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VISRMOjSTT DAILY TJANSORIPT, NOEVMBER7, 1S6S.
Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. AL11ANS, VT. HATt ii day, Novi'Mnnu 7, 1S0S. Travelers' Guide. .inntvAL or rARsisor.u Tit.UNs. .'nun the .South mill East, 5,18 a. in., 10.50 ft.lil ,'25 I). in,, 8,1)0 p. ill. ,..,, From House's Point and West, C,50 a. m., 11, 0 a. in.. 7 43 )i. in. From Montreal, 11 15 a.m., 7 40 p.m. nnrAiiTt'iii: or rAssr.xor.n tiuiss. For the .South ami Kant, fi2!l, 8 13 a. m., 12 00 , , n imi i. in. For Houm.'s Point ami West, 003 a. in. 11 00 m. 0:!VJ ). in. For Montreal, 0 10 a. in., 0 3. p. in. DA1I.T AllltlVAt. 01- ST.UIIM AT ST. AI.11AJW. From Svuttsburgh and FratiUlin, 700 p. in. From ltlehfonl ami Slielilon, 0 00 p. in. From Sheldon, 1000 a. m. From lhikcrsfleld, 11 00 a. m. ...,. ,1t uTiriia l'tin HT. AT.1IAMS. For Franklin and Swectsbtirgh, 7 30 a. m. For Sheldon mid Iticliford, 8 W a. in. For sheldm, 2 on p. in. For Bakerst'ii Id. 1 00 p. in. IITL'M Ullll ill lilt' ov.i.i. " ... ft. II nisix(i or mr. siiiw. MailH tor New Yoil: close at 5 00 a. m. and i 00 Mails for Boston close at fi a. m. nmi (..in p.m. Mails lor Albauv and tho West close at filitia.ni Mailt) for Canada clone at fi i U a.m. Southern and Northern way mall closo nt . oo m. Strangers' Guide. Alllj l. .M. v. A. meets every .iiuim i icuuin at their room-' over Win. .N. hnutn s .-tore, Hill Street. . Champlain Chapter No. 1. It. A. M. meets the ,i...i u'.wliw.uilni' (vin(tnr in i:i f! i mouth, at . ...1,.-.. z ,i. ...... i.i. ...i. "r... yi i-it.tt I'll ill ill nil I. ' ill n ji"i ................ Columbus (.'ouiiell .no. i, ii. .v. n. .u. ini-um mv . . , ., i ..i :.. wt,itl, ,i .cir hall in Wliei lers Block. rmiiliHn Liulue No. -1. F. A A. M.. meets the . i.. i , i, ,.,.,ii. t tin.h- si n ruiu":m.i i-.v-iiiMs m -... v. ,i ... 1., ....1. M.,1.. U. f r.ngleslA i.Oile .mi. oi r. it mm" m .V. ,1 .1 L... ....... in ...1, liinlitll. ill ieu nan in i- ii ii 1 1 1 j.n.i-ii. .........j...... . !.. 1 ll ;.. 1 ..I.... lit. ...J. M.iiit kI i.r.i Crvbtal Fountain, Temple ol Honor .mi. i meets . M, i ... 1 1...;.. i r.. ii in li ii'iti.w loci;, Lak- Street. ..'... , . x.. .1.1 T ! ! Ml ...nnlu Ol. niu.uipii.uiih. "- - ..I .1. ... If.ill ,,i 11 il'lli. M . 1 .1... ...., i IttHinir Kim I.o go Nc. 8 I. 0. ol'G. T. meets i I l-l All. ...in l'.. St. John the Baptist Benevolent Society (Ca . . .i... .i.... 1 i.:...i w..,ii,..,i.,i ...I .1. ... 1...II ........ I II untingloii's Store. To Ailvi i liKi is. The eiimontDaii.v I isaxs- .hit lidu tin. liirf'i.ut I'i ll'll 1 1 1 illll ill St. Alb, in." 111 ill r l aiiiiiiu ..uuiiii , in .iiij ii.iii.. I'm-., on that account, if no other, the best medium .. .i. .... i 11..,. 1.1...,. ......,. .1..II.. M.,.1 Local Items. JL5a?"Interesting matter, original or se- i.l ...... ! 1,C.,,,,1 ,m. llw, Our. Daily. Those wishing lo secure . .1 nt ovvxiidi 7k nnd in lor'fi hooicstorcs. as .11 t i 1 L i 1 ii :i4 iii rill i ii:im. iiiiii hi mi: wiiiv.. oi nt inner n ann STATE Or VEliMOXT. JOHN B. PAGE, COVKHNOIt. A l'i'ocla)n(thni. It becomes us as a people to acknow- diro nnr donoiidoiico liiioii Divine Pro Ktence, aim 10 reinrn inanus lor uie r,- i I ) - - -- -- lanv tilcssiiiKS which have crowned u vciir. The custom is hallowed liv ic usaue oi manv trencraiions. i tio lercfore appoint THURSDAY, THE HIT T .i A.' 111' lI VI II I l ' ll.' r 1,MI V I'j 1 1 -il -V 111 IJ' 1 UP V I'j . I - )lJlti lliOl.il lilt IU -J Kt KliZKJl tu tiy 111 It 1 1 nrfimi I I t nlMl't'ml I tit I HA eonle of this State as a day ol Tl AVI.'UniVTVf! A"V"n UlATwli' M il 11.1., iVlV". 1 J . . V . . . J. . 1 . I . . 11 i LMIG11TY GOD. Let us on that day enter into His ate with thanksgiving, and into His onrts with praise, for surely goodness nd mercy hath followed us, bestowing pon us an ahunuant measure ot health, ranting us plentuui harvest as the re llkll 111 llli; JUUU.,1 l lllll 11 ll3U.lll lllj l.l 11 . ni.,l ..I 111, i Ifilmit, r1 li,i liiiul.ti.iil.il..,. nd continuing unto us the inestimable lcs-i! j'sol civil and religious liueity. Most of all, should wo es-cr render esh Thanksgiving!), for the gift of race and the hope of llcavtn, lcvealed nto us through our Lord Jesus Christ ljct us not torget "the latherless and ic widow," that they may "eat and be .iricuriil f.'int. Ihn 1 .iivl tn furl iiifi. less thee in all the work cf thine hands Inch thou docst." liven under my hand and the seal of the btatc, in the Executive Chamber, at Montnolier. this seal. third day of November, in the year 01 our L.oru one thous and eight hundre.l and sixty eight, and of the Indej end of tlio TTnito.' &tntf" t lu niin ty-third. JOIINB. PAGE By the Governor : S.E RURN1TAM. r 1 : . : 1 .1 a f : 1 : ' 1 rr v - IIav for sale See advertisement in nnthnr rnliimn. CUSTOMS. Tho amount ofgold receiv .1 f J Jl. i 1 ft . ui WUHVg tlW tllV ill HOW f KJ I Vlbans, during the month of October vno ftlTi.Tfin Not Mi'itDEULD. The report tha. Jl vnirrht I'ministcr. wlin nii-Wvwl in Vlbans from Bakersficld, on tho sta?c, n tho fOtli ult., has been murdere... Is iremature. 0 l .. ... .vi It is thought that Mr. Bannister lu.- Ollf! Ill HroMi Tlnv AVIonnnclii A i.nn. lemau filiswerlllir his dosmdnf Inn iiiu. dlflSfll II llolmt. IIP Tv A milnlnn 41. . - -L-L , icket aircnt at the Donot. durliKr ti.if riiursilay afternoon for Green liav. J 1 - f'H Till! 1111111 fl linVMlff VfMtit W'itlx him . Ci i XI... 1. , Montrcfil tinin, but thoro learned hU - mlstnko, and nt Pwanton ho loft the train nml walked with h'.m to the vil lage. The gentleman would (alto the next train for House's Point and West. nisgcntlcman Informed Mr. Dealt that ho lived in llnkersficld and had left home on thai day, mid was going West. Mr. llannlstor hns frlem.s living in the vicinity of Green Bay. The suppo sition is that Mr. 15. was laboring under a temporary tit of insanity. Arvoss (lie Lake. Clinton Cotintv elects the whole Re publican ticket by majorities ranging from 200 to r00. The majority for Grant nnd Griswold is about 500. The TJemo-erat:-) carry n.Utsburgh l-y a majority of lo for Seymour and 7 for Hoffman. The Republicans carry Essex County by about 1,100 majority. Not the least nmonc the Interesting features of the Republican Meetings in Clinton County for a week before elec tion, was the presence of Capt. L.ot Chamberlain, who enlivened the meet ing witli his patriotic sung3,sung in his own peculiar and inimitable style. He came bom:- in good season to deposit his vote for Grant and all the rest or the Re publican ticket, and his presence at our meeting here, at Peru, and other points, has Leen well appreciated. Fo says the Pittsburgh Sentinel. The Ministerial Association of Pitts burgh District will hold its next meet ing in the M. li. Church at Westport, commencing November 10th., and con tinuing three days. On Thursday, Oct. 20th, Mr. William Hinckley of Willsborough, in the cm ploy of Mr. Asa Frisbie, wns so badly hurt on a schooner belonging to Joy lligelow that be died in two days. His age was 31. The following persons have been elect ed and appointed officers of the I. O. G. T., Plattr-burgh for the ensuing year : W C T G N Webb. W V T Mis3 Lottie Hall. W S Geo Tuttle. W F S Ed Roe. W T Miss Bella Totman. W M R R Grant. W I G Miss Hattio Cramer. W O G-C B Totman. AV C Dr A C Butler. W R A S Mrs J II Totman. W L II S Mrs. W Chappel. W D M Mrs. E B Iledding. Lamoille County. The Mo'.-.awl Base Ball Plub of Cambridge and the Now Hampton Club of Fairfax played matoh game of hall 011 the 30th ult., which resulted in .1 victory for the Mo hawks. Score: Mohawks, -11, New Hamptons, 21. The Newsdealer oft ho -1th inst. says : A week ago last Thursday eve, upon re tiring to bed, the Hon. Henry Stowell, of Cambridge, discovered the presence of chloroform in his room. Ho opened the windows and aired the room. The room was again filled and ho got up and opened his windows and sat up till night The same night Mr. Cutting heard .' noise at his door, and got up nnd found two men trying to open the door. They ran away. The Messrs. Warners were ilho alarmed by seeing some persons lurking around their premises. As these men are all money men, the inference is that some robbers are about. Times ire getting bad. While Messrs. C. G. Moulton and E. Gifibrd were at woJc digging a well in Wolcolt, one day last week, a staging was knocked down, upon which weie several heavy stones, &c, and the who'e mass of stones, sledges, drills,and plan' weie precipitated upon them from a dis tance of 15 to 20 feet. Mr. Gifibrd was struck on the head and knocked sense less, and had his head frightfully cut. Mr. Moulton was hit on the hip. Both were severely injured, but not dange rously so. The wonder is that they were not both killed instantly. Tiiu debt of Rutland County, as stat ed by tho Herald, amounts to $210,823- 07. OlUMNATlON- AND INSTALLATION. Air. Cyrus Hamlin, of New York, wac ordained to tho ministry and installed over the Congregational Church at Bel lows Falls" on the 2Dth ult. In tho or- uainingseivicc3,wiiich were introduced by Rev. E. II. Byington, of Windsor, Rev. J, A. Leach, of Keono, N. II., preached the Eernion, Rev. A. Stevens Lyman Abbott, of New York City gave the charge to tho pastor, Rev. P. J. Fairbanks expressed tho fellowship of tho churches, and Rev. L. II. Cobb ad dressed tho people. Board of Education. In executive session, Friday afternoon, tho Senate confirmed the following nominations of the Governor as members ol tho Board of Education for tho year ensuing : First District. Merritt Clark, Poult- ney; George is. Yvebbor, Aliikllobury. Second District. Jonathan Ross. St. Johnsbury; L. F. Ward, NVci'ministor. Third District Matthew II. Buck ham, Burlington ; J. Isham Bliss, St. Albans. Concerning these appolnniento tho Burlingion Times well observes : Gov. Pago has done himself infinite credit by tho appointments of members of the Board of Education. Those from our own congressional district, Prof. Buekham and Rev, J. Isham Bliss, aro Buekham and Rev. J. Isham Bliss, aro especially Utted for the responsiblo du- tio devolving uron the Board. Prof. We bcr of Middlebury College, is one of the llncst scholars in the tnte and will bo a valuable member, w.iile the rc-appolntmcnt of Hon. Merritt Clark, Senator from Rutland County, gives nnlvcival satis. action. We have had reason heretofore to severely eritici:'.e gubernatorial notnlna'ions for iiemh?r or tills important hoard, nut in tue pres ent instance wo can ehee.'I'ully say that they were "eminently lit to bo made." WHAT MAKES YOUR HAIR SO BEAUTIFUL? MRS. S. A. At.i.ii.v's iMPJ.ovi:!) (new stylo) Haiu Rusroittni or Dttns.-dNO, (In o ic bottle.) Price One uoiiar. livery Druggist sens it. OnciAN Music One of the great ob stacles in the encouragement of young would-be org.inists, Is the inaccessibili ty of the largo chinch organs tc any but the organist ol the society, who is cer tainly privileged in having such an in strument at his command. He, even, Ih debaned from practising in the win ter season, owing to (he absence ol warmth in (he edifice on secular days. A celebrated European organist, while recently examining and periormtng up on one of Messrs. S. D. it H. W. Smith's larger sized American Organs, remark ed that ho was fully convinced that lor the practiceofor.au music and dove op ulent of contrasts in registration and blending of stops, thee peculiar instru ments weic the best ho had over met with, which wuld serve to develop the ingenuitv 01 the player, especially the Ktudents, who would, with remarkable case, transfer witli practical advantage his experience thus obtained to the largest pipe organ, and at thesamotimo have the convenience of practising at home. The contrast in the voicing of the stops in McslI's. .J in it IPs Organs is ho marlccd, the shades t.1 cxpretsio.i so deli cate, and the graduations of power so entirely under the control, that an in- deliniio variety in the combination may be obtained. 'J he manipulation and r.- tfponsc are so lice, that not only may the lighter styles 01 organ music be sntis-- lactorily perlorined, but transerivntions horn the popular orchestral overtures may be executed with the llncst cllects, while the small amount of space which tbev occupy in the drawing-room or parlor, commend them 10 all who ate in terested in organ music. cow-J-11. luirosr JUAMCKT. just received, a nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hams, Bologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, To matoes, Pears, Peaches, Water Melons and Musk Melons. dtf-01. Wislar's Uaisani ol wild Cherry, is "a combination and a form indeed," for nealing and curing diseases oi the throat lungs, and c est. It cures a cough by loosening and cleansing the lungs, and allaying iriitation ; thus removing the cause, instead of drying up the cough .uul leaving tlio disease behind. Why f.'tund you thus atnazed V" To see a person o1- your natural beauty witli a head of dry, bristling, unkempt hair Uo purchase abuttle of "Barret t'sVeget alle Hair lie.-toralivo." It will trans forni your hair into beautiful glossy ringlets. Nothing so etLeaciotis has over been oilercd to the public. Lowell Courier. d&w. It is Ptrr.ngo to hoc w'-th what oarles nctn laiv.v invalids attend to their health. They will piocure a a box of Plantation Bitters, which ought to be UKed up in a month or i-ix weeks, and upon inquiry it ix found thatlhoy have used only two or three botlkv. borne days they h-.vo tif-ed it according to the d'irccl ions, and others have not touched it. The whole trial has been ii regular, and of coiuve a less favorable rcbiilt has come from their use. If it lie true that "what is worth doing at all is worth doing well," how emphatically id it true in matter relat ing to the health. A few bottles of Plantation Bitters have often wrought wonders, while in other instances di? ease has onlv been s-uhdued after weeks of resistance. ditw. Magnolia Vati:k. Superior to the host imported (.ierman Cologne, and sold at half the iiricc. Tjil Ajikiucan Cooking Ktovi:. Having been so eminently successful at the New York State Fairs for the past six years' having been brought in com ¬ petition with all tho best stoves in the country, and having each and every year taken the lirst premium, and sonic years two, and having gained a world wide reputation, and a record of which any one may bo justly proud, we would now announce for the consolation of those who have so signally and repeat edly failed in competing with it, and have been so sorely chagrined at their numorous and repeated defeats, that this sto o is not entered at this fair for a pre miuni, as premiums have ceased to hoof any account; but it is entered only for exhibition, that its thousands of friends and admirers may have the opportunity of examining its various improvements. Siiiuit, Packahd, & Co , Albany, N. Y Rochester Democrat, ,S'C2U. 20. For Salo by D. M.Walkcr, St. Albans Vt. 210-3 Reno's Paiu-Killinp- Matric Oil is sold by most of our Druggists nnd Merch ants, nnd is considered one of the best remedies for pain in market, and is so clean ami ueticious to use, tliat it is rain or oi a luxury man a medicine. d&w. ':. i-vglvvvvrJ&v,-ytK-'j-Tv;1', NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Hay for Sale! SUXTY TOXS of HAY f,.r Sale at one.-, for ) Cash. Address, P. II. A- F. W. JIYMHS, J.jcecnlors, House's Point. N. Y. 110(110 -vtew stylo of Fall and Winter Caps Just ic JM ceived at WM. N.SMmi, Co's. Reserve Your Orders." I liavo .1 better ttoel of Fill' IV TREES, VINES OUX, MENTAL TREES, SIMMS, .ft'., (fc, (fa, rpiIAN I have over heforo ofl'ercd, at tfruatly X reduced piices. Hold on to your irdern, and by no doing Save Your Money. F.spccial attention paid lo the Holeetinn of llotinu and Connervatorv I'lanla. G. W. WIIITTOCK, 1 1S-0 Box .'111, Burlington, Vt. LOST. the Welden House and Welden BETWEEN Street, a I.AIIIHS' KITCU TlTIt COM. Alt. i'he finder uill l,e millahh lewaided on lea- ink' it nt thiOniee. Ht. Alhaim, UCtoUer at), lHtiS lll5-r NOTICE. GOOD TEMPLARS CONVENTION. milK St. Alhaim Lodge, No. 32, I.O.O.T,, ex- jl leniiH an earnest, invitation to r Lodges, Temples of Honor, Sons of Temperaiiee. and all other seeret -einpiiriiuco associ itions in the eouutrv, to meet in Templars Hall, St. .Vi lnius, Nov. )3th 1808, at one o'eloeli 1'. M., for the purpose, of or(;alilziii; a County .A i-soeiatiou lor tlio advancement of tlie Temperance Cause. I!ev. H. 1. CiifchiiiR. O. W. S v,ill be preheat, and delixer nn address in the oveniii!,'. M. 11. OLMI3S.TEAI), W. S. St. Albans, Oct. OO, 18G3. 115 C1.VME into the enclosure of tlio Subscriber, on J tho 18th October, lSiiH, One Dark Sorrel Mare, with a white face, one white hind foot, and lins tho heaves ; is about lit! years old. 7'he owner is u-quested to prove property, pay eliai-RCs, and lake her away. MRS. A. C. SKEELir. HigliR.ite, Vt., Nov. 3. 241-3 LOOK!! Have you seen the Nsw Pattern Pa tent Spoons and Forks at Hunting tons. The Prettiest Thing Oul. To Rent. CtO.MMEKCIAL Colic-Re ltooins; possession Riven Sept., 1st. Three liooins easy of access, and ery pleasant situation for Club itooins or ollices. WM.N. SMITH. St. Albans, Aur. 3, 1809. dTUtf LOST. JK nVLF.X Fulton Market, St. Albans, and ) the Fair Ground, or on it, a dark colored morrocco wallet, containing f 151, and a receipt from Severance ,V Co.. lloston, to K. (J. Gallar. 1'hc Under will leceive a reward f $') on returu- iiw: the wallet to K. O. GALLAli. M. Albans IDth Sent.. ISGS. nllltf FOR SALE. T3 LING about to leave town. 1 wish to disnosi XJ ofuiv residence on Northlield St.. which win bo soitl lor a lvasonoljlci sum. For liu-llier particulars eimuire of me. ll.)-d-tf. II. F. WILLIAMS, D1SOLUTION. rntlU COl'AltTNKItSlIIP m tho Insurance JL business heretofore exist insr between Dew ey and Noble, and S. K. Goldsmith, under the firm name of Dewey, Noble .t Co. is this dav dis solved bv mutual consent. DLWRV A- N'OliLF.. S. K.GOLDSMIV'li. St. Albans. Vt., AiiRUHt J, lHfis OS-dAwti THE ELECTION Gi'Miat & Collax "1 KINGS not only a return of ) eace, but a JJ inarkiiit,' down in tlio prices of lirst class llorlitf.iuirat htoel;, ot wlucli tlio suliscnlier will I'iuiukIi, for the .-pi nil' l'lantiiiL' of 1HIKI. Hood tieesand plants at the following Low rices .Standard Apple, Is cliss I to (i Let, per 100 do l'ear, do do do do do extra size, each $1 to $1.50 Dwaif Apple, Int. class, do 7")C do do lieariuji sizu, do it do l'ear do do do Jl to $1.50 do do lfct class do 75c i-iioiTV trees, siaimarn or owan oc I'lnin trees, p.t class Delaware, Concord, Diana, Hartford, l'loiitic, CreneliiiL', Itt-beeca, Allen's llvliiid. and other cood Grapes $10 per do. Adirondack, lona, and lsraella IS per doz linker's llvbrids, Nos. 15, 19, t, a, -111, il VT2 $15 per doz Uoer s ow .-saiem, one year, si.ou no do do two years $;J do New Hybrid Diana, Hambui-j;, twoyeais $5 do Ornnmcntul Trees, Shrubs nnd Vines, JloUfC (f; Ih'ddiny I'lanln, And Jledfe l'hinl IN SHORT, ANY'lIUNO In the above lino furnished a. prices as low as tho uiariiet. auonis. i'leaso address, 1'. O. 15ox 311. GEO. W. WH1TLOCK, Dealer in Fruit Trees, 238-1 Burlington, Vt. I- OVKAMONG'JHLltOSKS. LubiiiV Ihlang JIhUnniost delightful I'ei-finnes at UK1J13N' A- NICHOLS. No. I, La.'o Strcfit 1J ANTS AND VF.STS, for Fall and Winti X lo WJ1. N. BJIIHI, fi CO'H. ritHK liest stock of Clothing in tho Stato just J. VUITUCII ill H .11. O.Hll 11, it U(J , OVFUCOATiS of all kinds at WM.N. SMITH, A-GO'S. - 1 xTmji'irircLOTHlN'G of all kimix eiienn ( Y at WM. N. bmith, I- cS'8. (I New Goods ! New Coods ! ! F.ntire now Stoeli of Dry Goods now open and ready for sale, At STONE & FOSTER'S llcroyou will tliida full linenf DltK.SS 0001)8 Cheap for Cash. Hero you will (hid a full lino of Shawls, Cheap for Cash. Hoi o yon will find a Rood assortment of Cloalt iliRs in all colors, Cheap for Cash. Here you will tind a full lino o! Dulainsand Prints, Cheap for Cash. Here you will Hud a full li'ie of White Ooods, (.heap lor Cash. Hero you will find a Rood assortment of Clothes and OihiirjjH, Ac, Cheap for Cash. Hero you will find a for the Ladies, unpleto lino of Hosiery Cheap for Cash. Here von will find a Iiuro assortment of La die' and Oenls Kid Gloves, Cheap for Caah. And hero will bo found Miss Morev to show you a lai-Re assortment of Ladles' Goods, of styles too nunieious to mention. In lact, wo haviiiR adopted the CASH SYSTEM, believe wo can oiler inducements to our oust outers that no concern doniR a credit business, will or can af ford. To satisfy yourselves, call and oNainine quality and prices. .i. r. sro.si;. llWtf GEO. 1' FOX I'EH. I)i toher 9, 18C..H. New Goods, New Goods, At the New hook, Stationery and Variety Store I.N MONITOR BX.OCE, IiAKE STIIEBT, UlSClll.l.ASEOVS, SCHOOL A XI) TO' HOOKS; ALL KIXDS OF EXVhl.Ol'ES. 'APint, I! LA Mi HOOKS, AXJ) STATIOXE11Y, PllOTOGltAPUS, P lUTUUES, 'ieture Frames, Threads, Needles, a lai-Re va iety i f Fancy Goods. nkee Notions. Ac. .t o. Also, all styles of Willow Baskets, Large and small. I hose additions to tlio stock previously on band iiiables- the subscriber to offer for sale as lai-Re a variety of Roods as can be lonnd elsewhere in Franklin Couutv. The nlin' dock is new, has been boiiRht cheap foi i'Hi, .nany articles at a lai-Re discount trom tor- mer prices, ami will lie soul at a small advance. Thankful tor the liberal patromiRo bestowed thus far, a continuation is desired. ar-Mi C. 11. llAKEIt. G. B. SMITH, Itetail Dealer in. HATS, CAPS, & FURS, IlufValo and Fancy Sleij'h ltobes, Fur Overcoats Ladies' Dress Furs, Fur and Duck Gloves Mittens, Umbrellas, Ac , c. Also iv tent lor Giowr ai l Ilaker's Hcwiul' Machine, ill on it or )3(icl;, Lake St. Akoans, VI. AID FOK SHIPPING GILDKItT 1J CASH 107-f FURS. SMITH. ? CROCKERY ! I have just received a laruu lot of lirst and second duality of Stone and China Ware, com priuiug two New and Elegant Patterns called ''(Jen. Grant" Patterns. Also a largo stock ol Cutlery, Glass and Stono are, which I offer for sale cheap, i'leaso call and see notoro purclias mg elsewhere. At the old Farrar Dlock, one door north oi George II. Farrar's. 1 11. HlYl.NMSU. St. Albans, Oct 21th. 1HU0. l.Mi-ti T)Ot.AXI)'S OIMVMKXT. This is tho beat article yet put before tno puiiuc ior all kinds of Sores and Eruptions of t li e Skm, as Saltlthcuin Old Sores, Drokcu lireasts, .Stings of In sects, Vegetable roif-o.iings, Ac. Fully upholding Dr, Poland's reputation as an originator of valuable remedies It is tlio GREAT PANACEA! For burns, sca'ds, frost bitten parts, chanped iiis and nanus, cracus m tne icet, iwitn winci old people are troubled,) (styes upon tho eye lids, and in laci everything 10 wiucu a saivo applicable. I'rice, 2i cents. Manufactured un del- tho biipei vision of tlio originator, DR. J. W. POLAND, And for sale bv all Wholesale and Itetail Drug gists, ami at Country Stores. Geo. C. Goodwin iv, Co., and ltust Pros., & Dird, Uoston, General Agents. C. K. POLAND, Proprietor. Also, Agent for Medicines manu factured by Dr. J, W. Poland, viz: Cedar Plat ter, Dian hica Elmo, Indian Pile lloincdy, Ca tliartic 1'iiis, ic. las-ivcow. T Ftl I-rocks ot all kinds and colors at WM.N. SMITH, & CO'S. clothing; CLOTHING, CLOTHINO CLOTHING 1 Tho largest Stock of Clothing, Hats and Cam and Furnishing Goods over uttered for sale in Vermont, is now opened at WM. N. SMITH, k CO'S, 1 LOVES of all kinds just received VX at W.U. N. SMITH it CO S. AUCTION. AJOTICF, is hereby given that tho Congrega y tional Church at Swanton Centre will be sold at l'ublio Auction, on Saturday, tho 7th dav of November next, at i o'clock p. in., nt said house, c. ii. iiULLnn i It. S. CUSHMAN, Committee M.U. HKlililS, J Swanton, Oct. 21th. 210.3 BOYS and Youtl'V.CIothing ofall kinds, lust re ceivvd ftt WM. N. SMITH, & (JO'S, BY TELEGRAPH Forthv Vvrtiwnt IVanwipt, LATEST NEWS! Tlio Election in the West, Negro Suffrage in Iowa and Wisconsin. From Havana. Xashvilli:, 7th. B. U. Butler, Horace Maynard, W.B. Stokes, W. F. Profscr, and J. R. Ilaw kine arc the representatives elect to Congress from Tennessee. A despatcu fioni Shelby ville says that Sheafo Democrat is elected in the 4th district by several hundred n ajorlty. The Republicans await the ofllcial re turns to determine the result. Memphis district is still in doubt. New Oklkans, 7th. Only about 100 of tho 18,000 iicriocs registered In this city voted at the elec tion on Tuesday, and tho proportion in at least.half the parishes was the same. Gen. Rousseau's corps is inimical to the Congressional and Republican plan of reconstruction. The election was a farce, and will be contested. Madison, Wis., 7th. Fuller returns show that "Wisconsin gives from 20,000 to 12.1,000 Republican majority. Dlsmoinls, Iowa, 0th. Up to this hour returns Lave been re ceived from 47 counties, which give Grant 33,0211 majority, a gain of 15,037 in the same counties. Negro suliVagc has been carried by 25,- 503 niaj. The 50 counties yet unreported will swell the State majority to 30,000 and negro suffrage to 30,000. New Yokk, 7th. A Havana special says, the excite ment here lias been materially allayed since the last news from Spain. According to tho rcvolutioraryauthor- ities, the entire jurisdiction ot Puerto Principe lias risen against the Govern ment. They claim that the rebels hold Santa Cruz, and that they arc hrmly es tablished at Bayouna, whore their Gov ernment have set up a press to issue rev olutionary publications. Tho slaves have been armed and light desperately. Gold, 134J. Goldsmith & Seavey, (JENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, GADCOMB'S BUILDING, NORTH MAIN St., ST. ALBANS, Vt. Life, Fire, Inland and Accidental Insurance effected in Reliable Comjmnics. Losses equitably adjusted and Prompt- Paid lOld&wtf A. T HOUGHTOK'S 0?STER HOUSE. Every Morning, jSToi walk Oysters T7" EG, QUAHT OH GALLON, Lake StKot, 8t XV Albans. uct. I 1808. I23dA wlm. St. Albans Dining Rooms, LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS, DOWNING & STEERE PROPRIETORS : "XTTAIUI MEALS or Lunches atrvcuC at Jail VV hours, in tlio best style. ' .. , ' Fresh Baltimore Oysters. Received daily and supplied to tho Trade at wholesalo prices. nlUG d.twtf FOlt SI'itINQ STYLE OF SILK HATS, call at WM . SMITH IMPORTANT THEIR TO SOLDIERS AND WIDOWS. rnilOSK IXTEIIKSTKIJ AUK IIEKKUY 1 untitled tl"it I am agent to transact all busi ness pertaining lo pensions, bounties and back pay. Claims of tho above nature can bo pre sented, and their ullowauecs obtained, by nnnyl ingto WM. BRIDGES. St. Albans, May 10th. 1800. GRAHAM FLOUR. A Superior article of Graham Flour, for sale at the stoto of BAItNES A CltOWLEY, (133-tf Lal;o Street. NOTICE. Mr V. L. Goodspecd's Now Houso at Missi- quoi Spiings, is now ready for tho reception ot boarders. d35-tf 1 Olo WM. NTSMITH, & CO'8 for good Cloth VX ingchoap.