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THni3 VERMONT TRANSOEIPT.
FrlilnVt August 10, 1800.
, .,,, iiopubllctin Votcis of t'io Tlilrd
Tlicl .nnVl District arc hereby invited to
Mass Oo'Yvcntiou nt Hyde Park, on
m1".11" i. tlio 1Mb day of August next, nt 10
tf, s',n-,t ' to ominto a emididalo for Rep-
" nVtVcl at tho ensiling el
'"P' I strict Committee.
W. 0. SMITH,
O. O. WHEELER,
H. M. PHNNOCK,
8. M. GOLKY,
-Mr- A. H. Munyun's stock of jow
drTwts never larger or more comploto
than now. It cmbrnces everything
ucutilly found in ft flwt-clnsn jewelry
store. Lnr8 snlcs n,I(1 8inn11 Profits
seem to bo A. H'n. motto.
The saw-mill in North Berkshire,
-i,m1 bv J. Euwright, wns destroyed
" .. ...... . t cnn.
by firo '
Oil MO a'J 111 "It. -UOSS fuuu,
insured. Tho firo is sup-
twsed to bo tho work of nn inceiulmry.
About two hundred feet of tho
railroad bridgo from Hog Island to
Albnrgh wcro destroyed by firo Friday
mbt. Tho firo is supposed to lmvo
Ktu caused by sparks or cindors of
the midnight freight train.
hoi' ted. An indictment was found
against Gen. Sweony by tho Grand
Jurvat Windsor, during tho recont
session of tho Circuit Court; two in
dictments wero found against General
bpear, and ouo against Uenoral Alec
A. Gymnastic Association has been
oraanizcd in Burlington with Heury
.,1-Mnizcu m DuiiiMKiu"
r . . -. . , I ...
t fnr Pros dent: n. V. 1'ecK, .
for Bresident; E. W. I'eck,
ice President; GeorgO B. Shaw, Sec-
retnrj; nnd Sayles Nichols, Treasurer,
u il,n rwonl nnimn.1 mectintr of
t tlioreccni annual inct-uub
th Associato Alumui oi ine umverHi
tv. f Ycrtnout, tho following appoint-
iQtswcro nide for tho celebration
-Dorman B. Eaton, of Now
ubMule Hon. John A. Jamoson,
pwi-William E. Marrs.of Chicago.
Si dilute Lieut. Geo. F. Hunting,
I b. A., Portsmoutli, u.
- Tho house known as tho "Deacon
Hinsdill Homestead," at Hinsdillvillc,
wasJebtroycd by firo together with
the furniture and $110 in money, on
the 2Mb ult.
-H. G. Root, of Bennington, re-
Cfntiv bought a four year old horse, !
of Kufas Coon, of Salem, Mass., for
winch ho paid $800.
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II. Huntington, Esq., rcprosontn-
t.it from Strafford in tho lastLogisla-
'ure.was killed by tho kickof a horse, on
t a k Hi ult.
Tho next Legislature will be
asked to form a now couuly, to bo
awed Union, comprising towns now
Windsor and Windham.
ilrs. Henry Heald, of Springfield,
took arsenic on tho 27th ult., nnd died
iu about twenty-four hours.
-Tho First National Bank at Ja
maica has declared a semi-annual divi
deud of four per cent., frco of tax.
-The Hon. P. E, Woodbridgo will
deliver tho annual address before tho
Bennington County Agricultural 'As
sociation, which ineots at North Ben
nington somo time in tho month of
u m. Benedict, for many years an
esteemed citizon of tho town of Man-eater,
died recently, aged 70 years.
Luther Freeman, nn calimablo
ntizen of Bridgcwator, committed sui
on Wednesday of last wcok, by
-In tho Oraugo County Court, re
watly, a verdict of $1,125 was found
"gainst tho notorious Dr. Howard for
red mal-practico in sotting au arm
" "ei U Wilmot, a lad of
- "gut years. Tlio
arm was nearly
Exceptions wore taken by
"-Bahop Do Goesbriand, Catholic
"op of tho diocoso of Rutland, Ins
rflmed from his visit to Homo.
-At nn adjournod meeting of tho
"zens of Butlana hol(1 Pridny oyou.
6 t was voted to invito tho Wostorn
'raont Musical Association to hold
Oct 15 aUnUal meoUnS ,lt lat Plce,
A. Spaulding, of Plymouth,
u a lamb
iliroo months old, from
taken 2 1-2 nounds of
eop woighing 33 pounds.
l atonta'havo rocontly issued to
ri,.: Jutland, for ,',,. 1
VH, .".X'.w.uu JUMWIIY
I Irrvcin t T.. in i
wf iinnr... u uraiuouon
1. 1"u,uwnt m milk anil ch
t'uvtioent m near nn- fm. nimi-na
W O w VM(ftUf
CoMMIINGKMENT IN NORWICH. TllO
forty-fourth Commencement of Nor
wich Military University occurred on
Thursday of last week. Tho graduating
class numbered only four. Tho oration
before tho Alumni was by Col. Daniol
Nccdlmtn of Boston, formorly of Qneo
chy, Vt., and is said to lmvo been an
ablo production. Tho poet, for somo
reason, did not mako his appearance
Honorary degrees wero conferred as
A. 13., upon Lieut. Gcorgo A. Con
verse, U. s. N.
A. M., upon Col. Joseph Stedman of
Jamaica Plain, Mass., and Col. Henry
0. Kent of Lancaster, N. H.
D. IX, upon Hoy. Samuel B. Shaw of
Rhodo Island, and Itov. T. S. Brown
of Now York.
Be.mis. It seems that in tho towns
of Montgomery, Jay and Itichford,
bears are quite numerous this season,
several having boon seen lately. In
Montgomery, on Thuriday morning
last, ono canio out of tho wooda into n
pasturo, near whero men wero mowing,
and caught a sheep. Their attention
being called by somo littlo children ox
claiming "see that big dog," chaso
was immediately given but his bcarship
made a successful retreat. Ono of tho
men who joined in tho chaso, so wo aro
informed, thinks brum is not a very
good iudgo of mutton, for ho look tho '
poorest sheen iu tho iloclc.-ifWorc j
At Swanton Palls. July 30th, 1860, Mrs. Laura
Mott, widow of tho lato Thomas Mottof Alburgh,
Vt., aged 05 years and 8 days.
THIEF Or TIME."
Too many allow themselves to go without
I proper nourishment, and before thuy know it
liavo tho lysicpsia in tho worst way. Indiges-
llnti tinlr.au anr.t1lv ntlfimlnil frt Ynlt rprtfttlllv
lion unless speeaiiy
produco sickness an
ami in neaun. o Know oi
to Coo'a Dvsoonsia Cure in
suclicases. It enables tho natient to tauo near-
r l i. .. i ,.ri...m. .1 nr 1
lKV ' " ".". ri i
Iter eating as soon as you taKo 11, anu is a per-
feet regulator of tho stomach and bowels.
j c.cioinnnir i.irc
' rostores Oray Hair to its original color, removes
i Dandruff anil all impurities, and preserves the
iiair from premature death. Containing nothing
initiriniis.lt ia unsuroassed for dreasintr the hair.
promoting a luxuriant growth, and leaving it
toft and glossy. 1'iir sale by all Druggists.
Trice One Dollar a bottle; Depot, 72 William
Street, New York UJ-eonly
nEAD ! HEAD I ! READ ! ! !
riIHE greatest wonder of tho ago is O. Daniel
JL son s Tire Upsetting Machine, for upsetting
tires, axles, and any Kind of iron that needs to
bo upset. There is no cutting nor welding to be
done, if a person lias one of these Upsetting Ma
chines; tho work is done iu a more substantial
manner than can bo done by hand, and any
person who knows anything about them will
drive twentv miles further fur the sake of having
his tire ct by one of these .Machines. NolllacU
smlth should'be without one of Danielcou's Tire
Upsetting Maehinc;nor will he, wheu ho knows
the great advantago to Ix; derived from them.
Hall A Sons, of Diwton, have used ono for tho
past threo vcars, and say there is not money
enough tolmy it, if thev could not get another.
Wo would also refer tiL. llingham of St. Al
bang, and Mr. E. Wilder, carriago marker, at
Swanton Centre, who are using them.
These Maehints are now being pit out by O.
S. llixford, the fecvthe man. East lichgate, Vt.,
who will sell toanv party wishing a Machiuo.
UIUllLUW A TOWNSEND.
Agents for State. Cuuntv and Simp nghts, St.
Albans, for the pr. Kent. 1'". O. llox, :U. 120-tf
A CARD TO INVALIDS.
A Clergyman, whilo redding in South America
as a inisMonarj, diseov erod a safo and simple
remedy for tho Curo of Nervous Weakness, Ear
ly Decay, Diseases of the Urinary aud Seminal
Organs, and tho whole train of disorders brought
on by baneful and vicious, habits. Great num
bers nave been already cured bv this noblo reme
dv. Prompted by a desire to Wiolit tho afflict
ed and unfortunate. I will send the rcceipc for
preparing and uidng this medicine, in a sealed
fjnvolope, to tiny ono who needs it, freo of
I'leaso inclose apot-paid envelope, addressed
to yourself. Address,
123-ly JOSEPH T. INMAN,
Station D, Eihlo House, New York City.
Tho advertiser having been restored to health
in a foiv weeks by a very simplo remedy, after
liaTing suffered several veara with a severe lung
affection, and that dread disease, Consumption
is anxious to mako known to Ids follow-suffcr-cru
tho means of cure.
To all who desiro it, ho will send a copy of
tho prescription uel (frco or charge), with di
rections for preparing and using the same, which
thev will find a sure curo lor Consumption.
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, and all
Throat and Lung Affections. Tho only object
of tho advertiser in Bending tho Prescription is
to licnent tho afflicted, and spread information
which ho conceives to bo invaluable, and ho
hones overy sufferer will try his remedy, as it
will cost them nothing, and may provo a bless
ing. Parties wishing a prescription, frco, by return
mail, will please address
Itev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburgh, Kings Co., New York.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A Gentleman who suffered for yoara from
Nervous Debility, Prematuro Decay, and all ef
Icctsof vouthfuUndiscietion, will, for tho sako
of suffering humanity, send frco to all who
need it, tho rccclpo and directions for making
tho simplo remedy by which ho was cured.
Sufferers wishing to prollt by tho advertiser's
oxpcriouco, can do so by addressing
JOHN 1). OODEN,
No. 13 Chambers St., Now York.
STRANGE, BUT TRUE.
Every young lady and gentleman In tho
United States can hoar something very much to
their advantage, by return mail, (freo of charge)
by addressing tho undersigned. Thoso having
fears of being humbugged will oblige by not
noticing this card. All others will ploaso ad
dress their obedient servant,
THOS. F. CHAPMAN,
831 Broadway, New Y'ork.
MAKE YOU II OWN SOAP!
lly Siivlnj; ii'ml Vlng your AVnttc"
Buy ono Box of the
Pennsylvania Salt Mamtfacturing Co.'s
(Patents of 1st and 8th Feb., 1859.)
CONCENTRATED LYE I
It will mako IU POUNDS of excellent Hard
Soap, or 25 GALLONS of tho very best Soft
Soap, for only about 35 CENTS. Directions on
each box. For salo at H Drug and Grocery
Put ono box of Saponitler into threo gallon of
wator (kuock. off tho end, and let tho box boil
until it empties itsolf, and then take out tho box)
add four and half pounds of fat, and lot it boll 2
hours and 10 minutes. Thou add a small half
pint of salt, and lot it conlinuo boiling as min
utes longer, when you add half a gallon of hot
water, and let it come to a boil. Pour a small
tumblerful of cold water into a tub or box to wet
it round tho sides, then empty tho soap in ; to
btaud all night and cut in bars In tho morning.
Soft HonyMado iu tho uamo way, with tho
exception of adding llftocn gallons of water and
uo salt. All you nted U an iron y
A Jiow and Grand Epoch in Medicine-!
Dr. Maggicl , t, founder of a new Medical
System! I'ho ipiaiititarlan, whoso vast inter
nal (loses enfeeble tho stomach and paralyze tho
bowels, must give precedence- to tho man who
rcsl ores health and appetite, with from ono to
two of his extraordinary Pills, and rnrcs the
most virulent sores, with a box or so of Ids won
derful and nil healing Hah e. These two great
specifics of tho Doctor aro fast (superseding all
tho storotypod no-arums of tho dnv. Extraor
dinary cures by Mnggiel's l'ills and" Halve lmvo
opened tho eyes of the public to thu inefficiency
of the (so called) remedies of others, mil upon
which people have so long bllndlv depended.
Magglrl's Tills are not of tho class that are swal
loned by tho dozen, and of which of overy box
full taken creates an nlwoluto necessity for an
other. Ono or two of Maggicl's Tills sulllces to
place tho bowels in perfect order, tone tho stom
ach, creato nn appetite, and render tho spirits,
Jiff lit and buoyant! There Is no griping, and no
reaction in the form of constipation. If the liver
is affected, its functions are restored; and ir the
nervous system is feeble, it Is invigorated. This
last quality makes the medicines vorv desirable
for tho wants of delicate females. Ulcerous and
eruptivo diseases are literally extinguished by
tho disinfectant power of Maggicl'is Halve. In
fact, ft Is here announced that .MngjlcrH III It
oik, Djuprptlc iiiul Dlurrltrit I'lll euro
where all others fail. While for Hums, Scalds,
Chilblains, Cuts, and nil abrasions of the skins,
.MiikkIi V- Solve is infallible. Hold by J. Mag
Kiel, 13 Fulton Street, New York, and all Drug
gists, at 23 cts. per box. 111-ly
L. Ij.Duteher A Sons, Agents, St. Albans, Yt.
KBTUIlITIlIjr'mrTjjiM'Y has 10
turnod from l'hiladclphia whero ho has been
spending several months in tho Untcersl'y of
Metlirine and Surgery, having had nmplo oppor
tunities of a most oxtenslvc practice in t'Jinm
Ic DUiiiiH in tho Bloekloy and rennsylvania
Hospitals, and will open an ofllco In St. Albans on
tho loth of May over E. C. Oallar's Market, Main
Street, to rc-sumo tho exlcnsivo practice ho loft
in the fall. Ills friends and patrons, and others
suffering from Chronic Afloctlons of the Throat,
iPHi L"8. Heftrt. Uver "owpIh, Kidneys.
am) .Hri,'a!?. 0r' Mn? ol cro"1(U8
(nni iti riru i i i annunii n u ui, i u ii nan uiiiiiinr m
...;.. ........ . ' ..... ...
i I'liiaiuG, uiuiuiumuj iniuuii iu tail unu iu-
ceivo the attention of a bcicntiflc nnd practical
l'hysioian. 111 -3m
Soldiers' Dountics, Widows' and Invalids' I'en-
' tions, Arrears of Pay, and Claims for Horees lost
or destroyed in the military service, procured
by c. I-'. .WE,
Late a Capt. of 10th Vt. Volunteers.
JSt. Albans, Vt March 1SC3. CO-tf.
Hli:lIoii Gnuleil Huliool.
aIHE COMMITTEE aro happy to announce
that tho Fall Term will commence on
Wcduesdav, Sept. 5, 18Cfi under tho continued
charge of Miss U. S. SMITH. Eor particulars
address either of tho Committee
1). D. WItAD,
123-lw. A. KEITH.
Sholdon, August Cth, 18C6.
I IV rorflil. nnnrttmmtM fit I'muvrfK nil R.-kT-
JL3 diors who have servrnl throe yearn aud havo j
received but ilOO bounty from tho United Htatim. t
or who, hating inhstcd for throo years, wore dia-
chargeil in consequence of wounds, and tho wid-
ow, children, or parents of any soldier who en-,
listed for threo yoars, under u jiromiso of only j
1100 bount v, and who died in tho service, aro en-
titled to an additional bounty of ONE HUN-1
DUED DOLLARS !
All invalid pensioners who.have lot a hand or
foot, or havo incurred disability equivalent to j
the loss of hand or foot, are entitled to u largo
incrcaso of pension.
All pensioned w idows of soldiers or sailors aro !
entitled to an increased pension of two dollars i
per mouth for each child under sixteen years of j
I Claims of tho abovo nature, and for arrears of
pay, oineers oxtra pay, for liorses lost In tlio U.
fc. servieo, commutation of rations of prisoners
of war and pruo money, will be promptly prose
cuted by application by letter, enclosing dis
charge lroin service, will bo attended to aud tho
neccusary papers returned to applicant for sig
natures, .sc. Ii. A. tUli..L,t, i
Ofllco over the l'irut National Hank. .
St. Albans, Aug. 7th, I960. 125-tf. I
j X.iiuru ZV1 oll.'w JHtnt o. j
aMJE SUESCltlUEItS, having boen appointed
. by the Honorable Probate Court for tho !
i District of l'ranUin? Commisioners, to. receive, '
examine, and adjust all claims and demands of i
j all persons against the estate of Laura Mott, late
of Swanton, in said District, deceased, and all I
claims aud demands exhibited in offset thereto, 1
do hereby give notice that six months from tho
Second day of August A. D lhCG, aro allowed
i by said Court to tho creditors of said decoased, '
1 to exhibit and m-ovo their respective claims be- 1
fore us, and that wo will attend to tho duties of 1
our appointment at the dwelling honso ,'of V. S. I
Thayer, in Swanton, in said District, on tho
Second day of 1'ebruary A. 1)., 1807, from 10 !
o'clock in the forenoon till 4 o'clock in tho after-
Dated at Swanton, this (ith day of August A. i
D. 18CC. I233w
It. L. BAltNEY. J Com,ra !
HAltny SMITH 1 oxn"- j
TATItO'S II.VTIII.VO AND HAIK
DltKSSlNG SALOON. Wcldeu Houso.
St. Albans' Vt.
Hair cutting and hair dying. Ladies' and
Childn ns' hair cutiug, shampooing and curling.
Hair work mado to order. Cash paid for Ladies,
long hair. Hot and cold Baths at all houra of
tho day and OToning. EDOAll TATllO,
STATE OK VERMONT, 1
FnAXKLlN Couxtv, ss. (
April Term, A. D. IriCfi.
VERMONT A CANADA RAILROAD CO.
ID CO. )
HORATIO B. FARRAli A G. F. HUT
Whereas, tho Vermont and Canada Railroad
Company has taken nix acn.H and eight hundred
and sixtv live thousandths of au aero of the laud iu
Swanton, in tho county of Franklin as aforesaid,
which ia owned and occupied by Horatio B. Far
rar, of Swanton aforesaid, lor tho roadway of
said Railroad, which land has been appraise! by
Commissioners duly appointod for that pur
iioso, at tho sum of our liundrvd and fifty dol
lars, which sum of money wus, by order of tho
lion. .sa uiven Alois, unaucenor, uuposiicn in
the St. Albans Bank to tho credit of said Horatio
B. Farrar, to bo and remain in said Bank subject
to the future order of this Couit.
Aud whereas, tho laud so taken as aforca!d
is subject to or encuni bored bv r. mortgage, dat
od August '-.), 1855, to Q. F. Hubbard, aud that
said G. F. Hubbard now claims to hold aaid land
by virtuo of aaid mortgage.
And whereas tho said G, F. Hubbard losidoa
out of this Stato, and has not boon legally noti
fied of tho peildcncv of tho Petition of tho said
Vermont aud Canada Railroad Company, tho
Court do order tho said Vermont and Canada
Railroad Company togive noticeof thopondonov
of their said Petition to tho said G. F. Hubbard,
by publishing the foregoing substance of thoir
Petition, with this order of publication, threo
weeks successively in the Vermont Transcript,
a publio newspaper printed and published in St.
Albans, iu said countv of Franklin, tho last of
which publication to bo at least twenty days pre
vious to tho term of the Court of Chancery next
to bo holden at St. Albans, in and for said coun
ty of Franklin, on tho second Tuosday of nep
tember, A. I). 180G. And tho said publication
being mado, the said G. F. Hubbard is requirod
to appear in said Court on tho ilrst day of tho
aforesaid September term of said Court, A. D.
180G, aud then and thcroausMcr to mid Petition.
Bv order of tho Court.
rJl-3w JOSEPH Ii. BRAINERD, Clerk.
Vermonters ! !
W1IEI1EVEII TUCV AlllJ
Should send for the Catalogue
Published and for sale at a reduced prico by
A. F. STYLES, Burlington, Vt.
T Catalogue and Price List sent free to any
CJECOND hand Furniture aud all other kinds
lj of personal property, for which I am hav
ing many calls. I now havo rooms for storcaue.
and will mako liberal cash advance, purcbagn
or sell on commission. All uoods delivered
must bo clean and in as good condition as possi
ble. Pay your own Truckmen. AH deliveries to
oo at my piaco or imsincss, nanoru uiocli, north
of the 'Fremont Hotel, St. Albans. Yt.
liu-w uvvivti ll, GUFF,
AT THE STORE OV
1'rciich and American Prints)
Elegant Spring Shaw Is,
Shetland Wool Shawls,
Ladies' Cloths and Satklngs,
Irish and Way Linen, 1
Linen Sheeting and Casing,
Nottingham Laco Draperies,
Sherral, Tucked and Doited Muslins
Crapo and Lovo Veils,
OIovch, Gauntlets, Mittens,
Alexander's Kid Gloves,
Bradloy'a Duplex Hoop Skirts,
Trench and American Corsets,
SUN UMBHELLAS AND PAUASOLP,
B110WN AND BLEACHED COTTONS,
DENIMS, Ac, Ac.
In fact, everything in tho Do- Goods line. Tho'
aluiva-namod Goods must bo sold at once, and
Without Regard to Cost,
CUj AND EXAM TNE GOODS AND TRICES.
, - f
D. P. 13AILEY & CO.
Avery largo asaortincnt of .Ladies, Children s
IIIIIIIS 11 111,
which for quality and prico arc as cheap and
good as can bo found.
Boots and Shoes repaired frco, wlion found not
as good as represented, Wevhavo experienced
workmen to manufacture such work as we havo
GLASS AND CHINA WARE, KNIVES AND
In quantities to suit purchasers.
N. B. Wo are constantly rocoiving aw. pat
terns of all tho abovo Gooua.
Good News to Housekepers
Instantanoous "Window Polish,
IT CLEANS Mirrors, Windows, Lamps, Chim
neys, Drags, llrittanla, Silver, and Tin Ware,
as fast as you can rub tho articles over, impart
ing a brilliant bistro, Wo don't want peoplo to
take our word for it: onlv want to show them.
"Seeing Is believing." After one experiment, If
you uon t iiutiK it all wo represent it to no, you
may have your money hack, and another box
(2.1 cents) gratis.
WALKER A CO., Lako Street, St. Albans, Vt.,
aro tho Wholesale Agents for 1'ranklln County
II. A. HILL, Ocneral Agent.
119-tf St. Albans, Vt.
XtlOIlIS NEW GOODS
A NEW AND LARGE LOT OF
Just received at reduced prices, at
No. 2 Darrow Block,
A largo assortment of
NEW STYLES FANOY BUSINESS SUITS,
Black Frocks, Doo Pants and Vests, Hats,
Caps, Shirts, Gloves, Ac, A-c.
Remember tho place, So. !i Darrow Illork,
WM. N. SMITH.
St. Albans, May, 180C.
P. S. One word to those whoso bills arc past
due: Money is wanted and must he had. Ill
POUNDS FOR $2.
THE WORLD CHALLENGED
TO yilOVVCE ITS EQUAL
'.Tlio Great VuiorHsaii PnlntCo.
Of Xo. 10 John St., AVio J'orJt,
After years of patient study and experiments
by ono of tho best chemiits iu this country, aro
pleased to announco that thoy havo now per
lcctcd, and meet with the most gratifying re
sults, and succeeded in producing
-VIS AltTICLK OF I'-A-TIN'T,
Of any Color desired,
Far superior to anything over beforo offered to
tho Public, and which for alloutsido work,
Agricultural Implement ,
x fcc, fcc.,
Has no equal.
With tho ingredients which are simple, and
always at hand, overy man can become his own
manufacturer and painter, at tho cost of
Only 2 Cents per Pound.
Although but recently offered to tho public,
hundreds of testimonial!) of its intrinsic value
aro constantly received.
Behoving that the community aro ever ready to
appreciate and support Articles of True Merit,
havo determined to offer tho Receipt and Rights
to manufacture and uso this l'AIXT, directly to
tho peoplo at largo, aud that it may como with
in tho reach of all classes, have lixcu tho Price at
tuc uommai sum oi
ONE DOLLAR ONLY.
-1 ll ordert fur the lUceivl and Jlinhts $Uoidd
ue aatiretsca to iiie
GREAT AMERICAN' PAINT COMPANY,
-Vo.lG.7oin Street, AVie York.
Bowman Smith, Sco'y,
.....flu, ... t i v ,uuv
GREAT AMERICAN PAINT CO.
til A- 1- J.1...7 on icm
No. 1G John St.. N. Y.s
Gents: After a thorouch trial of tho Excel
sior Paint.'which I manulactured by your pro
cess, on my uumuugs, icuu , u mu
pleasure to uav, that I havo never seen its
HENRY J. BADGER.
Little FaV. Vt.. Ja.v 5. 16GG.
GREAT AMERICAN PAINT CO:
Gexts: I havo Inst completed painting all
hit buildings with two coats straw-color Excel
sior Paint. lars:o two-storv house, with larco
carriago Iioubo; barn iO by 80 ft.; about throu
nunureu rect onenco; ami my carts, piows, anu
other tools a lino blue, and all at a cost for
materials of (5.73) flvo dollars and sevonty
threo cents. Am confident that I havo saved
over ilOO, in cost of materials.
JOHN T. RHODES.
Athens. .V. 1.. May 13, 1BGC.
GREAT A5I ERICAN f'AINT CO.
1G John St.. N. Y.
Plcaso accent my thanks for tho benefits re
ceived from your Excelsior Paint. For a small
cost I havo saved hundreds of dollars. My farm
and buildincs would sell for $1,000 more, for its
118-3m JAMES ATCHINSON.
Orcr 600 tetimonialt in its favor on our files
1 11, LEWIS, JR., & 00.
Come and See Them!
Come and Price Them!
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHU
Is pleasant in tasto and odor, frco from all inju
rious properties, and Immcdiatoin its action.
IlELMnoui's Exthact BtTCiic gives health and
vigor to tho framo and bloom to tho pallid chock.
Debility Is accompanied by many alarming
symptoms, and if no treatment Is submitted tn,
consumption, insanity or cpikptlc fits ensue.
. For non-retention or Incontinence of urine. Ir
ritation, inflammation or ulceration of tho blad
der, or kidneys, diseases of tho prostato glands,
stono in tho bladder, calculus, gravel or brick
dust deposit, and all diseases of tho bladder,
kidneys, and dropsical swellings,
Use Hr.i.MBoui'8 Fi.cid Exthact Bucni'.
A Ready and Conclusive Test of the proper
tics of Hclmbold's Fluid Extract Buchu will bo a
comparison with thoao set fourth in tho United
Enfeebled and Dclicato Constitutions, of both
Boxes, uso Hclmbold's Extract Buclm. It will
givo brisk ami encrgctio feelings and eiiablo yon
m Biuep ucu.
Tako no moro Unnlcasant and Unsafo Reme
dies for unpleasant aud dangerous diseases.
Uso Helm1)old's Extract Buchu and Improved
The Gl)r.T or Man is Stiilngtii. Therefore.
tho nervous and debilitated should immediately
unu jieiuioouis r.siract jjucnu.
Mahhood and.Y'oimiFW, Vmonaretrcrrainedbv
Hclmbold's Extract Buchu.
Restored by Helm-
hold's Extract Buchu.
Hclmbold's Extract Buchu and Imnrovcd
Roso Wash cures secret and delicate disorders.
in all stages, at littlo cxpenso. littlo or uochaugo
in diet, no inconvenience, and no exposure. It
is pleasant in tasto and odor, immediate in its
action, and frco from all injurious properties.
in Oie Great Diuretic.
IIELMNOLl) S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT SADSA-
It the Great lllood Vnryier.
Both aro nrcnarod according to tho rule of
Pharmacy and Chemistry, anu aro tho most ac-
uvu mat can oo mane.
S. R. DAY'S DRUG STORE
X ERFUMERIES Very
choice and all tho
JU new styles.
Japan Tea Roso,
Night Blooming Cereus,
Jaqucs Extracts, - -
Bay Rum, Ac.
Hair Brushcstho best assortment iu
town, from 25 cents to $1.50.
Toilet Articles :
Fine and Bathing Spongos,
Choice Toilet Soaps,
Hair llcncwcr :
A fresh supply of Ring's Yegetablo Am
bronia XiAFORME & IiAJNO'3 PATENT
Common Nursing Bottles,
Dyo Stuffs and all Drugs, and Patent
The SI. Albans Liquor Agency.
A full minnlv of nuro Limiors for modicin
purposes constantly on hand.
Rlnm nnon on Sunday fioui 12 M. to 1 P. M..
for salo of necessary mcdecliies only.
Particular attention paid to Physicians or
dors, and Proscriptions carefully prepared by
an experioncou uiicimsi.
A siuro of patronage U solicited.
8. M. DAT, Agent.
St. Albans, Yt., July G 1SG0. 73-tf
A FEW Reliable Young Men, on Salary, touct
as Travulhug Agents. Call for ono week,
on U. A. HILL, Trcuiont Houisc, St. Albans, Yt,
July 'JGtli, ibgu. ua-iin.
Cool and Refreshing
TAFT'S PATENT SODA FOUNTAIN I !
SoiitHHiaytTs Celebrated Candy,
FllESll II10M MA11KXT EVEliY )VEEK.
At the Post-Office.
Tilt. S.H. CLARK has removed to South Main
lit struct. Offiooat his residence.
Kt. AlUli. Yt.. May. 2, ltJGC 98-tf
"Fear no More Forever,"
SR. WM. B. M'OOWAW
Has obtained tho roost approved apparatus for
the manufacture c
of tho Nitrous Oxide. orLaush-
iiu .iiiiuu.-, w&iiiu, ur4.niixn
tared to givo the saino fo
s. anu is 'prcna
Extracting Teeth Without Pain.
Lauchinir Gas Is now universally used hv thn
leading operatives In Dentistry in the principal
cities In the United States.for Extracting Teeth.
Frof. Colton has given it to over 13,000 patients
In Now (York and Ticlnlty, wfthin threo years,
with unparalleled success;
REASONS WHY IT TAKES SO WELL.
It gives ucrfect satisfaction. It is safo at all
times. It lias becomo tho favorito with tho peo
plo as an anesthetic. It is pleasant' and leaves
no sickness after using it. It invigorates tho
weak aud debilitated. It is composed of tho,el
omonts found in puro atmospheric air, only. It
is endorsed by tho medical profession generally.
For tlio People's Benefit.
NO MORE MONOPOLY
IN THE SALE OF QA8 II
My terms will bo such that all classes can
avail themselves cf this safo and efficient agent.
One half of tho usual prico onlv will he ohargod
where but ono tooth is extracted ; and whero
Iiartl.il orentiro sets arc inserted, no charge will
jo made for extracting.
Dr. M'Gowan has secured tho services of G.
II. Plumlev, M. D., who has had a largo practi
cal cxpcricnco in tho manufacture and uso of tho
Ofllco over AVcniI & Dnrcn'i Drug Store.
121 ST. A LB AST, VT.
INSURE IN THE
C0LUMI1IA PIKE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK CITY.
Capital and Surplus, $555,133 86
H. L. SAMSON, Agent
Jocko lUvers' Estate.
aIHE SUBSCRIBERS, having been appointed
by tdo Honorable Probato Court for tlio Dis
trict or Franklin, commissioners, to reemvo, ex
amine, and adjust all claims and demands of all
persons against tho estate of Jocko Rivors, lato
of Enoshurgh, in said District, dcccasc'd, and all
claims and demands exhibited in offset thereto,
do hereby givo notice that six months from tho
2Sth day of June, A. D. 18GC, aro allowed by aaid
Court to the creditors of said decoased to exhibit
and provo their respective claims before us, and
that wo will attend to tho duties of our appoint
ment at tho dwelling houso of Myron W. Bailey,
in Montgomery, in aaid District, on the 2Gth day
of September, A. D. lfsGG, from 10 o'clock in tho
forenoon till 1 o'clock in tho afternoon, on said
Datod at Montgomery this 28th day of June,
,V. II. 18UU. . A. o. B.iJinua, (pnmirs,
, w. JiAimri.
NOTICE. - :
THE copartnership heretofore existing tinder
tho namo and Arm of Burgess .V Paicly, is
this day dissolved by mutual conftint.
J. J. BUEOESS.
St. Albans, June 1, 18GG.
Tho business will bo conducted by tho under
signed, in all its branches. I shall kc) con
stantly on hand, and for sale, a choice variety of
all Goods in tho lino of
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
at Wholesale and Retail, and shall Bell us low as
any other houso in this village. I Bhall pay
particular attention to the salo of Flour, Grain,
Mnn! nml l-Vpd nf nil kinds.
I havo on hand a verychoico article, and shall
endeavor to keep on hand at all tunes,
ST. LOUIS, MO., DOUBLE EXTRA FLOUR
Which is just tho thing for thoso that prefer
good Flour to a common article. Flour by tlio
load, barrel or pound.
I take this method of returning my thanks to
our numerous customers for their very liberal
patronage, and solicit the favors of all good pay
ing customers, and will try to suit them.
I havo on hand a very nice articlo of
Boston Ground Bock Salt',
Which all Butter Buyers recommend to tho
, I ALSO KEEP THE
In barrels, half barrels and boxes.
N.B. I'hava a' word mora to'sayi .1 have
purchased of Mr. Failoyhis cntlro intcrcst'in the
old firm, and shall collect all debts duo tho con
cern, (had ones excepted,) and pay all indebted
ness of tho old llrm. Mr. Failoy will stop with
me for ono month, to wait upon such as wish to
avail themselves of tho opportunity of paying
within that time, after which time thoso who
aro so unfortunate as not to bo ablo to call, .will
11 tul tho books with somo honest attorney.'
117-tf J. J. B,
For Magazines, I'aucrs, Stationery, &c.f
CAM. AT TIIK
ST. ALBANS JEWS DEPOT.
"VTTE would Invito tho attention of tho pntilia
TV to our facilities for supplying such as
Books, Magazines, dally aud weekly Papers,
Stationery, Music, Envelopes of all sorts, quah-
tion and prices, everything needed by a booksell
er or anybody elso, at thu lowost prices and of
mu oust ipiaiuy tor inu mu puro uxiaicu. uiq
coltanoous orders of all kinds ruceive prompt
LAKE CHAMPLAIN, LAKE QEORGE, SARA
TOGA, TROY, ALBANY, NEW YORK,
AND THE WEST,
VIA. THE SPLENDID STEAMERS ON
a- BIRTHS FREIC?S g
UNITED STATES- CapUWm. Anderson,
CANADA Capt, Win. JLFbJ I
R. W. SHERMAN Capt. H. Mayo.
MONTREAL-Capt. L. S. White.
Forming two daily' lines each way, (Snudaya
Leave Burlington 10 a, in., and 0:30 p. lii., on
arrlvul of trains leaving St. Albans 8:10 a. in.,
ana T.M p. m., making close connections at
Whitehall witJV trains south and west. Arriving
at Saratoga 8 a. m., and Gu.m.; Troy 9:10 a. m.,
and 7: 15 p.m.; Albany 9:55 a. m., and73p. m.,
Now York via. U. R. It, R., 3:30 p.m., by Slctm
ers, C a. in.
'nirriiutiisOf ' , r: J
Tho Steamers arrive at Burlington 3;50 a, in.;
and 6 p. m connecting with trains uri'tho
Y.O. R. R., for north and v"t .
P&ssciiRcrB for LikfiGeorgu sliouldJcavo,St,
Albans 8:10 a. ni.,takelio morning boat at Bur
lington 10 a. m., and arrivo at tho head of Lako
George tho name evening, after one of tho most
delightful sailupn thu continent,
Those desirous of a trip down the Hudson by
daylight, can leave Bmhngton 10 a. tu., (stop
ping over night at Albany) and proceed by tha
splendid Steamers "Daniel Drew" mid "Cnaun
cy Vibbard4' 7:15 a. in., arriving at. Now York
Tickets for Bile at tho Vt.C. R.P. on board
of Steamers, ami at tho CompaiiyV oRico, wvst
side of City Park, BurliiigtoH, Vt,
IlIRAif TJtA.CX, Ocu'l Sup't.
Juno 27, 18C0. . 120
I'ER YK.1HI W want
Audits every whero to Mil our
Improved 2 Sewing MafUinoi. Three new
kinds. Under and upper food. Bf nt on trial.
Warranted five years. Tht onlr macblnca iold,
in the United Btatea fcrflesa than $10. whkU ar6
fully Ueentetl by Jloxre, WfitetetA WVWifr
ter and Jlaket Singer. t 0.. and noMr' Jii
othor cban machines are infringement awl tb
seller or user aro liable to arrest, Hue ndMi.
prisonmoiit. Hlustratt4 circular cnt tV
Addrem, or call uiion Bhaw & Clark, at Bldd.
eW, Maine, orCWcaBo, 111. UM