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VERMONT D.rVII.V 'I'UANSORIPT, .JULY :a LhiGS.
N E W F I H M ! TEW FIRM VT. TKANSC.RTPT cm OUT ! I RKAU 1 itist to: i ruts: .1868, jteaEEfc 1868, Ogdensburgh to the West. i Xavthcvn Transportation Coniianif j Tho only Through Daily Lino between ! Ogdensburgh and Chicago 1 1 Ami Intel mediate Pints Fit Ft T. COX FFCT IOXF.ll V. -AXD- A Ntt NEW GOODS. monuy ri'iiNisiir.ii to i-a 5TOB BARMS &CRI)HliY NO. 2 BARNES' BIOGE LAKE ST., ST. AIiBAXIS, VT. ' Would sa) to the hiijiIi i if 1 nilil.Uu Omit). that they arc prepalcd to offer thrni , FAMILY GROCERIES, j Fresh from market, at the lowest cash price, Wholesale qui retail. at TEAS. Itvsim. .lanan. Oolong anil English Urcak- fast. The tlnc.-t ill the maikot. If yniwant, ItlKeil Teas, 1'UV pllle Ten." of IIARNESA CROWLEY, pick i.ispheiry leave ami ""Is to suit vour taste. You will Hurt it cheaper than to lillj tiliyrt Teas of any Sew Yoik 'IVa t'ouipam. livilMss ,v ci;ovi.ia keep the rest oorriiBS. .(iVf.i;NMK.T .1 . lilt). Al'MSICAN, AND tHUJL'Nl) COFFEE spiobs. Strictly pure. Oo to RAHNES A CROWLEY'S for the best R. MOLASSES, STJOAKIIOtTSE SYRUPS. SUGARS. 1. It., HAVANA. MUSCOVADO, DEMEHARA, AND REFINED OF ALL GRADES. It vou would keep clean, buy your SOAPS Of HAKNES A CROWLEY. ROHRINS, KENDALL, peerless, o. ic, PIONEER. AO . AC. TOILET SOAPS. AC. ToTohaeeo Chowors, SmoUci-M, and HnuiV-Ta.-kern: Vo buy of thu nianuliieturors, and eau pleane vou both in ipiality and price. Wn wnutFariiieis and Dealers to bear in mind that we keep the Furu lSouton ground ROCK SALT, Tho onls salt nuitablo for dairy imrposcn, which will lie wold an low asean bought in thix market. For a ,'ood lifjlit and no danger of e.ploioiiH, nuy your KEROSENE OIL OfllAKNKS A C WOW h F.Y. Tnee art low a Jie lowest. pioua. The best branils eoiihtantlv on hand. lirahani and Ituekwheat Flour, live and Coin Meal Finallv if vou want anxthin in the line of trood croteries, the plaeu to buy them is at liAKNES .v CHOWLUY'S. Cnsb naiil for all kinds of Country I'roduee Ooods sold at wholesale at the hmest possible llgure. 21U BAltNKS A CnoWLliY. 01:01101: w . haunt.-, I Sl AU)tllln vt l. J. CUOWl.KV,. I nUEAJ' Ull'liOVKJIH.VT 1A OKXTIS. It Tit y. Th" attention of the publio is ealled to a (,'reat discovery 111 Uentisiry. THH OHHATUST ADVANCE KTEl' EVE I MADE IN THE A I IT. Tho main difliculty in wearint; artilleial teeth is. tbev do net bo (1 ill t heir n ace llrinly elioUKl and add to this the aiinoyanco of food MtiiiK ii'ider the plate while e.itnif;. 1 liave ilL-covcr v'd a met noil of so eoiistructiiii tho plate on allien the teeth are i-et that they will not start .ir ilron while oatimr or sneakinj;, neither will ally particles of food ?' under tho lilate. no , . .1 i:t! .1... ...,...!. :.. mallei wuai uiu eoiiouiou ui iuu mifuui ib Tbieh is not tine 01 aiiv method hithertoused I havo secured Letter Paten! tor the United States. England anil France. Tho improvement is not in material, but in Hie construction, silicon cruirp uiu ui.iiicii.i;. jl pressuro 011 the entire plate. I havo Hold tho exclusive of said improvement to Or. L. Gi man. to wit. tho Counties of Frank lin. NYushiiiKton, Chittenden, Lamoille and Grand Isle. TIioko wishing to avail themselvi of such improvement, will call on Dr. I. GILMAjV, ST. ALliANS wtMo.NT, N.T. FOLSOM. November, 11, lfiOT. l'Jl-tf Olilliu AKuuuy. TTY recent enactments of Couurcss. all So! .I) diers who have served three yearn and have received nut Siuu bounty mmi tne uniieiihtaies. or who, haviiiK enlisted for threo vears, wero dis' charged in eoutseqnunce of wounds, and tho wid ow, cliilureu, or parents 01 any so;iiicr yiio en listed foi threu years, under a promise of only bounty, and who died in the service, are en titled to an additional bounty of ONE 1 1 UN DUE D DOLL AltS I All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or foot, or havo incurred disability erpilvalent to tho loss of hand ir foot, arc entitled to a large increase of pension. All pensioned widows of suldicrs or sailors aro entitled to an ucreased pension of two dollars per month for each child under i-ixtoeu years of ago. .Claims of tho abovo nature, and for arrears of pay, officers' extra pay, for horses lost in thu U. H. bervico, commutation of rations of prisoners of war and prizo money, will bo promptly prusc cuted bv application by letter, enclosing dis charge from service, will bo attended to and tho uecebsarv papers returned to plicant for sig naturesAc, E.A. KOVYLES, Ofllco over the First National Dank, St. Albans, Aug. 17th,lBuu. 125-tf CANCEltS CUltED WITHOUT PAIN, USE of tho knife, or caustic burning. Circulars Bent frco of charge. Address Drs. DAliCOCK A SON, 700 llroadway, 211-am New York. TRICOT Jackets at WM. N, SMITH A CO'fl TOBACCO STOKE,! Wholesale and Retail I ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED ! IT CITY WHOX.SB PRICES. I.MlUl tS-lHII'tl VI III MERESCHAUM PIPES; EU".1H l'UT. WAItRA.NTCn. Fruits oi' all kinds in (lit ir Season. ORANGES, LEMONS, PINEAPPLES, J IA NAN AS, STRAWIIEltltlF.S, APPLES, AC. AC, AC Largest Assortment of Confec tionery in the State. Ohe II-dl-tf rail li.ink Stici t. St. Allium- Vt. II. li. SAMSON A CO. r "(IlAltl.Ki VVMA.. 1847 stiror.ssoii 'in WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, Acknowledging tho kindness and liberul pat- lonago of tho public in the pant twenty yearn, I, Charles Wyman, Now ri'iiar the promise, (anil let the past be tho ussurance) tliat tins eorner 01 inn goon nine STATE OF VEllMON'l, nd some portion of tho P. (., shall be well and honestly supplied at the lowest possible rates with all tno grades in American, owis-.v i-ngnsu W ik T C H S3 S In GOLD and SILYElt Cases, I T? XKT T? T T V J JLU Y T JJ JJ 11 1 Latest patterns and all grades FINE GOLD, SILVElt and PLATED CHAINS, KEYS, LOCKETO, CHAINS, Masonic and Mechanics' Pins, Solid Silver Ware. warranted line as coin, lieautiliu KLIJ0T110 VI 1 AT El) GOODS, From all the best factories, such as TEA SETS, CAKE liASKLTS, ItEltltY DISHES, CASTOltS, PITCIIE11S, . (IOISLETS, SFOON CUPS Svrup Cups, Mustard and Child's Cups, Vases, Collin Plates, linallv evervthing of first (piaiity Plated Wan. This is the only place in the county where you can get, direct from the nianuf.ictuicrs, the Genuine Win. Kogcrs & Son's Spoo.is, Forks, Knives, Ladles A e. Don't be de ceived and bu a 2d (piaiity goods when its so easy to get t.'iv be! and al almost the same juice A great variety l locks. Table and Pocket CUTIUKY, Iu abundance. Everybody wants a knife then let everybody call and get one. A large assort ment of Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles and Eye Glasses. FANCY GOODS, SHEAltK, SCISSOJIS, COM US, imusiiEs, NEEDLES, WALLETS, HAGS, GAMES AC. itiflo and Pistol Cartridges, Revolvers, Huberts' Needles (warranted.) Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired in tho best possible manner. All work win ranted satisfactory or pay refunded. Engraving neatly executed, and at reasonably low rates-. At tho old stand, Drninerd's Diillding, corner Main and Dank streets. OHAItLES WYMAN. St. Albans, Feb. lOlli, 1S08. 2U:!-ti REMOVED. milE Subrcriber has removed his stock of JL goods to Humus' llloek, Lako Street, oppo site tho St. Albans Foundry, and will continue business there until tho completion of bin now Store on Main Street. VICTOlt ATWOOD. ht. All.cx.tr, May 11.1KR. 21C-tf. JJOUGHTON'S OYSTElt HOUSE, - iiAsi:u:sr BAKjSHES' BLOCK ! I.AKB srnr.T. .sr. Ai.tiAss. ChcsiipcaUo & BaKimoi'C Oyslcrs AT w'lioi.r.H.u.r, anii ui;taii.. Tliiw brand of oyster. Is tho largest anil tluost in tho market. Hotels, Private Parties, and Fes tivals, furnished at inside priced, 198 .ST. ALBANS. H. A. CUTLER, - - PROPRIETOR- All Printing brought to this Ollice, both Plain and Ornamental, uill meet with prompt atten tion, at prices a low' an the time will admit. We do our wolk much better than can any Ollii'o that will 'do a job of printing for nothing for the sake of depriving us of it, and v,o aro ready to compare our work with any similar class of printing done in the cities, both iu neat ness and price. Hand your orders into the Transcript ilook and Job Printing Establishment if you take any pride in having our printing done in a work manlike maimer. The Last mMM Sueccst. (R REST! DRES! jVswetnoieBoiftc will quickly restore Gray Hair to its natural color and beauty, flnd produce luxuriant growth. It u 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. , l-n r Sale Ity nit llrtiggiats. PEl'Or, l8 (iKKBXWICH ST., N. Y, JMPOHTANT TO STOCK OllOWlllIS; Blood, Beauty, Siieed, Kind ness and Endurance. Those who desire to raise lirst-class sotck, and all lovers of good horses, aro rcspectfu'ly in formed that the llniubletniil'i'i trnttiii'r stallion, ill stand tor a limited nuiulier of mares the cu suing season, at the Homestead Stock Farm, Greenwich, Washington County, N. Y'.; season to eoiuiueiieeoii the 1st of May and to end on the lttt day of i-'cnteniber. Young Dexter was bred at Chester, Orange County, N. Y., is four years old, by Uysdyk's llainbletimian, stands ueaily l(i hands high, and is one of tho best of the get of his celebrated sire. Young Dexter is a half brother to Dexter, George Wilkes, liruno, Uru nette allied to Mountain Hoy and other well known horses. Very evidently, from his size, shape, etc., Young Dexter will not only hiing gentle, lino and speedy btock. but also handsome carriage and lanuly horses as well. It is mani festly for the benefit of stock growers that thoy obtain not only the best and most popular blood iu tho country, but also that which commands the highest p'riecs i i market, and it reipiircs no liiore labor or care to raise a guod colt than an inferior ono. It was with tho view to improve the stock ot horsus in Northern Now York, Ver mont ai.d Now Hampshire, etc., that Young Dexter was purchased by 1 s present owner, Mr. II. 0, Pago, Editor of tho Voyic'.i Juiwnnl tho object being to benellt fanners and stock growers who aro willing te undergo the caro and expense necessarv to the raisini; of good horses. For iurther particulars, terms, etc., address Homestead Stock Farm, Greenwich, Washington county, N. E. G. .STllATTO.N, 2i5-tr SuDerintendent. DISSOLUTION Tho copartnership hereto fore existing under tho .lanio of Wymaii A Huntington is by mutual coucut this day it's kolvetl. All accounts with said iirm miibt bu bottled immediately. Either partner is author ized to receipt fill" the saini), ' CIlAltLES WYMAN, h. H. HUNTINGTON. St. Alpans, Feb. 10th, 1808. Tho watch and jewelry business in all it bran ches will be continued, with promptness, aiid in a workmanlike manner as heretofore, by CHAltLES WVMAN. 203tf B LACK DHESH SUITS OF EVEHY KIND AT WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. I L ik' f A''pcy m mi 1 r- w HA! FOR VOUR PAPER ! IN GREENBACKS! ISIl Till" ADVKIirtMKMKNl jGOOD FOR TWENTY DOLLARS' VIKi: HOI,l,AllS .M) UlTVIT.Nri. GOOD FOR TEN DOLLARS! One ol these Advertisements will bo accepted as one dollar on eer cash purchase amounting to TWEWTV DOLLARS. oil I'll- ')" I'KMTs i 1 rcitVIIASi: ill' 9 TEXT DOLLARS. Oil TWENTY-FIVE CENTS on a PUltOHANE of flVE DOLLARS. Or a copy of the Vermont Transcript one Year On a Cttsli J'lti'clmsi' of$HO. AT- WHEELER AND BAILEY'S. We have in variety and style, not to be sur passed in Northeru'Vcrmont, BOOTS AND SKOBS 1 Crockery and Glass Ware, Leather and Shoo 'Findings. Also Agents for tho GREAT NEW YORK TEA COMPANY. Twent v-thrce different kinds of Teas at (!0 eta., 70 cts., () cts., !)(J cts., 11.00, SI. 0, 51,15, and the very best at $1.2."'. Coffees !lil and It.) cts., and the' very best at 40 cts. Every thing iu CUSTOM WORK We manufacture to order. Our styles if work consist of Ladies' and Misses' Polish, high cut, and lluttoii Hoots, of tho tinest quality of Serge Kid and Calf Skins, and of perfect pattern Of Gents wear, wo are the Acknowledged Champions Consisting of Oxford Ties, llalmorals, Gaiters, and Hoots with or without the box toes, made fioni the real warranted TRENCH CA&P Call early and often at the Wholesale and Itetail ; Cheap Ca-'h Store. i WHEELER A BAILED , I UfS-1) .Main Street, opposite tho Court Houso. C Ai.i. Vis miEili & WETUEUBEE'S "FOR DitlCSS GOtH'.S, DuJlESTICs, WOOLENS, SHAWLS. WHITE GOODS, GLOVES, HOSlEllY, POCKET KNIVES, NOTIONS, AC. TEAS, COFFEES, SUOAltS, SPICES, RAISINS, CRACKERS, IIROOMS, KEROSENE OIL,!y SALT, AC, AC. 110-tf T MIICOT Sacks at WM . N. SMITH A CO'S. Musical Instruments. I have mado arrangements to furnish Pianos, Organs, and Mclodians, from thu host Manufac tures in tho country. Instrur.i-uts aro fully warranted, A written guarantee givo"i. speci fying that thoy shall fully sustain their tono, and not get out of older for 11 vo years. II. L. SAMSON. St. Albans, Vt., Junn, 1808. 222-Uni ( O TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for all kind JC of Umbrellas. SMITH 6c FOSTER IIAVINn I.liAHnil TIIK (l,l MTAK'II VI t ') I..ivrntv mnnV 1 V0nl? Shi 2,ays Through With 10. , DdllOW DlOCk!! out Change of Boat. Tllid Well kllOW'll llllll tt-linbln ('uuixntiv .vlll MAIN STHEET, 1 For a term of vi,ar,. I, ...v.. H.,1.- I.e. I,. 1 store, on Lake S'treet. and consolidated at o. 2, 1 1 Dariow llloek, where vou can find niauv umi...s to be I . Sold at Cost, Suih as Over Coats, Under Coats, Pant., Vests, Shirts, Drawn h. lints ('aw. Ac.. Ae. We are m ding our Heavy Goods At cost, and less, to tnalvO. room to our Spr . Stock, that is alroady coining iu. We keep tin largest assortment of Full Suits, Half Suits, Coats, Vests and Pants, Under Gar ments, Hats, Caps, Collars. We not only make a speciality of tho Benils Collar, Hut keep a large assortment of a dozen other styles. Tics, Hows, and Knots. Wo have and keap for sale, every New Style. We ask atten tion of all who wish CLOTH I N G FURNISHING GOODS On prices, wo can't be beat; on (piaiity of goods, wo keep tho best. Hy calling at No. 2, I "arrow I (lock, you can satisfy yourselves. No grum bling if vou don't purchase. SMITH A FOSTER, n. m'd, smith, lG5-.'lni o. u. rosTiiu. 200 TONS pf A QrFT?T? TaT?TQ X JLiXl-kJ X-i!lJLV J- X.VJMIJ On liaim and arriving, fresh ground, In sacks. 'llio l'laster is too well Known as a iertinzcr in tins copnty to need any comments. Jbvcry fanner hhould avail himself of a few tons before the sleighing is gone. -ALSO-FIVE HUNDRED OF 11 USD ELS UVVSGATL1AN OATS ! ! For seed, imported by Mr. Hill, of Grand Isle County, weighing thirty-eight pounds to thn bushel, and a very heavy yielding oat, ALSO NORTHERN CLOVER SEED Raised in Grand Isle County. MASS SEED, COJIN, HUCKWHKAT; Ten tons choice DAIRY AND OXZEESE SALT ! Also, a large stock of FRESH GROUND FLOUR, On hand, which wo aro selling FROM $10 50 TO $17. Tho abovo stock is bought for cash, and sold at a small advance from cost. CALL, AND KXAMINi: Cash paid for all kinds of Farm Produce. 201-5W. S. O. N01ILE A SON. TO THE WORKING CLASS.-Farmcrs, Me chanics, Ladies, and everybody. I am now prepared to furnish you with constant employ ment at yoili homes -tho whole of your time, or in your spare moments. Eusincbs now, light and prolltablo. Fifty cents to fa per evening is easily earned hy perouns of either sex, and tho boys and girls earn nearly as much as men. Great inducements aro offered thoso ho will do-, vote their wholo time to tho business, and, that every person who sees this notice may send mo their address and test tho business for thorn selves, I mako the following unparalleled offer: To all who aro not well satisfied with tho bust nets, I will seud $1 to pay for tho trouble of writing me. Full particulars, dircctiui.s, Ac., sent free. A sample will bo sent by mail to all who send 10 cents. Address E. 0. ALLEN, 21i-lm Augusta, Maiue. 1 Uin'n7 tl10, l'fpfout Season, run thoir Lino of first cuss Upper Cabin Kteamora daily, between OgdotiHburgh, Oswego, Cluvolaml, To'lodo, De trolt, Uilcago. Milwaukee, and Intoinioillatu purl, leaving Ogdensburgh on arrival of E ju-i'Hii tram from the East. FANSF.XO HJS AX FAMILIES ,., . ... , , , ,Mmi"K jan embark with their IngKage, I earns, Stock ,ve., and land together without disturbance v tialisliipiuoiit, at their port ot destination, thus iiMiiding the meat ineimxeii ielice of the inaii changes, ilelavs and et)cn- , ses, ot other route-. These Steamers have targe 1 Cabins and State Itooms, aniplv and neatly tin 1 lushed, for liist class Passelieers aiiil Fiiilillie- who may wish to fuiiiMi their own piovisioiih' No elloits will be Mpaieil to maintain tin npntn tion of this, as the (HI FA f'HST AXn ItF.ST 110 FT F.' A Ihiiioiijjb n'l.ttililiiiH. ivllttinn lepalrlUK and lefurmshed. Willi i-cveral new ImmIh added to the line, inalx s tbi-now tin most cinnioita hie, pleasant lied epi diliiuiK nun, l iihi gn al West, lie sure and see the Agents of .,, be fort! )ou buy your tickets. Trust nun will iilwnys meet assen-,'ers at the depot' in Ogdins burgh to take cheeks and re-ebeck Ilai. tni-fe. Ask for tickets via' jVO ' Til FFX Til A XSPO It TA ION ' ! n .V J-JA Jl V t'.V The mil) Daily American Line leaving Ogilen burgh. We will make it the interest ofevei v tiaellei to see the Acntn of the lino before p- rchasing elsewhere. Through tickets over jill the Wen tern llai'road Lines can be obtained on applica tion to GEO. W. SMITH, ollice, corner Ford and Patterson Sts.. opposite Johnson House, Ogdens burgh, N. Y. One hundred pound- of baKgage. free to each passenger HAUOAUE CJIEL KFA) TIWOFGir To nil points. For through tickets and other information, apply to G A, EDD"i . Ollice steamers' Landing, Ogdensburgh, N. Y Geo W. Smith, General Ticket Agent. II, G Goodno, Passenger A-jcni. 212-tf 0 lU'AXS AXU IlIKI.tlD.CON.' Tho subscruicr would announce that ho In-, received the agency lor tho Shoningcr Or. i gan and Molodeon Company, Now Haven, Conn.. ami will luriiisli iiistnnni nlw ot tlie To Agents or Families, on tho most rcasonablt , terms. They mauufiicturo fifty dill'crent kinds i tiom one to six sets reeds, with or without .Sl'li IIASK A XI) TH KM Ol.O. ' All of these instruments possess great power, i with bweetuesu end flexibility of tone, as read) to respond to tho touch as a piano: the ease are highly ornamented in oxtLrnal finish, the very bei-t ot materials being used - warranted t. I t) 1 1'.' MA TlfihWt'TinW Any person wishing tlie best iiistriuncnt for the 1 least amount of money, will do well to exaiuiin- these before purchasing elsewhere. C. D. FAltliAlt. At-'cnt. , St. Albans, Vt. 182-fiius STATE OF VE1IMON 1 . 4 GENTS WANTED FOR THE OFFICIAL 21. UISTOl Its Causes. Character, Conduct and Results ! By Hon, Alexander H. Stephens. A Book for all Sections and all Parties. This great wolk presents the only complete and impartial analysis of tho causes of the War yet published, and gives these interior lights and shadows of the great conflict only known to thoso high ollicerswlio watched the flood-tide of revolution from its fountain springs, and which wero so accessible to Mr. Stephens fioni his po sition as second ollicer of tho Confederacy. The public that has been surfeitod with appa rently similar productions, wo promise a change of fare, both agreeable and salutary, and an in tellectual treat of the highest 01 tier. Tho Great American War has at last found a historian worthy of its importance, and at whoso hands it will'reccivo that nioderato, e.iudid and impar tial tieatnient which truth.aml justice so urgent ly demand. Thu intenso desire evetywhere manifested to obtain ttiis work, its olllcial character and ready sale, combined with an increased commission, make it tho best subscription book over pub lished. One Agent iu Easton, Pa., reports 72 subscri bers in three days, Onoiu Huston, Mass., 101) siuVcrboirs in four days. Ono in Memphis, Tonn., Kit! subscribers hi flvo days. Send for circulars and see our terms, and a full description of tho work, with press notices of atlvarco sheetH, Ao, Address NA FIONA I . -PUBLISHING CO. 2(i South Seventh St., Philadelphia, Pa. I710R NEW SPRING SUITS OF ALL KINDS, ? call at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. GENT WANTED. To solicit 01 tiers for all kinds of marblo work, cither on commission or by the month, Ono uso to tho business preferred. Apply by letter or personally. C. W. GREEN. St. Albans, April 20th, 1803. 'Ji.'l-Gw KN0HI5V Styles of Spring Hats and Caps at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. LC. I.KAA'HXH, Successor to 11. H. How- man, Flour and Grain Merchant. Choice brands of Flour always on hand nt low prices. Si. Albans, May li, 1K0H. 3d tf PAPER and Lineu Cuffs, a largo assortment, at WM. N. SU1TH & CO'S.