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VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, A. PBIL 15 1S69
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALHAKS, VP.
TlllUISDAV, Aiuul 15, lSliii.
JkMIIVAI. OK 1'ANHKXUKIt 1IIA1SH.
From tliu South ami East, 5,18 a. in., 11,15 a.ln
6'From1iioU8u'B,'i,o?nt and Wcet, 7,20 a. m., 11,
50 a.m.. 0 CO j). m.
From Montreal, 11 15 a. in., CIS p. m.
DEI'AlVTtniK OK I'ASSENOEll TIIAI.N8.
For tltu South and East, 020, a. m., 12(1 in.,
7 20 p. in.
For House's Point and West, (103 a.m. 2 lo
For Montreal, 0 10 a. in., C 55 p. m.
DAILY AltntVAJ, OK STAG ES AT ST. A1.1IANS.
From Sweetsburgh and Franklin, 700 p. m.
From ltichford and Sheldon, 500 p. m.
From Sheldon, 10 00 a. m.
From Hakentiield, 11 00 a. m.
O.UI.Y Dtl'AHTUHE 01' STAOF.S KllOJt ST. AI.11ANS.
For Fraiil.liu and Swcelsburgh, 7 90 a. in.
For Sheldon anil ltichlord. 8 :10 a. in.
For Sheldon, 2 00 p. m.
For Uakci-stlild, 1 00 p. in.
Stages call at the several hotels in tonn. Stage
nlllciB at the Tremont House.
closing ok mi: MAILS.
MuilH lor Now Voik close at 5 00 a. in.
mid 7 00
Mails lor lloston close at .r a. in. and Hill) p.m.
MailH for Alhan v and the West close at ."i DO a.m
Mailt) for Canada elo-o at 5 1 0 a.m.
Southern and Northern way mail close al 3 (!0
MMIE V. M. 0. A. meets every Monday evening
L at their rooms over Win. N. Smith's Store,
Chaniplain Chapter No- H. A. M. meets the
third Wednesday ocniiig in eaoh month, at
their hall in Union block, Main Street.
Columbus Couneil No. 1, It. & S. M. meets the
M eond Wednesday evening in each month, at
their hall in Union Mock.
Franklin Lodge No. 1, F. A A. M., meets the
nist Wednesday evening in eaeh month at then
hall in Union lilock, Mam Street.
Emjlcsbv Lodge No. 81 F. A A. M. meet:; the
rourth Wednesday evening in eaeh month, at
their hall in Union llloek. Main Street.
Crystal Fountain, Temple of Honor No. 1 meets
i-verv Tuesday evening at their Hall in Ikrncs
llloek, Lake. Street.
St. Albans Lodge No ;W. 1. O. of U. T. meets
everv Fridav evening al their Hall in Karnes
llisilig Sun Lodge No. 8 I. O. orO. I meets
.-vurv Saturday evening, at St. Albans Hay.
St.' John the Baptist Benevolent Society (Ca
nadian) meets on the llrst and third Wednesday
evening of eaeh month at their hall over h. 11.
Tii Ail v i t lat i n. -The Viuimont Daily Th nh
eitli'T has thelargcht eireulation in St. Albans
and in Franklin County, or any daily paper, and
is on that account, if no other, the best medium
Oim Daily. Those wishing lo secure
copies of our daily paper can do so at
MerrincUVs and Baker's bookstores, as
well as of carriers, and at the oillee.
Copies of our weekly paper may also he
tiad ut these places.
A new Dry and Fancy Goods Store
is to he opened in Driscoll's Block, on
Luke Street, on Monday of next week.
Fraiiklht Comity C.mrf.
April Term, I Hull.
lion V. C. Wilson,
Hon. V. C. Stevens.
J Ion. John K. AVhitni
Tiiuksdav, April 15.
The case of O. A. Burton vs. the Town
of Franklin was continued to-day.
Thk Spring term of tlte Union Grad
ed School at Swanton Falls commences
in Mon luv of next week, under the
charge of Asa Sanderson, A. M.,
principal of Fssex Academy.
Hay is selling
in Irasburgh for a" 1:2
Axotuhk Candidate. A cones
i.ondcitt of the Butlaiid Jlcnihl wldr
the 'lame of Hon. Barnes Frisbie, cf
Poultney, to the long list of cond. dates
for Lieut. Governor. If there aro more
aspirants for the nice "trot' em out".
C'o.NSCiKNci: Fund. The .sum oi
5273 has h.en refunded to the Farmers'
Mutual Firn Insurance Company, tho'
Father D.iirluo. the Catholic. Priest
Appointments. Bobert V. Holley,
of Burlington, has been appointed Con
sal to the Barbadoes Islands.
Lewis Pratt has been appointed Posl
master at "Woodstock, vice Luther O
Henry Barlow has been appointed
Postmaster at Sp ringlield.
Mr. Holley was for two years a stu
dent at the Naval Academy at Annapo
lis, and at tho commencement of tho
war was appointed an Acting Master in
the Navy, and proved a faithful and
meritorious otllcar during tho war.
Our friend Greene who has been ro
tated out of the Woodstock ofllco litis
proved a good oUicial and given, so far
us wo can learn, satisfaction. Mis succes
sor, Mr. Pratt, is a wide awake Bepub
liciri, and doubtless will well discearge
tho duties of tho position.
Hyde Pakk. Clark Fish, Esq., and
family, of Hyde Park, have moved to
Simeon Gould, 1). N. Farrand, and
George Allen and their families hav
moved to Morristown.
Tho measles arc prevailing in this
.V little daughter of .lo.cph LuPitge, . f
Hyde Park, nine years old, was severely
injured while coasting with a party of
children, Monthly morning She was
overrun hy it sled full of hnger girls,
ind J. arlialiy fractured the large hone
of the right leg.
The 2rtw6(h'utc' says: The roads to
the North ofus'are nearly impassable.
On Sunday, some gentlemen, trying to
get to North Hyde Park, were obliged
to give it up and return.
Small hut Successful S .. ixdlinu.
The Rutland Jfcrakl says: "A
young man has just shown us a card on
which are photographed one hundred
faces, which lie got by complying with
omebody's request to " send one dollar
md get 100 beautiful photographs." It
is a very mean and cheap swindle. The
same concern also advertises lo semi
very cheap, e niniilic.i of Treasury
note.-', In a.iv amount, to suit, and on
onis great secrecy uj on the parties to
whom the proposition is made. It Is
best for the newspapers to expose all
these swindles, and yet it seems hardly
possible that many people can be bit'en
by I hi class of sharpers.
Ili itLiNOTON. A band has been organ
ized in Burlington under the name of
the "Queen City Cornet Band." Will
l'obcy, formerly of the Hincsburgh
band, is Leader; .1. B. llolmberg, Mu
sical Director : II. It. Wing. 15. W. Taft,
md Edward F. Lucas, Committee of
Organization; and 15. T. Page, Secretary
and Treasurer. Tho instruments man
ufactured by . I. Howard Foote of New
York, have arrived, and cost in the vi
cinitv of $700.
Flic list ( f assessments of internal
revenue in the city of Burlington, contains-
:i0."i names, and the whole amount
of taxes assessed for income, liccnsesand
uticles in the schedule, like watches,
cairiagcs, etc., is $21,GS0 03. The list of
18(58 contains. '!0S names, and the amount
issessed was$12,8G3 03; showing an in
crease of $S,81 7, which indicates the pros
perity of the "Queen City," and the
rapidity of its growth in business during
the past year.
The total annual returns of the llrst
issessors district, composed of the city
of and a few towns in the vicinity, will
reach, this year, between $23,000 ami
rhe following appointments of city
ollicers was made hy the Board of Al
dermen on Monday: George Fiancis,
School Commissioner for the south
ward ; W. (i. Shaw, Trustee of the U. S.
Depo.it Fund; Bev.J.E.Goodricli.Supt.
of Schools: L. B. Englesby, Street Com
missioner, to till a vacancy ; T. S. Whit
ewell, City Engineer, and Superintend
ent of Water-Works; Dr. W. B. Lund,
The salaries of the various city ollicers
were nxeel as loiiows: iMayor, scuu;
City Clerk, $430 ; Overseer of Poor, $ 130 ;
City Treasurer, $000; City Engineer,
and Superintendent of Water-Works,
$1,200; Health ofllccr, $200; Superin
tendent of Schools, $1,000.
. -O .
X UXXATUltAL MOTllKlt. The
Hvde Park jfcwsclcnlcr relates the fo.l-
Mrs. Mary Ives, of this town, wife of
Bodney Ives, but living separate from
her husband for nearly three years past,
has been, during the p.ist fall and win
ter, in the employment oi several lami-
lies in the rsortn-west partot tins town,
doing housework. She was dismissed
from the family of Merrill Hall, a few
weeks since, under suspicion of being
enceinte, which suspicion, however, she
imliuuautiy repelled, one went to ah.
Thomas Whitcomb's, a widower, wliete
she had also lived during the past sum
mer. On the 2d inst., her manner be
came so strange that it attracted tlie no
tice of Mr. Whitcomb's little girl; and
during the day she left the house and to
the barn. Thinking it strange that slie
should be so long absent, the little girl
WJiit out to tho barn, and found Mary,
as she desciibes it, " in the hay, poking
round with a pitchfork." Upn being
asked by the little girl what she was
doing, she replied that she was " trying
to poke that dead duckout." The little
uirl commenced to climb up the ladder
on lo the hay-mow, when he heard the
iaint erv oi a child in tlie nay. friie
jumped down very quickly, and accost
e I Marv in about these words : " Mary
you've got a child down there, and if
you hurt it, I'll scream murder, and
call the neighbors." Mary denied t lie
soft impeachment, and kept on poking
with tlie pitcnioric, but tnoijtflo neroine
was resolute. She called her sister, find
Mary was compelled to take up tho child,
which she did by rudely seizing it by
tho throat, and quite a largo patch of
skin was left on the ice where it lay.
One of the little girls took oil' her skirt,
and wrapping the child tin, carried it lo
the house. It is said to be a very line
bov. and is now doing well in tho arms
of its loving mother, though the Ijpger-
inarks aro not yet quite gone from us
What the int 'litions of Mary were to
ward her child can hardly admit of a
doubt. Wo cannot dilate upon the in
cidentsof tlie unnatural mother's con
duct in win allair, foumco jt to say
they wero harrowing and disgusting in
A choice lot of Siberian Seed Wheat
for sale. Black Sea Wheat. Hungarian
Seed Qats, Nova Scotia Plaster, Brad
ley's J'hospiiato ot Liiino, nay Keed,
Clover Seed, Northern and Wcrtorn
Corn. Oats. Buckwheat, fce. as usual
Choice brands of Flour arriving, and
on hand, worth from $.7 to $11 pur bb),,
,1 r .... t .1. ,11 1 , l.l a
an oi wnicn win ou som at a smaii an
vanee. Call and examine.
S. C. NOBLE,
Bt, Albans, Feb 1st, 1609. d&wtf
s I'. AI.UA! tlAUIC I'.T- April. 15, lol'.
" dried, per lb
llRAXH, per bushel
llfrrr.it, per lb
ColtN, per bushel
Coiin Mi:.u., per ewt
Eons, per dozen
" double extra
I . (I 'i to
!1 tl'l fit il 5
1 (II) 1 2 i
'1 f.0 il '2 "()
V!3 (il :in
7 (Hi 'H U I'll
11 II hi co
lli t Hi 0
I I 0 t 1 .' 0
ll! I 'l. '!. 1
0 (10 7(1
J 111) li 5
.11 I), in Id 0
(0 lit) Ul
II c IS
oil . 70
bU u 100
1 I li fo 1 'Zj
45 .1 05
4 oil S 00
Oiias" Sri i), p v bushel
II U, per ton
Lvui). tier lb
Oath, i er bushel
Com;, mess. ...
I'or.uons. ner bushel. . .
' 1 tin; s island
Wool, pur II). . .
XUW VdlilC AIAKICi:,l,f-.'l I
litmiti'il p'jiiw.'i fuv the TiiANseiiliT hy Vim
Altai ';(.., Xrtc 1 o)7.-.
Asnr.s 1' ils
.il (ili at" 7"i
. 0 12 i !) 2.)
. 2 AO a 2 80
. 2 7.1 2
Hi: vnii, per bush.
llfriF.it, per l
N. Y. Tub...-.
llolls ill cloth
Cur.i:si:, per II
Loos, per d ..
v res li
Alacuerei, .mi. i
.17 75 a 21 75
.11 CO a 15 00
. C, 25 a 7 25
Fuif it Muai., per bbl.
5 511 a
(I 5 ) a
(1 70 a
, 0 0(1 a
5 00 a
OuAi.v, ner bush.
. 1 50 a 0 00
. 7:1 a 77
. 2 17 a 0 00
. 2 00 a 0 0(1
.11 00 a 15 00
Hay, per ton.
Laud, per II).
M;U'S por lb.
1'oTATons. per bbl.
2 50 a
2 00 a
PottlriiY, )er lb.
Provisions, per bbl.
.uess, old '
lleef, plain mess
'' extra mess
.:!0 75 a Ml 00
.ai 00 a ai 50
.11 00 a 10 0(1
.12 00 a 18 00
Clover, per lb
Timothy, per bush
a 37 a
Wool,, per lb.
l'l.OUlt The market the past week was fair
ly active for Western and State grades, espe
cially lor the lower brands. This week tho
market opens dull and with decline in price, and
is heavy to-day.
llvo Hour is armor.
Corn meal is scarce and wanted.
CHAIN' WHEAT, the latter part of the week
was moru active, with fair demand. Winter is
livid lirmer and is wanted.
Oats aro iirm but lower.
live is lower, but unsettled.
ll'lITTElt Tlie market for old butter is dull ;
wn b:ive bad arrivals from iioston. lSaltimoro
and Canada, which havo reduced prices. New
butter is arriving quite freely.
CllEESL-Tlio demand ioroid is so ngiu mai
holders have not advanced their rates, though
tho slock is much reduced.
EGOS Tho market has had a lluetiiation in
prices of about 10c. To-day tho market is ir
Urtsseil I'ollltry lieeeipis ugni aim prices
LIVL STOCK MAKKKT.
lll.M.' Vl.'v! Itnnniuta fliiw wfplr unusually
large, not only of P.ceves, but of Sheep.
Calves and Hogs, which produced a decline of a
COWS Arrivals aro limited but tho quality ot
tho stock is bo noor that there islittle demand.
SHEEP Market is greatly improved; prices
are higher, and demand good.
VEALS -Anivals aro nioro free of both live
ai d dressed, and tendency is downward.
utl-IVI.' 'I'lu. .n.i....tt uli.Mi.frfn.fnp Until liv.i
Oil J..1 - X ,U 11.11. ..... ..3 n.iunrv. ....
and dressed ; arrivals largo.
ItOS'i O.V MAltKKT-April 7.
FLOL'll -The demand for Hour has improved,
and wo notice a lirmer market, but without
much improvement in prices'. Tho low grades
havo been in very fair demand for tho Provinces
at 2jc. advanco, and fall ground white wheats
aro more sought alter,
GltAlN' 'lliero has been a fair demand for
corn, but prices continue to rule low. The
sales havo been some 50,000 bushels, at D5e to
OSc for Southern and Hesterii yellow, closing at
H7c. Western mixed at 8Sc to 93c ; and white
:il S7 lo fcSe.
Oats are duil and have been in moderate de
mand, at 75c to 80c for common and prune.
PiKJUrt'E h'ltt. r remains about the same,
and eholco grades aro very onareo and wanted,
while poorer qualities aro not so much souu'ht
lor. Sales havo been at -10 to 18c for New York
and Vermont dairies, and 30 to 10c for common
and fair. Canada has been selling at 30 to 10c,
as to quality.
Cheese is llrni and has '.lecn in demand ; sales
at 20 to 21c.
Whjto lioans continue in moderate demand ;
sales at 3 li2 to 2 75 fill' common and good ; and
3 50 to a 75 for extra,
Canada peas aro dull, al 1 51' lo 2 lor common
Potatoes hao been in fair demand, with
sales at 75 to 8(1 for Jackson Whites.
Onions aro lirmer, and have been belling at 75
Eggs have been in f.ii. demand, at 20o lo jIc
Poultry and other articles remain about the
WOOL Some fow lOU'ld lots of domestic hao
been taken the past week, and tho aggregate
sales have bceu fair, but witli a tight money
niaikct and a limited demand for goods, most
manufacturers are purchasing only in small
lots, and consequently thcro im a dull tono in
tho market, Piices remain tho same, with
sales for tho week of 350.000 lbs of llceco and
pulled, at 13c to &8ofir common lleeco to choice
uek.lool: Pennsylvania, and from 8'lo lo 570 for
No. l and choice super pulled, In Toxaa wool,
salts of fl0,0i'0 lbs. have been piailo on private
terms. In foroign, sales of 21,00.) Ibu of MoxU
can, at 20o ; and 350 bales of Capo Douskoi and
Mediterranean, at lull prices.
rpiIE STORK at my roulile
P 0. KMl'J
St. AlUr.s, Apiil 13, llsGO
XIC WAD 'Ell TISKM EN TS.
17U)U the better accommodation of the public,
. the subscriber has secured tho services of
several expeiienced l'ulntn-s, f lazier and
lu per Ilu i-s. With a fair sharo of public
pilroniiKo lie is determined to heep tho best
worliiiiR (,'aii( of mechanics in the County.
Let it bo remembered that he employs none
but experienced workmen and men it fcteady
If you want a painter, don't forget the place;
.Shop on Lake Stiect, opposito the. Foundiy;
licMdcliee east of Aendeinv, on IUkIi Street.
house, Carriage and fcljjn Painter.
St. Albans, Vt., April 12, IKd'J. -t(lw-20l
I will pasture the oomiiiK summer thirty or
forty C(is on the Whittemore Hill pasture
heietofore ooeuiiied by A. M. Clark, at ten col
lars a Cow for the season. Good running water
at all times in sai l p.isture
St. Albans, Apiil 12, lrtR'J. t!lw-2iil
rpill-j nubseiibers havilit; disposed of their
.L stock and inte'est in tho Stove and Tin
Waie Trade in St. Albans, would (jive notice
that all accounts must be settled without delay.
Mr. Nash will remain at the old stand until the
I5th inst., to bottle accounts, and alter that day
thev will be passed into tho hands of a lawyer.
NASH ,t nilOWN.
St. Albans, Apiil 5, 180'J. (!t2-2fi:)
"lOlt a new Hat or Cap go into the
No. 2 DARROW BLOCK,
L. McD. SMITH k Co.
IS hereby given that the books for receiving
subscriptions for shares of tho capital
stock in the National Trust Company, charter
ed by tho General Assembly of the State of Ver
mont, and approved November l'Jth, 18B8, will
lie opened at the banking rooms of tho Ver
mont National Hank, in St. Albans, on Tuesday,
the ltli day of May, 1809, and continue open
from 10 o'clock .-1.111. till -1 o'clock p.m., each lay
Sundays excepted for the spaco of ton days,
and thereafter until 0110 thousand shares shall
The subscribers Hhall, at the time of sub
scription, deposit with tho Commissioners, ten
dollars on each sharo bv them subscribed.
St. Albans, April Jst, 1809.
Wort illusion C. Smith,
Ili'iulloy H111 low,
George li. limit,
Horatio X. Ilurbvr,
AMI O. llialinnl,
Mil ni 11 A. Seymour,
t LiiM itiu' lira liiiid, Jr.,
1 Stuvart St raiialiaii,
.Toll 11 W . Aieivton,
Guy C. Noble,
.Toll 11 C. Fariar,
.T0I111 J. IJiirtit'tis,
t2"l-tillMa George G. Smith.
FINE assortment of
just received at IV". 'i IJurrow llloek.
L. McD. SMITH .V Co.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
HL. SAMSON .t CO. havo this day dis-
solved co-partnership. All accounts set
tled by H. L. Samson.
II. L. SAMSON,
Hf-2.V.) E. J. SAMSON.
HL. SAMSON and S. 11. JIOltGAN. Jr.,
have this dav formed a Co-partnership
under the name of II. L. SAJISON it CO.
Mrrch 8, 1SG9. ftf 259
STORK, STOCK, KIXTl'RICS, and GOOIJ
WILL of a first class
DRY GOODS STORE.
Host location in town, 011 Main St 1 eel, oppo
site tho Park,
Also, our place of residence, on England St,
For further particulars inquiro of
ttf-250 1S11ECK & WETHEHUE E .
t HOUSE and lot of land consisting of six
SX. acres, situated about a mile and a quarter
west of tho Depot in St. Albans. Tho buildings
are nearly new and in good repair. There is a
fruit orchard of about fifty young tree, and the
laim is 111 kouii si.ue 01 cultivation
For further particulars apply to
.TMtr.252 li. F. HUGO.
rnilH subscriber offers for salo the TllEMONT
i HOUSE, in St. Albans : said house is in
good repair mid capable of accommodating two
iiunureii persons. ior np-uicr particulars en
quiro at tlio house.
St. Albans. Feb. 9. 1809. f255-tf
4 LAltGE lot of NEW GOODS jtiht received
CASH CLOTHING STORE
H Of 2 DAAfiOW BliOOK,
1 MoD. SMITH & Co.
An Old Establishment
Tlr.YRVlX & HUT'I'K U Kl 13 U I havirn; Dili
cliased tho SAS1J D0OU and W.lND
.Maniifaaloiy Kjlabliahrnmit, nt Swanton, of S.
V, lllacknian, nvo iiropared to pontinuo lliobusi.
I uess 111 an iu nrauciieii. a iiui stoci; is uepi on
baud constantly, and sash doors, blinds and
I mouldings of the latest and most approved pat.
! terns made to order. Particular attention paid
to nianutaeiuriiig iiouse-iinisiiing lnireriais,.
I Give us a call : satisfaction iuarantced.
T. 1). MA11VIN,
C. H. llU'lTEHFUiLD.
Hwaiilon, March 2fl, 18GU. t2B2tf
ClLO'l'IUNlL CLOTHINoT" CLOTHING
The largest Stock of Clothing, Hals and Caps
and Furnishing Goods over ollered for salo jn
VcyuiORt, is nov opi-T.yd 5t
VM, N. SMITH, 4 GO'S,
xuir ad VEirrrsiiMicxrs.
HOUSE AND LOT containing ONE-HALF
ACHE of land, on corner of Lake and
Gravel Streets, in St. Albans Village. Inquiro
St. Albans, April C, 1SC.I. j2w271
St, Albans Marble Works.
rPHE subscriber would respectfully announce
JL to Hie Citizens of Franklin County that ho
has opened a
in St. Albans, on Centre Street, a few diors
west of It. llrainerd's Drug Store, and is pre
paaed to furnish Kortlj;ii and I. ltu-stlr
Miti-lile Monuments, Tomb Ktontu, and ill
short, utryllilim connected with the busi
ness, at reasonable inices, and satisfaction
given or no pay required.
Pel sons wisliing to erect memorials to de
parted friends will do well to call before pur
L. A. llllOYYNISLL.
St. Albans, Match 31, 1 H(i9, t2C2tr
AUSTIN & CO.
GREAT ONE DOLLAR SALE,
"ITTILL bo issued and ready for Agents and
V y customers on and after April 20th, con
taining the largest and most liberal Exchange
and Premium Lists ever i"8iied.
Agents of Clubs of Thirty and upwards, will
havo their premiums increased one-fourth wh'iii
all tho cheeks aro returned. Work for u. and
ire irdl teorkjor you.
Agents wanted everywhere. Circulars sent
AUSTIN & CO.
32 A 3(1 Federal, and 107, 111, 113 Congress Sta.
110STON, MASS. f2Gl-l
BAILEY'S BUTTER TUB.
Hoston, Dec. 18, 18C8.
A. It. Baii.ky, Dun Sin :
The time has eoino when tho advantages of
your tub aro apparent ; nearly all that wo aro
receiving (unless lato fall or winter make) is
slrony on top which would not bo the case if put
up in your tub. If there aro any nieo dairies in
your vicinity put up in your tub you may pay C
cents per lb. more for them than for Summer
dairies put up 111 tlio old stylo tuu. 111 lact wc
don't want any Summer dairies at any nrico in
tlio old tubs. Wo can buy common butter hero
lower than you can up there. We think Poul
try is dull Hub week, can't tell how it may bo at
uiristmaB. lours truly
SAMUEL JJIGELOW A CO.
251-tf 23 North Market Street.
21,000 Dairy Skins,
10,000 Veal Skins, .
100 Tons "Old Bones,"
A ti "Rrvtro to Pjcfc "P all the OLD 130NES
4UU JjO Vb in Franklin County. We will
pay $15 per ton cash. Farmers can savo 10 conts
paid to a .ents by selling their DAlltY SKINS to
We arc IIKAD QUARTERS on SKINS and
Remember tho nlaco
Old Tin Shop 2 doors north of the American
MrGOWAN it CO.
St. Albanu, lob. 15, 18G9. t257-Cni
Good Dairy Farm
IOIt SALE IN MOIIIUSTOWN, within one
? half milo of Morristown village.
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land, sixty acres cleared, and the remainder
Four hundred Sugar or Maple trues, with Sap
M'nl.u n.wl U....O.. ITtr.xuilu
A young Apple Orchard of about 150 trees,
mostly in bearing.
House 30 x 10. 111 irood renair. with uood cel
lar. Darn 32 x (il, with cellar under the whole
and in good repair, llunning water at house
and barn, and pastures well watered.
Forty tons of hay cut from twenty acres will
bo sold with tho farm if desired.
Seven Cows, 5 yearling heifers, 16 sheep, and
a span 01 good wont iioi-flcswiu no sold witli tlie
place it desired, and all larming tools.
All to bo sold verv cheap for cash.
W. II. POWEltS,
Morristown, Aug. 15, 18GS.
t GOOD FABK situated partly in tho
X- Town ot ShelUcld ami partly in the Town
of TVhrplook, in tho County of Caledonia, about
one mile from tho Villages 111 each of said Towns,
and only six miks from tho now machine shops
011 tho Pass. It. It, in Lyndon,
Said Farm consists or 13(1 acres of good land,
100 acres cleared, with a good sugar orchard ot
1,000 young thrifty trees, a fine apple orchard
and good farm buildings, consisting of a house,
barn, corn house, sheds, and sugar house.
There is a good stream of water to the houso
and barn, and a cellar under the entire barn. It
has an east cant, and the Roil is ouick and warm.
being well adapted to corn and wheat. Price
low, for I am bound to sell. Terms easy. In
quiio of the subscriber at Harton, Orleans Co.
Vt. W.M. W. GHOUT.
Also for sale, a HOUSE and 20 acres of
laud situated in Wlieelock, about threo miles
Also, set of good buildings, villi 0110 aero of
laud, 111 uariiwtcii. uqulre as above, t-U2-tt
C ACK COATS FOlt SPUING, go to
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
( O TO WM. N. SMITH & GO'S for ynur Fal
jtj ana winter uiotinng,
"IJY recent eiiaclments of Congress, all Sol-
XA "era who navo served tnrco years ami nave
received out iou uouiuy troiu tuu united mates,
or who, uuviug euiihieu lor uircu years, w ere ins
charged in oonsoquenco of wounds, and tho wid
ow, children, or parents of any soldier who en
listed foi three years, under a promise of only
f 100 bounty, and who died in tho service, aro en
titled to an additional bounty of -ONE HUN-
UltEl) DOLLAUS I
All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or
foot, or havo incurred disability equivalent to
tno loss 01 nana 31- loot, are entitled to a large
increase of pension.
All pensioned widows of soldiers or suilors are
entitled to an ''".iprcaapd pen.sip.ii of two dollars
permotpn Kireacii cuiiii uniior sixicpn years 01
Claims of the above nature, and for arrears ol
pay, ollicers' extra pay, for horses lost in the U.
S. 'servico, commutation of rations of prisoners
qf war and prizo nipuey, will ho promptly prose
opted by application iiv lottor, enclosing dis-
uiiaigoituiu Hurvieu, win 00 aiteiiueu to unit 1110
necessary papers returned to piicant ror sig
natures, Ao. E. A. SOWLES,
Ollieo over the First Natloual Dank,
St. Albans. Aug. 17th,18CC. 125-tt
fOOJ, S0A1IFS of every description, Justjre
ceived al w.H. ft. H.Milll. & CO o.
ENT'S SHAWLS Just roceived
at WM. N. SMITH, ,t CO,
VEHCOATS of all Unda
WM. fl.HMlUl, A- CO o.
?EW Stylo ot Fall and Winter Cana just re-
ceiveu ai wju, .naiixii, a uo a,
f hrlhe Vmiwnt Tranncritt.
New Voiuc, lctb.
Atlmlf past 11 o'clock Inst, tiltrht. n
very large meteor of a brilliant green
color, suddenly burst upon the atmos
phere at n point 30 degrees S. S. W. of
the planet Mars, being vertically about
m degrees w. by K. horizon.
Last evening a match of 300 points,
rencli carom, between Frank Fitch.
of Troy, and Wm. Viclt, of Brooklyn,
for $1,000, was played at O'Connor'
1 mi 1
imiiiini rooms. There were In all 147
innings. Tlie highest run by Fitch, 10;
hy AVick, 13. Fitcli led tlie way all
through, and won by 75 points.
James M. Billings, head of tlie well
known linn of Hillings, C!iafico & Co.,
died at ills residence, on Madison Ave
The British Postmaster General lias
received an intimation from John
Burns that, as the Cunard contract has
been ratified, two powerful screw steam
ships, of upwards of 3,000 tons burden
eacn, specially adapted for tlie require
ments of the North American mail ser
vice, have been contracted for. These
vessels arc to be named Abyssinia and
St. Louis, 15th.
People from New Mexico, and army
ofllcers from tlie Plains say, thev anti
cipate the worst Indian war this sum
mer ever known.
Tlie Indians aro concentrated. They
will sell their skins, get their anm,
ammunition and powder, and when the
grass is strong, about July, they will
make a general warfare on the white
A grand banquet is to bt; given toGeu
Schofield in this city, on Saturday, on
the occasion of his assuming tho com
mand of this Department. Gens. Sher
iday, Custer and others will be present.
London, 15th p.m.
Consols, 038 J 5-20s, 81J ; Erie 24 ; 111
A Sydney, New South Wales, letter,
dated Feb. 4th, states that the natives
of the South Sea Islands had taken up
arms against the slave traders, and Ave
or six of tlie crew of the Prima Donna,
who touched at the island of Velna.had
been driven off with loss.
A small white colony is reported to
have been massacred.
St. Louis, 15th.
Judge Prim, of tlio Criminal Court,
yesterday declared an opinion in the
case of Capt. R. Donaldson, whose
counsel had moved a discharge, on the
ground that threo terms of tho Court
had passed since his indictment, and
that under law further action could not
proceed against him. Tlie Judge de
cided against the motion, and remanded
Donaldson to jail.
Atchison, Kansas, 14th.
The Lnnd Commissioner of the Cen
tral Branch of tho Pacific R. R. reports
the sale of over 1,000,000 acres of laud
during the month of March, and that
the sales this month aro nearly double
tlioso of the same time in March.
Wheat promises a large yield.
5 -20s, '02
Sixes, '81 110
10-40 coupons 105J
Currency 0's 103)
Premium Early Rose Potatoes.
50 cents por pound.
HARHXSON'S only (4,00 per DM., and
1 It. Hose freo, '
O. O. WAIT.
-Uw West aeoi-jju, Vt.
jyO not fail to call at tho
and examine the new arrival of Snrini; St vie
Clothing. 1 b
L. McD. SMITH Jk Co.
"I O WM. N. SMITH li CO'S for your paua
Of allUiuds, just received at
WM. N. SMITH, A OO.
riUIE heit utoolt of Clothing in tho State lust
X received at WM. N. SMITH, A CP'S.
BOYS CLOTHING ofall kinds lust received
at WM, N. SMITH. & CO'S
Gl O TO WM. N. SMITH 1c CO'S for your
T Ulael; Sack Coats.
CALL and see the best Slock of Clothing,
Hats and Cans and Furnishing Goods in thy
State, at WM N. SMITH, A CO.
J3APEH COLLAltS and CUFFS of all Kinds of
at Win. N. SMITH, A CO',
a AO FAllMEltS AND OTHEUS. The suhscrib.
. ers having urchasod and fitted up iu good
order, tlio Wuok'll Mill at Swunton Falls, for
merly known as 1'latt'a Factory, are now pre.
pared to manufacture Cloths or Yarn for cus
tomers, or exchango the same for wool, A lib
eral sharo of patronage solicited, and satisfao
N. 11, Olllco in south end of Factory, where
may bo found the hooka and accounts of the lata
arm of Piatt A liiukloy.
219-tf MEIGS A 1HNKLEY.