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VERMONT DAILY TRANHOm PT. MAY 10, JL869." Vermont Daily Transcript, BT. AhVXSH, VT. Monday, May in, lSiiii. 77f! Graves of the Death Cpnfetlerote There nro vet fanatic nnioiif; who would inmiHh the Southern people for decora 1 1 u g t h e n rn vest o f t h e Co 1 1 fe 1 e ra t e dead with llowcrs. Can Mich uiicoin promlsiuc and revengeful people hope to llnd places in J leaven? A. 1'. A-1'" To which the Philadelphia J'rois snys : AVc have every reason to believe that the JZrprcss prevaricate. It at leant perverts what is no doubt a major ity tentiinent aniong'.the American peo ple. "While there is no desire existing anywhere to prevent living rebels from paying such respect as is proper to tlnw who.under an infatuation, went to their death, it is but natural to critieiic the conduct, and even deny theright of ene mies to offensively parade their convic tions. And this is the turn most of the Southern demonstrations have taken. They have evinced less of grief for the dead thau of spite for the loyal liTing. Freaks have been played in Southern graveyards, under (he name of grave de corations, which, if they had occur: ed n any other place, would have been pro nounced treasonable. On these occa sions orators have indulged in diatribes against tho.dcad soldiers of the North ern army, and the cause for which they fought. Does the Express think this right? Yet it is this kind of condemna tion that It chooses to magnify into pun ishment. In a matter so r-oriou that journal ought to be just. England Duhino thi: Rebellion. Just now anything which refers to the part played by England in the rc ellion is of interest. We llnd the following in the Sricntific American in 18(54, and though It may be said that this is evidence of only the opinion and work of private individuals, it shows what nation the rebels relied on for such aid: "The facility with which (Sen. ,Lce repairs his railroads, after they have beeji torn up by our cavalry raiders, is accounted for by facts, the truth of which is un doubted. Gen. Leo ha, in conjunc tion with several English railroad engi neers, organized a corps of railroad con structors which has this matter in hand. Large supplies of new 'railroad iron have been received from abroad and ph.ced at convenient points, and dupli cates of all important bridges are also on hand. With this agency and these means, the damage which can be done is rendered merely temporary ; and it is (piite certain that the rebels Ave re able, in a marveloltsly short space, to put in running order both the Virginia Cen tral and the Lynchburg roads." Till TltEAHL'KY AND SKCUKT SlUt- view liUKKAir. The Journal's corres pondent Pays that Solicitor Hentleld, of the Treasury Department, is about to thoroughly reorganize and reconstruct his bureau, and to weed out everything that smacks of ineftlciency. During the war, a number of oftlccs were necessari ly created as exigencies arose, and the bureau consequently assumed nt.due proportion?. The work having now been nearly all brought up, their servi ces AVill now be dispensed with, and the result Avill be a saving of at leat $s,ow per annum to the Government. The Secret Service Department ,Avhieh is under the control and direction of the Commissioner, is also to undergo re vision, and all inclllcicnt and dishonest olllcers will be Minunarily dismissed, audthcA'ery best men that can be ob tained Avill bo selected to fill all posi tions, high and low. Rvery applicant's past character will be inquired into, and experience will be requisite to an ap pointment. Mr. .1. 11. Itohinson, of Marblehead, Mass., the Assistaut Solici tor, is earnestly co-operating Avith his uliief in all proposed reforms, and under the new administration of affairs, tho oftlce gives promise of admirable mini aueinent. Oiuiu.utv. Mr. Edward Jlerrick, an old and respected citizen of Danby, died "recently of asthma, with' which disease he had been aftlicted for many years. He was son of Henry ilerrick, jr., and a grandson of Henry Jlerrick, an early settler of Danby. His funeral A'as attended on the 27th ult., and a largo number Avero present to pay their last respects to their aged friend. Samuel Aaron IJrownell died at his residence on Thursday, the (Hli hist., aged ninety years, ten months, and twenty-nine dajs. Mr. Jhownoll Avas born in Canaan, Ct., and was thesecond son of Capt. Edward Jlrownell, Avho re moved from Canaan to Williston about seventy yeais ago. For many y.ars, ho was extensively engaged in the manu facture of lumber at the Little Falls, on tho Winooski, at Williston, in connec tion with several partners, numbering among them the late John JJradloy, Harry Bradley, Horace R. Nichols, and Judge Eollett, all of whom ho has sur vh'cd. Of no marked religious bias, lie Avas an attendant at and an active sup porter of the Congregational Church in Ids toAvn. Though disliking tho excite ment of political life, he regarded it as a duty to bo at the polls, and at tho last annual meeting of the freemen east his voto for State and County ofilcors. McsicaIj Festival. A musical fes tival Avas held at -Manchester, last AVeek, which Avas participated in by musicians from Concord, Dover, Nashua, Hudson, Milford, Lawrence, Merrimack, eve. The Mirror says' that "Mr. Philips, teacher of music in the public schools of Nashua, who has few superiors in New England as a tenor singer, acted as con ductor of sacred music in the early part of each drilling s-ession." Person til. The Kev. A. h. Stone has declined a call to Chicago. He likes California mi Avell that lie " desires to spend the re mainder of his days in a land Avhich lias already become co dear to him." , An exchange says thai Avhen General Sherman was at Fortress Monroe, the other day, lie visited the house where the steam lire engine is kept. Here was a portly specimen of tho New York lite- inan, who officiates as engineer. "What is tlie name of your engine?" asked the General. "The name is B. F. Butler." ''Humph, an odd enough name for a 11 ru engine," returned Sherman. " We Avant to change the name, General," said the engineer ; "can't you suggest a name for it ?'' "No, no," answered Sherman, "let him squirt." Bev. Or. BroAvn Emerson has leen pastor of the South Church at Salem for i4 years. He is n .w flt! years old, and preaches one or twice everv Sab bath. At the request of Senator StcAvart, tho tatc Department lias given Mr. C. E. Delong, of Nevada, appointed Minister to Japan, three months delav in loininir his mission, in order to close up his law imsincss. .Mr. Delong has not yet ar cepted the appointment. Charles O'Connor, of Ncav York, is endeavoring to Avithdraw from his en gagement as orator of the approaching celebration of the University of Vii ginia. The Washington correspondent of the JJoston Advertiser says : Gen. Hancock thinks he lias been slighted in being as signed to t he command of the Depart ment ot the North West, with his head quarters at St. Paul, and has protested to the President against tho order of as signment. People hero Avho know Avhat Gen. Hancock's conduct was toward Gen. Grant last summer and fall, think that the President has shown irreat magnanimity in giving him so impor tant a command. During his stay at Washington. Gen Lee resisted all attempts of newspaper correspondents to obtain interviews. While at Baltimore, a correspondent oi a New York paper called to see him, but the General sent him word that he must beg to be excused, as his business there Avas altogether private and social, ana he took no part in public allaiis. (Sen Joe Lane, Avho Avason the Dem ocratic National ticket Avith Brocket! ridge, in ISfiO, hu joined the Roman catholic Church, The President, on Thursday, accepted the resignation ol Gov, Mitehcl, of New Mexico, and directed the Secretary of the Territory to perform the duties of the Lxecutive ofiice until such action can be taken as Avill enable Mr. Crowe to enter upon the duties of theofllcc. Git a nt and Ciiasi:. Judge Chase, AVhose relations wit li the Republican party arc; not supposed to be very close or of a very ardent nature, recently ex prc.-sed bis cordial approbation of the lino of policy adopted by President Grant. He alluded to the iact that the members of the Cabinet Avere men oi uuqiieiiti inublo purity of character, and spoke Avarmly in praise of the steps in itiated by President Grant to 'reform abtif-es in the internal roA'enuc service, to promote an early adjustment of the Indian dilllculties, and his cllbrts in behalf oi the restoration of the Southern Stater. The Chief .flintier, remarked that if (Sen. Grant continued to act up on (lie high principles Avhich had thus far apparently influenced him, it Avnuld not be long before ills aeministration avoiiki nave tiio format support ot a vast majority of (lie peoplo without dis tinction of party. ExrrriMi ADviiNTt'iti:. On Satur day a young man narroAvly escaped from death in a well at Ireland's Corners, N. Y. The young man's name Avas Dixon, and he Avas engaged in cleaning out a well on the premises of Mr. Burbanks. While so engaged the Avell caved in upon him, burying him completely from sight. A gang of men Avero immediately set to work, though hardly Avitli the hope of rescuing him, and after Avorking homo eight hours succeeded in digging him out entirely uninjured. The falling Avails had for tunately formed an arch just over his head, thus saving him from instant death. During that long period his head remained llr.nly messed down up on his breast, and his arms wero also pinioned. Jlut a few inches hpace re mained for his head abo'o water, and ills loAVer extremities wero einbeddot in the earth beneath. Yet ho did not suf fer for Avant of air, and during the whole time he distinctly heard tho men angaged in thkir efforts to rescue him from his perilous condition. It was n remarkuble escape, I Gi:ni:ial in-:sAi)A. General Qtics. ada, (he newly appointed 'eueralissinio of the armies of revolutionary Cuba, i.. a soldier by birth and training. For some eight years or more of his life he has served Avitli distinction inthear miesof Mexico, enjoyiinrhigh command and a brilliant reputation. His cele brated Hank moA'cmcnt at Bayamo, ex ecuted Mime months ago, and whoso details are yet fresh in the public mind, ttanips him as a soldier of first merit. In more than one respect, physically and mentally, he le.-embles Gen. Sher man. His selection for supreme mili tary command .will inspire confidence and insure fighting. Tiii:ta Delta Cm. This College Secret Society held its 2l'1 annual Gon- wntion at the Astorllou-e, New York, on the tllh. Delegate were pnsent lrom tne Nittlli lor the lirsl time since the Avar. Americans (Joint to LUirope. All reports agree that there never vyas so general an exodus ot Americans to Europe as this year. The New York Titni sec lhe matter in the right light: " The reason is not, as one might sup pose, that tho voyagers have largo sur plus fortunes which they can iind no sufllciently spedy aviiv of spending here. The truth is that European trv- el mav often he rather an economical move. It costs very little more, if one knows Iioav to manage, to pass tno sum mer in J'jitrone than it does to pass it in the fashionable resorts of America : and a comparison of necessary expenses at or near European or American watering-places will tell tin; reason Avhy. So a :ain1 while the ocean journey is tin dou'jtedly a costly allair, tho diHercnco in prices of food, clothing, &., onthe tAVo snores, is very great. .Many peo pie Avliosc villas wore wont to be the re sort of city friends from May to No vember, will uc lounil to nave escapcu to Europe; and for others, perhaps a business strode, a lnendiy commission, a desire for new sights, a placin of chil dren at school, a summer's or a year's study of a profession, or Avliat not, is sufficient inducement for the trip. At all events, ti.o summer movement to ward Europe is alieady marked : it Avill be much more so as t lie season advances. Tattlers. 'On 1 could there in thin woilil bo found Sumo little spot ot happy ground, Whero villas plcasuios might go louml, Withont tlin itlago tattling, How doubly blast that bpot would bo, Whero ah" might dwell in liberty, Free ti-om the bitter misery Of gossip's endlesn pratling!" Every community is cursed by tne presence of a class oV people avIio make it tlieir Dtisiness to attend to every- bodv's business but their own. Such people are them eanest specimens of de praved humanity Avhich all-Aviso Pro vidence permits to exist on this cursed earth. It is Avell known that almost OA'ery person is sometimes disposed to evilot otliers; anil tattling isasiii lioni which very 1'oav can claim to be entirely exempt. But the object of our present article is to speak of that distinct class of tattlers avIio make tale-bearing tne constant business of their lives. They prv into t ho private ad'airs of every family in the neighborhood, they knoAV the exnc t stale ol one neighbor's loci .nigs toward another : tney uuuurtand eA'ery body's faults, and no little blund er or misdemeanor eA'or escapes tneir vigilant Avatclitulness. They are parti cularly Avell posted up on every thing connected avuii courtship and niatrt niony, knoAV avIio are going to marry Avhoni, and can guess the exact time Avlien it Avill take p.ace. They Avatch every movement of parties suspected of matriniouial intentions, and if there is tho slightest chance tocreate a disturb ance, excite jcalotisj' or " break up a match, they take immediate adA'antage oi it and do all in their poAver to keep people in a constant state ol vexation i'hey glide quietly from gentleman to lady, ironi mother u daughter, irom lather to son, ami in the ears ol all they pour their dark, bitter Avhispers of slander, abuse, and at the same time pre tend to be the most sincere friend of those they talk to. Their butek and nauseous pills of malicious dander aio sugar-coated Avith smiles and honeyed words of friendship. Tattlers are confined to no particular class of society. 'I'hey belong to all classes,and operate inall. We llnd among th .'in the ricnand the poor "uper ten" and the "lower niill'on," in the church and out of it. They are people avIio Have no higher ambition than to be well inlormcd in regard to other people's priAtue business, to retail scandal to their neighbors, and exult in fiendish triumph oAor tho Avounded feelings arid Di utscd hearts oi tpeir innocent victims Bcauless old maids and childish mat rons make the most accomplished scan dal mo.igers In ti.oAVorld. They seem to take to tattling from the promptings of a natural instinct, and they prose cute it with an energy that Avould do iniornal Honor to their great leader tho priucu of darkness himself. Our con tempt for such graceless creatures knows no bounds, and we can find no words in Avhich to express its infamy. What punishment they dcserA'o avc cai not knoAV ; but God knows, and as sure as his eternal justice reigns, they Avill receive a retribution proportioned to the magnitude of their oU'ences against the iaAVsof t,od and the interests of human ity. Lrrri:i,i.s LiviNti Acu:. The No. 1U01 forthoAveek ending May 8th, con tains Scottish characteristics by a Scotch Celt, Fraser'rt Magazine; Power of the Mind to resist Knowledge, Saturday Review; Country House on t.te Rhine, part XXY, by Berthold Auerbneh, author of "On the Heights," Ac, trans latod for tho Living Ago from DiePres- so; Lctticc jjisic, vu, commit Aiaga-; zine Arctic explorations, N. Y. F.A'oning1 Post; Lanfrey's Napoleon I, St. Paul's; the Wesley's, and their Hymns, Suu- day Magazine; Robin Gray, Saturday Review; Fii-d Protestant Worship In .-pain, Sunday Magazine; General Joni inl, Satuiday KeyicAV ; How to Get Ca nada, N. Y. livening Post ; Poor People from Victor Hugo, Good Words; besides short articles and poetry. The Living Age is issued every Satur day, giving fifty-two number, or sixty four pages, or more than three thousand double column octavo i ages of reading matter yearly. Sul script 'ion price 8 a year free of postage. "Time tries all Things" and has proved that Dr. II tslarx Jalsain of Wild Cherry is the remedy par execl- Irnve lor the cure of c Highs, coids. croups, whooping-cough, bronchitis, asthma, phthisic, sore throat and inllu enza. 11 cures coughs and col Is instan icr It soothes the irritated parts; it heals the inflammation and ca'cii con sumption itself yields to its magic in llueneer There are many natural caiues that are daily producing an injurious effect upon the liair,by hIoav but sure approach es. To those Avho are the victims of any disease of the scalp, a sure provontiA'o is a public benefaction. This, Ave are told, has been found in the discoA'ery of the celebiated " liarrett's Vegetal'ile Hair Restorat ive." Worcester Spy. If you Avould Avatd oft' and cure Dis eases of the Throat, Langs, Lh-er, Kid' neys, Digestive Organs, Female Diseas es, Scrofula, etc., purify the Blond. To do this there are nianyniedicines recom mended, but to do it permanently there is just one Indian Compound, the great Shoslionces Remedy of Dr. Josephus, of Columbia Territory. His now for sale in the Union. There is no mistake about it, Planta tion Bitters will Avard oft' Fever and Anglic and all kindred diseases, if used in time. No family need suffer frcm this distressing complaint if they will keep Plantation Bitters in tho house, and use it according to directions. The most important ingredient of this medi cine is Calisaya or Peruvian i.ark, Avhich is knoAvn to be the linest and purest tonic in tho vegetable kingdom. The extract of this Bark is the active principle of all the good FcA'or and Ague Medicines prescribed by intelli gent doctors. Calisaya Bark is used ex tensively in the manufacture of Plan tation Bitters, as well as quinine, and avc dare say they oavc their popuhuity mostly to tnat fact. We can recommend them. Magnolia Watkic Superior to the best imported German Cologne, and sold at half tho price. d & w. DCfial jflotjttjs. Ttoenty-jTve tears Practice In tho treatment of Diseases incident to Fe males, lias placed Dr. Dow at tho bend of nil the phvoiciaus makiiiL' uch uractieo a Hnecialtv. and enables him to guarantee a speedy and perman ent cure in the worst easey of Sujijirtufion and an oiner Menstriuu jwanfjement, irom unat evi'r t'di.vf. All letters for advice must contain l. Ullice, .No. U Knilicott .Street, Iloston. N. 11. Hoard furnished to flume desiring to rc main under treatment. lioston. Julv. 1808. 220 lvrdtw MANHOOD IN the.xoiuiK and risiiiL- L'eneiMtkiii, tho wei J tative powers of life are strong, but in a fow j cam how oi'ten the pallid hue, the lack-lustre eye ami emaciated lonu, and tho lmpossibilitA of application to mental effort, show itH baneful indtirnre. It soon beeome evident to tho ob server that uoniu depiessini; inlluenco is eheck in tlu-di velopmcnt of the body. Consumption is talked of, and perhaps tho youth is removed from m-IiooI and sent into the country. This is one of lhe uorsi movements, hemoved from ordinaiy diveiMons of the ever-ehiuiKinj,' Heenes ui iue euy, inn powers oi tu noiiy too mucuen feebled to i;ive rest to healthful and rural tier cisc, thoughts are turned inwards upon them selves. If tho patient be a-leinalif the approach of the menses is looked for tvitli anxieiy, as tho last symptom in which Nature is to sllow her saving power in difl'usinj; (ho circulation and wsitiin.' ion nirrn nun me inooill OI ncailll. .Alas : ill l-VeilMii t;K IMiM it ii link iirnn'ii In. .i-l... it IV.. 1 .... - . ..,-rv ..... ....n Hw.w, ... llll.ll 11 IVIl WJl, the eneiKies of the system aro prostrated, and the whole economy is deranged. The beautiful and wonderful period in which body and mind undergo so tascinattng a change Irom child to woman, is looked lor in ain ; the p rent's heart uieeil-5 in anxiety, anil lanctes tin grat but waiting lor its vielim. Ilclmbold's Extract Ililchu, for Weakness nrisin; from cue-sci or early indiscretion, at- iriiucii wun tlir lollowliig symptoms j Indispo sition to exertion, loss of nower. loss of ninnnrv diflleiilty of lucatliing, general.weakncss, horror oi iusoa:-c, weai; nerves, trcniming, tlreadful norrororilcatli, mgiit swciits, cold feet, wake fulness, iliinni ss of vision, langour, univnsa luBMiiine oi ino miiM'Uiar svstein. o en enor mous appetite with dv.-pentic svniiitonn. hot hands, Hushing of the body, dryness of llio skin pallid countenance and eruptions on tho fce, ij.uu iu uiu niiL-K, jieaviucsB oi i no eveiuis, ire iiuently black spots living before tho'eyes, with ieni)orary suiiocanon ami loss of sight, want oi attention, great niolnlily. restlessness-. th hoi ror of society. KuthiiigiN more dcsirablo to sucn patients tiinn soiituile, ami nothing they more dread, for fear of themselves ; no repose of manner, no earnestness, no speculation, but a hurried transition from one iiuestion to an other. These myniploms, if allowed to j;u on which this niediciiiH invariably removes soon follow loss of nower, fatuity, and epileptic llts, in one of which the patient may expire. During tho superintendence of Dr. Wilson at tho llloomingdalo Asylum, this sad result oc curred to two patients ; reason had for a time lelt them, and botli died of epilepsy. They wero of both sexes, and about twenty vearH of AY ho ran nay tnat ti;oc ciouskos mo not n-p. qnently followed by those direful diseases of in sanity and consumption ! Tho records of tho iusauo asylums, and tho melancholy deaths in consumption, bear amnio witness to tho truth of thebo assertions. In lunatic, asylums tho most melancholy exhibition anuears. Tim couiitciiaueo isaetually sudden and quite desti tuteneither mirth nor grief ever visit it. Kb mid a sound of the voice occur, it is rarely artieulato. With woeful inoa.MiruH wan (U'opalr J.ow- sullen sounds their grief beguiled, Whilst wo regret the oiisteneo of tho ubov diseases and symptoms, wo are prepared to offer an Invaluable gilt of chemistry for tho removal of tho eonsequenccB. HehuholiVs Highly Con. ciMitrutcd I'lul'l Infract ot llnchu, Tnero is no tonic like it. It is nil anchor of bono to th surgeon and patient, mid this is tho testimony of all who ha t used or nrebcribed it. Hoiii iiyaiiuruggihtsaiiiiDvaloni ovorvwheiB. l'rieo -11.25 per bottlo, or C hottlos for IG.50. Delivered to any address. Describe tho gymptmuR hi all communications. Address II. T.1IELM110LD, Drug and Chem ical warehouse, 5'Jt Uroadway, N. i, Nono aro genuine unless done up in e'.eel.eu. graved wrapper, with t'ac-slinilo of uiv Chemical YarehouHe, and signed I H.T. HFJiMllOLD. i dY-201-a XKir ADVlliTISEM KX . S. NEW STORE AND i .. . ,--....... .-'.--i.tiiiii, iiii. iniui- less in all its branches A lull ntock is kept on hand eoiittanlty, and sash doors, blinds and mouldings of the latest and most appr ived pal XT r r A A T Ct to onlcr. Particular attention paid .IN Jli (jrC)(3'DS ' ! '",n:,,iufi",""i"ll""-ll"ifl'ilif,'iua'erials (live us a call : satisfaction iuaranteed. T. D. MAIiVIN, I , , , I'. H. hl'TTKUFII-LD. j hwantou, Marcli 20, IKO'.t. t202tf Tl'ST arrived from New York, with a largo stock of DRY GOODS I'oxslbTlxu or Shawls, Silks. Cloaks. And a great variety of Dress Goods, Calicos. Cotton Cloth, (treat variety ol HOUSE-KEEPING GOODS, lifllge lot of OXiOTH and OLOAKINOS, -SNH-- FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS. WILL si ll 1' rices, at the lowest Xew York Market ei (Jomo anil look foryourseli, at the ;ov York Clieaj) Store, on Lake Street. IIENltY DAXl'.N'UAl'M. St. Albans, Vt., April 21. IST.'.l. 2S7 GrTOiicl Opening ii' NEW MILINERY GOODS MRS. H. F. BUCK r i- prepared to ollc at her New llooms, in tho Farrar lllock, Corner ot Maui anil i;ou gross Streets, at OJtUA TTA" JtKnVVlW J'ffCKS, A largo Block of New and Fashionable floods ! ! Milliucis and Dress maker supplied at wnoiesaie, very low. floods cut any desired length. Patterns of all kinds : Kmluoidori-d Lace Corseis ; Skirts ; Wlnle Goods ; Finn Flannels A Splendid lino of Gloves and Hosier Worsted All Shades. Bonnets and Hats trimmed in the I.nies Tans and Xew York Styles. PLEASE CALL AND SEE ! ! St, Albans Marble Works riMIU subscriber would respectfully announce JL to the Citizens of Franklin County that ho has opened a MARBLE SHOP in St. Albans, on Centre Street, a few diors west of Jt. Ilrainerd s Drug Store, and is pro paaed to furnish Koiilgn and l) mcstlc .'Iui-ulu MouiimuiilK, Tom)) Stoiun, ;md in snort, i-vcrylliliif; eonuecteil with tho busi ncss, at reasonable prices, and i-atisfaction given or no pay required. Persons wishing to erect memorials to do parted friends will do well to call before pur Aliasing i-isew licit', L. A. HltO'WXKLL. St. AlbatiK, March 31, 180!), f202tf Premium Early Rose Potatoes, 50 cents per pound. TTARHISON'S only $4, OO per llbl., mid 1 L 1 lh ltosu free. Enquire of O. C. WAIT. West Georgia, Yt. IMPORTANT ! "TjUHt tho hotter accommodation of tho nubile. X tho subscriber has secured tho services of several experienced 1'ulntir. Cluxiiin and I'uiter Illllisera. With a fab- sham of mililin ...jii.ihu uu ia ueiei'iiiiiieu 10 iieep tne nest working gang of mechanics in tho County. Let it lio remembered that ho employs nono nii...ln.... i.. i a. ,. i. : . uui UAirui luitut ii MiuKineii ni ii 111011 rr k nm v JIUOIIH, If vou want a imlnler. don'l fm-iM-t llm nine. Shop on Lako Street, opposite tho Foundry iiesiueuce east ot Acuuemy, on lligli street. L'llAllLUS THUJU'SUN, House, Carriage and t-ign Fainter St. Albans, Vt., April 12, 18(iU. t(Jw-!ii Wanted Immediately, QIX OH EIGHT I'Irt t'ln Home Iuln. IO to whom cil wages will be paid. Apply to II. E. COLONKY .t CO.. Congress Street, St. Albans, Yt. April 20, 1809. GLOVES, OLOVmo all kinds, of all kin at WM. N. SMITH, & CO'8. SASH .DOORSjiud BLINDS. An Old Establishment with NEW PROPRIETORS, 5WAHTON, VT. vj-auvi.v ,t ni TT!.:icKiv:M)haMjig ,mr- XVI chased the HASH 1)0011 and 1IL1ND Jlaimhielory I.slablishmcnl, nt Kwanton, of 11. I . blackmail. :m ih.m, n,.,l t.. ...,.ii,, ,. i. . 1 , . Ucvciiiic Stamps O1 all denominations, c Oilice. Ikink Stru t. 21)ltf II. an lie had at the l'ot X. ll.UtltKli, P M. DRUG STORE WANTED I.N ,4 DDIIKSS, with .iniiiuiil of business mill .M. X. IIOOl', ItvelieliMais. XX price, fCli II F 0 RSA L E. LO'l' containing II 'OUSK AND ONF.-HALl' At in-, oi laud, on corner of I.a kn nmi Gravel Strrets, in St. Albnux Village. luquiri of M. HtVlv iaw27J St. AlbaiH. Apiil r, ISiii). I will pastille the coming summer thirty or forty t.'ows on (lie Wluttemoi-n Hill nnsliiii. hcietotore occunied by A. M. Clark, at ten dol lars a (.'ow for the season. Good innning water at all limes in said p.istuiv. l'ATiaciv O'XFIL. St. Albans, April 1'.', 1S1U. t:l-2it FOR SALE. A HOUSE mid lot of land eonsistlii" of six acres, situated about a mile and a niinrter hcsl in uiu jepoi in M..io.ins. i ne imildings arc nearly new and iu good repair. There is a fruit orchaid of about li Hy young tieen, and the land is iu good state of cultivation For fm titer particulars aiiplv to lttf-' , " I!. F. HUGO. BAILEY'S BUTTER TUB. liosTo:;. Dee. 1. lbtiS. A. It. Bailkv, Deau Sir : Tho time lies come Tihen the advantages of your tub are apparent ; neariy all that wo are receiving (unless late fall or winter make) is .ttroity on top which would not be tho case if put up in your tub. If there are an nice dairies iu your vieini! put up in oiir tub you mav pav 5 cents per li. more for them than for Summer dairies put up in the old style tul). In fact we don't want any Suninu r dairies at any price in the old tubs. We cm buy common butter here lower than ou can up there. We think Foul try is dull this week, can't tell how it may bo at Cliri-tmas. Yours truly SAMUEL IHGELOW.V CO. 251-tf iJJsorth Market Street. WANT E3 30, 21.000 Dairy Skin?. 10,000 Veal Skins, 100 Tons "Old Bones," A1SO ,(( Unira t l'ick up nil tho OLD HONES UW JJUt b in Franklin County. We will pay (1.1 ptr tun cabh. Farmers can save 1(1 eent. paid toa outs bv si lling their DA1KV .SKINS In us. Woaro IIIO.Ml ttr.VU'l'ICllS on SK1X nud IIO.NKS. Iteiuembcr the place Old Tin Shop ' door- north of lhe American House. MK10WAN .v CtJ. St. Albans teb. 1.1, lSHt). 12.17-tini Good Dairy Farm 1701! SALE IN MOliHISTOWN, within oite ? half mill) of Jlorristow u village. Farm contains about eighty-live acres of good land, sixlv acre cli-aicil, and the remaii der wood-land. Four bundled Sugar or .Maple trees, with Sap Tubs and Sugar Utensils. A young Apple Orchard it about 1.10 tree, mostly iu beariiif,'. House :l(lx 10, in good lepair, with good cel lar. Ham :ii! x (it, witli cellar under tho wholu and iu good repair. Itiinniiig water at hoin-o and barn, and pastures well watered. Forty tons ot hay cut from twenty acres will bo sold witli lite farm if desired. Seven Cows, 5 yearling heifers, Hi sheep, and a span of good work hoivcswill lie mid willi tho place if desiied, and all farming tools. All to be sold very cheap for cash. . , . V. H. FOWEliS, Morustown, Aug. 15, WM. Stflhvtf. We Wish it to be Understood By the readers of this paper tnat we liny Hags, MUM) l'nner, Sell hooks, Sell Stationery, Hind Books, Itebind old books, Do Job Finding, Supply Frinters, Supply llcfcltauts, Contract with Authors. Contract with Fnblishcrs. Contract for Stereotyping, liny old Paper and Hooks, liny Woolen Hags, Publish Fowlo's Spoiler, Publibh tho Vermont Speller, Publish Walton's Itegister. Publish Prayer Hooks. Fubltsh tho Vermont Directory, Pnliltrtli Xmv (linniiMliii-n 11ii...i!..... Publish other Hooks, Employ Typo Setters, Want Mouoy and: will bo glad to hear from you in tho way of Vi. iurfs. Address, tho CLAHEMONT .MANUFAOTUHINQ CO. 2-12-tf Olareniont, N. H, PLAID WOOL hlllHTS ir. luigo variety of styles, now opening at W.M. N. SMITH .t CO'S. WOOL SCAHFSof every description, Just re. ceived al WM. X. SMITH, A CO'S. SHIItTS and DHAWEllS, and all kinds, just received at Over Shirts of W... X CJTIrilr CO'S, n 'iv 'At, v hv i ru a co'.s foryoar UTud Winter Clothing.