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VERMONT XXAILV TRANSCRIPT, SEPT3M.13J.-i 1, 1868.
Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALBANS. VT. : Tuisday, SKPTUsmr.n 1, 1808. Travelers' Guide. AimiVAh or i-Assmor.it thains. From the South and East, 5,13 a. m., 10.50 .m C,'25 p. in., 8,00 p. m. , ,, From Rotiso's l'oint Mid "est, 5,50 a. m., II, CO a.m.. 745 p. tn. From Montreal, 11 15 a. in., 7 10 p.m. Utl'AUTUIlK OV l'ASSF.NOUH TllAIXB. For tho South and East, 020, 8 tt a. m., 12 01) m.,H00p. in. , ,.,. For lliirllnglon connecting with Lake Uoata fl.13 a.m. . . . For Rouse's Point and West, tlO.i a.m. 1100 a. in. 0:3) p. in. For Montreal, 0 10 a. m., 0 35 p. m. DAILY AltlllVAL Or HTAUE9 AT 8T. AI.UANH. From Rwcotsburgh and Franklin, 700 p. tn. From nichford and Shuldon, 500 p. in. From Sheldon, 10 00 a. in. From ISakcrufleld, 11 00 a. m. o.ui.v pni-Airri'iiii of staoks viiom sr. A1.1IANH. For Franklin and Sweotsbnrgh, 7 80 a. m. For Sheldon and Richford, 8 30 a. in. For Sheldon, 2 00 p. in. For l)akerslli Id, 1 CO p. m. Stages call at thu several hotels in town. Stage ofllces ai tho Treniont House. CI.OSISO or 1HK MAILS. MbIIb lor Kew Yoik closo at 5 00 a. m. and 7 00 '''.MailH for lloHton close at 5 a. m. and fl:10 p.m. iMailH for Albanv and the West close at 3 00 a.m Mails or Canada close at o mi a.m. Southern and Northern way mail close at 5 00 a. in. Starring Affray. Last night while Knjrlne Co. No. 2 wore IiiPcrtini; their Miction hoe Into the well nenr John Dallcy'H house upon Foundry Street, for tho purpose of extinqulshinj; the lire ignited ninoiiRst the ruins of tho Into Gas Manufacturing cgtubliahment, Mr. Dailcy rushed from his house nnd stubbed u llroiniin by tlio niunc of John C. Moss. The only cause aligned for this outrage was the appropriation of tho water. Mr. Mosb immediately It Is a glorious occupation, vivifying J fUidHolf-HUHtainlne; In Its nature, toHtrug-, lo with iffiioranco, and uncover 10 uio i imuriiur minus ofliie miiphi'm uie eieur rulean blue of heavenly truth. L'le 111! ce It in to labor, and to labor only, that man owes everything poHes.ed of uu chanucable value. Labor iwthc tnllmniin that has raised him from the condition of the savage ; that has changed the desert and the forest Into cultivated Holds ; that has covered the earth with cities and the ocean with ships; tluiMinq von uh nleiitv. comfort, and cry, nun Coming Again ! ! Seventh Visit! (tROCEEIES,!immense success i Dealers in nl 11 kind of ! ! proceeded home, where he received the j elegance, Instead of want, into attention of Dr. Branch who found his j barbarism. Strangers' Guide. milH V. M. C. A. meets every Monday evening at their rooms over Win. N. Smith's Store, Main Street. .... Chatnplnin Chapter No. 1, lt. A. M. meets the third Wednesdav evening in each month, at their hall in Wlieuler'H block, Main Street. Columbus Council No. 1, lt. A S. M. meets the Kccond Wednesday evening in each month, nt their hall in Wheeler's lllock. Franklin Lodge No. 4, r. A A. iu., meois uio first Wednesday evening in each month at their hall in Union lilock, Main Street. Englesbv Lodge No. 81 F. A A. M. meets tin fourth We'dnesdav evening in each month, at their hall in Union lllock, Main Street. Crystal Fountain, Temple of Honor No. 1 meets every Tuesday evening at their Hall in lJ'irnes lllock, Lako Street. St. Albans Lodge No 32, I. O. of G. T. meets every Friday evening at their Hall in Unities lllock, Lako Street. Rising Sun Lodgo No. 8 I. O. of O. T. meets everv Saturday evening, at St. Albans Hay. St. John the Uaptist benevolent Society (Ca nadian) meets on tho first and third Wednesday evening of each month at their hall over L. 11. Huntington's Store. To Ail vi-rl iMrm.--Tho Vr.llMONT Daii.y TllANS fiiii't has tho largest circulation in St. Albans and in Franklin County, of any daily paper, and is on that account, if no other, the beat medium lor advertising. wounds not dangerous ; and we are hap-. py to state ho is doing finely. If it had not been for the prompt appearance of j the police upon the scene of action, , vengenco of the fiercest nature would, i wefear,Jowing to the exasperation of tho i firemen and crowd assembled, overtaic- en the perpetrator of this rash act. . -- Fim:. Our town was last night visit ed by two more tires, which, although, not of a very destructive character are yet nevertheless warnings to our citi zens. The first alarm was Riven nbout 10 o'clock, and the fire was found to be In thepoiith end of tho Railroad yard In a pile of cedar posts, which had taken from a locomotive, but was easily put out with water taken from the tender. Our Fire Engines -were both out. The second alarm was given about 3 o'clock this morniiu:. and the remains old gas Iioiho wore found to bo on fire ; ( orobablv the work of an incendiary. j RothFiro Engines were at the scene of the firo immediately. No, 2 got the first water on the fire, which was soon subdued. LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, First door above tho St. Albans House, keep coiist.'intlv on hand a full assortinnt of FAMiaSr GROCERIES: NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ELECTION I LCOK OUT FOR SPLIT TICKETS ! ! A BATCH OF TRUTH'S I ! ! Wl- would respectfully call the attention of the public, to our new and well selected assoit ment of Fall and Winter Clothing just received. Comprising Fall and Winter Over-Coattt of all the dilVercnt St lea, also lilack and llluo Tricot Suits, lilack CaHtor do., Drown Meltons do., Silk Mixd. and Fancy Casr. do. Got up in tho latest stile. Pants and vsts m new and desir able luttcrns. Also a largo assortment tit Hats, and t'aps, adapted lor Fall and Vtintir use. i Wo also liao a lnryo assignment ot Gents' ! Furnishing Goods, comprising Under Shirts I and Drawers, Plain and Fancy Flannel Over I Shirts, iluek Gloves, Neckties, Paper Cobars of the and overv thing comprising a First Class 1-tirnista- ing Store. Also a largo assortment oi ran unii Winter liouts, which wo oiler at pricos that can not bu beat m Franl.hu County. Give us a call and satisfy yourselves. Gonds shown with plca-mrc. Remember tho place. MUltTON A PKC. Lako Street, Ameiiean House lllock. dwtt-U5. Consisting of Flour, Mi-af, Provender, Shorts iiul . Feed FAIR AND FESTIVAL. Local Items. tg"Interesting matter, original or se lected, may always be found on the first page. - Oun Daily. Those wishing to secure copies of our dally paper can do so at Merrlfleld'u and Baker's bookstores, as well as of carriers, anil at the office. Copies of our weekly paper may also be had at these places. - - -- Buttkb Market. But Httlc was done In butter to-day on account of the Elections Prices for choice butter ran ged from 38 to 40 cents and 514 tubs were shipped. Cattli: fou Maiikkt. The Wood stock Standard says : There seems to be a large number of ea'tlo going South to market these days, three large droves having passed through town within a week. The last, a fine drove, which passed Tuesday morning, is owned by Daniel Landon, of Stowc. "When he left home he had 300 head, but before reaching this place he sold GO of the number. He takeB his cattle to Con necticut for a market, that is, if they are not all disposed of before he gets there. - . - - The Oakes Ames. The Free Press . . i s i i savs mat tne new sicamer, lhikch suuvx commenced her regular business trips, , with freiirht and baggage cars on board, and ample accomodations for passengers, i this morning, tone runs in connection with the through tram from Jlutland to : Ogdensburgh and Montreal, which j leaves Here at u:'J a. m., aim rcturnum, , leaves rlattsburgh immediately! on llio arrival oi uie tram mmi Mohti-mI nnd Oirilonsbunrh. and arrives , linm AtihM i.M.. iii time to connect with i the 2:45 train soutli over the Rutland road. The steamer will touch, till fur ther notice, at PortKcutaml Port Jack son, both going and coming, thus af- fordintr a convenient Terry between this side of' the Lake and those two points. T M1K YOUNG will hold a LADIES of St. Luke's Church FAIR AND FESTIVAL At the Friil ay o'clock. residence of 11. 1!. Evening, Sept. 4th, Sowlos. Lsii., on commencing at 5 dilt-Oi. ATTENTION ! ! Pork, Of all kinds; Fish, Hams, Sugar, Teas, Lard. fresh lluttcr And all sorts of articles usually kept in business of their kind. Highest cash price paid for all kinds of country Produce. A, D, ORABTREE, M, D, THE SANATORIA!!, "VrriLL Make his Seventh visit to St. Albans, WEDNESDAY, THUIISDAY and l'HIDAi, BY TELEGRAPH 'or the Vtrniotii TVntiicrijif, LATEST NEWS I Later from China. The Capture of Yeddo, From Mexico. ltlehford. Tuesday and A a. West Berkshire GIVE US A OAIili. u-tr WA11D A 1IUUNF.S. THE ST. ALHANS BRIGADE BAND Are prepared to furnish music for FIREMEN and MILITARY PARADES, PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, DANCES, And on oilier occasions where Hand and filing Music is required. Orders addresaed to GEORGE E. KINSLEY, on to W . H . SMITH At tho Tromont House, will receive teution. prompt at- tll-tt Sept. H, 10 and 11 vH'uncHiiav. hem. i Thursday, Sept. 3, F.nosburgh Falls, 1-tidavami Saturday 4 ft, .Sheldon, Monday and i'lu-a. ilav Sept. 7 A H. llaKHsnoltl, Haluruay iz, i;nni bri'dno Uoro. 14 A 15. Johnson. 15. Hydepark 17 Tno Doctor s last visit here was mari.ttl ny a crjatcr number of patient than formerly. All the iuners acreo that ho is the most successful, and tho only traveling doctor that can month alter month anil year alter year, visu tno name nlaees. New cures aro continually done by his treatment, which aro useless to puoiisn as no in id well known. Thu Mayor of veritenues eerti- lies that Dr. Crabtret- cured him last Spring of a verv bail eougli, llronchial catarrh, a i.uy (reference uMien lo ladies.) of prolapsus .ve o 'lit vears I airs. .11. Call Jiarntt, oniiirgeti i.ivor and Dropsv: Miss s. J. Norman reach un Fits, l! years. Cases of rickets. St. Vitus Dance Liver and Throat dincat-cs, ono of tumors of neck '2 1-3 inches round, Ac, Ac, in this vicinity Diseases told at sight. All Consultations si Medicines and advieo on Chronic Cases from 1 toll months costs from t 0 to 130. Dr. C'8 great experience) enables him to prescribe for lliosi eases Willi imtmi. I'iiunn iiiuuiiin mitnu Pat enta can call at anv hour. See Sikuh am i-ard. direct to his rooms. Patients unable to call visited at homo by special agreement. Thin is tho Doctor's last viiit for many mouths, he lias long neglected patients elsewhere. N. N. II. LAHNAHD O- We propose to fight it out on this I for the next SEVENTEEN YEARS! ine EVERT LADY admiration. To he admired, they possess Beauty and Intelligence. me has intelligence, and Fkttival. Tho young ladies of St. Luke's Church will hold a Fair and Festival at tho residence of H. 13. Sowles, Esq., on the evening of the 4th Instant, as elsewhero announced. With their usual tact and talent in such matters, we doubt not that the management will be such as to secure to all attending very pleasent enjoyment, and to the finance committee a handsome sum to augment the fund for the building of a rectory. Gather your eolcniosynary serin, younc men. and ko like a lamb to the festival. Tirr. Cash of the Pottkiib. A hear Ini? was hold on Friday before unier Justice Pierpoint, in the case of Charles Vnttor iinti wile, lieiu lo uan iu oo.uuu mii-li fnr hnvimr btinrlara tools in their nntmoaHioii. Mr. iicnrv Jiauarii. counsel for respondents made application for re- A ,i. nt ioll ..-l.iol, MtotoH AttoniftV XA- llllUtlvll ut uu m nw.. ' if.titrloativ ntmniotl on the nart of tlie State. The Judge denied the applica tion, remarking that masmucn as oy tho lawsof the State the crime for which the prisoners aro held for trial is punish ed by tho ponalty of a fino not to exceed $10,000 and imprisonment in tho States nrisnn not exccedinc iwcntu years, while for commiting burglary the high est penalty is a line ol only $i,uuu or im t for fifteen vears. he consid cred that the bail of $5,000, as now iixed was not excessive. 'limes. No ''(.this bul Unconditional Surrender! We Hinke Ptace by a vigorous prosecution of THE WAR!! A CENTS WANTF.D in every Town, to canvass. Employment for Gentlemen or Ladies. Individual, Town, County or Slate Hights for sale. Letters Patent uoio granted us August IS, for :i now device for eatchiiiL' Hies, by which any lady can rid her htmso of those nests, as readily t . . ... L 1 1.... 11' .. .... us sue can mist ner iiarjoi. o bhj -ni war according to the rules of civilized nations, csortiug to no Poisons, Sticking Plaster, or Chemical combinations, but, like " Crocket s 'coon,'' they come down. o live by action not words! Gentlemen or Ladies, Tin US. We nreseut von the best field and inducements fi r cunvassing to bo found in tho United States. Communications addressed to us win rccenc prompt attention 'i)3-4ieod St. Albans, Vt. Notice. NY ONK having a Rinall house within ton minutes walk of the Depot can tind a ten ant bv leaving word at tho Express ofiice. ,.l . It . ... 1M..O LMI.IO... til. Aioans, .ug. in, iouo. To Rent. CtOMMEltClAL J given Sept., access, and very ltooms or offices. College llooins : possession 1st. Three ltooms easy of pleasant situation for Club Tesiiu:h XJ must Jlost oei v ALL CAN BE BEATJTirUli I'APIIIAN XAYVWS. the latest and most wonderful of all tho cosmetics. By its hum nil imiMiu unci freckleH are removed, the skill becomes clean and transparent, and tho check roseato with the hue of youth. Tho Paphian Lotion can be found at THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE I And also a most complete, assortment of all toi li.l nrtinlf-M. The new and flat-rant Flnr tie Jim-D. nnd tlui del cioils wooil Vlolel, and all other choice and fragrant perfumes. HAIR DRESSINGS AND DYES I'ntv ami Powder Hoxes. ColoL'iicfl. Toilet Soaps, Teeth washes and Powders, lirusnes: bucii as Hair, Teeth, Nail, liiiant, Ac, At f'.ill nnd seo the beautiful necessities and lux uries for the toilet even if you do not wish to buy JUST nEOBIVED As full a stock of pnro Iriij; as can bo found m tin, st att! of Vermont. tOL-et nor with itesuioius, Fluid Extracts, and nil articles reipureu in a Phvsicians or domestie practice Warranted miro and ol llrst quality, xius storo win no un- deruold by none in St. Albans. Trusses, .Shoulder llr.ices, Supporters, Ac, A., anil every ining Kept m n wen legumieti Drug Store. Morton it Percy's, m so CD CO err CD CD THJ! PIVOT ACTION BRACE ! A superior Suspender for Skirts or Pants 1 An unetpialed brace for tho Shoulders. Alwnya a .Suspeudor. A brace or not at pleasure. It simplicity, durability, case and conveuienco comiuenii it to every Lady, Gentleman, or Yoath. Examine lor vourseir, and oe eonvincoii mat nu herein stated is true. Prices. 75 cents, 1 CO, f 1 25. f 1 50. Id-tf Nl!W Youk, Sept. 1. Letters from China state that gold and silver mines have boon discovered in the neighborhood of the open Port of Clicfoo. Some excitement had been occanioned thereby, and about ten thousand China men had gone to work there. Tho new coal mines in tho north aro till closed to foreigners, and tho Amer ican Minister's nrrival Is anxiously looked for, in tiie hope that ho would prevail on tho authorities to have them opened. The Btcnmor Bornard wan wrecked and lost on the 23rd of of May. New Yonic, 1. A Yokohama letter of July 25th statos that hoatllitie.1 have Uuon resumed with vigor, and the Mikado Adism, after cap turing Ycddo, had burned neurly a third of it. Throe largo armies opposing it were In tho field. New Yokk, I. A letter from the City of Moxico, dated Aug. 15, nays, it is reported that Mnltimnuno vill be appointed Minister to the U. S. Somo alarm existed at Monteruy, at the report that Quiaogo wa over tho Rio Grande with an organization of filibus ters, armed with Henry's rifles. Gold, 144. fSpecial to tho TiUJtBCHiiT. Burlington, Sept. 1. Torroy E. Wales, elected Representa tive by 107 majority in a. Poll of 1143 votes. Wales 620, Blodgett, Democrat 517. Milton. C. J. Ladd, Republican, was elected by 19 majority. M.Ij at BKOT & WETHEStBEE'S FOR S. R. DAY, AGENT. DllESS GOODS, DOMLSTICK, St. Albans, Aug. :?, 1SCS. WM. N. SMITH. dTUtf St. Albaub, Vt. June. u-tr NOTICE, Mr. F. L. Goodsneed'a New tpioi springs, is now reany boarders. Houso at Missi- fnr tho reception of di!5-tf St. Albans, May l.i, KS08. 3d tf Election iu St. Abaus. Infelicia Poems by Adah Isaacs c. i.eave.vs, fSnccosaor to H. H. llow- Art.nknn will be nubllshctl Biinultaue- I v. man.l Flour and Grain Merchant. Choioo ouslv in London. Paris, and New York, brands of Flour always on hand at low prices. Tho noems aro somewhat of a religious cast and will most probably surprise renders who have made up their minds for compositions of quite another char- antnr. Tho book itself, dedicated lo ( Itmrlefl Dickens, is ono of the daintiest FULTON MARKET, K. C. GALL.AK, Proprietor. " have recently refitted my market, which . supplied with tho boat of GRAHAM FLOUR. A Superior article of Graham Flour, for m at the store of UAltNES A CliOWLEY, sale d33-tf Lake Street. The Election passed off comparatively quiot in St. AlbanB. The Town author ities took a very wiso precaution in hav ing two different points provided in our very pleasant and agreeable Town Hall for tho reception of ballots for State and County officers, and Town Representa tive. At three o'clock, as tho law pro vides, the boxes for Town Representa tive were turned, aud result was as fol lows : Whole number of votes . . 841 Necessary for a choice . . . 421 George G. Hunt had .. . . 551 B. F. Rugg 159 H. M. Stevens 30 A. S. Hyde 01 Scattering 10 Majority for Mr. Hunt . . 201 Tho announcement was received with prolonged cheering, and Mr. Hunt, being called for, stepped on to the steps of the entrance leading to tho Congre gational Church, and delivered himself of a very happy speech. He said ho was known to bo a Republican from the crown of his head to the sole of his foot, yet he confessed himself very grateful for the support ho received from men of all parties ; this support was given him ho was well awaro, not on political, but on local grounds. Ho has always been a friend of the workiugmen, and he then and there pledged himself that ho would never bo unmindful of their in terest. Ho rould serve the town as his best ability would permit, and for the interests of all. Hit briof speech was received with loud chocring, when the crowd dispersed. m.Mn volumes which have issued from the prc3s for many years, and the quanit niiiHr.rnt.ionH n.t tho commonccmont of each poem will excite no small attention. jonaon paper, " Tho blushine beauties of a modest maid" aro doubly enhanced by tho luxuriant wealth " of hair which as Hiirclv follows tho use of "Barrett's ,'pirotniiio Mair nesioraiivc - as unit licht follows darkness. St. Louin Junes. If every family in this town knew th value of Renue's Magic Oil, and would keen a bottle of it on hand to use in case of accident, we should be a happier if not a haudsomer people. Try this Oil. HAT AITD CAP STORE, SOUTH MAIN STREET The undersigned keeps constantly on hand a full supply of HATS, CAPS, FURS, GLOVES AND MITTENS, UMBRELLAS, GENTS COLLARS. And an assortment of Gent's Furnishing good8 in his line of trade eoual to any in stylo and ex.-ellence of coeds, and at reasonable pi ices. Ho has everv thing in tho hat huo. lrom com mon straw to tho last stylo of silk hat, and can suit all. O. U. SMITH. St. Albans. Yt. May 12, 1SG3. 1-d-tb Mtnt, KUh, Tripe, and Siiuxugct, Drirtl unil Smoked 11 erf. AND ALL Tabid Delicacies of the Season ! Now on hand, a nice lot of SUGAR CURED HAMS FRESH IP I S 11 HALIBUT, MAOKEHEL, COD, St. Albans, May 15, 1SG8. CUSP and HADDOCK 5d-tf Taklnc Medlcino to euro diseases oc casioned bv a detlcicncv of Iron tn (he Mood, w ithout restoring it to tne sys tem, is like trying to repair a building when tno louniiauou is gone, tub i-e-ruvian Syrup (a protoxide of iron) sup plies this deinciency nnu minus up an iron constitution. NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT. TyTrowTS: JC of Umbrellas SMITH A CO'S for all kind ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868, "OAFEH and Linen Cuffs, a largo assortment J ut WM. N. 8H rill A CO S AM EXTRA FOUR-HORSE 00A0H YOUTHS Clothing of all kinds at N. SMITH ACO'S Will run from St: Albans to Sheldon, as fol lows : Lcavo St. Albans every day at 2 o'clock p. Arrive at Sheldon at i o clock p. m. Lcavo Sholdon at 8 o'clock a. in. Arrive at St. Albans at 10 o'clock a. in. II. JENNISON, Proprietor. St. Albans, -May 'J51H, lBlib. uio-tf T HUCOT Sacks at WM. N. SMITH A GO'S. Tho excellent American Oman, man ufactured bv S. D. & H. W. Smith Bos ton, used at the late convention, deserves an esnecial notice, alamo double banked instrument of 14stops, whose heavy sub- bass notes were distinctly ncaru anove the whole chorus of 350 voices, while in accompanying tho recitatives in the oratorios, tho effect of tho soft Btops aud tremolo were very striking. Ave notice that tho use or these UeautllUl insiru- l havo Just received a largo lot of first and monts Is bciriuimr to bo annreclated by second oualitv of Stono and China Ware, com doniotlos In tho lnrtrer cities. liurlinfl' prising two Now and Elegant Patterns called uen.urani" ruueriiH. Also a iar T U15BEH Coats, all kinds, at XV WM. N. SMITH ACO'S. EVEP.y Stylo of Frock Coals at WM. N. SMITH ACO'S. CROCKERY CROCKERY ! I s HAKESPEItE Collars, of all kinds nt WM. IS. SMITH & CO S. ATECK Ties and Scarfs, of all kinds at JM WM. N. SMITH ACO'S. vriiw CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS, JUST ecoivod WM. N. SMITH A CO 8 ton Free Frees. co stock of Cutlery, Glass and Stono Ware, which I offer for salo cheap. Plcaso call and sco beforo purchas ing elsewhere. At tho old Farrar JJlock, ono noor uortu or 17011 J? call at SPING STYLES OF PANTS AND VEST WM. N. SMITH A CO S UNCEIt, SOUOFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVER I . t. L, ill -VT .n V 7 lioiupiaim, luicumausni, ncuii,ii -v i I ii, , M. ma smI .wilii iiiva. I OeOrL-o 11. larrar s. imu a,;, ii miMeXRTtf n ' O Tcmale' P. G. SKINNER. miV. iToitoii . Mi; ' St. Albuna. Oct 21th. 1836. lactf WOOLENS, SHAWLS, hoonix Mutual Lite Insurance Co., OF HARTFORD, CONN. A favorable opportunity la presented to en er otic and reliable bubiness men who cm devote their cntiro time to tho business, to represent this old, staunch, and moat successful Lite Com pany, in unoccupied territory in tho State of Vermont. Tho many popnlar features peculiar o the Phieiiii Mutual, aud the great advantages it offers to tho insuring publicits freedom from restrictions on travel anil occupation lis non forfeitable policies its liberal premium system the economy of tho managt ment, nnd its largo annum invniemm, render it tno most prouumo Coni any to Agents desirous of realizing a hand some competency by thoir entornriso tnd ener gy. Apply to u. u. jJAUuutjr., btato Agent rnasmx Jtutuai i.uo ins. i;o. d0-tf Union Block, Rutland, Yt. WHITE GOODS. GLOVES, HOSIERY, POCKET KNIVES NOTION.S,. .VO. TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS. SPICES, RAISINS, 110-tf CRACKERS, HROOMS, KEROSENE OIL, SALT, AO., AO, ASAHEI S. HYDE, PHAI.Kll IK ALL KINDS QV First Class Groceries ! DAiatOW 11LOCK, ST. ALI1ANS, VT. Consisting in part of .FYom-, Fork, Fish, Sugar, d-tf Teas, tfcc, ti'C, VICTOR ATWOOD WnOLl'.SAI.r. AND 11ETAIL VCVLEU IN IRON, STEEL, GLASS, NAILS, OIL, PAINTS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS SEEDS, MECHANICS TOOLS, SHELF HARDWARE AND CARRIAGE MAKERS STOCK. BARNES' BLOCK, LAKE ST St. Albana, May li, 1868. 03-tf HATS FOR ROYS ; CAPS FOR ROYS AT WM. N. SMITH ACQS. TOYS, GOTO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S FOR 13 YOUR SPRING CLOTTIING. LINEN Collars of every description at WM. N. SMITH & CO'S. TRUNKS OF ALL KINDS ; TRAVELLING Rags of all kinds, at WM. N. SMITH A CO S- IF OR SPRING STYLE OF SILK HATH, call lit WM. N. blliiii co a. NEW 1ADI33S STORE Oppnsito Storo of Saxo A Placo iu building formerly occupied by S. S. A J. A. Rcdartl. La dies will i'md hero a complete and ohoice aet-ort-ment of Fancy Dry goods iust received from market, such a Laces, Fringes all colors, Edgings, Insertions. Muslins, Lawns, Collars, Cutis Veils, Fans, a rich lot. Valcncicncs and Thread Lace Collars. A nice lino ofFronch Carabrioa and ?niy Lawns. A new Kid Glove which minusHos aoy- thing yet brought iuto tills murkot, atul war rnifd. All of which will be sold at rionble prices. Ladloa will find it to their advantage to call and ox&mino for tucmnolvo. Drees aud Cloak making iu all its variotlos under tho nkillful aupcrviuion of Mini llon Mooro, long and farorably known to tho inhabi tant of this village and vicinitr. Agent for WILCOX A GIDB'8 Sewing Machine. 1-5-tb L. P. TCniVTOK.