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VKKMOISTT DAILY 'riiANSCUll'T, J LILY 10. 1.S6S.
CUT THIS OUT !'irA",p
N E W FIRM!
UlSt KUAt) Till!
1868, jttsSSSn jkgESa 1868.
1847 wiriwouTii 1868
WYMAN & HUNTINGTON,
Ogdciisburgh to the West.
JtllMIV KPIINISIIKP TO V.U
NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK
LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT.
Would nay tit tin people of Franklin County, !
Unit Ihev arc prepared to oiler thorn I
Fresh from market, at tho lowest caHh prico, nt
Wholesale and retail.
Young Hvson, Jnpan, Oolong and English liroak
faHt, Tho finest in the market. If you want
inherit Teiu, Imv pure Tons of HAHNESA
CltOWLEY, pick raspberry leaves and mix to
suit vour taste, You will lindit cheaper than to
buy inixod Tons of any Now York '1'i'a Ooniiauv.
BAltNESA CltOVl.K KEEP THE Ill'.ST
t)o to BAHNKS A OltOWLEY'S for tho best
V B. MOLASSES, SUGAIUIOTJSE
I', 11., HAVANA,
If von Mould keep clean, liny your
Of HAltNES A- OJiOWLEY.
PEEltLESS, 0. K.,
WON 1JHH. AC, AO.
TOILET SOAPS. AC.
To Tobacco Ohewors, Smokers, and Siiull'-Ti'.-l.ors
: Wo buy of tho liianitfactui ors, and I'.io
please you both in quality and prico.
Wo want Faiiucis and Dealers to bear in mind
that wo Keep tile l'ure Boston ground
ROCK SAIiT, ,
The onls wait suitable for dairy purposes, which
will bo sold us low aHcan bought in litis market.
For a good light and no danger of explosions,
Of DAltNKS A CllOWLKY. Price us low as
Tho best brands constantly on hanit. - ,
Graham and Buckwheat Flour, liyo and Corn
Finally if you want anything in tho lino ol
good grotories, tho place to buy them is at
BAltNES A OltOWLEY'S.
Cash paid for all kinds of Country Produce -Goods
bold at wholesale at tho lowest possible
213 BAltNES A CliOWLEV.
iiuoiiui: w. iiahniw, s. lbaiwVt.
i. j. oiiowi.r.v,.
(HIEAT llll'ltOVEJlE.VT 1 A DEXTIS
Tho attention of tho public is called to a groat
discovery in Dentistry.
THE GltEATEST ADVANCE STEP EVEU
MADE IN THE AltT.
Tho main dilliculty in wearing artilicial teeth is,
Ihov do net hold in their place iirmly enough,
anif add to this tho annoyance of food getting
U"der tho plato while eating. I have discover
kU a method of so constructing tho plato on
shicn tho teeth aro bet that they will not start
jr drop while eating or speaking, neither will
anv particles of food get under tho plato, no
matter what tho condition of tho mouth is,
vhich is uot true of any method hitherto used.
I have secured Letters Patent tor tho United
States, England and Franco.
Tho improvement is not in material, but in
tho construction, whiehstTiires tho atmospheric
pressuro on tho entire plato.
I havo sold tho exclusive of said iinprovomont
to Dr. L. Oilman, to wit, tho Counties of Frank
lin, Washington, Chittenden, Lamoillo and
Grand Islo. Thouo wishing to avail themselves
of such improvement, will call on
Dr. J. OILMAN,
ST. ALDANS Vkujio.nt.
November, 11, 1M7. HU-tf
Olllllll -A fA'OlX'V.
BY recent enactments of Congress, all Sol
diors who have served three yearn and havo
received but $100 bounty troni tho United States,
or who, having enlisted for three vears, were dis
charged in consequence of wounds, and tho wid
ow, cliildren, or parents of any soldier who en
listed for three years, under a proniiso of only
1(X bounty, and who died ill thosenieo. aro en
titled to an additional bounty of ONE HUN
DRED DOLLAltS 1
All invalid pensioners who havo lost a hand or
foot, or havo incurred disability equivalent to
tho loss of hand vr foot, are entitled to a largo
increase of pension.
All nensioned widows of boldiers or sailors aro
entitled to an '''.icroascd nonsion of two dollars
per month for each child under sixteen years of
Claims of tho above nature, and for arrears of
pay, omceis extra pay, tor norses lost in tuo u,
H. service, commutation of rations of prisoners
of war and prize money, will bo promptly prose
cuted bv application by letter, enclosing dis
charge from service, will bo attended to and tho
necessary papers roiunien io pucaui. mi oi'
natures, Ac. E. A. SOVVLES,
OIUco over tho First National Hank,
St. AlhaiiH, Aug. 17th,18(!(l. 125-tf
SACK COATS FOH SPUING, go to
WM. N. SMITH & CO'S.
F0K SPUING STYLE
Acknowledging tho kindness and liberal pat
ronnge of tho public in tho past twenty yearn. I,
i Now renew the promise, (mid let the pant ho tho
j assurance) that this corner of the good little
STATIC OF V mi. vox r,
And Home poitlon of tho 1'. (., shall ho well and
honestly supplied nt tho lowest possible nites
with all tho grades of American, Swiss A English
W ii T C K S S ,
In Oty.D and S1LVEH Cases,
J E W E L R Y ,
Latest patterns and all grades
Masonio and Mechanics' l'ins, Solid Silver Ware,
warranted tine as coin, lioautifnl
ELEGTHO PLATED GOODS,
From all the best factories, such as
Svrup Cups, Mustard and Child's Cups, Vases,
Collin Plates, finally everything of first quality
This ia ihvt onlv place in tho couniv where you
t'llll UUl'CL JUMIl lllf lll.uiiuill.uuwn, mt
Genuine Win. Kogcrs & Son's
Spoius, Forks, Knives, Ladles Ac. Don't be de
cors ed and buy a 2d quality goods when its ho
oasv to get the heal and at almost the s:mo prico
A great variety Clocks, Table and Pocket
In abundance. Evervhodv wants a knife then
let overbodv call and get one. A large assort
mailt ot'dold, Silver and Steel Spectacle anil
BAGS, GAMES it C.
ltiiln niwl Pfslnl fini lililtrfia. Itovolvfil'H. Huberts'
Needles (warranted.) Watches, Clocks, and
lewelrv repaired m tho best possiuio mauiiur.
All work warranted satisfactory or nay refunded.
Engraving neatly executed, and at reasonably
At tho uld stand, llramerd s Dnililmg, corner
Main and Dank streets.
St. Albans, Feb. 10th, 1S(!8. 203-tl
FJ: CJ T, COXFJiCTl OXJUi V,
Wholesale and Retail !
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
AT 01 I V -
i.Aian; ASsoirnir.Nr or
MERES CHAUM PIPES;
wr.itv I'U'i: WAnr.ANTi:ii.
Fruits of all Kinds in llifcir Season.
AC, AC, AC.
Largest Assortment of Confec
tionery in the State.
Give us a call,
Dank Street, St. Albans, Vt.
II. L. SAMSON A CO.
rnilH Suhseriber has removed Ins stock of
X goods to liarncs' IJloeli, J.ake Street, oppo
Kit., tlin St. Albans Foundrv. and will contiuuo
business there until tho conniletion of his now
Store on Main Street . Y1CTOH ATWOOD.
St. Albans, May 11, 1BKN. atu-ti.
I havo just received a largo lot of first and
lltv nfstcmo and China Ware, com
prising two Now and Elegant Patterns called
l'Gen, Grant" Patterns. Also a largo stock ot
Cutlery, Glass and Stouo Wave, wincn i oner lor
salo elleaii. Please call and seo before purclms-
iiifr .iIkou linrn.
At tho old Farrar lllock, ouo door north of
George H. Lunar s. p. G. SKINNElt.
fit. Alhws. Oct 21th. 180(1. 130-tf
fllHICOT Jaokots nt WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
FOH NEW SPUING SUITS OF ALL KINDS,
call at WX N. SMITH A CO'S.
H. A. CUTLER, - - PROPRIETOR-
All Printing brought to this Ofllce. bof. Plain
and Ornamental, will moot with prompt atten
tion, at prices as low as tho tilnes will admit.
Wo do our work much better than can any
Ollico that will do a job of piloting for nothing
for tho sake of douiving us of it, ami wo are
ready to comparo our work with any similar
ehihs of printing done in the cities, both in neat
ness and prico.
Hand your orders into the Transcript Dook
and Job Printing Establishment if you tako any
pride in having your printing done in a work
The Last dlMl Success,
will quickly restore Gray Hair
to it3 natural color and beauty,
and produce luxuriant growth; It u
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
far old and young, j
For Salt) ly nil Druggists,
DEPOT, 1J)S GKKENWICH ST., N. T.
MP011TANT TO STOCK GHOWEUS.
Blood, Beauty, Speed, Kind
ness ana imaurance.
Those who desire to raiso first-class sotck. and
all lovers ot good horses, aro respectfully m
formed that tho Hainblctoniai) trotting stallion
i ill stand for a limited number of mares tho en
suing season, at tho Homestead Stock Farm
Greenwich, aslungton C ounty, N. l.j season
to commence on tho 1st ot May anil to end on the
1st day of September. Young Dexter was bred
at Chester, Orange County, N. Y., js four years
old, by ltysdyk's Ilamhletonian, stands nearly
in nanus limn, and is one oi tne best ot tne get
of his celebrated sire. Young Dexter is a half
brother to Dexter, George Wilkes, ISruno, Hru
nette allied to Mountain Hoy and other well
known horses. Ytrv evidently, from his sizo,
shape, ety.. Youiif j)etei' will not onlv bring
gentle, line and speedy sloi-k, but also handsome
carriago and family horses as well. It is mani
festly for tho benefit of stock growers that thoy
obtain not only the best and most popular blood
in tlio country, hut also that which commands
tlio highest pi ices H market, and it requires no
moro lanor or care to ruino a goou con man
inferior one. it was with tlio view to improve
tlio stock ot noises m iNortliorn Jow orlc, Ver
mont and New Hampshire, etc., that Young
Dexter was purchased by its present owner, Mr.
II.C. Pagc, Editor of the J'ejjih''s Journal tho
object being to benelit farmors and stock growers
wlio aro willing to undergo the earo and expenso
necessary to tho raising of good horses.
For further particulars, tonus, oto., address
Homchteud Stock Farm, Greenwich, Washington
County, K. Y. D. U. HTJJATTO,
JJOUGHTON'S OYSTElt HOUSE,
, .ST. AI.1IAN8,
Chcsiipttiikc & Baltimore Oyster
AT WIIOLKSAI.V: AND UVTAIL,
This brand of oysters Is the Inrgest and finest in
tlio maruet. Hotels, rrivato rurues, auu i'os
tivais, turmsuou nt insiuo prices. iua
J U Yr
FOR YOUR MPER!!sHITH u FOSTER
.vxn this Anviiirnsr.JiKNT
GOOD FOR TWENTY DOLLARS
mm: imi.i.uis and i it-i v oknis
GOOD FOR TEN DOLLARS!
Olle ol these Ail el tin'inellts will be i CO 'pled 'Is
one dollar on every cash put chase amounting to
on ni - ) vn.xrs ox a I'rnruAsi-: of
Oli TWENTY-FIVE CENTS on a PUltCHASE of
Or a copy of tho
Vermont Transcript one Year
On t( Catilt I'll i'cIkisc of fl.'iO.
WHEELER AND BAILEY'S
have in variety and style, uot to be sur
passed in Noithern' Vermont,
'roeken and Glass Ware, Leather and Shoo
Findings. Also gents lor the
GREAT NEW YORK TEA COMPANY.
Twenlv-tliri e different kinds of Teas at (ill els.,
II ets., 80 ets., ill) els., HAW, i. (I, SI, 1.1, and
the very best at 1 .2.1. Coll'ees IU and :i." i ts.,
and Ihc'w-i'V best at 10 ets. Evcrv thing in
CUSTOM WORK !
We manufacture to order. Our styles of work
consist of Ladies' and Misses' Polish, high cut,
anil Dutton Hoots, ot the tmest quality Diverge
Kid and Calf Skins, and of perfect pattern. Of
Gents wear, wo are the
Acknowledged Champions !
ConsistiiiL' ot Oxford Ties, Balmorals, Gaiters,
anil Jioots witn or witnout tne no toes, inauo
from the real win runted
Call carlv and often at tho Wholesale and lletail
Cheap Cash Store.
luS-lv Main Street, opposite the Com t House.
BK KCIt & WtiTHtiniSUti'S FOR
SALT, AC, AO
A GENT WANTED.
To solicit oiders for all kinds ofmurblu work
either on commission or by tho month. Ono
uso to tho business preferred. Apply hy letter
or personally. 0. W. GltEEN.
St. Albans, April 20th, 180b, 21U-0W
TOH SPUING OVEltCOATS OF ALL KINDS
J go to WM. N. SMITH A CO'S
GO TO WM. X. SMITH A CO'S for ull kind
iiwiNii i.r.Asrn Tiir in. i nta.s'd .yr
So, 2, Danw Block ! !
For a term of yuaii, have olosod their blanch
stplu on Lnku Street, and consolidated at o. 2,
Dal'i-ow lllock, where you can find many m. s
Sold at Cost,
'm h as Over Cn.iis, Under (!o.its, Pants, Vests,
siiirtrt, Drmvi.rs. ll.itu Cup.., At1., A-e. We are
At cost, and less, to make room to our Spr
itocK, tout in aiioauy cimiing m. wo i,nep in
iii'gost usHortmeiit of
Half Suits, Cout.-i, Vests and Pants, Under Gar
ments, H.iN, Cap-.. Ciihars. We nut only make
a speciality of the
lint keep a large ntjsorlmeut of a dozen ether
stylos. Ties, l!ows, and Knots, Wo have and
keap for sale, ocrv New Stvle. We ask atten
tion ot all who wish
On prices, we can't bo heal: on quality of goods,
wo keep the host. l!y calling at No. 2, Harrow
lllock, von can satistv yourselves, jno grum
bling if you don't purchase.
h.Utl'Jl iV i'USTl'ill.
i.. ?.i'p, axilTJi. 105-!ln) o. n. rosTi'.n.
PLASTER PARIS !
On hand and arriving, fresh ground, in sacks.
J no l laster is too well Known as a tertinzer in
this county to need anv comments. Every
farmer should avail himself of a few tons before
the sleighing is gone.
HITjKTGARXikKr OikTS ! !
For seed, impoi ted by Mr. Hill, of Grand Isle
County, weighing thirty-eight pound to tho
bushel, and :v very hoavy yli.ldlng oat.
NORTHERN CLOVER SEED
liaised in Grand Islo County.
(MASS SMH1), COKiN, MJCKYVIIKAT ;
Ten tons oholco
BAIIIY AND CHEESE SALT
Also, a large stock of
On hand, which wo uro selling
FROM $10 50 TO $17.
Tlio ubovo stock is bought for cash, and sold
at a small advance irom cost. ,
CALL AND 12XA3IIM2
Cash paid for all kinds of Farm Produce.
Sul-ow. S. (1. N011LE A SON.
riV) THE WORKING CLASS. Farmers, Mo
I cbanics. Ladies, and evervhodv. I am now
prepared to furnish you witli constant employ
ment. 11 yOlll noillCH 1110 wnoio in yuui nine, ui
in vour snaro moments. Husiness new. light
and profitable. Fifty cents to $j per evening is
easily earned oy persons 01 ejiucr sex, aim 1110
noya anil gins earn ueany uh mucii us men
Great inducements aro offered those who will do
vote their whole timo to tho business, and, that
overv person who boos this notice may send mo
.1 . 1 L....L L. , ! i' il ..
tlieir aillirosH anil lesv uiu uusuiess jur uieni
belves, I mako the following unparalleled offer:
To ull who uro not well satisfied with tho busi
ness, I will send SI to pav for tho trouble of
writing 1110. Full particulars, directions, Ac.
sent l'rco. A sample will bo sent by mail to all
who bond 10 cents. Address E, C, ALLEN,
214-lui Augusta, Maino.
BOYS, GO TO YM. fl. SMITH
Youn srnttvG clothing.
0YS. GO TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S FOR
Xortlwi'ii Ti'((ii(rtattiii Coinjxnu
Tho only Through Daily Lino between
Ogdensburgh and Chicago I I
And Iutonni illnti' Pints.
Only Six Days Through With
out Chanc e of Boat.
This well known nnd reliable Company, will,
during tho present Season, run their Lino of
llrst class I nprr Cabin neamerH daily, between
Ogdensbni Kli, Oswego, CleNolnlul, Toledo, Do
troit, chicngo. Milwaukee, and Intermediate
ports, leaving ogiieiiiuigli on arrival of Ex.
press train troni the East.
PASSJJXGJW AJTJ) FAMILIES
Moving West, can embark with their In
Teams, Stock Ac., and land together without
disturbance or transhipment, at their port ot
. 1 . 1 . . t J .1 .1... i ... ' ' 'I
ni-.i.i.ii... in iKiuiiiiiK uir jfn'.n ini,iiiion
ienco of the niany changes, (lelv and t pen
ses, of other routes. These Steamers Inn e large
Cabins and State Uooiiim, amply and noath fur-
iiisnen, inr nisi class rassengers anil I'uiniliis.
who may wish U iiunish (heir own p,o isu.ns
No eflbrtswill be -ipaied to nmiiitiiii. the reputa
Hon of this, as the
UirHAJ'JiS'T AND liW HOl'TEl
A thorough lebuildii'g, h-iUiiul' up.iiiiiK
and icfuruishi'd, ith sevcr.il new 1 lals addul
to the line, nuil.i's thi . now Hie hum ciiiiil'oi ta
ble, pleasant tn.i' expulitious rmite t tin great
West. He sure and see the Agents of 111 s li.n
before nu buy your tickets. l'l'iiity nun wit
always meet passengers nt the depot' in Ogden-i
biirgli to take checks and re-check llaggage.
Ask for tickets ia
NO A' TlIEltX TtfAXSPO li TAIOX
Tho only Daily American Line leaving Ogdens
Wo will make it the interest ol ivory tr.iv Her
to hi'o tho Agents of the lino hot'iro p.iehu ing
olsewhere. Through tiekets ove all (ho c-.
tern lhiihoad Lines cun be obtained on. applica
tion (oGEO. W. SMITH, ollice, corner Ford ami
P.itli rsoitStii., opposite .Johnson HoiiBe, Ogdom
burgh, N. V. One hundred pounds of baggugo
flee to each passenger.
BAGGAGE UJfEUCED TjrROVGJl !
To all points. For through Helots and other
information, u ply to ii A, EDDY.
Ollice Steamers' Landing. Ogilciislmigii, N. '.
Geo W. Smith, (ieneial Ticket Ajicnt. 11, (!.
(Joodno, Passenger Agent. 212-tf
IJi" AM) MKI.OUriO.VSt
The biiboi'MiiLi' would annoumo that he bus
received thy agellev tor tho Shoninger Or
gan and MlIikIloii Company , New Haven, Coiui.,
ami win iiirnisn instruniintH ot tlio
fix est tom: a xi) fix isir,
To Agents or Families, on tho most n asiinalilo
terms, lhey manufacture lilty ihfleront Kinds
from one to six sets reeds, with or without
SI 1! II ASK AX I) TJtKAKHM.
All of these instrunienls possiss great power,
with sweetness and flexibility fit' tunc', as ready
to respond to the touch as ii piano: tlio case's
ire liigniy ornamented 111 external liiusli. tlio
very best of materials being used arrantel to.
01 VIC SATISFACTION.
Any person wishing tlio bust instrument for tlio
least amount of money, will do well to oxamiiu
tliese Detore purcliasiug elsenliere.
L . II. J' Altli Ali. AgOlll,
St. Albans, Vt. lti'i-Cms
STATE 01' VEltMONT.
GENTS WANTED FOlt THE OFFICIAL
By Hon. Alexander H. Stephens.
A Book for all Sections and all
This gleat work presents tho only completo
and impartial analysis of tho causes of tho Wuv
yet published, and" gives those interior lights
and shadows of the great conflict only knowii to
tho.-c high ollicerswho watched tho flood-tide i of
revolution from its fountain springs, and which
wero so accessible to Mr. Stephens fiom his piw
sition as second oiMeer of the Confederacy.
Tho public that has been surfeited with appa
rently similar productions, we proniiso achaugo
of fare, both agrceablo and salutary, and an in
tellectual treat of the highest order. Tlio Great
American War baa at lust found a historian
worthy of its importance, and ut whoso hunds
it will receive thut moderate, candid and impar
tial treatment which triilhjind justicoso urgent
' Tho intense desire eveiywhero manifested to
obtain this work, its official ehnrneter nnd roudy
sale, combined with an increased commission,
mako it tho best subscription hook over pub
lished. Ouo Agent in Easton, Pa., reports 72 subscri
bers in tlireo days.
One in Boston, Maws,, 10!! subscibeirs in four
' One in Memphis, T'onn., 100 subscribers in
Send for circulars and seo our terms, nnd it
full description of tho work, witli press notices,
of advat'co sheets, Ac.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.
20 South Seventh St., Philadelphia, Pa.
GENTS WANTED FOlt THE
LIFE OF GEN. U. S. GRANT.
Hy Hon. Ilenrv C. Doiubig. Tho wily work of
llic kind insuctl under the sanction and bj the au
thorUi) of (Irani himself. Tho author is well
knowii as one of tho most brilliant writers and
eloiiuent orators in tho country. Agents will
find this ono of tho most intensely interesting
biographies over published in America, nnd will
meet with n reailv sale. For particulars, address
K. S. SCltANlON A CO., 120 Asylum tureot,
TUPS FOlt SPltINu JUST ItECEIYED AT
Kj WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
TANTS and Vest, alTkiuda, at
X WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
f O TO WJI. N. SMITH A CO'S for tho Hemm
XX Patent Shupo Collar.
ITU'EllY Stylo of Frook Coata at
U WM. N.SMITH & CO'S.