VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, MAY 1, 1869.
Vermont Daily Transcript
ST. ALHANS, VT.
Saturday, May 1, 18G9.
.muvAi. or i-assknoeb tuains.
rutin the .Smith ami East, 5,48 a. m., 11.15
f.,arj p. m., 8,UI p. m. nn
From House's Point and West, 7,20 a. m.,
Jil a.m.. G GO p. in.
From Montreal, 11 15 a. m., G 45 p. in.
DEi-AitTitnK uk rAssr.Mir.H timini.
l or the South ami East, 0 20, a. ni., 120
i J'J p. in.
For House's Point and West, CO.j a.m.
Fur Montreal, C 10 a. in., o" 55 p. m.
UAII.I AHIUVAli OV STAOT.S AT ST. AI.1IANS.
I rum Sweetsburgh ami Franklin, 700 p. in.
From Hiohford and hlicluon, oou p. ni.
From Sheldon, 10 00 h. in.
I'n mi Bukenfield, 11 00 a. in.
llAll.V DKI-AIITOHK OF rVTlOKS F110H ST. AI.1USS,
For Franklin and Swcetsburgh, 7 30 a. in.
For Sliiildon and Hichfonl, 8 HO a. m.
For Sheldon, 2 00 p. m.
For ItakeiHllcld. 1 00 1). in.
StagCB call at the several hotels in town. Stage
olllccp at me xreniom nousc.
ciimsu or mi: mails.
Mulls tor Now Yolk close nt 5 00 a. m. and 7 00
Mails tor Boston elo-o at 5 n. in. and (:!0 p.m.
Mails for Albanv and the West close at 5 0(1 a.m
Muils Jor CuiiMifii close at 5 00 a.m.
Simtht in anil Northern way mail close at 5 00
rnitll Y. M. C A. meets every Monday evening
L at their rooms over Win. N. Smith's Store,
Chuniiihiin ( hapter No- 1!. A. M. meets the
thiid Wednesday evening in each month, at
their hall in I'liion hloek, Main Street.
Columbus Council No. 1, It. A S. M. meets the
eennd Wednesday evening in each mouth, at
their hall in Union Hloek.
Franklin Lodge No.-l, F. t A. M., meets tho
lirst Wednesday evening in each month at their
hall in Union litock, Mam Street.
Englesby Lodge No. 81 F. .V A.M. meets the
fourth Wednesday ga cuing in each month, at
their hall in Union Hloek, Main Street.
Crystal Fountain, Temple of Honor No. 4 meets
evei'v Monday evening at their Hall in Banes
Mode, Lake Street.
St. Albans Lodge No 32, 1. O. of O. T. meets
everv Friday evening at their Hall in Names
Hising Sun Lodge No. 8 I. O. ol'G.T. meets
.verv Saturdav evening, at St. Albans Hay.
St." John the Baptist Benevolent Society (Ca
liudiuli) meets on the first and third Wednesday
evening of each month nt their hall over K. 11.
To Ailvrrtlxrrn.Tliu VKIIMUNTDAII.Y TltANS
i uii'T has the largest circulation in St. Albans
and in Franklin County, of any daily paper, and
is on that account, if no other, the best medium
Oim Daily. Those wishing to secure
cupicK of our daily paper can do so at
Merrifield's and Baker's bookstores, as
well as of carriers, and at the olllce.
Copies of our weekly paper may also be
had at those places.
Franklin Count! Cm ft.
April Term, lsr.lt.
Hon V. C. Wilson, Presiding Judge.
Hon. W. C. Stkvkns, 1 mUfiiiN
Hon. John K.Wiiitnk.y, j AhSiHl'u,,s-
Satudhay, -May 1.
In the case of State vs. Win. Ilyan
and other.-1, the Dcfendent plead guilty.
The next case taken up was Joel II.
Pease vs. Talmadge B. Hall. Troprss,
which is still on trial.
Ouk types yesterday made us say
James Ryan was one of the parties on
trial for assault and battery. They
should have read Franeix Byan.
"Jim " will pardon the reporter for the
Soda Wateh. Soda water fountains
are being cleaned and put in order, in
anticipation of warm weather.
"Pop" Davis, the well known, was
arrested yesterday afternoon for being
intoxicited. He was brought before
JusticcShcrman this morning and lined
$5 and costs, amounting in autosome
$10 and some cents. Unable to pay his
fine, lie still remains in jail,
TiinATiucAii. Last evening, quite
a respectable audience greeted Alice
llaymond's Boston Combination, at
the Academy Hall. The drama
of " Colleen Bawn " one of the
best plays of the season was finely ren
dered by this really talented Company.
J. W. Delano, in the role of Miles 2sa
Coppaleen, proved himself a "star" not
often heard in country towns. He
takes a pluco far up among the rounds
in burlesque acting his self-possession
on the stage is leally surprising and
was decidedly the favorite of the even
ing. Alice Baymond, as Elly O'Con
nor, acted her part in a superb manner,
proclaiming her an actress oi'much
ability her songs wore sung in a rich,
sweet voice. Carrie Jamison, as Anna
Chute, acted her part in a truly artistic
manner, and was well received by an
applauding audience. The whole com
pany exhibited such real merit that,
did our space pormit, wo would give the
outlines of the piece in detail. To
night is to be given " Under the Gas-
State PiusonV There iuvj eighty
two convicts iu confinement at the State
Prison in Windsor, tlueo of whom are
females. Scythe Snaths wAl bo a little
cheaper. The State could well nflbrd to
keep a larger foice of workmen.
Fa I it fax. Lat week Thursday
there was quite an excitement raised In
Fairfax by the suspension of twelve and
the expulsion of two students from the
Institute. This step was taken on ac
count of the students t reaklng c no of
the by-laws, which forbid thoni from
walking, or conversing with young
ladies in public places. The number
suspended and expelled, belonged to
the I. O. of CI. T's. at Fairfax, and one
evening, escorted each, a young lady to
her home. Being brought to account
for so doing, 12 acknowledged their er
ror, and two not proposing to, were ex
pelled. Hf.ai, Kstati: Chanuks ix Hiou
Foiti). Caleb Itoyce has purchased of
L. 11. .Smith, about twenty acres of
land on the large Island and his interest
in the trotting park for ,2,300. Mr.
Itoyce intends to lit up the park so nt. to
make it one of the best tracks in tlio
Slate. He is just the m an for the busi
ness. Sporting men and owners of fast.
hordes can always ixpoct a good time
when they call on him. He has built a
new house am! barn for the accommo
dation of his l'ri. nds and their horses.
L. II. Smith has purchased the Kel
logg farm of Chapman Smith, 2o0 acres,
for $o,500; also o() acres of timber land,
one-half of the Mercy lot, for$").
W. S. Carpenter and Daniel Scott
have erected a three story building,
40 x ."0 feet, in front of the saw mill, for
the manufacture of cabinet work.
Hichard Smith has purchased the
brick Louse and o :o acre of land by the
brick .church of Carpenter & V.rown,
HAitn Lot. There is a woman in
Bennington mother of thirteen child
ren, who has loft the twelve oldest in
Canada, and with the youngest has
come out to the "States" to try and got
a living going out today's works.
(,'iiibf of Police Drew, of Burlington,
made a raid on tho Stanton IIouso, and
conliseatcd some elghtygallons of liquor,
an being held in violation of the prohib-
Chazy. Two couples, receatly mar
ried in Brownington, were obliged after
the ceremony to walk home, on ac
count of bad travelling ; one couple
having to go three miles, the bride skip
ping along blithely, and the bridegroom
trudging by her side with a small
bundle of clothing tied in a handker
CniMiNAi.. A young lady of Ben
nington, married but a short time to a
Pownal man, eloped last Saturday witli
another "dear charmer," and brought
up in Albany, where she was found by
the deserted husband and compelled to
return to the residence of her parents in
Bennington. She avows her intentions
not to return to the home of her hus
band, and says she has the best of rea
sons for her singular conduct. Though
found at the Stanwix Hall, Albany, the
Injured husband thought it best not to
re-enact the Cole Hiscock tragedy, and
her paramour was allowed to escape
with no further injury than the loss ofa
oat and hat.
Sheaver, tlio cattle thief and jail
breaker, had his trial at New Fane, last
week, and was sentenced to hard labor
miking scythe snathes In the State
Prison, at Windsor, for six years,
.Mitchell, who broke open the sale of
Joseph Steen, at Brattleborro, in the
winter was sentenced by the same court
to seven and a half years' hard labor in
the State Paisou.
Ei.opumk.vt ix Bkukshihi:. Wo
clip the following from the Bichford
" Mi cruel llcanlinrn. pmmnrm I v kiuiwn
by the more cupnouius title o'f 1 Mike
Holvor ' on the ifitli nntinr.il Hw. rll. nf
one Joseph Longcy to leave her bus-
l H.. 1 t 1 I t i a
uauu s oeu mm noaro,' ami uccept of
his. Mike loft his wife and little girl
for " Jo." Mrs. Jo. left, four nhilil rAii in
comfort Jo. in his bereavement, taking
with her tho fifth. Ti.ey took foot pas
sago for Canada, and as Mike is sup
posed by Jo. to bo the fortunate possess-
ui homo eiguiy uonars casn, no gave up
the clmso by saying tho s6cond dav.
1 He may go to tho debil.' "
Tiikiu: were fifteen fires in Rutland
village, between June 10th 1808, and
Feb. 2, 1809, cntoillng a loss of over
Jonathan Hoyt was the first Rep
resentative from this town to the Leg
islature. Ho went in 1780, and also In
1781 and 1792, and again in 1811.
Gkxkkous. Saturday of last week,
fivo emigrants frcra Ireland, bound for
Pittsburgh' without friends or money,
arrived at Whitehall, N. Y. The fami
ly consisted of three adults, two of them
young ladies, and two children. After
wandering around that town for Tawhilo
amidst much sympathy, but no assist
ance, they were kindly invited by Mr
John Hall, of tho Hall Hotel, to his
house, Avhero ho kept them until Mon
day, and then sent them on their way
rejoicing. John deserves a gold medal.
Randolph NonMAL School. Tho
State Normal School at Randolph closed
a successful torm. FrldaV Anril 24.
after ft three daya examination. The
examination for graduation also contin
ued three days, and was conducted by
Jonathan Ross, Esq., of St. .lohnsbury,
visiting member of the Board of educa
tion, and A E Rankin, Secretary.
J Thirteen graduated from the first oour? e,
, viz.: Frank C G ranger, Randolph; Gen
1). Carncs, Pomfrel ; Misses Mary E
Ball. Granville; Citio M Hucklin,
Waltsfichl; Laurie A M Chlpniun,
Richmond; Sylvia A Griffin, Rich
mond ; Villetfa J McPJiee, Pcncham ;
Eva O .To-dyn, Waitslleld ; Ella C
Smith, llandolph; Mary E Spalding,
North llartland; Ida A Tucker, Bran
don; M Louise Wheeler, Wat .'i ford ;
Lucy E Wood, North llartlaml ; each
receiving!! five years' certificate The
graduates fri'm the second course were
two: Daniel C Ddson, Randolph, and
Miss Julia 11 Bailey, West Brattleboro,
receiving the years' certificate.
Nine counties haw been represented
(he last term, sending 0") stude it. Av
erage age, 18 years.
Nor a Candidate Wo find the fol
lowing In the Woodstock Standard
which sufficiently explains itself;
Woodstock, Vt., April 20, ISflSi.
L. O. Gimm:xi:, Esq.,
Editor of the Standakd.
Dkak Sin : I have seen several com
munications and floating paragraphs in
various papers of the State, mentioning
my name in connection with tne olllce
of Governor. It is an honor to have
one's name associated with that olllce,
and I appreciate tho regard and the
friendship which have suggested the
honor for me. But I am not a candi
date nor do 1 propose to be a candidate.
And though 1 suppose this is pretty well
understood, and the suggestions in my
behalf have hardly significance enough
to justify the publication of n letter of
dcclination,l prefer not to ba misunder
stood, nor to seem to occupy an equivo
cal position iu tho matter, and therefore
will thank you to say thus early through
your paper, that I am not and will not
be a candidate.
Very truly yours.
NEW A DVERTISHMENTS.
t i; a t n i a a l
Will appoar at
MONDAY, MAY 3d,
In the beanifnl Drama
THE STREETS OF BOSTON.
To conelndi) with the Laughable Karce
SAJiAJi'S YOUNG MAN.
The MauaKer Ua engaguri the Q
ST. ALBANS BRASS BAND, 1
Who will entertain the anditnoe eaeh evening
with the most popular melodies, of the clay.
Dooi'n open at halt past tioveii ; pcrfurmane e
to eomnienee at rifdit o'clock.
AilniiBBiun, !)5e. ; Reserved 8eai, 30e.
Tickets can he had dnrine; the day at Itaker'a
and Slerritield's Book8toren,
2Mli J. W. DELANO, Manager.
- LET US HAVE PEACeT"
NATIONAL PEACE JUBILEE
To bo held in the
OITV OP BOSTON,
June 15, 16, 17, 18 & 19, 1869;
To commemorate tho restoration of PEACE
TiniouniiouT the land.
in which tho Jubilee, la to bo held will ull'ord
ample aeeonnnodatian for nearlv FIFTY
THOUSAND PEltSONH and tho uenes of Mu
xical Entertainments .will include oratario per
formances by tho
ever organized in any part of tho world, made
up of JIusical Societies from all sections of tho
country, and TWENTY THOUSAND OH1LD
DltEN from tho public hehools, with an Orches.
One Thousand Instruments,
comprising many of tho principal Hands and best
Musicians in tho United States.
from all sections of tho Union, including NA
TIONAL AND STATE OFFICIALS will partici
patoin tho Jnbilco, and tho citizons of lloston
will bo prepared to extend to thoso hospitalities
and atten"oiii to visitors from abroad which
they hope may servo to inaugurato ths return
of kind and fraternal feeling amo.ig all Ameri
can citizens, and aid in perpetuating throughout
tho world, " I'eacf. os eauth, noon will to
Tho innnenso outlay attendant upon this vast
undertaking has been guaranteed with an unex
ampled promptness by the citizens of Jloston.
ensurinj; for tho Festival anilJnbileo everv sue
coss which pecuniary aid can command. '
Tho following sc ,le of prices has been estab
Sinole Admission, icUh secured seats, r 3 and 5H,
.according to location.
Sinole Admission, without Bccurod seats, ... $2.
Season Ticket transferable-admitting threo
persons to all tho entertainments given in
the Coliseum dining tho season, $100.
Tho s.ilo of seats will oommonco at tho lloston
Musio Hall, Monday, May 3rd. Orders for seats,
accompanied with tho money, mav bo trans
mitted by music dealers throughout' tho conn
try, or by mail or express, directed to
A. V. TE0K, Ticket Agont,
L'ostou Music Hall, lloston, Mass.
Per crdoi'of the Executivo Committee.
HENRY O. PAItKEn, Secretary.
Grl 'Ml 1 Cl Op'-TJ 11 U
NEW MILINERY GOODS.
MRS. H. F. BUCK
IS now prepared to olfer, at her Now.ltooms, in
tho Farrar Itlock, Corner of Main and Con
gress Streets, at
Q RE A TL Y 11 ED UCED Pit ICES,
' A largo slock of
New and Fashionable Goods ! ! !
Milliners anil Drc-s maker imppllod at
wholesale, ry low.
CInoi's cut any deaired length.
Patterns of all kind ; Embroideied Lace ;
Corset : Skirt" ; While Oood-i ; Fine Flaunelx.
A Splendid line or Ulnve and Hotiery.
Worsted -All Shades.
Uonucts and Hats trimmed In the Latent
Paris and Now York Styles.
PLEASE CALL AND SEE ! !
Spring and Summer Millinery,
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY.
MAV 4th and 5th, 1869.
F all denoiuiuaiions, .can be batK at the Post
Ofileo. Hank Street.
U!Utf II. N. li.UUiKH, P.M.
TUST arrived from New York, with a very
large stock of
i ONMSTlNn ! '
And a grout variet oi
tiivfit variety of
Large lol of
OLOTH and OLOAXINUS,
FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS.
IWILLi sell at tho lowest Now York Market
Jtj j- Conio and look for yourself, at the New
York Cheap Store, on Lako Street.
St. Albans, Vt., April 21. lRfiO. 287
INTERNAL REVENUE TAXES
"VI OTICI3 is hcroby given that tho Income.
Special and other Annual Taxes assessed
on tho Annual LiBt of 18G9 for tho Third Collec
tion District of Vermont, aro now duo and pay
able, and that I will attend myself, or by depu
ty, at tho following times and places to receivo
tlio same, viz :
At tho Welden House, St. Albans, on Mondav
afternoon. Tuesday and Wednesday, Mav 3rd,
4th and 5th 1809.
At Fassett'a Hotel, Enohburgh Falls, on Thurs
day, May Cth, Irom 10 a.m. till 1 p.m.
At Warren's Hotel, Pakersneld, on Friday, Mav,
7th, until 12 m.
At tho Valloy Hotel, Fairfax, on Friday, May
7th, from 2 p.m. till 5 p.m,
At Jeunisou's Hotel, Swanton, on Saturday, May
Persons neglecting to pay their Taxes within
tho time above specilled, will bo required to pay
twenty cents for notice, and after ten duysjirc
per cent, additional upon tho amount of tho tax,
with interest and cost of Collection,
Taxes can ho sent by other persons and re
ceipts will ho leturncd.
ANSON J. CHANE,
0 'Hector 3d District Vermont.
Hurliugh B, Apr.t 22nd, 18G'.I. 28
fXO TO WM. N. SMITH Ic C0'8 forVour
JT and Winter Clothing,
SIX OK EIGHT First Clns Mouse Piilnt
, to whom good wages will be paid.
H. E. COL0NEY .V CO..
Congress Street, St. Albans, Vt.
April 2H, 18011.
St, Albans Marble Works,
TIHE subscriber would respectfully announce
JL to tho Citizens of Franklin County that ho
has opened a
in St. Albans, on Centre Street, a few doors
west of 11. Urainerd's Drug Store, and is pre
paaed to furnish Voi-eln mill IK incut lc
Murlile, .lloiitiim-iitB, Tomh Stone, nild ill
short, everything connected with tho busi
ness, at reasonable prices, and satisfaction
given or no pay required. .
Persons wishing to erect memorials to de
parted friends will do well to call before pur
L. A. DUOWNELL.
St. Albans, March 111, 1800, t2G2tf
FINK assortment of
just received at .Vo, !i IlarriMv Uluek.
L. JIcI. SMITH A Co.
HOUSE AND LOT containing ONK-HAEF
ACltF. of Jand, on corner of I,nko and
Oravel Streets, in St. Albans Village. Inquire
St. Albans, April ", 18ii!i. :j2271
MIl'OKTANT TO SOLDIERS
rnnosi: intekestkd auk iieuhiiy
J. notified that I am agent to transact all busi
ness pertaining to pensions, bounties and back
pay. Claims of the above naturo can bo pre
sented, and their i.Uowancos obtained, by apnyl
ingto WJI. BUID'OES.
t. Albans. May 10th 18fi0
I will pasture the coming summer thiitv or
forty Cows on the Whittemmo Hill pas'turo
heretofore occupied by A. M. Clark, at ten dol
lars a Cow for tho season. Good running water
at all times in said pasture.
St. Albans, April 12, 1809. f3w-201
Premium Early Rose Potatoes.
50 cents per pound.
HARRISON'S only $4,00 per Bbl., mid
1 It. Itoso free,
O. 0. WAIT.
-2w West Georgia, Vt.
BOY& Ovor Coats of all kinds at
WM. N. SMITH. .V.
SASH DOORS and BLINDS.
An Old Establishment
MAUVI.V & UUTTKRKiRtiU having pur
chased the SASH BOOK and BLIND
Manufactory Establishment, at Swanton, of il.
F. Blackmail, are prepared to continuo tho busi
ness in all its branches. A full stock is kept on
hand constantly, and sash doors, blinds and
mouldings of tho latest and most approved pal
terns made to order. Particular attention paid
to manufacturing house-tinishing ma'erials.
Give us a call ; satiuf'tidum guaranteed.
T. L. MAltViN,
C. If; BUTTE11FIELI).
Swanton, March 20, 1800. f202tf
A HOUSE and lot of land consisting of six
acres, situated about a mile and a quarter
west of tho Depot in St. Albans. Tho buildings
are nearly now and in good repair. There is a
fruit orchard of about titty young tree, and tho
land is in good state of cultivation
For further particulars applv to
:ittf-252 'B. F. HUGO.
mUE Directors of tho "Franklin County Agri-
quested to meet at Goodspeed's Hote'l, in Sliel-
If P. I. i . .
ueiuiewiiiy, .Uiiy .Jill, JOU'.I, HI IU O ClOCK
a.m. Per Order,
n J. H. STUFF Til'.BK AM.
rpiIE subscriber oilers for sale tho TltEMONT
L UOUSE, in St. Albans: said house is iu
good repair and eapablo of accommodating two
hundred persons. For further particulars tn
quiro at tho house.
S I.. MANN.
St. Albans, Feb, 9. 18C9. t255-tf
21,000 Dairy Skins,
10,000 Veal Skins,
100 Tons "Old Bones,"
A Oft Hmre to Pick up all the OLD BONES
JJU J O in Franklin County. Wo will
pay $15 psr ton cash. Farmers can savo 10 cents
paid to a ,cnts by selling their DAI It Y SKINS to
Wo aro HEAD UUAKTKHS on SKINS aud
Heniombcr the placo
Old Tin Shop 2 doors north of tho American
McGOWAN it CO.
St. Albaiu, l'ob. 15, 18C9. f257-6m
'2J.BEAT reduction in prices at tho Clothing
JT Storo, No. 2 Daivow Block, on account of
our having adopted tho
of doing business. Call and sen for yourselves
before purchasing clsowhero,
No. 2 Darrow Block;
t277-2m L. MoD. SMITH & Co.
SHOUT FHOOKS of all kinds, just received
at WM. N. SMITU, iCO'S.
YEftCOATS of all kinds, and cheap
ai WM. N. SMITH & CO S.
TO FABMEHS AND OTIIEItS.-The subscrib-
order, tho Woolen Mill at Swanton Falls, for
merly known as Piatt's Factory, are now pre.
ijuicu m iiiuuumciuru uioius or tain lor cus
tomers, or exchaugo the same for wool. A lib
eral aharo of patrouago solloitod, and satisfao.
N. B. Otllco in south end of Factory, whore
may bo found the books and accounts o'f tho lato
firm of Piatt .Hinkiev.
219-tf MEIQ3 4 HINKLEY.
t'orfhv Wi'iiwul 'lYttnrrniit.
Nuw Yohk, IbI.
The World's Washington despatch
siiyu, the purport of the recently receiv
ed important olllcial despatches from
Minister lloseernna is a direct pioposi
tion from the Mexican Government to
cede, as a a portion of its ten itoiy, the
Gulf of California, nnd probably Sonora
and Sinnloa to tho United States, the
object of the sale being to replenish the
depicted Mexican Tiensury.
A despatch to tlio Tribune declares
that tlio administration lias determined
to recognize On ban belligerency at an
The Cuban insurgents have agents at
Washington looking for munitions of
war, and t is said the President has
given liL-e,etio,!is to sell ail war materials
not wanted by the Government to any
parties who wish to purchase.
?Jkv Yohk, 1st.
The weather continues very rainy,
cold and disagreeables.
Minister Wasliburnc and suite left in
the Havre steamer to-day.
The World of this morning is very
severe in its remarks upon Minister
Gov. Sprague and P. Ilalsted are ar
ranging details for u new political party.
Gov. Sprague is held in good esteem by
parties, and Ilalsted isi nnui of brainy.
There arc a great many Western mer
chants in town, but alesarc slow.
The London journalH this morning
have editorials on Mr. Sumner's speech,
on tlio Alabama claims. Tho English'
papers are much dissatisfied with the
speech. It creates intense feeling iu
At a Cabinet meeting held yesterday ,
the speech was informally discussed.
Mr. Bright declared that this embar
rassment served England right, but he
agreed thnt lie would not consent to en
tertain tho terms foreshadowed in Mr.
Lord Clarendon expressed his belief
that the actual negociations on tho part
of the American Government would be
far less extreme in character than the
speeches of Senators and articles in the
press. He hoped to find Mr". Motley as
courteous as Mr, Johnson The present
administration is as eager as tiic last for.,
the continuance of friendly relitlons.
Mr. Gladstone proposcd'to have good
assurances from reliable quarters that
the rejection of the Alabama treat' was
purely a political stroke. Tho present
administration will endeavor to settle
the question on liberal and honorable
The popular feeltng here is anti-American,
and has increased sinco the pub
lication of parts of Mr. Sumner's argu
ments. New Yohk, 1st.
'I lie steamer Alaska, from Aspin wall,
brings Panama dates to the 23d.
A committee of the House of Repre
sentatives has reported a resolution to
indict the President of the Senate upon
seven dltlerent charges.
Tho yellow fever still rages in Peru.
The Indians in the Arequipa district
have massacred a largo nunibor of
Vincent Colger telegraphs that the
recent expedition into Texas to recover
stolen ponies has returned, having shot
it chief and captured 3 prisoners.
J ii the town of Montgomery, a terri
ble tragedy occurred yesterday. Alonzo
C. Mueller was at dinner with his fami
ly, when Abraham Crest, a neighbor,
entered with a double-barreled shot gun.
A quarrel ensued, when Crest fired at
Mueller. The latter fell, shot through
tho chest. The wound is mortal, The
latter pleads, in extenuation of his
crime, that Mueller seduced a married
sister of his.
.f 1 I H4;.
5 -20s, '02 121i
do '04 IU
do '0j 118J
do '.07 113
do '0B not
Sixes, '81 118t
10-40 coupons 1081
Currency 0's .103
I701t tho hotter accommodation of the public,
; tho subscriber has securod tho services Of
several experienced Pulntirs, Gluzlvr and
Paper Haulers. With a fair sharo of public
prtronago ho is determined to keep tho best
working gang of mechanics iu tho County.
Lot it be remembered that ho employs none
hut expei iorteol workmen and men ot steady
If you want a painter, don't forget tho place;
Shoii on Lake Street, opposito tho Foundrv;
Jtcsidcuee. east of Academy, on High Street.
House, Carriago and bign Paintei .
St. Albans, Vt April 12, 18C!I. tQ.v-2(U
GLOVES of all kinds JuBt received
nt WM. N. SMITH 4 CO'a
xml | txt