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ST. ALT3AJSTS, VT, WTOD NE8 DAY 17, 1S69. Vol. I. Vermont Daily Transcript, . .. . .... ......v. PCJILISIIHD HAC1I HVHMNO. i up-v, m liar,,, Jltoek, Lake St., SI. Mhun,, 17. , I Davis, I'ropviclnr and .Editor. ! ' 1 Tl'.HMS! I i vear, In advance, s x niontliH, in advance fhrt'u months, in advance, . . ..18,00 . . LOO . . 2,00 Vr. 'in month, in advance. . . Advertisements should bo liaudcd in as tally is tlio morning of tho day of their intended pub l ation. BUSINESS CARDS. BARNES A CROWLEY. Dealers in Groceries and West India Goods or every description, Barnes' New Mock. Lake Street, St. Albans, Ver mont. 21ii-tf T HI LARD FARRINGTON, ATTORNEY A Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in Chan a i v. Office with II S. lioyce, Drainerd lllock, -it.' Unmix, i. 212-ly BULKY, IIAVIS tS. ADAMS, COUNSEL 01!M TLW and Solicitor,, in Chni ry. llli' i in I nioii lllock. St. Alban, Yt. !7-tl uANl 11. )VIl r. I'UIKP.VUS, it. f. MUMS. piAISDELL.v BINGHAM, Attorneyo nt Jaw, 1J and Solicitors in I'hmccvy, Cambridge, Yt. h;a b. iu.usii:i.i., ' m. a. iiimuivv. i saiill s. iiyde Dealer in all kinds of .V 1'amily Groceries, llavmw lllock, St. Al . A 2";i oans, Vermoi t. 1 1C. kK. W. TtllHAVI.T, Phvsician and Sur- 1 geon. Graduate of the University of Ver. mont. Olllce: latrlield street, over Messrs- lil.u-deH s ( lotlnng House. 187-ly BKVI'OX v- WILSON, Attorneys at haw, and Solicitors in Chancery. Ollicc in No bli s New lllock, St. Albans Yt. Attend Couits regularly in Franklin, Crleae., jnid Lamoille i ouiitii s. l.VJ-tf U. I. lll.NTON, V. l. WILSON. IU I I. M A X, I) K X T I S T. - - Oflleo ill t ho J. KINGMAN 1II.0CK, Main St., opposite thu uigrigatioiiul Church. 1-lf. TT u. M' (iOWA.V, DK.VTIST. - Qllice y .our Wend .i and Duron's Ding stoic, M. Albans, Vt 2tl MIM't'K, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL . I.OK AT LA i. Also Agent for lir.t ,.is Insurance Companies, and for obtaining ildicrs pay, Ac. Ollicc ovtr Wcitts" store. A. SO WI.KS, Attorney and Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Ollicc over l'ir-t National Bank, St. Albans, vt. P S.. Will atti nd to Collections, and prosecute i units against the. United States for Arrears of P.vy, oi'lloiinty to Soldiers, Widow's and Invalid's I't nsions, Ac., .vc 3-tf O U 11 VIIOSUXVS IMCTl'UH CS.VM.KItV. X Main, opposite llanu Htieet, St. Albans, Vt.,(Lji stairs.) Open all hours of thu day, vSiinUayii excepted.) All tho latest stylesof pic tiirismade at this Gallery. Albums and l'ic ure l'rimiL's, Stereoscopic Mid card I'icturcs ot Vermont Sccncrv, all at low prices, ('all earlx undoltcn T. G. ..ICHAltDsON, " 157-i. 1'roprietor. UT . XtltVICII, Practical Steam mid VY tins Fitter, llrass mid Iron uond" of eer description, for steam, water, and j;as. Gun's mid locks repaired, anil kevs fitted. Ac. St. Albans. Vt. 17.'!-lv IAKUAIl IIUOTUKII.S, I HON Mr.li- JL' C LVNTS. Doalcr.1 in Nails, Ghss, Oils, Paints, Aglicul t irai Tools, which wo oiler at a low cash limine. Corner Lake and .Main streets. St Albans. March 10, 1801. l-tf c WIAUI.KS V V.MAX, dealer in Fine Watch- ts, Clocks and JuwUry, Sterl mr Silver ann Silver l'Uted Ware. Fancy (ioods u meat va riety. Watcli llepairing and I'.nrav ug. St. Albaux, Vt. in;l IT C. POST A CO., dealers in Dry Goods and choice Fhmily GrocericK. Corner ol tain and Fairlield Streets, St. Albans, Yt. 117 H. e. I'ost, i.. jam:s. .illiiliCAN HOL'sK, itichtord, Vt., Jerry It. Sweatlaiid Projirittor. This House is locat nl in tho centre of the village, near the Custom House. Post-Ollice and .Mills. lOil-lv HILL A SAFFOltD, Attorneys at Law, and Solicitors in Cliancer, Olhco, Lake htreet St. Allians Yt. d32.Vw2.U-tf. M. J. 11 1 1 !. G.A. Sai-foiu). RIt'll.VUO SMITH, Dealerin Drugs, Patent Meuieines, Dye St nil's, Hooks, .stationery, c, Ac. Iticliford, Vt.Dcc, 18GS. ly-217 HIUA.11 IUKKCIC, riiopiiitrou of Tin: AMERICAN HOUSE!! 107 ST. A'lT.ANS, VT. 0. M. PIF.ltCF .Cl.KIlK. HORACE P. HALL, M. D. (Lato of the Army, Ac.,) II fit returned to St. Albans, and may be found for thu present at tho American Hotel. I'articiilar attention pa ill to Op erative Surgery. loU-ly BOOK "BINDING I DAVID OI1AWFOI1D, Hook Hinder and Dlank ISook Manufacturer, Kingman Block, St. Albans, Vt. Hook Binding in every stylo from thu cheapest to tho mwst costly, and all done in a thorough manner. Dec. 20 1807 18CtnG GRAHAM FLOUR. A Superior article of Graham Flour, for sale al tho storo of HAHNKS .V C1IOWLKY, tlaa-tf Lake Street. NOTICE. Mr. F. L. Goodspeed'a Now Houho at Missi ipioi Springs, is now ready for tho reception ol boarders. d35-tt .Removed. D It. S.fL CLAIUv has removed to Fouth Mniti Street. Oflleo at his reside St. Albans. Vt., May. 2, 18GI IMPORTANT TO SOLDIERS THEIR WIDOWS. rpiIOSK IX'l'EUKSTEI) A HE 1IKHKIIY J notified that I am agent to transact all busi ness pertaining to pensions, bounties and back p ly. Claims of the above naturo can bo pre j ited, aud their ullowanees obtained, by aiipvl in,' to VM. HIUDGK3Y St. Albani, May 10th 18CC asahei, s. hyde, DKAtXll IN AM. KINDS 01' ?X'St ClaSS GrOCCl'iCS ! HARROW BLOCK, ST. ALIIANS, VT. Consisting in Jin I of J'Vour, i'o'A-, Suyar, d-tf .IV., ilc. ! I'liri'iiix Mutual Ijil'c Insnnuu'C Co,, OF llAItTFOKD, CONN. ; A tavorahlc opportunity in presented to encr- , getie and reliable business men who can devote their entire time to the business, to represent I liH old. staunch, and most successful Lilo Com pany, in unoecniiied territory in tho Stato of Vermont. Thu many popular features peculiar i to thu Fhrrnix Mutual, and the great advantages it offers to the insuring public its freedom from j restrictions on travel uml occupation- its non forfeitable policies -its liberal premium system - the economy of the maliag nient, audits large animal dividends, render it the most profitable Com any to Agents desirous of realizing n hand some eohipettncy by thrir cnfirprise and eticr- rj. Apply to r. Li. jiAisi.ui;i, Statu Agent Plxeui Mutual Life Ins. Co. dO-tf rnion Block, Itr.tlalid, Vt. NEW STAGY ARRANGEMENT. ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868, W l.XTHA FOUR-HORSE 00A0H Will i tin from St Albans to Sheldon, as fol hevs : Leave St. Albans everv dav at 2 o'clock p. : Arrive at Sheldon at ! o'clock p. in. Leave Sheldon at 8 o'clock a. m. Arrive at St. Alban at 10 c.'elock a. in. II. JENNISON, Proprietor. 61. AlbuilM. Jiav Z,Hli, loon. illn-tl New Store and New Goods. C. R. PELL, WITH ROBERT KIMSLEY, I) II I S (' 0 I, I. S X K W 15l ) C IC , ON 3C.AKE STREET. ST. AI.ltAXS, VT. RAVK jlt on ncdtMClaigist stock ot Cioek ery, comprising all tlie new and desirable patterns, French, China and liohemiau Fatiev anil Table Glass Ware, Cutlery and Plstcd Ware, cv oil'ercil in this County. We also call attention to oiu Stock of roiSKIGN AND DOMKSTIC DUY GOODS, WH1TF. GOODS, LINF.NS, I'ANCY GOODS, NOTIONS AND SMALL WAltF.. The undersigned would respectfully announce to the public that wo have adopted 'the CAH SYSl'KM. and ONL 1MHOU. Driscol's New lllock, Lain St. St. Albans, Vt, KU1SKHT KINGSLKY. i'Utl. WARD & BURNES, Dealers in alii kind- of GROCERIES, liAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, First door above the St. Albans House, iiecp constantly on bund n lull assortiuont of FAIMCZLV GROCERIES: t.'ousliing of I'lnui, Mfal, Prownder, Shorts, And teed Ot all kinds; l.rk, Fish, lililllr, Sugar, Teas, l.sid. freiiUlIiltte.r And all suits of articles usually kept in business of their kind. Highest rash price paid for All Kind of country Produce. GIVE US A GAI.Ii. WAitD .v nun NFS. dl-tf FULTON MARKET 5 K. C. GALLAU, Propvictor. f' have recently refitted my market, which is JL supplied with the best of Mruta, run, Trii-, unit Dried unrt Sinokiil Href AND ALL Table Delicacies or the Season ! Now on hand, a nice lot of SUGAR CTTRED HAMS j F RES XI ', HALUUJT, IP I iS II MAOKEHEL, COD, CUSP and HADDOCK. Cd-tf EVERV LADY "Ii:s!liK admiration. To bo admired, lln-v J must possess Heiiuty and lute.liemc. i Most every one lias intelligence, ami ALL CAI7 BE BEAUTIFUL lly using tho PAP1UAX LOT I A V, the latest and Most wonderful of all tho cosmetics, lly its use all moths and freckles arc remitted, the skin becomes clean and transparent, and the cheek roaeato with the hue of youth. The Paphiin LOtiou can no lottiui at THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE I j And also a most complete assortment of all toi- j J"t. articles. The new and fragrant Klor ! .Ma yo, and the deliciom wood Violet, mid all other choice and fragrant perfumis. HAIR DRESSINGS AND DVES : PutT and Powder Iloxes, Colognes, Toilet Soaps, Teeth washes and Powders, llmslies: kiich us Hair, leeth, Nail, Infant, Ac, Ac. Call and see tho beautiful necessities and lux uries for tlm toilet even if jou do not wish to buy JUST RECEIVED Ah full a stock of piire Ii iik as can be found in the State of Vermont, together with HcsinOids, Fluid Ltrncts, and all articles reijuired in a Physicians or domestic practice. Warranted pure and of first quality. This store will be un dersold by none in St. Albans. Trusses. Shoulder Hr.ieo. Supporters, Ac., A., and cm ry thing kept in a well regulated Drug Store. S. R. DAY. ACtENT. st. Albans. Nt. June, ii-O. I.ltf WELDEN SPRING WATER Water liom Weldeii Spring, St. Albans, Ver mont, which has proved highly elltcsciius in Scrofula, Cancer, and all diseases oltlie skin, and also for Dyspeiwia. Kidney airtTLiver Com plaints, General Debility, Ac, Ac., is now for sale, at wholesale and retail, at 218 Washington Street, where books may bo obtained contain ing an analysis of the Water, with cerlilicates from physicians and others, testifying to its beneficia' effects in numerous cases whi le it has been tried. MruciiANTa Vatiuvai. llivi; 2-3 Stute Street. Iloston. Oct. 7. 18(18. l K. S. GOODWIN, Ksq., Agent Welden Spring Water. Dkaii Sin: 1 write tu tcknowlediie the bene fit I havo received from tho Welden Spring Water. 1 have been troubled wiih Disease oi tho Kidneys ior many years. I have consulted some of the best physicians in the country and n eeived no relict. Somo few months since 1 was recommended to try the Welden Spring -ater. I had not taken it iomr before. 1 was surprised to see bow much good it had done me. since then 1 always keep it in my room and sel dom drink any other water, knowing eventually it will cure mo. As I am anxious that others should bo benefitted by my experience, I cheer fully recommend it to all sutlcriug with the saine di asc. Itespectfiillv. J. J. MAY. From Francis U. Dixon, Ksq. , Counselor at Law and Average Adjuster, UostonJ 17 MraeiiAxrs Kxchanoi:. Uoston, October:!, IMS. I. S. GOOinv'IN. Deaii Sin : I cheerfullv coinolv with vour rc- jnest to give my candid opinion of the merits of the Welden Spring Water. For somo years I have suffered much from Dyspepsia, ami hav ing exhausted patent medicines and the pre scriptions of many physicians, I was advised to try the Welden Spring Water. I found by tak ing a glass of the water before meals it acts as atonic and general regulator of the system, and enables mo to eat any kind of food without in convenience. The only evidence I can gno of my appreciation ol its virtues is a recoinineiiila tion to nvery one suffering from Dyspepsia to try it . Your- tiuly, FliANK 15. DIXON. Ql'lNcv. Mass., Oct. 8, lSiiS. K. S. GOODWIN, Ksq. Di:au Sin My wifi has used your Vulden Spring Water, and has received great benefit from it. lteforo slio used it siio had a bad cough, and had bled from thestoniach or lungs. The cough has entirely disappeared and she is is well, or better, than she has hern for ten years. Very respectfully your old servant, JOHN T. WILLEY. Proprietor of Hancock House, Quincy. US Letters from many other persons can bo seen at the oflice. E. K. GOODWIN, Agent, 218 Washington Street, Iloston. HOtf TI1K UNITED STATES Life and Casuality Insurance Company NO.l, EXCHANGE PLACE JEHSEY CITY, N. J. New York Office, 96 Broadway. This Company offers all (he advantage other Life Companies, with many entirely new and IMPORTANT FEATURES. 1. Tlio Lowest Hates ok Phemicm of any Mutual Company in America, and fully ivjual to ner cent. DIVIDEND IX ADVANCE. 2. Policy-holders can receive Compensation in caso of Disabling Accident, at rates of Prem ium no lliuhnn than is usually charged for Life insurance only. 3, Policies NoN-FonrKiiiNO after Two Pay incuts. I. Annual Dividends made Non-Forfcitable. 5. Loans on all Policies. 0. Liberal Permission to Travel. 7. A Df.ffinitk Cash Suiuikndf.ii Value guar antee in all Policies, EDMUND C. FISIIEH, President. JOHN H. CHUllCH. Jr., Secretary. C. W. liUCK, Agent for Northern Vermont. MAIN STREET, ST. ALHANS, VT. AGENTS WANTED. dlU3ni. We Challenge the World, j fP.HE siibselibeib having removed iht ii place , JL oi misllie'-ss to koiiiiiii j street, wonlil ro i spedfully stato to the citizens of St. Albans and icinit). that they arc thankful for past favuis ' coufcrcd upon them, and am now prepared t-i do all kliiiNnruoi u lit Ihclr llitc of lntil iieim, and respectfully a-U a continuance ()f tl ifir p.itronngc, ! N, U. Particular attention paid to overiearli-, iugand iiiterroring hordes and a sure euro var r.'ilitnl or no pav reipaircd. Lame horses ot ill kindf cured if tVen is anv cure in them. K L. WtlOD A CO. "Jll-I;. F..ii'..lr St ret V. L. Wonn. (1. . W. Woou VKIUlO.Vr I KNTllAt, AMI St'I.l.l V AS .UAILUOADS. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Commoiicinu Nov. 30. 1808. j TlUtVS (1UI.NO IIOOTil ANl: KAHT Leave St. Albans at 0.2')a. in., 12.0! noon, I and 7.20 t. in. i Mail Tiaiu leaves St Albana at C:20 a.m.. and connects at lbulingtou with ltutland lioad, at : White llivi r Junction and llcllowa Falls with trains lor llostou, Worcester, Springlield, and ' with trains on Passnmpsic Jt It., arrives st New York at 1U:1j p.m. I Day ExprcsM leaves Montreal at 8;40 n. m., St. Johns at 10:00 a. m., Ogdensburgh at 7:00 p.m., i lodge at Malone: leave 7:4.r a.m., House's Point 1 I in:-!.) a. in., for llostou, Ac, arriving in jsoston, fvia. Lowell at 1U::1U P. m. ; j Night Express leaves Ogdensburgh at 11:110 a. , in., Montieal at 3:80 p. m., House's I'oint at fi.lt1 1 p. in.. St. Johns at 1:50 p. m., arriving at llostou j at 8.10 a. m., connecting at llcllowa Falls with; j Cheshire Koad for llostou and Worcester and J ' with Vermont Valley llailroad for Springlicid, Ac, and striving in New-York at 12.110 p. in. Tl'.AtNS OOISO NOKTU ANl) WF.ST. Leave St. Albans for Montreal at I:10 a. m.. and (1:53 p. m. For Konse's Point, Ogdensburgh and tlie west at ti:ua a. in., ami a:j and ii.iiii p. in. Day Express leaves llostou via. Lowell 8.0.1 a, ' in. for liurlingfon, St. Albans, Montreal, Og- deiifJuirgh and West. Mail Train leaves Jloston via Lowell, at 7:01 a. in., via Lawrence and Fitchburg at 7.:0 a. lis. ! Springlield at 7:13 a. in., for lliirliugton, mill I St. Alluiis. Aeconimodatioii Train leaves Noithfield t 7:15 a. m., for lluilington, Hulhuid, St. Albans, House's Point. Night Express leaves llellows Falls at 10.1(1 p, oi., receiving passengers trom Verniont Valley Ihulroad. leaviutr New York at 12.15 p. in., and from Cheshire Hailroad, leaving llostou at 5:30 p. in., connecting at White Hiver Junction wiln train leaving llostou at 5:U() p. in., for Hurling ton, House's Point, Montreal and Ogdcusburgii, connecting with Grand Truuk Trains tor tho West. Sleeping curs aie attached to both the nigh! Express trains running between St. Albans ant llostou, and St. Albans and Springlield. Through tickets for Chicago and the West fni sale at tlio principal stations. G. MEHHILL, Sup. St. Alnans Nov. ;!0, 1808-. EI!TJjANI AXU HtJUl.IX.TON ,1X11 VT VALLEY HAILHOAD. On and after Deo. 2d, 1SG7, trains will rui as follows, viz : novi.Nrt south and r.Asr. Leave lbir'.I.igton at 8:30 a. m., 1:35 p. m. 3:SC 5 p. m. Arrive at 1 Jutland at 11:25 a. m., 1:K p. in. 8:00 a. m. 12.50 a. m. Leave Hutlaudat 1:00 a. in., 12:00 in. Arrivi Hollows Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 p. in., A 3:25 a. in. Leave llclhuvs Falls at 7.50 a. rn..2:25p. m. :i:30 a m. Arrive at Dratt.eboio' p.f 8:M) a. m,, 3:20 v. in., 1:27 .v. m. MOVING NOIITH AND WEST. Leave ilrattleboro' at 11:00 .. m., 1;13 A' 'J:0D p. in. Arrive at liellows Falls at 12:00 i. m., and 5:10 and 0:55 p. in. Leave Dellovvs Falls at 12,'IJ p. u., 5:15 p. in 10.00 p. in. Arrive at Rutland nt 3:10 p. in., J:00 p. m. 12:35 a. m. Leave Hutlaudat (i.OO a. m., 1.20 p. in., 3.21 p. m. 1:30 a. m. Arrive at Utirliiigton at 0:15 a. in.. 1:25 p. m., and 0.15 p. m. 1.15 a. m. TRAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS: itiT At Hurlington with Iloats on Lake Cham plain and Vermont Central aud Vermont anil Canada Railroads, for Montpelier, St. Albana, House's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, and tin West. At Rutland with trains for Troy, Alb in.i and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady, and the Went. At llcllows Falls witli trains on Cheshiro Hailroad for Fitehburgh, Worcester, Lowell, and Roston. Witli Vt. Valley Railroad, for ilrattleboro', Springlield, Hartford, Now Ha ven, and New York and with Sullivan Railroad for Windsor, White River Junction, Wells River, St. Johnsbury, Newport, Littleton, and the White Mountains. Passengers for the West will find this a cheap, pleasant, and expeditious route. FOR TICKETS, and all necessary information enquire at the Offices on tho tine. vv-tf. OEO. A. MEHHILL. Sum. N OUTIIKUiV HAILIIOAIJ. WINTER AKllAlMUKMENr 18080. On and after Dec, 18f, Passenger Trains will run as follows : ITVVAM) TllAINK. Day lixpri ss Train leivcs Concord a lr10.33 a. in., tor white River Junction, connecting with tiains for Montpelier, Burlington, Rouse's Point. Montreal, Ac, aud with Ogdensburgh and Grand Trunk Railroads, for tho West. Accommodation Traill leaves Concord at "10.40 a.m., lor White River Junction, connecting with train for Wells Hiver.Bt. Johnsbury, Rarton, New. port, Willoughby and Magog Lakes, Stanstead, Uath, Littleton, and Lancaster; also, witli traiiib for Montpelier, Hurlington, St. Allians, Rouse's Point, Moiitrela, Ogdensburgh, and the West. llristol Train leaves Concord at 3.27 p. in., foi Franklin and llristol. Evening Express Traill leaves Concord at 8.20 p. m., for White River Junction, connecting with trains for Montpelier, lluilington, St. AlbaiiB, House's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, and the West. Or on arrival of trains from Roston, Worcester, Portsmouth, Portland. A-c. DOVV.NWAItl) T11AI.NS. Morning Express Tram leaves White Rivei Junction for Concord at 1,2b a. m., or on arrival of train from Ogdcusburgii and Montreal. On Mondays at 0.45 instead of 1.20. llristol Train loaves Uristol for Concord at 7 50 a. m., and Franklin at 0.05 a. in. Mail Train leaves Whito River Junction for Concord at 12.20 p. m., or on arrival of trains over mo Vermont uemrai, rassuiupsic, auu White Mountains Railroads. Day Express Train leaves Whito River Junc tion at o.uo p. m., or on arrival ol trams trom Montreal and Ogdensburgh, Rrattleboru', Keene, Uellows Falls, W indsor, Ac, connecting at Con cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell and Uoston, These trams connect at Concord with trains for Slanchester. Lawrence, Portsmouth, Port land. Nashua. Worcester. New York. Lowell, am' Uoston. ONSLOW STEARNS, Agent. Concord. N. IL Dec. 1. 1808. vv-tf. Gr LOVES of all Uinds Just received o. u"i M uii'cir . nra 1 ANTS AND VESTS, for Fall and Winter X goto WM. N.SMI1H, & CO'S Gr O WM. N. SMITH Jt CO'S for your nauts Age n ts W a n t edJ Fou thf. Pkom.f.'b Fun ion of Conybearo &. Howson's Life and Epistles of SAINT PAUL. W itb an Eloquent and ablo Preliminary Disseitation by Rev. LEONARD BACON, D. D. Of Yaln College. 0EIt 1,00.1 LAHGF. OCTAVO PAGES. An l'iiict liepriiit of the latest English "P '() I'LL'.S EDITION," and different from nil other.', by the substitution, by tho authors, of transla tions and notes in English, in place of numerous quotations end notes in foreign languages. Combines the result of aceurat.' scliul.n ship, antiipiaiian lese.irch and personal observation -leainnil and popub)r,'rt.s. llnpkiiist, il Hums College. 1 heartily commend thif. book. Pre. Il'oof .((, Yaio College. Tlio niost conipletu and satisfactory tiealise in modern lilcrature.- Kdinbttryli licKietc. A iierlect Magazine of facts, -ItMwp J. II . CVitcA', of (.inciiinati. It is the one boot! upon t lie " Now Testament " which every family, aud especially every Sun day School readier should, if possible pioetuo and study. I'l-ofenr VVrtc, of Yale A rich mint! of instruction. Prof. J'dienrdt .1. Port:, Andover Theological Seminary. It is interesting, I had almost said fascinating, to common minds. -Prof. Pond, angor. Commending tins book is but gild ng gold. Ilee. C. II. Taylor, 1. )., Ciiiciuuati. It is invaluable to the student and general reader. liishoi' Williams', of Conn. One of the most interesting and instructive works that has ever fallen under my notice. '?,. Cttxu-etl, llrown's University. Every intelligent llible reader should possess n copy.- President kdirards, Washington and Jefl'erton College, Peiin. I regard it as one of the best books ever writ ten, Prof. .Vow, Hartford. Send for our descriptive circular, giving lull particulars and terms to Agents. Address, s. s. si UA.vrox : c.'n. 2j3-1vt Publisheis, Hartford, (!.inn. GRAND OPENING ! O F FALL GOODS ! A T H, 0, POST , & 00. 's JUST RECEIVED from New Yoik, splendid Line of of New and Choice Dress Goods, Including Empress Cloths Epiugclinc, French Serges wins aim wool, Miiot I'opnns J Tencli Jlen noes, with a great Variety of Plain and Poplin Alpacas, aim uncno ropims, an at vr.m LOW PRICES. Wo have a full Lino of D U E S S T It I M JIIXOS! Consisting of Silk Fringes, Ulack and Colored Velvet Ribbons, with Uuttous and Gimps to match. Our Stock of Prints Bleached and llrovvii Cottons, Detains, in fact everything in the lino of Domestics, is full, also a full line of C.isimeies, Tailor's Tiim mings. Gloves, Hosiery, Shawls, Dutchess Kidds, and Uieakfasl Shawl A Choice lino of Dry Groceries may alivays be found in stock. Please call and examine Good- and Prices be fore purchasing elsewhere. II. 0. POST, A Co Cor. Main and Fairfield Sts., SI. Albans, H. d.VvvtfnlOO. New Goods! New Goods ! ! Entire noW stock of Dry Goods now op'-n and ready for sale at STONE&FOSTERS Here vou will find a full line o Delaius and Prints, (.heap for Cash. Hciv vou will find a full line of Whito Goods, Obeap for Cash. Here you will find a good assortment of Clothes and Coburgs, Ac, Cheap for Cash. Hero vou will iind a complete line of Hosiery for tliol.adies, Cheap for Cash. Hero you will find a large assortment of La dies ami Gents Kid 01ves, Cheap for Cash. And hero will bo found Miss Morey to show you a large assortment of Ladies' Goods, of styles too numerous to mention. In lact, wi having adopted tho CASH SYSTEM, believe we can offer inducements to our customers that no concern doing a credit business, will or can af ford. To satisfy yourselves, call and examine quality and prices. J.P.STONE, 123dwtf GEO. P FOSTER. October 8. 18C8. Q LI. AT BHECK & WETHERBEE'S FOU DltESS GOODS, DOMESTICS, WOOLENS, SHAWLS, WHITE GOODS, aLOVES, HOSIERY, POCKET KNIVES, NOTIONS, AC. -ALDO TEAS, COFFEES, SUOARS, SPICES, RAISINS, CRACKERS, BROOMS, KEROSENE OIL, ALT, AO., AC 110-tf LEGAL Notices, Tho Honnrablo the Probato Court for the District ul Trunklm, jimincr or M-aiiKlin. of j.3ui i.. rant, oi bwanton, in said District, ... , , liltEETlNO. W IIFIII'.ak ni nl enttriii tu -!ll.w. i,n I....... made, to this Court by tlio Guardian of said Loyal E. Park for license to sell all the real estate of her said ward, and setting forth there in that said Loyal E. Park is a tennant in com 111011 Or ll.l-l lit) illtnt-put in ...,i-l ..l.i wtnl ...l.ln t - - ....... . ... . ...... ...... w,3,o,U i 1. the tonn of Orwell, in this State, and that it "ii ciiiiuucivo 10 ma interest oi gam ward tb:lt tlinunllln tin Miilil nml tit., iii-nflnnil V...n..c put at. interest, invested in stocks or other real estate And therefore said Court assigns tho 27th day of February, A. 1). 18G9, at tlio Probate Office at St. Albans, to hear and decido upon such application, and that public notice thereof be L-iv'eii tn nil ii..r.ium liitm.ntjl iln.v..l.. 1.. publishing this order three weeks successively in tlio Vermont Transcript, a newspaper tbt iiiiiiimcs in me uciguuornooii ol tliu persons interested therein, all or which publications shall be provious to tho time appointed for a hearing; Therefore, you am hereby notified to uiqit.u- oeiore sain uouri at in tune anil place aforesaid, then llllll t linrn In nlili-ct tn tun trpniil - iug of such license if you see cause Given under my hand, at at tho Probato Oflleo at St. .Mbans, tins Kith dav of February, A. D. 1800 253-3VV MYRON W. BAILEY, Judge. STATE or VERMONT FRANKLIN COUNTY hh In Chancery. T. Russell Armington, Whereas J. Russell Ar mington, of St. Albans, in tho County of Frank lill aforesaid, has inc. vs. Peter Paro and Pliileiuene Paro. fcrrett his Petition to the Court of Chanccrv next to bo hidden at St. Albans, within and for the County of Franklin aforesaid, and has filed said petition with me, Joseph 11. Braiiicrd, Cleik of said Court of Lhancery, stating that Peter Paro and Philemene Paro, of Providence, in tho State of Rhode Isiiind, on tlie 5th day of Febru- rv, A. D. 1807, duly executed to the said J. Rus sell Arinington, a mortgage deed of cert in laud in tho town of St. Allians aforesaid, de scribed as follows: tho piece of land leased tn said Peter Paro by Lawrence Uraiuerd, by lease dated Juno Dtli, 180:1, being on the south side of tho Lake Road, commencing in tlie South lino of the Lake Road n i.e mils and thirteen and two thirds feet west of a piece of land lormerly owned by Peter Plato. Thence Wtsteilv in said Mint li line of said road nine rods and "four and one-half feet ; thence .Southerly, parallel with the West line, of said Plato's Intnl. to land now occupied by John Hagin ; thence Easterly on said llagiu's line nine (0) rods and four anil one-half fiet ; thmco Northerly, parallel with the West lino of said Plato's land, to the Lake Itoad, to the place of beginning, supposed to bo one acre of land, Conditioned for the pay ment of all sums of money wine the said Anit liigton had theretofore advanced to said Paro, and should assume to pay ; ami all notes, ac counts and ciiiims wiiieli said Armington should theaeafter havo or hold against haid Paro, and should save said Armington harmcless for all monies whHt he had theretofore, or should ihcioaftorpav for.or advance to said Pcro. And tho said Ai iuin ton specifics a larco sum now 1 1 iio aim unpai i to mm according to the con diti .n of said Moitsjago Deed. And praving that the equity of redemption of llie said Peter Pato and Philnnene Paro in the pi onuses, may be foreclosed agreeably to the Statute in such case made and provided. And, whereas, it has been made to appear to me, that tho said Peter Paro and Philomenit Paro reside out of this State, Therefore, bv virtue ot tlio Statute in inch caso made anil piovided, I do order tho said Hussel Arming ion to give notice to tho said Peter Paro, and Philemene Paro of tho preferring and tiling of his petition, by pub.i.slung tlie foiettoing sub .tanccofliis petnion witli this order of publi cation, three weeks successively in tho Vermont Transcript, a public newspaper, piintcd and published vveekiy in St. Albans, in said County of Franklin, the last of which publication to jo at least twenty days pn viotu to the term of tho Court of Chancery aforesai , next to be holdtii at St. Albans, in ami for said Conntv of Frank lin, on ihu second Tin sdavof Apnl, 'A. D., 1809. And tlie said publication being made, tho said Peter Paro and Phi eiucno Paro are required to appear in tai.l Court of Chancery, on the first day of the aloresa.d Term of said Court, and then and there answer to the aforesaid petition of the s id J. Hussel Armington. Dated at St. Albans, aforesaid, this eighth dav of February, A. 1). 1800, Jo.iEPH II. 1IHAIVERD, Clerk. P.ailcy, Davis and Adams, Solicitors for Pe titioner. 55.3-vv Andrew J. Soulo's Estate. fPHE subscribers having been appointed by X tlm Honorable Probate Court tor the Dis irict of Franklin, commissioners to receive, ex iiniue aud adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of Andrew J. Soule, lato of Fairfax, in said District, deceased, and ill claims and demands exhibited in offset there to, do hereby give notice tfiat six months from tlie 20th day of January, A. D., 1800, are allowed iiy said t ourt to tho creditors ot 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 O. Faucher, in Fairfax, in said District, on the :10th day ff April, A. D, 180'J, from 0 o'clock in tho forenoon lid 1 o'clock in the afternoon, on each of said days. Dated at Fairfax, this 27th dav of Januavv. A.D. 1800. J. H. FARNSWOHTH, I ,. GEO. A. HALLARD. ' vm "' 51-3 N BANKRUPTCY.- In tho District Court ot the United States, for the District of Ver mont, in tlie matter of Oliver C. Wait, Bankrupt In Bankruptcy. To tho creditors of said bankrupt and aUother whom it may concern. Tlio undersigned, assignee of tho Estate ot said bankrupt, hereby gives notice that it liais been ordered by tliu District Court of said Dis trict that the second and third general meeting of tho Creditors of said Bankrupt bo held at the oflleo of L. L. Lawrence, Esq., iu lliirliug ton, in said District, on the 27th day of Febru ary, A. D. lbfiO, at 10 o'clock a.m., before L. L. Lawrence, Esq., one of the registers in bank ruptcy in said District for tho purposes named in the 27th and 2 th sections ol the Bankrupt Act of March 2, 1807. And this is also to give n otico that I liava filed my llnal account as Assignee of said Rank nipt ; and that at said timo aud place I shall apply to said Court for tho settlement of my said accounts and for iv discharge from all lia bility as Assigneo of s.iid Estate, iu accord ance with thu provisions of said 28th section. Dated at Georgia, in said District, tho 3rd dav of February, A. D.,1800. H. O. RARTLETT, 25-1-3 Assignee. IN Tin: District Couht ok thu United Statm roit Tun District ov Vekmont, in tho mat ter of JOHN J. BARNARD, Bankrupt, in Bankruptcy, To whom it may con ccrn : Th'Hiiidersigiied ncreby gives notice of his appointment as assigneo of John J, Bar nard. of St. A bans, in tho county of Franklin, and Stato of Vermont, within said District, who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon Ids own pet tion by tlio District Court of said Distnot. Dated at lluilington, in said District the 39th day of January, A. D., 18G9. 251-W-3 WM. II. HOYT, jUilgtw, St. Albana, May 15, 18C3. anaret.