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VERMONT DALLY TKANSOEIPT, MARCH 8, I860.
ormoni Daily Traiisoript. ST. ALBANS. VI'. Monday, Mahoh, 8, 1S00. Travelers' Guide. 1:11! VAI. til VASSE.N(ir.K iuainp. rmu tin- South nml East. .".,18 a. in., li.l'i a. 111 i!5 i). in.. 8.1D 11. m. ......... From ltoun's Point ami Went, i,U a. in., ", 1 .1 in.. 030 t). in. 'in Montr. -al. 1 1 lo a. in., i. n p. m. IH I AIlTtKi: Ol lMiMWOf.a Tlt.MNs. I ,.r tli South and East, A n. in., un W 11. in. 1 .r lb him l'oint 1'inl Wc-t, t'.O.f a.m. In. m., J in 1 .1 Montreal. II 10 . in., M ' i.vii.T Attniv.u. or stauks at sr. ai.hinm. 1 rom SiU't'tsburgh ami Franklin, 700 l. m. Fioin liichfonl ami Sheldon, ft 00 p. 111. From Sheldon, 10 00 a. tn. From Hakcnjucld, 11 W a. m. .......... .ft ..... i.i't.r.iru I m.M KT. I.11A.S. If. i ix . . i i . --- - For lrankhii at..l hwc.-tsliiirgh, 7 .10a. in. 1 or Sin Ulmi ami Hirhfi.i.l. S 30 a. in. Tor shilili'ii, 2 00 p. m. For P.akerstidd, 1 Oil p. in. hri s call at thf several hotoli in town. Stage it'. .4 nt nil jrtmom iuhit. . j.osi.Nd or mi: maim. ilitiln lor i tv Y ikfloM-atniwia. in. ami "00 id lin. . ..... ii. ....... .... .l.. tr ii n. l... nil. I n.iti ...ill. Mails lor Vlliam ami the e.neioso in c eoa.iu viad for Canada eloe at " I'd a.m. ...ll,. .-.I iti.l Votlllflll UBV 1IIH I' ow m ooo Strangers' Guide. Mil M . . i. nets ever Monday ewning nt tht lr M.'ii owr Win. :. Smith s store, u St red. iianiiuiiin naiuer .mi- h. a. .h. on eir. ,. ..... : -.1 .1. ..1 ir hall in I nlon block, Main Street. ".himbus rv.tiniMl .No. l, ll. .v s. i. mucin mo nml 'i Inrmlav ewning in each inontli, .it ir hall in I nioii Elock. I'l'IOIIUm l.OUgl .n. -i, J, . A. ,i Ilirnn mi' Wiitui sdav ow-niug in ducIi immtli at tlicir II in 1 ouii Elock. Main Strict. Kin? es v l.tn ire ai. M i. .V ..M. nieciH nil) lll'HI L'!U... UtUllllIU 111 Vtll II lll"l'"i, Mi i.n i.. i iiT...tL. Aiui.i s;ti'..i.i rvstal Fountain. IViiniU' of Honor No. 1 mi els . r' Tucsthiv cvrniiur at thi'ir Hall in Hums u'lc, Lal.o Kticct. Ill T 'Id 1 l ..I" I 'P lili i.lu i v Fndav ovcniiiir at their Hall in Humes if;, Lake Street. H ill! SUM l,t) L'O All. O 1. U. HI Ii. 1. IIU'l'IS r .1... II.. ..Inn. Cinl.ilv f 'Haul meets on the (hat and third Wednesday ...!...' I .1. ( .1.,.!.. 1...II vm- iv n iuuiikh'o n rio'i 1 r. .AiivrniMTK. .ii r t i 11 i 1.1 .u i.t 4 ..... ... J .- I . - 1 ii 11:1?. I ill ill i ii i I. ll I ill. i . lift. ... - ..... d in I ran in i ohiiiv. oi any ii.ui. i.ai.i-i, mm .ii linn iieeouiit. it no other, the liest liieilium advi nisilu. Local Items. Ooit Daily. Those wishing tos-oiHiro t ------ erriiield'H and IsaUcrs bookstores, aa ii us iii rui riuir. mill in u K' ijiiiv. v. ..-.!.!. ..4 -! itmnlli' ittwti nlik it I i 11. KoK .SAU3. It will be (scvn on refer- i , .. I't' IU Ulll sill VUI 1191I1K Ll'lllliiun niui osflrs Itrcck and Wctherbec oII'it for , ii. . ,i 1 1. .1 - , , i ,.r ii! ini'ir re Mini niui. iun:e miji-ivui v I'liriil-. !iul irroi'oriOfJ. I lis is a rare : ill'.. I. ll ii i it- I I.--.?. iiiiLii ui tiiuiiiii. 1e.skin"i:i). Mr. II. L. Sain-jon ha.-. .I.,,. .1 H. ...U:.,n iC Aalulnnl Ii1f. nutninrSI. Alli.ntic mi il ll is lirnt 1 wr K. Samson has 'neon appointed in his lid. Mr. Samson lias held the nosi- in lor iiu! niif-i emnt year.--, aim nau i. , . i i , i. .. .i come thoroughly eonversant with its I ICS. I'clocijH'ilc Una: A volr.cipede race came all' on Satur v I'Vi-iilior in Din-row Ttloek Hall, the ize being n silver cup. The cup was a .. .i i 1 1 r- Tinufiiiii iini :inii wiis iiurfii.iM.'ii iiuiii II. Huntington, and wns put up for tnpetiUon by H. L. Sampson & Co. lore was a largo nunil)er of spectators esent. A line was drawn around the all, four foot from the wall, and those in t ii t-fi i ii iiit'i- i 1 1 ii I'M t nr i ii l I'll t. The following were the competitors . i. . . . i . . ii. ... i ii ine nine liiuon nv iiiem l'osoeenvo- -tho distance (eleven times round o Ilalll was found to be one-third of a ile: L.Samson ltulcd out. . II. Hunt :i:o3 Smith Killed out. Wyman 3:00 Whiting Killed out. . Gofl 2:00 . G. Saflbrd (run by W. Davis J.Samson Kuledout. W. Buck (run by W. Bing ham 2:10 P. Taylor Ruled out. fi Tll.l.-ov " OKiiiuei . -1. ! .. ii ias. K. Jamason 1:."2 las. Jocelyn Kuledout. The cup was declared to be won by iarle3 K. Jamason, Printer, of the i - him by Mr. J. YV Taylor, who said aflbrded him pleasure to present it to n " ebnmiiinn velnnlnndist nf St. Al. A ... .... . .... ms." anu no noneu inai no cnercrv id discipline he had displayed in the fin wmilil I'lmrnetfrizo his movenionts roiiLrn me. Thejudg03 on the occasion were: S. Lewis, C. X. Bishop , YV. Farrar and I'utnam. Time-keeper, Mr. II. ratnerd. -t.Kiou Rim:. Gllmore & Bratner.t avo ineir occasional tree s eiirii nae ro io boys and girls, on Saturday aftrnoon si, in tneir spienuui sieign, uen. siier- au. Tin: JlANMi ('oNCT.nr. -It !s to he lnpedtlint our eltiz-M.P will ntteiitt the eoneerl to lie ylvcn by the St. Albans-. ililjinde Ha (1 in larj;e nunilierf. 'I'he Hand 1h one of thr iiiftituliony of St. Al l)un ; and those who full to ntUii'l will miss a rare musical treat. A the en tertainment is a promenade concert, on ly a few scats thioujih the eon tic of the hall and against the Walls will be pro vided, as n great portion of the company lt'111 miivn )itiinf Mm linlt fltll-tlllf (111- fV-. . i . mi i . . i" i r ... i., ' i 'fiiciu Wfwitiw il'lll 1m iit'i'iilii(l fill' 1)11 .,.. .....i .,,...it..,,w.iu ,.iniM,, nml proper perM.ns will receive it and give : cheek for the same. The programme j 1- an excellent one. and is as tollovv, : ! i 1'ilOfiHAMMK. ' I. Oveiline. (11. lairco, in Italian,) i Ito-ina. I'd. Waltz. (II. baccio.) Hemlth. ; !ld. Wahington Quickt-toji. Compli- mentary to the ollleers and Members of j F.nyine Co. Xo. I, ol St. Albans, ( i. K. JCinsley. I. (ierman Xational Air, Schnajiii. ft Mazurka. Smith's Col lection. (I. Quic step. Captain .Links, Kevorle. 7. Qua ilrillos. Mid winter, (1. 1". Kinsley. 8. Qiiicksteji. Cham pngn 'harlie. Sikes. 1NTKPM ISSiON. lMlitT '2. M. Kclip-e. Slow March. JioestieUs. 10. Frontier Polka, Complimentary to tbe oniccrs and Members of FionticrUW'cu tliat M. P.Myers & Co., have Kngine Co., No. G. K. Kinsley. 11. Corn Flower Waltz. Coote. 112. .Iaurka, Sikes. I:i. Eclipse Polka, Cornetle Solo. Koenig. 11. Maiveil les ilymn. lo. Hail Columbia. ilohnberg and Fales Orchestra will furnish Music for dancing at the close of Concert. Hall . Managers: li. 1). Fuller, A. (.1. Saflbrd, A. Yv. Clark. Concert Ticket "Ift cents, Concert and dauce ?l,ot). Uoors open at 7 o'clock. Concert commences at S o'clock. Tickets at MeUowun's Hardware Store, American House, and at Green it Nichols' Drug Srore. U. S. Suim:.Mi: Couht Dkcisox. Among the decisions of the United States Supremo Court, announced on Monday las, was one on the case of John 11. Page, Treasurer of the State of Vermont, appellant, vs. Edward Blake, being an appeal from the district of Vermont. The Chief .Justice an nounced the order of the court, affirming tlio decree of the Circuit Court in the cause with costs, by a divided court. Fim:. Wo learn from (lie Fi-a VVcss that a barn belonging to Mr. Wm. R. Vilas, of Burlington, situated about two miles and a half north-wester Winooski Falls, together with thirteen horses and colts, thirty cows, a yoke of oxen, one hundred sheep, seventy-live tons of hay, one hundred bushels of wheat, besides other grain, farming tools, ifce., &c, was consumed bv file, ,n Fridtiv evening. The only live stock saved were five two years old heifers, several calves, and one hor-e, the latter so badly burned that it is not expected to live. The total loss is not loss than '5 ,000; insurance $1,200. WONDKKI'L'I. LVVKXTIOX. TllO Moilt- pelior Journal says : " Dr. C. M. RuJjleo of Montpelier, has thoroughly convinc ed iw of the utility of tlio voltaic armor soles, for which he is an agent in Mont pelier. They are highly spoken of by eminent physicians, as beneficial in those diseases for which they are recom mended, and we can testify, from per sonal trial, that the last "cold snap" was powerless to make cold the feet of one protected by these soles. They are also certified to by the mo.-t responsi ble i artios as a sure cure for rheuma tism, neuralgia, nervous headache, and all kindred diseases They are cer tainly wort!; an examination and a trial." List of Patents issued to citizens of Vermont, under date of March 2d, la (59 : Reissued R. S. Merrill, Jrasburg, lamp patented June 14, Under date of March 0th, 233 patents will bo issued. During the past week, 483 applications and 110 caveats were filed. Town Ofllrer.;. MOXTGOMKHY. Clerk Joshua Clapp; Constable G LClapp; Suiit C S L Leach ; Treasu- rea O N Kelton ; Overseer of the Poor Wm II Stiles ; Selectmen C Clapp, Wm Jl Stiles, D II Bailey; Listers- Moses Scott, Charles Martin and Chas Clapp. The town voted to raise a tax of 50 on a dollar of the grand list to defray the expenses of the town. nrcirronij. Town Clerk and Treasurer S P Car penter; First Constable J II Smith: Supt of Schools James H Hamilton; Overseer of Poor and Supt. Bakcrsfield Poor House Association L 3) Corliss Selectmen Arvin A Brown, Ira II Far--; rar, Wm B Willard ; Listers WmC-, T T V T r 1 - i iirowu, ii ii iiounus, iteuuen jomD3 Auditors James G Powell, A W Sears, Wm Corliss; Trustee of Surplus Reve nueJames G Powell ; Town Agent to Prosecute and Defend Suits EH Pow ell ; Town Grand Juror Chapman Smith ; County Grand Jurors Truman Ilurlbut, A W Si-ars, James M Martin ; Petit .luvorn IVrry U Fletei-er, Ue.iriie I Hits . it II Hound?, (i-n V Covliw, ; i Anio" M Noyr, W t' Jirown Mlt'TII Moi.u'nlor O (1 iti-.no. Wheeler CleiU O run (to Unci Uindou ; Seicetuieii P1io1)k O V Hobinwin, .1 )' llnli ; l'iixt Cmifilalije C S Keclor; Sei outl (!oin-ti-liK'-Th Kinney; M-iters-A M Kin ney, .' IVxley, II (Anno ; Auditor-- H lv Clark. S S (Mark, I' I'. Adams ; l Viiec ' Vloweiu-C F Itoblni-oii, A M Kinmy, "'lon : .rand .l.nr-.la.nes ( '"""' Grange Phelps ; Supt. o tcliools 7 ' 1 , 1,t("1 l Atro'il-S S (.'lark ; Petit .Iviois M T Lundon, II Kil.lic.Franklln Landon.Samtiol Phelj s I" rod liiindon, Menejah Plielps, .Joseph ICceier, 1' 15 Adam-, T 1, Kinney, (loo J'lielp- ; List of tfrnnd Juror--' Al.ol I'lielps, .7 S Landim, Janvs Coiiin. () f! Wheeler, A M Kinney . (' F IJobin-nn, Wanvn Corbin. Voted a (ax of Ufte mi a dollar. Tin; lions.. Tamkh. -Mr. llanfortli, having closed a highly successful visit in St. Albans, leturucdto Wlnooaki and lUirlington lnt Sa urday. Acitt).-u Tin: Laici:. A velocipede school hay been oi.ned at Plattsiburgh. We learn from the Plattsbuigh Rc- purchased of It. Cotlr'll, the lot on the corner of Jlridge and Water St., a lot which has remained vacant since the great fire of 1S40 on which (hey pro pose to erect an elegant block of stores the coining scunner a consummation ruorft devoutly to be wished. It is said that the price paid foi the properly was about $9,000. Largo addition.-- are being made to the new hotel in Ivex. .Mr. lggleston proprietor. State Items. Cll ITTEXDIJX tOL'XTY. C. II. Brown, of Jericho, has lately sold the Hunt farm in Essex, to C. O. Morse, of Burlinojoii, for $10,700. . F. Cliapin, of Colchester, has just sold his farm in Jericho, to G. H. Howe, of Jericho, forS7,S00. Warren Gibbs lias purc.ua-.0il the brick lio;.so on Catlin'.s Lane, Burling ton, belonging to tlio "Morse Estate," of Nathaniel Parker, Administrator, for $2,000. Geo. L. Williams, of Huntington, has sold his farm and stock to O. H.. Ellis, for $14,000. "William Hazard has sold his farm of 177 acres in North Ferrisburgh to Alvin Ball for $13,300.21. OUAXCU: COUNTY. Alice Fay, not long since, fell upon the sidewalk, and broke the small bone of her leg. Henry Jewitt, of Bradford, accident ally stepped into a pail of boiling water, scalding his foot badly. Stephen G. Reed, died in Kappa, III., on the 7th inst , aged seventy years. Ho was formerly a resident of "Wells river. OltANGt: COUNTY. J. .1. Burdic & Co.'s store was burned on tlio night of the 12ult at Lowell. It is supposed (he fire took from the stove pipe. Five hundred and seventeen ears of lumber werli shipped from Newport sta tion during tlio year 180S, being an in crease ol 114 cars over tlio business of 1SG7. Sabbath morning found the people of Derby Centre completely blocked in by the snow. Thero were no services at any of the houses of worship except at the Baptist in the afterncon. The pub lic spirited portion of the community turned out with an eight horse team and broke roads nearly all day, so that Sun day night the roads in all directions were quite passable. A lior.-obarn and shed belonging to C. R. Drwn, at Newport Center, fell in on the uit, lrom the weight ot snow on the buildings. Mr. Drown 's daughters, twelve and fifteen years old, wore in the building feeding a lamb when it fell, but miraculously escaped unhurt. Part of the boards wore stripped oil", and the two girls extricated. ItL'TX.AXll COUNTY. The ictail price of coal in Rutland is $12 per ton. The hotel arrivals in Rutland la-t week were 501. The Baptist chinch In Brandon con tributed $80 to tlio Vermont State Bap tist convention in 18 IS. The third annual session of the Vet mont tetatc Baptist convention was held, at Mt. Holly, in 1S27, Aaron Le- land, moderator ; Rev. Jonathan Mer riiim, preacher. Tlio membership of the Baptist churches at that time was 7,7(50. WAS1UNOTOX COUNTY. ?? A' new and fine toned bell, costliiir '290, lias recently been procured and hung In tlio Congregational church at Worcester. .''now is six feet deep in Morotown. Tho March term of the Washington County Court commences at Montpelier on tho 0th inst. The number cf causes set down for trial by jury is 122. llcvJL Warren will preach to the ! nivcrsallsts of Marlitlcld :ora year from May 1, isnn. WtNMlSOll ('(ll'NTY. At Woodstock there has fallen 107 Inches -nearly 0 feet nf snow, the past ye:i-on, and at present there Is over four feet on a level. Belli Rice, of Wcallu-inllcld, recent ly found in a mill log which lie was paw ing, a steel hoe Imbedded in (lie wood .i bottt four inches from the surface. 1 lo learned, upot. inquiring, that it had been driven into the tree some thirty years previous, and the wood had grown over it as slated. The grand l:st of the Uivn of Chester in ISfts was $0,801. On the 1st day of January 1S0! It was $10, 000. SI. In ereae, &i'Ro0, WIXIM1AM ClU'.NTY. Thirty one inches of snow foil in P.rnltloboro during (lie month of Febru ary. I). Kellogg, Jr., Postmaster of Brattle boro, lias been confined to his houe.tlie past two weeks with illness. Dan Worcester with a tiuupu with Miss Marrictta Ravel as the star, flll appear in Brattleb-jro, shortly. On Friday morning tlio large brick store on tlio "Point," at "White River Junction, owned and occupied by Halo &, Brothers as a tin shop, was consumed by fire. Loss about $20,000 ; insurance, $10,000. The cause of the fire in un known, but is supposed to have been spontaneous combustion among a lot of rags and polls in a hack room. Loo,' Jlcfc A choice lot of Siberian Seed Wheat for sale. Black Sea "Wheat, Hungarian Seed Oat-', Nova Scotia Plaster, Brad ley's Phosphate of Lime, Hay Seed, Clover Seed, Northern and Wcrlorn Corn, Oats, Buckwheat, &c, as usual. Choice brands of Flour arriving, and on band, 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, Fell 1st, 1800. d&wtf d220 wot NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR S A L E . Srortr., stoi'ic, kixtciikh, and oou AYiM-ofa fitht class DRY GOODS STORE. Uest location in town, cm Main Sheet, oimo- nito tho Pari;. Also, our place of residence, on Jjii,'land St. Tor fin t her particulars inrpiiio of tU'-2oO hltKCK .V WKTHKIilJKE. Q5T. o Xor near tho Cars at tho Central Uepnt J Jnr- luiKion, t., on Saturday evening, J !. 27th Ik. XiXXCTK COLIiAIl. Any infoi niation of it will ho rewarded In I'lili iiiK at the St. Albans Foundry Ofliee. 'ils-;l lOST, 0 a .MAIN or rAllil'lKLl) STJli:i:T an AUTOUIlArH ALBUK. The Jinder will confer a favor by leaving the same- at the Tiiaxsoiuit Office. RBMOV AX.. O N account of the commenceni.'iit of n-paiis in tlio Welden House, , Mrs. H. F. BUCK has lfcinoved to the store in Karrar's DiiUtliug, corner of Main and Congress -titrcots, lately oc cupied by Mr. 1'. (1. Sldnucr, where ului will be pleased to nco her old friends and cuhtoinors. 217-f3w FOR SAS. mill; aul..-cnber ulWafor sale the TliK.MO.NT JL HOUSE, in St. Albans : .haid limine, iM in Rood repair and capable of accommodating two hundred ner.-oiiH. For further p.irUeularn en quire at tiie house. S L.MANN. St. Albans, Feb. !). lKC.'J. 't'j'i-tf 0TJH BAND 0 ONuEET. To tin cilieiii of St. Albans and vicinity : The St. Albans Brigade Band Under the direction of their Jn.-itriictoi GEO. K. KINSLEY, assisted bv J. Ii. HOI.MliEUl! and II. F.U.ES, will i:ivi "their ANNUAL PHOWLWi): COXfEitT AT ACADEMY HALL, TUESDAY EAENING, MARCH 9th liming the enlcitainincnt the Full Hand will perioral a programme roucMinf,' or Overtures Andantes, Marches, Quicksteps, Polkas, Waltzes, ike. ALSO "WASHINGTON QUICKSTEP" AND " FRONTIER POLKA," Composed by (ir.o. E. Kisosi.r.Y, and respect fully dedicated by him to the Firemen ol St. Al baiiH. At the conclusion of the Concert, Music will lioiurnialieil uy tlio l ull lirass Hand, ami also llolmborn and FaliV Orchestra, for danclnpt. Concert Tickets, 3jc Tickets admittiiiK tient and Ladv to Concert and Uance. il.M. Doors upon at 7 o'clock p. in,, Concert lo com inoiico at 8. 217j tl B LACK Sack 'oata in everv style, at WM. N. smith ik CO S. Smith'u now Blook. TELECxR A3 f I'orlln Virmout Trnmoripl, LATEST NEWS. FROM WASHINGTON. KU.M0KS ABOUT TUB 0ABINKT. I Stewart and Hoar to Resign, BOUTWKLL TO BE APPOINTED SECRETARY OF TREASURY. Wreck of the Cliina. VElifimLE SUFFERINGS OF THE VJtEW. Nuw Yohk, 8th. The Tribune's Washington correspon dent sajv, Messrs. Stewart andlloarare expected lo resign, in which event, Gov. Boutwoll, of Massachusetts, will bo ap pointed Secretary of the Treasury, and Judge Picrpont, of New York, is to be Attorney General. Tl is learned on excellent authority, that Hon. G.H. Stuart, of PhPadclphia, was offered a'CalJnet position byGrant, but he declined on account of (lie state of his health. The bnrquoW. H. Jenkins, from Yar mouth, N. S., arrived at Brooklyn on Saturday, with llicseeond mate and six men from the China, who were rescued from the wreck after being fourteen days without food. The China was lost on her voyage from Quebec to Cardiff, Wales, in November last, 'lhc suffer ings of the ciew were terrible in tlio extreme. On lhc 131 h of December, a very heavy sea broke over the barque, and two of tlio sailors were swept into their ocean grave. Before the rest of the men could save themselves in tho forerigging, another L rrible sea plung ed down on the doomed barque and swept off the forecastle, and carried the Captain and 4 of the crew after their un happy companions. The only shelter these horror-stricken men had was un der a little forecastle deck. St( rid away in this little reeets, and entirely open on one side to wind and waves, they sullbred for 14 days and nights all the agonies of hunger and thirst ; the only piovisions left on tlio ship was a barrel of salt pork, underone of tho hatches. From this, at tho immi nent risk of their lives, they obtained every particle of food, and slacked their thirst with hailstones and such piccious drops as they could squeeze from the ends and bits of canvas when it rained. When discovered the second mate was insensible. Tho mute d'ed of utter de bility within two hours after his rescue. All the men were not only as thin as skeletons, but wto covered with boils, caused by exposure to tho salt water, and which added greatly to tho oilier miseries of their hard lot. Every care was taken of them, and by the time they reached Fayal, on tho 20th of January, they were strong enough to walk on shore. New Yoiik, 8lh. Tho chief topic of conversation here is the disqualification of A. T. Stewart. All day Saturday, knots of merchants could be seen throughout tho business quarters, discussing tlio matter. The honest importers are anxious to have the disqualifying section repealed. They say they have full faith in Mr. Stewart, and that If ho is at the head of the Department, outside and Inside swindles will bo swept away from the custom-house, and every imp ster will be placed on tlio same footing. The strongest objection to President Grant's Cabinet is the selection of Mr. Wnsliburne for tho Stalo Department. Business is inexpressibly dull. Fiske's express operations are work lug well so far. The now office up town is to be a splendid affair. Ne . Yomc, 8lh. A Lima, Peru, letter of February 14th, says, committee of citizens wore busy taking measures to prevent the spread of the yellow fever to the city. The heat was intense. Tho revolution in Bolivia lias been completely crushed, and President Mul garejo was lo assume tlio supremo power an (he 1st of February, having author ized Muriano Donati Munor to form a Ministry for him. I A Valparaiso letter of Feb. 3d, says, (ho dlflorencea between Chill nnd Bue nos Ayres have been removed. A Some trouble is anticipated with Bra zil and tho action of the Chllian.Mlnjs (er in producing the diflloulty isstrong ly condemned. The Indian war in the interior was assuming greater proportions and pre senting more complicated nspeets every day. New Yor.K, 8th. Gibson's stnhlo,onWashlngton street, wni burned Ins( night, with 12 Jioi-si'l i Loss, $ft,000. NiiwuuitYi'OKT, Mass!., 8th. Tho examination of Leonard Chiulc; tlie alleged Incendiary, which was post poned from last week, was commenced before Jut'co Courier this a.m. New Yoitic, Slli. U.1.1 131;. ? CROCKES.Y ! 1 li.i. ju-.l rec i til a lari'e lot of iirt .ind s. ennd quality of Stone nml China Waie, com prising two V w and Ehaiit Patterns called '(ten. C.rant" J'atti'in i. Aho a laro stock of Cutlery, Cllat-9 and Stone Ware, which I offer for sale cheap. I'Ichmc call and nee before purchas ing elsewhere. At the old Fairar block, one door north of George II. Farrar'n. V. 0. HKINNEIt. Si. MUiis. Oct 21th. 1MU. 180-11 We Wish it to be Understood By the readers of this paper that we Euy HaKH, Slake Paper, Sell UooIih, Sell Stalionei-v, Hind Hooks, Itebind old book, Do Job Pi luting;, Supply Printers, Supply Merchants, Contract with Authors, Contract with Publishers. Contract for Stereotyping, liny old Paper and Hooks, Huy Woolen Hags, Publish Fowlo's Speller, Publish tho Yurmont Speller, l'ublish Walton's Hegii-tcr, Publish Prayer Hooks, Publish tho Vermont Directory, Publish New Hampshire Din dory, Publish other Hooks, Employ Tvpo Setters, Want Money and will be jjlad to hear from you in the way of Hit iiiifs. Address, the CLAFiEMOXT MANUFACTURING CO. J-".2-tf Claremout, X. 11. NOTICE. rSAU FAltMEHS AND UTHE11S.- The subrfciib JL ers having purchased and lifted up in (piud order, the Woolen Mill at Swanton Fall", for merly known as Piatt's Factory, aro now pre pared to manufacture Cloths o'r Yarn for cus tomer.', or exchange the some for wool. A lib eral share of patronage solicited, ami satifac tion guaranteed. N. H. Office in south end of Factory, whero may bo found the books and accounts o'fthe lain firm of Plait .V HinUlev. 21'J-tr ' MEIGS A H1NKLEV. OLiiIm ..Yti'onos. BV ncent enactments of Congress, all Sol diers wlio have served three years and haw received but f tOO bounty from tho United States, or who, having enlisted for three vears, were dis charged in consequence of wounds, ami tho wid ow, children, or parents of any soldier wlio eii lited foi three wars, under a promifO of only MOD lummy, and who died in the service, aro en' tithd to an additional bouiitv of ONE HUN DEED DOTjTjAHS I All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or foot, or have incurred disability equivalent to the loss of hand or foot, aro entitled lo a largi increase of pension. All pensioned widows of soldiers or sailors un entitled to an '.lcreac'd pension of two dollars per mouth fori ach child under r inlet u years ol age. Claims of the above nature, and for arreais ol pay, tidier i s' extra pay, for horses lost in the P. S. service, commutation of rations of priMinc-i of war and prize monev, will bo promptly prose cuted by application W letter, enclosing dis charge lrom service, will he attended to and tliti necessary papers retitnifcd to plicant for sig natures, Ac. E. A. SOWLES, Oftko over tho First National Hank, St. Albans. Aug. i7th.l8G0. 125-t.' Good Dairy Farm FOll SALE LV MONMSTOWN, within one half mile of Morristown village. j -Farm contains about eighty-five acres of good land, sixty acres cleared, und the remaii.der wood-laml. Four hundred Sugar or Maple tiees, with Sap Tub3 and Sugar Utensils. A young Apple Orchard of about 150 tivis. mostly iu bearing. House 30 x 10, in good repair, with good-cellar. Earn 2 x Gt, Willi cellar under tho whole and in good repair. Ituiining water at house and barn, and pahtures well watered. Forty tons ot hay cut from twenty aeie.-i will be hold witli tho farm if desired. v . 'ft Sovea Cows, 5 yearling heifers, Hi' sheep, and' a span of good woik horses will ho sold with the place if desired, and all farming toola. All to be sold very cheap for cash. Vi II. I'OWEItS, Morristown, Any. I.-!, isfis. aiOivtf. BAILEY'S BUTTER TUB. Hi.sioN, Dec. IS, ISi'.S. A. H. Eui.i.y, Dk.'.k Sia : The time has conio when the advantages of your tub aro apparent ; neaiiy all that wo are recuving (unless lato fall or winter make) is stroitq on top which would not bo tho casoif put up in your tub, If thero aro sny nico dairies iu your vicinity put up iu your tub you may pay 5 cents per 11.. moro for thorn than for fcumiiicr dairies put up in tho old stylo tub. In fact we don't want any Summer dairies at any price in the old tubs. Yo cau buy common butter htn lower than yon can up there. W think Poul try is dull this weok, can't toll how it may be at Ohiistmafi. Yours trulv R.rUEL H1GELOW A CO. 2.-.1-U 23 North Market Stret (. WANTED. An Agent to mako a' tliorougli canvass of Franklin County in behalf ot that old and reliable Lifo Insurance Company, The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford Conn. Liberal turns to an active, energetic man. Address N. G.AXTEEL, Pern, Clinton Co., N. Y. Genoval Agent for NorthcriiNcw York and Ver mont. .207-tr i'a!) ti WM. N. SMITH, A Co. for good bar VJT gains in clothing and Hats and Caiia, and everything in their line. FOR ONE II ENDUED TONS nf HAY. Enquiro of , , , JASrF.lt HAND. St. Albans, Feb 2nd, 1R03, 221