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THE VEEMONT TEAHS GRIP T.
The Farm and Garden,
t'Mtinr of Poultry
There is no manure made on a farm so
JuSethatofpalty. One ounce
of n.roperlv dlffliKKi In half a poundof
Ml aSaced in a bill of com vrhen
planed, will be as powerful a fertilizer
1 1 "... l,mM u wcliiht in barn-yard
A foriegn writer wye:
t Knince as well as in our own coun
.r",wt eminent chemist, have proved
"J i...f unnltrv manure is a
ant of proiKr system in housing iioul
trv it has vet not been rendered availa
: economy. The celebrated
rue iu " -;.-, n, ,...-,.
. I.e. uuv4 I1111L lien lilt;
.',.ims is considered
with relation to
l''"" ' ,.f t.t tliev contain, the
11 . hi manure contains. .
,, ,),, when sifted of ;;
.4.0 Kirt awle.
Worms in Howes.
l)r Paaren gives the following reciie
in the Prairie Farmer for the removal
of Binall worms in horses:
Divide six ounces of iron tilings
among twelve balls (with linseed meal
and treacle) and give one every morning
until thev are finished, and then give a
d(,t of aloes (six drachms of aloes made
into a ball with two drachms of powder
id ginger, and a little treacle), which
will eiiBK the expulsion of any worms
which remain in the horses' intestines.
Thenceforward support the strength by
liood generous feeding, and give iron,
t drachms ; powdered sulphateof iron,
two drachms; powdered gentian root,
t o drachms ; arsenic, five grams. Al ix
and give one such doe in mixed, cut or
soft feed twice or three times a week.
As the continued use of salt appears ob
noxious to worms, we would advise to
have placed, constantly, a good sized
piece of rock salt in the manger, or with
in reach of the animal.
iroir Fowls Grind Their Food.
On this subject S. Edward Todd dis
courses as follows:
fowls have no teeth to grind or mas
ticate their food with, and the best they
are able to do with it is to peck it to
pieces and swallow it whole. Kernels
of grain arc swallowed whole by them,
and as they are surrounded by a tough
pellicle or skin, which the juice of tlie
stomachs of the animals will not readily
dissolve or digest, they could obtain no
nourishment at all from the grain, if
this tough jielHcle wcro not broken.
Xow, jf we dissect the gizzard of a fowl
of any kind, we find a lot of small gravel
stones, which are usually the hardest
kind of flint, granite or sand stone.
Surely here is a jxicket edition of farm
Fowls swallow their food, broken or
not, and it enters the crop or llrst stom
ach, and remains in it until it has be
come softened, more or less, when a
small quantity at a time, just as grain
runs into a grist mill, is forced into the
gizzard among the gravel stones. This
gizzard is a strong, muscular stomach,
and plays night and day, when there is
a grist to grind, similar to bellows, con
tracting and expanding, thus forcing
the gravel stones into the grain, and
breaking it into fragments, and triturat
ing the whole mass; after which it is
in a suitable condition to be quickly di
gested. Harness Jllachiny.
A correspondent of the Fiihl gives the
following recipe for harness blacking,
w hich he has used for several years, and
is jcrfectly convinced of its excellence :
"Beeswax (shred linei eight ounces,
turpentine sullicient to cover it; let
them stand till the wax isdissolved(three
or four days); ivory black four ounces,
olive oil iruseneatsfoot oil) two ounces,
Prussian blue two ounces. Bub the
iory black mid Prussian blue well to
gether to a line nowderinnmurter: then
add the oil, and gradually the other in
gredients, and thoroughly mix them.
If it gets hard by keeping, soften with
turpentine. I have only one brush ied
- -one end for blacking and the other
JHyh or Low Jlarns.
One of the chief advantages of build-
Ing high hams lies in the relative
amount of material required to build one
of a given capacity. The foundation
and roof, with the same ground size,
ots no more for a building forty feet,
than for one ten feet high; and the wri
ti r says that hay and grain will keep
1 utter" packed deep than if put up in
shallow mows, though we think he does
M-t make this quite clear. If the crop
i well cured, perhaps the greater exclu
sion from the air may be an advantage
to both hay and grain. However this
may be, it is obvious, by increasing the
height, a good range of 'stabling may be
secured on both sides of the barn, with
any desired amount of storage room
above them, with no additional excuse
for either foundation or roof. Maine
How to Make Good Ham. -The
lork should be fat, cool and firm when
cut, the hams rounded at the ton and
lower comers of the middlings being cut'
oil' for lard. The flesh should be a little
aslant, and thus shorter than the wkin
of the ham at the top, to allow for the
contraction of the skin in curing. Saw
oil' the bones of each hum that connect
ed them, then joint the leg in the lower
part of the knee joint, and the ham is
ininmeu ior cooking. Exchange.
The crop of peas last year in Canada is
vLiuiuivu ai uuuKX) bushels.
The imports of guano at the port of
luruieyear pat were w.iw
(Attn 1 '
me reiwriH of wheat from Hungary
are so heavy tlmt neither the Danube
fni. . .
steam neet nor the railroads can carrv
tlie immense quantities awav as fast as
A corresK)iident of the Prairie Farmer
v,:ntu,K m WaHbiiiRtou Countv, Xeb.,
PWauOiw the total expense of rais
ing 1(00 bushels of wheat from 7 acres
of land. This is at the rate of 74 3 cunts
Whale oil poured on the whole length
... ..... "-v, jiwuiiij; u way uown over
the body, it is said kills all the lice with
out injury 10 me cow. Dried sand oc
casionally sprinkled over animals from
no.su io urn win Keep them as clear of
nee in winter a in summer.
(.oi. . P. Anderson, of ('iiiciiinnti
says that there is a nraetice in Ohio nml
Kentucky of selling stock oven-cighths
or more of any blood as full-blood stock.
It will be worth while for parties pur-
viiasiiig sxock oi strangers to ascertain
the meaning thev attach to"full-blood,"
"pi'ro blood," etc.; or they mav get a
"K" kuu,: "iMumiui u iiiorougn-iireu '
I he prosiKjet is ood in Central and
ortn -Missisippl, for crops, and the re-
lons oi very great uotitution are incor
rect So say the papers and the Bureau
agents. AH laborers who will work
have hud opttortunitics to contract, and
ull except the worst and idlest have done
i-o. There will be much more small
irrain and corn rai&ed this year than last.
and fur too much cotton. Xcw Orleans
Rnmi of the correspondents of the
Prairie Farmer arc indulging in remin
iscences. One man uougm some touku
snlit-boiioni ciiuu v....
i.a xvn married in 182S. and paid
for them in No. 1 fall wheat, at 25 cents
...,!.! Pnm wjw then from six to
. 4 . i.ciw.l mid no market for
.:t ..ii Another early settler
w i onnninisliols of com
ZFZnnT five cents
anu xiauivu v'lrt,, ..-iiiokov'
hushel. and look one-half In wliisKej .
a. ..Al?i'i, Jc a two-horse wagon load of
noultry manure i u- --
mufant; and when, ad a means of
v oimwirisoi , the following manures are
ikeii in iuts of UMW.lt will be lound
Odds and Ends.
Paris is to have its fortieth theatre.
The New York JTcra Id is again for,
The Great Eiistcrli spends 0 a
week for doing nothing.
Not found among Stanton's virtues
Bichcs come better after poverty
than poverty after riches.
Thercare sevon thousand Hollanders
residont in New York.
Tobacco should not be chewed but
Three things to govern temper,
tongue, and conduct.
A frog does not remember when he
was a tadiole, but others do.
If you carry the cross cheerfully, it
will carry you safely.
Helena, Montana, is to have a $70,
000 hotel in the spring.
Few ladies are so modest as to refuse
to sit in the lap of luxury.
A pretty female artist can draw the
men equally with a brush and a blush.
Good words and good deeds are the
rent we owe for the air we breathe.
iMunV a fool who has sense enough
to get him a good wife, lacks the wit to
A girl with a "ringing laugh"
caused an alarm of fire in Peoria. I hey
took her for a belle.
How was the queen able to write
such a good diary V Because she had
The earnings la4yenr of the twelve
railroads entering Chicago are estimated
by the Tribune at $49,000,000.
Feeling is a truer oracle than
thought; hence women are oft ener right
The liquor law is enforced at Hono
lulu. A Portuguese victualler, for sell
ing liquor to a native was fined $500.
The use of the cigarette at the din
ner table by Parisian ladies is at length
beginning to be a cu&tom.
An indeendont candidate for sher
iff in Kentucky puts forward as his
chief claim that he once slept with An
The benevolent women of Norwich,
Conn., leave food in the hands of the
captain of police, who deals it out to
"Wit and gaycty answer the same
pur j)ose that a lire does in a damp house
dispersing chills, and drying up
mould, and making all wholesome and
The Democrats in the Ohio Suite
Senate have planted themselves square
against the eight hour system. On a
proposition to make eight hours a legal
day's work on the public roads, they
voted unanimously against it.
A certain Irish attorney threatened
to prosecute a Dublin printer for insert
ing the death of a living person. The
menacer concluded with the remark
that " No person should publish a death
unless informed of the fact by the party
In England, during 1S07, the names
of 1,027,400 living children were regis
tered, an increase of about 13,000 over
the number for lSGtf. The rate of emi
gration was 537 daily, and the natural
increase of population exceeding this
number by 610 a day.
A man being told by a generous
farmer that he would give him a barrel
of cider, asked him if he would bring it
to his house. Certainly, replied tlie
farmer, with pleasure. Well, said the
grateful recipient, what will you give
for the barrel when the cider is gone.
A gentleman in Hartford, Ct., late
ly bought a crow, and had it cooked as
an cxiHjriment ; he invited two of his
friends to dine with hiin, and they pro
nounced it the best iwrtndge they had
ever eaten. He is elated at having dis-
oovpred a new mime lwrd. and oilers
liftv cents apiece for crows. That price
will fetch them right along.
C'-KSAlt AT THK DlNKKK T.VHLK.
Association with the miirhty confers
dignity on trifles. When, therefore,
we ridicule eontemiorarv characters,
we are ridiculing by anticipation mat
ters that ere long will be invaluable for
biographv. What an amount of inter
est there "is in the short letter of Cicero's
in which he described how Ctcsar j
rlinod with him : how " he ate and
drank without reserve: sumptousiy, in
deed, and with due preparation," and
not onlv that, "but witheood conversa
tion, woll digested ahd seasoned, and, if
yau ask, cneeriuny;' now me guesi
was not one to whom you would say,
" Prav come tome in the same manner
when vou return ;" how " there was
nothing oi lmiwrtancc in me conversa
tion, but a ureat deal of liberal Iearn-
imr:" how. m snort, lie was nigniy
pleased and enjoyed himself V" Thus
we find that " the man who kept the
world in awe" ate, and drank, and
fill.-.-il si niiv other cultivated irentle-
ninn would: and tlie community of na
ture between lnm and us, wnicn me
maiestv of his jrenius seemed to destroy,
the dinner-table thoroughly restores.
Nor is the interest lessened by the recol
lection that even then the dagger was
nearly ready for Ciesar- imperial heart.
An Ankidoti: ok Dean Swift. 1 lie
eccentric Dean Swift was walking in the
Phoenix road, Dublin, when a thunder
shower came on, and he took shelter
under a tree, where a party was shclter-
imr also, two vounir women and two
vounc men. one oi me cins iooneu
very sad, tin, as me rain ien, ner rears
fell. The Dean inquired the cause, and
learned that it was their wedding day:
thev were on their way to church, and
now ner wmte domes were wet aim sue
couldn't co. "Neverminil.ril marry
vou." said the Dean; and took out his
prayer booK, and mere ana men mar
ried them, their witnesses being present;
and, to make the thing complete, he
tore a leaf irom ins pocKei uook, ana
with his pencil wroteandsiKiiedacerti-
ncaie which lie nimueu iu wie unuc. ii
r j 1. 1 1. I- 1 1 ...1 1 AX. T4
was as follows :
"Cndt r a tree, iu stormy weather,
I married tins Juan and woman together.
Let none but Him who rules the thunder
Sever thin man and woman asunder.
Dean of St. l'atriek'B."
taf There are manv homes which
might he made more cheerful and pleas
ant to the inmates, by tnc introduction
ofa musical instrument, suited to the
canacitv of someof the household, which
would infuse a new joy into the bless
ings of their abode. Possibly, there
may he one or two, who possess a hidden
talent lor tlie divine an. which oiny
needs cncourairement to be developed
into such perfection that others may de
rive much pleasure, besides the actual
benefit which the player will derive.
To such, the American urgans manuiac-
tured bv Mo.-rs. S. D. & H. V. Mnith,
Boston Mass., are particularly adapted.
Xot onlv do thev irive the nearest re
semblance to tlie pipe urgan in quality
of tone, but their delicacy of action ren
ders them capable oi neing eiieciuany
used in the performance of light and
cheerful music. Cincinnati Commer
cial. f?Kvrr.Y. Jkmmy. Sir James Mackin-
lnsh invited Dr. Parr to take a drive in
lii riir The horse became restive.
"OontK- .Temmv." savB the aoctor.
"don't irritate him; always sooth your
horse, Jemmy. You'll no Deuer wun
out me. T.ct mo down JemmV." Once
on terra llrma the doctor's view of tlie
cae was changed. "Now. Jemmy,
touch him up. Never let a horse get the
lettcr of you. Touch lnm up, conquer
mm, tioirt spare mm: anil now, I'll
leave you to manage lnm Til walk
maj- j. vvoiiiuii, mieiy lOOKinir at a
Gordon press on which the San Fran- I
cisco Free Prc was heinir printed.
looked up into the face of her compan
ion, anil in tne mosx carncsi manner in
quired, "Arrah, liml an' them's the
thimrs as writes the paypers? lie's them
tho thlncs mev can xuaicmr Jioiy
. . . ..it .1 1- n iy-i.
Muthor of Moses! does the Yankees lie.
abuse and blackguard one another by
CeT Lancaster, Mass., has erected a
memorial hall at a cost of $20 000 to per--,t.,,
ii, o nmmnrv of the soldiers from
that town who fell iu the war, and to
accommodate its fast growing public li
H. A. CUfLER,--PROPRIETOR-
AH Printing brought to this Oilier, both Plain
and Ornamental, will meet with jiruinjit atten
tion, at prices as low an the times will admit.
We do our wurk much Utter than can hut
Onice that will do a job of priutinfr for nothing
for the sake of dopriving us of it, and we are
ready to compare our work with any imilar
class of printing done in the cities, both in neat
ness and price.
Hand vonr orders iuto the Transcript lok
and Job Wnting Kntablishment if ou takoany
prido in having your printing done in a woiV
K AD Till!! UKADT1IIS1
SMITH & FOSTER
HlTl.NO l,WSMTHBOI.USTAN'I) AT
To. 2, Danw Block !
For a term of veaw, Imve dosed tlieir uraneh
ktorr on IVu Stroet. ami omisolkUted at No. 2,
I) arrow IBock, where too ran find many kcxkI
Sold at Cost,
Such as Over Coats, Under Coats, Pants, Vets,
Shirts, Drawrra, Hats Oaiw, Ac, .Vc. e are
At (, and to maVo room fn our Spring
Stock, that i nbeady coniing in. eP the
largeot axtMirtrarnt of
Half Suite. (Vats. Vests and Pants, Voder Oar-
ments, Hate. Tap, Cellars. We not ly make
a spotnallty of tlie
lint keen a larce assortment of a -dozen Dtlier
styles. Ties, Bows, and Knots. Wo havo and
keap for salu, every Kew Style. Wo ask altosi
uon or an wno wsii
Ou pricen. wo can't bo beat; on quality of goods,
we keep tbo best. By calling at Ko. 2, Harrow
ISIocK. vou can satisiy yourseivcu. ro gnim-
bling if you don't purchase.
l- m'd. hmitb. 165-3m o. i. fosteii.
IS THE TIMK TO lJTKU TUK
Bryant, StraUon, & Chaiuberliit
Burlington Jlusincss College
A linV in the largest Educational enterprise in
The Best for Many Reasons.
EXPENSES GXEATLTT REDUCED.
ZC For full particulars send for the "Bulle
Address, J. S. CUAJllJtatLilIv,
Burlington, Vt. 163-ly
ICES BUS. X.AZAKT78 fc XCOKKXS'
V Klit'KOTKD SPKUTICLES.
Thej Nerer Tire The Ejre,
Last Manv Years Without
A. H. MDNYAN,
Watch Maker and 'Jeweler
Role Agent for St. Albans.
-Wo employ no jicdlers. 175-ly.
VEW STYLE Over'Ooats, Just received at
XVCEMZKD Allt ;
A rem; roa
ANI DINKASKS OKTllt THUOIT AM) MJXOS,
Applied by Dr. V. L. Blood,
NO. 9 Sia.NTOOllEnY PIUPE, BOSTON, HISS.
Whv i tin rtain tins loathouit' disease
i. !i. ! aii ! nbtaiiieil - We meet those
A.iy who ai- suffering hum Citarrli to such an
i lrnl. that the mi j.fgi s in the head are in
a i1i c-oiiisiwh1 tnliti'i, tlx' nose and throat
tilled with sueli a iu.isn r cuinipt matter that
thev ale ohjo ts of disgust to theinn-hes, and of
pity to thiM uith "Ii. 'Mi the as-.nei.ite.
Chroiiie Catarrh nsulb atet tin heud, fau
ces and brmu'liMl tulK-n. It isinariahl r.ustKl
by humoral or inlUimnatory hlol. 1t which
the mucous uiemuraliu is matlr sort or iiifiuuicil
ptoduciiig a copious effusion of viscid mutter. -If
it be produced bv ufuU in the blMMl it is
almost certain to end m consumption, unless
speedly cured, because it is impossible to en
tirely prevent the matter from miming down
the bronchial iuto the air vesu Irs, and xnch is
the excuriating. or sealdniK of the proptrty
matter, its contact with the .K li. atr linings of
the air-cells at twve causes irritation, and in
vites the Immoral properties of the blood to de
prtsit therein Takercles and Vict rs.
Catarrh almost alnars attends Consumption,
and fre4iiuintly leab to it
In Oxygenized Air no havt- a positive cure for
this disease. The re toed is taken by inhalation,-
breathed directly into the lungs, and
through them carried into the blissl: thus as
soon as the blood will carry it, it re ache all
parte of the system, dceuinpoaiug the impure
matter in the blood and expelling it through
tin- pores, and through the natural channels
from the system. Thus you will see that the
cause of the diass is remoed, and the disease
itself must follow.
In tlw same mauner w trial and radically
cure Bronchitis and Ciut-uniptoii. It no one
suileriuK from tlK-se diseases despair of rrliof.
If too are too far away to visit our oflice and
see ns personally, riU' a lesentioD of your
symptolus, and lorward to tlie address below.
Send for our circular, which give- a full de
scription of these diseases.
Out ot the many thousands of testimonials
received we ihiMisu tin. following
Bii. 1 V. Hwon,
)! '. I dcsin to give you my testimony
in regard to th vlu of ymir "ieiitiSc system
of treating (.'.ttarrh and disease- of the Itespi
ratory organs. I have used yor remd. "(Jx
geniseil Air,' in my practice for the last year
with comileti -.uceeas. I ha v. cured the worst
forms of Catarrh, and a uiajotitv of the cases of
Bronchitis and Consumption iu their advanced
at ages. 1 utiqualincdis pronounce ' Oiygemt
ed Air " the gri atest Issm ever yit tonferre!
upon onr suffering race, ami hope the daj is not
far distant when i verj iiiU-llig nt phy-Kian will
lojrt your svsti in in the tieiituieiit of all forms
of ehrimic affections.
Fr.it rnally yours,
L. M. LK.E, M. D.,
No. 19ft Westminister St . Providence.
Uit. L. C. Bux)D,
MyJ)ear Sir.- I
have tested your lemedy,
in advanced stages of Ca-
tarrh, Bronchitis, and Coiisnmpttou , and the
results havo born, in thu highest sense, satis
factory; so positive am I of its wonderful iow
er to arrest the progress of the above nanifcd
diseases, that 1 can conscientiously advise all
who may bo suffering from them to place them-
lves under the treatment at once.
SKVD roUClUl'VUlR, ASIKUIDKKHS
DR. C. L. BLOOD,
'J 3itoovi:i:y riacK,
BOSTON, 3fA SSA CtlUSKTTS
l'hvsicans vauted to adopt this systtmi of
This is tho best
article yet put before
tlie public ior an
kinds of Sores and
Kniptions of the
Rkin. as SaltBhenni.
Old Sores, Broken
Full v upholding Dr,
Poland's renutatiou as an originator of valuable
remedies. It is the
Vor burni;, sca'da, frost bitten parts, chapped
lin and Rands, cracks in the feet, (with which
nfd neonla are troubled,) styes upon the cyo
l.M on?! in fuel nvor-rthinir to which a salvo is
applicable. Trice, 25 cents. Manufactured un
der the supervision of tho originator,
DR. J. W. POLAND,
And for sale by-all Wholesale ami Retail Dni
Kists, and at Country Stores. Geo. C. Goodwin
3s, Co., and Bust Bros., & Bird, Boston, General
C. B. POLAND,
Proprietor. Also, Agant for Medicines manu
factured by Dr. J. W. Poland, viz: Cedar Plas
ter, Diarrhoea Elixie, Indian Tile Remedy, Ca-
tuartic line, ic. loo-u-eon.
SMITH'S KEW ItCOCh',
Opposite tho Court House, have this day optmed
the largest' and best selection of
Bvor olVerud for ala in the .Stato, which we oll'ar
at greatly itduued jmeea.
LOOK! i.UvK! LOOK! WOK! LOOK!
English Moew Braver,
(lerman Mntrw Iteaver,
Frejieh Mosi-oW Beaver.
Amerwan SloK'un Braver,
Castor Moceow Baer.
L'uHin Muw-uw Beaver,
1 'il.it, Blai ks and Bines.
COATS 1 COATS I
Blael Drejs Froa'as, BUekTrocot Frojls, Black
snt Mixed ProcVi, Clohl Silk Mixed FmeVs, Fan
cv Cabsimere Kloeta, UngHsh Walking Froels,
Moscow Beaver Sacks,
Caeior Beaver Sack,
Pilot IWver Sack?,
Trecot (llrwm anil Black) Sacks,
Silk Mixed (all colore) SaoVa,
loe Skin Sack,
Broad Cloth Sacks,
Fancy Casm'e Sacki
PANTS AND VESTS !
Punt unil Vrt X all Vimbi,
I'mili nml Vtl of 1 tinda.
I'riiU nml Vr.l. u till kinds.
OK ALL KIKUS.
OP AIX KINDS.
OP ALL EINDN.
OF ALL KIXUS.
OP ALL KINDS.
OF ALL KINDS.
Of all kind and descriptions
Soiuetliiitg Interesting for the Boys
Wo would call simeiat ittcntkm to oar complete
assortment of Yentlu and Boys Clothing of
OTKR COATS OK ALL KINDS,
UNDKP. COATS OF ALL KLVa,
PANTS AND VESTS OF ALL KINDS,
FALL SUITS OF ALL KINDS,
JAt'rTBT AND PANTS OF ALL KINDS.
SHIirrS AMI) DRAWERS.
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
PLAID OVER SHIRTS,
PLAIN OVHR SHIRTS,
GRAY" AND BLUK OVHR SHIirTS,
CASSIMHRK OVER SHIirTS.
Cotton Hoso, Merino Hoe,
Shaker Hose, Silk Hdkr,
Iineu Hdkfa Suapend'r
Gloves and i large assortment of Cardigan Jack
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAI's
Styles too Numerous to Mention.
v Kmilli would resnectfullv inform all
nrl.!. .M .n.tnm.r. nml tell thcusaud now Olios,
that he can only be found at his now and spa
r.m..it Mm Cnuri House, under tho lirm of
" Wil. N. SMITH A CO,
TXSUItACE. The undersigned will take
risks for either of the following first diss
Home Iusuruce Company
OF NEW HAVEN:
Capitnl Stoclc, Sl.OOO.OOO.
Internatiiual r New York.
Fire and Marine of Springfield,
Cttpltal Stocfc WOO.OOO.
National Insui-ance Com
Insure against Firo and Mariuo RLsks. Kot ox
ceeding $30,000 on any one Risk.
Each of tho above amounts of Stock paid in,
M. BUCK, Acopt,
Office over Wceka' store, St. Albans, Vt.
Not. nt, 1866. H-tf.
M31K WILL Illtl.YU OOTTIIKTIICTII.
We are now receiving from Xevr York and Bos
ton large additions to our already largo stock ot
BOOTS AND SHOES
Knbbers, Crocker, OlasH Ware, Loat'.i er. Shoe
l"indings, Ac, to benefit the inliabijunts of
We propose to give thoin a few of our many
Cotteei, 25 to 10 eta.; iltl dill'ercnt kinds of Tea
at 00 ets., 70 eto.. 80 eta., 00 eta., J1.00, 41..0,
best fl.'AV; Uiinilioil Ijftinp aoliintote, !10 ete;
Marble Foot lamp at 50 cu.; T,nrat Lamp,
11.50: (tablets, f 1.50 per doz.; Oootl Tumblers,
7 ets. Call and nee the
":nw sun burner r
Tlie gntt HHpeoviHiwnk tf till- age. CUmi
n vs. Lanterns.
GLASS WARE. CHOCK Kit Y,
And Ht'Hie Ware, down, down, down. Indies'
Irf'th-r aiid C'IkIIi Mus t-, f ull kinds, sorts,
iiid width, fr un I In lottest nil t high,
higher, higln St.
CHILDREN AND MCI3SES,
lu great variety. Mens and Boys' BHit
priet-s so low that will sureh eanse the sale
CUSTOM WORK !
We manufacture M kinds of Ladiun' and
Boots ami Shoes, and uith the assistauo
H. G. BARNUM,
As Foreman, we cannot help giving satiafaetiixi
to alt. SO Case Mai' Booto at WhoUsiole and
Itetail, juat received. Keep yur feet dry by us
It vt ill prevent Cough and tVilds eanaed by
damp feet. Will you plva.r cat l(if vi.u have the
cash) and be eunv'incetl that half has not yet
lx t li told.
WIIKELKK A BULKY
138-1 Main Stn et, opposite tie Court House.
EXflTE)lK.Vr OX LAKE STKEET
AT THE NEW ONE PRICE
The suhsenls-r is happy to inform the people
of Franklin County that nv has jus opeued a
Ami bthviutt that he umkrtam.& the watilnof
thvpopk of this culd flinwte Q has ttlWd Kb
Purchased from the B-st Manufacturers m Nevr
York and B)ston, the mbscriU-r feels jutini
in nayiuK tliat he can pU aw all. He a U gnods
AT LOW PHICE5.
The undersigned has spared no pains or exenM
in the fseh etum ot HlB atock, aim ail iirmw ui
HATS, CAPS. .
PAPER COLLARS, T1KS, Ae.
Will do well to give u-s a call before nnrchaslnt;
elsewhere. Wo mako tlia celohrateil
Bewis Pateut Shape Collar a
MT STOCK OK OO019 IS ALL KW, ASM 01" THK
LATEST STYLES IN MAHKET.
Beuieiuboc tho place Second door from the
American House, north side. Lake street.
GEO. W. BLODGETT.
St. Albans, Get. 1st, 1SC7. lC-tf
IU T.ffettt art
It is nn nnfailine: remedy In all cases of Neu
ralgia Facialis, often effecting a perfect euro in
II.-... Iwi.iifv-fimr hours, from the use of no
more than two or three pills. No other form of
Ncnralgia or Nervous Disease has failed to yield
WOXDKIIFUL liKMEDAl. AGKXT.
Vvmi in tin- severest cases of Chronic Neural
gia and ccneral nervous derangements- of many
m ,r.,i;,,!vrri-etiiitr thu entire system,
Us use for a few days, or a few weeks at tho ut
most, always altords ttio
MOST ASTOKISMXG J'.KLIKF,
KnA Tery rarely fails to produce a complete and
permanent curu. It contains no drugs or other
materials in the slightest degree iujurious, even
test degree mjunous, eicu
system, and can always be
to the mostdehcatc
It has long been in constant uso by may of our
most eminent Physicians, who give it their
unanimous and unqualified approval. Sent by
mail on receipt of price, and postage.
One package. ... tl 00. . . .Postage 6 cents.
Sir packages. .. . 5 00.... " 27 "
Twelve Packg's.. 9 00.... " 18 "
It is sold by all wholesale and retail dealers in
drugs and medicines throughout the United
States, and by TURNER & CO., Sole Proprietors,
120 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass. 1&-Gm
IP YOU want a good suit of Clothes for a rerj
small sum of money, go to BL0DGETT3.
IF "VOU want to see tho largest stock of Cor
digan Jackets in town, go to BLODGETTS.
ALL that want a good Fur Cap and Silk Hat,
tho latest ityle in market, will do well to
call at BLODGETTS'
NEW STEAM MILL!!
Bingham & Lincoln,
.War (lie Frellt IJepot, St. AllmiM, V(..
IS now rcadv to grind corn meal, fine or coarse,
and all kiiids of grain for feed. This Mill
was built by Ilcilines fe Ilia nclui ill, of Bos
ton, of the'ts st I reneh Burr, is complete in evo
r reap it, ai.d i apable of grinding twenty
flee biishi ie pi i le.ur. Being dependent on
neither wind or floods for rmwer, wo can do all
work of this kunl without hindrance to our cus
tomer's. AVe shall be prepared to furnish corn
in the kernel, or ground, and at all times' fresh
and as elu ay a elsewhere. We are also read
to rt etite orders for
SjisIi, Blinds and Doors,
MonliKiigs and House Finishings of every do
scnplion, of as good material and workmanship
as any other shop m the State.
Donu to order with Machinery which now and
of tlie latent improvements. With thmse famh
lies to give perfect satisfaction, we solicit a
sliare ot pnlriie patronage-
BINGHAM A LINCOLN
St. Albans. Feb. 27, 1K67. 151-tf.
G. B. SMITH,
Itetail Dealer in.
HATS, CAPS, & PURS,
BuffaU. and Fancy Sleigh Kobes, Knr Overmiata,
ladies' Draw Furs, FurandBnek Oloea
Mittens, Valises. L'mbrellas, Trav
eling Baj;s. Trunks, Ac, Ac.
South Main Street, St. Albany Vt.
. r ill 1 .Liiii'iunee that In has
ajtiuv ! the shoninger r-
ii:, mil M. 1" I
..m iiiupaiiv, iinea,tiui.,
m.il Mill f'lr .is'i !, -rut', t tits of tli
h AM FIX Ml,
Ti, Xi nts tr 1 aiui.it-s. ..ii the Ui'-st rt asouable
terms Tht-v mantirat tiije fifty thff rent Und.
fruui uat to six sets reeds, with or witlifmt
'; HAE AXl TliKMOl.O.
All of tin se iutrumeuts p..ss. ss gn at twer,
with s..tiies. ind tl. liltility of tune, as ready
to respond ti the ttu li as a piano; the case
are highlr itruamept' d n eiternal finish, the
ery best "of materials U ing used warrant el to
I YE .l TISFAcriOX.
Any ptrsou wistuiiK the beat lustrnment ftr th
least amount of num. . will do wtll to examine
these before purchasing eWwhere.
C. 1. FARKAB. Agent,
St. Albans. Vt. ll2-4kn
I!, L1V1XGST0N ft SONS
VI:E now . m J h-iu .1 at thu Old Stand, with
N. a 'id
Filled with oiie of the ut extensive anal cMt-
pU'tr Stocks of
F C R X I T U R E
Eer offered in ihia market. We would especi-
allT mvite attention to a fine kit of Chamber
Sett, worth from to i!5t.
To suit any purse and room. ihirs of every
dtrariptioii, Parlor, Easy and Rocking Cfaaus
Cane Stats and liiniug Chairs, Centre,
Diuiug and Extension Tallies, Lovn
gts, BnreaUf, Beilsteadit, Ac.
V HI Lit RE N S C A Rll 1 A G ES
In large varietv. Mirrors. IScture Franios of
various mouldings, xa all shapes and sizos.
We have added a ik a department tomtr
bonnes, and have jnwt opened six
tlumsand Rolls of
Of all prices, ami vinumdnfc no ami clogaut
patterns never before onVred in thfa market,
Also, some clioice designs: in a new stock ot
Window Shadeti. We afe keep eenstatitly en
Imnd a large as.urtraent of
Eoscwood tC- Mctalic Cases,
3Ir. H. Livingston
would thank all old
friends for a gener
ous patronage ex
tending over a pe
riod of forty-three
Tears, and invite
t hem and the pub
lic generally io the
new store. Wo havo
not the larcest stock
of Furniture in the United States, but w have
ancxtensive and attractive assortment, which
wo will sell on the most favorable terms. Cal
at tho Now Store, opposito tho Court House, bt.
Albans, Vt. L IYINGST0K 4 S0KS.
STATE OF VERMONT.
WHEREAS, tho St. Albans Bank, a corpora
tion, dnlv incorporated by tho Legislature
of tho State of Vermont. located and doing busi
ness at St. Albans, in the county of IrankUn,
has made application to me, "questing m
issue a proclamation designating day
for the termination of tho existence of -aid cor-
IOAn.l0wi.creaH.it has been made to appear tome
tha twSthtato of tho legal votes of tCc stock
holders of said corporation were givonin favor
or said application.
Now, thurefore, I, Paul Dillingham, Governor
of the State of Vermont, in conformity with aald
application, and tho provisions of section eighty-six
and eighty-seven of chapter eighty-nine of
the, General Statutes of Vermont, do hereby is
suo my proclamation, and declare that on the
twenty-fifth day of March, A. D. 18C3, the said
corporation shall cease to exist as fully and
with the same effect as ir said charter expired by
tho limitation thereof.
In wituesB whereof, I havo hereunto signed
mr uamo and caused the seal of the State
I,.g, to'bo hereunto afiixed, in Executive Cham
bom at Waterburjr, this 23rd day of Sep
tember, A. D, 1807, anil of the independence of
the United states toe yiut,
By tho Governor,
Wm. P. Diixisghasi,
Scc'y of Civil and Military Aaffaira.
OOMS IN BARNES BLOCK TO..iJ.,
l"V c;t.i,i- f,.r "Tjin-i-nrs Offices. Millintri
Shops, or Club Rooms; also first plass Storp
on tirst floor, nearly complete,
j QHli.VXs AMI MliLOUEONs!
Leonard, Brainerd & Co.,
VTUOLBSaUE ASD CrTAIL
Offor for sale a very great snpplv of goods in
their hue. selected with care and warranted of
best quality. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Dressing
Cases very choice at from 5 to Hi each.
Toilet eass-s, Cologne Stands,
conn; xk no ttlks,
t - T..l-:.l nr . i .r . , . .
iaB-i, mum nii, jieiai, i nwa, anj fartau
mil Uoxes; nice Hoiph .f Vrfmucrv. Vn,-
Osier Bottles, Wicker and Mam Bung-
euts, Parian Bottles of Perfumery, Lnlnu's Ex-
lunniHK, uouarays and Uautier's
trench Extracts; V-Lang-V-LaHg; Japan T
XIOHT M.nnMixo CEltECS,
BWt "f Eden. Egyptian Lotus, Vmerieaii
Ejtracts, Florida Water, LaTender Water, Ae.
I'iniales fnmi i. e nts t ii inj. Ladies' Port
nioiiies, 1. ntl imn's picket I'xmks, Ini! Books
Ae. Hand Mirrors, -..i!ihs. An Uigant Htock of
I rii BATs7.s
And Bmsh( s for . H Dnrp-wes, -lich &s fl.-thes
Flesh, Teeth, Nail, Lather, Crumb, Hat Brush'
es, 4e. Teeth Powders and Tenth Wash, ,
Drinking Flasks and Cups. ('In nee Toilet S,iw
from 5 cents to 51 Wl pi r cake.
YEHY Mt'ESTATloSKh V,
Awl Station- r s articles, with French Billet ami
Not Paper, and Envelopes to Matcii. Thtr.
nmtut ters. offer, as usual, a Ure ,nJ epn.
cioOM stock of
Vill us AXD MEDWIXKS,
At low price, awl of best qnalily. l'hjswuu'.
anil Druggists crders sulkiUxt. Ireaenpti.us
carefrrtly prenawl. PATENT MBDiriHES m
ereat variety: all new and approved kinU.
SPICES (whole an-. ruanl) warranted pure.
I'Uvuring ExtracH, and a full ktock of
Diet y; t; is rs a wckkie
Krrmtu', best and cheapest m town. Lard Oil,
Whale Oil, Sperm Oil, Nt's 1'irnt Oil, Mive Oil,
Ac. Burning FIumU Sptnu Turiwutiu. Trujseb,
.Nupp.'rt' i s ami Sli,,uldi T Br.tees. Surgical In
struments f m nishe.l. .Vgency Snr At Snow A C'.
Ih.l AXD fDffEf.
All Teas narrautd. and monev refumlrd if n"t
salMfavtory. Teas 'JO cents, $1 OW, $1 h, it JU
tl ,r, and it per 11..
LKONAKI). BB.VINFRD A n
St. Albans, Dir.. If67, '
1 h.t. just r. i ivr.l j Ijr-; i.t ( ar.t ml
, . i.ii.I nality ..f -t.. in .1 In. .a War.-, ci.m
i lsiiiL- t New ainl E .-ciiit Put thrill callul
,eii Ciiaui' lStt-rns. Als. a large t(k t
t it!. i tSlius ami l..n W..ie, uhith I iS'tii fur
-.in ! -an. Pleas.- ,-all ainl b-forr pnr.b.n
t th. old F,rrtr Blivk .!..r m.rtli ..f
.. nre H. rariar s
P (; -KINNKK.
C.A.J. MAB3H iu CO.. --St. Albaa
Fail Term opens Sept. 3d. Scholarship 135.
Tt-Ie graphing uithnseof lustruruent., extra. 1 13.
Ilion. .graph; per term ilil. Sp,in ns of i'- u
maushio sent tree.
Jt'JtT HKCBIVKU, a Urgt atan-k of ItU.v.-i
and Mittens for Men and Buys, which w:ll
b cold l.w at BLODOET
TKH.MO.T CK.VTKAI. A.ND ULLIJkS
Oommencma Feb. 21. 1303.
TKVLNS UtMKe SOCTH AXC lilST
Leate St.gAlbans at 6.15 a. m., li.uap. ni., and
7fJ p. m.
Mail Train leaver tit. AHnns at 6:li a. m., and
connects at Burlinifton with Rutland Road, at
White River Junction andBvllemv Falls with
train foe BugtuM, WovcetOer, SpriHf;ieU. and
with trains on Pasaumpmc K. B.. amves at Nw
York at 10.45 p. m.
Iav Express leaves Montreal at SJU a. m., St.
Johns at KMX) a. m.. Ogdensba-gh at 6 30 a. SQ ,
Boose's Point at 10:15 a. m.. tor Boston, Ac, ar
ming iu Rtwton, via. Lowell at 10:30 . m.
Nifih x7rr Um.vv Ot Iirlraryll al 11.30 a.
ni., Montreal at 3::M p. ni.. Rit.s.-'s Point at 5.40
p. m.. St. Johns at tJO p. m., amving at Boston
at H.40 a. m., connecting at Bellow Falls with
Cheshire Road for Boston and WorcesWr and
with Yerniunt ValWy lUuroadttrSpcuigneM. Ac,
and arriving in NewYork at 12.30 p. m.
TB nS OOIStl MOUTH AM) WKST.
Leave for Montreal at 6:W a. m.. 7:15 p. m.
F-tr; Booses Point and Ofnlensborgh at S:W
l iXi p. in., ami 3 iu p. m.
Day Exprese k-aves Boston via. Lowell S.ovj
ni. foe ItarongVJD, at. awans, ami jiuwreai.
Ogdeuabnreii, A c.
Mail Tram leaven Boston via Low.ri, at 7 0g
a. m., via Lawrence and Fitchlwrg at 7.36 a.m..
Springfield at 7:45 a. ni., for Burlington, aud
Accommodation Train leaves orthfleltl it
3 00 a. m., for Burlington, Ratiand, St. Albaa,
Rouse s Point, Ogendesbnreh, Ac.
Night Express leaves Bellows Falls at 10.00 p,
m., receiving pasBger from Vermont Valley
Railroad, leuvine Xww York at 12.15 p. m., and
from Cheshire Rallruad, leaving Boston at j.M
p. m., connecting at Wlilt- mver Jam -uon wu
tram Utavuig BobWjo at 5it p. in., for Burling
ton, Rinse's Point, Montreal ami Ogdmsburgb,
(-omiecting with Grand Trunk Trainn for tht
cars are attached to both the night
Erpreee trains nmning between St. Albans am
Boston, and St. Albaoa awl yprimlUW.
Through tickets for Chicago and the est f.i.
sale at the principal stations.
U. MERRILL, Sup.
St. Albans. Feb. 24. Istf.
JLV VALLEY RAILROAD.
On and after Doc. M, lSfii, trains wul rni
as foMows, viz :
Movise kocth .vsn i.rc.
Leave BurKngtooIat 3:30 a. m., p. m. 32
9;45 p. m. Arrive at Rutland at 1135 a. m., 1:11
p. m. 80 a. m. 12.50 a. m.
LeaveRutUndat40a.m.. 120 m. Arnt
Bellows Falls at 7:40 and 2e p. m., A 3 35 a.
m'Leave BeUows Falls at 7.50 a. m., aJJp. m..
30 a m. Arrive at Brattleboro' at 3:50 a. m..
3:-20p. m.. 457 a. m.
sioTtsa soETn ax wxsr.
Leave Brattleboro' at 11. -00 . in.. 4:13 A 9.-C0 p.
m. Arrrve at Bdlowa Falls at 120 t. m., and
'ZV "i t 12.35 p. m . 5:45 p. n,
0M "v- " rrive at Jutland at 5:10 p. m.,
30 p. m. 12:35 a. m.
Lelvt) Rutland at COO a ni. 1.20 p.
p m 1-30 a.m. Arrive at Burlington at 9.1 a,
tL, 4:25 p. in., and 6.15 p. m. 4.15 a. m.
TRAIN'S CONNECT AS FOLLOWS:
S- At Burlington with Boats on Lake Chaw
plain ami Vermont Central aiid l" '
Canada Railroa.ls, for MontpeUer, St. Albana
Rouse's Point, Jlontreal, Og.ifensburgh, and thu
West. At Rutland with trains for Troy, Albany
ami New York, Saratoga Springs, SchenertadJ.
and the West. At Bellows Valla with trams un
Cheshire Railroad for FitchburgU, Wf,elf
LoweU, and Boston. With Vt afiey ?J.
for Brattleboro', Springfield, Hartford, New Ha
ven, andNowYorkt-and with SalUTBMd
for Windsor, White P.iver JoMtion, WeU . Rt w,
St.! Johnsbury, Newport. Littleton, Mid. the
iSrtho West will find thi. a cheap,
pleasant, and expeditious route.
FOR TICKETS, and all necessary information.
enquire at the Offices Ujgfo Sop,
On and after Mprjjlay. Npv. 11. 18W, PaiaengPf
Trains wiU rup as fojlfwa :
Dav Express Train leaves lUicord a "J.3S ; .
m., for -VVhito River Junction, connecting with
trains for Montpelier, Burlington, Bouee TM
Montreal, Ac, and with Ogdensbnrgb and Grand
Trunk Railroads, for the U est.
Mail Train leaves Concord at 'Wf1; "1; or
t-iVi .n.i Tjincastcr: also, with trains fori
Franklin and BristoL
Evening Express Train leaves Concord at 3.1!
p. m., for White River Junction, connecting wita
trains for Montpelier, Burlington, St. Albina,
Rouse's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, and th
Or on arrival of trains from Boa ton.W orceatur,
Portsmouth. Portland, Ac.
Morning Express Train leavwi Whito Rlvot
Junction for Concord at 1.15 a. nr., or on arnval
of train from Ogdensburgh and Montreal. On
Mondays at C25 instead of 1.15.
Bristol Train leaves Jlristol for Concordat!
a. m., and Franklin at 9.12 a. m.
Mail Train leaves White River Junction for
Concord at 12.15 p. m., or on arrival of trains
over the Vermont Central, Paaaumpsic, and
White Mountains Railroads.
Day Express Train leaves White River Junc
tior at 4.53 p. m or on arrival of trvna frw
Montreal anil Qgdensborgh, Brattleboro', Hawf .
BeUows Falls, Windsor, Ac,, canneoHng at Con
cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowuli
These trains connect at Concord with train
for Manchester. Lawrence. Portsmouth, Port
land, Nashua, Worcester, New York, Lowell, am'
Boston. ONSLOW STEARNS, Agent.
Concord, N. IL. Nov. 10. 18G4. 1-tf.
. : U! o.- t i. t Jltl, ls.i.4
r. -y w sl?mtv arc m tt