VERMONT JDA.IJ,Y rr.RANSORIPT5 JUNE LI, 18GS.
Vermont Daily Transcripti
Vi:inksia.y, Junk 17, 1808.
A New Minister.
The Hon. Rcvimly Johnnon, the re
cently appointed "ttlnteler to England,
who succeeds the Hon. Charles Frauds
Adams, called on tho President on tho
14th Instant, and accepted the position.
For many yearn a Democrat , Mr. John
Kin Iiuh paid no divided allegiance to
the Union, and has accepted, with cer
tain modifications, the congressional
thcorv of reconstruction, and has acted
"Let (in llavo react'.'
It lt a remarkable fact, that the let
ters In which tho Republican candidates
formally accept the noininatifins ten
dered them, each closes with he one
word which so emphatically expresses
the longing of the American heart to
day, " Pence !"
The people nk for national concord and
tics ace. and exnect to ohtain it, in the
manlier clearly indicated by Vice-Pre
1oht YVisi.mnhton, Pimxc n -The
people of Pro-colt, opposite Ogdens-j
burgh, probably feel quite wife from any
in opposition to the obstinate course of (o 1)t,!U,0 ujvorrt.li prosperity, con
atltaek of the ienlans, and tho feeling is j 3,000 WORTH OF GOODS
noucsecned ny tlio proiuiDiliiy tniitllie
Fenians do not intend to make an at
tack this summer. The Prceott Tele
graph fays :
Within the last few days the garrison
at Fort "Woiliimton has neon consider-
sldent Colfax. They respond to the tit- ' ably strengthened by the accession of
teranee of General Urant, "Lei us nave more trooops belonging to the It. C. 1U-
t) ,,.tl Iwxifti iivnhiiiinl Inn . I I nu M'lwi IVrnvi llii.li nnw miwlyl Imr uu
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I'lie war cnieitan oi ine iiiiuoii upuiiH u noes, oi veteran i-oiuiers, nearly an oi large teK of minus ut
whom havo seen service in many climes i ' niut eccoud-imnd
and on many a well fought Held, and .n . r . T
armed as tliey are with the lest breech READY-MADE CLOTHING.
loading rine in tne world, would do,
found amply sulncionl, to repel llllv
AUCTION SALE!! wwm bkown, rAwny rocerxes'
SA DBLEll Yu CA It MA GE, ,
III thr cumill'iilinii" Mollis over
A. S. Hyde's Store:
MAIN STJtl.UT, ST.
Lvcry daj nl pihatc yiU. and ovoiili'g nt
linii, until till' stock In mild.
The nbicliher will noil
the new campaign with an invocation
to peace ! General Grant won for the nu
firm. IliroitL'h arnifi. what could never
havo been attained for it in any other
mnuner. l'losiueni wraui win uring n
ns above Imllcati 1, a
Auction CMiimUtliiR of
the President in many respects, while,
however, he did not consider his acts
impeachable. If Mr. Johnson had not
the conlidence of both parties alike, he
would not have received the flattering
compliment of a unanimous vote, con
tinuing his nomination, and without
having his nomination referred to a
committee, as is usual. We belivo him
eminently fitted for the position which
he has accepted. The London press
speaks of his appointment in a manner
showing that in the country and capi
tal to which lie goes, lie. will be cordi
ally welcomed. Despatches by the ca
ble, .lime lClb, say :
The Bath News to-day has an edito
rial article 'on the subject, stating that
the long experience, training, and high
character of Mr. Johnson are guaran
tees that he will represent the United
States as a whole and not sectionaliy.
Tho Times dotes a lengthy article
with tl-e following words: "No envoy
could bo sent here who would be hailed
witli more conlidence as tne Honored
spokesman of a great nation. The un
animous ratification of his nomination
by the Senate is an unexampled testi
monial. His intellect is admirably
trained to discuss tho pending or proba
ble issues with precision, impartiality,
dignity of character, breadth of learn
ing, and charm of manner."
Tito ministry of Mr. Adams has been
a very successful and creditable one, and
returning to this country he can "re
port progress." Mr. Johnson, who has
been in active life all through the re
bellion, and who is fresh in knowledge,
of a minute as well as general kind, of
our condition and feelings, is well fitted
to carry on the affairs of the mission
with the British Government. The
change of ministers, without being ab
solutely necessary is fortunate.
The Montreal Baity News, in a well
written article, advises, or rather points
out to the Democrats that their only
hope of success in the campaign this
fall Is in making Mr. Chase their can
didate. The following extracts from its
article are reproduced lor the benefit of
the cogitators of that party :
The Democrats have long been exclud
ed from power, and if they fail on the
x.rcocui. oijuuaion, which they assuredly
will do. if they peril success by declin
inir assistance tinued with Republican
antecedents. thev must be doomed to
four years of inaction. Lust year they
were willing to adopt Grant, ami lor a
considerable period it seemed as if he
meditated casting in his fortunes with
them. Had he done so, the chanced in
his favor wero almost reduced to a cer
Should the Democrats prefer beating
Grant, to consulting the ultras oi tncir
party, they will enlist Chime on their
ul.ln ltrwiiiiiUf. -fltnf llnl llir. Sinilfll lift flfl-
mined to vole or excluded in either case
lie will bring to their assistance impor
tant and powerful allies.
Mr. Pendleton and Generals McClel-
lan and Hancock have partisans, and
tho first is popular in tiie "West and
South-Vcst; but the Democratic party,
thousrh it can count on the Pendleton
men, when a nomination is made, can-
- not exclude Mr. cnasc and expect tne
Conservative Republicans to vote for
one known as Peace Democrat. If the
Democrats intend to light out the bat-
UU J1 lilttHi blikii. l intnn 1iMiiru
is to forget and forgive, and ndopt Chief
Tin: Living Aarc. Littell's Living
Age, published each Saturday by Lit
tie & Gay, 30 Bromlield street, Boston,
at $8 per year, comes out this week in
new type, and full of good articles and
stories. If this was not, and had not
been, one of tho bent publications, it
could not havo lived to announce Its
hopes for the second century of its ex
istence, which will commence with the
now year. The publishers offer for clubs
of five subscribers, and $40, a set of
Home's Introduction to the Bible, in
four largo volumes, unabridged. The
book is ono of the most valuable, as
most men of a reading habit know, or
Littcll & Lay issue in neat and cheap
form many of the stories that appear
first In America in tho columns of the
Age. These among story readers should
Tin: Cioaii Stoiiv. Tho Grant and
Colfax cigar story has got into tho pa
pers incorrectly, and this is really what
occurred : The Speaker wasattho head
quarters tho morning before tho nomin
ation, reading to tho General his Chica
go telegrams up to midnight, which tho
General had wished to see. Both wero
smoking, and the General asked,
"Where do you get these cigars that aro
named lor j'ou l Tliey suit my tasto ex-
oniy of administration, and the reduc
tion of the public debt; all the inevit
able consequences of the policy he lays
down, (he enforcement of the Chicago
j t ...ill
platform, and tne execution oi tne win
of the people.
"Lot us-have peace." Four years of
civil war, and four years of political
strife. An armed minority, strongly
fortified, for four years held the majori
ty of the people at bay, and kept the
country in bloody strife. That same
minorilv, intrenched in tho nation's
strongest hold, hasinvolved us inanoth
er four years' struggle, as disastrous to
property, if not to life, and as seriously
straining to the tenacity of our institu
tions. It is lilting that lie who led the na
tion's ho.-ts in its struggle for actual ex
istence, should now liollioir chosen lead
er in the contest for its true life. There
are but two arbiters of our nation's des
tiny, the sword and the ballot-box. The
foes of freedom sought to crush its
friends by a resort to the former, and
failed. They then debauched the head
of the nation, and through a prolonged
struggle have continued the turmoil.
They now appeal to the ballot-box. If
they succeed there, it but intensifies the
struggle. H they lose, then freedom
and peace achieve a final triumph.
Harmony and wisdom in our nation
al councils will restore the hope and
confidence the country needs in order
that prosperity and peace may follow.
A rresideiiL in wnose sagacity, modera
tion and prudence wcean place implicit
trust, acting in harmony with Congress,
uul Congress with the people, pursuing
i nolicv oi economy, anil impartial re
cognition of the rights of all, cannot fail
in bringing us a lasting peace.
'I'lin nrnvni' i( lin lintion is. " 1 j((. IIS
have peace'." And they ask it, and will
receive it from General Chant. Al
Pkussian' Gossip. Tho New Vork
Sun thus records and disproves the credi
bility ol a piece ot gossip concerning a
celebrated literary gentleman :
Tho newspapers are publishing with
undisguised satisfaction a preposterous
story concerning our distinguished fel-
low-citizen, tne lion, ueorgo jjancroii-,
now American Minister at the Court of
Berlin. They say that Mr. Bancroft,
whose locks are silvered with the snows
of nearly seventy winters, is over head
and ears in love with a rather homely
l.til ..oily oiunri .lttii-n wn nr I r.yorhpor.
the composer, and is daily at her moth
er's house, paying a sort of literary and
sentimental devotion to the young lady.
The other dav. as the tale runs, no was
taking a walk with her and some other
ladies in tno Tinorgarien, wnen a nuiy
and two cavaliers, all mounted on
splendid horses, passed them at a full
gallop. "How magnificent that looks,"
exclaimed Miss Meyerbeer! "how I en-
vv that ladv lor being so good a horse
woman." ""Why do you not ride on
horseback, Miss Meyerbeer?" asked
Bancroft. "Because I havo nobody to
ride with me, and a lady, you know
cannot take rides without a cavalier.'
"J shall learn to ride." said Bancroft,
"and in four weeks you shall have a
cavalier." Bancroft, says the report,
l.-imt lilu wnril l")(iiiir Ihk Kivtv-oifrlli
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years, he took riding lessons, and on the
1st ot May ho and cecum luoyeroeer
wero seen on horseback in the Thier-
garten. How absurd this story is, will
at once appear to every person who has
frequented the Central Park atany time
during the last dozen years. Mr. uan
croft's erect, striking figure, mounted
on n stout bay horse, has been familiar
in tho rides of the Park, in all sorts of
weather, ever since it was first opened
to the public, in lact, no nas been
skilful horseman these forty years, and
only a malicious lovo of gossip would
have trumped up such a ridiculous
tory against him.
Sui'li iiH l'antH, Vi-ctf, 'nuts, il-i'. Also, HlllB-M-ls
Ciirpi tiiiK. Oil I lotli. mill lltmli Cn rpotliiK-Alt-o,
n lot of l iuii-y (SuikIm of cci,v (Ichciiptliia,
too liunuTous to liii-nttnii. A line lot of
times their number of Fenian assailants
supposing it possible for the latter to as
sail! the place. Several heavy guns
have been mounted on the works with
in the past few days, which completely
command every avenue to approach.
The fort may therefore be regarded as
impregnable to any attack which an ar
my of mere filibusters, however numer
ous, could make upon it. Lying off the
town, or cruising up and down the riv-1
er, wiihlneasy hail, one or the other of ' LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST,
our mm, iifini nun' jriiuiHmi im mil
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Kliiilii-r DonnctH. Album, Satinotts, Lawns,
niul nl'out cvti-.vtliiiifj that j-ooplo want, nnil
want at tln ir own j'l ici h.
(1-21-lt Projiiii'tor ami Aifoiloin cr.
tantlv on the watch. Armed to the
teeth with the best weapons that mod
ern science can furnish, and manned by
noble British tars whose fame for un
daunted valor is as imperishable as the
sea, these gunboats would make short
work of any Fenian flotilla that might
chance tonppenranywhore within range
of an Armslrog gun. Besides, if neces
sity should arise, a large force of volun
teers also armed with tho Snider En
field, could be assembled here in a few
hours to support the regulars. With
such preparations it is pretty certain
that theFinnegans, whatever they may
do elsewhere, will give Piescott a rather
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OI-' IlAUTFOiil), CONN.
i ml.' it'
Roods of 0VPfy llPKPiiiti()ii, lii (lif. nboviHIilifr to
be found in the Slato. Ab ..ircnts for the lnruotit
lU'lliliK l-'nctorien, wn l.ccp :iuinly of
Of all nlpsimlinnd. Wo offur a lull and com-
jilcto nttortinont of ,
Carriage and ffanuvn JMvvn' Supptiun,
lid aro conslailtlv l-iinpK'Inrr pmiaiiriiiiimilu nC n.
HUju'iiiir nrtlclo of Oal; niul lloniTock UariiiHS
Lcatlicr. Patent Collar and linnet, drain and
Split Sl(ii-!iii and Winker. Hard and xott Danli ,
iiinaineiei u i Ton and
G Jl A IX HOOT L E A Til Ell.
GAHPKTIXG AND OIL CLOTH,
Wliieli we offer nt a low canli llyme.
MeClOWAN ,t 1I110WN,
niivrniMiuAM ji'iiowak. St. AlliaiiH, VI.
Messrs. Scolicld & -Yincont ,
LAKH STBEHT, ST. ALBANY,
ITS ASSETS ARE NEARLY
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Political. The New York World
says in its reporting columns: "If tho
feeling for Chase among the rank and
file increases as rapidly in otner sec
tlons as it does in this vicinity, it will
havo (rameu sucli a Headway ny tlie
time that tho Convention assembles
that his nomination will be a "necessi
ty." In its leading editorial, on tho
o'ther hand, it says: "With thooninions
which lSr. Chase continues to hold, ho
is by Jar tooxigaeious and clear-siglitcd
a politician to suppose that the Demo
cratic party can havo any serious
thought of making him its candidate for
President." Wo suppose the believing
readers of the World pay their money
and take their choice.
The Lancaster(Pa.) Intelligencer late
Buchanan organ opposes Chase's nom
ination and says tho "chief competitors
will lio Pendleton, Hancock and Hend
ricks, with chances in favor of one of
tho two last named."
It is stated that a Chase mass meeting
is to be held in Now York.
Governor English of Connecticut says
ho will not bo a candidate either for the
Pre.-idency or tho Yico Presidency. Ex.
EQyTho Now York Tribune, with
unusual wisdom and fairness, says:
"Wo wish the democrats would nomi
nate the chief justice, for that would de
cidedly simplify tho work of reconstruc
tion and bring us much nearer the close
!of the threadbare controversy. Yrith
Lath Intiu.lkiknck khom this Ck io
ta xs. L. B. Bodocanachi who accom
panied Dr. y. U. Howe tot! recce, has
returned to this country. He left Crete
about six weeks since, and he represents
the people still unbroken in spirit and
determined, notwithstanding their mis
fortunes, to make the land free or leave
their bones among the mountains.
riiere are still nlty thousand men in
inns. Over 75,000 women and children
have left Crete for (J recce, and some
sixty-seven thousand women and child
ren are living in caves and subsisting at
times, when supplies scut them from
this country and Jtdigland tail tlieni, on
roots and herns. The soldiers are reduc
ed to the smallest rations, 01 pounds of
Hour heing a month's allowance. iUr.
Rodocanachi has. during along sojourn,
been of invaluable service to the Cre
tans, and his recital of tho sufferings of
this nouie people, and tne outrages com
mitted by the Turks arc most thrilling.
N e believe the lnend ol ureto will in
sist upon an opportunity to hear fom
his own lips an account of scenes of
which lie was an eye witness, for no re
port can do mm justice. jsoston Journal.
BSayRovolallons recently made con-
CCllllll tlilaK.-j .- imlliiig In XtlCll-
mond, Va., show that the corruption of
Government olllcials is an asscntial ele
ment in the process by which tho frauds
are consummated. .It was proved on a
trial m that city, beloro Cluol Justice
Chase, commenced last week, and not
yet concluded, that four distilleries
agreed to pay $30,000 per annum for the
privilege oi snipping nve-sixtiis ot all
the winsKcy they might distil lrco ol
Government tax. This money was paid
to the internal revenue ollleors ot the
district, and the amount of tax from
winch it purchased exemption was
$230,000. These developments, coupled
with those oi the Calhcot trial, abun
dantly explain how it is that whiskey,
which, witli cost and tax, cannot be
made for less than $2,40, is sold every
day in market at 1,40.
Tiik Moxnoi: Doctiiixk. Prussia,
Doing anxious to ijcconio a nrst-rate na
val power, is reported to have sent an
enimissary to the Caribbean sea, to ne
gotiato for the purchase of a port to be
used as a naval station, lie selected Li
mon, Costa llica, as the best adapted for
the purpose, and a communication was
addressed to the Government of Costa
Rica, proposing a negotiation for the
errant of the port to the Prussian Gov
eminent. The Costa RicanGovernment,
however, refused to accede to the solici
tations so llatterinirly presented, and
made a pointed allusion to tho "Monroe
dootrinc," tho principles of which are
declared in the answer to bo "aeknow
lodged by all America."
NEARLY TWO MILLIONS
AND CONSTANTLY INCIUIASINO.
Annual Dividends, (i() Per Cent.
f1iwlitftl'fmfti-k tic dlwi 1 mil "iifi i n iirin
actly." Tho Speaker replied that a Re- iR,0 fol. president on anv platform which
publican German, naniei Henry Bornd, ho eoiU(l at.cot without a forfeiture of
at Danbury, Conn., had named them
for him ; and he, with other congress
men used them exclusively. The Gen
eral immediately wrote a letter ordering
n thousand, and, as ho has not tho frank
ing privilege, tho Speaker said as tho
jotter was for Colfax cigars ho would
depart from his usual rulo of not frank
ing letters for others, and franked it.
When It reached Danbury, tho German
liml (lwi R.inlililir-nil nniiif iilntou fur Pi-n.
aident and Vice-President on one lotter. J adversity.
self-respect, the "nigger would become
tno negro or rather, ho would cease to
bo a distinct element of tho political sit
uation. Wo might thereafter leave him
out of tho question, and proceed unem
barrassed with thogravo though hither
to less urgent problems of finance, debt,
taxation, and industrial progress."
ifejy Thogcm cannot bo polished with
out frielipii, nor inun perlecled without
Ifclt" Gen. Logan's proposition that if
tho Government will permit, either of
ino western .-states will taico up the
Captitol, Treasury Building, Post-Of-
lice, Patent Oilice, and other public edi
Hcos nt "WnHlim.c'tnn niul oi, t limn ilmen
stone for stone, just as they are, and al
any point in tho West the Government
may deem most eligible as a site for the
national capitpl, without a dollar of na
tional cost, is worthy of that enterprise
.,...1 IH...111. . ... . i . ..
turn --mini unu removes mountains"
which aro the glory of the rising "West
If Gen. Logan will, as an amendment
oiler to bring Pike's Peak from the
Rocky Mountains and locate it amomr
tho prairies of Illinois, by way of siteand
prospect for tho now Capitol, it would
bo hardly modest in the Government to
decline his proposition. Tribune.
BQy Have you seen Prangs Chroino ?
uiu uaiicn iiucKct," "falconer and
Tsruie," at n. Jjivingston & .Sons.
o Vccotablo Y-M
Wat decided br tho N. II. Stata lllr
I And is now conceded bv tho tmbllo to ha 1
tlie trr bcit Trciiaration for Iteitoring
Gray cr faded Hair to It orlplual color) J
uwi ana jjauuruuianu lot urcsMng c)
wiivi uvuuiu; (i iuu 1 1 uti ( i is irea "kj i
nuni uoiiouaui iiniPi. uufi nnt. jl
kinui uiu jiiici l&uric. iuu K'A
JCk lcnc tho Hcaln CLEAN, , A
ry. GLOSSY-. 0V
' i. Mil. f 1 1 1 ry. a."
J. R. BARRETT Hi CO,, Proprietor!,
lIAJi'CIIXSTElt, V, u,
Sold by all Druggists.
Ml ltn Policies nro Koii-l'oi'lVitin'' I No lv
Htiiulion on Travul, Location or Kmnlovinont 1
Dividi'iiiln upon tho full l'loinitunH paid on all its
Notes taliun it ik'Hii'i'd for half of tho l'lcmiuiii
for tho Hist four years, and in oaaool death,
they arepaid liy the Dividends anil jjiven
up and not deducted from the Policy,
The Full Amount ol' Insurance is Paid.
it lian paid in liiMse.-i to Us Policy Holder over
ij uKMiuo, nun lias never contested a claim
during tho 17 years of its existence No
extr.i Premiums charged for insuring.
Females, Uailroad Employees or Seamen
A Policy in tho Pinusix is pioperly called a
Whole World Policy. It permits tho insured to
travel or lesido at will niivwliero in tho United
States or Europe, at any M'a.son of Ihu year,
without extra cnargu.
NELSON H ARMINGTOIM, Agent,
Eor 1'ianliliti, Clrand Isle and Lamoille counlies
V: Ij. JSAIICOCK, State Agent,
TE would civo ihis nolico to our former
' friends and natrons, that on and after tho
1st day of .7 iiiic, ISf.S, we shall acll our goods
ONE PRICE !!
Having had sullicicnt experience in tho credit
system of doing business, we have concluded to
mal:o a cnange, unit try tno L'ash Kystem oe
lieiug that wo can sell our goods cheaper bv
adopting such a rulo Although a novelty in St
Aloans, wo aro determined to try ine plan. Y
have on hand a large htocl; of
READY MADE CLOTHING
Which under this plan wo will avreo to sell 1
jut -cnt le.st than any other linn in town thai
do business on tlio credit system.
Tako notico and govern yourself accordingly,
SMITH & FOSTER,
ito, a , da nnow block
w217-am St. Albans, Yt. d7-lm
ii:am:h ix am. ui.sns or
First Class Groceries !
DAKJtOW DI.OCIC, ST. AIjllANS, VT.
Consisting in part of
GOODS AT ONE DOLLAR
Foreign and Doniestiu Manufacturers'
for tlio salo of
At an coual price of
For each nrticUi. Our goods aro all xi:v and of
llrat claws ipiality, direct lroin tlio Manu
iacturers. ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL ! !
Quarterly Circular, Slay 1st just published.
Oil' Agents wanted every where, and satisfac- ,
lion guranteed in all cases. Greater induce
ments than ever. Agents can casilv innUo $25 to
$100 per week. Circulars sent freo' to any ad-1
mess. ciiAa. ijivixw .v l u,
d'J-13t) Manufacturers' Agents,
Ci aiicl CO Federal Ktroet, llostou, Mite.
di:oiior. w: ihkiwn.
Of ililVi'H lit patterns.
F U R. N I T D R E
Of all kinds, jus! recLhed, at
II. UV1NOKTOX & HONS.
THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE
riMlE sub.Jciibor olfers for .ale to the people of
I (j. ...... i.'......l.t:.. i. . i vr.. ..
very wen neiecieii siock oi cnuice
Drugs, I'Sicmicah', E'siisoitls &c
Peifinueries and Fancy Arliclef irelierallv such
ih are kept in a iut class (;ity Drug Store.
I'A TEXT M EDIL'XES.
IIAI1! llKSTOKEKS.-MiH. Allen's. Hall's
Itmgs, Maltha Washington, Webster's, Sterl
ings, liarrett V, Nhcdd's, -Mexican vc. .ve.
.'onstaiitly keep on hand o' freslii''
I" I,: Slip-
' FAMILY GROCERIES,
Flour, Grain, Feed,
Butter, Pork, Fish,
Anil indeed an assortment ii.iu,I-Uiu, r ..
too liuuieroiH to niimliou, but all such as aid
needed for family puii, and at tho most reayona
ole priors. Call and c.vamhio our mIivL- ,m,l
prices, and satisfy yourselves.
SI. Albans, May l'J,
SCOFIHlil) ,V YINCKXT,
1) aU rs In alll kinds of
(x 11 O C E E I E S
LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS,
First door above tin- SI. Albans House, keeii
constantly on hand a full assortment of
( 'oiisiMting of
Of all Kinds:
And all hoi in or articles usuallv kept In business
of their kind. Highest fash price paiil for all
kinds of country Produce.
Such as pure spices, Cream Tartar, Soda,
tard, Soaps, Flavoring Extracts, Farina,
Klnveli. Whcnteii OHIm .'.-i,
Pt'twriptitHM Carefully I'rcjtaretl
And Druggists' and Physicians' orders solicited.
This store will not bo undersold by anv on goods
of the same ipiality, but will sustain, at all
events, its reputation for eheanness and' relia
bililv, and in nil cut-os Wo shall be liappv to re
ceive our customers, ami wait on them with
proper euro and attention.
Ur, A. M. Plant, lato of Milton, will be pleated
to receive all bis friends and acquaintances. ,
ST. ALBANS LIQUOR AGENCY.
Pure I.iipi iru constantly on hand for Medicinal
H. It. DAY, Agent.
wuoixsai.i: and ur.TAii, nu.u.ijit i.v
HA 111) WARE
C All HI AGE
BARNES' BLOCK, LAKE ST.
St. Albans, May 11. 1803. d3-tf
THE ST. ALBANS BRIGADE BAND
Are prepared to fiirnii.li music for
And on other orcabious where Hand and Hiring
Musie is reipiired.
Orders addressed to
GEORGE E. KINSLEY,
W . H . SMITH,
At tho Trcnumt Houno, will iveuivo iromjt at-
t l'.NTS' rUltNISHINO
VT KINDS. ou will llnd at
HOODS OF ALL
SMITH V CO'S.
T. JATfi FOIt HOYS
i caps fou hoys at
W.M, N. SMITH .t COS.
GXVE VtS A OALl!.
S . S . & J . A , I! 13 I) A U 1)
Take pleasure in haying to their patrons mid
frieiidM thatlhoy havo removed thutr phuK) of
Where tho.. havo on hand a largo assort inont of
BLANKETS AND WHIPS,
Also, a geneva! assortment uf
Our motto is "Largo Sales and Small Profits."
Those in want of goods in our lino will do well
to call and examine our slo;k before purchasing,
NEW X.ADXES STORE
Opposite Store of Kaxe V Place in building
formerly occupied by S. S. ,V J. A. Bcdanl. La
dles will llnd hero a coniplctcand choico assort
ment of Fancy Dry goids-just receivKl from
market, such uu .
Fringes all colors,
. lyiusfin's, .
; Fans, arich lot.
Valencienes.and Thread Lace,
A nico lino ofFreiuili Canibric aml,4tuoy
Lawns, Anew Kid Giovo which KjivpRsses any.
thing yet brought into this market, an'd 'icar
ranted. All of which will bo- sold at reasonable,
prices. Ladies vttl llnd it to their advantage to ;
call and oxainino for themselves. ' "
Dress and Cloak making in all its varlotics
under tho skillful supervision of Mlss Ellen"
Moore, long and favorably known to tho inhabi
tants of this village and vicinity.
Agent for WILCOX & aiMV.SJSowing Machines.
1-d-tb L. P.'Kimitos. ,
PANTS and Ycbt, all kinds, at
W.M. N. SMITH A GO.'S.
Gl O TO WM. N. SMITH ,V CO'S for all kindb
f of Umbrellas.
1 St. J
ni'.ICOT Jackets at WM. N. SMITH ,t COU
H.S. CLA11K has removed to f outli Main
Street. OIUco at his reside , TTV
Albans, Yt., May. 2, IBuT Ba-tf XU
YI3RY Stylo of Frock Coat at
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