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VERMONT DAILY TEANSOEIPT, APEIL SO, 1S69.
Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALBANS, VT. FltiDAV. Al'lUL 30, 1809. Travelers' Guide. AfltttVAI. OF VASSKMIKlt TltAINS. Flow tho South and Kimt, G,48 a. in., 11,15 a.m 6,35 p. in., 8,10 p. ni. ..... From House's Point and West. 7,20 a. in., 11, 50 a. m.. C50 p. m. From Montreal, 11 45 a. ni., C 45 p. m. UKPAllTUnE OF PASSENOF.n THAJNS. For tho South and East, 0 20, a. m., 12 0 in., 7 20 p. m. For House's Point and West, -005 a. m. 2 15 p. m. For Montreal, C 10 a. in., 0 55 p. m. DA1I.T AKIIIVAti OF STAGES AT ST. AL11ANH. From BncctaburRh and Franklin, 700 p. From llichford and Sholdou, 500 p. m. From Sheldon, 10 00 a. m. From Bakersflcld, 11 OO.a. ni. nui.r UEFAnTiini: of htaoes khom st. AI.I1AX8, , 111. For Franklin and Sweetsburiih, 7 80 a For Sheldon and Hichford, 8 :10 a. ni. For Sheldon, 2 00 p. m. For Bakerslkld, 1 00 p. in. Stages call at thu several hotels In town. Stage ollices at tho Treniont House. CLOSING OF HIE MAILS. Mails for Now Yolk close at 5 00 a. in. and 7 00 p. in. Mails for llostoli close at 5 a. in. and 000 p.m. Mails for Albany and tho West close at 5 00 a.m Mails for Canada close at B 00 a. in. Southern and Northern way mail close at 5 00 Strangers' Guide. rpHC Y. M. OA. meets every Monday pveuiiif; L at their rooms over Win. N. Smith's Store, Main Street. Champlain Chapter No-' It. A. M. meets thu third Wednesday evening in each month, at tlieir hall in Union block, Main Street. Columbus Council No. 1, It. A S. M. meets the t-econd Wednesday evening in each month, at their hall in Union ltlook. Franklin l.odgu No. 4, F. A A. M., meets thu liist Wednesday evening in each month at their hall in Union lllock, Main Street. Km,'lebv Lodgf No. 81 F. A A.M. meets the fourth Wednesday evening in each month, at their hall in Union Block, Main Street. Crystal Fountain, Temple of Honor No. 4 meets evorv Monday evening at their Hall in Birnes Mock, Lake Street. St. Albans Lodge No 32, I. O. of O. T. meets .everv Friday evening at their Hall in ISames Mock, Lako'Strcet. Rising Sun Lodge No. 8 I. O. ot'G.T. meets .vcrv Saturday evening, at St. Albans Day. St." John tho Baptist Benevolent Society (Ca madian) meets on tho first and third Wednesday evening of each month at their hall ocrE. H. Huntington's Store. To Ailv-rllseri. The VllKMOST DAILY TllANS- hut has the largest circulation in St. Albans siud in Franklin County, of any daily paper, and is on that account, if no other, the best medium for advertising. Local Items. - Out: Daily. Those wishing to secure copies of our daily paper can do so at Merrilleld's and Baker's bookstores, as we)l as of carriers, and at the olllce. Copies of our weekly paper may also be had at these places. - Franklin County Curt. April Term, !'.. lion W. C. Wilson, Presiding Judge. Hon. W. C. Stevens, vuinnN Hon. Johx K.Whitnkv, A " lumL ' Fuiday, April 30. The ease of State vs. Wm. Ryan and others indictment, assault and battery on James Carrol, Jr., camo to a conclu sion this evening, the 'jury bringing in a verdict against three of the defendants, Win. Ryan, James Ryan, and Joseph Wallace, dismissing the other defend ant, Patrick Uyan. They will each be lined. The next case was, State vs. same parties. Twelve ear loads of Canadians will pass through hero to-night being the largest number since tho exodus com me iced. Cleaning up yards, making gar dens and burning old rubbish, seems, agriiulturally speaking, the order of the day through our streets. Camilla Unso, the renowned violin ist connected with Hall's Boston Con certs, played at the Rutland Opera House Rutland, May 4th. Are there not inducements enough to get this classical lady to givo au entertainment at Academy Hall. Academy Hall. This evening , Alice Raymond's Combination.Operatic Troupe, appear fur tho first time at Academy Hall. The opening play is Dion Bourcicault's great masterpiece, the Irish drama, of the "Colleen Bawn" or "The Brides of Garryowen," in which thirteen talented artistes net each a separate part. We notice J. W. Delano, Alice Raymond and Carrie Jamison take a prominent place in the principal acts. The company seems to ho well organized, having a full corps of actors and actresses. Tho evening's entertainment closes with the side-split ting farce, entitled tho "Rough Dlamonil." Tito merits ot tho com pany bespeak f jr them u full house. Foit Califoknia. On the seven o'clock train, last evening, sixteen hard working mechanics took their departure for California, buoyed up with the pros pect of moro remunerative employment yet with sinking hearts at leaving their wives, children and friends, so drear at home. Of tho number that left, all were men of families except one. They leave New York harbor to-morrow, at 12 o'clock. Awnings. Our meveliants are put ting up, pretty extensively, Mr. James Lynch's French- awnings. Seven having " adopted " them to-day. They are mildew proof, and give buildings a nice appearance. HEAVY Bonds. The Post Olllce Dc partmcnt requires Patrick H. Jones, re cently appointed Postmaster at New York, to gtve bonds in the arm of $75, 000. - Mits. Calvin Brtow.v, of Morgan, recently having occasion to disturb one of her beds which hail not been occupi ed for a night or two, found enconccd beneath the feather lied, a nice, well grown skunk. Pliny H. White. The death of tills noble champion of right, one of Ver mont! most gifted sons, is deeply felt by the Press of the State. The able pen of Henry Clark, thus tersely finishes n long and elaborate obituary of his old colleague, in the columns of the Rutland JRrald: "Vermont has the honor of his birth, the benefit of his labors ; her hills were his home, her history and in terests his study, her progress his de light, her honor his glory, and her soil his grave. Farewell, faithful friend and associate, and may a kind Providence grant to our beloved State another sou like Pliny 11. White." Omtuaky. Isaac Cushniau Brown, an esteemed citizen of Waterbur, died at that place Wednesday afternoon. He was widely known in the State as a business man. He had held various important ollices and at the time of his death was Assistant Assessor of Inter nal Revenue for the 12d District, which olllce he has held for several years. On the 14th of July next there is to lie a grand convention of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the United Staets and the Canadian Dom inion, to be held at Portland, Maine. BURLINGTON STEAMTtOAT COMPANY. At the Annual meeting of the Bur lington Steamboat Company, held at Burlington April 27th, 18G9, the follow ing gentlemen were elected Directors for the year ensuing: John B. Page, Rutland ; Lawrence Barnes, Burling ton ; J. B. Harris, Rutland; Levi Un derwood, Burlington ; Peter Butler, George B. Chase, Boston ; E. A. Bireh ard, Brandon; S. W. Foster, Knowlton P. Q,; (icorgc A. Merrill, Rutland. The Directors subsequently organized by electing John B. Page, President ; George A. Merrill, General Superin tendent, and J. M. Haven, Treasurer. Postal Appointments. The follow ing Vermont postal appointments have bee.i made: James II. Whipple, ut Newport Centre, vice G. L. Sleeper, re signed ; Orwell D. Town, at Soutli Woodstock, vice J. W. Cilley, resigned. Laugi: Puuckask. Mr. O'Neal of Highgate, lias purchased a farm of 394 icies, of Mr. J. L. Scott, of Bristol, for which lie pays thirty thousand dollars. Rutland has a Ladies Temperance Association, which is doing a good work. An Energetic Supeuintkndent. . correspondent of the Boston Journal, writing from St. Johnsbury speaks thus of the promptness of Superintendent Perry, of the Passumpsic Railroad in forwarding mails during the recent reshet : "I would like to mention that when the mail train on the'Passumpslc Rail road was stopped at Barton, Vt., by the high water, Mr. A. H. Perry, the ener getic Superintendent, took the mail nags on a hand car and with a few niou proceeded on tlie track, wiiicn wasttien covered by water, until the depth of water rendered it impossible to go far ther; then shouldering a mail bag Him self and directing his men do the same, lie started by tana, and altera weary tramp o'er hill and dale,' passed the Hooded district and delivered the mails where they could be forwarded by train. -- Fevaotml. The la California has "positive and authentic" information that Pres ident Grant will " certainly" visit Cal ifornia during the coming summer It says that his advent will be an oc casion for the greaatest enthusiasm ever witnessed in the State." The oldest merchant in Boston is Mr. Timothy Dodd, fur dealer, who has been continuously in business for seventy-four years. He is now eighty- nine years of age, and may daily be found at his store in Milk street active ly engaged. Horatio Seymour, according to a Western paper, has been buying exten slvo tracts of land in Iowa. FOR SALE. A HOUSE and lot of land confuting of six acres, situated about a mile and u quarter west of tho Depot in St. Albans. Tho buildings aro nearly new and in f;oud repair. There is a fruit orchard of about fifty young trees, and tho land is in good state of cultivation For further particulars apply to 3ttf-252 11. F. HUGO. Agricultural Meeting THE Directors of tho "Franklin County A(,'ii cultural and Mechanical Society" aro re quested to meet at Uoouspcud s Hotel, in nitoi don, Wednesday, May 5th. 18CJ, at 10 o'elouk a.m. l-eruraor, 1 m J, 11, BTUFFLEBEAN. XKWA1) VEIITISEMEXTS. T It E A T 11 I 0 A L . ALICE RAYMOND'S BOSTON COMBINATION Will appear at -A.cacler.iiy Hall, SATURDAY, MAY 1st, In the beauiful Drama UNDER THE GAS-LIGHT I 'Ihu Mii'iagor bus engaged thu 1 ST. ALBANS BRASS BAND, 1 Who will entertain the audience each evening with the most popular melodies of the day. Doom open at halt past seven ; performance to commence at eight o'clock. Admission, :)5c, ; lteserved Seals, GOo. Tickets can be had during the day at Baker's and Merrilicld's Bookstores, '!!.'! .1. W. DELANO, Manager. Revenue Stamps OF all denominations, can be had at the Post Olllce. Hank Street. 2'Jl'tf H. N. li.VltliF.U, P.M. G-rand Opening OF NEW MILINERY aOODS. MRS. H. F. BUCK IS now prepared to oiler, at her Ncw.ltoonis, in the f'arrar lllock, Corner of Main and Con gress Streets, at QUE A TL Y RED UCED PRICES, A largo stock of New and Fashionable Goods ! ! ! Milliners and Dress-makers sunnliod at wholesale, very low. Goof.a cut any desired length. Patterns of all kinds : Embroidered Laeo : Corsets ; Skirts ; Whlto liood-j ; Finu Flannels. A Splendid lino of Gloves and Hosiery Worsted -All Shades. lSouncts and Hats trimmed in tho Latest Paris and Now iork Styles. PLEASE CALL AND SEE ! ! 294t-4 Wanted Immediately, SIX Oil EIGHT Flint Clniu House Inl !, to whom good wages will bo paid. Appiv to II. E. COLONEV & CO.. Congress Street, St. Albans, Vt. April 2'J, 18G'J. Clias, B, Swift WILL OPEN Spring and Summer Millinery, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, MAY 4th and 5th, 1869. " LET US HAVE PEACE."' OBAKD NATIONAL PEACE JUBILEE AND MUSICAL FESTIVAL, To bo held in tho CITY OF BOSTON, June 15, 16, 17, 18 & 19, 1869, To commemorate tho restoration of PEACE TH110UGHOUT THE LAND. The Coliseum in wuich the Jubilee is to bo held will afford ample accommodatiau tor nearly IIlTi 'PiiniToivn liviiunvu 11.., i r- sical Entertainments will include oratario per formances uy tno Greatest Chorus ever organized in any part of tho world, inado up of Musical Societies trom all sections of tho country, and TWENTY THOUSAND CHILD- Ulil-. irom tlie puniic Hcuoois, wan an urclies. tra of One Thousand Instruments, comprising many of tho principal Hands and best jiusicians 111 1110 united stales. Distinguished Guests from all sections of the Union, including NA TIONAL AND STATE OFFICIALS will partici pate in the Jubilee, and tho citizens of ltoston will bo prepared to extend to thoeo hospitalities and attentions to visitors from abroad which they hopo may servo to inaugurate the return of kind and fraternal feeling among all Ameri can citizens, and aid in perpetuating throughout tho world, " I'hack on iuutii, hood wii.i. to- WAllD MEN." Tho immense outlay attendant upon this vast undertaking has been guaranteed with an unex ampled promptness by tho citizens of Uoston, ensuring for tho Festival and Jubileo every suc cess which pecuniary aid can command. Tho following scale of prices has been estab lished : Sinoi.k Admission, villi secured soats. fj and $3, according to location. Sinoi.e Admission, wilhout secured seats $2. Si:ason Tickkt -transferable admitting three persons to all tho entertainments given in tno uonscum (Hiring tno season, iuu. The sale of scats will commonco at tho Uoston Manic Hall. Monday. May 3rd. Ordors for scats. acuoinpauiud with tlm money, may bo transt try, or by mall or express, dlrcctod to A. 1 PECK, Ticket Agont, IJostou Music Hall, Uoston, Mass. Per order of tho Executive Committee HENlty G. PARKER, Secretary, -tlm CALL and sco tho best Stock of Clothing, Hats and Caps and Furnishing Goods in the State, ut VM N. SMITH, A-CO. Gr ,0 TO.WM. N, SMITH & CO'H tor your ana winter uiotuiug, NEW STORE NEW GOODS!! "EST arrived from New York, with a very large stock of DRY GOODS, roNsihTiNM or Shawls, Silks, Cloaks, And a great variety of Dross Goods, Calicos, Cotton Cloth, Great variety of HOUSE-KEEPING GOODS, Large lot of CLOTH and OLOAKINaS, AND FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS. I" WILL si JL V rices, WILL sell at the lowest New York Market as- Come and look for yourself, at the Neiv York Cheap Store, on Lake Street. HENRY DANENBAUM. St. Albans, Vt., April 21. 1800. 287 UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE TAXES FOR 1D69. COLLECTOR'S NOTICE, "VI OTICE is hereby given that tho Ineomo, 11 Special and other Annual Taxes assessed 011 tho Annual List of 18G9 for tho Third Collec tion District of Vermont, aro now due and pay able, and thatl will attend myself, or by Depu ty, at the following timcB and places to receive tlie same, viz : FRANKLIN COUNTY. At the Welden House, St. Albans, on Monday afternoon, Tuesday and Wednesday, Mav 3rd, Ith and 5th 18G9. At Fassett's Hotel, Enosburgh Falls, on Thurs day, May Cth, irom 10 a.m. till -1 p.m. At Warren's Hotel, Dakerslield, on Friday, May, 7th, until 12 111. At tho Valloy Hotel, Fairfax, on Friday, May 7th, from 2 p.m. tiil 5 p.m. At Jennison's Hotel, Swanton, on Saturday, Mav 8th. Persons neglecting to pay their Taxes within the time above specified, will bo required to pay twenty cents tor notice, and after ten daysj'ire per cent, additional upon the amount of the tax, with interest and cost of Collection. Taxes can be sent by other persons and re ceipts will bo returned. ANSON J. CRANE, Collector 3d District Vermont. Hurlington, April 22nd, 1809. 289 IMPORTANT ! FOR the better accommodation of the public, tho subscriber has secured tho services of several experienced Pulnti-rn, liluxler and I'ii pi-r IlungirK. With a fair share of public prtronago ho is determined to keep the best working gang of mechanics in the County. Let it bo remembered that ho employs none but experienced workmen and men of bteady habits. If yon want a painter, don't forget tho place; Shop on Lake Street, opposite tho Foundry; Residence cast of Academy, on High Street, CHAHLKd THOMPSON, Houso, Carriago and feign Painter. St. Albans, Vt., April 12, 18C9. tCiY-2Gi SASH D00ESand BLINDS. An Old Establishment WITH NSW PROPRIETORS, AT SWANTON, VT. MAIIVIN & UUTTEIIFIK&D having pur chased tho SASH DOOR and BLIND Manufactory Establishment, at Swanton, of !. F. Ulackmau, aro prepared to continue the busi ness in all its branches. A full stock is kept on hand constantly, and sash doors, blinds and mouldings of tho latest and most approved pal. terns mado to order. Particular attention paid to manufacturing house-finishing materials. Givo us a call ; satisfaction aruarantccd, T. D. MARVIN, O. 11. HUTTERFIKLD. Swanton, March 20, 18C9. f2C2tf Premium Early Rose Potatoes, 50 cents per pound, HAHRX3QNIB only 4,00 per lib)., and 1 It) Roao freo, Etiouiro of O. C, WAIT, -2v West Ceortria, Vt, B OYS Over-Coats uf all kinds at WM. N. SMITH, & CO'8. St, Albans Marble Works. riMIK subscriber would respectfully announce X to tho Citizens of Franklin County that ho has opened n MARBLE SHOP in St. Albans, 011 Centre Street, a few d.ors west of R. Rrninerd's Drug Store, and is prc paaed to furnish Korln, unit Domestic Mui'lile Mnmtmi.t4, Tomb Sloncn, nlid ill short, -vrvythhK connected with tho busi ness, at reasonable prices, and satisfaction given or 110 pay required. Persons wishing to erect memorials to de parted friends will do well to call before pur chasing elsewhere. L. A. liltOWNELL. St. Albans. March 31, 18G9, t2G2tf FINE assortment of SPRING OVERCOATS, just received at Xo. Ditrrow Illoek. L. Mel). SMITH A Co. FOR SALE. o HOUSE AND LOT containing ONE-HALF ACHE of land, on coiner of Lake and U ravel Streets, in St. Albnni Village. Impure of M. RUCK. 2271 St. AlbMis, April fi, lSOU. TSiwi'iivr" to S0LDIKKS --AND THEIE WIDOWS. rivi lOSli IXTKUKSTKU AUK IIIClllCliY liotitlod that I am dirent to transact all busi ness pertaining to pensions, bounties and back pay. Claims of tho above nature can be pre vented, and tlieir i.llowances obtained, bv appvl iugto WM. URID'CES." St. Albans. May l(lth lHf.G NOTICE. Iwill pasture the coming slimmer thirty or forty Cows on tho Wlnttemorp Hill pasture heretofore occupied by A. M. Clark, at ten dol lars a Cow for tlie season. Good running water at all limes in said pasture. PATRICK O'NEIL. St. Albans, April 12, lSf.9. t:iw-2(H Good Dairy Farm IOlt SALE IN MORRISTOWN, within one ; half mile of Morristown village. Farm contains about eighty-live acres of good laud, sixty acres cleared, and tho remainder wood-land. Four hundred Sugar or Maple trees, witli Sap Tubs and Sugar Utensils. A young Applo Orchard of about 150 trecB, mostly in bearing. House 30 x 10, in good repair, witli good col lar, liarn 112 x (11, with cellar under the whole and in good repair. Running water at houso and barn, and pastures well watered. Forty tons ot hay cut from twenty acres will bo sold with tho farm if desired. Seven Cows, 5 yearling heifers, 1(! sheep, and a span of good work horses will be sold with the place if desired, and all farming tools. All to bo sold very cheap for cash. W. II. POWERS, Morristown, Aug. 15, 18G8. 2.10wtf. BAILEY'S BUTTER TUB. L'osio.n, Dec. 18, 18G8. A. It. Uaim-.v, Di:ak Sin : The time has come when the advantages of your tub aro apparent ; nearly all that wo aro receiving (unless late fall or winter make) is slrouij on top which would not bo tho case if put up in' your tub. If there are any nico dairies in your vicinity put up in your tulyou mav pav fl cents per lb. moro for them than for Summer dairies put up in tho old stylo tub. In fact wo don't want any Summer dailies at any price in the old tubs. Wo can buy common butter hero lower than you can up there. We think Poul try is dull this week, can't tell how it may bo at Christmas. Yours truly SAMUEL UIGELOW A CO. 231-tf 2:i North Market Street. We Wish it to be Understood By the readers of this paper that we Buy Rags, Make Paper, Sell Rooks, Sell Stationery, Bind Books, ltebind old books, Do Job Piinting, Supnly Printers, Supply Merchants, Contract with Authors, Contract with Publishers. Contract for Stereotyping, Buy old Paper and Books, Buy Woolen Rags, Publish Fowle's Spollrr. Publish the Vermont Speller, Publish Walton's Register, Publish Prayer Books, Publish tho Viiuiont Directory, Publish New Hampshire Directory, Publish other Books, Employ Tvpo Setters, Want Mouoy and will be glad to hear trom you in the way of Jlns iness. Address, tho CLAREMONT MANUFACTURING CO. 252-tf Claremont, N. II. GREAT reduction in. prices at the Clothing Store, No. 2 Dar ow Block, on account ot our having adopted tho CASH PLAN of doing business. Call and see for yourselves before purchasing elsewhere, Xo. 2 Darrow lilod; t277 2m L. MoD. SMITH A Co. 7"OUTH'S CLOTHING of all kinds cheap X at WM. N. SMITH, A COS. s HORT FROCKS of all kinds, just received ai WJl. IN. B-lllTtl, JiUO'S. 0 VERCOATS of all kinds, and cheap m w;u. . smith .v co'S. NOTICE. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS.-Tho subscrib ers having purchased and fitted up in good order, tho Woolen Mill at Sw anton Falls, for merly kuownis Piatt's Factory, aro now pre pared to manufacture Cloths or Yarn for cus tomers, or exchange tho same for wool. A lib eral share of patronago solicited, and satisfac tion guaranteed. N. B. Ofllco in south end of Factory, whore may bo found tho books and accounts of tho late tlrm of Piatt A Hinkley MEIGS & HINKLEY. WANTED, 21,000 Dairy Skins, ' 10,000 VealSUina, 100 Tons "Old Bones," ALSO I Hft PfYva to l?icl "1' H tho 0L1) RONES V JJU J 0 in Franklin County. Wo will pay $15 per ton cash. Farmers can save 10 cents paid to a.,enfs by Belling their DAIRY SKINS to us. Wo are 1IEAU UVAUT J3US on &1CI.VH and HONES. Remember tho place Old Tin Shop 2 doors north of tho American House. . , McGOWAN i CO. St. Albaui, Feb, 15, 1800 f237-6in BY TELEGKRAPH l-'tn' the Vermont Transcript, LATEST NEWS. Xnw Yoiuc, 30tli. A cable telegram from London saya that Roverdy Johnson, hi anticipation of the arrival of Mr. Motley, has discon tinued liiw diplomatic labor. He left tlie other day for Paris, with the inten- 1011 of remaining in that city until his to turn to the united State. The Bombay Mail says that the Em peror of Russia is about establishing a Republic, modelled uikin the present form of the Government at Washing ton, in one of the Asiatic provinces of his Empire. An Asiatic Prince is to be elected President of tlie Republic, through tlie influence of the politicians of Asia, drilled, of course, in t lie secret of making tlieir interest and will pre vail upon the will and interest of the people. This President will naturally be a mere tool in tlie hands of n Con gress elected by Russian money and in fluence. Last evening, Mrs. J. II. Dix held a reception at her residence, in honor of E. 11. Wash bin no, who intends leaving to-morrow to assume the duties of his position as TJ. S. Minister to France. The authorities at Boston liavo invit ed the 122(1 Regiment of this city to visit that city during the great Pence Festi val, and they have decided to accept the invitation in preference to an encamp ment at (he Branch in July. Philadelphia, JtOth. The mammoth rink destroyed by lire last night was owned by a stock com pany, mid cost about $50,000, upon which there is an insurance of $40,000. Chief Justice Thompson yesterday set aside tlie famous decision of Judge Reel, rendered last fall, and which had the effect of excluding from the rolls thousands of naturalized citizens. San Fbaxcisco, 20th. Despatches l'rpm the end of the track of the Central Pacific R. R. state that over 10 miles of track wore laid yester day, when the track layers were com pelled to desist on account of tlie unfin ished grading. The rails were laid at the rate of a mile.nn hour. Tjy; work on tlie Union Pacific . R. progresses slowly. The rails arc down to within eight miles of tho summit of Piomontory Point. Uov. Stanford; yesterday visiteJ the Eastern Road, for the purpose of induc ing the Union Pacific Company to aban don their rock cutting, and take the Central road, but found no one with authority to make the change. This morning only 91 miles remained to complete tho road throutrh from ocean to ocean, of which .') miles is the Central Pacific's line. Auckland, New Zealand, advices state that a terrible massacre had occurred at White ClifF, Tnvanlca. Feb. 15th. durimr which Lieut. Gascoyne, wife and fami ly, and six settlers were killed. Settlers arriving in town renort that the stores are closed, and ensigns flying nt half-mast. St. Louis. 27th. A battery of light artillery, consisting of 100 men, arrived here to-day from isewiork, and left for Fort Leaven worth, destined for Fort Riley, Kan- sos Auousta, 30th. Four inmates of the insane asylum made their escape yesterday. 'Iwoof them were recaptured this a. in., at Wntersville, 120 miles abovo here. The others aro still at large. The body of Martin O'Lern has been found in the river at this place. He diMippared several weeks since, and there are evidences of foul piny. A coroner was called, who summoned a jury, and they have commenced an in vestigation. New Youk, ;joth. The non-commissioned officers of the grand army of tho Potomac met last evening. It numbers 780 members. and has $100 in tho ban:c. A committeo was appointed to arrange preliminaries for a grand roview on 7th of July. Boston, 30th. Gold 133?. 5 -120s, '02 1:21a 114V 113J 113 U0J Coupons, 1152 Sixes, '81 1186 10-40 coupons 108J CurreucyO's KM (to '(1 1 do '0') do '07 do '08 FOR SAKE. rilllE subscriber oilers for halu tho TBEMONT X HUU.SE, in St. Albans; said house is iu Kond repair and capable of accommodating two hundred nursnns. I'm- fiu-tlmr Tvntln.iloru quire at tho house. S. L. MANN. t255-tf St. Albans, Fob. 0. 180!). Gt LOVES of all kinds just received I at WM, N. BillTII & GO'S