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VEEMONT DAILY TRANSOEIPT, DEOEMBEH 15. 1868.
Corner of Mnln and Bnnk Street,
ST. ALBANS, VT.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A I.AROE ADDITION
to hla Stock of AMERICAN nnd SWISS
"WATOHiSS. Call early mul sec tlio now Llniii
"Watches, tlio prett v Swsss watches In goUl cases,
Ladles' sizes, at greatly reduced prices.
HAS just received a complete nsn-lment nt
now and beautiful SILVER WARE.
BEWARE of " PATENTS 1" and now names
for PLATED Sl'0'NS. FORKS, Ac, but
call and purchase- tlio TI11ED and APPROVED,
tho GENUINE tt0..flKUS' GOODS. Alwnjit
a full assortment of Extra and Ttipplo Plato on
hand. Your namo neatly engraven without ex
A N endless variety of Fino flold. Etruscan
J- Roman Jet. and Plated Sots. Rincs. Pins
buttons, Charms, Ac., Ac. Gold, Silver. Plated
and Steel Chains, both mutes and Ueuts .
From $2.00 to $23,000 each.
The best plncc to buy
A LARGE addition of the indestructiblo In
dia Rubber Handle Knives, at greatly re
duced prices. '
WOSTENHOLM'S. .T. Crookes, and Amcri
can Knives and Scissors. A largo as
sortment just opened.
' 1 OLD, Silver, Plated and Steel. Real Pobble
JT and Pebblo Glass Ironi 23 cents to SIO.OU.
rpiIE best gold Pens and cases mado in this
COMBS, COMBS, COMBS,
Cloth, Hair, Tooth and Nail.
Brittannia Tea Fots.
"1UT glass Goblets, Berry Dishes? Tumblers
A GREAT VARIETY OF
CONSTANTLY ARRIVING'. All of tho above
J articles -will bo sold verv Cheap for Cash
St. Albans, Nov. 25. lbGS.
J. VIENNOT fic CO.,"
133 Nassau Street. New York.
(ESTABLISHED IN 106J&.)
WE beg to call tho attention of advertisers to
our agency. Our facilities with all tho first
class daily papers in tho country aro second to
none, aud wo aro fully prepared to ofl'er terms
and conditions which cannot fail to givo supo
Wo also eond advertisements to all Cuban and
South American papers, with whom wo havo o
tensivo contracts. We are tho only houso doing
a spaniili Ativcrtisiiig miisiiii'ks.
Wo can. bv special permission, tcfor to
Mr, II. T. Helmbold, Druggist, 591 Broadway,
Messrs. S. R.Vanduzcr & Co., 108 GroonwichSt.
Messrs. Hail & Ruckol, 218 Greenwich Street
Messrs. U Bruco'a Sou & Co., Type-Founders,
Messrs. Plialon & Son, Now York.
" Phelan it Colleiider, New York.
" " Tarrant Hi Co., "
Chickering & Son, "
" ltadway ii Co., "
CLOTHING for Full aud Winter, just received
VAt Smith'! new Block, WM. N.BillTH.iCO'H
ST. ALBANS, VT.
H O M E I X S V U A N C IS C O.,
Now Haven, Conn.
Capital, fl,COO,000. Surplus, 10 9,0,0. i.
VATIO.VAIj INSURANCE CO.,
Capital, 1300,000. . Surplus, f 150.0C0.
INTERNATIONAL INSUUACE CO.,
Capital, $300,000 Surplus, 401,80. 02
GUARDIAN .MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
C O JI P A N Y ,
Assets, over ,..H,000,UCO.
JRTSX LIVE STOCIC INSURANCE CO.,
i i t t rvci?ric
dint vll? ly
AMERICAN GROS GRAIN
For sale at $2.30 a yard, by
Edward Harlow. Burlington,
mflE usual mico of these coods is $2.50 a yard
1 and after mv nresent supply is exhausted
1 do not expect to bo able to sod them at the
present low price; therefore those intending to
purclmso such a dress will no well to i.ecuro a
pattern at once. I also have a handsome stock
of Imported lilack Silks, among which aro somo
very heavy goods which I shall sell at very cheap
prices. My stock of SII AAVLS is very conn
consistinu' of Long and Square PAlSLE
SHAWLS, and a full 'nssoitinoiit of WOOLEN
SHAWLS of various styles and qualities at
piicea which on,;ht to satisfy every reasonable
CLOAKING ! CLOAKING
In full assortment. We call particular attfix-
ion to our Sen. Sxiin Cloaking us being very
warm, handsome ami tiurauie ior a low priceu
alticlo. Wo also havo somo extra quality
clc Moscow Heaver tli.tii, worth irom
SG.50 to $G.l)0 a yard.
UNDUE GARMENTS I
I have a lartfo and complcto assortment of
Merino, Cashmero and Saxony Wool UNDER
SHIRTS and DRAWERS, for Gentlemen, Ladies
and Children of all sizes, styles, and qualities,
and at very moderate prices.
in addition l nave my customary mil assort
ment Of llU'O Dl'th-i UOOtlK, Elimtls, lllUll-
kcf. Uiilmn al Skill Kurnit nr. Ciivji-
lug, (used for curtains) llouscliccpl ng Goods,
IN. IS. Have a 11 cent lirown cotton, selling
at 121 cents.
An inspection oi L'oods and Prices is respect
fully solicited. Caroful attention Riven to
15G Church Street.
Burlington, Dec. 1, 18CS. dlGO v243-tf
Autumn and Winter.
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS.
T HAVE now opened a now stock ot tho above
1 named noods. to uhicli 1 respectiuiiy invito
tlio notice of tlio Lad'es of St. Albans and vi
Real Black Thread and Malta Laces.
Heal Valenciennes and Cluny Laces.
Merino Undcrvcsts and Drawers, Extra Qual
"Gloves, Mittens, Scarfs, ic.
Dress, Sacks, .t Cloak-Fringes and Gimps.
Small Wares, Ac, &c.
Makinc a Speciality of this lino of Goods, '.
shall endeavor to keep on hand a (,'ood, liberal
issortinent, and shall not bo unders !(! by any
one. 1j. l IyUUI'J U.N
Store next to L. L. Dutcher & Sons. dwlH2tf
GRAND OPENING !
PALL GOODS !
H. 0. POST, & 00. 's
TUST RECEIVED frpm New York, a splendid
J ijino ot oi
New and Choico Dress Goods,
Empress Cloths Epiiigehno, French Serges
Silk aud Vt ool, Shot Poplins French Jleri
noes, with a great
Variety of Plain and Poplin Alpacas,
and Clients Poplins, alf at VERY
LOW PRICES. Wo have a full
Silk Fringes, Black and Colored
Velvet Ribbons, with Buttons and
Gimps to match. Our Stock of Prints
Bleached and Brown Cottons. Delaius. in
fact everything in tho Hue of Domestics, is full
a full lino of
Cassimercs, Tailor's Trim
mings. Gloves, Hosiery, Shawls,
Dutchess Kidds, and Breakfast Shawls
A Choico lino of Dry Groceries may always bo
found in stock.
, ncaso call and examino uoous and 1'ricos li o
foro purchasing elsewhere.
II. 0. POST, k Co.
Cor. Main and Fairfield Sts., St. Albans, Vt.
I have just received a largo lot of first and
second quality of Stono and China Ware, com
prisinir two Now and Elettant Patterns called
''Gen. Grant" Patterns. Also a largo stock of
Cutlery, Glass and Stono Ware, which I oiler for
sale cucap, neaso cau una sec oeioro purclins
. At tho old Farrar Block, ono door north of
Goorgo 11, Farrar e.
Y. G. SKINNER
St. Albans, Oct 21th. 18GG. lUO-tf
BOYS CLOTHING of all kinds just received
at WM, N. SMITH, & CO'S.
New Goods !
New Goods ! !
Entire now Slock of Dry floods now open and
ready for sale, At
STONE & FOSTER'S
Hero you will find a full lino or DRESS GOODS
Cheap for Cash.
Hero you will find a full Hue of Shawls,
Cheap fur Cash.
Hero vou will find a tood assortment of Cloak-
Iiil'h lu all colors,
uncap iur (.asii.
full lino o. Dulainsaud
Cheap for Cash.
Hero you will find a
Hero you vill find a full lino of White Good,
(..heap for Cash.
Here vou will find a good assortment of Clothes
and Coburgs, Ac,
encap ior tusu.
Hero vou will find a complete lino of Hosiery
for tlio Ladies,
Cheap for Cash.
Hero vou will find a laiKO assortment of La
dles and Gents Kid Gloves,
Cheap for Caah.
And hero will bo found Miss Morev to show
vou a largo assortment of Ladies' Goods, of
stvlos too numerous to mention. In lact. wo
havinc ndonted tho OAM 1 SYSTEM, believe wo
can oiler inducements to our custoi.iers that no
concern doing a credit business, will or can af
ford. To satisfy yourselves, call and examine
quality and prices.
,1. P. STONE,
128dwtf GEO. P FOSTER.
October 8. 1SGS.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST1
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
ITS ASSETS ARE NEARLY
NEARLY TWO MILLIONS,
AXU CONSTANTLY IXCItEAfd.NO.
iunual Dividends, AO Per Cent.
All its Policies aro Non-FoifcitiiiK 1 No re
striction on Travel, Location or Employment 1
uiviuenus upon tno iiiiiiToiiuums jiamun anus
Notes taken if desired for half of the Premium
for tlio first four years, and m case ot death,
they are paid by tlio Dividends and given
up and not deducted from the Policy,
The Full Amount of Insurance is Paid.
It has paid m losses to its Policy Holders over
s.'jtiw.uuw, anunas neverconiesieuacianu
during tho 17 years of its existenco. No
extra Premiums charged for insur
ing. Females, Railroad Employees or Seamen
A Policy in tho Pittusix is ptoperly called a
Whole World Policy. It permits tlio insured to
travel orjesido at will anywhere in tho United
States or Europe, at any season of tho year,
without extra charge.
NELSON H.ARMINGTON, Agent,
For Fiauklin, Grand Is!o and Lamoillo counties.
(J. Jj. jJAUtJUUA, state Agent,
d22iw22U-tf Rutland. Vt,
1868. iEja: 1868.
Ogdcnsburgh to the West.
Northern Transportation CotnjHtnt
The only Through Daily Lino between
Ogdensburgh and Chicago I J
And Intermediate Ports.
Only Six Days Through With
out unange 01 iioat.
This well known and roliablo Company, will,
during tho present Season, run their Lino o:
first claHs Upper Cabin Steamers daily, between
Ogdensburgh, Oswego, Cleveland, Toledo, De
troit, Chicago, Milwaukee, and Intermedial'.
ports, leaving Ogdensburgh on arrival of Ex
preas train from tho East.
PASSENGERS AND FAMILIES
Moving West, Jan enrfmrk with their luggago,
Teams. Stock .sc., and land together without
diaturbanco or transhipment, at their port ol
destination, thus avoiding the great inconvon
lenco of tho many chunges, delays and expeu
ses, iif other routes. Theso Stcamora have large
uabius and State ltoomu, amply and neatly lur
uislied, for first class Pusscngers and Families,
who nuiy wisli to furnish their own provisions
No cilbrts will bo spared nnuiutaiivtho reputa
turn or this, as tno
CHEAPEST AND BEST RO UTE!
A thorough rebuilding, refitting, repairing
and refurnished, witli boveral now boats added
to tho lino, makes this now tho most comforta
ble, pleasant and expeditious route to tho groat
West. Bo suro and seo tho Agents of this line
beforo you buy your tickets. Trusty men will
always moot passengers at the depot in Ogdens
burgh to take checks and re-cheek Baggage..
ask ior ucueiH via.
NOR TIIERN THANSPOR TAION
Tho only Daily American Lino leaving Ogdens
Wo. will make it tho interest of every traveller
to seo tho Agents of tho lino beforo purchasing
elsewhere. Through tickets over all tlio Wes
tern Railroad Lines cau bo obtained on aiiplica
tiou to GEO. W. SMITH, office, corner Ford and
Patterson Sts., opposite Johnson House, Ogilena
1 1. XT ' t.... 1 1 , 1 . . . I
uuiKu, ii. uuu iiumiira puuima oi uaggil
free to eacji passenger.
BAGGAGE CHECKED TJUiO UGH
To all points. For through
tickets and other
information, apply to
G. A, EDDY.
Ofilco Steaniors Landing, Ogdensburgh, N. Y
VV fl.... ...... 1 M'i. .!., A. II r
Smith, General Ticket Agmit. II, G
rasseiii'er Acent. 'IVI-M
IVILAGG'S Instatant Relief and Speer's Stanl
? dard Wine Bitters at
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24G-8 BRATTLEBORO, VT.
' KEROSENE OIL,
ALT, AC, AO
I AM in receipt of 200 to 300 brls. of FLOUR
per week, aud my facilities are such that 1
can supply mo irauu on as
' 111 8
as any other party or parties (as my flour pays
no tribute to middlo men. nor 20c, per barrel to
drummers), witli Superlino and Extra Flour,
mado from Milwaukco Club Wheat, by car-load
or single bauel,
WINTER WHEAT FLOURS,
from good to very choico, in full supply.
Corn for salo at all times. Casli paid for Wool
and Sheop Pelts.
3 I take thU opportunity to return my
most hearty thanks for tho very liberal patrou
ago I havo received since I commonced business,
and hopo for a continuance of the same.
J. J, BURGESS.
St. Albans, Oct.. 21, 18C8.
KKW PI KM!
NO. 2 BARNES' BOCK
LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT.
Would say to tho ncoplo of Franklin County,
uiai iney aro prepared to oiler them
Fresh from markot, at tho lowest cash price, 'at
vwioicsaie unu retail.
Young Hyson, Japan, Ool.mg and English Break
fast. Tho finest in tlio market. If vou want
mixed leas, huy puro Teas of BARNES .V
CROWLEY, pick raspberry leaves aiid mix to
suit your taste. You will find it ohoaper than to
hnyni.xoi; Teas of any New York Tea Company.
BARNES M CROWLEY KEEP THE BEST
Go to BARNES A CROWLEY'S for the nest
B. MOLASSES, STTGAZmOtTSE
I'. R., HAVANA,
It you would keep clean, bur youi
Of BAltNES A CROWLEY.
PEERLESS, O. K.,
To Tobacco Chewurs, Smokers, and Snuff-Takers
: Wo buy of tho manufacturers, and can
pleaso you both in ipuUtj and price.
Wo want Farmers and Dealers to" bear in mind
that wo keep the Piirn Boston ground
Tho onls salt suitablo for dairy purposes, which
ui buiu iiHiiiw us can uoi;iu in tuis niaruct.
For a good light and no danger of explosions,
Price as low
Of BARNES A CROWLEY,
Tho best brands constantly on hand. A sj,
Graham aud Buckwheat Flour, Rvo and Corn
Filially if you want anything in tho lino oi
good Kioteries, tlio place to buy them is at
BARNES k CROWLEY'S.
Cash paid for all kinds of Country Prdduco -Goods
sold at vwholosalo at tlio lowest possible
113 BARNES A CROWLEY. -
OEOIIUU W. 11AIINK8, I Qf ., Vf
i. J. cnowLEY.. I . St. Albans t.
KITTREDGE & FULLER,
(secenssons to KiTTiinnoc A wtsos,)
CTTOULD respectfully announco' to tho citi
T V ssens of Franklin County, that they have
mado extensive additions to' their stock, aud are
now prepared to wait on their fi lends, witli pri
ces that cannot fail to suit. Wo havo just ret
ceived a fine assortment of
Wall Paper and Border,
DINING, CENTER ami
t HAT TUKI5S,
SPUING llEDs, COFFINS, CASKETS,'
Ill fact, ovorvthing kept in Furnituro Waro
Rooms will bo found at our Store,
Opposite Chai'les Wyman's.
Taking this occasion to thank tho old patrons
of Kittredgo & Watson for past favors, wo hopo
by low prices and strict attention to our business
tc merit and receivo a enntiuuanco of rho sanio
and a share of tlio public patronage. Call and
oxuuiuo our goods and prices before purchasing
GEO. n. KITTREDGE,
AUSTIN W. FULLER.
13 ANTS' AND VESTS, for Fall and Winter
. go to WM. N. SMITH, A CO'S.
Wm iti-i I.V ll( N. II. filnlo I . r 0
Hie ery liv.t ITt-lmruiii.ti fur l.'r.lcriiiff I
mii.i i. ...... .u..i.-lt I., 1 1... i, ill, it., (a I. r
urny ,.r fttiK'il lliilr li It. uilfrtnnl color J
1 1, free Co V
not ' CvT i
Nil. iiiu iiiiv"! inline, nun NJs-
(. lmtr. tin- Siiilp I I 1 AN', '.VN.11-
. i. . . i r.J 3
BARRETT U CO ,
Sold by all Druaciists.
Tli" attention of tlio public is called to a great
discovery in Dentistry.
THE GREATEST ADVANCE STEP EVER
MADE IN THE ART.
The main difficulty in wearing artificial teeth is,
they do net hold in their place firmly enough,
out add to this tho annoyance of food getting
'VMler the plato whilo eating. 1 havo discover
.(I n method of so constructing tlio plato on
uhicli the teeth are set that they will not start
ir drop while eating or speaking, neither will
any particles of food get under tho plate."no
matter what tho condition of tlio mouth is,
vhich is out true of any method hithertouscd.
I have secured Letters Patent for the United
States, England and ! ranee.
Tho improvement is not in material, but in
the construction, whiclis eenres tho atmospheric
pressure on tho entire plate.
I havo sold tho exclusive of said improvement
to Dr. L. Oilman, to wit, tho Counties of Frank
lin. Washington. Chittenden. Lamoillo and
Grand Isle. Thoo wishing t.i avail themselves
of Mich improvement, will call on
Dr. j. GIL.IH AN,
ST. ALBANS Vf.umont.
November, 11, 1807. l!)l-tf
TOR CHlLDREhl TEETH lsC
The Great Quieting Rcmuly for Children.
ontains NO JtOlU'IIIXE Oil I'OIKON
OUS DRUG; sure to Regulate ihe liouels.
allays all Pain ; corrects Acidity of tin
Stomach ; makes sick and weak children
5tiiono and iu:ai.tiiy; cures AVlnd Colic.
Griping, Infhiinniation of tho Boweb, nnd
all complaints arising from the eflects ol
Teething. Cnll for Mother Bailey's Quieting
Syrup, and take no other, and you nro safe
Sold by Druggists mid nil dealers in Med-
A. RICHARDS, Now London, Com. ,
Agent for the United Slatoa
Now Musical Depot,
ST, ALBANS, - - - - VERMOjNT.
General Agency for tho
ST E I N WAY PIANOS,
New York; tho
G. A. MILLER PIANO,.
Boston, and tho
ESTEY COTTAGE ORGAN,
ESTEY A CO.'S
The Vox Humana, Tremolo Crowning
In addition to tlio PATENT HARMONIC AT
PATENT MANUAL SUB -BASE,
Estoy A Co. havo now further than over eclipsed
all rival makers of Reed Instruments, by tho
introduction of their
PATENT VOX HUMANA TREMOLO
This most wonderful and beautiful addition to
tho Cottage Organ is acknowledged by leading
musical characters in tho country to be tho nt
plus ultra of all improvements on roed instru--s
THE FIRST PREMIUM
Was awarded to this lnstrumont at tho Now
York State Fair and tlio Fair of tho New Engl 'in d
States, Vermont Stato Fair, Missouri Slate Fair,
and Iowa Stato Fair, over all other instruments,
inclml'iig Mason A Hamlin's Cabinet Organs,
Smith's American Orgam , and Taylor A Farley's.
It is very important that purchasers bear in
mind that'thb original and genuino Cottago Or
gan is made by jtho Houso of J. ESTEY A Co..
Tho chief points of superiority aro patented
by them, and of couiwo aro found on tho instru
ments of no other maker.
Tho undersigned has mado arrangements to
furnish Pianos from any of tho principal Now
Yurk and Boston makers, on tho most reasonable,
terms. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cakes.
Send for an illustrated circular. Address
H. A. LYON, St. AlbaiiB, Vt.
Music, small musical instruments, and musi
cal merchandise, at E. TI. HUNTINGTON'S
Jewelry Store Pianos, Organs, and Melodans,
at tlio subscribers residence on Fairflold Sticct.
222-tf II. A. LYON.
XT ANTED. An Agent to make a
Vt canvass ot Franklin County in
that old and roliablo Life Insurance Company,
The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford
to an activo. cnergotio
N. G. AXTELL,
Peru. Clinton Co..N.Y.
Gonoral Agent for NorthernNow York and Ver
I7ULL Suits in largo' variety -;
at WM. N. SMITH. A CO.'S
TRICOT COATS in Short Frocks, and Full
Frocks of all kinds and colors at
WM.N. SMITH, k CO'S.
I "rny r iritU'ii iiuir n uitfrtnni color
V) 1 hnn.ii.llmf tl I.e.. it II. rn,ll-Milii- II...
inon iml It.itnlniil. ntiil for I
, P' nt ..1. .