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vfkmojstt daily TKA-isrscxrr pt, Jinsric 25
Vermont Daily Transtn'i pt. I
TlIl'ItSliAY, Jt'Ni: 180S.
tu? Interesting mutter, original or se
lected, inny always bo found on tho llrsl
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The Union ltopubllcan voters of Hie
town of St. Albans are requested to
meet at the Court House on Saturday
the 127lh Inst., at seven o'clock p. lit., to
choose four delegates to the State Con
vention to be holden at Ihirlington the
1 1 tli day of July, and eleven delegate.-)
to the county convention to be holden
at Sheldon the 12nd day of July.
James Saxh. - Town
J2WAHi A. Smith, j Committee.
Tin: Ui;. Ro(ii:n S. Iowaiii, of
Woodstock, m 111 preach in St. Luke'
C'liurch on Sunday next.
JlT. JlKV. WIIjI.IAM JO, Ahminoto.v,
J). I)., of Milwaukee1, -Asiistant HNhopof
Wisconsin has been for several days last
past with his family at the YVolden
.House, St. Albans. He leaves this
(Thursday) evening for Augusta, Maine.
Hox tn Clothing. A box of cloth
ing for the orphans in the Home, at
JJurlinglon, has recently been contribu
ted by citizens of Ilighgato, and'scnt to
Cwcis in .Swanton-.
cans of Swanton met
evening and elected the
tlemen delegates to the
in caucus last
vention: Win. H. JJlake, T. 15. .Marvin,
John Smith anil S. H. Jennisou.
Hni,v Kitt'lT, inc. We noticed us
line a lot of garden strawberries at the
store of H. L. Sampson it Co. to-day as
ever was seen. They looked clean, cool
and luscious, and we are prepared to
say they arc so. In addition we saw
a plenty of green pea, new turnips,
pine apple.1, etc. Let those who like
such choice eating make a call atSamp
Knullshy IiOixii:. At a meeting of
r.nf:lisby Lodge of K. and A. M., in
thi Village last evening, the following
Oiliccrs were elected under their char
ter recently obtained from the Grand
( ieo. L. Stone,
S. K. Goldsmith,
J. S. Walker.
S. H. "Lewis, Jr.,
II. 1 Aldrich,
II. L. Stanwood,
Mr. Forbes, Senior Warden, declined
a re-election. Tho lodge is to lie con
gratulated on the choice of an excellent
board of ollicers.
Nkst ok 'I'ii km. Mr. A. 11. Lin
, pf "Warren, Mass., is now engaged
in packing eggs at Swanton, the most of
which were purchased at St. Johns, at
12 cents per dozen. liy a preparation
used by hint, in which tho eggs arc
dipped, they are each thoroughly insu
lated, and can be kept fresh and good
for a long time. Three thousand doz
ens have been packed up to this date.
Tn the winter, when they will be put
into the Boston market, they will bring
from 10 ets. to 01) cts. per dozen, thus
leaving a good profit.
K r. John's Dav. This day, which is
one of importance in speculative Ma
sonry, and is dedicated to the memory
of Kt. John, or as some say, Saints John,
was celebrated by the Alasonic frater
nity and the Canadian Society of St.
Jean Uaptiste, in the village of St. John,
P. Q., on Wednesday, in a line manner.
The Montreal Hand and the St. Albans
Jlrigaile JJand were in attendance, and
furnished excellent music. There was
a Masonic pic-nic and an excellent re
past. Every effort was made to suita
bly entertain guests, and those wo have
seen who were present agree in the state-.
meat that they were splendidly treated,
and that "mine host" Minotte did tho
honors at his excellent hoiel in a mail'
jier not to be forgotten. Iu the morning
mass was celebrated in the church, fol
lowed by a sermon, and In theaftornoon
vespers wore said. Two orgnnists of
ficiated musically, and the playing is
s.iid to have boon exceedingly line.
There was also a Masonic celebration
at Alburgh, at which an address was do
livered bv JUsv. Dr. Camp, of House's
Point, N. Y. The ladies of Alburgh got
up an excellent dinner, and tho cele
bration was in all respects a pleasant
Ni:w Masonic Ham,. Tho brick
block in Swanton formerly occupied in
part as a post olllco has recently received
an additional story which improved its
appearance very much, and makes it
now one of the handsomest blocks in
town. The upper story has been added
bv tho Masonic fraternity, and Is be nir
finished oil' neatly and substantially as
a lodge room mid place of meeting for
tho encampment of Knights Templar,
with the appropriate ante-rooms, etc.
Tho hall is high and has excellent
means of ventilation, and we do not
doubt that tho fraternity will feel com
fortably at homo In it soon. Concern
ing which, more anon.
Latest Cask ok Pmugglinu. Upon
moval of seals and Inspection of the
freight train, by ollicers of the Customs
litis afternoon on it" arrival from St.
Johns; a young man was found secreted
in a car load of sacks of salt. This is ir
regular anil entirely unwarranted by the
laws of nations, and may indicate anoth
er Fenian move. Who knows? At
latest accounts the salt had not been
seized nor duties paid upon the man.
Not Hianr. The Agent of Stone &
Murray's Ciicus obtained permission, its
others have done before him, of the vil
lage authorities, to erect a bill-board up
on which to display their illuminated
bills. At an expense of probably a
hundred dollars they put up their pos
ters. Tliev ought not, doubtless, to have
been permitted to put up their postern
where they did ; but after having done
so by permission, it does not seem right
thai their work should lie torn down, to
their manifest injury, as was done lift
night. The agent and the circus com-
patty are not to blame, if blame there is,
and should not be made to hear (ho in
jury which has been visited upon them.
Tnwx Cacctp. We publish io-nlght
the call of the town Committee for a
caucus to select delegates to the County
and State Conventions. Two of the
members of the Committee have been
absent, which accounts for the delay in
issuing the call ; though the caucus will
be early enough, no doubi. We regret
thai we did not receive the call early
enough to put in our weekly edition.
Sunday Sohooi, IMc-Nic Tho Sun
day Schools of the Methodist and Bap
tist churches In St. Albans, accompa
nied by their Superintendents, teachers,
Hev. Mr. Cobbj and various citizens,
tonic a special train at!) o'clock this morn
ing for Highgate, to indulge in a pic
nic. Owing to lite duties which come
with "publication day" we were com
pelled to decline an invitation to make
one of tlt'. pleasant party, but not to
omit thepleasuie of seeing the party oil
from the depot. After the company
had assembled a hymn was sung in lite
depot, and then three car.? received the
eager and happy looking schools, who-e
children for a day whicit'w jjl be long
leiiteinberod by them enjoyed together
the ride and the pio-nic as beautiful a
dav as was ever made.
Picxx.it a xsi nr. 'l'lio i'ii cours-i)
lesions in Ponninansliip tnulci
till' ill- '
struct ion of Prof. W. INI. Pratt, has just
closed at tho Commercial College. Speei- j "
mens showing the impiovement of each
pupil weic examined by a committee
chosen by tho students, and premiums
awarded for first and second best nn-
provonient as follows:
1st class best improvement, Harney
Katell ; -tl best improvement, Miss Et
I2d class, best improvement, Willie
Saxc; lid best, Barney Katell.
Special coinplimontv were paid by the
committee to the specimen: of Mises
Kittle Wheeler, Eida Hrainerd, Lillio
Saxo and Alice Webster, also, to those
of Joseph Crosby, Charles Sampson, and
Mortimer I). Jewell.
Baiuik ACAunjtv. The tmniveivary
exercises oi tins institution win isiko
place July !lth anil 101 h, accoriling to
the lollowing lirogranime:
Thmvdny eveninir, July Dili, celebra
tion of tlie Social Fraternity. AihlroKs
by ProMiIont Angoll.
Krnlay alternoon, July lUtli. uraiiu-
svtinif Clans. Oration "The Element, of
f5iiccc?s," S. H. Buokinan, Ohuzy, Is. l .
Aniuycr&arv meelinj; oi Aesooiatou
Muiniii. Aililress by O. W. WHlaril of
AlontiH'licr, room by 31. yi. Heller,
l'roy, jN. i .
IJICIIMOXD JilTTTKU MA11K13T. The
Free l'rcfx says :
Monday was a quiet day, only 80 tubs
boinir brought in which sold for :() and
111 cents : and 2)0 boxes of chee.-e, rang-
ing from 3 to 10 cents.
IM.'itsoNAL Exi'liAXATioN. Jf tlio ed
itor of tlie JfcsscHfcr is under obligation
to the the editor of the yi'ccownbrthe re
port of the addresses delivered before
the Editors' ami .Publishers' Association
at Newport, as it says it is, it is not very
coninlinionlarv to the Jtccord to say the
least, as part of All. AlilliUon's speech is
reported iw belonging to Air. uiaru
We hardly think tlie editor of the h'c
curd reported it as given in the Mcmoi
rcr. liuttand Herald.
Castlkton. We Iind the following
items iu (lie Rutland J ft raid:
Col. V. Parker is one of Ihree Individ
uals wlio have purchased the marble
propel ty of tho late linn of Adams & Al
lien, in We-it Uitiland, paying for tho
sumo one hundred and iifty thousand
dollars. The new company began oper
ations one week ago last Monday morn
ing. The AiniHtrongs recently sold a tine
pair of matched team horses to Mr.
.Mead of Vest Itutlaiid, for the sum of
'six hundred dollars.
Mi'H. Karnoy tho wife of Michael Kar
noy, committed suicide, last Friday
zo5 ajmf)t from ear to ear. She had
night, by cutting her throat with
been an intense sufferer from consunip-
I tion lor a long time.
Albert Smith is catching an immense
number of trout thisseason. lie caught
onoafternoon Inst week one hundred and
fifty-eight in tho North Dritton brook.
IIo is a master of tho hook and line.
Chester Spencer, Esq., imposed a lino
of one hundred and lb'ty dollars and
' three months imprisonment on a vlola-
I tor of tho prohibitory liquor law. J t was
' oiiense. 'l'lio case was appeaicii
.to tho County Court.
ST. M.IIAXS MAllKWr .Tinip 1801
A I ri.iw,
" dried, peril),
Jit a.nm, per Imahcl,
bunr.it, pur 11.,
Oun, pur Imsliol,
i uiuJ iliUT., per cut.,'.
l:uan, per ilnz.,
" 'Ui ilile o.tru.
lir. M.I I) KT buniicl,.. . .
Hal Mil n
L.U1D, w b
Oats, ci , . (
l'oTAToM, per bushel,
,, Turk's island, ...
Woci. per lb.,
Wood per eonl
fin i no
a 0.1 ci i s6
nn ft 32
1 23 l An
2 "a fl 00
18 fit 20
11 mi tf 2 no
12 00 r,i 4 en
14 HO Uf. .7 On
K 'Hi fit, A a
ir in a is o
20 (,. 22
0 00 ' 110
1 no 2 iti
fto o '" :n o
75 10 CO
o c to
1 00 " 1 73
00 1 mi
0 on 1 no
4 50 7 12
MIUGIITO.V MAJSHKT Jinn: ' .
It, i l Cii tile. . Extra fat and heavy milium
Oxen, JH.23 a 114,311; 1st o,ualit HI 0i)i $14.00;
2(l(iialiti f 13.00 ci fl:U0; ;ld iinulltv ? 12.00 a
V,f,Vi IvVhuV l i-i' B n.e,in..ov.
tm u :120. or ecording
to value oh Incf.
.Itili It Cmv.!.;i (i $70; extra and ijooil i'ii 1
i f inn, wunoiu calves, an may no imrorii; tarrow
hum oriiuini tni i on.
S!i'.i ami I.iuuiii. ;)', ;
1 ill III) per head.
I .-lii.Uv. -Wholesale, 7 n Hi-, retuil, 7 a 12c;
DrcMHed, 00 it Oil cents. 1'iU Hoh tic a !).le.;
; V t-iil ul vi".. JSOOd rljllll (vi head."
! Hi. .... UriKlit.n, 01 i loe . Hi. Cimiiln
lot., 0 i Uu. Cairaknu i;!c (i '2i)c per lli.
.1 11. iu .
S'i ft He r' Hi.
2 li5 ii ii CO each.
IlOrViOX JIAIUCUT. .June ill
I I'loiu-. Ihc marU. t tor 1'ltiur h:m hem erv
I uiiHcttled during the weoli and priv: have fur-
tin r UeclliHMl ami teml ilownwaiil. New Hour I ""ose niiirveuiun i.iipius excileii tile wolulcr
from St. Louis, ns ri i l ived here on Momlnv l,lu' "'i'- mliuiialion of the Kuropcan Capi
hiMt, tin- tol inst, "iind crop prospects continue I and it will be ob.sened by readine; (be catu
of t'.ie niosi fmorablc I'haracter. Holders are lS"e "( attractiniiH, t'.mt many of the lVifornt-anxiou-
t'i hell. Imt cannot force oO'imv consid-' ll's n"d l'caluii's which made I he Inhibitions so
erable lot evi'n at lower llguivs, as the trade are , popular iu 1803, are with the Circus now.
purchasing only to snpplv immediate wants. I 'l'ho iniscdlaiieous attiiineinelita of the extra
i i.i isim. l'oi l; iH Muady and linn, with a 1 rSp Troupe of rerfornier.i have acquired a per
fair demand the past wee!;. ' The stales hao . I'ltiotiwhichuopreriouwattemptshavercachcd,
bet ii at 'J:! to 20 Sift for ni iinc : 'JS to W 73 for
nies.'; and ii) to .'(1 tor clear and extra clear,
licet ia linn and has been in fair demand, with
sales of KOI) bbls '20 to U'J for mess : 12 to 21 for
extra mens : and 20 to 27 for familv oxtra. hard
leni.iins the 'ame witlisteadv sales at 18. to l!k
(Mli. Kmolii d llains liaxe hen in fair demand
at 1 8 to 2 e ' lb as to quality.
Pi-nHiicr. -There has bceii a fair demand for
llutter since our last, but with the prospect of a
In iti'' inahe throughout the country, prices arc
not quite so lii in, paitictilailv 'for low and
medium Ki'aiieH. J lie oalcs have been :!0 to !!3c
for common and choice Xcw York and Vermont
daiies, but '.)", lo iile is iibout all that can bo oh-
t.iinedfor cry yood lots. Cheese remains about '
tho same. Tho stock of old is ab mt o.xhauated,
but new conies alon mon freely and of better 1
quality. The sales of new have been at (1 lo '
Lie inchidiii;: factory at 11 to 13c ''lli. White'
lieuiis arcrearce and linn, ami have been sclliii'.r '
at ?0 3 to 7 for blue pod and extra pea. Canada
l'eus rantrofroin 1 C'l to 1 01) '(.' bllf-h, as to the
' omtlitv. l'otatis are dull :nul nviees lmve i mi .1
olV. Sub s at $1 to 1 111 for Jackson whites, down
t", tJ3c for conimi'ii quality. Vgj(f luvve
linen ;ilri Villi' in 111'.' fri nj I mid 111 i.-o lin V n n-i unil
oil' to 2:1 to 23c '(j dozen.'
ilrpilltlictin I'lliiHl Sfdfc dm crntUm
Uiiioii Htate Convention will bo
! held at ittuiiiiKton, on Wednesday, Ju'v 1st,
1S0H, at 11 o'clock, A. M., to nominate Candi
dates for (lovernor, Lieutenant Governor and
Treasurer, to be mippei tcd at the Stale election
in September next; also to nominate "two Pre
sidential electors at lare;e, to be mipported in
the coining Presidential election.
Tho lteniililiean Union voters of this state aio
invited to be represented in tho Convention by
their delegates, to bo chosen upon tho basis ot
ono delegate from each town, and an addition
al delegate for every one hundred and lilty
votes cast for tho Republican candidate for Gov
ernor at the last State election.
The Delegates or their Substitutes will nrovido
themselves with proper credentials, signed by
ine M'ereiaucs oi tlie respective primary nieot-
linoiKii: W. GiiAxniiv)
C. W. Wu.i..lii
1!. 1). llAllIUS
G. G. liKNr.nicr
J). 1!. llAlMIY
Count ij Con rent ion.
The Union Republican voters of
Franklin County are requested to moot
in Convention, by their delegates, at the
School Il nise on the West sido of the
Creek, in Klieldon, on TirunsiJAY, Jcia'
lid, 1808, at 11 o'clock, A. M., to nomin
ate candidates for Senators and County
Ollicers for the ensuing year, mid to
transact any other business properly
coming before the Convention.
In conformity with the rule adopted
by the Convention of 1807, tlie several
towns will bo entitled to delegates as
One for each town ;
One for every lifty votes cast at tho
last annual election for the Union Re
publican candidate for Governor, in
each town ;
One for the fraction of iifty voles, over
twenty-live, in each town, cast as above
The Delegates will provide themselves
wiin proper credentials Horn their sev
eral town eauouaes.
S. P. CAiti'KNTi:u ) County
.1. M. UoTciiKiss Committee
Al.MOXT 15AHXKS J
St. Albans, Vt., June 18, 1808.
Mr. l' Ij. (ioodsneed'ri New Hou&e at Misais
ipioi lipiing.-, is now riain mr tho leccptinn oi
A Siipc rior article of Graham Flour, for s;
at the store of HAltXKS A CItOWl.KV,
d:S:i-tf Lake Street
"VfOTICJi OF KEI.UJtn AND S.YLK.--'fliu
IA following dci-cribcd nronertv waa boiv.ed
by OllicerH of the CiHtoius for violation of tlie
Itevemio Laws of Iho Tinted States, via:
At llakerslleld, June 11. ISOtj. one ItnvMaiv
Said property will be Hold at public auction at
the Cuitoni House, West litrkshire, Yt on
ediiewday, June, tilth, ikiil. at 11 o'clock, a. in
(ii:o. J. STANNAllU,
Collector of CuHtoiim,
Custom House, DUtrlut of Yeiiuont, Collec
tor's Ollice, liurlingtoii, June 15, 18(iri. d:i()-lw
Tho co-partliershii) hentofore existing under
tho Htylo of Soulu A lleiitley, is this day dissolved
liy mutual conse'it. All demands duo tho linn
aieheiiby transfi jred toA.G. Sonic, and all
liamuticH to he setiled by said Soulo, who will
eoimuue i lie inibiiiess at tlio old stand.
A. CI. SOl'J.K.
ralrlleld, Juno 22d, 18(18. II. K. UK.NTbUY.
'-K0,Vii,ylL1J of spring Hats and Caps ut
Ilv wm.n. hmith ,v CO'S.
THE BEST IN THE WORLD
STONE & MURRAY'S
c i n c u s !"
WILL EXHIBIT IX ST, ALttANS,
TUESDAY JULY 7TH.
AFT12HNOON AT 21 NIGHT AT 8
Doom open onu hour piovioiis.
AtlntiHuioa 50c. Children under ten yonri 23c.
This ii tlio only
FIRST CLASS EXHIBITION
That will Vermont tlii season.
Stone & Murray
l)olro to nnnounee tho Second Tour of their Po
pular Circus, tliiimuh the State, and to repeat
their earnest thankH for the manv favors be
slowed upon them during She WU of
Stono, Rosston & Murry's Circus in
Fully appri l intin tin. kindm H and K''cn-itv
shown them in llicir elfmu to nmine their p.it
rons in 1V03, il slinil 1-t'i cpiiclimt iiiiiiorstniie
.V Slurry tiiieiidu l!u;,' i-vicits worthy of the
oontilitliiiui' ,)i imtilie contidic.. t 1 1 il hiinnoit.
Tlie I'roprietnm have no hesUntion in asaiu iiir
,llt' citizens of Vurniont, that
oe.i; fariw, jie Samo pro dom i n at i n q Pcaturos
xtra ?() 00 it ' Which avo thin Circus, in 1807), nu exalted repu
, tation fur oxeelleiicu and lesppetnliilitv, will
I (joveni it this Meason.
Stone & Murray
Will etuliavor, liy a well dileclcd um- of th"
almndaiit resources at thuir coniinand, to make
tho coinine; Kxhihitioiis tho nuisl
Refined and Interesting Ever Given.
'i'o render their Circus lCnteitainincntH magni
llcent licynnd all precedent, Stone A- Murrv have
iiiiuie special encagcmcntH with ocvcral
cn,,: A: ol ,i
. rOI'Cigil Arctll CelebntlCCG,
Splentlor and Novelty
All Exhibitions that have , since 1803, omayed lo
amuse tho public, and
Beyond the Resourcos
Of any other Kxhibitio.i, of whatever hind, to
imitato. Jlany of tin Acts anil Feats aro cntiio
ly now in America, and v, ill be executed by
Having no Paralois in their Amazing
Look n( this vIimimI Array of Sensational Itlders,
Ivmotioiiiil ;ymnn'ti, I'lietioieeunl Aeiobats,
the ino"t noii.l rful in the Unhi Vf-e :
DPDUE EM1L1E HENRIETTA ,
' Tho Graceful and Da.-hin
no, the most brilliant and daring Lady Kider
ever seen. Hi r llr.- t season in America. Mllo
Henrietta will apjiear at each Exhibition in her
Grand Kiiuestnan Act, executed iu the same
atcinaiing diyio viucT. won lorlier tlie apiilauso
THE G-REAT JOHN HENRY !
Tho hiiperb dellaneo Champion Equestrian and
ii.ii.ii.il. in ti .niiiu, i ii it uiii eioi in iiiu l. ll liu'
Naiioleon, Paris.-- His Urst season in America.
This illimitable performer will disnlav his re-
markiible t.ikntn in hi.s ori;in.il letrovert jug
gling Peats on a snift runiiiiig si ed, and in his
complex uu taiuorphosie act of Lou Naius Gro-
Mllo. JEANETTE ELLSLER.
The uueiuialled Tight-Hope Danseuse. - Her
iirwt soason in America.
Miss EMILY COOKE,
The splendid English Mam ge KimcBtricimc,
(her ilrst season iu America,) who will illustrate
tho Clastic Graces of Itoad Ipiestrianiiiin on
her thorough-bred English Itacer, the famous
LE JEUNE BURTE,
Tho l'reniier llan bach Horseman. C'hiiinplou
lild r ot tn worm.
MURRAY AND HUTCHINSON,
Tho Kxeolsior Acrobats. Tho originatom of ft
now tci'len ot Novel i'erionnanees.
THE GOLDIE BROTHERS,
(leorj-e. llenvl and Claude, the peerless Sensa
The noted Kiiglish l'rotran Character llidcr.
1'irst season iu America.
MR. DEN STONE,
't he id.illful Doctor of run, and l'opular Hit
MR. NAT AUSTIN.
the merry Monarch or Clowns, ai'd favolitu
jester, will preside in the department of mirlh,
mid furnish, from their inuniilcent fund uf wit
and humor, sparUlilic ideas and happv fancies.
MR. HARRY NORTH,
The most cxiieit, tumbler ill the World.
MR. BURT JOHNSON,
The champion leaper and vaiilter.
MR. GEORGE MURRAY.
The Grotesque Comedian.
MR. T. WILLIAMS.
The reinai liable paiieratist.
MR. JAMES GAYNOR,
The amazing Kquilibri it,
The chief atl aches willbeaidid bv a comploto
force of Auxiliary Talent, the whole fonniiiK tho
J Hi 1 1 iaii 1 Circus Troupo in the World !
Urst -class tali nl than
Ibis country possess.
f. Ceo. V
llii'a-lmiMon'n 'oudei fid and Sa-
DEN STONE'S JOCOSE MULES !
Arc fixed features with this Circus, and their rc
inirl.able portrayals (if animal Intelligence, will
continue to afford neh themes for amusement.
STos-K ,V- Mritin's Ciucrs will'Kxhibit in llnr-
liiifiton, July 1; Milton. July (i: Franklin. JulvH:
iiifiton, July 1; Milton, July (i; Franklin,
liichford, July 0.
Tickets will bo for sab" three days in ad
at K. II. lIuiitiiiKton'ri Jewelrv .Store.
NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT.
ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868,
FOUR -HORSE 00A0H
WiM urn from St. Albans to Sheldon, as fol
I,"tne st. Albans, ei-orv day at 2 o'clock p. m.
Arrhe at Sheldon at 1 o clock p. m.
J.'jie Sheldon at S o'clock a.m. Arrive at HI.
A'bi'ns f 10 o'clock a. m.
H. .TKNKISOX, rrojiriotor.
-t. All o. May 23th, 18G8. dI5-tf
You will Pint! a I
S ? !
Opposite the Park.
Life Insurance Company !
or xuw vokk.
All Policies by their terms Non For
DIVIDENDS COMMENCE l YEAR.
Projiltt all Divided Amoiuj J'oliei
G-oneral Agent For Vermont.
ST. AlilSAXS, VT.
At the iresent tiniu then- is much competition
among J.uo insurance uompaniefi, and many
agents are far too regardless of tho truth, in
statements when soliciting for ilsKs, heueo it is
an important lor persons uiteiidmg to insure
their fives, to insure only with agents whom
they Know to be reliable, again it is always most
satisfactory for parties assuied to have their
risks with Local agents, then there is no dillleul-
i V or llllll!''!'!' of Iiihm ill fl'niiwlllitHiii. iirnmSiimu
lVrsons intending to insure their lives will find
it tor tlieir advantage to nee, the agont ol the
i manual! -uiiiuai neiore insuring eisownere.
State of Vermont.
Ornur. or Kmu;r.iiv or Sr.vri'
Northlleld, June 1, 1808.
t-.ealed proposals are hereby invited for print
ing the following Slate iJoi'iiments, to wit : Ite
ports of the Auditor of Accounts, Adjutant and
Imnicctor General. (Juartenii.ist'ir General. Ser
geuiit at urni!;, Itnihoail tlonmiissiono.', I'nimni
niishiouer of the lnsnne, Directors, 8ll)eriuton
dciil and t'haplaiii ot the Utate I'limm, Trustees
ol i lie Vermniit liClorm ticliool, and Trustees ol
tlu Uiiim iity of Veriuuiit and Mate Agricultu-
l -il College, iu tho general lorm and stvle ot the
I. Nisof erinunt, for ltlii7, to bo bound in one
oluine and delivered at tho ollleo ot the Secre
tary tif Ktnte, in ilontlielier, on or before tin
liivt .Monday followliig tho second Thursdiiy in
Also, tho r.enort of tho Hoard (if Education in
tlie same lorm and stylo, bound in a single vol
nine, and to be delivered in thu aanio time and
Also, the Annual Session Lawn of 18C3, iu the
same aiyio, iiounu iu n Biiigio voiiuuo, aim to ne
ready for distribution on or before the Urst day
of January, lfiCl),
Also, the Senate and IIouso Journals, in the
K.aiuo general form and Htylo of thoso of 18117, to
ne Douiid in separate volumes, ami leaiiy lor
distribution on or hufcro tlio Urst dav of .Hay,
Details of contracts will bo governed iu all
particulars by the provisions of No. til. of tho
painnnict i.aws or icof, to wiucii parties inter,
ested aro resneetfiilly vefened.
HlanU proposals lor bids will bo furnished nt
unco tu jiiil lien ui-i9jii!i iu fiui'l oiioeuiuvaui iOl
any part oi tins won;.
Tho ngnt to reject ail or any proposals, as may
bo deemed lor tho interest ot tlio State, is hero
d28v2203w Secretary of State.
J UWJLU Coats, all kinds, at
YM. N. mJIITH .V
YOUTH H Clothing of all kinds at
WM.N. SMITH & CO'S.
'w ift' it
7b the Vermont Dtiihj Trmttcript.
Work on Denver Pacific R. R,
FIGHT AT H0B0KEN",
Niiw Yomc, June 25.
An Havana letter says the Ameri
can Brig .1. M. Burns had been com
pelled to pay $2,00 per ton on a cargojof
molasses when the legal rate was .'50
cents and the United States consul had
laid the case before the State Depart
ment at Washington.
The six military commissioners in
Cuba had sentenced 27 prisoners to
death in three months.
San FitANCisco, .1 line 21.
rite ilag shipPensaeola starts soon for
Victoria where the Admiral will con
sult other naval ollicers upon the num
ber and disposition of tho fleet on the
oast of Alaska.
N. Y. Junc2.ri.
The work on tho Denver Pacific U.K.
flic Master Masons have voted to
hold daily 'meetings to resist the eight
There was a disgusting light at llobo-
ken among tho roughs, before the boat
race yesterday. A crew of rowdy boat
men attacked .Urown on the .indues'
boat and would have beaten him to
death had not a policeman fortunately
been present, and, with the aid of citi
Ni:w Yokk, Juno 2".
Venezuelan dates of 7th Inst, slate
that in a recent battle in Caro Gen. GUI
with "00 of his troops llgure among the
Idled anil wounded. Cien. Mnnngiis was
before the gates of Caraccus demanding
n unconditional surrender of the
M ir.w or.it, June JW,
Joseph JJloongast was sentenced to
six years imprisonment at Louisville,
yeaslorday for frauds on the Govern
ment while in the Eevonuo ollice.
Nkw York, Juno 25,
One hundred and twenty editors from
Minnesota and "Wisconsin arrived in SI.
Louis last evening on an excursion,
D. M. Fox was nominated as Demo-,
cratio candidate for Mayor of Philadel-:
Ninv Yoiut, Juno 25,
riMlE co-partnership existing under tho naiiio
I of Ilitehius .'c Eennof is tliis dav dissolved.
All debts will bo paid by Ilitehius, and all sums
due the linn must bo paid to tlio same.
"VfOTICE OF SEI.Ultl-: AND SALE. Tim
JV following described property was seized
by ollicers of the Customs for violation of the
liovcnue Laws ol tho United States, vi, :
At St. Albans, Vt., Juno lii. isi s. 45 cords
l.ossed Hemlock Hark.
Saidinroiicrty will be fold ut imblie auction at
tho Cuhtoin House, St. Albans on Saturday 27th
instant at 2 o'clock p.m.
Ul'.U. .1. St'A.NAlllI,
Collector uf Customs,
Custom Houee, District of Vermont. Collector's
Ollice, Burlington, I'Jth Juno 1HGH.
XN HANKltNl'TCy. This is to give notice,
Tliat on tho l!3th day of Juno A. D. 1811H, i;
Warrant iu liankruptcy was issued against tho
CHARLES E. THOMPSON,
Of St. Albans, in the County of Franklin, and
State of Vermont, who has been adjuged a Bank
rupt on ins oui l'ciitiou : unit tno rayniont oi
any Debts, and delivery of any Property belong
ing to .inch bankrupt, to him, or for his nse,
d tho Trausfi r ot any l'roniitj bv him, are
forbidden by Law j tluv a Meeting of the Cred
itors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and eliooue one or more Assignees oi ins ins
tate, will be held at a Court of Hankriintev. io
bo holden at the ollice of L. L. Lawience, in
liiirlington, in the county of Chittenden mid
State of Vermont, before L. L. Lawrence Itegis-
ter, on tho 'Jlal day of July, A. I). ltfliH at 111
o'clock A. -M. N. H. 1'LANAQEX.
2iv. VciHtty I'. S. JAiivin', as Messenger.
TN UANKltUl'TCV:. This is to give notice ,
That on tho 10th day of Juno A, 1). 18H8. a
Wairant in bankruptuy was issued against tlie
GEO. S. BRUNSON,
of St. Albans in tho County of Franklin and
State of Vermont, who has" been adjudged a
bankrupt on his own Petition ; that the pay
ment of any debts, and delivery of any Properiy
belonging to such bankrupt, to him, oi for his
use, and the transfer of any property by him,
aro forbidden by Law ; that a meeting of tin
creditors of bald bankrupt, to provo their debts,
and to choose ono or moro Assignee of his Ks
tato, will bo held at a Court.of liankruptcy, to
bo holden at tho olllco of L. L. Lawrence, in
llurlington, in the county of Chittenden and
State of Vermont, before L. L. Lawroneo, regis
ter, on tho 20th day of July, A. D. 1888, at 10
N. 11. FLANAGAN.
Deputy ('. . Mitrxhul, s Mefseinjer.
Lc. IjKAVENS, Successor to H. II. liow-
man, I Flour and Grain Merchant. Choico
brand of Flour always on hand at low prices.
St. Albans, May 13, 1803. 3LU