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VKRMONT D.Vrr.Y TRANHCRIPT, J ULY SO, 1SG8.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. AlHANS, VT.:
Monday, July io, isiw.
.UtlllVAI. or l-ASSl-Nlinil THAIS.
From the South and East, 5,18 a. m., 10.50 a. in
6,25 J), in,, 8,(10 p. in.
From House's Point and West, 5,o0 n. in., 11,
50 a. nt.. 7 13 p. ill.
From Montreal. 1 1 1." a. m., 7 40 p. in.
DEl'AtlTlMll: OK l'ASHl'.SdllU TllAlN's,
For tla South nuil Hast, (S2) a.m., 12(10 in.
$ 00 p. in.
For Hnusi's l'oint and West, 00.) a. in.
n. m. 7 10 p. iii-
For .Montreal, (1 10 :i. m., 0 :1j pm.
Eftsux Coi'NTY.Tho county ooiivcn- (H-n'f.hoL's. At the eulo of pews, nt :
tiou for Krppx County, culled by the r auction, tn the new brick church in,
iJi-nuicrutic Counly coininlltco, met at ! Milton, on the 11th of July, Hon.
Guildhall, .lulyS, and nimlo the Toll-1 .looph Clark houyht one sill) nt 12,12-;!
oYvlnjr nominations for county oIUccih : ! and offered to pay one quarter towards ,
.Vnnnfm: Vnnihliii Hell, of Luueii-, an orirnn worth $2,000. lie also rnve ;
AMixlttnt Judjrs.A. V. Woodman,
Brighton, and T. llolbook, Jr., Leming
ton. Judfic of J'robate.U V. French,
.yoc'w Attorney. Henry 1 ley wood,
SlieriJ)'. Samuel l Kneelund, Vic
tory. Willi liail(lj. Hull, Maidstone.
a clock which cost nearly
From tin' llipputhcotion Building's
1 lth SI net, opposite (lie Aeadiiny of Musie, Now
...... DIB ECTOR.
PAII.Y AltltlVAI. Or HTAOKS AT HT. At.lHNH.
From Suoetslmrgh and Franklin, 700 p. in.
From liiehfortl ami Sheldon, 500 p. m.
From Sheldon, 10 00 a. m.
From Ualtcrsfield, 11 00 n. in.
ninv m:iAinTitr. or htaoem fihdi nt. ai.ham.
For Franklin mid Swoetsbnrgh, 7 Mil. m.
For Sheldon niul llieliford, 8 !10 n. m.
For Sheldon, 2 OH p. m.
For Hftl.ci-suild, 1 Od p. m.
Stages mil nt (lie several hotels in town. Ktr.pe
unices at the Tieniont limine.
i.osiso or i in: maii.k.
Mulls for New Yuri, ehiM-ato 00 a. lit. and 7 0)
'"'Malls for Boston close at 5 a. in, and (iilO p.m.
Mails for Albany and (ho Went close at 5 ( II a.m
Malls lor Canada cln-e at ." ! 0 a. in.
Southern and Noilhcni way mail elone at . 00
M. (' A.
1 at their room over Win
Xi:w Saloon. Me.-tsrrf. Harvey &
Davis have opened, within a few days, a
new saloon In the basement ofDriHcoll'n
block, Lake Street, and have lilted it up
in good style. Their rooms are cool and
comfortable, and will be stocked with
such f-enulne beverages as are always
kept in Vermont, Massachusetts,
Maine, -New York, and other States of
the Union, as well as in the Urilish
Provinces. As a recorder of current
facts we place the opening of this new,
anil we believe well-kept establish
ment, on record. The card of the pro
prietors will appear in due time.
meets every Monday evening
N. Smith's Store.
Mji in Sitl-cit
Chuini'lain Chapter No. 1. 1! A. M. meet the
third Wednesday evening in eaeh month, at
their h ill in Wheeler's hloeli, Main Street.
Columbus Council No. 1. H. A' S. M. meet the
second Wedii, .lay evening In eaeh month, .it
their hall in Wheeler's Block.
Franklin Lodge No. 1, F. A A. M., meets the
first W 'dnewl.iv evening in eaeh month at their
hall in I'nioli Itlnek. Main Stri ct.
F.nglesbv Lodge No. SI F. A' A.M. meets the
fourth Wednesday evening in each month, .it
their hall in t'nion Block, Main Sticcl.
t r tal l'otintain. '1'eniple of Honor No. 1 meets
i vcrv Tuesday evening at their Mall in Billies
Block, Lake Street.
St. Alhaiis Lodge No ;!'.'. 1. O. of (!. T. meets
.voi-v I'ridin eicninu at their Hall in Humes
Wools, Luke Street.
Hlsing Sun l.o 'go Ni . S t. O. nfO.T. meets
everv Satunlav evening, at St. Alhans ltay.
Nt ' John the' Baptist Benevolent Society (Ca
nadian) meets on the lirst and third Wednesday
i venue; of each month at their hall over 1'. II
Hunting! m's St'ire.
li' lntere-dinji- matter, original or se
lected, may always be found on the lirst
Oru Daily. Those wishing toccure
eopies of our daily paper can do so tit
Meriitield's and Maker's bookstores, as
well as of carrier.!, and at the office.
Copies of our weekly paper may nl-o be
had at these place.
Shout Sighticd. The idea that pat
rons of the daily and weekly Thaxs
ciiil'T do not travel by ferry sometimes,
ami wish to know concerning times,
prices, etc. Perhaps, however, the
whole thing is merely an experiment.
Kixcimax Stkkkt. H. D. Smith, of
Milton, A. G. Soule, of Fairfield, and
BiriTicK is now shipped to Boston oer
the Vermont Central, in ice, at a co.-t of
one cent per pound, and is in good con
dition when it reaches Boston as when
it leaves St. Albans on Tuesday after
noon. The railroads have brought a
market for butter and cheese to every
farmer's door, and owing to the close
competition in buying, butter has re
peatedly been sold at higher prices in
St. Albans, than in Hoston orNew York
of the same dales, while as a general
thing butter costs the consumer the
.-aine, or if anything a tittle more, in
Burlington, than it does in Boston.
Commi:xci:mkxt Exi:hc jsi:s atMid
DJiHUUUY CoLLKOK. The following isa
programme of the Commencement ex
ercises of Middlcbury College, occur
ring in ine second wcck in ivugusi :
Sunday, August 9th. Baccalaureate
Sermon by President Kilcbel,atl p. m.
The preliminary meeting of the
Alumni will lie held on Tuesday, Aug
ust 11th, at!) a. m., at the .Lecture
Room of Hie Congregational Church.
A registry for the Alumni will lliete be
opened. 'The Annual Meeting of the
Assoeiation will be held at the College
Chanel. "Wednesday, August 1 liLU, at
S l-li o'clock, a. m.
fucsday, August lltli.--Anniver.-ary
ol tlie Societies. Address tieiore ine
Philoniathesian, by ltalph Y nldo J'.m-
erton, at ai n. in. J.101. i' imi k ii ii
I' isK, ol I'lnciigo, at t j-i: p. m. auures
ses tlie riiimdeliiliian ( religious) socie
ty. The competitors lor tlie l'arKenan
nrizes. ollerea tor excellence in decla
mation and oratory, win occupy ine
Wednesday, August llltli. Annivcr
ary ol tlie Associated Aiiinnu. ah
nual address, by the Uev. Byron Sun
derland, 1). D.. of Washington, 1). C,
class ol ih.is.
Poem bvM. L. Mead, M. 1).. class of
AiM'oiNT.Mi'XT. The Whim of to
day says that 11. L. Sampson was ap
pointed on Saturday postmaster for St.
Albans. A New York paper says that
N. H. Barker has been appointed, and
the telegraphic rcnorlsorSatuiday night
announces, one that 11. N. Barber hn
been confirmed postmaster here, and
another 11. L. Samson. T ho announce
menl of both (eletiranh and the ThncH
is positive. That of the Timcii is latest,
however, though based on the tele
graph, probably. Which Is correct''
We venture to guess that II. L. Sam
son is the ninn, and that Judge ISarber
has retired in Ills ravor. Mr. Snmson,
as deputy, has had charge of (he otllee
for several years, and as such ha given
general satisfaction, we believe.
Kxcritsiox. We noted on Friday
that a party left Ibis place seeuing a
ly's pleasures in the Queen's Doinin-
ions. c learn :rom our veneranie co-
teniporary, which was represented by
Uiegontlemanly Mr Clark, of this place,
on the occasion, that the party went to
Waterloo, had a "capital time," and
came back safe and pleased, convinced
of Mr. Hunt's power ! anil disposition to
make ti tripon bis business car pleasant.
"Hullv for all, for all."
WILL EXHIBIT AT
ST. ALBANS, MONDAY, JULY 27.
Ticki:ts lor Mr. Proctor's Grand Flor-
il Conceit, on Thursday and Friday
evening next, are for sale at Hunting
ton's. It isa good plan to get tickets
ind select scats early
OniTLTAitY. It became our duty to
Reynolds, of Alburgh, commission- ret.,)rd a few days since, the very sudden
ers appointed by the County Court, to
day made a survey of Kingman Street,
and have ordered it to be opened lour
rods wide. These gentlemen have s-cf-
tled the question of damage to tlie Sey
mour estate, placing it at$:i,o()0. It will
be remembered that tlie corporation
placed the damage at $l,.r)00.
Wii have received a communication,
signed " a merchant," which we will
publish on receiving the name of the
writer. We have frequently announced
that we do not make use of communica
tions unless the name of the writer ac
companies them for our own informa
tion. This rule is as necessary as it is
usual with publishers.
Mlt. 13. POKTKIt Bit AINI-'KD, WClloticc
by the Montpelier Journal, is Grand
Worthy Bccordci of the order of Temp
lars of Honor and Temperance in Ver
mont. A. D. Welch, of Montpelier, is
Grand Worthy Templar.
Tin: Wkliilx Sphixu. A gentle
man who thought thatthe weathergave
sufficient excuse to him to sit still and
'observe the signs of tlie time.-!," quiet
ly lit his pipe and counted tlie number
death, from apoplexy, of Mrs. Mary
Moore, wife of J. A. Pierce, manager of
the telegraph oflice in this village, aged
Mrs. Pierce was formerly of Hunting'
ton. Mass.. and had been a resident ot
St. Albans only about one year, yet suf
ficiently long to assure us, that in her
carlv death not only have her infant
children lost a tender loving mother.
her husband his dearest earthly friend
but otheiv a kind, amiable, excellent
neighbor. Tlie few short months she
has dwelt among us, have been months
in which she had drawn many valued
friendships around her, and now til
though they have been so quickly sun
dered by the hand of death, her place
trough but a memory, will long be cher
ished in fond affection. And to Him
whose heart was full of sympathy for
the afflicted sisters of Bethany, do we
commend the sorrowing husband and
SuuAit. We cup the following from
1 Sugar is now 17 cents per pound, and
svrup is Sl.oO per gallon tliese are aver
of people whovisited the Wclden Spring
a few days since. For the day of his
self-imposed watch he counted over four
hundred visitors. He put that in his
pipe and smoked it, and came to the
conclusion that tho spring was popular
as well as useful.
Essux Acadkmy. Attention is called
to the advertisement of Essex Academy,
In another column. Mr. Asa Sander
son, the Principal of tlie Academy, is
endeavoring to make an excellent school
Mr. Oscar Atwood, a graduate of the
University of Vermont, has charge of
the classical department
WiNoosKi. A few days since wo had
occasion to stop at the Stevens House,
Winooski, J. J4. Nesniitli, Proprietor,
formerly of the American House, Hyde
Park. We were kindly shown over the
ige prices. The population of the United
'tates and Territories is '50,000,000. Tho
Fur the Vermont lYantcript,
RAIN IN NEW YORK,
11 O It It n HY O F A It A X K.
GREAT METROPOLITAN INSTITUTION
IVinriicntlv oHtablMiod dnrinpr the j'reatei -portion of tlie year in u -plendid Iron Kdilleo in the
City of New York, which is veil known thvou,'hoiil the country as the
N 13 W AND
Oitin:n Gi;xtli:mkx. The Burling
ton Free Prow and Times are boili out
against Hon. F. E. Woodbndge for re
election to congress, we can inese
gentlemen to order and say handtt off.
I he lirst Congressional uistrict never
interfered in the concerns of your dis
trict when you had trouble in your
happy Republican family two yearsago.
Mr. Woodbridge hiniselt set the ex
ample of "interference" by lending the
lllll Ol His tlL-llllllf, L'Uiiiiiviwilii-i- uiiii
voice to late Hon. Portus Baxter in his
celebrated electioneering tour through
this District. The Vcrgennes Vcrmon
tcr published in its columns the para-
giapnsoi mar ceiennueii ponuciu piini
sitc "Cant. John T. Drew," and we
might goon and multiply the instances
of this "outside interference" that is so
unpleasant to the Conner, but it is not
necessary. The truth is that when a
Representative in Congress so conducts
iiunseli una nc lays nimsi n open 10
such a stinging rebuke as that adminis
tered to Mr. Woodbridge by L. B.
Washburne during the Donnelly de
bate every Vermonter ought to protest
against his further continuance m ot
llee: it is right and decent that every
public press in Vermont shall express
the hope that i lie First District will bo
represented hereafter by a man with
clean bauds and a clear head, 'lo ad
voeate the cause of any one of Mr.
Woodbridge's tvorth.i competitors above
another mav be exceeding the bounds
of propriety, but to frankly say that "
Mexican isond looner" is an unwonny
representative of Vermont is something
that no honest paper in Vermont ought
to be ashamed to declare. A public
man must stand or tall by his public
character, for it is his own work and he
must be judged by it. Times.
Mixi.STKitiA L Association. The
Burlington District Ministerial Associ
ation. in common -with a similar as
sociation of the Poultney District, of the
Methodist Church, will be holdcn at
Rutland, Aug. 11th, 12th and 18th.
l)iu)wxi:i) Wiuli: Bathixcl The
number of persons reported drowned
while bathing during this hot weather
is large in Vermont alone. John Bio-
gett was thus drowned in Bolton
last week, and in Pawlct three Irish
girls, from twelve to fourteen years of
aire, were drowned while bathing in
Pawlct River on the 4th. Timen.
r..-ii;i.-- aihniralion. To In adnii.id,
in u .-t possess licanty and Ind .lit
Most every one has intelligence, and
And which, the present sea:
lliaiiv em-ieiy innci aim suiuiii;;iv iiuin.. "i" -" .- ,.,,",.. m. ,,,ui .1.,,.!,,,,
J. 'lie AI'OLIXK UOLL.M, tlie J'liciionienai lMpiesu luiun;, n" , , ,Vi
in, with its
Never hel'oi-e presented in inerica, will he enabled to
olU-i enti rtaininents ol niailieil oriKinality and ocilni(i
interest, tar surDassiiiL' aiivthini.' hitherto witnessed on
this side of the Atlantic. 'The ptihlic. appreciation of
the pei lorn. anccs. i;ien by t Ho New York Circus, not
..i.K- in the ( itv of New oili. bill also illinng its lorinei'
.- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 e r l'Mcnrsioiis. has stimulated tho management
to icm wed cxeitions, and it is conlldently asserted ns
beyond the powd- of contradiction, not only that the
iK'H'oniances of the Troupe during its present tour will
be found riiilH'iior i any ever (jiiiii in uu
Hut that tlu company is in all respects
tuf P.PRT IN THE WORLD
r.iere laiiitf no Kuilcstriaii estabhsliinent m all
r,,,, .ninn, i-ii-.j- so manv irst-c ass artists, or so
first season m America of
Nkw Y'ork, July 20.
A heavy thunder and rain storm lot
night cooled the atmosphere. It is clear
this morning with prospect of another
hot day. There was one cubc of sun-
troku and one case of cholera yester
day. There were 20 deaths In St. Louis
on Saturday and Sunday from bent.
it is reported that the Importers and
traders bank of this city was robbed ou
the 6th instant of 8,000 dollars, nnd that
the police olilcials up to the present date
profess profound ignorance of it.
Nkw Yohk, July 20.
The Globe newspaper published in
the city of Mexico, asserts that a corres
pondence has taken placo between tho
Minister of Foreign Relations and the
b. Legation. A difficulty had arisen
between the two departments on account
of tho expulsion by the Mexican Gov
ernment of Mr. Napoleon Simon who
claimed to be an American citizen.
Nfav Yornc, July 20.
John Spicer was killed yesterday by
taking strychnine given by mistake by
an apothecary for Seidlitz powder.
Gold opened at 143J ; at 11:30, it won
specialties as thh
wi n i u 1 1 it! . w iiw niiiiiisnco iuu iiiun
. . i; i ,1 1...1.. ,1,1,111 m hoi'se witl, out sailille or nridie i linsex
eais acci'iiijuisHuii ., uuiu i,m- in i-"- "r ; ,. .,.,, , fi,:,!,,,,. -,. tl,r.
1 II i. ,f,in niwrnifoi ill Illi iltn HT I 111! II 11 II 1 1 IN t'XIII'l !i; t' llll HhVIII etui .tttm.
iraou.oia ... e ,,. . ... . ' ' . - ,1 inlv arrived in this country ill April. Hit
S i IS , i m:. iacU Ki'd throw" into the shade all previous displays of
Vmalel'oueslrian.sniseen in the noted Slates and cannot he paralleled in any exhibition in
Kuropc or America. Included m tlie brilliant an ay 01
World Renowned Artists
Attached to the New York Circus will he found tlie
names of Hubert Sticluicy, the llivat American 15a re
Illicit llider; the I'onrad lirotbers, Champion Hymnasts
ol'the World: William lluttoii, the intrepid SonuisoL
Hider, with his infant son, Arthur ; the Kuiinells
Kaniilv, who have no cipials in any eountrv in the Clas
sic School of Gymastii-s ; 1,1 Nino Kddie, tlie Hoy Won
der, who although a mere child, surpasses Hlondin in
dil.ie.uU feats upon the Tinlit Hope. Ucrbeit IV Wil
liams, the (jfeateut of KnjjliHh Clowns, eiifjaKed in
London expresslv for the present traveling season, to
Kcthcr w th the Kroatet force of Dariuj,' H.irc
liaek Hideis, Aceoinphshed Acrobats, Classic
(IvmnaMs, Comical Clowns, Slack Hope Vaullcrs, '.is
title Miihters, V'.piilibrists, Vnlti-jeui-s, Tiuub'.ers ami
l'.intoiiiiinistK, liver brought together in tics l ounliy,
involving a greater 1'xpendilnre lor Salaries than is
incurred by anv four traveling eomp.inies, and i i'.ibr.ic
iiiK more liist class Artists, than can be found in any
l ircusui the World, first mason in America ot Conrad's
A LL persons indebted to tho late firm of Soo-
Xi. nem ,v liieent will please settle their no-
omits with me at
tho 'r.th .lulv.
the old stand, on or buforc
TROUPE OF I'EHFOllMlNli DOGS .'
from London and Paris. The largest and best stud of beautiful and highlv trained
PERFOllMfNG 110HSFS AND PONIES ' '
And the most brilliant wardrobe, trappings and appointments to bo found in Kuropc, or America
The Programme of performances arranged for the present season will bo distinguished by
novelty, vatiety and sterling merit, lucludin many omirelv new acts, never belore
iiven in this country, with others that an original with and peculiar to the
New York Circus, and can be witnessed in no other establishments
all the vasjt resources of this nianilleently appointed es
tablishment will be called into requisition it every
entertainment to furnish a display of
Dashing Horsemanship and Classic Olympic Games !
Which for Novelty, Variety Kle?nnce and exciting interest will be found Infinitely Superior
To anything of the kind hitherto witnessed in America. '
The Entire Mammoth Troupe
from tho New York circus, in Fourteenth Street,
New York, will appear at every performance.
Prof. Charles Boswold's Opera Band,
from New York, accompanies the Troupe.
t,.) Thi.- e.iiiip.uiy travels entirely by railroad, on
special train chartered for the purpose, and cruise
ipui.th the pi i forniers and horses eomo into the
an mi i'ii.-h and active, instead of being jaded and
miii down by Meaiii-onie night travel over rough
You will Find a
F A. N" S ! !
Different Styles nnd Prices
Opposite the Park.
Swanton FallsMarble Works !
The undersigned having purchased tho Large
And business of tho late Jon 1'euuy. and having
improved facilities for carrying on tho business
by water power, would announce to tho public
that bo will fill all orders for
Oravc Stones, Counter and'fablo Tops, Comctry
Posts, Window Capa and Sills, with promptness
and at low rates. It. LKSTKH BAHNKY.
Swanton, Vt., Juno 18(18. 221-2m
RUHHKH Coats, all kinds, at
VM. N. SMITH ACQ'S.
i I. e
premises hy tho very agreeable, and
gentlemanly landlord, and can Bay that ning it into market at an under price
unnlv of .suefiir for our country, then
must cost for tlie current year lsos, 910.1.
000.000: svrnn. bOO.OUO.OOO total, i?2Mi,
OOO.ODd. To make our estimate safe, sup
nose we allow that about (i,(IOl),000 ol
our population deny themselves this
luxury, saving $13,000,000 still we have
$200,000,000, as the aggregate at present
nd yet with all this enormous eon-
sumption and the fact which should be
known, if His not lo every person in this
country, that all told, we cannot make
even four per cent, of the supply neces
sary for the country if wo tap every
maple tree, Maple sugariinakers suffer
themselves year after year to be in
veigled into the belief that 121 cents is a
good price for maple sugar. Maple sugar
is worth two cents a pound more than
any other as u luxury and will always
command it if tho makers use but reason
able diligenco iu making a good article
and reasonable irood sense In not run-
for comfort, capacity and style, it is
second to no hotel in the State. The
rooms are well furnished and large. Its
water arrangements aro truly tho best
that wo have seen in any hotel for some
time. Our worthy host, Ncsmith, isen-
titled to a good share of patronage, and
Vinooskl should bo proud of such a fine
edifice. We noticed many other lino
buildings that havo been erected slnco
our last visit there, and others in prog-rcBB.
Tlie actual loss in this country last
season by unwittingly mincing a poor
article and more unwittingly rushing it
into market was moro than ten thousand
dollars over and above tho actual cost of
making n better articlo, and tho Interest
of the monoy lost in holding it. e
would not recommend farmers to hold
any articlo of produce when they can
sell it at a reasonable price ; but to sell a
staplo article liko maple sugar below
prico is tho sheerest nonsense,
ALL CAN BE SUAtTTIFUIi
Hy using the iAPHIA. l.OTl.V.V, the latest
and most wonderful of all the cosmetics. Hy its
use all niothsand freckles are removed, the skin
becomes clean and transparent and the cheek
lose.ito with the hue of youth. The I'aphian
Lotion can be found at
THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE !
And also a most complete assoitinent of all toi
let articles. The new and fragrant l-'loi- le
."Wiiyo, and tho delicious wood Vlnli t. and all
other choice and fragrant perfumes.
HAIR DItESSIKCrS AND DVES :
l'utVand Powder Hoses, Colognes, Toilet .Soaps,
Teeth washes and I'owders. finishes; mu-li as
Hair, Teeth, Natl, Iiitant, Ac., Ac.
Call and see the beautiful necessities and lux
uries for the toilet even it you do not wish to buy
Am full a slock of pure I)i "K" as can he found in
the .State ot Vermont, together with Hesinoids,
Fluid Kxtracts, and all articles required in a
Physicians or domestic practice. Warranted
pure and of liivt quality. This store will bo un
dersold by none in St. Albans.
Trusses, Shoulder Unices, Nuppoi-Vrs, .vc., A.,
and every thing kept in a well regulated
puy Tiiicj-'m Vegetable Healing Hitliu!
For it is a Magic Ointment, and will destroy and
euro Felons, Fever, Calomel, Erysipelas and
Scrofula Sores, Ivy Poison, Hheiimatisui, Croup,
Dipthcria, Cuts, Hums, Hi uises ,Vc. And is al
so good for pains in the Hack, Side and Chest,
and is a specific for Man or Heast.
S. It. DAY. Agent,
183-ly St. Albans.
No 'Catchpenny Side Shows
allowed with this F.stablishmcnt.
in) 1 cuts, i.iiimien under 11) years.
The New York Citrus Wcl In at Vi.o ri.uiv
No standing Ki.oin. Seats for all. Uoors
t 2 and 7. Grand F.utrco at 2.1 nnd 7i 1' 31.
u Tickets for sale at
H. HUNTINGTON'S Jewelry Store.
2lth, at Hichinoud July 25th. at Hur'ingtou
O. W. PULLER, Agent.
TOTICK is hereby given that an
for an act laying a tax upon the County of
franklin for tho purpose of paying tho indebted
ness of said County will lie made at tlie next
Si'ssion of the Cleneral Assembly of Vermont, ii:
In order that the amount of such indebtedness
may be ascertained, nil persons having claims
upon the County of Franklin arc requested to
present them at St. Albans to Cyrus N. bishop,
Ksq., County Treasurer, on or before tho second
Tuesday of September next.
Uv order of the Court.
JOSl-U'H II. HHAINFHD, County Clerk.
St. AlbniiH, July B, 22S-3w.
HILb A SAFFOHD, AttornevH at Law, and
Solicitors in Chancer, Ofllc.0, Lake Street
St. Albans Vt.
NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT, .
on and after may 25th, 1868, Life Insurance Company!
Will run from St.
to Sheldon, as fol-
Iionvo St. Albans every day at 2 o'clock p. 111.
Arrive nt Sheldon at 1 o clock p. 111.
Leavo Sheldon at 8 o'clock a, 111. Arrivo at St.
Albans at 10 o'clock a. 111.
11. .IKNNISON, Proprietor.
St. Albans, May 23th, lBC.ti. rtlo-tf
S. R. DAY, AGENT.
St. Albans. Vt. June, IMS.
liTlSS WOODMAN, Dress Maker,
moved to Monitor 'block, over linker's
HooKstore, Lake Street. All orders promptly
nuemiea to, vwi-jw,
l'liuMilx .Mutiiul Uie Iiisnnuice Co.,
OF JIAltTFORD, CONN. .
A favorable opportunity is presented to ener
getic and reliable imsiness men who can dovoto
tlieir entilo uiuo 10 ine oiiMness, 10 represent
tliis old. staunch, and most biiecesafiil Life Com
pany, in unoccupied territory 111 the State ot
Vermont. The many popular features peculiar
to the l'luenix Mutual, and the great advantages
it oilers to the insuring public its freedom from
restrictions on travel and occupation -its non
forfeitable policies its liberal premium system
tho economy of the niaitag ment, audits largo
iinnuid dividends, render it tlie most profitable
Com any to Agents desirous of realizing a haud
bomo competency bv their enterprise and ener
gy. Apply to O. L. HAHCOOK,
Stato Agent l'luenix Mutual Life Ins, Co.
dC-tf Union Mock, Hutland, Vt.
CLOTHINU, Clothing, for Spring at
VM. N. SMITH ,t CO'H.
Ol' .'i:V YOHK.
All Policies by their terms Non For
feitable. DIVIDENDS COMMENCE 2d YKAK.
ProU nil Divided Amoni Policy
General Agent For Vermont.
ST. ALHAXS, VT.
At tho present time there is much competition
among Life Insuraiieo Companies, and many
agents aro far too regardless of tho truth, in
uhitenicnts when soliciting for risks, heneo it is
all important for persons intend. ng to insuro
tlieir lives, to insure only with aircntti whom
thov Know to uo rename, again it, is always most
-. ...!..,. 1 ii...:..
saiisi.ieii.i y iu. .uiui-a iinmuuii vu i.uiu iiiui.
risks with Local agents, then thero is no dilllcul-
1 v 01-ilniiLrcr of loss in transniittiiiL' liremiunis.
Persons intending to insuro their lives will find
it for tlieir advantage to see tho agent of tlto
uuaniiau jiiuiuai ueioro insuring ejsewnero.
T7TOH SPHIN'G OVKKCOATS OF ALL KINDS,
a: go to , yi si, a. surra . cu .
LINEN Colhu'H of every description at
WJl. N. HMITII A CO'H.
A Superior article of Graham Flour, for Bale
at tho store of HAHNKS A CHOWLEY,
d3:i-tf Lalio Street.
CANOEHS CUHED WITHOUT l'AIN, USE
of the knife, or caustic burning. Circulars
sent free of charge. Address
Drs. UABCOCK !c SON,
2U-3m New York.
nillCOT Jackets at WM. N. SMITH & CO'8.
I7OH NEW SPRING SUITS OF ALL KINDS,
? call at WM. N. SMITH A CO'8.
To solicit 01 dors for all kinds of marblo work,
either on commission or hy tho month. Ono
use to tho business preferred. Apply by letter
St. Albans, April 20th, I8C8
KNOllDV Stvles of Spring Hats and Capa at
WM. N. SMITH & cd'S.
LC. LEAVENS, Successor to H. H. Bow-
man, Flour and Grain Merchant. Choice
brands of Flour always 011 hand at low prices.
St. Albans, May 15, 1808. 3d-tf
PAl'EH and Liucn Cuffs, a largo assortment,
at WM. N.SIUTIIiCO'S.
CANOEH, SCBOFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVEH
Complaint, llheuniatism, Neuralgia, Ac,
cured. A liook of 100 pages, sent free to inva
lids. Address It. GllEENE, M. D., 10 Tempi
Place, Dotton, HUu,