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VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, OCTOBER 27, 1SGS.
crinont Daily Transcript. ST. ALBANS, VT. Tuesday, OcTonr.n 7, 18.18. Travelers' Guide. Anntv.vt. or r.sn(it.it inAins. inn. tin- South and East, 0,18 ft. in., 10.C0 n.m i: n. in., ft. (HI n. in. trotn Houses mint aim om, i,uu n, m., n,- 11 . 111. s. I'. Troiii Montreal, 1 1 15 a. m., 7 10 p. m. Dr.r.!tTHitr or rARSEsnr.n tii.uns. For the South and Kast, fi 1 8 4o n. m., 12 00 n iiu ii. in. For House's Point and West, C05 n.m. 1100 ni. i!:3 ) p. in. For Montreal, G 10 a. in., fl 33 p. m. paii.t. AnmvAt. or sr.uir.s at st. aliun.h. rroni Htteetsbnrgh and Franklin, 700 p. m. From ltichford and Sheldon, 500 p. in. From Sheldon. 10 00 a. m. From Bakerslleld, 11 UO a. m. ..... . i.Tf.iii' . t or.nrj nnlM MT. AMIAS'S. For Franklin and Sweotsburgh, 7 30 a. m. For Sheldon and ltichford, 8 30 a. m. For Sheldon, 2 00 p. in. For Uakrrsih Id, 1 00 p. m. lirHl I'.HI HI L I 111 Ml'll'llll IllllUin ... ..,,,.. ,..,.. CLOSING Of HIE MAILS. Mails lor "Now York close at 5 0J a. ni. and 7 00 in. . Mails for Boston clo?o at 5 a. in. and P. 30 p.m. Mails for Alhanv and the West close at 5l'0a.m Mails for Canada clone at 5 0 a.m. Southern and Northern way mail close at 5 00 m. Strangers' Guide. II K V. M.i A. meets uvnrv MnmlftV CVcnum at their rooms over Vm. N. Smith s Store, nit. Strep!. Clmmplaih Chapter No. 1. It. A. M. meets tho ..!.. l.-ll :.. UM. '.!....' .. I.I....). M;,, ..,! Columbus Council No. 1. It. A S. M. meets the cowl Wednesday evening in each month, at V.ll I.. 111 1 ... 1.1 1. Franklin Lodge. No. 1. F. A A. M., meets the ii in iji liiii itiucit. .iiiiiii nirt-t'L. Enirlenbv l-oik'u No. 81 F. V A. M. uu-otH the ... .1 II' "1 1 1. I. 1 nt . i : IT..!.... 1H1. Ml. Ctw.nt Crvatal Fountain, Temple of Honor No. 4 mt'cU .t rt,,,.. ,1.,,. u tl.i.it- 1 Tn 11 in H iriHM St. Aihans Lodge No 32, 1. O. of G. T. meets .?! . .!...:.. 11..11 i.. it,,,,,,.. net. i..n;i, NtrecL. Rising Sun Lo gc Nc. 8 I. 0. of G. T. moots St." John the Baptist JJonevolent Society (Ca- . ' . . - . .1.. !u l.-ll M I.. It iinlitiL'ioii's Storu. TO Aiivrriuei i. 1110 ermoxt jjaily iha-vs-tirr has tho largest circulation iu St. Albans id in Franklin Countv. of anv dailv nancr. and on that account, if no other, the beat medium .1 .1 !.... Local Items. tfiylntcrestliig matter, original or so- . i i i l .. il. n.i Ouu Dailv. -Those wishing to secure . - j . i ... .i . orritif id's and lia ;er's uooKStores. as . i r ; . l jl. nrlrt CIA 413 V.i UllllU.l ,444 ft.v wa..w.. J . ar ml nf tlinar. lilnoos. -s- VnTP5 Vntrn fur Proi.ldr'llUftl K1CC. . t A - I 4,. T.-..l.l! 111.ll" III1I1L I HIT tlll t: ll IIIU ILLIiUUII C.....4- t : . . mm . i" , l .1 : ., .11 OllllC IIUI4llJilV. i lit 1II.-IMIUIIUIII i. l -.1.1 4.. 24. 4 1 . n 4 . . r (i ri ill t i' ldi.fi.j iiiiii.i 11111 ...iv ... - I. 1 , 4,! 1 1 . i . . . . J" 4 -. . 1 11(1 IIIUL IIIJ VULU IX JU9L 1U1 U1U11L II11U 'fillnT fnr irnn r. nf n nvlclnil h.'illor. St. Albans Butteii and Ciieesi: . . ' angea irom -He. to 4c. jer 10. aiuw, i.7.. i 1.1 sftl ...i r.0,4 1...- ' .. . ' t., . . . nfl fttnrv -hn fmn. ir,,. tn l 0 ,lur i 8S0 tubs of Imttor h ve been shipped, P if. rre 11 fill. hipmentof chocso has beon 03S boxes, VCRil lha. rvrnea u'Inl.t ivith trrn IoLm ' O " r 'rzr- o louow. rno Drinc nm emnfterc 01 - - 1n wlmultitt nttftiif f(( linvna ftrtirv 1 nti 1. 4 1 . r 1 ..1 hipped 000 boxco of cheese from j.iilton o-day. TifE New Oeleans Riots. Rev. T Tr Ti.,1.1., r t 1 a r t 1 . . , .41. 114. . . 4414.1. Ul J41 ,L441I4441.1. vill dehvc n lecture to-morrow TWcd- u lesday evening, at Acadcm Hall, on Mr. Irwin has resided at the South for 1 long time, and was in New Orleans, in observer of Ben. Butkr's rule. He f .1 . A 1 11 . I L-31UUU lllt'lU UUiilJLl LL1U CllLllU WUI.UI1U fin imi 1 if 111 11 1 1 1 ri 11 11 1 u .1 i v -11r11 iMtkiii 1 1UL9. ILUU Will LrlVL illl 1LTUUI11 III Llli n in r 1 r 1 tit itTii ire iniiiniiin tntii. 1 f 11 1 1 :i 1 4 iifiin fnv 1 1 11 rrnii nil ri rv ail' r . ii . . . iirrmtmii'f. nun nnioi ttirtniti(mf ntw mm Tin rniirn. 'i iincn inr too fin n. ithwi, in 1 im niBini'u fT inn nAiinn-ir nii uvurj uuivu US RWUU1U 11 Ul lail IU i t 11 . ... i. iviunus rajq " mil uo picascu witn r!i)Q int Wn linnn in i.r A. 11 11-11 if rrnw r-oii i ii tr o Nasby. The Rev. Petroleum Vesuvl. 114 MIIIV Will lift ll'llli I Iz nnliiv. . . w uoowu uv V.HUU1IU, in, Avuiiuuu, rrut urday, Nov. 7th, and at Montpclior the Monday evening following. If'llf.-inil l.r. f ...... r. . . II 4 II..., 1 r. . ! The Conceiit. Our readers will not forget the concert this cvoning, at Aca douiy Hall. Don't forget tho Sintrinir School tc nlsrht. at half-nast tavon. . v , . n - RiDllWAMis. Whcro is the poorest sidewalk in town? On Jiishop Street. We tli nlc the village nttthorltleB will not deny it. Tin Wr.nniNO. Yesterday, (.Mon day) being the tenth annlvcraaryof the mairiagc of Mr. and Mrs. Marchail Howloy, residing on Welden Street in this village, the evening was Improv ed ly their friends in giving them a sur prise visit in the way if a "Tin Wed ding." The company to the number of fifty or more being Good Templars most ly, met at Good Templars Hall and after providing thomsclvet with an ass-ort-mcr.t of tinware sufllciLMit tFctupa tin podler in business, they proceeded to tho hou?c of the happy pair. Mr. and Mrs. Rowley received th ir larg" num ber of fiicnds wltii much surprise, but gave them all a cordial greeting upon their arrival. An hour or two was whiled away in a pleasant mnnner, in cheerful conversation, listening lo music, add in partaking of the bounties of the hoii'0. "With the expression of many good wishes for the prosperity of tho rccipientsof tlie tinware, tho com pany sopcrated, highly pleased with the occasion, Pi-rsonal. D. Webster Dixon, Esq., of Grand Isle, has tecently written the history of that town for MUs IIomcL way's Orzettcr. Hcv. Jay Poa'cII of Richford, is en gaged in a similar work for that town. The Caledonian says : Judje I'oland wont to Exeter, N. II., on Tuesday, where he was advcithod to speak at the great Grant and Colfax mnss-mccting to be held there cn Wednesday. The Judge has done good set vice this cam paign, having spoken in his own State, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massa.hu- setts and New Hampshire. The Judge is expected to address the Republicans of Burlington some time this week. Legislature of furmunt lStiS, SENATE. Monday, Oct. 2G. Tho Prcsidcntro tcm in tho chair. Theic being no quorum present, on motion of Mr. Orcutt, adjourueJ. AFTERNOON. The President iiro tcm in the chair. Senator Ilalluuvcd a call of the Sen ate ; ordered. The following Senators responded to their names: Senators Allen, Clark, Dewey, Elkins, Goodcll, Hall, Ilendee, Lean.inl. Oroati,! Dlmpsoii, WiUcr, Wheeler. Senator Elkins moved to adjourn. Senator Dewey demanded the yeas and nays ; yeas 10, nays 3 (Senator Hal bert had in the meantime returned.) Senator Goodcll moved that as there was luothsrbusi icis before the Senate, tho Senators rise, join hands, and sing that beautiful hymn, commencing 'Together let us sweetly livo, Together let us die." The chair informed the Senator that his motion was not in o .der. Senator Clark introduced a bill cx- tendinir the charter of the Bank of l4,i,lrnov -- Tho chair informed tho Senator that 'there was no quorum present. sin mni- Will If or ninvm rnnr. r.no Sir- goant-at-Arms be directca to bring 111 the ab.-mitoes ; carried. The galleries of the Senate were clear ed and the doors closed. In obedience to tho summons the foKo .vin ' S nat rs appca:cd : Sen:.- tqw Biulow, Hard and Burt. Thu doors were again opened. Taejou.-nal o.'34tjrJay wai r.-a 1 and approved, S. 39. rclatiu.? to tho education of children between tnc ages of eight and fourteen, having been print.. A was rc furied to committee on education. S. 2, amending charter of the Fann er's Mutual Fi.o JnsuiMiico Company Tho Senate concurred in tho amend ment proposed by lUu IJoubcj to add a bcction that the bill take effect iiom iU passage. On motion of Senator Walker the Senate adjourned. HOUSE. JOINT JtESOLUTIOX, Mr. Brookinsjof Shorplmaii for ajoint assembly on Wednesday at haltpa3t two o'clock in the afternoon, to hear tho report of the committee appointed to canvass votes for county officers; adopted. BILLS JNTItODUCED AND REFERRED. By Mr. Wheelock of Berlin, relating to S.ate priutlng, and in addition to ami in amen-imcnt of No. 01, of tho public acts of 1607; to selcc. committee of ono member from each county. BILLS READ THIRD TIME. II. 57, in amendment of chap. 22, geuerul statues, relating to public in structions ; passed. H. 01, in addition to chap. 70, gener al statues, reluting to divorce and ali mony; passed. Ou motion of Mr. Frisbio of Poultuey, adjourned. AFTERNOON. REMONSTRANCES. By Mr. Barney of Castlcton, of clti- zeiisof Itutland County, against tho ex-t-nsi n of the Bennington and Itutland R illrot.d from Rutland toWestRutlan referred to committee on railroads. niiit,s iNTitonucnn and r.EFEitnnn. By Mr. .Tonc3 of Benson, to authorize the formation o' railroad corporations, and to regulate tho same, on motion 01 Mr. .T01.03, to select commltlcD consist ing of one member from each county. By Mr. Whec'ock of Berlin, p-ovid-ingaplacc and prescribing the manner in which the members of the General Assembly n ay v .to for electors of Pre sident and Vice-President, tho Scr-geant-at-Arms to prcpara a box in tho room of committee on elections, and re ceive, count and make returns of tho votes of all connected with tho General Assembly ; to select committee consist ing of five members of tha IIo.iss. The Speaker announced 03 a select committee on hill 103 relating to State printing: Messrs. Wheelock of Berlin, Jackson of Panton, Eddy or Glastonbury, Glflln of Wheelock, Remington of Hunting ton, Jones of Eiscx, Browa of Frank lin. Ki-k of Isle la Motto, Shattuck of Watervillc, Willcy of Topsham, Spencer of Wcstmoro, Ilewett of Chittond , Newell of ardtboto, and Mooic Plymouth. ncrortTS. Frcm general con mlttcc. agairst II. 123, to amend tecs. IS and 19 of chap. 70 g. b. , relating to divorce; ordered to lie. RESOLUTION. By Mr. Silsby of Luncnburgh, that the general committee be insiructcd to inquire into the expediency of a law providing for the support of paupers by each county, and tlie purcluise of a farm and other 1 roperty for that lurposc: adopted. The Speaker announced as select committee on II. 103, providing for voting for Presidential electors by mem bers of the general asiembly ; Mossis. Bigelow of Bycgatc, Harris of Danville, Town of Somerset, Long of Peru, and May of Andover. W1IAT MAKES YOUR HAIR SO BEAUT1LUL? MRS. S. A. Allen's Improved (new style) Hair Restorer or DnESiiNO, (in one bo.tle.) Prico One Dollar. ii,very DruirKist sells it. A buy man is a locomotive, and life n trunk l'Vfpv niirlif-. lif flnvfta int-i "tlie house," and stops. Every niorr- ! . 1... 1 . 41 1 ...it llHNll llfl inj? ne is iiieu iiji uiiuw, 4ij 41--4... ..u iroes switching oil in ono direction and thou in another. In this routine of business ho forgets that the physicial oiganizat ion is of the most delicate kind. (I'n liiii..l ivrm lrfwiinnri I'd linotl'; P.fitltftllllL 1 . .1 44414. 4 I1VII ll.v.ll.l'.. . . . , . . care, . nil to bo wen oitetl up ami rub- 1 1 ll' 1.... 1 . nK . LIUU Ull UNL.'1. , Uil.Y 11U1V U1UUI1 IIIU1U necessary is it that all men and women should use Plantation Bitteis, which aro the nc )Iuh ultra of everything which is necessary to keep tho system in a per fect tone of health. w. Magnolia Water. Superior to tlie boat imported German Cologne, and o.u at hail tho :rieo. For many years tho Piano Forte has held unquestioned monopoly; but a growing taste for tlio.se orchestral eil'ects iu playing winch the Puuu cannct ren der, has turned attention to the Organ. Cheapness, portablencss, and conven ience of manipulation are also advanta ges in tlie American Organs, as made by Alcssrs. a. 1). & 11 W. Smith, of Boston, which eminently recommend them for home, school, and chape 1 use. V day or two since wo visited tho now extensive manufactory of the above nuni'jd instruments, on Boston Neck, au.l werj surprised at the vast amount oi labor in operation, and the completeness of the appliances in use, from tho heavy machinery which cuts the fa took, to the delicate apj nratus which fa h ions the key work and action. Messrs, S. D. & II. W. Smith aio regarded as the best rsed Organ manufacturer in tlie world, and although able to turn out one hun dred instruments a week, they have lound dillleulty in filling orders, which come from all parts of the country. Nouu who hear these popular instru ments, with their round, soiurlous, .sympathetic and expres ivo tones, are surprised t the favor with which tliey are regarded by lead ng music ans. Portland 2'iamcrijH Fulton Market. Just received, a nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hums, Bologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, To matoes, Pears, Peaches, Water Melons adu Musk Melons. dtf-01. The American CojkinoStove.-TIio only real base burner. It is a well known fact that in a cooking stove with an elongated iiro-box tlie fire will die out at each end, and a largo quantity of dead coal will accuntula'c at these points. To prevent this in the American and to aid and make a uniform combustion thrqugb. ull parts of tho fire-box, air is admitted into a hollow chamber at the top of tho stove above the fire, and carried through this hollow heated chamber down to near the bottom of tho fire-box at each end, mid then admitted directly into tho burning lnasa of coal. By this means a uniform combustion is aLu.ji: ed in all parts of the lirj-chambor, and less coal consumed, and a more contin uous lire can be kept than in any o.her stove. Tills new ateutod improvement is another great acquisition to this al ready world-renowned cooking stove, which Is now on the Fair grounds only fur exhibition, whero it can bj seen by nil desirous of examining its many per fections, and Is for salo by Warrant & Southworth. of this city, ugonts for Shear, Packard & Co., of Albany. Jiocficster Democrat, Oct. 1st. For salo by D. M. Walkor, St Albans, ,Vt. ' 3d. ' Distressing Cough, causes tho 'r.eiuls of the suiTorlng almost as much 1 nin as the suilenr himself, and sho 'In I'ooeivc immediate attention. Dr. W.'fi lat's Balsam of Wl.d Cherry spetdtiy circs coughs, colds, inlluenza, sole tnroat, fcc. It will always relievo con sumption, on 1 in many well attested cases it has ell'ccted a perfect cure. w. Ren.. ain-Killlng Mngtc Oil is the a I thi..g .0 tite lor frost bites, clill bhiru', bvr:i3 scald?, bruises, contu sions, and otner painful troubles jou evor tried. 'It works like a charm." difcw Quality and quantity are the two de sirable attendants of ''Barrett's Veget able Hair Restorative." Tlie bottles are neither corked thimbles, nor the preparation itself a worthies compound of deleterious minerals, as has been proved by the Award Committee of the N. H. State Agricultural Society. Dov er En q 11 ircr. d it w. nmiiiinnin NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WELDEN SPRING WATER. Water from Welden Spring. St. Albins, Vor mont. which has proved hitch y efllcacious in scrofula, Cancer, and a.l diseases of the skin and also for Ly8,iepia. Kidney and Liver Complaint-, General Debi ity, Ac", Jc. is now I'm wile, at wholesale and retail, at 213 Waxhington Street, whero books may be obtained contain ing an analysis of tho Water, with certilk-.it' t fiom physiuians an I others, testifving to itt benefici T effects in numerous cases where it has been Had. Mr.ncriANTs Natioval Bank. I 28 State fctreet, Boston, Oct. 7. 18G9. E. P. GOODWIN, Esq., Agent Weldon Spring Water. Pkaii Sin : I wnto to rxknowle 'ii-o tho bene fit I havn tcceircd from tho Wottlen Spring Water, 1 havu been troubled with Disonsn of the Kidneys tor many years. I have consulted some of tho heel lriiyslri ins in the cnuntrv and received no relief. Somo few months sineo 1 was recommended to try the Welden Spring nti-r. I had not taken it lone befn'o 1 nn surprised to see, how much good it had done nie ince then 1 always 1 o -p it in my room and sel dom drink any other water, knowing e.vontui ly it will cure nm Ah t am auxinm tint others diould lie biinotitted bv mv exoTienee. I cheer fu'lv recommend It ti al suftiiring with tho same diseano, Respectfully. ' J. J. M VY. From Francis B. DixTi, F.jq., Counselor at I. aw and Average Adjuster, Boston. 17 itEncinNTs F,xcnNon. Boston, October 3, 1SG8. ) E. S. GOODWIN'. I)r.n Siu : I cheorfnllv comply with your r quest to give mycuidi l opinion of thi merits of the Welden Stiriug Water. For some years I liavo sintered nnvh from Dvspepi a, and hav ing exhausted patent modieinoa tyid,.f? nUTn trv Hie Vfi -pring Water. I found by tak ing a glass of the wa or before meals it acts as atonic and general regulator of tho system, and enables me to oat any kind of food without in convenience. Tho onlv ovidcnco I can give of my appreciation of its virtues is a recommenda tion to every one suffering from Dyspepsia to try it. Yours truly, FRANK B. DIXON, Qitixcy, Mass., Oct. 3, 1SCS. K. S. GOODWIN. Esn. Dc.vit Sin My wifo has used your Welden Qpring Water, and has received great benellt from it. Befuro sho used is she had a bad cough, and had b'edfrom tho stomach or lungs. Tho cough h is ontiroly disappeared and sho is as well, or better, than alio his been for ten years. Very respectfully your old servant, John r. willey. Ftoprictor of Haneook Houso, Qnincy. irtr Letters trom many other persons can bo soon at thu oflice. E. S. GOODWIN, Agont, ltOtf JUS Washington Street. Boston. COMIXG AGAIN! COMING AGAIN! COMING AGAIN! THE 5 ANXTORXAN ! THE SATVXTORXAN ! THE SANXTORXAN ! Clouds of l'atiints the last time. Crowds of Patients overytime. Welden House,Tuesday, Nov. 2 and 3. is Dr Crabtreo goes to Europe i'i December, this will lo his last visit liure u ltd iibiu M.iy. Among his li inaikitb.e cures is Miss .ia v Davis, of Alburgh Springs, of St. Vitus Dance i J ears sm'ly itUivti-d. Jilts, llov.uiu. ueai St. Albaiui, supposed " gone in ( h.nsUMI'THis'," ougli, night nuuats, Ac will bu seen hero tin. Jrd us well us eer! Hon, John E. Jtou uts, Muyor of V'.'rgei.ues, cured of bad couh and eaturih, by Dr. Crabtreu. Anniu (ioodwin, Uuriiugtoii, Firs for IG ears, entirely curod oj Dr. Crubtree. Smith, d),, deafuecs audCu i. trrh ; and huudrtds ot others. 5 iiiuinto- coniii.tatiittj free. tur Dibuakt'u told at sight. ttS" Thorough ox imiimtiun of case $1, tCf i'le.itnieiit reauonablu. AirDuu't neglect Coughs. Catarrh and weak ii; . flS- Entiiance East Dooit. Wolden IIous,e. tW Only two davs ltcmember 1 l.j A. D. CltABlitEE, M. D. Grand Concert, ACADEMY ITALL, ST.ALJBAXS, VT. MLLE CAMILLA URSO TVIE Celebrated Violinist, Mrs. D. C. Hall, of X uostou, b.jprano. air. u, u. uopuins, Burl tone. Mr. II. 1. Proctor, I'iaiiitt. Will give onu Gr n 1 C incert of Voc il and In htrumoutal music at tho Ac.tdum - Hall, st. Al bans, ou Tuesday uveiiiug, Uct. 'nth, HH8. rriptrwia .1(1 f. fa Tti,u4.firi.rl mitj 7". - w ..... w.u ... ow.,v,w.t.,., .wvia. A.'. alu'uM-, Hlli)tllKtoii'M Jeiytilry ture, Oil and a ter 1'iuuy, Out all and at tlu do ir, T t t i . I . - 1 Q ..1, I APE 11 COLLAHS and CUFFS of all kimh at Wm. N. SMI I II. .V CUU PLAID WOOL slliurs iu laigu variety ot l Htyies, now opening at WMi N. SMITH A CO'S. OYH CLOTHINO of all kind-i Just received at ji. hjiuii, .v uir.-. HATS, II ATS, HATS, evrs, CAPS, CAPS. Ail the StylcB Just received at WM. N. SMITH, .V CO'S. w fOUL .'HAHlSuI uvriy detjentitiju. just u ceiveu at wai. e. boiiiii, .v cu b. LOOK .V AT No. 2 Darrow Block, AND SEE CLOTHING-I The best line of Suits in Town, The Best Lino of OcurcoaU u Town. The Host Line of Furnishing Oxds in Town. Just Rooeivod from New York and Boston. L. McD. SMITH & CO. d2m-13 NOTICE. Mr. F. L. Goodspeed's New House at Missi pioi (Springs, is now ready for thu reception o oii.il'ders. H0UaHT0A:S O.fSTER HOUSE, Every Morning, N or walk Otysters KF.O. QLAltT OR GALLON, Lake Stuet, S Albans. Oct. IJSG3. J21.UwTm. St. Albans Dining Rooms, LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS, DOWNING A STEERE PROPRIETORS TTA1HI MEVLS or Lunches strved at al hour.-, iu the best stylo. Fresh Baltimore Oysters. lteceived daily and supplied to the Trade at wholesale prices. nl'Ml dvwtf New Storo and New Goods. v . 11 . rtLL, WITH ROBERT KINGSLEY, UUISCOLIS NEW liii)CK, ON1 XiAKE STREET. ST. ALBANS, VT. HAVE just opened too largest stock of Clock ery, comprising all tho new and desirabu (i.iueiiin. Freiich, China and Bviheuiiau Fauu and Table Glass Waru, Cutlery and Plated Ware, ever offered iu this County. Wo also call attention to our Stock of FOREIGN 4ND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, WHITE ROvHU, LINENS. FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS AND SMALL W4VRE. Tho undersigned would respectfully announc to the public that we Imvu adopted the OA:i: ,SY.Vri'.M. and ONE PRICE. Driscol's New Block, Lake St. St. Albans, Vt, l.ULl'.l.U KINGSLEY. f)0tf GRAN9 OPENING ! O F FILL GOODS ! A T H, 0. POST, & 00. 's TUST RECEIVED from i c v Yoik. a solondid J Line ot of New and Choice Dress Goods, Including F.mprof.s Cloths Epiugelino. French Serges Silk and Wool, Shot Poplins French Meii noes, with a great Variety of Plain and Poplin Alpacas, and (die. io Pop. ins, an ut VLKY LOU PRICEb. We have a full Liuu of DRESS TRIMMINGS! Consisting of Silk Fringes, Bl.icli and Colored Velvet Hibbous, with Buttons and Gimps to match. Our Stock of Prints Bleached and Brou a Cottons. Du.ains. in fact uerything in thu line of Domestics, is full. also a full dneof Cassiniercs, Tailor's Trim mings. Gloves, Hos.ery, Shawls, Dutchess Kidds. and Rre.ukf.ist Shawls A Chi ice line of Dry Uroce.ius may al.vays be found iu stool;, P.ease call audcximiue Goods and Prices be- foio purchubhig elsewhere, II. C. TOST, fi Co Cor. Main and Fairfield Sts., St. Albans, Vt. dAutlnP G. BOYS Over Coats of ull kinds at WM. N. SMI III, ii CO'S. A. NEW Supply of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent, jicuicims, ac.,jusi iLueivuuut GHJiu .t MCiIOLS, No. I, LaVo Street AlJliai'llh Rl UiJo.iA i'.JR, too nuatesl article over invented for Perfuming hicA' liOUUlS at Ullt,i!.. IV .mi;iiui,.n, No, 1, LaA'o Stroot. A IjU tno now Htyies or r lira ana acurfs now iTX. opened U WM. N. SMI I'll, .V CO'S ILAGG'S Instatant Relief and Sneer's Stan ; dard Wino Bittera at GREEN ii NICilOLS. No. I, LttVb Street. I.Olt SPRING STYLE OF SILK HATS, call s ? WM N. SMITH 3 rj.LOU:S, GLOYl. ot allUnds. of all kinds H WM. N. SJ1ITH, A CO'S. "0 to WM. N. S9IITH & CO'S for Business J oultsul all Kinds. BY TELEGRAPH For the Wrmout lYanncript. LATEST NEWS! Another Fire in New' York, Torch-light Procession in Boston ! New York, Oct. 27. Wm. Camy was fatallv shot durinff n disptito last night. Tlie assassin was irresteit. 'they were both negroes. cmarp's glast-jtalning factory, on wonty-Sccond Street, wasdestroved bv lrc last night ; losi 200,000. 'Ihc steamers Holsatia. from Bremen. md City of Boston, from Liverpool, .ltivc arnvea. The weather is pleasant. Boston, 27 th. The only subject of to'.ithudo In re ,'ard to tlie great torch-light procession weuncsuuy night is the weather. If prove flue, Boston will see bulIi a bril liant display as it has never s e i. and ...111 1 A t 4. ' in uo as tun ot people from abroad as has been for many years. Reports from all quarters show more interest in the occasion than the. most' iinguine c:uld have expected. 'I housands of men who, a week ar.o, d not thought of beluc nreicnt. havo organized for tho parade. Hie demand for fire-works for the oc lasion is much greater than the supply. Tlie great mass mectincr in the nftr-r- tioon will be addressed by Gov. Harrl- nia.i, uen. AUipatnou, and others. New York, 27th. . Gold, 134?. NEW STEAM MILL 1 -OF Bingham & Lincoln, Vcur the KitlKht Ucpol, St. iVlbuns, VI., LS now ready to grind corn meul. fluo or coarse, and all kinds of grain for feed. This Mill i.in built by Holiuti. & Ilium luinl, of Bos- .on, of the best French Burr, is complete in ovo- ) lesoeei, aim is cupaoiu 01 griuumg twunty- 11 v uiiojiuio itu iiuui. lieiug uepuuuoul ou teither wind or lloods for power, we can do all vorlt of this kind without hindrance to our cu- ouiers. e shall bu prepared to furnish com n thu kernel, or k'l'ouud. ami at all timet) fresh md as cheap as elsewhere. Wo aro also ready co i eceive orders lor Sash, Blinds and Doors, Mouldings and House Finiahincrs of overv do- icriptiou, of us good material and workmanship is iuiv uuier suop iu tne mate. JOB WORE, MIC SS Plaining, ilstching, Turning. Scroll Swing, Ac. Dono to order with Machinery which is new and it tho latest improvemeutb. With these facili ties to give porfect satisfaction, we solicit ft iharo of publio patronage 1J1.NUUAM & LINCOLN St. AlhanH. rvb.27. 1"K7. 15t-tf. iOALL and see tha best Htncb of f!ln(liimr J Hats and Caps uud FurnishiiiL' Goods in the aute, at WM N. SMITH, it CO. s HIltTS and DllAWbRS. -nd Over Hhirta of all kinds, just received at Wm. IS. SMITH, A COS. 1 ANTS AND VESTS, for Fatl and Winter . gu 10 WM. N. SMlllL .V CU'S. - O LOVLS or all Kinds juat received VX at W.U. N. SMITH A CO'S. BJYS and Yoiith'sClothingof all kinds, just ro ceiyod at WM. N. SMITH, A CU'B, CI A OK COATS FOIt SPRING, go to wm. n, sNirnr co-p. . UU til'o OL.Uilll.Mji OI all Mild Ciioup t t WM. N. SMITH, ii CO'S. CLOTHING for Full and Winter, just lecelrad ut Smith's now B.ock, WM. N.SMITH.&CO'H o VEltCO.V'lS of all kinds, and cheap at WM. N. SMIl II .t CO'8. io Ju Ibi. tMli'n a tu'b tor jotir uiacn oacK icon's, 1 KNT'tJ SHAWLS Jut received at WM. N. SMITH, X CO. O HORT FROCKS of all kinds, just received O at WM. N. UM1T1I, ACO'S. 'IMUCQT CO-VPS iii Short Frocks, and Fa JL r rociiw oi uu Kinds uuu colors at WW.N. SMITH. A- CO'S. JtHltit) and JJrauui'b oi ullkiudu nowopeuin 3 at WM. N. SMITH, ACO'S. C-l O TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for your Fall T and Wititfr C'nthlng. jOYS HA IS. U 0B CAPS. Of all kinds, lutst uceivod at VM. N. SMITH, A 00. CLOIIIING, CLOTHING, CLOTUINO, CLU THING 1 The largest Stock ot Clothing, Hats and Caps and Furnishing Goods over ottered for sale in Vcruiout, is now opened at WM. N. SMITH. A COM. IT OR SALli.-A . ill St. Albans, with one or two acres ot Uud, as may be desired. Twelve good rooms, celler, cistern, excellent vroll of water, house and ham nearly new. Apple, pear, plum, and cherry tretg, partly in bearing, of best varieties, Also UV-1, vines, etc. The choapest place iu w at the price asked. Terras very oasv. Foo further particulars, (inquire at tho Tux'x HOiuiT Oillee. 315-tb. fllHF. best stuult uf Clothirfg in tho State just X received at WM. N. SMI TH, A CO'S. i O to WJ1. N.8MITH, A CXa for cood Clatt- VJT U1K h04tJJ.