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VERMONT X A. F I j Y TKAJSORrVT, JUNE 2, 1SGS.
KDIToUS TltANHCltlPT !
r notice In Saturday evening's edition
of your daily (hut nt n meeting oallod to
organize it (limit Club in St. Albans my
11111110 was used, and that L was made
one of the Executive Committee of said
I would beg leave to state through your
columns that i" did not attend the meet
hiry, nor did I content to have my mane
used, and as I have had no connection
whatever with the organizing of a Grant
Club and do not intend to become a
fer that my name would not lie used In
connection with any such institution.
Very respect fully,
L. Mel). Smith.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
MoNMiAY, JUXi: 22, 1808.
(wyJntcresting matter, original or se
lected, may always be found on the first
lmtf' - ...
Mit. 1 I.. aoonsiMjnn has just com
pleted u house, about one-half mile from
Mlsslsquoi Springs, for the accommoda
tion of Deivons who desire to be near the
snrlntjs. The house is (!() by SI) feet, is member of any such organization, I pic
1 V . -I- , . 1 , 1 1 ..II..
furnished throughout in good style and
Will comfortably accommodate thirty
persons. Mr. Goodspecd will run a team
from the Springs at difleroiit hours of
the day, so that there will be no neces
sity for those In want of the water to
walk even the short distance It Is from
his house to the "healing fountain."
NiiW KiitM. Messrs. C. V. and Chas.
A. Lewis have purchased Messrs. Sco
lleld Vincent's stock of groceries, and
will continue the business in all Us
branches at the old stand on Lake Street.
The first named member of the new
firm will be remembeicd as a rormer
partner of Mr. Joseph S. "Weeks, in the
Dry Goods Business, and the latter as an
obliging and gentlemanly clerk in the
store of S. II. Lewis & Co. The Messrs.
Lewis are both young men of good busi
ness education and will doubtless merit
and receive their share of the patronage
of the public.
I'imimiksion to Danci:. A capital
story is just now afloat concerning the
Roman Catholic Bishop of Montreal,
lie has prohibited dancing among his
church mem bora. A couple of otflccrs,
so the story goes, who wished permis
sion to dance polkas at amllisary ball of
their regiment, obtained permission to
dance the polka together, to show the
Bishop how it was done. After the
exhibition the Bishop gave his permis
sion in these words : "You can dance
the iolka as long as you wish with
Mr. Charles H. Bllnn takes this
method of conveying to his friends at
St. Albans, his most sincere heartfelt
thanks for their many kindnesses to
ward him during his two years con
nection with the "AVelden" House, and
of assuring them thatshould they chance
to visit Montreal, their reception and
greeting at the "Ottawa" shall be as
cordial as have been their good wishes
for hid future wolfui'o.
St. Albans, June 23, 1808.
To-night. The distinguished mana
ger, Sir Christopher Columbus Speima-
cetti Snap Dragon Diabetes Pluck, de
sires us to call attention to the meeting
to-night, at Music Hull, of the Kino
winehawnlans. Tills we utterly refuse
to do, it being our rule to pay no atten
tion to anonymous "communications."
AVu.mstox BuiuiiiAiiY. The
says that "Charles H. and Dr.
" but accuracy of statement
therefore, in accordance
CounncTioN. Ten degrees of heat,
more or less, when it is as hot as blazes,
me, as Mr. Toots would say, of "no con
may Ik.. We
with instructions from Mr. A. II. Hun
t i ngton ' 'depose midday" that 70 mid not
() was the record of the thermometer
on the north side of his house, in the
.shade, each morning last week. The
hottest portion of the days showed from
80 to 90, with an average maximum
heat of a little over 8!). Teople mop
ped their noble brows hist week, and
declared it was hot.
UiicovKHixa. Conductor "Webster,
whom the Montpelier Journal reported
fatally injured last "Wednesday, we are
happy to learn is recovering, and was
able to be moved from Blston to Bur-
liiiKton to-dnv. Ho is cousin instead of
brother to tUs conductor of the same
name lately killed .by the collision of
freight and passenger trains.
Resolutions oi' Unsj'JXT. The Bar
of "Windsor County on Wednesday ovd-
nlnjr presented to the Court resolutions
of respect for the memory of the late I Ion.
Nornmii "Williams, and on the occasion
eloquent and appropriate remarks were
made by several gentlemen besides the
court, who, in accordance with tho re
quest contained therein, ordered the re
solutions upon the records.
Vi: learn that Hon. A. O. Aldis, Unit
ed States Consul at Nice, France, ar
rived atBrattleboro a few days since and
in the guest of his brother-in-law, Hon,
Daniel Kellogg. He will visit St. Al
bans at an early day.
ALiiUKcm ttiuuxns. llie company
that purchased the Franklin House, and
the Spring not long since for $8,000, have
built a large two-story house over the
Spring, which cannot fail to add to the
comfortof visitors. The building con.
tains a reception room, which is to be
neatly furnished, bathing rooms, hot
tling and packing room, &e. The new
company havo already commenced
bottling and shipping the water, and a
few days ago, wo learn, they forwarded
a car load to New York City for free dis
tribution. Notwithstanding the Al
burgh water has been favorably known
for years, there never has until this sea
son been any conveniences for bottling
it in large quantities for shipment to
various sections of tho country. The
new company have taken hold of the
matter in earnest, and arc evidently de
termined to establish for tho wator
souietnlng more than a local leputation,
whiclr it justly dcsprvc'H, htf hundreds
hereabouts will willingly tostlfy. Hev, C.
H. Cady Is tho company's agent at Al-
burgh 'Springs, and attends to the bot
tling of the wator, lining orders, &c.
Mr. G, W. Beardslcy has curbed his
Hamilton Potter wore brought before
Justice Hollenbcck, Saturday, on charge
of burglary and secreting of goods sto
len from Wright's store in Williston.
Henry Ballard, Esq., appeared for the
prisoners, and B. H. Hard, Esq., for tho
State in the absence of State's Attorney
Englesby. Several imortant witnesses
not being present, the'ease was continued
until Tuesday, .1 uly 7tjj, and the bail for
appearance was fixed at $5000 each on
the clinwe of burglary, and fclOOO on
charge of secreting stolen goods.
"Thorn is strong suspicion that Ste
phen Foster, a cousin of Potter's was
connected with tho robbi.ry, He was
seen that day going about with one hand
bandaged, and has since disappeared.
None of the parties has as yet lur-
nished bail, so they still have lodgings
in the jail."
Hon. Pnosi'KK Mukiuj.Ij of Folch-
villc, the Bellows Falls Time says, has
bought tho Blake estate in Woodstock,
situated just on the outskirts of the vil
lage, including farming tools, livo stock,
and a lot of land in Plymouth, the whole
purchase amounting to some i?2."5,000.
1 1 is said to be one of the tinest farms in
that section, and on the premises is a
spacious stone house on ndelightful site.
Tin: lower limbs of liov. Edward
Bournes, of Northlield, who was recent
ly taken ill in the pulpit, are now com
KiixiAN Statu Convention. A
State Convention of tho Fenian Broth
erhood was held In Burlington on Sat
urday, which the Times characterizes
as "large and enthusiastic." Gen.
O'Nell, the President of the Brother
hood In the United States, and Major
Rallerty, Captain Drlscoll, Military Or
ganizer, and other prominent Fenians
were present and made speeches, l lie
onvention proper wan held with closed
doors, and the nature of the deliberations
Is notdeflnitely known. In thocveulng
meeting Maj. Ball'eity referred to the
overthrow of the Irish Church estab
lishment as a Fenian victory. He said
that "he believed In secrecy in the Fe
nian movement to strike England ilrst
and afterwards talk about it. None
outside of the brotherhood know Gen.
O'Neil's plans. Wherever Ireland may
chose to strike she will bring lingland
to her knees."
Gen. O'Neill was introduced, and
made a speech, the substance "of which
we copy from the Times:
The General said that after a long
season of lecturing, this was the last
time he intended to speak in public.
The time had now come for work. Eng
land has never been Influenced by Irish
eloquence unaccompanied by Irish bayo
nets. We are told the Fenian organiza
tion is a humbug, but England will soon
learn that it is not. For the last four
months the speaker had investigated
the Fenian organization, and had found
it nearly perfected for a reasonable prom
ise of success. About two years ago a
Fenian convention was held at Pitts
burgh, and it was decided to invade Ca
nada. Jlad liio i" enian army been per
mitted to meet tho English troops fair
ly the Irish Republic would be lirmly
established to-day. Gen. Meade otHeial
ly reports that the Fenian army con
tained :S7,00() men.
England stirred up the late civil -xn:
She little thought that she v. as thereby
educating Irish soldiers, who, at no dis
tant day, would tight hor own armies.
We are lighting England, and not tho
Canadians. We would not injure a Ca
nadian hair ; but we claim tlio right to
tear down thoEmrlish Hag wherever we
At the time of the invasion at least
100,000 men were ready to cross the bor
der, and the speaker pictured out the in
evitable result of their advance, viz : the
liberation of Ireland. The Irish people
never would submit to bo governed of
England, and they do not propose to
give it up on account of a single failure.
He asked wind right they had to live in
this free country if they did not light
for t heir own freedom. This struggle is
to lie coutimittd until jhoy gain their lib
oilles or a iv tot ill v exterminated.
Tim flonornl Ih n film juinniiriiKr limn
and quite an enthusiastic speaker,
Mr. Monahan then called for contil
butions of money and men, as did like
wise Major uauerty. considerable
meiwy was paid in, and several joined
the Fenian circle, The public meeting
then ad burned and a nrivato meeting
of the circlo followed, which continued
to quite a late hour.
THE BEST IN THE WORLD I
STONE & MURRAY'S
C I B O TJ S !
WILL EXHIBIT IN ST. ALBANS,
Doom open ono hour previous.
Admission ode. - - Children tiinli-r leu years 2.c.
This is tlio only
FIRST CLASS EXHIBITION
That will Unit Vermont tlii season.
Stone &. Murray
Dosiro to announce tlio Second Tour of their Po
imhir Circus, through the Stato, and to repent
their earnest thanks for the many favors be
stowed upon them during tlie visit of
Stone, Rosston & Murry's Circus in
Fully appreciating the kindness and gcnorofily
shown them in their efforts to anuisa their pat
rons in 18G5, it shall In the constant aim of Stone
v. Murry to lvndt r tin ir Circus worthy of the
eontiniianre of puhlie conlitlcncc and support.
The Proprh torn have no hesitation in assuring
tho citizens of Vermont, that
The Same Predominating Features
Which gavo this Chens, in IHO. an exalted repu
tation for excellence, and respectability, will
govern It thia season.
Stone &. Murray
Will cnduivor, hy a well directed use of the
abundant resources .it their command, to make
the coining Kxhihitioiis tho most
Refined and Interesting Ever Given.
To render their Circus Entertainments magni
ficent heynod all precedent, Stono .V. Murry have
mane special engagements wltli several
Foreign Aroni Celebritices,
Whose marvelous talcnls excited tho wonder
and won the admiration of (he Knropean Cnpi-
mis; nun it niu oe ousoncu oy reading tlio cata
logue of attractions, that mai'iv of tho l'ei-f'm-in.
ers and i'Vatuics Mliich made the Inhibitions ho
popular in isiu. aro vitn the Circus now,
llie miso'JIancQus attainemenls of the extra
largo iroupc ot Vortormera havo acquired a per.
lection which no previous attempts havo reached
Splendor and Novelty
All Inhibitions that have, muco 18(!5, essayed to
amuse uio puuiie, ami
Beyond the Resources
Ot any other Exhibition, of whatever hind, to
Imitate. Many of tho Acts and Teats aro entire
ly now m America, ami will bo executed hv
Having no Paralels in their Amazinq
l.uok at this Grand rrav of Sensational ltidcrs,
Emotional Gymnasts, I'liinumeiial Acrobats,
ine inosi " eiiucri'ii in ine llilerso
THE GOLDIE BROTHERS,
(Jeorge, Henri and Claude, the pceiless Sensa
Tho noted English rrotp.ni Character Itider.
First season in America. ' ' ,
MR. DEN STONE,
The skillful Doctor of Fun, and l'opular lltu
MR. NAT AUSTIN.
The merry Monarch of Clowns, and favorite.
jester, will preside in tho department of mirth,
ana ltirnisn, mini incir muuiiiccnt iiiuti oi wn
and humor, spaikling ideas and happy fancies.
MR. HAKKY NOH I H,
The most exnert tumbler in the World.
MR. BURT JOHNSON,
The champion leaper and vatiltor.
MR. GEORGE MURRAY,
The Grotesque Comedian.
MR. T. WILLIAMS,
The remarkable paneratist.
MR. JAMES GAYNOR,
Tho amazing Equilibrist.
The chief attaches will he aided by a complolo
loreo oi Auxiliary laiotit, mo whole lornung tlio
Gux. T. V. Sheuman, Commander
of tho Department of the East, made a
thorough examination and inspection
of the Military Post at l'lattsburgh on
Tuesday of last week. The General ex
pressed himself gratified with the dis
cipline and line appearance of the men.
Thk fourth annual re-union of tho
second Vermont Ilcgimcut takes place
at Burlington this evening. Col. Chas
11. Joyce, of Uutland, delivers the aiv
Mahtin J, Hixhy has been appoint
ed Post-master at Perkinsville.
Esskx County. The Iteinddicans of
Esex County met at Guildhall on the
11th uist., and nominated the fol
lowing ticket; Senator, George N. Dale,
of Island Pond ; Assistant Judges, Ellas
Lyman, Lemington; Levi Howe, "West
Concord : Judge of Probate W. II.
Hartshorn, Guildhall; Shcrill', J, A.
Mansur, Island Pond ; State's Attorney,
O, F. Harvoy. "West Concord : High
Dailiil", D. G. May, West Concord,
ItcHolutions were adopted, endorsing
the Chicago platform, and tho nomina
tion of Grant and Colfax.
II. E. & S. 11. Luwishavo this day,
June 8th, opened a largo stock of Dress
Goods, comprising Wash Poplins,
Tacko and Tripoli Cloths, colored and
White Piques, Shawls, Parasols and
Sun Umbrellas at reduced prices. J.'Stf
HOT "Barrett's Vegetable Hair Jtestor-
ilive" took the First Premium over all
competitors at the New Hampshire
State Fair. It stands confessedly with
out a rival throughout the country, nud
is driving all other preparations from
tlio market. Pliiladclnliia P u hi to
Acknowledgment. Our thanks tire
especially duo to Col. P. B. Johnson
Secretary of the New York State Agri
cultural Society for sundry valuable
Buti.ani) & Woodstock lUihitoAD
Tlio survey qf ljis riul was complet
ed oq Thursday of last' w'cek, when tho
surveying 'party reached tlio A'illngp of
SYoodstook, Tho Standard says i
Wo aro informed that tho aurvoy oros
ses tho river about twenty times in the
town ot Briugewator. Tins may no a
necessity, and we would not assumo to
question tho correctness mid wisdom ot
spring, and the demand for tho water 13 tho Huvypy,,r-iivchiet. Mr, )ttvnrtnll, but
,.miat.infU' hioivnwimr wo veiuun' tllQ WCtUctlou that a locat-
t mm, Mrmslh,, Uo.7. Mr M,n,,.J K aurvoy willMipt attoinw 1o bridge
SnUth, proprietor, lias: been' undergoing
thorough repairs, and Is now ready for
vjsltOjl-s,' 'I'lm imjhmthmcl that thoro
viljboa jargo nuiiiber 'of people 'from
ablatio! at Alburgh this summer.
'Vim Wepublioaus of Orange County
meet in Mass Convention at Chelsea on
tlio 23d to nominate County olllcers. .
tho whole stream lengthwise, and that
an equally feasible and direct route can
pc lound without- rpsoruvig to inat ex
Y-VN AMiJunou's Menagerie wan
l(illo'H Filjs Saturday,
UST" Have you seen Prangs Chronio
"Old Oaken Bucket," "Falconer and
Bride," at H. Livingston & Sons.
June 17, David (iibbs,
1 the Vermont Daily JViiiscc;).
Hrilliiint (Minis Troupe in the World
Actually embracing more llrst-class talent than
any threo coinpanioH m tins country
rrof. tleo. V,
4; Mi .
DEN STONE'S AJOCOSE MULES
Are ilxed features with this Circus, and their re
markable portrayals ot annual Intelligence will
continue to allord rich themes for amusement
Stoxi: .Ml'iuiY's Ciitcrs Mill Exhibit in 15ur
linglon, Julv 1; Milton, July 5; -Franklin, JulvS
Ticketa will bo for salo throo days in advance
at I., !(. iniutnioton .lewoiry store.
NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT,
ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868,
Will run from .St.
to Sheldon, as fol
Jji avo .St. Albans every ilav at 2 o clock p. m
Arrive nt Miomon at i o eiocu p. m.
I.oiu o Sheldon at 8 o'clock a. in. Arrive at St
Albans at 10 o clock a. m.
II.. JKNNISOX, Proprietor
St. Albans, May 2."jth, 1808. dl5-tf
You will Find ;i
S3T Have you seen Prangs Chromo ?
"Old Oaken Bucket," "Falconer and
Bride," at II. Livingston & Sons.
Itcfiibtiraii Cuioii Slate Con volition
liCimbliran Union State Convention will be
held at lhirllngion, on Wednesday, Ju'v 1st,
18(18, at 11 o'clock, A. M., to nominate Candi
dates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor and
Treasurer, to bo support od at tho State election
in September next; also to nominate two Pre
sidential electors at largo, to be supported in
ine coming rresincnuai election.
Tho Itcpublicart lTnioii vota-i of U olato aro
invited to bo represented in tho Convention by
ineir ueiegatcs, to no cnoscn upon mo basis oi
ono delegate from each town, and an addition
al delegate for uvory one hundud and fifty
votes nasi for tho Itepublioan candidate for l',ov
ernor at the last Stato oleotlon,
Hit Deleijatcs or their Substitutes willprovido
thcinselvea with proper credentials, signed by
tho Secretaries of tho respective, primary meet
Gi:ouoii W. GilANPUY
O. W. Vlf,l,.MIll
It. I), JlAIUtW
G. O. Jll'.M.Plel'
W. W. (lllOUT
I). 11. llAlUIY
M'DLLE EM1L1B HENIUBTTA,
Tho (Irneolnl and Dashing Parisian KquoHtrieu
no, the most brilliant and daring Lady Itidor
ever seen. Her Ilrst season in America. MUo
Henrietta, will appear at each Exhibition in her
Grand Equestrian Act, executed in tho same
fascinating slylo which, won forher tho applause
THE GREAT JOHN HENRI I
Tho superb delianee Champion Eiiu-:itrian and
Tliaumaturgic Artiste, lute diftt'torof tho (Jindio
iMinoieon, rar-s, uis nrst season m America,
This inimitable perf'-rmer will display his re
markable talents m his original retrovert nii-.
ghng l eats on a swift running steed, and In his
complex inetaniurphoMo act of I.tj Nalns Gro.
(Vllle, JEANETTE ELLSLER,
Tho unequalled .Tight-ltooo Danseuse. Ifer
liifct boabon in America.
lr A. 1ST S ! !
Different Styles and Prices
HUNTS N GTO NS
Opposite the Park.
County Conn nt ion.
The Union liemiblican voters of
Franklin County aye requested to meet
in convention, tiy tlioirdeletrales, at the
Hchoo.l llouseon the West side of the
Creek, in Sheldon, on Thuusiia v. Juiv"
2d, 18(18 at 11 o'clock, A. Al., to nomin.
aio cmuntiatos toy pouutors and county
Oflleers for the ensuing' year, ami to
transact un.v other business nroncrly
coming before the Convention.
In coniormity witli the rule adopted
by the Convention of 1807, tho Koyb,al
towns will hn ontljUVl to Hclog"''' s
Ono for each town ;
One for -every ilfty votes cast at the
last annual election for the Uiiiun V.e
publican candidate or uoycrnpr, In
On,e for the fraction of fifty votes, over
twenty-five, in' each town, cast as above
Thoeltigates will provide themselves
with propey oredontials from their sev
eral town cauouses.
S. P. CAJU'HNTiut ) County
J. M. IIotoiiiciss -Committee
Akmont IUiinks J
.St. Albans, Vt., Juno 18, 1808.
State of Vermont.
Omen or SucnuTAnv ot' Statu, I
Xorthliold, Juno 1, 18CS. (
Sealed proposals aro hereby invited for print
ink' the following Stato Dooumo'.itt'. to wit : lie
ports of tho Auditor of Aoeounts, Adjutant and
inspector ueiioral, ijuartermastor Ueneral, Ser
gcanl at arms, ltailroad Commissionor, Comniis
missioner ot tno insane, uireetors, Hupermten
dent and Chaplain of tho State l'rison. Trustee;
of tho Vermont llcform School, and Trustees of
tho University ot oiniont and Stato Au'rloultu
ral College, in tho goneral form and stylo of tho
l.awsoi ermont, lor lti(7, to no nouiul m ono
volunio and delivered at tho olllco of tho Secre
tary of State, in Montpelier. on or before tho
Ilrst Monday following tho second Thursday
Also, tho lteport of tho Hoard of Education in
tlio same lorm and stylo, liiutnil m a mucin vol
nine, and to ho delivored in tho samo timo and
Altio,.tho Annual So.ision Laws of 18"3, in tho
bame stylo, hotind in a singlo volumo, and to bo
ready lor distriiiution on or hoioro tlio Ilrst ilay
of January, 18(ii).
Also, tho Senato and House Journals, m tho
samo general form and stylo of those of IHiil, to
no i-ouiui in separate volumes, ami loady lor
distnuution on or uotoro tlio iitat ilay ot -uav
Hotai!: of contracts will bo governed in all
particulars by tho provisions of No. 01, of tho
pamphlet Laws of 1807, to which parties inter
ested aro respectfully referred.
Ulank proposals for bids will bo furnished at
onco to parties desiring to enter into contract for
any pait of this work.
llie nglit to reject all or any proposals, uu may
tno interest ot tlio Ktatm Vi uoro-
FROM PANAMA ! !
RETURN OF CONSUL RICE,
orty Thousand Persons at their Sun
MURDER IN BROOKLYN.
Nj:w Yonk, Juno 122.
Panama letter of the 13th Inst..
states that Mr. llico the American Con
sul at Aspinwall had departed for home
without olllcially apprising tho Presi
dent of Panama of tho fact and the
Vice Consul whom ho loft In chargo la
onsequeiuly not recognized as ad in
terim Consul by tho State authority al
though instructions had been received
from Bogotaurging an acknowledgment
in such case some time before.
Kew Yoiik, June 22.
:V Chicago despatch says that the
Sangerfestians spent Sunday at a mon
ster pic-nic at which were 40,000 people
were present. To-day tho festival will
close with another pic-nic. In a finan
cial point of view tho Sangerfest ha
been a failure.
There were fatal cases
hereycsterda.y.and there have been over
thirty minor cases of sunstroke in this
city and Brooklyn on Saturday.
A young woman named Ann Munn
was arrested in Brooklyn Saturday
night, on suspicion of having murdered
Bridget Coffee at the tenement house, 4
It is raining hero : wind north :
A Montreal despatch savs that tho
heat sinco last Sunday has been intense
tho thermometer ranging from 04 to
100 in the shade.
Washington, June 20.
The President transmitted to tho
House this afternoon a message vetoing
tlio ArKansas mil, claming that uon
grcss had no power to impose such con
ditions on the Admission of a State as
were contained in the bill presented to
him for his approval.
WASHINGTON, J 11110 ZU.
It is understood that the Committee
on Ways and Means, will report the tax
mil to-day, ami nave it, oruereu to oe
printed so that its consideration may bo
on Monday. It tlxos the tax on whisky
at 00 cents. Tho liner onalitics of tobac
co are reduced from 40 cents to 32 cents.
There is not much change on other
brands. The bill is long embracing the
administrative sections on the subject
contained in the tax bill heretofore reported.
A Superior article of Graham Flour, for Halo
at tho store of HAltNES fc CltOWLEY,
d:!3-tf Lake Street.
DISSOLUTION of Co-partnership. Messrs.
Scholiold it Vincent havo this day dissolved
l'artnorship. Tho business will bo carried on by
J. Scholiold. All Bums duo will bo paid by J".
Scholiold, and all debts duo tho into Firm must
bo paid within thirty days.
Juno 20 1808.
bo deemed for
"Hpcretary of Stato.
Miss EMILY COOKE,
Tho splendid lvughsh Manogo Fqucstricuno,
(her first sonauii hi America.) who will illustrate
tho Classic Oracos of lioad Kijuestrianism on
her thorough-hrod Knglish liacer, tho famous
Itidor of tho World,
MURRAY AND HUTCHINSON,
The Kxcolsior Acrobats. -Tho ori i'iy,vffl ot.
now emot of Novel V vfonqaiVQTjj '
Life Insurance Company !
OK NUW YOltK.
Policies by their terms Non For'
DIVIDENDS COMMpCI) 2d YEA It,
'iojo' oil Qividcd Amona Pohvy
General Agent For, Vermont,
ST. AIBA'S, vt,
At tho proKont time, thcro is much competition
among LU'e. Insurance Companies, and many
agenta nvo far too regardless of the truth, in
statements when soliciting for lisks, henco it is
all important tor persons intending to insuro
their lives, to insuro only with agents whom
they know to bo reliable, again it is always most
satislactory for parties assured to havo their
risks with Local agents, thon there is no difl'icul
ty or danger of loss in transmitting promliuus.
Persons intending to insuro their lvs ivi'l llnd
it for their advantage to sj Iho ugont of Ih'o
Guardian Sluttud W-l'i'.v insuring olsowhoro.
EvEllY Stylo of Frock Coats at
WM. N. SMITH & CP'S..
NOTICE OF SHI.UItK AND SALE. Tho
following described property was keSzoil
by olllcers of tho Customs for violation of tho
ltovonuo Laws'of tho United States, via :
At St. Albans, Vt., Juno Hi, 18C8, 15 cords
ltossod Hemlock Dark.
Said property will bo sold at publio auction ut
tho Custom House, St. Albans on Tuesday 2:td
instant at 2 o'clock p.m.
GKO. J. STANNAP.D,
Collector of Customs.
Outturn House, District of YoriuoutjCollootor's
Uliico, nurlington, l'Jtli auno lbliS.
VTOTTCK OF SK1.U1113 AND SALE.Tho
Li followin5 described property was seizeil
by Olllcers ot tho Customs for violation of the.
Itovuiuo Laws of tho United States, viz:
At llakorsllold, Juno 11, 1808, ono DayMaiv.
Snid property will bo sold at public luiotioii at
tho Custom IIouso, West Dorkshivc, Yt., on
Wednesday, Juno, '21th, 18(18, at 11 o'clock, u. in.
CJF.O. J. STANNAKD,
Collector of Customs,
Custom House, District of YGi-niont, Collec
tor's Olllco, Buvlington, Juno 15, 1803. d30-lw
C, I.KAVENS, Successor to H. H. Dow
man, Flour and Grain Merchant. Choieo
brands of Flour nlwnvs on hand at low prices.
St, Albans, May V, 18GS. 3.1-tf
riIHE co-partnership existing under tho name
JL of Hitchius it Fenuof is this day dissolved.
All debts will bo paid by Hitchius, and all sums
duo tho Urm must ho paid to tho samo.
d!J2-lw i w221-lw
riKimix Mutual Lil'o liisuntuco Co,..
OF IIAltTFORD, CONN.
Afavorablo opportunity is prosentod etior-
gctio and reliable business men who, can devote
their entire timo to tho business, ia represent
this old, staunch, and most auwcssful Lito Com
pany, in unoccupiod territory in the Stato of
Vermont. Tho many papular features peculiar
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it oilers ta d'o-insuriiig publio its frcodom from
yosW Minns on travel and occupation its non
forfeitable policies its liberal premium system
tho economy of tho nianaguuonl, audits large
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Company to Agents desirous, of realizing a hand
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gy. Apply to. v C.L. DADCOCK.
Btato Agent Phojiiix Mutual Life Ins. Co.
' dO-tf ' Union Block, Kutlaiu Yt,