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Vermont Daily Transcript. l iiu m m i mi m mi i hwi i i 1 1 n i i im i .11 i mmiw n itm i - r 1 rrffnTri MrT11M,W,MW1KJ """""''"'"M,w,,"""w'',wMMMwwwMBMwwwi Vol. I. ST. ALBAjSTS, VT., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1868. HiUUll ll Ali.l 1 JL1 ClUOUl X lU rriiMsiiKn each kvenino. litriiix" Lnkr S,, St. Albaun. wiLnrn r. davis. prop'r. Wii.nrit 1. Davis, 1 .,,., iMovr Harms, f ''"'" IV. TERMS: r oir. 1.1 advance, io,oo x months, in advance 1.00 lire months, m advance, 12.00 K 1)1 I I '1 (idvulH.'e. ... 75 Arlvn'i im nts should bo handed in as early ilit 1 .rum ; ir lip- day of their intended pub- BUSINESS CARDS. VHM.S A ( ROWLEY, Dealers 111 Groceries J s Itulm Good of every description, urn t Si block. Lake Street, St . Albans. V01 ,t 21!-tf Trtl LRP PAHHINUTON. attorney a- i t ... . 1 .. ... t 1 :.. '!... . r. O' i wiih II S. Rovco, Rrainerd Hloek, t 21'2-ly ill.;i. DWIS i ADAMS, COUNSEl.- OH VT I, AW and Solicitors in Chancery. 11 i'i I mini Pluck, Ml Aihans, Vt. l)7-tt 1. it 1 fiiiii'l.tfia t f f 1 HMk LU 1)11.1. .V EATON, Attorney at Law, and Knlii 'inr in Chancery, Caiubiide;e, Vt. , S. I'hI 1MJ I.Ij, WM. l.-ww.. Mil 1 S. HYPE, Dealer 1 pi (iivieei ii Parroiv 111 nil kinds of Pluck, St. Al l!ll:l 11M .,,11! )n. . 111 1 i vi i n 1. drailiMle of I', Plivsieian anil itr the lniwisitv of Ver. out Utlici . lanllelil envoi oxer .Mo.-sis-187-ly ili li l'V I'lotlliliK House. )KVllN it AVII.SO.N, Attorney at Law, j and Soli.-itors in Chancery. Ollico in No- s Niv Illoel., St. AlhaiiH ) t. Altenil Courts -liiariv in 1 raiiMin, urleans, aim i.aniiiuic ' 'its. lj'.l-tf 1 11. 1 111 NTO.v, w. n. wii.soN. 1 C I 1. M X. 1) K X T 1 S T. Ollice in the J. hlNiiUYN IJLOUli, Maui St., opposite tile iunii iitional Church. 1-tf. !. M' tiOWA.V. III5.VI ovi r We.id and Dnren'M hoc. VI 'ISTOllice Dru htore, . Al r til IT 1 ! "IVlllVl.'V IV I f'llTVI.M . . LMlt AT LAW. Also, Agent for fust .1 -s in uraiii'i' i. ompaiues, aim 101 ooiaiuiu .itiiis )iay, Ac. 1 ii ci ii r Wetks store. 1-tf . .. 1 i- 1.1..:..:.... A. so U'l.r:, Attorney and Counsellor at , 1 ,.iv and Solicitor in Chancery. Ollice ov or l National lianK, .St. Albans, t. P. S. - ill attend to Collections, and prosecute .urns against the United States for Arrears of ij , or Pntinty to Soldiers, Widow'b and Invalid's iihioiih. Ac. .Ve. 3-tI ) IllIilll).o.' l-ll. l 1)111'. liill.l.l'illl, V M.nn. oiiDosile P.iiii; Skrect. St. Albans. t, (L p stairs.) (J)eu all hours ot the day, .. . ......!.. ..t .1..'.. .11 1.1 1 !... at s iiuiuu .11 iiiin viuiiei . .iuuui? uitii lit- .re l'raines, Htereoscopie and card Pictures of L i niont Seem ry, ad at low pi ices. Call early I. It. ..II ll.XIIIJ.lf.. 157-tf. Proprietor. 1 KOItCH K. IIOUCIITO.V, Attornev and T touusellor at Law and Solicitor in Ch 11- rv. St. AlliaiiH. Veiniont. Oftief neiir hu Post- llll.V ..I1VI 1C1..I..IW .. . Il.l. Olll- .. Also, L'nited .States CoinniiBsioner, Coniniis oner of Deeds for the States ol New York, 1 1.. loiuil. illieilliuu lit Mil jiiuii-nsiuiuii uiiriiit-nrc ..... ... ..11 : 1 I i 11 11 which lie iu.i ju eoiiusicii. St. Alluns. Nov. 1, lhUl. tf 1 s. .OHA ICII. I'raet leal Steam ami T T lias rmer. Jirasa anuiion uooils 01 every oscription, lor steam, water, and gas. Guns ml locks lepaired, and kevs litted, Ac. St. Aihans. S t. 173-ly FAMES .STUMS, liUOUKR, Killl man Ploek 110 Vt. imOTIIRKS, 1HON MEP. CHANTS. :.. :t. f i.. 1. 4 ;...i lrn 'I'umIm H'lnoli wit ittVi( ut "i liuv H'luli fiirtito C'ltnuT l.;iKe and Jlam HtrcctH. St. Albann, Muicli Hi, Ititil. 1-tf !Itr UKAIXKUO. dealer in Fore- 1 1 fii 11 in aud domestic Di v Goods. Poots and noes Vanl.ee Notions, corner of .Main and Bank Ivn.ilj SO All..,,,u VI 111-, 111 HLKS AV Y.i I AX, dealer in Fine Watch j cs. Clocks and ilewelrv. Sterl in.' Silver ami I... 1)1.....! ll...... I......... ' 1. .... rr. :ireli ikfli.tn'iiKr :ttni i.ih.imv hi Sf 1.1119. Vt. 11 i.rwi i-.iv., ueaiers in ury noons I nltd ehoiee lnmilv ni-iiiin'ij. I'nviier ni 1 I.v. :..!..!. t . . ... .11 1. . I - '. C. l'OST, .. JANUS. .dPHICAN HOUSE, Hichford. Vt., Jerry B. r Sviw.itl:iinl Priiiii if .1 ni 'I'ttw 1 fnnii w liif'.if 11 III tuo centre 01 tlio village near the Custom louse, Post-Oihco and Milio. KlO-ly 1 1 ILL A SAFFOHD, AttonuvvH at Law, and Solicitors in Cliancen, Olhce, Lake Street il.V2.vw2.U-tf. G.A. SAi ronii. 1 r 11... ifczv I) VV ID C It A W F O 1! 1), Bool; Hinder and Blank Book Manufacturer,' Kingman Block, St. Albans, Vt. H00U Bin ling ill every i-tvlo I'roni the cheapest to the most costly, and all done in a thorough malum Dec. 20 1807 lPfmC JJ.KA AM I'IKUC i:, 1'ltOl'IIIUTOll of THU AMERICAN HOUSE! 107 sr. A'ir.ANs, vt. G. M. PIEHCE Ci.ritK. Xieino vetl. 1) P.. S. ri. CLAHK has removed to Foutli Mam Street. Olllco at his reside St Alhiins, t., May. 2, lHif HORACE P. HALL, M (Lato of tlio Army, Ac.,) D. Has returned to St. Aihans, and may ho found lor tlio present ai tno American Hotel. 1'urticiilui' attention ptiiil to Op erative Surgery. lo'J-ly CJllIuTSond DHAWEHS, imil Over Shirts of tOall kinds, lust received at Win. N. SMITH, k CO'S. I71ULL Suits in largo variety ? at WM.N. SMITH, ACQ'S. PANTS mid A'ests of nil kinds lust arrived ut WM. N. SMITH A- CO'S. Q HIItTS and Drawers of all kinds now opening IJ at W M, N. SM1X11, auu a. :.vrn.i. ami sui.i.ivaxi t JlAlI.llWAJ.lft. SUMMER Artli AN U-iU JMiUiN 1. CominonciiiR Sept. 14, 1808, 1'ltMNS (lOINO MJfTH ANI: i:.MT Leave St. AltmtiH at lV2ln.ni., 12.0.1 mum, and H.U0 i). 111. .Mail Train leaves lt.iUt'H I'd lit at 1:10 a. m reeeixe iafscii(,'er i'roni UKilenalmrKli 11. It., and eoiinerti lit White Itiver Junction ntiil 15el lowe Tall with trains for Hon ton, Worcester, SiniiiKlleld, and with trams on l'tiHsunipsic It. 1 It.. anivo at New York at 10.15 p. 111. I Iciv Expres loaves Montreal at 8;10 a. 111., 8t. lohii-i at 10:00 a. 111.. 0(,'deiislmrL'h at 6'3U a. 111., Housp'h Point at 111:45 a. 111.. for Ikmtoii, Ac, nr riviiir in llo.iton, ria. Lowell at 10:150 1). 111. Nii-ht Evi'ioss lcae OKilenplmryh at 1.00 ). 111., Montreal at 3:30 p. 111., r.oue'n Point at (i.i)5 p. 111., St. John at 5:00 p. 111., arriving at Ponton at H. Ill a. 111., coiincetitiK at Hollows l'all with Cheshire ltoad for Ponton and WorcoHlor and with Vermont Valley ltailroad forSpriiiKllold, Ac, and atrivim: in NowYork at 1'2.30 p. 111. TIUISS UOlNll SOUTH AM) WUST. Leave St. Albans for Montreal at 0:10 a. m.. ainl(i:.'l5p. 111. For IIouho'm I'oint, Oj,'di'iihurKh and tlio Wofct at 0:05 and ll:IKi a. 111., and 0.3(1 p. 111. Day Kxprces hnvo Ponton via. Lowell S.0,1 11 in. for PurliiiKton, .St. AUians. Moiitieal. Ac arriving at Montiv.il at 10:0 ) p. 111., 1 deiislmri;h at 12:30 a. 111., n.a .iiiK olose ooniioction with the Main for the iVet-t. Mail Train louwa Poaton via Lowell, at 7:01 a. 111., ia Lawreiioe and riU'lilmrg at 7.30 a.m.. spriiiKllehl at 7:15 a. m., for liuiliiiKtoii, anil St. Alhaim. 'J'he tr.iiim leaving liowton vii. ritchhm-K at 7:30 a. 111., and Spr im ield at 7:15 a. 111., ooiiuort at Wliito PiverJiii tti) 1 with the Day Express train. Aeeoniniodatioii Train leaven Northliold at 7: i5 11. 111., for Pni liiiKton, Put land, St. Alhans, Uoiio'h Point, (leiide.shiirL'h, Ae. Nlfjht l,xpres lemon PoIIowh FivIIh at 10.00 0, 11., reeeixiiiK paxseneiM fioiu Vorinont Valley iiaiiroad, Uaiini; New York at 12.15 p. in., and from (.'hesdiirc Kailroad, leaving Pinton at 5:30 p. in., eoiini etuiK at Whit'.- liiver .Innotioii with train leavii Poston at 5:i.O p. 111., for Pnrlint; 1011, Poni-e's Point, Montreal and UndeiiKlmruh, uoiiiieotiii' with sioaiiiel'd andCiraiid 'I'nilik l'lMitiH for theWest. SloopiiiK earn are attached to both the night tixprcMs trams riumilil,' between at. Allians am .. 1 . .... .11 . i : i .1.1 Uustoit, ami .St. Aluaua and Siiringlield. Tlnoui'h tiol;etn lor CliiciiL'o anil t!io Wi'Ht fw hale al the principal stations. U. MEPIULL, Sup. St. Alums. Sept. 11, 1308. EV'Vt. V.U AXI) HUIM.INGTOX AMI VI VALLEY PA1LPOAD. On and after Dec. 2d, 1807, trains will rm as follows, viz : MOVIMl SOUTH AND HAST. Leave Purli.igton at 8:30 a. 111., 1:35 p. 111. 3:?( 0;15 p. m. Arrive ut ltutland at 11:25 a. in., 1:11 p. 111. 8:00 a. 111. 12.00 a. in. Leave liiitlandat 1:00 a. 111., 12:00 111. Armi Pellows Palis at 7:10 and 2:20 p. m., .v 3:25 a. 111. Leave Bellows Palls at 7.50 a. 111., 2:25 p. m. 3:30 a 111. Arrive at lirattlchoro' at 8:50 a. 111., 3:20 p. 111., 1:27 A. 111. MOVINO SOUTH ANP WUST. Leao Prattleboro' at 11:00 . 111., 1:15 A 9:00 1 . m. Ariive at Hollows Falls at 12:00 u. m., and 5:10 and 0:55 p. 111. Leave Hollows Palls at 12.35 p. 111., 5:45 p. 111 10.00 p. 111. Auive at Ilutlar.d at 3:10 p. 111., 0:00 p. 111. 12:35 a. 111. Leave ltutland at 0.00 a. 111., 1.20 p. ni.. 3.20 p. m. 1:30 a. 111. Arrive at Hurlingtoii at '.1:15 a. m., 1:25 p. 111., and 0.15 ). m. 1.15 a. 111. THAINS CONNlicT AS FOLLOWS : KTT At Burlington with Bouts on Lake Cliani plain and Vermont Central and Vermont and Canada Hailroads, for Montpolier, St. Albans, House' Point, Montreal, Ogdenshurgli, and the West. At ltutland with trains for Troy, Albany iind New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady, and the West. At Bellows Falls with trains 011 Chebhiiv. ltailroad for Fitcliburgh, Win center, . -11 i ii.. ...... n:.i. '. vv.ii.... i..:i. 1 l.OWl'll, Ullll JJOSIUII. tWIU 11. , Hill', ililliinilll, for lirattlchoro , Spnnglielil, Harttonl, Now Ha ven, and New York and with Sullivan ltailroad tor Windsor, W lute J.iver junction, wells lever, ht. Johnsburv, Newport, Littleton, and the White Mountains. Passengers for the. West will find this a cheap, pleasant, and expeditions route. FOB TICKETS, and all necessary information, enquire at tlio Ollices on the line. w-tf. UEO. A. MEHHILL. Sunt. N ORTMKIl.V K.Y1I.HOAU. WINTER AnnAIMUllM:ENr-lS04-5. On and after Monday, Nov. 11, 1801, Pasaengei Trains will run as follows : ri'WAr.p Tiuiss. Day Express Train loaves Concord al 0.35 a. in., lor White Biver Junction, connecting with trains for Montpolier, Burlington, House's Point. .Montreal, Ac, and with Ogdeiishurgh and Grand Trunk Hailroads, for the West. Mail Train leaves Concord at 10.15 a. 111., for Wliite liiver Junction, connecting with train for Wells Hi'. or, St. Johnsbury, Barton, Newport, Willoughby and Magog Lak'cs, Stan.-teaiL Bath, Littleton, and Lancaster; also, with trams foi Montpolier, Burlington, St. Albans, House's Point, Montiela, Ogdeuslmrgli, and tlio West. Bristol Train leaves Concord at 3.30 p. in., foi Franklin and Bristol. Evening Express Train leaves Concord at 8.1f p. 111., for Wliito Hiver Junction, connecting with trains for Montpelier, Hurlingtoii, St. Albans, House n Point, Montreal, Ogdcnsburgli, and tin West. Or on arrival of trains from Boston, Worcester, Portsmouth, rortlauil. Ac POW.NWAIU) TItAIS'3, Morning Express Train leaves White Hivei Junction for Concord at 1.15 a. m., or 011 arrival of train from Ogdonsbnrgh and Montreal. On Moudavs at 0.25 instead of 1,15. Bristol Train leaves Bristol for Concord at 8 .1. m., mid Franklin at 0.12 a. 111. Mail Train leaves White liiver Junction for Concord at 12.15 p. 111., or on arrival of trains over the Vermont Central, Passuinpsic, and White Mountains Hailroads. Day Express Train leaves Wliito Hivei Junc tion at 1.03 ). 111., or on arrival ot trams 11-0111 Montreal and Ogdcnsburgli, Prattleboro , Keeno, Bellows t ails. Wiuduor. Ac, connecting at Coo- cord with train for Manchester. Nashua, Lowell and Boston. These trams connect at Concord with trains or Manchester. Lawrence. Portsmouth. Port land, Nashua, Worcester. Now York, Lowell, ani1 ISostilli. U.NSLWW Hl'lSAH.NH, Agent. Concord. N. H. Nov. 10 fl.l. w if. NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT. ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868, AN LXTHA FOUR-HORSE 00A0H Will run from St. Albans low s : to Sheldon, as fol- Loavo St. Alhana cverv day at 2 o'clock p. m. Arrive at Sheldon at 4 o clock p. in. Leave Sheldon at 8 o'clock a. in. Auivo at St. Albans at 10 o'clock a. m. II. JENNIS0N, Proprietor. St. Albans. May 25th, 18U8. ill5-tf SAVE YOUR MONEY BY buying the now Patent Plated Spoons and Forks. Warranted to wear equal to tho best Treble Plato at very much loss price. Call and see them at Huntington' west side Main Street. f -0N- LAKE ST11EKT. MORTON & PERCY! Having bought of G. W. Blodgett his now entire stock of end CLOT1UXG, GOODS, 7TA r.z BOOTS AND SJIOH& Fool satislled in saying to the public that limy can sell goods as low as can he bought in Frank lin County. All we ask is to have customers come in, and satisfy themselves, before pur chasing elsewhere. We have, and aro receiving, all tlio new styles from market, i:oiisntinvr !' READY MADE CLOTHING, FUHNISHING GOODS, LINEN AND PAPEB COLLI. .VPS Of endless varieties, and a largo and Well selected Stock ot Boots and Shoes, Unbber Coats and Boots, Which we will sell low for cash. Wo have the largest assortment of HATS AND CAPS l'o be found 111 Northern Vermont. Ifyou don't believe it. eall and see for yourselves. Our Clothing is Now and Desirable, consisting of SPUING SPUING SUITS, PLACE SUITS, LIGHT COLOHED PANTS AND VESTS, LINEN VESTS. CUFl'S. AND BUTTONS. OVEH SACKS, THICOT SUITS, FANCY CASS1MEHE PANTS AND VESTS, LINEN . PANTS, TIES, Boys' and Youths' Clothing. Wo have a few Winter Over Coats loft, that no will sell at a big discount troin cost, lor cash. Ueineniher the place, Two doors West ol the American House, Lake Street. MOIiTON .V PEUCY. Iln.vnv G. MonTos. Amiuut N. Pi:uov. Id-tf l'oinieily with Win. N. Smith A Co INSUJtAXCE. Thc undersigned will take risks for either of the following lirst elas Insurance Companies: Home Insurance Company OF NEW HAVEN Capitiil Stock. $1,000,000. international of New York. CAPITAL, $1,000,000. Fire and Murine of 'Springfield. Oapltnl Htoolt. S-500.000. National Insurance Company, Boston. CAPITAL $300,000! Insure against Firo and Mariuo Hisks. Not ex ceeding 130,000 on any olio Hisk. Each of the aboo amounts of Stock paid in. M. BUCK, Agent, Office over Weeks' store, St. Albans, Vt. Nov. 1st, 13G0. 11-tf. THE ST. ALBANS BRIGADE BAND Aro prepared to furnish music for FIREMEN and MILITARY PARADES, PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, DANCES, And on other occaioii8 where Band and String Music is l'onuired. Orders addressed to GEORG-E E. KINSLEY, Oil TO W. H . SMITH, At tho Trciiiont House, will receive prompt at tention, dl-tf St, Albans Dining Rooms, LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS, DOWNING & STEERE PROPRIETORS TJfTAnSI MEALS or Lunches served at all T hours, in tho best stylo. Fresh UaUimorc Oysters. Hcceivcd daily and Biipplicd to the Trade at wholesale prices. niuti dAwtf GOTO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for your pnti and vest. I STORE 1 guMrriiiNG NEAT AND NEW I IN ST. ALBANS. The Drug Store on Lake Street, KItl'T BY- GREENE 6c NXCHO&S. Tho undersigned having nicely fitted up the store in the American House Block, on Lake St., and stocked it with a choice assortment ol mtUGS AXI) MEDICIXEH ItcHprctfnlly solicit a share of tho patronage of this community, fooling sure that they can gio satisfaction in goods and prices. Our stock consists of DHUGS. CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, PEHFUMP.HY, TOILET AHTCLES, DYES, AC. oun stock or PATENT EWniDICIKTES, Is complete, consisting in all the approved va rieties, and our general stock includes all goods U'siially kept in a store of thH kind. Headquar ters for tlm A. B- A. BITTERS, One of the best Spring Medicine in tho nuu kot. Physicians ordors solicited, and carefully and promptly tilled. In quality and price wo guuiMutcu to satisfy all who luvor ua with their patronage. Store open on Sundays ut noon, for supplying necessary medicines. SB. NICHOLS Is a practicing riiysician in regular standing, and will attend to all professional calls. He member tho place, under tho Americiii House, Lako Street, St. Albans, dl-tf GHEEN .V NICHOLS. WARS U BURNIiS, Dealers in alll kinds of GROCERIES LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, First door above tho Bt. Albatis House, keep constantly on hand a full assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES: Consisting of Flour. Meal, Provender, Shorts, And Feed Of all kinds; Pork, Fish, Hams, Sugar, Teae, Lard, fresh Butter And all sorts of articles usually kept in business of their kind. Highest cash price paid for all kinds of country Produce. PIVK US A OAX.Ii. dl-tf WAND A. BUP.NES. NEW SADIES STORE Opposite Storo of Saxe A Placo in building formerly occupied by S. S. A J. A. Iltdard. La ilieH will llnd hero a complete and choice assort ment of Fancy Dry goods iuat received from market, such as Laces, Fringes all colors, Edgings, Insertions. Muslins, Lawns, Collars.lCufts Veils, Fans, a rich lot. Valcncienes and Thread Lace Collars, A mco line of French Cambrics and Fancy Lawns. Anew Kid Glovo which surnasecH an v. thiiifr yot bronclit into this market, iirt'i tcn'r- raniea. au oi wnicn win nu sont at reasonable pnecs, Lailius will llnd it to their advantage to call and examine for themselves. Dross and Cloak making in all its v¬ica under tho skillful supervision of Miss Ellmi Moore, lone and favorably known to tlio inhabi. tauis oi tnis village ami vicinity. Acent for WILCOX & CUDH'S STowine Machined 1 1-cl-tl) L. P. KiMrroH. riO TO WM. N. SMITH & CO'H for your FU Vii ana mncur morning. Eliliu II, Huntington, fut''iU'iiuiin Tit t it tiut iv 1 ' ' ASKid fV.r cash. AMERICAN WATCHES. Howard, Tremoi t, Millroso, mid all the differ ent grades of Waltham, National, and Unit oil States t'o's Watches. A largo assort ment of Gold and Silver American Cases, of the best stylos. Also, Gold and Silver Swiss Watches. l.adie.s' Gold Hunting Watches, American and Swiss. The latest and best p itterns of Gold, Plated and Silver Chains, Fine Gold and Plated Jewelry of all descriptions. A splendid assortment of Ladies' FINE GOX.D SETS, EtrilHcaii, Coral, Gainct, Ac, Ac. Genl lemons' Pills, Masonic Pius and Kings. Diamond, Emerald, Huby, Aiuethyste, Pearl and Garnet Fmgor Hings, 1H Kt. Plain Plugs, Gold Pracelots, Silver Plated Spoons and Forks, Extra and Treble Pinto. Tea sots, Castors, Cake Baskets, Vases, Ac, Ac. Coin Silver Spoons, Thimbles, Ac. A very largo ttock of Gold and Stool Siieetacles, overv pair sold win ranted to suit. Pocket Knives, Shears and Scissors of tho 1st quality. Fishing Tackle. I shall receive from day to day now stylos ol Jewelry, Silver and Plate'd Waio. which I will at the lowest market rates. 43" Watch icpiiiiiiig and engraving done promptly. Id-tf. FULTON MARKET, K. C. ti AL.LA.lt, Proprietor. ihavo recently refitted in market, which is supplied with the best of ill i':i ti, II" I H, Ti lir, unit HllPllgl'l, Oiliil mid Simikvil ISi'i t' AND ALL Table Delicacies of the. .Season ! Now on hand, a nice lot of SUGAR CTTRED HAMS F1 I 13 S II IP I K I I HALIBUT, MACKEHPL, COD, CUSP and HADDOCK. 5d-tf St. Albiiis, May 15, 1808. GRAND OPENING ! O F FALL GOODS A T POST , & 00. 's H. n u i TUST HECEIVED from New York, a splendid tt ljiiio oi or Now and Choice Dress Goods, Including Empress Cloths Epinp;oliiie, French Seifje Silk and Wool, Shot Poplins French Men noes, with a f;rcat Varictv of Plain and Poplin Alpacas, aud Cheno Poplins, all at VEHY LOW PHICES. Wo havn a full Lino of DRESS TRIMMINGS! Consisting; of Silk Fringes, Hlack and Colored Velvet Ribbons, with Pultons and Gimps to match. Our Stock of Prints Pleached and Hrown Cottons, Delains, in fact everything in the lino of Domestics, is full. also a full lino of Cissimores, Tailor's Trim mings, Gloves, Hosiery, Shawls, Dutchess Kidds, and Preakfast Shawls A Choice lino of Dry Groceries may always bi found in slock. Please call and examine Goods and Prices bn fore purchaf-ino; elsewhere. H. C. POST, A Co. Cor. Main and Fairtield Sts., St. Albans, Vt. dAwtfnlOG. FEATHER BEDS RENOVATED ! VTOW is the timo for all having old or now .11 Feather Heds to got them Cleansed and Made Free From all Pisagreeable Scent. 8 E E S M A LL li I L L S. The work is done over J. P. Stone's Store, on Main Street. St. Albans, Vt, VANT3I a good canvasser to canvass for Hods. Apply in person to O. E.Evanx, Troinont House. HU1ERLY, EVANS A CO. ASAHEL S. HYDE, 1IE1I.KH IN ALL BINDS OK First Class Groceries ! ! DARKOW BLOCK, ST. AI.HANS, VT. Consisting in part of Flour, Fori;, Fish, Sugar, Teas, d-tf d'C, dec. NO. 110. Miscellaneous. 1 3 KM. W ARIfl VM'IViv'u r.lom V.m. "'I J? 'try wn coir cien- u' 114 11 ine "Miare ot every duty ns n uiiizi'ii, mm never tailed to vote. The hiHt occasion of Ills tlolntr ta wiih In iho spring of 1700, in (he Town of Alexand ria, lie died on the 11th of December followinir. The Court 1 louse of Fairfax County was then over the old market, uiu Hiiiuuiiiuieiy ironiing uauuys tav ern ; the entrance into it was bv n illicit flight of crazy .steps on the out side, and while the election was pro gressing several thousand persons be ing assembled around the noils Wash ington drove up In his old and well known family carrlatre The crowd spontaneously gave way and made a lane lor mm lo pass through as he approach ed the Court House steps. A gentleman who wan standing at C'adby's door saw eight, or ten good looking men immedi ately spring forward and follow tlio General up the steps, in order to support him if necessary. According to the cus tom of that time, the live candidates sat on the bench, who rose in a body and bowed profoundly on the entrance ni Washington. Very gracefully returning the salutation, the register of the polls said, "Well, General, how do you vote'"' It was then viva voce. He looked a moment at the candidates, reolied. "Gentlemen, 1 vote for measures, not men and having audibly pronounced his vote, he made another graceful bow. and retired, lie was loudly cheered by the outside crowd on returning to his carriage. Mai.ni:. The olllcial result of the election in Maine has been received. The following is the vote : 180S. 1S07. Chamberlain 7o,.S.'l5 fl7,10a 1'illsbury 50,4:51 45,221) Majorities One town and 20,404 11,882 plantations remain They will varv tho to be heard from. figures slightly, Increasing the Republi can majority if any chantre is made. riie Republicans uain 14 members of the House and four members of the Sen ate. The greenback dodue. with which tho Democrats started the Presidential cam paign, seems to have been very thor oughly "played out" already, liven in the West, where it orurinatcd. it is sel dom mentioned now. Frank Dlair's sharp and true saying that it was of no use to talk about paying the debt till we nau uccuieu vliether we were to have a Government lo pay it or to owe it, has made its mark. And people, moreover, have everywhere come to sco that giv ing your .note lor your ueuts tton't pay tli iin. The debt is neavy ; but the peo ple do not feel bo poor yet as to be under the ncccRsity of sweating thecoin belore paying ineir creditors. The Nioxt State Elections. The next Statu Elections preceding the Pres idential Election will be held in the fol lowing States : Nebraska Ohio Indiana Peiiiisvlvania West Virginia Oct. do do do do Hep. inaj. do do do do do do do do 1800 im lSGli 1SC7 18C(J 1-ffl i!,U83 1V202 J-22 U.Cll In Ohio our friends promise us from 15,000 to 25,1)00 majority. Indiana will defeat Hendricks by a majority of not lets than 10,000. Pennsylvania pledgea herself lor the majority in October she gave to Gen. deary for Governor in 1S0G 17,000 and thinks she can nearly double this majority in November. Tin; Mass Mi;i;tino at Platts PUPdii. Ihe following eall appears in the Plattsburgh Sentinel. Will our Grant Club respond? Grand rally of Republicans, under tho auspices of the Republican County Com mittee and Grant and Colfax Clubs, on Wednesday, October 7, ItiGS. The following distinguished gentlemen will bo present anil addrc&s the meeting: lion. Henry Wilson, U. S. Senator, Mass.; Gen. Dan. E. hickles, New York; Muj.-Gen. Allied Plcasanton, of caval ry lame; Hon. Geo. E. Edmunds, U. S. Senator, Vermont ; Hon. Luke P. Po land, M. C, Vt. ; Col. Henry C. Dem ing, of Hartlord, Ct.; Hon. John W. Stewart, of Vermont. The Grant, and Colfax Clubs, witli their bands of music, banners, Hags, and whatever else may pertain to their organization, together with Republicans generally of Northern New York and Veiniont are invited to attend. Why ImsiiMEN win. Vote for Colfax. Some two years before Blair's insulting speech to the Fenians, when he told them to ''Go in, Einncgans !" Mr. Colfax wiote tho following letter: House ok Riu'uesentatives, Washington, i-'eb. 20, 1801 Dear Sir: Prom the timo that I saw the gallant and lamented orcoran so brave in the battle, bo heroic in captivi ty was the head of your organization, 1 have felt a warm interest in it. though knowing nothing, ol course, pi' Its inter, mil machinery, its obliationsor its ritu al. Remeinbennggratefully the histor ical tact of warm bympathy expressed by an Irish parliament lor our fathers when struggling for the independence they won ior us. Regarding hopefully eveiy well-directed and patriotic endeav or throughout the world for nationality, and rejoicing thatso many Joyal Ir.hh men have enrolled themselves in tho army of the Union, to save their adopted country from anarchy and destruction, I send you, in rcspoufco to your request, the Inclosed $20, which would be larger but for many other demands on me. Respectfully yours, Schuyler Colfax. Wehavo all heard of golden weddings, silver weddings, &e., but tho latest thing in this line is a molasses candy wedding. This occurs when tho llrst baby gets old enough to lick.