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MP Y'XT ST. AIVBAJSTS, VT.. VBI OAY FKBRUAEY Vol. i. 1 1869. iSTO. 230. Vermont Dai ly Transcript, pchmmikd KAt.'ir uvukino. .;,,';..,, iv. VA 1. Davis', J'roiirlrlor mni FilUoi'. ' 1 . . 1 00 ti'.hmh: 1 . I ....r it. u.lvnlieft six month, in advaneo ;1M l'ld'CO IlldtltlH, ill illlVllllL'O, -JJ0 i !( month, in advance i Advertisement1 should in.- handed in as early ii. tho morning of tlie day or their intended pub- i ftttOll. BUSINESS CARDS. BUtNKH A- CIIOWLEY. Dealers in Groceries mi l Wi.it linli-A Good- of every description, Marie s' New J Slock, Lake Street, St. AlbaiiM, A cr l.iout. -tf'-tl' TriLLAni) FAUULSnTOX, ATTOItXHY .V YV Counsellor at Lav.- and Solicitor m Clinn-,-. rv. oniceiithII H. l'.ojce, Brniiierd lJloelt, Kt. "Albans, Vt. " 21-l.v n 111.1,'V n VIU AtiA - '(KN:.-it' 1 .. I ' I J Oils .VI 1,A, an.l hi'iicuoi-H in i iiancei. , :. . . . .. .. . ... (Mtiee in l" mini llloe'n. St. Albans, Yt. v " I uANV K. HAIM.l, i-auk v.wrt, 11. O. ADAMK. BKy in.v s. iii.At.sir.i,i, 31. A. BINlllIAM. 4 SAHEL S. HYDK, Dealer in all kinds or j. Family Oroceries, Darrow lilock, St. Al bans, Ymtioi.t. 201! Tit. W. TfiillAtil.T, Phvbician and Sur ly Kciin. (Iraduate of the lnivurtiity of Yer. ir.out. Olllee: Tail field street, over Mcssrs ISlaUk'U'd ClotltiliK House. lb"-ly T)V.S'VOX & AVll.SOX, Attorne.yn at l.iw, ) and Solicitors in (;hancery. OlhVe in Xo iih s Kew llloek, St. Albans Yt. Attend Courts i Kularlv in Franklin, Orleans, and l.amoillo t mnti(,. l.VJ-tf . o. iii;:ctox, vt. ii. wn.f.o:;. J (ilI.3I.VS, DK.VTIST. Umce in the I J. KINCWAX 11L0CK, Main St., oppo.-ite the (. MUK''eKational Church. "KTTT It. TlV (JOWAX, IJK.VTIrJT Olllee V . ovtr AYead mid Dm en's Din:; store, M. Al'iam., Yt. l!-tf J ittfK, ATTOItNKY AND COUNSEL JH. LOU AT LAW'. Also Agent for lir.it 'ass insurance Companies, and lor obtaining ild'.aV pay, Ac. O'licc over Wiel s' store. J A. SOWT.KS, Attorney and Ci.nnrllor at !L. Law and Solicitor in Chancery. OOlce over 1 it t Nal'oi.al Dank, St. Albans, Y't. I .... ill !itlil:i1 to Colleetinns. ami isi iisi.euti i . ... .1. it, .:...! uini..., r.... ......... I i i.wiii ' ai'iv uiu uiiui ii .i.iin jii. .ii u ii 3 in i'uv, oi iijiuity to Soldiers, Widow's and lnvai'dV l'i iisi jus, Acl &o. d-tf It IIA1U! SOX'S 1'ICTL'ltU GA1.I.KUV, JL Main, oppoaito Dank Street, St. Albans, t., (I'p Mairs.) Open all hours id' tho day, (Sundays excepted.) All tho latest styles of pic ttiKsma.le at this Gallery. Albums and i'ic- i re rraiiics, Stereoscopic and card l'ictutvs of i rinont Scenerv, nil at low prices. Call early and o.ten T. (1. I.ICUADDSON, 1 7 i. X'ropnetn: . t S. SOltWlt'H, l'ractical Steam and V T OasVittr r. Drass and Iron Uoods of every description, for steam, water, and tan. duns .Hid locks u-paired, and kevs lilted, .e. St. Mbmis. Yt. 17-1 v ISitOTMlCHfi, CHANTS. IKON MKIi- l)(.ilcirt in N.iiij. Olass, Oils, lV.iuta, Axrieul t ii.ii ) oolij, vrhicb wo offer at a low carh liKH''. Corner Lake and Main streets, r,t Albans, March 10, 1601. 1-tf WI.V1M.US WVJIA.V, dealer in Fine Watch V es, ( locks and Jewelry, Sterl n' Silver anp Mlvtr I'lated Ware, l'aney Goods m great va in tv. Watf'li llepairing and Engrav.iig. St. Albiins, At. 10IJ J T C POST A CO., dealers in Dry Goods LJL and choice l'amilv GrocerieH. Corner oi lam and l'airiield Strceiu, St. Albans, Yt. 117 II. c. tost, i.. j UEWCAN HOUSE, Uichibrd. Yt., Jerry D. .OL Sweatlaud Proprietor. This Houso is locat i d in the centro of tho village, near the Custom House. l'ost-Oilico and Mill. 10!)-lv KILL A SAl'TOltD, Attornovs ut Law, and Solic tors in Cliancerv, OOico, Lake Street St. Albans Yi. d32.,fcw22i-tt,. M. J. Hii.-, G.A. S.U'ronn. J-lt'liAlil) S.1UTU, Dcalerin Drugs, Patent V JIi-urIiics, Dye Stuli's, Dooks, Stationery, 'pichrord, Yt.Dec, 180S. Iy-2i7 H1UA.U J'IKItCK, i'jiori'.ii:Toii of Tin: 4 WW TJ. T n 4 W TJ n TT S T? I I -.-k. O-l A. J i XV J. u J. 1 XJk W W I ' X. t . 1!I7 HT. Anj'.AHS, VT. (.. M.PIEUCK Cui'.'.K. HORACE P. HALL, M. D. (Late or tho Army, Ac.,) lias returned to St. Albans, and may be found for tho present at tho American Hotel. Piii'ticnim' attention paid to Op erative Surgerj'. l-VJ-ly DA V I D C It A W V O It D, Book Binder and Blank Book Manufacturer, Kingman Block, St. Albans, Vt. ISook Binding in every stylo from the cheapest to tin. nii-ist cohIIv. mid ill diini. in i tl'orollirb lumner. Dec. '20 1807 lSCinO GRAH I AM" FLOUR. A .suiicrior article of Graham Flour, for sale it the store of BAItNES ,V t'ltOWLKY, d3;l-tf Lake Street. ITOTIOn. Mr. F. L. Goodspced's New House at Missi- pioi Springs, is now ready for the reception ol tioardtrs. d:ifl-lf H.-2-eriiovecl. It. s.S. CLAUK lias removed to otitb Main Street. Ollico at his reside 1) M. Albans. t May. 2, 180r IMPORTANT TO SOLDIERS THEIR " WIDOWS. fnilOSE IA'TEHISSTEI) AUK 1IKIU311V .1, notified that I am agent to transact all biifi tiess pertaining to pensions, bounties and back pay. Claims of tho abovo nature can bo pre nentC'd, and their ullowances obtained, by appyl tug to WM. BUIDOES. St. Albaiid. May 10th 18GC asakhs s. hybs, lD'U.l.ll t.N M.I. K1MH id 10 (ass Groceries ! DAItlKlW BLOCK, .ST. AI.IIA.VM, VT, Con-intlng In part nf Flour , 1 l ' ... . (, SV'fr;', 7Wf, riui'iii.v Muliiii! Life Insimuu'O Co,, Aii,iaiwiiu.Mt,..iipi, toas-iortineiii i.ioii t-;- let aiticie. Jht iii niul fragrant. Mm i" ()!' IIAHTFOKD, CONN. Mnyo, and the delicious wood viol. ,m.l nil . ,, other choice and fragrant pcifim:'". A favorable opportunity is presented to oner- gotic niul reliable biifincti men who can devote TJZJXT.il ASTD I)Tr33 : their cntiro time to tin1 business, tn represent tills old. staunch, and most successful Lite Com- I Pull' and Tow dor Boxes, Cologne, Toilet ''oaph, paliy, in unoccupied territory in tho Stale ol 'I'eoth v. nshcg and Powders. Brushe;-: kA Vermont. The tunny popular features peculiar i Hair, 'i'eoth, Nail, Tnirtiit, Ac, Ac. ' jo the Plxenix Mutual, and the great advantages rp lr, i,,. jfu ',''6cWlties und Ins it oners to the insuring puWic-lts i jreedoin Irem ,.;,., f(,r t1lf. tnUot V( jf m j1h ol j,,,, restrictions on travel and occupation -ili sion- r15- -tlie. eonomy otthe inaua inent,aiidili'larf.'p miiiunl dividenclti, reiidi r it the inost prnlltaMe ' mil flliv to AgClltx lli-irousol reallzillj,' a liailil- nine competency l.v their euti rprise and em r- umtiK 1'iiiiitir.ti.tii.v v tiion ftm-rnriMp , .,;;., t. nviu-niMv- , - r. . . l .i r..i T i I. . T I... cm:uo 'ill x iui'iiix jiumi;u j.iir ra. .'i. ll(i-tl' I'nion llloclc. llutland, Yt. STAGE ARRANGEMENT, ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, I8G8, AN i:STIt- FOUR-HORSE OOAOHi Will run fn.lu St Alhr.n to Sheldon, as fol- lows : l.i nve SI. Albam everv day at '2 o'clock p. in. Arrive at Sheldon at 1 o doc); p. in. J.eavo Sheldon at 8 o'clock a. in. An ive at St. Albans at 10 (clock a. m. H. JEXN'ISOX, rropriolnr. .St. Albans. May l.th, 1809. dlS-lf New Store and New Goods, C . R . PELL, wit it ROBERT KINGSLEY, 1) 1 SCO I. I,S X E W ilmiC K . 1$ e,i:pM Sfa'CSf'fS j iti. Xx.Sji .i ii , ST. AUJAXS, VT. AYE ir.hl ol)enedtiiebiiK'est stock of Croek- a7JL cry, eomprising all the new and desirable pattern's. French, China and Doheiniau Fancy and Table Glass Vi'are, Cutlery and Plated Ware, ever offered in this County. YiV also call attention to our Stock of l'Ul'.EIGN AND DOMESTIC DIIY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, LINENS, FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS AND SMALL WAP.E. The undersigned would rosvcolfnlly announce to the nublie that we have udimted the CAH SYSTEM, and ONE PltlCE. Dri-col's New !!.)(!.. Lake St. St. Albans, Yt, P.OUEUT KINGSLEY. '.Kill Di-iilei's ill nUl kinds of R O 0 E Ti I E S 1..YKEST., ST. ALBANS, Fir's t door above the St. Albans House, keep coiibtautlv on bund a full a-Mortmont of t'onsi.-itng of Flunr. Meal, Provender, Shorts, And 1 eed Of all kinds; Pork, Fish, Ht'lllH. Suirr.rj i'o-.ii, Lard. fier-h Butter And all sorts of articles usually kept in business ot their kind. Highest cash price paid for all kmdn of country Produce. dl-tr WAltD .t BUUNl'.S. HILTON MARKET, P.. C. GA LI j All, Pioinietor. Lhiive recently refitted iny maiket, which is sii)plled with the best (.t Menu, li'lsli, 'l'i Ipr. and liuioagi ii, Drliil and Saiolsi'd Heef AND ALL Table Delicacies of the Sunson ! Now on hand, a nice lot of SUGAR CURED HAMS .'.Nil F U "ii S 1-1 ' HAL11U1T, 1 MAOKEIiUL, COD, CUSP and HADDOCK. Cddf I Kn.Kn rilmirnllun. Tn lie diiii.l, tl" 1 niUHt ptw-oss Beauty and Int -.tiv '. ) Moil ( .t ry n,ii- hr.- iutelli,;i i.ee, 01 (i ALX. CUr EE JJUA'U'.D.TS'tJZ' Uyu-dug tin PA 1'fIIAN I.OTtAV, tho jtuW niul nnist wonderful of all Iho e nsmrtie. By its ilo sill moth niul freckles ntT removed, the skill b comes clean and IratiKpuieiit, and the chock tost ate with tho hue if youth. TV Piiphi.m l.oticr.i can he i.mnii hi THE PEOPLE'S DRUGSTORE! IJ Ii7ai,.Xria , " rmi-h m pure "hibus imu ic iuuiu m ; tl"-' State or Vcir.umt, togetlior with l!eim;idH, i riuid ililiautM. mid all articlow vouuired in a l'liysitlaiii or dmuefctie praftioe. WRiT.intod i pure end of firct quality. This store will be nu (leiv.'Id by none in St. Alban. i Tin-i-o., Muiiildei' Uiv.cea, Supporlers, Ac, .V., Mi l every thing kept in a well legislated Drug Store. S. It. DAY, AG-ENT. . Albans. A t. .Tune. Ih'ii. ldtf WELDEN SPRING WATER Waler front Welden Sjiring, St. Albans, Yer moid, which he.s proved highly cfiicncious in Scrofula, Caiicir, anl all diseasiM oi' the skin, and also for D,vpop-a. Kidney and Liver Com plaints, Gemiral Debility, Ac., Ac., in now for sale, at whoUsale and let nil, at 218 Washington Street, where books mav bo obtained contain ing an analyt;is of tho Water, with ccitifie.ites from physicians and others, testifying to itn beneficial etlects in numerous eases where it Inn been tri"ii. Mi-nc'iAXTH Naiiojiai, Dink, l ! -19, State Street. Hostnn. Del . 7. 1SU1 ( Ik S. GOODWIN, Esf., Agent Welden Spriu;; Waler. Duau till! : 1 wide In r.cknnvlcdgo tho beni -lit I bavo received from tho Welden Spring Water. 1 have been troubled with Disease of the Kidneys tor many ears. I have consulted some ot tne nest pnysieians m tlie country anil iveeiu d no relic:. Some few months fiinco 1 was recommended to try tho lYeldcn Spring Vtatu'. 1 had not taken it long before 1 was surprised to see how much good it had done me. Since then I always keep it m lny room and sel dom drink any other water, knowing eventually it will euro me. As I am aiiMons that others should ho benefitted by my experience, I cheer fully recommend H tc all mitl'ering with the fame di-ease. Ilei-pectfully. J. J. MAY. From Pr.xncis D. Dixon, Esq., Counselor at Law ;nd Average Adjuster, Boston, 17 Mi:r.r Hants UxntAXOK. I Doston, October i, W, ( P.. S. GOODWIN. Dr.Aii tin:: 1 eheeri'ally comply with your re quest to givo my candid 'opinion of tlie merits of tb". Welden Spring Water. For eomo years I have suffered much from Dyspepsia, and hav ing e:.bausti d patent medicines aud the pre scriptions of many physicians, I was advised to try the Welden Spring AYater. I found by tak ing a gHss of tho water before meals it acts as atonic and general regulator of tho system, and enables me to eat any kind of food without in convenience. Tho only evidence 1 can give of my appreciation of itn virtues is a recommenda tion to everv one suffering from Dyspepsia to try it. A out- 1 1 illy, F!!.NK IS. DIXON. Qrixi'v, M.'i.-., Oct. :!, 1H('k. E. i'; GOODWIN, Km-. Du.Ml Sill' My wife has Used ,our iVeldeli Spring Water, and has received great benefit from it. Deforo sho used it who had a bad cough, and had bled from the. stomach or lungs. Tho cough has entirely disappeared and she is as well, or better, than hhe lias been lor ten years. Very respectfully your old servant, JOHN T. AVILLF.Y. Proprietor of Hancock Houmo, (Juincy. jiff" Letters from many other persons can be Hcnu at the office. E. S. GOODWIN, Agent, llOlf 313 AVashhigton Sheet. Boston. TI1K UNITED STATES Life and Oasuality Insurance Company HO. 1, EXCHANGE PLACE .HOUSE V CITY, N. .1. New York Office, 98 Broadway. This Company ollem all the advantage other Lifu Companies, with many entirely new and IMPORTANT FEATURES. 1. The Lowt.st Ba'itu or Pnr.MiiMt of any Mutual Company in Amrrica, aud fully e.pial to 20 tier c;nt. .DIVIDEND IK ADVANCE. 2. Policy-holders can receive Cojiphnsatio:; ia case or Disabling Accident, at ratea or Prem ium :o Hiahr.it than is usually charged for Life Insurance only. ;). Policies No.Poi;iT.iTi.ii after Two Pay. moid. i. Annual Dilden.U mado N.ui-Forfeitnblc. 0. Loans on all Policies. 0. Liberal Permission to Travel. 7. A DnrnsiTK Cash SriuiKSiuut Value guar iinti e in all Policica. EDMUND C. FISHED, President. JOHN B. CHUltCH. Jr., .Secretary. C.AV. DUCK, Agent for Northern AYrmont. MAIN BTltEET, ST. ALBANS, YT. AGENTS WANTED. d 14 1 Sm. Wo Challenge the World, fpilB auhscribiiih having t'ctiucd ilieir place X of lmiiiP8M to l''o,nuli-y Street, Would ro apfictrully htate to the eitlKoiia or St. Albans and vicinity, that they nre thiuikful inr pnt favors confered upon tin to, and nw now prepared to' do alt IttiiiN of wort, in their Hut ol' lul i,i t, and r i ctliilh r. i iintienam.-e of their patronage. X. It. Pdl'tieu! II utt liti-Jii paid to iiM't !e:ieh i 1 i i' an 1 1 i i! iletiiiu li'ii-.j. H au(( a -ure cure ai- I routed or no nav n unii.'.l. Lame linreA of all Kllill . HV'il 11 iliet'l anv cine in tliein. i.. WOOD A CO. strei t i. '. ', Yoo. U-1'. v. i, v,-,. - ft;it'I''!' i;ir.i.o.: WII'ITER KXT! l. I. AMI t I.I.I W ilREANGEHENT. ComtneiiCinR Hov. 30. 18U8. ni.i:,s oi'txo sol'Tlt ASi: lSAST '.ei K. .M!imi at 0.20. m., l'.l.0. noon. and 7.'.''! n. i.i. .Mail Irani le.ii"st Albans at 0:S0 n.ni.. eMiiieci. at JlntiintitoM with ltutlaud itoiii tMlli I, l.t White liiur .Timet ion and Dellunn Falls with trains 1' ir Doston, Worcester, Springfield, ano with ti.iins on Piis'Uinpsie II It., nrrives at New York .d t'l'l.") p.m. Dn nipri-sa loavoa 3tontrcal at l;-10 fl. in., St. John- : t 10:00 a. m., Ogdensbitrgh at 7j00 p.m., IoiItc .it Af done; leave 7: W a.m., Uonso's Point 10:J. : . in., for Podon, Ac, arriving in Doston, via. Lowell at lC::Mn. m. Night Expiesn leavoa Ogdensbnrgli at 11:30 a. m., 'iMonlioal at 0:30 p, in., Kouse'ii Point at 6.40 p. in., St. Johns at l:.it) p. in., arriving at Doston at 8.') a. in., connecting a! ISellowo Falls with Cheshire ltoad for Boston and Worcester and with A'erniont Valley Uailroid for Spiinxfioid, A c, and arriving in KewYork at 13.30 p. in. Til MNH nolSO SOUTH AIH) VVKRT. Leave St. Albans for Montreal at iklu a. m.. and 0:53 p. m . For House's Point, Ogdeiisburgh and the Yi.s:t at 0:0." a. m., and 2:b" and (l.5ii p. in. Day Express leaves Doston via. Lowell 8.0,1 a, m. lor Darlington, St. Alh.ui". Montioal. Og- iWirn vui Lowell, at 7:0) a. m., via LawiTmvandFitchlmrg.it 7.0 a.n... lensburgii and ost Spriii','lielii i,i 7:1') ' in., for ISurlington, and St. AUjaii-.. Aei'oinniodatiun 'liaie leaved Noitbi'uld t 7:1.1 a. it'., lor Durlingtcn, Kutlaud, SI. Albans, Hon. 's Pi.'iiit. N;.-'iit Lxpro-. Ii a ves Bellow-, eallsat 10.10 m., iii eiving passenger.! from Vermont Valley Itailr. ...1, leit.ing Nev.' York at l'.'.lo p. in., mid I'. I'... nl.i.. il nilf. ,,t .1 linvini. Iti4t(ili n( r.'".l p. n... . r.'inocti.ig at While Pii.' r Jauetion v.i't:i train ! avinit Dostoa at fl:00 i m., IbrBuilin ton, leiu i's Point, Montreal and O.cdennburgli, com.e. tin. r.ilu lii'and Jinnl! Ji'imui lor tlie Vos-. Ski'i nig e ill's ..re attached to onlh ttie i.i, !.i l::pie.-s trail'., running between Ml. Albans nut Boston, a-.idSt. Albans and Springfield. Through tickets for Chicago and the West f-1 rale at the principal station". G. ? IT, RILL, Sup. St. Alo.um Nov. til), 1SCS. Tju'r:..i a so i;i'i;w,v!iT(i.v x-nt vi b VALLEY iiAILBOAD. On and after Dee. Cd, 1::07. trains pi nil as ibiliVivs, via : jtunxu south ..;n r..'.sr. Leave liurli.igton at 8:20 a. m.. 1:"., p. m. :'.:UC 0;i5 p.m. Arrive at ltutlaud at 11:51 a.m. ,1:11' p. in. S:00 a. ra. 12.C0 a. m. Leave llutland at 4:00 a. m., 12:00 m. Arrive Bollows Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 p.m., .t :j:2,'i a. m. Leave Dellnws Falls at 7.00 a. in., 2:3.1 p. in. ".:30 a m. Arrive at Brattloboro' at S;V1 .. m., !):2i) p. in., 4:27 rt. m. MOVIXll XOllTU .VSll WrjiX. Ltiive Brattlcboro' at 11:00 . m., 4;1 5 A tuOO p. m. Arrive at Bellows falls at 1?:'W in., and n:4() and 9:5") p. in. Leave Delio'.vs 1'iill-j at 12. p. ja., 0:1") p. la. lO.th) j). in. Arrive at llutland at 0:10 p. ni., '.1:00 p. in. 12:05 a. m. I.e.' ve Dutland at CM) a. m., 1.20 p. ni., .'S.20 p. m. 1:00 a. m. Arrive at Durliim'ton at !):lr a. ni.. l:2."i ). in., and (1.13 p. ia. 1.1.") a. m. TliAlNS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS : ifa" At Burlington with Boats on Lake l hani plain and Vermont Central and A'ermont and Cunacla Bailroads, for Idoutpelier, St. Albi'.tis, ltouso's Point, Montreal, Ogdensbnrgli, and the YiCbt. At ltutlaud with trains for Troy, Albany and Kew York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady, and tho AYest. At Bellows Falls with trains on Cheshire Bailroad for Fitehburgh, AYorccster, Lowell, and Boston. AVith Vt. Yalloy Ilailroad, for Brattlcboro', Springfield, Hartford, New Ha ven, and licw York and with Sullivan Bailroad for Windsor, AYhito Itivir Junction, AVells llivcr, St. Johnsbiiry, Newport, Littleton, and tho White Mountain:'. Passengers lor tho AViot will find thin a cheap, pleasant, and expeditious route. FOB TICKETS, and all nccciwary information, enutiire at the Offices on tho line. v'-lf. GEO. A. MEP.IHLL. Sunt. OIl'i'IlKIt:; iiAIliHOAiJ. AVHTTEU AK11AM CillHEN I'-IOGO-l). On and after Dec, CCS, Pnue.igei Trains will ran us follow : fl'WAtll) Ti'.AlSS. Duv ilxprcss Train leaves Concord at U).3j a. m., for Wlato llivcr Junction, connecting with trains for Montpelier, Burlington, ltoato'a Point, Montreai, .Vc, and with Ogdensbnrgli and Grand Trunk Bailroads, for tho AYest. Accommodation Train leaves Concord at 10. 10 a. in., lor AVhito llivcr Junction, connecting with train for AA'tlls lliver,St. Juhnsbury.Bartoii, New port, AVilloughby and Magog Lakes, Stanslead, Batb,Lil(leteii, and Lancisfr; also, with trains for Montpelier, Darliastoa, Si. .Vluaas, Douses I Point, Moiitrela, Ogdensourgh, and the West. I Bri-lol 1 rain leaus Co:. cord at 0.27 p. m., f"r Franklin and Bristol. Evening Express Train leaven Concord at 8.20 I p. ia., for AYhito llivcr Junction, connecting with 1 trains for Montpelier, Burlington, St. Albans, I ltoiiso's Point, Montreal, Ogdensbnrgli, and the 1 West. i "Or on arriwl of trains from Bostn:i,o vo.ti r, Poi'tnuoillb. Poltl.unl, Ac. ( kOWA'WAltl) TUAlS.i. Morning I'.xpress Train leaves White ltivei I Junction lor Concord at 1.20 a. m., or on arrival ! of train from Ogdensburgh and Moulrr.il. On I Mondavn at 0.43 instead of 1.20. ' Bristol Train leaves Bristol for C.incoid at 7 30 a. in., and l-'raiiklin at 0.03 a. in. I Mull Train leaves AYhito Diver Junction for I Concord at 12.20 p. m., or on arrival of trains I ovtr tho A'ermont Central, Pasauinp-jio, and j AVhiie Mountains Bailroads. I Dav Exprejfi Train leaves AYhite Diver Junc tion "at f).:i0 p. in., or on arrival of trains liom ! Montreal and Ogdensburgh, Brattloboro', Keene, I Bellow.s 1'alls, AMutlnoi', .Yc, connecting at Con , cord with tiaiu tor Mauelii .iter, Nashua, Lowell and Boston. 1 Theso trams connect at Concord with trains 'tor Jlaiichohti r. Lawrence, Portsmouth, Port land, Naiihua, AYorccster. ow York, Lowell, am1 Boston. ONSLOW STF.AUN.S. Agent. Concord. N. H. Dec 1. 1803. w-tf. i O HOP.T 1T.0CKS of oil kinds, lust received ,D at ' WM.N.riMlTH.ACO'S. HATS, HATS, HATS, OAPS, CAPS, GAPS. All the Styles Just rocelved at WM. N. SMITH. A CO'B. i grahtd owmma "f .A A I -v A. n a r i ! r A ITU J Is) i A T H, i"i POST. & 00,'b i f.UsT lil'.CEIVKD from New Yoik, a splendid i! J Line of of Ni x and ('liiiiet; Dresu tliHids, Including l'nipii-i Clutlm Eiiltigellue, l'reneh Serges h'ik and Wool, Shot Poplins I'leneh Meri lioes, with a great V.i riit; of Plain and Poplin Alpacis, nn.l rhr-.ie Poplitui. all at YP.UY LOW PllICES. Wo lmvo a fuli Line of 111,' LOSS TIMJriX(S! Consisting of Milk IVingos, lllaek and Colored YiilvK liibboitx, with Duttoin and Gimp to Match. Our Stock of Prints Uteaehi-d and Drown Cottons, Dolniiw, in t'.i. t t i lytbing in tlie line of Drineslici, is n'.l. alrto a lull line of ( ii-hiu'.ele", Tailor's Trim mings, Gloves, Hosiery. Shawls, Dutchess Kidds, and i)ieaklaf.t Shawls A ( hoicu lino of Dry Groceries may always be , found in stock-. 1 lease call and exuniino floods aud Prices be I fore purchnHlng i Isewlure. II. O. POST, A- Co ! Our. Main and Fiiirileld Sis., St. Albans. Vt. iLvAvlfnlrr.. ,New Goods! New Goods ! ! I.'lltile in W le.nly for sale dock at if Div Good-, lion op'-n and SONEfe FOS'lERS 1 .A-JV Here Prints, ill will Ibid a lull line o Di l.iius and rhe.ip for Cash. II. IV von will find a full line of White Goods, C Heap lor ( neii. 1 It. 1 1 ion will find a good iisovltiHut of Clothes ' ,'''1 '""biirgs, (hen;) for O.ish. I id a eomplet" line of llo-iery rb;ap for Ciish. Hei, for tb" Null will Ladies, lfeie von v. ill find a larj-i' die- anil Gents Kid Gluves, assortment of La Chea) for C.uh. And here will be found Miss Morcy to chow you a largo assortment of LadicH' Goods, or styles too numerous to mention. In fact, we having adopted the CAS-II SYSTEM, believe we can offer inducements to our customers that no concern doing a eiedit business, will or can af ford. To fiatifi'y youi selves, call and examine iiu.ilitv and prices. .1. P. STONE. I'dwtf GF.O. PFOS1E11. October U. 1803. 14 s On T-jnk-- Street. At GREENE & NIOHOL'S 2) G OR Pi AA' 1' i.nllld ;' gists' fancy full assortment of Drug (;i)od.j iuid Toib t Articles ( OllH-tillg of Di usbes, Combs, a good asMirtiiient of Lilian's Coadray's and ltiuinior.s, Handkerchiel Extracts, Colognes, Pomades, CosmetirjitPH, Ac, c. Hair Oils.Lillio Whites.Toilct Soaps ol all kinds, Tooth and Nail IJ rus h es, and, in fact, IN OUB LINE OF GOODS. (JUKESE & MICHOliS, XO. 1 LAKE STUEET, ST. ALDANS, YT. Alsw, a full asfoitment of iinporled and doniestie O I G- A. JR S AT Lake Street Drug Store, (lv.-2Ki ETOTIOK. riAHE St. Albans Dankol'St. Albans, Yt whoso ,L ('baiter terminated on the 25th day of March, 1KH8, hcroby givo notico that it will redeem its outstanding billi, at its banking house, in the A'ermont National Bank of St. Albans, for one year from the 25th dav of May, 1808, agreeably to the following act. B. DAULOW, Cashier. St. Albans, A t., May 20th, 1808. An act relating to thoiedcinption of Dank not en. It i i hereby enacted, Ac. Sr.. 1. After the expiration of the charter ot any lxok ehaitered by this State, or after tho termination of tho existcnco of any such bank, agreeably to tho lawn of this State, such bank may catiso 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 mdd bank will redeem its outstanding bills, tho day or tlio expiration or its cnartcr or ine date oi the termination of its existeuco, and a copy of this act: and unoti duo publication ol such no tice, neither hticli bank nor its officers shall bo liable to any action for tho non-redemption for any or its outstanding bills, unless tho samo shall havo been duly presented and payment thereof demanded within tho year aforesaid, at tlio banking houso of said hank. Sr.c. 2. After tho expiration of tho charter, or lifter tho termination of the existence of any such bank, as aforesaid, such hank shall ceaso to be subject to Iho operation, or liablo to tho provisions or tno sixiy-iniru bccuoii oi eaapier eiihtv-nino of tho ireneral statutes. Sue. 3. This act shall tako efi'cct from its p.Hsage. Approved Nov. 10, 180(1. May 20th, 1808. 210-ly CLOTHING, CLOTHING, J CLOTHING! CLOTHINO, Tho largest Stock of Clothing, Hata and Caps and Furnishing Goods over otl'cred for Bale in Vermont, is now opened at W.M, N. SMITH. & CO'S, LEGAL NOTICES. ...t-TATC 01" VlinSIDXT Tim Honorable the "n'ranhliii..flVoluto Court for i fVinrl for Hi. i '.strict or Franklin. To till peisons inleiTsled in the chlalo of t.oyni is, I'mii. ot Swatiton, in said District, Glll'.I'.TlNO. WttUUHS rpplieatiiiii in writing has been mado to this L'oitit by tho Guardian or said Loyal 11. Park for license to sell all the leal estate of her said ward, and setting forth there in that fcaid Loyal E. Park ii a tennant in com mon or h.n an interest in certain real ostate hi the I own of Orwell, in this State, and that it I would be eomltteho to tliu interest of said ward ' that the same be sold and the pioceeds thereof pui at interest, invested tn stocks or other real estate And therefore said Couit assigns the 27th day or February. A. D. 18(i!), at the Probate Ollico at St. Albans, to hear and decido upon such application, and that public notice thoieof be ghon to all persons interested therein by publishing this order three weeks successively in tho Vermont Transcript, n newspaper tha"t circulates in the neighborhood of tho persons j inti tested t Herein, all ol which publications . shall bo previous to the timo appointed for a ! hearing: Therefore, you am hcreliv notified to ! appear before said Court at tin thnn and plan I pfoiesaid, then and there to object to the grant, ing of sncli license if you see eausic. Given liiiderinv hand, at at tho Probate Ofilce at St. Albans, this loth day of February, A. D. lSii'J. 2"j-:i MYltON W. DATLEY, Judge. STATE or VEHM.ONT FIIANKL1N COUNTY ss In Chancery. liusscll Aiminglon, Whereaa J. Iltissell Ar vs. ! niiiiKton, of St. Albans. Peter Paro and in the County of Frank- Philemene Paro. I nil aioresaut, lias pre- lerreit nn retiiion to tno t.oiirt ol utiancerv next to bo holdon at St. Albans, within and for Iho County of l'ranklin aforesaid, and has filed said petition with me, Joseph H. Brainerd, Clerk of said Court of Chancery, stating that Peter I Paio and Philemeno Paro, ol' Providenco, in the State ol' llbode Island, on the 5th dav of 1'ebrti. I a rv, A. D.1807, duly executed to tho said J. Itus- sell Armington, a niortgago deed of eertnin I land in tho town of St. Albam aforesaid, de- scribeil as follows: the piece of land leased to said Peter Paro by Lawreueo Brainerd, by lease dated Juno !Uli, lhtKl, being on the south tide of the Lake Ito.id, commencing in tho South lino of tlie Lake Bead nino iods and thirteen and two thirds feet west of a piece of land formerly owned by Peter Plato. Thence Westerly in said South lino of said road lu'no rods and 'four and one-half feet ; thenco Southerly, parallel with the AYest line of naid Plato' land, to land now occupied by John llagin ; thence Easterly on said Uajrin's line nino (0) rods and four anil one-half feet ; thence Northerly, parallel with the AYest line of said Plato's land, to the Lake uoau, io ine piace oi Deginning. supposed to be one acre ol land, Conditioned for tho pay ment of all sums of money which the said Ann ington had theretofore advanced to said Paro, and should assume to pay ; and all notes, ae counts and claims which said Arniiiigton should tlieaeafter havo or hold agaiiiKt said Paro, and should save said Arniiiigton liarmcless for all monies which he had tla retofore. or should thereafter nay ior.or advance to said Peru. And the said Aimiii ;toii specifies a large sum now due and unpaid to liim according to the con-, ditiuii of said Mortgage Deed. And praying that tho equity of redemption of the said Peter Paio and Philenieiie Paro in ths premises, may bo foreclosed agreeably to the .Statute in such case mado and provided". And, whereas, it has been mado to appear to me, Unit tlio said Peter Paro and Philemene Paro reside out of this State, Therefore, by virtue oi tho Statute in such caso mado anil provided, 1 do order tho said P.usscl Arming ton to givo notice to (ho said Peter Paro, and Philemeno Paro of tho preferring and filing of his petition, by publishing tho foiegoing sub stance of his petition with this order of publi cation, three weeks successively in tho Vermont Transcript, a public nowspapcr. minted and published weekly m St. Albans, in said County of Franklin, the last of which publication to ni at loast twenty days previous to the term of the Court of Chancery aforesaid, next to bo holdeti at St. Albans, in and for said County of Frank lin, on tho second Tuesday of April, "A. )., 180!. And the said publication being made, tho said Peter Pai o and Philemene Paro are required to appear in sai.l Court of Chancery, on the first day of the aforesaid Term of said Court, anil then and Micro ansner to tho aforesaid petition of tho said J. Itussel Arniiiigton. Dated at St. Albans. afore.',aid. Hit eicbtb day of February, A. D., 18G9, .lUMLl'll ii. BlfAlNEltD, Clerk. Bailey, Pavis and Adams, Solicitors for Pe titioner. .r)5-'!-w Andrew J. Soulo's Estalc. rj AHE subscribers having been appointed by X tlto Honorable Probate Court for tho Dis trict of l'ranklin, commissioners to receive, ex amine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of Andrew J. Soule. late of Fairfax, in said District, deceased, and all claims and demands exhibited in oil'set Micro ti), do hereby givo notico that six months from tho 2(lthday of January, A. D., 1809, are allowed by sai'd Court to tho creditors of said deceased to exhibit and prove their respective claims be fore us, and that wo will attend to the duties of our appointment at the dwelling house of John G. Faucher, in Fairfax, in said District, on the :50th day of April, A. D, 1800, from 0 o'clock in tho forenoon till 4 o'clock in tho afternoon, on eacn oi said days. Dated at Fairfax, thii 27th day of January, A.D. Vim. J. H. FABNSWOBTH, ) ,.,. 51 II GEO. A. DALLAUD, ) 1 XN BANKUUPTCY. In tho District Court or the United Stales, 'for the District of A'er mont, in tho Mattel of Oliver C. Wait, Bankrupt In Bankruptcy. To the creditors of said bankrupt and all others whom it may concern. Tho undersigned, assignee of the Estate ot said bankrupt, hereby gives notice that it has been ordered by tho District Court of said Dis trict that thosecond and third general meetings of tho Creditors of said Bankrupt bo held at tho ollico of L. L. Lawrence, Esq., in Burling ton, in said District, on tho 27th day of Febru ary, A. D. 1H09, at 10 o'clock a.m., before L. L. Lawrence, Kaq., one of the registers in bank ruptcy in said District for tho purposes named in the 27th and 2Sth sections of tho Bankrupt Act or March 2, 1807. And this is also to givo n otice that 1 havo filed my final account as Assignee of said Bank nipt ; and that at said timo and place I shall apply to said Court for tho settlement of un said accounts and for adischargo from all lia" bility as Assigneo of said Estate, in accord ance with tho provisions of said 28th section. Dated at Georgia, in said District, the Ord day of February, A. D.,1800. H. O. DAUTLETT, 231-1! Assignee. IN TUG DlSTUUir COIMT OK Till. U.VITED STATES rort Tin. Dihtiiict or Ykumost, in the mat ter of JOHN J. BARNARD, Bankrupt, in Bankruptcy, To whom it may con cern : Tho undersigned neroby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of John J. Bar nard, of St. Albans, in tho countvof Franklin, and State of A'ermont, within said District, who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his own petition bv tlio District Court of Baid District. Dated at Burlington, in said District the29th day of January, A. D., 1809. 'J31.W-3 WM. II. HOAT, Assignee. St. Alhan-j, May IS, 1BC3.