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VERMONT XXAJTL TRANSCRIPT, AXTGMTST 81, 1868.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALBANS. VT. :
Monday, August 31, 188.
liiiuvAL or l'Assr.sar.ii tiiains.
Fiom tlio Koulli anil East, 5,-13 a. in., 10,50 n.ni
0.'25 p. m., 8,0(1 li. in.
From ltoiiKo'H l'olnl mul West, 5,51) a. m., 11,
50 n. in.. 745 i. in.
From Montreal, 11 15 a. in., 7 iu p.m.
DF.rAiiTUm: or fahminuku tiiains.
For the South and Kast, 020, 8 45 a. in., 12 00
m., 8 1)0 p. ni. . . ,
1' 01" llUl'llllgtOll connecting nun i.-.u.u ihihis
8.15 n. in.
For House's Point and West, 005 a.m. 11 HU
a. in. 0:39 ). m.
For Montreal, 0 10 a. in., 0 35 p. in.
DAILY AltltlVAI, OF STAOES AT HT. AU1ANS.
From Sncotsburgh and Franklin, 7 00 p. m.
From Itlchfbnl and Sheldon, 500 p. ni.
From Shuldon, 10 00 a. m.
From Daliersfleld, 11 00 n. in.
DULY lir.l'AHTl'HK OF HTAOES KUOM hr. AUMiie.
For Franklin and Sweetsburgh, 7 30 a. in.
For Shuldon and ltichford, 8 30 a. m.
For Sheldon, 2 00 p. m.
For llal;erslicld, 1 00 p. in.
Stages call at the several hotels in town. hUgo
nllicos at the Treinont House.
ci.o.mso or Tin; mails,
Mails for Now Yoik close at 5 0!) a. ni. and 7 00
Mails for Hoston close at 5 a. in. mid 030 p.m.
Mails for Albanv and tho West close at 5 llUa.m
Mails for Canaila close at 5 ( 0 a,in.
Southern and Northeiji way mail close at 5 00
rpilM Y. M. C. A. ineetH every Monday evening
X at their rooms over Win. N. Smith's Store,
Champlain Chapter No. 1, 11. A. M. meets tho
third Wednesday evening in eaeli month, at
their hall in Whclcr's block, Main Street.
Columbus Council No. 1, U. .V S. M. meets the
second Wednesday oveninc in each mouth, .it
their hall in Wheeler's ltlock.
Franklin Lodge No. 1, F. .V A. M., meets the
ilrst Wednesday evening in each inonlll at their
hall in Lnion ltlock, Mam Street.
Ellglcsbv Lodge No. 81 F. .V A, M. meets the
fourth Wednesdav evening in eacli month, at
their hall in Union lilock. Main Street.
Crystal Fountain, Temple of Honor No, -i meets
over'v Tuesday evening at their Hall in Ihrncs
lilock, Lake. Street.
St. Albans Lodge No 32. I. O. of O. T. meets
everv Friday evening nt their Hall in Names
Mock, Lake 'Street.
ltising Sun Lodge No. 8 I. O. of Q. T. meets
everv Saturday evening, at St. Albans Hay.
St. John tho Haptist llencvolent Society (Ca
nadian) meets on the llrst and third Wednesday
evening of each month at their hall over K. H.
T AilvrrtlHi'r. Tho Vkiimont Daily Tiianh
citii'T has the largest circulation in St. Albans
and in Franklin County, of any daily paper, and
is on that account, if no other, tho best medium
Beu'-Interesting matter, original or se
lected, may always bo found on the first
Ouit Daily. Those wishing to secure
copies of our daily paper can do so at
Mcrrifield's and Baker's bookstores, as
well as of carriers, nnd nt the office.
Copies of our weekly paper may also be
had at these places.
The Rev. Dr. Van Clef, of Jersey
City, we believe, delivered a lecture to
the young men bust evening, at the Con
gregational Church. His text was
Psalms, 119:9, " Wherewith shall n
young man cleanse his way ? By tak
ing heed thereto according to thy
It is implied in the textour way needs
cleansing, and the way to do it is clear
Jy pointed out. This should bo done in
early manhood. The dangers that be
set young men in the .voyage of' life
vcte! strikingly illustrated' by abb pas
sojkeiof n boat down tlie rapicls&f.tiie St
Ilhwrcncc, whero Bafety, alone depends
upon n sure aiid competent pilot, one
aoquauiieci witn nu ino dangers nnu
..Will .i.M 4i. v.n. f , i H
iL!. VJ! r ."VI it w ; i v H ft !
tsorirmiresiire -ino ti
u res u're -tho "great
!ffWi ijcUiH tb'picv bfLwty$ifyi was
'Tho Bible, tho voiinir lrmn'H miide.H
and' this vn'K taken up tinder the follow
inrt 'bWls : ' '
'l, Tlio Bibloris an Infallible guide,
Infallible because it is the Word of
upu.j vn earnest , argument was pui
forth, for the authenticity pf the .$crip
turqp us the .Inspired Wrd of God., The
pcoofs ojC the, inspiration , of tho Mblo
were ably presented. These were in
bricf.as 'oIIowb t .
Ifturffaittlb' 1's not; true', it is n 'stUpcn
uous iraud. OJut now . could so manv
wtitosj ekteiiding'tbiou'gh 'apriod of
fifteen luiudied years, .with no possiblti
chance of collusion, all harmonize so
;beaiilifullyunlQ3s the.y wfcraikispirod'V
The internal, evidence.. of the Bible
proves its authenticity ; for things are
. tUcrcln rQYcaled of
which .ina,ne could
; linyeflOjkiy)wle4gp without Jbiratipn
The miracles, and prophecy and fulfil
ment were nlso considered,
The Bible is a (ipmprehonslvb a,hd
perfect guide. The Decalogue, tho Ser
inon oil tho Mount, and the Qplden
Itulo especially, wore cited as containing
a comprehensive and perfect guldo of
, , 3, Tho Bible is a faithful guide. It
shows us just whntiwo nro and 'what wo
'need, rind points out tlie way to nttnln
It. It faithfully warns us of the daiigersj
tpat bcsct Mr way
. The .Biblo is a pleasant guidon As
a bo,ok of literary rrit?rit, it is not surbas
sed by any booltB over written. It
abolinda' In 'wisdom, beauty, sublimity
poetry, and philosophy, and is an in
Btiructlveand entfcrtainlnir c6inriniilon.
y , ,5, fho Bible ia the only guide that
ca.it .conduct tho,Boul to Heaven.
Tho Importance of nuuldo was bcauti
fully illustrated by a French artist wan
dering in the Catacombs of Koine,
where his guiding string was his only
safety ; and the necessity of a guide
through the journey of life was present
ed if disaster and ilnal ruin would be
This lecture was well written, well
delivered, and will be productive of good
results If its timely admonitions arc
To Dkmochtic Vormts,
And My Fhiknds Gunkiialia :
I have heard a story that I have de
clined tho nomination for Sheriff, In
favor of Mr. Place, and of Mr. Soulo.
These stories nre false. T am n candi
date, and have not thought of declining
or giving up my chances or position to
any man, Independent or Republican.
1 air. entitled by my nomination, and
therefor claim (he support of my parly.
F. N. Johnson.
St. Albans Aug. !tl, 1808.
To thi: Tiiustkks or Tin: Villaci:
of St. Ai.hans : "We, the undersigned
citizens of St. Albans, sincerely believ
ing sobriety absolutely essential to tho
exercise of good judgment, would most
respectfully ask that the Hotels, Saloons
and Groceries where intoxicating bev
erages are sold (in open violation of tho
laws of this State,) situated within the
Corporation limits of the village of St.
Albans, be closed on Tuesday September
1st, A. D., 1808, the day of election In
the State of Vermont.
S. S. licdard, J. A. liedard, II. M. Stevens, C.
D. liublce, S. S. llccmau, Joseph lirainard, A.
S. Hyde. Wm. ,V 12. D. Fuller, L. I,. Dutcher .V
Sons, and twenty-nine, others.
The foregoing paper having been pre
sented to us, we cordially endorse the
object of its request.
Inasmuch as it is not within our
power, we cannot take official action up
on it, but we hope all good citizens will
be governed by these very timely sug
H. N. Uaiuikk, -Trustees
M. G. Elliot,
Clotiiinci. We presume most of our
rondel's will peruse the elcctionering
document of Messrs. Morten & Percey
in another column. If they do they
will Know wnerc lo go to vote tne
straight ticket in the clothing line
Messrs. Morten & Percey nre young men
of our town, recently started in business,
nnd deserving of ngoodpntronnge. They
keep an excellent btock of clothing, of
tho latest styles, and sell their goods
low. Without disparagement to similar
institutions in town, wc may say at tho
establishment of these gentlemen cus
tomcrs will not fail to entirely suit
themselves. It will, at least, do no harm
Geology. Messrs. Gould and Lincoln
are soon to publish a new work by tho
S. R. Hall, L.L. D
Hall, L.L. D., ofBrowing-
" Tho Alphabet of Ueolocy, or
First Lessons of Mineralogy and Geolo
gy." A little wonc on tne ucogranpy
nnd Geolosrv of Vermont, has beon. for
somo' tinie in lisc in the schools of this
State. Dr. JJnll'j3 a' great lover of his
favorllo BtUdy, Geology, nndhas collcot-'
ed sufllcint ninterinl to enable him to
dWcr 'cnblneis' of 'Vninerals',4 bf vnrious
sizes, nt very chbap rates, to nil wanting
them. Ttjaqhcxs-are,, furnished nt half
urice. uoth a cabinet aim ono of Dr
Hall's books should be in every family
or at least in every school district in
MH-OscXilABvaTdljustniadl! jPf f
ins milium UUWU III Ull! IC'HIUIU IIUIIM ui
Ernnlclin County ,ilistrlbuting hand-
, heniled ',' Atwod. vs, JBrlow,' in
li 'there la not otic wordvdf truth
from beginning to end ; and Burton
pays that "he will defeat Uarlow'p elec
tion, let it cost him what it will."
HuniiiNGTON. Hon. 'i'orrey E. Wales
was unanimously nominated for Town
Eeprescntativc at. a Republican caucus
held in Burlington on Saturday even-:
ing lust, Judge Wales is an excellent
man and a thorough-going Republican,
and his election will do great credit to
the "Queen City."
Thd pwmt and. CJ-fax Club of which
Gen, Stannard is President, will parade
In torch-light inocession in Burlington
to-night. The Hineeburgh band and
the Westford Drum Corps will bQ iu at
Riohfokd Quant CiiUiu Hon. AY.
C, Smith addressed an enthusiastic
meeting of tho "Grant and Colfax
Club," at Iti'chford on Saturday evening
Fulton. 'tAitfSRT, ,7-Jy re6piy'6(lf a
nice lot' Dried Beef. Sugar Cured Hams,
Bologna Sausage, pvfQQt 1'otatooB; to.
matoc8iP,qira, Pcoches, Water Melons
and Muslt Melons; dtf-94,
Vl Tho)lushlng beauties of a iH'odest1
maltl" arq doubly enhanced by tho
" luxuriant wcultH " of hair which' as
surely follows tho. use of "Barrett's
Veirotablo Hair1 Restorative " as that
light follows darltness. i Sd ouia
. -I liinl la Ladies.
It Is a distinguishing characteristic of
a cultivated woman to adorn and beau
tify her person. In proportion as she
becomes refined or tlcbase l, she pays
more or less regard to her personal ap
pearance. The love of admiration is, as
It ought to be, strong In every woman's
nature, and hence It is that the decora
tion of her person is always regarded as
of paramount Importance. The three
most beautiful things on earth are wo
men, children, and flowers -each equal
ly by nature pure and attractive. Wo
man knows she Is beautiful, she loves to
be admired by man ; endeavors to ren
der herself as attractive as possible, to
man's eyes, and therefore it is that she
avails herself of nil the bonelits of dress
nnd ornaments. "Woman Is gifted by
nature with great natural attraction.
Her complexion is, If not ruined by
paint and powder, fair and delicate, her
hair abundant and lustrous, and her
form the very perfection of grace and
loveliness. Woman's chief ornament is
her hair. No matter how regular the
contour of the features may be how
lustrous the eye how sweet the voice
or graceful tlie form, if the hair be not
soft, glofsy and beautiful, the chief at
traction is wanting. A lady remarkable
for the beauty of her hair, remarked in
our Hearing, tlie oilier day, tliat stic
owed to the moderate and constant use
of" Barrett's Hair Restorative" a dee)
obligation, for by it she had become lo
cally famous for the abundance and lus
tre of her hair. Using it constantly our
selves we can add our testimonv that as
dressing and restorative combined
Barrett's is superior to any Hair Prepar
ation we have evei used. It is reasona
ble in price, too, costing only one dollar
for a large bottle full of the mixture,
Cincinnati Sunday Globe.
POLLS ! !
ELECTIOST TUESDAY SEPT. 1.
Look well lo your ballots.
Soldiers, ronioiiibor Belle
land and Andersonvillo !
Remember tlie Slaveholders
f4.1 I 1 11
war ol tlie Lebellion.
Citi.ens, remember your de
solate firesides and the burden
ol' taxes that has been saddled
upon you by rebellion. The
Country is saved, preserve it.
Look out. for split tickets.
Vote the straight ticket,
Vote the State ticket;
Vote the Congressional ticket.
Vote the County ticket.
Vote for town Representative.
Vote the Republican ticket.
Look out for split tickets ! the
elections will be Hooded with
Pay no attention to the jug
lers' handbills and posters;. .Don't
be fooled. " '
, Pay. attention to. the.
Look out for split tickets
vote ;vygjmdgrateftil people
will send batik, from every
in the Union, thanks to
That Reimblicans are asked to
for Victor Atwood :
rhat Mr, Atwood docs not profess to
be a tiliul)Ij5ari:; s f " - VJJ C
That he is a Democrat ;
That he is the Democratic candidate
for the Senate;
And thutnib has no claims upon the
support of Reimblicans.
,-iThat your.Kupport is due.,to.tho nomi
nees of yoiir party !
And that you would justly require
their support, were you upon its ticket
as a candidate ;
And that, from principles of fair deal
ing, you ougliuto-voto a straight ticuet.
Thatif. for ro'uWjnCtnat anpear con
clusive 3'ou-canftoV support a nominee
of youKparyrVqU pught.not to support
one of Xti&onpwUctnavty'A representing
opposite' principles! JTha&wpuld be 'de
serting to the enemy in tftyo of Avar,"
and is.worthy of political dWh.
Stand-by youvLprlnciples.- Then, if
they fall, tho lijult will not bo yours ;
while, if you itcert them or their only
present supporters,tho fault of their fall-
urq will be yours,
QUIT YOU L1KU JlKN,v',
Taklny Medlelno to ciire diseases oc
ensioued by a deficiency of Iron n'. (he
Bloody without reatoriny it to tho sys
tem, Is like trying to repair a building
when the foundation is gone, 'f ho Pe
ruvian Syrup (a protoxide of Iron), sup
plies thlij defilcfcncy ami byUda up an
It Is n glorious occupation, vivifying
andsclf-sustalnlngln Its nature, tostrug
glc with Ignorance, nnd dbcover to tho
Inquiring minds of the masses the clear
cerulean blue of heavenly truth.
4 in "
It Is to labor, and to labor only, that
man owes everything possessed of un
changeable vnluc. Labor is the talisman
that has raised him from the condition
of the savage ; that has changed the
desert and the forest Into cultivated
fields; that has covered the earth
with cities and the ocean with ships ;
that has given us plenty, comfort, and
elegance, Instead of want, misery, and
rUNCF.lt, HC'KOFULA, DYSPF.I'SIA, LIV1211
j Conn lnlnt, lthetinmtiHtn, Neuralgia, Ac.,
cured. A i ook of l()ii imu'esi. fent fne to inva
lids Address H. OUI2I2N1', M 1)., 10 'lVmplr
I'lui f, Diittml, .lliiHx.
In St. AlhaiiH. on Sunday niRlit, August 3()th,
Julia C, daughter of Hiram It. mid Louisa Q.
Sonic, nfed lour yeais and ten months
Funeral at tlie roid 'iico of Mr, Soulo, on Wed
nesday, at 3 p.m.
ATTENTION ! !
Wc propose to fight it out on this I
for the next
Xi ''enns1 but Unconditional Surrender
Wo mukc Pfcacc by a
prost'ciition of THE WAR!!
4 GENTS WANTED in every Town, tocanvaBs,
V Kuiiilovmeiit for Gentlemen or Ladies.
Individual, Town, County or Stato ltte;hts for
Letters Patent were granted us August 18, for
a now device for catchiiiK llios, by which any
lsidy can rid her hoitbC of Uiom; nests, as readily
as sho can dust her parlor. Wo carry on the
war according lo tlio rules ol civilized nations,
resorting to no Poisons, Sticking Plasti-r, or
Cliemical combinations, but, iiKu " Crocket's
'coon," thoy como down. Wo live bv ae'.ion not
words ! Ountleinen or Ladies, THY US. We
present you tho best Held and inducements for
canvas'hiiie; to be found in the United States.
Loiuiuuiiications addressed to us will receivo
233-neod St. Albans, Vt.
ST. ALBANS ACADEMY.
milE FALL TE11M of tho ST. ALHANS
X ACADKJ1Y, and its Preparatory Depart
ment, will begin on
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMHElt 2nd,
With better facilities for instruction than ever
J. S. 1). TAYLOlt,
MM1 -231-4. Principal,
A NY ONE liavinir a small
house within ten
XJL minutes wall; ol tlio ljepot can
find a ten
ant bv leaving word at tho Kxpioss office.
St. Albans, Aug. 18, IStiS. S3d2v
UJUll.li(;iAij college lioonis : possession
given Sept., 1st. Tlireo Itooms casv of
access, and very pleasant situation for Club
Itooms or olhcoH.
St. Albans, Aug. 3, 1808. dTUtf
Boarding and Day School for Young
milE FALL TERM will begin WEDNESDAY,
JL SlilTliJIlJElt atli, 18U.
MISS STONE, an aeeoinjitishcd teacher, will
iiiitu enai gu oi mu classes in vocal aim liisuu
For terms, Ac.,
TAYLOR, A. JL,
t. V. L. Gooilspfed's Nev 'lliihho at )Wn
'Springs", is now ready for' the reception 'of
HILL it.SAFFQRp, Attorneys at Law, a'nd
, .Solicitors iu .Chancer ,, Oilnje, LaUo Street
tit. AJIianw t. , il32Sw'JJl-tr.
M. J. Him., G.A. S.viTgiii)
T l.KAVE.vs, successor toll. 1L. Row-
JlJ man, Flour and Grain Merclumt.j Choice
iirauus oi luour ainavs on nauu at low lincea.
A Superior, Hi
Sof Gi-JibwalCFlimr, for sal
nt the stor.
U. rt.S. CLARK M rCinoVed t(. ! r.uth .Main
f Street. Office at his roMi
St. Albans, Vt., May. 2, 19Sr
1HK Subscriber has removed Ins stock
.goods to llarnes' Rlock, Lake Street, oppo
site the St. 'Albans Foundry, nnd will continue
business there until the completion of his now
Storo on Main Street. VICTOR ATWOOD.
M. All i in-, May 11, lf(f.' 210-tf.
?Mi)U Mcaf"nyfrum;enl8T AM 14
I have made arrangements to furui.-di Pianos,,
Organs, and Melodiai, from tho br.st Jlanufac
tures in the country. lnstrr.r.i",.its tiro fully
warrjintedi ,A writtoii guarantee, j'ivq 1. sneci
'IVIng thatthey1 shall 'fully5 MMift'tW'timo,
and not get out of older for lio years.
11. L. SAMSON.
St- Albans, Vt., Juno, 18(18. 222-ain
TPvISSOLyTION Thq eopu'itneiVnn) herclol!
XJ i"vu oxming under tlio namp yt yjiun .v
Huntington is by lnutual con'ent tliis itiy tVa.
solved. AH accounts witl) biiid , firm , must bo
suttlcid immediately. Either partner js autliur
iiiodto receipt 1'nr the saniUj
i , , CHARLES WYMAN, ,
, , K. II. HUNTINGTON. '
St. Alpans, Eeb, loth, 18G8.
' "I'liJ kii.VjWelry'bllailWs in'iili iV 'Wan-
ches will be continued, with promptness, and in
a workmanlike manner as heretofore, bv
TpOR' SP1NG STVLESOF PA'fk'ANp VEST'
X1 call at WMfN:. SMITH CP'S. ,
"OOYS. GOTO WM. K. SMITH
SMITH & GO'S FOR
T 1NEN Collurs of pvervjdeHcription at
JU ' ' . WU A 'CS.,
I" OR Hl'jUKfl STYLK b Sjl UAl'L call at
2 wm. n, fjyym .4 P's.
P,VT$XinVYybt W Kin,dl t A n 71
WM. K. SMITITA CO'
Rags of all kinds, at
SMITH A CO'S
Coming Again ! !
IMMENSE SUCC ESS ! ! !
D. 0EABTREE, M,
"TXT" ILL Make his Seventh visit to St. Albans,
VV WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY,
Sept. 1), 10 and 11. Hichaml, Tuesday and
Wednesday, Sept. I , 2. West lleiliHliire,
Tliursday, Sept. 11, Enosbui-,'h FnlW, Fridav and
Saturday 1 f, (,1ii,) Sheldon, Monday and Tues
day Sept. 7 A- H. ll.ikerslidld, Saturday 12, Cam
bridge lloro, ll.V 13, Johnson, 15, HydeparU 17.
The Doctor's last visit here was marked bv a
ri- ater number of patients than formerly. All
the imperii aureo that he is tlie most successful,
and the only tiavelinj,' doctor that can month
alter mouth and year alter year, isit tlie sanio
places. New cures are continually done bv his
treatment, which are useless to publish as ho is
so well known. The Mavor of Vercennes certi-
lies that Dr. Crabtree cured him last Spring of a
very oau coiign, iiroucuiai 1,'aiarrii. a lauy.
(reference Kivcn to IndiciO of prolapsus Ac., of
25 years! .Mrs. M. Call liarnet, ''lilaiKed Liver
and Dropsy; Miss S. .1. Nornian I'enchani.
1-its. G years. Cates of rickets. St. Vitus Dance.
Liver and I hroat diseases, one of tumors of
neck 2 1-2 inches round, Vc, iVe., iu this vicinity.
jiseases torn at Hinnt. All consultations $ l.
Medicines and advice on Chronic Cases from
I to !l months costs from $10 to ?:!(!. Dr. C's.
re at experience enables him to presenile for
most cases with positiveness months ahead.
Patients can call at anv hour. Seo SiL'iis and
card, direct to his rooms. Patients unable to
call visited at home by fepecial agreement. This
is the Doctor's last visit for many months, as
no nas long neglected patients elsewhere.
N N. H. LARNARD.
WATER POWER FOR SALE.
1HK Subscriber olfers for sale, tho
W.vrmi I'owr.it on l'iko River, irood
aim inree Acres oi i.ainl.
Also, a two-storv house, out-lmildintrs. Ac
Also, a Farm of 1 1(1 Acres, with good buildings.
This property is situated at iii-dlbril. 1'. ()..
within two miles of Stanbridgo Station, and is
ono oi tne nest points lor liutiness in tho dis
trict. For particulars iiKiuii-c at the Tiiansi'iiiit Of
fice, or of tho proprietor on the premises.
N. S. DROWN.
liedlord, 1'. Q., Aug., I, 1808. 228-fiw
"VTOTICK is hereby civen that Ai)nlication
li will bo made to tho next General Assembly
ot tho State of ermont for an alteration or
amendment of the Lamoille Vallov Railroad
Charter, granted m 1807, in this particular
viz., such an alteration or amendment as will
allow the Lamoille Yailey Railroad Corporation
in its discretion tobuiltkiaid railroad from John
son westerly through tho Towns of Cambridge
Waterville, Relvidere, Fletcher, Fairlield, lia
kei field, Knosbiirgh. Sheldon, llighgato, and
Sttanton. or throuirh such of said towns as said
Railroad Corporation may deem necessary, con
necting with tho Vermont and Canada Railroad
in Hwanton, m tho County ot Franklin.
Pres. Lamoille Valley R. R
Hyilo Park, Aug. 21, 18(18. 2 !l-:i
TS HERE15Y OIVKN that
X bo made at the next session of the Legisla
turo of the f-tate of Vermont, for a charter for a
Railroad Iroiu tlio City of Burlington, uiChit
tomien t oiinty, to somo poiliti' oil 1 tllni Cm
Lino, in tho North Lino of tho town of High
gate, in Franklin County, passing through tlio
towns of Rurhugton, Colchester, Milton. Ocor
gia,,fjtvV(.iHk',tSwajit(ui iiiilUgati,,witli the
iigm io oniige ,iiaiii;i s 4ay.
August 17, 18(18. 2:l0rt:iw
VjpOTiaOs h"irrolIyIgivi!aitlQiOl)V;i3iT(Iin will
Li bo mado to tlio general assembly of the
fjtato of Yernumt at jts niixt Annual ,Sessii)iit foi
an act to incorporate- a' Ferry' Cdntjiariy'' to' 'be
caucii ny ine name oi tne ht. Ainans, riatth
liurgli, and (irand Islo Ferry Company, for the
purnosc of establishing a Steam Ferry between
Sti-AlbaiiiiiMU' CouutyfflnuHUlin, Yurmout,
and lriAt-Fsf,m-ffft-. iirint.nA:)ftntW.N-.Vk
witli intermediato stopping jilaces at thu Islands
St. AlbaiiH, August 111, 1W1. . , , 229-tf
riO FARMERS AND OH ICRS. -The Mibsciib
X ers liaving purcliased andiltteiLuijin god
order, the Moolen JUU, jif ,hwuiito(i,-I'alls, lor-
ineriy Kiioivn HS,i'la;tl, H juiictfiry, alrt now pro,
liared to'iiiaiiufaiHuve Cloths o'r Yarn for cus
toniern, or eschango tho sanio for wool. A lilj
oral Miaro ol patronage solicited, and satist.iu
' N. Ri Oltieoin south end 1 of -Fiiet 6rvi.' where
may bo lonnd tho books arid nccoriuta'of tho la
nrm ot I'latt iV lliuuiev.
219-tf MKKiS A HINKLKY.
I7lORyislv'Llj.cLti j.leusa'iftUJlUafid lesldenco
. in St. Albans, with 0110 or two acres of
land, as. may bo desired, Twelve good rooips,
celler, e.istern, excellent .wll Of water, 'h'ousd
ami li:ii-n lw-ailv nnwl Annto ' ,)f:ii.' nliioi. n'lul
AlaP Krapo vines, ctf. Thtf 'chqajicht place ii
town .at , thy price ' iikfd, ( Ternls" very easy,
i-oi) liiriner particulars, uunuiro at 1110, than
sciurr OQ',(!p, ' , , ' , , 2i3,tb.
XS hereby uiven that Application will bo mado
mont at its next Animal Session for an Act to
Incorporate a Ferry CMlipany, to be called by
1110 name 01 tlio .Missixmun Jlay 1-crrv Company,
tngethor with 11 graut 'of iriglit to the iaiho to'
establish - and maintain a ' Feriy hctwcuii .tho
Tonus of Swautmi', Franltli-.l -CountV, Vt.Jnnd
Alburgh, Gt-autl lsW Countv, Vt, -
231-G ' .....
WANTED, An AeMt to ,maKo a,, tiunigh
canvass of Franklin Qounfy in belnilt of
that old ahd rcliablo Lifolilsrirauco Com'liany,
The Phoanix Mutual, of Hartford
,Conn. 'Llbiiral'tt'rihs1 til ah' Aii'6' 6hdfgotio
'nuln. Address. ," 'N','h;iA?jTi:iiLVT
' ' ;Wu, .Clintoii'cV)';, N'."V. f
tit"""' 1 1 -1 ' '"cn r,-TI "'b?-tf
w.m.'n; HMiVii a co'B.
TrVl-illVStvlo.of"!- rock. Coats at,
ClIIAKBSI'KltFj Collain, linalbkhlda ati... i f
O1 WMi N. RMITH'A'. CO'K.
For the Vermont 'Ihinfcript.
Fenians In Montreal.
A. !Riot Feared.
Bogus Insurance Companies,
Tlie Fenian Brotherhood,
Nnw York, 31.
Some Irishmen In Montreal havo ad
vertised a plc-nieto bo held on Tuesday
for the benefit of tho prisoner Whelan,
charged with the murder of D'Arcv
McClee. On Saturday niirht. however.
1 proclamation was posted about town,
calling 011 the loyal citizens to prevent
such a Fenian displny. An Intense ex
citement is the result, and a riot is anti
cipated. New York, 31.
Drain Johnson, a memberof the Ar
kansas Legislature, was shot and killed
at Oceola, Arkansas, on the ".Ota hist..
while going for the purpose of hiring
a boat to take his family north. His
remains are en route for Peoria. 111..
where the doctor's family lives.
Recent disclosures relative to some
lire insurance conipaniesin Jcrsoy City,
prove them to be frauds and bogus con
cerns. The names of the boirua com
panies are, the Marine, the Merchants',
the Mechanics', the Fireman's, and tho
Agents are said to be in every State in
the Union, but the concerns arc closed
for several days, as the officers of the law
have been in search of the principals.
On Monday last, the Sheriff of
Twiggs County, Georgia had occasion,
with a posse, to arrest several negroes
who had been engaged in u riot the week
previous. One negro attempted to es
cape, and was killed. The rest gave
A great many others, not engaged in
the riot, gave themselves up, being ap
prehensive that tho white people intend
ed to kill them.
r NRjw'jiYOlify tjl.'
Francis G ranger, lostinastcr-Gciicral
under Pwwideiit Harrisun. tiled on.Fri-
At the session jrjf the Fenian Conven
tion, on Sunday", 'PrOSi'dtint' fshvago de
livered an address urging members to
votjf for l)enipirat-jbr fljoublimsfyn
the coming campaign who were favora
ble to thu J?eniu.n.crtU8Q, , . .
lie then insisted on resigning. His
resignation was accepted.
Subsetitidrifly,, p. union of the two
wings was effected; and they met as ono
body. A constitution w.'&ailppted.
Gold 141 J. ' dAi yUUj
I'luniiix Mutual 1 Lil'o 1 lnsDuaucej.(io,,
A J'ayyrublo opportunity is prcsuntedit
levoto getlc and reliable lluslhbs meli who' c!Ur
their entire tinio to tlie business, to represent
this.nld,, staunch, .and mont successful Lite Com
pany, iu unoccupied territory 'in tho State of
Vermont. Tho many popular features peculiar
to tlio Plneuix Mutual, ami the grcittluli'ahUigcH
it oilers to tlioiiistiring;lVul)licXUsl'rliedoin from
restrictions on triWHiiitl ccu;itim) -its non
forfeitable polici()VlltH' liberal premium system
the econwli.Vibf. thU nianag ment, and its largo
annual! dividends, render it tlie most protltablo
'Ciim' ahy to Agents desirous of realizing a hand
some competency by their enterprise and cner
K)W APl'J.V to , fj C'JJAUCPgiL., ,
,,Stato Agent tfluuiuxJMultiaT, Lifv.Tns. Go. .
'dll-tf Union Illocl;, Kul.u.'Yt
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BARNES! 'ifeo.CK. LAKE ST
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St. Albans, May 11, 1808r I'M
(i O TO W.M. N.
SMITH ACO'S for all kinil
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