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VERMONT 33A.IL Y TRANSCRIPT, AUGUST 10, 1SGS.
Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALUANS, VT. : Wednesday August 10, 1SG8. Republican Nominations VOlt l'ltlJSIDKNT, ITLYSSl'S S. CHANT. von vicK imu:kidi:nt, SCHUYL.U11 ()LFAX. vmuiont. For OorernorJans 1). l'.voi:. of ltutland. For Lieiilenmit-Oovvi nor Sri:i'iii:.N Thomas, of Weiit Fairlee. For Trcasnrcrlims A. I'aok, of jronl poltor. For Fh-ctnr at Utryv Or.omiH W. Oiunih'y, of Ycrgcniies; 11. F aiiiiiasus, of St. Johnsbury. For ai;v.f -WojiTiiisoTos C. Smith, of St. Albnns. Various Saylnis. FHANKI.1X COUNTY. For .Vin7or-Hii.ii.EY lD.Tti.ow, of St. Albans Hkniiy A. Buiit, of Kwaliton; it.u.'M R Hutchinson, of hnoslmrg. For AftitUnit .fnihivs W.u.Tim 0. Kir.vr.Ns, Highgnto; .Ioiin K. Wiutni-.v, of Franklin. For JwUjv of JVo'hic-Myho.n W. li.m.r.v, St. Albans. For State' Mtfoi-m-' Wii,i..uiu I-amiim'ton, St. Albans. For aitvritl' Jamhs 1'. For Jli'jli liailiJI-Jvi fax. Pi.Ari:. of Highgate. irs H.u.i.unr.T, of Fair- An Example Worth Folloiriiif. The action of the Lumolllo County Republican Convention furnishes a les son that may be prolltably studied by the Republicans of Franklin County. The Senatorial contest was extremely bitter ami many were the criminations nml recriminations. The friends of both tho e.ind'ulates. Messrs. Ilendec and . , Powers, left no stone unturned to se cure the nomination of their favorite. It was rumored 'that if Mr. Powers was not nominated, he would run as an inde pendent candidate, and thai large sums of money would be expended to secure the defeat of Mr. llendee. How diller ent the result! The Convcnton, the largest ever held in the County, met and a nominating committee selected which, after due deliberation, reported the name of Mr. llendee as the candi date for Senator. How did the friends of Mr. Powers receive the nomination ? Did they show any signs of bolting? Very far from it. Mr. Powers rises and in abrief speech moves that the nomin ation of Mr. Hcndeo be made unani mous, which motion was most heartily and unanimously carried. Thus hap pily was the quarrel ended, and there are to be no bolts or splits in Lamoille County which shows that the Republi cans care more for the principles of their party than for individuals. The Republican Convention of Frank lin County was as quiet and harmonious as any wc remember of attending for a long while. The present ticket was fairly nominated and no one present will dare to say otherwise. Some of the aspirants forjthc ofllee were of course dis appointed because they were not made candidates; but it was understood that they would pocket their disappoinmcnt and await in patience a new deal, as true Republicans always will. Now how docs the matter stand ? Mr. Soulo, who was fairly defeated in Convention, an nounces himself a candidate for Sheriff while" the personal enemies of Mr. Ear low, who was nominated for Senator by acclamation arc striving to defeat him and secure the election of an out and out Democrat. It must be confessed that this state of affairs is not creditable to Republicans. Far more creditable it would be to follow the excellent ex ample set by our Republican friends in Lamoille County accept the nomina- tions made at the Sheldon Convention and elect the entire ticket by a rousing majority. Will not our Republican friends give the subject a candid consid eration, as become candid men, before lending their aid to secure the election of bitter political opponents ? The, Sheriff Question Again. How true, tried, and trusty a repub lican has Mr. Soule, the bolting candi dato for Shcrifl', been, if the key to the mystery of his political life is to he dis covered in his present predicament? How true is ho now to the party that has bestowed its honors upon him ? Is Mr. Soule prepared to deny himself tho privilege of disorganizing tho republican party in Franklin County for personal considerations? If not, the people should deny him. Mum is the word and he has no explanations to make Let republicans stand firm against this and every other bolt, as the success o the party is of vastly more consequence than tho personal promotion of any man and especially of a man whoso political position is so extremely doubtful that he does not define it. Stand linn, for this is the entering political wedge of tho disorganizes, and of our adversaries in Franklin County, and already we hear loud rumors of other political plots to defeat our ticket piecemeal. Self-sacrl ficing nndtruo republicans should there fore stand firm for tho nomina tions of their party and frown upon eve ry attempt of any one to creato disorder in tho republican ranks. i - -T - fc " ' 1 " Death of Mns Thumiiull. Mrs Trumbull, tho wife of Senator Trumbull died at Washington on Sunday morn Inc. Her remains have been taken to Springfield, Illinois, for burial. Speaking of the recent hot term in Paris, a correspondent writes : Tho asphalte pavement is becoming lique fied; men go about witli white umbrel las. The demand for iec is unprecedent ed. The oldest inhabitant cannot recall such a summer such as we are endur ing. Tho Paris gossip of the London Star says: "1 mentioned lately the fact of the Emperor having granted a tobacco-shop to- the widow of the workman acci dentally killed during the rifle practice at Vinconnes. Tho following particu lars as to tho manner in which the gov ernment maintains the monopoly of tobacco-shops arc curious : Every morning the Finance Minister sends in to the Emperor an exact report of the number of vacant debits de tabac, and of their respective value. The Emperor and Empress Inscribe on the opposite column the names of the persons in whom theji are interested; tho paper is sent back to the Finance Minister, who signs the nominations thus made. In preceding reigns, tobacco-shops were in the gift of the Minister of Finances, or in that of tho Director-General of Taxes. Those functionaries have now only the dispos al of shops, the value of which is esti mated at less than -10 a year. The val ue of a Paris shop, as J have before stat ed, varies from 100 to 400 a year, and the most reproductive are reserved for the benefit of the widows and daughters of generals, and of persons who have rendered signal service to the country, but who were unable adequately to pro vide for their families." The Riblio theca Sacra' defends the Gibbon from the charge of infidelity. The writer makes out a very plausible case, and concludes with the inquiry ; "Can a man who after fifty years of age writes memoirs of himself, in which he puts on record that from an early period of his life ho had acquiesced in the tenets f the Christian faith, and in whoso vo luminous writings cannot be found any counter-statement, nor anything clearly irreconcilable with this avowed belief, bo regarded as an infidel, on the ground merely of an interpretation, which in- olvcs the supposition of an utter disre gard by him ot tho laws ot good writing Shall wo needlessly, or by a process of laborious argument, find an enemy in one who holds so eminent a place in the world of letters?" The Pall Mall Gazette (London) thus compliments Harvard College : "It has i history of which all Americans may be Tin: Dumockat. We arc in receipt of the Democrat, Brick Pomcroy'a paper just started In N. Y, city, and find It 5 neatly printed paper and not so full of abmeas sonio copies of his LaCrosso pr. per we have seen. Joseph Howard, Jr., recently of the Brooklyn Eaylc is the managing editor, Hon. J. R. Flanders, fonno.ly of Malum, X. V., occupies tho political chair, and Win. Youngblood, for a number of years connected with the management of tho Sunday Mercu ry, and other journals, is the publishing or business man of the paper Introductory, Mr. Pomeroy says: Willi such gentlemen, in whom we have confidence as in loved brothers, to assist us with ample means to publish this paper years at a pecuniary loss, if needs be with thousands and thou sands of earnest Democrats all over the land wishing us success while lighting their battles more than our own, with n circulation, upon the honor of a gentle man, greater than the combined circula tion of all the evening papers of New York, with a single exception (the jVflitM), to start with with a first-class ofllee and facilities for printing 100,000 copies each day with none out potior, Intelligent men employed in any capaci ty, we count upon success as more than certain. malivo Congress had admitted her as a State, and if such had continued to bo i the practieo of the government, would j It have been subject to any constitution-; al objection ? And it is evident, flint if such a proceeding would have been con stitutional in the llrst Instance, it would j be equally so now. The course adopted and hitherto pursued, was such as Con- gress, in the exercise or its discretion, deemed most advisable under tho cir cumstances, but if, for any reason, it is now thought advisahlc to vary the prac tice, it is perfectly constitutional to do so. .'t. Suppose wo concede for the purpose In his P tno argument flint the power so ad mit new stale, that is, new State gov ernments, does not apply to Georgia, and that she has always been a Stale ot the Union. II is clear that she was a Stale without a government of any kind, if she was a Stale at all, al the close of the war. Now the Constitution provides, article I, section -I: I lie united States snail guarantee to every state In tins Union a republican form oi government, and shall protect each of them against invasion; and on application of the Legislature, or of tho Executive, (when tho Legislature can not be convened,) against domestic vio- INSURANCE, Life, Fire, Inland, Accident. I.ifo nml AeoMcnt Combined. livo Slock .anil Sfoniii Hoi I or. Insurance effected in the Olilisl, l.nri-,1, mill Mo, I Uitlnlili- Orrici: Si:i:ki:hs. A Washington despatch says that over two hundred tri plications have already been filed for appointments as supervisors under the spirits and tobacco revenue laws, some of which were addressed to tho Secrc- tarv of tho Treasury, and others to the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, Other parties have prepared similar ap plications to bo presented after the re turn of Mr. Rollins to Washington. lence. And again, article 1, section S: That Congress shall have the power to make all laws which shall lie necessary and proper for carrying into execution : all powers invested bv this Constitution in tlie government of the United States, or in any department or olHcer thereof. If, as I have shown Georgia, at the close of the war, hud no civil govern ment whatever, then it Is certain she had not "a repblican lonn ot govern ment,.' and it was the undoubted right and duty of Congress to pass laws for the purpose ot putting such government there, J'olitical Xotcs. proud, and is an Institution which re flects the highest credit upon its present state." Rev. Dr. Bellows in one of his re centletters in the Liberal letters expres ses strolls' words of commendation for the American missionaries in Syria, andsavs: "From all I can learn this mission lias, from the start, been anima ted with a singularly pure and unworld ly spirit, and tho men on the ground have mingled piety, learning and pru deuce in a remarkable degree. I am sure that the Syrian mission has had r great and admirable success." The Cattli: Disease. The New York Suu says that tho prevailing epi domic among cattle out West, is not al together a novelty in tho history of that region. In the spring and summer ot lSG4,whcn Texas cattle were first brought into Illinois, a disease broke out among them, resembling yellow fever in the human race, which proved so contagl ous that all along tho track which they ravelled tho farmers lost a great portion of their stock in a few days. So serious was the damage that the people of South- -lth of March, western Missouri held meetings and took measures to forcibly paovont the passing of any more Texas cattle through the country. It does not appear when or how this particular epidemic disap pearcd, butthe circumstances attending l'eni(tn Jlitmors. A telegraphic dispatch dated Ottawa, August 17, says: Vague rumors prevail here as to the assembling of a large force of Fenians nearOgdcnsburg. Th men belonging to the rillo brigade, at rifle practice, near Chelsea, have been called in, and orders have been issued to the military to be on tho alert. An Ottawa dispatch of tho same date to the Montreal papers says : The city to-day has been full of ru mors of a Fenian nature, but they were entirely without loundation. They are supposed to have originated from tho Guard being doubled this morning on the gaol where the Fenian prisoners are confined. Report says that the reason of this was because the Government had received information that an attack would be made on tho gaol to release tho prisoners, but, it is mora than likely that extra precautions were taicen on ac count of tho early approach of their trial. The Montreal News alludes to tho ru mors as follows: Fenian rumors were again rifo throughout tho city yesterday ; but the swindlo which two years ago gave us serious concern, has become so notori ously impotent to attempt anything like a respectable raid, that wc now regard ait threats ot a movement as simple bom bast. The earner telegrams lrom Otta wa announced that thousands of Sun burnt warriors were rallying to Ocdens burgh : another from Toronto gavo cir culation to tno assertion that ten thou sand volunteers aro to be called out for three weeks and brigaded with regulars; and still others added apparent coheren cy to the story, until the moro credulous were almost tempted to believe that a fall campaign was really imminent. Our Ottawa telegram of last night eflectuallv checks the attempts of newsmongers to creato an unfounded alarm, and informs us trom how trilling an incident the wild rumours of tho afternoon oroso. It is certain that tho Militia authorities have received no other instructions than report tho service strength of tho various volunteer battalions, and to warn officers that thoy will bo expected to havo their commands ready lor instant service dur ing the next two months. A district order to that cllect was issued during the al- ternoou. Identical instructions were doubtless sent to all senior Stall' Ofllcers throughout tho Province and it is ex pect that tho authorities at Toronto aro In receipt of speech orders, requiring either men or supplies lor immediate service To-morrow is tho day in which idlo men work and fools relorm. It is said that Carl Slnirtz is meeting with great success in his campaign for Grant and Colfax in Indiana. . A. Bradley, the colored lawyer, formerly of Boston, but now of Savan nah, Ga., has issued tho following : To the Voters of the First Congression al JJislricl. Your most humble servant and friond has been requested, and un der the circumstances do accept his chanco for nomination, and his belter chance to receive his friends votes, to make him the Representative in the Congress of tho United Slates after tho 1809. A. Alil'KOItIA BltADLUY W. Batchelder, tho Dcino- t havo created a general impression at the West that the existing trouble is imported from Texas likewise. The State Governments at the South. speech of st. ir. cakpenteis. lion. Matlheas II. Carpenter, of Mil- w aukie, whom we hope lo see in the U. S. Senate next year as successor of Doolittle, made a great speech at Chica go, Saturday evening, in which ho spoke George emtio candidate ior Congress in the First Missouii District is a "carpet bag ger from Vermont." Mr. Whiting is not, and will not be, a candidate lor Congress in tho Third Massachusetts District. Mr. Whllinj. cordially supports Hon. Ginery Twitch ell for re-election to the olllce. Judge Alexander Rives, of Virginia, is out in a brief letter announcing that he will support Grant and Colfax Tho New York Commercial Adver tiser says that it is whispered in private circles that one of the great leaders of the Democracy in this city, tho idol for mniiv vpniM nf thn vrimi- T)nninri-!)i.v nf , , , 17 V ,, usl,m:i' New York-a gentleman eminent in the rebel States as follows: ,.,.: i imi:.... :.. , T1 . , , , ..... ma uuiLvisiuii nun uiuiuuiL til suuiiu it is eviucnt, iroin tno slightest exam- ..., .ii .-.,,.i. o.... ination. that none of the to won mrnt, uub,b,i ""'""""'J uuuuuo iignumi, oua- . ' . . ... -i. . : . o l - i ,),..:.. i . r r t Miuln llmh nf nr. mum unu Jiuil, uuu ill liivui ui uiuui ed to the President include ganizing State governments. As Com mander-in-Uhiel, the president may do molish governments making war upon tho Union ; but when tho war ends tho President can do nothing towards con structing a government for tho conquer ed, except it may be to execute some law ot congress. When war ends tho war power slumbers. After this war end ed the President had no moro power over tho people of Georgia than over the peo ple oi incw xoric. in either state lie oould execute any law of Congress allccl nig the people oi such btato and in neith er could he do any more. But this point need not bo argued lurther. for the Dem ocrats concede that the President has no such authority. It remains to in quire whether Congress has such pow er. There arc several grounds upon wiiicn tno power oi congress over this subject may saiciy bo vested l. it is clear that it this power exists in the government of the United States fir ,1 1 I nilfl la HAT tvr nvii-nuci i.mslLj Ann ..V lllli J3 HU UJ b.jll CO ! UlltO IvUU fnri-ilfl lllimi flwi PpAulllnnt f l- flwi nmiffa or some other ollicer, then it is vested in Congress, for the Constitution pro vides that Congress shall have power to niaKo an laws which shall be ncccssarv and proper for carrying into execution tno loregoing powers that is. tho pow ers specifically granted to Congress and an oincr powers vested by this consti tution in the government of tho United States, or in any department or ollicer tncreoi. 2. It is the undoubted provinco of Congress to admit States to tho Union Congress having tho power to admit new state governments, has, by lair im plication, tno power to and Colfax. Let us have tho name Mr. Fillmore is called the "Sage of Buffalo," because ho is silent on politi col topics since the nomination of Mr Seymour. Ex-Gov. G. A Miller, of Georgia, an original Union man, who, when the war broke out, left his lino plantation in Georgia, came north, entered the army, and rose to tho rank of brigadier- general before its close, has taken the sutmp for Grant and Colfax. Tho Tribune says : "Wo continue to receive letters from the holders of Gov cmor Seymour's 'nearly 10,000 commis sions.' assuring us that the Governor had greatly misunderstood their 'views and wishes,' They want him to speal for himself alone, and they will speal for themselves in November. At the Democratic Convention in the First Kentucky District, which nonii nated Boyd Winchester for Congress, the rebels present undertook to exclude some former Union ofllcers, from parti cipation in some oi the procecdl gs when General Walter Wittaker an nounccd his abandonment of tho rebel Democratic parly as follows : I hero and now denounce and deser your party. I cannot do justice to my self and tho country, aud stay with such a corrupt party as you nave become hero to-day. You men who have fought in tho Southern army coino back hero to DEWEY, NOBLE & CO'S INSUE A. N V AODNO Y &0 TO WM. N. S of Umbrellas. SMITH .V CO'S for all kind CLOT1IINO, ClothiiiK for Sprinf? at WM, N. SMITH & CO'S. organize new new State Governments to be admitted. It is universally admitted by states- day witli tho blood boiling in your veins men, and has been over and over again to exclude from your councils me, who decided by the Supremo Court, that tho havo fought, and have tho character of grant of a particular power in express some bravery, to protect your homes words, carries with it, by implication, and firesides, and who exerted himself the power to do whatever is ncccssarv iu defence of tho families of those who to execute tho power expressly granted, had left their homes. I am here and lor instance, the Constitution empow- intend to bo heard. ers congress "to establish post-olllces and post-roads." From this is implied tho right of monopoly in mail carrving: the right to establish and maintain tho complicated postal system now existing, and to pass laws for that purpose. Tho Constitution is a mero chart of Govern ment ; not a code of procedure. It indi cates the powers which may bo exercis ed ; not tho manner of their exercise. There is a strong disposition in our day to maintain that Congress has no power to do anything it never has done, or to oxerciso a given conceded power in any dillerent manner from that in which it has been exercised ; in other words, to define and limit tho powrs of tho gov ernment, not by tho Constitution. If Congress, in tho first instance of a- Ter ritory which had reached tho condition to bo admitted as a Stato, had framed a Constitution, and submitted the ques tion to thopeoplo to determine whether they desired to be admitted with such a Constitution, and if decided in tho afllr- T UI515E11 Coats, all liinds. at JL1 WM. K. SMITH ACQ'S. F on NEW call at Sl'ltlNG SUITS OF Alih KINDS WM. N. SMITH A CO S. QA1, l-'Olt Sl'HINu JUST HECKIVED AT WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. SACK COATS l-'Olt SPltING, ro to WM. N. SMITH & CO'S. "VTEW CLOTHING LN received OF ALL KINDS, JUS WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. on all at SPING STVLESOI' PANTS AND VEST WM. N. SMITH A CO'S, TTlOn Sl'ltlNG STYLE OV SILK HATS, call at JU WW. N. KW1TU ii CU'S, BOYS, GO TO WM. N. SMITH YOUll SPUING CLOTHING. SMITH A CO'S FOB ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY H.vnTi-oni), conn.. .i-ii.ii MMii'i.i'Si 3-1 ,h.-;s,;) I nsuranco Companies States. in the United DEWEY, NOBLE & CO., Oi'iii'i'itl Iiisiiriiiiet1 Ajji'iit, OIINKK of MAIN and LAKH BTIMiliTS, ,S7. Albans, Vermont. 2in.tr. New Musical Depot, ST ALBANS - - - - VERMONT, General Afjeni'V for the ST E I N WAY PIANOS, New York; tho G. A. MILLER PIANO, Jio.stun. nml the ESTEY COTTAGE ORGAN, l!rnttlebori), Vt. ESTEY A C'O.'K COTTAGE ORGAN The Vox TRIUMPHANT ! Hunmmi Tremolo Ci'owniii'p Improvement, addition to tho PATENT JlAltMOXIC AT TACHMENT and PA TENT MA NUA L S UB - BASE, E.stej- A Co. have now further than ever eclipsed iiiHtrunientH. iy tno In nil rival nialiCTH of ltecd introduction of their PATENT VOX HUMANA TREMOLO This moat wonderful and heautiful addition to tho Cottage Oru;an is acknowledged hy leadi'.if; linihicai ciiaractei-H m tlie country to Do tno nv ;V.s ultra of all lnmrovemcntH on reed iiiMtru incuts. THE FIRST PREMIUM Was awarded to this instrument at tho New York Stato 1'air and tho Fair of tho New England States, Vermont Htato Fair, Missouri Stato Fair and Iowa Mate Fair, over nil other instruments including Mason A Hamlin's Cahinet Organs Smith's American Ore;an-, and Taylor A Farley's! it is very important tnat pui-ciia-scrs bear in mind that tho oriiimnl and Kenumo Cottage Or (,'an is made by tho House of J. ESTEY A Co only. Tho chief points of superiority aro patented ny mem, ami oi coui'ho are louiui on tno nihtru inents of no other maker Tho undersii'ned has mado nrraiiireinenls t furnish Pianos from any of tho principal Now York nnd Boston makers, on the most rcasonahl terms, hatislaction uuaranteeil in all eases Send for an illustrated circular. Address H. A. LYON, St. Albans, Vt. .Music, small musical instruments, and niusi cat merchandise, at E. H. HUNTINGTON'S Jewelry Store, Pianos, Organs, and Melodaus at the siinscnners residence on iairnold htieet 222-tf II. A. LYON SPEOIATjJSTOTIOE. "VT7'E would uivo this notice to out- forme V friends and patrons, that on and after tho jsi nay oi .nine, isdn, wo Minll sell our ,'ooils lor STRICTLY CASH -AND- ONE PRICE !! Bavins,' had milheient experience m tho credit syfctem of doing business, wo havo concluded to nuiKo n cnange, ami try tno uasn bystem be lieving that wo can sell our goods cheaper bv adopting such a rule Although a novelty in St Aiwins, wo aro determined to try tno plan, w have on hand a largo stock of READY MADE CLOTHING AND Furnishing Goods, Inch under this plan wo will aureo to sell 1 per c-nt lest than any other firm in town tha do business on tho credit system. Tako notice nnd govern yourself accordingly SMITH & FOSTER, NO. 2 , SA RBOW BLOCK w217-3m St. Albans. Vt. d7-lm Gr. B. SMITH, llctuil Dealer in. HATS, CAPS, & FURS Buffalo and Fancy Sleigh ltobes, Fur Overcoats Ladies' Dress Furs, Fur and Uncle Gloves Mittens, Valises, Umbrellas, Trav eling lings, Trunks, Ac, Ac. 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AND SUJtVL US, 1218, , , . r , x i 1 1 11. r. cy ill any of the above well known Comp Life Insurance. THE MUTUAL LIFE INS. NEW YOltK. jinny in tno united oiaics. CM VITAL AND ASSETS, tor. (Wl -r (A. -T j : .1 .-a T. ,, Either bopcrately or combined, at the rates of Premium in tho TRAVELLER'S INSURANCE OF HAllTFOltD, CONN., CM VITAL AND ASSETS, M,000, All losbca promptly attended to and nut Prompt l'nymvtit. Annul uiiiu iu mij ii,viii..v .,.., w.. ... sntistactory terms. DEWEY, NOBLE A ortlco cor tier Lnuo and Alain St., ot. Vermont.