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VERMONT TRANSCRIPT, JY'TT -20, 1868.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. AIjHAXS, VT. :
Monday, Jw.y 20, 1808.
ffovft llc'orc Election.
Tho Times fciiyti dial (lie Republican
State Convention met at the American
House, JJurlington, on (he evening of
the 17th, to take action in purHtinnee of
the resolution of the State Convention,
ri commending a thorough eanvaxK ol
the State. The eoininittee prepared a
circular which will he mhlre.-seil to town
eonintitteeH in each town intheFtate,
requesting an imnieiliate anil thorough
canvass of eaeli town. County commit
tees are lo he culled upon to co-operate
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ablc alfo that the Committee v ill lioil-
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ly mako arrangenieiitrt for a sei les ol ,
public meeting (h.oughout (he State.
Tliis is news that we are glad (ore-
cord, and we hope, and expeet, that Lie
workwillbe vigoiously pushed on. If
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ull towns are like our own ve me sine
that there is need of some moving in-'
iluenco from without, such as the Slate
Committee can set to work, to get up
an action. Yc have a political organi
zillion, known, locally, as the "Crant
Club," but it has been since i(s iirst
hour a body without a soul, (rant can't
depend upon it. It may lie thought that
we find too much fault, bill it is worse
than idle tosuppo.-e that the Hepublic.au
mojority in (his Stale is to be increased
this fall', In our Slate election, which hi
make at least one ed'ort. livery wide
awake .Republican in the Union will
listen for the first note of the campaign
from Vermont. If we go on as we are
going, the result will be mortifying dis
appointment ; for the party will run
on in the same old groove, the
CSrant Clubs will not even be grunt
clubs, the members of tlic party will
straggle to, the polls on the 1st day of
September, not half gelling there, after
all, and the little army of Democrats
will, with one accord, strike a blow that
will tingle; in our cars when we read
the returns. This will be the result un
less there is some stir made to start the
circulation in Jtepuhlicun veins.
Tlic "series of public meetings
tlnoughoul tlic State" should by all
means be held. Only some such effort
will awake the people eHeelually.
"Hally 'round the flag," if you want to
get up any enthusiasm. It is.hard to
make men enthusiastic when they are
living in political hermitage. Call them
out. Get them together. Stir up their
ideas into liealtliy action. There are
three Grant clubs in the State hold a
wake over them. Give the lie to the as
sertion of tlic New York World that
"Maine is the lirst State in which there
is to be any contest." Make a conte
in this State, so that all shall became
interested and active, and when the
news of our September election is
Hashed right and left from us across the
continent, a glad cry shall come back
with n prolonged swell, "Well done,
Tim Kixhston- Multilumen. Our
readers will remember recent tele
graphic despatches concerning a lnur
dor iu Kingston, Mass., by De. con An
drews. A despatch to a Philadelphia
paper, dated the 10th, gives the follow
ing uiiiuuoiiui, reiauve to me supposed
The neighborhood of Kingston, where
Deacon Andrews murdered and robbed
old Cornelius Holmes some weeks ago,
has another sensation over what is al
leged and very generally believed to be
another murder, committed by the same
highly rcnpected Deacon. According
to the stories which are so irenerallv
credited, it appears that a few years ago
jjcucoii Andrews hoarded several null
operatives in his house. One of them
disappeared suddenly, and nothing has
ever been heard of since. All of his ef
fects, such as clothing etc., were left be
hind, anil there were no circumstances
whatever to give color to the helier that
his absence was voluntary. There were
no supieions of foul play at the time,
however, aim iy common consent, or
perhaps in the ahsence ot any associa
tioiiHto the contrary, itbeeaine the eon
neral belief that (he mill operative had
quit that section suddenly, for some
reason hest Known to hiniseJl. Deacon
Andrews, as the story goes, look posses
sion of (lie effects and appropriated
tncni lo his use. isotning was thought
of this, and probably never would have
been, if some persons, a few days ago,
had not found buried, in the immediate
neighborhood of where Holmes was
murdered, a human skeleton corrcs
nondiiii: in size to that which would
have been the reninant at this time of
tho missing mill operative. These de
volopments furnish ground for tho
theory that tho man was murdered bv
Andrews, and that having concealed
his crime so long and successfully, ho
indulged in the vain fancy that he could
dispose Holmes in the same spot, and
thus, according to Jioimes's win, be
come tho heir ot his large property.
Whether or not anything tangible will
come out ol this skeleton discovery will
be discovered at tho trial in October, but
it will certainly add greatly to the inter
est of this remarkable case, and prob-
nuy icau many 10 believe that An
drews is really guilty of double murder.
At one time Dr. Wayland was lector
im: on tho weight of evidence furnished
by human testimony. Ho was illustrat
ing its authority andsiiflicioncy oven for
the establishment ot miracles. A mem
bcr of tho class, not entirely satisfied
with the correctness of the teaching, sug
gested a practical application oftlie doe
trine, "what would you say, Dr. Way
land, If I stated that as I was coming up
College street I saw a lamp-post at the
corner uanco V" "l shoum asic you Ul uy" wi. ine iiieaineai
whero your had been, my son ?" was tho lllul musical worlds both promise bril
quiot reply in tho instructor's gravest lia"co,
manner. , WU street is tolerably quiet. W.
Our Xeir Yorlc Letter,
Svav Yohk, July 15.
I The iiitonpc heat in llio nll-nrcvnlliiiK
i fopli! of I'oiivcivatlon. Thi? conHunip
t ion of lees mid the I'oiiHiilllnK llio llior
j uioiiielor hitiii lo lu- tlic I'lik'f ociMimlion
with n lnnu t.oriion of the poimlationol ,
Mnnhiitlnn. The nrisi'nt'MicnU'iltenn" tl of votc'in:
Is indeed qullo remarkable ; it linn Iwn ... , nA")?1' Jl,,le 3H
, , ' , , ' , . .. i Col, ,amcs O. JJroaduad .'
loiiKpiolraek-d.aiKloiihOVonildayH (lie, ... ... . . ,.
nicrcury has had a very high range.
Monday lat was one of tlieliottesl days
we have had for years. The mercury
marked im high as Ml at 7 oclock in the
morning. At noon il was 02, and at .1
o'clock p. in., it wast)"). Int-onie places
subjected to rcllccted heat, though in
the shade, the mercury was a( lno. Yis-
terday the inercury climbed as high as
- hut towardH night we had cool, le-
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fresh hx breezen. This niornlnfi the
l'1'1"11 ,IU" " 1 11 ' h
mlf.v. i ho is Is ol sunstrokes for
t 'oveia licatcd .lays s very large.
i the cases proved lata. lele-
giains received here show thai the m-
k' l-'eva.ls over a very large
l"'t,0 "f tlu' l'oulr'. 1111,1 uv "ft "
I "Vviwiilt i1 w i 1 flint toil trii ilu'iit
lllli lt l 1 Ll lWU llltll .t)ll 11 UU(I(1
of course leaves town for Hie mountains
and the seashore. Those who can't
spare the time or money for (he long
trips find many beautiful ro.'ortn near at
home. Staten Island, Coney Island,
the Elysian Fields, Central Park, Jtock
away, and even Long Branch, are not
far away, and thither goeth what a host
of our people. The great democratic
place for surf-bathing is Coney Island.
Here one may find nearly all classes.
tnd especially the questionable classes.
Many respectable people take a stroll or
i ride that way "to see life," and, per
haps to akc a plunge in the breakcis,
but generally the less respectable clasM's
are in the preponderance, "twist peo
ple," of all kinds, ganibleis, thieves ol
til kinds, "foiled doves," &c tc, here
do congregate. Three-card nionte men'
are here in clover and in glory, as an ar
my of llceeed "innocents" can testify.'
Altogether Coney Island is well
worth a visit from those who wish to
study human naturef or eat clam chow
ders, or bathe in a splendid surf.
ny number of excursions down (he
Ray are had now-a-days. Some of Ihcsc
ire fishing, down on the cholera Banks,
ilniOft out of sight of land, five hours
fishing for $1 ; others are Sunday-school
parlies, in barges, for the groves ot
Staten Island and in the .Jer.-oys, &e.
The Registrar of (lie Board of Health
announces that (here were 014 deaths in
New York, and 220 in Brooklyn for the
week ending on Saturday last. This
gives quilo a large increase in the mor
tality lists. The Rcgistrargivesa serious
chapter on the filth of two wards, but
he declares that (he two cities are freer
from epidemic diseases than thoy have
been for many years.
The Board of health yesterday pro
mulgated an order requiring the Metro
politan Gas Company (o discontinue the
manufacture of gas, unless it be hi con
ducted (hat it will not admit of the issue
of doleterous gases or poisonous vapors.
The Board assume that (ho offensive
odors can be prevented by an increased
expenditure by the Gas Company. The
Board of Health is proving itself thor
oughly efficient many people whose
business suffered by the interference of
the Board, think it terribly efficient.
Its powers are almost 'despotic, hut it
has (bus far used (hope powers quite
The Hon. Anson Burlinganie, accom
panied by his Secretary, Mr. Browne,
arrived here yesterday. They come for
tucpurpofool chartering a steamer lo
convey (he Chinese Embassy to Europe
The Embassy, after the ratification of
the treaty, will probably give a series of
public receptions before departing for
The fierce excitements engendered by
the Conventions have somewhat died
ou(, but still the politicians nre "lively
as fleas." They are knocking each
ouier sneaus logciner in the most en
tertaining way. The "Third Party"
rumors excite all manner of comment.
It is said that "Brick" Pomoroy proposes
starting a new paper hereto be called
the New York Bcmocrat. Of course it
will be got up in the classic style of (he
haCro.-'M Democrat. Both tho great
parlies are holding meetings, and other
wise preparing for the dreadful struggle
in November, 'lhey tell all soils of
stories about each other, some of them
doubtless false, and feme of them prob
ably, and unfortunately true.
Thomas Johnson, a colored man, last
evening beat Mrs. Ellen May, a colored
woman, an invalid, so severely that she
died soon after. .Johnson was drunk.
The Commissioners of Public Chari
ties yesterday, took the important step
of resolving to establish a bureau lo fa
'cilitate the emigration to the interior of
Amusements are dull. Eleven of our
theatres are closed. But immense prep
arations are making for the Fall season,
both in music and tho drama. Maple
son, it is said, will bring from London
an Italian Opera Company. Max Stra
kocsli has already sailed for Europe in
quest of Italian singers. Graves' agents
are busy in Europe. On tho 20th in-
stant Balemnn inaugurates a fresh sea-
se. JUair'x Letter.
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'I he following letter from (.Jen. Mlalr,
(he Democratic nominee for the Vice-
Presidency, was written a short tlmo 1
before his noniination, and shown how
Ac stands in the relation (o presently-1
Wn rmiuiinm It In t lw ..m.utib.,'.
nliir.es 1 tin leiivo to siiv tlmf 1 Ion vii
mas i iwg icave iu say nun i leave
y" imnie ' Hindi" b" "nfeente tlhe
(.niocraticConventiol., and to subniit ,
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ftl fill tl Jlltilt'MUtUl 411 ..t lull I f n t Witt 1
with my friends irom Missouri, whether
V" . W XIV I'll l.'lrll 1 1 u 1 1111
flic rocoiislruclion policy of the radi
cals will be complete before the next
election; the Stales, so long excluded,
will have been admitted; negro suffrage
established, and the carpet-baggers in
stalled in their seals in both branches
of Congress. There is no possibility of
changing tlic political character of the
Senate, even if the Democrats should
elect their President and a majority of
tlic popular branch of Congress. We
cannot, therefore, undo the radical plan
of reconstruction by Congressional ac
tion; (he Senate continue a bar (o its
repeal. Must we submit to it? How
can il be overthrown? It can only be
overthrown by the authority of the
Executive, who is sworn to maintain
the Constitution, and who will fail to
do his duty if he allows the Constitu
tion to perish under a series of Congres
sional enactments, which are in palpa
ble violation of its fundamental prin
"If the President, elected by the de
mocracy, enforces or permits others to
enforce these leconstiuctiou acts, the
radicals, by the acccfsion of twenty
spurious senators ami fifty representa
tives, will control both blanches of
Congress, and his administration will
be as powerless as the present one of
"Tlicrc is but one ivuy to restore the
yovemment and the constitution, and
that in for tlic J'rcnidcnt elect to declare
ihcsc acts null and void, compel tlic
army to undo its usurjiation at the
South, disperse the carpct-baj stale
(jorcmnnnts, allow (he white people to
rcortanizc their own governments and
elect Senators and llcprcscntatives. The
i louse ol JCenreseiitatives will contain
n majoiity ot Democrats from thoNorlh,
and theyVill admit the representatives
elected by the white people of the South
mil u'uli the co-operation ol the presi
dent it will not be difficult to compel the
Senate to submit once more to the ob
ligations of the Constitution. It will
not be able lo withstand the public
judgment, if distinctly invoked and
clearly expressed, on this luiidameiuai
issue, and it is the sure way to avoid
all future strife lo put this issue plainly
to the country.
"I repeat that this is the real and only
question which we should allow to
control us. Shall we submit to the
usurpation by which Iho Government
has been overthrown, or shall we ex
ert ourselves for its full and complete
restoration? It is idle to talk of bonds,
greenbacks, gold, the public faith and
llie public credit. What can a Demo
cratic President do in regard to any of
these, with a Congress in both branches
controled by the carpet-baggers and
their allies? He will be powerless to
stop the supplies by which the negroes
are organized into political clubs, by
which an army is maintained to protect
these vagabonds in their outrages upon
the ballot. These and things like these
cat up the revenues and resources of the
government and destroy its credit, make
the inherence between gold and green
backs. Wo miult restore the Constitu
tion before we can restore tho finances ;
and to do this we must have a President
who will execute the will of the people
by (ramplinu into the dust the usurpa
tions of Coiifrcss, known as the Jiceon
slruelion Acts. J wish to stand before
the convention on this issue, but it is one
which embraces everything else that is
of value in its large and comprehen
sive results. It is the one thing that in
cludes all that is worth a contest, and
without it there is nothing that gives
dignity, honor or value lo the struggle.
I''HA.2IC P. BhAIH.
Tin: Tuiuhof Bi:n.tamin. A Ma
sachusetts Republican paper thus pitch
es into Ren. Rutler, in a manner en
tirely deserved, as most men will agree
Gen. Butler has been beaten on tho
republican candidate for the presidency,
who siigmauzeu ins military career in
the severest terms ; and ho still remains
unreconciled to the nomination. Ho
lias been beaten on the platform of the
party, winch stigmatizes his financial
schemes as a covert and cowardly re
pudiation ; and he is every day trying
io lorce upon uongress a resolution tor
taxing the bonds, which is wholly in
consistent not only with the position
the national party has taken for the
campaign, but with what is certain to
be the position of tlic Republicans in
liis own state and district. On both
cauiiKiate ami piatiorm uen. JJiuicr is
in open lovolt, and it is right that lie
should be so recognized. It is manifest,
therefore, that if he is to bo a candidate
lor reelection this lall. it must be on
some oilier grounds than his past or
prospective services as a Republican.
He is. by an irresistible conclusion, an
otiiBiucr, occupying a position more or
less honorable and influential, but cer
tainly doing more to embarrass and de
lay the Republican cause than any one
pronounced opponent. His individual
rights of dissent and his representative
(iisereuon are noi to ho impeached ; hut
he cannot lie outside tho Held of battle
in such a threatening attitude of "armed
neutrality," yet claim to bo cither allv
or friend. No one could imagine that
Gen. Butler belongs to tho " (bird
party," for his relations with the chief
f it.' i. ... ii . . . ii .i
justice are nanny more agrecaiuo than
with the general of the annv. If lie
has any political afliliations, they must
bo with a lourth party, "the tribe of
Benjamin," who "ravins as a wolf ; in
the morning ho devours tho prey ami
in nigiii no uiviiics ino spoil."
Tiiiitu Djstmct Convention. The
Times underslands that tho Congress-
loutu uoiiycniion ior nils uistrict will
ho called to meet at wtowc, August 11th.
Seymour said, "I should bo dishonor
ed if I accepted your noniination." And
this before lie know Frank Rlair was to
go on thotlckot with him. Tribune.
rolilTICAl IT12MH. A difitiliLMltshcd
Ohioan is eredhed with the saying that
"Mr. Chase will do the meanest thing
to Bt into olllce, and makes (he best
?.mc1cTr ,vh,on., 'l0 HV,H )f nu' ninn in
th 111,110,1 Mllt0S-
Mnmes, the iilrate, supports Seyniour
ft 11 1 1 lllfiil tit iti ti I'oit k it tl lin.i iiiii.l..
""""I. " " iniimuuu
Mieecli urging their election. ItlssiiL'
gested that If they should happen to bo
elected, he would make a good minister
(o England to settle the Alabama
,.i.i wl,lioi' who him liwt im nr
"and' Xt I will swe
10 ;t , " . h .c
. " "
old soldier who has los( an arm
I am wailing to sec if the people
IT. V. M. The organ presented by
tho senior class to tho University has
arrived and is now in use in tho Cfiapol,
President Angel made a neat little speech
thanking the class for their generous
,. i present, and hoped all (he friends of the
inuvoisity would contribute as liberal
ly. The organ is a very handsome Es
tey organ, costing 1200, and is more ele
gantly finished than others. On its
front is a silver plate inscribed "To our
Alma Mater, from the Class of 03, II. C.
Raines, .1. 1). Dennison, L. M. Piatt, A.
1 M it f..,.n " n ..'ill
XJ. 1 Villi V . , .... X' VylllJ'LlllUi ......
greatly add to the morning exercises by I
introducing the pleasant, lcatureoi sing
ing, and will be noticed by the Alumni
among the many new improvements
about the University Times.
Charles A. Dana, Assistant Secretary
of War during the rebellion, writes
llnis in the New York ,S'nn of Gen.
Grant: "In camp, he almost alone
among all the prominent officers of tho
army never tolerated liquor or wine,
either at his table or about tent. Fa
tiguing marches, and the exhaustion of
battles, did not break over his rule not
lo touch or taste anything alcoholic.
Again and again have we seen wine of
Cored him at public and private dinnors,
only to be steadily refused."
JK&J-Groy hairs, although accounted
an honor by the old, have never been so
considered with respect to the middle
aged or young. These can be easily
remedied by the use of " Barrett's Veg
etable Hair Restorative." The only
thorough renewer and preventative of
all diseases of the seal). Otdcnsburrh
Savh Youk Doctoii's Bills, -"When
Dr. NVistcr's Balsam of Wild Cherry
will euro coughs, colds, bleeding at tho
lungs, and arrest the fell destroyer, Con
sumption, it docs more than most phy
sicians can do. The use of a single bot
lle, costing one dollar, will satisfy tho
most incredulous that thoy need look no
further for the required aid.
JGQy Some American ladies at Copen
hagen who recently called on the Qucon
of Denmark, were not a littleastonished
to see that she wore a cheap dress, and
that, on rising to receive them, she laid
on her working table a cotton stocking,
on which she had been kill v ting.
1 P. O. -Ti v a box of
P laud's Plantain
vo in tho World.
J . Ointment. Tiio bent i
Take no utiles, but insist ot Vaviiif; thin, l'or
unlu bv all DiutriristH and Country Dealers.
Dr. J. W. POLAND,
Mahnolia NYA'ryii, A delightful
toilet article superior to Cologne, and
at half the price. 220-iiw
i&F Baldness, grayness and other im
perfections of the Hair will be inexcusa
ble after a trial of Mrs. S. A. Allen's Im
proved (new style) Hair Restorer or
Dressing (i one bottle.) Every Drug
gist sells it. Price One Dollar. 222-4w.
aMlV. l'all Term commences Monday, Aujjiwt
. aiat Mr. Oscar Atwood, a graduate of tho
Vt. University, a uucccsmI'uI tcachor, has been
unpaged to ta'ke charts of tho Classical Depart
ment. Hoard with the family of tho Principal,
or in the village, and rooms for nelf boarding,
at reasonable rates.
AHA SANDKUSON, I
Uesux, Vt.. July 10th, 18(1H. d.VwCtu58-w22.-
GRAND FLORAL CONCERT
Mil. 11. 1. PIlOCTOIt,
"VTTith a chorus of home sixty voting Ladies
and Misses will give Paroiii's beautiful
" THE TWIN SISTERS "
with appropriate Scenery, Costumes, Tableux
Ac. at the
Academy Hull, Si. Albans,
on Thursday and Friday evenings, July 23rd
The programmes will catmint also of a choice
selection of Vocal and Instrumental Music
from somo of, our best resident talent,
among whom uro tho well known
names of Messrs. !. D. Hopkins
and Oro. Kinsley.
'nc'icirrs.- !l." cents, Reserved seats 50 cents, to
bo obtained at Mil. KLTHU HUNTINGTON'S
Stole, on and after
Monday, July 20th.
at 7i Concert to Commence at
New Auction, Commission,
A .V 11
riUlF, Undersigned, has opened an miction and
X Commission Wore.
) III H C 0 I h ' H
Where may bo found a largo Stock of Goods
of all descriptions
Prints, Delaines, Crockery Plated Goods, Glass
Ware, Ac. which will bo sold 20 per cent. lower
than nt other establishments iu town.
'Pablo Linnens, Counter Panes and Diaper
Wiro all purchased at Stownrfs iu Now York.
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Auction sales every Tuesday and Saturday
All kinds of household goods will4bo bought,
or taken for salo on commission.
54 dA-wlf JulylS.
DEWEY, NOBLE & CO'S
I N S U R ,1 N C E
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OAIM'IWI. AMI SUUP .US.
m s-n m-i i
llOM K INSURANCE COM PANY OF
CAPITA I .VXD SOU PLUS, $:,l-4;j sC,
HARTFORD FIRE INS. COMPANY
OF HAlt'lTO!!!), l.'ONX.,
CAPITA I. A.N U KOUPM'S, i,Oll(),(IOO Ml,
INS. COMPANY NORTH AMERICA
CAPITAL AM) Sl'UPLVS. ('4,0110,000 00.
NIAGARA FIRE INSURANCE CO.
OF NKW YOUK,
CAPITAL AM) xrilPLliS, gl.ftOU.OOO 00.
SECURITY INSURANCE CO. OF
CAPITAL AND Sl'KPHIS, HlA17,ni 1.
LORILLARD FIRE INS. COM PANY
OK NKW YOUK.
CAPITAL AM) SURPLUS, 4(1,500,000 00,
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE IN. CO.
OF NKW YOHK,
CA PITA h AXJ Siriil'L US, f 7fi),0l0 00.
CORN EXCHANGE INS. COMPANY
OF NKW 011K,
CAPITAL AX J) SUUl'LUS, MSO.OW) 00
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO.
OF HAHTFOHD, CONN.,
CA VITA I. AX1) StrjfJ'L US,
ROGER WILLIAMS INS. COMP'Y
OF I'HOVIDKNCK, H. I.,
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GLENS FALLS INSURANCE CO.
OF GLENS FALLS, N. V.,
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Fire and Muiiuc Insurance effected nt this Agen
cy ill any ui inu uuoi nen iwiotwi ioiiipuiiics.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF
Tho Oldest and Largest Mutual Insurance Com
pany iu the United States.
CAPITAL A XD ASSETS, 2.ri,CO0,00O 00.
TAfe and Accident Insurance
Kithcr scperately or combined, at the lowest
rates of Premium in tho
TRAVELLER'S INSURANCE CO.
OF HAHTFOHD, CONN.,
CAPITAL A XV ASSETS, 11,000,000 00.
I AH losses promptly attended to and settled at
i thin Agency. JMnje Security, Fair Profit, and
j Prompt Payment.
, Insurance to any amount effected on tho most
DEWEY, NOULK & CO.
Olllco corner Luke aud Main St., St. Albaim,
jmiw ladies store,
Opposite Htdif of Kaxe . I'ne. in ImiUlinir
former lv m-oiiploil l,v S. S. J. A. lk,1,tr,l. I,,
.lies will tlinl hero eoinplcti' Mint clioieo assort,
liient of laiic.v Dry Kds last ivrcived front
nmiltut, such as
Fringes all colors.
Fans, a rich lot.
iValencienes and Thread Lace
I A nice lluu or Freneh Canibriea and Fancy
I LawiiR. A now Kid Glove which HiupaHBua anv.
, tlihiff yet brought into this marliot, tuil mm:
njhttil. All of which will bo od at rmiunnnblo
1 "'iih win una it to tnmr ailvantaKo o
Cftu nml i,xnm f(. tlioniNolvo,
Dre.sM and Cloak ihmKi'iic In ,,ll il, , ,,ti,,..
under tin- Hhillful mmcrviHioii nf t-'ii.,',,
: Moon-. ItniK and favorably known to tho iiiliabl.
tnntM ot HiIh villaun and vioinitv,
Agent for WILCOX A OHM'S &uvlnK MaohiUm.
l-,M1' L. V. Kimi'to.v.
THE ST. ALBANS BRIGADE BAND
Are pieparcd to furiiish muMo tor
And on other occamoiiH where hand and Stiiuir
MiihIc is required.
OldeiM addressed to
GEORGE E. .KINSLEY,
W. H. SMITH.
At tho Tieinont House, will receive prompt r.t-
M'GOWAN &c BROWN
SA DDL KltY, ! A lilt I Ani-
We liao the laiLret and bent axsniti.il xtn.dtiif
poods of every description, in tho above line, to
be found in the State. As i.eents for the lai'trcat
IJclltnt: l'actorie.x, wu Keep a supply of
7, AVI Tim I! liFJriXQ
Of all nizcKon bund. Wo ollbr a full and com
plete ntyoi tmunt of
Carriafc and Iamess Makvrs' Supplies,
And aru coindnnlly iveciviiif; einixlKniimntH of a
Hupenor article- of Oak and Hoinloeli Harnoa.M
Leather, Patent Collar and ItiiHuet, Grain and
Split SliirtiiiK and Winker. Hard and Hoft Dash,
Knnanieled Oil Top and
G It A IN 11Q OT L E A THE II.
CARPETING AND OIL CLOTH,
Which we filler at n low cash llgtiro,
McGOWAN A BHOWN,
.i. I'ltoriii.NQiiAji m (iowak, I St. Albans, Vt.
iii'.onoi; w. imow.v.
WJtOI.F.SAI.i: AM) ICKTAII, llKM.Klt I.N
CA llll I AGE
BARNES' BLOCK, LAKE ST
St. Albans, .May U, IHfiS.
Or a Nllvvi Medal
BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE
CT By 'h N. II. Stulo Arrlcullurl fiocrv, it
Ul I air, lioMrn In Naihun, !-ct 2v, lalii.
Vcgctnblo Ilulr Rcstorndu
Ittitorn Griy Hair to IU Nutural Colon
motci the grow lh of Ibr lUIri rUiim ill. .
roou to tliclr original nrennlc m-tinn i i rndl
tAc!'.'! J',V,",'U" "'"l fiuinimi lirivmt, a
lllr Willie oqt I, UmuinrinrPn nine.
ItconUlni no Injurious Inemlicnii, V
teuiiiiini no iiutirintu merrilirnit.
JFV"UV. 1,11 ",I,sl iwpuiar nnii icii- a.
la.l, Wtit, North, uml jr
k aim it ii
J. It. BARRETT & CO., Proprietor?,
UXHCUEtTr.R, K. II.
Soldjby all Druggists.
ASAHDI S. HYDE,
DKAI.l'.lt IN AM, KINDS OF
First Class Groceries ! !
HARROW 11LOCK, ST. AL1JANS, VT.
Consisting in part of
TR. ci-3 CLAHK has removed to Fctilh Main
XJ Wreot. Oflico at his reside
Kt. Albans, Vt May. 2,U8Cr