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ST. A L13 AjlSTS, VT, rri-UJBSDA.Y, SEPTRMBER lO, 1868.
iju i II i mm aiwit inn ' inwinwiin I w
Vermont Daily Transcript,
l'UlU.ISIIin) KACII I'VKNINU.
utfwr in llarne' Mock, Mr St., SI. Albmif,
WILBUR J'. DAVIS, Piiop'k.
P. Davis, i mtora,
Per year, in advance, ""
Six months, in advance ft "
Three months, in advance, -"J;
One month, in advance
Advertisements should be handed in no cam-
as the morning of tin- day ol tliolr nitoiiiicu iiu
heation BUSINESS CARDS
BAHNES ft ( HOWLLY. Dealers in urocencs
and Went India Goods of every description,
turiiis .New Hoc;, ijniso Mreei, '
... 'J. ii.l I
W (.mi.Ui.i1i,v ill T.nw noil Solicitor in Chan-
nivl..., ...11. II U 11,....,.. ItlMI1tll-l lOlIC i.
u ".,1 . l 'I ''.IV
DAIMSY, 1J.YVIS ADAMS, COl'NSI' 1 .-
O l) US VT LAW and Solicitors in Chancery
it ice l i 1 moll iuock. .-ii. iMiiniiM, i
1AZSA lit li.Ml.l.l, I i i " i
MVINOSTON ft HONS, dealer in Cabinet
Furniture. Children Carriages, Collins,
;asl;cts. Pictures and Picture 1-rallies, wan i a-
... , . i i r .. Hi ( It 1 T i f Jll.M
iui. ni t uh ninim fiuvn ui. ......... M ... l
FiAlsDFLL ft KATO.N, Attorneys at Law,
and Solicitors in Chaiieciy, Cambridge, t.
nA k. iil.Alslir.l.l.. i-w"..
SAHHL S. HYDE, Dealer
in all Kinds of
Mock. St. Al-
lamilv Groceries, Uarrou
It. XV. TUIHAUlr, Physician and
L-enn. Graduate of the U'niveisity of
Yer. Minr. iiuru: riiuuciu iniun.
ICNTO.V & IVII.SOX, AttorneVH at Law,
nnd Solicitors in Chancery. Ollice m jo
in's New 1J lock. St. AlliaiiH Yt. Attend Limits
W...1....1.- ... i-v-mi.- in i- tmiu. nun i. untune.
It. 0. DENTON, W. WILSON.
(l I Ij HI A .V, IJ K .V T I S T. Ollice ill the
KINO MAN 111,001', Main St., or.po.-ite the
ongRgational i;imren. i-".
11. M' OOWAX, DU.VTIST. Ollice
over Woad and Duren's Drug store.
Albans. Yt U
,T ISUtlt, ATTOKMl Aiii UUU.i)i.i.-
ass Insurance Companies, and tor obtaining
Ollico over Weeks' store. i-tt
A. SO WIjKS, Attorney and Counsellor at
Law and Solicitor in Clfancerv. Ollice over
P. S. Will attend to Collections, and prosecute
UllllM !U'!llllHt the United States for Arrears ot
rsi .iiLi(iii;Li jjuiii. ol. iii'.mat i i.
I i 4 C.l.l.'.i.'u Wiilrm-'u null IiiV'filliC
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IIMIIIUH. iIT.. IV U. u-i.
j ic ii.vnijsu.' I'niiuiiii ii.iiiiiriui,
Ij .Alain, oiinosiio isauu oum, -i. .iiu.iii-,,
., vlip OiailS.; VJ1CH mi numn ii iiiv- i.ij,
undavs excepted.) All the latest styles of pie
res made, at this Gallery. Albums and Pie
io Frames, Stereoscopic anil card Pictures of
rinoiit Seenerv. all at low miees. Call early
1 ISOKCiK V
IIOUGI1TO.V, Attorney and
at Law and Solicitor in Cli n-
. Til . ii.iu:.
v. .i i.i.ii.i niii... iwiv Mil l'nsi.
lice, and losidence on Welilen street.
Usn. Ilnitcil States Commissioner. Coinniis-
mer of Deeds for the States of New York,
ihsaehusctts, and other States. He will give
......l- Alin..li.... If. ill iii.ftf'.iuwifiiiiil liimiiics'i
IllljlV HLlVllllllll l. ... J' J.i.
th which he may be entrusted.
.1 111 V .... I 1 Ul! I , f
rr s. onVICII, l'raetical Steam and
V Gasl'ittci-.KrassandlronUoodsof every
scription, for steam, water, and gas. (inns
d locks repaired, and kevs lilted, Ac.
I. in i 1 i'i i .-
.v,uniiTUAu, uuiiiiiiH, ivingmau inoei;
Main Street, St. Albans, Yt. . 111.
AKKAit IEI(ll'lll':il. Mil!
alors in Nails, Glass, Oils, Paints, Agricul
ai Tools, which wu oiler at a low cash liure.
Corner .LaKo anil Alain streets.
Ii 111 T 1. Ill , Ol I I IP
lu ii and (loiuoHtic Dry Goods, Hoots and
nu Vntil.fm Viiiinnu cnrndi of Mnin titul llmil.'
tLiii. kii. iiLiaiin. t i. iuti
UAlii.KS wi.ii.viv, iiualer in nne wateli-
es. Clocks and Jewelry, Sterl ng Silver anp
vcr Plated Ware. Fancy Good-, u great va
ty. Watch Hcpairing and Eugrav ng. St.
lans, Vt. 10:)
UAiM-;jiu iv; si'M.vti. iieaiers in rancy
ami liomesuu jjrv uoous. main nuu i.iuei
: .1. V- II-
nuiu:ii.D. vjii if t :i 11 a. i. aa..
A. O. IIKAINKIIU, W.Uini:N' II. Hl'h'All.
C. POST ifc CO., dealers in Dry Goods
and ehoico Family Groceries. Corner ot
m and Fairiteld Sheets, St. Albans, t. 11
II. c. VOST, i.. jani:s.
-ilEHlCAN HOUSE. Hiehford. VI.. Jerry IS
Sweatlanil i'ropnetor. Tins Jlouse is loept-
Ul ino cenire oi mo riiiauo, near ine i.usioin
use. Post-Ollicu and Millw. Hl'J-ly
li.lj .V SAl l'Ultu, Attorneys at Law, anil
Solicitors in Chancen. Ofhce, Lake Street
Albans Vt. U0'j,vw224.ti.
J. Illt.I, G.A. SAKl'Oltll.
AVID CHAW V 0 H D, Hook Hinder and
mam; jjooic .uanuiaeiurer,
no-iYinn "RlnnV. St.. Alhnns.Vt.
k ilinding in every stvlo from the eheaiest
ino most costly, nnu an none in a tiiorou-j
ice. 20 18G7 lSCmG
ruoi-niuTou of tiii:
ST. A11UN8, VT.
xrrv-D a r itp d hatt m n
uuivauu x iin i 1 1 i, xi j. . j ,
(Lato of tho Army, ,vo.,)
roturncii to ot. Aiuaus. ami mav ne ioumi
lor tno present at tno American notci.
it inn In r nttiitiftn mi ill In On
II ri A rt.llllf lmu nimnvnil In Cnnlli Itnin
Street. Oflico at Jus reside
. ill r.
APEH and Linen Cuffs, a largo assortment
at W31. -. H1UTH A'.CO'S.
-VTKKMOXT CKXTIlAli AMI St'l.l.lVA.N I
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, j
Oommoiioinn August 31, 1808.
iltAiss ooisu sot'Tli am: i:ast ;
Leave St. Albans at 11.2') 8 1) a. ni., lU.Oii noun.
and S.00 n. in. , i
Mail Train leaves House's Pont at 4:10 a. in.,
receives iiasscnccrs from OjjdctislmrL'h 11. It., '
and connects it White lliver Junction and Lei
lows l'alls with traiii3 tot lloston, Worcester,
SprhiK'tleld, and with train on l'usHiinipsio li.
It., anives at New York at 10.4.". l. in.
.Steamboat train leaves St. Albans at 8.4.), a.
in., coiinoctiiiK at llurliriRton nlth stoainors
for Laid' GeoiRP, Saratoga, fee.
Dav Kipress Montreal at R;10 a. in., bt.
Johns at 10:00 a. in., 0dcnsbui'Kli at 5-30 a. m.,
House's l'nint at 10:li a. in., for l'.oston, Ac., ar
riving in llostol! via. Lowell at KhtlOli. 111.
Nlfiht Lxpress leaves OKdensbtliKh at 1.00 l).
in., Jlontieal at !5::10 p. in., Ito-.lHe's I'oiut at C.iii
p. tn., St. Johns at fi:t)0 p. in., nrriviiiK at lioston
at 8. 10 a. m., conuectiiiK at liellnws l'alln with
Cheshire ltoad for Host mi and Worcester and
with Yerinont Valley ltailroad tor Springllold, ,Ve.,
and arriving in NewYork at l'J.IK) p. in.
TIHINS OOIKO NOUTH AND WKST.
Leave St. Albans for Montreal at 0:10 a. lit.,
and (',;;)." p. m. 1'or House's l'nint, 0'densbiir;:h
and the, West lit 0:0", and 11:0:1 a. in , Hid fi.Dtl
i)av Kxpress leaves lJoston via. Lowell 8.0.) a
in. for Ituilinfjtoii, St, Albans Montieal, .Vc
anivim; at Moiiliv.il at 10:0,) p. m., URdcnslmr(,'h
at 1'2:H0 a. ni.. inaUiiiR elost connection with the
train for the West.
Mail Train leaves Hoston w.i Lowell, at 7:0)
a. in., via Lawrence and VitelilmvK at 7.:i0 a.m..
SpritiRlield at 7:4", a. in., for liurliiiKtoii, and
The trains leaving lioston via. 1'itehlmrK at
7:00 a. m., and Sprinniield at 7 : lo a. in., noliliuet
at White Kiver Junction with the Lay Kxpress
Accommodation Trail' leaves Northlleld at
7:45 a. in., for lJurliiiKton, Hut land, St. Albans,
house's l'oint, Of,'endesbiirf;h, Ac.
NlKht JiXpiess leaves Hellows Falls at 10.00 p,
a.., leeeiviiiK pahsengers fioin Vermont Valley
ltailroad, leaviuj,' New York at 12.15 p. in., and
from Cheshire ltailroad, leaving lioston at 5:130
p. in., connecting at White Kior Junction with
train leaving lioston at 5:00 p. in., for liuiliiiK
ton, House a l'oint, Montreal and OK'densburKli,
connecting with steamers andOraud Trunk
Trains for theWest.
Sleeping cars are. attached to both the night
I'xpress trains running; between St. Albans aw
lioston, and St. Albans and Springfield.
Through tickets lor Chicago and the West fot
sale at tiie princiiial stations.
O. MK1UULL, Sup.
St. Aluaus. August 31, 1S08.
RTTKANI) A.M lllint.l.VC.TO.V AXD VI
On and after Dee. 2d, 1807. trains will rut
as follows, viz :
MOVING SOl-Tll AND l.ASf.
Leave liiirlington at8:'.10 a. m., 1:35 p. ni. 3:3f
0;13 p. m. Arrive at Hutland at 11:25 a. m., 1:11'
p. in. H:00 a. in. 12.50 a. in.
Leave Hutland at 1:00 a. m., 12:00 in. Amu
Dellows Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 p. m., it 11:25 a.
Leave Kellows Falls at 7.50.1. m., 2:25 p. m.
:!:.!') a m. Arrive at lirattleboro' at 8:50 a. in.,
;i:2'J p. in., 4:27 a. m.
MOVING NOllTH AMI WKST.
Leae lirattleboro' at 11:00 m. tn., 4:15 A U:00 p.
ni. Arrive at liellows Falls at 12:00 a. in., and
5:10 and 0:55 i. in.
Leave liellows Falls at 12.155 p. tn., 5:15 p. in.
10.00 p. in. Arrive at Hutland at :):10 p. in.,
0:00 p. m. 12::!5 a. m.
Leave Hutland at li.OO a. m., 1.20 p. in.. :5.2l)
p. m. 1:30 a. in. Arrive at Jiurlington at 0:15 a.
in., 4:25 p. m., and 0.15 p. in. 1.15 a. m.
THAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS :
At liiirlington with lioats on Lake Chain
plain and Yerinont Central and Vermont and
Canada Hailroads, tor Montpelier, St. Albans,
House's Point, Montreal, Ogdonsburgh, and the
West. At Hutland with trains for Troy, Albany
and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady,
ami the West. At liellows Falls with trains on
C leshire Hailroad for Fitchburgh, Worcester,
Lowell, and lioston. With Yt. alloy Hailroad,
o. lirattleboro'. Snrini'tield. llarttord. New Ha
ven, and New York and with Sullivan Hailroad
for Windsor, White Hiver Junction, Wells Hiver,
St. Johusburv, Newport, Littleton, and the
White Hour awns.
Passengers for the West will iind this a cheap,
pleasant, and expeditious route.
1'Ull ilulvtiD, ami au necessary mioiiuaiiou.
enquire at tne unices on tno lino.
w-tl. ur.u. .v. .umuuLiU nupi.
WINTER AUXIACiI UKMEM 1' 180-1-5.
On and alter Monday. Nov. 11, 1801, I'asscngcr
Trains will run as follows :
Dav Exmess Train leaves Concord a' 1).U5 a
m.. tor White ltiver Junction, connecting wim
trains for Montpelier, Burlington, House's l'oint
Montreal, Ac, and with Ogilunsburgh and Gram
Trunk Hailroads. for the West.
Mail Train leaves Concord at10.15 a. m., for
W nto Hiver Junction, counectini; with tram tor
Wells Hiver, St. Jolinsunry, isarton, Newport,
Vi'illoughby and Magog Lakes, Staiihtead, Hath,
itieion, anil l.aueasiei, aiso, nun trains mi
o.itiielier, liurhngtou.bt.Alb.uis, Huiise's Point,
. .' , ... , i. i i .1... ii'.. ..
o'lireia, ugueiisuuigii, nnu me neoi.
Hr'stol Train leaves Concord at !!.:!() p. in., for
Franklin and Uristol.
Evening Lxp. ess I t am leaves C oncord at 8,1,
i. in., for White ltiver Junction, eonnectiiiir witl
rains lor Montnelicr. liurliniiton. St. Albans.
House's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, and the
Or on amval ol trams trom lioston, Worcester.
rortsinoutli, I'ortland, iVc.
Mornlnir Exnress Tram leaves White P.ivei
Junction for Concord at 1.15 a. in., or on arrival
of train from Ogdensburgh and Montreal. On
Mondays at 0.25 instead of 1.15.
linstol Tram leaves linstol tor Concord at 8
:i.in.. and IranMin at'J.12 a. m.
Mail Train leaves White Hiver Junction for
Co.ieord at 12.15 p. in., or on arrival of trains
over tho Vermont ucntrai, rassumpsie, ami
White Mo .luteins Hailroads,
Dav Express Tram leaves White Hivei Junc
tion at 4.58 p. in., or on arrival of trains from
Montreal and Ogdensburgh, lirattleboro', Keeue,
liellows I'-Hh, Windsor, Ac, eoimectiiig at Con
cord ' 'tli train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowoll
These trams connect at Concord with trains
for Manchester. Lawrence-, rortsinoutli, Port
land, Nashua, Worcester, Now York, Lowell, am1
lioston. u:si.,uY stjsau.xs, Agent.
Concord. N. II. Nov. 10,1801. w-lt.
NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT,
ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868,
Will run from St. Albans to Sheldon, as fol- j
lows : -
Leavo St. Albans even- day at 2 o'clock p. in.
Ariivo at Sheldon nt 4 0 clock p. 111. I
Leavo Sheldon at 8 o'clock a. m. Arrive nt St. I
I Albans at 10 o'clock n. in.
I II. JENNISON, Proprietor. .
I St. Albans. May 25th, IStia. dl5-tf
SACK COATS FOH SPHINO, go to
WM. N. SMITH & CO'S.
CLOTHaPJG ' STGRE3 g
MORTON & PERCY!
Having bought of 0. W. lllodgett
entire stool; of
his new anil
8 'J 10 lib ,
Peel satisfied in saying lo the public that they
can sell goods ns low as can tie bought in Frank
lin County. All we ask is to have customers
come in, and satisfy themselves, before pur
chasing elsewhere. We have, and are leeching,
all the new stjles from market, consisting of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
11 1 tll.M!
1 1" n
Of endless varieties, and a large and w oil selected
Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats
Which we will soil low for cash. We have the
largest assortment of
HATS AI-TD CLAPS
To bo found m Northern Yerinont. If you don't
believe it. call and see for yourselves. Our
Clothing is New and Desirable, consisting of
Boys' and Youths' Clothing,
We have a few Winter Over Coats left, that
io will sell at a big discount from cost, for cash.
Heinomber the place, Two doors West of the
American House, Lake Street.
MOHTON A- PEHCY.
Hi:nuy G. Mouton. Ai.uuit r N. Pi:i:ev.
ld-tf Foriiicily tvith Win. N. Smith A Co
risks for either of
Home insurance Company
OF NEW HAVEN
Capital Stock, SI, 000,000.
lnlenia(ional ol' rVew York.
Fire and Marine of Springfield.
Capital '.Stools, SSOO.OOO.
National Insurance Company,
Insure against Fire and Marino Hisks. Not ex
ceeding M0,000 on any one Hisk.
Each of tho above amounts of Stock paid in.
M. lll'CK, Agent,
Office over Weeks' store, St. Albans, Vt.
Nov. 1st, 1KO0. M-tf.
DHAIXIl IN ALL KINDS OK
First Class Groceries ! !
DAHHO.V 15LOCK, ST. ALHAN'S, VT.
Consisting in part of
itc. , dJ
THE ST. ALliANS BRIGADE BAND
Are ptepared to furnish music for
And on other occasions where Hand and Firing
Music is required.
Oiders addrebsed to
G-EORG32 E. KINSLEY,
W . H . SMITH,
At tho Trcmont House, will reeeivo promnt at
AOK Coats, in ovoi v stylo at
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
"XTCK Tics ami Scarfs, of all kinds r.t
J WM. N. SMITH ft CO'S.
NEAT AND NEW
IN ST. ALBAMS.
Tlx1 1)1114 Slon oh Lain1
The undersigned liaviug nicely titled up the
store in the American House l'.look, on Lalie
St.. and stocked it with a ehoico assortment ol
Hespectfully i-olicit a share of tho patronage of
.I.,' :..!... .-...ii...,
uls eoiioiiuiuL , icciiiig sure uiiu
tltey can give
OL'U STOl'K OI'
Is comnlete, cnnsistiliLr in all the approved
lieties, and our general stock includes all goods
usually kept in a store of this kind.
ters lor tne
A. B- A.
Ouo of tho bout Spring Medicines in the mar
ket. Physicians orders .solicited, and carefully
and promptly tilled. In quality and prico wo
guarantee to satisfy all who favor uh with their
Store upon on Sundays at noon, for supplying
Is a prac-ticing Phvsiciait in legular
and will attend to all professional
member the place, under
the American House,
L,aue hin ct, M. Ainaus.
GHEKN .V NICHOLS.
Dealers in alll kinds of
(x E O C E Ii I E S
LAKE ST., ST. A L HANS,
First door above the St. Albans House, keep
constantly on hand a full assortment of
Of all kinds;
And all sorts ot articles usually kept in business
of their kind. Hnrhest cash nrico paid for all
kinds of country Produce.
GSTTB US jfo. CaXil..
WAltD A liUHNES.
Oiniosito Store of Saxe ,V Place in liuiklm
formerly oceunied by S. S. A J. A. lindiifd. L. -
dies will find here a eoniiilcte and ehoico ao.
inent of Panev Drv jroods iust ifeicd ir,ul
inarkot. such as
Fringes all colors.
Fans, a rich lot.
Valencienes and Thread Laco
A nice lino of French Cambrics and Fancy
Lawns. A new Kid Glove which surpasses nny
.thing yet brought into this inarkot, ami in.
, rmo'i'd. AU of which will be -o!d at reasonable
prices. Ladies will Hud it to their advantago t )
call and examine for themselves.
Dwss and Cloak making in all its varioties
under tho skillful supervision of Miss EIUm
Mooto, long and favorably known to tho iniiui
, ti- ii .of this ullage and vicinity.
A ct for WILl'OX ft OI11IVS Hewing Machines.
l-( - j L. 1'. Kuii'TOM.
17011 SPUING STVLE3 OF IIA'I'S AIMD CAPS,
1 J? call 011 WM N. SMITH ft CO,
Elilni II. Huntington,
st-crnssou to A. it. mvxyan.
ASKS attention to the following paitial list of
articles, which I will sed at the lowest vale
Il'iward, ')' c i ii f. Milho e and i'U be diO'er
ent 1 "..'W ltli. m. N. t'o.ud. r u l'':it
cd Si, i Co s W.:.ciies. A I. : c r-- on
nieiii in t'. d and Sliver Aim- c. a
C. c-. o he best styli A' m,
Gold ami Silver Swiss Wnfclics.
Jadics' Oold Hunting Watclics. Auu i icail and
Swiss. The latest and best p.it oi is o.'dold,
Plated and Silver Chains, PiroO I'i'iirid
Plated Jcwolrj of all dcsenptionn. A
nplelidid assortment ot Ladies'
rSSE G(Q)SiB SETS,
Ktruscuu, Coral, tlarnet, Ac., i' c, (ientleuiens'
Phis. Alasonic Pins and King. D i'inond,
lhin rald, ltuln, Ainelhys' JV. I nnd
tiarnet Ping'i'i' Kings, IS Ki. !' . :u
Kings. Oold Hraccle !,Over
Plated Spoons and Forks,
Kxtra and Treble Plato. Tea sets, C.isiovs, Cake
liasl.cis. Vases, Ac., Ae. Coin Sihei Spoons,
Thimbles, ft; A u-ry lar ,e ocli of
Cold and h-teel Sprct.ielen. evc.y jHr
sold ..' i.uiled to suit. I'm
Knives, Siie i ml Scissors of the 1st quality.
1 shall receive from dav to dav new stvlcs of
.Tewelrv, Silu r and Plated Wa.e, which I will
sell at the lowest market rales.
UTS' Watch ii pairing and engraving done
promptly. ld-i i'.
itrkfiL which is
supplied with the best of
.'i urn ki ll lii cf.
Tabic Delicacies ol' fho Season
Now on hand, a nice lot of
SU&AR CTTRICD HAMS
St. Alnans, May 15, !&('...
i:str.i:s admiration. To be admired, they
must possess Dc.iutv a.id lnte.ligenci1
.Most every one has intelligence, and
ALL OAST BE BE iVUTJtE'lJXi
liv usiliL' the I'Al'lUAX Ui'i'lXX,
and most wonderful of all tho cv .k
use all moths and freckles are re., mi-.
become clean and transparent, ; 'i.
iiHeate with the hue ot youth. Ti
.i (). 1 1: 'I
Lotion call be found at
TUt: PFDP! nRIIH sTflRF I
NIL TLUI L.L. O UllUU O I UH L.
aim aian a mot comiiieiB assortment 01 au 101-
1. 4 ....:..!.... I'I : 1 r I t.M.... .)..
.ilayo, and the deliciou:, wood Violi-I. and a'l
other choice and fragrant perfumes.
HAIR DRE3SIIMGS AM TyiTIlS
I'utl anil l'owiler lluxes. Colognes, ioilet Soaps,
Teeth washes and Powders. JSru.-ihcs: such as
Hair, Teeth, Nail, Infant, e., ive.
Call and see the beautiful neci BhU'.e-i and lux
uries for tho toilet even if jou do not wish tn liny
An full a stock of pure Uriig-i as can be found in
the State of Yerinont, together with Pcsinoids,
l'luiil Jixtracts, anil all articles rofpureit in a
l'hvsieians or domestic: nraciice. Warranted
pure and of liii-.t oualitv. This blow will be tin-
del sold by none in St. Albans.
Trussed, Shou!(".er Unices, Suppor eis, Ac.,
and every liii.ig kept in a well legulated
S. R. DAY, AGENT.
St. Albans. Vt. June. I NHS.
Morton it- Percy's,
PIVOT ACTION BRACE
A sunc-iior SuuncndtT for Ski. . 1. Pantu ! All
iiuiMpialed brace for tho Shot'- Always it
Suspender. A braco or not i'v li'casu e. I.s
. : ..!.!!..:... .1 1. Oil.' .inu.l n ,.l VA.iLli.
MtlipilCIl 1 , lilll auilll 1 , ni... 1 m uiinvui.('i.u
eoiiimondit to every Lady, Gen.le-uan, ov Yo.lh.
Ex,-mino for yourself, and be convinced thin idl
he o'u stated" i.s true. Prices, 75 tents, S-l CO,
lia3,fl 50. id-;?
SHAKESPEHE Collars, of all kinds at
WM. N. SMITH ft CO'S.
VEHV Stylo of Frock Coats at
WM. J. SMITH CO n.
From the Flee Press.
An Unpublished Autofi'dpli of
The special meoting of tho Vermont
ltiHtorieal Hoclt'ty. recently held nt ltnt
land, whs one of the most successful ses
sions it litis ever had ; its respects tho
quality of the audience, the number mid
variety of the papers presented, the ad
ditions to tho mcmbor.snipy, and tho
general impetus given to the movements
of the Society. It was decidedly tho
most successful iis respects tho acquisi
tion of valuable historical documents.
Among the most important of these may
be mentioned the original Journal of
the l-'irst Council of Censors (which met
in 17S.3). a manuscript of twenty fools
cap pages, in tho clear, bold autograph
of Micah To'vnsbend, Secretary ; tno
Journal of the Second Council, which
met in 171)1', in tlie Handwriting or itos
well .Hopkins ; and nunieious official
papers connected v'itli tno iNow lorn.
and New Hampshire controversies.
l'ornuns no one oi tno miners is ot
greater general intcrestthan the original
complaint ol litban Allen to the court
of Conliscation, charging his brother
Levi witli treachery to the State of Ver
mont, and praying that measures might
be taken to punish him. Made's btate
papers profess to give this document,
but it is with omissions and alterations,
which, though they improve the gram
mar, and possibly the rhetoric of tho pa
per, rob it of not. a little of tho "old
ltlian." l or example, instead oi tno
brief am! expressive word "hurting,"
we have in Slado the circumlocation,
"endeavoring to lessen the credit of."
Allen also had notions of his own in re
gard to spelling, the use of capitals, and
the uou-uxc ol punctuation points ; nut
these do not appear in the document as
published. The following is an extract
transcript of tlie original' paper, verbat
im, literatim, ct minctuatim:
.Bennington County ss Aiding )
ton 0th of Jany 1779. J
To the Honorable the Court of Con
liscation comes Col IS than Allen in the
Name of the freemen of this State and
Complaint makes that Levi Allen late
of Salisbury in Connecticut is of Torey
principles and holds in fee sundry tracts
and parcels ot Liand in tins btuie mo
said Levi has been detected in Endeav
oring to supply the enemy on Long Is
land, and in attempting to Cnyulntfi
Counterfeit Continental Currency, and
is utility ol holding Treasonable Corres
pondence witli the enemy under cover
of doing favors tome when a Prisoner
New York and Long Island and in talk
ing and using lnlluence in lavor ol the
Enemy, Associating with Inimical per
sons to this County, and witli then Mo
nopolizing tlie iNecessanes oi Hlo Hurt
ing tlie Continental Currency and in
Particular hath exerted himself in tho
Most Falacioiiri manner to injure tlie
Propertv and Character of f-omc of the
most Zealous friends to the Indepen
dency of tlie United States and of this
State Likewise all which inimical Con
duct is against the peace and Dignity of
tlie lreemen ol tins Mate, and tlierelore
pray the Honorable Court to take the
matter under their Serious Considcra-
tton and Make Conliscation oi the Es
tate of said Levi before mentioned ac
cording to the Laws and Customs of this
State in such Case made and provided.
In consequence of this complaint. Le
vi Allen's Lands were seized, and ad
vertised for sale, and he was arrested
and confined to jail more than six
months. After his release, lie sent his
brother Ethan a formal challenge to
liglit a duel witli pistols, but it was
not accepted. Levi was tlie most eccen-
tr'c of the Allen brothers, and a memoir
nil nplfiwi 11111,11,1111 I II W
ri,,i,, o, 10013
V,IMl illl, Oi il.ll. JOU.J.
Sl.N'OULAlt FltKAKS OF LlGIITNINO.
The lightning played some curious and
rather unpleasant pranks at the resi
dence of Mr. John Stimson, No. 7 Oak
Street, Cumbridgcport, during theshow
er on Monday alterr.oon. Tlie fluid
struck an elm'in front of the house, leap
ing thence to tlie corner ot the building
and literally " f;oing through" every
room in tlie house. The plastering was
torn from the walls, the glass In tlie
windows broken out, the sashes injured,
and mirrors shivered jn(:o inlmitcsima)
atoms. The lightning was particularly
attracted by looking glasses, which it
"knocked into flinders" at a flash. Tho
furniture in all the rooms was thrown
about and injured, and pieces were
gouged out of tables, doors, &c., as if
done with carpenters' tools, two or
three balls of lire played round on the
floor ot a room 111 whicii were six per
sons hcverai ot mem ciniuren seated on
tlie floor, and yet no one was injured or
seriously afl'ected by the dangerous ele
ment, although its influence was felt
unpleasantly. co less tnan live nans ot
fire were seen to dance through the en
try and roll down the cellar stairs, but
where they made their exit from the
premises cannot bo discovered. Tlie
damage to the houe was of course con
siderable, and altogether it was such a
display oi natural pyrotechnics as rare
ly happens, and one that tho family
would not care to havo repeated. They
aro verythankful that so littlo harm was
Utah and Polygamy. A correspon
dent of the San Francisco Bulletin says
the traveler arriving from the East into
Utah comes to it prepared lo bo easily
pleased witli everything ho finds. Tho
trip over tlie desert from tho Missouri
river is a rough one, and getting back
again into civilization is of itsolf such a
luxury that everything pleases. The
consequence is that Utah has been re
presented as a garden, which, indeed, it
is, when compared with the surround
ing country. But.with few exceptions,
tho farms will not compare witli those
of Callforia, or the Mississippi valley.
The system of irrigation, too, for which
the MormoiiH havo received so much
credit, lias really involved but littlo la
bor, owing to tho numerous streams
which course down tho mountain sides,
and which aro easily diverted.