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Vermont Daily Transcript.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
PUI1LISHED KACII KVHNINQ.
Ojtlre in llarne' Mori; hike St., St. .Wfmiix,
WILBUR P. DAVIB, Puop'u.
WlLHUH P. DAVIS,
Per year, in advance,
i-iix mouths, in advance
Three months, in advmicr
Oik month in udMic
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VOTE ON THE 11TJI
A It T J OLE
The Adjcmrnment !
AX IXTEItESTIXG ACVOUXT.
Excitement licro this morning reach
oil its highest pitch.
A) a very early hour swarms of peo
ple began wumlhig their way to the
Capitol, ami as early as ten o'eloek an
immense erowd had assembled in the
rotunda and about the entrance of the
No pen-on was allowed to pass the m
tiinda without a ticket. 'I hese were
again examined twice by the doorkeep
ers before the holder was able to get in
to the gallery.
Policemen in large numbers were dis
tribt'tc' through the gal'eries, armed
with clubs, to preserve order.
On the lloor of the Senaie Chamber
lively scenes were presente l just befoie
the Senate was calle i to ordci.
U roups of Senators and lleprsentii
tives stood around Iieie and there, can
vassing and discussing the work of the
At half-past eleven o'clock Air. Wade
called the .Senate to order. Then there
was half an hour of painful suspe lse.
At twelve o'clock Chief-Justice Chase
brought down his gavel and called the
Court to c rder.
As the hour for voting on the ar
ticle approached, anxiety could be seen
pictured on the faces of spectators.
The lirst business in oruer was the
consideration f the order to take the
vote on the 11th article first.
On this Hendricks demanded the yeas
nnd nays which was carried.
Fessenden then demanded the yeas
jind nays on the adoption of the order.
The vote resulted "A yeas to 1! nays.
While this vote was icing taken Sen
ator Howard was carried in and put in
his Bcatand wrapped up in a great shawl.
He arose and askcil if it would ho in or
der to ille his opinion.
The Chief-Justice said it was.
Grimes came in just aftor the vote
was taken, and created quae a tonsa
tion. He sat upon the Democratic side.
The Chief-Justice admonished the
galleries in advance that perfect order
must be maintained. It would oe a
subject of regret if ho was compelled to
clear tno gaiiciic.
The Chief-.Tustice then directed the
Clerk to read the eleventh aitieic, which
lie (iu amid proiound silence.
After the rending of the article the
Secretary called the roll. Anthony was
lirst called upon. He stood up amid
breathless silence and the Chief-Justice
put the usual form to him and ho replied
Then came Bayard and Bucklew, each
Sonator t 'ameron said "Guilty" before
the Chief-Justice had timetogei through
.with tue forms.
The vote in detnil is as follows :
3unrY. Anthony, Camirou, Cat
tell, Chandler, Cole, Conklin, Comic. b,
Corbett. ICragin, Drake. Howe. Mor
gan, Morrill (Me.), Morrill, (Vt.), Mor
ton, in ye, rntterfeon ot new Hauipsnire,
jromeroy, ivnmsoy, oncrman, tsprugue,
Stewart, Sumner, Thayer, Tipton.
Wade, Willey, Willinms, Wilson, Yates
Not Guilty Bavnrd, Buekalow,
Davis, Dixon, Doolittle, essenden,
jjowier, unmcs, liciuieison, licixlviuKs
Jackson, McCreery, No; ton, Patterbon,
m ' 1 r . ' ... ...
rienn.i iioss, sauis-jury, Trumbull
Van Winkle, Vlckers
After this vote had been taken Sena
toryWilliams in ved that the Com t ad
journ until the 2 th.
Hende.sou made r point that it could
not adjourn pendii.g the calling of a
vote on a question, nor until the result
juuge unusc men announced lliut on
the eleventh article the vote stood
Gullty, 35; Not Gu'lty, 19. On this ar
ticlo tho P'esident is acquitted;
The Chnir ileclareu that It was not in
order to a 'jouru, whereupon an appeal
was tnitcn, aim uio. yeas and nays or
On tho question, shall tho decision of
uio unair sranct as .,ne judgment or the
enaio, me voto stood yeas z. nays :i0
So the Chair was not sustained.
McCreery moved that w hen the Court
adjourns to-dny It adjourn sine die. Tho
yeas nnd nnys being ordered resulted
yens 0, nays 47 so tho motion was lost
-tientiersou moved Hint tno Court ad
journ until the last day of July next
The yeas and nays wore demanded and
stood ye.'.s 20, nays 34. So the Senate
retused to ad ourn until tho 1st of .Tnlv
Tho voto was then taken on Mr. Wil
Ham's original motion to adjourn until
tho 20th. It was adopted by a vote of
32 to 21.
Tho Senate then adjourned.
In Guatemala on tho 8th of April
a very sharp shock of earthquake was
experienced ; tho shocks were repeated
for days in succession, but no damage
was douo to tho buildings.
H. A. CUTLER, --PROPRIETOR-
,MI Printing brought to thin Office, both Plain
and Ornamental, will moot with prompt atton-
ion, nt prices an low as the times will admit.
Wo do our work much better than can any
Office that will do a job of printing for nothing
for tho sake of depriving us of it. and wo aro
oadv to comparo our work with any similar
lab of printing done in tho cities, both in neat-
ens and price.
Hand your orders into tho Transcript Book
and Job Printing Establishment if you taku any
prido in having your printing dono in a work
SEE ! ! SEE
t 1 t
lOO full course
Good for life, throiiKhout tho "International
Business Collego Association," to ho issued at
Chamberlin's Business College
Darlington, Vt., before Slay 15, 18(8.
These Scholarships will ho sold at tho regular
price, anil so issued as to sccuro to tno pur
chaser all tho privileges and advantages of tho
Scholarships heretofore issued, and to ho trans
ferable to a second party any time within thrco
years after tho holder thereof shall havo been m
attondanco at tho College for throo months.
This ulan will sccuro to
lOO YOUNG mEIV
I thorough liiisiiu'KS Education at their oi
as tho person making tho transfer is entitled tt
whatever iinco lie may agree upon wan
will ho withdrawn on tho salo of 100 Scholarships,
tue limit oi tuna not to oxcccii tno a novo date.
Uio 2 tree Montin nlun recently advertised is
eH As this offer will ho cairorly seized, and an
effort mado to close tho salo of Scholarships at
tho earliest possihlo day, and a similar offer not
again made, thoso desiring to securo it need to
xui limner ijunicuiur uuii uii ur uuuiena
J. S. CHAMDEItLIN, Proprietor,
103-ly Durlington, Vt
NEW STEAM MILL!
iur the Fiel(jlit Uejiot,
TS now readv to irrind corn meal, lino or coarso
1 and all kinds of grain for feed. This Mill
was bunt hv UoIiiich t; Jllniu liard, ot lioa
ton, of tho best French Durr, is eomploto in ovc
ry respect, and is capablo of grinding twenty
hvo bushels per hour. Jiiing ilepeiulent on
neither wind or floods for power, wo can do all
work of this Kind without hindrance' to our cus
tomers. We shall bo prepared to tiirnish corn
in tho kernel, or ground, and it all times fresh
and as cheap as elsewhere. We aro alo ready
to receive oiileis lor
Sash, Hlhuls and Doors,
Mouldings and House Finishings of every do
bcription, of us good material and workuianshii
as any outer shop in tno state.
Dono to order with Machinery which is new and
of tho latest improvements. ith theso facia
ties to givo perfect satisfaction, wo solicit
share of public patronage
DINGHAM & LINCOLN
St. Albans, Feb. 27, 1807. 151-tf.
I have just received a largo lot of lirst and
second quality of Stono and China Waro, com
prising two Now and Elegant Patterns called
'Gen. Grant" Patterns. Also a largo stock of
Cutlery, Glass and Stono Ware, which I offer for
salo cheap. Please call and see before purchas
At tho old Farrar Dlock, one door north of
Georgo II. Farrar'.
P. G. SKINNED.
Bt. Albans, Oct 21th, 1866. 130-tf
ST. ALBA3STS, VT., MONDAY, MAY
H. C. POST & GO'S.
rTWE undersigned having Just returned from
JL. market with a new and complete assortmentof
Aiu prepared to offer groat inducements to cus
tomers. Wo lmvo a largo stoek of dress goods,
Sim: and Wool, Poi'Ms,
Ttic JU'st Merrimars ami Corlieros.
Muslin and Cambric Embrodciios, Laco Edgings,
,., also a large variety of
GLOVES AND HOSIERY,
Silk and Velvet Dihbons all widths snd colors,
Cotton and Linen Trimmings and Draids. In
fact, wo have a better line of
Yankee Notions and Trimings
To show than over. Wo shall constantly keep
on nand ami lorsaiotnc
Beau Mode Skirt and French
The best iii tho market. Wo make Cloth. Caa
simeres, and Taylor s Tnmings a speciality, ami
will make it an object for purchasers to exeniino
goods and prices ueioro purcnasing eisewiicro.
II. U. l'USX it uu,,
Cornor Main and Fairfield St's.
St. Albans, Vt., May 1st, 18Ca. 215-lw
INEN Collars of ovcrv description at
I WM. N. SMITH ,t CO'S.
The American Cooking Store In
AT an adjourned term of tho Circuit Court of
the United States, for tho Northern District
of New York, in tho second circuit held at tho
City Hall, in tho city of Albany, tho 28th day of
January, in tho year of our Lord 1808.
Tho Hon. Nathan K. Hall, Juihje.
Jacod U. Sheau ,t Josiu'ii Packauu, )
Geo. D. DulliV John M. Dockwell. )
It is further ordered, adjudged and decreed.
that a perpetual injunction bo issued in this
suit against tho defendants, restraiug them
from further infringements of said Patent, No,
51,100, Dated Dec. 5th, 18Uj, for improvements
in cooking stoves, pursuant to and in accord
ance with tho prayer of tho Dill of Complaint.
Signed A. A. Dovce, Clerk.
Tho above was instituted for infringement of
tno ratent securing tue manner ot tittiug tno
ash pan in tho hearth of tho American Cooking
Stove, and for tho combination of the bailed
ash pan. Wo havo repeatedly cautioned tho
public against selling or using stoves with these
improvemots not manuiaciurcd ny us. All per
sons now selling or using stoves with these im-
pruveiueiua in violation ui 1110 uuovu injunction,
without license from us, will ho Halo to lino ami
imprisonment. SHEAD, PACKADD & CO.
203-0m. Albany, N. Y.
FOR SALE BYih M, WALKER.
1,000 MEN AND WOMEN TO
ACT AS CANVASSEllS J'Oll A SEItlEH OF
NEW ENGRAVINGS !
IDEAL AMElilCAX EAVES,
Engraved on stono in Paris by tho most emi
nent Lithographers in tho world. For particu
lars and descriptive circular, address
L. D. DODINSON,
209-Cw 4G Main St., Springfield, Mass.
rjTWICOT Jackets at WM. N, SMITH Sc. CO'S,
1847 -conTo 1868
WYMNA & HUNTINGTON,
Acknowledging the kindness and liberal pat
ronage of tho public in tho past twonty years, I,
, Now rriii'n- the proiuit-, (and Id the past he the
nssniiinre) Hint this corner of the good little
ts7vw; or Vermont,
And some portion of tho P. Q., shall bo well and
honestly supplied at tho lowest possihlo rates
with all the grades of American, Swiss A English
In GOLD and SILVER Cases.
Latest patterns and all grades
Masonic and Mechanics' Pins, Solid Silver Ware,
warranted line as com. itcautuui
KLEGTRO plated goods,
From all the best factories, such as
Syrup Cups, Mustard and Child's Cups, Vases,
Collin Plates, finally everything of lirst quality
This is the only placo in tho county wheiv you
can get, direct from tho manufacturers, tho
Genuine Win. Rogers & Son's
Spoons, Forks, Knivos, Ladles Ac, Don't he de
ceived and buy a 2d quality goods wlion its so
easy to get the best and at almost tho same price,
A great variety uiocks, xamo and rocuct
In abundance. Everybody wants a knife then
let everybody call and get one. A largo assort
ment ot Gold. Silver and Steel Spectacles and
DAGS, GAMES .tC.
Dillo and Pistol Cartridges. Dovolvers, Doberts'
Needles (warranted.) Watches, Clocks, and
Jowelrv reuaired in tho best possihlo manner
All work warranted satisfactory or pay refunded.
Eugraving neatly executed, and at reasonably
At tho old stand, Draincrd s Duildiug, corner
Main and Dank streets.
St. Albans, Feb. 10th, 18G8. 203-ti
This is tho bent
article yet put beforo
tho public for all
kinds of Sores and
Eruptions of t li o
Skin, as Salt Dhoum
Old Sores, Broken
Dreasts, Stmgs of In
Fully upholding Dr.
Poland's reputation as an originator of valuable
remedies, it is tno
GREAT PANACEA !
For burns, sca'ds. frost bitten parts, chapped
lips and hands, cracks in the feet, (with which
old people aro troubled.) styes upon tho cyo
lids, and in fact everything to which a salvo
applicable. Price, 25 conts. Manufactured tin
dor tho supervision of the originator,
DR. J. W. POLAND,
And for salo by all Wholesalo and Detail Drug
gists, and at Country Stores. Geo. C. Goodwin
,t Co., and Dust Pros., .V Dird, Boston, General
C. K. POLAND,
Proprietor. Also, Agent for Medicines manu
factored by Dr. J. W. Poland, viz: Cedar Plas
tor, Diarrhoea Elixlo, Indian Tilo Pcmody, Ca
thartic Pills, ic. 188-tvcow.-
Sold by Druggists Everywhere.
In St. Albans by LEONADD, DDAINEDD k
CO. Ac HENDYACO., Waterbury, Vt., Solo
February 7th, 1808. 202-3m.
. i COI.OBS.
;N E W FIRM!
BARNKS & CROVVLBY
NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK
LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT.
Would say to the people of, Franklin County,
tnat tnoy are prepared to oner tnem
Fresh from market, at the lowest cash price,
wnoicstvio and retail.
Young Hyson, Japan, Oolong and English Droak
fast. The finest in tho market. If you want
mixed Teas, buy puro Teas of DAHNES k
CUOWLEV, pick raspberry leaves and mix to
suit yonr tasto. You will find it cheaper than to
buy mixed Teas of any New York Tea Company.
DAHNES k CDOWLEY KEEP THE UllST
Go to DADNES k, CHOWLEY'S for the best
V. R. MOLASSES, SUOAHHOIJSE
P. P., HAVANA,
If you would keep clean, buy vour
Of DAHNES A- CDOWLEY.
PEEHLESS, O. K.,
To Tobacco Chewors, Smokers, and Snuff-Ta
kers : Wo buy or tho manufacturers, and can
please you both in quality and price,
Wo want Farmers and Dealers to boar in mind
that wo keep tho Puro Doston ground
Tho onls salt suitable for dairy purposes, which
win uc sold as low as can iiougut in tins marxet.
For a good light and no danger of explosions,
Of DADNES A CDOWLEY. Price as low as
Tho best brands constantly on hand. Also.
Graham and Duckwheat Flour, Dye and Corn
Finally if you want anything in the lino of
good grotcries, the placo to buy them is at
UAltMiS V UIIUWIjKI'S,
Cash paid for all kinds of Country Produce
Goods sold at wholesalo at tho lowest possihlo
213 DADNES A CDOWLEY
OEOIU1E W. 1IARNES, I
I. J. CHOWLEY,. J
St. Albans Vt.
Jtt affects ore
It is an unfailing remedy In all cases of Neu
ralgia Facialis, often effecting a perfect euro in
less than twenty-four hours, from tho uso of no
nioro than two or three pills. No other form ot
Neuralgia or Nervous Disease has failod to yield
WONDERFUL ItEMEDAL AGENT.
Even iir tho severest cases of Chronic Neural
gia and general nervous derangements of many
years standing aiiccting tno cutiro system,
its uso for a fow days, or a low wcckB at tho ut
most, always affords tho
MOST ASTONISHING llELIEF,
And very rarely fails to produce a complete an
permanent euro. It contains no drugs or other
materials in tho slightest degreo injurious, oven
to tho most delicate system, and can always ho
It has long been in constant uso by may of our
.1 f L Til !! I .. " IL II..!..
most eminent niysiciaus, who givu it men
unanimous and unqualified approval. Sent by
man on receipt orpneo, and postage.
One package... fl 00,. ..Postago G cents,
Six packages.... 5 00.... " 27 "
TwclvoPackg's.. 9 00.... " 48 "
It is sold by all wholesalo and retail dealers in
drugs and medicines throughout tho United
States, and by TUDNED A CO.. Solo Proprietors,
120 to 157 Tremont Street, Doston, Mass. 189-Gm
for all kinds
YOUTHS Clothing of all kinds at
WM. N. BMITH k CO'S.
VKItMOXT CKNTKAt. AND SULLIVAN
Commonolna April 13, 1808.
TllAINS OOINO SOOTri ANE EAST
Leave St. Albans at 0.15 a. in., 12.00 noon, and
7:20 p. m.
Mail Train leaves St. Albans at 0:15 a. m., and
connects at Durlington with Dutland Hoail, at
Whito Diver Junction andDcllows Falls with
trains for Doston, Worcester, Springfield, and
with trains on Passumpsic D. D.. ariives at Now
York at 10.45 p. m.
Day Express leaves. Montreal at 8;30 a. m., St.
Johns at 10:00 a. in., Ogdensburgh at 5-30 a. m,,
House's Point at 10:15 n. m., for Doston, Ac, ar.
rivjng in Dotou, via. Lowell at 10:30 p. in.
Night Express leacs Ogdelisburgh at 11.30 a.
in,, Montreal at 3:30 p. m.. House's Point at 5.J0
p. in., St. Johns at :M p. m., arriving at Doston
at 8.4U a. m., connecting at P.ellows Falls with
Cheshiro Doad for Doston and Worcester and
with Vermont Valley Dailroad for Springfield, Vo,,
and arriving in NowYork at 12.30 p. m.
TltAIKS OOINO N0UTU AND WEST,
Leavo for Sloiitreai at (5:10 a. m (1:50 ti. m.
For Douso's Point and Ogdonsburgh at 0:05
m., 12:05 .p. m.,and 3.10 p, m.
Day Express leaves Doston via. Lowell 8.00 a,
. for Durlington, St, Albans, Montreal, Sto,
Mail Train leaves Boston via Lowell, at 7K)fl
m., via Lawrence and Fitchburg at 7.30 a.m..
Springfield at 7:15 a. m., for Durlington, and
Accommodation Train leaves Nortliflcld nt
00 a. in., for Durlington, Dutland. St. Albaim.
Douso's Point, Ogcndcsburcli, Ac.
Night ExprcBa leaves Dcllows Falls at 10.00 p,
in., receiving passengers from Vermont Valley
Dailroad, leaving Now York at 12.15 p. m., and
from Chesliiro Dailroad, leaving Doston at 5:30
. in,, conneoting r,fc whito Diver Junotlon with
rain leaving Doston at 5:00 p. in., for Durling
ton, Douso's Point, Montreal and Ogdonsburgh,
connecting with Grand Trunk Trains for tho
Sleeping cars aro attaohod to both tho nlirhl
Express trains running betwoon St. Albans anc
lioston, and st. Alunus and Hpriuguohi,
Through tickets for Chicago and tho West fo
salo at the piincipal stations.
G. MEPPILL, Sup.
St. Albans, April 13. 1808.
EUTLANI ANI lurjtI.I(JTOV AX1 VT
On and after Dec. 2d. 1807. trains will rur
as follows, viz :
JIOVINO SOUTH AND EAST.
Lcavo Burlingtonlat 8:30 a. m., 1:35 p. m.
;15 p.m. Arrivo at Dutland at 11:25 a. m., 1:11?
m. 8:00 a. in. 12.50 a. m.
Lcavo Dutland at 1:00 a. in.. 12:00 m. Arriv
Dcllows Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 p.m., A 3:25 a.
Lcavo Bellows Falls at 7.50 a. m 2:25 p. m.,
3:S0 a in. Arrivo at Brattloboro' at 8:50 a. in.,
:20 p. ni., 4:27 a. m.
MOVINO NOltTH AND WEST.
Leave Brattloboro' at 11:00 . in., 4:45 A 0:00 p.
in. Arrivo at Dcllows rails at 12:00 h. m., and
5:40 and 9:55 p. in.
Leave Dcllows Falls at 12.35 p. in., 5:45 p. in.
10.00 p. m. Arrivo at Dutland at 3:10 p. m.,
9:00 p. m. 12:35 a. in.
Lieavo Jtutiandat (i.uo a. in., l.iiu p. m., a.zu
p. m. 1:30 a. ni. Arrive at Durlington at 9:45 a
m., 4:25 p. in., and CJ5 p. m. 4.15 a. m.
TDAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS :
5r At Durlington withDoats on Lako Cham-
plain and Vermont Central and Vormont and
Canada Dailroads, for Montpolior, St. Albans,
Douso'tf Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, and the
West. At Dutland with trains for Troy, Albany
and Now York, Saratoga Springs, Schoncclady,
nnil tho West. At Hollows Falls with trains on
Cheshiro Dailroad lor i'iui.im-(-L, WnrfPHtor.
Lowell, and Doston. With t. Valley Dailroad,
for Drattleboro', Springllold, Hartford, Now Ha
ven, and JNow lork and witn Sullivan itauroad
for Windsor, AYhito Diver Junction, Wells Diver,
St.! Johnsbury, Nowport, Littleton, and tho
Passengers lor tho West will find this a cheap,
pleasant, and expeditions route.
FOD TICKETS, and all nccossary information,
enquire at the Oiiices on tho lino.
l-tl. UliU. A. MttllllllilJ, supi.
ORTHK UN IIAILUOAD.
WINTER AHBANGEMEN r-1864-5.
On andaftcr Monday, Nov, 11, 1801. Passenger
Trains will run as follows :
Day Express Train loaves Concord at 9.35 a.
m., tor Whito llivcr Junction, connecting witn
trains for Montpelier, Durlington, Douso's Point,
Montreal, Ac, and with Ogdensburgh and Grand
Trunk Dailroads, for tho West.
Mail Tram leaves concord at ru.4S a. m.. lor
Whito Diver Junction, connecting with train for
Wells Diver, St. Johnsbury, Darton, Nowport,
Willoughby and Magog Lakes, Stanstead, Dath,
Littleton, nnd Lancaster; also, with trains for
Montpelier, Durlington, St. Albans. Douso's Point,
Montrela, Ogdensburgh. and tho West.
Bristol Tram leaves uoncord at j.uu p. in., ror
Franklin and Dristol.
Evening Express Tram leaves Concord at 8.1t
p. m., lor wmto llivcr Junction, connecting with
trains for Montpelier, Durlington, St. Albans,
Douso's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, and tho
Or on arrival of trams from Doston.Worcestcr.
Portsmouth, Portland, Ac.
Morning Express Train leaves Whito Diver
Junction tor Concord at 1.15 a. in., or on arrival
of train from Ogdonsburgit and Montreal. On
Mondays at 0.25 nutcr.d of 1.15.
linstoi Tram jor.vci iristoi lor uoncord at
a. m., and irnnkbn r.t U.1B a. m.
Mail Tram loavcj vhito Diver Junction for
Concord at 12.15 p. in., or on arrival of trains
over tho Vermont Central, Passumpsic, and
Whito Mountains Dailroads.
Day Express Tram leaves Whito Diver Junc
tion at 4.58 p. m.. or on arrival of trains from
Montreal and bgdeufaburgh, Drattleboro', Kccno,
Dcllows Falls, Windsor, Ac, connecting at Con
cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell
Theso trains connect at Concord with trains
for Manchester, Lawrence., Portsmouth, Port
land, Nashua, Worcester, Now York, Lowell, anil
li.,., i..,, nvuinu' emmtvi! a ...... i
Concord, N. IL, Nov. 10, 1801. 1-tf.
" It "Works Like a Charm."
Havo you Headache ? Uso Denno's Magic Oil
Havo you Tootnaciio t
Havo you Neuralgia ?
Uso Denno's Magic Oil
uso ilemiQ s Magic UU
Uso Denno's Magic Oil
Havo you Dhonmatism ?
Havo you Soro Throat ?
Havo you Sciatica?
Havo you a Druiso?
Havo you Cramps?
uso ltcnno s Magic uu
Uso Denno's Magic Oil
Uso Denno's Magio Oil
Uso Denno's Magic Oil
Havo you Choi. Morbus 1 Uso Denno's Magic Oil
Havo you Lameness? Uso Donno's Magic Oil
Tins is tno best family remedy, to euro all
kinds of pain, you over tried.
It is cloan. safo and delicious to uso, and if
you uso it faithfully, it will do you good.
Directions on oach bottle. Duyitof the Drug
gist or Merchant whero you trade. If thoy havo
not got it on hand they will send for it, at vour
request, and sell you tho genuiuo Denno's lain
Kifling Magio Oil, at tho manufacturer's lowest
prico at retail.
WM. DEENE, Solo Proprietor and Manufac
hirer, Pittstlold, Mass.
Sold in St. Albans by all Druggists, Weeks A
Doynolds, Grocers. In'Swanton Falls by D. T.
SIIAKESPEDE Collars, of all kinds at
WM. N. SMITH k CO'S.
NECK Ties and Scarfs, of all kinds at
WM. N. SMITH ACO'H.