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VERMONT DAILY TRANftOTlIPT, JULY 11, 1868.
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(i ,..' l in.
'' Point niul Win I, fi.flll n in., II.
,, i p. hi.
., y tvi u, I i 15 ii. in., 7 4 p. hi.
l. . 111. ol' I'AHMl Mil. II Ti: MAS.
1',,i'Hiiu uinl Hunt, liUil a.m., I'Jli.l in.
I ,,-nc's l'oint and Went, lit).) u. in. 1 1 in j and costf,
ml'' " I
I? -itoi1, (I 10 ;i. m.. o :i p. m.
moved to this village unl rcsiileil with
henlaiuihter. Mrs. .luflfxe Kcllopn, tUli
tlio time of her death. Three (it her j
children survive her, Win. (iailcoinh of i
St. Albans, hv her first hu-baml, Mr. I
Kcllouir of tills villu'O, nntl Judge Anal
n Aldlu (VuiHiil in Nice, who came I
ti.,.1. 1.....1 ,.i. ...i ., i i i.r.ti-mi'n m-c. lwimii in vlall IiIh !il-iiI niotliera few
r. " '.,'7' , i ; .J r . ' davs hoforo lrdeatlC Ma Ahll. had v.,.,,, t!,. Hi,.,,,,.!,,,.,-,,., liuilili.
liuii-u, uh ...... iv v. I a romurUahle memory, retained her fae-
OrgmiH. ultlc.till the last, and has left behind
Jrv ?TiMTric A man hv the name of hur for tho KolllC0 of licr loving children
feb. biHUCK.-A nmu (nn,"c;" n ud frlcnda, tho example of a serene,
Beuuroirard, from St. Dominique, Can-1 cncorflli lin;i beautiful Chrithm life.
A i.httkk win dropped in tho Unit-(h-horo
po1 office the othorduy directed
Til ii Senior eluli of the University of
Voriuont have, through Mr. Edward
REMEMBER MONDAY. JULY 27TH ! BY 'TELEGRAPH
ISfew York Circus,,
To the W'l'iHimt Diiil u Traiifcniit,
ada, died from tho effects of a mih strolto
yonloidny aflornoon in North l-umax.
CltAiU.rs K. Cilfitcil, of lidoe-der,
wan convicfed of wlilpiiing wile a
few days ago, and amerced $1!,!J0 In line
Porved him rlglit.
AiuiiVAi. Or htaiikh at st. ai.iunh.
i.'wii'tlmvli nud Franklin, 700 p. m,
j,4Uhf"i'l and Sheldon, 5uo p. in.
pli lilon. in on n. in.
jJiaKdiii, 1.1. II HO a. in
l'MUl Hi: OK HTAHKS 1-II'iH Sf. W.II-..NH
inn kiln aiul .-iweots. i,i';li. 7 Hii.i in.
ii Moll ,uiil Hichford, a. in.
In IiImii, 2 tl'i ii. in.
Jul,, rslii Id, 1 00 p. in
I Tlio Rev. Dr. Lord arrived in Monl
' puller last ovoing and was warmly wol-
coined by his many friends.
' Daniel 15. James. Ki.. years ago a
lawyer at Lyndon, I bin state, was made
' the recipient of a beautiful gold watch,
;bvhis friend" In tho M. 15. church in
,fa' tin Ticniont House.
CI.OS1.NH OK 1IIK MAILS.
Is joi' Now York closoat ! 00 n. in. mid 7 01
W )'nr Boston t-liiM! at fi a. 111, mill (!:!() p.m.
i'h fm Alliunv ami the WuM -! nt i 00 a. m
r (Uliaii.i clone nt .. II n. in.
u and Niii tlu i ii w u , tiuiil !,.- :il ." (Ml
Illl' , I. ('. A. nn i tH cvci v Mi l:il;i i i iiint,-
at till 11' 1',m1,i mil Win. . Smith m stun..
niliiiiliiin ( liaptrr No. 1, I!. A. M. i t tin-
finl Wcdncsilnv cM'iiliie in ciu'h luoiitli, at
i lr Ii ill in WIi.'.'Ut h lilocli, .Minn Stii'ot.
( oluninii ( iiiuil No. t, I!. ,V S. It. iinvtH tin
ti ml W ( -It" mVi uvi'iiinj; in I'ai'li mniitli, ,.t
1 ( II' ll II 1 I Wll. l'll'l'H llllK'K.
liniil.liii I.ni1iii. No. 1. V. .V A. .M.. meets llir
ir-t W i ilm da c ellinir in each mouth at their
llmll in reiMii l!'i 1 1. Main Street.
Ki 1, i l,o. ;e .No. 81 F. ,V A M. nieelMthe
If lith i lin-ilav cM'iMii'' ill eaeh inniith, at
Itl eir hall in l im i' llloek. Mailt Stli ct.
( l VHtii' 1'ioitirniri, I Viuple of Iloiinr No. 4 nicpi!
, virv l"n mIiu eveiiiii'' at tie ir Hall in llirncx
ll ii-I, I,al,e Miei t.
VI,.,, .m I.iiiIro No 1. O. of (I. 'J'. tilt'i'tn
Iimiv I i lr eeui!if.' nt then Mali ill l.tl'lies
li,li(l, i i Mrei-t.
h, , ill. . V- H I. O. of (!. I meeli
J-in iiru.n iei ;'t A 11 : ,is i'ay.
Mi .Iulm tie liaptlrtl I', iii .',!e,it S.ieietv (C.l
,i i t on the flr.V anil I'nnl Weillii sil iv
i i t' "1 .ii'h mniitli at tin u' liali over Ik 11,
111 i itm i i'i St ii' '.
iiejf" Interesting mat tor, original or sc-
llecled, miiy til ways lie found on the first
Oi v Daily. Those wishing to secure
leoiieH of our daily paper can do so at
Merrilleld'H and linker's bookstores, as
well as of carriers', and at the ollicc.
Copies of our weekly paper may also lie
hud at these places.
Tl - Hrlisiitl mid lir f'rojtH.
The season thus far lias been some
what peculiar in Northern Vermont.
Willie all other hoctions have been hav
ing very abundant, linked quite exces
sive rains, we have hud almost a drouth.
The grass crop though well set early, la
generally considered light, most farm
ers estimating their crops at from one
half lo two-thirds an average. We
think the estimate quite too low for the
quality must be very much better than
in very wet seasons, and then there is
always just at this time of the year a
vast amount of "croaking" about a short
crop, just as if its value could lie tints
enhanced and Joliny C'rnpoO the Kan
nttck could be induced to work for a lit
tle less wages in light than in heavy
It is however a lamentable fact, though
the mass of farmers "cannot see it," that
our hay crop is glowing less per acre
every year on account of faulty tillage
and excessive fall feeding of file mead'
lhit butter isaiwuys liigli spring and
fall, and the farmer cannot resist the
(ions from the Stale Department and temptation to roi rcier just a nine ior
will leave New York in the next steam- the benefit of Paul, so the cows must
ii,.i.iii"!i tti t lw Providence Jour- have all the raiuro possible whether
l mi ii i
nt enil .it the leieial 1ml. ! in t"ii. stasc ; Sycamore, 111., of which church he is a
Major-Oenern! Truman h-eyiuour, has
been appointed a nu'inher of an exam
ining board, ordered lo convene at Fort
ress Monroe, to devise and report upon
a eyslem of artillery tactic.
V. D. Loiran. the brother of tien.
i John 11. Logan, who died al Murpheys
i lioro, 111., on Sunday, was elected to the
j State Legislature in lfvV as a Democrat,
but bad since become a Republican.
K' Verdy Johnson, our new Minister
in Kndaud. lias received his instruc-
IIot. A stromr breee from the sun
seemed to be blowing to-day. It was
not so hot as to force everybody to carry
themselves around in palls, but it seem
ed to nearly reach that "inciting mood,"
We don't know how the thenioineler
stood in the shade, for we have heard
of no one who had energy enough to go
into the shade. The sprinkler made its
usual round, it is a wonderful institu
tion, but lacks in length of hose.
.in Efcianl (Sift.
mil of Thursday says:
Rovoulv Johns-on tenileud his fare
well to the Senate to-day. The scene
was a verviiU'cctingonc. lie attempted
to read the speech which he bad pre
pared but his feelings overcame him,
and he found he could neither see the
won!.- nor had ho the voice to enunciate
them. His frame trembled violently,
and lie was so filled with emotion that
he was forced to lake his seat. Senator
Vlekersof Maryland finished the rc.id-
ing, when all tho Senators gathered
about Mr. Johnson and bade him jtood
bve. 'Mrs. Richard Sharp, of (.'outre Rut-
laud, gave birth to three hoys, July .'id,
till of whom are doing well.
The addresses at the anniversary ex
ercises of liarre Academy this week
were bv I're.-ident Angoll, of Burling
ton College, and C. W. AVillard, of
Montpclior, the lornter on lhur.-u:iy
evonimr. the latter on Friday altmioon.
Rev. J. JI. Gulliver, D.D., pastor ol
the New J-higlaml cnurcn in unicago,
has been elected I'lvsutont oi Knox lol-
cue, (ialesburg, 111., vice Dr. Curtis,
Gamaliel 15. Sawyer, of Darlington,
died in that city on Friday morning, of
cho era morbus, asxed (i years. J le was
horn in Burlington in 1M1, and was a
son of James Sawyer who wis an officer
of tlio Revolutionary army. We copy
from the Free .Press:
He was a graduate at the University
Ii. B. IENT,
1 Ith Btii i t, opposite the AeaiUiny of Music, New York. I
Explosion in Brooklyn,
MURDERERS SENTENCED IN N. Y,
Murder of the Rebel Colonel, Ashby
DEATH BY SUNSTROKE,
yiLL FiXUIlilT AT
NT. ALBANS, MONDAY,
The new Lodge, No. SI, of Free and
Accepted Masons, formed in this place
not long since, and of which Samuel
Williams,' q., is tlio Worshipful Mis
ter, has been named lCnglesby Lodge,
in compliment to an excellent man and
accomplished Mason, Leverctt 15.l0ng
lesby, of Burlington, recent (tiand Mas
ter of the Grand Lodge of this Slate.
On Friday evening Mr. Williams re
ceived a package by Express accompani
ed by a letter of which the following is
Bi'itLixirrox, Vr. July 8, 180S.
Totiik WoitsiuiTUi, Mastkh, Vau-
DKNS, AN' BllKTJIlMCN OK E.'(5-
J)ear Jirvtirtii: X have taken the
liberty to procure and herewith trans
mit the three great Lights in Masonry,
tho Holy Bible, Square, and Compass.
May Task you to accept and place them
upon yourallar, notonly for that 1 ap
preciate tlio compliment indicated by
tho name under which you work, hut as
a siignt testimonial ol regard lor your
selves personally, and for tlio Institution
which you represent. Years roll by
pleasant memories remain. May these
articles serve to perpetuate the pleasant
memories of tlio present, while time
lasts. With tho kindest wishes for your
prosperity, and for tlio harmony of your
Lodge, and with abiding trust in the
steady progress of our principles when
we in "earth's quarries no longer
delve," T am
Veiytiulyand Fraternally yours,
LliVKlll.TT B. HNCJI.I..S11Y.
The Bible so generously presented by
Mr. Englosby Is a Harding largo quarto
Rible, hound in Turkey Morocco, with
satin-paper fly leaves, and is well print
ed and elegantly Illustrated. On the
middle of the cover "Englosby Lodge,
No. 84" Is printedJn plain gilt letters.
Tlio square and compass are large, and
of solid silver, and are elegant and valu
able presents, as well necessary articles
in a Lodge. Eaeh has "Englosby Lodge,
No 84," engraved upon it plainly. Tlio
whole was got up under tlio direction of
Mr. Englefcby by Messis. Brinsmaid &
Hildroth, Jewelers, of Burlington. Tlio
presents, with tho happily appropriate
letter of tho tho donor, will prove, we
trust, sources of unbroken pleasure to
tho Lodce upon which they aro worth!
ly bestowed, and where tho name of a
popular utantl Cluster is worthily
there is a eronof grass next year or not,
for "it is barely po-sible that butler will
be down next year, and one bird in the
band is worth two in the bush." It
would bo better policy to sow an acre of
green corn fodder, or cabbages, or of
some root crops to help out the season ;
and now when the pastures are begin
ning to look dry and patched it is well
lo have something to full back on in
case tlio threatened drouth continues.
If the farmer could only realize how
much peace of mind an acre of some
sort of green fodder would afl'ord him
when butter is high, pastures short, and
cows determined lo find some new range
despite pokes, face-boards, and fences,
lie would not hosifatoouo moment about
making Ids calculations to raise much
of a crop whether he raised bis own
wheat or noi.
The small grains were generally got
in early (his year and are looking well.
Corn and potatoes are not quite so well
tlong. Jt was so very dry soon after
planting that they did not come up very
A few nice showers of late ofl'ered en-
urnucmcul. but it is al'lerall a sorl of
urfaco" encouragement. The potato
hills are as "dry as an ash heap" and
the roofs of the corn are hardly reached
Tho fruit crop which promised to
very niucii cat ty in me tcason, is in
of Vermont in the year 181!), showing sonic respects a failure, though there is
GREAT METROPOLITAN INSTITUTION
Permanently estahlinhoil diirint: the greater portion ol the je.-ir in a spli inlid Iron Kdilii'O in the
City of New York, Milieu is well known throughout the country iislhe
Xjh.3L:o.?; Circus of J&jqcl&i?gei
Autl which, the present Heason, with its
NEW AND MAGNiriOEWT FEATURES,
GOID 1,41 1.4.
LAWitnNoiJ, Kansas, July 11.
There is a great reaction in this .Slide
In favor of a speedy ratification of the
Osage treaty, as amended by Its friends
New Your, July 11.
A syrup rectifying establishment
owned by W. TI. Grav & Co., Brook
lyn, was blown up nt 3 o'clock yester
day afternoon, by tho explosion of one
of the large tanks. Mr. Grav and two
of ids workmen wore seriously injured.
rhey were extricated from the ruins
Nevir hei'oie pi'ebenteil in Anicrii'a, will lie enabled to . .111.1 11 ,
cller uitei lainineiits of marked oriKinality and exciting aml lUKOU lo tlio Hospital.
intercut, f.ir Niirpnsisiiig anything hitherto witnessed on
hum .-.nn t'i uie .Mianue, ine oiione appreeiai ion 01
the liei fin inaueen given hv tut) New York (Jircnn, not
mil 111 the 1 ity of New Yorlc, bill also dining its former
I'lu'iinier I'.m m'sioiis, luiH stimulated the management
to reiievM d exertions, and it is eonlidenlly asserted an
I, ymiil the powi r of contradiction, not only that the
,.iToiii.inccK of the Troupe during its present tour will
lie found Superior to liny ever Iveli in thlH
lint that the company is in ad respects
THE BEST IN THE WORLD !
lheie 1'iiiig no Kqliotri.iu estalilisluuelit 111 all
l iirope cMinpiiiut g so many tlrst-olnsH aitists, or so
many entirely novel and stnl,ujly ell'eetive J
Nr.v Yomc, July 11.
A committee of Master Masons last
evening me( committees from all thp
Master Mechanics connected with houso
They voted topublisli an address, and
debated 11 proposition to unite all the
lioss mechanics into an union, tho same
as the working men have united.
Nuw Yomc, July 11.
Michael J. Conty and Charles Burko
wore sentenced in the court at "Whito
Plains yesterday to bo hanged on tho
.... 11.1. :.. ..r
ti, i' ;i lion ill HUN. nisi oeiiauii 111 .Yiuriieit ui
.U'll'e t AKO'l.IXU ll)I,T. Wli, the l'lieiioiiu nal HiiUCKtrieniio, who nup.i.-ses the mint daring
feats in cmnplislied by oth r 'ady rulers on a pail, upon a lioli-e wiu.oui santue or onuie i j.nisu-
........ .ii , . .., , , 1 iiiil, tiifl il 1, 1. mi 11 1 nils exneiisu iv ail aueiu bent miiuei iiu uie
nii.iiniii.M . .....,,..,......,..,,....... ,1 , ... ,, , 1 ir... nun. .. f ( i i i r
nriui-e of m emiiig the I . t hnis riili r in J.uroi e ami only aimcu in uns einuiu v in a iui. iici ,nu wi jvujjiisu uexi,, niriiiu iiiuruer in
astounding piiformaiue upon a Paa-Pack Stecil throw lino ine s a ui i pieMonw i up a u K0 nicks ill WostcllOSter ill Allirust
i.. ! , Ii. ti,.. I'mtiii Miti,j 'iu;l ..Minitit he imral eled in nnv exhibition in lJ111-" UIUv' i"1 csii,iiimii,i , in viibusi,
II II il II I Ml' '".'""l" . - ,, ,,,,,, v - ,
Km ope or Ann rien. Included m the liulhant array ot
there that stronir literary taste for which
lie was remarkable throughout tlio rest
of his 1 lie. He studied ior the legal
profession and was admitted to the bar;
but ho never gave niniseii wiin earnest
ness and .stability to the practice of the
profession. At an early day lie became
deeply intciesled in the various political
questions of the day, and for the re-
nitiinuer ol ins ine may do sam to nave
irivin the most of his time and enemy
to the study of political subjects relat
ing not only to our own country nut- to
Europe. His historical reading was ex
tensive, and as he resided for many
years in New York and "Washington,
still a chance for a good apple crop. The
currant worm has effectually done up
the currant and gooseberry bushes; rasp
berries have been very much pinched
by the drouth but are looking a little
more promising now ; the ourculio has
used up the plums, and cherries are
blasted to a considerable extent, tliouirh
some trees still hang quite full.
World Renowned Artists
Attached to the New York Cireim will he found the
names of Hubert Slic!;ue,, the tlle.it American Pare-
Hack llider: the Conrad I'.i'oMurs, Champion i ivninastM
the World; llliam Dutton, the intrepid .Somerset
llider, with his infant sou, Arthur: the liiiuniMiH
Ji'mnily, wlio hac no eipiaks in any countrv in the ( I.im
sie Keliool of Gvinasticrt ; Kl Nino Kddic, tlio liny Won
der, who although a mere cliilil, tin-passes lllondln in
ditlioult feats upon tho Tight Hope. Iterheit 1!. Wil
liams, tlio greatest ot J.ngusn (jiowns, eng.igea m
l.onilou expresslv lor the present traveling himsou. to
gether w th the greatest foreo of Dai nig liare
llack ider, Accomplished Acrobat., Claude
(iymiuists, Comii'.i! Clowns, Slack Uopc Vaullers, Pos
ture Mnstei, liipuiinriHtH, .iliigenri, luniiiier.s .in. I
l'aiiloniunists, r.ver brought together in tie-eonntrv,
involving n greater I'xpenditure for f'.il.iries thin is
incurred b any four traveling efnnp imcs, and euihrac
ing more liivt iiliiMn Aiti.-ts than can ho found in any
Circus ill the World. First season in America of C'onrad'H
TllOVPE OF rXUFOllMING DOGS !
1'iom bo.idoii and Paris. Thu largest and h-rt stud of beautiful and highly trained
I' FH FOIIMLWO liOIlSFS AXJ) PONIES
Vnd the iiu-t brilliant wardrobo, trappings and appointments to bo found in Liuope or America.
Tin Programme ot perloinianecs airangeil lor the present season will ho dl.ilingiibihed by
novelty, variety and Morling merit, iueluding many ontirolv now acts, never lictore
given in tli.s country, with otherii that are original witli and peculiar to the
New York Cireiu, and can be witnessed in no other istahlishinentH
all the vast resources of this magniilcontly appointed es
tablishment will bo called into requisition .t every
t ntcilainiiii j.t to furnish a displ ry of
NASiivtiiiii:, Tenn., July 11.
A despatch from Nashville states that
the rebel Colonel, Ashby, was shot dead
last evening by E. C. Camp.
Cincinnati, July 11.
J. B. Woodruff, editor of tho Times,
was sun-struck and died yesterday.
rPHi' co-iiai'tnorhhin existini'
I of llitchiu.H A Feunof if t liist day
Dashing Horsemanship and Classic Olympic Games !
Which lor Novelty, Yimoty hlegauce and exciting interest will he found Jiilliutely Supeiin
lo any tiling ot the laiiil hitherto witnessed in America.
The Entire Mammoth Troupe
from por.-onal Intercourse as well as 1'iom
reading ins Knowledge oi mo pttuiie TT T -tr O Q T C! C! H T) A TT rP
men ot our country, ior too itisc ioriy u u x u u n m u , vj n x ,
years, was vorv prreat. as nis memory
wtis sinu'iilarly retentive and accurate,
an appeal to him for Information re
specting men or events rarely laited oi a
Had Mr. Sawyordcvotcd himself with
stability to professional lifeor to any ex
tensive literary enterprise, lie could not
have tailed ol reputation and success.
But only what may be culled fugitive
pieces, political, historical and biogra
phicalof which there are many all
characterized by a singularly beautiful
use of the Enulish laneuaee, aro loft to
show his ueiiius and his learninij. The
last labor of his pen was the brief notice
of tlio late Hon. Mllo L. Bennett, which
appeared in the Daily Times of this place
on cdnesday morning last.
It would he wrong to imply that ho
was without defects of personal charac
ter. Though he was an ardent patriot
and plnlantliropist. a nater ot an linus-
ticeund dishonesty, the vehemence with
which lie assailed the men and meas
ures which lie disapproved of, and the
Intensity of his invective when his feel
ings wore stirred in a discussion, often
neutralized In great measuro the whole
some influence which otherwise ho
would have exerted.
The Bratlleboro Pha-nl.v thus speaks
of the death of Mrs. Aldis :
Mr. Amey Aldis. who had been fee
ble for some time in consequence of her
great age, died at the residence oi judge
Kellogg, in this village, on Saturday,
July 4th, nearly OS years of age. She
was liorn at Uhopacicot, u. i.,.iuiy itn,
1770. and was tlio daughter of Lieut.
Governor Owen, who was a member of
the society of .Friends. At the early
ago of seventeen slio married Villinm
Uadconil). an enterprising merciiiuit oi
cnepacKet, wlio was accidentally khicu
..i.,1i ..:...i, ..n,... n,,.:.. ,
iiuuiu uiui- uuia tu ivi uii;ji iimnitiv,
leaving four children. Bho continued
tlio business of her deceased husband
In her own name, with success for seve
ral years, showing that prudence, dis
cretion and energy lor wnien sue was
noted through tile. Un thol-itn oi fcept
100, iniMnm, llm, o A 1 , 1 i C! H1H
lomovcd to St. Albans. In this State,
whero sho lived till 1S00, when she re-
KOH VIC'K PKKSIDKXT,
JOHN B . PA
of Hut land.
roi: i.ikpt. (!ovi:nxoit:
TEPHEN TH O M
of "West Fairlee.
l-'OH THIIASUItlOK :
JOHN A . PAGE
Tho Now York Circus Will be at Waterbury
I'roin tlio New York errcus, in Fourteenth Ktreet,
N0.1 York-, will appear lit every performance..
Prof. Charles Boswold's Opera Band,
from New York, accompanies tlio Troupe.
i;rThis company travela entiuily by railroad, on
spccii'l trains cinrtered for the purpose, and colise
um idly the perfonui ra and Iioi-kch coino into the
arena fresh and active, iiihtead of being jaded and
worn down by wiarinome night travel over rough
No Catchpenny Side Shows
Aie iillov.id with this ri-tablir hinent.
olinssioii ."it) Cents. Children under 10 years, :
rule. No standing Itooiu. Seats for all. Poors
i 1 1. . t '2 ai d 7. (iraiid Kiitivo at 2.1 and 7i 1' -M.
itnr Ticl etti for sale at Ui
H. HUNTINGTON'S Jewelry Store.
under the nanm
All debts will be paid bv llitchiiM, and all sums
due the linn must be paid to the same.
(i;j.'-iw a. wi-iw
Mr. F. b. Goodspced's New Houso at Jlissis-
cpioi iipringH, is now ready for the, reception of
A Siiuerior article of Graham Flour, for Hide
at tho storo of 11AKNH.S .V OltOWbKY,
d 1 f Lake Street.
Lf. I.KAVKXS, rSucces.sor to It. H. Bow
. man, Flour and Grain Merchant. Choico
brands of Flour alwavs on hand at low prices.
Si. Albans, May 13, 18(18. Dddf
You will Find u Liu-go Assortment
F1 .A. 3ST S ! !
Different Styles und Prines
Opposite the Park.
ki'.siiu.s ailmii'iuiou. To lie adiuired, tin v
in list nossess Beauty and Inte.lu'ouce.
Most overy one Iuih intelligence, and
ALL CAW BE BEVUTIFtTIi
Julv Mill! at
NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT.
Will run from St.
Albans to Sheldon, as fol
FOH KI.KCTOItS AT ljAlidi::
(SHO. W. OKAN DIOV. of Vemcnnes.
II. FAlIiHAIS'Kwof Si. Joliusbury. rM AMn iPTFR MfiV OXth IRRR
y - i w 1 1 nn .- 1,1 ik.ii i , . f . i . " j .vwwj
licjiutticai) Count i XoiiiiiHitioiis.
li U A J) L 10 V H A It 1j O V .
of .St. Albans,
II 10 N It Y A . 11 U It T ,
of S wanton,
AVI LIjIAM it. IIU'I'CIIIN.SON,
FOR ASSISTANT JUDGKS:
W A Ji T JO Jt C! . S T 33 V 30 N 8 .
.1 O Ji N K. . V 31 3 T N 30 Y ,
roit juiiai: or r-uoiiATi: :
M Y 3t () IS W . 31 A J 1j 30 Y
of St. Albans.
l.nnvi, SU . Allinim nv.'i'V dav at ' o'elor'k o. in.
Arrivu at Sheldon at l iclocl; p. m.
Leave Sheldon at 8 o'clock a. m, Arrivo at St,
Albans tit 11) ti'plnfk p., in.
It, JllNNlsu,,'. iiroiiilPlor.
St. Alliums. May 25th, lHt!3. dl5-tf
FOH STATH'S ATIOlt.VKV :
XV 1 L h A 3t 3) 10 A 3t 3 X N G TO N
ot bl. AlbtuiH.
J A M
10 S X'. V h
foh man BAILIFF :
JULIUS II A L B E 11 T
PlKiiiiix Mutual Life Insurance Co,,
OF IIA3HTORD, CONN.
A favorable, oppoitimity is presunted to euer-
gutic and reliable Inudnens. men who can devoto
tlieir entire lime in me nusiiiens, to reprcHent
this old. staunch, and ltiiiht successful bile Com
pany, in unoccupied territory in tho State (it
Vermont. The many popular feature peculiar
lo the l'hii'iiix Mutual, and tin- ar.iat advantages
it offers to tl(! ill-Turin'; public -its fieedoni from
restiiiilioiiri on U"ivi'l und orcupatioii -ttu iion-
lorleltaiiio )oiii ii'M Us uiieral priiiiituui hysteni
the nconoiny of the niaaag uii'iit, and its' largo
aiiiiiud dividends, rondrrit tho moat protltuhlu
Com; any to Agents desirous of realizing a hand-
bomo eouipeiency uy tneir enterprise mill ener
gy. A)ipi' lO U. li. Jl.VliLUlJlV,
Htuto Agent riiii'iux .iiutuai l.iroins. uo,
dll-tf Union Block, ltutlaud, Vt.
THICOr Pants nnd Vest at
WM. N. SMI'xH ACQ'S.
Life Insurance Company !
OF NKW YOHK.
All Policies by their terms Non For
feitable. lHVlDiiNDS C0M.MENCK 2d YKAK.
Prujilit all D'wuh'il ,'IliK'y I'ulivy
General Agent For "Vermont.
ST. AIjBANS, vt.
By using tho PAIMHAN I.OTJAN, the latest
and most wondorful of till the cosmetics. By its
use all moths and heckles aro removed, the skin
becomes clean and trtiuup'ait'lkt, and tho elieok
roaeate with tho lino of otltli, The l'aphian
Lotion can he umim nt
THE PEOPLE'S DRUGSTORE!
And albo a most complete assortnienl of all toi
let articles. The new and fragrant Klor li
riiuyo, and the delicious wood Violet, and all
other choico and fragrant perfumes.
xkilXR DRESSINGS AND DYES :
l'nll'aiid l'owder, Boxes, Colognes, Toilet Soaps,
Teeth washes mid Vowdors. Brushes: such us
Hair, Teeth, Nail, Infant, ,Vc, Ac.
.'nil and sen the beautiful necessities and lux
uries for the toilet ovon if you do not wish to buv
As full a stock of pure Drugs as can bo found in
tho State of Vermont, togotnor with Itosinoids,
Fluid Extracts, and nil articles required in a
Physicians or rlomoxtio practice. Warrant oil
puro and of nint (piiility. This storo will bo un
deiKold by iKino in St, Albans.
At the present time there is niucii competition
ninoiiL' I.ii'o liiHuranco ConiDanics. and nianv
agentH aro far too regardless of tho truth, in Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Supinators, Ait., A.,
w , , ,! .,!...- i- : .1... l 1. i.. I .....1 .......... tl.!.... I i i.. .. . ii
htatements when solicitim; for vijku, honoo it is
all important for Vigysons intending to insure,
their liv. s. to hiburo only with agonta whom
thev know to he reliable, again it is always most
siilihtactory Ior parties iissiireii to navo tneir
risliH with 'Local agents, then theru is no diillcul-
l. ,,,..1.1,,,.,,,. ,,f liiuu In 1 iii lianitl flu rr iit, lintnu
I , 'irtiii,-.! -J .-'nn ... i.""" h
PerHOiiH intonillutr to Iiiauro their lives will And
it for their iidvantago to nee. tho ugentoftho
liuardiaii .iliiliuu beioru insuring eisowiieru.
f 1 KNTS'
JT KINDS, you will find tit
FUHNISHINO GOODS OF ALL
WJI. N. SMITH k CO'S.
YOUTHS ClQtiiiiiH Pi1 all kinds at
P WM. N. SMITH A GO'S.
and every thing kept in a well regulated
S. R. DAY, AG-ENT.
St. Albans, Vt. June. 1808. dl-tf
RUBBKU Coats, all kinds, nt
WM. N. SMITH ACO'S.
GOTO WM. N. SMITH A CO'.S for aiav'n
l'fttent Mouldod Collar.
CLOTHING, Clothing for Spring tit
WM. N- SilFlTI A CP'S.
KNOBBY Styles of Spring Hata and Cam at
WM. N, SMITH A CO,