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Vermont Dai ly Trail sci'i pt. i ST. ATiJJAXf, VT. : Wi dnksday, July 8, isu. Local Items, JGiay Interesting matter, orlglnnl or se lected, mny always bo found on the first ptua-. Noriri:. The members of (he Eagle lime- Hell Club will meet at the olllee of Dewy it Noble this evening, July 8, nl it o'eloek. ISy order of Committee. CltoM Howun. John .1. Diuvrrr, Esq., one of (he Vermont delegated to the New York Convention, 1mm our, thanks for New York papers containing the full proeeed Iiu'm of the Convention. Dinw.s'ni),-One of our State ex change of the 7th, under Its editorial head, in leaded matter, announces the drowning on " Sunday last," which would be July 5th, of 5 negroes in (bo Saltilln river. Ah (he drowning occurred about two weeks since, the negroes musl have been buried by this time, and we hope our contemporary will make an editorial note of it, when the proper time arrives. Ol it Daily. Those wishing !o secure eopii h of our daily paper can do so nt Mir ideld's and linker's bookstores, as well as of farriers, and at" (he olllee. Copies of our weekly paper may abo be had at these places. lM:i,rAsi;i). We are plca.-cd (o learn that some ill'i bands of Keroseiw Oil belonging to the St. Albans Oil Co., s.-iz'vl by Collector Crane in April last for an alleged violation of the Rev enue law, has recently been released by the Commissioner of Interanl revenue, after a full investigation of the faeti in the tase by a special Agent of the De pavtmeiit. It, wiy, we understand, fonc' tled in the outset, that (here was a technical violation of the law in re moving the oil from the .Refinery with out reporting the fame and paying (he tax thereon, but that there was no in tention of fraud in the transaction ; hence the lesult is gratifying not only to the Company, but the community generally. o A Stuangk Visrroit. A young seal was to be seen tit the American Hotel in this village on Tuesday, it having hivn caught, in the Gulf of St. Law rence, by a sailor, and brought hero by a gentleman who is in the pain-curing business. Probably no such animal ever visited our town before. 'Wo are sorry that our estimable County clerk did not secure him as the "olHcial seal" of Fialiklin County. - DliATH OK JlTlKiK BlJNNKTT. .ItlllgC Milo L. Bennett, of Burlington, died in Taunton, Massachusetts, at the resi dence of his son, Edward 11. Dennett, on the 7th inst., aged 7!) years'. The Times in a notice of him, says he was born in Litchfield County, Conn., and was a classmate at Yale and at Judge Iteeve's law school, of Samuel S. Phelps, and came to Manchester, Yt., to prac tice his profession, and that his name was in the Vermont Deports more than lifty years ago. lie held the position of Judge of the Sunrcme Court in this State for twentv years. VKKMONT IIlSTOlUC'AL SOCIETY. A special meeting of the Yermontllistori- eal Society will be held nt Rutland, July !JUi anil ;;utli. Tlie Society Jiavo ap pointed George V. Houghton, F. A Fisher, and Henry Clark, a committee to arrange the literary exercises of the meeting, in connection with Hon. John 15. Page, one of the Curators of the So ciety. The Society have also appointed as a local committee of arrangements Col. George A. Merrill, Dev. Silas Aik en, 3). IX, Dev. Norman Seaver, I). I). Hon. John Prout, Ed win Edgerion, Esq., Clias. C. Dewey, ICsq., John N Baxter, Esq., and AVm. A. Burnett, Esq. .interesting aimresses anil miners are being prepared by well known gentle men of the State, for this occasion. A definite programme will be announ ced in a few days. - n Asiusksiuxts. Stone & Murray's cir cus gave an entertainment hcreentirely satisfactory in manner and matter to the line audience which welcomed it Tuesday night, and it has gone on its way (o delight other towns. In our columns an advertisement proclaims the coming of another excellent circus, which helps during the winter months to entertain New Yorkers. The manag ers of tho coming circus have been long in tho business, and have had steady successes. Some of them were the orig inators and conductors of the Hippo drome, which embellished and enter tained upper New York in 1803, and tho present agent took the first and last tickets at tho door of that great circus establishment. After the New York circus there will perhaps be something elso to entertain, and if it bo as unex ceptionable as the circus of Tuesday, it will secure patronage. To-day tho citizens of Swanton are enjoying the wonders of u menagerie, anil Franlcun wis tne circus. J Mr. John Nelson succeeded Mr. Hen ry C. Rood in the rcMauinnt at the de pot to-day. Mr. Nelson in well fitted for his new vocation, having had a large experience In hotel business -in early life, at Troy and Lake George, N. Y.I He received (lie appointment of Deputy Collector of Customs a( House's? Point In 1807, nud dischnificd his duties to the satisfaction of all. He aflerwaids le signed the position, and accepted the appointment of mall agent, which lie be also resigned to accept the position of Express Messenger in 1800, since which lime he has been employed between Montreal and Mujlinglon. He leaves the Express with the host wishes of his employers, and with hosts nf li lends in that and other services. Y'e do not doubt (bat he will make the res(auian( it the depot popular and profit -ible, moieso man it lias heen under tne niana'.'enient ot the late incumbent. We predict that the change will prove fortunate to (he traveling public. Mr. .M. Kendall, of the Cliesbhe railroad, takes the place vacated by Mr. Neboii. Thi' !,ttst Chanter of Earth's !iin- iorij tii I'rriiiont. 1!Y l'ISOl". W. 1). GCXJilNl!. Near (he frozen well of Brandon, it self a geologic wonder, isn stratum of clay containing brown coal and one ot the ores of iron. The coal is little more than charred wood. The texture i not wholly destroyed. Nuts and fruit abound in the stratum. The marking on many of the nuts h quite distinct even tothe naked eye. Thcmicioscopc reveal.-! the structure so perfectly that we do not hesitate to lel'er some species to an order ol trees belonging clnelly to the torrid zone. The buckthorn and star apple of the south are almost the only representatives of the order in our country, intlieageol tliese Jirandon clays, Vermont had a tropical climate and tho slopes of the Green Mountains were clad in palm and stately sappouu las. Clay strata of the same ago in Martini's Vineyard and in Virginia con tains the bones and teeth ot whales and the teeth of gigantic sharks. TheDran- don clay tells you that in some time ong ago (he western slopes ol (he Green Mountains formed (he shore of a tropi cal sea and tho clays of Gay Head tell you what leviathans peopled that Ter tiary sea. Phesc Ternary strata as the P.randon hold the record of a recent period of earth historv. Two fads will give us a vague conception of Vermont history Alter the lormalion ol lirandon clay and coal. The State is covered Avifh gravel, clay or sand forming what we hall call "l he Drill." inline drill at Ad. Holly men have discovered the re mains of a great, elephant. The masto don that was (he name was a third larger than the living elephant. In a deposit overlying this bowlder Drill,- in the town ot UharJoite, the nones 01 a whale were found. Elephants and whales once in Vermont! How vast and vague the ages since the Brandon clay ! the age lroin the elephant to the whale ! Have tliese ages left any record on (he rocks which science may deci pher? In every town in the state, you will find loose, transported masses of gran ite, quartz, slate or green stone. Bowl ders we call them. By studying the rocks in the mountains and ledges, we in most alwavs trace these bowlders back to their parent beds. IiiAVhiling ham. you inav see a bowlder which weighs about (1,-100 tons, and the charac ter ol the roelc ldentihes it with the Green Mountain range which lies north westward over the valley of Deerfield river. Hundreds of bowlders lie strewn all over the State, which can be traced to mountains or ledges in the north or northwest. And in almost every (own, ledges of rock are found planed down, polished and scratched the scratches or grooves running generally, south ward. You will find tliese scratches high unon t he mountains ; on Mansfield mountain, above the chin. Some tre mendous lorce, there, ha.i acted on the earth, moving southward, crushing tho rocks into gravel, and sowing (he hills and valleys with bowlders. The Hood overtopped the Green Mountains and scored Mansfield to the "Chin," and M(. "Washington, up 5,200 feet froiu the sea level, insucu a siccten as tins, i cannot give the facts which load us to sav that this was an "ice Hood." Since the time of the Brandon elays; the State has passed from a .tropical climate to a polar. It has been' under a vast sheet of glacial ice. "When the ice period had passed it was peopled by gigantic ele phants. Then the face of New Eng land, New l orlv and the provinces sunk, at least five hundred feet, and part ol tho totate hecanio the Dottom ol an ocean tenanted by whales. And those changes could not have been paroxys mal. Glacial epochs are periodical. Provision lor glacial winters, desolating the earth and scourging tliegranite into soil, is fixed as deeply in the constitu tion of nature as tho provision for a win ter every twelvemonth. I'jaen is rhythmical, our winter coming with the veaiiv revolution of tho earth in it orbit, and the glacial winter returning with the rhythm ot tne orim ironi cir cle to ellipse. The aslronomor has shown us that the earth's orbit pulses to and fro from a circle to a long ellipse, and recent investigations have shown that when the orbit is most elliptical, and the winters of the north hemisphere occur in that part of the orbit most re mote from the sun, tho north hemis phere will have a glacial epoch. 1 find Sir William Grove and Sir John Her schel maintaining, from astronomical calculations, that tho last glacial epoch clor-ed about a hundred thousand years ago ! And that is only a moment in geological lime. From the Brandon coal you read of a tropical sea, and the slopes of tho Green Mountains clad in palms and sappodillas ; from the gravel, the bowldors, tho scored valleys and mountains, you read of a glacial winter, where Vermont lay shackled in Ice, as Northern Greenland to-day ; from the M(. Holly elephant, of land again and its life, and from tho Chartotto whale, of an ocean and Its life. Hero is a suc cession of events, and astronomy helps U8"to estimate tile timo sinco tho Inst 1 event. Jiumtna Herald. Am, YVuono. AVo no Ice that refuse matter has been dumped into the bed of the brook, on England street, close to'the new Paper Mill bridge. Only one or two loads have been ho dlspo.-ed of, but the practice should be stopped. t-t- Tin: Riches of New Yoinc The New York Sim gives the following item concerning the wealth and taxation of the Empire city : The total valuation of the real and personal property of this city, liable to taxation, foots tip this year to $!H)S,-t(i.'!,- 7, against Swn,iiU!i,.su. last, year, be ing an increase ol $7'l,70(l,ol4. This in crease is due mainly to the rise ol real estate in the upper waidd, and gives reason to hope that In a few years more the amount upon which our taxes are laid will so far exceed the present valu ation as to materially reduce the per centage of taxation. This year the rate will be about $2..0 per i?l,uu0 ; lat year it was irL'.KU. "Will wonders never cease." is the uniform exclamation of the million who constantly use " Barrett's Vegetable l lair Restorative." one bottle win convince the most sceptical of its mir aculous effect upon the human hair. lvorjott: lurginuti). Croud Inc Cninttif lt')ubtirait Ci.'iirciition. The Union Depublican voters of Grand Tsle County are requested to meet at Hie Court Uoutc in North Hero on Saturday, August 1-1. 180S,at 11 o'clock, A. M., to nominate a Senator and County Olliccrs for the year ensuing. H. Jl. RliVXOLDS, a J. H. CnAJim-iUiitx, V Committee. .7. M. Hawiucax, J NOTICE. rjnitl' eo-):irtiiorlij) existing umlor tho name a nt iiitelims .v rcnuot in turn u.iy eisMiivcii. All debts will lie p.iiil by Uitehins, and all .sums due tin- linn lmisl liu id to tin- funic. tir.-j-iw J. ULMl-lW STOTSOE. llv. '. h. GiHidMiood'H Nuw lliuifio al .UNniit- inoi Minings, in now ready for tho reception of liiiardi'i'H. d!i.)-tt' GRAHAM FLOUR. A Siiiicrior ai'tii'li- of (.indium Flour, for s:iV at thi! btr.ru of DAUNTS A f.T.OWLHY, d:i:i-tf J.ako.Strer-t. J C .MSAVJWS, rSii"iv.nor to II. II. liow J.J, man, Flour and Grain .Muivliant. CIiuRt lirntuls of Flour alwavs on liand at. low priivn. St. Albans, May 15, 18:H. Ud-tf You will Find a Larue Assortment -OK- FANS! ! Different Styles and Prices HUNTING TONS' Opposite the Park. T"i:siiii:s admiration. To bu admiii d, they .1 ) m it a t possess J'eanty and Jnte.lij;i'nee. Most every oiiolias inlelliisonce, and .axil, cur us BEvo'TinTi: l!y ii-.in-; tho PAI'IIIAN I.OTJA?;, this latest and moht wonderful of all the co.sini'ticK. By its iw ail motliHand iVeuKlis aro removed, thu hl;in becomes oVim and tnuii-paivnt, and llio i-hi-el; roseate with the hue of youth. Thp J'aphiati Lotion can la found at THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE I And also a miftt complete assortment of all toi let articles. The new and fragrant Vim- i!e and tlio delieiouti wood Violet, and all other cUuicu and fragrant peil'uuies. SXAZll 3321X1SSXIWG S AISTD WXXIS : I'uH'aiid Powder Boxes, Colognes, Toilet Soaps, Teeth washes and Powders. Brushes: such as Hair, Teeth, Nail, infant. Ac. Dull ft ml hco the beautiful lieeeKsitics and lux uries lor tljo tijilef eyrm if you do not wish to buy As full a stock of pure Deris- as can be found in tho Ktate of Vermont, together with liesinoids, Fluid KMraets, and all articles required in a Phbicians or domestic practice. Warranted pure and of first quality. This stoic will be tiu dcivold by none in St. Albans. Trusses, Shoulder Braces, SupporN rs, Ac., A., and ccry thine; kept in a, well regulated J)rii( Store. S. R. DAY, AG-ENT. St. Alb.uis, Yt. June. Ji(18. dl-tf EUBBFB Coats, all Kinds, at WJl. X. SMITH MS&M&nssrsf goods i MISS F, C. APPLET0N Desires to inform her patrons and ladies of St. Albans and vicinity that she has recently add ed to her stocK of Now anil Seasonable Goods In iter line, and grateful for past favors, would respectfully solicit a eontimtanco of the same, anil hopes bv ivcarei'ul attention (o tho various styles of both Miffincri and J ires Mal.intj, To merit in a measure, tho very llattcriu,' ex pressions of satisfaction bestowed horetol'oro by thou, aeiptaintcd with her work. l!15-tf 1SS WOODMAN, Dress Maker, has re , moved to Monitor Block, over Baker's Bookstore, Lake Street. All orders promptly aucmica to, aa.i-aw. Farm for Sale. rpilK subsc. iber oilers for salu his farm lyinj; X in Westford, in the County of Chittenden, containim; two htindrod and tweitty-livo aores. Buildings nil new. Location on a good road one milo from the villau ; near school and church, well fenced -riiuuin;,' water to the houso anil Darns an al.iiuilance ol lru.it. Twogooit Miitrnr orchards : all tho Farming. Dairy and Suijar tools, Also, with or witUoiit stock i.n tlio fiirin. Tho above farm will keep forty cows and tiam tnrouj'ii the year, i oriurtiier partiiuiars iinpiiro of tie subscriber on tho premises, JOSEPH B. CHASE. Westford, Juno 22d, 18C8. 223wtf. REMEMBER MONDAY, JULY 27TH ! New ITorlk Circus, l'roni tie Hippotlieotron Building", 11th I Sunt, It. B. AVTLL EXIirniT AT ST. ALBANS, EON DAY, JULY 27. OF TI1LS GREAT METROPOLITAN fNSTSTUTION Termiinently cstalilishid dnrin!,' the greater p"i'lion of the year in a splendid Iron Edifice in the City of Jsr w York, which is wi ll known throughout the country as the And which, the present season, with its N33 W jfi. 1ST B the i many iiillul,- novel and strikingly effective Hp'ei,iHies a this. First season in America of Itt'lti- I'AUOliiXH KOI.Ij ri), the l'hi iiomenal Eipicstrienne, who supasscs the most daring feats accomplished by othi r lady riders on a jiud, upon a horse witl.out saddle or bridle 1 Thisex traordiuan .M-ti'te was ci",'.r ed in Kughiud at enoimous expense by an agent sent thither for the purpose ot si curing the In M lady riikr in Euroiie and only arrived in this country in April. Her astounding performance upon a Bare-Back Steed throw into the shade all pre ions displays of female Eipiestrianisni seen in the United States and cannot bo paralleled in any exhibition in Europe or America. Included in thu brilliant array of World Renowned Artists Attached to the New York Circus will bo found tho names of Hubert KticUney, the (Ireat American liare Bacl; Killer; the Conrad Brothers, Champion Gynumutw of the Wotld; William Dutlon, the intrepid Somerset Bidcr, with his infant ton, Arthur; the liuuuoHs J.'amily, who hae no equals in any country in tho Clas sic School of Gymaatics ; El Nino 'Eddie, tiie Boy Won der, who although a ineie child, surpasses Blo'ndiu in dillicult feats upon the Tight Hope. Herbert B. Wil liams, thu greatest of English Clowns, engaged in London expressly for tho present traveling season, to. gethir wth tho greatest force of Daring Bat B.ick Biders, Accomplished Acrobats, Classic Gymnasts, Comical Olowin, Slack Hope Vaulters, 1'os ture Jliihters, Equilibrists, Voltigcurs, Tumblers and Panlominiisls, Ever brought together in this country, involving a greater Expenditure for Salaries than 'is incurred by any four traveling c jmpanies, and l,,.. 4.,... I ..In.,., .l,-..4.. ,1 1... J' I.Iq Jiiim ijifii Ll.irrj .11 Ufifl lnuu UUIl DC iOllllO (',,.,,.,,,. 1 I,,, U',.,.1.1 1,'l..-( I.. I . I vn uiii.i.ojituiii uwl. I (la. n'iiavJU JO .')iuei JC.t Ol l-OIll THO UP J' OF rJMFOhUlNG J.OGS ! Eiom Ijondon and l'aris. The largest and best btud of beautiful and highly trained i'eiifohjung nan xfs and ponies And the most brilliant wrrdiobe, trappings and appointments to be found in Europe or America, The ruigrammc of pci-formailccs arranged for the present season will bo distinguished bv novelty, variety and sterling merit, including many entirely new acts, never before ' given in this country, with others that aie original with unit peculiar to thu Imav York Circus, nud can bo witnessed in no other establishment all thi' ont resources of this magnificently appointed es tablishment will be called into requisition ..l every eim liainnu. nt to Dashing Horsemanship and Classic Olympic Games ! Yhich for Novelty, Vaiicty JClegance and exciting intercut will be found Infinitely Superior uo anytning or tne i;init lutlierto witnesseil in America. The July 2 New York Circus Will 1 8th. NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT, ON AND AFTER MAY 25ih, 1868, an livrii.v P0UH-H0RSE CO AC H Will run from St. Albans to Sheldon, as fol lows : Leave St. Albans every day at 2 o'clock p. m. Arrive, at Sheldon at i o clock p. in. Eeavo Sheldon al 8 o'clock a, in. Arrive at St, Albans at 10 o'clock a. m. 11. JEN'NISON, Proprietor. St. AlbaiiB. May 25th, 180!). dl5-tf rinuiux Mutual Info Insurance Co., OV IIAIlTFOttl), CONN. A favorable opportunity is presented to cuei gelie and reliable Imsinoss men who or.n devoto their entile timo lo the busiui ss, to rinircscnt this old. staunch, and must successful Lite Com pany, in unoccupied tcnitory in tho State of Vermont, The many popular features peculiar to tho l'hu nix Mutual, and the great advantages It offers to the insuring public its freedom from restrictions on travel and occupation -its non forfeitable policies- -its liberal premium system the economy of the manag juent, and its largo annual diideuds, render it tho most proiltablo Cumt any to Agentn desirous of realizing a hand fcoino competency by their enterprise, and ener gy. Apply to C, L. JSADCOCK, fitafr. Agr nt 1'ho nlx Mutual Life Ins. Co. dO-tf L'nion Block, ltutland, Vt. E YEItV .Style of Frock Coata nt WM. N, SMITH & CO H. be at Watirbury Juh pp."ite tin A.adeiny of Music, New Vo:l;, DIKECTOR. Never befoi-e presented in merica. will be enabled to oiler entertainments of marked originality and exciting interest, far surpassiiiK anylhiiiK hitherto witnessed on this side of the Atlantic. Tim public appreciation of lierfoim unces eiveii by tin; New York Circus, not only in the City of Mew York, but also during its former Summer Excursions, has stimulated tho management to lenewed exertions, audit is conlldeutly asserted as beyond Hi.; powi r of contradiction, not onlv that the lomances of the t roupe during its present tour will found Superior to mij- ever irlvcn in (Ills Country, But that the c.tupanv is in ail respects TH E BEST IN THE WORLD ! I'h ere bein no hipicstrian establishment in all .uropo oompiHrK so many iirtt-elass artists, or ho embrac- iyi T I ill aUV t- .III S TtjL lurmsli a display ot The Entire Mammoth Troupe From the New York circus, in Fourteenth Street, New York, will appear atocry performance. Prof. Charles Bosvold's Opera Band, Eroni Now York, accompanied tho Troupe. ItJr'l'hiH company travils entirely by railroad, on special trains chartered for the purpose, and conse quently the performers and horses come into the arena fresh and active, instead of being jaded and worn down by wearisome night travel over rough roads. No Catchpenny Side Shows Are allowed with this Establishment. dmisnon SO Cents. Children under 10 years, 25 iti t.-. No standing Boom. Seats for all. Doors i pir 1 1 2 and 7. Grand Entice at 2J and 7i 1' 31. tar Tickets for sale at '.n H. HUNTINGTON'S Jewelry Store. 21th, at Kichmoud Julv 25th. at Bur'ington O. W. S'TXIiIiEK, Agent. j guardian mutual 1 T.i'fn Tnsni'flnnn finmnnnv ! ! OV NEW YOUK. I A" PoIicies by "m Non For- icixapio. DIVJDKNDS COMMENCE 2tl YEAH. Profit is all Divided Among Policy Holders. MYRON BUCK, General Agent For . "Vermont, .ST. ALBANS, VT. At tho present time there is much competition innuui; Life Insuranco Companies, and many agents aro far too regardless of tho truth, in statements when soliciting for risks, honco it is nil important for persons intending to insure their lives, to insiiro only with agents whom thev know to be reHaMo, again it is always most satfsfactory for parties assured to have thoir risks with Local agents, thou therois no difficul ty or danger of loss in transmitting piuiuiiuns. i'ersons intending to insuro thoir lives will Und it tor tlicir nuvantago to boo tlio agent 01 tlio Guardian Mutual before insuring olsowhero. d-Ul-lUw-221-lw. GtKNT.S' FUllXISlIING GOODS OF ALL T KINDS, vou will ilnd at VW- SMITH k CO'.S. mitlCOr Bants nud Vest at X VM. N. 8M11H & CO'H, BY TELEGRAPH To tlic )'miHiiil thxily Ti'itiiteript. LATEST NEWS! The New York Convention, UALLOTINUS FOK PRESIDENT. Convention Adjourned, Tammany Halt,, N. Y., July 8. The morning impcrH ngrcc In tho opinion that Pendleton hnH no chance of receiving the nomination by tho Demo cratic Convention, Tho delegates camo in rilowly this morning, but were look ing fresh and vigorous. The Convention was called to order at half past ten o'clock. The attendance of spectators was about as usual, and tho temperature of the hall was uncomfortably warm. The reading of yesterday's proceedings was dispensed with, Mr. J. E. McDo well, one of tho Indiana delegates, arose presented the claims of Hon. Thomas A. Hendricks, of tlmt State, as a candidate for nomination. He spoke of the reason which had caused the de legates from the State to vote for Pen dleton, and said that the time had now arrived when they thought they could sustain him no longer. Another man in behalf of a minority of the delegates from Indiana, protested against the popular charge. The seventh ballot was then com menced. Alabama changed and gave her eight, voles for Pendleton. Arkan sas changed, and voted for Hendricks. North Carolina changed her eight for Hancock. Pendleton gained in Ten nesce. The'result was as follows : Church, :Ci. Doolittle, 12. English, (). Hancock, 42J. Hendricks, 43J. A. Johnson, 12J. Packer. 20. Parker, 7. Pendleton, 137$. New York asked leave to retire for consultation. Objection was made. Pennsylvania moved font recess of fif teen minutes, and the motion prevailed. Mr. Bigler was added to the Executive Committee for California, and August Belmont for New York. The Convention was again called to order, at 111 o'clock, the New York and Peniisylvanin delegates still out. The eighth ballot was then com menced. Pendleton gained one vote in Georgia, four and a half in North Caro lina, and one in Tennessee. Louisiana changed from Hancock to Pendleton, seven votes. New York Avas called, and J. S. Tilden withdrew the name of Mr. Church, and the delegation voted for Hendricks. Immense cheering. The result of the ballot was as fol lows: Doolittle, 12 English, (J Hancock, 27 Hendricks, 71. Packer, 20. Parker, 7. Pendleton, 155. Pennsylvania asked for a recess of 15 minutes, which was voted out of order. Palloting aviis then resumed. New Yokk, July 8. A Syracuse special to the Tribune says that after tAvo or three complimentary ballots at the Republican State Conven tion noAV in session there, Horace Gree ley Avill be almost unanimously nomin ated for Governor, and will accept. Nrw Yomc, July 8. There av.us a heavy thunder, light ning and rain storm during then ight. This morning it is very sultry. Lackossk, Wis., July 7. Frederick W. Simmons Avalked 100 mUes in 23 hours, 30 minutes, to-day. SSKVKNT13KNT1I JIALLOT. Hoflman, 3 Chase, J Doolittle, 12 Johnson, 0 Parker, 7 Pendleton, 70J Hendricks, 80 Hancock, 1374 THE LATEST. Special despatch to tho Transcript. After tlio 18th ballot, Vallandlghani and others Avanted to adjourn, but tho ConA'ention refused, and balloted tho 18th time, as follows: Hodman, 3 Doolittle, 12 Johnson, 10 Packer, 31 Hendricks, 87 Pondleton, 56J Hancock, 144J Tho Convention then adjourned to Thursday morning. Gold, 140,