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V URMONTT DAILY TRANSORIPT. DEOEMDER 5, 1868.
Vermont Daily Transcript-.
ST. ALBANS, VT.
.- vi umA., DB'i3itri:u oVlStl.
.uint ai. or 1'Assr.soun thaws.
Fi-' lie :-""'t!l ntnl East, 5,iS a. in., 11,1 n.m
-!. 1' IV'1'' ,,.
I'Tllll Itl'IlM! S 1 UIlll mm Hioi, I, J ...
. til 0 311 . W.
iii A iiitn i.l. 11 4o s, m.. o i i p.m.
m , iti nr. of rAPsusoKn tiiainh.
Fur i.H'. .utlic ml l'nt. R3'. n. in.. 12 0
7 2' I p. ii-
For K'iM?i ' Joint niul ot, i.Ofi n. m.
Fur Moi trc.i, C 10 n. in., fi flip. m.
llAtl.T UltHVU. Of BTAOlifl AT ST. Al.tllNR.
From s-.icet -burgh ami Finnklin, 7M p. m.
From UH-lifi.nl :uul Sheldon, .lull p. m.
Fioin Sheldon, In nil n. in.
From Uakcrstlold, 11 HO n. m.
daily WEi'AiiTt'nr or stages rnoM nr. ai.iu.nk.
l or Franklin ami Sweotsbnrgh, " 30a. in.
For shi-ltl.in ami l'.ichlord, H 3d a. m.
lor. lic-hlon, 2 Oil p. m.
l r h.d,eivnc'd, 1 00 p. m.
St ges cull at the several hotels in town. Msge
oftlcos at tin- Tiemoiit House.
ciiino or nit: iiAii.s.
Mail i-rNt-W York close at .r 00 a. in. ami 7 0
'Vlails for Hoston ctoic at .' a. m. end 'i"0 i.im
Mails for Albany and Hit- West close at .i ulla.ni
Mails for Canada eloso at 5 '. 0 a.m. .
Southern and Noi thorn way mail clone nt - rK
rilHK Y M. C A. mccta every Jfonday evening
X at tlu-ir rooniM over Wm. N. Hinith'n Store,
Main Street. ,
( liainplain t'liaptor No. 1, It. A. M. nioctn the
third Wediusdav t-veiiin-; in each month, at
Jim- hall in Wh;. Ut'h hloek, Main Street.
(JoliimlmM Conneil No. 1, It. .V K. M. inet-trt the
rtppnml W( diirndav oveniiiK in each month, .it
their halt in Wheelcr'H Jilock.
1-rnnkHii Lodge No. 1, F. .V A. jr., meet the
irnt Widiu-dav L-vcnin in each month at then
hall in tnii'ii liloek, Jliun Stteet.
Hncjluxhv Lodo No. 81 F. .V A. M. lm-etx the
fourth Wo'dnusilav cvoniiiR in each month, .il
their hall in Union Itloek. Main Stleel.
Crtal Fountain, Tcmplo of Honor No. 1 incotn
evi rv Tnetdav i-venmi; at their Hall in li mies
l'.loiik, I.al. Btitet.
St. Alhana I.odRO No 32. I. O. of CI. T. moetH
ijverv Fridav evening at their Hull in l!arni'
Uismi; Sun Lo f?i- No. 8 I. O. ol'Cl.T. meoi
tvr Saturday uvunliiK, at St. Albaim Day.
St.' John tht- UajitiHt lleuovolent Sociuty CCa
nadian) ineet on tho first and third Wednesday
m eniiiK of each month at their hall over K. II
To Ailvi-iiiNi-ih... Tho Vkiimi).ntDii.v Tiiass
i nli-r has the largest circulation in St. Alh.m.-
and in Franklin County, of any duily jiapur, and
is on that account, if no other, tho boat medium
Ouit Daily. Those, wishing to secure
copies of our daily paper can do bo at
Mcrrificld's and Baker's bookstores, as
well as of camera, and at the oilice
Copies of our weekly paper may nleo be
had at these places.
SnmiiFF 1'ii.vcK has appointed the
... ii -n n.. . r t -r
lOHOWlIlg puisuiiM iJimura . i j.n.
rill. T. li. Marvin. Swanton : Julius
llalbcrt, 'Fairfax ; 1-1 C. Sioule, Fairlleld
Look oft fok Confiscation. It was
in:de neeespary by the act of Congress
of Jul j 2ut ), 1SGS, for all parties having
in their possession 50 gallons or more ol
distilled snirlts. mevious to December
1st, IPCS, to re- orttbe same to the Col
lector of Internal Revenue of the Dis
trict, piovious to that time. All liquor
so remaining unreported at that date i
forfeited to the United State. We think
ihis matter is but little understood by
tho people generally, and if those bav
in'' Honor in their nocssion have not
already reported to the Collector as the
law requites, they will save themselves
trouble by doing so immediately. The
OHicors '.cent the 'critlci'- froinafar.
Titoi ni.r. in Tuaue. Trade in order
to be logit'mate.should be in accordance
withkvv. Occasionally the hinges ui
on A.hich commercial transactions
hinge, become lossonod and thero is
trouble with the parties generally. One
of thee cases occtirod at B ikerslldd the
othor day in which laJ'tciio-.nu.H' 'u
mingled with sorio.i in ittow
long since, Mr. Charle3 F. Ovitt, a mer
chant of Bakersfiold, loaned his horse
and carriage, to young lady B. to go tu
Hcrkshiro, but it afterwards leaked out
that she went beyond there and into Ca
nada, where she purchased and return
ed with a pisce of velvet for a cloak. Tt
Js furthermore claimed, that Mr. Ovitt
himself afterwards went out riding will-
the same team and with another young
lady x and they drove into Ca
nada, where tbo young lady purchased
three sflk diess patterns and triinniin. s,
and returned to Bakers leld without
making any words about their luggage.
The young lady required the dresess,
and she was soon after married and
went tJ tho West. Mr. Ovitt acknowl
edges that ho was kno ving to her bring
lag out one dress. 'Tie ever thus, and
Mi. F. Cluue, Dept. C Hector at St. Al
. i i p .i... i i.
win? icanicu in nieir maimer oi uoiug
b. tsiness and culled upon Mr. Ovitt ear
ly on Wednesday morning last, for bis
team. Mi. Ovitt had no teams to let,
but diiceted him to a livery stable. Mr,
Chase was preslstent in his desire to
obtain that identical team, none other
would suit. After givinp: some cxnlana
lions and the reasons why, Mr. Ovitt
conciuueu xo ici mm, as an executive
ofllct-r of the Revenuo la-.vs, have the
team, also. riio establishment was ap
paised at $200, and Mr. Ovitt gave his
written agreement to deliver thepiopor
ty to the collector nt Burlington, on
call. The team is In for forfeiture sure
ly, but precisely how the mutter will bo
urrrngol wo tiro unable to any, us It b -1
jun .o the So i- lury of llicTn usury ti
(I oldo. if onrod upon. Tt would have
been much move pio.ltublo in any event
for Mr. Ovitt to have pursuaded the
yoiiii' 1 dies to have made their pur
chases at the l':tUcrttloUl hIoivm.
(jAitnoNiouits. -Two kinds of ' Car
bonizes" ra offorsd for sale in St.
Minns, which it is elaiinod, will kuv
an inimonro ainount of ga. " You pav ;
your money and tn 'tea your choice."
WATirt Powru Sur.VKY. The
legislature provided lor a water pow
survey of Lho yttite. It vote. I to have
three thousand reports printed. In St.
Aibans, the Surveyors will look after
a site fo. a paper mill.
T, ' - ,
Rlv. 11.11. Hijack, of the Newton
Theolog eal niBiitiuion, win supply tne
dek of the Itaptist eluneh in Newport
for a few Sabbat hp.
An Accmi:r. We learn from the
Montpelier Freeman that last Sunday
ariernoou as Mr. Dubley, the well
known chief clerk of numbum's hotel,
was coming down Clay Hill in t'ds vil
lage, on his return with his wife from
Calais, lushorjc, a Mgli-spiritoi animal,
look lrigiil i un avd tlnow both Mr.
Dudley andwife from the carriage,breal:-
inir Mis. Dudley'ti arm, and materially
jarring and bruising iiotn oi inem.
Advkntuim: Wttii An Owi,. The
Newport Fxpiess says that on the 127. h.
ult, William' Faudon at Newport Center
smart encounter Avith a huge owl.
lust as be was about retiring he heard
a mournful noise from a favorite catjust
outside and lushed to the rescue cn ;-
habillc. The cat bad been attacked by
oinc huge animal and was then within
its grasp. Not knowing even but it
might be lh(3 much talked-of panther
said to in i-abit the surrounding woods.
Fadden pitched in and with many t 11-
lu-r blows succeeded in killing the in-
t tider, which proved to bo a mammoth
o vl n-eamring from tip to tip of wings
live feet and four inches, and fiom end
o; tail to end ol r.eal twenty-eiglit ,n
c:ies, a fine specimen of a bird.
Mafoni" Ollicerj chosen at the reg
ular monthly coinmunical r n of La
moille lodge, No. 0, F & A M, Fairfax,
Wednesday evening, Dec. 2:
L li Hunt, WM
II 11 Montague. S YV
N 15 Blair, J W
S B Hunt, Tieasurer
A B Bccman, Secretary
P .1 Farnsworth, SD
W B Halucrt, J D
W J Brush, S S
M O Evans. J S
L C Leach, Tyler
AG Brush, Marshal.
Masonic. At a rtgula- communica
tion, of Fraklin Lode, No. 4, held on
Wednesday evening, the lollowing of
ficers were elated for tho ensuing ye ir :
J P F.sk, V M.
GeoE Ivltteride, S V.
L P Ki.""p'.on, 1 W.
G M Pie.'ce, Treas.
A N Percy, Sec.
OlfTIC'K 3 AlM'OINTliO.
S S Allon, S D.
D. G Mitchell, P D.
E P Livingston,
S II Hingington, Chaplain,
It Jj Stanwood, Tyler.
Installation to take plao Tuosday ov
ng, Djc 7ch, after which there wflbo
an Oyster Supper. Bivtliron in good
standi uu; are invite 1 to attend.
Park Davis declined tho o file 3 of VY.
M lor another-year, having hold it for
three consecutive year. Milton Ses
sions w.i i iv-ciea:cii ior . v. nut uo-
The Kutiand iferald ssiy fliat
Thursday two so.'.s of T; C. Kbit on t'od
and captured, fto.n the same tree SiV
puunds of coons, which is romarkal.Iy
Dit. Silas Smith, of East Georgia,
well known as (ho proprietor and man
ufacturer of tho " Green Mountain Iten
ovator," oflers to give outright the mill
privilege and site known as "Pioniiss
M.lls,"auda two story building ."G X
4S ft standing thereon, to a party who
will LuUd a milling or manufacturing
Establishment, commansurate w'd'i
the power afforded. It is said to bo one
of the bo3t privileges on Damoillo itlver,
and is not'ovcr hnlf a mile frorn Geor
gin Depot. TJioro avus formerly on I !'
sit .! a grist mill of three" runs, two Miiall
woolen mills, an oil mill, and a wiv
mill, but they were burned soma years
A C.yxai. The Rutland Herald ad
vocates tho building of a canal from
Itutlai'.d to Whitehall, believing (hat
Rutland is to be tho greatest dislrllut-
1 in l1oh,t in Vermont
PiiKriRNi ation A. G. Nouise, for tho
lnstpevon yoars .-suporintondent of the
Baptist Sunday-school of Bruttloboro',
being about to lea vo the State, w. s late
ly mado the rccipkntof a sliver teaser
vlco. accompanioil by apnronriatJ excr-
LuMiinit iVr BrnLiNc'TpN. Betwco'
t-nturtlny nlfehtnncl . oadny night last,
1 . boat load of lumber' pniho fi,000,000
feof, arrived at Burlington for Unmet
& Co., and aotno 10 boat loads lorilbci
parlie". Tills Is supposed to be the Insi
ai rival of tbo season.
Tun Potato Mania. Of all th
man 'iw" that wo have over known
the pohito mania seems to take the load
Last spring the Eirly Ro-e i-old ro.idll'
in New York at $.'1 per pound, or X2
per bushel , but this Is nothing in emu
parison to the price at which a now
eoini olitor tor potato fame, (the "No.
1 ") 1H now being sold. Reliable report.
iroui iNow vorn suno wiai during un
past week sixteen pinatoosbto-.U'htSSJtS-twelve
brought $015; one potato hi'ouht
S3'), ai d oi.o wan t rated for a good cow
valued at $00. During a recenc vNlt t(
the lK'iit'.iborhood whore th!s potato wa
originally produced, (llubbardlon.) wi
;mwom, bf milium sb.o. a specimen o "
such as a. o sold at s0. One of the pro
dueors.Mr. .loniiin'rs was exhibiting p
genteel p.-drof cllver-trlinined haiiieef
wnleh be had received in exchange foi
a single potato. The foundation oftheii
great po, ulaiity Hoeins to b, that thej
vleld aitonihingly, are of superior qua
lity, and entirely fico fiom rot. Mont
A Scr;i'r.iSR. The Free I'ie?s pr-
bUshc the followingcard in acknowled
gmont of the kind courtesy of -his pa
rish lone s at Burlii gtou. Mr. Dayton,
it will be lcinoiibeicd, was formerly
pa-tor of the Motboditt Society in St.
"On Tuesday evening, the 2.1th ult.,
a ' foragintr party ' were out in full force,
the line being lornied at tho residjncj
of F. Woodworth, Esq. This move
ment was made for the purpose of cap
turing a certain gentleman of his city,
The line beimr lormcd, tne order was
given to advance, when they marched
dhect'y to the Methodist parsonage on
Whitc'slrc 1. entered the house uncere
moniously, surrounded the pastor, and
feellmr bi'.iifoll weak and unarmed; he
eracel'ullv yielded, and becan e their
willini' captive. They lu ought witli
them two huge baskets of jirovisions
turkeys, beef, saturates, pies, cake, dice
se, sugar, honey, &c, &e., with a pack
age of gi celibacies, ($5lj, which were
pie-en cd to the pastor, in a neat and
ninety address by Dr. Hand, which was
briefly lespondcd to by the aeitated
'captTvc.' The party tarried but a few
minutes, and wnhd ew as they entered
as a 'thanksgiving day gilt.
May iheir tabloj ever be crowned with
plenty ai.d their sky be as blight, as
thoir'lieatts are liberal, is (lie wish of
D. W. Dayton.
Itenuo's Pain-Killing Ma;ic Oil is
sold by mo3t of our Druggists and Mer
chants, and haRbccomeaa.indaidarliele
in market. This position it has won by
its great mcr.t. It cure pain, anil tho
people like i. and will have it one man
sayti bis vife would not be without it ii
the bottles cost $100. d&w.
i-'ui.TON M A kick r. .lust received, a
nice lot Dried Beef. Sugar Cured Hams,
Bologna Sausage, Sweet I'otatoe.-, To
matoes, Peal's, Poacluv, Water Melouf
and Musk Melons. dtf-Oi.
One of the few things that the North
and South will probably ever fu ly agrei
upon is that "Bairclt's Vegetable Hail
Itontorativc" is not only tho best preven
tive to (he luiir fallinu; out, but also the
finest d resting ever before tbo public.
It richly deserves the ".-'ilvcr Medal'-
awarded by the Now Hampshire Stale
Fair.- Dubuque Times. d&w.
CHRISTMAS IS COMING!
Do not delay, but call at once, at
II U NT I NG T 0 2TS
And Mlccl your PRESENTS fro n tho
largest and boj't variety
ever olferod in
M t R K E T ! !
Yuii will ali unci
J tut, the thing yon want
Ii yuu call Sow
CifKnKraviiifr done i.i th.' bent matnier.'ir'i '
AFTER GRANT, WHAT ?
A .rcViiml HKT'l'Ult wavln tin One Dill
No Tickets to buy.
liet any article you want.
Ak'mitfe paid better, with Iwtf tho liouble. ilu
layaul nxpeuse than by tho old sy.tom.
Our CircuUi- will ijxpluin tho NEW MIJTIIOI).
Send and gut ouu, to
.I.K.AUSTIN .V UltO.
16 HuiioA'or Street,
2W-1 Dost on, Jlahs.
1 f U.OTH1NQ, CI.OTIIIMI, iT.OTHINii.
The Inrgtst Kioek or Clothiii(r, H.its and Caps
, and Furnishing O..oda i vi r olli-ind fir sale in
1 Yi rinout, is now o;i'-neU at
WM. N. SMITH. CP'S,
GtO TO W.M. N. bill I'll .V CD'S lor your
f lilac); Sack Coa'u.
A:ir .( MitrtiiEMisxTs.
gros grain !
For ealc at $2.!(0 a ycml, by
Rdwiml barlow. Ilurlitigtoii, Vt.
'tMW. nsnil price of Ihoeie jjoodHit $2 ,V1 ii .vnvd.
I and after my prenolit tmpply is oh!iilteu
do not expi-i t lo lm ahlo to nod thrill nt. (lie
.niwut low price; thoiel'mo ihoo iiitomlin(r t-
mrchare uit ha. dries uill o u,l lo i loulo a
.ftrti nt oncB. 1 ait.0 hnvo a liiindriointf ntg.-k
t liupoited l.laek Silk", aiuoti which are some
ci v heiivv pood ) which I sh.ill rtdll a' verv cheap
ii'iu-H. Jt.v HtocU of sil.vwi.S is very conn leto,
'ui.B.stiinj' of l.oni; mid Sipial'i- l'AlI.K
dl VWI.S, utid a fu.l HHoMmmit of Vii)I..CN
IHAWliS of varioiiH nlylc- and iptalilies al
pi ic-OM which mt;lit lo cutiufy every reast luble
In lull nsportmeiit. We ca'l nai ticular at. n
iin to our "e.i ... !u Clou 'ting as heliig ery
ni tn, hundsoini' ami durable loi- a low pi iced
uticie. Wo also Iwimi Home extra iptuli-j
Uncle 'loicmv lit u v i- 11 (Ii, worth fiom
J0.3H to ifl.uo :i yard
iriruBn oahmsnts i
1 have a largo and cotnpleto assortmont of
.Moiino, Casluuere and Siisonv 'ool UN1M;U
illLlilS mid UltAWFltS, for Gentlemen, baih. s
md I'hildrcn of all sines, styles, ami qitaiiti"".
.ind at vuy niodi-rato prices.
tu addition I inivo my customary full tismitt-
HH'Ilt of llico Irt-s (SooiN, Fiiilld, l ..--lilt,
liulnio al Skills Fin nit in- I oVv-i-iitjCiiM-dforciirtaiiis)
:ioiisoIti-i-iliiK -.l '.
Jl(lllll l itc., iSC.
N. 1!. -Have a 11 cent Drown Cotton, ii llin
it 121 cents.
An'inspi'clion of goods and l'nees is reupect
.'itlly i.olh-itcd. (Jaiefnl attention kIvcii to
ui dot h.
15i! Church Struc t.
Durlinslon, Dec. 1, ISfiS. lUGt) v.'lft.tf
17-Olt tho llli.-?l'
X. Impitro of
JIACHfNU ' in tho WOULD
'wanton, Vermont, Agents
Grand 1k1( Counties, ior tho
WHEELER & WILSON
Hilriif Fx erf, Loo: Stilch Scw.ny Machine.
1 1 , j 1 1. (l-alers ill
d.-alei's in "Ii-ll 1 1 mil win... 'l'u-
iil. .intl Pirkcl ( nllit-y, (ilti, Wine.
Wm.-. Wooden W.ite mill WII1..W
IViUf, I'.nity (.imiiN, -t vm. Move I'lpes,
.nil Iljllotv Wine.
Iro . Mid. .Nail-., R'u.s. I'ut'y.
Ti-.iiM. CASH, or le.idy pay.
JMli; ClU'Altr.M-'ll.SHIl' in the Insurance'
L Imsiin fu heretofore oxiMiht; lietween Ueiv-
ii ml Noble, mid S. K. Goldsmith, Ulioer tho
11 111 liaiie- ol IJencV.Noli.u A' I o- IS tills 1 1 it X" Oln-
d. lived I iy mutual consent.
DF.WKY .V, NOUbK.
M. Albans. Vt.. August, 1. JSIJS
VI, 1. anil see tho beht Stock of Clothing,
iats and (."aps and Fiiriii-diini: Goods in the
otatt,-, al W.U N. S.UI I II, .V CO.
Gi O to WM. N. liJlll'll .V GO'S for llusiiiBs
.inits of all kinds.
Lb tho new stvles of Furs and Sjarfs '
opened at " W.M. N'. S.MIl'H, A CO'.S.
M I'NT'S SHAWLS Jiibt received
W.M. N. SMITH, .V CO.
BOYS Over Coats of all kinds ai
WM. N . SMI J 11, ,t CO'h.
!"AN'T3 and Vests of ill Kinds just arrived
L at WM. N. SMITH ,V GO'S.
NF.W .'iijjply of 'Vugs, Cluniieals, Patent
Meiheiius, Ao., lint leceiu-d at
' GI!liJ'..s .V NICiIObS,
.No. 1, l.a.Vc Street,
Ml to W.i. N..S.1ITI1, A i.'uV. tor oud I'mti.-
't )A't. FO.
Sl'UINCV, go to
WM. N. SMITH .V CO'S.
'otrnrs clothing of
at W.M. N.
all kinds cheap
SMI Til, .V CO'.S.
1C OUOUATOJ!, the neatest
invented for 1'erfnming sic.
GIM'F.N .V NICHOL.v.
No. 1, Lat-e Sheet.
OYliJIOOA'lSotall Kf iittt-, and cheap
at WM. N. SUFI II ,t CO'S.
1 vies, now opening at
W.M. N. SMITH A CO'S.
roil osrn "ooLXaiiwE. i
W: HELL llltFSS PATTICltNS, PANTF.U-tm-ns,
Webs, Cotton Cloth, Shawls, Car
pytings, Sheetings, Dry and Fancy Goods, Ac.,
,vc. t'ii iilin-s St-ui I'm', giving full particu
lars: or Tivetvc liei lis sent for One Uoliar,
lcsciibim; twelve dllh-rent articles which wo will
it'll for lc Diillm- Karli.
HIT Ladies and gentlemen a anted as Agi nti,,
to ivhoin the most liberal inducements areolVt
id. and satiM'action guaranteed in all cases.
chas. Lurrs .t co.,
1,1 A Oil KI'DKllAl, TltliK'r,
an-lvl Vostou Mas
AN'l LD. An Agent lo nniKe a tlunimgii
ft cativns.s nt 1-ranltliii rounty in Delult
that old and u-liablu I.il'u htsura.i)go Company,
The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford
Conn. Liberal Urms to an active, energetic
man. Addict. N. G. AXTI-.LC,
Peru, Clinton Co., N. i.
General Agent f ir NorthernNow Y'ork andYer
I have just ivceb-il a largo lot of llrad and
second tpiality of Stone and China Ware, com
prising two New and Klegant Patterns called
"Gen. Grant" Patterns, Also a largo stoil; ol
Cutlery, Glass and Stone Ware, which 1 oiler for
mile cheap. Please call and see before purchas
ing i bun here.
At tho old I'aiTar block, onu door north of
George II. Farrar's.
1'. O. SIvINNUlt.
St. Mbins, Oct 21th. 180(1. IMUf
fPIKISE IM'KHIiSTEU AUK UI'UIKHY
1 notitli d that I am agent to transact all bud
lusti pcruuiii'g to pc'ieioiis, bounties and back
pay. Chums pt Un. above nature can be pie
aoutod, and tlieir allowances obtained, by appjl
lug to WM. UltliiQLS.
St. Allans, May 10th. 18C0.
m YEOM BUCK'S
M. A I. II A A'S. FY'.
n o sr 14 ! X S tt It A N C K
Now llavon, Conn.
(ititt,il. l,tMU.0(0. Kurplus, fi D,H70,':4.
V VTIONAI. IN.SUIIAACH CO.,
iispltal, 300,000. Surplus, J150.000.
I IVl'ntlN'ATlONAIilXSim.VCH CO.,
I Capital, fSftO.POO. Surplus, f'01,80j02
I ('('All II2A.V J.UTOAI. 1.1 PK INSUUANCE
' C O II 1' A - V .
, Now York.
' A. net l.. o.ei $1,01)11,000.
KT.VA I.IVIS STOCIC INSUHA.NCH CO.,
dir'i W ly
T AM in receipt o!'200 to UOYbrls. of Fl.OUU
L per weuk, ami mv facilities am such that 1
cm .-upply the trade on as
G o o i! T c f lit s
as any ot her party or paities (as my Hour pays
no tubule to miildhi men, lior'Jilc, per barrel to
drnninier.-s), with Superlino and hxtra Flour,
made troiu Alilwankuo Club Wheat, by ear-load
II V AT TEH I VII E A T FL 0 UllS,
fiom ((ood to very choice, in full supply.
l orn ior sale at all times. Cash paid for Wool
and isi.cep felts.
7j- 1 take this opportunity to return my
moat hearty thanks for the very liberal patron-a-o
1 have received since 1 eoiiiiuenced business,
ami hope tor u continuance of the same.
.T. ,f. llUltOKSS.
St. Albans. Oct. 21, 1KCS.
The American Cooking Stove
Again in Court !
I nitial Htiilcs Court, Dis't (it i.Y., I
AnuANY, Oct. 17, 1SG8. i
.Iacou H. Siikau a Jos. Packard,
'AkhwiiKH Hunt & Wm. .). Mn.i.iut.
The Honorable Samuel Jc'non,
riAHlS SUJT was brought for it-lriiiKing tin
X patents on a Shaking or Yib ating Ash
.-.liter, and the combination of a Sitting aud.Vsl;
Fan in the hearth of n Cooking Stove, an injunc
tion was L'l-unted restraining tlieir use. Me.-.sis
Hunt A' ndler hao now urrauKcd lor a license,
and hl herein er liiaiiutacture and sell under i
licence fioiu us. All other persons are coiition
d against tuanutactiiring, selling, or tisui
Stoves with tiiese iniorovuments, as all in
fringements will bo promptly prosecuted.
HHl'Al!, l'ACKAUU CO.,
For Sale by D. M. WA' KER,
17" KG, QUAUT OU GALLON, Lake Stunt. M
ocl. J IStW.
Goldsmith & Seavey,
JiEiVEilAL lNSUUArVCE AiiENTS,
NOJi TIE MA IN St. , ST. ALBANS, Vt.
Life, Fire, Inland and Accidental
LiNurance effected in Ileliablc
Lossen equitably adjusted and Prompt
St. Albans Dining Rooms
LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS,
DOWNING & STEERE
'TTAltM MF.ALS or Lunches served at all
hours, in tho best style.
Fresh Hallimore OvsUtn.
Ueceived daily and supplied
to tho Trade
BEING about to luavo town, I wish to djapose
of my residence on Northtlelil St., which
will bo Hold for a lv.isuneble sum.
For lurther particulars enquire of mo.
145-d-tf. 11. F. WILLIAMS.
C10MMEU0IAL College Uoonw i possession
given Sept., 1st. Three Itooins easv ot
access, and very pleasant situation for Club
U. Minis or ollices.
WW. N. SMITH.
St. Albans, Aug. 3, 1803.
T ETWEES' Fulton Market, St.
I 11 Hin I.VIi- nrnniiil it ., ,l.v. ..,!,,...,!
niorroeco Mallet, containing SIjI, and a receipt
from Severance it Co.. Jlostou, to E. O. Gallar.
The tinder will receive a reward i f i5J on ret inn
ing tho wallet to E. O, GALLAlt.
St. Albans 19th Sept., 1108. nllltf
Li UOIIT FIIOCKS of all kinda, just received
, O at W.M. N. aiiU'U, CO'S,
"ortAf lrmon 7Yawnijt.
New Yoiuc, 5th.
A private despatch from Washington
says that Senator Pomeroy has n hill
ready to present at the opening of Con
gress, proposing an amendment to the
Constitution which gives suffrage to all
citizens of both sexes, leaving the States
to tlx the age only when the exeroiseof
the right shall commence.
It Is stated that the President has de
cided to keep under lock and key his an
nual message until Tuesday next,whon -he
will transmit it lo Congress.
A dosnatoh from Cincinnati states that
the passenger steamboats United States
and American collided this a. m., about
.50 miles below that city, and both wero
burned. Tho loss must be heavy; no
The gold inarkot here this a.m. is ex
cited. A report reached the gold room
that a riot hud broke out in Paris in con
conccqucncc of a collision between the
French Government and the press. It
is dilllcult to ascertain whether this
news is true or not but it has nflcctcd
the market. The price of ijold advanced
There is a rumor of tho death of the
Emperor of France.
Banqoii, Mi:., 6th.
The village of Orllugton has boon
thrown into great excitement by the
discovery of the murder of Mr. Warren
George, who has been missing for some
time. His remains were found in the
cellar ot his dwelling. He hud been
living with a Mrs. Cleveland and her
son Howard A. Cleveland. The murder
was committed on the night of Nov. 17.
Mrs. Cleveland has been arrested. Mr
George was about GO years o d. Howard
A. Cleveland was arrested in Boston
last night, and delivered to the Marshal
of Bangor, who brought him to this
PnovmcNou, R. I.,rth.
Gen Grant arrived here this a. m.,
amid a severe snow storm, and was
gieeted with enthusiastic cheers.
Tho freight train which left Fitch
burg last night, parledashorttlmenfler
it had loft and it was not noticed for
same time. The locomotivcthen stopped
and the remainder of the train came
along at a furious rate (it being down
grade), and crushed into the standing
em's, which were tank cars filled with
oil, and live cars were made a perfect
The conductor, Joseph Hobbs, was
standing on the other track at the time,
and tho terriilc collision covered him
with rubbish and oil ami at the same
time broke his lantern igniting the sea
of oil in an instant. Witha terrible ex
plosion the tanks, blow up and the Are
was thrown in a flood for yards around.
Before help could be reached Mr. Hobbs
was burned almost beyond recognition.
The brcaknuwi wrapped him in their
coats, and extinguished the flames and
he lived about four hours. Mr. Hobbs
has a molhor and sister, In Somervillc.
Dennis Rcene, tho supposed murderer
of Cronan, in Charlestown yesterday,
called at the city Marshall's Office,
al)Liit2 o'clock yc3terday,and gave him
self up. lie denies the commission of
the crime, and by tho advice of his
Counsel,says nothing about the murder.
The circumstancinl evidence ugainst
him is very strong.
Cronan did not usally work in tho
roam with Roone, and when ordered to
do so yestculay, strongly objected, as a
quarrel had existed botweon them for
several weeks, and Renne quarrelling
with his sister, Coonan's wife some
time ugo struck her a heavy blow In tho
face. Mr. For bush, their employer, told
him there would be uo trouble and be
went to work. An Inquest was being
Good Dairy Farm
FOlt SALE IN JIOltUISTOWN, within ono
half milo of Morristown village
Farm contains about eighty-live acres of good
land, sixty acres cleared, and the voniaii.der
Four hundred Sugar or Maplo trcos, with Sap
Tubs and Sugar Utensils.
A young Apple Orchard of about 150 trees,
mostly in bearing.
House .10 x lu, in good repair, with good col
lar, liaru !I2 x 01, with cellar under the whole
and in good ropair. Uunning water at houso
ami barn, and pastures well watered.
Forty tons ot hay out from twenty acres will
be sold ttith tho farm if desired.
Seven Cows, 5 yearling heifers, 10 shoim. and
a span of good work horses will bo sold with tho
plane ir desired, and all farming tools.
All to be sold very cheap for cash.
w. ii. rowEiis,
Morristown, Aug. 15, 18G8.
JjOYS HATS. JJOYS CAPS.
Of all kinds., just received at
WM. N. SMITH, k 00.
BLACK Pants and Vests of all kinds just re
eeived at WM. N. SMITH. ACO'S.
pAl'EU COLLAItS and CUFFS of all Kinds
.L at Wm. N. SMITH, A GO'S
1J ANTS AND VESTS, tor Fall and Winter
. SO to WM. N. SMITH, & 00'ri,