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TITTG VERMONT TRA-NSCRl PT.
207
ST. ALBANS.
. ...,,. arnrcii jo, xnoo.
U the Town Meeting Inst Tuoa
tlio following oniccrH woro elected
iho ensuing jonr:
ilcrator-li. u. dowiwj.
. . .
nfL' -1 . -- " '
i nil ivtiiTiir.
insurer A. H. Hyde,
i, F. E. Ucli.
rcrscer of mo l'oor-
-A. IL Hunt-
nil.
Cnnstnblo II. I- Weeks; 'Zd,
let
trfiTU juuwhh'
Listers- Victor Atwood, .J. II.
rorne ins Stilniien, v. it. X'ot-
U V'. Thorp.
nllfjrg J. II. Dewoy, C. P. Snf-
A Hjdc.
C F. Siifibrtl
Jcnce Viewers is. x-. ltugg, a. .u.
I t Greene.
IV " -
J Haynos, John Whitte-
ftiimtV urftMl jurors victor
1 Julius H. lirooks, .Lorenzo
. stcnheii Lawrence, Jr., S. G.
i -.1 -1
ealer of Weights and Measures,
Leather- -Uildud Puull.
unl Keepers U. (J. linrton,
iri S Wnll, F. E. Boll, II. Clark.
i l 1 TT Trt
'Tin Armm.--Ji. aim u
i, notendent of Schools Rev.
H HI
Thorp; District No. 2, Lewis
... O.l ll,ulnnr Wl.iHn.
H P Lyman ; 5th District, II.
...1 Pi t. TttofvCstf Tn v rci TtfAnVa
ill 1 1! , i ill .iiaviivci w vvu a&xvjaq
District, YVrilliico Tullcr, b. H.
fin an J Ueo. w. ftiioitcrs; etu
ith District, Henry Mitchell;
District, Georgo Stilpheu, T.
m. 11th District, S. C. Collins,
tjj. i .r is: Htli iJistnct. willard
1!, 13th District, Joseph Bas-
10th District, A. B. Lasell; 17th
iff S. Brooks.
TShr fulliivinrr rosnlllt inn inf rndnpod
ictor Atwood was adopted:
.soiv, That the town of St.
ns hereby authorize and direct
,l,,l..,,, f M.in ..11
listed men that havo been crcdit-
hc t vn, and faithfully served
nil tirao of said cnlihtrncnt, or
ilir 1 m the service, or bcon hon-
ly discharged,! who havo not ro
omed a town bounty for said rc-on-Ug&fnt
the sum of $300 each, to bo
I SM) m Jiaml, $100 at the end of
ivars from the time of said ro-
l.f, and $100' at the end of
v ars. or in caso of death or
i jc ot any or nil of said men.
T " . ....
I
i! nprescutativos.
Barlow introduced tho fol-
i
' That tho Selectmen are
nr. ,f ii.r. l,...ni 1111.
o j
'fK Tho Selectmen arc hero-
KT VllOl r I .. u.,r.,.. .1 1 11. I
1 - II Til CT I I I wi: I . J 1
- vu vuui VI1UUU JLIO U
o'ji, siicu sum as appears to bo
IVUUUUU bJ Lill 1
'uu oujccis contemplated by tho
autlionzins: tho snecial tax of
icr i i l L'l! I ...:n. i i
date.
iax ot no per cent, on tho dollar
t nrnnii imi - i - j
n mm u r l i
aa follows:
I. Eastman, 1GH.
- uuiuruu mo nouso 01 -Mr.
Mill I l-i ifau n i i i rai
,KUBO OLAJUttHB, J-llUrS-
night, March 3d, and reliovcd him
Till
jj. x-ayno, who was arrested
nl.Ai!
"uweiimo since, on a charero
-o -"6K-u in mo ram on 531 At
vvwuuii nun vvouuiii ncro
-b"'uu, mis imu nn exnmina-
Wforo Justicn .T. T) Snnl n miff
wiit under guard to Gen. Dis's
wcatuor for the past few davi
"eon excel 1 fllf. nvnvlmrwl ntwl Mia
i tho uow hotel is nroarressiner
, - " 1 1 I f 111 CUtHQU 1 UL'll
fniiv i - ... . . .
'Vocall attention to tho advor
ent of Jay Cooke & Co.. tho rnv-
enl ,., i i.. M . ...
..Kuk i0r Uj0 Bal0 ot tll0 pQp.
(-30 loan. Tim PiVof rni:..i
11 i at. Albans, tho Government
is inenaroil tn fnmitii. i.
ers with any amount of this loan.
io 41.- i
nine to subscr bn nH m,
will all bo tnkon Uv ti.n .:.j.n
oomier' s Aid Sociotv nt tt;i-
, . v
nrueu on tho lGth of wi,.
. ",u '""owing articles to tho
"wy CommiBsion: 21 shirtB. in
8 (lraors; 5 pairs sliime. iq
..wo, o pairs uandker-
' ''fKlrollofohlliwi
old cotton; 1 packai0 .
rll85 12 pillow cases: 10 , .i
l0iH-2ldadHlJ
It is a nolicnblo fact abroad, as
well ns nt homo, that whilo tho ro-in-augurntion
of Prcnidcnt Lincoln, and
tho full of Savannah, Charleston, Co
lumbia and "Wilmington, woro duly
and appropriately colebratctl last
Saturday in tho cities, and in almost
every villngo throughout tho loyal
In.wl twtl n anliml rf n linll nt .fl frlltl
nuu i oisiii.ii v. i .i. . h,..'.
! , , .,. ... . ,. , ,
was heard m St. Albans to disturb tho
steady pursuits of self-interest among
her people But wo must givo our
citizens tho credit of hoisting tho Stnrs
and Stripes over tho. Villago Green,
whero a remnant of tho snnio still re
mains, awaiting tho fall of Richmond.
Returns thus far received of the
voto for County Commissioner, gives
Mr. Eastman a largo majority over
Mr. Northrop.
The posl-ofiico at St. Albans has
boon designated as a money 'order
post-oflico, which is intended to pro
mote public convenience by enabling
peoplo to transmit money through
tho mail with safely.
NEWS SUMS'LVBY.
James Redpath is to bo editor of
tho Charleston Mercury, revived nnd
regenerated.
Tho ro-iuauyuratiou of Mr. Lin
coln was the first instance of tho kind
siuco that of Jackson in 1833.
In New Zealand tho boys and
girls swim rivers and climb moun
tains for tho sake of going to school.
Tho United Stntcs pays $703,305
for this year's public printing, and
Illinois pays $110,000. Soma Sucker
has a fat job.
A Madison, Iud., young lady has
oil lands for which sho has rofusod
$80,000, but will take a partner of tho
male persuasion.
There woro a good many nogroos
at tho president's reception, Saturday
night, and Fred Douglass nud wifo
woro among them.
Gov. Van co says ''Wo can wrest
tangible realities from tho jaws of im
possibility." Docs that moan making
troops out of negroes ?
The grand jury at Rochester, N.
Y., havo latoly indicted ton coal deal
ers thero for trying to cheat the peo
plo. Thoy must learn honesty.
Mr. Carlton, tho publisher of tho
Christian Advocate and Journal (Meth
odist) at New York, has lately made
$100,000 in tho oil business. ' More
profitable than Methodism.
Gon. McClellan arrived at Rome
early in February, and at tho latest
advices was tho guest of a relative
whoso house is tho headquarters of
the anti-slavery residents of tho Eter
nal City.
Tho Italians think Victor Em
manuel is getting to bo a tool of j
Louis Napoleon, and so aro down up
on him. Ho was latoly hissed at tho
opera in Turin, and next day left in a
hull lor i'loroncc.
Tho Illinois legislators didn't get
their pay in gold after all. Tho geld
in the treasury had boon otherwise
disposed Of by law, and SO they had j
to take greenbacks, which Woro al-l
together to good for such a set of men ,
as thoy WCie. I
, ,t v
The Davenport (Iowa) Gazette
accuses the Chicago Ti ibune of steal- !
.. . , , vi c . i
ing its editorials bodily; also of steal-;
in" the editorials of the Nev; York j
Tribune, and thou thanklessly calling I
Mr. ureoly "Graham Bread and
"Old Drab" in the same number.
The Now York telegraphers
worked through to San Francisco
without repeating on Sunday. The
distance is 4000 miles, and tho differ
ence in timo is. about four hours. It
was ono of tho groat feats of tele
graphing, a scionco which is always
revealing something now and starl
Kugi In tho deserted office of tho
Charleston Courier wa3 found tho be
ginning of an editorial in typo, thus:
"Thero aro no indications that our
auihoritics have tho first intontion of
abandoning Charleston,, as wo havo
ascertained from careful inquiry," and
then tho compositor dropped hia
stick and ran with the rest.
Troublo is browing in Utah.
Gen Connor lately established a pro
vost guard in Salt Lako citv to keep
ordor, and Brigham Young demanded
its removal. Connor turned his guns
upon Urigham's harem and told him
ho must rcmovo them himsolf if ho
wanted to. Brigham didn't venture
to attack thorn, but ho is very grouty
about it
5 A Connecticut man has invent
ed a watch which is simpler in its
mechanism than ordinary watches, and
will run thrco hundred and seventy
eight days with once wiuding.
Cauo op Thanks. Wo tako this
method to return our thanks to tho
ladies for tho many expressions of fa
vor, which wo daily rccoivo, for tho
benefit derived from tho uso of our
"Wahoo nnd Calisaya Bitters. It will bo
impossible for us to publish them, as
wo nover uso certificates in advertising
our Bitters. Our reason is, many of
tho quack medicines of tho day a read
Ycrtiscd by certificates purporting to
como from persons of distinction, who
would not caro to have their names
montioned in connection with anything
of tho kind.
Yours respectfully,
Jacob PiNKcnTON,
14 & 1G Jamos street, Syracuso, N. Y.
L. L. Dutoher and Son, wholesnlo
and retail agents, St. Albans, Vt.
OTJll DUTV.
fnJn.'ni'"llt(?,"',1,,.,,y krrl COtlHlmitlV I.C
mllH V'aler'' "J?1 """" vnlunl.l,. ot nil,
lins ittood tlm tost of t mo nml cxncrlmcnt ami
,f IVJl il n,l:,ll(,Vml "'H"- It Is the iml .liity
or rvcnr pnront to U-cn a conMmit 8iipi.lv of ft
n tlio hoiis;,rua!lvf(.rlininriliateiii.o. Sot mil v In
It ft most uplcmlia remedy for rough, (.nddn
eoldfl i Influenza, oroun, and nil tlirontef.miilaliiU,
but itli the conmimi.Uve-H (jreat relief. When
they are no far cone that no medieine will ever
cure them, CooV CoukIi IlaLnm will bo found an
J........ t ' . ;t 7. "iii ii" ilium, nil
""oliwlilp fricnil to allay ilirronclilnK. Iielntlie
cxjiopiorntioii, nnd iw tiio minviW. Why will
OTmir;!;,
, , - ,. ,llt u
iiim i, imnnia' our advice ami 11
villi' voin-Hiiir llli ft HiimiK-.,f f- (....i. v
inv-
Inl-
sam -the lel and chenjiefit OoukIi llalnam in tl
......... iivuu uiu niriy renin, ami call 1)0
found upon tho contilerH of dntgRidtH 51-lm
She $t;ut,cl.$.
ST. AI.I1A.S M Alt KKT Mine Ji , 1S05.
Qorrtehil for the Transcript nvy II Wk;
Arrt.M loo 2 00
dried, per lb, t 12J 15
IIi ans, per bushel, 160 2 75
IluriEii, per lb., .jo & S3
Cm-HBK, " 18 22
oiin, icr hufthel, 1 75 fifi 0 00
Con IIeai- per ewt., i 00 0 00
lwios, per tluz., , 25 (18 38
I louii, aiipurilno, 1100 1 1 50
" extra, 12 OOffl U 00
" doublo extra, HI 00 11 00
(iBAssHei n, porbiwhcl, fi 00 (it 0 00
II v., 1 or tun, IB CO 4j 20 00
IAni, per I! ., 25 (?i 27
Oath, t er uualic., 80 00
Osio.vb " 2 00
rLAsrr.n, 1 20 0 00
I'oub, moM, 42 W)((S 'lo wi
" clear, 17 00 H 50 u)
PoTATOOi, tier bushel,. .'. Mi H (
Hte, Nfuo.
Salt Canada. 00 n, l -Jo
' 'IMrk'n Jbland, 1 2 o 00
JIin.K Ht'OAr., 20 2t
Woot, per lb., "iSGi 03
Wood per cord, 1 00 '", 10 00
UOSTOX JIAl'.KETS.
Prepared cuprcagly for tho TnAsscnirr.
Boston, March 7. 18C5.
Flour nuil Mr al rer 1)1,
St. Imii", Hiipcrllne f 00 00 (& CO 00
IJxtra brnr4,U 11 60 r& 13 00
Choioe fextras 13 50 & 11 23
etern unpcrnno 10 00 10 50
Common oxtras 11 00 fej'll 23
i'.edium extra 11 50 12 00
Choice extras 12 23 8 13 00
Illinois and Ohio, choice extra 13 00 13 50
Canada, silperfino 10 00 10 50
Common extras 11 00 U 25
Medium extran 11 50 12 00
Choice extras 12 25 12 60
llyo Flour 8 50 10 23
Corn Mbal 8 50 8 75
Crutn per bushel:
Corn, mixed 2 00 2 12
Southern yellow 2 10 2 15
Western yellow 0 00 0 00
ltvo 0 00 1 00
Wheat. Welcni 2 45 2 70
Oatc, Northern 95 0 08
White lienns 000 000
.MoIihick Per gallon:
Cuba Muscovado 00 00
New Orleans ". 00 00
i'lovlnloiM Per bbl :
Ueof, Wet-tnrn mem 22 00 21 00-
lltcf, Kastem 00 00 00 00
1'ork, extra clear 50 00 51 00
lV-rk, mens 43 00 4t 00
Torli, prime 30 00 40 00
1-ard, i lb 21 25J
Hams, smokcl 20 22
iluttcr, choice 60 55
CIutoo 0 21
.Suiirl'orllj.:
Ilnraua, white 22 21
Havana, brown 2L 2i!
New Orleans.... 00 00
Cuba Muncovedo 21 21
hotiton Cnishetl 00 00
lloston l'owilerwl 00 31
.tleo Cnihhcd 21 26
Wool DostKjiTic:
lnll blood 03 100
Half and quarter blood 07 03
Common 00 01 03
IMUed, extra 1 01 1 23
Westeru mixed 85 03
IIKICIITO.V .HAltKKTJIiiren 1,
Hcrf Cntlle Flxtra fat and heavy premium
Oxen, 15.50 a 1 10,00 1st quality J11.50 a 15.00;
2d quality 13.00 a 14.00; 3d qnabtv, fll.00 a
12.00, y 100 t., on total weight of hide, tallow
and diesHed beef.
W'orkliii; Otrn..-130 a 250, or according
to alue as beef.
.'lllrli Vttw .--545 a $75: extra and aood $70
S"' uS may be agreed; farrow
hlieep ami I.nmlit. 0 aOe. Extra, On 13
a)oohi' r " W, ler
hlio(eH.Whole8alc,12 a IScfcim. Uve weieht.
Dressed, 00 a nO conts. Fat Hogs, 00 fl lb.
Vial tairei..o.ooa oo.oothead.
M,',"r,lrishto,,V !9?. 10ii,nt',It'- .Conn
try lots, 00 cents. Calfskins 00 a 00 cents
'tiiio-. io n lie y i:.
I'tii. -With wool n, J3.23 a is.&o each.
country lots, .oon.oo.
jgurfncfts givcrtory.
T
JU. KINGMAN 1JLOCK, Main St., opposite tho
congregational ennrcn. l-u.
MjGow.w & FOitn, nn.vTisTa.
Oftice over Woad and Duron's Drug store,
Kt. Albans, Yl. 2-tf
M11UCK, ATTOHNKY AND COUNSF.I
. LOU AT LAW. Mao, Agent for first
class Insuranco Companies, and for obtaining
Soldiers' pav, Ac.
Ofiico over Weeks' store. 1-tf
ITVUtUAlt IlllOTIIKUS, 1UON MKlt
? CHAM'S.
Dealers Nails, Glass, Oils, Paints, Agricul
tural Tools, which wo offer at a low cash figure.
Corner Lake and Main streets.
St. Albans, March 10, 1SC1. 1-t
J7 A. SOU'IiKS, Attorney and Counsellor nt
1. Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Ofllcooer
Marvin's Store, (lately occupied by White A
Sowles) St. Albans, Vt.
T. 8. Will attend to Collections, and nrosecuto
Claims against tho United States for Arrears of
Pay, or llounty to Soldiers, Widow's and Invalid's
Pensions, Ac, Ac. 3-tf
OUU AM IJ.VIItV SALT at Whole
sale, at
AliailMiTU.N & SUAMUUU1VS.
St. Albans, March 17, 1861. ltf
r1KOUsK V. IloiHiirrox, Attorney and
T (niiiMi.lli,r nt. Ijiw nml Kiilioitor in Cli&n
eery, St. Albans, Vermont. Oftlco over tho Post
Olhce, and resilience on Congress street.
Also, United States Commissioner, Commis
sioner of Deeds fur tho States of New York,
JiaHi-aeliuiciis, anu oiner oiaies. iionui;"0
prompt attention to all professional business
with which ho may bo entrusted.
... .11 XT. 1 IOKI If
-VfOTICH.-Camo into the enclosure of tho
J.1 subscriber, hctwrcn tho 10th and 15th Au
gust, 1801, three Sheep kind. Tho owner is ro
oucsted to provo property, pay charges, nnd take
them away. I'ATIUCK KliLLKY.
Fairfax, Vt., Jan 27. 1801. 10-3W
T
inn iii:st a.m Tin:
CI1KAPUST.
-AND-
WILD CHERRY
BITTERS,
Composed of tho best Itoots, Harks, and Herbs
known, nnd peculiarly adapted to tho immodl
ato relief and ULTIMATE CUIUl of Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Janudien, Weaknoss.
Sour Stomach, Ixiss of Appetite, Dizziness and
all Complaints caused by dull, torpid, and in
actlvo LIVl',11. Tho effect of those IHTTKltS is
truly wonderful, Tliey purify, cleanso, enlivr n.
Btrengthou, regulato, build ui), and Khfcr W
OltDKlt tho wholo system. They aro lust tlio
thing needed In BPIltNG and BUMMKIt, VlcaB
ant to tho taste, and ngrcoablo in effectH. l.vcry
body takes thcm-livervlxxly - likes them. A
few' doseH will CONVIN'CK THK INCllKDU
LOUS of their great worth, and secure for
them ft placo In every family.
I'JUUK, CUNTS.
L. L, DUTCIir.Il li SON, Druggis!,
St. Alban, Yt., 1'roprtetort
25-tf.
MAHCH IHO.3.
JUST RECEIVED
AT
NO. 2 DAIinOW BLOCK,
A I.AltOK IA)T or
NEW CLOTHING ft FURNISHING GOODS.
HATS; CAl'S, OIiOVBS, TIBS,
GCAIirS, FANCY riiANZTBL
SIIIHTS, OOIjIiAIIS, UO.
G n l'l A 'J1 B A 11 C A I X S
will im oivns
TOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS.
VOL N. BMIT'.I.
St. Albans, March, 1803. 51-lf
A. CV1J.
Iklilor of the Transcript:
In reply to many letters animpiirins from peo-1 "c to J1" ccn. more, according to tho rato
pie in this suvtiou of tli, country, Hie under-i hvid on other property. Tho Interest is paya
slgneiltako great pleasro In Myingthronxh the ,i,i0 somt-aniiually hv coupons attached to oach
eolimins of your pai'lr, that our renowned prep- L,. ., . , , ... ,
aration known a COE'H DYSl'LI'SIA CUItB, Is nle' mbUb be cut ott nJ 8old to ? bauk
a certain euro f"r Dyspepsia, In its worst htagri. j
Manycureee, longstanding, within our own ac
qualnt anr-j, have been completely, and wo ljelirve j
pennar.tntly curod. It will stop distross after
eatir.g almost instautaneouMly, and enables tho i
dyspeptic who has lived for years upon Graham
bread and tho plainost diet, to cat ns heartily as he I
ploftHOs,andanytIiinghoehiso,,nlthoutdangerof
distross, or souring, or ricingun thostomaeh. It i
is an Infalliblo corrector or indigestion and consti- i 1 a, 1,118 "
pation, croatcs a healthy appetite stops tick-1 JHE ONLY LOAN IN MARKET
headache, heart-burn, Hirknrss nt tho stomach,
pains, cramps, or colic in either stomach or bow- I nn offered by the Government, and it is confl
ols, and sweetens offensive breath, as soou as you i dcnlly expected that its superior advantages will
tako it, and by enabling the patient to take plenty 1 m,, jt tho
of hearty food, "which is the parent. of health," 1
produeesvlgor.strengthandonergy. lnovory trial QRAT POPULAR LOAN OF THE PEOPLE.
wchavoknown.it has (speedily eradicated Dys- ' Leg, than 1200,000,000 remain unsold, which
Irv. I rail ii uu ho (tiibiiuuii v .inuri Kiur, i uhmIIVoo
es, debility, and loss of power, giving instead, a
proper activity and tone to th stomach and or
gans of digestion, niul as we confidently buliovo,
and ns the published certiorates In our cironlars,
almanacs, and in many of Hi loading Journals,
from convalescent patients will eoitfinn, com
pletely, permanently, and almost, miraculously
"euro tho worst caso of Dyspepsia in existence.''
Wo warrant it in every instance. It can bo ob
tained at all the Drug Stores in the United States
and Canadas, at (1.00 per bottle, or six bottles
for 15.00 CG.CL.VItK A CO.,
51-ly Pmprirtorc, New Huron, Ct.
"A HORSE IS LIKE A MAN."
And like a man, if bo is ove rworked, needs care
and modicino. How many times wo seo a horse
worth two or thrco hundred dollars, apparently
broken down byoxcessivo work. Like tlio expres
sion in Shakspcarc, "each particular hair stands
on end like quills on tho fr. tful poscupinc. In
other words, he is out of con lition. What shall
wo do? Givo
ALDEN'S CONDITION POWDERS
They are stiro,safe,andhamiliw. They thorough
ly remove all unhealthy obstructions andcloaiiKc
tho whole system, expelling inflammation, pro
ducing a healthy and directing action upon the
liver, restoring appetite, health, and rcnowed
animation to tho whole body, thereby rendering
tho animal capable of much greater endurance.
These powders may le given with great ndv.m
togo in all cahos of loss of appetite, roughness '
of tho hair or coat, stoppage of water and bow-,
els, r.ll coughs and cold?, lnllamattou of the ' jr
lungs and liowelx, recent founder, swelling of i
tho glands of the throat, horse distemper, hide '
We do not recommend them to euro a con-1
fir mod case of hees, but they will relieve it,
and iu recent cases effect a cure.
Karmriv, Tenuistcn, and t!w r ha. tug
charge of horses, would s:nc time and money
bv having theso Powders nlwn s on hand to ad-i
, .1 j, . . , , ,,
minuter with the iirst symptom of iltrlluo or
lUt'iiM'. '
These ponders nrc alike applicable to nil '
iloint-tIu uiiliimlq
They mal:o fatting cattlo
thrive, and working cattle psrform much better,
There is nothing better for new lalU-li row
as they rluanbe and regulato the system and ap
petito, and Improve llio innjitll;' mil! tjuul
Uy of (Us milk.
The good results that foUow the uso of theso
Powders, will recommend them to everybody.
Put up in largo papers, with directions for use,
end sold for 25 cents. For salo by
L. L. DUTCJIEltA SON, St. Albans.
And by Merchants generally. 31 tf
GREAT REDUCTION
IN PEICES.
WHOLE STOCK MAT? ICED DOWN
TO SUIT TJIJJ TIMES.
TWO CAR
LOADS
J
Now unloading, very low by tho load. Ono car
load of
FINE DAIRY SALT,
In barrels, half barrels, and boxes.
500 BUSHELS CANADA SALT,
Mackeral, Salmon, llorring. Trout, and Codfish;
Tea, Coft'oo, Sugar, Molasses, and Syrup,
together with every article cillcd fur in a
largo Whulusalo and ltetail Grocery,
including the largest stock of
CUT Sr NAVY TOBACCO
Every offered iu this section.
OSioice 33-UL-trt!?
Always on hand, by tho tub, or at llctait.
Tho abovo Stock was well selected, and will
be sold on tho Cash Principle, at Cash Prices.
J. WALKElt, Agent,
Lata Itugg & Elliot's Storo, Lako St reet.
52-tf
riAHE BUHSCIIIIIEHS beg leave to say to
X tho publio that thov will bo happy to show,
without charge, and sell at a small profit for
cash, a
FRESH VARIETY OF GOODS,
Just lnouglit from JMurUet.
Plcaso call and kco us and our Goods, at tho
Storo in Hank Block, recently occupied by D. II.
Smith. n. 11. GltEEN A CO.
Sheldon, Vt., March C, 1HC5, C2-Cw.
House anil Iaiul for Kale.
rpiIK undersigned offers for ealo "tho Webber
X Plaeo," so called, lying a quarter of a milo
west of tho St. Albans di lH't, oil tho road leading
tn tho lako, consisting of a house, barn and nut -
buildings, and four acres of good land. Pom-
session will iu) given on tho first day of April,
1803. Ah thero is no encumbrance on this prop-
crty and tho location U a desirablo ono, a raro
opportunity is offered to any purchaser in want
of jsuch favorably located leal estate.
HANNAH WEBBEIt.
St. Albansj l'eb. 15, 18C3. 4tf
U. S. 7-30 LOAN.
! lly authority of tho Secretary of tho Treasury,
I lln iindrrslgne I has assumed tho General Sub-
scrlptlon Agency for tho aalo of United States
Treasury Notes, bearing sorcn ind three tontln
per cent, interest, pr annun, known ns tho
SEVEN-THIKTY LOAN.
Tlio NntOT aro irjnod tinder dato of August
l.'ith, 1801, and avopayablo throo years from that
time, In currency, rtr aro convertible at tho op
lion of thr, holder, Into
U. H. n-ao hix. joi font-.
GOLD-BEARING BONDS
These bonds aro now worth a premium of nlno
percent., including gold intorcst from November,
which makes tho actual profit on the 7-30 loan,
at current rates, including interest, about ten
per cent, per annum, besides Its crcmpttonfrom
Mate and municipal taxation, which adiU from
or banker. Tho Interest amounts to
One rnt per ilny mi it $30 note.
T.torentj .1 $100
Ten ! ii s.,00 t
an si (xio i
SI " " S.'iOOO
Notes of all tho denominations named will be
fllrl..5..,i ,lnnl, rpwfn( f .,1..H.,.
I fit i , . , . . . . .
or 00 days, when tho notos will undoubtedly
command a premium, as has uniformly been
tho caso on closing the subscriptions to other
I.onni.
In order that citizens in every town and rcc-
j t Ion of tho country may bo nfforded facilities for
taking tho loan, tho National Banks, State
j Banks, and Private Bankers throughout tho
I country havo generally agrcod to roceivo sub-
! wriptions at par. Subscribers will select their
i own agents, In whom thoy havo confidence, and
, who only aro to be responsible for tho do
' livery of the notos for which thoy roceivo or"
dera.
j JAY COOKE,
Subscription Aoent, 1'hilaiMphia.
Subscriptions will bo received by tho
First National Rank of St. Albans.
52-tf.
FSSK & HATCH
AND CEALEItS IS
ifJOVERNMENT
SECURITIES
New York,
OS Wall Street,
5
s.
G OVEB.NM.S NT
AGENTS
ron ran sale ok tub
POPULAR 7-30 LOAN
Under tho rooont arrangement of tho Treas-
ury Dopartmont with Mr. JAY COOK,
General Subscription Agent.
.,, , , ,, ,. , . . ,
Checks and Drafts on New lork, Legal Tender
Notes nnd National Bank Notes may bo remitted
in payment. Wo also recclvo nil Legal Tender
j'ite Per Cent. Notes, nud aUow tho nccmcd fn-
terexl to date of subscription.
Tlio 7-30 Notes will bo forwarded by express,
free of charge, to all points reached by tho os
prosH companies.
Orders may bo forwarded to us direct, or
through your noarost bank or banker.
Persons visiting tho city will find a full assort
ment of tho Notes on hand at our offica for im
mediate delivery.
Orders by mail Bhould bo accompanied with
the address in full to which tho Notes aro to bo
forwarded.
Wo also keep on hand, and buy and soil at
market rates, all kinds of
UNITED STATES SECURITIES.
Accounts of Banks, Bankers, and individuals
received on favorable terms.
FXSK fic HATCH,
aivrviciiiH,
38 Wall Street, Now York.
40-13W
DRUGS AND MEDICINES !
FHESII STOCK
j. just received at tho
jSTew Drug Store.
Perfumery
Pomades.
Hair Oils
Cosmetics
Superfine Hair Brnshos,
Combe, and Toilet articles in groat variety, eult.
ablo for the approaching Holiilajs.
PATENT MEDICINES
Tiuaic, Supporter, Shonlilrr Hi-urn,
CONGItESS WATEIt, BITTEItS, Ac.
KEROSENE OIL.
General Depot for
lory's ZOit-toDra,
tho best and cheapest In tho world.
The St. Albans Liquor Agency.
Nono but puro Lbpiors supplied for Modical
v purposes.
Tho subscriber would express his grateful
thanks to tlio peoplo ofVranklin County for their
! liberal patronago heretofore bestowed, and would
, solicit a continuanco of the same,
1 All Good sold, warranted as represented,
' Physicians' orders promptly filled with Drags
, of tho best quality, and at tho lowest market
, rates. lYescriptions carefully compounded
by an experienced chemist,
Storo open for necessary purposes on Sunday
from 12 M. to 1 P. M.
I S. H. DAY, Agcut,
Fint door North of Wyinau A Huutington .
i M. Albans, Yt., Dec. 23, 1W1. 4Wf.
t tcoitoi: iik3ii:iiit .i co.,
303 broadway; hbw youk,
(ixniNr.n noANB HTiintn-.)
100,000 WATCH KS,
CHAINS, GOLD PENS AND PENCILS,
.to., V.-.,
WORTH $500,000 !
TO BR SOLI) AT O.VI4 1JOI.T..YK HACK,
WITHOUT HKOAltD TO VALUE.
Ami not Io lie jmlil until j-oii know lull
you 111 rici li.
SPUttDH) LIST OF ARTICLES
All to bo Sold for ONE DOLLAR caoEf
100 Gold Hunting Caso Watches., each MOO 00
100 Gold Watches I5" On
200 Ladles' Watches .15 00
X) Silver Watches 1S 00 to $25 00
GOO Gold Neck sod Vest Chains. . 12 00 to 1ft 00
1000 Chntrlain and Ouaid Chains
3000 V l and N. rk Chains.
1000 Holitnirc .let A Gold Brochcs
1000 Cornl.LavA.'Garnet.iVc., "
7000 Oi)ld,.Tct,Op.il,,Ve.. Kar Drops
5000 dents' Broast and Scarf Pins
0000 Oval Band Braclets
2000 Chased Bracelets
:i,V!0 Cal'a. Diamond Pins A Illncs
2000 Gold Watch Kes 2 50 to
8000 Solitaire Steoo Buttons and
Studs
3000 Onld Thlmliles
fiOOO Miniaturo Ii-kets
3000 Mini.ititie Lockets, Maglo.. .
IVIO (lolilToiithi)ieks.CroKHOs. Ac.
2 00 to
4 00 to
8 00
noo
7 00
0 00
COO
5 00
2 00 to
4 00 to
2 00 to
Stm Vnb and Itibbon Slides 2 CO to
5000 Chased Gobi llttigs 2 00 to
1000 Stono Set Kings 2 09 to
C500 Sets Ladies' Jewelry Jet and
Gold 3 00 to
fiOOOSets Ladies' Jewelry, varied
st vies 3 00 to
8000 Gold Pens, Silver Caso and
Pencil 4 00 to
4000 Gold Pons, Ebony Holder and
Caso fi 00 to
C000 Gold Pens, Mounted Holder . 2 00 to
5 00
COO
15 00
15 00
8 00
10 00
COO
All the goods in tho abovo List will be Rolil,
without reservation, for ONE DOLLAR EACH.
Certificates of nil tho various articles aro placed
in similar envelopes scaled and mixed. These
envelopes will be sent by mail, or delivered at our
ofllcc, without regard to choice. On receiving a
Certificate, yon will see what nrticlc it represents,
and It is optional with you to send ono dollar, nnd
receivo the article named, or any other in tho list
of tho same value.
By this modo wo givo selections from n varied
stock of line goods, of tho best make and latest
styles, and of intrinsic worth, at a nominal prico,
while all havo a chance of hocurhig articles of the
very highest value.
In all transactions by mail we charge for for
warding the certificate, paying postage, and do
ing tho business, 25 emits each. 1'ive certificates
will be sent for ft; Eleven for 2; Thirtv for $5;
Sixty live f 10; One hundred for $15
REASONS WHY
Wo should supply j our wants: our facilities aro
unsurpassed; our w ork of unrivalled excellence:
our promises punctnally observed. Our central
location brings us near the most rcinoto points.
Our goods aro new from the manufacturers, nnd
of latest and most desirablo stylos. The goods
jiURT 1)o sold, and tho terms aro unequalled. All
nrticles ordered aro forwarded by return mail.
Wo guarantee entire satisfaction in ever)- in
stance, and if there should bo any person dissat
isfied with any .rticlo they may receive, they will
immediately return it, nnd tho prico will bo re
funded. j Aor.NTS. Wo allow thoso acting ns Agenti Ten
i Cents on each Certificate ordered, provided their
rcmittanco amount tn Ono Dollar.
They will collect 23 cents for CTcry Certificate,
I and, retaining 10 cents, remit to us 15 cents for
each.
Address
GEO. 1JEJIKIUT & CO.,
303 Broadway, New York.
WORLD'S FAIR.
BEAT EXHIBITION at tho
KEil23-QUARTERS.
Just received from Boston, New York, Albany
ami l roy, per snip
cc FLYING CLOUD'
ovsn
700 STOVES,
Comprislag all tho novelties of the season, con
sisting in part of
COOK STOVES,
PAHLOU STOVES,
BOX STOVES,
COAL STOVES,
DUMB STOVES,
P.VllLOIt COOK STOVia,
DINING BOOM STOVES,
In greater variety than ever before offered in
tlm vicinity, ranging in prico from
One Dollar lo Seventy Dollars
EACH.
Our Waro Boom aro crowded full of Goods of
every description, in our line, such a?
PUMPS,
LEAD PIPE,
STOVE PIPE,
INC,
HOLLOW WABE,
TIN WABE,
JAPANNED WARE,
Plll'-SSED WABE,
TOILET WAKE,
ENAMELLED WABK,
LANTEItNS,
COAL 110 1)8,
SHOVELS and TONOS
COItN POPPEBS,
APPLE PAUEBS,
l'LAT-IBONS,
WAlT'LE-lltONS, Ac, J.c.
PUTNAM'S CLOTHES WRIXGEK.
BEST KEROSENE OIL.
COAL Oil WOOD rUItNACES SET Oil
CLEANED.
Pumps repaired; Lead, Iron, or Zlna Pipe laid:
Copper, Brass, or Iron Waro made by the IcU
workmen.
Cash customers will find our stock more com
plete than any other in tho County, all of which
will bo sold for cash at prices that defy rompo
tltlon. M'COWAN BROTHERS,
4 Doors A'urthof American Hotel,
ST. AI.nANS, VEIIMONT,
September 9, IW.
(
GOO to l."(KI
.1 ivi t ) i n I
rjrKK NOTICK, ALL THOSE DESIIirNQ-
PERFECT ffFITS.JJ
The subsrrilier presents hl grateful acknowl
edgments for the liberal patronage with which
ho haH been favored Tof tho last fifteen years,
and invited n cnntltiuanre of tho same. Ho still
keeps his Miop otrr James Sale's storo, and
gives special attention to
CUSTOM WOTIK.
His Girmenta aro made in the most
SUBSTANTIAL ASU FASHIONABLE MAN
NEll ;
and being an experienced Culler nml AVnrk
nmn, hois ablo to guaranty patifactlon to all
who may favor him with their ordors.
MICHAEL DMSCOLL.
St. Albans, March 18, 1801. 1-tf
JJJ-OltACK r.IVl.VCISTOX
UN DEflTAKER,
Manulactmer and' Drfalcr in
Collins and Burial Cases,
In AVooil mill Mefnl of every Stylr.
lie has on hanil
Constantly, from iff
to 100 Collins, ready'
rhade, of all tires .
and pried and'bi pre
pared to make to
ordcrin any required
style.
He will furnish Coffin Trimmings of all kinds,
NAME-PLATES.
SIIllOl'DS,
COLLAr.3,
CBAVATSV
and everything required at short notice, and at
reasonable prices.
Euncrals attended with hearse, which he haa'
recently purchared at Troy, N. Y., and whieh
will bo found tn be as elegant as can bo found in
tho cities. Charges wiU be moderate.
Apply to the subscriber at his ware-house off
Main Street, or at his shop on Eonndry Street,-'
or at his residence on tho cornet of Bank and
Tlmniaa Streets.
HOn.VCE LIVINGSTON
St. Albans, July 12, led. ' 1-tf.
SravcUcvfl' 6uiile.
7-KltJIOXT CTCJiTKAI. A SUI.I.1VA.1
llAli.I.UAlO.
WINTETt ARRANC5 EMl'lNT
Commenelng ITobruftry 27, 186S
TUAIN3 OOISO SOUTH A!!D EAST
Leave St, Albans at C.15 a. in., 12.02 p. m. and
7.23 p. m.
Mail Train leaves St. Albans at 0:15 a. m.,
conneeting at White Bive.r Junction andBcllows
l'alls with trains for Boston, Worcester, Spring
field and Noiv York, arriving at New York at
10. IS p. in.
Day Express leaves Montreal at 8.00 a. m., fit
Johns at 9:50 a. m., for Troy and New York.
Night Express leaves Ogdeiisburgh at 11.30 a.
m., .uontreal at 3:lo p. m., limise s I'oint ai 0.13
p. in., St. Johns nt 4:10 p. in., arriving at Boston
at 8.10 a. in., connecting at Bellows Falls with
Cheshire Itoad for Boston and Worcester and
with Vermont Valley Bailroad for Springfield, Ac,
and arriving in NcwTorl: at 12.30 p. m.
Accommislation Train leaves House's Point at
7:15 a.m., and Burlington at 12:10 pm., for
Northfield.
TUUNS OOIfdJ N011T11 ANn WEST
Leavo St. Albans for House's Point at 6.03 a. m.
and 2.25 p. in.; for St. Johns at 6.00 a. in. and
0.10 p.m.
Dav Express leaves Burlington at 4:20 p. m.,
for Montreal.
Mall Train leaves Boston at 7:30 a. m., via.
Lowell, Lawrence, or Fitchburg. Springfield at
7:45 a. m., for Btirlingtou and St. Albans.
Accommodation Train leaves Northfield at 0.55
a.m., and Burlington at 12:10 p. m., for Bouse'
Point.
Night Express loaves Bellows Falls at 10.00 p,
in., receiving passengers from Vermont Valley
Bailroad, leaving New York at 12.15 p. m.. and
from Cheshire Bailroad, leating lloston at 5:15
p. in., connecting nt Whito Hirer Junction with
train leaving Boston at 5:00 p. m., for Burling
ton, House's Point, .Montreal and Ogdensburgh.
Tho Mail Trains connect with Passumpsio
Hoad.
Sleeping cars aro attached lo both tho night
Express trains running between St. Albans and
Boston, and St. Albans and Springfield.
Through tickets for Chicago and tho West for
salo at toe principal stations.
G. MEHRILL, Snp.
-St. Albans, Teb. 27, 1R05.
I 00 to 8 00 i
a 00 to 8 00 .TCtt&CS -.
3 00tn 8 00 V1 Mi-7ft
3 1X1 to 8 00
COO 4- -JMWEJtWrfC
T-OIITMKU.V HAII.llOAIJ.
WINTEH AH11AJ?GEMENT-1804-S.
On and after Monday, Nor. 14, 1864, Passenger
Trains will run as follons :
rrwAnn TnAiNS.
Dav Express Train leaves Concord at 9.33 a.
m., for White Hiver Junction, connecting with
trains for Moutpclicr, Burlington, itouso's Point,
Montreal, Ae., and with OgdeiiNburgh and Graixl
Trunk Bailroads, for tho West.
Mail Train leaves Concord at 10.45 a. m., for
Whito Hiver Junction, connecting with train fur
Wells Hiver, St. Johnsbury, Barton, Newport,
Willoughby and Magog Lakes, Stanstcad, llath,
Littlctou, and Lancaster; also, with trains for
Montpeller, Burlington, St. Albans, House's Polnt,
Montrela, Ogdensburgh, and the West.
Bristol Train leaves Concord at 3.30 p. m., for
Franklin and Bristol.
Evening Express Train leaves Concord at 8.15
p. m., for White Hiver Junction, connecting wHIr
traius for Moutpclicr, Burliugton, St, Albam,
House's. Point, Montreal, Ogdcnsbiirgli, and the
West. Or on arrival of (rains from Bo8lon,Worccrtcr;.
Portsmoulh, Portland, Ac.
NOWSWAIlD THAIKS.
Moming Express Train leaves Whito nivcr
Junction for Concord at 1.15 a. tn.. or on arrival
of train from Ogdcnnbtirgh and Montreal. On.
Mondays at 0.25 instead of 1.15.
Bristol Train leaves Bristol for Concord at
a. in., and Franklin at 9.12 a. in.
Mail Train leaves Whito Blver Junction for
Concord at 12.15 p. m., or on arrival of trains
over tho Vermont Central, I'aus&mpslc, and
Whito Mountains Bailroads.
Day Express Train leaves Whito Hirer Junc
tion at 4.54 p. in., or on arrival of trains from
Montreal and Ogdensburgh, Brattleboro', Keene,.
BellowH Falls, Windsor, Ac., connecting at Con
cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell
snd Boston.
T'hcbo trains connect at Concord with train'
for Manchester, Lawrcncoy Portsmouth, Port-,
land, Nashua, Worcester, New York, Lowell, and
uo'ton. u.nhiajw hiiiAuas, Agent.
Concord, N. II., Nov. 10, 18C4.
1-tf.
KUTLAMJ AXU 11UUI.1JIGTO.V HAIlr
BOAD. On and after Jfonday, Dec. 5, 1861, trains wilf
run as follows, viz ;
VOVISCJ SOUTH AND A9T.
Leave Bitrlington at 8.30 a. m., 9.30 p.m., 1.49-'
p.m., 11.00 a.m. Arrivo at Kutland atll.30a.ni.r
12.30 a. in., 4.10 p. m., f..00 p. m.
Leavo Huthmd at 11,50, 1.25 and 4.00 a.- m.
Arrivo at Bellows Falls at 2.12 p. m., 4.00 and
7.40 a. m.
MOT1KQ SOHTn AND WST.
Leavo Bellows Falls at 12.(0 p.m., 10.00 p. m.
5:30 a. in. and 5.41 p. in. Arrivo at Hutland at
3:10 p. m., 12:30 a. in., 10:15 a. m., 0:15 p. m.
Iuaro Hutland. at 4.40 p. m., 1.20 a. m 13.42'
p. r.i., 4:30 a. m Arrivo at Burlington at 7:15 p
iu., 4:10 a. m., 3.50 p. ni., 10.00 a, in.
THAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS j
ej- At Btirlincton with Yt. Central and Vt. and'
Canada Hallroaibt, for Montpeller, St. Albans,
I Hon no's Point. Montreal, Ogdc lmUirgh, and tho'
1 W. fct. At Hutland with trains for Troy, Albny
I nnrt Now York, Saratoga Snrhigs, Schenectady,
and tho West. At Bellows Villa with trains on
Chcbhlro Itailr'Oad for Fitchburgh, Worcetter,
Lowell, and Boston. With Yt, Valley Bailroad,
for Drattloboro', Springfield, Ifaitford, New Ha
ven, and New York antt with Sullivan Hail road
for Windsor, Whito Hiver Junction, WcUs Hirer,
St. Johnsbury, Barton, Littleton, and the Whit
Mountains.
Sleeping Cars run on night trams between'
Troy and Montreal, and between Uoitou- anil
Burlington.
Passengers for the Went will find thfe tt eheap,
pleasant, and expeditious route.
Sleeping Cars on all night trains.
FOlt TICKETS, and all uecertary information,
eiKiniro at th QflUe on the line.
GEO, A. MEHIULU Sv.
JVjtbui Nov, 10, lifti. MV

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