VK RMOISTT D AT LY TRANSCRIPT, RTIPTIDMRKR 11, 1S6S.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALItAXS, VT.
Fuiday, HKi'Tr-sinnn 11, 1SR8.
AIUUVAt. OP J'ASSK.NOl'.Il TltAlNS.
From tliu Smith and East, 5,18 a. in., 10,50 u.m
1,23 p. in., 8,00 p. m.
From House's Point ami N cat, 5,50 a. in., 11,
iO a. m.. 745 p. in.
From Montreal, 11 Ij a. m., i w p. in.
lir.i'AUTViir. ok lWHsr.Noim thains.
For tho South ami Hunt, 020, 8 13 n. m., 12 00
l., 8 00 p. in. , ' , , ,
For Turlington connecting with Lake Hunts
.13 a m. .
For House h Point anil Went, ou.j a.m. ii uu
, m.0:3) p. in.
For Montreal, 0 10 a. in., 0 :io p. m.
DAILY AllIltVAI. Of 8TACI1M AT ST. At.llANN.
From .Swcetsburgh and Franklin, 700 p. m.
From Itichford and Sheldon, 500 p. m.
From Sheldon, 10 00 a. in.
From Dakcrsficld, 1100 a. m.
III.V Dr.l'AllTl lll: OF STAOHS KllOM HT. AMIA.NH.
For Franklin and Swcetsburgh, 7 Wh. in.
For Sheldon and llichfotd, 8 SO a. m.
For .Sheldon, 2 00 p. m.
For Dnkcrslicld, 1 00 p. in.
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nrrnM ITIlll JIL Mil' M',1'1,11 Hiiiin ... .,, Jihv
CI.OSISO OF Uli: MAILS.
Mails for New York close at 5 00 a. m. and 7 00
Mails for Hostou close at 5 a. m. and l!!0 p.m.
Mails for Albanv and the West close at 5 00 a.m
Mails for Canada eloso at 5 ( 0 a.m.
Southern and Northern way inml close nt i 00
at their rooms over in. N. Smith s More,
Champlain Chapter No. 1, It. A. M. meets tho
! hull in Wheeler's block. Main Street.
Columbus Council No. 1, 11. .V S. M. meets the
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Franklin Lodge No. 4, F. A A. M., meets the
st Wednesday i vming in e.ich month at their
dl in Union lllock, Main Street.
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urtTi Wcdnesdav evening in eaeh month, at
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CrVHtal Fountain, Temple of Honor No. J mvvn
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St. AlbniiH Lodge No 32. I. O. of (i. T. nvvin
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St. John tlio U.iptiHt UcnuvoiVnt Society (I a-
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'ii Aiivi'i'i im'i-M..'rini riiMnvT i jait.y i ii.vns-
tvt 1ms tlin lnroesl ril enl.'itioii in St. AlhallH
d in Franklin County, of any daily paper, and
on that account, if no other, tho hest medium
r nd crtising.
BST"Intercsting matter, original or so-
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I nut da 1 1 a . r iioso wiHiiniir io secure
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errificlcVfl and Baker's hookBtoroB, a
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il fit. (linao nliinPH.
No. 13. Sti:amiioat Tkain, on tho
rir.riil Division, lpiiviiif St. Allmns nfc
15 a. in., and arriving at Burlington at
.15 ft. m., wili not run after Saturday,
ntoiiiluir 12. IfifiS flnriiiL' the Knnwm.
For" Davis Aniu:STi:. This lad
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t'b Meat Market, whither he had gone,
lie saidjbr peaches. Mr. Gallar liad
issed various sums of money from
no. to time from his monev drawer.
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(I wn ni, tiii Rrr(PT, ( v m 1 ' wiin
instable Fniley in relation to the mat-
when they heard a noise in the Mar-
r. TTniisp. 'Phn store lind hooli o.lnsf(l
r tlie night, the door was opened, and
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UlU IlJIjJl'IUl-U J. UJJ, JIU 11. Ill l!U-
ntly popped into one of tho rear Avin-
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him to find quarters with Sheriff
uJo, hi the County jail.
v,A,r AT"n l.'.lli HT-,rrlAr,TrT."r-: ' h,ii
uun isux run a. 1v.11 , i.ni . j. 4111,
the cry that comes to uh from the
ate Fair, andVan Amburgh's Menaga-
at Burlington. Tlie Menaghrio ex-
bits to-day at Fairfax, and to-morrow
will be here. "Wo aro informed that
UgH Ol piOlUSSlOUUl piUK-pOUKUlH 101
ay be the best policy but these fellows
not so regard it, look out for them.
ewarc of pick-iioclccis.
I. O, of G. T. A Good Templcr's
dgewas organised at Georgia Centre.
ednesday evening, iind the loitowing
lcera installed :
E. P. Clarke, W. C. T.
Miss A. M. Blake, W. V. T,
Q. C. Colton,W. S.
Mary J. Clark, W. T.
C. V. Bliss, W. F. S.
W. R. Richardson, W. M.
Miss B. A. Bliss, W. I. G.
D. S. Buliard. W. O. G.
Good Tumi'lkhs inVi:iimont A cor
spondont of the Rutland Herald, says
n nrnnd Tiodsrfi of Onnd 'IVii.ii1r.ru in
1 pi-imnnKnil nf tnn SnlinriUnn r, i nili..
. At the Annual cession of the Grand
07, thcG, W. S. reported twenty-six
dges. In July 18G8, eighty-four Sub
dinato Lodges stand upon the Grand
dges in eighteen months.
The oldest lodgo in the State is Pieio-
, JNo. 4, of Coventry, now six years of
Ail uui uiu iiluluiluiji n i ii h:
ero urn ho loss than 4.000 Iron men
fi wmiinn imiim.fi munnior nv rfiinnr
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d to rccli
lien and savo others from falling.
liiiAU Uauout A black bear yelgh
ing (wo hiintlrodaiul llftecn pounds wnH
emisht hi a trap In Huntington, by,Mr.
D. D. Pprnguo, on the 0th.
Mn. I'omhkoy Bican.ow, onienning
ton, the Jlanner nays, has sold from 11
liens since Jan. lt, 180S, one hundred
and seven dozen eggs, and raised 122
chickens, up to Sept. 7th. Can tills be
surpassed? if it can, tell us who owns
Tim Lkuanon Spuincis H. R. Rapid
progress is now being made on the Leb
anon Springs Railroad. In all, IS miles
of track arc laid. From Rennington
out 7 miles arc down, and the construc
tion trains running over them. Track
is also being rapidly laid in Petersburg,
and also at the lower end of-the route.
It is calculated tho iron will be down
through to Petersburg by the end of Hub
mouth, without fail.
Tin: Statu Faih . Senator Ed
mund's address before the Vermont
Stole Agricultural Society yesterday
was an able production, and very fully
reproduced in tliu Burlington dailies of
tin's morning. Tho attendance at the
Stiito Fair yesterday was variously esti
mated at, from 12,000 to 1S.000 persons.
From the Monlpelior Journal.
Tlie Election in Mtnitprlit'i:
We irave, last week, the result of the
ballotiniis in Montnehor to live o'clock
on Wednesday nurning. It was then
announced that the next ballot would
not be counted until 0 o'clock, and this
gave tho people an opportunity to go
homo tor an hour or two. v o'eiocii,
the box was turned, tho voters gene
rally having returned, and tho vote
10. P. Walton 10-1 i
R. Richardson 180
A. D. Bancroft 120
During tlie night, Mr. Richardson
and his friends had sugges-ted to Mr.
Walton and his sumiorters, that, as it
seemed apparent that neither Mr. Rich
ardson nor Air. Walton could be elected,
botli sides hbould unito on some other
person. To this Mr. Walton assented,
but those who were most ac ive in iiis
support seemed disinclined to agree to it.
Mr. Richardson's friends suggested Mr.
James R. Langdon as a compromise.
After tho first ballot, on the morning of
Wednesday, it became apparent that no
choice could be made of the candidates
then being voted for, and those voting
for Mr. Walton then agreed to support
Mr. Langdon. That gentleman was ac
cordingly nominated by Mr. Walton,
and Mr. Richardson seconded the nomi
nation, and lie was elected on tho next
ballot bv the following vote :
.1. R. Langdon .'.00
A. D. Bancroft 140
Mr. Langdon was called out, after the
result of tlie ballot was declared, and
briefly thanked the people for the honor
done him, and pledged himself, as their
representative, to consult their interests
and carry out their wishes.
Mr. Langdon is well known among
tho business men of the Stale, although
he has never taken an active part in
nolitieal controversies, lie is a decided
Republican, a gentleman of large means
acquired uy his own energy ana ousi
ncss sagacity ; and now, having sold
out his business, lie lias leisure to devote
niniseit to matters ol public-concern, lie
is not a public speaker, and so will not
bo prominent as a debater ; but we look
to sec mm maice a wise, prudent, and sa
gacious legislator, watchful of tho imb
ue weal, and deeply interested in what
ever concerns the welfare of Montpclier.
The Democratic Convention at Clyde,
lio, nominated E. F. Dickinson of
Freeniont as a candidate for Congress
from the Otli District.
lion. Stephenson Archer" lias been
nominated for Congress by tlie Demo
emtio Convention from the 2d District
Aaron W. Gilbert, a member of tlie
colored Democratic Club of Augusta,
Ga, lias recently resigned, saying in his
letter: " btarvation and death may
come, and mc without a dollar in my
pocket, and still I will boa Republican,
and always will be, so as to have an
equal showing before tlie law."
In Cincinnati, the Republicans have
formed a Grant and Colfax cavalry bat-
tallion. The uniform consists of caval
ry jackets, red caps, with white top and
yellow band, with a star: body bolts
red, white and blue.
Wade ITanipton says ho prays to God
that tho negro may havowisdon enougl
to vote tne democratic ticket. Tins is
the latest attempt to degrade that mi
All doubt about the position of Gen
John A. Dlx has been removed by the
receipt of a letter in Washington from
him, in which he hopes that Grant and
Colfax may be elected
Private letters from Arkansas, reeeiv
ed in Washington, state that numbers
of Union men, with their families, aro
fleeing from their homes in that State
and hiding in the woods from fear of as
There seems to be some dispute as to
tlie position of Senator Henderson of
Missouri. The St. Louis Democrat says
that ho is soon to speak "for Grant and
Colfax, and tho wholo Radical ticket,"
but tho Jicpublitian denies that hc.will
Ex-Senator Cresswell, of Maryland,
has returned from a stumnlnir tour in
Maine, and asserts that no doubt is en -
i.i.,t,wwi r 4i, , i..r..
" . . " B .-.r-1
me .Democratic Ticket in that btato,
Senator Fessenden is of the opinion that
the Republicans will train lO.OOOon their
vote of hwt year.
The Congressional nominations are
nearly completed in Pennsylvania.
The Democrats aro making Ptrong ef
forts to carry the Fifth, Tenth, Sixteen
th, Seventeenth, and Twenty-lirsl Dis
tricts, now represeiiled by Republicans.
On the other hand, the latter expect to
retain all the.-e districts, and in addi
tion to carry the Twelfth, now represent
ed by the lion. (ieo. V. Woodward.
The Hon. Gorrit Smith, writes as fol
lows in reply to a request for him to tub
dics the Republicans of Oneida :
Pi-:ti-:iisiioko, Is'. Y., Sept. , 1SG8.
Kditoks or O.vr.iDA Dispatch: I
learn that there is a desire to hear mc
speak at Oneida, in behalf of the elec
tion of Grant and Colfax. 1 propose
that the niectingbe next Thursday (loth)
it 2 p. in. I cannot speak til Oneida
igain this fall. 1 can speak but once In
any county, unless it be in this and In
thh 1 can not speak more than twice,
or It possliiiv mav uc tiirice. in uns
life and death election, in which the
success of tho Democrat ic party would
bo the death of tho nation, and the suc
cess of the Republican paity its life, I
M'ish to speak abroad as we'l as tit home.
The Cleveland (Ohio) Jfcrald says :
"At a meeting at Waynesburg, recent-
tbc Zoarites, a communion of Ger
man separatists, now grown quite
wealthy, and who have heretofore kept
iway from political meetings, were on
in force. They came in a procession,
thus testifying their great interest in
tlie Presidential campaign. The Zoar
ites have always been a loyal people,
being Quakers of very liberal ideas, and
have always freely contributed for the
Republiban cause, but this was the tirst
political meeting they ever attended."
Tlie Richmond Wiit is disgusted with
the "twaddling speeches" delivered by
Mr. Reverdv .Johnson in Sheffield.
'England," it says, "lost her last real
well-wishers and admirers on this con
tinent when, guided by the short-sight-
1 and cold-blooded policy of that poli
tical mummy Lord Russell, she stood
by ami saw the conservative and agri-
ultural population of tlie Southern
States politically extinguished. Her
wishes may delude her to trust in tlie
dotisli discourses ol r. .Johiihon ; but
if tho lime ever come, she will find that
no nation will enjoy witli keener relish
any misiortune that may boiau nor,
than her loving kindred on this side of
The Democrats of tlie Second District
of Minnesota have nominated Eugene
Wilson for Congress.
PiHtsoN'Aij. Hon. John A. Griswold,
of Troy, tlie Republican candidate for
Governor of the Empire State, was in
troduced to the people of Vermont by
Senator Edmunds at the Stale Fair yes
terday as the next CormiorofNewYork.
Perhaps this was a little premature, but
wc are conlideiitthe November elections
will sanction the statement. At the
clo.'O of Mr. Edmund's address, Mr.
Griswold was called out and made a
handsome an d felitious speech, to which
the vast assembly responded with fre
quent rounds of applause.
The Burlington Times says Charles
Seymour, editor of tho La Cio-se Re
publican, a Burlington boy of pluck and
popularity, who can best "buck against"
Brick Ponicroy, is here visiting his rela
tives and old friends and also as Repre
sentative of the Wisconsin State Agri
cultural Society. Ho was among tlie
notables at the Fair yesterday.
Pollard, the robel historian, docs not
reirard witli favor tlie visit of Gen. Rosc-
orans to the coterie ot cx-rehel Ueneraln.
lie sneai's of the self-imposed mission
ofaeertain Federal Ueneral of CJhicka-
niaue-a memory as absurd and misplac
ed ; and Hharply raps (Jen. Lee, who, he
says, should have Known his place net
ter, as "oven Gen. Lee has no riijlit to
speak for tlie public mind on questions
l'UiiTOX AiAHKi-rr. j ust received, a
nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hams,
Bologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, To
matoes, Bears, Beaches, Water Melons
and Musk Melons. dtf-91.
The palm of superiority is awarded to
Mrs. S. A. Allen for her Improved (new
style) Hair Restorer or Dressing, (in one
bottle,) and a grateful public appreciates
tne very low price, une Dollar, livery
t sells it. -lw
lOvery family needs to keep in the
Iioiho something that will cure head
ache, toothache, ague pains, lameness,
bruises, cramps, and other kinds of
pain and sull'ering, and what Is there so
good as Reune's Bain-Killing Magic
A Startling Titunr. Thousands
die annually from neglected couirhs and
colds, which soon ripen into consump
tion or other cci ually fatal diseases of the
lungs ; when, by tlie timely use of a sin
gle Dottle oi NYistar's itirisam ot wild
Cherry, their Uvps could have been pre
served to a green old ago.
Tim Diffkrun'ck. One of the chief
points of difference between civilized
and barbarous mankind is the attention
given to tho natural covering for tlie
head the one bcinir carefullv cut.
cleansed, and brushed, and tho other al-
1 lowcd. remain dirty and unkempt. Tho
6 ot "Barrett's Vegetable Hair Rcsto-
1 rativo will ensure Ftll that could bo do
' Hirea hy civilization or ignored by bar
( barism.- Boston Post, dw
MR. H. I. PROCTOR,
XX 1. 1. ii Minw hW Ii Knout tijmii the l'innci,
Vt Ui'kiiii, lliiiiniiiiv, nnd in ocnl Music, on
S"pt. loth, ISfiS. Applications niny ho lc-f t nt
Mr. Proctor's ItooliiN, No. 1, Hmith'H Plui'k.or nt
hi llimi-'hiiL'-Place, at Mr. 11. 1). Hopldii, Smith
Main Stivet. lOOdfit.
Mlt. PUOC'TOlt has for bale, at a vv.itv i.ow
hath, it very fine Viano, 7 1-1 octavo, ltim
uuod cu-i', ( !iicd h'KH. A''. " M I'lml'at'tnrod hy
the United Piano t'nrtc C., New Yoili. TIiohc
demote! ol pur-haMiiK upiaii" would do woll to
civil at Mr. PinOlor'i inoinn, No, 1. Smith' liloeK,
belnre imirlinsiiiK elsewhere. Mr. Proctor hut,
also the ancncv for Sti Inwnv .V Sons, and most
of tho llostou i'ittno Mninimctorlo, and in pre
pared to oiler PiiuioH and Pallor Uralm at or
Boarding and Day School for Young
milK fAIil. TKHM will b,'Kiii wehnksdav,
SKlTHMUEIt Dili. IMis.
MISS STONK, an lu'rumpti.-hed teacher, will
take ehaiKo of Hit eI,nH. j. in vocal and iiistrn
Vor terniK, Ac., nddrexn
.1. YV. TAYl.Olt. A. M.,
ST- ALBANS ACADEMY.
MIU l-'Ahli THHM of the ST. AL11ANS
ACADKMY, and Its Preparatory Depart
ment, will begin on
YT.I)NESI)AY, SlU'TKMMin 2nd,
With belter facilities for instruction than over
.1. S. D. TAYl.Olt,
mllli COl'AnTNlCltSIIIP in tho Iiisnraiico
JL business heretofore oxiHtinjj; between Uow
ey and Noble, and S. K. Goldsmith, under the
linn name of l)ewoy,Noble .V Co. i this day din
solved bv mutual consent.
DKWTY ,V NO UjU.
S. K. GOLDSMITH.
St. Albans, Vt. August 1st 180S.
.)S d A- w If.
ij hereby iriven that the linn of
Smith it Foster ia this day dissolved by mu
tual consent. All claims against tho said t'um
and all debts dun will bo settled at the old stand,
No. 'J, Harrow lllock. Call and settle as early us
convenient, and oblige
h. Mel). SMITH.
UKOliCK 11. FOKTT.lt.
St. AlbaiiM, Sept. I, 1KC8. OSd.Vwtf
aVoIW'o T Dissolution.'
riMIH partnership heretofore existing hchwen
win. i.oeno aim Jiouis jicu. muhii, miner
the linn name of Locke .t Smith, is this day
dissolved bv mutual consent. All dots due tho
former hrm must by paid at their old place ol
business. WILLIAM LOCK...
LOUIS MeD. SMITH.
St.Albai h, March tH, 1807. 157-tf.
DISSOLUTION Tho copartnership heielo
) fore oxisHtiL' under the iinmo of Wyman ,V
Huntington is by mutual eonent this dayl!.
oivi. All accounts with saul In in must he
s"tt!ed iiumediately. F.ither partner is author
ized to receipt for the same.
iniAHLliS W) .V1AIS,
K II. HUNTINGTON.
St. Alpans, Keb. 10th, 18liS.
Tho watch and jewelry business in all it bran
ches will be continued, with promptness, and in
a workmanlike manner as ncietouiio, by
"MOMMEliOIAL CoIIcl'o liooins : nossessiou
J given Sept., 1st. Three llooms easy of
access, and very pleasant situation lor Club
liooms or oftlccs.
St. Albans, Aug. 0, 1808. d70tf
LC. I.KA VKXS, Successor to II. II. liow-
man, Flour and Grain Merchant. Choice
biands ot Hour always on hand at low prices.
st. Aihans, .May u, lsus. ;ki-n
Mr. F. L. Goodspeod'u New House at Missi-
ipioi Springs, is now ready lor tliu reception ot
A Superior article of Graham Flour, for sale
at the store of DAltNES A CltOWLEY,
d;i:)-tf Lake Street.
10 FAltMKItS AND OlIEliS.The subscri b-
ers having .mrchascd audfitted no m good
order, the Woolen Mill at Swanton Falls, for
merly known as l'latt s ractory, are now pit
pared to manufacture Cloths or Yarn for cus
tomers, or exchaugo the bainu for wool. A lib
eral share of patronage solicited, and satisfae
N. Ii. Ollico in south end of Factory, whero
maybe found the books and accounts of the late
linn of Piatt .V llinklev.
lil'J-tf .MlilGS .t 111NKLEY.
IT'Oll SALE. -A pleasantly located residence
. in St. Albans, with one or two acres of
land, as may be desired. Twelve good rooms,
eeller, cistern, excellent well of water, houso
and barn nearly new. Apple, pear, plum, and
cherry trees, partly in bearing, of best varieties,
Also grape vines, etc. The cheapest placo in
town ut the price asked. Terms very easy.
Foo further particulars, euipiiro at tho Tn.vx
soniiT Ollice. 215-tb.
Good Dairy Farm
ITtOlt SALE IN MOliltLSTOWN, within one
; half mile of Morristown village
Farm contains about eighty-live acres of good
land, sixty acres cleared, and tho remaii.der
Four hundred Sugar or Maple trees, with Sap
Tubs and Sugar Utensils.
A young Apple Orchard of about 150 trees,
mostly in bearing.
House !)0x 10, in good repair, with good cel
lar. Darn :i'2 x (il, with cellar under the whole
and in good repair. Dunning water at house
and barn, and pastures well watered.
Forty tons of hay cut from twenty acres will
OilSOHl V, 1111 UH) IU1I1I II OUSUCU.
Seven Cows, 5 yearling heifers, 10 sheep, and
it span of good work horses will bo sold with the
place if desired, and all farming tools.
All to be sold verv cheap for cash.
W. H. POWEILS,
Morristown, Aug. 15, lBllS.
Farm for Sale.
riMJE hiibsc.ibcr oilers for sale his farm lying
.L in Wcstford, in the County of Chittenden,
containing two hundred and twenty-live acres.
Duildings all new. Location on it good road
one mile from the village ; near svlionl and
church, well fenced -running water to the house
and barns an abundance of fruit. Two good
sugar orchards ; all tho Farming, Dairy and
Sugar tools. Also, with or without slock on the
farm. The ubovofarm will keep forty cows nnd
team through tho year. Forlurther particulars
impure of the subscriber on tho premises.
JOSEPH D. CHASE,
Wcstford, Juno 22d, 18G8. S23wtf.
OYS. GO TO W.M. N. SMPJII & CO'S FOU
YOUlt SPUING CLOTIUNvi.
"HINTS' FURNISHING GOODS
KINDS, you will lind nt
inir T rilvlrilrf mn
IVJU. ti. BM1XU iV tju n
LINEN Collars of overy description at
YVM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
UDUElt Coats, all kinds, at
WM. N. SMITH &CO'S.
Storo and New
C . R . PELL,
I) I! 1 ,S (' 0 I, Ii ' ,S i K Hi; () (' K ,
ST. ALltANS, VT.
H.VVL just opened the largest fctocl; of Crock
ery, eoinprisliif: all tho new and desirable
patterns, French, China and lloheinlan Fancy
and Table Glass Ware, Cutlery and l'lated Ware,
ever otTeied in this County.
We also call attention to our Stock of
FOHF.tC.N AXn IlOMKSTU) Dl'.Y GOODS,
W1I1TK ClOOHS, L1NHNS,
NOTIONS AND SMALL WANE.
The undersiK'iied would reMect hilly announeo
to the public that we have adopted the CAvll
SYHTF.M. and ONI. PllIOF..
Driscol's Newllloek. Luke St. St. Albans, Yt,
ATTENTION ! !
We propose to fight it out on this lino
for the next
Ao Terms mil Ciu'imtliliunal Stu-rcmlcr .'
Wc make Puut by a
prosecution oi' THE WAR ! !
AQKNTS WANTED in everyTown, tocanvass,
F.ninlovnu nt for Gentlemen or Ladies.
Individual, Town, County or State Plights for
Letters Patent were granted us August If, for
a new device for catching llics, by which any
lady. can lid her house of those pests, as readily
as she can dust her pallor. We carry on the
war according to the rules of civilized nations,
resorting to no Poisons, Sticking Plaster, or
Chemical combinations, but, lil.e " Crocket's
'coon," they eomo down. We live by nctiou- -not
words ! Gentlemen or Ladies, THY US. Wo
present .Mm the best Held and inducements for
canvasfcing to be found in the United States.
Communications addressed to us will receive
i!:i:,-Ueod St. Albans. Vt.
LCOK OUT FOR SPLIT TICKETS ! !
A BATCH OF TRUTH'S ! !
Wr. would respectfully full the attention of
the public, to our new and well selected assort
ment of Fall and Winter Clothing just received.
Compiising Fall and Winter Over-Coats of all
the different Styles, also Dlack and Dluo Tricot
Suits, Dlack Castor do., Drown Meltons do.,
Silk Mixd. and Fancy Casr. do. Got up in tho
latest style. Pants and vests in new and desir
able patterns. Also a large assortment of Hats,
and Caps, adapted for Fall and Winter uso.
Wo also have a largo assortment of Gents'
Furnishing Goods, comprising Under Shirts
and Drawers, Plain and Fancy Flannel Over
Shirts, Duck Gloves, Neckties, Paper Collars
and everything comprising a First Clasa I'lirnish
ing Stole. Also a largo assortment of Fall and
Winter Doots, which we oiler at prices that can
not be beat in Franklin County.
Give us a call and satisfy yourselves. Goods
shown with pleasure. Itemeniber the place.
MOliTON .V 1'EItOY.
Lake Street, American House lllock. dw tt-!l."i.
Goldsmith & Seavey,
UEiVEKAL INSURANCE AGENTS,
JVOHTJIuVAIjYM., ST. ALJJAiVS, Vt.
Lite, Fire, Inland and Accidental
Insurance effected in Jicliable
Losses equitably adjusted and Prompt
TiOlt SDIUNG STYLE OF SILK HATS, call at
JJ WM W SMITH Ji i.
Phtoiiix Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
OF I-IAliTFOltD, CONN.
A favorable opportunity is presented to ener
getic and reliablu business men who can devote
their entiro time to tho business, to represent
this old. staunch, and most successful Lite Com
pany, in unoccupied territory in tho State of
Yciinout. Tho many popular features peculiar
to the Pluenix Mutual, and tho great advantages
it offers to tlio insuring public its freedom from
restrictions on travel and occupation its non
forfeitable nolicies- -its liberal nromiuin system
the economy of the maiiag meat, audits large
annual dividends, reiuh r it tho most prolitable
Com any toAgents desirous of realizing a hand
some competency by their enterprise and ener
K.v. Apply to 0. L. DADCOCK,
State Agent Plnrnix Mutual Life Ins. Co.
dfi-tf Union Dlock, llutland, Vt.
NEW STEAM MILL!
Binghani & Lincoln,
IVt-itr tlie FrclgUt Ui'iiot, S(. AH11111.4, VI..
Tr now ready to grind corn meal, lino or coarso.
JL and all kinds of grain for feed. This Mill
was built by IIuliuc Si lllaiieluinl, of Dos-
lon, of the best trench Durr, is complete in ove
ry respect, ami is capable of grinding twenty
live biishclb per hour. Deing dependent on
neither wind or Hoods for power, wo can do all
w ork ol this kind w ithout hindrance to our ens
tomers. vtosiiail lie prepared to lurnlsh corn
in tho kernel, or ground, and nt nil times fresh
nnd ns ul.oap as elsewhere We aro also ready
to receive orders ior
Sash, Blinds nnd Doors,
Mouldings and Houso Finihhintra of every de
scription, of as good material and workmanship
as any otuer suop 111 too ataio.
Don$ to order with Machinery which is new and
01 tno lutost improvements, witli these faeili
ties to give perfect mitisfnctioii, we solicit a
Hiiaro 01 pupue patronage
D1NGHAM A LINCOLN
St. Albans, Feb. 27, 1807. 101-tf,
TTOlt Sl'ING BTYLI',SOF PAN IS AND VEST
JL can at wm. is. sjiini & COS.
I'orthc Wrmout IVmifcript.
Ex. President Pierce
Latest From Mexico,
Co.ncoud, N. II. 11.
Gen. Picrco rested more comfortable
last night, and is very much better to
day. Sanguine liopes are entertained of
Nkw Yoiuc 11.
Additional advices from the city of
Mexico, of the 5th instant, BtateH that
the Puebla rebellion had been put down
and that Cucas and Bonilla, who sur
rendered at discretion, were condemn
ed to death. The rebels at Lebanan and
San Miguel have also been defeated.
Ortega had issued a manifesto, renounc
ing all claims to the Presidency. HIb
life was also threatened byConto. There
was a great deal of poverty in Mexico,
and suicides were frequent.
Advices from Port Au Prince Hayti, t(
Sept. Bth, states that the siege of tho
city had been abandoned.
Venezuela dates to August 22nd, con
firm tho capture of Puerto Caballo by
Monagas. One hundred and thirty
wounded soldiers, and 30 spiked cannon
were found in tlie place.
G. B. SMITH,
Detail Dealer in.
HATS, CAPS, & FURS,
Ilull'alo and Fancy Sleigh Itobes, Fur Overcoats,
Ladies' Dress Furs, Fur and Duck Glove.i
Mittens, Umbrellas, Ac., Ac.
for Grover and Daker's Sewing
St. Albans, Vt.
PAID FOR SHIPPING
roil ONE BOIiIiAH I
WE SELL DItESS 1'ATTEHNS, PANT Pat
terns, Webs, Cotton Cloth, Shawls, Car
petings, Sheetings, Dry and Fancy Goods, Ac.,
ie. 1 iri'uiiii- arm nee, giving lull partlctl-
l:ll'M m TlVI'IlT Cllfr!ld mint fV,,, f,.n Il.tlln
describing twelvo ditrerent articles which wo will
sell for Out- Dollui- Kuril.
iu" Ladies and gentlemen wanted as Airents.
to whom the most liberal inducements aro oflor-
ed, and satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
CHAS. LETTS &. CO.,
01 Of, FEDEK.YI. STREET,
208-ly Boston, Mass.
VT "ANTED An Agent to make a
T T canvass ot rraiiKIm (Jounty in
that old nnd reliable Life Insurance Company,
The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford
Conn. Liberal terms to an activo, energetic
man. Address. N.G. AXTELL,
Peru, Clinton Co., N. Y.
General Agent for NorthernNovv York niulVor-
I HAVE this day given my son Thomas Lagro
his time durin the remainder of his minori
ty, and shall pay no debts ot bin contracting nor
claim any of his wages from this date.
Knosburgh, Sept. 7th, 18C8.
SAMIT.I. MAY.S'AUIi LEWIS (X liAfUSU
I have made arrangements to furnuh Pianos,
Organs, and Mclodians, from the best Manufac
tures in tho country. lnstrur.i'Mits are fully
warranted. A written guarantee given, speci
fying that they shall fully sustain their tone.
and not get out of order for 11 v 0 years.
II. Li. SA.Y1SUM.
St' Albans. Vt., Juno. 1SCS. 222-3ni
rniIO.SE INTERESTED ARE IIEREI1Y
notified that I am agent to transact all busi
ness pertaining to pensions, bounties nnd back
pay. Claims of the above nnturo can be pre
sented, nnd their ullowunces obtained, bv nunvl
Ingto WM. D1UDGES.
St. AUia.ua, May 10tl, 18G0.
FARM FOR SALE
The subscriber being In poor health Mill sell
his farm in Irasbitrgh, situated about one milo
from Coventry village containing 0110 hundred
and :1j acres of laud, in an excellent state 0
cultivation, has a good orchard of one hundred,
trees, is well watered, good buildings, is well
fenced, has it good sugnr orchard, free, from
stones, right of soil, laud is one of the best bar
gains in tlio county. Terms very easy.
Irasburgh, Sept. I. I8U8, wB-232.
Farm tor Sale.
SITUATED in the east part of Sheldon, on n.
branch of the Missisquoi Diver, well known
aa the Joel Whitney farm, containing 300 acres,
from 50 to 7o acres interval laud. Tho farm in
capablo of keeping 50 cows, 50 Nheep, a team Ao.
Wood and timber land enough for tho farm. A.
Good Sugar orchard of 10QQ trees, sugar tools
Ac. Two good dwelling houses situated oppo
site, one brick nnd duo wood. A dairv-hottso
nnd apparatus tor the manufacture ot butter
nud ehceso, Good running water nt both hous
es, dniiy.houso nud barn. This farm is about
0 or C miles from tho celebrated Springs, For
further particulars ennuiro of tho owner on tho
premises WILLIAM BLISS.
Enst Sheldon, Aug. 18, 18G8. 230wtf
I7un spuing ovuatcoATs of all kinds,
? goto WM. N. SMITH & CO'S.
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