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VERMONT DAILY TEANSCEIPT, BECEMT3EB 19 1868.
Comer of Main nml Hank Strce!?,
ST. ALBANS, VT. , .
HAS JUST RECEIVED A LAROE ADDITION
to hia Stock of.AMEHlCAN ami SWISS
WATCHES. Call early and sco the new Ekiu
Watches, tlio pretty Swsss watches in gqld cases,
Ladies' sizes, at gleatly reduced prices.
AS just received a complete npsivttncnt of
new and beautiful SILVER "WARE.
BEWARE of "PATENTS I" nnd new names
for PLATED SPOONS. FORKS, Ac., but
cull and purchaso the TRIED and APPROVED,
tho GENUINE ho. onus coons. Alwa.vs
a full assortment of Extra and Tripplo Plato on
hand. Your namn neatly engraved without ex
AN endless variety of Fino Gold, Etruscan,
Itomau Jet, and Plated Sett, Kind's, 1 ins.
buttons, Cliariun, Ac, Ac. Gold, hiiver. l'lnted
and Steel Chain-), both Lulic.V and Gents'.
1847 ' 1868.
From S2.00 to $23,000 each.
The best place to buy
A LARGE addition of the indestructible. In
dia Rubber Handle Knives, at greatly re
XTTOSrENHOLM'S. J. Crookes. and Ameri.
W can Knives nnd Scissors. A largo as
sortment just opeuou.
Spe c ta c I es.
( 1 OLD, Silver, Plated nnd Steel. Real Pebble
A ana l'obble Ulass trom 'Jj cents to Slli.uu
fT)HE best gold Pens and eases made in this
J. country, jsvery pen warranted.
COMBS, COMBS, COMBS,
Cloth, Hair, Tooth and Nail.
Brittanuia Tea Pots.
1UT glass Goblets, Berry Dishes, Tumblers
J and Castor Bottles,
A GREAT VARIETY OF
CONSTANTLY ARRIVING. All of tbo nbnvi
V J articles will do so.U very Cheap tor Cash.
St. Albans, Nov. 23. 18GS.
J. VIENNOT & CO.,
General Newspaper Advertising
133 Nassau Street. New York.
(ESTABLISHED IN 1062.)
WE beg to call tho attention of advertisers to
our agency. Our facilities with all tho first
class daily papers in the cuuutrv aro second to
none, and wo aro fully prepared to offer terms
and conditions which cannot fail to give supe
We also eond advertisements to all Cuban and
South American papers, witli whom wo havo ex
tensive contracts. Wo aro tho only house doing
t Spuultli Ailvci'tlxlng Iiiniiiicutf.
We can, by special permission, i ofer to
Mr. II. T. Helnibold, Druggist, 591 Broadway,
Messrs. S. R.Vanduzer Si Co., 198 Greenwich St.,
Messrs. Hull & Ruckol, 218 Greenwich Street,
Messrs. G. Draco's Son & Co., Typo-Founders,
Messrs. Phalon &, Son, New York.
" Phelan & Collcnder, New York.
" Tarrant & Co., "
" Checkering A Son, "
" IUdway & Co., "
CLOTHING for Fall and Winter, Just received
AtSiaith'M uew Block, WM. X.SAimi, ACOS
INSURANCE AG-EN 0 Y
A' JT. A A HANS, VT.
H O M K I X S V It A X V E V O.,
New Haven, Conn.
Capital, $1,000,000. Surpltn, C U.070. L
vatioxai. ixsuiiAXri: co.,
Oepltal, $300,000. Surplus, JtiiO.OCO.
IXTHUXATIOXAI. lXSCUACE CO.,
Capital, 300,000. Surplus, ttOl.SO" 02
tilf.WUHAX .MliTlMT. I.IKI-J IXSUUAXl'l-.
(' O 31 V -A X V ,
Vm'Ui, over it.OOn.OPn.
A'.T.VA LIVE .STOCK IXKUltAXCK CO.,
LL, LOSSES PROMPTLY AD
JUSTED. AND PA 1 15.
dl' I v21? ly
AMERICAN GROS GRAIN
For sale at $2.30 a yard, by
Edward Harlow, nurlingron, Yt.
riltlE usual prieo of these goods is 2 50 a yard,
JL aim mill inv preeiu miqu.v n e..iiiiiirHt-ii
t .til lilt .IVfU.lt 111 In. nlitn til Mflll ttll'lll !lt till.
present low price: thcrcl'oio Iho.-e intending to
purchase nil h a dii as will i o weil to ueure a ;
oattern at once. 1 also have a handsome stock i
of Imported iil.iek Silk-, among which are some
vcrv heavv goods which 1 shall sell at very cheap
prices. My Mock of SUA U'LS is very coin lete,
onnsistiim" ot Long and Square PAlhLItt
SHAWLS, nnd a full ssoitment of WuOLEN
SHAWLS ot various styles ami qualities al
puces winch ou,lit to satisty every lcahonainc
CLO VICING ! CLOAKING 1 1
In full assortment. We ca'l pal ticular atiMK
tion to our Sea M. in Cloaking as being very
warm, handsome and durable lor a low priced
aitielo. Wo also have botno extra quality
til lie "Iom'ow Ht-uv.-r 1 1, th, wnith from
SC.50 to JG.OO a vard.
I havo a lanrc and complete assortment ol
Merino, Cashmere and Saxony Wool UNDER
SHIRTS and DRAWERS, for Gentlemen. Ladies
and Children of all sizes, styles, anil qualities,
and -at very moderate prices.
in addition 1 liavo my customnry tun assort
ment of nice Dri-NN C.ooils, KlmuK, liii.ii
kits, lliilnio ill Skitts Kmiiiltir Covji-
iK(usod forenrtains) tlousi-lti-cptiigCiooil-s,
l)(,lilt st cm, te,, Ac-.
N. 15. Have a 14 cent Brown Cotton, selling
at V2 cents.
An inspection oi noods and Prices is respect
fully solicited. Careful attention given to
13(1 Church Stieet.
Burlington, Dee. 1, 1803. dltiO 210-tf
Autumn and Winter.
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS.
THAVE now opened a new stock of the above
........ ..I ,w,.L .,!,;,. 1, T v.,..,.tl.,llv invili,
M ll.lllll.tt ,uiir., l .lllt.4i i. a . i-i v. , . ii.i. ...... .
tlio notice of the Lad'es of St. Albans and vi
cinity. Real Black Thread and Malta-Laces.
Ileal Valencicnncri and ClunyLacea.
Merino Uudervests and Drawers, Extra Qual
ity. Merino Hosiery.
Gloves, Mittens, Scarfs, Ac.
Dress, Sacks, A. Cloak Fringes and Gimps.
Small Wares, Vc, &c.
Making a Speciality of this line of Goods. 1
ihall indeavor to keep on hand a good, liberal
issortuieiit, and shall not bounders Id by any
mi. L. P. KIMPTON.
i toro tmt to L. L. Duteher it Sons. dwl32ll
FALL GOODS !
H. 0. POST, & 00. 's.,
JUST RECEIVED from New Yoik. a splendid
Lino of of
New and Choice Dress Goods,
Empress Cloths Epiimeline, French SergeH
Siik and Wool, Siiot Poplins French Meri
noes, with a great
Variety of Plain and Poplin Alpacas,
und'Chono Poplins, all at VhUY
LOW PRICES. Wo have a full
DRESS TIlIMJIiyOSI .
Silk Fringes, Bl.iek and Colored
Velvet Ribbons, with Buttons and
Gimps to match. Our Stock of Prints
Bleached and Brown Cottons, Detains, in
fact everything in the line of Domestics, is full,
a full lino of
Cassimeres, Tailor's Trim
mings. Gloves, Hos cry. Shawls,
Dutchess Kidds, and Breakfast Shawls
A Choice lino of Dry Groceries may always be
found in stock.
Please call andcxuniiio Gooih and Prices be
foro purchasing elsewhere.
II. O. POST, & Co
Cor. Main and Fairfiold Sts St. Albans, Vt.
I have just received a largo lot of first and
second quality of Stono and China Ware, com
prising two Now and Elegant Patterns called
''Gen. Grant" Patterns. Alu a largo stock ol
Cutlery, Glass and Stono Waro, which I oiler for
sale cheap. Please call and see before purchas
At the old Farrar Block, one door north ot
Georgo II. Farrar's.
.. P. G. SKINNER.
St. Allians, Oct 2Uh, 1800. RJG-tf
BOYS CLOTHING nf.ill kinds just receive J
WM, N. SMITH, Ou'S.
New Goods !
New Goods ! !
Entire new Stock of Dry Goods now open and
ready for pnlo, At
STONE & FOSTER'S
Here yon will find a fullllnoof DRESS GOODS
Cheap for Cftsh,
Hero you will find a fuil lino of Shawls,
Cheap for Cash.
Hero yon will find a good awortmcut of Cloak
ings in nil colors,
CliPtip for cull.
Hero you will And a full line o: Dolnlns nnd
Chenp for ttisli.
Hero you will find a full Hue of White Good-,
( heap for Cash.
Here you will find a good assortment of Clothes
and Oilmrgs, Ac,
Cheap for Chs-h.
Hero von will find n complete line of Hosiery
for the Ladles,
Cheap for Cash.
Here you will find a largo assortment of La
dloi and Gents Kid Gloves,
Cheap for Cash.
And hero will bo found Miss Morov to show
you a largo assortment of Ladiot' Goods, of
slvles too liuuieroiis to mention. In tact, 'we
having adopted tlio OA!- II SYSTEM, believe we
can offer ihilucemoiiN to our en.uoii.ers that no
eonceiiiiliiiiiL' a credit bu-di.ess. will or can af
ford. To satisfy yoursehes, eall and examine I
nualitv ami pniTM.
J. P. S TONE,
123dwtf GEO. 1' FOSTER.
O, lobei-8, ISO'!.
LOOK TO YOURIMTJBBEST
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
ITS ASSETS ARE NEARLY
NEARLY TWO MILLIONS,
AXP fOXsTAXTXY INCUKASINU.
Ajiutia! Dividends, 50 Per C'c.
All its Policies are Non-Forfeiting ! No lc
stiiction on Travel, Location or Employment!
Dividends upon the full Premiums paid on all its
Notes taken if desired for half of tbo Premium
ior tho first four years, and in easo of death,
they are paid b the Dividends and given
up and not deducted fiom the Policy,
The Full Amount ol" Insurance is raid.
It has paid in losses to its Policy Holders over
iV'iOO.OGO, and has never contested a claim
during tho 17 years of its existeiicu. No
extra Premiums charged for insur
in. Females, Railroad Employees or Seamen
A Policy in tho Fmr.Nix is pioperlv called a
Whole World Policy. It permits the insured to
travel or reside at will any where in the United
States or Europe, at any season of tho year,
without extra charge.
NELSON H. ARMINGTON, Agent,
For Fianklin, Grand Is!e and Lamoille counties.
C. L. BABCUCK, (State Agent,
d22.uvu-tf Rutland. Vt.
1868. .fertsEs .fegSfe 1868.
Ogdenfibiirg'li to tlie West.
Northern Transportation Compunv
The only Through Daily Line between
Ogclensburgh and Chicago ! I
And Intermediate Poiti.
Only Six Days Through With
out Change of Boat.
This well known and reliablo .Company, will,
during the present Season, run their Line o:
liivt class Upper Cabin Steamers daily, butweer.
Oydciisbnrgh, Oswego, Cleveland, Toledo, De
troit, Chicago, Milwaukee, and Intermedial
ports, leaving Ogdenslmrgh on arrival of Ex
press train from the East.
PASSENGERS AND FAMILIES
Moving West, -'an embark with their luggage.
I'eanis, Stock .vc, and land together without
disturhaueo r transhipment, at their port ol
destination, thus avoiding tlio great inconven
ience ol the many changes, delays and expen
ses, of other routes. These Steamers have largt
Cabins and State Rooms, amply mid neatly lur
ulshed, for first class Passengers and Families,
.vim ina wish to tiiriiish their own umwsious.
S'n efforts will he spared to maintain tlio reputa
tion of this, us tho
CirEAPEST A2?D REST RO UTE!
A thorough rebuilding, refitting, repairing
tml i (.furnished, witli several now boats added
to the hue, nmkes this now tho most comforta
ble, pleasant and exrjuljljous route to tho great
West. Bo sure and see tho Agents of this line
before yon buy your tickets. Trusty men wjll
ilways meet passengers at tho depot in Ogdeiij
burg'li to take cheeks and re-cheek Baggage.
Afak for tickets via
NORTHERN TR'ANSPOR TAION
The only Daily American Lino leaving Ogdens
lmrgh. Wo will make It tho interest of every traveller
to see tho Agents of the lino before purchasing
elsewhere. Through tickets over all tho Wes
tern Railroad Lines can bo obtained on applica
tion to GEO. W. SMITH, office, corner Ford and
Patterson Sts., opposite Johnson House, Ggdeus
burgh, N. Y. One hundred pounds of b.igg-,igo
free to each passenger.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THRO UGH
To all points. For through tickets and other
information, apply to O. A, EDDY.
Oiiico Siettiiuns Landing, Ogdenslmrgh, N. Y
Geo. W. Smith, General 'Ticket Agent. H. G.
Gooduo Pasaenvc- ATreni. 912-tf
ITUiAGG'S Instataut lU'liof and Specr's Stanl
: dard Wine Bitters at
GREEN fc NICHOLS.
No. I, Lake Street.
Are requested to nolo that the Publisher of
The Vermont Krconl and Fnrmcr
Intnuls to spare neither money nor labor to
THE REST PAPER IN VERMONT
For current State news, from every county, each
week. For Vermont historical 'sketches, bio
graphical sketches of Vormontcrs, obituary
notices of Vermonters, and in all respects
A STATE PAPER,
As welcome in, and applicable to, one portion
of the State as another.
Especially are called upon to note that ive in
tend, with tho proper support, to devoto more
space than any other paper in this state to
This department is edited bv C. HORACE
HUBBVltD, E-q , President of "the Springfield
T 10 It 31 S
f!2.fl' per year; SI. 23 for six mouths ; 73
cents for three mouths ; rfO cents per month for
anytime less than three mouths. In clubs of
five and over to one address, $2 per year for
each subscription. No club subscribers taken
lor less than a full vear.
Every person who is nowasiibscribei, wheth
er single or in clubs, in the State or out of it,
who again subscribes for tlie full year of IRO'J,
wiilieceive one of White's Patent Newspaper
Files, magazine sue, postage paid.
Any person whose name is not, at
this date, upon our books, who will pay S2.5tl in
advance for one lull year, to begin any time be
1'oie or iiirludiiiT January 1, 180:1, will receive
the paper ime year from date of subscription,
and either a White's Patent Newspaper File,
size oi tne liecora aim f armer ; a p itent cattle
tie, uselul to every farmer ; or a copy of The
Household for one vear. as the subscriber may
SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE !
WE WILL PAY age ts who will devoto their
entire time to canvassing for tlio Vermont
Record and Farmer, u liberal salary by tho day.
week or month. We want good agents in every
town and county in tlio State, to work for us
from now until February 1, 1809. Writo to us
and get our terms.
Address ali communications to
The Vermont Record anil Farmer,
24C-S BRATTLEBORO, VT.
QAHi A 'J
BUKCK & WETiiEUBKH'S FOR
, POCKET KNIVES,
ALT, AC, AC
I AM in receipt of 2"0 to 301 brK of FLOUR
per week, and my facilities aie such that I
can supply the trade on as
G o tl T e r in s
qs any other party or parties (as my flour pas
no tribute to middle' nion. nnrSiip, per barrel to
drummers), witli Superllno and Extra Flour,
niado from Milwaukeo Club Wheat, by ear-load
WINTER WHEAT FLOURS,
from good to verychoico, in full supply.
Corn for salo at all times. Cash paid for Wool
and Sheep Pelts.
iTT 1 tako this opportunity to return my
jr.oVt hearty thanks for tho very liberal patron
age I havo received r-inee I commonced business,
and hopo for a continuance of tho namn,
J. J. BURGEES.
St. Albans, Oct. 21, 18CS. 233 tf
I NO. 2 MRNSS BSOCK
J XjA3CI! ST., ST. AL33AHS, VT.
! Would say to tlio veoplc of Franklin Counlv,
niin inuj ntu piupareu loouer incin
Fresh from market, at tlio lowest cash price, at
Wholesalu and retail.
Young Hyson, Japan, Ool.mg and English Bi eak
last. The finest in tho market. If von want
mixed Teas, buy puro Teas of BARNES A
CROWLEY, pick raspberry leaves and mix to
suit your taste. You will find it cheaper than to
buy mixed Teas of aliv Now York Tea Company.
BA-RNES CROW LEY KEEP THE BERT
Go to BARNES A CROWLEY'S for tin. lu st
II. JYIOIiASSSS, STJOAIIHOUSE
P. R., HAVANA,
' OF ALL
It yon would keep clean, buy yout
. Of BARNES A CROWLEY.
PEERLESS, O. K.,
PIONEER. AC . AC.
TOILET SOAPS. AC.
To Tobacco Chewers, Smokers, and SnulV-Tiv-kers
: Wo buy of tho manufacturers, and can
plcaso you both in quality and ju ice.
Wo w ant Farmers and Dealers to bear in mind
that we keep tho Puro Boston ground
Tho onls salt suitable for dairy purposes, which
will be sold as low as cau bought in this market.
For a good light and no danger of oxplosions,
Of BARNES A-CROWLEY. Price as low as
Tlio best brands constantly on haniC A s.,
Graham and Buckwheat riotir, Ryo and Corn
Finally if you want anything in tho line ol
good Kroteries, tho place to buy them is at
BARNES A CROWLEY'S.
Cash paid for all kinds of Country Produco -
Goods sold at wholesale at the lowest possible
213 BARNES A CROWLEY.
UEOIWIE W. BAUNKH, I sf AlbilI.s yi
I. J. citowun-.. f bt Albans t.
F U E N I T U li E
KITTREDGE & FULLER,
(successors to itiTTiirrjor A- watso.v,)
rXTOULD respectfully announce to tho citi-
V zens of Franklin County, that they have
maue extensive auuitions to tneir stock, anil are
now prepared to wait on their friends, with pri
ces that cannot fail to suit. We have just re
ceived a uno assortment oi
Wall Paper and Border,
DIXIXG, CEXTER ni.il
SPIUXCi UK !., COFFINS, CASftKTS, J
In fact, everything kept in Furniture Ware-
iiooms win nu louutl at our Ktore,
Opposjtg Chavles "VVyman's,
Taking this occasion to thank the old patrons
of KittredgoA Watson for past favors, wo hopo
by low prices and strict attention to our business
to merit and receive, a continuance of the sanio
and a share of tho public natronage. Call and
examine our goods and prices before purchasing
GEO. H. KITTREDGE,
AUSTIN W. FULLER.
1 ANTS AND VESTS, for Fall and Winter
. go tc WM. N. SMITH, & CO'S.
HAia nr.sf ors.'i ivl
y, v j dint W xutw i nut t'lU'iI ti t1n j itl IK ( (,c ,
'i' v j tlio trt)jl.ft rtvntnti(. it Ti r l!ct"i m
Oniy vt faAvA U iir in .lf'ln't) r..1 .
V ?3 piOiiKMintf I' t.r.m id, i rttilicniinrf I'u
V kCi lll(ir' l,t' I Mlrit. ntil Tor hrvn.n .
k 1 lu-atiilhiffiliv Utiir. ItlOVce ' C
1runi iolouaM ttrurf. ilocn iioi S.
- I't"1 tlt'wt fatrlc, utiil Q.
'-tf 7A totun flu bntt I It AS, .V
A'rV tlicU.iTCmi.anJ AW,
J R. BARREt T f CO I-'-M
Sold by nil Druatiists.
Th" attention of the public U called to a great
discovery in Dentistry.
THE GREATEST ADVANCE STEP EVER
MADE IN THE ART.
Tho main difficulty in wearing artificial teeth is,
they do net hold in their place firmly eiiouch.
nil add to this tlie annoyance of food getting
Tdcr the plate while eating. 1 havo discovor
.'(1 a method of so constructing the plate on
Elicit the tieth are sot that they will not start
.ir drop while eating or speaking, neither will
any particle-, of lood gt-t under the plate, no
matter what tho condition of the mouth is,
fhicli is not true oi any method hithertoused.
1 have secured Letters Patent lor tlio United
States, England and France.
The improvement is not in matirial, but in
the construction, whichs ccures the atmosphi rii
pressure on tho entire plate.
I have sold the cxclusio of Raid Imiiroveinent
to Dr. L. Oilman, to wit, the Counties of Frank
lin, Washington, Chittenden, Lamoille and
Grand Isle. Those wishing t.) avail themselvf-s
of Much improvement, will eall on
Dr. Ij. UILiHAiW
November, 11, 1RG7
The Great Quilting Ilcmuly for Children
Contains NO JTORPIIIXE Oil POISO:.
OUS DRUG; sure to lhguhite the Bowds
Allays all Pain ; corrects Acidity of tin
Stomach ; makes sieh nnd iraifc childres
fiiioNO uiiil iikai.tiiy; cures Wind Colic.
Griping, Inflammation of tho Bowels, ami
ill complaints arising from the effocta ci
Te'i'thii.g. Call for JMhcr Bailey's Quieting
Syrup, anil take no other, anil you aro tafe
Sold by Druggists nnd all dealers in Med--i'l...
. RICHARDS, Now London, Com..,
Azent for the United Stiitca
Jew Musical Depot,
ST. ALBANS, - - - - VEKMOJNT.
General Agency for the
Now York; the
G. A. MILLER PIANO,
Boston, and the
ESTEY COTTAGE ORGAN,
ESTEY A CO.'S
The Vox llnmana Tremolo Crowning
In addition to tho PATENT HARMONIC AT
PATENT MANUAL SUB -BASE,
Estoy A Co. havo now further than ever eclipsed
all rival makers of Retd Inn tru incuts, by the
introduction of tlicir
PATENT VOX HUMANA TREMOLO
This most wonderful and beautiful addition to
the Cottage Organ is acknowledged by leading
musical characters in tlie country to bo the ir
pn.i ultra of all improvements, on reed instru
ments. THE FIRST PREMIUM
Was awarded to this instrument at tho Now
York Stato Fair and tho Fajr of tlio NowEnghnd
States, Vermont Stato Fair, Missouri State Fair,
and Iowa .Statu Fair, over all other instruments,
including Mason A Hamlin's Cabinet f Irgaps,
Smith's American Organ , and Taylor A Farley's.
It is very important that purchasers bear In
mind that the original ami genuine Cottago Or
gan is made by the House of J. ESTEY & Co.,
Tho chief points of superiority aro patented
by them, and of course aro found on tho instru
ments of no other maker.
Tho undersigned has mado arrangements to
furnish Pianos from any of tho principal New
York and Boston makers, on the most reasonable
terms. Satisfaction guaranteed in ill casoj.
Send for an illustrated Circular. Address
II. A. LYON, St. Albans, Vt.
Mubic, small musical instruments, and musi
cal merchandise, at E. H. HUNTINGTON'S
Jewelry Store. Pianos, Organs, and Melodans,
at tho subscribers residence on Fairfield Stieet.
2'22-tf II. A. LYON.
WANTED. An Agent to mako a thorough
canvass of Franklin County in bolialf of
lliat old and i pliable Life Insurance ppmpi(U',
The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford
Conn. Liberal terms to an active, energetic)
man. Address. N.G. AXTELL,
Peru, Clinton Co., N. Y,
General Agent for NorthernNow York and Ver
77ULL Suits iu largo variety
WM. N.SMITH, A CO.'S
SHIRTS and Drawers of all kinds now opening
at WM, N, SMITH, A $Q'H,
Y i 11-
mm j M55xj' .
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