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3 June oo rrJ THE TlVNSORIFJ ST. ALBANS. VrHlny. Ttiil a, 1HOO. liilon County Convention it 1.11.. . I.. n.tlu. In The voters m i jaiiRiiu vimiii; V"" , , Umso ihc inlociitv of llio nation preserved; !' , tt "thai OH" accession to power of llio party op- d to them would ho a great national calami ir il who favor tho mljuatiiicnt of tho grave Lotions Mill at iuo, in a spirit of moderation, a basis r Justice to all-aro requested to J ,t ut convention at Sheldon, on Wednesday, n 27th ilny or June, 1H(!0, fur tho purpose of 111 ...i..,.. f,,imiv nnimrH. nml iIoIiil' nnv oth- ii iiniiiHui'b v et bnsiuess inuuyxj ri'T.v- I,. ... . IINBON, i iVORTII.I W, It. HUTCHINSON, FARNSWt Com. Vliilo driving nenr llio lioiul of lakci sheet, Tuesday nftoniooti, tho horso of Mr. Hugh Scales took fright nml throw him out of tho wngon, bronk nifj Ins neck and killing him almost in .liintly. , . . Collector Stannnrd arrived in t.iwii 'Wcdncsdny ovoning and is look m halo and hearty. Ho will ontor upim the duties of his offico at an o.ir- iyJfty- Tho ladies of St. Albans gavo a dinner to tho band of tho U. S. Artil 1. ry at the "Wcldon Houso on Satur day Tho band is a most oxcollont tti. and has furnished our citizons with superb music. Forty-thrco head of three-year-old gtccrs wcro sold by John Barr, Esq., of Highgalc, to Mr. L. M. Downing, a few days since, for $G0 per head. Mr. Barr is an old resident of Highgate, and has long been an oxtonsivo cattle raiser, having n farm of somo 1200 aires from which to subsist them. The Convention at Montpolior on Yi Jnesday was woll attonded and a (jooJ spirit of harmony provailod. Tbc proceedings may bo found in an other column. t-nt NTT Faih. Tho Board of Officers of tho Franklin County Agricultural , r 1 1 r 1. - 1 1 I hi l Jiccnanicni ouuiuiy uuiu n uiuui nig at "Wright's Hotel in Sheldon on tho 13th inst, and decided to hold tho first Fair at Sheldon, on tho 12th, and 1 hoi September nost. Ono dollar paid t the Treasurer will secure a member ship, and it is to bo hoped that the cumber of memberships will bo large. As pood an agricultural county as this URlit to havo a flourishing Agricul tural Society; and now that moasures t.ri being taken to establish n now of it is the duty of our farmors nnd it liianios to heartily second tho ef forts of tho worthy gcutlomon who have tho matter in hand. Sheldon, thr plaeo sclocted for tho fair, is as convi nient and accossiblo for county ptople generally, as any; and wo aio sure our frieiulB in that town will do all in their power to havo tho fair a fmplil? xurcess. The Fot t.tii or July. Tho Fourth of July is to bo appropriately celebrat ed in a number of towns in tho State. At Itutland a "Cominittoo of Arrange ments" havo tho matter under advise ment and will doubtless got up a Rood programme Tho citizons of Newport havo already completed their nrrangotnents. Tho Hon. B. H. St 'do will pronounco tho oration. Subject: John Quincy Adams. John P. Sartle, of Barton, will act as Presi dent, and Gen. Goorgo P. Foster as Marshal. Tho subject of celebrating in Uurlingtou is also boing agitated. -Maj.-Gen. Geo. S. Dodgo, of Iras uurgli, lato Chief Quartormastor under General Butler, baa been nominated and confirmed by tbo Sonato as Con Bill to Bromon. Tho Juno terra of tho Orango County Court commenced its session it Chelsea on Tuesday. John Clark, a wealthy fanner, and an old resident of Bellows Falls, died on tho morning of tho 13th inst., aged about 84 years. Tho Hon. Georgo P. Edmunds is to deliver tho address before tho 1'Wlomathosiau Society of Middlobury vouego, at tho coming Comnionco mit. Profossor Park, of Andovor theological Society, is to pronounco e auilress beforo tho Philadolphian oociety. - Dr. Ilenry n. Langdon, of Bur "ngton, has been appointed oxamin ng surgeon of tho Board of ponsions tuttondon County. mi . ino last numbor of tbo Bonning banner wns printed on a now lower XVoss from tho celebrated Manufactory of svs. A. B. Taylor - o., or Now York, Wo congratu ulu 1110 Manner on this ovidonco of its P3pority, nnd liopo at no distant v w treat tho Thaksciiut to a liko uxury. . compromiso has been effected conthclt. R Co., and Sir. Pen uer. bv ,i,:i. n ... 7: uoi tuo jMonipnrenia- b uouso at Nowport, waB oponetl imuiic on the 13th iust, Ankuaii Haoks. Tho annual rncos on tho Hiclifonl Trotting Park will lake pluco on Thursday Juno 28th. Tho officers of tho society aro tin follows: President Silas P. Ciunontor; Vico President H. 1). Fnrmr; Troasuror 0 oo. W. Gibson; Secrolary Capt L. Hounds. Tlio.purscs aro ns follows: 1st. A purso of $25, open to all trot ting horses that never trotted for pub lic money; milo heats, best 2 in IJ, in harness. 2d. A purso of $25, open to all horses that never boat thrco min utes in a public raco; milo heat; best 2 in ',), in harness. Od. A purso of $20, open to nil trotting horses four years old and under; milo heat; host 2 in 3, in harness, dth. A pu so of $10, open to all trotting horses that never won a first class purso; milo heats; best 3 in 5, in harnoss. 5th. A purso of $100, open to all trotting horsos; milo heats; best 3 in 5, in harness. Tho racos will comtnenco at 12 o'clock noon, with power of postpone ment in caso tho woathor is bad. Ten por cout. will bo charged on oach onlry. Thoro must bo thrco bona fido ouu-ios and two to start. trios to bo made in writing (monoy enclosed) on tho ovoning provious to tho racos, to tho Socrotnry, at llouuds & Brown's storo, Kiohford. Tho Bow J. Goodonough, brother of Dwight Goodonough, of Brattle boro, has accoptod an invitation to take chargo of tho Univorsalist Socie ty in East Montpolior. ThoEcv. Win. II. Milbum was ordained to tho Priesthood of St. Paul's clmrch, Burlington, Friday tho 8th. Tho sermon was prcachod by tho Bov. John II. Hopkins, Jr., of Now York citv. Mutiny on Boaiid the Vehjiont. Tho Now work papors sny that 11 few days ago information was conimunica tod to Captin A. O. Bhind, command ing tho United States Bocciving ship Vormont, moored off tho Brooklyn Navy Yard, that n, conspiracy had been mado nmong tho negro sailors on board his vossol, having for its object to mutiny, murdor tho officers of tho ship, and then proceed on shore, whoro thoy were to bo joined by col ored allies, when tho entire forco wore to mako a raid on tho public and pri vato houses in tho vicinity of the Navy Yard, and to murder all persons inter fering with them in their designs. By somo it was alleged that after commit ting havoc on shoro thoy were to pro ceed to tho Yard.seize a small naval ves sol and make their cscapo. The plans of tho conspirators were first divulged to First Lieutenant Mitchell, whon he immodiatoly communicated tho facts to his superior otlicer, who ordered all tho negroes on board tho vessel to bo searched, when it was discovered that tho facts woro substantially as given. On somo of tho negroes of whom thoro aro two hundred on board the ship were found badges, silver stars and other insignia, which wero to bo used by tho captains and subordinates in tho conspiracy. Six of tho ring- ondors wero arrested, put in irons and treated to close confinement. Tho affair will bo inve&ti'jated. She ST. A1.1IA.VS JIAUKET.luiie !il, IKOO. Cbrreewlor the Tranncript erenj Week, AriT.ns, 0 00 driod. peril).. 1!i as. ner bushel... . llurrr.it, jwrlb., Oiii:t:sr, " C'oiin, per bushel, LOI1N -Ml kau, perewt., Jjir.x, tier uoz, I'loiiii. snpoxlluo,. extra " donhlo extra, l'J 00 (iu.vwh bi.iui, lKir busltol Hav, por ton, 0 CO JiAUD, ptr lb., Oats, for busliel, O.nioss. " Pouk, mess, 33 0 J clear. . . Potatoes, por bushel, . ItVE 70 4C Salt, Canada, 00 H 0 00 12 is rune s island, . . . M.M'LB Hpoah, n ool per Hi., 45 (ft Woon per cord, 1 50 4fi llOSTOX JIAItlCKT-.Jiino Utli Flour. Western buporflno 18 75 Gt common oxtras 10 00 Sh modium oxtras 10 7o good and clinico, in oludingOonosbo, IJnn ada, Ohio, Michigan, 13 25 St. Louis, goml and choice. ... 1C 00 Com Meal per ubl 1 50 J9 00 11 00 13 00 13 75 18 00 4 75 f. 25 105 60 100 2 50 000 42 50 27 50 31 00 3GQ0 2100 2(5 00 2.1 35 22 15 12i a oo 15 Co 00 live Plour 0 00 14 c.'i'uliii,cr bushel: Com, ostern mixed Oats, Nort'n, West'n, Canada, Hj o Deans, common and bltto pod, marrow and intra pc. . 9lolnt-Pcr gallon: uuua Cienfuegos muscovado. ...... 'i o vision. Pur hbl : Pork primo 20 00 ( mess 30 00 ( qloar 31 00 ( Ileef Kastern and Vestern moss and extra 20 00 ( family extra 21100 Lard, in bbls. aud tierces 22 ( Uutter--N. Y.andVt.dairioij. . 82 i Chceso 15 i Kiik Per lb.: Cuba MuscoTado. , 10 l Powdered 15 ( Crushed 15 ( Oranulated 00 ColVeo Crushed Ii ( Wool DoMismo: NowYoik W( Wostoni, fiuo 50 ( imKillTO.V JIAllKHT .lime 20. Uei-r Cuttle. llxtra fat and heavy premium Oxon, $11.25 a 1 11,59 1st uuality il8.25rtfl3.50; 2d quality $12.00 d 112.50; 3d quality. $11.50 a $12.00, mooitis.. on total weight of hido, tallow and dressed beef. Working Oicn.fl75 $275 or according to vslno as beef. Mlicli .'ov. $15 a $75; extra and pood $80 a $1U0, twthout calves, as may bo agreed; farrow and ordinary $35 a 45. tiliii i iiiKll.uiaijii 5onCic; or $0,00 a $0,00 nm liend Hlniu. Wholesale, 12 a 13a; retail, H a 15c; Dressed, 00 a 10 cents, l at nogs, u . oo a y uc. Veal c,iilvc.S700a $9 00 per head. . iililct.. llrlghton, 8 rt9 cents iVti. Country lots, C a 7c. Uairshins loo a lie TuIIimv. 7 ( Uo V It" lcli,$3.O0 i $'..25cach, 0 00 18 '1 1 23 & 2 50 3.1 33 18 25 1 00 S 1 15 2 50 a 00 17 ffl 20 10 50 ffl 12 00 13 00 13 001 (3 18 00 5 00 56 0 00 10 00 55((i Ca 0 00 0 00 42 10 3G 00 1 00 1 25 U 75 1 00 17 50 7 50 At Hobohcn, n faw nights ngo, a lady got up from bod atld opened tho window to look out, whoa tho noiso nwak6ncd liar husband, and seeing somo person at tho open window ho supposed it to bo n burglar, nnd snatching n pistol from under his pil low ho fired twico boforo discovering tho fearful mistako ho had made. Both shots took effect, inflicting mor tal wounds. Mrs, Bogors, of Madison, Indiana, invited a dozen of her neighbors to tea hist Sunday, and used arsenic, by mistake, instead of croatn of tarter, to lighten tho cako. Fortunately, too much of tho poison had boon taken, atid no ono diod, though all wcro very sick. Imtoutant Notice. -Tho Treasurer of tho Vt. Central ,Vt. & Canada.and Sulli van Railroads, has,issuod tho following important notice: OFFICE OF TRBAMURER. I St. Akiiass, Vt., Juki-., 11, 1800. ( Station Agents, anil Conductors, will continue to receive all State Bank Hill, of Solvent Banks in New England, with tho exception of those of tho State of Maine. Ah tho bills of tho Banks or tho State of New York aro not rcdoemed in Boston, none will ba recoivod at this OIucb aftcv the rccoipt of tlilB notice. No "Greenback!-," or National Currency, which are torn or in tho least mutilated, will bo re ceived. SAMUEL WILLIAMS. TRr.vsrncn. How often do we hoar men and women complain, "I cannot get anything to stay on my stomach; I am compelled to eat Urahani broad and the plafoeat food, and then mnet suffer from it." Reader, this is l)vspeHia we bid you eat as hcartilv as von pteaw, ami anything you choose, even tho richest fowl, and if you will follow it with n hmelo spoonful of Coe's Dyspep sia Cnro, yon noeu not fear any distressing ef fects from it. It is the greatest remedy in the world for dyspepHa, indigostion, and all disease1) proceeding from the stamaeh or bowels. Pni-Urr' Perioral I'nullllri Oivo immediate relief to nil caws of Coughs, Colds, and nfloctlons of the chert and lungs, and restore to singers and speakers clearness of voice. They contain no opium nor anything del eterious, nnd are wonderful in the celerity with which tbev effect the cure of all diseases of tho throat, l'or sale by all Druggists, l'riec. 2. cents a box. Depot, 72 William Street, New York. 01-eowly la Sheldon, 14, Nw.t.T I.ucy, daughter of Seth and Deborah 11. Ktrgpas, aged 1 year and V months. A Xeiv and Grand Epoch in Medicine i Dr. Maggiel is the founder of a new Medical System! The qnantitamns, whose vast inter nal does enfeit)ie.thc stoi.iach and paralyze the IhiwcIs, inntU give preeeilence to tho man who restores health and appetite, with from one to two of 1N extraordinary Pills, and euros tho most virulent sores with a box or so of his won derful and all healing Salve. Those two groat speclne ol tuo iJoctor are fast supsrsemng all the strrotyped nostrums of the dav. Kxtraor- dinary cures bv Maggiel's Pills and Salvo have openrnl the eves of the imbho to tho ineili oltho (so called) remedies of others, and ineilieienov 111MJI1 winch neonle lmvu so IiKif? blindlv ileneiiiled. Maggiel's ltlis are not of the class that are swal- kiwed by the doEeu, aud of winch of ovory liox iuu taKun creates an niwomte necesity ror an- ! er fiw, in cost oi matennis. other. Ono or txvo of Maggiel's Illls btiftico to j Truly yomw, place tho bowels in perfect order, tone tho stom-! JOilN T. liHODEM. ach, create an apietito, and render tho spirits light and buoyant! There is no griping, and no Allien, -V. Y., May 13, 1SGC. reaction in the form of constipation. If tho liver qheaT AMKUICAN PAINT CO. is affected, lt functions aio restored; and if the i , T , x. .. nervous system is feeble, it ie invigorated. This . . , iGjIohn p., N- last .pialitv makes the me.liclnes verv desirafclo Vf aeeoVl mA thanks Jir the bouclits re fer the wants of delicate females. Ulcerous and I reived from your KsceWw PaJn l. For a wnaU eruptive diseases aro literallv extinguished bv 1 coi,.t,1 "avwl V?nd,r,''i1" ".W01"- Jlftt"" the disinfectant power of MagRiels Salve. Iii i aml mnliliiigM would sell Jor 1,000 more, for lis fact, it is here announced that ainggiri's JJ III- niii, uyi)Ciiio nun uiiicriiru I'liu cure where all otlient fail. While for Hums, Scalds, Chilblains, Cuts, and all abrasions of the shins, MnSKlrlN Salve is infallible. Hold by J. Mag giel, 13 Fulton Mreet, New York, and all Drug gists, at 25 rts. per box. 111-ly I I.. Dnteher A Sons, Agents, St. Albans, Vt. MAKE YOUR OWN SOAP! Hy Siivln nml I'tlni; j-.mr AVuc Ilny one Hox of tho Pcnntylranvi Salt Manufacturing Cb.'i 3 3P o :o. "i e 2? ; (Patents of 1st and 8th Feb., 1853.) on CONCENTRATED LYE! It will mako 10 POUNDS of excellent Hard Soap, or 25 OALLONS of tho very best Soft Soap, for only about 35 CKNTS. Directions on oach box. Por solo at all Dmg and Grocery Stores. Directions I Put ono box of Sapontfior into thrco gallons of water (knock oft tho end, and let tho box Imil until it empties itsolf.and then takeout the box) add four and half iounds of fat, and let it boil 2 hours and 10 minuted. Then add a tmall half pint of salt, and let it continue boiling 33 min utes longer, when you add half a gallon of hot natcr, and let it como to a boll. Pour a small tumblorful of cold water into a tub or box to wet it round the sides, then empty tho soap in J to stand all night aud cut in bars in the morning. Soft SonpJlado in the same way. with the oxecption of adding fifteen gallons of water and no salt. AU yuu need is an iron Mite. 101-Gm ERRORS OF YOUTH. A Gentleman who suffered for years from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and nil ef fects of youthful indiscretion, willfor the sake of suffering humanity, send froo to ail who need it, the reeeipo and diieetions for making tho simplo remedy by which ho was cured. Bufforers wishing to profit by tho advertiser's experience, can do so by addressing jun."i ii. uiii;j;.n, No. 13 Chambers St.. Now York. TO CONSUMPTIVES. The advertiser having been restored to health in a few w eeliB by a very simplo remedy, aftor having suffered several years with a sovcru lung affection, and thatdrcaddisease, Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow-sufferers tho means of cure. To all who desire it, ho will send a copy of tho prescription Uhid (free of chargo), uith di rections for preparing and using the same, which they will find a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, ltrouchilis. Couehs, Colds, and all Throat and I.ung Atfcctions. Tho only object of tho advertiser in sending the Prescription is to benefit the afllictud, and spread information bonus every sutl'erer will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove bios, ing. Parties wishing a prescription, free, by return mall, will please address Itev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburgh, Kings Co., New York. nETUnNBD.-Dlt. PLUIILKY has rc. turned from Philadelphia where he has beon sponding several months in tho Unicertl'y of Medicine ami Surgery, having had ample oppor tunities of a most extensive practice in Chron ic IMscnacs in tho Hinckley and Pennsylvania Hospitals, and will open an olllcoinSt. Albans on tho 10th or Slay over E. C. dollar's Slarket, Slain Street, to resume the oUcnsho prncjloo ho loft in tho fall. His friends and patrons, aud others sulforing from Chronic Atlectiuns of tho Throat, Chest, Lungs, Heart, Liver, llowols, Kiduoy, and Urinary Organs; all kinds of Kctofnluus and Wood Diseases, an well as thCwo peculiar to Females, aro cordiajly invited to, call and ro ceivo tho attention of n scientific aud praotlcal Physician. ' - ; ill-Sui V. S. IMTEKWAL nBVllriUE. Tlllltl) COMMOTION DtBTlllrr. VKHMONT. InimrHuanroortno provinnns nr nee. 10 of tho l'xclfo Law, notice is hereliy piien that ap peals will bo received and deti i mined, relative to any erroneous or uxcchIwi vahtatioiig, as oMnient, or enumeration l.y tin- AHenor or AHdistant AHuessoro, returned in tho annut llt. einbrneiiiB inconifs for 1HO.1, I,icenwi from May lht. IHTiO, and articlcH elillmerated in ulm1iiIo "A " ns follows, viz: Ht. AJbatiH, at the Olllceof II. II. 1'arnHWorth, .Inly 2d, Kant Alburgh, at tnv omre, July 7th, lHfin. And at tho time llxed for'hnarinK mich ap iionla as aforesaid, t)io firnecedhiKH "t tlie Ah henor anil Assistant AsscHHorK . snd tlnr nnnnal lit"t taken and retnrneil by llio AaalManl Aafes Bor, will bo submitted to the fnnxction of any and all persons who, may apply for that mirHw. And all appeals to tho Aaiiwnnr, as aforesaid, MUST be niado in writing, and tiled with tho Aflsltilnl't Assessors on or Is-foro tho dav llxed for hearing appeals, and MUST specify tin-par ticular eauso, mnutr r iiiuik, "Imtiiiir iiiiicu a ilecision is rcquonled, and must, inornovor, state the eround or princiiilo of error cuniplatucd of. IIHNHY ( . ADVMH, AHseswir. Hatt Allmrgh, June 20, lKfifi. 1 18-fln- EXCELSIOR PAINT. IOO POUNDS FOR 2. THE WORLD CHALLENGED TO J'JIOlirCK 7 wal rriu CJr;nt A.juortcMiii I'lilnt Co. OfXo. 10 John St., Xar York; After rears of patient study and experiments bv one of the best chemist in this country, are pleased to annoitnco that they have now por teetetl, aud meet with the most gratifying re sults, nnd micccedod in proiliiaing Of any CMor iettred, Vox sui)crior to anything ever lefore otfered to the Iniblic, and which for all outride work, t'nrlJ, Wilson, .i!rtilt ii nil I in pi c men Is, oe.( Ac., Has no equal. With tho ingredients which aro simple, and always at hand, every man can become his own manufacturer and painter, at tho cost of Only 2 Cents per Pound. Although but recently offered to the public, hundreds of testimonials of its intrinsic value aro constantly received. the cion-Axr Uelioving that the community aro over ready to appreciate and support Articles of True Merit, havo determined to gffor tho Itccuipt and Itlghta to manufacturo and use this 1'A OT, directly to the people at large, and that it inav come with in tho reach of all clashes, havo llxed tho Price at tho nominal bum of ONE DOLLAR ONLY. .1 B ordert fur lite UttHid tuid Might rtoiu1 be BiWre,(iI to the artEA!T AMERICAN I'AINT COMPANY, Xo. 10 Jolt n Stm1, Xnr York. Jsdwman Smith, Sce'y. lllnra. X. )'., Avril 20, 1SC6. OHEAT AMERICAN I'AINT OO. No. 10 John St., N. Y.: Gents: After a thorough trial of the Excel sior Paintwhich I manufactured bv jour pro cess, on my buildings, fonc s, Ac, It "gives mo pleasure to say, that I havo never seen its equal. Itospoctfally yours, HKNltYJ. BADGEIt. Utile 1'nlt, 17., .101 5, 1SGG. CHEAT AMEHICAN PAINT CO: BtG&srs; I have jnst completed painting nil my buildings with twooats straw-color ifxeel sior Paint, largo two-stoiy house, nith large carriage house; barn 40 by 80 ft.; about throe hundred feot of fwnce; will iny carts, plows, and othor tools a fine blue, ami all at a cost for materials of ($5.73) llvo dollars and sovontv- I throe ocnts. Am confident that I have savod Yours truh . .mins ATCIUNSON. Orer 5C0 testimonials in its fator on our filet STRANGE, BUT TRUE. Kverv young lady and gentleman in the United States can bear something very much to their advantage, by return mail, (free of charge) by addressing the undemRued. The liaving fears of being humbugged will oblige by not noticing this card. All others will please ad dress their obedient servant. TIIOS.V. CHAPMAN, 831 llroadway, New York. Remember the Dead. rrWE SUDSCHIimU W-ga leave to inform X those having old OagucrrootypcB, Ambro tvpes, or Photographs of deceased friends which they wish to get copied, that he devotes espoeial attention to that brftnch of his business. These pictures, however poor and faded, can bo en larged and colored, muking them equally good as though taken from life. Having the largest und most complete establishment in tho State, and employing only the best aitists In each de partment, no will guarantee satisfaction to all who may entrust their work to his care. Circulars containing full information, sent to any address, or specimens can be been, and or ders left nt his GALLERY IN PEOPLE'S BLOCK, ST. AL11ANS, AT. lCC-ly A. F. STYLES, DurlingtOn, Vt. ft! UN VAN'S, HIMSELF AGAIN! I WOULD annoitnco to tho public that I have rented the room in tho IMDI M BLOCK. Formerly occunieil aan llaiher's Shop, fitted it up in handsome style, anil removed ,UJ' "took Of goons into tuo same. QUICK SAMS JXJ) SMALL PllOflTS Is now more thin ever our motto. In short, all may rest asui oil that hy calling on mo thoy Mill get GOOD BARGAINS AND Good G-oocls, Vfatehes and Jenelry repaired on short notice hy experioncediWorkmeu. 03-tf A. H. SlUNYAN. I'or Jkifjiizjncs Payers Stationery, Ac, CAM. AT TH ST. ALBANS JEWS DEPOT. TT7UJ would invito the'attentlon of the public Y to our facilities for supplying suuli as DonkH, Slagaimes, dally and weekly Papers, maiionery, anisic, liiiveiojioM oi ait Eoriuk(uuii' ties and prices, eiorythinir needed by a booksell or or anybody else, at tho lowest price and of tho bibt (juality for tho tho prloo clnrged. Mis cellaneous orders of all kinds receive prompt Htteutidll. lll-tf .8 .(Miiovtid. Oil. fi.R. OI.AUK lias rolnovml to HotllU Main Streut. Offlce ftt his rvlderteu. St. Alhahs, Vt., May. 2, IBM. OS-lf HI'lUNd AND SUMMKU CKQTHECTG ! Minn LAiiuiiHTaifti imwt compito stock wo X luvo oor offt'red.nrid are noiy sellinitiilT at very low prices, many of thnalmvo goodsll 40 ier cent, lower tltnn last winter prtoos, I and SHIRTS $1 TO S3 EACH. Pauls from $2 to 10 Each. COATS $2 TO EACH, And a finolol of rnmislrina Cfoods. and chuan. niiilnoiuittalio. 'llio great plica fur bargains is at W..UKDELLS' llothinc llonse, opnoiiito tlic Park. 116-lw. w. it. nMisnni.t n. n. iiuuhdei.i Ht. Albans, May 28th, 18CC. rpillJ copartnership heretofore existing under .JL tho iiaiiio nnd tlrm of liurgesii A ! nialy, is uus nay tussoivcii uv mutual coiihciu. J. J. liUKOESS. THOMAS FA1I.EY Kt. Albans, .Inne 1, ISfifi. Tho business will be conducted by tho under siitued. in all its branches. I shall keon con stantly on band, and for s.ile, a choice variety of an woods in tne line u GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, at Wholesale and Itrtail, and shall sell as low as any other home in this village. I shall pay particular attention to the sale of I'lour, Grain, Meal, anil 1-eeil or all Minis. I have on hand a ery choice article, and shall enueavor to i, ep on nana at an tunes, ST. LOUIS, MO., DOUBLE EXTRA FLOUR Which is hint the thim; for those that prefer good Flour to a common article. Flour by the load, barrel or pound. 1 take this method of returning my thanks to our numerous customers fur their very liberal patronugc, ami solicit the favors of all good pay ing customers, nnd will try to suit tnem. I have on hand a very nice article of Boston Ground flock Salt, Which all lluttcr lluvcrs recommend to tho farmers. I ALSOKEHP THE BURLINGTON SALT, In barrels, half barrels and boxes. JOHN J. liUltOESS. N.l) I havo a v. mil more to sav. I havo purchased of Mr. Failev his entire iutercst'in tho old llrm, and shall collect all debts duo tho con cern, (bad ones excepted,) and pay all indebted ness of tho old firm. Mr. I'uiley will stop with mo for one month, to wait upon such as wish to avail themselves of the opportunity of paying within that time, alter w Inch time those who aro sonnfortunat's bb not to bo able to call, Mill llnd tho books with some honest attorney. 117-tf J.J. n, mOTLIl NEW GOODS AND Lower Prices A NEW AND LARGE LOT OF CLOTPIZSTG- FUHNISIIING GOODS Just, received at rcdticcd priccs, at No. 2 Darrow Block. A largo assortment of NEW STYLES FANCY BUSINESS SUITS, Black Frooks, Doe Pants and Vests, Hats, Gaps, Shirts, Ulovcs, Ac, Ac. Remember tho place, -Vo. nnrmw liiocit, WM. N. SMITH. St. Albans, May, 16015. P. S.-Ono word to thoso hoso bills aro past duo: Monov Is wauteil and must bo had. Ill T V 11U,VM7.KTIIB UECKXT 11KCHNK Got Prices at Walkor Bros. run -run vomiwinu NEW GOODS SqfSW, Rroviii andWliJte -foil assortment. J'nas, 0luiig, tlreen nndJajtanwo- all grades and prices. Hymn, Uiilaiwosi Ironi fru- to uxtra. llsh-very Vind-Halmrm Trout, Mackerel, Blue and White Ftali, Cod Ac. l'lnui -Fresh Onnpid com mou to extra. -thrvcjmpdjod barrokil Vermont -our ow n nyi)Ri -Hroms, Starch, Silentim, VniPijar I'obajpob'rhtg'and Fiuo Cut, Wooden Ware, Soaps - Common ami Castile. Stratum's Yeast, Mustard, Spices, Coffees, &e, Tho above is otfurwl to tho Moiuliautrt or vi oiulty, in lets to suit, for cash orin eli ,mi fur Country Prudmx, by WALhEH "yS. WOOLEN MILLS ! Knosutusli Falls, Vt. riMIB TODKItaiONKD luring this day formed X a copattnerildp under the stylo of Tor the manufacturo of WOOLENGOOBS, Would respectfully inform the citizens of 1'rank" IEii (Smnty nnd vicinity, that thov -n fit havo constantly on hand a largo supply of Heavy, Light aud Fancy Cloths, ALSO White .Mix ami Fancy Check Flannels, Which they will sell or exchange for wool at rea sonable ratos. And Wool Producers, Cloth Deal ers, nnd the public generally may rely upon se lla as tmod cloth from uh as can lie made in this vicinity; and all contracts in jxiynienl for wool will bo promptly and honestly fulfilled. M. A. KKNT, 51. II. IIBKSKY, 107-tf SI. H. 1JHNHHY. Cool and Refreshing ARCTIC SODA. DltAWN rnosi TAFT'S PATENT SODA FOUNTAIN 1! - AI.RO- Sonthmayd's Celebrated Candy, F11KS1I HIOM MA11KKT KYKllY WltKK At the Post-Office. 113-tf . II. L. BASIHON. IVotice. "17WN1SHINO, Coloring nnd Pressing dono on- JL iv for tliose uimiiavo tueir rous cariuii ai our Sflll; and having put in e- Hull Cnnls, we aro now ready to card rolls in tholiest possi ble manner. kism' . liiiiai-.t ntiun. Enosbnrgh Falls, Juno 13, 1BGG. 117-tf. 8. ii. LEWIS, JR., & CO. AllB llirOKIVINO NEW GOODS, Come and See Them! Come and Price Them! WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD NEW PERFUME 3Tor the Haudkorcliief. A Most Exquisite, Dolicnto, and Fra grant Porfumo, Distilled from tho Rare nnd Beautiful Flower from which it takes it3 name. Mnuiimctuved only hy IZf AIjON A. SOX, NEW VOltK. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. ASK lOB fllATjON'STAKE NO OTHEB. Eo'4 if iruft'.tt. reccUr. ASTONISHING ! I THE GREAT DOWNFALL IN Stoves at tlio Now Storo ! ! ",l"i-OOWAN A CO. are receiving ono of tho 1.T.JL largest and must complete assortments ol I'o be found in the State , which must be sold o7r FOB CASH "itu ni-LOW-eo a-LOWER "toi 6 LOWEST -a Cooli Stoves from 1 lo 70 Dollars Each. Parlor Stoves, l.ix Stoves, Coal Stoves, Dining-Room Stoves, all siavs, shapes and grade. HOLT.i W W'ABI; ssi'jwpiv INAMELUIl WAltEil, ENAMELHD WAR TIN WARES. 3A,PA NN ED WAR 119, FRENCH WARES, , AC, AC, AO. Copper, , Brass, Sheet Iron madu to order by tho host and Tii) Wares workmen. Eve Troughs.iml Conductors put up, Furiiaco and I.eau plpos law ana nRrruuicu. 1,000 Ih'esHed Mill' J?(tns, WRJiout wiamti, fix to ten quart. Cajl quick or you loose them. 27,000 DAIRY SKINS WANTED D' TERMS CASH -Co McOOWAN A OO st. Allaus, M.iy, 1 W IVJ-tf. M'noo nrcWAKll. A thousand dollars.re iiD wanl ui l)0 na it for llio antireliens on and conviction of tho porosn or jiersons who set flro ioimo store occupieu nv .uessrs. naiscr, in ims place, on the nlRhl of Jtay llth, lgfiC. llItADI.KY ItAltLOW, I It. N. DAimr.M. CIIAIILIW WY.MAN, ; Trustees. K. V. I'KltKIN.S, M. O. ELIilOTT. Ht. Albans, May 12th, 1KGC. 113-tf "WaxntecU SECOND hand Emnlturo and all other Umln or personal property, for which I am hav ing many calls, I now hare rooms for storeage, and will mako lilicral cash advances, purchaso or sell on commission. All goods dcllvcml must lie clean and in as good condition as possi ble. Pay your own Truckmen. All deliveries to bo at my place of business, Harford Block, north of tho Tremont Hotel, St. Albans. Vt. LUCIUS 11. OOH . Gr. B. SMITH, Bctail Dealer in. , MATS, CAPS, At FURS, BufTalo and Fancy Sleigh ltobcn, Frtr Overcoats, Ladies' Dress Purs, Fur and Buck Olovcs Mittens, Valises, Umbrellas, Trav elling Bags, Trunks, Ac, Ac. Kiiigiunii lllock, St. jUImiis, Vt. CASH PAID FOR SHIPPING FURS. 107-tf OILBEltT B. SMITH. "Vixntol ONE HUNDItED first class Agents for tho llfo size portrait of "Orant and Battles, Lin coln, Johnson and Leo's Surrender' anil a Iareo variety of splendid Engravings which aro sell- ing rapidly c rapidly. Entemrisinir business men can find profitable) employment by calling on or addressing B. A. HILL, General Agent. HS-2m Tremont Houso, St. Albans. Vt. GBAjSD opening DRY GOODS -AT Brock A Wetliorb'co's. TTAVINO Just returned from market with a JUL largu assortment of FOBEIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, BBOWN AND BLEACnED COTTONS GENTS' FUHNI8HING GOODS, Fancy Cassimeres, Broad Cloths, Doeskins, Tweeds, ' Cloaks, Shawls, Cloakings, Cloak Trimmings, Yankee -Notions, Ac. ALSO, SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEE, 1 and SPICES. Plcaso call aud examine quality and prices. 110-tf BRECK t WETHEBBEE. I-IA-RaSTESSES ! rpHE SUBSCBIBEBS havo on hand a largo Assortment of Harnesses, MADE OP THE BEST MATERIAL And every part stitched by hand and Warranted Not to Rip- Which thoy propose to sell at reduced prices. Also, just received, a largo stock of Trunks, Valises. Ladies' and Gents' Saddles and Bridles, Enamel and Dash Leather, Carriago Trimmings, Saddler'. Hardware, Ac. Call and price our Goods before you buy elsewhere. 107-Siu 8. H. A J. A. BEDABD. STew Drug Store. ST. ALBANS, VT., VTTOULD respectfully inform the people of St. W Albans, Franklin county and vicinity, that ire nas recently recetveu irom marKct a iuu stock of New Goods inhis line Ismgbt mnco the great decline In gold which will be sold as low as can be atforded. PURE DRUGS, CHOICE AND NEW CHEMICALS, BESI jiolds. Patoltt Medicines, Trusses, Sup porters and Shoulder Braces, lilted by a competent person, Dyo Woods and l)yo Stntrs, Spices, Tin-pe"-tine, Kerosene, and all articles usually found in a First Class Town Drug Store. PERFUMERIES. A verv larco supply lust received, including Lublu's genuine Perfumes assorted. Passillora, A now and favorite Perfume. Night Blooming Cere us, Jomtes' Extracts, Dupont's, Ac. Toilet .Articles. Hair. Tooth, Infant, Nail, Flesh, Lather, and Clothes Brushes: Soaim, Toilet Powders, Puff Boxes, Ac., Ac Hall's Sicilian Hair Reiicwer. Tlio best Hair Restore? in thr.worUL. For r sale, wholetalo ami retail. 3Fliy sioians - resnectfuily renuested to- avail thorn- h1v(s- ofmv .'oiciJIint .faeihtiBS fo prepar- - ing Prescriptions -and runrishlng supplies of f puro medicine cheap competent chemist -having tho aupervisiou or tho tora. and this. . liepartmuut. . Storo open on Sunday frdm 13'M. to I P. M.,' . for salo oi necessary modecines only. as- All persons indebted for a longer period ' than three mouths, aro requested to call and set- -tie, immediately, as I dcelru to sell low, aud if I - do, canuoi mako ,louf accounts. .. The St. Albans Liqur Agency. A full supply of pure L!rtuo" for mcdiciiui purposea constantly on baud. S. 9, DAT, Agent. AUxwi, 17., Augut' li 1W