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VKUMOINT DAILY TB AGISTS CHIP T, MAY 15, 186R.
Vermont Daily Transcript, Wednesday, May 1", law. Local Items, 'I'm: Daifu Mcmsi norr say that the -all Thanscimi'T "starts oil' witli 'every act Unit will draw.' " Yes; Wo "tlrew" seventv-llvc subscribers yesterday. TliKju'iitleninniy editor of the Rut land Herald record a visit to miuii Cashmere goats, owned hy a resident of Rutland, and says thai they, the goats of course, "will repay u vi-lt." In pen-on V Outers. Murray & Stone's Cireiis is coming to Vermont. Children, get your half shekels ready. - Mil. (Jut)U(u: W. Boon:, formerly of St. Alhaiw, now a resident, of Jackson ville, Flornda, has been elected a mem ber of the Flornda Legislature by eight hundred majority. Mr. Rogue will ac cept our thanks for copies of the Consti tution and Journal of the proceedings of the Constitutional Convention of the State of Florida. Mntm.AUY. Our look-out informs us that the cellar of Messrs. llrcck & Wcth crbee's store was entered by burglars Thursday night, and a rigorous attempt made to force the door leading from the cellar into the store, but for some reason the attempt was finally abandoned. Lauiu: quantities of potatoes arc be ing daily shipped from St. Albans and vicinity to Mas?achusalls, where, it would seem, there is a scarcity of the ar ticle. About a thousand bushel?, were shipped yesterday and to-day. Spout. The departure of ice from our lakes and streams uncovers the home of the fishes, and numerous gentlemen are eastimr their lines in nleasaut places, as we are informed. Messrs. Henry Ci. Ed son and Daniel Drew caught ciglil oas on Thursday, which averaged !U pounds in woiirht. They were caught oil St. Albans point, in about fifteen minutes fishing. Messrs. A. il. Munyan, S. P (Sates and Hiram R. Sowles, also tried their luck, and were rewarded with sev en has-, the heaviest weighing four pounds. Tin; Ni:w (!as llorsi:. (Sround has been broken for the foundation of the new gas works, east of the railroad, and the work will go steadily on to their completion, doubtless. The walls of the main building will be of brick, and the .style after the modern pattern of coal gas works. The dimensions will bo c(ual, it is intended, for the supply of all the present needs of our town, with a good margin tor our sure growth in the future. FriroN MAi!Ki:r. Notice will beta ken of the new advertisement of Fulton Market, in another column. Mr. E. C. (Sallar, the enterprising proprietor, as mot people know, has lltted this mar ket up in a style that would not discred it the cities, and everything in his line may be found in season in his neat and tasty rooms. For information concern ing the "list, of contents" of the market, tee theadvertisement, or the Market it self. -o- Hook Stoiu:. Tho.-o who are in want of the latest books, and of note paper, envelopes, and most things in the book trade business, should refer to Mr. Ra ker's advertisement, lie has opened a fine store on Lakestreot, and will un doubtedly receive a generous share of the patronage of our place. - . . "Tin: Docs Nuisaxci:." Mr. Henry C. CSreen lost two blooded sheep, killed ,ny dogs, on Thursday, and two more were severely injured. Those four sheep, If sold at their actual value, would pro bably pay for nine-tenths of the dogs in town, at thvir actual value. Wici.DK.v Si'MNO. Tho iirojirk'torrt of this excellent Mineral Spring are pre paring in earnest for the Summer cam paign. They are now building a hottling house over the spring, situated, as moat of our readers know, in tho western por tion of the village, and the dimensions seem to be calculated for agood business. The house will bo 20 by .'50 feet, and will contain every facility for tho bottling of water. A pump and corking apparatus have been added, as have also a large number of bottles. The Wclden spring is tho only one in Vermont known to contain iodine, we are informed, and, its waters have been very (successfully used in tho euro of ehronic rheumatism, scro fula, disease of the kidneys, dyspepsia, etc. Mrs. Jewell, a resident of this county, who had been nfllictcd with rheumatism for eleven years, has had tho usoof her limbs restored by tho use of this spring water internally and externally. Sever al cases of scrofula, extending to a par tial loss of sight, have been cured. In deed the water of tills spring has steadi ly gained in tho public appreciation and favor, and will, doubtless bo sanctioned by the afllictcd as it has by tho celebrat ed chemist, Dr, Hayes, with the title of "a truly remarkable- wator." It will be remembered by our village readers that at the annual school meet ing of District No. I, held the last of I March, a resolution was adopted direct ing the l'ludential Committee to ac i cept the free ue of two rooms in the basement of the Catholic church for school purposes, which had been offered by Hev. 'A. Druon, to provide teachers for them, and pay the current expenses for the year ensuing. The rooms have been properly lltted up, and the school is in successful operation. Mr. Ferdinand Duhc, who has been a successful teach er for eight ears in New York, Balti more and Montreal, lias charge of the large boys and Miss Berry of the large girls. They arc assisted by Miss Clav ct, who has charge of the small boys and girls. The prccnl number of scholars is two hundred and forty, and we arc told that if the accommodations were greater the number would be increased to at least three hundred. The school has been vNited by several of our citi zens who speak of its management in praiseworthy terms. (Snow I'll. When the new steam fer y between St. Albans and Pittsburgh gels into operation, we expect our busi ness men will begin to see that a better road from this place to St. Albans Bay will be a necessity we mean a good road at all timerfof the year, for wheel ing purposes. The ferry will be a mat ter of business importance both to the Bav and to this place ; will tend to an increase ot husiness 01 ootn; win in crease the value of real estate at least at the Bav; and will unite in no small de gree the interests of both places. St Albans is growing rapidly each year, as is conclusively show n by the exact doubling of its population in the five years from 1800 to ISO"), and a corrcs ponding increase since ; and it begins to be a matter of individual Inquiry as to whivh way to extend. Common sense and gravitation indicate that the great t extension must be towauls the lake and ir business adds its obligations, as we doubt not it will, we shall see thai the "Reserve" will have been reserved to some purpose, and that its principal street will need to be made excellent for a highway for the business of the town State Items. A ni:w steamer " Lady of the Lake," a beautiful and staunch vessel has been nlaced on Lake Meninhremaj'oir. Her hull is built of iron, and was orginally put together at Glasgow .Scotland. Her length is 101 feet, width 15 feet. She has two boilers, and a powerful beam emrine. built at Montreal, has water tight compartments, and is handsome ly furnished throughout. She will make, we understand, two round trips each day through the lake. A Tin.icciitAi'ir line from Chelsea to Royulton is being constructed. It Is expected to be completed next month. Thu Congregational Society ol'Thet ford, have purchased a line parsonage, on which they are engaged in making repairs. Hakvky Gimis, Esq., is appointed L Post Master at Tlietford, in place of Jo seph P. Marsh, Esq., resigned. Wi: learn from the Opinion that Asa M. Dickey is holding religious services every other Sabbath at the Union House, North Thetford. Tin: It road Gauge Railway seems to be quite out of favor at the West. They never were in general favor at the East. The Ohio & Mississippi Railroad (broad gauge) is soon to bo re-laid, and made to confoim to the narrow gauge roads. When this change has been made, there will remain, we believe, not more than three or four broad gauges in the coun try; the Erie, the Atlantic and Great Western, and the Grand Trunk roads, none of which can be regarded as parti cularly good, profitable, or well manag ed roads. VICTOR ATWOOD, wnoi.i.JAi.r. ami nirrAii. piiali'.u is IRON, HTKEL, CLASH, SAILS, ' OIL, 1'ALXTS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS SHEDS, .VECJIAXIOS TOOLS, SIIKLF 1AIU)VA1!E AiXJ C AMU AGE MAKERS STOCK. BARNES' BLOCK, LAKE ST. St. Albans, May 14, 18(iS. da-tf LC. l.K.YVKXS, Successor to H. H. llow . man, Flour and Grain Merchant. Choice. brands of Flour always on hand at low prices. St. Albans, May 1 1, lHiiM. uiwi THAVE bought Mr. J. H. Leonard's interest X in tho llrm of Leonard Itrainerd ft Co. and will continue the business at tho old stand where I shall bo glad to see old friends and many new ones. All accounts due Leonard, Drainerd A- Co. will be seHled by mo and must bo paid immedi ately, It. BllAINlHU). Kt. Albans, May 0, 1803, ld-2w 1"AI'ER and Linen Onus, ft largo assortment, . at WM. N. SHITH k CO'H, Kliliu II, Huntington, mrr.sHoii to a. a. mv.nyas. VSUS attention to tin- follow inn partial list 01 articles, which 1 will sell nt the lowest rates lor cash. AMERICAN WATCHES. Himard, Tieinot t, Mlio.e, Mid nil tho differ ent grades of Walthaui, NutUmal, anil Unit ed States (Va Watches. A large assort ment or Hold and Silver American Canes, of the bent styles. Also, Gold and Silver Swiss Watches. Ladies' (.1d Hunting Watches, American mid Suiss. Tho l itest and bc-d pitt.Tiis of (lold, Plated and Silver Chains, fine (told and Plated Jewelry of nil descriptions. A splindld assortment of Ladies' FINE GOI.D SETS, Etruscan, Coral, (iarnet, Ac., Ac. (k'litletneiiH Tins, Masonic Pins and JJmgs. Diamond. Emerald, Ruby, Atiicthyntc. Pearl and (iarnet Finder Rings, 18 Kt, Plain Rings. G'lld ISrnceleiH, Silver Plated Spoons and Forks, Ixlrn and Treble Plate. Tea setf , Castors, Calso liastiets, Vases, Ac., Ac. Coin Silver Spoons, Thimbles, c. A very large stuck of Gold and Steel Spectacles, every pah sold warranted to Miit. Pocket Knives, Shears and Scissors of the 1st quality. Fishing Tackle. 1 shall receive lrom day to day new stylos of jewelry, nnver aim l'liueii iirc, which i win , . .... 1 . I It. .. T .. HI .ell at the lowest market rates. B&- Watch repairing and chgrawng uone ld-tf. promptly. S . S . it J . A . BEDARD Take pleasure in saying to their natrons and friends that tliev have removed their place of business to UNION BLOCK Three Doom North of ITotel, the American Where thov have on hand a large assoitineiit of HARNESSES, TRUNKS, RLANKETS AND WHIPS. Also, ii general assortment of SADDLERY HARDWARE, LEATHER, feC. Our motto is "Large Sales and Small Profits. Those in want of goods in our lino will do well to call and examine our stock before purchasing ldlw-4t. NEW LADIES STORE, Omnmite Store of Saxe A Place in Imildin formerlv occupied bv S. S. A .T. A. lledard. La dies will find here a complete, and choice assort ment of Fancy Drv goods just received from market, such as Laces, Fringes all colors, Edgings, Insertions. Muslins, Lawns, Collars, Cuffs, Veils, Fans, a rich lot. Valencienes and Thread Lace Collars. A nico line of French Cambrics and Fancy Lawns. A new Kid Glove which surpasses any thine yet brought into this market, ami iror ranteil. All of which will be sold tit reasonable prices. Ladies will find it to their advantage to call and examine, for themselves. Pict-H and Cloak making in all its varieties under the skillful supervision of Miss Ellen Moore, long and favorably known to tho inhabi uiniBoi mis vuiage aim vieiniiv. 1-d-tb L V. KlMl'TOX. ASAHEI S. HYDE, Piai.llli IN Al.l. KINDS or First Class Groceries i DAIUIOW BLOCK, ST. AL11ANS, AT. Consisting in pait of Flour, Pork, Finh, Sutav, Teas, Ac. , etc. HAT AND CAP STORE, SOUTH MAIN STJU3ET The uiideivigucd keeps constantly on hand a inn supply or miTS, CAPS, FUJIS, GLOVES AND MITTENS, UMBRELLAS, GENT'S COLLARS, And au assortment of Gent's Furnishing goods in his line of trade equal to any in stylu and exiellenco of goods, and at reasonable prices. He has every thing in tho hat line, from com mon straw to the last style of silk hat, and can suit all. G. 1). SMITH. St. Albaua, Vt. May 12, 18G8. 1-d-tb Removed. Tlt. 8.S. OLAltK has removed to South Main XJ Stn Street. Oilico at his reside St. Albans, Vt., May. 2, 18GC 89-tf CLOTHING, Clothing for Spring t WM. N. SMITH A GO'S. SIUKESPEUE Coll&rs, of all kinds tt WM. N. SMITH 4 CO'H, T RICOT Backs at WM. N. SMITH & CO'S. CUT THIS OUT MOM.Y H'UNIMllKP II) V rOR YOUR PAPER Nixr.TF.r.N noi.t.vns IN GREENBACKS ASP THIS ADVKKTWKMKNT GOOD FOR TWENTY DOLLARS NlNt POI.I.UIH AND KI KT Y CKNTS GOOD FOR TEN DOLLARS One of these Advertisements will be accepted as one dollar on every cash purchase amounting to TWENTY DOI1X.ARS. nit ni rr ckxts ox .i rrnciusE or TEN DOLLARS. Olt TWKNTV-FIYK CKNTS on a 1'IUICIIASK of FIVE DOLLARS. Or a copy of the Vermont Transcript one Year Oil a Cash I'urriiasrof .ft.'W. -AT WHEELER AND BAILEY'S. We have in variety and style, not to be sui passed m Northern crmoni, BOOTS AND SHOES nriirlierv and Glass Ware. Leather and Slioe Findings. Also Agents lor tne GREAT NEW YORK TEA COMPANY dilVcivot kinds of Teas at (10 cts. 7(1 els. HI) i.tx.. !)() ets.. S1.00. $1.10. 1.15. HIlU Mm VI'I'V H'st at si.'Ai. Li) OM iio ami .u eis. and tho" very best at AO cts. livery thing in CUSTOM WORK In to order. Our stvles of worli roiisist, of Ladies' and SLisscs' Polish, high cut andllutton Itoots, of the lmest (piality ol Serge Kill mid ('alt Skins, anil of perteet pattern, ui (ieuts wear, we are the Acknowledged Champions ('iiiiMiuliiKT of (Ivfoi'd Ties, lialinoials. (iaitera and ItootH with or without the hox iocs, mane from tho real warranted FRENCH CALF Call eaiiv and often at the Wholesale and ltetail Cheap Cash Store. wnr.r.jjiii i ii.vji.rwi, 138-ly Main Street, opposite tho Court llouso. IXSUKAXCK. The undersigned will take ribks for either of the. following tirst class Insurance Companies: Home insurance Company OF NEW HAVEN Capital Stock, 81,000,000. International of New York. CAPITAL, $1,000,(100. Fire and Marine of Springfield. Capital MtoJc. S5()0,)0(. National Insurance oni pany, Boston, CAPITAL $300,000!! Insure against Firo and Marino Itisks. Not ex ceeding $110,000 on any ono ItisU. Each of tho abovo amounts of Stock paid in. M. HUf'K, Agent, Oilico over Weeks' store, St. Albans, Vt. Nov. 1st, 18C0. 11-tf. A PROCLAMATION. T7HEHEAS. tho St. Albans Iftmk. a corpora vv linn, iltilv ineornorated by tho Legislature of the State of Vermont, located and doing busi ness at St. Albans, in tho county of Franklin, has mado application to mo, requesting mo to issue a proclamation uesiiiiiiuig miinu uj for tho termination of tho existence of said cor poration: And whereas.it has been mado to appear tomo lh.it two.thirds of tho legal votes of tho stock holders of said corporation wero given in favor of h1i1 nnnlication. Now, thoreforo, I, Paul Dillingham, Governor of tho Stato of Vermont, in conformity with said nnnlication. and tho provisions of section eigh ty-six and eighty-seven of chapter eighty-nino of the, Genoral Statutes of Vermont, do hereby is buo my proclamation, and declaro that on the twonty-Afth day of March, A, D. 1808, the said corporation shall ceaso to exist as fully and with tho same effect as if said chart vr expired by tlin limitation thereof. In witness whereof, I have hereunto signed my namo ami caused tho beai ot tno htato to be hereunto aflixod, in Executive Cham hern at Waterburv. this 23rd day of Soo- L.S, tembcr, A. D. 1807, and of the independence of the United States the sust. TAUL DILLINGHAM. Hy the Governor, WM. 1'. DlLLlNOIlAM, Sec'y of Civil and Military Aaffairu. FOR NEW SPRING SUITS OF ALL KINDS, call at WM. N, SMITH & CO'S. Morton & Percy's, CD GO CD CD THK IYOT ACTION MACE ! ,V superior Suspender for Skirls or I'.inta 1 An uni'iiiialcd brace for tho Shoulders. Alwavs a Suspender. A brace or not at pleasure. 1th simplicity, (Uiralillitv, ease anil convenience commend it to every Lady, (lentleniaii, or Youth. Examine for yourself, and bo convinced that all herein stated is true. Prices, 75 cents, $1 00, M25.U50. ld-tf INSURANCE, Finn, LIFE, ACCIDENTAL, AND LIVE STOCK. In the best Companies, by M. 1HJCK, Ofllce St. Albans, Vt. over Weeks' store. ld-tf pll'OltTAXT TO STOCK OHOWKHS. Blood, Beauty, Speed, Kind ness and Endurance. Those who desire to raise first-class soldi, and all lovew of L'ood horses, are respectful) v in formed that the Hambletoniau trotting stallion, YOUNG DEXTER: ill stand for a limited number of mares the en suing season, at the Homestead Stock larni, Greenwich, aslungton County, r. .; season to commence on the 1st ot Jiav ami to run on t lie 1st day of September. Voting Dexter was bred at Chester. Orange County, N. Y i.i four years old. bv livsdvk's Ilambletonian, stands nearly II! hands hiuh. and is one of tho best of the net of his celebrated sire. Young Dexter is a half brother to Dexter. CSeorire Wilkes. Hi lino. Urn netto-allied to Mountain Itoy and other well known horses. Very evidently, from his size, shape, etc.. Young Dexter will not only bring gentle, tine and speedy stock, but alsohandsonio , ! ft., i " . ii ti . i carnage aim laiiiuv nurses us ucu. n is iii;uu- fcstlv for the. benelit of stock growers that they obtain not only the bent and most popular blood in the country, hut also that which commands the highest prices i-i market, and it requires no more lahor or care to raise, a good colt than an inferior one. It was with tho view to improve, the stock of horses in Northern Now York, Ver mont and New Hampshire, etc., that Young Dexter was purchased hy its present owner, Mr. 11. c. l'aco. r.ditor oi tne 'wc juurmuuio object being to benclit farmers and stock growers who aru willing to undergo thu euro and expense necessary to the raising of good horses. 1'or further particulars, terms, etc., address Homestead Stock l''arni.t!recnwicli. Washington County, v. k. u. sxii.vnoii, 21i)-tt Superintendent riAO THK WOUKING CLASS. Farmers, Me X ehanics, Ladies, and everybody. I am now prepared to furnish you with constant employ ment at yom homes- the whole, of your time, or in your spare moments. Business now, light and profitable. Fifty cents to $5 per evening is easily earned by persons of either sex, and tho boys" and girls earn nearly as much as men. Great inducements are olVercd those who will de vote their whole time to tho business, and, that every person who sees this notice may send me their address and test the business for them selves, 1 make the following unparalleled oiler: To all who are not well satisfied with the busi ness, I will send $1 to pav for the trouble of writing me. Full particulars, directions, c, sent free. A sample will bo sent by mail to all who Heiid 10 cents. Address F.. C. ALLKN, 21 t-lm Augusta, Maine. A' OKNTS WANTED FOlt MKX OF OTJl DAY! Or the Lives and Deeds of Generals, Statesmen, Orators and Political Leaders now on the Stage of Action, including Grant; Sherniai , Colfax, Sumner, Stanton, Sheridan, Yates, Curtin, Trum bull, Feuton, Buckingham, Wilson, Greeley, Wiulo. Morton. Philips. Farragut. Chase, Logan, Stevens, Ueeeher, Seward, linutwell, Dix, Ham lin, Fessenden, Howard, and others, with over forty life-like Portraits of Living Men. Sold on ly bv Agents. Great inducements. Send for circulars. ZKIGLEH, McCUltDY A- CO., 210-!lv (ill Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Claim AKonoy. T1Y recent enactments of Congress, all Sol- 13 diers who havo served three years and have received but flOO bounty from the United States, or who, having enlisted lorthreo vears, were dis charged in consequence of wounds, and tho wid ow, children, or parents of any soldier who en listed lor inreo years, uimer a promise oi oiuy $100 bounty, and who died in the service, are en titled to aii additional bounty of ONE HUN DRED DOLLAltS All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or toot, or havo incurred disability equivalent to the loss of hand or foot, are entitled to a largo increase of pension. All pensioned widows of soldiers or sailors are entitled to i.n increased pension of two dollars per month lor each child under sixteen years oi ;o. Claims of the abovo nature, and for arrears of pay, ollicers' extra pay, tor horses lost in the u, S. service, commutation of rations ol prisoners, of war anil prize money, will ho promptly proHe oiilnil I iv tmiillcitiiiii liv littter. enefosiiiL' din. charge troni service, will be attended to and the necessary papeis returned to pneant lor sig natures, Ac. L. A. hOW LLo, Ullleo over tno r irsi auouai jsaui!, St. Albans, Aug. 17th,18(i0. 123-tf IMPORTANT THEIR TO SOLDIERS AND WIDOWS. I notiiled that I am agent to transact all busi ness pertaining to pensions, homines ami uacit pay. uiaiins oi mo auovu uimuu can uo pre sented, and their ullowanees obtained, by appyl lug to WM. HltlDaKS. St. Albans, May linn, lauu. GENTS WANTKD FOR THE LIFE OF GEN. U. S. GRANT Hy Hon. Honrv 0, Doming. Tho oubj uovk of the kind issued timer the sanction and o.y the au thority of Grant himself. Tho author is well known as ono of tho most brilliant writers and eloquent orators in the country. Agents will And this ono of the most intensely iuterestui biographies over published in America, and wi meet with a ready sale. .VjFor particulars, address R. . SCKAISiU.N ,v lU, Asylum oireoi iiartroru, ci. aia-w 3 VERY Stylo of Frock Coats at 2j WM. N. SMITH k CO'S. O O TO WM. N. SMITH & CO'S for the liemla VX FaUnt buape collar. BY TELEGRAPH V llm IVvjiioh Daily Tmnfrrlpt. LATEST NEWS! FROM WASHINGTON, The Impeachment Trial ! fot- to be Taken To-Hiovroir, THE SICK SENATORS ! ! 1MPEA CUMENT REPORTED "GON VP." New York, May 13. The Tribune's special Washington despatch says : Besides those already summoned be fore the impeachment managers Evarts, Worden, Trumbull's son, and a western newspaper correspondent, and several of those known to have made bets upon how the difl'erent Senators are going to vote, will bo summoned, and be requir ed to make known the irrouml unon which, weeks before tho trial, they haz arded thousands of dollars. It is pro bable that important developments will be made, No committee work is boing transacted as impeachment absorbs all other business. A vote will certainly bo taken on Saturday if the indisposed Senators can be secured in attendance. Whether the trial be ended on Saturday or not both houses will adjourn pver un til after the Chicago convention. Tho Tlmex' despatch says the result of all the interviews with Henderson shows that he will certainly vote for acquittal on all the articlesMr. Vamyinklo will do the same. Mr. Fowler is doubtful. This gives the President only 18 votes 12 Democrats and 5 ltepublicans. He must have 19 and the additional man must come from tho Republicans. That man must be Anthony. Frclinghnysun, Spragao, or Wellny. Jt is perfectly cer tain that the two first cannot bo touched. The President cannotgetSpraguo,for lie lias tried it through the Chief Justice who is father-in-law of the Senator, and the lalier announced that his mind was settled and could not bo chanced : if Willcy votea for tho second article the 'resident will be convicted by a vote of 3(1 to 18. Tho World's desnatch savs the 10 Senators expected to vote against all the articles of impeachment are, Dem ocrats, Boyard, Buckalew, Davis, Di:.on, Doolittle, Hendricks, Johnson, McCurry, Norton, Patterson, ofTenn., Saulsbury, Vickors. ltepublicans, Fessenden, Fowler, Grimes, Henderson, Trumbull, Vanwinkle and Willcy. The Sitn'ti despatch says: Mr. Grimes is much worse, and now lies helpless. There is no probability at p 'escnt of his being able to reach the Senato Saturday, if he continues to fail as rapidly as he hivs, lie will never leave his room. He is not able to raise his right arm, and his leg is becoming benumbed. A motion to again postpone tho vote is being dis cussed, hut it is not likely to bo carried. New York 15. A Lima, Peru, Jotter of April 28th states that the Goverment decroo declar ing Pradoa Fitistor was ree'd by tho peo ple -with great indignation, and a meet ing was ealWl in which thu cheers were so loud tiio police at last wore eompoled to disperse the assemblage. New Haven, (Jt., 14. Tho Hon. James Dixon was to-night unanimously nominated to the United States Senate, by acclimation, by the Democrats of the Legislature. Gold 130J. LATEST. Special despatches from Washington this afternoon to Republican papers say that impeachment lias gone up. They accede 20 votes for acquittal on the 2d article and 24 on tho 11th. They term it a stampede of the careful ones to the side of tho President. WtttltotKiti Sold by Druggists Everywhere. In St. Albans by LEONARD, DRAINERD A CO. &c. HENRY k CO., Waterbury, Vt., Sol Agents. February 7th, 1SC8. 202-3w. LIQUID 8 M ooLons.