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VERMONT DA.1LY TiRAJSTBCIUPT, OCTOBERS, 1868.
erinont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALUAXS, VT.
TllUtSSDAV, OCTOHEU 22, ISfiS.
akhivai. of r-ASsrtfonn tbains.
oni the South ami Kntit, 5,43 a. in., 10,50 a.m
1.5 p. in., 8,00 p. in.
-Vom House's Point niul Went, 5,50 ft. ni., 11,
a. in.. 713 J), tn.
"ruin Monti eal. 11 45 a. ni., 7 40 p.m.
tiFI'.U'.Tl'UE or I'ASHKMir.R TIlUSH.
W tho South mill Fast, 021. S 1." a. in., 12 00
, 8 00 p. in.
'"or House's Point ami West, G 05 a.m. 1100
iii.0:30 p. in.
'or Montreal, 0 10 a. in., G 35 p. in.
DAILT AIUUVAl. OF STA11F.S AT NT. AI.IUNs.
('loin SnrcetsburKh ami Franklin, 700 p. m.
'roin ltichford ami Sheldon, 500 p. in.
,'rom Khelilon, 10 00 a. in.
,rom Hakerafield, 11 00 a. til.
iI.Y DEl'AltTl'ItF. OF ST.W1M FIIOM NT. AUHNJI.
Vii- l,V,.i,Lliii nml Ruwtulniri.il. 7 .1(1.1. 111.
'or Sheldon ami Hiclifonl. 8 :!0 a. in.
'or Sheldon, ' (K) p. in.
'or llakcrslldd, 1 00 p. in.
i-en call at the several hotels in town. Stage
ecu at tlie Tremont House.
cmisisu of 1 in: MAILS.
f nilw fur iu Ynrlt rinse at 5 00 a. in. and 7 00
Inils for lJoston close at O.a. in. aim :iu p.m.
.tails for Albaiivnml tho West close at 5 00 a.m
tails for C'a inula clone at . (0 ii.in.
ntithiru and Northern way mail elosti at 5 00
.111''. . M. C A meets everv Monday eVeiuiiL'
at their rooms over Win. N. Smith Stor,
'1.. mini. .in i liiiiitiT Vii. 1. It. A. M. meets the
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ir hall hi I'nioii Itloek. MainStieet.
t..il l.itiitit-iiii rl ..infill. . if llntwir n. 1 nieels
rv Tuesdav evening at their Hall in Dimes
elc, Lake Street.
1 ill 1 .l,, V.. !) 1 I) ..r O T nintu
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rv Friday evening at their Hall in Haines
ck, Lake Street.
i-li... Unn I V. S I f i.f n T meets
lian) meets on the first and third Wednesday
nine or eaeli month at meir nan over r.. n
ii .in i -xiie , r.ujit'.i iin.i.T
in l'l-aulitin County, of anv dailv miner, and
n that account, if no other, the best medium
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11 ay of carriers, and at the olllcc.
pics 01 our wccKiy paper may aisu uc
t !. I...
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lib LllliOW Hill.LSa
hi. 11. 11 uului . milium . 11.1
D. Hopkins, lsaritonc. ot bt. Albans.
1 assist (Jamilli lTrso. who will trivo
III I 1 I 1 I I 1 1 I .IIIII'I'IIMII M . fV IIIMMX
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csday evening Oct. 2", 18US. See
c McRscnner of yesterday says : "Tho
tement in the Transcript of yester.
v mat all tlie Drifoners now eonnneu
the Franklin county ja 1 goforSey
mr and Blair is indignantly denied
them ; for whatever other otlenses
v mnv lin L'liiltv of. ton out ot the
ven refuse to have this burden added
their sins, and wish to vindicate their
rnntnra from tlio nnltist nsiinrsion."
he Transcript made no such state
nt as is herein assorted. hat Wi
d was this: on tho 15th inst. a vote t.f
prisoners in Franklin Countv Jai
s tnken niul 7 votos worn ens' fur Mi-v-
ur and Blair and none for Grant and
Ifax. Is that denied; Ourinforma-
u was 0 ta'.ned from onf of the num-
who was present and vot?d, but mi-
. . 1 . ,. p .i i ,.. ... .
luiniiui uui 111 mm iiiaui im inn iit'if ;
left on thocirly Moiday morning
iu for Windsor Prison to be gone two
irs. Sinon thnt. vn n v.ii ronnrtcil.
leal changes Yavo taken place iu the
cc of voting, numbers have been ad-
1 to it. Or, it may not he iniiij.-siblc
it tllO itimntos Hillf'f. tllnlr Imllut lifiv.i
ard from Pennsylvania, Ohio, Ac.,
d tho same panic has seized them
at is prevailing outside. AVe think
is change in the ballot is but an indl
tionofwhat may ho expected t.) take
icu an aioiig inu 11110s in ovoinuer.
.ii . .1 .. . r .
Basi: B .iri. Tho
.ru I' nf IWn "V V
" "White Stock-1
o "KaL'les." ofSt. Albans, for ;i nintcli
oof base ball to bo nlaved at Bur-
t, IH OllSl- IMIl, IU UU JIl.l.NLliai Ulir-
c ' '
i j-v . fill nil 1 t
uylnii lint Qftfli 'I'ltr Tr ! i m .M linn
ceptcd tho challenge, provided St.
Ibans bo named as the ilaeo instead of
Misfoiitcxis M-viir, Fi:iiicnoi;.s.
.-..i i?nt,.i,n,i- ... r- Pl
onoral iMUiehilOs, now Governor of
'liconsjn, who received an empty Icf.
;vu in uiuui;, ruuvmiy picsenicil to
o neru htannaru. ot Vermont, wiiotinq
l empty right sieve for tho eatne reason,
half-dozen pairs of edd dress gloves,
iio East and tho West aro vet penult -
ti io loin nanus, moium inu wnrr.i tnn
ebelliou did Its vrorit to prevent it ;
Tjie Ilcciprcclty treaty, it is rumore 1, 1
as met with a hoadllaw. Tho draft ct"
treaty v.-aa prenaiotl and approved, it
(.(.UUl UIJ1 LAUJ VJULl'LlllLllI lUIIlIi I iFinllil I i
ab leaay to leave lor A a: liington,
hen orders from England put a btopto
10 proceedings. England believes in
roliiifln I'nr li(irt.fH t m urni-u l.nt rn-
aidfstho diet us a iittlc tco stiimilat-
i!' fcr hor colon tc'i.
Fixed. John Fo'cy, charged with
j wiling a coat from tho sleeping caw,
' . I 1 1 . P . . . T...i .1.
was uror.giii ucioro jusure cnumum on
Wetlnesday, ttnd wa's lined $0 and costs, i
. . 1 - !il .1 1 .
and, 111 (leiaun, wns euniuuiiuu lujau.
Git.vxn Thuxk itoHEiutv. On Tues
day last, the money client of the Grand
Trunk Railway C'om;u:iywn broken
open in a lavage e.ir between Point St.
Charles a (1 Montreal, a-id A14,0 ") in
gold wa? taken thorcf.'om. It was a
daring exploit in tlis? daytime. Tho
distance between Point St CUji'Im and
Montreal is only three or four tulles and
tho chest had been placed in the car aa
FitKQtrKXT Mistake. Mr. Rutland
Herald, please put on your glasses and
see if you found the article In your paper
of the 21st instant, entitled "A fast
young lady," in the Mcwcnyer, as you
stated. Tlie article alluded to original
ly appeared in the Tiutmcrtpt of tho 10th
and is copied verbulini el literatim from
its columns. We should think a blind
man might tell the dilU'funce.
either steal outright or give er.
'I'm: Vv toms Disthut or Vi:u
MoXT. The value of Koods imported iiv
to this district during the year 1807 was
S2,.".lo,214 Co, upon which duties iu gold 1
wiim received, sS-lTT.TGD,"!). Duties on
merchandise entered in bond and paid j
in other distncis MK0,!l70,t , making a ,
tottil iu gold b(i.)S,145,87. Tho amount
dNhiiHcd in cuirency in transneting the
btisinessol tlie ucDartmont was m,iiu,
71 ; deduct for currency received in fees
'l.'!,111S,.".it; amount received by Gov
ernment for lines, fovfoituics and ienal
tlc, SIl),7.f",".S; total oust nf collection to
the Government iu currency, $ol,034,Go.
I)u.ie collected in gold during August
and September, ISilS, $142,tl6fl. fair
Patiints. Among tlie Patents ihsued,
Oct. l.'ith, were one to Earl Guyer of
Wolcott, VI., for improved butter tub.
D. K. Iliekok of Morrisville, for im
provement in potatoe washer. Anteda
ted Sept. SO, 1SC.
J. B. Kelly & N. P. Kingsley of Bran
don, for improved spring bed bottoms.
Francis Ilowlett of West Rupert, Vt. ,
and Charles R. Sherman of Salem, for
improved gearing for grindstones.
Gen. Lick, "tiieCiiiustian GnxTU
51 X." ISlull Jien. Waue does not re
spond to the sentiment that the rebel
General Cluel Is a lilgli toned, lionoraolc
gent'oman an 1 soldier, excusable for
his lack of patriotic devotion to tlie Un
ion by his we.ik-loyalty to tlie Southern
notion of Slate rights. Said Wade in a
campaign .speech in Ohio last week :
Let us see what kind of a Christian
gentleman this Gen. Lee is. 1 know
there is a disposition in some places to
excuse this traitor from the just reward
of his infamy, and yet, sir, he is tlie most
sneaking, infamous rob A of the whole
batch, i was there. I know how it was
when the rebellion broke out. Scott
was at the head of your army, commander-in-chief,
and his chief of stall', his
most intimatccotinsellor, wa3 Gen. Lea,
most trusted by him an I nio3t trastea
by the country. Ho lutk'id there in tlie
councils of Gen. Scott, got all his plans,
understood what ho intended to do to
put down tho rebellion there, as his
confidential ollicer, lingering in Ins
ranks until he had obtained the whole
and then sneaked into the Confederacy
and swore allegience to that, adding tlie
perjury of his soul to hell toiiis treason.
Tliit is the Christian gentleman they
Fui.tox Mawckt. Just received, a
nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hams,
Bologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, To
matoes, Pears, Poncho.-, Water Melons
adn Musk Melons. dtf-91.
WHAT MAKES YOUR HAIR SO
BEAUTIFUL? MRS. S. A. Am.kn'.s
Imi'uovei) (now stj'lo) Haiii Ri:sToiu:n
or DnnssiNU, (in one bottle.) Price One
Dollar. Every Druggist sells It.
.en . fain-Killing Magic Oil is the
. I thii.g . use for frost bites, cliil
"nl ii:if, burns, scalds, bruises, contu
i jmms, and otner painful troubles you
vr tried. "It works like a charm."
-Y Distressing Cough, causes tho
1" iends of the suflbring almost as much
i :iin astlio suflcrer himself, mid should
iveeivo immcuiate attention. JJr. vis
I t.n's Balsam of Wild Cherry speedily
' c. res cough, colds, inlhieiia, tore
tliroat. &c. It will always relievo con
sumption, niul in many well attested
j cafes it lias oH'ected a perfect cure.
. - 1
tiuality and quantity aro tlie tw o de
sirable attendants of "Barrett's Veget
able Hair Restorative." Tho bottles
aro neither corked thimbles, nor the
preparation itself a worthless compound
ol uelcterious minerals, as nas neon
11 .1... 4 I"! til 4- . I. ..
, proven uy uie wani Miiiiiiiiuei! ui uiu
r.. A rIi.n1Hirol fJnntntv ,,,..
1 111 tJIIIIV 4i.liVltiliUllt I. ';viv M v
i - .
A busy man is a locomotive; and. life
a track. Every night lie drives into
"tho house," and stops. Kvery morr-
nig no is lircu uji anew, ami away no
goes .switching oil in one direction and
ii... s t i.to ..-,ii.,n r
then in another. In this routine of
business ho forgets that tho physieial
organism ion is of the most delicate kind.
If a hard iron locomotive needs constant
care, t nd to bo well oiled up and rub
bed oil' every, day how much more
necessary is it that all men and women
' ohould use Plantation Bitters, which are
mo nc jjtut uuru oi uvoryiuuiiS wiul-h
is necessary tc keep the system in a per
fect tone of health, w.
Magnolia "Wa'it.i!. Superior to tin;
L'rt imported CJerman
fold at half tho yrlcc.
I'or many years tho Piano Forto has
held unquestioned monopoly; but a
flowing ti tle for those orchestral cn"t ts
in playing which the Pian j cannct ren
der, has turned attention to tho Organ,
i CLet.. ncss portableucss, and conven
I juco of manlptilatlott are abo advanta
ges in the Anipricui Organs, 113 made
by Messrs. S. I). k II W. t-'initli, of
Baston. which eminently reeotnmcml
f i'Vti i
. .ny yi 7 - . . . I
extensive manufactory of tlie above
named instruments, on Uos'on Keck,
and werj surprised tit the vast amount of
labor i 11 operation, timl the completeness
of the appliances in use, from tho heavy
machinery which cuts the stock, to
the delicate apparatus which fa h Ions
the key work and action. Messrs. S. D.
& H. W. Smith are regarded as tho best
red Organ manufactureis In tlie world,
and although able to turn out otic hun
dred instruments a week, they have
found dllllculty ii filling orders, which
come from all parts of tho country.
None who hear these popular Instru
ments, with their round, s-on irious,
sympathetic and expressive tones, are
surprised : t tho favor with which they
aro regarded by lead ng music tins.
In Fail-held, Ail , 21, Clara U., oiiiicst
daughter or Chester It. and S ti ah It. lturim,
aged 2 veins and 1 month.
As the sweet himj droops to hlnoni no morn,
She ihoup'd to bloom on the other shore,
And her beauty greater far shall bo
In her home beyond thecryst.il sea
Lovely her form uhile lime 011 earth,
Sweet her voice, so full of mil th,
Hut sweeter still those tones shall be
In hi r home beyond the crystal sea.
Her eyi s that were so softly bright
Have lost, in death, their earthh light,
lint hi i;;htcr far those eyes shall be
When they wake beyond tile, erjstal sl'ii.
Clara, mi joyful and full of mirth,
Has taken her leave of this dark, dark e.irlh,
Hut Clara mine full ol joy shall be
In her homo beyond the crystal sea,
AI.UANS MARKET Oct. '10 ldU.
" dried, per lb ,
Hf.ans, per bushel
nurrKi:, per lb
Coiin, per bushel,
Coiin MrjAi., perewt.,...
Lous, per doz
in j i. it, niipcrtiiip
" doubiu extra, . . .
li'iAss. Si.i.D, per buslicl,.
Ii..'., .ei m
l.uir.. ocr iL.,
U.us, ner buswi.-.,
Di"ssed Hogs, ,
I'otatoeh, per bushel, . . ,
,, I'iuk's Island, . . . .
Wool, per iu.,
Wdod per curd,
1 IU 46
3 .U ftj
10 00 as.
Yi "0 Ofi
11 01) Ui,
a as da
yi iu 0
0 oo (tt
30 00 Qt
00 LO QS
1 00 'i
1 00 (i.
i oo (a.
Oil II J
IIOS'IO.V MAKnLl'l'- .Oi l. M
( i:: FxcilANoi:. '1 he muiket for Fhiur is
dull ami puces lemaiu without iiupioxeineiit ;
we ipiotu W estei u Mipciliiic. at 0,23 a ; common
extras at 7 3 a S ; nnjihuin extras at 8.23 a 0,
including bal.cis' 1)1 anils ; Wlutu Wheat, Ohio,
Indiana and .ilichigali, al In a 12,30; Illinois ai
10 a i:l 30 ; St. Louis at 10 a 15; Lawrence Jiills
at 111,50 a 1,25 ; lioston Cilv -Wills ut 10 a 15;
ami Mimhciu at lu,50a 11.23,
Cons is niuct ; Southern and Western yellow
at 1 3: ; ulul Western mixed at 1,25 a 1,2H.
Oats raime liom 73c a hie. live 1,75.
PuoWMO.Ns. Folk is steady and lies been sell
ing at ..j a lor pi line. ; 3i a 31,50 for mess ;
and 3! a 37 tor clear.
Utl.f ranges 1'mni 15 to 18c ior ood mess ; lb
a 2,1 for extra uuss, and 21 a 23c lor tamily.
l.utn l!l a 20i for .-team ami lictt.c remlered ;
ami hiiioUed ll.inis l a liic ; lluttera.i a (!;
Cheest 12) a 17c.
mi ii iin'iivivvnnvnww-wiTr
ACADLMY JfALL, ST.ALJIAMS, VT.
MLLF. CAMILLA U15S0
IHK Celebrated Violinist, Mrs. D. C. Hall, ol
. Hoston, Soprano. Mr. 1J. 1). Hopkins, lluri
toiie. Mr. H. 1. Proctor, l'iauut.
Will fjive one (irand Concert of Vocal and In
strumental music at the Academy Hall, St. Al
bans, on Tuesday um-iuiik, Oct. 27th, 1SI',H.
Tickkts -30cts- Ileserved Seats, 73ets. For
nalo at Mr. HuutiiiKtoii's Jewell Store, on and
a tor Friday, Oct. 23d and at tho" door.
Dooi s open at 7 1-1 -Concert to coinmenco at
L o 6 iv
No. 2 Darrow Block,
THE NEW STYLES OF
Tho best lino of Suits in Town,
The Jlc.st Line ot' Own'oat? in Town.
Tlio Best Lino of l'urnisliiiij,'
tl from New
L. J.IcD. SMITH & CO.
i LACK Piii'.s and Vest i of all kinds just n
)ceivcd at U M. N. SMITH. ACO'S.
CI ALL and i-ee the 1-ett Stock of Clcthing.
Hats and Caps and Funiisliint.' Good- in the
State, at WM X. SMITH, A eO.
L0TlII.N(r f..r FaU and Winter, just Kvi-fveJ
Jixi Sni th's n-w Biocli, WM". X.SMlTiI,ACO'.S j
OYl'MU) Vl'rt or all kinds, and cheap ,
at WM. X. SMITH is C0'9. I
J. VIENKTOT fi4 CO.,
liiil Anssnii Strci't. Xuw VorU.
(ESTABLISHED IN 1062.)
rU beR to call the aid litjon of adici tiseis to
' 1 our njciicy. Our fuel Ities Wlh all the llist
c'assd.illv papers in the e mntrv are second to
none, una mo are fully 1 O'and to offer term-'
and conditions whieU'eaiiuot fail t yivesupe
We can, bv special permission, lel'er to
Mr. H.T. Helnibold, UrugKiat, 5Jl llio.ulwaj,
Messrs. S. lt.Vanduzer .v. Co.. 108 Oivenwieh Si.,
Mourn. Hall A- Itiukcl, 218 areemiieli St 1 net.
Messis. (I l!i uee's Son A Co., Type-Founders.
13 ClniineiH St.
Messis. I'halon ,V Son, New York.
" l'helan A Collender, New York.
" Tarrant A Co., "
" Chiekeiitifi A- Sou, "
ltadwav A Co., "
N 0 TJC E .
riAdF tiADIKS- SUCIKI'Y, e,)iineoted with the
X. Parish of tlie Holy Trinity, Swanton Falls,
will i;ie an
TCfiSPA V KVEXIXO, OCT. '21
A( JKNAISOX's HOTEL.
uii.A general imitation in estendi.
AM in receipt or2:)0 to :Wj bils. of FLOL'l!
ner week, and my facilities are -.iich that I
can supply the trade on as
(i o o (1 T v. v m s
as any other party or parties (as my tlour pays
no tiibuteto middle men. nor '2 V, per bairet to
drummers), with hiiperliue mid IXtra Flour,
made from Milwaukee Club W'beat. by car-load
or singled an el.
WlSTIUl WHEAT FLO CltS,
fiom f;ood to ven choice, iu full supply.
Corn for sale at all times. Cash paid lor Wool
and H:ecp 1'elts.
f.u" I t.u.i till' ) 1:1. ii t ii iir to return mv
noat hearty thanks lorthnvcryliber.il patron
age l liave ri'ceived unci i conimenccil liiisiucss,
and hope for a emit inu.i nee ol tin same.
.1. .1. mntoF.ss.
St. A'.haus. Oct. lit, ISliS.
Autumn and Winter
LADIES' ElUtNlSlllNt; (iOCDS.
1IAVF now opened a now stock ot the above
nniiiid uoods, to which 1 lesiii ctlullv invite
liic notice or tlie I.ail'et. ot St. Aloaus ami vi
lleul lilael; Tlucad and Malta Laces.
Heal Valenciennes and Cliuiy Laces.
Meiino Under ests and L' Mweis, Ksitia Qua'
ity. Meiino Hosiery.
Gloves, Mittens, Scarfs. Ac.
Dress, Sacks, A Cloak FriiiKOs and (limps.
SmainVaies. Ac, Ac.
Making a Speciality of this line of Goods, 1
shall ciuleavor to keep on hand a K"od, liberal
assorti.ieut, and shall not h. undersold by au
one. L.. r. IW.AII'I O.N.
Store next to L. L. Ilutcher A Sonw. 132tf
Mr. F. L. Goodspecd's New House at Mi.ssi
ipioi tipriu-js, is now ready for the reception ol
P I, A X TA 1 A
This is the ,hcM
ai tiele yet put he fort
the public for al
kinds of Sores and
Kruptious o f t h t
Skin, us Salt llhenm
Old Sores, llrokco
111 easts, Stints of In
sect s , Vegetable
Fully iiDlioldins Dr.
Folalid's lepatation as an oriKiuator of valuable
remedies It is the
For burns, sca'ds, fiost bitten pails, clumped
lipt and hands, cracks in the lift, (with which
cltl people are troubled,) styes upon tin eye
lids, and in fact everything to which a salve is
applicable. Price, 25 cents. Manufactured un
der the supervision of the originator,
DR. J. W. FO&AND,
And for sale by all Wholesah and ltetail lli ujj;
gistw, and at Country Stores. Geo. ('. Goodwill
A Co., and P.ust Urns., ,v liird, P.ostou. General
C. K. POLAND,
Proprietor. Also, Agent for Medicines ini.nii-
I'actuied by Dr. .1. V. Poland, viz: Cedar Plas
ter, Diarrhu a F.lKie, Indian Pile Uemedv, Ca
thartic, Pills. Ac. 188-lveow.-
ts laid WOOL sllIHTS
iu laigc variety of
I stvles, now opening at
SMITH A VQ'fi,
BOYS CLOTHING of all kinds just received
at VM. N. SMITH. A GOVS.
HATS, HATS, HATS,
CAPS, CAPS, CAPS
All the Stvles just received at
W'M. N. SMITH, A GO'S.
WOUl. hlVWil'Hot tnery tlcscriptioii, just le
1 1 eeiveil al
WM. N.SMU'H, A CO'iS.
BOYS Over Coats of all kinds at
WM. X. SMITH, A GO'S.
Sack i oats hi every .stvle,
W.M. X.Hnuth.V GO'S,
Smith's new lilock.
A NKW Supply of Di n
J.X. .ueiliciuts, At'
.just received at
Gltl'.L A MCriOLS,
No. I, La.-n Street.
4 l.MutlliK..lC ODUitArt)lt, tilt) mutest
Jl article evtr invented for Peifumiiig sicA
Itoonitf t G1IFFN A MCHOLN.
No. 1, LaAe Streot.
,4 LL tho new styles
Furs and Scarfs now
N. SMITH, A GO'S.
jTX ojiened at
IVU.AGG'S Iimtatant ltelicr and Speer's Stan,
; thud Wiuo Hitters at
GltKFN' A XICIIOLS.
No. I, L'lAe Street
I.OU Si'ltl.NU HTiLK OF hiLK ilAl'h, tall ut
J WM V SMITH
SHIitTSniidDKAWfcJtS, mid Over Shirts of
all kinds, just received at
Win. N.SMITH, & CO'S.
S: oi wa lk Oysters
Kl'.O.tH'AllTOliOALI.ON, hake Sticet, f.t
Oi l. I .V(H.
Aibans Dining Rooms,
LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS,
DOWNING & STEERE
VTA1IM MFAhS or
1 hours, in the best
fcjrvcd at all
to the Trail 0
nliiii ilA w ti
Good Dairy Farm
IOKKAMi IX MOUItlSTOW N. within one-
I. hall mi!' of Moiristown villane
F.u in contains about eighty-live acres of miod
land, sixlv acres I'le.ned, and the rumaii der
i Four hundred Suk.ii m
Tubs and Sii"ar Ftcn-ils
Maple tr. es. with Sap
AyoniiK Apple Orchard ol about l.'O treis,
lllistl in bealilljj'.
Moii-i !10 II), in (nod repair, with iood cel
l.tr. Hani 32 HI. ith cellar limb r the whole
and in pmil repair, lliiniiin water at lions'
and bai n, mid pastures well watered.
Foi ty tons ot ha) cut fiom twenty acies will
be sold with the farm if desired.
Sewn Cows, 5 yearling heifers, 10 sheep, and
a span oI'koo.1 wmk horses will be sold with the
place it' ihsiied, and all fariniiiL; tools.
All to be w,,t,l verv cheap lor cash.
W. II. I'OWKliS,
Mom-town. i. 13,
u'm lov iSaio
UTF.VTFI) iu the east part of Sheldon, on a
branch of the Misisquoi Itivcr, well knmwi
loci vt nancy lat in, coutainiii'' 300 acres.
fiom 51) to 75 acres interval land . 'Phe farm is
capable of ki'i piuj,'50 cons. 5 I sheep, a team Ac.
Wood ami timber land cnouxh tor the faun. A
(ionil Suar orchard of 1IKKI trees, su'.ir tools
c. Two fjood dwcliinj,' hou-.es situated oppo
site, one brick and one wood. A dr.ir-house
and apparatus ior the lnaiinf.ictuie of butter
and cheese. (Inod riinniii,' water at both hous
es, daiiy-liimsy and barn. Thi- farm is about
5 or 0 niile.-i from the eelebi-ited Springs. For
further particulars emiuir. of the onner on the
premisis WILLIAM IlLlSS.
Fast Sic Idim, Auk. l0S.
230 iv 1 1
FARM FOR SALE
Tin- sub-enber being iu poor health will sell
his farm iu Irasburgh, situated about one mile
from Coventry village containing one hundred
mil -35 acres ot land, in an ecellent state o
cultivation, has a good 01 chard of one hundred
ti-.i s, is well watered, good buildings, is well
fenced, has a good sugar orchard, free from
tones, light ot soil, laud is one ol the best bar
gains in I he county. Terms very eisv.
CIIAHLKS ( HAMliKltLIN.
Iijisbuigh, Sept. I. 1H0H. wS-232
Farm for Sale.
fpiIR subsc ibcr ofl'cis for .sale his farm King
1 In West lord, in tho Countv ot Chittcm'e! .
containing two hundred and tweuty-tive acres.
liuililuigs all new. Location on a good road
me nuie from the village : near school and
chinch, well fenced -running water to the Inuwe
and barns- an abundance of fruit. Two l-ooiI
sugar orchards ; all the Farming, D.i irv and
hugar tools. Also, with or without slocl. on the
farm. The above farm will keep forty cows and
team through the year. For I'm I her particulars
impure of the subscriber on the premises.
.lOSlU'll 11. CHAKi;.
Westfm d. .) one 22d. 18118. 223wtf.
I TV) It SiAI.F. -A pleasantly located residence
iu St. Albans, with one or two acres ot
land, as may be desired. Twelve good ro mir.,
culler, cistern, excellent well of water, house
and barn nearly new. Annie, near, ilium, and
cherry tivs, partly iu healing, of best varieties.
Uso grape vines, etc. The cheapest place iu
town at tha priiiu asked. Term's very easy.
Foo further particulars, empiire at the' Tiia'n-scnil-r
BF.TWF.F.X Fulton Market, St. Albans, and
the F.-.ir Ground, or on it. a dark colored
morrocco wallet, containing ?I5I, and a receipt
t'roin Severance A- Co.. Hoston, to F. O. Gallar.
Fbo Under will reecho a reward f f5 I on return
ing the wallet to F.. 0. GALL.VI!.
St. Albans I'Jtli Sept.. HfiS. nllltf
riVI FAItMFltS AND OTHKIIS. - The subscrib
L ers having purchased and fitted up in good
order, the Woolen Mill at Swanton Falls, for
merly known as Piatt's Factory, are now pre
pared to manufacture Cloths or Yarn lor cus
tomers, or exchange the same for wool. A lib
eral share of patronage solicited, and satisfac.
X. 11. Office in south end of Factory, whero
in iv bo found t he books and accounts of the lato
lir.n of Piatt A Hinklcv.
2111-tf ' MLTGSA HINKLUV.
rilHK COl'AltTNKltSHIP in the Insurance
J. business heretofore existing between Dtuv
ey and Noble, and S. K. Goldsmith, under the
firm name of Dewey.Noble A Co. is this day dis
solved bv mutual consent.
DKWKY A. NOHLF..
Nt. Albans. Vt., August 1, ISlia
ClOMMFIiCIAL Collegu Itooms ; possession
) given Sept., 1st. Three llooius easy ol
access, and very pleasant situation for Club
liouuis or oliices.
WM. X. SMITH.
St. Albans, Aug. 3, 1SC.H. d70tl
A YOUTH'S CLOTHING of all kinds cheap
X t WM. X. SMI 1'H. A GO'S.
TIVlK liest hliic.. ol l lotliiug iu tun nl.ile Jilst
J. received at WM. X. SMI I'll. A GO'S.
C1AKDIGAX JACKKl', All tlie New Stvles just
I received at Will. N. SMITH.
FW Stylo ot Fall and Winter Caps just re
ecivc.il at WM. X. SMI I'll, k Go's.
p LOTH ING,
CLU I lilMi 1
The hirgest Stock of Clothing. Hats and Cans
and Furnishing G iods ever otl'crcd for sale i
Vermont, is now opwued at '
WM. .N.MIJTH. A- GO'S.
TO WM. X. SMITH A GO'S for vonr
lllaek Sack Coats.
GO'S for Husint'.
Suits of all kinds.
FNT'S SHAWLS Just received
W.M.N. SMII'H. AGO.
tl HOltT FUOCKS of all kinds, just received
O at WM. N. hAHTII, ALO'S.
riMHCO T COATS in Short Frocks, mil I'M
X Flocks of all kinds and coitus at
W'U.N, SMITH. A- GO'S.
SI111U.S and Draw cis ot all Itiuds now opciiuu
at WM. X. .SMITH, ACO'S.
I 1 O 'J
' IT n.e
TO WM. X. SMITH A CO'S for your Fad
nJ Winter C'otbiiu.'
PAPFU COLLAHS and CFt'I'S or all kindu
t Wm. X. SMITH, & CO'S.
trthv Wnwnt IVntitcrlpt,
EARTHQUAKE IN INDIA.
Nnw Vohk, Oct. 22.
Mazatlnn advices to tho th state that
the people aro excited over Rofocrans'
mission, as they understand that he i
instructcd to enfotee a protectorate.
(ten. Cointo claims that tho murder of
Patni was committed by private orders
from tho Supreme Government,
Patorri'g friends had pronounced for
Santa Anna, having heard .hat ho was
proclaimed Emperor of Mexico.
A Charleston special says, Gen. Scott
had issued aunt her proclamation stating
hat tlie laws of the State are defiod,and
unotl'ending citizens murdered. He
calls upon magistrates and all local au
thority to enforce the laws of equality.
Ho says that all citizens, white or col
ored, aro equally entitled to protection
in their rights, and ho is determined o
u o all his power for that purpose if his
e.'forts to peaceably accomplish it arc
frustrated by lawless men. Ho will or
ganize and arm a sufficient force to over
(o:no the resistance, and the responsi
bility of t o consequence, however
(lii-astrous and deplorable, must rest up
on the heads of those who provoke
The Herald says, a proposition is now
made to place Ex-Gov. Packer, instead
ol P.lair, on tlie Democratic Presidential
Mail reports from India, dated Aug.
20, state thnt Pishnwur was visited by
an earthquake, at first gentle biu after
wards violent. Rastians wore shaken
down, and sentries were buried beneath
tho walls, but were yet alive. In tho
c'.ty, towers and walls fell, but no lives
A Lafayette, Ind , special says, tho
election of 25 .Democratic State Senators
and Representatives arc to be contested.
The Steamship Rising Star, from As
pinwall, has arrived.
General Blair spoke in Chicago last
tXIIAXKIlUPTCY.-In the District Court of
the United Slates, for the District of Vennont
iu the matter of
llanknipl Notice is hereby given that u pe
tition has been tiled iu said' Court, by Lafayette
Cady, of Faiifax, in said District, dulj
dec.aied a bankrupt under the Act of Congress
of Maich 2, lb7, for a dischaige and cerlilicato
thereof, fiom all his debts and other claims
provable under said Act, and t.iat the 3d day
of November 1S08 at 111 o'clock A. M., be fine
the lloa. D. A. Smalley, Judge of said Court, at
..s Chambers in the city ot liur.iligtoti, is as
signed I'm-1 he healing of the same, When and
where all creditors who have proved their debts,
and other persons iu interest, may attend and
show cause, if any they have, why tho prayer
of said petition should not be granted.
Dated at liuilington, on the 12th day or Octo
230-3 1!. 11. SMATLFY, Cloik.
Notice to Claimants and of Sale.
V1K following described property was seized
bv olliceis of the customs, for violation of
the lievciiue Laws ot the Uliitcil ht2te.i, to wit :
At lierkshire Sept. 0th, 1803, 1 Harness, 1
At Highgate 23th July, I gallons Whiskey.
At Finisinrgh,2Hth July, 1 gall whiskey, 7 ho lies
At Franklin, 28th.Tulv, 5 gallons WhUkey.
At St. Albans, 10th August, 10 Hot ties llraudv,
11th September, 15 yards Jllack Silk, U yards
Dress Goods 0 yards Ulack Lace, 1 doz Lumen
Handkerchiefs," 2 Lace HandUerchiets, -1 Toilet
Mats, 1 FieliKilass. 1 Mink Mull. Sept. 1 th
ISliS, 12 vds Pophu, 2A vds Plush, 1 suit of cloth
ing. Sept. 11th, ISliS. 2.1 yds Corded Silk,
(lilack,) 12 yds lllaek Silk.
Any person or persons claiming the property
so seized arc hereby notified to appear within
twenty davs from the tirst publication hereof,
and liic with tin Collector tit Customs for tin
District of Vennont, a claim, stating his or her
interest iu the piopertv seized ; also, to execute
a bond to the Lnilcd States, in accordance with
the provisions of the trtc.ltli section, let 18th
July, 1801!. Fnder the provisions of the 15th
sct iion of the aforesaid act. the piopertv abme
described, bcizcd, at lierkshire Uth Sept. 1808,
will lie sold at pub.ic auction, at the Custom
House, at lierkshire, on Saturday, 2lith inst., at
11 o'clock, a. in.
GFO. J. STANXAltD,
1'iillt'flur iif' ( 'Hftiiiitu,
Custom House, District of Vermont, Collect
or's ollice, Jliuliimton, 10th Kept. 18(iS.
rpIIK St. Albans llank of St. Albans, Vt whose
I l. chaiter terminated on tho25tli day of .March,
Imi8, hereby givo noticu that it will rede'em its
1 outstanding bills, at its banking house, Iu the
i. V. :....! Ii.... 1. ..r v. .Il...u '.... ......
etJlliillt mitiwijui jitiiii. ui aiuiiim, ...I ..in.
ear from tho 25th day of May, 1808, agreeably
'to the following act. II. 1U1ILOW,
St. Albans, Vt., May 20th, 1308.
Ui act relating to thoicdcnipt:on of Banknotes.
It is hereby enacted, Ac.
Six. 1. After the expiration of the. charter ut
any bank chartered by this State, or after tho
termination of the existence of any such hank,
agreeably to the laws of this Statu, such bank
may causo notice to bo published in ah tho week
ly newspapers ot the county where such bank is
located, for one full year, setting forth that said
bank will redeem its outstanding bills, the day
ot the expiration of its charter or tho dato of
the termination of its existence, and a copy of
this act; and upon duo publication ot tuch no
tice, neither such bank nor its ollicera shall bo
liable to any action for the non-redemption for
any of its outstanding bills, unless the same
shall have been duly presented and payment
thereof demanded w ithin tho year atoresaid, at
tho banking house of said bank.
Sim. 2. Alter the expiration of the charter,
or alter the termination of the existence of any
such bank, as aforesaid, such bank shall cease
to be subject to the operation, or liable to the
provisions of tho sixty-third section uf chapter
eightv-niue of the general statutes.
Kr.i. II. This act shall talat cll'cct fiom ita
Approved Nov. 10, 18CC.
.May 20th, 18C8.