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VEKMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, JU3ST.1S 25, 1868.
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N E W FIRM!
1847 tn-rtwsonni 1868
WYMAN & HUNTINGTON,
MONEY FtlltNtSlir.tt TO l'AY
Ogdensburgli to the West.
DAMTUfl .ft MMH1
NO. 2 BARNES' B3LOCJK
LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT.
Would sav to tlic people of Franklin County,
that they are prepared to oiler them
Fresh from mnrkct, at tho lowest cash price, at
Wholcsalo and retail.
Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong and English Break
fast. Thcllnestin tho maikot. If you want
mixed Teas, buy puro Tens of HAltNES V
CItOWLEY, pick raspberry leaves and mix to
unit vour tasto. You will ilml it ohrupui tlmn to
liny mixed Teas of any New York Tea Company.
HAltNES A ClSOWLin KEEP THE BEST
(lo to 1SAKXES A CUOWLEY'K for the l.o.st
V. II. MOLASSES, SUGAIIHOTJSE
1'. li., UAVAXA.
if von would keep clean, lmy your
Of HAltNES A CKOWLEY.
PEEltLESS, 0. K.,
PIONEEIt, AC, AO.
TOILET SOAPS. AO.
To Tobacco Chowors, Smokers, and SnuH-Ti'.-kors
: Wo buy of tho manufacturer.-), and can
please you both in ipiality and price.
Wo want Farmers and Dealers to bear in mind
that wo keep tho l'uro Boston ground
Tho onls salt suitable for dairy purposes, which
will bo sold as low as can bought in this market.
For a good light and no danger of explosions,
Of 1JAUNES A CItOWLEY. l'rico as low as
Tho best brands constantly on hand.
Graham and liuckwheat Flour, liyo and Corn
Finally if you want anything in tho lino of
good groteries, tho place to buv thoni is at
liAHXES A CHOWLEVS.
Cash paid for all kinds of Country Produce -
Goods sold at wholcsalo at tho lowest possiblo
213 ISAltXES A CItOWLEY.
u:omu: w. iiahnps, ,.. ti.,ljVi
i..t.cuowu:v,. St. Albans M.
t UEAT JMPllOA'K.MU.VV IA OH.Vl'lS.
Tho attention of tho publio is called to a great
discovery in Dentistry.
THE GltEATEST ADVANCE .STEP EVElt
MADE I.WHE AltT.
Tho main dillicultv in weariiiL' artiticial teeth is
they do net hold in their place llrmly enough,
and add to this the annoyance of food trcttintr
under tho plate while eating. 1 have discover
ed a metnod or so constructing tho plato on
which the teeth are set that they will not btart
or drop while eating or sneaking, neither will
any particles of food get under tho plate, no
matter wnat tno condition ot tlio moutli is,
which is not true ot any method hitlicrtoused.
I have secured Letters l'atont lor tho United
States. England and France.
Tho improvement is not in material, but in
tho construction, whichsjecures the atmospheric
prcssuro on tno entire plate.
I have sold the exclusive of said improvement
to Dr. L. Oilman, to wit, tho Counties of Frank
lin, Washington, Lluttcndon, J.amoulo and
Grand Isle. Thoso wishing to avail themselves
or sucn improvement, win can on
Di', JL. (JULIAN,
ST. ALIJANS VmvMox-r.
November. U,.'JRC7. l'Jl-tf
T3Y recent enactments of Coni.'ress. all Sol
Xj diors who have served three years and have
received but $100 bounty horn tho United States,
or who, naving enusied tor tnreo years, wcrodis
charged in consequence of wounds, and tho wid
mv, children, or paronts of any boldier who en
listed for three years, under a promise of only
iuu uouniv, aim wuodieu in tno service, aro en
titled to an additional bounty of ONE HUN
DllED DOLLAltS I
All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or
foot, or have incurred disability equivalent to
the loss of hand or foot, aro entitled to a largo
increaso of pension.
All pensioned widows of soldiers or sailors aro
entitled to an incroascd pension of two dollars
per mouth for each child under sixteen years of
Claims of tho above nature, and for arroars of
pay, ollicors extra pay, tor liorscs lost in tho U.
. service, commutation of rations of prisoners
of war and prizo monoy, will bo promptly prose
cuted by application by lotter, enclosing dis
charge trom servlco, will bo attended to and tlio
necessary papers returned to pncant iorsig
natures, Ac. E. A. SOWLES,
Oftieo over tho First National Hank,
St. Albans, Aug. 17th,18(iG. 123-tf
FOlt SriHNQ STYLE OF SILK HATS, call at
WM. N. SMITH k, CO'S.
EOK Ties and Scarfs, of all kinds at
WM. M. b.uliH A CO S,
APElt and Linen Cuffs, a largo assortment
at Wil. N. SI11TH & CO'S,
Acknowledging tho kindness and liberal pat
ronage of tho public in tho past twenty years, I,
Charles Wy man ,
Now ri'unr tho promise, (and let the past ho tho
assurance) that this corner of tho good little
STATU OF VERMONT,
And sou'io portion of tho 1. Q., shall bo well and
honestly supplied at tho lowest possiblo rates
with all tho grades of American, Swiss A English
In 0 OLD and SILVHK Cases.
J E W E L B Y
Latest patterns and all grades
Masonic and Mechanics' l'ins, Solid Silver Ware,
warranted lino as coin, llcautiful
ELEGTliO PLATED OOODS,
From all tho best factories, such as
Svrnp Cups, Mustard and Child's Cups, Vases,
Collin Plates, linallv everything of first quality
This is tli? only place in the county where you
can get, direct from tho manufacturers, tho
Genuine Win. Rogers & Son's
Spoois, Forks, Knives, Ladles Ac. Don't be de
ceived and buy a 2d quality goods when its so
easy to get the best and at almost tho same price
A great variety I locks, Table and 1'oeKet
In abundance. Everybody wants a knife- then
let everybody call and get one. A largo assoit
mailt ofOold, Silver and Steel Spectacles and
HAGS, GAMES IC.
ltiilo and Fistol Cartridges. Ilevolvcrs, lioberts'
Xeedles (warranted.) Watches, Clocl;s, and
.Jewelry repaired m tlio nest possible manner.
All work warranted satisfactory or nay refunded.
Engraving neatly executed, and at reasonably
At the old stand, liramcrds Jiuildmg, corner
Main and liank streets.
fit. AlbaiiH, Feb. 10th, 1808. 20:i-tf
Successor to Leonard, liraincrd A Co.,
WllOI.KS.U.i; AM) Ill'.TAII,
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
.. . VEHMONT,
Dealer in pure Jtnujs and Chvmirals, all of
which are bought and will be sold at lowest liv
ing rates. Itesinoids- -Eclectic reparations. U.
S. 1'. Tinctures, Fluid Extracts, Powdered
Drugs, iVC, iVe. ery clioico
Perfumeries and Toilet Articles,
llrushes of all kinds, Bathing Towels, Toilet
hois, wallets, 1'oeKet JlooKs and J ill 1 Holders,
Hand Mirrors, Thermometers, choice French.
English and American Soaps, l'ntoitt Mcdocincs
in great variety
New and Desirable Stationery,
Envelopes, Triple thick, Open end, White, Ca
nary. Hull', Gold, Corn, and Manilla. Fine Com
mercial note paper, Litter, Foolscap, Dill and
A few packets in very late btylcH, just received,
French Commercial, Octavo, Ladies Note, and
Scpiarc Paper, and Envelopes to match. Call
cany, wnue tno assortment is lull.
A very large assortment just in, including very
eiiuicu aim juiu itiuus, sucn as xno miesi vane
tics of Afaters, Balaam, l'atuuia, l'ansy, l'hlox
Stocks, Zinnias, Ac, and a nice lot of
and Ornamental Grasses. Intending purchas
ers would llnd it for their advantage to oxamino
while the stock is complete GAltDEN SEEDS,
from all tho best Seedsmen.
Kerosene Oil, Better and Cheaper
Puro ground it ml wholo spices, and ilavoring ex
tracts, and tho usual Jot or DltUGGlST'S
GHOCElilES. Dyo Woods and Dyo Stuffs.
Liquid Family Dyes. Neat's Foot Oil, Ac, Ac.
KS- Physicians' orders correctly lllled with
promptness, and puro goods supplied at low
PltESCItll'TIOXS Carefully Compounded.
Trusses, Shoulder Uraccs, Abdominal Supporters,
Ac,, fitted by a competent person. Agency for
Ar Sliowe $ Co's
Tea and Colleo, Teas 75 eonts, 90 coidu, SI 00,
$1 10, f 1 20, $1 10, and $1 60 per lb. All Teas
warranted, and monoy refunded if not satisfac
tory. OI It. DltAINERD.
St. Albans, May 2, 18G8. 130-tf
rpiIE Subscriber has removed his stock of
J. goods to Darncs' Ulock, Lake Street, oppo
site tho St. Albans Foundry, and will eontinuo
business there until tho completion of his new
htoro on Main Street. A'lOTOlt ATWOOD.
St. Alhitlis, May 11,1803. 21U-tf.
GIEXTS; FUltNISHING GOODS OF ALL
T KINDS, you will lind at
. WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
.0 TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for Gray's
x uiunv juuuiuuu ooiiar,
H. A. CUTLER, --PROPRIETOR.
All l'rinling brought to this Office, both l'lain
and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten
tion, at prices as low as tlio times will admit.
Wo do our work much better than can any
Office that will do a job of printing for nothing
for the sake of depriving us of it, and we are
ready to compare our work willi any similar
class of printing done in the cities, both in neat
ness and price.
Hand your orders into the Transcript liook
and Job 1'rintiiig Establishment if you take any
prido in having your printing done in a work
The Last GlfM! Success
will quickly restore Gray Hair
to its natural color and beauty,
and produce luxuriant growth. It is
perfectly harmless, and is preferred
over every other preparation by
those who have a fine head of hair,
as well as those who wish to restore
it. The beautiful gloss and perfume
imparted to the Hair make it desirable
for old and young.
For Solo by oil Drugglitt,
DEPOT, 198 GREENWICH ST., N. T. '
JMrOHTANT TO STOCK GltOWEltS.
Blood, Beauty, Speed, Kind
ness and Endurance.
Those who desire to raise first-class sotck, and
,, , ! II ' .
an lovers oi goon noises, aro respecttuuy m
formed that the Hambletoniau trotting stallion
ill stand for a limited number of mares tho en
suing season, at tho Homestead Stock Farm
Greenwich, Washington County, N, Y.; season
to commence on tho 1st of May and to end on tho
1st day of September. Young Dexter was bred
at Chester, Orange County, N. Y., is four years
uiu, uj - iinu.yiw s iiamuieioman, stands nearly
10 hands liigli, and is one of tho best of tlio ge't
of his celebrated biro. Youmr Dexter is a half
brother to Dexter, George Wilkes, Uruno, liru
netto allied to Mountain lioy and other well
known horses. Very evidently, from his size,
shape, etc., Young Dexter will not onlv bring
gentlo, lino and Bj.ccdy utock, but also handsome
carriago and family horses as welU It is mani
festly for tlio bonoiH of stock growers that they
obtain not only tho best and most popular blood
in tho country, but also that which commands
the highest prices in market, and it requires no
moro labor or caro to raise a good colt than an
inferior ono. It was with tho view to improvo
tho stock of horses in Northern New York, Ver
mont una iotv jinmpsiurp, etc,, that Voting
Dextor was purchased bv Its urewnt nwiim- Mi
ll. G. Fafjo, Editor of tho People's Jokrtml tho
object being to bcneilt farmers and stoulc growers
who aro willing to undergo tho caro and -expense
necessary to tho raising ot good horses..
For further particulars, terms, etc, address
Homestead Stock Farm, Greenwich, Wasliington
County, N. Y. E. G. STltATTON,
TTOUGHTOX'S OYSTElt HOUSE,
BiiUNES' BLOCK !
Chesapeake & Uaiiiitiorc Oysters
AT W'llOLKSALi; AND ItUTAII.,
This brand of oysters is the largest and finest in
tho market. Hotels, I'rivato ral lies, and Fes-
tivals, furnished ut inside pricea.
FOR VOUR PAPER !
AND THIS AUVlillTISHMKNT
GOOD FOR TWENTY DOLLARS
NtNt: not.i.Aiis vnp rirrv cunts
GOOD FOR TEN DOLLARS!
One of these Advertisements will be accented as '
one dollar on every cash purchase amounting to ,
Oil I'll TV VESTS OX .! I'l'IK'IIASi: 01'
Olt TWEXTY-FIVE CENTS on a : UltCHAST, of
Or a copy of tho
Vermont Transcript one Year
Oh a Cash l'ltrcliasc oj' $:t.
WHEELER AND BAILEY'S.
Wo have in variety and stvle. not to ho sur
passed in Northern Vermont,
BOOTS AMD SHOES !
Crockery and Glass Ware, Leather and Shot!
I-indmgs. Also Agents lor tno
GREAT NEW YORK TEA COMPANY.
Twentv-threc different kinds of Teas at (ill cts.,
70 cts.. 80 cts.. 80 cts., $1.00, ?!..(), $1.1.", and
the veiy best at $1.2."). Coffees 30 and cts.,
and the very best at 10 cts. Every thing in
CUSTOM WORK !
Wo manufacture to order. Our styles of work
consist of Ladies' and misses' l'olish, high cut,
and liutton Hoots, ot tho uncut quality ot Scrgo
Kid and Calfskins, and of perfect pattern. Of
Gents wear, we aro the
Acknowledged Champions !
Consisting of Oxford Tics, llalmorals, Gaiteis,
and Hoots with or without tlio box toes, mado
from the real warranted
FRENCH ! !
Call early and often at tho Wholesale and Itctail
Cheap Cash .Store.
WHEELElt ,V HAILEY,
138-ly Main Street, opposite tho Court Houso.
IiKECK & WEfllEKBEG'S FOR
" I'OOICE'I' KNIVES,
SALT, SiO., AC.
To solicit oulcrs for all kinds of marblo work.
either on commission or by tho mouth. One
uo to tho business preferred. Apply by letter
or personally. u. w. uiieisn.
St. Albans, April 20th, 1808.
Gt O TO WM. N. SMITH .t CO'S
f Patent Sliapo Collar.
CO'S for tho llenus
1 CHUNKS OF ALL .KINDS; TTtAVELLING
. lJags of all Itiuda, at
WM, N. SMITH A CO'S.
SIMCITK U FOSTER
HAVlNO l.r.AHl'.I) Till: Ol.p STAMP AT
jfto, 2, Darrow Block ! !
l or a term of years, have closed their branch
store on Lake .Street, and consolidated at . o. 2,
Darrow lllock, where you can tliul manv goods
Sold at Cost,
,s,., ils Over Coats, Under Coats, Pants. Vests,
.-loins, iirai, nais i 'apt, ,e., ,Vc. We ar
At cost, and lesM. to make loom fo our Spr
Slock, that is already coining in. Wo Keep tin
largest assortment ol
Half Soils, Coats, Vests and Pauls, Under Gar
ments, Hats, Caps, Collars. Wo not onlv make
a speciality of the
lint keep a largo assortment of a dozen other
styles. Ties, Hows, anil Knots. We have and
keap for sale, every New Stvlu. V ask atten
tion of all who wish
C L 0 T li I N G
On prices, we can't bo beat: on quality of goods,
wo keep the best. Uy calling at No. 2, Darrow
lilock, you can satisfy yourselves. No grum
bling if you don't purchase.
SMITH A FOSTE1I.
I.. 311). SMITH. IpJi'i?!11 " 1! 1""s'1'1'"'
PLASTER PARIS !
On hand and arriving, fresh ground, in sacks.
The Plaster is too well known as a fertilizer in
this county to need any comments. Every
farmer should avail himself of a few tons before
tho sleighing is gone.
F1VE HUNDRED BUSHELS
HUNGARIAN OATS ! !
For seed, imported by Mr. Hill, of Grand Isle
County, weighing thirty-eight pounds to tho
bushel, and a very heavy yielding oat.
ltaisc) in Grand Isle County.
UK ASS SKK1), CORN,. IIIJCKWHKAT;
Ten tons choico
DAIRY AND CHEESE SALT !
Also, a largo stock of
FRESH GROUND FLOUR,
On hand, which wo are sellings
FROM $10 50 TO $17.
The above stock is bought lor cash, and sold
at a small advance from cost.
CA IA4 AND KXAftliNM.
Casli paid for all kinds of Farm Produce.
201-Sw. S. 0. NOlSLE .V SOX.
mo THE WOltKIXa CLASS. Farmers, Mo
JL ehanics, Ladies, and everybody. I am now
prepared to furnish you with constant employ
incut at, yoiu homes the wholo of your time, or
in your spare moments. HtiHiness now, light
and profitable. Fifty cents to $5 per evening is
easily earned by persons of either sex, and the
boys and girls earn nearly as much as men.
Great inducements aro ollcred thoso who will de
vote their wholo timo to tho business, and, that
every person who sees this notice may send me
their address and test tho business fur them
selves, I mako the following unparalleled oiler;
To all who are not well satisfied with tho busi
ness, I will send $1 to pav for tho trouble of
writing inc. Full particulars, directions, &a..
sent free. A sample will bu sent by mail to all
who send 10 cents. Address JJ. 0. ALLEN,
211-lm Augusta, Malno.
EW CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS, JUST
received at YM. fi. BJItTll & CO B.
Xoi'ticni Transportation Commni
The only Through Daily Line between
Ogdensburgh and Chicago 1 1
And Intermediate l'oits.
Only Six Days Through With
out Change of Boat.
This well known nml i-.. n
during tho present Season, run their L'ino o
nrsicuHs upper uatiiii steamers dally, hotweon
Ogdenaburgli, Oswego, Cleveland, To'lodo, Do
troit, Chicago. Mlluaukeo. and Inteimcdiate
ports, leaving Ogdouiburgli on arrival of Ex.
press train from tho East.
PASSENGERS AND FAMILIES
Moving West, can embark with their luggage,
'reams, Stock Ac., and land together without
disturbance or transhipment, at their port of
destination, thus avoiding the gieat inconveu
ience of the many changes, delays and ixpen.
eh, or ollim- run! en. These Steaim-l s have laigo
( abins and State llooms, amplv and neatlv Inr
nished, for lirst class l'assengers and Families,
who may wish to tiiruish their own provisions.
No cilotts will he spared to maintain the reputa
tion ot this, as the
CHEAPEST AND BEST UOV'VE!
A thniough lebuildiiig, lelltting, repaiiing
and lelurmslied. with several new boats added
to the line, makes this now the mor.t conil'orta
ble, jileasant and e.peilitious route t i the great
Most. He sure and see the Agents of this line
belore j on buy your tickets. Trust v nu n will
always meet passengers at the depot' in Ogdens
burgh to take checks and re-check Eaggage.
Ask for tickets vi.i
NOPTIfWN TIi'ANSl'OL'TA ION
The only Daily American Line leaving Ogdens
burgh. We will make it the interest of everv traveller
to see the Agents of the line before purchasing
elsewhere. Through tickets over all tho Wes
tern llaihoad Lilies can be obtained on applica
tion to GEO. W. SMITH, otllec, corner Ford and
l'altt rson Sts., oppo.Mte.Iohuson House, Ogdi-ns-burgh,
N. V. One hundred pounds of luggage
free to each passenger.
II A QUA GE CHECKED THRO I 'Gin
To all points. For through tickets and other
information, apply to (1. A, EDDY.
Olllci- Steamers' Landing. Ogdensburgh, N. Y.
Geo. W. Smith, General Ticket Agent. 11, G.
Goodno, Passenger Agent. 212-tf
uiAs am) MKi.m)i;os:
Tlio subscrltier would announce that ho has
received the agency lor tho Shoninger Or
gan and Melodcon Company, New Haven, Conn.,
and will furnish instrununtH of tho
j-'hxjisr rom: a sit flximi,
To Agents or Families, on tho most nasonahlo
terms. They manufacture fifty different kinds
from ono to six sets reeds, with or without
SIU1 llASJi AjXJ) TUKMOl.O.
All of these instruments possess great power,
with sweetness and tlexibility of tone, as ready
to respond to tho touch as a piano; the cases
aro highly ornamented 111 external iinhh, the
very best of materials being used -warranted to
111 YE .S'.l TJSFAVT10S.
Any person wishing tho best instrument for tho
least amount of money, will do well to examine
these before purchasing elsewhere.
O. D. FAltltAlt, Agent,
St. Albans. VI. 182-CniH
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SACK COATS FOlt SPltING, go to
WM. N. SMITH A CP'S.
a 1WC0 P Pants and Vest at
WM. N. SMIVl A CQ'S.
70U Sl'HING OVEltCOATS OF ALL KINDS,
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
O TO W.M. N. SMITH it CO'S for all kinds
rjpniCOT JackoU at WM. N. SMITH it CO'S,