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VERMONT DAILY TRAJSTSORTPT, MAY
32, 1S6S.
iHtrehnHlng All -v0r9 In carriages, but
in a tiny or two, rif (urjthc iTrst rush is ovor,
the poorer Inborcrn and rag-pickers will
will be seen Httiiting out, in parties of
half a dozen, carrying in their hands
some little trilloH, purchased with the
hard earnings of weeks, to place by the
graves of the loved friends gone before.
Wo saw nothing of any priests, or any
signs of rogiilar - religious ceremonies,
and the occasion is probablyjlooked upon
by the (Jhinese in somewhat the same
light as that in which the gay Parisians
regard their annual visit to J'erc J,a
Criainc, and their decoration of the
graves of their dead with llowers. The
sightl,aUogcthcr liotun,unplcusant,ouc,
nor one calculated to nhlke us think less
kindly of a people who show such ven
eration for their dead,"" grotesque, and,
to us, outlandish as .the demonstration
in its particular form may be seen.
NEW FIRM!
-AND--
NEW GOODS.
I)
1 lil V
I I ill
NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK
LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT.
Would hay to the people of Franklin County,
that they are prepared to offer them
FAMUY GROCERIES,
Fresh from market, at tlio lowest cash price, at
Wholesale ami retail.
TEAS.
Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong and English Rrcak
fnBt. The linest in the market. If you want
mixed Teas,' buy pure Teas of RAKNES &
CROWLEY.pick raspberry leaves and mix to
suit your taste. You will lind it cheaper than to
buy mixed Teas of any New York Tea Company.
BARNES A CROWLEY KEEP THE REST
COFFEES.
OLD
GOVERNMENT
JAVA,
AFRICAN,
AND GROUND
COFFEE,
SPICES.
Strictly pure.
Go to BARNES .V CROWLEY'S for the best
P. R. MOLASSES, SUOARHOU5E
SYRUPS.
SUGARS.
P. R., HAVANA,
MUSCOVADO,
DEM Kit Alt A,
AND
REFINED
OF ALL
(SHADES.
If you would keep clean, buy your
SOAPS
Of BARNES A CltOWLEY.
RORB1NS,
KENDALL,
PEERLESS, O. K.,
I'JONEElt. AC, AO.
TOILET SOAPS. AC.
To Tobacco Chowcrs, Smokers, and SuulV-Ti-kers
: We buy of the manufacturers, and can
please you both in quality and price.
Wo want Tanners and Dealers to bear in mind
that we keep the l'uro Doston ground
BOOK SALT,
The ouls salt suitable for dairv purposes, which
...:n 1.-....1.1 -..1 .. 1 .'..ii.:. 1.. l
win ui' num as iuw us ran uougiii m wus mantel.
For a good light and no danger of explosions,
buy your
KEROSENE OIL
Of BARNES A CltOWLEY. l'rico as low as
the lowest.
FLOUR.
The best brands constantly on hand. Also,
Graluuu and Buckwheat Flour, Rvo and Corn
Meal
Finally if you want anything in the lino of
good grotenes, uio place to nuv uiem is at
BARNES ,v CltOWLEY'S.
Cash paid for all kinds of Country Produce. -
Goods sold at wholesale at the lowest possible
ngure.
213 UAltNES A CltOWLEY.
onoiion w. iiAit.Ni:s, I q, ,,,,,,,.,
1. j. cnowi.KV,. ( St. Albans At.
DOCTOR OBED GRIDLEY,
That renowned and Celebrated Naturaepathio
Physician, who was very unexpectedly called
from St. Albans to attend sickness in his family,
will return on Monday, May 25th, and remain at
tho St. Albans House until" June 11th, for tho
Healing oftho sick and nillicted. Thero is well
authenticated liitormatiou ot very many romark
ahlo cures having been nerfonied by the Doctor,
from those who havo received hib treatment. He
has also at his command testimonials from many
prominent, respectawo anil jionoranio citizens
from this and tho adjoining counties, testifying
to his great method and skill of treating diseas
es. It is evident tho Doctor possesses a great
gift for treating diseases successfully. Hew
and whero ho obtained such powers uro as yet
uniiuown, out 1110 laet 110 lias cstawistied. liv
ery now case adds laurels to his high reputation
P. S. Tho Doctor further states that in fit-
tare ho hopes not to disappoint his friends, but
will meet his engagement at tho appointed
umo in hi. Aiuans. yi7-yv
ESTRAY.
Came into tho onclosnvo nf Dnillv It. Hill
about tho ilth of May, astray three" year old
maro Colt, sorrol color, white face, with whito
icet an around, anil iignt mane ami tan.
Dl'DI.Y 1). HlLI,
Fairfield, Muy IB. 18(18. 217-Uw
STHAYED. Cnmo into tho inclosuro about
tho last pf Murclt, 0110 coarse wool sheep,
oilo or two years old. The owner is requested
10 pay cuurges nun laiio it away.
J, B, WEBSTER.
Fairfield, April Htli, 1BG3. 210-3v
NOHBY Styles of Spring Hata and Caps at
ja. u jsi. a, ouiiu x tu n.
NEW GOODS
.in!.', r . 1 ; ;
- -AT
H. C. POST & GO'S.
THE undersigned having just returned from
market with a now and completoassortiiient of
DRY GOODS,
Are prepared to oiler groat indlieemoiits to cus
tomers, We have a largo stock of dress goods,
consisting of
1'I.AIN Al.rACCjAS,
I'OI'I.IN.iVM'ACOAW, P
.4 pSfi.Kyl'ol-I.IXS,
ln.K AND Wool, Pol'MNS,
MoZAMUIQUUH,.
MjfoJ)KI.AINS C.
AW'1'
GINGHAMS,
MUSLINSj!
3
OIIAMBRAYS,
CAMBRICS,
PRINTS,
The Rest Jlcn'iriiacs and Cochecos.
White Goods,
Cambrics,
Linens,
Linen Cambrics,
Linen Lawns,
White Diin'y
JlUSllllH,
Lawns,
Nainsooks
Muslin and Cambric Embroderies, Lace Edgings,
ivc, also a large variety 01
GLOVES AND HOSIERY,
Silk and Velvet Ribbons all widths slid colors,
Cotton and Linen Trimmings and Druids. In
tact, we have a better line of
Yankee Notions and Trimings
To show than ever: We shall constantly keep
on lianil and lor sale tne
Beau Mode Skirt and French
Woven Corset,
Tho best in the market. We make Cloth. Cas-
bimcres, and Taylor's Triininirs a speciality, and
will maKo it an ouject lor purcliasers to cxeuuuo
gooiis ami prices oeioro purchasing elsewhere.
11. (J. l'U.NT ,- cu
Corner Slain and Fairfield St's.
St1Albans, Yt May 1st, 180S, 215-lw
R. BRAXNERD,
Successor to Leonard, llraincrd A Co.,
WIIOLKSALi: AND UUTAIL
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
ST. ALBANS .. .VERMONT.
Dealer in pnrti lirwjs and Chemicals, all of
which are bought and will be wold at lowest liv
ing rates, ltesinoids Eclectic Preparations. U.
S. P. Tinctures, Fluid Extracts, Powdered
Drugs, Ac, Ac. Very choice
Perfumeries and Toilet Articles,
Rrnbhes of all kinds, Bathing Towels, Toilet
Sets. Wallets, Pocket Books and Dill Holders,
Hand Mirrors, Thermometers, choice French,
English and American Soaps. Patent Medecincs
in great variety
New and Desirable Stationery,
Envelopes, Triple thick, Open end, Whito, Ca
nary, Hull', Gold, Corn, and Manilla. Fine Com
mercial note paper, Letter, Foolscap, Dill and
Sermon paper.
Initial Fapetrle,
A few packets in very lato btyles, just received,
French Commercial, Octavo, Ladies Note, and
Sipiare paper, and Envelopes to match. Call
early, while the assortment is full.
Flower Seeds,
A very largo assortment just in, including very
choice and rare kinds, such as the tinest varie
ties of Asters, Balsam, Patunia, Pansy, Phlox,
Stocks, Zinnias, Ac, and a nico lot of
Everlasting Flowers
and Ornamental Grasses. Intending purchas
ers would llnd it for their advantago to examino
while tho stock' is complete. GAltDEN SEEDS,
from all tho beat Seedsmen.
Kerosene Oil, Better and Cheaper
Than Any.
Puro ground and whole spices, niul flavoring ox
tracts, and tho usnal lot of DRUGGIST'S
GltOCEHIES. Dyo Woods and Dyo Stud's.
Liquid Family Dyes, Neat's Foot Oil, Ao., Ac.
Bo" Physicians' orders correctly tilled with
promptness, and puro goods supplied nt low
prices.
PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully Compounded.
TrusseSjShoulder Hraces, Abdominal Supporters,
Ac, fitted by a competent person. Agency for
Ar Showc & Co's
Tea and Coffee, Teas 75 cents, CO cents, f 1 00,
$1 10, $1 20, $1 40, and II 50 per lb. All Teas
warranted, and money refunded if not satisfac
tory. R. RRAINERD.
St. Albans, May 2, 18G8. 180-tf
WRICOT Saolis at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
SHAKESPERE Collars, of all kinds at
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
SOMETHING
NEAT AND NEW!
IN ST. ALBANS.
Tho l'lriii? Storo on Like Slrecl,
Kr.PT I1Y-
GREENE t NICHOLS.
Tho undorsigned having nicely tlttod up the
store in tho American Houso liloek, on Lake
St., and stocked it with a choice assortment of
DJtUdS A XI) MED MUXES
Respectfully solicit a share of tho patronage of
this community, feeling sure that they can give
satisfaction in goods and prices. Our stock
consists of
DRUGS.
CHEMICALS,
PATENT
MEDICINES,
PERFUMERY, TOILET
ARTOLES,
DYES, AC.
OlUt STOCK OF
PATENT MEDICINES,
Is complete, consisting in all the approved va
rieties, and our general stock includes all goods
usually kept in a storo of tliisl ind
Headpiar-
ters lor tne
A. B. A. BITTERS,
One of the best Spring Medicines in tho mar
ket. Physicians orders solicited, and carefully
and promptly filled. In quality and price wo
guarantee to satisfy all who favor us with their
patronage.
Storo open on Sundays at noon, for supplying
necessary medicines.
DR. NICHOLS
Is a practicing Physician in rogular standing,
and will attend to all professional calls. Re
member the place, under the American House,
Lake Street, St. Albans,
dl-tf GREEN A NICHOLS.
Success
lUttRDRESSlNfi
will quickly restore Gray Hair
to its natural color and beauty,
and produce luxuriant growth. It is
perfectly harmless, and is preferred
pver every other preparation by
those who have a fine head of hair,
as well as those who wish to restore
it. The beautiful gloss and perfume
imparted to the Hair make it desirable
for old and young.
For Solo liy all Drtiggtt,
PEP0T, 108 GREENWICH ST., N. T.
I.SUltAXCE. Tho undersigned will tako
risks for either of tho following first class
Insurance Companies:
Home Insurance Company
OF NEW IIAVEN
Capital Block, 81,000,000.
.International of New York,
CAPITAL, $1,000,000.
Fire and Marine of Snriiiglicld.
cnpiini etooic, snoo.ooo.
National Insurance om
pany, Boston,
CAPITAL $300,000!!
Insnro against Firo and Mariuo Risks. Not ex
ceeding $30,000 011 any 0110 Risk.
Each of tho abovo amounts of Stock paid in,
M. DUCK, Agent,
Offlco over Yceks, storo, St. Albans, Vt.
Nov. 1st, 1800. H-tf.
I710R SPRING OVERCOATS OF ALL KINDS,
go to WM. N. SMITH .V CO'S.
mm
JrV
CUT THIS OUT
MONF.V I'ttUMSIIKl) TO l'AV
rOR YOUR PAPER !
NlNT.rKIlN DOM.AUM
IN GREENBACKS
AND TIUS AIlVKUTlSr.SIF.NT
GOOD FOR TWENTY DOLLARS
SINK lOM.AltS AM) l'llTY OT.TS
GOOD TOR TEN DOLLARS!
One of these Advertisements will be accepted as
one dollar on every cash purchase amounting to
TWENTY DOIiXiAIlS.
OA' FrfTY Cv'VV.s OA' .1 J' U 110 11 ASK OF
TEST DOLLARS,
OR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS on a PURCHASE of
TIVE DOLLARS,
Or iv copy of the
Vermont Transcript one Year
On a Cash Purchase, uf $:tO.
-AT
WHEELER AND BAILEY'S.
Wo havo in variety and style, not to be sur
passed in Northern Vermont,
BOOTS AND SHOES !
Crockery and Glass Ware, Leather and Shoe
Findings. Also Agents for the
GREAT NEW YORK TEA COMPANY.
Twenty-three different kinds of Teas at (ill cts.,
70 ets., HI) ets., 90 cts., $1.00, $1.10, $1,1.'), and
tho very bcist at $1.2.". Coffees ill I and it.") cts,,
and the" very best at -10 cts. Every thing in
CUSTOM WORK !
We manufacture to order. Our styles of work
consist of Ladies' and Misses' Polish, high cut,
and Hutton Roots, of the llnest quality of Serge
Kid and Calf Skins, and of perfect pattern. Of
Gents wear, we are the
Acknowledged Champions !
Consisting of Oxford Ties, Ralmorals, Gaiters,
and Hoots with or without the box toes, made
from the real warranted
FRENCH C AIT ! !
Call early and often at the Wholesale and Retail
Cheap Cash Storo.
WHEELER it BAILEY,
138-ly Main Street, opposite the Court House.
QAI.Ii AT
KKECK & WETIIEUUEE'S FOR
DRESS GOODS,
DOMESTICS,
WOOLENS,
SHAWLS,
WHITE GOODS.
GLOVES,
HOSIERY, .
POCKET KNIVES,
' NOTIONS, AC.
' ALSO-
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
SPICES,
RAISINS,
CRACKERS,
UROOMS,
KEROSENE OIL,
SALT, AC, AC.
UO-tf
A'
GENT WANTED.
To Holicit oiders for all kinds of marblo work.
either on commission or by tho mouth. One
irso to the business preferred. Apply by letter
or personally. 0, W. GliEEN,
St. Albans, April 20th, 1808. 213-Gw
GO TO WM. N. SMITH & CO'S for tho Lleuiis
Patent Shape Collar.
BLACK DRESS SUITS OF EVERY KIND A
WM. N.iSMlTH A CO'S.
tiK12" "
SMITH & FOSTER
IIAVINO t.EASKI) Tllr. 1)1.1) HTKU AT
No, 2, Darrow Block ! !
MAIN STREET,
For a term of years, havo closod their lirnnnh
store on Lake Street, and consolidated at No. 2,
i in..-,. ...i ..... .
Lummy j)ioeii, wnere you can null niauv goods
to bo
Sold at Cost,
Such as Over Coa'ts, Under Coats, Pants, Vests,
rsnirts, uraw',rs, lints uaps, Ac, ,e. Wo aro
selling our
Heavy Goods
At cost, and less, to make room fo our Spring
Stock, that is already coming in. We Keep the
largest assortment of
Full Suits,
Half Suits. Coats, Vests and Pants, Under Gar.
ments, Hats, Caps, Collars. We not only make
a speciality of the
Bcmls Collar,
But keep a large assortment of a dozen other
styles. Ties, Rows, and Knots. Wo have and
keap for sale, every New Style. Wo ask atten
tion of all who wish
C L 0 T II I N G
FURNISHING GOODS
On prices, wo can't bo beat; on quality oV goods,
wo keep the best. Ry calling at No. '2, Darrow
Illock, you pail satisfy yourselves. No gr.um
bliug if you don't purchase.
SMITH A FOSTER.
I,. M'l). SMITH, lGS-illll (I. II. l'OSTKll.
200 TONS
PLASTER PARIS !
On hand and arriving, fresh ground, in sacks.
The Plaster is too well known as a fertilizer in
this county to need any comments. Every
farmer should avail himself of a few tons before
tho sleighing is gone.
-ALSO-
FJVE HUNDRED BUSHELS
OF
HUNGARIAN OATS ! !
For seed, imported by 3Ir. Hill, of Grand Isle
County, weighing thirty-eight pounds to tho
bushel, and a very heavy yielding oat.
' -also-NORTHERN
CLOVER SEED
Raised in Grand Islo County.
GUASS SEED, CORN, IIUCKWI1EAT;
Ten tons choice
DAIRY iVND CHEESE SALT !
Also, a largo stock of
FRESH GR UND FLOUR,
On hand, which wo aro selling
FROM $10 50 TO $17.
The above stock is bought for cash, and sold
at a small advance from cost.
CA1,L, ANJJ EXAMINE
Cash paid for all kinds of Farm Prpilppe.
201-5w. 8. C. NOBLE A SON.
JJPUGHTON'S OYSTER HOUSE,
--U.V8EMKNT
BARNES' BLOCK !
I.AKU HTUKT.
.ST. AI.UANS.
Chesapeake & Baltimore Oysters
AT WIIOLKSALK AND 11KTAII..
This brand of oysters is tho largest And llnest in
tho market, ifotols, Private Parties, and Fes
tivalfl, furnished at inside prices. 108
HAVE YOU SEEN PRANG B CIIR0M0?
, "OLD OAKEN UU0KET,'' "FALCONER
AND BRIDE."
1868, Ago 1868,
Ogdonsburgli.to the West.
Xot'the.ni Transportation Conijtanif
Tho only Through Daily Lino between
Ogdensburgh and Chicago I I
And Intermediate Ports.
Only Six Days Through With
out Change of Boat,
This well known and reliable Company, will,
during the prcsont Season, run their Line of
first cIash Upper Cabin Steamers dallv, botwoon
Ogdenslmrgli, Oswego, Cleveland, To'lodo, Do.
troit, Chieago, Milwaukee, and Intormedlato
porta, leaving Ogdensburgh on arrival of Ex
press tram from the East.
PASSENGERS AND FAMILIES
Movilll? West. i'in nmlintib ,IHi tl. I.,
Tr1""!' Stwnl i,ml 11111,1 ficthcr without
.ufiiuDiiieu or ir.iusiiipinent, at tliefr port of
destination, thus avoiding the great inconven
ience of tho many changes, delays and expen.
ses, of other routes. These Steamers have largo
Cabins and State Rooms, amply and ueallv fur.
in-died, lor first class Passengers and Families,
who may wish to furnish their nwn provisions.
No eilorts will bo spared to maintain the reputa
tion ot this, as the
V1TEA PEST AND BEST EG UfEf
A thorough rebuilding, rclltting, tvniiiuu
and refurnished, with several new boats added
to the line, makes this now the most comforta
ble, pleasant and e.icditions route to the great
West, lie sure mid see Hie Agents of this line
before you buy your tickets. Trustv men will
always meet passengers at the depot' in Ogden's,
burgh to tako checks and re-check llaggage.
Ask for tickets via
NORTHERN TEANSPORTAION
CO'S STEAMERS!
The only Daily American Lino leaving Ogdens
burgh. Wt! will make it the interest of everv traveller
to see tho Agents of the lino before p nclmsiiig
elsewhere. Tliiough tickets over all the Wes
tern Railroad Lines can be obtained on applica
tion to GEO. W. SMITH, office, corner Ford mid
Patterson Sts., opposite-Johnson House, Ogdens
burgh, N. V. One hundred pounds of b:u;gage
tree to each passenger.
RAG GAGE CHECKED THROUGH!
To all points. For through tickets and other
inhumation, apply to (. A, EDDY.
Oflice Steamers' Landing, Ogdensburgh, N. V.
Geo W. Smith, General Ticket Agent. 11, G.
Goodno, Passenger Agent. UPJ-tf
O
UWAXS AMI .MKl.OIIKOiVS I
The Kul)scrll)er would annouiico that ho ban
received the agency lor tho Shoninger Or
gan and Melodeon Company, New Haven, Conn.,
and will furnish instruments of tho
FlXJiST TO XI! A XI) F I XI MI,
To Agents or Families, on the most reasonably
terms. They manufacture fifty different kinds
ironi one to six sets reeds, witli or without
SI' 11 HASH AX1) TIlh'MOLO.
! All of these instruments possess great power,
with sweetness and flexibility of tone, as ready
to respond to tho touch as a piano; tho cases
, aro highly ornamented m external tlni-sh, tho
very best of materials being used warranted to
! (1 1 VI! SA TISFACTIOX.
Any person wishing tho best instrument for the
least amount of money, will do well to examine
these before purchasing elsewhere.
C. 1). FARRAR. Agent,
St. Albans. Vt. 182-(ims
STATE OF VERMONT.
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HISTORY OP THE '4 If,
Its Causes,
Character,
uonauct ana
Results !
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OlTsPRING STYIjiroFsiLliHATS, call at
WM. N. SMITH b CO'S.
N
ECK Ties and Scarfs, of all kinds at
WM. N. SMITH ,V OU'H.
AFER and Linen Cutrs, a largo assortment,
at WM.N.SHITH&COU

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