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ST. AIjDAXP, VT.
Satchday, Kki'tbmbhu II). ISO?.
ahmvai. oi' l'Assrxnr.n tiiains,
From the South and Eaat, 5,43 a. in., 10.50 a. m
0, p. in., H,oo ji. in.
1-r-tm Bourn's Point ami West, C.50 a. in., 11,
ifiO a in.. 7 1 it. in.
From Monti cal, 11 Id a. in., i id p.m.
I unrAiiTfiir. or lussnxann tiiains.
For tht South anil East, 020, 8-15 a. m., 12 00
in . H (10 n. in.
For ltoiihi'H Point anil Went, 00.") a.m. 11 00
I a. m. 0 3 ) p, in.
1 or Montreal, i in u. in., ii ;u p. in.
DAILY AIIU1VAI. Of SfAOKH AT ST. AI.I1AKH.
From Swcetsburgh anil Franklin, 700 p. m.
From Bichford unci Sheldon, 000 p. m.
From Sheldon, 10 00 a. in.
From Dakcrslield, 11 00 a. in.
daily DcrAiiTrni: or staoiis rnoM bt. ai.hah.
For Franl.llii and Sweetsburgh, 7 HO a. in.
For Sheldon mid Itichford, 8 00 n. ill.
For Shi lilon, 2 M) p. in.
For Baku-sudd. 1 00 n. in.
.Staj.( cull at the scU'l-al hotel's ill town. Stage
..H.rt. n nl II. r. "vi.iii.iii. Ilf.nwo
cLosiso or mr. mails.
Mails lor Now YorU close at 5 00 a. m. and 7 00
Mails lor Huston close at fi a. in. and 000 lt.tn.
Mails for Albaiiv and tho W'ctt dose at 0 CO a. in
Mails for Canada close at i i (I a.m.
Southiru and Northern way mail cluso at fi OH
rpill' Y M. C A. meets every Monday ovenitiR
I at tin i r lo.iiiis over Win. N. Smith's Store,
vlalu Stlvi t.
j C'li'Miipl.iiii Chapter No. 1, 1! A. M. meets th"
iuki i uiiMi.iy evening in eacn nioiun, at
h ir hii'l in Wluvler'K block, MainStrret.
( iluiuh'ts Co.incil No. 1, it. .VS. M. meets the
I ;r nl i 1 in 'Kiln v I'vetihiL' ill each month, .it
lid 1..1M l'l Wbei let's ill'icli.
, Franklin Lodge No. 1, F. A- A. M., meets tie'
lisv lt-illlia i;i i' i'iuiil; in niin iiitiiiiii hi imn
lall in l moil Block, Alum Street.
I Jimi sl.v Lodge .Ml. 81 r. . A. M. meets me
tuurth Wednesday ovening in each month, at
ii r ha in I moil ISIocK. Alain hired.
t, I. I nllll 1 Olllll.llll, lUllljiu in ii.'iii't tin. i imuin
j'Virv Tuesday evening at their Hall in H trues
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ilocl., l.al.e Street.
.' St. Albans Lodge No 3'.', I. O. of G. T. meets
1 virv Fridav evening at their Hall ill Barnes
iloeli, Lake Street.
ltiKim.' Sun Lo lire N(.. 8 I. O. of 0. T. meets
l i ... .11 n..
St. John the'liaptist Benevolent Society (Cn
j adian) meets on tlio lirst and third WoiIiicmI.iv
" veiling of each month at their hall over K. II.
i Iiintington's Store.
' '1',. A.I, 11.... 'l'l,V,.i.iN,v.niiiv,i'nlti.
nii'T has the largest circulation in St. Albans
nd in Fraiilihn County, of any daily paper, and
' on that account, if no other, the best medium
Cti)" Interesting matter, original or se-
'CCtcd, may always be found on the fust
Oi'u Daily. Those wishing to secure
. mtifia iC .mi' fln!I ii'iimr mill tt en of.
. Icrrifield's and Baker's bookstores, a
l.vell as of carriers, and at the otllce.
Mmi nl. riioo mnins
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Dhvilud Ham. Try it.
At II. L. Samson'.s & Co.
Rkv. Dit. Bisskll, Bishop of the Dio
esc of Vermont, will make ii is lirst visi
ation at St. Luke's Church, St. Albans,
i mi Sunday next, and hold a conlirma-
lon service in tho evening at 7,30 i.iu.
Good Oxkx. A. B. Hardy, of Potton,
O ninmillv tinlil ir. Ii1 Ci 1lnilivr.il
Vi oiansietui. a pair oi oxen, iour years
i J 1 1 .1 i i i i 1 1
jl lumui luiiiiikiiiiiv. iiiui i.i.
i. natclicit, lor
New Slati: Quahky. Messrs Adams
j .nd Brown, a few days since, opened a
.lew epiarry of slate, near their factory
. '.. 1 1 .. j
'J Tin: match game of base ball, at Sliel
tlon yesterday, betweon a picked nineol
Vif the Sheldon Club and nine of the
170 1 . .-i fC Gf A I niiia l'nDii Hnil in - i r
irocen furnished us for iiublication
, t s
PitoK. BiLiiixas, of NcwYor , invites
ill innt'in Ifwiiire tnrtl i f nnmn fr tlin
nnlnni ITull f It ic Rn f n win fiA'oi Imr lit
- --v v' J ' o
"j'lls Adjusted Musical Scale for learning
.osingby note. Admission tree lor all
..vho wish to take part in singing.
A section of liirlit artillery has been
In " "
, organized at Townshend and furnished
" jy the State with a pair of twelve-
3 pounder brass guns, and the usual eoni-
i. plements and uiiiiormsproviueu uy ine
1 State militia law. II. A. Scott is Lieut.
Deviled Ham. Try it.
At H. L. Sampson's, & Co.
Union, in speaking of this River, says :
t,riio stream Is not a large one, but fur
i.. .. . --iii...i
5, nisnes motive power 10 many nuns aim
y (manufactories, and is therefore regarded
1 Willi very Kiiuuy iccmigs uy uiu mii.iui
,J,tants. Tho railway is oblisrod to cross it
I fnbout SO times in 2o miles, and in one
A6ccuon oi v nines inero are ii images,
, averaging oo ieei in lengui.
Wo learn from
that Dr. S. D.
the Rutland Herald
Hazen, of East Wullingford, was thrown
from his horso on Thursday morning,
jwhenonhis way to visit a patient in
Mt. Holly, and seriously, if not fatally
injured. His horse stepped on a rolling
stone and stumbled, throwing the rider
, over his head, and trampling and falling
on him. Tho Doctor is very much man
VKRMOTsTT DAITV TR AN8CBTPT, SKPTlrRKR If), 180S.
!k'(1 a,,(nl1 uiul n llinli fwirfiilly
simiilu,(i(fll0t inottoii, mid It Is feared
lie has ausliiiiiod jovoro intonml in
jury. Ho lies in a very erltienl condi
tion. Mr. Even Severance, of Mlddlebury,
an old gentleman of about eighty year
of age, met with a severe accident on
Tuesday evening, lie was residing with
hi s (en-in-law, Col. Kuai'P, and rising
to answer a ring at the door, made a
mistake, and, going thiough the cellar
door, instead of the outside door, he fell
to the bottom of a lo g lllght of stairs,
and was severely injured. A severe
bruise upon tho hip and chet and a
gash on the head being the worst of hiB
hurts. Dr. Itose is attending him, but
his recovery is doubtful.
L. Fanisoii's & Co.
Ditowxni) IIisrsj2M On the after
noon of Wednesday last, Patrick Con-nani-hlon,
of this nlace, brouirht in and
left at our olllce, a while felt hat, with
the name of H. V. Field dimly written
on tlie outside wilh a pencil, lie said
he found the hat on thcrijxhl bank o.'
Otter i reek, a few lods above where
East Creek intersects, anil that a small
stick was placed on the rim of the hat,
as if to keep it ftom being blown awav.
Since then we learn that U. V. Field, of
this place, left home that afternoon in a
state of despondency, and was seen go-
iiil; ill uiu UUUCLIOll Ol WIICIO 1110 Hill WHS
found, lie left a note at his house di
rected to his wife, savimr that his hoi v
could be found in Otter Creek. Search
was made on Wednesday afternoon, and
on Thursday afternoon Mr. Chester
KiiiL'sle.v not his'n-aiiDliiiir hook attach
ed to something, and" found it was the
body ot the late Air. Field. He was
found two or three rods below where the
hat was found, and where the water was
eighteen foot deep. Hutluml Courier,
A Ilnuo Paui'KU. There is a town
pauper S2 years of age in Middletown,
who was in the battle of Luke Erie, was
one of tho seven that rowed Commodore
Perry from the Lawrence to the Niaga
ra, received three wounds in the action,
ami carries in his chest a ball that he
received on that day.
GllAXl) ItAIil.Y AT PtjATTSISUItGII.
The Republicans of Clinton County, N.
are arranging for a grand Rally at
Pittsburgh, on the 7th of October.
Arrangements have been made to se
cure the attendance of our Vermont Re
publicans in large numbers and there
will be a grand Republican Jubilee of
the people on both sides of the Lake ; it
will be addressed by Gen. Sickles, Sena
torWilson, Senator Edmunds, Judge Po
land, and a number of other able speak
ers. The railroads and steamboat com
panies have agreed to transport pas
sengers on most liberal terms, and Ver
mont will send an immense delegation
to this meeting.
DnviijHi) Ham. Try it.
At H. L. Sampson's & Co.
Tin: Woodstock Standard announces
the deatli of Stephen Raymond, an old
and well known citizen of Pom fret, who
died on the 10th, at the age of 70 years.
lie had been in failing health for several
months and about two weeks before his
death experienced a shock of p alsy.
Nashy Tx St. Joiinsbuiiy. Mr.
D. It. Locke (Petroleum V. Nasby,
P. M.) will deliver his lecture entitled
'Cussed Bo Canaan," in St. Johnsbury
on tho evening of the 0th of October.
Tun Northern Association ofUniver
salists hold their annual meeting at St
Johnsbury on Wednesday and Thurs
day of next week.
CENTENrAL. AXXIVEHSAKY. The CC11-
tenial annviversary of the old south
church at Windsor, will bo calebratud
on Monday next, Sept. 21. The exerci
ses will be somewhat as follows : A
commemorative aO-rc?s, by Rev. Asa-
D. Smith, D.D., President of Dartmouth
College. An historical address, by the
present pastor of the church ; an origin
al poem, written for tho occasion; a pub
lic dinner, with such brief speeches, per
sonal reminiscences, fcc, as those pre
sent may oiler.
Canadian Items. The St. Johm
Xrws says : Among I ho premiums
awarded on harnesses at the Provincial
Exhibition now being held at Montreal,
wo are pleased to notice that Mr. John
Gough, of Bedford, received two lirst-
class prizes. One was for a very elegant
single harness, with now style of trim
niings. and another for an excellent
thought harness. Wo congratulate Mr
Gough on this satisfactory testimony to
the superiority of his workmanship.
Mr. Sullivan, of St. Johns, caught re
cently, a few miles below tho town, a
largo black eagle (whitehead) weighing
forty-five pounds, and measuring 0 feet
8 inches from tho tips of his wings. The
eagle was secured alter considerable dif
ficulty, and is still alive.
Among the names familiar to our
readers of successful competitors at tho
Provincial Exhibition, we notice those
of tlio Hon. A. B. Foster and E. Longly
of Waterloo ; M. II. Cochranoand Peter
Robinson, of Laeollo; M. McNiuighton
Godnuuicho ter: P. II. Moore, W. H
Kriuis, and II. S. Troop, St. Armands
Both Mr. Cochrano and Mr. Foster car
ried away a host of prizes. Ncivs.
The Shrhlnii Ft nr.
Our expected report of the third day's
proceedings ofthe Sheldon Falrlias full
ed to come to hand, which we much re
gret. The dny was mostly taken up in
thetilal of sliced horses, l'or i he lirst
purfcc of 50, open to all horces owned
in Franklin County, there wore two en
tries : Lady Flora, owned by Peter Mc-
Ennany, and Gipnle Witch, owned by
Mr. Chadwlek. Lady Flora won the
purse ; time, 2.-10.
For tl e (second purse of $35, open to
all hoies in Franklin County that never
trotted for a first-class purse, there were
live entries, viz. : Limber .Mm, Thomas
Tierney ; Nimrod, John F. Draper; and
hoies owned respectively hv Julius
llalbert, Lawrence Bralnerd, itndF. N
Johnson. Limber Jim won the race.
The lunnlng race for $25, oi en to all
horses owned in the County, was easily
won by Lady Hall in three straight
The Fair has been a success pecuniar
ily and otherwise, which must bo grati
fying to tlio managers. We shall pub
lish a list of the premiums as soon as
furnished by the Secretary.
Splendid Fituir. G. W. Whitlock,
of Burlington, who unites to his busi
ness of supplying tlio Slate with the
Lsst and hardiest fruit trees a thorough
love of haiid-ome fruil, exhibited at the
rair, at Sheldon, a line store of porno-
logical wealth. A year ago he exhibit
ed at the American Hotel, in this place,
one of the finest collections of apples,
pears, grapes, plums, etc., selected from
orchards and gardens in oui own village
tnd county ; showing that as line spec
imens of niaiii kinds of fruit can be
grown here as one will often find ; and
specially is this true of the llavor of
such fruit as nourishes out of doors in
this region. Mr. Whitlock showed at
our fair this year forty-six varieties of
ipples: thirty-two varieties of pears,
intl twenty-one varieties of grapes; all
being varieties suited to this latitude.
The same intelligence which our fann
ers display in breeding some of tho best
beep, and in making butter which is
famous for quality as wel' as price,
would, if exercised in the cultivation of
fruit, secure to each ordinarily a good
upply and variety of fruit, as the ex
hibition by Mr. Whitlock of so many
specimens of "home-made" varieties
fully demonstrates. The season is near
it hand when the hurry of farm world
is nearly over, and the lime to trans
plant fruit trees begins. A small outlay
ind a little timely attention will enable
ill who have a few rods of land to put
themselves in the way of drinking cider
while they eat tho pulp of their own
healthy fruit, and take a little wine for
the stomach's sake, hidden in the " su-
ar-coatcd pill" of luscious grapes. Let'
those who have land and children en
courage thoir rliilclrcn to plnnt, mid
tend, and raise fruit. It will pay in a
i i i ii . i (
liuiiurea ways sonic twenty, some
sixty, and .some a hundred fold."
Fuirox Mahket. Just received, a
nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hams,
Bologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, To-1
inatoes, Pears, Peaches, Water Melons
ind Musk Melons. dtf-94
The palm of superiority is awarded to
Mrs. S. A. Allen for her Improved (new
tyle) Hair Restorer or Dressinuc. (in one
bottle,) and a grateful public appreciates
tlio very low price. One Dollar. Every
Druggist sells it. 4v
Tin: Guuat Music Hai.l Okqax.
Since tlio introduction ot thin noblu in
strument, a higher standard of organ
music lias been presented to the public,
mil every Wednesday and Saturday
noon, people from dillercnt portions of
tlio country, who happen to be journey
ing through the city, gather to listen 'to
tlio tones of the grand King of Instru
ments, and thus the taste for a purer
style of organ music lias, in a tk-gree,
been created, jwon tnose wiio nave
loiitf studied the piano are beginning to
desire a class of niusio with sustained
chords and suspended harmonies, and
manv are introducing into their homes
the American Organs, manufactured by
D. & 11. W. Smith, of Boston, with
which thw excellent organ pieces may
bo so linclv rendered and enjoyed in the
parlor, lnese instruments nave alba
really assisted in elevating me taste
toward a better class of music, and have
been very ellhient in developing the
latent talent in tho home circle. JJos-
PintuviAN SYitui'. This valuable
medicine has been silently making its
way into public lavor by tlio numerous
remarkable cures it has performed. Its
singular elllcacy is owing to the protox
ide of iron, which lemains unclianged
in the preparation, and is tlio only lorm
in which this vital element of healthy
blood can be supplied.
Nkvi:k too Lath to Mi:ni.-
nearly ruining your hair by tlio
lard preparations, under the name and
gui.-e ot "oils," apply Jiarrett's vegeta
ble Hair Restorative, which not only
renews uvt restoies it to its original sou
nes-s and lustre. Tcrrc Haute Express.
Sciatica is a pain beginning at the
hip and follows tlio course of the sciatio
nerve, and is generally a puroly neural-
u o or nervous pain, 'lo euro it. use
Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil on the
painful parts, and also in tlio hollow ot
tho foot. If the blood bo in a low state,
a preparation of iron must be given at
tlio same time but tno Aiagic un mono
ETWnEN' l'ulton Marliet, St.
Alb nun, nnd
1 thu Buir Ground, or on it. a dark colored
niurroeco wallet, coiiiainiiijj S15I, and a receipt
Irom Hovcranco .V Co.. Boston, to K. C. Oullar.
Tho Under will recoivo a reward i.f 50 on return
in!' thu wallet to U. 0. G ALLAH.
St. Albans, 19th Sept., ISC3. nllltf
N vV FIRM
m B W GOODS I
Tho Old Clothing Stand I
NO. 2, DAFROW BLOCK,
Mel). SISTIIA: CO, ,
B(S i.riivi; (n sditc Hint, liy vlrt of
I riTfiit cliiiui'H niiiili-ul Nd. 2. Dunniv
lilncli. I lii y hit ,i. mri(l lo nAVr (ii tlio
(iiilillr a Slock "1
:itn im. (1 in vni li I. va nil style by any
Ulutliliit; Ilousi- In Ki ankllii County,
Compi-iflng a full lino of
Tho above entirely Now niul LatostSlylcs out.
Of every noiv Pattern anil .Style, Comprising
BEAVER, (German and American,
QUEECHY & CHEAP do.
A Jj S O
A Complete lino
C o m prising
(Plaid, Flannel and White.)
LINNEN & PAPER COLLARS,
NECK TIES & BOWS,
GLOVES, Buck & Cloth,
Of all :-iiids,
Of Scotch and American Goods.
Hats and Caps,
Of Every Variety in Market,
LONDON STIFF RIM,
Caps of every Style.
He suro and call early as desirable
goods are going last.
fiST Prices low for Cash.
Ii. JIc-I). SOUTH, ifc Co.
No. 2, Barrow Block, Main St. St. Albans Vt
" ALDIS HALL."
Boarding and Day School for Young
milK FALL THU JI will begin WEUMiiSUAl
L SlU'rHMBliU Dtli, lbUS.
MISS STONE, an accomplished teacher, will
take eliaruo 01 tno classes 111 vocai uuu imuu
Tor teniiK, fee, address
J. W. TAYl.OU, A. JI.,
1 O TO W.U. .N
SMI 1'U x
co'd mr Uiuy,
Patent Moulded Collar.
Goldsmith & Seavey,
EiEAL SNSHJAiVn: AGENTS
xoirriurAixst,, sr. aluaxs. vu
Lijo, Fire, Inland and Accidental
Insurance effected in licliablc
losses equitably adjusted and Prompt
Mil: si-uiNo hi'ym:
or SILK HATS, cull nt
W.M V. SMITH fj
I'litonix Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
A favoi-alile opportunity is presented to rtier
Ri'tir mill reliable lmsiiieH men ulm eati devote
tlieii- entire time to the InimtiesH, to repivHctit
thin old. Ht.uiiieh, and luos-t MieeesM'nl l.ile Com
pany, in nmienipied territory in the Statu of
Vermont. The many popular features peculiar
lo the rini'iiix Mutual, and the (,'ieal advantages
it ollei-.s to the iiiHitrlti;puhlicitn freedom Irom
lewtrietiiins on irael and occupation it non-i'm-i'i'ilahlc
policies--it.- 1 beral premium nyhtcm
the economy of the liialiatr nieiit, and its' lai'Ke
animal dividends, render it the most prolilable
Com any toAi;eiit desirous of leali.in a hand
some competency by their entcrpi ise ami ener
gy. Apply to C. I,. llAl'.rocK,
State Agent l'hienix Mutual l.il'elni. (Jo.
dO-tf Union lllocl;, U-.tland, Yt.
Mr. 1 I.. Ooiidspeed'H New House at Missi-
iM now rcaiiy ior me reception ol
A Snneiioi- article of Oraham l'loin-. lor mill.
at the store of 1IAKNES A- CltOWI.UV.
d:):i-tf l.akc Street.
New Store and New Goods,
C. R. PELL,
I SCO Ii L'K X VA lh.iC Iv ,
HA VI I just opened t ic largest block of Crock,
cry, enniprisiii',' all (ho new and desirable
patterns, rreiieh, China and lioheinian Fancy
and Table (ilass Ware, Cutlery and Plated Ware,
over offered in this County.
We also call attention to our Stock of
l-OliniClN AX1; UOMKSTIC U1!Y GOODK.
W1UTK GOODS, UNl'.NS,
NOTIONS AND SMiYUj WAIiH.
Tho nndersiKiied would lef I'eetfnlly annoillien
to the public that we hae adopted 'the C.11
SYsTKM, and ON1J 1'liICt:.
Dri&eol'a New UlocU.
hake St. St. Albans, Yt,
Aibans Dining Rooms,
LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS,
DOWNING & STEEEE
Fresh KaWimon; Oysters.
lteceivcd daily and Mipplied
to tho Trade at
ATTENTION ! !
Wo propose to fight it out on this lino
for the next
No 'Verms but Unconditional Surrender
Wc nmlic Peace by a vigorous
prosecution of THE WAR ! !
AGENTS WANTED in every Town, tocanvass.
Employment li r Gentlemen or Ladies.
individual, Town, Lounty or state junta mr
Letters l'atent were granted us August 113, tor
new device ior eatelinii: Hies, by winch any
ladv can rid her limine of those nestH, as readily
as she can dust her narlor. o carry on tlio
war according lo tho rules of civilized nations,
icsortinii to no I'oisons, Sticking l'lai-ler, or
Cheinical combinations, hut, like " Crocket
coon." thev come down. Wc live by ae'.iou- not
words 1 Gentlemen or Ladies, Till US. We
nrcxent you the best held and inducements fi r
canvai-hing to bo found in tho United States.
nimiiuieaiiuiis luiiiresseii 10 ua nu u-i vuu
2.!3-luod St. Allians, Yt.
rmiOMK ixtki:i2Stki Alii-: uiski-;isv
1 iiotilicd tl'nt I am mroiit to transact all buti
uchs pertauiii.g to peiihions, Douuties anil uaeu
pav. uiauns 01 wio uooo nuiuio uuu u jni--sented.
and their ullowauces obtained, by nppyl
' nrt mill tl I'll
t() l U. JlimUl.O.
St. Albans, .nay nun, lawn.
ITS TANTEI). All Au'ent to malie a tliorough
VV canvass of Erankliu County in behalt' of
that old and reliable Life Insurance Company,
The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford
Conn. Liberal terniH to an active, energetio
man. Address. A,u.A.UilJi,
IVru. Clinton Co.. N. Y
General Agent for Noi-theriiNovv York ami Ver
I O VO W.M. N. sriliTlI .V GO'S for tho Benus
Patent Sluipo Collar.
-TOOHNEW Sl'llING SUITS OE ALL KINDS
X! call at iu rv. s.AUTii a- cuy
IINEN Collars of every description at
1 W.M. N. SMITH A- CO'S.
FOB HPUINQ STYLES OE HATS AND CABS,
call on WM N. SMITH .V CO.
1ACK Coats, 111 overy stylo at
W.M. N. SMITH .t CP'S.
10MME!tOIAL College Booms; possession
1 ..ivf.il Kent., lbt. Three ilooins easy
access, and very pleasant situation for Club
Booms or oillces. WM. N. SMITH.
St. Albans, Amr. 3. 18CS. dTOtf
Lc. ENS, Louecessor 10 11. 11. Bow-
. man, l i vr v. ul Grain Merchant. Choico
brands of Flour w...vh on hand at low prices.
St. Albans, May 1j, im. 3d-tf
For the Virmoiit Tranwipt,
New Yonic, 10.
A special from Molz, l-'rance, last eve
uhnr rays (hat a closer examinalion of
the ruliiM of the nrt ridge Factory in
tho olllclal InvcHlignlion as to the num
ber of persons employed In the works,
led to tlio still more sorrowful conclusion
that -10 persons wore killed and 111) very
badly wounded In the explosion which
occurred this morning.
Nkw Vi.uk, Sept. 10.
Dr. Cold, of Dublin, arrived in this
clly on Thursday last firm the Arctic
regions, and gives some interesting par
ticulars of Hall's Arctic Research Ex--pedition.
('apt. Hall has ascertained
definitely (he circumstance of thedeath
ofthe last survivors of Sir .John Frank
Capl. Crosier and n steward of one of
the vessels died inlSiil, ncarSoulIiamn-
ton Island. Cant
urosier's watch nnd
other relies are in
Capl. Hall's posses-
sum, and lie was to start in Fnlu-nurv
March last with an armed pnrtv of na
tives and Europeans to secure some re
cord left by Franklin's men in Kinr
Washington, Sept. 10.
Messrs. Wade and Colfax both doubt
whether thc.e will be a quorum present
at noon on Monday, but Mr. Colfax says
in conversation that either House can
take a recess from time lo time until a
quorum arrives, thus exlendinir the
Legislative day of meeting indeiinitelv.
It is stated as the result of a Conference
it which Messrs. Wade, Colfax.
Schcnck.and others wore present, that
another recess shall he taken tilt Octo
There seems to be little doubt of secur
ing a quorum before the close of the Le
gislative day the 21sl.
Ni-;v Yonic, Sept. 10.
IN IO theliarn ot the St. AlbanslIon.se, on tho
8th iimt., a brown mare, ii or 1 veara old, 13
hands high, ono white foot and star in tho fore
head. The owner can have the fumo bv calling
at the St. Albans House and pavini; eha'rees, al
so paying lor this advertisement.
PIANO FOR SALE.
I'ltOCTOlt ban for sale, at a vi;i;y low
vn:, a very lino I'iano. 7 l-l iwhiv,. ii,,u.
wood case, carved Ioks, Ae. ; .Mniinfaeti!----f'''U
the bulled 1'iaim l urte Co.. nu- v.. no well to
.ikwsv'ir..".'",r-'a"hi!: a I. Sinilli's Block.
'"'ore "p, Iv.''"0 ;."r f'vhere. Mr. l'roclor has
also 11,0 afjeney lor Stemway .t Sons, and most
of tlio Boston i'iano Manufactories, and is pre
naied to oiler l'ianos and Bailor Orirans nl very
.... ...Ll '...
LCOK OUT FOR SPLIT TICKETS ! !
A BATCH OF TRUTH'S ! ! !
Wr. would respectfully call tho attention of
tho public, to our new and well selected assort
ment of Ball and Winter Clothing just received.
Comprising l'all nnd Winter Over-Coats of all
the different Stjles, also Black and Blue Tricot
Suits, Black Castor do., Brown Meltons do.,
Silk Mixil. and Fancy Casr. do. Got up in tho
latest style, rants alio vests 111 new ami desir
able patterns. Also a huge assortment of Bats,
anil (Japs, aiiapien 101 ran aim miner use.
Wc also have a largo assortment ot dents
Furnishing Goods, eonipiising Linler Shuts
nnd Drawers, 1'laiu ami Fancy I'iannel Over
Shuts, Buck Gloves, weeklies, Taper Collars
and everything comprising a First Class Furnish
ing Store. Also a large assortment of Fall and
Winter lioois, wuicu vc oner tu prices inai 1 an
not be beat in FianMin County.
Give us a call anil satisly yourselves. Goods
shown witli pleasure, ltcnicniber the place.
.MUliTO.N .V. I'KKl'l.
Bake Street. American House Block. dwtt-!)j.
FALL GOODS !
H. 0, POST, & CO.'s,,
JUST BECEIVED from Now Yoilc, a Bplondid
Lino of of
New and Choico Dress Goods,
Empress Cloths Epingtline, French Serges
Silk and Wool, Shot Poplins French Meri
uoes, witlia great
Variety of Plain and Poplin Alpacas,
and Cheno Poplins, all at VJSllY
LOW PltlCES. Wo have a full
Lino of i
D It E fi S T It 1 M M 1 N O S 1
Silk Fringes, Black and Colored
Velvet Bibbons, with Buttons and
Gimps to match. Our Stock of Prints
Bleached and Brown Cottons, Dclains, in
fact everything in tho lino of Domestics, is full,
a full lino of
Ciihsiinercs, Tailor's Trim
mings, Gloves, Hosiery, Shawls,
Dutchess Kidds, and Breakfast Shawls
A Choico line of Dry Groceries may always bs
found in stock.
Pleaso call and examine Goods ami Pncca be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
II. C. POST, & Co.
Cor. Main and Falrflcld Sts)., St. Albans, Yt.
13 ANTS and Vest , all kinds, at
f WM. N. SMITH & CO S.