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VEEMONTf DAILY TIR A. ISPS CKTP T, JULY 27, 1868.
Vermont Daily. Transcript,
ST. A LllAN'S, VT. :
M on DAY, J PLY 27, 1808. '
MtiiivAi. or l'Assr.Nor.n tiiaisr.
Pi out tin- Sciutli nnd East, fi,4S f,. in,, Kl'.fitl a. ill
p, in.. H.au p. m.
From House's l'olnt and Went, C,5l) n. in., 11,
50 n. in.. 7 15 i. in.
Fioin Montual, 11 15 u. in., 7 10 p. in.
m l'MiTi ni: or VAssr.Nnr.n ruAiss.
l or tie South and East, (120 n.in., HU'Om.
H lid ii. in.
For i:.nni 's Point and Went, (105 a. m. 11 IK)
a. in. 7 10 ;. in.
For "Montreal, (', 10 n. til., 0 115 p. in.
DULY AltlllVAI. Ol' HTAOIW AT ST. AI.11ANS.
From Sectsburgh and Franklin, 700 p. in.
From ltichford nud Slioldon, GOO p. in.
rroin Sheldon, 10 00 a. in.
Prom Hakcrsllcld, 11 00 a. in.
daily lir.i'Miirtti: or htaoiis vhom st. ai.iians.
Pol' Franklin and S t'ctnliui li, 7 !!0a. in.
Pot- Sheldon and llii hl'ord, 8 110 a. in.
For Slioldon, 2 00 p. in.
Por Hakersm Id, 1 00 1. in.
Staffs tall at the several lintels in town. Stage
olllces nt the Treniont House.
C1.OS1N0 or nil: MMUt.
Mails tor New York i'Iomi at 5 00 n. in. and 7 00
''Mails for liostoii close at 5 a. m. and (i:i0 p.m.
Mails for Alhaiiv nud tho West close at 5 CO a.m
Mails for ( amuia close at 5 ( 0 a.m.
Soltthirn and Northern way mail close at 5 00
riVIU . M. I'. A. meets evi ry Monday evening
JL at tln-ir roi.ms oer Win. N. Smith's Store,
Main Strt et.
Champhiin Chapter No. 1. It. A. M. meets the
third cdlicsdav etching ill each month, at
their hall in Wheel-r's hlock, Main Street.
Columbus Council No. 1, 11. ,v S. M. meets the
second Wednesday evening in each month, at
their hall in Wlnc'li r's UlocU.
Franklin Lodge No. I, P. .1 A. M., meets the
lirst Wediiehdav evening in each month at their
hall in Union lllock, -Mam Street.
En, I. h'iv Lodge No. 81 P. , A. M. meets the
fourth Wednesday evening in eacli month, at
tin ir hall in Union Hlock, Main Stn et.
(Jrvstnl Fountain, Temple ofllnn.ir No. I meets
everv Tmsdav evening at their llali in ll irnes
Hloet, Lake Street.
St. Albans Lodge No .1-', 1. O. of (i. T. meets
, everv Fijdav evening at their Hall in Hames
Hlock, Lake "Street.
liising Suu Lodge Nc M 1. O. ol'Ci. T. meets
,i verv Saturday evening, at St. Albans Hay.
St.' John the Haptist Heuevolent Society (Ca
auidiaii) mil is on the lirst and third Wednesday
u-ning of i ach month at their hall over H. 11.
To f.t vei-tiMT. -The Viuoiont Daily Tkans
ciiiit has the largest circulation in St. Albans
and in Prankliu County, of any daily paper, and
is on that account, if no other, the host medium
Jtssx Interesting matter, original or se
lected, may always be found on the lirst
AVi: would remind our readers that
Dr. Rarcy commences his Lectures
this afternoon at the American Hou?-e,
and continue for one week. Those in
terested in horses should attend the
Doctor's Lectures. Particular attention
paid to shoeing, trotting, livery and
Mi:r.oxs. II. L. Samson & Co., who
are sure to get fruit about as early as na
iuro will allow, have now on hand aline
lot of earlv melons. Of course this lot
will not last long.
Dhmockatk' Convention. "Wo un
erstand that the Democratic County
Committee have issued a call for a Con
vention, to be held at Fairlield, on the
14th ol Auirust. to nominate candidates
for Senators and County officers.
Mil. E. O. Duni.ai' is making a can
vas of this town for the Jfassaehunetti
I'louthmctn. "We mo.-t heartily com
mend the riouyhman as the best agri
cultural paper published in New Eng
A Fight. There was a pugilistic en
counter about - o'clock this afternoon
between some Frenchmen tit the south
end of the Park, which resulted in one
old Frenchman getting a bruised head
and face. The belligerents wereseparat
cd by Policeman Failey, Inspector Golf
and others. One of the parties manifest
ing too much fight was taken in charge
by Mr. Failey and lodged with Sheriff
Soule. Tho cause of the light so far as
we can learn was rum.
Lent's Cikcus. This equestrian
troupe arrived in St. Albans yesterday
morning from Richmond, whero they
performed the day before. Although
professing to make no outside show they
paraded the principal streets of our vil
lage jit about lOo'olockthis forenoon and
made a good appearance. The horses arc
In excellent condition, and did not look
at all weary as those of circus companies
generally do. The company gave a per
formance this afternoon, and those pre
sent speak of it in praiseworthy terms.
There will be another performance this
evening commencing at 11 o'clock.
Tickets may he had at tho jewelry store
of E. II. Huntington on Main St. From
here the circus goes to Burlington.
NoHTHPiiUiU. Heman Carpenter, J .
H. Orcutt. John Gregory, Dr. M. Mc-
Learn and ltoswell Dewey have been
chosen delegates to the District Convcn
tion, to bo held at Rutland on the 5th of
i 4 M
Tin: Tukp. A trot for $o00 a side
came oil' at Stanstead, V. Q., Tuesday,
between " Sonel Dan," a horse owned
at Stanstead, and " Snowllako," from
Wluto River Junction. The race was
closely contested, and was won by Sor
rel Dan, In three straight heats, Time
2:38, 2:37, 2:38, It ichford Sentinel.
of Vermont ami
.iar. Colt cue.
The exercises connected with tho
Sixty-Fourth Commencement of tho
University of Vermont and State Agri
cultural College will lie as follows:
:t P. M.Baccalau route
7.,'tO 1'. M. A nivorsury of tho Society for
Religious Inquiry. Address by the
Rev. Mr. J. "W. Newman, of l'oultney,
Tl'KSPAY, APfl. 1.
8 A. M. Examinations for admission to
the University, at College Rooms.
10 A. M. Annual meeting of the Phi
Rcta Kappa at Institute Hall.
:i P. M. Celebration of the Piii Reta
Kappa. Oration by the lion. . I. .
Patterson, of Hanover, N. II.
H I M. Commencement Concert, at City
WHDNKSPAY, AlHUKTo, AI..1.MN1 PAY. 1
8.30 A. M. Drill of the University Com
pany on the College grounds.
0.00 A. M. Annual meet ing of Alumni
at College Chapel.
10 A. M. Alumni will move in proces
sion from the College to the Church.
10..'10 A. M. Annual celebration of the
Alumni. Oration by John A. Jame
son, Lh. D., of Chicago, l'oem by
Capt. 0. F. Hunting, U. S. A., after
which will occur the Re-union and
1. P. M. Celebration of the Sigma Phi
Society. Oiation by Prof. John N.
Ponieroy, IiIi.D.,of New York city.
Poem, by William Stark, Esq., of
Aliinciics'ter, N. II.
8 P. M. Junior Exhibiton.
Tt'HSDA Y, API!. (1, COMMHNCHM HNT DAY.
10 A. M. Procession from the College.
lOJSO A. M. Orations of tiraduating class
and conferring of degrees.
Services commemorative of the late
P. M. Coiiimceineiit Devec.
Music to be furnished by the 7th Re
giment Rand of New York City, under
the leadership ol uralulla.
l lie public exercises wilt oc held at
the White Street Church.
I!d ikIsoiiic Present to the Pi re
The following correspondence speaks
for itself: .
St. Ai.hans, July 127, 1S0S.
C. F.-iSAl't-'OHI), Est.,
Chief Engineer Fire Dept., of the
Village of St. Albans.
Dkak Sin, I enclose two hundred
dollars herewith, which divide equally
between the two Fire Companies in this
village, to lie used by each company as
thev see lit: and ask them to accept it
is a token of my appreciation of their
services, in protecting the property of
citizens of the village.
You will also please express to the mem
bers of each company, my thanks lor
their exertions in protecting my property
on tlie occasion of the recent lire.
"With many wishes for the success of
the organization of which you are the
RR ADLEY BARLOW.
Jt will be impossible to get the Com
panies together this evening, lor mo
proper acknowledgment, oi .ir. j$ar
lows handsome present, on account ot
the amusements advert iscd for that time.
Washington, No. 1, has its regular
monthly meeting to-morrow evening,
and wo presume there will bo a speedy
meeting of the other company, when,
without doubt, the proper, action will be
taken. We feel safe in saying that our
cllicient tire companies feel grateful to
Mr. Harlow for this kindly recognition
of their services ; and it is to be hoped
that others of our wealthy public spirit
ed citizens will follow the example
which he has set them.
TitiAi. Tun. The trial trip of the
new steamer Oa.cs Antes took place on
Saturday afternoon and was a gratifying
success. At 2:17 p.m. the steamer lett
her moorings on the south side of Deck
with's wharf, and after a beautiful sweep
steered southerly forSmith's Point,Shel
burn, a distance of eight miles, making
in 28 minutes, and with not exceeding
29 pounds of steam, her wheels making
21 revolutions per minute. Returning
to Rurlington the steamer swept hand
someiy by the wharves which were
lined with admiring spectators, and at
once stood her course for Port Kent, 10
miles, which she madu in !!2 minutes.
The return trip from the dock at Port
Kent to about midway ofthobrcakwa
ter was then made in twenty-nine min
utes and a half, which is considered ex
ccllent speed. The engines worked ad
mirablv throughout. The average of
steam on the trip from Port Kent to Bur
lington was 37 pounds ; and at quo time
with 50 pounds, tho wheels made 27
revolutions a minute. Tho vessel
touched her dock and landed her party
at 1.40 p.m., having accomplished a trip
of forty miles in twenty-three minutes.
The Times to which we are indebted
for the foregoing says that among tho
gentlemen, besides her owners, who
largely enjoyed this pleasant trip, were
Collector Stannard, Hon. Levi Under
wood, V. P. Noyes, B. B. Smalloy, re
presentatives of tlie press, several feder
al officials of this city, and Col. Charles
H. Joyce, of Rutland, Governor Pago
and Hon. John Howe, of Brandon, Di
rectors of the Rutland Railroad, accom
panied the party and were rightfully
proud of tho success of their now steamer,
"Tin: Dim:cTOHS Cati." We notice
that the "Director's Car" which has
1 been undergoing repairs and various al
, teratlons, Is out of theshops and looking
I belter than new. At the rear end of the
I car extending back about four feet there
is a recess, while the platform is en
closed In an Iron railing with gates.
VlIHJtONT HlSTOItlCAl. StK'IHTY.
Several of the gentlemen who were to
read papers atthe Special Mcelingof tlie
Vermont Historical Society, appointed,
to beheld at Rutland July 2t)th and
,10th, being unable to be present, it has
been deemed best for the Society, that a
postponement should be made at a later
day. The meeting lias been postponed
i until Thursday and Friday, August
, UOth and 21st, 1S(IS. At thai time papers
will be read by itev. nr. rMienon oi Aew
York, (ion. John "W. Phelps of Jirattle-
boro, Rev. Pliny II. "White of Coven-
y, A. D. I lager of Pioctorsvillo, Ij. 1j.
Duteher of St. Albans, Henry Hall,
!sq., Rev. F. "W. Holland and Henry
lark of Rutland and others.
Rutland Raii.koad. A dividend of
per cent, on the preferred stock of the
Rutland Road is declared payable Au
gust 1st. The preferred stock issued on-
in exchange for first mortgage bonds
of the Rutland and Burlington Railroad
'onipany. To secure this dividend con-
ersions must be made on or before the
til instant, when the books will be
loscd for making up the dividend.
It is stated that the only bachelor in
the Hampshire Slate Senate is lion.
lohn AY. Barney, of Lancaster. He is
fil'tv-two years of age, a native ol St.
lohnsbury and a graduate from the
Woodstock Medical College.
I'jii: Riu'UHIjK'An National Com-
mitthi:. I he Union Kopubhcan ia-
tional Committee ha'e fixed their head-
piai'tersat the Fifth Avenue Hotel, Now
York city, and request that all business
communincations be addressed to them
at that place. Lieutenant Governor
William Clallin of Boston is Chairman,
and "William 15. Chandler of Washing
ton, Secretary. The Central Executive
Committee consists of William Clallin,
Boston, Mass.; T. W. Park, North Ben
nington, Vt.; William II. Kenibc, 220.)
Green street, Philadelphia; Horace
Greeley, New York; IT. H. Starkweath
er. Norwich. Conn.; B. C. Cowen, Bel-
laire, O.; and Maish Giddings. Kahuna-
- -c- -The
Public Park ami Sideiratfrs.
MicssKS. Editohs, A stranger in St.
lbans and having in advance formed
favorable impressions, one or two things
disappoint me very much, as a New
England man, but resident of New ork.
Your plank sidewalks, especially tlie
old, worn ones, do discredit to tlie com
fort and safety of walking about your
beautiful village. In almost every other
town I have visited for the last live
years, they have been abandoned, and
brick or stone Hugging substituted. In
the end, they are vastly better and
You have a beautiful park, with line
shade trees, but it has none of the taste
and thrift of New England about it. It
looks rather like a cattle pen than an
ornamental enclosure, for such a line
town. The dilapidated fences want to
be repaired, the walks opened and made
clean and smooth, and the grass kept
fresh from loafers and abuses. Then it
would be truly an ornament, as it
should be, to St. Albans. In many small
towns near the sea-shore, such a park
would be prized above riches and kept
in the best possible order, at public ex
pense ; when once put in such con
dition, the cost of keeping it attractive
and an ornament, would be nothing
contrasted with the honor and beauty
which it would reflect upon the citizens.
Excuse this expression ol ireetloin on
the part of
Tho New York correspondent of the
Philadelphia Lcdycr writes, on July
22nd. as follows :" There Is more in
that Buffalo dispatch about the gather
ing of the Fenian chiefs than appears
on the surface of things. If the Cana
dians will but patiently wait a few days
thev will see. At any rate that is the
assurance 1 get from a prominent mem
her of the Brotherhood, who is operat
ing at this end of the line, and whoso
outgivings in relation to Fenian move
incuts tocoineoll", have generally proved
A telegraphic despatch from Bull'alo
dated July 21th, says:
The Fenian Congress is still in session
hero, and is expected to close its session
to-morrow, ah mai nas iranspircu oi
their secret session is. that they havo
been in close communication with null
tary men fiom various sections of this
country, and also with military reprc
sentatives from Canada. A spy from
Canada managed to worm himself, lastj
night, into one ot tho I'enian uircies
sitting Immediately under the room oc
cupied by the Senate, and but for the
tlmclv interference of somo leading
members of tho organization, tho spy
would havo been roughly used. He was
Tjik Steamer United States has been
repaired and again took her place on tho
Lake Saturday morning.
CoNiMMKD, Henry G. Colby, sou of
Sallbrd Colby, of Jonesvllle, has been
confirmed by the Senate as Past Assist
ant Paymaster of (he Navy.
A. B. HmtmcK, son of S. L. llerrlck,
of Burlington, left this morning on an
Kuropean tour of several months.
Nominations. The President has
nominated Alexander Camming, of
Pennsylvania, Commissioner of Infer
nal Revenue ; S. W.Johnson, Assistant
Secretary of the Treasury; George M.
Roscerans Minister to Mexico.
PnitsoNAi.. lionT Worthington C.
Smith arrived home from Washington
Attorney General Evarts is daily ex
pected tit his beautiful summer residence
ticorge Stevens, 15sq., formerly pro
prietor of the Revere House in Rrattle
boro, died recently in Greenfield, Mass.,
where he was keeping it hotel.
Gen. L. A. Grant, formerly of Bel
lows Falls, m on tlie stump In Iowa for
Grant tuurColfax. He addressed a large
gathering at Muscatine on the 18th.
At the recent commencement of
Dartmouth College tho degree of Doctor
of Divinity was conferred upon Rev.
Roger S. Howard, formerly Rector of
Trinity church in Rutland.
A. P. Wilder, formerly of Brat tlehoro,
has been elected Secretary of the Stale
Insurance Company at Topeka, Kansas.
0. L. Ballard, of Burlington has re
moved to Woodbury, N. J., whero he is
engaged in the manufacture of fire
brick and tile.
Prof. Seeley, of Middlebury College,
now absent in Ktiropc, will return home
in a few weeks.
ITJLYSSES S, GRANT-,
POll VICJ-3 PHKSIDKNT,
OHK B. PAG-E,
l'OU 1.1 HUT. om'nitNoit:
P H E N THOMAS
KOU TItHASUIti:i! :
H N A . P A G
KOIt KliKGTOHS AT hAltCiH:
1150. W. GRANDEY", of Vergennes,
H. FAIRBANKS, of St. .lohnsbury.
Jlejmbieaii Count y Nominations,
I'OH SKNATOHS :
B R A D L E Y B A R L O W ,
of St. Albans,
II 15 N R Y A . BUR T ,
of S wanton,
WILLIAM R. HUTCHINSON,
I'OH ASSISTANT JUDGKS :
W A L T E R C . S T E V 15 N
J O H N K . W H I T N 15 Y ,
l'Olt JUDGE OT 1'HOHATH:
li OS W . BAT L 10
of St. Albans.
l'Olt stath's attohnkv :
W 1 L L A It D F A It II I X u T O X
of St. Albans.
.1 A M Yj H V. P L
A C E
l-oit man haiijIit :
JULIUS II A Tj 15 13 It T ,
Ouu Daily. Those wishing to secure
copies ot our daily paper can do so at
Morrilicld's and Baker's bookstores, as
well as of carriers, and at the ollice.
Copies of our weekly paper may also be
had at these places.
X ther particulars eiupiire of Samuel .Stebbins
on tho promises
Twc)itt-lce, Years Practice.
In tho Treatment of Diseases incident to Po-
maies, has placed Dr. Dow at tho head of all tho
physicians making such practice a specialty, and
enables him to guarantee a speedy and perman
ent euro in tno worst cases ot .tijiprexmoii and
all other Maihtrnat JU'iuniyvmcitts, from u-ltut-mr
cause. All letters for advico must contain
1. Ollice, No. II Endicott Street, Hoston.
N. H. Hoard furnished to those desiring to re
main under treatment.
Huston, July, 180S. 220 lyuUw.
T7"ANTHD. An Agent to make a
TT canvass ot cranUlin Uounty m
that old and reliable Life Insuraiico Company,
The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford
Conn. Liberal terms to an active, energetic
man. Address. N. (i, AXTKLL,
rem, Clinton Co.,N. Y.
Clencral Agent for NorthernXew York anil Ver
ALLpert-ons indebted to tho latoilrm of Sco
lield .V Vincent will please settle their ac
counts with mo at the
old stand, on or before
tlio 25th July.
Swanton FallsMarble Works I
The undersigned having purchased tho Largo
And business of tho late Jon Piainv. andhaing
improved facilities for carrying on thu business
by water power, would announce to the public
that ho will till all orders for
Gravo Stones, Counter and Table Tops, Ceinetry
Posts, Window Caps and Sills, with promptness
and at low rates. It. LKSTKlt JlAUNEY.
Swanton, Vt., Juno 18G8. 221.2m
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
ttiloi,r.s.i,i: anii iu;taii.
. . .VKHMONT.
lias on hand and is constantly receiving addi
tions to a full and complete stock of ;miv l)i'w)f,
Patent Medicines. Vlivmical.t, all or which wilfhu
sold at the lowest prices.
S'l'J TJOXJ'JIt ).
Envelopes of all kinds, color or sl.o, by the. pack
age, hox or thousand. Pino Commercial nolo
paper, Poolscap, Hill and Sermon paper, hv thu
iiine or i cam. Initial Papctrie, latest stvle, a
few packages on hand. The largest s(0'ck of
Porrumcrlcs and Tollel Articles,
('onsisliiiK of a full assortment of I.iibinn Ex
tracts, bovo anion;,' the Hoses, ltiimels Ibl.ing
llilaim, (loldcn Ploworiug Cactus, Pluilotis Plor
dc Mayo, and other Perfumeries.
lVmadcs, Toilet Sets. Hand Miirors, HathiiiK
Towels and Hiushes. Pocket Hooks and Hill
Holders, Thermometers, r,nd a choice lot of
Trusses Shoulder Braces,
Abdominal Supporters, of the hust styles and
iiiuivu uiieii .1 coiojieicut person.
Uroniid and whole, Plavorinu Extracts, live
St u lis and Dye Woods.
Prescriptions Carefully Prepared.
Physicians orders filled at market prices.
Ar SIiowc & Co's
Tea and Coffee, Teas 75 cents, !K1 eeids, 1 00.
$1 Id, $i ij. 1 I!.'), and $1 50 per lh. Ail Teas
warranted, and moiiev retiinded if not satisfac
toiy. it. HltAINEUD.
St. Albans, July 10, 18(IH. l:)0-tf
Farm for Sale.
fpiIE subsc. ilier oilers for sale his farm Iving
X iii Wostford, in the County of Chittenden,
eontaiiiiiiK two hundred and twenty-live acres.
HuildinuH all new. Location on a' jfood road
one mile Irom tho village ; near school and
church, well fenced -runiiiUK water to tho house
and barns-an abundance of fruit. Two good
sugar orchards ; all thu Panning, Dairy and
Sugar tools. Also, witli or without stock on the
farm. Tlie above farm will keep foity cows and
team through the year. Por further particulars
impure of tlie subscriber on the premises.
JOSEPH H. CHASE.
West ford, .rune 22d, 1808. Uiiwlf.
The co-partnership heretofore existing under
tho stylo of Soulo iV. Huntley, is this day dissolved
by mutual consent. All demands duo tho lirm
arc, hereby transferred to A. (. Smile, and all
liabilities to be settled by said Soule, who will
continue tlie business at the old stand.
A. G. SOUHE,
Pairlicld, June 221, ISfiS. 11. E. 11EXTI,EY.
jOTH PATCHES, PltECKEES AND TAX.
the oari.Tr its liable hemedy
l or those brown Miscolorations on the lacu is
" Perry's Moth and Preckle Lotion. " Prepared
only liy Dr. li. O. l'crry, 10 Jloml St., .New lorn
IGF Sold everywhere," wn-210-Om
SAVE YOUR MONEY
T3V buying the new Patent Plated Spoons and
13 Porks. Warranted to wear cipial to tho
best Treble Plate at very much less iiriec. Call
and see them at Huntington's, west side Main
Life Insurance Company !
Ol' XUW YORK.
All Policies by their terms Non For-
DIVIDENDS COMMENCE 2d YEAR.
Proftl.s all Divided Ammuj Policy
General Agent For 'Vermont.
ST. AD11AXS, VT.
At the present timu there is much competition
among Life Insurance Companies, and many
agents arc far too regardless of tho truth, in
statements when soliciting for risks, honco it is
all iniDortant for nersons intending to insuro
their lives, to insure only with agents whom
thoy know to bo reliable, again it is always most
saiisiaciojy on iiuiuus urtnuiuu ui im,it will
risks with Local agents, tnon tnero is no uiiucui
tv ovdaiiL'er of loss in transmittinc premiums
Persons intending to insure their lives will find
it for their advantago to see the agent of tho
(iuardian .Mutual neloro insuring eisewnere.
NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT
ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868,
- AN llXTllA
Will run from St.
to Sheldon, na fol
Leave Kt. Albans every day at 2 o'clock p
Arrive at Sheldon at 1 o clock p. m.
Leave Sheldon at 8 o'clock a. in. Arrive at St
Albans at 10 o'clock a. in.
II. JKN.NIKOX, Proprietor
St. Albans. May 23th, 18(S. dl5-tf
RUHHKll Coats, all kinds, at
war. x. saiiTH accs.
HAT Am CAP STORE
SOUTH MAIN STREET
The undersigned keeps constantly on hand
full supply of
irATS, CAPS, FL11S,
GLO VJ'JS AND MITTENS,
GHNT'S COL LARK,
And an assortment of Gent's Puriiisliing goods
in his lino .of trade equal to any in stylo and
ox'.-ellenco of goods, and at reasonable prices.
Ho has every thing in tho hat linn, from com
mon straw to tho last style of silk hat, and can
G, H. SMITH.
St. Albans, Vt. aiay 12, 18(13. 1-d-tb
OH SPHINQ STYLES OF HATS AND CAPS,
wai n. saiiTir ,t co.
FOlt SPING STYLES OF PANTS AND VEST
call at Wai. N. SMITH A CO'S.
HATS FOU 13QYS J CAPS FOlt HOYS AT
YM. N, SailTH & C"
Forth? Iri'llioii Ti'lli!'ri)t,
ADJOURNMENT OF CONGRESS.
ILTHUSTEHTNG IN THE HOUSE.
Horso Races at Buffalo,
Washington, July 27.
The Senate assembled last night at 7$
elock nml remained in session until af-
!i- '2 o'clock this morning, and after ad-
ourning disposed of all the Indian trea
ties made by tho Indian Peace Commis-
ioners. The Senate Corridor was lllled
ith ollice seekers.
A recess was taken until O.ao' this
morning. At midnight it commenced
tin ingand has steadily continued since.
ears are entertained that the sur
rounding country -will be Hooded and
great damage done to property.
I'he House assembled at !) o'clock (his
morning but no quorum was present
and it was about 10 o'clock before one
was obtained. The confusion and noise
became so great that AVashbum, who
was in tlie Chair, was compelled to re
liiKptish it to Speaker Colfax in order
thai order could be restored.
Mr. Schenek from the Ways and
Means Committee succeed in getting in
inbill placing a tariU'on copper. An effort
is made to put the bill on its passage,
but the minority under the lead of Gen.
Hanks resorted'to nil manner of lllll-
bustering by calling the yays and nays
untie. (Jen. Schenek became alarmed
lest the morning hour would be con
sumed, thus preventing the paas-
ago of the Commerco Report
on the funding bill : so lie consented to
Us temporary postponement and the
funding bill was then reported.
Cable Dcsjmlch London 20th.
The following news has been received
from Rome : Tlie police have discovered
mine to blow up on Mount Oventinc.
Two Sentinels were recently attacked
in the night and wounded.
Nijw Yoiik, July 27
Delegates to tho national Temper
ance Convention at Clcavcland leavo
to-day. The Convention is expected to
consist of 700 members.
Nkw York, July 27.
Two young ladies from Cuba wore
drowned at Carthage Landing, Hudson
River, yesterday, one stepping into tho
river anil the other attempting to savo
Buppai.o, N. Y. July 27.
riic entries to the annual horso fair
which opens Tuesday closed on Satur
day evening, 75"cntrics havo been made
for the different trots. For the double
team race to come off Friday, 8 entries
have been made.
1riSS WOOnatAN, Dress aiakcr, has re
LTJL moved to Monitor
Hlock, over Uakcr'u
Hookstore, Luke Street,
All orders promptly
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XJL Solicitors in Chancery, Ollice, Lako Streojt
at Law, and
St. Albans Vt.
A Sunerior article of Graham Flour, for sale
at tho store of HAltNKS t CHOWLEY,
d.U-tf Lako Street.
Jgiiy Trm-yV A'l-gclublc Healing Iliilm!
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air. F. L. Goodspecd's New House at Missi
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lteiail Dealer in,
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Mittens, Valises, Umbrellas, Trav
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