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VEBMONT DAILY lANSOKIPT, JUNE
oo
1868.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
Monday, Junk 22, 1808.
The llritislt Army and Xtit'ff.
Wo compile from a tulilo Jin the Lon
don Times of June 7th the following
ltema concerning tho Urltlah regular
army and navy, which may be of some
Interest to our renders. The army Is
composed as follows: 1 Rllle brigade,
of 4 battalions; 1 regiment Royal Horse
Guards; 2 regiments Life Guards; 1
regiment Grenadier Guards; 1 regiment
Coldstream Guards; 1 regiment Scots
Fusilier Guards; 7 regiments Dragoon
Guards; 21 regiments Hussars and Lan
cers ; 10!) regiments of infantry or Foot.
There are from two to four battalions in
n regiment. There is also a Colonial
Corps consisting of four West India
regiments of Foot, one regiment of Cey
lon Itiiles, one of Cape Mounted Rlllos,
one of Roynl Canadian Rifles, and one
of Koyal Malta Artillery, stationed
severally as indicated by their names.
In addition to the ltoyal Canadian Iti
iles, there are tho following regular
troops in Canada: the l!l Hussars; 10
Foot, 1st battallion; 2!)th. HOth, 09th,
78th, 100th and f3d Foot ; 00th Foot, 1st
and 4th battalions, and 1st battalion
Rifle Brimule. In the tables spoken of
wo see no mention of artillery, except
ing the Colonial artillery at Malta,
though the table professes to give the
stations of the whole army, in detail,
for the month of Juno present.
Tho navy consists of 271 ships, all
told; and like the army is scattered in
all parts of the world, so that it may be
said almost witli truth that the British
drum-beat may be henrd around the
Avorld. Twenty-three of the ships arc
stationed about the West Indies and
coast of North America.
If our recollection is covroat ay to the
present number of men in our army,
4,000, the British army is nearly three
times (he size of our own, allowing it
1000 men Ui each regimental and nomi
nal brigade orgnuj.aHoji. Our navy as
"OinparyJ with that of Great Britain is
rgt'Ht, in the number of vessels,
t lli tho number in active Ber
th0 "o 278 vessels, jo 271 in the
though ii. .. onj m fl wr yc8
vice. Woliiu- . , ,mvol3
British navy, but - '
hoIs are in active service.
000 men as the total in our
vice , while, giving Great BriUu.
same proportion for her BlilcmiA.yu.,
which would proimuiy uu
mate, she has about 32,000 men In JlW
naval service. ,
Since tho little Monitor nt earned out
Monroe, and elcctrincu
the world by destroying tho Mcrrimac
and retrieving the supremacy cf oui 1
periled navy, England as well as ! ranee,
and other nations, has proMcd by oui
experiments and successes, and cm
Htructed several formidable iron-dads.
Tho thunder of the Monitor's gunBshook
not the Confederacy alone, but the na
vies of the world, and made a revolu-
..i.-- "NT ,-.4-
ilon hi rt score oi neui. m
wooden ship of war, or fleet can be com
manded by n Fiirruilt ;and oven "hearts
of oak" need to he eesed in sides oi
Iron to make the chancta at vni as
nearly equal on mechanism ca innke
them, trusting not too rashly or too
much to valor. Napojcon says, while
putting forth the most native exertions
to Increase the formldability of liiuflrmy
and navy, that "the Empire is pence ;"
And England's Hon sleeps on his isle,
fringed with tho foam of tho sen, with
one eye a little open, and showing a for
midable set of teeth in the most casual
manner. So is tho British lion "peace."
Hearty old England, with a thousand
things wo love, and Home we don't;
ready to forgive injuries to others, and
to avenge those to herself; may her
Hon seldom need to roar.
Note. "We find in an item In the last
number of tho London Journal a state
ment that tho British army, of all
grades, including thnt of India, which
consists in part of native troops, is sel
dom less than 250,000 men.
Fen I ana,
Thuro was quite an enthusiastic Fent
an meeting at Mnnchester, N. II., on
Thursday evening; which wns addressed
by Gen. John O'Noll, the President of
the Fenian Brotherhood and "hero of
Itldgcway." Wo copy from tho Mirror
of that city :
Ho (Gen. O'Noll) snoko of tho undy
ing love for the fathorlnnd, of tho seven gn
hundred years of fighting and protesting i Is
nuainst limisn tyranny, ami ucoinrcu
"Tribute to Whom Tribute."
The Montreal Daily iVcifspaystrlbute
fairly and candidly to our Institutions
In anexecllcntartielc,aportlon of which
we present to our readers. At tho same
time it strives to make tho lesson which
it presents of honoflt to its own people.
1 1 says :
The phenomena which tho material
nowth of the Western States presents
attributed to the fertility of the soil, a
uiMiial climate and facilities of access.
that they will light uu ireinnti is iree. ; nut u may ne questioned whether jjem
Spoko of the misrepresentations to ocratle institutions coupled with a high
which their prospects are sumect. ii : order oi education, nave not essentially
i i ..... iA...i .1...!- I .(,.:!. ..(... l .. ..!... i. i ...r
i-uim i iiiihu m it iiu ivi ii . iju.voim OA-
ample. Iowa with less than a million
1... ....... ....I ,.(IC,.1 !...( lluilr i.l.tn.if I
lit IC mil rcti l .mil i. i.it.u viiuit vy.v
could be achieved he would neither risk
his own life nor ask others to do so ; but
he believed the freedom of Ireland
worth the shedding of rivers of blood,
(cheers); believed if the army raised
before could have met the enemy face
to face tho green Hag of Ireland would
now be waving over Canada and oven
Ireland ; refei red to course of England
during the Rebellion. Believed if we
cannot get at England we should strike
where ever her bloody flag floats, and
recognised the right t tear down that
ting whore ever it was flung to the
breeze.
At the close of the meeting volunteers
were called for to join the civil circle
and also the military circle. It was an
nounced that a blow was certainly to be
struck, and that speedily. About twenty-live
announced their readiness to
join the Fenian army and nearly as
many more the civil circle.
Col. Healy, of Manchester, an officer
of our late war, and recently a prison
er of the BritishGovernmcntin Ireland,
has been appointed by Gen. O'Noil Dis
trict Centre for the State of New Hamp
shire, Tho Huntington Gleaner says, the
government, In view of possible Fenian
troubles in the locality has decided to
put the plank road leading to Fort
Lewis, in good repair, and that planks
and tools for the purpose were arriving
at tho latter place. The road is 8i miles
long.
The St. John's News says:
The report is current that the Imperi
al Government has addressed an ener
getic remonstrance to the United States
Government.onthe subject of the Feni
an demonstrations which, are permitted
to go on unchecked within the territory
of the American Republic. This is what
we think they should have done long
ago. It is pleasing now to know that
the U. ,Sf government is acting on the
liint rcpeiyed,
J'ersonal.
Mr. HeiiryC. WUlston, connected with
ihe New York Commercial Advertiser's
.stall, dlqd on Wednesday jj) Brooklyn,
at the ago of forty yc.ars,
J. B. McCullough, the Into Washing
ton correspondent of the Cincinnati
Commercial, over .tho signature of
"Mack," has resigned his position on
the paper to take editorial J)argooftho
Cincinnati Enquirer, ontlie 1st af July
next.
Hon. Portus Baxter was insured for
$10,000 in tho Equitable Life Assurance
Company of Now York, juid his widow
has acknowledged tho receipt of the
same. j
Mr. Sydney Howard Gay, for many
years connected with tho Antl-Slavory
StaacUrd and New York Tribune, has
joined iho staff of tho Chicago Tribune.
S. B. Van Campan, formerly Presi
dent of tho Jst Rational Bank of Ehni
rn, who was mxeatcd in Now York, some
.weeks since, on tho charge of embezzlc
ment, and sent to Elmlra, N, Y,, for in
dictment, was discharged Thursday, .tho
grand jury failing to find a bill against
Jilm.
S. M. Clark hus resigned his position
.as Chief of tlie Printing Division of tho
Currency Bureau, It la said in conse
.quence of n report unfavorable to his
.management, to ho made presently by
.the Commlteo on Finance.
Tfii: Nkw Yoiik Convention.
nipples to tjip Nntiopal Democratic
"wilfiPi1 rp arriving in New lork
Con. M'lijj a;;?! steamer. Besides tho
by every . theVW'stpru States are
lybffiilnv delegniv. ()f orgaiZatios
Hcndl.OK large num. h
ctlUotroaCorts.''TheA,
Pendleton 'Vscort" from U..
Um-r one thousand men. i -
New Hampshire ami New Jersey do e-aretobo"entertainea''attloAs-tor
Hour. The delegates limn Co -uecticut,
North Carolina, South Cnro .1
a and GnngbMvili have rooms at the
Chanlur Hops, a W lHtcl just oppos-
ito Tammany iioiihu. umi'mi
setts, Ohio, Tndinna, Illinois and est
vj-.tnin ilnlecntlons Will )W fol'l'1 at
n,oFifth Avenue. Thu Kansas nn'1
somo of the Missouri representatives
will take quarters at the Spingler
House, while others from Missouri will
bo entertained at the Metropolitan.
This hotel will also have delegates from
Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. Tho St
Nicholas lias been engaged by delega
tions from Now York, Michigan, Nebras
ka, and by portions of the delegations
from Indiana, Ohio, and Connecticut.
Tho Conservative Sailors Convention
which is to bo held in connection M'lth
tho Dcmoiirnj.it.' convention will not, wc
imairinc. boa very enthusiastic alhur,
It is, however, stated that thero vil bo
six thousand soldiers present on the oc
casion .and nlU-r lrjning a procession,
they will inarch in full uniform to
the Cooper's Institute to "name their
man." Among thp prominent persons
who will participate are; Mnjnr-ucns.
William B. Franklin, of Connecticut ;
Gcrhnjn Mott, New Jersey; Private
O'Reilly, AmpriPa i P, 0 Vuull, Ken
tucky ; Lovel II. Rousseau, Kentucky ;
Thomn JSwIng, Ohio; W- H, H. Da
vies. Pennsylvania ; IlcnryW. Slocum,
New York ; Androw Porter, Pennsylva
nia ; Kllby Smith, ueorgo r. assies,
Gen. Duryca, New York ; William B.
S'cndinan, W. F. Smith, and others.
Towa. This buuo Ri less than a
milli.on of population, exportt-d fnst
year, 2,000,000 lbs. wool, 21,000,000 bbls,
pork, 05,000 fatcattlo, 0,500,000 bushels
wlieat ; raised 70,000,000 bushels corn ;
and owned 1,000,000 sheep. She has a
permanent school ;iml of $1,250,000, and
her coal fields arc said by tJje state geoi
oglst to equal In extent tho whole state
of Massachuspfts. Yet, her prosperity
istlicrcsultofafDwypars' growth, for
in 1S59 slic waspf too little importance
to find a phlPO in the American Cyclope-dla.
nonulatlon. boasts a reserved fund for
educational purposes of four and a half
millions, besides school taxes. She lias
erected an Agricultural College, at a
cost of $89,000 and $43,000 for professors'
houses. One fourth of her population
attend school, and the teachers divide
annually $1,100,000 for their services.
A new science of politics is needed for a
new world, nnd its primary condition is
educating the democracy so that they
can ndapt their Government to time
nnd place, and make it conform to the
occurrences and men of tho times. Our
poverty may be pleaded partly as our
excuse, that we have not afforded our
people the facilities of education a new
State likn Iowa oilers. We might have
copied the American idea with advan
tage when surveying the Crown domain,
and set apart a portion in each county
for educational objects. Groat sacrifices
can be obtained from a community
when their understandings and their
experionccpnn he appealed to; hut as a
preliminary condition, the understand
ings must be trained and cultivated, and
the people fitted to accept generous con
ceptions. What especially signalizes
American, society is the feniless energy
with which great enterprises are under
taken, and (he aptitude evinced in their
execution. These qualities must have
been originally engendered by a com
paratively high order of education, and
fortified by experience. We distrust
our recourses aim eapaeity"if our Legis
lature can bo deemed a' fair reflection
of public .sentiment. Wc are not educa
ted up to that point which inspires con
fidence in ultimate remuneration. Wc
waste our energies in puerile efforts to
alter our destiny, and shrink from the
responsibility of national duties.
Thk Ciiicup. Stone and Murray's cir
cus, which is advertised to be in St. Al
bans the 7th of next month, is without
doubt one of the very best that is travel
ing tills season. This circus was at Hut
land on Friday, and the Jlcrahl says of
it:
Tho performances of the troupe eon
linn tho great reputation tho Circus has
earned as among tho leading exhibitions
of America. All the acts were brilliant
and clfective, and received much merit
ed applause, Mile. Henrietta gave a
very dashing act of equestrianism, full
of graceful features. The Great John
Henry's feats on horseback excited the
adjpifatipn of all. The Vermont favor
ite, Lo Jeimo Burto, is the mosL, daring
bareback rid(:r w syc. nw, and his
wonderful horsemanship 'fiiirly oleetfl-
ueu inu minium".'. Jjeu oumo is a capi
tal clown, and one of tho most enter
taining and piquant wits qf the day,
while 3s'at. Austin deserves hjajltle of
"Merry Monarchof Clowns," being full
of exhuborant fun. Messrs. Stono and
Austin possess a born aptltudo for tho
noeitioiis they occupy in tho circus.
'Vi.oir witiiclsinsiro entirely free from
all ubiuotlppablP nnL'.f'ETj nnl create
merriment without causing modesty to
blush, Prof. Hutchinson's Acting Dogs,
fii.-. Comic Mules, and the grotesque
dwarfs weru sqbjeels provocative of
laughter. In fapt, tho ontifiJ perform
ances were very attractive, and. gavo Imir
versn.1 satisfaction.
The Union Moiyot,
Thero is very great complaint of the
devastation of this insect this season.
There haye heun hnndrpdH of methods
for their extermination proposed.
Dr. Fitch, Entomologist to tho New
York State Agricultural Society says
thero i tU) wav of exterminating them
except to dig them out one by ope, and
to do this it is necessary to watch tho
plants from day to day and when tho
leaves begin to wilt to ittaelc them vig
orously and not leave them aa long as a
maggot remains. The late Harry Dan
forth or Georgia used to relate his ex
perience witli them, and claimed to
have effectually mastered them. Ho
said he fought thou) one season until
they were entirely masters of tho uiuia
tion, when lie determined upon their
total nninhilntion atali;hazards. Having
removed all the earth clean down to tjie
small roots ho took his teakettle oil1 the
stove njid treated (liem to boiling water
till every maggot was sealdpd to death
"And the onions too"? wo asked
"Well" lie said "I do not really llko to
toll the story, but the truth is not one
onion was permanently injured, though
thpy looked a liltlo tho worso for tho
usage at fh'4 " Wo have heard of tho
uso of boiling nt(is and ajtl)Qtigji wo do
not doubt that ultlior Of tr.o remedies
would bo effectual wo do not wlhh to be
understood as recommending them ex
cept as tho dernier resort
AUCTION SALE ! !
3,000 WORTH OF GOODS I
In the commodious voihiih nvcr
A. S, Hyde's Store,
MAIN STllKKT, ST. AI.IIANS,
r.vciy dny nt private ealp, nnd ovotilng nt Auc
tion, until thu .stool; i fold.
Thu Klllieeiiber will sell iih nlmvi- indlcnti'd, a
lui'Ki- Htocl: of Goodx at Auction constating of
now nnd Koi'ond-liand
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
Such hh 1'iintn, Vents, Contn. fw. Atao, lin
hcIk C'nrpetitiK, Oil Cloth, nnd UiihIi Carpctlnc.
Atao, n lot of Fnuey Oomta of everv description,
too numeiouH to mention. A fine lot of
DEWFY-- NOBLE & CO'S
INSURANCE
AOBHOY
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Nhnlier nonnetn. Albums, SiUlnotts, Lawns,
nnd nhout everything thnt people want, nnd
want nt their own prices.
It. KINOSLKY,
1-21-U I'ropiietor nnd Auctioneer.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
Phoenix Mutual
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Ol' IIAKTI'OKI), CONN.
ITS ASSETS ARE NEARLY
O O (),OQO
ANNUAL INCO.Mi:.
NEARLY TWO MILLIONS
AN1 r:oyrANTi,Y f.vtnnUHiNo.
Annual Dividends, o() l'er Cent.
All itw I'olieieM nro Xim-rmfeitiiif,' 1 No re
Ktriction on Travel. Location or Knmlovmciit
Uividend.s upon tho full I'reniiuiUM p.xld on nil its
isoiea tniien it ueslieil lor unit ot tliu ITemiuin
lor the iiiKt lour yearw, and in enso of death,
they are paid hy the Uividends nnd uiven
up and not deducted from the Policy,
and
The Full Amount of Insurance is raid,
it linn paiq in liw-M to lit. I'uJiuy Iioiiim-H over
.ji.ilio.tioo, iindlinH never contested n claim
duiiii; tho 17 yeaiy of its existence. No
extra Premiums ehai'Ked for iu.sur-Inf.
Females, Kailroiul Mmiilayee.s orSeanien
A l'oliny in tho Pmi'.s'ix. in piopoily culled n
Whole World Policy. It ponmln thu insured to
travel or leside at will anywhere in the United
States or Kurope, nt any t-enson of the year,
witnout extra cnarj;e.
NELSON H. ARMINGTON, Agent,
For I'tniiklin, Orand Mo and Lamoille counties
0, L. JU11COCK, State Afjent,
d2a.'.wl).tr Jlutland, Yt.
SPE0IALN0TI0E,
"TT11 would itivo this notice to our former
VV fiionds nud patrons, thnt on nnd after tho
.nine, nana, wo miau ueu our goons
1st iluy of
:or
2ETXA INSURANCE COMPANY OF
HAnTFORD. CONN..
CAPITAL axu smii'i.its. si .s.ia.Mii ao.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF
NKW YOHK.
CAPITAL A I) SUItPLUS, Sa,(V4:i SlIC, 7K.
HARTFORD Fi HE INS. COMPANY
OI' llAltTKOitl), CONN.,
I'AI. AMI SllllPLIS, i,0(HMIOO OO.
CAP
INS. COMPANY NORTH AMERICA
OF l'HILADKLl'HIA,
CAPITAL AM) KlIIlPLIIS, S,000,()((l OO.
NIACAUA FIRE INSURANCE CO.
OF NliW VOHK.
CAPITAL AXO SDUPHIS, Jsl,r.OO,000 OO
SEOUIUTV INSURANCE CO. OF
NKW YOltK,
CAPITAL ANIJ SCHPLUS, !1,1T7,7?7 1)i
LOR1LLARU FJRE INS. COMPANY
OF NKW YOltK,
CAPITAL A Nil SXJUPLUS, $1,500,000 OO,
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE IN. CO.
OF NKW YOltK,
CAPITA I. AXJ SUUPL US, J7r.0At.Qft 00
NEW LADIES STORE,
Opposite More of Nnxe A l'laco In Imildini?
former lv oceupicil hy S. H, A- .1. A, lledard. La
dies will llnd liere n complete and choice nssorU
meiit of I niiey Dry goods just received from
market, tmcli as
Fringes all colors)
Edgings,
Insertions..
Muslins,
Lawns,
Collars, Culls
Veils,
Fans, a rich lot.
Valencienes and Thread Laco
Collars.
A lllco lino of Froneh Cnintivicti nml l.'nnnv'
Lawns, A now Kid Glove which suipiiHses nnv.
thing yot brought into this market, ami imK
ranted. All of which will bo sold at reasonable
prices. Ladles will Hod it to their advantage to
call and examine for themselves.
l)roH nnd Cloak making in nil its varieties
under the skillful supervision of Miss Kllen
Moore Ioiil' und favornhlv known to tho inhabi
tants of this village and vleiuitv.
gcnt for WILCOX A OI111VS Sowing Machinos.
1-d-tb .. 1. KiMi-ros-.
THE ST. ALBANS BHIGADK BAND
Avo prepared to furnish niiisio foi
FIREM.EN mill
MILITARY
PARADES,
PICNICS,
KXCURSIONS,
DANCES,
And on other occasions where JJand and String
JIusic is required.
Orders addregsed to
GEOBO-E E. KINSLEY,
on 'ihi
W. H. SMITH,
At tho Tiemont House, will receive prompt nN
teiition. (ll-tf
M'GOWAN fic BROWN,
HADDLIUlY, VMIIUAOF,
ANU
BUILDING HAEDWAlRE.
Mohave tho largest Hint best assorted stock of
goods of every description, in the above line, to
bo found in tho State. Ah igents for the largest
Uelting Factories, we keep a supplv of
LEATHER IWhTimi
Of all sizes ! baud. Wo offer a full and CUM
pleto ass-artment of
Curriayt! and Ifarmvn Makem" Suitei,
And are constantly receiving consi"iiHH.nts of a
superior article of Oak unit Ueiufock Harness
Luatlier, Patunt Collar tuul Uw-wit, drain mn
Split Skirting and Winker, lUnt and soft Dusb,
Knnameled Oil Top nnrt
O Jl A l iV ROQT I, E A T UE It.
ONE PRICE !!!
ITnvlnir lind sulllcient oxnorienco in tho credit
system of doing business, wo hnvo concluded to
make a change, and try tho Cash System be
lieving that wo can sou our goons unuupcr uv
ndopting such a rule Although a novelty in St.
Albans, wo nro determined to try tho plan. o
have on haiul a large, siocu ui.
beady mm Qimmm
STRICTLY CASH
A'D-
Furnishing Goods,
Which under this plan wo will agree to sell L
pi r i cnt lest than any otler Hmj ii) town that
do business on tho credit systein.
Take notice anil govern yourseu acconungiy.
SMITH & FOSTER,
wr o . 2 , da n n o w biook,
CORN EXCHANGE INS. COMPANY
OF NKW YOltK,
CAPITA!, AND SURPLUS, $550,001) 00
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO.
OF HAKTFOltD, CONN
OA PITA h AND SCUPLUS, $500,000 10.
CARPETING AND OIL CLOTH,
Which we offer nl low cash ilguro.
McGOWAN A- llltOWN,
a. vnoTUiNoitAM 5t iiow'AN, I St. Albans, Vt.
tiKoiuu: w. nnowx.
dl-tf
VICTOR ATWOOD,
WIIOLEHAI.K AND UKTAII. Dr.ALl'.Il IK,
IRON,
ROGER WILLIAMS INS, COMP'Y
OF VltOVlDKNCK, It. L,
I PITA I. AND SUHPl.US, 201,35H 81.
w217-3m
St. Albans, Yt.
d7-lin
ASAHEI S, HYDE,
P);ai,i:u is am. kinds or
First Class Groceries
JWlUiOW 111-QCK, jT. AHANS, YT,
Cgnsisting in ayt of
FlOUV.
Pork
Fish,
Sugar,
'Teas,
Tho London Times informs Ha renderb
that Gen. Grant and Mr. Schuyler rp
tho candidates of tho Republican party
for President and Vice-President. "Such
in fun!"
GiHOAao. Of tlit? inhabitants of
Chicugo 03,801 axojoucijcj,! Ger
man, 45,543 Irish, 10,092 'Scanilinaviiin.
10,520 English, Scotcli and Welsh, 3,310
Bohemian, and 5,834 natives of other
countries,
Tin. Atulktics ViCTomous. Tho
Athletic Rase Rail Club pfPliiladclphi
beat tho Forest City Club of'RooUtwt,
Illinois, at Chicago on 'Thursday, tho
game stundiiiK IUtol3. Bad beat!
Anothhk .CANniATi:. lion, flporgc
W. WflQ'hY111'1! 'ulH been proposed as a
Pomoprntio cnmiidal for the Prcsir
douoy, but accpnUng to present appeai'
ances ho don't stand tho ghost of a
chance of being nouilnuttid, Ho eimnot
got tho vote of a siiiKlo delegation.
NOTICE.
lfr. F. L. QooiUpced's New ilonso at Jttssia
qilgl bf.tini'H, is now ready for tha rocention of
lldardir d33-tf
N. B3IIT1I & CO' tot .Gray's
OTO WM.
Patent Moulded Collar
W&A? PARBETT'S
HAIR REBTORATIVP V
!5 O W decided hy tho N. II. Stale, Flr 0
t O and it now conceded by the public- to be 1 K
0 the err belt 1'rcnaratloii for llebtorinK " Kt
SS lurayorfadodllalrtoltiorlirlnalcolori P;
;K ji l rromotluK ill Orowtb, eradicating llu- js;
'Vi'AX mora and Dandrufl, and for Dreulng 3-
2?. V0 nd lleauttflne thellalr. It Ii free Co fi;
tftxy? itojn rcltopout drugi, doe not St
rk italu Iba flucit fab 3, r'i sjCA;
J, R. PAR RETT & CO., Proptlctotj,
MAsgiiusi'Kitl a. 0, "
otj by all ppuggistS;
GLENS FALLS INSURANCE OO.
OF ULEtW FALI, N. Y
1 PJ'J I. A SVm'L US i218,32'J 18.
Firii nud Jlnriito InsuranoiiolVot'li'd t this Auon.
t'.v in any of tho anovu won unown uonipuiuuH.
Life Jnsuranec.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF
NEW YOltK,
Tho Oldest and Largetst Mutual liinuraiico Com
pany in Jno United Stati'S.
CA V(T;) . AND ASSETS, fM.000,000 00.
Oh ASH,
NAILS,
OIL,
VAINTS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
SKEDS,
MECHANICS TOOLS,
SHELF
HA1WWAUE
AND
CARRIAGE
MAKERS
STOCK.
KARWHS' HI .(KiK. J .A K H. ST
St. Albaua, May 14. 18C3.
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1HAVL lJOiifjllt Mr. J, H, Leonarrl'fl iulpiet,t
in tho Hint ot Leonard Drainpnl fi On, ami
will continue tho buaini'ss at tho oldntuiid ulioro
I shall ho (;lad to tsco old frionda and many now
ones. All accounts duo Leonard, llrainerd & Co.
will bo so' tied by mo aud inuatljo paid immedi
ately. It. lillAINEltD.
fit . Albans, May 0, 1808. ld-2 w
Life and Accident Insurance
Either ncpuratcly or conibinod, at tho lowest
ratvH of Premium in the
TRAYELLER.'S lN.SRANOE:tJp(
1 OF llXllTFOItli, CONN., J' '
CAPITAL AND' ASSETS,. '. " $1,000,000 00.
Alt lHsapa pfi)t(ii)y jitlondpt to and spte4 at
tliis Agctiov.' Aflfytf fruitful, mi.' J'fofllf, n)n)
rrompt Payment,
Insuranco to any amount oiToctcd on tho moat
satisfactory terms.
DEWEY, N01JLE & CO.
Offleo corner LaVo aud Main Kt., St. Albans,
Vermont, ld-tf
T A7VTTT.V nnAr!T!RTT!!i
Messrs. iScohold & vincoiit
LAKE STREET, ST, ALBANS,
uousinuuv lit'eii on uuuu a ircsu nun ivrr.c mi
ply of tho best
FAMILY GROCERIES,
Conmating or
Flour, Grain, Feed,
Butter, Pork, Fish,
Vegetables, Etc.,
Ptli"lI1TH. Mnlf).MKH
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Smces
Ami mUeed an nHSoi'tnu-nt coiiuiHhiiff q avUc
lrfr.'i.ii...n.itn in ml.nUnn1 lltlf 'nil UII.All Wti"
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Ttinfif)i iit toitti i' nets niii ni ni.! iiiiihi imiihii
inicufa and aatfafyvourolvoi.
Huui' usijiJ & virtue j.
T7" NODDY Ktvlca ofSprinuHata and Caps
1. WU. M UMITH A I'll

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