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VERMONT DAILY TRAKSCUUPT, ATAl: 15, 1868.
Vermont Daily Transcript, Wednesday, May 15, 1808. Opinions on Jiniieaehinent. The Now York Tribune says tluil tho acquittal of Johnson is but the beginning of the storm. Kai-h ncqulttul lias here tofore only nerved hlni to commit acts which more resolutely delled Congress and thcpeojile, and invited punishment. Ho will not fail to do the same hereaf ter. Grimes, Fesi-endon, Henderson and Trumbull must prepare to share the blame of a complete revolutionaiy sub jugation of Congros to the President, and a nullification and fowlble resistance of all the laws he has vetoed, and an ejection of all the olllcers, including Gen. Grant, who have incurred his dis pleasure. Get down, noble Senators, therefore, into the dust. (Jo at your work of eating dirt as if you like it. You will have too much of it to do, to make any ado about it at the outset. Tito New York Time asserts that "im peachment has failed, it never was a He publican measure, but only a Kadical one, and Grimes, Fcsenden and others who wore, always among the ablest and purest men of the country and who have now diown themselves to be among the bravest, will yet be found to have saved the Republican party from des truction and will earn the gratitude of the country at large." The Boston Jourval, whose Washing ton correspondent has from the initial proceedings been very confident thatthe president would bo convicted, in the course of an article on the patty etl'eet of acquittal, says: "13ut suppose the Presi dent, after all, is acquitted and acquit ted ho must be, by Republican votes what is going to happen to the Republi can Party '.' Is any member going to leave it on that account? Are its piinci ples to be affected in the least degree? We answer no io both questions and no other answer is possible. Whence then can any pciinaucut harm ensue. No, the Republican party was raised up for great national purposes not yet entirely tulfilled. Tt lias ita work to do, and it will go right forward to its completion, no matter whether Johnson or Wade sits in the Preuidential chair. Its fate is not in the hands of any one even the best and most popular, least of all in the hands of a detected renegade. Its life is not wholly in Washington, but among the free people of this Union, a vast ma jority of whom it includes and repre sents." The New York Evcniny Post wants the President acquitted, with "sharp censure of his conduct1' The Boston Traveller says: It may be urged that impeachment is a party measure, but is also something higher than that the welfare of the country, the salvation of our government, it may be, depend upon it. And the Republi cans who vote against it will not only act in opposition to their party, and sub ject themselves to the censure which all men who violate party usages are liable, but they will put themselves in opposi tion to the interests of the country, and place themselves side by side in history with the men who have turned traitors to the government in other important eras in our history. It is stated by a Washington corres pondent that Senator Wade is quite confident that the President will be con victed. He was asked a day or two ago If his vote should be required, lie would give it, and then resign, so as to make Colfax .President. His replywas quick : "If I had twenty votes I'd give them all, and as for resigning, I never thought of such a thing ; of course I shan't." The country will have hut a day or two longer to remain In doubt. The Senate will,according to present appear ances, render a verdict to-morrow. REQiSTllATION IN TIIK SoUTIt. Oil Wednesday, Gen. Grant sent to the United States giving the number of votes registered in the Southern States under the Reconstruction Act. The whole number of votes registered in Vir ginia is, 225,933; of whom 120,111 are whites and the rest colored; in Nortli Carolina there are 100,720 whites and 7(? (W nnlnrnil vntnu 111 Rfintli Pnrnlinn there are 40,882 whites and 90,550 blacks registered : in Georgia 00,333 whites and ' 05,108 blacks ; Alabama 01,20, whites and 104,59, blacks; in Florida 11,014 blacks 10,70; in Louisiana 42,518 whites and 40,407 blacks. A Heroic Act. The Troy Times re lates tlio following act of heroism on tho part of a fireman on the New York Central Railroad: " On Satuday last Stephen Hefrerman, n fireman of tho Central railroad, per formed a most heroic act by which he saved the life of a littlo child who had, with a companion, strayed upon the track near the first milo post on Green Island, and been deserted by her larger comrade when the train came along. Tlio little girl sat on tho rail paralyzed with fear us she saw tlio ponue.'ous en gine bearing down upon nor, threaten ing Instant destruction Hoflvrninn saw tho child, and at tho risk of Ids own llfo climbed over tho engine to tho cow catcher, and as the locomotive came up on tho boneless little thine, bo reached down, snatched her from tlio track, and lifted her uninjured upon tho engine-! Tho act is worthy of all praise, and re - fleets tho highest credit upon tlio cool ness, courage and humanity of tho young man who so nobly rescued tho child from Uenth." Oiii) Lawyers. The New York Eve ning Post gives the names of seventy one lawyers in that city who have been In practice there from thirty-nine to fifty-four years. All of them were ad mitted to the bar previous to 1830; one Murray Hoffman, as early as 1812 ; two, K. A. Foot and Michael Ulslioetl'er, In , 18l;i: and James W. Gcrrad and Vied crick A. Tallmadge, In 1811. Thirty- nine of the number have been bar since 182o. at the Pleasant Ni:ws. By "a gentleman just from Ogdensburgli wc are informed that Hon. DcWllt C. Hrown, Kuperin- tendent of the Ogdensburgli and Lake ! Champlatn Railroad, and President of the Ogdensburgli Grain Elevator Com pany, lias had an additional markof the confidence of the citizens of that city confered upon him by an election on Monday, as the first Mayor of Ogdens burgli. N. Lytic, K"ij., editor of the Dally .oHrirf, came within one vote of an election as alderman. CoN.SIXMtATION OK Dit. BlSSUIilj. rOf- fical notice is givon that Rev, William Henry Augustus Bissell I) D,,will take place in Christ's Church, Montpelier, on Wednesday, the third day of June next; the Right Rev. Dr. McCoskry, Bishop of Michigan being the eonsecra- tor, assisted by the Bishops of Connccti cutand New York, and the Right Rev. Dr. Coxe, Bishop of Western New York, preaching the sermon. Cu Hi ami's Fa in ill. Jidward A. Pollard, in a recent article upon the distinguished Carolinian, states the following facts regarding the , family of the deceased: "At his death he left live sons and J two daughters, all grown up, and of' these only the eldest daughter is now , 1!..! 1.' 1! I living, r win sunn uieu in uoiisiiiiiiuoii within a short eriod of each other, one daughter of fever, and the eldest son. who had attained middle age, died of apoplexy during the recent war. Only the widow and daughter are left in oc cupation of Fort Hill, tlieold homestead embowered in trees near the banks of c..., .1 r....,,.i.. 1 1. - OV.-HV.I.-.1, .inn iwiiiicii.v juutiuiHut ui lining i hundred acres of rich river land in the highest state of cultivation. This resi dence, once the seat of the most elegant hospitality, and thronged with noble, company has, of late, been sadly invad ed by the slierill''s olllcer and the auc tioneer ; and many persons have learn ed with painful surprise that to satisfy a paltry debt of a few hundred dollars the library of the dead statesman was lately sold under the hammer, being the only property that could bo offered by ilia poverty-stricken familv, without de priving themselves of tne necessities of life. The house and land wore not sold, as, happily, by militaiy order of Gen. Canby, there, is reserved from execu tion to every family in South Ctuolina a house anil twenty acres of land attach ed to it. The proceeds of the sale of the library, one of the choicest private col lections of books in the South, were pit iful indeed. Whole shelves of books from four to six dollars a shelf; and then other personal property had to be sold to eke out the claims of the creditors." A Local " Wjiitk Fawx." 1 11 obe dience to a "whitewashing message" from some of our city " executives," the weather-beaten "Neptune" of the park fountain has been made to look like the "White Fawn" on its "last legs." We hear that the change of color of " King 1 Neptune" was obtained through the J earnest prayer of certain Democrats who insisted that mythology gives no war rant for believing that the 'dominion of the sea was ever other than a " white man's government." Bu r liny to n Times. Tin; Acting Phksidknt. The lblf lowing statement of the situation as it may soon exist is from the New York S'im : If President Johnson is removed, Ben Wade will not become President. He will be simply the presiding officer of the Senate, acting as President of the Uni ted Stines. If he should cease to be a Senator and the President of theSenate, he would thereby become disqualified to act in the higher capacity. The Senate may choose a temporary chairman or as sistant presiding olllcer to perform the duty in Mr. Wade's absence; but if it should proceed to choose a new Presi dent in his stead, the Senator so chosen would have tolact as President of the Uni ted States, and Mr. Wade would have to give way to him. But while he is thus only the acting President, he exercises all tho powers of the ofllce just the same as though ho hod been elected to It by the people. It is also manifest from those statements that his acting us Pres ident will not vacate his place as Sena fill that olUce'can be valid. tor lrom uino, anil no new election to FULTON MARKET. !:. C. GALLAIt, Proprietor. J have recently lelltted my market, which is supplied with tho best of Meat, FKh. T,li"' , unci Nil UKIIgCI, Dilcil anil Smoked It erf. AND ALL Table Delicacies of (he Season Now on hand, a nice lot of SUGAR CURED HAMS IP lit 13 S XI F I S II HAUlJUl, 1 MAOKEltEL, ' COD, CUSP and HADDOCK. 5d-tf (3L Albans, May 15, 1868. Special Notices. TO rEMALES. W. V, PADELFORD. Phvsieian nii.l Knr. aeon, Kivt'H exclusive nttciitiuu to Diseases nf unm.ili lln tinu hinitu .1 1. r,n .. .... 1.!.. ' . ""itiin. ..v ...in intuit- lunii'i ii .11 twmiilil study for the past twenty yearn. Ills practice una ueen uvy extensive both in Hospital and In tii'hntp iirnctii'n lUu I'Mi.tiluttmi ln..a wiiitii.i m all the city panels, his patients, and llicniedi- oal piofcssinn, both here and aliload. uh lielnir 1 the most skillful fpt t-ialist h le, and a thorough . master of all seual dixeitHex. Dr. I'adelloid is admitted by the best mo Heal 1 talont of tlio country to liavo no equal in the 1 treatment nf Female Complaints, ami it is no un i usual occurrence for physicians in regular prae- tiee to recommend patients to him for ticatmciit when alllieted with diseases in his speciality. Ladies will rocciw the most scientific atten tion, both medically and surgically, with private I nil:)!'! 1lli-llt4 illlt-httr k nVtiitun n.i.l ..-tll. ..1.1 .....I experienced nurses, if they wish. ine poor advised Iree of charge. Physicians or patients wishing his opinion oriu'nico. bvlcl ter, and enclosing the usual lee, will he answered by return mail. Medicines sent to all parts of the oountrv. Olllce. No. IS.) HOWARD STREET, I 'il t-l.v lloston, Mass. ! pANOEits uuitiu) IvrnfouT 7'aTn, "use , V.' f tlio knife, or eauslle burning. Cireulais 1 sent flee of charge. Address Dr.-. HANCOCK .V SON, 7(10 llrnadwav. 214-iIui New York. i pANCER, SCROFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVER I M'omi lajnt, Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Ac, eured, A look of IOC pages, senl lids. Address 1L UREKNE, M I).,' frtv to mva- II) Temple 1'inee, iiosion, .muss. .NTKD.--A11 Agent to make a thorouirh eauvass of Franklin County in hehalf of that old and reliable Life Insurance Company, The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford Conn. Liberal terms to an active, energetic man. Address. N.G.AXTELL, Peru, Clinton Co., X. V. General Agent for NorthernNeu York and Ver mont. 207-tf EKAL LOTHIUA UK LA ISLA UK CUliA. 1 In the drawings for 1808 theie will be 0011 Tickets. $390,000 IN GOLD. Drnirn Once in Si i't'iitvfii DatK. Prizes paid in Gold. Pri.es cashed and infor mation given bv GK011GK UPHAM. 173-ly (i:) N. Jlain St., Providence, I!. I. B liy Triu y's A'cyi llllilc Ilealliig Itulm! I'or it is a Magic Ointment, and will destroy and cure Kelons, Kever, Calomel, Krysipelas and Scrofula Sores, Ivy Poison, ltheuimif ism, Croup, Dipthcria, Cuts, Burns, llruises ,Vc. And i.s ul . .. ..... ,.1 1,,,. ,,.,!,,;,, II,,. .,.,,1 ci,,.ji r.. l,.,.... ..... ,......n ... ... u ..v..., ..1. ...... v.....,., ( ,s snecilic lor .Han or lienst. S. P.. DAY. Agent, St. Albans. 1H:!-Iv lOi'roi'h ol'Yout li. 4 GKXTLKMAX who Mtlferod for years from XX nervous debility, and premature decay, and nil the effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering humanily, soud free to all who need it, the receipt and directions for mak ing the simple remedy by which he was cured. Sutl'erers wishing to' pr'oiit by the advertiser's experience, can do so bv addressing, in perfect confidence, JOHN 15. OGUKN, lGG-ly 42 Cedar Street, New York. 13 P. O. . IVy a box of Poland's Plantain . . Ointment. The best Salve in the World. Take no other, but insist on having this. For sale bv all Druggists and Oountrv Dealers. Dr. J. W. POLAND, Manufacturer. Illllll'lllIlltOll. TNPOltMATION guaranteed to produce a luxu riant growth ot hair upon a bald head or a beardless face, also 11 recipo for the removal of pimples, lilotclies, eruptions, etc., on the sKin, leaving the same soft, clear, and beautiful, can lie obtained without charge bv addressing THOS. P. CHAPMAN, Chemist. GG-ly 82:) llroadwav, New York. M OTII PATCHES, PIIKCKLES ANU TAN. TUB OXTItY RELIABLE REMEDY l'or those brown 'diseolorations on the face is "Perry's Moth and Freckle Lotion." Prepared only by Dr. 11. C. Perry, 10 bond St., New York lS- Sold everywhere. sn-21()-(!m '"OltOPOSALS for .sprinkling the business por I Holm of Main, liank and Lake Streets, when required, during the year 1HGS. Send Healed proposals for one week from date, bight reserved to reject bids. H. L. SAMSON, 1 tu-o 1.. . in .Yjiiiimi, xoio. i'ui Luiiiiimiru. rX C'oiisiimpt 1 VON. T MIE Itev. Edward A. Wilson, will send (free ot chargo) to all who desiro it. tho nreHcrin- tion with tho directions for making and using the simple remedy by which ho was cured of 1 lung affection and that dread disease Consumn Hon. His only object is to benefit tho afflicted and he hopes every sufferer will try this prescrip tion, as it will cost them nothing and may prove a messing. 1 lease auareHs ItEV. EDWAltD A. WILSON, Williamsburg, Kings Co., Now York. HiG-ly "It "Work's Like a Charm." Heimc's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Head ache. ltenne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Tooth ache. ltenne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Neural gia. lienno'H Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Cholera .Morbus. ltenne's Pain-Killing Magio Oil cures liheu mutism. ltenne's Pain-Killing Magio Oil cures Lame ness. Itenno's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Skin DiscabeH. Some folks seem to bo proud of telling how "lamo their shouldcrb aro" of my crick in tho back"- or, "I have got tho Sciatica"- and du lignun uranging tnat "notiiing cair.curo mof nut, wncn wo get such "awlul lolKs" to use Hcene's Pain-Killing Magic Oil, faithfully, wo not only euro their lameness and charm "awav their pains, but wo actually take all that kind of "brag out of them!', and they frankly own up ami say, "it worus uue a enarin r .Sold by all Druggists, Merchants and flrocets. - WM.ltKNNK, Solo proprietor and manufacturer, Pittslleld, hush, iisu-eow-iy TVSSOLUTION Tho copartnership hereto XJ loro existing under tho namo of Wvinan A Huntington is by mutual coneiit this day clU- Huivi'M. an accouiiiH whii huki nrin must do settled immediately. Either partner is author izeii 10 receipt lor ine same. OHAItLES WYMAN, E. H. HUNTINGTON. St. Alpans, Ecu. 10th, 18G8. Tho watch and jewelry business in all it bran ches will be continued, with promptness, and in a workmanliko manner as heretofore, bv CHAltLES WYMAN. 203tf &0 TO WM. Jn SMITH A Patent Mouldod Collar. CO'S for Grav'n FOlt SPUING STYLES OF HATS AND CAPS, call on WM N. SMITH ,t CO. rl5W OI'OTHING of XI received at WM. ALL KINDS, JUST N. SMITH A CO'S. RUIMKK Coats, b kimjs nt WM. A. SMPI'H t A. CO'S., CAPS FOlt SPUING JUST ItECEIYED AT WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. FOlt SPUING STYLE OF SOFT HATS, go to WM. N. SMITH A COX M'GOWAN & BROWN, SAlJOUiltY, VAtlltlAUF, AMI BUILDING- HARDWARE. We have the l.irgent and best assorted stock of poods of every description, in tlio abovo Hue. to be found in the State. As gouts for thf-hrgM Ileltinn Factories, wo keep a Muppiy of L PL I Ttl Kit Kh TlXU Of all sues on hand. We oiler a full and com. (iiuiu .i.-euiilliuill 01 j Carriayf and Humes Maker Sttppliex, And are constantly receiving consignments of a superior article of Oak ami Hemlock Harness Leather. Patent C.illnv ii,.,j.f m..,! ,.i . I , 1 I . f . tlllnni 1, 1,11,11 Split Skirting mid Winker. Hard and soft Dash, ' Kniiameled Oil Top and ! Q Jt A J A" II 00 T L E A T HF.Jt. CARPETING AND OIL CLOTH, Which we offer al a low cash figure. McGOWAN A U1IOWN, .1. niorniNoiiAM m'oowan, i St. AlbaiiH, Vt. (IK01101: v. mtow.v. , dl-tf 10,000 ROLLS PAPER HANGING? Of ditfeient patteniK. OIL SHADES. CUltTAIN ITXTUItES. conn ANU 'PASS I M.S. Also, F U R jSt 1 T U R E Of all kinds, just received, at ld-tf II. LIVINOSTON A SONS. THE PEOPLE'S DRUGSTORE! r j"1IIE subscriber offers for sale to the penile of X St. Albans, Pranklin County and Vicinity, a very well selected stock of choice Drugs, Chemicals, llcsinoiils &p. Perfumeries and Fancy Articles gencrallv such as are kept in a first class City Drug Store. PA TEST MEDIVIXES. HAH! 1!EST01!E1!S.-Mrs. Allen's, Hall's, King's, Martha Washington, Webster's, Sterl ings, narrcit s, miciuix, .uexican Ac., .ve. TltUSSKS, SUI'POItTElt, SHOULDHlt IlKACIX AC, AO Choice Druggists' Groceries ! Such as pure spices, Cream Tartar, Soda, Mus tard, Soaps, Flavoring Extracts, Farina, Corn Starch, Wheaten Grits, Ac. I'i'esrrijttions VavvfnUy I'l-epared And Druggists' and Physicians' orders solicited. This store will not ho undersold by any on goods 01 ine same quality, out win sustain, at all events, its reputation for cheapness and relia bilitv, and in all eases we shall be happy to re ceive our customers, and wait on them with proper care and attention. JJr. a. -il. Plant, late of .Milton, will bo pleased to receive all his friends and acquaintances. ST. ALBANS LIQUOR AGENCY. Pure Liqu its constantly on hand for Medicinal purpose.-). dl-tf S. Jt. DAY, Agent. GKNTS WANTED FOI! THE OFFICIAL HISTOIIY OF THE If Alt, Its Causes. Character, Conduct and Results ! By Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, A Book for all Sections and all Parties. This great work presents the only complete and impartial analysis of the causes of tho War yet published, and gives these interior lights and shadows or the great conflict onlv known to those high officers who watched tho fl'ood-tido of revolution from its fountain springs, and which were ho accessible to Mr. Stephens from his po sition as second olllcer of tho Confederacy. Tho public that has been surfeited witli appa rently similar productions, wo liromiso a chango of fare, both agreeable- and salutary, and an in tellectual treat of the highest order. The Great American War has at last found ft historian worthy of its importance, and at whoso hands it will receive that moderate, candid and impar tial treatment which truth;,ind justice so urgent, ly demand. Tho intense desire eveiywhero manifested to obtain this work, its ollleial character and ready Hale, combined willi an increased commission, make it the best subscription book ever pub lished, One Agent In Eastou, Pa., reports 72 subscri bers in three days. One in lloston, Mahs., 10:i subscribers in four davH. Ono in Memphis, Tenn., 10(1 subscribers in llvo days. Send for circulars and see our terms, and n full description of tho work, with press notices of advance sheets, Ac. Address NATIONAL PUI1LISHING CO. 2fi South Seventh St., Philadelphia, Pa. BILLIARD TABLES, MASiJi'.v(rrxi!i: nv J. E. CAME, & CO, With Phclaii A Cullender's New Improved Coin bination Cushions, patented Nov. 2(1, 1SG7. Old Tables ro-cushioucd with tho nbovo New Com bination Cushions for $75 per set. These Now Cushions liavo proved, by actual use, to excel all othor styles over made. Tables of all styles and finish constantly 011 hand. AUo, Pliolau A Collendcr'H Combined Dining and Milliard Ta ,jle J. E. CAME A CO., 310-3IU 1H Sudbury St., lloston. N TECK Tied and Scarfs, of all kinds ut WM. ft. SMITH A CO S. BOYS, GO TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S FOR YOUR SPRING CLOTHING. rAMILY GROCERIES ' Messrs. vScolicld & Vincent . i LAKK STREET, ST. ALBANS, Conitantly keep 011 hand a froih and hrgi sup ply of the best FAMILY GROCERIES. CotlHiHtillg Of Flour. G-rain, Feed, Butter, Pork, Fish, Vegetables, Etc., Sugars, Molassea, Teas. Coffees, Spices &c And imleixl an assortment consisting of articles too numerous to mention, but all such as are needed for family use, and at tho most reasona ble prices. Call and examine our stock and prices, and satisfy yourselves. ' ' SCOI'IELD A VINCENT. St. Albans, May 11!. iU-tf CLOTHING STORE ON LAKE STHEKT, MORTON & PERCY! Having bought of i. W. Illodgett his new and eiitii" stock of ULOTiriXG, FUllXISHIiXa GOODS', II ATS ANE CAPS, HOOTS AND SJrOES Feel .satisfied in saving to the public that they can sell goods as low as can be bought in Frank" lin County. All wo ask is to have customers come in, and satisfy themselves, before pur chasing elsewhere. We have, and aro receiving, all the new styles from market, ciiuiistin;; of READY MADE CLOTHING, FUIiNISIIINCi GOODS, LINEN AND PAPEU COLLLAltS Of endless varieties, and a largo and well selected Stock of Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats and Boots, Which wo will sell low for cash. Wo have the largest assortment of HATS AND OAFS To be found in Northern Vermont. If you don't believe it, call and see for yourselves. Our Clothing Is New and Desirable, consisting of SPUING OVEli SACKS, TlilCOT SUITS, FANCY SPUING SUITS, HLAOK SUITS, LIGHT COLORED CASSIMEItE PANTS PANTS AND VESTS, LINEN PANTS, TIES, AND VESTS, LINEN VESTS, CUFS, AND BUTTONS. Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Wo have a few Winter Over CoatH left, that wo will sell at a big discount from cost, for cash, ltcmcmbcr tho place, Two doors West of the American House, Lake Street. MOKTON A PEUCY. Hk.nhy G. Mokton. Amikkt N. Pr.ucv. ld-tf Formerly witli Win. N. Smi th A Co Fll irjT, COXFECTfOXEJt V, AND - TOBACCO STOKE, Wholesale and Retail I ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED AT CITY WHOLESALE PRICES. I.AltUK .HSOIlTMEKT OF MERESCHAUM PIPES; UVKUV I'll'E WAllItANTnn. Fruits of all Kinds in their Season. ORANGES, LEMONS, PINEAPPLES, UANANAS, STRAWUEER1ES, 'APPLES, AC, AC, AC. Largest Assortment of Confec tionery in the State. Give us a cull. Hank Street, St. Albans, Vt. dl-tf H. L. SAMSON A CO, NEW GOODS H. C. POST & CO'R. rpiIE undersigned having Just returned from X market with a new and eomnleteassortiiient of DRY GOODS, Are prepared to offer great inducements to ens. turners. We tunc a hrgo stock of dross goods, consisting of Plain Ai.vaivah, Poi'I.IN Al.VAcGAX, Sir.u Poi-i.Ks, SlI.K AND Wvot.PiHM.INM. MoZAMlllQUKS, liuuar.s, Dr.i.uss At GINGHAMS, CHAMUltAYS, MUSLINS, OAMIHtlCS, PU1NTS, The llest McrriinavH unit Coeieeus. White Goods, Cr.mliiics, Linen, Muslin, Linen Cambrics, Lawns, Linen Lawns, Nainsooks, White DimV Muslin mid Cainbrie. l-'mbrodeiies, Lace Edgings-, Ac. also a large variety of GLOVES AND HOSIERY, Silk and Velvet Ribbons all widths slid colors. Cotton and Linen Trimmings and llraids. In fact, we have a better line of Yankee, Notions and Trimings TnsUciW Uliiu ever. We shall constantly keep on hand and for sale the Beau Mode Skirt and French Woven Corset, The best in tlio market. Wo make Cloth. Can simeres, and Taylor's Trimings a speciality, and will make it an object for purchasers to exomine goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere. H. C. POST A CO., Corner Main and Fairlield St's. St. Albans, Vt., May 1st, l(iS. 215-Iw LINEN Collars of every description at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. CROCKERY ! CROCKERY ! I have just received a largo lot of first und second quality of Stone and China Ware, coin prising two New and Elegant Patterns called 'Gen. Grant" Patterns. Also a largo stock or Cutlery, Glass and Stone Ware, which I offer for sale cheap. PieaBo call and aw before purchas ing elsewhere. At tho old Farrar Hlock, ono dor nortli of George II. Varrar's. P. G. SKINNER. Kt. Albums. Oct 54th. 1H66. 13(!-tf The American Cooking Stove In Court. AT an adjourned term of the Circuit Court ol" tho United States, for tho Northern District of New York, in tho second circuit held at thd City Hall, in the city of Albany, tho 28th dav of January, in the year of our Lord 1H0H, Piikhknt : Tho Hon. Nathan K. Hai.l, Juihn. Jacoh H. SiiKAit A Josiji'ii Packahi, ) m. ln Mliiitif Gi;o. U. P.uuA John M. Rookwiuj.. ) It is further ordered, adjudged and decreed, that n perpetual injunction bo issued in thi suit against tho defendants, restraing them from further infringements or said Patent, No. 31,400. Dated Dec. 3th, 18(13, for improvements in cooking stoves, pursuant to and in accord ance with tho prayer or tho Rill of Complaint. Signed A. A. Uovck, Clerk: Tho abovo was instituted for infringement of tho Patent scouring tho manner of Httinf the ash pan in the hearth of the American Cuukiug; Stove, and for the combination of the bill ash pan. Wo have repeatedly cautioned the public against selling or unlng stovea with these nnproveinets not manufactured by us. All per sona now selling ur using stovea with theso im provoinonta in violation of tho abovo injunction, without licensu from us, will be Halo to lino and imprisonment. SHEAR, PACKARD A CO. 203-Um. Albany, N. Y. FOR SALE M, WALKElt. T RICOP Pantti and Vest at WM. N. SMIl.'tACO'S. BLACK DRESS SUITS OF EVERY KIND A'P WM. N .(SMITH A CO'S. FOR SPRING STYLE OF SILK HATH, call at, WM. N. SMITH CO'S, SACK COATS FOR SPRING, Ro to WM. N. SMITH A CP'S, SHIRTS, Suspenders, Gloves, and Hosery of all kinds at WM. N. SMITHS CO'S,