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VJSRMOjSTT DALJjY rrEANSOEIPT, APK1L 16, 1869.
Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. AI.HAKS VT. I-'IIIHAY, At'llll. 10, lfiflO. Travelers' Guide. ttltllVAI, K rAf-MKNOKll TIIA1NS. Fium tliu South mill Kant, 5,48 a. m., 11,15 a.m r.,X p. in., 8,10 li. hi. ,,,.., From House's l'oint anil NWat, 7,20 a. m., 11, 5(1 a. tn.. 050 p. in. From Montreal, 11 45 a. in., 0 1.i p.m. HErAUTt'iu: or i'Asr.sai:it tai.s. Km- tlx. South anil East, 0 20, n. in., 12 0 in., 7 W li. in. lor House's Point ami Wont, 005 a.m. 2 lu p. in For Montieal, 0 10 a. in., 0 53 p. m. IJA1I,I AlllllVAI. OF STAOF.S AT KT. AL1IANH. From Sweetsburgh ami Franklin, 700 ji. m. From Itichford an J Sheldon, 500 p. m. Pi oiu Sheldon, 10 00 a. m. From Ilakemflcld, 11 U0 a. m. IIAU.Y DKFAllTnti: OF BTAOKS FUOJl hT. AI.llASH. For Franklin ami Kwcetsburgh, 7 Ma. m. For Sheldon mid ltiehfnid, H ISO n. m. For Sheldon, 2 00 p. in. For HakerstUld, 1 00 p. m. Stages call at the several hotels In town. Stage olVieen at thu Trcmont House. Cl.OXlNO of mi: MAILS. .Mail tor New Yoik close at 3 00 a. m. and 7 00 !' m. Mailt, for Huston close at 5 a. m. and 01!0 p.m. Mails tor Alhanv and tlie West clone at 5 00 a.m Mails for Canada close at 5 ( 0 ii.in. Southern and Noithein way mail clone at u 00 .i. m. Strangers' Guide. rilHK Y. M. O A. meets every Monday c t-niiiK JL at tlieir room' over Win. N. Smith's Stmo, Main Street. Chainplain Chapter No- 1!. A. M. iiiccIn the thild Wednesday culling in each munth, at their hall in Union binds, Main Street. Columbus. Council No. 1, It. A S. JI. meets the M'cond Wednesday evening in each month, at tlieir hall in L'nion' liloclc. Franklin Lodge No. I, F. A A. M., meets the III at Wednesday evening in each month at their hall Ui Union lilock, Main Street. Knglesbv Lodge No. 81 F. A A.M. meet!- the fourth Wednesday evening in each mouth, at their hall in Union lilock, Main Street. Crystal Fountain, Temple of Honor No. 1 mccta everv Tuesday evening at their Hall in Uiriics lilock. Lak- Street. St. Albans Lodge No :52. I. O. or (1. T. meetH everv Vridav evening at their Hall in llarncs lilock, Lako'Strect. Hlsing Sun Lodge Xo. 8 1. O. nfO. T. meets ivurv Saturday evening, at SI. Albans li.iy. St." John tho"Haptist llonevnlent Society ( a nadian) meets on tho first and third Wednesday i.v.ning of each nionlh at their hall over F.. II. Huntington's Store. To AilveilUi r.-The Ykumon r Daiia Thanh i itn r has the largest circulation in St. Albans and in F ruiiklin County, of any daily paper, and is on that account, if no other, the best medium tor advertising. Local Items. Ouh Daily. Those wishing to secure copies of our daily paper can do so at Merrilkld's and taker's bookstores, as well as of carriers, and at the ollice. Copies of our weekly paper may also he hud at these places. l'riiitldin Count if C.mrt. April Term, IStV.I. lion W. C. Wilson". Presiding Judge. Hon. V. C. Sthvkns, v:c.mu Hon. John K. Whitxhv, At'll,l" Tiiukshay, April :.". The case of O. A. Burton vs. I he Town of Franklin was still on trial us wi go to press. At a meeting of the St. John liaplist llenevolent Society of St. Albans, hold last evening, it was resolved to appro priately celebrate the festival of St. John the Baptist, which occurs on the 24th of June next ; and the following gentlemen wer appointed a committee to make the necessary prej arations : Dr. YV. Thihault, A. Moussette, Clias. Mar chessault, Jean Bourguignon, Louis Leriche, M. Ledaux. Tho Rev. M. Verdier, a distinguislied speaker from France, was present and addressed the meeting on the impor tance of benevolent associations. Busi::s..s Dihhctouy w St. Ai. jjans. We understand fiom Mr. Marsh that the plan proposed for a di rectory is essentially this : To have it include the name, residence, business, and place of business of every citizen of .St. Albans; the business linns of every town in the County, and such advertise ments as parties may wish. An edition of 503 or more to be issued, and one copy furnished free to each post ofllee and hotel in the County, and to advertisers and subscribers by agreement. The conditions on which it will ho publish cd are : That arrangements aro com pletcd lo have the residences and bus! ness houses numbered, and that there are enough advertisers and subscribers to pay tho expense of publishing. . Tin: Congregational ChuroVat Swan ton Falls is to lie enlarge I at an expense of $8,000 or $10,000. - Raii.uoai Mi:i:tino atSwaxtox. There was a spirited Ballroad meeting at Swanton Falls yesterday, tho object being to see if the town would change the conditions of the bonds of tho town to aid in building the Lamoille Valley Railroad. Tho question was decided in the alllrmatlvo by thirty-o 10 majority. Dr. George M. Hall presided over the meetl'ig. Among the nominations sent to the Senate on Tuesday was Horace Bublee, Esq., of Wisconsin, to bo Minister to Switzerland. Mr. Bublee is a native of I Franklin County, and has for many j years boon a leading editor In Wiscon sin. I Tin: New York Circus will vMt Hen nlngton some lime next Augut. Xi;w IITi:t. at Hi:.VNiN(tT(N. The Manner fays : "A mammoth hotel en surprise is on foot, which, if carried out, will give to Hen illusion hotel accom modations fully equal to any town of It size in the country. We have not yet learned sulllcieiit to allow of our speak ing more definitely, hut say the enterprise is in the hands of men who never look l ack after once taking hold of the plough.'' i iNKI.UnNCK OF VnttMO.VT SlLN'AT It-!. The Washington correspondent of the Free I'css tays: "Vermont gets few appointments, the prevailing Im pression being that Vermont has already more than her share of (he olllces. This was stated to our delegation by Secretary Fish when the name of Ex Governor Dillingham was pressed for an important, appointment. There is considerable jealousy felt, too, by some Senators at the great inllueneo of the Vermont Senators, and failing to check it in the Senate they try to lessen it at the Departments." I'rrstiiiat. Dr. Geo. L. Ames, a former resident of Manchester, died recently at Niles, Mich., and his remains were brought to Manchester for interment. TUo Journal says of him : " Dr. Ames was a man of talent and culture, and for many years was one of the leading physicians in this section. As a citizen he was re spected and Leloved ; in his profession he wiii admired. His removal to Mich igan was then the source of general re gret, and now his death in the prime of manhood, will Lo lamented by all." Leonard Smith, of Troy, N. Y., who owned the bedstead factory at Searsburg, and who died recently, leaves an estate valued at $100,000. Mr. Henry Harris, recently a clerk in the Hraltleboro House, has assumed the management of the Sta"k House, llen nington. John English, a respectable citizen of Middlebury, died o i the 4th hist., aged Si years. He was a Freemason of more than fifty years standing and was buried with masonic honors on the 7th. The Bow Pliny II. White, of Coven try, is unable to preach in consequence of an attack of pleuiisy. The Rev. J. W. Spencer has closed his labors with the Methodist Church at Newport Centre. The relation of pastor and people has been very pleasant. .Mrs. Newton Chase, of Jay, 59 yens of age, has wove 381 yards of cloth incc last October, and helped about the house work. On the 3th she wound the quills and wove a yard in thirty minute.?. Dr. Blanohard, of Coventry, who had so far recoercd from a three months illness as to bo able to ride out among the sick a little, has had a relapse and is at present confined to his bed. 1'roin the Springfield (Hush) Union. Who Wrote " Jira utifut Snow!" Tho authorship of this poem has be come one of tho mooted questions c.f the day, and as many suppose it to he written by a lady, or rat Her some poor mini creature who (lieu in a Hospital some time since the war commenced will you. permit mo to make a plain statement ol a lew lacts. I nave a lilo of papers in lry possession bearingdato is. l, whien contains ine poun entitled " Beautiful Snow," with the name of " William Andrew Huntly Sigournoy" a tached to it as tho author, and tho same file of papers also contains other poems hv the same author entitled ''The Rain" "Under the Beautiful Moon"--"Hush"--"Dead in the Streets" and .some other minor pieces. The Cioldeu Age," in an editorial spenksof Mr. Sigournoy us "a true poet of the prevent atje. " These pape s also con tain a serial story ny me same autnor which runs through twenty numbers. Whether Mr. Sigoiuney wrote this poem I know not, but certainly it ap pears in tho"Coldeu Ago" bearing date 1S51 umtci' his name, and whether he is living I know not. Someyearsago there was a person who wrote under that name for several papers and mag azints. J think the public is deserving of this statement, as the poem has now been tho rounds of the press annually for several years and whoever wrote it they certainly should receive tho credit 1 1 1 e re fo r. B espo c t f u 1 ly , Em-is A. B::i:i. I'irrsNKM), April 2. 1S09, We give tho abovo by request, but think it fails .o answer the question as definitely as our correspondent seems lo suppose. Wo have heard of this William Andrew Huntly Sigournoy boforo as a literary humbug who at tempted to palm himsolfoiras a son of tho late Mrs. Sigournoy, who was ex changed in tho cradle. Ho however, failed toconvinco thepublio that Tie had either the inherited or inherent talent of that sweet poetes-;. Wo fear our cor respondent will have to look a'ain for the real author of Beautiful Snow." Our readers will perceive that this com munication is dated Piltstield Mass., but tho envelope enclosing it is post marked St Albans, Vt., the residence of this same William Andrew Huntly Sigournoy. Wo suspect Ellis Bced is a myth, and tills bogus son of Mrs. Sigournoy is tho real author, not of "Beauutul Know," nut ot tho above ecnimunlcation. Your artifice, my dear Sir, is a little too shallow to succeed. - Mrs. s, A. Allen's Improved Hair Restorer and Dressing. The attention of the public U Invited to the very Im portant idiati'jc ire ntly made In this article. We offer tho Improved Prep aration, a Hct-irer prompting it to Its 1 natural color and beauty, together with : an agreeable Dressing all in one bottle. ! This combination is perfect and unex : coplioiiable In every ivspeel, and is used Willi irrn.'tf snl luAii'l inn tiVnlll mid tOllllir. MllS. S. A. A LLLN's ZVI.OItA I.SAM I'M, anotlivr Preparation, clear without Sed iment, designed exclusively lor Dress ing, Strengthening and Beautifying the Hair, a refreshing toilet luxury, fur pre ferraele to French pomades, and sold at half the prire. Sold by all Dru.'rgisjs. J0'l-7 To sticccstully tre:.l diseases of the Throat, Lungs. Iivcr, Kidneys, Sloni aeh, Female Diseases, etc., the Blood must be permanently pttrilled; to do this we lvquire acompound that will act upon the organ allied d, upon the lllood. The Digestive Organs,aiid Lac teal Vessels and as this is the Ollice of ihi'irreat Shoshonees Remedy, we strongly reeeonnnend that Indian Con. pound in th -so dise ises. l(i.'l- lw NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TO SIEBJT. rnili: STCnv. at my residence. X Kiniuiie of O. O. SMITH. St. Albans, April 13, laii!. 280lf "save your money," " TROUBLE, DELAYS and EXPENSES Ay J) TAKE YOUJl COMF1) JiT GOING WEST BY THE Northern Transportation Co's TWO DAILY LINES or l'S: STEAMERS Day Boat and Night Boat ! With tuiMi.'y 11 wt cl.is.s Ste.iiui'iv, only i days thrmi;li to MILWAUKEE AND J I-I 1 OA. Gr O , without vmmiE or boat. First Class Tickets include Meals and State Rooms. Leaving' Ogdensburgli every d.iy, (Sunday'H excepted,) on ariival of norin trains for Clll CUiO, MIi.WAUKUl': and intermediate ports, without a cbaii,'e of boat ; and every evening (Sundays exc.pted) for Cleveland, Toledo, De tioit and intermediate port 4. l'a!eii,'er.s and families moving Weiit can embark witb their Lavage, 'J earns, Stoc!;, -c, and laud together without disturbance, or Transhipment at thcii port of destination, thus avoiding tho great incor.venieaco of thu many changes expenses and delays of other rout cm. These Steamers have, large Cabins and State Itooms, amply and neatly furnished lor rirst Clas.s Passengers and Families who may wish to furnish their own provisions. No efforts will be spared to maiirain the imp utation of this as the Cheapest and Best Route ! lie sure and sec tho Agents of this Lino bo foro you buy your tickets. a' Trusty men wi'l always meet l'ashcngcrs at tho Depot in Ogdeiibburg. to take checks raid iL-clieck llaggago for this Line. Ask for tickets via tho NORTHEEN TRANSPORT ATION CO'S Steamers, tho only American Lines leaving Ogdonslmrg. Wo will mako it lo the interest of every Trav eller to see tho Agents of this Line beloro pur chasing elsewhere. One hundred pounds of bagg.igo free to eauh passenger. Jhtyyaye Chrclvd Thruuyh U ull J'ointa. Through Tickets to all 1'oints in the Great West. North West and South West, cheaper than the cheapest, on application to 0. A. KDUy, Managing Ayuiit. Ollice :'Ste.iniors Landing, Ogdeiisburg, .N.V. t!KO. W. SWX'l'lI, Gen'l Ticket Agont, (nice : Cor. 1'ord an I Patterson Sts, oppusito Johnson Hoiho, Ogdensburg, N.V. 1L S. (iOODNO, Passenger Agent. 'Jill FINK assortment of SPRING OVERCOATS, just received at V. 'I Hariow lilock. L. Mel). SMITH - Co. Dissolution of Co-Partnership. HL. SVMSON .V CO. have this day dig . holved co-partnership. All accounts set tled bv II. L. Samson. ILL. SAMSON, Hf-'J.1!) K. .1. SAMSON. CO-PARTNERSHIP. nr 1, wvAiwnv nmi 1: Mmin.w .ii 11. have this day formed a Co-partnership under tho namo of II. L. SAMSON A CO. Mrrcli 8, lKli'.l. ttrii.VJ FOR J3ALE. STOItU, STOCK, L'tXTI'llKS, nilll tiODIi Wll.l.of allrst class DRY GOODS STORE. llet location in town, on Main Street, oppo site the Path. Also, our place of residence, 011 1'ngland St. Por further particulars impure of ttf-2.r.o iiitix'K a wrnn:iti)i: i: . rnilP. subscriber oilers for sale tho TItEMONT X lIUl'SK, ill St. Albans; said houso ia in good ivpair and capable of accommodating two hundred persons. Pi r further particulars eu- ipiiro at tlio limine. L I. I S L.MANN. . t233.tr St. Albans, 1'eb.U, isii'j. pLOTHINO, CLOTHING, CLOTHING, CLOTHING ! 1 Tho largest Stock of Clothing, It.its and Cap and Furnishing Guods ever offered for nalo in Vermont, ia now opened at WM. N, SMITH, iV CO'S, A7v II . 1 1) VEH VISUM KXTS. IMPORTANT ! IiOH the better acivmiliind.itlull of the public, the subscriber has secured the sor k'os of Heveral experieiici d I'ulnlr, JlHfclcr and I'ii pec Ilaniis. With a fair share of public prtronage he is determined to keep tho best working gang of mechanics In the County. Let tt be leinenibrred that ho employs none but cxpoikiioid woikmeii and men tf steady habit-. It you want a painter, don't forgi t the place; Shop on Lake Street, opposite the Foundry; lUsidcnce east of Acudeinv. on High Street. CHAHLF.ri THOMPSON, House, Cairiage and Sign Painter. St. Albans, Vt., April 12, 18(111. MOw-liii! NOTICE. Luill pastuie the coming summer thiity or forty Cows 0:1 the Whittemoie Hill pasture heietofore occiiiiied by A. M.Clark, at ten'i'ol lars a Cow for t lie season. Good running water at al! liuirs iiisanl p.istuiv PATItICK O'NF.IL. M. Albans, April 12, 1S(!'.). t:lw-2(ll KOIiD OUT. riIIF. subscribers having disposed of their X stock and into' est in the Stove and Tin Waio Trade in St. Albans, would give notice that all accounts must be settled without delay. Mr. Nash will remain at the old stand until the 1 5 1 1 1 inst., to settle accounts, and alter that day tht'V will be passed into tho hands of a lawver. NASH A HltOWN. St. Albans, A pill 5, 1SG9. T,r2-2(;:J I01! a new Hat or Cap go into tho J CASH STQllE, No. 2 DARROW BLOCK, L. Mcl). SMITH A Co. NOTICE. LS hereby given that tho books for receiving subscriptions for shares of tho capital stock in tho National Trust Company, charter ed by tho General Assembly of the State of Ver mont, and approved November l'.ltlt, 18G8, will ho opened at the banking nums of the Ver mont National Dank, in St. Albans, on Tuesday, the lib day of May, Ib'fi'.), and continuo open from 10 o'clock a.m. till 1 o'clock p.m., each Hay Sundays excepted I for tho space of ten dajs, and thereafter until 0110 thousand shares shall bo subscribed. Tho subscribers shall, at tho time of sub scription, deposit with tho Commissioners, ten dollars on each share bvthcin subscribed. St. Albans, April iRt) 18C!). Worl hi Jiglon C. Snillli, llimllcy Hut low, (itorgr U. Hunt, J:ime Sine, t loi a t !o IV. llai Iter, Alills O. Itraiui ill, .Iiispcr ltaml, Martin A. Seymour, I.ini it'iicc lli'iiiiirril, Samuel Williams, Al 111 r Koi lxw, V. Stcivarl St i-a mi ha n, .lolin AV. XVi'ivlim, Guy C. Noble, .loll 11 V. Vai'rai-, .lollll .1. Hurgi :, t271-tillMa tJtoisc G. Smilli. Coiiiniissioliers. FOR SALE. AHOUSLandlot of land consisting of six acres, situated about a mile and a ipiarler west of tho Depot in St. Albans. Tho buildings aro nearly new and in good repair. There is a fruit orcliard of about ilfty young trees, and tho land is in good state of cultivation For further particulars applv to :!"ttf-232 '15. F. HUGO. SASH DOORS and BLINDS. An Old Establishment with PROPRIETORS, AT SWANTON, VT. IIU'IV -ff lTTriiri117t 1 T71 i T.- T T 1 ... M Ak.l Ui 1 1 lUlU'Jl'iWillilVHI; Pill chased tho SASH DOOU and 1IL1NI) Manufactory Establishment, at Swanton, of S. F. lllackinan, are jirepared to continuo the busi ness in nil its branches. A lull stock is kept on hand constantly, and sash doors, blinds and mouldings of tho latest ami most approved pal terns mailo to order. Particular attention paid to manufacturing housc-llnishing nia'erials. Give us a call ; satisfaction guaranteed. T. D. M.YHVIN, 0. II. IiUTTEltlTULD. Swanton, March 2(i, 1SCJ. f22tf ALAltGK lot of NFAV GOODS just received at tho CASH CLOTHING STOKE, JIO. 2 SASIIOW BLOCK,. J.. McD. SMITH ,V Co. We Wish it to be Understood By the readers of this paper that we liny Hags, Make Paper, Sell Ikioks, Sell .Stationery, liilld Hooks, Itebkid old bonks, Do Job Printing, Supply Printers, Supply Merchants, Contract with Authors, Contract with Publishers. Contract for Stereotyping, liny old Paper and Hooks, liuv Woolen Hags, Publish Fowle's Speller, Publish the Vermont Speller, Publish Walton's Uegistcr, Publish Prayer Hooks, Publish Iho Wrmont Directory, Publish Now Hampshire Directory, Publish other Hooks, lviuploy Tpo Setters, Want Money and will be glad to hoar liom you in tin. way of IJit ("ni'M. Addiesw, tho CLAUHMONT MANUFACTURING CO. 232. tf Clareniont, N. II. CI HU.VT reduction in prices at the Clothing T Store, No. 2 Dar.ow lilock, on account of our having adopted tho CASH PLAN of doing business, Call and see for yoni selves before purchasing elsewhere. No. 2 y;rroii' Jlloii; t277 2m L. Mid). SMITH A Co. H LOUIS, GLOVES, o all kinds, of all kin U at WM. N. SMITH, A CO'S. rniUCOT COATS in Short Frocks, and Fill X Frocks of all kinds and colors at WM.N. SMITH, A COVS. i O tc WM. X. SMITH, ft Co, Tor good bnr VJT gains in clothing and Hats and Uaps, and every thing in their lino. 10 to Wm. N. SMITH A CO'S for your HtH aim uapsior tueir stocu is an utw. xi-: tr a i) run tisemuxj s. FOR SALE. 0 llOUSi: AND LOT containing OXK-HALF XX AUUK of land, on corner of Lnku and Gravel Streets, in St. Albans Village. Inquire M. 11UCK. St. Albans, Apiil fi, 180!l. 422"I St, Albaus Marble Works, fPHL subscriber would respectfully announce X to the Citizens of Franklin County that he has opened a MARBIE SHOP in St. Albans, on Centre Street, a few d tors west of II. llrainerd's Drug Store, mid is pre pnaed to furnish I'on tgn anil 1). iik-mIc .vlarlilf .lloiiiitiieiitN, 'l'onil) stiiiirx, and ill shoit. verylhliiB connected with tho busi ness, at reasonable prices, and satisfaction given or 110 p.iv leipured. Persons wishing to erect memorials to de parted friends will do well to call before pur chasing elsewhere. L. A. HltOWNF.LL. St. Albans, March 31, lHfi'.i, t202tf AUSTIN & CO- GREAT ONE DOLLAR SALE, SPRING CIRCULARS "TfILL be issued and ready for Agents and customers on and after April 2(Hh, con taining tno largest ami most niieral JAcliango and Piemiuin Lists over issued. Agents of Clubs of Thirty and vmwards, will have their premiums increased one-fourth wh"ii all tho checks aro returned. II or): for us. rtncl ire irill irorlijor you. Agents wanted everywhere. Circulais sent fiee. Address AUSTIN & CO. 32 A 3( Fuleral, and 107, 111, 113 Congress Sts. DOSTON, MASS, t20i-l BAILEY'S BUTTER TUB. IIostos, Dec. 18, 1S08. A. It. IUit.i'.v, Di:au Sin : The lini" has como when tho advantages of your tun aro apparent ; noanv an tunc wo arc receiving (unless lato fall or winter mako) is strong on top w hich would not bo tho case if put up in your tub. If thero aro any nico dairies in your vicinity put up in your tub'you may pay 5 cents per lb. more, for them than for Summer dairies put up in tho old stylo tub. In fact we don't want any Hummer dairies at any price in the old tubs. Wo can buy common butter hero lower than you can up there. Wo think Poul try is dull this week, can't tell how it may bo at Christmas. Vonrs truly SAMUKL HlGtLOW A CO. 2,-il-tf 23 North Market Street. WANTED, 21,000 Dairy Skins, 10,000 Veal Skins, 100 Tons "Old Bonos," ALSO ,lfWl TCmrc! to pick up all the OLD HONKS 4UU DUJ b in Franklin County. Wo will pav $15 per ton cash. Farmers can save 10 cents paid to a ents by selling their DAIRY SKINS to us. Wo aro HHAD aUAUTEKS siCI.VS and SIOXKS. Ileineinber tho place Old Tin Shop 2 doors north of the American House. McGOWAX .V, CO. St. Albany reb. 15, lSUD. fj.7-(iin Good Dairy Farm I7U0KSALE1N MOltltlSTOWN, within 0110 ' half mile of Morristown village. Farm contains about eighty-live, acres of good land, sixty acres cleared, and tho reniair.dor wood-laud. Four hundred Sugar or Maple, trees, with Sap Tubs and Sugar Utensils. A young Apple Orcliard of about 150 trees, mostly in lieariuj,'. House 30 x 10, in good repair, with good cel lar. Darn 32 x (il, with cellar under tho whole and in good repair. Illuming water at house anil barn, and pastures cll watered. Forty tons ot hay cut from twenty acres will bo sold with the farm if desired. Seven Cows, 5 yearling heifers, 10 sheep, and a span of good work horses will bo sold with tho place if desired, and all farming tools. AH to bo sold verv cheap for cash. W. II. POWHltS, Morristown, Aug. 15, 1SGS. 230wtf. FOR SALE. 4 GOOD FAIIM situated partly in the li. Town of Sheffield and partly 111 tho Town of Wheeled;, in tho County of Caledonia, about 0110 mile from thoVlllagcs 111 each of Maid Towns, and only six milis from tho now machine shops 011 tho Pass. It. It, in Lyndon. Said Farm consists of 130 acres of good land, 100 acres cleared, with a good bugar orchard ol 1,000 young thrifty trees, a fino apple orchard and good farm buildings, consisting of a house, bain, corn house, slicds, and sugar houso. Thero is a good stream of water to tho house and barn, and a cellar under tho entire barn. It has an east cant, and the soil is quick and warm, being well adapted to corn and wheat. Price low, for I am bound to sell. Terms easy. In quire of the subscriber at llarton, Orleans Co., Vt. Wm. W. GltOUT. Also lor sale, a HOUSE and 20 acres of land situated in Whcclock, about threo miles F.ast Greensboro. Also, set of good buildings, with one aero of land, in Hardwiek. Inquire as above. f2G2-tf SACK COATS FOl! SPUING, go to WM.N. SMITH A CO'S. Gt O TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S lor your Fall T and Winter Clothing. Uliilm t-iit'. BY recent enactments of Congress, all Sol diers who havo served threo years and have received but $100 bounty from tho United States, or who, having enlisted'for threo years, were dis charged in consequeuco of wounds, and the wid ow, children, or parents of any soldier who en listed loi threo years, under a promise of only $100 bounty, anil who died in thoHorvico, aro en titled to an additional bounty of ONli IIUN UliF.D DOLLAltK I All invalid peiiHioneis who have lost a hand or foot, or havo incurred disability equivalent to the losa of hand .ir foot, are entitled lo a largo Incrcaso of pension. All pciibioned widows of soldiers or sailors are entitled to an :icrea.sed pension of two dollars pormouih for each child under sixteen years ot ago. Claims of tho above nature, and for arreaia ot pay, oftieers' extra pay, for horses lost in tho U. S. servico, commutation of rations of prisoners of war and prizo money, will bo promptly prose cuted by application by lotter, enclosing dis charge liom servico, will bo attended to and tho necessary papers leturued to plicant for sig, natures, Ac. 10. A. SOWLKS, Ollieo over the First Natlnu.il Hank, St. Albans, Aug. mh.lSCli. 125-tl WOOL SCAItl'S of everv description, Justrre H ceived al WM. N, SMITH. A CO'S, Gr 1 KNT'S SHAWLS Just received at WM. N. SMITH, A CO. OVFUCOATS of all kinds at WM.N.SMITH.ACO'S, NEW Stylo of Fall and Winter Caps iuat re- ceived at WM. N. SMITH, A Co's. I BY TELEGKRAPH fhrthe Vvrmont Transcript, LATEST NEWS. Nkw Yohk, 10th. Thu aurora borcnlla last night vna inngnlflccnt beyond description, surpas sing in grandeur any similar phenome non since 18.-)!), both In respect to the display and the disturbing Influence on tho telegraph wires. A Harrisburg despatch says, tho Pa. Legislature held its last business meet ing last night. The occasion was one of confusion, and tho winding up of the session of 1809 was a fitting close to the almost daily disgraceful scenes which have taken place in that body since January. St. Louis. 10th. It is reported that the grand jury in the U. S. District Court here has in dicted Gen. Purbridge, of Kentucky, for bribery. The particulars have not yet transpired. Gen. Purbridge was at St. Louis some weeks ,since, as an agent of the Revenue Department. The St. Louis Grain Association met a, the Southern Hotel Inst night. Ad ditional subscriptions to the stock were repartcd. NkwYokk, 10th. Private advices from St. Mnrc to the 20th ult. have been received. There were 20 vessels of all kinds in the harbor at St. Marc, principally car rying French Hags. A French war steamer arrived at St. Marc on the 19th from Aux Cayes, bringing news of the taking ofSalnave's blockading steamer, the Galatia, by the insurgents. She was sunk by a con cealed fort erected on the shore. A body of troops left St. Marc on the 19th, to reinforce the beseiging force at Gonavics, and to takelhat pla:e if pos sible. 1 1 was reported that many ofSalnave's pickets had deserted his cause and gone over to the rebels. New Yohk, 10. h. A lawyer named Anderson, piactic ing at the Tombs' fpolice court, was yesterday committed to prison on a charge of swindling n client, under al leged aggravating circumstances. Washington, 10th. Mr. Phimb, our Consul General to Ilavina, will at once demand the re lease or speedy trial of all American citizens, and full reparation for past in juries ; and at the same time will de clare that tho United States Govern ment will maintain strict neutrality on questions arising out of tho revolution in Cuba. Letters received here from prominent Cuban Ieadeis, in which the utmost confidence in ultimate success is ex pressed. Poston, 10th. Col. Charles O. ltogers, proprietor and manager of the Poston Journal, died at his residence last night, nged CO years. Col. Rogers has been in declining health for some time. Tho opposition to the conflrmation of Gov. Harriman, of New Hampshire, as naval officer for this port, ia growing stronger as tho friends of the present in cumbent, Gun. Osborne, rally to his support. Poston, 10th. Vi2','. 5'20s, '(lii do '01 do HV) do '07 do '08 120 114 113 113 114? Coupons. 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SMITH, A CO'S. notIce. rilO FAltMF.US AND OTIIEHS.Th subscrlb- l era naviug iiiircnascu aim liuetl up in good order, tho Woolen Mill at Swanton Falls, for- iiiL-ii.v iuiunu un x-imi a r uciory, are pared to manufacture Clotha or Yarn for cus toniorR, or oxchaiiL'o the aamo for wool. A lib. oral sharo of patrouagu aolicited, and uatisfao. tion guaranteod. N. li. Ofllco in south end of Factory, wher may ho found tho books iimliivonnlii nf ilia lata Urm of I'latt i Hlnkloy. 219-tf MEIGS A HINKLEY.