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' - ST. ALBANS, VT. : Wednesday, July 22, 1808. If ruts from fl'a.siliiftaii. telegram viih received in Wiishlng on Wednesday announciiiL' that ton Georgia had ratified the Mth amend ment, a concurrent resolution has jus pasted both Houses, ratifying said a tnendmciit. It does not requite tliesig Jiature of the President. The names of the Alabama Rcpic.-en-, Natives admitted to scats on Wednesday I are as follows: Charles V. Ilceklev. ! Benjamin W. Morris, Charles W. Pierce, J. B. Callis, and Thomas Houghley. Secretary Browning, who has been performing the duties of Attorney-General since the leignatlou of Mr. Stan- berry, has turned over the entire luisi Ucbs to Mr. Evarts. WnvM. Kvartstook the oath ot olllce States, Monday Wylieof thc District SI.,..""1? He was visited during the day by number of Senators ami other lT,nltc.l ' JlKlyo a hirge distin- guished persons. Mr, Burlingameand the Chimve em bassy will soon visit Secretary Seward at Auburn, and then go to Niagara and descend thc St. Lawrence to Montreal, from whence they will go to Bo-ton, re turning to New Yorlc to take the mail steamer of August lilth for Liverpool. The Journal's correspondent says that the Southern Senators and Representa tives arc opposed to any adjournment, but unre a recess of six weeks. They apprehend that the rebels may organize to carry the fall election by compelling the colored men to vote their ticket, ami they insist upon having Congress in session in the last week in September or the first week in October, to protect their interests if necessary. The Tribune's despatch of Tuesday says the Cabinet to-day, was attended by all the Secretaries, and was the first full one held in more than twelvemonths. Mr. Johnson, it will be remembered, maintained no official in tercourse with Secretary Stanton for many months before his resignation, and when that gentleman retired from thoAVnr Department, the office of Attorney-General was vacant. Mr. Evurts took possession of his Department yes terday, and sat at the Council Board to day for the first time. Among the sub jects discussed, was the Frecdmen's Bureau bill, and the advisability of vetoing it. No decision was arrived at, and the subject is still under advise ment, bo that it is not Improbable that Mr. Evarts may be called on to try his hand on a veto. Judge Black wrote the last veto to a bill of this character. Two hundred and forty-four patents were issued from the patent office dur ing the week ending July 21. Three hundred and twenty-live applications and Hixty caveats were filed during the name period. Secretary Seward has issued, in ac cordance with the law, a formal an nouncement that if the resolutions of the Legislatures of New Jersey and Ohio are to bo deemed as remaining of full force n ml effect, the fourteenth a mendments has, by the votes of the Legislatures of three-fourths of the States, become valid as part of the Con stitution of thc United States. The soldiers' and sailors' meeting, to ratify thc nomination of Grant and Col fax, took place, Monday night, in front of the City Hall, and was largely at tended, and addresses were made by Gens. Van Wyck, Logan and others. The President, learning that an ad verse report would be made on the nom ination of Col. Cooper, Commissioner of Internal Revenue, sent a message with drawing his name, which reached the Senate just as that body went into ex ecutive session. Consistencv. The English aristo cracy in Canada ami the Canadians who sympathized witli the rebels duriiifr the war approve of the Democratic plat form and advocate the election of the "Seymour and Blair" ticket. No doubt they wIbIi us as well now as they did then. We cannot understand how the oppressed from Ireland who .ii;ht rc fuKp on our shores can consistently sup port the same ticket. Their bet Inter est would naturally direct their associ ation with the party of freedom and progress the Republican party. Toomiis' Atlanta Kii:i;cir. Robert Toombs, in his Atlanta speech at the Seymour and Blair ratification meeting, naid: "I will tell you another fact, which is enough for this time, that as the late war was produced by the defeat ed democratic party in 1800, we shall never have peace until it is restored in 1868. If General Grant wants peace let him join the Democratic party." NKW Publications. Our Young Folks, for August, lias been received, and presents its usual table of good things for "our young folks" to sit down at, and feed the mind. The first articlo, "Up the Creek," illustrated, is au ex cellent articlo for summer reading. "Midsummer Butei flies" is well intend ed to awaken a love of natural history in the young. The present number is well filled, and will keep up an interest among juveniles for an oxeellentyouth's monthly. Tickner & Fields, publishers, Boston. Price 20 cents a number, or $2,50 per year. Littell's Living Age for July 2oth contains nine exeellentaitieles, readable and instructive, besideu poetry andshort Articles, Zittell'8 Is always good, Prom thc Sii Yoik s, , Cor. St'tmnur at IIoiin. Vlltii Ui ti.lilnift'ji ..U-t-rflilil nuuliiM i;u-- M;viii,.im'i lte.lilmir .tin I', ,( oiull..i. -UK n,.,,, nf. Vuluunl Kl. Ii,i,Iiimi. In tin. (Unfed Tenii li j:i.,m Killl Kill lilt I IIIIVll!li;,,ll t tica, !s. V., Jnli ..), The uprightly little city o. I t in, Njut ntny putting on aiis ami llalieriiig in i sell not a little ut furnishing n c.iimI. (late lor the Presidency of tue-t. nvi , United States. ,sueh an impetus we-' never before liiven to n nine., tum i, , struggled m) laiihfully and tinlm u.- v I f I I' I I 1 l 11 11 lu , I I i. 1 . .... llim u i-inlurv ior mi ix- mvi.iv. Aimuiy two new inns l ci i co. A heady two new iims oi mil- a arein piogie-s, intended io acn.ni- odate the givu. lush o pe p'e ui.uci- i cd to see the next Ueii.ociallc !Ve-,- lit. One. I n. lui.,. fi.,,1 1110(1 pated dent IH....1. Y ""lu" ..iB...,iuJ, urn, ,H mroatiy in oijeration lor tmeen or twenty miles. The other, miiung to inter,cct the Susquehanna, load m or near Collier.-,viile, is in nii.nl ' piogiess, and in ojierailon about lwui - i. -iMc nines, t lien, too, thev hawiust e lie d l loiire while the tm.e-honuie.l itayu s is un.lei'iMiiii , L . , ' 'JHtUHHMl u. lions to i-tare wuli making fiich a fuss over Horatio Sey mour's lioiiiinalion. If an. locality is io be credited with honor on this score, Dccrlicld is entitled to it all. ( an New Yoikjustl.N claim credit lor Henry Haul BuechcrV Or can liiooklyn with ju.-l-ice call Fernando Wood or Isiali H vn- deiv her son'.' 1'r.oxiinity to great nesv may be all very nice, but u must be con ceded that it is not just flu- thing alter all. Deei field is a very populous town ship in Oneida County, :-e united troin Utica on the south "by the Mohawk river. lis inhabitants are mainly in dustrious, thrifty farmers, attending strictly to their own businc-s, not given to claim that which it not their own. liml Ml imlmiwl eit li tl.iu Iimiiiii-mIiIii mihi I Christian sentiment that they luuetini. far failed to discern the rude and un principled habit of the Utietuis. Whin l hey, do di,-.eover it, look out for war on the Mohawk. Dcerlield agaiiwt Clio I Who owns Horatio Seymour? 'the Deerllelders will get the be-t of it, or I'm no prophet. They already have nine poiiusof the law the possession, which gives them a great advantage. '1 here is another view of thi a nrntt'-r which ),ivesit more general imjiortanec. Horatio Seymour is just now po"-e-e(i of a great number offiiends, and l,e:ore the ideas of November will haven (. icat many more, all of whom uic and will be very anxious to see him. Already the number seeking him to pro.e-s "their love for him is i-onielliing remaikable. Now the Utica jieoi le have announced that Mr. Seymour resides in their city, and has hi lieaihjuarteis at the Bulier lield House, all 01 which is a gross mis representation, intended to mislead pious pilgrims. I am prepared to sta.e niot eni)hatically thai since the ad journment of the New York Convent ion Mr. Seymour has been in Utica but once, and then only but part of a day cn route for his home in JJecrlield. Theielore let it be widely published that all who would seek him' must take tick ets for Dccrlicld. "The Governor," as I be i ini.M,iiti le. nominee is familiarly known by all his friends and nciglibois and that in- eludes pretty much everybody in this region "the Governoi's" resides in a plain, unpieteiidin mini collate, about two miles north oi and overlooking the city of Utica. Something in the out ward appearance of the house, though not exactly in thc aiehilecttuc, some thing in the pastoral air thai surroumlb it, something in the approach to it, and m the view lrom the vcranilali Uial stretches along its fionl sometlum; there is in all these features of the Gov ernor's home that, while not alioming particular points ol resemblance, inevit ably call to one's mind Mount Vernon. A snug little farm of about three hun dred and lilt v acres suriouiiihng the ru ral retical has been the pioperty of Mr. Seymour and his uncc-nois lor half a century. '1 lie houi-e in which the pio prietor now resides was built for a tenant of the farm, and when, a lew years ago. Mr. Seymour grew weary of law and .-ought privacy and letirement, a lew al terations and lcpairs rendered the place amply imposing and sufficiently accom modating for his own wants and llio.-e of his family. A line grove of ancient trees surrounds tne house, aU'ording an inviting shade, while walks and drives arc abundant without nialeiially en croaching upon the tii-el'iilness of the soil. The house is furnished in keep ing with its own outward appearance, its surroundings, and the well-known tastes and character of its occupants. An air of refined yomfort pervade the whole. From the verandah a view is obtained well worth a long journey to enjoy. Down the green slope and acio.-s thc rich meadows of the Mohawk val ley, all covered at this time with toiling farmers hastening to secure the over abundant crop of hay, taking in the en tire city of Utica and all its surround ings, stretching faraway up or down the Mohuwk, the view is finally lost in thc blue distance far up the' picturesque Chenango valley, the opening to winch is direcily opposite. At the time of my visit, this very anx ious aspirant for Presidential honor was engaged in superintending his lu boters in securing the hay crop. I apo logized for the inopportuneness of my call, and remarked that 1 had supposed iiim to be a country gentleman of lei sure, lie simply smiled, told the men not to cut any moie graas, hut haul in what they had down, and invited me into the house. I mude tome essay at my business, hut he insisted on my tell ing him the news. Like all icgular journalists, I protested that I knew nothing later than appeared in the Utica morning papers. '-Well, those mo the only papers I get here," he replied, "and those don't reach mo till evening." I told him all the news I could remem ber, and remarked on the enthusiasm with which hisnomination had been ic ceived. To ibis he replied thathedidn't see how people could cet up enthusiasm in such hot went her us this, lie thought they had better po.-tpone politics until It got cooler, 'lalking of the heat, 1 suggested that the healed term com menced with the meeting of the Con vention. "Yes," he said, " and but for thatl wouldn't have been in this un fortunate picdlcaniciit. 1 went to the Convention on purpose to prevent my being the candidate. 1 fought fllcadifv against it until the midnight before 'l was nominated, and again, fifteen min- DA fLV rrMS(,lUPrJ JXT.LA "' i in;. It ! inn-1' prole II' o. 1 ( 1 1.1 1 111.... . 1 . M. U,l' (111 1)1' III u I.., citenient and the h. l( nlu . V ' ' " coinii elr.lv , !". ""''Kc ft,,,.''., i ... 1 1 "l J1HU i ''eel! .1 i i . -,I,,;!,I b".w dec'W V. (, ''" 'i.-TiiitiaiOi.-' or i OHIO Air. Cl;l (. ,!1V(. i,,, ecu nc I 'laM-Hiuv learned l my i , w.i . Mr. llen,'fir!:s ,w . ,!'J,!."KiU',H twoorihreoniore l.-il't' i . Al!,-'1' niorogonom! conve !i , .'l1 ,wll"'l ldnl secure n , lom'l ! 1 ' ' l" !. e, l.t cause 1 i, , for . I (.:. i,.,.,... ""i - " -Mi,.::: --- , . L;- If -nvii.it. - i t ,' 's ; lJ"" '""k" 'v dirty,.' ":l,;,lI" .b;ui,m;.t cr.veivd with. Id ! rn,r !t is 'eitalnly nof known In mI 1 .-oeic'. . ! dandriifr in . -V.iv.v dV Vigcfiible ;lr will cllcciually eradtAte1, "ingle thorougl, iinii-a-. lion. To fhi, 1 vaiii.'i'ie :e!.i- "lily p-iye i: ,-.,iy'x t e- 1.? M, wife's choice. a. id I he who'.' ! A. Allen':: I !L I lanuly prefer it. Mrs. S. proved ir.'v 'tylo) II dr Iv'.orer C wrm-ing. i.u one h't(K. Kveri ''. 'N il. Pr.ie One ). Her. Dnu, i .' J. V. IN.rnov, o." Parki li:ir' We-t "aM mi;, s 1 1 i i . J)'. It. Andei's loti.ne Wal, r cured iiim SerdiVIa He had '!7 PMiMl IV' I'!"ei- ul-,n i eoinim need (-iking liie medicine. 1m i'oum afilica d should make a nof.tof thb.l and si mi to .). P. ilinsmo'e. K'i I lev sc. '(w Vork, for a circufir (oi.ccrtjftu.J remedy. flti-: remarkable &'-gr The wife of Socrates wa .--ihl t! be a iriea. scold. Had he,- hu- band fur niched her with Renue's Pain-KiHin. Magic Oil to cure a painful too!lineh( and headiiclie, she would, no doubt, have brMi one of the be. t v onu-n of that .'I'-c The excellent American Organ, ninii ufiiclured by S. I). & H. W. Smith, Bo-ton, ir-cd at the late convention, dc-.-eivcsan e-pecial notice, a laigc double b.mked instrumenl of Jistoj,s, whose heavy sub-ha-s notes Were di-tim Un heard above I he whole chorus ,' il'h voice.-, while ac. oinpanying the leci.a I ivi s in the or.Ho.io-. tfie, the (It'eei'of (he soft .-topi and ti.-molo wcr verv striking. We notice that the u-c of these beautiful iiistiuiin. nfs b, he. Inning to be appreciated by mii'-icul sociel'esin the larger eil ie. Burliugton Free Prrun. Savi: Yori! Doc rou's Ilri.i.s. When Dr. Wi-ter'n Dal-ani of Yx'iltl Cherry will cure coughs, colds, bleeding at thc lungs, and arresl the fell destroyer, Con sumption, it docs more than n"iot phv sicians can do. The use of n single bot tle, costing one dollar, vill satisfv the most incredulous that t hoy need look no fni iiioi- roi- iiii- iciuii-vi ill i. ST. AJ.UAK.S SIAItlCWT July, i l !SVi AlTl.us, no to v i 00 I t'O .it in. -a 10 .., ,) 1 2") fir. t 50 75 'o. :i in; !") in. ' 20 II l.O (. On ii I'll ci I i 00 1 ! 00 'i.j .7 lie i 2.". (,( .! " l.. . .s li 2 1 ' u'O 0 00 -.. 1 i ii 1 ",.l 'J 0 .io o :;i . (i III 10 I (I y ti 10 1 ill) 1 1-2 1 hi 1 00 " 1 80 1 ce 1 CO 0 l'J', 15 . u I .jo 7 -I'i (li'icil. Her lb.. . V.i a.ni, ei- Im-iliei,. . . . .iui ri'.ii, .ei- I!)., . .' .11 i.si., " UN, .IT UlbU'l, O...N .Si! KV Cllt.,. . is. )ier do,., .... e I ji li, ii!-ei!iiic,. . . . ' 1-Ml.i ii jiii'. it citi'a, . i . t - : . . l) ) r Uiflii , II '.. - - ' i. : (i.uiij, i : ' 1 ).T:l, ' Omo.v.s ' ... I'oi-.K, l.ll cle.iv, Dn.Hil llw i'or.vioj.s, tier I'UhIilI. Uyi:, Sam, Ciuiad:., ,, Turi.'s Islairl, . Maw i; Si ii.-.u, Wool, per ilj., Wool i J..-1- in.nl KRjyji'ioiv .UAiutirr ..r(iv iiwf t'jiisi.- 13xtii lat turn Oxuii,I:1.7j nf 14.IIU; 1M .inulit' llOllW IX-lli'.llU. a o.j ( ii.mi ;n i uaiui ?n.iiii ,'iii "llU'blv flll.'iO' M.(i C 100 IIjb.. on total iielflit (' lidM.lyito iiid tlit-FriL'fl beef. Vt'oi-JiSittc (Ja.-ii.. ,i-22.j f :i4D, n- (-,-ni-ain in lahlc lib l.rcf. Ui! foil j. -1 70, cMn, i 1HI, rtitii.j.11 cr.lu-n, n h in.iyl.i- n; n-il (rUinevi ;;i7 u -I'i. N III !: jh! Lumini jji, ,i (;',,., 0 I 0 pet h' .' il . n'j.l ial , exllil '0 1 Lulu. luiU'i-.iK , 7 a !c; nt.nl, 7 -( Drenht d. 00 if n.ii-i'iitn. 1-ut Ilo'jh lie ,, r tr'l "'vi-. ihoOn I20U'. lie.i.l. IZi ic, . lii-yh.DH. !l; ,( 10c li, i. 1; lot.., II ii y . I'liUMniiM i .-.tilts; , h a '). ,i . ''. ' Uj ii i2 .;!) i.u !. :! K- p.'i- I' IIOSIOJi 3IAUKI5T .Jul i 5 l-ut The iiiiiliet for Flum- i-out mu M in fame dull and iii.u-live shilc mi -.inn.lv ,. Ul Ueed. Tlie trade uu- iniit-hiiBiiijf only i i iu,-.l lotf. The mils b.ive b'-en at U .j To", .'. I lur est, r:, Mipi ilino ;7 7i to tl oi) for eonmu'ii c. trai ; uml 1) to lo ."u for niediuin tMras : up to 11 to 11 2i for b.ilvi i MiiniLMitii luandn, and 11 30 to 13 for Kood and choice, iiieliiiliuK Ohio. In diaiia und .'.Iicliij,'aii ; j;oi id I. muds whit, wheat Michigan felliiii' Monty at l'J ,-i0 to Ki ', U)bi. IllinuiH mid ''.outlierii Okio yood and choici c traa have been m. IUiim at 11 5- lo 11: and fjood aiuU-hoico St. Louw lium 1130 to !. On 'bbl. 1'he biipply. liDi.-en-r, of iluiice .St. Louis ami llianoU biamlH is hIhionI exluuMud- I'anada Four ia beam- and ijuiei. Corn Meal ban been rii-liuiK nt fi 75 V bl),. and in lair demai. d. lte (lour ih stai-eo and quiet. in in. The n.i.ilut for Corn hu. bun quid Muce our last, and m ry little liua liocu ilmu-, but ood, fcoiind Corn ih ht-aroo ami linn, s.niiiu , a und Weotein yellow have been Kcllmg ut I l'ito 1 i!(l ; very choice do ut 111 to a.!, Outxni. n.-in, er mid liaie been in bolter deinaiiil, wilh tiiiicH at DO to ll;k- '( ' bushel for houih.'i u and V.'t nlnn. lovIi The di inand for 1'orK cuntjiiiu , to be i oinlined to unall lut-,. I,ui p. ir.-, :.v, hi i i or and a Muule hi,;hir. Tin n.i h.i-, i biui ut J;tto J3 50 for i.i imi : JS to Jl liiruu., and 'JO to .11 for cU r .1.1.1 i ti-a c. ,,r. !!. -i vi -niaiiih htemly witii n.n. ut i to L'J I'm-., ,) inc-KS, 2'J lo '21 for i ,ir i u .i.,d i to J? fuinily iMrii. J.uid I-, i'i in a d p u-i .- luw vanceil. CoiiMderabk- nui.-n of iiteaui and In i tie rindertdut 175 t" lHte. ami tin- latter i.i no. held at 10c. SmoKi d llali.s hiie lie. n in tri.,,1 ilemniid, .itli s.i.i . at If, to i'le ,'ii. Piodiui).-. Uhi' mini,, 1 1, iv Hi, tti r i ,1'iM. ami prices are a tili.i'ii i mi i, Sim !. , . w nmili i ,i but till) trade pni'i h.'.e ii. d in Hi.ill 1i,m, iiuotogood an t .-hu'' i Nt a nmi , . j.l0 ilailied at ao to .,,). n..-ti u :'A to J ; Ull i coiniuun, iiichi.ini . i t, . Ti a d r n ,i . t j-. to 28 (I Hi. I'hecHe Mn been in lair demand. with nalcnot laruuiv il.urie- ut ('. to I t ; audfac-1 tm-v nt 14 In l.i,. i U. I ... .... .... , ..... :;i;-:;,',v5EW CLOTH 1NU I W S 5? it: a '33 ! ll Jl VNTi u..lorlfi"'l , v.mh ivtw. " 1 -hn' 1 V '-v 1 v! ' 'v - 5""1'",'f " ' tfuU iul.'im fll Mr. dm . , , t ,a n f -f CLOTHING STORE IWht-r.- t!.e will Ik. tlnllVHi,.;, their U'- 'l n.pli te ' .V'll sTYi.rs OF CLoTlUSd 1 fHM- I'INi' li.vrx CAPS. ilOU'ls Ni) Sll' )r.s. i;t'l;ii!'i; COAT.-.. pi fuel u- i-.ui l'le-l.r . l itht )t- iii.n. IVi.lii lu-.i.ltu U ill 1111(1 (-X.llllillC i mr -'iri.l, . iiiKo RIstcI, S. A5iis, Yormonl. 21--tfJ n. ... MoliioN a- I'KUcV. ii.ni.ni n. i'i in CC.'I.I.M U V. t'l 1 1 N -II II GRAND FLORAL CONCERT mu. n. 1. PiiOCTOll ruli u i-lt.irun !' "nine Mill K'1 1 siNtv .Voting bi'ilii'M I'lii-niiiV lieanlit'iil Hlll1 AIi-h.-.j 0p4 let til " THE TWIN SISTERS " witli tipimmrintc Seem vv. :r. flt (lie AP'.ldf.St.V UllW, ("ott limes. TaliU-nv .Vhiiii? on Tlmr .mil 21tli ln ntid l'nl(i vciiinj.;.--'. .Tnlv j:i.-.1 ! Tin- iiroKi'iiiin. lew will eini-. t uNn . f u eliuin--election of Vocal mill JimtniriKiital Jlnsic IVoin uonie of oni- l. ft rmiilent talent, amoiif; ivlinni iuo the well I.ih.hii llnllies olMe.Fl-H. B. J), flnpliint. und Hen. Kinnk- . 'i iciitrs. ci-iilH, lii.sei'veil wtuti o!l ti-nt, to I.e.. taineil at MU. KbllU" IHTN'riNU'rON'S Stoic, on ninl after Monday, July 20t h. lMMVb ollCIl 8 oV-loe!:. at 7 Concert to Ooiiinieiiee at Nev,r Auction, Commission, ETAIL ST 0 it K n'Hrd all aiieti.iii and rjjHK I'lnlerwi-fiicd h;.h o; J C-iniiniHsioii Stove I) R 1 S (' 0 I h ' a N H w ISL ) c IC OA' L A K Ft STllF Yliei-e may be fomul ,i lni-Rii Kloi-1 of nil (ll'M'l iiio'lM FT. ; pf (loods Knell a 1'iinti-, DcliiiiH, Cmelievy I'late.Uioods, Cilass Waic, Ac,, wliieh Mill ba sold 20 per cent, lower tliini al otliev .-HtablitihineiitH in town. Table Linen.-, Counter i'anes mid Diaper Wire all piuehau'd ft Mewavt'H in .','e.v Yov'.;. Am limi uali'o i vi v Tuesday and Saturday CM-llillgt,. All Hinds of lumsuliol,! joodu ivill be bonybt. v t.il.tn idv hale on eonniiishinn. liODEIlT KIJiGSI.KY. SliUwIf ,1iilvl,"j. A OUNTS WANTM1) FOlt THE LIFE OF GEN. U. S. GRANT. liy lion. Heili-v 0. Dmui j;;. Tlio itubj vorl; of thc l;iiul hsiwd iwdcr thv MiiictUm anil' lj the an llinrlhi iif tii'unl himtp'f. The author is well Known a one of tin- moat brilliant writcm and iloqueul outturn in the country. ArchIm will liml fliii. mm nf'rlm innul iu.,.ii J..1,- liO,.,.,!.;.,,. j bioi-iiphiea over pubHi'lted in America, and v.ifi moct with a rouily .alf. Eor p:u ticulars, address S- . WHAN TON A- CO.. I -JO Asvluin fUreot, I Hartford, CI. -JI'J-I" j ooziUSizatys. rHtfllhVeli bl.tlled ti-nltiu Mallion will M-ne X 1.141'cr" the pien nl hi-umiii Hi E. H. BEAL'S STABLES! ; Bakorsfiold, Vt. I Coluinbua is ho wuli hnouu in Kranlilu Coun ty that it i hardly nei-(-iry to miv a wor.l ef Iiih value to l iriiierw who wiMi to raiao valualile Colts were im iiniiei-bally known us trultoru. Ho Colts stand vuty high in Now Uirl;. He waa ac linonledKcil to he lint bcM Stallion, and toolc the lirM premium lib mieli, at the Wust ehehter County l'uir. At the request or nianv of the luiwt promineiil im n of I'l-anldiu Count v Vt., his prcHeni oiMier eoimeiited lo Ut hiiii mid the pn.sent hcibuu for MarcM. lu order to ,'iu. entire biitibf.tctioii to all of the many frifiidd of the hort-c, the piien ban been Jixed' low. The inerajr. li.ighl ofhw coIIh in from 15 to If. lunula hiffli, and weight from 10 to 1,'JOO lb. lilJtl K.IJAK1MI-'. I-l'LLKlt. In Oil SAT.11. A pluiittantly located roHtiruneo ! m St. Albnuu, with one or two acres of ii.iui, ua limy ui- lieeilicil. IIU'IV.' """ 1'OOIUB, rollor, cistern, excellent well of wi.ti.-r, bonne and barn neatly now. Applo, pear, plum, and cherry tree--, partly hi hearing, of bent varictien, Also f;i,i; vine,., etc. The uheap.-st plnoo in town at the pricu niihuil. Teruih verv oahv. I'oo fmtltoi- paiiiculai-H, eiiipiii-e at the' Tuan-s'-iiii'T Otlii-e. ''I.l-tb' Notice to Farmers. ITIOltKAEKhythohiihscriber, the latent im-' pro ed liL'hleHt draiiKlit and heat Mowing! Machiniw in tlie world, and tho now and late.M I improved Iloran Hay llaKo, Manulactiireil-bv tho , Knillen Mowing Machine Co., WoreeHter. J'fasu. ' I will mipply all extriw neccssi ry to repair "aid I Miichiuun! Allwantini: Machines wil well call and examine, the Ifachiuei-v befm-o i..n-M,nM. ing any other. N. 1'. Leach, of Sholdon. in authoried to re ceive orders for the nbo(- Machines. , CiEO. W. KIDDElt. Sirantou, May 20th, ISfiS, 218-2ms . DEWEY NOULt oiUUb- i - N - S V R A N V-E AOEWOTT ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY OF lIAH'JTortn. CONN.. cvi'tTAt. anj ;mti..u?. i,s:i:i.r.ia an. NKW YOltK. CUMTAIi V.'l) fiDUI'lil'S, :j,ivj:i sue, ?s, : HA RTFOB I) Fl HJO INS. COMPANY )l- llAIITI-OKl.). CONN.. Avrni. v-.mj..;ci:im.i-s. h-j..kiimmmi oo. INS. COM PAN Y NO RT1 1 AM I1', R I O A .11' I'llTlAPKblMIIA. CAi't'i i. vj st:j; pi. i s. 's-j.uoo.omi ud, NIAGARA FIR 10 INSUItANCM CO. i'l' N1-iV YOIIK. ( AC1TU, AM) r.t'i: t 3 . 1 ' ; , il.rilXl.ooa Oi). SKCUUITY 1NSURANCK (.'(). OF NI'.W VOIIK. St'lMM.SJSI. -sl.l77.J1t I'i. CAl'S'CA 1. A ! ! ! LOIUIjIjART) fikkins. company OF ."KYT YOltK, CAPITAL A.Vt) Sl'ltl'l.l.'S. SI,nOtl.(lll0 Oil. NORTH AMERICAN FIllK IN. CO ul-",NEV YOltK. CAPITAL .l.Vi SVItPl.r. i7o ,000 00, I CORN FXCIlAIs'OF LA'S. COMPANY OK N'KW YOltK, CAPITA L AXD SrUPLI'S, sVi.Vl.l 00 00 NOJtTil AAIJ5KICAN FIRE INS. CO OF HAKTI-'OIll), CONN., 'M '7V1 . A A7' SVltPL f5r,o,ooo io. ROO FR WILLIAMS INS. COMP'Y OK PllOYlDMNOE, It. 1., CAPITAL AS I) SI'l!l'LP fJ0l.:i.-.8Kl. OLFNS FALLS INSURANtJK CO, ot'OI.MNS KAlil.S, N, Y rppi.i. asp SPHPLPs, Jlhe'iJ'.l 18. Fii- and .Marine liiKuraueo clVecleil at thin Agen cy in any oi tun aiiovi'-weii iiui.wn oinpamcH Life fiiMirtnice. T1IJ5 MUTUAL LilFiO INS. CO. OF NEW YOltK, . Thc OldeM and Jairiift .Mutual luburance Com- ........ :.. .I.- TT..H. .1 t.i...i p.oi ii. uic uiiueii niiii.'M, VAPPIAL ASH ASSISTS, j."),(l0;),o!io on. Mfo ft ud Accident lnsurtincc Either Mipurately or combined, at the IomoM rato of Prouiinm in the 'iTtAVFLLER'S INSUIJANGK (JO. OK IIAItTI'Oltl), CONN., CAPITAL AXIi AftXKTS, 1 ,000,000 DO. - n i n u , , , AU, lot'BL''i l''Ptly attmiilct to and nettled at V,".8'"'-. U"W anlij. Pair Profits, ami ' 'w"'Jl 1 nymtm. lllHlirallCO to .HIV amount nllected on tlm ntnxt Bfttifactory tenim. UEWE1, KODLE .S: CO. Ofllcoconior Lako and Main Hi.. St. Albanet, Vermont. m.tf iWrnSi - V.Tfc1"Pj P(TllT?T1l. ' Oimiit-ilf -tni. if fflxo I'lii.' in mi Mum formerly mfc'iiim-il liy S. K, .v .1. A. lie 1 Mil l.i dies llnd lii'V( n ('(nniilctc ami oli u t w-' iri IllCllt lit I'rtllfV Ill'V IIIWllln lilll llr l r' ll mullet, such n- Lncest Fringes alt colui't lltlgingy, Insertions. Btuslins. Lawnp. Collar?, Cutis Veils, F.ans. a rich lot. Collars. A uieo lino nf rreneli (.'lunbilcs anil I'am- I nlt'.lu J lll.W Kill I4K1VII WHICH Hill 1 1IIMMHN 1111 .1.1... '.tr ttwttitriir iiitn rm ill m'l.'iir fiiiri i:ii 1 ..mil) il nF u'liif-li ti-i 1 lm Hnl.t nr l-i itminAl. nvii'oH. bullion will lln.l it to tli.-li- a 1 nut ' I linn nun i-xiiiuiiie I'.i iiu-ium-ivi-w. 1 .. 11 ..1...... Dress ami (Ji.nil; iiiiiUinjr in all tl vni-i"t. 111. IH 1 iiiv nuiiiii.t i itnii.ii " ........ Y Jli.ni-e. 1..11K anil lavoriuny liiinwn ui iiiii.n l....l ..f tlitu vlllurn ntiil vlrllill lillll.1 l'l ......f. v. . . . UMl CllY t. llTttP'y Ur.lll... t-l.lllit.l AUl'lll Mil n ..l. ....... ... L.l.lll b. 1". 1UM1TOS. .t!i ,ja. .....i.u..) t.nid.uui 11 AN Ave lilrpiuvU I.. liti-liiNl) UK. u- (io FIHKM FN and MILITARY l"A RADIOS, I'K'NK'S, ; Al, , , eviMii,.T.... 1'. -V I I . I 1 X It IVl'l?! 'l-CIf '111 lllllH 11 Inn. II... .1 ... .. li..:. 'i is tciuii-,'il ( h-ili'M iiil.lii".).. (1 n G-EORQ-E E. KINSLEY, Mil T.l R M 1 T H W. H At tin- Tieinu.il It.iiis.-. ili i-imu-h. telilinn. ll-. n I n IUTU V JrJJ 'VI i JtJ6 M SVI ll!. ,'). rAlUUACl' BUI L D I fC . - 1-J ', D A.H K V it hoi i. tl... I....,..., .. . i ... . .l.i. Kitiuls of ev.-i (tcscviiti.. i. in ii,,. .l.x, in,,. ' in iMiiii, in .w. t..i. i I-... ii. i . l.i ii mis I'lietuV'i s. vi Hi i a supply nt ' ' ' i-iii:- mi Ml. i;.lLrl , MA Til Mli II ML 7'AA (7 or all )iie-iei liaiiil, We otici t.li'lo iiHs-oi lii.ent ii fn. I .Kill (Utrvinni mil ,,,'...,w... ..,....' V,. ........ . I i , ,"' in ... ,,,,,.,.-, , ,,, l tl It ll l l I And are eoiwtantly receiving coiinigiime.itH of ullllMl !,.' ,,lli,.l,, M-.1- 1 ............. TT r.,.tlll.... ll.l. ...t 1 11 L ,1... ; .uu i ,ii.-i , j(,ii,'iu v.iiuiii mm iliinci, iilllll) Itni ,piu ,-iiii-iiinr ami iMnM-r. Il.ird mid mift On Mi Knnaiiu led Oil Top uml U HA I A O ) T L M A T If M U 0AKPKTING AND OIL CLOTH, Which we oiler at a low cash liguie. M.-OOWAN .V liliOWN, J. i noriiiNoii jt jt'oowAx. i St. lbans, VI. .ii'.oiioi; iv. iittow.v. t di-ti wiior.r.s.ii.r. asi i;r.r,ni. nr..u.i u in toy, S''MML. iSS, NAILS, 01 1,, 'A L" AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 2 Man an i as tools, SIMLF TlAltmVAHE AND C All HI AG E MA KEUS STOCK. BARNES" BLOCK. St. Alban,, -May li, IwiiS. LAKE ST iin-rr . -fa i Oft-..:EY-fO . if hai;: rectc ' n Hcil i.ii .) it..- II -ritlr 1 r anil U ii t .-unci -l.-.l I In t t.Ilc (u 'u ilif u-ij I'i -i I i' '.it i.u i ii.r l.tutoiin v V i Ii.Itl il..ir I ii':imtl ct'Kr iltriillnc lltt- A lilUliliillll, liUn" ninl iLiiiiiiuli, ,1ml lH'i'SHini; - an 1 li'.inil.Mii Hi. ll.u i llil'rco , fj.- II 'I. I i.l-..tt(.'l lllli-, 'lol'H not .illl tl.c limM tit 1)1 if . aud 0-s.. - iit till' St ii III I 1 I A.N . .V" ill" U.i r i: t u iu J f? t Zlj l l it. Sold. by all Druggists. S. nr.u.i.n in ii. i. liiNiis oi First Class (irocorios ! ! OAHHOW III.OOIC, ST. A I. HA NH, VI. Consifitiug in ji.iit f Flour, Pork, Vol,, Sugar, Tea, XeniovecT. 1 U. d.ti. CLA1UC 1ms removed to l-i.nth Mnlu 1J Street. Oflico at bin rouble St. Albaim, Vt., May. 2, IHGf Hii.tf