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VKIMOjSTT lAJT.Y rmANSCBTPT, JULY (, 1SG8.
Vermont DfdLy Transcript. ST. ALJJANS, VT. : Monday, July (I, :S'JS. Local Item?. In toiling matter, original or hi- j looted, may nlvuvs be found on the lirst i page. 1 Tin: passenger train i,v Hour's Point, . Ogdensburgh anil the We-t, which has! heretofore loft St. Albans uti'iTi p. in., 1 will on and after to-day lcav; u v:o.-(l as will be seen by reference to tho mivc r tisement on the first page of tho Th.v-.k- C1UPT. The venerable mother of the Hon. A. O. Aldls died at Prattleboro Saturday afternoon, at the advanced ago of !)7yrs. llor remains will arrive in St. Albans this evening, and her fuiu-ral will take place to-morrow from tho l!ipiM..M,.i church. The hour or the funeral has not boon definitely, decided upon. -m . ..I. ' 4H The (iforions roiirti. Death OF Majou Tennmiy.YVo are pained to annoiinoo the death of Major Itarvcy Tenney, who died of Erysipelas after an illness of live days, at his resi dence In St. Albans on tho evening of ! .Inly 4th, aged 01 years. Major Tenney J was Master llridge Huildor of tho Ver l inont Central and Vermont and Canada j Kallroads, and has been in the employ ; of tho company about seventeen years. ' He wiw emphatically the master of his business, an honest man, and the i managers of tho road hud the fullest ' oonlldenco in his qiiallllcations and in ! tegritv. He was, wo believe, a native of Lebanon, X. II., Whore his remains The I ninth nt lllehj'oi'd. j THE HACKS. i Tho Fourth passodofl'qulotly in Hlch- j ford how could it be otherwise with the thermometer at W. degrees in the shade, and scarcely a breath of air stil ling? The heat and dust wore enough to ninkc one long for lee, or a residence in the northern part of "Wnll-Hussia." Again your Correspondent is indebted to ('apt. L. Hocni., Secretary for the full report of tho "Annual Races' which came oil' hero on tho Hiehford Tootting Park. On Friday evening there Wore two balls in this place, at tho Union and THE BEST IN THE WORLD I STONE & MURRAY'S C I R C - U S ! WILL KXIHIHT IN ST. ALBANS, i .1 .... ! il I'llli!- ill llllf II '"" 11 a ".. Z. : I; American Houses. All unite in saying una "'". "K- c. ... - ,,.. vorv nleasant allairs. I am M....:il At. ......... I V .1 nil- . . . .Ul'lllll, .MCWIii III ! -WW. ..., A&. 4... If (ho l)2d ann Ivor.-ary of American independence was not celebrated enthus iastically in St. Albans on tho 4th it was celebrated with spirit and satisfac tion, we think. There was a largo turn out, and the park and streets pro.-entcd aory animated appearance. Tho ex treme heat of tho day induced more (pilot than is usual upon "the day wo celebrate," and gaily dressed groups chatted, reclining under tho shadoof spreading trees Hue Tityrus under his beach, and thanking the goddess of Liberty for their otitim. The programme published in our pa pe on Friday was carried out in foim if not exactly in time. Tho Water Witch tire company, of Northfleld, with their tiro engine beautifully decorated, came in early' in the uiornintr. Doctor d'eorge Xichols, Secretary of State, is Foreman of this company, Fiank V. Clatur Fint Assistant, and Mr. Robbins Second Assistant. Our own companies, Washington No. I, and Fron tier Xo. 2, headed by the St. Albans Hrigadc Band, marched down to the de pot in tine style to receive the Xorthlleld company. A very beautiful decorative feature of each engine con sisted in placing two little girls, elegant ly dre-t-od, upon them, amid the wreaths and banners. Those on Washington Xo. 1 wore children respectively of Mr. Swett, foreman of the company, and Mr. Xorwich, first assistant ; those on Frontier Xo. 2, of Mr. J. P. Fisk, foreman, and Mr. K. Camp ; and those on the Water Witch were Miss Alice Fastman and Miss Rosanna Mack, of St. Albans, and a little son of Mrs. Rates, of Xorthfield wan put in as an ap propriatc "thorn amid roses." The Plattsburg lire company, lloricon Xo. :t. came over bv the new ferry, but without their engine, as the authorities of that place would not consent to its absence. The Pittsburgh Band accom panied them, and gave us some excel lent music. The Green Mountain Mar tial Band, from Fairfax and Westford, was present also, and elicited abundant admiration. As there was but one company present from abroad, with an engine, tho eon- test for the moderate prize ofl'ered was of course impossible; but the prize of $100 was given, nevertheless, to the Water Witch, and the one of SAO to tho gentleman representing lloricon Xo, though it was won, we understand, by Frontier Xo. 2, in a friendly competition outside the regular nroirrammc. In this competition each company used .'501) feet of hose, and threw as follows: Washington Xo. l.ofSt. Albans, 151 feet 11 inches. Water Witch, Xo. 2, of Xorthfield, 150 feet. Frontier Xo. 2, of St. Albans, 15(i feet. The Xorthfield firemen were enter tained at dinner by the Frontiers, at the Wolden House. The Pittsburgh company, of which Mr. John Smith isi 1 ktv. Charles 11. Clark, together with a considerable number of tho bridge builders and emnlovees of the road ac companied the remains resting place. A special ly draiied in mourning toi tu, funeral cortege. on uio uopoi .,, HaiiI(,.i I5uldings floated to-day at Iik ,,,, .u.,.0nt of this sad dispensation ot i i,.,u.(.. Many there are who will read this an nouncement with sorrow and will long mourn the loss of a faithful associate, a true friend, valued citizen, a modest and an upright man. to their final car hoautiful was sot, apart Tho flags up- informed that there were about eighty couple at each house. P. Records of doings over tho Hiehford trotting park .Inly 4th wore as follows: 1st purse of $2o,('0, open to all trotting horses 1 years old and under, mile heats best 2 in I! to hat ness. Entries. X. Andonon.ch. h., Roder ick ; L. K. Armington, b. m. Betsey; A. L. Hall, ch. h. Sam Jones. (Betsey Jrawn.l Won bv Boderick. 3:183:17. ,i ,. ' . . - of S2.VH), open to all trolling trotted for public to harn- TUESDAY JULY AT 2 7TH. XUiHT AT hor.-es that in money, mile heats bosi .. . Tiu;Conci:ut. A hamUomc audience welcomed (ho Mount Wa.-hingfon Rand Fiiday night, in Academy Hall, and the entertainment was a satisfactory one, some parts of il being exceedingly tine. The best of the entertainment was tho singing by Miss Butler. She has a sweet voice, of fair compass, and filled the hall occasionally with notes is musical as any birds. Mr. Kendall ilto gave some pleasing vocal music, and wax funny enough in his "trip to Xiagara," in which lie hit oil" the "old gent" capitally. Wo think no one re- rotted his presence at the concert. What we said above about tho audl- ance Doing a nunasomc one, may no taken with a double meaning, if the re marks of Major Gibson, lately here, con tains a fair judgment and wo are not oing to throw any doubt upon it. Tho gallant old soldier said, ladies, that M. Albans contained the best looking wo men, talcing mom an togotner, ami in dividually, of uny place he was ever in; and that there was more beauty here than in tho city of Boston. Los i". A copy of tho London Timen, of June 21st , and a copy of runcli. The finder will confer a favor by leaving them at the office of the TitANsritii'T. A Ltijf Sermon. Ti:.vt. I'lattxburili JtepiMUan,,Iulj. l'he Vermont Daily Transcript, pub bed at St. Albans, has reached its forty-fifth number, and appears to bo gaining daily in manner and matter. W. P. Davis and auioxt jjahnks are the editors. Tho weekly Tramermt is one of the largest as well as best printed sheets in Vermont. We wish our neigh bors all pecuniary success. i)ip orissi:. Subscribe, and pay. Xoti:. It may not bo improper to add that there will follow a satisfactory benediction, with recessional music, by tho family choir. X. B. Xo passing around hats. Entries, Geo. Barber b. in.; O. M. Harvey br. m. Kitty; S. L. Green rh. h. Crazy Tim ; Sylvester Chadwick gr. h. Honest John. Barber Mare and Kittv drawn. Won by Honest John, 3: 2.-, 3:24. 3d purse of S?50, open to all horses that never won a Hist class purse, mile heats best 3 in 5 to harness. Entries. O. M. Harvey hi. h. Spin dleshanks; Thos. Tiorcnny oh. h. Lim ber Jim ; (Sen. Stern gr. h. Wilderness. Spiiidloshanks drawn. Won by Lim ber Jim in 3:lo 3:2 2:55. 4th purse of $1,50. $50, to the 2d best horse, open to all trotting horses, mile heats best 3 in 5 in harness. Entries. Peter McEininy I), in Flora; O. M. Harvey sr. in. Honest Fanny; Hiram Seoley hi. m. Black Bird. Hon est Fanny drawn, Black Bird diawn after 2d heat. $100, won by Flora. $50, won by Black Bird. Time. 3:2 2:55 2:40. 5tb purse of $25, open to all running horses owned in Franklin County, pre vious to dale of bill, half mile heats, best 3 in 5 to saddle. Entries. Bradford Sherwood ch. h. Gen. Lee; L. E. Armington b. m. Lady Hall ; O. M. Harvey br. in. Flying Squirrel. Flying Squirrel excluded, being from Canada, but allowed to go for Pools, not winning a heat. 1st boat, won by Gen. Loo. Time, 5S sc. 2d heat declared a dead heat, between IhoLady and General. 3d 4th, and 5th heats, won by Lady Hall. Time. 50 5(i 1 :3. AFTERNOOX lJuorH open one hour picUimih. AiliniHi(ia V, - Children under ten ,ear- Me. Thin i tho only FIRST CLASS EXHIBITION That will vinit Veiniont this season. Stone At Murray De-iro to titinouneo the, Second Tour o!' their Po pular Circus, tlirmiL'h the Stale, and to repeal thrii- earnest thani.H for tht nmn.v favor.-. '.. : Mowed upon them diiiiu;: the of Stone, Rosston & Murry's Circus in 1865. rally appreeiatiiiK the kintlucpM and Kenero.-'ily shown them in their elVorts to ninltso their pat rons in 18(!o, it shall lie thu constant aim of Stone A- Murry to render their Circus worthy of the continuance of public conlldelice and support. The Proprietors have no hecitation in sixmo ing the citizens of Vermont, that The Same Predominating Features Which cave this Circus, in 1HI1."), an exalted lepu- tation for excellence and rcspeetahihtx . will govern it this season. Stone &. Murray enddivor, by a well directed um of the r. .resources at their command, to mane "'mioiiB tho most THE GOLDIE BROTHERS, (leorne, Henri and (Maude, the pcerlcKM Sennit tionnl (Ivmnasls. GEORGE OOOKE, nolid Khuhsh Protean Character Itider. First season in America. MR. DEN STONE, I'Mllful Doctor of Fun. and Popular Hu morist, ntnl MR. NAT AUSTIN. merry Monarch of Clonus, and faunltc jester, will pn side in the department of mirth, ami turuisn, irom tneir mumnceui mini oi wit and humor, sparUlini; ideas and happy fancies. MR. HARRY NORTH, most exneit tuinWcr in the World. MR. BURT JOHNSON, champion leaper and vaulter. MR. GEORGE MURRAY, (Irotcsipie Comedian. MR. T. WILLIAMS. emailahle pancratist. MR. JAMES GAYNOR, The amazing F.qtiilibrist. The The The The The The The i The chief attaches will lie aided liy a complete force of Auxiliary Talent, the whole forming tho most Mi BY TELEGRAPH To Hit' 'ennnitl lilil;l 'JYiltiKm'l LATEST NEWS! National Democratic Convention. nor. suYMOun muswext Prospects of Candidates, The Fourth at the "Hub. linlliiint Circus Troupe in the World Actually embracing nion impaiiies in allil the ! any three i'roi. (.. Hrst -elans talent than thiH count. y pussexs. coming llutehinsi.ti'H Wi.nderl'nl anil Sagacious Refined and Intoi !?a Ever Given. Cram! Isle Countf llepnhfiemi Convention. The Union llcnubliean voters of (jrand Isle County are requested to meet at Hie Court House in Xortli Hero on Saturday, August Id. 1808, at 11 o'clock, A. .M., to nominate a senator ami County Ollleers for the year ensuing. 11! II. KkYKOIjDS, ) .. II. CiiAJinniUiiN, V Committee. J. M. Uawhicax, J j ,JJLL , ,,. I....,., , ilcent hoynod all precedunl, Stom.''.V W.1.? V.' made special eiifagemenls with sevoral Foreign Areni Celobritices, Whose marvelous talents cNcited tho wonder and won the admiration of the Kuropean Capi tals; and it will he observed by reading the cata logue of attractions, that manv of the lVribriu- . .. ... 1 .1... ... 1. ( is aim rcauues w men uiatie uie cmiioiuous si popular in tiilio, arc with the Circus now. The miscellaneous att.iinciucnts of the extra largo Troupe of Performers have acquired a per- lection wnien no pre ions auenijns uaM' leacneci, suierecdiiig in Splendor and Novelty All Exhibitions that have, since I essayed lo amuse the public, and Beyond the Resources Of anv other Inhibition, of v.liatever Kind, to imitate. Many of the AeU and Fcals are eutire lv new in Aineiica. and will be executed by Artists Having no Paraluls in their Amazing apcciames. Look at this Grand Array of Sensational itiiiern, F.iuotioual Gymnasts, Phenomenal erolials, the most Wonderful in tho Universf I i&CTING BOGS C T K N Ci BO AND DEN STONE'S JOCOSE MULES ! A e lixed features with this Circus, and their re marliable portrayals of animal Intelligence will continue to atl'oiil rich themes for amusement. Stom: A Mciip.v'h ('huts will Exhibit in Bur lington, .lulv -1; Milton .lulv (I; Franklin,. TulvS; Hiehford, .Inly 0. Tickets will be for sale three days in aiUnucc at K. 11. Huntington's Jewelry .Store. NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT, ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868, AN l.MHA FOUR-HORSE 00A0H Will i mi from Albans lows : to Sheldon, as fol- p. in, heme Si. Albans eerv day at '1 n'eloc Ariive at Sheldon ai i o'clock p, in. Leave Sheldon at S o'clock a.m. Arrive at St. A, bans at 10 o'clock a. m. II. .TKNNISO.N, Proprietor. St. Albans, May LVith, 1SCN. dl.Vtf GUARDIAN MUTUAL ! Life Insurance Oompany ! M'DLLB EM1LIE HENIUETTA,! The Cuaceful and Hashing Parisian Kipicslrien nn, tho most brilliant and dating- Lady Itider ever seen. Her fust bcason in America. Mile Henrietta will appear at each Exhibition in her Grand Equestrian Act, executed in the same fascinating stylo which won for her tho applause of Europe. OF XUW YOUK. foreman, andiMr. Itogers 1st Assistant, Htopi)ed with the Plattsburgh band and the Clrcen Mountain Martial baud, at the American. Capt. Smith possesses a prize trumpet M'orth $150. During the firing of the military sa lute a premature discharge of the Xapo leon 12-pounder occurred, which fortu natoly resulted in no great injury. The rammer of the piece was sent across the park, severing a limb of good size from one of the trees, and "entering the base ment window of tho post-olllee. One or two serving tho piece woro also stunned, but received no severe injuries. The cause of tho explosion was tho insertion of tho cartridge without sponging out tho piece. A largo number of people were present in town, and seemed to enjoy tho time acrecably and quietly. It cannot be mid that the celebration was a very jub ilant or enthusiastic all'air, and so far its the tournament is concerned it was a failuro ; yet tho day was passed plcas antlyjnnd on the whole, the celebration was worth all it cost, probably, and is not nn objectof regret to thoso concerned in it. There was littlo intoxication exhibi ted in our town, and no disorderly con duct, except, we believe, in tho case of A .tit A 1 f 1 1 a leminino ciiizon oieoior, irom auroau, who was in favor of force on her own part, but opposed to it on tho part of tho police, wnoso arrangements were admirable ana eitective. Xor Ai'PHKfiATEi). As nn evidence that we cannot all see matters alike wo print an item from tho Vermont Itc- cortl, concerning a valued patron and contributor. It would sceirrthat the llc eoril is a littlo severe. It says : Won't the editor of the Transcript at St. Albans catch andcage "Agricola" lor tho Golden Menagerie of Van Ainuurgh & Co? AVo think for apparently uncon scious silliness, and total lack of percep tion, we never saw or nenru row oi "Agricola's" equal. A Xkw Stage. Mr. Horace JennI son has put a now stage on the route be twecn St. Albans and ltielilord. It was built in Concord at a large expense and is in every respect a handsome "institu tion." Tlio"Major" is to be congratulat ed on the fine appearance of the several stage teams of which ho is tho gentle manly and obliging proprietor. NOTICE. MIE co-partnership existing under tho name of Hitchins k Fennof is this day c.issolvcd. All debts will be paid by Hitchins, and all smith due the firm must bo paid to the same. d:W-lw k w22l-4w T A CARD. Water Witch, Xo. 1, fire company, of Xorthlleld, respectfully return thanks throuah the Thansoiui't to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Eastman for decorating their onginewith young ladies; and also to Frontier Company, Xo. 1, for tho goner ous entertainment received at their hands, on tho Hh of July. GEO. XICHOLS, Foreman Water Witch, Xo. 1, Xorthlleld. Stone and Muiuiay's Cincus. This Circus exhibited in Burlington on tho 4th of July and tho Times thus speaks of it: The circus had its grand entree, after tho most "magnificent stylo," as set forth in tho illuminated posters, and their performances during tho day and ovoniner afl'orded much fun to their au diences. The troup, though suH'ering under great disadvantage, " Jeiinc Burto" Heine; incanacitrted by severe illness from appearing, gave a splendid entertainment. The eccentrically oof tnmed clowns, John Henry Cooko in his wonderful equestrian, juggling feats, and tho extraordinary performances of Millo Ellsher on tho tight-rope, gave tho show a popularity which thoy well deserve. The recelps were apout $2000. NOTICE. Mr. F. L. Goodspced'H New Housn at Missis- tpioi Springs, is now ready for th - rvroptiou ol boarders. d!l.")-tf GRAHAM FLOUR. A Superior article of Graham Flour, for sab at th storo of ISAItNES ,V CltOWEEV, (M-tf Lake Street. IC. l.K.Y VK.WS, .Successor to 11. It. liow J, mail. Flour and Grain Merchant. Choice brands of Flour ahvavs on hand at low priyes. i.. ll. -vt.... ICf.Q 'l'l IF EVERY S.ADY Ti:.sini:s admiration. To be admired, they I must possess lleauty and Intelligence. Most every one has intelligence, anil ALL OAN BE BEAUTIFUL Uv usinu' the PAIM1IAN I.OT1A.V, the hit. and most wonderful of all tho cosmetics, liy its use all ninths and freckles are removed, the skin becomes clean and transp.ucnt and the check roseate with tho hue of youth. The l'aphiun Lotion can be louml at THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE! And nisi) a most complete assortment of all tin jet articles. The new and fragrant Klor le Ma yo, and the delicious wood Violet, nml all other clioico and fragrant perfumes. HAIR DRESSINGS AND DYES I l'uffand Powder lloxes. Coloirncs. Toilet Soaps Teeth washes and Powders. Finishes: such as Hair, Teeth, Nail, Infant. Ac, Ac. Call and see the beautiful ncccBsitics and lux urics for the toilet even if you'do not wish to buy JUST RECEIVED As full a slock of pure Oruj; as can be found hi the State of Vermont, together with Itesinoids, Fluid Extracts, and all articles required in a i'hvsicians or domestic practice. Wiuruntcd pure and of lirst quality. This stole will be dcrxiild by none in St. Albans. Trusses, Shoulder Unices, Supparlei'ai, Ac,, and every thing kept in a well regulated lmg Store. A All Policies by their terms Non For- 'f ! A I- I Tcnuuie. DIVIDENDS CO.MMEXCK 2d YUAH. I'mlil.-- nil Dieidctl Ainmn I'tiHei Holder. MYRON BUCK, General Agent For Vermont, ST. AI.llAX.S, VT. tl'Utll, in it is THE GEE AT JOHN HENRY ! Tho superb defianeo Champion Equestrian and Tliauniaturgie Artiste, late director of the Cirque Napoleon, Paris. His first season in Ameiica. 'ei.to ;i Mn ,...,.iv.v... .iii .i;i,i,i- l.w v.. . uiin iiiiiiii, I,...' 1 1. .. .... ..... ..... ..- niarkable talents in his oiiginal retrovert jug gling Feats on a hift running st 'cd, and in his complex liK'taninrphosic act of Lcs Kains Gro- tesquo i Mile. JEANETTE ELLSLER, 'The unequalled Tight-Hope. DanseuHc. llor lirst season m America. At the prcneiit tinui there is much competition among Lib' Insurance Companies, anil many agent, are far too regardless of the statements when soliciting for risks, benci ail important lor persons intend. ng to insure their lives, to insure only with agents whom tliev know to be reliable, again it is ahvavs most satisfactory for parties assured to have their risks with Local agents, then there is no dillicul ty or (lunger ot loss in transmitting premiums, I'ersoiis iiitcntliug to insure tneir lives win nn it for their advantage to seethe agent of the Guardian Mutual before insuring elsewhere d-:)l-lt.iw-221-hv. ( ENTS' FUItSIKHIXG GOODS OF ALL JT KINDS, von will find at WM. N. SMITH k CO S. Miss EMILY COOKE, The splendid English Manege Equestrienne, (her lirst season in America,) who will illustrate) the Classic Graces of Itoad Equestrianism on her thorough-bred English Itaeer, the famous Flying Scud, LE JEUNE BURTE, S. R. DAY, AGENT. St. Albans, Vt. June. 1H(W. tll-tf RUHBEH Coats, all kinds. at SMITH ACQ'S. The Premier liarebacU Horseman. Champion Iliilor ot tlio worm. MURRAY AND HUTCHINSON, Tho Excelsior Acrobats. -Tho originators or a new scries of Novol Performances. I'lifiMiix .Mutual Life Insurance Co. OK HARTFOItl), CONN. A iavorablo opportunity is presented to ener getic and reliablo business men who can devote their entire time to the business, to represent this old. staunch, and most successlul Life Com pany, in unoccupied territory in thu State ot Vermont. Tho many popular features peculiar to the. l'hirnix Mutual, and the great advantages it offers to tho insuring public its fuiedoin from lestnctions on travel anil occupation -its non forfeitable policies its liberal premium system the economy of the manag ment, and its larg annual dividends, render it the most profltalili Com anv to Agents desirous oi realizing a iianil some competency ly tneir enterprise and cm-i gy. .pjuy i" i . ii. haul ui;i, Stato Agent I'lei'iux .Mutual LUoJns. i'o. dii-tf Fiiion lil.ick, ltutland, Yt. E 7VE1IV Stvle of Frock Coats lit WM. N. M.M1TH A GO'S. Farm For Sale. rPIIE snbso iber oilers for sale his farm Ivin I in Westford, in the County of Chittenden containing two hundred and twontv-flvo acres liuildings all new. Lncation on a good road one mile troin the village : near school and church, well fenced -running water to thohouso mid barns an abundance of fruit. Two good Hiiirar orchards : all the Farming. Dairy mid Siurar tools. Also, with or without slock on tho farm, Tho above farm will keop forty cows and team through the year, l-orfurthwr particular. inquire or tlm suosenocr on tlio premises. JOSEPH H. CHASE. Westford, .1 uuo Hid, 180S. 22;twtf. New Yokk, July (I. Tlio delegates to the Natlounl Dcinu- eiatic Convention usKenibled In this city on Satunlay. Attilioul (innrter pastil o'clock t he doors were opened for the admission of delegates and of Hpoclators who luid tickets. There were a few ladies scatod in arm chairs at tho right of the Chair, and two or three hundred were leserved at the left, Cor editors and correspondents. Susan 15. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton had scats. Thev hud conic to see whether the Democia.., . .,, nof , tUc5r ijttu, plank, labelled "woman's rights." Pew ofthe delegates arrived until about 1 o'clock. At that hour tho music of the bands and shouting on the outside indi- itcd an arrival, and the several de legates Ihen entered one after another and took the seats assigned thcni. The position of seats had been decided by lot. Vermont and Texas were seated together, as also Massachusetts and South Carolina. At a little past Hi Mr. 'ert'ine of New York called the eon- cntiou to order, and Mr. Augustus Hel- moiit, of N. Y. welcomed the conven tion to Tammany Hall, and proposed lion. Henry L. Palmer of Wisconsin, for temporary Chairman, and he was looted to that place lie made a very brief speech, after which Mr. Morgan, I'linity Church oflered prayer, 'lhe call for tho Convention was then read, it the suggestion of lleyster Clymor, o 'a. The question of perm'ttin terri tories to be represented on committee was raised, discussed, and decided nega tively. Committees on credentials, permanent organization, and resolu tions were then appointed. On credentials, New Humps-hire is represented by John Proctor, and Ver mont by Waldo llrigham. On resolu tions, Henry V. Murphy, of N. Y., chairman, Mr. Campbell of N. II. , and others. After the reading of the Decla ration of Independence, by Mr. I'errine, the Secretary, (ho Convention adjourn ed until to-day, Monday, at 10 o'clock. Tho Committee on permanontorganiza tion decided by a vote of 18 (015 to make Horatio Seymour permanent President, md lie was notified and accepted. Tammany Hall, N. Y. July 0. The Convention was called to order by (Jen. Palmer, the temporary chairman, nt 1 before 11 o'clock. Prayer was of fered be Hew Wm. Quinn. (Jen. Mor gan, ot Ohio moved that the Convention extend courtesies to tho Workingmen's Convention. This was carried without objection. Mr. Clyiner, of Pa., from the committee on organization, submitted a list of ollleers. Tlio name of ox-Oov-ornor Horatio Seymour, of New York, for President of the Convention, was received with hearty cheers. The name of Dr. Olds, who has been a political prisoner, as Vice President for Ohio, was received with applause. The rules of (he Chicago Convention for 180-1 were reported for thegovernnient of the Con vention, (iov. IHglor, of Pa., and (ion. Wade Hampton, of South Carolina, con ducted (iov. Seymour to tho chair, amid great applause in the galleries, and si lence on tho lloor. (Iov. Seymour then addressed tho Convention. Huston, July 0. The 1th was celebrated in this city on an extensive plan. Tho arrangements were much more than usually exten sive, and tho occasion generally unsur passed by any previous celebration. Tho heat was Intense New Youk, July 0. The friends of Pendleton are still ac tive, and do not seem to gain strength. Tho Chase men work more quietly, but are quite as active, though Ills strength will not be developed on the first bal lot. Thoy are In no hurry, and hope to wear out the Western men. The posi tion of tho soldiers hurt Pendleton's chances very much. The World says Now York supports Sanford E. Church Dissolution. The co-nartnerahin heretofore existing unde the stylo of Sonic A llentloy, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All demands duo tho linn are hereby transferred toA.G. Soulo, and all liabilities 'to be settled by said Soulo, who will continue the business at tho old stand. A. O. SOULE, Fairfield, Juno iiid, lHKS, II. E. HENTLHY. KNOltllY Stvlcs of Spring Hats and Caps nt WM-N.SMmi ACQ'S. Gl O TO WM. N. SMITH A COV5 for firay's T Patent Moulded Collar. YOUTHS Clothini; of all kinds at WM, N, SMITH iCO'S, in faith, but no one believes it. Chase's last letter is regarded as his highest bid for tlio nomination, and lie seems to have entirely Identified with the Dein erats. Hancock is not much talked of, except among tho soldiers. During a riot at a Fenian pic-nio at Bellevue Gardens on tho 4th, tlio police were at tacked with muskets and swords by somo soldier of tlio 81th Fenian regi ment, but tho polico speedily overcome them and quieted tho disturbance. Gold H0J.