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Vermont Daily Transcript.
ST. ALT3A.JSTS, VT, -WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1S6S.
PUBLISHED EACH EVENING.
P. Davis, Proprietor and Editor.
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i .VRNES A CROWLEY, Dealers in Groceries
and West Indu Goods of every description,
ffl'iJ Mine:, i.auc aircei. 01. aiubub, iu-
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Counsellor at Law ana solicitor in uuaii
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. Albans, Vt. aw-')"
iAILKV. DAVIS A ADAMS. COUNSEL-
oils AT LAW and Solicitors m Ciiancery.
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ui ii. nltt.r.V. PA UK DAVIS. II. C. ADA JIS.
LAISDLLL.v 1I1M111A.U, Attorneys ai ua-n,
and Solicitor in Chancery, camunuge, t.
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in all kinds of
Block, St. Al
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Family Groceries, Harrow
1 ri'llllt ITI.T. lllivufMtn mill Hill.
coon, Graduato of tho University of er.
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K.TU. Oi 1) llj-Jll.l, AUUrilUVS HI jjiw,
and Solicitors in Chancery. Ouico in iso-
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C. 11EST0N, W. D. WILSON.
C I L M A N, DE.VTISTi Ollico in the
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over Woad and Duren's Drug store,
Albans, Vt. 2-
IJLCIC, ATTORNEV AND C0UN8EL
LOH AT L V . Also Agent fur first
uu fiiiinrr.nf Pnmfifintu ntlI fur OiltuitlilllT
illfr-TH tlJlV. .Vfi.
trirtfi iivtip iviuiuu uriiri-.
A. SOWLKS, Attorney and Couuaollor at
, Law and BoHdtor in Chancery. Oillce over
XClf .VUUbOA'S mi'TUltlfi UAXjIjKUY,
Main, opposite liaui; Street, tit. Albans,
(Untitairn.) Upon all hours of the day,
1 nfti'n. . T. O. ..1UHA11DSON.
kuuue . iiuuuiruM, Attorney ru
Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in Chan-
v. si. Aiua.is. venuoni. umci near tuu roai-
lu.t ITiiil.:..! Ur-ilnu tr?.itiiittlauiftii..t. ininiiu.
uer oi jjeeud lor iuu oiaies ui imjw iuik,
esachusetts, and other Hiatus. Uu will givu
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h which ho may bo entrusted.
S. AiOKWICII, Practical Steam and
. uasr mcr. urasauuiron uuous ui uvurj
locks reuaired. and Uovs fitted, ic.
iiUOCElt, Kiuftuau Block
Albans. Vt. 111!
Main Street, St.
AIIIIAR K1H ITIIKKS. IHflV Ml'll.
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ai 1'oola, whicu wu otfur at a low cash liguiv.
uornur U1K0 ana Alain streets.
t. Albans. March 1G, lBtfl. 1-tf
kuukkt uilAl.YKUU, dealer in Fore
ign and domestic Dry Goods, BooU and
HAllLKtl WYMA.V, dealer in Fine Watch
es. Clocks and Joivelrv. Sterl uu Silver ami
i a i iaLU'1 ii aiu. i a i uj i iiuuiin 11 11 rm t 21
WXT & CO., dealers in Dry Goods
and cl.ui?o Family Grocerieu. Corner ot
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t. C. POST, L. JAKES.
atEMUAN HOUSE, Kichiord, Vt., Jerry 11.
Sweatlaud I'roiirietor. This ilouse is locui-
11 flirt ft.tntrfi nf 1)111 vitlitrrji. iii.itr fhft fiTrifuin
ILL A SAFFORD, Attorneys at Law, aud
holicitors in Cliaucor . Ofiice. Lake Street
Albans Vt. d52Aw2J4-tf.
J. Hill G.A. .Satkoud.
AVID CitAiVFORD, Book Binder and
Blank Book Manufacturer,
mrmnn Klnilr. Sr. A marts. Vt..
the must costly, and all done in a thorough
rnopuiETou of tuc
ST. A1BANS, VT.
R. ri.ri. CLARK has removed to Houth Main
htrtiet. Othco at his reside
si. Albans, t Slav. 2. lM'.C
HORACE P. HALL. M. D.
CLato or tuu Army, ic.,)
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leiuiucu in oi. Aiuaus. aim mav uo lounu
for tho proseut at tho American Hotol.
rt irillil r 11 fftoiiti mi 1111 1 il tnlln
Hunerior article of Graham Flour, for sale
1ia .tnni r 111 kvksi .t- niinvvr vv
d33-tf Lake Street.
1 irii r 1 1 11 TiiAXTrxr
Y buying the new Patent Plated Spoons and
seo lueui ai ituuiinctou wesi aiuo aiuip
O to WM. N.SMITH, A CO's for good Cloth
Trnn()XT CKNTIIAL AXD St'l.LiVA.
OommouoinB Sept. 14, 1803.
TltAINS U01S0 SOUTH ANt KANT
Leave St. Albans at C.2) a. m., 12.1 ) noon,
and 8;00 u. in.
Mall Train IcftTes House's To nt at 4:10 a. m.,
receives passengers from OKdensburfih It. It.,
and connects at Whito Hiver Junction and Bel
lowr Falls with trains fol lloston, Worcester,
SpriiiKfleld, and with trains on Tassumpsic It.
It., at lives at New York at 10.45 p. m.
Day Express leaves Muuireal at 8;40 a. m., Ht.
Johns at 10:(K) a. m., OKdeiivhureh at 5-:)0 a. ui.,
House's Point at 10:45 a. 111., for Boston, Ac, ar
riving in Biwtoi: ia. Lowell at 10:301). ru.
Nielit Express leaves OKdenbui;h at 1.00 p.
in.. Mniitipdliit H:30 n. 111.. House's Point at 11.85
p. 111., St. Johns at 5:00 p. ni., arriving at Boston
at 8.40 a. m., connecting at Bellows Falls with
Cheshire Itoad for Boston and Worcester and
with Vermont Valley ltailroad for Springfield, Ac,
and arriving in NewYork at 12.30 p. ui.
TIIA1NS O01SO M011TU AND WEST.
Leave St. Albans for Montreal at 0:10 a. ni..
and C:3o p. in. For Houhc's Point, Ogdensburgh
and tho West at 0:03 and 11:00 a. in., and (i.30
' l)av I'xpress leaven Boston via. Lowell 8.0.) a,
111. for Burlington, St. Albans, Montreal. Ve.
arriving at Montroal at 10:0 1 p. ni., 'gdeiisburch
at 12:30 a. ni.. making cloae connection with tho
train for the West.
Mail Train leaves Boston via Lowell, at 7:01
a. tn., via Lawrence and Fitchburg At 7.30 a.m..
Springfield at 7:45 a. m.. for Burlington, and
Tho trains" leaving Boston via. Fitchburg at
7:30 a. in., and Sprinuiiold at 7:43 s. tn., connect
at Whito Hivcr Junction with tho Diy Express
Accommodation Trait' leaves Northfleld at
7:45 a. 111., for Burlington, Hutlaiid, St. Albans,
House's Point, Ogendesburgh, Ac.
Night Express leaves Bellows Falls at 10.00 p,
iti.. receiving passengers from Vermont Valley
ltailroad, leaving Now York at 12.15 p. in., and
from Cheshire ltailroad, leaving Boston at 5:30
p. m., connecting at Whito Hiver Junction with
(rain leaving Boston at 5:lK) p. in., for Burling,
ton, House's Point, Montreal and Ogdensburgh,
contacting with steamers audGrand Trunk
Trains for theWeat.
Sleeping cars aro attached to both the night
Express trains running between St. Albans au
Boston, and St. Albans and Springfield.
Through tickets for Chicago and tho West foi
sale at the principal stations.
U. MERRILL, Sup. 2
Bt.AiuanB. Sept. 14, 1808.
UtLaND AND BimLlXaTON AND VT
On and after Dec. 2d, 18C7, trains will rni
as follows, viz :
MOVING ROUTU AND KAST.
Loavo BurlLigton at 8:30 a. m., 1:35 p. m. 3:3C
0;45 p. 111. Arrive at Rutland at 11:25 a. m., 4:11
p. m. 8:00 a. 111. 12.50 a. m.
Leave Rutland at 4:00 a. m., 12:00 m. Arrht
Hollows Falls at 7:40 and 2:20 p. in., A 3:25 a.
Leave Bellows Falls at 7.50 a. m.. 2:25 p. m.
3:30 a m. Arrivo at Bratt.eboro' at 8:50 a. in.,
J:20 p. 111., 4:27 a. m.
MOV1J.-Q .SOUTH AND WEST.
Leave Brattloboro' at 11:00 a. m., 4:45 A 9:00 r.
m. Arrivo at Bellows falls at 12:00 1. ui., aud
5:10 and 0:55 p. m.
Leave Bellows Falls at 12.35 p. m., 5:15 p. 111
10.00 p. 111. Arrive at Rutland at 3:10 p. m.,
0:00 p. in. 12:35 a. ui.
Leave Rutland at 0.00 a. m., 1.20 p. m.. 3.20
p. m. 1:30 a. m. Arrivo at Burlington at 0:45 a.
in., 4:25 p. 111., and 0.15 p. 111. 4.15 a. in.
TRAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS :
tfT At Burliiigton ivith Boats on Lake Cham
plain and Veriuuiu Central and Vermont and
Canada Railroads, for Montpclier, St. Albans,
Rouse's Point, Montroal, Ogdensburgh, aud the
West. At Rutland with trains for Troy, Albauv
and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schuiicctady,
aud the West. At Bellow. l''alls with trains on
Cheshire Railroad for Fitchburgh, Worcofter,
Lowell, and Boston. With Vt. V alley Railroad,
for Brattleooro , Springfield, Uarttord, .Nuw Ha
ven, mid New York aud with Sullivan Railroad
tor Windsor, Whito River Junction, Wolls River,
St. Johusbury, Newport, Littleton, mid tho
Passenguru for the West will find this a cheap,
pleasant, aud expeditious routo.
FOR TICKETci, aud all necessary information
cmiuire at tUo Oilices on tho line.
w-tf. GEO. A. MERRILL. Sunt.
WINTER ABEAM UEMENr-1804-5.
On and after Monday, Nov. 11. 18GI, Passengei
fraina will run as follows :
Day Express Train luves Concord a' 9.33 a.
., lor WhUe River Junction, connecting with
trains lor Moutpeiier. isuruugtou, ituuse a roitu,
Montreal, Ao., and with Ogdensburgh and Grand
IruiiK Kailroaus, tor lue west.
MaU Train leaves concord at '1U.45 a. m., I ji
Whito River Junction, connecting with train 101
Wells River, St. Johusbury, Barton, Newport,
Willuughby aud Magog Lakes, htausiead, ilatli,
Littleton, aud Lancaster; alsu, with trains foi
.Moutvelier. Burliimtuu. St. Albans, Rouse's Point,
Muutrula, Ogdensburgh, and the West.
liristol iram leaves uoucoru at j.uu p. in., 101
Fraukhu and Bristol.
Evening Express Train leavos Concord at 8.1!
111., for Whito Hiver Junction, connecting with
trains lor Jiloiitpcuer, liurliugton, St. Albans,
Rouse'n Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, aud the
Or on arrival of trains from Boston, w orcester.
Portsmouth, Portland, Ac.
Morniuir Express Tram leaves Whito Hivei
Juuetiou lor Concord at 1.15 a. m., or on arrival
of train from Ogdensburgh and Montreal. On
Alouuays at ii.io insteau 01 l.io.
Bristol Train leaves Bristol for Concord at t
in., aud Franklin at 9.12 a. in.
Mail Train leaves White River Junction foi
Concord at 12.15 p. ni., or on arrival of traiut
over the Vermont Central, Passumpsic, aud
White .Mountains Railroads.
Day Express Train loaves Whito River Junc
tion at 4.58 I), m.. or on arrival of trams from
Montreal and Ogdensburgh, Brattloboro', Keenc,
Hollows Falls, Windsor, Ac connecting at Con
cord with train for Manchester. Nashua, Lowell
These trains connect at Conuuru with trains
for Manchester. Lawrence, Portsmouth, Port
laud, Nashua, Worcester. Now York, Lowell, aiir
Boston. ursHLUV, Mr&AUIS, Agent.
Concord. N. H. Nov. 10. 1801. w-tf.
TUE ST. ALBANS BRIGADE BAND
Aro prepared to furnish rauiic for
And on other occasions where Band and String
Music is required.
Orden addrosaed to
GEORQ-E E. KINSLEY,
W. H. SMITH,
At the Ticmont House, will receive prompt at
foad CpIr tbvir (took U all iwvr,
Morton & Percy's,
PIVOT ACTION BRACE !
A superior StiBpender for Skirts or Pants I An
unequaled brace for tho Shoulders. AlwayB a
Suspender. A brace or not at pleasnie. Itt.
sinipliuity, durability, ease and convenience
commend it to every Lady, Gentleman, or Yo.ith.
Examine for vourself, and bo convinced that all
herein stated" is true. Prices, 75 cents, $1 00,
25, il 50. ll-tf
MORTON & PERCY !
Having bought of G. W. Blodgott his new ana
entire stock of
Feci satisfied in saying to tho public that they
can sell goods as low as can be bought in Frank
lin County. All wo ask is to have customers
come in, and satisfy themselves, before pur
chasing elsewhere. We Inn e, and aro 1 eeeiving,
all tho new stylos from market, consisting or
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Of endless varieties, and a large and well delected
Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats
Which we will sell low for cash. Wo have the
largest assortment of
HATS AND CAPS
To be found'iu Northern Vermont. If you dou't
believe it. eall and seo for yourselves. Om
Clothing is New and Desirable, consisting of
Boys' and Youths' Clothing,
We have a few Winter Over Coats left, that
fve will sell at a big discount from cost, for cash
Itemember the place, two doors West or tke
.unci'icau tiouse, iiAKO street.
MORTON A PERCY.
Hk.mhy G. Moutos. Ai.iieiit N. Pkkcy.
ld-tf Formerly with Win. N. Smith .S: Co
1"NSIIKA.X'E. The undersnrued will take
JL risks for either of the following first clasK
Insurance companies: ,
Home Insurance Company
OF NEW HAVEN
Capital Stock. 81,000,000
International of New Yorl
Fire aud Marine of Springfield.
Capital Stoolc. S.IOO. )()).
National Insurance Company,
Insure against Fire and Mariue Risks. Not ex
cecding 30,000 ou anv one Risk.
Each of the above am its of Stock paid in.
M. RUCK, Agent,
Office ovor Weeks utoro, St. Albans, Vt.
Nov. 1st, 18lifi. 14-tf,
ASAHEL S. UVDS,
DEALER IV XXL KINDS OF
First Class Groceries ! !
PARHOW BLOCK, ST. ALBANS, VT,
Consisting in part of
NEAT AND NEW !
IN ST. ALSAM3.
Store en Lake Street,
GREENE & NICHOLS.
The undersigned having nicely fitted up tho
store in the American House lilock, on Lake
St., and stocked it with a ohoico nssortuumt of
DRVaS AXD MEDICINES !
Respectfully solicit a share of the patronage of
this community, feeling euro that they can givo
satisfaction in goods aud prices. Our stock
ocu htocu or
Is complete, consisting in all the apprnvod va
rieties, and our general stock includes all goods
usually kept in a store of this kind. Headquar
ters for the
A. B. A. BITTERS,
Ono of the best Spring Medicines in tho mar
ket. Physicians ordjrs solicited, and carefully
and promptly filled. In quality nnd price we
guaranti-e to satisfy alt who favor iw with their
Store open on Sundays at noon, for supplying
Is a practicing Physiciau in regular standing,
mm hi. 1 attend to ail proiessionai cans, lie
member the piuce, under tho American House,
LaKo btreet, tn. Aloans.
dl-tt U1U:E .V .MUlltlM.
WARD 6C BURNES,
Dealers in alll kinds of
LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS,
First door above the St. Albans House, koei
cuustautly on baud a full assortment of
Of all kinds;
And all sorts f articles usually kept in bushiest-
of their kind. Highest rash price paid for al
kinds of country Produce.
GIVE US A CALL.
WARD A RUltNES.
Goldsmith & Seavey,
GENERAL INSUIUNCE AGENTS,
NORTH MAIN St., ST. ALBANS, Vt.
Life, Fire, Inland and Accidental
Insurance effected in Reliable
Loises equitably adjusted and Prompt
OUR RULERS &. OUR RIGHTS.
A Timely New Work by
AGENTS WANTED 1
m II E Book for Airents. Old and Youncr.
X Learned and Unlearned noed it constantly,
All take it roadilv. as the orico suits tho times.
It has no competitor. Ia finely Illustrated with
The best chance yet ottered for men and wo
men to make money without risk. Send for
terms. Extra inducements given. Secure first
choice of field.
PAItMELKE & CO,
Publishers, 733 Samoni tit., Philadelphia, Pa
Elilm II. Huntington,
SUCCESSOR TO A. It. MUNYAX.
4 SKS attention to the following partial list of
X ai tides, which I will so.l at the lowest rates
Howard, Tremo' t, Millrose. and all the differ
ent gra les of Wiiltliam, National, and Unit
ed States Co's Watches. A large assort
ment of Gold and Silver American
Cili;n, of the best styles. Also,
Gold nnd Silver Swiss Watches.
Ladies' Gold Hunting Watches, American and
H.viss. The litest im.l best p Uterus of Gold,
Plated and Silver Chains, Fine Gold and
Plated .Towclry of nil description,. A
gp.endid assortment of Ladies'
FINE GOLD SETS,
l'trnt-cmi, Coral, Garnet, Ac. Ac. Gent lemons'
Pius. Masonic Pins mid Rings. Diamond,
iMueraiu, iiuuy, Ainuiuysto, I'o.m and
uarnet 1'ingi r mugs, 1H lit. I'laln
Rings, Gold Bracelets, Silver
Plated Spoons and Forks,
Extra and Treble Piate. Tea sets, Castora, Cake
ii.isi.uts, ases, ..-c, .vc. uoin hiivernpoons,
Thimbles, Ac. A very large slock of
Gold and Steel Spectacles, evorv pair
sold warranted to suit. Pocket
Knives, Shears and Scissors of tho 1st iiuaiity,
I shall receive from day to day now stvlos of
Jowolry. Silver and Plated Ware, which I will
sell at the lowest market rates.
ftTT Wit tell repairing and encravmtr done
12, C. GALLAlt, Proprietor.
" have recently refitted my marl
. supplied with the best of
Siiiokcil lire f
Table Delicacies of the Season !
Now on hand, a nico lot of
SUGAR CURED HAMS
FRES II IP X S II
M. Albans, May 15, 1808.
HiiiKH admiration, lo bo admired, thov
must possess Beauty aud lute.lmeuce.
.uu.it every ono has intelligence, and
ALL CAN BE BEAUTIFUL
lly using tho PAPII1AN LOTIAN, the latest
uid most wonderful of all the coimetics. By its
iho all moths and freckles are removed, thu skin
.lecomes clean and transparent, and the cheek
roseate uitli tlio liuu of youth. The Puphian
Lotion can bo found at
THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE!
nd also a moat complete assortment of all toi-
,et articles. Tho new and tragratit Klor !
lluyo, and the dehcuiii5 wood violet, aud al.
ither choice aud fragraui perfumes.
HAIR DHE5SINOS AND DYE 3 :
Puff and Powder Boxes, Colognes, Toilet Soaps.
Teeth ashes and Powders. Brushes: such as
Hair, leeth, Nail, Infant, Ac, Ac.
Call and see the beautiful necessities aud lux
uries for tho toilet uvou if you do not wish to buy
As full a stock of pure Drugs as can bo found in
tho State of Vermont, together with Hesinoids.
Fluid Extracts, and all articles required in u
Physicians or domestic practice. Warranted
pure and of first quality. This store will be uu
Jcrtiold by none in tit. Albans.
trusses, Shoulder Braces, Supporters, Ac,
and every thing kept in a well regulated
S. R. DAY, AGENT.
St. Albans. Vt. June. 18C9.
I'liconix Mutual Life lnsurauco Co.,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
A favorablo opportunity is presented to ener
getic and reliable business men who can devute
their entire time to the business, to represent
this old. staunch, aud most successful Lite Com
uaiiv. in unoccupied territory in tho State oi
Vermont. Tho many popular features peculiar
to tuu i'liccnix Annual, ami 1110 great advantages
it offers to tho insuring public its freedom trotu
restrictions on travel aud occupation -its lion
forfeitublo policiesits liberal premium system
the economy of the muting me lit, and its largo
annual dividends, render it the most profitable
Com any to Agents desirous of realizing a hand
jomo competency by their enterprise and. ener
gy. Apply to C. L. B.VJ1CO0K,
Htatb Agent Phoenix. Mutual Life Ins, "o,
dU-tf Union Block, Rutland, Vt.
ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868,
Will ri;n from St. Album to Sheldon, as fol
Leavo St. Albans every day at 3 o'clock
Arrive at Sheldon at 1 o'clock p. m.
Leave Sheldon at 8 o'clock a. m. Arrive at St.
Albans at 10 o'clock a. tn.
II. JE.VNISON, Proprietor,
St. Albans. May 25th, 1808. dlS-tt
i.ULL Suits in largo variety
a W..N. SMITH, ACQ'S,
Fun fov tlir Campaign.
The great mil' Seymour knocked out of
timehh backers looacfaith, but re
June to give up s'akca or belt Grant
to fight the "great unknown,9'
Tl o nolitioul contest this fall bonrs a
strll i ir resemblance to that between
Alll c Mcuoo and Aaron Jones In their
late mill near Cincinnati. Jones rcpie
ecntcd the Now York plug-uglies and
Eastern "fancies;" McCool the St.
Louis I misers and Western "snorts."
Seymour thochatnpViof tho Eastern
copperheads. His trains, were Sam
Tildeti and Munton Marble, Belmont
bottle-holder, and Frank lllalr and
Wade Hampton his seconds in tho ring",
who arc hot and impetuous and want
the fiphtinjj: forced. Grant is the Wes
tern champion of tho Republicans.Stan
ton rind Wasbburnc trainers, A. T.
Stewart bottli!-hohler and Colfax and
Wade seconds in tho ruifr, who are cool
and experienced, and tell their princi
pal to stand squarely on his platform
and when he gets his opponent in
chancery to pummel him well, Uncle
Sam umpire. Roth incii toss their beav
ers into thu ring, and on a call of time,
too the scratch.
Round 1. (Fought in Vermont.)
Grant put out his left hand as a feeler.
Soy mo ir struck a spltul'ul blow, but was
far "out of distance." Grar.t returned
it wi h his rltrht, Rattening Seymour's
"smeller." First blood for Grant, and
loud cheers from his friends.
Round 2, (Fought in Maine.) A blow
from Grant's "left duke" caught Sey
mour on the "potato trap," knocking
a mouthful down his throat, and leav
ing the "Utlca kid" sprawling on tho
grass with his heels in the air. Tho
blow was ncaru all over the Held. Tre
mendous cheers fiom tho Western boyg,
anu oners 10 oet two to one auu a lew
Round 3, (Fought in Colorado.
Slight exchanges on both sides. Sey
mour went to grass to avoid punisu
ment. Cheers tiom the Grant men.
Round 4, (Fought In Nebraska.)
Roth parties wary and watching for an
opening, when Grant g-'ts in a nice lick
on the ribs. Seymour down. More
cheers from the Western crowd,
Round 5. Terrillc lighting (in Indi
ana); blows given and taken in quick
succession, ihe m cctators hold their
breath; olFerstobet that Seymour wins
the round, which are snapped up in
the "twinkling tf a bed post;" the
combatants clinch aud, titter a severe
struggle, Grantthrows hisinun aud falls
Heavily ou mm. liotn men cut and
bloody, but Seymour has one "optic"
Round 0. Time called; Grant com
ing upBtnllling; Seymour looks faint
and glum : Grant fores all the lighting
(in Ohio) and drives his antagonist on
the lopca, where he gets his head in
chancery and "mashes his mug;" Sey
mour slips down awfully mauled in this
round. Terrillc cheering lor Grant.
Five to one oH'ured and lew takers. Sey
nuur sits on his second's knee, and is
well sponged by his backers, and told to
"go in and win" in Pennsylvania.
Round 7 and last. Boai men go at
each other with vigor, striking tremen
dous blows. Seymour strikes under the
belt (Puilauclpuiti) ; cries of foul, but
not allowed. Great excitement. Grant
gives him a heavy lick from Lancaster
on the fciiiellert and gets one nearly as
heavy on the ribs for Rorks ; hard fight
ing on both sidej, when Gra it, seeing
an opening, plants an awful blow, for
Alleghany, with his manly, on Sey
moi r's nbs, doubling him up and
km ck ng him through the ropes about
a rod. '1 lie Comierhcad here lay quiver
ing on the grass, tho b.eatli punched
out of his body, h-s face a ghastly livid
l.u j. jno eiious oi nts oacuersor bottle-
holders cou.d revive him before time"
was called, when his second threw up
the sponge, in token of dcleat. When
the poor ioiii.w came to, lie looked
wildly about him, spit blood profusely.
and asked, "Where am I ? Did a horto
kick me, or a locomotive run over mo ?
What is the matter with me ?"
Tho last. Pennsylvania, round was
very scientifically fought on both sides,
but Grant exhibited the most muscle,
struck straiulit fioni the shoulder, and
knocked his opneuont out of time in
that Alleghany blow. When the fight
was over, Grant seemed to bo just get
ting his "second wind," and appeared
asf.eshand powerful as when ho en
tered tun ring. It was apparent that
Seymour could not endure punishment,
nor stay in tho ropes.
Rut now comes thu most singular part
of this ali'air. The men had been previ
ously mutched for a final contest lor tLo
champion belt of the United States, to
take place on tho 3rd of November.
Tho first mill was for some large
stakes that their friends had up, aud
was only regarded in the light of a pn
liminury meeting that might indicate,
perhaps to the knowing ones, which was
tho "best man." It was a sort of prac
tice about, iutended to develop muscle,
try wind, and ascertain who was tha
hardest hitter and had tho most science,
preparatory to th grand mill to como
oil on the 3rd proximo for tho prize belt,
a big chair, and a Whito liouso. Rutto
thu ustunishmei.t of everybody, Sey
mour's trainers, n few days after the
light, announce that their man is with
drawn, und won't see more of Grant
within tho ropes. They refuse to givo
up either tho stakes or belt, and Insist
that Grant must fight tho " groat un
known." They havoladt ftvith entirely
in their man, and deolaro that he ia too
light weight, and has neither wind,
scloiico, nqr ''-staying " qualities, and
they shnU not Hjln him against tho
t' Western Giant,"
Grant's baokors tako It very coolly.
They say to tho other fellowa, " Do as
you like, gentlemen ; bring on your
man. It ma. tea no sort of difference to
us who he is, whc.her he is heavy or
light weight, or where you find him,
Our man will whip him out of his boots,
a.id we will double tho bets on It. Play
o.- pay.'1 Chicago Tribune.
It is calculated that thirty-five thous
and huts wero Let on tho result of tho