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VERMONT DAILY THA.jSTSOR.TPT, APBTL l4t, 1869.
Vermont Daily Trail script. ST. A L HANS, VT. WEDNESDAY, AlUlIIi 14, 18CU. Travelers' Guide. ARIUVAL OF I-AS8EMir.il 'JIIA1NB. From the South and East, 5,48 a. m., 11.15 a.m e..T5 p. m., 8,10 p. m. From Rouee'n Point ami Wcet, 7,20 a. in., 11,. 50 a.m.. C60 p. m. From Montreal, 11 45 a. m., l.4u p. m. DEI-AHTl'ltU OK FASSC.NOEll UlAl.Nb. For tho South and Kant, C'20, a. m., 12 U 7 'JO p. in. For Rouee'is Folnt and Went, llUo a.m. m., a IB p. m For Montu-al, C 10 a. in., 0 55 p. m. DAILt A1-.H1VAL OK 8TA0ES AT HI. Al.llA.SH. From Sweetabunrh and Fianktiu, 700 p. m. From ltlchford and Sheldon, 500 p. m. From Sheldon, 10 00 a. m. From BnkenUehl, 11 00 a. m. OAILT UEl-AUTUHi: OK STAOUH l'UOJI ST. Al.UANS. For Franklin and SwoeUburgh, 7 t!0a. m. For Sheldon and Richford. 8 110 u. m. For Sheldon, 2 00 p. m. For ltakersUdd, 1 00 p. m. .Stages call at tho several hotels In town. Stage offices at the Treniont House. ci.osiMi or mi: mails. Mailt! lor New York close at 5 00 a. m. and 7 00 . in. Mailn lor Boston close at 5 a. m. and OHO p.m. Malls for Albany and the West close at 5 00 a.m Mailn for Canada close at 5 L'O a.m. Southern and Northern way mail close at 5 00 n. id. Strangers' Guide. riMIE Y. M. C A. meets, every Monday evening L at their rooms over Win. N. Smith' Store, Main Street. Chaniplain Chapter No- K. A. M. meets tlie third Vdmsdny owning in each month, at their hall in Union block, Main Street. Columbus Council No. 1, It. A S. M. meets the x eoiid Wednesday evening in each month, at their hall in Union Mock. Franklin Lodge No. 4, F. .V A. M., meets Un til st Wednesday evening in each mouth at their ball in Union Mock, Main Street. Englenbv Lodge No. HI F. A A.M. meets the fourth Wednesdav evening in each mouth, at their hall in Union Mock. Main Street. Crystal Fountain, Temple of Honor No. 1 meets rvi-rv Tuei-dav evening at their Hall in ll irnes Mock, Lake Street. St. Albans Lodge No .12. 1. O. of Ci. T. meets every Friday evening at their Hall in Haines Mock, Lako'Strcet. Rising Sun Lodgo No. Si I. O. orO. T. meets ;vurv Saturday evening, at St. Albans Bay. St." John tho Baptist Benovolent Society (Ca nadian) meets on tho first and third Wednesday evening of each month at their hall over 1.. H . lluntinnton's Store. To Atlvt-rtim-rt The Villi most Daily Tuans-utn-r has tho largest circulation in St. Albans niid in Fianklin County, of any daily paper, and is on that account, if no other, tho best medium for advertising. Local Items. Ouu )aua Tho.ec wishing toeooiire copies of our daily paper can do so at Merrilield's and Baker's bookstores, as well as of carriers, and at the oillee. Copies of our weekly paper may also he had at these places. Canada Agocj. The passenger train last night from St. Albans south, num bered 13 caw, principally Canadians. Franklin County Curt. April Term, IKU. Hon V. C. Wilson, Presiding Judge. Hon. W. V. Stevens, Hon. John K. "Whitney, f Assistants. O. A Burton vs. the Town of Frank lin. H. S. Royce and Bryant Hall for plaintill'; Edson & Rand for defend ant. This bennra lenirthv case, no others were brought up to-day. The Sugar-house of Mr. Elijah Cur tis, of Georgia, was burned to the ground on theniirht of the 12th inst. Caufe of lire unknown, Batter;. G. of the 5th U. S. Regular Artillery, (1GT olllcers and men,) passed through here to-day, on their way from Little Rock, Arkansas, to Plattsburgh, N. Y., to take the place of soldiers who were recently ordered to Fort Leaven worth. A large and enthusiastic meeting, in favor of the "Whitehall and Plattsburgh Railroad, was held at Whitehall on the 12th. Bio amy. John D. Homo alias J. B. Heath, has been arrested at Chester, for bigamy, and committed to jail at Woodstock. Goon Heifer. J. L. Sanders, of Al bany, lias a three years old heifer- came in this snrinu from which he makes over a pound of butter daily, be sides fuinifhing milk for his family. . - - Accident. The Rev. H. I. Camp bell, of Albany, met with a serious ac cident while taking down n barn on his farm In Lowell. It is thought thought that several of his ribs are fractured. Rev. J. II. Woodward, of Irasburgh, who lias been in wasliington, lias re turned home. The Standard learns that he did not go after, an olUee, and bays : How ho must have appeared to tho Washlngtonians! R. R. Train Stuck in the Mud. The Lebanon Springs railroad was com pletely obstructed last week by mud banks sliding upon thi track, and a train loaded with a largo amount of freight for Tildon & Co. and the Shale ers, got stuck fast in tho mud Gov. l)umci:i:, of Utah, was formerly in business nt liarloi.'. lti:ir.vi)i:i). Messrs. Ingalls and Bean, of (Jiventboio, who, some eight months ago, had several horses seized by the custom olllct-rs. at Newport, and advertised and sold, have lately receiv ed a decision in their favor Horn the Treasury Department at Washington, and an order for the r 'funding of the money some 9il0. An lNTi:iti:sriNci Document. Ve think the readers of tho Transcript will he much Intel ested in reading the memorial of the inhabitants of the town of St. Albans, in 1S0S, addressed to Thomas JeH'erson, Esq., (lie then President of the United States, which we print in to-day's paper. The memo rial was copied from the Hies of the CvtUinrl, as formerly spelled. Kilmnuton Railroad. Atthe elec tion of Directors of the Klllington rail road, held at Plymouth, on Saturday last, the following gentlemen were chosen : George A. Merrill, Rutland. John Is. Baxter, Rutland. Isaac V. Baker, Comstock's Landing, J.N. 1. Charles A. Scott, Plymouth. John P. Hoskinson, Healdville. - Nr.w Invention. School Ulouc Rev. 11. Jlorrlck, of Wolcott," has pa tented a globe, made of strong linen pa per, in sections so mat it folds up so as to appear like a foldcdshcetof thick pa per. By means of a steel spring, it Is spuing into shape, on the cover of a common atlas, so that in all respects it is a perfect artificial globe for common school use. The inventors have the machinery made to manufacture these globes as an attachment to the ordinary school At. as, at a cost that will place them within the reach of every scholar. FrccPrr.ss. Starved to Death. Tne R.itland Herald gives the following circumstan ces attending the death of Mr. William Ilurlbut of Cornwall, who was buiied on the 7th inst: Sometime last year he had stolen from his sleeping room some $200 in money and $2,000 in notes. Tho thief was found, airaigned before our County court, and entered a plea of guilty, and was sentenced to the State Prison, where he now is. He confessed the theft, and the money and notes were returned to Mr. II., with the ex ception of about $00 or $70 in silver, which was missing. This so preyed on his mind, as to make him sick, and he refused to eat, declaring that he was going to become a town charge, although worth from $0,000 to $8,000, and a bachelor withal at that, at tho age of nearly 70 years. lie persistently re fused to eat, and force was resorted to, to compel him to take food upon his stomach. He gradually ran down, and finally starved to death. He was or dinarily a very genial and social man, but the love of money was his bane. Funeral ok Rev. Dr. Aiken. The fun .ral of Rev. Silas Aiken, D. D., took place from the Congregational church, Rutland, on Friday last, at2 p. m. The church was draped in mourning and presented a solemn appearance, and the funeral services, conducted by Rev. Norman Seaver, D. D., of Brooklyn, late pastor of the Rutland Society, were highly impressive, the theme of the dis course being a print leal application of the religious life of Rev, Dr. Aiken. The funeral cortege was a long and sad one, under the direc tion of Col. George Merrill, the pall-bearers being James Barrett, E. V. N. Harwood, Charles Sheldon, Jacob Edgerton, Thomas Me- jaughlin and Frederick Chalice. Tho remains were interred in Pine . Hill Cemetery. Is-lEiLA-Motte. Tlie Troy Times of Saturday has the following concerning Isle-la-Mottc : One of the oldest towns in Vermont is Isle-la-Motto, situated on an Island of the same name, ten miles in length by three in wlutli, in the niiudie ol italic Chumplain.near ItsNoither.'i extremity, ibout ten miles distant irom cmier shoio, and containing about five hun dred inhabitants. The large farm-hous es arc built of stone and bear marks of great antiquity. Many of the inhabi tants navo become independent by la ticnt tlllago of soil, which is rich and fertile. Tho nrincinal nroductlons are giain, fruit, pot and pearl ashes, maple sugar and beans. About live thousand bushels ol the latter are produced annu My. and one tanner makes about one thousand pounds ol manic sugar. There are also several valuable bluestono quar ries, one ol which lurnisneathe matcri al lor building the famous Victoria bridge at Montreal. During the season lavigation tho island is readied by means of a sail-boat lerry, hut a gentle men of this city visited it a day or two since by horso and sleigh, over snow minus irom three to six ieet deep, and ten miles across tho lake, on lee thro ieet in thlcKiiess. uno year ago the farmers there sowed their grain in Holds which are now covered with snow two or threce feet in depth, Monti'elier Post Office. Capt John W. Clark has been appointed and confirmed Post Master at Montpeller Tho Journal in nlluding to tho matter says : " Cunt. Clark is every way eompo tent and worthy, and unquestionably his appointment will prove generally satisfactory, after the excitement of the contest has passed away; though pre cisely the same might be said of li is principal competitor, Joseph A. Pren tice, Esq., one of the most highly es teemed of all our citizens. It is due to James G. French, l-'sq., who has held tho position during the last two administrations, to add that never before has the town been so well accommodated and so faithfully served In respect to Its post olllce interests, as during his term. A new and elegant building lias been erected; faithful atul obliging deputies employed; the most liberal hours of opening and closing ob served; and a general administration of the affairs of the office maintained, that reflects great credit upon the gen tleman in charge. This, we believe to be the universal opinion of our people. Fortunate, Indeed, will his successor be if he shall give an equal measure of sat isfaction. The extreme dillicully, nay, impossi bility of giving entire satisfaction to all parties concerned, in determining a matter of this character, may well sug gest a lesson of consideration and chari ty in respect to like matters past, pres ent and future. Xeibs and Other Items. The blue hats so much worn by our young men arc very becoming. There has been too much slavery in Cuba, and too much Spanish extortion. A colored preacher in Savannah last Sunday enjoined all his hearers to keep " out of gunshot of the devil." A new stylcof hat, entitled the " Gre cian Bend," 1ms made its appcar-mcc. Joseph Dion declines to accept any more billiard challenges, his private business requiring all his attention. A lock of human hair was found by a Maine wood-chopper recently, buried In a beech tree four inches deep. Tt had been there fully 80 years Miss Dorothy L. Dix, who has inter ested herself for many years in the treat ment of tlie insane, is about visiting California to labor lor their better care in that State. Mme. Proudhon, widow, of the Fieuch writer, who startled the world with a pamphlet entitled Property is Theft," now earns a precarious living as a laundress. A married couple in Kentucky, both of whom are deaf mutes, have an infant child that can hear, and which, it is thought, will be able to articulate per fectly in due time. The boy who was caught looking in to the future has been arrested for try ing to see the snow without pay. Why was Jonah tho strongest man ? Because the whale couldn't hold him after he had got him down. Why will young fellows be such fools as to give their sweethearts locks of their hair, when, after marriage, they can't help themselves. The first day a little boy went to school the teacher asked him if he could spell. " Yes do you spell boy?" sir. Well, how Oh, just as others folks do. " A piofessor, giving a lecture to some boys, was explaining how one could live without air. He then said, " You have all heard of a man drowning how does that happen?" The ready answer was, " Cause lie can't swim. " A raptured writer inquires, " What is thereunder heaven more humianiz ing, or, if wo may use the term, more liigeii.ing, than a line oiacu eye in lovely woman ?" Two black eyes is the ready answer. The late Rev. Daniel Isaac was both a great wag and a great smoker. " Ha! here you are, " crieu a latty, wno sur prised him one day with a pipe in his mouth, " at your idol again. " "Yes madam, " lie coolly replied, "burning it," Looh Here. A choice lot of Siberian Seed Wheat for sale. Black Sea Wheat, Ilunaarian 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 of Flour arriving, and on hand, worth from $7 to $14 per bbl., all of which will be sold at a small ad vance. Call and examine. S. C. NOBLE, St. Albans, Feb 1st, ISO!). d&wtf (1220 w54 D I J3 D . In Swantiiii. Ainil 12, Dr. O. H. Saxton. for merly ot Builiugton, aged IV.) years. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TO RENT. T MIK STOIIK ut my residence. I'lUJUilO of ii. u. a.ui i n. St. Albans, April 13, 1800. 2S0tf IMPORTANT! TJOlt tho betteraeeoiuiiiodatiou of the public, X the mibscribor Iiuh secured tho services of severa exoenenccd Itilii . t'luzlei-x and l'aix r Hit ni; With a fair share ol public Pltroii:i''o he U determined to keep the best worMiiL' traiiL' ol meclianicH in ine i.ouniy. I, t it be remembered that be employs pone but expcriencul workmen and men if steady habits. II you want a painter, don't forget the place; Simp on I.ako Street, opposite tho Foundry; Koi-idmco east oi Aeademv, on High Street. CHAltLK.-i THOMPSON, House, Carriage and t ijiii Fainter St. Albans, Yt., April 12, lBfi'J. tliv.2(H A FJNF. aiibortniont of. SPRING OVERCOATS, Just received at Xo, '-1 Darmw ltloili. I,. Men. SMITH A Co. A LARGE lot of NEW GOODS ju-t received at tho CASH CLOTHING ST0UE, r?o. a DAimow nxjoox, McD. S3IITII A Co. NOTICE. I will pasture the mining summer thirty or foity Cows on the Whittenio.ro Hill pasture heretofore occupied by A. M. Clark, at ten dol lalK a Cow lor tin- i-eaHon. Cmod l uniitng water at nil times in hii 1 p.isture. PATRICK O'NKIL. St. Albam:, April 12, ISfiU. t:iw-!2(U Dissolution of Co-Partnership. HI.. SAJISUX .V CO. hau- thl$ day ilia- Holved eo-paiti:er.hip. All accounte bot tled by 11. L. Saiupon. II. L. SAMSON, tli-'J.V) K.J. SAMSON. CO-PARTNERSHIP. HL. SAMSON and S. U. MOUC. N. Jr., have this dav formed a Co-partnership under the name of 11. L. SAMSON .V CO. Jlrrch 8, 18(i'.l. i tf 231) 1 HEAT reduction in prices at the Clothing VJT Store. No. 2 l)ar ow lilock. on account of , our having adopted the ' CASH PLAN of doing business. Call and see for oui seh'cs oefore purchasing elsewhere. No. 2 IMnuw lltuvt-, Uu-2m h. Mel). SMITH A Co. SOLD OUT. ritHE subscribers having disposed of their .1. stock and intuest in tho Stove and Tin Waro Trade in St. Albans, would givo notice that all accounts must bo settled without delay. 31 r. Nash will remain at tho old stand until the loth inst., to settle accounts, and after that day they will bo passed into tho bands of a lawyer. ASli .V IJllUViiN. St. Albans, Apiil 5, 18G'J. Ti2-2fi: NOTICE. IS hereby given that tho books for receiving Mib.soriptions for shares of tho capital stock in tho National Trust Company, charter ed by the Ociu'ial Assembly of the State of Ver mont, and approved November Kith, ISO'S, will he opened at the banning rojms ot tho Ver mont National Bank, in St. Albans, on Tuesday, tho -1 tli day of May, 1809, and continue open from 10 o'clock a.m. till 4 o'clock p.m., each day Sundays excepted for tho space of ten days", and thereafter until ono thousand shares shall bo subscribed. Tho subscribers shall, at tho time of sub scription, deposit with tho Commissioners, ten dollars on each sharo by them subscribed. St. AlbaiiH, April 1st, 18G0. Wort Illusion C. Smith, lliailley llmloiv, George G. Hunt, Juines Suxv, Iltinitlo X. Ilarliei-, A Id Is O. Uialiiiiil, ..Jasper Rami, 9Iu.t-llu A. Seymour, Lawrence lira jnciil, !''., Samuel Williams, Abner Forbes, P. Slrwarl Straiialiaii, John W. Newton, Guy C. Noble, .loll n C. Fio-iur, John .1. llurgess. t271-tillMa George G. Smith. Commissioners. SASH DOORS and BLINDS, An Old Establishment NEW PROPRIETORS, AT SWANTON, VT. ' MAHVI.V & BUTTEUPlEIiD having pur chased tho SASH DOOIt and 1JL1ND Manufactory Establishment, at Swanton, of S. F. UlacUman. are prepared to continue tho busi ness in all its branches. A full stock is kept on hand constantly, and sash doors, blinds and mouldings of tho latest and most approved pat terns mado to order. Particular attention paid to manufacturing houso-llnisliing imperials. Givo us a call ; satisfaction euarantccd. T. D. 3IAHVIN, C. H. 13UTTERFIGED. Swanton, 3Iarch 20, 18G9. f2C2tf F 0 RSA L E. HOUSE AND IiOT containing ONE-HALF ACHE of land, on corner of Lake and U ravel Streets, in St. Albans Village. Inquiro of 31. BUCK. St. Albans, April 5, 180'.). :(2w274 Call in at L. MoD. Smith & Co.'s and see the new arrival ot Spring Style Ifala and Capit. NOTICE IS hereby given that on and after the 1st dayi of Apiil, 180'J, no credit will bo given for oods by tho undersigned. In entering upon tho CASH FLAN, wo would ask our former patron to call and satisly themselves from tho price that goods can l.e told cheaper for cash than for credit. L. JIcD. SMITH A CO. lteadv 3Iado Clothing, lie., No. 2 Darrow Block, St. Albans, March 22, 180'J. :)w22 BY recent enactments of Congrebs, all Sol diers who have served threo years and havo received but J100 bounty from tho United States, or who, having enlisted for threo years, were dis charged in conscqucnco of wounds, and tho wid ow, chiiuren, or parents oi any soiiuer wno en listed foi threo years, under a promise of only flOU bountv, and who died in the service, aro en titled to an additional bountv of ONE HUN DRED DOLLARS I All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or foot, or havo incurred disability equivalent to the loss of hand ar foot, are entitled to a largo increase of pension. All pensioned widows of soldiers, or sailors aro entitled to an ".lcreased pension of two dollars pur month for each child under sixteen yearn of ago. Claims of tho above naturo, and for arroaia ot pay, oftiects' extra pay, for horses lost in tho U. S. service, commutation- of rations of prisoners ot war ami prize money, win uo promptly proso ruled bv innilir.il inn bv letter, enclosim? ills charge Irom service, wifl bo attended to and tho uccesharv papers loturuou to pneant lorsig. natures, Ae. E. A. SOWLES, Ollieo over tho Firtit National Bank, St. Albans, Aug. 17th,1800. 125-tt CLOT II I NO, CLOTHING, ULOTHING, CLOTHING I Tho largest Stock of Clothing, Hats and Caps and Furnishing Goods over offered for sale in einiont. Is now opened at WM. N. SMITH. CO'S, 1 O WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for your pans V aiuivtht. gOYS HATS. B OYS CAl'S. Of allliindu, just received at WM, N. SMITH, A OO. milE best stock or Clothing in tho Stato jut X received at WM. N. SMITH, & CO'S. NEW A D 'Ell TISEM EN 'VS. FOR SALE.' HOUSE and lot of land eona'stinK of six . acres, situated about a mile and a quarter west of tho Depot in St. Albans. Tho buildiuKS are nearly new and in good repair. There is a fi nit orchard of about fifty young trees, and the land in in good stato of cultivation For further particulars applv to H'ttf.'J5'2 "11. F. nuoa. FOR SAKE. f nilE mibscrlber oilers for sale tho TREMONT 1 HOUSE, in St. Albans -. said hous.0 is in good repair and capable of accommodating two hundred person's. For further particulars en quire at the house. S L. 3IANN. SI. Alban.s. Feb. !). 18(i'.l. 2.rr-tt' St, Allmns Marble Works, ri'HK subscriber would respectfully announce X to the Citizens of Franklin County that he has opened a MARBLE SHOP in St. Albans, on Centro Street, a fow diors west of It. Brainerd's Drug Store, and is prc paaed to furnish l-'orelgn anil 1)., meslle .Vtiirbte Monuments, Tomb Stones, and in short, i-vi-ryllitiiR connected with tho busi ness, at reasonable prices, and satisfaction given or no pay required. l'ersons wishing to erect memorials to do parted friends will do well to call before pur chasing elsewhere L. A. BIIOWNELL. St. Albans, 3taieh 111, 180!), f202tf BAILEY'S BUTTER TUB. Boston, Dec. 18, 1808. A. It. Baii.uv, Duau Sin : The time has conio when the advantages of your tun aro apparent ; neany all that wo aro recilving (unless lato fall or winter make) is strong on top which would not be the case if put up in your tub. If there aro any nico dairies in your vicinity put up in your tub you may pay 5 cents per lb. more for thorn than for Summer dairies put up in tho old stylo tub. In fact wc don't want any Summer dairies at any prico in the 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. Yours truly SAMUEL BIGELOW .V CO. 231-tf 23 North Market Street. WANTED, 21,000 Dairy Skins, 10,000 Veal Skins, 100 Tons "Old Bones," ALSO A(t Tirv-ira to pick up all tho OLD BONES 4UU DU Yb in Franklin County. Wo will pay $15 per ton cash, Farmers can savo 10 cents paid to a cnts by selling their DAIRY SKINS to us. Wo aro IlISAD Q,UAUTEIIS on SJCIXS and HONKS. Remember the placo Old Tin Shop 2 doors north of the American Mouse. 3IcGOWAN .V CO. St. Albani), Feb. 15, 1809. t257-0m Good Dairy Farm I710RSALE1N 3IORRISTOWN, within one ; half mile of 3Iorristown village. Farm contains about eighty-live acres ot good lanu, sixty acres cioareu, anil tho remaiuuer wood-land. Four hundred Sugar or 3Iaple trees, with Sap Talis and Simar Utensils. A young Applo Orchard of about 150 trees mostly in bearing. Hoiiho 30 x 4U, in good repair, witli cood eel lar. Barn 32 x 01, with collar under tho whole and in good repair. Running water at liouso and barn, and pastures well watered. Forty tons ot hay cut from twenty acres will bo sold with tho farm if desired. Seven Cows, 5 yearling heifers, 1G sheep, and a span of good work horaeswill bo sold with the place it desired, ami an tanning tools. All to do Horn very cnep ior casn. W. II. POWERS, 3Iorristown, Aug. 15, 1808. 230wtf. FOR SALE. A COOS VAHM situated partly in tho Town of Sheffield and partly in the Town of Whoelock, in the County of Caledonia, about ono mile from thoVillages in each of said Towns, and only bix milts from tho now machine shops on tho 1'ass. It. R. in Lyndon. Said Farm consists of 130 acres of good land. 10(1 acres cleared, with a good sugar orchard of 1.000 young thrifty trees, a lino applo orchard iiuo goua luiiu iJiumuigs, eousisuog oi a uouse, barn, corn house, sheds, and sugar houso. i ..: i i i There is a good stream of water to tho houso and barn, and a cellar under tho entire barn. It has an eabt cant, and the Boil is quick and warm. being well adapted to corn and wheat, l'rico low, for I am bound to soil. Terms easy. In quiro of tho subscriber at Barton, Orleans Co. vt u'.r v fiiinTT-n It. I.U.,,.VI1,VU.L. Also for sale, a HOUSU and 20 acres of land situated in Wheolock, about threo miles Last ureensuoro. Also, set of good buildings, with one aero of land, in llarilwicK. inquire as above. t-"--tt SACK COATS FOR SPRING, go to W3I. N. SMITH .V CO'S. 1 O TO W3I. N. SMITH .V CO'S for your Fal' A and inter Ulounng. GLOVES, GLOVES, o all kinds, of all kin at WM. N. SJUTH, .V CO'S. N EW Stylo ot Fall and Winter Caps just re ceived at WM. N. SMITH. A Co's. rnitlCOT COATS in Short Frocks, and Fill X Frocks of all kinds and colors at W3I.N. SJUTH, A CO'S. WOOL SCARFS of every description, just rc T ceived at WJI. N. SJUTH. A CO'S. G ENT'S SHAWLS Just received T at WM. N. SMITH, .V CO. " VERCOATS of all kinds J at WJI. N. SMITH .V CO'S. TJOYS CLOTHING ofall kinds just received AJ at WJf. N. SJUTH. ,V CO'S G1 O TO WJI. N. SMITH & CO'S for your T Black Sack Coats. 1ALL and see tho best Stool: of Clothine: J Hats and Caps and Furnishing Goods in tho state, ai iui s. miiru, a uu. P APEIt COLLARS and CUFFS of all KitulH of at Wm. N. SJUTH, CO S, NOTICE. ritO FARJIERS AND OTHERS.-Tho biibscrib JL crs having purchased and tltted up in good order, tho Woolen Mill at Swantqu X'alla, tor. lnnrlv Irnnwn nu 11hH'h Vnnlni-v nv.i nnu .wn- pared to maniifactu.ro Clotlia or Yarn for eus lomors, or exchange tho namo for wool. A lib oral sliavo of patronage solicited, and satlsfao tion guaranteed. N. 11. Ofllco in south end of Factory, where may bo found tho books and accounts of tho lato iirm or riatt iiiniiioy. 210-tf 11EIG3 A HINKLEY. BY TELEGRAPH For the Wrmont Transcript LATEST NEWS. . FROM WASHINGTON. The Alabama Treaty Rejected. I'lie Vote Almost Uiiuiiiiuoiis. Able Speech of Senator Sum ner. New Yoitic, 14tli. Tho Ainericu, of tho Pacific Mail line. the largest wooden vessel in tho world, being 4,300 tons burden, was yesterday successfully raised on the dry dock lit Ilobokcn, N. J., for the purpose of be ing sheathed with copper. She will sail between tho 20th of May and 1st of June, on a trip round tho world, and will return to New York about the mid dle of November. A Washington despatch says, Mr. Motley, Minister to tho Court of St. James, is here, lie Is tho guest of Sen ator Sunnier, and ho will receive his credentials immediately. It is expect ed that his instructions will bo made the subject of a Cabinet meeting, as soon as the Senate adjourns. The positive position the Senate have taken on tho Alabama claims will be backed by the President, and there are great expectations regarding his instruc tions to Mr, Mptlcy, op this particular subject. A short tinjc since, as Gen. Butler was riding in tho Pennsylvania Avemiu cars, a female who was leaving the car remarked, as she passed him : " Look out for your spoons. " The General as certained that she was employed in the Freasury Department, and she has now obtained a permanent leavo of absence, and the General has had her place filled by a colored woman. Mr. Sumner'H speech yesterday Is pro nounced by all Senators to have been very able, and so far as its aim was to secure the re cctiou of tho Alabama treaty, it certainly was a success. It disappoints expectation, however, in that it did not propose anything in lieu of what it destroyed. The proposition that England proceed upon the plea of guilty is loudly scouted here. After his speech, a vote was taken, and tho treaty was rejected by tho Sen ate by a vote of 54 to 1, Mr. McCreery, of Kentucky, giving the only vote in its favor. Republicans and Democrats alike condemn the handiwork of Revcrdy Johnson, and wo may now expect nego tiations with England on a now basis. , London, 14th p.m. Consols, 03J I 5-20s, 84 ; Erie 24J. New York, 14th. A Vera Cruz letter of March 31st says, a stormy session of Congress is antici pated. Belligerent rights will probably be granted to the Cubans. Very rich gold mines have been dis covered near Sinaloadt Leuragosa. A slight shock of earthquake has been experienced at Jalapa. Tlie strike on tho 2nd Avenue rail road still continues. Tho strikers sent a delegation of now men to tho depot, yesterday, who accepted situations as drivers, and then deserted at conveni ent points on the line. Superintendent Kennedy, on being appealed to, said his duty was to preserve peace, not to enforce contracts. New York, 14th, Weather pleasant and warm. Boston, 14th. Gol I 152?. 5 -20s, '02 120J do '01 1141 do '05 1131 do '07 113 do 'OS 113? Coupons, 115? Sixes, '81 1161 10-40 coupons 105 Currency 0's 103J Premium Early Rose Potatoes, 50 cents per pound. HARRISON'S only 4,00 per lib)., and 1 lb Roso free, Enuuiro of O. 0. WAIT. -'lw West Georgia, Yl. yyO not fall to call at tho Cash St o r e , and oxainino tho new arrival of Spring Stylo Clothing. L. 3IuD. SMITH li Co. GOto Wm. N. SMITH Ic CO'S for your Hals and Capaf'or their stock ia all now.