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V ER 1 0 1STT DAILY rrRANSGUlPT, JUNE 1868.
NEW F I K jVF ! HTEW GOODS OMrnitNo t CUT THTS OITT ! K14A" ,,U,S1 ,!i5u),,,m!)! 1868, jt ssSEfi 1868, NEW GOODS. NEAT AND NEW!' vnr. itiinisihui to v Ogdensburgh to the West. In i 1 1 in nil 9TO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would say to tlii' people of Franklin County, thnt they arc ir pared to otter them FAXftXX.1T GROCERIES, rrosh from market, at tho lowest cash price, at Wholesale and retail. TEAS. Young Hvson, Japan, Oolong and English Prcak fast. Tfic llncst in tho inuiki't. If youyant mixed Teas, Imv pure Teas of DAllNES A CltOWLEY, jilek raspberry leaves and mix to Milt your taste. You will liud it cheaper than to hliv mixed Teas of any New York Tea Company. DAllNES A CltOWLEY KEEP THE PEST corrans. UI.D GOVEUNMEaT .JAVA, UK), Al'ItlCAN, I AND GltOUND COFFEE, SPICES. Ktllftly pure. Go to DAllNES A- OllOWLEY'S for the bent V. R. IflCOIiASSESj SUGAHHOUSE DUCAIIS. V. 1J HAVANA, .MUSCOVADO, DEMEPAHA, AX I) peitned OF ALL GPADES. If vim would keep clean, buy your SOAPS Of DAPNES A CltOWLEY. doddins, KENDALL, PEEltLKSS, O. K., PIONEEll. AC, AC. toilet soaps, ao. To Toliaeeo Chewois, Smokers, and Siiull'-Ta-kors : Wo buy of the manufacturers, and can please you both in quality and price. Wo want Fanners and Dealers to bear in mind that we keep the l'ure lloston ground ROOK SALT,. The onN salt suitable for dairy purposes, which w ill be sold as low as can bought in Ibis market. For a good light and no danger of explosions, buy your KEROSENE OXL OniAllXEN A CltOWLEY. I'rice as low as I be lowest. FLOUR. The best brands constantly on hand. Al-w, Graham and Puckwhoat Flo'ur, live and Corn Meal Finally if you want anything in the line ot good grotcries, the place to buy them is at DADN ES A CROWLEY'S. Cash paid for all kinds of Country Produce Goods sold at wholesale at the lowest possiblo figure. 2111 11A1IXES A CltOWLEY. ouokob w. UAiiNUs, l st Albans Y(. i. .1. 1'ltowi.r.Y,. i NOTICE. riAHE St. Albans Hank of. St. Albans, Vt whose J charter terminated on the2."th day of March, 18C8, hereby give notice that it will redeem its outstanding bills, at ils banking house, in tho Vermont National Dank of Kt. Albans, for ono vcav from tho 25th dnv of Mav, 1H0S, agreeably to the following act. ' D. DAULOW, Cashier. St. Albans, Vt., May 20th, 1SHS. An act relating to tho ledcmption of Dank notes. It is hereby enacted, Ac. Six'. 1. After the expiration of the charter of any bank chartered by this State, or after tho termination of tho existence of any such bank, agreeably to tho laws of this State, such bank may causo notico to bo published in all tho week ly newspapers of tho county where such bank is located, for ono full year, setting forth that said bank will redeem its outstanding bills, tho day of tho expiration of its charter or tho date of tho termination of its oxistence, and a copy of this act; and upon duo publication ot such no tice, noither such bank nor its officers shall bo liable to any action for tho non-redemption for anv of its outstanding bills, unless the same shall have been duly .presented and payment thereof demanded within tho year aforesaid, at tho banking house of said bank. Skc. 2. After tho expiration of tho charter, or alter tho termination of tho existence of any such bank, as aforesaid, such bank shall ceaso to bo subject to tho operation, or liable to tho provisions of tho sixty-third section of chapter iiifjhtv-nino of tho gounrnl statutes. See. 11, This act shall fako effect from its passage, Approved Nov. May 20th, 1808. 10, 18(i(i. 21G.lv REMOVED. rnHE Subscriber has removed Ins stock of J. goods to Dames' Dlock, Lako Street, oppo site tho St. Albans Foundry, and will contuiuo business thero until tho completion of his new Store on Main Street. VICTOU ATWOOD. fit. Albans, May 11, 18B8. 210-tf. DLSS0LUTI0N Tho copartnership hereto fore existing under tho namo of Wyman A Huntington is by mutual conont this daycils. sfilvcl. All accounts wltll said llrm mnst bo settled immediately. Either partner is author ized to receipt for the same. OHADLES WYMAN, E. II. HUNTINGTON. St. Alpans, Ecb. 10th, 1808. 1'ho watch and jewelry business in all it bran ches will be continued, with promptness, and in a workmaiiliko manner as horotofore, by CJI.VHLE.S MAN. 203tf 8 HAKE8PEHB Collars, of all kinds at wj, N, d Mil Jl k t;u, H. C. POST & GO'S. rpHE undersigned having just returned from JL mnrketwith aiiPWandrnmpletnasHorttuentof DEY GOODS, Are prepared to oiler groat ilidueeinentH to cus- I turners, Wo hao a large stock of dro.-H goods,, consisting of Pi..u.v Atfr?Atju.s, ' Prhuisvi,ieoAs, . i Sir.K I'oiM.lKs, SlI.K ANIWO01JP01'I,lNS, I : MoXlMnilJltEri? ll.VuAnii.ij Diu.uxs .Vd. ginghamsj. muneinu? CHAMP11AYS, CAMDPICS. P11INT8' Tim lirst Mcfi'hiKtvs ami (.'orirros. White Goods, Cambrics, Muslins, Lawns, Nainsooks, Linens, Linen Cambrics, Linen Lawns, White Dim'v Muslin and Caiubfic Embroderies, Lace Ede;ine;s, Ac, also a larRo variety of GLOVES AND HOSIERY, Silk and Velvet Kibbons all widths sod colors, Cotton and Linen TrimminKH and liraids. In fact, we have a better line of Yankee Notions and Trimings To show than ever. We shall constantly keep on hand and for sale the Beau Mode Skirt and French Woven Corset, The best in the market. We make Cloth, Cas siineres, and Taylor's 'J'riinins a speciality, and will make it an object for purchasers to oxemino Hoods and prices before purchasing elsewhere. II. C. POST A CO., Corner Main and Fairticld St's. St. Albans, Vt., May 1st, 1808. 215-4 r R. BRAXNERD, Successor to Leonard, Diainerd A Co., WUOI.ESAI.i: A Nil llllTAIl. DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY, ST. ALDAN'S VEHMOXT. Dealer which in IIU'C Iiritnn and Chemirals, all of ich are bouglii and will be sold at lowest liv ing rates. JiesmoKis I'.cicctic reparations, u. S. P. Tinctures, Fluid Extracts, Powdered Drugs, Ac, Ac. Very choice Perfumeries and Toilet Articles, Drushes of all kinds, Dathing Towels, Toilet Sets. Wallots, Pocket Dooks and Dill Holders, Hand Mirrors, Thermometers, choice French, English and American Soaps. Patent Mcdccines in great variety New and Desirable Stationery, Envelopes, Triple thick', Open end, White, Ca nary, Dull', Gold, Corn, and Manilla. Fino Com mercial note paper, Letter, Foolscap, Dill and Hernion paper. Initial Fapntrle, A few packets in very lato styles, just received, French Commercial, Octavo, Ladies Note, and Sipiaro paper, and Envelopes to match. Call early, while tho assortment is full. Flower Seeds, A very lach'o assortment just in, inclnding very choice and raro kinds, such an tho IJnoat varie ties of Asters, Dalsam, Patunia. Pansy, Phlox, Stocks, Zinnias, Ac, and a nico lot of Everlasting Flowers and Ornamental Grasses. Intending purchas ers would lind it for their advantage to cxamino while tho stock is comnloto, GADDEN SEEDS, from all tho best Seedsmen. Kerosene 011, Better and Cheaper Than Any. Puro ground and whole spices, and flavoring ex tracts, and tho usual lot of DPUGGIST'S GltOCEKIES. Dyo Woods and Dye Ktutfs. Liquid Family Dyes. Neat's Foot Oil, Ac, Ac. jar Physicians' orders correctly filled with promptness, and puro goods supplied at low prices. PDESC1UPTIONS Carefully Compounded. Trusscs.Shouldcr Draces, Abdominal Supporters, Ac, fitted by a competent person. Agency for Ar Showe & Co's iiii uuu v-'iim.'i',, nun iu uunin, .lutiiiiD. ww, $1 10, 1 20, fl 10, and $1 50 per lb. All Teas warranted, and money refunded if not satisfac tory. It. D1UINKHD. St. Albans, May 2, 1803. 130-tf SACK COATS FOD SPUING, go to WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. rjpitlCOT Sacks at WM.N. SMITH ACQ'S. IN ST. ALBANS. The ilvw Store on Lake Sired, GREENE & NSCKOXiS. Tho undersigned Inviug nicely fitted up this store in tho American House liloek, on Lake. St., and stocked it with a ehoire assortment of Ditiras and medicines : Itespcctfully solicit a share of fhe patronage of this community, feeling sure that tlioy can give satisfaction in goods and juices. Our stock consists (if DliUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, PEPFUM KEY, TOILET A11TCL1W, DYES, A-O. OIIU STOOK OF PATENT XHEDXCmSS, Is complete, consisting in all the approved va rieties, ami our general stoci; liicluues all roods usually kept in a store of this l ind. Headiiuar- tern tor tlie A. B. A. BITTERS, One of the best Spring Medicines in the mar ket. Physicians orders solicited, and carefully and promptly tilled. In quality and price we guaranteo to satisfy all who favor uh with their patronage. Store open on Sundays at noon, for supplying neeessarv medicines. DR. NICHOLS Is a practicing Physician in regular standing, and will attend to all professional calls. Ite meinber tho place, under the American House, Lake Street, St. Albans, dl-tf GDEEN A NICHOLS. Tho 1 r,L if will quickly restore Gray Hair to its natural color and beauty, and produce luxuriant growth. It ii perfectly harmless, and is preferred over every other preparation by those who have a fine head of hair, as well as those who wish to restore it. The beautiful gloss and perfume imparted to the Hair make it desirable for old and young. For Sale by all Druggist. DEPOT, 19S GREENWICH ST., N. Y. IXSim.Y.VCE. -Tho undersigned will take risks for either of tho following first clas IiiHnranco Cqmpanies: Home Insurance Company OF NEW HAVEN Capital Stock. Sl,0OO,O0O. International of New York. CAPITAL, $1,000,000. Fire and Marine of Springfield. Oiipllul Htoolc, 8500,000. National Insurance Com pany, Boston, CAPITAL $300,000!! Insure against Firo and Mariuo Disks. Not ex ceeding $30,000 on any ono Disk. Each of tho abovo amouuts of Stock paid in. M. DUCK, Agent, Oftlco over 'Weeks' store, St. Albans, Vt. Nov. 1st, 18G0. 11-tf. FOU SPUING OVEDCOATS OF ALL KINDS, goto WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. . i mi am in FOR YOUR PAPER I! NINBTKHN 1)01,1. (im IN GREENBACKS ' AN'll litis ADVlllinsUMllNT GOOD FOR TWENTY DOLLARS nini: roi.i.Aus and nrrv er.NTs GOOD FOR TEN DOLLARS! One of these Advertisements will be accepted as one dollar on every ear.li purchase amounting to TWENTY DOLLARS. ok ') wiuvr.s o, a I'lrni'iiASK or TEST DOLLARS. OU TWENTY-FIVE CENTS on a 1 UltCllASE of riTTE DOLLARS. Or a copy of the Vermont Transcript one Year On a. Cash I'ttrvlutxo of fi.'tO. XV- WHEELER AND BAILEY'S. Wo have in variety and style, not to be sur passed in Northeru'Vcrmont, BOOTS AND SHOES ! Crockery and Glass Ware, Leather and Shoo Findings. Also Agents for the GREAT NEW YORK TEA COMPANY. Tv.oiilv-tluvo different kinds of Teas at (10 cts., 7u cts., 80 ets., 1)0 cts., $1.00, il.A), $1,1.1, and the very best at fl. 2."). Codecs !)!) and !!." cts., and the very best at 10 cts. Every thing in CUSTOM WORK ! Wo manufacture to order. Our bt.vloN of work ' consist of Ladios' and Misses' Polish, high cut, and Dutton Doots, of the finest quality of Merge Kid and Calf Skins, anil of perfect pattern. Of ; lients wear, wo are tlie l j Acknowledged Champions ! 1 Consisting of Oxford Ties, Dalmorals, Gaiters, j and Doots with or without the box toes, made from the real warranted FRENCH CAX.F ! f Call early and often at the Wholesale and Detail Cheap Cash Store. WHEELED A DAI LEY, l!)8-ly Main Street, opposite the Court House. ( at BREM & WKTHEIUiEE'S FOR DltESS GOODS, DOMESTICS, WOOLENS, SHAWLS, WHITE GOODS, GLOVES, IIOSIEHY, POCKET KNIVES, NOTIONS, AO. TEAS, COFFEES, SUGADS, SPICES, DA1SINS, , CHACKEDR, DHOOMS, . KEDOSEN OIL, SALT, AC, AC. 110-tf fi O TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for the Dcmis VJT Pa Patent Shape Collar, pitUNKB OF ALL KINDS ; TRAVELLING I Dags of all kinds, at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. GENT WANTED. To solicit oi dors for all kinds of marblo work, either on commission or by tho month. Ono uao to tuo uusuicsa prororrou. Ajuuy uy loner or personally, St. Albans, April 20tb, 1803. 2J3-(lw SMITH & FOSTER iiviNi i. i:snii riiroi.nsTA'Cii at Ko. 2. Darrow Block ! I MAIN STREET, For a term of years, have closed their branch i store on Lake Street, and consolidated at Xo. 2, j Darrow Dlock, where you can lind many goods Sold at Cost, Such art Over Coats, Under Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Drawors, Mats Caps. Ac, Ac. We aio selling our Heavy Goods At cost, and less, to make loom to our Spring Stock, that is idrpady coining in. We Keep tho largest assoitment of Full Suits, Half Suits, Coats, Vests and Pants, Under Gar ments, Hats, (Japs, Collars. Wo not only make a speciality of the l.cmis Collar. Dot keep a largo assortment of a dozen other styles. Tics, Dows, and Knots. Wo have and keap for sale, every New Style. We ask atten tion of all who wish CLOT H I NG FURNISHING GOODS r, n..ni:t,..,F ,rr,,i u wnl.-eniitl.fil.oMl lw ,'nV,'n ,.t . V,. ' D ir.viu' Dlock, you can satisfy yourselves, bling if you don't purchase. No irnim. " i,""" SMITH A FOSTElt. l,. m'd, smith, lfij-llm (i. u. ros'iiut. 200 TOJSTS i J3T A ftP T- A RT t ' J- -UxXlJ JV. JLi J-V A. XXJ.VXkJ 1 n , , OiLhand and arriving, fresh ground, in sacks,; Tho Plaster is too well known as a fertilizer in, this county to need anv comments. Every . farmer should avail himself of a few Ions before the sleighing is gone. ALSO- F1VE HUNDRED USIIELS OF Hungarian oats 1 1 ..SSSIi:1 !ffr.l.f.I,JfSA,l?. t bushel, and a very heavy yielding oat. -ALSO- NORTHERN CLOVER SEED liaised iu Grand Isle County. (JRASS HKEI), CORN, lilJCK WHEAT; Ten tons choice ,. . DAIR-y ilXTD OHB2SB SALT Also, a largo stook of FRESH GROUNDFLOUR, On hand, which wo aro selling FROM $10 50 TO $17. The abovo btock la bought for cash, and hold at a small advance from coat. CALL AND HXAMIKJO. Cash paid for all kinds of Farm Produce, 201-r.w. S. 0. NODLE A SON. 7 H OUGHTON'S OYSTED HOUSE, - -iuHr,Mn,vr BAKNES' BLOCK ! LAKU NTltirr ST. AI.11ANS. Chesapeake & Kaiiimore Oysters AT WIIOI.KSAI.C AND IIUTAII.. This brand of oysters is tho largest and finest in tho market. Hotels, Privato Parties, and Fes tivals, furnished at inside priccH. 108 VTW OLOTHINO OF ALL KllfbS, JUST 1 received at WJt. N. SMITH A CO'S. Xortlwni Ti asportation Con, ,,! Tho only Through Daily Line between Ogdensburgh and Chicago I I And Intermediate potts. , Only Six Days Through With out Change of Boat. Thin well known and leliable Companv, will, dnriiig the present Seasoti, run ther Lino o ' tlrst cl.iss Upper Cabin stounors rtailv, botweon Ogdensburgli. Oswego, C leveland, Tolid ., Di" tioit, ( lucagoMilwaul.ee. and Interim .Hate ports, leaving Ogdensburgh .in arrival of Ev piess tram from the EaM. PASSENGERS AND FAMILIES Moving West, can embark with their hurt Teams'; Stock' Ac,, and land t.Vether wut disturbance or ti nnsbiiininnt U ,i,i.. . .. destination, thus avoiding the great iucomci,. ieiicc ol the many elmies. delavs and eiiin ses, of other routes. These .steamer have liue Cabins and Slate Itoonw, ntnplv and neatL fur lushed, for lhst class Passengers and Families. v"-y wi?,1,l,to '''irinshlhoii ,, ,,n,vtj0llMl No ofliirts will be spared to maintain the repul.i Hon of (his, as the CHEAPEST AND JillST L'OVTE! A thorough rebuilding, relating, repairing and lelin mslied, with so er.il new boats added to the 'lini', makes this now the most comfort j hie, pleasant and eMicililious unite to the great West. Do Mire and see the Agents of this line before you buy your ticket. Trust v men will always meet passengers at tho depot' in Ogdens burgh to take cheeks and re-check Daggace Ask lor tickets via hn h ' NOP TJrHHN Tit A NSl'O It TA ION VO'SSTKAMEltS! The only Daily American Line leaving Oe-dens. burgh. We will make it the interest of over inn ,11. r to i-eo the Agents of the line before i'p .lvhnsmg elsewhere, riirough tickets over all the Wes tern l!ailro:id Lilies can be obtained on aoi itca. .turn to GEO. W. SMITH, office, comer For!l il Path lvon Kts., opposite, loliiison House, Ogd.-ni-burgh, N. V. One hundred pounds of b.u;gagt. free to each passenger. PAQGAGE VIIEVKED THROUGH! To all points. For through tickets and other infot (nation, apply to (. A, EDDY. Olliee Steamers' Lauding. Ogdensburgh, N.Y. Geo. W. Smith, General Ticket Agent. H, G. Goodno, Passenger Agent. 212-tf HCJ.VXS AM) niKl.OIJKUXS! . The subsoiltier would announce that be lias 1 received the agency tor the Shonliiger Or gan and Mclodeon Company, N'ewHaveii, Conn., and will furnish instnui'tn'tH of the fjxjcst roxi: axj fixjsu, I To Agents or Families, on tho most riasonablo I terms. They niaiiufaeturo lifty different kinds ' iioni one to six suts reeds, witn or witnont t'i ii kt i .vii '! .'ifi r it All ol these instruments possess great power, , with sweetness and flexibility of tone, as read I to respond to tho touch as ii piano; the case'n are highly ornamented in external finish, tln very best of materials being used -warranted In UIVK .SATISFACTJOX. "-v lH'rwm wishing the best instrument for tho least amount of money, will do well to examine these before purchasing elsewhere. CD. FAltltAlt. Agenl, St, AlbjuiH. Vt. fl82-(!ms STATU OF VJJKMONT. J .,,,..,., ... ...',!, .,,7,7 , .77.,,,,,,., 4 GENTS WANTED POD THE OFFICIAL niSToiiV or the n ah. Its CauseB. Char.icter, Conduct and Results ! 1 By Hon, Alexander H, Stephens. ! A Book for all Sections and all I Parties. This great work presents tho only complete and impartial analysis of tho canses'of the War yet published, and gives these interior lights and shadows of the great conflict only known to lliosn lili.li nl'liciM'M who wntelii'il the Hnnri.Hilit nf revolution l'rom its fountain springs, and which I were so accessildo to Mr. Stephens from his po ' bititm as second oflicer of tho Confederacy. The public that has boon surfeited withappa ' rently similar productions, wo promiso achango ! of faro, both agreeable and salutary, and an in tellectual treat of tho highest order. Tho Great American War has at last found a historian I worthy of its importance, and at whoso hands I it will receive tliat moderate, cauuui anil impar tial treatment wlilcn trutn;aiiu justice so urgent Jy demand. Tho intenso desire oveiywhoro manifested to obtain this work, its ollleial eharactor and ready sale, combined with an increased commission, mako it the best subscription book ever pub- usncil. Ono Agent in Easton, Pa., renorts 72 subscri bers in three days. Ono iu Dostoti, Mass., 101) subscrbeirs in four days. Ono in Memphis, Tenn., 100 subscribers in live days. Send for circulars and bee our terms, and a full description of tho work, with press notices of advance sheets, Ac. Address NATIONAL PUDLISHING CO. 2(1 South Sovonth St., Philadelphia, Pa. AGENTS WANTED FOU THE LIFE OF GEN. U. S. GRANT. Dy Hon. Honrv C, Demiiig. Tho only work of the kind issued under tho sanction and by the mi thorihj of Grant Mmsef Tho author is well known as ono of tho most brilliant writers and eloquent orators in tho country. Agents will find this ono of tho most intensely interesting biographies over published i vor published in America, anil will jueei wuu are R. S. SC11AN Hartford, Ct. meet with a ready sale. For particulars, address R. S. SC11ANTON A CO., 120 Asylum Btreoi, FOU SPllINO STYLE OF SILK HATS, call at WM. N. SMITH i; CO'S. JECK Tics and Scarfs, of all kinds at J WM. N. SMITH ACQ'S. PAPEU and Linen Cull's, a largo assortment, ut WM.N'.SIUTH&CO'S.