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Vol. I. ST. ALBANS, VT, WEDNESDAY, ATJG-UST 19, 1S6S. NO. S4-. Vermont Daily Transcript, Pl'llLISHKD EACH nVlIKINd. Ojjlcv in llnrwn' ltorh; .i.c St., St. Albans, VI. WILUUlt 1'. DAVIS. I'kop'u. Wii.iiuu P. Davis, y(ulorfl Almost Haiinim, )J'ait0- tkums : Per year, in advance, 8,00 Six muntlis, in advance 4,00 Tlnoo months, in advanci, 2.00 Ono muntli, in advanco 7."i Advertisements should bo handed in us early as the nun iiihg (if tlio day of their intended pub lication. The Cattle Disease. Mr. M. E. IMclumlsoit who was up jmintcd by the Chicago Pork Packing Association to accompany Prof. Oaingci' in Iuh tour of inspection anioiiK the (lis cased cattle in Illinois, ha made a re port to that body, in which he comca to the conclusion, Ural, that the malady is not an infectious disease, but n form of poisioning due to native cattle eating oil lands polluted by droves of Texas cattle; that no system of medical treat ment can be relied on or conveniently ap plied ; that prevention consists In the Reparation and isolation of native from Texas cattle which should bo kept by themselves in proper inclosurea ; that the winter trade in Texan cattle can go on without the least danger to native stock; and that in all probability, even in summer, under judicious treatment, Texan steers can be cleaned of the pois on which infects them. Prof, tiamgee concurred in these views, and said there could be no doubt that a simple fence would prevent the spread of the disease, It was ills opinion thai crowding, ill treatment or neglect of cattle in their transportation had much to do with the spread of the malady. The same was not contagious. It (lid not spread far and wide, yet it had features like a plague. When proper treatment was shown cattle there waH little danger of the disease spreading. The tick com mon among Texan cattle was blamed for propagating the disease to some ex tent. Such was a false idea. The pois on in cattle indicted with this plague was vegetable and not mineral, as was generally supposed, and was therefore (lillicult to be traced. Some Texan cat tle shipped to Illinois and other North ern Stales had not communicated the disease. It is reported that the farmers of Cham paign county, Illinois, have lost $20,000 worth of stock, nearly all their cattle having died. 1868, isS2 11868. Ogdensburgh to the West. Northern Transportation (Jiniijxiiir The only Through Daily Lino between Ogdensburgh and Chicago ! J (And Inlcniiediato Ports. Only Six Days Through With" out Change of Boat. This well known and reliable Company, will, during tho present Season, run their Lino o: first class Upper Cabin Steamers daily, betweoi: Ogdensburgh, Oswego, Cleveland, Toicdo, De troit, Chicago, Milwaukoo, and Intermediate ......... 1. .... l l : i . i- ii-uwuK vjui'iinifui gii um armai oi .ex press train from tho East. PASSENGERS AND FAMILIES Moving West, .'an embark witli their luggage. Teams, Stock .vc, and land together without disturbance or transhipment, at their port ol destination, thus avoiding the great inconven ience of the many changes, delays and expen ses, of other routes. Thobo Steamers have large Cabins and State ltooins, amply and neatly fur nished, for llrst clabs Passengers and Families, who may wish to furnish their own provisions. No efforts will be spared to maintain tho reputa tion of this, as the CHEAPEST AND BEST HO UTEl A thorough rebuilding, refitting, repairing and refurnished, with several now boats added to tho line, makes this now tho most comforta ble, pleasant and expeditious routo to tho great West. He suro and see tho Agents of this lino beforo you buy your tickets. Trusty men will always meet passengers at tho depot in Ogdens burgh to take checks and re-check Haggage. Ask for tickets via NO 11 THERN TRANSPORTAION CO'SSTEAMERS! Tho only Daily American Lino leaving Ogdens- uurgn. Wo will make it tho interest of every traveller to see tho Agents of the lino beforo purchasing eisewnerc. Through nckeis over all tlio Wes tern ltailroad Lines can bo obtained on applica tion to GEO. W. SMITH, ofUeo, corner Ford and rattorsonsis., opposite. loiinson House, ogdens burgn, is. l. uno hundred poumls ot baggago free to each passenger. 11 AO GAGE CHECKED THE QUO II To all points. For through tickets and other intormation. apply to (,. A. EDDY Oflieo Steamers Lauding, Ogdensburgh, N. Y. Geo. W. Smith, General Ticket Agent. II, G. uoouuo, l-usscnger Agcn;. aia-ti Farm for Sale. THE subscriber oilers for sale his farm lying in Wostford, in tlio County of Chittenden, containing two hundred and twentv-llvo acres. Buildings all now. Location on a good road ono niilo from tho village ; near bcliool and church, well fenced -running water to tlio houbo and barns an abundance of fruit. Two good sugar orchards : all the Farmimr. Dairy and Sugar tools. Also, with or without slock on tho farm. Tho above farm will keep forty cows and team through tho year. For further particulars juquuu ui wiu siiuaexiuei on uiu prcuilbcs. JOSEPH 11. CHASE. Westford, Juno 22d, 18(18. 223wtf, ANTS and Vest, all kinds, at WM.N.SMITH ACO'S. n.0 TO WM. N. SMITH A GO'S for Gray r OTO WM. K. SMITH A CO'S for tho Bemis patent auapo collar. Oil) I Ml A(S('Ui'. BY recent enactments of Congress, all Sol dicrs who have nerved three yearn and have received but 1100 bounty from the United States, or who, having eiilistcdfor three vears, were dis charged in consequence of wounds, utid the wid ow, children, or parents of any soldier w ho en listed foi three vears, jinder a promise of only f Kill bonntv, and who died ill the service, are en tilled to an additional bounty of ONE HUN DHKDDOLLAHS I Ali invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or foot, or have incurred disability equivalent to tho loss of hand nr foot, are entitled to a largo Increase of pension. All pensioned widows of soldiers or sailors aro entitled to an bcrcased pension of two dollars per month for each child under sixteen years ol age. Claims of Hie above nature, and for arrears ot pay, officers' extra pav, for horses lost in tho U. S, hurt ice. commutation of rations of prisoners of war and prize money, will be promptly prose ciited by application bv letter, enclosing ill chat kc from service, wifl be attended to and the necessarv papers returned to plicaiil for sig natures, c. E. A. SOWI.ES, Ofllec over the First Nutiouul Haul;, St. AlbahH, Aug. 17th.l8(i0. l'J.'.-tf EVERY LADY T) Kxtiius admiration. To be aduiiied, tliev must possess Heautv and lnte.ligeneo. Most ovcry one has intelligence, and ALL OAN BE BEAUTirUL By using tho I'AIMUAN LOT1AV, the latest and most wonderful of nil the cosmetics. l!y its ue all moths and freckles are removed, the skin becomes clean and transparent, and the cheek roseate with the hue of youth. The Paphian Lotion can be found at THE PEOPLE'S DRUGSTORE! And also a most complete assortment of all toi let articles. The new and fragrant l'lnr lr and the delicious wood Vlolit. and all other choice and fragrant perfumes. HAIR DRESSINGS AND DVES : Pillfand Powder Boxes, Colognes, Toilet Soaps, Teeth washes and Powders, llrushcs: such as Hair, Teeth, Nail, Infant, Ac, Ac. Call and see the beautiful necessities and lux uries for tho toilet even if you do not wish to buy JUST RECEIVED As full a stock of pure Oruss as can be found in the State of Vermont, together with Hesinoids, Fluid Extracts, and all articles required in a Physicians or domestic practice. Warranted pure and of first quality. This store will bo un dersold by noiio in St. Albans. Trusses, Shoulder Uraces, Supporters, Ac., and every thing kept in a well regulated Drug Store. S. R. DAY, AGENT. A. St. Albans. Vt. June. 1808. dl-tf Pliujnix .Mutual Life Insurance Co,, OF llAltTFOKD, CONN. A favorable opportunity is presented to ener getic and reliable business men who can devote their entiro timo to the business, to represent this old. staunch, and most successful Lite Com pany, in unoccupied territory in the Stale of Vermont. The many popular features peculiar to the Phicnix Mutual, and the great advantages it oilers to tlieinhuring public its freedom from restrictions on travel and occupation -its non forfeitable policies- -its liberal premium system the economy of tho manag incut, audits" largo annual dividends, render it the most profitable Coin) any to Agents desirous of realizing a hand biimo competency bv their enterprise and ener gy. Apply to C. L. BABCOOK, State Agent Plurnix Mutual Life Ins. Co. dO-tf Union Hlock, ltutland, Vt. VICTOR ATWOOD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL UUALIUl IN 111 ON, STEEL, GLASS, NAILS, OIL, PAINTS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS SEEDS, MECHANICS TOOLS, SHELF HARD WARE AND CARRIAGE MAKERS STOCK. BARNES' BLOCK, LAKE ST St. Albans, May 14, 1803. d3-tf CROCKERY ! CROCKERY ! I have just received a largo lot of iirst and second quality of Stone and China Ware, coni' prising two iNow ana Elegant l'.ittcrns caucu "Gen. Grant" Patterns. Also a largo stock of Cutlery, Glass and Stono Ware, which I oiler for sale eiieai). rieaso call ami sue beforo purcnas ing elsowlioro. At tho old Farrar Block, ono door north of George II. Farrar's. 1'. U. H1UKMSK St. Allans. Oct 21th. 18(10. iaC-tf INSUUAXCK.Tho undersigned will tako risks for either of tho following first class insurance Companies: Home Insurance Company OF NEW HAVEN Capital Stock, 81,000,000. International of New Yorld CAPITAL, tl,000,000. Fire and Marine oi' Springfield. Capital Stoolc, $()(),()()(). National Insurance Company, Boston, CAPITAL $300,000! Iuburo against Firo and Mariuo llisks. Not ex ceeding 130,000 on any ono ltisk. Each of tho above amounts of Stock paid in. M. 11UCK, Agent, Ofllco over Weeks' store, St. Albans, Vt. Nov. lust, 18C0. 14-tf. CLOTHING STORE -ON- LAKE STREET. MORTON & PERCY! Having bought of O. V. Blodgatt his now and entire stock of CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES , Feel satisfied in saying to tho public that they can sell goods as low as call bo nought in Frank lin County. All we ask is to have customers come in, and satisfy themselves, beforo pur- I chasing elsewhere, Wo have, and aro receiving, till the new styles from marUet, consisting ot i READY MADE CLOTHING, FU11NISHING GOODS, LINEN AND PAPEK COLLLAHH Of endless varieties, and a largo and well selected Stock ot Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats and Boots, Which we will sell low for cash. Wo have the largest assortment of HATS AND OAFS To be found in Northern Vermont. If you don't believe it, call and see for yourselves. Our Clothing is New and Desirable, consisting of SPUING SPUING SUITS, 11LACK SUITS, LIGHT COLOKKD PANTS AND VESTS, LINEN VESTS, CUFhS, AND UUTTONS. OVElt SACKS, TUICOT SUITS, FANCV CASSIMEME PANTS AND VESTS, LINEN PANTS. TIES, Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Wo have a few Winter Over Coats left, that we will sell at a big discount from cost, for cash. Hemeinbcr tho place, Two doors West of the American House, Lake Street. MOItTON & PEHCY. IIi:niiy G. Mohton. Auikut N. l'mtcy. ld-tf Formerly witli Win. N. Smith A Co New Auction, Commission, AND RETAIL STORE STREET. ON LAKE rpiIE Undersigned has opened an auction and m commission htore DRIHCOLL'S NEW lli,()CK ON LAKE STREET. Where may bo found a large Stock of Goods or all (lescritions Such as Prints, Delaines, Crockery Plated Goods, Glass ware, Ac, winch will bo soul all per cent, lower than at other establishments in town. Tablo Linens, Counter Panes and Diaper Vt ire all purchased at htowart s in Iow lone. Auction sales every Tuesday and Saturday evenings. All kinds of household goods will be bought, or taken tor sale on commission. UOBEltT KINGSLEY. Julyl5. 51 dAwtf THE ST. ALBANS BRIGADE BAND Are prepared to furnish music for FIREMEN and MILITARY PARADES, PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, DANCES And on other occasions where Hand and String Music is required. Orders addressed to ' GEORGE E. KINSLEY, on to W . H . SMITH, At tho Trcniont House, will receive prompt at leiiuou. ui-u ASAKEL S. HYDE, DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF First Class Groceries ! DAItllOW BLOCK, ST. ALUANS, VT. Consisting in part of Flour, PorJ;, Fish, Sugar, Teas, l d-c, Ac. ' K 'flTniV KlvlnM nfRnrinrr TTkIm on.l r.u nt n Alt N. S3UTU A CO S. ! T IUCOT Sacka ut WM. N. SM1XU & CO'S. FULTON MARKET, i K. C. G ALLAH, Proprietor. I " have recently refitted my market, which is supplied witli the best of I Mvntu, Tripe, ami SlltlKUgl'H, Drlnl unit SmoUt .l Hi if. AND ALL I Tnl)l Delicacies of the Season Now on hand, a nico lot of SUGAR CURED HAMS F R E S II 1 1 S II HAL1HUT, MACKEHEL, COD, CUSP- and HADDOCK. cd-tr St. Albans, May 15, 18GS. WARD c BURKES, Dealers in alii kinds of GROCERIES LAKE ST., ST. AL1JANS, First door above the St. Albans House, koop constantly on hand a full assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES: Consisting of Flour, Meal, rrovender, Shorts, And Feed Of all kinds; Pork, Fish, Hams, Sugar, Teas, Lard, fresh lint tor And all sorts of articles usually kept in business of their kind. Highest cash price paid for all kinds of country Produce. GIVE US A CALL. dl-tf WA11D A HUltNES. Eliliu II, Huntington, sUCCi:SSOU TO A. II. JIUNYAN, ASKS attention to tho following paitial list of articles, which I will sell at the lowest rates for cash. AMERICAN WATCHES. Howard, Tremoi't, Millrose, and all tho diner- out grades oi waltuam, .National, and unit ed States Co's Watches. A largo assort ment of Gold and Silver American Cases, of the best styles. Also, Gold and Silver Swiss Watches. Ladies' Gold Hunting Watches, American and Swiss. Tho latest and best patterns ot uold, Plated and Silver Chains, Fino Gold and Plated Jewelry of all descriptions. A splendid assortment of Ladies' FINE GOLD SETS, Ktruscan, Coral, Garnet, Ac, Ac. Gentlemens' Pius, Masonic rms and Kings. .Diamond, Emerald, ltuby, Amethystc. Pearl and Garnet Finger ltings, 18 Kt. Plain ltings, Gold llracelets, Silver Plated Spoons and Forks, Extra and Treble Plate. Tea sets. Castors, Cako Baskets, Vases, Ac., Ac. Coin Silver Spoons, Thimbles, ive. A very largo stoeic ol Gold and Steel Spectacles, every pair sold warranted to suit. Pocket Knives, Shears and Scissors of tho 1st quality. Fishing Tackle. I shall receive from day to day new stylos of Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, which I will sell at the lowest market rates. air Watch repairing and engraving done promptly. ld-tf. 10,000 ROLLS PAPER HANGINGS Of different patterns. OIL SHADES, CUKTAIN FIXTURES, COitD AND TASSELS Also, FURNITURE Of all kinds, just received, at II. LIVINGSTON A SONS. ld-tf NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868, AX KXTltA IFOUR-HORSE 00A0H Will run from St, Albans to Sheldon, as fol low s : Loavo Kt. Albans every day at 2 o'clock p rrivo at Sheldon ut 1 o'clock p. m. 1 Alll Lcavo Sheldon at 8 o'clock a.m. Arrive at St Albans at 10 o'clock a. m. H. JENN1S0N. Proprietor. St. Albans. May 23th, 1808. ilG-tf S 10MET1I1NO NEAT AND NEW! IN ST. ALBANS. The Drug Store on Luke Street, Ki:tT I1Y- GREENE & NICHOLS. The undersigned lia ing nicely lilted up tlio store in tlio American House lilock, on Lake St., and stocked it with a choice assortment of DRUGS AND MEDICINES ! Itesiiectfullv solicit a share of the natronauo of this community, feeling sure that they can give satisfaction in goods and prices. Our stock consists of DllUOS, CHKM1CALS, PATENT MUDICINEH. PEltFUMEUY, TOILET AKTCLIOS, DVES, AC. OUll STOCK OF PATENT MEDICINES, Is complete, consisting in all the unproved va rieties, and our general stock includes all goods usually Kept ill a store ot this inuil, llcadquar tors lor the A. B- A. BITTERS, One of tho best Spring Medicines in tlio mar ket. Physicians orders solicited, and carefully and promptly lined, in duality and pneo wo guarantee to satisfy all who favor us with their patronage. Store open on Sundays at noon, for supplvin necessary medicines. TIL. NICHOLS Is a practicing Physician in regular standing, and will attend to all professional calls, lte- meinbur the place, under tho American House, jai;o htreet, ht. Aloans. dl-tl lilUJiN AMCUULS M'GOWAN & BROWN SADDLERY, CARRIAGE, BUILDING HARDWARE Wo have the largest and best assorted stock of goods of every description, in the above line, to be found in the State. Ah agents for the largest isening l actones, we Keep a supply ol LEATHER BELTIlsG Of all bizes on hand. Wo oiler a full and com pleto assortment of Carriage and Ilarnens Makers' Supplier nd are constantly receiving consignments of superior article ot Oak and Hemlock Harness Leather, i'atent collar and itnsBot, urain and Split Skirting and Winker, Hard and soft Dash Ennaineled Oil Top and G R A IN ROOT LEA T II ER ALSO CARPETING AND OIL CLOTH, Which wo oiler at a low cash llguro. McGOWAN A BllOWN, j. rnoriiiNoiiAM m oowan, I ht. Albans, vt. (ii:oiuiu w. nuow.v. dl-tf NEW IiADIES STORE Onposito Store of Saxo A Place in building formerly occupied by S. S. A J. A. liodard. La dies will find hero a complete and choice assort ment of Fancy i'ry goods tust received iroin market, such as Laces, Fringes all colors, Edgings, Insertions. Muslins, Lawns, Collars, Cufts Veils, Fans, a rich lot. Valencienes and Thread Lace Collars. A nico lino of French Cambrics and Fancy Lawns. Anew mil uiove winch surpasses any thine vet brought into this market, and tear ranted. All of which will ho bold at reasonable prices. Ladies will find it to their advantage to call and examine ior themselves. Dress and Cloak making in all its varieties under the skillful supervision of Miss Elleii Mporo, long and favorably known to tho inhabi tants of this village and vicinity. Agent for WILCOX A aillU'S-Sowing Machines. 1-d-tb L. P. KiMi'TO.v. VHItMOXT tlKiVl'It AT. AN1 SULLIVAN tllTtllM tKl SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Comnionclna July 23, 1808. TltAINS OOISO SOt'TlI AN I: KART Leave St. Albiins nlfi.2nRirm.in.. 12.00 lmnn. anil S:(n p. m. Mall Traill leaves House's Pivot nt. l!l(li. in.. receives passengers from Ogdensburgh It. 11., and connects at White ltivor Junction and Del lows Falls with trains for Boston, W'orcester, Springfield, and with trains on PasHUinpsic 11, It., anives at New York at 10.15 p. m. Steamboat train leaves St. Albans at 8,4r, a, in., connecting at Burlington with steamers for Lake (looigo, Saratoga, Ac. j.xpiess leaves .uouiroai tl n;inn, in,, i, Johns at 10:00 a. 111.. OirdeiiHlnirirli nl B'110 n. in.. House's Point at 10:15 a. in., for lioston, Ac, ar riving in lioston, via. Lowell at 10:H0 p. in. Night Express leaves Ogdensburgh at 1.00 p. in., Montreal at :i::;o p. in., House's Point at fl.35 p. in., St. Johns at 5:00 p. m., arriving at lioston at 8. 10 a. in., connecting at liellows Falls with Cheshire lload for lioston and Worcester and with Vermont Valley ltailroad forSprlnglleld, Ac, and airivini: in NewYork at 12.30 p. m. THAI.NS OOINO JCOKTIt AND WEST. l.eavo St. Albans for Montreal nt (5:1(1 n. and 0:115 1). in. For House's Point. Ofdniixliiii-i'h and tlio West nt 0:05 and 11:00 a. m.. and 7.10 in. Day Express leaves lioston via. Lowell 8.00 a . for llurliiigton. St. Albans. Montreal, .vc. arriving at .Montreal at 10:00 p. m., Ogdensburgh Mail Train leaves Doston via Lowell, at 7:03 m., via Lawrence and Fitchburi.' at 7.iin n.m.. Springfield at 7:15 a. in., for Hurliiiuton. nmi St. Albans. " ' 1 he trains leaving lioston via. Fitchbni-L' nt :.K) a. in., and Springfield at 7:15 a. m.. connect at White Hiver Junction witli tho Day E 1iresM train. Accommodation Train leaves Northlleld nt 7:15 a. m., for llurliiigton, Hutland, St. Albans, House's Point, Ogendesburgh, ,Vc. iMgut express leaves ijenows tails at 10.00 p, .. ruceivinir passcnircrs from Vorinmit. Vnlli.v llidlVinil liinv.m. V..... V....1- .1 lO IK .. from Cheshire ltailroad, leaving Boston at 5:30 p. m., connecting at Nhito Jtiver Junction with train nil leaving Boston at 5:00 p. in., forBurling l, House's Point, .Montreal and Ogdensburgh, ion, connecting with steaniei'd aiiduraiid Trunk Trains for thoWest. Slcepuur ears aro attached to Imtli Mm in, .1,1 Kxpress trains runnintr between St. AUihhh nt,t Boston, and St. Albans and Springfield. Tlirough liciiets for Chicago and tho West fei sale at tho principal stations. , , r u. JIE11HILL, Sup. SI. Albans. May 2:1. 1808. TQUTl.AKI) AM) HUllLlxVG'J'O.V iVM) VT jlx va: LLEY HAILHOAD. On and after Dec. 2d. 1807. train will vm as follows, viz : MOVINO SOUTH AND T.AST. Leave lluilington at 8:00 a. in.. 1:05 p. m. :i::ifl 0:15 p. in. Arrive at Hutland at 11:25 n. m.. l;1(f m. 8:00 a. m. 12.50 a. m. Leave Hutland at 1:00 a. in.. 12:00 in. An-ivn liellows Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 p.m.. A 0:25 a. Leave liellows Falls at 7.50 a. m.. 2:25 n. in. :00 a in. Arrive at lirallloboro' at 8:50 a.m.. 20 p. m 4:27 a. m. MOV1NO NORTH AND WEST. Lcavo lirattleboro' at 11:00 n. m., 1:15 A 0:00 p. i. Arrivo at liellows Falls at 12:00 i. in., and :10 and 9:55 p. m. Leave Bellows Falls at 12.115 p. m.. 5:15 u. in. 10.00 p. m. Arrivo at Hutland at 3:10 p. m 0:00 p. m. 12:115 a. m. Leave ltutland at 0.00 a. in., 1.20 p. in., 3.20 m. 1:30 a. m. Arrivo at Burlington at 0:15 a. in., i:'A) p. m., and (1.15 p. m. 4.15 a. m. THAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS: ITS' At BurliiiL'ton witli Boats on Lake Cham- plain and Vermont Central and Vermont and Canada Hailroads, for Montpelier, St. Albans, lloiibo s Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, and tho West. At Hutland with trains for Troy, Albany and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady, and the West. At Beliows Falls with trains on Cheshire ltailroad for Fitchburgh, Worcester, Lowell, and Boston. With Vt. Valley ltailroad, for lirattleboro', Springfield, Hartford, New Ha ven, ana iow lone aim with auuivan Jlailroad for Windsor, White Hiver Junction, Wells Hiver, St. Johnsbury, Nowport, Littleton, and tho White Mountains. Pussengers for tho West will find this a cheap. pleasant, and expeditious route. FOH TICKETS, and all necessary information, enipiirc at tlio Olllces on tho lino. w-tt. UliO. A. MEHKILL, Supt. j-OUTIIKIl.V ItAILIlOAD. WINTER ARKAM UKMEN T 1804-5. On and after Monday. Nov. 14, 1801, Passenger Trains will run us follows : Ul'WAllD THAINS. Day Express Train leaves Concord at 9.35 a. in., lor White Jliver Junction, connecting with trains for Montpelier, Burlington, House's Point. Montreal, Ac, and witli Ogdensburgh and Clraiid Trunk itailrouds, lor tho West. Mail Train leaves Concord at 10.45 a. in., for White Hiver Junction, connecting with train for wells Hiver, ht. Jonubbury, Uarton, Newport, Willoughby and Magog Lakes, Stanstead, llath, Littleton, and Lancaster; also, witli trams for Montpelier, Burlington, St. Albans, House's Point, Montrela, Ogdensburgh, and tho West. Bristol Train leaves Concord at 0.30 p. m., for Franklin and Bristol. Evening Express Tram leaves Concord at 8. If i, in., for White Hiver Junction, connecting with rains for Montpelier. Bui'luiL'ton. St. Albans. House's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, and the West. Or on arrival of trains from Boston. Worcester. Portsmouth, Portland, Ac. UOWNW'Altl) THAINS. Morning Express Tram leaves White Hivct Junction for Concord at 1.15 a. m., or on arrival of train from Ogdensburgh and Montreal. On Mondays at (j.lia instead of LIS. Jiristol Tram leaves Jinstol lor Concord at 8 a. m., and I'raukhn at'J.l'J a. ui. Mail Train leaves AVhito Hiver Junction for Concord at 12.15 p. m., or on arrival of trains over tho Vermont Central, Passuuipsic, and White Mountains Hailroads. Day Express Train leaves Whito Hiver Junc tion at 1.58 p. m., or on arrival of trains from Montreal and Ogdensburgh, lirattleboro', Keene, liellows Falls, Windsor, Ac, connecting at Con cord witli train for Manchester. Nashua, Lowell and Boston. Those trains connect at Concord with trains for Manchester, Lawrence, Portsmouth, Port land, Nashua, Worcester, New York, Lowell, and Boston. ONSLOW STE.VHNS, Agont. Concord. K. H. Nov. 10. 1804. w-tf. HAT AND CAP ST0EE, SOUTH MAIN STREET Tho undersigned keeps eoiintantly on hand a full supply of HATS, CAPS, FURS, GLO VES AND MITTENS, UMBRELLAS, GENT'S COLLARS, And an assortment of Gent's Furnishing goods in his line of trade eipial to any in stylo and ex:elleuco of goods, and ut reasonable prices. Ho has every thing in tho hut line, from com mon straw to the lust stylo of silk hat, and can suit all. G. B. SMITH. St. Albans, Vt. May 12, 1808. 1-d-tb