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ST. ALBAJSTS, VT, TJ I U'RSDAY. MAY, 13, 1869.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
Pl'HLISHKO EACH P.VKNIXO.
"erii, llarne' Mock, Litki-St.. .V. Mbaii, Vt.
N !'. Davis, J'roprhlur uiul Ettitur.
i i ear, in ad ance,
Mx mouths, in advance
1 hrce months, in advance
, up month, in advance . .
Adveitiseuients Hhnnld bo handed In as early
i the morning of the day nf their intended pub
1 j i -
BARNES A CROWLEY, Dcalem in Groceries
and West India Uoods of every description,
Mai lies Niw Block, l.-iltt Stn et. St . Mlian-., Ver
in, ml. -I'-tl
11 ni.IAKl) t'VHRINGTON
Vl t'oiuihillor at Law and Solicitor
II S. lbivci
BAll.KV. DAA IS V ADAMS, COUNSEL
()l!s Vl'LAW and Solicit,, v.- ill Cham-el v.
Onicc in I hum llloek. M. Allmii-. t. '.7-tt
v n. nut t v , rvr.uhvvs. n. . aim.
I ti. l!LAimi:LL, Altoi m v A Counsellor ai
1, Law and Solicitor In Clniliccrv. mil
dllice ovi r the lot Ullice, Camluidgc, Vl.
4 SAHEL S. 1 1 HI'., Dealer
. Family Grocei it , Harrow
nan, V, mini t.
in all Kind- of
llloek, st. Al
J(i:i Oil. W. TtllllAll.T, Physician and Sur
geon. Graduate of the F'hiwTaity of Ver.
, limit. Office: l"ail field strict, over Mesrs-Ulitindcir-
Cli.thing lk-it-i. I7-1
IjK.NTOX t WII.SOX, Attorneys at Law,
" and Siili.'ilois in Chfthcciv. Office in No-
,. h .nv liloeK, fit. .Mimns v i,
, j. nlurlv in 1'ratil lin, Orb an.'
i. ( . nr.Nio.N,
. and Lamoille
W. II. VWI.MI.S.
f i I I. .11 A X. I) 13 X T 1ST. Ollice in t he
KINGMAN ItLOCK, Main St., opposite the
('(ihL'i-ce-.tional Church, l-it.
ii. ji (idWAx. ii:x'risT.--onicii
,.owr Nead ami juiitiik inig i
-1. Albans, Vt. -n
LOll AT A No Agnit
ass lln lirmicc roiupanics, una iim
ild.cjti' pay, Ac.
Olhci over UVel,.' store.
.-v A. HO WI.Kfe, Attorney and Counsellor at
!.. Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Ollice over
I'n I Nfttidii.il Until;, St. Albans, Vl.
i' S..- Will attend to Collections, and motecute
l lahns against tlie Unhid States for An ears of
I'.iy, or!!. unity to SoMnis, Widow V and Invalid's ;
l'i iiMons, Ac, Ac. :i-tf !
IfllAUllSO.N'S I'RTltUE GAI.I.KIIV,
XV Main, opposite Hank Street, St. Albans,
Vt., (I'p Stairs.) Open all hours of the day,
(Sundays excepted.) All tin; latest styles of pio-
iires made at this Gallery. Albums and t'lc
ilie l'lamch, Stereoseopic .Mid card Pictures, of
cruiont Sceiierv. all at low prices. Call early
-nd often ' T. O. MCIIAKDSON,
117-,, l'roprietoi .
XOIlWltTI, JM-actieal Steam and
(i.is Fitter, lirat-s and Iron Ciooils of, very
description, for fcteani, water, and gas. duns
and locks repaired, and keys fitted, Ac.
sj. Albans, Vt. 17:)-ly
I.-IVllUAK IlKOTIH-.KS, lltOS Ml'i:
Dealcio in Nails, (ihsu, Oils, Paints, Agiiclil
t ir.ii Pools, which wo oiler at a low cash l'.guie.
Corner Lake and Main streets.
Albans, Maich Hi, ISO I. I-tl
OIAlll,i:s WVMA.V, dealer ill Fine Watch
es, Clocks and Jewelry, Sterl ng Silver anp
Silver Plated Ware. Fancy (ioodh ill gieat vil
li, 'tv. Watch l'.cp.iiiing and Engrav ng. St.
Albans, Vt. 10.1
RC. POST CO., dealers in Dry Hoods
, and choice Family C,i-ocetic Corner ot
' tain And Fail Held Street , St. Albans, Vt. 117
it. c. rosr, i.. i INKS.
i ' ' '
jIEPiIOAN HOUSE, P.ichrord. Vt., Jerry H.
A Svveatland Proprietor. This Housu is locat
ed in the cchtie of the village, near the Custom
House. Poat-Ollico and Mill. KW-ly
Solicitors in Chancery,
, Lake Stieet
St. Vlbana v I.
'i. . Svrroui).
EK-IIAHIl SMITtl, Healer in Drugs. Patent
Jl b 'iues Dve StullV, Hooks, Siationei y,
Ac, A c.
llichtord, Vt. Dec, lsiM.
MP. PEPiLEY A CO., Dealers in Di ugs and
. Medicines, Dye Stuffs. Hooks, Stiltiohc
rv, Vanl i e Notions, Ac, Ae, A eho ee stoek of
Oroceries of all kinds in our new ston .
25H-t-tf Hank llloek, Sheldon, Vt.
rr.oi'i'.n.ioi! of 'Uii.
P,7 st. .vtr.Ni, vr.
(!. M. PIKPiCF. Cu;iik.
HORACE P. HALL, M. D.
(Late of the Army, Ac.,)
Has icturned to St. Albans, and may be lound
for the presunt at tho Ainericaii Hotel.
len ticular attention ia iit to Op.
erntive Sursery. IW-ly
AV1D CPiAWFOllD, Hook Hinder and
Jylllank Hook Manufacturer,
Kingman Block, St. Albans, Vt.
Hook Hindiug in every stvh) from the cheapest
to tho niHst costly, and all dono in a thorough
Deo. 30 1807 ISCniO
On tht American awl J-.'urofioi l'tan, '
Cor. Hctdtniau k Nassau Sts.,
Xtui- flly Hull I'aik, New Voih.
(lEOltGE WIGHT, Proprietor.
N. H.- Located in the very heart of tho whole
sale business, this is ono of tho moit conveni
ently located lloti.ls for Merchants, Husincss
mcii and others viiting the city. 257-0m
THE ALLEN H0USE7
Coiner of Church and Main Streets,
Conimodioiht yards and stables for tho accom
limitation of transient horsiK an connected
with this house.
Horses and earmge furnished on applica
tion at tho ollice.
ROLUX I'EASn. (,. W. C VATEE,
11 AIL 110 ADS.
VKltMO.T "CKXTJIAli AND SUM.! VAX
CommohCinR Nov. 30. 1808.
TitAtxa ootxn koi'th asc :ast
Leave St. Albans at G.2'1 A. in., I2.(i: noon,
and 7.20 n. in. , , ,
Mail Train leaven St Albans at (,:2U a.ni., and
connects at llnrliiiL-lmi with Untl.i id 1 oad, at
White ltiver Junction and llellow.- l alls with
trains for Uoston, Worcester. SpriiiKtield, and I
with trains on l'nusumiisic It 11., arrives at New
Vork at 10:13 p.m. '
DnvExprcHs leaves .Montreal at 9;10 n. m., bt.
John's at 10:00 a. ni., OKdonsbnrgh at 7;Uj p.m.,
iodge at Malou- leave 7:15 a.m., Houses limit
10: IS a. m.. for ltoston, Ac., arrivinp in llouton,
via. Lowell at lC:!10t. ni.
N'lflit llxprcHS leae ORdetisbiirKh at lt:;.0a.
in., jlontteal at 3:!10 p. m.. lloteV Point at o.lC ,
P. in., St. Johns at l;Jo p. m., arihins at Uoston
at 8.40 a. in., connecting at Uellojyri 1 alls with
Cheshire lload for llonton and Worcester and
with Vermont Vallev Ilailroad for Spi iiiijili-iil, Ac.,
and arriin in N't v. Vork at 12,30 p. in.
rii.MNh i.oimi Noiini ami vvr.sT.
lea St. Alb, ms for Montreal at 11:10 a. hi.. 1
ami ll:.V)p. in. 1'or House's I'oint, 0;,'densbnrf;h i
and the '-.- at (:(- a. m., and 2:I"i and (1..V1 ,
' Day Impress hae l!,i.-toii vili. Lowell S.'M a,
l:t. fin- Ittirlihutuli, St. Albans, Uontieal.
deiivbin irli and West.
."tail Train leaves JbisKiii via Lowell, at ,:0)
a. in..ia l.awr. iice and l'itchbnrf,' at ".:',) a. in..
Spritu'lield at 7:l" m., fov Hnrliiif'ton, and'
St. Alban-. , . , , '
Acciimiodatimi 'iraii' leae.- Northtield .t;
7:1., a. m., for I'nrliimtmi, Hntlaiid, St. AllmiiM,
ilonsc'.s Point. I
Sight lAplesa leaves llellows lalls at lO.lOp, i
tn., r(ciiiii,' iia-t-eiiKcrs from Verniont Valley
Ilailroad, lcuwiik' New Voik at 1-2.15 p. m., and
from Cheshire Ilailroad, leaving lioston at o:.,0
p. in., connecting at White ltiver Junction with
(rain leaving Huston at 5:tl(l p. in., fm-Hurling-1
l,m, l!ou-oV Point. Monti eal and Ogdenslmrgh,
eoniieetiin: with (itaml 1 TlillK iram.s lor jne
' Sleeping cars arc attached to both the nighl
l.prcs trains miming between St. Albans anc
Huston, and St. Albans and Springfield.
Through tickets for Chicago and the Wert fol
bale at the principal stations.
(i. MLT.KILL, Sup.
St. Allium Nov. ). lWH.
I'TI.AXl A XI) HUIUjIXCJTUX AMI I
On and after lec. 2d, 1HH7, tram- wi'l
! :s follow H, 'i7. :
MOVIXlt KOl'Tlt AM) KAsr.
I Leave Hui.igton at 8:30 a. in., l:3.'i p. in.
! 0:13 n. in. Arrive-at Itutland at 11:25 a. m.
! p. in. 8:00 a. in. 12.50 a. in.
. . ii .. .. , .i i .it ... I ..... . t
l.eav 0 llliuauii ai i;ou u. in., i;iu in. iinin
Hellows Tails at 7:10 and 2:20 p. in., A' 3:25 a.
Leave HcllowM l'alls at 7.50 a. in., 2:23 p. in.
3:30 a hi. Arrive at Hrattleboio' at 8:5:1 a. in.,
3:20 p. in., 1:27 a. hi.
JlOVl.NO OUl'lt A Nil VM
ave Jiiattlthoro' at ii:uo a. ni
1:13 A-0:00 y.
hi. Arrive at Hellows X'nlls
it 12:00 in., and
5:40 and 0:55 p. in.
Leave Hellows Falls at l'J.'t." p. in., 5:15 p. in.
10.00 p. m. Arrive at Hiltluml at 0:10 p. hi.,
'.1:00 p. in. I2::r, a. in.
Leave ltutlahd.lt 0.00 a. hi., 1.20 p. 111., !!.20
p. in. I::"i0 a. m. Arrive at Hurlington at 0:15 a.
in.. 1:25 p.m., ami 0.15 p. in. 1.15 a. m.
TllAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS :
r,Q- At Hurlington with floats on La!:i Chani
plaiii and Vermont Central and Vermont and
Canada llaihoads, for Montpelicv, St. Albans,
Itouse'h Point, Montreal, Ogdeiihburgh, ami the
West. At Piiitland with trains for Troy, Albiny
and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady,
and the West. At Hellows J ails with trains on
Cheshire. Ilailroad tor Fitclibiirgh, Worcester,
Lowell, and lioston. With Vt. Valley Ilailroad,
for HrattU boro', Springlkld, Haitlord, New Ha
ven, and New York 'mil with Sullivan ilailroad
fur Windsor, White ltiver Junction, Wells ltiver,
St. Jolinsbury, Newport, Littleton, and tho
Passengers for the West will find this a cheap,
pleasant, and expeditious route.
FOlt TICKETS, and all necessary information,
euouire at the Offics on the line.
w -tf. iiKO.A. MHKIULL. Suut.
Cj OUTIIIJK.V h.xii.uuaoT
WINTER AIlllAtVI OKMJSN r-1808-0.
On and after Dec, 180S, Passenger Trains will
i mi as follows :
i i'w vui) nuiNs;.
Day E.i..'5B Train leaves Concord a 10.05 a.
in., lor Wbito liiver function, connecting with
trains for Montpdier, Hurlington, House's Point.
Montu in, itc, and with Ogdeuslmrgh and Grand
Trunk linilroads, for the West.
Accommodation Train leaves Concord at 10.10
a. in., tor White liiver Junction, connecting with
train for Wells Jtivcr.St. Johnshury,Hartoii, New
port, Willoughby and Magog Lakes, 'Staiistead,
Hath. Littleton, and Lancaster; also, with trains
for Montpdier, Hurlington, St. Albans, House's
Point, Montrcla, Odenslmrgb, anil tb" West.
Hii-tol Train leaver Co'"'wi,i at 0.27 p. in., lor
Franklin and Hristol.
Evening Express Train leaves Concord at S.20
p. m., for White ltiver Junction, connecting with
ti .litis for Montiielier, Hurlhigton, St. Albans,
linuseV Point, Montreal. Ogdensbiirgh. and the
vOr on ii nival of trains lroni H.'slnnVorcester,
Peitsipoiitb, Portland, Ac.
Morning Exprcsi Train leaves White Him
Junction for Concord at 1.2u a. in., or on arrival
of train from Ogdensbiirgh and Montreal. On
Mondavs at ti.15 instead of 1.20.
Urist'ol Train leaves Hristol for Concord at 7
50 a. in., and Franklin at 0.05 a. in.
Mail Tiain leaves White ltiver Junction for
Concord at 12.20 p. in., or on arrival of trains
over tho Vermont Central, Passumpsic, and
While Mountains liailroads.
Dav Hxnrcss Train leaves White ltiver Junc
tion at 0.80 p. in., or on arrival of trains from
Montreal and Ogdeiisburgh, Hrattleboro', Kcene,
lie own Fulls. Windsor. Ac. connecting at uon
cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell
nml Host, m
Theso trams connect at Concord with trains
fur Manchester. Lawrence. Fiirtunioutli, Port
land, Nashua, Worcester, New York, Lowell, am1
IJOSlOU. u.,l.u,l I j A ,..li,.i.'i ..i., ii.
Concord. N. II. Dec. 1. 1(11,8. w-tf.
NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT,
ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868,
Will run from St. Albans
to Sheldon, as fol-
Leave St. Albans overy day at 2 o'clock
A i rive at Sheldon
i at 1 o clock p. in.
Leave Sheldon at 8 o'clock a. in
Arrive at St.
Albans at 10 c. clock a. m.
II. JENNISON, Proprietor
St. Albans. May 25th, 1BGS. dt5-tf
BOYS Over Coats of all kinds at
WM, N. SMITH. ,V CO'H.
All tho Now Styles just
Win. N. BMITH.
OVKitCOATS of all kinds, and cheap
at WM. N. SMITH X GO'S.
BLACK Pants and Vests of all kinds lust re
ceived at WM. N. SMITH, ACQ'S.
i .v s r n .i x r ;.
Goldsmith & Seavey,
General Insurance Agents, I
MOUTH MA IX. St., .sr. aliass,
AOT.NTY 01' Till".
liOnitiLAnD rniE ins. co.
Ol' NKW VOltK
NI AO A II A FZRB INS.
CASH ASLTS, -LoOll.OOll
spniNoriEiiD r. u m. ins. go.
Sl'ltlN'OFIIXP. JIASS. '
cs'H assies. i:,hiio
HANOVER FIIIE INS. OO.
i sil ASSLI'S. -fTi'iMi' o
GERM: AN! A FIRE INS. OO.
t ASH A.vtr.TS, f l,0('0,(HHi.
ATiHANY, N. Y.
MASS. MUTUAL LIFE INS. t o.
CASH ASSETS, f 2,300,000
All policies in this Co., noii-fot fcitabk; by
a law of the Slate.
Dividends annually on thr contribution plan
after two payments'.
Pat tieutar attention given to insuring prop
ertv in AD.IOININO TOWNS, such as MANA-
FA'ci rniNo j:stahlishments, s'.roiti:s,
MEHCIIANDlSE. Yill.ige and Farm property.
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All communications 1,,. mail will receive mom"t
(lOLDSMlI'Il A SEAVEY.
s. k. ooi.nsjtmt. i. m. sr.w r.v.
,s 7'. A h n a xs. r v.
II O M K I X S 11 It A N C V. V ..
New Haven, Conn.
Capital, 1, 000,000. Surplus. Jl! 0,070. -1.
WTIOVAI. l.VHl'UAXCi: CO.,
Capital, .yOOOjOOO. Surplus, 150,( 00.
l.TKlt.ATIOAI. IXSlUtACK C O.,
Capital, :!WJ,iki0. Suipliis, j lul,b0).02
Ca'AHDIAX .liUTUAI., 1.1 KK IXRl'ltAX'Uli
(" O SI P A X V .
A-setls. v, 1 1 1,111111,000.
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LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF llAim'OHl), CONN.
ITS ASSETS ARE NEARLY
H , O O O , O O O
NEARLY TWO MILLIONS,
AMI CONSTANT!. IN' UUASINO.
Aimiial Dividt'iulM, .") I'vv CVnl.
Ml its Policies are Non-Forfeiting 1 No re
striction on Travel'. Location or Employment 1
Dividend upon tho full Premiums paid on all its
Notes taken if desired for half of tho Premium
lor tho tirst four years, and in ease of death,
they are paid by the Dividends and given
up and not deducted from the Policy,
The Full Amount of Insurance is l'aid.
It lias paid in losses to ltsl'ohcv Holders over
9.-00,000, uhdhas never contested a claim
during tho 17 years of its existence. No
etra Premiums charged for iusur
in. I'euialcH, Ilailroad Employees or Neameu
A Policy in the Pmr.Nix is properly called a
Whole World Policy. It pciintts the insured to
travel or resido at will anywhere, in the United
States or Europe, at any season nf the year,
without extra cnarge.
NELSON H.ARIY1INGTON, Agent,
For Fiankliu, Grand Islo and Lainoillo counties
C. L. HAHCOCK, State Agent,
dWAw220.tr Itutland. Vt.
riifpiiix Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OF JJARTKOIU), CONN,
A favorable opportunity is presented to oner
getio and reliable business men who can devote
their enliro timo to tho business, to represent
tills, old. staunch, and most successful Lite Com
pany, in unoccupied territory in tho State of
Vermont. Tho many popular features peculiar
to mo rweius jiuiiuu, aim inu great advantages
it offers to tho insuring-public its ficedoni from
lcstrietioiiB on travel and occupation its non
forfeitable policiesits liberal premium system
the economy of tho nianag meiit, audits largo
annual dividends, render it tho most prolltablo
coiiirany to.genis iiosiroiisot realizing a naiui
soma competency by their enterprise and enur-
gv. Apply to C, L. JIAHCOCK,
State Agent Phtenix Mutual Life Ins. Co.
dC-tf Union Block, Itutland, Vt.
, 0 OA h A D 7v7i TISSUE XT S.
1 "VKsliiKa admiration. To bo admired, thev
Xj muHt posschm Hciuity and Inteilii
Most overy one haw intelligence, and
ALIj ojx.hu bb beautipul
Hy using the I'AIMIIAS MITIAX, the latest
and most wonderful of all the rnsmetics. Hy its
Uo all moths ami freckles arc removed, the skin
becomes clean and trimsparenl and the cheek
roseato with the line ol voulb. The I'aphiali
Lotion can bo found ai
THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE I
And also a most complete assortment of all toi
let articles. Tin now and fragrant Klor !
Jiuyo, mid the delieioii wood violet, and nil
other choice and fragrant perfiniKs.
MAIR DRESSINGS AND SITES :
Wiifild l'owder Iloves, Colognes, Toilet Soaps,
Teeth washes and l'owders. Hrnshcs: such ai
Hair, 'Teeth, Nail, Infant, Ac, Ac.
(..ill and see the beautiful necessities and lus
I uries for the toilet even if you do not wish to buy
i As lull a stock of pure limps as can he found in
i the State of Vermont, together with ltesinoids,
' Fluid Kvtraots, and all articles required in a
I I'liysieians or domestic practice. Warranted
pure and of tlrst quality.. This store will be mi
j deltoid by none in St. Albans.
j Trusses, Shoulder Hr.ices, Supporter, Ac.. A.,
1 anil every thing kept m a well regulated
' Ilrug Store.
S. R. DAY, AGENT
st. Albans, Vt. June. 1808.
WELDEN SPRING WATER
Water from Welden Spring, St. Albans, Ver
lnont, which has proved highly efllcacious in
Scrofula, Cancer, and all diseases of the skin,
and also for l;yspepia. Kidnoy and Liver Com
plaints, General Debility, Ac, Ac, is now for
sale, at wholesale and retail, at 218 Washington
Street, where books may bo obtained contain
ing an analysis of tho Water, witli certificates
from physicians and others, testifying to its
beneficial cllect in numerous eases vvhero it has
MimciiANTH National Hank, I
2S State Street, Uoston, Oct. 7. 1H08, j
E. S. GOODWIN, Esq., Agent Welden Spring
Dnvn Stu : 1 write to acknowledge the bene
fit I have received from the Welden Spring
Water. 1 havo been troubled with Dieaso ol
tho Kidneys for many years, t have consulted
somo of the best physicians in the country and
received no relier. Somo lew mouths since 1
vi as recommended to try tho Welden Spring
vt ati r. 1 had not taken it long before 1 was
surprised to sec how much good it had done me.
Since then I always keep it m my room and sel
dom drink any otfier water, knowing eventually
it will euro ine. As 1 am anxious that others
should bo benefitted by my oxperionee, I cheer
fully recommend it to all suuering. with tho
same disease, P,eipeetfnllv.
.1. .1. MAY.
From Francis H. Dixon, Esq. , Counselor a
Law and Averago Adjuster, Boston,
17 MrnciiANTs Exchanoi:. i
lioston, October 3. 1S0S.
E. S. GOODWIN.
Dear Sin : I eheert'iillv comply with vonr re,
quest to give my candid opinion of the merits
of thn Welden Spring Water. For somo years 1
lave sintered much trom ln'spcnsia, and hav
ing exhausted patent medicines and tno pre
scriptions of many physicians, I was advised to
try the Welden Spring' Water. I found by tak
ing a glass of tho water before meals it acts as
atonic and general regulator oi tue system, and
enables me to eat anv Kind ol lood without in
convenience. Tho only evidence I can give of
mv appreciation otits virtues is a rcconnnonda
lion loi'veii one suiiei in,; nuni t ji j u,
Yours truly, FKANK H. DIXON.
qriNvv, Mvss.. Oct. :l, tSOS.
E. S. GOODWIN, Eq.
Demi Sin Mv vvifo linn used vour i','i lden
Snrin!' Water, and has received great bent-lit
from il. Heforo sho used it sho had a bad
coiiL'h. and had bled from tho stomach or lungs.
The cough has entirely disappeared and shu is
as well, or hettev, than sue nas iieen ioi-icn
Very le.-pectfully your old servant,
' " JOHN T. WILLEV
Proprietor of Hancock House, Qiiincy.
Letters from many other persons can bo
seen at the ollice.
V.. S. GOODWIN, Agent,
1 0tf 218 Washington Stieet, Huston
WARD & BURRraS,
Penh in alll kiniK' of
Gr R O 0 E R I E 8
liAKK ST., ST. ALRANS,
First door above tho St. Albaiin Houao, keep
constaiitlv on band a full assortment of
Of all klndu;
And all sort ot lu'tiulc. usually kept in buHincBs
of their kind, lligliciit cash pneo paid tor all
kinda or country Produce.
GIVE TX3 A CALL.
WAPff iV IltlltNES.
pj-ATS, HATS, HATH,
ALLthunevvutviea or Furs and
nono,l ot WM. V. KMITI
WM, N. SMITH, & CO'S.
LOG A I AD VEUTlSKMkNTS.
L. B. GREENE &. Co.
I Successors to K. C. OALLAH.
i 1'ltOVlSlOXS and MEAM,
ritr.rilf ami SALT MEATS,
I l'OUK. LARD,
TITII KEYS. CHICKENS,
KATCIIU1', ill NTS
i Ae., Ac, Ae.
' Flint and Vegetables of all kinds In tlieir sea
sons fresh uvcry day livmi the New York and
I I'.oMon Malkets. . '
T K II M S .
L. H. (lur.B.sr,
A S 11,
V.. V, llouu.r.v.
St. Albans, Feb. 15, lgfiO.
New Store and New Goods,
C. R. PELL,
It I S (! I) L L ' S
X K W Hi) 0 0 K' ,
ST. ATilLVJs'S, VT.
HAVE just opened the largest stock ot Crock
cry, comprising all tho new and desirable
patterns, French, China and Bohemian Fancy
and Table Glass Ware, Cutlery and Plated Ware,
ever offered in this County.
Wo also call attention to our Stock of
FOltEIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
WHITE GOODS, LINENS,
NOTIONS AD SMALL WAHE.
The undersigned would respectfully announce
to the public that wo havo adopted the CASH
SYSTEM, and ONE PHICE.
Driscol's New Block, Lake St. St. Albans, Vt,
STKAM HYE anil SCOURING W0KKS
I'llAXOU Ol' HASH ! :
New Features in Dyeing!
New and Enlarged Facilities
for the Business.
Dyeing and Scouring -Works,
Lndics' Sill; and Satin Good,
Silk, (Jnipc, Hroeliaoi Wool Ion Shawls,
Table and Piano Spicads.
DamiiHlv and other (.'urtaiii (ioodn, and
Cleaned, Repaired, and Pressed t- look
as good as new.
Persons bringing goods, to be dyed, chined,
Dressed, or repaired will bo furnished with
CHECKS, which will enable them to nend for
(heir goods on or after tho date named on tho
1" k" DEVLIN & TOUM7KY,
Itiiiiingtou, Vt., February, fsiio.
For Franklin County, to whom all or
der" should he nddresed. .'ICtf
TvOU the next Sixty Days, wo will sell Cloth
' ing at prices to suil the purchaser in ol
der tn make room for
Tluwo in want of Iteady yade Clothing, Fur
nishing (Inodn, Hats A Caps, Hoots A' hlioes. in
fact EYEltYTIUM! eoinpriBing a last Class
ltoadv Slado Clothing and Furnishing floods
Store. Those ill want or
can get one at a price which will make it an oh
jcet to buy even if they do not want it till annth
A large assortment of Under Suits,
PANTS AND VESTS,
Styles loo Many to Mention
Please Give us a Call Before
MORTON & PERCX",
riMHCOT COATS ill Shoit Frocks, and
X Frocks ot all kinds aud colors at
WM.N. SMITH, ii CO'S.
LOCAL AD V.E11TISEMENTS.
STOIIK, STOCK, F1XTUHKB, and GOOD
WILL of a first class
DRY GOODS STORE.
Hest location in town, on Main Street, oppo
site tho Park. v
Also, our place or residence, on England St,
For further particulars Inqulro of
Hr.250 linECK & WETHEKBEE.
JO not rail to call at the '
a, s n o t- o r e
and CMttnine the new
nrrival of Spring
L. McD. SMITH & Co.
BEING about to leavo town, I wish to dUposv
of mv rosidonce on Northfleld Bt., 'wliicli
will bo sold for a rcasonobln Hiim.
For further particulars ennuiro of me
Us-a-tr. 11. F.WILL
HUNDltKD TONS or HAY.
Allans, Fel. 2nd. 18CJ. 221
A Superior article or Oraham Flour, for sal,,
at the storo of HAHNKS & CKOWLEY.
dM-tf Lake Street.
Mr. F. L. Goodsnocd's Now House at Mlsai.
quoi Springs, is now ready for tho recoptlon ot
Meat Market Sold Out.
HAYING void my meat market on Lake Street,
GKO. AV. IIAl.l. will carrv on the same
for tho present as agent. My books will bo left
with Geo. W. Ball until the 20th ot March 1869,
who will attend to the scttling.or accounts, after
wnicn, iney win on lett with an attorney for
Mf II. W. BALL
We Challenge the World.
rrUIE subscribers having removed their yilace
JL of busincssB to Foundry Street, would ro
Bpectfully etato to tho citizens or St. Albans and
vicinity, that they aro thankrul for past favor
conrcrcd upon them, and arc now prepared to
do nil kinds of work In their line of bual-
nesji, and respectfully auk a continuance of their
N. B. Particular attention naid to overreach
ing and interfering horses and a sure euro war
ranted or no pay required. Lamo horses of all
itmiiH curcii it there in any cure in them.
F. L. WOOD & CO.
2U-ly Foundry Street.
F. Ii. Wood.
O. A. W. Wood.
COMMEH01AL College Itooma; possession
given Sept., 1st. Three Booms easy ot
acccsB, anil very pleasant situation for Club
Booms or oflicc.i.
WM. N. SMITH.
St. Albans, Aug. 3, 1808. d70tt
QN MAIN or FAIRFIELD STREET n
The Under will confer a favor bv leavintr the
same at the TiUNscitirT Oftlce.
ASHAEL S. UYDB,
DKM.KH IS Al.t, HINDU or
First Class Groceries !
Consisting in part of
For an Umbrella,
For a Rubber Coat,
For a (Hazed Cap,
For a Travelling Bag,
For a Shirt,
For a Box of Collam,
For a Suit of Clothing,
or anv thing in the (ients Furnishing Goods line,
NO. 2 DAllllOW BLOCK,
THE CASH STORE.
L. McD. SMITH A Co.
Albans Dining Rooms.
LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS,
DOWNING k STEERE
XT? Altai MEALS or Lunches served At all
Y T hours, in tho best style.
Fresh Baltimore Oysters.
Received daily and supplied to the Trade t
wholesale priccB. nlOli diVwtr
Oome and See!!
Come and Try
THE HOWE, AND THE W1SB
Xcw Family Scwiiif Machine t
Uta-t Machine mailt.
Shuttle, Straight Xeedle,
Every machine, warranted,
Ollleo opposite 'Fremont ilotimo.
dw-tr J. S. WEEKB, Aymt.
OVERCOATS of all kinds
at WM. K.SMITH, A CO'K.
BOYS CLOTHING oiall kinds Just received
at WU. N. SMITH. A COS
LJ lluKT FROCKS or all kinds, just receivort
O at WM. N. SMITH, iCO'S.
QACK COATS FOR SPRING, go to
O WM. N. SMITH it CO'8.