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VORM OIS"T DAILY TRANSCRIPT, NOVEMBER 3 1868.
LOOK TO YOjm INTEREST, Phoenix Mutual LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OK HAltTKOHUi CONN. ITS ASSETS ARE NEARLY 88,000,000. .INM'At. INI'OMK, NEARLY TWO MILLIONS, on fioNnTNti.i txntKsiNii. Aiiiiiuil Dividends. M) lvv Cent. Ml lie Policies arc Notl-l'oi teitillg ! s" striction on Travel, Location or Employm-nt I Dividends upon the full i'lemiums paid mi nil it" T.ibles 1 N les taki-n if desired for half of the Premium Tor tlio first lour yearn, and in case of death, they aropaid by tint Dividends and gten up and tut deducted from the l'olioy, .Did Tlu Full Aiiioiiiil of InsiiniiiH' is hiirf. It has paid 111 losses to its Policy Holders our S.100,000, anil has never contested u elaim during the 17 yearn of it" existence. No extra Premiums charged for insur iiiK. Females, Kail road HmpIoveosorScaiiion A Policy In the l'ltiKSix is piopcrly called a Whole World Policy. It permits the insured to travel or reside 'at "will anywhere in the I'nited States or Europe, at any Heat-on of the year, without extra charge. NELSON H. ARMINGTON, Agent, For Fianklin, Grand Isle and Lamoille counties C. L. RARCOCK, State Agent, d22Aw220-tr Jutland. Vt. F URN 1 TURE KITTREDGE & FULLER, (SdCfTHKOHS TO lUTlltr.IHIf A WAISON,) IT 701 'LI) respectfully announce to the eiti- zeiiH of Franklin 'County, that they havi made extensive additioiiH to their stock, and an now prepared to wait on their friends, with pri oes that cannot fail to suit. We have just re ceived a line assortment of Wall Paper and Border, CIIAMUER SKTS, DIXIXG, CE.VTEU anil FXTEXSIOX TAliliES. SOFA S, LOUXGF.S, HUUKAHS, II AT TUBES WIIAT-XOTS, CIIAIUS, MATTKASSES, SPUING !IKlf, COFFIXS, CISKETS, l WIXDOW-SII.VDKS, PICTIIItK-FItA.nKi., Ac. In fact, everything kept in Furniture Ward Rooms" will he found at our Store, D arrow Block, Opposite Charles Wyraan's. Taking this occasion to thank tho old putruns of Kittredge.v Watson for pant favors, we hope by low prices and strict attention to our business to merit and receive a coutinnnnco of tho same and a share of the public patronage, fall anil examine our good-" and prices before purchasing elsewhere. m:o. a. kittredge. AUSTIN W. FULLER. 2Mwtf UKAT l.MI'KOVEMENT 1,1 OIOXTIS- XX i'uv- Th" attention of the public in called to a great discovery in Dentistry. THE GREATEST ADVANCE STEP KVEH MADE IK THE ART. Tho main difficulty in wearing artillcial teeth is, (bey do net hold in their place tirmly enough, And add to thin the annoyance of food getting i"dor the plate while rating. I have discover .mi a method of so constructing the plate on shich tho teeth aro net that they will not Htart ,r drop while eating or Hpcaking, neither wih any particles of food get under the plate, no mutter what the condition of tho mouth id, vltieh in uot true of any method hitherto used. 1 have Hecured Letters Patent tor the United States, England and France. The improvement is not in material, but iti the construction, whichs eeures the atmospheric pressure on the entire plate. I have bold tho exclusive of said improvement to Dr. L. Oilman, to wit, tho Counties of Frank lin, Washington, Chittenden, Lamoille and Grand Isle. Those, wishing to avail thcmselvet of such improvement, will call on Dr. JL. OILMAN, ST. ALBANS Vehmont. N. T. FOLSOM. November, It. 1807. I'.U-tf FLOUR. I AM in receipt of 210 to 30.) brls. of FLOU11 per week, and my facilities ate such that 1 can supply tho trade on as Good Te v in s as anv other party or parties (as my flour paj tribute to middle men. nor 'J.'c, per barrel ti uo drummers), with Hupernne ami i-Atra riour. made from Milwaukee Club Wheat, by car-load or single bariel. WINTER WHEAT FLOURS, from good to vory choice, in full supply. Corn for sale at all times. Cash paid for Wool and Sheep Pelts. 3- I take this opportunity to return m most hearty thanks for the very liberal patron age I have, received sinco I commenced business, and hope for a continuance of the s ime. J. J. 1IU11GESS. St. Albans, Oct. 21, 18CS. 239 tf s nitlTS and DRAWhRS. uud Over Shirts oi all kinds, just received at win. a Mil H, x uos. 0 VERCOATS of all kinds, and cheap at WM. N. SMITH & CO'8. i.VPER COLLARS and CUFFS of nil Wrda at Wm. N. SMITH, A CO'8 SMITH'S OBEEN MOUNTAIN RENO VA TO HI A Mt'llE t'l'IlK rou Scrofula, Erysipelas, Tumors, Stilt Rheum, Fever Soles, Scald Iliad, White Swellings Heart Disease, Ulcerations of the Lungs and Liver, and all Ulcer ous, Cutaneous, and Can cerous Allectious, and diseases arising from mi inju dicious use of .Mer cury. Pelsor.s atllicted with the above diseases and having no confidence In the efficacy of this medicine, can make an arrangement with the Proprietor, "To be Cured or NO PAY!" In Dvspepsia, llilious Complaint, Costiveness, Diarrhea and Dysentery IT HAS NO EQUAL, curing the Diseases ipiickly with a few doses, by removing all irritating Becretions and inllani matorv tendencies, and giving tho stomach and bowel" a natural, healthy tone. This medicine hap been us.-il over 14 years, yet it i unknown in many parts of the Slate from the fact that it has never been advertised! The Propiietor never intended making it for general use, nut ai tne urgent leipiest oi rnysi elans who have watched its elfoct in severe chronic eases, and Iriends and otheis who have recovered by its use from diseases Uial appeared hopeless, lie will now turiiish it to Druggists and Dealers throughout the State. uir A Circular containing certillcates ot the most lelimrkable cures ever efl'eeted, from Phy sicians, Ministers and others of the highest standing in tho different towns wl u -e usud, will b" funnsbi'd by dealers Kitr.K, or by addressing SILAS SMITH, Sole .Maiiiifactiner and Proprietor, :iiud.V227 East Georgia, Vermont. The Last (I Success PRRESTOP HAlRDRESSlNfi Jtewty'e inoneBojde will quickly restore Gray Hair to its natural color and beauty, and produce luxuriant growth. It U perfectly harmless, and is preferred over every other preparation by those who have a fine head of hair, as well as those who wish to restore it. The beautiful gloss and perjume imparted to the Hair make it desirable for old and young. For Sale hy all Druggiiti, DEI'OI'. HIS UltEESWICH ST., , T. PXUC'ONEDOlIjlR 0NLT25 CENTS 'lL-J 1 . r Fury UH1LT)REK TEXTHtNCf The Greut Quirting Hcmetly fpr Children. Contains NO MOHPIIIXH Oil POISON OUS DRUG; sure to fogirtautiht ISowtls, allays nil Pain j corrects Acdity of tin Stomach ; makes sick and wak children STiioxo nnd hi:althy; cures Wind Colic, Griping, Inflammation of the Bowels, anO :ill complaints arising from the effect! of Teething. Call for Mother JSailty's Qtfting Syrup, and take no other, nnd you ar'fn Sold by Druggists and nil dealers in Med- i'l.'. . RICHARDS, New London, Conn., Agent for the United States. MYRONBUCE'S INSURANCE AGENCY, ST. AJ,RANS, VT. . II I) M 1! IXSUHANCp. CO., New Haven, Conn, Capital, f 1,000,000. .Surplus, f(i 9,070. . VATIOVAL 1XSUUAXCK CO., Roston, Mass, Capital, i300,000. Surplus, I450.0CO. IXTEUXATIO.VAl. IXSUUACR CO., New York. Capital, J300.C00. Surplus, H01.B05 92 Gil AUDI AX aiL'TUAr, LIFE IXSUIiANCE C O M I' A X Y , New Y'ork. Bnctti, over il,0li0,000. T.VA LIVE STOCK IXSUIIAXCE CO., Hartford, Conn. Capital $500,000. ALL. LOSSES PKOMPTLY AD JUSTED AND FAia. 4! S4 ly Now Musical Depot, ST. ALB AN?. ---- VERMONT. General Agency for tho ST E I N WAY PIANOS, New York; tho G. A. MILLER PIANO, Ronton, and the ESTEY COTTAGE ORGAN, Rrattlcboro, Vt. ESTEY A- CO.'S COTTAGE ORGAN TRIUMPHANT ! The Vox Humana Tremolo Crowning Improvement, In addition to the PATENT HARMONIC AT TACHMENT and PA TENT MA NUA L SCR RA HE, Estev A Co. have now further than over eclinand all rival makers of Retd Instruments, by tho J introduction of their PATENT VOX HUMANA TREMOLO ! This most wonderful and beautiful addition to I the Cottage Organ is acknowledged by leading musical characters in the country to bo the ne j ;. vttvn of all improvements on reed instru- ' incuts. I THE FIRST PREMIUM : Was awarded to this instrument at tho New i York State Fair and the Fair of tho New England I States, Vermont State Fair, Missouri Slate Fair, and Iowa Mate Fair, over all other instruments, including Mason A Hamlin's Cabinet Organs, j Smith's Ameiieun Organ , and Taylor A Farley's. ' It is very important that purchasers bear in I mind that the original and genuine Cottage Or gan is made by the House of J. ESTEY A Co.. I ""'' The chief points ot superiority aro patented j by them, and of course are found on the instru I mcnts of no other maker. The undersigned has made arrangements to furnish Pianos from any of the principal New ' York and Ronton makers, on the most reasonable j terms. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. I Send for an illustrated circular. Address i H. A. LYON, St. Albans, Vt. Music, small musical instruments, and musi- Ical merchandise, at E. H. HUNTINGTON'S Jewelry Store, Pianos, Organs, and Melodaus, I at. the subscribers residence on Fairrleld Stteet. 222-tf II. A LYON. uninibi I JTn. Vcgolablo K Xj ' ID RFfiTntJZ TIUP V O l Ju,,l,J ly llir N II 'jtKle .i.i.l I. ,,,..,..,.,,.. I. . I l.v lk i uLllc Ble l !r 0 i ,lic lo Ijo I V . tiloiin w '.ii C I Uie tt b,st I'rvMinrulfou hr Hf .torln . uru, ur iduuu n.ur 10 u biitrmni coior; , piuiuollui? II. oro.wb, (.uUimtln? llu- j J. W mors unj liiiuilrutl. aiul fur DrctsiDir . & x an.! lt.rii.tlllitirtli.. ll..lr. Itl.rrp. C ' IVoiu jiuIkoiiuu ilrugri, dos uot .1 liuti iLu titit'it labile, nnd lllll (llC tStHlp CI tAN, um iia r mi 11, aim a ULOiV. y VJV J R. BARRETT & CO . Prr".nt... M txriiKsrcit, . u. Sold by all Druaqists. New Goods ! New Coods ! ! Lntno new Stock of Dry Goods now open and ready for sale, At STONE & FOSTER'S Here you will find a fulllinuof DRESS GOODS Cheap i'or Cash. Here you will find a lull line of Shawls, j Cheap for Casb. 1 Hon.- ou will find a good assortment of Cloak ing." in all colors, f lif-ap tor (.ash. Heie lull v.ill lind a lull line o! Delainsand Prints, Cheap for Cash. Here you will liud u lull liu of White Ooods, Mieap for Cash. Here you will find a good assortment of Clothes and Coburgs, ,Vc, (lieap for Cash, Here you will rind a complete Hue of Hosiery for the l.ndies, Cheap tor Cash. Here you will tind a large assortment of La-die.- nnd Gents Kid Gloves, Cheap for Cash. And hero will be found Miss Morey to show yon u largo assortment of Ladies' Goods, of styles too numerous to mention. In tact, we haiug adopted the CAt-H SYSTEM, believe we can offer inducements to our customers that no concern doing a credit business, w ill or can af ford. To satisfy yourselves, call and examine quality and prices. J. P. STONE, l!28dwtf GEO. P FOSTER. Oct. b ir 8, 18GS. GRAND OPENING ! O F FALL GOODS ! A T H, 0, POST, & 00, 's JUST RECEIVED from New Yoik, a splendid Line of of New and Choice Dress Goods, Including Empress Cloths Epingelino, French Seiges Silk and Wool, Shot Poplins French Men noes, with a great Variety of Plain and Poplin Alpacah, and Chene Poplins, all at VERY LOW PRICES. We have a full Line of DRESS T It I M MINGS! Consisting of Silk Fringes, Ulack and Colored Velvet Ribbons, with Buttons and Gimps to match. Our Stock of Prints Pleached and Drown Cottons, Detains, in fact everything in the lino of Domestics, is full, also a full Hue of Cassimeres, Tailor's Trim mings. Gloves, Hns'cry, Shawls, Dutchess KiddB, and Breakfast Shawls A Choice lino of Dry Groceries may always be found in stock. Please call and examine Goods and Prices be foro purchasing elsewhere. II. C. POST, & Co. Cor. Main and Fairfiold Sts., St. Albans, Vt. diwtfnlOC. 4 Charles Wyman,jST FIRM! 1847 succEssoH to 1868 Wymaa & Huntington. Acknowledging the kindness and liberal pat ronage of the public in tho past twenty yoam, I, Charles Wyman, . Now rene to the promise, (ami let the past be the : assurance) that this corner of the good little STATE OF VERMONT, 1 And some portion of the P. Q., shall be well and iiunesiiy Buuinicu at uie lowest yossioie raies honestly supplied at the lowest possible rates I with all tho grades of American, Swiss & English . WATCHES In GOLD, and SILVER CanA. JEWELRY , Latest patterns and all grades FINE GOLD, SILVER and PLATED i CHAINS. ! KEYS, I LOCKETS, CHAINS, Masonic and Mechanics' Pins, Solid Silver Waie, warranted line as coin. Beautiful ELECTRO PLATED GOODS, From all the best factories, such as TEA SETS, CAKE BASKETS, BERRY DISHES, CASTORS, PITCHERS, GOBLETS. SPOON CUPS Syrup Cups, Mustard and Child's Cups, VaseB, Coflin Plates, finally everything of first quality Plated Ware. SOIXS AGENCY. This is the only place in the county whore you can get. direct from the manufacturers, thu Genuine Win. Rogers & Son's Spoons, Forks, Kuives, Ladles Ac. Don't bo de ceived and buy a 2d quality goods when its so easy to get tint beat and at almost the same price A great variety Uoeks, Table and Pocket CUTIERY, In abundance. Everybody wants a knife then let everybody call and get one. A large assort ment of Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles and Eye Glasses. FANCY GOODS, SHEARS, SCISSORS, . COMBS, BRUSHES, NEEDLES, WALLETS, BAGS, GAMES if C. Rifle and Pistol Cartridges, Revolvers, Roberts' Needles (warranted.) Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired in the best possible manner. All work warranted satisfactory or pay refunded. Engraving neatly executed, and at reasonably low rates. At the old stand, Brainerd's Building, corner Main and Bank streets. CHARLES WYMAN. St. Albans, Feb. 10th, 18G8. 203-tl 1868. 1868. Ogdensburgh to the West. Northern Transportation Company Tho only Through Daily Line between Ogdensburgh and Chicago 1 1 And Intermediate Ports. Only Six Days Through With out Chance of Boat. This we'll known and reliable Company, will, during the present Season, run their line o: first cuss Upper Cabin Steamers daily, bctweot. Ogdensburgh, Oswego, Cleveland, Toledo, De troit, Chicago, Milwaukee, and Intermedial", ports, leaving Ogdensburgh on arrival of Ex press train from the East. J'ASSENGEItS AND FAMILIES Moving West, jan embark with their luggage, Teams, Stock c, ,and land together without disturbance or transhipment, at their port ol destination, thus avoiding the great inconven ience of tho many changes, delays and expen ses, of other routes. These Steamers have largi Cabins and State Rooms, amply and neatly fur nished, for first class Passengers and Families, .vho may wish to furnish their own provisions. No efforts will bo spared to maintain the reputa tion of this, as tho CHEAPEST AND BEST HOVTEl A thorough rebuilding, refitting, repairing and refurnished, with several now boats added to the line, makes tliis now the most comforta ble, pleasant and expeditious route to the great West, Be sure and see the Agents of this line before you buy your tickets. Trusty men will always meet passengers at the depot in Ogdens burgh to take chcckH anil re-cheek Baggage. Ask for tickets via NOR TIIEliN TEA NSFOJt TAJON CO' S STEAMERS The only Daily American Line leaving Ogdens burgh. Wo will make it tho interest of every travellei to see the AgentB of tho lino before purchasing elsewhere. Through tickets over all tho Wes tern Railroad Lines can be obtained on applica tion to GEO. W. SMITH, office, comer Ford and Patterson Sts,, opposite Johnson House, Ogdens burgh, N. Y, One hundred pounds of baggage free to each passenger. BAGGAGE CHECKED TJIEO UGJ1 To all points. For through tickets and other information, apply to G. A, EDDY. Office Steamers Landing, Ogdensburgh, N. Y Geo. W. Smith, General Ticket Agent. H, G. Goodno, Passcngf Agent. 212-tf ALL tho new styles of Furs and Scarfs now opened at WM, N, SMITH, A CO'8. PANTS AND VESTS, for Fall and Winter go tc WM. N. SMUH, & CO'8. AMD xraw GOODS. BARNES &(JR0WLEV AT. NO. 2 BARNBS' BLOCK IiAJCH ST., ST. AXSANS, VT. Would say to tho people of Franklin County, that they are prepared to offer them VAMTf.V fiX9 Aftni) TYC X UKUlUU XXmSS, Fresh from uiarket, at tho lowest cash price, at Wholesale and retail. TEAS. Young Uyson, Japan, Oolong and English Bt oak fast, The finest in tho market. If vou want mixed Teas, buy pure Teas of BARNES A CROWLEY, pick raspberry leavos and mix to suit your taste. You will find it cheaper than buy mixed Teas of anv New York Tea Compai r tn an to 'ompany. BARNES A CROWLEY KEEP THE BEST COFF2UQS. OL" UOVERNME.Vr JAVA, RIO, AFRICAN, AND GROUND COFFEE, SFZOBS. Strictly pure. Go to BARNES A CROWLEY'S tor the f.est . XSOX.AB8BS, BUOA&HOV8S 6YRVFS SUOABS. ' P. R., HAVANA. MUSCOVADO, DEMERARA. AND REFINED OF ALL GRADES. Il you would keep clean, buv your BOATS Of BARNES A CROWLEY. BOBBINS, KENDALL, PEERLESS, Q. K PIONEER, JtC, AC. TOILET SOAPS. AC. To Tobacco Chewers, Smokers, and Snuff-Takers : Wo buy of the manufacturers, uud can please you both iu quality knd price. Wo want Farmers and Dealers, to bear in mind that we keep tho Pure Boston ground ROCK SALT, The mils Bait suitable for dairy purposes, which will uc noiu as low as can uo"giii in tins maricet. For a good light and no danger of explosions, buy your KEBOSSXTB OJIj Of BARNES Jr. CROWLEY. Price as low as lie lowest. FliOUR. The best brands constantly on hand. A j. Graham anil Buckwheat Flour, Rye and Com Meal Filially if you want anything in tho lino oi goou grotenes, the place lo uuy tliem is at BARNES & CROWLEY'S. Cash waul for all kinds of Country Produce - Goods sold at wholesale at the lowest possible llgure. 213 BARNES A CROWLEY. w'vArH, t. Albans Vt. VT. TliANSCEIPT. PrintinG ST. ALJiAXS. IL A. CUTLER, Proprietor. All Printing brought to this Office, both Plain and Ornamental, will meet witli prompt atten tion, at prices as low as the times will admit. We do our work much better than can any OfUco that will do a job of printing for nothing for tho sake of depriving us of it, and we are ready to compare our work with any similar class of printing douo in the cities, both in neat nest Mii price. Hand your orders into tho Transcript Book and Job Printing Establishment if you take any prido in haviug your printing done in a work manlike tnanuur. JlST.FAV FIEM , AND NEW GOODS ! AT Tho Old Clothing Standi . NO. 2, DARROW BLOCK, I. McD. SMITH & C0i, BKO l.euvolo utiitr Ihul, li- vltt.e ol i-ereiii chtttig..i niiulc at Xo. a. I)nt-rnv Ulnrk, tlu-y uie ,,, iui,,l m offer lo the public it NlMkiil Ready-Made Clothnig and Furnishing Goods t'liMirpiniril In vurlrly mill ttyle bj ai Untiling Ilouae In Fiunkilu County. Comprising a lull line ot MEGL1GGE SUITS, SACK SUITS, DRESS SUITS. 'I be nbow- entimly Nuw and Latest Styles 0111 OVEECOArrs, Of every new Paftein and Style, Compiisiug BEAVEIv, (German ami American, CHINCHILLA CASTOU, MELTON, PETEKSHAM, AM Elt I CAN CASSIM EUES, CjUEECHY & CHHAV do. A L S O A C o mplcte Una o'J FUBIS'ISHIKG GOODS, C o in p r i k I ii ( OVEli SHIRTS, (Plaid, Flannel and Vhite.) UNDER SHIRTS, do DRAWERS, LINNEN & PAPER COLLARS, NECK TIES & BOWS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, Buck & Cloth, Ac, &., &c, Ac. UMBRELLAS Of all 1- inilsi, LARGE. SIZE, MEDIUM, LADIES. Of Scotch and American Hoods. Hats and Caps Of Every Variety in Mui-kel Comprising LONDON STIFF.RIM, KNOBBY Soft, STAPLE, SILK, Ao..,Ac. Capn of every Style. Be HUie and call early as desirnMe ftoods are going fast, firir Prices low for Cash. I.. McD. SMITH, & Cu. No. 2, Darrow Rlock, Main St. St. Albans W S.T.-wtf QAM. A'l BKECK & WETHERBEE'S FOR DRESS GOODS, DOMESTICS, WOOLENS, SHAWLS, WHITE GOODS, GLOVES. HOSIERY, POCKET KNIVES, . NOTIONS, AC. ALSO TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS, SPICES, RAISINS, CRACKERS, BROOMS, KEROSENE OIL, SALT, &0 110-tt