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KrWiiy, Sept. 1, 1807.
News. Our friends In the sovsral towns
'.ni and ndjoinlnff countlos will confer a
'B t fitor by euintlus " all lt'in 'f local now
''ycomoiui'lcr tllrtlr observation. Con
Jt .hoiild, in fill casus, givo thoir names,
neccrssarily for lubHcAti.in, but an a guaran
"". j kith. No matter about Ibo form of
contributions -givo tbo "subject mat
L'r ml wowillp.it it into shape.
. BTT to AuTi:ntisi:iia. Tbu Tuansc-mpt
Aniblo tbo circulation In St. Albans of
t njiKT printed in tbo State. Its circulation
i "rirKlly Increasing throughout Franklin and
fine Meetiko. There wns n good
lltcaanco nt tho corporntioti meeting
lDMou1ny evening, ovor which Brad
M Barlow. Esq., prctmled. Mr. U. F.
tNuTord, nflttr fitutiug tho importnuco
f securing protection ngninst lire, in
irodaccd the following resolution:
TliAt a tnx of thirty cents on the
loltor of tho Grnnd List of tho corpor
ation bo nssossed and collected forth
with for the purposo of piocuring u
snitiiblo fire engine nnd furniture coin
r,ttc hose nnd hose emt, lire hook
inJ lacMers; nlso for tho purpose of
di.nmg mon '"rfio wt)1's thnn wo now
Ij"vo in htiitnhlo locntioua; tho RUtn
lliui tniseil to he expended iti the most
.mnoiniciil innuner by tho TiUbIcus
auJ Fire Wardens, for snul purposes.
Mr L. Binghiitn moved Hint tho re-
,utKn he nmended by substituting
Sftv cents "n the dollnr in tho plnce of
thirty cents on tho dollnr lost.
Jlr. E- A. Sowlco thon moved to
utacml by substituting forty cents on
tUe dollar. Curried. Tho resolution
was further nmended by giving tho
Tmstces authority "to procure n suita
ble place- for housing snid cngino nnd
appurtenances, nnd ndoptod. Tho
r.oetitig then dissolved.
Messrs. Smith & Foster have
opened a branch clolhing-storo in tho
n,w Monitor Block," on Lako Street,
r .ently builded by Mr. J. It. Arming
ton ivlnch is well stocked with n good
election of clothing nnd furnishing
go,,Js. Mr. Foster has charge of the
f'.ure in Darrow Block, nnd Mr. Smith
is ' master of ceremonies" of tho Lako
-Quito n largo quantity of butter
as broiiL'ht to town on Tuesday. It
" 0 w
t i(l from 20 to 33 cunts, according to
New Houbo to lot on England
Street seo ndvertisomcnL
Mr. L. B. S. Clark, an old and re
spected citizen of St. Albans, commit
teJfluicido Sunday afternoon, by cut
tiDR his throat with a jack-knife. He
in found near tho hoji-non by his
3ife who summoned assistnnco when
.io was removod to tho houso. Dr.
Branch vas sent for, who, on cxnmiu
atin, !"wd that ho had cut his throat
jii turn places ono cut half scvoring
tin HJidpipe. Every thing was dono
i rMr Chirk that medical nid could
J but to no purpose. Ho lingered
"inM die next day nt 10 o'clock p. in.
man insensiblo condition, when he
dirl For some timo pat the decens-
ii has exhibited signs of Dnrtinl in--wily
Although in good circnni
t ances ho has imagined that ho and
bis family were in danger of tho poor
house. Mr. Clark's funeral took place
from his residenco ou Wednesday at
3 o clock p. ni.
- - -
Tlia Gcuoral Term of tho Supremo
Court of Vermont for 1SG7. will bo
leld at Montpelier on tho first Tues
day November next.
h W. Bwdfleh .fcCo, will sell at
Auction every evening this -week andlyounds
Tuesday afternoon next, cottons, wool
ens, an l prints, at their storo opposite
Tho Congregational Society of
Sheldon havo voted their pastor, Rev.
W B, Toluuau. a six months' vaca-
jwn, m order that ho may recruit
health Mr. Tolman will spend
Wl and winter at tho wost.
The Old Allcglianlans.
A OIIEAT MUMCAL TllCAT. TllC CClc-
rated Alleghanians, Vocalists and
S'ss Boll Ringers, lately returned
"Win a toUr through Europe, whoro
lhey have been visited by tho nobility,
"winding tho Queen of England nnd
val "nmily, aro coming to our vil
"ge. They will appear this (Friday)
v(eng, Sept. 13th.
fho following is an oxtract from a
'et'er written by Rev. J. Griflitli Dunn,
wetor of St. Paul's Church. Tiiuidad.
frM ,i Jamaica, Wost Indies:
' ,! Piocos ol.ejtod woro chasto, as
irURtJ ftW Pflrfprno;) by these
e If ialod clltl,-autcr. Ahoyo all oth
iecfii,pi n r a.mil8enont8, musio should
ooin . H llbonU patronngo of ovory
not ' ,muty' 118 b"iS inUuoneo Btop
tho I w,tu nmusemont, but tunes
Pur. , nna olings for a highor,
pren'' nd..moro lasting onjoyment. It
Ple.Par8 tho redolent nliko for roli-
L,i d?votio and for tho moro re
l,iH onJoymeut8 of social and domes-
on .It. In !his 1'ght tho Alleghanians
a4nt y com,uanil tho rospect
fSrM a council convened nt tho Con
gregntional church in St. Albans, on
Thursday of last week, tho Itov. J. Q.
Bittinger wm dismissed, nt his own
request, on account of ill henllh. Mr.
Bittinger preached his farowell Bcr
niou Sundny forouoou. It was nn
nblo production, nnd wna nttontivoly
listened to by n largo congregation.
Sr.cnr.TAiY Stanton in St. Alaans,
Edwin M. Stanton, cx-Sccrotary of
Wnr, has beon spending n fow days
in St. Albans, tho guest of Hon. J.
Gregory Smith. There has been no
public demonstration on tho part of
our citizens, as tho Secrotnry declined
it At 2 o'clock, Monday nftomoon,
quite n number of tho members of the
legal frntcrnity, paid their respects to
him in a Jbody, 'and met with n cor
dial reception. From 7 to 10 o'clock
in tho evening tho hnndsonio resi
dence of Gov. Smith was thrown open
to nil who desired to cnll on Mr. Stan
ton. A largo number of our citizens,
us well ns some from tho adjoining
towns, nvnilcd themselves of tho Gov
ernor's invitation. Secrotnry Stanton
sneaks in very cautious tones of our
national difficulties; nnd says that the
newspaper roports in regard to disson
tions nnd ruptures in tho Cabinet are
not nlways reliable. Mr. Stanton'B
health, we nro glad to know, is im
i . -
Goi.dkn Wiidwso. "Wo undoistnnd
Hint tho Hon. llnnnon Northrop, of
Fairfield, will celebrnto tho GOth anni
versary of his marringo, ou tho lGth
of next month. We wish him ns much
prosperity iu coming years us ho has
boon blest with in tho past.
Montoomeiiy. On Tuesday of Inst
week, a house, barns and outbuildings,
belonging to Baptesto Loinbry, on tho
West Hill, was destroyed by firo. Loss
On tho 2Gth ult., n son of John
Rushford, aged G years, died of dys
entery, and on tho day following two
more of the samo family died of tho
John Meigs, of St. Albans, has
purchased Henry Robinson's farm of
M0 acres, in the north part of Geor
gia, paying for tho samo $0,000.
Tuk Faii: at BicnronD. The annual
fciir of tlio Franklin County Union
Agricultural Society, to bo held at
Bichford on tho 19th, promises to be
very successful. Thoro will be, tho
&nlind says, two horse races, a foot
raco and n bng rnco.
Tho first rno will bo for n purse of
$30-$20 to first nnd $10 to second
best horse milo hents, best three in
fivo. Ojm;r to all trotting horses
owned within tlio four towns repre
sented iu the Society. This aud the
bag rnco for $5 will take place on
tho first day of tbo Fair.
Ou tho second day there will bo a
running race for $2G $1G to first and
$10 to second best horse half milo
dash, best 3 iu five. Open to all horses
owned within tho four towns within
tho limits of the Society. This aud
tho foot race will take place nftor tho
In all races an entry feo of 10
cent, will be charged.
C. B. Hitchcock, tho noted wood
chuck hunter, of Sandgate, is slaugh
tering a largo number of tho 'varmints'
this season, haviug already killed up
wards of 1G0.
S. W. Monroe, tho representative
elect from Shaftsbnry, weighs 320
On Tuesday ovening of last week,
while helping to firo a saluto over tho
result of tho election in this County,
Isaac Morton, of Bennington, was
quite severely injured by tho prema
ture explosion of a cannon.
R. D. Hamlin, of Bennington, has
in his possession a bound volumo of a
paper printed in Essex, Mass., 100
Tho Methodist Society of St. Johns
bury, aro repairing thoir church edi
fice. Tho first congregational church in
St. Johnsbury, (Contro villago) has
extended call to Rov. Edward T.
Fairbanks of that placo, to becomo its
pastor; and tho installation will tako
placo ot an early day.
Complete returns fiom tho County
show tho election of E. K. Hard as
Senator by 429 plurality ovor J. S.
Adams, and L. B. Englesby State's
Attornoy by 100 ovor fl. H. Talcott.
0. P. Gatoa, of Cambridge, has sold
Jiis fmo pair of chestnut "fivo year
plde," to Edward Malloy, a prominent
and wealthy merchant, of Now Haven,
Ct., for $1,200. Tho horsos woro
raised in Sutton, Canada, and wero
sired by "Columbus."
Tho Annual Fair of tho Rutland
County Agricultural Society will bo
TTrlTC -VIERMOlSrT TKAjSTSORIPT.
hold September 25th, 20th, and 27th.
The Sojitcmbor Torm of tho County
Court will commence its session on
Tho l'ost Offico building in Rutland
is being renovated.
There wero sent from Barton depot
during the month of August, 812 tubs
of butter, or 38,102 lbs. On last Mon
daywhich is tho first week in Sep
temberthere wore sent 3G5 tubs, or
Tho Barton Standard says:
Mr. John Hall, father of Johu G,
Hall, of this town, and nged 85 years,
has voted sixty-three years voting
tho Whig and Republican tickets ovcry
time. A man Who has voted tho whig
ticket so many times as that, must bo
about as near perfect as is possiblo to
bo in this life.
Mr. Elijah Stone, of Glover, week
beforo last caught a "Salomon" trout
in that town, that woighed 1G5 lbs.
Tho September Term of tho County
Court commenced on Tuesday, Judgo
Woodbury is tho banner town in
Washington County this year, having
increased its majority of Governor -10
votes, and elected a good Republican
Major Round.i was elected reprecon
tativo of Chester by the highly com
plimentary vote of 210 majority.
A notico of application has been
published to bo iiindo to Legislature
for tho union of Windsor nnd West
Chnrles R. Clemont, Into deputy
county clork, has accepted a clerkship
in the office of General Superintendent
Willinms of thn Pennsylvania Central
Railroad, at Altoona.
William Stone, of Bellows Falls, has
voted in town 51 consecutive years,
and has never been absont from tho
polls at March meeting, Freeman's
meeting, or Presidential o'ection.
Wallace W. Wilson has growing in
his garden, in West Dummcrston, a
beet, grown from tho seed planted last
spring, which has thrown up a seed
stalk or top 6 feet G inches tall, and
tho beet is 15 iuches in circumference
whero it comes above the ground.
Thero was some strifo in London
derry for representative, nnd threo
ballots wero had beforo a choice was
They voted in Athens, till 2 o'clock
Wcdncsda' morning, beforo making
any choice for representative, when A.
A. Wvman was elected.
dof The means should bo raised for
such an object as educating tho or
phans of our gallant soldiers and -sai
lors within ono month. Let all who
aro ablo respond, and it might bo dond
in a week. Let all who bavo no dis
position for chirity, but simply want
pictures and want to purchase whero
they enn bo had for tho least money,
buy of tho Washington Library Com
pany of Philadelphia, and moro than
enough might bo icalized in a very
short time. Head advertisement.
"Husbands Love your Wives," and givo
them Flantation Hitters 'when they aro Buffering
from Nervousness. General Debility. Faintness,
Spasmus, or any of tho thousand aud one dis
eases to wut'li tne wcaKcr sex is uauio. uaviug
yourselves experienced tho benctlt of their use,
extend the Meaning to others. This invaluable
tonic will ihaso Hypochondria or tho lllues
givo toue to tho damaged nervous system gent
ly stimnl languid secretions dispel vapors
a'nd ennui, and generally build up tho worn
constitution For each Sox and all ages It is a
gcntlo stimulant and a refreshing rordial. Mil
lions of buttles aro hold daily all over the world.
Maosocba. Wateh. A delightful toilet articlo
superior to Cologne, sua at nair tno pneo.
At Ocdonshiirch. N. Y.. Wednesday. Sent. 11
!Sfi7 i-r Hov. L. Merrill Miller, at tho residence
of 0ebridc's brother, William. Hill, Esq., J. H.
Osnoojf, of St. Albans, Yt., and Miss Etta M.
TlinULL, or Oovcrneur, r. .
Or. 'VItiir' IlaUnm ofAVilil Cherry.
Whero this articlo is known it is a work of
superogation to say ono word in its favor, so
well is it established as an unfailing remedy for
coughs, colds, bronchitis, croup,, whooping
cough, asthma, diseases of tho throat, chest and
Lungs, as well as that most dreaded of all dis
eases, consumption, which high medical author
ity has pronounced to bo a curablo dlscaso
Thcso who havo used this romcdy know its val
ue; thoso who havo not, havo but to make a sin
glu trial to bo satisfied tbat of all others it is tno
From the Wife of Samuel JTvrrian, Esq.
Joiinsos. Yt.. Anrll 1. 1BC0.
1 ravine been troubled with Uronchitls for
bcvcral years, attended with a cough, occasion!
miito severe, I at length Baw Dr. Wistar'a Hal
Ham of Wild Cherry advertised as being a euro
.iir. T whh therefore induced to try it. and dc
rivo much relief from it, especially when my
comiilaint is attended with a cold. It seems to
Ihi tfio only patent modieino tbat rclloves my
cough at all. airs. ji. r. .ui.uiu.wn.
JoiinsoX, Yt., Feb. 20. 1851).
K. W. Fowle A- Co.. Hostox. -I feel it mv du
ty to mako known to tho world tbo wonderful
eflleaov of vour Wistai's Ualsam of Wild Cherry.
I or twenty 5 ears 1 was soreiy amiciod wmi ine
Phthisic, and previously to union the Halsam
wax nronounced hv the physicians incurable.
Two or threo bottles afforded mo a good deal of
relief, and as many moro completely restored
mo. and for two years past 1 navo 1101 nan tno
least return of that painful complaint.
Prepared by KETH W. FOWLE A HON. 18
TrcmontSt., Boston, and for salo by Druggists
It Is well
DISEASES!, miOFULA, UL
CEUS, if 6'.
known that tho benefits derived
from drinking of tho Congress, Saratoga and
other celebrated Srings is principally owing to
tho Iodine they contain.
Dr. II. Amlrrs' IodluelVuti'r
Contains Iodino in tho samo pure stato tbat it is
found in these spring waters, but over 600 per
cent, moro in quantity, containing as it docs 1 J
grains to oach lluid ounco, dissolved in pnro wa
tcr, without a solvaut, a discovery long sought
for, in this country aud Kurono, and is tbo best
remedy in tho word for Scrofula, Cancers, Salt
Ithcum. Ulcers, and all Chronio Diseases.
Dr. II, Anders' Iodino Water Is for salo by J.
F. Dinsmoro, Ufl Dey Street, Now York, ami by
Druggists generally, 181-lw
"It Worlc's Like a Charm."
Itenne s 1'ain-KilllnK Maglo Oil mirtH Head
Hciino's Fain-Killing Magio Oil cures Xootb
Kcnno'g Fain-Killing Magio Od cures Neural-
llonno's Fain-Killing Maglo Od cures Cliolera
S n'mio's Fain-Killing Magic Oil cnri Itbcu
inatlurn, ltenno's Fain-Killing Magic Oil cures Lame-
'"ftciine'H Fain-Killing Maglo Oil cures Sl.in
Homo folks seem to bo proud of telling bow
"lametbeir Hbouldcrs aro" of my crick In tbo
bark" or, "I bavo got tbo Hulattea" -and do
ligbtln br.ifl.rinK tbat "nothing ean-uro mo .'
but when wu get such "awful rolks" to uso
Hectic's Fain-Killing Magic Oil, faithfully, wo
not only euro their lameness and charm away
their pains, but we actually tako all that kind of
"brag out of them I', and they frankly own up
and say, "It works like a charm !"
Bold by all Druggists, Merchants and firoccte.
Sido proprietor and manufacturer, Fitlsliold,
rpiIK (I KM AT xui.SA.Ci: of tho season
JL mav be got rid of effectually, by using
DCTt'llKU'8 LIGHTNING FLY KILLfcH, tho
old, original, and only valunble Fly Killer, hav
ing immediate results, and easy to use. Dcwaro
of imitations, which can be bought for almost
nothing, and are offered as Just as good. Thero
is nothing equal to tbo genuine DUTOHHH'S
LIGHTNING FLY KILLlilt. 17I-Cv
A Physiological View of Marriage,
77; cur.Ai'KsT hook L i:n rcn-
CoiitiilnliiK iicmiy three liimilriil nge
And 1311 line platos and engravings of tbo
Anatomy of the Human Organs in st.itoot Health
and Disean with a treatl on Karly errors, Its
deplorable tVmsequeiires upon the Mtml and
Uody, with the Author's Flan of Treatment tho
only" rational and sticpcssfnl tniKlc or Cure, as
nhonnby tho rejiort ot cae. trunteil. A truthful
adviser to the married and those contemplating
marriage, who entertain doubts of their physical
condition. Kent free of pontage to any address
on receipt of 25 cents m stamps or postal cur
rency, by addressing Dlt LA CHOIX, No. 31
M.l.t.... I .In 111...... V V 'PI... n ltn. ...n tin
1. . ... ... f.il.
eonuuiioo uion any ui inu tii9eaieH upuu which
the book treats, either personally or by mail.
Medicines sent to uuv part of tho world. lOV-Cm
AOENTLKMAN who ufferod for yoars from
nervoiiH debility, and premature decay, and
all the effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for
the sake of Fullering Immunity, send free to all
whoneel it, the receipt aud directions for mak
ing the simple remedy by which bo wsh cured.
Sufferers wishing to' prollt by tho advertiser's
xpenence, can uo so oy addressing, in peneci
42 Cedar Street, New York.
Drawn Once in Seventeen Days-
" " 50,000.
" " 25.1HX).
" " 10,000.
tvv. tit;. 1 UKUS miu ill UU1U. llul'l ullvu
and information given by
I. - T-I : i 1.. rnt.i ii
C3 N. Main 8t., rrovidence, It. I.
-VTISW HtlUMl TO LET,
F On England Street.
I'ossession uiven on the 1st of October, ror
further information call at tho Transcript Oflico.
at. Aiuans, t., epj. 11, 18UY. it-tr
4 N honest, industrious, and intelligent Lad,
i. 12 or 11 years of age, whoso parents rcsido
in town, is wauteu as
1 town, is wauteu as .vioii jioy in a nioro,
M iietoiiqelt not to le jhwe jiau 1 tuu,
For further particulars em
Albans, Sept. 12, 18G7.
Carriage for Sale.
NICE, LIGHT CAltUYALL, in perfect run
ning order. J. Ii.
St. Albans, Sept. II, 1807.
UGAXS AX JIKI.OUEOXSI
Tlio subscriber would announce that ho has
received the agency lor tbo Shoninger Or
gan and Molodeon Company, New Haven, Conn.,
and will furnish instruments of tho
FIX EST TOXE AXD FIXISU,
To Agents or Families, on the most reasonablo
terms. They mauufacturo lift y dilferent kinds
from one to six sets rceus, with or without
SVH I3ASX AXD TIIKMOI.O.
All of tbeso instruments possess great power,
with sweetness end tloiibility of tone, as roady
10 respouu 10 uiu toiiun as a piano; tlio cases
aro highly I mamcnttd in oxtcrnal llnish, tho
very oeoi 01 materials being ued warranted to
G I VE SA TISFA VTIOX.
Any person wishing tho best instrument for the
icaBi amount 01 money, win no wen to examine
thoso beforo purchasing elsowhere.
u. v. i' AiiiiAii. Agent,
St. Albans, Yt. 182-Cnis
Leonard, Braiiierd & Co.,
JIPOTHECARIB S .
Wholesale and Iletail
ST. ALBANS, VT.,
II A Ii Just received ana oner for salo a very
JLJL largo siocK 01 iew uoous 111 tneir lino, at
Perfumery and Toilet Articles,
French and Drilisb handkerchief Extracts',
cuoicu American ixiraciH, uiieu as jarjucs,
Edritcis andGleuns; and tbo New Persian
lilac. Toilet Sets, Dressing Cases,
Cologne Dottles and Stands,
FutlDoxes, Powders, Hair
llrushes deBirablo now
Flesh, A Clothes
t catiicr lmstors, uomns, rtoaps, Tooth propa-
riiiiuus, nun ivciiunvia iiiiu ivctj, .Ye, ad
FCCKET HOOKK. and
And all Stationery Articles: a largo stock at
wliolesaio and retail.
DRUGS 6r CHEMIOALSj
warranted puro ami oi 1110 best quality.
A largo 101 01 an uesiramo hinds.
Wyandott Indian llemody,
Family Dye Colors,
Puro bplces and Flavoring Extracts,
UncxploNlvo and very cheap.
TEA AND COFFEE:
From Ar Sbowo A Co. Tea tl 00. $1 10. il 10,
II 60, and II 70 per pound. Coffee 30 and 45
ceiit per pound.
Cream Sodu from the Artie Foun
Prescription carefully prepared, and pbysici
Kin uruera buiiciiihi.
LKONAHD. HHAINEItn .t C.n
Albans, July, 1807, !3Q-tf
Tbo subscriber would inform tbo Inbabitants
.... ... . it ..il tVi.t Law.
rcnted tbo llook-bitiderv belonging to A. It.
.Mnson, lisq,., no H now rcaciy vo uiuu mun m
flrtt clnsB Btylo, and at reasonablo prices.
Kiiiumnii loc!i,St AllMUi,
August 30, 18(57. 180-T.m.
rs'otUM- of niHMoitit ion.
milK partnership bertlofore existing between
X Wm.liocko and I)iils Mel). Hmitb. under
tho Arm name of I.ocl; A Smith, is this day
disHolvi d by mutual consent. All ele'jts duo tho
former tlrm must bo paid at their old placo of
business. WILLIAM LOCKk,
LOUIS Mel). 8.MIT1I,
St.Albai - 18, 18fi7. 107-tf.
H.H. CLAHK has removed to fc'outli Main
) Street. OIHeuat bis roside
St. AlbaiP), Yt., May. 2, 1801' 80-tf
C I-I A. 1ST Gc E ! !
WM. N. SMITH,
Having sold out his slock at No. 2, Darrow
Ulock, may now bo found at bis now and
ronMCRLT occuricu nr
LOCKE & SMITH.
Main Street, under tho tirm of
William N. Smitli & Co,,
Whero bo will bo most happy to seo all of his old
customers, and as many new ones as"williavor
tho new tirm with a call.
4U . .
WM. Ni SMITH A CO'S.
ALL KINDS AT
WM. N. SMITH A CO'fL
HATS AND GAPS,
OF ALL KINDS, AT
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
NEW TEUNKS !
TRAVELLING BAGS !
Or AZ.Ii KIKDS, AT
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
.VATIOXAI, KXTHUIMII!H I
Orcat commercial reform in the Tea Trado. A
saving ot from 60 to 7fi per cent. In the nccoi.sa
riea of life. The groat United States
Of T. Y. Keller A Col, N. 00 Veslfty Strectf Now
York, have opened In oonneellon with their pres
ent extensive Wholesale ISstablisbmoiit, a largo
11ETA It DEl'A n TMUXT,
For the express purposo of retailing their goods
to consumers at whobsalo price. Tho immen
se profits which hare heretofore bson put upon
ry.M."? AX It COtFKKS
Ily tlio producers, the Ipumrters, tho Jobbors,
brokers, speculators, wholesale Uoalors, and lln
allvbvtbo retail country nieichants, bavo so
cnfiancod tho prices of thoso
ESSE XT I A Ti AHTICI.ES
of ovcry-dav life, that many consumers havo
beon obhgod to stint tbcmiIcs, (ir abstain al
together from tho uso of toas and coffees.
IT IS A TACT
Well known to those who aro famtliar with the
condition of the tea market, that those oods
aro frequently retailed by small dealers In the
country at twice or
Till: ICE ME 1'tilCi;
Of thoir original value, and even then nro eo
adulterated ami Uttered bynnprinfclplod specu
lators as to be relklly unfit Tor the uso of any
WMI. PROVIDED HOCSE1IOI.D.
Wo do not seo why this should longer continue,
and wo therefore propose to rettiii our tons and
(.olTdos In small quantities to consumers, in all
parts of tho country, at
With such small profits added thereto, as in a
widely extended and constantly increasing busi
ness may reasonably coniponsate us fur our
trouble. ' We guarantee our tune and collet nt
nil times to bo
ntlXIl AXD 1'VfiE,
And warrant all goods sold from this house to
givo entire etitinf.iotloii; otherwise the goods
may be returned nnd the money will bo refunded.
UVi CUAl.UiXOE ,
Any establlnhmeiU In thfo 'country to compoto
with us in the quality and prices of our goods.
Wo call the especial attention of nil housekeep
ers and beads of families to the following
Oolong, (Illack) 00. 70, 80, DO.ind $1 per lb., host.
Mixed, (Orccn nnd lllnck) 00, 70, HO, 00 and $1
per lb., best. Young Hyson, (Green) 00, 70, 80,
'JO, 1, 11.10, and 11.23 per lb., best. Imperial,
(Orei'ii) W, II, 11.2.5. English llreakfnst, (ISlk.)
70, 60, 1)0, il, $1.10, 1.20, pur lb., best. Japan
JO, II, $2.25 per lb. Gunpowder, $1,23, 11.50
per lb. Wo import a" Very
S UV Ell Wit Q L'A LI TV
Of Kiangsi Oolong and Moyimo Young Hyson.
Tons, put up in original Chineeo package, con
taining ono pound. Wo sell the Oolong at 11.30
and tho Young Hyson nt $1.00 per pound.
WHEELED A- HA1LEV, AOEXTS,
For tho salo of our tens and coffees. All goods
aro put up by ourselves in ono pound packages
at our Warehouse ill Now York, and retailed at
St. Albans by 5les.-rs. Wheeler A Hailoy, at the
samo prices ut which they aro to bo liad over
our counters in New York. AU goads put up by
us bear the ti ado mark of "Tho Great United
States Tea Warehouse" of
T. Y. EEL LEX .f. CO.
Stamped on tho package. None others aru genu
ine. v o esiMjciniiy caution 1110. peopiu, against
irocurtng their goods or any "company in hext
10zk. Doston or elsewhere, reprosentintr theni-
i-elves as being connected with our house. Wo
Holicit a fair nnd thorough trial of our goods
from all who aro interested in buying n first
class articlo of tea and eoll'ee, at tho lowest posl
blo rates. 181-ms.
rjMIIS Great Hemedy for all Diseases of tho
Is the discovery of the inventor of Coe's valtta-
gb Halsam. while cxperimentnig for his
llth. It cured Cramp In tho Stomach
for him which had before yielded to nothing but
The almost daily testimony from various parts
of the country encourage us to believe there is
no diBeasu caused by a ULnonlurcd Hiomacmiwui
not speedily cure.
Physicians endorse and Use it !
Ministers give testimony of its cllicacy
And from all directions wo receive tidings of
it is snro io cure. .
Heartburns ; i 1 1
Ono doso will cure
It has cured in hundreds of cases
Ilcudnrhu mill I)lzzlncii I
It stops iii thirty minutes.
Acidity of the Stomach I
t " ' It con-eels' at'oncc: "
llUIng of (lie I'oodt " '
U stops immediately.
DUtirix urtri- Kutli(;l
Ono doso will romov 0.
Cliolcrn .Murliui I
ltapidly yields to a fow doses
Will be changed with half a bottlo
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS!
Its unprecedented success is owing to tlio fact
It Cures by Assisting-Nature
TO HE-ASSEIIT HEIl SWAY IN THE SYSTEM
Ncaily every dealer iu the United States sells
ONE DOLLAH FF.lt HOTTLE.
G. CLARK, & CO., Proprietors,
SEW HAVEN, COSX. I3G-1-
For a medicine that will euro
TICKLING In tho THHOAT,
as quick as
GOB'S COUGH BALSAM !
OVER ONE MILLION BOTTLES
havo been sold and not n single instance of its
falluro is known. We have, 111 our possession
any quantity of Cettitlcatcs, some of thorn from
who havo used it iu their practice, and given it
tno pro-eminence over every oilier compounu.
does not Dry up a Cough
so as lo enable the patient to oxiieetorato frcoly
Two ortliroo uosra
Will Invariably Cnn Ticklintj in Ihe
A half bottlo has often completely cured tho
iniut Ktubborn Couch, aud yet.
though it Is so
sure and speedy iu its operation
harmless, being purely vegetable. It Is very
agreoablo to tlio taste, and may bo adiniulstcrod
to ciiliurcn 01 any ago.
In cutes of Croup we Mill Kinrui(c''
furr, If luUi'ii In cuioii.
.VO FAMILY SHOULD HE WITHOUT IT)
C. U. CLAHK & CO., I'ropilttQH,
137-ly Nfcw Haven, Coun.
,w n n- 1 a . .. 1 t, t 1 No. l.-MvCb Id! ,My Childl" No. 2. Thev'ro
Puro Hio, 20, 2.i and 30 cenU jer pound. Host s Tboy'roiSardd I ' N'o. 3-V'ObJ Bwentfi
Old Government Java, 50 tents per jiound.- , or K j v i? ,tevkrtion7' "
ltoyal Club, (Lxtri Pine) 35 cents. In order to - . ' T D , -
meet he demands of th people of St. Albans u, of the' follmriog. fine " Steel-Plates "at
and vicinity, we have appointed Jlesrs. J, lcc nnd Tno Ct.rtillccs of H,ock lhaJ hQ.
Washington Library Cou
, ; J hnA j
Is chartered by the Statu of Fotinsvlvnnin, atyf
organlzsd In aid of tho Riverside institute far
educating gratuitously Soldiers' and Sailors'.
Orphans, Incorporated by tho State of Serf Jcr
soy, April 8th, 1807.
SUBSOhiPTlOX ONE DOLLAR
The Washington Library! Company,' bySiMIn
''III 1 t
rortlidir' charter, nnd In aecordltm-o vfitrflM pro
visions, will iiiitribute, 1 nree, iiunaxm uiohs
nml lxMar In presents to the Shareholders, oil
Wednesday September. 25tii, 1S07
at rnir.APEi.riiiA, r.i.,
Ono Frcrcnfc wortli". $10,000
Ono Prosent worth
O.ue Froeetil w.vrtli. .
One Present worth. .
Oqo Present wot;th. .
One Present worlh. .
An many othim: laiiiib rnEHUMs, tmk ifuoLU
AllOP.VTlXO TO " ' "
- ? )
For full schedule of Presents, seo circulars, sent
free on application. Each Cortillcato of SbjckTs
ncoiimpanjf il with 4 Ifc-autifufsteel-jilato cngiiv
ins, wortKinoreSit Mtall tlisi Hi J cost If CertiiJ
cato, aud nlso insures to tho holder n present in
tlio great distribution.
. ., ..-,,-? il , : ' ' .i .1
Any person sending us ono 1I0II3K
the same to our local A renin, will recoivu Im
mediately a tlno Steel-Plato Eugravipg, at.cholco
fr,omtho following lint, nm one,, ccrtiUcata of
stock, insuring one Present in tho Great Distri-
OXE DO I. LA II EXUltAVlXOS.
coining entitled to Two Presents.
TII'O VOLLAll EXdllAVIXGS.
No. l. "Washington's Courthip." No. 2. '
'Washington's Last Interview with his Mother."
T1I11EE DOLl.All EXllllAVlXGS.
1 i . I ' i i,!.; J t. iVA
Any ncrHon onvnn? Tlilvo Dollarn will, reeoivir
tbo beautiful Stool Plato of "Homo From Tho-
War." nnd Threo Certificates of Stock! becoming
entitled to Threo Presents. "t t
FOUll DOLLAH EXUHAV1XQS.
, : JO At
Any person paying Four Dollars shall rccoivo
tho largo and beautiful Steol-Platc-of ''"JClw.Pcr-f
Us of Forefathers," and Four Certificates of
Stock, entitling them to Four Presents. , ,
' : I'
II YE DOLLAH EXOHAVIXGS.
Any person who pays Fivo Dollars shall ro-,
livo'tno largo and splendid Steel Plato of "The
of Stocrrcntitlitigthem t6Flvo Prescnfsr Tho
Engravings and LcrtUIeateH'wiu bo delivi-red to
each subscriber at our Loealfgcucics,fc,or ,scn
by mail, jHist paid, or express, as may bo ordyred.
Send orders to ns by mail, enclosing froniVIl
tu lao. citlicr bV Post Oflico orders"br.iu arccisc
toret lotter. nt our rink. Larger, amounts slionld
bo sent by draft or express, -v
10 Shares with Engravings.. fp GO
25 Shares with Engravings .' 23
50 Shares with Engravings id 50
75 Shares with Enirravinirs. f3 00.
I0J Sharos with Engravings 90 00
I, oral Airrnts wuitted tliroitcliout the
Ulillrd Stilt r,.
lai' -vi .i - mm. j. .naxmam.
Tlte JtiversidG Institute,
Situated at IUveruldc,.Uur.Hngton Cbunty, New
Jersey, is founded for the purposo "f gratuousK
educating tho sons of deceived Soldiers nnit
Seamen of tho United States. Tho Hoard of
TruxtecH epntustHl of ,tlip oljnfng yvfll-kiiown
citizens 01 rcnnsvivauia ami iow Jersey:
Hon. WILLIAM H. MANN, District Attorney,
Hon. LEWIS It. HHOOMALL, Ex-Cblcf Colher
U. 8. Mint, and Hccordcr of Deeds, Philadelphia;
Hon. JAMIlS.Ml SCOVKL. Nnv.-Jnsov.
Hon. W. W. WARE, New Jersey:-.
HENHY GOltMAN. Esq., Agent Adams' Ex
press, Philadelphia. Pa, i . '. ..ivMi'I.
J. E. COE,"Esq., of Joy, Coq A Co., Fhilailel
I'bia. - -ft , ri
Wasiiioton, I). C, Apr.'18,-0LJ
Ojjice-af Internal Itecenue .Having received,'
satisfactory evidence tbat tho proceeds fif tlio
ontrrprisoeotiductetl by tho Washington Library
Company will bo devoted to charitable uses, per
mission U hereby granted to said Company ti
conduct such euterpriso exempt from all charge,
whether from special tax or other duty.
H. A. F.OLLINS()
The AsBfK-latiiui havo amounted ns Tariff i'tv
Jlcssrs. floorge A. Cooko A Co., !KJ South Third
Street, Philadelphia, whoso well known ititegti
t) aud bnslnos! experience will bo a sufiicieu.t,
guarantee that tho money entrusted 'tu thrui
will bo promptly applied to tho purjiose stated.
PiULAUixviiM, Fa., May 2'J, 1SC7.','
J'n the Oj)iccr and Member of the Washington
Library Co., X. S. Iteail, Sivretary.
(listTtxvES:- On receipt of your favor of tho
15th iiiit., itotifjiug us of our appoiutuirnt t's.
Hecoivers for your Company, wo took took tbo
liberty to submit n copy of your Charter, with a
plan of your cntcrpriao to omlncnt legal authori
ty, and lmlug receiiod his favorable opinion in
u'gardto its legality, nnd sympathizing with
tho beuovolent object of your Association, vte :
tho education and umintalnanca of tho orphan
children or our soldiers and silloin of Iho ltivcr
aide Institute, wt Ua,vo concluded to accept tho
truxt, aiuU" use our liot uttorts to projnoto so
worthy an abject.
Uekjiouifully yours, , '
OEO, A. COOKK A CO.
Addrens nil letters- and orders to GEO. A.
COOKE A CO., Hankers, IU South Third Street,
Philadelphia, l'a., Itectiiers for tho Washington
Library Co. IBl-'.'uu.'
v -'uuy oi mo public."