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TELE EfRMOlSTT TRAJSCPIIFT.
ST. ALBANS, VT. :
Friday, Auzust 14. ISOS.
IJCTTEit. As wo predicted last week,
the inurket ha- been very well fllled
and butter h: oome tkvw n in price with
a falling off in the demand. At ltmst
an average quantity was brought into
this markoi t.-Jay, and prices ranged
from 30 to 3.) rent, the latter figures be
ing the highest paid, as far as we can
serial In , ! LIi"ni,,n !
ZnT during T " "
mond, during oxcunaon in the
Tin: st .ve ston- of 1). M. W alker A:
' on Main Street wa burglarihly en-t-rvil
on Thurwlay. the money drawer
w.t- br.keiiopon and the contents to the
.linount of only fifty rn was carried
iayb tile thieves. 1 his is Mippo.-cd
to have been the work of lnys who are
!K.v in t r:iniiiii- for the JMonii School
Vl.RMo.N-T CKNTRAI. RAILROAD.
Two hundrcl :hh1 .-( v en' . n !oall
ire'.Ahle.r- le: !. Aiban-i an.Tlvsix
.iuiK-ii.ni on Satuida,, , going South over
;l.e Wnmihi Central liailroad.
lrKix; tin- month oi'Julv there were
. t :r .in St.
V- '. r'll '!
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..f Ms .
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' W . r.
.ml 177 ii -r.'iii
leli and Shel-
. a I
-. 1 i ieke and . i n
i .it Hiuligate on Suii-
i Nalllilied before ju-liee
hirati , on T.n'- !a .
trial on nin. oinjuaiMl-.
t'.He-i totlie jaii in A!
i' tln ii main u.iiil com;
tr.' (I, :.o doiil.t
t: r-::i.'nl uiat ?dr. .1.
Ulitil the 1 ti ! nn
u vear-, iTi'i.-ipal t !. Allun
year-, iti 'i.-ipal l r
lie I eiiool. ha- been again lig.cjcd
.i that isition ; a move on the part
; Prudential Committee which
- irt iier.d .-at .-faction, a Mr. Ta lor
. i jMijiular and efficient tea-her.
: i : .i.x.-M.-. lluir M. foul . of
."i'.il!-. lia- le-c!ited 11- With t
feorn irrown in hi-gardt ii whicii
,i i ct four iiielu - in hiirht. Mr. ('.
11. !iuiitiiiir!o;i ha-corn growing wli ieh
.. i- l!i- lua.ly nleleet ill IliLfht.
-oM! Bl At K H .-I'i:i"ltH!l. -It is
mated that oer lie hundred bu-h-
'- f I !( k !.i-i!ii i ; ie- hae been pie ed
it' yii'ild-' bill, i:i (ieorgia, thi--ea-
- . W auoM load- of jeoj)le have eoirn
.."ii all iirc-;i'i!- and fro.jueiith f.oin
. di-tani-e of t ';i or lifteen iiiilc. The
h Id i mor iee all that lare traet on tin
- -)i ioof. of mo'iiit Pi-ah -onu lime-
,o:ieoi-I ealli d Mount Mi-i r from
iii ii the . '. U.K. M.imiLit r- cut over
id- o," wood, ihr. or fo.ir i ar-
l Nl H 1 H-ION Ol-
i.. . ..I'.md he i'
ni:ll' om ii! "llio-e
oil i! ill h.l-'.e t ' d'
Till, mil i.t..
le our .lat ! hi
,jLr e'':r-." and
o ir we town I
I i iiiea-ure i I . It wall-
b -eVell a1 id lllli
;. : 1 1 1 ; i ri 1 1 1 - . It i-
-I and t hive
t il- line him-
kind, thoii-ih -onie of
'e mi have been mil'
o M ow ned by one (
-. Ibddy i- bale a'i
1 ! a i; ( ara le-"' " d
i'1 !,.v :l !
if oar lilt le dauirht-
1 he:.rt and yet to
for another hni.-..-.
rr-m ii(;n am Sr. Alha.n-.
'I. r-. Win. and K. D. Fuller have
eoiiimeiiccd running a covereel -tue
I lily 1 Sunday- excepted! from St. Al
ii in- to St. Albans- Bay, connecting with
the -teainer for Phitt-burgh. The -I age
ill leave the different hotels at i o'clock
i in., and return after arrival of boat
1 1- 'in Plat'-burgh.
The fountain in the little park at the
S4uth end of the depot has been com
pleted, and i now ready for operation
when we have water enough.
Ix Court. Lawrence MK Jarvey was
brought beforcJusticeSherniaii this fore
noon on a charge of committing a rape
on Matilda Leprize, wife of Wm. Le
prize, a resident on Iake Street. He
pleaded "not guilty," and the examina
tion was iKMtponcd until Friday next.
E. A. Bowies appeared for the respond
ent, and Mes-re. Ilill & Hn fiord for the
Ooinxo. We learn from the St.
Johnsbury Caledonian thatquite a large
party'of the business men of Portland
left that citj on Monday to iass
over the entire line of the Portland ami
Ogdeusburgh road to Swanton. They
are expecUHl to spend Wednesday night
iu St. Johnsbury proceeding by stages
Thursday morning, and ranching Swan
ton Friday evening.
Rogues Abkested. Constable Thos.
Failey and Deputy Sheriff JamosP.
Place assisted by John A. Fitch and 11.
F. Kelly of toe Customs Servioe, suc
eeeded in arresting William Jones and
Henry Ilakey at Highgate at 1 oclock
this morning. Jones will be remember
ed as the man who was in jail here for
stealing from Wm. X. Smith, ami made
his escape with the other inmates last
April. At the time of their arrest they
were on a marauding expedition from
Canada and had a tub of stolen butter in
their wagon. Those men are believed
to have been engaged in plundering the
house of Mr. Webster, in Fairfield,
about two weeks ago, and have fre
quently made thieving excursions from
Canada since that time, with consider
able success. A number of dwelling
houses in St Albans and Highgate, it is
baliovod, had been marked by them for
future operations. The villains were
armed when arrested, and had in their
possession a large quantity of skeleton
keys. They are now in jail at St. Al
ban?. A Vbkmont Xntsmty. The New
port J?rj)rcs says : "AVc took a hasty
walk over Bryant's grounds at Derby
last week, and freely admit our pui-prisc
at the extent of his business. He has
about 800,000 trees in different stages of
iheir growth, all thrifty, having borne j imprisonment of all persons now in con
a winter which Mr. Bryant says was lincmeut under sentence of military
Hie hardest for all kinds of fruit trees j
known during tho past fifteen years.
He says after about eighteen months he
'hall be able to furnish customers from
0,000 to SO.OOO.trecs a i'car. We should
think he had enough started to supply
email comer of the universe."
ZVt Oltll ABOUT THE THIEVES. "V
.- r ii. i l i . f
"U1C humi- 1UIUUU "to op- Dr 1ATTO3f,s LECTUBii-The Rev.
orations of William Jones and Henry j Dr Patt of New H Ct who -s
Iliekey, the arrest of whom was men- . spodig the season in Kn.nklin Countv,
tioned in yesterday's Tuanscbii't. It and occiLsionally supplying the Congre
has been known for conic time past that gational 1)ulpit , this pU&!t (lelivorodi
mere was agaugoi uneves in jjcuioni,
P. Q., who have made several maraud
ing expeditions this side of the line.
On Friday night some of the trang stole
as follows from the premises of the fol
lowing persons in Highgate: Martin
Iiefllou, twoharnescs; Edwin C.IIaskin,
one harness, one saddle, one bridle and
one whip ; Conrad Barr, one harness ;
II. Sanderson, one harness, Mrs. "Wat
son, one buffalo robe ; Jerry Cummings,
jr., one harness. Deputy Sheriff James
1. Plaee, of Highgate, and Constable
Failey of St. Albans, on learning of the
roWS immediately set themselves
at Wffk toentch thethelvw. Constable
FaiIev 1MwmleU t0 Beilfiml Hu(,uv
proceeded to Bedford Sunday
night and ascertaining that Jones and
Hiekcyhad left town evidently on anoth
er theiving expedition, returned to
Higngate in due haste. He had hardly
reached the old Stinehour Tavern whore
were in waiting Deputy Sheriff Place,
and Messrs. Fitch and Kclley of the
Custom House, when a wagon paseud.
The team was in-tantly stopped and
Jones and Hiekey apprehended, and
brought to St. Albans. Constable Fail
ey then returned to Bedford and found
the harnes.-e- and other property enu
nii rat d above in the sugar orchartl of
.1 mitre Freligh,and they have been iden
tified by tin- parties named. The tub of
butter fouud in the wagon was stolen
from Edwin Smith.
(Jreat credit is 4lue to Sheriff Place and
" on-table Faih y for their untiring ef-i"r;-
mi iitiimiiie- tie- iheivis injustice.
! he.r ex.tmimii ion i-Ii. in r bad to-ilay
St. Aliians Aug. l', lsns.
A lb jiubliean caucus wa- held at tile
l"oi u il4u-e in s-t. Alban-, pui-tient l4
tmtii -. The call was read by Edward
A. iiibii. E-i). ('apt. Aimoiit Barnes
v.a- eketed Pr4--tdnt. and A.(t. Safford
On motion of Bradb-y Barlow, Esoj.,
tie- lolloping person-, were elected di
I irates to at 1 1 ml the :ird Congressional
I)i-trit Convention to ! holdeii at
tovc on the 12 in-t :
J. Ii. Dett. .
B. i. lloi.kin-.
L. H. (ioff,
W. II. Whiting.
H. M. Steven-.
. H. Boyuton.
And the followinir iers4jiis weri-i-h-et-t
i't -uli-t itute- :
I). It. Potter,
J. S. Week:..
A. O. Brainerd,
.1. 1. 4ule,
A. J. Samson.
1 he following per-ons w're upon mo
tion of II. Bratm rd, E-., elected to
-ervc as Town (Vunmittee for tin-year,
or until another should be elected.
I). It. Potter.
ti. I . Noble.
A. (). Brainerd.
A. B.vunks, A. H. Safkoud.
A Si c4 is. The new -teauicr which
i- to run as a railroad ferry boat, carry
ing 4-arsaml a-.-eiiperstoconnect travel
on the Rutland and Burlington railroad
witli tlie riatl-tiurtrlj ami Montreal
railroad, ma le iis fir-t trip from Bur
lington to 1'lattsburirh on Monday, the
time occupied iH'ing one hour and three j
minute-. A Platt-burgh telegram says:
"Il4ii. J. B. Page, (bivernorof Vermont,
was Chief Commander for the occasion,
with ex-tiovenior l'nderwoo4l and Col- i
4im l Merril, on his stuff. A i.umbcr of
tiie leading citizens f Vermont W4-re on
hoard. During the brief stay at Pitts
burgh, the bo-it was visited by hundreds
of 4nr citizen.-, and left the wharf amid
loud 4-heers for the Oaken Amee ami Gov
ernor Page. Among the visitors was S.
W. leister, Esq., Knowlton, who ar-riv-l
by special train from Montreal."
Tin: Democrats and Conservatives 'of
Lamoille County,hold their Convention
:it Hyde Park on the 21st inst.
r-ivmtsiTY of Vkmoxt. Tho next
Freshmen Cluss of the University of
Vermont will number about twenty
five. POSTMASTKK AT ROUSH'3 POINT.
Thomas II. Slingby has been re-appointed
Postmaster at Rouse's Point.
Scicidi: ok C. II. FAltXSWOKTlI.
Chas. H. Farnsworth, formerly Princi
pal of the Commercial College at Pitts
burgh, hung himself in the woods near
Brattleboro, Sunday, ire leaves a fami
ly in Lowell.
Families StU'i'LiED. In an adver
tisement in the Burlington Times an
nouncing a Pic-Kic excursion on the
Lake to-morrow, we read " Children
half price, to be had on the boat."
The estate of the late Gen. Issac Mc
Daniels of Rutland is estimated by some
as high as a Million dollars.
Ai-mniGir. The following are the
delegates and alternates from Alburgh
to the Stowe Convention : Delegates
B. W. Reynolds, Jed P. Ladd ; Substi
tutes L. Sowles, F. G. Kinsley.
Butleu Fon CoxaitKSS. Gen. But
ler has written a letter, announcing
himself a Candidate for re-election to
Dividend Declaked. The Connec
ticut and Passumpsic It. R- Company
has declared another semi-annual divi
dend of three per cent., payable now.
Xoiimax Davis, of Hinesburgh, in
dicted for mall robbery, pleaded guilty
on Thursday morning, and is in con
finement awaiting sentence.
Suicide. James Clifford, a black
smith in the employ of the Eagle State
Company at Hydeville, threw himself
from the rocks above into the quarry,
and was instantly killed.
New Churches in Vekgexxes. Tho
FerMiom'cr says it is rumored that estim
ates arc being made for the building of
a Baptist Church in Vergcnnes, at a
cost of from $0000 to $S0OO.
It is also contemplated to erect a new
Catholic Church. Contributions are al
ready being made for that purpose.
Clemexcy. General Grant has re
commended the remission of the remain
der of tlie sentences and the release from
commission, organized under the rccon
struction acts of Congress in the States
in which said acts have ceased to be
operative. This announcement is pub
lished by the opposition papers without
a word of comm endation. Perhaps they
are disappointed by it, and lose capital.
From tho Daily Teaxsckiit August 11 .
la,t ,.vonilM, !nl uUor,tmf Wtur.. ,.
the "Stone Kingdom," of Dan. ir, ;54,
33, 44, -15. We think a few of the leail
ing points presented, will interest those
of our readeis whoweie unable to attend.
After a brief review of Nebuchadnez
zar's dream and Daniel's interpretation
of the same, the Dr. showed that the uIo him and promisinga more lengthy
"image here spoken of, the beasts of Mnws at home other time. Thepeo
Dan. vii, and the kings speciallv men- ! Plu t,ic" invited into his house
tioned in Dan. vm, mean the same j whcre !l Rcneral hearty hands shaking
powers, theour universal kingdoms to tok Pee-
bear rule over the earth. That these
have had their day, and have all passed
away but the divided state of the fourth
kingdom. He claimed that the same
law of interpretation should be applie4l
to the fifth universal kingdom a- to the
others, which- would make it a literal,
civil govornment. He considered brief
ly the two forms of government known
to the world, the despotic and the de
mocratic, and the antagonism existing
between them. The " image " teen by
Nebuchadnezzar symbolized despotic j
governments,' the " stone cutout of the
mountain without hands," a democratic ;
government. He gave his reasonx at j
some lengtir why this could not mean !
ChriHliantty, the Chureli, or Christ, as
, I ... ' '
tr. wuiw 1114 i ilUlllt
The lending purpose of the lecture was
to sjiow that this prophecy f Daniel has
its fulfilment in the establishment 4fa
republican form of government on this
Wlt 4 IvXklli oil. I In na. i.i.rm. !il. i..ntl...l
v ...... ,,...1, j, ..j, u.Buiiiu? minimi
of C4inputati4tu the prophet ii- period- if
Daniel anil Revelation were hhou n to
exti-nd to 1770. He spokeof the cheum
Mances under which our mivernmeiit
wa- i tablished as proving ilivine care
and protection. He Miiil that the .-niit-ing
procos would go on till the tlc-.pwtie
governments 4jf the earth bei'ame " liki-tli4-
chall" of tin- umiii -r thre-himr-floors."
ami "iemoeraey " would be the
government of the whole earth. The
governmi'uts of K ir pe will have no
part in this matter because they are tin-flivi-inns
4if the fourth kingdom. He
r-lMilu' of the jKipular iii4veinents in Eng
land as showing a leaning toward de
mocracy, and that tin old world uu
lipc for it- entablishmeiii.
Thi- .kctdi gives but a faint idea of
of this able lecture. Tin- theory a-novi-l,
ingeniou anil well argueil. The
audience generally were well plca.-cd,
but tho-e who have adopted William
Miller's views of this Mibjeet would fail
to concur. J
TJir Slim' Question.
(iKOKUIA, Alii!. lt,
EiutuksVt. Than-h uht:
1 have long favoretl the plan 4f vidun- I
tcer -amlhlatcn for public olllccs ami I ,
have ofti-n thought if I had an earnest
apir .tim for ollicc that I would intro- !
4uce the fashion of asking tin- sitjij-oit
oftho-e voters who were agneil wiihnu
in jiolitical sentiment, but 1 shouhl j
hardly expect the support of per-ons 1
another jKilitii-nl faith.
The V4)luntcer candidate for Sheriff"
haniany personal fiiends iu thi town, '
who have cheerfully supported him in
the pant, endorsed as he was by the Re- I
publioam con' cntion, who cannot now I
see their way clear to bolt a icgulur
nomination in favor of their best friend ;
witlKuitKoiuuasMurance that he is iilen- ,
tifh-d with them in the support of Re- 1
Shouhl Mr. Soule see lit to clearly dc- I
line his position on tin- great issues of ,
the day T have no doubt that it would !
materially improve his chanci for re- J
O. S. lil.lss. !
Swanton. Aug. lo, lsiw.
Editors Tkaxsckut :
Why does not Mr. Soule, who an
nounces himself a candidate for Sheriff,
answer thoqucstions propounded tohim
by one of your correspondents'.' I have
been quite friendly to his re-election,
thinking that tho Sheldon convention
did not deal fairly by him ; but if he has
been seeking the nomination at the
hands of the Democrats, or in any way
identified with that party, I, with others
of his friends, must vote against him
Let him define his position, as long as
there is so much doubt about it.
A Change. The Washington Even-
itif BrpreM, a readable and ably con
ducted Democratic pajier, has recently
changed owneis, and is now conducted
by the Messrs. Hoover, to whom Owen
Thorn & Co. have soltl. It will continue
to sustain the nominations of the De
mouracy, and to "advocate the suprema
cy of the white nice, while insisting up
on protection, freedom, and, above all
justice to all other races." It will also
vimlidatc the present able, fearless, and
patriotic President of the United States
in his efforts to bring back the Southern
States into the Union with all their dig
nity and equality of rights unimpaired."
So says the salutatory of the new pro
prietors, In circulation the Express
leads the press in Washington
Vote foe President. A vote of the
legal voters from five States was taken
by visitors at Highgate Springs, on the
4th inst., for President, with the follow
ing result: Grant and ijolfax, 22 ; Sey
mour and Blair, 3. On the 5th inst., the
ladies from six States took "a vote with
the following result: Grant and Colfax
32; Seymour and Blair 2.
U. S. District Court. Wc learn
from the Chronicle that Catherine Web
ster was brought before the District
Court at Windsor on AVednesday morn
ing last, and pleaded guilty to an in
dictment for smuggling. She was fined
$200 and released on her own recog
nisance. This lady will be remembered
as the last one of three who were ar
rested here about six weeks ago for
smuggling silks from Canada, and
since which time she hasremaincdwitln
Sheriff Soule in durance vile.
The Marsh Professorship. The
corpoiation of the University of Ver
mont have elected Rev. Henry H. P.
Torrey, of Vergcnnes, to the Marsh Pro
fessorship of Intellectual and Moral
Philosophy, left vacant by the death of
Professor Joseph Torrey. Mr. Torrey is
a graduate of the Class of 1858, and is
said to be a young man of fine scholar
ship and high culture, especially in the
line of philosophical studies.
Last week tlie Montpelier Argus
had the name of Mr. H. H. Sessions on
its "black list." Wc throught at the
time there must be some mistake about
it as Mr. Sessions is a gentleman who is
notapt to forgettheprinter. ThelrHS
of thia week says it was an error in so j
placing his name, as Mr. Sessions has
paid the money duo it to another person
who, he supposed, had forwarded itjto
the Argut office.
Mil. W l LIQUID'S ItECElTIOSf. On
his return from the Rutland Convention
Friday night, lbm. Charles W. AVillard
tin.- i,,r.H i,v ..
hci Junction b a
heers of the Grant
was met at Montpe
delegation of the officers
and Colfax Club of Montpelier, and by
them escorted to his home t hrough streets
crowded with people and brilliantly il
luminated with rockets and blazing tar
barrels. He was s-oon after serenaded
by the Montpelier Brass Baud, when he
made some appropriate remarks, return
ing his thanks for the honor conferred
Oklkaxs County IIousks. Win.
Pitcher, of Albany, about two weeks ago
sold a live years old to Win. K. Wallace
of Newbury, for $700, and another 4f the
same age h Atwood, of Mass., for $575.
Tii4).m QnamoNs Acjain. At the
request of a correspondent we again
publish the ipie.-tions propounded last
week to Mr. S4ule, the independent
candidate for Sheriff. We would, at the
same time, answer a question of our
correspondent by stating that we do not
know whether Mr. Smile intends to an
swer the questions or not ; but we judge
by his long hesitation that he fears an
answer either way will compromise him
i T . , 11 -hi
In this, however, we mav possiblv lie
The following are the question- here
t4)f4rc imblished :
1st. Is Mr. Soule a Republican docs
1ir kjtiorwirt tint rri i t-lilrtli
actuated congness as against the policy
of the Pre-iilent ? Ts he for Grant and
Colfax, or Seymour ami Blair?
2d. Han he endeavored totrade with a
man who i- prominent!;, tulkid of as
a candidal!' 1 the Democratic party, by
endeavoring to have him pletlgi- hinwlf
t4 resign in Soule'- favor?
:fd. Ha he t4M Democrats th.it he
was as much of a Democrat aj a Ucpiili-lii-an
4th. Has be r-o!i( itct! the Democratic
vote liy promisi ot olhi r favor? i
"i. Is lie eoiiil.in. il with nialeontenib ,
to -ceure the e!eclif 4if :l Democrat ic
Senaf or '.'
Uie ail-Wer these Uoi
ami il lit .lie-ji.n iy ,,n tin-Democrat
ic o!e 1. ' linn milioiinc if. if he dm -let
him retire to the sbeltering wini: of
Democracy mid rely ujwm it. Let him
ehoo-e tin- day whom lie wilNerve.
A Iti.rcni.i4 vn.
(Jul column-, of co'ir-i-, are open to
Mr. Soule for a reply : as we wish to
ileal ireliclo j-h with all.
Orfmiizntmil o'tic Lit moillr
h o It. .'. f o.
At a meeting of the friends ami stock
holders of the Lamoille Valley, It. R.
.'o., lioiden at Hyde Park on the 7th
inst., the following Director-were elect
ed : L. M. Knight, Waldo Brigham,
Geo. W. Hende4- and Olilt Abell, La
moilh Co. ; A. B. Jewett. ). S. Rixfonl.
D. D. Wead. and It. S. lb-rid, Franklin
Co. : Franklin Fairbanks, J. I). 1511
ami J. H. George. Caledona Co.
At a ne eiing of tia B-Jrcetors, Hon.
Waldo Brigham was elected President;
1). D. ad, Treasurer; J. Jf. George,
Clerk; i.io. ". Hindee, A. B. Jewett
Franklin Fairbanks and L. M. Knight;
Executi i- ( 'ommittei-.
The nn 4-tmg va.- well atti-mh-d by the
citizens 4if l'ranklin County, among
whom an- noticed Col. Renton, Hon.
Jasper Rand, St. Albans; Dr. G. M.
Hall, Bryant Hall ami Mom s Cathn :
iswantoit ; f. s. Jeunison anil J. B.
Cro, Ilitbirute ; Ju1k Saie, Alfred
Keith ami F. M. Mar-h. Shehlon ; J. M.
Pomeroy and Jos. Xorthrup, X. W. Idi
am. Fairfield ; I. F. Dean, M. R. Tyler
andG. Start, Bakerslleld.
The nii-eti'iir was harmonious ami
much enthusiasm prevaihd. One mil
lion and e i-iity-t'ne thousand ilollur-
$1,070,001 1, ( hi h;u Ii4 ( l: subscribed to the
Capital Stock of this i-nt4rprie in Ver
mont, ami its friends are eonlblent that
the Ho;id will t-e luiilt at an i-arly day.
City Vs Ch xi. .v match ganu- f
base-ball was pla4ti on Tue-day. in
Sheldon, between thi' city boanh-rs,
under the sty le of the "Mbvsisipioi Club,"'
and a remnant 4f the "late" Sheldon
B. B. C , wbh'h resiiltcil in a victory for
the latter. The following i the scon-:
. it. 4.n.
Brown 1 b.
Saxe '1 h.
Tnuleau 3 h.
Weeil r. f.
Smalley c. f.
Hawluy 1. f.
:i 2 ; Miuth i .! o
o 4 I Shepherd p. 2 0
2 2 Lew f. n., p. 2 1
4 111 ngniham 2 b. 2 1
2 3 I Shcnherd.b.f.0
I'otwin 1. f.
Huns each Inniti'.-.
2 :? 4 5
2 0 11 721
1 7 1 0 11)
W. II. Borroiitrlw, of
Scorers Sheldon, Marvin; Missisijuoi,
Fly Catches Shehlon 0 ; Missisqtiui 0.
Home Huns ; Weatl of Sheldon, made 2.
Time of game 2 hours.
TJLYSSES S. GRANT,
I-'OU VICE PltKSIDKXT,
JOEK B PAGE,
FOlt IilEUT. OOVEItN'Olt:
of "West Fairlee.
FOlt TKEASUBEIl :
JOHN A. PAGE,
FOB ELECTORS AT IjAKGE:
GEO. W. GR,V1TDKY, of Vergcnnes,
JI. FAIRBANKS, of St. Johnsbury.
WORTHINGTON" C. SMITH,
of St. Albaiifc.
Jlepuhlicati County dominations.
of St. Albans,
, H E N R Y A . BURT,
WILLIAM R. HUTCHINSON,
FOR ASSISTANT JUDGES :
WALTER C . STEVENS,
JOHNK. W H I T N R Y ,
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE :
MYR01N W. BAILEY,
of St. Alban?.
for state's attorney :
of St. Albans.
JAMES P. PLACE,
FOB IHOH BAILIFF :
JULIUS H AL BERT,
of I ftlrfax.
Bank Robueuy in Bknninoton. '
The First National Bank at East Ben -
. ; .v ..4 i- i. i . rt r- :
: President, was robbed on Saturday night
, of ,K)IuI;. 'and moncv to .m inii;nown
i iUnoimt. The plunder was contained
in one of Lillie's safes, the lock of which
was picked-showing the hand of a skil -
ful and dangerous cracksman.
crator left not a scratch or mark upon
the exterior of the safe, simply remov
ing the dial 4f the lock.
The robbery was iliscovercd Sunday
afternoon by Mr. (J raves. Upon open
ing the exterior door of the sate hi 4lis
coveicd that all the bonds ami securities
depositetl by individuals with the bank
f4r safe keeping, had been extracted,
the amount of which is not known. It
is probable the amount of mom'v stolen
will not exceed $15,00.), as the bank ilbl
not usually have a large sum on haml,
but kept its reserve funds on dejiosit in
Troy and New York. The individual
losses must be heavv.
For tli f Vermont 7.'-i '.
I) Ii. 1 Til OF II O .V. TII.II H i: t
Third District Convention,
RE-NOMINATION OF Mlt SMITH.
suui , Aiv. I
'1 he Third Coiire---inn,il Di-triei ( ' m
clltioii nu t at 11 o'clock, and 1 bui. Rti --ell
S. Taft, of ISurhngtoti. v a- eho-. n
Presidi iit. Hon. W'or!hint4n I . smi h.
of s-t. Albans, as unaniino.i-iy r. -in u.i i
liated for t oinrri' , li l.i;,i;J.'Ui.
Hon. (borm- Wilkin-, m ,-;ov i u
iioini iiatcd ior Elei-tor on tl.c ;i. ! oal-i-.t,
and tlu-nomination . a n - ."it unan.-nmi;-.
WASlIIMiloN, Aul'. 1.'.
Hon. Thail. Stevens ilii-d a' o'elociv
la-! night at hi- re-ideiie. intlu-ii;.
Simon Stc. in-, Thadili-us -tt oii-. jr.,
a nephi a and hi- ho.i-t k-' r Mr.
i-mitn were at hi- l.ed-idi-, i. li Nl r .
Palti-rson. i! l!u Interior d parti. n ut,
thi--erv.ffit.-of hi- hoii-chold and otic
He jKiaseil away, 4-amly and iiiietly.
Hi- death ha- been lookcil tor at any
time sinees-uuday. i'ucd.i herimark-i-il
that he wa- rapidly -ml.imr. I nc
ealnilie-s and clu i-rtuim i iI in . d bv
him -o loim as -pi eeb w a- K f t him, up
to four yesterday, wa- n marked b. all.
He expressed a strong ue.-ire on Moieiay
thai the Pres't. ini.uh: al.-i..in t'.m.
lui-a-uri tf a character calctil.it- ' i i
ttirh the inihlic tnui-iiiiht y.
Ni.w Yii;k, Ai.pf.
Tlii' Lou.smIU- Oiuru r h.i.- r.
for '.! counties ; it- tisrurcs -Ihai a
of li."7t;i Jieiuiieratic vdes ai r ia-t
Htcvenson'.s niajonty will t.-v:
reach ninety thou.-aiul.
(Jolil opened litii, now ulmut ti . -
el ; 1 solution "i t. !'." '.
- ap; .'i .- i !,. I.. ..ui ii t.. w . ...' . I
u.i strtairtt.-vijoi ai.l ii. w . . : .
ll tin -.housaii'i nh" iii-.ii!!it. i, ti .
pips. a. Ij. hihti, l'l-iuale Wiaki a.
it t. -t tt.. i u t i. - 1 tie I' ' . . . -
i . . ' t ... ll! ', l,..t el.i .i-t t i
i . . "1.. i p.. .4. a.l ilea In. i . ! i . s
fi i ;i'er iT'i-s. -'all ' -ie ..1 - .
x . ...1 In . .. . ll.il. .'..-. m ; .
..1 Distinyuishrd JurUt writ- to n jr,
I iu- t! i. i th. ! 'i in' in '- i ii, .
suit ful.v ustalu j iir pre h. i. 1; ! i
ajm w ni.u. of ri. . "iiifiisi d -ut . -'-ii
ii; 'i- ai.d i :i. n;i I nn i. ! . , ' '
and ih-l ilitati il. as aluu i..ul:'-t - n..
-lioii.r. In ai lit r, am! i it h ln-r. ,
i ;l ! UMi' i! (tli 1 !i N - i il. 'h i i . i '
'iiiiing the la-; In. nais.
Tli'iHZ'ltttlM hort t i thru '.
.' i ' tit 'I ;f J ifin . . .
.' . .sri.ie, i.''-'iy, '"'t'i'.t '.'' i' ' '
0, ni'i'O .im..' r i.wt(' l.i - I i
I lie eeimiih ha- '1' i.i .ii.::;.
A i -1
i . .
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in I - :
Sol-1 bv .ill lnua
The Itev. Givrge .Storrs. ut !!: ...n. V .
6ay in Uh- Ilible Kianniier. bv a ot .u :
fitf publiahiufi a medieal certid.-ate in hi- m .
Euro, of th.- cure of his only son. of Si '.'1'm.i,
"after ilitjcolution apis-ared uievital.l. . '
publish this stateuietit, not for pay. but m trr iti
tnde to Ot' who bus acer4-il jirai.r. and .n
juatice t4) D '. Anders: K-itif; salir-n. .1 itmi lh. m
is virtue in ihe tudio. Water triatuu t.t. -.in. h
the readers of thin Magazine will thank it- Kdi
tor for brtngiug to their notice. Circul irs !n .
Dr. II. Anders' Iodine Water is for uie h .1 1'.
Dinsmoiv, Proprietor. .Ifi De St.. X v ., anil b;
all Dnigists. 2"2Mvv
Manhood: How Lost, How Restored.
, .1 Just published, a new ediiion of Br. C nl-Vvci-Nell
Celelirateil K4.ny on the
ESiiiSi radical ctire (without uu-dieine.) of Spku
MA;oiiiinEA, or Seminal Wi akness, Involuiitary
Seminal Losses, Iupotesct. also, ( ossi mition,
KriLEi-sT, and Frrs, iudnccd by self-indulgence
or senal extravajranee .
scerVriee in a sealed envelop, only fi cents.
The celebrated author in this admirable essay
clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' i-itr-ccbsfiil
praetusa, that the alarming consequences
of self-abus tnav be radically cured witunt tae
dangeroiiB use of interna! medicine or the appli
cation of a knife ; pointiiift out a moile of inn at
once simple, certain and effectual, by mean-of
which every sufferer, no matter what his eotiili
tion mav be, may cure himself cheaply, privately,
OirTliitt lecture should be in the hands of en ry
vouth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, poslail, on receipt of lis cents, or to
post stamps. Also, Dr. Culveiw-ll's " llarri.i,''
Guide," price 25 cents. Address the Publish
ers, CHAS. J. C. KLINE A CO.,
1-47 UowrryXi'W- Yorlf.Vost Office ltox i,"-l.
The Great New England Remedy!
Dlt. J. AV. POLAND'S
WHITE PINE 00MP0OTD
Cures sore throat, rolds, coiifjlis, dijitlieria,
bronchitis, spittng 4f blood, and pulniouery af
fections gcnerylly. It is a remarkable remedy
for kidney complaints. This remedy is free
from anytfiing deleterious, pleasant to the taste,
safe, yet sure and effective in its action.
Female Strengthening Cordial.
.1 Specific lumedyfor lite l)iea$e$ of the fen-..-iluclire
It imparts tone and vigor to tho Uterus, and
gives rencwei! vitality to the whole system. All
cases of Debility peculiar to Females will find a
sovengn rcmo4iy in tins compounu.
Prepared at the Now England Dotanii- Dep.,;,
OEO. V. SWETT, M.D., Proprietor.
0m dollar per bottle. Five dollars for six
DIl. FRED'K MORICILL, Physician anil Sur
geon, gives exclusiive attention to Diseaees
of women. He has made 4liseases 4f woman his
ptudy for the paht twenty years. His practice
has been ve.-y extensive both in Hospital and in
private practice. His reputation has vouchers
in all the city papers, Ids patients, and the medi
cal profession, both here and abroad, as being
the most skillful specialist In re, and a thorough
master of all sexual diseases.
Dr. Padelford is admitted by the best medical
talent of the country to have no cijual in the
treatment of Female Complaints; atiilit is no un
usual occurrence for physicians in regular prac
tice to recommend patients to him for treatment
when afflicted with diseases in his speciality.
Ladies will receive the moat scientific atten
tion, both medically and surgically, witli pnvait'
. , : ...
i1 ,,1 enamhrMiSrialfee.willbean8werod
bv return mail ' I
Sredicines sent to all parts of the country. ;
- Office, No. 48 H0WABD STREET,- '
2U-ls Boston. Mass.
apartments ilunng sickdcss, aim iui mu aim ..v-- ""s," v -V n-r.T r'
experienced nurses, if they wish. I I'nnted at St. Albans, it. said Diatnct. Flu-re-
The poor advised free of charge. Physicians ; tore, yon inro hereby nntified to appear at the
or i,H57 wi.hiii!r his oninion or attvice. bv let- ! Probate Court Looms, in St. Albans, on thc day
. Ts ankri;atcy.-In
! i J'V United statt. i
u"",t-1,1 the "lslteruf
the District C4Mirt of
fur tlu District of Ver-
; J. H. STUFFLEBEAN.
l IUll!:rimK v,ltil.R Js ,,.., u,tttti.
; nou nas been tilet in ai4l Court. bjJ. II. Stnffle-
bui-.u of Sheldon, in said District, 4lnly declared
uitatipt under the Ajt of Con-rtti of March
Hli7, ftir a discharge aud ccrtiduate thereof,
, 2. 1st;
! fri'in all his dcbt and other claim jirovable un-
der Maid Act.and that the hdayorevt. 186at
I 10 o'clock a.m., before the Hon. D. A. Smalk-y,
! Judge of said Court, at hie Chambers in the
City of linriin j-: on, iA assigDed f4r flic liiann
i of tin Maine, when and wUjt' all ei-i-iht.rM ii
hj.t- H .l ttii-ir detitw aud other persons lit
i iiitirot, lnay attnd imd slimv i-aasc, if any
ttu-j have, f. tlie prayer of j-aid petition should
no I ! I'lUltl'U.
Datid at linrlingtnn, on the 8th dav of August
A. 0. tsiy.
(-A) D. 11. SJUbLEV, Clerk
I - UA.NKItUlTCY. In tin-DikIi ..t (".nl
( o.ii i of
I. the Uli
for tin' Dintrirt i
in tin- matti-r of
Joseph H. Crosby. ,
iiaakrtipt -X4ice ia heretiv gien that a jn- ;
iili m liaH Ih-cii hied in caid C.mit. ly Joat-pli .
11 ( nisbyof St. Albany in sai.l Distuet, duC-.!-'.-iai(til
n liaiikinpt uml-r ih Act if Curires I
f M av'n U, lM'ii. lor a !..-. Iijik1 and c-eruai-alc
t ii i" nf. i.tiiii a.l hi-. Ii-!its a.M iiilt -r el:-::!i-4
r ...ii, lai-l.-r sji.l A t, a-ui s l.t :l.c -th ii.iv I
-f si pi. mSicr ina at III nVluek A. M. ..i tm'.
l In- tin D. A. Smalli-y, .finite ot saul 4. curt, it i
i i liainlieis hi tUe (. it ut ttur.iujftmi. is ac--:iii
il ;..i tiie henriu' of the siiiue, Wlu-n and !
l-tt ill i-rt-thturx .ill i liHAe pr.neil thi-ir Ji Us.
.,.i.n,.c. iiawnit iu uu.-r4'at. m iv atu-im ami
ii can-., it am the han-, why the tn-a.-r
I -..u.i n -ltion shoiiIJ not be granted.
1 In - mil and third mtetirieH of creditor
-.nl In- held at tho same time and jilac-.
I'.itid.u i'.i!rini;;ton. on tin-th ilav ot Vi,
l-S U. . SJtALLEY, 1 I. i k
N BANKRUPTCY.- In the itriet t ourt f..i
1 nf t'K L luted States, for the lHrttri.1 of .r-
ei I. I' ; lit l.iattn of
JOHN C. McGOWAN, Jr.
. -N tlie irihenbr given that a s ti
iioii ha- h.-i-u tiled in H.nJ 4 o:ut, by John 4 .
M ' ") a a, jr , of Kichford, ai aaid Dwtnit. duly
i i .ir d a bankrupt muter the Aet of in;re!)"
if llart-h 2, 1H67, for a duv-harge and certin.-atc
' .'i.iiii all bis 4leht and ot.ir i-lanns
,i ci. ind'-r said Ait. and that on the Kth
' s. ,l.,- iHijs, at ltl o"cl 1. V.M., b f .re
.! . !' V. jja.alley, Juh:-1 J -aid Court, at
- Mi' in the City oi liuiMiiiiton, w as
- : i : : i!. heantii; of the same, whi-a and
.. -ii - i- niio I ai i' ;miv i .I ih. ir d Ins,
ill i - 'is ii- iut ii -r. eiay attiuland
- ..- '.'.in. tht-y haii-, ih tl. ji.uonf
. , :. . - .-' .Id not l- u'rant! d.
ti n on tie- siii , i .. a.uu-i
ii. ii. sii.ii. i.:,i. i
i-i I.. .
Ia the l'i-tn. i
, t ! till lllntl ..'
ROYAL B. KENNERSON.
herein (.'!. :i tn.it a p.-ri-i
!. I it. said 4 oilli by it...ul 15.
s.. A!'. a, is in raid ili.-trict, iluh
i ' 'i a .;.t under the act of Congrm
- i- 7 1 i hii-hir .ui-1 certi;ii-ite
f . i I i- ilehts an i othi r .-.amis
. 1 - i. i A. . . au.l tliat ...I the- sih dav
i.i I".' I to' i i.d A M.. lit-toi-e tlu
' ' -I. ... J. 1'e of ! (. uurt, at las
'" 1 '! Kuriintou, ut assigned
' .i .- ..r tic -am.-, whin and whcie all
- ' n ii- . j mted their Uiht?, and
; : .a- .,i n.t. : -t' may attend and -how
: ; hi.. wh the pray. r nf said
i. -nn... ! ii 'I pi-ant4.il.
! a: t'.uiinur -i . ..i the Sch day of Au'tint
i; Ii. SKALLEY. t !
'IN BAN.Kl.t'l'II 'i District of Vermont. -1
i.. ... .hi-?!,, i I i-sigiife of the -Ut- of
: , ii - a t . . :t it lie will mil at pu'uiic
i 'i i ' ti V-i. .i .in House in St. Albaua on
" -'t . . . . ! A .,.-!, 1S03 at M o'ehi-i. m the
- - . .- .Rle Wagon, 1 Sulk, y, 1
' 'i. . . , i 1 - . .larness. 1 1'aa- tiutiaio
- 'i. i i 1 f Patent right for Taper
'- !' - - -. : , ...-nt beanui; date Ma. eh
ty or traukliu. State of
i. , .1
.ted Manh '27tli li'iy).
-HKK.MAN. A a;ii. e.
V i,ll-' .
ii.r i. .
ii... .-i.. i ,
- i -tat' ' !
i of 4
'iiy-iouitn ii i ot Juiy,
ight hundred and sixtv-
iiaa ki iij t. v na u-sued
: i i. i.i i ouiity of rraiiklm, aud
vii::, ..,i :.o has been adjiid'i-d a
.. ei- nii petuioa: that tlie Pay-
1 1 . :-. ,m.i Ueliitry of any lropertj
., . -ui :i haiikrup:, to ana, or tor his
it... .Ian-: rid any rmpeity h Ui.n,
) l l. n In l.a : that a lleitiiig of tue
- i -a ii it mkrupi. to pieTt tht i. dibts.
. . -f ..f r muse A-sirneea M hi
...i . .i.io . a yiiiin ot llaiikr.iptiv,
i i. .1 li. ol!le of W. I). Crai.e. ill
: i:. tin 4 ouiity ot Oih an?, aud Mate ot
-- ' . J- .. i i' S.ut.e. heister, on the
t s p' i.iU-r. A. D. 4.1m- tliousan.l
. .. .. ai.i. - '.ty leht, Ut Tell o I'lot K
N. 1!. 1LANAO-VN.
, . n. .l.i.-.-im, us .(rs. njt r.
... i ' etur or THr L'MTEl) rfT4TES
i i i . -i i ,i r ok i uiiosr Intheniat-
.. i lied, l;i...iut To honi it
t .. .mdt i -l'i.eu i.'-it U j..'.isuo
- a) ,. uittncut a.- amiiii e of Williau.
. : -i. ;.'0, inth. t ouuti of 1'ranfehii.
i r . 'i . oat. Mithin said Dit-ti let, yi'uo
. .ljiu!'. it a bankrupt upon hi.- own
i !.- I 'istnet Court ef -.aid District
K. It. SHKKMAN, V-sijsi....
I I- t L.UMAX I.-. - ih. following
i.i- . ruptriy ;ir- m ltd h Utin e.s ot
i i l . Munition ot the lieM-niie Laws
t'n i i. I -tates. to wit :
.. - in in ii ;., J.', July, Win. l lnay Horse,
At I ' t i" r. 1 ' Au. 1 iirottn Han , 1 Harne-s.
1 ' '. I'i .! .us Whiski-.
Ai. j l- . or js-rseiis eiaiiinuj,- tht pioperty
- -. i. i .. iit-i.-b untitled to appear nithiii
: '.i ' fioiii the nrt publication here, t
... i 1... uiihthe Collector ol 4 i.-fom- for the
1 .-ti.i ot . nuoui. a cl.ii.n sl.itmn hit. or h. r
.nt. ii -t .-. iue proponi m ied : a.i-.. to i-teute
a. ....it- ih. Liutt ii Matt i. in .ueorilaii. i w ith
;ti pi ... .-..is of tht Uth -.p.. A-'t IS.Iuiy. ls.a;.
Sck u k ok s i ..
Li.'Hi thi provisionb of t.e ljth See. of the
aforesaid act tin proieity alio . apei-itied. st-ied
... rietc.-ier, August 10, IS..S, '.iilloe sold at puh-1k-
auction at tin Hsloiu House llarlingtuii. Vt ,
ou 'Aedne-d. i 2tith August' S:W, at 11 o'clock
4 u.-t. ..'i ilon-.iH i'l-tiii-f o iruioiit Coliei tor's
OllH-e. Hiuii.ii.'ou. Aiimi-i 12. IhliW.
Irt-Al. J. STANXAKU.
2'2!l-3.4 (. , hi .-tor of Customs.
Joseph N. Learned's Estate.
State of Vermont,
District of Franklin, ss. (
At a Probate Court holdeii at the Probate
Uibiv in St. Aibami, within and for the D strict
if Franklin, ou the 5tU dav of Angnsi, A. U.
Iresfcut, JIYltON W. BAILEY, Judge.
An instrument, purporting to bo the last Wi'.l
ami Testament of Joseph N. Ieanied. late ..:
Fairfax, in said district, ileceaseil, being pres. n
te4l here by William P. Learned, of Fairfax, one
of tho Executors therein named, for I'robate,
it is ortlen! bv saiil I'robate (Jourt that all per
sons concerned therein be notiiletl to appear at
a session of said court to be hoiden at the I'ro
bate Office in Ht. Albans, iu said district, ou the
)tU day of August, A. D. 1888, at one o'clock
in the a'fternoon, and show cause, if any they
have, against the probate of said "Willfor
which purjwec it is further ordi ied, that a copy
of thu recoixl be piiblislietl three weeks succes
sively in the 'Vermont Tbasscbipt a weekly
newspaper printed at St. Albans, in this State,
as soon as may be, the last of which publication
tc bo prior to said 25)th ilay 4f Angust, A. D.
irVRON W. BAILEY, Judge.
"Vf OTICE TO CL.VIjIAXTS AND OF SALE.
i. l The following 4lescribe4l projwrty was seuetl
bv officers of the Ciibtoms for tho violation of
tfie Ilcvcime Laws of the Unitetl States, to wit :
At St. Albans, 15th Jnly, li&i. !)1 dozen eggs,
52 bottles 78 lbs Oil of Cloves.
At Berkshire, 2-tnl Julv, 1863. One Bay Hare,
one Sleigh, one Buffalo Skin.
Any person or persons claiming the projierty
so seueil are hereby notiiletl to appear within
twenty days from tho first publication
hereof, and tile with tlie collector or utistoms.
for the District of Vermont, a claim, stating his
or her interest in the property so seiztil, ali-o to
execute a bond to the United States, in accoril-
ance with the provisions of the I-J Sec . Act IH.
Lnder the prui minus 4f the !6 Sfcv. of the
aforesaid Act, the above describtil property,
t?eue4l at Berkehire, will be t-oM at the Custom
House, West Berkshire, Yt., on Saturdav, 15th
August, IR?, at 11 o'clock, a.m.
OEO. .T. STANNABD,
Collect4ir of Customs
Custom House, District of Vermont, Colli e
tor'a Office, Burlington, 1th Augnst, lfifiS.
Thomas Cowley's Estate.
State of Vermont, )
District of Franklin ss. f
Tlie Honorable the Probate Conrt for the Dis
trict of Franklin.
To all interestetl in the estate of Thomas
Cowlev, lato of Highgate, in said District, de
ceased, (irecting. Whereas, said Court hath
assigned the 15th ilay of August next, for the
settlement of the administration account of
Warren Itobinson, ailministrator of the estate of
Thomas Cowley, deceased, and or.lcred that pub
lic notice thereof bo given to all persons inter
ested, in said estate, of the day assigned for I
such settlement, bv publishing this order three
, -- i - ... . 1
as-jignetl. then aim thereto contest the allow
anco of saw accouiit, jfjout.ee caiiie. -i
, Given under my hand, at St. Albans, this 27th
day of July, AJ. l&A .TTPV - ,,
3 Mi BOA W. BAILE1, Judge.
I I wDol' ii i,loM.civ..l V in llil VprtnlHil Tmrumnl
State of Vurmont, i
District of Franklin, i
'fiio HVn. the Probato Court for the Distriet
To all pi-rootis interesttMl in the Estate of Char
lotto 31. 1-nrniort. of Georgia in rtaiil Distriiit,
Greutii,, Wherea application in writing lias
been maile to this Conrt by John Ci. I'lirraoirt;
gtiardwii of said wartl, fnrl!0eue to oll alt the
n-al tUl ofhi asiil wan, ami setting 4rtlt
that tb' l liarlotteM. I'nriuurt is int-ivstl
i ami ow ,1 .vrtaiu r--ai Iistatt In the town of
(it-oririn hi tliirt Stat anil that it would Im- cou-
(lui iiu t.i tho interest nf saiil ward that the name
li s'tlil al tlii pnKycib therivjfiMit at iiiti-rest
or imep'oil in ntoeka or iitlier ni estate. Anil
tlii-refii: hiiiJ Court appoints aim a-siiois tit-SOthila-
of Ansust, A.I). 1SS8, at tl Irolt
i nire. . St. Aibans to hoar ami (leeiik- npnu
mh-Ii ai' Ui-ittiii auil that (inUic notice thi-reof
h- ixtvt to all -ron3 interested therc-in hr
p iiiiisln tliirt uriler thiee mei-ks miecenivelv
iu the Y-:km-it TiiAXSi-itirr, a newttpaper that
i-iretiiat s lit the ucihlxirhixxl of the pt-rtums
H.terest 1 tht-rin alt of which pabhratinnn nhallt
erevion i.) the time apoiiiiel for the hearinx
fherefi. vou are hereby notitlnl t4 a ..pear !-
fore i-a. . Ci urtat tlu- tune ami place afitresaiil. i
tiit-u an . tin-re to object to the grAiitin nf t-ui-'u '
ho' ii!4, yoa 4-e eanso.
4ineii .niier my hauil nl the -nil of the I't.- 1
hate 4'i.r.rt t St. "Albans this 12th ilav of August ,
l A. I).. 1 U.S. ' j
' SiSKliv MYKUN V. 15AILK. Ju-li;
Stat.- i f-nnont.
District ifl'raklin. x i
Th.- F. .ii. The ,T..!.at- C.tnrt f4ir the Di-tru-t
of F- lii.khn.
To al p -rijoiis Hit'-re.stt-d m the K--tat.- of
Itansiim rloliuew, Emilia V. lluiuies and ertila
H'iIur- if FairSctl. (inetm.
W'nert- -i. application in writing lias hi -n made
to this 4 .art by AlfreilSturtevant. tinardian of
san I wai i.i for license to sell all the real estate
I of his sa i uards. and getting forth then in that
. the aaid :Unum Holmes, Emma 1. Holm, sand
! ZeriJIall-lmeHarethc-oersofc-rtauin ales-
tati in F Jrtield, in this State, aud that it would
In- eondr. .4 r- to the interest of sail' wards tli t
tii. -aim i.e sold .md the proceeds thereof put
at inter. ' or inii-sted in stiM'ks or other real e--
tate. Ai d, th.-ref.ri-, said Conrt appoints and I
at-siiis mi- j-jitj iay ol Angnst, A. i). l&itfi.ai lie
I'rebate . (lire, in St. Albans, to bear and ilecule
upon sa d application, and that public notice
thereof he iriven to all persons int4-reit4Hl there
in bv ini.!istiin thw ordw three week snceea
snely ui :h- Vermont Tbakscriit: a nenapaper
that cire ilates in the netghborho-Ml of the per--ons
inter, -.ted theri-in, all of which pabhcatioii
shall be, pievioiii to the time appoi .ted for tht
h. aiinj(. Thf it fore yon are hereby notified to
appear li-fun- said Court at the time and place
atoiesaiil -lieu and there to object to the eraiit
ttiK of an. -a lu-eiiM' if you see cause.
(tiM-n - ne-i- my hand anilwat of th I'robate
I'oun. a. ..t. Mb'aiii-. this 12th da of August.
1m;s )i KON V. It U LEY, l ud'i-.
IN the iISTKU T Ctrt'BT of the I NITEI
1 s'l A 1 r.s f(.r th.- MSTItlCT of VEKMtiNT.
Iu th matt.-r ot fieoruc S. Kruusou. lUnkruat
To !i ni it ni.e. . one. rn - The utid. :-ij;iii I
h i ! ein- notice of his appointment ana
-'.vaee of fieorjf" S. lirnnson. of St. Albans, in
Franklin .itiity. and state o Vermont, within
said ii -1 1 t , 'i In. has been ajljuilged a bauk
nipt ui).. a his ow n pt tition by the Di-tn. t Conn
ot r ml P strii-..
Pati I r linrinu'tou. iasaid Di-tn-t. tht 25th
(' iv of .TuU. 1K
: W5I . II . HOYT, Abibu. e.
I Nth. lHsTKlCT 41HUT of the C.Mll V
J. sTAl -S for iu. DISTRICT of VF.KMON 1.
In the m :t.-r of 4'h i- E. Thompson. Bankrupt
In Bai 1 i iptei To niioiu it may cm-en.
'l.ii in.. . -i;,n-hcretii Km-a notice of Ins ap-y-iiiitm.
.is a-si;,'iiet of Cha--. F.. Thompson, of
si . Albaie. in the County of Frankim and Stale
t! nuii.-it, within said tlistrict, who has Ih . a
a-ljude. Bankrupt upon his own petition ' y
tui tli-tr,it l curt of ald llistrict.
Dated .it liurhniftou, in said District, tin iitli
dav of Julv. V. D. lS4s.
w WM 11. HCAT. Assiicnce.
-a i..u n,,tff r-,
.I iiiirs A. Ilrtnm Jc .J.,
I'-.tfttr Frfieric Vutrhtr.
Fbknki.in i iii'STV Cot-BT. Vehmoit. April Ti nn,
Tlu- aenon was eutcred at the present Vpnl
T. mi of 'tiia Court, A.D. latin. i ou an Agret
n, nit iu-iie on the 23rd day of March, A.D. ls;t,
hetiiet a th. riaintulsf mid Defendant.-, that the
Deft ndaiits would do aud pcrionn ai) the ("ar-p-nter
a -1 Jmnor work, and fiirnvh ail the ma-tt-nals
' . refor, including loeks, knot s, hutts
and al! ihtr triiumiuga i-onnected with the
I'neoetit itn.l J.imer ork of u fftiril Hiuiiltii"
tin n atx- .t to be erected by the Piaintufs.iu tin-
ihaf,'e t-t. Albans, m said rrauklui i ountj
Aiso. on he lieneral Counts in Assurapsit, as by
tin I'lar iff'.- writ (aud Declaration) will more
full ap,K.ar. demanding Ten Thousaml lhl
lars Dar ii;er.
Notk I is hereby ivm to -jaid James X.
liron A '". (WUhaiu Lovejoy) to appear at the
Trrm ot .ie -aid County Court, to be hold.-n at
M. Albai , in said l i.niitv of Franklin, ou the
-let-on.l iieday of September. A.D. lsW. or
thev ll. e 'U-failltid.
in' Jil.-crH H. BliAISEKD. Cl.rk.
.V A'Ihi - F
,-; I o.
. t orNTT I'ot-RT. Vermont. April term
i- ti wa- .-tittred in this Court, at th-ir !
r i.-.nn A. 1. 1MV. is on a note si:rn .1 I
tidaiit. dated 1st ilay of Xo.emh-.- j
i. for the sum of thiee hundred au.l j
- and four cents. ayahleto the l'iari- i
irthtield Bank, iih inter, at. thirty j
date. Also ou lieuerai Counts m A-- '
-iemaudin!; tin- I undretl dollars dam- j
in the 1.
V 1. IN
tiff a' tl
d ivs aft.
aes. as . tne riauitui s writ ana aeeiaram.D,
will moii freely appear. Xotice-te. he; ehi gnen ,
to the si. ! A. K. Morrill to app ar at thi term '
ot -aid C itrt, to W holdeii at St. Allans in said j
Countv i Fiankiin. on the second l'nr-da of i
S.-pt4 rhl- r. A. P 1HW, or he will be defanlteil. '
J JOSEPH It. BBAIXKllD, 4 u rk
I ehartt r terminaud on.tlKDth day ot March,
WW. her bygiNe uotiet!a it will ndi. iu its
.. itstaiuU ijf tnlls, at its banking hoiis -. in th.
Vi rno'it National Bant of St. Alban-. f i one
i ar fnnn the 2ith dT of ilav. lsft-4. aurt eablv
to tht fo.e.wiiiR aet. ' ' B BAHl.ttW.
i .i.-hi. i.
.-t. All ai.-. Vt.. Ma Ath. ls-.
llii. tl. lil.lX to th. 1. denipllili ot Hank t...t. -It
IS h 1. ell U ti d. .Ve.
Sre 1. fter tl.- expiration of th. iharterof
any hank ehartTc.i hi thi Stat.-, or ifter the
t. rniiiiarum of tin i irii net of air. such bai.k,
agreeabb .' the laws 4if this State, t-tu h bank
ma can-., notice to hi published m all t it week
1 newspapers ot th.- eoiint where sueii hank is
iii.-.ited. for oni full .-ar, setting forth that r-ai.l
hank will rt de. m it-o'ltstanliiii; hiil- the d
of thi cxpir.'tioti ..f its charter or tin date of
t ie tern nation m its existence, and a copy of
tins act: n.i upon due pnbhcatiou ot ,-neh no
t i-e, iititiur such hank nor its officers shall be
liable to any action for the non-redemption for
any of ir outstanding bill-, miles- the same
-hall hat tieen duly presented and paiinent
t nereof dt-uiandi d within the year aforesaid, at
the banking- hoii-e of said bunk
Sic. i. Aftei tht expiration of thi eh irti r,
or after '"'.- tiriiii'iatiou of the . iftein-e 'if an;,
-nchbruih. a-at in -aid, such hank shall
tobesiii j ot to the operation, or iiahle to the
provisioi of the -ity-third section of chapter
eight-!;.!, of the general statutes.
Sec. :i. This ait shall take eft', e! from its
Appro d No . HI, la04L JlU-li
Mai a.'ih, IWs.
lebratted trotting stallion will serve
the present season at
E, H. BEAL'S STABLES!
Columbus w so well known in Frankin Coun
ty that it is harilly necessary to say a wor t i f
his value to farmers who wish to raise valnable
Colts were as universally known as trotters. He
Colts sta.itl vety liigh in New York. He ivas ac
knowled. ed to be the beat Stallion, and
took t lit irst premium as such, at the West
chester ittnty Fair. At tlie reqnest of many of
tliti most prominent men of Franklin County Vt..
hisprest'if owner con-entwl to Itt him anil
the pre it season for Maren. In onler to giie
ontire satisfaction to all of the manv fnemla- of
tho horso, the price has been flxeif k.w. Tlie
average height f his colts is from 15 to U. hands
high, an '. weight from 10 to 1,200 lbs.
2l5-tf ELIAKIM F. FULLEH.
Ji. ?E.OCIi AM ATIOIT.
T7"HI .IFAS, the St. Albans Bank, a eorp-.ra-V
ti- j, duly incorporate! by the Legislature
of tlie State of Vermont. located and dom busi
ness at M. Aloans, in the etmnty of Fraukltu,
has made application to me. retpiesting uie to
issue a proclamation ilcsigiiaung sooi.- day
for the ti rmination of theexi-touce of s.d corporation-Anil
w iereas.it basliec-n made to appear to Hie
that two-thinuj of tho legal votes of the stock
holders i .' said corporation were given in favor
of said application.
Now, t r.-refore, I, Paul Dillingham, Governor
of the St te of Vermont, ir. conformity niih sakl
applicati u, and the provisions of seciion eigh-tv-six
andeiglity-neveii of chapter ojghty-nino of
the, Gem ral Statutes of Vermont, do hereby i-j-siie
rav p.-oclaiaation. ami declare that on the
twenty-firth day of March, A. D. 1S&S, the said
tmrporati n shi'- cease to exist as fully anil
witli tho same effect as if said charter expir.il by
the limits rion thereof.
In witn 3 whereof, I have hereunto signed
my name and caused the seal of thu ijtato
u.n. to be hereunto affixed, in Executive Cham
bers at Watcrbury, this 23rd day of Soa
tember, A. D. 1807, and of the independence of
the UmUd States the 01st.
Ky the Governor,
Wit. P. DlU.IXGII.Uf,
Sec'x of Civil sud Miiitarv Affairs.
JUmn'si ot Yotit Ji.
4 GENTLEMAN who snfleml for years from
J. nerv jus ilebility, and premature decay, and
all tho effi t of youthful indiscretion, will, for
the sako 1 1 Fnffcring humanity, send fret to all
who need it, the receipt and directions for nuk
ing the- simple remedy by whicii he was cureil.
Sufferers wishing to profit by tho advertiser's
experience, can ilo so by addressing, in perfect
confidence, JOHN B. OGDEN,
16-ly 42 Cedar Street. New York.
! An Invaluable Remedy for the Purify
i ing of tho Blood.
j. w. nLANis
HUMOR DOCTOR !
A positive rcme.lv for all kinds of Humor
Scrofnla, Scnrvv," SaltKheuni, Erysipelas, Net
tle liash, lloils," t:arbnncles, Ulcers, and eery
Taint of the avBtem: Uyspopsia, and all those
iliseases oriiriiiatiii!? in the Derangomont o. the
UiKestive Orftans, viz: I5ilHoti9 fJoniplamts,
NenralRia, Nervous Affections, Headache, Lan
guor. L4WM nl Appetite. Dpresioa of Sp.nt,
ami Costin-H-ean. 217- y
Tlie People's Drug Store.
rnHE 8nbw:riber would annonnre to thopeoplo
X ot .st. Albaus. Franklin laiuty aud Vicin
uj, that hi-has just ret--ivetl from market a
i-hofc-t- and well tteketed stock of pure
DrusF, Chemicals, Uesinoids &c,
Aud all articles commonly kept in a first clas
Hrn Store. AH the leading
4 if the 4ly. The SonoMa Willi- Hitter, an
.it-Kant preparation. Alco,
Drake's Plantation Bitters,
H.wtetter's, Lajijflej'--. Day's, .ti. Inshant'is
Ni-nm-, iMvis' l'ain h ii! r,"Volcott's Pain Annihilate-
and UaUanis, Ijiiuueiits and l )nitientn, I'ills,
Mrs. S. A. Allen's Improved,
"';V'".VU' lH.'" rTLM"
' .?u H!U Rarrett , .sThmI.I s.
. A-Vt r 8 air 'K'"
choice Druffffists' Groceries !
lu re whole and trronnd lVuner. Allspice. Uns-
tanl. Cinnamon, Cloreu, Nutmegs, Jlaeeitarclt,
.Hala-ratna, Corn Starch, Farina. Vheatn Grits.
Hair, Cloth, Nail. Teeth, Sharing, Infcnt. The
nicest and beat asi- .rtment in town. Combs in
Fr.-h and niee, as ArctusineUrstBa. i .m.lravs
in tin i-ans, t many others. Hair Dils in
Lnhuin. genuine; llialons Flor de Ma'.. ami
NiKlit iilooniing Cerens, Eilrehiit, assort, tl, ami
the new and delicate Wood Violet. Toi!, . Powder-
1'nff Bovs. Uly White. Itonj;. .
Honey, Olyceriuc. Bay l!nm, Sand, l'uiiciiie.
Brown W'in4lsor. Miiitarv and Genuine Y'ankee.
Lead. Slalc and IndeffiMe Fencils.
Paper. Enrol .ps, I'er.s. Pen Holders. Inks.
4 h.iuiors akin, syrt'ijef . Breast 1'uuips, Nnr--a.j;
Bottles, Sponges, and one thou.-and auil
one other articles which no have not time to
mention. Conic one aud all awl see for your
sihes, even if you do uot inh to bny. We shall
emU-avor to gerre yon promptly and conrteonsly.
An we keep none bat the best articles ami are
not to be undersold by auv Drug Store in Ht.
Albans, we soBint a larjje sban- of pnb'ic patroti
ajjo. lres-riptioast accurateiy componni'ed anil
Phymeians orders solicited.
iSin- Wines and Ijqn ra for Medicinal purpos-
S. II, Ajrent.
St. Albans. Julv 1
What a wonder
That the doors
Are open wide ;
Ever since the
First of Angnst
Pain Paint applied.
Those who lie.
Or call it humbug.
Are the doctors,
Xot acquaint ;
For they always
Have been jtcaioM
When their patients
Use Pain Paint.
Pile up Facta
As high as mottntaintj.
Flash the troth
Before their eyw,
But the cry
Is always hnmbuir,
Men ot ecH-nce
Full of lies.
Pain Paint has been tested, fro of cost, over
ten months, every day (except Sundays), at 170
Chatham stpaare, N. Y... for the removal and care
of all manner of pain and disease. The otSce is
constantly crowded with patieuts,-rain or shmtt.
Every person who buys Pain Paint, or tries it
free of cost, knows that all who call it humbug
tell a falsehood.
We want no poieon in our lips,
I So puis to swallow down ;
i We want no burning iuiuiient
j In City, t oojity, lo ii.
j We want to know the Uvrs of health,
j We want to shnii tit-ease.
I We want few Doctors Bills to pa,
I 4 )r TnflertakerV ft -
We know all Pills have had their dav.
lhat physic is deceit,
The Lancet and the bl iwily Bowl
We never more -hall greet.
I We kuow our stomach wer not na-te
To drench with Purgatives,
I Brute instinct shuns tht hateful 1 1- i.-i
j Ami everv chiltl that lives.
TP.EMBLIXG MN. Theie is a man
whose hand does not tremble, but hand
les a brush with dexterity, ami lays on the Paint
that nevtr leves color or -tain. He paints
girls, boys, men ami women, by the hundreils.
eery ilay awl evening He removes pain as if
i. magic, of any name or nature, whether chronic
ui acute, from a simple mowiuito bit.- to the
most tnghtfnl cancer. Broken dowu. trembling
patients, are sent by the officers if hospitals to
Wl)LC4iPaS Oftiee, Xo. 17U Chatham square,
X. V.. ami all pain is removed Sir every appli
cation, free of expense, i.hont luoiit orpni'e,
for the tenant of ihe -iiuken celiers of the mean
tst tenement house, or for the owners of brown
-torn and mai l 1 palait s of hifth Vienue. Ml,
all an treated ahki and each wait tht ir turn
tor an application of that wonderful remedy.
PAIN PAINT, and all m.-trs, pain and miserv,
i anishi s instantly, as if i oinmaiided b a super
natural agent. The scepter oi the kuigdoin of
pain i- bruken under tin touch of tue hrn -ti. and
I 1 1 uu.l.les like a sjtider's neb, wher- hi fi r. it held
its in tun with an iron iarp for -isue.-. ol years.
lluuilrnH of physicians hae witu. ss4il tm
opuations with astonishment, and tho-e who
expccte.1 to scuff and laugh returned to pray. A
factory in Brooklyn ami tlu- office in New iork is
driviti to its utmost capacity day ami night.
The DtK-tor's friends urge him to double the
price at once , but the Doctor, with an eupathic
.So, St ttles the matter. The ptopit shall havt
it, and everybody else, for 25 ceuts, ii cents, il.
i .1, j j. ami in pir Isiti.t, and can select what
sue they please. Tli...-e who are able certainly
will pureiiase th- largest sues, for they contain
sixteen of the dollar bottles, ami hold enough
to ilrive pain heailli.ug, instead of a miail bot
tle that removes pam only by inches.
Dr. WOLCOTT is a mall of business. II.) has
has been in the same othce nearly six years, anu
fulks know just where to Mini htm. He has no
time to visit race courses or base ball matches
hardly time to snatch a lunch. Penile of com
mon sens know that he means just 'what he
sa s. He has too much honor to make a single
It is neeiliess for us to state the -u.-.-f-ss he
has alreaily achieved m the sale oi his old stan
dard remedy, th. ANNTHILATult, umv.rsaln
patronized for catarrh and colds u tin- Head,
which is to-tlay the only ieailing and reliable re
medy for that loathsome yet universal ompiaint
Still more, he no.v puts up the Axsiiiilxtob tn
pints, instead of half pints, ami makes it out
tpiarter stronger ami more ethciet.t. He has
cnretl, by the use of this valuable m theine, not
only thons-nils of almost hopeless casus of
catarrh, but hnmlreds of weak nerv t s. Many
a man whose hands trembletl to such a degree
that it was impnenble to read a newspapt r with
out laying it ou a iksk, awl who could scarcely
write their name one. a week, hud ni.nn diate
benefit, lint liottle.t hold three of th. ."'cent
liotttes, anil he st Us lifty pint bottii t '"neof
the smaller size. Tinmsinds suDt-r who would
be wholly restored from that th.-gn-ti.i0 h-i ase,
catarrh, winch leads directly tolling ..uipiamts,
dyspepsia, W4iak nervis, pain m tn t-iik- ami
stomach, ami liver complaint. Doctors m gene
ral 4lo not understand 4 atarrli. and f'--.v are bold
enough to ilem it. Nothing eier takin int. the
stomach can "cure it, fur the dieea.se is in the
head. Ynninightasn.il put a plaster on the
foot to cure an n.o r ou tlie liand Citairh is
an ulceratittii in tht he id aud a running ore
the matter fills in th throat and . i--- it ; at
night runs ilown to the -tomacli and unit. rr.nne
the whole constitution.
Catarrh snuff wilt always prodili-e i-ati-rili nud
aggravate the disease. A sn.-e.- ,.t -latnre's
most emphatic Xo, ami dost of an kin.i i- niiwt
You must cure the festering ulcer . . tin- to-a.l
and the iliftlmilty in the throat and stomach,
from this load i"if phlegm constantl-. purint;
from the head, is reinove-l. It must ! i it mied
out, instead f aihting snuff and m -re tdtii
Buy none of the Doctors' rem. di. - in! - nt
CUT THIS OI T. TKist it up, and nt f rg t
there isone plactyoit can go, or l4 .-arrit 1. and
have all physical pain removed free of exk nse
at No 170 Chatham-simare. New Y irK. a.id 12
Hanover street, Boston, when all other doeim
give you up as hopeless.
Folks possessed of common wit,
Bny bottles that wliitc papers lit :
Bnt fools are often caught and sold
4w With tinted wrappers, brown and old.
rrtHi: firui of Chas. A. J. Maiwh Co.. i this
I ilav ilissolrnl by limitation, Mr. Marsh re
tiring. "Janica II. Lau-ley having purchase;!
the vutiro Interest in the business will pay all
obligations and receive all dues: nf tho old nrm.
AH Scholarships issued by Chas. A. J. Marsh A
Co. will be received by J. II. Lansloy at any Com
mercial College under his care AH letters
nhould bo aildressed to him at Poultney, Yt.
Cua.1. A-Jj Maksii,
JaMEJ H. W,
St. Alban, July 31, U3.