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VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, MARCH 6, 1869. Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. AlilJANS, VP. SATFH1AY, MARCH, It, lSfifl. Travelers' Guide. AnlllV.U. OK VASHEMIEK Tl'.AINS. Fiom the South unil East, 5,18 a. in., 11,15 a. in C,M p. n... ,10 J., m. ....., 70n , frOIll 1101180 H lOlIll mill ini ' , 1 11,- 51) a.m.. 050 p. in. Fiom Montreal, 11 15 a. in., 1 p.m. nm-AUTt'iii: or i'Ashi:s(u:ii tii.unh. l or the South and East, G!0, a. in., V2U '.in ii. in. in. l ,.i lliiiiki V Point mill Went. Ii05 a. , in. 15 111. l or Moi.troal, fi 10 a. in., (i oj p. in. 1.1I T AHIltVAI. 01' bTAHIM AT ST. A1.UAKS. From Suootsburgh ami Franklin, 700 p. in. From Hichl'oid ami Sheldon, COO p. ni. From Sheldon, 10 00 a. in. From RakorHlold, 11 00 a. lit. i.Att.v liti-AiiTritr. or stau:k i iuim r. ai.uans. For Franklin ami Swcelsburgh, 7 30 a. in. For Sheldon and Ki.-lifoul, 8 :i0 a. tit. For Sheldon, I! 00 p. in. For Hakerslicld, 1 00 p. m. Stages call at the several hoteli in town. btage ofliecs ut the Treiuont House. ri.osi.su or 'iiti: mails. lor New Yolk close at 5 00 a. m. and ' .Mail 00 Mails lor Roston close at 5 a. m. and OftO p.m. Mails for Albany and tho West close at 5 00u.m Mails for Canada close at 5 00 a.m. Southern and Northern way mail clone at n (.0 in Strangers' Guide. rpltK Y. M. C'.A. meets every Monday eoidng L at their ro.uns oer Wm. N. SmithV Store, Main Slrcit. Champlain Chapter No 1!. A. M. meet- the third YYeducsda evening in each month, at tin ir hall in Union block, Main Street. Columbus Council No. 1, It. A S. M. meets the H'cond Wednesday evening in each month, at their hall in I :iion liloek. 1 raliklin Lodge No. i, F. A A. M., meets the tlrst Wedntsd.iv evening i" each month at their hall in I Mkm liloek, Main Street. Euglcsbv Lodge No. 1 A A.M. miets the fourth Wednesday evening in each month, at their hall in Fnion liloek. Main Street. Ci-Vhtal Fountain, Temple of Honor No. I meets ever'v Tuei-d.-iv evening at their Hall in li-irnos liloek, Lake Street. St. Albans Lodge No 32. I. O. ol G.T. meets uverv Frida evening at their Hall in liarncs liloek, Lake "Street. Rising Sun Lodge No. 8 I. O. ol O. T. meets vi rv Saturday evening, at St. Albans Hay. St. John the Raptist lionet olent Society (Ca nadian) meets on the llrst and third Wednesday evening of each month at their hall over H. II. Huntington's Store. To Atl i i iin The Vrr.Mosr Daily Tiians-cuir-r has the largest circulation in St. Albans and in Franklin County, of any daily paper, and is on that account, if no other, the best medium for udtcrtiMii;.'. Local Items. Ouk Daily. Those wishing to secure copies of our daily paper can do so tit Merrifield's and Baker's bookstores, as well as of carriers, and at the ollice. Copies of our weekly paper may also lie had at these plaees. Tin: velocipede race lor a prize of a silver eup conies oil' at Burrow Hull this evening. Wi: regret to announce that 11. 11. lioeklin. Esq., Assistant Superintend ent of the Vermont Central Railroad, is dangerously sick. We learn this after noon that he is a little more comfort able and hope is entertained that he may recover. Census of Tin: Canadians in tiii St ati:s. Father Bruon. the Editor of the J'rotectctir Canadicnjs now engaged in taking the census of the French Cana dians. residinir in the United States. Their whole number is generally esti mated at 500.000. ".0,000 of whom sire supposed to live in Vermont, 00,000 in Massachusetts, 20,000 in New Hamp shire, 30,000 in Connecticut, 15,000 in Rhode Island, 20,000 in Maine, 80,000 in New York, (10,000 in Illinois, 35,000 in Michigan, and the balance in other States, chiefly in Ohio,Visconsin, Mill nesota, Iowa, Missouri and California. County Com mission r. John K. Whitney. Cieorgia Si! Franklin 104 St. Albans 172 Fiiirileld 30 llighgate 70 Rich ford -17 Town Ojjlct'i'-. FNO.SIIUIKIU. Town Clerk W R Hutchinson ; Con stable II B Ladd; Superintendent of Schools E J Tyler ; Overseer of Poor L W Leach ; Treasurer George Adams .Selectmen H S Bow, A V AVood worth. J. B. Craft ; Listers E B Ladd, A M Forsythe, Gardner Heyrr. ACCIDENT. From the Free J'rcss we 'learn that a hoy about twelve years old named Albert Taft, son of Mr. Tuft, fore man In the Pioneer shop, In Burlington, accidentally shot himself through the , right leg, Tuesday afternoon while load ing a pistol n1; his desk in the North Street Grammar School. Berkshire. "V. S. Rublee & Son's new store at East Berkshire is completed and will soon be tilled with a new stock of goods. Tho Post Ollice is now in the building. A black mare with a white star in her forehead, about ilfteen years old and of meuiuni size, belonging to Br. b. . Butler, of East Berkshire, wasstolen from his burn Tuesday night. No clue htu been obttiined to the thief. Hotel Leased.--S. H. .lennlson has ' leii'cd the Central lloiifo, Swanton, to I31wln Brlggs, of Dunham, P. Q. Mr. Hrlggs is to take possession the llrst of , Mny. RAKFiisriixi) Pooh House. From the report of the Superintendents of the Bakersfleld Poor House Association It appears that its current expenses, for the year ending .fun miry 1, 1801), amounted to the sum of $1471. 14 Claims against association, amounting to $150.50, which were contracted prior to Jan. 1,18(18, and not hcrctofojc reported, have been presented and paid, which added to the etiiTciil'oxpcnsc of the pa I yeiiranrjunh to the sum of $1033.01. The slock and produce of the poor farm m11 amounts: to $ISS.M). Deducting the latter Irom the current expenses, .here is left a balance of$114i.81, to be paid by four towns in the associations, as follows: llakerstleld, Fletcher. Montgomery, Itiehfoid, The number of S3U2 04 250 (51 203 28 202 03 paupers in the poor house is 22, of which Hakerslicld fur- nishes, Fletcher 3, Montgomery RiehfordS, State Items. ADDISON COl'NTV. George Wilcox, formerly of Middle- bury, died in Arkansaw, Pepin Co., Wis., on the 2nd ult. aged 0j years. Lincoln Mountain, in the town of Lincoln, is 3,850 feet in height above the ocean. The total expenditure for the town of MiddL'lnuy the past year Was $5,275.- The amount paid into t lie treasury for sales of liquor $2,002.S9. lir.NNINOTON CJUXTV. The Hoosac Valley Mills at llownal luaufactured 35,000 yards of cassitnere in the 24 working days of February. W. E. Canlield of Pownal, has sold his house and lot in that place to Joseph W. Wright for $1,800. Fifty new freight cars have been ad ded to the rolling slock of the Benning ton & Rutland Railroad, and fifty moro will be in a few days. Selh Hopkins, of Salem, N. Y., shot in Sandgate a few days since, a brown igle, which measured six feet and seven inches from tip to tip. Mrs. BelseyBrownell died in Benning ton on the 10th ult., aged Si years. George Clair, announced to give dramatic readinuri at Bennington last week, failed to put in an appearance, keOj ing a large audience waiting for a couple of hours, which the Jiunncr characterizes as dishonorable on the part of George. CALEDONIA COUNTY. Banian Paddock has purchased the Michael Rray place, west of Fairbanks Village, 15 acres and buildings. Price $1,700. John Clark has also sold his house south of the wood sheds in lair- banks' Village, to B. Hunter. Price o iino Miis Sally Shelden, of Lyndon, hand ed the editor of the Union a deed given to one of her ancestors Pardon Shel den dated at Cranston, R. I., April 4, 17S1. Recently, Amasa Bcmis & Sons, ol Lyndonville, sent to market a yoke of oxen weighing l,1501bs, and a yoke of Ihrea year olds which weighed 3370 The Howlands, in the same neighbor hood, sent a pair of oxen weighing 3050. liKAN'I) ISI.i: COUNTY Hiram Center has sold his home farm of 90 acres in Grand Isle to Sereno G Maeomber, for $0,000 ; also 44 acres to the same for $2,000 : also 55 acres to Norman Gordon $3,0S0. At tho recent term of tho County Court in the case of Francis McBonald, charged with the murder of his wife, at Alburgh Springs, on the 1st of October last, grand jury indicted him for man slaughter. McBonald, on being brought to the bar, pleaded "not guilty;" and through his counsel, announced that he was unprepared lor a trial so ni.j case goes over to the August term. OIU.KAN'S COUNTY. Mrs. Betsey L. Mack, died in Barton Feb. 21th, aged C"i years. Judson Wood has sold his farm near North Derby to Mr. Goodall, of Brown Ington, for $5,000. P. E. Baldwin has exchanged his re sidence at North Troy, with IIollisF, Peltingill for his farm in Morgan, pay ing a dili'crcneo of 1,800. Customs ollicer Kimball recently seized from Albert Hunt of Barton, a team of horses, and twenty gallons of brandy. While crossing the river at Barton Landing on tho 21st, a valuable young horse owned by Lewis Dudley, stepped Into a crevice in the ieo and broke hia leg. H. P. Col burn has sold his farm in Albany to Luther C. Bow for $5,000 taking a team of horses valued at $800 in part payment. J. F. Bavis of South Troy, has sold his house and shoe shop to Louis Hosa of Perkinsvllle, for$l,800. KLTIjAXD COUNTY. The history of tho town of Wells has been written by Illland E. Paul, und will soon be lotted from the press ol' Tuttle & Co.. Rutlaii . Rutland rejoice in a restaurant at which no Intoxicating dilnkx arc von- ded. The stockholders of the Addison R.R. Company meet at the ofllecof Col. Geo. V. Merii 1, at Rutland, Tue-day, March lGth, at twelve o'clock, for the election of directors. Poultnev Is to have a new hotel. The Green Mountain Slate and Tilej Company liasncently been lormed to develop a quarry near Poultncy. WINDSOI! COUNTY. 11. Bickenson, J. E. Taylor, and E. Dickenson, of Springilold, Mass., have nurchascd of It. E. Snow. ir.. it Co., of Fitchhurg, Mass., an interest in the! lower paper mill, at Bartonsvllle, pay-, ing for the same $12,000, The new pro-1 prietors Will continue the business un der the name of the I'nion Paper Com pany. The Central House, on Depot Street, Chester, has been leased for a term of ; ears to Mr. Cass, formerly proprietor of the "Eagle Hotel, at Proclorsville. C. C. Rowell has sold the Atwood farm, 1 mile from Royallon Centre, to ai tin T. Joiner. Uufus It. Cloud, ol Norwich, has bought of Wm. & Wm. A. Ashley, the farm near Royalton Centre formerly owned by Boa. Salmon Joiner. Mrs. M. A. O. Francis has purchased a lot for a Catholic Church in Wood- slock. , Fhe SUimlard thus speaks of the sale of the Charles Marsh farm, in Wcod-! stock : I The Chas. Marsh farm, on the nor- I therly outskirt of this village, which is i Compobcd by Oi:o. E. Ktxosi.r.v, and rcspect iustlv celebrated for tho imtiosintr view fully dedicated by him to the Firemen ot St. Al- froin its statelv dwelling, litis been mir- oliasou ny 1 redericlc liillings, hisn., lor the round sum of $27,500, and possession will soon no e-iven. M no lanu contains some 270 acres, divided into river mea dow and upland, and has on it a large quantity of wood and timber. Mr. Bil lings will make auditions to and im provements in the buildings and grounds, and when this work is com pleted we venture to say mat Vermont will bo able to show few more desirably beautiful residences. The late proprie tor, our esteemed citizen Charles Marsh, F.sn.. ihmbtlesM roirivtled to illsnoso of the old place, bu .witli his present health, he is to bo congratulated in com mon with the purchaser. Look Jlvre. A choice lot of Siberian Seed Wheat lor 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 ol Flour arriving, and on hand, worth from $7 to 14 per bbl., ill of which will be s-old at a small ad- m ee. Call and examine, S. C. NOBLE, St. Albans, Feb 1st, 1S00. d&wtf d220 wo4 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. IiOST. or near the Cars at the Central Depot l!ur- V7 liugloii, Vt., on Saturday livening, Feb. itli Ii. MINK GOLIiAK. Anv inhumation of it will bo rowarded by call ing at the St. Albans Foundry Ollice. 218--M IOST O N .MAIN or FAIltFIFI.l) STltBKT AUTOGRAPH ALBUM. Tho finder will confer a favor by leaving the h a me at the TltANsc'iiUT Office. Goldsmith & Seavey, General Insurance Agents, ornei. GADCOMB'S in BUILDING, xujynnrAixst., sr. aljjaiXS, vi. AGF.NCY OF THE I.oilllaiil I'M re liisiuit lire t'o ininuiy, OF NF.W VOItK. CASH ASSETS, fl,52.j,00O Manilla Fire liiKni'iiiiee Complin , NEW YOltK. CASH ASSETS, U.MO.OOO S'il ili'lii III 1''. t 31, liisiii uiK e (',:. Sl'ltlNGFlEI.D, MASS. CASH ASSE'iS, j'.ioo.ono lliiuovii' l'ire Insurance 'iiiiiiiiii NF.W YOUK. CASH ASSETS, :700,000 (Ji i loaitla Kit e 1 mhiii an ( 'oiiiian', NEW YOltK. CASH ASSETS, H.OOO.OOO. Alliany t lly l'lie Iiisiiiuiue Coiupiiiiy ALBANY, N. Y. CASH ASSETS, 5500,000 .Has-. .'Mnliiul Life luxiiraiU'C SP1UNGFIELD. CASH ASSETS, 52,600,000 All policies in thia Co., non-forfeitable l.awu of tho State. by Dividends annually on the contiibutiou plan alter two payments. Particular attention given to injuring prop erty in ADJOINING TOWNS, mtch as .MAN.v- FACTl'ltlNG ESTABLISHMENTS, STOltKS MEItOHANDISE, Yillago and Town property A-c. AH communication!! by mail w ill receive uionir a.teiiuou. GOLDSJIITH A SEAVEY. h. k. ooi.pftMirii, J. si. stuvr.v. 2IGtf ON account of the eotninciicement of repairs in the Welden House, Mrs. H. F. BUCK haleinoed to the store in Farrar's llulldiug, corner of Midn and CongreBi Streets, lately oc cupied by Mr. V. O. Skinner, where slut will be pleas-ed to m o her old friends and customers. 217-M3W FOR SALE. rilHK subscriber oilers for sale the TltF.MONT JL IIOUSK, in St. Albans; said hoUbe is in good repair and capable of accommodating two hundred persoiH. For further particulars eli- quill e at the house. S Ij. MANN. St. Albans. Feb. 0. ISO). 1'J55-lf OUR BAND 0 ONOERT. To the citiens of St. Albans and ucinity : The St. Albans Urigade Band Under the direction of thiir Instructor, OFO. 11. KIN'Sl.KY. assisted by .1. II. IIOi.M UK1K1 and 11. FA MIS, will ive their mVM PIMMIENADK CONCERT AT ACADEMY HALL, TUESDAY EAENING, MARCH 9th. Dining the elitei tainiuciit tho Full lland will perform a programme consisting of Overtures Andantes, Marches, Quicksteps, Polkas, Waltzes, &c. ALSO " WASHINGTON QUICKSTEP " ,, FRONTIER POLKA, ua!'?'1 At the conclusion of tho Concert. Music will be furnished by tho Full liras Hand, and also Holmberi; and Falea' Orchestra, for dancing. Concert Tickets, 35c. Tickets admitting Gent and Lady to Concert and Dance, $1.50. Doors open at 7 o'clock p.m., Concert to com mence at 8. 2175 fl FOR SAIE. 0 NF, HUNDltED TONS of HAY. Kmpiiro of JASl'Klt HAND. St. Albans, Feb. 2nd, 1MK). 221 Meat Market Sold Out. ITAV1NO sold my meat market on Lake Street, LJL CJKO. W. ItAI.I. will carry on the same for tho nrcscnt as audit. Sty books will bo left Hh Geo. W. Ball until tho 20th of March 18G1), who will attend to the nettling'of accounts, after which, they will be lell with an attorney for collection tf II V. BAIiL Oo-Partnership Notice. rPlIE underwigned have this day formed a X Co-rartnerahip, under the stvlo of BURGESS 6c FOSTER, for tho nurpoac of transacting a Wholesale and Ketail business in Flour, Grain, Fork, Lard, Salt, and a general assortment of West India GooUj. Tho Wholesale Business will be transacted at the old stand of Sowlos it Eistman, and ltetail Trade at tno store lately occupied by alker Bros. We have on hand a invito lot of Choice Flour. which wo shall sell at the present reduced prices without regard to cost, and at all tunes with tho market. .1. J. BURGESS, 2.12-0 C. V. FOSTE1J. What's in a Name ? SOU TH MAY D'S PURE CONFECTIONERY, THE REASON WHY ! II. L. SAMSON & Co. 'I UltCHASE their Confectionei y xor of South X mayd .t Co., but of th e same parties they Soulhmayd A Co. purchase of, in Boston and liereloro can supply the trade as layd A Co., and that's what's tho matter 222-tl 31. L. SAMSON & Co VELOCIPEDE RiDING SCHOOL -0 HI,. SAMSON .V CO. will . vki.ojiii:ik uimxfi nneu their SL'IlOOli on MONDAY next, at DABROW CON- UUll'l1 HAIiJj. Hall open day anil evening t2U(itf BAILEY'S BUTTER TUB. Boston, Dec. 18, 1803. A. It. ll.Mi.v.v, Dr. ut Sin : Tho time lias come when the advantages of your tub aro apparent ; neany all that wo aro receiving (unless lato fall or winter make) is xtroii'j on top which would not be the case if put up in your tub. If there aro any nice dairies in your vicinity put up in your tuu you may pay o cents per lb. moro for them than for Summer dairies put up in tho old stylo tuU. Hi fact we don't want any Summer dairies at any nrico in tho old tubs. Wo can buy common butter hero lower than you can up there. Wo think Foul try is dull this week, can't tell how it may bo at Christmas. lours trulv SAMUEL BIOELOW A CO. S51.tr 23 North Market Street. XrANTED. An Agent to mako a thoroiicl T T canvass of Franklin County in behalf ot inai out ami reitauio l.ite insurance uompaiiy, The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford Conn. Liberal terms to an active., energetic man. Address. N. u. a.YI'ISIjLi, Fern. Clinton Co.. N. Y General Agent for NortheniNow York and Vr IllOlll. ZU7U i"i 0 to WM. N. SMITH, k Co. for uood bar VX gains in clothing and Hats and Caps, and every i mug in their line. BY TELEGRAPH For tho Vmnont Trantcript. LATEST NEWS. FItOM WASHINGTON. WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT TMK CAMNKT. Mr. Stewart Considered Not Eligible. The Other Appointments Give Satisfaction. New Yokk, Clh. :V nueting of Cuban ladies was held .yesterday in aid of the Cuban rebels. It was announced that a fair would shortly be held under their influence. Subscriptions to the amount of $9,000 had been collected since the previous Friday. The room was adorned with tho new Hag of Cuba,consistitiKof a white ground broadly bordered with blue, and con taining at the base a largo mass of red, of triangular shape, in I lie centre of which was a star. Wendell Phillips delivered his lecture at the Academy of Music, last night, on Daniel O'Conncll, the great Irish agita tor, to an audience of 2,000 people. The proceeds are for the benefit of St.l'eter's Hospital and the House of the Ciood Shepherd, Brooklyn. The Tribune's despatch says, Grant had offered the portfolio of the Treasury to Mr. Eoutwell, but that gentleman had declined to accept. Ho gave as his reason that he desired to remain a Mem ber of the House of Representatives. The opinion prevails that Mr. Stewart, under a law of Congress passed in 1798, is not eligible for tho position he has been appointed to fill. This law provides agninsttheSccretaryship of theTroasury being held by a person who Is so situa ted in his private business affairs as to be continually in the capacity of a party iigiinstthc United Slates in the collec tion of its revnue. jNi-iw YoltK, Clh. The cable upecial despatch is pub lished : IjON'DOX, Tjlll. The English and French journals mainly eulogize Grant's inaugural ad dress, and agree that the paiagraph on foreign policy indicates peace. The Liberie publishes an account of the death of the Pope, but it is discred ited. New Yoiyc, JUli. On Thursday of hist week, the rebel Brig.-Gen. Aroz was taken prisoner, and brought to Saqua, where he was shot on Saturday. The rebels in the eastern department have concentrated their forces at Ma zan. Troops have left Santiago to attack them. V fight had occurred between the col ored volunteers and a band of coloied reLels in the neighborhood of Santiago de Cuba, in which 170 rebels were killed. Captain Gen. Dulco has recognized Henry Hall as Consul General of the United States. A force of cavalry has gone to Cienfu gos, and a battalion of volunteers has started for the same place. -Roparts have reached here of the lan ding of a revolutionary expedition near the mouth of tho Sagua La Grande lliver. The inhabitants of the vicinity sank lite schooner in wlueli tnoy came, to prevent their escape, and tro ps havo been sent in pursuit. Advices from San Domingo to the 23d ult. have been received. Tho revolution which broke out at Leybo has been suppressed, anil tho leaders captured. Many arrests of per sons Implicated have been made at the capital. Nu, Yoiuc, 0th. The Tribune says, the new Cabinet emphatically means business. The Herald says, Grant has given tho managing Republicans a wide berth ; lie has chosen his men for business and as his subordinates, and without tho remo test idea that they aro to ho his masters or his co-equals in the administration Tho Times says tho Cabinet asa wholo will not commend itself to politicians because it has nut been taken from their ranks; nor arc tho men who compose it sufficiently well known to the public at largo to command, in advance, the full confidence of the community, but in tho very freshness of its character, and in tho fact that its members aro business men ra'.her than politicians aro like ly to make the practical interests of the country their llrst care, wo sec ground for believing that the Cabinet will, by Its practical working, vindicate the wis doin of Its selection. The li'orW says, Grant has made such a Cabinet as no politician would have advlscd,sueh a Cabinet us no news pupci could have conjectured. A Cabi net which fills politicians with wonder, and suppressed dismay. New Youic.Oth. it has been snowing since 7 this mor nlng,wlth the wind Oilst. LATEST. "Washington, D. C.flth. The ai l'olnlmonts of the new Cabinet continues to be the leading topic of eon- ersation in political circles. All the ippolntnients made, give general satis- faction with the exception of Mr. A. T. Stewart to head the Treasury Depart ment, a large number of Republicans ineludingsevcral Senators, express their unqualified disapproval of the selection of Mr. Stewart. It seems that neither Gen. Grant nor Mr. Stewart are aware that the law of September 2d, 1789, es- ablishing tho Treasury Department, contained the following section : Sec. 8. That no person appointed to any ollice instituted by this actsluill di rectly or indirectly be concerned or in terested in'carryinir on the business of trade or commerce. If any person shall offend against any of the prohibitions of this act, he shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and forfeit the sum ot $3,000 to the United States ; and shall, upon conviction, be removed frotnolllee, mil forever theicafler shall be incapable of holding any ollice under the United States. This act has never been repealed. Mr. Washburne will remain in the Cabinet only a short time, and it is ru mored will change places with General Dix. Mr. Dome will probably decline the appointment. New Yomc, 0th. CJyl 1 1302. CROCKERY GEIOGKERY ! 1 have just received a larco lot of first and second quality of Stono and China Ware, com prising two iNow and I'ilOL'ant l'alterns called 'Oen. Grant" Patterns. Also a laro stock of Cutlery, Glass and Stono Ware, which I oiler for sale cheap. Please call and sec before purchas ing elsewhere. At tno old 1-arrar liloclt. ono door north of Gcoi'ko II. Farrar's. P. 0. SKINNEIi. St. Albins, Oct 2llu. 1800. lUO-tf We Wish it to be Understood By the readers of this paper that we liny lt-.vKH, .Make Taper, Sell Hooks, Sell Stationery, liind Hooks, ltebind old books, Do Job l'liutiii).;, Sumily Printers, Supply Merchants, Contract with Authors. Contract with Publishers. Contract for Stereotyping, liny old Paper and Looks, liny Woolen Hags, Publish Fowle's Spoiler, Publish tho Vermont Speller, Publish Walton's ltegister. Publish Prayer Hooks, Publish tho Vermont Directory, Publish Now Hampshire Directory, Publish other Hooks, Employ T'vpo Setters, Want Jlonoy and will bo glad to hear from you in tho way of Hits- KiCf.-i. Address, tno CLAltEMONT MANUFACTURING CO. 25-J-tf Claremont, N. II. NOTICE. rj W FARMERS AND OTHERS.-Tho sulmciib X ers haviiiL' iiurchased and fitted uu in trood order, the Woolen Mill at Swanton Falls, for merly Known as 1'latt s ractory, aro now pro pared to manufacture Cloths o'r Yarn for cus tomers, or exchange the same for wool. A lib eral share of patronago solicited, and s.itisfao lion guaranteed. N. H. Ollieo in south end of Factory, where may bo found tho books and accounts of tho late tlrui of Piatt A llinkloy. ai'J-tf MEIGS k IIINKLEY. 'lnliii Aifeiuiy, I) recent enactments of Congress, all Sol J dicrs who havo served three year,'aiid havo received but f 100 bounty from the United States, or who, having enlisted for throo years, were dis charged in consequence of wounds, and the wid ow, children, or parents of any soldier who en libted for thruo years, under a promise of only $100 bounty, ami who died in thoscrvieo, aro en titled to an additional bounty of ONE HUN DRED DOLLARS I All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or foot, or have incurred disability equivalmit to the loss of hand 'jr foot, are entitled to a huge iucreaso of pension. All pensioned widows of soldiers or sailors aro entitled to an increased pension of two dollars por mouth for each child under sixteen years ol ago. Claims of the above nature, and for arreais ol pay, olllcers' oxtra pay, for horses lost in tho U. S. service, commutation of rations of prisoners of war and prize money, will bo promptly prose cuted by application by letter, enclosing din ehargolroin service, will be attended to and tho necessary papers returned to plicant for big natures, Ac. K. A. SOWLES, Oilleo over tho First National Hank, St. Albans. Aua. 17th,1800. 125-H BLACK Sack Coats in evcrv stylo, at WM. N. Smith k Smith's now Ulock. COU pLOTHING, CLOTHING, CLOTHING, ULUTlilNO 1 Tho largest Stock of Clothing, Hats and Cups and Furnishing Guods ever offered for sale in Vermont, is now opened at WM. N. SMITH, ii GO'S, 13 ANTS AND VESTS, for Fall and Winter . goto WM. N. SMITH, it CO'S. rnilE best ulock of Cfolhing in tho Stato just J. received at WM. N. SMITH, k GO'S. HATS, HATS, HATS, CAPS, CAPS, CAPS All tho Styles just received at WM. N. SMITH. A CO'S. ( LOVES of all kinds Just received VX at WM. N. SMITH k CO'S.