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NEW FIRM ! QIIAHLKS AVVflAS, 1847 1868 WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, VT. TRA NSC RIP T CUT THIS OUT ! r t MKU)T11IS! 1868, jueBa agSEEfi 1868, - AND NEW GOODS. SKINHY l tlllXlSUi:!) TO l'AY Ogdonsbnrgh to the Vcst. U"OI3 'LBV NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK LAKr ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would say to the people el Franklin County, that they nio prepared to offer them FAMILY GROCERIES, Fresh from market, at tho lowest cash price, at Wholesale ajul retail. TEAS. Young IlyBon, Japan, Oolong anil English Broak t'ast. The Iinest in tho maikot. If yotitwant lnixctl Teas, buy pure 'lVaH of BAHNHSA CHOWLEY, pick rnspbi rry liariH and mix to suit your taste. You will llml it cheaper than to buy iiiixed TeaHn.r-.iny New Yoik Tea Couiiianv. BAHNESW, CHOWLltt KEEP T11K BEST COFFEES. OLD GOVEHNMENT JAVA, ItlO, AFH10AN, AND (WOUND COFFEE, SPICES. Strictly pure. Oo to BAHNES A OHOWLEV'S for tho host V XI. MOLASSES, SUGAEHOUSE SYRUPS. STJGAHS. 1. It., HAVANA, MUSCOVADO, DEMEHAKA, AND HEFINED OF ALL GHADES. If you would keep clean, bnv your SOAPS OrBAKNES A CHOWLEY. BOBBINS, KENDALL, PEERLESS, 0. K., l'lONEEli. AO., AC. TOILET SOAPS. AC. To Tobacco Chowors, Smokers, and Snuff-Takers : Wo liny of tho manufacturers, and can please you both in ipiality and price. Wi want Farmers and Dealers to bear in mind that wo keep the I'ure Boston ground P.OCK SALT, Tho onls salt suitable for dairy purposes, which will bo sold as low as can bought in this market. For a good light and no danger of explosions, buy your KEROSENE OIL Of BAHNES A CROWLEY. Price as low as lie lowest. FLOUR. Tho best brands constantly on hand. - , Graham and Duckwheat Flour, llyo and Corn Meal Finally if you want anything in tho line of good grotcrios, tho place to buy them is at BARNES A CUOWLKY'.S. Cash paid for all Kinds of Country l'roduco. -floods sold at wholesale at tho lowest possible llgure. 213 BARNES A CROWLEY. i.j.cnowi.r.Y,. ' St. Albans U. 11 IS AT Ull'IIOVKMU.N'l' I A OKNTIS. VX TltY. Tho attention of tho public is called to a great otseovery m Dentistry. THE Q HEATHS'!' ADVANCE .STEP EVEH MADE IN THE AHT. ..w ......b.... ... IIIUIIII, ll.lllll.MII viwi.i o, they do net hold in their placo firmly enough, and add to this the aunovaiico of food getting under tho nlato while eatinir. I havo discover ed a method of so constructing tho pinto on shich tho teeth are set that they will not start or drop while eatinir or speakim;. neither will any particles of food get under tho plate, no matter wnai mo coniiition oi too moutii is, which is not true of any method hithertoused. I havo secured Letters Patent lor tho United States, England and France. Tho improvement is not in material, but in tho construction, whichs ecures the atmospheric pressuro on mo ciiuro piaie. I havo sold tho exclusive of said improvement to Dr. L. Gilman. to wit. tho Counties of Frank lin, Washington, Chittenden, Lamoillo and lirauu lslo. tiiobo wislung to avail themselves or such improvement, will call on Dr. L. OILMAN, ST. ALBANS ; Vuimoxt, N.T. FOLSOM. lUl-tf November, 11, 18C7. Claim Vviiuoy. BY recent enactments of Congress, all Sol diers who have hcrvcd three years and havo received hut $100 bounty from tho United States, or who, having enlisted for threo years, were dis charged in coiisequeiico of wounds, and tho -widow, children, or parents of any soldier who en listed for threo vears, under a promiso of only f 100 bounty, and who died in tho service, aro en titled to an additional bounty of ONE II UN DHED DOLLARS I All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or foot, or havo incurred disability equivalent to tho loss of hand or foot, aro entitled to a largo incrcaso of pension. All pensioned widows of soldiers or sailors aro entitled to an Increased pension of two dollars per month fur each child under sixteen years of ngo. Claims of tho abovo nature, and for arrears of ay, olUcors' extra pay, for horses lost in tho U. i. service, commutation of rations of niisonors of war and prize money, will bo promptly proso cutcd by application liv letter, enclosing dis charge troin scrvico, will bo attended to and tho necessary papers returned to plicant for nig. iiaturos, Ac. E. A. BOWLES, Onieo over tho First National Hank, St. Albans, Aug. 17th,180G. 125-tf SACK COATS FOH SPUING, go to YM. N. SMITH A CQ'S. SPHINQ STYLE OF SOFT HATS, go to WM. N. SMITH & CO'S. mac a n Acknowledging tho kindness and liheral pat ronage of tho public in tho past twenty years, I, Charles Wyman, Now renin- the piomi-o, (and K't the past ho the assurance) that this coiner of the good little STATE OF VERMONT, Ami some portion of the 1'. 0.. shall bs wull and honestly supplied at tho lowest possiblo rates with all' tho grades of American, Swiss A; English W & T C K E S , In 0 OLD and SILVEH Cases. J E W E L R Y , Latest patterns and all grades FINE GOLD, HI LYE It and PLATED CHAINS, KEYS, LOCKETS. CHAINS, Masonic and Mechanics' Pins, Solid Silver Ware. warrnntoil line as com. Jieautnni ELEGTRO PLATED GOODS, From all tho best factories, such as VV. Hlt'lV CAKE BASKETS, BHIIRY DISHES, CASTOKS, P1T01IEHS, GOBLETS, SPOON CUPS Syrup Cups, Must aril and Child's Cups, Vases, Collin Plates, linaliv everything of first nuality Plutcd Ware. This is the only place In the county where you can get, direct from the manufacturers, tho Genuine Wm. Rogers & Son's Spoons, Forks, Knives, Ladles Ac. Don't bo de ceived and buy a 2d quality goods when its so easy to get the best and at almost tho came price A great variety Clocks, Table and Pocket In tilionibmi'c. Evervliinlv wniits :i hm'i'i'- then let everybody call anil get one. A largo assort ment ot Colli, Silver ami Steel Spectacles and JjVC tilaijhos. FANCY GOODS, SHEARS, S01SS011S, COM IIS. HltUSllES, NEEDLES, WALLETS, HAGS, GAMES .10. liillo and Pistol Cartridges, Revolvers, Huberts' Needles (warranted.) Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired in tho best possiblo manner. All work warranted satisfactory or pay refunded. Engraving neatly executed, and at reasonably low rates. At tho old stand, Braincrd's Building, corner Main and Bank streets. CHAHLES WYMAN. St. Albans, Feb. Kith, 1SU8. 2(K)-tt Successor to Leonard, Brainord A Co., wjioi.i'.s.u.i: and i:i;TAir, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY, ST. ALBANS YEHMONT. Dealer in pure Strugs and Clnmiculs, all of which aro nought and win no soiu at lowest nv ing rates. Hesmoids- Eclectic Preparations. U S. P. Tinctures, Fluid Extracts, Powdered urugs, iVc, .vc. cry choice Perfumeries and Toilet Articles, Brushes of all kinds, Bathing Towels, Toilet Sets. Wallets, Pocket Books and Bill Holders, Hand Mirrors, Thermometers, choico French, English and American Soaps. Patent Medecines in great variety New and Desirable Stationery, Envelopes. Trinlo thick. Open end. White. C.i nary, Bull', Gold, Corn, and Manilla. Fino Com mercial note paper, iiCttcr, iooiscap, liiu ami sermon paper. Initial Papetric, A few packets in very hito styles, just received. I rcnch Commercial, Octavo, Ladies Note, and Square paper, and Envelopes to match. Call eany, wnue mo assortment is inn. Flower Seeds, A very largo assortment iust in. includim.' very choice and rare kinds, such as the tlnest vario'- ties oi Ahlers, tialsam, I'atuuia, Pansy, Phlox, Stocks, Zinnias, Ac, and a nice lot of Everlasting Flowers and Ornamental Grasses. Intending purchas ers would llnd it for their advantago to examine wuiio tno sioeis is complete. UAJtDEN SEEDS, from all the best Seedsmen. Kerosene Oil, Better and Cheaper Than Any. Pure ground and whole spices, and ilavorlnc? ox- tracts, and the usual lot of DHUCiGlST'S uiiuuj-.lUJiK. Dyo Woods and Dyo Stuffs Liquid Family Dyes. Neat's Foot Oil. Ac.. Ac. Physicians' orders correctly iilled with prompuiess, ami pure goons supplied at low prices. PHESCIUPTIONS Carefully Compounded. TruB8ou,KJiouldcr Braces, Abdominal Supporters, Ac., lltted by a competent person. Agency for Ar Showe & Co's Tea and Coffee, Teas 75 cents, 1)0 cents, fl 00, $1 10, $! 20, $1 10, and fl SO per lb. All Teas warranted, and monoy retunded if not satibfac lory. It. BHAINEHD. St. Albans, May 2, 1803. liiO-tf REMOVED. TlHE Subscriber has removed his stock of O. goods to Barnes' Block, Lake Street, oppo site tho St. Albans Foundry, and will continue business there until tho completion of his now Store on Main Street. Y1CTOH ATWOOD, St. Albans. May 11, lfefiS. 2lll.tr. rjUUCOT Jackets at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. F on nkw 5Tiii'fi HTin-wi 4T , vi'ZTTZ i,iif SI ltIN (iu,FIiht)0.l,V1.4 JMSPS M. N. SMITH A CO S. PR 43 to jmm OFFICE, ST. ALBANS. H. A. CUTLER, --PROPRIETOR. All Printing brought to this Oflice, both Plain and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten tion, at prices as low as the times will admit. Wo do our work much better than can any Oflico that will do a job of printing for nothing for tho sake of depriving ns of H, ami up aro ready to comparo our work with any similar class of printing dono in tho cities, both in neat ness and price. Hand your orders into tho Transcript Book and Job Printing Establishment if you take any prido in having your printing done in a work manlike manner. Success, DRESSlSffi will quickly restore Gray Hair to its natural color and beauty, and produce luxuriant growth. It is 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. . Por Sulo by nil Di-ugUt, WEl'OT, 1US GREENWICH ST., N. T. HQdSOMEMtjiR JMFOBTANT TO STOCK GHOWEHS. Blood, BcaiityTSpeed, Kind ness and Endurance. Those who desiro to raise first-class Hotels, and all lovers of good horsis, aro respectfully in humed that the Hambletoniau trotting stallion, YOU3G DEXTER: ill stand for a limited number of mares tho en suing season, at the Homestead Stock Farm, Greenwich, Washington County, N. Y.; season to commence on the lbt of May and to end on tho 1st day of September. Young Dexter was bred at Chester, Orange County, N. Y., is four years old, by Hysdyk's Hambletoniau, stands nearly 10 hands high, and is ono of tho best of tho get of his celebrated sire. Young Boxter ia a half brother to Dexter, George Wilkes, Bruno, Bru netteallied to Mountain Boy and other well known horses. Yei v owduntlv, irom his sizo, shape, etc., Young Dexter will not only bring gentle, line and speedy stock, but also handsomo carriage and family horses as well. It is mani festly for tho boncllt of stock growors that thev obtain not only tho best and most popular blood in tlio country, but aluo that which commands tho highest prices n market, and it requires no more labor or care to raise a good colt than an inferior ono. It was witli tho vjow to improvo tho stock of horses in Northern Now York, Ver mont and Now Hampshire, etc, that Young Dexter was purchased by its present owner, Mr. II. O.Page, Editor of tho J'cvjih-'s Journal tho object being to benefit farmers and stock growers who aro willing to undergo the caro and expense necessary to tho raising of good horses. For further particulars, terms, oto., address Homestead Stork Farin.Greenwich, Washington County, N. Y. :. U. STHATTON, Superintendent. JJOUGHTON'S OYSTEH HOUSE, - JLVSlIMBNT BARNES' BLOCK ! l.vki: sriniT. ..sr. AI.II.VNS. Chesapeake & Baltimore Ovstcrs AT WHOI.nsAI.r. ASP llUTAII.. A1"" un IIWW "10 Jnrgt'Bt unit iinest in ' '0 market. .Hotels, Private Parties, and Foa- til .1.1. 1 I i ... . . tivala, furnished at Insido prices. 108 i L-W .J V. . lit, 4. FOR YOUR PiiPER ! IN GREENBACKS AND THIS APVEttTIsr-MEJiT GOOD FOR TWENTY DOLLARS NINE DOI.UnH AM) rilTYOKNTS GOOD FOR TEW DOLLARS! One of these Advertisements will be accepted as one dollar on every cash purchase amounting to TWENTY DOLLAHS. on I'll ty cv;a'7-.s ox .t rirnoii.isi: of TEN DOLLARS. OH TWENTY-FIVE CENTS on a PUHCHASE of riVE DOLLARS, Or a copy of tho Vermont Transcript one Year On a Cosh I'uri'lmsi' of $:tO. -AT- WHEELER AND BAILEY'S Wo havo in variety and htyle. not to be sur passed in Northern'Vonnont, BOOTS AITO SHOES ! Crockery and Glass Ware, Leather and Shoo Findings. Also Agents for tho 0KEAT NEW YORK TEA COMPANY. Twenty-three different kinds of Teas at (50 ets., 70 ets., 80 ets., 'JO cts., $1.00, $1.10, Jl,l.-., and tho very best at Jl .2.1. Coffeei :w and :!." ids., and tho ery best at 10 cts. Every thing in CUSTOM WORK ! Wo manufacture to order. Our styles of work consist of Ladies' and Misses' Polis'h, high cut, and Button Boots, of the Iinest quality of Sorgo Kid and Calf Skins, and of perfect pattern. Of Gents wear, we aro tho Acknowledged Champions ! Consisting of Oxford Ties, Balmorals, Gaiters, and Boots with or without the box toes, made from the real warranted Call early and often at tho Wholesale and Itetail Cheap Cash Store. WIIEELEH it BAILEY, 138-ly Main Street, opposite tho Court House AT BttECK & WETIIEKBEE'S FOH DHESS GOODS, DOMESTICS, WOOLENS, SHAWLS, WHITE GOODS, GLOVES, HOSIEHY, POCKET KNIVES, NOTIONS, AO, TEAS, COFFEES, SUGAHS, SPICES, HAISINS, OllACKEHS, BHOOMS, KEHOSENiS OIL, SALT, AC, ,tO. 110-tf GENT WANTED. To solicit oulcrs for all kinds of maiblo work, cither on commission or by tho month. One uno to tho business preferred. Applv by luttor or personally. St. Albans', April 2()th, lb(J8 213-Ow ITIOH SPUING OYEHCOATS OF ALL KINDS, ? K"to WM. N. SMITH ,t CO'S. G ,Tx9 VJI;.N' KMmi CO'S for all kind of Umbrellas. SBTIT H bL FOSTER 1IAVINU l.iUKlll) Till'. 01 D STAN' 11 AT No, 2, Danw Block ! ! MAIN STREET, l or a term of years, havo closed their branch stoio on Lake Street, and consolidated at No. '2, narrow Block, where ynti can llml nianv goods to bo Sold at Cost, Such as (J via- Coats, Under Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Drawers, Hats (Japs, Ac, Ac. Wo aro selling our Heavy Goods At cost, and less, to make room fo our Spr . Stock, that is already coming in. We keep tli largest assortment ol' Full Suits, ...... x-w,,v.-( iijfiin mm i hi 1 1, -i t lyuiiL'i Vlill" ments, Hats, Cap, Collars. Wo not only make ;iu,. ii.1 . Ucinis Collar, But keep a largo assortment of a dozen other styles. Ties, Bows, and Knots. Wo havo and keap for sale, every New Stylo, Wo ask atten tion of all who wish C L 0 T M I N (j FURNISHING GOODS On prices, wo can't bo beat: on quality of goods, wo keep the best. By calling at No. 2, Darrow Block, you can satisfy yourselves. No grum bling it you don't purchase. SMITH A FOSTEH. i,. an, smith, loo-uin o. n. rosTr.it. i 200 TONS PLASTER PARIS ! On liand and arriving, fresh ground, in sacks. Tlio Plaster is too well known as a fertilizer in this county to need anv comments. Every fanner should avail himself of a few tons before tlio sleighing is gone, ALSO- F1VE HUNDRED RUSH ELS OF HUKTGARIAKT OATS!! For seed, imported by Mr. Hill, of Grand lslo County, weighing thirty-eight pounds to tho bushel, and a very heavy yielding oat. ALSO-.' NORTHERN CLOVER SEED liaised in Grand Ible County. GRASS SKE1), CORN, JtUOKWJIEAT; Ten tons choice, DAIRY AND CHEESE SALT ! Also, a largo stock of FRESH GROUND FLOUR, On hand, which wo aro selling- FROM $10 50 TO $17. The abovo stock is bought for cash, and sold at a small advanco from cost, CALL, AND KXAMINH Cash paid for all kinds of Farm Produce. 201-fiw. S. O, NOBLE A-SON. mo THE WOHKING CLASS.-Farmers, Mo JL ehanics, Ladies, and everybody. I am now prepared to furnish you with constant employ ment at youi homes tlio whole of your timo, or in your spare moments. Business now, light and profitable. Fifty cents to $5 per evening is easily earned by persons of either sex, and tho boys and girls earn nearly as much as men. Great inducements aro offered those who will de voto their whole timo to tho business, and, that every person who sees this notice may soud me their address and test tho business for them selves, I niako tlii following unparalleled offer: To all who aro not well satisfied with the busi ness, I will send $1 to pay for tho trouble of writing 1110. Full particulars, directions, Ac., sent freo. A sample will bo sent by mail to all who send 10 cents. Address E. O. ALLEN, 211-lm Augusta, Maino. B OYS, GO TO W.M. N. SMITH A CO'S FOH XUUll bl'lllNU OLOi'HINU, Xorlficni Troosjioi'totion Company Tho only Through Daily Line between Ogdensburgh and Chicago 1 1 And Intermediate IViU. Only Six Days Through With out Change of Boat. This well known and reliable Companv, will, during tho present Season, run their Lino of first class Upper Cabin Steamers daily, between Ogdensburgh, Oswego, Cleveland, Tol-d i, Do troit, Chicago, Milwaukee, and Intermediate ports, leaving OgdetiHburgh on arrival of Ex press tiain from the East. I'ASSENGEltS AND FAMILIES Moving West, can cnibalk jth their luggage, loams, Stock Ac, and land togetlar without disturbance or transhipment, at their port of destination, thus aoiding (lie gii.U i.m oia.ii ienro of the many changes, dela ami , pm sos, of other routes. These Steamers have larg. Cabins and Statu Booms, amply and uiatlv iur nished, for first elat8 Passengers mid I'.nnilks, w;ho may wish to furnish their own pinusnms. No ellbrts will bo spared to maintain tli. r. iiut.i turn or this, as tlio CHEAPEST AND PEST POUTE A thorough rebuilding, rellttin, repaiiiug and veiuriiished, with several new l.,,.it- add, I to the line, makes this now the most enmlorta hie, pleasant ami cxpeditiom route tn i'.i gn .it West. Bo sure and see the Agents of tins Imo beloieyoTi lmy your tickets. Ttu.-tv mm will always meet passengers at tho depot in Ogdens burgh to take cheeks and ro-cheek Ba ;ga , Ask for tickets via NORTHERN TUANSPORTA ION CO'S STEAMERS' Tlio only Daily American Lino leaving Ogdens burgh. Wo will make it the interest of everv travcll, r to see tlio Agents of the line before purchasing olsowhere. Through tickets over nil the es. tern Haihoad Lines can be obtained on applica tion to GEO. W. SMITH, ollice, e-rm r Por'l anl Patterson Sts., opposite Johnson House, () Ims burgh, N. V. One hundred pound., i.f 1. h,'.m'i free to eacli passenger. PAOCAOE CHECKED THRO CUE! To all points. For through tickets ami other information, apply to (1. A, U)D . Office Sleaiuors Landing, Ogdeusburgli, N. ' Geo. W. Smith. General Ticket Aci-nt. II (1 vtoouuo, i assengcr .Agon;. 212-tf o ikjans akb nnci.(iji.:i.: The subscrlPcr would announce that he hah received (lie agency tor the Sin mingi r Or gan and Melodcon Company, N'ow'H.ivi n, Conn., and will furnish instrnmi nl of the l'lXllST TOXK AM) I'lXISJl, To Agents or Families, on the most ri asonablo terms. They manufacture fifty different kindd from one to six sets reeds, with or without KIT. J1ASK AXJ) TUKMOl.O. All of these instruments possess groat power, uith sweetness and llexibility of tone, as ready to respond to tho touch as a piano; tlio cases are highly ornamented in external finish, tlio very best ot materials being used - warranted to C IVil SA TJSFA CTIOX. Any person wishing the best instrument for tho least amount of money, will do well to ixainino these before purchasing elsewhere. O. D. FAHHAH, Agent, vSt. Albans, Yt. 18'2-uun STATE OF YEHMONT. GUNTS WANTED FOH THE OFFICIAL , lri&THJlY OF THE WAR, Its Causes, Character, . Conduct and , Result! 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 the great conflict only known to thoso high officers who walclicd tlio fiood-tide of revolution from its fountain springs, and which wero so accessible to Mr. Stephens fiom Malpo sition as second ofllcer of tho Confederacy. The public that has been surfeited with appa rently similar productions, wo promise achaiiL'o of faro, both agreeablo and salutary, and an in tellectual treat ot tno ingnest order. Tlio Great American War has at last found a historian worthsof itsimportance, and at whoso hands it will reeeivo that moderate, candid and impar tial treatment which triitli.'and justice so urgent ly demand.' Tho intense desire eveiywhere manifested to obtain this work, its official character and ready salo, combined with an increased commission, niako it tho best subscription book ever pub lished. Ono Agent in Easton, P.t., reports 72 subscri bers in three days. One in Boston, Mass., 1011 Htibscrbeirs in four days. Olio in Memphis, Tenii., 100 subscribers in five days. Send for circulars and boo our terms, and a full description of tlio work, with press notices of advance sheotw, Ac. Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO. 2(i South Seventh St., Philadelphia, Pa. A' GENTS WANTED FOH THE LIFE OF GEN. U. S. GRANT. By Hon. Hcnrv 0, Denting. The only work of the kind issued under tho sanction and by the au thority of Grant himself. Tlio author is well known as one of tho most brilliant writers and eloquent orators in tlio country. Agenta will llnd this ono of tho most intensely interesting biographies over published in America, and will meet with a readv salo. For particulars, address V). S. SCHANTON A CO., 120 Asylum Street, Hartford, Ct. 212-lw GUI'S FOH SPIUJ.'ti .IUST HECEIVED AT WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. I 3 ANTS and Yost, all kinds, at WM. H3UX11 .V UOS. Gl O TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for the Hernia C Patent Shape Collar. XUtUNKS OF ALL KINDS; TRAVELLING Bugs of all kinds, at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S,