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VERMONT DAILY TKA.ISrSOJR.IPT, NOVEMBER 8, 1S6S.
Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. ALBANS, VT. Tuesday, November 3, 1803. Travelers' Guide. InUlSSI. or I'ASSF.NOKU TltAINS. From the South ami Kaat, 5,48 a. m., 10.50 a.m r, n. in., h.uu n. m. From House's Point una est, o,u a. ni., From Montreal, 11 4u a. m., i u p. m. Dr.rARTi'nn f 1-AssF.sor.n toajkh. For t ho South and East. 0 21. R 4.") n. m., 1200 n.. 8 01) p. in. nn For House s l oiiii aim " . m. (5:3) p. in. For Montreal, t! 10 a. in., u iW p. in. 1IA1LT Al!P.l L 01- 8TAOKS AT ST. A1.11.SNS. From Swectsburgh and Franklin, 700 p. in. From Richford and Sheldon, 500 p. in. Fioni Sheldon, 10 00 a. m. From Bakcrsflcld, U 00 a. m. ...-.nT. ac u-rint'4 t-nmr ST. LltA. For Franklin and Sweetsburgh, i 30 a. m. For Shnldon and Richford, 8 SO a. nl. For Sheldon, '2 o p. in, Vnt llnlinrriflf 111. 1 00 1). 111. . ii .1. . l.nl.,1.. It. h.u'tl. KIlilfH iftiees at tlm Tremont House. CWiRlSO OF HIE MAU.. Mails lor Nesv York clone ni 5 00 a. in. and 7 W i. in. Mails lor Boston close at u. m. hum ";"' Mailt; for Albauv and tlm Wont eloho at o 00 a.m Mails for Canada close at 5 10 a.m. Southern and Northern way mail close it o on Strangers' Guide. X at t'lioir rooms over Win." N. Smith's Stole, Main Street. Champlain Chapter .No. 1, ll. -. Ji. meets nn i i i t-.i mwmihtr ti unn i itmnt n. nt heir ball in Wheeler' s block, Maui Street. Columbus Council Wo. l, it. .v h. .u. meets iiiu . 1 ,!...,...... I.. r.fnliilKf 1,1 IHIi-ll llinlllM. .11 hrir hall in Wheeler s Block. Franklin Lodge No. 4, 1 A A. M., meets the 111.1 1 , vl.I'V. '."1 IHII 111 L.IIKU1 JUWl'l,, JWIII nu'iu EnglesbV Lodge No. SI t. X A. .m. meets wie ,t..,lv l.nllln ITiiiim It nek. Main Street. Crystal Fountain, Temple oi uonor .o. i meeis lllock, Lake Street. St. Albans Lodge .o o i. J. ui u. i. muma vprv t ridav evening ai men- mui m u.iim-.-i Block, Lake'Street. . .. m Rising Sun Lodge Xc. b I. O. ot 0. T. meets "verv Saturday evening, at St. Albans Hay. St." John the IlaptiHt Benevolent Society (Ca nadian) meets on the first and third Wednesday evening ot eaen inoiun ai ineir nan uni i.. n HuntiiiKton's Store. To Ailvi i Hnfi'4. The Yeumon't Daiia Tuaxs- i'phI circulation in St. Albans and in Franklin County, of any daily paper, anil is on that account, if no other, the best medium lor advertising. Local Items. Jtttt?"Interestiiig mntter, original or se lected, may always bo found on the flint page. Oun Daily. Those wishing to secure copies ot our daily paper can uo so ai Merrificld's nnd Baker's bookstores, as well as of carriers, nnd at the ofllce. Copies of our weekly pnper may also be hud at these places. Buttkh Market. Tuesday Novem ber 3rd, the prices of butter ranged from 40 to 48 cents, with n few choice lots -it 50 cents per pound. The total shlptne nt of .butter was 74 1 tubs. In cheese but few transactions, of farm dairy at from 14 to 15 cents per pound factory made cheese, none -- Tin- Vote in St. Albans. The vote in this town resulted as fol lows : Whole number of votes 0G0. Grant Seymour Majority for Grant (177. 283. 304. Irish American's. Large numbers of our Irish American citizens, who have voted the Democratic ticket habit unlly, have to-day, in St. Albans voted for Grant and Colfax. May they never have cause to regret it. Firk. An alarm of fire svns given about 1 o'clock p.m., and it svas soon as certnned that the dwelling house own ed by the Railroad Company, and occu pied by Mr. M. H. Cota, on the corner of Foundry and Jail Streets was on lire. The Arc was ocnsloncd by a defect in the chimney; both engines were at the scene of the fire promptly, but it was extinguished with a few buckets of wa ter, without their assistance. Grant and Colfax. Among other election demonstrations we noticed that the locomotive "Gov. Smith," Frank Clatur Engineer, left on tho noon express train South, flying a beautiful ensign which bore the names of "Grant nnd Colfax." Election Returns. The telegraph reports of tho Presidential election will be delivered as fast ns received during tho night, nt the Americnn Hotel Sc. Albans. Before tho sun rises again we shall probably known tho result. God Grant Peace. NAsnY lectures in Rutland on Satur day evening of this week. Sport Ahead. The Montpolier .TbKmaisays "C. G. Guyett and John E. Hale, of Middlesex, have n wnger on the npproaching Presidential election. If Grant is elected, thelatteris to wheel Mr. Guyett in n wheelbarrow from Mr. Dudley Culver's to Wright's MUls a dlstnnce of nbout a mile. If Seymour is elected, Mr. Halo is to ride, and Mr. Guyett will do the wheeling. shore. The six bar whlch went ashore nt Roufcs' Point on Sntutday, nt latest ac counts were Inyliif? upon the beach high aud dry, near Fort Montgomery. They are cast up on dry land and there Is perfectly dry walking all around them. Mn, J. K. AvKUiLL, of Chnuiplaln, N. Y., nn old Democrat, In n speech at Rouse's Point, Mondny night, announc ed his intention to vote for Grant and Colfax. Vatknts. The following Patents wore lsucd to Vernonters from the United States Patent Oflleo for the week ending Oct. 27th, and hearing that dnte: Joseph D. Ay res, of East Greensboro, assignee to J. O. Cutler and William Wallace Goss, of Greensboro, for im provement in sugar pun derrick. Royal Cummlngg, of Newport, for im provements in printing prof-scs. -i. Month i: a i.. -It Is in contemplation to invite Mr. Rrydges, tho mnna'.'ln'r Director of the Grand Trunk Railroad, to a public dinner, on his return to that city from England. On Sunday evening the remaining companies of the 100th regiment left by the Qti"bec steamer cn route for Eng lnnd. The Xcu-3 says: About four o'clock the regiment marched from the Victoria Rarracks. headed by the band, of the 7Sth Highlanders and tho COth Rilles, and proceeded through Notre Dame street to the Richelieu Co's wharf, the diflercnt bnnds playing lively selec tions of music. A large concou.se of spectators, including many females, had assembled t.t the wharf to witness their uepar.ure. in the stream, cheerafter cheer rent the air, both from the boat aud the shore. Vkkmont at Tim Mechanic Faik. At the recent Mechanic's Fair, held at Manchester, N. II., diplomas were awarded to the following Vormonters : Colby & Brothers, of Waterbury, for children's carriages ; Timothy Vinton, of Brattlcboro, for automatic lathe. Big Apple. The Bennington Ban ner says, " Mr. Timothy Wilcox has handed us an apple of the 20 ounce va ricty, which measures fourteen incnes round it." Chester. Prof. A. D. Hagar, says Bellows Falls Times, delivered his speech on Switzerland, at theUniveren- list Church in North Chester, on Fii day evening, Oct. 23, before an intelli gent and appreciative audience, whose close attention he held throughout the evening. Tho lecture was a very able and interesting affair, 'and the proceeds realized were very generously donated by the Profossor to the improvement of the sidewalks. Wandered from her Home. The Rutland Herald snys that on Tuesday night, Oct. L'Sth, Sarah Barber, daugh ter of Win. C. Barber, of Benson, left her bed, after retiring in usual health, and has not been heard from since. She was not missed by the family until the next morning. Search has been made of the neighborhood for two or three miles in each direction from the house of Mr Barber: and n search so through thnt every rod of ground has been looked over. Air. lSaroer lives within one hun dr.'d rods of Lake Champlain. The Lake has boon thoroughly dragged, and and ns yet no trace whatever has been obtained. The community there, as well as the family, are in great suspense ns to this mysterious affair. Various theories are advanced to account for her disappearance, one of wh ch is thnt be ing tnken suddenly deranged in mind, she has wondered offon the road beyond where she is known, and is still alive. We would call the attention of our readers to the above facts, thnt perad- venture she may bo discovered and re turned to her fiiends, if yet alive. She wore away a new calico dress, of red col or, striped, nn old cloak thnt hnd been black, but hud faded ; also, nn old light colored sun-bonnet. She is about 20 years of age, dnik, sandy hair, cut short, and grown to as to hang down her neck Any information in relation to her will be very thaukfully received by her friends. Appointment of Judoeof Prorate Governor Page has appointed Samuel is. uook, ii,sq., ot weyimujro, juiureoi Probate for the District of Addison, to till the vncanoy occasoncd by the death of O. O. Tilden. He is commissioned from tne first of December next. Until that time, the duties of the ofllce will be performed by the Register. J. S. Bush- neii. leuuana Jicraiu. A Feelino Letter. The following letter, from the motherof Mr. M. J. Mc- Mnnus, addiessed to the Corresponding Secretary of the Vt. Ofllcers Re-Union Society to be read at the re-union. Lieut. McManus was held in high esteem for his courtesy and kindness towards all with whom he brought in contact. New Yoitk, Oct. 22, 1808. Ge.ntlemen : The invitation sent to Lieut. Marlen J. McManus to bo pres ent at the reunion of the Vermont Ofli cers to bo held at Montpelier, was for warded to me from Bridgeport, Connec ticut. It ismy snd duty to inform you of tho death of Lieut. McManus, which occur- Six Barges ges In ballast red September 27th, 1S0S and ho sleeps nmong the hl'ls he loved. So when the wine cun is drunk in si- ! loncc In memory of departed comrades, jl hope tlure may be at least one who called nun menu, aim wi i sign ior uie good end true young man gone In his early manhood to tho "bourne from whence no traveler returns." I trust you may spend a pleasant even ing, and that among the " regrets" sent to you there may be few so sad os mine. Very re- peetfully, Mns, M. J. McManus. To GcomeG. Benedict. Esq., C. S. Jtunet S. Peck, Esq., R. Gold Discovkiuls in Ni:w Hamp siiihi: and ViuiMONT. Tho Rutland ITcritld says : "In tho eastern extremity of the Ap palachian chain, another "gold district has been discovered, which promises to bo of much importance. The tnlcoso shite rocks of the New Hampshire side ot tnat ennui oi mountains, some time since, yielded from their quartz ores S;i00 up to $850 per ton ot the precious metal. On the Vcimont side, at Bridgwater, a locality has been long known nsaur for tius, and the General Land Ofllce has, within a few days, received specimens of a quartz vein from Manchester of a very rich quality. From tho nnnloitous geological structure of the country, and tlic specimens in hand, a rich yield may oe expected, (.iiilcn mining lias, lrom time to time, been resorted to. and has atlbrdcd enough to stimulate research for the vein from which the metal was convoyed to the stream and bottom lands. Theieccnt discovery is regarded ns another evidenceof the almost univer sal presence of this metal in the talcose slates. Fulton Market. Just received, n nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hams, Bologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, To matoes, Pears, Peaches, Water Melons and Musk Melons. tltf-04. Progress. Columbus sailed to the American coast in a four hundred ton ship, and first landed upon the island of St. Domingo. Last week a vessel from St. Uomingo unloaded in New York over four hundred tons of St. Croix Rum for P. II. Drake & Co., of that city. '1 hat is but a few weeks' sup ply of this article, which these gentle men use in the manufacture of the cele brated Plantation Bitters. We arc in formed by an exchange that Messr . Drake & Co.. have not advertised a dol uraiie cc te., nave hoc aciveriisea a uoi- lar for a year, but tha. the sales of this article continue at the former enor-: mous figure. In 1S04, the receipts of I the -Plantation Bitters were equal oi thooof NewYork & New Haven Rail-1 road. I Magnolia Water. Superior to the Lest imported German Cologne, and sold at half the price. A celebrated chemist says : "I consid er, aftoracaieftil comparison and analy sis 'Barrett's Vegetable Hair Restora tive' l.y far the best hair preparation in the market. It is the only one I cnu fulls' indor.-o." itosroH Journal, d&w Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil is re commended to use botli externally nnd internally, aud if used faithfully accord ing to tho directions on each bottle, it cures pain "like a charm," and when once used' by any person, it has a new friend to prcmo its good virtues. The best praise is to try a b.'ttle. d&w. The American Cooking Stove. Having been so eminently successful at the New York State Fairs for the past six years' having been brought in coin petition with all the best stoves in the country, and having each and every year taken the first premium, and some years two, and hn ing gained n world wide reputation, and a record of which my one may bo justly proud, we would now announce Tor the consolntion oi those who hnve so signally nnd repeat edly failed in competing with it, and haVe been so sorely chagrined at their numerous and repented defeats, that this stove is rot entered nt this fair for a pre mium, ns premiums have ceased to be of any account; but it is entered only for exhibition, that its thousands of friends and admirers may have the opportunity of examining its various improvements.' Shear, Packard, & Co , Albany, N. Y. Rochester DcmocrcU, Sept. '29. For Sale by D. M.Walker, St. Albans, Vt. 240-3 WHAT MAKES YOUR HAIR SO BEAUTIFUL? MRS. S. A. Allen's Improved (new style) Hair Restorer or Dressing, (in one bottle.) Price One Donar. livery Druggist sells it. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LOST. BETWEEN the Weldcu Housu and Welden U Street, a LADIES' VITCII li"t'Il COLLAR. Tho finder will bo suitably resvarded on loav. ing it at this Ollicc. St. Albans, October 29, 18C3. 11C-5 NOTICE. GOOD TEMPLARS CONVENTION. riMIE St. Albans Lodge, No. 32, I.O.G.T., ex X tends an earnest invitation to sihtur Lodges, Temples of Honor, Sons of Temperance, and all other secret temperauco associations in the country, to meet in Templars Hall, St. Al bans, Nov. 13th 1808. at ouo o'clock P. M.. for the pnrposo oi orgaiii7.uiK a County ssociatlon ior uio advancement oi tno xeinperanco i;auso Rev. II. P. Gushing, G. V. B will ho present and deliver an address in the evening. M. JL OLMBSTEAD, W. S. St. Albans, Oct. 30, 18GS. 145 FOR SALE. BEING about to leave town, I wish to dispose of my residence on Northlield St., wnlcli will bo sold for a rcasoneblo sum. k'or lurtuer particulars cunuiro of mo. US-d-tf. B. F. WILLIAMS. LOOK!! Have you soon tho New Pattern Pa tent Spoons and Forks at Hunting tons. Tho Prettiest Thing Out. J lit t r. OUR RULERS & OUR RIGHTS. A Timely New Work by JUDGE WILLIS. AGENTS JVANTtD I 1 1 II K Book for AkciiIs. Old and nntm, Learned and Unlearned tired it ooiiKtautlv. All take it readily, as the mice suits the tinus. It has no competitor. Is tlnrlv illustrated with Steel plates. The best chance jet ollered for men and wo men to make money without lisk. Stud t'm terms. Kstra inducements given, Seciirt tir-i choice of Held. I'AHMHLKK V CO, Publishers, 73s Sansom St., Philadelphia. 1'n. 23Cvlenw. Goldsmith & Seavey, (JEiVEHAL INSniAM'ti AKENTS, GADCOMB'S BUILDING, NORTH MAIX St., ST. ALBANS, IV. Life, Fire, Inland ami rnlt1iitfril I -iccdKmf Insurance effected in Reliable Companies. Losses equitably adjusted and J'roinj) Raid lOld&wtf A T HOUGHTON'S OUSTER HOUSE, Every Morning, iSrorwalk Oysters T7" EG. QUAP.TOl! O VLLON. Lake i-'ti et, t j I2ltd,Vwlm. I XV A Albans. dot. I P3GS. St, Albans Dining Rooms, LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS, DOWNING & STEERE P R O P R 1 1J '1' O R S "i r ai: ;1 j W hours." .MEALS or Lunclas s.-rwd at nil , lest stvll' in the I . mtsii liiiminorc uvsicrs. . ,,,, , ... , , ,. , .Wde ir 11 i '. to the Trade nlim dwtl' at To Bent. C10MMEKC1AL College Rooms; possession J given Sept., 1st. Three llooins easy of I access, and very pleasant situation for Club ' llooms or olliees.' 1 W.M. X. SMITH. , St. Albans, Auk. 3, lSlW. d70tt LOST. BETWEEN Fulton Market, St. Albans, and the l'iir Ground, or on it, a dark colored niorroeco wallet, containing and a receipt from Sewrance k Co.. lSoston, to E. C. Gallar. The finder will receive a reward f ?W on retnrn inp; the wallet to E. C. G ALLAH. St. Albans I9th Sept.. IS08. nllltf DISOLUTION. , T MU: COPARTNERSHIP in the IiiMiiaur, busines.- heretofore exiatint; between Dow- i ,ey and Noble, and S. K. Goldsmith, under the ! linn name of I)ossw,Nob!n .V Co. is this das dis- ' soiveu uv luiuuiij ruiiseili. IiEWEVit OUI.E. S. K.GOLDS.MIV'il. St. Albans. Vt., August I, I8(!S OSd.vwtl THE ELECTION 0 F (xi-nnt & (Joliax T JUNGS not only a return of i eace. but a JL- marking down in the lirices of lirst class llortieultuial Stock, "of svliich the subscriber will tiiruish, for tho .spring Planting of 18(1;), good trees and plant at t lie following Liow 'Prices : Standard Apple, 1st diss, I toll leet, oer 10'J i-liil do Pear, do do tin 7. do do extra size, each H Dw ai f Apple, 1st. class, do o jl.SH 7e. fl 'I lo .tl.00 oc. 7.-c. SI no no Hearing size, uo do Pear do do do do do M class do Cherry trees, standard or dwarl I'lum trees, isi ciass Delasvare, Concord, Diana, Haitfurd, Proline, Creiielmg, Rehecca, Allen s II vliud. and other good Grapes HO inrdoz Adirondack. Iona. and Israella 18 per do. Roger's Hybrids, No. 1.1, 10, 1, :i, -la, 8 11,32 eiaperdoz Roger s Jvosv balem, one. yeai, 51. on do do do two vcars ?I1 do N?sv Hybrid Diana, Hamburg, ts,-o jears f5 do Ornamental Trees, Slirubs and Vine, llmiK- P Bedding Plant, And Jcdfi' Plants, LV SHOUT, ANY'lIUNO In tho above lino furnished a prices as losv as the market affords. Please address, P. 0. Box 311. GEO. W. WHITLOCK, Beater in Fruit 2'rccs, 238-4 Burlington, Vt. LUP0RTANT THEIR TO SOLDIERS AND WIDOWS. rpiIOSE INTKIIESTED AIIK IIEHE11Y J. uotilled tl'ut I am aueut to transart all busi ness pertaining to pensions, bounties and back pay. uiuimu oi me auovo naiuro can oe pre sented, and their ullosvanccs obtained, by appyl ing to WM. BltlDGllsV St. Albans, May 10th. 18G6. riMUCOTCOATS in Short Frocks, and Fti A Frocks of all kinds and colors at WM.N. SMITH, A- CO'S. CLOTHING, CLOTHING, ULOTHING, ULuTHING 1 Tho largest Stock of Clothing, Hats and Caps and Furnishing Goods es'cr ottered for salo m Vermont, is nosv opened at WM. N. SMITH, i CO'S, New Goods ! New Goods ! ! Liitiri' new Slocl: of Dry floods now open and iradj for sale, AI STONE & FOSTER'S ii.'iejou wiiiiinda run HiienmitKss noons; Cheap lor Casli. Il i.i jtm will find a lull lino of Shawls. Cheap for Cash. lieu jun will ll ii 1 1 iii'oml assortment ol'Clo.lk-Inu-t in all colors, Cheap for ( ash. lieu' .win uill ilnd a hill line o Dolalus and Prints, cheap lor Hish. lli i- .win uill tln.lafull ll:ie of White floods, Mionp for Oish. Here .will will llnd a fjood assortment of Clothes and rolmrtfs, ,ve, Cheap for Cash, lieu- win will tlml u complete lino of llo-derv lor the Ladles. ''llenp IM' (brill, lleif w,n 'dl find a laie nsoi tiueiit of L:i-be- and dents Kid Ultm's, I'lieupfur Cnjli. ed here Hill be found .Miss .Mures to show m .i Inrjje asuirtmoiit of Ladles' floods, ol style' too numerous to mention. In tact, Tw inning adopted the .'AMI SVSTKM, believe we cm oil't-r indueeiiii'iils to our ens' oii rs that no '""ni-el II d"ill :l credit business, will or call A f- -,.(li ,. sati;.j-v yomvoivc- .-ill mid snniiue quail! v mill piiecs. J. P. SMMi. I2M1 CJiO. P FOSl'l-'.ll. ! 1 1. wilier s, 18iii ; New Goods, Now Goods, i At the Sew Hook. Hlationen and Vniietx Store MOMSTOE BLOCK, LAICC STUEBT, MISVKI.LAXEOCf, SCHOOL A XI "")' HOOKS, t.l. KlSHs or J'Al'KH, uj.axk j!oojc. a xi svatioxi:i: I'lioron haj'IIs, r i a t u n i:s, Picture Frames, Thread-), Xeodles, a lare i letv f Fancv Goods, ukec Notions, Aj ANo. all stvles of Willow Baskets, ' l.ui tfe and small. These additions to the stock I previously on hand tunnies the sub.-,ciiber to , oiler for Kilo as large a variety of goods as can I be toitnd elsewhere in Franklin County. The entire stock is new, has been bought cheap foi I i'hU, .uany aiticles at a large discount from for mer prices, anil will lie sold at a small advance. Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed thus far, a continuation is desired. 2H2-U (.'. II. HAKElt. Gr. 13. SMITH, lletail Dealer in. SSiiTS, CAPS, a jTUES, llmValii aud Fanes Sleigh Robes, Fur U Serena Is, Ladicn' Dress Furs, Fur and Duck Glows Mittens, Umbrellas, Ac . ,vc. AI-.. .in. Machine. lit lot lilosel :i'"l linKel'ii Sewing St. Akumis, Vf. CASH a.lO FOK SHIPPING 107-H GIL1JE11T 15. FURS. SMITH. V CROCKERY ! I have just received a largo lot of ilit .mil second finality of Stono and China Wan, coup prising two Nesv and Elegant Patterns called 'Gen. Grant" Patterns. Also a large stock ot Cutlery, Glass and Stone Ware, which I offer for sale elieap. l'lease can anil see neiore purenas ing elsosvliere. At the old l'anar Block, one dour north o George H. Farrar't". P. (1. SKlNNEIt. St. AlUus, Oct 21th. lHlitS. l:tii-t EEAL LOTER1A DE LA IbLA DE Ci;ilA. lu the drawings ior lHliS there will be 2ti, I ioi t Tickets. $390,000 IN GOLD. Drawn Once in .SVcr ji(( ci )iit. Prizes paid in Gold. Prizes cashed and mlor matioii given bv GEORGE UPIIAM. 173-ly 153 a. Main St.. Providence, R. L I J ANTS AND VESTS, for Fall and Winter X go to W.U. N. SMI UI, .t CO'S Tr" HE best stock of Clothing in tho State just eeived at vs Jl. iN. hJiiru, .v i.u OVERCOATS of all kinds at WM.N. SMITH A CO'S. XAOUTIl'S CLOTHING of all kindi cheap X at WM. N. SMITH, & CO'S. 1LOTHING for Fall and Winter, just received Vat Sinitirs nesv mod:, W.u. N.H.silTll,A:CO'.s "VTEW Stylo of Fall aud Winter Caps just rc il ceivedat v.M. WJlli'll, .v Uo'. f sotowxr. x, SMITH, & Co. for good bar VJTgains in c'othing and Hats aud Cans, and ovury thing in their line. T LACK Pants and Vests of all kinds liibt re JJceis'ed at WM. N. SMITH, ACO'S, OVS HA'IS. B OYS CAPS. Uf ell kinds, jubt reicived at WM. N. SMITH, A 00. AinlsV supply of Drugs, Cliemicals, Patent Medicines, &e.,just received at GRER . .t MCilOLS. No. I, La.-o Street, A r.UunriU'J..lt.! UPOUAlUll, tnu ueaieoi XX article ever invented for Perfuming bicA' Rooms at GREEN A MCHOL.V. No. 1, La.o Stroot A LL tho uosv styles of Furs and beans now iT opened at WJI. N. SMITH, A CO'S, TVUAGG'S Instatant Relief and Speer's Stan, l darn svino iiiuers ai OHEEN A NICHOLS, No. I, Lato Street. BOYS CLOTHING of all kinds just received at WM. N. SMITH, A CUS. WOOL SCARFS of every description, just re ceived at WM. N. SMITH, A CO'S. BOYS and Youth'sClothing of all kiudu, just re colved at WM. N. SMITH, & CU'S, BY TELEGRAPH fir tin crmoiit 'JYanscrtpt. LATEST NEWS! rh Presidential luection, Prospect of a Riot in N.Y, City, Tlic Vote in Boston, Phil, addpliia. &c. GOLD, 1 33 3-8, New York, ;l The Liquor hops throughout the cities of New York nnd Brooklyn are closed up to tliis hour, ten and a half deck. Good order has been pieserved. Of the one hundred and sixtv-eiirht tin usand. eight bundled air. seventy two votes registered in N. Y. City, tlic World estimates thnt about sixteen thousand will bo thrown out, nn l that this will give n Demo:ralic majority of 03,000 or 7d,0D0. The Tribune alleges that at least ;i),000 fraudulent names have been registered. Brooklyn regis ters G9,S07 voter.-;. The Mayor yestculn issued a remarkable proclamation, charg ing in cfl'oct, the Republicans with in tending to prevent naturnilizcd citizens from voting, and exhorting the Den o crats to resist. Second Despatch. The weather is ;auliuil, and will have the effect to bring out nn immense vote. There is every prospect of a riot here. The Sher- ifl'is the leader of an organized baud of ruflinns, and in immitation of Sheriff Dyle, of Philadelphia, has eworn in deputies for duty at tho polls by tlious- nds. The Democrats say this has been done to protect them in their rights at voting places. Gov. Fen ton remains in town, and if a serious riot should occur, a portion of Gen. Shalor's First Division will soon appear upon the scene. Gen Shaler has about 12,000 men subject to his order. There is a Inrgc force of R eg ulnrs at Governor's Island- The Police Commissioners held a nicotine; last evening, and u vigorous effort was made to nullify tne action of Supt. Kennedy, but without effect. Commissioner Ac ton declared that the Mayor's proclam ation was the thing most likely to cnupe bloodshed. Third Dcpatch. The Democrats have evidently been .somewhat disappointed In their estimate of the foreign vote. Republican Clubs have worked with a will in this city. Their influence is ob served at many of the voting places where Irish citizens, who have hereto- fore acted with the Democracy, are vot ing a straight out Union ticket. A.i unusually largo number of names are also working with the Republicans. Everything looks bright nnd cheerful nt the rooms of tho Nntronal Republi can Committee. The last reports received give assu rances that North Carolina, South Car olina, and Florida are sure for Grant. The Republicans are confident of their ability to carry Alabama also. Boston, 3rd. The weather to-day is not so favorable ns could be desired. The voting is passing oil' quietly in the various wards. The vote at twelve o'clock stood ns follows : Pecsidontinl vote Grant, 0,703 ; Sey mour, 3,890. For Governor Clatlin, 0,574; Adams, 3,804. Third CongrcsaionalDistrict Twitch ell, 4,72o; Bailey, 21,01. Fourth Dis trict Hooper, 1,709; Harvey, 1,035. Springfield, III., 3rd. The voting is going on quietly. The Republican majority in tho State will bo 00,000. The Democrats have long since lost all hope. Wo shall certnlnly have 9 Congressmen, perhnps more. Philadelphia, 3rd. Tho day opens clenr nnd cold The election is progressing rapidly and quietly. It is thought that the popular vote will not be so largo ns thnt polled in October. Pittsburg, Pa., 3rd. The Union men nreouc in full force. A very lnrge vjto will be polled. Look out for n majority of from 10,000 to 12,- i 000 for Grant. Boston, 3rd. In the 4th ward, at 10 o'clock, Butler haci 129 votes ; Lord, 29 ; Dana, 14. At Gloucester, Batler had 05 votes i Dona, 18. New York, 3rd. Gold, 133J.