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TUB TKANSCJMT ST. ALBANS. IVIiln.v. .Itily , ISO O. A "Conversion." Our neighbor, tho Messenger, has como out at last fairly and squarely for Mi'. iMorrui as tno successor in i Senator Collanicr. Judging from oov crnl edilorinls (tint havo recently np paired in tbnt print, vc have been led to BuppoRO tlmt Kb favorite enndidnto wns Judgo Poland. But very far from it. With a conversion worthy of a St. Paul it now declares that Mr. .Morrill was all along the mnn who was deserv ing of that much contested place. Of course tho friends of Mr. Morrill most cheerfully accopt all "new converts," como they oven at tlio "eleventh hour;" and wo only chronicle this now and, wo trust, hopeful conversion, as ono of tho "sigiiB of tho times." . ' - I 1,1 -- W Chittenden Comity. Tho Republican County Convention of Chittenden county was held nt Bur lington hist Saturday, and tho follow ing ticket nominated: Senators Iltis-ell Tnft of Burling ton, Gen. J. L. Barstow of Sholburno, lu. 11. Jjnno of Jcncho. Assistant Judges "Win. J. lloynolds anil banoril Colby. Judgo of Probate- -Torrey 12. Wales. State's Attorney--!.!. U. Englesby. Sheiitr L. B. i'lannagan. High Bailiff 0. F. Tuttle. 10 following resolutions woro pio- ft4atod and adopted : HJlemlccd, That in tho opinion of this invention this Stato and tho nation Ijl .i t.. 1 ii... l i. .1 -.v-l - : t ii. tt.... t Mi nullum nuiiuun ui inu null. tiUH- nf Hill. aWo, thereforo, hereby request nnd mci our nominees for tho Statu t; if elected, to uso their inilu- uy vote anil all otner proper v,'o nliice Mv. Morrill Congregational State Convention. Nr.wmnv, Vt., Juno 2t, 18GG. Tho Convention opened with a Her-1 mon uy nov ij. u. jjarsiow ot si. Johnsbury, after which nn organiza tion was effected by choosing Hev. Oco. B Tyler, J). 1)., of Brnltloboro, Moderator: Hov. A. W. Wild, of Grconsboro, Scribe; and Hov. i J. I Fairbanks, of Westminister, Assistant ! Scribe. Numerous committees woro appointed, tho most important of which, tho Coinmitteo of Overtuies, consisted of Rev. S. M. Kingston, Josoph Chandler, nnd A. Floming, and Messrs. Win. Sanborn and J. 0. Stim- Iu nuiBUnnco of arrangements, 1 "Treason Must be Made Odious." Mr. Seward all Hlglit. lb the Editor Washington Chronicle: j An engraving of nnusunl merit is If. Ronms in us nnito stranco that so , published in JIarner's Weekly for Juno m.mli fmiH. nIiohIiI bo found w th Mr. ! utn. It is tintitled "Tlio contrast ot of restoration of tho of, -Ml! 1 I i wammm Pi mm "mm clccteJnlj5PS.faj of over Poland. AjHo nlnce Mr. Morrill m tho U. nKTc, for the term of six years, j March -1, 18G7. further, that tho norsons tto this convention as candi- plcction to tho Statu Senate, Uy requosted to dctino to l their position on this faro their nominations arc at in tho opinion of this n. Geo. F. Edmunds is r successor of the lato r Foot, and that this 'so his nomination as vns overwhelmingly ugaiust Mr. Poland, jnglon delegation, ority of ill in a voto 400, was favorablo to Judgo Mr. Tnft expressed his pur- poso to fulfill tho instructions of tho convention, although his preferences nro understood to bo for Mr. Poland. Gen. Barstow and Mr. Lano are earn est friends of Mr. Morrill. son. mndo nt the Inst mooting, thoro wcro two elaborate discussions, and two essays woro read, one by Hov. Silas Aiken, I). D., on tho Duties of the Churches in regard to Infant Baptism; tho other by Hev. Pliny II. White, Mi tho Ecclesiastical History of Vermont. Tho Vermont Domestic Missionary Society held its anniversary on the socond day of tho Convention. Tho Society was addressed by Hov. Hay Palmer, D. D., of Now York, nnd Hov. A. II. Clapp, Secretary of tho Ameri can Houso Missionary Society. Offi cers woro elected as follows: President, J. W. Hickok, Esq., of Burlington. Vice Presidents, Hon. Wm. C. Kit Ircdse, Hon. 12. P. Walton, Wm. Nash, Esq. Coi responding Secretary, Hov. Chas. S. Smith, of Monlpelier, and as many Directors as thero nro counties. Tho anniversary of tho Vermont Educational Society was held on tho same day. Tho ofiieors of tho Socioty for tho coming year nro as follows: President, Hon. Wovlhinglou 0. Smith, of St. Albans. Vice Presidents, Hov. Drs. Ilarvoy D. Kitchell and J. Torroy. Secretary, Hov. E. Mix, of Burlington. Treasurer, J. S. Thurston, Esq., of Montpolier, and fourteen Directors, It was voted not to appoint the usual coinmitteo of confeionco with tho Editor of tho Chronicle, and thus a divorce between tho paper and tho Convention was fairly accomplished, anil tlio Lliromcla is left to stand where every paper should stand on its own merits. It appeared from tho report of the statistical hecretarv that thero nro m .Vermont ono hundred and ninety-one Unigrogational churches, with an ng grogate moniborship of 23,571. Tho aggregate nverago attondanco on pub lie worship is 1-1,907. Tho number o pastors is seventy-six, of whom twelvo lmvo been settled witliiu a yenr. Eight churches lmvo acting pastors, and thirty-tivo nro destituto of preaching. Tho churches in Cuttin'svillo and Mt, Holly lmvo bocomo extinct, and those in Guilford, Jamaica, Dover, Fairfax and Shelburno, are in not much bettor case. St. Albans was telected ns tho next placo of holding the Convention I Hev. E. II. Byington, of Windsor, was electeil to prench tho oponing sermon j nnd Hov. Henry M. Gout, of West ; Hutland, was chosen his substitute. Condensed Irom llulland Herald. Seward's terms ebel States. I lo said, in ono of his Auburn speech- that "if they c imo back like tho prodigal hoh, and desired ndinission, 10 wns perfectly willing, lor ins part, receive them nnd kill tho fatted enlf." Is urn-thing wrong in these- condi- ioiiB ? Let us enquire how tho prodi gal camo back. 1st. llo enmo voluntarily. 2d. Ho camo bankrupt. !5d. Ho c.nmo penitent. 1th. Ho camo conl'essinn his sins against Henven and his father. full, llo enmo foregoing the poii ace, and asking only tho servant's ilaco. To comply with Mr. Seward's con- 1st. Voluntarily. But they hnvo I como back only becauso thoy wcro hipped txirk. 2il. Bankrupt. Ilioy meet this con- ilion; but somo of thoin want anoth er slice to inako up for what thoy havo quandered on those twin harlots, slavery nnd rebellion. Jd. Fonitont. Thoy nro very foivy, but it is only becauso their rebellion was n failure. 1th. Confessing their sins. But liko tho Phnrisee, they justify rebellion, or tho miii" nwny from their 10U80. fith. Acknowledging tho forfeiture of their prerogatives ns Stntes; but, in tend of this, thoy boldly demand tho son s placo that is, tlio snmo niilits nnd privileges ns if they had stayed nt homo nnd behnved themselves. Now, it seems to us that Mr. Sow- nrd's theology is n& correct ns his tnlesmnnship, nnd tbnt it would bo well for him to adviso Unclo Samuel that kissing these prodigals beforo they have complied with theso terms is not orthodox. Tho position of Mr. Seward is evi dently all right. Wo sec, CST At tho Orango County Union Convention hold on tho 28th ult., at which Burnani Martin of Cholsoa, and Hiram Barrett, of Strafford, wcro nom inated for Senators. Tho following resolution was unanimously adoptod: Jtesolvcd, That the uutiriutr industry. eminent ability and fidelity to tho best tiounl Union men, radical Union men Political. Uol. L'ornoy writes that ho has in formation, upon which ho places full rolianeo, that a plan of operations 'has been agreed upon by tho President i friouds for tho purposo of proventing the dillerent .Legislatures of tho Soutl and even thoso of tho North, from ratifying tho new amendment of tho National Constitution Tho Norfolk Old Dominion classifies tho political parties in Virginia ns Nn interests, not only of Vermont, but ot our wholo country, exhibited by Hon. Justin S. Morrill, during his long term of service ns representative in tho low er Houso of Congress; all point to him ns the man preeminently fitted for tho placo so honorably filled by our lato Senator, tho lamented Collamer; and wo heroby instruct thoso persons who shall bo nominated by this Convention, to our Stato Senato, if elected, to use their influenco to elect Mr. Morrill to tho United States Senato, for tho term of six years, from tho fourth of March next. BaT Tho Caledonian having said that Mr. Morrill, nfter declaring heretofore to bo a candidate for tho House, had used money to seeuro n ro-nomination, Walton's Journal responds ns follows: Wo nro authorized to sny that tho chnrgo ia fateo; and without that au thority wo Bhould bo sure that Mr. Mori ill has nover been guilty of any net unworthy of n puro nnd honorable rami. This modo of wnrfaro upon him is not only unjust, but in tho highest degree dishonorable nnd wo ti iibt it is quito ns painful, ns it certninly must bo damuging, to Scnntor Polnnd. sulVcring Andcrsonvillo nnd Fortress Monroo;" nnd well represents tbnt den of jnfsorv nnd tho neatly fitted-up, comfortable rnsomnto of tho traitor Dnyifl nnd his family. It is n picture which shoul.l bo kooii by nil, for n more striking contrnflt has never boon shown. Wo first behold poor starving Union prisoners lying around in groups guarded by tho chivnlry, who look on with the grcntcst indifference. A son linol tires nt n poor fellow who hns ; crossed tho "dend lino," vet oven this does not nltrnct tho nttontion of his oflicers. A gallows is seen in tho dis tnnco, nnd n enrt hauls nwny thoso who could no longer bear up, and died victims lo rebel cruelty. Wo turn to Fortress Monroo. What n ditferenco 1 Here is n mnn who, with n singlo word, could hnve nllevinted tho sufferings nt Andcrsonvillo. Ho is comiortnbly seat ed, his wifo nnd family with him, nnd everything dono to mnko his "iuenrco- rnnon comlortnblo. xiio picturo is somowhnl burlesqued hero, but it is not tho less striking. United States souuer8 crowd around him. llo is fanned, ',wnited upon, nnd his henlth inquired after. A gunrd, obedient to tho sign, walks carefully and quietly on mattings. An t'thcer stands near to eco that "all persons passing this way put on their slippers in order not father's I to disturb our guest." And tl,' s Davis, ox-President of tho Confederate States of America I Treason has been mudo odious I An Ex-Hr.nr.i, on Negiio Sui-Fiuon. Tho Richmond Whig has n letter from an ex-rebel, who says: I am as much opposed to nllowine ono objection to it. it wo keep our fatted calf till tlio prodigal Stales com ply with his terms our calf will have becomo nn ox beforo wo can keep tho feast. Still, on the whole, it will bo as woll, perhaps, to wait, as Uncle Snm has plenty of corn. New ionic. Probable Italian Campaign. theso freedmon to como en masse to tho ballot-box ns any man; and four years service in tho illustrious Army of Northern Virginia should bo suro ty that I am incapablo of n thought or n feeling ininiicnl to tho South. however, ! But I can freely declnro that I know many negroes hotter qualified for the suffrage, morally nnd intellectually, thnn thousands of tho present white voters. Whether nuy man's color should exclude him from political priviliges, I nm in somo doubt; but I nm quito sure tlmt no man's color should invest hiln with such privi leges. Mv propositions sucficst n com- Tho London 'Times is of tho opinion promise between extremists. No tlmt tho campaign about to open in I man, of what complexion soever, Northern Italy will differ from nil pro- j should bo permitted to voto unless vious ones, by beginning on tho west I properly qualified; yet, so qualified, at tho Mineio, whero thoso havo gen-1 ho should vote, bo ho as black as orally left off, nnd by having its prin-1 Erebus. The proposed measure will cpal hum on the Bontli on tho Po. It admit but few frceduicn and those of thinks that Austria will act almost a superior chibs to tho franchise, nnd wholly on tho defensive, nnd it ndds: will exclude forever tho vnst body of jy crossing me i-o ni i-onio jja- ruuianism, whose just destiny is to bo I ritil goscuro, wncro n largo body ot pio- governed and not to govern. 1 think neers nnd a bridge equipngo had nl ready been sout on the 12th, somo other point to tho cast -a and tlio advancing on Roni juonscnco toward l'ndun, nn. nrmy would nnd itselt betv garrisons of the Quadrilateral? wo will bo infinito gainers by this plan. orsiswntly Kofasuituef or at Jf we delay, or4 persis Hon. JiistlnJJ. Morrill. Tho following uoto nnnounccs tho retirement, nt tho closo of tho present Congress, of ono of tho most industri ous, unassuming tncmbora of tlmlTonsn ono who has served for eleven years with tho hearty nppiovnl of his con stituents nnd a stendy growth in pub lic confidence and npprecintion. it is undorstood that Mr. Morrill. retiring from service in tho House, will not declino to permit himself to be pressed by his friends ns n enndidnto for tho benntorship, to bo mndo vacant! by tho expiration of tho term for which Judgo Poland wns nppointcd. If n enndidnto, wo ennnot doubt that tho peoplo of his Slnlo, through their Leg islnturo elected next fall, will confer tho Scuntorinl oflico upon him, in pref erence, upon the scoro of tried useful ness nnd experience, to nny other mnn of public distinction in Vermont. Could it depend upon tho general suf frngo of tho Union pnrly of tho coun try, no result would bo'nioro ccrtnin. Mr. Morrill hns n reputation for Leg islative efliciency, practical knowlcdgo nnd high tnlent, hardly equalled by nny of tho men with whom ho has served during tho recent trying yenrs of tho nation. Politically, ho is sound to tho heart's core, nnd no better rep resentative of tho uncompromising Hepublicnnism of tho sturdy "Green Mountain Stato" can by possibility bo found. 1 " ' Tho Burlington Free Press instances 13 Union nowspapors of Vermont which favor tho election of Mr. Morrill, and six which advocate tho claims of Judgo Poland, and says this is n fnir reprcscntntion of tho feeling of tho peoplo of the State. Emioiution to Brazil. A great dcnl was said last summer in tho Southern papers, by tho disappointed rebols, about emigrating to Brazil, nnd leav ing this country to tho tender mercies of tho Yankees and Abolitionists. Tho plan was so favorably regarded by many residents in tho Gulf States that n colony was started for that purposo. Tho principal idea was, that tho dis contented peoplo wanted to go to somo couutry whero slavery was allowed. Professor Agassis has recently written n letter on tho subject, which places it in a very unfavorable light. He states that tho laws of Brazil establish many restrictions nnd distinctions very un favorable to the stranger, nnd tbnt it is very difficult to estnblisli nbsolute equality with tho inhabitants who have long resided there, or oven the deceudauts of tho older races. Thoro aro also a great many difficulties in tho way of acquiring real estate, and tho delays nnd formalities thrown around it almost make it n prohibition. Another difficulty is tho intervention I of tho public in the private nffairs of ! people, nnd this tutilage is often enr- so far that it takes tho form of ! petty tyranny. As long as this order of things exists, ho is comment that a q'vuv i m'pnr, omtirrnTirm t n urnvil will ?mv. . . T ' i 1 1 .? -- -" ..... AJVS.U. WKlflWMLlllKIMlltfVfAl !.,,. l. -...I- ii.- 'uf n .. . 9 , - 4 . ........ I. ahwu uiuuu. ami vut no luxunia iijo 'SCTlBBl(IOl6inw"'i.1lnefOlllD6l(lt tto!IltlVn'J4.1.-,.. 1 il... ..:i n Tr i i ftkiTTlll I imivpi-d' Tnir irritnlnrl fr lhifuihVJl . . .. ... mTiri:J-,;- . III. Z7Z'Zt ,V "y country in tno worm. jsoston left nnd such forces as uiav'WtfoW A'f TV LT. U'Z.'ZZ t t. " " centratcd nt Venice on tho right. ' ' "V Convention in Ulno, lion, crett. lias- B&r Senators Polnnd nnd Edmunds nna itoprcseutntivo Morrill hnvo thanks for uunieroiiB "Pub. Does.' our Episcopal Visitation. Wo undor fctnnd Bishop Hopkins wjJJ visit the parishes in Franklin County in tho following order: July 10, Tuesday, St. Luko's Church, St. Albans, 7 1-2 P. M. July 11, Wodnesdny, Grnco Churoh. Sheldon, 3 P. M. July 12, Thursday, St. John Churoh, Highgato, 3 P. M. July 17, Tuesday, Christ Church, EnoBburgh, 3 P. M. July 18, Wednesday, Calvary Church, Enst Berkshire, 10 1-2 A. M. July 18, Wednesday, Union Church. Montgomery, -1 P. M. July 21, Tuesday, Christ Church, Fniifax, 10 1-2 A. M. July 21, Tuesday, Trinity Church, Fajrfield, 3 P. M. nnd nncient Democrats. Tho radical Unionists aro said to favor tho dis franchisomont of rebels nnd tho en frnnchisonient of negroes. John M nor uous, juugo unuerwooii an John F Lowis nro leading mon in this party, 'iho "nncient democrats, now, us formorlv, nro secessionists. Wo take the following political gos Kip irom tno nshington corrospon dencoot tlio uinciniiati Uuzello: "homo ot tno most tnoughtiul men m Congress believo that ono of tho chief aims of tho President's last nies sage wns to udminister n rcbuko to Mr. Sownrd. It is known, nlthoug it was charged publicly by somo of Mr. Johnson's friends, thnt Mr. Sow aid, had refused to transmit tho const. tutiomu amendment to tho States un less it was fust submitted lo the Pres ident, that ho really showed unusual imniipuicsa in uihpaicumg u, Beiming certiliod copies off immediately upon reaching his office, nnd uh is supposed without consulting tho President. Thoro is tho very best authority for saying that, at it mooting of tho John sou Club, in Springfield, Illinois, n short time since, nn autograph letter wns read from President Johnson, telling them to porsovero in their ef- ions, una promibiug unit ns soon ns Congress adjourned tho offices should bo placed in tho hands of mon who supported him. That just for tho present ho was keeping quiet, so as not lo oxcito tho h'lhpicions of Con gross. All indications now point to tho formation of an office holders' party. With this it is supposed that tho North win bo partly corrupted and pnrwy ucm in cnecK, wiiilo tho South Such an nrmy should bo mustered up m sufficient strength to enable it to mask tho strong placo on ono side, whilo it turns its main efforts ngninst the other. Wcro it to venture on an onset on Venice, it would naturally rely on tho co-operation of tho Italian licet, which, it is said, with 1.J22 guns and 2u',0S8 men, has been assombled on tho waters of Taranto uudcr Pcr- sauo. Should preforenco bo given to an attack on Legnago and Verona, a diversion might bo mndo on the west by a simultaneous effort against Pes chiera and Mantua. It is well to benr in mind, mean while, that tho fortresses on tho Adigo, and especially Legungo, aro said to present less insuperablo difficulties than thoso on tho Mineio, as tho great strength of Austria in that region, af ter all, always lies in tho nnapjiroaeh nble lako-city, Mantua. In all theso attempts, which would certainly test tho bravery nnd endurnco of tho Ital ian soldiery to tho utmost, tho army would bo most efficiently aided by tho desultory movements of tho Volun teers, who could either harass tho gar risons of tho Quadrilateral by bold de scents from their Alpine fastnesses, saurok said that tho Democratic party out tho glaring inconsistencies of its l action ns follows: "It has not oven denied nfter tho j war what its Southern allies claimed i beforo tho war the pretended right of j secession. Its platform has but ono I plank obedienco to its Southern i masters. When tho rebels attempted to break up our country, tho Demo cratic lciidors insisted that wo should let them go out. Now that tho South erners wish to regain political power, and will condescend to rulo us again, tho Democracy insists that wo must let them coma in ! Yesterday tho reb els wanted to go out; hence, yester day tho Democratic platform was: 'Ton have no right to keep them in!" To-day tho rebels want to como in again to rulo tho country which thoy could not destroy. Henco, to-day tho Democratic platform is: "You have no right to keep them out .'" Yesterday, tho children of Vallandigliara sworo that tho.robols should go out ; to-day, thoy swear thoy shall come tn. The The Westehn Cnors. More favora blo accounts aro received from tho West respecting tho erowincr crons. had not accepted and docs not rtcog- Tho Cincilllmti Plice8 Current of tho nizo tho results of the Avar. Ho points o-.i, cn,.Q. "Tho accounts which reach us from tho interior say that tho change pro duced in tho appearance of all growing crops since tho warm weather and genial rains set in is remarkable. Generally speaking, tho winter wheat is poor and fully one-third of tho ground sown with it will not yield over tho seed, tho remnining two-thirds probably about hnlf nn average. Spring wheat is generally doing woll, and an increased breadth of laud was sown with it. Corn was backward owing to tho unusually cold and dry or aid to tho taking of Venico by land- South commands, and the Democratic ings at tho mouths of tho lnguncs. Thus tho campaign, which on for mer occasions proceeded from west to east, would at this present juncturo movo from tho south to north, and tho conflict would bo chiolly brought to tho plans of Hovigo, Esto, Viconzo, nnd Pndus, a comparatively untried battlefield no less to the Austrinns than to their foes." party oboys. it nas no otnor princi ples or Bcntimcnts but tho whims nud wishes of its rcblo mnsters." is to bo encouraged to tako no step to ward tho Congrossional nlnn of rcs- A PmJN.vnoN. B. Gratz Brown, tho reliable and talented Senator from Missouri, hau issued n card dccliniiv a ro-olectiou to tho U. S. Senato. Tho card contains sumo of tho most manly and truthful utterances on tho ques tion now nt isbuo in mm country wo havo yet seen, nnd wo regret that qjio so full of high and nublo thoughts on mini nun ins liuuro uofiiiny, ns ib Grata Brown of Missouii, Bhould do- uulo to rntiro from n body whero his somccu are ho much Jipeiled, Free-man. A Siiiehian Woman. A gentleman who is engaged in tho telegraphic ox-1 pedition in Siberia, relates the fol-! lowing incident in n letter to a friend in Cincinnati: "I mot with n Kornk woman of about twenty-two years of ago on tho great Tuudrn (marked Koran on tho mnp) who drovo n toam of roindcors with a loaded sledge liftv vcrsts in ono day, and at night slept out iu tho suow, with no covering whntover ox cept tho clothes sho had worn during tho day, and in n temperature -ldw be low zoro, or 75 bolow tho freezing point 1 Think of thnt, yo offeminnto ladies of America. That I saw my self, ulthough oven to mo it scorns in credible now, I thought it an extra ordinary thing to sleep in u roindeor skin tent out doors iu such weather, and 1 should havo frozen to death in two houvH had I nttumptcd to sloop without it. Sho traveled with us, driving hor own roindeor, and sleep ing on tho hiiow every night. An "Aoiiueaijle" MuitDEiicn. A mur derer named Joseph Bell, lately exe cuted in Scotland, loft n written ac count of Ins lifo,which contained this curious passago: "My mental capacity stands high, especially ns rcgnrds mnthomatieal calculation. My principal character istics nro ngrccabloncss, both in mnn nor nnd temperinout, nnd ns n whole, though n littlo dignified, I nm sympa thizing nnd hospitnblo. As nn athlete, my phyBicnl powors havo been called into action against n low of no Binnll importance, both in tho fistic nud po dostnnn oxorcises, in nil of which I camo off victorious. As n matter of fact, I could lift half a ton, and carry it n distnnce of sixty yards. For days I could wnlk at the rnto of fivo nnd n unit nines nn hour, i conm also run a milo in four nnd ono-hnlf minutes, ivc. in tho training ot the cnniuo breed I grontly excelled, my favorites being dogs bred botwoon tho stag hound and greyhound. I nover failed in bringing theso to ft knowlcdgo of their work, and could placo confidence in their porfonuing their duties with military precision. I strongly main tain my innocence. Iho satinca! and reproachful representations given in tho newHiianora regarding mo aro but vaguo and gioundless, and, if not uuimieu up through motives oi seiusu tho puro want ot yefr-Tho Franklin County Democratic Convention, as will bo 6een by tho COinrnttlaA'tt f-ull in tmnHmr fnlnmii i- t.i . i . ,r . ,T ,.. ... ' iliess. must bo from III lilt lllllll lit nillDl1 I mil t A inun ... ' . ... ... ..tuaip mi. soinotlhng to fit ui) space. (1 bono Uho IttH-pr. ) July 12. weather during May, but at tho latest advices was doing woll, nnd wo may ndd thnt during tho last week wo had the best corn weather that can bo. Tho grass crop is light, owing to tho tlry weather of May. Taking the wholo West, tho supply of fruit is light, especially of peaches nud apples. Onls n medium crop. Monitors. -Tho problem of tho sea going qunlities of our monitors has been satisfactorily determined, and thero is now no doubt of our ability, iu caso of foreign war, to send n licet of them to Europe, even in tho dend of winter. Tho nrrivnl nt Quecnstown of tho Miantouomoh settles tho ques tion m favor of tho monitors. Tho Navy Department is in receipt of dis patches giving an account of her trip. Tho passago was made in olovon days and ten hours. Tho nverago run per day was ono hundred and sixty-oight miles, and tho progress was very uni form. Tho heavy weather did not ap pear to affect tho monitor, either in speed or by rolling, for whilo tho oth er vessels lurched nbout nnd their progress wns checked by heavy seas, sho went along comparatively undis turbed or unchecked. This wns nlso tho experience of tho Monadnock in her trip to Valparaiso. BllIOUAM YOUNO ON A RAMPAOE.-Brig- ham Young, in a recent speech nt Salt Lnko City, said: "If thoy undertook to try him in a Gentilo Court, ho would sco tho Government in hell first .....1 ...,, J i i.i ' " " iuij iu ugiii mo uovorn mcut tho rub. Ho had soldiers, and rifles, and pistols, nnd nmmunition, nnd plenty of it, and cannon, too and would uso them. He was on it Tho Governor of tho Territory was useless, and could do nothing. Ho was tho real Governor of this peoplo and by tho power of tho Most High ho would bo forover und ovor, if the Gon tilcs didn't liko this, thoy could leavo nnd go to hell." Latest News. Washington, July 2. Tho now Frccdmcn's Burcnu bill hns been agreed on by tho Confeionco coin mitteo nnd will pnss both Houses to day. Its voto by tho President is most confidently anticipated. Tho Republican declares that the President nnd Cnbinct will not bo present nt the Philndclphin celebra tion. New Yoiik, July 2. Steamer Bremen from Southumpton 20th has arrived. Tho Great Eastern leaves Modwny with tho now telegraph cablo on tho 30th nnd will conimenco lnyiug on the 8th, Tho Prussians entered Saxony on tho 12th in addition to nn iuvnsion of tho enstorn nnd western frontier. Tho King hns issued n proclnmntion to his faithful people in which ho relies upon their loyal co-operation. The king left Dresden to join tho army. Tho entry of tho Prussians into Sax ony was preceded by n formnl dcclara tion of war. Tho Prussian miuistor is nbout to lenvo Dresden. The entry of tho Austrian army into Saxony was hourly expected. Tho Prussians were advancing on Winzen and havo occupied Lobanziltnn nnd Aicisscn. It wns rumored thnt tho Saxony nrmy would effect a junction with tho Austrinns. Tho Pnris Moniteur says tho Prus sians entered Dresden on tlio 17th. The King of Saxony had withdrawn into Bohemin. Diplomatic relations between Prus sia and Bavnria had broken off, tho hitter's minister having left Berlin. Tho Prussians occupied Cnssol. An engagement took placo between tho Prussians and Hessians near Frank fort; ono regiment of Hessians woro almost annihilated. Tho Prussians nro pushing on to Bohemia. Tho Federal plan of operations is tho reconquest of Holstoin. Garibaldi will leavo Como ns soon ns volunteers aro completely equip ped. Tho Italian Chnmbor has annulled Muzzini's election. Urtzchaff states that upon tho slightest violation of neutrality by France, Russia will abandon hor present neutral attitude. Tho vanguard of a strong Russian nrmy corps hud arrived nt Tavrogorod. Tho ports of Portugal aro closed. Portugal will observe strict neutrality. Beulin, Juno l'J. Prussia formally declared Avar against Austria yestor day. Tho Minister had boon ordered to leavo tho Prussian capital on ac count of tho seizuro of tho Prussinn telegraph stntion nt Hamburg by Darmstadt soldiers. The Prussians hnvo occupied Sei denburg in considerable force and ro inforccmeuts wcro still coming in. Stkasuuho, Juno 19. A demonstra tion against Prussian policy took placo on Monday nt Cnrlsruhe. Baden troops havo gone to Frankfort, Franki-oht-on-Maine. Juno 19.- From thirty to forty thousand Federal troops aro assembled beforo this city. 3sTicn, Juno 19. -Tho Austrinns com menced hostilities yesterday ovoning. An Austrian patrol crossed tho Silcsinn frontier nnd tired upon n Prussian pa trol. Four thousand Austrians aro marching towards tho frontior. Berlin, Juno 19. At tho request of tho Prussinn government tho Fronch government hns consented to protect Prussian interests in Austria and Bavnrin. London, Tuesday eve. In consc quonco of the cloven majority against tho government, Mr. Gladstone has put himself into communication with Queen nt Balmoral, and tho Houso of Commons wns ndjourncd until Mon day. No business was dono in Pnrlia meut this evening. A battlo is expected near Frankfort. Florence, Juno 19. Tho Italian government formally declared war against Austria yesterday. Persons attached to tho king's household hnvo left Florence to join his majesty at tho camp. In General. President Johnson and Secretary Soward hnvo just been elected honora ry members of tho Sclavonio Brother hood, a now organization, said to in clude two hundred thousand voters, nnd composed of Polos, Boheminns, Silesinns, Moravians, Servians, &c, now citizens of tho United Stntes. Tho Canadian Houso of Parlia ment has adopted n resolution offered by Mr. Gait, demnndiug indemnity from our Government for damage dono by tho Fenians. On tho other hand tho London Times expresses itself ns entirely satisfied with tho action of our government respecting the Fenians. It didn't expect us to do so much as wo did. At a recent gathering of tho Democratic managers in Ohio, Vnl Inndigham's proposition to stump tho Stnto wns respectfully declined. Thoy had enough of that on a former oc casion. Tho Leavenworth Bulletin places nt tho hend of its editorinl columns the following ticket: "For President in 18G8 Ulysses S. Grant. For Vice President A man wo can trust. WV Tlin TlV,...11. ... i.i w ..yinm miiutor etnleil,i SlllCfl tho linn nn .,f n. Dl,lles tllftl ,a ul lJJ0 has been paid out on necoimt of 0 nmnoy about $11,000,000. H0 tl ,Z0 this is not far from tw.i.i..ir 11 wholo amount. If his est!,,. : ' Ul ice the aggregate prize money ,cm lzcd by tho nnvy during tho V -,V not bo fnr from $1G,G)0?000 WlU HSy ThoBurliniTlni, 7,. i, Hon. George P. Mnnffi j enndidnto for tho Senate to 8 Loll Mr. Foot, nud tlmt. i, J 18ucecd for Tr(i,,'ia -www Kcnn. Gold 151 3-8. New Yoni!, July 2. Wo lmvo received tho Houso and Senato Jourunls for 18G5, printed nt tho Freeman office. TACTS VS. THEORIES, "Give mo n place to rest my Wcr on, says Archimedes, "and I will movo tho world." "Give mo pure an l unadulterated drugs," 8ay8 ModiCus of tho olden time, "and I w.fi S disease. uu In ono sense, both of these lcarnrrl pundits woro tho veriest charlatans They know thero was no place to ro5 thoir lover on, cither to movo uV world or euro disease McchamJ was 111 a backward stato, and the mod ical profession was but another natnn for sorcery, and nil tho ndjuncts of luuyn, uiiuio uuu ennrms 01 the "evil eye," &c But theso latter days have borno unto us something moro than even superstition and its crow ever dreamt of in thoir maddest philosophy h theso days of practical science, what was theory of yesterday is fact to-dav, and all tho old time notions become as bubbles 111 tho sun, nud burst and break with every breath wo draw Lot Aichiinedes shoulder his lever nnd wo will find n resting place for u to movo tho world. Let mino nncient Medicus pnnt nnd toil no more for tk drugs ho so sorely needs, for iro havo them nt our hnnd, ever ready to serve thorn nt his beck. Hofined in the laboratory of Dr Mnggiel, tho finest materials known m the medicnl profession nro obtainablo bv ntlV ono. His Bilinna T1ic.,... 1 nnd Diarrhea Pills stand unrivalled. 1 and his Salvo operates with maca ! effect upon bums, scalds, and all sores j and ulcers of tho skin. In fact, wo think MAftotri' Pilla nn.i Salv 0 nro the wonder ol this ceutm-y, uiiu wo are nnppy in tno tuougut that innny others of our brothron of the craft ngreo with us. Wo would earnestly counsel that all families pro vido themselves with Dr. Maggiels Preparations nt once, nnd keen thein rendy nt hand, so ns to use them at tno most opportune time nnd aa occa sion serves. Valley Sentinel. LOOK AND REAS I HEAD I ! HEAD ! ! 1 fl'MIli Ricatont wonder of tlio ego ia O Dsnu -X son's Tire Upsetting Machine, forupsrtt.nj, tire, axles, ami any kind of iron that nfeJs t be upset. Thoro is no cutting nor wdlcling tn 1 done, if a person haB ono of these t'psi tling Ma chines; tin-work is done 111 a more euMatitia. maimer tl t ran bo dono by lianj, and an person wim known anything about thim vtu drive tuonty union further fur the saVi- "f lia- a & ! tire set by one of tlieboMaclniiLS Villi, t smith should lx iwthout one ol limudi-ui) I Upsetting Machine; nor will In-, when h In ws the great advantages to be derived from tum Hall .V 8ons, of ltostou, have used one f ir tli past three vears, and oay there is not m i- . enough tolmy it, if they could imt gi t an '. ' Wo would also refer to L. llmgham 'if A bans, and Mr. K. Wilder, carnage mark f Swanton t'entre, who are using th- m. These Machines aro now being got out I S. Ilixford, the scythe man, i-att H.. . who will sell to any partv wiflung a Ma- JIIU'LOWA loNSMV Agents for fitato, Couuty and Khun r.tii' K Albans, fur the present. 1'. o. llox, 'ii. ia Old L.vni) Patents or 1812. Circu lars havo boon scattored through Now England, nddrosscd to tho hoirs of soldiers of tho war of 1812, offering to procuro copies of original land pa tents for $25 ench, and stating tho vnluo of tho land. Heirs nro outitlcd to coiues of such patents, on applica tion to tho Goueral Land Oflico, nt Washington, without charge; nnd, in nlmost nil such ensos, tho lands wero convoyed by tho soldiers when living, or have beon irrecoverably lost by non-payment of.iifty years' taxes. Wo hope that this paragraph may bo gon orally copiod to prevent further losses by such, heirs. Boston Journal, tht $tarftctiS. ST. AI.UAXS .IIAIIICKT-Jul)' 3, Corrected for the Trancriit crery liftfc Ail dried, per lb lli.Ass, per bushel, llurrKii, per lb., ,. Ciikesc, " Couk, per bushel Cons MnAL, per cwt K.as, per doz., iuiuii, superfine,, " extra. " doublo oxtra, ... Guash Skhb, per bushel,. Hay, per ton Laud, per lb., Oats, i er buehcl, Onions, " 1'oiik, mess,....., " clear, Potatoes, per bushel, . . . rv: Salt, Canada, Turk's Island, : . . . Maplk Buoah, Wool, per lb Wood per cord, i w 11 !v 11. 3 Al 25 0 OO 20 1 250 16 & 1 00 w. 2 50 n 10 60 w 13 00 M 13 w 13 00 H I' R WW 0 00 9 CO US ID W 55 i'C U 0 00 ouo SI ' " 37 0J 33 00 000 12 45 1 60 ' 0 a V 60 750 1IOSTU.V JIAlllCET- July Sd. -'lour. t. Western superflno... i 00 10 75 si common extras medium extras cood and cJioice, in cluding Gcuesso, Can- aUUUlKULUCMO,V. ,, IjTj aaa, Uliio, ancnigau, "JEJJ 18eo St. Iiuia, good and choice. i.oni . ioai per oiu -t. 08 0 75 01 95 65 2 60(.j; 000 45 48 52 105 80 100 HO ouo 5u 52 ltvo Flour. Uriiln jer bushel: Com, Western mixed Oata, Nort'n, West'n, Canada, Hyo Beans, common and blue- pou, marrow and extra jea. Jliiinsat's jer Kallou: Cuba Cienfuetroa luuscovado l'.ovuio,,.i-orbbl: Mffl 27 ,u lorli-pnmo 3iuo Sow.::::"::::'.'.:.'.-- Uccf Kastom ami Western M 0100 mess and oxtra SJ,nnM 2t' ramUy oxtra 23 T.nr,l i 1,1.1m in.l IfKn-m f lluttor N. Y. and Yt. dairies. . Checso SuRiii- Fei lb.. Cuba Muscovado Powdered Crushed Granulated Colfeo Crushed IVoolDoilESTIO ; Now York Western, flno. 32 IS 10 as 15 15 00 14 con 60 21 Vt 1.1 161 00 15 C3 jO . ......1 2d quality 2.00 a $12.50; 3d qua! . Uo H2.00, It 100 tta., on I ami urcHsea ucei. Worliliiu Dun. to vallio as beef. . . .,t -nod tS Mllt-k Co.-f45 a 170! J. farru rt100, without calves, aa may bo agrtt". and ordinary 135 a 45. 0 non W Slitti) uiitluiuli So aCjo; oriWiu per head. n Dre .$175 1275 or awortob ... ,o ..1. retail, H itoiea uoiesuio, x ; ,1, flo flliw sscd, 00 a 10 cents. Fol Hogs. . Veal Cuive. -i70un J wtri!. Counto Ill.Ua.-nrichton, 8 a 9 cents yth. w UotB, 0 ii 7o. Calfskins 15c a i(c i allow. 7 ( yo p iu. 'i lu.-.t)0 a 2.25each.