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VKUMOISTT 3DA.1L.Y rrRAN"SCPTLyJ. AJJGTT8T 69 1S6S.
ermoiit Dnily Transcript,
ST. ALBANS, VT. :
Tut HSDAY, AuriUST (i, IRISS.
AltlllVAI. Df l'ASSrNOllll TltAlNH.
from the South and East, 5,43 a. in., 10,50 .1.111
,'lo p. in., 8,1)0 p. in.
1 rom House's 1'oint nml West, 5,50 n. ni., 11,-
n n tit 7 .l"t It 111
From Montreal, 11 lo i. in., i iu p.m.
nrrAiiTUiiF. of i'Ashi:n(ikh tiiaiss.
l or tin South and Hast, fi'20 a.m., 12 00 in.
(V.) v in.
lor Jniriuigtoii connecting wiui i.auo mmis
'1j I" . . ..
lor 1! nib(' li'iiit nml West, uii.i n. in. nou
.111, 710 p. m.
Tor M mtrc.il. 0 10 a. in., II 1)3 p. in.
MoltH StfOOTiNU IN SintHWsnt'UY.
Notwithstanding tlio fat nl results grow
injr out of the? dlilleulty between the
UiUoIi and Plumloy fuinllifrt in Shrews
htirv, which we have already chroni
cled, il seems tho end is not yet.
Tuesday evening, about Jlvo o'clock,
as Daniel Raich stopped from tho door
of his father's residence, to the yard, a
ball struck him In the forehead, but for
tunatelv glanced oil', inflicting a severe
(iimli u-niiml. but no serious damaire was
i The hall was tired from a weapon in j
! the hands of me person unknown,
who was at the time concealed in a
' I'liimi) of bushes near the residence of
Bulch, and a man was seen running from
the hiding place just after the tiring or
the shot. Herald.
a he Wnrlu'tp.
ST. A MIAN'S MAIUUST Atigifl !. ISbH.
DAILY AliniVAh OF STAGES AT ST. AI.I1AXS.
From SweolHburgh nml Franklin, 700 p. in.
From ltiohl'ord and Sheldon, 5 00 p. in.
From Shrldm, W00 a. m.
From Ilakcrsiield, 11 00 n. in.
..ii-rt-lil iili OfUllHl 1'IlllAr UT. T.11ANN.
For Franklin ami Swcetsbnrgh, 7 Ma. m.
For hln lilm mid Ilichforil, B SO a. m.
l or Sin Id. in. 2 Oil p. in.
For Uolurslu '.il, 1 HO p. in.
...... .1111 ill tll.l U.lV.'I'.ll III1IIIIM 111 lllttll. .".HILll.
- 1 .1.. 'I'. . ....... I ll,iliBn
CI.nsiNO 01 Hit! MAILS.
MniU l.irNi-w York close at 5 (Kin. in. and 7 0U
Mai's for Huston cloo at 5 a. m. alul d.10 p.m.
Mails for .llaiiv and the West eloso at 5 00 n.m
Mails for Canada close at 5 (0 a.m.
Sontln in iind Northern way mall eloso nt 5 Oil
(' A. meets every Monday evening
room" over Win! N. Smith's Store,
I ,.t tn if
(lianiiilaiu chapter No. 1, II. A. 31. moots mo
lllrd W In. -dftv evening in (ach ninntli, nt
lli ir In'l 1.1 Wh-'lcr's block, Main Street .
( minibus l miH'il .No, 1, U. .v n, M. moots uie
i (i i.. i ..i.... ; ,..i. t.o.uMi t
lu i. li.ili ri hi i lt-r nliu'U.
1 i.ii lilt. JmIl:- No. 4. 1'. i A. nurtH uie
i tt . .i.. .i . .....nth .it ho i
in i ri n ii ii ii iinu iti w nil-.-,,,,.
i :i 1 1 in l ii.. n lllmU, yiain Street.
1. sliN LodlV No. hi F. .V A. M. meets tlio
otirtn c(iuisuav evening in '' " .""in", -ii
. ... i. ii .. i- .'. in....!, ir.. :.. . ... .
lieu nail in i nine iuhlii, ,'i.uu .-h . . w
( rvstal 1 nuut.ill). Tcinpic in Honor .mi. i mecis
( n Tliefil.iy ( velllll),' ai tneir nan in Dunes
Unci. Lake Street.
St. lliuiit. .ii(Ikc M) IKS. 1. ti- "i u. I . liieeis
IMM'll. J y imi"
Itisini; Sun l.o lj,'e No. H I. (). ol U. r. meel
ver Si.tllidav i ven ii", at hi. Aiuaus nay.
Kt J lm tin lanlHt 1 oiiovo lout Soeicly (ca-
t. ... : . . ... '.i... ,t... 1 .i.t...i v.i.,...i .f
una 1 1 1 1 iei is tin i m: 111 l .nut 1 1111 1. n .m. r..... .
veiu'iif? of ( aoli iiiontli at tlieir linll over U. 11.
i....f;...n : ......
tllllllllt 'II Hl'Ml .
To Alv if 1st rs. -The Vi.r.M.-vrFiui.v Tr.ASis-
ntiT lias tlie largest eircnlation in St. Albans
mil in Franklin Count v. of any dally paper, and
h iii. ili..t .ire,, nut. if no other, the best medium
or ailMi li ! ;.
(Jen. Carl .Sehurz made a speech in
German, in IndianoioHs,on the 21st ult.
A Democratic journal says he argued
strongly for negro aiillrage everywhere,
on the financial question, he said that
the bonds must not be taxed, and must
ho paid in gold; if they were taxed or
paid in greenbacks, the nation would
hccomV one grand scoundrel.
Although (Jen. Ulair has pawed
through Indiana twice since the New
York Convention, and in each case it
was generally known that lie was on
board of (he train, no Democratic com
mittee bid him welcome, nor was any
invitation given him to seak. This
was not the reception that was accorded
to .Mr. Colfax in Ohio and HHiioR
The Jell'erson (Texas) Ku-Rlux (Sey
mour and Uiair) says : "We well know
that if our standard-bearers shall be
made to trail our proud banner in I lie
dust, that then the expiring shriek of a
cherished freedom will be heard, and a
niirht of eternal trloom and misrule will
lie ours." And further: "How shall
we obviate si war ol races ; t iiere is no
way under the broad canopy of heaven,
without it in driving from our midnt
these low, mean white men. With them
out of the country, the negroes and
white people could get along peaceably
and quietly ; but if they are allowed to
remain in our midst, just so sure we are
bound to have a war of races, and whe)i
there is one drnj) of blood spilt, we pre
dict that it ivillflow os freely as does the
dricil, pur Jli,
per bn.tliol,. . . .
. i i n. per lb.,
i i N, el IhikIipI,
"i .v Mlai., per owt., . . .
j . is, per (inz.,.. . . .
i i it ii, Mipui-tlne,
u.it lid' evtrn, .
. 1 1', per Uisliol,.
11'. - .ii..
I.Aitn, .' ' .. . .
Oats. ; ;
! Dropped Hog,
I'otatous, per bushel. .
I Salt, Canada, . . .
, Turk's Island,
Wool, per lb., . .
Woon prr cord
:t n i m
:i l ni
I !Ti 'i
1 75 H
12 Ol) '
1 1 Ml '
!t Al '.
15 (I oi
I 00 I
lULYSSES S, G-II ANT.
l'OU VK'13 PHIISIDKNT, .
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FOlt 1,1 HUT.
1' H O M
O H N A . PA
l'OU KLUCTUltS AT I.A1KIK '.
UKO. W. GHANDHY, of Vergennci?,
JI. FATHHANKS, of St. .lohnsbury.
O O N" C R R T !
NATIONAL GUARD BAND,
J T A t 1) MM V 11 A h L ,
SI, Ailmiis V(.,
On FRIDAY, Aug, 7th, 1868,
ItUICIlTO.V JIAUKIiT-Aniiit 5.
Iicfi :nHle.--F.lra fat ftiiit ho.ivv renimin i
Oxen, J13.7.J ?1I,0,'; 1st ipiallt' 13(11 i Slt.nO
2d qnalllj $11.00 (i f 11.75: 3d quality 10.0'J
J10.7.), (' 100 "ii total ciylit of.liido.tiillm
and diinsed beef.
Working; Oven.- $22.3 ii $320. or oconliin ,
to value as beef.
Slllcli Ctm s. $15 (i $70; extra and tfood J75 j
.( $1(0, without calves, as may be ngrcod; farrow
.Hid oidinaiy $37 (i 40.
sheep iind 1. ii inlis ; (ic; extra ftltl.l n ,
f(M 0 per head.
ii i n. -WlioleKalt. 7 o i)e; retail, 7 n l'Jc
Mi-caned, (K) il OiicentH. Fat IIors Oc (i 0.1c:
M-til l-alvi'.s ()() n 512 00 pel head.
j.i, ics. -lin'nhton. '.).( (i lite i Hi. Countr,
lots, t) (i !)U'. I'all'Hliins" 13.! .1 l!i)c per lb.
'i .iilim. - Hi ii !lc H Iti.
. i .is. $2 2o il 12 50 oaeb.
lifiahfiettii Coiiniij Xoiiiliiailos.
1 It A D L K V 11 A II li () W .
of St. Albans,
II Ji X 11 Y A . B IT It T ,
WILLIAM U. 11UTCHINSOX,
FOU ASSISTANT .IFIXIKS:
W A I. T R It C . S T 1: V 11 N S
.1 O II X K. . W JE 1 T X K Y ,
itfj Interesting matter, original or se-
octed, may always be found on tlie nrst
Oi i: Daiia. Those wishing to secure
niiios (it our on l v minor can uo so ni
. - . ..
Morrit'iolil's mid Hnkor's bookstores. US
tl f ! , ..L I I HI ....
'onies ol our week v miner mav also ne
Driiixti the month of July there were
.1.1.. ...,.i r....... Ui ah I'M).) li.l.. .I
nil nr l .'1(1.1 uivn ftf MlUlMlnl W'nKM'.
2 !)oxes Vorniont Spring, and 177 box
es and ti uegs oi water irom ouier
springs, including the Welden and Khel-
lrti Utll lliru
Here is a new song to an old measure
(Jeneral 151air came to town
Hiding a new hobby,
He stuok a war-plume in his lint.
The Rebels thought it "nobby"
General JHVir! ha! ha ! ha!
The General found it handy ;
Hut tlie country knows that
he would be
No better than one Andy.
You might look far, and not Iind a
better tribute to Giant than the follow
T would rather have Grant, if he's silent
and still, -Plum
an empty declaimer of words;
1 would rather have Grant, with his
good honest will,
riian one from noisy political hordes.
His deeds are well written in the face of
And he who desires can road them
He stands forth to-day witli his banner
In the light of his acts Our National
Dividend I)i:ci.Aiti:n. The Connec
ticut and rassumpsic It. 11. Company
has declared another semi-annual divi
dend of three per cent., payable now.
Wfj.i. Dom:. At the Concert of the
7th Regiment Band, at Burlington, on
Tuesday evening, tlie net proceeds were
Oiu.iuns County Faui. The New
port JfxDress Siivs that the Orleans
County Fair will be held on the new
irrounds in Harton on Tuesday and
Wednesday, September 15 and 1(1. The
premium list amounts tofSOO, and $;i,000
have been expended in fitting up the
grounds and buildings. There is every
reason to believe that it will be the best
show ever held in tlie county.
Bunt! laky. The dwelling-house of
Uber Blair in Burlington was entered
in the absence of hiniseiriind wife, Tues
day afternoon, a trunk broken open and
twenty-five dollars in greenbacks ab
stracted. Charles Gaboury was brought
before Acting Recorder Hollcnbeck
charged with the crime, and after a hear
ing was ordered to furnish bail to the
amount of $100 to await trial at the
County Court; failing to furnish the
same was sent to jail.
Death of an Eiutoh. Washington
Clapp, editor of the Natick, while walk
lug from his residenco to his olliee in
Natick Wednesday morning was seircd
with an apoplectic fit, and died in the
D.N. Ginn, of Salem, has shown the
editor of the Newport Hxprcss n book
published in London in 1702. It is 100
years old but still in good preservation.
At the meeting of tho Corporation of
tho University Tuesday evening, the
resignation of J. S. Adams, removed to
Florida, was accepted, as a member of
tho Board, and lion. Worthington C.
Smith of St. Albans, was unanimously
chosen in his place. Times.
A Lady visitor nt tlie Champlain
Spring, in Ilighgate, lost a $500 dia
mond, during an excursion In the
Flic Boston Post) the leading Demo
cratic newspaper of New England, said
of Schuyler Colfax 1)11803: "lie is an in
telligent, active, working man ; a good
printer, a good editor, a good citizen,
and has discharged his duty conscien
tiously, we have no doubt, as a public
DocToit Oiinn Gliini.KY. The Re
nowned and Celebrated Naturopathic
Physician, for the natural treatment of
diseases, weakness and infirmities, with
out tiie use of poisonous drugs and pain
ful surgery, will by particular request of
many friends, visit at St. Albans for the
third time, for the purpose of healing
the sick and alllietcd, and will remain
at the St. Albans Houe from Aug. liith
lo Sepl. .'id. Chronic Diseases Cured,
lie was born with natural curative
powers, and for years past he has been
practising the healing art with such suc
cess that he has astonished the nation.
Much excitement prevailed in tlie nu
merous cities and towns, which I Jr.
Gridley has visited during his many
years of travel throughout the United
States. During this time he has per
formed numerous cures that were really
wonderful. The Dr. hasat his command
testimonials from many prominent, re
spectable and honorable citizens, testi
fying to liis superior method and skill
of treating disease. Did tho invalid
world but know what a remarkable gift
Dr. Gridley possesses of discovering the
character and location of diseases, and
his skill in prescribing a remedy, he
could not attend to half the patients who
would llock to him for relief. The Dr.
feels confident in stating to the public
that he is capable of rendorhjg cures of
all diseases llesh Is heir to, if they are of
a curable nature. All those desiring his
mode of treatment, should call soon up
on his arrival. Send for cireulurs.
mis'iox niAiticivi' Ann "
flour, There has been a lair demand, with
stocks eotimdcrahly reduced and low niicl ine
ilhini irnuleM have, further advanced and choice
family brands istiNtnin full previous price. The
M.ilen'of Western u lerlino iiao been at 7 50 to
3 50, and Li arce, eoniinon extras rnnge from Hoi
to SI 75, and in (,'ood demand for tin; Provinces :
medium etroH and ood baliorn' brands at 10
to 13 : ami Uhiu, Indiana and Miehifaii whito
wheats at 12 to 13 50 hbl, iiinutly from 12 to j
12 50. Illinois Klimr in sutirco and r.uij,'os from
12 to 11 ; and f.l. I.oili-, from 12 to 15 5 ' bin,
favorite brands ranin;; from tltol."50' lib!.
Southern F.or.r is ipiiet ami pricex raii;e from :
10 to 12 for extras, and 13 to 1 1 for fancy brands. ,
(ruin. -We notice a better feelin;; for Corn, I
with an increased demand, and for wod, Miami '
lots higher prices have been obtained. The
sales of i-'outliei ii and Westi.ru vellort have been
atl 20 to 1 30; and Western mixed at 1 20 In
1 22 bushel the later pi ice for choice iniNO.l 1
on the i-pot and to arrive. Oatsaro lirmer and'
prices are higher, with a fairib.niand. The sales
of Southern and Wit-lcrn have been at !)2 lo Die
l' bushel, the latter price for choice lots live is
scarce and '.he sales have been .small at 2 15 to
2 20 '( ' bushel. Shorts have been sold at 31 .".0 to i
32 ; and Fine Feed and Mi Idling are scare and
prices are nominal. .
in visions. 1'orli is llniij'with a small stock. I
The sales hao been at 2;) to 2.! 50 for extra:
clear, including Western and boston. 1 '.eel' is
dull, but prices are steady, with sales of ii'f' iior
mess and at 10 to 18 ; good mess at 20 to 22 ; j
extra mess at 22 to 21 ; and family extra at 21 to ,
20 bbl. I.ardis firm, with a stock of about,
3'!' Otcs. The sales have been at IS', ',' lii for
steam and Smoked Hams ill goi d demand at 1
to lllo and faiiiilv cured as high as 22 per Hi.
Ii od t.cc. -Tiie market is very firm for But
ter, and prices have advanced," with large re
ceipts, 'lho demand haH been good from the
local trade and neighboring markets. The sales
of New York and Vermont dairies haw been at
37 to 10 for good and choice, and 30 to 35c for
common ai. (I fair. Canada and Western is firm
at 2S lo 35c, as to oiiahty. Cheese is vey linn,
and has been in (icniard at full prices. The
sales have been at 10 to 15c lor larmers dairies,
and 15 to Kifor factory.
Ji'j)i(l)ieaii Cuiieit i.
The Republican Voters of the Town
of St. Albans are requested to meet at
the Court House on Monday, the 10th
inst., at 7 o'clock p.m., for the purpose
of electing six Delegates and six Alter
nates to tlie District Convention to be
held at Slowe on the 12th inst.
RltAWiKV Uaklow, 1
.Iijn:s Saxk, Town
EnwAiin A. Smith, J Com.
A I V
V I 1
l'OH .IU1KI1J OK I'KOIlATi: '.
U O is AV . IIAI L
of St. Albans.
i'oh statk's attokxhy :
LARD FA RUING TON
of St. Albans.
riUlK 1'ltOGH.VMMFi will consist of a great
JL variety of tho best selections, including
SOLOS, DUETTS, ku.
The "Novel Wood nnd Straw Instrument" and
"Senla'M HiishIiui Piano" will bo tho great at
tractions of the evening.
Tickets 75 eenti. Itescrved seats JI.OO.
- For sale at K. II. (Huntington's Jowclrv
Monday, Aug. 3, 1803. dl
For the Wniwnt Transcript.
THE RUTLAND CONVENTION,
GEN. GRANT AT ST.
Fire at Cincinnati,
A LOT, containing fine Aero nf ground with
a new hou-e, barn and sheds, within a
few moments walk of the Village of Ht. Albans,
will he sold on reasonable tcrniM.
A good garden on tho premises will also lie
sold on reasonable tonus, and if so sold, posses
sion will bo givtn iniiuediatelv.
l-'or particulars impiiro at iho Trtut script Of
New Auction, Commission,
.1 A M li S P. P l(
A C Ii
l'OH IIKIll IlAIl.Tl'l-' I
.1 II L I U S 11 A L U li
House and Lot lor Sale.
V ltr.Sll)KNCK, corner of Thomas and
England Streets, l'lie best place for the
iisKed, in this citv. Terms casv.
(1. W. Mcl'.OWAN.
St. Albans, Aug. 5, lSliS. 7l!-12d
access, and very
lioonis or olllecs.
College Uoonis : imsscssion
lht. Three lioo'ns oasv of
pleasant situation for Clul
St. Albans, Aug. !!, IMS.
ST 0E E
HUE Undersigned hi'S opened an auction nnd
1. (jomnnsHioii Mtorc
COLORED STATE CONVENTION
1) It 1 S C 0 L L
N K W ISu i) (J K
SAVE YOUE MONEY
1Y buying the new Patent Plated Spoons and
) Forks. Warranted to wear epial lo the
best Treble Plato at very much less price. Call
and n e them at Huntington's, west side Main
J of the knife,
sent free of eharj
or caustic burning. Circulars
Drs. 1JA11COCK .V SON,
(i ran I IkIi- County Republican
Von rent ion.
The Union Republican voters of
Grand Isle County are requested to meet
at the Court House in North Hero on
Saturday, August 15. 1S0S, at 11 o'clock,
A. Ai., to nominate a Senator and
County Ollicers for the year ensuing.
il! IL RhynoijIjs, )
.1. 11. CiiAMUKHiit.v, Committee.
.1. M. Hawhica.v, I
DISSOLUTION The copartnership hereto
fore existing under the .lamo of Wvniaii .V
Huntington is by mutual concnt this dayd'
Milvccl. All accounts with said firm must be
settled immediately. Either pal tner i.- author
ized to receipt for the same.
OHAltLEH W Y.MAN,
E. II. ilUNTTNOTON.
St. Aipans, Eeb. 10th, IMS.
Tho watch and jewelry business in all it bran
ches will be continued, with promptness, and in
a woi l;maiilil;e manner as neretotoie, oy
O Ar L A AT F. H T Ii J J 13 T .
Where may be found a largo Stock of Hoods
of all (loscritions
Prints, Uelaimm, Crockery Plated (loods, (llasa
Warc, &c, which will be sold 20 per emit, lower
than at other establishments in town.
Table Linens, Counter Panes and Diaper
Wire ail purchased at. Stew art's in New York.
Auction sales every Tuesdav and Saturday
All kinds of household goods will be bought,
or taken f'irsalc on coniniissioii.
51d.twtf ' Julyl5.
11IUXKS OP ALL KINDS : TltAYELLINO
li.ig.-i of all Kinds, at
VM. N. SMITH .V CO'S-
At St. Albans Day, Aug. 5th. Emma J.. wife 1
of It. A. Conger, aged 21 years and 8 months.
Funeral Friday, at 1 o'clock V. JI. at tlio M.
Iu llakerslleld, on tlio morning of Aug. 5th, I
Mrs. Emily Mooro wifo of Itov. H J. Jlooro, and
daughtor of Hen. H. 11. Huzcltino, nged 15 yours.
Franklin County Ciiiirenfioit.
Tlie Democrats and , Conservatives of
j rauKiiu uounty are requested 10 nicer
iu Convention, at Fairfield, Thursday,
August Hith, 1808, at 11 o'clock, a.m., to
nominate candidates for State Senators
and County Ollicers for tlie ensuing
year. A full attendance is requested.
P. G. Sicix.vkh, ) f .......
E. C. Wallace, S "l "V,Uf,(,
.1. 11. STLTFI'LlJliKAX, J '""lt.
Third Vonuressionttl District.
Itcpitblleun (nlon District Convention.
A Republican Union Convention, for
llicTliim Congressional District ol Ver
mont, will be held at Stowc, on Wed
nesdav, the 12th day of August next, at
11 o'clock a. 111., lortne purpose ol nom
inating a candidate for Representative
to Congress, to he supported by the Re
publican freemen of the District at the
election of tlie first Tuesday of Septem
ber nest, and one elector of President
and Vice President, to bo supported by
the freemen of the District at tlie elec
tion on tlie first Tuesday in November
The Republican Union voters of this
Congressional District are invited to be
represented in the Convention by their
delegates to be chooscn upon the basis
of one delegate from each town and 1111
additional delegate for every hundred
and every fraction of one hundred
larger than fifty votes cast for the Re
publican candidate for Governor at tlio
last State Election.
Tho delegates of the several towns in
! the District will be chosen at primary
l meetings to be called by the Ilopiibll
1 can Union Committees of tho rcspec-
tivo towns, and must be provided with
t proper credentials signed by the secre
taries of said meetings.
I C. G. WllELLEH.
.1. P. Sautlk, District
II. S. ltovc'H, y Committee.
J. T. ALLEN,
C. E. Bhnton.
Burlington, July -2,
. LL persons indebted lo the lalelirin ot Sco
L Held it Vincent will lileano settle their ac
counts with me at the old stand, on or before
the 25th Julv.
Tirenty-jfre 1 cars Practice
In the T1v.1tmc.11t of Discai-os incident to Fe
males, has placed lr. Dow at the head of all the
physician making such practice a specialty, and
enables him to guarantee a speedy and perman
ent euro in thu worst cases of Si'ijijin sn'on and
all other Mviibti tiitl Drraiitjvmeuts, from irlmt
vrvi' must'. All letters for advice must contain
H. OtHce, No. 0 I'.ndicott Street, lloston.
X. 11. lioaid furnished to those desiring to re
main under treatment.
Huston, Julv, lsiis. 220 lvnUw.
Mr. F. L. Cioodspccd's New House
(linn tiprurgs, is now ready lor
tho reception of
Dr.sini:s admiration. To hi' adiniied, they
111 it t possess lleauty and Intelligence.
Most every one has intollig( nee, and
.aXiXi B3 BEiUTTIFlTL
P.v using the PAPIIIAK LOTIA.V, the latest
and most wonderful of all the cosmetics. I!y its
use all mollis and freckles arc removed, the skin
heroines clean end traiispaient and tho chcok
roseate with the hue of youth. The P.iphian
l.ulKHi can lie louuil at
THE PEOPLE'S DRUGSTORE!
And also a mint complete assortment of all toi
let aitL'lcM. The new and fragrant Klor lr
.I3u 5 o, and the delicious wood Vlolvt. and all
other choice mid fragrant perfumes.
Pull and Powder lioxes, Colognes, Toilet Soaps,
Teeth washes and Powders. Brushes: such as
.Hair, Troth, Nail, Infant, Ac., Ac.
( all nnd see the beautiful necessities and lux.
urics for the toilet even if you do not nish tobnv
As full a ntoek of pure IJciii; as can bo found in
the State of Vermont, together with liesinoids,
Fluid Extracts, and
Phvsicians or domestic
pine and of Hist iiualilv. This stole will be 1111
(Unsold by 1101111 iu St. Albaiir
Extracts, and all articles reipiired iu a
Trusses, Shoulder Unices, Supporters, .tu.,
and every thing kept in a well regulated
S. R. DAY, AG-ENT.
St. Albans. Vt. June. 18(18.
S M 1 T II
)APF.lt and Linen
Cull's, a largo assort nient,
WM. N. KEITH .t CO'S.
rpVO Houses 011 Messenger Stieet. For fur
1 Iher particulars einpiiio of Samuel Stebbins,
on the pii-mircs
G. B. SMITH,
ltctail Dealer iu.
EMS, (3.&FS, U FimS,
Jluffalo and Fancy .Shigli liobes, Fur Overcoats,
Ladies' Dress Furs, Fiirand buck Gloves
Mittens, Valises, Umbrellas, Trav
eling Hags, Trunks, e,, ,cc.
South Ainiu Street, St. AI .tins, Vt.
REN OVA TO R
A sfUK Cl'Itl: l'OH
Scrofula, Ervsinchu, Tumor. Salt flheuni
Fever SoiVM, Scald Head, White Swellings,
Huatt Disease, Ulcerations of the
Lungs and Liver, and all Ulcer
mis, Cutaneous, and Can
cerous Allections, and
from an inju
Persor.s iifllictcd with the above diseases and
having uo confidence iu the cOicaey of thi
medicine., can make an airangeiuent with tho
" To be Cured or NO PAY !" i th0 mm,,,.,jrerH
.Rutland, August (!.
The Convention re-asscinblcil at hulf
piist nine o'clock this morning. After
preliminary business, the Convention
proceeded to ballot. The votes for Wil
lard steadily Increasing. Twentieth
ballot stood for Willard Uo, Veazey 08,
Woodbridgc U!), Kellogg 2. At the close
of the twentieth ballot l'ark, Miner and
other Veazey men nominated Hon. C
"Willard and urged all Veazev men
to Hiipport him. 21st Ballot stood, Wil-
lare 102, Veazev (i. "Wood b rid ire 20. Voto
for Willard was made unanimous amid
loud and continued annlause. P. P.
Pitkin, Chas M. Bliss, Henry Lane and
W. C. Btinton, were nominated for dis
trict commit lee. Col. Geo. A. Merrill.
unanimously nominated District elector
:.( 12 o'clock, the convention n.d-
St. Louis, Mo., 0.
Cicn. Grant was serenaded here last
night. There was a long torchlight pro
cession although no public notice of it
New Yonic, G
Two mild cholera cases at Westches
ter. Gen. Halpinc's funeral Saturday
next. Secretary Welles will visit Bos
ton and Portsmouth next week. The
Workinginen's Union last night resolv
ed to hold a mass meeting of working-
men in aid of the bricklayers at Cooper
Institute, next Wednesday evening.
The Conservative Bepublicans of Mem
phis are signing a petition to the Legis
lature not to call out the militia.
Cloudy and cool.
The Tennessee House of Representa
tives yesterday, by vote of 54 to 14 in
definitely postponed the consideration
of fhe sufl'ragc question.
fire broke out this morning at tho
stern of the steamer Delaware, moored
at the dry docks, and spread rapidly
over the wholoboal, and communicated
to the Potomac lying at her .side. Tho
two boats were soon wrapped in flames.
A gang of men endeavored to save the
Potomac, boarded her and cut her loose.
She was unmanageable, however, and
in a few minutes time drifted down to
the steamers Ezra Pooler and Pine
Grove. The four steamers and several
barges were burned to the water's edge.
The Colored Harder State Convention,
which lias been in session at llaltlmore,
adjourned lust night. Arrangements
were made for an organization of tlio
colored people in the Southern States,
with a view lo ultimately express their
political rights and for holding another
convention of colored men in Washing
ton, the .Id Wednesday In January.
Resolutions were adopted earnestly fa
voring the election ofGrnnt and Colfax,
tendering thanks to the frcedmen's Ru
rcau and entreating the people to sus
tain tlieir schools after its discontinu
ance. Mr. Seott, Clerk of the Police
Court of Raltimore was dreadfully beat
en by a party or roughs, lastevening.near
the Alms House iu that city. He called
at a bar saloon for some refreshment!!
when he was immediately set upon by
JJny Triifj-'H Vep;i(alile IlcnUng IJulnil
For it is a .Magic Ointment, and will destroy and j t-1,ns
cure Felons, Fever, t'alouie!, Krysipelas' and j curonio c
Scrotulu Soies, Ivy Poison, Ithcuin'atism, (.'roup, rccoverei
j'ipineria, 1 ills, jjurns, jiriuses .o. Aim is al
so good for jiains iu tho Hack, Side and Chest
and is a specillo for Man or P.oast.
K. It. DAY. Agent,
MMy St. Albans.
SACK Coats, in every stylu at
VM. N. .SMITH GO'S,
J call at
STYLES OF PANTS AND VEST
WM. N. SMITH & CO'S.
1.. t i..t: ..i....... ......
1 ill a.niiei'r'ia, jiiiiuiin . , nil I mini i, t-.ri i vm -no, i
I Diarrhea mid Dysentery IT HAS NO EQUAL, i to the
! curing the Diseases ipuclily with a low doses,
I by removing nil irritating secretions and inllam
I niatorv tendencies, and giving tho stomach and
! bowels a nafural, healthy tone.
This medicine has been used over 1 1 years,
vet it is unknown 111 many parts of the State
from the. fact that it has never been advertised.
I The Proprietor never intended making it for
I general use, but at tho urgent reipiest of Phywi-
, I . .1 I ...I..... i.. . -.....
WHO 1UIU Widened lis emei .11 ru.uiv-
isos. and triends and others who have
d bv itw ti"o from diseases that atipenred
Ihopclchs, he will now furnish it to Druggists
! and Dealers tliroughout the State.
1 A Circular containing certificates of tho
' most remarkabio cures ever elVectcd, from Phy
1 sicians, Ministers and others of the highest
standing in the dillerunt towns where used, will
1 lie furnished by dealers mix, or by addressing
Solo Manufacturer mid Proprietor,
1 ilmdw227 l'ast (Icorgia, Vormont,
Yamoutli's olllclal requisition
President for forces with which
to secure peace in Louisiana was pre
sented yesterday. The Gov. enclosed
vaiious letters from citizens and State
Ollicers, setting forth the horrible out
rages that are dally being perpetrated in
portions of the State. Ho says that 'in
many parishes there exists no protec
tion for the citizens in the courts, that
men are shot down in tlie roads and at
their homes without any steps being
taken to bring ofl'enders to justice.
Gold opened this morning at 14!) ad
vanced to 150, now 149.
)ANTS and Vest, all kinds, at
WM. N. SMITH li CO'S.
ATrf FOU HOYS ;
CAPS FOH HOYS AT
WM. N. SMITH .V COS.
A Superior article of Graham Flour, for sale
at tho store of HAltNES & C ltOWLEY,
SHAKESFE1U3 Collaru, of all kinds at
WM. N. SMITH .V CO'S.
YOUTHS Clothing of all kinds at
M N, SMITH ACQ'S.