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VEEMONT DAILY IftRAnSTSCiRIPT, FEBETJAEY 9, 869.
oriuont Daily Transcript. ST. ALBANS, VT. Tt isDAY, Kr.inttfAiiv, (, 1M9. Travelers' Guide. amiivai, or rAsstNor.n iiiai.ns. From the South and Kant, 5,48 a. m., 11,15 a.m 0,35 p. m., 8,10 p. tn. From Rouse's Toint and West, 7,20 a. m., 11, 60 a.m.. C50 p. m. From Montreal, 1145 a. in., 0 45 p. in. DF.rAiiTL'nu or r-AssENnnn train. For thu South and East, C20, a. m., 12 0 m., 7 20 p.m. For Rouse's Point and Vt, 005 a. in. 2 1, p. in. For Montreal, fi 10 a. ui., G 55 p. in. DAiit AimiVAL or stages at st. ai.uans. From Sweetsburgh and Franklin, 700 p. m. From liiehfotd and Sheldon, 500 p. ni. From Sheldon, 10 00 a. in. From IJakcralh'ld, 11 00 a. in. nui.v MRi'AUTum. or staoks kkom t. auuns. For Franl;lin and SweiUburgh, 7 !!0a. m. For Sheldon and Riohford, 8 ;) a. in. For Sheldon, 2 00 p. m. For R.-ikcrslklri, 1 00 p. in. Stages call at the several hotels in town. Stagu niVii-i'a at the Tremont House. i U)hiNd or 'i in: mails. Mailt) tor New Yorlt i-loce at 5 00 a. in. and 7 00 p. in. Mails for Boston cliwo at 5 a. m. and 0:10 p.m. Mails for Albalivand the West cloxo at oOOa.m Mails for Catiaifa close at 5 00 a.m. Southern and Northein way mail elo.-i' at 5 00 a. m. Strangers' Guide. riMtK Y. M. C A. meet every Monday evening X at their rooms over Win. N. Smith' Store, Main Street. Champlain Chapter No' It. A. M. meets the third Wednesday evening in each month, at tin ir hall in Union block, Main Street. Columbus Council No. 1, It. .V S. M. nicotn the feeoiid Wednesday evening in each month, at their hall in Union Itloek. Franklin Lodge No. I, F. A A. M., meets the first Wednesday evening in each month at tlieir hull in Union lilock, Main Street. Hiiglesby Lodge No. 81 F. .V A.M. meets the fourth Wednesday evening in each month, at their hall in Union lilock. Main Street. ( 'rystal Fountain, Temple of Honor No. 1 meets everv Tuesday ovening at their Hall in Hirnes lilock, Lake Street. St. Albans Lodge No :52, 1. O. of 0. T. meets cverv Fridav evening at their Hall in Haines lilock, LakeStrect. Rising Sun Lodge No. 8 I. O. of (. T. meets every Saturday evening, at St. Albans Hay. St." John the llaptist .Benevolent Society (Ca nadian) meets on tho first and third Wednesday evening of each month at tlieir hall overK. H. HuntingtoirH Store. To Ail vrri Ueis. The Veumont Daily Tkans- uii'T has the largest circulation in St. Albans and in Fianklin County, of any daily paper, and is on that account, if nn other, the best medium for advertising. Local Items. Ouu Daily. Those wishing to secure copies of our daily paper can do so at Menifield's and Baker's bookstores, as well as of carriers, and at tho olllee. Copies of our weekly paper may also be had at these plaeus. Butter Market, Tuesday, February 9. The prices of butter to day have been as follows : Fall butter, 40 to 45 cents per pouud ; winter, 30 to 35 cents, 'iho amount shipped is 352 tubs. - i wenty-fivk boxes of Sheldon water were shipped to-day. - The weather is mild and pleasant to day. The Tremont House is for sale. Sec advertisement. J)o not fail to read "G's" article on the business of Burlington. Towx meeting comes oil this year on the 12nd of March, Sold Out. Mr. E. C. Gallar has sold his meat market to Mr. Lester B. Greeno who will take possession on Monday next. Mr. Greeno has for some time past been engineer on the Vermont Central Hailroad, and has many friends who wish him abundant success in his new business. Mr. Gallar, who has kept an exceedingly tidy market for sov erul years is, it is rumored, about to re move to the prosperous town of Rutland where he will carry on the same kind oi business. Public Reading. This evening, as ims neretolore been announced by the Transcript, Mr. C. D. Robinson will give a reading at Academy Hall. Those who have had tho pleasure of hearinir him are loud in their praise of liim as u public reader, and it is to be hoped mat he will h vea full house. Council No. 3 of tho Templars of Hon or and Temperance, was instituted at the Hall of tho Good Templars by G AY i: ajd Welch of Montpolior. The char icr memueship of the new Council is thirty. The following board of ofllccrs was elected and installed fo. the balance of the present term : W II II McAllister, S C Greene, C of C Sof C J of C RofC Trof C M ofC D Mof C Chaplain of C Pof O WofC. C K Greene, LJSwett, G D Williams. 13 W Bordo, II Sears, J S Wright, HTStockwell, A Ryan, A bountiful supper was furnished for the occasion by Messrs. Rico and Olm stead, of tho St, Albans House. The supper was thoroughly appreciated by tho guests, and fully sustained tho re putation of tho proprietors of this house us public caterers. Ci .in plain IHrtrict futon. The quarterly meeting of the Cham plain District Union took place In the Good Templar's Hall this morning, the Rev. II. K. Cobb, V. C. T., in the chair. The meeting was opened with prayer by the Chaplain. The attendance was large, the various lodges lit Franklin County being well represented. Rev. II. Iv. Cobb addressed those pres ent, urging them to go forward In the great cause in which they had enlisted. God was on their side and they would surely triu uph. Various committees were appointed, after which the Union adjourned. Furnishing goods of every variety at No. 2, l)arrow Block. L. Mcl). Smith Ar Co. Fire in Arercor.W Holmes and Ross' stoic at Abercorn, P. Q., was con sumed by lire about 12 o'clock on Satur day night. I.o--i about .(l,r00; insured for S4,o00. 1. (). of (J. T. At a regular meeting of Beacon Light Lodge, No. 75, of Fair fax, held Feb. 0th, the following officers wore installed for the quarter ending May 1st 18G9 : S II Anderson, W C T ; L A Dunn, W V T ; W A Learned.W S ; Alvah fi Hobart, W F S ; N M Sander son, W T; John S Howard, W M; Mary Sallord, W I G ; Henry Hunt, W O CJ. The L D at present is E B Northrop. The following ofllccrs were appoint ed ; Flora Wilcox, W R H S; Clarrisa Hunt, W L1I S; Delhi Hunt, W A S ; Sarah C Wilcox, WD M; II W David son, WC, Rutland County Divorce Cases. At the recent term of the Supreme Court held at Rutland, which closed on Friday last, nine bills of divorce were granted, eight were continued and three were refused. Bills granted as follows : Moses Tatro vs. Juliette Tatro, for adul tery; Daniel E. Williams vs. Martha Williams, for adultery ; Mary Lucia vs. Thcopilus Lucia, for adultery; Mary Jane Wilkins vs. William W. Wiikins, intolerable severity ; Lizzie H. lluuster vs. Reuben HuiiBtcr, refusal to support; Minerva Hadley vs. Lafayette Hadley, refusal to support! Hiram Fowler vs. Mary Fowler, desertion; Velona L. Dickcrman vs. Edward A. Dickcrman, desertion. - Do not buy any Clothing or Furnish ing Goods without looking at the stock at No. 2, Darrow Block. L. McD. Smith & Co. Bank Swindler Sentenced, The noted forger and swindler Edward S. Piper alias O. B. Clark, arrested nearly two yars ago for swindling Vermont banks, and who haB performed similar acts in various sections of tho country, was sentenced by the Supreme Court of Vermont at its receut session at Rutland, to the State Prison for tho term of eight years. He was taken to Windsor on Saturday. Ho was trisd and convicted last March, but tho caso went to the Su premo Courton exceptions, which hav ing been denied ho was sentenced. His course has been a bold one and many sections of the country will rejoice that tho Vermont courts has put an end to his operations. . Sudden Death. A young man, named Charles A. Barber, a native of St. Johnsbury,Vt., but residing in Ports mouth, N. H., ejinplained about being unwell on Thursday night. A compan ion sat up with him till midnight, when, finding Barker had gone to sleep, the watcher laid down. On waking at four o'clock on Friday morning, he found Barker dead. An Agricultural Society for Wash ington County was organized at Mont pelier, on Saturday, with tho following officers : President Levi Boutwcll ; Vice President D. B. Whcelock ; Sec retaryAustin D. Arms ; Treasurer Clark King; Auditor Don 1'. Carpen ter. . . Wonderful Cure. Tho new spring at Rutland, according to the Indepen dent, has cured a man of the "heart dis ease and lame tomach, rendering him so voracious that he wants to board out." Y. M. C. A. Tho third of tho aeries of sermons before the Y. M. C. A. of Burliugton, was delivered on Sunday evening, to a congregation of over 1,000 persons, by Rev. E. R. Atwill, rector of St. Paul's (Episcopal) Church. Orituahy. Mr. E. W. Spear, one of the oldest and most respected citizens of Shelburn, died on tho 4th inst., aged 88 yenia. Mr. Spear ropresen ted tho town in tho State Legislature in 1839-40, was selectman of tho town for sevoral years, and held other offices of trust. In re ligious belief ho was a ITniversrlist nnd boro tho name (given him by his moth er) of tho celebrated preacher of that name, Elhanan Winchester. Mr. Spear leaves a widow in horSOth year. For your clothing call at No. 2, Dar row Block. L. McD. Smith & Co. State Agricultural Society. A I meeting of the Boiud of Directors of the j Vermont Slate Agricultural Society will j lie held at the American Hotel, Burling tor,, on Wednesday evening next. Gratuity. The Vermont State Agri cultural Society have awarded a gratui ty of fifty dollars each to A.M. Winslow and Sons, of Putney, and L. L. Wright, of vVoybrldge, for the exhibition of their excellent herds of short horn enttb at tho last State Fair. Council of Censors. We publish elsewhere the joint call of the Republi can and Democratic State Committees for a convention at Montpelicr on the 25th of February, to nominate a tickect for for Council of Censors. The State constitution provides that no person connected with the last Legislature pre vious to the assembling council shall be a member, and of course the following gentlemen who have been named for tho olllee are ineligible: AL Miner, Bennington County; George N. Dale, Essex County; Roswcll Farnhani, Orange County ; Henry Clark, Rutland County; Julius Converse, Windsor County. Overcoats selling at less than cost at No. 2, Darrow Block. L. McD. Smith & Co. Fulton Market. Just received, a nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hams, Bologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes. To matoes, Pears, Peaches, Water Melons and Musk Melons. dtf-94. Now is your time to buy a suit of clothes cheap at No. 2, Darrow Block. L. McD. Smith & Co. TawIc Jfcve. A choice lot of Siberian Seed Wheat for sale. Black Sea Wheat, Hungarian Seed Oats, Nova Scotia Plaster, Brad ley's Phosphate of Lime, Hay Seed, Clover Seed, Northern and Wertern Corn, Oats, Buckwheat, &c, as usual. Choice brands of Flour arriving, and on hand, worth from $7 to $14 per bbl., all of which will bo sold at a small ad vance. Call and examine. S. C. NOBLE, St. Albans, Feb 1st, 1SG9. d&wtf d220 w54 DIED. At Fecatonica, Illinois. Feb. 4th, Mr. E. S. Car penter, formerly of St. Albans, aged 73 years. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SAKE. milE Biibscriber offers for sale tho TREMONT JL HOUSE, in St. Albans : said house is in good repair and capable of accommodating two nundrocl persons. For furthor particulars en quire at the house. S Ii. MANN. St. Albans, Fob. 9, 18G9. f23j-tf U. S. DEPOSIT MONEY. N OTKS due tho Town mature on the TENTH INST. Prompt settlement is requcstd. For Trustees. St. Albans, Feb. 5, 1809. NOTICE. c 1AME into the enclosure of the Suh-eriber ONE RED COW, about ten years old, with a little nhite on each Hank. The owner is requested to pay charges and take her awav. H. 1). LOVER IN. St. Albans, Feb. 1. 22J-:! 251-3 LOST, AT ItUEUEN KHEl'ARD'ri Hotel, Georgia Centre on the morning ot Thurj-dav, Jan. ii'.Hh, a CALFSKIN WALLET, containing $25,00 in American currency, (the property of Washington Engine Company No 1,) and a travelling Card from liedford Division S. of T. A Hiiitablo reward will be given to any one leaving tho above at this otlico, or returning it W. W. CONGER, 21!)-2v Ferris Avenue. AGENTS WANTED FOR Secrets of the Great City, A Work descriptive of the VIRTUES and the VICES the MYSTERIES. MISERIES and CRIMES of New York City. IF you nish to know how Fortunes are made And lost in a day; how shrewd Men aro ruined in Wall Street; how Countrymen aro swindled by Sharpers; how Ministers' and Mer chants aro blackmailed; how Dance Halls and Concert Saloons aro Managed; how Gambling Houses and Lotteries aro conducted; how Stock and Oil Companies Originate and how tho Bub bles burst, read this work. It contains 35 fine engravings; tells all about the Mysteries and Crimes of Now York, and is tho Spiciost and Cheapest work of tho kind published. PRICE only $2.50 Per Copy. WSrSend for Circulars and seo our terms, and a full description of tho work. Address, JONES BROTHEttS, A CO., Philadelphia, Pa. CAUTION Inferior works of a similar character aro being circulated. Seo that the books you buy contain 35 tine engravings and sell at 3.50 per copv. 2202 SHIUTS and DRAWKItS, and Over Shirts of all kinds, just received at Win. N. SMITH, &' CO'S. BLACK Pants and Vests of all kinds just re oeived at WM. N. SMITH. ACQ'S. rnUE bet stock of Clothing in tho State just X roceived at WM. N. SMITH, A CO'k B LACK Sack Coats in overy style. ax tViJ. Si. ninitli A CO S, Smith's new Block. ACK COATS FOR SPRING, go to WM. Si, H1UTU A UU'H, ClOSING OUT on LAKE STREET. TpOlt tho next Sljty Days, we lll sell Cloth .1? lug at priees to itiit the purchaser in or der to make room for si Drmo; u-ooas. Those in want or Ready Xado Clothing, Fur nishing Goods, Hats A Caps, Boots A Shoes, in fact EVERYTHING comprising a First Class Ready Made Clothing nnd Furnishing Goods Store. TIiopc in want of OVERCOATS can get one at a price which will make it an ob ject to buy even if they do not want it tilt anoth er winter. A large assoitliient or Under Suits, PANTS AND VESTS, Styles loo Many to Mention. Please Give us a Call Before Purchasing Elsewhere. MOP THAT A PPUnV LAKE STREET. 223tf FOR. SALE. ONE HUNDRED TONS or HAY. Enquire of JASPER RAND. St. Albans, Feb. 2nd, 18G9. 221 ALDIS BALL The Spring Term WILL BEGIN MONDAY, FEB. 8, 1869. For terms address J. W. TAYLOR, A. M.. d-i-wl Principal. Autumn and Winter. LADIES' FURNISHING OOODP. I HAVE now opened a new stock of the above named goods, to which I respectfully invito the notice of the Lad'es of St. Albans and vi cinity. Real Black Thread and Malta Laces. Ileal Valenciennes and Cluny Laces. Merino Undervests and Drawers, Extra Qual ity. Met inn Hosiery. Gloves, Mittens, Scarfs, Ac. Dress, Sacks, A Cloak Fringes and (Jimp.". Small Wares, Ac., Ac. Making a Speciality of this line of Goods, I shall endeavor to keep on hand a good, liberal assortment, and bhall not bo undersold by anv one. L. P. KIMFTON. ' Store next to L. L. Dutcher A Sons. dwl32tf NOTICE. mO FAR51ERS AND OTHERS. The Hiibacrib L ers having purchased and fitted up in good order, the V'uolen Mill at Swanton Falls, for merly known as Piatt's Factory, aro now pre pared to manufacture Cloths or Yarn for cus tomers, or exchange the same for wool. A lib eral share of patronage solicited, and natisfac tion guaranteed. N. B.Oflico in smith end of Factory, where may bo found tho books and accounts of the Utu tirm of Piatt A Hinklev. 219-tf ' MEIGS A HINKLEY. Good Dairy Farm FOR SALE IN MORRISTOWN, within one half mile of Morristown village. Farm contains about eighty-five acres of good land, sixty acres cleared, and the remainder wood-land. Four hundred Sugar or Maple trees, witli Sap Tubs and Sugar Utensils. A young Apple Orchard of about 150 trees, mostly in bearing. House 30 x -10, in good repair, with good cel lar. , Barn 32 x 01, with cellar under the wholo and in good repair. Running water at house and barn, and pastures well watered. Forty tons ot hay cut from twenty acres will bo sold with tho farm if desired. Soven Cows, 5 yearling heifers, 10 sheop. and a span of good work horses will bo sold with tho plaeo if desired, and all farming tools. All to bo sold verv cheap for cash. W. H. FOWEVS, Morristown, Aug. 15, 1808. 230-,vtf. O VFRCOATS of all kinds at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. O to Wm. N. SMITH A CO'S for your Hats and Capsfor their stock is all now. rilRICOT COATS in Short Frocks, and Full JL Frocks of all kinds and colors at WM.N. SMITH, A CO'S. OYS and Youth's Clothing of all kinds jiiBt re ceived at WM. N. SMITH. A CO'S. iTJO to WM. N. SMITH, A Co. Tor good bar VJT gains in clothiug and Hats and Caps, and everything in their line. M errifield's Bookstore. IS OPEN, and will continuo to run as usual, with this exception that tho prices will ho very much reduced, as I am anxious to eloso off the stock as soon as possible, G. W. MEHRIFIELD. St. Albans. Deo. 21, 1808. ALL tho new styies of Furs and Scarts non opened at WM. N. SMITH, A CO'S. jgOYS n.VTS. JjOYS CAPS. Of all kinds, just received at WM. N. SMITH, A OO. PANTS and Vests of all Kinds Just arrived at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S What's in a tfaino ? SOU TH MAY D'S PURE CONFECTIONERY. THE REASON WHY ! H. L. SAMSON & Co. "13 URCHASE their Confeetioiiery not orSouth J. inayd A 'o., but of tli e same parties they Soiithniayd A Co. purchase of, in Boston anil New York, and therefore can supply the trade as cheap as Southmayd A Co., niul that's what's the matter. t222-tl 11. L. SAMSON & Co. SOUTHM A YD'S PURE CONFECTIONERY. SHATTOOK & STnANAHAN Hum- been appointed Agent for the sale ot Southmayd's Confectionery in St. Albans H. L SAMSON A Co. will no longer keep my Cnlifeetiouerv. SOFTHMAYD A CO. Boston, Feb. 1st, 1HII9. lw-221 F 0R S A L E . BEING about to leave town, I wish to dispose of inv residence on Northfield St., which will bo sold for a reasoneble sum. For further particulars enquiro of me. 145-d-tf. B. F. WILLIAMS. BAILEY'S BUTTER TUB. Boston, )vc. 18, 1803. A. R. Baili-.v, Deaii Sin : The timi has come when the advantages of your tub are apparent ; nearly all that wo aro receiving (unless late fall or winter mako) is strong on top which would not bo tho caso if put up in your tub. If thero aro any nice dairies in your vicinity put up in your tub you mav pay fi cents per lt. more for them than for Summer dairies put up in tho old style tub. In fact wo don't want any Summer dairies at any price in the old tubs. Wo can buy common butter hero lower than you eaji up thero. Wo think Poul try is dull this week, can't tell how it may bo at Christmas. Yours trulv SAMUEL BIGELOW A CO. 251-tf 23 North Market Street. "It Works like a Charm." Renin's Pain-Killing Magio Oil euros Head ache. Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Tooth ache. Renne'n Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Neural gia. Rtnno s Pain-Killing Magic Oil euros Cholera MorbuH. Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Rheu matism. Renno's Pain-Killing Magio Oil cures Lame ness. Renno's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Skin Diseases. Somo folks seem to bo proud of telling how "lame their shouldors aro" of my crick in the back" or, "I havo got the Sciatica" and de light in brafiging that "nothing can;curo mo 1" but when we get such "awful folks" to una Reeno's Pain-Killing Magio Oil, faithfully, wo not only cure their lameness and charm away tlieir pains, but wo actually take all that kind ot "brag out ofthemt', and they frankly own up and say, "It works like charm 1" Sold by all Druggists, Merchants and Grocets. WM.RENNE, Sole proprietor and manufacturer, Pittstield, Mass. 231-eow-ly J. VIENltfOT fit CO., General Newspaper Advertising Agents, 188 i assau Street, i'cw York. (ESTABLISHED XXT 1862.) o XlfE bug to call the attention of advertisers to V I our agency. Our facilities with all tho HrHt class daily papers in the country aro second to none, anil wo aro fully prepared to offer terms and conditions which cannot fail to give supe rior inducements. Wo also send advertisements to all Cuban and South American papers, with whom wo have ex tensive contracts. Wo aro tho only house doing .1 Spanish Ailvcrl islng Uiisliit'ss. We can, bv special permission, lcfer to Mr. H. T. Ilelmbold, Druggist, 594 Broadway, Now York. Messrs. S. R.Vanduzor A Co., 103 Greenwich St., New York. Messrs. Hall A Ruckel, 218 Greenwich Street, New York. Messrs. G. Bruco's Son A Co., Typo-Founders, 13 ChamcrsSt. Messrs. Phalon A Son, New York. " Phelan A Collendei, New Yoik. " Tarrant A Co., " " Chickering A Son, " " Radwav A Co., " 1SG cod3m F OR tho BEST MACHINES in tho WORLD Inrjuiro of BLAKE & WILSON, Swanton, Vermont, Agents for Franklin and Grand Isle Counties, for the WHEELER & WILSON Silen t Feed,Lock Stitch Sewing Machine. EETAIL dealers in Shelf Hunlwurr, ru ble ami Pocket Culler)-, Glass War. Tin IVnre, Wooden Ware uml Willow Ware, Fancy Goods, St.vcg, Steve PI pen, and Hollow Ware. Iron, Steel, Nails. Glass, Pii tty Ac. Teiims: CASH, or ready pav. w245-2m AUSTIN BROTHERS. Send for a Circular and C&taloguo of Goods in our GREAT DOLLAR SALE ! LICENSED BY V. 8. XUTHORITr. The very best article and promiums known to tho Trado. Send us & trial club to J. K. Austin, Sf Ilro.,4S Hanover Street, Boston, Slass. 249-4w Dr. JN0. V. BURTON'S TOBACCO ANT WABR1HTID rtt SMUTS ALL PKSIIlBf OR TOBACCO. ntirtfv trgttabli dWi harmlat. lyfarifies and nnVJUl the blood, iavigoralAktbe ijiteta"" great oouriih. lag snd ttrcngthtoiDsiipwcr, Iran excellent toole and d peiltcr, enables tbe iioiJSfyio digrit the beirtieil rood, miles sleep refreiblnr, JMkd esubltibet robnrt httlib. .S,nalur$ and cheutri iW'ifaTfcMarj cured. Trice Fifty cen I per box, pott frsiT An InteHstlnc trestles on tbe In jurious effects of tpCscco, with llitTSCieitlmonisli. refer. socei, etc., itsyfZn Agents wsntedSLiddreis X). T. . AISOTT. JtrljVPII. M .t rOIT SALE BY ALL DRUGGlBtS. . Caution. Bcwaro of humbuj tmltafftes. Traatmart: x Copyright B OYS CLOTHING ofall kinds just received at WM, N. SMITH. A CO'S. BY TELEGRAPH Fortht Vermont Tronrrri'iit, LATEST NEWS. New York, 9th. Private ndviccs from Pnrla good authority, thai Gen. T)Ix lino rn. ecived n letter from Gcu. Grant, in which uie inner says lie will bo happy to continue him in the position of Min ister to France if he desires to retain that position, hut Gen. DIx will resign, as he intends to return to the United States in the spring. Detpatches from Athena state that the resistance of Grceoe to the wishes of the Peace Conference is not so much the work of the nation ns of a nolsv. rpnk- less party.ealled the party of action.and Having a cortain control ovor tho acts of the Government. A Cabinet Council was hld to-day in which several petitions, signed by Greek merchants, were read, all in favor of peace. The Government was strongly im pressed by the anneals made in the nam of the public intorests of Greece. Its de cision win bo made known in a day or two. Private letters announce that Turkey and Greece arc arming to the tooth. As to Greece, King Georgo has made all the necessary preparations for nn active and vigorous eompaign. He has aaviseu ins military household to bo ready at a moment's notico, has appoin ted the commanders of his army, and has drawn his plan of the campaign. He is to place himself at tho head of his troops and lead them to the fight. The war party is agit iting the coun try by incendiary proclamations, and every day the walls of Athens are cov ered with hand bills asking for war or devastation. New York, Oh. The Tribune's liuenon Ayrea corres pondent states that the Washburn affair, in Taraguay, is taking a singular turn. Tho two men upon whom Washburn depended as witnesses are in custody on charges that must be tried at Washing ton, involving them and Mr. Washburn in a conspiracy to overthrow the Gov ernment of Paraguay. Gen. Grant was yesterday driven by Mr. Bonner, behind the horse Dexter, to different points of interest in this city. The Bristol boats will resume their trips on tho 1st of April. Hon. James Brady, one of the most eminent lawyorsiu this State, died very suddenly at 1 o'clock this a.m., paraly sis of the brain. Mr. Brady was a na tive of this city, and was, at the time of his death, in his 54th year. A Buenos Ayres letter of Dec. 23 say that tho American fleet had all returned from Paraguay, except the Kansas, which is left at the disposal of Minister McMahon. On board the fleet were the two pris oners Bliss and Masterman, who had been surrendered by Lopez on tho de mand cf Gen. McMahon. The impression exists that the war will soon be ended, probably by the light of Lopez to Europe or here, as he is said to have been shipping large quan tities of gold. Nkw Yokk, 9th. Gold To Rent. C103IMKUCLVL College Rooms; possession J givim Sept., 1st. Threo ltooma easy of access, and very pleasant situation for Club ltooms or offices. WM. N. SMITH. St. Albans, Aug. 3, 18G8. d70tt LOST. BETWEEN Fulton Market, St. Albans, and tho Fair Ground, or on it, a dark colored morrocco wallet, containing $151, and a receipt from Severance A; Co., Boston, to E. C. Gallar. 'Die flndor will receive a reward of 150 on return ing tho wallet to E. C. GALLAR. St. Albans I9th Sent.. I8G8. nllltf G. B. SMITH, Retail Dealer in. HATS, CAPS, & FURS Buffalo aud Fancy Sleigh Robes, Fur Overcoats, Ladies' Dress Furs, Fur and Buck Gloves Mittens, Umbrellas, Ac, Ac. Also agent for Grover a4 Baker's Sowing Machine, Monitor Block. Lake Street. Ht. A.oaui, vt. CASH "AID FOR SHIPPING FURS. U)7-tf GILBERT B. SMITH. CARDIGAN JACKET, All tho Now Stylesliut received at Win. N. SMITH. CALL and seo tho best Stock of Clothing, Hats and Caps and Furnishing Goods in th State, at WM N. SMITH, Ic CO. PLAID WOOL SHIRTS ir. large variety of styles, now opening at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. S HI UTS and Drawers of all kinds now opening lYJil, fl. SMITH, & CO S. P OR SPRING STYLE OF SILK HATS, call at vrju- "i. Nauru t.