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ST. ALBANS, VT, SATURDAY, AXJG-TJST 1S6S. NO. 87. Vol. I. Vermont Daily Transcript, PUBLISH HI) EACH KVtlNlXCl. njlJcn in Harm'' Jlloch; f.nkv St., St. Albans, 17. WllilJUU P. DAVIS. I'ltoP'U. YVlMUMt Al.MOXT V. Davis, PtUtorat TERMS ! l'or year, In advance, 8,00 Six tnontliM, in advance. 4,00 Thrco mouths, in advance, 2.00 One month, In advance 7ii Ailvortixonn iilM should 1o handed in an early as the Hi' ti lling of the day of their intended pub lleation. Grant no Solilicr. Onoof tho spuul'i'in at (ho last Dotno- : emtio lneotiimin ew 1 ork mild, "Ui ho luul time ho would show that Oram was no soldier." We wonder why tho meeting did not vote on the pot to give him the time. It is evidently one of the ureal objects of the democratic press in this political campaign to undermine (.Jen. Grant's military reputation, and a speaker who only wanted a little time to taice tins wont on us nanus, ougiu 10 have been allowed to show what he could do, to say the least. In default of this, however, the party organs are toil ing away in their vain eiioit to snow that Grant took .Richmond, captured Lee and crushed the rebellion only af ter a needless sacrifice of life. As a mat tor of opinion, that is well enough, where the motive is good ; but as a mat ter of fact, the country knows this: Five commanders McClellan, Pope, lUirn sido, Hooker and Meade undertook to do i ust what Grant afterward achieved. but did not succeed. Their losses were 1211,118; of which 10,1-15 were killed, 811,008 wounded, and -14,100 missing. From the time Grant took command in Virginia till the close of the war the hwseri sustained hv his forces wore in tho aggregate 100,501, of which l.'i.OOl were killed, (!(i,-151! wounded, and 122.0S8 missing. It will be seen, therelore. that Grant's losses, while hewing his way to iinal victory and the complete overthrow of the rebellion, were not near so heavy as those incurred by tho failures of his predecessors. Now it is easy to say that lie ought to have accomplished the same work at a less sacrilioe and there were always democratic editors who thought they could teach Grant the rudiments of military skill -but what the mass of considerate people have to look at in a matter of this kind, is the lesson of ex perience. They see Grant succeeded wlinr.i nvnrvlwwlv nlsn luul fnileil ; that his success actually cost the country less than tho others' failure ; and that his reputation and the gratitude of the country are not to be alleeted, at this late (lay, by scribblers whose military judgment is as worthless as their parti san motives are low and reckless. Ax litox Mountain in "Wkst Viu- oinia. The J'lttslnirgh uazctte says: "We are informed by lion. D. D. T. l'anenswortli, State Senator from Up shur county, West Virginia, Unit an iron mountain exists in the upper por tion of that country, of greater extent and purity than any known body in the world, not excepting the famous mountain of Missouri ; and that under this vast'body of iron there is a vein of coal, measuring on the face, where the Buchanan river cuts through, twenty five feet in thickness, lie described this ore to be so pure that a blacksmith took a piece and forged a horseshoe from it. This deposit is up the west branch of the Monongahela river, and can bo reached from this city by a railway not exceeding one hundred and iifty miles in length." Nature was thoughtful in her arragement of coal and iron. Gen erally whenever she laid down a stra tum of iron ore she accompanied it with a stratum of coal to smelt it. Till' Loitu's Hand. The Now York Sun tells a good one of (Jov. English's friends who rather gloomily pondered at Stamford the night before the Con necticut election. While thus depress ed an Eineralder come up to him, and divining the doubt that worried his mind, said: " Arrah, Mislher Doolan, don't be onaisy ; we're shuro to bate them anyhow." Don't be too sure, Tom," replied Doolan; "If we beat it will be by tho skin of our teetli and hard work." " We must bate 'cm Mr. Doolan; wo can't help it." How is that, Tom V" asked Doolan. Don't yo see tlie Lord is on our side, man alive?" explained Tom. How do you niako that out'."' said Doolan. "An' shuro an' I'll tell you ; didn't forty-seven voters die in Sthamford last year, and only six of tliim were Democrats'.' Shuro the Lord's hand was in thnt as plain as the wart on yer nose," IT OUGHTON'S OYSTEH HOUSE - llASUMl'.NT- BARNES' BLOCK I.AKB STOUT. .ST. ALIIANS. Chesapeake & Baltimore Oysters AT WIIOI.USAI.K AND 11UT.MI.. This brand of oysters is tho largest ami llnest in tho market. Hotels, Private Parties, and Fes tivals, furnished at insido prices. los DISSOLUTION Tho copartnership hereto fore existing under tho name of Wvinan h Huntington is by mutual conenl this day ill xolvtil. All accounts with said lirm uiu'bt bo settled immediately. Either partner is author ized to receipt for the same. OHAltLES WYMAN, E. H. HUNTINGTON. St. Alpans, Eeb. 10th, 18C8. Tho watch and jowelry business in all it bran ches will be continued, with promptness, and in a woikmanlike manner as heretofore, by CHAltLES WYMAN. a3tf rpiUCOT Sacks at VM . N. SMITH A CO'S. PAPElt and Linen Cull's, a largo assortment, at YM. N. SU1TII & CO'S. MMMBBMMIMMMBMMMBMi--M------------------'M-----M . WtV - -gy??- - r--i-.-nr rtr i-nmni jdEm. ; '1868 Ogdensbuig;li to the West. Northern Transportation Company The only Through Daily Lino between Ogdensburgh and Chicago I J , . And Intermediate Port. Only Six Days Through With" out unangc oi jsoai. This well known and reliable Company, will, during the present Season, inn then- Lino o: llrst el ass Upper Cabin Steamers daily, butweei: Ogdensburgh, Oswego, Cleveland, Toledo, De troit, Chicago, Milwaukee, and lntrrinodiaU ports, leaving Ogdensburgh on arrival of Ex press train from the East. PASSENGERS AND FAMILIES Moving West, .-an embarl; with their luggage, Teams, Stock .ve., 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. These Steamers have large. Cabins and State ltooms, amply and neatly fur niAhed, for flr.-t class Passengers and Families, who may wish to timiixh their own provisions. No efforts will be spared to maintain the reputa tion of this, as the CUE A I' EST AN J) 11 EST ROUTE! A thorough lebnilding, relltting, repairing and leiurnished, with several new boats added to the line, makes this now the most comforta ble, pleasant and expeditious route to the great West, lie sure and see tho Agents of this lino before Mm buv vour tickets. Trusty men will alwavs meet passengers at the depot in Ogdens burgh to take checks and re-check Baggngo. Ask for tickets via NORTHERN TRANSPOR TAION CO'S STEAMERS ! The onl; Daily American Lino leaving burgh. Ogdcns- We will make it the interest of every tracller to see tho Agents of the line before purchasing elsewhere. Through tickets over all the Wes tern ltailroad Lines can be obtained on applica tion to GEO. W. SMITH. olVice, col ner Ford and Patterson Sts., opposito.Iohnson House, Ogdens burgh, N. Y. One hundred pounds oi baggage free to each passenger. BAG G AGE CHECKED THROUGH To all points, l'or through tickets and other information, apply to G. A, EDDY. OHice Steamers Landing, Ogdensburgh, N. Y. Geo. W. Smith, General Ticket Agent. 11, (1. Goodno. Passenger Agent. 212-tf EVERT Ti:sini:s admiration. To ho admired, thev 17 m ust possess Beauty and Intelligence. Most every one has intelligenci i nd ALL CAN BE BEAUTIFUL By using the FAIMHA.V I.OTJAX, the latest and most wonderful of all tho cosmetics. By its use all moths and freckles are removed, tho skin becomes clean and transparent and tho cheek roseate with tho hue of youth. The Paphian Lotion can be found at THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE I And also a most complete assortment of all toi let aiticles. Tho now and fragrant Plot- tic .Mn j o, and tho delicious wood Violil. and all other choice and fragrant perfumes. HAIR DRESSINGS AND DYES : Puff ami Powder Boxes, Colognes, Toilet Soaps, Teeth washes and Powders. Brushes: such as Hair, Teeth, Nail, Infant. e., Ac. Call and see the beautiful necessities and lux uries for the toilet even if you do not wish to buy JUST RECEIVED s full a btoek of mire Urusj as can he found in the State of Vermont, together with ltesinoids, lluul Extracts, and all articles required in a Physicians or domestic practice. Warranted pure and of first quality. This store will be un dersold by none in St. Albans. Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Supporters, Ac., and every thing kept in a well regulated Drug Store. S. R. DAY, AGENT. St. Albans. Vt. June. 1808. dl-tf VICTOR MWOOD wiioixsau: and ur.TAii. iir.Ai.iat in IRON, STEEL, GLASS, NAILS, OIL, PAINTS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS SEEDS, MEG II A XI OS TOO LS, SHELF I IA HI) WARE AND CARRIAGE MAKERS STOCK. BARNES' BLOCK, LAKE ST St. Albans, May 14, 18C8. d3-tf Pliruiiix .Mutual Life Insurance Co., OF HARTFORD, CONN. A favorablo opportunity is presented to ener getic and reliable business men who can devoto their entire timo to tho business, to represent this old, staunch, and most successful Life Com pany, in unoccupied territory in tho Stato of Vermont. Tho many popular features peculiar to tho Phtvnix Mutual, and the great advantages it oilers to tho insuring public its freedom from restrictions on travel and occupation its non forfeitable policies- -its liberal premium system tho economy of the niamig incut, audits largo annual dividends, render it tlie most pvouiamo Conu any to Agents desirous of realizing a hanil- boiiio competency by their enterprise and oner- By. Apply to O. L. BAUCOOK, Stato Agent Plicenix Mutual Life Ins. Co. dO-tf Union Block, ltutland. Vt. clothing store -ON- LAK13 STREET MORTON & PERCY! Having bought of 0. W. Ulodgctt his now nnd entire stock of CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, JfATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES Feel satislled'in saying to the public that they can sell goods as low as can ho bought in Frank lin County. All wo ask is to have customers coine in, and satisfy themselves, before pur chasing elsewhere. We have, and are receiving, all the new styles from market, consisting of READY MADE CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, LINl'N AND PAPElt (OLLLAHS Of endless arieties. and a largo and well selected Stock of Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats and Boots, Which wo will sell low for cash. We have the largest a-isortinent of i HATS AND CAPS 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 OVElt SACKS, SPUING SUITS, BLACK SUITS, LIGHT COLOltED PANTS AND VESTS. LINEN VESTS. CUFS, AND BUTTONS. T1UCOT SUITS, FANCY CASSlMEHE PANTS AND VESTS, E1NEN PANTS, TIES, Boys' and Youths' Clothing. Wo have a few Winter Over Coats left, that wo will sell at a big discount from cost, for cash, ltcmeinber the place, Two doors West of the American House, Lake Street. MOitTON A PEltOY. Hknuy G. Morton. Auir.ier N. Pep.cy. ld-tf Formerly with Win. N. Smith A Co New Auction, Commission, EETAIL STOEE STREET. IHE Undersigned has opened nn auction and commission more I N I) It I S 0 0 L L ' S N E W ISu t C K , ON LAKE STREET. Where may be found a largo Stock of Goods of all descritioas Such as Prints, Delaines, Crockery Plated Goods, Glass ware, Ac, which will bo sold 20 per cent, lower than at other establishments in town. Table Linens, Counter Panes and Diaper Wiro all purchased at Stewart's in New York. Auction sales every Tuesday and Saturday evenings. All kinds of household goods will he bought, or taken for sale on commission. H0BEUT KINGSLEY. JnlylS. oldAwtf Eliliu II, Huntington, succusson TO A. MUNTAN. i SKS attention to the following partial list of XX articles, which I will sell at the lowest rates tor cash. AMERICAN WATCHES. Howard, Tremoi t, Millrose, and all tho differ ent grades of Waltham, National, and Unit oil 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 j Swiss. Tho latest and best patterns of Gold, natcd ami Mivcr unains, l'liio unuiaud Plated Jowelry of all descriptions. A splendid assortment of Ladies' FINE GOXD SETS, Etruscan, Coral, Garnet, Ac., Ae. Gentlemelis' Pius, Masonic Pins and Kings. Diamond, Emerald, ltuby, Amethyste. Pearl and Garnet Finger ltings, 18 Kt. Plain Kings, Gold Bracelets, Sliver i Plated Spoons and Forks, i Etrn and Treble Plate. Teasels Castors, Cake Baskets, Vases, e., Ae. Coin Silver Spoons, Thimbles, Ae, A very largo btnek of Gold and Steel Spectacles, every piir bold warranted to suit. Pocket Knives, Shears and Scissors of the 1st quality. Fishing Tackle. I shall receive from day to day now styles of I Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, sell at tho lowest market rates. Watch repairing and en which I will , engraving done j promptly. Kl-II. FULTON MARKET, S I". C. (! A I ..I, A It. Proprietor. Lhavo recently relltted my market, which is supplied with the best of Mt-uti. I'l.li. l'rt--, it ml Sutivugii, Dried mill Smokril llicf. AND ALL T; title Delicacies of (he Season Now on hand, a nice lot of SUGAR CURED HAMS TP 13 S I I V I S I I HALllJUT, MAUKEUEL, COD, CUSP and HADDOCK. r.d-tf St. Albans, May 13, 1803. WARD fic BURNES, Dealers in alll kinds of Gr KOCEEIES LAKE ST., ST. ALIJANS, First door above tho St. Albans House, keeu constantly on hand a full assortment of Consisting of Flour, Meal, Provender, Shorts, And I'd Of all kinds; Pork, Fish, Hams, Sugar, Teas, Lard, fresh Butter 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 WAHD A BUBNES. THE ST. ALBANS BRIGADE BAND Are pioparod to furnish music for FIRKMEN and MILITARY PARADES, PICNICS,. EXCURSIONS, DANCES, And on other occasions where Band and String Music is reipiired. Orders addressed to GEORGE E. KINSLEY, W . H . SMITH, At the Treniont Douse, will receive prompt at tention. d-I-tf HAT AND CAP STOEE, SOUTH MAIN STREET The undersigned keeps eoiintantly on Laud a full supply of HATS, CAPS, FURS, GLOVES AND MITTENS, UMBRELLAS, GENTS COLLARS, And an assortment of Gent's Furnishing goods in his line of trado eipial to any in stylo and ex :elleneo of goods, and at reasonable prices. He has every thing in tho hat lino, from com mon straw to tho last stylo of silk hat, and can suit all. O. B. SMITH. St. Albans, Vt. May 12. 18C3. 1-d-th 10,000 KOLLS PAPER !Z ASJIJ EKTGS Of different patterns. OIL SHADES, CUltTAIN 1TXTUBES, COIID AND TASSELS. Also, FUKNITUEE Of all kinds, just received, at II. LIVINGSTON A SONS. ld-tf NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT, ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868, -AN EXrilA - iFOUR-HORtSE COACH j Will run from St. Albans to Sheldon, as fol lows : Leave St. Albans every day at 2 o'clock p. m. Arrive at Sheldon at 4 o clock p. m. Lcavo Sheldon at 8 o'clock a.m. Arrivo at St. Albans at 10 o clock a. m. II. .IENNISON. Proiirietor. St, Albans. May 23th, 1803. U5-tr &0 TO WM. N. SMITH & CO'S for Gray, Patent Moulded Collar, 10METHING NEAT AND NEW I IT ST. ALBATSTS. Tin; Driii; Store on Lake Street, -KK1T 11Y GREEJETE 6c CTICZXOKS. The undersigned having nicely lilted u;i tho store in the American House Block, on Laku St., and stocked it with a choice assortment of DItUGS AND MED1GTXEK ! ltespeettully solicit a share of tho patronage of tins community, leeling sure tliat tney can give satistactiou in consists of goods and prices. Our stock DItUGS, GUI ;mioals, PATENT MEDICINES. PEHFUMRltY, TOILET AKTCLES, DYES, AC, DUll STOCK OF FilTBMT MEDICINES, Is complete, consisting m all the approved va rieties, and our general stock includes all goods usnallj kept in a stoio ot tins nnd. Headquar ters for the A. B- A. BITTERS, One of the best Spring Medicines in the mar ket. Physicians orders solicited, and carefully ami promptly filled. In quality and price we guarantee to' satisfy all who favor us with their patronage. Store open on Sundays at noon, for supplying necessary medicines. DR. NICHOLS Is a practiciui; Physician in regular standing, and will attend to all professional calls. Bo- membor the place, under tho American House, Lake Street, St. Albans. lll-tl Ulll'.l'ii V ftlUllUliB, M'GOWAN & BROWN SADDLERY, OA RRIA GE, AND BUILDING HARDWARE, We have tho largest and best assorted stock of goods of every description, in tho above lino, to be found in tlie State. As agents for the largest Belting l actones, wo Keep a supply or LEA TITER BEL TIN G Of all sizes on hand. Wo offer a full and coin pleto assortment of Carriaqc. and HaniUM Malvnt SuiJiiluiti, And are constantly receiving consignments ot a superior articlo of Oak and Hemlock Harness Leather. Patent Collar and Bused, Grain and Split Skirting and Winker, Hard and soft Dash, Ennanielcd Uil Top and G R A IN B O O T L E A TITER. -CARPETING AND OIL CLOTH, Which we offer, at a low cash figure. McGOWAN A BltOWN, J. i iioi'liiNdiiAM m'oowan, ) St. Albans, Vt, cKonou w. iiuow.n. t dl-tf TVSUIiACE.The undersigned will take JL risks for either of tho following first clue: Insuranco Companies: Home Insurance Company OF NEW' HAVEN Capital Stock. SI, OOO.OOO. International of New YorUi CAPITAL, $1,000,000. Fire and Marine of Springlleld. Capital Hitoelc, 8500,000. National Insurance Company, Boston, CAPITA! $300,00 0 1 ! Insuro against Fire and Mariuo Itisks. Not ex ceeding f 30,ouu on any ono itisic. Each of tho above amounts of Stock paid in. M. BUCK, Agent, Office over 'Weeks' store, St. Albans, Vt. JJov. 1st, lar.G. 14-tf. YKUMOXT CKNTItAIi AND HULLIVAN BAILllOADS. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. UommoncinR July 23, 1808. T11A1NS OOlNIl SOUTH AND KAST Leave St. Albans at 0.20 843 a.m.. 12.00 noon. and t.i)() n. m. Mail Train leaves Itousu's To'iit at 4:10 a. m.. receives passengers from Ogdensburgh It. 11., ami connects at winto ltiver Junction anil uel lows Falls with trains foi Boston, Worcester, Springfield, and with trains on Fassumpalc B. It., anives at New York at 10.45 p. m. Steamboat train leaves St. Albans at 8,45, a. m., connecting at lSurlingtnn with steamers for Lake Geoige, Saratoga, .Ve. John's n't iq:oo a. m., ogrtourimrchnts-aoa'.'m.; Itouso s Point at 10:45 a. in., for Boston, Ac, ar Kay i-.xpress loaves Montreal at b;ui a. m., St. riving in lioston, via. Low-on at lu::iop. m. Night Express leaves Otrdensbnrtrh at 1.00 p. in., Montreal at :1::I0 p. m., House's Point at G.35 p. m., St. Johns at 5:(I0 p. m,, arriving at lioston at 8.40 a. in., connecting at Bellows Falls with Cheshire ltoad for Boston and Worcester and with Vermont Valley ltailroad for Springfield, Ac., and ai rivinjj in New-York at 12.30 p. m. TltAINH C.OINO NOllTH AND WKST. j.eave m. Aiiians lor inontrcai at ts:u a. in., and (!::i3p. m. For House's Point, Ogdensburgh and tho West at C:03 and 11:00 a. in., and 7.10 p. in. , Day Express leaves Boston via. Lowell 8.00 a m. lor Burlington, St. Albans, Montreal. Ac. arriving at Montreal at 10:00 p. in., Ogdensburgh ai d:.u a. m. Mail Train leaves Boston via Lowell, at 7:03 a. in., via Lawrence and Fitchhurg at 7.30 a.m., Springfield at 7:45 a. m for Burlington, and St. Albans. ru. iviuibiin. The trains leaving Boston via. Fitchhurg at 7:30 a. m.. and Springfield at 7:13 a. in., connect at White Itivcr Junction with the Day Express iraiu. Accommodation Train leaves Northfleld at 7:15 a. in., for Burliuuton. ltutland. St. Albans. House's Point, Ogendeshitrgh, Ac. Miglit r.xpress leaves Bellows Falls at 10.00 p, m.. receiviinr imssencera from Vermont Vallev ltailroad, leaving New York at 12.15 p. in., Mid from Cheshire ltailroad, leaving Boston at 5:30 p. m., connecting at White ltiver Junction with train leaving Boston at 5:00 p. m., for Burling ton, Itotiso's Point, Montreal and Oirdenshurirh. connecting with steamers andGrand Tronk Trains for thoWest. Sleeping cars are attached to both the nighl Express trains riiiniine; between St. Albans an(' Boston, and St. Albans and Springlleld. Through tickets for Chicago and tho NVest tot sale at the principal stations. U. JIEIIIIILL, Sup. St. Allans. May 23. 1803. ji UTIiAXl) AND UimiilNGTON AND VT. 'ALLEY BAILltOAD. On and after Dec. 2d, 18G7, trains will rut as follows, viz : 1IOV1NO SOUTH AND KAST. Leave Burlington at 8:30 a. m., 1:35 p. m. 3:36 0;45 p. m. Arrive at ltutland at 11:23 a. ni.,4:lf p. m. 8:00 a. in. 12.50 a. m. x-eavo ltutland at -1:00 a. m., 12:00 m. Arrivn Bellows Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 p. m., A 3:25 a. m. Leave Bellows Falls at 7.50 a. m., 2:25 p. m. 3:30 a m. Arrivo at Brattlehoro' at 8:50 a. m., 3:20 p. m., 1:27 4. m. MOVING NOltTH AND WEST. Leave Brattlehoro' at 11:00 . in., 4:45 A 9:00 p. m. Arrivo at Hollows Falls at 12:00 . in., and 10 and 0:55 p. in. Leave Bellows Falls at 12.33 p. m.. 5:45 v. in. 10.00 p. in. Arrivo at ltutland at 3:10 p. m., 9:00 p. m. 12:35 a. m. iioavo iiuuaitd at u.uu a. in., 1.2U p. in.. 3.20 p. m. 1:30 a. ni. Arrivo at Burlington at 9:45 a, m., 4:25 p. in., and 0.15 p. in. 4.15 a. m.- TUAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS : D'- At Burlington with Boats on Lake Chn.ni- plain and Vermont Central and Vermont and Canada Bailroads, for Montpclicr, St. Albans. House s romt, .Montreal, Ugdensburgli, nnd the West. At ltutland with trains for Troy, Albany and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady, and tho West. At Bellows Falls with trains on Cheshire ltailroad for Fitchhurirh, Worcester. Lowell, and Boston. "A'ith Vt. Valloy ltailroad. for Brattlehoro', Springlleld, Hartford, Now Ha ven, and New York and with Sullivan ltailroad for Windsor, Whito ltiver Junction, AVclls Itivcr, I St. Johnsbury, Newport, Littleton, and tho V'l.i M...,lo ,u 11 1111V .lllU.lllt.llllO. Passengers lor tho West will find this a cheat). pleasant, and expeditious route. ion riuiiJYiB, anu an necessary lniormatlon. enquire at tno unices on tho line. W-tf. UfcU. A. JllSllllILL. supt. JTOUTIIKItN ltAIIiUOAO. WINTER AKItAWlEMEM r 1884-5. On and after Monday. Nov. 14. 1804. Passoncer Trains will run as follows : VPWAHD TllAINH. Day Express Train leaves Concord a' 0.35 ft. in., lor White ltiver Junction, connecting with trains for Montpclicr, Burlington, House's Point. Montreal, Ac., and with Ogdensburgh and Grniul Trunk Bailroads, for the West. Mail Train leaves Concord at "10.45 a. in., iui Wliltn 11 iv.ii- .linti'l win f'rimim.l i n i u'ifli irnln fn. Wells lfivor, St, Johnsbury, Barton, Newport, Willoughhy and Magog Lukes, Stnnatoad, Bath, .Liimcioii, aim Lancaster; uiso, witii trains jor Montpclier, Burlington, St. Albans, House's Point, Montrela, Ogdensburgh, and tho West. Bristol Train leaves Concord at 3.30 p. m., fc Franklin and Bristol. Evening Express Train leaves Concord at H,lf p. in., for White ltiver Junction, connecting will, trains for Montpclier, Burlington, St. Albaun, House's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, and the West. Or on arrival of trains from Boston,iVorcoBter, Portsmouth, Portland. A-c. DOW.NWAltD TII.UN8, Morning Exnrcss Train loaves White ltlvei Junction lor Concord at 1.13 a. in., or on arrival of train from Ogdensburgh and Montreal. Oi) .Mondays at li.p instead or 1.1 ti. Jjristoi Tram leaves isnstoi lor uonconi m a. m., and Franklin at 0.12 a. m. Mail Train leaves Whito ltiver Junction for Concord at 12.15 p. m., or on arrival of trains over tho Vermont Central, Passuiupsie, and White Mountains Bailroads. Dav Express Traill leaves White ltiver Junc tion at 4.58 p. m., or on arrival of trains from Montreal and Ogdensburgh, Brattlehoro', Keciie, Bellows Falls, Windsor, A:c., connecting at Con cord with train for Manchester. Nashua, Lowell and Boston. These trains connect at Concord with trains for Manchester. Lawrenco, Portsmouth, Port land, Nashua, Worcester, New York, Lowell, ant' Boston. ONSLOW STEABNS, Agent. Concord. M. 11. Nov. iu. ihih. w-tr. G. B. SMITH, ltetail Dealer in. HATS, CAPS, & FURS; Buffalo and Fancy Sleigh llobcs, Fur Overcoats, Ladies' Dress Furs, Fur and Buck Gloves Mittens, Valises, Umbrellas, Trav eling Bags, Trunks, Ae., Ac. South Muin Street, St. Albans, Vt. CASH 107-tf PAID FOR SHIPPING FURS. GILBERT B. SMITH. PANTS and Vest, all kinds, at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.