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VERMONT DATLY TRANSCRIPT, OCTOBER 1-4, 1868.
Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. ALBANS, vt. Wi 1)Ni:.sday, Orronnn 11, 1W. Travelers' Guide. AninvM. or I'AMMMiHit riiAiNH. r 'in ll.o s.mlli ami Est, . in., 10.50 a.n 0, "I 1. III., M.I II l. til. r house's 1'i'iiit mill West, 5,.i0 a. m., 11. 60 i m. 7 Pi p. in. 1'nmi .M.nitieai. 1 1 mil in.. in ii.ui. jiKi-Ainriii; or i'armumii.ii rHUSs. IV tin south ami E.it, tl'2 ', S I i n. in., 12 0 in , i mi p. in. .... l or lion-i s Point ami West. 10 i. m. n i" a. in. (i 'i )i. m. 1' il Mi.ntrca', ('. Ill II. m.. P- I". )A1 I IHtlVAl. HI nTAIir.x A I k f- A1.IIANM. Fihui s,e. tshnrgli mid lYuiklin, 7 m i. n From Uolifonl anil Mn ld"ti, "mb i. m. IVlllll Mll'Id'HI. Ill I'd n. III. From lUkersheld. 1 1 i '1 a. I". DAILY UKPAHl't'llK OK SIAUIM KIlll.M ST. AUIA.NS. For Franklin ami SwccNlmrgh, 7 Mil. m. 1 or Sheldon mill Ilichford. 8 :0 a. in. I or sin lilnii. 00 i. ill. i' ... t!,.l., i-il. .1 1 mi ii in. HUgcs mil at tin' several hotels In town. Stngi ollli'iH at thf Tri iiiniit llou-c. C1..'MNU or mi: MAILS. .Mails for Now Yolk cIom- nt ." 0J u. in. ami 7 (i !' '. . .. . . , m. Al.ll " l"l' r.'iflini ciosc in 'i ii. in. ii"" r"" Mulls for Aitt.ii v mill tint Wcr-t c.omi ut 5titi.m Mail lor t'mnufa flor at o 0 ii.ni. Soiitlii in anil Niti tin in way mail close at a ( a. in. Strangers' Guide. nflllU Y M. V A. meets every Moiulay menhir JL at their ro.mii over Win. X. Smith's Store, Maui Strut. , l( Cliniiiplntii Chapter No. 1. It. A. M. meets tin ilintl Wi'ilm-ilnv ewnhig in each montli, ut their hall in WuoYler' s block, .Main Stteet. Colunilmi. Council No. 1. U. .V S. M. meets tlif t'i'oinl Wednesday evening in wuli nioiitli, .it their liali Hi Whci Id's l!lolt. liai.klln Lodge No. 4. F. A A. 31.. miets the first Wi liii-.-ilav evening in each nioiitli at their liail in I nioii liluek, 31ain Street. Knuliiliv Lodge No. 81 1'. A A.M. meets the foiitth Wulncsdav evening in each month, at their ball in I'nion 1 mck. 3Iuin Micct. C'l'-tal 1 oiltitiun. ri lilpli-oi noimr .mi. i incci- even TniMhiv i-a nilliy at tlnir nail in italics block, Lak-Sti'i et. St. Admits Lodge No A", L O. of G.T. meets every Eridav evening at their Hall in Panics Mock, Lako'Sticct. ltising Sun l.o ge Nc. 8 I. O. of (1. 1'. meets iierv Satutdav cvci'ing, at St. Albans liny. St.'Jolin tliu llaptist lii'tiovoli'iit Soi'ii'ty (Ca linilian) meets on tliu lirst ami third Wednesday evening of each mouth at their hall over K. II Huntington's Store. To Ail vert ls rs.-.TllO VKKMoNT D.UI.Y Til X-t- citilT has the largest rircitlation in St. Alhiuif. anil in Franklin County, of any ilaily i.iiit. anil in on that account, if no other, thf hcut nieiliuin for ndvcrtiMiiU Local Items. COT interesting manor, original or se lected, may always betound on the first murii page Oint Daily. Those wishing to secure copies ol our daily paper can do so at Morrifltld's and linker's bookstores, as well as of carriers, and at the olllce. Copies of our weekly wiper may also be bad at these places. Old iSi'AtiKJis. me Chronicle says; the Woodstock fttmulurd e.aims the jialin in state d.iviug lor Mr. William JJiiluigs Oi that piace, he being a stage dr.ver lor Jorty can . too Mr. L'Ja.k ol St. All ans, a tnirly-fwo years man, and 31 r. fchut tick ol liidior, a thirty- lirtc 5 ears uriver. l'tease doll' our iu.ts V But Mi, &tu)ulud did oiirho.o, (and a noble one we know Jiim to bej er o rtin u couch uuring the lort .earv Ibis is all e.y Well; but bow many Ot il.csu Umt'i-iL Lettite Mi. Clark, tuu now ntuy ny. Mi. Cl.iiU, coiH.iitas in llic fcO"..cc, ami baits fair to be upopuiar diiver of a coach and lour," ami to curry Unc.e toaui's iuuil lor niriy-tuo years longer. Mr. Ciark iloes'nt uotl' h s Lat much. Tin: Miltonian . aijlcaux. We aiiiii destro io call the al.enlion of our readers to tne ij..liiLi.tio.. of the Millou lan 'liibieaux ai Acauemy liail this e euing. Tin: Falsi: Alakji. At a little past midnight the cit.zens of our village were awakened by the scrcanui g of ilie 1 .een.e,ti c w holies in the j aid ; it was the urn n o fne, tour.titd on account oi Uwiiglu ig iwh.ch the rngineeis tiis cov -ted ii ii e illige. 'ihe li.ht ong iuat -i. f.om u l.um j.ile of burn.ng oil barre.ssmi oilier ci mbt.Siables in the l'ark, w. ieh w.h mi&lakeii lor tiitie thing moie teriotis. 'ibis was a sad mistake aidene which we Lie ;oi ihe reutation oi our (jitiet village will not afjUiii toon occur, lint it would seem tnis was not a sufficient alarm, and that something lurther must be done inten tionalli ; ami at about one o'clock a. . tho church bells weie set ringing. While we do no object to all le.isona bie jeltlicatioiis over election returns, the whole disturbance was iirematuro t ml out ol i htee, lnatmuch as no elec- t.oii icluii s, t-'legiai h cr otherwise, worthy of any lonsideiation were rc ceiveit here during the night, and none weregiven out alter 0 o'clock In tho evening. A worthy citizen tiuly says that "iho false fire alarm, was a very thoughtless, looiish and needless dis turbunce oi the quiet i eato of the vil lage," and ono which we Lope will not bo repeated again. ANOTUjjn false Alaiim. The Mau agois of the Railroad at this place, re COtVed 'i telegram lrom their agent at Alburgh b, mgs, between 10 and 11 o'c.ccli tLib iJienoou, that the Kali.oai;ii;.iyjicstf. brl fzc net os" MI slstjuol I Jay wn on fire. In n very few niltiitltM iho " Fiont cr" Kirp (o. liiul llti'lr otifrlnoon litmrtl n p ittfm ni ear mid wtiH cm tlic wtiy, n(-t-elipd Id tliefVt ruining I.t'Oon ot.vc " Oov. r niltli." On rcitcliing Swant n, tlii'y tifccrtuined tlitit (ho l.ridro w.itoli mtn I ml c ctincv.i lied the 11. e will. cut furthtr it b stance and they tolurned. T' i lirid) c wiih but Hllghtly dam igcn and tho (ininn are now runnlngas nsuiil. A wholesale laid with hags anil wagdiit was made mi f. A. KllhitrnVor uhard In I tishnigh, a lew days hIiico. hut tho thieves were ehas-ed i-o chwely hat they left, the Htoleii apjiU'S behind. Lti.vi; Vi'iV. Mih. Pa rah Stiles, o! I'ertt, Vt. tl eil a lew days t inee, tit the .idvaneed age of 102 ycais, .1 nu-tttbs, il'2 daye. The New England Express Company nteiuls to open an ollieo in lliattle boio, in a few days, t lie litst utttler . he control of thai ompany In thin attile. Comic. Montte.il is publishing a comic tretiii nionlhly, called J'kiivii, or (ha JS'. rtlicniLiyld. The Monacal Sews :y that ilsjoKcwiue lo-iI but us pic ttuxs poor. - - - -Mr. Geo. Campbell, of Westminster, one ol the largest stieep-brccilcis in Ver mont, iir, we learn, lo tci.il afew of his choice si anith Merino bucks ami ewes 10 Atifctialia tins week, for the improvc nieut ol stock in ihtiL coi.ntiy. One hundred and fifty-two head of cattle wire se.zed at Island Pond last week, lor being entered at too low a val uation, and 11. ty betid at Lyndon lor the same cattle. A span of horses was also taken lrom 11. W. Baker of 1 roy, on the '27th ult., lorsnui0gling, LtitiekUicd lor want of pi oof. Tin: Staiis and Stiui'ks. We notice that the " totars and fckripes" are lloal ingpto.idly fiom the Itailroad buildings to nay, with the names of (jiantaud Coliax insciibeii thereon, lias anything happened V Wheio now tiro the totals aim tlie liars V Smakt Fi:m.ow A man by the name of Patch was arrested in lia&t AN'alltng iord on Friday altcrnooii, lor stealing a barrel ol Hour, lie had a hearing ami was bound i.ver, but on his way toltut Itind, ut charge of an officer, while be tween Cutinifesviile ami Clarendon, he reiiueated peniii.sion to retire to the c.o-aH. After he had been in the cioset a lew minuter, the ollicer thought bed to ttiKO a siirwy of Hie piemises, Lilt., linuiug li.m all light, returned to his sea.. A i out three minutes more elajsed, when, upon another insiv(ilou he d.s coveieet iliac theie was noL a l'aich oi the imbv.dual left. v hether he jump ed liom the winciow, or leaching .ouud took l.o. d of the car, swung lum m on ti.e etc s and ibcn jumjieu oil', is a mat ter oi ip-ieotioit. 'ihe train went back s..me iwo miles, but notb.ng eould be tCi.ii or uieovered oi the m.ssmg man. too says ih Jlcruld. Vkhmont Cottox Air. L. II. Day ton, 1 Additoi , has Iceit t.y.ng the exj. llm i.it o.itii. iny cotton, lie plant ed tiiv. occd in Ajinl, and, by piOtecting the young plant co.d n.gi.t , succceueu in bringing it to pcrfcol.on. The plant ut. amed about a loot in height, and a sunk bore tluee balls. It is a good quality of upland cotton, the seed was sent h.m fiom Missouri. " Was it ins last Joici:." Whether a joKo or not, it is a fact learned from ono of his executors that Artenius Waul left no money to cairy out the provisions of his will. Alter jaying expenses oi liis sickness and burial, nothing is left. Artenius was llowing over with wit and humor even in his last moments, ami no doubt his will w.h m ulo partly in fun. and partly to show tchat he would hare dune had his funds Leon sulllcient to car.y out his wishes Before going abroad, ho, like a good and dutiful son, left his acd mother in comfortable circumstances. l r this thong tail consideration all honor to his memory and name. Gold Paymi:x, ok National Bonds. It teeim that Secretary McCulloch is not. in opinion, in harmony w ith the Democratic platfo.m. for he has w itten to a business house in New York City, in reply to the inquiry, ' if there is any doubt about the United States bonds, sixes of 1881, being paid in gold, princi pal and intere.-t." The secretary says it lias been tho invariable practise of the Government to pay both th ? principal and interest of iti notes in coin, and he knows of no reason why a uilfereut course- should now be pursued. Fulton Mauki:t. Just received, a nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hums, Bologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, To matoes, Pears, Poaches, Water Melons ailii Musk Melons. dtl'-'Jl. Let thoo who have detected tho pre mature evidences of age tho tell-tale whitening of the locks, the unnatural thinning of the covering which nature designed si ould be piooorvod to the pe riod 01 tl s-olution, lose no time in secur ing a botlle of " Barioa's Vegetable Hair Restorative," the great antidote to uaiiinesH, gray nair, anu wigs, JJujaio K.r.m rsx. il.i-iv .Now York, August, 7th, ISfls. Mit. EniToiti-Poverai of your eorres iiotiueiits. vov old and rcmxctalilc no I doubt, K'eni to ho wonderfully exei chcd as to tue otir in n our 1'IjAntation jsit Tlllts. So long as theve Hitters me all that wo represent Iheni to be, we do not Know that it makes any ibllerence fiom whom they come, or f.oin whence they i o'iginated; but for the information of! tlio public gene. ui yamtoiet uajx. wentz in particular, we will say that ho told the truth, and that the-e nilteis origin ated in tlie West India Island- that many of the ingred.enis have been fa vor lily used lorover a eentttrv, b it our combination ol CI Nay n Ih entirely new, aad oiiiM.wn the rum and other materi als me the same, and as oiir corie-'pon-dent says, a better Bitters and 'Ionic is not made. We recommend thorn patti eularly lor dipe' t .is, lev r and ague, dehllilily, losstii aj petite, ami in all ea? t cm wl.oio a tonic and stimulant is le quiied. I. II. DitAici: & Co.. '21 Park Kow, N. Y. MAdXoM.v Watiju. Superior to the L"t imported (Jernian Cologne, and .-o d at half the price. Mt'SK Ai. iNvriiiMK.vis. The piano fo.U has long bieu the popular home and conceit iii.-tiiuneiit, ot in olnt ot swoliing and tislalniii:; the tones is ox tiemeiy defective. Ln account of this deiieietiey, music written in choids, or in ucmiicctid stjh, cannot besatislae torily executed, as the loi g notes result in diminuendos whore they should lie sustained. The taste or the Organ and oiclicstral style of music will supersede the pro.-ont piano compositions, '''here arc i.o instruments capable of such Hue express. ons in this style of music as tlie Amhuicax Ohoans, manufactured bv Moi. S. I), .fell. V. Smith, ofioston. '1 heir delicacy and variety in tlie voic ing lenders tiiein susceptible of beauti ltil orchi'stial cH'ects, by the skillltil use of the tiemolo and the improved knee swell wmle the tleep manual sub-bti-s which is added to the new styles, gives the closest resemblance to the pipe rgan. Huston Journal. eow A friend of ours trod on a rusty nai which penetrated his foot lor about one one inch, lie used Kennc's Pain Kill ing Magic Oil thoroughly, and cured it without trouble. This Magic Oil is what every family needs in the house. d&w WHAT MAKES YOUlt HAIR SO BEAUTIFUL? MRS. to. A. Ai.i.kx's Imi'kovi:!) (new style) Haik Husiouku or Dkkssino, (in one bo. tie.) Price One Dollar, livery Druggist sells it. -i m mi i ' i ii ' - BimMNtrrox Busixkss CobLKOK. The fall term of this College will open Oetobero h, and continue in session du ring the year, Our readers will remem ber that this institution is to be a con solidation of the Bryant and Strattou College at Burlington and the Vermont Commercial College at St. Albans, un der the instruction of J. II. Laiisley as pionrietor. The new college will open wiiii excellent lacilities or young men and young ladies to gain a thoiotigh business education. The rooms are be ing relittcd and renovated, with a view to comfort and convenience. Prof. S. M. Pratt, of tlie St. Albans College will be one of the instructors. The I'oor Mail's Friend. Doctor's bills are ujo long torn poor man's pocket, nit many of thorn may be avoided by keeping Guack's 0.:i.i.iiiiati-:d Salvu in the cuploard. It is tho '"piccious pot of oiiiimont," 01111111; burns, cuts, J scalds, baiisCM, sprains, wounds, chil- uiii ns, onappeu nanus, au. Aiotners, do not neglect to .-av your h ,sband'a hard-earned lii.uiey, but purchase a box of this salve, only 'Si cts. w Academy Hall, St. Albans. TUESDAY EVES ISO, OCT 10. POSITIViLY 0XE NIGHT 0XLY ! THE PEAK FAMILY, .S'tciVs Jlfll Jl.nyov, Vocalii-l-; Lrarpi.-t., Pianoixls, Comrd-'uan.-; Assisted by tho following artists : A. W. Wiiitcomii, Harpist, Wm. Lavakk, Baritone, Miss Katii: Hurciiiso.v, Soprano. Admission, 3jc. Children. Soc. Re served seats, ,")l)c. Tickets for sale at Huntington's Jewelry Store. D. A. KE YES, Business Manager. NOTICE. 4 1'FfITION "ill ho picMuntcilto tho next lep V. i.sliitiiic for a L-rmit of a Feuy from A. J. Phelps's in AIIiuikIi. to Ninth Hero, ami lrom Jahez llaen's ill Xoith Hero to Alhurli, ex tuiiiliagoiit! milo each way from Haiti Few. a, s. i' 1 1 s, : ,,,,, , , Tim." 11 ivi.'v. IVtitionciM. '.MIH'.II. IOH SAI.i:. A nlciiHuntly locutcil rosl.lunco ; in St. Albany, with ono or two acrci ol latiil, as may uu ilcnireit. Twelve joih1 rooms, culler, cinteru, uxculleitt wuli of watur, house anil harn nearly new. Apple, pear, plum, anil cherry trees, partly in hearing, of bcMt varieties, Also grape, vines, etc. Tito cheapest place in toivu at tho price asltcil. Terms very easy, l'oo further pattieulars, uiitjuire at the' Than Miitiif oilieo. "iiri-th. STORE PIG FOR SALE. I HAVE a Uirrow Pig or Shoat about live months old, which 1 will sell to sumo person who will teed it till it is a year or more old. It a a pure Chester While, bred by Titos. Uaher, Exip, of Ilaiton, and is essentially grass fed, never having eaten over two biishe'ls of grain, and less than half rations of milk the rest of his feed having been grass and weeds. I believe it is the best slioato in this county, and beieg in light c unlitioii, win th the most money per lb tor ou.litig purposes. Price lucts a pound. O, S. HUSH. Georgia, Sept. 2'J, 1803- d It w U ul2J NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, TrI. jST. BUCK. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20th will be the LAST DAY he will buy HOGS at the St. Albans Marltot. All who wish to avail themselves of this LAST OPPORTUNITY will then have tho chance. He will pay the It I G II EST P R 1 CU. First Appearance! ! M 1 1 T ( i ! A N T A IJ I U A li X , WEDMSSDAY HVti OCT. M, 1S0S. A t A c a tl e 111 y Hall. TI311IS wonilciful F.Nliihitiou, which has never X. faiieil to meet the upprohaiion ol nil clashes ot siiotetv, lH lli'itil en I ir.-e-il hv the Clergy miiH.nity of all U tnnniinit i.iu-, as hirniuhiu lioth aniu-enii'iit iiml .'(hllcation. This l'Ahihition coiniiiisc.- Sity-thrcc inaL- niliecnt J alile. ltx lepri celitllic; SATAN, Hl'.l.l., CHAOS, THK Cl'.UATIOX, mill till; O A II 1) U N I) F I', 1) V. N . Tin: r.i:i'.i:i.i .ion oftiii: anokls. i hi: son OF OOU Wtl'll I'ilcIiDJ.l tVHilS Si) Flltli Dill VINO SA'JAX AND lltri HUbTS 1 lt()3I IIF.AV1.N, Ac, Ac. J'anlcc-na-Thcca. lMiriiigtln- Kxhibilion an ahle I.ccturir vi ilehvcr uu ailthcHs on Milton anil lis times, anil (,'iui reailmns from 1'arailise Lost, explana tory of the paintings. Owing to want of titnu tlii'iiinuiigciiielit can give only one exhibition in tltw place. Admission U," cents. lleserved seat", .in celils. A. 31. COLK, 31auager. ,los. Oavandi'.i:, Agent. ia7-:n New Goods ! New Coods ! ! F.ntiro now Stock of Dry tumils now open and ready for sale, At STONE & FOSTER'S Here you will find a full lino of DUKSS GOOD.S, Cheap for Cash. Here you will Hud 11 full line of Shawls, Cheap for Cash. Here you will find a good assnrttnont of OUult ings in all colors, Cheap for Cash. I line you will iiml u full line ol Delaini and Prints, Cheap for Cash. Here you will 11 id a full line of White Goods, Cheap for Cash. Hero you will find a good assortment of Clothes and Coljurgs, Ac, Cheap for Cash. Here you will And a complete lino of Hosiery for the Ladies, Cheap for Cash. Here von will find a largo assortment of La dies and Gents Kid Gluvcs, Cheap for Cam. And hero will bo found 3Iisa Morey to show jou a largo assortment of Ladies' tloods, of Jstvles too numerous to incut, 011. lit tact, we having adopted the CASH SYSTF.M, believe wo can offer inducement to our cut oi.icrs that 110 concern doing tv credit business, will or can af lord. To satisfy ourselves, call and examine qualitv and piiees. J. P. STOXE, 12Stf GEO. 1 FOSTER. O, tober 8, 1803. A. M A.TCJEE V3IATC1I lletween I.IDV 1I.VLL ami IlltDWX IlOUSIC, M.VJOlt. of $100 oil 1 iel ghsbnrglt True., the 14 h diy of October. Fin or pay. each horse to carry llS pounds. A. T HOUGHTON'S OfSTER HOUSE, Every MDrning, jSI orwal k O y s te rs 7- EG. OUAltTOlt GALLON, Lake Stree t, .St JLV All Albans. uei. 1 Ibtia. 123d A wlm. A XI. W apply of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent, .X. 31cil,ci ics, .vc, just received at GltEli A NICHOLS, No. I, I.iiA'u Street. To Rent. C103I.ME1ICIAL College llooins ; possession f given Sept., 1st. Three Itooms easy of access, and very pleasant situation for Club ltoonts or ollices. W3I.N.S3IITH. St. Albans, Aug. !), 18CS. d70tf PIANO FOR SALE. "VT" It. PlIOUTOlt has for sa e. at a viatv low .131 ltATi:, a very tine Piano, 7 1-4 octave, liuse wood cane, carved legs, ,Vc. ; 31 1 uufactured by the United Piano Forte Co., New York. Those desirous of purdiasiug a piano wott.d do well to call at .Mr. Proctor's rooms, No, 1. Sniitn's UlocK, belm c liurchaing elsewhere. Mr. I'roctor has also the agency for Steinway ,t Sons, and most uf the liostou Piano .Manutaciories, and is pre pared to offer Pianos and Parlor Organs at very low rates lliOiltf LOST. BETWEEN Fulton .Market, St. Albans, and the Fair Ground, or on it, a dark colored inorrocco wallet, containing JI5I, and a receipt from Severance A Co.. lioston, to E. C. Gallar. The tinder will receive a reward 1 f fS'i on return ing the wallet to E. O. GALLAIi. St. Albans IDth sent., HfiS. nllltf NOTICE. riAO FAHMEltS AND OTHEUS.-Tho suhscrib JL ers having purchased uuililtted up in good order, tho Woolen .Mill at Swanton Falls, for merly known as Piatt's Factory, are now pre pared to manufacture Cloths or Y'arn lor cus tomers, or exchange tho same for wool. A lib eral share of patronage solicited, and satisfau tion guaranteed. N. 1). Office, in south end of Factory, where may be found the books and accounts of the late linn of Piatt A Hitiklev. 21'J-tf ' .MEIGS ,V HIXKLEY. DISOLUTION. milK COFAltl'NEItSlUP in tho Insurance X business heretofore existing betwe 11 Dew ey and Noble, and S. K. Goldsmith, under the firm name of Dowey.Xoblo ,t Co. is this day dis solved by mutual consent. DEWEY .VNOULE. S. li.0OLD.S3Um. St. Albans, Vt., Auguit 1 1H(!8 JSdVwtf A l'-MOSPHE'-IC ODOll.VTOlt. tlm no-xt,, I. article ever itiveiited for Perfiiuiiug sicA; ltw.ni( at GUEEN A MOHoL.s, Q. 1, Lite btregt. A CARD. I take thin opportunity to return my most hearty thanks lor tho very libi ral patroiingn which linn been exteiuleil to me by tho good pen pie of this Town and County, not forgetting a purl ion of O rami Isle, Cuittelidea, and Lamoille, and as they have lespoiuli d to all previous calls for their patronage, I have to inform them that I have established myself in the Flour Trade nt the old stand of Sowles A Eistnian, and shall keep good and choice brands of Spring mid Win ter .heat Flour for sale, and believe that my mraugeiiit'iits me such that I can make it an object for um to give 1110 a call. One thing Hccitnin, 1 am here to no.1 Flour, and my motto wil bo Selll " 1 will pay cash for Sheep Pcltn, Wool, Beans, at d otlit r kind of Countiy Produce. J. J. HUlinr.S. 12ii.2;l(itf Health, Luxury, and Economy, 3IAY HE SECUUED 1)Y HAVIXG YOUlt FEATHER BEDS RENOVA TED. rpflH is done by a Steam Process, patented J. Aug (tb, IS(!7. and not only m tA'es them Umill anil whoesttuc, which pr. vents si'-Aaiess. but relieves imcIi lihro Iroinits matted cotidition, ilicrc.iMlig the bill.- of the bed ofii'lttiines auiu I nil, thereby lunderitig them more luxurious, In f.iet it is evervthlug i iieutlal to old or new FEATHER BEDS, Destroying all mo lis, or liabi ity to them, re moving till disagreeable scent, (common among new teathei'H,) and all gtimmv and glutiunu-. Tilbstiinee fiotn the ipiill ; thereby preserving them from the ell'eetsof .ong usage. We would, therefore, say to tho citizens of this pluee that wo are among theinlor 11 few days, to render them an essential benefit. Our facilities are such that, upon being ordered to do mi, we can t.ifro and return beds the same diy, well renovated and ready for immediate use. for 2 per bed, inc. tiding pillow and bolster, if suitable to run with the bed. Now give us your best or poorest, new or old, provided they are Geese or llucA' Feathers. We warrant s itisf.ictiou or maVe 110 charge. County and 7'own ltighti for sa,e. llltlEitLY, EVANS, A CO. Wort done over .1. V. Stone's Store, 3Iain Street, St. Albans. Vt. Or ers left with C. E. EVANS, Tremont House. l&liliwlvr 0URTULERS"TVuR"mGHTSr A Timely New Work by JUDGE WILLIS. agentsw"antld ! rp H E Hook for Agents. Old and Young, X Learned and Unlearned need it constantly, All take it readily, as the price suits tho times. It lias no competitor. Is llnely illustrated with Siteel plates. The best eluinco yet offered for men and wo men to make money without risk. Send for terms. Extra inducements given. Secure lirst choice ot held. PAKMKI.KK & CO, Publishers, 73S Sansom St., Philadelphia. Pa. 2;t0w4iveow. St. Albans Dining Rooms, LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS, DOWNING & ST EE RE PROPRIETORS W T"AU3I .MEALS or Lunches served at nil hours, in the best style. Fresh lialtimore Oysters. lteceived daily and supplied to the Trade at wholesale prices. nluG d.Vwtf Goldsmith & Seavey, (JEXEUAI, INSUKAiWE AEM, GADCOMB'S BUILDING, NOHTirMAIXSl., ST ALliAXS, Vt. Life, Fire, Inland and Accid- ntal Insurance effected in Reliable Companies. Losses equitably adjusted and Prompt Fa id lOld&wtf New Store and New Goods. C. R. PELL, WITH ROBERT KINGSLEY, DRISCOLL'S JiEW Uu iMJ K , ON LAKE STREET. ST. ALBANS, VT. HAVE just opened t p largest stock of Crock ery, comprising all tho now and desirable patterns, i rencli, China ami li.ihcimaii raticy and Table Glass Ware, Cutlery and Plated Ware, ever offered in this County. We also call attention to our Stock of FOKEIGX AND DOMESTIC DHY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, LINEN'S, FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS AND SMALL WAItE. Tho undersigned would resM'cctfuHynnnimueo to the public that we have adopted the OA -ill SYSTEM, and ONE PitlCE. Driscol's NowHIock, LakoSt. St, Albans, Vt, 1 i.J l.l.'iivlNGM,LY. D'Jtf THE ST. ALBANS BHIGADE BAND Are prepared to furuudi music for FIREMEN and MILITARY PARADES, PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, DANCES, And on other occasions whero Hand ami String Slusio is required, Orders addressed to GEORGE E. KINSLEY, on to W.H.SMITH, At the Tremont House, will receive prompt at tention, dl.tf IO to Wm. N, SMITH ,t GO'S for your Hats jud Capstor their utocli u ail uew. BY TELEGRAPH J'or Me Wvinont Traunrijit. LATEST NEWS! ELECTION NEWS I Rioting in Philadelphia. rjriLADHM'HIA, 11. The RcpuMlcnis arc highly elated over tho reports l'r m OhioamWudiaiia, and the 1lefe.1t of Vallaii.liKham and of Carey. The Press ?pccinl puts the Republican mttlority in Indiana at almut 14,0 )0. Vtiorheea w ill bodeleutedin the Sixth Congressional District of Indiana, and Julian will be elected in tho Fourth. A siieolal from Newark snvs. flu. Mi. publicans carried thatcity bv400 tiLraln of ,'WO on last year's vote. The enthusiasm and riotinc over tho Democratic victory in the cit v continued throughout the night. Many of the warns tliu not report until late. The Press states that the number of killed or fatally wounded during tho day and night yesterday was six, with about 23 wounded, several rmitc sa.i- ously. R.o s occur ed in dilTer nt Darts of the? city after the close of the polls. Mayor MoMichael's naner tbc JYbrA -rimcriccm gives the Democratic can didate for nuiyor a majority of L',152 on a total vote ot 118,704 that being the largest vote ever cast in the city. The North American also claims that the Republicans havegained about l)0!) on the last city election, when the city went Democratic by 2,000. The lights in the i bird and Fifth Dis tricts were very close, but tlie Do., o crats claimed them from the lirst. Other Republican Congressmen are electe 1 in all the close districts through out the State. Thcylsrc Democratic only claims a gain in two of the city districts, but ad mits that they are in a tight place. The Arjc admits that the Republicans have carried the State bv a small ma jority, which the Republican papers ilgure up ntfrom 10,0,)0 to 18,000. Fox's total vote in Philadelphia for Mayor was 0J,45(J ; Tyndalo'soS.HOO. For State Auditors tlie Inquirer gives Boyle 00,00.), and liartraft 6;,00o. The Aye does not claim bo large a ma jority by about 100. The Democrats place the Republican majoiity in the State at 3,000. Estimates from Si counties, including Philadelphia, show a Republican ma jority of 7,815, and 41 counties are yet to be heard IVom. Cincinnati, 14th. In 10 Districts, 12 are Republican, 5 Democratic, and 2 aio doubtful. Gasiield is.e-elected by 13,000 majority- Eggleston, Gibson, AVcnahas, and Ashley are probably defeated. Stroder Dcmociat is elected in tho Fir.-t District by 200 majority, and Stea son (Republican) in the Second District by 500. Nuw Yokk, 14. T'le Herald says tho loss of Pennsyl vania to the Democrats is a death-blow tofceymour, and clca.ly indicates tho election of Grant, and will probably in volve tho loss of New York State to the Democracy. The World considers the resultof yes terday's election as doubtful. The 7'imcs considers the election a disastrous overthrow of the Democracy. The Tribune styles yestcr Jays election as tho battle of Five Forks of 1808, anil thinks tlie Democrats may abandon ail hopes of success In November, j, Omaha, 14th. Returns received indicate a Republican majority und a gain of 2,000 Tlie Legihlatuie is btro.igly Republi can. New Yoiik, Oct. 14. Gold, 130J. I) It. S.8. CLAUK has removed to iouth 3iam Street. Ollieo at Ilia leside Si. Albans, t.. May. 2. Itoif HORACE P. HALL, M. D. (Late of tho Army, ,Ve.,) Has returned to St. Albans, and may bo found for the present at the American Hotel. Particular attention paitl to Op erative S injury. lo'J-ly GRAHAM FLOUR. A Superior article of Graham Flour, for salo at the store of llAIINEd A CHO A'LEY, d:l:l-tf Luke Street. LOVE A3IONG J HE It I.jES. Lubiu's Ihlittg, Hitana moat delightful Perfumes at Git KEN ,: .MCiloLS, No. I, Lafco Street notice" Mr. F. L. Goodspeed'H New House at Missi quoi Springs, is now ready for the reception o.' boarders. drtVtf J.U TO WM. N. SMITH i CO'ri for your Full VJT and Winter Cgthiuf.