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VJQRMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, FEBRTJAEY 27, 1S69.
Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALBANS, VT. SATCUPAY, FKlUtUAJlY, 27, lfiO'J. Travelers' Guide. inniVAi. or lAR'-tsiiEK riui.NS. From the South and East, 5,18 n. m., 11.15 a.m (,FrL"li!ifflSl atut West, 7,20 a. m., 11, W a.m.. C50 p. in. From Montreal, 11 15 a. m., C4up.in. DKrAllTUltK OF l'ASSI'.SClEll TUAlSh. ror thu South ami Kant, 0 20, a. m., 12 0 in., 'rorVtoiim-'H Point and Went, 0 05 a. P. m. For Montrt.il, C 10 a. m., C 55 p. m. m. 2 If 1U1J.T AllIllVAL OF HTAOES AT Sr. AUANI. From Siscetsburgh and Franklin, 700 p. m. From ltichforil and Sheldon, 500 p. m. From Sheldon, 10 00 a. m. From BakeMflcld, 11 00 a. m. UAII.Y HF.l'AimiRF. OF STAOV.S fkoii r. amia.nh. For Franklin and Sssectsburgh, i 30 a. For Sheldon and Riehford, P 30 a. m. For Sheldon, 2 00 p. m. For UakerMidd, 1 00 p. m. Stages call at the several hotel-? In town offices at the Tremont Honeo. Stage I'UISINO Or THE MS11.S. Mails for New Yoik close at 5 00 a. m. und 7 00 Mails for Hoston clo!e at 5 a. in. and 030 p in. Mails for Alhanv and the West close at 5 00a.lil Mails for Canada elot-e at 5 00 a.m. Southern and Northern way mail clone at 5 00 Strangers' Guide. MMIE Y. M. C.A. mcctR even Monday evening .L at their rooms over Win. N. Smith's Store, Main Street. Champlnin Chapter No' 11. A. M. in ets the third Wednesday oseiiing in each month, at their hall in Union hlock. Main Street. Columbus Council No. 1, H. A S. M. meets the second Wednesday evening in each mouth, at their hall in Union" Hlock. Franklin Lodgn No. I, F. A A. M meets the tirst Wednesday evening in each month at their hall in Union lilock, Main Street. Englcsbv Lodge No. 81 F. A A.M. meets the fourth Wednesday evening in each month, at their hall in Union Ulock. Main Street. Crvstal Fountain, Temple of Honor N". 1 meets rvcrv TucMlav evening at their Hull in liiincs lilock, Lake Street. St. Albans Lodge No ;I2, I. O. of Cl.T. meets everv Fridav evening at their Hull in Karnes lilock, Lake'Strect. Rising Sun Lodge Nc. 8 I. O. or CI. T. meets everv Saturday evening, at St. Albans Kay. St.' John the'llaptist Kcnevolent Society (Ca nadian) meets on the iirst and third Wednesday veiling of each month at their hall over E. H Huntingtoirs Store. To Atl vert ln-ri. Tho Vr.ltMONT Daii.v Tli.s.vs-L-RiiT has tho largest circulation in St. Albans and in Franklin County, or any daily paper, and is on that account, ir no other, the best medium for advertising. Local Items. Dim Daily conies of our Those wishing to secure daily paper can do so tit Merrilleld's and Baker's bookstores, its well as of carriers, and at the olliee. Copies of our weekly paper may also be had at these places. The ItT. ltF.v. Bishop Bisskll will preach in St. Luke's Church to-morrow forenoon and evening. TliRllEV. Mil. Marvin, will ofllciate at the Methodist Chapel, to-morrow. Another Storm. The snow storm of the season is upon us, and has raged with great severity for the past twenty four hours, making travel in all direc tions difllcult. The storm South of us, we learn, is more severe than here and the cars "make slow progress very fast." The train that left here for the South last evening had an all night job to reaeli Northlield. The train from Montreal was only two hours late, while the train from the Ogdensburgh was but little behind time. The train duo at 5:48 a.m. arrived at 2 p.m. We notice that many roofs are being cleared of the great body of snow that is upon them. This is as it should be ; and we sjggest that It be done ijOncrally. Otherwise we fear we shall be compelled to chronicle the falling roofs and dam age to property. The Swiss Bkli, Ringers. -It will be seen on reference to our Advertising columns that the Spaulding Biothers, Swiss Bell Ringers, give an entertain ment at Academy Hall, on Thursday evening ot next weeu. Tins company was here about two years ago and their performances gave entire satisfaction Tho Luzerne Union thus speaks of this Company : Tho Spaulding Family of Swiss Bell Ringers gave two en.ertainmcnts in Chaheon Hall, on Friday and Saturday evenings to crowded houses. Their en tertainments consisted ot ham and vio lin solos, and duet?, vocal quartetts, trios and due, s, ballads, and descriptive sketches, together making a most pleas ing musical repast. Each member of the company is not only professionally a musician, but a solo perfomer, and their productions are consequently not only artistic, but chaste and most pleas ingly harmonious. Luzerne Union. Welden Hotel Company. At a meeting of the stockholder of tho Wel den Hotel Company, held at tho Wel den House on the 2Gth of February, Hon. J. Gregory Smith acted as Chair man and Edward A. Smith, as clerk. The new organization was perfected by tho election of tho following gentle men as a Board of Directors, for the year ensuing: Lawrence Braluerd, II. N. Barber, Edward A. Smith, W. Mc Donald and Bradley Barlow. At a subsequent meeting of the Direc tors of the company, Lawrence Brainerd was elected President, and Martin A. Sjyinour, Clerk and Tieautvr. The following gentlemen were also elected n B.illding Committee: TI. 3s. Bnrlcr, Edward A. Smith and V. C. MoLVn nld. The capital stock of the new organiza tion is $100,000. The capacity of the hotel is tobcncirly doubled, and, as has been stated in thcTitANscitiiT.tho work of enlargeniw-nt hasalready commenced. Jackson's Catarrh Siiuir, and Troche Powder, advertised in our olumns, is an excelent remedy for catarrh, occ, as many can testify who have used it. Persons troubled with any of the disor ders which it purports to cure, will do well to give It a tr rt State Items. ADDISON' COUNTY. A. Peek, of West Mr. II. A. Peek, of West Cornwall, shipped to market on the22d, a calf five weeks old that weighed 2-"i2 lbs. The annual fair of the Addison Co. Agricultural Society Mill be held this year on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day, Sept. 14, 15, and 10. I KN N t NO TON COUNT Y . A lodge of Go. id Templars has been organizcu at North Benington. The Pennington Powder Works are advertised for sale. The wadding works of Tucker, Bing ham it Co., of Pennington, have been leased one year, with privilege of buy ing, by parties from lloostck, 3sT. Y.,nnd will soon be sinned up. Mr. Edward M. Welling, of North Pennington, has told to Mr. Rectus March, 1 acres of land, bounded on the north by the railroad station, on the south by MeCarty Street, and on the west by the lands of W. .1. Tomb and others Trice $1,200 cash. That Mr. .losephus Koekwood, of North Pennington, is the owner of four valuable cows, is amply attested from the fact that the four months commen cing with tho Sth of October and end ing the Sth of February, he has made 105 lbs. of butter from them. During that time, ono of them was dry three weeks, coming in the last week ot De cember. At one time they made 42 lbs. u week ; they now make 20 lbs a week. That the butter is No. 1, we can testify from a peixmal test. So says the Ban ner. CALUUONIA COUNTY. At a meeting of the legal vaterj of St. .lohnslmry, held the 20th of February, the town voted to niter its.sttbscription to the Tortland & Ogdensburg R.R., by taking three-fourths of its subscription instoc.t and the remainder in bonds. Thellrst subscription was half stock and half bonds. Since the 7th of last October, O. G. Hale, of St. Johnsbury, has bought and sold $27,450 worth of real estate, all in th..t village and vicinity. Mr. M. D. Jolu.sen, of Ryegate, has sold his farm to Gawn Dunlap for $0,- 000. Mr. J. goes to Mclndoc's Falls. Ward Knapp, ofEast Lyndon, h'js a hen which a few days ago laid a sound egg shell, without the usual filling. It was perfectly empty. Who ever heard of such a thing before? The St. Johnsbury bank has purchas ed the National Bank tf Metropolis, Washington, with a capit'tl of $200,000, which will beadded tothu$250,000 stock of the St. Johnsbury bank, making that a bank of nearly half a million capital. The Bank of Metropolis had voluntari ly gone into liquidation and w. s about winding up its affairs. The premium paid by the St. Johnsbury bank was $10,- 000. The directors have ordered the stockholders of the bank who are first entitled to tho new stock, in proportion to their present ownership, to pay in their respective amount by the lirst of May next. cm tt i : .v u i : n co u n t v . Mayor Ballon, tho Free Press says ha i submitted estimates of receipts for the ensuing year. Tho following arc the estimates in some of the general do partmdnts : Poor department, $4,000; tiro department, $2,000 ; salaries, $1,800; streets and highways, $2,000 ; street lights, $1,000 ; printing, advertising,&c, $500. The amount of the estimate to be raised Ly tax is $24,043. Tho present grand list is $24,050, requiring a tax of 100 cents on the dollar, to raise the amount. The City Council aro author izad to assess a school tax of 25 cents also a tax of 10 cents on tho dollar for the water loan, making a tax of 135 cts on the dollar. RUTLAND COUNTY. Capt. James Hope, of Castleton, is spending tho winter at New York, at tending to his artistic duties. ThoLako Bombazino House, Castle ton, is open for the reception ofguests The firm of Hilliard & Oakcs, of Rut land, has been dissolved by limitation of partnership, .dr. Oakcs goes to Bos ton, where ho takes an interest in tho well known house of Humphrey, Hur sell & Co. Messrs. J. J. Judlln,W. H. Poor, and B. G. Rico, havo purchased of E. W. Gray, of Middletown, a two-thirds In terest In a spring upon h's premises, the water of which is claimed to be identi cal, in curative properties, witli that of the " Middlotown Hoallug Springs." The fir i name ( f the new concern is! "The Middbtuwn Mineral Spring Company." They will make immediate ' arrang iuc.il for bottling and t-hipplng the water. WASHINGTON COUNTY. J An inauguration ball, with a g-eat Masonic and civil levee Is lobe given at the Watcrbury Hotel, Match .Ird. A velocipede school has been opened at Montpeller. John 12. Badger, formerly an esteem ed cltizoi of Mo.ttpelier, died at Atkin son, Kansas on the 22d ult., aged 75 years. WINDHAM COUNTY. .1. V. Crokcr was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Windham county at its recent session in Fayette villc Ten prisoners are now confined in the county jail Fayettevllle. The Brattleboro Woolen company stopped work on Tuesday, and havedis chrrged their workmen about thirty in number. Hollows Falls water power is in better condition this winter than it has been before for many years. Thus far no trouble has been experienced for want of water. WINDSOR COUNTY. Rev. Franklin Butler, Chaplain of the State Prison, now has a book in press giving a minute history of the crime, trial, conviction and execution of John Vard, the Williston murderer, who was executed at Windsor in March. Maple Micar has been made in Lud- low this year. Look Here. 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, Outs, Buckwheat, &c, as usual. Choice brands of Flour arriving, and on hand, worth from $7 to $14 per bbl., all of which will be sold at a small ad vance. Call and examine. S. C. NOBLE, St. Albans, Feb 1st, 1S00. d&wtf d220 wo-1 iiiTii rTwrvi in mi Vi v vvw iiiiihi NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ACADEMY HALL. Thursday Evening, March ith, 18G9. Tho ORIGINAL and ONLY E PAULDING'S SWISS BELL RIMERS, Vocalists, Harpists, Violinists and Commcdians, assisted by OKOltGE DEAN Sl'AULDINO, tho most Wonderful Harpist, In tho svorld, and the only lady that executes three different melodies at one time : also MISS EMMA HAILY. tho charming vocalist. 11 the latest and most popular ballads. Mr. HRNltY EADIiS. the great London sen sation, will introduce his new specialties. Mr. O. C. likEDLE, Violinist. Mr. WM. P. SPAULDIFG, tho astonishing Ilass Hell Plavcr and Harpist, together with a full corps of SWISS BELL PLAYERS, Introducing nesv feature?, performed by no sitni lar organization. Tickets 2o cents, ltc&erved Seats 50 cents. WM. P. SPAULDING, Manager. Meat Market Sold Out, HAVING sold mv meat market on Lake Street, GEO. AV. iiAl.L will carry on the samo im- tho present as agent. My books will bo left with Geo. W. Pall until tho 20th of March 1SC9, svhossill attend to thn settling of accounts, after which, they will be leit with an attorney tor collection tf 11 W. ISA Lb Co-Partnership Notice. mill', undersigned has-o this day formed a J Co-Partnership, under the stylo of BURGESS fit FOSTER for the purpose of transacting a Wholesale and Uetail business in Flour, Grain. Pork, Lard, Salt, and a general ai-sortment of West India Good J. . . Tho Wholesale Dusuiess svill bo transacted at llm nld stand of Sowlos A Elstiuail. and ltetail Trade at the storo lately occupied by Walker Pros. Wn lnin on hand a lartro lot of Choice Hour, which svo shall sell at the present reduced prices without regard to cost, anil at all tunes with 1110 market. ,. .1. .1. liUllUl'J-S, 232 0 C. V. FOSTER. What's in a Name ? SOL) TH MAY D'S PURE CONFECTIONERY. THE REASON WHY ! H. L. SAMSON & Co. PURCHASE their Confectionery .not of South mayd A ;:o., but of th e same parties they isoulhinayd & Co. purchaso of, in Hoston and Nesv York, and therefore can supply tho trado as cheap as Southmayd A Co., and that's svhat's tho matter. n 1222-tl II. L. SAMSON & Co. BLACK Sack Coats in ovcry style, at WMN.SmithA CO'H. Smith's nesv Block. VELOCIPEDE RiDING SCHOOL UL. sUtSON A co. will open their , VRi.o' iPunll Hiinxca school on MONP nest, at DAEIIOW CON CERT HALL, Hall open d.n and evening, 'ttir.tr PBMODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE, Xo, -1 Itiilliiidi Street, (Opposite lievere Unlit-?,) HOSTOX. riMlK Trustees of this Institution take plea X Mire in announcing that they hnve se cured the Fen ice of the eluineiii and sscll liiiown Dr. A. II. HAYEK, late Surgeon U. S. Army, Vico-Fi-eiidi-nt of Columbia College ot l'li.YMeiuliH mid Surgeons, ,Vi TIiIm liiKtitution now publishes the p-tpuliu-and medical booh entitled "Tin- Sel.iue of Ii.lr, oi-S ir-l'er.ervutloii," written bv l)r. Has n. II ttentH upon the HllltOliS OU YOUTH, IMtK.MATUltr. HUt'LlNnoU MANHOOD. SKM INAL WKAKNKSS. and nil DlslIASKS and Al!Usi:softhe(li:Mr.HAl'lVK01tClAN,S. Thir ty thousand copies- koM the hsit year. It it in deed a Pool; fur esery mini, youiif; men in par ticular. Price only il.DO. This Institute lias just published tin 1110. t peril et treatise of this Uindeseroll'. n d the pub lic, i ntitled - it nl Ili-sloliHJ- orWoniiiii, nnil Her 1Im-uk h," profusely illustrated with the ery hest nigra vinx 'I'IiIh book is also from the pen of Or. Hiiyes. Anion",' the viiriouscliap teis mav be mentioned. The Mystery of Life, Hcautiful OlVspiiiitf, -Ileanty, l'ubcitsy Change of Life, --Kj.cch.-i h of the Married. l'reseution to Couccptio.i, Ac. In beautiful l-'iench cloth, $12 01) ; Tin hey .Morocco, full (,'ilt, fil.fll) Either oi these hooka are sent by m iil, securely sealed, postage paid, on receipt of price. Tho "('mho ly .loui-iui of Health," alirst ehifls paper in esery respect, 8 papes, !V2 col tmiH, -published on the 1st of February, and esery month duniiK the year. Subscription pi ice per year only iiOetn. Specimen copies sent Irer to any address, on application to tho 1'ea Imdy Medical Institute. ALIlKltT H. HAYKS, M. ltcMdeni andCon siiltiiif,' Plijsieian. N. 15. Dr. 11. may bo consulted in strictest cijiilidence on ail diseases requiring skill, sccre-es- and experience. 1XV10LA1JLK HKC11KCY AND CKItTAIN ltKlJKF. 20'J-ls I will i;lve one ( lioiisitml Iol lurs vcivniil for any ease of the follosung diseases, svhich the Medical Faculty havo pronounced incurable, that Dr. Itichau's Oolden ltemcdics svill not euro. Dr. Itich.tu'a Golden Halsani No. 1, s ill cure Svnhi isin its nriinarv and secondary stages. such 11s old Ulcers, Ulcerated Sore Throat, Sore Eyes, Skm Eruptions it Soreness ot tho beam, erndicatiiiL' disease and mercury thoroughly. l)r. Itichau's Golden Balsam No. 2, svill euro tho third stages ; and I doty those svlio sullerlrom such diseases to obtain a radical euro without tho aid of this medicine, ssliich does not nrevent tlio patients from eating and drinking svhat they like Price of either No. 1 or 2 : $3 per bottle or two bottles, '.). Dr. Hichav's Golden Antidote, a safe and rad ical cure for Gonorrhea, Gras-ol and all Urinary Derangements, accompanied svith full direc tions. Warranted to cure. Price f'i per bottle. Dr. Itichau's Golden Elixir d Amour, a radical euro for General Debility in old or young, im parting energy to thoso svho havo led 11 life of sensuality. Price, $5 per bottle, or two bottles f'J. On receipt oi price, by mail or Express, those remedies svill bo snipped to any place. Prompt attention paid to all correspondents. None gen uine without the name of Dr. Itichau's Golden remedies, D. H. Hichards, sole proprietor, blown 111 Glass ot bottles. Address, Or. I. II. IIICIIAHDS, f2j0-tf No. 228, Varick St., N. Y, Good Dairy Farm ITsOIt SALE IN MOIUUSTOWN, within one . half mile of Morristosvn village. Farm contains about eighty-live acres of good land, sixty acres cleared, and the remainder svoou-lanu. Four hundred Sugar or Maple trees, with Sap Tubs and Sugar Utensils. A voting Apple urcnaru 01 anoui lou trees. mostly in bearing. House 30 x 4t), in good repair, svith good eel lar. Jlarn 61 x til, with cellar under tho svhole house and in good repair. Punning svatcr at and barn, and pastures svell watered. Forty tons of hay cut from tsventy acres svill bo sold svith the farm if desired. Seven Cosvs. 5 yearling heifers, lb sheep, and a span of good svork horses svill bo sold svith tho place if desired, and all farming tools. All 10 uu sum vei v eiiuuii iui cusn. W. 11. POWERS, Morristosvn, Aug. 15, 1808. 2.10wtf. GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE cures in a very abort time Cuts, lliuiis, Senilis, AVim nils, Ilruisi'S, SpmliiK. Et-)iiii lus, Suit KI11-11111, llii(;tii 111, Cliupiml IIiiiiiIh, Holm K.ozrii 1.1 111 1)4, l-Ylou, Chilblain. &c. It is prompt in action, removcB pain at once. and rcuuccb the most angry looking swellings and inflammations, as if bv magic thus afford ing relief and a complete cure. SETH W. FOWLE A SON, Hoston, Proprietor. Sold bv all Druggists, Grocers, and at all country stores. 2j7-4 A LECTURE TO YOUNG- MEN, Just Published in a Sealed envelope Price Gets. A LECTURE on tho Nature, Treatment and Radical Cure of Spermatorrhea or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual Do b'lity, and Impediments to marriago generally; Nervonsness, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits ; .sieniai and rnssicai iiicupui-ny, lemming mini Sell-Abuse, Ac. Ilv ltOHEHT J.CULVEltWELL, M. I).. Author of the " Green Uook.".ve. Tho svorld renosvned author, in this admirable Lecture, clearly proves from his osvn experience that tho asvful'eonsequenccs of Self-Abuse mas bo effectually removed without medicine, and without dangerous surgical operations, bougies, instruments, rings, or cordials, pointing out a mode of euro at once certain and eil'estual, by ssliich every sufferer, no matscr svhat his con dition mav be, may euro nimseii cneapiy, pri vately anil radically. This Lecture svill prove a boon'to tliousamh'and thousands. i.n iinilnr so:il in :inv address. Ill a nliiin. scaled envelope on the receipt of six cents, or two postago stamps. " Marriago Guide,' Publishers. price 23c. Address tho new, fi. ivunii .Hit CIIAS. J. C. KLINE A CO., 127 Uowerv. New York, Post Oilieo Uox 1.580 "It Works like a Charm." Itennu's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Head nelm. Renno s Pain-Killing Magio Oil cures '-tooth ache. ... Renno'H Pain-KUhng Magic uu cures jNeurai cri.i. Jienno s rain-isiumg .uagic un cures unuicra M 01 bus. Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Rheu matism, Renno's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Lame news. Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Skin TliRenRps. folks soern to bo proud of telling hosv "lama their shoulders aro" of my crick in tho hnilc"nr. "I have cot tho Sciatica" and de light in brafiging that "nothing canlcnro mo!" but svhen svo get such "awful folks" to use Recne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil, faithfully, sve not only cure their lameness and charm away their pains, but svo actually tako all that kind ot "brag out of them I', and they frankly own up andsay, "It svorks like 11 cnarmr Sold by all Druggists, Merchants and Grocets 3 WM.RENNE, Solo proprietor and manufacturer, Pittsiield BAILEY'S BUTTER TUB. Dostox, Dec. 18, 18G8. A. H. Dailkv, Deah Sin : The timn has como svhen the advantages of your tub are apparent ; neanv all Hint sve are recfiving (unless late fall or svintor make) is strong on top ssliich ss-ould not bo tne cane irput up in your tub. If there nro any nice dairies in s our vicinity put up in your tub you may pay fi cents per Hi. moro for them than for Summer dairies nut nil in tho old style tub. In fact svo don't ssant anv Mummer dairies at any nrieo in the old tubs. Wo can buy common butter here lower than von can un there. We think Poul try is dull this sveek. can't tell how it may bo at Christmas. Yours truly SAMUKL MOKLOW fc CO. itfl-tf 2U Noith Market Street. NOTICE. mo FAISMEP.S AND OT1IEUS. -The subscrib X ei's having purchased and lltted up in good order, the Woolen Mill at Sssanton Falls, for merly known as Piatt s lactors, are now pre pared to manufacture Cloths or Yarn for cus tomers, or exchange the same for ssool. A lib eral share of patronage solicited, and satisfac tion guaranteed. N. 11. Olliee in south end oi I actory, where maybe found tho books aiidaccounts of the late linn 01 1'iatitV iiuiKiey. 210-tr .S11SIUH.V lllMsl.l'.l. New Musical Depot, ST. ALBANS, - - - - VERMONT. General Agency for tho ST E I N WAY PIANOS, NesvY'ork; tho G. A. MILLER PIANO, Hoston, and tho ESTEY COTTAGE ORGAN, Prattlehoro, Vt. ESTEY A CO.'S COTTAGE ORGAN TRIUMPHANT ! The Vox lliimuna Tremolo Crowning Improvement, In addition to tho PATENT HAItMONIC AT TACHMENT and PA TENT MANUAL SUB - BASE, Estey A Co. havo now further than over eclipsed all rival makers of lictd Instruments, by tho introduction of their PATENT VOX HUMANA TREMOLO This most s-oiidcrful and beautiful addition to tho Cottage Organ is acknowledged by leading musical characters 111 tho country to bo tho ne iifiis ultra of all improvements on reed mstru incuts. THE FIRST PREMIUM Was asvarded to this instrument at the Ness- York State Fair and tho Fair of the Nesv England States, serniont State J; air, JlissounSlatel-air, and loss a btato Fair, over all other instruments, including Mason A Hamlin's Cabinet Organs, Smith's American Organ-, and Taylor A Farley's. it is very important that purchasers near 111 mind that tho original and genuine Cottage Or gan is made by the House of J. ESTEY A: Co., only. Tho chief points of superiority aro patented is- tncm. and 01 course arc louiul on the mstru meiits of no other maker. Tho undersigned has inado arrangements to lurmsh rianos lrom anv ot tho principal isess York and Hoston makers, on the most reasonable terms, satisfaction guaranteed 111 all cases. Send for an illustrated circular. Address II. A. LYON. St. Albans, Vt. Music, small musical instruments, and musi cal merchandise, at E. II. HUNTINGTON'S Jessx-lry Store. Pianos, Organs, and Melodans, at the subscribers residence on Fairfield Stieet. 522-tf II. A. LYON We Wish it to be Understood By the readers of this paper that we Buy Rags, sialic I'apcr, Sell Hooks, Sell Stationery, Bind Books. Rebind old books, do jod milting, Supply Printers, Supply Merchants, Contract svith Authors, Contract svith Publishers. Contract for Stereotyping, Buy old Paper and Books, Buy Woolen Rags, Publish Fosvle's Speller, Publish tho Vermont Speller, i. ,1.1.-1. Wnitn,.' n;,,i... Publish Prayer Books. Publish tho Vermont Directory, I'uousii acsv Hampshire Directory, Publibh other Books, Employ Ts-po Setters. Want Money and will be glad to hear from you in the svay of Zfis- CLAREMONT MANUFACTURING CO. 252-tf Claremout, N. II. OVERCOATS of all kinds, and cheap at WM. N. SMITH A GO'S. TDLAID WOOL SHIRTS ii: largo variety ofl L sty! os, nosv opening at SY.M. K. SMITH A CO'S. SHIRTS and Drasvers of all kinds now opening at WM. N. fiMITH, A OO'S. CARDIGAN JACKET, All tho Nesv Stvleslust received at win. Si. miiiii. 13 ANTS - Kto AND YESTS, for Fall and Winter WM. N. SMITH, A CO'S. BOYS Over Coats of all kinds at WM. N. SMITH, A CO'S. BOYS and Youth's Clothing of all kinds just re ceived at WM. N. SMITH, A CO'S, OR SPRING STYLE OF SILK HATS, call at WM- . SMITH WANTED.An Agent to mako a thorough canvass of Franklin County in behalf ol that old and reliablo Life Insuranco Company, The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford Conn. Liberal terms to an activo, energetio man. Address. in. u, A.viJiijLi, Peru. Clinton Co.,N.Y General Agent for NorthcrnNewYork andVor- mout. zu(-u THE best stock of Clothing in tho Btato Just received at WM. N. SMITH. A CO S. SHORT FROCKS of all kinds, Just received at WM. N. SMITH, 4C0'S. gy TELEGRAPH tWlhv Wrmont Transcript, LATEST NEWS. New York, 27th. Tho steamship Ilammonia, from Havri', Fob. 1-1, reached this port last nlg;lit. Xcsvs from the Greenwich Works state that two-thirds of the French cable ire now ready, and that it will be com pleted in about two months. The total length of the cable will be :i,fGl nauti cal miles. A Washington despatch says, Mr. Johnson states that he has not yet de termined to go or not to go to Europe at the close of his term. lie will remain here a week after the 4th, and will then return to Tennessee, after which his movements will be controlled by cir cumstances. Grant, in a conversation (relative to proposed legislation for Georgia, said ho thought the Georgia delegation ought to be admitted to Congress. Ho did not approve of tho action of the Georgia legislature in expelling the nsro mem bers, but he thought courts could reme dy the matter. Gcu. Banks is now believed to be a candidate for the Sncakcrshin of the IlOUfcC. New York, 27th. The following, dated Havana 20th, is published : The volunteers who have been mobi lized and are preparing to take the field against the rebels, are here and havo been supplied with arms by the Gov ernment. Advices from Cienfuega of Wednes day say that the artillery column has returned, having whipped tho rebels on the IUver Domingi. Many were woun ded, and a General who was captured was shot. A letter fiom Santiago, dated 20th, says the rebel Gen. Gomez has ordered the destruction of the estates of Span iards to prevent them from applying their funds to the armine of volun teers. The estates of Cubans and foreigners are to be respected. A Knoxville special, dated yesterday, says Senator Brownlow and escort left hereto-day for Washington, in a special car. I am authorized to state that Gen. Thomas had written to Brownlow re questing the disbanding of the militia is untrue. WinonLixa, Va., 20th. The House bill locating the capital at Parkcrsburg was defeated in the Senate to-day. Charleston, under a suspension of the rules was substituted ; tho IIouso subsccpiently concurred. The act takes eilect April 1st, 1870. :M:w York, 27th. Gold 131. FOR SALE. THE subscriber offers for sale tho TREMONT HOUSE, in St. Albans: said houso is in good repair and capable of accommodating two hundred persons, lor further particulars en quire at tho house. b li. MANS. St. Albans. Feb. 9, 18G0. f255-tf FOR SALE. HUNDRED TONS of HAY. Enquiro of 0s JASPER RAND. Albans, Feb. 2nd, 1809. 2'J1 St. BRECK & WETHERBEE'S F0K DRESS GOODS. DOMESTICS, WOOLENS, SHAWLS, WHITE GOODS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, POCKET KNIVES, NOTIONS, AO. AX.IIO mpiq 1 tApS' pm SUGARS. SPICES, RAISINS, CRACKERS, BROOMS, KEROSENE OIL, ALT, iO AO 110-tf CROCKERY CROCKERY ! I havo jut received a largo lot of lirst and second oualitv of Stono and China Ware, com- WKiSXftS Cutlery, Glass and Stone Waro, svhich I offer for saio cheap, ncaso can ami see ueioro purchas ing elsosvnero. At the old Farrar lilock, ono door north or George II. Farrar's. P. Q. SKINNER. St. Albuna, Oct 24th, 18GC. 130-tf croUTH'8 CLOTHING of all Vinda cheap J 4t WM. N. SMITH, A COTl. ( I VT ENT'S SHAWLS Just received WM. N. SMITH, & CO.