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V.liRMOrT DATLY TRA.lNTSCPv rPT, SEPTEMBER
186 S. Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALBANS, VT. Ti l .sl.'Y, Sn'THMitnn 20, ISO8?. Travelers' Guide. UlUiVVt. or t-ABSlXt1.il TUAINM. m t;,i s,,ul!i and Last, "M u. in., 10,30 a. in "i p. i . "." I', hi. urn. i i in V I'uiiit unit West, G,.V) n. in., 11, i ii 7 1". p. in. i..i i l.iitii-iil. 11 15 n. in.. 7 til p. in. ii I'Miii i.i: ii' ms-.i Mini thaivs. ul tn. small in.il Last, li JH, H 15 a. nt., T2 00 H .1 ) 111. in-. - I'mnt mill Wi-t, 005 a.m. II 00 i, I ' ii in r , i i .. ii ii 10 a. in.. 0 :15 p. lit. ii l l'lli l. Of M'MIKl AT sr. Al.tlVNS. I i I I 'mm ( t-l.ur'll lllui 1 rauiiiiu, no i I ,i in liielil.'id .Hid Sheldon, and p. in. rrmii Mu Mi m. In 00 a. in. I n ni llakilslicld, It 00 a. in. m.i tn ruiTri-.K nr sTAori rm.M nr. .u.in. I i l i ! ' I in ami Swn t-tiumli, 7 .10 a. m. 1 .i ! '.. M .11 iii.I liichli.nl. H Hi) a. in j" , .1 Ml. J I' I )L 111. r ni,ii-ii. .a, t m v. in. fhiii M tin Tnninnt llmiM'. n.i.sisu cif i in: MUl.s. Hails l r v rl clo-o at 5 mm. in. ami 0i Mai f r Huston rli we nt 5 a. in. ami fl"() p.m. ! - I .. ll.;in anil tin-Vct clo-cat OlHla.m "Mui l.'i' I ana.i i rl'ixo nt 5 0 a.m. Sol M. ni ami N'.i-tliiTii way limit close al 0 01 . in. Strangers' Guide. 1 M ( lllI'l'tH UH oVl'l' . i'v Miimlay evening in .V Smith's store, !t t ii i l ;iiii'i- Nn. 1. 1; A. M. meet tin' i. 1 i vi iiu ,' in n-li month, at l A 'i- l.-r' . Ii.. . !v. M.i tn Street. .- ( .line il Ni. 1. 11. A S. M. iiioets.thc lr I l . il i l w I 1 ,1,1 , ."ll-d.IV fM l.ll.',' in ( -i.-li limlitli, .it r. V L.'.'li l's 111.', k. I l. N... t T. .V A. M.. meet the , n . , , :uii ; iii . i. 'ii mm! tli at tlirir n ll'.i .-K. Alain sin . t. I I," I '.' Sit. Ml '. . M. llll'l'ts till' .,ni...y pvci.ing in ' u;li lnoutli. at I,. if i l 1 1 mu lieir i ii i iimn i;.iiri, jiiiiii Mii'i'i. ('i till I 'I'l l! mi. 1 i nijii. .t'lloni.r No. I meets .-. i I I... IV Mr I I u tin ir Hall in Unins ill.. U I,.ll.' itrri t. t ii, lis l,...l".' N '.2, 1. I'- "I U. meets ... I r . il . , ll 1 Il'ia iu'iiiii; u. in. ii n.m i. !! i, 1 ii,i' SI l'i. I. i. sun i... ,"(,. h i. o. nt n. r. moots 1 t i 4 11 T.. .. V v im'tl i vil'll'jf, ill. ri. .iiuaim ii. Si J tiu tin U.iitit r.rin-vuli-tit Sm-u ty u.a the II -t a' ul tlni'.l Wi'iliu ily i ,i cf i ,! n in.oitli at tin if lull "vit i;. Jl I a.. ,"i H St To tihrillsn i. -Tin rini"M' J' MIA 'I'll ss- itli r 'i.i-' I.' lari-t iMvnl.iti..n in St. AUiaisi ml in 1m ii. I hi ( iinnt i.f an il iiU liani'l'. null i on tl .u i'i.ii'it, if no otlnr, tin' lii'-t lni'ilinm It V ' ' " 1 I 1 . . Local Items. fir,," In; cresting matter, original or so- j ctcd, nuiy always belound on (he tirst '.v. -V Ot it Daily. Those wishing (o secure opies ot our (iaily paper can tto no ai 1 t'l i i Mflll n .inn uaaui n ti-j...innMv.- . ell iis of earners, and at the otlice. 'opies of our weekly paper may also lie ni or t nose i) aces. Look in at Morton & Percy's for Fall nil inter Overcoats, with Moyer's attnt sleeve Cull', the best thing out. Burn it. Batter to-day sold from ' to 1'5 cints per pound. Several lots, siiouiu oe sta.ei:, som as nign as ou cis ,- .. .w.,.. ,1 i-i 1UII111.I. Hail Si')i:m. We were visited tliis f(crnoon a little after two o'clock, with hail storm which, we believe, did no iiiui inuiiiiyc uiiiii iu iiiynii.il iiui.-t., ml would have run awav if their own- i . ii..... , ,'.,:. Mi, i .... I.,,...,. ra had not held them in cheek. iMi'OKTrn Cattli:. 15. R.VanDuseii fWestlleld, Mass., imported through lis place yesterday, lo car loads of. )1. ore cattle from the " Burnt District," car Ottawti. L. 15. AiiMiXdTox, of Biikcrslield iu sold his Running Mare Lady Hall Cyrus Thorp, of St. Albans, for the im of 500 dollars. Tajiks R. Fleming, a conductor on le Vermont Central, while running ver the Cheshire road, Monday niorn- lg, e.inieiu contact with a bridge near itzwilliam, N. II. and was scr ously ljurcd, though it is thought lie will re jvcr. Mr. Fleming is a steady and re- Able man and lias been in the employ f the Central Road for two years past, .itli headquarters at St. Albans. Nasuy at BiitiitxcTON. Nasby will ct'iie before the Voting Men's Assoeia ion at the City Hall, Burlington, on londtiv evening next, Oct. 5th. Wc rtsiiinc there u ill be a full houee in al onda.ice. Tnr. Tiioy Fhuit Maiuckt. The ?roy fruit market is very brisk at pre ciP, in const quenee of the diU'eren arieties, and the drain on the market au.-eu tiy nouse-wives laying in then applies for winter use. At the Fulton a trket, theprieesoftliodillerent grade re rated as follows: Good winter ap iles, is") per barrel ; swjot patutojs, pjr larrtl. SJ : ncars from So to S3 ner bush- 1, plums from SG to $S ditto; pear , lov crate, from i?o toih: grapes, bes arietics.from twenty-live to thlrty-ilvt ents jie r pound. Plums are very scarce, 1 ..11 ......,1-. 1.. lw.l.i lllll lllf siiiuil riujjn in iii.inn'i n nuui y dealers, for even better pricia than ibovc quoted. Tho Union says thai 540,000 worth of plums, grown lu Jjheuccta ly city and vicinity h tve ihipped from that Markot. lluikind Herald. Look in ul Morton & Percy's for Full ' anil Winti'f Ovricn ts, with Mo.vor'Hj rattiil iSltvvc Cull", t tie lio.-t thlnj;out. I -- - HuTLAND Cor.vrv Conn'. In (ho famous ease of the St le 10. Aaron Clark, for forgery, lite jury returned a verdict of guilty. Exeeptions liy tiie resp ani ent, and sen enee resnltcu. l lie ease passes to the Supreme Court for re viwlon. Jhevet-Col. John It. Lewis, of tlie ltth U. S. Infantry, formerly of IJurliiijjtoi, is now Chief of Stall' to CJen. Sihley, commanding at Atlanta, (la. JUitTMuirrir Coi.i.r.iiK. Dartmouth College has a Freshman Class of 8i, and the Agricultural Department opens with 112. Sylvantis Tlioyer, of SoiUh Draintree, Mufs., lias added 810,000 (o ills previous gifts, and 10,0(10 more has just heen received from the estate of the late NVm. Keed, oI'Maiblohcad, Mass. llnv. Li'avitt l'AHTiiirrr, firmeriy well known as a lawyer in Bennington County, la now pleaching al North 15en nington, Vt., where he lias established a church. DnAYiTT Ci.AitKi: at Homi:. C5cn. DeNV. C. Clarke is in Burlington "in fine health and full of entliusitis-in" for Crant and Colfax. The (.'eneral prom ises the ISurlington Cllce Cluh a cam paign song. Tin: CiiiTTKNDi.N Cor.vrv F.m. T e Cliittenden County i'air will lie held at Darlington on AVcdnesday, Thuixlay, and Friday, of this week. Hon. Ceo. YYtlkins, of Stowe, will deliv er the adtlre.-s on Thursday, October 1 ; also, on the .--ame day, there will be a running race for a purfco ol'&luO. On Friday, October I'd, there will lie a hur dle nice for a citizens' parte of $lo0. VANAMllL'ltCill & Co.'S MKNACir.lill. exliibit in Rutland on Thursday. Sri)i:xDi:A'nt The Rutland Herald sn'ys tliat I'atiicl: Briblin, ti laborer on the gtavel tia.n, died suiltlei.ly on Fr. day evening. He came from his labor on Friday night, to all appearance well enough, cat his fciipperand went lo bed, telling his little girl to put up his dinner for the next day, as lie starts out to his work about live o'clock in the morning. When the alarm of lire was given, about S. - SJ p.m., Friday, they went to wake him, and found that he was dead. Mr. Brislin lost his wile some 10 weeks ago ami l)V Ins suiiden ueatn 0 ciiHuien are left orphans. Post Staxxahd, No 2, Grand Army ot the Kemiblie. ol Burlington, now numbers over 50 members. Dn. Gi:o, B. Lomxcf, of Salem, Ma-tf., who is to deliver the Annual Aildri ss at the Addison County Fair next week, is a practical fanner, a member of (he Ma--9achuse(ts Slate Board of Agricul ture, President of the New England Agricultural Society, and withal one of the most pleasing and polished oratois in Massachusetts. With all the usual attractions thai our Addison ncihbois oiler, and the additional attraction ofnn iddrcss fioni Dr. L., we prophecy that theirs will prove the "big show " of the season. We hope to see lots of our Franklin County friends there. Statu Co.vvkntiox. The second an nual State Convention of the Young Men's Christian Associations of Vei tnont will be held in Brattleboro, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Ocl. 13, I t, and 15. D. L. Moody, Pre sident of the Chicago Young Men's Christian Association ; Prof. 15. llunger- ford,of Burlington, Rev. A. B.Earle and other well known laborers in Associa tions and Sundaj School work, arc ex pected (o be present. All members of Young Men's Christian Associations in Vermont are invited to attend the meet ing: ami an invitation is also extemteu to each 15vangelical Church in the State, lo send its Pastor, and one lay member to the Convention. Delegates paving full fare, will receive return tickets from the Secretary of the Con veution, good only one day afteradjourn ment, and only over the road they came. -T- OitfiAXi.i: The organization of Co B, 1st Regiment of Vermont Militia, of Burlington, took place on Saturday evening. Major Peck presided, and the tallowing ollicers were elected : Captain John J Bain, junr ; 1st Lieut, Edmund O'Neil : '2 Lieut, Charles Harding ; 1st jerge.uir, Charles W Hathaway ; L'd do John Kelly : 3rd do, Win B Derby ; 4th do, Edward P Manor ; 1st Corporal Ransom B Fargo; id do, Robert J Buin L'd do, John Lamoine; 4th do, Alonzo R Spear. Tho FrccJ'rcus says : All the commis-doned and most of the ..on-coniniibsioned ollicers are "old sol Jiers" who can point to a gallant record ju tlio honored roll of the Vermont oi'igade. Captain Bain served with great credit .hiough the war as a member of the -d Regiment, and then on the stall'of Gen. L A Grant, (iii sliotthrouvhthe neck in .lie Wilderness. Lieut. O'Neil served through the whole wur; was Orderly iergeant of Co. G, of tho 2d Regiment. Lieut Harding also saw tho light iirotigh as a member of Co. M, ot the Vt. Cavalry. Mr. Hatha way aLo serv ed through the war imhoStn Regiment, IVlv in the 0h. Derby In (ho 17tb, Manor In the l'.'tli. Fart'o In Co. O. !2d Iteg't Lnino'no In Co. D, 10th Uog't.. S-ir in Co. 0, 2( Vcg'r. We understand that inother company uiunibor'ni: now over 00 men) will he organized in a few days. TiiN will make three compnniis of" Infantry and one section of artillery which has heen or ganized In our cltv. In all, 1201 men Jiftill one half of whom are old soldiers. nnd comprising some of the bct youmr men In the State. What (own can do better, or half so well ? Look in at Morion it Percy's for Full and Wilder Overcoats, with Mover's Patent Sleeve Cull', the best thing out. l-'Utrox MAiticirr. .lii'-t received, a nice lot Dried Beef, Suiiiir Cured Hams, Bologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, To matoes, Pears, Peaches, Water Melons ndn Musk Melons. dlf-01. The Talisman of fashion ; the favorite of beauty; the pet of luxury in every dressing-room and boudoir, is "BarretCs Vegetable Hair Restorative?" It is a sure picventivo to baldness and prema ture gray hair, and no lady or gentle man should be wltaout it. St. Joxcph Jfcruhl. dA:w. In Tic Douloureux, rub Renne's Pain Killing Magic Oil around tiie ear, and especially oh the prominent face bone above (lie ear. You thus reach the "fifth pair of nerves, which go to (he face," and if you tif-e it faithfully it soon cures. d&w. Tin: Qi'kst'on Si:ttm;i). Those emi nent nun, Dr. .lames Clark, Physician to Queen Victoria, and Dr. Hughes Ben nett, my tliat consumption can liectueil. Dr. Wilarknew (his when lie discover ed his now widely known Balsam of Wild Cheirv. and cxiieriencc has Drov ed the correctness of his opinion. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TO PRINTERS. T?AN"rEl, a good, stonily Compositor, for YV ni".Mpapi;r work. Al-so, A hoy 15 or 10 earn of age to tlio i'rintni,' llii.-niuss. iph at tins Ollii't'. as an Apprentice f IH11S is to certify tliat 1 have this dav givi n to Jl my sou, Horace W. Hall his time iluriiie; the. reinaiuder of his ininoiity, and hhall claim none of his earnings nor pay any of his debts alter this date. O. W. HALL St. Aibans, 2 -'.It-OS. 4 TMOSTI1L. J;. article ever Iiuuiiik at 1U ODOUATOlt, the neatest, iuveiiteil for Teifuining sic.' (iltLKN .V NIOIIOLN, No. 1, La.e Strent. L Ihlanginost delightful Tcrfuines al Ultl.f.. . tuuui.s, No. I, l-a.'e Street LOST. IN this village, last Saturday, n Toelvot Look containing about soonty dollars, and some papers. Hie Under wi'l be suitably le-varded on leaving thesamu at the 'I uansciiiit ()illcc. KI,I DKINKWLNK. St. Albans, Sept. 22, 1S09. LOST. BKTNVEHN Fulton JIarliet, St. Albans, and tlio Fair Ground, or on it. a dark colored niorrocco allot, ei ntaiuing $101, and a receipt from Severance A Co.. lioiton, to h. v. liallar. I'he Under will receive a reward l'i.51) on return ing the wallet to I.. U. UAl.li.Ml. St. Albans, IOth Sept., IHCH. nllltf LOYs HALS. jg )YOAT.S. Of all kinds, ju: t leceive I at WM. N. SMITH, A 00. G- LNT'S SHAWLS Just received at WM. N. S.MITH, A CO. r o to (,'0'S for jour 1; Sack ( oals. i O to WM. N. SAIITH .V CO'S for liusiucss J Suits of all kinds. "iuhhiso., ci.oriHN'G, clothing, j CLoITIINtll the largest Stock ot Clothing. Hats and Cans nun i iniiisiiniu iit.iiun im-i uuuiuii 101 sail' in i : .1.!...- r. l , . ..i. Vermont, is now opened at xi'r V uMl'l'ir t. rr'a I.OK SAL1C-A pleasantly located residence . iu St. Albans, with ono or two acres ot uuil, as may bo ilesired. Twelve gooil rooms, culler, cistern, excellent well of water, house ami oarn nearly new. Annie, near, nluin. anil cherry trei s, partly in healing, of best varieties, Vlso grape vines, etc. llio eiieapi'St place m town nt tlio prico asueii. jorius verv easv too further naiticulars, enquire at the Than- seiui'-r ruii- e. '210-th, Farm for Sale. r IM1F. snhse. iber nlleis for sale his farm lying X in cat lord, iu tlio County ot Chittenecn, continuing two bundled ami twentv-hve acres liiiildiugs all new. Location on a good road one nine liom tin) village ; near school and church, well fenced -running water to the housi aid barns an abundiiice of fruit. Two good -ugar orchards ; all the Farming, Dairy and sugar tools. Also, with or without block on the 'aim. The above farm will keep lortyeows and team through thejear. 1'orfiii'ther particulars impure ot tiie Biioscriiier on me pi onuses, JOsKl'H 15. C1IASL. Wcstford, Juno 22d. !S(iS. 22:lwtf. Farm lor Sale. CJITUATKI) in the east part of Sheldon, on a ij branch ol tlio Jlissisouoi Hirer, well known s the .loci Whitney farm, continuing 30(1 acres troiu 0U to 7o acres interval laud The larin is capable of keeping 00 cows, 0 i sheep, a team Ac Wood and timber land enough tor tin1 farm. Good Sugar orchard of 100.1 trees, sugar tools ,'c. 1 wo good dwelling houses situated oppo- oite, one brick and one wood. A dain-lioiihO mil apparatus tor the manufacture ot butter .ind choose. Good miming water at both lions es. da iry house and h.'iru. This faun is about 5 or G miles Ii oni the celebrated Surings. For further particulars enquire of the minor on the .... wn , r r ir ivi liilHlllMn ,,4ULil.l.il Ul-il.n. Fast Sheldon, Aug. 18, I8UH. 230wtf CROCKERY ! CROCIISRY1 ! I have just received a largo lot of iirst and second duality of Stouo and China Ware, coin prising two Ntw and Klegant Patterns called 'Gen. Grant" Patterns. Also a. large stock of Cutlery, Glass and Stone Ware, which I oiler for sale eneaii. noaso can atiu see neioro purcnas ing elsewhere. At the old Fiirrar JSIocW, one. door nortu ol George a. I'urrur H. l G. 8KINNF.lt St. Alums, Oct 21th, 1BGG. 130-tf HAT'S, HATS. HAT'S, GAPS, CATS, OATS All tho Styles just received at WM. N. SMITH, & CO'S. " ALDIS HALL." Boardinj) and Day School for Young LadlCS. rillir. I'Al.L Tl'.int will Infill WKbNiiSDAY, , .1. SMI' ri.Mlil.lt '.itli. IStW. ' MISS S'J'OXK. an iii'iimintlHlii'il Icnplii i'. wi.l i taK I'liaiUO 111 tlll'l'lllHSCJ til VllClll tlllll tllMUl Inrlitat lim-lc. l-'oi' tiTinn, iVi1., ailili o.".-) .1. W Jatlilw.lf TAYI.Olt. A. M., j'i'inriial. pi'Ai, Lcvrniu nr. la isi.a di; (Mjiia. .11 In tin' iliaii.(.'M lor IbliS tlit'lo will W 20, U.KI Ticliotd. $390,000 IIT GOLD. Dra im (hire in Strcukfii Days. l'rinof pniil in Oolil. Vi lm h cnalioil nml iuror tnntiini given Iiv OKOUOKUl'HAM. 1 711-1 v on n. Main St.. I'roViiU'iii'o. 1!. I. NOTICE. 4 l'KTITION will lie piosiiiitnltotliom.xtlpg XX. lHlntuio torn crant of a lVrry from A. ,t. IMioIiiu'h in Allinrcii. to Noitli IIito. nml trout .Intit'. llazon'H in Noi tli Ikro to Alhurah, U'luliaK oni' mile each wny from naiil lVrrv. a. s, l'tiii.rs, JAlti;, IIA.KN. I 2lwl. I'l'titiollOlS. NOTICE- T 11 A VI. tliis ilny kIvcii my son Tlioiiias I.ngro Ins tiiiii1 tint in tin' remainder ul Iiis imiiuii ty, nml shall pay no ilotitti of bin eniitracting nor cairn anv of his wages from this date. LiiiisIiui-rIi, Sept. 7tli, 1SG8. Attest, his SAMi-ta. Maysauu I.K'.VIS IX 1..VOUO '2l)lw;!t nun K . DISSOLUTION -Tin! copartnership hereto lore existing nmler thu iiaino of VVmiiiui A' lliintingt'iii is h mutual eonetit this ilay l solviil. All neeoiiuttt with saiil firm mu'st ho settled immediately. Either paitner is author ize.! to leeeipt for the same. riiAi:i.r.s WYMAN. L. 11. HUNTINCiTON. St. Alpaus, Li 'i. 10th, 1K08. 'I'he v.ateh and jewelry hm-iiiess in all it hran eln s w ill he eoiitiiiued, with pioinptness, ami in a wiirl.inaliiil.e nianiier as heieloloie, Iiv CllAUl.KS WYMAN. litl.lif ' io C Ils.ol 11 I Mill. rpiIK partnership heretofore existing hot u pen 1. Win. I.ueliu and Louis Meli. Smith, under the tirni lianii1 of Loelie ,V Sinitli. is this day dissolved hy mutual consent. All de'.its due the foimer linn must ho paid at their old placu ot business. WILLIAM l.Ol Kl'., LOUIS Mel). SMITH, Ht.Alh.u s, March IS, lh7. 157-tf. Good Dairy Farm TTH)i: SALT. IX MOIiltlSluWN, within onc- . had' mile of .Morristcnvn village Farm contain about eighty-live acres ol'cood laud, sixty acna cleared, and the reniail der wood-laini. Four hundred Sugar or 3Iap!c trees, with San Tubs and Sugar Utensils. A vonug Apple Orchard of about 100 trern, tnostlv in bearing. House 111) x 1 ). in cood n nair. with irood cel lar. 15.i ni li'J x ii-1, with cellar under tiin whole mil in good it pair, llunuing water at house ind barn, and pastures well watered. Fortv toii'i of lmv cut from tv.entv uerct will be sold with the f.uin if desired. Seven Cows. 0 yearling heifers, 10 sheen, and snau of good work horscswill he sold with the lace if di sired, and all farming tools. All to lie som verv cheap lor cash. W. II. TOWL1IS, Morristown, Aug. 13, 1SU3. 2;10wtf. D1 Uhinns ailmiration. lo bo ailnured, the must possess lieauty and liite.ligence. Most every one has intelligence, and jOklili CA2T BE BEAUTIPUL T,v using the PAIM11A. I.OTIAX, the late.il mil most wonderful of all the eo.-metics. liv its ue all moths and freckles are removed, the skin becomes clean and transparent, and the cheek roseate with the hue of youth. The I'aphian .l.iiiiuii can oe iouuii ai THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE! And also a most complete Assortment of all toi let articles. The new and fragrant Kim- ile Jla j o, and tiie ileliciou.4 wood Violet, and al other choice and fragrant perfumes. Tuff and Powder lioxes, Colognes, Toilet Soaps jeein wasnes ami l-owoers. lirtisnes: much as Hair, 1 colli, Nail, Intant, Ac., ,Ve. (.'all and see the beautiful necessities and lux urics for tho toilet oven if you do not wish to bin JUST RECEIVED As full a r.tock of pure Drug as can be found in tho State o: Vermont, together with llesinoids. Hum hxtraots, and all articles required in Thvsicians or domestic practice. Warranted pure and of tirst quality. This store will bo un dorsold by none iu St, Albans. Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Supporters, Ac.. A. ami nm l iiiuig i.epi in a wen regulated Lrug Store. S. H. DAY, AGENT. St. Albans, Vt. June. 1 fifiS. UV f Morton & Percy's, PIVOT ACTION BRACE A hiiperior Suspender for Skirts or Pants I An lineiiualed brace for tlio Shoulders. Abva.vH Suspuiider. A brace or not at pleasure. Its sinipliciiv. diiraliility. ease and coiivenleiu eoiinneud it to eerv Ladv. Geiitletnan. or Yo.itl Lxaiiiino lor voursolf, and be convinced that all herein stated is true. 1'ncos, 75 cents, $1(0 $125. $150. Id-tf PIANO FOR SALE. MuA' TltOCTOU has for ualo. al a viatY low UATi:, a very line Tiano, 7 1-1 octave, Jtoso wood ease, carved legs, Ac. : Jliiiiiitactured In tho United l'iauo Forto Co., Now York Those desirous of pur -hasiiig a piano wou'il do well to call at Mr. Proctor's rooms, No. Smith's JtlocU, heforo purchasing olsowhere. Jtr. Troctor has also tho agency for Steinway A Sons, and most ot too iioston l'iauo lanutactorics, ami is pre pared to offer Pianos and Parlor Organs at very low rates IMdlf to to WM.N. SMITH, k Co. for Kood bar Tg iius in o othing and Hats and Caps, and I .Tr thins iu their line. I'hu'iiix Mutual Lite Insurauci! Co., OF HARTFORD, CONN. A fiivnialili' opportunity is invxi'iiti'il to laici- jjitir ami ivlial'li. lin.iimM iiirn who can ilmnte tluir I'litho tiini- In tlio IniMiiipsx. to rolifPfi'iit tliiMnl'l. ftaiincli. anil most MlfvcAKfal I.llo Com- M.""." " ""V; ii.ni"i. in mu oi.uu oi , ii iiiinii. j in: iiiuii.v popular ii'ainiuri prciinar i to tiie 1'IhviiK Mutual, ami tlii; (fi'i'nt ailMUitiiPN it oners tn tin insuring pulillc its freodom lrom restrietiuiis on travel and occupation -its non fiiri'eitnlile policies -its litiernl proinliuu systum -the economy or the mining inent. and Its large niiliiinl diviileiiils, render it the mo-t prolltuhle Com any to Agents desirous of renlizing a hntid Hiiue competeiiuy liv their eiitetprise and euer K. Apply to C. L. 1IAI1COCK, Htnt. Agent Vlneiii Mutuil Life Ins. 'o. dl)-tr Union lllocli. Itutlniid. Vt. New Store and New Goods, C. R. PELL, WITH ROBERT KINGSLEY, I) K I ,S (' 0 I, L " S X K W Hi- ) (' K , GOT SKE STEEST. ST. ALBANS, VT. KAVl'. jnt opein d t e lcrget stock of CroeK eiy, euinprising all the new and ilesirahle I .i 1 1 1 i ns. Trench, Chiui and lliihemi:in Fancy and 'I alile (ilass W are, Cutieiy and Tinted Ware, ever oft'i red in thii County. We also call attention to our Stool, of FOKLION AND DOMESTIC DItY (iOODS, viiiTn noons, linf.ns, FANCY GOODS, NOTION'S AND S.M VI.L V.'AltL. Tlio uiidersigncil would respectfully anuouiicc to the public that we l.nve adopted the C.Wi Y.VTKM, and ON K TKICi:. DriscoTa Newl!:ocU. LalieSt.St. Albans, Vt. UiniLKr KLNtisLLY. i'tltf ,00K TO YOUR INTEREST, Plio3nix Mutual IFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF JIAllTFOItO, COXX. ITS ASSETS ARE NEARLY 0 0 0,000 ; a:;ncai. income, NEARLY TWO MILLIONS AND CONSTANTLY lNCKHASINO. niiii;ii Diviilemls, ,")( j'cr Cci:(. All its Policies are Non-Forfeiting! No u- sliictionon Travel, Location or hmplnvinent 1 Divideuils upon the iuT Treinioms paid on all Us Tables 1 Notes taken if desired for half of the Premium lor the lirst four years, and m ease of death, they are paid by the Dividends and given uj and not deducted from the Policy, and 'he Full Amount ol' Insurance is Paid. It has paid in lo."b08 to its Policy Holders over ;,im,Mji, and lias never contested a claim during the 17 years of its existence. No oxtia Premiums charged for insur ing. Viualos, It.iilroad Employees or .Seamen , Policv iu the PiliHNlx is properly called a Whole World Policy. It permits the insuieil to IraM l or lesiilo at'will anywhere in tlio United States or F.urope, at any season of the yiar, rtitliout extra charge. NELSON H.ARMINGT0N, Agent, 'or Tiiuikliu, Grand Is e and Lamoille counties C. L. 15ALCOCK. Stat. Agent, iV2'2'.w22M-tf Lntland. Vt. St. Aibans Dining Rooms, LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS, DOWNING & STEERE P R O P R I E T 0 11 S TrAT.M MLALS or f.uncli V houi's, iu tiie host style. f.unches strved at all Fresh Bnhimori' Oysters, lioooived daily and supplied to the Trade at wholesale prices. nlod ikVwtf Health, Luxury, and Economy, MAY 15K SLCUltlJ) 15Y HAYING YOUIt FEATHER BEDS RENOVA TED. riMlIS is done by a Ste.uii Trocrss, patented I Aug. (itli, lS(!7l and not only nia.'es them lean and who esome, which i)i ents si 7.'iiess but relieves each tibre Iroliuts matted condition, increasiiiir the bill.-of the bed oficiitimus ouo- l alf, tlielebv leuilei iiig t licit inoio luxurious. In fact it is everything essential to old or new FEATHER BEDS, I)i -troying nil ino lis, or hahi'ity to them, re iinum; all dlsai;rei aii;e scent, leoiunnm among lew leitlurs,) and all gummy and glutinous -.iibst inee limn the. quill ; thereby preserving hem from the oflect of long usage. We would, tlieicfore, say to tho citizens of this ,il ice that we are among them for a few days, to render them an essential l.enciit. Our facilities ne such that, upon being oidered to do so, wi an ta.o and r-titrn beds tho same day, well renovated and le.uly lur unuiodiato use. tor '.' per bed, including pillow and bolster, if suitable to run with tlio ikmi. Now "i e us your best or poorest, now or old proi idoihhev are Geese or l)ucA- Feathers. AYo varraut Hiiisiaction or naf.o no cuarge. County and Vown llights for sale. 15JIIF.ULY, LVANS, A CO. Work dono over .1. P. Ktono'a Store, .Main Street, St. Aihans. Vt. Wanted a good canvasser to work for th'j ahovo apply to t . F. FVA.NS. Trenioiit House. l17"ANTT:ii.Aii Audit to malic a thorough V cau ass of Frank. in County in behalf of that old and reliable Life Insurance Company, The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford Conn. Liberal terms to an actho, energetic man. Address. N. O. A.XTF.LL, Peru, Clinton Co.. N. Y General Agent for NorthornNow York and Yor inont. '207-tr Ctl.OT'HING for Fall and Winter, just received nt Smith's new lliock, W.M. N.SMlTH,.VCO'S PANTS and Vesta of all kinds just tinivcd lit WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. S III UTS ami Drawers of all kinds now opening a.t WM. N. SMITH, ACO'H. BY TELEGRAPH J'orlla' Vermont Traimcrtit. LATEST NEWS! Later from Tort Haynes, Earthquake in South America, Livinu'ooi., Sept. 29. The steamship America arrived out at S o'clock thin a.m. The steamship City of Baltimore ar rived thin forenoon. Tlio steamship Tatifa arrived at four o'clock a. in. yesterday. Fokt Havxks, Kansas, 23. The following despatch was received yesterday at the Headquarters of the Department in the Field : Drtauhmcnt of U. S. Troops al thcDry Furl: of the North I or k of the Ilcptibll cun Hirer, Sept. 20. Col. Forsytho is hadly wounded, hut will be able to travel to-morrow. Lt. Beccher, of the 3rd Infantry, died of his wounds and was buried. Lt.-Col. Carpenterarri ved hero yester day at 10 a, in, His promptness and celerity of movement deserve credit. He met the scouts wiio had been sent from Fort Wallace at Reaver Creek, they having been beaten back by the Indians, and started them again, but they could not lind Bradley's command which did not reach tite Forks till yes teulay. For.sythe's men fought despciately j hi spirited ami noble conduct encour aged his men. There are few cabes on record of more desperate lighting and continued endurance without food ex cept lumo-llesh, and surrounded by the lead and living. We eannot remove the dead, hut the Doctor says the wounded may be remov ed to Fort Wallace to-niortow. Col. Forsytho estimates the number of Indians tit 000. He takes this esti mate from the judgment of his experi- need scouts. They were Cheyennea, Arapahoes and Sioux. Lt.-Col. Carpenter reports that ho struck a trail and place where they had encamped probably for two days after leaving here, and the trails show that they are going towards Beaver Creek. Ho saw the bodies of 5 Indian warri ors (Clioyenncs), about IS inilc3 from Col Foray t he's camp, evidently some of hose killed in tlio battle. There must have been 75 Indians kill ed and wounded, at the lowest esti mate. Col Forsytho lost on en killed. mil lo wounded, and all his horses. Tho following is the list of the killed : Liiut F H Beecher, Acting Surgeon .Mooie, T W Calvert, Win Wilson, and Louis Farley. The wounded are : Col Forsytho (twice), Wm Armstrong, G B Clarke, Barney Day, H Fooley, Itichard C.ault, Wm Haley, Frank Harrington, W 11 11 McCail, Howard Martin, Thos O'Donnell, 11 11 Tucker, Louis Mc Laughlin, Henry Davenport. S It Davis. 1 have the honor to remain, Your obedient servant, (Signed) Hrxuv C Baxkiiead, Brig-Col Commanding New Yuk, 23. Some of the ofliccrs and men of the U S steamer Watiice, and two survivors of tlio Fredonia, wrecked by the earth quake in South America, arrived hero yesterday, and additional particulars of the terr.ble scenes during the latccarth quake are thus received. In Eeuator alone it is now stated that the number of killed and wounded amounts to 40,000 In Peru, the dead aro yet hidden in the ruins of tho hoiif-es in many instan ces, and a stench infesls the air which, it is thought, will produce a pestilence Bands of robbers in tho ruins are rob bing every ono who has anything left Ni:w Youk, Sept. 29. A SheriU'and his posse had a desper ate light with a negro, near Ililr.a, Ar kansas, on Saturday Tho negro killed tho Sheriir and wounded two of his posse ; ho then took to flight, but was pursued by the citizens and captured They took a vote upon the subject, and resolved in favor of lianginghini, which was done immediately. Gold, lllj. A NHW Supply of Drugj, Miemicals, Patent, Zjl -ueiiiciues, t.cjiiHi leccived at GUKi'.N ,t NICHOLS, No. I, La Aro Street. ITU.AGG'S Iitstatsnt llolief and Spcor'a Stan, " dard Wine Hitlers at GltFFN ,V NICHOLS, No. I, LiiA'o Street. rnitlCOT COAT'S in Short Frocks, and Hill X Frocks of all lauds and colors at W'M.N. SMITH, ,t CO'S. QllIiiTSandDUAWi'.HS, and Over Shirts of YOiW kinds, just received at Win. IS. SMITH, & CO'S. 77ULL Suits in largo variety i: at WM.N. SMITH, i CO'S.