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VJRRMONTT DAILY TKANSCET.PT, ITTlCJCMBIiIR 18, 1S68.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALBANS, VT.
fiuday, Di:cr.Mn:n, 18! ISciS.
armvai. nx rAKsKMiKs TBAiwn.
from tlio South unit East, 5,18 a. 'bio
ot ... u 111 it m
Kioni House's Point ami Went, 7,2) ft. m.,
40 a. in.. 050 p. in.
From Monti cal, 11 45 a. in., b 15 p. lit.
DliPAllTt'lIK Or l'ASHKMII'.n TIIAINh.
For tin- South ami East, li2il, a. m., 120
Kor Route's l'oint ami ',
fi(ir a. tu.
For Montreal, fi 10 a. m., 6 55 p.
UAIliT' ARRIVAL or RTAtU AT ST. AUIA31.
From Hweftsbnrgh ami Franklin, 7 00 p. m.
From ltichford and Sheldon, 600 p. m.
From Sheldon, Hl(i(l a. in.
Fiom llakersticld, 11 tiO a. m.
DULY llKI'AllTUKK ' BTAOM FllOM HT. ALDAN.
For Franklin and Sweotsbnrgh, 7 30 a. m.
Kor Sheldon ami lticlifonl, 8 HO a. in.
Kor Sheldon, 2 00 p. in.
Fur llakorstli Id, 1 00 p. m.
Stages call at tlu several hotels in town. Stage
offices t the Treinont House.
Cl.OKlNO OV -1 11K MAILS.
Malls for Now York close at 5 Oil a. m. ami 7 00
Mails Tor Boston cIobp at 5 n. m. and 030 p.m. J
Mail for Alhanv ami the Wet clone at 610 a.m
Mails for Canada dose at 6 i 0 a.in.
Souther and Northern way mail close at o oil
i. m. 1
milE Y. M. C A. mt'ftH i-ver.v Momlay evening
X at their room over Win. N. Smith' Storo.
Main Strict. ..,.. . .,
Champlain Chapter No. 1. It. A. M. meet du
llard Wfdiii'hday cviniliR in ai'h month, at
theirrtiall in Union block, Main St loot.
Columhus Council No. 1, It. A S. M. meets tht
tecond Wednesday eveuiiiK in each inoutli, at
"Uieir hall in Union block.
Franklin Lodge No. 4, F. A A. M.. meetH tlie
firKt lV,.tlneday evening in each month at their
Wall 111 1'iiiim l&lnrk. Main Street.
Lm-leMhv Lodc No. 81 F. A A.M. moetn thu ;ntrect, and to ns, his death was sudden I
fourth Wo'dnoHday cvoniiiB in each month, at , c.C(i !
thrir hall in Union block. Main Street. J a" . " 1 , ,,, . , 1
Cryatal Fountain, Temple of Honor No.4metrt Hia funeral will take place Irom his I
tTery TueEday nveniiiR at their Hall in Utmoe i jn,e rct)j,;tllce yundny, at 1.30, p. 111. I
St. Albans LoiIro No 32, l. u. oi u. i. meciH
vcrv 1'Tidav evening ai ineir nun m j.j.w-n
lllnnl- 1 -llinVtl-l.l.t.
ItisiVsun LoiKc No. 8 I. O. ofO.T. meets
.vrv u(nri1nv I'veuim?. at St. AlbaiiH l!ay.
St.' John tliu'llaptint Benevolent Society (( a
nadian) meetH on tho find and third Weduefday
arenitiK of each month at their hall ov.-r L. 11 .
To Advert Ucra The Vr.nMoNT DAILY TllAs
uuipt hac thelargeHt circulation in St. Albann
and in Franklin County, of any daily paper, and
in on thafaccount, if no other, the beat medium
Oun Daily. Those wishing to secure j
copies of our daily paper can do so at j
Merriflcld's and Baker's bookstores, as j
well as of carriers, and at the ofllce. ,
Copies of our weekly paper may also be ,
had at these placos.
Masonic Sot Inn.
There will be a meeting of Franklin j
Lodge No. 4, F. and A. AL, on feun.'ay,
at 1 o'clock p.m., preparatory ta attend-1
ing the funoal of our late Bro. John AI. 1
J. 1'. Fisk, W. AL '
A. N. Percy, Sec.
Hohaci: GitEKiiKY passed through St.
Albans to da fiom Montreal, en rome
to New York.
The Weatiiuk. Alorc snow fell last
night which somewhat improves the
Bleighing. It was quite boisterous this
morning, and tho weather has been
growing cold all day. Indications are
that there is a cold night before us.
Consecuation of a New Chnkch.-j8chlium
On the 10th inet.. tho new Knly.entiul
church in the village of West Poultney j
was consecrated. Bishop Bisscll preach-;
ed m impressive sermon on theoceasion
from Exodus 111. 5 : "Put oil" thy shoes
from oirthy feet, for the place whereon
thy standest is holy ground." Thonc v
church is a neat rural-gothic building
ui nuuu, itiiu lusi iiuiilll t,uoi', IllUsl Ul
whl.h waa rah.ed in the parish. To
wards its cost $o00 were realized from
the will of the late Air. Ransom, of Cleve
land, Ohio, formerly of Poultney. Theio
nre two fine memorial windows. The
one on the right of and next to the.
chancel, is In me nory of the father of
the Rev. W. R. Jbhnibon, formoly of
Poultuey; the other, directly opposite,
is in memory of the late It. C. Alallory,
Tho solid silver communion service
was an Easter present from Aliss E. K.
Chester, formerly of Now York, and
now of Poultney. Two chairs for the
sanctuary", (one being the Bishop's and
ornamented by a mitre,) were given, in
bohalf of his family, by Mr. Goo. Platf,
of New York; as were also the credence,
and ama basins. Tho lamps were do
nated by Air. L. N. Shear, also of New
SoMETirNO new for Christmas, at II.
L. Samson & Co's. Toys of all kinds.
Large stock of confectionery wholesale
and retail. Splendid stock of mesr
schnuin pipes, remember.
Old Santa Claus and nice perfumes
at Greene and Nichols,
No. 1, Lake St.
Lamoille SritiNo Company. Tho
Lamoille Spring Company, at Wolcott,
have organized under their low chartor
and voted to build a hotel; more than
one hall of the stock was subscribed .or
cm.tho day of the o.g'iulzatlou.
Death of John AI. MEuuii-itL .
It is with torrow tl n wj hnve (on -
no nee the death of n M. Merrllleld
aged J8 yer-re, which ovtnt accurrc 1 at
h s residenCO'In St. Ah huh, at nb u 7
o'clock p.m. Jh-c. 17th l'OS. Air. Vcr
rilleld wan a natlvo of Windsor, Vo -
tnont ; ho came to St. Album In H."7
and opened a booK Hlore on isorin .Main
Street, In which business he continued
i . . . . ,...,., .. ...... M
as agent to me uuy oi ins uoaui.
though health had been quite feeble
lor the last three orfour j ears, heresul
ulelv remained in l.isbiiHlneHS, and per-
so.ially attended to It with the force and
energy f well man, to the hud. While
he was admonished ficm the nature of
his dibetae (eon umpton) that his dayt
were already nunibciedho was unyield
ing, and no doubt his yeans were length
ened by tils will.
In business matteis, i.o was a man of
.strict integrity; In private- life, genial
! and one of the most eonipanioniL le of
men. Possessed f line feelings and cu!
i tivated taste, lit was a lover of poetry,
1 and exhibited eciuideiable merit as a
r poetical writer. For many years he has
been a contributor of poetry, to the
press ; of late, to the "Banner of Liht."
A lew of his contributions have also i p
poared in the Thans.'UU'T. His lust
literary effort is bis "Christinas Carol, V
nti advertisement in Verse, which first
anpearcd in our columns on the 10th
Inst., and which may be read in our
columns at the present time, Being a
praeti.nl printer himself, we sent him
i copy for conect i n on t e forenoon of
the day of his death, which he returned
without altera. ion. It had been but a
few days since we met nim on the
anu win no contiucicu oy .1. i". amsk,
Esq. W. M., of Fianklin Lodge, No. 4,
i of w hich d ceased was a member. His
! remains will be buried with Masonic
honors, l'ark Davis , Esq., J. G. W. of
the Grand Lodge oi Vermont, ofllciat-
! ing at the grave. AVc un-lerstan I that
! the Brigade Band will take art in tho
exercises. Peace to the ashes of the de
parted. Something! new for Christmas, at II.
L. Samson & Co's. Toys of all kinds.
Large stock of confec'ionery wholesale
and retail. Splendid stock of meer
schaum pipes, remember.
Buslcet Perfumes, a nice present for
the Holidays, at Greene and Nichols,
No. 1, Lake St.
Funeral- or Engineer AL'laney.
The funeral of t c late Win, II. Alala
ney wa- attended lr in the Baptist
Church in Burlington on Thursday.
Appropriate services wcie held by Bev.
ALA.Nvilcox, after which the body,
e cortcd lyGietn Mountain Lodge I.
! O. O. F. was conveyed to. Lake View
, Cemetery, where the funeral ceremon
I icj of the'order vjra perf.j.'m jd by Xoblo
Giui d Geo D. Wright, and W. J.
Campbell. The 2Vicsfrom which we
! gather the foregoing, s.iys.
' The deceased has been a great sufferer
during his illness and if reports are true,
. has been sadly neglected by the Platts
burg and St. Albans Steam Ferry Co.,
1 in whose employ he sustained the in
juries which resulted in his death.
Something new for Christmas, at H.
L. Samson & Co's. Toys of all kinds.
Large stock of confectionery wholesale
and retail. Splendid stock of nicer
At the anuual communication of
Tucker Chapter, No. 15, of R. A. AL at
Alorrisville, Dec. 4, 1 G8, tfia following
omcers wore chosen n.r the year ensu-
Companion Emory Town AI E II V.
C S P.ige, K.
J J Saflbrd, S.
AI A. Cady, Treas.
H C Vilcox, Capt of Host.
James Roscnstock, P S.
11 AWaternnm R A C.
T F Barnes, G AI yd V.
J A George, G -AI nl V.
JT Parish. G Al 1st V.
The II. P. made th.e following appoint
ments for the y.ear.ensuing :
Compan.on J D Beeman, Chaplain.
A Parker, Stewards.
A P Holmes, Guard,
G W Doty, Marshal.
At a regular communication held
I Tuesday, Doc. 8th, of Seneca Lodge No.
40, of Alilton, the following offlc'rs wore
E F Holbrook, W AL
O W Bulloc . S V.
A B Minor. J V.
K Martin, Treasurer.
H O C ark, Sec'y.
N AI Nay, S D.
M Pierce, J D.
H . Smith, S S.
C F Hurlbert, J S.
J N Tildson, Alarshal.
JI L Hoxle, Tyler.
Our Hydepark cotcmporary says that
good, dry, hard, 20 Inch, stove wood Is
selling there for $2 per cord.
Homep. C. Ikish, admitted to tho bar
tit tho recent ses-don of the Lamoille
County Court, will go into business in
Johnson In Company with AI. O. Ileatl
. If you would increase your business.
Alit. Fiti Mil's Ku.vntAi . The It- 1'cbruury 8, IS 0. and for sixteen years'
n tuI ol the Into .leremlah French t ok I hie bn u resident of Boston, ml ro-
ice o l Vodnc-t lay fio i. his re-ddeticc presort the same ward in the common
n Adams street, Itev. L. (1. Ware of; council the prc-cnt year. Holms so v
t le Unit rlan Church, tondu.tng the cd on tho eoininllteoon ubhc lnnds, on
b rviee- rite remains were inc 1 ttiten
t . t ic ccn.ctcrv In nl sto i. followed
oy the me . liers of the Chittenden
("nimlv Hiii'. and friemU and e.tlzins.
and were interred In tbelatnily lot
lall-beurers were Judge Wales. Senuior
, . . ... '. .... it , . ..
u. t. inn, ur. .i. .u. iwuu
. T.ij lot and Lucius Bige
OiiLiUNS County. The County Court
for this county meets at lrastiurgh on
Tuesday of next week, JudeStcrle pre
The friends of Ilev. 12. C. Smalley, of
East Chatleston, made a second dona
tion or $10 in cash on the 0th Hint.
The ladies of West Derby, have formed
an association for the purpose of raising
funds to repair, carpet and cushion their
Last Wednesday a brako'nan on the
freight train, named Southard, while
coupling ears at .N orth Derby was caught
between the hunters and severely in
jured. The thirteenth session of the Orcans
County Good Templ irs' Un!:n was hi 1 1
lu-d Wednesday witlr ''Crystal Fount
Lodge," Brownington. The forenoo..
was taken up by reports of delegates fiom
the various lodges, which showed them
as a general thing to bo in a prosperous
condition. In the afternoon the miscel
laneous business was disposed of, after
wnich an address was delivered by Bov.
Daniel Goodhue, of Westf.eld. In
teresting remarks were nnd by Bov.
P. H. White, Bov. W. A. Bobinson,
and Mr. E. AL Lester ofXorwicn, N. V.
The evening session was well attended.
An address was delivered by Bev. A. A.
Smith, of Lowell, a poem read by Aliss
JTTrow, of Brownington, and interest
ing, and appropriate remarks made by
Air. E. AL Lester, O. H. Austin and Be .
David Sliurileir. Theexcrci es were in
terspersed with music by Crystal Fount
Lodge. The next meeting will be held
Something p w for Christmas, at II.
L. Samsop & Co's. Toys of all kind.'.
Large stock oi confectionery wholeso i
and retail. Splenu' 1 stock of mee:
seliaum pipes, lemciii1 er.
Beaii Estate Changes.--We clip
thy following from the Hydepark Ncuif
P. C. Clcavolandof this placo has sold
his larm, stock and farming tools to Air.
Ireland ot Johnson lor$o,U0J.
Air. Murray has refu cd 18,030 for the
Allen farm, which he bought a year ago
Mr. E. Hcbb, of Cambridge, has sold
the farm which has been for a few weeks,
advertised in our columns.
Geo. W. Dillingham has sold his farm
to AL C. F. ot of atervdle for $7,o0J,
Cie same bou ht two years ago for
Joseph Bradley has sold his farm to
G. W. Dillingham forSJ,3J .
E. U. Story, of Johnson, has sold his
fa. in to E B. Alerrhun lor $u00J.
Family Reunion. A few days ago
in Poultney, one brother, Air. William
Kinney, of Hydjv.llo, an 1 fo u sister-,
Airs. Sarah York, T.icodora Kinn y,
E ther Kinney and Susannah Spencer
Kinney, enjoyed a very happy reunion.
Their united ages amount to 29G years,
Airs. York, the eldest, being 80, and
Susannah S. Kinney, the youngest be
St mi 'J him; new f r Christmas, at H
L. Samsrn & Co's. Tovs of all kinds.
Largj s.ock of confectionery wLole
salc and retail. Sj lendid stock of meer
schaum pipes, remember.
-4 1 111 -
Y'ou will find at the Lake St. Druir
Store a full assortment of fancy goods
fjr the holidays.
AIontiieaii Items. Whitmore &
C. ark's Alinstrels have bsen performing
n Alontrcal to crowded houses.
Borneo II. Stephens, Esq., has gen er-
usly oflered a Cup, value fifty dollars,
to the Dominion Snow-Shoe Club, to be
run for by members of that club at their
uinual races this winter.
Judge Beaundry took his scat Tu sday
in the Circut Court.
The Alontrcal Operatic Society intend
giving, during, the. present win
tor, a series of concerts, the first of which
will take placo about tho middle of
The funeral of tho late Airs. Ilcney
wile of J. S. Honoy.Esq., Prothonot.iry
of tho Superior Court, took place Tucs
Air. Samuel G.Smith, of the firm ol
Smith & Cochrane die! on the 4th Inst
Ho was a native of Compton.
Vermont in Boston. The Boston
Journal gives the biographical sketches
of the Aldermen and members of tue
Common Council elected in that city on
Monday, and among them we find those
of three Vermonters, as follows:
Walter E. Hawes, of the firm of
Hawes & Heisey, machinists. South
icston, w as a member of the board oi
aldermen in ISO . He was a native of
East Bennington, Vt., where ho was
born in 1810. He is interested in the
growth cf tho city, and has been too
much occupied with hhj own afhurs to
accept any olllce prior to his election as
Sidney Squires, Republican, furniture
biulness, was boru.iu. U junlugton, Vt.,
common aim sminn h. e:c.
.lames .V. Keith, Democrat, lawyer, Is
re-elected Hu was born In Randolph,
Vt.. Anril 1 . 1811). and In 18)4 was ore-
TheisitKntof the common council of Box-
bury. Helms served d.irlug the past
year on the eo .lmittco on ordinances
and on public institutions. 11c was a
member of the Leglslatme from Boxbu
ry in 1S51.
Something new forChilsttnns. at H.
L. Sameon & Co's. Toys of all kinds.
Large stoik of confectionery whole
sale and retail. Splendid stock of meer
schaum pipes, remember.
A Beminiscence. A correspondent
of the Pittsburgh Jtepublican says.
Some now living may tetuember Atr.
Austin, of Colchester, Vt how In the
year 18,8-0 and 10, lie informed the
World he was gifted Inthcart ol healing
all manner of curable diseases. He re
quired each of his patients, at half a dol
lar a head, I v word of mouth or by let
ter, to desoiibe to him the trues mp
toms of his malady ; when, whether
present or miles away, he would be
licalo'. by a word. How the invalids
from a 1 quarters crowded into Colcties
ter! How the mails groaned under the
burden of letters descr ptive of human
maladies ! How the deaf were made to
hear; the blind to see ; dropsies and
consumptions, in their very last stage
were cured ; and how some of the pa
tients an hundred miles distant knew
the precise time their ctlers readied
th ir medical benefactor, because at
such an hour they began to amend
Wlicthcr Dr. Austin was blown p in
the explosion of some of his chemicals,
or died a natural death, history does not
relate, buthis imaginative patients l.ved
long enough to desert him.
"Barrett's Vegetable Hair Uestora
attve" Is a perfect and miraculous aiti
ele. Cures baldness. AI kes hair grow.
A better than any "oil" or "pomatum."
Softens har.di, dry and wiry ha r into
beautiful silken tresses. But above all,
tho great wonder Is the nipidity with
which it restores gray hair, to its origin
al color. Savannah (C7.) Itcpublicau.
Fultox AlAitKET. Just received, a
nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hams,
Bologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, To
matoes, Pears, Peaches, Water Alelons
and Alusk Alelons. dtf-'J4.
rpHE .STOOKHOLDKltS of the ST. ALU VMS
JL UAH LlUlir UJ. aro tiereliy notllleU to
moot at tho Office of tho Hon. W. O. Smith, in
St. Alban-, on the first Momlay in January next,
at ! o'clock a.m., for tho purpose of electing
181-10 EDWARD A. SMI I'll.
St. AlbatiB, Doc. 18. l8Gii. Treasurer.
INCIDENTS OF T HAVEL.
Wo have male arrangemcpts by which
Uarletou" will continue ins contributions to
tli Hosro.N Jouk.nai. during t. e year 1HU9. We
have on hand a dozen or more letters,, which
will c include his "lVun Anousn no: Would
On his homeward trip "Car eton" visited Salt
l.aue Olty ami mailea thorough investigation ot
MoiiMoNisM and its I .louirius, ami lie will give
the public :ionie aMouuding facts connected
with it. Those nauf rs, m view ot the conlliet
which seems inevitably soon to arise betwee
UriL'ham ouug aud lus deluded followers aud
the U litod States Government, will be not only
interesting, but of great importance.
From the abundant m tteri.i.s in his ''Note
books, " " Carlcon will give our reader, during
the year, many very interesting and instructive
inciilenta and sKctcnc winch have not In reto-
forc bo ui included in his letters. The club prices
of the JVjtjunal are as follows :
Ono copy, by mail J2 0)
Five copies, to one address 7 0J
Ten copies, " " 15 JO
And one copy tu the jvtter-up of a club often.
Now is the tim to get up clubs.
A 1 orders must bo accompanied hv the monev
and be addressed to
ciiAitLEs o. nooEns.
Journal OlUce, Boston.
Oome and See!!
Come and Try
TBS HOWE, AND THE WEED
New Fa in ily Seivlng Machines!
ReA Machines made.
Every machine warranted,
Office opposite Trcmont House.
J. 8. WEEKS, Agent,
Ladies' Fair and Festival.
rpHE Ladles of the Congregational Church
JL aud Society of St, AlLa.is will hoid u
Fair and Festival
in the basement rooms of tho Church, on
Monday Evening, December 21,
Atw'iich time a variety of articles, both useful
and fancy, and mieh as will make acceptable
uirt. fur t I'iatiuuu t.r IViw will Le
offered fur sale.
Ov-tors. cold meats. Coffee. Cake. Ice Cream
with tho usual ot coteras, will be served, and
all are cordially invited.
Do.irs open ut six o'clock. Special attention
given to families or parties wishing tu bo served
at that hour.
A m'sa.on, 15 cents,
tl JUTS nnd MtV lilts, ami Over Shirts oi
all kind-), just received at
wniN, syiu ii, & cu o,
CJACK COATS FOK SPUING, go to
D WA1. N. jftllT.
SMITH 4 CO'S.
Goldsmith & Seavey,
liKMMtAIi INSURANCE AUEiTO,
XOJiTXMAIXSt., ST. ALJJAXS, VI.
Life, i-.Vrc, Inland and Accidmtal
Insurance effected in Reliable
Losses equitably austcd and Promjt
St. Albans Dining Rooms,
LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS,
DOWNING A STEERE
TAltM MEALS or Lunchea served at 'all
T hour, in the beat style.
Fresh llrtllimorc Oysters.
Iteceivod daily and
supplied to tho Trade at
"I"" ICO, Qt'AltT Oil GALLON, Lake Stirt, St
IKt. 1 IBM. mu-wltn.
THIRD ANNUAL CONVENTION
Northern Vermont Musical Association,
WUX BE HELD AT
Academy Hall, St. Albans.
Continuing four days, Jan. 5, C, 7 t 8.
TWO GIIAXD CONCERTS
Geo. F. Hoot,
Kecno, N. II.
BEIN'Q about to leayo town, I wish to dispost
of my residence on Northlield St., which
win bo sold for a reasoneblu num.
For lurthor particulars enquire of mo.
Mj-d-lf. 13. h WILLIAMS.
access, aud very
Kouiuh or ollices.
College Itooms ; possession
1st. Three Itooms easy oj
pieasaut situation for Olul
WM. N. SMITH.
St. Albans, Aujr. 3, 1808.
I3ETWEEN Fulton Market.
St. AlbaiiH, ani
I J the Fair Ground, or on it,
a dark colore
uiorroeco wallet, containing $151, aud a receipt
from Severance A Co.. Doston, to E. O. Clallai
1'he llnder'will receive a reward f $3 l on return
ing the wallet to E. U. (JALLAIt.
St. Albans 1'Jth Sept., IH68. nllltf
CHRISTMAS IS COMING!
Do not delay, but call at once at
IUNT I NG T 0 K'S!
And solect your PRESENTS from the
largest; and best variety
ever offered in
R K E T! !
You will all find
Just the thing you want
If you call .Now,
irEngraving done la y,i$ best manner.
Farm for Sale.
rpilE imbsc iber offers for Bale his farm lying
1 in west lord, in the uouuty or umttem'i'ii,
containing two hundred and twentv-ftve acres
uu (hiiL's an new. Location on a eoou roan
one mile trom the village ; near vchool and
church, well fenced -running water to thu house
and barns an abunoanctt or Iruit. Two good
sugar orchards ; all tho Farming, Dairy and
Sugar tools. Also, with or without slock on the
farm. The abovnfarm will keep forty cows and
team through tho year. For further particulars
inquire oi the st'.nscritier on me premises.
JOSEPH 11. CHASE.
Wcstfnrd, June 22d 18G8 223wtf.
Good Dairy Farm
IOKHALEIN MOIlftlSTOWN, within one
haif mile of Morristown village.
Farm contains about eighty-five acres of good
i i ... .. ..i i ...... i. .1...
Four hundred Sugar or Maple trees, with Sai
'1'. .. ...1 T!t,...on 1
lauu. siiiy ucrca eiouieu, uihi uiv teuiuu uui
A young Apple Orchard of about 150 trees
mostly in bearing. ' '
House 30 x 40. in cood renalr. with irood eel
lar. bin n 02 x IU, with cellar under tlio whole
and in good repair, Ituuniug water at bouse
and barn, and pastures well watered.
Forty tons ot hay cut from twenty acre will
be sold with the farm if desired.
Seven Cows, 5 yearling heifers, 1C sheep, and
a span of good work horses will be sold with the
place ii uesireti, ami an tanning loots.
All to bo Mold very cheap for cash.
W. II. POWERS,
Morristown, Aug. 15, 18C3.
rnilicor COATS in Short Frocks, and full
JL c rucKi ui au kuius aim ci jors ai
WM.N. SMITH, & CO'S.
For the lYrmoiif 7VantTi;(.
Fcvcral Inacuraclcs have bceri made
In the published statement about the
negttiatioiiH for the right of way of the
IsthmttB of Dartcn Canal. The follow
ing facts will be found interest n:
The negotiat'oiiB have not been con
ducted here but at Bogota, between tho
U. S. Alinister a .id the Columbian gov
ernment. There have been two sets of
First, tht. company formed to dig the
Canal applied in proper form to tho Co
lumbian government, for a concession
of tho right of way.
Second, tho United States interested
Itself In behalf of this company and in
order to secure the estab'ishment of the
canal, to protect It, made negotiatlans
for a treaty similar to tho one recently
signed be. ween Nicaragua nnd tlio Uni
ted States. Notwithstanding the good
will manlfes.ed by the Columbian gov
ernment, tho negotiations have not,
from some unexplained cause, made as
much progress as our Secretary of State
desired, and this condition of rfiuirs
decided him to send Hon. Caleb Cush
mg to Bogota, with tho necessary pow
er to efiect an early settlement of tho
New York, Dec. 18th.
A despatch from Arkansas reports,
that colored militia companies arc be
ng ral cd and sent to the scene of the
listurbances. Two companies have
been sent on their way to cro.-s county,
where they will march up to Crowley's
Uidgo. They arc charged with per
petrating numerous outrages.
A London despatch of yesterday
states that Lord Clarendon has received
t visit from the consul of Greece In Lon
lon, to whom i-is lordship communi
cated the resolutions of the great pow
ers, not to allow a rupture between his
.jovetnmont and that ol Turkey, to take
place. The peace of Europe, he said,
was of greater 'mportance to all than
die tiiumph of Greek or Cretan in-
urrcctionists, whose cause would be
vther injured than benefited by an
irmed conllct with Tuikey.
Lottere from Buenos Aycrs to the 27th
jf October, and Rio Janeiro Nov! 27th,
state that an expedition to flank Lopez's
position at Vdleta, has fottn J troopiaiid
ortiiications to resist them. It is un-
erstood that Lopez would not surren
der his English prisoners. Gen. Curtis
denies that he was engaged in stirring
lp Insurrection against Lopez.
St. Louis, 17.
The national land associatio com
pleted a sale hoe to-day, of thirty thou
and acres of the Kansas Pacific Railr
oud Company's land to a company of
Sweeds, from Northern Illinois These
lands lie In one body on the Saline Riv
er, in Lincoln County, and will be oc-
upicd by 5 JO families.
Gold 1J4 3-4.
The American Cooking Stove
Again in Court !
United States Court, Dis't of N.Y., )
Albany, Oct. J7, 18G8. )
Jacob H. Shear a Jcs. Packard,
Zebulen Hunt & "NVm. J. Miller.
The Honorable Samuel Nelton,
rpiIIS SUIT was brought for infringing the
JL patents on a Shaking or Yib ating Ash
Miter, and the combination of a Sifting aud Ash
Pan in tho hearth of a Cooking Stove, an injunc
tion was grouted restraining their use. Messrs.
Hunt .t Miller have now arranged for a lipense,
and will hereafter manufacture and sell under
license from us. All other persons arocoution
ed against manufacturing, selling, or using
Stoves with these improvements, as all in
fringements will bo promptly prosecuted.
SIlEAIt, PACKARD & CO.,
Albany, N. Y.
For Sale by D. M. WA' KER,
NEW Supply of '!".
"hem caU, Paten;
. Mwdiciuis, .Vo.
just reccl od at
uii. a ,t Nl &)LS,
Nu. I, La..c Simt,
FOIt tho BEST MACHINES in tho WORLD
Inquire of .
BLAKE & WILSON,
Swanton, Vermont, Agents lor Franklm and
Grand inh. Counties, for the
WHEELER &' WILSON
Silent FaedjLock Stitch Scw.ng Machine.
TETAIL dealers in helf Ilardwurr, T
J bU-iwnl Pjrket Cutlery, Uln AVure,
iiui triy, T n Hurt, ouUen Wuu and
AVI11. w Wure, Funcy Good, St v,
Store IMfieit. untl Ilulluw AVure.
lion, Kte. I, NuIN, G'un, Putty, &e.
Teums; CASH, or ready pay.
GENT a SHAWLS JuBt received
at WM. N. SMJ.TJJ& CO.