VERMONT DA.II5f TRAjSTSORIPT, NOVEMBER 28, 186R.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALBANS, VT.
Kati'hdaVi NovnMiiun 28, 1808.
Ar.lllVJI. oF r-ASHK.NOr.lt Tr.AI.N8.
F-om tho Month and Kast, 5,13 a. lii., lO.M n.)ii
'From oiWi'Slil aiulWe,!. 5,50 a. in., It,
50 ft. in,. 745 p. in. -
From Montreal, 11 lu a. m., i 0. p. m.
hevahtciiK or rAs.sENcir.it -nuiiis.
F.,r ili.' South and F.d. r.r. n. m.. 121) m.,
8 ror'ltoufct'H Toiut ami W, (10 ) a.m. 1100
a. in. 0:3'l p. in.
For Montreal, C 10 a. in., C 35 p. hi.
DAILY AlUUVAt. Or 8TA0ES AT ST. Al.IlANH.
From Sweetsburgh anil Franklin, 700 p. m.
From ltichrord and .Sheldon, 500 p. in.
From Sheldon, 10 00 a. m.
From BakerBfleld, 11 00 a. in.
DAILY DErAllTUHK OF ST AO US FllOJt ST. AMI INS.
For Franklin nml Sweetsburgh, 7 :tOn. m.
For Sheldon and ltichrord, 8 0(1 a. ni.
For Sheldon, 2 uO p. m.
For Dakcrsflrld, 1 00 p. in.
Sttgos call at tho Hcvcral hotels In town. Stage
offices at the Tremont House.
CLOSINO OF 1 HE MAILS.
Malls lor New York closo at 5 00 a. in. and 7 00
''"Mai's for Boston close at 5 a. m. and 000 p.m.
Mails for Albanvand the West closo at 5 00a.ni
Mails for Canada close at 5 10 ii.in.
Southern and Northern way mail close at 00
rnilH Y M. C A. meets every Monday evening
JL at their rooms over Win. N. Smith's Store,
Main btrwt, .
Champl.iin Chapter No. 1, it. A. M. meets the
third Wednesday evening in each month, at
tluir hall in Wheeler's block, Main Street.
Cohnnlms Council No. 1, It. A S. M. meets the
second Wednesday evening in each month, .it
their hnli in Wheeler's Mock.
Franklin Lodge No. !, F. ,t A. M., meets the
lirst Wednesday evening in eacli month at their
hall in Union Mock, Main Street.
Huglosbv Lodge No. 81 F. A. A.M. meets the
fourth Wo'dnes.dav evening in each month, at
their hall in Union Mock. Main Street.
C'rvstal Fountain, Temple of Honor No. 4 meets
everv Tuesday evening at their Hall in Dtrnes
Mod;, Lake Street.
St. Albans Lodge No .12. I. O. of (i. T. meets
everv Fridav evening at their Hall in Barnes
Itising Sun Lodgo No. 8 1. O. ofO. T. meets
.vorv Saturday evening, at St. Albans Hay.
St. John tlio'Daptist Benevolent Society (Ca
nadian) meets on tho first and third Wednesday
evening of each month at their hall over 12. II
To Ailvi i tUi i.-.Tlie Vkiimont Daily Tuins
ouiit lias the largest circulation in St. Albans
and in Franklin County, of any daily paper, and
is on that account, if no other, the best medium
Oun Daily. Tlioae wishing to secure
copies of our daily paper can do so at
Mcrrifield's nnd Baker's bookstores, as
well as of carriers, nnd nt the office.
Copies of our weekly paper may also bo
had at these places.
( iianoi: of Timk. On and after
Mondnv Nov. 30th Passenger trains
will arrive at St. Albans as follows
From thef-outh and East f),4S a.m. 11.15
a.m. (,. p.m. nnd 8,10 p.m. From
Route's Point and West 7,20 n.m. 11,50
n. in. and 0,50 p.m. From St. Johns and
Montreal 11,45 n.m. 0,45 p.m.
Passenger trains will leave St. Albans
ii" follows : For the South and east 0,20
a.m. 12,00 m. and 7,20 p.m. For Rouse'
Point and West 0,05 a.m. 2,15 p.m. and
0,50 p.m. For St. Johns and Montreal
0,10 a.m. 0,55 p.m.
It will be noticed by this, arrange
meat that the accomodation train
which arrives from lhoti-o South ntll;l.i
n.m.will aot leave for Rouses Point until
2,15 p.m. and then it will be attached to
a freight train. Tho last train from the
South tarminatcs in St. Albans, as usu
al, during the winter arrangement.
New Law Firm. Edward A. Sowles,
Esq., and R. O. Sturtevnnt (who lias for
some time past been rending law in the
olllei of Mr. Sowles) hnvc formed a law
pnrliKi'ship, and will occupy the ofllcc
over the First National Bank, now occu
pied by Mr. Sowles, Both are indus
trious young men, and will doubtless re
ceive their full share of business.
Bills Appkovkd and Signed.
Gov. Page lias approved and signed th
" Act repealing the Act providing for
the equal distribution of pioperty
among creditors attached on 7)iesnc iiro
cc8, approved Noy. 21, 1307."
Also, " An Act to incorporate the
Fairliaven and Lake Shore R.R.
Finn. The dwelling house of Char
les Kellogg, of Duxbury, with nearly
all its contents, was burned Thursdnv
eyeping, about G o'clock.
Fi'tL ik Salishuhy. A barn and
twenty tons of hay belonging to Mr,
Pierce of W'est Salisbury, were entirely
cpasumcd by firo on Friday night. The
stock in the barn at tho breaking out of
the lirewns all removed. Tholiroorigin
ted from a innternwhich Mr. Pierce car
vied intD the barn. No insurance.
Windsor County Court. The
December term of tho Windsor county
Court commences in Woodstock on
TuesJay l.ext, Hon. James Bnrrett, prc
s'ding. The Riverside Macjazine. Tliis
inagnzlno is not on our oxelinnge list,
but our contemporaries of tho press
spenk in high prniso of it, Tlie coining
year it promises tp be more attractive
than oyer. The. list of writers for the
Riverside ipcludcs tho names of Jacob
Abbott.Hans Christian Andesson, Aico
nml lMiccho Cnry, Nellie Eyster, F. R.
GoiiUlIng, Paul II. Ilnyne, Ilornce-E.
f-'fMH (l(r. 1 1 P1C11 l . WCCKP. V1CUX AlOl B-
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tnclie, niithor of "Susy's Six llirthdnys,"
author of "Seven Little SistcrB," Ac. A
full jingo frontispiece and n number of
large lllustintions in every number. A
brilliant illuminated cover.
When doesn hen like beer?
phe lias a little brood.
Df.ohhk Temple. Wlnooskl Temple,
No. 7, I. O. ol'G. T., was organized ami
instituted in Moutpelier, on Saturday
evening, "Nov. 21,byEllshnBroii,D.D.
The following nre the ofllccrs for the
W. P. Waterman D. T., Miss Lucy
Bradshaw, V. T.; 1. M. Wright, Sec'y.;
Mrs. K. 10. 1). Morse, A. S ; Miss Flora
.Inckson, T.; R.J. Wright F. b.; U. L.
Lane, M.; Miss Mnry Flnndors, D. M.j
Mrs. Lizzie Hntlinwny, I. G.; W. F.
Scott, S.; Rev. Elishn Jirown, Chaplain;
Miss Mnrt'iv Demeiit, R. H. S.j Miss
Ellen Enrgcnt.L.II. S.
Masonic. -- The following officers
wore elected at tho rcgulnr Convocn-
tion of Jerusalem Royal Arch Chap
tor, No. 2, held in Vergcnnes, November
Ira Giftbrd, High Priest : S. M. South-1
aid, King; Geo. F. Skill', Scribe; Chas.
i. uurtiss, .secretary ; nenry u. iiorion,
rcasurer: Frank II. Uascomb, Capt. of
the Host; Noble Grosvenor, Principal
Soujfourner; M. F. Allen, R. A. dipt.;
U. Allen, u. U. M., ail veil ; Jacob
. Smith.G.M. 2d Veil; E. L. Fonda,
m. 1st Veil : John W. Rass stewari .
Geo, Griswold, Tyler.
Tho same evening the following were
elected ollicers of the Vergcnnes Coun
cil No. 2, Royal and selected Masons.
Chas. J. Sopcr. T. I. G. Master; Geo.
. Skill". R. 1. G. Master : S. M. South
ard, I. G. Master; F. II Bascom, Prin
cipal Conductor ; cans. K. Curtis, Ke
corder; II. C. Ilorton, Treasurer; E. D.
Roburds, Mnrshnl ; N. Grosvenor, Capt.
of the Guards; W. S. Hopkins. Grand
Steward; II. O. Smith, Seninel.
The Vermont Central llailmail.
The adjourned annual meeting of the
Vermont Central Railroad First Mort
gage Bondholders was held at tho olllce
of Jie Vermont. Cjntral Line, No. Slate
Street. About 3J persons were present
Mr. J. M. Pinkcrton preside 1. The
lirst business was the annual report of
the trustees of tho lirst mortgage bonds,
which was read by Ex-Jov. Smith, of
Vermont. The report gives tho receipts
from tho business of tho road irom May
31. 1807, to May 1, 18G8, as SI, 788,400.35 ;
expenditures, 51,275,100.33 ; net enra
iags, $313,300.02. The receipts from nil
sources during the yenr amounted to
S2,352,593.17; expenditures, $2,155,G59.-
SU; cash on Hand, s?PJu,U33.3l. Tlie
report detailed at considerable length
the operations ot the road during the
past. year, and its present condition.
About 30 iniles of new iron hns been laid
with nbout 130,000 cross ties. Four
bridges, valued at$4T),000 have been lost
uy nre uunng tne yenr. The loss was
covered by insurance, however. There
aas been added to tne rolling stoeu ot
the road, 150 freight cars, six passenger
cars, and live locomoti.es. The busi
ness oi ihc road lias steadily increased.
and Governor Sihith sai J it was only to
be estimated Ly tlie capacity ottaeioad.
since they hau been com polled, for want
oi laciiities, to turn away a large amount
oi business during tao yea . The ton
nage oi lrelirlit increase". uJ.UUO over
that of the previous year, and from May,
lbuS, to iNo, ember, lbua. increased 40,-
000 tons. The destruction of the L ridges
increased the tonnage largely. By the
increase of business at Burlington, the
Company have been compelled greatly
to enlarge their whart room, nnd the
plan has proved very remunerative.
rue expenmont lor the use ot steel rails
has been tried to theoxtent ot iuj tons,
and lias lesulted very mitisfactorlly,
although tho managers have not yet
been convinced that, AVitli tho present
rates ot gold, thev are economical when
compared to iron. The report generally
repiesentcd the allairs ot the road i a n
very satisfactory condition. It was ac
cepted and ordered to be printer.
'i ho meeting pioeeedod to the choice
of two persons lrom tlie first mortgage
bondholders, to lorm a joint Advisory
Committee, with one chosen from tlie
second mortgage bondholders for the
ensuing year, and Mr, L. Miilis, of this
city, and Air, Staunton, oi riiilndclphia,
were caosen a comnuttco to receive.son
and count tne votes. The ballot result
ed in the unanimous choice of Mr. J. M
Pinkcrton and Mr. Otis Diury $530,400
worth ot bonds being represented in the
The meeting then adjourned, nud im
mediately afterward a meeting of the
second mortgage bondholders was held
mi l Mr. Win, J. Canor. of Phildelphin
was chosen the member of tlie Advisory
Commi.teo on their part. Boston Jour
Fulton Maiuckt. Just received,
nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hams
Bologna Sausage, Sweet Potntoes, To
mntoes, Pears, Peaches, Water Melons
and Musk Melons. . dtf-04
WHAT MAKE.S YOUR HAJR SO
BEAUTIFUL? MRS. S, A. Allen's
Impiioved (now stylo) Hair Restorer
or Dressing, (iu ono bottle.) Price One
Dollar. Every Druggist sells it.
As a Tonic nnd Appetizer, nothing
enn equnl tho effect of Dr. II. Anders
Iodine Water. Unlike nil stimulants
its effect is permanent, building up tho
body, and giving strength nud vitality
to nil parts of the system. In old and
chronic cases it may be used with nl
most n certainty of succosj. w
Barrett's Vegetable IIir Restorative.
Wo speak from experience, having
given n practical trial to this nnowncd
pieparation. No other hair restorative
has ever received or deserved a more
universal demanl than Barrett's,
PlU&kxirg Commeraiql. d,dtw,
ache? Try Itciiiic'sPnlu-kllllnp; Magic
Oil! For all kind! of pain, nml lor
Vll I l' III 11
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SllltllllS, Ul 111 UlbL'S, III IUI IIIIUIIIIU illlin,
0r erniuns. "It works like n charm, f nil
for it where you trade. Sold by drug- !
gistn, merchants and grocers. tl&w. i
How often do you lionr the complaint
from mother nnd father that their boh (
or dauirhtcr is not well : thnt tliev have
no appetite; that, they feellnnguid ; thnt
their headaches; that they arc growing
thin nud feeble, nnd that they have no
lire or energy lcfj. That they are low
spirited, and perfectly Incapacitated to
participate in any pleasures, ot periorm
. montnl or nhvslenl dntv. Anil the
question is often naked, what shall I do
lor tnem v or, want sr.ait i give mem v
I uur answer is, let tacm try l'lantation
UItteis moderately three times a day.
i and our word for it they will recover.
. Magnolia Water. Superior to the
1 best imported German Cologne, and
' sold at half the yrico.
CHRISTMAS IS COMING!!!
Do not delay, but call at once at
And select your PRESENTS from the
largest and best variety
ever offered in
You will all find
Just the thing you want
If you call Xow.
ar"Eugraving done in the best manner. "(TO
VUAll LES IV I MA X.
N endless variety ut' Fine Gold, Etruscan,
Roman Jet, and Plated Sets, Itinera, Pins,
buttons. Charms, Ac, Ac. Hold, Silver. Phi ted
milSleel Chillis, b.Uh Lnlius and dents .
C1IA II L ICS WVMA X.
MA HO G A NY,
From ?.()0 to $2o.000 each.
VIIAJiLICS IVY MA X.
I'he best place to buy
LARGE addition of the indestructible In
dia ltulioer Handle Knives, at greatly re-
WOSTEXHOLM'S. .1. Crookes, and Ameri
can Knives and Scissors. A large as
sortment just oponed,
G OLD, Silver, Plated and Steel. Real Pebble
f and Pebble Olass from 25 cents to J10.00.
nrUIE best gold Pens and cases made in this
JL country. Every pen warranted.
COMBS, COMBS, COMBS,
Cloth, Hair, Tooth and Nail.
Brittannia Tea Pots.
AUT glaBS Ooblcts, Bcrrv Dishes, Tumblers
and Castor Bottles,
A G It EAT VARIETY OF
CONSTANTLY AltlUVING. All of tho above
articles will bo sold vory Cheap for Cash. 1
St. Albans, Nov. 23. 18C8.
LOVE AMONG 'J Ha HOSES. Lubin's Xhlavc
Ihlaumo2t delightful Pcrfumos at
GREEN & NICHOLS,
Vl No.' VLafceSlroet
Render, nro you troubled
Corner of Main and Rank Streets,
ST. ALBANS, VT.
HAH JUST ItECEIVED A LANGE
to his Stock of AMEHICAN
and SWISS ,
WATCHUS. Cull enilv mul sen the new F.li-in
Watches, the pretty Sw'sss watches in go d eases, .
Ladiet)' sizes, at greatly reduced priei s.
HAS just rcceived.a complete assortment ot
new and beautiful SXIiVXIR WARE
BKWARK of PATENTS 1" and new nauu.
for PLATED SPOONS. FOHKS. Ac, but
call and purchase the TRIED and APPltOVFD.
tho UENUINE KOUttHItS' GOODS. AllV.l.Ns
a full assortment of Extra and Tripplo Plato on
hand. Your name neatly engraved without ex
HOLIDAY PRESENTS !
NOW READY AT
OBfiD GRIDLEY, Vfl. 3D.,
OF HOST () K ,
The Celebrated Naturaepathir
Who Cures all Diseases the liody is Heir
to, of a Curable Nature,
iS again coining to St. Albans, on his FIFTH
VISIT, at the earnest solicitation of many
of his former patrons who have been cured by
his treatment. He will be lound at the
ST. ALBANS HOUSE,
FROM DEC. 1st TO DEC. IOtii,
Wlieie he will treat skilfully all who may desire
COME OjtJ1, COME ALL !
BOTH OLD AND YOUNG !
Chronic Ithcmnatism, Neurnliii,
and Catarrh Cured.
A FEW TESTIMONIALS.
Tnov, N. V., Juno 12, IHCH.
Dr. GridleyThis is to certify that I called on
you at l'lattsljurgli, m September, lsii, to lie
treated for difticultics that have made ine about
helpless for tho past ten years, namely, an ah
seess on each side of my limbs, with white swel
ling iu and around my knee which hud defied
the skill of our best" physicians, both iu my
town and iu Now York city. For tlie benefit of
the public, 1 will state that I am perfectly cured,
and have been attending to my business since
March 1st, lHfiS. Hoping this may pinvc of
beuetit to you, I remain,
Yours most truly,
Saiioiitus, Ul-STTIl Co., Oct. 20, ISfifi.
This is to certify that Dr. Obed Gridlev has
cured mv daughter of Neuralgia and Erysipe
las, after having been treated by several of the
best physicians in our village without anv suc
cess. I would choerfullv recommend the Doctor
to tho afflicted, as a judicious and consciencions
leurs most respeettuliy,
Pout Hrnmiv, Kssnx Co.,
Dr. Obed Gridloy, Dear Sir :
I take much nleasiire iu informim.' von of the
following facts, which 1 desito to be made known
to the public for the benefit of tlio.se who are
eukin : relief. My wife, for the ltast seven
years, has been siillcriug with Dropsy, Female
Weakness, and Dyspepsia, dtillli!' which time I
liavo consulted some of our most eminent phy
sicians, and received no particular benefit. ' I
was urged to obtain an Interview with yon iu re
gard to her case, and did so in August' last, and
became tatislied to havo her folio r your treat
ment. I am lianny to notify you that slio lias
been entirely restored to lier former strength
Wishing yon much success and
1 remain, yours respectfully,
IsLK LA MOTTI'.
Vt., Jan. o. 1SUM.
Dr. Gridlev, Dear Sir ;
My wife, for tho past twelve years, has suffer
ed beyond all account witli Neuralgia, and albo
with general prostration of tho nervous system.
Wo have, during that time, connulted some of
our most skillful physicians, and met witli ro
particular success. I was very anxious to try
all that lay iu mv power for 'her benefit, so "I
brought her to Pittsburgh to seo you in the
month of September, 1K!7. I am most happy
to inform you that she has been improving ever
since, and at tlie present time bbo is sn much
better that tie botli join in sondirg our thanlis
for the great benefit she has received by your
treatment. Yours respectfully.
Mai-oni;, .Tan. Ill, 1803.
I feel it a duty lo return you my slncero grati
tude for the restoration of my wife's health. In
July last, she eallod to sco you in relation to
her situation, she having been siek for a lonj
time, with lung and liver difficulties in connec
tion with Catarrh and Fomalo Debility. She was
treated by you. and I am happy to stato that sho
has improved beyond all expectations, and we
consider her entirely cured. SVisbing you much
success aim prosperity,
I remain yours truly,
Potsdam. Jan, 10, 1808,
Dr. Gridloy. Dear Sir :
For a number of years 1 have been suffering
with tho Heart Disease, Lung difficulty, and
General Debility. Since your treatment of July,
1807, 1 hao been gaining, Your invigorating
medicines have given now vigor and ton to mv
.t'ltnlit uvutn... 1 ii. ulinnrr,ii, 1 n . . t lr n.wl ..'Iff.
larger capacity for labor, boti mental and physi
cal, thau at any time during the past two years
I can truly recommend your way of treatment
to all who aro sulfeiing,
244- 2 ADDIE PATTEN.
CALL and cp the best Slook of Clothing,
Hats and Caps and Furnishing Goods in the
Stato, at ' WM N. SMITH, & CO.
E E It 3J Y .
NEW STEAM MILL!
Bingham & Lincoln,
Vein- (lie I.Vei"lit Di'iint, St. Alliuiis, VI.,
I . now ready to grind corn meal. Ilnu or coarse,
i x anil an lands
of wain for feed. This 3111
n.is built by Holmes & llluiu ltiiitl,.ot' Dos
lot,, of tlie bct French Uurr, is coinploto in ovu
ry lespret, mid is capable of grinding twenty
live bu-Oii'ls i.er hour. Iteing dependent on
in idier wind or Hoods for power, wo can do all I
..nrl. of this kind without hindrance to our ens- i
tnmi r.4 Vi hIimII 1.i n, iit.!ii.nl tit I'lifntuli ntin, '
iii the kernel, or ground, and at all times fresh
and as cheap as elsewhere. We are also ready
to 'ei cio orders for
Nash, Uliiuls and Doors,
Mouldings and 'louse Finishings of overy de--criplion,
of as iod nmteii.il and workmanship
t anv other shop in tho State.
initio l. rder tilth Machinery which is new nnd
A tlie lah st improvements. With those fa'?ili
tits to give perfect satisfaction, wo solicit a
slisi e of public pittronaKe'
1HNOIIAM A L NCOLN
St. Albans. Feb. 27, 1"(!7. lfll-tf.
(lA.UK into the enclosure of the subscriber, on
. till) lHth October, 18flS,
One Dark Sorrel Mare,
with a white face., ono white hind foot, and has
the heaves; is about 20 years old. 'lie owner
is lttpiested to prove property, pay rhargeu,
and take her away.
MRS. A. C. SKEELS.
Hiljligate, Vt., Nov. 3. 211-:l
' rilO FARXIEltS AND OTIIEItS.-Thc siibscrib
! X era having -.inrchased and fitted up in good
I older, the Woolen Hill at Sivanton FalU, foi-
I merly known s.s Piatt's Factort, are now pre
' pared to maiiulactuii) Cloths or arn tor eus-
tomers, or nxchnligo tho samu for wool. A lib
' eral slmre of patronage solicited, and satisfae
N. li.Ollice in south end of Factory, where
may be, found the books and accounts of tho late
tirm ot riatt .v iiiui;iey
MKIfiS A HINKLRY.
Good Dairy Farm
I7U11I MALE IN MOltniSTOWN, within one-
half niile of Morristown village
Farm contains about eighty-live acres of good
laud, sixti acres cleared, and the remaii der
Four hundred Sugar or Maple trees, with Sap
I Tubs and Sugar Utensils.
A young Apple Orchard of about 150 trees,
mostly iu bearing.
House :)()x 10, in good repair, witli good cel
lar. Darn 112 x (!1, witli cellar under the whole
and iu good repair, ltunning water at house
and barn, and pastures well watered.
Forty tons of hay cut from twenty acres will
be sold witli tho fa'i m if desired.
i Seven Cows, 5 yearling heifers, 10 sheep, and
a span of good work horses will be sold witli the
place if desired, and al! farming tools.
All to bo sold vorv cheap for cash.
W. II. POWEItS,
Morristown, Aug. 15, 18f8.
f ! lO U00 per month, eterywlicro, male
1 O and female, to introduce' the Gcmjini;
Ijii'iiuvki Commox-Sensk Family Suwino-JIa-
out.vi:. This machine will stitch, hem, leii, tuck,
juilt, cold, bind, braid, and embroulorin a most
superior manner. Price, only ild. rally war
ranted for live years. Vo will pay $1,000 for
unv machine that will sow a stronger, more beau
tiful, or more elastic seam than ours. It makes
the "Elastic Lock Stitch." Every second tititeh
can bo cut and still tho elotli cannot bo pulled
apart without tearing it Wo pay Agents from
ft." to J'JOO per month and expenses, or a com
mission lrom which twice that amount can lie
made. Address, Sl'.COMH .t CO.,
Pittsburgh, Pa., or Uoion, Mto-s.
CAUTION Do not bo imposed upon by other
names imlming oil w.utldess, cabt irnn ma
chines under tlie same name or uthortiise. Ours
is tho only guanine, and really practical eheaj
machine manufactured. 2:iU-H
$200 Per Month, Sure,
AND no money icipiired iu advance. Agents
wanted everywhere, milo ami female, to
pen our Patent. Everlasting White Wire Clothes
Line. "Every household should have this ar-
tielo." N. Y. Tiiniu.Ni:. Address,
AME1UOAN WIUE CO.,
75 William Sheet, N.Y., or 10 Deal born Street
Chicago, III. 2:)-
Torrey's Patent Weather Strips
l GENTS WANTED IN EVTiKY TOWN. SEND
x for Circular and Price list.
E. S. .V .1. TOltltEY CO.
2i:itrt 72 Maiden Lane, N. Y.
ITTAUlt ANTED to remove all desire for
VV liaceo. It is cntiiely Vegetable
harmless. It Purities and Jiiriches the J
Invigorates the System, possesses grc
idling and Strengthening power, U :
lent Appetizer, anables tho Stonucli to Digest
tlie heartiest tood, mai.es sleep roiivslnng, and
ostawisnes rouusi ne.utn. .MHOAvrs mm citric
vrsfor HUt ii Years Cured. Price, Fifty Cents.
post free. A treatise on tho injurious effects ot
'tobacco, with lists ot roloronces, to.unnonials,
Ac. sent lree. Agents wanted. Address Dr. x
rt. ABBOTT, .lersey City. N. J. Sold by all
Druggists. 21 '-12w
Goldsmith & Seavey,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS,
NOIi 2'JfMA IN St. , ST. ALBANS, Vt.
Life, Fire, Inland and Accidental
Insurance effected in Unliable
- 1 Losses equitably adjusted and Prompt
AND VESTS, for Fall and Winter
WM.N. SMI'lIf, ACO'S.
TDLACK Pants and Vesta of all kinds just
N. SMITH, JcCO'S.
Wtor VtrmoHt fVciinn'i)
New York, 2Sth.
Speaker Colfax leaves here to-day for
if fine andccld; wind
A Pouglikeepsie despatch i-ays that
tlie body recently found near there was
that of Mrs. Jacob Smith, and her hus
band is suspected of being the mur
derer. Gold 135.
Have you soon the New Pattern Plat
ed Spoons and Forks at Hunting
tons. Tho Prettiest Thing Out.
tOM.MKltOI.YL College Itooms ; possession
J given Sept., 1st. Three Rooms easy of
access, and very
pleasant situation for Club
Rooms or ofticcs,
St. Albans, Aug. 3, 1808.
BETWEEN Fulton .Market, St. Albanu. and
the Fair Ground, or on it, a dark colored
inorrocco wallot, containing $151, and a receipt
from Severance k Co., Boston, to E. 0. Guitar
Th? finder will receive a reward i f f .",() on return
ing the wallet to P.. O. G ALLAH.
St. Albans Iflth Sept.. 1803. nllltf
EEING about to leave town, I wish to dispo.m
1 llt'lllV l-esiib'lien im Vni'llilli,!,! ...1.1.1.
will bo sold for a reasoneble sum.
ior further particulars enquire, of inc.
MS-d-tf. It. F. WILLIAMS.
KEG, QUAItTOlt GALLON, Lake Sluet, St
Oct. I 1808. IMd.VwIm.
St. Albans Dining Rooms,
LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS,
DOWNING & STEERE
Pit or It I ETC) ris
TltfTAlUl MEALS or Lunches served at 'all
TT hours, in t ho best stvle.
Fresh BaUimore Ovstcrs.
lleeeited daily and supplied to tho Trade at
S. V2BBJNOT & CO.,
G-oneral Newspaper Advertising
ltt:i Nassiiu Street. New York.4
(ESTABLISHED IN 1062.)
VyE beg to call tho attention of advertisers to
T our agency. Our facilities with all tho first
class daily papers in tlie country aro second to
none, and wo are fully prepared to offer terms
and conditions which cannot fail to giro supe
Wo also send advertisements to all Cuban and
'.'until American papeis, witli whom wo have ex
tensive contracts. We aro tlie only hoiiBo doing
!'. Spanish Advci t isln IIiisIiicns.
Wo can, by special permission, infer to
Mr. H. T. Ilchnbold, Druggist, 501 Broadway,
.Messrs. S. lt.Vaiidnzer .V Co., 108 GreenwiehSt.,
Messrs. Hall ,t Itnckel, 218 Greenwich Street,
Messrs. G. Bruco's Son & Co., Type-Founders,
Messrs. Phalon & Son, Now Tori:.
Phelan ,V Collender, Now Yoik .
" Tarrant .t Co.,
" Chickerins Son, "
" ltadway ,V Co., '
1 have just received a largo lot of first uud
second quality of Stono and China Ware, com
prising two Now and Elegant Patterns called
''Gen. Grant" Patterns. Also a largo stock ot
Cutlery, Ghtss and Stono Ware, which I oiler for
sale cheap. Pleaso call and sco before purchas
At tho old Farrar Block, ono door north ot
Georgo II. Farrar's.
P. G. SKINNEIt.
St. Albins. Pet 24th. 1 BOO. 1 30-1 f
1 A.MLU, An Agent to maico a
canvass of Franklin County in behalf of
that old and reliable Life Insurance Company,
The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford
Conn. Liberal terms to an active, energotio
man. Address. N.G. AXTELL,
Peru, Clinton Co.,N. Y.
General Agent for NnrtheniNow York and Ver
ron one soiiXtiva :
TTTE SELL DItESS PATTERNS. PANT Pat
V terns, Wobs, Cotton Cloth, Shawls, Car
pctings, Slieotings, Drv and Fancy Goods, Vc,
Ac. Circular Sent Free, giving full particu
lars; w Twelve 'ltc!tK sent for Ono Dollar,
describing twelve different articles which wo will
sell for One Dollar Kuril.
to whom tho most liberal inducements aro offer
ed, and satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
CHAS. LETTS .t CO.,
& Oil FiUJF.HAIi STltEET.
BOYS and Youth'sClothingofall kinds just re
ceived at WM. N. SMITH, Ar CO'S,
HATS, HATS, HATS,
CAPS, OAPS, OAP8,
All tho Styles just received at
WM. N, SMITH, & CO'S,
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