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VEEMONT IDA.IL Y TRANSCRIPT. APEIL 29 1S69. Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALBANS, VT. TlIOHSDAY, AlMUL 29, 18G9. Another Illy Libel Suit. ir f'lini-loM A. Dntui. editor of .111? New York Sun, was arrested Tiiiwlny evenlne on a charge of uttering and puous.unganue.upon '""';'" J. Russell Young, 'managing cdito. of ... i ...II f AT.. the Tribune, who thinks he has been damaged to the snug little sum of 5100, 000. The Sun charged that Mr. Young has been using his position for his per sonal advantage, having used Associat ed Press news for a paper not in the Association, and done other unbecom ing acts. This Mr. Young denies, and sets forth thatthegrievauees committed by Mr. Dana have greatly injured him In his good name, fame, credit and character, and brought him into public scandal, Infamy and disgrace witli ami amongst all his neighbors, associates, employers, &c. The Sun takes the matte, very philo- sophlcalh'. and thinks that Mr. Young will be happier when he gets the SUM), 000 than he is at present. The Parnfitagan Inreslnjation. The sub-eomniitteeon Foreign Af lairs unpointed to sit during the recoss of CongiciS, to make certain investigiv tions, have, the Tribune correspondent says, been In session at the Capitol for several weeks, examining witnesses, and investigating the Paraguayan difll eulties, and the connection therewith of ex-Minister "Washburn and Porter C. Bliss, and also the conduct of certain naval ollleers toward Mr. Bliss and Mr. Mastcrn.an during their voyage to the United States. The examination of Mr Bliss is concluded, and his testimony regarding the United States naval ofll ccrs is most damaging, The Committee have sent a scries of questions to Mr. Masterman, now at London, to be an swered under oath and returned to the Committee The Committee have de cided to make a visit, in an offlcial ca pacity, to the islands of San Domingo, St. Thomas and Cuba, late in the sum mer, for the purpose of inquiring into the political and commercial afl'airs of thoso islands, in order that they may uform themselves upon questions touchimr them, which are likely to come before Congress at the next ses sion. The Committee have adjourned its sessions for the present. Letter from Washington. Washington, April 27th. Editor Transcript : All Is again quiet on the Potomac Hacks arc cheaper. There is no one at Willard's. Au evening or two since, I strayed through its principal lobby, and met only two, perhaps stranded office seekers. Its dining room is a ban quet hall deserted. A walk on Pennsyl vania Avenue is a stroll into silence. Even the street cars seem to move whistly. Only the voice of the " irre pressible negro" relieves the stagnation that follows the whirl which attends a session of Congress. With returning quiet, the "colored individual" becomes desperate. He calls his oysters with greater energy ; his "Ho-o ! Shad!" is almost enough to resurrect the fishermen of Galilee. Hearing him, one regrets that his voice has not remained in per petual bondage ; for his lungs are like the bellows of Vulcan, and he abandons himself to the use ot them. If we have not Congress, therefore, you are hereby informed that we have the negro, and the negro lias a voice. For amusement, we pick up scraps of the news which once was the remnants of tho feast. Let me give you some ol t hem. There were others besides Quak ers who wished to be Indian agents. Six or eight of those aspirants put up at the Metropolitan Hotel. When they fail?d to be chosen, they all departed together for the Western border, swear ing strange oaths of territorial birth and mixed parentage. One who knew the men stood near tho entrance of the hotel when they left, and bado them good-bye In this fashion : " Fare thee well, friend Ephraim." "Faro thee well friend Enoch." "Fare thee well, friend Hiram," arid so on to the last. As these men were anything but Quakers, the expression of their anger was accurately counted on. One was so violent that he had a oab all alone, from the hotel to tho depot, none choosing to ride with one who could indulge in such peculiar and loud language. Another crumb : It is sa'.d, with more or less truth, no doubt, that one of the new Quaker agents informed a politl- clan that it should bo his earnest en- deavor, as soon as ho arrived among the Arapahoes, to instil Into their minds the importance of adorning their dwel- lings ! The tribe ho speaks of is tho one which Sheridan has been fighting, It may bo found that the Quaker mode of dealing with Indians is a couple of hundred years too old. and that even "Quaker gun" will not be effective. But, if the Quakers are so much better fitted for tho duties of Indian agencies, why not for all other positions? Orwas this Grant's tribute to silence? I notice that Vermont has been vlrtlt- cd by spring floods again, and that Montpelicr is intemperate in the Use of water, showing that there may be too much of a good tiling. I hope no fears are entertained for the safety of your manufceturing establishments. I se3 that Itetnington's papcrmill, in "Water town, has sutloicd, but I am happy to see no record of alike disaster in St. Al bans. A loss of that kind in your midst, though serious, might be repaired by an ct of the Legislature, however ; so you l(olv. Ulinnt. n .mssil.lo remedv. The wisdom of your legisla tors is amazing. Hut for the apnthy of your people, what abundunce of manu facturing might go on in your .State, without regard to wind or water. In my next 1 will try to give you a brief description of the National Ceme tery at Arlington, with a sketch of the proceedings In strewing flowers upon the graves thore; and, if possible, Iwill give a complete list of Vermont soldiers buried there. After that, Mount er- noi i. Yours ever, E. PMJMlM'f. Froudeon Fraud. The celebrated historian, Mr. l-'roude, has been elected Hector of St. Andrews University at Olasirow. and in the course of his inaucural address, took occasion to make mention ot son.e little facts not over creditable to the Lnglish shopkeeper or clergyman. "We have had thirty years of unex ampled c.erical activity among us : the churches have been doubled: theologi cal books, magazines, and newspapers hav been poured out by hundreds ol thousands, while by the side of it there luis sprung up an equally astonishing development of moral dishonesty. Kroin tnu meat nouses ol me city oi London to trie village grocer, the com mercial life of England has been sat urated .with fraud. So deeply has it -one that a strictly honest tradesman can hardly hold his ground againstcom petition. You can no longer trust-tnai any artical you buy is the thing which it pretends to lie. weiiavoiaisc weignt, lalse measures, cheating antl sliouay everywhere. " Yet the clergy have seen all tins row tin in absolute indiflerence : and thegreatqucstion which at thin moment !.. ..L -II I. ..f ill the color ot the eclesiastical petticoats. Manv a hundred sermons have I heard In England, many a dissertation on the mysteries of the faith, on the divine mission of the clergy, on apostolic suc cession, and the theory of food works and verbal insnirations. and the cllica- ov of the sacraments :' but never, du- ring inesu uiiriy wuiiuumu w.tin A, .1.!..... ... l..f..l never once that 1 can recollect on com mon honesty, on those primitive com mandments. Thou shalt l.ot lie, and thou shalt not steal." Amusing Dilkmma ok a Fi'mali- Ci.kiik. The Boston Journal's wash ington correspondent relates the follow ing: One of the female clerks, recently dls missed from the Treasury Department called there yesterday to ascertain the demand of a Congressman that she should be reinstated would be successful I must know at once." said she, " ior I have received an ofl'er of marriage and although I don't fancy the man, if J can't get reinstated I must accept. Samuel Bowles, of the Springlield (Mas.) llcpublican, intends to spend the Summer in Colorado. He is build Ing a 11.12 residence in Denver, and will take his family there in June. (J old in Tin: Treasury. The -my inent of the semi-annual installment of interest on the public debt, due on Sat urday, will require nearly twenty-eight millions of dollars in gold. There will remain in the Treasury about seventy millions of dollars in gold, which will be gradually reduced by the sales order ed by Secretary Boutwcll. New 1'ubllcattons. Tin: Atlantic Monthly von May, 1809. Contents Malbone : an Oldport Romance, Part V. by T. W. lligulu sou: ine uioincs mania oy Junius Parton ; Brah.nanism by James Free man Clarke : The Heroine of Long Point-by John G. Whittier; The Pu ritan Lovers ; Tho Foe in the House hold, Part III. ; Spring in Washing ton ; Eleanor in the Empty House by T. W. Parsons; Autobiography of Shaker Second Paper: Can a Life Hide Itself by Bayard Taylor ; The Pacific Bailroad Open Second Paper, by Samuel Bowles; The Intellectual Character of President Grant ; The New Taste in Theatricals : Bcviews and Lit erary Notices, Fields Osgood & Co., Pub Ushers, Boston Oun Young Folks foh May has the following attractive Contents : Tho Story of a Bad Boy Chapters IX. and X, by T. B. Aldrich ; Tho William Henry Letters Eleventh Packet, by Mrs. A. M. Diaz; Lilies of the Valley by Mary B. O. Slade ; Lawrence's Jour noy to the Coal Kegion by J. P. low bridge; Carl by Lily Nelson ; Candy Making by Mrs. Jane G. Austin ; Ca nary Islands and Canary Birds by James Parton; Gardening for Girls Chapters III. and IV ; Dr.Totty by E Stuart Phelps ; Cinderella by Mrs, A M. Wells: Sixty-two Little Tadpoles; Little Nannie by Lucy Larcora ; Bound tho Evening Lamp, and Our Letter Box. Fields, Osgood & Co., Publishers, Boston. The premature loss of tln hair and its unfortunate tendency to turn giay at an early period, both fatal to beauty, can only be prevented by the use of that truly celebrated preparation, " Barrett's Vegetable Hair Bestotatlve," decided by all connoisseurs the most elegant and effective rencwer and dressing In the market. Philadelphia J'rcss. To theweak, the worn, and the weary, the editor of the Iioston licco) dcr says We can most unhesitatingly recom mend the Peruvian Syrup, a protect .'d olution of the protoxide of iron, to all the weak, the worn, and the weary, having richly experienced its benefits. It possesses all the quid ties claimed fo r by Its proprietor." ' II men or woinsn could but And the fab'ed fountain which is silcl to restore health, and strength, and beau ty, with what eagerness they would rush to drink its waters." It is found in the S. T. 1 SO!.. The sale of the Plantation Bjtthuh is without a ireccdciit in the history of the world. They are at once the most speedy, strengthening health-restorer over dis covered. It reouireJ but a single trial to under.-tand this. Magnolia Water. Superior to the best, imported German Cologne, and sold at half the price. d it w. $lcnnl ilotlrrs. Ttvvnt (1-jTfr 1 ears I'ractiee In the Treatment of Diseases incident to re- males, has placed Dr. Dow at the hc;.d of all the iilnsicians making audi practice a specialty, mid enables him to guarantee a speedy and perman ent cure in tho worst canes of .sniiiirtvuiun and nil oilier Menstrual J)t i turi iiii'uts, fmin irlml- t'Cic cantr. All letters ior advice must contain fl. Olueo, No.!. Eiidieott Street, Hostou. X. 11. Hoard furnihed to those desiring to 10- maiii under treatment. Iioston. Julv. lHOo. 220 1vrd.s.w Jackson's Catarrh Snuff AND TROCHE I'OWDMi, lUll.lilltiri't. AND 1'I.KASANT liK.YKIiY IN Catarrh, Jfcadaehc, Jktd Jireafh, Ifoarsencss, Asthma, liron oh it is, Coughs, Daef ncs, Ac., And all Disoiders resulting iroin COLDS in IiKAl), TUKOAT li ml VOCAL OIKS A XS. This lieinedv does not IHtY VP a Catalih but LOOSENS it; frees the head of all of fensive matter, nuickly removing Had ISruath and Headache: allays miiUunllH tho iiiii"- ing licat hi Catarrh; is so mini and ugi-ee able in its effects that it positively CURES WITHOUT SNEEZING! As a Tioc-lic Powder, is nlcasunt to the tahte, and never nauseates; when swallowed instantly gives to the lliroat anil ocal urgans a DELICIOUS SENSATIOX of COOliNKSS nml COMFORT. Is the best Voice Tonic in the world! Try it! Sale Riliablc, am! ouly :.," cent. Sold by Druggists, or mailed free, address COOl'Klt, WILSON .t CO., U!)2w211M5m Prop'rs, Philadelphia. At wlioleaalo by all Patent Houses, and re tailed by druggists cveiy where. informal ion. fXFOItMATION guaranteed to produce a lnxu I riant growtli ot hair upon a ba.u head or be ardlehs lace, also a recipe ior mo renin removal oi Dimples, blotches eruptions, etc., on the kin, leaving tho same soft, clear, and beautiful bo obtained without charge bv addressing THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist. i'iG-ly 821! Uroadway, Now York. Errors of Youth. YOUNG MEN tho experience, of years has (lenionstra'ed tho fact that reliance can be placed in the ellicacy of BP-LIS SPECIFIC PU-I.S For the speedy and permanent cmo of Seminal Weakness, tho result of Youthful Indiscretion, which neglected, ruins tho huppines, and untits tho snlVei or for business, social society or mar riage. They can bo used without detection or inteiferenco with business pursuits. Price one Dollar per box, or four boxes for threo dollars. If you cannot procure those pills, enclose tho money to IIuyan A Co., (it Cedar Street, Now 'orl;,and they w ill be sent by return mail, wni.L bkali:i Privato circulars to gentle men sent free on application ; enclose stamp. lSUeod-w21H.il- T P. o. Try a box of Poland's Plantain Tho best 1 il vo in tho World. J Ointment. Take no other, but insist on havine this. For sale bv all Druggists and lountrr Dealers. D .1. W. POLAND, s Manufacturer. MANHOOD HOW LOST, HOW UESTOKED. JUST published, .a new edition of Dr.. Ci'i.. vi:nwi:i i.'h Ci.i.i:im.vrr.i Essvvontho radi cal euro (without medicine) of Spenuatorrhu'a. or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotoncy, Mental and Physical Inca pacity, Impediments to Marriage, Ac, also, Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits, induced by self.indulgouco or sexual extravagance. i!i. Price, in a Healed envelope, only (! cents. The celebrate il author, in tills admirable es say, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' successful practice, that the alarming conse quences of self-abuso may bo radically cured without tho dangerous uso ot internal niedi c no or the application of tho knifo ; pointing out a mode of euro at once simple, certain, anil ell'ectual, by means of which every Hiill'erer, no matter what his condition may bo, may euro himself cheaply, privately, and rulically. U.V-Tiiis Lecture should bo in tho hands of every youth and every man in tho land. Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, jiontpaiil, on receipt of (i cents, or two post stamps. Also, Dr. Culvei-well's ".Mar riage Ciuido," price 25c. Address tho publish ers, CHAS. J. 0. KLINE A CO., 127 llowery, Now York, ti3t Peat Ollico liox 1.G8C tlUACK'S CKI.KllUATKD S A LA' 13, W'o ore- constantly lioaring favorable reports from those who have tried this remedy. Amy Anthony, wife, of Mark Anthony, of this city, and living at No. 0 Locust Street, atllicted with a felon on tho linger, was recently induced to mako a trial of tho Salvo, Alinost instantly she experienced relief from tho pain, which had boon almost uuemlurablo. Every other reinody hut this proved unavailing. Tho-iowho have tried it onco aro satisiled of its merits, and nothing will indtico them, to ho without a sup ply, Pall Mwr Mm. 2C5-iw CANCEI1, SCP.OFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVER Complaint, ltlimmiatisni, Neuralgia, Acj cured. A llook of 100 pages, sent free to inva lids. Address It. GItEENE, M. D., 10 Temple tlucr, llovtou, SI'El 7, i L X O Tl CHS. TO FEMALES. Dlt. FRED'K MORRILL, Physician and Sur geon, gives exclusive attention to Diseases ol women. He 1ms Hindu diseases of woman his study for the past twenty vears. His practice hns hern ve.'y i'touivo b'otli in Hospital and in private practice. His reputation hus vouchers in all the city papers, hispnlieiitB, and the medi cal profession, lioth hero and abroad, as being the most skillful specialist li- re, and a thorough master of all sexual diseases. Dr. Morrill in admitted by thobet medical talent of the country to have no equal in the treatment of Female Complaints, audit is noun, usual occui renco ior physicians in tegular prac tice to recommend patients to him lor treatment when alHieted with diseases in his speciality. Ladies will receive the most soientille a'tten Hon, both medically and surgically, with private apaitments during sickness, and' with old and expel ienced nurses, if they wish. The poor adiscd free of charge. Physician or patients w idling his opinion or advice, by let ter, and enclosing tho usual fee, willbcansw'ercd by return mail. Medicines seal to all parts of the eountrv. Office. No. 48 lit I WARD STREET, 211-ly Hostou Mass. MANHOOD. LN the onng and tising generation, the wgi. tativo powers of life are strone;. but in a few- years how often the pallid hue, the lack-lustre ey.- and emaciated iorm, and the impossibility if application to mental i llort, show its baneful iiitlueuce. It soon becomes evident to the oh , sen or that some depressing influence is check- I iim the development of the body. Consumption is laiueii oi, aim perhaps the Miuth is remove,! from school and scut into the eountrv-. This is i one of tho wort movements. Iienioved from ! ordinary diveisions of the ever-changing scenes ' of the city, tho powers of the body too much en- . leebied to give rest to hea'.thlul and rural exer cise, thought are turned in.vni-ri' upon thein sehes. If tlie patient be a leuiale, the approach of the I menses is looked for with anxiety, as tho last I o, iiiiium in i.mi;ii ..utiiii! in in puw nui niiwiii; power in diffusing tho circulation and visiting ......... i i.w.i. v.., ... i : : the cheek with the blium ot health. Mas in crease of appetite h.is grown by what it fed on me eneigies oi tne sysiem are prostrated, and the whole economy is deranged The beautiful and vi underfill period in which body and tnind undergo m lascmating a change iioin cliild to woman, is looked for in vain ; tho p rent's heart bleeds in anict. mid fancies tin gravi but waiting ior its victim, llelinbold'H Kxtr.ict liiichu, for Weakness arising from excesses or early indiscretion, at tended with the fo'io-.ving symptom ; Indispo sition to exeitiou, loss of power, loss of lnemoiy, difficulty of breathing, general weakness, horror of disease, weal-, nerves, trembling, dreadful horror of death, uig il sweats, eo'.d teet, wake fulness, dinine-s of ision, langour, univursa lassitude of the muscular system, oiten enor mous appetite with dyspeptic symptoms, hot hands, hushing of tho body, dryness of the skin, pallid cnuuUuamo and eruptions on tho face, paiu in the back, heaviness of Hie eyelids, fre ipiently black spots living before thoVyos, with temporary suttocation and loss of sight, want of attention, great mobility, restiesjiiess, with horror of society. Nothing is more diMirablo to such patients tliuu solitude, and nothing they more oread, for fear of themselves ; no repose of manner, no earnestness, no speculation, but a hurried transition from one utiestion to an other. These symptoms, if allowed to go on which this medicine invariably removes soon follow loss of power, fatuity, and epileptic tits, in one of which the patient may expire. During tho Miperintombnce of Dr. Wilson at the liloomingdalo Asylum, this sad result oc curred to two patients ; reason had for a time left thein, and both died of epilepsy. They were of both sexes, and about twentv years of age. ho can say that these excesses are not fre quently lollowed by those direful diseases of in sanity and consumption 1 tTlio records of the insane asylums, and the melancholy deaths in consumption, bear ample witness to tho truth of these assertions, in lunatic asylums tho most melancholy exhibition appears. Tho countenance isaetually sudden and quite desti tuteneither mirth nor grief over visit it. Sli iu'id a sound of the voice occur, it is rarely articulate. With woeful measures w.ui despair Low sullen sounds their grief beguiled, Whilst wo legret tho existence of tho above diseases and symptoms, wo arc prepared to offer an Invaluable gift of chemistry for the removal of the consequences, llelmbold's Highly Con centrated Muiil Extract ot Hnohu. There is no tonic like it. It is an anchor of hope to the surgeon and patient, and this is the testimony of all who have u..ed or prescribed it. Sold by all Druggists and Dealers everywhere. Price -$1.25 per bottle, or 0 bottles for j(!.5U. Delivered to any address. Describe the symptoms in all communications. Address II. T.HELMliOLD, Drug und Cl.em ical warehouse, 5!)1 Uroadway, N. . None are- genuine unless done up in steel-engraved wrapper, with facsimile of my Chemical Warehouse, and signed H.T. HELM110I.D. ihv-201-S "It Works like a Charm.'; ltenno's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Head ache lteune's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Tooth ache. ltenne's Pain-Killing Magio Oil cures Neural gia. lt-.-nno's Pain-Killing Magic Oi) cures Cholera Morbus, ltcnno'H Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Itheu matism. lteune's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Lame ness. Hcuuu'h Pain-Killing Magic. Oil cures Skin Diseases. Somo folks seem to bo proud of telling how "laino their shoulders aro" of my crick in tho back" or, "I havo got tho Sciatica" and de light in brafiging that "nothing oairjcnro mo!" out when wo get such "awiui tones to uso Hectic's Pain-Killing Magic Oil, faithfully, we not only euro their lameness and charm away their pains, but wo actually take- all that kind oi "brag out of them 1', and they frankly own up and say, "It works like a charm!" Sold by all Druggists, Merchants and Grocets. WM. HENNE, Sole proprietor anil manufacturer, Pittstield, Mass. 2;il-cow-ly SIXTY YEARS ! 11 OH over bixty years, Dii. S. O. HiciiAiin son's Sunnily Wixb Hittuks havo been used by tho publlo to correct morbid and inac tive functions of tho human system. It pro motes healthy gastric secictions, corrects Liver derangement, relieves Costivene'ss and rheu matic affections, cures Jaundice, Loss of Appe tite, Kidney complaints, Weak Hack, Dizziness, Languor, Dyspepsia and its attendant symp toms. Its valuable tonic and strengthening properties will invigorate tho convalescent, cleanse tho Wood from Humors, and will afford comfort and relief to tho aged by stimulating tho onstitution to resist its impending infirmi ties. Thousands of tho vencrablo population of New England aro sustained in health, their lito prolonged, to enjoy vigorous and happy old age, by tho use of Dr. Richardson's Sherry Wine Hitters, Tho Herbs can bo obtained separately, and may bo prepared in small quantities, in water or with wino or spirit. Price 50o per package. Office, 3 Tremout Row, Boston, and sold by Druggists and Apothecaries. t2C'i-i:i Otc WM, N. SMITH, Co. Tor good bar gains In clothing and Hats and Caps, and everything in their lino. GENT'S SHAWLS Just received at WM. N. SMITH, 4 CO. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Chorry. For the cure of Cuuyht, Coi's, lloarnawto, Asthma, lj!m;,zit, fVoi;-, Whooping Cough, ltronvhilh I'rcdhiioiiilioii to Consumption, dr., tv I his gioal remedy is too well known and is pcrfo" tiling too much good to make it necessa ry to go into an elaborate discussion of its mer its. Kuuleo it to Hay that it still maintains its j supremacy in curing diseases of tho most ob ' stitnite clmrater, and that all who sutler from i the above complaints, after having tested this i remedy, seldom have occasion to resort to other applicanees to Insure u perfect nslora- lion to health. FUOM MltS. ISAAC MOOllE. J IlR'itMo-i, Vt., .lime 20, lbl',0- Messr-. t-KTli W, Fowt.E.V Co., Iioston, ! Having been much benefited by the use of Dlt. I Wistaii's Halsam or Wn.u CttKttitv, I ehcerlullv I add tny testimony in favor of its gloat curative , poweis. I Somo threo jears sitiee I was attacked with a severe Lough, soieness and irritation of the l.ungs, to which was added Aftlnna in a seveie form. During tho lirst year 1 tried several of the most popular medicins ot the day, but re ceived no real relet', and 1 had a'mos't dopair ed of ever regaining my health, when I was in duced to try Hit. WisrAii's lt.u,svr ok Wild CiiKiiuv, which very soon relieved me. My cough became loose, the soreness and irrita tion disapaearcd, and my general health began to mend. I continued its use. and a few bottles restored mo to better health than I ever hoped to enjov again. I believe the ISalsaiu to be the most reliable remedy that can bo found Yours, truly, ' MltS, ISAAC MOOliE. Prepared by SETII W. FuWEE .V SON, IS Triiinont St., JSoilon, and for sale by Druggists generally. auj-lw XII W A I) VERT IS KM EX IS. SAVE YOUR MONEY, TROUBLE, DELAYS and EXPENSES A XI) TAKE YOUJt COMFOTfT aOXG WEST B V tjii: Northern Transportation Go's. TWO DAILY LINES or STEAMERS Ss Day Boat and Night Boat ! With tvfnt lirot class Steamers, only six days through to MILWAUKEE -AND- O H L O A Gr O WITHOUT (-IIANfiE OF BOAT First Class Tickets include Meals and State Rooms. Leaving Ogdensburgh every day, (Sunday V excepted,) on arrival of noon trams for CI1I CAGO, MILWAUKEE and intermediate ports, without a change of boat ; and every evening (Sundays excepted) for Cleveland, Toledo, De troit and intermediate ports. Passengers and families moving West can embark with their Lugage, 'J earns, Stock, .to, and land together without disturbance or Transhipment at tlieii port of destination, tints avoiding the groat inconvenience of tho many changes expenses and delays of other routes. These Steamers havo largo Cabins and State Rooms, amply and neatly furnished for tirst Class Passengers and Families who may wisli to furnish their own provisions. No efforts will be spared to miun-ain the rep utation of this as the Cheapest and Best Route ! 15o suro and see tho Agents of this Lino be fore you buy your tickets. li'irTrusty men wi'l always meet Passengers at the Depot in Ogdonsburg'. to take checks and re-check llaggago for this Line. Ask for tickets via tho NORTHEKN TRANSPORTATION GO'S Steamers, tho only American Lines leaving Ogdensburg. Wo will make it to the interest of every Trav eller to see the Agents of this Lino botoro pur chasing elsewhere. Ono hundred pounds of baggagu free to each passenger. Baggage Checked Through la all J'oinls. Through Tickets to all Toints in tho Great West, North West and South West, cheaper than tho cheapest, on application to G. A. EDDY, Managing Audit. Office -rstcaiuers Landing, Ogdensburg, N.Y. GEO. W. SWITII, Gen'l Ticket Agont, Office; Cor. Ford and Patterson Sts, opposite Johnson Houso, Ogdensburg, N.Y. II. J. GOODNQ, Passenger Agent. Hit We Wish it to be Understood By the readers of this paper that we Buy Rags, Mako Paper, Sell Hooks, Sell Stationery, Hind Hooks, Rebiud old books, Do Job Printing, Supply Printers, Supply Merchants, Contract with Authors, Contract with Publishers. Contract for Stereotyping, Ruy old Paper and Hooks, Ruy Woolen Hags, Publish l-'owle's Speller, Publish tho Vermont Speller, Publish Walton's Register, Publish Prayer Hooks, Publish tho Vermont Directory, Publish New Hampshire Directoiy, Publish other Hooks, Employ Type Setters, Want Money and will be glad to hear Iroin you in tho w ay of tins iness. Address, tho CLAREMONT MANUFACTURING CO. 252-tf Claroinont, N. H. GJ.11EAT reduction in prices at tho Clothing. T Store, No, 2 Dar ow Rloek, on account of our having adopted tho CASH PLAN of doing business. Call and see for yourselves before purchasing elsewhere. No. 2 Darrow J Hah; t277"2m L. MuD. SMITH A Co. YOUTH'S CLOTHING of all kinds cheap at WM. N. SMITH, A COS. SHORT FROCKS of all kinds, just received at WM. N. SMITH, ACQ'S. OVEUCOATS of all kinds, and cheap at WM. N. SMITH k CP'S. PANTS AND VESTS, for Fall and Winter go to WM . N. SMITH, & COU NOTICE. HO FAltMEItS AND OTHEltS, The subset ib- j em ouviug purcnascd annulled up in good older, the Woolen Mill at Swauton Falls, foi nierly known as Piatt's Factor , are now pre pared to maiuifuctitro Cloths or Yarn for cue tonici-H, or exchange the same for wool. A lit eral share of patronage, solicited, and satist'ae i mil i lilt tin H tti. X. 11. Otlk'd in mnithonil of Fuelmv- wlicro tllnl'ltn f'lllltt-1 tint luuilu ntul mouiniiK. iiVll... 1.1,. "v tow ui'uni- aiiuuv-VUkllU-) UI 11IU lnU firm of Piatt A Hinkley. WMl A11S1UH X HINKLEY. F OU SPIHNO STYLE OF SILK HATS, call tt WM- V. SMITH fc "u'lnliu Auoiioy, BY recent enactments of Congress, all Mil. diers who have served three years and have received but $1011 bounty from tho United States, or who, having enlisted for threo years, were dis charged in consequence of wounds, and tho will, ow, children, or parents of any soldier who en listed foi three years, under u promise of only IHM bounty, and who died in tho service, are en titled to an additional bounty of ONE HUN. DllED DOLLAUS I All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or foot, or havo incurred disability equivalent tu Jho loss id' hand jr foot, are entitled to a largo tntrease of pension. All pensioned widows of soldiers or sailors are entitled to an :icreased pension of two dollars perniomh for each child under sixteen years ol ago. Claims of the above nature, and for ai reals oi pay, olliceis' extra pay, for horses lost in the U. S. borvieo, commutation of rations of prisoners of war and prize money, will be promptly prose cuted by application liy letter, enciosi'ng dis charge from service, will be attended to and tliu necessary papers returned to plicant for sig natures, Ac. E. A. KOWl.ES. Oilleu over tho First Natioual Hani;, St. Albntix. Aug. Pth.lHiiii. l'2.-.-tt BAILEY'S BUTTER TUB. Hosion, Dee. IS, ltdW. A. H. Hah.k.v, Dr.Aii Sin : The time has come vhcli the advantages of your tub uro apparent ; nearly all that wo nro receiving (unless late fall or winter make) is strong on top which would not lie the case if put up in your tub. If theio aro any nice dairies in your vicinity put up in your tub'yoii may pay " cents per Iti. moie for them than for Summer dairies put il) in the old style tub. In fact we don't want any Summer dim icx ut any price in the old tubs. We can buy common butter hero lower than you cult up there. We think Poul try is dull this week, can't tell bow it may In at Christinas. Yours trulv SAMUEL HlGl'lLOW .V CO. 2.U-tf 211 .Ninth Maiket Street. FOR SALE. -o- HOUSl-5 AND LOT containing ONE-HALF ACHE of land, on corner of Lake and Gravel SI r-ets, in St. .Mlian Village. Inquire of M. RUCK. St. Albans-, April .., Ibli'.i. -2w274 IMPORTANT TO SOLIMtiliS AND- THEIR WIDOWS. rn L notified that I am agent to transact all busi ness pertaining to pensions, bounties and back pay. Claims of tho above nature can bo pre ented,itnd their t.llowanees obtained, bv appvl ing to WM. HHID'OES. i. Albmis. Mny 10th W.n St. Albans Marble Works, rPHE subscriber would respectfully announce JL to tho Citizens of Franklin County that lie has opened a MARBLE SHOP 111 St. Albans, on Centre Street, a few diors west of R. llrainerd's Drug Store, and is pre paaed to furnish Foreign ami 1 mcstlc 'Illl-lilu Momimi'lil -i, Turn!) Stones, ami ill short, every! Ill ii; connected with tho busi ness, at reasonable prices, and satisfaction given or no pay required. Persons wishing to erect memorials to de parted friends will do well to call before pur chasing elsewhere. L. A. UKOWNELL. St. Albans, March III, 18(i!, t2C2tf FINE iissortmuiit of SPRING OVERCOATS, just received at Xo. !1 narrow Illo-k. L. Mi'D. SMITH A Co. NOTICE. Iwill pasture the coming summer thirty or forty Cows on tho Wluttenioro Hill pasture lierotoforo occupied by A. M. Clark, at ten dol lars a Cow for tlio season. Good running water at all times in said pasture. PATRICK O'NEIL. St. Albans, April 12, lBtil). t-w-204 NOTICE. IS hereby given that the books for receiving subscriptions for shares of tho capital itock in tl 10 Natioual Trust Company, charter ed by tho General Assembly of tho State of Ver mont, and approved November l'Jth, 1808, will bo opened at tho banking lojms of tho Ver niont National Hank, in St. Albans, 011 Tuesday, tho ltli day of May, 18(i'J, and continue open from 10 o'clock a.m. till 4 o'clock p.m., each ilay Sundays excepted for tho spaeo of ten days', and thereafter until one thousand shares shall ho subscribed. Tho subscribers shall, at tho timo of sub scription, deposit with tho Commissioners, ten dollars 011 each sharo bv tliein subscribed. St. Albans, April Jst-l 1B0K. WorlliijiK'oii C, Smllli, Itrii'Mtty ltmltm-, George Ci. Hunt, .la 111 c Siixe, Horatio TV. llailxr. .Mills O. llmiiii id, .IiiM- r lliind, martin A, Seymour, Lawrence Urulnri-il, Jr., Samuel Willlumii, Aliiici- l'OllKH, F. Stcwtirt Slruiiiiliiiu, .loll 11 XV, Acwlon, Guy C. Noble, Toll 11 C Fur rii r John .1. Hiu-gO", t27i-tiHMa George G. Smith. Commissioners. FOR SALE. rnilE subscriber oilers for bale tho TREMONT JL IIUUSE, iii St. Albans ; said house is in good ronair and capable of accommodating two hundred persons. For further particulars en quire at tlio houso. . S L.MANN. St. Albans. Feb, 9, 1803. t25!5-tf WANTED 21,000 Dairy Skins, 10,000 Veal Skins, 100 Tons "Old Bones," ALSO ma l)Airo to pick up nil the OLD ISONES 4UU JjOVS m Franklin County. Wo will pay $15 p. r ton cash. Farmers can save 10 cents paid to agents by selling their DAIRY SKINS to us. Wo aro HEAD quaiitjsus on skins and HONKS. Remember tho placo. Old Tin Shop 2 doors north of tho American' House, MrGOWAN A CO. St. Albanu, Veh, 15, 1809, 1257-Cm.