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VERMONT DAILY TRA-ISTSORIPT, DEOEMBEE 7, 1S6S.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALMANS, VT.
Monday, Duoijm 111:11 7, 1808.
.UllllVAL or.VASsr.XOEH T11A1NH.
l'rotii tlio South and East, 5,18 a. in., 11,15 a.tu
"'lU'm'lioudv'l'olut and West, 7,20 a. m., 11,.
50 n. m.. 0 50 p. m.
FromMotitrcnl, 11 io a.m., C 45 p.m.
ntPAUTfiii: ok rAssu.Nor.it tiiains.
1,i tlit S iiltli and East. C.J', n. in.. 12 0
7 20 p. in,
For ll-msi'V Point and Went, 1105 n.m.
For Montreal, C 10 a. in., C .i p. m.
VXU.X AHIUVAI, OF BTAOCH AT HT. ALBANS.
Frum Sneitsburgh ami Franklin, 7 00 p. in.
From Richford nml Sheldon, 500 p. m.
From Sheldon, 111 00 a. m.
From Dakerstleld, 11 00 a. in.
DAILY DErAllTt'KE OF 8TAOE3 FHOJt NT. AI.11ASH.
For Franklin and Hwcctsburgh, 7 30 a. in.
For Sheldon and Uichford, 8 S10 a. m.
l'or Sheldon, 2 00 p. m.
For Bakcrsllcld, 1 00 p. m.
Htigcs call at tho Hovcral hotels in town. Stage
olllcos at tho Tremont Houbl'.
cmihino of mn MAILS.
Mails lor Now York closo at 5 00 a. m. and 7 00
p. in. , .
Mails for Boston close at 5 a. in. and 030 p.m.
Mails for Albany and tho West close at 5 00 a.m
ltnlta fnv f'niincfa eloso at 5 10 a. in.
Southern and Northern way mail closo at
riMlF Y. 51. C A. moots every Monday evening
X at their rooms over Win. N. Smith's Store,
Muln Street. . . .,
Champlaili Chapter No. 1, It. A. M. meets the
third Wodnemhiv evening in each month, at
their hall in Wheeler' 8 block, Main Street .
Columbus Council No. 1, It. A S. M. meets the
second Wednesday evening in each month, At
tlieir hall in Wheeler's Block.
Franklin Lodgo No. t, V. A A. M., meets the
lirst Wednesday evening in each month at then
hall in Union Block, Main Street.
Englosbv Lodge No. 81 F. A A.M. meets the
fourth Wednesday evening in each month, at
their hall in Union lilock. Main Street.
Crystal Fountain, Tcmplo of Honor No. 1 meets
even- Tuesday evening at their Hall in Banes
Block, Lake Street.
St. Albans Lodge No 32. 1. O. or O. T. moots
everv Friday evening at their Hall in Barnes
Rising Sun Loilgo No. 8 I. O. of G. T. meets
vcrv Saturday evening, at St. Albans Hay.
St. John the llaptist Benevolent Society (Ca
nadian) meets on tho ilrst and third Wednesday
evening of each month at their hall over L. H .
To Advert 1st tm. The Vr.mio.vr Daily Tkans
tmirr has the largest circulation in St. Albans
mid in Franklin County, of any daily paper, and
is on that account, if no other, the best medium
Oun Daily. Those wishing to secure
copies of our daily paper can do so at
Mcrrifield's and Baker's bookstores, as
well as of carriers, and at the office.
Copies of our weekly paper may also be
had at these places.
. t. it. . r.n.
A CORRECT ANSWER. All 1110 lUUUlo-
dist Sabbath School yesterday, a teach
er asked one of his pupils, a bright boy
who evidently knows a thing or two,
the following question :
" What was Enoch most noted for? "
Ansiver. " For running opposition to
If the young man will furnish us his
address he shall have tho Transcript
sent to him oneycarrcc of charge.
The Third annual Convention of
the Northern Vermont Musical Associa
tion, as will be seen on reference tjour
advertising columns, will bo held at St.
Albans, commencing January 0th and
continuing four days.
Academy Exhibition. Tho Exhibi
tion at the close of the Academy Schools,
to which wo have already referred, will
lake place at Academy Hall on the afte:-
noon and evening of Tuesday December
22d. In tho afternoon, the whole school
wil t'kepart in tho exercises, and in
the i venintr. only those will bo called
upon who are down upon the bills,
Tickets will be issued forbotn afternoon
and evening performancts at 2' cent
for the purpose of defraying tho cxpeiv
oq nml in mi.nhnsn n lilnno forn norma
nent school fixture. The undertaking
is a laudable one, and tho pinno will not
only be of great benefit to the school,
but will supply a long sought desidera
tum in the hall, for concerts, etc. Tho
expense of moving a piano Into the hall
up two flights of stairs is considerable
besides it Is attended with no little dan
gor of damage to tho instrument. Tho
instrument is needed there permanently
nnd the receipts for Its use, will in time
refund the money to tho District We
hope this enterprise will meet with the
cordial approbation of the people of the
village, and that this inducement will
bo an additional incentive to a liberal
patronage. A now song, set to the tunc
of " Champagne Charley," has been
composed for tho occasion which will bo
only asma.litcm in the attractions of
the evening. Tho whole afi'alr will be
one of exceeding Interest, as no pains
will bo spared by Mr. Taylor and th
school generally to make it so. Tho
nan: e of J. S. D. Taylor, alone is sufll
cient to Insure success. We aro in
formed by Mr. Farnsworth, one of the
Committee, that tickets will be distri
buted and sold by tho scholars of tho
School. May we bespeak for them, a
friendly ie;eption at the hands of the
parents, and the people of.tho village,
and much currency bo received in re
turn. S. B. Miller, of Dummerston, has
nine children and twenty-four grand
children, Thirty of them were present
at the homestead onThankegiviugday.
A FoltMKR VKUMONr (yLKHOYM AN
Auhkstf.d. Tlu lhirlliiKton Krco Press
bijs: We find the following item In the
Now York impels. Mr. lUughnui was
for many years tho pastor of tho Con
gregational church In Wllllston, In
Chtttcnde i county :
Luther G. Bingham, for a while ft
clergyman, but late a lioker on Wall
street, was charged before Justice Lcd
with, ntJollorscii Market police court,
with obtaining $0.!!00 in gold under false
pretenses. Bingham applied to Bobcrt
Baill for tho gold, which he purchased
for 1.35, giving In payment for the sa
me his own check for $11,500, another
check purporting to be signed by one
Amerman for $1,000 and a duo bill for
$00,02. On the or ccks being presented
they were pronounced worthiest", and
Bingham was arrested and held for examination.
Vi ruiont Life. Iiisi'iutiirc Company.
This corporation, chartered by the re
cent Legislature, and located at Bur
lington, will commence business on tho
1st of January next, tho capital stock of
the company having been subscribed
by several prominent and business men
of Burlington. The Times says the
company nave a guarantee capum i
$50,000, and will transact business on
what is called the mixed plan, thus com
bining the solid advantages of both the
" stock " and ' mutual " systems. The
direction of the ccmpany is composed of
the following persons :
Torrcy E. Wales,
Lemuel B. Piatt,
James A. Shcdd,
Russell F. Taft,
Rodney S. Wires,
Jo. D. Hatch,
Geo. F. Edmunds,
Orml A. Dodge,
F. C. Kennedy,
Customs Wind Mill Point. There
were cleared outward and Inward from
the Customs Office at Wind Mill Point,
during the month of October 293 vessels,
ior November, 1G5. Amount of duties
collected lor October $8,368,00, for Nov.
Geoqrapay and History of Ver
mont. The publisher, Hon. C. W.
Willard, of Montpelior, has our thanks
for a copy of the latest edition of ' 'Hall's
Geography and xlistory of Vermont".
The new edition has been revised by
Rev. Pliny H. White a member of the
old Board of Education, and is coming
into general use in tho schools of Ver
mont. Divorces. No less than seventy-two
divorces were granted in Rutland coun
ty during the five years ending with
18G0. tho largest uumbcr save one, of
any county in the State.
Col. Veazey's Address, Tho JMid
dlcburv licgister speaks in the highest
terms of Col. Veazey's address at tho
dedication of the Soldiers' Monument
at Cornwall on Tuesday last. T..e oc
casion was one of much interest.
Installation. Rev. Geo. L. Wal
ke ", son ot Kev. unai. walker, a lormcr
pattoroftbe Congioiationul church in
Brattleboro, was installed as pastor of
the first church at New Haven, Ct., on
Wednesday. Nov. 18th. His venerable
fa. her was present on the occasion and
gave "the charge" to his son. Young
Mr. Walker had been pastor of a church
at Portland, Me., for several years, but
his health being impaired he resigned
that position, and resting from arduous
labors for a time his health was suffi
ciently restored to enable him to resume
the duties of the pastoral office.
Paid Her Fine. Mrs. Catharine
Dillon of St. Albans, who was convicted
at tho last term of tho United States
Court,, t Windsor, of smuggling goods
from Canada, and fined tho sum of $1500
therefor, on Thursday last paid her fine
and costs in the case, amounting in all
to nearly $1700.
Destructive Firo. Wo learn that
one of tho warehouses of Gates & Kil
burn, of Philadelphia, furniture dealers
whose principal manufactory is in Bur
lington was wholly consumed by firo on
Thursday evening last, during an exten
sive conflagration in the city. Tho los3
Is estimated at $75,000, which we believe
is partly Insured.
Hon. Prospor Merril of Pclchvillo,
leaves this week for tho South where he
will remain drring the winter for his
Louis Uhlbach, in Paris, nets 80,000
francs a year by his pen.
Queen Isabella pays a rent of 70,000
franci for her residenco in 'Paris, and
400,000 francs is to bo spent in furnish
John Stuart Mill was dofeatod for
Parliament by William II. Smith, the
London news agent, who has mado a
fortune by selling newspapers, and ta
kes 30,000 copies of the London Times.
1 Stewai t Is to
open a store in Boston.
Victor llug'j'n eldest son la almost its
gray-liaired as ins illustrious mine..
The only child of Stonewall Jackson
gives promise of great Intelligence and
Forrest receives $500 a night for play
ing at tho Ojera House in Troy.
Miss Charlotte Cramoton is playing
Hamlet to largo audiences in Nashville.
Rev. Dr. Abram N. Llttlojohn has
accepted the ofilec of Bishop of Long-
Island, He is nearly 44 years of age,
and has been In orders more than 20
One of tho ''residential electors chosen
In South Carolina to fill a vacancy was
William Cook, a coloted man.
M'llo Lambelle has married the man
ager of the French Theatre at New Or
Renne's Pain-Killing Manic Oil is
sold by most of our Drugglste and Mert
chants, and has become a standard article
In market. This position it lias won by
its great merit. It cures pain, and the
people like It and will have It one man
says his wife would not bo without it If
tho bottles cost $100. d&w.
Fulton Market. Just received,' a
nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hams,
Bologna Sausage, Swoet Potatoes, To
matoes, Pears, Peaches, Water Melons
and Musk Melons. dtf-91.
One of the few things that tho North
and Sonth will probably over fully agree
upon ia that "Barrctt'B Vegetable Hair
Restorative" is not only tho best preven
tive to tho hair falling out, butalso tho
finest dressing ever before the public.
It richly deserves the "Silver Modal''
awarded by the New Hampshire State
Fair. Dubuque Times. d&w.
Friday Evening, Dec. 1 1 .
WHITMORE & CLARKE'S
FIFTEEN STAR PERFORMERS!
miUo well-Unown Company lias nuen iv-or-
I gauized and enlarged for tho se hsou of
IbtiS-tii). iindttr tho iinmediatu suiiorvisiou of
the great comedians,
GEO. 31. CLAltK and HANK WHITE.
Ite-eiigaeeniont of the wonderful Gymnast
3Iessrs. WILLIA3I3 and 3IANKIN.
The best Quartette in tho profession, under the
direction of IS. LlCUliN, liallauist, late of ltos-
fcinr lSnglisli opera Troupe. Cliariiu jleOAW
L.U.1, tnu crcat souk aim uanco Mau. 111 wineii
ho lias 110 cental. 1'UlL and clhtient OiYhe-tr.
leu uy r. v. ruuiii, the grout American Viu-
Whilmorc X- Clark's Brass Hand,
WILLIE HENHI HEN'TZ, Leader, will make
nripccssion throuuh tho niinciiial stroets 011 the
arrival of tho train. Uuicony Serenade onu-ha.f
hour previous to opening tho doort",
Admission 33 cents D001 s open at 7 o'clock
commence 7 o'clock; cuildicn under 12 yearn
of age, 20 cents.
Clark it Hardy, Proprietors; E. P. Hardy
DiiBiuess Malinger: Jus. F. Stiles, Advance
Agent; O. S. Holden, Assistant. 174
THIRD ANNUAL CONVENTION
Northern Vermont Musical Association
Willi UK HELD AT
Academy Hall, St. Albans.
Continuing rouit days, Jan. 0, 7, 8 & 0
TWO Git AND COXCMiTS
Geo. F. lioot,
C. 31. Wyman,
Kcene, N, H.
AFTER GRANT, WHAT ?
A NEW mill 11ETTER M .iyln the One Uol
lu Suit' TruiU".
Xo Tickets to buy.
Get any article you want.
Agonts paid better, with half tho trouble, de
lay anu expense man uy tno 01a system.
Our Circular will explain tho NEW 3IETHOD,
bouu anu get one, to
j, e. Austin A- nno.
48 Hanovor Street,
213-4 Boston, 3Iass.
Tho largest Stock of Clothiug, Hats and Caps
and Furnishing Goods over oll'ered for sale in
Vermont, is now openud at
WM. N. SMITH, t CO'S,
rUi TO WM. N. SMITH CO'S for your
OT Blaok Sack Coats.
CI HlKTS and DRAWERS, and Over Shirts of
kjau Kinas, just received
Wm. N. SMITH, CO'S.
It is reported that A.
XE if A 1) VEliTtSEMEXTS.
AMERICAN GROS GRAIN
For sale at $2.80 ct yard, by
Edward Utirlow. Burlington, Vt.
riVlE usual prico of these goodshi 2.30 u yaid.
JL and artur my present biipply is exhausted
1 do not expect to bo ablo to noil them at the
presont low price; thereforo those intending to
purchaso such a drcHS will no well to i ecuro a
pattern at nnco. I nlno have a haiidBumo tdock
of Inmorted ill nek Kilks. 111110111? which arc hoi mi
vcrv heavy poods which I ulintl noil at very cheap
liriees. Jly stock of SHAWLS is very comj lete, ,
coiiBiBtitn; of Lour and Square PAIsLUI I
SHAWLS, and a full iiBsottlilent of WOOLKN
SHAWLS of variouB styles and qualities at
prices which ought to satisfy every reasonable
CLOAKING 1 CLOAKING ! 1
In full assortment. Wc call particular atten
tion to our Seal Slit" Cloaking as being very
warm, liamlsonio and durable for a low priced
article. Wo also havo some extra quality
Itluck Moscow llriiver Cl-tli, worth f 10111
90.50 to JG.UU a yard.
UNDER GARMENTS I
I have a large and completo assortment of
SIcrino, Cashmero and Saxony Wool UNDKU
sIIMTS and DKAWEUS, for Gentlemen, Ladiex
and Children of all sizcB, styles, and qualiticH,
and at very moderate prices.
In addition I'liavo mv customary full assort
ment or nice ui'i's uoou, -iuiiei, umii
kclu, Ultimo ul Skirt Furnltiir. C'iivoi-
ligH(used for curtains) HoinckrcnliiK timid,
Ooiut'St ca, Vc,, itc.
iN. u. llavo n 14 cent llrown uotton, selling
1 12V cents.
An inspection of goods and Prices is respect
fully solicited. Careful attention given to
13ft Church Street,
llurlington, Dec. 1, 18G8. dl US) v215-tf
IOU tho I1E3T 5IACIIINK: in the WOULD
; Inquire of
BLAKE & WILSON,
Swanton, Vermont, Agents for Franklin and
Grand Islti Counties, lor tho
WHEELER & WILSON
Silent Feed , Lock Stitch Scwitig Machine.
ETAIL dealers in Shelf Hiiiilwuie, Tu-
lihianil Pockft Cutler', Uiim Wui-r,
11 Ware, WihkIiii Ware unit llluw
"Wave, Funey Ciotxlx, St vtH, Stove Pljim,
mill Hollow Willi'.
Iroji, SI11 1, Null, Glnix, Putty, &r.
Tr.ltMs; OASH, or readv pa v.
1ALL and see the best Stock of Clothing,
(J Hats and Caps and Furnisliiiiu Goods 111 the
State, at WAI N. B1IITH, f: CO.
-1 O to WIL N. SMITH
A CO'S for Uusines
Of Suits of all kiuds.
ALL tho now styles of Furs and Scarfs no'i
opened at WJI. N. SMITH, & CO'S.
1 ENT'S SHAWLS Just received
OT at WM. N. SMITH, .V CO.
BOYS Over Coats of all kinds at
WM. N. SMITH, .t CO'S.
PANTS and Vests of all kinds just arrived
at WM. N. SMITH & CO'S.
ANEW Supply of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent,
lledicinis, iltcjust received at
UHKli.N .t NICHOLS,
No. I, LaA'o Street,
1 O to WM. N.SMITH, CO's for good Olotu-
C1ACK COATS FOK SPItlNG, go to
O WM. N. SMITH k CO'S.
VOUTH'S CLOTHING or all kinds cheap
JL at WM. N. SMITH, CO'S.
ODOHATOH. tho neatest
Xjl article ever
invented for Perfuming BicA;
GltKKN k MCHOL& .
No. 1, Late Street.
OVKUCOATS of all kinds, and cheap
at WM. N. SMITH k CO'S.
"OLAID WOOL tjHIHTS
ir. j.xme variety of
styles, nowopeninf at
WM. N. SMITH k CO'S.
T7"ANTED An Agent to maKe a
TV canvass of Franklin County 111
that old and reliable Life Insurance Company,
The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford
an active, energetic
Peru. Clinton Co..N. Y.
General Agent for NorthernNew York and Ver
I havo just rcccired a largo lot of first and
socond quality of Stono and China W aro, com
nrisini; two New and Elecant Patterns called
''Gen. Grant" Patterns. Also a largo stock of
Cutlery, Glass and Stone Ware, which I offer for
"ale cheap. Pleaso call and see before purchas
At the old Farrar Block, ons door north of
Goorgo H. Farrar's.
P. G. SKINNER
St. Albwis. Oct 24th. 180G. 13fi-tf
CHRISTMAS IS COMING!
Do not delay, but call at once at
And select your PRESENTS from the
largest and best varioty
ever o fie red In
You will all find
Just tho thing you want
If you call Now.
S"Engraving done in the best manner. "C
.S T. A 1. 11 A XS, VT.
II O M E I X S II II A X C K
Sow Haven, Conn.
Surplus, 10 U.07U. 4.
VATIONAL INMUHANCK CO.,
Capital, 300,000. Surplus, 4B0,WH).
IXTKIIXATIOXAL IK8URACB CO.,
Capital, fUOU.OOO. Surplus, f401,HU5 1)2
CI AUDI A. V JiUTUAL LIKE INSURANCE
C O M I A X Y ,
Assettt, over $1,1100,000.
1STX.V LIVE STOCIC INSURANCE CO.,
Hurt ford, Conn.
dlM 24? ly
I All in lecoipt of 200 to 300brl. of FLOUlt
per week, and my facilities are such that I
can supply the trade on as
Good T e r 111 h
as uny other party or parties (us my flour pays
110 tribute to middle men, uor'Aic, per barrel to
drummers), with Superfine and Extra Flour.
niudo from .Milwaukee Club Wheat, by car-load
or single niirrni.
WlNTElt WHEAT FLOUJIS,
from good to very choice, in full supply.
Corn lor sale at all times, dish liuid fur Wool
nun Diieep .reus.
r03" I tako this opportunity to return mv
most hearty thanks for thy very liberal patron
age I havo received since I commenced business,
and hope for a continuance of the same.
.1. J, HU11GES.S.
St. Albans, Oct. 21, 18CS.
The American Cooking Stove
Again in Court !
Jnited States Court, lhs't of N.Y., )
Aluany, Oct. 17, 1808. )
Jacob H. Shear & Jos. Packard,
Ziinui.nN Hunt & Wm. J. Miller.
. The Honorable Samuel Xelson,
1AHIS SUIT was brought for infringing the
. patents on a Shaking or Vibiating Ash
Sifter, and the combination of a Siftinc and Ash
Pan 111 tho heart li of a Cookiiur Stove, an iniunc
tion whs granted restraining their use. Messrs
Hunt A .niller have now arranccu for a license
and will hereafter manufacture and sell under a
license from us. Alt other persons arocoutiou
ed against manufacturing, Belling, or using
stoves witn tneso improvements, as all 111
fringemcnts will bo promptly prosecuted.
SHEAR, PACKARD k CO.,
Albany, N. Y.
For Sale by D.M.WALKER,
ST, ALB A. AS,
KEG, QUART OR GALLON, Lake Street, St
out. I IHG8. I23diwlm.
Goldsmith & Seavey,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS.
NORTIIMAINSt.x ST. ALBANS, Vt.
Life, Fire, Inland and Accidental
Insurance effected in Iteliable
Losses equitably adjusted and Prompt
St. Albans Dining Rooms,
LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS,
DOWNING fc STEERE
"TTJ Altai MEALS or Lunchos served at 'all
TT hours, in tho best style.
Received daily and supplied
to the Trade
BEING about to leave town, I wish to dispone
of my residenoo on Northlield St., which
will bo Hold for a reasonable sum.
For turther particulars enquire of me.
145-d-tf. 11. F. WILLIAMS.
COMMERCIAL College Rooms; poagpbaion
given Sept., Int. Thrco Room oasy oi
access, and very pleasant situation for Club
Rooms or oniccs,
. .. WM. N. SMITH.
st, Albany, Aug. s, 1BU8. UTOtt
TDETWEEN Fulton Market,
St. Albans, and
XJ itio r air urouua, or on it,
morrocco wallet, containing $151, aud a receipt
from Severanco k Co.. Doston. to E. O. Onllfir.
The finder will receive a reward ottHO on return
ing the wallet to E. 0. G ALLAH.
St. Albaus Nth Sept.. I8CS. ullltf
SHORT FROCKS of all kinds, just received
at WM. N. HM1TI1, ACQ'S.
For the I'trmoMf 7ViiwWi.
Later from Cuba.
New York, 7th.
A. despatch from Havana, dated 3rd,
via Key West, 0th, states that udviccs
from Santiago, Nov. 27th, have been re
ceived. Tho insurgents had surrounded
the city and are preparing to attack that
They had destroyed the telegraph and
railroad, and cut oil" the water supply
from the town.
There was a dcartli of provisions in
Santiago, and much distress.
The insurgents had retaken Villa Del
Cobrc, whose inhab'tants had all gone
to Santiago for refuge,
The corps of volunteers taiscd by Villa
Del Cobrc for the Government remained
unpaid, ami were destitute as well as dib
armed. Biddekord, Me, 7th.
The pedestrian Weston is stopping ut
the Biddclord House, having been there
since Friday at 7 p.m. The alleged'
cause of the delay is the lameness of his
The steamship llnmmonia has ar
rived. Sr. Louis, Mo., 0th.
A special despatch from Kansas Csty
says : Large quantities of counterfeit
greenbacks have been discovered afloat
in tho soutli west counties of this State.
Suspicion pointed to PerryRandolph.an
old farmer living near White Pigeon,
Mich., oh being the principal vender of
A U. S. detective assumed the name
of Johnson, of Texas, and wrote to Ran
dolph for $10,000, agredng to pay $2,000
therefor. Randolph replied that he
would bring the amount to Kansas
He arrived on Wednescay, was ar
rested, confessed his guilt, and was co n
mitted to jail.
New York, 7th.
James Roberts, a reporter, died Satur
day from a beating received from a po
liceman a short timo since.
Vaudcrbllt denies that he received a
million bonds for taking three and a
half millions of stock of the Erie R. R.
It is raining bard ; wind north cast.
Good Dairy Farm
lIUll SAlilS 1JN iUURHISTUWN, Within one-
J? half milo of Morristown village.
Farm contains about eighty-live acres of good
land, sixty acres cleared, and the remainder
Four hundred Kuear or Manle trues, with Sau
Tubs and Sugar Utensils.
A young Apple Orchard or about 150 trees,
mostly in bearing.
House 80 x 40, m good repair, with good cel
lar. Barn 32 x G4, with cellar under tho whole
and in good repair. Running water at house
and barn, and pastures well watered.
Forty tons of hay cut from twenty acres will
be sold with the farm if desired.
Seven Cows, S yearling heifers, 1G sheep, and
a span of good work horses will be sold with the
place if desired, aud all farming tools.
All to be sold very cheap for cash.
W. H. POWERS,
Morristown, Aug. 15, 18G8.
Farm for Sale.
THE subsc.ibor offers for sale hiH faim lying
in Westford, in tho County of Chittenden,
containing two hundred and twonty-tlvo acres.
RuildingH all new. Location on a good road
ono milo from tho village ; near school and
church, woll fenced runuuig water to the house
and barns an abundance of fruit. Two good
sugar orchards ; all tho Farming, Dairy and
Sugar tools. Also, with or without stock on the
farm. The above farm will keep forty cows and
team through tho year. For further particulars
inquire of tho subscriber on tho premises.
JOSEPH B. CHAHE.
Westford, Juno 22d 1808 223wtf.
If arm tor Sale
SITUATED in tho cast part of Sheldon, on a
branch of tho Missisquol Rivor. well known
as tho Joel Whitney farm, containing 30G acres,
from 50 to 75 aores Interval land. Tho farm is
capable of keeping 50 cows, 50 ahoop, a team ke.
Wood and timber land onough for the farm. A
Good Sugar orchard of 1000 trees, sugar tools
kv, Two good dwelling houses situated oppo
site, one briok and one wood. A dairy-house
and apparatus for tho manufacture of butter
and cheese. Good running water at both hous
es, dairy-house and bam. This farm Is about
5 or G miles from tho celebrated Springs. For
further particulars enquire of the owner on tho
premises WILLIAM BLISS.
East Sheldon, Aug. 18, 18118. 230wtf
CI O TO WM. N. SMITH k CO'S for your Fall
and Winter Clothing.
Of all kinds, just received at
WM. N. SMITH, A OO.
TLACK Pants and Vests of all kinds just
JJcoived at WM. N. SMITH. ACO'S,
PAPER COLLARS and CUFFS of all Kirds
at Wm. N. SMITH, A CO'S
VESTS, for Fall and Winter
WM. N. SMITH. A CO'S.
SHIRTS and Drawers of all kinds now opening
at WM, N. 8MITH, A CO'S.
(ILOVES, GLOYF.S, of all kinds, of all kinds,
I t WM. N. SMITH, A CO'S.