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VERMONT "DAILY TRANSCRIPT, SEPTEMBER 22, 1868.
'ermout Daily Transcript,
ST. ALBANS, VT.
Tfi:.s.Y, Skptrmruu 22,
istis.
Travelers' Guide.
aiii.iv.m. or I'AssFNor.n thmsh.
rum tin South and East, 5,IH a. in., 10,00 n.m
li.") p, in . 8,u(l p. in.
1'ioin Itouwo's l'oiut anil N 't, S,.0 a. m.. 11,
( a m . 7 1" p. tn.
I ro i Montif.il, 11 4.- a. in., i 10 p. m.
1 1 r.vimiir. or rAoxr.Nomt tuvi.vs.
1 . r tlx Month and Hast, 0 20, S 43 a. tn 12 00
1 , . ...
l eu- 11 n. " Point ami Went, 003 a. ni. 11 00
I "1 li 1 1 II. ill.
F.jr M mtreul, 0 10 a. in., C U.i p. in.
n.vit v AitniVAi. or sT.(ir.a at st. ai.ii.vns.
Fiom Sweet shiugli anil Franklin, 700 p.
From Hiehford ami Sheldon, 500 p. m.
From Sheldon, 10 00 a. in.
.'from llukerwlleld, 11 00 a. in.
o,n.Y Dnrvim ni: okstaoe rnoM
ST. AI.BASH.
:!0a. m.
or li'.riUlin aim r-iweciiiiiugi
..... i , .
( ..) Slu id, in ami Rirlltoril
8 :I0 a. in.
,r .-In Mi.ii, '2 on p. in.
, for ItuKd'xIiilil. 1 00 p. in.
iVilm a r .1 at 1 1 i - several hotel In town
Stage
ices at tin Tlitnoiit House.
' ii.osiNci or mi: mails.
.Mails lor New York close at o 00 a. m. and 7 00
o in
. n.,.' r,.r ltusftiii cliwo at 5 a. in. and OHO l.n.
Mini tor Albanv mid tin- Wust close at iHuit.m
i Nl,,u for Camilla close at 5 i 0 n.in.
lUmtlain and Northern way niiiil closo at 5 00
, in.
Strangors' Guide.
'llh Y M. C - meets every Monday evening
.1, at Iti- if lo.iins ovir Win. N. hinitn s moic,
v.n str . t.
1 h.nni'l mi i Ir.iphr No. 1, It. A. M. meets the
-.l U , ,ln, -4il.lv iM'iiimr in each month, at
1 .r ii ill in Whe li r's block. MiilllMlcct.
Ollf llllls V OlllllMl SO, 1, Ji. lY .-. .H. llireis me
fond li . t lav evening In each month, .it
. , l ... 1. . v. 1 1.
1-mMii, I.oiU'i. No. 1, f. .V A. JI.. meets Hie
. t ... 1 . ... iiitnirf III l 'It'll lllltlllll ill IllCIl
i 1 in I nun lilick, Main Street.
..i I ... 1, l,'i No. l 1'. .V: A.Ji. nicem mc
aim mum i-ii-i ...... ...
B.r halt l.i Iniun Mock, MinnSticcL
rut 1 1 1 unit. mi. Ti inple of Honor No. 1 meets
i .... .i .( tlu.ii- Hall in Dimes
- l lii'C'i'M ...
1 1..1UI .-llll'l l.
t. Albans Lodge mi i. u. oi u. i. im-i-m
i v Finhiv evening at their Hull m Lames
t vl, LakoYitivt.
hsmg Sim ho go Nr.. 8 I. 0. ot O. P. meets
"n S.iturdav evening, nt St. Albans Bay.
!..l,,, ii... Ii:in!i.t lleiievolciit Society (la-
i h n) meets on the llrst and third Wednesday
limit oi I'.ieli nioiitli al tneir nan iiti..u.
1 mil, ion s more.
o Aitveiilsei-s. -The Veumoxt D.vii.y Tkajcn
' I'T has the largest circulation in St. Albans
1 in Franklin County, of any daily paper, and
.'Hi that account, if no other, the best medium
i ..... . .
i i i
nr.a ithmis.
T'
.toylntcrcsting matter, original or sc
ted, may always be found on the first
-c.
i, -
i"iYti oiitv 1 men u'ic ninrf if cpoiirr1
lies of our daily paper can do so at
rrilield's and Baker's bookstores, a
'll ... 1..... .....I i 1, n . (llo.i
pics of our -weekly paper may also Dc
i ..x
i.i at inese piuee.
li .-
3i'Tn:it Maiiki:t. Tlicre has no
n a large amount of butter broughtto
vn to-day. Prices have ranged lrom
, . to 4jc. per lb., according to quality.
,veiat lotshowever, told for 4Uc. and
'. The amount shipped was not far
Ma 1,000 tubs.
, 'oncikkss. Congress assembled yes-'
!Jlay, and, there being a quorum pre-
t in both Houses, .they adjourned
r nil riii mi ut nriri. in t in i t i .
'new Goous.-
Messrs. Morton & Percy
Ivo iust received a stock of new fall
, I winter goods, of the latest style. '
ijcir store teems to do iuu enougn 10
,,ord almost unhmiteu cliances ol seiec-
n for purchaseis, who will find them
.dy and obliging.
-C .
V rixi: Iousk. M. J. Hill, EsqM ol
law iinn of Hill 4t FaHbrd, has built
ron High Street, one of the finest reai-
' in town, and to our mind one of
- . 1 i. .1 TTl,. -.1 1
IS '
r : I JIT.-.L ill lailLI'tl. Jlin lllill L'. ItllNtTll
tly comnletcd will be in every rcsnect
rcleaant one beautiful home.
Nsuitn. "While the news of the lire
s yet fresh, on Monday, there was
He a imh of t artics to the airencv of
pssrs Dewey, Noble & Co., to get in
ded. 'Ihe loss of a few tliniiands liv
. Bugg, and the want of a Hulllcicnt
Ainguishcr, set people not only to
Miking but to acting.
l:nm.TVi'v. Thn Whi tnh.il 1 Times
j 'es the following item : A little incl-
i it .jccurreu at l'ouitney, on nisi wcck
dnesday, that created, for a short ,
EVc cAuito a .eiuation. At twelve
'look, in., a deer of the largest mze
fs fcen coming down the valley from
.i-i. ..a it... i. p 1
' 1 1 1 111 1 1 III. I I 1 1 I If I ! I 1 I, III 1114 MH'IMl.
A -" '
" ' " : ,
t ust out. lie took a circuitous route
n ith of the villtiRO, crossed the Poult-
y River, ciosed the railroad, and
.ue trades lor one of the mountains
! !,-i ti.. .j- i i i i
ill 1lH " lil li 11 lifciiMti 'a l,r.iiii1a
in foine point near Lake Champlain,
perhaps tho north woods.
J Put fftivn nf lnrwof lifia vnfn1 In ci.ll
Lebanon Springs R. R. stock and
ids at par.
r
A. Knight, formerly Principal of
1,) North Bennington Academy, is lo-
cd atAtlanta, Georgia, and largelyen-
rnrl in tho fruit nninilnrr hiitiltinaa
. " . ... w-w ...... v.. ....... . '
's tite Banner.
Km DniNicwiNi:, of Falrflotl. lost u
PoHu't-tiookcontnhiliJKSTOln ttu streets
uf St. Albans lust Saturtlny. Si-o mlver-tlpenieiit.
AcciDi'N'r. A Swltohtnnu, nntned
Kdwnnt Tucker, in tho eniploy of the
Vt. Central It. It., nt this plnee, wns
naught between two ears and badly
Biiuezeil in the chest thlHinominc. Ur.
Nichols was promjitly called, and the
injured man cared for. The Dr. thinks
that no bones were broken and the In
jury will not prove pcrloua.
IticHMOND Makkkts. September 21.
Cheese, 1,000 to 1,2')0 boxes at 14 1-2 to
15 1-4 cents per pound, and it is still
coming in from the surrounding towns.
Butter, not such a rush as cheese, but
sold readily from 40 to 41 1-2 cents per
pound. Marketing unusually active.
Jiurliiifflon Tivics.
On. II. 11. BAXTint, of lUitland, has
donated to the public for a park, or
common, the valuable piece of ground
on Grove Street, and west of his prince
ly residence. The General encloses and
ornaments the grounds at his own cost.
Thouhu-i Among Tin: Kxi'itixssCoM
tan'iks. The Troy Press says there is a
high old time just now among our Ex
press Companies. For three weeks past
the Dncctois of the several Companies
have been in session at New York, try
ing to arrange malteis, but without any
satisfactory result. The American Ex
press Company has been a great sull'er
er,we believe, by the recent consolida
tion, and it is rumored that the Mer
chants' Union will be compelled to
withdraw from the arrangement recent
ly entered into. Things arc working,
and, if we mistake not, our people may
expect to hear of some astonishing de
velopments boon.
Di:atii of Roniuvr Hanafoud. The
vencralde Robert llanaford, of Under
bill, died in that town on the (5th inst.,
at the age of 101 years. lie was proba
bly, at his death, the oldest man in
ChiUenden County, if not in the State.
Mrs. Ohas. Potter was released from
the Chittenden County jail last Thur -ditv,
her bail (So.OOOj having been fur
nished by Mr. G. A. Austin, of Bur
lington.
Fhdd Crops.
Editors St. Albans Transcript:
Under this head there was one or two
samples of grain exhibited at the late
Fair. The examination and award oi
premiums on field crops do not come
properly nt the Fall Exhibition, but be
fore the annual meeting in January.
As the whole crop has to be harvested
and weighed or otherwise measured, it
is not supposed that this can always be
accomplished in season for the Fall Ex
hibition. A detailed report of the soil, manner
of cultivation, &c, is required, as those
interested can ascertain on reference to
the rules of the Society.
Those having samples of grain at the
Fair are etirncstiy requested to present
the same at the annual meeting next
January, with the required report, when
the Committee will endeavor to faith
fully attend to their duties in this De
partment. The reports can be sent at any time to
the Secretary of the Society, or to the
undersigned
Now, brother farmers, the knowing
how to produce good crops is a faculty
worth possessing, and telling others
"how to do it" is an act worth record
ing, so please send in.the report.
I think tho plan of ottering premi
ums on seed wheat, oats, &c, as well as
on corn anil potatoes, distinct from field
crops, worthy of attention.
For the Committee,
E. II. Towlk,
West Berkshire P. O.
ItoiiiiiNa of A VmmoNTicii in
Titov Wo find in tho Troy Whig ol
Friday, the following :
One of the contractors engaged in the
, construction of the Lebanon Springs
i Railroad, named J. C. Collins, arrived
1 in town on Mond iy, and made his head
quarters at the Union House, opposite
! the Union depot, lie was accompanied
by an intimate Iriend, and both occupied
the same apartment. During Monday
evening, Collins and his friend imbibed
I reel v, ami at a late hour were assisted
to their room by some persons stopping
at the house. On Tuesday mornint:, on
1 t.l. .Mr -!....- .1
hml been rohbed-Collin-4 ot $700 in
jrreenbaekrt and two watches, onefold
and tlie other niivcr. both valued at Sjoi).
1 1 liu frinnil rfiiunrl tn cfnfo tlio nmniint.
' -.v.-...-,vw ""vv vv wtaav
. C I v I , . I v . . X' .. i M .. '..II! .-.II
, on upon ttie ueteettves, ami tietaiieu to
them thocireumstancesas herein stated.
Olllcers EiiKlish and Kirk immediately
started out ami froon alter brought to the
station-house two persona who were in
the hotel at the time. Tho prisoners
were searched, but nothing wa3 lounu
upon their persons to warrant their
detention. They wero accordingly re
leased.
Mr. Collins is a resident of Benning
ton, Vt., where he is well known and
highly respected. He started for homo
yester ay, wen satisnea that ins reavy
loss was the result of his own indis
cretion. Tho 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
the very low price, One Dollar. Every
Druggist sells it. 4w
Nkvku too Lati: to Mt.ni. After J
nearly ruining your hair by the use of
lard preparations, under ihe name and!
guise of "oils," apply lianett's Vegeta-
hie llair itostorative, wnien uoi nni.v
renews hvt realote? it to its original soft-nci-H
and lustre. Tcrrc Haute hxpnsx.
dfcw
Sciatica Is a pain beginning at the
hip and follows the course of the sciatic
nerve, and is generally a purely neural
gic or nervous pain. To cure it. use
Itenne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil on the
painful parts, and also in the hollow of
tho loot. If ti e blood be in a low state,
a preparation of iron must be given at
the same time but the Magic Oil alone
generally cures.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
LOST.
IN thin village, last Satin day, a Pocket Hook
containint,' about suventy tioilars, and homo
papers. The tinder will ho suitably ievarded
on lei vine thesamn at the Tit.v.VHCitii'T otllee.
KL1 imiNKWINH.
.St. Alh.MlH, Sept. 22, 1808.
13
Ov- HAVS.
B
OYS t.U'S.
Of all kinds, just leocive.) at
Win. N. SMITH, 'V 'U
G-
t KNTS SUA WhS Just received
Wtu. N. SMITH, A CXI.
I O TO WM. N. SMITH
.V GO'S for your
Dlaek Sack (,'oats.
,V CJ'S for limine, ss
Suits of ali kin Is.
(jT
o to wm. N..s.airii' i
, CO's tm good Uiotn-
in vr cheap.
O to Wm. N. SMITH, .t Co. for
uood bar
VJi
gains in c.othhig and Hats ami Caps, and
iv tliin in tticir hue.
"TJ ANTS
JL go to
AMj VJ'.SST, tor Fall and Winter
Wm. N.SVItlH.'.V OO'A.
LJtlUJtl' FltorivSof all Kinds, just received
O at Win. N. .SMI 'II, X Co.
B
OYS ChiJl'lIlNU ot all kinds just received
at Wm. .. SMI i ll, .v U l.
"ITOUTli'S CLOl'HINl! of all Ki.id.i cheap
JL at Win. N. S.dirii, A C ,
"1 (ito Wm. N. SMITH .V CL"S, for your
VjT.md Caps tor their stock is all new.
Hats
SACK CUAThFOK Sl'lihNO, go to
WM. N. SMITH CP'S.
HA TM, liAiS, HATS,
CATS, CAPS, CAPS.
Ail the Stvlcs just received at
Win. N. SMITH, .V. CO'H.
OV1MOA.S of all km li
lit Wm-N.SMITH, .t fO'S.
rilitlai L'OAT.i in Short Frocks,
and l'ull
X riocks of all kinds and colors at
WqiN. SMI'TIL.t CO'S.
B
OYS and Y'outh'sClothing of all kinds, just re
ceived at
Win. N. SMI I'll, It CO'S,
BO IS Over Coats gf all kinds at
Wm. .N. SMITH, .V CO'S.
f LAuK Pants and Vests o.' all kinds
just ro-
JL)ecived nt
Wm. N. SMU'll. JcCO.
WOOh SCAHFSof every description, just ro
ll ccived al Wm. N. SMU'tl, .V CO'S.
GhOVKS, GLOVFS, of all !iimU, of all kinds
at Wm. N. SMI I'll, .v. CO'S.
Lh Uio new stvlcs of Fuih and Scarfs no'V
opened at Wm. N. SMI I'll, .V CO'S.
1
C"t.v.Jbh and see the best Stock of Clothing,
J Hats and Caps and Furnisliine; Goods in the
Mute, at
Wm. N. SMIl'H, A CO.
OVEHCOAl'S of all kinds just recei.vtd and for
sale cheaper than ativ other House in Vir
mont, by W.M. N. SMITH, A CO.
"M1E best stock of Clothing in tho State just
ceived at
WM..N.SMITII..V CO'S.
F
ULL Suits in largo variety
at WM. N. SMITH, A CO S.
ANTS and Vests of nil kinds just arrived
at
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
SHIRTS and Drawers of all kinds now opening
nt WM. N. SMITH, .V CO'S.
CLOTHING for Fall and Winter, just received
at Smith's new Block, WM. N.SMITH,SCO'
btvlos ot l'ull and Winter Hats
now opening at Wm. N. Smith, A CO'S.
XTEw Stylo of Fall and Winter Cans inst ro
ll
ceived at
Wm. N. SMITH, S Go's.
B
LACK
Sack
l outs in every style,
at
win. l. smitlwv cos,
Smith's new Block.
BUSINESS F110CKS, of all kiuds, for Fall and
Winter, now opening nt
Win. N. SMITH S CO'S.
PLAID WOOL MIUU'S in laigo variety of
stvles, now opening nt
Wm. N. SMITH A CO'S.
Gr
LOVES of all kinds just received
at wji. iv. roi nil .t i;u.
LX and Winter Clothing
OVltilOOA'i'S of all kinds, and cheap
at Wm. N. SMITHS CO'S.
0
a) nil. so,
CLOl'HIs'G,
OLJ THING,
CLUntl.Nli!
Tlio largest Stock of Clothing, Hats and Caps
mil Furnishing Goods over oilcrud tor sale in
Vermont, is now opened at
Win. N. SMI TH, A CO'S,
Smith's New Block,
a
Over Shirts of
til kinds, just received i.t
win. r. suii ii, ,v ni s,
" ALDIS HALL."
Boarding and Day Sohool for Young
Ladies.
rpitE FALL TEBM will begin WEDNESDAY,
JL SEP 1' KM lllllt Uth. 1b0S.
MISS K'lONE, an accomptished teacher, will
take charge ot the classes in vocil and instru
iii"iitul music.
Fjr terms, Sc., nddresa
J. W.TAYLOH. A. M.,
12)dvr-tf J'riuaiihil.
ikSAHUL S. HYDE,
DKALF.lt IN AI.I. KINDS OI'
First Class Groceries ! !
DAlUtOW 11I.OCK, ST. ALBANS, V
ConfciHting in part of
r.
Flour,
Pork,
Fish,
Sugar,
Teas,
d-tf
Ac, d'c.
STRAYED.
INTO tho Rani of tho St. Albans House, on tho
Hth inst., a brown mare, 3 or 4 years old, Ri
hands h gh, one white foot and star ill the fore
head. The owner can huve tho fume hy calling
at the St. Albans House and paying charges, l
tio paving for this advertisement.
li)5tf
VERMONT
Fire Insurance Co,
Aotlrr of A'lirmiuniM for 1S0S.
The members of tho Vermont Mutual Tiro In
surance Company ale hereby notilled that th
followine; assessments have been inado by tho
direcloirt on all tiotei in force on the. folhmine;
days, to wit :
September 0, 1807,
Noveinhei' 1, 1807,
Deecinbi r 'J3, 1807,
January l'J. 18CS,
J per cent.
per cum.
percent,
per cent,
jier cent.
lrr cent,
per cent.
.March 18, lSIW.
April 1808,
Alilll f), JBliM.
April 20, 1808,
Mav la, 1803,
July 1, 1 808,
Jlllv U, 1SC8,
j per cent.
4 per cent.
k ter eeut.
I per cent.
Making 3 per cent, for tho year eudiue; Agnft
1, 1808. Mi id percentage to be cast upon the
original amount of the premium note, without
reference to any endorsement; and to be paid to
the Treasurer, "at his otllee in Monjpelii r, on or
before the 14th d y ot October, 1808.
Members ot the l'oin any will tliidin thehands
of the lteprcxentathes elect to the Legislature,
or Local Agents of the Company, n schedule
Minwii:( the amount of assessment duo from
inch respectively; and they aie pauticularlv do
hired to see that the money for their assess
aunts is forwarded to the olliee in October.
'I hu assessment must be paid when due. Those
who full thus to pay ought not to enpuct to hu
paid if their properly is destroyed by l'ne. A
little attention to this on the p.iit of thn Mem
bers ot Ihe Company, at proper time, will save
then, expense and trouble. -,co Section 8th,
Act of Incorporation, on your policy, which will
be clilbiced.l
J. T. TIIUnSTOS.
Monlprhcr, Sept. 1, 1838. Trvatutvr.
:i-2:il
ELECTION !
LCOK OUT FOR SPLIT TICKETS ! !
A BATCH OF TRUTH'S ! ! I
Wr. would respectfully call the attention of
the public, to our new and well selected assort
i meiit of Full and Winter Clothing ju.-t received.
, Comprising Fall and Winter Over-Coats of all
tho different Styles, also lilack -and llluu Tricot
Suits, Black Castor do., Drown Meltons do.,
Silk Mixd. and Fancy Casr. do. Got up in the
latest style, l'.tnts and vests in now mid desir
able patterns. Also a huge assortment of Hats,
and Com, adapted for Full and Winter usu.
We also have a large assortment of Gents'
; Furnishing Goods, comprising Under Shiits
, and Drawers, l'l.tiu and Fancy Flannel Over
! Shirts, ltuek Gloves, Neckties, Paper Collars
and everything comprising a First Class Furnish
ing Store. Also a large assortment of Full and
I Winter lioots, which we offer at prices that can
not be beat in 1'ialiMili County.
Give us n call and satisfy yourselves. Goods
shown with pleasure, ltemember tho place.
MOltTON ,t PEIICY.
Luke Street. American House Dlock. dvvtt-03.
PIANO FOR SALE.
"ItI" It. PHOCTOn has for sale, at a vkiiy low
LTI. hate, a very line Piano, 7 l-l octave, lto-e-
wood case, carved legs, Ac. ; Manufactured by
the United Piano Forte Co.. New York. Those
desirous of pur ihaaiug it piano would do well to
call at Jir. rroetor s rooms, ju. i, miiuii ji uiouk,
before imrchasing elsewhere. Mr. Proctor has
also tho aueiicv for Steinvvuv ,V Sons, and most
of the liostou Piano Munufactoi ies, and is pre
pared to oiler Pianos and Parlor Organs at very
low rates. luuutl
iron own doxjLa.ii :
SELL DHESS I'ATTLHNS. PANT Pat.
V terns, Webs, Cotton Cloth, Shawls, Car-
petings, Sheetings, Dry ami laiicy Goods, So.,
Sc. u-euliirH sent L'ree, giving lull particu
I r i ... j . I . . 1 1 .
IlllS; Or AHrncvim. OUHl iiu AUlltlL.
describing twelve different articles which wo will
sell for One Dollar Kuril.
Ladies and gentlemen wanted as Agents,
to whom the most liberal inducements arc offer
ed, and satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
CHAS. LETTS A. CO.,
Manufacturers' .l;ci(s,
ri ib on rEDEUAi, svincri',
20S-ly Boston, Mass.
VT. TEANSCEIPT
Print inGr
,ST. ALBANS.
H. A. CUTLER, --PROPRIETOR
All Triiiting brought to thU Office, both Plain
and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten
tion, nt prices as Ionv as tho times will admit.
We do our work much better than can any
Olllce that will do a job of printing for nothing
for tho sake of depriving us of it, and wo are
ready to compare our work with auy similar
class of printing done in the cities, both in neat
ness and price.
Hand your orders into tho Transcript Rook
and Job Printing Establishment if you take any
prido in having jour printing done in a work
manlike manner.
iNfol itttS !' OlHNOlUtlOll.
milE liartnerHhiii heretofore existiiiK botwertu
JL Win. Locke and Louis MeU. Knullh umlir
the firm name of Locko A Smith. U this day
uissoiveu ny mutual eunpsai, a" uq-uh uu.o uiv
former llrul muht bu paid at their old place of
businonv WILLIAM LOCKE,
LOUIS McD. SMITH,
St, Altai s, March 18, 1807. 107-tf.
IV Utlicll
Goldsmith & Seavey,
GENERAL LSVHANE AGENTS,
GADCOMB'S
BUILDING,
NO J! TH MA IN St. , ST. A L HANS, Vt.
Life, Fire, Inland and Accidental
Insurance effected in Reliable
Comjianics.
Losses equitably adjusted and Promjit
lj Paid
lOld&wtf
TiOH Sl'lUNO STYIX (If SILK HATS, call at
V WM N.SMITH t I.
l'lidMiix Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
OF IIABTFOItl), CONN.
A favorable onnortunifv is ureflented to ener
getic and reliable business men who can devote
their entire time to the business, to represent
this old. staunch, and most successful Lite Com
pany, in unoccupied territory in tho Statu of
Vermont. Tho many popular features peculiar
to the l'lueliix Mutual, and tho creat I'dvantnccs
it oilers to the insuring public -ltsfreedom from
restrictions on travel and occupation -its lion-
lorieiiamc policies its nocrai premium system
tho economy ot the inanag merit, and its' largo
annual dividends, render it tho most profitable
Com any toAgents desirousof realizing a hand-
otue competency by tiieir entcrpriso ami ener
gy. Apply to U. h. I1AHCOCK,
statu Agent l'luiMux .Mutual Lire ins. 'Io.
dO-tf Union Illock, ltutlaud, Vt.
SrOTZOE.
Mr. F. h. Goodsneed's New House at Missi-
quoi llpiings, is now ready for the reception of
boarders. d:Wdf
GRAHAM FLOUR.
A Superior urtielo of (trnham Flour, for sale
at tho Htoro of BAltNKS S CHOWLIJY,
d:i3-tt Lake Street.
New Store and New
Goods.
C. R. PELL,
WITH
ROBERT KINGSLEY,
IHtlSCOLL'S SEW l5hi)(!K,
IAEE ETHEET'.
ST. ALBxVNS, VT.
HA VI! Just opened t..o largest stock of Crock
ery, comprising all thn new and desirable
KuUeniH, rreiicb, l.hina ami Bolienuuu Fancy
and Tnble Glass Ware, Cutlery nnd Plated Waro,
ev r olTered in this County.
We also call attention to our Stock of
F011EIC.N AND DOMESTIC DltY GOODS,
WHITE GOODS, LINENS,
FANCY GOODS,
NOTIONS AND SMALL WAUE.
The undersigned would respectfully aimonnco
to the public that wo l.avo adopted the OAH
5;vn';jt, ami u.ms riviuji.
Driscol's Now Block, Lake St. St. Albans, Vt,
llOilKUT KINGSLEY.
!)3tf
St. Albans Dining Rooms,
LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS,
DOWNING & STEERE
PROPBIETORS
"TTABM MEALS or Lunches served at all
1 y hours, in the best style.
Fresh Baltimore Oysters.
Received daily and supplied to tho Trade
wholesale, prices. nltlG dSwtf
nt
ATTENTION ! !
Wc propose to fight it out on this line
for the next
SEVENTEEN YEARS!
No Terms but Unconditional Surrend:r
We make Peace by a vigorous
prosecution ol' THE WAR!!
AGENTS WANTED in every Town, toennvatis
Eunilovinent for Gentlemen or Ladies.
Individual, Town, County or State Bights for
sale.
Letters Pntont were granted us August IS, for
a new device tor catctnng lltes, by winch any
ladv can nil tier liotise or those rests, as reuoilj
as she can dust her parlor. Wo curry on the
war accordim: to the rules of civilized nations
resorting to no Poisons, Sticking Plaster, or
Chemical combinations, but, like " Crocliot
'coon." they come dow n. Wo live by aeiion not
words ! Gentlemen or Ladies, TRY US. We
present you tho best Held and inducements for
canvusHiiiK to bu found in tho United States.
Communications addressed to us will receive
prompt attention.
McGOWAN SHALE,
23:i-i.veod St. Albans. Vt.
GRAND OFSHTXNG !
O F
FALL GOODS
A T
H. 0. POST , & 00. 's
TUST RECEIVED from New Turk, a splendid
tf Line or ot
New and Choice Dress Goods,
Includim:
EinpreMb Cloths Epiiignline. French Serges
l?:il. .....I W....I U .M l'....l....i l.'.....n . li.H.
fill. IUI IIWUl, UllUb JL .'J'llllQ I IVIIk.l .......
noes, with a great
Varietv of Plain nnd Poplin Altiacas,
and'Chene Poplim, nil at VERY
LOW PRICES. Wc have a full
Line of
DRESS TRIMMINGS!
Consisting of
Silk Fringes, Dlaek and Colored
Velvet Ribbons, with Ruttons and
Gimps to match. Our Stock of Prints
Rleachcd and Drown Cottons, Delains, in
fact everything iu tho line of Domestics, is full
also
a full line of
Cashirooros, Tailor's Trim
mings, Glavcfc, Hosiery, Shawls,
Divtchcas Kidds, and Breakfast Shawls
A Choice line of Dry Grocories may always be
found in stock
, p, ..
Plcnun call tun! examine Goods and Prices be
fore purchasing Isowhere.
II. C. POST, A Co.
Cor. Main and Fairfield Sts., St. Allans, Yt.
dJ:wtfnlOO.
BY TELEGRAPH
for the Vtrmont T.-aucrlpt,
LATEST NEWS!
Washington, Sept. 22.
An actual count shows that there was
a full quorum of Mcmbcra of the House
at the Capitol yesterday. Ons hundred
and twelve members are known to have
been In the building, and it is believed
that two others were in the city.
CJen, Butler yesterday filed with tho
Journal clerk a letter setting forth the
facts of his arrest at the suit of Kimbcr
ly Brothers, claiming that it was a
breech of tho privileges of the House.
The matter will be considered by tho
Judicious Committee.
Ni:w York, Sept. 22.
Advices from Bio Janeiro of the 20th
tilt., state that the surrender of thePara
guayan garrison on the Peninsula, near
Humaita, took place after 10 days' des
pcrato struggle, and when the Paraguay
ans had been three days without food,
and many of them prost rated by ex
haustion. The conditions stipulated
that they should not be forced to tcrvo
against Lopez, and should choose their
own place of residence in the allied na
tion. According to Gen. Asores, Humaita
was a very weak point in its defence ; it
should have been captured long ago.
Tho evacuation was going forward for
nearly two weeks before it wan discov
ered by the allies.
Intelligence from Buenos Ayres Is to
the effect that a storm passed over tho
city on the 13th of August the day upon
which the terrible earthquake visited
the west coast and was attended with
great loss of life.
Numerous vessels were sunk in the
harbor, nnd several housca were blown
down.
New York, 22.
The Ku-Klux aro said to havelnvadcd
New Jersey. For some time the mys
terious warning with the symbolic
cords, daggers, bloody heads, and cof
fins have been received by Radical
members of military companies, threat
ening them with death.
On Sunday night, Lieut. Bymmer, of
Company H, New Jersey Itiflc Corps,
was knocked down by a slung shot in
Kearney, and when found was insensi
ble. Near him was a pistol marked Ku
Klux, and there are othor evidenccB of
tho presence of the Klan.
The police are now on the track of tho
mysterious murderers.
Chicago, Sept. 22.
A serious rupture has occurred be
tween Bishop Dttggan and some of hia
clergy in this city. Tho matter has been
referred to Rome for adjustment. In
the mean time the Rev. D. Dume, Vice
General of the Diocese, nnd the Rev.
Father Rolling, and Dr. McMullin nro
suspended.
St. Louis, Sept. 22.
I The citizens of Omaha nnd this city
held a meeting at Oninha to-daj', at
which the project of building an airline
to this city was agreeed upon.
New York, 22.
Gold, 113.
REAL LOTERIA DE LA 1SLADECUUA.
In the drtwincs for 1S(!3 theio vrill bo 26.-
uOO Tickets,
$390,000 IN COZ.D.
I) mini Once in Seventeen Vayr
Prices paid in Gold. Prizes cashed und infor
mation given by
iji.unur. uriiAJi.
173-ly C3 N. Main St., Providence. It. I.
ALL
READY.
THE-
NEAV STEAM MILL!
-OF
Bingham & Lincoln,
r.'eiu- the Kr lp;lit Depot, SI. Allmn.H, Vt.,
IH now ready to grind corn meal, fine or coarse,
and nil kinds of grain for feed. This Mill
tvu built hv llnlnu t A: Hliiiieliiuil. of Ron
ton, of the "best French Rurr, is complete in eve-
. ' t -...1 !.. t . !...lNj .
ry re&pccL, ami in eiipauiu ui grinning i weiiiy
ti've btiHhels per hour. Reing dependent on
neither wind or Hoods tor power, we can do all
work of this kind without hindrance to our cus
tomers. We shall bo prepared to furnish corn
in tho kernel, or ground, nnd at all tinieii freh
and its cheap ns elsewhere. Wo aro aho ready
to receive ordcrx for
Sash, Blinds ntitl Door?,
Moulding nnd Houso Finishings of every de
scription, of us good material and workmanship
as any other shop in the State.
JOB WORK,
SncU as
Plaining,
Matching,
Turning,
Scroll Sawing,
Ac.,
Done to irder with Machinery which is now mid
ot the latest improvements. With these facili
ties to give perfect satisfaction, wo solicit .
(.bare of public patronage
BINGHAM A LINCOLN
St. Albaiia, Fwh.27. 1WI7 l.M-tf.
To Rent.
CtOMMEROIAL College Rooms; possession
; given Sept., 1st. Threo Rooms easy of
access, and very pleasant situation for Cluli
Rooms or olllces.
WSI. N. SMITH.
St. Albans, Aug. 3, ISiiS. d70tf
LOST.
BETWEEN Fulton Market, St. Albans, and
the Fair Ground, or on it, a dark colored
morrocco wallet, containing I5I, and a receipt
from Severance. A Co., Boston, to E. C. Guitar
The finder will receive a reward .f 50 ou return
ing the wallet to E. O. GALLAR.
Bt. Albans, I9th Sept., I8C8. ullltX

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