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V er mont 1 ranscript.. ST. ALBA-ISTS, VT, S EPTJ5MBKR 1868. Vol. I. Vermont Daily Transcript, publish i;d each evening. ' ui Itar..e.' ,, W., St. Mhanf. VI. WUAWW 1 DAVIS. I'ltop'it. Wit.m it 1'. Davis, ,W0,.j, Al.MONf HAUNTS', lJ'""0'' terms: r year, in advance ix months, in advance Jiltrt mo.iUis, in advance, f'..i. ii- .'.. i i nii"P ifi.00 I 1.00 2.(1(1 j l.i r'i- i.i :.( ' should bn handed in as early ( iii. n , l'ini i I Hi!' day of tlicirlntended rul- BUSINESS CARDS. 1 i 3 VUM's.v. ( RmVLF.Y, Dealers in Groceries ") a ii.l Yiit MmihIh iii't very ik script ion, 1 rius Ni . lit .'.I . L.ikc Stieet, St. Alban, Ver-j out 21o.tr TTt I l'l I V l'l!IV(l 'JIV AT VI IVI V A- M ill WW 1 llllll.lti .i.vn..,,,. iv . ), i n ii il,., nt Law and Solicitor in Chan ir. Ol ! vili H S. Roycc, Rraincrd Block, ui ii v i ziss-iy j :;Uf.K. IJWI. .t ADV.MS COUNSEL- ! ') OIs T I V and Si.'.ic itir in Chatic. v . 'pile- 1,1 I I) IU I ii, St. vlli.it, s, Vt. 07-tf j (VNA I lull ! . I'UlKIMVIs, 11. r. AllvMs. I -- J 111 . i l I . - -v .M.ij.-i 111 il'ilini 1 Xt l""' U' Cliilihci ( lTi. 'lltlillH, I ' -nits 1' .-tur. - ,,nd lVtMe Fr.itin s, Wall Villi- Wu. ! .-.i r,"i..f. M Ulvin. Vt. Clll-lf 1 im I I 1 . EATON. VHoiin .-. at Lai., ' T I . I 1 I 1 . . . . Ill ClllU'i i i j , ( .ilnhnilge , t. j w 't. v. , kaihs. . V J V 1 I 'I I.I . I . . . I I .' 1 I V 1 .1 T I. . . I ..II I iiulu l l , . (ir . D.urow Bloc!.. St. Al- I I1 ' A . . . . .!! i II S, I I ! I'l t . . 17 1 ft M I II 4111' 1 !...., t.t... .. ,....1 ...... " I ... I.. .... II... tf..!. I,.. ,.p I., J Jsl'llll. I I 1 tt. Ill .1 tl- .11 llll- J 1111 I'i EMI I l ll'l. lit Oi:if' : 1 airfield street, over Me-srs-p..nnli 1' h C'l.itliin.., IlmiM'. llS?-ly lsVJ-ti A ll,s.V, AttompvH :it Law, ,i- 1 -..I, ltiu- in Cliancoiy. Ollico in No- Ni Jil.ii li, St. Allians Vt. Attonil Cimits idn 1 ti l'liinUliii, Orlrnii.i, and Kntuoillc uiti. . 10'J-tl C 1,1 M ON, W. II. WILSON-. CIIiJI. N , I) 10 XT 1ST. - OIUco in tlio J. KIN(,M.N( 11LOCK, Main St., opiKLsitc tlic m,,.,...i, i.tr rr it. 31' (iOWAX, IJKXTlSTOlUcii r Wi ad and Diiicn'M Dni ttnri-, A '.Mf I ' .l tY i 1 M'I VI IV t? t Vli ifilTVL' l.M it 4 . U'lt T LAW. Alfo, Ai'iit tin- llrt h ji iriiiit'o t. iininiiiiiL.il, aim nn iiinaniiiif; . i -i ..iy, Al". (I.' Kill UM 1 IILI--hW IIUIC. l-li .. -. ' .11 iiji iit:j uilll v.illlini. lli'l til haw and Sulicitin in Chancery. Oilier vi r A 4lll. I .t.'i I........ ,...1 II .1 .. . V .. I ..I I ..... 1 ..'I- All , jl'. S. ill attend to Collectionx, andinosseciito ,v, or Id unity to Soldn rw, WidowV and lnvalid' I1M 1IH, iVC, ,.'. il-ll '') 1 II.VKD&OX'S I'KTUKK (SA I.I.Kit V, l' Mam, oiiimMte llaniv Strui-t, St. Albans, M iiNtiniM (lit.. ii iill niiiir.4 lit tlwi il.iv. iui(iay .'L,i'pie(i.; .wi iiil' laiL'hi Myieui jui--,ns niiiili' at thin Oallcry. Allinins' and I'ir- c 1 'rami m, Stiit ocopie and card Pii'turcn of rniont Sct iu rv, all at low lirici's. Call cinlv , dolttn. T. (i. ..lCUAHUSON, lj"-ti. l'roprii'toi. ' 1 i:()iici: k. i;oi;;n ro.v, Attornov and 11 T 1 l ..I!.... J...I. A I 'UllhUllll III J.ai illlll rMIHClllJl ill UK Ii .l, St. Alluiiih, Vcrniont. OHici near hu l'mt llicl . lili.l l I'Mili'iirc mi V(.ldili Htri.t. Alt-o, Linttd Statct- Ciiinnil'iMioncr, Coniniis- 'iw V ni' lli.i.ilu Ii.l- ll,i. KImIi.m nf K..U- iil'l.- iibailnistttn, mid otlu-r Statcw. lie will i;ie ;. onipi tiiiuiiiiini io an proiecionai uiiHinen 11. ii'ln..). 1... i.inv 1... i..,li i,Mt.il jj-jt. AIDallB, ADV. 1, 16U1. II TT S. MllllVII'll. l',..,,.I.V...l (. ..,,! ..iwl rf' . i.. ,. 1.'.. .... I ir i . ..i int. i.iii. uincatu il nun iiiuiia i u.ui . ,'d iurKn rq .iii'id, and'keys litted, Ac. M. AilJ.ill!-. t. 17.1-lv i AMISS STOXH, (IltllCKll, ICingniaii Block Mam Streit, St. Albans. Vt. 11(1 .vnitAii IlltO'l'IIISItS, IRON MER i .1 CHANTS. ,..il rs in Nai'.s, Glass, Oils, Paints, Agricul ,'ai I iols, whi"ii we oiler at a low cabh liguie liguu t orner Lake and Main streets. At. VHj.iiim, Mmcli 10, lhUl. 1-tf ilililtHltT nit.VI.MUtn. dealer in Fore '" i and domestic Drv Goods. Boots and ,ois iankee Notions, corner of Main and Bank i l , nt. AHians, vt. 103 'til Vltl.lOS WV.HA.V. .li.:il,.i- in l'iiii, Wnteli. ( . . I 1....!... .....1 1 1.... ........I I'll.... i iwi-ii-i uiiu ,i I'll i ii.-. , .lien (ij run el .lll) ,f vtr riiiteil XV lire, l auev dooils u irreat va- ,.iy. n i -n licp.unug ami t.iigrav.ug. r-i, I'oaus, , t It Vli:itl) it SIM'.AU. !i.im in l-Mi.i.v ri ii. . . . . , . i . ... wr ami iiouiesuc i;ry vioous, piain ami iancv ssiiutres, Cobergs, ti. 117. .V. O. 111! VINUItll. WAltUUN II. S1T.AIS. ninth Mam Street, St. Albans, Vt. r.j Liwi-iiii., dealers m Dry (iooil.- HI - mill i')inwn V'tit-iiK frnniti-iito rm-iuii- k-1 tun And FairluMstroctri, St. AHmun, Yt. 117 MEitlCAN HOL'SE, ltiehford. Vt., Jerry B. 'A. Sweatland Proprietor. This House is loc.tt- in tlie centre ot tlte village, near the Custom :ukc. Po.it-Ollico and .Mills. llill-lv I I ILL A S Vr FORD, Attorneys at Law, and X. Soliiitois m I lianci Ollioii. Lake Street Albans t. (152Aw2Jl-tf. G.A. SviToisn. II. J. Hilt. V V I D C R A W F O R 1), Book Binder and l Blank Bui k Mannfiictiiri r, ' .liiyiiiun iiiocK, ot. iiuuiis, v i. 'ink Bin Imp in every st vie from the cheapest 1 the iiu st eustlv, and all done iua thorough 1 inn r . i -n I - I - Mi A 11. in .Dec. 20 1HH7 IfiCinO J TIltAJI l'llJlltH, ' JL rnoi-uiCToii of Tin: I T.T TTi X3 T n A TT TT rs TT r. Tn l I 1 1 . . .. 0. M. PIERCE Clkki;. .Roiiioved. ) R. fi.S. CLARK has removed to .ci.ulh Main Street. O lice at i s res de St Albans, Jlnj. 2, HIT HORACE P. HALL, M. D. j li.aie 01 me Al'Iliy, iVC.,J as letunie.lto St. Albans, and may bo found ii. i mi initti'.ii in u(c .viiicricaii noiei. iu'iiuuiar iiiic'iiiinu paid to iip L'l'alive Siii'KUi')' 1 ."'.-1 y ? OVERCOATS or all kinds, and cheap nt WM. N. SMITH iV CO'S. VKIIMO.NT CKXTIIAI. AXI) SUI.I.l VAX ItAlLllOAIJH. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Oommciicmn Sept. 14. 13U3. TIIAINH (I01.NO HOlTIl AM: UAtST Leave St. Alitalia at i a. in., l'i.OJ noon, and S.dO n. in. Mail Train leaven ll.iu.io Vo lit at 4:10 ft. in., receive". pa-eiif:erH fiviii Of;d''iilmrRli It. It., and connects at White liiver Junction Mid Uol Iowh l'nlln with tiaiiiD lot Uoiton, WorcoHtor, Spriiifjlleld, mid with trains on l'liH-aiinpfiu It. It.. nnivcM at New York at 10. ! p. in. nnv UxpreHs leaves Montreal at H;10a. in., St. JohtiH at 1(1:00 a. in., OKdensbiirijli at ir00 a. in., Itonsi-'u Point at 10:4.r. a. in., for ISoston, Ac, ai riviiiL' in lliwtiiii. via. Lowell at lOiilOli. in. NlKht KxpresH leaves OKdcnfdmrj,'h at 1.00)', in., Montreal at .1:30 p. in.. ltoui-eV Point at (l.tlo p. in., St. .loluiH at fl:W) p. in., arm-intf at Itoston at S.10 a. in., connictini; at liillows Kails Willi Cheshire, ltoad tor Boston and Worcester ami with Vermont Vallcv Kailroad i'orSpriiigliold, Ac , and .u ri villi; in NowYork at 12.H0 i. m. TWAINS OOIXO N011T1I AND WT.8T. Leave St. Allians for Montreal al 0:10 n. in., and li:3.-i p. m. l'or llontic's Point, 0(,'dcnsliiir,'h and the West at (l:0.i and ll:0t) u. in., and ('..UO i. in. Day Express leaves l!oton via. Lowell 8.IIJ a tn. fur !nrliii(,ton, St. Albans, Montreal. Ac. arriviiiK at Montreal at 111:0 1 ji. in., I l.lonsbnrjh at 12:i!() a. in., making close connection with the train for the Wnst. Mail Train leaves Huston via Lowell, at 7:0) a. in., via Lawrence and l'itchbnrf; ,it 7.80 a.m.. Sprinuilold at 7:15 a. m., for lliirlini;ton, and St. Albans. '1'lie trains leavuiK lloston via. Fitohbur-,' at 7:30 a. in., and SpriiiL'lield nt 7:13 a. in., connect at While liiver .lunction with the Day Express train. Accommodation Train leaves Northtiuld at 7': lf a. in., for HmliiiKti li, lint land, St. Albans, House's 1'oint. OKondeslmrKli, Ac. Niliht Lxprehs leiiM's Bellows Falls at 10.00 p, m., receivinj,' passeiiKers irom Veimont Valley ltailroad, leaving New Yoil: at 12.15 p. m., and from Cheshire ltailroad, leaving lioston at 0:30 p. in., connectuiK at Whit'.' Itiver .Function with train lcuAin;; lioston at 5:(K ji. in., for Burling ton, Boiise's Point. Montreal and ( 'gdcnslmrcn, (oiiiiectiii with steamers niidCirand Trunk Trains for IbeWest. Sleeping ears are altachud to both the. ni;,'hl Lxjiress trains running between St. Albans aw Boston, and St. Albans and Springfield. Through tickets for Chicago and the West fei sale at tlio principal stations. U. MURIUM., Sup. St.All.ans. Sept. 11, lfifiS. T) !.'TI VXD AXI) ItUlU.lXGTOX AXI1 VT LV VALLEY RAILROAD. On and after Dec. 2d, 1807, train will rtir as iollows, viz : 3IOV1MI SOUTH AN!) l'.AST. Leave Biivil.igton at H;30 a. m., 1:3.') p. m. 3:Sf i);15 p. in. Arrive at Rutland at 11:25 a. in., 4 :1 C ii. m. 8:00 a. in. 12.50 a. m. Leave Rutland at 1:00 a. m., 12:00 in. Arrive Bellows l'alls at 7:10 and 2:20 p. m., .v. 3:25 a. m. Leave Bellows l'alls at 7.50 a. in., 2:25 p. in. 3:3U a in. Arriu: al Bratlleboro' al 8:50 a. in., 3:20 p. m., 1:27 a. in. MOVING NORTH AND WEST. Leaie Brattleboro' at 11:00 a. m.. 1:15 A .1:00 p. m. Arrive at Bellows falls at 12:00 a, m., and 5:40 and 0:55 p. m. Leave Bellows Falls at 12.35 p. in., 5:15 p. m. 10.0(1 p. in. Arrive at Rutland at 3:10 p. in., 11:00 p. m. 12:35 a. m. Leave Rutland at 0.00 a. in., 1.20 p. in.. 3.20 p. in. 1:30 a. m. Arrive at Burlington at 0:15 a. in., 4:25 p. in., and (!.15 p. in. 1.15 a. in. TRAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS : r3" At Burlington with Boats on Lake Cham plain and Vermont Central and Vermont and Canada Railroads, for Montpelier, St. Albans, Jtoiiho a Point, Jlontreal, ogueiisburgli, ami tlie West. At Rutland with trains for Troy, Alb'inv and New York, Saratoga Springs, Sclicnectndy, and the West. At Bellows Falls with trains on Cheshire Railroad for Fitehburgh, Worcester, . . . .. I l, . . 1 HI. If. l..ll I...M 1 i.uwcii, nun iosion.. iiiiii 1 1. (Kiev jiuuriiuii, fur Brattleboro', Springfield, llartiord, New Ha ven, and New York and witli Sullivan Railroad for Windsor, Whito River Junction, Wells River, St. Joluisbury, Newport, Littleton, and the White .viountains. l'lis.-ciiKcis for tlio West will hud this a cheap, pleasant, and expeditious route. FOR TICKETS, and all necessary information emptiro at the Olliees on tlio line. w-tr. uiiu. a. .urjiuuuij. sunt. JrOKTIlKItX 11A1I.IIOAD. WINTiiXl AllltAWUiUMiaiM 1' lUOa-O. On and after Monday, Nov. 1 1, 1S(!1, Passenger Trains will run as follows : VI-VVAIII) TIUINS. Dav Exuress Train leaves Concord a 0.35 a. m., tor Whito River Junction, connecting with trains tor Montpelier, Burlington, Rouse's Point, .Montrca., Ac, and with Ogdensburgli and Grand lruul: Itailroails, lor tno West. Mail Train leaves Concord at 10.13 a. in., (or White River Junction, connecting with train for wells River, St. .lolinslmry, liarton, .Newport, Willoutrlibv and Matron Lakes, Staiistead, Bath, Littleton, and Lancaster; also, with trains foi .Montpelier, Burlington. St. Albans, Rouse's Point, .uoiureia, ugiieiisuurgii, iikii inu nesi. Bristol Train leaves concord at ;j.;iu p. m., lor Franklin and Bristol. Evening Exuress Tram leaves, Concord at 8.1! p. m., for White River Junction, connecting with trains for Montpelier, Burlington, St. Albans, House s i'omt, .Montreal, ugilensimrgn, and tlie West. "Or on arrival ot trains lrom Boston, w orcestcr. Portsmouth, l'ortland, Ac. DOWNVVAItl) TliAI.NS, Morning 1'xpress Tram leaves Whito Rivei Junction for Concord at 1.15 a. m., or on arrival of train from Ogdensbuili and Jlontreal. On .vlondavH at (i.Uu msteail ot l.in. Bristol Tram leaves Bristol tor Concord at 8 a.m., and Franklin at 0.12 a. in. Mail Train leaves Whito River Junction for Concord at 12.15 p. m., or on arrival of trains over tho Vermont Central, Pahmunpsic, and wuitc .Mountains uaiiroaits. Dav Express Train leaves White River Junc tion at 4.08 p. m., or on arrival of trains fiom .Montreal and Ogdensburgli, Brattleboro', Keene, Bellow's Falls, Windsor. Ac. connectint; at Con cord with tram for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell and Boston. Theso trams connect at Concord with trams :or Manchester. Lawrence, Portsmouth, Port land, Nashua, Worcester. New York, Lowell. am1 lioston. UMH.im STUAHAS, Agent. Concord. N. II. Nov. 10. 18(14. vv-tf. NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT. ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1368, AN KXTIU FOUR-HORSE 00A0H Will run from St. Albans to Sheldon, as fol lows : Leave. St. Albans every day at 2 o'clock p. in. Arrive at Sheldon at 4 o clock p. ni. Leave Sheldon at 8 o'clock n. in. Arrive at St. Albans at 10 o'clock a. in. II. JENNISON, Proprietor. St. Albans. Mnv'25tli. 1S(W. V..t" SAVE Y0UI1 MOjNEY BY' buying the new Patent Plated Spoons and Forks. Warranted to wear equal to tho best Treble Plato at very much less price Call and sco them at Huntington's, west side Main Street. -ON- LAKK STiiRET. MORTON & PEU0Y! Having bought of G. W. Blodgott hif now and; entire stock of CLOTH IX G, rujixrsiiixa GOODS, HA TS AND OAJ'S, BOOTS A XI) .S70A',? Feolnatisflcdin waving to the public thai they can sell good-, us low as can be bought in Frank lin Coimty. All wo ask is to have cnstomui'H come in, and satisfy themselves, before pur chasing elsewhere. We haw, and are iceeivitig, all the new styles from market, oousistuiR of READY MADE CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, LINEN AND PAPER COLLLARH Of endless varietic.-., and a large and wellseleelfd Stock ot Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats and Boots, Which we will sell low for cash. We have tho largest assortment of HATS AMD CAPS To bo found in Noithein Vermont. Ifyou don't bolievo it, call and seo for yourselves. Our Clothing it- New and Betsiriible, consisting f SPRING OVER SAOKfi, TRICOT SUITS, FANCY SPRING SUITS, BLACK SUITS, LIGHT COLORED OASSIMERE PANTS PANTS AND AND VESTS, VESTS, LINEN' LINEN VESTS. PANTS, CUFl'S, TIES, AND BUTTONS. Boys' and Youths' Clothing, We have a few Winter Over Coats left, that no will sell at a big discount from cost, for cash. Remember the place, Two doors West of tho American Hoiine, Lake Street. MORTON A PERCY. IIi:nuv G. Moiiton. Aiaii:i;t N. Pr.itov. Id-tf Foimerly with Win. N. Smith A Co IXSUltA.VCK.Thc undersigned will lake risks for either of the following llrut class Insurance Companies: I!onc hisnraace Company OF NEW HAVEN Capital Slock, 81,000.000. International of Kctv York, C.1J'7';1., $1,000,000. Fire and Marine ol' Springfield. Capital !-;io-!c, yr()(),(((K. National Insurance Company, Boston, C&PITiiS $3G0,GCG! Insure against Fire and Marine Risks. Not ex ceeding $30,000 on any one Risk. Each of the above amounts of Stock paid in. M. BUCK, Agent, Ofllce over Weeks' store, St. Albans, Vt. Nov. Int. lSfiti. 11-tf. THE ST. ALUANS liKIGADE RANI) Are prepared to furnish music for F1HEMEN and MILITARY PAltAJ'JlOS, PICNICS, T-IXCUHSJONS, DANCES, And on other occasions where Band and String Music is required. Orders addressed to GEORGE E. KINSLEY, on to W . H . SMITH, At the 'Fremont House, will receive prompt at tention, dl-tf G. B. SMITH, Retail Dualer in, HiiTS,- CAPS, & FURS, Buffalo and Fancy Sleigh Robes, Fur Overcoats, Ladies." Dress Furs, Fur and Buck Gloves. Mittens, Umbrellas, Ac., Ac. Also ayent for Grover and Baker's Sowing Machine, Monitor fHock, Lake Street, Ht. AUmiiK, Vt. CASH PAID FOR SHIPPING FURS. 107-tf GILBERT U. SMITH. THING jNtEAT AND NEW! IIT ST. uVIilJANS. The Wm SI ore on Lake 8(rcl, KHi'r liY 1 r GRKEIvJS fit The iindernigned having nicely fitted up the store in the American House Block, on Lake St., and stocked it with a choice assoitment of i DHCGS AXJ) MEniCIXKS! Respectfully solicit a sharo of the patronage of this community, feeling sure that llicy can give satisfaction in goods and prieea. Our stock consists of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTCLES, DYES, AC. DDK STOCK OK Is complete, consisting iu all the approved va rieties, and our general stock includes all goods usually kept in a store of thisl ind. Headquar ters for the A. B. A. BITTERS, One of the best Spring Medicine. in the mar ket. Physicians orders solicited, and carefully and promptly tilled. In quality and price vvo guarantee to satisfy all who favor us vv.th their patronage. Store open on Sundays at noon, for supplying necessary medicines. 33X1. 3MI022OI.S Is a practicing Physician in regular standing, and will attend to all professional call. Re member the place, under the American Bouse, Lake Street, St. Albans, dl-tf GREEN A NICHOLS. Dealers in ill 11 kinds of GROCERIES, LAKE ST., ST. ALI5ANS, First door above tho St. Albans House, keep eonh'iutly on hand a full assortment of Consisting of Flour, Meal, Provender, SliortH, And Feed Of all kinds; Pork, Fish, llama, Sugar, Teas, Lard. fresh Butter And all sorts of articles usually kept iu business of thoir kind. Highest cash price paid for all kinds of country Produce. GIVE US J OA liii. dl-tf WARD A BURNl'S. i&DEBS STORB Opposite Store of Saxc A Place in building formerly occupied by S. S. A J, A. Bi dard. La dies will llnil here n complete and choice assoi t ment of Fancy Dry goods lust received from market, such as Laces, Fringes all colors. Edgings, Insertions. Muslins, Lawns, CollarrCufls "Veils, Fans, a rich lot. Valencienes and Thread Lace Collars. A nice line of French Cambrics and Fancy Lawns. Anew Kid Glovo which surpasses any thing yet brought into this market, ami iror riuilvd. All of which will ho sold at reasonable prices. Ladies will llnil it to their advantage to call and examine for themselves, Dress and Cloak making in all Us varieties , under the bkillfttl supprvisioii of Miss Ellen 1 Momo, long and favorably known to tho inhabi tants, oi tins village ami vicinity. Agent for WILCOX A GUM'S lowing Machines. 1-d-tb L. P. Kimiton. GO TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for your Fall ami Winter Clothing, El ill u H, Huntington, tM'trt.Minn IO V. It. MfVYAN. i SKSntti iitioti to the following partial list ot Z. articles, which 1 will sell at the lowest rates tor rash, AMERICAN WATCHES. Howard, Tremoi t, Millrose, and all tho dlO'or cut gra Ioh of Wiilthain, Ntitional, and Unit oi I Slates Co's Watches. Alarge assml mt'iit of Gold and Silver American Cases, of tlio best styles. Also, fiold and Silver Swiss Watches. Ladiih'Gold Hunting WatJies, American mid Swis. The Intest an 1 best patterns ot'Gold, Plated nnd Sihir Chain. Fine Gold and Plated .le.M'lry of all descriptions. A splendid a-soitlnent uf Ladio' PSlJS GOLD SBTS, F.lniMMii, Coral, Garnet, Ac., Ac. Gentlemens' Pius. Masonic Pins and Rings. Diamond, Emerald, Ruby, Alileth'yste, P.-ail and Garnet Finger Rings, 18 Kt. l'liin Ring. Gold Bran lots, Sn w Plated Spoons and Forks, Extra and Treble Piatc. Tea sets. Castors, Cuke Baskets, Vases, Ac., Ac. Coin Silver Spoons, Thimbles, Ac. A very huge stock of Gold and Steel Spectacles, evcrv pair sold wan anted to suit. Pocket Knives, Shears and Sci.ors of the 1M quality. Fishing Tackle. I shall receive lrom dav to dav new stvles of Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, which' I will hell at the lowet market rates. DB"" Watch lepiiiiiiig and engiaving done promptly. itl-tf. FULTON MAKKGT, !:. C. (i A lLAtl, l'oii it!tor. i have recently rulitted mj luarkol, which is supplied with the best ol Mrnli, 'Kli. I Tj-ijii'. a nl SllllXlll'K, Dilril mill Smnki'il Hi iT. AND ALL Table Ifeiieaeies oi' the Season ! Now on hand, a nice lot of SUGAR OTTRED HAMS .'.MS IT 15 SS J-X V I I-I . HALIBUT, .MACKlCREL, COD, CUSP and HADDOCK. :.d-tr St. Albans, May 13, 1BUS. Dr.sntus admiration. To be admired, they must possess Beauty and Iiite.ligeuco. Uot every one has intelligence, ami Alii. OAST 333 BSAUTirXJI. By using the l'AIMIIAX r.OTIAX. the latest and most wonderful of all the cohineties. By its use all moths and freckles are remmi d, the hkiu becomes clean and transparent, and the cheek rosea to with tlie hue of youth. The Paphian Lotion can be found at THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE! And also a nio.t complete assortment of all toi let articles. The new anil tiagranl l-'ioc ite .11 a jo, and the deliciotii wood Violet, and ah other choice and fragrant perfumes. KA3CR DRESSINGS AND : Puff and Powder Boxes, Colognes, Toilet Soaps, Teeth washes and Powders. Brushes: such as Hair, 'teeth, Nail, Infant. Ac., Ac. Call and see tho beautiful necessities and lux uries for the toilet even if you do not wish to buy JXTST HECEIVS3D As full a stock of pure Dens as can be found in tho State of Vermont, together with Reiuoids. Fluid Extract, and all articles required iu a Physicians or domestic practice. Warranted pin o and of llrut ipulity. This store will be tin iloi'Mild by noun iu St. Albans. Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Supporters, Ac, A., and every thing kept iu a well regulated Drug Store. S. R. DAY, AGENT. St. Albans. Vt. June. IPOS. ,11-if Morton & Percy's, -THE PIVOT ACTION BRACE ! A superior Suspender for Skirts or Pants ! An uneipialed brace lor the .Shouldnv. Always a Suspender. A braco or not at pleasure. ' Its simplicity, durability, easo and convenience commend it to every Lady, Gentleman, orYo.ith. Examine for yourself, and ho convinced that all herein stated is true. Prices, 7.) cents, $100, jl 23, il .10. Id-tf 1 A PER COLLARS and CUFFS of all kinds at Wn , N. SMITH, .1 (.0'.-'. CURDIGAN JACKET, All the New Stvles just I received at Wm. N. SMITH. Senator Jrovfon on the Dvbt. In a speech nitHte a few days ao at Coniicisvillo, Indiana, Senator Morion fWiw his view. trape'diny (ho public tlt'hl. His general idea Is Unit Hie deht Ph. utd bo paid In Kreenlmeks, hut, that the KfoeubacUs should he made equal to gold, lie repudiates Pendletonisni as warmly as any other Uopubllcan, as will be seen from the following ex tract : 1 am informed by the public pnpern that Mr. Pendleton, the celebrated orn torniid, in his .speech at JJiimjor, Mo., the other day, that I endorsed his doe trine of paying tlie debt in greenbacks. God forbid ! (Laughter.) Ileeause 1 had wild in (lie Senate ot the United States that the Government had a right to use these old notes now exiatini' in (he paymei t of tlie o-20 bonds, he wanted to make nie tay to tho people that the Government, after the war is over, and long after theso bonds had been Fold oat, hud tlie rightto isuo these notes by the hundreds of millions to pav them in the redemption orhe bonds. I say thai it is in violation of the public faith, and it is repudiation in itself. Why, my friends, in ISO.'!, when we of fered -bonds to the people, and were in sore want of money, tlio moneyed men of New York said to us, there' must be some limit to theitsueof legal tender notes, or you cannot bonow an v more money. If the country Is to be ilooded witli this j taper currency, which pays no intere.-t, and l'or which there is no time for payment fixed, then you can borrow no more money, 'ihen tlie Congress came lorward with a law, and said that the issue of legal tender notes should never exceed $l,r)!),()U0,()()0. rc gave that pledge to tlie people of the Uni ted States, by net of Congro?:s, In 1801, that the issue of legal tender notes should never exceed $43O,0()0,0U0. We could not now exceed tint amount without a violation of the express pledge given by Congress during the progress of the war; we could not issue tlioso notes and pay them upon the bonds without a fraud upon the. bondholders, and it would be repudiation. I will state to you now, my friends, what is my iinanoial policy, 'lam not much of a (inaneier ; 1 have only been studying this question a short time ; I had not much time to study it during the war, as many of you know; Iliad my hands full of other mallei?. I :hink the lirst great tiling to be done in this country is, to return to specie payment; in other words, make our currency as good its gold. Instead of having a greenback dollar that is only worth (JSc. to you to-day that is all you get for it, and that is all you give for it let us have it worth 100 cents ; let us bring that currency up ton par value. How shall it be done? Wo cannot do it all at once. We cannot return to si ccie payments to-morrow by act of Congress but we must do it gradually, and we must see the means to bring it about. Some of our friends are of tnc opinion that il we just hold still and let tlie country go on, we will come back to spe cie piiyments without taking tiny steps for th.it purpose. J do not thinl; so. 3 think that we have got to use the means and Hint we have got to resort to some legislation for the purpose of bringing that thing about. lam not in favor of bringing itabotif by a convulsion oi by a panic, but I tun in favor of doing it so gradually and so easily that the wholo country will come to it almost without knowing it. 1 am not in favor of doing it by contracting, either. L think con traction wont on as far as it ought to have gone. 1 will tell you how I am in favor of doing it. J am in favor of Con gress fixing a day by Jaw, some time in tho luture, when tho Treasury will re deem the legal tender note or the green back, in gold. J am not prepared to say wh it that day siiall be; they might say July 1, 1S71 ; 1 think that would be soon enoti'th, nearly three years to come ; they might say July 1, ls7, hut perhaps 1S71 is far enough oil". A BitAvi: Soldier Un-deh tjiu Knifl. The ' following Instance be longs to the record of Military siugory. During our late war several thousand wounded soldieis, linnlit from tlie bat tles of Virginia, were received intoEcl levue Hospital lor treatment. Some re markable instances of p. tick" occurred during the operations that were niadebv those brave lellows. In one instance it was necessary to remove lingo portions of dead bone from tlie leg of a soldier. A groove nearly a foot length was to bo ohi.-.elcd, with mallet and goug,e in the living lissucs of the tibia. This ''opera tion for necrosis," as surgeons call it, is one of tlie most painful and tedious in surgery. Jlut tlie gallant lellow would take no chloroform. Throwing himself upon the black couch ho resolutely un derwent this bitter tortuto during a long halt-hour. lint not as a stoic ; he chaf fed the operator, the students and the science of surgery. Tho student i, full or enthusiasm, cheered him and encour aged him. He bore the pain like a pa gan martyr. Tlio Wildest applause greeted ii in at thecIo.-,e ot ihcoperalk n. .-omo of the students, with quite Parisi an enthusiasm, could hardly be kept from leaping into tho operating pit and embracing tlio stiudy laile soldier. He rose lrom the couch of pain smiling and covered with blood. It was just before the reign of silver coin had ended, and to the students threw down to him a shower of quarters and halves that splat tered over tlio surface of tho arena. As soon as his wound was bandngid tills Spartan actually insisted on in-iking a speech to tlie students. The urbane and sidllul operator, Dr. Ward, cim.-ented. Standing on one leg, tho "boy in blue" fien gave a short, pithy, mid humorous account of the battle in which ho had been hurt, At the close another round ' of applause, another contribution of sil ver, and the soltKer consented to bo bor.ieaway to his lied in tlie mllitarv wards. Tlio "plucky corporal" is not forgotten ye. at lieilevuo Hospital. A couplet lor young ladies "The bo3f of all ways to lengthen your days, is m jjo to bed early and never wear stays."