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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - October 6, 1877, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                TITUSVILLE MOENING HERALD OCTOBER 6 1877 Nulurdav O 1S77 a IB Tictet FOIJ pFTHL SUlltEME f 00 UT P FOTt SiiTK TU12A5UKEU IAMjC HART of D iuph u A of Sobnylkilt JUDGE JOHN J II ID N D IfiKSO tf BY TEtEGR Associated Press Bispatclies NEW YORK and NEW YORK October 5 Dispatches show the storm of yester day and last night was severewherever felt The centre of the eycloue of the A iWiltiiingtpn dispatch saya An accident id a passenger frain rionth onthe Wilmington Sc Northeru Railroad last night was caused by tbe track being washed above Coateaville The engine upset and engineer Amos Penuock was killed and the fireman badly sealdad The storm oil the Hudson last night was the heaviest in years Ths accident on tho Hudson River Railway at Rjver dalelast by a wallfall ingThe engine was thrown its upon aide and thebaggage and express cars aud one passenger car piled upon each other The track was cleared thia morning and trains are vuuuing regularly t i A Scrautdn dispatch says A fast freight train on the Delaware Hudson Road ran off tha track owing to a mis placed switch last night near Melroao station Patrick Riley engineer was saaldfld to vdeathoand ijliohaelj Mor rick1 lireiuan crushed to Jones brakeman was badly injured The section watchman reports examining the switch half an hour before the acci dent The accident ia attributed to strikers Slen The steameitfMassehusetts from Provi dence for NewYorkl weiitiashoro near i b t eke d ilasschusetts from York Nortons PointLong Islaiul Sound at mid uight She lies about 400 feet from shore full of passengfts are all safe The in n umber in cluding tvveutjMiyeladies were landed by fast on the gulf passed yesterday afteruoou midway She broken and of water up It iafeared she will go i 7 10 piuuua BUB was heavily insured but between Norfolk and WaHhtngton left the is uot kdowllA grcat deal coast near Cape May and probably purf he Q Cousi8ting of bales of cotton sued a northeasterly path about 100 miles oi ftnd merchandise from coast Ram is uow falling in Wa3ithrown overboard to Jightan her The NeyyEngland Bisewherptlie jjassat hxisuttfi was an entirely rid w boat clear or partly cloudy Along the ISevr nnd hef th Q Shewas 325 long 46 feet beam 70 feot over all 1000 burden had dntious for 220 passengers in berths ei clusivo of staterooms and was iu reality the New Euglaudcoast numerous smallcrafts were eunk hut no loss oh life isreported vrhilo larger vessels sought secure harbors By the breakingof dams at Chestercreek Pa Groziers Mills at Upland were flooded and several fiiindred hands temporarily thrown out of employment II ills iu Chester are much damaged Trains ou the Baltimore Central ifreat lydeJayodVby the washouts sad tele graphic ebnriifuriication withtheui broken A Chicago dispatch says reports begin cutne in of serious damages totake shipping daringthe blow of the past two days No great disaster has occurred but numerous small accidents are reported a Uoatiug 1 the Pipe of Prate The delegation of Sioux and Arrapahoes wh6 have been iu this city the past two or threeda vs leftUm eveningijtaPetiu syivauia3 Riil toadfor ivCouileiL Bluffs Thero was a great throng of people at the depotwhere Indians smoked the piue of peace with Coiqnpi Carpenter who gave them a baggage trunks aud other articles prosentSd them ULUGLVUiJ OlilliU v vsuy t 1 1 A and Bearcely a vessel that was out of port Washington and purchases made in this escaped injury entirely ThV tyi H j J Thr Gilinmi Forcvri T v arid Eveline Dale are ashore The brig Fashion is going to pieces at Saugituck and others aro iu trouble Loss of life reported The damage by the storm in Brooklyn is estimated at Houses were Thr Gil lit Foritri There are no additions reported to the amount already given of Witliam C Gil mans forgeries He was executor and manager of the estate of his brother and it is believed that the proceeds of the es unroofed and blown downcellars flooded tatq were used by htm before he resorted sewers overflowed aud trees uprooted tf forgery to cover heavy losses The Cochran building oue of the finest i Creditors generally deny that steps are iu the ciy was Hooded and merchandise to the amuunt of ruined Brown Gorhim fruit importers have failed Liabilties assets un known A Efficiency or 91fl5OOO The insurance agency of Alliger Bros this city is in default about with Commercial Union Assurance of England The agency is indebted to other companies but for small amounts Commercial taketi plete possession of the agency its books1 accouuts cash ele and aro temporarily conducting its L f be fJrrilitvrN olFriiuU IjrMlia reported aggregating about The house and furniture on that being taken by them looking towards the dompoQiidiug of felony This assetp of Oilman are somewhat heavier than at first street are valued at acfcof Oilman bafore leaving the city on Saturday was to secure a loan from the Commercial Mutual turning over among other collateral scrip hu purchased from James Eaton and two FOREIGN The War s LONDON October 5 Berlin dispatch says the Russians officially acknowledge it loss of 52000 men up to September 27 and the same dis patch says the Russian grain harvest 53 disappointing1 both in quantity and quali ty Wet weathur in August and scarcity of laborers aro assigned as tho cause of the short yield further particulars of the battle before Kara make it evident tho Russians assault ed thu Turkish positions along the whole line and were iepulsed with heavy losa The iuaiu action was fought Tuesday Turkish line extended from Great aud Little Yagin two fortified hills iu the Kuriskada plain as far as Ari on tbft Amj pachi river with the centre advanced i toward the river arid resting on Kizil i Lope The Russians reinforced by new I troops and those lately employed against other small he pieces raised heavily for respectively and given iu the American Eichauge Bank to about The money received from theCoinmerial Mutual loan Oilman took with him to today adopted the report of the commitNorwiill to a bm 5murred by his tee appointed to deviaun settlement The duj tho sulnmer ln insuranCe report aavwed the creditors to consolidate tUo opiaiou is pnValeut that Gil man jg in tho cit Ju coinwuni family and confidential their interests aud intrust the entire busi ness to a board of management consisting i of five principal creditors It was also stated that alter careful examination thu books were found in great confusion No balance sheet has been made since 1873 and the books had uot been written up aince March last The business ia consid ered a paying one Leslie had drawn Tory largely upon the resources of tho es tablishment the amount being 000 per annum which in their Jjudgmeut was in excess of the profits The business j had also been conducted gantly The committee thought in years the debts could be paid The plan advisors CALIFORNIA on SAX Fiujfciaco October 5 A dispatch just received from the Pa cific dlail dock saya the steamer Constitu tion from Victoria is on tire oil the Heads Several tugs have taken hold of the very eitrava ateamet Constitution and are txnving her infftit m loreaiuptothecityfitful with tho intention of ouudi on the ilt3 There U proposed ia that Leslie have supervson excitement of he bnsmeand be allowed 20 no cent of the profits is salary SO per cent to be divided pro rata quarterly among the creditors The board of managers consists of exGovernor Rice Wm H Parsons John U HallEdward Good win Jr and NVilltam B Wilson Railroad OlUciuU in Council It ia statated the meeting of railroad freight men today was lively in charac ter and butiuiea demonstrative It ap pears the representatives of the Grand Trunk Rail road of Canada are holding out against the proposed schedule of East bound rates and aro not satisfied with the existing arrangements transportation of live concerning tho the Caucasian insurgents began i Company the battle at daybreak Tuesday j Reorder of Deeds by an assault on Groat Vftgin the extreme outwork of the fortifications twelve miles due east from ICars Kara seems to hafe boon taken by surprise a single Turkish battalion defending Great Yagiu was cut Carter having tho indictment against hin and accompanying papers accordingly iusae a warrant for the Senators arrest A technicality however appears in the requisition which may necessitate returning it to South Carolina for amendment before definite action is taken Jund R cottli Not Scrioualy Oiiuiua d Tho damago by water to land records will not be so great ns at first anticipated and in all probabilities there will be uoiib totally destroyed Ilic Cubiuet was in session only a short time today nud nobusiness of importance But ons appointment was made that of Robert Sanderson to bo United States At torney for the Territory of Montana vico Theopholis Gaines resigned JubliMttiux Coiiipnuy Hucorporalil Today a certificate of incorporation of the National Republican Printing and was filed with thq Amouut of capital The corporntora aro A Jli Clapp Alexander R Shephard Hallett Kilbourn HenryH Clapp General O E Bnbcock and Lewis Clapham The Wisconsin Republican Association to pieces or captured with tha post after ilre iwpamican auon two hours defense which ave the Turk has uxist undlr tha Ireaeut civil service rules two hours defense which gave the Turks an opportunity to prepare for tha next as sault Up to this point all accounts agree but regarding subsequent events are very conflicting A Turkish official dispatch says a great battle ensued lasting thirteen hours Repeated Russian attacks were repulsed with heavy loss A Russian bul letin from Grand Duke Michaels head quarters 4th hist says After the cap ture of Great Yaugiti it was found that Little Yaugiu was so strongly fortified that an attempt to assault it was cousidi ered premature After thirteen battalions fma from the Turks to reinforce Mukhtati Pasha had beeu repulsed out troops fortified themselves iu tho position they occupied Our loss Tuesday was 3000 killed and wounded The euemys losses lire not less Wo captured 200 Turks The Turkish account as torepeated at STATE NEWS tacks after thecapture of the lirst Turk ish position seetu correct otherwise there could not have been GOOO men killed and wounded The Russians also attacked the centre but wero repulsed Simultaneously a Russian force moving from the direction of Ari endeavoredto turn the Turkish right between itukhtar Pasha and Kara This is the movement referred to by the correspondent saying hopes aro entertained of tha cuttting of Mukhtar Pasha fromKara Of this affair the Turkish bulletins say After five hours lighting the Russian force of six battalions and two regiments of cavalry were driven back and pursued to the banks of tho Arpaci A Russian bulletin says a lodgment ef fected on the Turkish right ilank and the Turkish attack on next day was repulsed and the enemy driven camp A CjufYrlive SCIIANTON October G The Prosiclents of the Pennsylvinilt Coal andDelaware Uudaon Canal Coui panies nnd Greneral Coal Agent of the Delaware Laekawahna CoaJ Company had a conference today witli their iniuera ou strike Theminerii recededfrom their 25 per oeut advance but the ho companies declined iinyhe gotiatious pendingthe atriku CTIorluu Itn I PHILADELPHIA Octobers John S Morton eiPreisident of the West Philadelphia PassungeriBaihvay Company has made an assignment of his entire property real estate arid perspnal for the benefit of his creditors The value of the assignment is not yet known I erubacU iiuil UuiKd labar Hsirlr The State central ofthe Greenback and United Labor parties hkve agreed to unite for the purpose of con ducting the present State campaign and be known as the United Greenback aud Labor State Central Committee MISSOURI A Minuquft as far as the outer line of their The Russian loss herd was 300 stock Oflkfirs grouped ou deckmostly for tlie body of thofire sectns to ba just abaft the paddleboies The ire working but only are in use A report from the dock says firo wag discovered iu tuecoaViibdnt Bight steamer uas been taken to the mail dock toJand tho passengers Tho steamer Constitution was towed to Mission 1lats scuttled and souk np to beir guards During tlie afternoon a cumber of tugs and fire engines were pouring streams into bur and ahe is now ftillofwatef within two or three feot of j thu main douk The fire vtna ertinguished killed and wounded Prom those con flictingstatements it is apparent the lodgment was uot of any importance Finally the Turkish bulletin coucludws Wo have gained a brilliant victory and in ilicted a loss of over 5000 on the entmy The RuHaiau bulletin concludes Today Thursday our right Hank will withdraw from thu positions Tuesday on account occupied by them of the difficulty in iiereii uuci IDfelitiitl ST Louis October 5 j Leadinglawyers bankers and merchants of the city today presented Judge Dillotl of the United States Circuit Court with an address expressing their great respect for him personally and as a judge and their gratification at his triumphant vin dication against the insinuations recently made against him aud tendering him a public banquet The latter however he was obliged to decline urgent business re quiring his presence at Des Moines for which place he left tonight cargo Ufty miles from port when the ire tho grciiteat cool ness was displayed by tliu passengers offi ew aiul crew The firo Briginated jUat baft the afterboilers which wore soon bandoned and made port under laJCsteaui power Tliu lira d belsveen decks and tlici hold abift thu iiddte boies Cauau unknown DELAWARE at 5 p in The damage is not yet ascer ff fained but iifofi beliejred 7to have boeii during the niffht and ou the early morn mostly confined to tlie cargo Tha ship ing trains They were all very reticent as to the objectsof tbe meeting and refased nil information TJio Presiduiitaof trbhk lines nsscmbled in the Bama liotel and when r tlie meet ing of frciglit journed word was v received frcjn Colonel hothinK of kny importance to the public had beau done Responsible railroad menTsayaUlioiigh an advance of five cents will be made on eeriiin classiili cat ions offreight a decline of five cents will take place on other clns Biflcatious wLiuh will make tho nggreale receipta from freights the same as here tofore It is intended to aoolish the special class embodyingaUgoods hereto fore carried under thishead in thegrado known as Fourth Clas the rates of which are to be lowered o meet tho change Many heretofore carried in tho Fourth Class will be transferred to the Third and so on until the whole list is re arranged Rfiilrantl Acciilenlx A PR dispatch sinys An eicursiou train from the Pennypackor re union yesterday ou Pickering Valley Rail road when near Phcenixville last niuht between b 9 aud 10 oclock wia batlly bythe ruins washing outthe trick for some distance There about 200 Up t this sbovv twelve killed and about flftyt wpyindcd to the confusion and in impossiblu to obtain names or tho ainc number of killed and wounded An embankment about forty feet higl washed away by the rain fall and the night pitch claik the fnct did no bfecome apparenttothe cnkhieurtill tol laU The first and uccond cars lelescuped accouuta for theJarsro aumbaro injured A FrenchtownN J dispatch pprsoni wero drownodIiKtho reck of express on Belvidere the eDginesr conductoraud an uuknowi The train liea aomo aiaiiiirco fron tig ill ore itwas waiihed by tho muster others saved themselycsljj illnriue U innnlrrH LEWIS October 5 The storm last night was the most furi ous destructive that has visited Delai yare in niany jcftni Abont 120 sail noatly wood laden and cpllieiaflay iarbor and teii aehoonors oundered at their mooringa At day light the unfortuuatecfewa werediscov Clinging to therigging of tho snmkeii vcsaola and res cued at great peril by small boats In the roads heavy shipping fared badly The Italian bark Firoenz The Italian bnrk Firoenz of froin Philadelphia for Ldndon was sunk near Dape Henlopcn and the brig Nundeejadch forPhilacIelprhia totallydestroyed The btenmer Rpckieeyaiites of Damariscotta stranded ou the btiach inside the harbor and many other vessels were damaged more or less by collision i obtaining a supply of water The Turks estimated the Kussiau forco engaged against their left ut thirtylive battallions of infantry aud nine regiments of cavalry Littie Yangiu wuts assaulted live times and takck and retaken The movement agaiuat tho Turkish right ilauk was so near sue ceeding thatilufchtar Pushas comtnuni cations with ICurs at one time were actu ally severed Eventually thu repulse was complete along the whole line aud the Turks remained in possession of the field A Viena dispatch says the Montene grins abandonment of further offensive movements in Herzegoviuia in due to political considerations The territory they now hold ou that side exactly cor responds with the line of demarkotiou filed last autumn by the international cotumission and likewise proposed and ac cepted by preliminary conference at Constantinople as rectification of the fron tier which might eventually bo given to tha JWntenegrins It ia not likely there fore that Montenegro will be allowed more in the finalsettlementwhich must be made by Europe so Princo Nicholas with his usual cool calculations is now turning his attention to the other aide to ionquor what he can there on the chance of beingallowed to keep it At the same time ha may be able to cooperate with Servia in the direction of Senitza ami NOT Bazar in case Servia renews hostilities A dispatch from Berlin states Slehemet resigned tha chief command of tha army oh account of tho lack of coopera tion of other generals and because the government failed to furnuh the rein forcements demanded Alis recall is ascnbed to the influence of Jfahetnoud Damad tjhe Siiltans brotherinlaw Sulei man Pasha Fazli Pasha Mehemet AU and Achmet Kyoub have arrived at Shuuila The last two are on their way hither Pasha tele graphs tliat Thursday tho Turks occupied the heights of Great Yauilar Yangin which had been evaennted by the Rus sittnii during the night Two Turkish col umns are iiuw attacking the Uussians who are on tho bank of the Kar stool opposite Kobak heights whilst the Turkish cavalry from Bonbatan and n corps from Kezil Tepe have been sent 16 threaten the communications of the Rui riaua iu their campat Kurabel Fighting was proceeding when the telegram wai dispatched Tlmrsday but Jltikhtar Pasha concludes as follows We havo every confidence iniur success Vienna correspondent says Mehemat Alis removal is due tdintrigues of jealous Turkish rivals whoaccused him of sur rouiKling himself with German and other foreign ofllcuis who related rhis plans to thelhiSsiaris The Egyptian Princa Has sanis prominent among Mehemets df trnotoM It is notable that Mehemt Alis last action fKiled in a great measure bo Uontidontial the Egyptian troops did not support Ninlh ic j Grant and suit are visjtiug Mrs Sartoris near Southampton Mra Elizabeth A Schultz has been appointed postmistress at Saleth Ills There were twentyseven canes of yellow fever at Port Royal yesterday N6 deaths reported An incendiary fire in the village of Nauticoke near Wilkesbarre yesterday destroyed fourteen buildings Loss In the race at Cleveland yesterday Between Rarus Hopeful and Great Easti firu for a purse of 1500 the former won Time 31 12 14 Great Eastern took the first two heats VJittifti I October 6 1 A M f Indications Kor thu Lake Region west erly winds stationary or higher pressure arid temperature in Upper Lakes clear or partly cloudy weather in Lower takes partly cloudy weather aud areas of light rain I FINANCIAL ANB COMMERCIAL GOLD CLOSED AT 102 iiriu NKW YORK October 5 Money Primo meixuutUu impct perccnt Ciiatoni recuiiita The United States AaHibtant Treasurer dis bursed 499000 CloiuiuirH Storliuj cjuiet oua at 4SO short Ut18l Dry goods imports for ho week Gold stortdy nt lit lOiWi riuca at Vt o f nor cent Loaus ul8o nuido Mai Silver at IVondon at55Jstl per ouiioe Hero silver burs lire nuoted tit12HSiu do iu gold llJi hilvor ioin discount Government buuda steady Railroad bonds firm State boiuia Tho Stock iiiartut active with some widbfluctuiuious Iu oarly deniinsis Kpeenlii tioti was slrousj aud pi icen udvuuced tt to per cout This uilvuucu purtiaily loatitiiii ugaiu recovered m aomoiuataueea ut second enl Trauauetiotip at tho Stock Krchaiifie today slinres uf which b000 were Aew York Ceutfiil 3MO Krie 05000 iiUo Sliiire cuuiinou 7OUU irutVirrcil 8UUO Kock Islauu 19000 St Paul 00i Ohio SOUO Walnish 8000 Delaware iludsou 53000 Delawaiv Luckawuuuu Uosteru 9000 JlichiKau Ceutral oOOO llhuoib uuiil 3000 1aeitio Mail aud 10000 Westem Union 1OV12HSMKNT BONDS DBIAHTMEST WASHINRTOV July 13 1S7G f To J H Cogswell Pu Sin The tollowmif section of u law biivtj lioen passed by Comjresa uut approved by the PrcHidtnt i Sec 13 That transient newspappra aufl rcgnhir primarily for or tot free cireiihttiou iiomiual rates nil niinlvil iriultir of I hi third cluHH unsealed cireiilara Hliull bft lulmitUul to nml he transmitted iii thi inailri lit the rate ufouu citiH foe every two ounce or fractional part thereof uml one emit lor wich two additional ounces or fraclioiuil part thereof and the sender of uuy article the third of mail matter may writu bin or her naino or address tliorein or on lh onttiide thercol with the woril from ubuvo or pncodins the same or may write tirinlly or print ou imV packaiiithe iimnliorand nuniis of the aiticliM incltwd Piibliahcrrt ami iiewMpiiper penodl iiils imiy print on the wratipcrrt of neWKptipiis or Hent from ilie otfife ol tion ti regular Miibcrihers tlio time to whieii Knbsoriptioiitherefor lua been piiid and arl drcasiH iinoti poatal cards and uusualcil iircii lars may be either written printed or aflircii thereto at the opliin of Ihu Sue 10 That all or parls of acta in conflict with tho provisions of thia act repealed j On unseiilod circulars and all mailable mat ter of the third clas other than Unit desig nated iu tlm aforeROim section mintage will Uu clurffid us liorctoibiv one cent for cacb ounce or fraction tlurcif JAM NTvNKit Postmaster Qeucral AUnntAOK CKiiTiiicATKs tor sa6 nt this otficeClergymen uud Justiecu of flu enpliliri it low raltn OHIO REXIEF Coupona of Coupons otG5 now Mew New 10iosJorA J S curruuev lid100 STATE UONDS Lonnessee old LVuuesseeuuw tiO Jliaaouri STOCKS A NO BONDS iV U TejcsiflpuV 81 C U CX fcl C 413J Quieksilver 2Uui Nl J Ctntral 174 do 35i Itoek Islaud acilie pi Aiueiican Ex US Kxiuufls 19 N V Contra I 107 rie 1 do ijreferrcd 24 Uiirlem do prefurred MichiganCeutnil Uuiou PaciCc hako Shore G9H Vl W C 8Jii XoituwentLtuIt prelerrciU 16 hieasoii Alton 82 do lire erred 10 Ohio Alias 94 Del it Luck i A Pitoitic IiidiauaCentral liiir kQuiucv llaii Joe Cent Pile iS Union PikMtio lOPb do L O Uouds103 do S P lioiida UHfe 51 Wt HO li rli mixed spot nt ut No J wliilu PRODUCE MVKKETS Toledo Murkei TOLUDO October 5 firm Kteudy No 1 white Jlichi Stan Slielnjjan ut umber Mluhijruii snut at Si 3H4 seller Qelu ucrat SI 30 No I ledwinter ut SI 31 No 2 lo apotiutSl 30 acller Ociober it No No 2 Uajtou Micbijau red at jn fi eumil St 30 lull h No 2 seller Oetobt iit IStec ut loVjc OAlS quid No S at 5itc at25c CHICAGO Oclolici5 FLO UK Stciulj witli a gumi deiuand ciuu moil to Iauev wusturu extra at 30ffiti 00 Aliuucsutu extra at iSSOSGOO Miuiusota extia eiiiuuiou to choice at du put euta at G supcrUuu at J2 00 winter extra ut 50 37 25 WHEAT Market ncliventuVn auadc hmlior So i CttioaKO epriuK ut 09 Mr ciisli 07 sulliu October OoA sclloi iivumbor No 3 do at 05Vii rtjecttd ut Ulc CO steady with a lair dcimvuc at 42c caab seller Novuuibor ryjcct ed at 4 4 1 Vic OAlS Iu fuir dcmanil but at lower rates 2ic cash 23 RYE MarkoL oaaiciat 13AULKV lu cuodY demand and prices atiailo liiirhir at Ulc uctivej firm nml clmflj for SlSOOcash 95ra 15 0 seller Oetober Sl300aelleiXovembei 80 S12 35 seller the year sleudy rind firtn at ciisli GaSS seller tlm year 1SULK MEATS quiet nnd un laugLtl shoulders at OOic shurt rib at Sie abort clear at at 08 flrrr Vork iTInrlicl YOUK October 5 lirm at futures steiulv llllli bolter receipts 16000 bar Ivo 2 at 00 2H 30 supetfinc weateri 0035 9Q KOU to choice SoaiaO whit wheat cxtrii at Kn7 10 fuuoy extra Oliiinit J5 ius7 75 Si Louis at S 50 iMitiucsotapatoul jroeeH al 50O10 00 UYE steady at Sl OtlSJ 50 COUN Markbt steady vvualera a Komi ppicnlativo r cointi 170000 liufibels No 2 Cluciijjo spriiir n il No 2 33al 35 nt 81iBai in fillet western at711 dull nnd lieavyaixiowcc dull aud tceciplfl 117000 hi els liij wlriti1 weteru at s iijj iiii i wc eiun mitfcM ut SS lliirkei lower elr wcatern mixed nnd Slut white wcfitcni at He beuvi yoarlm new eroji at SOOUO hiiRh s at Muijkct ith a mcul il to iliniiitulLRiiV liicniROuS ht ICi a20jc jo lcr jubliing at KiiSiQPJio jtolil SUOAICjluir to KooiL rii prime if 8in relipeil lUVsc bin firm Oriciiua il IlSaSOi KICE Market quiet hut firm domestic a TALIOW Miirltet quoted at Fire nnJ Vuial ArciWtit Oetobor5 A liro nt 8 oclock Aouight in M SLahler Coa carriage iiianufactory cor ner Liberty and Walnnt damaged the building and machinery Losa on stock about 10000 Insured for Aineiicnn aud Old miiiion Tho building and machinery woreowhecrby TfWiotueyor Son Their insurance tho pro jflie of upper straot ioll breaking a Ud der in pieces rind throwing John Stewart a pipeniaiyfrbia tho fourth story to the him A telegram from Moscow states that in telligence has been received that the Rus sians repulsed two attacks by Alukhtar Pasha Thursday with heavy less to the unhealthy state of GorneyStuden the Russian heud qunrters will be transfcrrud to Siatovn is rumored that peace nogo tintions will shortly commence botwoeii tho Iorte and Montunegro tulogtjm from Pasha datud Thursday evening announces tlm Russians were repulnud on all with a losa of 0000 killed Hukhtar all uniTcrtni frnm cbrooic tiWiVie nfnil klndp iiluilii Invited prrsiiuillym Irv nnilliidof nualtiifiit nnil rolmlifo M Honk antl cireidiiH sent Ireo in arailiil IDS llowillll IJ for honorable rtondiut aiid nimble skill i TIio ACM ft OH CtlMiANYnro revoivu unU pay fatal era WASHINGTON j A lor Mviinlor Pnttf rxon October 6 Carter vt tlio ytipromo Couct of tlioDistrict of Columbia today Ilia qro serioua if not J received a requisition from Gofurnur near the Hampton of Houth Carolitia for UnlteVJ i Slates Senator J J Pattenioii Judio for pflflil niorcliintihlo Oil Stavns and doll vi red it tliolr worla la Tituavlllc iTOJIN D AltOlI BOLD SUKVIIIU HllNVIiTK VKVANtiU COUNTY Spriiin Tiriii opons Xlnnh 1 Illi lb70 nnd Clunnus iDMiieil In tbo domnion li nt Uiv IHMII Itraiutiib f It I at MaiIcet qntrl I 75 TURlEN UN 31 Vjr steady wcalrru atlJaiUVv lOFtlCMiiikelCriu aL 50 Mniccit qiilet nnil stenily woMni elear uiiddles scarce and drunker at Sd LARD Marketsteady lirituo nleani firm ojiera henvv west ern ut 125yc Hlcitdy at Market steady at iAlnrkcl tirin llcmlnek Roll Ayren nud Km Urando I if lit mil and licavy weight at Jal forntlt do eo ui mo n at 2JO1M o linn llreee at K pnllM nt 30 ffiSOu mi washed at Texas ut 1C ICniiniie Jr H hiiH ooiiid nt FnrkdrH Pa wlicire hhnidy ho con sidled or crl for the of1 Ids clniidcal njitd by the ninst eminent HUT ReoiiH In their IriUiiient oT Uervons Sjniiid ile and Wcaknoscos menta n ordinance for tlic rcpoul aud aincudmeut ot vermin oriliunuees SLCIJUU I Be it aud orduiucd tbo Juuunoii Uiiuucil o the city olTmisivillfc lliut lioordiuauceii aud of ordiuiintea hore nattciilesurilioil ba uud llio siiinu uie hereby tuwit Ttio hrdiuuuco Ltuitkd An uiclinaiico ivhitins 1 the lujury or oh triiutinp etc siiKwiilks uppioviil Sih July 851 Ihu ordinuiue ontillcd fo J 8ih August tlm urciitmiice entitluii Xo A CA auliVTinkr from tli rrrnin ami imlbciotlous of joulli nurvoaH weak nCHfl UeC4iy iiinulioDil 1 vend n rccvijiu that will euro you Irce il cliiirc1 Thu Cfcit Vciuixly wiiHOlHCiiVflifel by 1 nnsniouniiy In 8oulh America 11 aulfaiblrcsseil vuvulupu to tlm T IUHIHI Slitlmi II lUblu llnnso Vpril ISib tho oidiuamio entitled No 7 fin ordinam o nspeeiiiij police etc approved June ISCO the ordinance entitled 8 Vn ordinance iolnttui io poirons mid police eto approved 13tb Inly iht ordinance entitled Ao J A Suiiimiy oldinam e Sec ioiis 1 2 anil 3 of tbe ordinance entitled No U Au ordinance ivsuecurig Spring street vallcs uiunOVed 29tii AviKiist 1SGI llio ordi iuiu0 entitled No 11 Supplementary to Sro 10 Scelion d the ordinance outitbd No 13 An ordinance for tlio better of tho tiro depaninoul and ilhuii purpoiiis ajiprovod lOtb Novcm ier Sections 1 2 ami 8 of be ordmaucu entitled No 13 Ah ordinance or tlie removal of iimsauctfa iu tho horotigli ot titusville ami oilier 7lb April 1SIU llui oraiuaueu No 17 An uiiuilioiiul Riipplemeiit to an ordinuuce lassed 29ib day of August IStil relating to sidowalks npproved 7ib Mureb 18U4 Sec lOiii I i and 3 of llio onliunnco eutittcd Au ordmauce iu relation to license wiijjona elc ilao to Cutlers ami streets approved ISib 1865 tlie ordinance oiintled Au mliuauce lotthe improveiuctt of por liims of Kiankliu and Ultimo ml trctts approved 10th April 18GO thi oidi ancoeiiLitled An orihiiaiico tbe ale of illiimiuatinr oil approved ICtb April ISCli 4 otihu diiliiiuuce entitled Au onlimuicelpr ihe of u KireAlur obal and VVnrtteus for tbecitv of Titusvilto ipmoved IDlli Apiil ISCG Seclioua I 2a and R of the ordinance entitled An to provide for ttie reorganization of tbo Kire IJepartmeut approved llHh May ISGC the ordinance entitled Amended imnco rcKUlutniK tbuaale of oil ippioyed 2Hb Muy ISliC tbo oidinaiico enti led Au ordinance providing for tbuiuiipec and mcasuHmeiit of wood and to esiab ish stunds for ibo sakIhercof approved i May ISlili the ordinance entiilcd luipiison uent ordinuuce approved 1Hh Juiie ISiJo tlm oriliuauciculitlfil Au ordmaucts to pro vido uevv county nudcr cartuin pro vifiiuiis approved lUih Kuliriiaiy 1SU8 tbo ordiiiiiiuo emitted An ordiuauce the sale of illuminatin oils iOtli April ISGS entitled An oriliualice tljo tion of sidtnyalks iijiproved 23d July the ordinance entitled An ordinance prohibiting the Ireetion or moving of woodeu or frame wirbiir ceriaiii limiU ap liroved 8th Adjust IStiS tbe ordinance eu LitlcilAu umemlment toan ordinance relat ing to tbo luamiluctuvc niei 01traus of tho city liniifB passed in Council llaieh 3 18UU aj pruvfcil 17tb July 1SU9 ho ordinanceentitle loan ordinance esialiliabiu lirit Ijmils ujiproved Glh QeLobor 18i39 the riliuaiice unlilled An uuiemluient lo ordi miiice the sale of illuminating oili passed April Ueeemh tin ordiuance eulillcd An orilinau providmi for tho eurbiiij mud iutteriu ot NOuth side ol Pinesueut 1Vankliu and Martin streets approved 1870 tbe onlinanco ordinance relative to tie jradiiir nf aidrwalkd ami ifiittera ami eou slritcliou ot stone ourlM and ou ou street between 1iuestreet and tbeTiius villu mill nice approved 13tb Angus i 1870 tlm ordiniiHo entitled Au onVtuaucft iu rela tion lo sHiewaHia anil street crossings ap proved 3d November 1370 the ordinance eu titled Au 01 diuuncc regulating Lbe width o sidewalks ou Walnut Kiicer iipprovcd llll Augutit 1871 the ordinance ou tilled An or dinance tbo of gat and wilier connection ou Franklin street approved Slat Anunsl 1871 tbe ordimincu en lilled An ordinanco in relation to on Monroe street approved iiOili September 1871 ilji ordinaueo imiitled An oidiuaiice pnividiiiK for the numbering of buildings ap proved tiStli December 1871 ihe ordinance intitlcd Au ordinuuce providing for tbe vac cination of school children1 approved 1st luh iuiuy 1872 tho ordinance entitled Au ordi uauco relative to Ibe mnuburiuj of ami creeling street approved ruary 1872 the oriliiuiucc ou titled An ordi nance to on Diamond timl Spring street approved 29tb MaylS7X tlic ordinance tn titled An oriliuauci for tho constriieriou of sidewalk approve 22d Aujfiist 1S71 the ordinance Ai ordinance providingfor a sidewalk ou IJaliK Street approved 1itli October 187J and tiio ordinance entitled Au ordinance to regulate the piiymcnt utthe City for servicea rciidcicil privale persnu approved 30ib May 1874 Sec 2 That the ordinances and pirU ol ordi nauccH beremafter iluFuiibvil be uml lln pamo aro In re by ameiidcd aa follows Section Il of tbe ordinance cntrtlei No 5 General Ordinance approve IGtb April 185G by striking out ul alter tlm word suit the ordinuiici entitled Au mdinauee for tbi removal ol iu tho boroiiKli uud otlici pnrpoies approved 17th April ISSJ tin fol lows 3 by htMlciup out tint words lliyh Couatable wherever they occur am insert iu lieu thereof tbe words Street Com nnssioner Section G by striking out tbu word lemintor tenant occupant or occupante nlso the words orders of the Unrjicsa ai Council aud insert iu lieu thereof the words the Street CommiHaiuncr Section 7 by sink ins out tins words tenant or tenanlp occupie or ociiiipipra in ease no owner shall reside it tho said and insert in lien tlietei the words or ngcnts us aforesaid Section by out Lite words occupier 01 occupi era in care no owner shall rcsitle in saiii bor iiiscrl iu lieu tlitsreof Ihe words o ajjent as aforesaid and by striking out tin words occupier or occupierd where Ihcv again occur Sitctiou 11 by striking on lie wonKs otipior or occupiors ordi nance entitled An ordinance suppleineut ti an ordinance Mm fJlli day of Aliens 1SG1 iu relation to sidewalks etc uupLovci lOlli Septemlier I8fi3 as follnws Section by sti living out wordH live feot fuur incln in width and all after the wordjTituVville Section 2 out the woids and occu piera and all atior ilie word borons where it lust occnra tbe ordinance entitled Au amcuirmiht to ail ordi mince relaling to liluariujf snow from snlcVJilkH passed December 1J ISCI approved SSil Deccmher ISiS by Htrikiiis out tbo words tbe piovisioiis of law rchit to mechanics lieilii and insert iu lieu thereof tbe words us provided in Ivcfion 4 of the act ot o 186GJ Section I of llio ordinance cnliMcil An ordinance for appointment of a Pirn MaiPhal and Waidcna for tin1 city of rinisvilli1 niiproved 19th April ISfiG by striking oiit tht words antl thirty lire wuidciig tho title to said ordi naiice by KtrtUniK out tlio ivoriU aiil war iltii uud the ameiidiiinnt lo ordiuLiuciV entitled Au ordinance to amend nit ordinance eulillcd Au ordinance for the appointment of u Fire IFiiishal and Wardens for tho city of IitiiHVille tb Julv I8GG by Ktrilciiijt out all uflor Ihu and liy sinking out of wijnli uml wnitlHitr tbo jnlinitico to provide lor reorgii Kire Diipiiiinifiiir upprovoil IOIli May by smiting Iliu worils or uuv fin wanlen Section ii of Iho ordinniice entitled Lewd behnvior onliiianco approved iith Juno 1SGU by Mrtkitig oul nil alter the word Hccliou 3 of the ordinance etilitled An oviliuanco to providt for ibo proper iltapo ot driid cutftaMSen ol horses and other nui innli whioli may have died Ironulibeaeo oriieci dent orjiavc bccu killed ns worllilrss and lo guard against contnjriaun atiproved 5ntl JulylSGG by olrikiiiKoutall after tlio word Svclion 3 of the ordinance entitled Au ordinance for I be ilnmlinx places nud regulation of ouiiiiluijic liackuey coaclics drays and all vebiclcH kepi for lute in be city of Tilua 0lllrJuly ISGfibv nlriiiiui out all after tlm word dollaiM Sritions S of Lbe nriliiiniicu Au onliiianco to tlio oiditmuee ordination PKUliitiiiK tlio constructioii of priyulo druius vbicli aru iutouded to connect with iiublio owci 31m August 1871 by adtliuj hereto lie lollowiug section Section 3 Auy person lulling lo comply with or BCIIIIK u violation of arrv of the hall bs deemed Ruilty of a initdeuieuuor aud upon eouvictiou before the Sluyor or any ice of tho 1caco sbali bo lined tor the use ot aid city In auVBiun not exceeding one hundred lollura and costs of suit tlio ordinance entitled An flrdiuuuce to piovidc lor ibo pay ueul of interest ou tbo eily debtto provide or a sinking fuud for tho claim ol William Smith i Sous aud for tbo uefCssavv expenses of iho oily jrovirumont for llio yenr muling March 31 1878 approved Aprils 1877 by dmngiujj tbo apjuopnatioii to the Street Uridjio mid Sosvor from Four linueand live hundred aud fifty dollars to thirty tlireii bnndred dollard the apprupii utiou to ihe FireDepartment from Tbreo lioiifund tlircii hundred dollars to Tweuty itfht hiindied dollaiM tUo uppropriaiiou to he Cily Property and Iliiiliiini Depailmcnl rom Nine lollara lie appropriation for tlic salary of he Attorney trom Pour humhed to bumlrcda dollars jfrom Juno S5 1S77 he apprupnalion lor the salary of tbe Janitor rom dollars to oue hiindred and twenty dollars to take etloct October 1 1S77 md by strikiuK out the words Fur thu Mur ietaud iarks Uepurtumiit one thousand dol am anditbe ordinance entitled Au nrdi lauce lo restrain the i at of attle swine and other animals approved ICtb Amil 1S70 by imikiut tlie penalty for each oosu iweulyiivo ctuts instead of oue dollar Pasaed iu Council October 11377 11S UATEK IresiJeut Appioved Oclohcr a IS77 EIIKRV Mayor 1 do certify the nbovo nnd ordinance entitled Au ordmauco tor the re peal and amendment of certain ordinances was parsed by u majority ot ihu Cuiumeu Council id tbe Cily ofTituavillu oil thu day of October A IJ 1377 s C tteoi City CJerk Col A U itoberis et si vs the Iorpulw Coui psuiy et ijniiGtiou U S O1UCU1 r UCKHNSAX Iu tlic tiuti iu equity ot Uolotiel K A L KotierU and IiUli UaUrU aiuinfiL the 1ivdncurj Tor ttal the Com t iiaitud llic iLJUUCtiOll Thu Unuoii States of Auioiiea Distiict of Tlie frenidcuLuf the United fStdlcl To the Irmluco s TurpuilJ Coinpaiiy 1N H finiy Kdwaid KSWuttFiOilerloi L Stietuv Itamiy J 11 Oamor J Kliiilp U I liesi 11 L SiveU A 1 Bmiueli A llkiiksun Clark Kobluiou 0 Tiukur aceuta servant cniplino nud wurk sii uiid all obos actitijby uud under tlieir au thority auJ ejcli of tbiu Wbpreai ICthvard A L ttla i ISib erta ilia vvjfu lately erljibited their bill of cni pluiul foruae of Ida li Itobcrid igaiust Iliu IKJ ducerd TorjieJo Coiupauy r U Uray EdnaiU ti Swell Frederick L Siuley itusi Iliuey J II Od uior J Kotuu iiurtkil KI lleaa U L A L A Bjukbou Cbik Uotiusou K Hoj If atouJusvpll Ulcarwntoi auil lilinker aa diTcnJaiitn iu tLe Circuit Court of tbb Uuitj atea iu and tor Ihu Dialnut if vauia btoiu ihe thu said Court iu wlncU sflid bill it in amouir llier ihiug d ikalncr lniu nlMiued LB tvj rateut oil lieisouu No Wiro tfayof Juinuti y 167rtuUdwurd A L llobir s md I Hat and tut turn Iateut were ou the day 6f April 167r asHijnid y Kohfcrls wlio tba aamu ti3ldu B UobLrts ou April s 873 tliat tho salt deteuJ anti CuuipnuV K Giiiy JJdwuid E Swctt Predeiiok LScoley KossHauoy J K Oainur 1 Knup liarllutt H Uesa II 1 Sw clt A L Bunuell AlJaukioii Clark Hobinsoji 15 iiuyjOjtou Josepli Cloarwuter and IJ Tinker liia u eJ aud vended to otliera to bu tlio said iKHcutcl luprovviututa tu home pniu thurtof nQbHtuiniiilly tuu amu iu coLutiuctinu and opoiatiuu UH iu tho said letters Patent niuullullcil iu viidatioti of tua exclusive of ihe said eoui plaiuuut Id i IS Iloln rta us tccuiud by Litteia 1uteiic uud tlie bcvvrui ualauiutuU thirtof whuitaa On pieiminury of llio uiutttrs ailuued iu fait bill in tlnit behalf tho uid dofcmlaiits not llic i of riuid com lilninimti tu tlieallonuiico of heir n otiim It viua oitlurcd the said defuiuliuts iiiliilu he euioiiu d fruui any faithor use ur sufe iu 11113 manner ut thu said patented iinprovrinint How inro n coLtjidenilioii of tlic p en ISM you the iad Irmhiccra1 Torpedo Coiiijiiuy I U Liluy Kdwiiid li dwuft lcdiirick 1 Seley Hoss Iluucy J II Oauier J F Hchs H L Swttt A L ttunub A liunliafiii Clain KuiiuBuu K Uoleslou Cltaruiilur ami Augustas G Tiuktr your ftmuts sel viIILJ eni dov ee and vorkuicu and alt olhuis acting by iiA uudf r your anlhujiLy nnd each uud of yuu ireatricly ciuuicuJod ucid enjoiiicd uniltillio pcuaty ol tuu thinisuiul dollaifi tnut 3011 aud ot you do alidolutely deaist iml abstain fioni any and all Im tinu o or Sal in any n auuer of iiiit iiuprovunieiit uud from uuy ici ur tiling to left iniie thu LutUrx Iateut ur any tlicai oi tu or impair Urn fiselusive uf tlie couiplainaut Idil 15 itohcrLS to the and or any of tliu n in Haid lcttiii Iuteal Hjiecilieii aud destriued AVilnras thu Honorable Minriyou U Cliiel Justice nf t he United Slates S jpttnuo Court nf the United States at the fourt Mouse iu the cily M IMlUslmruli iu Iho Western Disliicl of luunl vitniu Ihis day ol juny Anno Uuiuiui MIC Lhuimuinl crirbthundred anil uini or our the joist yinr U S Cir Joint II GAHULF ClirV Wivvd Iho title tliri 8 of An ordmauco xat Inn ot tho lliu word dolliua ii each rcetion Section 11 oflliu nnliiiiiuco oiuitlcd An orJiiiiinct to eslublinh and reulnlR a Fire Police force prrtvod Mth June 187 1V ulrikinK out lie wiirdH or iiliprisonotl In tho nity i Icnn not to exceed twenty diijc or both ii llic liKcretiiiu of Hiich Muyor or Justice of the Piiieo Suction 3 of the ordliianoo entitled An oidtiuiHCo to rules to govern pnrliH boloiiKini this ity nf Titnsvillo hp provuil I9tl I87l by atrikiiiK out all all IT tho word dolhira Seutlcm I of tho oiihniinuounlillid An orcliuiinuo to jirovcut I the kllllnu Ititli October I I87U by stiikiuj out itl jflor tho word dol until fnitboroidevuf tbeUoui r J nuc Kill 1S77 per curiaiu IJarrliug K1 of I I1 PalteiHoi Eiq appcaroil as counsel for cooplaii and Jlo ry lialdwinjr PbilpdelpLij and Gcoite Sldraa for the df burffh Fust No 29 South Franklin St UIOCK Twill upcn n ilent Market at Hie abnvo nun mt locilinii WEUKESDAY SIOItNIM SKITl Ill wnero ill limps lliStfilass invatt ut all hitilHwllt ho kdpt A ulijre of palronnc lt f aptrctliily Holniteil My Cornier cuitiimuis a il iiuinV tuiw mirrt aiv i I tivoij me wilh tlicir ordeiH Htnl mo roildy to MUIVU tlicni tu MlebtSit lily iiblLiCv GKO it WOLFF SOUTH AVASuiiGrror ST 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