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VKRMOTSTT DAILY TRA.NBOTHPT, JinSTHJ 6, 1868.
NEW FIRM ! AND NEW GOODS. NEW GOOES gOMETIHN'O CUT THIS OUT ! -J15,l THIS! H11A 1) THIS I 1868, &gEsfc Jkzh 1868, NEAT AND NEW! MONKV FtlllNIKlir.I) TO l'.W BARMB8 & OROWLltV WO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would Buy to the peoplo of Franklin County, thnt they are prepared to offer them FAIVIXIiir GROCERIES, Fresh from market, at the lowest cash pi ice, nt Wholesale and retail. TEAS. Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong and English Break fast. The finest in the maikot. It you, want mixed Teas, buy pure Ten of HAltNKKiV CltOWLHV, pick 'raspberry leaves and mix to Miit your taste. You will llnd ii cheaper tlian to buy mixed Teas of any Now York Tun Company. HAltNES ,V OI!OWLE KEEP THE BEST coffees. Old) UOYKIINMEVI' JAVA, 'it 10, AFMOAN, AND GltOUND COFFEE, SPICES. .Strictly puro, Oo to UAHNKH .V OllOWLKY'S for the best P. B. MOLASSES, STJOAIIHOUSE STTHtJPS. STTGAHS. '. It., HAVANA, MUSCOVADO, DEMEllAltA, AND HEFINED OF ALL GHADES. f you would keep elean, buy your SOAPS Of BAltNES A C1I0WLEY. IIOBDINS, KENDALL, PEEltLESS, O. K., riONEElt, .V.C., C. TOILET SOAPS, AO. To Tobacco Ohowers, Smokers, and Smill-TV kors : Wo buy of tlio manufacturers, and can please you botli in quality and price. We want Farmers and Dealers to hear in mind that we keep the l'nru Boston ground BOOK SALT, The onls salt suitable for dairy purposes, which will be sold as low as can bought in this market. For a good light and no danger of explosions, buy your KEROSENE OIL OfDAHNES A CltOWLEY. Trice as low ah tlio lowest. FLOUR. Tho best brands constantly on hand. Also, Graham and lJuckwhc.it Flour, live and Corn Meal Finally if you want anything in the lino of good groteries, the place to buv them is at BAltNES A- CllOWLEY'S. Cash paid for all kinds of Country Produce. -Goods bold at wholcsalo at the lowest possiblu figure. 213 BAltNES A CltOWLEY. St. Albans Vt. NOTICE. milE St. Albans Hank of St. Albans, Yt whose L charter terminated on tho 25th day of March, 1808, hereby give notice that it will rodeo in its outstanding bills, at its banking house, in tho Vermont National Hank of St. Albans, for ono vear lroni the 2Sth clav ot Mav, 1KUS, agrecaulv to tho following act. ' ' 1!. BAltLOW, Cashier. St. Albans, Vt., May 20th, 180K. An act relating to thoiedcuiptionof Banknotes, It Jb hovebv enacted. Ac. Sec. 1. After tho oxniration 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 thib State, such bank may causo notieo to bo published in all tho week ly nowspapera of tho county whoro such haul; is located, for ono full year, setting forth that said bank will redeem its outstanding bills, the day of tho expiration of its charter or tho date of tho termination of its existeuco, and a copy of this act; and upou duo publication ot such no tieo. neither such bank nor its officers shall be liabio to any action for tho iion-redeinption for any of its outstanding bills, unless tho same shall havo been duly .presented and payment thereof demanded within tlio year aforesaid, at the banking houso of said bank. Sec. 2. After tho oxpiratiou of tho charter, or after tho termination of tho existeuco of any such bank, as aforesaid, such bank bhall cease to bo subject to tho operation, or liabio to tho provisions of tho bixty-third section of chapter cighty-nino of tho general statutes. Sec. 3. This net shall tako effect from its passage. Approved Nov. 1U, 18CG. May 20th, 1808. 210-ly DISSOLUTION Tho copartnership hereto fore existing under tho namo of Wyiiian & Huntington is by mutual conent this tlay tlls tolvrtl. All accounts with said llrm must bo bcttlcd immediately. Either partner is author ized to receipt for tho same. CHA11LES WYMAN, E. H. HUNTINGTON. St. Alpans, Feb. 10th, 1808. Tho watcli and jowelry business in all it bran ches will be continued, with promptness, and in a worKinaniiKo manner as ncretoioro, oy 203tf S HAKESPEltE Collars, of all kinds at Wfll. N. BJ11TH A CO S. REMOVED. rPHE Subscriber has removed his stock of X goods to JJarncs' jjiock, Lauo btrect, oppo site tho St. Albans FiWmdry, and will continue business mere until tno completion oi ins new Storo on Main Street. VICTOH ATWOOD. St. Albans, May 11, 18C8. 210-tf. II. C. POST & CO'S. rPHE undersigned liavlhg Just returned from J. market with a now and complete assortment of DRY GOODS, Aro prepared to offer great indiicomonlM to cus tomers. Wo havo a largo lock of dross goods, consisting of l'uvis Al.l'ALOAS, Pori.i.v Ai.r.vi-cAs, SlI.K Pol'I.KR, h'H.K AXli Wool. I'ol'I.lNS, MozAMlilgUKs, B.UUIIKS, Dui.ai.ns Ac. GINGHAMS, CHAMDHAYS, MUSLINS, CAMMUCN, PltlNTS, The Ilcst j)lf)')'ini(irs ttml Corhvvos. White Goods, Cambrics, Linens, jIusMih, J.ineu Cambrics, Lawns, Linen Lawns, Nainsooks, White Dhn'y Muslin and Cambric Embrodories, Lace Edgings, vc., also a large variety ot GLOVES AND HOSIERY, Silk and Velvet ltibbons all widths snd colors, Cotton and Linen Trimmings and liraids. In fact, we have a better lino of Yankee Notions and Trimings To show than ever. Wo shall constantly keep on nana ami lorsaletno Beau Mode Skirt and French Woven Corset, Tho best in the market. Wo make Cloth. Cas- simcrcs, and Taylor's Trimings a speciality, and will make it an object for purchasers to exemino goons ami prices ueioro purcnasing oiscwnoro. 11. C. POST A CO., Corner Main and Fairlield St's. .St. Albans, Vt., May 1st, 1808. 215-lr R. BRAINERD. Successor to Leonard, Braineril A Co., WHOLESALE AND liETAIl. DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY, ST. ALliANS. . VEHMONT. Dealer in pure Jiruga and Chemical, all of wincli aro ooiiKlit anil will be sold at lowest liv ing rates. Piesinoids Eclectic Preparations. U. S. P. Tinctures, Fluid Extracts, Powdered Drugs, .vc, ic. very ciioico Perfumeiics and Toilet Articles, Urushca of all kinds, Uathing Towels, Toilet Kots, wallets, rocKct hooks and Hill Holders, Hand Mirrors, Thermometers, choico French, English and American Soaps. Patent Medecines in great variety New ami Desirable Stationery, Envelopes, Triplo thick, Open end, Wliito, Ca nary, linn, uoid, l orn, iinu aianuia. iino uom lnercial noto paper, Letter, i'oolscap, Hill and Hermon paper. Initial Papetrlc, A few packets in very lato styles, just received, French Commercial, Octavo, Ladies Note, and Huuaro paper, anil envelopes to mateii. uau early, whilo tho assortment is full. Flower Seeds, choico and raro Uiiuls, euoli aa tho llneyt varie ties ox Abters. JJaisum. ratuma, ransy. l'lilox, Everlasting Flowers mill nniiiiiniiliil HrAuuiu Ti.fnti.litirr mii.l.nu crs would llnd it for their advantage to examine wuilo tlio stock is complete. GAHUISN SKlilJS, irom an tuo ucbi aeeusmcu. Kerosene Oil, Better ana Cheaper Tlian Any. Puro ground and wholo spices, and Havering ex tracts, and the usual lot of DltUGGlST'S GltOCEHIES. Dyo Woods and Uyo Stiills. Liquid Family Uyes, Neat's Foot Oil, Ac., Ac. A3" Physicians' orders correctly Idled with promptness, anil puro goods supplied at low prices. PltESClHPTIONS Carefully Compounded. Trusses.Shoulder Braces, Abdominal Sui)porters, Ac, fitted by a competent person. Agency for Ar Showc & Co's Tea and Coffee, Teas 75 cents, 00 cents. $1 00, f I 10, fl 20, Jl 10, anil f 1 oO per lb. All Teas warranted, and money refunded if not satisfac tory. It. IHtAINEltD. St. Albans, May 2, 18GS. 1130-tf SACK COATS FOE SPUING, go to WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. T MOOT Sacks at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. ITT ST. ALBANS. The Dniff Store on Lake Street, kept nv GREENE fit NICHOLS. Thoundorsiirned havimr nioelv lltted u:i the store in the American Houso lllock, on Lake St., and stocked it with a choice assortment of D It UGH AXJ MEDICI XES ! Itespectfully solicit a share of the patronage of this community, feelinc sure that tliev can irivo ....j:..i'....,l i .v. " , . A r. .1. suwni.iuiiuii in otitis auu juices, uiir siock consists of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES. PEHFUMEHY, TOILET AHTOLES, DYES, AC, oim stock or PATENT MEDICINES, Is complete, consisting in' all tho unnroved va rieties, and our general stock includes all goods usually Kept in a store ot tins Kind. Headquar ters lor tlio A. B. A. BITTERS, One of tho best Soring Medicines in tho mar ket. Physicians orders solicited, and carefully anil promptly hlleil. in quality anil pneo wo guaranteo to satisfy all who favor no with their patronage. Store open on Sundays at noon, for supplying necessary medicines. DR. NICHOLS Is a nracticing Phvsieian in regular standing. and will attend to all professional calls. l!e- mcmoer tlio place, under tlio American House, mice street, rt. Ainans. dl-tl Ulllilifl iMUllllliS. TheLasUl Success Hair DREssrwffi will quickly restore Gray Hair to its natural color and beauty, and produce luxuriant growth. It it 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 DraggUti. DEPOT, 198 GREENWICH ST., N. Y. tnsukaiv'ce. Tho uiulorsigncil will take L risKs lor eitner or tno loiiowmg lirst oiaan insuranco companies: Home Insurance Company OF NEW HAVEN Capital Stock, 81,000,000. International oi New York. CAPITAL, 11,000,000. Fire and Marine of Springfield Capital fStoolc, 85 00,000. National Insurance Coni pany, Boston. CAPITAL $300,000! Iusuro against Firo and Mariuo ltislcs. Not ox cccdiug $30,000 on any ono ltltk. Each of tho abovo amounts of Stock paid in iiuun. Agent, OfllcQ over Weeks' storo, St. Albans, Yt. Nov. 1st. 1800. li-tf. E Olt Bl'ltINU OYUltCOATS OF ALL KINDS, go tO Wai. W, BMiTU ill vu s, FOR YOUR PAPER ! NtximiKx Doi,i,.ns IN GREENBACKS! and this apvkhtisi:mknt iOOD FOR TWENTY DOLLARS NINU DOI.I.MIS AMI 1IITV l'1'.NTs GOOD FOR TEN DOLLARS! One of these Advertisements will ho accepted as ono dollar on every cash purchase amounting to TWENTY SOXiXjARS. Oil FlfTY CENTS OX A VUIKHIASE OF TEXT DOLLARS. Olt TWENTY-1TVF, CUNTH on a 1 UHCHASK of FIVE DOLLARS. Or a copy of tho Vermont Transcript one Ye'ar On a Cash Pnrvliase of $.'iO. -AT WHEELER AND BAILEY'S. Wo havo in variety and style, not to he sur passed in iNortliern Vermont, BOOTS AND SHOES ! Crockery and Glass Ware, Leather and Shoo 1' Hidings. Also Agents for tho GREAT NEW YORK TEA COMPANY. Twentv-three different kindx of Teas at 00 els., 70 cts., SO cts.. 00 cts., $1.00, 1.1(, f 1,15, and tho verv best at $1.25. Coffees and :!. cts., md tho very best at 40 cts. hvery thing in CUSTOM WOKK ! Wo manufacture to order. Our stvles of work consist of Ladies' and Misses' Polish, high cut, and Mutton Hoots, of tho finest quality of Serge Kid and Calf Kkins, and of perfect pattern. Of dents wear, we are tho Acknowledged Champions ! Consisting of Oxford Ties, Balmorals, Gaiters, and Hoots with or without the box toes, mado from tho real warranted FRENCH CALF ! ! dill eai lviinil often at the Wholesale anil Retail Cheap Casn Storo. 138-ly Main Street, opposite the Court House. C .YI.il. AT ISUECK & WETIIERBEE'S FOR DltESS GOOF'S, UOJIKSTICS, WOOLENS, SHAWLS, WHITE GOODS, GLOYES, HOHIEHY, I'OCKET 1CN1YES, NOTIONS, AO, Al.bO- TEAS, COFFEES, SUOAHS, SPICES, 'llAISINS, CltACKERS, HHOOMS, KEItOSENv: OIL, HALT, A(J AU. 110-tf ii 0 TO WJI. N. SMITH A CO'S for tl: VT Patent Shape Collar. io Demis 1WUNKS OF ALL KINDS ; TRAVELLING . Hags of all kinds, at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. GENT WANTED. MVl unlltl! nl .lntsj f.lt nil l.'l.,.lia if ...nliln ivnvl. cither on commission or by the mouth. Ono uso to tho business preferred. Apply by lettor or nersonallv. St. Albans, April 20th, 1808 213-Cw SMITH fic FOSTER HAVING I.EASIID Till: OLD HTAXi) AT 1Sto, 2, Darrow Block ! I MAIN STREET, I l or a term of yoara, havo closed their branch store on Lake Street, and consolidated at No, 2, Harrow lllock, where you" can llnd manv goods , lo be Sold at Cost, Mich as Over Coats, Under Coats, Pants, Yests, Shirts, Drawers, Hats Caps, An., Ac. We are selling our Heavy Goods At cost, and less, to make room fo our Spring Stock, that is already coining in. We Keep tho largest assortment of Full Suits, Half Suits, Coals. Ve Is and Pants, Under Gar- ments, Hat s, Cup, C illars. Wo not onlv make a speciality Ol till! Bcinis Collar, lint keep a large assortment of a dozen other styles. Ties, Hows, and Knots. We havo and keap for sale, evcrv Now Slvlo. We ask atten tion of all who wish CLOTH TNG FURNISHING GOODS On prices, wo can't bo' boat; on quality of goods, wo keep too best. Uy calling at No. 2, Darrow Week, you can satisfy yourselves. No grum bling it you don't purchase. SMITH A FOSTElt. l. si'i), HJiiTH. 105-tfm u. n. ros'rim. 200 TONS PLASTER PARIS ! On hand and arriving, fresh ground, in sacks. Tho Plasler is too well known as a fertilizer in this county to need any comments. Every farmer should avail himself of a few tons before tho sleighing is gone. ALSO FIVE HUNDRED BUSHELS OF HUNGARIAN OATS ! ! For seed, imported by Mr. Hill, of Grand Isle County, weighing thirty-eight pounds to tho bushel, and a very heas-y yielding oat. ALSO NORTHERN CLOVER SEED liaised in Grand Islo County. GKASS SEED, CORN, 15UCKW11EAT; Ten tons choico DAIRY AND CHEESE SALT ! Also, a largo stock of FRESH GROUND FLOUR, On hand, which wo aro selling FROM $10 50 TO $17. Tlio abovo stock is bought for cash, and sold ut a small advance from cost, CALL, AND 12XA3IINK. Cash paid for all kinds of Farm Produce 201-5w. S. 0. NOBLE A SON. H OUGHTON'S OYSTElt HOUSE, I1ASCMCNT BARNES' BLOCK ! 1.AKK STllUT. HT. AI.IIANS, Chesapeake & Baltimore Oysters AT WllOLESAI.i; AND IlKTAJt., This brand of oysters is tho largest and linest in tho market. Hotels, l'rivato Parties, and Fes tivals, furnished at inside prices, 108 ,W CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS. JUST receivod at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. Ogdcnsburgh to the West. Xovtlmvu Transportation Company Tho only Through Daily Line between Ogdensburgh and Chicago ! I And Intermediate) Forts. Only Six Days Through With out Change of Boat. This well known and reliablo Companv, will, during tho present Season, run thofr Lino of llratcUsfl Upper Cabin .Steamers daily, botweon Ogdcns Wi,, Oswego, Cleveland, Toledo, Do" troll, Chicago .Milwaukee, and Intermediate i -, -.. ..(s wKutn!imrKu on arrival or E prims train from the East PASSENGEltS AND FAMILIES Moving West, can embark with their luRL-nso 'learns, Slock Ac, and laud together without i Islurbance or transhipment, at their pot t of destination, thus avoiding the great ineonven. 1 ii i Hl'i"'l to maintain the reimta. Hon ot this, as tho CHEAPEST AND BEST JtO VTE ! A thorough rebuilding, refitting, repairinu and refurnislied, with several new boats nddeil to the lino, makes this now the most comforta ble, pleasant and exneditious roulo lo the great est. lie sure and bee the Agents of this lino bcloro you buy your tiekels. Trnstv men will always meet passengers at the depot' in Ogdens burgh to take cheeks and re-clieck Hiiggago, Ask for tickets vi i XOJt T1IERX TEA XSPOE TA ION CO1 N STEAMERS I The only Daily American Lino leaving Ogdens. burgh. We will make it the inlcicst of evcrv traveller lo see the Agents of (he line before purchasing elsewhere. Through tickets over all the Wen. tern liailrond Lines eau be obtained on applica tion lo GEO. W. SMITH, olllee, corner Ford and PatteiMinSts., opposite, rohiiMm House, Ogdens burgh, N. Y. One hundred pounds of baggage free to each passenger. RAG GAGE CHECKED THROUGH! To all points. For through tiekels and other liiiiuiii.iiioii, nppiy io u. A, J;U1)Y. Ollico Steamers Lauding, Ogdensburgh, N. Y. leo. W. Smith, General Ticket Agent. II, G. Goodno, Passenger Agoid. 212-tf O lUiA.VS AKD ME1.0DEOXS! Tlio snbsci'ltier would announeo that ho ban received tho agency for tho Shoninger Or gan and Melodeon Company, NowIIavon, Coim., and will furnish instruments of tho FINEST TONE AND FINISH, To Agents or Families, on tho mrwl reasonable terms, Thoy manufacture fifty different kinds from ono lo six sots reeds, with or without SUIl EASE AND TJIEMOLO. All of these instruments possess groat powor, with sweetness and flexibility of tone, as ready to respond to tho touch as a piano; tho eases aro highly ornamented in external llnish, the very best of materials being used warranted to GIVE SATISFACTION. Any person wishing tho best instrument for tho least amount of inonoy, will do well to examine these before purehasiug elsewhero. 0. D. FAlUtAH, Agent, St. Albans, Vt. 182-Cms STATE OF VERMONT. GENTS WANTED FOIt THE OFFICIAL iriSTOJt V OE TIT E IV Alt, Its Causes, Character, Conduct and Results ! By Hon, Alexander H. Stephens. A Book for all Sections and all Parties. This great work presents tho only complete and impartial analysis of tho causes of tho War yet published, and gives these interior lights and shadows of tho great conflict only known to tlioso high olllcers who watched tho llood-tido of revolution from its fountain springs, and which wero so accessible to Mr. Stephens from his po sition as second officer of tho Confederacy. Tlio public that has been surfeited with appa rently similar productions, wo promiso a change of faro, both agreeable and salutary, and an in tellectual treat of tho highest order. Tho Great American War baa nt last found a historian worthy of its importance and at whoso hands it will receive that moderate, candid and impar tial treatment which truthland justice so urgent Jy demand. Tho intenso desiro everywhere manifested lo obtain this work, its official character and ready salo, combined with an increased commission, make it tho best subscription book over pub lished. One Agent in Easton, Pa., reports 72 subscri bers in three days. Ono in lloston, Mass., 108 subscrbeirs in four days. Ono in Memphis, Tonn., 100 subscribers in fivo days. Send for circulars and seo our terms, and u full description of tho work, with press notices of advance uhcotR, .Ve. Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO. 20 South Seventh St., Philadelphia, Pa. A GENTS WANTED FOIt THE LIFE OF GEN. U. S. GRANT. Hy Hon. Henrv 0, Doming. Tho only work of tho kind issued wider the sanction and by the au thority of Grant himself. 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 in America, and will meet with a read v salo. For particulars, address R. S. SCHANTO'N & CO., 120 Asylum Street, Hartford, Ct. 212-iw F Olt SPUING STYLE OF SILK HATS, call at WM. N. SMITH CU B. J"ECK Tios and Scarfs, of all kinds at PAPEH and Linen Culls, a largo assortment, t WM.N.SlilTH&CO'S. juiiLii uii no many ennnges, Uciays and expon, sob, of other routes. These Steamers have lari'o Cabins aiid State llooms, amply and neallv fur nislieil, for llrst class Passengers and Families. who may winli to furnish II I I'll' t l llMlVlulmu "iiwiin.