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THE VT5KM05STT TRA.TSTSCR1PT.
ST. ALBANS. -.
ivml-oniec open (Sundays excepted) from C a.
"X'fPon ffigh Mall closes at 0.30
$!5k H,nSih Sf'cloM t COO p.m.'
'jhfdiiM at C30 n. m. Arrive, at
f" ttutheru way Mall closes at 5.00 a. in. Arrives
"Mastcn Mail closes at COO a. in. Arrives at
S'l?i'rJSfifM Mall closer at 12.00 m. Arrive at
'".'."'.Via Mail doses at 12.00 m. Arrives at
! ixi ik, 'Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
h sturlK" y JU11 cl'M Al 0,30 P m Ar"
tl i at ' 1 V-
' r srr. tu. Notice. letters for Malls must
i ,n iir.iinntlj at the advertised hour of closing.
In id prinrJ HAUBEll, l'ost Master.
, UVann. April 8, 1861. 5-tf.
WANTED at this Office, an Intelligent
Y lU Man. of stenly, Industrious habits, as an
,wr. nti'-e to the printing business.
Tho selections to bo found on the
outer pages f t,ie Tiiansciuit aro made
Vitb caro and will well ropay perusal,
v, . other weekly paper in tho State
nus a greater variety of choice read
er mutter than our's, whilo in tho de-
"tw. nt of lato news from tho army I
ml current events we strivo to keep 1
,r r. i.lers well posted. Our market, j
ni".rtinre prepared with care, and aro j
til ft 11 tl.n mihsfirintion nrico '
w rth mure than tho subscription prico
? the paper to every business man.
The Rev. D. AV. Dayton, of St
Minus, is preaching on Sunday eve
i ,n?s a series of Tomporanco discours
es at the Methodist Chapol, which aro
ejuvulated to bo of great public bon-
.r.t. ninl which, we trust, will product!
mueh and lasting good in our vicinity.
We have recently had tho pleasure
of a isit from Mr. Luther O. Greene,
inucrlv a fellow-workman with us iu
the printing business, who is publisher
..f the Icmonl Standard and Postmas-1 will 11, Juno 23d, 1SG4, nt 1 o'clock,
f,r nt AVoodstwk. Mr. Greono is at Milton Falls, the Congregational
. ... ... , .
tiM- of Nt. Albans, ami lias iiiunv I
fnmils and relnthes in this vicinity,
w ho will rejoice in his continued pros- j
J ' n'.v- !
The habit of fast driving in our
htricts by fast men is becoming too
fvcuienL Fast mon soom to bo on
the "rampago" of late; and tho polico
i.ii u might to check their speed and
enforce the villago by-law, which pro
v. h s that if an- person shall bo guilty
of fust driving or trotting his horso or
liorsea in the streets within the limits
of tho village, he shall forfeit and pay
a penalty of three dollars.
Iho funeral of CnpL Alonzo Reu
ben Hurlbufc, Co. A, 5th Vormont In
fuiito'. took plnco at St-.Albans, Juno
ICtli, the Iicw D. W. Dayton proach
' he funeral sermon. Tho. .lnwcuWI
was at the date of his death in tho 2!)th
1 1 ir of Lib aga
The Town of St Albans, at tho
meeting hold Juno 14, 1801, oni-
1 1 fi d the selectmen to engage not
to i vceed :)0 men to apjdy on tho pio
m f the Town, and to borrow not to
M-f, d $G0U0, to pay to recruits when
HiUstei-i K into service.
The Ladies Aid Societv of St Al-
1 jus hold weekly meetings in tho base
went of tho Congregational Church
on Saturday afternoon, and labor in-
litlKfri.. ...I,. . li...- l ,i . .
v i luiimmo mo suuenur ot
lleccnt contributions to tho Chris
Nn Commission from Sheldon to tho
amount of $27.50, through tho Itov.
P-M. Tolmnn; from Fairfield to tho
I mount of $20.00 through tho Hon.
tarmon Northrop, and from St Al
aw to the amount of $13.00, havo
ecu made and forwarded in aid of
w ck and wounded soldiers. Tho
uaouiH raised chiefly through tho no
Bin ation of Charles AVyman. E,
E'U; f01 rded from St Albans within
,v oks Vt, hag exceeded six
The ladies of St t.i.' m i.
V ' lba. design holding a festival at
fntmy Hall, Juuo 30Ul
1 'lv,!wanco Leaguo has
r . 111 1 rnukli and
LCnt. Col. Wnm,, inn. tr ..i
Heffimniif - i . ...
L " l'orieti wouiuted, had just
P" 11 Promoted to bo Colonel vice Jow-
kT"m d' 11,1(1 hiior Charles Guy
f ' l,11,rti) bo Lieut. Col. vi,
Tru licld oQicers of Vermont regi-
"Ml- ueen killed nml wnntirlnrl
f '""t crossed tho Rapidan. This
.unary fatality among tho otli
" "'Kinuted to tiin nT,..iU..n f
' sharnsl irtnTnfti
11 w biiuI that most of tho rebel
'I'ouuoier no" n . ti.. :
n . '". tviiuuitjr tiiipuiiuu
; gn which is found bnperi
m iw. M i
- "uymmp- in uho hv tlin TTninn
ri hundrmi ,i,.n ..'
hinc "" upiuco ior meso
.There will boa miumnm ini.
M ...StQ,ve n St John's day.
-h, at which timn ?t. ;n an?,i ,
l notclwiUbofmiahcKUnd fur-
n.. . ...
oai la thirteen 1nllw. t-.. .
Onir, ---r- u J.WU m
On Thursday, Juno Otli, vlrilo Mr.
nnd Mrs. Andrew Buck, Mr. nnd Mrs.
N. H. Illicit, of Buck Hollow, find Hcv.
P. AV. Smith of St. AlbniiH, wore on their
wny in a small boat to Georgia Dock,
on their return from attending tllo fu
neral of Dr. Elijah HayncH, of North
Hero, they wero overtaken on the Lako
by a Bovero squall of wind and rain.
They were unablo to manago tho boat,
oven with tho aid of young Mr. HayneH
who accompanied them, and tho boat
drifted to Savngo Island, wht.ro they
struck and wero able to make a land
ing. Tho friends of th6 parlies wero
fearful they wero lost in tho gale, and
wero rejoiced after waiting a day for
their return, to ascertain thnt they
wero safe on Savage Island, whore Mr.
Perry made their stay as comfortablo
as was in his power. It was a very
narrow escape for all tho parties con
cerned. Tho Franklin County Sunday
School Union held its first annual
mealing at Swanton on Tuesday and
"Wednesday last Tho meeting was
very largely attended; every town in
the County except Itichford and Mont
gomery was represented. Ono hun-
dred and tweuty-fivo delegates woro
present KeporU wero waived from
tho various schools which showed a
good degree of interest and progress.
Various tonics connected with tho
work wero introduced and discussed,
which rendered tho meeting highly in-
tcresting and profitable The proceed
ings, resolutions &a, of tho meeting,
will be published in duo time for cir
culation among tho schools.
On the 30th of April tho Seventh
Regimont had (508 men, with V, absent
sick and 1 present sick. This is prob
ably tho healthiest -of tho Vermont
Dr. Fairchild, for tho Committee,
- ri:.. ir .....i i...i ..n..i..i
- '" - l""B "u "1U "i"1"'1"
thereto, situated near the station house
in Milton Falls.
The remains of Hon. Mr. Gid
dings wero removed from Montreal to
his lato homo in Ohio accompanied by
his daughter and Joseph "V. Howes,
Esq., his lato Assistant in the U.S. Con
sulate Liout Col. Orville E. Babcock, of
West Berkshire, is one of tho principal
officers on Lieut. Gon. Grant's staff.
Col. Babcock graduated at West Point
in 1861, and took a high sUmd in his
class. Whilo MeClollan was in com
mand of tho Army of tho Potomac he
rondercd eflicient services in tho En
gineer Corps. Dnriiijj tho past year
ho has been employed in Kentucky aud
Tennessee. Ilis ability is such that in
assuming command of the armies Gen.
Grant gave him a staff appointment
, Tho U. S. Hospital at Burlington
is to bo enlarged by the addition of
t,on wards, each of which will be a
wooden building 11)0 foot long 1y 24
feot wide. Thoy arc to bo completed
by tho first of August next.
Tho Railroad Company are erect
ing n now woodshed in St Albans, on
the sito of tho old ono, whoro about
100 cords of wood wero recently
Tho "Windsor Journal (weekly)
has advanced its rates of subscription
to $2.50 per annum in advanco, or $3.00
if not paid within 30 days. It has nlso
increased its advertising rates.
Tho exercises of tho Sixtieth
Commencement of the Vt. University,
in August noxt, will bo of a vory high
order, and promiso an occasion of
rare interest. Prominent among them
will bo a biogrnpical discourso on tho
lato President "Wheeler, by Rev. Dr.
Joseph Tracy of Boston; and a lno
grapical sketch and eulogy of tho lato
President Peaso, by Rev. Dr. "W. G.
T. Shedd of New York.
Tho funeral of Capt. Samuel Dar-
rah, of tho 10th Vermont Regiment,
was hold at Poultnoy Juno 10th.
Capt D. was killed instantly by a reb
el sharp-Bhooter whilo on picket duty.
8S?Montgomcry, in this county, has
contributed of men and means towards
tho support of tho war, most bounti
fully. AVo havo taken some pains to
ascertain what recont casualties havo
befallen tho volunteers from that pat
riotic town, aud tho result of our in
quiry is briefly stated as follows :
Israel Puffer, company A, 5th Vt
regiment, killed May 5th in tho battle
of tho Wilderness ; Talma Morgan,
company K, fith Vt. regiment, killed on
tho 5th of May in tho samo battle ;
Joseph Lurocquo, company B, 11th
Vt regimont, killed about tho 20th of
May, between Spottsylvania and the
JPamunkcy river, J, Foster, Levi
R. Hopkins, Robort Taylor, A.Bahel
Puffer, Georgo Bryant, Adelbort Tra
cy, and a few others, wero wounded ip
tho battles of tho Wilderness.
SSrThero is somo tulk of postponing
tho Democratic National Convention
from tho 4th of July to some date
nearer tho November election, but it
will not, probably, bo dono,
(For tho Vermont Transcript.
In tho battle of tho Wilderness,
Thursday, May oth, 18GI, Col. Klisha
L. Rarnoy, of the Gth Vermont regi
ment, fell mortally wounded. "When
told by tho surgeon that ho could not
survive ho smiled, and said, "I,havo
tried to servo God and my country. I
am willing to die." Iu his pocket, af
ter his death, wero found a testament
and hymn book.
There aie flowers whose fragrnnco lingers,
When tho summer days aro gone ;
Thero aro souls which shlno out brightly
Through tho deeds that they havo done.
Thorn nre virtues moro than mortal,
In iht. noble men that ghu
All that malios the world delightful,
That their father-hind may live.
Oh I 'tis oft tho ring of sabres
Calls a silent man to fame,
And embalms some friend of childhood
With a patriot's deathless name.
In the thickest of tho conllict
Ay, 'tis great, lis glorious, grand
Scol tho darling of tho fireside
Is tho hero of the landl
And his manly form has risen,
Underneath a chastening rod,
From this wilderness of sorrow,
To the paradise of OihI.
Oh I tho way grew bright around him
As ho ncari'd thttgh'ry gutr,
l'nr the angels love to linger
Hound a man whoso soul Is great.
Wrap him in the starry liauner,
Iu the colors clear and bright ;
Let tilm wear the llag of glory,
Till he walks in rolios of white j
Ah, those stripes shall brighten round him,
Oloritled by botllWfttrs,
And his name stand out forever,
Sweetly syllabled lu stars 1
June 13, 1601.
Bj Capt Louis McD. Smith, Com
pany E, of tho 5th Vermont Uegi-
mnnL writns luiuii' .Tumi fiHi tlmf. (,ir-
11.. i i t i . i i i . ii i
he last forty-eight hours thoy havo
been hugging a pit within pistol shot '
of the enemy's works. Tho Vermont ,
brigade has suffered terribly, and no
n ilnv i-mircr lint 4liit tlw.v nvn nt.
fire. Tho 5th regiment left camp with
five hundred muskets, and cannot now
muster over one hundred nnd twenty
five. Out of nine captains who left
camp, three havo been killed, three
wounded, and three left unharmed.
C?: il... -irwl. it. .1 -r' .. t 1 1
oiuuu iuu mm, uiu miy .uujor lmuey
was wounded, the 5th line been with-1
. . . . .
OUt lioltl Otncers. Jt is now in com- ,
mand of Capt Hamilton, Co. F.
The Rouxu Tadlc This is a weekly
New York papor of rare excellence.
As a literary journal it is characterized i
1 'I-. ..t 1. 1 .1 .fl"'
u pui, oi u.Me Hiui MiurpnuhH oi (
stylo. Its criticisms of men, books nnd i
things, are intelligent and searching, I
always candid, marked bv no partisan 1
i r,t ..,.: r;J.,oC. t t.. '
i.i..., . . .
completed its first volume, bubscnp-1
tion prico is $5.00 per annum. Ad-.
dress Hound TnUc, Nassan street, Now
t' At a regular communication of
Franklin Lodgo No. 1, of St. Albans,
Vt, holdcn on the 1st day of June,
1801. on tho announcomout of the
death of Warron Corse, E. A. Sowles, ;
S. R. Dav, and Will mm Andorsou were
unpointed a committee to urutt the
iouowing preanioio auu resoiuiums,
which woro unanimously adopted, viz:
WiiElicvs, It has pleaned an all.io 1'rovi
donci' tu removr from thin arthly pilsriniae
our lute brother Warren Cmc, who to. ihot m
the battle of the Wlldenieh.-, Va., on or about the
Cth day of Mav, 1HC.I, and died of his -noundH
within a few lurarM thereafter; and whereas,
abto, it is betittiiiK that the niemlwrsof Franklin
I.i)dKO No. i, of St. Albans Vt., whonld expresi
tlieir high renpect and apiiriciatiaiili)r their late
llvMteeii, nut in coininon with a largo cirelo
of acquaintances w sincerely regret tho un
timely death of our lamented brother, not only
for his many virtues as an exemplary man and
worthy citizen, but for his patriotic motives in
voluntarily connecting himself with the army of
his country now engaged in its defence in the e
vcro ordeal through which it is passing, and
though ho has fallen as a soldier in tho army of
tho Union, may ho become a member of that
"army of martvrH," iu whose ranks aro numbered
tho faithful soldier' of tho Clod of ltattles, and
receive the plaudits of well done, good and faith
Jlttotrrtl, That uo sincerely condole with the
wife and family of tho dcccaed in their bereavo
tnent ; and as a further mark of respect for him,
the Secretary bo instructed to forward a copy of
these resolutions to them, and to havo tho samo
published in tho publio prints.
S. It. DAY, M. W.
E. A. Sowi.ks, Secretary.
B3y Vallandigbam returned to Day
ioiiOhio, Juno 15, and attended a
Democratic District Convention and
was elected a delegate to tho Chicago
Convention. In tho courso ; of his
tho lights., liberties and privileges
which I never forfoitcd hut of winch
for so many months 1 havo boon de
prived." Ho reiterated his right to critieiho
tho acts ' of the administration and
cautioned his political friends from any
acts of violence on his account, but ad
vised none to shrink from any respon
sibility, however urgent, if forced up
Vallandigham was acsompanicd to
,, , , , ii l
tllO depot by an enthusiastic crowd.
TireArnvrv n,...t... 'I'lm nicj.
I Uh MONU-UllI 1KB OlSTI.M. 1 llO 1U-
ney order system has now tho sanction
Of law . For ten cents nn order in val -
nn frnm nnrt in tun Jnllnvg imiv ll
6ontfrom Now Y'ork to San Francisco; j
for fifteen conts an order of ten to
twenty dollars; and an order for thirty
dollars may bo had for twenty cents,
wunn aiay no iiao ior iweuvy
tins being tho highest sum allowed to
bo sent Tho system will bo a great
accommodation to tno publio gonornuy,
but will dovolvo a goad deal of labor
on tho Post Office dopartmont, in or
der to havo it work satisfactorily.
Tho steamer IJerkshiro was burned
on tho Hudson ltivor, on tho 8th inst.,
and eomo thirty or forty passcungoi's
lost thoir lives,
speech ho remarked, "f.bo time has ar- j Southern vHiow, r osiir'.iuu at tneso prices.
i i . . ' f. :,, (lats hae ben in demaiutand pricis havo ad
rived when it becomes mo ns n citizen ' UtKt (t99c yharh. for Northern and
t)f Ohio aud tllO United States, to de- I ( an.ida. In Jlje thero have boon iiiiill sales at
mand. and bv mv owii act indicate j V..''..!"!'! ".:!"!' u '"I
Thirty miles of tho railroad from
Saratoga .' to 'OgdcnHbut'g aro to be
built this season by European, capital.
Tho Senate judiciary committee
will probably report that Frank Rlair
is holding his major-general's com
mand in violation of law,
Miss Paulino Cushman, the fa
mous federal scout nnd spy in crin
oline, is going to havo $250 a month
from Rarnum to tell of her daring ex
ploits and hair-breadth escapes.
Th Now York retnil boot and shoo
dealers propose to close their places of
business at 7 p. m. hereafter.
During tho recent furlough of tho
2d Iowa cavalry two hundred of the
officers and men committed matrimony.
-The loyal economical ladies of Wash
ington aro agitating tho subject of a
chango in their badge, having in mind
to select one not made tip wholly from
The rebel story about tho death
of a daughter of Gov. Pickens, at
Charleston, being occasioned by tho
i explosion of a federal shell, while sho
! was being married to n rebel officer,
was very touching, but it wasn't true.
j The other day there was a break
j in tho Erie canal. It was repaired in
t twelve hours, yet tho jam of boats in
' cidont thereto was, thirty-fivo miles
The nail factories at Troy aro
closed because of a strike of tho work
, men for .more pay, which the owners
are resolute in n-ftising to give.
Mr Chase and Gon. Fremont met
t in Now York the other day nt a Gor
man banking-houw, and tho interview
was a most cordial one. It is not said
that Mr. Chase advised Fremont to
throw up hia own nomination and go
in for old Abe.
Tho people of Stowo are to have a
telegraph' line from Waterburv to their
j,iuct!. a subscription paper has been
circulated and the amount necessary
t ) accomplish tho enterprise will bo
The Persia, which recently left
New York for Liverpool, took out an
, extraordinary cargo of human felicity
i JSo fewer than fourteen
, Couples WCTO among tho passengers.
-Ihc tux commissioner imbroglio
at Now York still continues. Judge
t t l .vi i it. i
uunwra una ucemeu inni uie appoint-
mem oi me new commissioners was
n...1 Mm l,l n(,,l
V B V. , . .
.,. kpvs ...... rocanu ' tho nw
board do not get along very well in
the transaction of business.
Tho Commissary General of Pris-
onors has received from tho rebel au-
thoritit,s nt lUchmond, a report of
deaths of Union prisoners which had
occurred in the prison hospitals at
Columbus, Georgia, from the 27th of
February to the 31st of March. In a
bttlo over ono month there wero no
thnu thwQ mmlved nml B0Vcnty
ST. AI.ll.VXS ?IAICICKTJuiif 10, 1SGI.
Ourrfeletlfor the TYnntcript etrry Week,
Uv llroo .V Elliot, t'haniplain Street.
beLs, AIJ?." 1 I 111 1 1 I 1 2 25 K5
i i'tti-", per iu
cons, per imniiui,
eai., per cwt
1.1KIS, per tioz.,
Fiirn, suporlino, 7 25 ft
" ' extra ..i
" double extra, . . . ,,'. . .
Ouvss Stxn, per bushel,. . .
Hay, per ton,.... r
Kvni), per bbl.,
Oats, per bushel,
Potatoes, per bushel,
" Turk's Island,
JlArix 8uo.n, ,
Wool, per lb., ,
Woop, per cord,
8 50 fa
10 00 tec
a 00 W
12 00 f6
i 20 c,n o oo
aO IK) (Tfi 32 00
31 00 (ii. 35 00
53 dr. Co
a 64 70
75 fit 1 00
H Ts IS
4 00QJ 600
Proparcd cxprcsslj for tho TitANRCntrT.
IIostos, Juno 15, 18M
Flour. -There is a firmer feeling for Flour
and prices of all kinds hate advanced 25c U bbl.
The sales havo been at 17.23 fii f 7.37J for West
ern superfine; $7.50 18.00 for common extras,
now firm at 17.75 18.00 and held at the latter
rates; medium do J8.25 6c 18.73, and good Rnd
choice at f'J.OOfij f0.75 $ bbl., Including Canada,
Ohio, Oenescc and Michigan; and a few favorite
brands hhi held for an advance on the latter
rate. Illinois and Ohio round hoop, good and
choieo extras, aro selling at 19.23 fi 110.50
Mil., as tu U ilitv. St. LnuN llonr U 11 rm and
rJiigi-s from JtO.OOOf 12.00 t' bbl. for good and
Urn In The market for corn hnj been rather
unsettled for the past week, and prices aro lower,
but a good lunge continues to be sustained, Tho
s.ilea ha! be. n at fl.70 fit f 1.73 for new South
ern nhitu and Vos.teru mixed, and f 1.73 for new
i have have Isen at $2.25 (212.73, forcommon and
1 K,KHl ine is.u
1. ...... I . .1... ....,1. 1 ...V.V.1
and priced arc tl.OOfJ blil. higher, with small
stocks. Thu sales havo Wn at 2(i.(X) (ji 127.00
for prime; M2.00 & t33.00 for mess; :11.00 &
33.00 for clear, cash. Bi-ef ranges 17.00 C'fi
21.00 for K.utcni and Western mess and extra
mess. Butter has been arriving pretty freely,
and priced are lower. Miles of fair aud choice
New York and Vermont dairies at 30 & 32 cents
as to ipiahty. The trade purchases only in small
lots as. w aided. Tho stock, of Cheese is light,
and linn nt those pri for common and prime.
ml 111'' .Clio-uavo iK-eil tu 1" ' m rem iu id,,
; -Tho transjcitons in iomtiio wool
the paht week have s-en ifinslderahle, and tho
mV,.t sustains full pr-es, with an Improved
tt ndencv. The sales comprise 000,000 Bs Heeco
I 1'iilled at prices ranging from 75 95c.
)f nln j,,,,,,,,, HOlUngiu small
tots st wi woso V fc., hut w cwits is still thu
1 ontMo figure for the best grades of fleece.
HIUCillTO.V MAUKET-June 13
tA and heavy nremlum
Oxen, none; 1st uuslity 3.0U (ft tfl.OO; 2d
iiiv ti i in fit. !') 7.V. 3d nualltv. 110.00 Gi
' tftffal' Ju total weight of Yiiac, tallow
i ;n,i dressed beef.
I1UU Its ou, ur ftuuuiuuii.
to value as wet,
Milch Cows., f 43 & I GO; extra ami goi o
(3 90: without cahes, as uiy imj agreeu;
and ordinary 130 "
Slircu nn4 Lonibs. Northern, 5 8c.
8hor-Wholcsale,9,10o! retail, 11 13o
X) lb. Fat Hogs ajo V ft., live weight.
Vrnl Clvr.-(1.00 110.00 1 liead.
HI.U..-101 llo V & . Calfskins W Q tie.
Harriiiflfis nnrt gcatuis.
At St. Albans, June 12th, of Scarlet fever,
Thomas W. Nonwtcii, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam 8. Norwich, in tho'Jth year of his age.
At Bt. Albans Juno Hth 1801 of pulmonry con
sumption, Mr. Wm. 0'r.n, aged 41 years, 8
months and 4 days.
TO CIJ2AH THE HOUSE OF FLIES,
fSR MTCUBIt'a CELF.nnAlKn
a neat, cheap article easy to use. Every sheet
will kill a quart. Hold by
I.. L. DUTCMEIt fc SOX,
U-lf St. Albans, Vt.
Dr. Mnmlinll'a (,'atnrrh Snun is the liest
remody known for Catamih, and all diseases
caused by a Cold iu the Head. Sold by all Drug
Tim Very Latest Xew. Tho subscriber
has Just returned from market, and U now pro
parcd to exhibit tho largest lot and most desir
able styles of CLOTHING, and FUItNISHINO
GOODS ever offered for sale In Vermont, pur
chased for cash, and will bo sold at a very small
advanco from cost. Tho place to get the worth
of your money la at 3o. a Darrow lllnck.
WM. K. SMITH.
St. Albans, Apr. 28, WA.
N. 1). .Ml bills must bo paid without delay.
7-tf WM. nh.
EA. SOWI.KS, Attorney and Counsellor at
t Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Oftlcoover
Marvin's Store, (lately occupied: by Wliito A.
Sowles) Bt. Albans. Vt.
1". S. Will attend to Collections, and tirosocntu
Claims against tho United States for Arrears of
Pay, or llounty to Soldiers, Widow's and Invalid's
Pensions, Ac., Ac. 3-tf
XJOOWASr it FORI), IIKXT1STS
JjX. Oflico over Wcad and Durcn's Drug store.
St. Albans, Vt.
. .. irt --hi. -
LOIVM A K, n HXTI S T. Office in the
. KINGMAN BLOCK, Main St., opposito tho
Congregational Church. 1-tf.
r HUCK, ATTOHNEY AND COUNSEL
ItX. LOU AT IAW. Also, Agent for first
class Insurance Compauics, and for obtaining
Soldiers' pay, Ac.
Office over Weeks' store. 1-tf
ITU.OU11 AMI DAI11Y
. Bale, at
St. Albans, March 17, 1861,
SAIr at Whole
i IiVAIt SKIXXKU'S ESTATK. The ub-
lJl scnberH liavlng leen appointed by the lion
,rauI) I'rpbate Court for tho District of l'ranklin.
inissioncrs, to receive,
aU claims and demands of ail pcreonii acaiimt .the
estatnof Alvan Skinner, lato of St. Allians, in said
District, deceased, and all claims and demand
District, deceased, and all claims and demand
exhibited in ofret thereto, do hereby give notice
uiai bix inouiiia iroiu ine ma uay oi June, A. u.
mi arc allowed by aid Court to the creditors
oi Ham ueceascu, to cxmoit ana prove tiieir re.
spcctive claims before in, and that wo will at
'""1 to the duties of our aiiiwintment at the
dwelling house of Betsey BMutier, in St. Albans,
in said District, on tho 10th dav of December,
A. D. 1864, from 10 o'clock in the forenoon till i
o'clock in tho afternoon, on said dav.
.uatctl at bt. Albans tins nth day or June,
A. D. 18C1. M. J. COltLISS, r.,
1 J-3w E. J. HHOOK8, Lom r8'
JUST IlECEIVED, A
Juno 10, 18C1.
WAATED IJlIJIEUIATKliY 1-3IAI.E AND
FEMALE AOENTS, both local and to
travel everywhere, to tako money for an article
that will sell itself whenever and wherever ex
hibited. Agents make from $12 to 121 per week,
ea No Patent Medicine, Hook, -or ''Humbug
Business." Address, by mail, with ono 3-ccni
postage stamp inclosed (for parmcnt of rctum
postage), O. W. SPENCEIt A CO..
8-8w East Cheater, N. II.
BT. ALBANS, VEIIMOKT.
Tho subscriber would respectfully announce
to tho citizens of tho
County of Franklin
and vicinity, that hav
ing recently bought of
UI. H. Farnsworth all
khls stock In tho Mar
ble, business, ho is pre
pared to furnish, up
on reasonable notice,
ItoiuinicnlH, Ilemlut emeu, Tal-
letH, OIioIIhIch, Counter nnd
'i'tiblo Tops, arnntol
l'leoes, &o., &c(
manufactured from the choicest American and
Italian marble. Having exiKiricnced workmen
in his employ, he is enabled to warrant his cus
tomers monumental work which will be finished
iu a superior style of the art, and in good taste.
Ho purposes keeping constantly on hand a vari
ety of designs which will aid customers iu mak
All persons wishing anything in the marblo
lino, iU find it to their advantage to give him a
call before purchasing elsewhere.
Thoso living at a distance can confer with him
by mail, and their letters will bo promptly at
Mv ulaen nf business has been removed to tho
Shop on Champlaiu street, formerly occupied by
H. H. Farnsworth. where I shall bo glad to fill
any orders with wliioh l may Do ravorea.
3 CHARLES W. QUEEN.
St. Albans, May 13, 180t. My
"I D. PAUHAll, Agent for
WHEELER 8r WILSON'S
Oflico In Farrar Brothers New Building, 2d
floor, St. Albans, Vt. 2-ly
HEADACHE AND CATARRH SNUFF.
Tills Snuff has thorouehlv Droved Itself tu bo
the best artlclo ever known for curing tho Ca
tarrh, Colli In the Head, and Ileailurhr.
It has leen found an excellent remedy In many
coses of Kara ttrcsr Ottn has Ix'eu re
moved hv it. and HcKrliiK has often been great
lv imiiroviwl lv ItH iihs. It nnens and mirees out
all obstructions, strengthens the (Hands, and
gives a healthy action to the porta aHVctod. It
Is recommended by many of the best physicians
and Is used with great success and satisfaction
Store than thirty ytars' experience has proved
its groat value ; im ai uun woiuem iv iuiui
ingber tnin vr rsnore.
Sold by all pruggiete. 7-ly
ORSS HAY RAXEX.
The tubscribcr resjtfully notifies his friends
nml the public gmeraUy, that he Mill keeps for
sale the JUXJli HORSE HAKE, which gives
good satisfaction wherever used, and in generally
preferred to any other Hind, for the ease with
which it can bo operated. It has been tested on
all sorts of land, and in all descriptions of grass.
It gathers hay easily and thoroughly, and works
woll on rough ami smooth ground.
The hand lever Is so constrnctvd thnt tho oj
erator raises tho bend bv pulling it towards him.
It in confidently claimed" (lint It Is tho most per
fect Horse Hay lUko thus far invented.
UIIIAH M. HUNDK1ILAND, Agent.
Hlghgate, May 27, 1804. ll-aw
TtmCESTEU'H HOVAT. Ul'AUTO
THE UEST DICTIONA11Y EXTANT.
Tills mnsslvo volume contains onu thousand
eight hundred nnd fifty-four pages. It is Illus
trated by moro than ono thousand wood cuts,
five thousand words are accurately synonymized;
the many tables of proper names pronounced,
are very full and accurate. Dr. Worcester's
Quarto Dictionary is a standard authority among
Manors ana literary men wnrrcver tno fcngusn
language is spoken. Every family and every
student of tho language should posscaa & copy,
for it Is a library in Itself. A few testimonials
From Vjixlam Cttu-rs Bhtakt and Wasiuso
The conciseness, and completeness of the defi
nitions, and tho conscientious accuracy of the
work in all Its departments, givo it, in my Judg
ment, tho highest claims to public favor. "
from Pnor. Ouvkh Wesdei, Holmes, liotton.
It is, indeed, n monumental work, and one of
which our city and country may bo proud ns
long as we have a city, a country, nnd n language.
From Cuarlm Dickens, F.nQlawl.
It Is a most remarkable work, of which Ameri
ca will Imj lustly proud, and for which nil who
study tho English language will long havo reason
to respect your name, and to be grateful to you.
Frnm Hoy. W. Wiiewkj, D. D Matter of Trin
ity College, Cambridge, Author (if "History of
me itwucnce ixteneei."
1 havo rcpentedly consulted tho Dictionary
Binco it has been in my possession, and have seen
reason to think it more cotuplclo and exact thnn
any of its predecessors.
From lU:v. Joskvh lioswoimi, D. D., K. It. K.,
I'rvfersor of Anglo Satun in Oxford Cnkerni
Th" whole work is tho most coinprebenslvo
and useful thnt I have yet seen. It is tho most
complete and practical, tho very best, as well ns
inu cncaiH.'si, i.ngusn I'iciioiiary mat i Know,
From 0. 0. Eei.toj. LU D., late. 1'remident of
I find it not onlv rich bevond exnmnt In Its
vocabulary, but carefully elaborated in all its do
tails, and thoroughly trustworthy as a guide to
the most correct and elegaiit usage of the lan
guage. from una. tntAnr.EsBUM.NKn.
I know no ono who has done so much im vnn
for nil departments, and idven to our laneuuirn a
Dictionary so complete and many-sided.
Tho best existing English Lexicon. London
We hmo never failed to cet a richt answer
from it. iMinlon Examiner.
Tho most useful nnd comnleto work of refer
ence in u singlo volume thnt we possess. ton
The comulctest nnd cheatiest Enelish Diction.
ary the world has yet seen. iMiidim Critic.
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Comprehensive Dictionary, Academic Dictionnrv,
Universal nndCriticnlDictionarv, Quarto Diction
JlUU.ni.ll fc T11.1SHTU.N,
No. 131 Washington St., Boston.
3Nr-7r GrOOdLs !
At No. a Darrow Bloclc 1
The subscriber lias .tcccivod, and is rcceivUH
almost daily, largo 'additions to his stock oflfll
Clothing and Furnishing Goods,
making his assortment tho largest and most
complete of any in Vermont, nnd will bo sold for
cash at & very small advanco from cobt.
BLACK FROCK COATS,
Fnnty Cnsilmcre Frocks nnd Sacks
Of tho latest stylo and finish.
Blaolx. X3oo F v xxt m,
Taney light colored and dark
And VKSTS to mnfeh.
SPRING OVER SACKS,
Linen and Fancv Dosom 8H1HTS; Flannel
SHIHTS, a groat variotv ; GLOVES, COL
LAIUS, TIFJ3, BCAllI'S, STOCKS,
SUSPENDEItS, HATS, CArS,
UMllItELLAB, Ao., Ac.
llEMEMnEIl THE FIACE,
So. 3 Durrovr llloclt, St. Alliam, Vermont.
WM. K. SMITH.
March 17, IBfti. My
VTEW FIHM. The subscriliers having pur
chased the Shop and Stock of Henry M.
Stevens, nnd formed a co-partnership under thu
name and sljle of
S. S. J. A. BEDARDj
would respectfully notify tho people of Franklin
County and vicinity, that they have fitted up in
a neat and convenient maimer their
on Main Street, St. Albans, adjoining tho Drug
Store. of L. L. Dutchur and Son, where they will
keep on hand aud manufacture to order, all
llni'lieiara, Suilillrs, Ilrlillrs, Ilulters,
Whips, llunr llluiikrts, IlrlU,
Trunks, VulUrs, etc., rte.
They will pay especial attention to Harness
Making and Carriage Trimming, in all their
Intending to employ exiM-rieneed workmen
only, and to sell their Goods at a fair price, they
hope to merit and receive a goodly sliaru of pub
ei Harnesses cleaned, oiled and repaired In
the best manner and on short notice.
Oi' liuslnesa done on tho CASH principle.
8. 8. HEllAItll,
J. A. IIHDAIID,
Successors to Henry M. Stevens.
NoticeAll thoso indebted to J, A, lledard are
requested to call aud buttle their accounts with,
out delay. J. A. HCDA1U).
St. Albans, March 17, lHfli. l-OwcsrdSm
TKAL KSTATK FOll KAI.K.TllO fob
XV lowing Heal Estate is offered for sale on fa
vorable terms, vU : About a00 acres of Hand
known as thu Patrick McEnany farm, situated a
part In Fairfield ami a part In Enosbnrgh, Vt.
It is nearly till iut'-rval laud, and lias heretofore
lieen used lur ibiiry punsises, and the former
owner undo money at that business on the Farm.
It is welt timbered and watered, and the ImiJd
iiics are iu mnderute reixiir.
Also alM-ut H acres of Land in St. Albnu vil
lage, lately owned by IT. If. finialley, Esq., and
now btfffc to thu estate of Wm. W. Wliito,
Esq.. eftiwtnJ in the south-east part of the vil
lage, within Ave minutes walk of the Depot.
Esquire for particulars of
1 E. A. SOWLES, St, Albans.
riVir. vxt'i'kn states citmsTiAS'
I X COMMIStflC-: piiM Inform the patriotic,.
1 tho philanthropic nnd Christian men and women
, of the coitnlrv, of ft wo'Si and Its wants.
I It enrcs for the body andthe soul. njdld Christ
1 when on earth. By its delates, who go with-'
I out pny and from lovt, hoppKal stores, homrt
comforts and reading matter trc gWen dlrectljr
to those who need them, together with such
personal ministratlbns nnd relfpftms' Uistrncilrtir
' ns eseli cash mv reniilro ami tho aosrwl I'
preached at qycry opportunity. . ,
In tho hoctillafs, on the battlc-flcM", andiii.
tho camps of the strong and brave, the ddlegate'
are welcomed-by surgeons, officers nnrfmmamV
their labors hnve, in the Jtulgmcnt of those,
welblnformeci, saved thousands of lives, sad'
been blessed to the conversion of thniinatiAs nf
souls, besides raising tho morals of tho army,
and strengthening the links that bind the soldier
to his Inline.
It hss tho confidence of tho Government nnd;
nil the facilities from it thnt military exigencies,
It nflalrs aro mnnnged by business men who'
giv their services. Kailt-oads and telegrams
aro free fo if; tho IHblo Society gives' itu public
llcmsf but rolij,'uWn radbig matter must be pnr
clmd. And tio deniaml Is far beyond tho nbdity
of the Commission to meet It.
Tlit trffnM of tfie Oomminnon art mm la jo ai
detegatttf stores to be dittributtd by Viem vtontu
to pit rch ate reading mailer.
Tho aim Is to hT6 no largo balance in tho-
. . I . . . . . 1 1 1 1 . 1... A, .
xreasuTj. ou la av s& an iiiurs woaiiiiecurrejiv
contributions alvall allows there being no extcn-,
slve and complicated sysfem of agencies that a
change would seriously affecf.
Money and Stores may bo sent to GEonnfc Uv
Btoaut, 11 Bank Street, Philadelphia.
In New England, money mnr be sent to Joseph'
Story, 112 Trcmont Street) Kiorcs to L. 1 How
land, 5 Trcmont Temple: Letters to I'iiaulls
Demo.md, i Court Strtot, nil in Boslon.
OEOIldR It. STt'AIIT.l
K. H. JANKS,
JOHN 1'. CIlOZILlt, , Committee.
retail denier in general
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
81. Albans, March 17, 1601.
"71 AtllUlH IinOTllKItS,
I HON MEIl-
Dealers In Xnlls, Glass, Oils, rnmtsr Agricur
tural TjkiIs, which we offer at a low cash fignre.
Corner Lako nnd Main streets.
St. Alhnns. Mnrch 10, 18f.l. r 1-tf
VKHMONT I'KXTIIAL A.VD SVLtAVAS
SUMMKIt ARRANOEMl-iNT. '
Comtnonclng Jane 10, 1804.
Tll.UNH OOI.MI SOUTH ASH OST.
Leave St. Albans nt 0.60 a. m., 8..V3 a. m., 11.53
n. in., nnd 7.25 p. in.
Mail Trnin leaves Ilouso's Point at SJ10 a. mn
Burlington nt 7.25 n. in,, ciimecllng at White
Hiver Junction und Hollows Falls with trains for
Boston, Worcester, Ac. and with the Vermont
Valley ltailrond for Springfield and New York,'
arriving at Xvvr York nt 10.15 p. hi.
Burlington Exprrss leaves Montreal nt 5.15 s.
m., House's l'oint at 7.45 a. m.y for Darlington,
Saratoga, Troy and Now York via the J.nko. i
Day Express leaves Ogdcnsburgh at 5.S0a. m,,
Montrenl nt 8.00 n. m., llouse's l'oint at 10.15 n;'
m., for Boston, Troy, and New York.
Night Express leaves Ogdeiisburgh at 11.50 n.,
m., Montreal at 3.45 p. m., House's Polut al 5.45
p. mn arriving at Kostou at 8.49 nvm., connect
ing at Bellows Falls with Cheshire ltoad for Bos
ton nnd Worcester nnd with Vermont Valley ltail
road for Springfield, Ac, and arriving in New
York at 12.;V p. m.
Tll.UNH OOISH SOBTIt A3!D WT,
Leave St. Albans at 5)j a. in-11 M a. nl., CIO
p. m., and 7.45 t. m.
Day Express lenves DoMon at 8.0(1 a.m.. via.
Lowell and Lawrence White Hiver Junction at
1.30 n. tn.. Burlington nt 4.35 n. m.. for Montreal.
Ogdeiisburgh. Chicago and tho West, making
pa. it, TJX) a.m., via,.
from tlicslilro Kailroad, leaving Boston at 5.30
p. m,, connecting at Wliito Itiver Junction with
train leaving Boston at 5.30 p. in., nrriving nt
Burlington at 5.10 a.m., House's Point at 7.05 a.
m., Montreal at 0.15 n. m., and nt Ogdensbnrgh
at 12.30 p. m. Both tho Mail Traius conncot at.
White Itiver Junction with Passumpsic Hoad.
Sleeping cars aro attached to both tho night
Express trains running between House's Point
and Boston, nnd House's Point and Springfield.
Through ticket for Chicago and thu West for
sale at tho principal stations.
St. Albans, Juno 13, 18G4. O. MEHHILL, Sup.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT. '
On and after January C, l'6C4, Passenger Trains
will ron as follows : '
Dav Express Tralji leaves Concord nt 10.30
"bite Bivcr Junction, connef ting with
trams for Montpelier, Burlington, House's Point,'
Montreal, Ac, and with. Ogdeiisburgh and Gramli
Trunk Hailronds, for tho West.
ii..i;r..,. 1 O ill
.luijiiihvim, ami t AjUUn
Bristol Train leaven Concord at 3.22 p.m., fun
Franklin and Bristol.
Evening Express Tmfn leaves Concord at S.'iO'
p. in., for While Itiver Juutition, connecting with
trains for Montpolier, Burlington, St. jUbans,
llouse's I'omt, Montreal, Ogdeiisburgh, and tho
Or on arrival ,.f trains from Boston, Worcester
Portsmouth, Portland, Ac '
Morning ltynum Train leaves- White River
Junction for Coiieord at 1,10 a. m.r or on arrival
of train from Ogdcnsburgh and Montreal.
Bristol Train loaves Bristol for Franklin nnd
Concord at H n. iuj
Mail Train leaves Whilo Jtfver Jnuetlon for
Concord at 12.20 p. m.f or on arrival of trains
',',T,tr. Ml,0 Vwrnont- Oiitral, rassompsir, and
White MonntainH Hailronds.
Day Express Train leaves White Ittver June-,
tion at 4.50 p. in., or on arrival of trains from1
Montreal nnd Ogdeiisburgb, BrattUboro', Keeiir,
Bellows Falls, Windsor, Ac, connecting at Con
cord with trains for Manchester, Nashua, , Lowell
Tlieso trains connect at Coneord with trains
for Mancliester, Lawrence, Portsmouth, 1'ort
land, Nashua, Worcester. New York, LowelL and
Boston. ONKLOW HTCAHNS, Agents -
Concord, N. 11 Jannury, 1, IDQt. I-tf.
RU,wfrV;V1' Atl" UBBUSOTOS KAIL-:
ItOAl). . ,, .
On and after Monday, May 16, !8SI, trains will
run us follows, viz j
M0V1NU south ji!n rJhT. ' ;
U'ayo Biirllugtoii at 8.30 a. tn., 10.00 p. in., 1:10'
p.m., H.30 a.m. Arrive at Itntlaud t 11,30 a.m.,,
1.00 a. iu.. 3J0 p. m., 5.00 a. n ;
iuio iiiiuaiui at I2,oo a. tn 1.10 a. m., 4.00
Arnvo at JleUows Falls at 2.1J imw., 3.10
7.40 a. in, '
WOVI.VO XOHTn JtSl WEJIT, '
, J.f.HVe I,ol,,v '1I at 5.30 a. m., 12.35 p. in.,
Uave Bullmiil al '-M5 n.ia., 3.13 p. m.'.'M.ii
a. m., LOO p, in, Arriu sti Burlington .'at' (10.14
a. m 0.00 p. m., 1.U3 a. m., 4.00 p. m,. , ;
THAINIJ CONNECT AS FOIXOWSt '
S- At Burlington wtth Vt. Ceiilral and Vt, ami
Canada Hailroaas, fojr MouHnlier, Bt. .Albans,
llouse s Point Montreal, OgdensbifrEh.'and the
West. At UullMd with train for Troy, Albany
and New lnrk, Saratoga Spriugiii Scbeneetsdy,
and the West At BelRiws Vails with trains on
Cheshire ltaIlrod for Fitchburgh, Worcester;
IweU, and Boston, WUh Vt. Valley Itallroad.
for BraUVboro', Springfield, Hartford, Now Ha
ye, anil New Wk-and with Knlllvan ltallroai!
for Wmiliw, Whilo Hirer Junction, Wella Itiver,
St. JiHinsluiry, Barton, IJUletou, aud tho Whit
Sleeping Cars run to night trains betwtvn
rroy and Muutrcal, and between Votttuit u4
FotteugvrM for the West will Ikfa a cheap,
pleasant, and expeditious route,
FOB TICKE'l'S. and all necessary Information,
enquire at the Ottess on the lino.
. X. L.MABCY, Aottej; Supt.
Rutland, May 1C, W. X-'tfc
nuic iu iuicuunrannecun; wuii train ror'
ins tor jiuinpeuer,.