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VERMONT DAILY TKA.ISTSOR.rPT, DECEMBER IS, 1S6S.
Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALBANS, VT.. Satuhday, Decemiiku 12, 1R08. Travelers Guide. ARIUVAL or PA8SF.N0EII TllAINB. Frnn tho South and EaBt, 6,48 a. tn., 11,15 a.m 6,35 p. in., 8,1(1 1). m. Froin llonse'B Point and Weid, 7,20 a. tn., 11, 60 a.m.. 050 p. m. From Montreal, 11 45 ft. m., 0 4o p. m. nr.rAiiTimK or passenoeii tiUikb. For the South and East, 020, a. m., 120 m., 7 20 p. m. For Rouuo'h Foint ami WeBt, G05 a. in. 215 p. m. For Montreal, C 10 a. tn., G 5j p. tn. DA1LT AUltlVAIi OP BTA013 AT ST. ALP.ANS. From 8weotnbnrjjh anil Franklin, 700 p. m. From Richford and Sheldon, 500 p. in. From Sheldon, 10 00 a. tn. From llakeriificld, 11 00 a. m. oailt rxPAimmi: op stages rnoit st. ai.uans. For Franklin and Swoetaburgh, 7 30 i. m. For Sheldon and Rlehford, 8 30 a. m. For Sheldon, 2 00 p. ni. For Bal.orelicld, 1 00 p. tn. Stages call at tho several hotel in town. ..Stao offices at tho Trcmont House. , CLOSINO OP THE MAIM. ' -Mails tor Now York closo at 5 00 a. in. and 7 00 p. in. Mails for Boston clone at 5 a. m. and C30 p.m. Mails for Albany and tho Wet close at 5 1)0 a.m Mails for Canada closo nt 5 CO a.m. Southern and Northern way mail elofn at ." 00 a. ni. Strangers' Guide. fTMIE Y. M. O.A. meets every Monday evening JL at their rooms over Win. N. Smith's Store, Main Street. Chainnlain Chapter No. 1, It. A. M. meet the th'rd Wednesday ovcniiif in each month, at their hall in Wheeler's block, Stain Street. Columbus Council No. 1, B. ,V S. M. moots the eocoud Wednesday evening in each month, .it their hall in Wheeler's Block. Franklin Lodge No. i, F. A A. M., meets the tlrHt Wedneudav evonin in each month at their hall in Union Block, Main Street. Englesby Lodge No. 81 F. .V A.M. meets the fourth Wednesday evening in each month, at their hall in Union Block, Main Street. Crystul Fountain, Temple of Honor No. 1 meets everv Tuesday evening at their Hall in Barnes Block, Lake Street. St. Albans Lodgo No 32, I. O. of (i. T. moots everv Friday evening at their Hall in Barnes Mock, Lake Street. Bising Sun Lodgo No. 8 I. O. of G. T. meets very Saturday evening, at St. Albans Bay. St." John the Baptist Benevolent Society (Ca nadian) meets on tho llrst and third Wednesday evening of each month at their hall over F. H Huntiugton's Store. To Ailvcrtlarrs. Tho Vehmont Daily Tiians okiit has the largest circulation in St. Albans and in Franklin County, of any daily papor, and ii on that account, if no other, the best medium for advertising. Local Items. Ouk Daily. Those wishing to secure copies of our daily paper can do so at Merrifield's and Baker's bookstores, us well as of carriers, and at the office. Copies of our weekly paper may also be had at these places. . The Holidays. This morning Mr. Elihu H.Huntington, who is making great preraiatlon for Merry Christmas and Happy New Year't,sent us the best wishes of the season in the shape of a very handsome piece of Lava Work, con sisting of a tray e.gar tumbler, a match box, and ashes box, for which of course wo arc thankful. The c'gar tumbler is not yet tilled with Havanna's, but it doubtless will be when cigar venders read this local, and, then we shall make I long and frcquciitt. Removal. Mr. Edward Tatro I. as re moved his barber's shop from the Wel- den House to rooms over Mr. Ball's meat market on Lake sticet. Tin: Minstrels. Whitmore and Claik's Minstrels appeared betore u crowded house at Academy Hall last night. The entertainment was a decid ed success ; tho best of order was pre sumed throughout, and the the large as sembly remi.iiied without interruption till the grand finale of "Who Stole the Stamp's." Everything was "fun alive," and the great unnatural contortion feat of the "Grecian bend," byMcCawl y(a negro' belle), was received with thunder of applause. Nothing further need be said than that the troupe at this appeal ance fully sustained their reputation in their profession in St. Albans. -- Something now f r Christmas, at 11. L. Samscn & Co's. Toys of all kinds. Lares slock of confectionery whole sale and retail. Splendid stock of nicer sehaum pipes, remember. You will find at the Lake St. Store a full assortment of fancy for tho holidays. Drue goodfc State Temper nce Convention.- The annual meeting of the Vermont State Temperance Society, will bo held atJNortlifield, on Wednesday and Tliurs day, Dec. lflth and 17th. It is hoped t lero wilfbe a full representation of the churches and various temperance organ izations cf the State, and a Irfrgo attend ance of iho lriends of tne cause. The Rutland Jtallroad will give return tick ets, and I havo no doubt the Vt. C R.R. Co., will do the same, us application to that effect has been made. The hospit ality of the people of Northfie.d is tend- ered to all who may attend. C. M. Willard, Chairman Ex. Com. Castleton, Dec. 5, 1303 A Runaway Accident. About 8 o'clock this afternoon the horse of Mr. E. C. Gallar, which was being driven by Mr. Charles E. Thompson, who was accompanied by bis wife and aucthcr Inily, bccaim frightened at something, ! ntul Increased hia speed eo much that tho ladles thought It best to leave the sleigh mid accordingly jumped out op posite Page'a bnkeiy on North Main St. Mr. Thompson cntletivored to con trol his horse, but before the horse had proceeded much further ran into a load of slabs, and capsized Mr. T. The. frightened horsu ran n J fur as Kingman Street, when ho came in con tact with a lamp post, which disengaged him from the sleigh, leaving only tho shafts, which struck a boy named Ed ward Jlmmery, who was standing by, whh great violence, throwing him sev eral feet, when he was stopped. It was supposed, when tho lad was llrst picked up, that his skull was fractured, but an examination by Dr. Fassett showed that only his head and face were badly In jured. The young ladies and Mr Thomp son wore not materially injured. Tho sleigh, it Is unnecessary to say, was badly wrecked. Something! new for Christmas, utll. L. Samson & Co's. Toys of all kinds. Large stock of confectionery wholesale and letnil. Splendid stock of meer schaum pipes, remember. Basket Perfumes, a nice present for the Holidays, at Greene and Nichols, iNo. i, italic tst. Oddity. Vc notice tho uppenrnnce upon our streets ot a msluoiiable Mon treal sleigh, which is a novel institution in St. Albans, surely, so very unlike the Poitlaud make us to attract universal a - t.'iilion. Upon Inquiry we learn t.iatit is the property of Mrs. Foster, of Water loo, P. Q., who is a daugh or of the Hon Bradley Barlow, of this town. Upon the whole, we consider the turn out de cidedly gay. Installed at Georgia. The instal- staliation of Rev. C. C. Torrey will take place at Georgia on Wednesday, the lGth inst. The sermon is expected from Rev. J. Torrey, of East Hardwick. Charge to pastor by Rev. II. C. Riggs, St. Albans. Right hand of fellowship by Rev Geo B Safford, Burlington. Charge to the people by Rev E Whee- lock, Cambridge. The examination of the candidate wi'l be public, and is appointed at 10 o'clock a. in. ; the public exercises at 1 o'clock p. m. Ani'iroxzo Quay, aged 14, has just been sent to the Reform School from Burlington, for one year, for petty lar ceny. Revenue Commissionkk. Washing ton specials say, the rumor is current that the Hon F E Wo odbridge is to be Mr. Rollins' successor as Commissioner of Internal Revenue. If you would increase your business, advertise. Forefathers' Day. The Middle- bury Historical Society will celebrate this day (Dec. 22) with an oration by Prof. Webberand a social festival. Something new for Christmas, at II. L. Samson-& Co's. To, s of all kinds. Large stock of confectionery-r-wholcsalc- and retail. Splendid stock of meer schaum pipes, remember. 1 km a hkahleRkcovkry. The New port Express says: Eber Wheeler, ol Brownington, was seriously wounded in the small of the hack at the buttb of ihiloh. Since that time, now over six years, till recently, there has been no circulation of blood in his limbs. He has been able, however, some of the time to move about with tho use ol crutches, having partial control of the muscle of his limbs, hut no feeling what ever. In September last, Dr. Ran icy of Barton, was called to him while ap parently suffering from fitsorsomething of that kind. He prescribed a verv powerful remedy us tho lustresort, which seems at once to have renewed thewoik ot circulation tlnough theontiro system, causing the most exciutiating pain to the patient. Interne suffering contin ued for a time, until circulation became healthy and complete, and lie its now walking about quite comfortably with - out the aid of crutch or cane. o- - . - The ,Vorld in Windsor. Tho Bil lows Falls Times is responsible for the bliowing: "Eighty campaign copies of tho New York World were sent to Wit - lor, and cacli democrat in town had a copy, and tho balance wero given to re publicans. The esnlt was a handsome epublican gain and even several of the democrats went over and voted for Jrant." Old Santa Clans and nice perfume! at Greene and Nichols, No. 1, Luke St Senate Standing Committees. The Standing Committees of the Senate wero elected on Thursday. Air. Ed munds is a member of the Judiciary and Pensions Committee, and also a member of the Jo nt Committee on revising tho rules of the Senate. Mr, Morrill has place on the Coauuttees on Finances and Comaierce, St. Albans ANDjPLATrantmcui.-Wo Mcarn thaUho fate of tlio"Itlver Queen" will not operate against the permanency of tho established line between St. Al bans and Pittsburgh. Enaugh has been learned from the short .lino, the iw cr viueeii mui nvcu ,,.. u. , Lake Chainploin, to satisfy those who T f .. 1 1, , 11. . ..f I havo been interested in nor, una mere U profit In tho enterprise. Some $15,000 In stock, is already subscribed toward building a new steamer, whtcli, will probably be built the ensuing winter at St. Albans Buy. Wo understand that Shipmaster Spear, of Burlington will bo tho builder. A good Steamboatono that tho people would have confidence In, would bo appreciated by the people of St. Albans and Pfattsbuigh and the Is lands, and would abundently reward the s ockliolders. We hope, that such o vessel mav be built. A Knotty Case. Enos Adams, a business man of Bennington, gave the Second National bank of that place his note for $0,000 with government bonds as collateral, and drow money from the bank as ho needed it. When the bank was robbed in August last, the bonds were stolon. Acams refuses to pay the note till bonds are produced and L. A. Graves, president of tho bank, has brought an action on the note. Deacon Joseph Wilder and wife, of West Bratlloboro, celebrated the 25th anniversary of their marriage on the evening of Dec. 7th. Something now for Christmas, at H, L. Samson & Co's. Toys of all kinds. Largo stock of confectionery wholesale and retail. Splendid stock of meer schaum pipes, remember. Patent. Levi K. Fuller and Henry K. White of Brattleboro, assignors of J. Esfev & Co., have obtained a: patent for .mproveincnt In reed musical instru ments. Sudden Death. Oliver Willard, Esq., died suddenly Sunday evening, Dec. 0th, while attending services at Mr Radcliff's Church, Forty -second and ino streets, Philadelphia, Pa., in the 30th year of his age. Mr. Willard and his wife were visiting with their child ren in rmiauclplua at tne time oi ins death. -- - 4 Wit dsor District. Major Rounds, the new Judge of Probate for this Dis tr.ct, has appointed Col. Thomas O. Bta0i. of Cavendish, Register for the ensuing ye;u. Sale or Real Estate. We leavn from the AVoodstockS?ranccrrrf that very mportant sale of leal estate was made in that town on Monday. Dr. T. E Powers sola his beautiful place, known the "Old Dr. Powers Place," to Justin K McKeime, of Quechee. Tlr; price was $0400. Something now for Christmas, at ll, . Samson & Co's." Toya of all kind. Large stock ol'coiili ctionery wholese.. ind retail. Splena'd stock of mci.:'- sehaum pipes, lcmember. A Large Membership. Park Street Church, Boston, lias a remarka ble history. Since its organization, early 50 years ago, 110,000 have been connected with it, and 200 who became foreign missionaries, received religion instruction from its pulpit. Among its pastors wero thw late Drs. Beecher, Dw.ght,Linsley,aud other distinguished names. Key. Silas Aiken, l). IL, oi Rutland, was foimerly pastor of this church. Mr. Stevens' Old Seat. Thudtieus Stevens' old seat in the House of Rep resentatives lias been regularly assigned to Gen. Butler. The latter occupied it by suftYunce all of last session, tor Mr, Stevens always occupied a seat near tho Speaker's dusk, but it is said that M Stevens on his death bed requested that Mr. Butler might retain tho seat, and hih wishes have been respected. Something now for Christmas, at 11. L. Samson & Co's. Toys of all kinds. Large stock of confectionery whole sale and retail. Splendid stock of nicer sehaum pipes, remember. Varieties. Happiness is perfume that ene can't shed over another without a few drops fal.ing on oneself. Idleness is hard work for those who are used to it. and dull work to those who are. The latest improvement to the Grecian bond is the Roman wiggle. Tho remains of the bachelor wi "burst into tears" on reading a descrip uon oi married iho, nave ueen touiu When you pass a door after 9 o'clock at nignt, and see a young man and wo min, and hear a smack, you may bet your bottom dollar that man don't live mere. Thieves usually do business on their own nook. It is less pain to learn In youth than to b3 ignorant in old age. Life is a conundrum which the sharp est wit has to give up. It was an old baoholor who said, " If you meet a yountr ladv who is not verv shy, you had better be a little shvvour- shy, elf. The rich think that perplcwith naught are necessarily naughty. "Westward, ho 1" exclaim? a Western exchange. Wc should say a fcl ow might as well hoi eastward as westward, slnco he lias got to digfora llvlngwhor cver ho may be. Do vou gcpk con(i0ntioll f- your bop- roW3 j arlu U V asked it pious old lady oi an intemperate lellov,wiio was some thin mr of a wair. Yes. in a horn." wv the laconic and wlt'y reply. A man ic badlv oil' if, in hard weath er, he has chinks in his roof, and no chink in his pocket. When is a lane dangerous to walk in ? When the hedges are shooting, and tho bull-rushes out. Why is a married man like a candle ? Because he sometimes goes out at night when ho ought not to. It is true of many persons that the'r memory is nothing but a row of hooks to hang grudges on. Solomon advises the slucirard te no to the ant, but the shiftless in our day generally goto their uncle. "Palri k. do vou know tho fate of the drunkard ?" "Fate I Don't 1 stand on the inn&t beautiful pair you ever see"" "We know a irlrl." savs come one. "so industrious that, when she has noth ing else to do, she sits and knits her brow." W hat's the Use. What's the use of minding what " they say?" What's the use lying awake o'nights with the unkind remark of some false friend run ning through your brain like forked lightning? What's the u e of getting Into a worry and fret over gossip that has been set atloat to your disadvantage by some meddlesome busy-body who has more time than character? These things can't possibly njuu you, unless, indeed, you take notice of them, and in combatting them give thcra etiaracter and standing. Jfwh.it is said is true, setyourse.f right.at once; If It is false, let it go for what it will .etch, until it dies of inherent wca'cness. Fulton Market. Just received, a nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hams, Bologna Sausage, Sweel Potatoes, To matoes, Pears, Peaches, Water Melons and Musk Melons. dtf-94. Eminent men oi science havo discov ered that electricity and magnetizin are 'evuloped in the system Jrom the iron ii. tne blood. Tins accounts for the de bil ity, lows spirits and lack of energy a pa Mm fe.ls when this vital element becomes reduced. The Peruvian Syrup a niotoxide of iron, supplies the blood with Us iron element and in tho only form it in whioh it is possible for it to enter the circulation. A young lady writing to her mother from Europe says : " Send mo a dozen bottles of 'Barrett's Vegetable Hair Restorer.' What I took with me is all ,rone, and I cannot think of spoiling my hair by using any other." The judg ment of all who have used Barrett's will confirm this lady's experience. JJoslon Transcript d&w NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. HOLI DAYS On Lake Street. At GREENE & NIOHOL'S DRUG STORE mnd a lull assortment or Drug Fancy Goods and Toilet Articles. eonsiMtni'' of HruheH, Coinhs, a xood assortment of Lubin Condray'u and ItimmeH'M Handkerchief Extraetn, ChIukik-h, Pomades. Counctique, Ac., te. Hair OilH.Lillie Vhiten,Toilrt SoauH of nil liiudn, Tooth and Nail 15 r u h h o , and, in faet, ANYT SING IN OUR LINE OF GOODS. GREENE & NICHOLS, uVO. LAKE STREET, ST. ALHANS, VT. AIbo, a full atsortmcut of imported and domestic C I. Gr RS AT Lake Street Drug Store. dw240 THIRD ANNUAL CONVENTION OK THE Northern Vermont Musical Association, will nn iikOj at Academy Hall, St. Albans Continuing four days, Jan. 5, 0, 7 & 8 TWO Git A XD COXCEKTS Will be f 1 veil. CONDUDTOB3 I deo. F. Root, 0. M. Wyman, dl74wJ4C-tf Chicago. 111. Keene, N. II, BOYS Over Coats of all kinda at YM. N. SMITH, U CO'S. PANTS and Yeats of all kinds just arrived at WM. N. SMITH & CO'S. XJitr A I) f 'Ell TISE MENTIS. ttlFTS FOB Till-) HOLIDAYS AT Merr ifield's Bookstore! A Christmas Carol, to be tuny by small girls anil good-sized boys, between noiv and ihc JTolldays By A Miserable Wretch, Esq. Whom may the Fatea reward with Immortality and Greenbacks. This old Subscriber blows his hoin, l'or Christmas day is nearly born, And Sixty-Kicht soon makes his bow To take a sail in Charon's seow 1 Adoo, old Codger 1 Fare thee well 1 Thy joys and sorrows nil e.in tell : Wu witch thy exit down Time's i liore, And wish thee uato the biilowso'tr ; Hut ere thou nuik'st that journey Ioiir, 1'iay list unto my Christmas Kong, Come, Muse of Ui-im Craeksl thou must tell What .1. M. MluiiiiFiu.il lias to sell, Since his return from market-town. Take heed, O Muse 1 and " do it brown 1" "i, (,'ood I'efjassus, thou canst shitf !'Iiom(. I'ooksmid Toy.-, he was to bring ; I'limi l'sahn-book, to Toiumv Thumb, r Watches, warranted as dumb I "Variety is the s;rico of life," KhiK Holm for gills, for boys a Knife. ifow shall I slog the gilts that root The vision-V Zounds, they can't bo bent I How shall 1 mention lialt'tho traps Ho has to sell - from Kows to Kats V Those 1'uriau St.ittiette so line Of uods, and heroiM once divine 1 Such Lava-Ware, bueh goods in Ilronzc. Of Lincoln, Franklin, and the Nuns 1 0 my I I can't loll half to thee, lie wine and hasten there to see. Ho I ye alllicted. lie's foryou Hymn liooks.Tracts, and ''.Mountain Dew"; l'o.vder ilaslis just brought trom Maino, Whero nought but bread is made from grainl To smooth that brow o. discontent He'd whisper, Pipe, u Testament, Or aull you Cards, or Sermons, bound In calf throughout ; or many a sottud "Ambrosia," and Harmonica', To keep your hair from turning gray I For books to clog an tipper shell', He cannot suit you well himself, lint points you, like an honest man, To Jones it Co.'s. ortbosowbo can. His books aro iresh, and good, and now, For lawyer, parson, or tor you, On every subject 'neath the sun, From Metaphysics up to fun. Hich, rare, and racy aro his goods, Though liibles or lted Hiding Hoods. Tboso lloostcrs roost tho livelong day, Tlmso Tweescrs twitch one's grief away, Thoso l'enclis paint one's sweetheart true, With red eyes or cerulean blue. Man When 1 was a little girl 1 oiled my hair, for 'twouldn't enrl ; But as that failed to catch a beau, I donned a Mailt and ' lot him go." This was deemed neither rude nor rough In my day but "quite up to snulV." Long years ago, ono festal day, I met a small hoy on bis way To school. He drew upon his Sled His sister. The little fellow said '.Mid sobs 'No Christmas Gitta had they Found in their poor socks 1 Far away Cruel Santa Chius had gone. And lelfr Sis and himself forlorn 1" lire Christinas e.imo next year, 'tis said, They both, with broken hearts, were dead 1 Ilear roguish Tom and happy May Sing with delight this holiday 1 Yet modest Noll (God help such dears!) Neglected, shells on Christmas-tears, (l'.itlios aside, erratic Muse, Such strains would give a saint the blues ! Sing, Diaries for young and old, And eall implicit or they'll be sold !) ltun small, run great, run one, run all, Twig dolls roll back their ears-and squall ! Thus might my old nag jog along ud sing to you an endless song ; Might tell of School-books, Pens and Sand, Tales 'of the sea and talcs of land. Initial Paper, Slates, and Ink, And everything that one can think ; Hut Mine is precious now to mo, And doggerel not much prized bv thee. Hold 1 there's one thing I long since should said His Pi.VNOUF.rrKs "am, Aitr. tuisiNO NkiiI" 't. Albans Vt., December i), 180S. diw21f,-3 Goldsmith & Seavey, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, GADCOMB'S BUILDING, NOllTJIMAINSt., ST. ALBANS, Vt, Life. Fire. Inland and Accidental Insurance effected in Reliable Companies. Losses equitably adjusted and Prdmpt Paid lOld&wtf FOR SALE. "OKING about to leave town. I wish to dispose JL of my residence on Northtiold St., which win uo soui mr a reasoneoio sum. For lurther particulars enquire of me. l in-d-tf. 11. F. WILLIAMS. To Rent. ClOMMEIlCIAL Collego Rooms; possession given Sept., 1st. Throe Itooms easy oi access, and very pleasant situation for Club itooms or unices. WM. N. SMITH St. Albans, Aug. !i, 1803. dTOtl LOST. BHTWF.EN Fulton Markot, St. Albans and the Fair Ground, or on it, a dark colored morrocco wallet, containing J151, and a receipt ironi rseverance x uo.. uostou, to is. u. uanar The Under will receive a reward r.f Ml) on return ing tho wallet to E. O. GALLAlt. St. Albans 10th Sept.. ISC8. nllltf St. Albans Dining Rooms, LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS, DOWNING & STEERE PROPRIETORS TTTAltal MEALS or Lunches served at 'all T t hours, tn the best stylo. Fresh Baltimore Oysters, : Received daily and supplied to the Trado at wiioiesaio prices. niuii d&wtf PAPER COLLARS and CUFFS of aU Kinds at Win. N. SMITH, & CO'S BY TELEGRAPH For the Virmont Transcript. LATEST; NEW WAfcHINOTON, 12tll. It Ih prolmblo that tho Senate Indian Co nimittco will report nsn substitute foi- th o House bill transferring thu Indian 1 1 Buro.iu to tho War Dcparlmenl, a bill alsing tho Indian Bureau to an tnde pc ndent department, and reorganizing tl) .c system agencies and suporintenden- cl es. Nkw Yoiik, llith. Mesa rd. Murphy and Wynkoop, super itendeuts of Indian Affairs, in unolll- eial letteiy to ono of the departments in aililngton, state that Black Kettle. hose band was defeated on theWnchitst Ivor by (.Jen Custer, recently was friendly to tho United States, and that ne and nis band were then tm their ay to draw their annuities. The report that 13 B Washburne was positively to be Grant's Secretary of the reasury was stated by the head waiter t the Union League banquet, whusa aeiouslyjndged as much from the eon eitition around the table. Madrid special of yesterday sa s tl ic Cadi insurrection is spreading. Several cities have refused their alle giance to the Provisional Government. I he Spanish clergy and the monlot are said to be at tho hcadofthereac ion; they havo enlisted the republicans on Heir side. This movement is said to have been nstigaled by Gen Cabicra. A London special states that several English newspapers announce that Queen Victoria, wounded in her religi ous feelings by the success cfthe Li hi als, has manifested a des.ro to abdi cate. The ZW&MJiesays, the lien C Cushinir is on his wayj to Spain on a special mls- ion Horn the Department of State, riis mission is to arrange for the jnirch of the island of Cuba from the Spanish Government. He is vested with full power to close the bargain, should f no Spanish authorities express a willlii- n&ss to soil. Mr. Seward's friends say It is hln cai- nest desire to connect his retirement, from tho State Department with the ac quisition of tho island of Cuba. Londo'n, 12th. No news has yet been receive i of tho bombardment of Cadiz, telegiaphicoom min'ca, Ion being interrupt ;d with Madrid. A despatch, from Madrid 10th. savs. a large number of workmen armed them selves with carbines, and with bayonets tastened to sticks, and assumed a threat ening' attitude, which they still main tain. The National Militia were ordered to proceed aga'nst them, and several bat talions are preparing to march agaitub them. Great efforts aro being made to raiso a revolt here. The armistice between the Govern ment, troops and insurgents has been prolonged till to-night, both parties con senting to await the arrival of the Re publican committee in Seville, who will make an attempt at mediation. New York, 12th. Gold, 135jj. CHRISTMAS IS COMING! Do not delay, but call at onoe at HUNT I NG T 0 N'S! And select your PRESENTS from tho largest and best variety over offered In this MARKET! I You will all find Just tho thing you want If you call' Now. SEngravlng done in th.i best manner. lC7(l-tt HOTOHTOK'S 05TSTER HOUSE. Every Morning, BALTIMORE OYSTIRS KEQ, QUART OR GALLON. Lake KtrSt, 5t Albans. ' ' Oct. 1 18C8. 123dwlm. WOOL SCARFS of everv descrintioa,Just r. eoived at WM. K. SMITH, & CO'S,