja short address, and was followed by Biehop Lay, who spoke on the subject of Afrknn earoeat support to thb branch of the board's labors, Adjourned until Wednesday evening.. Tlio Argus und Tweed. ALBANY, .Oct. Arum of to-mor- row mfrntug will contain the following: I From the SBW York Trlbuno, but. iJ, 1S77J New YORX, January 111, National to tbo onlor 'oC tho National Coaiiherclul Bank 6C Albiuy four thouaaud dollara. -WM, ItTwuitD. [ludortod'J wu. OAUBWT, W. AUjiKiNO, AUr, are rsspeatfully invited to an early examination, whilst the assortment is vetun- broken. COAL! COAL! sop rows DEL, W. COAL, EOG, per Ton. Ton. ot :hu city, So. 5 pt POPUX-AR WANCINQ V3T AsjMleroyor.on-opcnan .UAUU Octobw ;iii Im tin illlia Wdtoluwl .Itr-': M Moro. win IK- Klren ovcnr >rhl.qs uouuuvncuur O Ito- 18m. -i. -'V Wanted TO; iw t it- In Uw cwatKrv A IK Acoox 'nr MMilI f unuy MO.UO ____ Wftlcinao Bwltli m ohiKiAllAHlior ____ praauiOVcbbJS Co (Mftou Tho report oC t'uo Chief Engineer, of tho Fire Deparlment was received dnd placed ou (lie. A bill II. K. Brown, Bupcrlnten- dftiit of atreow. wwi wicclved Iroia Uuadr, amounting to for work on Wont FnytiUD ttrmt ttlland to boon orilerotl by Mr. Brown. The hill wao referred to Aid, Burncs mid City At- tornoy, A rusolullon v-a adopted dcflnlnr the salary of Superintendent ot SireetK m fl.-'W) lu full of till K. O'Neii .WM appointed of tho West Quucscu per Pavid Fluid wan appointed Inipoctot of Uio Onondoga utrtfit Tlmx> hundreii and fifty doilnrn were appropriated for tcmporivry -of cleaninc UM improved XrccU mul Kuttera of city. A warrant for urdcMd In ut Iho City Attoviioy, to be olurged to the fiiuu for and contu. A warrjnt; .lor wu ordtrad in Cnriir of John. ,O ill In put pcyoitot fur piivlnx tl.io ton Cnioa Avonup,   Daniel attorney, was put on tho back ot tho check and the irmkcr of it .thereby: enabled to obtain: the .money it. .-Baslncsi: mw as-well as bankers will this endoraumont .was not needful to make it-negotiable, from its being-drawn directly to iho order of the bank, t tint from IU form' was the .only endorser needed to procure pavnient1 and the ludiftment of the jiirgtu. .cemnany. was a surplcsiKOj: the .necMinty. of IdentiOaition aud giurontco. AVo received Iftstevonioif tho followlugnttttment from' Iho.oiUccrs of tbo Commercial Bank: i OomnnuHJuu BAKI. I I. ALUAKJ, Ootober, 6, Itwr.' t An txumipatlon ol the thu bank the avails ot the check pay- able to ot William M. Tweed 'of .January, 1871, on .the. Tentli National .CannUn Items. TITK KT BtdiwBLL, Ont., Oct. OJ-A heavy H.pu'thuuat gale gave has swept Iho coast for the last eighteen houra. Tho scow McCatl. laden with tics, struck lha pier hqro thin mosnlng, breaking up Loss STAHLBY, Ont, Oct. bark Sumlait, of Garden island, loaded, went ashore eastward of this harbor this evening, 'Jhe-soa Is running high and it is imposHlblo lo launch a boat from tho shore. INUIAK TKEATT. OTTAWA; Oct. govMament has information that fho liidlan Com- idissioner satisfactorily cnuoluded a treaty with' tlw trlbos of Ulack Feet on the Milk river 'and'In tho neighborhood' (1C For' Wnlsh ami CypruRN Hill. AN ovnnutnt SOITOOKEH TunONTO, Out. Out. ia felt for the schooner SpcKlailt, Capt. Cook, wlio I'.-ft-Tucsday last with corn for Ottdennburg, iyith a crew of live, ratin hau not since bean heard of. Tcsnulfi. wbich left hero about thc-nnmo time have, made .tlio round irlp. been a southwest (jalo all day. Mtixlcnu ItcrniT. i HAVAKA. Oct.- ailvicua li> September 114th say thai contraband buui- nona on thu increasing to a fuarful extent.. Congress has authorised the government ti> expend in the construction of a factory for breech-loading iirms. The gov- ernment has contracted :for worth of Remington arms. t _ The collector fit Vora Oruz bos been of- fered lo remit monthly to tbu United bums on account ot .the payment olMhe American debt. Biialngss is improv- ing. The Mexicans are out of numor with Dnitoti States Minister Foster. Tboy liuve liu could greatly Influence the early settlement Crimes. AUUEBT OK COOMTttliriEITEIia. Poster and Thomas, Jjowis, two notorious 3. JMorrtlit] An. ICxp. M! Otat. HIM. i .----------._ HmrtamJIi Do. prat 137. n. P.SUwk CTM. Kick. So. 72. IIuroK Central MMW VVHW. OlM.MM.tff. Oct. U. of l.on) Vll-Vftltat- inalila iMttor-on low Kradot I.ITTI.K KA1.1.II IVAItKKT. Auumr, Oct. b, KOO.J clioi-nr. for luvnT'wMch eoolvrfcoii. About00 torioi rcpreoentod nni! over B.IIUO offerad. iwllli oH very riojKi, owlnir wtiia rcjuliEMl, Balcticit Imlk inilnit for Mr Ogimi tliin op yew tor KQiia, tlio mow i- gooil .rtlclfl ifotUriff i'..wvp I color nod ftiililtJtll kitten LAUIEh. of oil tf tutu 4Theta School la'am" KKCOMDTKNDH OATTUS _ lUx-olpu "M MABIKKT. llcrrjui, Oct. 8, isrr. Um lil. olrtrinjm IUEIOI wllh portion of a llxht of imrcliauera: union of 100 MP-I. proportion ot vrJilcli were for eulem iblppera J.r.iau.Ou; butohen uid rnwJiuD, o.ottisu.40; ciiprt Iioma trado d exirart mid watteraaudttlaMV-AQD.liO: common to KOoa extra wMtara and atat4t jmod to uholno do oomraou to cholno wilw irHoat common loftixl ortni oommon to choice oxtra Kt. Louli SjO; arm; rwwlpui uarrcln; aalu bamb. iiuwdy; luUoi of buroUiM ror wiporlmo nue; -vna for wwtflrn. WBUT, leoolpu buihulil; marl.-c-t hlghor, clonlnu llttlu uanai New York No li uprinK; 3.31tfil M toi) uprlnii for No 11 Clilaueo aim Ko l.MrorKo 1 Mlnlieialu: I.adfor Imnl -1 "priUK: for ungrailud wlutar red; .Mai.MforNow Y'jrtNfi 3 ,lo; J.hO fordoNol: roMiwwniir Ko '.I rod: -J.63 for No a wlitlo and white' vrMtjra." for wlilto uid wlilln stttc; (or No I Krit, ijulot auwly; No I! wealcm at 74 Unaixr. moranctlro nnd morentnfuly, but without noydo- la prioo: iwlra of U8.UIO tiuia- lun- qalet and iitondy; "t uu i.io. itowi, reetilpu !1 loartuil Kolwltor nnil mtliiir nuloti zr -for Miociiprt moaOy KHKKP ANll ilnotpu UMUy S.OOO hiwd ro.rtot MtI.e; prlc 1 fail1 to prlcoi tlwtu and klizbrr i at for ico .i wook IL'.-KXihwia; rvfalr demand and lower: Yorx- ooru ftxl nnd fxwt At cood IH-LIV [o nlroiiffer, iwt" quiet': 30.006 41 for whllcTlo, Incltl'lInK Nnw laiu'SS .00 Ko a white do No I at ssw- ralied irMtom mO'-HSj whit? di whltada ull; ror rwllniti; crop unaUrn anil orki. noorus were arrested with n number of pioslcf Purls moulds and largo quautlty of counterfeit Quarters, lialves and trade dollars. IX JAIL. Mass., October Hackqy, arrested for burglary, hung himself' in hia cell with a ropo made by tearing, up hfci pants. Ho hailed from New York. General Sews. ad unoluuigfld; utokdy und ___'or f to Rood nllii- led uulot tit 10310M ror __ for now for now Noir Uutto "fooli KKO. Th not hnJna wore ini waa rat-'inr tlian n ilmninil for prlnio tl-o .imply lo yMtonlny 1 DRY HOP YEAST Assignee's Notice. jorther, Jloorr At ID l Hrracuiw. tholill, w. tholill, ,lnv DfOi-tnln.r'iUrr IIKNHV K. AMIKII.-I-. STOVES ANO HA.NWB3. PortolUoo; S8 l hiliiadl; Now nt cloning ot Mlu ot at  IM, do not irnrmit Much R AoncluiUon. Glim wurn mada IMI Kaur l09tn ivt OOc, two lobi nt "Ao. Oood wlnMr npploic. Qreon oft, yoilonlir at 75c. A cpuplo of nmnori, onn 'rom Uarci-Uiiii KEEP WARM! nv USINO ,'riu: Good itacord PARLOR STOVE, orcn onATc: rtncoiDC, Till Delaware .Lclanii WOTTINOHAM: Ucnl Kstato IJA8B11ENT Vllli "A." CORKER ONON- i I auk Jlulkltair. Clly. lafte aad 7-otra I'roportj- cdfor. llt'lIU CQlllMUld. ixlUnlU f or were no.t credited to tbo .jcoinpftoy or, aaj, j or any customer of the bavlng betra asked 03 an act of and without T.lio bank took tbo customary pre- cnation of rrquuiag a guutDtea of the Identity oC ilrnwer and ptynwnt ou. pttsontatloa Wo been unable to find tuo traca of any other of his decks oa pawing through tit bank. T Oet claimed- will covet; tho Ua-nagea to the .wracktd sound oleanMr How Ql ttw tnua- Wm Canidy wu a of tlio bank Tlw ylrjiu ooojptny kept Itaac- ttount Ui.re, and. neither jumptaj nor any of us kept tank account euowhete In cancluikon we may add Mr, GroKbeck, now cashier, wu then tbo paying'ltllcr Oct. The HWJOlrv when ,Milca the Mcz-Poreca la iquil to tlw Iaiaou3 Jjftvit Itcds, and it hi balleved that Mi tea noi oufflcmnt foroe to i 1 1 bity until rainfareenwata arrive, if he Itw IndboM CM defend tbtir position until to aeefcn inter 3 pur tlnx OH nm Oct. S-Ajttojpw.eW, an afld Tcosyek wiU will mitt Yoiw. Oct. steamship has arrived from Liverpool. TUB 'UKKKOWK DK.VD. Oct. skeleton unknown oian, well dressed, was frund In tho soren miles oast of here. 'famrautj. .N. J. Ocl. There ti quits -ftn oxrJtenMnt All alone the river to-. in relation to the bodies of those who lost their lives at t ho recent railroad ocol- deiit, Upiho Diilawate. 'msar Mllfbrd, toe rallrojiil for the .re- covery of each. Five bodies aronttll missi MISISO'THOtKUU. j T Ptonniyl- .Tiuiln.Coal Oompany 'placed guards tonight over all their property exposed to incendi- arlain. There has' boon, uo requisition yet .upon the gavernment for protection. A, Hosnrair, Ocu 0. Wheeler, for thirty: ywn a well-known resident of BoiburT district, and 'member of good stsoding in tbs Orthodox: church, fled, Uk- witaliim or raiwd OB tnorUagej, aotei.eie., which, he BOI laU4 .wllh. bankn and FOREIGN BISPATCHS8. AND Ko 1 unbor winter whli o da T.wsis, 00; doable cnra conoeeelODd inue on oubrlda tiom; utMOt WlUAT, willUi at Bak-i of red at 1.9U: Ko 1 Imw.ukmi club i Oo fcy MBipla u S3; re. OOMJf HfUr-Lowi r; bolted unbolted at 2J.60 T Bharta nlddllivni guthw-W OfoU. WKtiaKTS -Wbut awl feta com Mid 8M, Iwlar SM to York; barlny la York. u Bottfcon 40, lo reel; barley 33.000 biuiiela; ryo txao bu> Iteln. Ocl. 8. aad- imchutnd; Ni-lca coo amMr wfclui ritr. rround Ko !i .Dibar i of 7.900 Notice. T DiJBinE TO IHFOHU MY J'ORMEK J. rctliyid builium AlliwraoMlndebUd to me wll oeltlfl Uinlr Kt oniia. Alliwcouuu mommtuo praMtitcd AUMi ownliift watcliiiK. JOBinlrr or ray mint tall for I within DO dwn. In my alinwoe Inlornmtina OKI bo obuluod of ud nftytuenu nuuSo to Mr. tt. K. I M lUtoii District CXjurt' tatfiMa Jllock. ___ BXEKS. Centennial Furnacos, AKI) COOK STOVJBJS Hi I'vrry dncrlpiiim. A awi-tnicm House Furnishing Goods AT EOWAHI) IHUKE'S, GO Went TU PUItSUANCE OF AS ORDER OF Surroifawi ol thi> Conntr of On- ODiIwi, York, notlpe UMTbr mren to tlw tMlulluidiiU. ot town ___ol HpBJtorri. IL reiiiilrwd to ____ tborcor, to Uio 'Bubocribor. la tbe town of BoaJTortl, U t to. Uw of ben ntyof STOVES. Parlor M SIOTBS, luoJuOlnr tbo flathbone, Sirtf Co.'s Make. Furaact'H, Ac. ol" nil JOHN PKASB. K: HriuUl ntn-iit. E. fflcDOUGALL LEADS ON BOHOM PRICES f an i hfuhf r: i aa Mon- pwketj o( EnglWi tod Mriving it ll' Mi Iwiy eUtioru. Oct. A urren Koadiy wan buildiiin eauHutA, hot Ike yiuncaco, Oct. Arrived, cr Origin ttom Roug Tok Sip.. ll.-Tlw choUn U bukta the by lef ite; aa4 MM COM, dufl; mlMk o J mtwd. weiMra a uUud TuleJo of S.IM anMM unotu rb im- Biglnr! wbut 11, otte IK H nr York. rfMtbant-mtomt: to vcnr- cm tarii jt OK; otto t, f.nl> bKlutrd; iDMbec To- line Mnrril! The loll and -Winter OwnpaiKn ol 1877 now JiUrly SHODDY uudiBHSKKPKEHK STATION In tho wulo oi BOOTS and 8HOEB, at 42 Bantu Mavluff Jutl laid In a lurito stock ol A. Ho. 1 1 to olTtr I'JrxC- and at IMWKll P1UCICS ttmn over, not to coine and examine my larxe ot and PKmfKW MTTINO Hoot. tlhocfi, for Men, Women iuul Cl.llclrwn. 1 AJH THE! AO1HOHIZKD AGKNT lor I5DWIN HUHTS' aud CKtl'PKBSB' WNE fiUOKS. Alin- JAMUN M. BUBT'B (Hurt Jtti OenU' Fine Booti I tueie D1BKCC FROM THE MAJtUFACTUJUJHS. OU> STOCK, 3KCONto-HAJil> OoOOS, The Globe One Price :Cash Boot aud Shoe Sim, SOUTH STREET. A CO., k taabw BJEAI ESTATE BEOKEES NO. 1, BA8KM1HT HAVIK-OS BANK BUILDING, SiniCCSK. !t. T. City anul Ooiiuty Pn HOUMH Honted and J. Ml. I-. aW 34 SWTI SUM STKET, SUK Htm BlOtt, i I   

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