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Vol. I. Vermont Daily Transcript, pimimshku kac'h nvr.xiMi. .p,cr ut mock, lake st., m. Mbau,, iv. j U , 1'. Davis, Proprietor ami unit nr. TERMS! IN r yur, in advance, six niontliH, lii advance Three month", in advance, One inoutli. in advance 8,00 4,00 '.',00 75 Advertisement?! should lio liauded in us early a the morning of the day of their intended pub i'ulion. BUSINESS CARDS. BARNES A CROWLEY, Dealers in GiCHcries and West India Goods of every description, Barnes' Sow Block, Lako Street, St. Albans, er mont. 'Jlb-tf TriELARD FARRIXGTOX, ATTOHXEY t .IWnl T.mv and Solicitor in ( hall .V CI IV Oflico Willi Jl !. lioyee, juaiiieni mm-n, St. Albans, Vt 212-lv BAILEY, DAA'IS ADAMS, COUXSEI. Ona AT LAW and Solicitors in Chancery. Otllco in Union Mock, St. Albans, Yt. 07-tl DANA n. nAlLV.V, l'AUK 11AVIS, II. C. ADAMS. LAISDELL A BIXGHAM.Attornovs at Law, and Solicitors in Chancery, Uaminuige, i. IltA 9. l!l.AISIir.t.I., Jl. A. 11INOHAM. ASAHEE S. HYDE, Dealer Family (Iroceries, Darrow bail', Vernloijt. m all kinds of Block, St. Al 20;) J)"e AV. TUIUAUI.T, l'liysician and Stir- I'oon. Graduate ot tno university oi er. inont. Ollice: I airfield street, oer Messrs Blaisdell's Clothing House. 187-lv BENTON it WILSON, Attornevs at Law, and Solicitors in Chancery. Ollice in No ble's New Block, St. Albans Yt. Attend Courts regularly in Franklin, Orleans, and Lamoille Counties. 159-tf n. c. henton, w. n. wilson. LUII.MA X, U K X T 1 .S T. Otllco in the . KINOMAX ULOCK, Main St., opposite the Congregational Church. 1-tf. --JTT II. 31' OOWAN, 1JENTIST. Office YV . over Wead and Duren's Drug store, St. Albans, Vt. i!-tf M. HUCIv, ATTOHXEY AND COUNSEL LOU AT L.Y Also Agent for llrst lass Insurance. Companies, and for obtaining oldicr' pay, Ac. Ollice over Weeks' store. i;1 A. SOAVIiHS. Attomev and Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Ollice over Fust National Bank, St. Albans, Yt. 1' S. Will attend to Collections, and prosecute Claims against tho United States for Arrears of Fay, or liounty to Soldiers, Widow's and Invalid's Pensions, Ac, Ac. !l-tf rieiiAiusoxs pictukk gallkiiy, XV Main, opposito Bank Street, St. Albans, Vt., (Up Stairs.) Open all hours of the day, (Sundays excepted.) All the latest styles of pic tures mado at this Gallery. Albums and Pic- ure Frames, Stereoscopic and card Pictures of Vermont Scenerv, all at low prices. Call early and often. T. O. 1UCHAKDSOX, 157-i Proprietor. ITT S. NORWICH, Practical Steam and . Gas.Fittc tcr. Brass and Iron Goods of every description, for steam, water, and gas. Guns and locks repaired, and keys llttcd, Ac. St. Albans. Vt. 173-ly UUURAR IIUOTIIEUS, IKON MEH- JL CHANTS. Dealers iu Nails, Glass, Oils, Paints, Agricul t.iral Tools, which wo oiler at a low cash ligure, Corner Lako and Main streets. St. Albans, March 10, 1801. 1-tf 1IIARI.1CS WYMAX, dealer in Fine Watch J os, Clocks and Jewelry, Stcrl ng Silver anp Silver l'latecl ware, iancy uooda m great va rictv. Watch ltepairing and Engraving. St Albans, Yt. 103 He. POST A CO., dealers in Dry Goods and choice Family Groceries. Corner ot laiu and Fairlleld Streets, St. Albans, Vt. 11 u. C. TOST, 1.. JANUS. AalEWCAN HOUSE, llichford, Vt., Jerry B Sweatland Proprietor. This Houso is locat' nil in tlin pntitrn if tlin villnfrn imnr tlin PnKtnln uousc, I'ost-uuico anu jiuih. lou-iy XI Solicitors in Chancerv, Ollice, Lako Street St. Albans Yt. d52Aw221-tf. M. J. Hii.i. G.A. Kaffobd. RICHARD SMITH, Dcalerin Drugs, Patent Medicines, Dye Stull's, Books, Stationery, L, AC. Kichford. Vt. Dec. 1808. ly-217 HIRAM PIERCK, rnoritiETor. of Tin: AMERICAN HOUSE!) 197 fl. M ST. A'IBANB, VT. PIEnCE C1.KKK. HORACE P. HALL, M. D. (Lato of tho Army, Ac,) Has returned to St. Albans, and may bo found for tho present at tho American Hotel. Pnrliculur attention paid to Op erative Surgery. lo'J-ly BOOS BINDING DAVID C It A W F O H D, Book Binder and Blank Book Manufacturer, Kingman Block, St. Albans, Vt. Hook Binding in every stvlo from tho cheapest in uiu iiwHi cosiiy, aim an none in a wioiougn manner. Dec. 20 1807 ISCmO GRAHAM FLOUR. A Superior articlo of Graham Flour, for sale at tho store of BAltXES A CHOWLEY, d.'13-tf Lako Street. NOTICE. Mr. F. L. Goodspced'fl Now House at Missl ipioi Springs, is now ready for tho reception ot boarders, d35-tf Removed. 1) H. ei. ti. CLAHK has removed to South Main Street. Olllco at his reside St. Albans, Vt., May. 2, 18CC IMPORTANT THEIR TO SOLDIERS AXD- WIDOWS. rnilOSK INTERESTED ARE IIEREUV X notified that I am aeont to transact all busi ness pertaining to pensions, bounties and back pay. Claims of tho abovo nature can bo pre sented, and their allowances obtained, by appyl I Ingto WM. B MIDGES. I ST. ALBANS, VT., TUES ASAHEI S. HYDE, dealer IN U.f. KINDS ol Yivst Class Groceries I ! DAIUIOW BLOCK, ST. ALUANS, VT. Consisting in pait of Flour, Fori:, Pith, fiutor, Teas, d-tf I'llOMliX A; t-f. Mutual Life Insurance OK HARTFORD, COXX. A faMirable opportunity is presented to ener getic anil rolialilc liusiness men who can devote their entiro time to the business, to represent this old. staunch, and most successful Lite Com panv, in unoccupied territory in the State ot Vermont. The nianv popular features peculiar n tlin I'lupiiix Mutual, and the meat advantages it offers to tho insuring public-its freedom troni j restrictions on travel aim occupation us nun- forfeitable policies- -its liberal preminin system j the economy of the manag' incut, and its largo j annual dividends, render it the most profitable ( Com' any to Agents desirous of realizing a hand- aonio eompoieiiev uy uiuu eiuiiiuit-ii mm nn-r APPIV tO I , JLj. HiUll.Utn Rtato Agent Phamix Mutual Life Ins. Co. dO-tf ' Cnion Dlock, lint land, Vt. NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT, ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868, AN EXTRA FOUR-HORSE COACH Will inn from St Albans lows : to Sheldon, as fol- Leave St. Albans cery day at 2 o'clock p. in. Arrive at Sheldon at 1 o clock p. in. Leave Sheldon at 8 o'clock a. m. Arrive at St. Albans at 10 o'clock a. in. H. .TENNISON, Proprietor. St. Albans. May 25tli, 1808. dtS-tf New Store and New Goods, C. R. PELL, WITH ROBERT KINGSLEY, I) I! I S (' 0 l L ' .S X K W lln 0 0 K , ON LAKE STREET. ST. AL.BAXS, VT. HAVE just opened the largest stock of Crock ery, comprising all tho new and desirablo patterns, l-rencli. umna ana uonemian rancy and Table Glass Ware, Cutlery and Plated Ware, ever offered in this County. We also call attention to our Stock of FOP.EIGN AND DOMESTIC Dili GOODS, WHITE GOODS, LINEXS, FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS AND SMALL WAltE. Tho undersigned would respectfully announce to the public that wo havo adopted the CASH SYSTEM, and ONE PllICE. Driscol's New Block, Lako St. St. Albans, Vt, llOBEKT KINGSLEY. 9!H1 WARD & BURNES, Dealers in alll kinds of GROCERIES LAKE ST., ST. ALBAXS, First door above the St. Albans House, keep constantly on hand a tull assortment of FAIVKIXiY GROCERIES: Conifiiiug of Flour, Meal, Provender, Shorts, And I-cod Of all kinds; For! Fi-h, Hams, Suparj fens, l..wl, freh Butler And all sorts of articles usually kept iu business of their Kind. Highest cash price paid lor an kind of country Produce. GIVE US A CAXXi. dl-tf WAHD A BUBXES. FULTON MARKET, K. C. (rAlLAH, Proprietor. " havo recently refitted my market, which is . supplied with the bet of MeutM, KUh, T, Ipt, mid !llllllUg u, Dried und .Smoked Ilee AXD ALL Table Delicacies of the Season Now on hand, a nice lot of SUGAR GIT RED HAMS ANO- FRESH 1 1 II HALIBUT, MACKEI'.EL, COD, CUSP ami HADDOCK. 5d-tf EVERY LADY Demres m ti a r.s admiration. Jo be numircu, uiey ist possess Beauty Utlll IlltO.lheUCC. I Most rery one lias intelligence, ami ALL CAN BE BBATTTirU lly using the I'APIIIAN I.OT1AX, tin latent : and most wonderful of all the cosmetic. By it8 j Use all moths and freckles are removed, t skin I becomes clean and transparent, and tlu heek i roseate with the hue of youth. The 1 phlim i Lotion can be found ut I THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE I ('0,, l And also a most complete ussoitmoht of all loi i let articles. Tin, now and fragrant f Ir ' JIiij-o, and the delicious wood lll. ,nd all other choice and fragrant perfumes, HAIR DRESSINGS AND DYES : l'ufl'and 1'owdcr Boxes, Cologne, Toilo" Soaps, Teeth washes and l'owders. Brusliesuauch as Hair, Teeth, Xail, Infant, Ac, A-. Call and see the beautiful necessities md lux- ,u.iei r,.,,o toilet oven if voudo notwT'iitobuv JUST RECEIVED As full a stool; of pure Drnu as c&Ugmi found in , the Stato of Venuont, together wit"iCosinoids, Fluid Extracts, and all articles required in a Physicians or domestic practice. Warranted pine and of tlrst qualitv. This store Mill be un ilerwold by none in St. Albaii". Trusses, Shoulder llr ices, Supporters, Ac, and every thing kept in a well regulated Drug Store. A. S. K. DAY, AGENT. St. Albans. Vt. June. 1HC3. ldif WELDEN SPRING WATER Water from Wolden Spring, St. Albans, Ver mont, which has proved highly cfllcacious in Scrofula, Cancer, unl all diseases of the skin, and also for Dyspeptf a. Kidney and Liver Com plaints, General Debility, Ac, Ac, is now for sale, at wholesale and retail, at 218 Washington Street, where books may be obtained contain ing an analysis of the Water, with certificates from physicians and others, testifying to its bcnoficial effects in numerous cases where it has been tried. Mkiiuua.nts National Bank, I 28 State Street, Boston, Oct. 7. 18G8, j E. S. GOODWIN, Esq., Agent Welden Spring Water. Dr.Ai; Sin : 1 write to acknowledge the bene fit I havo received from tho Welden Spring Water. 1 havo been troubled with Diseaso of tho Kidneys lor many years. I havo consulted some of tho boat physicians in the country and received no rener. some low months sinco jl as recommended to try the Welden Spring Water. 1 had not taken it long beforo I was surprised to see how much good it had done me. Since then I always keep it in my room and sel- om urniK any other water. Knowing ovcntuaiiy it will euro mo. As I am anxious that others should bo benefitted by my experience, I cheer fully recommend it to ail Buffering with the ame disease, iiesnectiuuy. J. J. MAY. From Francis B. Dixon, Esq., Counrelor at Law and Average Adjuster, Boston, 17 Merchants Exciianoi:. I Boston, October 3, 1808. ( E. S. GOODWIN. Dear Sin : I cheerfully comply with your re quest to cive my candid opinion of the merits of the Wolden Spring Water. For somo years I have suffered much from Dyspepsia, and hav ing exhausted patent medicines and the pre scriptions of many physicians, I was advised to try tho Welden Spring Water. I found by tak ing a glass of tho water beforo meals it acts as atonic ana general regulator oi tno system, anu enables mo to eat anv kind of food without in- convenionce. Tho only evidence I can give of my appreciation ol its virtues is a recommends- uuu lo mei uiiu niuieiiii jiuiu xj njtce.m it try it. Yours, truly, Fit AX K B. D1XOX. Quincy, Mass., Oct. 3, 1808. E. S. GOODWIX, Esq. Di:au Sin My wife has used your Welden Snrinir Water, and has received irreat benefit from it. Beforo she used it sho had a bad cough, and had bled from tho stomach or lungs. The cough has entirely uisappearcu ami suo is as well, or better, than she has been for ten vears. Very respectfully your old servant, JOHX T. WILLEY. Proprietor of Hancock Honse, Quincy as Letters from many other persons can bo seen at the ollice. E. S. GOODWIX, Agent, UOtf 218 Washington Street, Boston TIIK UNITED STATES Life and Casuality Insurance Company NO.l, EXCHANGE PLACE JERSEY CITY, N. J. Now York Office, 96 Broadway. This Oomnanv oll'ers all tho advantage other Life Companies, with many entirely new ami IMPORTANT FEATURES. 1. The Lowest Hates or Piiemidm of any Mutual Company in America, and fully e.pial to 20 ner cent. DIVIDEND IN ADVANCE. 2. Policy-holders can receive Compensation in case of Disablini: Accident, at rates of Prcm mm .no HiuliERthan is usually charged for Life Insurancoonly. 3. Policies XoN-FouKKiTiNii after Two Pay ments. I. Annual Dividends mado Xon-Forfeitable. 5. Loans on all Policies. 0. Liberal Permission to Travel. 7. A Deffinite Cash Suhrender Yaluo guar nntee in all Policies. EDMUND 0. FISHEH, President, JOHN B. OHUHCH. Jr., Secretary. ('. W. BUCK, Agent for Northern Vermont. MAIN STREET, ST. ALBANS, VT. AGENTS WANTED. d 144 3m. DAY IKBHTJATIY 9, 1S69. Wc Challenge the World, rpHE subscribers having removed their place X of businesss to Foundry Street, would re spcctfully stato to the citizens of St. Albans and .nt.l. .lint ,1.A n . ! n l'f.l fr Mnol faVnf. confered upon them, and aro now prepared to , do nil kind of worn In tliclt- line of lul- . "cm, and respectfully ask a continuance of their patronage. X. B. Particular attention paid to overreach ing and interfering horses and a sure euro war ranted or no pav lequired. Lame horses' or all kinds cured if tlierc is anv euro in them. 1 L. WOOD A CO. 211-lv Foundry Street. I F. L. Wooi, (1. A. W. Wood, j VERMOXT CKXTRAt. AXIJ 8111.1.1 VA A 11AILIIOADS. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Commoiicinn Nov. 30. 1808. T1U1N8 (I01NO SOUT1I ANE KAST Leave St. AlbaiiB at C.20 a. m., 12.00 noon, 1 and 7:20 p. m. ' Mail Tiiin leaves St, Albans at C:20 a.ni., and , connects at Burlington with Itutlaml ltoad, at Whito ltlver Junction and Bellows Falls with trains- for Boston, Worccstor, Springfield, and with trains on Passumpsic II 11., arrives at Xew York at 10:45 p.m. Day Express loaves Montreal at 8;40 a. m., St. Johns at 10:00 a. m., Ogdensburgh at 7;00 p.m.. lodge at Malono; leave 7:15 a.m., House's Point , 10:15 a. m., for Boston, Ac, arriving in Boston, I Yia. Lowell at 10:30 p. m. I Night Express leaves Ogdensburgh at 11:30 a. ., Montreal at 3:30 p. in., House's Point at 5.40 ! in.. St. Johns at 1:60 n. in., arrivinc at Boston , at 8.40 a. in., connecting at Bellows Falls with Chcshiro Koad for Boston and Worcester and ' with Vermont Valley Ilailroad forSpnngtleld, Ac, ' and arriving in NowYork at 12.30 p. iu. TRAINS OOINd NOUTU ANU WEST. j Leave St. Albans for Montreal at 0:10 a. m.. . and 0:55 p. ni. For House s Point, Ogdensburgh i it. it i i 1 n.i- i r.l ' ami mo 11 esv m u;uu a. jii, mm -.1.1 tiim u.u" 111. Day Express leaves Boston ia. Lowell 8.0.) a, i for Burlington, fit. Ainans, .uomreai, ug TlMff ?c?r ' Boston via Lowell, at 7:0) 1 . m.. via Lawrence and Fitchburg at 7.30 a.m., Springfield at 7:-J5 is. in., for Burlington, and St AiuaiiR. Accommodation Tram leaves Northheld - t :45 a. m., for BuiHiikIoii, Hutland, St. Albans, itousos Point Ni; ght Express leaves Bellows Falls at 10.10 p, receiving passengers from Vermont Valley .. receiviii!i tiassencer Ilailroad. leavinc Xew York at 12.15 p. in., and from Chcshiro Ilailroad, leaving Boston at 5:30 m., connecting at Vwnte ltivcr Junction with rain leaving Boston at 5:00 p. in., forBurliug on, Bouhm'h Point, Montreal and Ogdensburgh, connecting with Grand Trunk Trains tor the West. SleeimiL' ears aro attached to Until tho high! Exnres trains running between St. Albans ant BoMon, and St. Albans and Springfield. Through ticKcts lor unieago ana uie cst ioi ule at the principal stations. (. MEI'.IUI.L, Sup. St.Alnaus Xov. ). 1808. TTJUTLAXD AXD lH'RlaXUTOX A IJ V I Xi VALLEY liAILHOAD. On and after Dec. 2d, 1S07, trains will rut as follows, viz : MOVINO SOUTH AND EAST. Leave Burli.igton at 8:30 a. m., 1:33 p. m. 3:3f 1 15 p. m. Arrive at Hutland at 11 :2" a. in., 1 :1 C , in. 8:00 a. m. J2.50 a. m. Leave Hutland at 4:00 a. m., 12:00 m. Arrive Bellows Falls at 7:40 and 2:20 p. in., A 3:25 a. in. Leave Bellows Falls at 7.00 a. in., 2:!t p. ni. 3:30 a ni. Arrive at Brattieboro' ut 8:50 a. m., 3:20 p. m 4:27 a. m. MOVINO NORTH AND WEST. Leave Brattieboro' at 11:00 . in., 4;4"i A U:00 p. ni. Arrive at lieiiows cans ai is:uu i. ui., aim 5:10 and !:.r.) p. m. Leave Bellows Falls at 12.3;. p. in., u:l.i p. m. 10.00 p. m. Arrive at Hutland at 3:10 p. in., 9:00 p. m. 12:35 a. in. . 1 ii n i i .i mi ... . n. .. , til. l.eave lllliKUKiai o.uo a. m., l.au i. in., in. 1:30 a. m. Arrive at Burlington at 0:45 a. in.. 1:2.) p. m., and u.io ). m. i.io a. m. THAIXS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS : cIT AtBurliiiKton with Boats on Lako Cham- plain and Vermont Central and Vermont and Canada Railroads, for MontlU'lier. St. Albans. House's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, and tho West. At Hutland with trains for Troy, Albany and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady, and tho West. At Bellows Falls with trains on Chcshiro Hailroad for Fitehburgh, Worcester, Lowell, and Boston. With Vt. Valley Hailroad, for Brattieboro'. SnruiElleld. llartlord, iNew lia ven, and New Yorkand with Sullivan Hailroad tor Windsor. Whito lliver junction, n ens mver. St. Johnsbury, Newport, Littleton, and the White Mountains. Passengers tor tho west will lliul this a cheap, pleasant, ami oxpeuiuous rouic run TlLi.r.iiS, ami au necessarj iiiioiiiiaiiou. enquire at tho unices on tno nno. w-tt. ujcu. a. .uiinujjii, rjuui. N' ORTI1ERX RAItiROA I). "WINTER AURAMOllMENr-lSeS-O. On and after Dec, 18G8, Passenger Trains will run as follows : Ul'WAKD TRAINS. Dmv Exnress Train leaves Concord a 10.35 a. in., lor Whito mver junction, connecting witn trains for Moiitpcher, Burlington, itouso s I'oint. Montreal, Ac, aud with Ogdensburgh and Grand Trunk Railroads, for tho West. Accommodation T rain leaves t;oncora at to.u a.m., for Whito luvcr junction, connecting wuu train for Wells Hivcr.St. Johusbury.Barton, Now nort. WillouL'hbv and Macoc Lakes, Stanstcad, Bath, Littleton, and Lancaster; also, with trains HIT iUWUipeiiei, Jlll llllgll'll, Pi. iuuuun, mmoon Point, Montrela, Ogdensburgh, and tho West. Bristol Train leaves Concord at 3.27 p. m., for Franklin and Bristol. Evening Express Train leaves Concord at 8.20 p. m., lor w into mver junction, connecting win. trains for Montnelicr. Burlington. St. Albans, House's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, and the West. Or on arrival of trains from Boston, oreester, Portsmouth, Portland. Ac. DOWNWARD TRAINS. Mornlnir Express Train leaves Whito Rivet Junction for Concord at 1.20 a. m or on arrival of train from Oudonsburgh and Montreal. On Mnndavs at 0.45 instead of 1.20. Bristol Train loaves Bristol for Concord at 7 50 a. in., and Franklin at 9.05 a. m. Mail Train leaves Whito River Juuction for Concord at 12.20 p. m., or on arrival of trains over tho Vermont Central. Passumpsic, and Whito Mountains Railroads. Ilnv Express Train loaves Whito River June Hon at 5.80 p. in., or on arrival of trains from Montreal and Ogdensburgh, Brattieboro , Kecne Bellows Falls. W indsor. Ac. connectiliK lit Con cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell and Boston. Theso trains connect at Concord with trains for Manchester, Lawrcnco, Portsmouth, Port laud. Nashua. Worcester. Now York, Lowell, anc Boston. ONSLOW STEARNS. Agent. Concord. N. H. Deo. 1. 1808. w-tf. SHORT FROCKS or all kinds, jubt received at WM. N. SMITH, ACO'S. ATS, HATS, HATS CACS, CAPS, CAPS. All the Styles Just received at WM. N. SMITH. A CO'S. GRAND OPENING O F FALL GOODS ! A T H, 0 POST , & 00,'s I UST RECEIVED from Xew Yoik. Line of of splendid Xew and Choiey Dn 'ss Good, Including Empiess Cloths Epiugeliue, French Serges Silk and Wool, Shot Poplins Flench Meri noes, with a great Variety of Plain and Poplin Alpacas, and '('bono Popliiw, all ot VEHV LOW PHICES. We have a full Line of I) It HSS Til 1 M M 1 N Ci S! Consisting of Silk Fringes, Black and Colored Velvet llibbons, with Buttons and Gimps to match. Our Stock of Prints Bleached and Brown Cottons, Delaius. in fact eM'iytliing in the line of Domestics, U tull. also a full line of OaiMiiiercs, Tailor's Trim mings, Gloves, Hosiery, ShAwls, Dutchess Kidds, and Breakfast Shawls A Choice line of Dry (iroceries may always be found In stock. Pleaso call and examine Goods and Prices be foie purchasing elsewhere. II. C. POST, A Co. Cor. Main and Fairlleld Sts., St. Albans, Vt. dAwlfnlOO. New Goods ! New Goods ! ! Entire noW stock of Diy Goods now op'.-n and ready for sale at STON"R: 'PO ST"R R S lieie you will him a Prints, full line o Deluins and Cheap for Cash. He) e joti will find a full line of White Goods, C heap for Cash. Hero you will tind a good assortment of Clothes and Cotiurgs, Ac, Cheap for Cash. Here vou will find a complete line of Hosiery for the Ladies, Cheap for Cash. Here vou will find a large lie. and Gents Kid Gloves, assortment of La Cheap for Cash. And hero will bo found Miss Morcy to show ou a laruo assortment or ladies uooos, oi tvles too numerous to mention. In fact, wo lavinc adonted tho CASH SYSTEM, believe wo can offer inducements to our cuat oiuers that no oneein doiiis a credit business, will or can at old. To satisfy vonrselves, call and examine inaiity ami prices. 128dwtf GEO. PFOSTEH. October 8. 18G8. HOLIDAYS On .Lake Street. At GREENE & NIOHOL'S DRUG STORE r AY ho found a fill assoitmeiit or Drug lYX gists' Fanev Goods and Toilft Ai tides consisting or Brushes, Combs, a good assortment of Lubin's Condrav's and wmmei's iiamiKerciiier Extracts, Colognes, Pomades, Cosmetiques, Ac, Ac. Hair Oils.Lillio Whites.Toilet Soaps of all kinds, Tooth and Nail Brushes, and, iu fact, ANYTH ZNG IN OUR LINE OF GOODS (rltEENE & NICHOLS, ArO. 1 LAKE STREET, ST. ALBANS, VT. Also, a full assortment of imported and domestic OIG-AES AT Lake Street Drug Store. (Iv240 NOTICE. milE St. Albans Bank ofSt. Albans, Vt whose X charter terminated on tho 25th day of March, 1K08. berobv civo notice that it will redeem its outstanding bills, at its banking houso, in tho Vermont National Bank of St. Albans, for ono year from tho 25th day of May, 1808, agreeably to the loiiowiug aci. i. miii,i uasiuei St. Albans, Vt., May 20th, 1808. An act relating to tho redemption of Bank noteg It m herebv enacted. Ac. Snc 1. After tho expiration of the charter of anv b.ik chartered by this State, or alter the termination of tho existcnco of any such bank agreeably to tho laws of this Stato, such bank may causo notice to bo published in all tho week ly newspapers of tho county whero such bank is located, for one full year, setting forth that said bank will redeem its outstanding bills, tho day or tho expiration of its charter or tho dato of ths termination of its existence, and a copy of this act; and upon duo publication of Biich no tice, neither such bank nor its ofiicors shall bo liablo to any action for tho non-redemption for any of its outstanding bills, unless tho same shall havo been duly presented and payment thereof demanded within tho year aforesaid, at tho banking houso of said uaiilc. Sec 2. Aftor tho oxpiration of tho charter or after tho termination of tho existence of any such bank, as aforesaid, such bank shall ceaso to bo subject to tho oporation, or liablo to tho provisions of tho sixty-third section of chapter eighty-nino of tho general statutes. Sec. 3. This act bhall tako effect from lta passage. Approved Nov. 19, 1800. 21C-ly May 20th, 1808. pLOTIUXO, CLOTIIIXG, CLOTHING, CLOTHING I The largest Stock of Clothing, Hats and Caps and Furnishing Goods ever ofiered for sale in Yermont, is now opened at WM. N. SMITH, & CO'S, NX). 227. LEGAL NOTICES. Sheriff's Sale OF a Store of Goods in Fairfax is adjourned to the 10th Inst., at 10 o'clock In the fore noon. JULIUS H ALBERT, Deputy Sheriff. Fairfax, February 1, 1809. 255-1 Andrew J. Soule's Estate. TIMIE subscribers having been appointed bv X tho Honorable Probate Court for the Dis' trie! of Franklin, commissioners to receive, ex amine and adjust all claims and demands of all nersoiiH against tho estate or Andrew J. Soule, late of Fairfax, in Bald District, deceased, and all claims and demands exhibited In offset thore to, do hereby give notice that six months from the 20th day of January, A. D., 1863, aro allowed by said Court to tho creditors of said deceased to exhibit and prove their respective claims b fore us, aud that wo will attend to tho duties or our appointment at tho dwelling houso of John G. I'aucher, in Fairfax, in said District, on the 30th day of April. A. D, 18CJ, from !) o'clock in the forenoon till 4 o'clock iu tho afternoon, on each of said dayn. Dated at Fairfax, this 27th day of .January, A.D. 1800. J. II. FAHNSWOHTH, I ,.,. oi -:! GEO. A. BALLARD, ( om N BANKRUPTOY.-In tho District Court of tho United States, for tho District of Ver mont, in the matter of Oliver C. Wait, Bankrupt In Bankruptcy. To the. creditors of said bankrupt and all others w iioiu n ina.v eonceru. Tho undci'HitMicd. assicnee of the Estate of said bankrupt, hereby gives notice that It has been ordered by the District Court of said DIs- tnct that tho second and third general meetings of thoi Creditors of said Bankrupt be held at uie omcc oi jj. ij. Lawrence, J'.sq., in jturmig ton, In said District, on tho 27th day of Febru ary, A. D. 18G!l, at 10 o'clock a.m., before L. L. Lawrence. Esq.. ono of tho reclsters in bank ruptcy in said District for tho purposes named in tho 27th and 2Sthsectionn of tho Bankrupt Act of March 2, 1807. And this is also to L'ivo notieo thai I have filed my final account as Assignee of said Bank rupt ; and that at said time and place I shall apjily to said Court for tho settlement of my said accounts and for a discharge from all lia bility as Assignee of said Estate, in accord ance with the provisions of said 28th section. iiateu at weorgia, in said District, tho 3rd lay of February, A. D.,18G'J. 11. O. BAHTLETT, 251-3 Assignee. IN the District Court of the United Statei for the District of Vermont, in tho mat ter of JOHN J. BARNARD, Bankrupt, in Bankruptcy, To whom it may con cern : Thn undersigned hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignco of John J. Bar nard, of St. Albans, in tho county of Franklin, aud Stato of Vermont, within said District, who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition by tho District Court of said District. Dated at liurnngton, in said District the 29th day of January, A. D.. 1809. aji-w-u WM. Jl. noil, Assignee. MARY A. CROFT'S ESTATE. THE SUBSCRIBERS having been appointed by tho Honorable Probate Court for tho District or I'ranuiin, commissioners, to receive, examine and adjust all chums and demands of all persoiiB ncrninst the estate of Marv A. Crofl late of Fairfield, in said District deceased, and all claims and demands exhibited in offset thereto, do hereby give notice that six months rrom tho 2d day or February, A. i., men, aro allowed by said Court to tho creditors of said deceased, to exhibit and prove their respective claims beforo us, and that wo will attend to tho duties ot our appointment at the dwelling house of Betsey Coburn's, in Fairfield, in said District, on tho 2d day ot August, A. D., 18G9, from o'clock in the forenoon till 4 o'clock m the af ternoon, on each of said days. Dated at Fairlleld, this2ddav of February, A. D., 1809. itwAilHi'""'1---''- 251-W-8 FURNITURE KITTREDGE & FULLER, (successors to kittrkpok A WATSON, f WOULD respectfully announce to the citi zens of Franklin County, that thoy have mado extensive additions to their stock, and are now preparod to wait on their friends, with pri ces that cannot fail to suit. We havo just re ceived a lino assortment of Wall Paper and Border, CIIAMURR SKTS, DIXIXG, CENTER mid FXTEXSION TAUI.K8, SOFAN, I.ODXGRS, MURKAUS, HAT TREES, WIIAT-XOTS, C.'IIAIRM, MATTRASS KS SIMII.VG UEbS, COFFINH, CASKETS, WIXlJOW-SIIADES, PICTURE. FRAMES, &r. in fact, , everything kept in Furniture Rooms will be round at our tttorc, Ware- Darrow Block, Opposite Charles Wyman's. Taking this occasion to thank the old patrons of Kittredgo A Watson forpast favors, wc hop by low prices and strict attention to our business to merit and receive a continuanco of tho am aud a sharo of the public patronage. Call and examine our goods and prices before purchasing elHOwhero. GEO. II. KITTREDGE, AUSTIN W. FULLER. 231 ntf BLACK Sack Coats in every style, at WM. N. Smith A CO'S, Smith's new Block. SACK COATS FOR SPRING, go to WM. N. SMITH 4 CO'S. GO TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for your Bltclc Sack Coat. St. Albaus. May lutu. 1SC0 . St. Albaui, Myl5, 1803.