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v:pRroNT X)Ati,y transcript," mai io, isgs.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
TtlKSDAY, May 11), 18(i8.
The Jllflif View.
However much the Ilcpiihlk'im party
desire the removal of Mr. Johnson from
the Presidential olHce, It would ho an
Inexcusable) Imprudence for it to take
8ueh a wrong view of the failure of im
peachment hh it would have taken had
It followed the lead of the Tribune. And
we are glad to see hy the nuniher of
that paper for May lsth, that iiiok' sen
sible and less partisan views are pre
dominating in its editorial head. For
the Republican party to succeed as a
party, its measures concerning the " re
construction" of the .Southern States
must be carried out, no doubt, and for
the purpose of accomplishing such an
object it was necessary that such oppo
sition as the President exhibited, witli
more or less success, should be removed.
Hut. the opposition of the President, and
the want of complete success against
his opposition, were not causes for im
peachment, in themselves. This fact
the people and Congress recognized
when Congress refused to impeach the
President, a year ago, and the people
manifested satisfaction with its refusal.
The right of dill'ering in opinion and
policy, to the remotest extent, was thus
fairly and justly recognized. 71 was
only when it appeared that the Pre.si
dent had defied the laws that Congress
gave favor to impeachment, and the
people with great unanimity gave their
approval. There can be no doubt that.
irritation caused by the defection and
stubborn opposition of the President
lent vim to the feelings and action of
those who sustained impeachment, and
thus inevitably gave that measure a
certain partisan aspect; but alter all
impeachment was not a party move
ment, and its failure involves no party
failure or disgrace. The disgrace rests
only with those who were unwilling to
make the trial to vindicate the laws,
when the laws seemed to be trampled
under foot ; and whatever the legal re
sult of impeachment may be as it af
fects the President, we maintain that
the people and their representatives
have shown commendable and proper
regard for their rights, and the para
mount majesty of the laws, in institu
ting the recent grand inquest, and that
the lesson will not be lost. Jf Andrew
Johnson escapes, by the extreme cau
tion of a few men, from a sentence of
guilty, he cannot escape the odium of
the trial which has indicated so clearly
his wicked purposes, nor the sentence
which history will attach to his moral
In the fear of an acquittal of the Pres
ident, and a supposed consequent reac
tion upon the party, the Tribune has
foolishly charged more wickedness upon
Senators than was charged against the
President. Only one of the Republi
can Senators in voting " not guilty"
upon the eleventh article, contradicted
his record made when the resolutions
against Mr. Stanton's removal were
passed. The Tribune retracts its hard
words, by modifications, against him
and others, and appeals for a decision
against. Mr. Johnson to that near trial
in which all the people decide. We,
with the Tribune, feel certain that tho
most complete verdict will be given
then, and wo may add, the most satis
The First Coiifres.iion'al l)ittriet.
The people of the First Congressional
District are discussingwlth considerable
earnest lies' the question, who shall be
their next Member of Congress. The
Rutland lft raid favors the re-noniina-tion
of Hon. F. K. Woodbridge, who
has held the position, as many of his
constituents think, quite long enough.
Our cotemporary thinks his nomination
is "demanded by many public consider
ations." Among !he"publie considcra-
. n . i .1 li. . f 11 -
uons cnumcraieu are mu imiiiw S0Ilt lonnofgovcrnmciit, and that If tho
1 te hnndomandod "universal liberty Ministry here, us in England, would re-
1 it 1 A . I .1 il t t. llllt . . . .
ami enure equality oeiore uie law mriiu
men. without resneet to race, color or
Unmoved (ltd lines in the Cabinet.
The following statement is predicated
on the information derived from highly
It Is generally known hero that some
of the members, if not all, of the Cabi
net of President Johnson have signified
their willingness to retire from otllce,
and hence there Is much speculation on
that subject. Prominent gentlemen of
both parlies, In conversation recently,
agreed in (he sentiment that much of
the trouble between Congress and the
President snrinirs from a defect of the
Executive administration under our pre-
i. i A .....I At . A In
The Chieatjo Con rent ion.
clime." and is nossesscd of that devo
tion "to the principles upon which our
Ooveriiiiiont must rest for its safety and
perpetuity." In the advocacyofall ones
tions he has been bold and independent,
and favored what, he conscientiously be
lieved to be "for the greatest good of the
The Iferald also names the following
gentlemen u Mr. Woodbridgo's compe
titors: Hon. Loyal C. Kellogg, Hon.
S. M. Dorr, Col. W. (1. Veascy, and Ma
jor N. H. Hull, all of whom, it admits,
are "good men and true." The same is
sue of the Herald which editorially urg
es Mr. Woodbridgo's nomination, has a
letter from Mr. Dorr, who, while he
does not decline to be a candidate, as
sures the public that he will not stand
"in the way of any gentleman, or his
friends, who has the honorable aspira
tion to represent the First District of
Vermont in Congress." Considerate
Mr. Dorr :
The Herald publishes a long letter
from a correspondent ("D") who thinks
that Col. Veaey is every way qualified
for (he position. AVe give the closing
part of the letter:
He, who, when the fate of the nation
was trembling in (lie balance on the im
mortal Held of Gettysburg, at the head
of his little Regiment of Green Moun
tain Hoys, by d bold and brave move,
incut, conceived in his own quick brain
and inspired by a patriotism that did
not falter under the lire of hundreds of
belching, blazing rebel cannon, turned
the tide of that day's bloody battle to a
victory for tho Union standard, is no
novice in the school of civil life. The
banner he bore so high in the face of
Rebel cannon, will not be lowered by
him in the face of rebel bravado in the
Capitol. In behalf of the soldiers in
this district, and ofthe masses who stoiul
behind them in the many days of weary
battle; and in behalf ofthe young men
ofthe State who so often been sneering-
lv told that Vermont is a good state to
emigrate from, but not to stay in, be
cause no inducements are ever otlered
them to stay, tho name of Col. Whee
lock C. Veasoy is presented for consid
eration as a candidate for Congress. And
bespeaking a candid consideration the
matter is submitted to the people whose
right it is to make the choice.
The St. Johns Ncwn of the loth inst.,
thus chronicles the death of Arnold D.
Raker of Frelighsburg :
Died suddenly at his resilience near
Frelighsburg Tuesday morning, Arnold
D. Raker Esq. j at the age of lifty-nino
yeais. His wife Mary Westover died
the previous day after a long illness,
aged slxtv-flve yearn. Mr. Raker a few
days previous to his death fell from his
carriage!; from the effects of which he i
was slowly recovering. He had, how-1
ever disease of the heart which was the
probable cause of his sudden death Mr.
Raker was one ofthe best farmers in the
county and had realized a respectable
fortune. It is rarely that we are called
upon to chronicle an event like the pres
ent, when husband and wife finish their
earthly career so nearly ut the sumo time.
They leave a large circle ol relatives and
friends to lament their loss
tire and give place to one In accord with
the expressed will of the people, we
should have had peace long ago.
Reconstruction under the President's
pian naving ucen rejected, it is now
TO rEMALES. I
DP. W. V. PAPELroltD, Physician and Km- i
goon, gios inclusive attention tn Diseases
ol women. He 1iih inadi iIIhcuscm of woman Ills i
study far tin- past twenty vent. His tn-netice '
has bccinc.y extensive both in Hospital and in
pi ivate practice. His leputatinii has vnuchert. '
in nil tlie eity papers, hispaticnts. and (hpuicdi- I
oal profession, both liere ami abroad, as being I
the most skillful specialist b re, anil a tlioroiif,'h
master ot nil boxunl diseases.
Dr. P.idoll'oid in admitted by the best me '.ieal
talent of the eountry to bine no equal in the
treatment of l'Vinale Complaint, and it is no un
usual oecurionco for physicians in regular prac
tiee to re ointucnd patients to him for treatment
when afflicted with diseases in his s) ciality.
I. allies w il. I ocoi C the most seientitle a'ttcli
linn, both lnedie.illy and surgically, with private
apaitnicnts during soilness, and' wi'h old and
eierieneed nurses, if the;, wish.
The poor advised free of charge. Physicians
or patients wMiiug his opinion or advice, by let
ter, aim oneiosui'' ino usual ice. win unanswered
thought by Congressmen of both parties 1,V1'cVi,!'1n maU' . ,
Unit ho will agree to admit Souther., Ml"1,( ' Z Sv ,'7m ,'?
arts ofthe count re.
No. 48 HOWARD STREET,
Representatives in any way practicable,
in oruer uiai uie national interests or
the South mav be heard and cared for 1 pANCERS CURED WITHOUT PAIN, USE
in Congress. The statement that the 1 ,(!.f "' '"'I"'. " "iyie burning. Circulars
Piesident has made any promises to Con-1 vttl Uw 1,1 'lirBt-. Aartii-j-H
servalive Senators voting for acquittal Ti-o Ihoadwav
to siippoet or uphold them by the newer 1 21 l-:im New York.
I of his administration-- is untrue. Those - -
Republicans voting against impeach
I ment claim to be as decidi dly opposed
to President Johnson's political course
XML'GOWAWT ft. BROWN,
We have tbu largest and best assorted stock of
L-oods of every description, In tho abovo line, to
be found in the State. As 'gents for the largest
lieltinu' Pactories, we ki ep a supply of
LEA THE II BELTING
Of all sizes on hand. We otter a full and com
pletes aenirtiuent of
Carriti'jc and Hume.-- Makers' Supplier,
And are constantly receiving consignments of a
superior nrticlo of Onlc and Hemlock Harness
Leather. Patent Collar and Russet, Oraln and
Split Skirting and Winker. Hard and soft Dash,
Kiuiaiuelcd Oil Tup and
a n a in n o o r lea the it.
1ANCE1!, SCROPULA. DYSPEPSIA, LIVER
1 Coin) laint. Itheuuiatisui, Neuralgia, Ac,
cured. A l ook of 10V panes, sent Jnv to inva
lids. Address It. (HtKKNi:, .M !., 10 Temple
IMtiec, Iloston, Mim.
7"ANTT.Il. -An Agent to mak
canvass of Pranklin County
that old and reliable Life lnaurane
in behalf of
Peru, Clinton Co., N. Y.
(leneral Agent for NortheniNew York and Ver
EKAIi I.OTEIilA 1)U LA IKLA 1)K CUI1A.
. In the drawings for 1S.(!8. there will be 'Jli,
as are the most earnest Radicals. Thev
regard impeachment as ajudicial and
not political proceeding.
luis known that they claim to be as
determined to carry out the congrcssion-
ieSsTiiut Rcr.S Phcenix Mutual, of Hartford
President eithereaii or will !itte)ii)it fmv Conn. Liberal terms to an active, energetic
titer obstructions. They hope and be
lieve that he will change his Cabinet to
a great extent at least, and by a more
liberal policy secure a better accord with
Congress. Rut whatever he may do or
not do in this behalf has had aiid can
have no etl'ect on their judgment in pas
sing on uie articles oi impeachment.
If, it is said, impeachment had not been
pond ing, there is little doubt that a now
Cabinet would longsinco have been des
ignated, composed of the most disting
uished and eminent men ofthe eountry.
It should not therefore, create surprise
if a thorough change shall lie made in
the complexion, of political affairs.
If these conjectures should be realized,
it will remain for the Senate, in view of
the probable defeat of the remaining
articles of impeachment on (lie tith
inst., to accept or reject what, ifoll'ered
and accepted in good faith, must soon
lead to tho restoration of the Union and
the peace and prosperity of the country.
It is not true that President Johnson
has indicated the precise party charac
ter of his contemplated Cabinet appoint
ments, further than that they shall bo
men of eminent abilities, such as to
challenge tho confidence and respect of
the entire country.
CARPETING AND OIL CLOTH,
Which we oiler at a low ;ash ligure.
McOOWAN A- llliOWN,
.1. KiioruixoirAJi ji'iiowas, I St. Albans. Vt.
IIKOIKIH W. IIIIOWX.
$390,000 IN GOZiD.
llrmni Onvv in Scmiltrii lhtij
i paid in (!o!d. Pi ies cashed and int'or-
(ill N. .Main St.. Providence, Ii. I.
uy Tiiiey's Vef'ln ''" HeiiMiij; ISalm!
Of ditle tent patterns.
Messrs. Scofiold & Vincent.
LAKE STREET, ST. ALRANS,
Constantly keep on hand a fresh and large sup
ply of tho best
Flour, Grain, Feed.
Butter, Pork, Fish,
And indeed an assortment consinting of articles
too numerous to Mention, but all such as are
needed for family uhc, and at tho most roasona
lile prices. Call and uxaminn our stouls anil
prices, andsatislv vnursclves.
St. Albans, Mav 12,
KCOKIHIjD . VINCENT.
F ii li N L T U R E
Tor it is a Magic Ointment, and will destroy and
cure l;clon, l'ever. Calomel, Krysipclas and
.Scrofula Sores, Ivy Poison, Ithcumatism, Croup,
Diptberia, Cuts, lJuins. llruises ,vc. And is al
so good for pains in the llacli. Side and Cheat,
ami is a specilie for Man or i.c.ist.
S. 11. DAY. Agent,
ll-lv St. Albans.
"ou t Ii.
I 'ol it teat I'l ospeettt.
Ir hold's Letters trom Kuropo.
ami J)rinl.-all!s. The
The style of living in this country is
not perfectly suited ton fastidious Ame
rican palate. Ve make it a rule to re
fuse everything tho eye docs not at once
recognize. It is safe to decline all dish
es t lint you do not at once see to bo sim
ple. Ingenuity exhausts itself here to
Invent some curious dish. Eacli maitrc
d'Jfofcl vies with his rivals in a nefar
rious compound of garlic, mushrooms
and trullle. I could almost avow that I
have seen dressed cats or dogs for sale in
Rome and Naples. At least I know not
what they were, save that they seemed
to belong to the canine or feline race.
We have no honest roast potatoes, no
uuauuiteraieii macaroni, no pure meat,
no natural sauce, jvi tn
Xi. nervous debility, and premature decay, and
all tho effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for
the sake of sull'ering humanity, send free to all
who need it, the receipt and directions for mail
ing the Himplo remedy by which he was cured.
Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's
experience, can do so by addressing, in perfect
conlidence, JOHN P. OGDKN,
10fi-ly 2 Cedar Street New- York.
1) 1. O. -Try a box of Poland's Plantain
Ointment. The bett Salve in the World.
Take no other, but insint on having tlii. l'or
sale bv all Druggists and Country Dealers.
Dr. J. W. POLAND,
TNFOltMATION guaranteed to produce a lu.ui
I riant growth of hair upon a bald head or a
beardless face, also a recipe for tho removal of
dimpIiM, blotched, eruptions, etc., on the skin,
leaving tho same soft, clear, and beautiful, can
bo obtained without charge bv addressing
TI10S. 1 CHAPMAN, Chemist
(ill-lv hi! Jiroadwav, New lork.
Of all kinds, just reee!ed, at
H. LlViXOSTON A SON'S.
THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE!
rpiIK subscriber oll'eis for sale to the people of
JL St. Albans, Franklin Cci'ity and Vicimtv a
very w ell i
ted stock of choice
Sh'iis, Minimis, rftiuoiiis &d
Perfumeries and Fancy Articles generally such
as are kept in a first class City Drug Store.
PA TEX T M El) I TXICS.
HAllt PKSTOltKltS.-Mrs. Allen's,
Ping's, Martha Washington, Webster's,
ing's, P.arrcttV, Shedd's, Mexican ,v, Ai
OTH PATCHKS, FKFCKLKS AND TAN.
THE ONLY HELIABLE KEIiIEDY
The Vermont delegation has chosen
T. NV. Park, of Rennington, Cliairman;
the Maine delegation CJen. George 'I1.
Shepley, of Portland ; tho Connecti
cut delegation, .1. R. Hawley. it is
thought that the Vermont delegation
will give their first vote for Vice Presi
dent for L. P. Poland.
The New England delegations on
tneir arrival at ciucago at (i o'clock on
Saturday evening, were met at the
depot by a largo number of the Chi
cago Republicans and a band of music
and were escorted to their quarters
Refore reaching tho eity the cars were
stopped and the engines and fireman
were presented with one hundred dol
The Convention will ho held in Cros
by's Opera House. The delegates will
occupy tho parquetto, the alternates the
dress eirclps and tho reporters tho or
chestra. Col. J. L. Hancock of Chicago
will ho Sergeant-at-arins, wilh forty as
sociates. It will bo seen from our telegraphic
despatches this afternoon that Hamlin
has moro strength in tho Convention
than it has been generally supposed ho
would have. Fenton does not seem to
have much strength outside of his own
State, and consequently stands a poor
ehnnco of tho nomination. If tho Con
vention should confer on Hamlin tho
nomination for Vice Presidency, it will
do no moro than a simple act of justico
to a worthy man and tried patriot.
Mr. YV. W. Smith was, on Tuesday
of last week, at Hogle's Hotel, St Ar
niad Station, presented by the volunteers
of the Hertford Rattallion, with an ele
gant testimonial, consistingof six pieces
of silver plate, obtained from the estab
lishment of Messrs. Savage, Lyman &
Co., Montreal, in consideration of his
services while acting us Warden of Mis
sisquoi. One of the pieces, a very chaste
uuK'ah 1 iMti i 1 n 4V1 1wi'Iiwv ! ii t:rii lift rut
D" "V www a V llHlictl governments, with an ec
-"Presented to W. W. Smith, by tho amf rolil,lou9 re iction that
J have sometimes boon unable to define
or discover of what materials one-half
tho courses were made. I long for hon
est beef andgenuino mutton, nor should
1 'object to a pure glass of water.
In Venice water is sold by tho glass
in the streets, and ho must be a brave
man who would dare to take it. Gener
ally the customer adds to it a few drops
of some neutralizing lluid, which the
vender of "utjua" is ever ready to furn
ish. For myself I like tho wine less
than the water. lam forced to drink it.
yet never touch' the abominable draught
without thinking ofthe pure water of
our native hills. Oh ! for a drop of wa
ter! in some places wine is cheaper
l'nr HiOMn lirown Miscolitrnti'MiiH mt tlin face in
10 tabic d'hote, " Perrv's Moth and Freckle Lotion." Prepared
volunteers and their friends, on his re
tiring from the Wardenship of Missls
quoi, in grateful appreciation of services
rendered to the volunteers during tho
raid of 1800.
Mr. E. II. Goti; of Frelighsburg, was
a few days ago thrown from his wagon
while driving, and badly bruised and
injured. Medical attendance was
promptly procured, but confinement to
the home will be necessary for two or
Wednesday afternon,as tho afternoon
train for St. Albans was leaving St.
Johns, the Hon, Mr. Huntington was
standing at tho station conversing with
Dr. Rrigham who was on tho platform
of tho moving car. As the train slowly
started Mr. Huntington kept his hand
on tho railing of tho car, walking along
with it. The experiment, however, was
a danKcrous one. Ho stumbled and was
thrown on his back alongsldo the cars,
then going at a pretty good speed, and
had it not been for the timely assistance
afforded by Mr. G. II. Wilkinson and
others, the Blip would undoubtdly have
been most serious. We are glad to say,
however, that ho escaped uninjured.
St. Johns Xcivs.
Scarlet fover is raging at Lacolle.
District of Hertford Chapter No. 14,
C.R., for a time- out of organization, have
than water. It is used to mix with mor
tar, and answers the purpose just as
I cannot help feeling that Europe is
on tho verge of a general war that will
upset all existing political institutions.
With armaments ever increasing ; wilh
soldiers thick as tno leaves ol tho trees;
wilh popular impulses and passions
dialing anil surging against the estah-
ingat power, i uo not see how tho strile
can bo delayed many years. The expe
dients of governments aro losing their
effect, and an unknown quantity, name
ly popular impulse and determination
is being introduced into tho calculations
of kings and courts. The problem is a
hard one for them to solve. England is
solving it slowly by extending political
franchises and privileges. .The conti
nental countries are not so wise and tho
explosion may come in a day when the
evowned heads thing not of it.
only bv Dr.Ji. C. Perry, l'J liond St., New
Ko' Sold everywhere. sn-'JlO-lini
IHOPOSALS fur sprinkling the business por
tions of Main, Hank and Lake Streets,
when required, during the year 1 BOS. Send
scaled proposals for one week from date. Itight
reserved to reject bids. H. L. SAMSON,
April 1st, 1H7H. For Committee.
'X C!iiHiiinjt;I vos.
1HK itev. Kdward A. Wilson, wiU send (free
of chariic) to all who dobiro it. the proscrip
tion with tho directions l'or making and using
tho simple remedv by which he vim cured of a
lung afleetion and that dread disease Consump
tion. His only object w to bencllt tho alllicted
and bo hopes every sufferer will try this prescrip
tion, as it will cost them nothing and may provo
a blessing. 1 lease address
PKV. KDWAIH) A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co.. New York. KKi-ly
k'ItWorkrsLike a Charm."
Pennu'a I'ain-Killing Magic Oil cures Head
ache. Itenue's I'ain-Killing Magic Oil cures Tooth
ache. Iteniu's Pain.lvilling Magic Oil cures Neural-
Such as pure spices, Cream Tartar, Soda, Mus
tard. Soaps, Flavoring Extracts, Farina, Corn
Starch, beaten Grits, Ac, .
Preseri ttions Vavefalhj Pvepai'ed
And Druggists' and Physicians' orders solicited.
Thin store will not bo undersold by any on goods
of the same quality, but will sustain, at all
ovents, its reputation for cheapness and relia
bilitv, and in all cases we shall be happy to re
ceive our customers, and wait on them with
proper care and attention.
Dr. A. M. Plant, lato of Milton, will bo pleased
to receive all bis friends and acquaintances.
ST. ALBANS LIQUOR AGENCY.
Pure Liqu lis constantly on baud for Medicinal
MORTON & PERCY!
having b'uight of 0. W. lllodgctt his new and
entire ntock of
Feel satistied in saying to the public that thev
can sell good as low as can be bought in Frank"
liu County. All we ask is to have customers
come in, and satisfy themselves, before pur
chasing elsewhere. We have, and aro receiving,
all tho new styles from market, consisting of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
S. It. DAY, Agent.
wiioi.nsAi.i: and itirrAii, piiAi.ini ix
(II j A So,
Tin: Montpelier Journal nays that tho
sum of two hundred dollars has been re
turned to tho Farmers' Mutual Fire In- j got a now dispensation, and havo organ
suranco Co., of that place, for tho bone- ized for work at their Lodgo Rooms at
lit of polioy holders in this company, Dunham.
through the Confessional at St. Albans. Bt. John's Hay, 124, is to bo duly cole-
m . . . . L 1 1 . T1..11 1 . 1 TV 1 .1 il
Tlie money was reiunieu uy rumor uraieu atuunnam uuuer uie auspieus ttjapeH and Linen Cuffs, a largo assortment,
Druon, Catholic Priest nt that plnco, . of Provost Lodgo, No. 1, G. R. 0. JT at VM. N. BIRTH & CO'S,
i i i ri iff
0 Willi 'AGE
BABNES' BLOCK, LAKE ST.
St. Albans, May li, 18C8.
ic Oil cures Cholera
gie Oil cures llheu
,'ie Oil cures Lame-
Magio Oil cures
Itenue's Pain-Killing Ma
Itenue's Pain-Killing Ma
Itenue's Pain-Killing Miij
Umi(t Ciillru cjoiitii ii 1 n
"lamo their shoulders aro" of my crick in tho
back" -or, "1 have got the Sciatica"--and de
light in braflging that "nothing ennjeuro me!"
but when wo get such "awful folks" to use
Iteene's Pain-Killing Magic Oil, faithfully, wo
not only euro their lameness and charm away
their pains, but we actually taliu all that kind ot
"brag out of them 1 and they frankly own up
and say, "It works like a charm 1"
Sold' bv all Druggists, Merchants and Grocets.
Solo proprietor and manufacturer, Pittslield,
DISSOLUTION Tho copartnership hereto
foro oxisting under tho nauio of Wyinan it
Huntington is by inutunl cement this day U
Mlv!. AH accounts with said liriu must bo
Buttled immediately. IJithor partner is author
ized to receipt for tho samo.
K. H. HUNTINGTON.
St. Alpans, Hob. 10th, 18(18.
Tho wateli and jewelry buoiiicss In all it bran
ches will be continued, with promptness, and in
a workmanliko manner as heretofore, by
Of endless varieties, and a largo and well (.elected
Boots and Shoes, Eubber Coats
Which wo will sell low for cash. We have the
largest assortment of
HATS AND GAPS
To bo found m Northern Vermont. If you don't
believe it, call and see for yourselves. Our
Clothing is New and Desirable, 'consisting of
VOKNTS WANTKD FOlt THK OFFICIAL
HISTOllV OFTHE tl'Alt,
By Hon, Alexander H, Stephens.
A Book for all Sections and all
This great work presents tho only, complete
and impartial analysis of the causes of tho War
yet published, and gives these interior lights
and shadows of tho great conflict only known to
thoso high ollicerswho watched tho llood-tido of
revolution from its fountain springs, and which
wero so accessible to Mr Stephens from his po
sition as second ofllcer of tho Confederacy.
Tho public, that has beeii surfeited withappa-
rcuuy similar piouucuuiiH, uu iiiuunnu ueiiiinu
of fare, both agreeable and salutary, and an in
tellectual treat of the highest order. Tho Great
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