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VKXMONT DAILY TnAISTSCra PT5 AIIGTTST 6, LS6S.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALBANrf, VT.:
Thuhshay Atuu'RT 0, 1808.
Political Ajjhirs in Louisiana.
The Tribune's Wellington lottoi' of
the -tth hist., fn.VH that several persons
who arrived from Now OrluuiiH on that
day represent political ntl'alrs hi Louis
Isiima to ho hi a Very deplorable condi
tion. The power of the Union men hi
the State Is only Hiiperilcial, while the
real power is hi the hands of the ex-rebels.
Since Sheridan and Mower were re
lieved from command the military there
has been lined solely to aid the ex-Ucb-cIh
and defeat the laws of Congress. Af
ter the nomination of Seymour and
Illalr was made the Democratic party
began a thorough organization, and they
now boast that thoy will carry the State
for Seymour if they have to kill every
"nigger" on its soil in doing to. The
Seymour Knights and Hlulr Guard,
having been organized, and drill as regu
larly as if they were military. They are
disposed in regiments and companiess
taking their names anil numbers from
the various regiments and companies
which they furnished to the .Rebel army
in war times. J laving seen service in
the Itcbel army is the chief qualifica
tion to become an officer of the organi
zation. Gen. Harry Hays, who figured
as the Sherifl' of New Orleans at the
massacre of Union men in July, JS07, is
Grand Commander of the revolution
ary body. At the grand mass meeting
held hi New Orleans the other evening,
thev paraded the strecs fully armed
with revolvers and bowie-knives. With
these men fully organized and discip
lined, and Gen. Jtousseau in command
of the United States military forces, the
Unionists of Louisiana expect to have
hard work to win next November. If
the Union men had any arms so that
they could cope with their opponents
they would apprehend no difficulty.
Yc have published a letter from the
Hon. Isaac N. Morris, of Illinois, in
which he fully exposes the shifting
trickery of Blair, and we herewith give
a portion of a letter from P. H. Sibley,
one of the Democratic Stale Central
Committee, of California, addressed to
said committee. The following is the
larger portion of the letter, the con
clusion of it containing the assertion
that Mr. Sibley will vote for Grant and
I would be doing violence to my own
ifinlitirrc: niwl imlHir tV iitif'nir swiwliwif i t
J V. llllfofJ tilt UillJ W i 11111(111 bUIIUllVyV 1 J
you, tlitl I continue longcrto share your
counsels and possess myself of your plans
in tno coming inimical campaign, in
sentiment and sympathy I am no Ion
ger with you. My judgment neither
approves the platform of principles put
lortu by tlie JNow lork city Convention,
nor docs my sense of duty to the coun
try justify mo in aidhiK to advance Ho
ratio Seymour to the olllce of President
of tlie united States. In remembering
that I am a Democrat, I cannot forget
time i owe a Jiigner allegiance to the
American Union. I should be glad to
remain in the Democratic party, could
i ueiievetuatin uoingso l am not sacri
ficing those principles of patriotism that
nro nigncr and Holier than any scnti
nient of mere party fealty. I believe
that the war was inaugurated in the
aouiu in the interest ol slavery. I be
lieve it was the duty of the Govern
ment to resist the heresy of secession bv
arms. I believe the calling out ol troops,
the draft of 6oldiers. the prosecution ol
warngainst rebellion, was constitutional
and necessarv for the ureservnUnn nf tlw
republic. I believe the emancipation of
biuvcs was necessary ami unavoidable as
a war measure. 1 believe the creation
of a national debt grew out of the ex
igencies of the") long continued and des
perate conllict. I believe the issue of
paper currency was an evil Incident to
me struggle, i believe that the nation
al debt should bo paid to the lust, ilnllnr
in coin of the national mint, and that
iiu lonu or measure ol repudiation is
consistent with national honor. I am
opposed to the taxation of Government
uonusas a breach ol covenant made with
the bondholders, and I am opposed to
iiyinfcj uuisu uoikis with currency in
stead ol gold. I am not in nnv iWrn.
fearful of negro supremacy, nor do 1 be-
lin.iA il...l !i 1.. il. '
iicvu unit ii 10 me negroes are conceded
tuoir just rights under the law there
will bo any danger of clevating'them to
. a social equality with any superior race.
I am and ever have been opposed to mob
violence, ami i never will cast my vote
uui usu my iiuuieneo toativance to high
iionors any JMan who, as Governor of
a great commonwealth, could fraternize
with a mob or encourage opposition to
just laws, or who when the nation need
ed its last man to put down the rebel
lion could, by opposing the draft, put
put himself and the State in hostility to
mo uenerai uovcrnment.
First District Con rent ion.
NOMINATION OF HON. C. W. m.T,AltI.
There- were thirteen ballots for Repre
sentatives to Congress, at the District
Convention at Rutland yesterday, the
last not varying very much from tho
first. At the conclusion of the thirteenth
ballot, tho Convention adjourned to
meet at 0 o'clock this morning. Eight
more ballots were had this morning,
when Hon. C. W. "Willnnl, of Mont
pelier, as we nro informed by telegraph,
was unanimously nominated. Mr. AVil
lard is a young man of decided ability,
and the Convention has made an excel
lent choice, and one that will rellect
credit pu the District.
ihe Muscatine (Iowa) Journal states
that many farmers in that vicinity arc
adopting the plan of working nights and
resting daytime, in order to save their
men and horses.
Commencement at Jittrllnyton.
1MII HETl'A KAl'l'A BOClfiTY.
The annual celebration of the Phi
Beta Kappa Society took place Tues
day afternoon. The address was deliv
ered by Hon. .1. W. Patterson, of New
Hampshire. Subject: Kdncallon hilts
relation to the Republic. The Free Press
says that Mr. Patterson's oration was
full of forclblo and eloquent passages,
was given witn tnc senator's iiinsneu
and forcible delivery, and though oc
cupying nearly two hours, held the close
attention of the audience to the end.
At the annual meeting of the Society,
Hov. Dr. Park, of Andover, Mass., was
elected the Orator, and Rev. Lewis Dl-
mon, of Providence, R. I., Substitute,
for the celebration of the Society next
M15UTINU OF THUAMJMNI.
The annual meeting of the Associate
Alumni was held at about!) o'clock Wed
nesday morning. Olllcers for the year
were elected as follows :
President Hon. L. B. Englcsby.
Vice-President Hon. Matliow Hale.
Secretary.!. H. Worcester, jr.
Treasurer C. J . Alger, Lsq.
Executive Committee M. H. Buck
ham,.!. JO. Goodrich, H. H. Bington,
W. G. Shaw, R Allen.
The appointments for the celebration
of the Alumni next year were made as
Orator Frederick Billings, Esq.;
Substitute, Rev. E. H. Byington. Poet
Rev. G. .1. Bard, of Dumbarton, N.H.;
Substitute, B.L. Benedict, Esq., ofBur
lington. The procession then moved from the
University to the Church, where unable
oration was pronounced by Judge John
A. Jameson, of Chicago.
The exercises over at the Church, the
Alumni proceeded to the American
House to discuss an excellent dinner.
Speeches were made by President An
gcll, Judge Jameson, Judge A. O. Aldis,
Prof. V. Benedict, Prof. Patterson, Prof.
G. V. Benedict, Senator Edmunds, and
Hon. Matthew Hale, of Elizabethtown,
N. Y. .l.S. D. Taylor being called on,
responded with the following verses :
1 received a note the other day from
U. V. M. in which there first met my
eye : come to Alumni dinner, Aug. 5th.
So much I read and said, I'll go
As sure as I'm a sinner,
Thro' dust or mud knee-deep or so,
I'll be there at the dinner.
You know my forte, my friend thought 1
My speciality is eating,
From first to Inst, from soup to pie,
And hence you sent mc greeting.
I'll go I said, be sure I'll go,
Halt fare or whole, no matter,
The thought sets every nerve aglow,
1 feel I'm growing latter.
Choice spirits will bo there no doubt
In spite of "Prohibition,"
And "How of soul" put cares to rout.
'Twill be an hour Elysian.
I fancied I could plainly hear
The emptying trenchers rattle.
And scent the toothsome, bounteous
As war horse scents the battle!
But highest tide has lowest ebb,
"White heat n shivering zero !
Sad failures from life's woof and web,
As witness fiddling Nero.
My every hair stood eacii from each,
My heart went faintly beating,
On larther reading "make a speech
At the Alumni Meeting.
As lightner of our gastric load,
Like a spiritual leaven ;
To raise us on our upward road
Two forty-wise towards heaven."
Oil, no! my friend, oh ! ten times no!
I'll sit right down and write him
It's awful hot, engaged, can't go,
And, yes, another Item.
I've chronic pains in chest and head.
Drink only mineral water,
I have to live on Graham bread,
At least I 'spose I oughto.
And more, I've pledged, come sun or
Tho Hope's dim lamp should illeker,
-mm i'vmumu prove a ueitic jauc,
T waH not go and liquor.
But when J thought of Beauty's smile
How exquisite tho' liceting,
That T might chance to catch meat
And also of the meeting
"Willi cherished friends ofcther days,
So many.gone forever ;
The few yet left soon silver greys,
I vow'd my best endeavor.
lojom right hands lor "Old Lang Syne"
In spite of wind nud- weather.
And talk about the rain and shine
Since we wero boys together.
And if I cannot dodge tho speech,
Must toe the mark, I'll too It ;
And tho' I'm not lit to preach.
I'll play thut I'm a poet
About tb,ee minuses, scarcely-more;.
For fear, beyond n qtiestioiu
There'll be loud talk about a tUuv
And pains from indigestioin.
To-day may have its meed oi praise,
To-morrow bo more irloriium
But yesterday Is day ol day,
i ui ii j urn iniioimous.,
For youth returned, Hurrah ! Hurrah!
I've split my two seoro tether,
A trueo to Preaching. Teaching Law.
o'ro boys once more together.
Earth does not wear hor snowy locks lm' talBii oI" (no South call on the Pres
Her saddoncd faco and chcorless ' Ihlcnt for arms, or otherwise involvo
But half the time, and then forth' wn Ikaf llim in n controversy about recoustruc-
. The youthful pure and peorlesi
Vliih. .if .
An d ?mh hiV ..HVy aS 1,owe1?'
And sunshino well can maUo hor,
Who can regard the duty ours
To be her undertaker.
Once more let's have a pleasant time,
If pleasure's gastronomic ;
Or if she wear the robes of rhyme,
And be a I rifle comic.
Or If she don a serious air,
Refitting halls and scholastic,
"With eloquence or music pair,
Or wit a bit sarcastic.
The mortal and immortal both
Shall have a blissful season,
Or I will say. If under oath,
1 cannot tell the reason.
Unless It be our bachelor state
O I tempora, O! mores,
Thni ralera e'er should congregate
Without the dear sorores.
It'is a fact, coo sad for miith,
That science sheds no rays on
That Alma Mater can't bring forth
But those of "male persuasion.'!
Aforetime wisdom ope'd her gates,
Her seven fold pillared palace,
And sent forth maiden graduates ; m
Think von it was in malice?
Would it not be a beauteous sight
V throned king and miceii,
Beside each,A aluninus wight
A sotil-ful crinoline V
Here at our grand symposium
To see in Bloomer dress,
mong Alumni, sour and glum,
Some sweet aluniniesses :
And hence 1 will propose a toast,
'IMio uiiiiin A "II 'u mnv liilltlor
The one, who, when she is Ww. toast,
Wc don't want any butter.
Commencement at Middlebitrjf.
TheCominencemcnt ISxercises ot'Mid-
dlcbury CoIIcko, A. 1. lfliS, will be as
Scniiay. Avci. iltli. -J p.m. Baccal
aureate Sermon by tho President.
Tuksday. Aro. 11th. KU a.m. Ad
dress before thePhiloinathcsinn Society,
by Balph Waldo limcrson, J'.sij,
2X P.M. Address before the Philadel-
phian Society, by ltev. F. W. Fiske, D.
D., of Chicago.
Tuksday IOvkntuci. I'arkcrian Prize
"NVhdnkhday, Auci. 12th. a.m. An
niversary ot tlie Associate Alumni.
Oration bv ltev. Byron Sunderland, I).
D., Class of 1SCS. Poem by M. L. Mead,
M. D., Class of 1855.
The Literary Exercises will be suc
ceeded by a Dinner and Social Re-un
ion at the College Chapel, and by the
semi-centennial meeting of tlie Class of
TiiunsDAY Auo. l.'ith. 10J a.m. and
p.m. Orations and oilier exercises of
theCiraduatingClass. Masters Orations
by D. J. Newland. Commencement
Concert, Thursday evening, at the Con
Tlie preliminary meeting oi l lie Al
umni will be held on Thursday, Aug.
11, at 8 a.m., at the Lecture room of tlie
Congregational Church. A registry for
the Alumni will tliere be opened. Tlie
Annual Meeting of tlie Association will
bo held at the College Chapel, Wednes
day, Aug. 12th, at 81 o'clock a.m.
Boturn tickets will be given to those
paying full fare over the ltutland & Bur
lington Railroad by applying to the
Conductors on surrendering their tick
ets. Keturn tickets good lrom tlie nun
to the 17th.
PuitSoNALiTius. The New York tiuu
thus concludes an article upon the per
sonalities which enter into a political
campaign, the article having particular
reference to the charge of drunkeness
against Mr. Blair, which tho Sun de
clares to be false as to recent time, Blair
being now strictly temperate :
"But let us give our correspondent a
little friendly counsel. In the canvass
which precedes an election, a skilful
politician will confine himself to politi
cal matters, and leave personalities out
of view. In 1802 some of tlie "Whigs
thought they could advance their cause
by assailing Franklin Pierce asadrunk
ard, but he was elected notwithstand
ing, In 1808 some of tlie duller Demo
cratic journals, following the lead of
"Wendell Philips and Theodore Til
ton, have attacked Ulysses S.
Grant on the same ground
and we will say in passing that it is a
false ground and everybody can see
that he will be elected in spite of them.
In fact, we don't know but that by their
ridiculous outcry they have contributed
to secure his election. Let our corres
pondent take the moral of all this to
heart, and leave alone the Inquiry
whether Gen. Grant ever drank a horn
of whiskey or not. Pitch into him about
his politics as much asyou like, but omit
the rest. Tho reason is simple. When
you accuse a candidate of taking too
much to drink, or of stealing, or of cheat
ing Iiis grandmother, or anything of
that sort, the mass ol people regard it all
as so much political slander, and act ac
cordingly. Andrew Johnson's Present J'ositiou
Correspondents at Washington write,
under date of Monday :
A feeling Is exhibiting itself in Re
publican circles of partial confidence in
j tlie Administration, which leads to the
i belief that Congress will not bo required
to assemuie in neptcmuor. tho daily
outdropping of antagonism to Sej mour
and Blair from tho immediatcadherents
of the President, and the fact that a
majority of tho Cabinet aro well known
to bo opposed to the Democratic plat
form, is accepted as an indication that a
neutral policy will be adopted, not on
tiroly satisfactory to the Republicans,
but by no means in support of tho De
mocracy. In fact, unless the reoruan-
tioni there can bo no more possibility of
His doing anything that will requirotho
presence of Congress before tho next reg-
,t,r sossi011- lie hlls virtually promised
J not to attompt a withdrawnl of or fur-
thcr Interference with the troops In the
lcccntly admitted States, for he has
caused it to be publicly announced that
ho will accept the advise of Secretary
Sehofleld regarding the army matters
and It Is well known that the latter is
iivei'fc to any more interference, as lie
was opposed to the recent order chang
ing tlie commanders of the Military
Districts. How longthls feel lug of con
fidence will last, however, is a problem
for the futute.
4 1.1. IVrnoiiH indebted to Smith k foster
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rates ol premium in tno
TRAVELLER'S INSURANCE CO,
OF HAHTFOHD, CONN.,
CA PITA L A XJ) ASSKTS, i 1,000,000 00.
All losses promptly attended to and sottled at
tbis Ageney. Lavijv Security, Fair J'rojits, and
Insuranco to nny amount offoctod on tlioinost
DEWEY, NOULE .t CO.
Ofticectunor Lalte and Main St., St. Albans,
new ladies store
Opposite. Won? of Hnxo A- Phce In bnildinir
i "or lv ociMiitlwl by S. S. A J. A. lledard. I.n.
I ilios will (bid here a complete and choice assort
.liiciil ot lancy Dry soodi Inst received fiom
' market, such as
Fringes all colors.
Fans, a rich lot.
Valoncienes and Thread Lace
A nice lino of French Cambrics and Fanov
I.awiiB. A now Kid Glovu which surpasses anv.
thiiu; yet broiiRlit uto this market, ami ini'r
ranted. AH ot which will bo nold at reasonable
pr ces. Ladies will Hud It lo their advant.Kn to
call and examine for themselves.
Dress i and Cloak making in all its varieties
under tho skillful supervision of Miss Kllmi
Moore, Ioiil' and favorably known to tliu inhabi.
tauts oi this villain and vieinitv.
Agent lor vt llA UA ,v uuiivs Him ine Machines.
Ij. 1'. KlJIl'TOX.
THE ST. ALBANS BRIGADE BAND
Are pieparod to furnish mnic foi
And mi other occasions where Hand and String
Music is required,
Older addressed to
G-EORG-E E. KINSLEY,
' W . H . SMITH.
At the 'I'lemoilt House, will receive promi t nt-
M'GOWAW fit BROWN
SADDLKhV, G Alt 11 1 AG F',
BUILDING- HARD W.I3.E;
We have (he largest and best assorted stock of
goods of every description, in tlie above line, to
bo found in tlie State. As agents for the largest
llelting Factories, we keep a supply of
L L'A TUEll LiELTr 0
Of all sines on hand. We offer a full and com
plete ahsoi tniont of
Garriaye and llanuw Maker Supplier,
And aro constantly recching consignments of a
superior article of Oak and Hemlock Harness
Leather, Patent Collar and llusRet, Grain and
Split Skirting and Winker. Hard and soft Dash,
F.nnameled Oil Top and
G Jt A IN BOOT LE A TITER.
CARPETING AND OIL CLOTH,
Which we offer at a low cash figure.
McGOWAN A- UHOWN,
nto-riiiNQijAjf ai'noWAN, St. Albans, Vt.
ui:oi!ir. w. iiitowx.
WllOI.WUI.K AN1 1IKTAI1. DUAUUl IN
S E EDS
' 'MECHANICS TOOLS,
BARNES'; BLOCK, LAKE ST
St. Albans, May 11, 1808.
ur a Nllvor illedal
WAS A H'A It 1 If; 1) TO
' BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE
J liy KM .. II. Slutc Agricultural Pnrlrtv, lit
y k i uir, uoiucu in Cfelitin, Mel. in, jn?i.
n Alt RETT'S
Vegetable Hair Itestorath o
Itetom Oroy Flair lo Its Natural Colon ri..
motci tlie irrnivth i.f thp Hair t rliausi t II, w
rooti to their nnclnal organic notion i irudi
Jkcotfi llanilruir nnd Iluinnrni rriiiiif s
Y ll'ilrfollinjoutt laniicrior DnnliiK AyJ
. ltcoiiUlin no Injurlnm luirmlicnt.,
wt. . i 1 popular ami reii
A au.tT Hriirit, IlirnilcnOUl 1IIC
J. R. BARRETT & CO., Proprietor
MANCHESTER. N. U.
Sold.by all Druggists.
ASAHEL S. HYDE,
nc.u.r.it IN At.I. kinds or
First Class Groceries ! !
DAliliOW J1LOCK, ST. ALBANS, VT.
CoiioibtiiiK in part or
CLAHK lias removed to Eontli Main
Ollico at hia reside
Albans, V t May. 2, 18Cf