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VKliMONTT DAir,V TU A N SOR fPT, SEPTEMBER 17, 186S.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALDAKS, VT.
TitrusDAY, SiU'TKMnnn 10,
AnntvM or i-A'sin nut tuaim.
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1 Kr'.m House's Point nud Wont, CM n. ni., 11.-
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DnrAtunti: or rAstr.smlu tii.u.vs.
For the Smith unci Hunt, fi'.U, 4 n. 12'
I , S (H) p. in.
lVn- Kouxf'rt I'oint nml West, fiO.i a.m. 11 01
in. Ii.3 I p, ril.
Fji- Montreal, 0 10 a. in., 0 03 p. in.
DAILY AIUllVAt. Of 8TAU1 AT HT. ALII INS.
From Swectsburgh and Franklin, 7im p. in
From ltichfonl ami Sheldon, i'.OO p. in.
From Sheldon. lnOO a. m.
,irrom liakerslleld, 11 0(1 ii. in.
Kn.v tiniitiTi-nc or htaciK ritOM ST. AI.n.'Nn
For Sheldon anil Uichim-d, 8 .'in a. m.
,For Sheldon, '2 on p. m.
j For llnl.ii 0(1(1. 1 HO p. in.
i ci MO ut tin- several noieis in uraii. mixc
UCl 8 l IIIC IlClllnill liuuru.
ci.fi.iso or iin: mails.
MmlM for i v Yuri: close at 5 0J .i. in. and 7 01
Malls for Boston clo.-o at 5 a. tn. anil II ltd p.m
Mails lor Albanv anil the Went close at oi'On.ln
Mailt for Can id.i close at 5 . 0 a.m.
Southern ami Northern way mail close at .i 01
HUH Y M. C A. meets every Monday evening
:it tin ir rooms ocr Win. N. Smit Ii'h Store,
nin SJlri'i t.
Champl.nn Chapter No. 1. It. A. M. i.vvt-, the
ird Wtdm-id.iy evening in ouch moi.tli, al
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' i.,1,,,l,t,u f. iiim.il n I I!. .VS. Al. Ilii-cl-l llll'
f mill Wid-K-d.iy evening iu each month, .it
fir huh 111 Wtiei'ler's llloek.
Franklin Lodire No. 1. 1'. A A. M.. meet the
1st ednisl.n veiling in e.ieh monlli at llu ir
1 Ml m I iiimi lilock, .Minn street.
i .1. i... i .!,... v.i Ml i .v A meets tne
1 iii-ili Vi"ilnesil:iv oveninu' ill each month, at
) eir hill Hi Union llloel.. Main Street.
orvvMhil rimntniii Teninle of Honor N'n. t meets
civ Tuesday evening at their 1 tall in liirnes
lock, I.ultc Street.
Kt. Albans Lodge Xo ;W, I. O. of ti. I . meets
,crv Fnd.iv euning at tlieir Hall in Humes
-.-I, T.,V-..jli I
' i.J I n .... 'i. H T. D. ot fi.T. meets
erv s7ilunl.iv evening, at St. Alhans liny.
Kt' lnhn IlioII.intist lieuoviilent Society (Cn-
' diatO inoetH mi tlie lirst anil tlnrd wcilin sua
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To Atlvrrt Un-s. -The VuuaiuKT 1) vii.v Tl; ss
, 'ni' hns the largest circ.ilation in St. Albans
r d in Franklin County, of any daily pape r, and
don that account, if no other, the, host medium
(BCay-IntcrcstliiK matter, original or se-
ctod, may always be found on the Hist
Ouit Daiia. Tlio?c wisliing to secure
pics of our daily paper can do so at
crrifield's and Baker's bookstores, a
all as of carriers, and at the oilice.
IJI1C3 Ul Ulll ucivl,j i.ijh;i iiiu,) iii.-. .ii
ad at these plaeea.
Dancino and Di:i'oinMi:NT. Prof.
f' Hiil-rv nf'I'rriv V V. will OllOtl 11
lect class, in Fashioimblo Dan-
i ttdics in Pt. Albans on Tluirsday, tfept.
1 th at 5 o'clock P. M. in W. N. Smith's
w . ,. . ... , . . .11
all. instrucuon in mis cia-is, win
' fnaist of tho niorft stylish Hound D.inc-
;g Quadrilles. A large number of
l-rnrea of the Cicrman. toirctlier witli
, .1 .i .i i
iiiquciiu ami gcnuiai uupurimuiii.
v Devilt.I) J 1am. Fry it.
At II. L. Samyon's & Ci.
1 Tin: Good Templars of St. Albans had
,very pleasant gathering at their Hall
list evening. Mr. A. Tinker W. C. 1 .
( as Master of Ceremonies, and made a
very happy speech, and was followed
y C 11. Baker, Mr. Weeds and D. M.
.Vail i r Mr. R. O. Sturtcvant raid an
ULi'ie-LiiiL: ii.'.iiur uu v ill iui.. xuc 111-
'Irumental and vocal music was cxcel-
r 'it, and all present seemed to enjoy
V U UlfcUl VUS ill II1U I1IK HUM Ul'L'lll. 11 V
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lll'il 11,1.1 I 1 1 lii 111,3 , v.
lilice is now so near completion that a
committee have been appointed to ap--.i-nino.
and wo lonm havnaniii-fiiffd. the
'"VH numberinir 100 and mado sucli
ides and roirulations as thev deem best
recard to annortioninir lliese news
nongthe nubseribcrs to the fund for
'Ho erection of the Church. The Com-
jlds evening, when final action will be
U.ken on the matter. AVo learn thai the
jwb will range in jirlce from $50 to $1,
10. Montpclicr Freeman.
n Ancidnt Coin. L. S. Dutton,
jCraftsbury writes the Freeman as fol-
l I have n pistarcen that I ploughed up
";t Concord. Mass.. while turning over
',1 old pasture near the battle ground,
jWout twenty years ago, all bright aud
i -lice, dated 171S. It was about 8 inches
.Wilder ground, nml the owner of tin land
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l-iiu uiu iuu iieiu iiitu uui uuen piougueil
irnuy years u.iore. it was probably
ist from tho pocket of some red coat.
during their raid upon that town. 1
loulu llKo to read us History.
11,.,, IT.ir rii,. if
) At II. L. Sampson's k Co.
Middi.ehuhy Colmxji:. Tfio College
t!ollgo tern) commenced on Thursday of
t ist week. Prof. Ezra Brainord is pre.s
, nt in the place of Prof. Kellogg. Prof.
eeley has returned from Europe, and
.esumed his nlaco temporarily 111 led bv
1UI, X Ul u;j .
l)i:vu.t:n Ham. Try it.
At 11. li. Sainton's A Co.
PnoF. Kino's 1)au.oon Dimcknt.
Wo have m.-ntioneil tlic fact tluit Piof.
Kin ,- made a balloon ateension from
Rutland on Monday. We iind the fol
lowing patticulars of ids tlwcent in the
Jtutland Jtrruld :
Prof. King commenced to lc."cend
Iminedlately afier lie went out ofsiclit
bovond (lie mountain. on the east, land
ing near E ist Wallingford. When lirst
con by t lie people ol that village, the
balloon was scarcely visil le In a north
western direction. A tack win then
taken, going nearly ca-t, towards Ply
mouth and Wood-dock, ami moving
Lack by a current of air to within a
tnilo of Etrit Wallingford, where he
landed in a pasture of W. B. Allen, in
Mt. Holly, lliellrst persona who came
to his ass'istatice were Mr. Wm. Foster
and Miss Anna Harrington. P.y per
mi'.Hlon, Miss Harrington entered the
Imskct, which. win elevated about 150
;eet, and then guided bp Prof. Kingand
Mr. Foster by mcatiH of the lopes at
tached, to Uowlville, wlr.'ie the lady
tliglitcd, and a Mr. Watts entered the
basket, and, with the aid ol the people,
a was taken to the village ol Waliing
brd. On Ills arrival, Mr. King was
serenaded by the cornet band of that
place, and the citizens gave linn three
rousing cheer.-. Some time was then
spent in j cnnitting one at a time to as
cend, until lilty ladies had gone up in
1 1 10 balloon trom !) to a) i led eaen.
The citizens tender him their thanks
for lii- ciiuricsy in permitting thorn to
have a slight appreciation of a ride in a
balloon, aiid tn.st Hint, when next he
makes an ascension, he will allow the
brave schoolmistress to accompany him
meaning Mi.-s H. lie lem lined at
Hast Wallingford until yesterday morn
ing, when he returned to Rutland.
The Protc.-sor informs us that bis voy
age was a pica -ant one, ami inai ne as
cended two miles and a half. He suf
fered some inconvenience from the cold,
and that liesuilered nio.-t from the ex
trenii! coldness of his feet, more than he
ever experienced in any previous voy
age. Kotbing new or important occur
red (bat was worthy of note, hence lie
has written no detailed statement of his
Di:vtiii:t) Ham. Try it.
At II. L. S.im'jsoti's & Co.
Tin: Fall Ti:iim of the People's
Academy, Morrisvillo, has just com
menced, with an attendance of I 'Si pu
pils. IlAsr. P.ALi,. A match game of base
ball will by played on the Fair (.'rounds
at Sheldon to-morrow, in the forenoon
we believe, between a picked nine of tlte
Sheldon club, and nine of the Eagles of
Island Pond. The custom house at
Island Pond, in July, received $17, 9 15,
7;i, and in August !sl'!,0.'is,01, in gold,
I'M, 428 pounds of wool beingamong the
importations for the two months.
Milton Makkkt. On Monday last,
the Marrs Cheese Factory sold lot) boxes
cheese to Noble fc Retts, of New York,
for ir cents per pound. Tlio Milton
Falls Factory sold 1200 boxes to the same
parties for lof, cents.
Butter brought from ;'" to 10.
Cali:do.via Faiu. The Fair of the
Caledonia County Agricultural Society
occurs at St. Joluisbury, September liUth
and aoth, and Oct. let. Admission each
day, ."c. On the lirst of October, (he
Holmes horse and Snowllake contend
for theprcmiuin U" $1,000, ollered ty tho
DnowNi:i. Two small boys aged six
and three years, sons of Mr. Whitney
of Bennington, were drowned in the
Walloonisack River at Bennington on
Saturday night. Tlio body of the eldest
was found during Saturday night, that
of the youngest Sunday morning, the
botli several miles b'low tho village.
R.ULKOAD iNTDLLlUKXt'K. The pas-
senger depot at White River Junction
being insullieicnt to accommodate the
business tit .the point, there is talk ol
building a newonebv tho Vermont Cen
tral, the Pasumpsie andthe Northern '
The proposed railroad to connect the
Passumpsic railroad with the Grand
trunk will bo put under contract in a
few days, to be completed in July, 1S70.
It will be 1;12 miles, long, lunning from
Norlli Derby to Lenoxville. This will
make a direct conneetionlion with Qui
bee, 70 miles shorter than any other
route. Jhtrl!nr(on Times.
Sad Casualtv at Maxoiii:.sti:i!.
We learn from the Rutland Jlcruhl
that a sad casualty occured at Factory
Point, in Manchester, on Monday, about
12 o'clock a. m., which resulted in the
death of a young man named John
Smith. Mr. Smith was a workman in
tlio clothes pin factory of Messrs. Ses
sions t Bundy, and while at work near
n circular saw, by a misstep, lie fell up
on tho saw, cutting him across the ab
domen, just above right hip, at once dis
nmboweling him aud winding the intes
tines around the shaft. He raised him
self from tlio saw, but it became neces
sary to gig back the taw lo disengage
the intestines, and lie stood by while
they were being removed, simply re
marking, "This is very hard." Not a
groan or complaint eteaped him, and lie
,1 r..,...l l i i'..n l.l
converhed ireely aud checriully, asking
the physician how long lie could live,
and remained conscious to tlie last. Ho
died at 2 o'clock on Sunday morning.
i Dr. Ezra Ed.son, of Eaclcry Point, at-
tended him, and did all iu medical skill
to render him comfortable.
(1KAND Alt.MY or Tilt? Rin'tTltUC.
Col. George Foster organized an en
campment of the Grand Army of the
Republic at East llardwlck on the
third of September, and tho following
oftlecrs were elected : Lewis W. Fisher,
Commander; Chas. .1 Hell, S, V. ('.;
Henry V. Stevens, J.V. C; 15. R. Pren
llee, Adj't. ; Win. H. Stuart, Q. M.;
.John C.inninghnm, Q. M. S. ; Frank
Fay, Sur.; I.oren F. Minor: S. M.
Pathxts. Tlio following patents
wore issued to Vermont eiv on the 8th
Chas. C. Manuel, of North Troy, as
sivjiorto himpclf, Wm. G. Elkins, and
O. N. Elkins, of Hie same place, for im
proved stuniji extractor.
lo-iciih A. Rami, of Morrisville, as
signor to Thomas A. Mitchell, of Wash
ington, H. C. for improved clotlicspin,
ante-dated Amr. 127, 1SIIS.
Francis Smith, of Highgatc, for ini
provmenl in horse rakes.
R'linc NoTtct: - N'JOLr.r Kritii an
At'ToiuodK.UMtY. This is the title i.
an Interesting work of 17 1 pages, jti3l
printed by John Lovoll of Montreal.
Violet originates in Scotland, where her
youthful life is spent iu and around Ed
inburgh; afterwards she removes to
Canada, and pursues the occupation oi
teacher. Something of Convent life
pictured and the " tips and downs " oi
life are magically portrayed. A pleas
ant vein, highly moral if not religious
runs through tho book. It is sweet and
SMttitliy at times, and the narrative is
interesting always. Our perural of the
work lias been quite haMy, but we are
satisfied that everyone, especially the
young Indie-, will lie interested in read
ing it. Mr.-.. Ho, the author, comes
highly recommended from Montreal to
Sr. Albans, of whom copies of the book
may be obtained.
Amu.vo the Speakers at an enthusias
tic Grant meetingat Lafayette, Wiscon
sin, a few days ago, was Wm. R. Hoyt,
Es(., son of the Hon. Romeo II. Hoyt,
Fnosr. There was quite a seveie frost
last night, but and Ave learn that it
lias done damage.
Amoxu the Vice-Presidents of thoVer
mont State Spritualist Association are
1). Ii. Fay, of Willistou; Mrs. Tanner,
of Montpelier ; Mrs. A. P. Rrown, of St.
Johns-bury ; W. U. Parish, of Stowe ; R.
R. Wright, of Corwall; Mrs. II. Slocum,
of Rutland ; S. P. Cheney, of Dorset ; C.
E. Griee, of St. Albans.
Tin: jury In the case of Hotchkisa vs.
Laild A; Co., returned a verdict for the
plaintitl' for $1,(155.97 and costs.
Exgliwly LiODUi:, No. 8-1, will hold
a Special Communication
evening at S o'clock.
Fkaxklix County Faiu. Little
was done at the Sheldon Fair yesterday
save making entries, and a trial in the
afternoon of draft horses. To-day the
Fair is in full blast, and we learn that
the attendance is quite large.
Tim weather is cold to-day and fires,
overcoats and gloves are things of the
Tho palm of superiority is awarded to
Mrs. te. A. Allen lorher Improved (new
style) Hair ReBto;er or Dressing, (in one
botiie, and a grateful puulic appieciates
the very low price, One Hollar. livery
Uruggiat sells it. 4w
Tin: Ghdat Mi'sHO Hall OitaAX.
Since tho introduction of this noble in
strument, a higher standard oi organ
music has been pre.-entcd to the public,
and evety Wciinc-ility and Saturday
noon, people from dillutont portions of
tne eouiiwy, wlio 1mm. en to bo journey
nig thiougli tlie city, gather to listen to
ihe tones oi tne grami King ot instru
ments, ami thus the tasio for a purer
s.yle oi organ music lias, m a u.greo,
been cieated. Lveii tbo.-ic who have
long studied the piano are beginning to
denire a ciass ot music with sustained
etiords and suspended harmonics, aud
man v are intiouuciiig into their homes
Ihe American Organs, manufactured by
. 1j. it H. W. Stiii.il, of Boston, with
wtueii tlie excellent oruau pieces may
be o lineiv r, udered and enjoyed in the
pailor. i iie.-e instruments nave alto
greatly assisted m elevating the taste
toward a better class of music, and have.
been very o.Uient in developing tho
latent talent in tlte home circle. Jio
Pkiu'vian Syhii. This valuable
medicine lias been silently making its
way into public lavor by tne numerous
remarkable cures it lias perionned. Its
singular elllcaey is owing to the protox
ide of iron, which lcnnniis uncnanged
in the preparation, and is the only lorm
in wlneii tins vital clement or ncaittiy
blood can be suppueu.
Ndvuh too Lath to Mi:xn. After
nearly ruining your hair by the use of
lard preparations, under the name and
guise til "oils," apply Uanott's Vegeta
bio Hair Restorative, which not only
renews livt rcstotes it to its original soft
ness and lustre. Tcrrc Haute Li-press,
Sciatica is a pain beijinnini; at tho
lllji ui.il jwiiim n uiu tijuiru ill uiu nuiiiiio
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i;lc or nervou.-i pain.
lo cure it, use
Renno's Pain-Killing Magic Oil on tlio
painful parts, and also in the hollow of
mo loot, it tin; tiioou ne in a low state,
a preparation of iron must be given at
tlio same time but tlie Magic Oil alone
t i I.J'J.
dried, por Hi,
t'cr bushel, ,
i i u.ii, per Hi.,
' i M.si;, "
t i iin, per hushe), ,
oi..s .Mkal. per cut,,
. i.as, ppr doz
" doiiiiln ux.lra
2 oo an
1 10 SO
11 00 ((t
12 00 W
I t 00 (it
w su n, per bushel,
a 2.1 do
(l.rs, ei ii
I'oi.aol'.s, pfr hiiHlicl,
., Turk's island, . .
Wool, per Ih., . . .
Wiinii pfr cord
0 00 ((!!
ao 0 if
10 . i. to
llOH'iOV MA1UC1ST.. sii, 1.1.
Klotir. -There has been a very dull feeling
for l'lour the past wee);, and prices generally
have eased oil'. The anivnls have heeu quite
lari;e, comprixiiij; ahout 00,1)1)0 hhln. for thu i.eeK
and sloclis arc rapidly aceiimulatinn, particular
ly white wheat brands. While receipts contin
ue, mi Hie name lihcr.il scale there is not lilielj
to he any reaction, although Flour is now hWor
on the seaboard than it can bu produced at pre
sent prices of wheat throughout the est.
csi-nhi. -The market has been very quiet for
Cum sit ce our last, and jnicea have not varied
in.itiii.ill' . The sales of Southern and West
ern vcllow havu been at 1 3:1 to 1 33 ; and West
ern 'mixed at 121 tol 30 l Infill. Oats are
rather dull and have been in moderate demand,
with sules at 70 to 73 for common, und SO to 83
' fur fair and yood cpialttv. live has been sulliim
I in nm.ilJ lots at 1 CO to 1 70 lanisli.
J Hoy. -The market for Hay is quiet and prices
are not quite so linn. Sales at 10 to 21 ) ton,
i's to quality, for Kastern and Northern.
! I'lovUiim-i.. -There is a verv linn feclm" foi
I'm!, and prices are a shade higher and tend
upward. The sales hau been at 21 to 23 for
pi hue ; 30 to 311 30 for mess, and 31 to 31 30 for
clear, beet is dull anil has been iu moderate
demand at 10 to 13 for common mess ; 18 to 21
for c;oid mess ; 21 to 22 for evtra mess ; aud 23
to 23 for family extras. Lard is linn and has
been in fair demand at 20J and 21e Impound, I'm
(food steam and kettle rendered, with salea ol
,1.'() a d 100 packages at these prices. Smoked
II. mis hau been iu fair demand at 17 to 20c x
lb. for llostou and Western and 21 to 22c. for
fancv Western. Dressed Hogs havo been se.ll
insat 13$ to 14c 1 i lit.
Piotlttrc.. -There is a very firm feeling for
choice grades of liutter, and prices are higher,
but low and medium grades are in hotter supply
and easier. The sales have been at 411c a 43c
tor good and choice Vermont and New York da
ries, and 33c to 10c for common to good, and
Wchtcrn and Canada range from 30c a 40c pr lb.
Cheese has been iu fair demand at 13c to 15c for
farmers' dairies and 15c to 1GJ for factory.
White Deans continue dull nnd prices havo
again eased off; sales of lilue Pod and Marrow
at $3,23 a $3,75, and Kvtra lVa at $3,75 a 4 per
bush. Canada Teas havo been selling at 1,70 n 2
pr bu as to quality, l'otatoos havo been in verv
fair demand and prices have advanced with
sak-K at 2,50 a 3,50 pr bbl, although 3 is now
about the outside prico. Sweet Potatoes have
been selling ut (',,50 a 7 por bbl. Onions are
scarce and rulo at 5,25 a 5,50 pr bbl. Eggs havo
been in fair demand at 2Hc a 30c pr duz.
Goldsmith & Seavey,
iENEHAL INSURANCE AGENTS,
NOF TIIMA IN St., ST. ALBANS, FY.
Life, Fire, Inland and Accidental
Insurance effected in Reliable
Losses equitably adjusted and Frompt-
Store and New
C. R. PELL,
III S C 0 L L ' S X E W Iin t) (J K
OSJ SiikKH STREET.
ST. ALBANS, VT.
TTAVB just opened t u largest stock of TroeU
JLJL erv, coiiiiiribini.' all the new and desirahle
utti ni. I iTix.'h, China and llnhennali 1'aney
and Tahle Cilans Ware, Cutlery and l'lated Ware,
ever nlHieu in tins uonnty.
We albo eall attention to our Slock of
VOUKK1X AND DOMESTIC DltY (100D.S,
WII1TK GOODS, L1XKXS,
NOTIONS AND SMALL WAHE.
Tho uiidersiiincd would lefi'eetfull.v.inncmnee
to t lie miUlle Unit we linvy ailopletl tlie OA'-1
SYSTEM, and ONE I'lilCi:.
Driscol's New block, LakeSt.St. Albans, Vt
?OH Sl'JlING STYLE OF SILK HATS, call at
JL WM .3llllli: .
I'ha'iiix Mutual Lilt1 Insurance Co,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
A favorable opportunity i prcNented tn ener
getic alnl reliable miflliens men wlio can devote
their entire tinto to tlie business, to leprem'itt
this old. Htauueh, and most nuceessl'ul Lite Com
pauy, iu linoeeuiiied territory in tho State oi
iimont. Tho iiiauv noimlar features neculiur
to the l'lni'iiix .Mutual, ami the great advantages
il oners lo me insuring puune its iremlom lrom
rebtrietioiiH on travel and occupation its non-
t'oiTcitalilo policies- lit. liberal premium system
- the economy of the matiag nient, and its large
annual dividends, render it tlio moht prolitable
Com any to Agents debirous of realizing a hand
some competency by their enterpiico and ener
gy. Apply to C. L. HAiil'OCK,
Statu Agent l'luenix Mutual Lifolus. Co.
dO-tf Union block, ltutlaud, Vt.
ST- ALBANS ACADEMY.
rpiIU FALL TKltM or tho ST. ALHANS
JL ACA1JKMV, and its Preparatory Dupart
inent, will begin on
WKDNKSDAV, SUPTK5IHEH 2nd,
With bitter facilities for iubtrurtion than ever
J. S. IJ. TAYLOIt,
80-11 231-1. Principal.
Lf. LEA A' ENS, Successor to II. II, How-
man, l'lour and Grain Merchant. Choice
bruuds of l'lour alwavs on hand at low prices.
St. Albans, May 15, 1SI!3. 3dtf
Mr. P. L. Goodspeed'a New House nt Jltssi
quoi tipringH, is now ready for the reception of
A Su icr or artic of Graham Flour, for sale
at tho Jton of KARNES A CROWLEY,
d3U-tf Lako Street.
ST, VHIA.VS MAlllCHT- Sep. 15
iST E3W FIRM
The Old Clothing Stand I
NO. , DARROW BLOCK,
Mcl). S5IITH& C0i
SO i.mve lo atnte Unit, ly vlrt c ol
fwnit rlintiiK nindr ut o, 3. Duri-cMt
llloek, tiny ale pi tpuieil to oflri- lo tin
pnlillr u Stockof
ni in piH4i I In vnrlcl y mill tlylr by mi'
C'l idling Home In Ki-nnkllii Coiinly,
Comprising .1 full line of
The abovo entirely New and Latest Styles out.
Of every new Pattern and .Style, Comprising
1JEAVHR, (German and American,
QUEEC1IY & CHEAP do.
A Complete line of
rmia, v jannei nnu wiute,)
UNDER SHIRTS, do
LINNEN & PAPER COLLARS,
NECK TIES & BOWS,
GLOVES, Ruck & Cloth,
&c, &c, &c,
Of all kinds,
Of Scotch and American Goods.
Hats and Caps,
Or Every Vnrlet j- iu Market,
LONDON STIFF RIM,
Caps of every Style.
Bo sure and call early as desirable
goods are going fast.
Sy Prices low for Cash.
L, Mi D. .SMITH, & Co.
No. 2, Darrow Block, Main Ht. St. Albams Vt.
St, Albans Dining Rooms,
LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS,
DOWNING & STEERE
TTARM MEALS or Lunches served ti all
V V hours, in the best stylo.
Fresh Baltimore Oysters
Reesivid daily anil eupplicd to tho Tr&do at
wholesa.e prices. alUC dAwtf
For tlit tYrmonf Trmmcript.
LATEST NEWS I
Nuw Yomc, Sopt. 17.
Advices from Haytl state that an aui-
ncaty has been proclaimed In favor of all
but the leaders in tho rebellion.
The President hail made an offer
to Htirrendcr Mlragoaue to Salnave's
The Caeoes were contracting Uielr
forces to arrest tho new movement In fa
vor of Salnave.
It is probable that the whole South
will return to Salnavo should Gcnaives
and Cape llaytian fall, but fears arc en
tertained that the North will secede and
form an independent Government.
New Yoiik, 17.
The Legislature of St. DomliiKO has
declared that the honor of their State
demands that the assassins of Gen, Pa-
tari be found out.
It is evident that Gen. Canto is a
deputy to tlio National Congress ; that
body must be his judge.
St. Louis, Sept. 17.
Tlio Knight Templars had a grand
excursion and baniols yesterday : over
3,()00 ladies iiiul gcntlomon were present.
une or the steamboats struck a sunken
wreck and sprung a leak. She was run
ashore, when ono of tlio other steamers
went along side and took off the passen
gers. iNo accidents occurred.
IIUPFALO, Sept. 17.
Tlie Eleventh Convention of the Ma
chinists' and Blacksmiths' Internation
al Union of North America is now-being
held here. Tho session commenccdyes
tcrdny afternoon. The President A.
Bailey made an address, In which he
recommended the establishment of an
Intelligence ofllco for the accommoda
tion of employees. Tho Convention will
probably continue in sossion for three
Si'iu.Ncii'UELD, Mass., 17.
F. M. Bordwell's woollen mill at
Batchtown was burned yesterday after
noon : loss, sio.OOO.
New Yomc, Sept. 17.
Blooded horses belonging to Henry
. Scudder, valued at $2,500 were killed
by a stroke of lightning last Sunday.
during a thunder storm at Huntington,
Tho weather was very chilly hero this
morning, but we have heard of no frost.
t Rochester there was a slight frost last
COMML'KCIAL Collego Koonm ; possoneiou
given Sept., 1st. Three Kooms eauv of
aecess, and very pleasant nidation for Club
Koums or ollieea.
, . WM. N.SMITH,
ht. Albans, Aiifj. 3, 18C3. t170tf
INTO the Ilarn of the St. Alhano HouHe, on the
8th inst., a brown mare, tl or 4 years old, 13
hands high, one white foot and star iu tho fore
head. The owner can havo the same bv calling
at the St. Albans House and paying charges, al
so paying fortius advertisement.
PIANO FOR SALE.
MR. ntOCTOU hail for sale, ut a vkut low
itATU, n very line I'iano, 7 1-1 oetuve, ltoso
wood case, carved legs, Ac. ; Manufactured by
the United I'iano i'.nto Co., New York. Thoso
desirous of put-iliacing a piano would do well to
call nt Mr. 1'roctor's rooms, No. 1, Smith's IJlock,
before purchasing elsewhere. Mr. I'roctor has
also the agency for Steiuwav A- Sous, and most
of the lioston I'iano Manufa'etories, and is pre
pared to oiler l'iatios and Purler Urgans at very
low rates. K.Otltf
LCOK OUT FOR SPLIT TICKETS ! !
A BATCH OF TRUTH'S ! ! I
Wb would reBpnrtfully call tho attention of
the public, to our new and well selected assort
ment of Pall and Winter Clothing jnst received.
Comprising Pall and Winter Over-Coats of all
the different Styles, also Ulaclc and Uluo Tricot
Suits, lllack Castor do., llrown Meltons do.,
Silk Mixd. and Pancy Casr. do. Got up iu tho
latest style. Pants and vests in new and desir
able patterns. Also a largo assortment of Hats,
and Cans, adapted for Fall and Winter use.
Wo also Imvo a large assortment of Gonta'
Furnishing Goods, compiising Under Shirts
and Drawers, Plain and Fancy Flannel Over
Shirts, Uuek Gloves, Neckties," Paper Collars
and everything comprising a First Clawi Furnish
ing Store. Also a large assortment of Fall and
Winter UootH, which we offer at prices that can
not be beat iu Franklin County.
Give us a call and satisfy yourselves. Goods
shown with pleasure, llemeiiibor tho place.
MOltTON A- PKltCY.
Lako Street, American House llloek. dwtt-05.
Boarding and Day School for Young
rntti: FALL TERM will begin WEDNESDAY,
JL SKPl'KMilKR tub. 18IM.
MISS STONE, an accomplished teacher, will
take charmi of tho classes iu vocal and lustra,
For terms, Ac,
TAYLOR, A. M.,
rnilOSK l.V'TKHICSTKD AUK IIKIIKUY
JL notified that I am ugent to transact all busi
ness pertaining to pensions, bounties and back
pay. Claims of the above nature can be pre
sented, ami their kllowauces obtained, by appyl
ingto WM. BRIDGES.
St. Albans, May 10th, 1866.
&J TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for Qry,
Patent Moulded Collar.