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Vermont Daily Transcript;.
ST. ALHANF?, VT.
Monday, ()ciom: r, 1SG
Travelers' Guide.
AMtiv.M. or I'AssiMtr.u thaiss.
i i- iu . 111 Fifl n 111
1 a..AWc,t. 5,50 n.n,
0-i '-.? .. - .,.
Inni Mnhlieai. u i' ". r
1)!-.1U1TIM1K OK VASr.Nor.ll TIIA1..H.
FoftU .-vmtli East, s
In., H Ii. mr ,
For K'llixc'rt 1'oitll ami v.esi
m. i). in.
For Motitrc al, 010 a. in.
n 05 . in.
ii n: p. in.
, ii.-
12 on
11 Oli
DAti,i AuntVAi. or staoi:h Ar sr. auiass.
From Kweotsburgl. ,1 - ' '
From Hichfnrd ami Htn-lilon, oOU p. m.
From Slieltloti, muu "
From llakerstleld, 11 IK) a. m.
. .. .. , mini sr. At.llAXR.
Ktt.V i VAlin lie or sum.
For 1'rn.Ulin an 1 ..eots burgh, oua.
I'm- S holiloll ntul iiiciikuo. o...
liW sin-Mull. 1! o.l ii. in.
For Uakershi 111, 1 00 p. in. . . ,
call at till' several Hotels in town.
Lnicin at tho Tiunotit Ilonsc.
CI.OSISO or HIK MAILS.
Ymk elo-eat 5 0.1 a. tn. ami
A 1 I A.TC JH
t MA K It
A iittowv
11 In. c n
IIOUSK,
Dlatii ok II. 11. 'Woods. Wc loam
from iiTimea, and announce with fwI
nosH. llio death of II. 11. Voodn of Mil-
Imii wlilnh MPoiirioil ntMillOll uliolllllllll- ! rienglod'high Tiy.iA', Hi
' V n or p.iy
... ............ 1 .. MM. r,...1 r,,..t,,l tnti ' 1 '
nigiu oi oauiiun.v. i nu v.em
not unexpected, as lie had been failing
rapidly for several days. A severe fall
some four weeks ninco undoubtedly pro
duced tho Internal Injuries which have
terminated so fatally. Po'scssing
fine disposition, excellent business tal
ent, and a character above reproach, he
was one of the most active and popular
young men in the county. Burlington
was almost as much a home to him as
Milton ; for hero were many business,
asr-ociatlons. In 1 S01 a member of the
tlrmof.led P. Clark & Co., and since
May last as HitccesMir to 13. O. Wires &
Co.. lias been always a yood part of our
1. VOV tt I ! and
M .70, ..f .-too on
U'li d.n i r "etolur.
onult lioi'e' it) farrj 113 n"iiiuK.
'V T
HOUGHTOlYS
OUSTER HOUSE,
Every Morning,
Nr or w i 1 k O y s ( c n-s
If EG. OUAltTOP.liALl.'iN. .
Allians.
Uct. 1SIH.
Uc btr-et, St
I2M.VwIni.
Stftgo
f 00
m. ami nao inn.
Mails for New
i ...
.nans in ! . - .,,,. r.i,..,,,,
Mailt" lor Aliianv ai m nif "'
Mnih (in- '.uiaila rloHc at o i 0 a. in.
Southern .mil Nortlitiu way mail close at .1 ou
m.
Strangers' Guide.
IlUK Y M ( A. llH'i'lM ovciy ,iomm. .
at ti. ir 'ooms over Win. N. Smith h More,
luii Mr. '. . M 111..
( I1ai1.11l.un 1 I. 'Wrr .mi, 1. i. a. .u. ...
V.i.,..,l..i ..viimiL' in earn uionui, .
h ir h ill in Whe 1- r' hloek, Main Miect .
V. 1 1ml.11, f -ine,l So. 1, U. K. M. mivt the
1;
eveniin:
i-lcr h l'.loeli
Ifi'lilli' iein -u.i
. 1 A.i I
inni 1 ai. i'i iwn . i.. -1 .
lirst i la- -la eM iim ni i-aeii uionui ".
Iiall 111 X f ion uioeK. -'lain .-u in.
.'H;li-i' l.o.lne .no. ni 1. . -v. , .
,,vtl, film mIuv cveuiliK III f.ini niomn,
Ii . ..... 1....1 ... i-..i.iii lilnel:. MainStnet.
ilieu iiiiiiiii v...... ,. .,..,,,
von 1 I'Mlll i'hiiiiiki" ....... -
Hock. I.ak.- Htreit. v , . . , ,
rui.i 1 .in..,, v. n
11....). 1 ..1 . tw.i t
iiuini, i..ii ,.,,.,.to
JtlbiiiKhnn l.o lKi c 0 i. u. " v .
vi iv .saiiiroay i-m-hhik.
... tl... It nitiu lintuivolent tjoeiety (i u-
Iuulm'n, meets on tho llrat ajHltliifd Ve.liier.lay
cnitiK of each month at their hall oui 1'.. U
llll'ltlllri1 "' " Mol e-
'!' Alt vei l isl i 1. -Tlie r.llMnNT J,1I.. 1 iia..i
.,,-, 1..... .1., w,r,.si eii-cnl.ition ill St. Alhaiiii
Ini.l 111 l. .ml. .111 Coiintx ot any daily napei, a
11 th..i a. count, it no other, tho ho.t medium
Im .iihi 1I1HI1:..
rr iirv 1 vn
eommunlty. .Mr. Woods never sought XU 1M1VJ
public ollloe, yet ho represented ins
fellow citizens with honor for two years .
oast in the General Assembly. Due no
tice will be given of his funeral. j "IV
St. Aibans dhkj RjDms,
LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS,
& STEERE
1 U () 1' H I 13 TO ItS
A CARD.
' take filt. o.".ltUl.ity tii utiirn my tlirut
ln iii ly t liti ill: !w the vi v hhernl lalroiiaRP
wliieh haw lici tl itetnlel lo me hy the pooil liuo
.if ti,i- Toi'.n ntul Crunity, not IVrgUtinR a
l. rl; m (.idnitul In'e, t hittriiiUn, and Lamoille,
. 11I an they have u Kpondi il to all jirpvlmw enlls
fur their iatroini(ie. 1 have to inform them that
I lmvoestahliflieil m.Vfrtf in tilt' Flour 't'rnilo at
ihoohl htaml ot Howlos .V Kastmnu. and shall
keep hooiI and elinlcr hiands of Kpilng mid Win
ter hunt Flour for oalo, mid holievp that my
ni'raiiKeinentN an- mvh that 1 can mako it an
ohjeet for; on to give lue a call.
One tiling ii eel tain, lam heru to t-c-11 Flour,
and my motto will ho Hell I "
I ill pay omh I'OI Sheep Volts, Wool, llealii,
m il otln r l.ifidn Of Coimliy l'liiduee.
,t. .1. p.inionss.
l2P-'2:ii'tf
NOTICE.
rEAO FAUMF.ItS AND OTllF.ltS.The suliKcrih
1 era luiMiifi piirehaned nndlitted n)) In good
onler, lliu Woolen 3M11 at ssivaiuon i tn, 101
merly known as l'lntt's Faetory, aro now pro
pan it to iimiiufacttire Cloths or Yarn for ens
ti'ineis, or exehaiiRc the came for wool, A Hh
ernl uliare of patronage wiliclted, and satisfac
tion uuarnntcrd.
N. 11.- Olllee in south end of Factory, whero
niav he found the hookR mid accounts of the Into
firm of lUatl.Vllinkley.
2l0.tr MlilOSA- 1I1NKLKY.
BY TELEGEAPH
J'orthc Vermont VVioitcrj).
LATEST NEWS!
TAltM MCAI.S or
lioiuv, in tliu bent stylo,
fjuuelies served at all
Local Items.
Ou
Ijopics
Daily. Those wishing to secure
of our daily paper can do so at
Morri Hold's and Baker's bookstores, a
,vell as of carriers, and at the olllee.
opies of our weekly paper may also bo
lad at these places.
- -
No lvi'i.ii To-u.ouhow. On account
l)f putting into our oflice a new caloric
lEngine, which throws us somcwiiat in
to confusion, there will be no Daily is-
Isucd, to-morrow. Thereaiter the Daily
rritANSCnii'T will be issued with an in
censed amount of reading matter. We
shall have more to say concerning
lour improvement in a future issue.
Fon an account of a horrible murder
n linesourirn. see nrsr pane ui iu-
klav's Tkansckii'T.
To PLATTsnunair. We were in error
.1 1 l n .. 1 1.... :.. t
in our statemeni last, aiunuiy, m m-
Icluding the route from St. Albans Hay
Ito Plattsburgh in . tho free list. Tho
iRiver Queen will run for fare one way,
It hat is, $1,00 for the round trip.
lM!KPAltATIOK3 I-'OU T1II0 I'l.A I'i-
m-itoit UAi.i.Y. in response 10 h.l-
wishes of "many citizens," a goo.uy
number of our Republican town-m.'ii j
assembled at the Court House on Satur-1
dav evening last. Col. Benton calloP
the meeting to order, and explained the
objects of the mooting.
Upon motion of Kdwanl A. i-mitli,
Col. Benlon was elected President c lie
meeting and 13. A. Sowles was appoln.-1
ed Secretarv. Col. Benton stated that
inasmuch as the Grant Club numbered
only about 120 members, as one of the
members himself, he had not thought it
advisable for the organization to attempt
to monopolize "the rally," which would
undoubtedly result in many hundreds
going from this town. 11 was thought
advisable that tho movement should bo 1
made under tho auspicies of the Hepub
can organszation of the town, an. I the
Tjwii Committee was authorized to pro
cure the services of the Band, and make
all necessary arrangements.
At a subsequent meeting of the Town
Committee, consisting of A. O. Brain
ord, D. It. Potter, and Guy C. Noble,
the following arrangements were made:
Tho services of llie Band was secured
for the occasion, lor the sum of $75, and
expenses paid. Application nas ueen
made to tho Band to attend the Denio-
ratie mooting, which occurs at Keese
illo the same day, but the result is
is stated,
Maj. J. V. Newton, was appointed
hicf Marshall with tho followiung able
orps of assistants; P. S. Strannahan,
Joseph YV. Taylor, E. D. Puller, 13. P.
Braiuerd, and W. H. Pamir Standard
Bearer, L. J. Swett, Committee on rais
ing money to defray Expenses, 13. D.
Puller and Croni Bowen, Business Com
mittee, Henry K. Adams, A. G. tiallbrd
mil E. A. bmith.
Ample provisions have been made for
free transportation by Bailroad lrom
rit. Albans to Burlington, and lrom
more to Plattsburgh by steamers. Preo
tickets for the excursion, may be ob
tained from the Town Committee at the
store of BrainerotJ Bros, on .Lake rfiruot,
from tho present time to the morning 01
the 7th iust.
:V special tiain will leave Swanton
at 10 o'clock on Yveunesday morning
and St. Albans ut 8 o'clock, in season to
reach tho boats at Btiriingtion. Preo
excursion trains will also lie run over
tho S'ermont Cenlutl, lrom Northlield
to Burlington. 1'assengers will be re
turned tree ou the legiuar trains; now
lor a grand old lime."
l'uceivrd dailv and Mtpphed to tho Trade at
wholesale pliee.H. nlllli d.Vwtf
f lliUKs, nieniicals, Patent,
AC, just leceiNed lit
C.UL1'. .V Ml'itOLS,
No. 1, .,i,'e Stieet
i Xl.W .'-Hlpply
"A. .Meiiieini
LOST.
BK l'WllEX I'ulton .Market, St. Alhun, and
the Fair Onui.u1, or 011 it, a dark colored
iiiorroreo Mallet. rmitniiiitiR flul. and n receipt
from Seeraiiei; A t i.. llutton, to K. U. Hallar.
Tho Under will receive a reward . t'.". ) on rehli n
iliU tie w.ihet to K. C. (1AI.1.AU.
M. Allv.in llUh Seiit., ISIW. Illlttf
notTcE
Al'FTfTION "id I"" presented to thellext len
Hlatme I'.ii-a praut i.l 11 IVrry from A. .1.
I'lielpnV in AlbiitKii. to Noitli Hero, and trom
.lahez llazen'a 111 Ninth Hero to Allmr1i, ox
toiidiaK one mile each way from said Ferry.
A. S. l'lll'.l.l S, ) iiiii:.,.,,,io
JAlii:. UA.FN. 1 etitioneis.
23iv3t.
DISOLUTION.
rilllF. (X)PAltTSKUSIlIP in the lnmiranco
I hnlneni heretofore f x i 1 i 1 1 tr hitween Dew-
e and Nohle, and H. K. (loldjiimth, under the
firm name of li!ey,Nob'.c A Co. is this day din-
Hiiived liv lnlitnal eoimeiit.
DUWUY.V, NOUT.F.
S. K.OOLDSM1V11.
Bt. AlhaliM. Vt., All;utl, lHiW
IHdVwtf
Later from Spain.
VTOTICG U hei
LI Si
Dissolution.
ehv L'iven that the linn of
Smith A Foster is this dav dismilved hy mu
ntul riuHdiit. All claims against tho said lil'lil
nml nil ilnlila ilnn will I1.1 Hrllleil nl (linolll Mt'lllll.
No. ', narrow lilocit. Call and hettle as eailv as of the Bourbon dynasty
eouvenieni, nun onno
L. Mel). SMITH,
OK01U1K 11. FOSTF.lt.
St. Alh.ins, .Sent. 1, ISCS. '.KHd.vwtf
STORE PIG
FOR SALE.
1IAYF. a Harrow l'ij,' or Shoal ahoiit live
X months old, whicli 1 uill hell to bonie pi rson
who ill P i d it till it is a Mr or mole old. it
i. a pine (.'hotel- White, iiled hy Thus. Ihii.er,
Ksip. ot Hurt on, and is euM'iitialK xia led,
never havinj; eaten over tMo hushels of kimiii,
and hs than half lations of milk the lest ot
his feed having hten f,'r.lP and w eds. I helii Ve
it is t he 1 i'M idioate in Diis county, ai.d hen t; in
liuhl condition, worth ihe must money per lh
tin- fee luij! purposes. Price lflcts a puned.
). S. 1JL1S.S.
(ieoi-h'ia. Sept. -.".I, ItiliS- d It v.- It nPil
Farm for Sale.
mllK ful'se.ilier oll'eis for salo his farm iviiiB
.1 in Westlord, in the County of Chittenden,
coiitiiiniiif,' two hundied and tM'enty-livo acres.
l;uildiiij,'s all new. Location on a good road
one mile fioni the ullage ; near school and
church, well fenced -running; water to tho house
and barns an abundance of fruit. Two tfood
Minn!' oreliulilH ; all mo l'.irniniK, uairy ami
SiiK.ir tools. Also, with or without slock on the
farm. Tlie above turm will Keep foitycowx mid
team IhroiiKli the year, r orf'uither particulars
llnpiiie of the subsciiher ou the premises.
.10SLT11 11. CJ1AS1'..
Westfoid, June 2M, IKiS. !!23wlf.
Faiuvax. On Friday evening, Oct
2nd, the barn offr. 11. Weaver took
Hire bv the uiisotiiiK of a Kerosene lan-
Item, and was consumed with its con
touts. Lo3S,$350; no Insurance.
Mr. Wesley, T Bishop has sold his
Ifarm of three hundred acres together
with crops, stock and farming tools, for
fl?l 1,500, to Capt. A. J. Merril.
Bask Ball. A match game of base
Iball will bo played at Malonc, N.Y., on
IWednesday next, tho 7th inst., between
Itho Tri-Mountain Club, tho champions
lof Massachusetts, and tho St. Lawrence
IClub, tho champions of Northern New
I York.
-. - .
Tin: IIuhlky ArritAY.The licar-
ing beforo Juitieo Shorman on Satur-
Iday, resulted in tlio discharge of Doyle ;
Conlin was ortlerd to find bonds in tlio
hum of $f00, for his appearance at tlio
I County Court, and tho bonds wore pro
duced. McGarvoy was held to bail in
tho sum of $1,000, and in default was re
manded to Jail. Wo understand that
upon application of tlio respondents, tho
States Attorney will inimeaditely file
Information against them at tho County
Court, with a prospect that they may
havo their trial at this term of Court.
OUR RULERS & OUR RIGHTS.
A Timely New Work by
JUDGE WILLIS.
AGENTS WANTED !
milF. Hook for Agents. Old and Yimnjf,
JL Learned and Unlearned need it constantly,
All take it readily, a the price suits the times.
It has no competitor. Is linely illustrated vith
Steel plates.
'J be best chalice yet offered for men and wo
men to mako money without risk. Send for
teims. LxtrainduieniciitH yiven. Secure Ural
choice of field.
I'.WOiKI.UK A CO,
Publishers, 738 Sansom St., Philadelphia, l'a.
Win 1m cow.
New
Store and New
C. R. PELL,
Goods.
WITH
I)
ROBERT KINGSLEY,
it i a c o ii i; s iT k w lu, 0 c ic
To Be n t .
tOMMKHCIAL
;;iven Sept.,
icccas, aim very
liooms or otliecH.
Farm lor Sale.
SIlTATLD in tin- east part of Sheldon, mi a
branch of the Missbupmi liner, well known
as the Joel Whitney iarni. containing' .'SOU acres,
from .jl) to 75 acres 'interval laml . The farm is
capable of Keeping ."( cows, ,"i I sheep, a team .Vc.
Wood and timber land enough lor the farm. A
Oood Sugar orchard of 1 00 J trees, sitar tools
iVc. Two good dwelling houn's situated oppo
hite, one bricU and one wood. A dairy-house
and apparatus lor tho manufacture, ol' butter
and cheese. Oood running water at both hous
es, dairy-bousi) and barn. This farm is about
o or ( miles lrom llie ecleln-ited springs, l or
further particulars ennuiix- of the owner on the
premise.-, ijji.i...u Jii-ifts.
l.ast i-iiieiiion, Aug. is, ions. ouwti
"attention n
11. PliOCTOli has for sale, at a vi:i;v i.ow
ll.vri:. a erv fine Piano, 7 1-1 octave, llo.e-
wood case, caned legs, .Ve. ; ..ii,nutactured by
the tinted I'lano l iirte Co., .M w i on;, i nose
sirotis ol' pufliasiug a piano woii.il uo well to
tli at .Mr. Proctors rooms, No. 1, Smith s lilocli,
letore inn chasing elsewhere. Mr. Proctor lias
itlso the agencv for Steinwa A Sous, and most
of the liohton Piano Manuiactoiies, and is pre-
ared to oiler Pianos and Parlor Organs at very
ow rates
We propose to fight it out on this
lor the next
SEVENTEEN YEAES !
No Term bid Uncomliliunal Surrender
vigorous
Swanton- von rLATSiiui:air.Wo
understand that their is a prospect that
"Mnnsell's Band" of Swanton will ac
comnamv the Swanton Uclesation to
Plattsburgh.
Wo mako i'fcaco by a
H-oseciilion o!' THE VI Ml ! !
AOU NTS AM hi) in e( ry l oin, to canva
I'.iiiiilovinent for ilentlemen or Ladies.
iininidual, Town, I'oitnty or State Light.- for
ale.
Letters Patent weie granted ns August hi, for
new device lor eateliing llles, by which an
ladv can lid her house of thoe nests, as n.ailih
issue can di.st ner n.ulor. u carrv on tlie
ir accoiding to tlie liui ol civilized nations
esoitnig to no i'oisous, sticking rustor, or
Cbeinical eoinbimitious, but, hue " trocket'ti
coon," they conie down. Wi live by ac. ion not
words 1 Ocntlumen or Ladies, TKV U.S. We
incseiit you the oe-t Held and lndiicemciits n r
anvasMiig to no lotitid m llie Uluteil htates.
Communications addressed to us will receive
proni)t attention
.UCliUA. iV ll.U.,1.,
St. Albans, Vt.
lit'ituNOToN Business Collikh:.
The tail term of this Colleiro will open
Octoberflth, and continue in session du
ring tlie year, Our readers will romom
ber that this institution is to be a con
solidation of tlie Bryant and Stralton
College at Burlington and the Vermont
Commercial College at St. Albans, tin
dor tlieinstrtiction of J, li. .Lansley as
ptoprietor. The new college will open
with excellent lacilities lor young men
and young ladies to gain a thorough
business education. The rooms are be
ing refitted and renovated, Willi a view
to comlort and convenience, rrot.
M. l'ratt, of tho St. Albans College will
be oncot the instructors.
Furrox Maiskkt. Just received,
nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hams
Bologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, To
matoes, Pears, Peaches, Water Melons
adn Musi: Melons. dtf-01
- v
ilicokij's on tlie man who first in
v. Med s-lotn." But how can anyone
Hup wiio is filled lull of pain? By u&'
imr lU'iine's Pain-Killing JNIuiric Oil, to
i.esure! d&w
Notici: is hereby given, that applica
tion for Letters Patent will i.o made fori
nn improvement in dry-houses. A
sample number is finished and maybe
seen at the crossing of Thomas and Bish
op Streets, and is said to havo been ori
ginally designed for a Corporation well.
The work is substantial and is eighteen
feet deep, tho lower eight feet is built
in solid rock. I do not claim tho inven
tion as my own, but what I do claim is,
tho application of tho building to tho
purpose described, theio is no water to
hinder it.
Tax Payer.
"Do not youriuriors give their ver
Uct" in favor of "Barrett's Vegetable
ilair Restorative?" Itistlio universf
wrdict of mankind that it is the best i
tliw market; let all who are becomin
proniaturdy old-looking and bald be
gin at once the use of this never failin
article. Portland Transcript. (Uvw
line
JiLAL LOTKltlA 1)K LA ISLA 1)U CUIiA. -
Il In the diawnrgs ior lhG8 thero will be 2(1,-
nuu Tickets.
$330,000 IH GOLD.
Drawn Once in .Vcfciccii 7)(iis.
Prizes paid in Gold. I'i izes cashed and infor
mation given by
GKOltGL UP1IAM.
17u-lv 03 N. Main St.. Providence. 1!. I.
NOTICE
S hereljV given t it.it Apinn-ation will bo made
to tin "(lener.il Assemnly of tlie State ot Ver
mont at its next Annual Session lor an Act to
Incorporate a Ferry Company, to be culled b)
tlie name of the MisMstiuoi il.iv Ferry Comiiauy
together with a grunt ot light to the bame to
I'stublisli and maintain a Ferry between the
l'owns of Swanton, Franklin county, Vt., and
Miiurgii, urand isle county, t.
SAVE YOUR "MONEY
13 Y buying the new Patent Plated I Spoons and
J lorks. Warranted to wear eipuu
best Tiebli; Plato at very
and see them at lluntin;
Street.
to the
much less mice. Call
ton's west side Main
ITiOlt SPUING STYLF. OF SILK HATS, cal
? WM N. S.M1TH Ji i
ill at
t:
I styles, now opining at
W.M
3 LAID WOOL MIUM'S m huge variety
X. SMITH .V CO'S.
Gt LOVKS of all kinds just received
t at .11. N. SMITH A CO S.
Al'KK COLLA1IS and CUFFS of all kinds
r.t Win. X. SMI I'll, A CO'S.
every desciiption, just re
.11. ."S. S.Ml l ll, .V. LU fi.
WOOL SCAltFSol
1 1
ceiveil at
BOYS Over Coats of all kinds at
W.M. N.S.UI1TI, A CO'S.
T3 LACK Pants and Vests ot all kinds just re
JDceivcd ut WM. X. SMli'II. ACO'ri.
"MALI.
' Hats and Caps and Fiiniishin
State,
and
at
seo tho best Stock of Clothing
Goods in tho
WM X. .SMITH, A CO
(xg..
gains in o'othiug and Hats and Caps,
every thing in their line.
liar
and
College P.ooms ; posaes.iioii
1st. Three idioms easy of
pleasant sit'ialion for Club
St. Albans, Aug. :i, lSli'i.
WM. i
, SMITH.
(170tf
PIANO FOR SALE.
Nnw York, Oct. 6.
A French paper, received yesterday,
says, wo aro able to nnnounco that the
programme of tho insurgents comprise
throe capital objects : 1st, theoverthrow
2d, n Provi
sional Government ; 3rd, the convoca
tion of a Constituent Assembly, which
will decide, with sovereign authority on
tlie future destinies of Spain. Such is
the purpose of tlio rebellion.
On the other hand, the Carlists, who
for a long time past havo given no sign
of life, :uc preparing to enter tho cam
paign under tho orders of Gen. Cabrevy,
to tho cry of long live Charlc VII.
It is stated that the Spanish Legation
at Washington lias received no instruc
tions from tlie Government of Spain.
consequently no authority to act. It is
not recognized by this Government as
representing any powor competent to
send Ministers to Washington, and will
not be until it receives credentials from
tlicJunta at Madrid, or some other au
thority of sufficient dignity to issue di
plomatic warrants.
It is probable that the Legation will
receive despatches from Madrid within
a few day, ahd that some, if not all, of
their members may be withdrawn In
this connection, it may bo interesting
to know that Isabella has ii
largo sum of money in profitable stocks
in tliis country. If this is true it is not
impossible that she will take rofngc in
this country.
It. 14 nleri cjtnin.l fl.nf 4-1... i.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST, Spain will not be felt immediately in
Cuba, at least for some time
ST. ALBANS, VT.
"VT AYH just opened I uc largest slock ot Crock-
1 L erv. com nilsing all mo new aim neuronic
n.itierns. French. China and liohcmian Fancy
and Table Glass Ware, Cutlery mid Plated Ware,
ever ottered in this county.
Wo also call attention lo our Slock of
FOltF.lGX AXL DOMESTIC DltY GOODS,
WHITE GOODS, LIXEXS,
FAXCY GOODS,
XOTTOXS AXD SMALL WAltE.
The unden-igiied would rorecl fully announce
to the Dublin tint we have adopted the CAM1
St.M'LM, and OX 13 I'ltlCi:,-Dri-eol's
Xeivll'ocl:. Lake St. St. Albans, Vt.
I.CLKLT KIMiSLEY.
li'.itt
WANTLD.- An Acnt to make a thorough
canvass of Franklin County in behalf of
that old and reliable Lite Insurance Company,
The Phrjenix Mutual, of Hartford
etic
Phoenix Mutual
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF IIAUTKOnr), t'ONX.
ITS ASSETS ARE NEARLY
$8,000,000
AXNCAI. INCO.lli:,
NEAKIi TWO MILLIONS,
AND CO.NSI'AXlI.V INOltLASINll.
nutiai Dividends, ."0 lr Cent.
onn. Liberal terms to an active, enen
man. Address. ii. A-Vilulil.,
Peru, Clinton Co., IS. i.
General Agent for XorthornXew York and Yer
moot. 'U7-tl
CROCKERY !
caiocKER'sr i
1 have lust rccii.ed a large lot of lirat and
second nualitv oi btoiic and mum Yiare, com
nllsiue. two Now and Elegant I'atterns called
Gen. Grant'' I'aturns. Also a large stock ot
Cutlery, Glass and .-done Ware, which 1 oiler for
sale cheap, rlease call anil see hororo purchas
nig elsewhere.
At the old Farrar lilock, one door north ol
George U. iarrars.
V. G. SKIXXElt
st. Atbuis, Oct ami, lBGii. ii-ti
Good Dairy Farm
ITiOl! SALE IX MOlUUS'ioWX, within oi
. half mile of .Morristown illagc.
Farm contains about eighty-live acres of good
land, sixlv acn s cleared, and the reman. dor
wood-laud.
Four hundred Sugar or Maple, trees, with Hap
Ttilis and sugar utensils.
A young Apple Orchard of about 150 IreiH
mostly in bearing.
llom-e IHlx -10. in cood renair. with good eel
lar. Darn 112 01, with cellar under tho whole,
and in good repair. Kunniug water at houso
and barn, and pastures well watered.
Fort v tons of hav cut from twontv acres will
be sold with the farm if desired.
Seven Cows, 5 yearling heifers, 1(1 sheep, and
a span of good w'oik horses will bo sold with tho
place it desired, and an larinnig toois.
All to he sold verv cheap for cash.
W. II. l'OWKItS,
Morristown, Aug. 15, IhliS.
tiaowtf".
E
lOll SAI.li. -A ploasantlv located residence
in St. Albans, with one. or two acres ot
bind, aa niav be desired, Twelve good rooms
roller, cistern, excellent well of water, houso
and barn nearly new. Apple, pear, jihini, and
Dherrv trees. Darllv m Hearing, ol nesl varieties
Also grape lines, etc. The cheapest place in
town at the mice asKcd. lerms very easy
Foo iurther putticiilar.s, cnipiire ut the Than
scull'!" I I'lK'o, ai.)-ii).
4 TMOSl'llEnlO
X-V article ever
UooniK at
ODOltATOlt, the neatest
invented for 1'eifumiiig bic.'
GliEEX A MCI10L.
No. 1, LaA-o Stront.
13
OY.- HALS.
J3
li'.jOAl'S.
Of all kinds, just receivoU at
WM. X. SMITH, A 00.
Gr
1 I3XT'S SHAWLS .lust received
at
W.M. X. SMITH, .V CO.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
TO PRINTERS.
WANTED, a good, steady Compositor, for
nowspaper work.
A. iply at this Olllee.
AAOUTU'S CLoriUNG of nil kinds cheap
X at WM. N. SMITH, A CO'S.
FARM FOR SALE
Tho subscriber being in poor health will soil
his farm in lniBburgh, situated about one mile
from Coventry village containing ono hundred
and 2" acres of land, in an excellent statu o
cultivation, has a good orchard of one hundred
trees, is well watered, good buildings, is well
fenced, has a good migar orchard, free from
stones, right of soil, laud is one of tho best bar
gains in the countv. Terms very easy.
ClIAliLES-CllAMDEKLIN.
Irasburgh.Scpt. I. 18(18. w8.'j:l2.
t 0 TO WM. X. SMITH
OT black Sack Coats.
CO'S for your
1 O to WM. X. SMITH A CO'S for Dusinei
Of Suits of all kinds.
All its Policies aro rton-J'oilcmiuri .mi re
slriction on Travel. Location or Employment I
Dividends upon the full i'reiniuiiis paid ou all its
Tables !
Notes taken it desired for half of tho Premium
lor the lirst lour years, and ill case of death,
they arc paid In the dividends and given
up and not deducted from tlie Policy,
and
Flic Full Amount ol' Insurance is Paid.
It has paid in losses to its Policy Holders over
S..tji,unF, and has never contested a ciaini
during tlio 17 years of its existence. Xo
extra Premiums charged lor iusur
in. Minnies, Railroad Employees or Seamen
A Policv in tho Piuk.nix is properly called a
Whole World Policy. It permits tliu insured to
traiel or lesido ut'will anywheio in the United
States or Europo, at any season ot the year,
without extra charge.
NELSON H. ARIV1INGTON, Agent,
For Fianklin, Grand Islo and Lamoillo counties
C. L. 11A11C0CK, State Agent,
d22.uv22(l-tf Itutland, Yt.
The American Cooking Store in
Court.
4 T an adjourned term of the Circuit Court of
.Ol the I nited States, for the Northern District
of New York, in the second circuit held.it tho
City Hall, in tho city of Albany, tho 28th day of
January, in tho your of our Lord 18IJ8.
Pm:sr,NT :
Tho Hon. Xatiun K. Ham., Judye.
Jacoh II, Siiuau A ,Tosi:vn Paokauii, 1
cs.
Gr.o, Ii. Hull A Jon:; M. ltofKwxi.i.. )
It is further ordered, adjudged and decreed.
a perpetual injunction he issued in this
In iCquity
that
anil against tho defendant, restraing them
from ttuthcr infringements of said Patent, No.
Ol, 100, Dated Dec. 5th, 18(15, lor improvements
in cooldng stoves, pursuant to and in accord
ance with the prayer of the Hill ot Complaint.
Signed A. A. liovci;, Clerk.
Tlio above ivuh instituted for infringement of
tho Patent seeming tho manner of lltting the
ash pan in tho hearth of tho American Cooking
Stove, and for tho combination of tho hailed
ash pan. Wo havo repeatedly cautioned the
public against selling or using stoves with these
iniprovemets not manufactured by us. All per
sons now selling or using stoves with these im
provements in violation of the above injunction,
ivithout license from us, will be Halo to Hue and
imiirisounient. HllEAlt, PACKAUD A CO.
iiOj.Om. Albany, N. Y.
FOR SALE BY IT 33. WALKER.
i uc unn-
tain-Uencral of the Island is ublo to
maintain tliu peace until he receives
ollicial news from the newlv organized
Government.
If a civil war should follow tho revo
lution, then his position would become
critical.
It is understood that the European
and U. S. Governments will recognize
any ac jaoto Government which may
be organized there.
Mail advices from Port-au-Prince,
Ilayti, to the 12th September state that
the Government has issued two decrees
one announcing that the only ports
open to foreign commerce arc Port-au-Prince,
Cape Huytien, Gonaizes, and
Port-au-Paix ; another presenting pen
alties for blockade running.
A large amount of counterfeit paper is
in circulation.
The seige of Gonaizes was still going
on, but it was thought the rebels would
succumb.
Boston, Oct. 5.
Tho anti Butler llepublic.au Conven
tion moi attfalem at 10:40 this a.m.
Tlie Hu:i. A. A. Abbott, of Peabody,
was choseii President, and a long list of
of Vice Presidents was unanimously
elected.
Prayer was lirst offered by ltov. Mr.
Morgan, alter which President Abbott
made a speech, in which he said they
nad met as ltepublicans ; they were not
traitors ; they iiad not fought with Lee,
Beauregard, and other rebels ; they did
not fraternize witli tho Pseud-Eepubli-can
who stole the livery of a hearse to
serve the devil in ; they stood firm upon
tlie Chicago plutform ; they supported
Grant ; they were hero to-day, he said,
because they could not see, in the pres
ent representing in this District, a true
exponent of Republican ideas. Butler
struck a hard blow at the fundamental
doctrines of their creed, lie said Butler
did not sympathize with Grant, nor is
he in harmony with his contemplated
course in tlie future. Butler's wholo
public course and speech arc dictated by
a feeling for personal supremacy.
Resolutions were declared endorsing
the declarations of the principles of tho
National Republican party, and the
honest payment of the public debt.
All attempts at repudiation were de
nounced. Butler's doctrine was iudignuntly re
jected.
A resolution was adopted insisting
that Butler's term of snrvice shall ceaso
on the 4th of March, 1809, and to nomi
nate and elect another to be his succea-sor.
Hon. Richard Dana was nominated by
"tLOlllING, CLOi'Hl.SG, CLOTHING,
J CLOi'HINOI
The largest Stock of Clothing, Hats and Caps
and Furnishing Quods ever olfcred for sale in
Vermont, is now opened at
WM. X, h.MlTII, A CO'S,
IMPORTANT
THEIR
TO SOLDIERS
AXD
WIDOWS.
rnno.su
1
U AUK COATS I OU SPUING, go to
O W u. X. SMITH A CO'S,
rililE best stick of C.otliuig in tliu Suite just
X received at WM. X. SMITH. A CO'rf.
T' OYE AMONG 'JUL HOSES, Lnbiu'a llilang,
Jlhlnug most delightful Perfumes at
OltEEN A NICHOLS,
No. I, Ln.o Slrco'
INTEIUSSTED AUK HKItKIJY
untitled that I am auent to transact all busi
ness pertaining lo pensions, bounties and back
pay. Claims oi mo anove nature can uo pre
sented, and their ullowauceH obtained, hy appyl
iiS to W.M. llltlDGES.
St. Albans, May 10th. 180(1.
acclamation as Gen. Butler's successor
for Congress, and Mr. Dana accepted
the nomination.
New Yohk, Octoebr 5.
GolJ, 139J.
o
YEilO J.V1S 0. ah Mini , "11 l eue.ip
at
WM. N.SMIi'H.v. CO'S.
Hats, HATS, hats,
CAPS, CAPS, GAPS,
All t.ic Styles just received at
WM. N. SMITH, A CO'S,
fnillCOT COATS in Short Frocks, and Full
X Frocks of all kinds and colors at
WM.N. SMITH, A CO'S.
n LOVES, GLOVES, of all kinds, of all kinds
at
WM. N. SMITH, A CO'S.
A LL tho new styles of Furs mid
Xjl opened at
WM,
Scarf no'T
N. SMITH, A CO'S.
CJ HIltTS and Drawers of all kinds now openin ,
O Rt WM, N. SMITH, ACQ'S,

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