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Shew Bkmh-iciax. to a Faum. Thol
Tvroflte of keeping fiheep are nut nt nil
derived from tho wool ihoy profliico, ;
and their increnso of numbers, for their j
manure is ono 01 tuo uesi icruuzcrs
that wo have. Although sheep will
not thrive if kept too long on tho Bam6
farm, yet tho soil upon which thoy nro
kept will rapidly incroaso in its fertil
ity. A moderate conting of sheep
manuro will renovate worn soil more
than n heavy coating of bnrn-yard ma
nure, and no manure is bettor adapted
to tho growing of wheat than this.
Sheep may bo niado a great profit to a
farm as fertilizers, if a little attention
bo paid to this subject, and a little
pains taken to savo their droppings,
or having it dropped whero thu soil
needs it. This may bo dono during
tho winter by feeding tho sheep when
tho weather will numit, in the poor
est field there is on tho farm; and the
sheep shed should bo well littered
with straw, saw-dust, or something of
tho kind, so that nono of their excre
ment can bo lost ltural American.
Mealy Potatoes all Summer. Tho
following modo of preserving them in
good condition has been described by
Ur. J. Al. Wilson, as practiced 111
JLllO UAWUIIllltillllliDU CllUil )
mrraiu,''water; has' of Into years
been- successfully employed for check
ing tho vegetntivc "power of potatoes,
and prolonging their suitableness for
food. Potatoes immersed four or five
days in this liquid, retain all thoir ed
ible properties unimpaired for a twelve
month, improved in ilox'or ano meali
ness. Tho effect of tho liquor is to
consolidate -their substance and ex
tract their moisture. After iramerson,
tho potatoes should be spread so as to
dry, and will keep them good for ten
months ; contributing in this way not
only to tho comfort of families, but al
so to tho health of mariners oxposcd
to long voyages at sen.
BirrTEn. Juno butter is commonly
tlio best of tho year. Tho grass is
fresh nnd sweet ; tho weather is not so
hot that butter making is interfered
with, and tho flow of milk is larger
than any othor period, so that butter
may ordinarily bo mtulo in larger
quantities nnd bettor. Jlilk should
not bo disturbed nt nil nfter it is sot,
until It is skimmed. It should bo kopt
nt a tcmpernturo not lower than 55
F., and not higher thnn 00 . Though
without a cool, spring dairy room, this
is seldom practicable. Tho crenm
ought to be kopt as cool as possible
nnd thoroughly stirred every timo any
now . cream is added. Scrupulous
cleanliness, the use of tin or earthen
pans scalded daily and most thorough;
ly, good ventilation and perioctfi
--riii il. 111 V.'n.H
,kj$ out- tuo uuiiemuiK
DHgiuyj land salting moder-
iiyVill seenro butter of nn excel
lent qualitj', which if woll packed will
keep tho year round. . Scold now fir
kins or tubs with buttormilk, nnd sub
sequently with strong brino.
To. make Heks Lay pEiiri:TiiALi,Y.
Hens will lay continually if treated in
tho following manner: Keep thorn En
tirely from tho malo bird; givo them
fresh meat chopped liko sausago meat
onco a day in small quantities, say half
nn ounco n day to cacn nen, during tuo
winter, or from tho timo that insects
disappear in tho fall till they appear in
tho Kpriio- Never allow nny eggs to
remain in tho nest for what nro called
nest eggs. When tho malo birds do
not run with tho hens and no eggs nro
loft in the nost, tho hens will not ccaso
laying after tho production of twelve or
fifteen eggs as thoy always do when
malo birds and nest eggs nro nllowed,
but will continue laying perpetually.
June the Time to Phoke Piiuit
Treks. E. D. "Wright, in tho Oenesee
Farmer, contends that Juuc is tho
proper season to pruno fruit trees, of
fering ns the ground of hia faith tho
following ronsonB, which wo put in
1. A limb being cut off before tho
growing sonson, both wood and bark
will dry nnd dio back whero tho cut is
mado. What it thus loses xvlnlo waiting
for the growing season must bo mndo
up by the growth of now wood when that
season arrives. Nnturd undertakes to
liieal the wound by growing it over
with this new xvood, but much tima it
will grow up from tlio point xvhero lifo
still remains, between tho bark nnd
tho vvaod, to tho place xvhero it would
bo ittlui cul were mndo in May or Juno,
instead of Februnry or March,
2. Whero a linib is rut off before
tho groxving season., ond Iwjforo or at
iho timo of tho spring flow of sap, tho
sap must cojno to tho surface whero
cut, and there bo evaporated or fer
mented, leaving tho xvood sour nuil
lifeless, and linblo soon to rot.
tSr Joshua It. Giddijigs, xvho hu; a
prominent nnd marked position in
connection xrith all tho lending politi
cnl mensureH of tho country for Jast
thirty years, died suddenly nt Jlontro
al Canada. At tho timo of his death
ho was tlio American consul general
for Canada. Originally nn abolition
ist, Mr. Giddings acted with tho old
whig party for sovornl years, but ro-
nounecu it an not. uvinir Huiueicnuy
ifinti.slavcrv.and was one of tho nio-
y'ulnra in tho free Boil xiartv movotnent.
If was a member of Consrcas from
tho Ashtabula district in Ohio for ai
fears, nnd was alxx-aVB positive itndanr
.1 1' !.. T. ! 1 t. L 1 . I . .
noved tq I?o riyht, withotjtj tpar; 'to.'
vwiocciuaoiiotf by nn acliyji , of t j)o
heart, which Iiiih for yearn, roudqrotl
US Health (IcllCatO find Hlwnvinnui
r -r art A... -liL
,J"'1C0 wl,Uo ? mJuJrJbf Qireii;ijli?
fell proBlrnto 111 tho vcploscntativcH' hull
"l n '"to of unconsciousness, nndvftB.
""&" w '"'au. mi: uultliims
..in ...r.4.1.. nn - . .1 1 44 .
Mr, uutiw.v us; vcihh om: aim iv 11m
death tho connlrv loses mm of nW.
rat pnoiic men, and ono of tho moat
determined opponents of oppression
in every form.
A correspondent of tho Montreal
Witnm making a tour lup the Con
necticut valley writes oa follows!
As wo pasa .hrough .Noriliapmtdif,
on tho righrmay btj e6on in Iho dis
tanco tho noble pilo of buildings which
constitute Amherst College To Mr.
"Williston tho Collego is indebted for
two of tho most prominent of tho
buildings the Observatory nnd Stu
dents' Hall; besides this, ho has erect
ed and endowed, at his sold expense,
an Academy, and built a Clniroh in his
native place, Easthamplon. Mr. "V. is
also ono of tho largest contributors in
tho boncvolont institutions of tho
country. Commencing lifo as a farmer,
with very limited moans.nctuated solely
by a desiro to contributo monoy o tho
causo of benevolonco and religion, Mr.
W. began tho manufacture of cloth-
covered buttons, as the produce of his
fnvtn nmilrl 1m ,,.1. ,1 l
stores for goods. At first T,o intended
i3 o f. K aJ0Xr, l0llnrS b?' 1Hn'i"tlloChildWsDopartmont,dress.edl
means for bnnnvftloiif, niirnnijf.a lif ln . . ,i . . 1 , . i .vU.u
. , . , --j."-",
the ingenious invention and npphca-!
Hon of machinery ho soon found him
self engnged in n profitnblo mnnttfnc
turo. After a few years, ho erected
largo buildings for his business, and
has gradually extended, until now ho
is tho largest manufacturer in tho
United States and competes success
fully with foreign trade. Ho gives
employment lO( hundreds of families,
and has n thriving villnge grown up
about him, Tho more his wealth' has i
increased, tho larger his benefactions. 1
J lo lias educated young men and
men ; cared for tho widow and orphan,
and assisted tho unfortunate. All his
xvealth and his means of usefulness arc
tho direct result of a desiro to contrib
ute to tho cause of benevolence, which
led him to commenco on a limited
scaio too manuiacturo wmcii lias been
for mnny years pre-eminently success-1
As liast Hamilton has boon built
up by buttons, St. Johnsbury oxves its J
prosperity to tho scnlo manufacture.
This village, which derives its rcmar-1
kablo jmmo from St John, iho French
consul, during the revolution, is purely
New England, tho proverbial nir of
neatness, frcshnuss and industry, being
noxvhoro moro strongly marked than
in this locality. The cottages of ( the,
xvork-peoplo aro neatly painted, kur
rounded with well cultivated gardens
and shrubbery:;' - xvatbr-xx'ftrlcs" supply!
water for every house, and fountains
in tho gardens. On pyeryliaiid aro
indications" of thrift, taste ami1' refine
ment; churches nnd schools nbound.
Nature hns done much lor-tlns village,
but art and tasto render it ono of tlio
paost charming plnccs in Vermont It
ilAtes its nso from tho commencement
pfctho scale mauufaturq of 1830. Mr.
L'au-banks at this timo xvns engaged ui
preparing hemp for market, nnd to fa
cilitate tho operation of. xx'eighiug, it,
invented tho. famous', platform scald.
I3y his mechanical genius, step by step
tho scalo has been perfected, until it
has noxv a xvorld-xvido reputation and
may bo found m all quarters of tho
globe. 300 men are constantly em
ployed j they are uneaqualJed for thoir
skill aml-intclligencc. "IWnnhital pro
duce of their labor is over half a mill
ion dtfllars Tho foundation , of (his
prosperity oi St Johnsbury i3 duo to
tho Christian inuuonco '.nnd examine
of tho Messrs. Fairbanks. Their
wealth is dox'oted to tho causo of relig
ion. 'and lionox'olcinco; eVery "g6od'
causo receives their aid and counten
ance. To their Xoreinau xvlio had been
in their employ for txverity-Iivo years
thpy ihax'o i-ocently gveu tyhouse and
I6t valued nt '$10,000. 'The influence
of tho employers oporntes' upon thoir
men, nnd their relations to each othor
nro of, ,thq, most Jiappy. character.
Theso txvo oxamplcs xvhicii T havo se
lected to illustrated Noxv England
character aro' by no inodK's Vare, They
scrx'o to shoxv that tho basis of tho
prosperity of Noxv England lies in the
earnest religious principles of her peo
ple I do not suppose that nil Noxv
Englnnd manufacturers nro Williston h
or Fnirbanks; but it appears to mo
that much of tho prosperity, xx'hich is
oyident tp onoxyho travQlsih,voiigKtha.
portion of the U. S., is diio to tho ro
ligion of her people, joined to a spirit
of industry and enterprise. auhoritcd
from their fathers. Ji.
0 UN.' G iuTtVJ?6ijt ic8.--Manyinqi-ries
lmvo boon raudo about Gen. Grant's
politics. I nm hnppy to inform, jour
rentiers from lus. owu lips to wlmpfti
ty ho belongs antl itntler xx'hnt'-bnnnor
ho mnrches. A nonr rolutivo of his
lms been passing some timo in this
city. "Whilo with Gen. Grant nt tho
"Went, boforo ho wna mndo lieutenant
general, tho fricrtd paid to hirni' 'Geu
ernl, X hio been inquired of to-day
about your iolitic3.' 'Did you give
tho parties any information?' xvns tho
quiet query, 'I did not,' xvas tho nnswoi-,
'for I don t know what your politics
nro. Jvnockiut' tho nslies Irom ins
cigar, tho genond continued: (xVhon I
rcflidcd at tho south 1 lnul tho opin
ions and piojitdicos of Koutliern pco
i)lo nL'ninst tho republican party. I
brought thoso opinions nnd )iejudices
with mo when I enmo to Illinois. Had
J tnlion nctix'o part in politics, 1 should
lmvo boon with tho pnrly opposed to
ii i. it' ' ... r '...i..i,,!ilVr' t'::.
coin's course, and xvas satisfied will:
his patriotism. 13ut these nro not tlio
tiiuas for T)aTtlP5. Indeed, in tins oi'i
sis thoro can a but txvo parties those
1 for tho country, thoso for its foes.
b.-hmj.- to thu party of tho Union,
Tbnncj'xvho at tW ilHt tnri)Qst in
xv f ,uul ptitttug flowtt
oldlYr,J obey tlj hUVji iljltljl Cfifa'rlV"!
' thjj.yrders of iUll'my bupi nois.
peel every, .man aindor, ,mo tpudo the
When Mrs. Grunt left "Washington
for her, wehtorn 'homo jihn rcmaineii
shortAhno In this city at tlio Fifth .Av-'
eiiuo hotel. Sovornl' gentlemen called
upon hef niul in the course oftlfe
ctmvcrsation congratulated hor on the
elevation. ofhor husband,- and -expressed
n hopoithafc ho would bo suc
cessful in this'chmpnlgn. Her whole
manner, quiet, dignified and reserved,
seemed to express surprise that any
ono could do'ujj hisAUcpose. Pausingi
a moment alio replied; 'I havu noi
doubt but tho general will succeed, for
ho is a very obHthmto man.' This re
mark ended tho conversation. A Ga
lena noighbor -of tho commanding
general has been stopping hero some
timo nnd scorns utterly confounded
with tho sudden growth of his neigh
bor, the tanner. Ho can't account for
it, for ho was not a marked man in his
home and nobody supposed him a great
man; he seldom talked.nskcd no advice,
gave nono to any ono, but always did
what ho agreed to and at the time.
GnN. Gn.xj.Vs Dauoiithi. Tho St.
Louis Aeira of tho lllth inst. has the
."Gon..Grant's.. daughter aniina
turo picture .of , the Lieut. General
wns the centre of attraction at the
, 11 . 1 i i i - . .
,l8 ft rnoinony, spectacled matron, and
1)0rf,oimto(1 Ar0tLr Goon' ,vLn
wuo uveu in a suoo, nna nnd so many
children sho did not know what to do."
Crowds paid her tho complimouls of
the evening. Thoro sho sat in her
purity and innocence, wholly uncon
scious of tho fact that a nation's
lifo was suspended tipon hor father's
success in tho battlefield." 1 '
. 1 1? .t . f . i
Y)r. jMuvhIi HltVS ilin lioafwinrn fnv.
hysterics, is to discharge .tho servant!
girl. In his Opinion there is nothintrJ
liko Hying around to keen tho nervous
system from becqnung . unstrangJ
nuiiw wuiuvu mime i.ney xvant n. pnysi-w
L ' . 11,' .1. 11 1 1 fe
cian, no says, wnon iney need a scrub-
A bright littlo girl, in playful an-
nli,t. i.nl.1 nt nh rtlrW R;Rfr. onvi
fn' Xow I'll shako the saw-dutf out
xvas got up on tho snmo plan as her
A.VICK XOT1CK, VLI, THOSE DESlnlXG
Tho subscriber proscntM his grateful acknowl
tdKinrntM for (hu liberal pjtronaRO with wliich
he has been favored for iho last fifteen vearp,
aiid.itiyiteH ft continuance of the. same. Ilo still
keeps his shop fiver Jnnioa Saxe'n store,- and
fcivc p"cclal attention to .(
His Garments nromade-in
and being an experienced futtcr ami "XX'orU
iniiii, lie is ablo to (;uiramyatisi'actioii:to nil
who may favor him with their micro. I
8t. Albans. March 18, 1HGI. 1-tf
hand nt niv
t AlHtlAGE SI 10I '
L.iKi: STltEbT, ST. ITJIAXS,
. Ji. sitpply "f
ttt r.T '
AVhich, for design and finish, are uncnualled in
tliiH Ooiui'tv.'srATsoSft finc ng3oftiiient.fiflOOr
riN" TlillMMINOS, conuwtinRofFniiK. ,
SnewB, TaclvH, Name 1'lateM, Handle s, Ac., which
I will tell as low as I can afford.
Also, a now and splendid IIEAIISE, with
)hich I will serx-c tlioso who desire.
Hoping that my efforts for tho proper inter
m)iit;of. tho dead. )vill,bo.appreciateil,U.vs thB poo.
iilc, of St. Albans and vipimty, I respectfully bo
(icit their patronage. ' L. lUNCJHAM.
St. Albans, March 20, 1801, 3-tf
OrncE or CoMnitouxn oftiik GtmueNov,
XYashington, Feb. 20, laoi.
. "Vheueas, Ey satisfactory evidenco presanted
to tho undersigned, it lus peon made to appear
that the Firtt Rational Hunk (if St.' Atbanit, in tho.
Conntv of Franklin, and State of Vermont, haf
UVU 4Jt UIH.CU UtU.ES IIHibBa, ... 'AV-
ur fr..f(A.l mnuu Ci.iM-o .....1
lor tlio circulation anil redemption iiicrooi,
approved Feb. 23, 180.1. and haH eomii
all tho provisions, of id act required t
nrovisions or said act required lu w coin-
pltctl wltn neroro commencing xno irasiuesa oi
Now. therefore, L Hroit iJIcOl'ij.och, . Comit-
iriiSrn of tho Currency, do hereby certify that the
First National Rank of St.-AlpaflB,' : County of
Franklin, ond Htato of Vermont; is,authorizcd t0
iynmiejieo tho busi11 ofllanklnglundcr ,tlio
Act ftforcHaid. t. 41 SBPi
1 In testimony -whereof, wllne'irny7lIiand and
teal 6f Office this 20th daviof Fobrnary'ltjCl.
Signed, - m oil JHCCULLOUU,
Comptroller of thogurroncy.
T ItU.SSUI. AlOIINOTOX,
fj . 'retail dealer In general
ghoceiues and provisions,
St. Albans, March 17, 1861. ' ltf
Jrx.umAU nnoT.iiKUs, jkon MBit-
calew In "Nails. Olass.'Oils, Tajnts, Agricul
tural Tools, whlehwooffcrat a low cash figure.
uorner i.aie ann .nam sireeis.
Bt. Albans, March 1C, 1661. ' 1-tf
THU VERMONT THANSOIlirT,
A NF.XV XVFEKLY UNION FvVFElt,
ESTAIILIHIIKD AT HT. AJjUNS, XT.
for Oiefree illmtssion of current lonirs in ete-
'Xnr, Vkhmowp Trassciuit is designed to bo a
thoroiichly Uuigii Vermont uowepapcr, Its piot-
to will lw "Liberty ahd Union, now and forovcr,
onoaiid inseparable." In' its coh5mhs will bo
found tho fullest and latest Intelligence of tho
day. F.arly rcjiorta of the markets and reliablo
items or flnaia-laUntclligeliep, wilj no regularly
iH'vm' 'i'racUcttlirticloii u'pon ogricullurarand
coiipuorcial subjects will Ind a pJaeo in its,col
timt4 4.3"!1,,l'aAu'i o(.Utraj-inoeUany
11 will strive to bo surpassed liy no oilier woouiy
iournal". In variety and fullness of information
on curront tonics, ana in tuo oxuim. oi iw vw
resiHindeiico, it will ondoaTor to gfvo'HaH(factiOi
to all., , i.,n.v:.i n ti i 1 u T. A f . '
Itsf KVgl-apTclVppoaraiice'vi-ill ho1 subh'aa to
coraincnd It to all clause of readons, "With tho
wivailUgH.vf itlv tjnic, .alid.diligtuiti attention
to its mochanical noatnusii und uceuraey, This
TiUNBcm it will 1iim,ttTni rityar('liiir.e to Muinre,
a,rpaMUiable,iniitlurii fif popular favor,
Eu Jeavoruig tw,trar.Atw.) an iuutruellvo and
olitortainingcFalr.llr Fripcr, and crfully diges-
i . 1 1 .."Ii . .4 . I Ji.W.i.r.Yii.L 'nit.1li.l.M ..ill
renOT'vIS TOSinr .
tftiiwuragd nndelimMAliir tlnWdes.
u. a. cym'ii; jrabit,uor
liecarituiy orKanuceu unuer'ancnAecnvipnKiio tne
UitilrMbflt of tlfe-Act f)f Cdn'gtessr c'fitltlPd
t'An Act tonrovido a National Currency, secured
IUllMTUltK! cilOClCUKY! XV., XV.
J: v i
ST. ALBANS, VT
Tho most cxtonciro nnd lcet hcuorteil slock (if
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY
ti ha found ill Northern Vormnnt, with a K""
tral Rsortmcnt gf llniiff furnishing Oooilt. limy
bo seen at oil tlmc hy fnllinc nt thf noovr favorite
Btorc, consisting of tho Lost ntjli-8 and fiunlity of
cnooKi'.uY And otahs wahi:,
crn.imv and i'Uted wahi:,
WINDOW RHATMW AND WXTUltES, '
COltD, TASSElA, C0IINI01V3, Ac.
A largo assortment of MOULDINGS for
I? i c xi.v o li'umcH,
and Fram( mado te ordflr at the sliortost nollfcb.
'jmutbiis in bniLVT varieti'.
FimisT IT TIKE,
ConKistinp of lbrlor Suits of hlaok walinil, In
lasting nnd hair cloth ; Sofas, Lpnnsd, Kasy
xnairti, nat ftota, iiat invs; leniro, (Jam.
Ova), Sldo, Jliirhle IVifi, Eitrnffloii, and Toilet
TahloM, itli a large anoilniejit of common l'nr
nitnro, of the best (Ivlfe?, and a ntpcrior muMtu
Elegantly OrnaiiKJiitcd Cliambor
With and without, llarlilo.
Gold lUml, Gold SU, Ulrds X'rtllt, Vlmrert.,
&c, Ac,, on hand null iiniutci to ordtr,
vith any detdrAu pattern.
BLACK WALNUT, OAK,
linishoil in oil, and any number of iiieecs de
sirod, with or without JIarblo Tops.
A full ntock of cane and wood-sent t'hairs, war
ranted of superior durahiliUl from the Ictl manu
,,Blr. nusk. paim. lixodBI.r. Ac: also le athers.
I ' '
OLD GANK-HEAT CIIAIltS, of all kinds, ncn
ly Boated and backed at reasonable priei .
Of all kindM, constantly on hand and for sale.
PLATES EN(iUAVEI TO OKPElt.
Sign ami Ornamental Fainting,
Neatly and promptly executed.
All the above named Grtods will bo sold at the
Zotrcst Jfrftf; jirior-i,- tiny changes in which,
will bo baped un uiamtfuturer' litti, and not
dflpontl on whether "ur ndiKhliors may, or may
nolj haif for tho timo being, a stool: of the
ENTRANCE TO THE FWUN'ITUUE WAltE
' , 1100.MH,
Through (lie JroeKirj- Store,
NOT Ul' STAUtS.
Albajw, March 18, IBB I. 1-tf.
rislis for uither of
Insurance Companies :
undersigned will talio
tho following first claeu
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY
OF KEVf-HAVEN; -Capital
Three-fourths of thciprotit- divided among I'olicy
HAMPDEN INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital Hloflc, tjiyo,()0().
WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS IN
Capital Htock, Sa)0,000.
CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEXY 1LVVEN, CONN.;
CA3PITAI. STOCK, 9300,000.
Each of tho abovo amounts of Stock is paid in.
M. RUCK, Age lit.
Office ovc r Weeks' store, St. Albans, X't.
April 0, 1834. -My
ST. Ar.llANS STOIli:,
ST. AI.BANS. VT..
XX linro nverv variety of Musical Iiistrnthonts can
be found. IPIuiiot" from five ditl'erent maiiUfac-i
torios, viz.: Btcinways, C'luclieriuc & Son; the,
United l'iano Tortea
ward A- llrown.
)a ; J. r. Halo & Co,, 'Wood-
Jleloileons 'from' thrce mamifactories, viz.:
3Iason and Hamlin of Boston, l'rcseott A llroyi
ers of Concord, N. II., J. Estey's, llrattleboro',
Yt. . . '
Small Instruments or every kind.
Sheet JIhuIc unit 3Iiulc Hooks, Card Photo
graphs and FietureB, at the lowest prices.
from five diUorent manufactories. SIXGlill'S
is the best machine manufactured; fully war
ranted in every respect , lock stitch, aliko on
All orders bv mail, cither for Jlusical Instru
ments, Muaio liooks or Sheet Music, or Hewing
Machines, win liiecl vitn prompt attention.
Address, C. II. S. I'lEItCE,
1-Gin m. Alliums, x t.
1IUAVY STOCK Oil"
DVH STTirrS, &0., luat received bv
tlie eubscribers at their old stand, whjph they
oner at wjipiosaio or reian, at sman aavance
XX'o call snecial attention to a new Oil for naint-
ing, choaper than Linseed Oil, and which wDrks
equally well. Also, to Putchcr's Puro XVhito
Lead, a thorongldv tested aiftl highly approved
article. raintB or every snaue aim
Paints of overv shade and oualltv :
.... - , i, v
l arnisn, japan, iienzino. l aiiH-jimsoes, .o.,.vo.
10-tf Ii. L. DUTCHKIt .V R()k.
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES
HATS AND BONNETS
A FINK AHSOIITMKNT, at
THA1, KHTATK VOll SAI.K. - Tho fol
I V luwiiiL' Ileal Fstato Is omired for salo on fa-
vprablo terms, viz: Alsmt 200 acrca of Land
known iiB tho Patrick McF.nany farm, situated a
part n Fatrtield apd a part m F.uosburgh, Yt
it Is nearlv all intsrval land, and has horetoforu
tn.u psoit fur d ury purposes, and the fanner
ownorroadfl nemey at that business on theTarm.
It is well timlMred and watered, and ho llulul
Jugs are in ni.nli ruto repair.
Also atxiut U acres of Land in fit.- Allmtis til
laga, latily iiwuml by l)ill. Bmalley, Emu. and
now belonging to the estate of XVm, ,XY. iX'hlto,
M1., sitiuUHt in Urn fpuyV HWi'U l'! W
15. A? BOWLES, St. Albawi,t
MwUi 17, lbOl. ,,1-tf !
Tho onhscriher Ijcrb ldnvie W.infonn tho citl
T.vlit of tM plqco and Ucllllty, lliat ho l thank
ful for flic palronngo they have 'given him, nnd
ulahcs Iho toutliiuaiicb ut tlio fsihc.
Ilo kcers on hand n large and complete assort
ment of .
consisting in part of rich Sofas, Tcto-a-Tetes,
rVmngeB; Unsy, Hock, and I'nrler Chalis, lln
ishod in oil ; cano and wood oeat Cliairsjjf
every varioty ; Centre, Card, Hide, and In
tension Tables; marble-top Chamber Sets
of black wu.nut, finished in oil; Hair,
llinkj and llxceliior Matrasses;
Fcatiiers, Wtat-Not., Hat Trees,
Ao., Ac., Ac.
.,!, A full assortment of ,
COMMON FURNITURE j
BEDSTEADS AND TUCKEIVS SI'ItlNa rtlED
Itottoms, Hureaus, Tables, Sinks, Ac.; Arch
top, Taney, and l'laln Mirror : Rosewood,'
Gilt, and Hlack Walnut Jtnuldlnga, of
ovqry -ariety of styles, for
CHILDREN'S CAltlUAQES, Ac
Keeps constantly on hand n largo and complete
COFFINS AMD CASKETS,
Consisting of Rosew
id. ISlaeV Walnut, Ilntter
nut, Tine, and Cloth.
ci end COFFINS, of
i v i r y description.
M. talie llnrinl Ca
ses furnished to or
der. NAME PLATES
engraved to older.
I feel confident in saying that my eperi
ence and facilities in this department, and style
and beauty of finish, aro nut equalled by any
concern in this vicinit ; and hope, by close at
tention to the business, to merit and rcceivo a
liberal share of patronage.
mr The public aro respectfully invited to call
and examine my stock before purchasing elcc-
All orders loft at my XYare-ltonms in tho DAE
ROW 11LOCK, will bo promptly attouded to at
the shortest notice.
Ornamental Fainting of OTorydocriptiomloiio
St. Albans, Vt., March 18, lbM. 1-tf.
FOR SALE AT THE POST-OFFICE.
Ml kinds constantly on hand. The following
cominissioii, payable m Stamps, will bo allowed:
On nurchases of fCO 00 or more, 2 per cont.
On purchabcs of jl(K) 00 or more, a
i 1HT cent,
St. Albans, April 1..JSM.
'1 Doors A'ortli of (lie Aiiici-Icnii Unlike,
ST. AL11ANS, XT.,
Keeps constantly on hand
TIN AX1) COPTER WARES, &C.
FIRST OZiASS STOVBS
WE ILUTJ THE
King and Prince,
ilc., Ac. ile.
OLD TUMPS, LEAH Tll'li, nilARS, COPPEIt,
and TIN XVAItliS,
Ilepaircol at short notice, and prices mado satis.
To thoso having GOAIi or WOOD
r XJnNikOES, wo would say that wp have
cngaged tho Horaces of ono of tho most export
onced workmen In this Htato,
Furnacoa set, Pipes put up and pid Fiirfiacea
cieancu aim maue to oporiito as well as new.
Iron, Lead, ox Jne Pipes, laid and warranted.
QA8H iavl for n.ooi) Uuirr ,Sklii
pn, xra MUU4, ir c nyn cut
" ! ' MeCOW
Ult..i1 fr.... f,.itn Afitk ftrih'iTW
March 17, 1SCI.
XX'o havoJtistJfoceH'iWl frofn fflnf kl a fresh sup
ply of Ery Ocjods, coiisLiflng In pattaf
FANCY DRESS GOODS
Do Rages, XVool I)e IaIiips,
Mtmrniilj Dregs Oowln, twtlt fig
tired and plain Alpaeens, Ginghams,
Lawns, Chainbrays, l'rlnts, ShceUngs, Shirt
ings, Stripes, Dcidms, Ticks, Ao., Ac, Ac.
Srra UmbreJI.ii, Balmoral Sliirts, Hoop PkJrla,
Honnat lirbboiis, Trimminf ltibbous, Taffeta
and Satin IHbbvne, Uaok and fancy Vel
vet Ribbons, a choice lot of
JSludk AMI linnet Sllku,
dlOros and Hosiery,
Coat, Vost, and Pant Trimmings,
UmbrollM, Ac, Ac.
ALSO, hare received a full supply of
Such as Rrnwn, Coffee, Crushed and Ciranulatid
Sugars; Ten, Coffee, Tobacco fine cut,
ping, and smoking ; Riee, Rpic,
Uinger, I'eppcr, t,'inves, Nut
megs, Starch, Snleratus,
Mastord, and a sn
perlor quality of
llrooms, Mutches, Ac., Ac.
All of the articles above eimnicrated are offered
for salo at tho lowest cash price.
Please call at our NEW LOCATION, at ihe
Store formerly occupied by ti. A Y". Gad
St. Albans, March 23, 1801. 3-ly
AOKKAT CHAXCK Ilt'Y VI1.1.AOK
LOTS. The snbscriber having laid nut the
premises upon wlliph ho now recules, situated
upon Main Street icr the i cmctc ry hito villapo
lots, takes great pleasure in iiifui mmg tlHise who
may desire to pnrebjiae homes in the pritspcroiiH
X'iliage of St. AlbauH, that he hn for sale upon
reasonable terras, 22 llepirnhle X'illugu J.ut,
3 of which are situated upon Main Strci t abunt
ono lourtli oi a muo lnnu tne Am. rirnii iinnse.
and the residue upon street leddim; frmn Main
Street to the railroad, called Viiimi mid Mechau
ie Streets. Neat and eomt'ortalile Iihum can In
icated upon tlie lots at a out nut fxcenlmi'
70O each. One of the lots of three m r. s. with
raildincs and a valuable vounc urehnrd of 250
Uees of ehoiee fruit mostly in bearine. Price of
the other 21 lots from 75 to 3jt). The road eir
Uninn Street will bo opened witldn Ms months
and feaevd ou tho mad side with the best fenc
ing the XVhite or Hedge XVillow. I am reeeiv
ink orders for all kinds of Frnit- Trves, and tho
XXliite Willow Hedge, as Agent.
For further information, enquire of
. II. S. UOXX'EltS.
8t. Albans, March 17, lfl. uivr
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BAMUEL llOXX'LES V CO.,
Publishers, Hpringileld, Mass
3,000 Cavalry Horses,
1 or wlilcli fair prieos will be paid on delivery. Raid
Horses to be sound lu all particulars, not lesa that
ilvo (5) nor nmre than nine (t)) ytaraold, from Hi
to 1U hands high, full llosluulT comimctlv built.
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purposes. Tho undersigned aro prepared t'o
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at bt. Albans. Horses will be received at tlio
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Monday, March 28th. Parties wishing to coi(-
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xt , , H'A'WJIHN I OOODELL.
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