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VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, NOVEMBEE 2, 1S6S.
'crmont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALRANS, VT.
Mon'dvy, November 2, 1803.
nntv.t. or rAssiNotnt tiuins.
mm tin: Kotitli ami Kant, C,19 a. in., 10.C0 a.m
;r in in., 8,01) p. in. ,....
l'rom Rouse's Point mid c8t, G.GO a. m., 11,
iv. in.. 7 15 p. in.
From Montreal, It 13 a. m., 7 10 p.m.
w r.vinrui; or r.vssr.Nor.n trains.
For the Month ami East, 0 2.1, s -15 a. tn 12 on
, 8 00 p. in.
l'.r Rouse's Voint ami West, ou. a.m. n nu
m.lhil) )). in.
if Montreal, li iu a. in., u oo n
HAUT Aiiniv.M. or staoi'-s at rt. amiaks
Prom Kweclsburgh ami l-raiiklin, 7 00 p
Fiom Rlchfurd and Sheldon, 500 p. in.
From Sheldon, 1000 a. m.
From Bakersflcld, 11 00 a. m.
tr.v iir.i'AUTt'nr. of btaohs rnoM bt. ai.iuns.
For Franklin and Swcclsburgli, i dua. m.
For Sheldon and Riehford, 8 00 a. in.
For Sheldon, 2 00 p. m.
For Bakuslicld, 1 00 p. m.
ages call at thr several hotels in town. Stage
lri'H 11 L li e iiwumn
cLostso or iitr. mails.
Mails for New York clou o at fi 00 a. m. and 7 00
Mails lor Boston close at 3 a. m. and 030 p.m.
Mails for Albauv mid the West close at o CO a.m
Mails for Canada done at 5 10 a.m.
Southern and Northern way mail closo at 5 00
Ml IS I. Al. I- A. meets every .muiu.i r'.i""o
at tliiir rooms over win. i. tmiiui s more,
ain Street. .,
Champlain Chapter No. 1, It. A. M. meets tin;
1 xrn.1.t....il..i. ..vmn'tirr in IMtl'll niOlltil. Ill
I. ..II !. HM. 1.1. ...V- M.iin Ktw.fit
inr M ill in li iiL'uu'i n i-mci. .iiiiiii .jul.
Columbus Council No. 1, It. .V S. M. meets the
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Franklin Lodge No. 4, F. & A. M., meets tlio
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Englcsbv Lodge No. 81 F. A. M. meets tin-
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l,.nl. T.-ilif. Street.
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I. T ..lrn Klinnt.
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losing nun ijiiok" u .. Vi, V. .
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St. John the Baptist ucnevoiout nneieij va-
nil nlll lllCClS 011 1110 111 SI mm mini ileum nn....
veiling of each momn in uieir nan mrrf.. n.
lintiiiL'lon s Store.
Tho shipping at Rouse's Point 'to
compelled to t;eek helter behind tile
Hallrond bridge and the .vlinvvea for
f-afety. One tow of liarges In x. allast
went ashore, and a tti steamer got a
ground in endeavoring to pick them up.
but wo do not learn that any groat dam
nt;c wan done. Up-n the whole, the
galo of Saturdny may tic considered tho
most severe of any on the lake for ninny
Emiction' ItUTUnxs. TheGnnt and
Col fax club of Uurlington, have made
arrangemta with the Telegraph Com
pany, for full dispatches to-morrow
evening, concerning election. It is to
bo hoped that the (irant club ofSt.
Albans, which has labeled with such
remarkable zeal and earnestness for the
Republican cause, will follow the
worthy example ol the Burlington
Sons of TKMPintANCi:. The (Jrund
Division of the Sous of Temperance of
the State of Vermont held their annual
fusion at the Hall of Ottaqueehee Divi
sion, Woodstock, Wednesday, October
121st, and elected the following as ollicers
for the year ensuing: lor Ci. . P.,
.James Squires, No. 1'errisburgh ; G. W.
A., lUtfus Rogers, Shelburn; G. S., II.
P. Dennis. Woodstock: G. T. A. A.
Daikin, No. Ferrlsburgh ; G.Chap., Dr.
Lorenzo Sheldon, AVcst ltutlaiid ; G.
Con, A. E. Fiench, Woodstock, G. Son.,
11. W. Walker, So. Woodstock.
Escapku. Bernard Farrell, who was
committed to Bennington jail for at
tempting to shoot Rev. Father Ryan,
the Catholic priest of that place, some
lime since, escaped Wednesday night,
mil is still at large.
R.viLitoAi) Accident. A train of
eight cms on the Vermont Central rail
road, loaded with hogs, ran otl the track
above White River Junction Thursday
noon, causing considerable of a smash-
up, mil no lives were lost.
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ml in Fninltlm County, of any daily paper, and
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fiaTlntercsting matter, original or se
eded, may always bclouiut on tno mm
Ouit DAiiiY. Those wishing to secure
' J-i n'H'J x i
.-. 1 t 1 -A 1 1 . 1 L .
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Ann i 'lAnn1 nmv n n no
side. This latter canal, wo understand,
Is at a future time to be lengthened ; on
siderably, by the owners of land lying
south of It, Messrs. Lawrence, Barnes it
Co., and we would not be Ptirpriaed to
see It, ere the lapse of many years,
lengthened to the extent of one-fourfli
of a mile, though the precise steps to be
taken In regard to this woik are nob yet
determined upon. Thecanal loadlngto
tho lake Is to be about forty feet wide,
except at the railroad bridge crossing,
where it will ho but thirty. This canal,
from the bain to the lake, is l20f feel
When this work Is completed n line
harbor will bo afforded, and boats can
at all limes enter tho basin with s-afoly.
The land adjacent to the basin and canal
docks is owned by tho lumber ho 'ses of
Lawrence Barnes & Co., Flint & Hall,
Otis Shepherd, A. G. Stearns and Kll
burn & Gates, several of whom etmtotn
plalo erecting mills for finishing lumber
for market the coining season. The
land lying'just north of tho luisin is
owned by the Rutland Railroad Com
pany, and will boused by that corpora
tion as a dock for storing lumber and
WHAT MAKES YOUR HAIR SO
BEAUTIFUL? MRS. S. A. Au,i:x's
iMPitovmi (new style) Hath RnsToitnu
or Dui:ssino, (In one bottle.) Price One
Dollar. Every .Druggist sells It.
For many years the Piano Forte has
held unquestioned monopoly; but a
growing taste for those orchestral eflocts
in nlayinir which the Plan j canin t ren
der, has turned attention to lite Organ.
WELDEN SPRING WATER,
Water from Welden Hpriiic;. St. Albann, Ver
mont, which has proved highly cllleaeioiis In
Scrofula, Cancer, and nil diseases of (ho skin,
ami niso uir j '.vspepsia. jviuiicv ami lilver com
iiiiiiniu n..n..i-.ii ii..iiini. . .. i.. t.. ....... i'....
I........-, . ........ j. ... , uv., in., lain.!, mi
s.ile. at wholesale and retail, at 218 Wasliin.'Jtoii !
Street, where hooks ntav he obtnlueil eontiiln. I
hit; an nnal.v.ils of tho Water, with certillcatcs
mint pnysictans ami otnern, tcstirvini to its
been Hii d.
.'oc 'Ac Vermont IVunscrtiit,
Cheamiess. nortableness. and eon von-1 benellcHi eilectH in numoroiis cases wlieio It has
- . . . . . , unit ii i 1 1 ii
lence oi manipulation are ne-o auvania-,
ges In the American Organs, as made i
by Messrs. S. D. it II. W. Smith, of;
Boston, ivhjch eminently recommend ,
them for home, school, and olinp.l use. 1
V dav or two since we visited tho now'
Sad Accident. A sou of E. S. Mor
an, of South "Wodstock, aged 15 years,
suflercd a painfully sad accident on
Thursday last, which makes him a
cripple for life. While attempting to
get upon a wagon-load of apples by stop
ping on the wheel while the team was
in motion, his foot passed through be
tween the spokes, and before the team
could be stopped his leg was litcially
twisted ofT at the knee, and the flesh
terribly torn. The leg was amputated
Sanatorian. br. Crabtree will be
r i in wtmiiiii
ed at his rooms.
Teachkhb Lsm'UTt:. The Teach-
y j ill.. . i : r n,ft c 4
J. -lJ.l- ,n..,iAi. nil1
win. uu iium at iu-uiuhum nu
understand that in
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View Ol win iiieuiiuv; ui mi; iiioimui; jiu
1 l. l.l.l tl.n Un.lnmi.l.i.
ring the time.
Both Houses of the Legislature ad-
ourncd on Saturday afternoon to 4
o'clock on Tuesday nftcrnoon.
Residence on Norihllcld Street for
sale. See advettisement in another
The Flag again waves over the de
pot. Thieves have clone their worst but
the flag is there. Mr, George L. Stono
has purchased a new flag of the " Stars
and Stripes" pattern to take the place
of the o:.e that was stolen. It is a beau
tiful llag with the names of Grant and
Colfax inscribed thereon, with letters
so largo that the names can be read
throughout the village. " Grant and
Colfax," especially does the name of
"Grant" adorn that llag how appro
priately. The National Ensign which
U. S. Grant carried in triumph through
the greatest war of modern times to save
his country, bcarhis name. There may
it be inscribed, aye, when the elections
have passed, and when the last of the
present generation ha passed away
may the name ol "Oram" remain.
May the flag wave over our election to
morrow and in triumph afterwards
The " Stars and Stripes," who would
pull down that flag, some foreigner?
gues-! not. Some of Jell' Davis's gray
backs ? no. !STo decent man would pull
it down. It is tho only Grant and Col
fax flag in town, if not in Franklin
County. Seymour and Blair have none
nor are thej entitled to any. Gentle
men if you can't vote the ticket, please
lot the llag alone, it waves for you.
The IIiqh Wind of Saturday,
On account of tho severe galo of Satur
day, the steamers on tho lake run very
Irregularly and some of them were pro
vented from running entirely. During
the afternoon a schooner broke away
from the brake water in Burlington har
bor and lost her masts and boom, but
was recovered and taken ashore near
LInslcy's Steam Mill in such a damaged
condition that it required a constant use
of pumps to keep her afloat.
The canal boat A. S. Bakc,r was sunk
near Linsloy's mill and is a total loss
Personal. By a donation of $1000,
Moses Kittredge, Esq., of St. Johncbury,
has founded the " Kittredge " scholar
ship in Dartmouth College.
Rev. N. Pierce, late of Bellows Falls,
has accepted a call to tho Baptist Church
in Cold-water, Mich.
Win. W. Pock, formerly of Burling
ton, has been addressing numerous Re
publican gatherings in and about New
Mr. Robert Bonner, of the Now York
Ledger, and Mr. Marquand have each
given $10,000 to establish a gymnasium
at Princeton College, of which Rev. Dr.
MeCosh has recently been elected Presi
The venerable Dr. Sprague, pa-tor ol
the Second Presbyterian Church, Al
bany, N Y., preached to his people on
the last Sabbath of August, (;:0, 1SC1S,)
the sermon which lie preached Aug. !!0,
ISIS just TjO years before. It was his
The N. Y. Sim, in an article on the
" Blair family," says: " Tho Blairsare
unselfish : every one of them cares as
much for either of the others as ho does
Rev. W. II. Gilbert has resigned his
position asprincipal of the English and
Classical School at Norwich, and he will
now devote himself entirely to the
work of the Vermont Bible Society, of
which he has been for some years the
acceptable Corresponding Secretary and
American Missionary Associa
tion. The American Missionary As
ciation commenced its annual meeting
in Springfield, Mass , Wednesday, Dr.
E. Is'. Kirk, of Boston , presiding. The
receipts since last year were $301, 094, and
the expenses $.T)0,122j. The present in
debtedness is $88,720, of which $51,olo
was incurred last year. Th" society
owns property to the amount of $l!)0,4Ud
in excess of all debts. Rev. John Todd
of Pittslicld preached the annual ser
mon Wednesday owning, and Gen. O.
O. Howard of 'the Frccdmen's bureau
delivered an address Thursday evening-
Recovered. The bodies that were
recovered recently from the central
shaft ol the lloosac tunnel were in a re
markable state of preservation. They
had laid at tho bottom of the shaft for a
year, lacking a day or so, and all but
one wore readily recognized by their
friends. It would seem from the appoar
onee of the bodies that they must have
known of their peril some time before
death. One of tho nartv was uartly un
dressed, another had his hands over his
face B. Falls Timcn.
Race. On Thursday of this week
tho celebrated trotters, Coole and Cra.'-y
Jane, are expected to trot at Burlington,
forajiurse of $1000, best three in live,
to harness. These horses are among the
fastest on tho turf, having recently beat
en 2.30 in public, and an exciting and
well contested race may be expected.
Ax Eminent Divine, says, "J have
been using the Peruvian Syrup. It gives
mo new vigor, buoyancy of sjiirils, elas
ticity of muscle." J. P. Dinsmore, IjO
Dey Street, New York, will send free
aphamphlet ofS2 pages, containing a
full account of this remarkable medi
cine, to i.nv one sending him their art-
ox tensive manufactory of the above
namert instruments, on Boston Neck,
and were surprised at thevast amount of
labor Inopcration, and the completeness
of tho appliances in use, from the heavy
machinery which cuts the stock, lo
the delicate apparatus which fa hionw
the key work and action. Messrs, S. D.
t 11. W. Smith are regarded as the bet
reed Organ manufacturers in the world,
and although able to turn out one hun
dred instruments a week, they hav
found difficulty ii filling orders, which
come from all parts ol the country.
None who hear these popular instru
ments, with their round, son'jrioti'.,
sympathetic and expressive tones, are
surprised i t the favor with which tlioy
arc regarded by leading musicians.
In Hi.,'!UisburKh, N. Y., Oct. 22, alter a linger
iiifl illness, Col. Klins Jlowker, in the 78lh jear
of Iih ape. Coi. ',. was well known to t lie citi
zens of this county, having been 32ye.ua a lesi
dent in the village where he died.
BKING about to leave town, I with to dispusi
of my residence on Noi tlilield St., which
will ho sold for a roasoueble sum.
For luvther particulars ennnire of me.
115-d-tf. li. F. WILMAMS.
Mmir HANis National Hank, j
28 State Street, Hoston, Oct . 7. 1SGS, (
1 S. (KK)inVIN, Ks(.,
Agent Welden Spring
GOOD TEMPLARS COWVENTiON.
milK St. Albans Lodge, No. :12, T.O.O.T,, ex
X tends an earnest invitation to fiister
hod; (, Te'.uples ol'IIottor, Sons of Temperance,
anil l. other secret einperaneo a.ssiioi ithms in
the coit iti v, to meet in Templars Hall, St. Al-haiiL-.
Nov." lath 180S, at one c'elnek 1'. M., for
tin. purpose of organizing a County A sociation
lor t lid advancement of the Temperance Cause.
Ib v. It. '. Cusliing, 0. W. S,", will bo present,
ami i!e!ier an address in the evening.
M. R. OI.MBSTEAI), W. S.
St. Albans, Oct. tJO, tSGS. 115.
Have you soon the Naw Pattern Pa
tent Spoons and Forks at Hunting
tons. The Prettiest Thirui Out.
1)i:au Sir: I write to f.cl.nowlcdgo the hone
lit I have iceeived from the Wohlcn Spring
Watif. 1 have been troubled with Disease of
tlie Kidneys lor many years. I havn consulted
soiiio iiriiui best pliyici iits ill tho country and
i i ceived no relief. Some few months since 1
v us recommended to try the welden Spring
all r. I lain tint taken it long belore l was
surprised to see how much good it had dono mo.
Sinre then I alwas koel it in inv room and sel
dom di iiik any other water, knowing oventuallv
it will cure inc. As I am anxious that others
should be bciiclltted by my experience, I cheer
fully recommend it tc ail sulfciing with the
same disease. ltespeel fully.
J. J. MAY.
I mm Francis I!. Dixon, Esq., Counselor at
Law and Amrago Adjuster, lioslim,
17 Mr.MMl.lNTN Exi'HANor..
Hoston, October!!, 18(iS. (
h. s. noonwiN.
l)mu Sin : I i-licerfnllv comply with jour re-
ipici to give my cumin opinion ot tliu incritH
of tin- Welden Spring Water. For some years 1
have sufiureil much from Dyspepsia, au'd hav
ing oxluius-tiKl patent medicines and tho pre
scriptioiH of maiiv phvsieians, 1 was advised to
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11 1111 ni'lllt'll nillll llilll-l, 1 111111111 11V Will'
mg a glass ot the wa.'cr helori- meals it acts as
a tonic and general regulator of the system, and
"nables me to eat anv kind of food without in
convenience. The only evidence I can give of
inv apprcctatKin ot its virtues is a recommenda
tion to every one sniveling from Dyspepsia to
ourn truly, FRANK 1!. DIXON.
Qi-incy, Mass., Oct. 3, 18G8.
n. s. oooinviN, i:q.
Dii.vit Slit' My wife has used lour 'A'eldcii
Soring Water, and has roeoivod great, benefit
from it. liefore she used it she bad a had
rough, and had bled from t lie stomach or lungs.
The cough has entirely disappeared and she is
as well, or better, than she has been for ten
Veiy respectfully your old servant,
JOHN T. WILLFA'.
Proprietor ot Hancock House, Quincy.
i:iT Letters from ninny other persons can bo
seen ai t no ouice.
K. S. GOODWIN, Agent,
'218 Washington Street. Boston.
JL. O O Iv
Ar I T
No. 2 DarrowBSock,
Fulton Maiuiet. Just received, a
nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hams,
Bologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, To
matoes, Pears, Poaches, Water Melons
and Musk Melons. rttf-01,
Pjtoc.nrss. Columbus sailed to the
American coast in a four hundred ton
ship, and first landed uprn flic island
of St. Domingo. Last week a vessel
from St. Domingo unloaded in Now
York oyer fov.r hundred tons ot St.
Croix Rum for P. 11. Drake & Co., ot
that city. That is but a few weeks' sup
ply of this article, which these gentle
men use in the manufacture of the eole-
iratcd Plantation Bitters. A e arc in
formed by an exchange that Messr. .
Drake & Co., have not advertised a dol
lar for a year, but UuP the sales ol this
irticlo continue at the former enor
mous ligure. in isoi, tno receipts oi
the Plantation Pitters were equal to
tho-e of New York & New Haven Railroad.
Maunolia Wateil Superior to the
Lest imnorlcrt German Cologne, and
old at hall the iirieo.
A celebrated chemist says: "1 consid
er, afteracaicful comparison and analy
sis 'Barrett's Vegetable Hair Restora
tive' l:y far the best hair preparation in
the market. It is tho only one I can
fully indorse."----Oosi'oH Journal, rt&w
Life and Oasuality Insurance
NO. I, EXCHANGE PLACE,
' JERSEY CITY, N. J.
Now York Office, 96 Broadway.
THE NEW STVXiES OP
The best line of Suits in Town.
The' Alabama Claims,
Philadelphia, Nov. 2.
In the Supremo Court to-dav. Judire
Reid declined all naturalization certifi
cates issued by that Court, and advised
that they all be thrown out by the pre
cinct election ofllcers. The' decision
created great excitement.
London, Nov. 1.
The negociations for settling the Ala
bama claims willprooably be completed
in a few days. England is willing to
pay tho American claims.
A Madrid special says, the Conserva
tives favor Ferdii:and of Portugal for
King of Spain, while the Democratic
clubs have unanimously elected Gou.
Prim for the Chief of State on tho con
dition that 1 e will take tho title of the
President of the United Provinces of
Barcelona, Nov. 1.
All the workshops ami factories of the
city have been closed in consequonco of
the free trade decrees issued by the Pro
visional Government, the workmen de
prived of work have assembled and are
actually threatening to break into the
The military have been called out and
several arrests made.
New York, 2d.
Weather very cold, with a high wes
Sixty pupils of Besbces Military
School, at Poughkccpsie, were taken
sick with cramps on Saturday. A panic
prevailed for some time. Prompt meas
ures were taken, and most of them nre
now well. Something was wrong with
their dinner, it is supposed.
Secretary Seward made a speech at
Auburn, N. Y., on Saturday, endorsing
President Johnson's Administration,
praising prominent Democrats, con
demning the work of the Tammany
Hall Convention, and gave h is approval
of Grant and Colfax.
New York, 2nd.
The BeH Line of Ocercoah in 'Town.
The new Basin. The Burlington
2'imcs says : We a day or two since, in
company with Mr. L. "Whitney of
Keesville, contractor for the work, visit
ed the new basin, which is to form tho
nucleus of what will undoubtedly be
known as "the Rutland docks," located
a few rods south of the Rutland nasen
ger depot in this city.
Tho work of excavating was commenc
ed on the 10th of July last, and so diffi
cult was tho work deemed to be, on ac
count ot the sou, mucuy ground in
which it was to be performed that until
January, 1S70, was given Capt. AS hitnoy
for tho execution of his contract. The
result, however, has Leon much bettor
than anticipated, a faibstantial lake
sand bottom having been reached, and
wo are assured by Mr. W. that ho con
fldontly expects to turn the work over to
its owners, completed, in one year from
tho time excavation began. The worl
consists of n main basin, with two canals
one leading north from tho northeaster
ly corner, and another extending south
from tho south-westerly corner, besides
a neck or canal from the lake by which
boats are to enter to rcceivo and deposit
their cargoes. Tho basin proper is to be
300 fectsquarj inside of docks, tho nor
theily canal GOO feet long and CO feet
wido inside of docks, and the southerly
qaual 308 feet long and 75 feet wide, in-
Renue's Pain-Killing Magic Oil is re
commended to use both externally and
internally, anrtifusert faithfully accord
ing to the directions on each bottle, it
cures nam "Hue a eiiarm." aim wnen
once used by any person, it has a new
friend to praise its. good virtues. The
best praise is to try a b.'ttle. d&w.
The American Cooking Stove.
Having boon f-o eminently successful at I
the New York Slate Fairs for tho past
six years' having neon Drought in com
petition with all tho best stoves in the
country, and having each and every
year taken the firt premium, and some
years two, and having gained a world
wide reputation, and a record of which
anyone may bo justly proud, wo would
now announce for the consolation of
those who have so signally and repeat
edly failed in competing with it, and
have been so feorely chagrined at their
numerous and repeated defeats,that this
stove is not entered at this fair font pre
mium, an premiums haveeeased toboof
any account ; but it is entered only for
exhibition, that its thousands of friends
I nndadmireis may have the opportunity
of examining its various improvements.
This Company offers all the advantages of
other Life Companies, with many entirely new
1. The Lov.T.sr U.vrr.s or Piiiuiiosi of any
Mutual Company in America, and fully eipv.il to
DIVIDEND IN ADVANCE.
. Pohcv-holdurs can receive Comit-nsation
in caso or Disau nig Aceiucm. at r.ues oi rroiu-
inm no Hiohiai than i-i usually elnrgod for Life
H. Policies Non-FoufitiTINO atlor Two Pay
1. Annual Dividimdj made Not! -Fur feit.ible.
5. Loans on all Policies.
0. Liberal Permission to Travel.
7. A DwriNiTi: Cash Si:iiiii:Nimi Yaluo guai-
antee in all Policies.
EDMUND C. FISHF.lt, President.
JOHN 15. CiiLTiCIL.Tr., Secretary.
C. W. P.UCK, Agent for Northern Vermont.
MAIN STltEF.T, ST. ALLANS, VT.
Tho Host Line ol' Furnishing Goods
Received from New
CtOMMKltOIAL Collcgo Rooms ; possession
) given Sept., 1st. Three Rooms easy of
access, and very pleasant situation for Club
Rooms or ollicoa.
VM. N. SMITH.
St. Albans, Aug. 3, 18G3. U70tt
BETWEEN Fulton Market, St. Albans, and
tho Fair Ground, or on it, a dark colored
morrocco wallet, containing $151, and a receipt
from Soveranco it Co.. Boston, to E. C. Gallar.
Tho tinder will rcceivo a reward i.f'f!iOon return.
York and mg tho wallet to e. o. gallar.
tit. Ainans lutu Moot.. imH. nllltf
L. McD. SMITH & CO.
Mr. F. L. Goodspeed's Now House at Missi
oned .Springs, is now ready for the reception ol
FALL GOODS !
POST, & 00,'s,,
OUR RULERS & OUR RIGHTS.
A Timely New Work by
AGENTSWA NT ED I
H H E P.ook for Agents. Old and Young.
Learned and Unlcarucd need it constantly.
AH take it readily, as tho orico suits tho times.
It has no competitor. Is liuelv illustrated with
mo uest, cnanco yet onereu lor men anil wo
men lo nialio money without risk. Send for
terms. Extra inducements L'ivcu. Secure first
choice of Held.
lWIOlKLKK & CO,
Publishers, 733 Ransom St.,
JUST RECEIVED from Now Yotk,
Lino of of
AG A IN !
AG A IX !
Crowds of Patients thehibt time.
Crowds of Patients evirytiiue.
Welden Housc,Tuesdayi Nov..2and 3
As Dr Crabtree goes to r.urope in December,
tins will uo las last visit, nere until next iuay.
Among his remarkable cures is Miss Maiiv
Davis, of Alburgh Springs, of S r. Vm's D.vscr.,
j years sailiy altnctcil. iuiis. howaisp, near
St. Albans, supposed " gone m Conspjii'TIon,
cough, night sweats, .Vc, will bo seen hero tin.
....! . ..II .... U.x- T,.... T.'
.1111 i.M Ml'U ure I'll l liu.i. ui'ji.i iiw.ir.iwo.
Mayor of Vergchiies, cured of bad cough and
catarrh, by Lr. Crabtree. Annii: Goodwin,
Darlington, Firs tor Id years, entirely cured hy
Dr. Crabtree. W. Smith, d )., deafness and Ca
turrh; and hundreds ot others.
Ka' 5 minutes consultation free.
a 'u" Jliseabi s told at sight.
Kir Thorough examination ofeaso it
US' Tiealnient reasonable.
iir Don't neglect Coughs. Catarrh and weak
AS" Entiianlt. East Doou, Welden House,
tb' Only two days. Remember
130 A. D. OltAlSTHEE, M. I),
Now and Choico Dress Goods,
Empress Cloths Epingehne, French Serges
hiii; anil wool, Hiiot l'opiins lreneli jilori-
lioes, witn a great
Variety of Plain and Poplin Alpacas,
and Chono Poplins, all at VERY
LOW PRICES. Wo have a full
Shear, Packard, & Co ,
Albany, N. Y.
Rochester Democrat, Sept. 29.
I il LOS'ES of all kinds lust received
JT at WM, N. SMITH it CO S.
R I M M I N G S !
Silk Fringes, lilaek and Colored
Velvet Ribbons, with Buttons and
Gimps to match. Our Stock of Prints
Bleached and Drown Cottons. Dolains. in
fact everything in tho lino of Domestics, is full.
a full line of
Cashimeres, Tailor's Trim
mings, Gloves, Hosiery, Shawls,
Dutchess Kidds, and Breakfast Shawls
A Choice lino of Dry Groceries may always bo
found in stock.
Plcaso call and examine Goods and Prices be-
foro purchasing elsewhere.
II. C. POST, ti Co
Cor. Main and Fairfield Sts., St. Albans, Yt.
THE COPARTNERSHIP in the Insurance
business heretofore existing betwoou Doiv
ey and Noble, and S. K. Goldsmith, under tho
Iirm name oi uowey,.oi)io iv uo. is tins nay dis
solved by mutual consent.
DJSW1S1 .V rOULE.
St. Albans, Yt., August I, 1803
Goldsmith & Seavey,
GENERAL INSUKANCE AGENTS.
NORTH MAIN St., ST. ALBANS, Vt.
Life, Fire, Inland and Accidental
Insurance effected in Reliable
Losses cqidtably adjusted and Prompt-
ISTorwalk O jesters
Tr EG, QUART OR GALLON, Lake Street, St
Oct. 1 1803.
For Sale by D. M.Walker, St. Albans, i tioys audYouth'sClothingof all kinds, just re-
Vt. --iUriJ iJJoeiveaut w.u. . sjtmi, & cus,
TRICOT COATS in Short Frocks, and l-u
F.'ocka of all kinds and colors at
WM.N. SMITH, & CO'S.
St. Albans Dining Rooms,
LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS,
DOWNING & STEEItE
TTARjI MEALS or Lunches served at 'all
IT hours, in tho best stylo.
Fresh Baltimore Oysters.
Recoived daily anil
suppliotl to the Trado at