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VKKMONT DAILY r.rKANSCRTPT5 MAY ?33, 1SGS.
Vermont Daily Transcript. I
Satuhday, May ai, law.
Ekuata. In nil editorial article yes
terday the words " material thrill"
should hi', obviously, as written, wr
So thi word "following," in the para
graph at the end of the proceeding of
the national convention, should have
Last month there were shipped from
the St. Albans station eleven hundred
and sixty-live boxes of Missisquoi water
twenty-three hundred and thirty doz
en bottles. '
Hnu.iNOAJii: ix Ni:w Yoiuc An
son Burlingaino, speeial ambassador of
the Chinese government, arrived in
N. Y. elty on Thursday.
Tin: St. Albans Brigade Band played
one or two pieces from the "Bandbox"
around the liberty pole last evening,
and it is unnecessary to say, that their
music was " tip top." The Band will j
give a concert at the Academy Hall on i
the evening of the ".St h inst, instead of.
the iioth as previously announced. 1
Tin; summer arrangement of the Ver
mont Central andSulivan Railroads com
mences on Monday. Trains will leave
St. Albans as follows: Cluing South
and East, 0:20 a. m., l'':00 noon, and
8 p. in. North and West ; for Montreal
at 0:10 a. m. and 0:!!o p. in; for Rouse's
Roint.Ogdensburgh and West, (5:05, 11:00
a. in., and 7:1") p. m.
Ri:v. J)it. Bi.s.ski.7,. The Rev. Dr.
Bissell, the Bishop elect of the Diocese
of Vermont, left Geneva, N. V. on the
112th inst. A correspondent of the Gos
pel Mcsscnycr, printed at Ctica, says his
last evening was spent at "Walnut School,
with whose successful, though unob
trusive and noiseless growth Dr. Bissell
has been familiar from its foundation.
After the usual evening service, during
which the boys manifested an unwon
ted tenderness and earnestness, Dr. Bis
sell delivered an eloquent address on the
nature or true heroism. The Jfessen
lcr's correspondent says "Among the
manifestations of attachment which his
promotion to the Episcopate has brought
out, the most touching have been made
by the children of his great parish, by
the pupils, and by every one connected
with Walnut JIM. Dr. Bissell will ever
be held in most nll'eetionate and grate
Fiiaskun County C'oukt. Besides
receiving the verdict in the case of Clark
vs. Burton on Friday, the Court ar
raigned Lyman Jones and Carlton
Learned, two boys, who had practiced
stealing under the tutelage of Mcrritt
Leonard, now in jail, and on pleading
guilty they were sentenced to the Rc
fonn School for three years. Jlosea
Conistock was arraigned at has own re
quest, plead guilty, and was sentenced
to three years in stale prison, for lar
ceny. In the evening the Court assembled
and heard a petition for a new trial in
the Clark and Burton ease, presented by
the plaintiff. The petition substantially
sets up that the defendant has obtained
his verdict by improper and corrupt
practices upon the jury, and that the
verdict is not in accordance with the
evidence. After hearing the petition
and the remarks of Counsel, the Court
stated that they had concluded to hold
an adjourned term, commencing on tho
Kith of June, for the purpose of further
hearing of the case, and made the fol
lowing order: Tho plaintiff is to close
his testimony by tho 3th of June, ex
ccpt the testimony of 1). R. Bailey,
which must be taken before the lOtli of
June. The defendant is to close his
testimony by the loth of June. Both
parlies are to give the adverse party
four days' notice, by serving notice upon
party or counsel. Tho Court then ad
journed until tho 10th of June.
JGQy Have you seen Prangs Chromo?
-urn uauen isucKet," "Falconer and
J'or the Daily Transcript.
A Jtatijieation Jleetina.
I approve mast heartily of tho sug
gestion made in Thursday's Tiian.s
i-mrr lor u ineeiing io ue neiu at an
early day to ratify tho nominations
made at Chicago, and hope our leading
Republicans will move in tho matter at
once. Watku Wiiukl.
St. Albans, May 22.
ViaisioNT at CincAcio. Gen. Wm.
W. Grout, of lloarton, was a member of
the committeo on permanent organiza
tion, and Wm. H. Johnson, of Bellows
Falls, member of the committee on re
solutions. Tho headquarters of the delegation
were at tho Sherman House, on the llrst
lloor. Directly across the hall were tho
headquarters of tho New York delega
tion. Tho delegation was a unit for Colfax
on every ballot.
fiSTHave you seen Prangs Chromo?
"Old Oaken Bucket," "I'alconor and
Mr. S. 0. Mooiu:, of Burlington, will
sail from New York for San Francisco
early next month. The Timrn says :
Our community will be sorry to loose
Mr. Moore. The loss of a cultivated
musician from a place where such at
tainments are as rare as they are In
Hurlington, is of itself a alter for seri
ous regret, In Mr. Moore we loose a
man whose genial and eouiteous spirit
has impelled him always to maUe a
generous use of his professional ability
and Intluence for the entertainment of
our people, who owe many pleasant
hours to Mr. Moore's good will, and we
shall all say good bye to him with sln
' Senator Henderson, of Missouri, it is
said, is soon to marry a "Washington
belle, Miss Foote, a niece of the late
Win. Mackenzie, for several years
tlte well-known operator of the New
York wire in Montreal Telegraph Of
fice, has established himself in business
as an Exchange and Stock broker, at i8
St. Francis Xnvier street. Mr. Mack
enzie's many Burlington friends and ac
quaintances will not forget to call on
him when in Montreal. 'Times.
J Ion. John Roberts died at hisresi-
deuce at Fayetteville, this State, May
Mtli, aged 87 years. Ills funeral was
attended with Masonic honors. Judge
Robeits was nearly, if not quite the
oldest member of Windham County
bar, and during his long residence in
WhitinghamandTownshcnd, the Ptw
ui.r says, he gained tho respect and
honor of the public in a high degree;
by the rectitude of his character. He
leaves a widow and children.
The Marshalltown Tinics sutruests
thatthe Republicans of the Sixth Jowa
district elect Horace Greelv to Con
gress they being apparently unable to
agree upon any one of the many resi
"VYo give below the remainder of the
proceedings of the Chicago Convention,
so far as they are of interest to all.
flic total vote on the first call was (J IS.
making 32G necessary for a choice, and
the number varied but slightly from
this one on any of the roll calis. Mr.
"Wade led with 119; Mr. Fenton, 132;
Mr. Wilson, MS; Mr. Colfax 110: Mr
Curtin, 52; Mr. Hamlin, 12S; John A. J.
Cresswell, 11: Samuel C. Poinerov. 1:
Tno r: Sik.oi io
On the fourth roll call I'ennsvlviuiia
cast the most of its A-oto for Wade, and
New Hampshire left Wilson for Wado,
milium; jus voic up io over two Hun
dred. Tho roll call began for the fifth time.
Pennsylvania, by one majority, ehanired
to Colfax, and so did Tennessee. Tho
fifth ballot stood: Wade, 200; Fenton,
142; Wilson, f.0; Colfax, 220. Pennsyl
vania became unanimous for Colfax,
Ijouslsana, Connecticut and Massachu
setts followed, and then came almost all
tne otiier .states, Illinois came last.
New York only stood out and insisted
on tho announcement of the vote; the
chairman announced it; Colfax 522200
mwjonry over ail.
New York was the last State to snr
render, having live times cast her GO
votes for Governor Fenton, but she was
now nowerless. mid Gon. Kifl.-hm wb
forced to move that the nomination of
(,ol lax lie made unanimous a request
which the friends of Wade seconded
ami so the lielil was Avon.
Git.vxT and Colfax avkhk Unani
mously Dhclahkd Tin: Nominkks ok
TIIK UXIOX RlU'UBLICAN I'AllTY.
Gen. Grant Avas nominated on tho plat
form the substance of Avhioh vn tolr-
graphed late on Thuradnv liiirhf fn Mr.
Colfax, Avho laid tho nlatform boforn the
General on Friday morning, and afler
Avards telegraphed to Chicago that the
General heartily approved it.
wnen at last uio platform had been
accepted, and it became nronor to nnm.
inate the candidates who are to be placed
upon it, a sceue of the widest enthusiasm
ensued. All rose to their feet; hats and
handkerchiefs were Aviwed ; tho famed
Jjiglit Guard band performed patriotic
airs, and a dovo. eolorml roil wiiiL. nml
blue, Avas released by a lady in one of
tne uoxesanu now around the large am
thitheatre, State after State Avheeled in
to column, and they will move forward
on tho enemy's Avorks under tlm lnniinr
thus ciiosen "lighting it out on this lino
if it takes all summer."
The platform is sound, every plank is
in mi; ngni piaee, anil radical views are
proclaimed In a consorvatiA-o inniinm-.
Great national miestlons. nfli-filmr Uio
rights and tho interests of our citizens
at iioino and abroad, are squarely met
and properly treated. The impeach
ment oi the President; the privilege of
uui.uiismp; uio question ot suurage; tho
debt of gratitude to our gallant soldiers
mm saiiors, ami mo equalization ol taxa
tion. aro well cared for. mid tho fVntvon
tion indorsed all of the positions so plain
ly taken Avith approving applause.
ine convention adjourned on Tliurs
Tjii: Atiikist. Tho atheist Avas a pro
duction of the eighteenth century. He
took rank as bucIl Jlis unbelief avub
almost a profession. AVhen nn ImHviil.
ual Avas discovered to possess this mini.
Ity, ho Avas regarded Avitli a species of
norror not unmixed Avith lasclnation.
People communicated tho fact to their
friends mysteriously, as did our heroine
in tho case of M. do Wolmar and M. do
Sainte-Letle. Three Quarters of the
pcoplo of our day bclicvo in nothing
after tho grave, and still nover suspect
that they are atheists. They go at tho
hap-hazard, in perfect unconcern, and
exeito no particular remark. Is not
ours really tho Avorso situation of the
tAVO? and docs not tho incredulous sol
emnity of the eighteenth century proA-o
uuiu uio men oi mat nay Avcro nearer
iiiuii inan avo (.saint ucua'c.
Bfiy-IIaA'oyou seen Prangs Chromo?
urn uauen uucicet," "Falconor am
un tne scconu oallot, ilr. Speed's
name was withdrawn. "Vado had 170;
Fenton, 110; Wilson, llJi; Hamlin, 30;
and Curtin, 45: Colfax 110.
Eliliu II. Huntington,
t-l'l'l r.SHOU TO A. II. MfNVAS.
t SKK attention to tin- following pallid liat of
J:. articles, which I will sell at tin.- lowest rates
Howard, Trcmni t, Million, nnd nil tint dilfcr
out until of Walthaiii, National, ami Unit
id Sthtt-rt (Vs Watches. A largo assort
ment of flolil nml .Silver American
Cases, of the best titylei. Also,
Gold and Silver Swiss Watches.
l.nilieii' (Inltl Hunting Watches, American nml
Nuiss. The latent ami best patterns of Hold,
Visited ami Silver Chains, Fine (loldaltd
Plated .Tpvo,lr.v of all descriptions. A
hplcndid assortment of Ladles'
FINE GOXiD SETS,
I Etruscan, Coral, Garnet, .vc, A-o. Gcntlemcns'
ruts, .Masonic J ins unit mugs, jii.tmomi,
Emerald, Ituhv, Amoth.VHte, l'c.nl and
darnel Finger Rings, 18 Kt. Plain
Kings, Qolil llraeeluttj, Siher
Plated Spoons and Forks,
Extra and Treble llate. Tci sets, Castor, Cako
l!asl;ets, Vases, Ac., Ac. Coin Silver Spoons,
Thiinhles, Ac. A very largo stock of
Gold ami Steel .Spectacles, everv pair '
sold warranted to suit. Pocket
Kim ex, Shears and Scissors of the let ipiality.
1 shall receive lroin da to day new stylos of
.To ulry. Silver and I'late'd Ware, hieh 1 will
sell at tho lowest market lutes.
K,f Watch impairing and cngiming done
&00DS AT ONE DOLLAE.
'oreiKii and Homeslic Alamifaetniers' Agency
for the sale of
I) E Y G- O O I) 8,
At an eipial price of
For each article. Our Lroods aro all xi:v and of
first class ipiality, direct front the Manu
facturers. ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL! !
Quart cily Circular, 3Iay lht just puhliwhcd.
JUS ' Auunts wanted evi't v where, and hatinfac-
tion j,'uranteed in all casef. Greater ltidtico
ments than over. Airentn can eaRilv malic $25 to
$10(1 per week. Circulars sent free to anv ad
dress. CHAS. LKTTrf CO,
di)-int) Mannfacturers' Agents,
01 and W Federal Street, iioston, 3Hhh.
Oi)i)onitc Store of Saxo , 1'laco in Imildiit"
forincrlv occuiiied hv H. S. A: J. A. IScdard. La
dies will find here a complete and choice assort
ment of Fanev Drv ijoods itiMt received from
market, sncU ah
Fringes all colors,
Fans, a rich lot.
Valencienes and Thread Lace
A nice lino of French Camhrics and Fanev
I.awnx. Anew Kid Glove which Mirpiicwri any.
tliiny jet liroti;ht into this market, tunl mi'r
rauteit. All of ttliich will he Hold at reasonable
prices. Ladies will lind it to their advantage to
call and examine for themselves.
Dress and Cloak making m all its varieties
under the skillful Hiinervision of Miss Ellen
Moore, lonj,' and favorably known to the. inhahi-
lanisoi tins village ami Meant v.
1-d-th j,. 1. Kimitiw.
Ii;Ali;it IN ALL KIMM OI
First Class Groceries !
D.UtltOW JII.OCK, HT. AliHANS, VT.
Consisting in purl of
tic. , tC'e.
HAT AND CAP ST0EE,
SOUTH MAIN STIIE15T
fl'lw. 1 ! ...1 ....... 1 . 11 .
iiiu oiiuejaigoeo i.eeps conoiailliy oil llltllil li
inn supply oi
HATS, CAI'S, FUJtS,
GLO VJM-AjYJ) MJTTJCNS,
And an assortment ol Gent's Furnishine; goods
m his lino i.t trado equal to any in stvlu and
excellence) ot goodH, and at reasonable prices.
Ho has every thing in tho hat line, from coin
moo hi raw io uio ntsc style oi sun lint, and can
. . .. G. 11. SMITH.
St. Albans, Yt. May 12, 1808. 1-d-tb
TH.VVE bought Mr. J. 11. Leonard's interest
L in tho linn of Leonard llrainerd k. Co. nml
will continue tho business at tho old stand where
i snail no giau to see old lneiuls and many now
011CS. All accounts duo Leonard, llrainenl X- C.n
will ho settled by mo and must bo paid iuunedi-
.St. AlhaiiH, May 9, 18GS. ld-2w
My houso and lot on Hank Street is offered for
sale. Tho house was recently built and is in
good repair, and lias all tho modern eonvenien-
coH, My orchard is well supplied with a variety
of apple and pear trees in bearing condition.
i'or iuriuer particulars euuuiro of
'l!-tt' E. F. PEltKINS,
"VTEAY CLOTHING OF ALL
iX received nt W.M. N. S
SMITH .t CO'S.
RUDHElt Coats, nil kinds, at
W.M. N. SMITH A CO'S.
EVEHY Stylo of Frock Coats at
WM. N. SMITH .V CO'S,
DEWEY. NOBLE & CO'S
I 1ST S IF ft V 1ST 0 E
ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY OP
CAPITAL AXI MUtPi.US. S l,4.'i:i,.Vi:i III).
JlOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF
CAPITAL AM) Sl'MI'M'S, Vi.tt'jil.Mln 7S,
HAHTFOKI) FI1UC INS. COMPANY
OF HAMTOlil), CONN.,
CAPITAL A.M SUllI'IiUS, i,O()ll,l00 III).
INB. COMI'ANY NOH'I'H AMIOUICA
CAPITAL AXI SU11PLUS, S'J,mm,O0(l no.
NJACiAltA FIIIJ INSUHANCK CO.
OF NFW YOltK.
CAPITAL AXI SUltPLIIS, Sl,."0,Ol)ll 00.
SECUJUTY INSURANCE CO. OF
CAPITAL AND SUHPLUS, Sl,-I7,77 Vi.
LOJUI.TjAJIJ) JJHE INS. COMPANY
OF N'EW YOliK,
CAPITAL AM) SURPLUS, &1 .'00 OOll 110.
NORTH AMElirCA'N FJJIE IN. CO.
OF NEW YOltK.
UAVITA L AXl) SlJll'L irs, S7")0,(MK1 (HI.
CORN JCXCHANGE INS. COMPANY
OF NEW YOltK,
CM 77V.1 , AX SCIU'l.l'S, .",0,0l!0 00
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO
-OF HAKTFOltl), CONN.,
CAl'l V'.l . . I A7 .S' Ull PL UK, f ruo,ooo 10.
ROGER WIIjLIAMS INS. COMP'Y
OF 1'ItOVlDENCE, li. I.,
CAPITAL AXl) SUIU'LVH, f201,:)58 HI.
GLENS FALLS INSURANCE CO,
OF GLENS FALLS, X. Y.,
CAPITAL AXD SUUPJ.UK, 218,32D 18,
Firo and Marino Insurance ciVecied at this Agon
cy in any of the above, well known Companies.
THE M.UTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF
Tho Oldest and Largest Mutual Insurance Com
pany in tho United States.
6.1 PITA L A XV ASS'l'TS, 25,(100,01)0 00.
JA'e and Aecidant Jnsitranec.
Either seperately or combined, at the lowest
rates oi rrcmitim in tno
TRAVELLER'S INSURANCE CO.
OF HAUTFOIIP, CONN.,
CAPITAL AXD ASSK'fS, 1,(I00,000 00,
All losses promptly attended to and hcttled at
this Agency. Liinjt' Security, Fair Profits, mid
j ruiiijii j-uymriti,
Iiisuraiico to any amount elt'eeted on the most
DEWEY, XOHLE & CO,
Olllco corner Lako and Main St.; Kt. AlbaiiH
muont. t u.
H. C. G A I-iIvA K, Piopi ieloi.
have rooontlv rollttud nty inarkol, which is
ailpliliedllli tho host of
Ti'lpe, it ml
Tabic Delicacies oi' (Itc Season !
Now on hand, a nico lot of
SUGAR CURED HAMS
St. Allium, May 15, 18fiS.
Morton X- Percy's,
PIVOT ACTION BRACE !
suiK'i ior SusDcnder for Skirts or I'ants 1 An
uneditaled brace for tho Shoulders. Always a
Suspender. A braco or not at pleasure. Its
simplicity, durability, easo and convenience
commend it to every Lady, Gentleman, or Youth.
r.xamine lor yontseit, ami ue convinced t lint all
herein stated' is true. Prices, 7.") ccntx, SI 00,
$1 25, fl r.0. ld-tf
In the best Companies, by
Oflico over Weeks' store.
LINEN Collars of everv description at
Yt'M. X. SMITH .V
niilCOT Jackets at VM. N. SMITH A- CO'S.
MI1I1NERY GOODS 1
MISS F. C. APPLET0N
Desires to inform her patrons and ladies of St.
Albans and vicinity that sho has recently add
ed to her slock of
New and Seasonable Goods
In her line, and grateful for oast favors, wonld
respectfully solicit a continuance of tho same,
and hopes hv a careful attention to tho various
styles of both
Mlfinery and J)rcss Mahinf,
To merit in a measure tho very ilattering ex
pressions oi satistaction ucstowoil heretofore by
those acquainted with her work, 21,r)-tf
S . S . & J. A li E D A 21 D
TaUo pleiiHiiro in wiving to ilicir patrons anil
muiiun umt mvj iiiiv riiiiih ii ini'it JilUUU Ul
Tlircc Doors North of tho American
Where thoj have on hand a largo assortment of
BLANKETS ANJJ WHIPS.
Also, a general assortment of
Our motto is "Largo Sales and Small Prollts."
Thoso in want of goods in our lino will do well
to call and oxaiuino our stock beforo purchasing.
Phomix Muluul Life Insurance Co,,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
favorablo onnortunitv is presented to ener
getio mid reliable, business men who can dovoto
their entire timo to tho business, to represent
this old, staunch, nnd most successful Lito Com
pany, in unoccupied territory in tho Ktato of
ermont. x no many popular features peculiar
to tho l'hieuix Mutual, and tho meat advantae-es
it oilers to tho insuring public Its freedom from
icBiiicuuiiB uii u.nui uiui occupation- us lion
forfeitable policies--its liberal premium system
tho economy of tho inanagi mcut, and its largo
annual dividends, render it tho most prolltaldo
uompiiiiy io ivgeiiis uesiroitsoi realizing a nanil'
Bomo competency by their enterpriso anil enor
gy. Apply to 0. L. HAUCOOK,
Statu Agent Thienix Mutual Liro Ins. Co.
dG-tf Union Dlock, Itutland, Yt.
fkVB VOW BPltING JUST RECEIVED AT
J WM, S, S3UTH CO'S.
7 ii the' IWniftn hailn liicrlpfc
The Managers' Investigation
CI FA It G Ity AGAIXST POMltOY
HIS PROBABLE EXPULSION.
New Articles of Impeachment
Ni:w Yomc,M'ay 23.
Tho Jfcrald's Hpecial'Wusliiiigton des
psiti'li says (hat Mr. Cooper's charge relit'
tive lo the letter from Sir. Ponieroy
M'asvory oxplicitnml received strong col
or of support from ailocunieiit which will
very soon be made public, signed S. V.
Ponieroy, and promising that In case a
certain ollice was placed at the disposal
of a friend of Ponieroy that hevouldsiip-
porl the administration and vote against
Impeachment if it oyer jio up before
the Senate. The Conservatives intend
to sift this matter to the bottom, and
the generai;inipression,oven,with many
radicals, is that Ponieroy cannot escape
tho penalty of expulsion on the evidence
as it stands.
Henderson, Fowler and AVard refuse
to tell what they did with the money
they drew out of the bank. It was
used, as they Mild, for purposes wholly
loreign to the inquiry on foot and was
no business of the committee.
Senator Fowler, of Tcnn., liled his
opinion yesterday upon the eleven arti
cles of impeachment. About one half is
devoted to the first article. The filing
of this opinion only leaves Senntor
Ross of the seven Republicans required
to defeat conviction upon the remain
ing ten articles.
The Times1 despatch says that Legget
test! lied lo the impeachment managers
yesterday that he never read or deliv
ered a letter to Mr. Cooper from Ponie
roy as the former has slated in his tes
timony. Tho Tribune's despatch says that the
managers of impoHchment were in scs.
sion yesterday and examined several
witnesses on the corruption and bribery
charges against curtain Senators. It
lias been established beyond the possi
bility of doubt that a strong antl-lm-
pcaohinent ring was formed, and that
they began their intrigues on the llrst
day of tho trial.
The indicatons me that, the Senate
will not vole Tuesday on the remaining
articles of impeachment, and tho Court
will further adjourn. Three more arti
cles aro to be submitted by Mr. Stevens,
and if ho cannot get them adopted by
the managers will submit them to the
House. Mr. Stevens isconlident that
he can frame one or two articles on
which it will be impossible not to con
Tho developments that have been
made in tho managers' investigation are
of the utmost importance, and tend to
confirm the Jstispiclon, that undue; in
fluences have brought to bear to defeat
conviction on the 11th article. The in
troduction of new articles will necessi
tate the Introduction of fresh testimony.
"ITTIC would Hive this notico to our former
V T friends and patrons, that on and after tho
nt ilny of June, 1808, wo shall sell our goods
ODSTE PEICE ! !
Having had suillcicnt experience in the credit
system of doing business, wo have concluded to
mako a chango, and try tho Cash System be
lioving that wo can sell our goods cheaper bv
adopting such a rule Although a novelty in St.
Albans, wo aro dotcrmincd to try tho plan. Wo
have on hand iv large stock of
READY MADE CLOTHING
Which under this plan wo will agreo to sell 15
pit tent lest than any other linn in town that
do business on tho credit system,
Tako notico and govern yourself accordingly.
SMITH &. FOSTER,
N O 2 , DA R R O W BXiOCX,
w217-3m Bt. Albans, Vt. iVMm
OF SEIZURE AND SALE. Tho
by Onicors of tl
following described property was seized
tho Customs for violation of tho
Uovcnuo Laws of tho United .States, viz:
At llighgato, May 14, 1808; 2 Btcors, 1 Colt.
Said property will bo sold at public auction at
tho Custom House, llighgato, Yt., on Monday,
May 25th, 18G8, at 11 o'clock, a. in.
OEO. J. STANNAltD,
Collector of Customs,
Custom House, District of Vermont, Collec
tor's Office, llurlington, lCth May, 18C8. dS-lw
LC. IEAVENS, Successor to II. II. Bow-
man,) Flour and Grain Merchant. Choice
brands of Flour always on hand at low prices.
St. Albans, May 15, 1808. 3d-tf