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V.Ti:IOTT DATLY TOANSCRTPT, ALTO-ITST 13, 1868.
Vormont Daily Transcript,
.si. AlllANS, VT. :
WlDMSDW, Al'OFKT 12,
I Tin: Democrats and Conservative of
' Lamoille County, hold their Convention
nt Hyde Park on the Uist hist.
chniacter, its inlhtenee, though not
UIHIN.W. HI' I'.VISl'.S'Ot'.It l'UAl.VS.
iniu tin Smith mid Fast, 5,18 n. m., 10,511 ii.m
,25 p. in., 8,00 p. in.
irom jioimo ronu aim iicsi, ,uu u. in., u,-
0 ft. ni.. 7-15 p. in.
From Montreal, 11 45 n. in., 7 10 p. in.
DrrAiiTfiir. or l'As.iKNor.n trains.
l or tin South and F.ast, (121 ft. nt., 12 00 in.
00 p. m.
For lJtirliitjjrtr.il ciuiiicetinn with I.aho Hunts
l"i ii tn.
1 ir lti.u-i l'nint ninl Went. 005 n. m. .11 00
. in. 7 10 l. in.
lnr M m.ri al, 0 10 n. in., 0 35 p. in.
I T rci vuitHi'i' v (if Vhmoxt. Tho next
Freshmen Clu?s of the University of
Vermont will nuinlier tilmut twenty-live.
I'osi'MAsfnn A'r Utrsi'H Point.
Thomas II. Slingsby has Ijclmi re-ap-polntcd
Postmaster at Rou.-e's Point.
IIAIIY KUIUVAI. OK RTAOIW AT HT. AI.11ANS.
From Siectnhtin:h anil Franklin, 700 .
From llichfonl anil Sheldon, 500 p. in.
From Sheldon, 10 00 n. in.
From ll.ilirriificld. 11 00 a. in.
vn.v ur.rAitTi nr. oi-HT.uirrt rnoM v. ai.ii.vns.
FnrF-. Ah t "1,1 siiceNbtiridt, 7 atia. in.
Fur sin 1 l, n i. ,.1 lliehford. s :I0 a. tn.
1 or Sh. ldoii, ' no p. m.
For 1 n l.i. iv In Id, 1 00 p. in.
hii'i.x .nil ut ilir MfU'inl IkiIi Ih In town. Str,L'i'
fllci ut tin' Tn liioi i t Hottfc.
f t.OSl.SII 111" H1K MAILS.
Stalls lor New York close nt 5 00 a, in. mid 7 00
Man lot' HomIoii i'Ihio at 5 a. in. anil (i:l0 p.m.
Matin lor lbmiv ninl tin-Went i'Iom- at 5 00 a. in
Mails for Canada close at 5 CO a.lit.
Soiitliirn mid Northern way tnnil clone t 5 00
Sticmi: OF C. II. KaiinswoIitii.
('has. II. Farnsworth, formerly l'rinei-
iml of (lie ('oninieri'ial College at Piatt
burgh, hung himself in tlte woods near
Hraltleboro, Sunday. lie leave a fami
ly in Lowell.
Famimks Sfimm.ikd. In tin adver
tisement in the Uurlington Times an
nouncing a Pic-Xic excursion on the
litike to-morrow, we fruit " Children
httlf price, to he had on the lioal."
Tin: estate of the late (ten. Issao Me
Daniels of Hutlimd is eslinitiled by come
as hiirh tw a Million dollar-.
pllll M. (' A. meets every Monday evening
L "t ti'iif ri i.iiii-. over Win." X. Smith's Store,
lam JSti'i i t
( h mpl .u Chapter No. 1, It. A. M. meets the
lird At , d.ij evening in rarh month, nt
t t hi i i i Vi -ler' s block, MainSticet.
('ulin.iiiiiH ( n i it-i I No. 1, 1!. .V H. M. meets the
'conil Wi Incsd.iy evening in each inonth, at
I 'tr 1 ad i i W licclers lllork.
I i i i, in l.odh'i. No. 1, F. .V A. M., meets the
rst i liu-dav eicninc in each month ut their
nil l. I lilocL. Main Street.
F. lirl- s 1 ,!-; No. SI F. .V A. M. liiei-tM the
until i dtiisdni evening in each liinnth, nt
C Vj tal Fonntalli, I cinpleot Honor No. lnuotH
verv Fneohu i cliiiif,' at Iheir Hall in Dimes
lurk I, :tli str , i.
st VlhatiH I K-i No ;U, J. (). of (i. T. meets
v r Fiiilav i, nhi(t nt tlirir Hnll in Harnrs
i ii I I.al.i 'stirct.
t! m i f-nii I.o :,' Ni.. 8 1. O. of (I. T. mrt'ls
i i S;ilnrdu i M niiiK. at Kt. Albans Day.
-,i J im il.' li.iptixt llunoMiU'til Xofii-ty (Ca-
iil. i iHi itm n tlir ilrst ninl tliiril nlnrsilay
ii. of ' ,u-h inonth at tlmir hall ovrr h. II
Innti , . ti t's St, m .
) Artvrrt Urr.. -'I'lir Vl'.llMD.N'r Daii.V TllANS
. i r lu tin-1 ii'Kist titrttlatinn in St. AlliniM
ii in I'l-aiiUiin County, of nny daily paper, and
ii lh .i.'i1 I if no othrr, the hrst nii'diitm
Wicsr Itui'KKT. The t Uujiert
Cheese h'aelory Association made their
fourth shipment of ehee-e on Monday
the .'id inst.. of live and a-half Ions.
which was sold in New York on the oth
lor lo'c. per in., nemnjr me paironsai
the fitetoty a trifle over l.rde iter lb.,
A'l" (lie la-t nttetiiiK of the ( rant and
Ctilfax Cluh of Mrattlehoro, over Km
ntimes were added to the cluh, and
speech's were made hv Hev. Additon
JJrown,Capt. U.W. Clark. IL. 1". Smith,
Maj. .Iohn C Tyler, and others.
TheCrant Cluh of St. Albans have
had but few meeting!, yet they have
been vrrt) enlhu-iitwlic. Xo sjieeehea,
however, were made.
a-i" Interesting matter, original or se-
:'c(ed, may alwtiys belound on the first
Ot it Daii.v. Those wishing loseettre
pies of our daily paper can do so tit
'opies of our weekly Diiier may ttlso be
tail .it thee i)laee.
Tun liidios of St. Luke's Church will
o-night, as they always do, get up a
I'Mivui wiinii iiiieiiuiiiK. i u lirifj
ial Jarley," although u member of the
' lureli ol iMiirlniuI. will exliiuil, tier
in ii i iifiii in "wnv iiiriri.r' wiiiiiim. ri-
. i. , i . 1 1.1
fitmffv. Atrs. .Inrlev will irive Hie n-.iml
irivilcge in naming the "liggcrs" "you
.1I...1 i. . ,t
m.' ' . 1,111 iiii- ililil lilivi; liui I'lllilt'l'.
Tin: two thieves, Iliekey and Jones,
who were arrested at llighgalc on Sun-
1:1 II 1 I 1 1 I WI' IM (l '111 I I lll'l I IIUKIFO IHUI W'l)
Whitt'oinl), at ITiirhjrate, on TueMiay,
....it... 1 1 . . .. i . . . i
in.. ........ .............1 ...1.,. I.'I I . . CI t 1
i iie.v huiv i t'i in nun iiiuii'jiui in m.
bnns, and if they remain until court
meets will lie tried, no doubt.
Anothuh hop came oll'atthe Chnm-
plain House, Highgate, Itist night, nnd,
we learn, that it was a very pleasant
aflair. Messrs. Kinsley, llolmbergand
lUissellfurnished excellent music which
was highly enjoyed by all present.
i: understand thatMr. J. S. I). Tay
lor, who until the last term has been,
for several yeaivi, Principal of St. Albans
High School, has been again engaged
to till that position ; a move on the part
of the Prudential Committee which
gives general satisfaction, as Mr. Taylor
b a popular ami efficient teacher.
To-aioitonw tho,,unterrlfled" of Frank-
Jin County meet in convention tit Fair
Held to nominate candidates) for State
Senator and county otllcers. AVe learn
that Hiram Atkins of the Montpelier
Aryus and II. 11. Smith of Milton will
address the convention.
OitijKANs County IIouskh. Wm.
Pitcher, of Albany, about two weeks ago
.'old a live years old to Wm. K. "Wallace
of Newbury, for $700, and another of the
same age to Atwood, of Mass., for SoTi.
.Iohn C. Dow, last Thursday, started
for market with 40.l head of cattle a
pretty drove lie left 8D0 behind him,
s" of which are beeves.
Gold has recently been discovered in
it brook east of Clover village, by a gen
tleman, formerly miner in California.
Mr. U. S. Itolliutt, of (Jrecn.boio, who
lias been absent in California, Nevada,
Oregon and Montana, for the past ten
years, arrived homo about three weeks
Supreme Courl commences Aug. -0,
at Irasburgh, with 'I'l cases on the
Ltit Wednesday afternoon Mr. Ceo.
W. Bridgman, one of the proprietors ol
the steam mill in Sutton was dangerous
ly hurt by having a log roll over him,
smashing his arm si that the bones
stuck through the ilesh, his, jaw wasalso
broken badly anil the roof (if his mouth
badly hurt. Drs. . I. F. Skinner audit.
15. Skinner were immediately called,
who proceeded to repair damagesas well
aspossiuic, though there are si rong ears
that he may not recover. The log was
about Fifty feet long. llartnn Standard.
Hank ltonin:itv in Bunninotox.
Fhe First National Hank at ICast Ilen-
nington, Vt., of which R. Graves is
President, was rooljedon Saturday night
of bonds and money to tin unknown
amount. The plunder waa contained
one of Lillie's safes, the lock of which
was picked showing the hand of a skil
ful and dangerous cracksman. The op
erator left not a scratch or mark upon
the exterior of the safe, simply remov
ing tlte dial of the lock.
The robbery was discovered Sunday
afternoon by Mr. Graves. Upon open
ing the exterior door of the safe he dis
covered that all the bonds and securities
deposited by individuals with the bank
for safe keeping, had been extracted,
the amount of which is not known. It
is probable the amount of money stolen
will not exceed $15,0011, as the bank did
not usually have a large sum on hand,
hut kept its reserve hinds on deposit in
Troy and New York.
losses must be heavy.
Tlir I'oi'tlantl Convention.
traceable in Ms immediate, cllecls. will ITTT VO CI P Ci CI
and inili-i u JJ 1 D O Jj O O
be felt hereafter in those nuiet i
reel methods which are somelimr's the
most powerful. Jloy'nn Adrrrflttfr.
i (jliAJN 1 , ,llii'.iii.l'miKliy iintluaU'oi.ri.t thi day .U. J" XXJJJiJJXl,Al XI
Tno.su t!i.s"nixs Amaiw. At the.
retpiest of a corre-poitdeut we again
publish tlte ipM'"lioii- propounded lout '
week to Mr. Soule, tin Independent
candidate for Slier IT. "We would, at the i
same time, anwer a question of our!
correspondent by si , ting that we do hot
know whether Mr. Soule ini cutis to an-'
Hver the questions or not ; but wy jud&o j
by Ids long hesitation thai he fears an'
. j answer either way will compromise him 1
with those whose support be ! seeking1
In this, however, we may. possibly bet
The following are the questions here-
tofnre published :
1st. Is Mr. Sonic a Hcpiihlirtan -ifloei
he support tlte principles which have
actuated Congness as against the policy
of the President? Is he for Gi nut and
Colfax, or Seymour and lllair?
I2d. 1 las he endeavored totrade witli a
man who is prominently talked of a a
ti candidate of flic I)emu-ratie party, by
endeavoring to have him pledge hlmseif
to resign in Smile's favor?
.'Id. lias he told Deniociats that lie
was as much of a Democrat as a Repub
4th. lias lie solicited the Democratic
vote by promise of olllce or favor?
ii. In he combined with malcontents
to secure the election of a Democratic
Let Mr. Soule answer these questions,
and if he does not rely on the Democrat
ic vole let him announce it, if lie does
lei him retire to the sheltering wing of
Democracy ami rely upon it. Let him
choose this day whom lie will serve.
Our columns, of come, tire opon to!
Air. Soule tor a reply : us we wish to
deal generously with till.
Foil vin: iM!Fsii)i:NT,
. J50 H K 13 PAtrE
, j( of Rutland.
Fou i,ii:l't. novmtxoii:
STEPHEN T H ( M
of West Fairlee. - ,
S..H 41I. All niTounta with said firm must ho1
Hi'tllrd imini'diati'ly. Kit her p-utiur ii aiitlmr-
lir.ru mi n-i-i-iii mi- ,n. M,llU(
i;iIAllliUS WY.MAN, !
F. II. HFNTlN'dTON. ,
Hi. AlpaitM, Fi'li. 10th. 1S08.
'J ho watrh mid jrwrhy littf.ini'Ks in all It hran-'
Chen will ln I'otitintird, with pvoinpttipiiH, mid in I
n wiirlitimnliki' mnniirr as licrntnforc, hv s.
, , CHAltbEH WVMAN.-
For the Vvi'mimt lYntioi'j,!! ;
0 H N A . PA
SAVE YOUR M0jStEY
1J nhK tin- tii' Patent I'lntrd Sioons and ,
J forks. Warranted to wrar npial to thu
hVst 1'ii'lilc Platr at vrrv lnnch Iish inlri'. Call
nml ... Ilw,... ... I 1. i . . ..
' and s,
Ihi'tu at llntitinHtonV. wi st ."Idr Mnlli
(TKO.W:'rt HANDftY, of Vergmfe.,
IL FA I HMANKS, of SI. .Iohnburv.
Hi-ptidlii-an Count! .omlnutltnix.
T7"IIHItF.AS my wlfi-, Mitr.i llinirv. has Irlt i
11 my hi'd and hoard Mitlnmt jit-t caiioe
or pioTocation. this iti(,'ivc tiotii-o that I shall
pij tin di'hH of hor rotitinothig after thin date.
St. Alliaiis. AiiKiint 0, 1RCS. 22S-:iw
I MATH O' HOX. TitAliDnVti
Later from Mexico.
FOU .SIINATOHK :
15 It A D I. K V n A It L () N
of St. Albans,
it Y A . Jl IT
W1LDIAM 11. HUTCHINSON,
H F. N
FOU ASSISTANT .H'lKtFS:
W A L T iO R C. S T V, V I- N S,
.1 O II N K. "Will TN KX ,
FOR SALE. I
4 l,OT, 1'iiiitaiiii'ii,' One Acre tif cvottiid with j
XV n tii w lion", . h.irn and hIiciIsi, within a
few tnomnitN wall: of the Village of St. Albans, ,
will lu-Mild on li'asonahlr tt'iliiK.
A L'l.oil iiartlt'ii on (he iii'rinlsi'i uitt nluo lu,
Hold (in i tnisilnahlc (rrniH, atidif losiild, iioshi's
fiinn will hr kivui imini'diati'ly.
For pnrlk'iilatM iniptiri' nt ilir Trmifirriiit Of-
! New Auction, Commission,
THE NEWS FROM SONOM,
Seizure of a British Brig,
foh .mnm: of visohath :
M Y R O is AV . 15 A I L
of St. Albans.
FOI! STATU'S ATTOUXHY :
I W I L L AR D V A It It I NO TO
of S(. Albans.
.1 A M
FOIl SHRIMF I'.
k s r. p l
Mr. Scriver's tnnneiy, located a few
miles out of the village of Hemming-j
ford, was burned to the ground on Mon-
day morning of Iat week. The proper- j
ty v.-as well insured. j
Ratuino T5ntii AottnixAiiY". Dm -;
ing Thur.-day afternoon, says the New i
York '.Hindi, a young married woman, i
babe in arms, went in bathing near the '
coal yard of Abner Iteeves, 1 liver street. 1
Newark. There she remained over a 1
quarter of an hour in the water, w here 1
she amused her-elf performing all the i
evolutions knowi to export swimmers, '
and throwing iier Infant some distance
from her diving for it. The babe enjoy- 1
ed the sport hugely. The woman after
having swam with one hand round the !
pond, and the other holding the child.
came on snore, donned her wearing ap
parel and walked home with rosy
cheeks and an elastic step.
Plie last stone of the great bridge
tcross the Mississippi river ii.tr Quinc
Illinois, was laid last week. The bridge
is of iron, renting on 122slone piers and
l ainitmcnis : lias t wo tlotuile or iiivoi-
draw-spans; and, including the em
bankment of lotlO fe"l across f be island,
is nearly 400(1 feel long. II is oniv
ibout one year since the work wasbc-:n.
FOH 11 Kill HAIUFF
.1 r L I US II A L II 15 It
nMiV. 1ADIES .t SI
l.nkc'H Clinrrh will hold
ST OB E
rjltIF I'tidi'iHiKiud hasoprnrd an ani'tion and
.1 Commission stoic
I) I! ! SCO I, LS X KW IliiiX! K .
OX LA KE
Whi rr l.iay hu fnlind :i
of all ilr-riititos a " '
S T It E E T.
laruu S'tnok of (loods
A ('Alt EM V II ALL.
Wednesday Evening, August I2ih.
Ir.i !iv, h.tviiiii foniiril
Fiinls, Uclaiiics, Ctoukcry Plated Uoods, (.ilass
Warr, .Vc. which will ho sold 20 per cent, lower
than at othur ratalilishiucntii in town.
Taljlo I.int'ti, Cimatcr Panes and Diaper
Wile all pnrchasrd at Stewart's in Xnw Vork.
iu'tion sales every Tni'Mlay and Satnrilay
All kiiid.s of lion.-inholtl Roods will be bought,
or taken for hale on i nnilnishion.
Third District Convention,
TIE-NOMINATION OF MR. SMITH.
A nitiii who had been on ti time, bad
imtlill I'.ltllf.l lli.lltllr .111.1 .1 .,i ! Ir l; t 1V1 1..- '
"'"" ......v.. ....... ................... ruvn.j,-
to ucej) it down, was taUen on his
way home with a lorm ol sea-sieknoss.
Wliile balancing himself in a maudlin
eonditon a cat ran between the legs of
the inelirinte, anil the latter, after a
thoughtful and philosophical survey of
the retiring feline, suddenly exclaimed,
"Well, I did'lt 'low that l'd eat any
The International Commercial Con
vent ion at I'ortland. by its harmonious
action upon the subjects brought before
it, lias no doubt contributed in an im
portant degree toward the enlargement
ot internal trade ami the extension ol
business intercourse witli our northern
neighbors. Before the meeting of the
convention some apprehension was felt
II1UI 11 tlllglll llill Ulliiitly (?ivc ll.i m.o
tion to some ncbcino more likely to lien
elit speculators of particular localities
than to forward the general interests of
the community, liut these appreiien
sions were happily quieted when the
committees met for consultation, al
though in one df them (the railroad com
mittee), strenuous ellbrts were made to
commit the convention to the sunnort of
enterprises having only local claims to
consideration, uy suupiy declaring ii'
belf in favor of two nditional railways to
the Pacific, by the shortest practicable
routes, the convention avoided preinti'
ture endorsement of any of the proposed
lines, without duo Investigation ol their
The unanimity ot tho convention up
on tho ouestton ot renewing tne reel
nroeltv treaty witu uanaua was some
what remai'Knuie, mo iceiing in iavor oi
reciprocal tree trado ueing equally strong
among tiio delegates lrom notn coun
tries. This agreeanient ol opinion, and
the evident willingness of the delegates
from tho States to forgot the action of
the people ot thel'rovineesinsympainy
wllh the robellion. nroduccd a. warmth
of good feeling among the Canadian JT
jlolerrotiw M'lili.li iiiilnooil fltom tn lie- I
part from their determination to act as
silent participators in tho convention
and led them to acknowledge, in tne
ttho will exhibit lite amu at. tbn above time and
place. Tlir Public aie invited.
AilimHHion. 20 cents. ;J-7!I
House and Lot for Sale.
V F.I'.SIDK.VCE, e.oiiim' ol Tlioimis and
Fai-'land Htrrets. Tin- be.st nlaen for tin,
price asked, ill this citv. Torn is easv.
fi. W. AlcdOWAN
St. lb.ni'-. Auk. IHliS. 72-1'Jd
T Vi:sii:i aibiiir.Uion. Tube iidinin d, they
a must iiowesi lleanty and Intcliijeiiri?.
Mi'.st eery one lias intelligence, nnd
ALL CAK BE BEAUTIFUL
F. tiHiii" lb" I'APUIAX l.OTl.VX, t' liv its
anil most woinleitiu of all the cn.-imut.' the skin
use all miitlm and frcukles are renin I ho ehiiel;
lii'coinrs oliian and transparent ' lie I aphiim
luse.ite witli tho line of yop'
Lotion can be f"iitid at
0RUG STORE I
And also a
unplnte assortment of all toi-
iiev. anil nfi-.itit 101.... .i
neeihs, ami ery
liooiim or oll'iccj.
I'ollegij liooms ; portsession
Nt. Three ltoonis easv of
pleaMtiil -ilnation for Clnl
...i. .i i ne uriii-lljns -vooil
ariuv, i r,.
.12ao 1 v ""yiiiin pennines.
special to the Tuansoiuit. '
Stowk, Aug. 12.
The Third Congressional District Con
vention met at 11 o'clock, and Hon. Rus
sell S. Tuft, of Uurlington, was chosen
President. Hon. Worthington ,C. Smith,
of St. Albans, was unanimously re-nominated
for Congress, by acclamation.
Hon. George Wilkins, of Stowe, was
nominated for Elector on the first bnl
Iot,,and the nomination wa inadeunani
mous. V. O.
Washing" Aug. 12.
Hon. Thud. Steve'0 "t 1U o'clock
last night at his '-'sidcnce in this city.
Simon Stevei-' haddoua Stevens, jr..
a nepliew -llul housekeeper Mr.
Smith jro at ,1H Ijedsidc, witli Mr.
Patt -011' of tho Interior department.
, , servants oflils household and others
Uu passed away, camlv ,..!
His death has been looked for at ny
tme sinceSunday. Tuesday he remark
ed that he was rapidly sinking. The
calmness and cheerfulness ovideiiec.l l,v
long assneecb wu i.rf i.:
('ran l Isle Count u Jicniiftican
( on ri'iition.
The Union Itepublican voters !
Grand Isle County are requested to
it the Court House in North I' ' ' 1,1
alurday, August M. LStlH, at IV'
A. M., to nominate ti Se'au).r u,m
County tlfiicers for theyeai-'111"1
11. 11. Ki:v.oi.i)3, I ,
.1. H. CHAMnmtM.v r Comniillee.
.1. M. IlAWIiU'AN. '
St. Albans, Aiitf. n, litis.
WJt. N. SMFI'otf
WATER POVER FOIJ.tlll, bl.ht
railli: Snbseriber nllers f.u'i'er. nood Tbim
,i. Watku Pdwi'.ii on Fi.-
mid Tin ee AerennJ hand, iint-bnildingf, Ac.
3a3S3INGG AND DYES :
lu!Viiii !itiu;'wdcr i!oV.s coion,.s T j,
, and m r
Ml. tevetMtjon.lonot M.Vhtobnv
! . . ..
Ko, a t.Mi-Mnry liooij, v.ithKoodbnilihn , ' niU.i stockur pure ii'iiM.s i. i
Ah". I"' ilfltuatcd at liodford, l' . Vernfont, Ulu'v i h U " a"
TI.U inope.'lv ,y stanbridKO Station. Mis- ' 1111 tracts, anil all artic U-l , K'ft
wltlintwo inllipoints for limine in . l'hjsiei.u,h , t,mu.Mil. p,X 1 v 1 1
one.ifthe 1- 1 .ii.rOf-!t,,n'"'lf"'"i'lii,it.iualitv. Ti il H ,',. , .t
trict. ...,... i.uMine at the TRAJfc 'U' 'l-.void by n.me i, St A l,n '"' ""-
. l 01' Uf the pioinii.'ti.r
jodford, 1'. i., Autf.,
on the prcj;)W.
N. F -JO'-t-liw
I, tsns. ...
: hi: cup.iV.
HA1, LOTIililA 1)K L I'm ill be 2C-:
V In tin' drawings tnr 1W.I- ,
I'lllK"I N. lOll!,l.l- ti,..,....
'"id ev, ry thini, :. !. . , ' ' . rH'.Al''!
... 1 1 it I I I
R- DAY. A fir.ATfp
St. Albans, Vt. .)ne. lbfiS.
IWtlfH llnl'l- i'
I'li.i.-rt ii;in'lii (,,'I tliJV,!--I'licu
paid in il' v ...
m.aion tsivmi b tiFOltflK , ;VM. ,
Main St., VjW ",! " '
17.1-ly . - -
FranMin 'nntij Conrniiion.
'rim i).n.ir,.i, ils nnd Conservatives of
i.v.ii.iriin i v.mtv are reuuested to meet
in fnnvi.iifion.'at b'tiirlieltl, Thursday,
August i::tli, at 11 o'clock, a.m., to
nominate candidates for Slate Senators
anil County Ollleers lor ine ensuing
year. A full attendance is requested.
P. (. SKINXF.lt, f'.onitv (l
p. -wtlKB, l'ANT Kit.
.,,,,.111, Shawls, Cm.
P. (5. Skinxf.u, ) (.,
J. 11. Stfffi.i:ii:a:.t, I '
TTTR p'Webs, Cottoiq.': ' ' r"J V'"1' '
' tlin::- lrv vhfflZ f'TW''- !
Vl" involve C I.,-..' ' I One dollar,
iVrniiR twelve .lill. fa" "V wliu-l, we i
,1Cf. Omi llolltir '
Ladies m.l,:i';S,!l;!'lls Aoe...s,
. aniUatlstaet , ft
Sl'llINli STVLU OF OFT )1AT.
WM. X. SMITH .
;.s'.s;a- aha deu yXw,uA
rpiIF. Fall Tcrtii c'oinmi iK'' M .Mon'- "t H'i
1. :JUt MlvO-ear Atwuod. .i n'''"','i
Vt. Flic li-tty, n MiiceeHsfnl tenuVal Dipait-
entr.iireil to taUe cliarL'e ol tie- u rniieip
i V l i
KEN OVA TO It !
v srju: ni-iii; rot.
LmiKH and Liver, and all UJcer
"in titaiK'ous, and Can-
. ' ii.us .iiieuttons. iind
' iimioiis Use
to lour yesterday, WUH remarked by'nll
iTTdn Str"g ,lesire 0,1 ""duv
that tliePres't. mlL'bf ni,uf.,i r..
" """u iiiiiii any
neast.ro oi a character calculated to di
violet. :i all the public tranquility.
Nj:w York, Aug. Ji.
J.ater news from Mexico canm via
ho. distance in tho interior by cither
Mexican or i,,(ii1111u , f
flint v...... f nun enrcii
h if eia Crux, would bo attacked with
' good prospect of being captured. The
the iorlH Tho whole statoof Vera Cru,
was m robellion. -'t.iu.
The Jhltisb hn'g-J5Unico"waseizei
I a yestortlay by the Collector o
me jiort for trat lit- wtt i. i. ........ . .
-nbriro( which is doc,;;;; lyZ
rotary oft ho Treasury tn .. L'
Pertaining to the Unitod . Sn T
penalty i a forfioture of the vessel ami
cargo. Rchoonor Jnh,.m,i r 1
Tbrifi'R'11 1,:ul"l"ah.iSed the J.ar;
m 1110 e carv ..f tlv
mi urraiif;rnieiitwitii tho
J e aware Breakwater with all hands
v..u m nan sicir ritl. ,...n
she woui.i n,,f ; u- w,(iwr.
., j jiuaticipnia.
torn counties; its 11. ul.
,.f oo-.i.i i, " " "w uifain
of 23,j Democratic votes oyer last year
Stevenson's maioritv .m ' Z?"r"
reach ninety tliousad. J iy
Wiiii i Emerald Islo" n,,ni Livernool
'"'.veil last night. She has 87 von "
emigrant as passengers. There wore
J3olj I ojioncl UOj, nowqhout thesame.
To be Cured or W PAY !"
in n-sj), .Hia. UilimiM Com
i'nirrbea and vsent.,iv n
eiirins the Diseases
' HAS Xli i.vwt i i '
iv-lllinini; ail ill- fnliiw. t. ..... .i , 'l
inatoiv ten lei,,-! . .' .V'":f. V",a 'aiu-
A rii'ccis. Tho now steamer which
is to run as a railroad lorry boat, carry
ing carsand passengers to connect travel
on tho Itutluud and Burlington railroad
with tho Plattsburgh and Montreal
railroad, made Its first trip from Bur
lington to Plattsburgh on Monday, the
time occupied being one hour and three
minutes. A Pittsburgh telegram says:
"Hon. J. B. .Page, Governor of Vermont,
was Chief Commander for the occasion,
with ex-Governor TTndorwood and Col
onel Merrll, on his stall. A number of
tho leading citizens of Vermont were on
board. During tho brief stay at Platts
burgh, tho boat was visited by hundreds
of our citizens, and left the wharf amid
loud cheors forthe Oa;csAmcii and Gov
ernor Page. Among the visitors was S. 1
. . , , , iiiiiiiu, u ii in niiv unit; uui-'ji in.- i . ..... x. i-ATT'i
W. l'ostor, Esq., Knowlton, whoar- Vftiu. but there is reason to believe)"'. ( WkbJ
rived by specinl train from M"ontrcal." I like previous conventions of a slml''i' Patent mouuicu .q
u'l.t lloa.d ivith the fainilvtelf lw,al(.u. ine ,,f ,h,. lttu Jim VluM a , , I buiu-U a natural, health" one, "W """ a,"
ftaftir1' 1HlHSOX, , r,io(SS uJedvernvea,Hl
F'syex, Vt.. .Inly It.th, MflMI IMPM-rc ' , S'-rJl'M X
inln ry imid to
t lit Kv h.,. u-h; " . ntroitnei. imr'Pa.
'I'css the AmoH, '..,. F l ,es h,es. Ad-
al;e a UioroiiKJf
... 1...1...14' J
''"to niaiie a un"ni --.uuuiu
lit r.VNTFD.-Aii Ati, County ill bWiuU
The PhtBnteiu u? ifW? ius:"fai'lf--
I IIU i iiuwiii- .
AddrenK t..vn Clinton Co
.i f.iv NoitherilNe.i 'U ?
inniit. - - r
11NG STVLK OV Hlldv II.V'
jpiOlt S ',f,U WM. N. flMlWH-
ttJi.i hiivo wt,.l ,X , . . r1."1 ' "'
cam,, an.l ii.;,.,..!.. '.... ' y 111 "' .vero
IXL'X Colul ,lf u, . .icrintiona't
L W.M. X SBTH &
SI'ltINO STVf.l.'K (l!.- in-i.L. VT
"Hon wff wl'iAMi)":$y
CJHAKJ,.ilU (;,.Uars of all uimhTi
X wjr. X. .SMITH & CO'.'
111 overy sh In nl
WM! X. SMITH a co'
eltiri,!' and Proiirietor,
J'.iiHt Oeortjia, Verinon
., 'olo -Mantilat
iwiu ion 1110111 in iickiiuwiuiikc, in mi: f o TO WM. X. Hall i n
heartiest termsthemagnnnlnuty ofthei', 1-r patent Hhupo Collar,
mtu'H'im DroLuerii. 11 1110 coiiylmuh'
liavo no othor etlect tlian to rest'W U0:"0..1,
kinillv f.-ellny between thn uelLrbbouUK i -L 0UU W,UAU
jieopio. It will not have been hel i1 1
KXND.S ; TltAVKLLlNO I -
X. SMITH k i..iv.
TTAT.S FOU JIOV,S; CAI'w Foil IIOF
" ' . n.uI J H ,V aOS.
1 VOOT1,ara'tWnHor uirkimi,.;
. -- ' M N. SMITH h CO'S.
MISS F. C, APPLETON
el to her Block of ' . ll,U HjmJ,aB "'-tIy add-
Nov and Seasonable Goods
nn.f l.imeH In- n . ,...Vr..S 'A' n,.a,,1('0. ' di xame.
Btylesofhotf, .iiei.ri(ili to the VHHmw
Milliner,, and lVrstt Mu,,lilf
M'o.vuu'H, etc. The ..lwimnoi :
GRAHAM FI nilR
A Superior article of Graham Flour r,,.. t,i
MTVI8 OF PANTS AND VIJST
WM. N. SMITH A- OO'S.
?wa at thopri
- ntrtbo, paHlctdarn,
' BLAf K mm SUr EVKHY KINAT
.. .1. nairi'jf (JO'S.