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VERMONT DAILY T."R A.3STS CJR T P T, DECEMBER 19, 1863.
Vermont Daily Transcript.
ST. ALBANS, VT.
HATtMtDAY, DnCKMUHU, ll, 1SC8.
klllVM Of lMSNr.Mll'.U THAIS.
From the South and East, 5,18 n. m., 11.15 o.in
.3i li. in., 8,10 p. in.
From House's l'oitit ami West, 7,20 a. in., 11,
fiO a.m.. 0 no p. in.
Vrom Montr 1 1 In ft. in., fi 1" 1.
DKl-AIlTUllC OF rAKSI'.NOr.R tiuins.
For the South nml Eapt, 0 29, &. ni., 12(1 m.,
I-Vrltousc's Point and Went, t! 0.1 a.m. 2 15
For Montreal, (1 10 a. in., p. n.
1U1LT AWUVAI, or HTAtlKS AT HT. A1.1MM.
From Beftsburgli ami FrmiUliu, 7(10 p. in.
Fiom ltichrord ami Shuldoii. fiHO p. in.
Fruin Sheldon, 10 I'd a. m.
From Hkor.neld, 11 HO n. in.
DAILY DEVAUTOnr. OF HTAOER TUOJI ST. AI.11AX.
For Franklin and Swcetsburgh, 7 30 a. in.
For Sheldon and lticlifnrd. 8 110 a. in.
For .Sheldon, 2 00 p. Hi.
ForHaliershil 1, 1 00 p. m.
Stages call at thu seveml hotels in town. Mge
ouiccs at the Trcnmiit House.
ci)HiK(i or nu MAILS.
Matin lor New Yoik cloi at 5 00 a. m. and 7 00
Mails for Hoston close at 5 a. ni. and GSO p.m.
Mails for Albany and thu Went close at 5 OOa.m
Mailt for Canada close at 5 10 a.m.
South! and Northern way mail close at 5 00
milK Y. M. C A. meets every Monday owning
JL at their looms over Win. N. Smith's Store,
Champhiin Chapter No. 1, It. A. M. meets the
third Wednesday evening ill each mouth, at
their hall in I nmti block, Main Street.
Columbus Council No. 1, 11. A S. M. meet the
fecoiid Wednesday owning in each mouth, . it
their hall m I hion lllock.
Franklin Lodge No. 1, F. A A. L, meets the
rlrt Wednisdiv evening in each month at their
hall in I nion lllock. Main Street.
Engl.-sbv Lodge No. 81 F. A A.M. mo ts thc
fourth Wednesday evening in each month, at
their hall in Union ltlock. Main Street.
Crystal Fountain, Temple of Honor No. 1 mr-en
svorv Tucmlav evening at their Hull in IWrm-s
lllock. Lake Street.
St. Albans Lodge No 32, 1. O. of (!. 1'. moots
sverv Fridav evening at their Hall in li.irncs
Mods, Lake 'Street.
ltiaing Sun Lo Ige No. 8 1. O. of CI. T. meets
vcrv Saturday evening, at St. Albans Uuy.
St. John the'ltaptist Uonovolent Society (Ca
nadian) meets on thu first and third Wednesday
wTcning of each month at their hall over E. II.
To Al vi i I lei. -The YkuMont 'I'll M-
ciui'T hah the largest circulation in St. Alban
and in Franklin County, of any daily pap"i and
ii on that account, if no other, the best medium
Ouit Daily. Those wishing to secure
copies of our daily paper can do so at
Mcrriflfld's mm linkers bookstores, as i the time of her death, but iron . ppe.ir
well as of carriers, and at the office, janees it would sc. 'in she was take.i with
Copies of our weekly paper may a No be ' an ill turn, ami in attempting t) get
hud nt these placos. upon the bed, fell upon the floor wheie
- ' she was found dead, but he.-body was
There will be a meeting of Franklin
Lodge No. 4, F. and A. M., on t-.un 'ay,
at 1 o'clock p.m., preparatory in attend
ing the funeinl of our late lire. John M.
J. P. Fisk, W. M.
A. N. Percy, Sec.
Thu season of 11 res is again upon us
and nil should look well to their stoves, I
pipis ashes, &e. Too much care cannot '
On Monday evening, the ladies of the
Congregational Society of St. Albans, it
will Le borne in mind by the readers ol
thoTi.ANSCUirT, hold a fair and festival
which it is safe to presume will to large
Tank No rici:. We have always hr.d
a favorable opinion of the Vermont Na
tional Tank of St. Albans. Judge then
of our surprise to read in the columns ol
our cncrable cctemporary, the St. Al
bans Messcnyc, last evening, that thc
stockholders of this institution will hold
their annual meeting for the choice til
Directors for the ensuing year, on the
third Sunday of January next. A
bank that has a Bishop should bear
in mind, "six days shalt thou labor,"
&c. Tt is barely possible that our cotem
1 orary has committed a typographical
Ladies' Fair at Swaxton. The
fair and festival of the ladies of the
Holy Trinity at Swanton last evening
was, we leiirn, a decided success. About
twenty-live ladies and gentlemen of St.
Albans were driven to Swanton in thc
" Gen. Grant" by Mr. E. D. Fuller, ami
participated in the festivities of the
evening, of which they speak in high
terms of praise. An excollent supper
was served at Jennison's Hotel, which
was caien wun a near: v reusn bv tiioso
New Sciicol House. The now
school house building at Lyndonvillo is
nearly completed at a cost of $ol)00 It
will bo arranged for two or three depart
ments, and will ho one of the bett
structures of the kind in the County. 1 .
will bo ready for use about the fiist of
Sometii'no new for Christmas, at H.
L. Samson & Co's. Toys of nil kinds.
Large stock of confectionery wholesale
and retail. Splendid stock of mor
ichaum pipes, remember.
Old Santa Claus .nd nice ncHfumcs
at Graeuo nnd Nichols,
No. 1, Lake St.
Aci'nss the Jj At.
'iM,rtT.n.iin.,.f im it.miUt. ,r!otv f
- -. . . .1'
WCit l'littlfiU.irgn, viu noiu a lesuvai j
ntTnvlor's list . MOMtinjl t ;iir!ft-.
lt.iftis Lincoln has r:eeived (he jtp-1
nclntinenloi' Po-tnwstor at iNowcomli, 1.
in Hsscx County.
Recently, Mr. Samuel K. Smith at
work in the litis tatory, Kcwevllle
HotiK'how, got his arm can lit in the
yhal tlny, ami it was terribly twlstcland
mangle I. His p-jdtiou is mu,vh t
orltieal. M r. tfmlth Is one of their mo-it
tlttift ami rp-qicetalile eltlzen.s. Mid hif
misfortune has aroused tt ietp fcelliifiof
sympathy in the entire eotnnnt.tity.
A convention of .)ioil Templars for
the county of Clinton will :ie held in
the village of Champ'.ain, commenelng
on Tuesday evening, Dec. 20 amllocon
litiueduri '.j the next day.
On the 1th Inst., near lllajk lttin, in
Klizalie'.itown, a man by the name ol
Powers, engaged In drawing logs, tipped
over with hi Ij.i 1, an I -ladaleg so b.ul
iy crushed that amputatloti bec.tm.' ik
co. pary. The operation was ucicssfully
perl'orme.l by J)r. McU.egor,')f We.st
jnri. Great preparations tire being made for
the Masonic festival at Pittsburgh on
the i'.ld. The object of t'lis festival is to
replace the lo-ses sua a'ned in the disas
trous lire of August, lfi'57, in wireh lite
Lodge lost all their furniture, jewels,
Arc. They have lecently ctmscd to be
constructed a line- spacious Hall, and in
tend purchasing suitable furniture f r
the same, anticipating the pro titsof their
festival to p y for it. Tie';ets live dol
lars ndmkting gentleman and ladies.
SoMr.rmxci new for Christmas, at 11.
L. Samson it (Vs. Toys of till kinds.
Large slock of confectionery wholesale
and ictail. Splendid stock of uii'i-r-schaum
Basket Perfumes, a nice present for
tltc llolidavs, at Grcc.ieandXiehols,
No. 1, Lake St.
It takes $3,000,000 capital to transact
the anniK.l lumber business of Turling
ton. ScniiKN Dkatii. Widow Mary Wing
of Lyndon was found dead on the lloo;
of her room, on Friday afternoon of the
'10th. Her age must have been above
70. Then; was no one in the house at
Somltiiixu new for Christmas, at II.
L. Samson c (Vs. Toys of all kinds.
Large stock of confectionery who. esale
and ictail. Splendid stock of mp;r
sehatim pipes, leinember.
Thi:itMojn;Ti:u this morning throe dc-
grces below zero.
AYitr..sinnnSrocic. A correspondent
sends the 7-Vcc iVcsi the following no-
tice of a reeen1 salt of Ayrshire stock in
William G. Ucllus, of Fairfax, hastold
his year.ing Bull, "Major," to Ira
rftoiinens and Dewey Nicliolds, of West
ford, for SKiO. The dam or th.s Hull
was sired bv "Prince," impe rial in 13(30,
by I. P. & T. A. Davis, Lachine, P. Q.
of whom the dam was purchased by Mr.
ToUus in the spr.ng of 180", then with
calf by "Hero," thoro ighbred.
It will be recollected that this bull and
its dam were on exhibition, and eidi
drew the second piemium on Ayroshirc
Stock, at the Into State Fair, luul in o ir
city last September.
In the S nate, on tl a LStli, Mr. 1
nuinds introduced a till to lepeal U.i
n -t ofJJunc - C t h , 1SGC, admittin j dor. n
to rcprcscntntiou ir. Congress and 1 3 pro
vide fora provisional government there
in and for other purpose, which was re
ferred to committed on judiciary.
Mr. Sumner's tesohition expiesing
sympathy with the people of Spain was
passed by a vote of forty-one yeas to tt w
In the House Mr. Scholiold introduced
a bill giving to the officers in the mili
tary and naval service who wore com
missioned but not mustered, pay accoru
ing to the rank of commission, referred
to committee on military affaiiw. The
credentials of J. A. Manard (calore.l)
representative from tlio 2.1 Didrict ot
Louisiana were presented and referred
to the committee on elections
Mr. Toutwell from the reconstruction
committee reporfol baok the Sana'f
amc id'ivnt o rollcva from political d t-
ab li o car a n p.rioni electe I to o.li o
In South Ca o'lna and other S;;.tc3. Tl e
amendment was concurred in by the re
quired two-thirds vote. ,
Ohitu vrv. In tlie death of Mis.
Luc Montague, wk'owof Etnitus Moi -.ague,
d .'cease 1, which ocaii.Tj.l on tho
i. i ins nut, another, and prob.bl,' th;
last, surviving 1mm jdiaic descendant of
lie ilrst iminigration to th.s town has
lapsed away, her paternal grandfather
being Samuel Tobinson, Es i. ; and her
father, Col. Samuel Robinson, who
came in the first company t" settlers,
June, 1701. He cotnu.anded 0110 of the
Companies of Militia in the Tattle of
Bennington; was " overseer of tho tory
prlsoncrj," under direction of the coun-
i .. , . . . . . ,, , ,, .n 1
, ell of safety; was first Ju Hce ol th : en-
c nti' ' mo auinor i v ,
? w of ,l lu "l18 " ho rL I" ,c? I
teoi u e u gesat me ;a. a ' 7" ;,' j
in or Redd tig. -lie. '"r '
al.erwfs pHuin ,Io.;epl Hitlord. t ho
unu Ina titer company of wftlers,
n Ol UCtlillllir, - J il'i iiriuiiii.ii niui.vi'
noil tin lit t ue same year, i,.i ; is miw
t.ic two deacons lirst elect ctt ni ti e
iennington tdiuieh ; wdh Numud Hob-1
.sot., hen.. Hill, the llrst gr.st. an l stuv
mills: and tilled nrio. s Iniportai.t nil
he l.usts of that early day. tier niolhci,
K-ither Saflord, was . -Inter of O.-n. S im
ue! S.id'ord. who wus In euihie it p iblie
l.fe milit uy, in the Itovo.ntioii ir, war
for 2(1 ei ecessive years Chief .lud'je of
county court, and deacon of the church
fa her of Mrs. Jienjiiitiln Webb, who
still survive:?, loved and revered, at the
emit, tige of nearly 'M.--llcmiinjion
SoMlvriuxo r w for Christmas, at II.
L. SanVot' fc Cti's. Toys of all kindf.
Large stork of eonketioucry wholcse.e
and retail. Splenn'-l stock of nuv:
fchauin pipe.', leinen.' er.
Quite an Interesting and in many re
spects import int case of arbitration, h is
i ecu recently finished It: Milton. The
facts are these: Miss Polly Toinbeivon
o. that place, who was fitly yoniM of age
ami worth about $:15,000, in February,
1S07, bestowed her ba:;d, though l other
"goods," upon Mr. jjonatliaiij Cary.
'two years previous, to ibis event she
hud made her will, giving the bulk of
her property to the American Mission
society of New York, ami the Congre
gational Soci Hv of Milton. In August,
LViS, she died, leaving her will un
changed, and the question, as to the
validity of this will, is now Mending in
the Chittenden County Court. .
The (jucst.'ou at Ksiio in the arbitra-1
lion was as to ;hc right of the husband
to share in this sOOO, which consisted
of a farm of over :(.) acres, between ten
ami oiovcn thousand dollars in bank
dock, and seven or eight thousand dol
lars in notes secure.! by mortgage, to
gether with oilier personal property.
Tne parties opposed to Mr. Cary are
t.ie legatees of the Will, the icxccutor of
l which Dr. Onion of Milton is roprc- ,
! sen ted by C. V. Witters, Esq., of Mil-1
ton; and the lKirs-at iasv, represented
by the linn of Snith & lircrwn.of Milton,
and Park D.ivis. Esq., of the linn of
Adams & Davis, of St. Albans. Mcssre.
11. Jialltmi, of Hurnngton, ami A, U.
Ballard, Esq., of Winoo.ski, tiro eounel
for Mr. Cary. Hon, Charles Itussell,
of Turlington, and A. J. Sampson, lsq.,
of St. Albans, are the arbitra.ors. Tno
recent examination of .vitnesses, of
whom there were moie than forty, oc
cupied ciyhtccn days, Mr. Cary being
tvcptou tue witnes.1 stand nin . daysiu
Tne decision of the arbitral, irs which
!s final, only as respects M;, dry's
right in the property, but has no bear
ing on the validity of the will, was an
n.iuncedon Tuesday. Under this de
cision the husbanil receives S0,(l()J, and
tlio Lalance of the property gojs to tao
The facts in the case, .u develope 1 by
the testimony, disclose what lawyers
would term a sonuwMat " mixed" con
ditio.i ofall'.irs, yet wo understand that
all the parties concern jd express jier
icet satisfaction in the corcjcness and
legality of th.- (L-cision. Free Picss.
Something new f r Christmas, at II.
L. Sanisr .i & Co's. Toys of all kinds.
Largj s oek of confectionery wl.ole-
tle and re ail. Sj leiuhd stock of mecv-
.scliaum pipes, remember.
You will find at the Lake -St.
.store a lull assortment ol lancy
for the holi lavs.
If jou would increase your business,
TJte Game of i'eivhct:
uV professor Joshua uillixgs.
This ill bred game of kcards is about
11 years ol a e.
li was first discovered by the deck
hands on a Laik Ery steamboat, and
n.tjKieti tioun by tnein to posterity in all
as juvenile uuty.
it is gener-il.y )laid byucrsons, owes
much of its abaorbingness to tlio lakt
iiiatyou can talk, ana dr.nk and c.unv,
ami client wli le tne game is advanc
ing. i have teen it plaid on the Hudson
river railroad, in Hie smoking car, with
m jre immaculate slcid than anvwdicre
h yu play there you will often hold a
a hand unu will tisioiush yu, ttuiteolten
1 queens and a 10 spot, wlucn will iu
daiiK' you to bet 7 or S dollars, tnat s a
good nana to piay poner wun ; butyu
win ue more itstoinsneii wnen von see
the o.her feller's liantl, wnicli inv.iriab
iv consists of 4 kings and 1 snot.
VovKer is a nioiii'to game, n.id don't
c-iiipare tew old sletlge in majesty enny
more tnan a game oi ptisn pins tew a
square cuurcli ratlle.
1 never play yewlcer.
I never would learn how outofprin
i was originally created class to the
oiinek i cut line in Nu England, wnar
th j gaim of 7 up or old sljilgj was barn,
...... o.u.i.s now in all its pristine vig ni-
1 jilay old sledge lew this day in its
Tut 1 won't play a my gaim, ifl know
my onarae.uor, w.iar jac.c w.H tail; an
aoj, and a 10 spor won' count .or trail.-.
L won't play no stic.i k.nd of gaim out
0 r;s, ec ic,yol.l Co.uieKtnciit mi mini
The La Crosso Democrat advertises
5),0JJ oid pajcr.s for sale!
,-, . , ,,
The Co, vrnment hold 3 fifteen huu-
d cd m lliou acrjs of li.id now. That'
o gin to hi e.io.igh to pay the natl ual
Something new for Christmas at II.
L. Samson & Co's. Toys of all kinds.
Large stotk of confectionery whole
sale and retail. Splendid stock of mccr
&ehaum pipes, remember.
Thcru Is no mistake n out It, Plnnta-
,,,, ..., ... .,,
Ague ami all kindred disease. If need
in time. No family need suffer from
in time. No family need suffer from
complaint If they wit,
,.u i11Iltat ton Hitters In the lioase,
um,'lls,. it llwor(nnii (() dircctltms. Th.
..,., ,..,..... inmodl,.,,. rthls niadl.
dm, ,B (!ll(,nVll "0P 1Vr. vlan Hark,
n.,lk,h h k t h thc the )llR,sl a
)n, , ,ui ve ,nbIo kn,Miom.
Fin extract of this Talk Is the acLvi
principle of all thc good Feverand Agut
M.vltcines prescribed by In clllgeut iloe
tors, C.illnya Turk is used extensive
in the manufacture of Plantation Tit
ters, as well as qii.nlne, and we dare sat
they owetheli popularity niostlv to thai
fact. AVo can rt. commend them.
MAtixoLLV Wateil Superior to the
Lost imported (icrinan Ctilogne, nnd
sold at half the i'l icc.
"Tarretl's Vegetable Hair Itestora
ative" is a perfect and miraculous mti
cle. Cures baldness. M kes hair grow.
A better than any "oil" or "pomatum."
Softens haivh, dry and wiry ha r Into
beautiful silken treses. Tut above all,
the great wonder is the 'upldity with
which it restores gray hair, to its origin
al color. Savannah (Ga.) Jlcpublicau.
Furrox Market. -Just received, a
nice lot Dried Tecf, Sugar Cured Hams,
Tolognit Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, To
matoes, Pears, Peaches, Water Melons
and Musk Melons. dtf-!)L
rilllE STOCK HOLDERS of the ST. ALU ANS
.L OAS LIOHT CO. aro hereby notitled to
miyt at the OiHco of the Hon. W. 0. Smith, in
St. Albans, on the first Monday in January next,
at 'J o'clock a. in., for tlio purpose of electini;
181-10 EDWARD A. SMITH,
St. Albans, Dec. 18, 180H. Trcitsnvn:
Oome and See!!
Come and Try
THU 31 OWE, AND THE WEED
Xew t'imil y Seteiny Marhi nvs !
Bed Machine made.
Shvttt'e, Straight Needle,
Every machine warranted.
Office opposite Treniont House.
dw-tf J. S. .WEEKS, Agent.
Ladies' Fair and Festival.
rilHE Ladies of the Oongreatiouil Church
A. and Society of St, Albans will hold n
Fair and Festival
in thc basement looms of tho Church, on
Monday Evening, December 21 ,
At which time a variety of articles, both nefni
and fancy, and such as will mako acceptable
Wilts fur C. rlnlliias ,v Xtw Year's will Le
jifiered fur sale.
Oysters, cold meats. Coffee. Cake. Ice Crnatn.
Nvitlitliu usual et ceteras, will bo t-erved, ami
in iiiu ,-uiuiuii iimiuii.
Doors opun at six o'clock. Special attention
,'iven to families or lurties tvislinor to be served
at that hour.
Im'ssion, 1j cents.
HUNTING CASE WATCH.
S. H. MOORE & Co.,
Nos, 52 & 5-1 JOHN ST
These Watches, which have .ittalneil
popularity, aro made only by tlio
American Gold Watch Co,,
And the Cases resenrblo lino uoltl so closely in
color, weight and texture, as to deceive
the most expert judges, having
the RICH IOLOR of
18 CARAT GOLD
throughout, not liable to tarnish, free from
odor, and retainiiiK its bright
ness lung as Horn.
The works aro of the finest quality ; tlmso of
tho gents' size being tli
r.xtiu ruby jeweled, with adjusted balance, Ac,
and the Ladies' hize, the
L E P I X E MOVEMENT,
(tlio hist adapted to small Watches,) witli Goid
ihi.am'k, ami lor correctness are uniivalcd,
furnishing a watch for accuracy.beautv,
design, uniform excellence, and '
durability, o u il to anv that
can be procured for
$150 to $200!
At a price Mithin the means of am nelson.
Eveiy Watci i , fully uarraut-'d bv special
Certificate, xeithunt irhich none mr
genuine, ami to bo uu accu
rate and reliable time
keeper. PRICE, (either size) $15.
Aa whor.n-tir introduced a fctcady demand en
sues, ho have arranged for tho sale, at lrade
Price, of single Watches, and will send Ihniii bv
hxpress to i ny place, within iimo miles of New
ork, tho money to liu jiaid to tho expiess mes
senger u7, ,i ;ot rteea-e, nomine, and acvept
goods. Tarties so ordering to pay exprtss
CHAINS. - dent's Yen and Lndiea' Chat-
'""'-. otinpenor design, color and finish,
iiatklaiv i ixs, liandsoiuely engraved
mid enameled. S'4.ro each.
Address all orders to
fs. u. .uooro ,v Co,,
Nos. 52 A 51 John st., New Yoik.
SHIi;TSandUItWi-.US, und Ovor Shirts ol
all kinds, just received at
Win. N. SMITH, & CO'S.
I OA OK COATS VOH SP1UNQ, go to
1 0 WM. N. SMITH la CO'S.
Goldsmith & Seavey,
HEXKUAL iismiAtn: mm)
XOliTJSMAIXSt., HT. ALDAA'S, VI.
Life, Fire, Jnlaml and Accidental
Insurance effected in llcliablc
Louse equitably adjusted und Prompt
St, Albans Dining Rooms,
LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS,
DOWNING & STEERE
VVAltM MEALS or Lunches served at 'all
V T hours, in the heijt style.
Fresh HaKhnorc OysU'rs!
Iteceived daily and biipplied to the Trade "at
wholesale prices. lillK! d.Vwtf
THIRD ANN U AL C 6 N V E N T Fd N
jX.irtherii Vonnoiit Musical Association,
WILL HE 1ICLD AT
Academy Hall, St. Albans.
Continuing eour days, Jan'. f, 0, 7 t S.
TWO Gil AX J) COXCIUiTS
Will be yieen.
Geo. P. Root,
(J. M. Wymuii.
Keenu, N, H.
TEIN"Ci about to leave town. 1 wish to tlisnosi
JL of my residenco on Nortlilleld St., wliich
,uii oo soul tor a reusouelile sum.
Eor lurtlier itarticulars enuuiro of me.
l-LVd-tf. li. E. WILLIAMS.
CtOMMERCIAL College Rooms; possession
given Sept., 1st. Three Rooms easy ul
access, and very pleasant situation for Club
Rooms, or otlices.
St. Albans, Aur. 3, lbfiS. d70tl
I KTWi:CN Fulton JIarket, St. Albans, and
LJ the fair Ground, or on it, a, dark eoloreil
uorrocco wallet, containint,' fliil, and a receipt
roil Sewranco .V Co.. lioston, to K. C. tlallar.
t'lie liuder will receive a reward i f f 3 1 on return
mt; tho wallet to K. C. OALLAR.
ht. Albans Wtli Sent.. LStlS. nllltf
CHRISTMAS IS COMING!
Do not delay, but call at pnee ;tt
HUNT I NG T 0 N'S!
And select your PRESENTS from the
largest and best variety
ever offered in
You will all find
Just the thing you want
If you call .Vow.
je"laigraving done ia t!.- best manner. 1
Farm for Sale.
rp HE subsc. iber offers for sale his farm lving
J. in Westford, in tho County of Chittcin'en,
containing two hundred and twenty-live acres,
lluildings all now. Location on li good load
ono iiiilo from tlio village ; near fcohool and
church, well fenced -running water to tho house
and barns an abundance of fruit. Two good
sugar orchards ; all tlio Farming, Hairy and
Suirar tools. Also, witli or without slock on the
farm, Tlio above farm will Is top forty cows and
team through tho year, l-'orfurtlier particulars
iihimii" ui in,- sr.iisuiiuur uu wiu premises.
JOSEPH li. CHASE.
Westford, June 22d 18GS 22:lvlf.
Good Dairy Farm
"TOOR SALE IN MORItlSTOWN, within one
.? half mile of Morristown village.
a ui nt cuuiuiun uuiitu uiko -uvu acres oi goou
land, sixty acre cleared, and the roinaiider
Four hundred Sugar or Maplo trees, with Sap
Tubs and .Sugar Utensils.
A young Applo Orchard of about 150 trees,
inuiuv in ueai lug.
House :10. 11), in good repair, witli cood eel
lar. Hum 32 x lil, with cellar under the whole
and in good repair. Illuming water at house
ami iiarn. and pastures well watered.
Forty tons of hay cut from twenty acres will
ho sold with thu iarui it desired.
Seven Cows, 0 yearling heifers, IT. sliecip. and
a span of good work horses will bo sold with tho
place ir disneil, and all tanning tools.
All to be sold verv cheap for cash,
W. H. POWEILS,
Morristown, Aug. 15, 18CS.
Barm lor Sale
QITUATED in tho east part of Sheldon, on a
O branch of tho Missisipioi Hivcr. well known
as tho Joel Whitney farm, containing 300 acres,
from 50 to 75 acres interval land. Tho farm is
capabln of keeping ,0(1 cows, 5'l sheep, a team A-c.
Wood and timber hind enough tor the farm. A
Oood Sugar oroh.ml of 1000 trees, sugar tools
Ac. Two good dwelling houses situated oppo
site, one brick and ono wood. A dairv-house
and apparatus lor tho manufacture of butter
and cheese. Good running water at both lions
es, dairy. lmnsii and barn. Thii" farm is about
5 or G miles from tlio celebrated Springs. For
further particulars enquiro of tho owner on tho
premises WILLIAM HLISS.
East Sheldon, Aug. 18, I8U8. 2U0wtf
rnitlCOr COATS in Short Frocks, and 1-ull
X Frouka of all kinds and colors at
WM.N. SMITH, ii CO'S.
for Mr lYniioiil aiircnpi.
Ciblo Specials. Constantinople antes
of December lSth, stnte Hint the Turk
lib Admiral, Hobart Taslin, followed the
Greek steamer, E. R.Osls. Into the har
bor of Syra, nnd sunk her, but the re
port lacks confirmation.
The commander of tho French wnr
ship, Eaibin, requested t'.ie Turkish
Admiral not to ndoptnny cocrslvc mea -urer
until he heard from Cons antino
plc. This the admiral agreed to do nnd
now awaits orders.
Notwithstanding the proclamation of
clemency recently issued to the leaders
In' the late insurrection, several of the
prominent ones have been imprisoned
About 75 have been arrested, and sub
mitted tc trial by Court Martini. Tusi
ness bus resumed its nntural swny, and
the people are returning to their homes.
Gen. Dulcc sailetl witli his licet for
The news i confirmed that the ulti
matum of the f tiltan hns been rejecte.l
i Nr.w York, Dec. 19th.
Additional particulars from Little
Rock, Arkansas, of to-day's dates, con
firm the former reports tf outrages per
petrated l.y the militia, and establish
tl.e fact that no resistance was ever of
fered to the civil authorities.
Representatives of Northern Mercnn
tile Houses nre nil leuving the S.nte,
anticipiiMiig further trouble.
lion. Schuyler Colfax Vice President
elect, arrived in Philndelphinhut night,
ami this afterno-in will dine at the
Union League House. He will proceed
tt New Yoi k and Massachusetts, return
ing to Washington before New Ycai's.
Gold 13d 5-S.
The American CookinFStove
Again in Court !
United Slates Court, Dis'l of N.Y.,1
AliiiAXY, Oct. 17, 1SG8. )
JAC'OU II. SllHAll & Jcs. Packaud,
Zcuuiiicx Hunt & Vm. J. Miller.
'The Honorable Samuel Nelson,
rpiIISSUlT was brought for ii fringing the
JL patents on a Shaking or Vib ating Ash
Miter, and the combination of a .Sifting and Ash
Uiin in thu hearth of a Cooking Stove, an injunc
tion was granted restraining their uso. Messrs.
Hunt X iiiller have now arranged lor a license,
and Hill hercaitcr manufacture and sell under a
license from us. All other persons aro eoution
ed against manufacturing, selling, or using
Stoves witli these iinprovoinents, as- all in
fiingements will bo promptly prosecuted.
SHEAlt, PAC'EAltl) A CO.,
Albany, N. Y.
For Sale by D. IYI. WA' KER,
ST, ALBANS, VT.
ANEW' Supply of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent,
Jlediciuts, Ac, just received at
UltELN A: MClIOLS,
No. I, LaA'o Street,
17011 tlio UEST MACHINES in the WOULD
. Inquire of
BLAKE ic WILSON,
Swanton, Vermont, Agents for Franklin and
Grand lsh Counties, lor tho
WHEELER & WILSON
Silent Feed, Loci; Stitch Scw '.ny Machine,
RETAIL dealers in Shelf Uunlwiirt, Ta-lili-niiil
I'.irltet t'utlt-i-y, Glus-i Wan
. t-ui'l, -i-y. T ii Ware, Wiiuilcn AVaie und
WllluW AVarc, Puncy Ciuul, St vt-(
Kluvc I'lpc, ami Ilulluw AVure.
Iron, Kiwi, Nall U'a-,n( Putty, Ac,
Tkums; C ASH, or ready pay.
(Jl lui Auoiiuy,
BY recent enactments of Congress, all Sol
diers who have served three years and have
received but J100 bounty from tho United States,
or who, having enlisted for three vears, woro dis
charged in consequence of wounds, and tlio vdd
ow, children, or parents of any soldier who en
listed foi threo years, under a promiso of only
f 100 bounty, and who died in the service, aro t i,'
titled to uu additional bounty or ONE Hl'.V
UHEl) UOLLA11S 1
All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or
foot, or have incurred disability equivalent to
tho loss of hand n- foot, aro untitled to a large
increase, of pension.
All pensioued widows of soldiers or sailors niv
entitled to an ncreased pension of two dollars
per month for eacli child under sixteen years of
Claims of tho abovo naturo, and for arrests ol
pay, ollicers' oxtru pay, for horses lost in the l
S. service, commutation of rations of prisoner
of war and prize money, Hill bo promptly prose
cuted by application by letter, enclosing dis
chai'gotrom service, will bo attended to and the
necessary papers leturued to plieant for sig
natures, Ac. E. A. SOWLES,
Ollieo over tho First National Hank,
St. Albans, Aug. 17th.l8U(i, 125-tl
( ENT'S SHAWLS Just received
VT at WM. N. SMITH, Hi CO.
ryT.OuTnfuLoVi-'-j, ol sit kinds, of all kind
at WM. N. SMITH, A CO'S,
GUi to Wl. N.SMITH, & CO'h for good Clot!,-
Sl'ltlNO STYLE OF SILK HA 1VS, call at
' WAl. N'. SM1TU k