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Vermont Daily Transcript.
ST. A Xj13 A.ISTS, VT, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1S6S.
priJMSIIED EACH EVKNING.
Win Hai-nrS HUH: hike St.. S'. Albmis, U.
P. Davis, Proprietor
xct. in advnnro.
I month hi ri1v"or
ee month", in mlvancp,
month, in advance
Idvertleei'ipnt1 "hnnhl !' hmdi-d in nt arlv
I ho morning of the day or their nuemieu pim
tinn. BUSINESS CARDS.
Ul.KSA( ROWLUY, Dealers In Groceries
ami West lnili.1 Hoods hi every iicscripuun.
lilts' New Block, Lake Street, St. Albans, er
rILLRD PARKING ion. Arrui i;- v
Counsellor at J.iw audaoi euor
Oillcu with II 8. Royce, llraincril lliock,
lAU.aiis, vt. aiu-iy
AI1.KY, DAVIS it ADAMS, COUNSEL
ORS AT LAW and Solicitors in Chancery.
Ice in Union Block, .M. Albans, t. Uctl
IA 11. BAILEY, TAlti: DAVIS, II. C. ADA31S.
LAISDELL A BIN'GHAM, Attorneys at Law,
and Solicitors in Chancery, uamnriiigo, i.
It A K. 11LA1SDEI.I., .M. A. Ul-tOll.ol.
SAHEL 8. HYDE, Dealer
in all kinds ol
Block, St. Al
203 Family Groceries, Harrow
, Vermo t.
It. AV. TIIIHAULT, Physician and Sur-
cooh. Graduate ol tne university oi cr,
bit. OMco: Fairlield street,
lisdell's Clothing Ilouho.
Le.VI'ON it AVll.SO.V, Attorneys at Law,
and Solictors in Chancery. Olhce in No-
Is New Jilock, St. Albana Vt. Attend Courts
lularlv in rrankhn, OrloaiiM, and Lamoille
C. IICNTON, W. D. WILSON.
GIL 51 A X, D E 5f T 1ST. Ollieo in the
, KINSMAN" BLOCK, Main St., opposite the
rr it. si1 oowa.v, un.vTisT.omce
over Wead and Unren's Dru store,
Albans, Vt 2-tf
JitCIC, Al'l'UllNKY AN'U COUNSKL
, LOIt AT L . Also Asent ior iirst
us innurancu uonipamus, anu ior oniainniK
Idiera' pay, Ac.
pinco over eehs' store.
A. SOHXES, Attorney and Counsellor at
, Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Ollieo ovel
Inl National Bank, St. Albans, Vt.
. a.w in attuinl to Collections, and prosecute
Innu against the United States tor Arrears of
i; lOrUounty to Soldiers, idow s and invalid r
isioue, tVc, .vc. J-u
iICIIAUDO.N'S l'ICTUHK U.YM.E.'tY.
Main, opposite Uaiin Stieet, St. Albans,
(Uu .itairs.) Oneii all hours of the day,
kiidays excepted.) All tho latest styles of jiic-
Iish mill." at tins uauei v. i..uuius ami i ie
o FraniOB, Stereoscopic and eard Pictures ol
rmoiit Sccuerv, ad at low prices. Call earh
11 often. T. O. ..ICHAHUbON,
lion UK V. lIoutillTO.N, Attorney i d
Counsellor at Law and Solicitor m Chan-
ly, St. Aluaiis, Vermont. umc( near uo l'osi-
ice, and residence on vicnicn streei.
Uso, United States Commissiouir, Coinnus
l.icr of Uecds lor tno states ol .New uri.
sachusetts. and other States. Ho will kivi
pinnt attention to all professional huauicir
Ih which ho may be entrusted.
St. Alban, Nov. 4, 18 4. tf
S. NOIIW1C1I, Practical Steam and
Oas Fitier. Urns and Iron uoods of everi
bcnptiou, for steam, water, and gas. ouii
. locks repaired, and Keys litted, .Vc.
Bt. A.bans. Vt. 173-ly
A51ESSTUXK, (iltocKU, Kingman IJlock
.Main Street, St. Albans. t. llli
AUR.VIl BKOTIIEKS, lltON" Ml'.lt-
la 1 era in Nails, Ul iss, Oils, Paints, Agricul-
rai roots, wiuuu wo oiler at a low casli tlguie
Ujruer Like and Main streets.
St. Alb-ins. March lli, 18111. 1-tf
"EnUEIlT UKAl.VKltU. dealer in Fore
ign and domestic ury uoods, Knots anu
jcs Yank e .Notions, corner of Alain and ISauL
roots, St. Vlbaiis. Vt. 10U
II1AULICS WY5IAA, dealer in Fine Watch
fl es, Clocks and Jewelry, Storl ng Silver anp
ver Plated Vare. Fancy UimkU u great vu-
Ity. Watch Itopainu ' and Kiigrav ng. St.
Dans, Vt. 103
c. POST & HO., dealers in Dry (Joudi
and choice Family Groceries. Corner ol
Liu and Fainield Streets, St. Albans. Vt. 117
I. C. TOST, L. JANUH.
ilKitlCAN HOUSE, Itieliford. Vt.. .lerrv 1!
sweatlaud rroprietor. llns House is lociu-
ill tho centre of the village, near the Custom
uuse. I'ost-uineo and Jims. iuim.v
TILL & SAFI'OltD. AttornnvH at Law. and
J. Solicitors in Chancer , Olllce, Lake Street
, Albans Vt.
AVID OuaiVTOUD. llook Binder and
lilauk B.iok Mauu acturer,
Lingman Block, St. Albans, Vt
ok llmdiug in uvory style from the clieaiies
uio iust cosuy, ana all done in a tuorougi
3ec. 20 18G7 18CniG
ST. A'lEAXS, VT.
. . Clv.uk.
It. ti.A, CLARK has romovod to South Main
street. Olllce at his reside
St. Albans, t.. May. 2. lMif
HORACE P. HALL, M. D.
(Late of the Army, Ac.,)
las returned to St. Albans, and may bo found
ior tnu pruseiu at tue American Hotel.
articular attcntiou iiuitl to On
uraiive aiii'Kury. low-iy
I A Bujienor article of Graham Flour, for sal
. me store oi u.uctEa .v cttuiymv.
d33-tf Lako Street.
SAVE YOUR MONEY
Y buying tho new Patent Plated Spoons an
t Forks. Warranted to wear enual to the
Ijst Treble Plato at very much less price. Call
UVW .UVU. . . . U . . .1 q . W II L 3 . oiuu 01AIL
I hum ... Ililii,itt..t.i.. ........ II. ..
10 to W.M. N.SMrrji, Si CO'a for food Cloth
TTKItMIIVT rlCNTUAI. AM) St'LLlVA.
OommonBina Sopt. 14. 1903.
UtAI.NH OOINO HOt'TII ANL I'.AMT
Leavo St. Albans at 0.2 I a. m., 12.11 uo.in,
and 8.00 l). in. ......
Mail Train leaves Rouse's Po lit at 1:10 a. m.,
receives passengers from Ogdensburgh It. It.,
and connects at White River .Junction anil Bel
low Palls with trains Tor Boston. WnreeMer,
Hpringtleld, ami with train on Paxsunipslc K.
it.. nrtivcK at New ork at 10.1.) )).
iiav Express leaves Montreal .it a;w a
tnlnw t 111:11(1 a. ill.. OirdensbtlI'i:!l
at 0'30 a. In.,
Rouse's Point at lu:13 a. in., for Boston, Ac
riving in BostoL lia
Lowell at 1U:.'!U p. Hi.
Cht'hin' lioad for llostoli and Worcesttr and
'it 1 1 V.'nniml YnlleVlIatiroadlorMiriugiiem, ic,
and arriving in NewYork at 12.30 p. ill.
TUAINS (101NO NUllTll AND WEST.
Leave St. Albans for Montreal at 0:10 a, in..
ml (i:35 p. in. For ltouso's Point, Ogdeiisourgli
ml the West at 15:03 oud I1:0J a. jii., and (5.3U
Uav Kxprcss lfavc Boston via. Lowell 8.00 a.
. for MiivliiiL'ton. St. Albans. Montreal. Ac.
arriving at Montreal at 10:1) p. m., igdensburi'li
it li!:;!0 a. in., inailliig ciose imjwikcuuu iuhi iuu
train lor the West.
Mnil Tra n leaes llostoli via Lowell, at coi
. in., via Lawrence and Fitchburg at 7.30 a.m..
pringtield at 7:15 a. m., for Burlington, mid
Tho trains leaving Boston via. fiicnuurg at
7:3(1 a. in., and Sprimjtiold at cIj i1. m., connect
t White ltiver Junction witlitliu Day imprest
Irani. . .......
Accommodation Trail' leaves rsortnneid ai
7:15 a. m., lor Burlington, Uiitlaml, St. Albans,
Houses Point, Ogcndesburgli. Ac.
Night Lxpress leaves Jlellows falls at lu.uo p,
.. receiving passengers from Vermont Vallej
Itailroad, leaving New York at 12.15 p. in., and
'rom Chi'shiro Uailroad, leaving llostoli at :.iu
in., connecting at Nlut'j Hlver .lunctloii wan
train leaving Huston at o:on p. in., ior mining
ton, House's Point, Montreal and Ogdensbtirgh,
loimeetini; wun sioauiius uiiuuianu aiuiiA
I'rains for thcWest.
Sleeping earn aro attached to notn tno nigni
xuress trains ruuniug between St. Albans am
Boston, anil St. Albans and Springticld.
Tlirouirli ticKots ior cnicago anu mo nesi iui
ale at the principal stations.
It. iilijimiijii, oui.i
St. Alums. Sept. 14, 18C8.
RCTLt.M) AXD UUIILIXCTOS AND VT
On and after l'ec. 2d, 18C7, trains will nu
as follows, viz :
MOVING HOUTn AND EAST.
Leavo Burli.igton at 8:30 a. m., 1:35 p. in. :i:3f
;15 p. m. Arrive at ltutland ul u:2a a. m.,4:Jl
in. ti:W a. m. l.'..-u a. in.
Leave ltutland at 4:00 a. ni., 12:00 m. Arrhc
Bellows Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 p.m., A 3:25 a.
Leave Bellows Falls at 7.50 a. m., 2:2o p. m.
1:30 a ni. Arrivo at Bratt.uboro' at 8:o0 a. ui.,
1:20 p. m., 4:27 a. m.
MOVING .SOUTH AND WEST.
Leave Brattloboro' at 11:00 . m., 1:13 A 3:00 f-
n. Arrive at itellows lulls at VZMU t. m., ami
:40 and 11:53 p. in.
Leavo Bellows Falls at 12.35 p. in., 5:45 p. m
10.00 p. in. Arrivo at ltutland al 3:10 p. in.,
J:u0 p. in. 12:35 a, in.
Lamve uuiianuai u.wu n. m., i.au v. ni . .i.ai
. iii. 1:30 it. in. Arrivo at lsurnngiou ai u:u ,i.
u.. 4:25 p. ni.. and (l.lii p. m. 1.1.) a. m.
TIIAINS COS'NEC.p AS FOLLOWS :
7 At Burin i ton villi Boats on Lake Cham-
ilain and Ven out Jontral and ermont and
Canada Badroauo, or Montpeher, St. Albans,
tollse's Point, jloutreal. Ogdeiisburgli, and the
A'est. At ltutland with trams tor 1'roy, Alb mj
uid Now York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady,
ind tho West. At Bellows Falls with trams on
Cheshire Itailroad tor l'ltcliburgli, Vtoreeeter,
Lowell, and Boston. With t. Valley Itailroad,
or Brattloooro , .spnngtleld, Itartlord, .ew iia-
t'uu. and Aow lorii ami witn ciuiiivau i.aiiroau
for Windsor, W hue Biver Junction, Wells ltjver,
.St. Johusburv, Newport, Littleton, and the
I'asseinieiM tor tho West will find this a cheap,
ileasant, and expeditious route.
FOB TICKKTo, and all necessary information
emjuire at tile OiUces on the line.
tf. uiiu. a. jiiiuimji. aunt.
On and after Monday, Nov. 11, 18(51, Pasaeugei
1" rams will run as lollo.vs :
Dav Express Train loaves Concord a 0.35 a.
n.. ior White River Junction, eonnectinsr with
trains for Montpelier, Burlington, Rouse's Point.
Moutrea., Ac, and with Ogdeusburgh uud Gratid
iruiik llailroads, lor tliu ttcst.
.u ml Irani leaves Concord at 'lu.-ij a. in., in
White River Junction, connecting with train loi
.Nells ltiver, St. Johnsuury, iiarton, .Newport,
tS'illoughby and Magog Lakes, Stuustead, Hath,
Littleton, and Laucuaier; also, with trams foi
ilontpelier. Burhuuton, St. Albans, Bouse s Point,
Moutrelu, Ogdeusuurgii, and tliu West.
llristol Tram leaves concord at J.M p. m., loi
Franklin and Bristol.
Evening Lxpress Tram leaves Concord at 8.1:
p. ui., lor Whito lliver Juuctioii, eonnectitig witl.
trains for Montpelier, Burlington, St. Albans,
Rouse s Point, Montreal, Ogdeusburgh, and tin
Or on arrival of trains from Boston. W orcester.
Portsmouth, Poitland, Ac.
Moniing Express Train leaves Whito Rivei
lunctioii lor Concord at 1.15 u. in., or on arrival
.if train from Ogdeusburgh and Montreal, On
.Mondays ul o.'jj instead oi l.lo.
Bristol Tram leaves Bristol for Concord at f
a. in., uud l'lauliliu at'J.rz a. m.
Mail Train leaves Whito River Junction foi
Concord at 12.15 p. in., or on arrival of traint
over the Vermont Central, Passuuipsie, and
White Mountains Railroads.
Dav Express Train leaves Whito Rivet Junc
tion at 4.03 p. in., or on arrival of trains from
Montreal and Ogdeusburgh, Brattloboro', Keene,
Uellows Falls, Windsor, Ac, connectim; at Con
cord with tram for Manchester. Nashua, Lowell
These trains connect at Concord with trnint
for Jlanchoster. Lawrence Portsmouth, Port
land, Nashua, Worcester. New York, Lowell, am'
Boston. ONSLOW STEARNS, Agent.
Concord. N. II. Nov. 10. 18(54. w-tf.
THE ST. AUUNS MHGADE BAND
Aro pteparod to furnish muiic for
And on other occasions where Band and String
Music is roquirod,
Orders addroaaod to
GEORG-E E. KINSLEY,
W . H . SMITH,
At the Tremont House, will receive prompt at
Oto Wm. N. SMI I'll a cu'd .or yuur lints
VU ao cipuor ittwx u a kuw,
.Sight r.xpress icacs w;"'u,"ti" v "" i"
i ....., ... n.n.i ... IIj.i.mi.'u l'.iint ol I. M.'
i. ... i nn i.
Ill,, jumui'Hi ai . "i.i - "
p. m., St. Johns at .Villi p. m., arriving at Boston
. u 111 n . ..mmrr-llllL' lit Bellows I' All With
Morton & Percy's,
!Im j f " "
PIVOT ACTION BRACE !
A superior Suspender for Skirts or Pants 1 An
Uliequaled brace for the Shoulders. Always a
Suspender. A brace- or not at pleasure. lib
simplicity, durability, ease and convenience
eoinniendit to every Lady, Gentleman, or Yo.ith.
Kxaniine Tor vourseif, and be convinced that all
herein stated' is true. Prices, 75 cents, II 00,
MORTON & PERCY!
Having bought of G.W.Blodgott his new and
entire stock of
Feel satisfied in saying to tho public that they
can sell goods as low as can bo bought in Frank
lin Coui.tr. All wo ask is to have customers
come in, and satisfy themselves, before pur
chasing elsewhere. Wo have, and ai e i cceivmg,
.ill tho new stylos from market, coiisistiiij ol
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Of endleHS varieties, and a large aud well sclocted
Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats
Which wo will sell low for cash. Wo have the
largest assortment of
HATS AND CAPS
To be found in Northern Vermont. If you don't
uolievo it, call and see for yourselves. Oui
Ulothiug is New and Desirable, consisting of
Boys' and Youths' Clothing,
We have u few Winter Over Coats left, that
.vu will sell ut a big discount from cost, for cash
Remember tho place, Two doors West of t'..c
American House, Lake Street.
MORTON A PERCY.
Henry G. Moiiton. Ai.iieiit N. Pkucy.
ld-tf l oimeily with Win. N. Smith A Co
1XSUK AAC12. The undersigned
risks for either of tho following
Homo Insurance Company
OF NEW HAVEN
Capital Stock, SI .OOO.OOO.
International of New York,
Fire and Marine of Sprin
n a .
Capital Htoolc. SSOO.OOO.
National Insurance Company,
Insure against Fire and Marino Risks. Not ex
ceeding $30,000 on any one Risk.
Each of tho abovo amounts of Stock paid in.
M. BUCK, Agent,
Office over Weeks' storo, St. Albans, Vt.
Nov. 1st, lRlili. ll-lf.
ASAHEL S. HYDE,
dealeb is all kinds or
First Class Groceries ! !
DARROW BLOCK, ST. ALBANS, VT,
Consisting in part of
NEAT AND NEW
X2T ST. ALSAHS.
Store on Lake Street,
GREENE & NICHOLS.
The undersigned hiving nicely fitted up tho
storo in tho American House Iilock, on Lake
St., and stocked it with a ohoico assortment of
DItUGS AXD medicines:
Respectfully pollclt a share of the patronage of
this community, feeling sure that they can give
satisfaction in goods and prices. Our stock
ocn stock or
Is cornnleto. consisting in all tho approved va
rieticB, and our general htook includes all goods
usually kept in a store of this kind. Headquar
ters lor tho
A. B- A. BITTERS,
One of tho best Spring Medicines In the mar
ket. Physicians ordjrs s.ilicito.l, and carefully
aud promptly tilled. In quality and juice we
guarantee-to satisly all who favor us with theii
.Storo open on Sundays at noou, for supplying
Is a practicing Physician in regular standing
indiriil attend to all protessional calls. Re
member tho piaco, under the American House,
Lake Street, fit. Albans,
dl-lf GREEN A NICHOLS
WARD &. BURNES,
Dealers in altl kinds of
LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS,
First door abovo tho St. Albans House, korj
constantly on hand a full assortment of
Of all kinds;
And all sorts f articles usually kept in buslncst
of their kind. Highest nash price paid for al
kinds of country Produce.
GIVE ITS A CALL.
WARD A BURNES.
Goldsmith & Seavey,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS.
NOI2 THAlA IN St. , ST. ALBANS, VI.
Life. Fire, Inland and Accidental
Insurance effected in Peliable
Losses equitably adjusted arid Prompt
OUR RULERS & OUR RIGHTS.
A Timely New "Work by
milE Book for Aconta. Old and Youncr.
X Learned and Unlearned nood it constantly,
All take it readily, as tho piicu suits tho limes.
It has no competitor. 1 ttuely illustrated with
ine uesi cnauco yet onerou ior men and wo
men to make money without risk. Send for
terms. Extra inducements given. Secure Iirst
choice of Hold.
I' tnsiltl.l.'.p Ai rn
Tublishera. 733 Samoiu lit., PhUaaslpUfa, Yi,
Elihu II, Iliintiiigton,
st'CCCSSOll TO A. II. MU.NVA.N.
i .SKSatlentioii to the following partial list of
-JL articles, which I will se.l at llie lowest rates
Howard, Tremo' t, Mil'roso, and all the differ
tin grajes ol vtalthaiu, .National, and Unit
ed States I'o's Watches. A large assort
ment of Gold and Silver American
Cases, of the best styles. Also,
Gold and Silver Swiss Watches.
Cudics' Gold Hunting Watches. Amorican and
Swiss. Tim 1 it est an ,1 host p Uterus of Gold,
Plated and Siher Chains, Flnu Gold and
Plated Jewelry of alldescriptionx. A
splendid assortment of Ladies'
FINE GOLD SETS
Etruscan, Coral, Garnet, Ac, Ac. Gentlemens'
1'ius. .Masonic Puis and Kings. Diamond,
Emerald, lluby, Anicthvstc, Pearl and
Garnet Finger ltings, 18 Kt. Plain
Rings, Gold Bracelets, Silver
Plated Spoons and Forks,
Extra and Treble Plate. Tea sets, Castors. Oake
Baskets, ascH, .".c. Ac. Coin Silver Spoons,
Thimbles, Ac. A very lRr'o Mock of
Gold and Steel Spectacles, every pair
sold warranted to suit. Pockut
Knives, Shears and Scissors of tho 1st quality.
I shall receive trom davtodivnow stvlos of
Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, which" I will
sell at tho lowest market rates.
t(3 Watch repairinc. and ctieravlnc done
E. C. GALL A It, proprietor,
I' havo rocontly rofltted my market, which
J. supplied with the best of
Table Delicacies of the Season !
Now on hand, a nice lot of
SUGAR CTTRED HAMS
F R E S I I IP I I I
U. Alieins, May 15, BCA.
rAKsinus admiration. To bo admired, tho
L must possess Beauty and lute.ligeuce.
.nojt every one has intelligence, ami
ALL CAN BE BE AUTIl?Ul4
By using tho PA PIIIN I.OTLW, tho latest
mil most wonderful of all the cosmetics. By it
ine all moths and freckles are removed, the skin
jecomes clean and transparent, and the cheek
-oseate with the hue ot youth. The Puphian
L.OI10U can uc iounu at
THE PEOPLE'S DRUGSTORE!
ud also a most complete assortment of all toi
et articles, mo Hew and iragraut Kior in
llu j o, and the dulieimu wood iolvt. and ul
ilher choice and fragrant perfumes.
HAIR DH333SI1T03 AND D7I13 i
Pulfand lmd?r Boxes, Colognes, Toilet Soaps.
I'ecth washes uud Piiwdirs. Brushes: such as
Hair, 'teeth, Nail, Infant, Ac, Ac.
Jail ami see tho beautiful necessities aud Jux
irics for the toilet even if you do not wish to buy
Vs full a stock of pure Drugs as can be found in
the Mate o: ermont, together with llesinoids
rluid Extracts, and all articles required in
t'hysicians or domestic practice, Warranted
jure ami of Urst (jnality. This storo wnl be uu
lerold by none in &t. Albans,
l'russos, Shoulder Braces
( . . . . . i -. . . .
and every thing kept in a well regulated
juuicr iii aees, ouiipiu .urs. vi:., iv..
S. R. DAY, AGENT.
St. Albans, VI. June. 18G8.
1'lKBuix Mutual Life Insurance
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
A favorable opportunity is presented to ener
getic and reliable husiiiess men who can devote
their entire time to tho business, to represent
this old. staunch, and most successful Lite Com
pany, in unoccupied torritiiry in tho State ot
Vermont. Tliu many popular features peculiar
io the Phcpulx .Mutual, and thu great advautagc-s
it offers to thu insuring public its freedom from
restrictions up travel and occupation Us unii
forfoiluh!u policiusitn liheriil premium system
tho economy uf the maiiag lueiit, and its' large
uiiitiul dividends, render it tho must protltablu
Com any to Agents dvsiruusuf realizing it hand
lOino competency by their enterprise nud ener
gy. Apply to C. L. BXI1CO0K,
Stato Agent Phccnlx Mutual Life Ins. Co.
dU-tf Union Block, Rutland, Vt.
NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT,
ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868,
Will run from St.
to Sheldon, as foi
Leave Kt. Albans every day at 2 o'clock p,
Arrivo at Sheldon at 1 o clock p, m,
Leave Sheldon at 8 o'c.ock a.m. Arrive at St.
Aluaus at 1U o clock Ul-
U. JGNNISON, Proprietor.
Sj, Alb,aiia. May 'iMh, 1811-1. ilS-tf
I.ULL Suits iu large variety
; at W'M.N. SMITH, iCO'S.
Xvw ami M'mcctlancoua Items.
Tin boats new lying in tho Erie Ca
nal, waiting for water, extend almost
uninterruptedly for a distance of nearly
Lnst Monday oveningn German hang
ed hlnucl in Foster's Meadow, N. Y.,
through the deep despair that fell upon
him 10 having lost ten dollars in gam
bling. It la not often a man values his
life at so low a llgure.
The Impression of a number of persona
who have recent y visited Utah is, that
the Monnuns will soon break up, and
that lirigham Young, who is worth
some minions of dollars, will go to tome
other clime, where he can cnoy his
wialth and the society of his fuvorlto
A wonderful moii9tor, 21 foot in longth,
half llsa, half snake, has been caught ut
Eastport, Maine. In addition to ilns, it
has two gigantic legs.. Is it. something
niter the lashion of Ban um'a mermaid?
John Crabb, who fought with Slr.John
Moore in Spain, is living witli Mr.
Crabb in Matne. Ho is ntnety-throe,
but, accoiding to tho local journal, In
possession of all his faculties and in tho
app.treatil isliol'yoath. This is because,
being a Orabb, ho can go backward.
A woman named Mahonov, who,left
Boston three weeks ugo for Chicago to
administer on her husband's estate, has
made complaint to the police tit Now
York that she was robbed by tho con
ductor and two brakeman on tho Erie
Railroad near Jorsey City, of $1,000.
An experienced sugar refiner of Now
York is about to c3tuijlUh a boot sugar
factory in Rueim Vlnta Countv, Iowa.
i ne iria.oninory is to como from .hraneo
at a cost of SIQO.OOo. Five thousand
acres ot land to raiso beets have been
A Mr. Morgan lias been lccturinc in
Boston, and boldly " 4 confesses ' an ad
miration" ior socrates anu uoiuinuus.
This would be very chcerinc to those
gentlemen if they had no , as the late
warn in another cane put it. "been tlcau
A man at "Westchester. N. Y. named
Junius Courtney was lined $25 for shoot
ing a una on tno isaboatn. it ocmst
against tho game laws. Rather a heavy
price for ore bird. We should think
James Courtney would buy his poultiy
A follow in Now York lias cured his
sweet-heart of tho 'Giecian Bend."
Hp adopted it himself. One dote of tho
remedy was e fleet ual.
It is asserted that when n Canrllun
begins to write poetry, they make him
paymaster on a nuhvad, which has a
very repiens-ive tendency,
It is calculated that thlrtv-flvc thous-
aml liuta ww Uton tln rnanlf, nr" f.hn
lloreobaek raoinhaboen introdiced
into tovcral Now York institutions for
tho education of young ladic3,
It is Icfs ihan G years since tho first 0
miles of railway were epmed in Al n
ncsota. It has now 474 miles in actual
It is estimated that there aro 7,000.000
head of s'.ock cattle In Texas. This is
nearly 10 to every man, woman and
child of that territory.
During tho trial of a case in Quincy,
111., a young lawyer incautlouslyreflect
ed uj on the family of a handsome lady
witness. Af.or tno adjournment, the
irate lady entered tho lawyer's office,
and, putting her list under the legal
man's nose, she dared him into tho hall
to 4,llght it out." The challcngo to
inorti 1 combat was declined and the
warlike beauty retired in disgust.
A large number of applications have -boon
made for tho ollice of Brigadier
General in the U. S. A. made vacant by
the retirement of Uonoral Hooker.
Among the applicants aro several civili
ans who were volunteer officers during
the war. It is rumored that General
stoneman, now commanding tho first
military dis.rlot, will bo appointed to
tho vacant losition,
The work of naturalization is progrcs
ing rapl Uy in New York. and the clerks
uro very busy. Tho numbei s naturaliz
ed in the sever courts arc said to ue :
Court of Common Pleas (actual nuTi
borV,23,OJ9 : Supremo Court, about 7.000:
The totnl number of persons naturalized
n Brooklyn since September J-8 is 2.760:
of these 1,054 obtained their papers iu
the County Con t, and 8J0 in the City
Tlie work on the. now Supension
Bridge at Niagara Falls, which was be
gun a year ago last'Jiino, will bo finish
ed in about a mouth. The bridge ex
tends from u point just below tho
American Falls to a point on the Cana
dian side just below tho Clifton House.
rue Man is 1.04 feet and fcur inches.
and tho two-cables are 1,000 feet long
In each oablo there aro sovon wlro ropes
onoh two aud u half inches in diumot
er, Tho span is said to bo longer than
that ot any other suspension bridge in
THE COPARTNERSHIP in tho Ineumnco
hnsiuoss heretofore oxiMlng between Dew
ey and Noblo, aud 8, K, Goldsmith, under the
tirni iiniuo of Dewey, Noblo A Co. in this day din
solved by mutual conseut.
H. K. GOLDSMITH,
Ht. Albana, Yt., August, 18CS
access, and very
Rooms or ofiiceu,
College Rooms; poBietston
1st, Threo Rooms easy of
pleasant situation for Club
ftt, AlhaiiH, Anir. 3, 1868.
BETWEEN Fulton Market, St. Albany, knd
the Fair Ground, or on it, dark colored
morrocco wallet, (xuutkintu)' $151, and ft receipt
from Severance A Co.. Boston, to K. O, OilUr.
Thu Under will receive a reward f til on return
lug thu wuhet to E.' C. OALLAK.
UL A-bftui 19th Sent.. 1063. nlUtf