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VTTRMONTT DAILY THAN"8CRIlvl OCTOBER
Vormont Daily Transcript
ST. ALBANS, VT.
TlltltSHAY, OCTOIUMl 15. ISIS.
UllllV.ll. OK l-ASSI'MIMl NIAINS.
troin tho .Smith and East. 5,18 a. m., lO.ffll
(J,,'.i ti. in., 8,0H p. in.
From House's Point and West, 5,SM n. in.. 11.
.fi a in.. 7 1.1 '. tn.
Kn.iii Montreal, 1145(1. in., 10 p.m.
iiKi'Ainrnr. or r.srsm:n tiiains.
..r tin. South ami East, 'JH. 8 15 a. in., 12 x
in , i no p. in. . . . ,
lor House's Point mid West, P.Oj a.m. lint.
. ni. (1:3 1 ii. in.
For Moiitrea II 10 a. tn f 3. p. in.
DAIl.T AlllllVAt. OF MTAOr.H Af ST. AI.HASS.
from Sweeteburgh mid Franklin, 700 p.
From Iti.'lifnrd and Sheldon, inn p. in.
From Sheldon, UHHI a. in.
From llakcrstleld, 11 ttO a. m.
llttt.V DEl'Alirl'IlK OfSTAOFS KllOM Mi AL1UNM.
For Frauklin ami Sweetshurgh. 7 nfla. tn.
For Sheldon and Hiehloid. 8 .In n. m.
For Sheldon, 2 I'll p. ill.
For llakerslitld, 1 00 p. m.
Stage call at tin- scM-tal hotels in town. Mngc
otliccB at thi! Trcinont House.
ri,.)StNO OK Till: MAILS.
Mails tor New York close at i II!) a. in. and 7 ()
Mails for lloxtnti close at 5 a. in. and 030 p.m
Mails for Albanviind the West clo-ie at "ii.Ua.ni
Mail lor Canada clone at a u a.m.
Southern and Northern way mail close at
fnilB Y. M. C A. moots every Mnnda ovonin:
X at their rooms over Win. X. Smith'- Stun
Champlain Chapter Xo. 1. It. A. 51. meet th
third Wednesdav evening in each month. ;i
their hall in Wheeler' h bloeK, .vianiMieei.
Columbus Council Xo. 1, It. A S. 51. meets tin
second Wednesday evening in each month, .ii
their hall in Wheeler's Woek.
Franklin Lodge Xo. 1, F. .V A. 51.. meets th.
tirst Wednesdav evening in each month at their
hall m Union llloek, 5I11111 Street.
Englesbv Lodge Xo. 81 F. A A. 51. meet tin
fourth Wednesday evening m each mouth, at
their hall in Union lslook. Main Snoot.
t'rvstal Fountain. Temple ofllonor No. 4 mcits
even Tucsdav evening at their Hall in Dunes
Ulock, Laa Street.
St. Albans Lodge Xo 32, 1. U. ot O. T. tueeti
verv Fridnv evening at their Hall in Darnei
ISloel;, Lake 'Street.
UisingSnn Lt Re Xc. 8 I. O. of (i. I. meets
?vt rv Saturday evening, at M. Albans Hay.
St. John the Daptist ilenevolelit Society (Ca
nadian) meets on the first and third Nedner-du
evening of each month at their hall over J-.. 11
To Advert I scr. The VnustoN'T D.UI.Y Thanh
cnli'T has tho largest circulation in St. Allan.
mid in Franklin County, of any daily p.iper. and
is on that account, if no other, the host medium
BOr-Interesting matter, original or se
lected, may always be found on the first
Ouu Daily. Those wishing to secure
copies of our daily paper can do so at
Merrifitld's and Baker's bookstores, as
well as of carriers, and at the office.
Copies of our weekly paper may als.o be
hud at these places.
Nkw Mi:at Mahki:t. We notice
that Mr. II. W. Ball has opened a new
Meat Miuket on Lake Street , at the old
stand of A. Hngar, opposite Morrison's
Block, where iie wiil bo glad t j prov.de
for the wants of his customers. We hope
our young friend will do a thriving biw
iness, to which ho is fai.'ly entitled.
The Miltonian Tableaux. This
Tahleaux ivas exhibited last evening at
the Academy Hall, and is, perhais,as
faithful a representation of tho great
poi m of Milton as can be given on can
vas. The scenes are judiciously chosen
and tho Tableaux unquestionably deser
ves high rank as a work of Scenic, art.
Some of the views arc very line. Those
of section JI, representing the Creation,
and section IV, representing the Garden
of Eden, Adam and Eve, and the Fall
and Expul ion, are the most pleasing as
coming within the limits of the natural
and the known. Some may feel thai
section I, icpresenting Heaven t le .Re
bellion of Satan and the War of the
Angels; and section III, representing
scenes in Hell, exceed the proper limits
of pictorial art and border on the sacri
ligious. This criticism applic primari
ly to the poem itself, and it must be re
membered that the Tableaux merely at
tempts to transfer to canvas the concep
tion of the poet. It is the poem that is
illustrated and not the real Heaven and
Hell. '1 Lo different scenes as they pas
sed before the audience wcro nearly all
explained by nppipprinte quotations
from the poem, We think all adniirers;
of " Pnradisp Lost" will fel repaid for
the time and expense of soeing this Ta
AltRESTKr. The Free Press s-,ys about
nine o'clock Monday evening,, a some
what turbulent Frenchmon, named An-
toinc Sears, living in Wheeler's Lane
unmindful of his duties as tho husband
and father, and mnnl csting his tender
regard for his fatjilly in a manner in
consistent with their safety and tho pu
blic peace, was arrested by olllcer B. It.
Thomas, and after considerable diflleul
ty, lodged in more lltting quarters the
j u-u jiii-uncu i" Jiiii-i wini .ii. jns,
Webb, who represents tho house, ol
Troyor and Harvey, Westfleld Mass.
We have indulged in the rich fumes, or
his Havana3, Ocean birds, aud Londres
and all those who wish to partake of
gpod ci.ar, visit Shattuck and Stranna
hau anil others in this place.
T n 1 1 . ... . ...111. - T T .
Do'NI'Sital. Tlio Stars and Stripes
upon which the mimes of Gran, ami ;
Colfax waved over tho Depo', yesterday, '
was stolen fiotn tho Hug stall' Inst nlpht ;
ovldontlv, bv some hntoful poUtioian. ,
nn,itl,,i..,i 'if von nin tnn aHmrv tn lnr-
Gentlemcn, II ou nto too ting, to pur-
chnon llutrofyimrowi), to Mr. Oo.
was stolen ftotti tho flair stall' Inst nliiltt ',
L. Stono tho Railroad Agent for sub-
crijitlon?, hut pleaso tlo'nt takothont 1 i
h's manner. However, you may ho
smart enough to steal our flays htit y -ti
are notahlo to oapturo them In the light,
nor to defeat our etinilid.itcH. But upon
... . . .. . . . ...
please return it to Mr. George L. Ston '
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in mi. wi jim.
NAItlloW ESCAl'U I'UOM DlIATH. J ,
MeCorkle, n gentlomnn fit in New;
Yrk, says the Times, f-ojourning for a
few daysat tho Central House in Milton,
had a narrow oM-a do from doatli on Sun
day evening hot. It appears that, lift at
.lusk lie went down to view tlio falls and
afterspondingsome timeainong the rug
ged rooks below, conceived the Idea of
ascending a perpendicular e'ill'or rook,
(6 feet above. When about 'Jl feet fiom
the lop, feeling his strength failing him
inducing unable to go higher, or des
cend to his starting hoint, he cried for
help, tho erica being heard, f jrtunately,
by a party passing by, who at once pro
cured ropes, and one of tho number, Mr.
A. L. Witters, de.-cenik'd and rescued
Mr. MeCorkle from his perilous posit ion.
when both were drawn safelv to ten a
, ,. , . .
nrnia. Help did not arrive a moment
too soon, for jus. as Mr. Witters got to
tho unfortunate man, he was releasing
hL-hold on the roe'es, a'ld n a mnmcnt
more must liavo been dashed to pieces
on .he rocks below.
BuHGi.AitY. On Tuesday night, last
week, the dwelling-house of Aimer
Field, of Ludlow, was entered by but
gulars, and forty-seven dollars in cash,
and jewel i y to the amount ot or $.TJ, :
was taken from a trunk lying in a draw
er, without disturbing in the least the!
family or a dog which was in the room l
through which the thief or thljvcs pa.-s-ed.
During the same night Hie houe
of Win. II. Walker was also visited, and
attempts were made with the aid of the
fill ! ruin ra' frinn i iu in o i 1r j ri i w mtrkii
lKIUMIIO lVll.l.J- HlllUl.7 Wl ' 4I1V.U LtIVl
the key were plainly visible the next
morning, but as that door opened, the
noise wolce Mr. W., who at once asked,
' Who's there ?" and they fled.
Vlt.mont Mutual Ixsukanci: Co.m
ny. The forty-first annual meeting
of the Vermont Mutual Insurance Com
pany was held at Montpelier yesterday,
when the following Board of Directors
was elected :
Washington County Daniel Baldwin,
rinio. I. Redtlold, Erastus 8. Camp,
James T. Thur.-ton, Charles Dewey.
Orange Co. B. W. Bartholomew.
Bennington Co. John V. Hall.
Lamoille Co. W. II. II. Bingham.
Windham Co. Charles Chnpin.
Chittenden Co. Alonzo W. Alien.
Orleans Co. A. J. Dodge.
Windsor Co. .1. A. Pollard.
Franklin Co. A. J. Samson.
E sex Co. Harvey Judevine.
Grande Isle Co. Orange Phelps.
Caledonia Co. Geo. Cowles.
Hut land Co. Henry V. Porter.
Add.so i Co. Loyal W. Stowe.
The old ofTlcers were re-elcctod as fol
Daniel Baldwin, President.
Timo. P. Bedfield, Vice-Picsident.
C)as. Dewey, Secretary.
James T. 'Ihuision, Treasurer.
Wo loam tluit Governor Pago lias ap
pointed the following named persons as
his Aides-de-camp, with the rank of
Edward H. Ripley, Rutland; John C.
Steams, Bradlord; Clarence D. Gates,
Cambridle; Haniion P. Dean, Cornwall.
The houe and out-buildings 01 E.lward
Btigtry, in Troy, were burned on Satur
day last fiom boiling potatoes in the
yard. Insured for $7Jt). A barn, with
hay and grain, owned by Geo. Porter,
was burnt at tlie samj tinn.
Morris Bailey, of Watc rvillo, lately
slipped from a precipice, in that town,
and escaped instant destiuotlon only by
grasping an overhanging bush.
He struggled in that jprilQiia position
until his strength waa nearly exhausted,
be ore ho succeeded in regaining the
The Messrs. Hammond of Middlebury,
ohUiiuod a verdict of S5,000 in the Circuit
Court, atRu.land, tlio otlior day, against
tlie Hartford Live Stock Ins. Co., for in
surance on their blooded buck, which
died not long since.
Pulton MAnKirr. Just received, aj
nice lot Dried Beof, Sugar Cured Hams,
Bologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, To
matoes, Pears, Peaches, Water Melons
adn Musk Melons. dtf-pl,
WIIATMAKEa YOUR HAIR SO
BEAUTIPUL? MRS. S. A. Allils's
iMi'itovuD (new style) llATit Rnsronnu
orDiuJSsiNa, (In oiio L.o.tle.1 Prico One
Uoll.tr. Every Druggist sells it.
Severn pain will not got out of fashion i
yet for a fong ,lme, and so long, people
will nceJ a good remedy Ronne's Pain
Killing Muglc Oil is just what tlio poo-1
pie need, to cine headache, rheumatic, ,
neuralgic, uud other painful complaints,
mc wnoie, utile person who toon uio , lemlcw ,;,, Mim.ptiir.o of hoauti
Ilag, thinks that the Bnllroid Company i lulnrohestinl efl'ools, by tho skilltul use
liiw a holtof title to it than ho haa ' ol the tremolo and t lie inmrovod knee
Mi sua i. I.vnifMnNTs. The piano,
HWC,innif mi ustalninv the tones 1m ox- .
tiomolv dofiotivo. On ttrcount til' this
tiomolv dofiotivo. On nrcnunt til this
doile.ohey, mush; written In ohotds, or
1,1 11 It-UlHOtl'd M. k, cnllliot 1.0 SIlti-dlK-
U)1.llv ,,NmiU,( tl jmiJ, ,, . upuk
(rnninuoiitlos whciv tlu-y idiotild ho
sustni nod. Tho tato or tho Organ and
o.ehostrnl style ot inusii; will siipeisedo
tlio present piano onmpo.xltiitni. ''hero
are i.o insirunieiitx eaimlileof seel) lino
' e.Ui-.- iOUH in ih t c n! intie as the 1
AitniiU AX OitaAN, niiintnaoiuiiil hy j
i Mos.-r.. ,S D. it U. W. Smith, of t.n-lon.
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1 HUU lll'l l 11J1II i ilu-l I in ii
hU 1,1 manual Mub-hiiss (.
which is added to tlio now stylos give
thoulosoMt ronomhlanoetothepipo u-gan
Iloston Journnt. eow
Buiti.txnrox Busixnss Com.koi:.
The fall term of this College will open
October"). h, and continue in session du
ring tlio year. Our readers will lenieni
bor that this h stltution is to be a con
solidation of tl.e Bryant and Stituton
College at Burlington ami the Vermont
Commercial College at. St. Albans, un
der lliein.-trutjtioii ot J. 11. Lan.sley as
pioprietor. The new college will open
with excellent faeili'ies ,or young men
and young ladies to gam it tlui.ough
bii.-lne.-K educ ilion. The looms are be
ing refilled anil renovated, with a view
to commit and convenience, l'rof. IS
M. l'ratt, of the St. Albans College will
bo one of the instiueiors.
I iio.n ix Tin: Br.oon. When the blood
is well supplied with its iron elemen,,!
;ve leel vigo.ous and fud of animat.on.
Is is an nisi.llio.ciiey ol this vital ele-!
Ullllt thilt ln;lko UH wl ,vuuk Hml AAV ,
spnitcd; all such, by takrig the 1'oru-1
vmn hyrup, (n niotox He ol iron) can
8Ully this . deficiency, and wul be
, . .
Jiouus certificates, manufactured to
order, aie oiton published in praise of
some worthies hair preparation. " Bai
rett's Vc'otablu Hair Uestorati.e" does
not need to tesort to such means, for its !
morns are too won Known ami appiv
ci ite.l. AT. Y. Sunduy Dispatch.
.-V busy man is a locomotive, and life
a track. Kvory night he drives into
" the house," and stops. Kvery moru
ing he i fired tin anew, and awav i.e
siness he forgets that the pnysical or
i ganization is of tlio most dol.cate kind.
If a hard iron locomotive needs constant
i caio, and to be well oiled up and rubbed
oil" every day, how much mu.i nece.-sary
. is it thiit all men and women should lue
'Plantation JiiiTicus, which are tlio
nc plus ultra of everything wh eh is nu-
cossiuy to Keep the system in a period
i tone o. health.
Magnolia Watli!. Superior to the
host imported Gorman Cologne, and
so.d at half the price.
l.UAiS M.tltlCKT. del. 14 Is.,,.
ii-, So 01
tilled, per lb, Ll 121
. i .!-, i er bushel, 2 (K hI. .1 "
.1 i ll it, per lb., 'Mif lo
i i t.si., " Ill 'ol .')
t i.i.n, per liushcl 1 111 'U 1 iV.
"i.s .Mi.ai., perewt 1! One 3 25
i . s, j u- do., 2.) ((.; ;l i
J I or n, superlinc, lOl.lK; 1, do
" extra, 1 . ''D f,t 4 en
" itonuui tiUni, 11 li . 17 Uu
li .ass Si. I li vor bushel, 3 2." (q. : ."
II v.. . i toll, 12 in Hi 1.1 0
hum, ' r .1 ., 2.1 nr 25
O.ws, ' or L.u-,.e., 0 till (ff 7n
onions " l 5u 2 o.
I'ont:, mess ,-)(! n '. ui n
" clear, uu ' im t.u
I I)i"scti nogs, On l.i
I I'otahils, per niishel, 00 . 75
Itvr., 1 'Jo
Salt, I anadu, 1 00 bll
,, Tun. s Island 1 uu 1 uu
M.U'LE Sl'OAlt, ,0 12
Wool, per il)., 15 lil
VWion per cold,. 4 5(1 7 !U
t!OS10 .M.WUCUT On. 'j.
l'l.oun The maiket m lather stead'i r. We
qu te W ntei-n Siii)L-ili.ie at li.ji a 7; eomuion
extias anil UaKeis Inamls at rt,3U a 'J..10 ; Uhue
Wlioat, Ohio, l.nliau.i ami .ilic.ug in, .it l i :.12,
GU ; I hnoia at 111 a i;l.i . ; ami oi. L.juis at in a
.-, 5 ta- I.I.J, ti uilaiii l ioin 1U 11; Lawrence
Mills 10,5ua 1111 25; Uo,t..n City .Mill- IU a 1,5.
l oiin is linn and wu qu tn hoiitlu.-i u vl-huw
1,2; Wc-ateili .a.ed 1.2.J ,i 1.2(! jir uu. '
K.iTs an in fair ik. m mil at 7ov a b'Jc pr bushel
for .di tin-in and Wimtern,
It i. 1.05 a 1 75.
i'j ovisio.NS. l'ork is steady at 25 a 2G for
primo ; ill a ul.5n for muss, ai.Il 111 a 117 fo.i clear
iiicps Heel is dull at 15 a H for uiesi, 2J a 22
for i sir i liuss, and a 07 f,,,. t'.tiii.y,.i to qual
ity. Lard 1U) a 2 m lor stoaui ami Uttiu rem lin
ed ; anil Smol.od ams 17 a )'. pr .Ij n.r 11 sion
aiul an I Western, liutter r.i.iges from 1 ) a . ui
anil . lu-ese ltoui 12) a 17c pr IU a-, toijiuutv.
Hn-f Cuttle. -. Extra lat and heavy leninim
0.cli,m.5n 0 fll.lli,; lstqualitv 2 50 1 l:).i0
'il .MiHlltl rl I OO .1 21" nil. 1,1 .1....
tl 7j. ( Kill Itis., on total Height 01 hidu.ulluv
aim Ulvssed lieel.
Woikinn O.M-H.-l 30 ,i fOS'J, perpr.ir or
iccoriii .11 unite us l.euf.
;..!, It Cin.,-p) ft-,5( L,Nn.a aml k,0()l j73
n ill 0. without cahi-s, uu hi.iv he agreed; tarrox
ami oiilimii 1 ;U5 a ,M,
.simp i,u,i,, 2i 4c; extra 0 0J
$U U(l pi )' '
mi.. it.Wln 'sale, On (!c; retail, 1) (( COo.-Dri-bui-u,
w uOiicnts. Pat Hogs 11c 11 0j.;
vi;.i 11.. jiiliun jU0UU,.,-i head.
Ij s, 01 u luc
iiioi-.llni;litiiii. 10 ,1 H,. . 11, (-,,,,,, 1, v
Laltslilns 3c 11 2lc ner -b.
............ 0, ; ,,
i-i-iiR. -Ul) 5o 11 l() 75 each.
; TUESDAY, OCTOBER UOtli will bo'
j tho LAST DAY ho will httv HOGS I
at tlio St. Albans Market.
All who wish to avail themselves of
this LAST OPPORTUNITY
will thou have tlio chance.
Ho will pay the
Grruu Sb Col:fax
BlllXO not mil a leturn of ) race, lilt a
linn lit x down in the prices of tirt clacs
ii i lilt ii .tin tit t ek, "ot which the Mtbor her
will Itiinish, for the pling 1'lniitlng of lfcU'.i,
eovnl trees and plants at tln fo.lowilig
T a w Pi 'ices :
Stiu dartl Apple, 1-t oht.., 4C.0 feet tier l(i') 30
do rear, do (!'- (to u
do do oxtr.i sie, each il tnil.tni
Dwarf Apjile. 1st. elaox. do 7.1c.
do an 'icarini ize, tn m
do l'eav (hi do do Jltoil.AO
do do 1ft i'lr. do 75'.
( lu.tiy lim n, staudartl or iiwarl i.c.
I'liini trees, 1 .1 oiass . 51
lielnware, Conco.d, Hi mi, Hirtforh
Viodtlc, t rending, It hiecil, Allen's
I lylind. and other good OrapiH $1 per dnz
Adirondack, Iona. and Nraella IS portion
lt.iefs lhhi.ds, Nos. 1.'.. 1!), I, U. til,
I, 12 Hficaoh
ItugtrV NeM Sa't'io me yen, 1 1.50 do
d do two je.ir-i f;l do
New llyhnd lUaua, llaiiilmig, two jean f.1 do
Shnih anil I Vikv,
And Urtliji' I'lantn,
ix snonr, axyuiixg
III the ahnve line furnished at price as low as
tlie market affords.
I'.i-n-e address, '. O. linx Cli.
GEO. W. WHITLOCK,
Dealer in IVttit Trees,
2oB Bi rlington, Vt.
BOAED OF EDUCATION,
SccnnTAitY's Off cb,
St. Joh lsbuy, Septcmbjr, 1303.
j TEACHERS' INSTITUTES
rpEA MIF.HS' IN'STITUCESfjr tho Counties of
X Washington, Calcdmii, I'ss.-x, Oilians,
Franklin, Lamoille, and Grande l.do, wi.lbeho.d
as fo.ljws :
At Cabot, Oct. 121 & 22.
At Danville, Oct. i-'.'t & 21.
At Lunenburg, Oct. 0 & '28.
At Barton, Oo:. ai & 31.
At Georgia. .Nov. 8 A-4.
At Stowe, Xov. 17 A 18.
At Ninth Hero. Nov. 10 & 11.
The Institutes vwll continue i- .'.ession two
days, coninieiiuitig at 0 o'cloc.i a.m., with a lec
ture on the oeiiiug pr.-c.-diiig each Institute,
and on tin- eu-niug of tli : llrjt diy of c.icli. In
animation for Iiistitnlo CortilU-ati-s will In- he.d
during the i-ec md diy.
A!l fi n nds of l-M ic itio i are i'.ivitinl to attend.
Town Superintendents i;ro ren-icit -d to see tli il
teacher.-, .no notuiti.l to attund. Clergyuun are
respectfully invited to give naticn from their
A. E. RANKIN,
Academy Hall, St. Albans,
TUESDAY EVKXXG, OUT. 2(A
POSITIVELY OXU NIGHT ONLY !
THE PEAK FAMILY,
.S'ici.ss 1 it'll Hiiiyrrs,
Assisted by tlie following artists :
A. W. WiiiTCWiit, Harpist,
War. Lavakk, Baritone,
Miss K.vtik HtJTCiusox, Soprano.
Admission, .'"ic. Children, 2."e. Re
solved teats, Gjc. 'tickets for sale at
Huntington's Jewelry fit ore.
D. A KKYES,
TMosrnu ic oDoit.vi'oit
attic eev. r invented for l'eilumm
1.0001s at Olil.KN .V MCllllL.S
Xo. I, LaAc htn-.it.
t NEW Supply of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent,
J.X. Med.ciutH, iVcjust 11 coiled at
Olthli .V Mt'lIOLS,
No. I, La.-e Street.
CtOM.iIEIIOIAI. Colli.'go ltoouih ; possession
given Sept., 1st. Three lluoins easy of
access, and very plea-ant situation for l.'luh
Itooniu or ollices.
W.M. N. SMITH.
St. Albans. Aug. a, ISCd. diOtf
PIANO FOR SALE.
AT h- l'liOCl'DU has for sa e. at a vintv i.ovy
lTl It.vri:, a veiy nne Piano, 7 1-1 octave, itosi
vo. l hum-, carved legs, Ac. ; Mi iiuluctnrctl by
the United l'iatio l-'orte Co., New York. Those
dcnirou-i of pur -basing a piano won d do well to
call at Mr. Proctor's rooms, No, I, Smttii's IllocU,
bolero ptltchasing elsewhere. Mr. Proctor has
also the ageticv for Stuinwav ,t Sons, and most
of thu Huston i'i.iuo Manutactiirius, and is pre
parcd to oiler Pianos and Parlor Organs at icrv
low rates ludilif
j 4 PL HTION "ill bo presented to themixt leg
x. islutuin for a grant of a Ferrv from A. J.
I'ln lps'.i in Albtiigh. to Ninth Hero, and from
I .hi hoy lliiiii's In Vinlli M. in 1.. ill 1.
nginie mile each wa from said I'crrv.'
A. S. l'HKLI S, ; ....
JA11KZ 11AZKX. f I'-titionors.
, ....MHj;,,, CA
ITOlt SALE. -A pkasantly located residence
in St. Albans, with one or two acres ol
land, as may be desired. Twelve good looms,
ccller, cistern, excellent well of water, house
and kirn nearly new. Apple, pear, pinm, and
cherry trees, partly In bearing, of best varieties,
Also grapo vines, etc. The cheapest place in
town at tho price asked. Terms verv easv.
loo further particulars, enquire at the' Tiu's
sonirr ( uiiin. 215-tb
rpt) I'AltAlKltH AX1) orilF.US-Tlii' subsciib
X ers having ,nirchased and lilted up In goml
order, the W ooicu .Mill at Swalitotl Falls, foi
inerly Wnowu as l'latt's Factori. are now pre
pared to manufacture Cloths or Yam for wis
(outers or ecliaiigo the samn for wool. A lib
eral sli.ue of pitronage solicited, and satlsfao
X. It. Oilice in fiuith en l of Factory, where
may he found the books and accounts o'f the iate
linn nri'l.itt.V Ilinklcv.
ui'.Mf MKins.v nivKi.v.v.
rilllli Cni'AlirNKIthllll' in the Insuranco
, J h'isiiiess heretofore eiting hetiw en llew
ey and Xohle, and S. K. Ooulsiuitli, under tho
i In in name of Di-wey.Xoblo ,V Co, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent.
' st. Alhan-. Vl., August 1, I8CS
FARM FOR SALE.
N"F.AU the c'titrc if Wolcntt. two miles from
Wolcott Village, and in sight ot Lamoille
Vadey Uailroad, about 131 acres of land, free
li'om stone and rich swales for grass. Oood
builditiKs. well lini-lnd and well watered. Oood
apple and s igar orchards. Price, f 1.300 ; turins
lioir.il: tith perfect. Kmpiire of tho sub
scribei. LU.M)X SLAYl'OX.
Health, Luxury, and Economy,
MVY hi: SKCUKKI) UY IIAVIXO YOUlt
FEATHER BEDS RENOVA
TED, riVlH is done ny a Steam 1'roce", patented
X Aug Oth, ISfi", and not only niiA'cs theni
i-ieali and who e.oiiiL'. wliich pr, vents si 'A'ness
hut relieves each lllni troin its ni.itt d condition,
increai-ii g tlie hulA-of tlie bed of.entiiues one
I ail', theieuy leiidcriiig tliein more luxurious.
In fact it is evervthing essential to old or new
Destroying a 1 inn lis, or liahi ity to them, re
moving all dis-igreeab e scent, (common among
new feathers,) and ail giimmv and glutinou-.-lbst-Mice
fiom tin- quill; thereby preserving
them from the eO'eclsof ong usage.
We would, therel'oi e. say to the citizens of this
phec. that we are among them for a few davs, to
ri-nder them an essential benefit. Our facilities
are such that, upon being ordered to do so, we
cm t.i.'c and teturn beds the same div, well
renovated and i eaily for immediate Use. for 2
per bed, inc.uiling pillow and holster, if suitable
to run with the bed.
Now give us our het or poorest, now or old,
provided thev i.re lieee or l)uev l-'eathers. Wo
warrant a itisf.iction or maA'o no charge.
County and 7ovvn ltight- for sa e.
T.ItlUltLY, UVAXS, .V CO.
WorA done over .1. l Stono's Stoic, .Main
Street, St. Albans. Vt.
Or .ers left with 0. K. EVANS, Tremnnt Housn.
OUR RULERS & OUR RIGHTS.
A Timely New Work by
AGENTS WANTED 1
fpHE Book for Agents. Old and Young.
L Learned and Unlearned need it constantly,
All tal.c U readily, as the pi ice suits tlie times.
It has no competitor. Is tinelv ihustrated with
The best chance yet o lie red for men and wo
men to make money without risls. Send foi
tciniH. Ktra inducements given. Secure first
choice of Held.
I'AIlMlil.KK it CO,
I'liblis'.iers. "lis Sans uu St., l'liil.idelphia. Pa.
St. Aibans Dining Rooms,
LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS,
DOWNING & STEERE
TAltM MLWLS or Lunches served at all
hours, in the best style.
Fresh liaHimoro 0,vstersi
Itcceived daily and supplied to the Trade at
wholesale prices. nloC, d.Vwtf
Goldsmith & Seavey,
NORTH MAIN St., ST. ALBANS, Vt.
Life, Fire, Inland and Accidental
Insurance effected in Reliable
Dosses equitably adjusted and Pronpt
New Store and New Goods.
C. R. PELL,
1) 1! I X C 0 L 1, S X E W ISl .i : K ,
ON LAKE STREET.
ST. ALBANS, VT.
H.VVK just opened t o largest stocl; of frocl.
ery, i-oinpiiHing all thu new and desirab.e
puuu'us, French, China aud llohemian fancy
aud 'Initio Olass Ware, Cut.eryand Plated Ware,
over offered in this County.
Wo also call attention to our .Stocl; of
1-OltKION AND DOMESTIC DltY flOODS,
W1UTK GOODS, I.I.VKNS,
NOTION'S AND SMALL WAKE.
Tho undersigned would roc-i cctl'ully announce
to the public mat we have adopted 'the OA"-!!
SYSTEM, and ONE i'ltlCE,
Driscol's Now II ii.-U, LalieSt.St, A'h.ina, Vt,
l.i'lil ll'l JU.NObLEY.
KEO. QUAUTOlt OALLON, Lake. Stuet, Kt
A b us.
cut, 1 i8US.
rniUCOT COATS in Short l-ipch, Knu ru.l
JL locks of a.l kinds npd colors at '
W'Al.N. SMITH, ii CO'ii.
J-'ordtt Wruwiit Transcript.
Matters in England.
ELECTION JEWS I
London, 1-Uh evening.
Tho naturalization treaty negotiations
hotweon Minister Rcverdy Johnson and
Lord Stanley arc progressing very favor
ably. Lord Stanley and Minister Johnson
are nuw engaged in considering the Al
abama claims, which will soon bo ar
ranged, subject to ratiiloation by the two
Minister Burliiigame is winning
friends, and the embassy will receive a
hearty welcome, not only at the differ
ent Courts, but from nationalities.
Despatches from Naples represent that
tlie volcanic movement in Mount Vesu
vius lias been most violent, and erup
tions have occurred sending forth copi
ous streams of lava.
New Yokk, October 15.
Tlio Workt'a despatches say,Voorhees
is elected by 2U7 majority.
The State ticket is very close.
The Democrats claim a gain of 14,(M
in 7o counties, and 47 counties ure yet to
be heard from.
They say they will elect Hendricks.
The Tribune says, tlioRepubJcan ma
jority in Pa. is about 12.0JJ ; Oaio, 10, h)
h: la,00J; Indiana, olKI to 5,000.
Wo will probably lose two Congress
menMyers and Taylor in Pennsyl
vania. Covode turns up all right, and Cessna
Republican has got K uutz's seat.
In Ohio wo lose 0110 district and gain
Egglcston is donated by 200; Carey
hyGJJ Republican majority. Sciionck
has beaten Vallandiuham. Winims
.Republican) comes out 76 ahead. No
nope ior Astney.
In Indiana wo lose one district.
Nibbock has overcome the Republic
.s in his district. Voorlii ;n.s in eliw.tnil
m the Otli district.
Tofle is re-elected to Comrress in Ne
We lose several Republican Comrress-
men in Nebraska, but gain one.
New Yokk, 15th.
Tho schooner Isaac Hcrtc arrived this
a. m., from Agnia.
Havti, Sept. 27.
A few days p-rcvious to sailing, the In
habitants expecting a raid, all fled and
took refuge in the shipping in the har
bor. Washington, 15th.
In accordance witli a previous an
nouncement, Col. James O'Bierne,
President of tlie Conservative Army and
Navy Union in Washington, came out
lust night in a speech foo Grant and Col
fax. Roston, 15th.
Maj.-Ocn. Kilpatrick is at the St.
James Hotel in this city. This evening
lie w.U pe escorted by tho varioua bat
talions of Tanners, veterans, Boys in
Blue, &c, to Fameuil Hull, where ho
will address the citizens.
New Yokk, 15th.
BETWEEN l-'ultou Maruet, St. Albww, and
tho l-'air Ground, or on it, a dark colored
niorroeco wal'ct, containing 101, ami a receipt
lrom Severance A Co.. Jloston, to E. C. Oallar.
t'hu tinder will rcceivu a reward f 50 on return
ing thu wallet to E. O. OALLAH.
&t. Aibaus 1'Jth Sent.. I-Wij. nllltf
Farm tor Sale.
SITUATED in the raHt part of Sheldon, on
branch of the. Missianuui itivor, well ktiown
uu tho Joel Whitney farm, containing !0) acres,
lrom oU to 7o acres interval land. Tho farm i
capable of kcepingaO cows, 5 1 sheep, a toam Ac.
Wood and timber land enough lor the farm. A
Good Sugar urchard or 1U(W trees, sugar tools
Ac. Iwo i good dwelling houses tsituated oppo
site, one brick and one wood, A dairv-lioiise
and apparatus tor tho manufacture of" butter
and cheese. Good running water at both hous
es, dairy-housu and barn. This farm is about
5 or 15 niiics trom tho cclcbrstcd Springs. For
further particulars enquire of tho oivuor on tho
premises WILLIAM BLISS.
East Sheldon, Aug. 18, 18118. 230ivtf
Good Dairy Farm
TjlOIt SALE IN MOltUISToWN, within one.
X , half mile of Jlorristowu village
larnt contains about eighty-tlvu acres of good
land, sixty acnn cleared, and the icmaii.der
Four hundred Sugar or Maplo trees, with Sap
Tubs and Sugar Utensils.
A young Apple Orchard of about 150 trora
mostly in hearing. '
House ay. -tu, in good repair, with nood cel
lar. Darn U2 x lil, with cellar uiuUt the whole
and In good repair, ltunning water at house,
aud barn, and pastures woU watv-rcd.
roi ly tons ot hay cut from twenty acroa wili
be sold with the farm if desired.
Seven Cowa. a.yea.rliug heifers, l& Bhfcen. amv
a sjuti ofgood work UorscHwill be aold with thiv
plane i,f desired, and all farming tools.
AU to be Kold very oheap for oasU.
, . , w. if. rowcrst
Morristown, Aug. 15, 18C8.