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V JCTtt EOT "DATLY 'rRANSORFP'.r, yV LTG-TTST 11, 1SGS.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. A IHANS, VT. :
Tt isDAY, August 11, lSfts.
VI. OK PASSBSMliU TltAlNH.
Fioiu the South nml Knht, 0,Jn. in., 10,VI a. in
C,r p. in., 8,0(1 1. in.
I roni House's Point mid Went, n,50 i. in., 11,
a in 7 15 p. in.
From Montreal, 11 13 a. in., 7 40 p. in.
Dri-AiiTt iti: or i'Assi:sor.n yu.u.vs.
Fir Mi. south and East, 11 20 n. m., 1200 in.
8 0 I i.. in.
For PurUngtoii conhecting with Lake Heats
For House's Point ami West, 00) a.m. 11 00
a. in. 7 10 p. in.
For Montreal, 0 10 a. in., 0 IVi p. in.
IJAII.Y AlllttVAI. or HTACir.S AT ST. AM1ANS,
From Snoetslmrh anil Franklin, 700 p
From Hichford anil Sheldon, ouu p. m.
From Sheldon, 10 00 a. m.
From Uahirslkld, 11 00 a. in.
duly ' PAin-nii: oi-KTAOi;a most sr. ai.iianc
For Fi ,iiil.lin ami SwcetHlmrgh, 7 !10a. in.
For Shi ld.m ami Hichford. S SO a. in.
For Sin ldi in, li 00 p. in.
For Unit ruin hi, 1 00 p. in.
Stages call ut tin' several hotels in town. Stage
oflieis at tin Treinnnt House.
ci.osi.no or llli: MAILS.
Mails lnrNcw Yoik close at o 00 a. in. anil 7 00
Malls for Ponton close at f a. in. and O.'HI p.m.
Mails lor Albany nml t ho West dote at BOOn.m
Mails for C'anmia close at " l 0 a.m.
Southern anil Northun way mail close lit f 00
TIIIIH V M. ('. A. meets every Monday evening
JL at tneir rooms over Wm, N. Smith's Store,
Main StU'i t.
( hamnhuh Chapter No. 1. It. A. M. meets tin'
third Wcdm .day evening in each niontli, at
tin -ir had in Wheeler's block, MainSticcl.
Columbus Council No. 1, I!. .V S. M. meets the
second Wcdm-d.iy evening in each month, .it
th ir hall in Whceli i'm lllock.
r;il I I u L"dge No. 1, F. X A. M., meets the
first Wednesday evening in each niontli at their
hall in Fin. hi lllock, Mam Street.
Lnghsbv I.-idge No. SI F. A A.M. meets the
fourth dm Mla evening in each month, at
their hall in Union lllock. MainHtieet.
Crvstall'oiiutain, Temple of Honor No. 1 meet."
evi rv Tin.-dav csciiing at their Hall in lWrnes
lllock, Lake Mte.t.
St. Alhaiw Lodge No I. (). of (!.T. meets
eurv Friduv evening at their Hall in Parne.s
HlorU, hake Street.
Hismg Sun Lodge No. ii I. O. of O. T. meets
iv rv Saturday evening, at St. Albans Pay.
Si .l"h'i tlnl!.iptint Henevnleut Society (C,i
n.id'.vn) in. ts on the tlrst and third Wednesday
i vi l I'm uf . h month at their hall over 1'. II.
Iluntingt m's Store.
To itv i tiser-. -The VlHiMoXT 1)A1IA TllANS
i:n r has th largest eireulatioii in St. Alhan.s
mid m Franklin t'ounly, of any daily paper, and
n i n that account, if no other, the best medium
li r aihn ttsii.g.
"Interesting matter, original or se
lected, may always be found on the first
Oi'it Daily. Those wishing to secure
copies of our daily paper can do so at
Merrifield's and Raker's bookstores, as
well as of carriers, and at the ollice.
Copies of our weekly paper may also lie
had at those places.
Bi'ttku. As wo predicted last week,
the market lias been very well filled,
and butter lias come down in price with
a falling ofi' in the demand. At least
an nverairo ouantity was brought into
this market to-day, and prices ranged
from SO to .'!") cents, the latter figures he
nnr tho highest paid, as lar as wo can
The Brigade Rand gave some beauti
ful music in tho park last night.
Tin: Lawks' Fkstivau The Festi
val which comes ott' to-morrow evening
at Academy Hall not Thursday even
ing as editorially stated in yesterday's
Thansckii'T promises to bo a very
pleasant affair. Tho " wax ilggers" to
bo exhibited by " Mrs, Jariey'' will be
of themselves worth more than tho
price of admission.
To in i Ctt urns.
St. Ai.ijans Aug. 10, 1808,
A Republican caucus was held at the
Town House in St. Albans, pursuent to
notice. The call was read by Edward
A. Smith, Esq. Capt. Almont Rarnes
was elected President, and A.G.Safford
On motion of Bradley Barlow, Esq,
the following persons were elected do
legates to attend the !trd Congressional
District Convention to bo holdcn at
'Stowe on tho 12 inat :
J. H. Dewey,
R. D. Hopkins,
L. 11. Golf.
W. II. Whiting,
IL M. Stevens,
S. II. Roynton.
And tho following persons were elect
D. R. Potter,
J. S. Weeks,
A. O. Rrainerd,
J. D. Soulo,
A. J. SaniRon.
Tlie following persons wore upon mo
tion of II. Rrainerd, Esq., elected to
serve as Town Committeo for tho year,
or until another should bo elected.
D. R. Potter,
G. C. Noble,
A. O. Brainerd.
A. Rahnks, A. G. Sakfohd,
Auiunair. Tho following are tho
delegates and altornatetj from Alburgh
to tho Stowo Convention : Delegates
R. W. Reynolds, Jed P, Ladd ; Substi
tutes L. Sowles, F, G. Kinsley.
The Shcrijy Question.
(iPOIKtlA, Allg. Id,
Kditoiw Vt. Tuanvcuipt:
I have long favored the plan of volun
teer candidates for public ofllces and I
have often thought if I had an earnest
nspir.it ion for ollice that I would Intro
duce the fashion of asking the support
of those voters who were agreed with me
in political sentiment, hut 1 should
hardly expect the support of peivons of
another political faith.
The volunteer candidate for Slieritl
has many personal friends in this town,
wlio have cheerfully supported him in
(lie past, endorsed as lie wns by the lte
publicam convention, who cannot now
see their way clear to bolt a regular
nomination in favor of their best friend
without Homo insurance that he is iden
tified witlt them in the support of Re
Should Mr. Soule see (it to clearly de
fine his position on tho great isntes of
the day l have no doubt that it would
materially improve his chances for re
O. S. Buss.
Swaxton, Aug. It), isos.
linrroiis Than'scuipt :
Why dooii not Air. Soule, who an
nounces'liimuelf ii candidate for Sherid",
answer theiptelioiiH propounded toiiim '
liy one of your correspondent"? I have
been quite friendly to his re-election,
tliinking tliat tlie Sheldon convention
ilid not deal fairly by him : but if lie litis !
been seeking the nomination at the
hands of the Democrats, or in any way
identified witii that party, I, with others
of his friends, must vote again! him.
Let him define Ids position, as long as
there is so much doubt, about it.
Dis. Patton's Li:ctuui:. The Rev.
Dr. Pat ton, of New Haven, Ct., who is
spending tho season in Franklin County,
and occasionally supplying the Congre
gational pulpit in this place, delivered,
last evening, an interesting lecture on
the "Stone Kingdom," of Dan. n, Hi,
41, 45. Wo think a few of tho lead
ing points presented, will interest those
of ourreadors who were unable to attend.
After a brief review of Nebuchadnez
zar's dream and Daniel's interpretation
of the same, the Dr. showed that the
imago here spoken of, the beasts of
Dan. vit, and the kings specially men-
tioned in Dan. vin, mean the same
powers, Hie four universal kingdoms to
bear rule over the earth. That these
have had their day, and have all passed
nvay but the divided state of the fourth
iingdom. He claimed that tho same
law of interpretation should bo applied
to the fifth universal kingdom in to the
others, which would make it a literal,
civil government. He considered brief
ly the two forms of government known
to the world, the despotic and tho de
mocratic, and tho antagonism existing
between them. The " image " seen by
Nebuchadnezzar symbolized despotic
governments,' tho " stone cutout of tiio
mountain without hands," a democratic
government. Ho gave his reasons at
some length why this could not mean
Christianity, the Church, or Christ, as
moat people have hold.
The leading purpose of tho lecture was
to show that this prophecy of Daniel has
its fulfilment in tho establishment of a
republican form of government on this
continent, and by an ingenious method
of computation tho prophetic periods of
Daniel and Revelation were shown to
extend to 1770. lie spoke of the circum
stances under which our government
was established as proving divine care
and protection. He said that tho smit
ing process would go on till the despotic
governments of the earth became " like
tho chuff of the summer threshing
lloors." and " democracy " would be tho
government of the whole earth. The
governments oi i-juropo will nave no
part in this matter because they are the
divisions of tho fourth kingdom. He
spoke of the popular movements in Eng
land as showing a leaning toward de
moeraey, and that the old world was
ripe for its establishment.
Tills sketch gives but a faint idea of
of this able lecture. Tho theory was
novel, ingenious and well argued. Tho
audience generally were well pleased,
but tho.-e who have adopted William
Miller's views of this subject would fall
In Cofht. Lawrence McGarvoy was
brought boforeJustice Sherman this fore
noon on a charge of committing a rapo
on Matilda Leprizo, wife of Win, Le
prize, a resident on Labe Street. He
pleaded "not guilty," and tho examina
tion was postponed until Friday next.
E. A. Sowles appeared for tho respond
ent, and Messrs. Hill & Safford for tho
Tho fountain in the little park at tho
south end of the depot has been com
pleted, and is now ready for operation
when wo have water enough.
Coming. Wo learn from tho St.
Johnsbury Caledonian thatquito alargo
partyof tho business men of Portland
loft that city on Monday to pass
over tho entire lino of tho Portland and
Ogdcnsburgh road to Swanton. They
are expected to spend Wednesday night
in St. Johnsbury proceeding by stages
Thursday morning, and reaching Swan
ton Friday ovenlng.
Mouk Aiiour Tin: Tim:vp.B. We
havo some further particulars of the op-1
i orations of William Jones mid Henry
lliokoy, t lie arrest of wliont w.is men-
i tloned in yesterday's Tkanwhipt. It
has been known for some time past that ,
there was a gang of thieves in lied ford,
P. Q., who liave made fcevoral maraud-1
1 Mir nv nnilHImia IhU stile of lllP line. I
On Friday night i-omo of the iung stole
an follows from the premif-e.- of tho fol
lowing persons in Highgate: Martin
Hellion, twoliarneses; Iidwln C.linskin,
one harness, one saddle, one bridle and
one whip; Conrad V.arr, one liarness ;
II. Sanderson, one liarness, Mrs. Wat
son, one imiiitio roue ; Jerry t ummings,
jr., one liarness. Deputy Sherlll' James J
1 IMaee, of llighgato, and Constahle
Fidley of St. Albans, on learning of the
robberies, immediately yet theniselvoi ;
at work to eateli tlietheives. Constable
Kailev proceeded to Uedford Sunday
night and aeertaining that .lones and
lliekeyliad left town evidently on anoth-1
er tlieiving expedition, returned to,
Highgate in due haste. He had hardly
reached the old Stinehour Tavern where J
were in waiting Deputy Sheriff Place, j
and Messrs. Fitch and Kelley of tho j
Custom House, when a wagon passed.
The team was instantly stopped and :
Jones and Hieltey apprehended, and
brought to St. Albans. Constable Fail-1
cy then returned to Jiedlord and lound
lu harne.-re-s and other property eim-1
merated above in t lie sugar orchard ofj
Judge Freligh.and they have been idea- 1
tilled by the parties named. The tub of ,
butter found in the wagon was stolen ;
from I4dwin Smith. i
Groat credit is due loSlierifi'Place and
Constable Fai ley for their untiring ef-
' forts in bringing the t helves to justice.
I Their examination is being had to-day !
at Highgate. '
PmtsoKAJi. Hon. John C. Under
wood, United States Judge of the Eas-1
torn District Court, ol'Virgina, arrived
at St. Albans from Montreal last night, j
! stopped at the Welden lloino, and left
for tho South on tho Steamboat (rain
Dr. Dixi Crosby, for thirty years con
nected with Dartmouth Medical Col
lege, retires from t he professorship of
surgery the present year and will be
succeeded by his son, Dr. AlphcusR.
Crosby, for some time assistant profes-f-or
of surgery in the Medical depart
ment of the University of Vermont.
Tho ArfjitH says that J. P. C. Cottrill,
of New York, formerly of Montpelier,
but more recently of Milwaukee, is to
address the Seymour and Rlairclub of
Montpelier this week, and is thereafter
to stump New York State for Seymour
The University of Vermont, as has
eon stated in the Thanschipt, at com
mencement last week, conferred the
brevet degree of A. M. on our fellow
townsman, L. li. Dutcher, Iisq. Mr.
Dutohor says that this intended honor
only reduces himiu rank, as he has been
an L. L. D. all bis life.
Gen. Sigel is President of a Republi
can club, instead of a Seymour club, as
some of our exchanges have stated.
(li'diid Isle Counfi llcjmhficun
Tho Union Republiean voters of
lira ml Isle County are requested to meet
at tho Court House in North Hero on
Saturday, August lo. 1SUS, at 11 o'eloek,
A. jL, to nominate a Senator and
County Olllcors for the year ensuing.
ll! H. Rkynolds, )
J. H. CuAJininiLix, Committee.
.1. M. Hawhica.v. I
Franhltn County Convention.
The Democrats and Conservatives of
Franklin County are requested to meet
in Convention, at Fairfield, Thursday,
August l!Uh, 1808, at 11 o'eloek, a.m., to
nominate candidates for State Senators
and County Olllcors for tho ensuing
year. A full attendance is requested. .
F C WuTvc'r Cm
Third Conyreasionut J)istrirt.
liepublivan Union District Convention.
A Republican Union Convention, for
the Third Congressional District of Ver
mont, will be held at Stowo, on Wed
nesday, the 12th day of August next, at
ll o'ciuck a. m., lor tne purpose ot nom
inating a candidate for Representative
to Congress, to bo supported by the Re
publican freemen of tlie District at the
election of tlie first Tuesday of Septem
ber next, and one elector ol l'resuient
and Vice President, to bo supported by
tho freemen of the District at the elec
tion on tho llrst Tuesday in November
The Republican Union voters ot this
Congressional District are invited to bo
represented in tho Convention by their
delegates to bo choosen upon the basis
of one delegate from each town and an
additional delegato for every hundred
and every fraction of one hundred
larger than fifty votes cast for the Re
publican candidate for f Governor at tho
last State Election.
Tho dolcgntes of tho several towns in
tho District will bo chosen at primary
meetings to ho called by tho Ropubn
can Union Committees of the respee
lV iUtt JIO ltltl Jill 117 b wu IUWUMVU nun
proper credentials signed by the secre
taries ol said meetings.
! "C. G. Viiui:iiKi5.
1 J. P. SAHTiiK, District
I II. S. Royck, Committee.
C. E. Rknton,
Burlington, July 22, 1808.
ULYSSES S, GRANT.
for vici: iMti:sii)i:NT,
JOHK B . PAGE,
Foit mi:ut. oovutNon:
of West Falrloe.
ron TitKAHimnu :
JOH N A . PAGE,
Foit ujiPtrroits at liAitun:
UFO. W. tiHAXDKY, of Vergennes,
H. FAlltBAXKS, of St. Jidinsbury.
Ucjuiblird)) Count! .'oinhmt)ouH.
A I) Ii F V 15 A R St O W
of St. Albans,
14 X R Y A . 11 U
of S wanton,
WILLIAM. R. HUTCHINSON,
FOH ASSISTANT .HTW1KS:
W A L T J2 R C . S T 14 V 14 N
J Oil N K. WHITN14 Y ,
FOR .lUDOi: OF I'HOIIATK !
M Y It O IS W . BAT L
of St. Albans.
FOH STATE'S ATTOHNKV .
L L A R D F A R R f N G T C) N
of St. Albans.
T A M 14 S P. P L A
foh inoir haiuff :
J U L I U S II A L B 14 R T
milF. LADIES of St
Luke's (Munch will hold
.1 ('A DJiJI V HALL.
Wednesday Evening, August 12th.
The Original Mrs. Jarlcy, having formed a
New Collection of
Sho will exhibit the sumo at tin; above time anil
place. The Public arc. invited.
Admiwiion. 'JD cents. :!-"!
House and Lot for Sale.
MY HKSIDKNCE, corner of ThomaM
EiiKland Streets. The be.it place fo
lrieo linked, in this city.
G. W. MoGOWAN.
St. Alb.ius, Aug. 5, 18C8.
COMMKHOIAL College. PiooniH ; possession
given Sept., 1st. Three. Itooins easy of
access, and very pleasant Ritualion for Club
Itooins or ollices.
WM. N. SMITH.
St. Albans, Aug. 3, 18GS. dTOtf
WATER POWER FOR SALE.
rnUK Subscriber offers for sale, tho beht
JL W.vnat rowxit on rmo jcivcr, trooil Hum
ind Tin en Acres of Land.
Also, a tv. o-story house, out-bui!dinf;s, Ac.
Also, a Farm of 1 10 Acres, with jjood buildings.
This nroncrtv is situated at l!'dford, P. (.,
within two miles of StanbridKO Station, and is
one of the best points for bin-.inesa in the dis
For particulars liiiiune at the TitAXuoiiirr Ol
lice, or of the proprietor on the premises.
-S. r. JJiiu is.
Uedtbrd, P. Q., Aiiff., 1, 18GS. 'JiS-liw
FAIj LOTKlilA DKLA
1SLA I)F. CU11A.
In tho drawings for lfiliS there will
$090,000 XX? GOLD.
Drmni Onrr in Srct'utt i'n )itjS'
Prizes paid in Cold.
Pi ize.s cashed and infor-
mation given by
C'J X. Main St., Providence, It. I.
FOH ONE DQXiXiAH !
WE KF.LL DllKSS PATTF.ltNS, PANT Pat
terns, Webs, Cotton ('loth, Shawls, Car-
pctltigs, blieetmgs, Dry ami l aucy uootls, Ac,
,c. t'nciilurs tient I'Yi'c, giving full paiticil-
lars: or TwclvoClmSH sent for One Dollar,
describing twelve) diilerent articles which we will
sell for One Dollar Kut li.
US" Ladies and gentlemen wanted as Agents,
to whom tho most liberal inducements aro offer
ed, and satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
CltAS. fOTTS A- CO.,
(: .S; Oil KKDIHt.W, STXtUKT,
Swanton Falls JViarble Works I
The undersigned having purchased the I.argo
And business of the late Jon Fj-.niiY. and having
improved facilities for carrying on tin) business
by water puwer, would announce to the public
that he will till all orders for
Grave Stones, Counter and Table Tops, Cum ti try
Posts, Window Caps and Sills, with promptness
and at low rates. It. MChTKIt IIAHNKY.
Swanton, Vt., June IbliS. 2Jl-2tu
L1NKN Collars of overv detcription at
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
FOH SPIUNG'STYLF.S OF HATS AND CAPS,
call on WM N. SMITH .V CO.
CJACK Coats, in every stylo at
O WM. N SMITH .t CO'S.
SHAKKSPKItK Collars, of all hinds at
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
qiltUNKS OF ALL KINDS ; TltAVKLLING
J Hags of nil kinds, at
WM. N. SMITH fi GO'S1
ATS FOH JiOYS ; CAPS FOlt HOYS AT
WM. N. SMITH A COS.
YOUTHS Clothing or all kindH at
WH N. SMITH A GO'S.
DISSOLUTION Tho copartncrHlmi hereto
fore exintiiiR under tho nnmo of Wvinan A
llutitiiiRtoii i hy mutual conenl this ilaviHn
Nolvi'il. All accounts UU said linn inust ho
nettled iinmrdiately. F.ithcr partner in author,
ized to receipt for the fame.
K. It. 11UNT1NOTON.
St. Alpniis, Kuh. loth, lHOtf.
The watch and jewelry husincHs in all it hran
ches will he continued, with proinptlioK, and in
n worknianliko manner as heretofore, hv
SAVE YOUR MONEY
BY liuylng the new Patent Plated Spoons and
Folks. Warranted to wear etpml to tho
best Treble Plato at very much less price. Call
them at Huiitiiij;ton'H, west Hide Mnln
-tTfltFItFAK my wife, Mary Hiniey, has left
my bed and hoaid without ill-it canoe
or provocation, this is to fjivo notice that 1 shall
pay no debts of her coutraetint after thin date.
St. Albans, AtiRiiKt 0, 1H08. 22S-.1W
I LOT, containing One Aero of ground with
x.v a new niiii-e, oarn ami Micas, witliin a
lew moments walk of the Village of St. Albaiif,
will be hold on reasonable terms.
A n,od i;arih'ii on the promises Mill also be
Hold on reasonable terms, and if so sold, posses
sion Mill be fjivin immediately.
For particulars inquire at the Trtiiwcrii't Of
New Auction, Commission,
rjMlK Underrii(,'iied has opened an auction mid
J. Commission Store
1) K I SCO h 1S N HW IlniXl K
Where may be found a lari
of all desoritions
Stock of (loods
Prints, Oelaiues, Crockery i'latciKinods, Ulass-1
vwii'o, iVc, wlncli will lie sold -(I per cent, lower
than at other establishments in town.
Tablo Linens, Counter Panes and Diaper
Wire all purchased tit Slew art's in New York.
Auction sales every Tuesday and Saturday
All kinds of household Roods will be bought,
or taken lor sale on commishion.
Di:.inr.s admiration. To be admired, they
m u s t possess lleauty and lnte.ligenee.
Moit every one lias intelligence, and
AliL CAW BE BEAUTirUL
'liy using the P.VIMUAIS l.OTlAX, the latest
I and most wonderful of all tho cosmetics. Hy its
( Hie all moths mid freckles are removed, the skin
! becomes clean and transparent, and the cheek
roseate witli tho hue of youth. The Paphian
1 Lotion can be found at
j THE PEOPLE'S DRUGSTORE!
1 And also a most complete assortment of all toi
i let articles. The new and fragrant Flnv le
JIii jo, and tho delicious wood Vlolel. and all
other choice and tr.igrant perfumes.
DRESSINGS AND DYES :
Puff and Powder lloxes, Colognes, Toilet Soaps,
Teeth washes and Powders. Brushes: such as
Hair, Teeth, Kail, Infant, Ac, Ac.
i Call and see the beautiful necehsitiea and lu-
urics for the toilet even if you do not wish to buy
! JUST RECEIVED
As full a iitoeU of pure Uriis as can be found in
tlie State of Vermont, together with llcsinoids,
Fluid Extracts, and all articles reipiiied in a
Physicians or domestic practice. Warranted
pure and of first quality. This stole will be un-der-o!d
by none in St. Albans.
Trusses, .Shoulder P.races, Supporters, Ac, ,V.,
and every tiling l;ept m a well regulated
S. R. DAY, AGENT.
St. Albans, Vt. June. JBOS.
11 EN OVA TO R!
a si'isi: crisi: nm
Sciufula, Erysipelas, Tumors, .Salt Piheuni,
Fever Sores, Scald Head, White Swellings,
Heart Disease, Ulcerations of the
bungs and Liver, and alt Fleer
mis, Cutaneous, and Can
cerous Affections, and
I diseases arising
i fiom aninju-
cury. Peivor.s afllicted with the ahoe diseases and
onlldeuco m the cflieacv of this
can malic an arrangement with the
To be Cured or NO PAY!"
In Dvspepsia, Bilious Coiniilaint, Costiveness,
Diarrhea and Dysentery IT HAS NO EQUAL,
curing tho Diseases quickly with a few doses,
by removing all irritating secretions and inlhim
unitorv tendencies, and giving tlie btnmach and
bowels a natural, healthy tone.
This medicine hat-' hern used over 11 years,
yet it is unknown in many parts of the State
from the fact that it has nocrbcuii advertised.
The Proprietor never intended making it for
general use, but ai tho urgent request of Physi
cians who havo watched its elfect in severe
chronic cases, and Irieuds ami others who havo
recovered by ittf uso from diseases that appeared
hopeless, ho will now furnish it to Druggists
and Dealers throughout tho State
A Circular containing certificates of the
most reiiuirliablo cures ever effected, from Phy
sicians, Ministers and others of the highest
btanding in tho different towns where used, will
he-furnished by dealerd ntia:, or by addressing
Solu Manufacturer and Proprietor,
1st ueorgia, Vermont,
A Superior article of Graham Flour, for sale
at the storo of HAJtNES A- CltOWLEY,
Mr. F. L. Goodspecd's New Housu at Missi
quol Springs, is now ready for tho reception of
FOlt SPING STYLES OF PANTS AND VEST
call at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
Forthv Viniwiit 1'awicriit.
SOMETHING- OF A RIOT I
The Validity of the Southern
State Governments Recog
nized by the President.
New Yohk, Aug. 11.
Details of the riot at Richmond last
night state that tlie meeting was very
candidate for Congress, vvns tho next
speaker, followed hy R. E. Wlthora,
democratic candidate for governor.
Robert Ould was tho llrst speaker. Dur
ing his speech a negro on an adjoining
shanty interrupted him, and finally a
brick was thrown at the speaker's stnud.
A rush was at once made in the direction
from which tho brick came, and a cry
was raised in the opposite direction. A
light was in progress then, and tho oth
er half of the crowd ran. Meantime a
lino demonstration was made upon the
shanty from which the brick was
thrown, and amid the breaking of win
dows with bricks, the smashing of doors
and the firing of pistol shots, the most
fearful excitement prevailed. Just at
this moment a fleeing negro made his
appearance, pursued by a crowd, nnd
sonic shols were discharged at him, but
without eiroct. Some twenty pistol
shots in all were fired ; one white man
was severely wounded by a brick on the
head, and a number of others struck.
Two negroes were mortally wounded,
one in a dying condition. Several mi
nor casualties are spoken of.
Washington, Aug. 11.
The instructions to Qen. Ruehanan
who commanded in Louisiana having
mot the approvul of the President, and
it being probable that Gen. Schoficld,
on account of sickness in his family,
will not be present at the Cabinet meet
ing to-day at which those instructions
were to have considered, they wero
forwarded through tho army head-quarters
yesterday. They embody the full
est recognition of tlie validity of the
Southern Slate Governments. These
Governments, therefore, can now receivo
military aid from the general Govern
ment only in the same manner as could
any of the older states. This paper is
thought to make it certain that there
will bo no Congressional session in Sep
tember. New Youk, Aug. 11.
Tlie ship".hwa" fromNowport Wales
for New York has probably boon lost at
Gold opened at 14(1, and at 1 o'clock
had fallen to 145J.
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