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VEBMONT AT.LY TEA NS C23IP T, EOEMBEE 15, 1868.
Vormont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALBANS, VT.
TUKHDAY, DKCEMlIKIl 15, 1R0S.
ATiiuvAt, or rAssrxunn tiiains. ,
Fr mi Iho South and Enst, 5,43 a. m., 11,15 a.m
C,35 p. in., 8,l'l )i. in. ,....
From Round's Point and Went, 7,20 a. in., 11,
60 a. m.. CfiO p. m. ,
From Montreal, 11 -15 a. m., C 15 p. m.
ucrAitTtmc or rAsar.N(ir.n tuai.nb.
For the South and East, 0 20, a. m., 12 0 m.,
7 20 p. m.
For Rouso's Point and West, 005 a. m. 2 15
For Montreal, C 10 a. m., C 53 p. in.
uaii.t AitnivAi, or HTAuns at bt. alhanh.
From Saeetsburgh and Franklin, 700 p. m.
From ltlclifmd and Sheldon, 500 p. ni.
From Sheldon, 10 00 a. m.
From ltakcrsflcld, 11 00 a. m.
I1A1LY DCPABTURK Or ST AO ES Fl'.OJt ST. ALUAN.
For Franklin and Sweotslmrgli, 7 00 a. m.
For Sheldon and nii'hford, H ;?0 a. m.
Ftr Sheldon, 2 00 p. m.
Forllakersllcld, 1 00 p. in.
Stages call at tho several hotels hi town. ttai;o
offices at tho Trcniont JIoukc.
closing or THE MAILS.
Mails lor Now York closo at 5 00 a. m. and 7 00
JlailB for Boston close at 0 a. m. and C30 p.m.
MaiiB for Albany and the West clou) at 5U0a.m
Mails for Canada eloo at 0 1 0 a.m.
Southern and Northern way mail cIoko st 5 00
THH Y. M. C . meets overy Monday evening
at their rooms over Win. X. Smith's Store,
Ohaniplnin Chapter No. 1, It. A. M. meets the
third Wednesday evening in each month, at
their hall in Wheeler's block, Main Street.
Columbus Council No. 1, Jt. .V S. M. meets the
second Wednosdav evening in each month, t
their hall in Wheeler's IJlock.
Franklin Lodge No. 4, F. .V A. M., meeta the
first UVducsdiiv'oveiiiiig in each month at their
hall m Union lilock, Main Street.
Englcsby Lodge No. 81 F. & A.M. meets the
fourth Wednesday evening in each month, at
their hall in Union lilock. Main Street.
Crystal-Fountain, Templo of Honor No. 4 niceU
everv Tuesday evening at their Hall in Humes
lilock, Lake Street.
St. Albans Lodge No 32. I. O. or O. T. meets
evciv Fridav evening at their Hall in Dailies
Rising Sun Lo ige No. 8 I. O. ofG. T. mvcln
very Saturday evening, at St. Albans Day.
St. John the Baptist Benevolent Society (Ca
nadian) meets on the first and third Wednesday
evening of each month at their hall over 12. 11
Ti A1 vt-i't irrs.Tho Vehmost Daily Tkans
OHll'T has tlio largest circulation in St. Albans
and in Frauklin County, of any daily paper, artd
is on that account, if no other, tho host medium
Our Daily. Those wishing to secure
copies of our daily paper can do so at
Merrifield's and Baker's bookstores, as
well as of carriers, and at the ofllcc.
Copies of our weekly paper may also be
had at these places.
Buituii Markkt. Tuesday, Dee, 15.
The prices of butter to-day ha . e ranged
from 35 to 41 cents per pound. Extra
lots have sold for two and three cents
more. Tho amount shipped was 000
1'aiu and Festival. On Monday
eVeniiig, of next week, the ladies of the
Congregational Church and Society,
Will hold a Fair and Festival in tho
basement roo rs of tho church, and we
doubt not it will lie a vory pleasant oc
casion. An .advertisement in another
column tells cur readers what the ladies
will offer lor sale. Now you men cf
"stamps" see that tho ladies are liberal
- - -1 - -
The Welden House was, on Mon
day, closed for the winter. The work
of repairs will commence at an early
The Academy. Mr. Taylor lias in
vited the several schools in the District
to be .present to-morrow afternoon at
the " Wednesday afternoon exercises "
of the Academy schools. Undoubtedly
there will bo an interesting time.
None others are invited.
We arc informed that the tickets are
now being circulated for the afternoon
and evening exhibitions to occur at the
close of tho school on Tuesday next.
Tickets Soots ; Reserved seats, 50 cents,
KOd .or one admission only.
Something nei f r Christmas, at II.
L. Samscn & Co's. Toys of all kinds
Largo slock of confectionery whole
Bale and retail. Splendid stock of meer
uchauui pipes, remember.
You -will find at the Lalte St. Drue
Storo a full assortment of fancy goods
for the holidays.
Clothing, etc. It not unfrequentlv
happens that some article of wearing ap
parel makes tho most appropriate and
acceptable of presents ; and therefore it
is that wo call tho attention of our read
ers in search of Holiday gifts to the
clothing stores in our village. Messrs.
Win. N. Smith & Co., who occupy one
o tho handsomest stores in St. Albans.
keep a large and carefully selected stock
of ready made clothing and furnishing
goods, which is being sold at prices to
correspond with tho times. Tho same
may bo-said of Louis Me. D. Smith, who
has possession of tho weli arranged store
Noith Main Street, where the ready
made clothing business was first estab
lished in St. Albaus to any great extent.
Lust, but not least, we would mention
the firm of Morton & Percy who carry
on tne business in an us branches on
Strange Indeed it would bo if the most
fuitld'ous cannot find at these place?
something (hat would exactly suit tho
friend whom they del ire to remember
on Clirlstmiis or New YearV Dny.
Something new for Christmas, at II.
li. Samson & Co's. Toys of all kinds.
Large stock of confectionery wholesale
and ictnil. Splendid stock of meer
schaum pipe?, remember.
Uasket Perfumes, a nice present for
the Holidays, at Greene and Nichols,
No. 1, Lake St.
A Pleasant ENTuitTAiNMKNT.-The
M. E. Sunday School of Swanton, is to
have an Anniversary and Christmas
Tree on Christmas Eve. The anni
versary will consist or tinging by the
choir and school, recitalions and dia
logues, affording an instructive and
pleasing entertainment. The admis
sion for adults 25 cents; children, not
scholars, 15 cent1. The avails are for
the purpose of replenishing tho Sunday
Munur field poetically and trutiiful-
ly tells the reader of the Transcript
v.f the numerous articles he has for sale.
Read his poetry and then go and see.
So.METirNO new for Christinas, at II.
. Samson & Co's. Toys of all kinds.
Large stock of confectionery wholesale
and retail. Splendid stock ( f niesr
schaum pipes, remember.
Old Santa Clans Mid
at Greene and Nichols,
No. 1, Lake St.
Ouu Hotels. The closing of the
Wel,l en House for enlarg6ment does not
leave r.t. Albans Without good hotel ac
commodations. Far from it. Tho Amer
ican House kept by Mr. Hiiimi Pierce,
the St. Albans House kept by Messrs.
Rice and Olmstead, and the Tremont
House, by S. L. Mann afford as ample
accommodations for man and beast as
most towns of the size of St. Albans
have, 'iho St. Albans House was not
long since enlarged and can comfortably
take care of double the number of guests
that it could before. Mr. Joseph Oborn
Is still the obliging clerk of the St. Al
bans and pet forma Lis duty in the most
That Pile of br7.nr, Aiain!
Editor of tiik Transcript. A cor
respondent in your yesterday's issue very
properly asks how much longer that
pile of stone is to remain on the west
side of the Park. Hundreds of others
have asked themselves the same ques
tion, and would like to see it removed
tvherc it would not be likely to endan
ger life and limb.
Something new for Christmas, at H.
L. Samson & Co's. Toys of all kinds.
Large stock of confectionery wholesale
and retail. Splendid stock of meer
schaum pipes, icmember.
Richmond. Mrs. Charles Hunting
ton broke her arm a few days by a fall in
Uzel Whiteomb has bought the Vin
cent Manuel farm for $10,000.
Patrick Ilenly has sold his house and
and lot to Thomas McGinness of Jeri
cho, for $1700, and purchased Mr. Mc
Ginness' farm for i?13,000. Free Press.
Deputies. Sheriff Place has ap
pointed tho following additional Depu
II. B. Ladd, Enosburgh ; W. N. Peck
ham, Sheldon; John 11. Smith, Rich
ford; Washington Chail'ee, Bcikshire;
A. S. Samson, Montgomery.
Bartholomew St. Clair.
Editor Transcript :
1 wish (o inquire whether "Bartholo
mew" is a genuine correspondent ot
your paper, or a myth. I sometimes
think he is.
Daniel's M.cniNE Company, of
Woodstock, have on their pay roll nine
teen hands, and they are a month or six
weeks behind their orders.
Somethino row for Christmas, at II.
L. Samson & Co's. Toys of all kind?.
Large stock of conluctioncry wholes? lo
and retail. SplcnaM stock of me.-:-schaum
If you would
increase your busiuets,
The Fire at Rutland.
The Herald has full particulars of the
firB in Rutland on Saturday night
About 8 o'clock n fire was discovered in
tho barn connected with tho Union
House, but was put out without tho aid
of the I'iro Department. Three hours
later the Machine shop whistle announ
ced another fire. Upon examination it
was found that two fires were in progress
one upon the East and the other upon
the West side of Main Street. Tho flro
on the East side of the Street was set in
the loft of tho second storry of tho barn
owned by Mr. Olmstead. Mr. Harry
Adams who occupied tho next house
north of Mr. Olmstead, and whoso barn
stood near that of Mr. Olmstead, lost his
bar., and the eh part of his dwell iug
. On tho West nidcof the Street the flroi
was ilrst discovered in the barn belong
ing to J. J. It. Randall, which was con
suihedas well as the ell part of his liouec.
The lire from Mr. Randall's barn com
municated with the Town Hall, which
was toon enveloped in Humes and was
entirely consume '. Mrs. Huntoon's in
surance upon first story and basement is
$1,000. Losj, over insurance, 2,0(X).
The town 3f Rutland lostonthu remain
ing story and a-half about $2,00. Mr. T.
! S. Gilson' had ulnut 75,000 feel of walnut
butternut, and white wood lumber,
which lie had stored in the building Mr
Gihon's loss cannot be less than $5,000.
Mr Daniel Vcrdet, also, was a consider
able loser on goods stoicd in the base
ment of the Town Hall.
The firemen, seeing there was no pros
pect of saving the Town Hall, turned
their attention to the building on the
west, owned by Mr. George A. Tuttlc,
and succeeded in preventing the tlanies
communicating to it.
The Herald says of the (ire :
No fire among the many which have
occurred in our midst has to thoroughly
awakened the people lo a seme of alarm
as the one of Saturday night. The fact,
so patent to all, time tne incendiary's
torch was tuo cause of this destructive
conllagration ; also that three fires ot tho
same ohiuactor should occur the same
night, and twoot them at the same hour
aud the lact, from all iho circumstances,
that it was piemeditated, and ail belong
ing lo one cliai.:, nidie.iies a depravity
ana hardiho.d existing in our m Ids t
which sliouid no longer be allowed willi
o ill u determined eil'ort o.i ttie p.irl ot
the officers ot the village aud town lo
take such measured as will bring the
guilty parties to i unialiment. Tiiore is
coining .o be a general leeiing of nise
cthity, which ought to annuo sohic one,
somcivhcrc, to vigilant action in tins
matter. Tho bei lire department and
steam fire engines cannot prevent the
incendiary's torch, but auiuonties and
the pcopie united can uukc an alt jrt to
put a stop n tins en i.e. shall an effort
be made, or shall wo supinely sit idle, or
be so engrossed, each one in His own ul
lairs anu the accumulation of dollar
and cents, as to care uotliiug for the
proteet.on of our lives i.nd property.
One actress in Paris wears $80,000
worth of diamonds. Another has just
bougnt a house worth $300,000.
Something new for Christmas at II.
L. Samson & Co's. Toys of all kinds.
Large stock of confectionery whole
sale and retail. Splendid stock of meer
schaum pipes, remember.
..i-tuy years ago the writer of this
..otico and an -invalid physician, while
.sing tlir Island of St. Croix for t eir
.lealtli, cxpcr.cn ..ed and N witnessed
many surprising and beneficial effects
ot the Rum there produced upon many
of the invalids who were, like ourselves
seeking heal ill, and upon inquiry and
investigation, obtained a full History of
its meuicinal virtues. He was delight
ed and mi ''prised, and determined it the
basis of a 'ionic and Restorative Medi
cine. The result of his labors was a glo
rious success for himself and suffering
humanity. The celebrated Plantation
Ritiers was thus mudo known to the
world. Being an article of real merit,
founded on new principles, and relying
wholly upon I he vegetable kingdom for
its mulicinul effects, it worked a rapid
revolution in tho treatment of physical
Magnolia Water. Superior to the
best imported German Cologne, and
soid at half the yrico. '
Fulton Market. Just received, a
nice lot Dried Reef, Sugar Cured Hams,
Bologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, To
matoes, Pears, Peaches, Water Melons
and Musk Melons. dtf-94.
A young lady writing to her mother
from Europe says : " Send mo a dozen
bottles of 1 Barrett's Vegetable flair
Restorer.' What I took with me is all
gone, and I cannot think ot spoiling my
hair by using any other." The judg
ment of all who have used Barrett's will
confirm this lady's experience.
Eminent men of science have discov
ered that electricity and inagnetizui are
c'eveloped in the system from the iron'
ii. the blood. This accounts for the de
bil ity, lows spiri's and lack of energy
a pi 1 son feels when this vital element
becones reduced. The Peruvian Syrup
a protoxide of iron, supplies the blood
with i'.s iron clement and in the only
form it in which it is possible for it to
enter the circulation.
Ladies' Fair and Festival.
rpiIE Ladies of tho Congregational Church
J and Society of St, Albaus will hold a
Fair and Festival
in tho basement rooms of the Church, on
Monday Evening, December 21,
At which tiino a variety of articles, both useful
and fancy, and such as will inako acceptable
talfU for Ci.rKtiuun or New Viiir'n will bo
offered for sale.
Oysters, cold meats, Coft'eo, Cako, Ico Cream
with thu usual ct cuteras, will bo served, and
all aro cordially invited.
Doors open ut six o'clock. Special attention
given to families or parties wishing to be served
ui tnai uour.
Admission, 15 ccuts.
QHIilTS and DRAWlillS,
Over Shirts of
KJuii Kinds, just received
N. SMITH, &
Oomo and See 1 1
Como and Try
THB HOWE, AMD TUB WEED
AVw Faintlit Scwhlff Machines!
JU'A Machine made.
Shuttle, Straight Needle,
Every machine warranted,
Offico opposite Tremont House,
dw-tf J. S. WEEKS, Agent.
CHRISTMAS IS qOMING!
Do not delay, but call at oncb at
HUNT I N6 T 0 FSi
And select your PRESENTS from tho
lurgest and best variety
ever ofi'ered in
M A R K E Tl !
You will all find
Just tho thing you want
If you call 'ov.
asrKiigraYiiig done in tho best manner. fA
The American Cooking Stove
Again in Court I
United States Court, Dis't of N.Y.,
Albany, Oct. 17, 18G8. )
Jacob II. Sheak & Jos. Packard,
Zebulen Hunt & Wm. J. Miller.
The Honorable Samuel Nelson,
THIS SUIT was brought for iiilriiiRing the
patents on a Shalcinc or Vibi atiiiL' Auh
MUtcr, unci the combination of a Sifting iuicIAmIi
Fan in tho heurth of a Cooking Stovo, an iniuiic-
....!.. . Al. If.
uuu nun Kiuuiuu luan uiiiiug luuir use. .uchhim.
until x- .inner navo now arranged tor a liceiiHo,
and will heroaiter manufacture) and sell under a
liceiiBi! from us. All other persons arucoution
cd against manufacturing, nulling, or using
Htoves with theso improvements, as all in
fringements will bo promptly prosecuted.
SHEAR, PACKARD & CO.,
Albany, N. Y
Fop Sale by D. M. WA!.KER,
NEW Supply of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent,
MedieiiiLHr ie., just received at
GltEliN & NJCHOLSr
s No. I, Lafco Street,
raOU the BEST MACHINES in tho WOULD
1? Inquiro of
BLAKE & WILSON,
Snuutou, Vermont, Agents
Grand IhIh Counties, for tho
for Franklin and
WHEELER & WILSON
Silent Feed, Lockstitch Sewing Machine.
RETAIL dealers in Shelf Hardwure, Ta
ble and Porket Cutlery, Glas AVare,
crockery, T 11 Ware, Wooden AVuic and
Will w Wurc, Fancy Goods, St vrt,
Stove Pipe, and Hollow Wnrc.
Iron, Steer NulU, Gluts, Putty, &c.
Tkiims: O ASH, or ready pay.
arm lor Sale
SITUATED in tho cast part of Sheldon, on a
branch of the Missisquoi Itivrt well known
as tho Joel Whitney farm, containing 30G acres,
from 50 to 70 acres interval land . Tho farm ib
eapabln of keeping 50 cows, 5(1 sheep, a team ic.
ttuuu ana nmuer lanu cnougn lor tne larni. A
Good Sugar orchard of 1000 trees, sugar tools
Ac. Two good dwelling houses situated oppo
site), one brick and one wood. A dairv-house
and apparatus tor tho manufacture of butter
una ciieese. uooti running water at both hous
es, dalry-houso and barn. Thie farm is about
o or o miles irom tne celebrated springs. For
luriner particulars enquirw or tuo owner on the
East Sheldon, Aug. 18, 18C3. 230wtf
mO FARMEltS AND OTHEKS.-Tho subscrib
JL erd Having ,jutx'liased aud fitted up ill good
order, iho Woolen Mill at Swautou Falls, for
merly Known as i-iaifs factory, uro now pro'
pared to manufacture Cloths or Yarn for cus'
tomcrs, or exchange tho same for wool. A lib
eral share of patronage solicited, aud satisfao
N. B. Otllco in south end of Factory, where
may be found tllo books and account of the late
nrm or i-iutt Minuiey.
210-tf MEIGS & IIINKLEY,
Good Dairy Farm
FOB SALE IN MOIIRISTOWN, within one
half mile of Morriatown village.
Farm contains about eicrhtv-tlve acres of cood
land, sixty acres cleared, and tho remuii.dor
Four hundred Sugar or Mapio trees, with Sap
iuua anu sugar uceusus.
A young Apple Orchard of about 150 trees,
mostly in bearinir.
House 30 x 40, in good repair, with good col
lar. Barn 32 x (il, with cellar under tho whole
and in good repair. Ilunning water at house
and barn, and pastures woll watered.
Forty tons of hay cut from twonty acres will
bo sold with tho farm if desired.
Seven Cows, 5 yearling heifers, 10 sheep, and
a span of good work horses will bo sold with tho
place if desired, and all farming tools.
All to be sold verv cheap for cash.
W. II. POWEH8,
Mornstown, Aug. 15, 1BG8.
LAID WOOL bHIRTS ii; .aigo variety of
styles, rioSv opening at
WM. N. SMITH Jt CO'8.
HIRTS and Drawers of all kinds now opening
Goldsmith & Seavey,
UENEKAL INSURANCE AGENTS,
NOJl TJIMA IN St. , ST. ALBANS, Vt.
Life, Fire, Inland and Accidental
Insurance effected in Reliable
Losses eqxdtably adjusted and Prompt
St. Albans Dining Rooms,
LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS,
TTJAUaI MEALS or Lunches served at 'all
. TT hours, in tho best style.
Fresh Baltimore Oysters.
Received daily and supplied to tho Tra'do at
wholesalo prices. nlOG d&wtf
KEG. QUART Oil GALLON, Lako Street, St
Uot. I18C8. I23dAwIm.
: THIRD ANNUAL CONVENTION
Northern Vermont Music.il Association,
WILL DC I1KLD AT
Academy Hall, St. Albans-
Continuing Foun days, Jan. 5, 6, 7 & 8.'
TIFO OR AND CONCERTS
Will be atven.
Geo. F. Root,
0. M. Wyman,
Keeue, N. H.
BEING about, to leavo town, I wish to dispose
of 111V rt'Hidi.urn tin NnrtliHiilil fit wtilr.li
wnl.bo sold for a reasdnublo sum.
For turther particulars enquire of mo.
145-d-tf. B. F. WILLIAMS.
COMMERCIAL College Rooms ; possession
uiven Sent.. 1st. Three Rooms enHV ot
access, and very pleasant situation for Club
Rooms or ollicus.
WM. N. SMITH.
St. Albans, Aug. 3, 18G8. d70tf
RETWEEN Fulton Market, St. Albans, and
morrocco wallet, containing $151, and a receipt
from Severance ii Co., Boston, to E. O. Gallar.
The Under will receive a reward .f $50 on return
ing tho wallet to E. C. GALLAR.
Ht. Albans 10th Sept.. 1808. nllltf
H. A. CUTLER, Proprietor.
All Printing brought to this Office, botli Plain
and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten
tion, at prices aa low as tho times will admit.
We do our work much better than can any
Oflico that will do a job of printing for nothing
for the sako of depriving us of it, and we aro
ready to compare our work with any similar
class of printing done in the cities, both In neat
lies? and price.
Hand your orders into the Transcript Book
and Job Printing Establishment if you take any
prido in having your printing dona in a work
manliko mannor. v
ACK COATS FOR SPRING, go to
3 WM. N. SMITH i CO'S.
For all tho Protean forms of Disease origina
such aa Salt Rheum, Cancer. Consumption, Ac.,
thero is nothing can equal the purifying effects
oi louino when administered in a pure state.
Dr. II. Anders' Iodine Water
is a pure solution of Iodino dissolved in water.
without a solvent, and is the best remedy for
ncromia anu Kincivm diseases ever discovered.
J. P. DINSMORE,
80 Dey Street, New York.
Sold by druggists aenerally,
for the Vermont Transcript.
Washington. 15. Lntaatimiionfinnti
arc flint Gen. Cnlcb dialling's mission
1 111 .
iu oc lounutonnvo reference to the
pending nccotiation with tho Gnvnrn-
mcnt of Columbia, nlout concession and
ngius lor a snip cnnnl across the Isth
mas Daricn, similar to that recently ob
tained from Nicaragua. All that is
positively known of Gen. Gushing
doings before ho left agree with tais
theory, and it is known that our gov
ernment was expecting advices from
tho South American on fchnfc
It is thought some unexpected hitch in
uic negotiations lias induced Secretary
Seward to employ Gen. Cushinir. A
bill is in course cf nrennrntlnn whlnl,
will be introduced In a few days, pro
hibiting banks from tmviutr interest, on
their deposits. It Is held that a large
amount of money is kept out of circula-
on, aim in many sect.ons of tho coun
try tho stringency In money aftuira is
produced by the reason that the banks
eop control of all surolus currency bv
paying a small Interest on the sums de
posited with them. To prevent this is
the object of the present bill.
New York, 15th.
District Attorney Courtnov Is about
to commence proceedings for the con
demnation of about S3OO.O0O worth of
aluable shawls which the Collector 6f
the port has just detected secreted in
number of clocks on Loard a vessel fro
some port in Europe. No further de
tails arc made.
Public advices from Vera Cruz of
Nov 28 state that the American Minis
ter, Itosecrans and Suite, wore received
with great honors ; Tho party left on
the 28th for the city of Mexico, with a
The Eailrcad Omnibus Bill, involv
ing nearly three millions of dollars will
como up to-day on its final reading. It
is expected there will be a lively time
over it. Its passuge is considered pretty
Cant. Cannillo. of the Peruvlau N aw.
with thirty-four other officers, of vari
ous grades, left this city yesterday for
New Orle ins, to take possession of the
Iron clads recently bought by the Pe
ruvian Government from the United
States. It is believed hero that these
Iron clads will be heard from in front of
Mero Castle, Havana, before tho above
ofllccrs reach New Orleans.
The Union Pacific Railroad Co.. has
notilied tho Post Offico Department that
the road is read v to carrv mails to Ernn-
lon 957 miles west of Omaha. Tho annu 1
meeting of tho stockholders of tho Den
ver Pacific Ilailroad was held at Denver
yesterday and re-elected Governor John
Evans President and tho old Board Dir
ectors were re-elected with but one ex
ception. Cable News, Cadiz 13th. In conse
quence of Gen. Roda's proclamation the
insurgents surrendered their arms, and
turned over to the military authorities.
From 7 to 10,000 troops and 9 war ves
sels were ready to attack the city at noon
all is quiet, now over30,000 persons have
left tho city, there is great distress
among the poor who remain and among
those who fled. All foreign consulsand
families, except the Swedish and Amer
ican, have left the city. There are 537 Bar
ricades in Cadis. Gen. Boda entered
Cadiz at 2 o'clock this p.m., with all his
troops. The insurgents seem satisfied
with the result; their feelings are un
doubtedly in favor of a republic. 500 per
sons were killed and wounded on both
sides during tho fighting of last week.
Notwithstanding the surrender of the
Cadiz Insurgents there is a reactionary
movement spreading throughout Spain
and disturbances are prevalent; tho poor
arc In fearful condition and buslne3l9
.Tho recent encounters in the central
Di tricts have not been decisive and thft
troops sufl'ered fearfully. Count Val
neazeda is in Ncuritas, and Dcmauos re
inforcements arisin has taken place at
Santa Esperita, and tho Revolutionists
also say, that one has taken place at
Macagna, aud that Villa Clara and Tri
nidad aro prepared to rise. The insurec
tion 1b now within 150 miles of Havana.
Boston Mass., 15th.
Dr. N.B. Shurtleff, Democrat and citi
zens' candidate was re-elected Mayor of
this city yesterday, by 1700 majority
over ull, anda pleuralltyof 1830 over t .e
Republican candidate. The Republi
cans have a majority In tho City Coun
cil. Washington, 15th.
Tho nomination of Collector Sythe,
as Minister to Russia, has been rejected
by the Senate Committee on foreign re
lations. New York, Dec. 15th.
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