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VERMONT IVULY TBANSOBIPT, JTJjSTO 1G9 1SGS.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
Tin SUA Y, .lUNH 10, lSl'S.
tyrlnloivHtiiiK matter, ori'-inal or po
lectoil, may always bo found on the llrst
Rittteh. To-day was thellvlicst day
yet in our market, since tho opening of
the season, and butter was brought In
In large quantities. The whole amount
brought in and shi-ined was loii!) tubs,
we believe, and prices were from to
;t!eents, with Home lots at 'AA. Hut 112
cents was the average price.
Weight of butter shipped, at fit) lbs. to
the tub, 70,.JC0 lbs.
,Some new cheese was brought in, and
eight boxes shipped. Price from 10 to
1 1 cents,
Tin: FouitTir. A meeting of the olll-
pers of the two lire companies of this
nlnee was hold last night, at the ollice
of Messrs.. )ewv fc Noble, and tho pro-
gramme for n uo"lobratlon of the coining
4th of July arranged. The firemen,
with commendable zeal and patriotism,
nnnvasfiod our town for sitbseriiit ions for
a celebration, and their efforts being
liberally met, the meeting felt author-
i'.od to tro abend and nreimre fully to
honor the national holiday in a becom
ing manner. The following commit
tees were chosen:
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l Fisk, li. .1. Swett.
On Finanvk, W.
ON I'JtlNTING, E.
L1. V. Salford, .1.
S. Norwich," A.
1). Fuller, 11. P.
Ooltl'KSI'ON'DINfi SlHMt I'TA 11 V , A .
The intention is to have a trial of
skill between such engines and com
panies as choose to visit us and compute,
andas an inducement (wo prizes, one
of one hundred, and one of fifty dollars
are offered. Each engine is to lie manned
by not more than 40 men, to draft its
own water and play a horizontal stream
through 1100 feet of hose and a nozzle at
least -J inches in diameter. Each com
pany is to have ten minutes for prepara
tion, and the time of playing is to bo
one minute. The St. Albans Brigade
Hand has been engaged for the occasion,
and they will give us excellent mimic.
Invitations to all the fire companies in
the State, and to others on our borders
have been sent out, and doubtless the
competition for the prizes will be spirit
ed. We are informed by a Plattsburgh
gentleman that a large number of the
people of that beautiful place will make
an excursion to our town on the 4th, that
t lie Plattsburgh Band will accompany
them, and that last night the firemen
of that place met and resolved to come
over witli (heir engine. The new ferry
will no cstaniisneu ny mo nisi oi mis
week, probably, and will be convenient
for the occasion. Arrangements have
been made with tho Yt. Central and Vt.
and Canada roads, and will bo made
with connecting roads, to convey visi-
tors for ono fare, and engines free. All
trees on well, so far, and as Mr. Seward
telegraphed to Andy, "we shall all bo
Tin-: "WKATiii'if. There were heavy
thunder showers last evening ami dur-
inu the niirht, and tho ground had a
thorough drenching. The weather to.
day, however, is pleasant and about as
hot as that of yesterday, which ther
mometers say Is'.lO0 in the shade.
A SixouLAit Cash. A family named
Ijiiwlcr, living on Lake street, about a
quarter of a mile from the depot, this
afternoon were the subjects of medical
treatment, on account of what at first
seemed a case of poisoning. The family,
consisting of the father, mother, and
onclittlc child, were taken with cramps
in the stomach, and convulsions, and
were for a time in a dangerous condi
it.... T ....-. r.Mi.wl 41.nl flin (..,!!,
nun, J l iin jwuuii i,mu ii.v; iLiiiuj
with another person took a milk dinner,
and that their cow had been sick, which
probably accounts for tho cllect upon
them ; though tho person who eat with
them of the same food did not suffer
therefrom. Tho family are all now out
of danger, it is supposed.
IIkuiciatk. Wo learn that Mr
Hiram Seward, of Highgate Falls mot
with an accident at Plttsford, Mass
which has probably proved fat al, as his
case seemed hopeless last night. Mr. S.
was a house carpenter, and fell from a
building upon which jlt was at work,
injuring liiin very sovorely, and, as wo
before said, probably fatally,
Noah Best, Esq., a well known and re
spected citizen of Highgate, died on
Sunday last, aged 02 years. He was n
member of tho Methodist church, and
lo lie a largo army oi currant worms tins
year, and every owner of a garden is in-
forested in know nir how to protect h in-
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seir agaiusi uie cusagreeaoio spoils,
and the cheapest way that will eltcot
tho oblcct is tho best. Numbers hero
have applied to their bushes, with en-
ti.. irn,.i mi... i..ti...wi
Jicraui vouches lor tho eiueiency 01 tno
following simplo remedy :
Tako of common soft soap ono part
water ten Darts. Dissolve tho soap thor
oughly and apply to tho bushes with a
watering pot early every Tnornlng.
SitHT-i.oNV There are now about one
hundred persons from abroad at Sheldon
partaking of the hen i wn on, of the (
AltsslMiunl and other Snrlnus. Air
M i-l.(l11f II II II III lll'I nill IIIL'71. .11 i i
Smith, the proprietor of the Alhslsunol
Sluing, does not keep so elo.i a watch
dog care of his "institution" ns lie did
last, year, and for a very good reason.
A large number of visitors prefer the
Water from the other springs which lias
always been, anil is, furnished gratuit
ously to them ; hence Mr. r.ainlnldge
Smith lias been compelled to "back
down" a little.
The Centre House is coinforUibly
tilled, and Mr. Wright, the landlord,
gives his guestw excellent fare.
A.v Oi.i) llKHiniJNT Ooni:. Abel Luf
lin, probably for the longest time of any
one in that town a resident of Ueorgia,
died there on the 8th instant, at the age
of 811 vcniv. He came to ('eorgia at the
age of two years, and therefore lie had
been a resident of the town for 81 years.
He was one of the few men left resident
mere who im service in me war oi i.m-
His wife survives Jiim, a the age of So
yours, and several children also, four of
whom, ner uaugnors, ami one son, are
residents of Ueorgia
Mws Deborah Hathaway, who canie
to ('eorgia about the same time as Mr.
liiillin, is still living there, at the age of
YT. C'HN'TISAI., AND YT. AND CANADA
ItAUiUOADS. The following persons
have been recently appointed Station
Agents, upon this road: Carlos U. Ste
vens, Alburgh Springs; Henry B. Slier-
man, (Jeorgia ; Ebenezcr E. l.owman,
Colchester; John Lincoln, .lonesvillo ;
Henry Whitcoinb, I'oltou ; and Lueius
Hiciii'oni). Tho tiodincl says that
the annual races on the Kichibrd Trot
ting Park will take place Saturday .July
4th. Messrs. Goddavd and Sweatland,
who have leased the course, oflor27o
in puivcri several ; horses are already
there in training, among which is Peter
McEnnang'sb. m. "Flora."
There are to be balls at the two hotels
in this place on tho evening ol (he .'Id
The meeting of tho board of directors
of the Franklin County Union Agricul
tural Society has been adjourned until
June l.'ith. at one o'clock p.m., attho
Lome Out. Our stieets are so pleas
ant these summer days that those who
come here for transient "mcrcantilo"
operations often rent the streets and cry
their goods in (hem. One. enterpiising
j n-ofe.-sor of Mercantile Elocution, Prof.
Jackson, made a variation m the prae-
tice to-day, and mounted on a carriage,
drawn by four horses, harangued tho
public about tho merits of Hughes' Pain
Paste ; and after making his triumphal
march, and gaining the ear of many, as
a matter of course, he commenced a
sale of his ware. Now, the otiroof pain
is something almost every ono wishes to
try, from time (o time, and if it can be
done by 1 luges' paste, people will bo
ant to llnd it out. Prof. Jackson orate
and sells near the American House at
7 o'clock this evening, and will remain
at t lie American three days. (lit
the Vermont Editors'
and Publishers' Association holds its
annual meeting at the Memplnemagog
House, Newport, Essay by Hon. C. W.
Willard, of Montpelior; poem by John
Cain of Rutland. On Friday tho Asso
ciation are to take an excursion through
Bask Ball. A match game of base
ball was played at Bellows Falls, Vt.,
on Saturday, between the Dartmouth
and Amherst College nines, for the
champion balls of the Colleges. Tho
amo was won by the Dartmouth Club,
tho score standing '37 to '20.
Aim'isalki). Mr. Hammond, against
whom a verdict of $-3,000 damages, and
costs, was brought in, in a suit of vrim.
con., at Mlddlebury last week, has ap
pealed to the supremo court.
Busixi:ss Chancik. Tho Montpelior
Journal, a very handsome, and well con
ducted daily, by the way, says that Mr.
James 11. Landon has sold his extensive
and valuable water powerand mill prop
cl-ty in Montpelior to Mr. Davison Taft,
mid retires from active business. It
notes his prosperous business career as
Thirty-six years ago Mr. Langdon
(hen under age began a very small
business as a dealer in Hour. Two years
later ho commenced the manuiacture oi
Hour, which business ho has steadily
followed till tho present time. From a
daily pruduction of two or three barrels
1.1, t 1..... 1'. .... I .. m, ii.i.i.
ino ousiness nas iiiuuo iuin.-ui.-u u luug
iniliiild nf tliron hundred barrels an in-
nronso of more than a hundred fold
c productions oi his mill havo at
lniliroil Hlmidnrd of ex
coilcneo unknown to any oilier Eastern
manufacturer. From such a small be
ginning, ny means oi weii-uiieoieu in
I. i it .1 I..
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f I I IKI IV. IM'llUlllll . ILIlll Llllll Willi UllUtl t
Vf"';' " , f' , u,on wtm tho dis
tr.timi ,,r iw,t,,ti, hMidlnir and bv
fUv tho wealthiest business man in our
community. There is one striking fact
wo havo often heard him mention
that there had been no year during his
tended business 'life in which there
was not a balance, of irrcater or smaller
amount, to carry to tho jirojit sido ol tho
lederer. This seems very remarkable
in a business so extended, and subject to
such unavoidable lluctuations.
RnI17Th7. vnt,..n nndiron-
Is! in town to-dav. lie appears to be in
oxcellont health and is much interested
in everything pertaining to nowspapoiY.
The Brooklyn (Tnhn of a recent date
Jerome llonkins. the coninoser nlan-
ist, is said to be engaged to be married.
The lady is reported to be an Albanian,
am me most nnrniv occoni iiisnen sneei-
nien of the fair sex in (hat good old
Dutch town, albeit not a "Dutchess."
The "when" is still undecided.
The Providence (II. I.) Journal thus
announces (lie deatli of an old College
friend of ours:
Uoorgo Diinon Kellogg, a brother of
the estimable Roetoi of Grace Church
in this city, died in Peru, N. Y,, on tho
nihilist, of a iiuhuonary dilllculty, su
perinduced by the luudsliiiis and ex
posure oi army serviee inning uiu iu
bellion. He latterly has held a position
in the internal revenue department in
New York, but last season spent some
months in Providence In the hope that
change of climate and air might have a
lavor.imc inmicncc unoii his heaim. lie
was a very genial anil companionable
man. no.-sessing a Hum ol general ihlor-
mation, and much ability and experien
ce as a writer for the newspaper press,
He graduated at the University ol er-
mont, class '5;!. He was son of Hon. 1).
O. Kellogg, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Rev. 11. M. Manley, formerly princi
pal of Troy Conference Academy, deliv
ered tho oration at tho dedication of the
soldiers' graves, at Richmond, Ya.,
It is stated thai Senator Ueverdy
Johnson, our new Minister to England,
will resign his place in the Senate in a
week and proceed immediately I hereaf
ter to his new post. He denies the state
ment that Charles Sumner secretly op
posed his confirmation. On the con
trary Mr. Sumner made a very feel
ing speech in favor of the appointment
of Mr. Johnson.
DHATir ok A Ru; Ox. One of the
pair of mammoth oxen, owned by Post
& Dunshee, of Hinesburgh, the Bur
lington Times, pays, died yesterday
morning. They were said to be the
largest in the country of their age, and
have been on exhibition for a year
past in various sections. Tho pair was
valued at $,'5,000, and were insured tho
nast season for S3.000: but the insur-
ance expired in March last and was not
A Montreal despatch informs theNew
York and Boston papers that 700 stand
of arms wore received at St. Albans
two or three days ago. Tf such an event
did take nlace. tho authorities here are
ignorant of it.
II. E. & S. 11. hnwis have this day,
Juno Sth, opened a large slock of Dress
Goods, comprising "Wash Poplins,
Tacko and Tripoli Cloths, coloied and
"White Piques, Sha.vls, Parasols and
Sun Umbrellas at reduced prices. 2,'ltf
J ho Chinese emperor, lourleon years
old. was married on tho 2ih of March.
One hundred and twenty of tho finest
ladies in tho realm were presented to
the boy's mother, lrom whom she se
lected lur future daughter, subject,
however, to the veto ol the emperor.
Q" "Barrett's Vegetable Hair Pvcstor-
itive" took the First Premium over all
competitors at the New Hampshire
State Fair. It stands coniesscdly with
out a lival throughout the country, and
is driving all oilier preparations lrom
the market. I'hihulclnliia Publto
At IIilei)aik, Juno l-l, Diana Hyde, wiiu o.
Dr. J. .1. Meigs, ami daughter of tho Into Ma.
It. 11. Hyde
In liiu-liiii'tiin, Juno
lDlh Stonhan NN'hitnoy,
aged 07 ycai'd.
OUlt eutiro btocU of Tin, Hlioot-irou and (Jop
Dur .iue. Also a uood asHortniout of
(.'ool;. Parlor, and Ilox Htovos. llouo furnish
ing uooilii, a Hott 'Unman Tools, .vo., an oi
which 'wo will soil at a low iiguro for cash.
Trade well established. Tor further particulars
. iv. i.vau uo.
rarrarri Oldliloclc, North jlaiu Ktreel, St. Al
bans, t. (UiiiWU-tl
Stale of Vermont.
Oitiui: or HuniuT.utv or Ht.vti:, )
Nortliliold, Juno 1, lb(.8.
Sealed proposals are hereby invited for print-
mg tne loiiowiug Mate uut'iuurais, to w ii :
lorls ol tlie Autlitor oi Aeeounts, Adjutant and
UiHneetor Oeneral. OuartermaHtor General, Sur-
iieant al arms, ltaiiroad CouuniHaionor, CommiB-
inisaioner of tho Insano, Directors, Suporinton
dent and Chanlain of the Stato rrison. Trusteca
of tho Yennont Itoforin School, and Trust coa of
the UniverMity oi Vermont and htato Agricultu
ral College, in tho general form and btylo of tho
Lawuof Yeriiuint, forlHii", to he IjuuiuI in ono
volume and delivered at tlie ollico of tho Havre-
tary of State, in Moutpelier, on or before tho
llrst Monday lollowing the tiecomi Tliursiday pi
Also, tho ltenort of tho Hoard of hducation in
tlie hame form and btvle, hound in a Biiigio vol-
niue. and to be delivered in tlio uamo timo and
Also, tho Annual Seion Laws qf 18(53, in tlio
same style, bound in n uingli) voluiuo, and to ho
ready lor distribution on or uoioro tno nrst any
of January. lHtii),
Also, tho Henalo and IIouso Journals, in tho
Humo general form and Htylo of those of 1507, to
be bound lit separate volumes, mid ready ior
distribution on or befc re tlie llrst day of .May,
Details of contractu will ho governed m all
narticulara hy tho provisions of No. 01. of tho
pamphlet Laws of 18(17, lo vhiuh parties inter
ested are lespeetinuy roiorred.
DlanU proposals for bids will be furnished at
unco io pai ues iiusiiiui; lu oilier nuo cumiaci uu
any part oi mis won;.
The njjht to reject all or any proposals, an may
he deemed for tho interest of tlio State, is heroin-
d2Siw2203v Secretary of State.
LKAYIS.VS, 'Successor to II. II. llow-
man.l l'lour and Grain Morehant. Clioico
hraiuls of Hour always on hund at low prices.
St. Albans, May 15, 18US. ld-tr
DEWEY, NOBLE & CO'S
I N S U 11 V N 0 E
.ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY OF
caimtai. and sim plus. $ ,w.i,? 1:1 :it.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF
CAPITAL A.Vl) SUUPIiUS, Jo'i.'t.Ntm K.
II ART FOH D FIRE INS. COMPANY
01' HAHTTQIU), CONN.,
CAIMTAI. AM SUllPI.l'S, S!J,llIO,OOI 110
INS. COMPAN Y NORTH AMERICA
CAPITAL AXIJ SUIIPLUS, ,yj,m)0,l(0 1)11.
NIACARA I'M RIO iNSURANlMO CO,
OK NUNS' YOltK.
CAPITAL AM) KUUPLVS, (sl,.-ll(.0(ll) 00
SECURITY INSURANCE CO. OF
AM) SUllPLUS, 1
LOBILLARDFIRE INS. COMPANY
OK NKNN YOliK,
CAPITAL AXIJ SmiPLUS, &I.50D.000 Oil
NOUTlf AMEltlCAN I'M RE IN. CO
OF NKNV YOltK,
V.WITAI. AXD .SUJil'l.dS, 7.r.il,tl(i0 00,
COBN EXCHANGE INS. COMPANY
OK NKNV YOltK,
CI 1'1'J'A 1. AXU SI'lU'i.C.S 550,(i0i) (II)
NORT1 AM KB 1 CAN F1HE INS. CO
01' ll.SltTl'Ojll), CONN.,
VM'lTAl. AXJ SUIU'IA.'fi, '.WIVIOO 111,
BOGElt WILLIAMS INS. COMP'Y
OK 1'IIOYIDKNOK, It. I.,
CI 1'ITA I, AXJ Sir!I'LI'. S'iiu,:j.,H Hi
C1LENS FALLS 1NSUBANCE CO
Ol'ViLKNf1 FAIJ-S, N. Y.,
(Wl'lTAi. A XI) srill'LUV, 218,tl2!) 18.
yim iUn jial i110 hihuraneu otVeetod at this Agon
ev in any of tho ahovo well known Companies.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF
Tho Oldest and Largest Mutual lusurappo Com
pany in tho Unted States,
Lift: and Accident Insnnuicti
Either seperately or coiuhiued, at the lowest
rates of Premium in tlio
TRAVELLER'S INSURANCE CO.
OV IIAltTrOltl), CONN.,
VA 1'ITA I AXD ASSETS, 1,000,000 00.
All losses promptly attended to and Bottled at
this Afjeney. J.avjc .SVciirWi, Fair Profit, and
Insurance to auy amount ollectod on 'lip io.n
DEYVEY, NOBLE k CO.
Ofileo corner Lalip, and Main St., Ht. Albans,
ltepnldlcan rnioii State Convention
A Itopublieau Union State Convention will ho
liulil at llniliiiKton, on Wednesday, July 1st.
180S". nt it o'clock. A. 31.. to nominate Camll-
dates for novcrnov, Lieutenant Governor and
treasurer, to lie supported at the State election
in ("cptombpr next; also to nominate two Pre
sidential electors at large, to be supported in
uie coming lTcstdentiai election.
1'lie Itepublicaii Union voters nf tills state are
invited to bo represented in the Convention by
their dclctrat ex. to ho chosen tmoti tho linttiu of
ono dolcgaio from each town, and an addition
al delegate lor every ono Hundred ami liny
voles east for tho Itepuhliean candidate for (Inv
entor at the last Stato election.
X lie Delegates or their Substitutes will provide
themselves with proper credentials, signed by
tho Secretaries of tho respective primary meet
liKouoi: NV. Clin.vnr.Y
0. NY. Wu.i.Aiti
11. 1). li.uims
(1. 11. l!r.Ni;nicT
NY. W. OnotiT
D. II. llAU.HY
NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT.
ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 868,
Will inn from St. Albans to Sheldon, as fol
Leave St. Alhatis every d:iv nt 1 iiVhmk li. in.
,Nrrivo at Sheldon at i o'clock p. m.
boavo Slieldon at 8 o'clock a. m. Arrive at SI
Albans at 10 o'clock a. m.
II. JKNN1SON, 1'ropriotor.
St. All.aiiH. May 2jth, 1SC8. dlfi-tf
You Nvill Find ;i av'o Assort moiit
F' .A. jST S ! !
Differ out Styles mid Prices
Opposite the Park.
E. V. (JALLAH.
Xhavo recently relilted my mar
snjipliedwitli tho host of
Sa ii ti
S moled Href.
Tabic SMicudos of t!ic Season
Now on hand, a nice lot of
SUGAR OF RED HAMS
iel as s f t s x-i ,
3t.l!li Kl tun,
SI. Albans, Jlay 15, 1SH3.
Morton & Percy's,
PIVOT ACTION BRACE
A Minoiior Suspender for Skirts or I'ants! An
uuemialed brace for tho Shoulders. Always
Susiiendor. A brace or not at pleasure. Its
simplicity, durability, eabo and convenience
commend it to every Lady, Gentleman, or Youth
Kxamiuo for yourself, and ho convinced that all
heroin stated is true. 1'nces, 70 cents, si uu,
1 'i., n 0U. ld-tr
In tlio best Companies, by
Ollice over NN'ecks' store.
Plioniix Mutual Life Insurance Co,,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
A favorahlo oimoi'tuuitv is presented to oner
rotio and reliable business men who can dovoto
their entire timo to tho business, to represent
this old, staunch, and most successful Liio Com
pany, in unoccupied territory in tho Stato of
Vermont. Tlio many popular features peculiar
to tho l'liieuix Mutual, and tho tfreat advantages
it oners to tho insm-ins public its freedom from
restrictions on travel and occupation Its non
forfeitable) policies -its liberal premium system
tlio economy of tho manii(,' nient, and its laruo
annual dividends, render it tho most proiitablo
UUlUfniiy 10 (Vjeui uesiious ui icuoiua u mum
SOlUO competency itv uicir umuijuinu ami .-j.i
irv. Apply to 0. L. 11ABC0(;K,
State Audit I'luenix Mutual hitolns, Co.
dG-tf Union Block, Butliind, Yt
Notice to Farmers.
ITNOlt SALE by tho subscriber, tlio latest im
' proved lichtest draught and best Mowini
Machines in tlio world, and tlio now and latest
improved Horso Hay ltalco, Manufactured by tho
ICnillbn Mowing Machine Co.,, NVorcoster, Mass.
I will supply all extraa nocossary to repair said
Machines. All wanting Machines will do well to
call and examine tho Machinery before purchas
inii any other.
N. 1'. Leach, ot Sheldon, in authorized to iv
ceivo orders for tho above Machines.
GEO, Y. KIEiDEH.
Swuiiton, May 2Gtl.i, 18G.8, 218-2ins
7l the ViiuhoiiI VaHi) VViiiiScr.
FEOM SOUTH AMERICA.
THE CACOS REPULSED,
Salnavo Cavalry Aftrwards
WAR MEASURES ON FOOT.
Mr. Chas in Richmond.
lie Will Accept the Deniocralic Nom
ination, Nhvv". YoitK, .Tunc 10.
Tho latostiulvicea from South America
are to tlie etlbet that on the 3d of June
111 attack was made upon the position
held hy iSalnave hy the Cucoh, and re
pulsed. All tlie prisoners taken hy Sal
nave Avero slain. Subsequently Sal
nave's cavalry were defeated, and Sal
nave retired lo the northeast suburbs of
tho town. lie sent a deputation of his
guards to the leader of the Southern re
volutionists lo effect a compromise, lie
proposed to retain his oilice three years,
and give tho ministry to the Southern
generals, and that the army of tho
South should enter immediately into the
city, and join with him in repelling the
Cacos. These propositions were indig
Toiionto, June 10.
Until blanches, regulars and volun
teers, of the special forces, are in excel
lent condition and organization. A
large quota of volunteers will be drafted
in Hamilton and London, as service
batallions, to tako Held when required.
Complete provision has been made for
sudden attempts to cut the telegraph
and burn bridges. A large quantity of
war materials has been forwarded to
Nhw Yoioc, June 10.
A lUcliinond, Va., special despatch
says authority has been given to slate .
that Chief Justice Chase will accept the
Democratic nomination and platform,
embodying universal suffrage. Air.
Chase, who is now in Itichmond, re
ceives numerous letters daily from lle-
publicans in the north offering to co
operate witli the Democratic party in
case lie is tlie nominee, and tlie platform
is of tlie kind setfortli. Henry A. Wise
and Mr. Chase visited the African
church in Richmond together on Sun
day, and heard divine service.
DiHiAWAiu:, Canada, June 10.
Thomas Jones and his daughter Eliza
beth have been convicted to-day, of tho
murder charged upon them.
Gold 1 ,40 J.
SEIZUBE AND SALE. Tho
Jl followiiiK described property
by Otlicora of tlio Customs for violation of tho
ltovenuo Laws of tho United States, viz:
At Balicrslield, Juno )1, 1808, one Bay Mare.
Said property will bo sold at public miction at
tho Custom IIouso, NN'est Berkshire, Vt., on
NVodnesdav, June, 21th, 1803, at 11 o'clock, u. m.
GEO. J. STANNAHD,
Collector of Customs,
Custom House, District of Yennont, Collec
tor's Oflico, BurliiiHtou, Juno 15, 1808. d30-lw
BIII.I.1NERV GOODS 1
MISS F. C. APPLET0N
Desires to inform her patrons and ladies of St.
Albans and vicinity that she has recently add
ed to her stock of
New and Seasonable Goods
In her line, and grateful for past favors, would
respectfully solicit a continuance of tho same,
anil hopes bv a careful attention to the various
styles of both
MiUino'n and J)rcss Maliltw,
To merit in a nieaswro tho very tlattering ex
pressions of satisfaction bestowed heretofore by
those acquainted witli her work. 215-tf
SACK COATS l'Oll SPUING, ro to
NYM. N. SMITH ,t CO'S.
I HAVE bought Mr. J. H. Leonard's interest
in tho linn of Leonard Brainerd A Co. and
will continue, tlio business at tlio old stand whero
I shall bo glad to sco old friends and many now
ones. All accounts duo Leonard, Brainerd k Co.
will bo not tied by me and must bo paid immedi
ately. It. Bii.UNtaiu.
St. Albans, MuyO, 18C3. ld-2w
mltICOr Baiila aiul Vest at
X VM. N. SMflil It CO'S.
FOB SriUNG OYEBCOATS OF ALL KINDS,
go to YM. N. SMITH, CO'S.