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T3E3IE VJE3RMQ2STT TKANSOIUP 1.
Considcrnble 1ms boon printed about
liow to mnko butter; but thus fur 1
lmvo not noticed nnything recom
mended to bo done- with the sour milk.
I nm mvnro that tlioro nro many farm
ers who would say nt once, give it to
the liotiHibut as feed can bo purchased
for them at about o tie-fifth of what
tho sour milk or curd would bring in
market, I think it best to sell it and
Thero aro different ways to mako
cottage cheeso or curd. In tho winter
season thoro is much tnoro labor at
tending it than in tho summer, as it is
difficult to got tho milk to become
thick without standing it about tho
stove. When thick it should bo put in
cans cream cans aro what wo uso.
When thero aro sovcral to cook wo
mnko a firo in tho agricultural boiler
(which every farmer ought to have,)
then sot a can of it in tho hot water
and stir for a few minutes, and it will
soon separate. It is then cooked suf
ficiently, and another may bo put in.
In summer timo wo uso a tin can
that will hold about twenty gallons,
with a spiggot near tho bottom; this is
stood in tho sun and tho sour milk is
put into it as it is skimmed. Tho heat
of tho sun will separate it, and the
whov can bo drawn off by tho spiggot.
In this wav it can bo dono with but
I havo seen many ways of draining
it. but tho otio wo havo adopted l think
tho least labor of any modo 1 havo
seen. It is this: o havo a box m tho
shapo of a hopper, about threo feet
on tho top, and about half tho size in
tho bottom, with slats nailed on tho
bottom; this is set over a wash tub to
Havo tho whey; a largo coarse cloth is
placed ovor tho top of tho hopper, in
which tho curd is poured, and it will
In tho summer it is bottor to leavo
draining until tho day before going to
market, as it will not keep so well after
tho whey is taken from it. It can be
taken to market either in cloths or
cans, and bo sold in bulk; the latter is
much tho least labor.
My cows have made one dollar each
per week in curd an item, I think,
well worth attending to.-- Cor. Ger
AGUE SB MAOn'oiIi A.
A toilet delmht. Superior to any Cologne
used to bathe tlic face and person, to rentier tlio
hk in con ami in mi, to auay lmiamniaiioii, toper
fume clothlm;. for headache. Ac H Is nianiv
factored from the rich Southern Magnolia, and In
obtaining a patronage iinlle unprecedented, ft
inn favcnlto with actressci ami opera singers.
II is sold bv all dealer, nt tl.(H) in larco bottled.
and bv Dcuias Harnett A Co., Now York Whole
Saratoga Spring Wnltr, gold bv nil Drug
TIiIj it the A MUttusl A that ltlngraadc.
Tlil l 1't rrc that lay
In I lie A.MnKoalA that Itinj made.
fifK M Wliofiow'irr. rn
?Vr He lined 1he('w;
Thin li t!ie Man who wan tmld and
nowrtif ravnrloekii, tliry f.
'in? tint Inv
that I'm; made.
"Jcs" no I"- "Exactly I" Solon' Shingle said
thoy were there "every time." "If lio felt
"owlcv" in the morning, ho took Plantation Hit
ters; ff be felt weary nt night, ho took Planta
tion Hitter; if h' lacked appetite, was weak,
languid or mentally oppressed, be took Planta
tion Bittern: and they never failed to set him on
hia pins pipiarc and firm.
Fov. persona want any better authority; but
as some may. Just rend the following:
" I owo iniiob to you, for
I verily beliovo tho Plnntntion Bitters have,
saved mv life.
REV. W. II. WAGONER. Madrid, N. Y."
" I have been a groat suf
ferer from Dyspepsia, and had to aiUudoii
preaching. Tho Plantation
Bitters have cured me.
REV. C. A. MILLWOOD, Now York City.
" Iliad lost nil appetite
was so weak and enorvatod I could hardly walk
and had n perfect dread of society.
The Plantation Hitters lmio set ine nil
JAMES HHIMINWAY. St. Louis, Mo."
" The Plantation Hitters
have cured mo of n derangement of tho Kidneys
and Urinary Organs, that distressed mo lor
years. They act liko n charm,
0. C. MOORE, '2jl Broadway, N. Y."
Mrs. 0. M. DHVOE. manager of tho Union
Home School for Soldiers' children, says sho
has given it to the weak and invalid children un
der her charge, with tho most happy and grati
fung results. Wo havo received over a hun
dred renins of such certificates, but no adver
tisement Is ho ellectivo as what the people them
selves say of a good article. Our fortune and
our refutation is at slake. Tho original quality
and high character of these goods i 1 1 beans'-
tamcu uiwcr every ami nil circumstances.
They havo already obtained a sale in evcrv
town, village, nansn ana lianuct amonc civi
lized nations. Haso imitators try to como as
near our name and style as they can, and be
cause ft good articlo cannot bo uold ns low ns n
poor one, thoy ilnd somo support from partios
who do not caro what thoy sell. Ho on your
guard, See our prlvntu stamp over the cork.
1'. II. DRAKE A CO.. New York Citv.
Snrutogu Spring Wiitcr, sold by all Drug
Till H the Mnlilni, hsntlnomo and
Who innrricl the mau once bnld mid
ttt.v, f , ? K .
Who now has rnvon lock", ther my.
He ii".' I tho AiliillostA that lllug
Tills h tlic I'iron, who, by tlio wny,
McrriiU lire maiden, handsome mil
To Hie man onee bald and Cray,
Hut who now has rnven licki, tlu-y
- v.? . j . . .
ffil.j?!sV" lleeatmr no iiel the Core that lay
Pftp.Wu- lu thu AMUimsiA th.it lllng mncle.
Thh Is the Hell Ihnl rings away
'l't ii route the people sail and gny
I eto this fart, which heredoen lay
H ytni twnW not f Imhl or prny,
L'te the Amuhohia that JlCig uuttle.
T.H'.V.(JK.llie tindorsigned will take
'.1. risks for either of tho following first class
HOME INSUUAXCK SO MP ANY
OP T.V HAVEN ;
Capital Stoclc, $200,000.
Tlireo-fourtha of th.frr..llls mvided among Policy
HAMPDEN IXSUBAXCK COMPANY,
hpiun(H Ii:i v. mvss.;
OtlJl(ll Ht)tlC, huoo.ooo.
WKSTEUN MASSACm'SKTTS IN
PlTWllEI D. MASS.
CITY FIRE INSTANCE COMPANY,
Or NEW HAVEN, f'ONN.;
CAPITAI. STOCK, $300,000.
Each of the above amounts of Stack is paid in.
r. IlL'fJK. Acent.
Offieo over Weeks' store, St. Albans, Vt.
April C. 1831. -ly
E. M.TUDBS & CO., Proprietciis, Petereoro-. N.H'
Joint 1'. Hcnn-.tCo.. Wholesale Agents. Wai-
H. i(. JJay, nun eall,v uuren, Agonts, hi.
Albans, and Druggists and Donleis everywhere.
WE AD & DURENj
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES
tSf A witty printer, who quit the
business, studied physic and becamo a
physician, gave his reason for so doing
that in printing all tho faults aro ex
posed to tho oye, but in physic thoy
aro buried with tho patient.
8- A lady sitting in tho same box
nt an opera with a 1 rench physician
much troubled with ennui, happened
"Excuso mo, madam," said tho doc
tor, I am glad you did not swallow
"Givo yourself no uneasiness," ro
plicd tho lady, "I nm a Jewess, and
never eat pork."
i- "I say, Jim," says ono friend to
another on meeting, "I hear our friend
A. has been in tho oil speculation
heavily; has ho mado any thing ?
"Yes," says Jim, "ho has mado an assignment."
Gentlemen: I had a negro man worth tl,200
who took cold from a bad hurt in tho leg, and
was useless for over a year. I had used every
thing 1 could bear of without benefit, until 1
tried tho Mexican Mustang Liniment. It soon
effected a permanent cure."
J. L. DOWNING.
Montgomery. Ala.. Juno 17. 1839.
"I tako pleasure in recommending tho Mexi
can Mustang Liniment as n valuable nnd indis
pensable niticlo for Sprains, Sores, Scratches or
Galls on horses. Our men havo used it for
Hums, Hruises, Sores, Hhcumatism, Ac, nnd all
say it acts HKo mngie.
J. W. HliWlXT.
Foreman for American, AVolls Fargo's and
"Tho sprain of my daughter's nnklo. occ'
sioned while skating Inst winter, was entirely
cured in ono week alter sho commenced using
your eclubratea jiustang l.imment ,
Gloucester. Mass.. Auir. 1 18Go.
It is nit admitted fact that tho Mexican Mils
tang Liniment performs more cures in shorter
time, on man and beast, than any articlo ovor
discovered. Families, llvery-mcn aud planters
should nlways havo it on hnnd. Quick, nnd
sure it certainly is. All conutno is wianncd in
utccl-platoeugraMiigs, bearing the slguuturo of
u. . wesiuroou, wncmist, ana tlio jmeaie u.
stamp of Demas Harnes & Co., over tho ton.
au cnon iinsjiccn maao to counicrrut u rum
a cheap stone plato label. Look elosclv.
Nuruto ttiirlns Water, sold by al Drug
WE would remind tlio public that our stock
is quite eomploto in everything pertaining
to our class of goods, and by imtnediato orders
for anything not on hand, wo shall endeavor to
supply an wants lor goous m our line.
mm AND CHUICAL8.
Our theory in regard to buving and selling
medicine is, lirst, n pnro and reliable quality,
nnd then to nuke prices as low as can be afforded.
Iliysieians will Ilnd it for thoir intrrost lo pur
chase their medicines of us. Anything found un
satisfactory we will endeavor to rectify. Any
Surgical Instruments not on hand furnished at
Wo havo alargo assortment consisting in part
of Lubin's genuine Extracts, superior American
Extracts put up in a variety of styles of bottles.
Genuine Farina, Cologne, also cologne by tho
its rsTJjAvcjs : i
rnHE lDHitSIGNEI)is Agent for tho follow
Jt. ing Insurnlico Companies:
Home Insunuicc Coi of Ncir Yorli,
Intcrnationiil Insurance Co., New Yorl
FAltMKIlS ilOWAV FIllR IXSVHAXCK
CO., StOXTl'hUKIl, VT., IX'srilKS
DWKLLIXU JtO USES AXI)
Tho Now York Accidental Inauranco Co.,
This company insuros against accidents and
death resulting'thorcfrom. Circulars furnished
gratis. Application may bo made by letter or
nt my oflico over tho First National Hank, St.
DS-tf V.. A. SOWLES, Agent.
SKINNER & STONE,
MASirrACTf IIE11S OF
'flu, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware,
COOK, PARLOR & BOX STOVES
Japanned &Britannia Ware
Shovels and Tongs,
Sheet Jftnc, Ac., Arc,
Clothes Wringeri, ,
Among our Stovos aro
Stewart's Cooking, l'nrlor and Oflico Stoves
Now King, .
Our I'arlor, ,Ve.,
Sap Fans constantly on hand and mado lo or
dor. Woliavo scoured tho services of Stessra Fnr
(iuott and Nafih, to of tho host Workmen in
Farticular attention paid to lob work.
Hoof Gutters and Conductors put up at short
Work shop first door wost of tho Amcricnu
House SalcH room first door North of George
I'arrar's on Main Street, v. hero wo havo a good
assortment ol tlic aiMjve mcnttoneu gopus.
Also, nt tlio same place, by 1'. G. Sklnuor, tlio
best assortment of
LAMP3 AND CUTLEIIV
In the Countv.
20,000 Daily Skins Wanted
For which the higlu'st cash price will bo paid.
St. Albans, Feb. 21, 1SCG. 102-tf
Wo would invite attention to our stock of Hnir
Brushes, nlso Tooth Brushes. Nnil' Brushes.
Cloth Brushes, Lather Brushes, Flosh Brushes;
r eatner uusters inougn.so nignnow.wo nave a
tow uesiramo K nua.
A good assortment of Eugllsh and American.
All tho popular Hestoratives,
Breck & Wctliorbeo's.
HAVING just relumed from market with a
largo assortment of
FOHEIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
All kinds called for.
A Nico assortment nt low nriccs. A liberal
discount to Merchants, Lawyers and others
wanting a largo quantity.
General Jol)l)er in
Opposite tho American House, Lake Strcot.
JSSt. ikllnrLS, XTox-XMLoatxt
CAPITAL j SSOOjOOO
Insure aaninsl Fire & Marine Risks
Not exceeding $30,000 on any ono Eisk.
Office, No. 66 State Street
(J. W. KUII.V, Sccrrtary.
AAUO.V II. lir.A, Pi rsi.li nt.
Wst. N. BOWEHS,
Apply to A. J. SAMS0N, Agent, St. Albans,
J-UST mSCKIVKD, A
NEW STOCK OF SELECTED TEAS,
LSO ranufacturfr nmt Dealer in
COFFINS AND METALIC BURIAL CASES
Which I Avill sell from ten to twenty per cent,
less than any dealer in St. Albans or Fraukliu Co
Of every description and style desired, from the
cheapest pine to tho most elegant rosewood
Proper clothing and every articlo needful for
the proper interment of tho dead, furnished on
short notice. A Hoarse, built by myself, and
CarraKCs, will bo furnished to myCustomersand
will not bo refused to those unable to hire.
Farticular attention is called to thoso
METALS C CASES,
Which, when properly scaled up, will keep the
remains in a pTfi ct state for months.
Those wishing any of the above mcntii tied
nHlntou will nfl.r nv lir.F.iw, 1i.1.-i aIom-I. ..
call at my Shop and satisfy themselves thai
this is tho place.
si. Aioaus, juiy i, ibijo. 7l-lv
nilOWN AND HLIUCnHD COTTONS
GENTS' FURNISHING QOODS, , . ,
- Broad Clotlis,
" ' Cloaks,
;.., Cloakincs, .
StAS Cloak. TiiAimiup,, f A j J f
. giVankce Notions, Ac. ,
j a bji i . . - , . n
It is a most delightful Hair Dressing.
It eradicates scurf and dandruff.
It keeps tho head cool and cloan.
It makes tho hair rich, soft and clossv.
It prevents hah turning (jrny nnd falling off
It restores lialron prematurely bald heads.
ThisUjust what Lyon's Kathairoii will do. It
is Ill'ettV it Ih (Ownii ilnrnliln. If 1m lilorntlt
sold by iho car-load, and yet its almost incredi-
mo ucmauu is uauy liicroaslng, until tlicro is
hardly a country storo that doeb not keep it, or
a iiiuiuy inai noes not use it.
V .'I'limi au i.vnv ni.n,!f w v
Kurulouu Siuinu AVuttr.'sold bv al Driltr.
TOBACCO AND SNUFF.
A cood assortment of Goodwin's Chowlncand
Smoking Tobacco, and Larrillard's Maccoboy
and Scotch Sunt).
Tea and Coffee.
Vut unity Ar Sliowo A Co.. of Boston. Oontr Ar
Showo is a native Chinaman and takes great
pains in fiiruishinghis agents with achoicoartic
clo, All Tea warranted.
A choice assortment of tlio nicer kinds. Also
Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Congress, Emniro and
llnnV UnrUir. WMn. TW,. Utl,L Cl.l.'ll.l
Ia.uvu '...'H i.u.v., .ju uiaiLii, nniVTil'
tuB, Kerosene Oil, Turpcntino, Ac, Ac.
A Boon to the Sick
OP THE Y0KLD.
TTUUJIOXT C'UXTUAIi AND fcUI.MVAN
ComnionoliK? Juno 4, 1800.
TltAtXS OOI.NO BOtttll ASH TMT
I.eavo St. Albans at (1.10 a. in., 8.10 a. jn 12
ni., 7:H0p. m. '
Mail Train loaves House's Point at 4:30 a. in.,
receives asscngers fiom Ogdensburgli 11. H
and connecting nt Whilo Hiver Junction nnd Bel
lows Falls with trains for Boston. Wnrcri(i.i-.
Springfield, ntid ami with trnina on l'assumpslo
H. 1!., ariivcH nt New York at 10.45 p. m.
Steamboat Hxpress leaveH -Mont real at C-.no a.
m., for Burlington, Lake Georgo, Saratoga, Hut-
ln.,.1 Trt.. All. A... ...! V..... V..l.
el..,., "luiun iiii.i mm, uiiiiiieciing
at Burlington with Lake Chainplnfii Steamers
and Hutlaud Hoad.
Day Fxpross leaves Montreal at 8.30 n. m., 81.
Johns at 10:00 a. in.. Ogdensburgli at 6:00 a. in.,
House's Point at 10:15 a. in., lor Boston, Ac., ur
living in Boston, via. Lowell nt 10:!10p. m.
Night I'xpross leaves Ogdensburgli at 11,30 a.
m., Montreal at 3:30 p. in., Honso's Point at C.45
p. in., St. Johns at 1:45 p. in., arriving at Boston
at 8.10 a. m., connecting at, Bellows Falls with
Cheshlro Hoad for Boston nnd Worcester nnd
with Vermont Valley Haihoad for flpringllold, Ac,
and arriving in NcwVork at 12.30 p. m.
TltAINH 00t.N0 NOllTII AN!) WIOT
Leavo St. Aldans at COO a. m., 10.65 a. ni., 0:11
p. ni. and 8.2,")p. in..
Day Hxpress leaves Boston via. Iwiwcll 8.00 n,
m. for Burlington, St. Albans, and Montreal,
arriving at Montreal at 0:30 p. m., and Ogdens
burgli nt 1 a. m.
Mall Tram leaves Boston via Lowell, at 7:00
a. m., via Ijiwrene and Fitchburg at 7.80 a.m.,
Hpritigtlold at 7:15 a. in., for Burlington, St. Al
bans, .Montreal and ORdonsburgh.
The train leaving Boston via. Fitchburgh at
iSSO a. in., and Springtleld at 7.15 a. m., connect
at White Hiver Junction with Dav Kxiiress Traill.
Accommodation Train leaves Northfield at 7.50
a.m., ami lturllngtoii at 8.45 a.m., for St. Albans
Honso's Point. Ac.
Night Express leaves Bellows Falls at 10.00 p,
in., roceiving patwengers from Vermont Valley
Hailrond, leaving New York nt 12.15 p. in., atid
from Cheshire ltailroad, leaving Boston at 5:30
p. m., connecting at White Hiver Junction with
train leaving Boston at 6:30 p. in., for Burling
ton, House's Point, Montreal and Ogdensburch,
connecting with Grand Trunk Trains for tho
Sleeping cars aro attached to both thonlgbl
Express trains running between St. Albans and
iioston, aim ht. Allinns and Springfield.
Through tickets for Chicago and tho Wcsl for
sale at the principal stations.
O. MEIIHILL, Sup.
St. Albans, June 4, 1860.
jJ-OUTIIintX HAILKOAD. "
WINTER AllKANGEMEN r-1804-8.
On nnd after Monday, Nov. 14, 18C1, Passenger
Trains will run as follows :
Dav r.xpross Train loaves Concord al O.SS a.
m., for Whilo Hiver Junction, connecting with
trains for Montpelior, Burlington, House's Point,
Montreal, Ac, nnd with Ogdensburch and Grand
Trunk Hnilroads, for the West.
i Jtail rrain leaves Concord at 10.45 a. m., for
i White Hi for Junction, connecting with train for
. Wells Hiver, St. Johnsbury, Barton, Newport,
! WiUiughby and Magog Lakes, Stanstead, Bath,
I Littleton, and Lancaster; also, with trains for
Montpelier, Burlington. St. Albans, House's Point,
Montrula, Ogdensburgli, and the West.
, Bristol Train leaves Concord at 3.30 p. in., for
! Franklin and Bristol.
Evening Express Train leaves Concord al 8.16
ti. m., lor unite niver Junction, connecting with
irains for Montpelior, Burlington, St. Albans,
House's Point, Montreal, Ogdousburgh, and the
Or on arrival of trains from Bostoii.Worccster,
Portsmouth, Portland, Ac.
Morning Express Train leaves Whito River
Junction for Concord at 1.15 a. m., or on arrival
of train from Ogdousburgh and Alontroal. On
Mondays at 0.25 instead of 1.15.
Bristol Train leaves Bristol for Concord at 8
a. m., and Franklin at 9.12 a. m.
Mail Train leaves Whito Hiver Junction for
Concord at 12.15 p. m., or on arrival of trains
over the Vermont Central, Passumpsio, nnd
White Mountains Hailroads.
Day Express Train leaves Whito Hiver Junc
tion at 4.otf p. in., or on arrival of trains from
Montreal and Ogdensburgli, Brattleboro', Keonc,
Bellows Falls, 'Windsor, Ac, connecting at Con
cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell
These trains connect at Concord with trains
for Manchester, Lawrence, Portsmouth, Port
land, Nashua, Worcester, New York, Lowell, am'
Ttrwlnn OV3T nil' CTt' I IIVU t :.
. . . nmt - -
Manufacturer and Deak.ritl
lollms and Burial
In Voml nml Stclol
'iiaue. f ,) k
He will furnish Ooiuii Trimming, f . .
NAME-rLATES. "8" "I Ml V
and ovcrylbing required at short n. t ,
reasonable prices. '
funerals attended with hv.r. , .
recently purchased at Troy, N. s. ,
wHl be found to be as elegant an rail ! ,
tlio citlos. Charges will be moderat.
Applv to tho subscriber at his wr. 1
Main Street, or at his shop on
nl 1.1- . :.i ,.
a, wo looiuuiuii uii mo corner ,,f v
St. Albans. July 12, 1S0I. . '
QS UA.V1) YET,
The snbseribor begs leave t., ,nr ,
sjens or this jdace and vieinitv, that h '
fill for tho patronago they have R,T u ,'
wishes tho continuance of the sai
Ho keeps on hand a large and ,'01111, t.
inent of ' u
consisting In part of rich S..fus, I ., S.T
Auiiges, r.asy, hock, ami ParlnrClm ,
ished in oil; cane and wood co-.i hln ,
evory variety ; Centra, Card, Snip. tl j r
tension Tables; marble-top t uamb, s .,
of black walnut, flnish. d 111 ,i) jj."
Husk, and Excelsior Matras.s
Feathers, What-Nots, Hat Trtcs,
4c,, Ac, Ac.
PILLS AM SALVE,
Concord, N. II., Nov. 10, 1801.
JTO.V AM) VT.
V ho would not lto beautiful ? Who would not
add to thoir beauty ? What gives that marble
purity and (h'Jfiiiync appearance wo obscrvo up
on tho stage, and In tho city bello ? It is 110
longer a secret. Thoy uso Hagan'M Magnolia
iMiui. jiscouiinueu uso removcM tan, irecKles,
pimples aud roughness from tho faco and hands,
and leaves tho complexion smooth, transparent,
bloominc and ravishim;. Unliko nmnv riwni. t.
ics, it contains no material injurious to tho skin.'
Any jjraggist v,iu oruer h lor you, if not at
umiu, uv uti eis, tier 001110.
W. E. IIAGAN, Troy, N. Y., Chemist.
JJKMASJIAJtXKS&CO., Wholesale Ajt$, X. Y.
nuruiogu niu ing mcr, sold by all Drug-
WEAD & DUREN.
SI. Albans, Nov., 18C5. 5G-ly
LOWER THAN EVER!
keep constantly on hund
Corn and Oitt TVXenl,
I'leaso call and examine quality and prices.
HHECK 1c WETHEHBEE.
if fod oc-
That Noble Animal, Tlio
WILL be the better every way
casionUy a spoonfull of
ALDEN S CONDITION POWDERS
They will euro most of tho diseases to which
horses and cattle are liable, incroaso tho an.
petito and spirits, and, with respectable groom-
'ut;i K,YB origin, glossy appearance to tlio
hair. Thcv aro tlio renuH of nrtnal ami lain.
continued experiment, are prepared with the ut
most caro.from tho very best material, and guar-
Aiuuou siiy supenor 10 anytuing Known. Jlauy
Vermont geutlenton, ovwura of flno horsoa, buy
them by the dozen, und givo ihem freely,
cuuseiiueuce. uieir nortica aru alwayi
couniuonana tpuits, and renuikablo for their
raooth, shiniitp coats. For sale by merchants
every where. L. I.. Untrhcr & Son, Kt. AU
I.' " jemnB, nanies uo..
New York, John V. Henry A. Co., Walerbury, Yt..
" UWVWMAV J(UI ( II
ON Tuesday, July 10h and21lh, wo will deliver
Canada Salt at tha St. Albana Depot, for 70
Gi per ouanei, UDei ai terras oucreu 10 purcuin
'at cfjttgt quantities. WALKER BROS.
BITS SIS QXTOI
KiiosburgU Fnlls,; Vt.
IleiUlstrCet'B Inimitnllt.. Ilntr r'Atnrlno ! r,(,t
dyo. AUiiiitanlauoous dyes aro composed of
tunnr cnuic, auu more or loss destroy tho vi
tality of thp hair. This is tho original Hair
Curling, and haa been growing in favor over
twenty years, u restores gray hair to its oriel
nai color tty graaual absorptiou. in a most ro-
inarkabloiiiaiiuer. It is also a Itoautifubhair
ilrCHsing. Bold in two si es SO eonta and
nuy auaeaiere. u. "KtUSiTllJilJT, Chemist.
"i1""!. wr, gom oy all urug'
milE UNDEHSIGNEB having this day formed
X a copartnership under the stylo of
KENT t JimSBY JiliOS.,
For tho manufacture of
Would rcsncctfullv inform tho citizens of Frank
lin County and vicinity, that they will havo
constantly on hand a large supply of
i-s'wi AC lit
and -Fancy Clolhs,
These Life-giving remedies are now giving 1
publicity to the world. For over (matter of a
century of privato practico tho ingredients of
Tilb-GHvinnr 3? ills I
Have been used with the greatest success. Their
mission is not only to prevent disease, but to
cure. They search out t!io various maladies by
which the patient is suffering, and re-invigorates
tho whole system. To the aged and infirm
a few doses of thoso valuable I'lLIJS will provo
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For in overv caso thcv add now lifo and vitality
and restore tho waning energies to their pristine
btato. To'tho young and middlo-agcd, thov will
provo most invaluable, as a readv, specillc, and
sterling medicine. Here is a dream realized,
tuai i'onc-(lo-l.eoii, sought for threo hundred
years ago, and never found. Ho looked for a
lountain mat woum restore tho old to vjgor and
maao youtu ever
An Eternal Spring !
It was left for this day and hour to realizo the
dream, and show iu ouo glorious fact the magic
that mado it fair.
Tlieso Famous Remedies
Cannot stay tho flight of years, but they can
force back, and hold aloof, diseases that might
triumph over the aged and tho young. Let nono
hesitate, then, bnt seizo tho favoiyihto opportuni
ty that offers. When taken as prescribed
FOR BILLIOUS DISORDERS
Nothing can bo moro productive of euro than
thes3 Fills. Their almost magic influenco is
felt at onco; and tho usual concomitants of this
most distressing disease aro removed, Thcso
rcmodies aro mado from tho purest
Thov will Tint linrm Dm miMit .lnli.ln fnn,ln
and can bo given with good oflcct in prescribed
doses to the youngest babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all emntlons!of tho akin, tho SALVE is mnul
juvaiuaoio. it noes not ucai externally alone,
but penetrates with tho most searching effects
10 1110 very root 01 uiu ovui
HOME 0U11ED HAMS.
Call and examine our Stock beforo purchasing
elsewhere. Highest market prico paid for coun
WEEKS A REYNOLDS.
Lake Stroct, St, Albans, April 12, 18C0. i)3-tf
A NEW CANDIDATE
For public favor is found in
IRVING S CEDAR PLASTER,
Lton'b Extiuct or Fuse Jammca GiNarn
for Indigestion;' Nauea,' HeartburnfSlck
Headache. Cholera iiorbus, Flatulency, Ac
totioro a warmiiiL' stimulant is riMiiilrcd. t
careful preparation and entiro purity. makes it a
Brutog Hjuing wltr, Bold by aU Drug-
A STltO.VO AD1IES1VK KA1.VK,
For drcssinir ami hpnlliiL' all kinds of Cut
WllltOMlX aiKl FlinCV Check FlannClS, J""1?.' A never failing remedy for pain
J ' j Back, Client, Sido, and Limbs; Bnuses,
Which thoy will sell or oxchaugo for wool at rea
sonable rales. And Wool Producers. Cloth Deal
ers, and the public generally may rolv upon so-
tful preparation and entiro purity makes it a e""B as gotHl cloth from ns as can lto mado lu
ap ami reliable articlo for oulin'ary purposes; thU 'vicinity; and 'utU'rontructs in. payment for
1 everywhere, at 00 cents per bottle. Ask wol will be 'promptly aifd" lib'nestly fiiilllled.
"Lyon's Furo Extract. Tako no other. II. A. KENT.
JI. II. BESSEY,
M. U. BESSEY,
Cracked Hands, Ague iu the Face, Corns, Local
llhrumatic 1'alns, Ac, Ac. Cuts and Wounds
un jiorsea ana uattle,
'Where IhU l'liiuter It applliil P11I11 tun
Sold by Merchants generally, I. L. Duicli
er & Son, 1'roprictors; Demas, Banies A Co.,
ora, jonn I', licnry wo., liaicruury. i.
wholesale agent. 77-tf
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
IitvmlnUl)' Cure the following DUeutcsi
remaleCamplainls, lver and Ague,
Iwness of Spirits,
air Xn.lrc-Vnno 1 Reason.
v.i . ? . ,u;"u uot tno en.
at 25 cents per ltox or pot. -"ua
L. U DUl'CIIEIt A SONS. Atrent-
St. Albans, Vt.
EVTI..V.MI AM) IHIltl.I.VC
- VALLEY HAILHOAI).
On and after Monday, Juno 2Cth, 1SOI, trains
will mn a follows, viz :
JIOVINO SOUTH AVD E.18T.
Leave Burlington at 9:00 a. m., 12:00 in., 1.23
p. in., and 9:15 p. in. Arrivo at Rutland at 11:15
u. in., u.m i. in., i:m n. in., and n. ni.
Leave Hutland at 12:15 p. m.. 5:30 p. in., and
12:40 p. m. Arrive at Bellows Falls at 2:23 p.
m., U: 45 p. m., and 3:00 p. m.
Leavo lldlows Falls at 2.30 a m., 7:55 am.,
and 3:10 p.m. Amvo at Brattleboro' at 3:20
p. m., 10:00 a. m., and 1:00 p. m.
SIOVTNO .VOUTII AND WEST.
Leavo Brattleboro at 10:30 a. m., 4:40 p. in.,
and 8:67 p. m. Arrive at Bellows Falls at 11. -23
a. in., 5:35 p. m., and 9:50 p. m.,
Leave Bellows Falls at 11:10 a. m., 5:45 p, m.,
and 10.00 p. m. Arrive at Hutland at 1:15 p. in.,
8:13 p. in., and 12:15 a. in.,
Leavo Hutland at 1:30 p. m., 0:00 a. m., 5-20
p. in., and 12:40 a. in. Arrivo at Burlington
1.20 p.m., 8:45 a. in., 7:55 p.m., and 3:15 p.m.,
TRAINS CONNECT .VS FOLLOWS :
ttv AtHurlington with Boats on Lako Chain
plain and eniioiit Central and Vermont and
Canada Hailroads, for Jlontpelier, St. Albans,
I ouse s Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgli, and tho
west. At Hutland with trains for Troy, Albany
and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady,
and tho West. At HeliniTs Falls with trains on
Cheshiro ltailroad for Fitchburgh, Worcester,
Lowell, and Boston. With Vt. Valley ltailroad
for Brattleboro', Spriuglleid, Hartford, New Ha
ven, and Now York-ami with Sullivan ltailroad
for VWndsor, "White Hiver Junction, Wells Hiver,
tii .?olin8b"ryt Newport, Littleton, and tho
Passengers for tho West will ilnd this a cheap,
pleasant, and expeditious routo.
FOB TICKETS, and aU necessary information,
cnipiiro at the Offices on tho lino.
t, , , GEO. A. MEHRILL, Supt.
Hutlaud, Jnno 21, 18G5. itf.
A full assortnif nt of
BEDSTEADS AND TUCKKlfa SHUM,!.
Bottoms, Bureaus, Tables, Smis, A,- . r, u.
top, Fancy, and Ham Jlirrnrs &s w 1
(lilt, and BlickWaliintMnuldiiUH. 1
ever)- variety of stjlca, fur
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES. A. .
Albans, Vt., M'8l l3-" lrd. i
HUNYAN'S HIMSELF AGAIN!
WOULD announco to tho publio that I havo
rented tlio room in tho
TODI HOUSE BLOCK,
Formetly occupied as a Barber's Shop, fitted it
up In handsomo stylo, and removed my stock of
goods into tho sanio.
QUICK SALES AXI) SHALL M0FITS
Is now moro thin over our motto.
In short, all may rest assurod that by calling
on me thoy will get
Watches and Jowelry repaired on short notice
by experienced Workmen.
A. II. MUNVAN.
(JiQA A MOSTm AGENTS wanted for
wU J six entirety new articles, lust out. Ad
dress O. T. OAK BY, City Uullding, Blddeford,
The American Cookhig Stoic
FOR WOOD OR COAL,
rilHE ltest in the world; has tal ' 'i
JL. premiums wherever exhibited.
er first class stoves in lfU2-G3-fl p .
lies cannot keep hired help without .
their kitchen. Hired girlei' aav Hi
work for one dollar a week wb n tt t
American Cooking Stove, than fn 1
whon they uso somo other kind. l ii-
AdrnHner says the great "tily '
yet found to the Stove is that we
V ife will love it better th.ilt sbi c
We ask over ltody to call and si i tl
American Cookjng Stove, and mil. r
vent your buying one, fur th y sat. i
and temper. We kc p Hit In t f--
the lowest prices. Ktovca fnn) I!
dollars each. Stoves that run i' ''
ectal.and without heating the room (ao'' -
Stoves all sizes, shapes and grades At
TIN WARE, HOLLOW WARE,
And everything usually kept in firrt w
Stovo Store. Come and teo us aud bay " "
can't do better. ,
McGlWAS 4 '
Main Street, No. 1 Block, one door wstl
1st .National Bank.
St. Albans, Jnly, 1SC6.
G. B. SfflTH,
Retail Dealer in.
HATS, CAPS, &
Buffalo aud Fancy Sleigh Robes, Tar 0reo.
Ladies' Dress Furs, Fur and Buck f t!
-Mittens, Valises, Umbrellas. Trt
cling Bags, Trunks, Ac., !
KiiiRiium mock, St. Albans, .
CASH PAID, FOrTsHIPPING FURS.
107-tf GILBERT D. SMITH
IO HUAI.I.U THE ltKCr.XT KCI-IE
Get Prices at Walker Bros.
ron the roixowixa
Sugars, Brown and Whito-fuU
Teas, Oolong, Green and Japanese
Syrups, Molasses, from fair to extra.
Fish-ovcry kind-Salnion Trout.
Bluo atid Whito Fisii, i on
Flour-Fresh Ground-three hundred Ve"'
common to extra.
Vermont Fork-our on-n packing-
Brooms, Starch, Saloralus, Vin(?r-
Tobaccos-Plug Jand Fine Cut,
Wooden Ware, Soaps-Common and CioW'
.. . v
Stratt'on'sVeast, Mustard, Spices,
Tho above is offered to Uio Mlj
clnity, in lots to suit, for cl VfcEi, jiliO
Country I'roduco, by A joi-.l