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VERMONT DVHAr TKANtiCWIPT, JULY 1.C), 1SG8.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
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Respect to His Mumohy. "Wo
loni'ii from the I'imea (hut. the Members
of the Chittenden County Ilur met at
! the Court lton-ein liurllngtoii, Tlutiv-
i day forenoon, .Indue Kinulley presiding,
illation 1 un wild as ever. Those IiihIiIo
appeal to know, definitely, little mole
than tltevc outside. All one eun tell is
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.Indite Mennett Were made hy .7uli;e men each with a strong parly at iuh
Snialley and .Indite "Wales, andiiHeries baek, ete. This morning Chaae seunin
of resolutions reported hy a ccmmlttco to be stronger thnn ever, and If the
i cotittlstliiir of Ton. Daniel Roberts, lion. Convention sessions could be prolonged
REMEMBER MONDAY, JULY 27TH !
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L. 11. Englesby, and Win. U. Shaw,
l-q., was adopted. The funeral of
Judge Uennett tool; place at the White
sheet ehuivh in the afternoon, when the
re.-olulions were presented and remarks
made by Hon. Daniel Robert- and Hev.
J. 11. Worcester, I). 1).
Tin: Xominationp. The Democrats
hereabouts wore very long faces yesler
day afternoon when they heard of the
nominations made by the New York
Convention. They conld'nt pet up any
entliu-iiim, and the biir gun was not
fired .as there was talk of doing if Chae
and Adams received (lie nominations.
A nemoeralie friend said, " the ticket
won't earrv an omnibus load." We
tli in It our friend is too much dim-on raged.
The ticket, however will be badly beat
en. Diiownhi). Ijiillier Wo nl. of K-s.v.-x
J unci ion, a Wheelwright by occupation,
while bulbing with n brother in the
Winomki riwr iu-it below the Willis-
Ion bridiM'. w.i-drowned on Widuesdny
veiilmr la-t. Diligent search has been
mad.- for iiU body, but at latest accounts
il bad not been recovered.
Atti;mi'Ti:d Simoidk. John Moran,
an insane person visiting in Uurlington,
al tempted to ciil his throat with a case
Kline, I' lne.-itav alternoon. lie was
arrested b Constable Drew and lodged
in jail. Upon the aniilieation of the
Mayor, an inquisition of lunacy was
held before Judge Wales, yesterday, in
Aforan'ri ease, which haa not yet been
decided. Jlis injuries were not .serious,
is the knife was a dull one.
Uffi Interesting matter, original or se
lected, may always be found on the first
(n it Daily. Those wishing to secure
copies of our daily paper can do so at
Mcrriflcld's and linker's bookstores, as
well as of carriers, and at the office.
Copies of our Aveekly paper may also be
had at these places.
Mi'MCAi. The .St. Albans Brigade
Hand, after giving another one of their
delightful rehearsals in the park last
evcninir. nreceeded to make several of
our townsmen face the music. Mcs.-is,
J. W. llobart, Lawience Hraineid, Jr.,
John C. iMirrar and Daniel Dutchcr
were among those called upon hy the
Keren ad ers. l blows are to be given,
these are the kind.
A lM.nASAXT I'j.aci:. We mentioned
Mime time ago that Abner Forbes, Esq
hud purchased the residence of Stephen
J. Sow lc- J,s(i.,on Ferris Avenue. Since
purchasing M r. lorbes lias made repairs,
alterations and additions, which const!
tute his residence one of the most con
venient and pleaan( in town. The ad
dition of a piazza along the front gives
grace to the whole appearance oi tlic
house, besides serving the ordinary use
of such an addition. Tasteful in all
filings, Mr. Korbes has .-o improved his
residence by the change made, as to in
crease its value greatly, and make of it
n neat and handsome home.
Why is the Democratic parly like a
blind horse? IJecau.-.c it became pros
trated in its efforts to see-wore.
Srowi: was tlic only town in Lamoille
County represented in the State Con
vention in Burlington.
J. M. FitAsint has been appointed Sta
tion Agent at (ieorgia, vice Sherman,
lloitATio Seymour, " the right man
inthoright place." The papers have rep
resented him predisposed to insanity,
yet he is hardly so crazy as the party
that nominated him expecting his election.
To Coi!iti:.si'oxi)i:xT.s. J. (J. T. The
name, of the Blair family is, as you sup
pose, a corruption. It was oilginally
written llrayer. The family is very
ancient, dating as far baek us Baalam,
at least. I thus degenerated sineo, and
never meets an angel now.
Fanny. Your poetry is too original
for us. Don't send us any more written
in warm weather. It won't keep.
John Jonkp. The Welden Spring is
permanently located here, AVater
drinking has become popular here since
its discovery, although there is no law
Canadian The "mill" between tho
prize lighters you speak of was not the
paper mill in this place, nor did tho
visit of O'lhtldwin, the champion light
er, spoken of by our venerable cotem
porary, have any connection with the
progress of work upon it. It will go on
just the same.
Studknt. ou ask us if it is true
that "Dido et dux "? Although your
spelling is faulty, we, being no inspect
ors of persons, answer you candidly ;
wo presume she did. The thicks could
not have been canvass backs, as tho
manufacture of canvass is of a more re
" hHAVi: ok Aiisknch" l'i.i:i)(ii:
Every West Point Cadet must, sign the
following before lie get" a day's leave of
Upon the honor of a cadet and gentle
man 1 certify that I have in no manner
or wav improperly interfered with or
molested, harassed or injured new ca
dcts, from my udniisMou to the present
tune : sunt i no utrtner pledge my non
or that during my ab.-enee from the
post of West Point 1 will abstain from
all intoxicating liquors and every dis.si
nation or excess lor tnrcc days imme
diate! v following my departure from
and preceding my return to the Acade
We fear the West Pointers frequently
disregard their certificate.
Ovmtcoitn iiyJIhat. The llydepark
Ncwail culcr of Wednesday says :
The beat for the past week, has been
inten.-e, and we bear of a great many
persons, all about, who nave been over
come. Among these wereW. C. Doane,
ivsq., siiertll of the county, who on
Friday last became so all'ccted by (lie
heat tis to lose till use of bis limbs for
several hours. On the same day, also,
we were intormed by Mierill iJoane, ii
A. Waterman, Esq., of Johnson, and
three or lour others were so overcome its
to fall from the effects of the heat. Tho
sun during I he day is perfectly scorch
ing and the niglitH ai "muggv." Hut
the corn, gracious, how il pulls up!
Mk. liinsAit Ci.wtvix and his helper
of Fairfax, says the Montpeher Artit
sawed in one week 00,000 feet of lumber,
with one of Lane's Mill, driven by a -10
inch Green Mountain Turbine water
wheel which is about the best sawing
on record. The mill is owned by Cat
kin and S. Garvin, and is situated about
one mile from Fairfax village on the
iviVThe most unhappy person in the
world is the Dysyoptic. Everythng
looks dark and gloomy : he feels "out of
sorts" with himself and everybody else
Life is ti burden to bun, This can all
be changed by taking Peruvian Syrup
(a protoxide of Iron). Cases of 7 years
standing have been cured by it.
JUSyMischiol that may be helped is
hard to know," said Lord Ilrooke. J Jut
the mischief that time would work on
the human hair may be forever avoided
bv the use of Barrett's Vegetable Hair
Restorative," which never fails to bring
back the hair to its original beauty.
(Irand Isle 'rtmtii Republican
Tho Union Republican voters of
Grand Tslo County are requested to meet
at the Court House in North Hero on
Saturday, August. Io. 18(),S,at 11 o'clock,
A. .M., to nominate a Senator and
County Ollicersj for tho year ensuing.
It. II. REYNOLDS, 1
J. II. CnAMnmtr.iN, y Committee.
J. M. Hawieican, J
Lcttci' from Xeir Yovlc.
Xinv Yoitic, July S.
The great excitements of tho day cen
ter in politics. Everybody talks Con
vention, whether he bo Democrat or
whether he bo Republican. Of the
proceedings of the National Democratic
Convention, up to date, you aro of course,
ere this informed by telegraph. Ah to
tho final action of the Convention, npeo
for Feveial days, he could have no mean
chance for the nomination. Perhaps he
will succeed ns It y. But 'tis useless to
nun up tin- chances which utilise, or
Pendleton, or Hancock, or Hendricks,
or tins or that man may nave, or seem
to have, for by the time (his reaches
you, the until result win prouauty no
As T write, the Convention Is assem
bling for its morning session, and the
large hall presents an animated scene.
PI io ITerahl is "poking fun" at this
Convention, in all sorts of ways, even
ridiculing its calibre, even afleefiiig to
icgard Hh membeis as small potatoes,
but despite all thi- lalhcr ungrateful
ridicule, there in a l enly of men well
worth looking in upon, even by itspolit-
califec. Tt is, of course, made up as such
conventions usifilly are, of a great va
riety of men, and some may, as tho Ifer-
nld e.m believe, know more than others,
and some prohahh less. Any man who
doubts that tbeie is a goodly quantify eif
brains here, or who doubts Unit some of
Ihe-Icade'.s of i nblic tolUieal thoueht
ire here, please step into tiie Conven
tion if you can gel a ticket, which may
he a hard matter. A pretty cheap sl, le
of political warfare is that in which our
politic-al locmu--t inevitably be e-allod a
jackass or a knave.
Gloom settles down upon tho Conven
lion in the death of Peter digger, of
Albany. He was riding home with
lobn G. Devlin from a dinner at the
iuaiinatlnn e;lui : the Horse's were
(eiieti and ran away, tin owing the
gentlemen from the carriage, instantly
killing Mr. digger, and very seriously
injuring Mr. Devlin. 'I he latter may
recover. Tho J rtiiune thus Honorably
treats a political foe: "Peter ('agger
was an eminent lawyer (lormerlv of
Hill, Porter and digger,) and had lived
oil years, for J0 oi which he had been
Secretary of the Democratic Slate Com
mittee. Alwaysdocliningollicc, he was
the most untiring, and since the death
of Dean Dichmond, the most eilicient
political manager in tho Stale. Frank,
genial, social and waini-heartcd, with
out a trace of ostentation or formality,
he was eminently popular and had mill
titudes of pcivonal friends in both of the
great parties, to wiiom nis oeain is a
sudden blow. He was in our city as a
delegate to the Democratic National
Convention, in whoso proceedings he
(ook.i deep interest. He leaves a wiel
ow una HCA'eral clnidron to lament itieir
fhe Soldiers' and Sailors' Convention
iftor pledging support to the nominees
of the National Democratic Convention
yesterday, adjourned fine die.
The Republicans a re, of course, deep
ly interestetl in their State Convention
at Syracuse. LI seems thai Horace
Greelev re-all v has strong chances for
the nominalion for Governor. There
can be no doubt that his ntiniination
would be received with enthusiasm by
the rank and file of the party.
The labor market is still unsettled
'Fhe trouble between the master masons
and their employees has not yet been
The importing worhl is quite dull jusl
now. unco in a wniie tiiey manage to
get una hoise-race or a regatta, but all
in all, take things rather quietly.
Through the season up to Friday last
the health of the city had been conipur
itively good. Since then we have had
an intensely hot spell of weather and
tlic mortality lists have rapidly inereas
oil. 1 n the .-even days ending at noon
of Saturday, there were only 41- tleaths
in New York and 1-2 in lhooklyn, but
in the succeeding three days, ending al
noon of Tuosdaj , iMf deaths, in this city
exclusive of tlio.-e in the public iin-titu
tions, were reporteil to the Board of
Health, while there weie nearly the
same ratio of increase in mortality in
the city of Brooklyn. The thennome
tor, luckily, lias gone down a bit, but
still we have very hot and very sultry
weather, leslonlay the mercury
climbed up to SI at .'! o'clock p. m.
The association for the suppression of
Gambling is gaining a new lease of lift
I'orty-one clerks who visit gaming
houses were reported to their employers
in June, and 17 new members were re
ceived. The association has a big job
on hand in the suppressing of the gam
ing propensities of certain of our citizens
anil some who aro not our citizens but
who visit here generally, but it seems
to be making some progress in its work
The great National Fair, for the bene
fit of the elestitule of the widows and
mothers of those who have fallen in the
land and naval servico of tho nation,
will open hero on the 14th of September.
Tho wives ami daughters of some of
our most distinguished citizens are
making extensive preparations for it.
Tho exodus of our fashionable pe-ople
from this city into supposed cooler re
gions is assuming large proportions un
der tho stimulus of tho intense heat.
When the Conventions all adjourn and
all our political cousins leave us, the
rest of us will probably depart, or at
least put up tho 8iutlcvs. 0.
7l Mr Vmnunt J'ailji lritntcriit.
The New York Convention,
WILL EXHIBIT AT
OF TI 1 IS
GREAT METROPOLIAN INSTITUTION
l'i 'riiiiiiu nllv istiiMinlic(l 1 il i-ilijr till) Rl'cnU'l- lini-ti'ili of Hie vi'tir ill 11
e'ity nf New Voi-li, Milieu is well Minwn lliiuiij,li(Hit tit.
sjik mlul hmi Kililice. in
country ns tlie
ml whieli, the prt nent weiiHiin, with its
2T I! W A IT r M A & N I ? I O tl M' T V T, A T U XI 33 S ,
.Never hi li. ' t luvi-eiited 111 Viiii'i'ii'ii, nill he elinhled to
I'ller eiilevhiiiiiiieiits of iiiui-Kei1. oiiKinality mid eveiliiif?
mtcAHl. t.tr mu'pnssuiK aiivMiuii: hitherto witnessed on
this nide of the Atlantic. The niihlie niiiireeiatioii of
the in n'"iiiiiiiuTn Riven hv the Sew York Circus, not
mlv i'i the ity of ew York, hut also duiint; its former
11 111 tin -i KvnriioiiH, Iium stimulated the liimia foment
to l eii'- ml exertions, and it is eonlidently asserted as
hejoiid the power of contradiction, not only that the
in fumiiitees of tin Troupe duriii!' ils present tour will
in- found Sic pcrim iu any ever trtvi'it in thl
Count s y,
lint that the company is in all respects
THE BEST IN THE WORLD !
TU i'i l'ciiife no Ivpiesliinti estiihllshnient iu all
j'jii'oiie crimp' iiii.i; so niaiiv iirst-ciass artists, or so
in.in iiiin-i v novel nuil s , ,Kni e tee tivi: snee niueh as inn. i-irsi season in .vim nca oi
.H'll.- t .USOI.i.'.K IU'I.Ii.V.M;, Cue l'henoiiienal J.iliieriti'ienne, win) supasses tile most duniij,'
C.ntM iiciMiiniililiid hv , ilher 'in v l-ideis on n und. UDoll a llor.-e Wit I out saddle or lil'lille I lltisex
tiaordinan .trti- i. wiis (u-.ied' iu llltL'laud at enoi nimis epense hy an itL'ent sent thither for tho
imi'iLihii nt Hi-iMii it.t tin. 1 . i lnili i- ili r in l-.iiiiii.i. niul iitilv aiTiveu in tins couutrv in .nril. Her
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tolll.illllU 111 -l"l main lipull ll J.ai'e-JiaCK nieelt Ilium liu u- siunn -an iin luim ui.-in.i.i s ui
female Kuiii strianistn se n in the United States and cannot lie paralleled ill any exiiinuion lit
Kurope or Amei ica. lncitiilei. in tlie inillianl array oi
World Renowned Artists
Vtttuiied to (In: New York (lireus will he found the
names ul Jioljcrt Mltl.Uey, tlto Ureftt Alilel'iuaii l..ii'o-
Hacli ltider; the Conrad llrothers, Champion (IvnirnistM
of the World; Willium JJutton, the lntreiiid tMiniirnut
Kider, with his iitfanl son, Arthur; the liuniuihi
l'mnilv. who haie no ciiuhIh iu any country in the Clas
sic School of (ivniabtica ; El Nino Eddie, tlie Hoy Won
der, who althotl!,'h a mere child, Bill-passes Jiloiidin in
dillieuH feats upon the Tij,'ht Hope.. Herbert, 11. Wil
liams, the, 'leatest of English Clowns, enjj.ijjotl in
l.onilon ei)iessiv lor tliu present tl'aonnj; season, to-
Kethir w th the jcicatest forco of Daring l!:iri!-
l.-.tck l.Klers. Accompinuied Aoroli.us, e lassie
eiyniuasts, Comii.il Clowns, Slack liopo Vnultiis, t' .s
ttire .Masters. ICuttilihrists, Yoltiettrs, Tir.nhlei's ,tn.l
I'antoniintists, Ever hrotu'lit toL'etlier in this cmntrv,
iuohiti a !ri ater Expenditure for oal.-.i -.i than i.i
incuired hv any four tl'.iveliue; coiupaities, and i tiihr.te
int! more Ihst class Aitiits limn can ho fniiii I iu auv
Circus in the World. First season iu Auieiict ot Cunrad'n
THO CM OF nUHFOUMIXG DOG'S !
from Loudon and l'.tris. The lai--.;est and hest Hind of heailtiful and lii'ijhlv ti-aim-d
rh'UFOhWNG HOUSES AM) I'OXIHS
And tlie most lui.uiint v.aiiunnc, uuppisij anil appointments to lie loiiml m J.iirope or Aiinrica.
The l'roxi ititiliu' ii peiini-nuiuces aii-.tti'jed tor the present season will he distinguished hy
novelty. .iity and literliuj,' merit, ineludini,' many eutirelv new acts, never helore
t;i fit in this country, with others that nn oii;!;inal with and peculiar to the
New York Circus, and can he witnessed iu no uther i stahlisltments
nil the vast riMotir.'cs or' this ma,'nilicetitly appointed es-t.ihli-hiueiit
will he i alle.1 into reipnsi'tion .t every
enlertiitni.ient to furnish a display of
Dashing Horsemanship and Classic Olympic Games !
Which for Novelty, Yariely Eleijnne 'and i eiiinj; interest will he found lullnittily .Superior
I'd auytliiiiK "t the l.ind hitle i lo witiuss.'d iu Vmerica.
The Entire Mammoth Troupe
loin the New York circus, iu l'lmrteenth Street,
.ew ion;, will appear tit every pcitonn.inco.
rof. Charles Boswold's Opera Band,
l ioin .New lork, iiciMiinpaiues tin J roupe
us This eo'iiinuiv travels eutirelv hv railroad, on
fpei'ial triiiitii ehi'.rtei'ed for the puipose, and conse
iptentlv the ierforuiers and horses como into the
aieu.i iicsli :i nil active, iitnte.-td of heinij jaded and
mi. in down lv weaiisome nujiit traiel o.cr roii''it
No Catchpenny Side Shows
Ale allovid with thi. Estahlishnuiit.
ii'io' -siolt ."lOCenls. Childri ii under HI years,
i-. No sliiudiui; floom. Scats for all. Door.-.
. l ;.l .,nd 7. tllaiid Entice tit 21 and 71 1 -M.
RtT 't'ici els for sale at - nil
H. HUNTINGTON'S Jewelry Store.
i llli, at lliehmoiid .lulv 4'itli. at flui-'iiijiton
The N, Y, Papers on the
GOID 1,40 1.2,
New Vohk, July 10.
Tho Herald says tho Democratic par
ty lias decided that the next President
shall be Chant. Seymoiiragalnst Grant
amounts to a Denioeratlt surrender or a
disbanding of tiie Denmcratlc party.
I he Tiuienmyn the Democratic ticket
will not bring out oven a full vote, will
disgust tlie non-partisan element, and
nothing but a seriea of miracles can
save the party from defeat.
The Tribune after recounting the
former political course of Seymour says:
If this man can be chosen for President
over ( J rant then the patriotic blood shed
in the war Avas shed in vain.
The World says that Seymour Is the
first statesman in tlie Democratic party,
possesses per.-onal ejualilloations and ac
complishments which befit him for the
magistrate ofa great nation, lias a strong
grasp of the questions relating to the
shattered state of the country, and his
election will establish confidence nt
home and abroad in the financial honor
of tlie country.
The Sun says Si'.vinotir is tin eminent
exponent of tlie Democratic party but
does not think Blair will adtlto the suc
cess of tlie ticket.
rjAIIE co-partnership existing under the liiimo
X of Hitchins Kciuiof is thin day e isiolvcd.
All debts will he paid hy Hitchins, and all minis
due tiie nrni must lie paid to tlie same.
Mr. V. L. rioodspeed's New House nt Missis-
ipioi .Springs, is now ready tor the reception ot
A Superior article of Oratinm Flour, for sale
al the store of li.VKNES A- CltOWLEY,
LC. I.KAVKNS, Successor to It. II. 1!(
. man,! Klour and Grain Merchant. Clio
brands of Flour always on hand at low prices.
M. Aioaiis, .uay l.i, isii-j. .lil t!
" ft 1J P
uk e ivt'ii- Wi 1 hi id Watelbury
NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT,
ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868,
an :x riiA-
Life Insurance Company !
OK NEW YOHK.
to Mhiildou, n f'li
Will run from Ht.
Leave St. Albans every dav al 2 o'uloiil. p. in.
Arrive at Sheldon at -1 oclouli p. in.
Leave Sheldon at t! o'clool. a. in. Airivo at SI.
Albans at 10 o'clock a. in.
II. JE.N'NHiON, Proprietor.
St. Albans. May 2.'.th, lSeiB. dl5-tt'
l'luonlx .Mutual Iili'o Insuniuco Co.,
OF IIAJtTFOKD, CONX.
A faorable opportunity is presented to mier
Ketiu and reliable luisiuess men who can dovoto
their entire time to the business, to repiesent
this old, staunch, and most successful Lite Com
pany, in unoccupied territory iu thu State ot
Vermont. The many popular features peculiar
to the l'lui'iik Mutual, mid the, threat advantuKCH
it oilers to the iiisuriiiK public -its freedom from
restrictions on travel and occupation - its non
forfeitable policies -its liberal premium system
the economy of the, niaiiaj,' inent, and its' liiimo
nuptial diUdends, ruudrr it tho nioet prolitablo
Coinp liny to A(,'eiits desirous of realizing- a hand
home competency hv their enterprise and ener
gy. Aiply to C. L. 1SADCOCK,
Stato Agent l'liu-nix Mutual Life Ins. Co.
tlG-tr Union Dlock, Itntland, Yt.
miticOi' I'ttlilTmrdtTt "
WM. N. KMIVl.VCOU
All Policies by their terms Non For-
DIVIDKNDS COJl.MENCK 2d YKAK.
I'rujilii all' Divided Amumj I'ulivijl
General Agent For Vermont,
.ST. AlilSAN'S, VT.
At the present time there is much competition
unioni; Life Insurance, Companies, and many
tiui'iits aro far too rcirardlcss of the truth, in
statements when solieitinir for risks, honco it is
nil imiiortant for liersons intendiiu' to insuro
their lives, to insuro only with agents whom
thovknow to be reliable, again it is always moat
satisfactory for parties absured to liavo their
. ..V i ' ..i . il.. .. il : i!i.i 1
risliH Willi i.ucai ageitis, utuii mere in no tinucue
tv ordanu'er of Inns in triuumlttluK prouiiuins,
fVrsoits iiitwiiding to insuro thou' lives will llnd
it fur their advantage to ueo the agent of tho
Guardian Mutual betore niniring olsowlicrn.
You will Kind ii Larmi Assortincnl
P .A. N" S ! !
Different Styles and Prices
Opposite the Park.
Dusiitr.s admiriitioii. To he admired, they
must possess Heautv and Intelhgouco.
.Most (ivory one has intelligence, tiinl
ALL CAST BE
Hv using Hie 1'AIMIIAN I.OTIAN, the latest
and most wonderful of till the cosmetics. Iiy its
ti-c all moths and freckles are removed, tho skin
becomes clean and transparent, and the cheek
loseain wiiu me. nue oi youin. inn I'lipnuin
Lotion can he found at
THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE I
And also u most complete) assortment of all t i-
lei artiuius. llie new mid iniL-rimt I'lor iic
.iluyo, and tho delicious wood Violet, and all
other choice and fragrant perfumes.
HAIR DRESSINGS AND DYES :
l'ulVand t'ow der lioxes, Colognes, Toilet Soaps,
Teeth washes and Powders. Ilriishes: such as
Hair, 'feeth, Nail, Infant, c,., fee.
Call and see the beautiful necessities and lux
uries for the toilet even if you do not wish tolmy
As full a stock of pure Di-ux can bo found in
iiio Male oi Vermont, togothor with llesmoiils,
Elttid Extracts, and nil articles reeptired in a
Physicians or ihuui'stio practice. Warranted
pure and f Ut'ft quality. 'J1'11 tore will bo uu
ileruohl by noun iu St. Albans.
Trusses, Shoulder llr.ices. Suppor'-e'i's, Ao., .V.,
tutu eivery ining i;opt in ti well regulated
S. R. DAY, AGENT.
.St. Albans, VI. June. 18(18. dl-tf
EUllflElt Coats, all kinds, at
WM. N. SMITH ACQ'S.
I have mndo niTuiiiremuntrt to furniKh Pitinos.
Organs, and MclndiaiiK, from tho hest Manufac-
tures iu tho country. Justruni'-utM aro fullv
warranted. A written guarantee, givo:i. Hpoi-e-fying
that they shall fully sustain their tune,
, and not get out of outer for live voars.
ft. li. HAMoON.
.St. Albarts, Yt., Juno, 1803. y22-!)m
KINDS, you will liud at
W.M. . bjuxu x w a.
YOUTHS Clptliing of all kinds at
D1S.S0LUTIOX Tho fopartnerslini hereto
fore existing under tho namo of Wyinan !c
lluntingtoii is by mutual conont tliis dayrtli
Nolvtcl. All aecounta with said firm must bn
settled iininedintuly. Either partner is author
ized to receipt for tho sumo.
E. 11. HUNTINGTON.
.St. Alptuis, Eoh. IQtli, 18118.
Tho watch and Juwolry bubiuess iu all it bran
ches will bo continued, witli promptness, and in
n win i.muuiiiio manner as neictoioru, u;