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V3SRMONTT DA.TLiY TR A.NSCH I PT, OCTOBER 16, 18(38.
nvmnnt I) n V VilllRmMllI . ST. ALBANS, VT. Fkidav, Ocroimn 10. 1Si'.S. Travelers' Guide. AWUVAI 1)1- 1'AMSI MIMt THAIS!. loin tin- smith utui East, .,ia . in., w,aa 'l'Yiiin lilniMi V I'niiit unil West, ii,59 a. m i' n. in. 7 4,"i p. in. . From Mnlitieal, 11 to li. m., 1" I'"1 iiKiuuTUi'.r or iMiwoau'ii thu.vs. Tor the South mid East, U'i ', K 13 a. m. yfi ii. in.. s.iHi p. in. . 11. 11 01 i., i in ii. in. ..... . i .... iiinivi.v I'nitit niiii weei. uuo ii. i. ,ti. 1 1 ril n. til. For M uitrf.il, li 10 a in.. t J- l in. UA11 T AllHIVAL. Ol sMol'.s AT sT. AMIANs. Frnin s.eetHburgh nd Frttiiklin, 710 p. in. From Uiehford mid Sheldon, 0.ll p. ui. From Sheldon, Mil" n. tn. From Ilnkcrsileld, 11 1.0 ft. m. in- uruivtl rttnM NT. Al.ltlNs. For Knilikliii ati.l swcetsbnigh, 7 :!0s. in. Tor Sin ldoti anil liichl'ord. H a. in. For Sheldon, a OH i. in. For Hakersllild, 1 00 p. lit- . ..I . . 1...... . it tntlll. SlMfp -IL'I'M (Mil 11 I I 11 PIUIIII .......... ... ........ r.- llri 8 ai UK lTCUioiu in'ii-i . tl.OSISO Ol' 1 UK MAILS. Maild fm- Vow York clone at 5 00 a. in. and i 00 Mails for Huston close at i a. in. ami I'-"'-Mails for Alliauv and the West clos-ii at iil.lla.lil in. Mailn for ( anatla clou at " a.m. Southern and Northern way mail close nt fl 00 m. . Strangers' Guide. Mil'. 1 .11. t llll'flS I'll'll .mill.l.i. ' "'""h at their looms over win. hmiin h .-moi.-. iiin Stvi t. Chr.tnphiiii Chapter No. 1. K. A. M. meets in.- llll W C1I1K MlllV L'M'lllIlK 111 I" u l N or hall in Wlid-lcr's block, Main Mkti. Columbus Council No. 1, It. A S. M. tiiffts the con l Wcdm slav celling m am mourn, ji ... S Till. liimklm No. , 1. A A. M., int-ciH Hu I'll I illl iM.iin. . nt Wnlni bi evening m encii memo m w-n in in i. iii"i ii" ... ........ ii ... 1 HI....1. M..Si. Sit. i.l-t . F.iiglesbv Lodge No. Ml 1. A A. -H. niccis "' uith Wc'diics'lay ceiling in each month, at i.irlia in in nil WocK. .uailir-Udi. Crvstal Fountain, Temple ol Honor No. unlets civ Tuesday evening at mcir nan in um.-. St. Adiaiis l.odKC No i?2. 1. 0. of (i. I . inci'tH .V Vii,1ii ..vi niiiL at tliotv Mall m Ituincw oc). l.aUi Street. .... ltiMMK Hun Lo ko Ni.. 8 1. O. of U. 1. iui' t" ci v Satuidav fVi-niliR, at St. Annum l.y. St.' John tliu'Uiilitist ilciuivoluiU Socmty CU;- . .1... l'...t o.wl tl.il'll W'..ltlPl,l 1111.111 1 II I Lin . . ...v. ...... - . .'! li I ! IT Ol I'llL'll IllOIII" v ...v... ...... - ' . .. l 1. .1 .1... !v lin mi r 1' II untiiiKlou'tt Stoiu. To Al vri l ln'M.Tho Vr.nMONT imii.v i hans- , ilolir.,, ill St AlllIltlH I1'T Il.'lf II II llll ii:r. iin.Liinu.ri. ... ,1 iii lsi..,nl.lin Couiitv. of anv daily tiainT, and on that account, it no other, thu best mi'dium Local Items. cay-Tnteresting matter, original or se ctetl. may always beiound on the first Ou Daily. Those wishing to secure . . .... 1 1 in i hi i miii tt crv n t i - crrilulu's and iJiucor r? uodkhiuiw. a ell ua of carriers, ami at the oillee. ....nl.Kt n-M rt rt 1 o 1 if i ul at these places. Duatii of M. Bauton. Under our Is la an insuiiiClcncy of this vital elc ittuarv bead to-day, appears the death j nient that makes us leel weak and .ow - . .. . ...'m, liW ml. ollkiiii.li l,fi1.'i.,.i.tl,r. Jr.t.i. All. A1IU1CW .im lull, nuiuiviui"! , . , . .,, , .,,. I i.v ...o .v- , a little prst 5 o'clock this morning, is health lintl been poor ior muny nr.a. vet he had been confined to his v - i.- t ri 1 1..-. .....1 K If l.t nr. m..l lnni li .1 Illll'.'S Ml llin BiUlV 1ILDO llllU llbtllll tUV mveved with the same intelligence toi" nan qi. lauou. iu- - , -.r i rett's Vegetable Hair Restorative" does " t ie most oi our citizens, our. uariou rmerly resided in Berkshire, Vt., and moved to St. Albans in 18G1, since liich time he has baen an enterprising tizen of this town, being a joint build- and ownor with Mr. S. C. Noble, of nion Block. J ')(()) let hi Coiinti Court. SrpTKMmnt TuitM, Oct. 10, 18J8. lion. AVm. Wilson, Presiding Judge. Hon. George Adams and Walter C. evens, Assistant Judges. ,'ihe following respondents having 'nvliiiu! r l,rimi trloil nnil -,im,l iruittv ion the indictments found against em: were severanv sentenceu to-iiav follows : John Dailj, for assault upon John W. osse, slabbing him with a knife, two .ars in the State Prison. lllenrv Hakev. for theft and bur ry, three years in the State Prison. Merrit Learnard, for theft and burg- iry two yeai-s in the State Prison. juiius Liaiontaine, lor nurulng air. nrrir'u fuvmlmr 1 - ,lom r t c, l 4 1..,-. O O lilllMVtUVIIllJ AAA lllls ,'ld, 00 days in close coiifluenii nt in the muty Jail. Edward Ames jileaded guilty to the jleiicc of stealing a vatch from Mr. u..h.w., v VA.l' X UUIIUl j ilB ntenced to close confinement in the juuty Jail for thirty days. In Hie case of the State vs. Lawrence icGaivey, tr.ed upon an indictment i'if manslaughter, resulting in the nlklfliiit, .tf r wi I, mi ii.lv,. ....... ..'ith ot Kiohard Hurley, the Jury fail 1 to agree yesterday, and the respon eiE was reninnded lo Jail. The court 'as further engaged with court cases lufi g tlio day, and will probably gel 'jioigh with ito business to-morrow and djounetl. 'iho jurymen were djs jar4td yesterda . NArnnALIZAiION. The ii-onnrnl rut, li tint, tlio ajipilcani must nave lceiueu n theUuiteu huius ior live years next liececuig Ins aunusoion to ciiizeiiH. ip. 'lid at least one year in the Stale wiieit lsapHlcatioulsniaue. Ulthislie aih. ' ,ltu ... I... ......... 1.. ..... v vwmv lV.9l4UVll WiLlllw .Itlzoup. lie must a jo.-howby (ho cur lllcato offoinoeouit Imving.iuiisn.etion of the matter, tint lii'dci'lured his inten tion to ln'come ii elllzen. two years, nt oast, befo.o Is application tor atlniis- .4.011. There nre two exceptions to the gen eral l tile. If the appl cant wa.s a minor when ho arrived in this eo-.i'.itrv, and lived the v three ,vears before reaching the aee of twenty-one yeaiv, he may l)e admitted after havlnj? resided hure ti o vears, and become a citizen. Any alien of the sure of tu-nt-one yeatj, who has enlisted in the at mien of the United titates, either regular or volunteer l'o.ees, and been honorably ilNehtu?ed, m ty bo admitted to become a citizen on his pe tition, without any previous declaration of bin intention, and without Lcit re quired to ptove more titan one year's re.id mco In the United States previous to Ills application. Burlington Time. Fulton Makkkt. Just received, a nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hams, nologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, To matoes, Pears, Peaches. Water Melons adn Musk Melons, dtf-!M WHAT MAKES YOUIt lIAlPv SO BEAUTIFUL.'.' MRS. S. A. Allan's Imihovi:i (new style) IIaih Knsronnu or Duksmno, (in one bottle.) Price One. : Dollar. Every Druggist sells it. j Severe pain will not get out of fashion ! yet for a long lime, and so long, people will ncei a good remedy Uenne's Pain Killing Magic Oil is just what the peo ple need, to cure headache, rheumatic, neuralgic, and other painful complaints, t d&w Misical Instkumhxts. The piano, forte has long been the popular home j and concert instrument, yet in point of j swelling and ustainin;; the tones is ex-1 tremely defective. On account of this1 deficiency, music written in chords, or I in a connected stjie, cannot be satisfac torily executed, as the long notes result I in diminuendos where they should belT,nAT-n n"D "Drum A TiTfW sustained. The taste .or the Organ and JjUAilD (It Li) U UAllUlN , ...... ...I.. ..." ! ill ' oieiieM,i.u htyiv.1 in iiuisii- win sujiuihuui; ) the present piano compositions. There i are no instruments capable of such line ' expressions in litis style of music as the Amhimcan OntiANS, manufactured by Mes-rs. S. D. & 11. W.Smith, of Boston, 'lheir delicacy and variety in the voic ing renders them susceptible of beauti ful orehestial elleets, by the skillful use of the tremolo and the improved knee swell while the deep manual sub-bass which is added to the new styles, gives the closest resemblance to the pipe n-gan. Boston Journal. cow Burlington Businkss (Jolli:oi:. The fall term of this College will open October3.li, and continue in session du ring tne year, Oar readers will lemem ber thai this institution is to be a con solidation of the Bryant and StraUon College at Burlington and the Vermont Commercial College at St. Albans, un der the instruction of J. II. Lanley as pioprie.or. The new college will open with excellent faeili'.ies .or young men and young ladies to gain a tlioiough business educ.ition. The rooms are be ing refitted and renovated, witli a view to comfort and convenience. Prof. S. M. Pratt, of the St. Albans College will be one of the instructors. Ikon in tiii: Blood. When the blood is well supplied with its iron eleinem, i'i. !'n I viirm-Mliti fl iiil full nt' iiiiiinnrtnii i ,- ' ' 1 - , " ,-- vian feyrup, (a protox de of Iron) can supply tins tieuuiencv, ana win he wonderfully invigorated. Bogus certificates, manufactured to order, are often published in praise of l.l 1...... ; i. 11 not need to lcsort to such means, for its merits are too well known and appre ciated. N. Y. Sunday Diximtch. ditw A busy man is a locomotive, and life a track. Lverv night he drives into ley 41WUIJI., tlUVt riWJ?, W 'vl illUI II- ing lie is tired up anew, and away he goes switching oil' in one direction'and then in another. In this routine ot bu siness lie forgets that the pnvsical or ganization is of the most delicate kind. It a hard iron locomotive needs constant care, and to lie well oiled up and rubbed olt'every day, how much moii necessary is it that alt men and women should use Plantation BiTTiuts, which arc the ne plus ultra of everything wh.ch is ne cessary to keep the system in a perfect lone or health. w Magnolia Watch. -Superior to the bst imported German Cologne, and soul at half the price. MARRIAGES In the We.sley.in Methodist Church, nt St. Johns, 1'. y Oct. IS, lfcUS, by the l!ev. George Donne, Mr. Cluienco II. Ciirn'ell, of Montreal, 1'. W.t to Mihh Elizabeth S. Novse, of St. .Toh.ia, P, DEATHS In St. Albans. October 1(1. 1SU8, Mr. Ai.dre n uarion,. agm on eara una 7 months. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I-I. jST. BUCK TUESDAY", OCTOBER 20th will be the LAST DAY ho will buy HOGS at the St. Albans Market. All who wish to avail themselves of this LAST OPPORTUNITY will then have the chance. He will pay the HIGHEST PRICE. LOST. BET A'EEN Pultuii Maruut, I t. Albans, and t .o liir Ground, or on it, a dark cojoren niorr icco wal.et, euiititiiiiiiK f 151, and a receipt from .-.overawe A Co.. Huston, to H, O, G.illar. The dudcr will receive a rewiml (io) on return ing t in wallet to K. (J. G ALLAH. St. Albaud I'JtU Sept., liQi. ullM THE ELECTION O F Or; ml & Colin x 'T31HNO'-' not only n return offence, lata I ) nun Hi p down in I In- price of llri-t el.iM Hi liieuiunal Mi el,, " of wi ich tin- falerdier will luiiiir.li, for the . fling Planting of lW'.'J, Kooil tieesand plants nt the fniloHinff jow "Prices : StiU'dard Applo, 1st clw, .ICO feet per 100 f30 do l'eur, do d i do 7i do do extra nle, each SI toSl.Cu Dvvnrf Apjile. 1st ela-f. do 7jc. do do beariiif,' si.e, di il do Pear do do do il to 11.50 do do rt clr.Hs do 75c. Cherry treeH, Htundard or dwarf 7oe. l'liini 'trecH, 1st cIumh il Delaware, Concord, Hiilit, ll.irtror.l, l'loliilc, CrenelliiK, U-hecca, Allen's llvliud, and other f-ood Qraped $10 perdoz Adiroudaek, Ioua, and Israelii. 18 per doz ItuKcr'fl HvbndH, N'ox. l.'i, 10, t, U, 43, 11,32 1 15 each l!ojer'n New Salem, one jnar, 11.50 do do do two yc.iM 111 do New Hybrid Diana, Ilamhttri;, two years $5 do Ornamental Trees, tihrubs anil Ii'mv, Home f; liedding Plant, And Hedge. Plants, IX HTIOIIT. AXVIIINO In the above line furnished at prices as low an the marl.et afl'ordn. 1'ica-e address, P. O. Pox 'Ml. GEO. W. WH1TLOCK, Deafer in Fruit Trees, 2"S Burlington, Vt. VERMONT S kc k i :r a r. y s O k r : c i : , Si. Job lsbu.w. SoiitenuK'r, 1S03 . LTEACHERS' INSTITUTES rnEAfillJKS INSTITUTES f.'irtho Counties of J U'ajliiiiKtou, Ciiled mi.i, lisaux, Urli ans, l ranliliii, Lamoille, and Grande l.li, wid be held as foil .nv : At Cabot, Oct. 21 & 22. At Danville, Oct. 23 & 21. At Lunenburg, Oct. trd & 2S. At Barton, Oct. 3 ) & 31. At (icorgia. Nov. 3 & 4. At Stosve, Nov. 17 & 18. At North Hero. Nov. 10 oc 11. The Institute will continue i-j session two days, coiuuienciiif,' at 9 o'eloo ; a.m., witli u lec ture on the evening preuediiiK uaoli Institute, and on the oveuint; of tlu lirst d ly ofe.ich. E iimruation for Inutitucu i!urtilic.ituti will bu ho.il dili'iUK the .- ind diy. A'l friends of lid w itio:i are invited to attend. Town .supcnntcuduiit.s are leono-st d to see til it teauhei-M are notllied to attoml. Clergymen .ire respeetiully invited to (jivo luticu from tueir pu pile. A. E. RANKIN, Secretary. 238! Academy Hall, St, Albans. TUESDAY FA'EXIXG, OCT. '20. POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY ! THE PEAK FAMILY, Swiss Pell JliiKers, Vocal ii-ts, lParpiftii, l'ianoibfs, Comediaanf, Assisted by the following artists : A. W. YViiiTCOMii, Harpist, Wm. Lavaki:, Baritone, Miss Katii: Hutchison, Soprano. Admission, 35c. Children, 2jc Re served seats, 5uc. Tickets for sale at Huntington's Jewelry Store. D. A. KEYES, Business Manager. A TMOSl'HF.liK ODOHATOlt. the ueatest ii article ever invented for I'eifumiiif,' sicA- lioomw at tilil.l.. .V MUUU1..S. No. 1, LaAe Stro.it. 4 NHV Supply of l)ni;.s, Chemical, Patent. XX. .ileilieuies, .e-.,j , just received at UIIKII.N .V NICHOLS, No. I, La.-e .Street. To Rent. C10MMK11CIAL given Sipt., aecchs, and very lloouis or otlices. uouege uooiiis , possession 1st. iiircu lioouiH easv plcanaut situation for did WM. N. SMITH St. Albans, Aug. 3, 180S. ilTOti PIANO FOR SALE. ML rauiwiuii nas ior sa e. at a vnitv low ll.vrt:. a very hue 1'iuuo. 7 1-1 octavo, ltosu. uioil cubu, carved letin, Ae. : Mi nntactiiied bi thu United Pimm lorte Co.. New York. Thuse desirous of purihasini,' a piano won d do well to call at Mr. Proctor's rooms, No. 1, riiuitit's lllocu, before puiehaMUK olsewliere. Mr. l'locior has aim) thu siKciicy for Steiuwav A .Viiim, and mimt ol tlio lio.stou l'uiio .Maiiuraetones, mid is pre pared to oiler I'i.iiios and 1'arlor Uruana at vcr low rates IiiOUu NOTICE. A PETITION will be presented to theiie.it Ick lsiuturu for a grant of u Penv fnim .v. J. I'lielps's in Albuigh. to Ninth Hum, and from Jabez Hazen's in Noith Hero to Alhiii-h. ex teiidiji; one mile each way from aid 1'errv. A. S. l'HELl H, : .... " JAKEZ HAZEa'. lVtitloni.ru. 23iwyt. ' FOIl SALE A pleasantly located resideuei fn St. Albans, with out or two acres ot land, as may bo desired. Twolvo good rooms, ccller, cistern, excellent well of water, house and barn nearly new. Apple, pear,' p'.iun, and e'herry trees, partly in bearing, ot best varieties, Also grupu viues, etc. The cheapest phicu in town at the price asked. Terms very easv. too further particulars, eiupuro ut thu Than-bciuj-r Oihce. luj-ib. I) 'xi 23 W GOODS! AT Th'3 Old Clothing StanJ NO. 2, DARROW BLOCK, . 31 c 1) . Han i ! Iifiivc lo tme Unit, liy vlit e oi it hutiri'u iiiintr at Duiiow UIik k, tliej' nit' .ttuiiKl to oiler to tin iiilillu u Sloe It of Reacly-Mado Clothnlg and Furnishing Goods I'likurpnntil In viirli tyitnit Nlylr hy n ) l.lothliiK House In I'm ii Mtn Couiil i . CompiisiiiK a full line of NEGLIGGE SUITS, SACK SUITS, D 11 ESS SUITS. Tim above, entirely Nnv and La tout Stylus out. OVEE CO ATS, t)f oveiy new Pattern and Style, Compr.'sins BEAVER, (German and American, CHINCHILLA CASTOB, MELTON, PETERSHAM, AMERICAN CASSIMEHE-i, QUEECHY & CHEAP do. ALSO A Complete line of FUimSIIIXG GOODS, C o m p r i s i ng OVER SHIRTS, (i'laid, I'Muinel and While.) UNDER SHIRTS, do DRAWERS, LINNEN it PAPER COLLAR i, NECK TIES & BOWS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, Buck & Cloth, &c, &e., etc., &c.. UMBRELLAS Of all lrinds, LARGE SIZE, MEDIUM, LADIES, Of Scotch and American Good?. Hats and Caps, Of Every Vu lift y in Jlai-kH, Comprising LONDON STIFF RIM, KNOBBY Soft, STAPLE, SILK, itc.itc Caps of every Style. Be sure and call early as dcsirabU goons are going last. Prices low for Cash. L. Willi. S II ITU, it Co. No. 2, Harrow- Hlock, Main St. St. Albans V ll)7dlm-wtf Confectionery & Fruit Store New Stock of Goods just Received ANEW Line of Imported Goods, a new thine in this marl.et. A Now lot of CANNED GOODS. 1'llY tlm DEVILED HAM and L0U3TEIIS Full lino in TOHACCO and CIGAIIS. l'V-;.rv23l.t II. h. SMf50N V CO. i LL too new stylus of Furs and Scarfs no iX. opened at WM. N. SMI I'll, A CO'.j. OVEltCOTS of all kinds and cheap at W U. N. SMI I II & CO'S. 1ULL Suits in largo variety at W.M. N.S SMITH. A GO'S. J 3 LAID WOOL MlllltlS . styles, i.ow opening at in Jaige variety N. SMITH ,V Cd'S. WM. N'EW Style of Fall mid Wiiner Caps just ie eeived at WM. N. SMITH, A Co's. QLOrilINO, CU)THIVGS! uI.OTHING, Tlio largest Stock ,,t Ulothiug, Hats and Caps and i .lriiislung Q hmU ever oll'eiva for hau in Venuout, is now opened at VI il. N. SMITH, & CO'3, NOTICE. r0 l-'AllMIillfJ AND tillllilt f.-riicsub-eill. J el'H Inning ,mreii:ised audtlttcd up tu go d oldel. the Wo.iien .tll lit .-.Mlll'toli PiiHn, fo iiierly "iiowti in Piatt's l'tictoix, .in, nniv pr . paied tn tiiiiiiufHeture Cloths o'r Varn for eu tomeln, or o.senaiiKe the same for wool. A .1. er.il sli.mi of iiti,uK'i. j.iiieited, and r, itl.f.u lion cuiii iiiiti e.1. N. 11. -Ufricc in south en 1 of I'aetorv. where may be found ti.u booliN and aecouiita n'l thu lute firm of I'l.itt ,V llinUlev. a um mi-ICS V ttlvKl.l'V. DlSOLUTIOu. rrtlTK CoPAltrNlllt-illll' in the tiiuraiiCe A li' sines.s lierelot'ore e.i-tiiij; ln twiOu I ew ,-,i mid Noble, and S. K. On itmitli, under the ''il m inline1 of Dcwey.Nob u A (Jo. i.s this ily dia s.i.ud by iiiutual eolisent. DEWKY.V 0DI.K. S. K.OOl.DdMn'u. t. Albans. Vt., A.,'tlnt I, IMS IMiHtttf FARM FOR SALE. NT.AU thn c"iitie ol Wolcntt, two milea from Wolcntt Village, and in sight of Liiinollle V.ulcy llailroad. about 15 I acres of land, liee !rom stone and rich swales b r rass. Ouod ImildiiiKH, well j1iih1r1 mid well watered. Oood apple mid Miiiii orehards. Price, $1.5(K) ; terms .ibi'i-.d ; title perfect. 1'inpiire ot the sub scriber. KD.iON SL.VY'l'ON. I2(l-:t Health, Luxury, and Economy, .may nr. sr.eciti'.D dy havino youii FEATHER BEDS EEMOVA TED, rjtill ; ih done by a Steam Process, patented X auk tan, isui, ami not only uiucd them lean mid who ehome. uliieh lii-i-vents si'7,-neni but relieves each liblu ironiits ni.itti il condition, iliel-eiifiliK the bulA- of the bed oflentinieii one- 1 a'.f, thereby lemleriiifj them innio lilMirioUs. In fact it i.s cierj ilmi ist-ciilial to old or new FEATHER BEDS, Destioyiuc all mo lis. or liabi it to theni.re- niowiiir all iii"aL'iiealile Hcent, (eominon amoni,' new teatheiH,) and all uuininv ami e'llitliiou- ub.-t-ince fun n the (llllll , therein- mvHcrvinir them from the elleets ol .one' linage. Wo Mould, tbeietoie. say to the eitizi n ot this place that we are amoii; tin m tor a tew days, to render them an essential benefit.' Our facilities He such that, upon binij; ordered to do so, we .an t a .e and return beds the h.oihi div. well renovated and i oady for immediate, u-e. for l'l periled, inc.iidiiitf pillow and bolster, if suitable to run with the bed. Nowirue uh your host or poorest, new or old. provided they m e Oeese or IMu-.- I'e.ither.s. We .v.mant 3 itisCietioii or maVi.' no ch:i-e. County mid iown ItiKhts for sa e. l.liinitl.Y, KVANS. k CO. WoW.- done over .1. P. Stone's Store, Main Strict, St. Albans. Vt. Or..t is lelt with C I'. r.VANS.Tiemont TIouhc. l'Jid.wlw OUR RULERS & OUR RIGHTS. A Timely New Work by J UDdrti WLLL-Io. AGENTS JVANTtD ! Ml V. Hook for Agents. Old and Young. Learned unil Unlearned need it coii-tmiU . hi laKu it ro.idi.v, as the p. ice siiiin the times. I li. is no competitor. Is lluely ll.Usti uteil with leel pi.ltes. 1 he best chance el offered for men and wo i, m to n.al.e uh i.o willo nt risk, l-end I'm eniih. J.Mm iiiilm emei.ts fcivi-n. ."eeuie liisi .unci) ol Held. I'All.lir.I.V'K it CO, I'ublis'.icr.s, 7SS Saiisom M., I'hil.ulelpl.i.i, Pa. ii.lliw I eo.i . St. Aibans Dining Rooms, LAKE Sr. ST. ALBANS, DOWNING & ST EE RE P 11 OlMUE T O B S .IKV1.S or Liiuehej in the bet style. ssrved at ab hour.-, HnKimoro and supplied ieccived daily i ho email prices to tlie Trail . at nl lj d v.wtf Goldsmith & Seavey, GADCOMB'S BUILDING, JXOJ2 TIT MA IN St. , ST. ALBANS, Vt. Life, Fire, Inland and Aecidrntal Insurance effected in Jiclialtlc Companies. Lowes ctpiitably adjusted and Prompt- Paid nid&wtr New Store and New Goods. . PELL, R with ROBERT KINGSLEY, It 1 SCO h lS N HW linoC on S.iKI3 STREI23T. ST. ALBANS, VT. KAM.jilst op( ned t e largest stock ol Crock ei. couiiiriniiig all the new and ilesirab.i ,.uui ins, 1'iuiicli, China and li.ilieiui in Fauci and In bio Glass Ware, Cutter. and l'lated Wale, ever "tTi-reil in this roituty. We also ca.l attention to our Stock of FOHKICN AND DUMKSl'K! Dl;Y GOODS, VYHITE GOODS, LINENS, FANCY GOODS, NOTION'S AND SMALL WAHK. The iindersigimd would rori ectfully annouiifti to the puulle tint ne i.nw adopteil tile OA i. A'olL.U, milt O.Nt; I'lilO. Driscol's New Ji.ock, Lake St. f-'t, A bins, Vt, i.i.J.i.ia KI.Uj. LLY. OUtf HOUGHTUiYS OUSTER HOUSE, Every Morning, jS or walk Oysters KEG. QU.UtT Oil GALLON, Luke tti'it.M A.baiis. wet. UbOS. 12'MiwIm. . I T Ftocls ut a.l kinds mid colmsat WM..N. hMUH, & CO'J. HY TELEGRAPH ii;'ie Wrnuitt Traiitwrlpt, LATEST NEWS ! Democrats in Hot Water. Seymour and Blair to With draw 1 1 ! Ni:w Yor.ic, 10th. AAYsedilngtun despatch to ihollerald saysi hat Seymour and Blair nre to with draw, and that Judge S. P. Cha-e and John QttincyAdams,of Mass., have been informally nominated. The World ot this a.m., hints at drop ping Blair, but docs not mention Sey mour. Tole -rams were passing all day yes terday to and from Washington anil Utica, between Belmont and Seymour, and some changes arc lo be made in the Democratic ticket. A meeting was held in Waihtngton yesterday, at which it was agreed that new candidates be put in the Held, and it was resolved to in g j the National Democratic Committee to convene and make new nominations. Prominent in this movement is Ex Gov. Walker, who had an interview witli Gen. Hancock yesterday, the result of which has not transpired, but Han cock is believed 1 3 bo aveise to the move ment. The Herald says, a meeting wai held in New York yesterday, at which Uwas agicjd (o nominate Chase and J. Q.. Adams ; and Bclmrmt and other mem bers of the N. D. Committer will meet Seymour to d ty in Uilca, when Ihepro graine ".'ill be arranged. The 'Tribune tnys, the Democrat.'! leaders ac niiesie in the withdrawal of ymour and Blair, ami urge the sub stitution of Johnso or Chase, and Ew- ng, 11a cock or English lor Vico Pns dent. Others f..vor a ticket with Chase and Franklin, while ttal o.hcrs favor 1 lemLicks. Lexington despatch says the Demo crats demand the wilbdrawal o Sey mour and Blair, and lo substitute Chine UK. Hendnc ks. The World says that, what has done the Democi icy mo.c injury th.m the military popularity of Grant, is the use that has been made of some of Blair's expie.-ions pivv.Oiis lo ins nomination. PiTTsnunan, Pa., lGth. The late-.t returns received here show that the ltei ubliean majority in Alle ghany Co. vai 9,0J0. Covude is ro-clected to Congress by 100 majority. Nr.w Yoniv, October 10. A despatch from Indianapolis says, the Bepublican victory in Indiana is considered to be 1200 majority. It is believed that Voorhccs iTsdefcat- ed. The Stale Senate will be 31 Rep. to 19 Dem.; the House, 55 Rep. to 43 Dem. A special froniOinahasays,lhc returns from Nebra-jka are not all in. The Re publican majority is 2,203. The Senate is unanimously Republi can, and the Home lias o Domo3rats to 3-1 Republicans. Boston-, 10 th. The Traveller's Washington srej'al says the proposal to change the Demo cratic Presidential ticket wa.s received with favor both by the President and Judge Chase. Hancock says, defeat is certain what ever they do. Montgomery Blair says, the mistake wasin not putting Frank Blair nt the head of the ticket. Nlw Yoiuc, 10th. Gold, 137. Farm ior Sale. SITUATED in the east part of Sheldon, on it branch of the Mi.-istsipioi Itiver. well known .ih the Joel Whitney farm, containing 'MO acres, from !5ti to 7." acres interval land. Tbo farm is cipabloof keeping .Ml cows, ii tiliee), a team Ac. Wood and timher laud enough lor the farm. A Good sug ir oreh ml of lUOj trees, sugar tools Vt. Tttii good dweliing housfs situnteil oppo tite, one brick and one wood. A dairy-hoiiHU .mil npp.irutti-i lor Uiu niaiiiifat'ture of butter mil cheese. Good running water at both lions es, d iiiy.hmiBi) and barn, This farm is about 3 or ti mi es Horn the colebr-ted Spiiugs. For fuithcr particulars enquire of the o.vmu- on the premises WILLIAM HLIisS. East sheldun, Aug. 18, I811S. aaUwtf Good Dairy Farm 1.T.JK SALE IN .Mdlt.HSTuWN, within oiu . b.i t mi.o of Jlorristown village Farm contains about yiglity.Uvu acres of good land, sixty ucr s eleared, and the. rental, der woiid-hilid. Four liuiidred Sugar or MapU trees, with Sap lubs and .sinar Utensils. A young App u lrih.ird of about 150 trees, inostl in healing. Huiihi-Uiiit.il, in good repair, with good col lar. H.iru 82 x i,l, with cellar under thu whole, and lu good repair. Ituuuiug water at hou.su and barn, and pastures well watered. Forty tons of hay cut troni twenty acres will bo sold ith thu rum if desired, Seven Cohs, 5 yo.iriing Iieir.-rs, 1G sheep. a:ul a span of good win k horses will tie sold with t.io place if di hired, and all fanning tools. All to be sold very cueajifor cash. , L W. H. P0YEltS, Mor.'lstown, Aug, 15, 1BU9, 280WU-.