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Transcript. ST. ATLBA-jSTS, VT., IHTURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1868. "Vol. I. jSTO. 1:25. Daily V ermont j t i rn : i. ri'niiisnni) KACii i:vj:nin(. I. ... IK..-1. ff.. Vt C 't rift iiu riff vs. ii t f - P. Davis, Proprietor ami Editor. tehms : year, it) advance, fS,IK utniithH, in advance l.bn ue luiiiuiis, in uinwn.u, ..,,. luontli, Hi advance ivnri iHnmiMii)4 Minium im iimiueo in un t;iiii. i in. BUSINESS CARDS. MINKS V i UOWLKY, Dt-MeiM in Cn-on-iii-H ttnil Wi'Ht Inula M'mkIh (if I'vcry i(Hcmutmt f v. ... IH....1 t ..1 ut v VIl.-tiiM Ti, I' ll I'M 1 U UK It'll . 1 j.llVf HI I 1.1 li niiHlimiini mi. r TTLLAltD 1 VltlllNGloN, All OHNEY A V IlllliSl i"'l ! A.." ,Mliiinrtnii"t in w...... Office with H S. lloyee, Ilrainord block, Uli.niH. Vt. 21'2-lv All, HI, DAVIS A1JA.1IS. COUNSEL ORS T LAW and Solicitors m Chanceiy. ... :.. II 111. ...I. 111. ... Vl (IT-II A Hi ll.MI.I , t'.MIUJMIi.i! II I Ai'.i.u-ii LALSDFLLA UINilIAM,AHorncyn at Law, and Solicitors in Chanceiy, Cumin luge, t. k K. Ill lIMltri.T.. M. A. lHMUIAI. SA1IEL S. II1)H, Dealer in all lllock. kinds oi' St. Al 2H.1 Family Oroecriis, Harrow , Voruidi t. it. i . i iiiii.u in , ruvsiciau aim miu- geon. Graduate of tin- Univoisity of Vor. it. Office! lniillold street, over Messrs- HIH'llHt ItlllUIIU IHHlKf. llOI-l K.S'HIV & WILSON, Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chanceiy. Office in No- .. V 11. ...1. VI XI1.......VI III... ..I (.,lu inii'iv in i' rum, mi. wueaiin. linn i. uiitiiiie lilies. l.VJ-tl C. IIKNTUX, V. II. WII.SOX. i 1 1. 31 A X, I 13 X T I T. Office in I he . KLVOMAN 11L0CIC. Main St., opposite tho . 1 rn I. 1 II uicl:uiioiiui iniuuii. i-n. J IE. .11' t.lll.:H. LJ J 1. 1 . l'l over Wcad and Duron's Drug store, i ' tf liircK, ATT011NEY AND COUN'SEL LOlt AT JiAff, Also, Agent tor first .. I...., "',, ,1 I'.,,- ,,l.l.,,,,; nt II . I.. , .1 . I . r A. SOW I. ICS. Attorney and Conu.-ollnr at Law Mid Solicitor in Chancery. Office over I X..l!..,,.,t II,,,. I. U Ml,,,,., ' . K. W ill attend to Collections, and prosecute , lUAiUMltll lu uiimii;iii h iuuii n uuu iiiii.iiu o r. .. .. o . ....II. I.. I., k.'., i.i i. .,,,.1 i.,,..,n,i. fl If . I..k..,f kl..'IHll. . . I I t.if.iL Jlain, opposite JiaiiK Street, St. Albans, (UnStairs.) Open all hours of the day. iiduy.i excepted.) All the latest styles of pic ii Hindu nt tliK (inhere. Albums mid l'ie- i I'r.inieM. Slel-eo.Hiitiiiiil illlil e.tt'il PietnreM ot uiont Scenurr. all at low prices. Call earL otten. X. i. .ICUAJd.lSUA. 157-tt. l'jopiictol. ICOKCa: K. HOUUTt)X, Attornev and Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in Ch li st. Albans, Verniont. Ullicc near he l'ost e, and lcsideuce on Weldon street. 1IM1, Ulllll.ll ldll'H V. I1I1111I1CP1IIIII. I , I.IPHIIII1.T icr of Deeds tor the States of New oii;, icliusetts, and other States, lie will yie nipt attention to all prolessiouat business i wmeli nr. lilnv Me enii'iiMteit. t. Alluns, Nov." 4, lfclil. tf S. XOU1V1CI1, Practical Steam and Gasl'itter. lirass and Iron iioodsof even cription, lor uteaiu, water, and lms. liiuis locks repaired, and kes titted. Ac. t. Albans. Vt. 173-lr Main Street, St. Albans. Vt. " 111! AKK.VK IIltOTIIKKS. lltllV .M HI: C 1ANTS. I I.. V-..1I.. .,1. . .,;!. . uorner i.aKe ana Alain streets. t. Albans. March 111, 1801. 1-tf .uimisicr iiiiAiAisuu, dealer in l'oie- iLMi and iloinestic Dry Uooda, Hoots ami ich iaiik o Notions, corner ot Maui and liaiik ii v ,iia., de.i cr in ! lie Watch es, Clocks and Jewelry. Sterl inr Silver ami -cr Hated Ware. Fancy Goods u i;ieat a- V. vtaicn llen.iiriiiL' am Mii'mv in SI. ,. . - o - --o' i.iiih. 1 . 1 1 1:1 f. POST & ft)., dealers in Dry Goods and choice 1'aiuilv GrocericH. Corner ol ... ....1 l?. , I, l o oi in i.i i. c. I'osr, i jANr.s. MEIUCAN HOUSE, Itichfurd. Vt., Jerry 11. Sweatlaud Proprietor. This House is local- III tlio centre of the village, near the Custom use, Post-Office nndMillw. HiU-lv ILL.VSAITOHD. Attorners at Law, and Solicitors in CliancciA , Ollicc, Lako street Allians t. d52.Vw2.U-tr. J. HILL G.A. SAi-eoitn. OOK, BINDING i i w j o i' j n ut jxHiu liiiuu'i aim W 111 .i.l- 1t,.,,l. M.....,ini iTiirmnn wtrnw u nnnc r ok innuniL' in uvrrv ntvlummi tint clifain'rtt tlio tnoat contly, ami all ilonu in a thoruuuli inner. lit.. Ofl 1JC7 tor..,' I'ltlllMI I I'T II? of Tim HOUSE M E R I C A N 1 1 HT. A1IUNH, VT. i. Al. I'UiltUU .Clkiu;. Afcemovecl. in. S.s. CLAHK has removed to South .Main " Street. Ollico at his rebide St. Albans. M., JUv. 2, Jhtlf HORACE P. HALL, M. D. (Late of tlio Army, Ac.,) is returned to St. Albans, and mav bo fimml for the present at the American' Hotel. ni ticulsir attention paid to Op. ui. nit t; nuiKcry, ll'j-ly NOTICE. Mr. F. L. Goodspced's New House at Mi.ssi loi Springs, is now ready for tlio reception of larders. ,l:i5-tr GRAHAM FLOUR. A Superior articlo of Graham Flour, for sale wiu siore oi jiak.mv-s ,v UKOWLliY. d83.tr Lake Street. f 0 E AMONG 'J Hh ltOoLS. Lubin'a IhlaiiL' Liiiiiauu most (leiiL'nini iTrinnieu i tillr.LN A NICHOLS, No. I, Late Street vruit.iKnT rji.vniAi. ami sim.i.ivav V IIAILP.OADS. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Uommoiicnm Sept. 14, 1SG8. UIA1NS OOlNO SDfTII an l -vsr LeuM' St. AlhaliH nt fi.'J i .1. 'it . 1 !.!1 1 h i i. and f.00 n. in. M:tll 'J'rain loan li'"He'n I'ii nt at 1:41) a. in., reccivi'H iasi('iiv;rrN from Oden-dmr;:'' l!. il and coniiectx at White lliver Jiuiction mid lid , Ioh rnllsith truiiii for liii-ton, Worectter, Siiiii(,'lU'ld, and with train on ruHHtimpsic It. K.. ariivt'K ut New York at Ill.l.'i )i. m. ; Xnv Elirenn leaves Mimucal at H;4l) n. in., St. ! Johns at 10:0(1 a. m., (.JKilmihlmrKh at CMO a. in., ' ItouHcV Point at l(i:4.ri a. in., for llosdon, Ac, ai riviiiL' in Uostoi via. Lowell at 10:) n. m. Nisid r.xjircHH leaves OKden-hnivh at 1.00 ji. in., Mnntri'iil at :i:!Wi (. m., ltoiiHe'- I'oint at (I.IJj 1). in.. St. .Inlitm nt 5:00 p. in., aniviiiK at Itoxtuti at 8.10 a. in., eoniieetiiiK' at llellows Kills with Chesihile ltoad for llostoli and WorceHtcr and witli Vermont Valley liailroad for SnriiiKllulU, .Vc, j mid auiin in New York nt 12,;lt) p. in. I IIIAINM OlllMI Noisril Ash wi:xt. Leave St. Alhaiis for .Montreal at 0:10 a. in.. aiid0:;)5p. in. Tor ltonne'M I'oint, t)),'den.slinrj;li and the West at C:tCi and 11:0,1 a. in., and .;) ; p. in. I Day r.xpresM le:ivei Uostoli via. Lowell i.ni n i in. for llnrliliKlon, St. Allians. Montreal. Ac. arrivniK at .Mnntre.il at in:u ' p. m., ineimiiiir),'!! at 12::U)n. in., tnakiii),"'lote eoniieetioii with the train for the Went. Mail Train leaves llo-mm via Lowell, at 7:0) a. in., via Lawrence and I'itehlmrK .it ".! a.m., Siiiinutield at 7:15 a. in., for liitiliiiKton, and St. Albans. The trains Waving UiMon via. l'ilclilmrn at "::):) a. in., and Spriii'r'icld nt 7:15 a. in., connect at White iiivcr .Tni.ctiJ with the U.iy Express tinin. Accommodation Trail- leaves Northllcld at 7:15 I', in., for linrliiiKttin, Kilt land, St. Albans, Itoilse'a I'oint, ( ItfcndcsbiirKli, .Vc. Nliit iApiess leases liclloww I-alls at 10.00 p, ii,., leceiviiif; passiiij;erH floni Verniont Valley Itailroad, leain New York at 12.15 p. in., and From Cheshire liailroad, leavin;; ltostoii at 5:110 p. in., count cthi,' at While lliver Junction with train leaving llnstoo at 5:o(l p. in., for linrlini,' ton, House's I'oint. .Montreal and Odclisbiiih, roiilicctinn with ste.mieri iindOraiid Trunk Trains loi theWcst. Sleeping cars are attached to both the nielli Express trains runnilif,' between St. Albans line Boston, and St. Albans and Sprinjilicld. ThroiiKli tickets for ChicaKo and the West fnj sale at the principal stations. O. MEltllILL, Suii. St. AlD ins. Sept. H. lbOH. RIITIVX1 AXU ttUllLil.NOi'l'O.V A.M VI VALLEY HAILltOAD. On and after lec. 2d, 1807, liains wiU rnr as follonH, viz : MOVISll KOUIH ASI) KAST. Leave IJtiri:.iston at H::!l) a. in., 1 :.')5 p. m. :i:"C 0:15 P. in. An ire at ltutlandat 11:25 a.m.,l:H' in. 8:00 a. m. r .in a. m. Leave lliitlnndat 1:00 a. in., 12:00 m. Arrhc Uellows Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 p. m., ,v. 8:23 n. in. Leave liellows Falls at 7.50 n. in., 2:25 p. in. .'!::(0 n m. Arrive at Urattleboro' at 8:50 a. m., 11:20 ii. in., 1:27 a. m. JIOV1NO NOC.TIt AXt WKST. Leavi iirnttleboro' at 11:00 . m., 4:15 A 0:00 . m. Arrive at liellows rails at r:ou u. in., anil 5:40 and '.1:55 p. in. Leave Jiellows Falls at 12.35 p. in., 5:15 p. in. 10.00 p. in. Arrive at llutlaud at AM p. in., 0:00 p. in. 12:3.) a. in. l.e.ive uutlaiui at ti.iiu a. in., j.ai p. in., a.ai p. m. l::;o a. m. Arrive at liui'iiiiton at u:i.i a. m., 4:25 p. in., and 0.15 p. m. 4.15 a. m. TKA1NS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS: air At lturliiiKton witlilloats on Lake Chain- plain and Vermont Central and Verniont and Canada llailroads, for Montpclicr, St. Albans, House's Point, Montreal, Ogdcusburh, and the Webt. At llutlaud witli triuna for Troy, Albiiiv and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady, ind the est. At liellows rails with trams on Cheshire liailroad lor l''itchhurgh, Worcester, Lowell, and liostou. With t. alley ltailrn.id, for liratlleboro , Spnngtield, llartlord, Neiv Ha ven, and New York - and with Sullivan liailroad for Windsor, White Hirer Junction, Wells Hirer, St. Joluisbiirr, Newport. Littleton, and the White Mountains. Passengers for the West will find this a cheap, pleasant, and expeditious route. l'OJt TICKETS, and all necessary information enquire at tlio Onlces on the line. W-tt. LilM. A. AUillUtlilj. sunt. JOUTIIKIIX 11AII.UOAD. WINTER ARRAIl UUMEN T-1801-5. On and after Monday, Nov. 14, 1801, Passcngei Trains will run as folloivs : fl'WAIll) TllAlNS. Day Express Train lcives Concord a D.'J5 a. m., lor thito lliver Jimetion, connecting with trains for Montpclicr, liuiiingtoii, House's Point. .Montreal, Ac, and with Ogdeusbtirgh and Grand i'runk llailroads, for the West. .Mail Train leaves Concord at 10.45 a. in., foi White lliver Junction, connecting with train foi Wells lliver, St. Johnsbiiry, Itartou, Newport, Willougliby and Magog Lakes, Staustcadf li.ith, Littleton, and Lancaster; also, with trams foi Montpclicr, iJiirhngtou, St. Albans, House's Point, Moulrcta, Ogdeusbtirgh, and the West. Itnstol Train leaves Concord at U.UO p. in., for Franklin and liristol. Evening Express Train leaves Concord at 8.1.' p. in., for White lthcr Junction, connecting with ir.iins tor Montpclicr, Hiirliugtoii, St. Albans, House s i'oint, Aloutrcnl. ugdeuslmrgli, and tin West. Or on arrival of trains from 15ostoii,Worccter, t'ortsmoutli, l'ortlaiul, iVc. POW.N'WAUI) 'nt.UNS. Morning Express Tram leaves White Hivel finictioii fur Concord at 1.15 a. in., or on arrival of train from Ogdcimbiirgh and .Montreal. On Mondays at li.2o instead of 1,1,"). liristol Train leaves liristol for Concord at s a. in., and Franklin at 0.12 a. in. Mail Train leaves White Hirer Junction for Concord at 12.1l) p. m., or on arrival ot trams over the Verniont Central, Passuinpsic, and W lute Mountains llailroads. Day Express Train leaves White Hivei June turn at -l.ua p. in., or on arrival of trams from .Montreal and Ogdensburgli, Urattleboro' Keene, liellows Falls, Windsor, Ac, connecting at Con cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell ami llnaioti. These trams connect at Concord with trains ,'or Manchester. Lawrence, Portsmouth. Port land, Nashua, Worcester. New York, Lowell, and Uoston. ONSLOW SlliAHNS, Agent. Concord. N. II. Nor. 10. isiil. wit'. THE ST. ALBANS BH1UADE HANI) Are prepared to furnish music for FIREMEN nml MILITARY PARADES, PICNICS, EXCURSIONS DANCES nd on other occasioiiB where- Hand and String Music is required, Ordci a addressed to GEORGE E. KINSLEY, on to W . H . SMITH, At the Tremont House, will receive , teutiou. prompt at di-tt Hats and Caps for their stock is all now. Morton & Percy's, PIVOT ACTION BRACE ! A superior SiiMpender lor Skirls or I'.mts 1 An lineipialed brace for the Shoulders. Always a Suspender braee or not at pleasure. Its simplicity durability, ease altil coiivenielice cntiiinclid it to evi rv Lady, tleiitleinan. or Yo.tth. l'.xaliiine for vnuise,!-, and be convinced thnt all herein stati d' is true. l'liees. 75 eints, $1 CO, f 1 25. H 50. ld-tf ClOTEXWG STORE -ON- LA1CE STREET. MORTON & PERCY! Having bought of G. W. Pilodgett his new and entire siocu oi CLonnxa, fuhnisjuno GOODS, II A TS AND CAPS, BOOTS AXD SHOES Feel satisfied in saying lo the public that they an sell goods as low us can ho bought in l rank- liu County. All we ask is to have customer come in, nml satisfy themselves, beforo pur chasing elsewhere. We have, mid are icceiving, all the new si vies from market, consisting of READY MADE CLOTHING, 'uimsiiiNa GOODS, LINEN AND PAPEH COLLLAHS Of endless varieties, and a large and well selected Stock of Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats and Boots, Which we will sell low for cash. We have the largest assortment of HATS AND CAPS To be found in Northern Vermont. If you don't believe it. call anil . see for yourselves. Our Clothing is New and Desirable, consisting of SPUING SPUING SUITS, HLACK SUITS, LIGHT COLOHED PANTS AND VESTS, LINEN VESTS. CUFl.S, AND HUi'TONS. OVElt SACKS, THICOT SUITS, FANCY OASSJMEHE PANTS AND VESTS, LINEN PANTS. 1TES, Boys' and Youths' Clothing, We hare a few Winter Over Coats left, that ivo will sell at n big discount from oust, for cash. lleineniber the place, Two doors West of the American House, i.aKu street. MOHTON A PEHCY. lli;.'iiy G. Moiiros. Ai.iimir N. Pr.ucv. ld-tf l'oiiueily with Win. N. Smith A Co iXSUUANCK The undersigned will take risks for either of tlio following first class Insurance Companies: Home Insurance Company OF NEW HAVEN Capital Stock. 81,000,000. Iiifensalional of New York. CAPITAL, fl,000,;'(KI. Fire and Murine of Siiriimfield. Capital -folc. 8500.000. National Insuranco Oompany, Boston, CAPITAL $3 CO, GOO! Insure against Fire and Marine HisltH. Not ex ceeding $30,000 on any one Hisk. Each of the above amounts of stock paid in. M. I1UCK, Agent, Office over Weeks' store, St. Albans, Vt. Nor. 1st. 181111. 14-tf. ASAHEL S. HYDE, m.Ai.KR ix all Kixpa or First Class Groceries ! ! DAKHOW W.OCK, ST, ALHANS, VT. Consisting in part of Fiour, Pork, Fish, Sugar, Teas, d-tf ifco., Ac. S jOMirrnixn NEAT AND NEW ! X27 ST. A.XiBA'TTS. More on Like Slrcol, KI'.I'T IIV The undersigned havinc; nicely fitted up the store in the American House lilock, on Lake St., and stocked it with a choice assortment ol 1)11 UGS A XI) JUJDICIXES ! Hcspcctfully solicit a share of tlio patronage of thitt community, feeling sure that they can give satisfaction in goods and piices. Our stock coiioKts of DHUGS. CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, PEHFUMF.HY, TOILET AltTCLES, DYES, AC. oru stock or Is complete, consisting in all the approved va rieties, and our general stock includes all goods usually Kept in a stoic of this kind. Headquar ters for the A. B- A. BITTERS, One of the best Spring Medicines in tlio mar ket. Physicians orders solicited, and carefully and promptl r tilled. In iiuality and price we guarantee to satisfy nil who favor us with their patronage. Stoic open on Sundays at noon, for supplying ueeotsjry medicines. OXl. NICHOLS Is a practicing Physician in regular standing. and will attend to all protes.-ional calls, lie member the place, under tlio American House Lake Street, St. Albans, dl-tt GllEEN A NICHOLS. WARD & BURNES, Dealers in alll kinds of GrEO CEEIES LAKE ST., ST. ALRANS, First door above the St. Albans Houso, kecj1 constantly on hand a lull assortment of FAMII.Y GROCERESS Consisitng of Flour, Meal, Prorcnder, Shorts, And Feed Of all kinds Porl;, Fish, Hams, Sugar, Teas, Lard. frcAliHuttoi And all sorts of M licles usually kept in busines: of their kind. Highest cash price paid for al kinds of country Produce. GIVE TJ3 A CALL, dl-tf W.VHD A UUIINES MEW SilBSES STORE Opposito Stoic of Saxe A Place in buildiup formerly occupied bv S. S. A J. A. liedard. La dies will find here a complete and choice assort ment ol J aney iiir goods r.ist received iron market, hiioli as Laces, Fringes all colors. Edgings, Insertions. Muslins, Lawns, Collars,!,Cufls Veils, Fans, a rich lot. Valencienes and Thread Laco Collars, A nice lino of French Cambrics and Fancy Lawiis, Anew hid Gloro which surpasses any. tiling yet urougiu into mis uiaruet, ami war- , raulttl. All of which wiil be sold at reasonable 1 prices. Ladies will llnd it to their advantage to , can turn examine lor ineinseires. Dress and Cloak making in all its rarietie under the skillful supervision of Miss Ellen j Moore, long and favorably known to tlio inhabi tatits of this villaffti nnd vicinitv. 1 Agent for WILCOX A GIIIH'S dewing Machine, 1 l-d-tl) Jj. I1. hIMlTON. AO TO W.M. N. sMll'H A GO'S lor your Fall A ami vi inter ciutiiint'. Eliliu IL Huntington, tstTCl:ssolt TO A. II. Ml'NVAN. SKS attention to the following partial list of xV. nrticlos, wliieh I will sed nt tile lowest rates for onsh. AMERICAN WATCHES. lli.wnrd, Trcmoi t, Mil:rwe. nnd all the differ ent gra.h s of Waltliam, National, and Unit ed Matis i'o's Watches. A large assort ment of Gold and Silver American Cases, of the best stjles. Also, Gold and Silver Swiss Watches. .adies' Gold Hunting Wntclu, American and Swiss. Tin l.Hest an 1 best p Uterus of Gold, Plated and Silver Chains, Fine Gold and Plated Jewelry of nil descriptions. A sp'.ili.tld i.ssortment of Ladies' PSKTS GOSB SETS, Itrusc.in, Coral, Garnet, Ac, Ac. Oeiitlcmcns' 1 ills. .Masonic 1 ins and Kings. Diamond, Emerald, ltiibv, Aniethvste, Point and Garnet Finger Hings, IS Kt. Plain llings. Gold lliiicclets, Silvir luted Spoons and Forks, ixtra and Treble Piate. Tea sets. Castors, Cake l'askets, Vases, .c., Ac, Coin Silver Spoons, ilunihlos, Ac. A verv largo stock ol Gold mid Sleel Spectacles, o erv pair sold warranted to suit. Pocket Kliires, Shears : l.tl Seisors of the 1st Hiality. Fishing Tackle. I shall receive fionl dar to dav now styles of Tew elrr. Silver and Plated Ware, which I will sell at the lowest tnaruet rates. U6 W.i teh l (pairing and omirarini' done piomptly. ld-tf. FULTON JIAKKLT E. C. GALLAU, I'i'ojii'iutor. have recenlly refitted no supplied with the best of market, which is Men!- FMi, Tripe, a ml Uriiil a lid Smoked Iti el' AND ALL firi xi liiiiitn n vi iu uiid.iwii . Now on hand, a nice lot of SUGAR CURED HAMS IP 'JEt 13 S Xi 1 1 S Ii HALUiUT, MAOKEP.EL, COD, CUSP and HADDOCK. St. Albans, May 13, 1S0S. nd-tr :snu:s admiration. To bo ndniired, thev must possess lieauty and Inte.ligonce .uoit every one has intelligence, and AXiZj CAIT 3333 BEAUTIFUL Hv iisina the I'APUIAX I.OTIAX, the latest and most wonderful of all the cosmetics. l!y its use all moths and freckles are removed, the skin becomes, clean and transparent, and the cheek roseate witli the hue of youth. The Paphian Liotiou can ne iouiui at THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE .Vnd also a most complete assortment of all toi let nrticies. ino new and migrant iior in 3.11) o, and the delicioui wood Vlulil, and nh other choice and fragrant perfumes. HAIR DRESSINGS AITS DES Puff and Powder lloxos. Colognes. Toilet Soaps l'ceth washes and Powders, llrushes: such as Hair, leeth, Nail, Infant, Ac, Ac. Call and see tlio beautiful necessities and lux urics fortlio toilet ercu if rondo not wish to buy JUST RECEIVED As full a iitock of pure Drugs as can bo found in tlio State o: ermout, together witli Itcsiuoids Fluid Extracts, and all articles remiired in Phrsicians or domestic practice. Warranted pine and of lirst iiuality. This store will be tin .lersold by none in St. Albans. rrusses, Shoulder Unices, Supporters, Ac, and every thing kept m a well regulated Drug Store. A. S. R. DAY, AG-ENT. St, Albans, Vt. June. 1808. ldtf 1'lttpnix Mutual Life Insurance Co. OF IIARTEOM), CONN. A tavorablo opportunity is presented to oner getio and reliable Inismess men who can devote their entire time to the business, to represent thin old. staunch, ami most successful Lite Com panv, in unoccupied territory in thu Stato ol Vermont. The many popular features peculiar io the IMiieiux .Mutual, and llie great advantage it oilers to the insuring public-its freedom trom restrictions on travel and occupation -its lion forfeitable policies- -ith liberal premium system thu economy of thu 111:111111 incut, and its large annual dividends, render it the most profitable Com any to Agents desirousoi icaiiiug a nnmi jomo competency by their enterprise nnd ener gV, Apply tO I.. Li. liAlll wi.iv, Stat Agent Pliienix Mutual Life Ins. Co. dli-tf Union lllock. llutlaud, Vt NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868, -AN tXTltA FOUR-HORSE 00A0H Will run from St. Albans lows : to Sheldon, as foi Leave St. Albans every day at - o'clock p. in Arrive at Sheldon at 1 o'clock p. m. Leave Sheldon at 8 o'clock a. m. Arrive at St Albans at 10 o'clock a. in. II. .IENNISON, Proprietor. St. Albans. May 23th, 1SGS. d!5-tf 1 OTO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for your pant and V-'st. How to Treat the Indians. Mr. Howies, of the Sprlncnelcl 11c- publican, lii n luttor from Denver, Un votes lnuolt simeo lo Iho lntlhin ques tion. o (utole n few imFKaues : Tlio wild clamor of the bonier for the indiscriminate extermination of ihcsuv- :e.s, us ol wolves or other wlltl bens.s niiil vermin, is ns uuimulligutit and bar- DarotiH us ino ion (lominatinir tliouuht of the cotttitrj against the use of ioiee, anil lis incident policy of treating with ino intuitu us an etmal ol the while man is uuinlelliL.em andnnptiicticablo. Tlio eonllict between them, witli (he varying uiuuiiinc.v ui e.ieu, iiu-i urougiu us noin- ltiir but disaster anil ihsuraco : we have ilternaie.y treated thco ciiildren of the wlltletnciS as it wo were wtiwo btirba- tians than themselves, or downright fools. Jt is time we respected our. elves mil com untied their tespect now we do neither. In the llrst place, the case of the In dians should be put into a Mnglo Depart ment ai w .isniiigioii. its iliwsiou be tween the War and Interior Secretaries is the cause ol had' our woes. TneNNar Ollite, as lvpieeut.ng lbrce.whieh is the lirt element ot any buceesiul dealing with ignorance and deiientlcncc. should monopoll.c tiieir cure. Then wo a ould sto) tnaking lieatin with trlbts, eea&e putting tliem on a par with ourjelvcj. e Know they uro not our emails : we know that our right to the soil, as a race ea)iible of its superior linptovoinent, is above theirs ; and let us act, openly and dneeily, on our f.ii.n. 'the earth is the Lord : ii is given bv linn to tue taints for its improvement and development ; nut we are me saints, this out I'uri- nn premise and coneiusiou aictne faith and practice of o -r people ; let us hesi tate no longer to avow it and act it to the Indian. Let us hay lo him, you are our ward. our child, ine victim of our dcsuny,oiu3 to displace, ours aiso to protect. Wc want your minting grodiuis io nig gold fioin, to laise gram on, and ou must 'move on." itcrjisa home for vou. more limited than you have had : hith er ou must tio, htivyou musist.i, ; in place of your game we Will givo you nortcs, cattle, tluvji, t,nd l'.our. JUo what ycu can to luuluply t.iem and suiijiorc yoiu'sulvcs ; lor trio lest, it is our business toiceepyod fioin starving. i on nuisD not leave the Home we have assigned to you ; the wiute man must not cani' haiior : wo wih kiu.i you in iiul iniii out ; when the marca of our iiiiiipne Ueuiaiuls this reservat.on ol voins, we win as.-iigu you another : but so long as we choose, ihisis your home, your prison, your play-yiound. hay anuactaii mis aa n wc meant It, md mean ii. li the in bos would no and submit peaceably, weil and good ; iftney woum not, Use iae lorce iieeesary to inalte them. 1 real tliein jtisiasa lather would treat an i.,noiam, undeveloped child. If necessary io puniju, niuiioii; stiliji-ctany way : and men utetneunid- ntsj ami couoiiieration inat arc consis tent with the cucunistatices. U&c tlio best of these white men oi the border, the.-e Indian audits, many of whom no most capable, and intelligent, and useitil men, io carry out and ina.ntain tins policy, so lar us is uccessaiy to en force it, ijtii withhold the fcolilieis when ever it is not lor their presence or sin Indian reservation is demoralizing to uoili parlies but let till auilioiiiy pro ceed noni a single head, and that head c.n esei.t a female loic, Above ail, stun treaty-muking hum- Lug, it is the direct patent oi ad our in- di. n woes, and thens too. Neither par ty keeps tiie bargain. The Indian la cue ieu : the toeuaic cnanties mo provis ions; a quiddhng bucrotiuy of the Inte rior cr Indian uoniniiSsion rcm&es to carr.ediioul; and nuui occretary down through couiracior and agezits somc iliing is .'ik.n oirtnepioni.se to the ear by eacli, till it is thotougniy broken io tne l.ope of the poor savac. AVhul tho Indian wants is io be cloihcd; the trca ly and tliOiC who fullil it on our part may or may not do thisior ltini,ofienest not; he cannot toil what or how much lie wants belorehandior these ends, and if he did, and bargained for it, tho chances are ten to one lhat he fails to get it; wr getting U squanders itat onco, and htingiy and naked, he goes forth to seek relief, and hence his excuse and tho excuse of white sympathisers for war. lint establish Force for Bargain ; ltes poi sibiliiy for Equality ; rarentago for Antagonism ; see mat he is put apart and kept apart from the tide of settle ment and civilization ; that he has food and clothing, supplying him the means to help himself in the simplest forms possible stock raising is practicable to all the tribes, and tilling the soil possi ble to most and luriiistng the rest trom day to day ; add such education as ho will take." such elevation as he will bo awakened to, and then let him die as the he is doing and uie he must under his changed lilc. This is the best and all wo can do ; his gamo Hies before tho white man ; wo cannot restore it to him if wo would; wo wouldn't if wc coitl J; it is his destiny Iodic; we cannot continue to him his original, pure barbaric life ; ho cannot mount lo that of civilization ; the mon grel marriage of tho two that lie em braces anil must submit to, is killing him and all we can do is to smooth and make decent tho pathway to his grave. All this is po.-sihlo; it need not cost to much as tho mixed stntoofwar and bargaining that wo have heretofo.o pursued; in the beginning there mutt bo the display and the use of power to unlearn in tho Indians the false ideas our alternately cowardly bargaining and cowardly bullying policy toward them has engendered but onco inaugur ated, it will bo simple and successful it will give us peacj.and them an f aiior path lo the grave than lies beforo them now. We have all heard ofgoldcn wci'dings. silver weddings, &c, but the latest thing in this line is a molasses candy wedding. This occurs when the llrst baby gets old enough to lick. King Thcodoro's son is to bo trained, for tho Indian civil service.