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VETOIONT DAILY Til ANSCRT PT, AUGUST 1-4-, 1868.
rcrmont Daily Transcript.
ST. ALBANS, VT. :
FRIDAY, AUOL'ST 14, IMS.
Aiiiiiv.u, or I'AssrsoKn tiuins.
.Vmn ilm South mill East. fi.lS n. m., 10,50 n.tn
'.'.i n. in.. 8.1.(1 n. in.
Fiom IIousc'h Point and West, 5,50 a. in., 11,
.0 n in. 7 !." p. i.
From Moiitru.il, 11 15 :i. in., 7 111 p. in.
Din'AUTfltr. Ill1 l'AHSK.Vlll'.U TllAINH.
I'm- the .South and Kant, (120 a.m., 12 00 m.
Illl p. 111.
riu- Burlington connecting with Lake Boats
For House h Point anil West, uu. a. in. n m
. in. 7 10 n. m.
Tor Montreal, fi 10 n. m G 33 p. in.
DAILY AUMVAL or STAGER AT ST. AU1AXS,
From Sweetaburgh and Franklin, 700 p
From Itiehford ami .Sheldon, 500 p. in.
From Sheldon, 10 00 a. in.
From Dakcrslleld, 11 00 a. in.
lAILV UUl'AHTl'ni; 111 NT.ol.M nio.'l si. ai.iu.-ns.
For Franklin mid Sweotshnrgh, 7 !10a. tu.
For Sheldon and Itiehford, 8 !10 a. m.
For Sheldon, 2 00 p. m.
For Bakcrsliild. 1 00 n. m.
i..- II ... ,1... 1 KtAr.n
iflices at tho Treiiiont House.
cl.osixo of -iiii: mails.
Mails l r New York close at 5 f)0 . m. and 7 00
I". . ...
Mails for Boston close at fi a. m. ami n:w p.m.
Mails for Albany and the West closo at 5 CO a. in
Malls for Canada close at 5 1 0 a.m.
Hoiillurn and Northern way mail close at 5 0(1
IMIK . M. C A. niietH every Monday evening
at their rooms over Win. N. Smith's Store,
ain Street. ,
Chamiilain Chapter No. 1. It. A. M. meets the
third Wednesday evening in each moiitli, at
. .1 . ...I t .... . 1.1 ,. ,t..l.. L'l
IK ir nan in v necicr s oiock, jiihii nuri-i.
Columbus Council No. 1, 11. .V h. AI. meets the
second Wednesday evening in cacu mum.., ...
(hi ir hall in Wheeler's Illoek.
lrankhn Lodge No. I. F. .V A. M., meets the
first Wednesday i veiling in each month at their
hall m I nion illoek. Main Street.
Knglcsbv Lodge No. 81 1'. .V A. Jl. meets tnc
fourth Wednesday evening ill each niontli, .U
their hall in Union liloek. Main Stieet.
Crystal Fountain, Temple of Honor No. 1 meets
every Tuesdav evening at their Hall in llirues
Illoek, Lake Street.
St. Albans Lodge An 1. U. ol u. T. meets
evirv l ridav evening at llieir nail in names
Rising Sim 1,0 Igo M'.. H 1. U. oi it. i . nieeis
ever v Sattivdav evening, ai M. .uuaiis naj.
St. John the Ilantlst Uelievolent Society (la-
nadian) meets on the first and third Wednesday
i vi ning of each month at their hall over K. 11 .
To Advertiser.. -The VlUtJIoNT Daily TltANS-
i nii'T has the largest eireulation in St. Albans
and m Franklin County, of any daily paper, and
is on that account, if no other, the best medium
Uninteresting matter, original or se
lected, may always bo found on the fust
Ocii Daily. Those wishing to secure
copies of our daily paper can do so at
Merrifield's and Baker's bookstores, as
well as of carriers, and utthooHice.
Copies of our weekly paper may also bo
had at these places.
Rain. A copious rain storm visited
Windsor and vicinity on Sunday last,
which encouraged farmers and late po
tatoes. Tho Chronicle says no complaint
of drought can be rcasonoly made there.
Tin: smoky but pleasantly written
campaign song on another page is from
tho pen of L. Bigclow, Esq.. of the Bur
lington Times. "Without professing to
bo a poet, and while keeping tho fact
that ho is one in the obscure back
ground,Mr. Bigclow hits woven some of
tho most exquisite fancies into poetry
which ought to have a larger audience
than the circle of his intimate friends
Guan't-ui. This is the title of a cap
ital campaign song, published with
music by Win. A. Pond &Co., 54" &803
Broadway, N. Y., and mailed for 30
cents. It is short, pointed, and the best
thing of the kind wo have seen.
Owi Pai'Ktis. By a typographical
error, wo presume, the St. Johns AVics
claims to have been established in 1040
This surpasses the figures of our "von
orable colemporary," which made itself.
not many months since 124 years old
a real "old codger." Wo accidentally
omitted at the time to salute its senility
Tjic Rutland Jferald says tho farm
ers there fool rich at the abundant hay
crop they have gathered into their barns
Some, that usually cut from fifty
seventy-five tons of, have cut this year
one hundred tons, filling all their barns
besides stacking out largo quantities.
The corn crop promises to be much
more abundant than usual.
Mammoth Picnic The Manchester
II., Mirror says that tho Catholic
congregation of that City held a picnic
on the 11th, for which 2,400 tickets wore
sold, and at which about 2,700 people
wore present. A drunken man from
Boston appeared on the grounds, and
was immediately taken and tied to a treo
until he got sober. That is, ho was
The annual convention of Maine edi
tors was held at Bath on the 12th, tit
which an essay was delivered by Capt.
Knight of tho Portland Star and a poem
by ID. H. Elwell of tho Transcript.
Thursday forenoon the members of the
association and invited guests partook
of a " clam bnke" at New Meadows.
Franldtn Count)) Democratic Convcn
j The Democratic County Convention
mot at the Town Hall, Fairllold, at 11
o'clock a. in., on Thursday, and was
t-allcil to order liy P. O. Skinner, Chair
man of the Committee. On his motion
Gen. S. R. Hazelton.of Ilakewneld, Was
elected temporary President. The con
vention was further organized by the i
election of Rildad Paul, of St. Allmns,
and (iuy Kinsley, of Fletcher, as Vice
Presidents and A. J. Hobce, ofSwanton,
and 15. II. Wallace, of Fairfield, as Sec
retaries. On motion of .1. J. Deavitt, it was vo
ted that a Committee of three from each
town represented in tho convention be I
appointed by the several towns to pre
sent the names of candidates for Sena
tors and County ollleers.
On motion of J. .1. Deavitt, the follow
ing gentlemen were appointed a com
mittee on resolutions. .1. J. Deavitt, of
St. Albans, A. (J. Brush, of Fairfax,
. S. (lutes, of Franklin, C. II. Scott, of I jmie played a few pieces, but v.o bc
'letehcr Heve, the Rogue's March wn notamong
On motion, the temporary organiza
tion of tho convention was made per
manent. The Convention then resolved it'-olf
into town committees, and the names
of tho following gentlemen wore soon
after presented as the committee on
Bakor.-(ield .1. F. Brigham, John
Sennot, II. ,1. Armington.
Knosburgh O. "Woodward, .1. N,
Fletcher Charles A. Scott, 15. Hailey,
Fairfax A. (i. Hrush, S. II. Hunt, P.
Fairlleid-J. W. Mclntyre. .1. O.
Craniton, .Jonathan Sherwood.
Franklin .lames Randall, P. S. (intes
Georgia P. Ryan, Abraham Minor,
Highgatc A. P. Herriek, Sanford
Sanderson, Calvin Drury.
Swanton S. S. Greene, W. II. Pell,
Sheldon N. G. Martin, John Good-
sell, J. II. Stultlobean.
St. Albans J. J. Deavitt, 15. G.
Greene, Hiram B. Soule.
Notice was given that the nominating
committee would meet at 1 0 clock.
. , ., ....,
rue convention men mijuiiiiiuu .......
half past one o'clock
The Convention met according to
adjournment. H. B. Smith being call
ed on, addressed tho convention at con-
idorable length. Ho said he was hon
est in his political convictions, and lie
was willing to accord the same honesty
to tho masses of those who were opposed
to him politically. Ho, however, spoke
in emphatic language against radical
rule, saying that a change in tlte ad
ministration was demanded by the peo
ple. The people of the South were
praised, the Republicans accused oi
bringing on a war that might have
been prevented, and the "radical" Con
gress abused without stint. Ho review
ed tho political lives of tho Presidential
candidates, and of course attempted
to make out that Gen. Grant was unfit
ted by education to occupy the AA7hite
House, while Seymour was the man
who would bring "peace" to our "dis
tracted country." AA'e do not protend
to give a report of Mr. Smith's speech,
but only mention its leading topics.
The speech was free from the personali
ties that marked the speecli ot Mr. At
kins, and was attentively listened to.
Vt the conclusion of Mr. Smith's
speech tho committco on nominations
reported as follows :
Senators Victor Atwood, . bt. Albans,
James G. Powell, Richford, A.G. Brush
Assistant Judges O. L. Kelton,
Montgomery, E. O. Saflord, Fletcher.
State's Attorney F. M. Mclntyre,
Judge of Probate J. II. Stulllebean,
Sheriff F. N. Johnson, Highgatc.
High Bailiff M. ID. Fish, Sheldon
County Commute ir. B, Soule, St.
Albansll. J. Armington, Bakcrsficld,
N. G. Martin, Sheldon,.!. O. Craniton,
Fairfield, C. Drury, Highgate.
The committco on resolutions report
ed the following which were accepted
Ttexnlmul. That we cordially approve
the nominations made for President and
A7ice President, and the platform of
principles adopted, by the Democratic
National Convention, recently held in
Jtcsoleal, That we will zealously
support the candidates nominated at
Montpelior, on the 17th ult., for Gover
nor. Lieutenant Governor, and Treas
urer, and also the 'licket this day
selected for County ollleers and Sena
tors. llcsolvcd. That the election of Sey
mour and Blair will restore peace and
prosperity to our now distracted country,
give credit to our National Government
nt. linnif. mid nhro: id. and nromoto alike
the interest of tho bondholder and the
Jicsolvcd, That if, by the perfidy of
our infamous Congress, the voice of the
nomiln cnilRtltutionallV CXm'CFPCd, Shall
Oo ihwartod. or resisted, we need no
prophet to foretell the result,
"Let us have peace."
The convention was further addressed
by Hiram Atkins, editor of the Mont
pelicr Argus, and Thomas McGcnuis, of
Jericho. Mr. Atkins paid his respects
principally to Gen. Granl and Hon,
Bradley Barlow. Ho said that Gen.
Grant was n notorious drunkard, and
of course argued that he was in no wise
lilted for the Presidency. He could not
say too much against " Brad. Harlow,'
who was called all manner of hard ,
names, no nrgeu nis Democrat ic n car
ols to vote for Victor At wood, as ho was
an out and out Democrat, lie alluded
to the fact that Mr. At wood alone of tho
twenty-nine Senators. liwt fall, voted
against tho joint rc-'olutton approving
the action of Congress relative to re-eon -Kt
met Ion, which ha been published In
the Transcript. For this noble act, if
no other, Mr. At wood was entitled to
the hearty support of every Democrat in
The speech of Mr. McCicnnis was
i untt'iliwl fiiwi ('111111 iiliwiitlfiniilili linrsnn
' ' "
I feet on his hearers who applauded him.
Tho convention was quite largely at
tended and the "untorrillod" seemed to j
eniov themselves hugely. About the
time they were taking their departure
for their several home- a band of martial
A "G real While I loron ' ' was shot J uly
,'il near the mouth of We.il Bivor, Vt.,
by Henry W. Pettos. Its plumage was
snowy white and exceedingly beautiful.
This is probably tho first bird of its kind
that was ever seen in Vermont, though
Audubon says it has been seen as lar
east as Massachusetts.
I jAmoilm: Coiwty Convention. At
the Lamoille County Rvpublican Con
vention held at Hyilepark yesterday.
Hon. George W. llondco of Morrisvil'le
was nominated foi a third term. Mr.
Hendco's competitors were II. II. Pow
ers of Morrisville, and Asa R. Camp, of
Stowe. The convention was tho largest
Mass Convention ever held In thoCoun
ty save the famous District Convention
of 18(50. Mr. llondco owes his re-nomination
doubtless to hisablo and cllleient
services for the Lamoille Valley Bail
Tin: U. S. Colmit. TlieU. W. Circuit,
and also the District Court at Windsor,
adjourned on Wodno.-day morning 12th,
after a session of fourteen days. Sever
al important cases weic tried, requiring
tho presence of some of the mot emi
nent legal counsel of tho country.
Judge B. R.Curtisaui! ID. W. Stotigh
ton Esq., of New York, Hon. T. A.
Jcnckes, M. C. of B. I., Hon. Truman
Smith of Ct., and other distinguished
irentlcmen from abroad, and our own
Slate, appeared in cases on tiial.
On Ffidav morning tho 7
Jury came in, with thirty-two addition
al bills, which Hon. Hiruni Harlow the
i'orenian, passed to too uourt, maicing
in all, forty-four presented this term.
Most of these indictments, relate to vio
lation of the Revenue laws. After this
copious delivery, the Jury wore dis
TO BEAUTIFY AND DRIDSS Til ID
HAIR, AND BIDSTORE it to Us nat
ural color, and impart mat iicaiiiuui
gloss, odor, etc., uce Mrs. S. A Alu:ns
JMi'itoviM) (ncwstyfc) iiAiit hkstohi:k
or JJiticssiNG, (in one oolite.) livery
Druggist sells it. Price One Dollar.
Sorness of the lleslu tenderness of the
scalp, arc cured by usipg Renno's Pain-
Killing Alaglo Uil. Tins ts excellent
also for sore throat, pain in the joints,
and people say " It works likea cliarni."
At her icsidence, Mrs. Hannah Webber,
In Alburgh, August 11, Freddie L. Sonic.-,,
son of S. .1. Smiles, late of St. Albans, aged 17
ve.ivs nuil C months. Funeral at AlbuiL'h. oil
Mondav at 2 p.m.
:, , . ALLANS jfAWKKT- .Viij;Ht l.J, ISO
2 75 di
11 m at
:i 2.1 ftfi
15 CO (si
0 uo (a
;10 0 k(.
1 1 ass, per bushel,
.ii;rri:i:, per lb., , . .
i iii.i.m:, "
I "niiN, per bushel,
1 uii Mi.ai., per cwt
I .oris, per doz.,
Fi.oi n, superliiie,
' doiililo uxtra, . . .
. 1 A-r, ;., 1 o, por btifliel,
II i.e. U.n,
Laud, it ib
Oats, ei uuisi.e.,
Potatoes, per bushel. ..
,, Turk's Island, . . .
Wool, per lb.,
Woon per cord,
1 2 00
I I 00
UOS'lOX .1I.VUKKT.Aiif;. .si III.
Klnur.- The market has sustained a lull
i nin'c of nriees lur common extias and tumily
brands, lint nil medium a rat eh continue, dull ;
receipts light for the season, and wheat rules so
ll I'll thruuirhout the Went, supplies of Flour me
likelv to be small for sonm weeks to conic,
The cron mospecth i not so l.ivoralilc as pre
viously noticed, the yu Id of wheat tailing short
oi expectations at neany an pomis wneio nui
vest oner.itions hr.ve been completed. The
sales have been at HO.) to 1) 00 for Western su
iH iline : 11 00 to 10 2." for common extras ; 10 50
to 12 00 for medium extras and bal.ers' brands,
and Ohio. Indiana and Michigan white wheat
lii Mii.lsnt 12 to I!) 50 1i lib .
(i ml 11. Corn has been gradually lending
upward the past week, and piiees have fuither
advanced. The sales of Southern and Western
vellow range f 10111 1 !!0 to I :)5, the latter price
tor prime old ; and V4Jrn mixed 1 2.i to 1 27
1 ( biioh. OatH are dull and have been in modcr
ate demand, with sales at 00 to 01c II bin-h for
Western, a lot of 1000 biiih new Missouri sold
nl ,. , n,,il Cnnuchi is dull at SO to H.)0 1 ' bush
I'rovlsioiitf. l'ork is lirm with a simi.l stuck
mid a hteadv demand. Tho sales have hern con-
tlm .1 lo small lots at 2.1 50 for extra linmo 20 tor
im ss, and :10 to M for clear. Deef is dull and
Miilcx limited. Wo ouote common nua at 10 to
15 : cood mess at 18 to 21 ; extra mem at 22 to
21 ; and family extra at 21 to 2(1 i bbl. Lard
has become rather dull, with sales of steam and
kettle, rendored at 18 to lBje J It.. Smoked
hauls have been in fair demand at 171 to l'Je for
Western and boston, and 21 to 22 lor fancy.
PrortiicT, The market for llutter has ead
otl'a little from the extreme prices of last week.
Tho nalcn of and Nc York and Vermont dairies
havd been at 30 to USe for good and choice, and
30 to 33 11. for common and fair. Canada and
Western are ipiict and have been selling in
Hinall lots at 25 to 33c i U. Cheese, is firm with
r good export demand. Hales at 10 to lBo for
ftirmers' ualrius, and 15 to 10 for factory.
U L Y S S E S S, (j E A N T ,
I'oit via: i'Hi:sii)UXT
O H K B PAGE
l'Ul! I.IKCT. (lOVKltNOlt:
of West Fairleo.
l'Oll TltllAsjl'lUMi :
JOHN A . P AGE,
ron m.Kcroits at i.aiioi::
OHO. W. GBANDEY, of Vergennes,
II. FAIRBANKS, of St. .Tohnsbury.
WORTH INGTON C. SMITH,
of St. Albans.
Iti'HtOticitn Voniitu Nominations.
B B A H L ID Y B A B L 0 W ,
of St. Allmns,
H ID N B Y A . B U B 'V ,
WILLIAM R. HUTCHINSON,
FOR ASSISTANT .H'lKlIW :
W A L T ID R C. S T ID V ID N S,
J O H N K. W II I TN ID Y ,
i'oit .lunai; of imioiiati:
M Y B O Is AV . 15 A I L
of St. Albans.
I'OIt STATK'S ATTOltNKV :
W I Ti Ji A R D F A R R I N G T O N ,
of St. Albans.
J A M ID S P. P I. A
FOlt HIGH HA1MFF :
J U L I LT S II A L B ID R 'V
VfOriCF. is hereby given that application will
Ll be made to the general at-scmbly of the
Slate of Vermont at its next Annual Session for
an act to incorporate a Ferry Company to be
called by the name of the St. Albans," Pl.itts
Imrgli, and Grand Islu Ferry Company, for the
purpose of establishing a Stiam Ferry lietwi i n
St. Albans in the County of Franklin. 'Vermont,
and rlatlsburgh, m Clinton, New York, with
intermediate stopping places at the Island- 111
A. (). IiUAINF.m).
St. Albans, August 13, 18fiH. 22'J-tt'
JmIOM tiie pasture of the subscriber, two
miles South of St. Albans, on Wednewlav
night, August 12th. a Sorrel Mare, medium size.
abm.t 12 years old. in good condition, and sound
except a touch of heaven. Anv one giving in-
lormatron wiiieit w(llli.a.i to (ier recoveiy, or
who will return her to me, will be hberall'v re
1. T. DAVIS.
St. Albans, August 13, 180S. 220-d3t
House and Lot for Sale.
ftrY r.KSIPKXCL, corner of Thomas and
L?JL Lngland Streets. The best place for the
price asued, 111 tins citv.
II, W. MoUOWAN.
H. Allmns, Aug. 5, ISf.H.
rtOM.MKHCIAL College lioonis ; possession
J given Sept., 1st. Three Itooms easv of
access, and very pleasant situation for Club
Itooms or ollices.
St. Albans, Aug. 3, lHliH. d70tf
VMTER POWER FOR SALE,
oilers for sale
nati:u l'owr.n on l'ik
and Three Acres of Land.
Also, a two-Blory house, out-buildings, A-e.
Also, a Farm of 110 Acres, with good buildings.
This properly is situated at IScdford. 1". (...
within two miles of Stanbiidsro Station, and iH
one of the best points for business in the dis
For particulars iimuiri) at the TiiANneniprOf-
lice, or of the pioprictor on tin. premises.
.N. S. IH.OW.N.
Dedford, P. .. Aug., 1, 1808. 228-lhv
LOTK1UA DL LA IHLA DK CU11A. -
Ji In the drawine
s for 1808 there w ill hi- 2(1. -
$090,000 IXT GOLD,
Jtrtaru Once In Vi-fiiii';i )ayt.
l'rizea paid in Gold. l'i izes cashed and infor
mation given bv
Main St., l'rovidence. It. I.
FOR CITE DOLLAR !
TV. KULD DltlJSS PATl'ICItNS, l'ANT l'at-
tcrim, Webs, Cotton Cloth, Shawls, Car
petingH, Sheetings, Dry and Fancy Goods, Ac,
,Ve. Ci renin is Sen i.'rcc, giving full particu
lars; or Tvi five e lm '.in M-nt for One Dollar,
doi-cribing twelve dillereut articl. s which we will
sell for One Uolltir Koeli.
itA' Ladies and gentlemen .anted us Ayunts,
to whom the most libiral inducements aio oiler
ud, and siitisfuetioii guaranteed ill all eases.
('HAS. LKTTS ,t CO.,
Mctitujttrlm cr."' Agritt.i,
(11 A C,C. FKOMKAl. ST11EKT,
Swanton FallsMarble Works !
The undersigned leaving purchased the Large
And hnniuosn of the late Joit 1'r.KitY. and having
iiuproed facilities for carryiiig on tho business
by water power, would announce to the public
thai he will till all outers for
Grave Stones, CounliT and Table Tops, Cemetry
Posts, Window Caps and Hills, with promptness
and at low rates. It. LKSTEU ilAltNL'Y.
Swanton, Vt., .lime. 1808. 221-2m
17U)lt SALL. A pleasantly located resilience
. in St. Albans, with 0110 or two acres of
land, as may bo desired, Twolvo good rooms,
culler, cintern, excellent well of water, house
111111 oaiii neany now. .11mu, lieur, 11111111, aim
cherry trees, partly in bearing, of best varieties,
Also grapo vines, etc. Iho cheapest place, in
TO LACK DBKSR SUITS OF F.VI3BY KIND AT
JJ WM. N. SMITH & CQ'8
DISSOLUTION--Tim copartnership hereto
foro existing under tho name of Wvniitn ti
I Huntington In by mutual eonoiit this day tils.
'solvdl. All U'counts Willi wild linn must In,
, , E. 11. HUNTINGTON.
I St. Alpans, Leh. 10th, 18(18.
I The wnt eli and jewelry business In all it bran
1 fhe will be continued, with piomptiiess, and in
I a workmanlike maimer as heretofore, by , .
W 1 .MAN.
SAVE Y0U11 MONEY
1)Y buying the new Patent Plated Spoons and
y Folks. Warranted to wear eipial to the
best Treble l'lato at very much less price. Call
them at Huntington's, vest side Main
WPIKUKAS "' "'". Mnl'.' birney, has left
my bed and boaid without hut cause
or provocation, thin is to give notice that I shall
pay no debts of her contracting after this date.
St. Albans, August (1, t8C3. 228-:iv
4 LOT. eoiitainliiL' dim Ami of m-mnul ullli
iA. 11 new hou-e, barn and sheds, within a
few moment walk of the Villane of St. Albans.
will lie sold on reasonable terms.
A good gaiden on the premises will also he
sold on reasonable terms, and if so Kohl, posses
sion will be givui immediately.
l or particulars impure at the 7rtnrriit Oi
New Auction, Commission ,
riMIK Uudcrsigiied has opened an auction and
J. oiuinission siore
1) K 1 S CO L 1 N KW liiiiX! 1C
ant jjjj t.
When' inn v bo found a largi
Stock of Goods
of all desci ilio:ia
Prints, llelaines, Crockery Plated Goods, Glass
Ware, Ae., whluh will be sold 20 per cent, lower
than at other establishments in town.
Table. Linens, Counter 1'auoH and Diaper
vt ire an purcnaseu at htewart s 111 isow uwk.
Auction sales every Tuesday and Saturday
All kinds of household goods will bo bought,
or lai.en lor saie on commission.
7 i:sim:s admiration. To lie admired, thev
Jl must possess Ueauty and Inte.li;
111 u s t possess lleautv and
Alo.t every one has intelligence, and
l!y using the PAPIHAX I.OT1AX, the latest
and most wonderful of all the cosmetics, ilv its
use all moths and freckles are removed, tho skin
becomes cleiin and transparent, and tho cheek
roseate with the huo of youth. The l'aphian
Lotion can lie louu.l at
THE PEOPLE'S DRUGSTORE!
And also a most complete assortment of all toi
let ai tides. The new and fragrant I'Mor ile
Jlii j o, and the delicious wood Violet, nnd all
other choice and tragr.mt perfumes.
IIAXH DRESSINGS AND DYES
1'iilVand Powder linxos, Colognes, Toilet Soaps
T.-eth washes and l'owders. Ilrushes: such as
Hair, Teeth, Nail, Infant, .Ve., Ac.
Call and see the beautiful necessities and lux
urics fortlio toilet even if you do not wish to buy
As full a itoek of pure Urujjs as can bo found in
tnc state oi Vermont, together vita ilosiiioiu.s.
1'ltiid Lxtracts, and all articles required m
rmsiciaiis or domestte practice. Warrante.
pure and of liret quality. This stole will be 1111
dcrsold by none in St. Albans.
Trusses, Shoulder Uraees, Supporters, Ac.,
and every thing kejit 111 a well regulated
B. DAY, AGENT.
St. Albans, Vt. June. 1808.
HAT AiSTD CAP STORE
SOUTH MAIN STREET
The undersigned keeps constantly 011 hand
full supply of
HATS, CAPS, FU11H,
GIA) VES AND .l777v'XV,
GUXT'S COL LA IIS,
And an assortment of Gent's Furnishing goods
in Ids line of trade equal to any in stylo and
ex ellence 01 goods, ami at leasouame juices,
lie has everv thing in the hat line, from com
moil straw to the last style of silk hat, and can
G. 11. SMITH.
St. Albans, Vt. Mav 12, lh08. 1-d-tb
I'hftMilx .Mutual Lite liisuniuiT
OF 1IAI1TFOHI), CONN.
A favorable opportunity is presented to ener
getic and reliable business nieii who can devote
their entile time to the business, lo represent
this old. staunch, ami most successful Life Com
pany, .in unoccupied teiritory in tho State of
Vermont. The many popular features peculiar
lo the Plueiiix Mutual, and the great advantages
it oilers to the insuring public iU freedom from
restrictions on travel and occupation - its non
forfeitable policies its liberal premium system
the economy of the manag incut, audits largo
annual dnidends, render it the most prolltablo
Com any to Agents desirous of realizing a hand
some eonipeteiicv by their enterprise and ener
gy. Apply to 0. L. liAHCOCK,
State Agent Pluenix Mutual Life Ins. Co.
d(l-tf Union Illoek, llutland, Vt.
G. B. SMITH,
I.otall Dealer in.
HATS, CAPS, & FURS,
liuil'alo and Fancy Sleigh Hobes, Fur Overcoats,
Ladies' Dress Furs, Fur and Buck Olovcs
Mittens, Valises, Umbrellas, Trav
eling BagH, Trunks, Ac., Ac.
. . . . , r '
Ssouth Main btreet, St. A I .mils, t. ,
CASH PAID FOR SHIPPINJ FURS.
GILBEltT B SMITH.
ALL KINDS, JUST
N. SMITH & CO'S.
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For A(i JVjdioh Transcript, 1 i .
GRAND LOVE FEAST.
A FALL OF GIRLS.
Hon. Thad. Stevens'
Almost a Riot in Washington,
LiVKiirooii, Aug. 14.
Cotton firm, but unchanged ; brcad-
slull's quiet nml unchanged.
Nkw Yoiuc, Aug. 15.
I'lie ramp-meeting nt Sing-Sing clos
ed yesterday with n great love-feast and
grand march around at midnight.
During the services a subscription
amounting to two hundred dollars was
taken up to defray the legal expenses
necessary to obtain the release of a young
girl who is said to be confined in n Ca
tholic institution because of her con
version to Methodism.
The fourth lloor of a paper-box man
ufactory on Canal St., fell yesterday in
conmiucnce of being over-weighted.
There were about 40 girls employed in
tho building at the time, and their con
sternation were great, hut. only two of
thorn was injured seriously.
Judge Ueiinoy was suddenly struck
with paralysis last night while attend
ing a meeting of the Union League
D. Applcton & Co'h book publishing
establishment was in flames this mor
While MeClurg, the Republican can
didate for Governor, was speaking yes
terday at St. Louis a Democratic flag
was unfurled before him. It was "soon
cut down when the prospects of a riot
became imminent, buta largo force being
present order was restored.
Tiie bricklayers held a meeting in
New York last night at which it was
stated iliat tho Master Masons'have re
fused to accept terms of compromise.
No disposition is shown by the brick
layers to accede to the ten hour system
demanded by the boss masons.
Izctt Kerr & Co., bankers of New
York failed to-day.
Washington, Aug. 14.
The funeral services of Thaddeus Stev
ens were held in the Rotunda of the
Capital tli is morning at 9 o'clock. The
services were conducted by Rev. E. N.
Gray, Chaplain of tho Senate, assisted
by Rev. Dr. Hamilton and Rev. B. Em
ory. Dr. Gray delivered an appropriate
address upon the life and character of
The vast Rotunda was crowded with
people. Many colored people were pres
ent and showed much emotion during
tho eulogy. The Inlciircnccr this morn
ing has a two column editorial severely
criticising the Evarts opinion on the
Rollins case. This argument that tho
Attorney Gen's views arc unsound 1b
supposed to reflect tho views of the Pre
sident and to confirm tho icports of dif
ferences between himself and his new
A riot occured here last evening be
tween a company of colored Zouaves
and n mixed crowd of whites nml blacks.
The Zouaves were parsing from George
town to the Capitol in Pennsylvania
Avenue when it is said they were at
tacked by the crowd. In tho Melee
some of the Zouaves fired into the crowd
fatally wounding one man and injuring
7"OUTIIS Clothing of all kinds at
J. M N. SMITH A CO'H.
Collars of ovcrv description at
WJL N. HM1TII A CO'S.
Oil SPItlNCi'STYLKS OF HATS AND CAPS,
WM N. SMITH & CO.
SACK Co.its, in ovcry stylo at
WM. N. SMITH A CO'.S.
CJIIAKHSl'liltK Collars, of all kinds at
O WM. N. SMITH A. COU
nitUNKK OF ALL KINDS ; TRAVELLING
L Bags of all kinds, at
WM. N. SMITH & CO'S-
ATS FOB BOYS ; frxi'S FOU BOYS AT
WM. N. SMliU iV UUS.
ITU'EBY Stylo of Frock Coata at
il ' WM. N.SMITH A CO'S.
70U SPUING STYLE OF SOFT nATS, goto
WM. N. SMITH X CUU.
AOK COATS FOR SPRING, go to
WM. N. HM1TU IA1H,