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I'norAOXTiN'o by Crrrisas. -Propn-gating
by cuttings is not nearly so well
understood by peoplo generally as it
should bo. "Wo may say by gardeners
generally. Nearly all soft wood will
grow from cuttings, in tho hands of a
careful person. It is a common way
to multiply grapes, currants, goose
berries, etc.; but few persons unac
quainted with horticulture will attempt
tho samo thing with tho raspberry and
mulberry, with which, following tho
name method, thoy would bo nearly if
not quite as successful. So with flow
ering shrubs, which in propagating arc
usually "laid down," there is not tho
least difficulty, though with sonio tho
success is not so uniform as with othcre.
All thu arbor vines am bo propagated
by inserting thobranchingof last year's
wood four or fivo inches, without re
moving tho leaves. Prepare tho bed,
dig deeply, pulverize the soil well, and
put it 111 good order. To bo sure of
the cutting growing, it should bo in
serted fivo or six inches in depth, and
placed from four to six inches apart,
tho earth being pressed firmly around
them. They should be mulched, and
watered moderately in warm weather
when tho ground is dry. lhey can bo
either potted in tho fall, or lot remain
over winter, slightly protected with a
little straw or long manure.
Amateurs should plant grape-cutting
with two eyes, tho upper eye be
ing placed oven with tho ground.
The Coiin Gnuii. Tho corn crop has
Bovoral formidablo enemies to contend
with, and among them is tho grub,
whicli sometimes literally destroys
whole fields, or damages tho crop seri
ously. One of the best and most con
venient remedies perhaps tho very
best ever suggested is the application
of salt as soon as tho plant malccs its
nppearanco abovo ground, prepared
nnd used in this way : Talco 0110 part
common salt and three parts plaster
or gypsum, and apply about a table
spoonful around each hill. It will bo
found to bo 11 suro protection. Tho
mixture should not como in contact
with the young plants, as it may de
stroy them. This method has been
tried over and over again bysomo of tho
best farmers of Pennsylvania, Dela
ware, and Now Jersey, and when wo
properly applied, has never failed to
bo perfectly successful. Vo hope our
farmers, who havo reason to fear tho
depredations of tho grub, tho present
season, will try this mixture, leaving a
few alternato rows of corn without tho
Bait, and communicato to us tho re
Cadlifloweh. It is not too lato still
to commence the raising of tho fall and
winter varieties of this most delicate
and delicious of tho cabbage family.
Start tho Bccd in a warm rich border,
and transplant into moist and rich soil ;
mulch and water, if dry, and hoo fre
quently, but do not hill much. Sep
tember and-Octobcr shall bring tho ro-sults.
"Wo assuro our correspondent that
the notion that oats will fnn
tho stomach of shcop, and then cattso
their death, is mirnlv nlm nnrifinl
32ilhcr of tho feeds is good enough, ami
punueuy saic, ion uiulor proper cir
cumstances and in tn-oncr a111111tit.it.
A largo majority of tho ilock masters
of tho Eastern States prefer oats to
corn for store sheep, particularly for
tegs (lambs between woaning and
shearing). They certainly havo tho
advance of the argument on all theo
retical grounds. Thut this or that
ilock chanced to do well or ill when
fed one or tho other feed, and espec
ially when there was no equality in
other circumstances, comes no nearer
to establishing a rulo than docs ono
drop of water to filling a buckot.
The Milk-Pail Sickness, This dis
caso is very prevalent among calves
at this season of tho year. Once fast
hold of tho calf, it never fully recovers
from tho effects of tho disease. Its
symptoms, ore, uneasiness, continual
blaring, dullness of tho eyes, emacia
tion. "Cause of disease, high price of
uuuer, ami mo consequent interference
of tho milk-pail, with tho proper and
natural food of tho animal. Curo: As
much now milk direct from tho cow as
the calf will suck night and morning,
with a half pint of corn or barley
meal made into porridge at noon.
Lhis will eilcct a partial curo. Put as
before suggested, they never fully re
cover irom tins disease.
rsow, "an ounce of preventive, is
worth a pound of euro is an old saw,
as true as it is old. If you want good
calves, cows and oxon, let nature have
its course, and tho calves havo their
milk until their bono and muscle is
properly developed; and when wean
ing them, bo suro to tnvo them an
amount of food equal to that yonjilch
from them. And then, when tho calves
aro weaned, sell tho poor ones to tho
butcher and keep tho selected ones
for your own herd. Tho reverso of
this practice gives us small and poor
cows and oxen.
grand principle of tho truth of the
earth. Tho spirit of the hills is action ;
that of tho lowlands, roposo; and be
tween thorn thoro is to bo found overy
variety of motion and of rest; from
the mactivo plain, slccpmcr liko a lir-
mancnt, with cities for stars, to tho
liery peaks, which, with heaving bo
soms and exulting limbs, with the
clouds drifting liko hair from their
bright foreheads, lift up Titan hands
10 noavcii, saying, "I Iivo forever.
Boots. Corn and potatoes nro
now all in, or should be. Now fill up
nil tho vacant acres and rods and feet
with root crops Juno is tho month for
sowing rutabagas, and July for ordi
nary round turnips. Tho latter can
bo put in after tho first crop of grass is
taken off, or follow tho peas and the
early potatoes. Bono dust raked or
harrowed in is a capital manuro for
roots. Till up ovory open spaco with
them thoy will all bo wanted and
bring a big price next fall.
Depth to Set Fruit Titers. Four
inches below the surfaco is fully deep
enough to sot tho upper roots of fruit
trees. If you fill in around growing
trees to tho depth of six inches, thoy
will probably rccoivo a severe check,
as this will bring tho roots too far
from tho surface, warmth and air.
AMOUNT OF J5UTTKR AND UilKLSr. IS
Milk. According to tho reports of
several of tho associated cheese dai
ries, an averimo of ten to fourteen
pounds of milk is required to a pound
of cheese. Ono pound of buttor re
quires on an average about fifteen
quarts of milk. This would givo from
tho samo amount of milk about three
pounds of cheeso to tno of butter. A
dairvman in "Western New York, aftor
repeated trials of making cheeso and
butter from tho samo quantity and
quality of milk, has found tho abovo
proportion to bo pretty uniformly
maintained. Occasionally tho cheeso
slightly exceeds the given rate. At
present prices cheeso would givo tho
best profit. American Agriculturist.
Signs or a Good Ox. A prominent
stock-breeder gives tho following as
his rulo for juduiuc the points of an
ox: "You should stand beforo him and
bo suro ho has a fine hazel oyo, largo
nostrils, long from tho oyo to tho nos
tril, broad at and above the eye, rather
slim horns, toes straight out beforo
him, straight in tho knees, bosom full,
back straight, and ribs round and wido
at his hips. If you find iheso points,
you need not nsk of what breed he is,
but if you want 0110 buy him. A lit
tle black-oycd ox is not to bo deponded
on, as ho will kick and bo ugly, whilo
a short headed ox will start from tho
whip, but ho will soon forget it."
UsEruL Recu'ES. Whitewash that will
not rub oF. "Mix nil lmlf 11 willful nf
limo and water, take hulf a pint of Hour
and mnko a starch of it, and pour it
into tho whitwash whilo hot Stir it
well and it is ready for use.
Tv Preserve Fruit. Pick off tho
stems and put tho fruit into bottles;
till them quito to tho top. Put tho
cork on loosely, and set them upright
111 a pan of water; place tins on tho lire
till it nearly boils; let it stand after
wards for a quarter of an hour. Pour
boiling water into each bottle, leaving
an inch unhlled; cork tight, and allow
them to cool. Pack them away with
tho bottles placed horizontally, to keep
tho corks moist. Fruit that is not
quito ripo preserves best.
10 Warn flannels. lowaslulannels,
and woven under-clothing, merino or
wool, tho important point is to wash
them in warm water, rather above luko
warm, in which tho soap has been
boiled or dissolved, and not to rub the
soap upon tho woolon. Rinse them
thoroughly in water rather hotter than
that in which they havo been washed;
this removes tho soap from tho mate
rial instead of allowing it to remain
and got hard, as it does if the last wa
tor is not decidedly hotter than the
first. This plan will also bo found to
succeed perfectly with ilcccy or Berlin
wool; but then I generally wring tho
dillercnt articles or skeins by twisting
them up in a linen cloth, so as to avoid
straining tho wool, and do not dry
them too quickly. But the important
point is certainly getting them thor
oughlyfrco from tho soap, which would
otherwise thickon and stiffen in tho
fino pores of tho wool.
10 make cliean Writinn Ink. Boil
handliu ot maple, black walnut or
chestnut bark in a gallon of water
When it is boiled down to a half gal
lon or quart, throw in a tablespoonful
of copperas. Then boil till it arrives
at a pronor thickness for use. which
can bo known by trying it with pen
To Soften Hard Water. A few ounces
of soda will soften a hogshead of tho
hardest water. It is greatly superior
to pot or pearl ash, giving a dolicato
whiteness to tho linen, without tho
slightest injury, and it never, unless
excess is used, in tho least affects the
UIlNITUltKl CltOCICKKYI AC, AC.
No. 1 D arrow Block.
ST. ALBANS, VT.
The most extensive and best assorted stock of
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY
to bo found in Northern Vermont, with a gen
eral assortment of House Furnishing Goods, may
bo seen at all timcg by calling at the abovo favorito
Store, consisting of tho bent styles and quality of
CROCKERY AND GLASS WAKE,
CUTIjEUY AND HATED WAItE,
WINDOW SHADES AND FIXTURES,
CORD, TASSELS, COItNlCES, Ac.
A largo assortment of MOULDINGS for
Picture F i 11 m. c h ,
and Frames mado to order at tho shortest notice.
MIRRORS IN CHEAT YAItlETV.
Consisting of Parlor Suits of black walnut, in
lasting and hair cloth ; SofaB, Lounges, Easv
unairs. What Nuts, Hat Trees ; Centre, Card.
Oval, Sido, Marblo Top, Extension, and Toilet
Tables, with a largo assortment of common Fur
nitnro, of tho best allies, and a tuperior quality
Elegantly Ornamented Chamber Suits.
With and without Marble.
Gold Band, Gold Scroll, Birds Fruit, Flowers,
Ac, Ac, on hand and painted to order,
with any desired pattern.
BLACK WALNUT, OAK, AND CHESTNUT
finished in oil, and any number of pieces de
sired, with or without Marblo Tops.
A full stock of cano and wood-seat Chairs, war
ranted of tupaior durability from tho best manu
j. r.V JR, ASSES:
Hair, Husk, Palm, Excelsior, Ac; also Feathers.
Tho subscriber begs leave to Inform the citi
zens of tide place and vicinity, that he Is thank
ful for tho patronage they havo given him, and
wishes tho continuance of tho samo.
Ho keeps on hand a largo and complete assort
consisting In part of rich Sofas, Tctc-a-Tctcs,
Lounges J Easy, Itock, and Parlor Chairs, fin
ished in oil ; cano and wood scat Chairs of
every variety ; Ccntro, Card, Sido, and Ex
tension Tables; marble-top Chamber Sets
of black walnut, finished in oil j Hair,
Husk, and Excelsior Matrasses;
Feathers, What-Nols, Hat Trees,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
A full assortment of
1IEDSTEADS AND TUCKER'S SPRING BED
Bottoms, Bureaus, Tables, Sinks, Ac.J Arch
top, Fancy, and Plain Mirrors ; Rosewood,
Gilt, and Black Walnut Mouldings, of
every variety of styles, for
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, Ac.
OLD CANE-SEAT CHAIRS, of all kinds, new
ly seated and backed at reasonable pria s.
Of all kinds, constantly on hand and for sale.
PLATES ENGRAVED TO ORDER.
Sign and Ornamental Painting,
Neatly and promptly exocutod.
All tho above named Goods will bo sold at the
lowest living prices; any changes in which,
will bo based on manufacturer's lifts, and not
depend on whether our neighbors mav, or may
not, have, for tho time being, a stock of tho
samo Goods. '
Tho Woodstock Standard pub
lishes tho following as a curo for
sheep diseased with grub in tho head,
which discaso is prevaling among tho
Bheep folds not only in this vicinity but
in various parts of tho State: Tnko
yellow snufl in the proportion of ono
tnblo spoonful to a teacup full of wa
ter, ana steep till a good strong liquor
is produced. Inject a table spoonful
of this liquor into tho noso of tho shcop
onco a day as long as necessary.
Goon Wool. Tho editor of tho
Maine Fanner discourseth thus about
what constitutas good wool :
Tho first rcquisito for good wool is
fineness, which is governed by and
produced under tho laws of stock-raising,
as tho breed or variety, climato,
tho summer and winter food of tho
fiheep and their management.
Tho . second requihito is softness.
This depends on tho character of tho
yolk or oily secrotion which fills tho
tube of tho hair or fibre. This yolk
crystalizcs in the fibre aftor shearing,
and renders it brittle nnd harsh, or
soft and silky, according as its charac
ter is formed by thoso matters which
govern its growth.
Tho last rcquisito is tho length of
tho wool or of the fibres composing it,
and this'is governed by climato chan
ges nnd tho condition of tho animal.
Cop-n vs. Oats ion Feed. Mr. 0. L.
Ames, of Clydo, Ohio, writes that in
this ley ion corn is considered
tho best grain for sheep, whilo oats aro
regardecl as unsafo, especially for
Ininlxi, (tec's). Ho says a friend who
started from Clydo for Wisconsin lost
nil but 200 of 'them tho first winter
thoy woro fed plentifully with prairio
hay and oats, that tho owner reports
that upon examination ho found tho
oats formed into a solid muss in their
stomachs, thus causing death. Mr
Amea, two years ago, fed GOO ewes nnd
wAthera on standinc corn, leaving
them a feed of good hay toward night
They thus consumed about two bush
els of shelled corn per head. They
were fat in tho spring, yielded heavy
fleeces, and raised larger ntf stronger
Jamba than usual.
The Camphor Storm-Glass. Deal
ers in philosophical and optical instru
ments sell simple storm-glasses which
nro used for tho purposo of indicating
approaching storms. Ono of these
consists of a glass tubo, about ten
inches in length and three-fourths of
an inch in diameter, filled with a liq
uid containing camphor, and having
its mouth covered with a piece of blad
der perforated with a needle. A tall
phial will answer the purposo nearly
as well as the ten inch tubo. Tho
composition placed within tho tubo
consists of two drachms of camphor,
half a drachm of puro saltpetre, and
half a drachm of the muriate of am
monia, pulverized nnd mixed with
about two ounces of proved spirits.
Tho tubo is usually suspended by a
thread near a window, and functions
of its contents aro as follows : If tho
atmosphero is dry and tho weather
promises to bo settled, tho solid parts
of tho camphor in tho liquid contained
111 the tubo will roniam at tno bottom,
and tho liquid abovo will bo quito
clear ; but on tho approach of n
chango to rnin, tho solid matter will
gradually riso, and small crystalline
stars will float about in tho liquid.
On tho approach of high winds, tho
tolid parts of tho camphor will ribo in
tho form of loaves and nppcar near
tho surfaco in n state rosombliug
fomentation. Thoso indications nro
sometimes manifested twenty-four
hours beforo a storm breaks out. Af
tor somo oxporionco in observing tho
motions of tho camphor matter in tho
tube, tho magnitude of a coming storm
may bo phtimatod j also its direction,
inasmuch as tho particles lio closor to
gether on that sido of tho tubo that is
opposite to that from which tho conv
ing storm will approach. Tho cnuso
of some of these indications is ns yet
unknown ; but the loading principlo
is tho solubility of camphor in nlcohol,
and its insolubility in water, combined
with tho fact that tho dryer tho ntmos-
phoro tho more aqueous vapor docs it
: 1 .1 0...
laiio up, UllU uitB u;eu. wmiuiiiv
Two lloaura instead of Onk. An
amusing incident is related of a woman
in England whoso husband, a very
wealthy man, died suddenly without
any will. Tho widow, desirous of so
curing tho whole property, concealed
her husband's death and persuaded a
poor shoemaker to tako his placo while
a will could bo made. Accordingly he
was closely mullleu in bed as 11 very
sick, and n lawyer was employed to
write tho will. Tho shoemaker in a
feeblo voice bequeathed half of all tho
property to tho widow. "What shall
bo done with tho remainder V" asked
tho lawyer. "I bequeath to tho poor
littlo shoemaker across tho street, who
lias always been a good neighbor and
n deserving man ;" thus securing a
rich bequest to himself 1 Tho widow
was thunderstruck with the man's au
dacious cunning, but did not dare ex
pose tho fraud ; and so two rogues
shared tho estate.
Tea 33 bands and Tiinn Meaning.
Tho following will intorst housekeep
ers : "Hyson" means "before tho
rains" or "flourishing spring," thnt is
early in tho spring ; henco it is often
called "Young Hyson." "Hyson skin"
is composed of tho refuse of other
kinds, tho nativo for which is "tea
skins." Ttcfuso of still coarser de
scriptions, containing many stems, is
called "tea bones." "Bohea" is tho
naino of tho hills in tho region whero
it is collected. "Pckoo" or "Pccco,"
means "white hairs," tho down of ten
dor leaves. "Powchong," "folded
plant." "Souchong," "small plant"
"Twankay" is tho name of a small riv
er in the region whero it is bought
'Congo" is from a term signifying "la
bor," from tho caro required 111 its
Whon a thing does not suit you,
think of somo pleasent quality in it.
Thoro is nothing so bad as it might
bo. Whonovor you catch yourself in
a fault-finding remark, say wnno ap
proving ono tho snmo broath and you
will soon bo cured.
ENTRANCE TO THE FURNITURE WARE
Tliruii;H tlic CrorUcry Store,
NOT UP STAIRS.
St. Albans, March 18, 1881. 1-tf.
Keeps constantly on hand a largo and complete
COFFINS AND GASKETS,
Consisting of Rosewood, Black Walnut, Butter
nut, Pino, and Cloth-
covered COFFINS, of
Metalic Burial Ca
ses furnished to or
S ' engraved to order.
I feel confident in saying that my experi
ence and facilities in this department, and stylo
and beauty of finish, are not ecpiallcd by a
concern in this vicinity ; and hope, by close at
tention to the business, to merit and rcceivo a
liberal share of patronage.
STB" Tho public aro respectfully invited to call
and examine my stock beforo purchasing else
All orders left at my Ware-Room? In tho DAR-
ROW BLOCK, will bo promptly attended to at
the shortest notice.
Ornamental Painting of every description done
St. Albans, Vt., March 18, 1SG4. 1-tf.
IX.SUltANfI5.Tho undersigned will take
risks for cither of tho following first class
HOME INSUKAXCE COMPANY
OF NEW HAVEN ;
Capital Stock, 8200,000.
Threo-fourths of thehirofits divided among Policy
IIAMPDEX INSURANCE COMPANY,
Cnpimi eiooic, saoo.ooo.
FOR SALd! AT THE POST-OFFICE.
AllkimU constantly on hand. The following
commission, payable In Stamps, will be alloncd:
On purchases of ICO CC a-wnore, 2 lcr cent.
On purchases of f 100 00 or more, :l per cent,
Capital Stoolc, SS200,000
CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW HAVEN, CONN.;
CAPJTAX. STOCK, $300,000.
Each of tho abovo amounts of Stock is paid In.
M. BUCK, Agent.
Ofiico over Weeks' store, St. Albans, Vt.
April C, 1831. 4-ly
A1.1IANS MUSIC STOllli,
ST. ALBANS. VT..
Whero ovcrv varioty of Musical Instruments can
bo found. I'lniiiin from fivo different manufac
tories, viz.: Stoinway's, Chickering A Son, tho
United Piano Fortos ; J. P. Halo la Co., Wood
ward A Brown.
?lrluilcom from thrco manufactories, viz.:
Mason and Hamlin of Boston. Prescott & Broth
ers of Concord, N. H., J. Esley's, Brattloboro',
Small Instruments of every kind,
slirvi MikIu umlMutlc liuulcs, Card Photo
graphs and Pictures, at the lowest prices.
from five different manufactories. SINGEU'S
is tho host inachino manufactured; fully war
ranted in ovory respect; lock stitch, alike on
All orders by mail, cither for Musical Instru
ments, Music Books or Sheet Music, or Bowing
Machinos, will moot with prompt attention,
AddrosB, C. H. 8. PIERCE,
I -Cm St. Albans, VI.
Mountains. Mountains nro to tho
rest of tho body of tho earth, what vi
olent muscular action is to tho body of
man. Tho muscles and tendons of
anatomy are, in tho mountain, brought
out with horco ana convuisivo enorgy,
full of expression, passion anil strength
Tho plains and lower hills aro the ro
noso and effortless motion of tho
framo. when tho muscles lio dormant
and concealed beneath tho lino of
beauty, yot ruling thoso lines in their
undulation. This, then, is tho first
11U.VVY STOCIC Ol'
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items of financial intelligence, will lo regularly
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Journal. In varioty and fullness of information
on current topics, and In the extent oi rs cor
respondence, it will endeavor to gio satisfaction
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commend it to all classes of readers. With the
advantage of now typo, and diligent attention
to its mechanical noatness and accuracy, Tlic
TnAMScniPT will aim tomorit, amUiopeto tocure,
a reasonable mcasuro of popular favor,
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entertaining Family Paper, and a carefully diges
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.V . i .1 - I t. , - i 1 1 1 - 1
We call sueeial attention to a now Oil for rjaint
ing, cheaper than Linseed Oil, and which works
enuallv well. Also, to Dutchor's Pure White
ijt-aii, a iiiorungiuy icsieu ami iiigniy approved
article. Paints of overy shado anil quality ;
Varnish, Japan, Benzine, Paint-Brushes, Ac., Ac.
lu-tr i" I, uuiuniiu iv son.
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES
HATS AND BONNETS
A FINE ASSORTMENT, at
St. Albans, April 4, 1S0I.
I Dnora North of tlir Amcrlcnn IIouic,
ST. ALBANS, VT.,
Keeps constantly on hand
M A. !R "V 1 jST 5 S !
We havo Just received from market a fresh sup
ply of Dry Goods, coniistlng In part of
FANCY DRESS GOODS
Do Bagcs, Wool Do Laincs,
Mourning Dress Goods, both fig
ured and plain Alpaccas, Ginghams,
Lawns, Chambravs, Prints, Sheetings, Shirt
ings, Btripes, Denims, Ticks, Ac, Ac, Ac.
milK. TIIAXHCHIPT OFI'ICI: I. t,
X over the Stow of Messrs. HuUr Zm
Block, whero w' "'"gUiii
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
OF AI.Ij KINDS,
Is executed with promptness, In the ntnu(tni
ner, uu on reasonable terms.
Sun Umbrellas, Balmoral Skirts, Hoop Skirts,
Bonnet nibbons, Trimming Hibbons, Taffeta
aud Satin Hibbons, black and fancy Vel
vet Ittbbon, a choice lot of
Black and Bonnet Silks,
Gloves and Hosiery,
Coat, Vest, and Pant Trimmings,
Umbrellas, Ac, Ac.
ALSO, havo reccired a full supply of
Such as Brown, Coffeo, Crushod and Granulated
Sugars; Tea, CofToo, Tobacco fine cut,
plug, and smoking; Bice, Spice,
Ginger, Popper, Cloves, Nut
megs, Starch, Salcratus,
Mustard, and a su
perior quality of
Brooms, Matches, Ac, Ac.
I havo added
am prepared to-print
to my former facllitl,, pB
IVE FONTS OF
LABELS, and neat work of all kind.
Address, HENHY A. CUTLEIl
TnAxscmrr OrncB, St. Albans, Vermont.
Brspectfully announce that
The North .Vhemcax Review
which has for tho last ten years bccnsoablreon
ducted by Dr. l'cabody.passesnowintotliotdS'
rial charge of
ritor. james lirssF.M, Lowell, and
ClIA' lLIOT NonTOX. Ehi..
gentlcmen ho, for sound and elegant icholir
ship, havo achieved an enviable reputation 'belli
In fills country and in Europe; and whoc tui,
education, and experience eminently Qiialifv
for the position they havo assumed. 3
Of the former, it may bo Haid that lu'i ,
in tho periodical which, under his KlifoMlm
reached tlio summit or its fame, nrptstd fi
vigor and force thoso of any contributor
Of tho latter, that ho has "added ntn hon,.
to tho name he bears by the extent and vimtr
of his knowledge, and by the force and tlmtid
itiiitu lit; uuo cAiuuuiu, Lamm nq wrilfr fcnd k
And of both, that their thorough loyalty t
tho liberal institutions of our country, and thu
sympathy with tho progressive element of tie
times, renders them peculiarly fitted to conduct
The IIeview, which hag by competent autlwritj
"The Leading Literary Organ of this f'ouafrj'
and of which it has been said that '
"11 has not its Equal in America, nor its iujn
in the UorW."
The Noiith Ameiucan Bf.view will miintia
in the hands of its new editors its estiblithti
reputation for independent criticism, nd lor
well considered opinions in politics and lit
All of tho articles abovo enumerated aro offered
for sale at the lowest cash prices.
Pleaso call at our NEW LOCATION, at the
Storo formerly occupied by S. A W. W. Gad
St. Albans, March 28, IBM. 3-ly
TIN AND COPrEIt WARES, Ac.
AGltUAT C1I.VNC1! TO 11UV VIMAOE
LOTS. Tho subscriber baring laid out tho
premif.es upon which he now resides, situated
upon Main Street near tho rrmetcry into village
lots, tnkes great pleasure in informing those who
may desire to purchase homes in the prosperous
Village of St. Albans, that he has for sale upon
reasonable terms, 22 Desirable Vlllnirc I.nia,
3 of which are situated upon Main Street about
one lourin oi a nine ircni the American House,
and the residue upon streets leading from Main
Street to the railroad, called Union and Mechan
ic Streets. Neat and comfortable houses can bo
located upon tho lots at a cost not exceeding
1700 each. One of the lots of three acres, with
buildings aud a valuable young orchard of 250
trees of choice fruit mostly in bearing. IVice of
tho other 21 lots from 75 to $.150. The road on
Union Street will be opened within six months
and fenced on the road side with the best fenc
intr tho White or Hedtro Willow. I am reeolv.
ing orders for all kinds of Fruit Trees, and the
White Willow Hedge, as Agent.
For further Information, enquire of
B. S. BOWEflS.
St. Albans, March 17, 16Ci. 1-iw
rnni3 i.i;aih. jouii.vai. ov xkw
SnrliiKncld, .Mass., Republican.
A Fiiist Class Family Newspai'eu, o.v a Laiioe
Qoaiito Sheet ov Eioht Paoes asd Foutv-
The only Journal that gives all tho New
England Local Hews.
Its leading characteristics aro great compre
hensiveness and compactness of News; fullness
and variety of Editorial Discussions on political,
moral, religious and literary subjects; and largo
spaco devoted to Choico Ijtcraturo. In each
and all of these respects, it challenges compari
son with any journal in America.
Among tho prominent features of its pages,
overy week, are: An editorial ltoviow and Sum
mary of the news; details or tho important
Events of tho Week; the Local News ot all the
Now Englaud States, carefiillv collected and ar
ranged by States, an original department, to
bo found in no other journal; Lotters from
special correspondents at Boston, Washington
HEADACHE AND CATARRH SNUFF.
This Snuff has thoroughly tinned itself to be
the host article ever known for curing the Cu
tutili, Culil In tho JItuil, and llnuluchc.
It has been found an excellent remedy in many
oases of Uoia Kc. Drufnrn has been re
mocd by it, and Ilcurlng has ofton been groat
ly improved by ita use. It opens and purges out
ail obstructions, strengthen tho Glands, and
gives a healthy action to the parts affected. It
is recommended by many of tho best physicians
and is used with great success and satUf action
jioro man mirty years cxpunenco cas proved
its-great value ; and at this moment it stands
ghor thau oyer before,
tkld by all DrucijisU 7-ly
FIRST CZ.ASS STOVES
WE HAVE THE
King ami Prince,
Ac, tic. Ac.
OLD TUMPS, LEAD TIPE, BIIASS, COPPEIt,
and TIN WAEES,
Bcpalred at short notice, and prices made satis-factory.
To those baring OOAIi or WOOD
FURNACES, wo would say that we havo
engaged tho sen ices of ono of tho most experi
enced workmen in this State
Furnaces set, Tipes put up and Old Furnaces
cleaned ana made to oporato as well as new.
Iron, Lead, or Zinc Tipcs, laid and warrantod,
CASH paid for 5,000 Dnlry Skint Fates
on, wen Miiou, ireo irom cuts, and dry.
March 17,1801. lltGAN BUOTHEBS.
Sloncy and Business review and Summary, with
the latest market quotations of New York, Alba
ny. Boston, Hartford and Springfield; Hcligious
mieiuguucu; Agricultural Arucios. uy a practical
farmer; Stories, original and selected, choice
and fresh: Literary Miscellanies; a Column for
tho Children; Poetry: and Births. Marriages
Tur. BEr-rtBucw has a corn of eight editors,
including Dr. J. G. Holland, ("Timothy Tit-
Weekly (on a double-bheet) at U. Ten copies of
tho latter for $30. Specimen copies w ill bo sent
ino circulation of tho Daily ItEruw.icAM is
inftOO fm.l...j .1. V... ...... lit frm. ... I ... i .
-vt " ,uv n,-.t.iv,.i, j,uiaj; which is
greater than that of any other interior journal
in tho country, and onlv oxeollod by but few of
tho city papers. Both' in tho nuinbor and high
character of its subscribers, it presents especial
inducements for U kinds nf general advertising.
KAMl'EI. BOWLES A CO.,
I'uuiisncrs, opringnciu, .Mass.
iuuiu. ;auuaifiuui Jugii iiicrary
eeiuy tuition la printed and mniled
for i2 a year; ten conies fl5; alwavs ir
It is aloo issued Dailv at 7 n wr
"y"A.VriSU 1.1I3IKlA'iUl,V, "
3,000 Cavalry Horses,
Forwhichfnirpricos will bo paid on delivery. Said
Horses to be sound in all particulars, not less that
five i (01 nor more than nine (U) years old, from 1 11
!. IP ha,"dH ful1 fleshed, compactly builti
bridle wise, and of size sufficient for Cavalry
purposes. The undersigned aro propared to
c?'c.facjAv"h l'1"01 for Horses to Lo delivered
at bt. Albans, Horses will be received at the
abovo named placo and inspected on and after
Monday, March 28th. Parties wishing to con.
iraci lor uio do hvery of Horses, can at all times
ters In "Itialto" Building. State street, Mont
pcher, Vt. DHADLEY BAIII.O
March 10,180.. tflMB
rjUI5 1'I.ACIS TO I1UY
Is WBAD & DUHENS.
Et. Albana, March 17, IBM, Wra,
In disctiHsinir nolitical and social nucntimuH.
pirit of The IIeview will be thoroughly num.
il and loyal. It will defend and illustrate thi
distinctive principle on which tho institutiocmf
Ameriea are founded.
In literature, it will avail itself of the bed m
terial of thought and scholarship which tin
country can supply.
In its criticism it will have no end to kvi
but those of sound learning and good moriln.
Bound by strong associations to tho pant z
sympathy with the present, hopeful for th- fa
ture, The Hi.view will do its part in tho mttii.
tual movement of the times.
The Nonm Ajiemcax Keview is pubbhi".
Quarterly, on the first days of January, Apru.
July, and October, in numbers of about tr
hundred pages each, containing matter equtltj
an ordinary octavo volume.
Teiims Five dollars a year, or one dollar nl
twenty-five cents per number.
,A now volume of The Review will con
mence with tho January number, and the pub
lishers trust that tho increased expenditure con
sequent upon tho changes proposed inthefuturj
conduct of the work, will bo met by a gemma
increase in the patronago of tho public.
CHOSBY t NICHOLS,
I'ubhsher.i, .17 Washington St., Boton.
STO.V DAILY A1IVK11T1SKH.
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uuil 'I'll ret.
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is printed every tnominc (Sumlaja excepted) up
on a sheet of the largest size, and contains l
NEWS OF THE DAY,
carefully prepared from ample and authentic mi
terials in every department. Its columnt ire
not only supplied with tho
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES,
but also contain a daily summary of the pnntipil
received by express, mail, or otherwise.
by experienced and trustworthy reporters.
foreign and domestic, by accomplished wntm.
and all other information of every variety, for
which the columns of a
FIRST CLASS NEWSPAPER
may bo consulted. Paiu aro taken to mile tit
paper as complete as posslblo in all the nnoti
has earned a reputation nowhero eurpaMed,fi
the fidelity, completeness and accuracy r.u
which it is made up. Tho
gives a correct exposition of the state of the vi
rious markets ; and all other matters of
are supplied in a trustworthy shape: it t"5!
tho aim of the proprietors to make the BWi
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In its editorial conduct the Boston Paflvit
vertiscr is fearless and independent, andtbeeot
ductors of tho paper are free from any contr23
whatever in tho expression of their true oW
"aLL SUBJECT'S OF public discussiox.
The editors givo an independent support to tin
Government, the Administration, and the 1
publican party, and will use their whole iniw
to maintain the
INTEGRITY OF THE UNION,
and to support tho lawful government of
United States in
CRUSHING THE REBELLION.
In tho accessories of the literary part d&
papor.it is tho aim of the proprietors to nino'10
tho highest attainable standard of eiccu'
LITERARY NOTICES, DRAMATIC, JlfSICAL,
AND ART CRITICISES,
are prepared with care and impartiality
Thcro arc many matters belonging WVJ.,
tho domain of news and partly to that of na
ture, which must enter mto a daily ni 'Wi.'
for theso it is not so much cither te2S?JZ.
expenbe that is neoeuarv on tlu purl
ductore or the journal, as a jiosition Dlcf.v:j
respect and inllucnco in the coniwuMJ.
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to tell. In this respect wo think ourcl"PT
lied in saying that wo believe our f J'c' ',
unsurpassed; and if it were proper onug J
lustrato our assertion by a long citation oi '
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distinguished authors and i5ets
composition first saw the light in our (!?;
of tlie public enterprises that were hero W.i;
cussed, of the public benefits that have bere t;
first announced, ami so on. In addition to
COPldl'K FILES OF FOREIGN rAPEKs
and a largu corresiKindeiiee, afford inttin'''
completing thi part of the plan, by the iw
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lous care is exercised, to make tboBot'
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