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VERMONT DAJXY TEANSOEIPT, OCTOBER 21, 1868.
crmoiit Daily Transcript, ST. ALBAXS, VT. Wednesday, October 21, lWiS. Travelers' Guide. ariuvw. ok rAssKNor.n tuaina. om tho South nnd East, 5,18 a. m 10.50 a. in 5 p. tn., 8,00 1. m. ,, nini House's Point and Vct, 5.50 a. in., 11,- la. m.. 7 15 p. in. 'mm Montreal, 1 1 io a. in., 7 w p. in. DKl'AIITt'llK or PASSENOI'.H TH.U.NS. For thu South ami Kict, 0 2 H 13 a. ui., 12 00 ., a no ii. m. t,'nr llnuxe's l'oiiil and West. 005 a. m in. (!:3i) p. in. 'or Montioal, 0 10 a. in., 0 Uo p. in. 11 00 tiAit.T AinuvAii or htaoks at rt. ai.hans. 'rom Sectsburgh and Franklin, 700 p. m. l(l.r.,l niwl Ulinlilrm. fillll II. til. From Sheldon, 10 00 a. tn. .'mm llakerstlcld. 11 00 a. HI. iimtiiitnr up uTifii'n rnoit sr. ALtiAXfl. for Frankl n and Sweetsburgli, 7 UOa. in. V'or Sheldon and Ilichford. 8 HO a. in. 'or Sheldon, 2 00 p. m. Tor llakcrHllchl, 1 00 p. in. ;igeH call nt the several hotels in town. Stage ices at thu Trcmotit House. CIAHtSO OK HtC MAILS. StailB for Now York closo at 5 03 a. in. and 7 00 'ir.it.. r..f ii.ut.M. ln..n -it !i n. m. and 030 P.m. hlaila fur Albanvnnd tlie est close at .iuua.ni Mulls jor uaiinuu Close ui u u u. n. loilthern ulid Northern way mail close at 5 00 Strangers' Guide. flllE Y 31. C A. meets every Monday evening at their rooms over Win. a. Hinitii More, 4in Htreet. "hampliiin Chapter No. 1, It. A. M. meets the 'if Hall in Wheeler s uioca, .uainrureei. Johnnbn Council No. 1, It. A S. 31. incet-j the 1 1.... ... ... I. oaf.ll flll.lltll .it llllll 1, VUIU'CU. l-H'lilll in ' ' v...... . ir hall in Wheeler's Block. 'I. i-nnkllii I. ni Ail. I. !. .V A. .U.. meets me u v..i miimi ,iv nvcni ii in e ic i minim in men Ml in rniun Block. .Main Street. r.Ugll'SOV l.'lllg'- .Ml. ni 1. .x..u. ..... .... u'.iiiiinuiliiv nvpiiin" iii t-n I'll month, at l.n li I '..lull II. ILL' llfllll .111 t'l'l . II llll.l.l. "I"" ........ 'rvsta Fountain, leninio oi nouor imi. i mens ... . i ' !...! 11.11 i.. It.... r.t el v i uceuay evening in men imu ' " 1..H... .hi . .. St. AlbaiiH Lodge No 32. I. 0. of (1. T. mei-t crv rriilav ovmittK at thoir Hall in Harni'H UirthiKSun Lo,Ikc No. b I. O. ofO.T. mwtH Lit Tnim tlii. Ill Til wf ItiMinVllliMlt SotUOtV f(!:t- man; UlCCIH oil uiu mm aim uiiiu nwunwin; iminth at their hall over 11. 11. untington't. Store. Coat Stealing. Ollleicr Downing, this niorniiif?, nrrcstctl n innti by the nntno of Folic, for stealing a coat, from ono of tho Sleeping Cars in the Depot. Folio if now in jail nwniting hln trial. -t. - Jti.MAitKAM.i: l'ni:si:NCi: ok Mind. The noon passenger train from Kutla.i on Friday, h.trely cficaped a fearful des tnietion near Mt. Holly by the remark able presence of mind of David Clmj nian, conductor of the freight train pre ceding it. As (ho latter (rain left Mt. Holly station tho coupling pin of tho rear car broke and tho load and grade being heavy the ear commenced rutt ing back towards Rutland when it was noticed by tho conductor who started for tho switch ahort distance below, and just tsucceeded in reaching and shifting it as the wheels struck the main track, ilari the car not been stopped, its accelerated motion, by the time it reached tho passenger train, would have been at least a mile per minute; and a fearful destruction, prolably, of life would have followed. A i uro of $15 was made up by the pas sengers, for Chapman, as a slight token of their appreciation of his prompt and eflloicnt services. An aggravating grave-robbing case lately occurred in Topsham. Three medical student, having been suspect ed, loft for parts unknown. Ex-GoVK'tNOit HAiii.. Tho honored and vuicir.ble Ex-Goveinor Ililand Hall, of Uonnington, and Mrs. Hall, will soon celebrate theirgoldcn wedding, and tho invitations to the interesting occasion will include all tho Benning toiiians over fifty years of ne. To Advei Ui'k-i..Tlio Vr.t'.MO.NT 1UILV 11MN ...1.1..... .1.. l..t.r...jt .!ciil'i i in.i in .Vilnius ..l l." .1 1;. P.iiii.ii' r.l .nt- iKiitv fi'iiMii mill IU ill I l.illlvilll v.i'iiin(.( jt ..., . . . . ... 1 1 .. it . I. . .1 ...-.1! Local Items. Ouu Daily. Those wishing to secure mi..u nf imr drill v nnniir- pnn (In so at i v i . ierrnieiu'8 nnu iiaKer s uuuknuura, en as oi earners, ami ut iuu uiui.v. A..!... C .n.l1. i.1t.. 111. t - I . .1 .i II ... - 1 - - --.. - Pi.'itsnvAi.. AVi Imve to announce int r. iirrn w iiti nnssoniror con- .ad, severed his connection with tho . :i.....,,l 11. 1(1(1, Ar Al.S4 .illllllilU Ull 111U J. (Ill 11131. UI. .1 llllli as liccn in the employ of the Railroad 'onipany for 13 years, and for the last ) years ho has filled tho important osition of conductor. For tho last t. Johns, P. Q. Llko other coni'uc Dra, ho has frequently been reported by thois, to his superiors for errors and egligence, yat lie has never been 1 .11.1 A X 1 o, during this time, been rcpreman ed by his superiors. Mr. "White, who iaa been a popular conductor, leaves ho road with hosts of friends, who wish um well in his now occupation. IIo J " it i 1 ish himself in the clothim? buni- Mr. White is succeeded by Mr. Augus- tis btonegrave, wiio lias tor a great encth of time been a sleeping car onduetor between St. Albans and Springfield, Mass. "We hope the success f Mr. Stoncgrave, as conductor, may qual that of his predecessor. In fou Stealing. Peter Ryan, alias John Carr. was brouclit Leloro Justice 1 1 ii...i , . i . .. . i itealing .a pair of boots from Messrs. Wheeler & Uailey, on Saturday, and was fined $5,00 and costs, and being minus the aflbrosaid sum ho was com mitted to jail. The boots were mis matched and he could'nt wear them afterwards, much to his own disgust. Guano Aumv or Tin: Rkpl'iimc A Post of tho Grand Army of tho Repub lic was established in Montpelicr, Fri day evening, Oct. 19th, and the follow ing officers elected: Grand Commander Fred. E. Smith. Senior Grand Commander John W. Clark. Junior Grand Commander J. M. Po land. Adjutant James S. Peek. Quartermaster Pcrley P. Pitkin. Sergeant Major Wallace II. Ballou. Quartermaster Sergeant Hiram M. Pierce. R. Chamberlln, M. P. for Mlsslsquol, advocated a road to run fromWest Fam ham through Dunham, Frolighsburgb, Berkshire, and Rlehford. Af'er tome discussion as to the merits of the different routes and the best mode of proceedings to carry out tho project, it was moved by Dr. X. A. Smith and seconded by E. II. GoiT, Esq., that a committee of five from each side of the lino be appointed at tlilsmeeting to con tcr with other sections, and to adopt sucL measures to promote the construc tion of a railroad through tills section as they may think proper; taid commit tee to report at a subsequent meeting, to be called by the chairman at an early day. Tho resolution was carried unani mously, and the following gentlemen were appointed to servo on tho commit tee: X. S. Whitney, Montreal; J. B. Sey mour, Mayor of Frcllghsburgh ; M. J. Doming, Mayor of St. Armand East ; Abel Hurlbut, Frcllghsburgh ; Win. M. Patterson, do. ; Lester Rounds, Rich ford ; J. B. Bowditch, do.; Cheater Searles, Berkshire, M. Colcord, Berk shire; John K. Whitney, East Frank lin How To Stop a Donkey's Bhay. Father Hue, famous Catholic explorer of tho interior of China, relates that on one of lii.s long journeys among that strait jo people his caravan embraced an unusual number of jacks among the donkeys employed as carriers of tho ex hibition ; that these jacks at every rest ing place kept up suoh an intolerable braying, especially toward morning, as to render sleep impossible to the abbe ; that at last ho complained of this to the master of t ho donkeys, who instantly replied that his gracious highness should be no more disturbed by tins braying; that, sure enough, a quiet night with refreshing sleep followed ; and on inquiring into the cause in the mom- tng, no was Jtoimeii io ine nuiy ueivs, each with a heavy stone tied to his tall. "That," said the driver, " is the way to koHIg them. The lackass stands upon his dignity, and will not bray unless ho can straighten out his tail, and with a beavv stone attached he can't straiu'lit en it out, don't you sec? Every time he tiios it, the weight of his tail pulls him down and shuts his jaws. . Ill- - I! I-.-- WHAT MAKES YOUR HAIR SO BEAUTIFUL? MRS. S. A. Allen's -Impkovkd (new stylo) Haiu RE3Toitr.it or Dressing, (in one bottle.) Price One Dollar. I'Jvory uruggist sens u. Hi o The Bchlikoton Times. The Daily Times appears in a new dress altogether, and it is a handsome one too. This is the largest and one of tho most enter prising dally papers published in Ver mont; liberal, independent, and fear less, always. The Mcssr. Bigelow are to bo congratulated upon this evidence of the prosperity of the Times. IN o AT Iv Good Dairy Farm No. 2 Darrow Block, AXD SEE THU NEW STYLES OF CLOTHING I Tho best line of Suits in Town, TjOH HALE IN M01UUSTUWN, within one- JL nan nine oi .liorilatown Village. I Farm contains about eiKhty-livu acieN of Rood 1 land, mxty acre cleared, and thu remaii.der wooddaiul. i Four hundred SiiRar or Staple tieen, with Sap Tubs and Suj-ar I'teniilx. AyotuiK Applo Orchaid of about 150 truca, nioniiy in ueariiiR. Itmixe ;ll)x 40, in Rood repair, with good cel lar, llarn 32 x 01. with cellar under thu whole and in kooiI repair, ltuiinliif; water at house and b.im, and pantm-oa well watered. Forty toim ot hay cut from twenty acicn will be sold witli (ho farm if deeired. Seuui Cows, 5 yearling heifei-H, 1C cheep, and a Kpau of Rood work horncn will be gold with the place, if detdrcd, and all farming toolx. All to be xold wrv cheap for raidi. W. 11. VOWK11S, Morribtown, Aug. 15, ISfiS. 230wtf. BY TELEGRAPH Farm tor Sale. 77ii! Iicst Line of Owcout in 7'mci. The Host Li no of Furnishing in Town. floods Just Roceived from Now York and Boston. d2m-133. L. McD. SMITH fc CO. Autumn and Winter. LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS. I II AVE now opened a new stock of the ahoNO named Roods, to which I refpeetfully invite the notion of tho Lad'.cs of St. Albans and vi cinity. Ileal Dlack Thread and Malta Lucex. Ileal Valenciennes and Cliiny Laces. Merino UndcrvcHts and P-awern, Extra Quality. 3Ierino Hosiery. Gloves, Mitteiif, Scarfs. Ac. Dress, SacliH, & Cloak Fringoa and (iimp.i. .Small aret. Ac., Ac. t Making a Speciality of this lino of Goods, I shalUndeavor to keep on hand a good, liberal an3ort.neut, and shall not bi- undersold by any one. Ii. 1'. KlJll' iu.. Store next to L. L. JOuteher A Souw. 132tf SITUATED in tho nant part of Sheldon, on a branch of the Missisquoi ltiver, well known j us tho Joel Whitney farm, containing 30G acres, I from 50 to 75 acres interval laud. Tim farm in 1 capable of keeping 50 cow n, 50 nheep, a team Ac. I Wood and timber land enough lor the farm. A i Good Sugar orchard of 1000 trees, sugar toulu Ac. Two good dwelling houses situated oppo- cite, one brick and one wood. A dairy-luiiiKe and apparatus lor tho manulacturu wf butter I and cheeee. Good running water at both lions I en, daiiy-htiitBO and barn. Thiu farm is about .... r. .11.... I. .1... ..!..! l'.... ..v.. u iii.ivn uwui in. i liii uinuti .njiiiiin. r ui further particulars eiuiuiru of the. owner on the premises WILLIAM 15L1SS. East Sheldon, Aug. 18, I8UH. aiOwtf Farm for Salo. riMIK mibsc.iber ofl'ers for ialo his farm lying JL in Wi'htford, In tho County of ('hitteni)eii, containing two hundred and tweuty-livo acies. lluildiugs All new. Location on a good road one mile, Irom the village ; near nchool and church, well fenced -running w ater to the hou-e and barns- an abundance of fruit. Two u'ood sugar orchards ; all thu Funning, Dairy and Sugar tools. Also, with or without slock on the farm. The above farm will keen forlv cows and tuain througb tho year. For further particulars inquire oi me sunsenuer on ine premises. JOSEPH 11. CHASE, i West ford. June 22d. ISfiS. .'ffl'f FARM FOR SALE The subscriber being in poor health will sell his farm in Irasbiirgh, situated about one mile from Coventry village containing one hundred and 3o acres of land, in an excellent state cultivation, has a good orchard of one hundred trees, is well wateled, good buildings, is well fenced, has a good suuar orchard, free from stones, right of noil, land is one of tho best bar gains in the couutv. Terms erv ensv. CHAULE3 CHAMtiKllMX. Irasburgh.Sept. I. 1868. w8-'J32. New Store and New Goods, C . R . PELL, W I T II Beau Cai'tched. Mr. I;. O. C'olburn, of Shrewsbury, noticing signs which led him to infer that a bear or some other animal was prowling around near his premises, set a trap for the animal a few days since. Sunday, Oct. 18th, ho visited his trap, and found therin a large black bear, which, on being killed, was found to weigh over 200 pounds. Musical Ixstkcmexts. The piano fotto has long been the popular home and concert instrument, yet in point ol swcllimr nnd sustaining the tones is ex tremely defective. On account of this df iii-ieiicy, music written in chords, or t.. .. . wi.it. .rl Lili'ln (inlllinl 1 11. en 1 1 cfn 1 1- 111 41 I Ulllll.l.l;ii nL(i J. , .......v. v .....7...u torily executed, as the long notes result In diminuendos where they should be Miataiucd. Tito taste lor the Oman and orchestral style of music will supersede tho nrcscnt niano compositions. There are no instruments capable of such fine expressions in this style of music as the American Ohgans, manufactured by Messrs. S. D. i II. W.Smith, of Boston. Their delicacy and variety in the voic inir renders them susceptible of beauti ful orehestial efi'eets, by the skillful use of the tremolo and the improved knee swell wliilo the deep manual sub-bass which is added to tho new styles, gives the closest re.'omblance to tho pipe organ. JUmon Journal. eow ROBERT KINGSLEY, IMS TOLL'S NEW llmM' K , ON X.AKE STREET. ST. ALBANS, VT. HAVE just opened tno largest stock of Crock cry, comprising all tho new and desirable patterns, I reueh, China ami liolnMiuan tancy and Table Glass Waro, Cutlery and Plated Ware, over offered in this County. Wo also call attention to our Stock of FOItEION AND DOMESTIC DHY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, LINENS, FANCY GOOD.s. NOTIONS AND S.MALI. WAItE. The undersigned would respectfully announce to the public that we have adopted the CASH SYSTEM, and ONE l'ltlCE. Driscol's New Uloek, Lake St. St. Albaus, Vt, HOUEHT KINGSLEY. ilOtf Check List of Voteks. The Act amending tho oxistiny law in reference to cliee'c lists, which was passed by both houses of our State Legislature, was made necessary by the fact that the for mer act did not include presidential elections. The Act is now amended by adding after tho words "list of voters for every annual city, town or free men's meeting," the words, "and elec tion or electors of President and Vice President of the United States." And towns whore check lists are provided by the law should see to it at onoo that the lists arc prepared within the time. This is the first bill that lias been passed the present session. Bethany Oiiuiich. At the sale of pews in Bethany Church, Aloiitpelier, which closed Saturday, one hundred uid thirty were sold, at a premium of about S1-,0)0. The balance of pewa, after satisfying the subscribers, will be held by the society for salo or lent. The Fast Young Lady. Miss Jen nie Robinson alias Jennie Ilurlburt, was brought before Justice Sherman on the 20t l inst., upon complaint made against her for fraudulently obtaining goods from Messrs. Breck vt Wethcrbeo, and she was ordered to find bonds in the sum of $50, for oppearauco at the next term of the County Court, and for want thereof was comittod to jail. Tenth Vermont. The annual rcun ion of the "Old Tenth" will be held at L. Love's Hotel, Walerbury, tills oven- iug. Ex-Governor Dillingham will Jo- liver tho address. The railroads will carry for half fare. liaili'oad Me.i'tiny ot Frcliylis-bitryli. IitoN in the Blood. When the blood is well supplied with its iron clement, we leel vmorous and mil 01 animation. Is is an insufficiency of this vital ele ment that makes us feel weak and low spirited ; all such, by taking tho Peru vian .vrup. (a protox.de ot Iron) can sumilv this deficiency, and will be wonderfully invigorated. w Confectionery & Fruit Store. New Stock of Goods just Received. FARM FOR SALE. "VfEAH the centre of Wolcott, two miles from i i Wolcott Village, and in sight of Lamoille Valley ltailroad, about 15) acres of land, free Irom stono and rich swales for grass. Good buildings, well tinishul and well watered. Good applo and sugar orchards. Piicc, f 1.500 ; terms liberal ; title perfect. Euquiro of the sub. sc.ribr. EDSON SLAYTON. l'iis-a IjOll SALE. -A pleasantly located residence 1 in SI. Albans, with one or two acres ol land, as ni.iy be desired. Twelve good rooms, ccller, cistern, excellent woll of water, house and barn nearly now. Annie, near, nluin. and cherry trees, partly in bearing, of best varieties, AIno grape vines, elc. The cheapest place in town at tno pneo asKcil. Terms very easy. Foo further particulars, enouiro at the Than- sonii'T niHce. '215-tb. To Rent. tOMMKllCLYL V access, ami very Itooms or ofliees. St. Albiins, Aug. College. Ilooms : liossnssion 1st. Three Ilooms easv of pleasant situation for Club W.M.N. SMITH. d70tl 3, 13(!S. Lost. T1ETWEEN Fulton Market, XJ th St. Alb.tn. and le F.vir Ground, or on it, a dark colored motrocco wallet, containing $151, and a receipt from Severance ,V Co., lioston, to E. C. Gallar. The Under will receive a reward ( f Jul) on return ing the wallet to E. C. GALLAK. St. Albans 19th Sent.. ISC8. nllltf T A Re-Union of Vehmont Officers. Tho Fifth Annual re-union of Vermont officers will be held at Montpelicr to morrow. The members of the Re-union Society, and all Vermont officers of tho army and navy arc respectfully Invited to attend. The oration will bo delivered by Gen. P. T. Washburn, at the Hall of tho House of Representatives, during the owning. riie Richford Scniincl sayii that on Saturday, the 10th of October, a largo and enthusiastic meeting of St. Armand East, Richlord, and East Franklin was held at the Parish Hall in the village of Frelighsbnrgh, for tho purpose of dis cussing railroad matters and taking tho preliminary stops for the immediate con struction of a road leading from the present terminus of tho Passunipsic River Railroad, at Newport, Vt., to Montreal, P. Q., or to connect with some lino of railroad now running to Montreal. J. B. Seymour, Esq., Mayor of Frc llghsburgh, wa3 called to the chair, and J. II. Smith, of Frelighsbnrgh, appoint ed secretary. Remarks were made by the Mayor, Dr. X. A. Smith, of Frcllghsburgh, Dr. J. II. Hamilton, of Richford, Mr. Ches ter Searles, of West Berkshire, II011.J3 K.Whitney, of Franklin, N. S.Whit ney, Esq., of Montreal, Abel Hurlbut, of Frelighslnirgh. They favored thu old survey, from Newport, via Rich ford. Berksliiro, and Frelighsbtirgh,and connect with the Montreal & Vermont Junction R. R., iu Staubridgo, li'm 'pnv i iM.'rT lnut riwiiviil. a nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hams, Bologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, To matoes. Pears. Peaches, Water Melons ndn Musk Melons. dtf-94. Severe nain will not trot out of fashion yet for a long time, and so long, people will need a good remedy Rennc's Pain Killing Magic Oil is just what tho peo ple need, to cure headache, rheumatic, neuralgic, and other painlul complaints. ucxw Botrus certificates, manufactured to order, are often published in praise of some worthless hair preparation. liar- rott's Vegetable Hair Restorative" does not need to lesort to such menus, for its merits are too well known and appre ciated. A . 1 . Sunday Dispatch. d&w "if ' ' ' .a.... NEW Lino of Imported Goods, a new thing in thii market. A Now lot of CANNED GOODS. NOTICE. MO FAltMEUS AND OTHE11S. The siihscrib era llaviutr .iiirchased and fitted m in cood order, tlie vtnoicu .11111 at bwauton rails, lor niei'lv known as Piatt's Factory, are now nrC' oared to manufacture Cloths or Yarn for cus tomers, or exchange tho same for wool. A lib oral share of p.itronago solicited, and satisfac tion Guaranteed. N. ii. - Officii in south ond of Factory, where may be found the bookH and accounts of the late linn or riatt imiKiey. 'H'J.tf MEIGS .t HINKLEY. DISOLUTION. rPIIE COPAltTNEItSHIl' in the Insurance L business heretofore existing between Dow TRY thft DEVILED HAM and LOBSTEItS. Full line in TOBACCO and CIGAltS. v and Noble, and S. K. Goldsmith, under the inn name' of Dowey.Noblo &Co. is this dav dis solved by mutual consent. U.fcW.I tV FUlJLil'.. S.K. GOLDSMITH. ,t. Albans. Vt., August 1, 1B03 SBdAwtf 108-C-234-1 II. L. SAMSON A CO. GRAND OPENING ! O F FALL GOODS ! A T H. 0. POST, (fe OO-'s., NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Grrand Concert, ACADJSMY JrALLtST.ALJ3ANS, VT. MLLE CAMILLA URSO THE Celebrated Violinist, Mrs. D. C. Hall, of . lioston, Soprano. Mr. II. D. Hopkins. Bari tone. Mr. 11. I. Proctor, Piam.t. Will give 0110 Grand Concert of Vocal and In stnunenti'.l music at tho Academy Hall, Si. Al baus, on Tiuday evening, Oct. ivtn, lows. Ticitr.TR -50 cts Reserved Seats, 75 cts. For alo nt Mr. Huntington's Jewelry Store, on and a ter Friday, Oct. 23d and at tho door. Doors oneii at 7 1-4 -Concert to conimenco at ii o'clock. ri VIE best Mock of Clothing in the Stato Just X received at WM. N. smith, ,v . CURDIGAN JACKET, All tho New Stvles Just ttjlxck pant received at Wm. K. SMITH. JLJecived at JUST RECEIVED from New York, splendid Lino of of New aud Choico Dress Goods, Including Employs Cloths Epingeliue, French Serges Milt aim wool, Knot Poplins 11 eucti Men nous, with a great Variety of Tlain and Poplin Alpacas, and Chene Poplins, all ut VERY LOW PRICES. Wo have a full Lino of D R E S S T R IMMINQHI Consisting of Silk Fringes, Black and Coloied Velvet Ribbons, with Buttons and Gimps to match. Our Stock of Prints Bleached and Brown Cottons. Detains, in fact everything in tho lino of Domoatics, is full. also a full lino of Cassimcrea, Tailor's Trim mings, Gloves, Hosiery, Shawls, Dutchess Kidtls. and Breakfast Shawls A Choice line of Dry Groceries may always bo loumiiustocK. Pieai-o call and examine Goods and Prices be fore purchasing elsewhere. H. C. POST, A Co Cor. Main and Fairfield Sts., St. Albans, Vt. dAwtfnlOC. s and vests or all kinds lust rc WM. K. BM11H. ACO a. T-l.Mt' t?l..l,. ! T..ll 1 IV... 1.... nan.. Ini f. "1" uli a"v"xr"v"L'.rT7 V7v v riALL and see tho best Stock of Clothine, .i j Hats and Caps aud Furnishiiic Goods in th I (' 1 .. 1 - 11 T VT OlfTmiT f. ' f I I.Wl 111.111. I rtLOTHINO, (!LOTIIISG. 1 CLuTHING 1 Tho largest Stock of Clothing, Hats and Caps and Furnishing Goods ever offerod for salo in Vermont, is now opened at WM. N. BMITH, k CO'8, CLOTHING for Full and Winter, just received at Smith's now Block, WM. N.SMITH.ACOVS "VrOUTH'S CLOTHINO of all kinds cheap X a WM. N. SMITH, & CO S. For the Vermont lYantcript, LATEST NEWS! Boston, 21st. Tho papers this p.m. contain tho ad dress of the Democratic National Com- mltteetotho conservative voters of tho United States. It is signed by Augustus Belmont, chairman, nnd dated Now York, Oct. 20. It calls for a more cnor gctlc ofiort to wrest tho power from tho Radicals, but makes no mention of tho proposed change of candidates. Itsaya the Democratic party can fearlessly point to every page of Its record ; it has never violated a single obligation of tho fundamental compact by which United States entered Into tho family of nations' Its watchword, in peace as in war, has been, and always will bo, the Union, the Constitution, and the laws, and no man or set of men, however high they may bo placed by tlie suffrages of their fcllow-ci tizcns,can ever expect to rcceivo the support of this great eonservatlvo party in any revolutionary attempt against established laws. The boUot box and the supremo will of the American people are the only means to which we look for redress. Fellow Democrats, you are fightlnor for a good and righteous cause. Wo have for our leader a tried statesman and a patriot who stood by the Union in ita darkest hour ; a man equally beloved for tho purity of his private character aa honored for his public virtues. The address concludes as follows : Your triumph in Xovcmbcr will finally re-establish the Union and tho Constitution for another generation of men. It will restore peace and good or der to the South, prosperity to tho North, and a wise and frugal rule to both. Our ranks are unbroken, our courage is unabated; once more to tho breach, and this time victory. The Stato Central Democratic Na tional C nventlon have also issued an address urging tho voters to rally to their standarl. Yesterday, about 5 p.m., three chil dren of Byron Goodcll, of Peabody, wero burned to deatli under circumstances .terribly afllicting. They wero at play in a small barn near tho house, and aro supposed to have set tiro to some hay with matches. Their mother saw flames issuing from tlie barn and at tempted their rescue, but was driven back by the llamcs and smoke. Their names wore Elniac, aged 3 years, and Enoch and Martha, twins, aged five and a half years. Xi:w York, Oct. 21. West India advices state that the Pa pal Muncio hud arrived at St. Domingo, and the Government was arranging with him for a separation of Church and State. Peace lias been restored in Porto Rieo. Tlie IPorW of to-day says that Sey mour will stump Pennsylvania. It also says, if Seymour is elected and lives to perform his duties, the polities of tho Vice-President are of as little account as the politics of the maker of the Senate Chamber clock. Gold, 1SG. A. T HOUGHTON'S OUSTER HOUSE. Every Morning, ISTor walk Oysters If EG, QUART OR GALLON, Euke Ktuet, St LOVE AMONG ') III-; ROSES. Lubin's Hiking. Ihlan most delightful Perfumes at GREEN A NICHOLS, No. I, Lake Street notice; " Mr. F. L. Goodspeed's New House at Missi- quoi Springs, is now ready for the reception ot oartiors. uai-it TO SOLDIERS -AND WIDOWS. Albail'i. uct. I ma. KMAwIm. IMPORTANT THEIR 1 notified that I am agent to transact all busi ness pertaining to pensions, bounties and back pay. 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