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-VJnrtMOjSTT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, AUGUST 19, 1868.
Yorniont Daily Transcript, ST. ALUANrf, VT. : "Wednesday, August 19, lfiGS. Travelers' Guide. A1I1I1V.U, OF PAWKNUr.lt TltAIKS. From the South and Kant, 5,18 a. m., 10,50 a.m 6,25 l. in., 8,00 p. tn. From House's Point ami West, 5,G0 n. in., II, CO a. m.. 715 p. in. l"rom Mnnlrenl, 1145 a. in., 7-10 p.m. urpAiiTUiu: of i-ASHr.soKii tiiainh. For the South and East, C20 a.m., 12 00 m. 8 00 p. in. For llurliugtnn connecting with Lake Hunt 8.45 a.m. For House's Point and Went, 005 a.m. 11 00 a, in. 710 p. in. For Montreal, G 10 a. in., 0 35 p. m. DAILY AltnlVAT. OF HTA11ES AT ST. AI.1UNS. From SwcetHburgh and Franklin, 700 p. m. From lliehford ami Sheldon, GOO p. tn. From Sheldon, 10 00 a. tn. From Dakorslleld, 11 00 a. in. duly liurAirnmt: or ktaoi:h rnot 8T. aliumh. For Franklin and Kwcetsburgh, 7 HO a. tit. For Sheldon and lliehford, 8 30 a. in. For Sheldon, 2 00 p. in. For llakcrsllt Id, 1 00 p. m. Stages call at the several hotels in town. Stage otllcea at thu Tremont House. ci.ostso of i iti: MAILS. Mnils for New York close at 5 00 a. in. and 7 00 p. tn. Mails for Hoston close at 5 n. in. and (100 p.m. Mails for Albanv iimUho West close at 5 00 a.m Malls for Canada close at 5 00 a.m. Southern and Northern way mail close at 5 00 a. in. Strangers' Guide. rrillF Y. M. 0. A. meets every Monday evening JL at their rooms over Wm. N. Smith's Store, Main Street. Champlain Chapter No. 1, It. A. M. meets the third Wednesday evening in each month, at thiir hall in Wheeler's block, Main Street. Columbus Council No. 1, It. .V S. M. meets the second Wednesdav evening in each month, at thir hall in Wheeler's llloek. Franklin Lodge No. 1, F. A A. M., meets the first Wednesday evening in each month at their hall in Union llloek, Mam Street. Englcsbv Lodge No. 81 F. A A. M. meets tho fourth Wednesday ovening in each month, at their hall in Union llloek, Main Street. Crvstal Fountain, Temple of Honor No. I meets ovorv Tuesday evening at their Hull in Ihrncs llloek, Lake Street. St. Albans Lodge No :12, I. O. of (t. T. meets ovorv Friday ovening at their Hall in liarnes llloek, Lake 'Street. Hitting Sun Lodge No. 8 I. O. ol'G. T. meets vverv Saturday evening, at St. Albans Hay. St. John the Haptist lionovoleiit Society (Ca nadian) meets on the first and third Wednesday evening of each month at their hall over K. H. Huntington's Store. To Ait vert lnvvi. --The Yl'ltMONT DAILY TltANS milT has the largest circulation in St. Albans and in Franklin County, of any daily paper, and is on that account, if no other, the best medium for udvertifing. Local Items, Uninteresting mutter, originnl or .se lected, may til ways lie found on tlte first imgc. Ouk Daily. Those wishing to secure conies of our daily naper (ian do so at Merriileld's and linker's bookstores, as well as of carriers, and at the ollice Copies of our weekly paper may also be had at these places. regret to learn that Malaney and Channel, tlte two men scalded by the accidental escape of steam from tlte sup nlv nine of tlte Enirine of tlte River Queen, on Monday,arc in a critical con dition and little hopesare entertained of their recovery. Hemoykd. Mr. G. B. Smith has re moved his hat, cap, and fur store to Mr. Baker's store, Monitor Block, Lake st., where he will be pleased to see his old friends and customers. Rkal Estate Sales. Mr. Marshal Mason has sold three acres of land of North High Street to Mr. John A. Be dard for $1800. Mr. J. W. Hobart has sold to tlte Me thodist Society one-third of an acre of land on the south side of Congress street, the second lot above High Street, as a lot for a new parsonage. The price paid was $550. George McGowan has bought a lot on land on North High Street for $7.00. Axotjiek Runaway. Tito horse at taehed to the Welden House baggage wagon, while standing in front of tho residence of Mr. Samuel Williams on Bank Street, last night, became fright ened and had a "gay old run," as the boys say. Ho had not proceeded far be fore he ran against a tree which cleared him of tho wagon, when ho ran down Bank Street to Main, and turned north ward. He fell in front of Smith and Fester's store, but quickly got on to ills feet again and wont up Main Street with greater speed than before, if possible, as far as the residence of lion. Lawrence Brainerd whose premises ho examined. After which, ho proceeded down Main Street and ran into tlte livery stable of tho Messrs. Fullers. There was no damage done aside from that done to tho wagon which looked a "little tho worse for wear." Some miserable scamp went into tho barn of Russell Parsons of Bennington a few nights since, and leading there from a vnlunblo carriage horse, inflicted upon the breast andneek of tho poor dumb beast twenty-eight gashes with ft knifo and then left tho animal to die. Patuiotic John Bagloy and six sons, of Craftsbury, and vicinity, served in tlte lato war two of them four years and five of them three years, making tweiity-thrco years In all. This is a re markable case of patriotism. AtiU.w Fisiuin's Imported Ayrshire cow dropped a line holier cnlf on the 14th IllHt. RiniiAM) & "Woodstock Railkoai'. Tlte subscribers to tlte stock of tlte Rot und and Woodstock Railroad, agreeable to previous notice, met Monday evening at tlte llanlwcll House, and proceeded to the organization of the company by tlte election of the following gentlemen as Directors : John Cain, Rutland. John R. Page, Rutland. Charles Sheldon, Rutland. Charles Clement, Rutland. J. W. Crantton, Rutland. Roekwood Barrett, Rutland. L. G. Kingsley, Rutland. 1'etcrT. "Wushburn, "Woodstock. Daniel "W. Taylor, Sherburne. At a subsequent meeting of tlte Direc tors Joint Cain was elected President, and Roekwood Barrett Clerk and Treas urer. Tfm I!riiiiliitn Hank itobbery. The Banner contains the following additional particulars of tlte recent rob bery of tlte First National Bank of that village: "In tlte meantime tlte Teller was dis patched to Lillio's Safe "Works, Troy, where the safe was manufactured, to bring up an expert to open the lock ; but before his arrival the next morning, Mr. Cobb had gained an entrance to the out er apartment of tlte safe, only to lind that it had been completely cleaned of all its contents of value save a quantity of Town bonds, which the burglars knew of course to lie valueless to them, and a few stamps, and also found the dial of the inner compartment gone, which convinced hint, and tlte otlicers of the Bank, that that too had been cleaned ol its contents. In this inner apartment were tlte great bulk of bonds on deposit for safe keeping bv the holders amount ing probably to full v $10,000, and our vil lage was tilled with pale and anxious countenances, all dreading tlte moment when the expert should gain an en trance only to lind everything swept away. Many had their all deposited, and 'tlte' feeling which pervaded the en tiro community can be easily imagined, especially when the otlicers of the bank gave it as their opinion from tlte first that all natt been taKon. rney were drawn to this belief from the fact that that lite inner lock was found in pre cisely the same condition as the outer one, &c. All this time tlte Troy expert, Mr. bterling, was hard at woric endeav oring to strike the combination, but at the end of two or three hours gave it up asa hopeless task, and taking up tlte hammer and chisel, he shortly made his way in, when the joyful discovery was made that the inner contents were all safe, the burglars having failed entirely in gaining an entrance thereto, and had probably taken away tho dial to perplex the otlicers of the bank, and so gain time in escaping. A vast burden seemed at once to be rolled oil" the hearts of the community, and where before only pale, anxious countenances were to be met, there were now smiles and mutual con gratulations that the calamity which if the worst had been realized, would have swept away fully $100,000 of the surplus funds of Bennington had been lu a very great degree averted. But as it is the loss is by no means a small one. reaching fully $23,000, and tlte losers have the fullest sympathy of the whole community. AVe subjoin a list of tho losses, as fur nished us by tlte cashier, Mr. Cobb : L. H. Chandler. Honda $1,050 Enos Adams, l,l)UU I.. A. Cobb, Mrs. M. F. Cobb, Wm. Towsloy Jane Sednian, J.DOO 1,100 500 5-20s of 'C7 do Nos 7,013, 7,011 200,80,50 S. L. Oodfrov. " 200 100 50 300 l!)j Edward Kinsley, " No, 21 1,121 E. Paige, " L. 1'. Norton, cash, E. O. Cole, " Ladies Cong. Church Aid Society. 83 70 Hank loss between SD.UUO and $10,000 Tito burglars managed tho affair in a shrewd, sharp manner, leaving not the slightest clue for tho detectives, one of whom was up from Troy on Alonuay. Thev lelt no litter or contusion ol anv kind, not even a stamp or shinplaster on the lloor. Two or three parties pass ing the bank at half-past ten to cloven o'clock, Saturday night, noticed a light, but supposed it was Mr. Cobb, who is vorv often there wrltlinr on his hooks. ami attending to other business, at this lato hour, even. There can be no doubt the burglars were then at work, which shows that they had been "working up" the iob. and calculating their chances. knowing that it would bo regarded as nothing strange to see a light there as late as eleven or twelve o'clock. Subscription papers arc being cireu lated among the citizens and towns people for the purpose of making up to Mr. Cobb and Miss Sodman tho amount of their loss : and we aro glad to say they are being generously ami liberally stinted. No value whatever has been gained to tho burglars, or even in what ulrection they went after leaving tho bank. Ev erythinp; connected in the affair is wrap ped in mystery, though all due ellbrts will be made to secure their detection Concerning Mr. Adams' bonds.it mav be added, they were left at the bank as collateral security, aim it has not ve been sottjod whether Mr. Adams or tho bank is tho loser. Sterling, tho Troy expert, says the ones who committed the bank bunrlarv must have bcn in possession of the lock combination, elso they could never hav irot in. How they got In is the nucstion Of course it was by bringing into play tho Keenest Kino oi rascality. Vermont Historical Society Special Mketino At Rutland 20 AND 21 180S, Aua. PHOaitASiilE Thursday afternoon, 3 o'clock P. M. Tito opening session will bo held at tho vestry of the Congregational church atS'o clock P M, when t; wolconio will be mado In behalf of the citizens of Rut land, which will bo responded to by the Rov. Pliny II. White, President of tho Society. Hon. Hlland Hall of Beit nington will then read an historical pa per. Thursday eveniny, 7 o'clock. Papers will be read as follows: "The Career of lite Notorious Smug gling Boat Black Snake during tlte llm bargoof 1S08," by liUtlierLoonilsDuteh cr of St Albans. "Rutland Forts" by Henry Hall of Rutland. Friday Morniny, 10J o'coe.-. "Fenian ism" by Gen. John Wallcott Phelps of Brattleboro. "Biographical Sketch of Judge Tlieopo lisllarrlngton of Clarendon," by Rev. Pliny II. "White of Coventry. Friday afternoon. '"Life and Services of Hon. Tltaddeus Stevens," by Henry Clark of Rutland. "Tlte True Objects of tlte Vermont Historical Society," by Hon. Hampden Cults of Brattleboro. Papers are also expected from Rev. Dr. Shelton of Carthage Landing, N. Y. ; Rev. J.W.Carhart, D.D, of Mechanics ville N.Y., and Albert!). Hagar.of Proc torsville. Meetings of tlte Society will bo held eacli day for the transaction of business, the reception of donations and the admis sion of members, after the close of tlte public exercises. If other communications which have been solicited are in readiness, this pro gramme may bo somewhat modified; in in which case due notice will be given by the president of the society. By the order of tlte Managers. Gr.oiun: F. HouciiiTON, John B. Paoh, FhancisA. Fisiilh, llKNHY ClAKK, Committee Rutland, Aug 17.1S0S. Persons "from a distance attending this meeting of the Vermont Historical Society will be furniahed with free re turn tickets on application to the record ing secretary. That Jiesofufion. The following is the resolution to which Mr. Atkins alluded in his speech before the Democratic Convention at Fairfield, on Thursday, and for voting against which ho highly complimented Mr. Atwood, at tho same time urging i the Democrats of Franklin County to give him their most cordial support. Tho resolution, it will bo remembered, was introduced in the Senate by Mr. Ilendee, of Lamoille County : Jlcsolvcd By the Senate and HouS of Representatives of the State of Ver mont, That in tlte unhappy conflict of opinion between Congress and the Exe cutive Department of the National Gov ernment in relation to the policy to be pursued in the reconstruction of the States lately in rebellion, we heartily endorse tho action of Congre.-s, and be lieve that its measures need only to be faithfully carried out by tlte executive to secure' an early and satisfactory resto ration of the country to quietness and prosperity on the broad basis of equality and constitutional liberty ; Which was read and adopted on the part of the Senate," The yeas and nays having been de manded by Mr. Baker, they were taken and are as follows : Those Senators who voted in tho af firmative were Messrs. :Vllen, Dewey, Leonard, Anderson, Dyer, Martin, uaicer, uoounuo, urcutt, Barstow, Hard, Prout, Brown, Hendce, Root, Billiard, Henry, Sanborn, Burt, Hill, Simpson, Caniield, Kellogg, Smith, Clapp, Lane, Walker. 28. Dale, " The Senator who voted in tho nega tive is Mr. Atwood." Xcws and Miscellaneous Items. Turbans were much worn in London during tho great heat. Relatives tako tlte greatest liborties, and give tho least assistance. To make a young lady love you teaso her to lovo some one else, There is one good wife in the country. but every man thinks he has her. Marriage is single blessedness coupled; and very badly doubled sometimes Montana exhibits a koUI bar worth in coin .'?24,722,58. California does not produce so many grains ot gold as formerly but much more golden grain. Disraeli's works were sold tent of 100,000 copies by his tho top of the political heap. Yale has now only four to tho ex getting to survivors among the graduates of the last century Some vandal has been defacing the grave or Liofa Montez in Greenwood Cemetery. Uarbadoes is uneasy becauso many members ot tho British garrison aro FoniaitM. The city of Augusta, Georgia, is s:tiil to bo growing rapidly at tho present time. Topioy, tho pedestrian, walked, on Saturday last, eight miles in ono hour and four minutes. Mrs. Lincoln Is at Bedford Springs, Pa., living in strict seclusion. Mr. Burlingamo has gone to pay a visit to his father, who lives twenty miles west of Chicago. An encouraging experiment has re cently been mado in Cincinnati, to burn coal oil instead of wood in tho lire en gines of tho city. Ladles who affect tho indignant when they are kissed, and desire tho treasure to bo put back Immediately, should ho implicitly obeyed. Long Branch has twenty hotels, live miles of bathing shore, twenty-live miles of drives, five thousand guests, and ten thousand arc expected. Men confess everything but their own besotting sins. They stoer quite clear of these. Whoever heard a man say: "Oh, Lord I I am as proud ns Lucifer, humble me;" or "O Lord! I am so mean and stingy that 'tis only witlt great pain that I can unclose my list. Make mcgencrous." Mrs. Gaines' property is estimated at $5,000,000 in gold. Although the Unit ed States Supreme Court lias decided in her favor, she has recovered of this vast estate hut $15,000, consisting of a por tion of the estate of John Slldell, which was surrendered to iter because it had been confiscated. A Now York correspondent of the Chieayo Journal, speaking of Brick Potneroy's new paper, snvs: "Judg ing from his looks, 'Jirick' Is about thirty-seven years of age. Singular as it may seem, he neither smokes, chews, or swears. Ho observed yesterday that there was not an a ttachec in t lie Print ing ofllce of the La Crosse Democrat, front foreman down to devil, who uses tobacco or swears." Referring to tho rumor that Hrlek Pomeroy had ofl'ered $2,000,000 for tlte stock ami good will of the Herald es tablishment, tho La Crosse Democrat says: " Mr. Pomeroy has done no such tiling! In tho first place Mr. Pomeroy is not fool enough to oiler any such sum for the Herald ; and in tho second place Mr. Bonnet would not be likely to re ject an offer of half that sum 'for his newspaper." Mr. Hoey's place at Long Branch, which is but little over a quarter of a mile from tlte Stetson House, contains two hundred and seventy-three acres, and the grounds are as l'inely kept as any in tho country. It is called Holly wood. Mr. Wallack's place has about sixty acres, and bears the unpretending name oi " The nut," given to it by his father, who bought it about twelve years ago. It is not far from the Stet son House. When the Imperial family returns to the Tuilerios, court life there will bo much less brillianttlian in former years. Tlte Emperor Napoleon, is determined to cut down the expenses of his house hold, which, for twelve years past, have annually exceeded, by at least fifteen millions francs, the sum originally ap propriated for that purpose. The Court now owes many millions of francs to all the merchants who furnish goods to it. Caucus. The Republican Voters of the Town of nr. Albans are requested to meet tit Aca demy Hall on Monday, Aiurust 2-1. at 7J o'clock p.m., to nominate a candidate or Town Representative. ii. It. OTTKH A. O. BltAINUUD G. C. NOHLK Town 0111. TO BEAUTIFY AND DRESS THE HAIR, AND RESTORE it to its nat ural color, and impart that beautiful gloss, odor, etc., use Mrs. S. A Alldn's Imphovkd new style) IIaiu Rkstokdk or Dukssino, in one bottle.) Every Druggist sells it. Price One Dollar. A1 DDHKSS TO Till! NKHVOUS AND DN- bilitatcd, whoso snlleriiics havo been nro- tracted front bidden causes, anil whoso cases re- intro pronmt treatniei.t to render oxislenco tie- sirublo : If you are sulieriiiK or have suffered. roni involuntary discharges, what effect does it reduce noon your treneral health ? Do vou feel weak, debilitated, easily tired ; Does a little ex tra exertion produce palpitation of tho heart ? Does your liver, or urinary, organs, or your kid neys, frequently get out of order '! Is your urine sometimes thick, milky, or iloekv, or" is it o m...i i i . UII Dunlin I Ul UUUM il UHL'K SCUlU 1 ISO Oil tho top V Or is a sediment at tho bottom after it as stood aw line .' J Jo you have uncus ot short breathing or dyspepsia V Are your bowels con stipated V Do you havo spells of fainting, or rushes ot moon to the head ; is your memory impaired V Is your mind constantly dwelling up" 011 this subject y Do you feeldnllliutless, mop ing, tired oi company, ol lito I Do you wish to bo lelt alone, to get away from everybody '! i-ioes any nuio iiuug mane you start or jump t Is your Hlecn broken or restless y Is the lustre of your eyo as brilliant 1 Tho bloom on your cheek as bright Do you enjoy yourself m so ciety as well y Do you pursue your business with the samo energy y Do you feel as much conlidenco in yourself y Aro your stiirits dull Mid Hugging, given to tits ot melancholy y If so do not lay it to your liver or dvspopsia. Dave you restless nights y Your back weak, vour nees weak, and havo but liillo appetite, and ou attribute this to dyspepsia or liver-coiu- lnanit I jow, reader, i-clt abue, venereal diseases badly cured, and sexual excesses, aro all cana bio of producing a weakness of the generative organs, rno organs oi generation, when 111 perfect hualth, muko the man. Did you ever thinic that thoso bold, dehaut, energetic, per severing, successful business men are always thoso whoso generative organs aro in perfect health y You never hear such men conmlain of being meiancnoiy, oi nervousness, ot palpita tion of the heart. They aro never afraid they cannot succeed in business ; thoy don't become sad and discouraged ; they aro always polito and pleasant in tho company of ladies, and look you and them right in tho face none of your downcast looks or any other meanness about t iioin. l do not mean those tllllatcd by running to excess, These will uot only ruin their constitutions, but also thoso they do busi lies with or for. How many men. from badly cured diseases. from tho ellecls of self-nbitbo and excesses, havo brought about that state of weakness in thoao organs that has reduced tho general system no much as to induce almost every other disease idiocy, lunacy, paralysis, spinal affections, sui cide, and almost every other form of diseaso which humanity is heir to, and the real cause of tho trouble scarcely over suspected, and havo doctored tor till but tho right one. Diseases of theso organs require tho use of Hiuretic. HKLMHOLP'.S FLUID ICXTllACT DUCHU is the great Diuretiu, and is a certain euro for .disease of the Uladdcr, Kidneys, Gra vol. Dropsy, Organio Weakness. Female Com plaints, tieneral Debility, and all diseases of tho urinary urgans, whether existing in .Male or Female, from whatever cause originating, and i. r 1 1 . .1: no inuiiur ui now long siHuiiiug, If no treatment is submitted to. Consumptioi or Insanity may ensue. Our flesh and blood aro supported from these sources, and tho hoaltl and happiness, and that of Posterity, depends upon prompt, use ot a rename remedy, iiemiboid Extract Huchu. established tin wards of 18 years, prepared by II. T. HKLM HOLD, Drugght, 51)1 New York, and 101 South 10th Street, Philadelphia, l'a. Piuci: -J1.25 per bottle, or (1 bottles tor $0.50, delivered to any address, hold by a 1 urtiggists everywhere. kNoho aro Genuine unless done up in steel engraved wrapper, with fae-similo of lnyCliemi cai vi arenouse, aim signed 220 II, T. IIFL3IU0LD Notice. A NY' ONE having a mnall house within ten XjL minutes walk of the Depot can lind a ten nut by leaving word at tho Express ofllco, St. Albans, Aug. 1H, 1BU8. 8t)d2w CtANOElt, SCIIOFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVElt Complaint. ItheumatUui, Neuralgia, Ac, cured. A Doolc of 100 pages, bent free to inva lids. Address It. GKKKNL, M. D., 10 Temple Place, Uoiton, 9Iui. Notice. T nil E Members of the 1'aglo llaxo Hall Club are JL l eiiuested to meet nt Dewey A Noblo'H ofllco on Wednesday evening, Aug. lilth, at 8 o'clock, l'cr order of Committee, 8M2t Croin. llowen Soc'y. " ALDIS HALL." Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies. mi IK FALL TEH3I will begin WEDNESDAY, L SKl'l'L.MHKH 9th. 18G8. MISS STONE, an nccomntished teacher, will lake charge of the classes in vocal and instru mental tnuic. For tcrins, Ac., address J. W. TAYl.OH, A. M., dw-tf Principal. NOTICE. WIIEltlUS my wife, Mary Hliney, has left luy bed and board without lust cause or provocation, this is to give notice that I hall pay no debts of her contracting after this date. JOHN H1INEY. St. Albans, August 0, 1808. 228-3 w House and Lot for Sale. "TY HF.SIDENCE, corner of Thomas nliS XTL J'.uglnml Streets. The best place for tho price asked, in this citv. Terms easv. O. W. MeGOWAN. Si. Albans, Aug. G, lSOS. 72-12d To Bent. ClOMMEliCIAL ) given Sept., access, and cry ltooms or offices. college nonius; possession 1st. Three ltooms easv of pleasant situation for Club WM. N. SMITH. St. Albans, Aug. 0, 1803. dvoir Twenty-lcc Years Practice lu tho Treatment of Diseases incident to Fe males, has placed Dr. Dow at the head of all the physicians making such practico a specialty, nnd enables mm to guarantee a speedy antl Herman out cure in tho worst cases of Suiiprcssiou and all other Mcnstimil Denwacmeitts, from irtrtf- crcr mum. All letters for advice must contain tl. Ollice. No. U Kiidicott Street. Hoston. N. H. Hoard furnished to those, desiring to ru- lnain under treatment. Hoston, Jnlv, 1803. 2201vrdiw L. f. 1.EAV15.VS, Successor to II. II. How man,! Flour and Grain Merchant. Choico irands of Hour always on hand at low prices. Ht. Albans, .May !, ihiss. au-tr TTILL A SAFFOHD, Attorneys at Law, and XX Solicitor; s in Chancer, Ollice, Lake Street St. Albans Yt. d.r2&w224-tf. M.J. Him., Q.A. S.u-roitn. 1 nfoi r.itu ton. JrNFOll MATTON guaranteed to produce a h L riant growth ot hair upon a bald head t eardless face, also a recipe for tho remova luxu- or a lpo lor the removal of ihnples, blotches, eruptions, etc., on the skin, caving the samo soft, clear, and beautiful, can bo obtained without charge by addressing T1IOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist. (Ki-ly 823 llroadway, New York. ISTotice. ALL Persons indebted to Smith k Foster would do well to call and settle their ac- iiints beloro the 1st day of September 18G8. Owing to a change that is to bo made in the linn it that time, the settlement of accounts now dno would save costs and trouble if paid before that date. itcspcctiuuv, SMITH a FOSTKIt. July 30, 1SC8. P. ST Fo or the next thirty days Goods willlio sold without regard to cost. Call and satisfy yourselves. Smith a Fosrmi. lmd SAVE Y0UE MONEY BY buying the new Patent Plated Spoons and Forks. Warranted to wear ritual to the best Treble Plato at very much less juice. Call and see them at Huntington's, west side Main Street. ,YMj at IJJiECK & WKTIiEtlBKE'S FOR DllESH GUOl'S, DOMESTICS, WOOLENS, SHAWLS, WHITE GOODS, GLOVES, HOSlEltV, l'OOKKT JiNlVHS, NO HONS, xC. ti:.vs, COFFEES. SUOAltS, Rl'ICES, HAISINS, OrtACKKIlS, HltOOMS, KEHOSENvi OIL, SALT, AC, AO, 110-tf VXTAN I'LD. An Agent to make a thorough T T canvass of Franklin County in bnlmlf nf nun urn uim luiiiiuio iuo insurance uompany, The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford Conn. Liberal terms to an activo, onorgot man. Address. N.G.AXTELL, Peru, Clinton Co.,N. Y. uuuci.u .lgcni ior ioriuernriow lone ami Ver- mont. 207-tf ESSEX ACADEMY. rpiIK Fall Term commences Monday, Angus J. 31st Mr. Oscar Atwood, a graduate of tin Yt. Univorsikf, a successful teacher, has beet engaged to tako chargo of the Classical Depart meat. Hoard with the family of Dm Prinnmni or in the villago, and rooms "for self boarding at reasonable rates. ASA KANDKItSON, ... . l'rincinal Lssox, t.. July 10th, 1808. d.twGtn58.w25 BARRE AOADEMY. The Full Term will begin August 27. lor hoard, itooms, Ac, Apply to J.S.KPAULDIXQ, Ilarro July 27, 1803. w-227-lt. FOU SriUNG OYLKCOATS OF ALL KINDS, go to WM. N. SMITH A GO'S. BY TELEGRAPH J'orthc Vermont IVantcripl, LATEST NEWS! FROM PORT AU PRINCE. Assault on Police Offlcors. Two of the Assailants Arrested, DECLINE IN GOLD. New Yoiuc, 10. Additional advices from Port Au Prince,state that the planters have been compelled to sell their coll'eo to Sal n live ngents at a cheap rate. The excesses committed on peaceable inhabitants arc of the most outragous character. Salnavo seems to spurn tho protests of foreign Consuls Avho demand satisfaction for injuries done to the sub- ects of their governments, lie is con templating a breakdown and lligltt to Turk Island which tho Captain of tho Syloan with Salnavcs baggage and fam ily abroad confirms. The revolution sconis to bo triumphant. In Philadelphia last evening some roughs assaulted a lireman on the Wal nut Street Wharf and an ofllcer who went to his assistance was beaten, stab bed in tlte stomach and had his nose bitten oil. Another ofllcer was knocked down and otherwise maltreated, and a third ofllcer drawing a revolver, they attempted to take it from him and in doing so wrenched the barrel oil' tho stock. The party then escaped. Early yesterday morning ofllcer Crit tenden was assaulted by a gang of row dies at tho corner of Prince and Mercer Streets, and on his being reinforced a sharp light ensued. The policemen drove their opponents who were led by 3 members of the Allen family into the Street toward the house where they opened upon the offlcors witli a revolver fire. "Between 30 or 40 shots were fired between the parties, but no one is known to havo been seriously hurt. AVesley Allen, and "Win. Scott, two of tho assailants were carried off to the sta tion house and released on bail during the day. Allen took a solemn oath up on leaving the court, that ho would kill Crittenden. Three laborers were killed and Iwolvo wounded by a collision of cars between Galena and Council Hill. Illinois, .yes terday. Gold, 14-5. NEW CLOTHING ! NEW STYLES!! -AND NEW PRICES!! The uiidcrsimied would respectfully inform the public that they have bought out Mr. Geo. W. Hlodgeefs CLOTHING STORE Whero thoy will bo glad to show their now and eompleto stock of goods. Consisting of NEW STYLES OF CLOTHING! OF.NTS FUltNISHIXQ GOODS. HATS, CAPS, HOOTS AND SHOES, ltUUltEH COATS, AC. AC. 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