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ViORMOTSTT "HATTyY" rPR A "N 'SOU 1 PT, SKPTRMBER 9, 1S68.
Vermont Daily Transcript.
ST. AL11ANS, VT.
Tut'USDAY, Hki'ti:mi:h 10, 1808.
AllMVAt, OF l-ASsrNllllIt TUAINS.
From the Kotith mid East, 5,48 a. in., 10.50 a.lii
C.M p. in,, 8,00 . in.
From Home's Point and West, fi,5() a. in., 11,
50 a. tn.. 7 15 p. m.
From Montreal, 11 45 u. in., 7 H) p. in.
DW'AHTvr.r. or rAKSiixtir.u thainh.
l'or tin .South an.l East, (120, S 15 a. in., 12 W
m., S i)0 p. in.
For liurlingtoii connecting iith Lake Hoats
H.15 a in.
For ltonsi's Point mid West, r,o. a.m. ll no
a. m. i!:3'l ji. m.
For Montreal, m a. in., o i. in.
DAILY AlintVAI. OF BTAllK.H AT ST. AI.IIANS.
From Sicotslmrgh anil Franklin, 700 p. m.
From ltichford ami Sheldon, 500 ji. in.
From Sheldon, 10 00 a. in.
From llakei'rttU'ld, 11 00 a.m.
OAJI.V DIll'AllTt'UK OF STAOKS F1IOM Ml'. AI.IIANS.
For Franklin and Swoetsburgh, 7 111) a. in.
For Sheldon and ltichford, 8 110 a. in.
For Sheldon, 2 00 p. m.
For Hnktrstlild, 1 00 p. in.
itages call at the several hotels in town. Stage
ifliccs at the Tuinollt House.
el.osiNfi of T in: MAILS.
Mails lor New York cloo at 5 00 a. m. and 7 00
.Malls lor Huston eio-e at o a. in. inio n p.wi.
Mails lor Alhanv and the West clo-io at 5 110 a.m
Mails lor Canada elosn at 5 1 0 a.m.
Southern and Noithcin way mail close at 5 00
mr. i. .u. i. .v. niccis I'H-i; .Muiniii rfiiin
JL at their rooms ovei Win. X. Smith's More,
Chamnl.tin Chapter An. 1, P.. A. M. meet the
liird Wcdncsdav evening in eaeh month, at
1.... .. I . 1 1 ... V lii. ..I, ' u l.lintl., M i 1 ll it 1-KltT
111: 11 lltlll III ..livj.l. r uii) .ui.tu ,
Columbus Contieil No. 1, 11. A S. .11. meets tlie
ni'iinil Wednesday eveniiiL' in eaeli month, .it
nil' I, Mil 111 II I' I I'M i III'
1'ialilillli Lodge No. I, F. .V A. JI., meets the
Irst Wednesday evening in eaeli month at their
mil in I niim litock, Main Street.
Englosby Lodge No. 81 F. .V A. M. meets the
mirth Ye nesi lay evening in earn inoimi. ai
. . . l 11 II..! 111 I. Mi.!.. L.'. 1
neir nan in muni j.iocit, .uuui mii-i'i.
Crystal Fountain, Temple ot Honor No. 1 meets
iiiiiM ' i 1 1 ii 1. 1 I'll iH-ninii" it t 1 1 1 1 1 i ill n in I'M
t It' t. I.Ithl' nil ITl.
St. Allians Lodge No ;)2, I. (). of it. J . meets
'vei v riiua ctrnuiK u iinn n.m m j.ui.i..
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Hi.MIig Sun l.o.Ige iNc. o I. l). oi li. J . ineeis
vi.rv Kiitlll'ilnv I'Vetlllll' Ill Sit. Ainaos iiav.
St. John the Itantlst licnovolcnt Society (Ca-
...,t,.,,, n la ,.ii lli, i I n mill tlni-il Wei Ili Hi l:iv
.'..itiiitr i.f efielt 1111111111 nf llieii' li:tll (IV. I- l-i. 11
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liiiiiiugiou s rvi in .
To A lit ertiKei.-.. -The Ykumom' Dau.v Tiiaxs-
mi'T has the largest circulation in St. Allians
ml in li-iii ililiti Comity, of any daily nailer, and
i on tlmt iii'coinit. it' no oilier, the best medium
Uninteresting matter, original or sc
ooted, may always be found on the lirsl
Orit Daily. Those wishing to secure
opies oi our uauy paper can no so tu
sterrifleld's and llaker's bookstores, as
veil as of carriers, and at the olllce.
'1 !.... ..I" .....-I.I l.
uj)ie ui uur xiuen.j.j jiajiei iii.i .iimi uu
nut at tliese places.
Bkaii Cai'giit. Sylvester Carpenter
t'nitvwt.l .i li.i.ii in T ,.. 1 1 1 .1 u t Arn.l,,n
ii v wniirlimir ior lw. TTo 1 1'Min'ml (ln
H some lifty rods, when the clog
niurtif. uri nu it lwilil liim f:iut
Aiim UitOKK.v. A son of Wm. II.
'oilaru, 01 iiurlington, was thrown lrom
lis horse on Pearl Street, on Tuesday,
nid received, in consequence, a broken
f Tn I.. il..!... 11 Jl. 1 1! !
II... 11L 13 ,,litl, lllli 1 l I 1 1 1 111 F 1 1
St. Vitus Cijukd. Dr. Crabtree is
icrmitted to refer to the cure of !Miss
ilary Davis, of Alburgh Springs, of St.
itus Dance. She had it live yearn, and
Hrj VA.iviuvi lail , 11V.-1 il-tHMll-il tlUlU
listorted, and her whole nervous system
cemed wracked bv the disease. She
vas 111 town 10-iiay, aim is perlcctly
vcu. ur. kj. is ai me women House,
md those afllicted bv anv Chronic Dis-
nse siinuifi eniisnit 11 m.
Had Cut. The Newport Express says
)n the 2Gth ult., while Dr. Georgo A.
Iintnan of Holland was euttiiiL' bushes
o !if.f.iiii,,iTn 1 ir arriiiir T in n-v.i mm nici
OrioQ mill lllo lllirvn Tlici lini' ulinnf
,ix years old, 5vas with him and imme-
.liateiy started tor help, out before assist
ance nrri'od he had fainted, and came
ear uiceaing 10 ueaui.
Mabokic At the Annual Convoca-
ion of Burlington ' hapter No. 15 Royal
1 Hnl. T,,r....n lti,l,l ,.t Mrw.ii..,.! 1 I .. 1 1
IfitrfnT, fli, TVillfiwiilfr OL.rir'j U'nrft nlii.
M. E. Homer M. Phelps, High Priest.
J3. Henry N. Newell, King.
Comp. Louis II. Turk, Captain of the
Comp. E. E. Grcenleaf, Principal So-
! Comp. Daniel C. Barber, Treasurer.
Guy B. Davis, Secretary.
Wm. Brinsmaid, Boyal Arcli
' Comp. B. Turk, Master of the Third
Comp. Frank Juboll, Master of the
Comp. Geo. II. Bigclow, Master of the
Comp. Vin. Brinsmaid, Steward.
Jas. Urquhnrt, "
Jas. Urquhnrt, Sentinel and
VaNAMHUUUU &Co.'s Mknaokuii:.
ThU Htupt'iithms cillcction of all Hint
isr.iro ttiul curious In thu kingdom of
licitslH mid birds, and which Is, beyond
all cavil, t lie largest ever originated by
Individual ontcrjn li-o, will lie in St. Al
bans on .Saturday of this week. Tlicru
Ik so much that Is moral, and Pingular,
niul curious, in this exhibition that It
would transcend the limits of a newppa
licr paniHrniih to speak of it in detail, or
to attempt lo mention even one half of
the living curiosities of its collection.
There is really no other legitimate men
agerie In the country, and none but what
are itblitteil to eke out their paltry ex
hibition witli circus or gymnastic enter
tainments in order that the public mav
feel that they have not been completely
humbufjyed and swindled out of their
money. With tills there is no need of
any extraneous aid. With an army of
men, and horses enough to 11 1 1 all the
barns in the town, a procession a mile
in length, with cages ail tilled with rare
living animals, the attractions they oiler
are not only so multiformis-, but of so
standard a character that their success
over all competitors is a ma tor of sur
prise to no one. The Scriptural Paint
ings on their chariots, vans, and caes
are spoken of as being very beautiful, and
as forming, when on parade, a grand
free panorama of the Holy Uible. The
Menagerie will enter St. Albans in a
grand procession about nine o'clock on
the morning of Exhibition.
77i" Ayricufturat Fair it Sheldon.
We trust tlie citizens of Franklin
County will not forget the annual Coun
ty Knir which is to beholden next week
ai Sheldon. The premium lists have
been largely increased and a new build
ing lit! fee by "- will be completed in
season l'or use. The Society lias been
greatly improved in its organization by
the division into ulassilled departments
under the charge of superintendents
who have the care and arrangement of
animals and articles designed for exhi
bition. Tlie Fair is established on tlie right
basis. If the inhabitants of tlie several
towns will second the ellbrts of the olh
cers and managers, there is no reason
why Franklin County can not excel
any county in the State.
All should take an active interest in
the coming Fair, and contribute towards
the Exhibition. The Fair will then be
Citizens' Pcitsi:. A grand trotting
matcli for a pure of $100 will come oil'
on the Fair grounds on Saturday next,
at 2 p. m. It is expected that several
fast trotters will contend for the pur.-e,
and it promises to be t lie best trot ever
held in (lie Slate. If the weather is
pleasant, there must be a large atten
dance, as many of those attending the
Fair, who are interested in all that con
cerns tlie turf, Held, and farm, will un
doubtedly remain to see tlie sport. The
allair is in good hands, and I lie manag
ers have arranged that the race begins
promptly on time, so that persons lrom
abroad can leave town by boat or cars
the same evening. The half-faro tickets
issued for the Slate Fair will Lo good
until Saturday evening. JSurthi(on
1 Uhani) Ci:i.i:iiitATH)X. A celebration
'on tlie summit of .lay Peak comes of 1"
next Monday. Among the attractions
I of tlie occasion arc an oration, suited to
tlie event, at 12 o'clock 1'. M. ; rolling
down the mountain that enormous rock
estimated to weigh 08 tons ; music by
the Newport Hand; an excellent dinner
at the Log House, and a visit to the
I newly discovered Vhite Sulphur
l Springs. A rare opportunity to visit the
mountain is thus ottered all, and those
who go will bo fully paid for their
trouble. NvwpoH Express.
'jtANKLiN' Copntv Faiu. The An
nual Fair of tlie Franklin County Agri
cultural and Mechanical Society will be
held atSholdon on Wednesday, the 10th,
Thursday, tlie 17th, and Friday, the
18th days of September, inst. The ad
dress is set down in tlie pamphlet of the
Society to be delivered on the last day,
but we are informed by the President of
the Society (lion. John Gregory Smith)
that a diH'erent arrangement lias been
made, and that the address 5vill be given
on Thursday, the 17th, at 11 o'clock
a.m., by President Angell, of the Uni
versity of Vermont.
JTeica and Jliscrlfaiicon.s Jto.uis.
llaron Flotow, author of tlie onera of
Alarum, lias marrleu ins cousin, itosiule
An autograph letter of Washington to
Henry Laurens, sold for about $o0 in
French agents nre rcnortod to be buy
ing large quantities of grain throuirhout
ttaiy tor account ot tlie French (aovern-
An Orciron nanur oflbrsas an exnlnim-
tion of the sentence, "S. T. lK(il) X,"
tlie loiiowimr: "Democracy. tlieS amo
T himr as in 18!)(). X actlv."
Fetches, the French actor, who nlays
in London in Fnglisli, is shortly to ap-
near at a I'iiris tneatre, and t lie critics
are wondering if ids French will now
show a Initish accent.
Gen. Vandervecr, of Hamilton, Ohio,
a prominent Democrat, announces that,
as he has not sunnorted Vallandigham
since the inauguration of (lie war, he
win not support mm now.
Ex-Cloy, Bramlette, of Kentucky,
went over into Indiana to help tho Dem
ocrats in their distress, but ids lirst
speech closed his engagement. Tho Ken
tucky stylo was not agreeablo to tho loy
al men of Indiana.
After tho exposure contained in tho
speeches and letters of Hampton, For
rest, Vance, Preston, Itecd, Long, and
Col. Hl-OWll. little morn rrninliis to bit
said concerning tlie inner workings of
M,n 'l'nTn,o,,,f ntl,.
Samuel "NV. Le ngwell, Esq., has sev
ered his connection with tho Lebanon
(Ohio) Patriot, a Democratic organ, in
com eiUeiue of the nomination of Mr.
Vallandjgham. who, lie claim-, was
forced upon the Democracy by the trick
ery of ids particular friends.
I'Yi.ToN MAHK15T. .TuMl received, a
nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hums,
llologna Sausage, Jswcet Potatoo, To
matoes, Pea ik, Peaciie
and Musk Melons.
The palm of superiority is awarded to
Mrs. S. A. Allen for her Improved (new
style) llair Restorer or ures-mir, (in one j
bottle,) and a grateful public appieeiales I
fheverv low nrice. One Dollar. Every i
Druggist sells it
Every family needs to keep In the
house something that will cure head
ache, toothache, ague pains, lameness,
bruises, cramps, and other kinds of
pain and sintering, anil what is mere so
as Kenne s i'ain-lvilllng .Magic
Stahti.i mi Tni'Tii. Thousands
die annually from neglected coughs and
colds, which soon ripen into consump
tion or other equally fatal disease of the
lungs ; when, by tlie timelv useof asin
gle bottle of istar's llalsain of Wild
Cherry, their live could have been pre
served to a green old age.
Tin: l)iri'i:i:r.xri:. One of tlie chief
points of dillerence between civilized
and barbarous mankind is the alien! ion
given to the natural covering for tlie
head the one being carefully cut,
cleansed, and brushed, and the other al
lowed to remain dirty and unkempt. The
use of "llarrett's Vegetable Hair Resto
rative " will ensure all that could be de
sired bv civilization or Ignored by bar-
barisni. liostnn Post.
5' 1 00
0 00 Ot 1 0('l
U3 ' 0
10 (, :
1 10 fit t so
2 73 (a, li 00
2.) (i 00
11 00 (ii. .2 20
12 00 su 1 1 00
11 110 (ii 17 00
:t 2,"i (it, :t .-)
12 en (it, 1.1 0
2,1 fit 2.".
II 00 lu 1 I 0
1 5U 2 11
;lil 0 'it lU . (I
no . tit no i.o
0 (I 111
1 00 7-j
1 00 HO
1 Oil 1 00
i 50 7 00
w. 1 el bushel,
. 1 1 n, r lb.,
' 1 1 N, I ei i.ushel,
N A: I AI., per cMt.,. . . .
1 1. .s, per doa.,
I 1 urn, Mipeitiue,
" double etl a,
I I .Ass Si 1 l), lier butliel,..
II ... 1 i" "-n
O.vis, it i.e
P0TAT0KS, per bilhhel, . . .
S ur, Canada,
,, Turk's Island
Wool per lb.,
Wool) per cord,
ItUlGllTOA 3IAUK.KT-.gi-i. H.
Hie!' ('iitli-.--Ktr!i fat and hoaiv , ltiiiiiini
f.eii,fia.75 n ill, 00; 1st qualiti 12 00 a l:l..50:
ilipialiti yll.oil 'i $12.00; Od ipialitv S U.OO f
ill.Otl. V 100 lt.s., on total weight of hide.tallov
mid (liesn-d beel.
w di liint; l)i'ii .?t3.5 ii SHOO, per pair or
iccoi'dili; tu value as beef.
.lilleli Cimnjjl) it fill; extra and good Hit
ii 1 110 without calves, as maybe agreed; fallow
and oi iliual i,li it oil.
slti-rii and l.ninli-. - ;H ii flic.; e.tni J0O0 a
?0 00 per herd.
-"nil'- - Miiohsalc, Uil lie; retail, f uiv.
Ureased, 110 (( 01) cents. Fat Hogs llciiOc;
veal I a 1 i ?n (JO (I tl)() 00 pol IkukI.
IJiiic Urialiton. 10 ii lie i lb. Couulii
lots, 01 ii 10c. Calfskins Sc. i 20c per lb.
l a won . . $ tl '.i(- i Hi.
I'flif. -CO Gij a (0 Cj each.
li()S'H). M.lltlCKT. fM'ii. K
Kliiur, -The 1'lour niarl.et has- been unite
dull the past week and piices have eased oil', al-
tliougli we notice a stencner iceiuig at tlie i-Iom-.
Jobbers are purchasing only m small lots as
wiinteil, but as prices are now comparatively low
uu tin margin is against Western millers, ro
ccivers are not ilisposcil to malio iuttlier con
ci ssionn, T..c .-ales have been at 7.;5(l a S for
Western .Superline ; S,2.5 a 0 for common extras;
0..5M a lti.nil for inediiun extras, up toSll a l,:5ll
for baUers' bialids ; sll,,50 a 10 l'or White. Wheat
.Michigan, Ohio and Indiana, the latter an ex
treme ligure, very good brands .Michigan selling
at ii pr bbl. Illinois Flour has been in mod
erate demand at if 12 a It, and St, J.ouis at $12 a
5 pr barrel, including cry choice brands at the
hit ier rate. .Southern Flour is ipiiet at J-12 a 11
5o, including family brands llicliinoiul and 1! ilti
muie ; I.awience Mills at ?10,50 a 1 1.C0, and lios
tnn city $10 a 15 pr bbl. Corn Meal has been in
fair diinand at fii,12', a 0,2.5 pr bbl.
(lain, '1'he marfiet tor Corn is iptiti linn,
with a steadi but moderate demand for the
tr ide. The sales of Southern and Western Yel
low have been at fl,:W a 1,01 ; i.nd Western
inked at sl,2sj a 1,02 pr bush., ineludii g fair and
cho.ee lots, Oats ai c lllllier, most of the pour
lots having been bought up. 1'he sale- hue
been at 70 a Klic pr bush, including Wistun and
Noitht.ru. Inline the sales haie been couliiud
to small lute, at ' $1,0.5 a 1,70 pr bush .Shuils
liaM' been selling at $20 iv 00; Finn Feed $05 a
00 : ar.d Middlings are scarce and prices are
Provisions, -The linuliet for Pork is firm and
prices lime adiauced. The salt s have been at
ti a 21,00 lor extra piime ; $2!),.r0 a 00 for mess,
and $03 a 01 tor clear and extra clear. Heel' is
unite dull and tho demand has been limited,
bides at $ ID a 15 fur poor mess ; j.18 a 21 for good
mess ; $21a 20 for extra nit a ; and :2:i a 2H lor
family, l.ard is linn and h". advanced, with a
bi tier demand. Hales at 20c a 20 e pr lb for
steam and Kettle rendered. Smoked ll.uns have
been in fair demand at lKc a 20c lor Western
and Huston and 21c a 22u for fancy Western.
Drubbed ilogs are selling at 10lc a He pr lb.
li oil mi-. Tho niatket for" choice flutter is
lirm as the article is -dill ipiitu scarce, but then
is a fair supply of other grades. The sales of
New York and Vermont dairies have been at idc
a 12o for good and choice, borne strictly choice
lots at an advance on thu latter rate ; and com
mon and fair from 0.5c a OSc pr lb, as to nuality.
No Canada or Western of an, coiiseipiuiicu in
market and prices are nominally Olio a 10c pr lb.
Cheese ii a shade easier and has been m mod
erate demand. The bales have been at l;le a 1.5c
lor fanners' dairiis, anil 15c a 10jc for factory.
White Deans are dull mid unsettled and prices
have declined materially. Wo ipiute Dim- pud
and Marrow at i0,GO a 1, and extra Pea at f 1,2.5 a
1,50 pr bush. Canada Peas range from $1,70 a
2 pr bush. Potatoes havo been arriving more
tleely and selling at $2 a 0 pr bbl. Onions are
h.ililiir -it .1 lll'lllll i'lr.ru n ! ill ill. 11111 till Mllll
I prices have advanced to"27e a 20o pr dozen.
GtO TO WM. N. SMITH A- CO'S for Grav,
f Patent Moulded Collar. ' '
Ctl.OTlIINQ, Clothing for Spring at
WM. N SMITH A CP'S.
1" .OltNDW bPllIKd SUIT.S OF ADD KINDS,
call at W.M. N. .SMITH .V CO'S.
13 ANTS and yest, all kinds, at
Y.M, N. SMITH .1 CO'S.
"En SPUING STVM5 OF soft ' "ATK, ko to
JL' W M. N. SMlili ,V CO h.
"1 0 TO WM. A. SMITH V CO'S lor all kind,
OUTIIS Clothing of all kinds at
MAl JN.HJUTH .V. CU
MR. H. I. PROCTOR,
T I I. I. Vi siiinr hi !i -.Mm i lljinll the I'illlio.
Y Uiiiii. ilaimom, and in oeal Music, on
Sept. 10th, IMS. Applications may ho left at
Mr. Proctor's llooma, No. I. Smith's block, or at
his IloardiiiK-l'laee, at Mr. 11. 1). Hopkins, South
Main Street. lOOdlit.
PIANO FOR SALE.
II. rilOCTOl! Iiiir lor sale, at n vf.iiv Low
1 1. n.vri:, n i cry tine Piano
7 1-1 octave. ltoe
WOOII ease, raiM'il leus,
Ac. : M nnnfaclured hy
(he Coiled Pi mo Forte
I n.. AMI lol'K. Those
,i,.8jr,in- of pur hacitii,' ai.intio onld do well to
call at Mr. rinour's i ms, Xo. 1. Smith's islocl,,
h.'iore iuu!ia.-iiii,' ei-ewhere. Mr. Proctor has
.. 1.... i .......... Jr. l-i i t. li...... ...1.1
.oo UH ni'lli ini mt'im,;iv , oiiiif., uuti iuiiri
of the Boston I'latio Manufiietodcii. and is pre-
iiareii lo mi. r rianoHanil rnrinr nrfjans ai vcrv
low rates. IiiOdtf
" ALDIS HALL."
Rnntwlinri nurl ffix Qnlmnl ?i
"WUI V I I I JJ (III U l J V MIUUI
rniu; PAbT. ti:km ihii uu wkI'NKsday,
1 Sr.Pl'HMBKlt nth. lsns.
MISS STONK. an accomplished teacher, will
take ehnruo ot the cases 111 vocal and tietru
l'or terms. Ac, address
J. W. PAY I. OH, A. M.,
ST- ALBANS ACADEMY.
mllK PALL Tl'KM of tlie ST. ALBANS
JL ACAIHJMY, and its Preparatory Depart
metit, will begin on
WEDNESDAY, SKPTKMBKK 2nd,
With better facilities for instruction than ever
J. S. V. TAYLOK,
1 MM! 2:11-1. Principal.
rmHK C0PAUTNK1!S1I1P in the Insurance
I X business heretofore eistiu between Dew
I ey and Noble, and S. K. Cioldsnntli, under the
, firm iiaiuo of Dcwey.N'oblu A: Co. is this day dis
1 solved bv mutual consent.
I DKWI'.Y.v. NO ILL.
S. K. GOLDSMITH.
St. Albans, VI. August 1st IKIIH.
OS d .V w tf.
"VTOTICD is herehv given that the lirm of
!A Smith A- Foster is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent. All claims against the said linn
and all debts duo will bo settled at tho old stand.
No. 2, Darrow Dlock, Call and settle as early as
convenient, and oblige
L. Mel). SMITH,
OKOliOF. D. F'OSTKlt.
St. Albali-, Sept. 1, lSOH. OSd.twtf
TVot tM C Disjoin Mori.
rpilH partner.'-hi) heretofore existing between
.1. Win. Locke mid Louis Mcl. Smith, under
the lirm name of Locke iV Smith, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. All dc'jts due the
former l'n-ni must l- paid at their old place of
business. WILLIAM LOCKK,
LOUIS McJ). SjllTH.
St.Alb.it s, March IS. KS07. 157-tf.
TvlSSOLUTlON The copartnership hercto
1 lore existing under the name of VVvinan .V
lluntiugt'in is by mntual cincnt this dayil's.
solvitl. All accounts with said linn must be
settled imuiedialuly. Dither partner is author
ized to receipt for tho same.
K. II. HUNTINGTON.
St. Alpaus, Keb. 10th, 1808.
Tho watch and jewelry business in all it bran
ches will be continued, with promptness, and in
a workmanlike, manner as heretofore, bv
IS hereby given that Application will be made
to tin General Assembly of the Stale ot Ver
mont at its next Annual Session for an Act to
Incorporate a Ferry Company, to lie called by
the name of the Missistpioi Day Ferry Company,
together iiith a grant of right to the same to
establish and maintain a Ferry between tho
Towns of Hwanlun, Fianklin County, Vt., and
Alburgh, Grand Isle Countv, Vt.
"VTOTICK is hereby given that application will
Li ho made to tho general assembly of tho
State of Vermont at its next Annual Session for
an act to incorporate a Ferry Company to bo
called by the name of the St. Albans,' Pitts
burgh, and Grand Isle FViry Company, for the
purpose of establishing a Steam Perry between
St. Albans in tin- County of Franklin, 'Vermont,
anil Platisburgh, in Clinton County. Now York,
with intermediate stopping places n't the Islands
in Lake Champlaiii.
A. O. DDAINHlil).
St. Albans, August 13, 1K0S. 220-tf
rj to FAKMKllS AND OIU'.DS.- The subscii b
.L ers having purchased andlitted up in good
order, the Woolen Mill at Siiauton Falls, for
lilerly known as Piatt's Factor), are now pre
pared to manufacture Cloths or Yarn for cus
tomers, or exchange the same for wool. A lib
eral share of patronago solicited, and satisfac.
N. D. Ollicc in south end ol Factory, where
mav be found the bunks and accounts u'fthe Into
lirm ot Piatt ,v HiukL v.
210-tf .IliaOSA HINKLI'.Y.
Good Dairy Farm
lOD SALD IN MOlilllSTOWN, within one
X half mile of Moi ristown village.
Farm contains about eighty-live acres of good
land, sixty acres eh and, and the lemaii tkr
Four hundred Sugar or Maple trees, with Sap
Tubs and Sugar Utensils.
A young Apple Orchaid of about 150 trees,
mostly in bearing.
House 30 x -10, in good repair, with good cel
lar. Darn 32 x 01, with cellar under the whole
and in good repair. Dunning water at house
and barn, and pastures well watered.
Forty tons of hay cut from twenty acres will
he sold with the farm if desired.
Seven Cois, 5 yearling heifers, 10 sheep, and
a span ot good imik burses will be sold with tho
place if disiietl, and all farming tools.
All to be sold verv cheap fur cash.
W. II. POWDPS,
Morristown, Aug. 1,5, 1S0S.
Farm for Sale.
rilHK subse iber otVeis lor sale his farm lying
J. in West ford, in the County ot Chitteiijen,
containing two bundled and tiit uty-llve acres.
Buildings all new. Location uu a good road
ouo mile from tho village ; near school ami
church, well icuccd -running water to the house
and barns an abundance of Irult. Two good
sugar orchards ; all the Farming, Dairy anil
Sugar tools, Also, with or without wlock on tho
farm. The above farm will keep forty cows and
team through the year, l'or further particulars
impure of tho Httbscriber on the premises.
JOSKPH D. CHASD.
Weslford, June 22d, IbOS. i!23wtf.
WATER POWER FOR SALE.
TIMID Subscriber oilers for sale, tho heat
L W.vnai Povi:ii on Piko IDvcr, good Dam
uml Three Acres of Land.
Also, a two-story houte, out-buildings, Ac.
Also, a Farm of 1 10 Acres, with good buildings.
This property is situated at Dedford, P. ().,
within two miles of Stanbridge Station, and is
one of the bust points for lun-iiiess in tho dis
trict. For particulars inquire at the TjtANsrisiiT Of
fice, or of tho pioprietor on tho premises.
N. S. DDOWN.
Dedford, P. (., Aug., 4, 18IM, 228-0w
rniUCOT Sacks at WM. N. SMlUt A CO'S.
7UU SPTnu St'VLEsOF PAN'IS AND VEST'
JO call at
W.1I. JN. SJUTll iV CUM,
FARM FOR SALE
The subscriber being in poor health will soil
hlsiaim in Iraslnugh. situated about one mile
from Coventry village containing one hundred
and 0.5 acres of land, in an excellent slate o
cultliatioii, has a good orchard of one hundred
I i-i-cs, is well watered, good buildings, is well
fenced, has a good sugar orchard, free from
stones, right of soil, land is one of the best bar
gains in the county. Terms very easy.
, , , CIIA1ILKS CIlAMl'lUltLIN.
lraHhurgh, Sept. I. IPCS. M8-232.
Farm tor Sale.
Q1TU.YTU1) ill the cast purl of .Sheldon, on a
O branch of the Missistpioi Itiver. well known
as the Joel Whitney farm, containing 00(1 acres,
from CO to 75 acres Interval laud. Tho farm is
capable of keeping 50 cows, 50 sheep, a team Ac.
Wood and timber land enough lor the farm. A
(lood Sugar orchard of 1000 trees, sugar tools
Ac Two gooil dwelling houses situated oppo
site, one brick and ono wood. A dairy-house
and apparatus lor the manufacture of' butter
and cheese. Good running water at both hous
es, dairy-house and barn. Thi- farm is about
5 or 0 miles tl om the celebrated Springs. Fi.r
further particulars enquire of flic miner on the
premises WILLIAM 11LLSS.
Kail Sheldon, Aug. 18, 1808. 2,'30ivtf
TO iWlltV" ""'
V.' given Sept.,
access, and very
Piooms or oillces.'
College Dooms j possession
1st. Three Dooms easy of
pleasant situation for Club
W.M. N. SMITH.
St. Albany Aug. I), 18GS.
1 ' I.KAVHXS, Successor to 11. 11. Dow
JL.J, man. Flour and drain Merchant. Choice
brands ot Flour always on hand at low prices.
Si. Albans, .May 1.5, 18IJS. 3d-tf
Ml- 1 I f Im,i,1mi,..,.1V V.,... II........ ..f MIJul
ipioi Springs, is now ready lor tlie leccplion of
A Superior article of Graham Flour, for salt
at the store of DAHNKS ,1 CltOWLHV,
d33-tf Lake Street.
' HA VK this day given my son Thomas Lagro
.L bis time duiin the remainder ol his niinoii
tv, ami shall pay no debts of his contracting nor
claim an of his wagis fiom this date.
Knosbiirgh, Sept. 7th, 1S0S.
Sajh-ki, Mavnaiii) Li:WIS L-v LAGItO
1 have made arrangements to ltirnish Pianos,
Organs, and Melodians, from the best Manufac
tures in tho country. liistriir,i"iits tiro fully
warranted. A written guarantee given, speci
fying that they shall fully sustain their tone,
and not get out of older for live vcars.
II." L. SAMSON.
St- Albans, Vt., June, 1808. '22'2-3in
BitiiCK ii WHTHEHHEiO'S FOR
SALT, AC, AC.
TrHDi SPUING STYLE OF SILK HATS, call at
J - WM '. SMITH & i.
I'liu'iiix .Mutual Li lb Insurance Co.,
OF ILARTFOIU), CONN.
A favorable opportunity is presented to ener
getic and reliable business men who can devote
tln ir eiitiro time to tho business, to represent
Ibis old. staunch, and most successful Lite Com
pany, in unoccupied territory in tho State ol
Vermont. Tho many popular features peculiar
lo the Phtenix Mutual, and the great advantages
it otters to the insuring public -ltufrcudiuu from
restrictions on travel and occupation its non
forfcitablu policies its liberal premium system
the economy of tho niaiiag nient, audits large
annual dividends, render it tho most profitable
Cum any to Agents desirous of realizing a hand
some competency bv their enterprise and ener
gy. Apply to (!. L. DAIil'OCK,
State Agent Plneuix Mutual Life Ins. Co.
dfi-tf Union Dlock, Dutland, Vt.
1 F.NTS' FUHNIKIIING GOODS OF ALL
KINDS, von will lind at
iVM. N. SMITH A CO'S
FOIl ONE DOLLAE !
TSTD SELL DltESS PATTEHNS, PANT Pat-
y tents, Webs, Cotlon Cloth, Shawls, Car
petings, Sheetings, Dry and Fancy Goods, Ac,
Ac. Circulars .Sen! Ifice, giving full palticu
lars: ur Twelve I'lici !ts sent for One Dollar,
describing twelve, dillercnt articles which wo will
sell for Due IJullm- Klicll.
i.er Ladies and gentleiiu u wanted as Agents,
to whom tho most liberal inducements are offer
ed, and satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
CIIAS. LETTS A CO.,
01 it l!(1 VKUKHAI. STREET,
208-ly Doston, Mass.
JEW CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS, JUST
receiveii WM. is. SJiirn .v uu s,
WANTED.- An Agent to make a thorough
canvass of Franklin County in behalf of
that old and reliable Life Insurance Company,
The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford
Conn. Liberal terms to an active, cnergctio
man. Address. N.G.AXTELL,
Peru, Clinton Co., X. Y.
General Agent fur NorthernXoiv York iiiulA'cr
'nitUNKR OF ALL KINDS ; TRAVELLING
1 Dairs of all kinds, at
WM". N. SMITH A CO'S.
-ROYS, GOTO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S FOR
XJ YOUK SPD1NU CLOTII1NU.
'or tin1 Vtrmout JYnincrijt,
Pierce no Better.
Trial of Whalen.
Coxconn, N. H., 10.
Ci'oiiornl Piorcc remain nbout the sniut!
ns yestenlay ; there is no imrtieulnr
eluuige hut it is now supposed the erisiH
will be reached during tlie day, and
slight hopes arc entertained that ho
Nnw York 10.
The trial of "Whalen ntOtlawa was re
sumed yesterday. Detectives Cullen,
and 1 less testified as to a conversation
they heard in jail between Whalen and
Doyle wherein "WMialen acknowledged
that lie shot AlcCee. Other witnesses
gave evidence highly unfavorable to
the prisoner. Tlie ease of the prosecu
tion lias closed at six o'clock the court
adjourned till to-day when the defence
begins. "Whalen has lost the defiant
air lie assumed and appears anxious and
uneasy. Scarcely n doubt is entertained
of his conviction.
Hunt a, Fee dates of the 8th state that
tho election for members of tho State
Legislature resulted in two thirds of
that body being elected by tlie republi
cans Weather muggy and stormy. Rained
IMPORTANT TO SOLDIlSlS
rnilOSK 1NT15KHSTKIJ AUK IIKUKIiY
J. notified that I am ajjent to transact nil busi
ness ncrtaiiiii.K to pensions, bounties and back
nay. Claims ot the sibovo nature can bo nre.
hcnted, and their ulloivances obtained, hy anpyl
iiiKto WM. lilUDGES.
St. Albans, May 10th. I8C0.
NEW It ABIES tOR3B
Opposite Store of Saxe A Place in building
formerly occupied by S. S. A .1. A. Ilcdard. La
dies Mill find hero a complete and choice assort
ment of l-'iincy Dry goods iust received from
mm knt, such as
Fringes all colors,
Fans, a rich lot.
Valencienes and Thread Lace
A nico lino of French Cambrics and Fancy
Lawns. A new Kid Glovo which surpasses any.
thiiii; yet brought into this market, and ?rnr
ranlud. All of which will ho sold nt reasonable
prices. Ladies will Hud it to their advantage to
call and exainiuo for themselves.
Dicss and Cloak making in all its varieties
under the skillful supervision of Miss Ellmi
.Moore, long and favorably known to thu inhabi
tants of this village and vicinity.
Agent for WILCOX A GIMl'S Zoning Machines.
1-d-th L. p. ICiMi-ro.N.
THE ST. ALBANS BRIGADE BAND
Are pi epared to furnish music for
And on other occasions where Hand and String
Music- is reiiuired.
UVrtcrs addressed to
GEORGE E. KINSLEY,
W . H . SMITH,
At tho Treniont House, will rccoivo prompt at
n ew stagITrrangement.
ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868,
Will run from St. Albans to Sheldon, as fol
low h :
Leave St. Albans ovei v day at 2 o'clock p. in.
Arrive at .Sheldon at I o clock p. in.
Leave Sheldon at 8 o'clock a. m. Arrive at St.
Albans at 10 o'clock a. m.
II. JENNISON, Proprietor.
tit. Albans. May 23th, 1808. dlC-tf
iiS.3HBE. S. HYDE,
di:ai.i:h in ai.i, kinds ok
First Class Groceries ! !
DA H HOW W.OCK, ST. AlillANS, VT.
Consisting in part of
"TECK Ties and Scarfs, of all kindia r.t
1 ' W5L N. SMITHACO'B.
SACK COATS roil SPUING, go to
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
SACK Coatu. in ovcry ntylu at
WM. N. SMITH & CO'S,