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VERMONT DAILY TOANSOR IP'J TSTO VEiYEBJSR 2Q, 1S68.
ormont Daily Transcript, ST. ALBANS, VT. Friday, November 20, lsos. cut in procuring thorn. A visit to this ! flock will well r .'pay any one interest ed in breeding sheep. Montpelier Journal. Travelers' Guide. ARRIVAL or r-AsSF.NOT.n TllAINS. om the Hmilh and East, 6,43 a. in., 10,li() a.m - ... ... U liH i n lit 111.. 0,V I' nt n ' IIImI ami Vfnt. K.fill a. III.. 11. rum iiiMinu o a witiv i - a.m.. 745 p. m. DKI'AttTUUE OF PAHHKXOr.lt THUNH. 'or the South nml East, 020. 8 45 a. mM 12 00 w "V .. .. .'if. ... ii no 00 1 r .... i I i in n m f! 'X tl 111. DAILY A It HI V AL OF BTA0F.H AT HT. ALBANS. a...lu1.t.l m1 Vi-ntifelitl. 7 00 t) . 111. rum nnuiiomuh" . - - , - cii.i.i.. innn m ruin ruumuiit vu 4. . u... ...... I timcu vuitM mi'. Ll.ltANrt. I.V UKl'AU 1 Ulll. UK Oi.UMj.i " - V.n..1.l!.i n.wl awnnialtlirMl. 7 HO II. Ml. ui niiciuwiu 't i. ti-1 i nn in irou null ii I tin- Hnvi-r.il hotels ill town. Stage m of dm Trrmotit House. ciisisa or nir. mails. . .. ... i. i i r. nn n ... i.n.l 7 in "V i ... .. .11 ...l .1... IViut itl.u.i i. ( A fill n . til it.. .... V..i.Hinri. war timll rlllm- ut III. MM Strangers' Guide. i MIE Y. M. C A. meets every Monday evening at their rooms over win. iN. oinim Knne, ' st:,;!- . , . . .. . ,r .1... :iininniiun r iiaiiiur u. i. iv. v. .n. inrtm Hfl., .. .,'u 1.1. .,.1 Aloili Sill.t !.. tM...lkt.u llliw.L- 4 1t...1...,u.1..t- ofi.uitKr In ii'lfOl immtll lit tlicil' 11 it. T'liimi Htnrlc. Mam Street. ...il. .l..nr..1 ... nlM.tulitf 111 fiOftll Itlftlllll III 'M'Utn hnilllT.IIII. IIMIIIIIUUI I1IJ11UI 4U. -V r 11 1 ureunt v-iuuni, m 1 t i. in l ti 1.. (Vdt nw1 lliit-.l Vfw1tm4ll!1 Illllllf LlIIl H LUll'. The Lv(lslatitvv, . -li- -.1 .1.1.-. iimMilim Itm Sminli'i AIIJUU1 IILM1 nun iiiuiiiiiiBi V......V. a few minutes after 3 o'e'.ocK aim tne House at twenty mlnutea past four o'e'.och. The hill extending tlic iscn- nlnKton and Rutland Hall road to West Rutland passed the Senate, we under stand, as Iteamo from the House, all proposed amendments being voteii down. This hill took up mueh time in the House and the discussion which it called forth tended to show that it ought to become a 'aw as it has. We shall publish the final proceedings ol the Legislature to-morrow, and the laws designed for publication by the Secretary of State. Tin: Ukiit in FitAN'KiiiN (Jo. The following is astntcmentof the indebted ness of the towns in Franklin County, reported to the State Treasurer, on the 3d day of March last : Due to the Trustees of the L . S. Surplus Fund, $'X,H:7 01 Other debts. 10,r,4o 01 Total debt B Nearly two feet of snow fell in Quebec on the ISth inst. ASCTTNEY H0Ti:i. COMPANY. A hill has passed both branches of the Legisla ture granting a charter for the Acut noy Hotel Company" at Windsor. The company will have a solid basis of from $30,000 to $51,000. Mo.NTJtuAL. The News of Thursday says: Winter Is upon us In right earn est. Tho cold weather of the last few days was followed this morning by a heavy fall of snow, and it is coming down at a merry rate. The City Paes ctmer Railway Company have put their sleighs on the track, wheeled vehicles) generally are dheaided, and the merry sound of tho sleigh bells through every street. On Monday liift, Mr. B. Devlin mid Mr. Wright of Montreal were admitted to practice in Courts of Law in Ontario. (.Jen. O'Connor ('ouniiunder of the Forces in Jamaica, parsed through this city on Wednesday, on his way to Que bec, where he will In the guest of Chief Justice Meredith. Dr.rinir the insurrec tion in Jamaica Gen. O'Connor acted j with courage and deckion. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THANKSGIVING BALL.' vr nil. Junction House, Essex Junction, LOOK!! I Have you socntho Nsw Pattorn Pint od Spoons and Forks at Huntinrj tons. The Prettiest Thing Out. Xnvnnh-r Jii. IKC.S. limri'ilaii I'tnion, i). r. vr.M.. rioiiiirtoi. ' ie?ound j Mrmr l'nli', HolmltcrK nml Klnle iiunii, unison, prompter. ti(M(-j7 hill, $:u.o. til tf. I'nll 0 APPLES, $4.00. NK HUXDHHI) llAUHKLS Olll'.HXlNti UAl.DWIXS H, ft.tli) por barrel, nl W2.U-2M II. b. SAMSON A CO. Goldsmith & Seavey, :(JK.K!tAL INSimAM'E AfiKNTS, GADCOMB'S BUILDING, A'O.' 77 Jvl.V St., ST. ALJUA'S, Vt. I.ifr, Fire, Inland anil Accidental Insurance effected in Reliable Conijianirx. , iOM etjtiitablj at(junted and Prompt- BY TELEGRAPH '(K tlif VfrimiHt TidtiKTijil, LATEST NEWS! To Ail vt ri lit Tho eiimont Daily ikans- ipt lm lu largest circulation in St. Alban i i.. l.l:.. rn..... 1.ifK tinnfli- ntwl II 111 I'litllKllIl LUlllll I Ul MtT on that account, if no other, the best medium r advurtiHini!. Catholic Chuhch. The Rutland Independent says: Owing to the rap idly increasing number of Cat lolics in Rutland, it has been found necessary to divide the congregation. The Irish Catholics are building a new church for themselves on Mechanics Street, and a lot has be3ii secured between Centre and East Rutland, upon which theerec tion of a new church will bo commenced next spring, for the use of the French Canadians. How Not to Ho It. Tho following, which we find in the Arrux, is us appli cable to St. Albans as Montpelier: If you wish to keep a town from thriving, don't put up any more build ings than you can conveniently occupy yourselves. Tf you should accidentally have an empty dwelling, and any one wants to lent it, ask him about t ree times the actual value of it. Demand a Shylock price for every sp)t of ground Goil has given you stewardship over. Turn u cold shoulder to every mechanic or businessman seeking a home among you. Look at every new comer with a scowl. Run down the work of every new workman. Uo abroad lor wares rather than trade with those who do business in your midst. Fall to adver tise, or in any other way sunnc r. yoi r papers, so. hat people abroad may not Know wnetner any nusiness is going on in your town or not. wrap your selves up in a coat of impervious selfLh- ness. 1 here is no more ellectual way to retard the growth of a town than ac tions hue those inumcritcd. Aiontpe- liei has several citizens whom these tilings will fit. We trjst they will put them on, see tlumsclvcs as others fee them, and then leforin. T Local Items. History of Georgia. Mr. Orville S. BMss has been engaged for some time on the history of Georgia for tho Ver mont Historical Gazetteer. Ouh Daily. Those wishing to secure t . . .Inllv. wnt-inl. 11 tin (in !l 1 prritipid's ana liaKers oooiisiores, us f ... .. . 41. , w. oil at (Loan nlnpiia New Dress. The Hyde Tark News dealer gives notice that it will put on a "bran new dress" next week. Success to the Newsdealer, Brother Sawyer. Wh notice in the Post Ofiice. a line Tnrernvtmr nf Tlniliol AVolwtlr 1 t 1 . 1 . ,vn...M.lnl I ll A.lLjl. 1 tl . T-i -VT.. 1 1,. AT.. T. IT iolT. Volxey Willi-: y, of Waterville, is authorized agent for Beeman's Univej- sal Potatce Baker for Lamoille, Caledo nia and Orleans Counties. Gen. Dyeu, Chief ot Ordnance, in his annual report, just submitted, ad vises the sale of the United Slates arsen al at Vergennes. Fatal Accililnt at Camiiiuicie. We learn from the Newsdealer that on Sunday, the 8th inst., three little boys of Hartson Perry, of Cambridge, went out to dig for a trap which they had set for a skunk. The ground caved in, burying the oldest hoy 1.1 years of age and n doer. Before the boy could be extricated, life was extinct. The doj which was further in the ground at the time of the cave, was found alive. Alk.vandeu Fisher, of Fairfield, has sold the hull calf Ottawa, and the heifer Lily thorough-bred Ayrshires to Lyman Hunt, of North Fairfax. Leyislatnre of Vermont 1SGS. Thursday, Nov. 10. SENATE. Mr. Canllckl called un II. 0, (Bomiing- ton anil Rutland Railroad extension to West Rutland.) rcmailcinc that it was a bill which had been before the Legis lature nearly tne whole session and was one of importance. Considerable discussion was had. hut without coming to a vote on the bill the Senate adjourned. HOUSE. From Committee on ways and means, in favor of it. iSS, relating to the Nor mal schools of the State, with amend ments. annronrialinjrfciriOO $300 to each school which wereagreed to. Tne nassace of the bill was then fa vored by Mr. Mead, of Randolph, Mr. . a . f n . . . i i ii., ii r 17 ,. : .. l iouiui, oi .LUiuaini, .ui. uuiiii, ui r un tax, Air. liriLham, oi nyuepaiK, aw. Hall, of Groton. Mr. Converge, of Wood stock, Mr. Crislie, of Johnson; opposed by Mr. Whea on, of Pawlet; Third reading ordered. Air. Ilibbard, ot Concord, moved that the rule renuirincr the engrossment of DIS0LUTI0N. MV, I'Oi'AliTNKllSlIIl' in the liixmam-e liiiMines.- lieretnlniv exixtini: between I lew- ey mill .NOlile, mill S. K. (iilUltilllllll, UIKHT Mir firm nam" of J)rvey,Nolle .V On. is thi ihiy ilix. i fi.ihed l)V mutual e'onent. DUWKV A N015LI-. S.K.OOi.DSMiril. I St. AlliaiiM. Vt.. Auiuist 1, ISOS nsiUwtr . : I !arm lor Sale SITUATKD in the east part nf Sheldon, on a brunch of tho Mismaquoi River, well known i us the .loel Whitnuy farm, containing 30(1 ucii-h. I from fit) to T.'i acres interval land. The. farm in eapahlo of heepnif; .10 cows, fi'l shrp)), a team .Ve. ' Wood and timher land enough lor the farm. A i (iood Kuar orchard of 1000 trees, sugar tools I ,V Two good dwelling hoilnes nituated oppo site, one hriek and one wood. A dairj-lioiiHe and apparatus for the manufacture of butter and cheese. Oood running water at both hou--1 e.x, dairy-huuse and barn. Tins' farm i. about 5 or 0 uiiles Irom tho celohr-ited Kpt-hiK". For further particulai'3 ennuiro of the owner on the , premiseL WILLIAM DLISS. Kast Sheldon, Aug. 18. ISPS. 'JilOwtf Good Dairy Farm FOR SALE IN MOltltlSTOWN, within one haif mile of Morristowu village. I Farm contains nlxfltt oighly-tivn acres of good I land, sixty acres eU-.n-ed, and the remaii der j wood-laliii. ! Four hundred Sugar or Maple tivr s, with Sap ' Tubs and Sugar Utensil'. Ayonng Apple Orchard of about 1 .10 In-is, mostly in bearing. House 30x -10, in good lepair, with good cel i lar. Darn 3'2 x ill, with cellar under tho whole 1 and in good repair. Running water at house anil li.im. and pastilles well watered, i Forty tons ot hay cut Iroin twentj aeie.-. will i In-sold Willi the farm it desiied. Si'cn Cov.h, .lye.iilitig belters, Hi sheep, and a .-pan of good work Iioi-m'.-. will bo sold with the place if iU sired, and all tanning tooK Ul lo lie sold vei v cheap lor cash. W. II. VOWKliS. MniTibtouu, Aug. 1.1, lSii. 2.10ivtt. lOldovwtf Paid To Rent. lO.MMKltt.'lAI, V. ghen Sept., access, and veiy HiinniH or oilicex." College Itonins; possession lt. Three Itooins easy ol pleasant situation for L'luh St. Albans, Aug. ,M, ISOS. WM.X. SMITH. (170 tt 4f From Havana. "Fhirolbxienb Citizen , ot LOST. HF.TWHKN Fulton Market, St. Albans, mid the r.iir Oronnd, or on it, a dark colored iiiiirrucco wallet, containing $151, and a receipt fr.iin SeM-rance ,V Co.. ISostiMi, to '. C. Oallar. Tb tinder will receive a reward ( f J,10 on return ing the wallet lo K. P. (JALLAlt. .'-t. Allians IOMl Setit . ISOS. Ill lit t FOR SALE. :1N(I about to leave town, I wish to disnoae niv rcsiih ncp on Xortlillehl St.. which will be sold for a ivasoneblc sum. For Inrther particulars enquire ot me. H-1-d-tf. 11. F, WILLIAMS. IJHlXt I.) ofi HOUGHTois'S OUSTER HOUSE, Every Morning, BALTIMORE OYSTIRS KF.lt. QUART OR OVLLO.N, Lako Stiet, St Albaiw. i i sos. Oct. I2.1d wlm. St, Albans Dining Rooms, LAKE ST.:ST. ALBANS, DOWNING & STEERE PROPRIETORS I "1LOT1IINO, CLOTHING, CLOTHING, V' CLUTHINU! The birgest Slock of Clothing, Hats and Caps and Furnishing Goods ever offered for salo in 1 Vermont, is now opened at WM. N. SMITH, CO'S, VV ARM MEALS or Lunches served at tail Yt hours, in the best style. Fresh Baltimore Oysters. NOTICE Received daily and supplied I'who.i.saln prices. to the Trado nlUO d.twtf ut ( LYMK into tho enclosure of the Subscnber, on : the tsth October, tecs, ' General One Dark Sorrel Mare, with a white face, one white hind loot, and ha the heaves; is about 20 years old. 'lie owner is lequested to prove property, pay charges, and take her away. MRS. A. C. SKEELS. llighgate, Vt., Nov.n. 2U-:: S. VIBNNOT & CO., Newspaper Advertising Agents, I'.V.i A'as-,aiJ Strce. .Sew Vrorlt. NOTICE. IVJ FAIIMUIS AND OTHERS. -i he nubserib- A Fresh Stock. A long advertise- lent of Mr. Charles Wyman awaits ublication in the Transcript. Sulllee to say, that he has recently received large addition to his stock of watches, II...... ..t,xn ,-ilnfnfl rrnnrlc! fill, if. mitlorv. lll. I ic. Mr. Wyman has been in the same msiness in i. .ioans ior iwuiuy-iuii; ears and has won an excellent rcpu ta lon in this community for honorable aid lair oeaung. Funeral ok Gen. Nason. The J u icral of Gen. Naton took place this af- ornoon. The Masonic fraternity, of . . 1. J . 1 Jnnnnnnil linn Intir Lnnll n nent member, proceeded in a body to he house at half pas1 one o'eloak, head d bv the St. Albans Brigade Band, , .....! . 1. r l . 1 mil I'Ki-iirit1!! liiu iiiiit;j2i' i-ui ii-m- in iiii.- ,-. . i ! 1 r 1. UOIIUICgllllUIUtl VIMIIUM. Opening prayer was said by Rev. H. ri rfi.ro-a ivlm ilnlivorofl n vprvmmroiirin- co address. The clising prayer was made by Rev. ti. K. uoui), cnapiain oi ranklin Lodge, No. 4. After which ;he procession reformed and proceeded ' " l JjIJUlUP) 1 Ahumv iiiin irniuani of the services were canductcd by AN . t ofllec nt Wilmington 'and Wells P. m., ransiwvis in u vurj iiupicMnf jouos has been appointed in his stead. manner, rue services over ai me grave 11... . 1 il. The Waterrury House. Mes-a-s. Bruce and Ladd have leased the Water- bury House, and arc running it. bills lie suspended for the remainder of r tne i session ; agreed lo. I onh r, the Woolen Mill at Swanton Falls, for- Froni select Committee on tne lorma- .riv known as I'latt's Facton, are now inn tioil of a new county, bv a bill Without . oared to manufacture Cloths or Vain for ens the expression of an opinion therecn. The bill appoints T. K Wales, of Bur lington, E. N. Briggs, of Brandon, and L. A. Dunn, of Fairfax, coinmissn. ners, to hear and consider the application of tho petitioners, and repoit to the next Legislature. The third reading was re fused, after being favored by Mr. (ho ver, of "vt ells, Mr. Wont worth, of Ches ter, Mr. Procor, of Rutland; opovs"d by ir. YVeooer, oi uocnesier, Air. con verse, ol woodstocK, Air. niniciey, oi Chelsea, Mr. Plimpton, of Newfane, Mr. Tlt.-tlm,. nrUTaimhiali. l-iniiui, KIl II VObllllliriCli s.jne for wool. A lib ohcited, and satisfne tomeis. or exchange tin eral share ot )atrouage 1 1 1 ! i guarauti-eii. N. 1!. OUlce in u.iiith end of Factory, whero may be found the books and accounts of t lie lato firm of l'iatt iV lliuklev. Jl'.Mf .MhlGS A IUNKLEY. Tin: Bennington Fire. The Mot nt Anthony Hotel, recently burned at Bdi nington, with the furniture, cost in the vicinity of $30,000, on which there was an insurance of $2G,800 from which amount must be deducted $1,000 on the barn, and S1,000 onfurnituro not burnt. the fraternity escorted the procession i. j ii. i .1 , r n, i.n.,in.i iieeensoa. Oub venerable cotemporary, the St. Albans Mefsengcr, says in the weekly issue of the 20th inst; "We have re icmtly reduced the price (of the weekly) from, $2,50 to $2,00, to all subscribers in the State" The price of the Than Can it be possible that over Fve Mil lion Bottles of Plantation Bitters have been sold during the past year? It is almost incredible, nevertheless it is ab solutely true, and is tho most convinc ing proof of their wonderiul medicinal and health-restoring qualities, luvery family should be supplied with these Bitters, at whatever cost or trouble it may bo to obtain tnem. isc carenu that you get tne genuine, anu tnai you .ire not imposed upon by a spurious irticle, Magnolia Water. Superior to the b'-)t imported German Cologne, and iold at half tho iirico. Fulton Market. Just received, a nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hams, Bologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, To matoes, Pears,. Peaches, Water Molonf j ml Musk Melons. dtf-91. i'l J V.NTED.- An Agent to inaKe a thorough V canvass of Franklin Comity in behalf o! that old and reliable Life Insurance Company, The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford Conn. Liberal terms to an active, energetic man. Addles-. N. G. AXTKLL, Peru, Clinton Co., N. . General Agent for NorthcrnXew York and Ver mont. 207-tf (ESTABLISHED IIT 1062.) WT. lu g to call the attention of mlvertiseis to il our iigencv. Our faculties with all the fust 'as dailv papers in tho country are second to none, anil we are lunv prepared lo. oner terms mil conditions which cannot tail to give stipe nor inducements. We i.lso send advertisements to all Cuban and South American papers, with whom we have ex tensive conli acts. i are tlieoiuv iionsedoin Spuui-li Advertising Iliisiiii-is. We can. bv simcial nerinission, lefer to Mr. H. T. Ilehnbuld, Druggist, .101 llroadwuy, New York. McsM s. S. R.Vandiii'cr A Co., 108 Greenwich St., New York. Mi-sm-s. Hull A" Rucke, 21S Greenwioh Street, New York. Mi ssis. (I. Rruce's Son A Co., T pc-Foundcrs, RI Chameis St. .Messrs. l'halon A Son, Now York. ' l'helan V Collendcr, Now oik. " Tarrant .V Co., x " Chickering A; Son, " Railway .V Co., ' 1!10 oodllin Farm for Salo. rilllL siibsc. iber oilers for silo his farm lying X in West ford, in the County of Chittene'eii, containing two hundred and twenty-live acies. buildings all new. Location on a good roaci one mile bom the village : near school and church, well fenced running w ater to the house and barns-an abundance ol fruit. Two good sugar orchards ; all tho Farming, Dairy and Suirar tools. Also, with or without Mock on the farm. The above farm will keen forty cows and team through the year. For further particulars impure ot the srbscriljcr on the premises. West find, .biiu 22d ISfi't 22,!wtl. Gov. Hall's History. Ex-Gover nor Hall's history of the State is pub lished and ready for delivery. It is dec icatcd to the Vermont Historical Socie ty, of which Governor Hall was for six .V 1 1 til 1- - 1 .1 som-T (weekly) & $2,0, per.mnim , W""" X, e ,, , advance to all subscribers, in or out o the State. Lebanon Springs Raieroad. The first regular train over the Lebanon ! Springs Railroad, left Bennington for the Springs ot Wednesday morning last. It was a construction train, and will. until the road is opened ior business, run regularly. Sheep. Wc had the pleasure, yester day, of examining a lot of eleven Cots wold Sheep, which had been purchased by Mr. A. D. Arms, of Montpelier Cen ter, from the flock of an eminent sheep breeder In Connecticut. It is evident that theCotswold is the coming breed of sheep, and much praise indue to Mr. Arm?, for tho enterprise he has exhibit- historical literature. It treats of the discovery, exploration and settlement of Vermont, of the controversy with New York about the Now Ilamp shire Grants: of tho services rendered by the Green Mountain Boys during the Revolutionary war ; of the obstacle j met and overcome In organizing a State government, and in establishing and maintaining its independence. The biographical sketches In the appendix are of great Interest and value, and the Havo you a Cough, Cold pain in the Chest, or Bronchitis? In fact, have you the premonitory symptoms of the "insatiate archer,"- Consumption? If so, know that relief Is witnin your reach in the shape of Dr. Wlstar's Bal sam of Wild -wherry, which'in many cases whore hope hnd lied, has snatched the victim from tho yawning grave. w. Renne's Pain-Killkig Magic Oil cures headache, and all Kinds ol pain. Every family should keep it in the house, to use for sudden sickness, like colic, cholera morbus, pleurisy, cramps, lits, &c. "it worKsiluoa eiiann." cold by druggists, merchants and grocers. d&w. TO AUKSVSl, 150 bbls. Vermont Apples, TF taken from Car 1 made., a libnal discount will be dfi-150 SHATl'UCK A STItANAHAN. AUCTION SALE OF t " 'Tis the penalty of nature that all must lade and wither." Tho first in- Valuable Household Furniture milE HOUSEHOLD FURNITbRE or Mr. E JL F. Perkins will be sold nt rublic Auction on the 2fst of November, 1808, at his resilience, on Bank Street, in St. Albans on which occasion a rare op wrtunity will be of fered to those desiring to purchase goods of the nhovo Ocbcriptiou. The nesiden'ce Surrender of Government Troops, N. C. ELECTION. Queenstowx, 20th. The .steamship Palnivra, from New York arrived here on Wednesday. New York, 20th. A Havana special says, from revolu- ti.nary sources we learn that Col. C. E. Spears is acting ns President, in the ab sence of Col. A. Guilera. He has issued a decree ordering all citizens between the ages of IS and 50 to be enrolled for active service, under a penalty, in cam of failure, that they be declared enemies. All male natives between the ages of 40 and 00 must do guard duty. Flic latest news by telegraph, received last night from Puerto Principe, an nounces that the Government troops, who were beseiged with tho Govern or, in a convent, had surrendered to the in surgents. At Jilara, the insurgents whipped tho troops. New York, 20th. A Rabigh, N. C, special says, semi ofllcial returns from the Seventh Dis trict indicate the election of Durham (Democrat) to Congress by a majority of IS in the twenty counties. The vote of Zaney Co., received yes terday, the last day, is informal, and will probably be thrown out. This would elect Jones (Republican) by a majority of 54. Congress will have to decide which candidate is elected in tho end. The congressional delegation is politi cally the same as in the last Congress 0 Republicans, 1 Democrat. Gen. Grant lefl here for Philadelphia last night. Matt. Conklin mid Phil. Hogan fought for $S00 yesterday, at Marrowsburgh, N. , Conklin winning in 3J rounds.- Both men are severely bruised. Gold, l'dlk. POH ONE DOLLAR ! irK sjLLL DRESS PATTERNS, PANT Pat ' terns. Webs. Cotton Cloth, Shawls, Car- potiugs, Sheetings, Dry and Fancy Goods, Ac, Ac. t'lifulaii. Sot Fvee, giving full particu- ,u-s: or Ttvclvc Clici tt- sent for One Dollar, describing twelve dillerent articles which wo will sell for Out- Online Kuril. - Ladies and gentlemen rtaiited as Agents, to whom the most liberal inducements are oiler ed, and satisfaction guaranteed in nil cases. CHAH. LETTS ,V CU., Manufacturers' Aoi'iilt, 111 iv C.C. I'KDKUAI, STKH10T, 208-lvl Boston Mas rtAUDlOAN JACKET. All tho New Rtvles just O received at Win. N. SM IT1 1 . CROCKERY ! CROCKERY ! I have just received a largo lot of lirnt and .second quality of Stone and China Waro, com prising two Now and Elegant Patterns calleu 'Gefi. Grant" Patterns. Also a largo Mock ol Cutlery, Glass and Stono Waro, which I offer foi salo choaii. I'lease call aim see uciorp purcnas ingelsowliore. At tho old Farrar Block, ono door north ol George H. 1'arrar's. P. G. SKINNER St. Albans. Oct 34th. 18G(1. 13B-U f-t O TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for your Fall KH anil Winter Clothing. G i O W.M. N. SMITH & CO'S fur your pants ami vest. SHIRTS and Drawers of all kinds nowopenin at W.M. N. SMITH, ACO'S. ' Dr. BURTON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE. "1TTARRANTED to renutve oil desire for lo. VV barcn. H is entirely Voiretaljlo anil harmless. It J'urijies ami enriches lite Mood. Invigorates the System, possesses great Nour ishing and Strengthening power, i-i an oxeol lent Appetizer, unablcs the Stomich to Digest, the heartiest loon, maue.s sleep retreslitng, anil establishes robust health. Smokers nuil Chnv erafur HMy Years fared. Pr ce, Fifty Cents. poAt irce, a ircatiso outlio injurious ellects or tobacco, with lists or references, testimonials. vc, sent iree. Agents wanted. Address Dr. T. It. AU1IJTT. .Terpey City. N. .1. Sold bv all Druggists. 'J4'-l'2w Torrey's Patent Weather Strips A GENTS WANTED IN EVERY TOWN. SEND fur Circular and Prico list. E. S. A J. TOItREY A CO. 243-lw 72 Maiden Lane. N. 1 . 1LOTHING for Fall and Winter, just received Vat Smith's new block, W.M. N.S311TH,.VCU .s whole work is said to be creditable to road upon our personal charms is gene-, u,v ii?e S feed at5 XtiVnio Governor Hall and to tho State. Times, j rally doijotod by the hair, and in most h-m , eases prpniatuve'y. Let all who would ' WIIAT MAKES YOUR HAIR SO t preserve nelr natural capillary adorn- ' BEAUTIFUL? MRS. S. A. Allen's ments make ha3to to apply that never- or Dressing, (In one bottle.) Price One Hair Restoror, Hartford Courant. Dollar. Every Druggist sglls it, d&w of Mr. Perkins will also bs sold at auction on nv. it not pieviomly disposed ol. till the Jlfil-8 4 NEW Supply of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Xi. .UCdlCllK s iS.-c.lust received at GREUN & NICHOLS, No. I, La.o Street, G1 O to WM. N. SMITn A CO'S for BiiBinesa H Suits of all k'nds. day of tho auction. St. Albans, Nov. 10, 113. HATS, HATS, HATS, CAPS, CArS, CAPS. Ail the Stvles juM received at W.M. N. SMITH, & CO'S. WANTED AGENTS. TO 200 per month, every wheie, male lip I J and toni&lb, to mtroduco the Gkni'ine Li'jiovr.D CoMMON-Snsan Family Spavino-Ma- oiiinc. This niachiuo will stitch, hem, fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid, and embroider in a most superior m-inner. Price, only $18. Fully war ranted for llvo years. Wo will pay $l,0o0 fin ally niachiuo that will sow a stronger, morn beau tiliil, or more elastic scam than ours. It makes tho "Elastic Lock Stitch." Every becond stitch can bo cut and still tho cloth cannot bo pulled apart without tearing it Wo pay Agents from f73 to $2iiU per month and fxpenses, or a com mission from which twico that amount can bo made. Address, SECOMHACO., Pittsburgh, Pa., or Boston, Mass. CAUTION Do not bo imposed upon by other parties palming oft' worthless, cast-iron ma chines under tho -lameuanieor otlionvi-m. Ours is t lie only genuino and really practical clwap machine manufactured. 239-8 WANTED rnitlCOT COATS in Short Frocks, end Full J. Frocks of all kinds and colors at WM.N. SMITH, .V CO'S. BLACK Pants and Vests of all kinds just re ceived at WM. N. SMITH. ACQ'S, ATMOSPHEnIC ODOltATOlt, the neatest article ever invented for Perfuming sick ItoomB at GREEN A NICHOLS. No. 1, Late Street. QALESMEN to travel lor a ManutactnringCo., O and sell by sample Good wagis guaran teed. Address, with stamp, II. D. HAMILTON A CO., No. -Hit Chestnut st . Iw21!l Philadelphia, Pa. BOYS CLOTHING of all kinds lust received at WM, N. SMITH, & CO'S. BOYS an 1 Y'outhVCIothlng of ill kimU lrt re ceived at WM. N. S JITH, A CO',