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T11J5 VJiUMOKT TlVNBUlUi'T
A. H. WIUNYAN IC. II. WHEELER
rnHANKFUMor past favors, would say to his
I friends that ho still continues tho business
at the old Stand, established more than
FORTY YEARS AGO,
And that ho is now prepared to exhibit tho larg
est stock of
Erer offered in this market. Alsoa large slock of
Having bocn appointed agent for the s
Win. Iloctri Son's
PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS,
Vor the State of Vermont. Also agent for Die
best Manufactories in the country, is prepared
to 1111 orders to raiinlics nml to llie iraite 111 any
unantity. A very lareo slock of eoods of every
stjle and variety usually kept in this line, now
on nana ana win ne sola at prices to sun cusioni
trs. Please call before purchasing elsewhere.
St. Albans, February 48th, 1807. 151-tf
Special Sol ire.
K. C. GALLAIt, Proprietor.
fS always supplied with tho best of
IS ready to supply tho trade universally, vim
a new and splendid stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES 1
Which have lust airlrod, and additional styles
re constantly arriving, consisting of tho very
thebest material, in
eluding Indies' and Missae
Calf, Olovo Kid, Half Polish. Hatmn-
1 TII..1. nl llnffnn mill Rrirte UAltnrR.
Tliose Ladles' lligh llntton Hoots aro tho neat
est, ami Rive ino nasi s.nisiaciiuu, m nuj
that have ever boeli exhibited in this
place. Also, Man and Hoys'
Hoots and Shoos of
all kinds and
IN BEGAN!) TO OUH
Wo have to say that we cballcligo tho City of
New York, for Fashion, Durability and price.
Having secured tho Kervicos of Mr.
H. G. BARKTUBS,
A gentleman of original aid mechanical ability,
wlio, wnn me co-operation 01 cimire annus
perlcnced workmen, is constantly manu
facturing Ladles' and Gout's wear,
consisting of Hcrgo Gaiters, llnt
ton Hoots, Oxford Ties, nnd
Hoots mado from
French & Lo Moinc Galf !
Which always fit perfectly. Ehoe findings wo
always Keep, lnciuiung an khius oi
1U.A.VS AM) MKI.ODKO.VM!
Am tho only authorized agents in franklin coun
ty for the salo of
GENUINE ROGERS' GOODS!
A1,I, 0001)8 tJEAMNO THKTIU1IG MA11K
Table Delicacies of (lie Season !
Now on hand, a nice lot of
SUGAR CURED HAMS
JX 12 S I I J? I S H ,
1 EO. II. FAltltAH takcH pleasure in an
VJT nouncing to the public that he shall conf
tiuo tho Sliver Plating, and Manufacturing o
At his old stand all kinds of
CARRIAGE WORK j
Hails, Handles, Joints and Hands, plated in tho
uesi manner, ah worn warranted eipi
at to any in tho Country,
GKO. H. FAIIUAH.
March 18th, 18C7. 157-tf.
Leonard, Brainerd & Co.,
Wm. Rogers it Son, A A,
Are of tho highest quality. Our Standard for
Extra Plato is twenty per cent, more Silver than
the usual standard, and all our goods aro mado
of tho finest quality of Albata. Wo caution
purchasers to notico tho Trade Mark If they
wish Genuino ltogers Goods, mado under the
eamo management and onrofill supervision,
which have produced for twenty years, Hogeis
Goods, so celebrated for finish, stylo, and durability.
Wo keop always on hand a full assortment of
FORMERLY STYLES' GALLERY.
Tho subscriber, who has for the past year been
"Operator" forMr. A.F St) lcs, and w ho Hat
tela himself that lie has, at least, sus
tained the former high reputation of
tho "Mule Uatleni," wishes to
call particular attention to
tho fact that he has re
centlv purchased ami
and is now
Furnish Photographs, Amhrotypes, 1 errol vpcH,
Porcolain and Gem pictures, and all oilier
styles now required, and which will bo
executed in the highest stylo of tho
art, without unv unnecessary de
lav and at reasonable prices.
Having possession oi tlio
Negatives that have
been takcti at
to furnish copies at any time. I can nlso
,.tui. ivminH Kiil.iri.eil tn anv renuired size
colored in tho most perfect manner, either
nil m. Wmler eiildio senia. or India ink. I'
tiotilar attention given to copying old pictures
r i.i..,i t i. ..1....I ,, firrn,irrftni.nl nr.t
III 1111 MMUBi ill rmM "V --
eiich, that unv picture rrom tiicoiieapost to mo
Host mid most Expensive, can now bo obtained
SA T1SFA OTION G VARANTEIW
In nil casus. I would also rail attention to a
large Htook of Square and Oval Frames of all
kinds which are offered at as low prieos as any in
this vicinity. Styles
"GREEN MOUNTAIN SCENERY"
On band and for sale. Hemember the place, ov
er Leonard, Hraim i d A' C'o's . Drug Store, Main
Street, St. Albans, Vt.
11. H. SMITH.
May 7tlt, lnf.7. l&l-ly
The subscriber would nluiotinco that hu has
rcceiviHl tho agency for tho Shonlnger Or
gan and Molodcon Company, Now Havdti, Conn.,
and will furnish instruments of tho
In addition to tho abovo wo aro In possession of
complete assortment of Crockery, Glass
Waro, China, Table Cutlery. I vo'h Patent
Kerosene Lamps, and loilct Sets,
Which wo aro constantly replen
ishing. Wo do not limit tho
sale of theso Goods, but
allow tho purchaser
to select therefrom, which is not customary
with all Crockery dealers, l'loaso caU and OX'
ammo too largest ana best seiccteu
STOCK OF CllOCKEUY
In tho county. Wo will always show goods with
nlonsiire. ami know that upon examination of all
tho abovo poods, and all who wish to purchase
economically, will bo satisfied that in prico and
quality of goods wo aro cheaper than tho cheap
est. Also, on hand, a largo stock of
Which must and will be closed out without re
gard to cost.
ucmemucr tno place, .;. n. vwiL.r..ijr.iil
l3S-ly Main Street, opposito the Court House
American, Swiss and English
1 have lust received a lareo lot of first and
second quality of Stone and China. Ware, com-
irising two ?ew aim luvcam mucins uam-u
Gen. Grant" Patterns. Also a lame stock of
Cutlery, Glass and Stono Waro, which I offer for
salo cneap. nease can aim see ueioro pm utilis
At the old Farrar Hlock, ono door north of
Georgo II. Farrar's.
1'. 1.1. DIVI.H'jII.
St. Alba ns. Oct. 24th, IMG. 130-tf
fixest toxi:axj fjxwi,
To Agents, or Families, on tho most reasonable
terms, moy mauuiaciuro imy uinoreiu liimis
from ono to six sots reeds, with or without
HUH IIASE AXD TllVMOLO.
All of these instruments possess groat power,
with sweetness end tlexibility of tone, as roady
to respond to Uio touch as a piano: tint cases
are highly ornamented in external finish, tho
very uest oi materials oemg useii warranted to
VJS SA T1SFA CTIOX.
Any person wishing tho host instrument for the
least amount of money, will do well to examine
these before purchasing elsewhere.
0. 1). FAHHA11. Agent,
St. Albans, Vt. 182.0ms
"XTOTICE The Union Hank ofSwanton Falls,
XI Vt., whoso chartorterlninated January 11th
1BU7, givos notico that it will redeem its out
standing bills, at tho National Union Hank of
Swauton Vt., for one year from January 12th,
1807, agreeable to tho following act, said Hank
having been contorted into said National Union
Hank of Swanton, Vt. N. A. LASHLL,
Swauton Falls, January 11th, 1807.
All grades from solid 18 K. Gold dow
Spectacles of all kinds, Table and Pocket Cutlo-
4 .., ... ,1... ,..! ... X.. II,...
rv Ol UIO ttesi quality, jmuuiio iuuuiue,
(tho best mado)
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired in tho
best manner and without delay.
WYMAN A HUNTINGTON.
llraincrd's Buildinc. comer of Main and
Bank Streets. 103-ly
NATIONAL ENTnUl'ltlSK t
APO THE CAR IB
Wholesale and Hetail
ST. ALDANS, VT.,
AVEJust ri ci ived and offer fur sale
Of every description.
MIE stock of goods in tho abovo lino is now
larire stock of New Goods m tlu ir hue. at
Perfumery nml Toilet Articles,
French and Hritish handliorchiof Extracts,
choice American Extracts, such as Jaques;
Edriteis andGleims; and the New Pel man
Lilac. Toilet Sets, Dressing Cases,
Cologuo Hetties and Stands,
Putriloxes, Powders, Hair
Brushes desirublo new
Btvlcs Teeth, Nail
Flesh, A Clothes
Feather Dtihters, Combs, Soaps, Toeth prepa
rations, Hair ltcnuwers and Dyes, Ac.. Ac.
PCCKET BOOKS, and
And all Stationery Articles: a largo stock at
wholesale and retail.
DRUGS & CHEMICALS,
Warranted pure and of tho best quality.
A largo lot of all desirablo kind.
'yandott Indian Iteuicdy,
Family Dye Colors,
Pure Spices and Flavoring Extracts,
Uuexplntio and very cheap.
TEA AND COFFEE:
rrom Ar Showe A Co. Tea il 00. ft 10. it 10.
II 50, and 1 1 70 per pound. CoiVee !W and 45
cents per pound.
Cream Soda rrom (lie Arlic Foun
Prescriptions carefully prepared, and phyRici
aus orders solicit, tl.
LEONAltD, Bll.VINEHD A CO
St. Albans, July, 1G7, 130- tf
FUXi AND COMFXETS
And will be found to comprise all that is desira
Tho largest Stock of
To bo found in tho Statu.
CARPENTERS' & MACHINISTS' TOOLS,
In great variety.
J. FHOTHINGHAM McQOWAN.
TtlE Gil EAT FEMALE REMEDY
FOlt IRREG i'LA Rl'llES !
IXSllllAXCK. Tho undersigned will take
risks for cither of tho following first class
Home Insurance Company
OF NEW HAVEN;
Capital Stock, 81,000,000.
Three-fourths of the profits divided among Policy
International of New York.
Fire and Marine of Sprint
csipittii wtook. snoo.ooo.
C&.V1TAI. STOCK, S400.000.
National Insurance Com
An act relating to tho redemption of Bank notes.
It it is hereby enacted, Ac. .
Sec. 1. After the expiration of the charter of
any bank chartered by this State, or after the
termination of tho existence of any such bank,
agreeably to the laws of this State, such bank
may causo notico to bo published in all the week
ly newspapers of tho county whero such bank is
located, for one lull year, setting forth that said
bank will redeem its outstanding bills tho day
of tho expiration of its charter" or thu dato of
the termination of its existence, and a .copy of
this act. And upon duo publication of such no
tice, neither such bank nor its officers shall be
liablo to any action for the non-redemption for
any ot its outstanding bills, unless the same
shall have been duly presented and payment
thereof demanded within the year aforesaid, at
the banking house of said baiiK.
Siv. 2. After the expiration of the charter,
or after the termination of tho existence of any
such bank, as aforesaid, such bank shall cease
to be subject to the operation, or liable to the
pro isiami of the sixty-third section of chapter
eighty-nine of the general statutes
Sno. 3. This act shall take effect from its
yJiltStONT C'UNTKAI. AM) SULLIVAN
CommoiioltiK Sop. 10, 1807.
Til UN'S OOISO SOUTH ASl: KJtHT
Leavo St. Albans at G.30 a. m., 12 in., and
725 p. m.
Mall Train leaven House' Toint at I sill a.m.,
receives passengers fioin Ogdcnsburgh H. It.,
nnd connecting at White ltiver Junction and Hol
lows Falls with trains fot Boston, Worcester,
Springfield, and and with trams on Passumpsic
H. H.. anives at New York at 10.15 p. in.
Day Express leaes Montreal at t;:j0 a. in., St.
Johns at 10:00 a. m., Ogdenslmrgh at 0"30 a. m.,
Houso's Point nt 10:13 a. in., for Boston, Ac., ar
riving in Boston, via. Lowell at 10:110 p. in.
Night Express leaves Ogdeiishiirgli nt 11.30 a.
m., Montreal at 3:30 p. m., House's Point at 5.10
p. in., St. Johns nt -l:i0 p. m., arriving at Boston
at 8.10 a. in., connecting al Bellows Falls with
Cheshire Hoad for Boston and Worcester and
with Vermont Valley Hailroad for Springfield, Ac.,
nnd anlvlni: in New-York at 12.30 p. in.
TI1A1.N8 onlNfl SOUTH AND EAST.
Leave for Mon deal nt 0:10 a. in.. 0:15 and 7:50
p.m. lor Bouse s l'mnt ami Ogdenslmrgh at
0:05 nnd 11:00 n. in.. 2:20 and 7U5 1i. m.
Day Express leaA es Boston via. Lowell 8.00 n,
m. for Burlington, St. Albans, and Montreal,
OcdensbnrEli. A e.
Mail Trnfn leaves Boston Ma Lowell, nt 70
a. in., via Lawrence nnd titchlmrg at 7. ad a.m.
Spilngfiold at 7:15 a. in., for Burlington, St. Al
bans, .ind Oudensburuh.
The train leavitii; Boston via. Fltchbumh nt
7:3(1 n. m., ami Sptingticld nt 7,l,"i a. in., connect
at 1tlte ltiver Junction witli Day Express Train.
Accommodation Train loaves Northtleld at
7.50 n. m., for Burlington, Hutlaud, St. Albans,
House's Point, Ogctidcshurgh, Ac.
Night Express leftAos Hellows Falls at 10.00 p,
He, recoiviliK passengers from Verinont Valley
ltailrond. leavmi! New Yoil; at 12.15 p. in., and
from Cheshire llailrnad, lunving Boston at 8:80
p. in., connecting at vtiui1 mver junction wnn
train leavlm: Boston at 5:00 . m.. forllurliui;
ton, House's Point, Montreal and Ogdensburgli,
connecting wttn Grand Trunk irains for tnr
Sleeping cars aro attarhoil to both the night
lixpress trains running netwoen m. Aioans am
Boston, nml St. Albans and Snrinafleld.
Through tickets for Chicago and tho West for
salo at too principal stations.
G. MEHHILL, Sup,
St. Albans. Sept. 10, 1SG7.
A,&mrt'MW,r,,'ll,w 01,1 8"H
Filled with one of the most extensive
F U B IsT I T U E E
Ever offered in this market
any invito nit cut I
Rotls, worth fiiint
nliy invito nttentton to a tine l.i
iM to 1G.
To suit any purse, and room. Cluiri ,
.lomiptloii. Pallor, Easy nnd Iloekn.K cilairsrr
Cane Seats and Dining Chairs (,i,tr,
Dining nnd Extension Tables, bm '
ges, BuienUK, lh-dstraili,
Oil I L I) II E N ' S G A II HI A a i; f,
In large vnriclv. Mirrors, Picture Frnm, .
various niouldings, In all Stapes and ,,
We hao nddeil a now department t,,nr
bUsiiiOHii, and have just opened six
thousand Hulls of
ApiuwedNov. 19. l&Cfi.
G. B. SjNIITH,
Hetail Dealer in.
HATS, CAPS, & FURS,
Buffalo and Fancy Sleigh Hobos, Fur Overcoats,
Ladies' Dress Furs, Fur and Buck Gloves
Mittens, Valises, Umbrellas, Trav
eling Hags, Trunks, Ac, Ae.
South Main Street, St. Alltsuis, Vt.
RUTI.AMI AMI IIUltl.I.VCTO.V A.U VT.
On and after May 22d, 1807, trains will run
as follows, viz :
MOTIMI SOt'TIt AND KAST.
Ixave Burlington at'J:(M) a. m.. 1 -M p. ni. 10.(10
5;3.) p. m. Arrive at ltutlaml at 11:10 a. m., 1:15
p. m. 12:45 a. m. 11.35 p. in.
Leavo Hutland at 1.00 a. in., 12:00 m., 5:15 pm
A 1:20 p. m. Arrivo at Bellows Falls at 7:40 Itlnl
2:20 p. m.. and 8:60 A 3:32 a. m
Leavo Bellows Falls at 7.C0 a. m., 2S!.)p. m.,
3:37 a m. Arrive at Brattleuoro' at 8U50 a. m., i
u:ia p. m., ir.'7 a. ni.
SlOVUiO NOllTII A"D WEST.
Leae Bratllolioro' nt 10:35 a. m.,4:10 ,V0:0Op.
in. Ame nt Bellows Falls nt 11:35 n. m., and
5:40 and 9:55 p. in.
L' aiu Bellons Falls at 11.15 a. in., 5:45 p. ni.
10.00 p. in. 5.20 Arrive at Hutland nt 2:00 p. m.,
0:00 p. in. 12 35 n, m., 10:00 n. m.
Leave Hutland nt 5.15n. in., 2.05 p. m., C.10
p. m.1'30 a. m. Arrhe nt Biirhngtoit at 8:60 a.
m., 1:35 p. in., and 7.55 a. m. 4.15 a. in.
Of all prices, and rmbraring nrw anil derm
patterns never before otlcred in this nurk. t
Also, somn choice designs In a new ct.u k f
Window Shades. Wo also keep coimimtlt .,n
hand a large assortment of
C O F F. I K S
THAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS : ! Rosewood it Mctalic Cases,
MANHOOD: HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED
Jutt I'nUUhetl, a new Milton of
l)r. Culvrrivf 11'4 Ci li linitid r...uy
On the radical Cure (without medicine) ot Sper
matorrhua, or Seuiiiial weakuehs, IiivohutUry
Keminal Ixissus. Iniuitoicy, Mental uud Physio
al Inrapaelty, ImpedimeiiiH to Marriage etc.;
also Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fts induced by
aelMiidulgcnco or sexual extravagance.
er Pnco In a sealed envelope, onlv six ceuts.
I'ho world-renowned author. In this admirable
lecture, clearly proves from las own exiierienco
II.Bl 11... .....
..... ... .-.m vuiiei'tiuciicus oi nuii-.vuube may
bo vOectually cured without mulicino, and with
out daiigerous eurglcal operation, Lougu-H, in
Btriimeiits, rings, or conllals, ixilnting out a
UiodM of euro at once certain and efteclual, by
which ovcry nuDercr, no mutter what hu eumli
tlon may ho, may cure hlnutlf cheaply, i-riiute-Jy,
Kir This Iifcturu should be in tho huidk of
overy youth and ovcry man in the land.
Kent under soal, to any addrotts, in a plain
sealed envelope, ml tht receipt of six oeuU. or
two pottage tamp4.
Addrc( tho publUliur.,
CHASJC. KLINE A CO.
117 Howry, New York, Pct Office box 4.5S0
i nave icsiou ineso jirons in niv own
practico, over ten years, and do not hesitate to
say, uiav noimug nns yci oeen ilovelopeil Uy
......ii..i i. ..ll.f f
iiiutiivu; ivotuivii, tout uum mi jhji ciiiui , IWS1
lively, nnd harmlessly, In casus of female Irrecu
lanty, as does this medicine. In all rocenteaH
cs it never fails, whilo thousands who havti been
long bufl'crers, aro indebted to it for the lioon of
Although so powerful and positivo, thov aro
perfectly harinless, and may be used ut all hues,
except when specially forbidden in the di
rections. They have beeiioxtcnsivolv emnloved bv emi
nent physicians m France and Eiiglmid, as iM
as in my own practice, over ten yeais, and I
have yet to hear of the first instance of failiirn.
I could Kive you testimonials of their ellloaev
from ladies all over the northern uud western
States, Mere they not In their natuiu private-.
Over 100,000 hottles have been sold tho past
year, and I hope and triwt as many sutl'eieis
been benefited. I ainnoll aware that a reniilv
so potent to remove all obstructions, may bo
used for a bad purpose, but trust that where
one bottle is thus used, ten may fall into tho
hands of really needy sulfurers.
To all who suffer from any irregularity pain
ful, ihlllcult, excessive, ollenslvo or obstructed
MeiDitruatioii, Lucorrhea, or thu train of disoas
cb that follow, I would say, try a bottle of Dr.
Lyon's Fruuch Periodical Diops. Being a Fluht
I reparation, their action is more direct uud posi
tive than any pilU or powders. Explicit iliree
tioiis, biaring my favimilo, aooompany each
They may be obtalivsl of nearly every druggist
in ths conntiy, or bv enclosing the prico to
O. 0. 1'J.ABK . CO., New Haven, ft., (!neral
AgentH fur the United Statos anil Canada.
DR. JOIINR. LYON,
Praetiolng Phyelcinii, Nw Haven, Conn.
J'llee, !jl ao lier llollVr, 157-ly
Great commercial reform in the Tea Trade.
saving ot from 50 to 75 per cent, in tho necessa
ries of lire. Tlie great United states
Of T. X. Kelley A Co., No. 30 Vesey Street, New-
York, havo oponeu m connection with tlieirpros
out extensive Wholesale Establishment, n largo
ItETA IL DKVA ItTMKXf,
For tho express purposo of retailing their goods
to consumers nt wholesale prices. The imnieii-
so profits which havo heretofore beon put upon
TKAS AX1) COfFJWS
Bv tho producers, tho importers, tho jobbers,
brokers, speculators, wholesalo doalers, and fin
ally by tho retail conntrv merchants, havo so
enhanced tho prices of those
at overy-dav life, that many consumers have
been obliged to stmt themselves, or abstain al
together Irom the use or teas and eollees.
IT IS A I ACT
Well known to thoso who aro familiar with tho
condition of the tea market, that these goods
aro frequently retailed hy small dealers in tlte
country nt twice or
TintwK thk ruicK
Of their original value, and oven then are so
adulterated anil doetered by unprincipled specu
lators as to bo really untit for tho uso of any
v no video uouskuo uk
Wo do not see why this should longer continue,
and we tiierefore propose 10 retuil our tons and
coffees in siiiull quantities to consumers,. hi all
arts of tho country, nt r.
With such small profits added thereto, as iu n
widely extended and constantly increasing busi
ness may reasonably compensate us for our
trouble. Yvc guaranteo our teas and cotlecs at
all times to bo
FUEsu a xv win;,
And warrant all goods sold from this house to
givo entire satisfaction; otherwise the goods
may hercturnod and the money will be refunded.
Any establishment in this country to compete
with us in tho quality and prices of our goods.
Wo call the especial attention of all housekeep
ers aim ncaus oi lauuues io me louowiug
Oolong, (Black) 00. 70,80, OOand fl per lb., best.
Mixed, (Orecit and Black) 00, 70, 80, 90 uud 1
lOllllg HJBOII, ((il'COU) Call, 70, (SO,
Insure against Fire and Mariuo Bisks. Not ex
ceeding $30,000 on any one itisk.
Each of tho above amounts of Stock paid in.
M. BUCK, Agent,
Office over Weeks' store, St. Albans, Vt.
Nov. 1st, 1800. 11-tf.
Mr H LiMii.'B'ni
would tliuuk a;i ,1,1
friemlsf ir a gt m r-
us patronage t x
t' ndiiig i'rr a pe
rn nl of f rt) -tiirco
vears, arid mute
t In ui ami tin puli
ln jji n. rail to tlio
lu store We havo
not tin Uiei t m..i K
of l'nniitnro in the Vnib A States, bat wt bav
nn extensive nnd attractive ssortnn nt, wlu h
wo will sell on the most favorable tmns a!
at the Now Store, opposite the Court Hmiw , St.
1-tf H. LIVINOSTON A suNs,
NEW STEAM MILL!!
10 Tons Boston Oround Hook Salt, in half bid's
2 Tons Salt Fish, Oeo. Codfish, Salmon, Trout,
Mackerel, White Fish, and Blue Fish.
Sugars of ovory grade, White and Brown.
1,000 Bus. Canada Salt, for salo in lota on liberal
Wo aro underselling tho
GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO.
All of which wo offer to
! market rates.
tho trade nt lowest
per lb., best.
VK), tl, (1.10, nnd tl.25 per lb., best. Imperial,
(Uroon) uo, tl, f ..as. Wigllsn llreniilast. (Ulli.)
70, bO, 00, II, 11.10, 11.20, per lb., best, Japau
00,11, $2.23 jer lb. Ouii).o'wder, 1,25, $1.50
per lb. Wo import a very
Of Kiangal Oolong and Moytiuo Young Hyson
Teas, put up In original Chinese packages, con
taining ono pound. We sell the Oolong ut II. 30
and the Young Hjboh at (LCD per pound.
Pure Bio, 50, 23 and 30 cents' '(mt pound. 'Best
Old (lovernineiit Java. 50 cents per pound.
Huynl.Club, (Extra Fine) D5 ouiith. Iu order to
meet tho demands of the people of St. Albans
and vicinity, wo havo appointed Messrs.
WllEEI.Ell A 11AU.KY, AUEXTS,
For the sale of our teas and euffcus. All goods
ate put up by ourselves iu one pound packages
at our Warehouse, iu Now York, uud totalled at
St. Albans liv .MoKsrs. Wluotlcr.V llullov. nt tlm
same prieui) at which they are to ho liad our
our oounters in ."vow ioru.
us bear the tmde mark of
States Ton Warehouse" of
Jri "Fmr v w
ssjo o i c e (re
C. A. J. MARSH it. C0.,'B. Albani.
Fall Term opens Sept. 3d. Scholarship 135.
1 i h graphing w ith use of instruments, extra,! 15.
1 honiig raphy per term 10. Speciincns of ie-n
maiislup sent free.
Xi'ivr the FrclKliI Depot,
IS now icndy to grind corn meal, fine or coarse,
and all kinds of grain for feed. This Mill
was built by Holme .v; Illiiiicluiid, of Bos
ton, of the best French Burr, is complete in eve
ry respect, and h capable of crmdine tventv.
five bushels per hour. Being dependent on
neither wind or noods for power, wo can do nil
work of this kind without hindrance to our cus
tomers. We shall he prepared to furnish corn
in the kernel, or ground, and at all times fresh
and as cheap as elsewhere. We aro also roady
to receive orders for
Snsli, .Hinds nnd Doors,
Mouldings and House Finishings of every de
scription, of as good material and workmanship
a.i any other shop iu thu State.
Done to order with Machinery which is new and
of tho latest improvements. Witli theso faiili
tiei to give perfect satisfaction, we solicit a
share ot public patronage'
BINGHAM A LINCOLN
St. Albans, Feb, 27, 18G7. 154-tf.
B3- At Burlington with Boats on Lake Cham
plain and Verinont Central and Vermont and
Canada Hailroarts, for Montpelier, St. Albans,
Houso's Point, Montreal, Ogdcnsburgh. and tin
West. At Hutland with trains for Troy, Albinv,
and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schemelndv.
and the West. At Bellow s Vails with trains on
Cheshire Hailroad for Fitchburgh, Worei stc-r,
Lowell, and Boston. With Vt. Valley Hndrond,
for Brattlelxiro', Springfield, Hartford, New Ha
ven, and New York -and with Sullivan Hailroad
for Windsor, White ltiver Junction, Wells l!:ver,
St. Johnsbury, Newport, Littleton, and the
Passengers for the West will find this n cheap,
pleasant, and expeditious route.
FOB TICKETS, and all noeeswary information
enquire nt the Olliees on tho lino.
1-tf. GEO. A. MEHHILL. Snpt.
"JyTOKTIIKIlX HA II. HOAD.
WINTER AltRANGEMEN T-1801-5.
On andnfter Monday, Nov. 14, 18CI, Pa9cnger
Trains will run as follows : ;
Day Express Train leaves Concord n 0.85 a.
m., lor White Hiver Junction, connecting with
trains for Montpelier, Burlington, House's Point, j
Moiitn.nl Ac nnd uilli I l,r,l,.,,!,,-.,l.
Trunk Hailroads, for tho West. j llBlllb ,M-'"' assortment
Jlail Irani leaves Concord nt10.15a. in., for
White ltiver Junction, connecting with train for
Weils Bivcr, St. Johnsbury, Haitnn, Xcwiiort,
WllloilKhby and Magog Lakes, Maimtcad, Bath,
Littleton, and Lancaster; also, with trains for
Montpelier, Burlington, St. Albaiw, House's Point,
Montrela, ugdensbnigii, and the Went,
Briotol Train lenvea Concord at 8.30 p. m., for
Franklin and Bristol.
Evening Express Train leaves Concord at 8.15
p. in., for White Hiver Junction, connecting with
trains for Montpelier, Burlington, St. Albans,
House's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgli, and the
The subscriber would say, ln haari n ntlv Ii j
ed the Bpacious nsims ov er Hyde .V Iln- n s ui -cerv
Store, formerly on iiph il l'i 11. living' 1
h l'liniiture Booms', and eont.mtl h.it' i
f gf KIllS in tu.
All goods put up bv
"Tho Gioat Unitd!
T. V. KEU.EY A CO.
Kt&mmid un IhoiiaeVaL'e.
iue. ftjptiaUyfeaution I
lot I,, .
BY recent enactments f Congress, all Sol
diers who have served throo years and have
received hut 1100 bounty from the United States,
or who, having enlisted forthreo yours, were dis
charged in eouseipienco of wounds, unit the wid
ow, children, or parents of any soldier who en
listed for three years, under a promise of only
fN) bounty, and who died iu the service, aro en
Wtuiiii additional bounty of ONE HUN
HltKl) DOLLAHS I
All invalid pensioners who have lost n hand or
foot, or have incurred disability equivalent to
the loss of hand or foot, nro entitled to u largo
increase of pension.
All peiiaionod widows of soldiers or sailors are
entitled to an iucreuxc.l iihhhioii of two dollars
per month for oach child under .txtcen years of
Claims of i10 abqvo nature, and for arrears of
i , "uiecw oxira mv: ror norsos iosi in mo u.
H.sorvicB. eomumtatiun of rations of prisoners
Vl"v. m ii,i, ursr UoaU, Just received at elatm aitisle ot tea r,nd eotjee, at the lowest iosi
1 .ii.wi.j4v ' mv raves, 1.101-uiij.
n i& immjii u ' auainst
eir eooiIs of auv "eoiiiiiuuv" in New
Bcwtun or elsewhero. loiiiosentiuc: them-
(elves n beinii connected with our huuui. Wu
solicit a fair and thorough trial of our goodt , luoessary papers relumed to applicant for sig
from all whu aro Interested in hiivlng a first, natures. ,vi v klniV(.V.H
ui war ami pruw munuy, will ho promptly proso-
v iiuiuaiion uy leuer, oiicioaiiiK uia
: Kviruui service will
I bo attended to and (ho
t)fllBnvfi llml.'ii'Kt Knllniial Bank
t St. Alhxu. 7Ui, isoii, JU3.tr
D B U Gr STOEE,
S. R. DAY, ACT.
JJAS just received a now supply of
And all articles usually kept In a first class
Perfumeries and Toilet articles, including vory
and Hair Brushes.
Tho assortment of Hair Brushes, surpasses lu
cheapness and quality, any for salo in tho town.
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOB WOLCOTT'S
INSTANT PAIN W'MIIII .Tlllf t
Doalcrs supplied at as low rates as in the city.
RING'S AMBROSIA !
Hall's Hair lionowor,
At Wholesale and Hetail.
S. . Day's Anti-Iiilious Hitters!
The best and tho cheapest in the world.
A largo and well selected stock.
Tho subscriber intends to sell only good arti
cles nt as low prices as can be afforded, and aims
to make this
Tlio People's Drug Storo
Prescriptions carefully prepared; and Physic
ians orders respectfully bohcited.
Truant', Supiortern, and Shouhhrbrao's
Store open from fifteen minutes before 1 o'
clock until half-past 1 p. m., on Sundays foi Ihe
salo of necessary medicines.
Dr. . M. Plant, late of Milton, has formed a
connection with tho More, und would be happy
to receive bis old friends and acquaintances.
THE ST. 4LHANS LIQUOR A0KN0Y
ood and pnrt Liipior lor Medicinal purposes.
Or on arrival of trains rrom Boston, Worcester,
Portsmouth, Portland. Ac.
Morning Express Train leaves Whito Hivci
Junction for Concord at 1.15 . nt., or on nuival
of train from Ogdensburgli mid Montreal. On
Mondnjs at G.25 instead of 1.15.
Bristol Train leaves Bristol for Concord at 8
n. in,, nnd Franklin at 0.12 a. m.
Mail Train leaves White ltiver Junction for
Concord nt 12.15 p. in., or on arrival of trains
over tho Vermont Central, Passumpsic, and
Whito Mountains Hailroads.
Day Express Train leaves White Hiver Junc
tion at 4.58 p. in., or on arrival of trains from
Montreal and Ogdcnsburgh, Bi.ittlebi.ro', Keenc,
Bellows Falls, Windnor, Ac, connecting nt Con
cord with train for Mancheste r, Nashua, IaiwcII
Theso 1 rains connect nt Concord with trains
ork, Lowell, and
xneso i rams coimcei ni wince
for iliiricheatpr, Lawrence, Port
land, Nashua, Worcester, New Yo
Boston. ii!SLOW STEA
Concord, N, IL, Nov. 10, lbW.
Ever iiiYired for sale
sistni!.' of Curled Hair.
tr 'sses, prico from f:l 50 t W
oil Spiral Spiring Beds, ready foi U"
qniniig no other bed. Prices from 1
From six to ten different tv li s i
n Franklin r.m"t
anil l.vn l '
I I'll' '
Ml ' I
SPRING BUD BOTTOMS,
PiiccH fn.ni 5 to $13. The tlcvating 1"
Boil, w hich I make, is nnsurpasi-ed for nu
lu slcknesi. The head of the bed ran" " tl" '
dividual to nnv desirable position. 1 atli'T
Hair Pillows, Bolsters and ready mack Mic'
Pillow Cases. Comforters, lllauki ts, I 1tfU "
White Counterpanes. Any person ''''
get up one Bod, or twentv-five, can i "
and savemoney, if they will
BUTT AT BRADLEY'S,
I havo also on hand a gisxl ax-eftm
Bedsteads, Common Chairs, Children s "r :
Hocking Chairs, Tables, Sinks, Ac . Ah.. a-
n lot of Lounges ns was ever offered '"f
covered with Ename Cloth. Damask, It.',
Cloth and Terrv. Prices from J10 t W
LOTJNOES MADE TO 0BD3H,
Is tho customer may V t. find
n very convcniriit ait.-.
i tad am
Lake Gcorrjc, SaraUtra, Ruffuhi,
I'Mia, Chicago, and the Went.
Tho Old Established nnd Popular Boutc, vin !
LAKE COMPLAIN! I
l-roni iiiiv iroo.
anv size desired,
factored bv me is
.... , i .. t In one nun
.111 LMlliI IIIIU .filli,,.. ,
nade a bed, six feet long, and four wnn
MATTRESSES GO WITH -T)
lure niirown Mattresses, in fact
.... .. ......... ,. , ,
me upuoisicry line, aim .,' ai
llie ivorK vviiai iv iooiiiu i , i
but the bout, vvhicli we Kli p eonsiain .
Tho splendid and Commodious Steamers
rXTRNITXTRE DAMA 2
.dipt. W. H. Flagg.
. " William Anderson.
. " J. (;. Babbitt.
" Henry Mayo.
S. R. DAV,
O p. ni., Lako Oeorgo 7 i. m., Whitehall
Making direct connection with train for
a, 'Iroy, Albany, Now York and the West.
On and after Monday, July 1st, lhf.7, forming
two Daily Linus onch way, (Sundays excepted.)
Leave Burlington 10.15 a. m. on nrrival of
tram from St. Albans 0.15 a. m Montpelier 8 a.
m., natcrliury H.15 a. in. Arrivlm? at Tii-nmln.
lOKa 2.30 1). iu.. Lako (ieoi i'o 7 i, i Vl,li,.i..,n
K . . ... .1-,.,..' . . " ' I ' """""II
Leave Burlington at 0.30 p. m., on arrival of
train from St. Albans 7.25 p. m., While Hiver
Junction 1.20 nnd 2 03 p. in.,Montpelier3.25 and
4.10 p. in. Arriving at Whitehall 0.00 a. in.,
making connection as above lor all points South
hi Saturday mnmim. I1,i, ui..,,. tt..:i.. i
Mates vvilleavo Houso's Point ut 0 o'cJoch, by
thi, S, pi. "" 11 1,8C,1' 1)aKKgo chocked
llii ugh. laro as low rh bv anv otliiT route.
iJiroiig i nckols can bo procured at the (Irand
. i,iT.. "'h" uiiiieuii mver uiiu tiar-
lem Hailroads: onboard Hiver .i r i mi....
males wu leavo Houso's Point ut 0 o'cloe
which passengers will pass through the La
davlight, ami connect with tho evening Bo
Albany for Now York .
T.7, ! H0'! ca" bo i-rocured at tho Oi
J.i L. r4ilnai' ,,llr0H. Montreal; nt tho pr
le,,-iU t0"8,i "'" 0K't ''uurgb, Vt. Ceil
enssclaer A Saratoga, HuiUon Hiver and 1
.,VJ "V". ,i aU"u"ard lllver ad Lake
West side of Ci y Park. Burlington, Vt,
V Heights taken at lowest ratoi.
1 urliniri,,,. v. t ,0nt,lK"poriiiti.ndnnt.
1 nrllngton, Y t ., July 1st, J8G7, 173-tf
Huainol Cloth, Hair Cloth, Itcps.
Springs, Webbing Buttons, (iimp t " " " (
and Twine. Bed Tick Binding
.,i-.... .l,.....i.,li., Ciirleit Hair.
HmiIm t.iii- .Ii. All Mioaluivo iroods ari
expressly to sell to any person in
thing iu our line. Please give lis a
will tind tirst-class goods, which wii.
Booms over J. 8. Weeks' Store, and WAe
Brown- Sto.e, Main '. , t);r..t.
August 10th. 1807.
IS TUP. TIMK TO ESTEll TUB
Bryant, SlralJoii, & fliamberlte
Jlttrlinyton Muslims I'-JI'V"
A link in tho largest Educational i i-tttl'"140
The Best for Many Xcatons.
U I'pr IlUl lliunmi...- "
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