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TI-J.JO "VISKMOISTT rrANSCEIPT.
To Make Good Uuttjjii in Winteii.-
Tho following is not put forth as nny
lliing now, but soino of your roiulors
may havo boon (lotprrcil from twin?
it, by supposing it to bo inofliciont or
too troublesome it is simply heating
tho milk. Tho best anil oasiost way
thati know of on a small scalo, is to
set tho pail of milk boforo straining
into rt pot of hot water, which should
bo in readiness on tho stovo and kept
thero until nufficienlly warmed; this
will provent danger from boating it too
much. It should not boil but como
very near it. then strainod and let
stand from ono to two days, according
to tho weather, beforo skimming. Tho
milk and cream should bo kept from
freezing. Tho butter is easily churned,
is of good color and consistence, and
perfectly sweet; tho 'heating process
removing to a great extent, tho taste
of turnips And noxious weeds, ' and it
will now bring 'from 10 to 15 cents por
pound moro than that mado in tho
ordinary way in tho winter. Jlural
of milk; tlid'oil, iri wluoh tho pilch is
dissolved, to bo ailded, n littlo at n time,
then tho rost of tho milk and af to
wards tho Spanish white. This is
Btifiiciout for twenty-soven yards, two
coats. This is for whito paint. If do-
sirablo, any other color may bo pro
duced; thus, if a cream color is desired
in placo of part of tho ypanish whito,
uso tho ochro alone. Working Parmer.
CORRECT CATTLE MARKET REPORTS.
Via jiAftsArnrsiSTTM pt.ovcuiman'
fiiriiMuV each weds an elaborate Deport
the Cnttlo Mrt.-kct, made by ft Spreinl llrporter,
lm mnlm (t ii. ' busim mh tn remain on tho
grounds during the entire day anil tnko accurate
notes of nil the sale'- Riving the name of the
mver and wilier, tog tf:r with trio weight, c si,
uls. Farmers pan rely 8 report being
moro correct than anv nthe. , - ., ,
ntr Now Is a good time ti" suuscrinc ior tins
standard Agricultural paper. . Terms f2&0por
yenr In advance. 1
llKOlKli; Mil I ,M, vuiilisner,
51 and 62 North Market --I've i, Doston.
Dwarf Apple Trees. Tho culture of
dwarf applo trees i. o., worked on I
tho paradiso stock is yet very limited
in our country, and it is only within a
few years that thoy havo attracted any
attention; but as thoy becomo better
known, and their real value appreciat
ed, thoy will wo aro suro bo considered
almost as indisponsablo as the pear.
Thoy aro less particular as to soil than
thopoar, grow quite as readily, occupy
but littlo nibro spaco than a currant
bush, and bear throe to six dozen of
largo ' anil beautiful fruit each. Be
sides this, thoy aro so completely with
in tho control of tho cultivator, that if
tho canker worm attacks tho trees,
thoy can easily bo destroyed by the
application of tho wlutlo oil soap.
Now that this pest is so destructive to
orchard trees, tho bush apples supply
their placo, and tlio samo ground, cov
erod with a dozen or two trees, will
prbduco nearly tho same quantity as ti
standard, and much larger and moro
beautiful fruit. Jhivy's Mayazine.
Ghams ok Live Titers. David Thom
as, tho lalo celebrated horticulturist,
&a, said tho grapo novor mildows
whon running over a living tree. Such
is tho fadt. An Isabella grapo-vino
has mildowed badly for sovoral yoars.
Two years ago I trained the vino over
a plum and also a pear troo that stood
near. Tho fruit on that part that runs
over the trees is all freo from mildow,
and truly lino, whilst on somo of the
lower branches tho fruit is worthloss
II. II., in Horticulturist.
Cuttino Peed. Tho London Omni
bus Company, by cutting their hay
and straw, and bruising their oatB by
machinery, effected a saving of fivo
cents in our money, por day, in tho
food of each horso, a small sum, as it
may annear, until tlio roaitor learns
that this company keeps COOO horses,
And thoroforo saves in this single itom
$300 per day, or in round numbers
nearly $110,000 por year!
NEW ENGLAND FARMER
Commence l .Tiiiiuui)' 1, 10.".
Ml tlia lacollont features of this Standard
Agricultural Paper, which havu umdo it bo pop
ular, will lio preserved, and such new ones ns
tlio times demand will Iks added.
Tho FADMEIl contains the DULLEST and DEST
mci'oitT or thu catti.k ji.yuicut.s,
And nil the sulMrcribers in New England will
receive thin Deport on tho samo wook in which
tho Market is held.
r.'o I'll nui r nn nlloiil to lio vv lllioul It.
Por One Year 00
Por One Year, if paid in adrnncu 2 50
For Sis Months " " 1
For Pour Mont lis" 100
Address nil orders and communications to
B. P. EATON & CO ,
Nm 31 MrrrlinntV How, Iloilon, 31ns v
Calves with Surar. It is well known
perhaps, to most of your agricultural
readers that lato calves, when thoy
como to tho barn in tho fall, will if
confined in yards, with tlio older ani
mals, frequently sicken and become
debilitated. Being weaker and small,
thoy aro usually shoved about, and do
prived of thoir duo sharo of food, and
in consequence, "fall away" rapidly.
Now I novor allow animals of this
discription to associato or bo confined
with larger ones, but put them with
my sheep, where thoro is no danger of
their doing or receiving any harm.
Sick calves, I havo obsorved, often pick
up and devour with avidity tho hay
and straw from among the shcop dung.
It is medicinal, and I. know of no arti
cle that has a moro immcdiato and sal
utary effect in restoring diseased calves
to health than sheep dung. I havo
practiced this usago for many years,
and havo novor lost an animal, though
I havo had many sick when thoy camo
tb tho barn. Germanlown Telegraph.
undersigned will tnl;e
thu fallowing Hint claim
risks for cither of
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW HAVEN ;
Capital Stock. 8200,000.
Thrcp.fourths of tin (profit- divided among Policy
HAMPDEN INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital Ht.x-U. ii0O,OOO.
riTTsi'in n. mass.
Capital Mtock, fcUiOO.OOO.
-yyOIICHSTKIl'S UOVAIi UUAllTO
THE PEST DICTIONA11Y EXTANT..
Chasoe 01 Seed. T. E. Willoughby,
of Oglo county, 111., writes tho Genesee
Farmer that ho obtained somo seed
corn last year from Joseph "Wright, of
Waterloo, N. Y., and "had a largo
crop." Mr. Wright souds to tho "West
for his seed corn, (Ohio Dent,) and we
Btipposo tho object in a "Western far
mer gotting his seed from him is that
after it has grown in this moro north
ern latitudo it will bo earlier.. Corn
ripens carlior as wo go North, and
when takou South has a tendency for
a year or two to ripen at tho uarao
time and is consequently carlior.
"With wheat tho caso is rovorsod.
Wheat ripens earlier as wo go South,
nnd for this reason it is desirablo to
got seed wheat from a moro Southern
Women in Pahaguay. Everybody
smokes in Paraguay, and nearly ovcry
femalo auovo thirteen ycara 01 ago
chows. Wo aro wrong. Thej do not
chew, nut but tho tobacco in their
mouths, keop it thero constantly ox-
copt when eating, and instead
chewing, roll it about with their
tongue and suck it. Only imagine
vourself about to saluto tho rich red
lips of a magnificont littlo Hebo, ar
rayed in satin and flashing with dia
monds. She puts you back with ono
delicato hand, while with tlio fair tape
fingers of tho other she draws forth
from her mouth a brownish-black roll
of tobacco, quito two inches long, lool
ing liko n monstrous grub, and do
nosilinc tho savory morsel on tno rim
of your sombrero, nuts up her face:
and is ready for your saluto. We linv
sometimes seen an ovcr-doiicato for
oignor turn with a shudder of loath
ing under such circumstances, and get
tho epithet of el savaeo (tho savage
applied to him by tho offended beauty
for this so'nsitivo squeamishness. How
ever, ono soon gots used to this in
ParaL'uay, whero you aro, perforco of
custom, obliged to kiss ovcry lady you
aro introduced to; and one-half you
moot are really tempting enough to
render you reckless of consequences.
You would sip tho dow of tho prof
fored lips in tho faco of a tobacco
battery, oven tho doublo-distilled
''honoy dew" of old Virginia.
A South Carolina Novelist Loses
i iis Lidiuky. A rebel paper says. :
Among those who havo suffered
sorely from Sherman's invasion of
South Carolina is William G. Simms,
Esq., tho well known novelist and
poet. In his hurried removal from
homo, near Midway, ho was compelled
to lcavo behind, a library of choice
books of much valuo, embracing up
wards of ten thousand volumes. Many
planters havo been utterly ruined.
Fortunately for Mr. Simms, ho has
tho advantago of carrying his wealth
in his brain, "whero no thieves can
break through and stoal." &c.
ClVy FIUE INSIH VXCE COMPANY,
OF NEW HAM'.N, CONN. ;
CA3?XV.flX STOCIC, $300,000.
Each of the ftt'ovo amounts of Stock is paid In.
jr. 11UOK, Agent.
Office over Wi. ' 'u'vc Bt- Alhans. Vt.
April 0, 1851.
HOUSE - KEEPERS !
rilHE RrniRClUItKU would respectfully inform
I thu inhabitants of St. Albans and vicinity
that he j! now openpyin? rooms over J. S. wec-Ks
store, where ho is pn pareu to no
ALL KINDS Or
SprinR Hodo, Cushions of all kinds, Hataooks,
PilloiVH, tiulsters, Ac.
IiOiuiftes may bo eo,vereilwHh Enamelled Cloth,
Damask, Itips, Hair Cloth, and Tapestry, to suit
Jluttroesos and stulVod Eurnitnro of overy des
cription repaired with neatnebs and dispatch.
All tlio above articles, with Excelsior and Up
holstery Trimmings, constantly on hand.
Header, briiiK in jour old bed-tick and havo a
nico Excelsior Jlaltrass made, which will only
cost you from M 25 to f 1 00 j whereas, a new
ono would cost 00 to $0 00. Tlioso in want of
any of tho above named articles cannot fail to bo
suited if they patronize this shop.
Ilrmembrv tlio Plncc I
Bradley's Upholstering Rooms,
Over Weeds' Store, . ST. ALBANS, VT.
St. Albans, Jan. 5, lb(!5.
To Whom il may Concern.
This is to certify that C. S. llradley, of this
placo. has tho past summer lipholsterod St.
Luke h Church, in St. Albans. Vt.. nnd finished
the Job to the entire satisfaction of tho Vestry
and tho Uplwliitering Committee, nnd thoy would
ciu'crjiuiy iiximmumu-jum as .u niacuviu up-
J. S. WEEKS,
Jun. Warden anil Upholstoriiig Gonimitteo
oI'Bt. Lulto's Church.
St. Albans, Oct. 10, 1801. -W-tf
DRUGS AND EOIOSNEB !
A VKHY FUI.T, AMI lllTSSII STOCK:
xjL just reel iveil at tho
NeAv Druo1 Store.
To Stheng-tiien Fuuit Titius. Fmit
nnd ornamental trees will sometimes
so form their crotches as to iplit down
undor a heavy load of fruit or in vio
lent wind. This evil can bo obviated
by inarching or cross-grafting. Take
a vigorous shoot, in spring and insort
ono end under tho baik of. tho main
'stem and tho othor undor that of tho
opposite branch. Tie tho branches
firmly together, to provent slipping
apart in windy weather. Or, instead
of taking a soperato coin, a growing
sprout may somotimes bo found near
tho placo needing to bo strengthened,
and by cutting off tho top it may bo in
serted under tho bark of tho onposito
limb. These braces may bo put in
ovcry few years, as tho trco needs
thoro. Such "Siamescd" treos are
'.quite interesting objects to look ut.
Mn. Ui:i:cm:n's Opinion of New
ioiik Um In tlio courso ol a ser
mon at Plymouth Church, Brooklyn,
on Sunday ovoning, Mr. Becchor said:
Look" at that disgraco to our com
munity, tho Common Council of Now
York, with tho Mayor thrown in bo
sido. Look at them and thoir un
blushing outrages, and then protend
to say that tho teachers of public
morals havo no task boforo them
Look at Now York with its million of
inhabitants, its light moaner than
that of any othor city of equal size, its
strcots reoKing witn liltu, us sowers a
protonco, and its judiciary a laugh
ing-stock. A nest of robbers, a don
of thieves, whoso oxamplo familiarizes
our cilizeus with pillugo and prosti
tutes tho morality of our youth; theso
aro to bo mot, to bo denounced and
oxposod, and changed for tho bettor.
Public men, should feel that tho peo
plo demand of thorn a prico for their
clovation; they should set boforo our
young men qxamplos oU integrity, of
honor, "of fuirnoss, and of deconcy.
I lair Oils
SuixTline H.iir ISrushes.
Combs, nnd Toilet article.! in gn at variety, mil
nolo lor the approaching noiiiiaya.
TIiIh massive volume contains ono thousand
elRht hundred and llfty-four pages. It is illus
trated by inoro than one thousand wood cuts;
live thnupand words are accurately syiionymizcdi
tho many tables of proper nniiies, pronounced,
aro very lull and accurate. Dr. Worcester's
Quarto Dictionary Is a standard aulhoritvnmonit
Minion aim literary men wherever tho Kiigush
lMicuntfo is spoken. Every family and overy
student of tho langungo should possess a copy,
ior il is a iiDrary in nseu. a low lesiinioninis
iVom IViixiAM Cui.t.nN DnvANT mid Washino-'
The conciseness and completeness of the defi
nitions, nnd the conscientious accuracy of the
work in nil its dopartmentd, piro it, in myjndg
inciit, tho liiKhest claims to public favor. "
7Vom I'nor. Olivxu WnstiEL Howies, 7osoh.
it If, Indeed, n monumental work, and ono of
which our city nnd country may lo promi as
long ns wc hnvo n city, a country, and a lnnguagc.
.From Cmm.iai Dickhns, lltiglaiid.
It Is a most remarkable work, of which Ameri
ca n ill be justly proud, and for which all who i
study the English language will longhave reason '
to respect your name, and to bo grateful to you.
Fntm llev. W. Wiikweli,, D. D., MHtf Trin-
it; xJoVpijo, Uatii'iritlgr, AtUlur o "Jl&tury qf i
the IntutcUte t-mence."
I havo repeatedly consulted the Dictionary
since it has Ih-pii in my possession, and havo Mcen
reason to think it more complete nnd exact than
any of its predecessors.
IVom Hev. .TosErii BewwoiiTit, D. 1)., V. It. H.,
I'rofrfsnr Anglo Oaxon iti Oxford Uitirt rri
The whole woik is the most coinprehensivp
am' useful that I have yet seen. It is the most
compete and practical, tlnvery best, as well as
the eh i apest, l'ligltsh Dictionury that I know.
iVont C. C Eklton, EE. I)., lute I'retitlcnt of
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,..u...i.i..,. i. .orefullvelabornted hi nil its de-
taUs, and tiiorongh.'v trustworthy its a guide to
the most correct nndV'lcgaiit usago of the lan-
From Hox. Cit."JiJW BrirsEit.
I know no one who has do.io so much as you
for alldepannients, nnd given i r language a
Dictionary so complete and many'-seled.
Thu Ixwt existing English Eoxfcon. tondmi
We hnvo never failed to get n right answer
j from it. fAjmlon Examiner.
Tho most useful and comnlete work of l "fer-
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oetej-, ton lieaiier.
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School DiCtionan. Elementary Dictionary,
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1 Si ACT relating to closing the ulV.ii'.s and
jV redeeming and pnvmg the bills and notes
tie Franklin t ountv Hank:
Jtixlereby nnrtt'l ';; the (Utn;-td AsseiitWy or
j the tVidv iff I ennoiif :
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We must refer in terms of eulogy to the hi;;h
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liest featims of t;"- dail oiinial. It has great
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ThtmJimics bound oon;;iut. of tln.m-.lw .- a
librnn- of inisoellsnoons rcailm-: sucli ns cti not
Tin; Nokth Amkuicax tamx
which has for the lastten icios
ducted by Dr. l'oabody, pasm Buuwm x
rial ohsrge of
lOF. J.VMt llt-S'U-t t I , .( , !i a,
ClIAlll.KS El.l.lT Nol.loX, 1
gentlf men who, for soninl mil ,
ship, lihvc acmcvpii nn eiivmiq. ,
in fins countn and in Europi u I i
education, anil . Mtenelitpenuui nt, ,,u
for the position tin hnc as-i . i
Of the former, it mav In s. il ,t ,
in the penodical whicL, und re-. 1
rracheiUthe Miiumit of its f u. -ilaorffml
forii those of am .m.ii,iU,
Of tlie latter, that ho has ' a.1 :
to the name be Vi ars by the i tl i.. ,
of hi" kiiottli dgp, and by the f. ,
which he has exhibited, 'both .i u '
And of both, that their tlunw, '
the liberal institutions of onrcm t
svmpnthy Willi the prognssn, ,
h 114 s bv
times, reinlei-H tiiem pccuiiarlv IV t. d
h lias bv cormM
been iironoii'n i d
TllK JtKMf.W, wh,
Tin- .cdii'io'i I.ihvaru Vinm, t.1
' and of which it has been said that
, "7 mn vot Its F'fiio' fn , ,
j tit the II i,i-i,i
Tm. Niiiitii Ammcvs Limih ,
in the hands of Its new editors i s,
; reputation Tor nid. i-endeiu d-
well considered npitiiolis In ir.l,i , 4
I In discussing political and -ii : !
spirit oi Iiie llrvjw will be tin. r.n
ill and loj si. It n.!l tVfiiul i,.t
I dintfnrtWe principle on which th ir
' America ore foundeii.
' In liti i&tuve. it :1! avail it--.
ti rial of thought .ind nhuli1
i country can snpi l .
In Its iiilicihin i( will ha e
but those ol s' ii'm! Ii arumg ,t i .
I Donr.d III xtlolii; OSOCKltl"!
svmpaliiy illi the -tciii, b j I
nnrniT oi iiiisceusiiii'iis ieio'-, "i'"" i tine, 1 ut Jiivnw ill(luil-i.i
be found in the sami compass in any oth.-r pub- j tuaj inoT(,1( ul 0( the times,
licatkm that has come under pur uotii-i .-, .V" Tut Noi.m Ajii.ucan Hi ,
Tlie reader is referred to the following
TEP-IOCS OF rXXKIiICATIOM.
The Publishers have perfected a system
Ono copy one year
Two copies one year
Four copies one'ycw.i . . . . ,
Ten Copies one yuav. .-
And a copy gratis for overy club of ten.
.Six months subscription atlmlf the ibove rates.
rw The Plao oi-Odb Uhion and the Doli.au
MnNTiir.v will bo sent one yew for 3.U0; the
Vimi and NovELBTTii for J5.E0; tho Flao ami
AliEiuuAN V:noN for $6.00; the whole of theae
publications, including the Fi.au, C: ins, Doi.hu
AiowTiii.y anu novelette lor yu.rio
Wiittp etitiir Ten Cent,
Soe.ciinon copies saut, poii
ivipi oi ten cents.
ti,,' CUunda suhsorrlsu-t must send twenty
cents additional, to pay At.ieri. au postage "one
ELLIOTT, THOMES.', TAUSOT, Pvm.isuKRh.
11M Washington Street, Uo.stoii, Mass.
OsT'T 1V1Ij TO ltUAI THIS 1
IWce! t'ofiVrl! Coffee!!!
EAST INDIA COFFEE CO.,
said first day of -Tnue, 1883, to be published for
the js.'ri.l of six months, or until said first day
of June, In each newspaper printed in tliis State,
anil In tlto lsosum Journal, a newspatier prtnteii
Ii inust.be paid at the )nbHribir'
in the city of Doston, in tho state of Massaehu-'
setts, and ill the New "Votk Time's, a newspaper
printed in the city of New York. Said notice
shall also state that all bills or notes of said
Dank not tires, ntcd for payment before said first
Md lu at' eict)itler I day of Jmie, W:, w ill not lo redeemed and paid
it-iaid ".) i tho rc-' '' B4td Bank. And after tho publication of said
' ' ' notice as heroin diriicted, said Dank shall not be
i liable, and shall not Ik- held liable in any conrt of
law or equity m tins state, to reucem or pay any
of its bills or notes not presented for redemp
tion or payment before the time fixed in tins act;
and anv bonds, which mav have been jriven bv
its bills, shall not be held to bo of binding force ! I "
ous executing the -f,.. . ,,. ,
mailing by which tliey can supply tho Mauazine
and Wkbji.y proinflli) to tbiwe who prefer to re
ceive their periodicals directly from the office of
ine poiago on iiAnrun s jiaoaziseis ji ceiiia
a year, w hiel
An extra copv of either the Miuaxine or Wkkk
ly vnll he supplie.1 gratis for evwy Club of Viw
Subscribers at 14 00 each, in one renutCuiiiv ; or
six copies for FJQ.
Dack numbers con lie supplied at any time.
A CoiiipleU) Set, now comprising Tweun-nmo
Volumes, in neat cloth bin.iiii,", will lie sent by
express, freight at expense of purchaser, i'oi1
in Jo per volume. Smgl" volumes, bv mad,
post-paid, 13 00. Cloth cbms, for hin.lipg, 5S
cents, bv mail, pont-pnid. Address
l'laiil.lm Square, New York.
. OuirtcrH. mi the lirst d.ivi
July, an.! U,"'. io. r, in nutiiinrs : t
hundred jiages each, rontiini' :
an ordinury octavo vdlnmc
Tkhms- S'X dullars a your, or
twenty-live cents jr nuinlM-r.
,A new volume of 'fur Itrve
mencc with the January numln r. i ti
Ushers tiust that the inert asi .! ;
t-cqnOnt uisin the changes propo i
eondqet of the work, will In in- In
icsrisi in lb. l'Utt'inage of u ;
TICIvNOll A- ITEM'S.
IHibhsu-rs, 117 Y ashman m w
A Complete Pictorial History of tie Tua I
"The tirnt, clicnprnt, anil inn.t tnrtmMl
Fiiinlly I'mier In I lir Inion."
Trusses, Sniiiinrtvrs, SlioiiI.Icr llre.(e,
CONGRESS WATER, DITTEK8, Ac.
Ocneral Depot for
tho host and cheapest in the world.
The Si. Albans Liquor Agency,
Nono but piu'o Liquors Bupplicd for Medical
Tho euhscriber would express his grateful
thanks to tho people of Franklin County for their
liberal patronage heretofore bestowed, and would
bolieit a continuance of the samo.
All Goods sold, warranted ns represented.
Physicians' orders promptly tilled with Drugs
of tho best quality, and at the lowest market
rates. Prescriptions carefully compounded
by an experienced chemist.
"Storo open for necessary purposes on Sunday
from 12 it. to 1 V. M.
S. II. DAY, Agent,
First door North of Wyman & Huntington's.
St. Albans, Vt., Dec. 23, 1801. 41-tf.
Ill Iteuile Street
wich Street), N. V.,
(three doors from Groen
ciill universal attention to
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Extt.i$; Djsitu or thu Su. Deop
Bon soundings havo at lust become
Bomothiiij liko roliublo. Tho result
is, tlijtt (lio oeonn, bo fur ns yot ox
plorod, is not lmlf us deep ns it was for
merly supposed to bo. Tlio gronteat
known depth in tho 'North Atlantic is
about fivo niilcs.notmuch loss thnu tho
height of tho loftiest niounlnius on tho
ylobo. It is supposed, however, to bo
FiUMcus' Paist. rnrmors will find
tho following profitable for houso or
fence paints: Skim milk, two quarts;
fresh slaked lime eight ounces; while i much 'doopVr than this between tho
Burgundy pitch, two ounces; Spanish Bnhamas and tho grand bank of Nevv
whito threo.pounds. Tho limo is to J foundland, but tho Boundings on
bo sluked in water, exposed to tho uir which that supposition is foundod aro
nnd then mixed with ubout one-fourth i not quite satisfactory.
Collins and Burial Cases,
In "Wood mill Jllttnl of c-rry Vtjrlr.
IIo has on kand
eonstautly, from 76
to 100 Cofflns, rdy
made, of all sizes
pared to ruako tc
orderin any required
IIo will furnish C offln lVimmingi of all kind,
and overytlnng required at short notice, and at
Funerals attended with hearss, which he has
recently purchased at Troy, N. Y., and vhiah
will be fouiul to be as elegant ns tan be found In
the cities. Charged will bo moderate.
Apply to the subscriber at his waro-houso on
Main Street, or at his shop on Foundry Street,
or at lils residence on tho corner of Hank and
St. Albans, July 12, 1WU. Mf.
Kent's East India Cofiee
KENT'S EAST 8NOJA COFFEE
has ul the llavor of .'(.Il (H)VEUNJIENT JAVA
und is but half the i n e ; and also that
KENT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE
has twice the strength "f Java, or any other
Coffee ivhatover, and vvherevet- usoil by our lirst
class hotels and steamboats, tho stewards say
there is a saving of So per cent.
KENT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE
is the most healthy beverage known, and Is very
nutritious. Tlio weak and infirm may uso. it nt
all times with iinpunitv. The wife of tho llov.
W. Daves, local lniiihter of thu 31. E. Church,
Jersey City, who has not been able to uso any
Cofl'eo for fifteen years, can use
KENT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE
thrco times n day without injury, it beiiif; entire
ly free from those propertied that, produce ner
Dr. JAMDS DOYLE, of 150 HIAMUE11S ST., 1
says: "I have never known uuy Coffee so health- '
ful, nutritious, nnd free from all injurious quali
ties as I
KENT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE.
I advise my patients to drink it universally, even ' "r
thoso to whom I have hitherto iimhibited the ! I If.
use of Coffee.
The I'lilNCIPAL of the NXW YOltK EYE
INFH15IAUY says : "I direct all the patients of
our Institution to use eluf ivcly
KENT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE
and wonld not bo without it on anv account."
The Itov. O. IjAUUE. an eminent clorovmuii of
the 51. E. Church, now stationed at' Halsoy
street, Newark, Bays of
KENT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE:
"I havo used it nearly n y. .ir in my family, nnd
find it produces no acho of the head or nervous
irritation, as in the case of all other CftfTooa. It
is 'excccdiiiKly pleasant, and I cordially recom-
menillt to an Clergymen una their families."
KENT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE
is used daily by tho families of Dlahop Ames,
msnop iiaucr, iiisnop janes, ami mauv or the
most .listiiiKUishcd cko'; men and professional
mi n in the country,
HE-WARE or COtrtlTEIirEITS I
and be sure that the packages aro labeled
KENT'S EAST INDIA
154 Reade Street, Now York,
as there are nmiu rous counterfeits nllont under
the name of "Gi inline East Iiidia.OofVci ," "Orig
inal East India Coffee," etc., put foith by impos
ters to deceive tho unwary.
In 1 H. packages, and in boxes of 30, "00 and
loo lbs., for Grocers and largo Consumers. Bold
by Grocers geitemly.
Orders from country Qrocors solicited, to
whom a very liberal discount will be mado.
Wholesale Agents: Iloellishit Molan and YV. J.
Heiss ,t llro., I'hiladolphta ; Prancis 11. Perry,
A Leo. Snriii
Colter Co., Cincinnati; I. A J. W.llunu.Sprin,
.1 l l t, . Yt m i l l. "!.. l , , , 1
iieui, iu.j xi, ji. diuuius, v-lojuui, iiKi. ; una u.
0. Garbed, Chicago.
Tho American Advetllslng Agenoy, 303 Droad
way, N. Y., will receive orders for tho above
and ouluratinn iumhi the nersous executinir
1 . ..... V . .
I same, to redeem or pnv any lulls or notes or saul
I Dnnk not presente.1 for redemption or pajmcut
I before the time Axed in this act.
1 Hue. 8. This act t-.kall take effect from Its
Approved Nov. 32, 1861.
! -VTOTICK is In reby given that it is the pur
I xV pose of the Franklin County Dank to termi
nate its existence in pursuance of the foregoing
! act, and all bills or notes of said Dank not pro
1 sentod to said Dank for pavroent bfore the first
' day of June, A. D. 18U3, will not be redeemed or
paid by said Dank.
! Dv order of the Directors,
M. W. llDAltDSLEY. Cashier.
Albans, November 22d, 1804. 38-Cni
MtlMtU'Hj WKHKI.T, f;l T i
(Vto'rnl A'trfiVt-j. of tl V ,
Tli.' Ih'M l'amily l'ais r pnl ;.
ro., i'liuauoipma ; i-rancis 11. Perry,
A. L. Vaito & Co., Doston; Pynchon
ligllcld, Jlass.; 8. N. Oallonder, Iluf
n M'JIlIIan A Co., Cleveland; A. A.
AND CATARRH SNUFF.
This Snuff has thoroughly proved itself to be
tho best article ever known ior curing the -
liinli, Colli in tlir lfeu.l, and ll.u.lii. In .
It has been found an excollent iome.lv In niauy
cases of Soie Uyes. Uciifnest has been re
moved by it', und Hi-iirin has often been great
ly iniprovod by its uso. II opens nnd purges gut
all obstructions, strengthens the Glands, and
gives a healthy action to the parts affected. It
Is recommended by many of the best physicians
and is used with groat success and satisfaction
Moro than thirty yoars' experience has proved
its great value ; nnd nt this moment it stands
higher than ever before.
Sold by nil Druggists' 7-ly
U.MTBI) STATICS CIIUIsTIAX
1 COMMISSION would inform tho patriotic,
the philanthropic and Christian men and women
of the country, of its work and its wants.
It cares for tlio body and the soul, ns did Christ
when on earth. Dy its delegates, who go with
out pay and irom love, hospital stores, home
comforts and reading matter are given directly
to thoso who need them, together with such
personal ministrations and religious instruction
as each caso may rcqniro and the Gospel is
preached at overy opportunity.
In the hospitals, on the battle-fields, and in
the camps of tho btrong and brave, the delogates
aro welcomed by surgeons, officers and men, and
their lahors have, in tho judgment of those
I well-informed, saved thousands of lives, and
! been blessed to the conversion of thousands of
buuIs, besides raising the morals of tho army
, and strengthening the links that bind the soldier
(o his home.
i It has tho confidence, of tho Government and
I all the facilities from it that xuilltary exigencies
: will allow.
I Its affairs aro nianagod by husinoss men who
crivn their k, vvIchh. flnilrnnds uml tnlnrrrnmo
COFFEE 1 nvo frce to ili 11,0 uiol fioty givosits piihlJ a
r . tiona; hut religous loading mattor roust bo ;.ur-
chased, nnd the demand is far boyond the ability
of the Commission to meet it.
The want of the (yinmifsion are men to go as
delegatm; stores to he distributedbi Utem money
toiiureliase r"eadiug matter.
The aim is to have no large balanco in the
Treasury, but to do at all times what the current
contributions shall allow, there being no exteii
sivo and complicated system of agencies that n
change would seriously affect.
Money and Stores may ho sent to Gkokoi; II.
Btuaiit, 11 Hank Street, Philadelphia,
In New England, money may bo sent to Joseph
Btoiiy, 112 Trcmont Street; Stores to L. 1'. ltow
usi), 5 Trcmont Templo; Lottcrs to Chaui.es
Dtaiosu, 4 Court Street, all in Doston.
The sitbserilx r licgs leave to inform the citi
zens of this plnce and vi. inity, that ho is thank
ful for the patronage they have gi' eu huii, ajd
w ishes the continuance of tin same.
He keeps on hand a large aud complete aosort
consisting in part of rich Sofas, Tete-a-Tetcs,
Louugcs; Easy, Dink, and Parlor Chairs, fin
ished in oil ; cane and wood seat Chairs of
every variety ; Centre, Card, Side, and Ex
tension Tables; uiarblo-top Chamber Sets
of black walnut, finished hi oil ; Hair,
Husk, and Excelsior Matrasses;
Feathers, Wiat-Nots, Hat Treos,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
A full assortment of
DEDSTEADS AND TUCKEll'S SPUING DUD
Dottoms, Bureaus, Tables, SiukB, Ac; Arch
top, Pancy, nnd Plain Mirrors ; Itosowood,
Gilt, and Dlaek Walnut Mouldings, of
iiYcry variety of styles, for
CHILDREN'S OABMAdKS, Ac,
St. Albans, Vt., March 18, 18C1. 1-tf.
801VLES & EASTMAN
J.JAYE JCST DECEIVED
SEVERAL HUNDRED BARRELS OF
11 Stat...' Ac. l.'tnibm .1-1,
"The Mount NrvvsTArm of . n
plctc in all the partnirtit- i r
Familv Pap. i Hvi.i-Bn's Wtj.ii'
for itsi If u i ir-ht to its tilli .
ITVII.I Vllt A.' V. Y h"
"Tliw p.ii.i i tm i. sin s tl,.
Our fut mk luK'ii s vn!l ,
of llarpi i s Wi i Kl v long '. : i
eis, ami pniili -.hera are u.n .
"A uecseity in iv.iv 1.
"It is ot once a leading iwhtn i
annalist of thu nation." - h, '
'The best of its class m ,
The Publishers have pi rf a
mailing by which they can su; v ,l
and Weekly pnmfitly to thosi " ' vr
ceivo thair periodicala Ur. . t 1 ft ' 1
Publication. Postmasters a. . 'Ii n
of getting up ClubH, will be nyi icJ
handsome pictorial Show-bill 'i i.
i lie postage on liAnrrjrs w xs i
a year, wnicli must bo pld at iki n
lIAItPElPS WEEKLY, one year
4(1 Fxtra Cimv of rithtr the Wkki-
tlt.-H .r!0 l.d ff.ii.nl.'iuf ......a .. M-FT , I ' '
Bi'hsciuiiEits at 14 00 each, tn uf "
Six Copies for $20 00.
r?Al- T...,.f... l. . ......II...1 mi
.mm x uuiuri villi ift'oiii'i'ii1".--! j
iliti uiiilllill Ollliuenoi jiaior.
neat cloth binding, will be sentbyci)
of expensfc, for JO each .1 c n.d '
ing j-.iqra i otwnes, sent on nccip
rate of Si 50 per vol., .Vet.'.'
mnnrn i. nnATIIF.rA
Jl.Llkl 1.11 IV A'V".7
ST. ALBANS, VE11M0ST
Tho subscriber would rcspcctfnllr is
House mill Iiiml for Sale.
f IHIK uudertiiKiioil offgrs for salo "tho Webber
.1. Placo," so called, lying a quarter of a mile
west of tho St. Albans depot, on the road letding
to the lake, consisting of a hou', barn and out
buildings, and four acres of good land. Pos
session will bo givtin on tho lirst day of April,
1600. as there is no i-ueumorancH) on tins prop-1
erty and the location is a dwlruble one, a isro I eipially
nppuriuiuiy is ouertrti io any purchaser in wain
ol such favorably located rool estate.
St. Allans, I'th. 15, 1S0J. 49-tf
IlusliiriK Di'ti., - Corri-iii, Dcn.,
H. AI.VOUU. KOW1.KH.V; -VK1,1,
Jiuy H, l HOI
1IEAVV !TOClC aw
GE0I1GE II. BTUAIIT.
D. S. JANES, '
JOHN P. CHOZIElt,
JA1 COUKE, J
HENltY M. STEVENS
GEOltGE P. HOIGUTON
SHP.LDON S. HEEMAN,
GEOUOE G. HUNT,
St. Albans, Vt., March 18, 1801,
Com. Ao., Ac,
DYE STUFFS. UO., Jiut received hy
tho snlwcrlhani nt tJioir old stand, which thoy
ollur at wholesalo or retail, at a small advance
'i call special attontiou to a now Oil for paint
ing, I'heapt'r than IJukeed Oil, and which wot kg
equally well, AlQi to Dutclier's Pure Wliito
Load, a thoniughly tosted and highly approved
article. Paints uf overy hhadu and quality ;
Varnish, Japan, Dbiizine, Paint-Drusli.-s, Ac, Ac
10-tf L. L. DUTCHEK A SON.
1,000 Tons ol" Hay Wauled,
MHIE flUDSCIlIDEll vvillnnv tho highest cash
.L prico for ONE THOUSAND TONS of
OOpA MA11KETADI.E 1U PnrtioTvinl
Mich Hay for sale will 11ml it to their advantage
whero " ""'""-'"ber beforo belling else
Also wanted immediately
10,000 IliislM ls of Oals.
n. ... , , GK011GE W. HALL.
St. AlbaiH, Nov. 1, 18Gvl 31-tf
MADE YHOHS SELECTED
WMto Winter AYhoat !
i Warranted superior in quaUty, for family use;
I viz :
GEO. W. M'NEIIi,
Por sale at wholesale, or by tho singlo harrel,
at comparatively low prices.
H. 11, S0WLE8,
to tho CltUfM
H. II. Fim"'
his Stuck Ul
pan-a to tf
on rcisowU '
lets, OljollHlcH, C'ouiii-1"
'.rulrto Tum, I,lttl
nianufactured from the choicest Anv'
Italian marble. Having expel w
in his employ, he is onaU'd I'.'te1
tomers nionumeiital work wliiculu tf
lira superior stylo of the art, and u j . fls
Ho purposes keciilng constantly en
ety if dosigiu )vliifll will aid cut",rii0
ing selcctWiis, sl!i)
All tiei-sons -wishing anything "
line, ivill find It to thek advantage
Pall before purchasing elsewhere
Thoso living nt n distance can c"W ' ,
hy mail, m their Icttirs wiu i
My place or business has be. n i
Skoii in Cluimplahi street, foW; r' ,BJ
11 Jl. Avnisworth. whore I H' V ,rt
any viuciswith wtlcJi . uBJ
St. Albans, May 10, lthil.
I.1IKHT a, UA
1 I.1IKHT C, H.l.i.'"
iV. York; is. now inaklpgh"
js this .
reoplo nt a distance can be ' "
pen, commercial sUe, VXl,nS
their hand-writing and
Tho trade supplicu !" hrfmJi.
paper ..nices- 4n '""'raV
vcrtlseinent, A. "