Vermont Daily Transcript. 8TXa
M-hninvcr mu ho the iiulL'inonl, of that
TiiunsoAY, May 21, 1SC8.
at any lime
wo were liv
It could hnvc been said
in the last uiirlil yeiuvi that
ing in n peculiar and exulting tinio, niul
the nrcpciit is no exception, nor in the
vnnr lf.fire uh likelv to be. The words
of T'atrieU Henry are as full of truth
now as when the then impending revo
lution inspired them : " Gentlemen
may cry peace! peace ! but there is no
Deaeol''' Either by debate, by ballot,
or by the sterner trinl at arms, the con
tinual campaign of idoim is carried on
and battles no less real than the Mimv
tlions. and AjrincourK and Waterloo,
and Oottvsburgs of martini history
i.wf niid won. and the woiuuIh which
are unseen are borne by many a reti
cent warrior, unconscious perhaps of
the hands that dealt him the blow
'I'hore is no lo?H of the heroic, the self
denying, the patriotic, the pathetic,
mill tlw sacrificial in these irreat moral
battles which are continually
fought, than have been m well known
upon the tlelds wiiere ideas ypoke from
the mouths of cannon instead oi the
lips of men. So long as great wrongs
remain to be righted ; s-o long, in fact,
as there remains for our race one step to
advance, so long will the warfare be;
and every man must act his part or take
his station among the cowards.
The present year is to be a year of
battles here. The war which has not
ceased to call for sins since Jellerson
declared that lie trembled for his coun
try when lie lemembercd that God is
just, still demands men and action. It
is the same old fight for the possession
of the ground upon which wrongs may
be righted, and hope delivered over to
the cause of the best. No man needs
to hesitate as to the place lie shall take
in the conflicts of the present time, or
of anv time. The touchstone of all
causes is the question, " Jsth's the best
for mankind?" It is only when Ave
narrow our .sympathies down to the
comparatively few of our party, or tribe,
or our color, that we hesitate, waver,
and finally light jn the interest of self
and wrong. The obligations of men
are to men, and not to clashes, and only
by recognizing these obligations in poli
tics.in morals, amljin the general action
of life can a man fulfil his duty to his
fellows, and merit final applause.
tribunal before which he is arraigne;
the verdict of the people is -g imy,
and we regard any Senator who has
voted for acquittal as falling short of
the proper discharge oi nts uury in una
hour of the nation's trial, and unworthy
of the confidence of a. brave and loy.il
)Cjcmh'cd, That the soldiers and sail
ors recognize no difl'erence between na
tive and adopted citizens, and incy uc
niand that the Government prolee
naturalized citizen anroau n -wen
those of native birth.
On motion of V. Aimrcws u was
lirmlvciL That we, soldiers of tb re
public, extend to the loyal men 01 tne
South our sympathy, and promise our
support for the struggle yet in store for
tfieni, under inepiesem iiuimiii.-tmiiw.i,
before they enn enjoy tho liberties ot
American citizens without persecution
and assassination; and that, if nooe.-w-arv,
we stand ready t-. aid them with
our strength in llie luture as we nave in
Tin: WnidKKY Tax. The New York
J-Jratiiif Post says concerning the fax
on whiskey :
"After a cei tain period of trial and
the adopt ion of a thorough and harmo
niously working revenue system, the
tax might be increased, but never, we
believe, to t lie ligurc at which it, now
stands. A tax seven times greater than
the eo?t. of the article can never be col
lected in a country so extenfed as ours,
rt is better to impose a dollar, or even
iiftv cents, and bold t lie business of dis
tilling under control, than to put on so
heavy an impost as will be a constant
temptation to fraud, and an irresistablo
.source of corruption to government oill
cials." We suppose that experience, which is
said to be the best teacher, would have
shown Congress that the present extra
ordinary tax on whiskey was worse
than useless, but we sec it stated that in
the revision of tho revenue system tho
tax of two dollars per gal'on has been
continued. If this high tax was inten
ded as a revenge upon whiskey it would
seem to have'some reason upon its side i
but it should bo remembered that whis
key as an article of commerce is subjeel
to the same general laws as other com
modifies, without regard to the merits
or demerits of the ai tide itself, and that,
as in the case of any other article for
which there is a demaud, n put by any
means far beyond its mercantile value
in the place whoro it is demanded,
methods will bo resorted to for evading
the really unjust price.
Xtttiws Eitdiny in "On."
A correspondent of (ho London JSititd
Boxed up alone in u railway carriage
a few nighfs ago, tho observation occur
red to us that t lie large proportion of out
most eminent men in their various paths
bear a name ending in "on." Thus we
have llacon. our greatest philosopher;
lJyron and Thomson, our greatest des
criptive poets; Clarkson, Jluxton and
Colston, some of our greatest philan
thropists; Gibbon, our most eminent
historian; Clarendon not far short; and
Gibson, one of our best sculnlors: Hilton
andllaydon, amongst our best histori
cal painters; Incledon, our greatest ballad-singer:
Jameson, our greatest fe
male writer on art ; Johnson and Addi-'
son, our most (listinguisiieii essayists;
Lytton, our givato.-t living novel-writci;
Mi Hon, our greafet epic poet; ilurehi-'
son our most distinguished gcologihl; i
Newton, our greatest astronomer; Pal
nterston, the most English of statesmen;
Stcpheir-oii, our greatest railway engin
eer; Tennyson, our greatest living poet;
Wellington, our greatest military com
mander (with Napoleon for adversary);
and iNel.-on, our greatest sea captain.
As amongst men of lesser rank. 15en
.lonson, Chatlerton, ILutton, Wharton,
Emerson, Simpson, P.ritton, Alison,
Paxton, Rawllnson, Bonningtou. Gor
don, 1'aton, Dixon, Lemon, Wilkinson,
Fergusson, Donaldson, Sir Thomas
Watson (our first physician), and many
others will recur to tho memory. Sure
ly this is very remarkable, All these
names speak of progress; then cry,
"Excelsior ! " Echo bersel f says, as each
name is repeated, "On !"
Great Now England Remedy!
Dll. ,t. W. POLAND'S
WHITE PINE COMPOUND
Cures sore throat, i'nY;r, roughs, dlpthrria,
hitiiichitls. upittng of blood, sunt pulinutirry af
fietions g"iicrylly. P in s riMiini'l.nli'o remedy
lor l.uliii'.v lomplnhils. This remedy in free
hum nliythiiiK denti rionn, plras.uit to the t tiate,
safe, yd mire anil rft'eeth o in its action.
An Invaluable Remedy for tho Purify
ing of tlia Blood.
J. W. POlANDS
A positive lvnii'ily fur
saddlijuv, ( i mil i ait, j
Messrs. Scoliold it Vincent.
11 kinds of lltllllOl'H
ii'n lii, Scurvy, Suit llhrimi. Erysipelas, No -
tic Hash, Hoils, Carlmmli !-, Ulcers, and evoiy
Tiiii.t of tho system ; 5)cji"j,Ha, and nil tleo
diseases originating in the ) raiigemcnt of tho
DigctiVc Organs. Diilions Collllilaintti,
Neuralgia, Ninons Ait'urioiis, Headache, lan
guor, Loss of Ajuu lite, 1H pm-Hion of Spirit",
and ('onth'ciie.H. 1217- y
Soldiera' and lid Horn' Convent ion.
Tho Soldiers' and Sailors' convention
at Chicago is largely attended by dele
gates from all sections of the country,
and much enthusiasm prevails among
the "btiys in blue." Gov. Fairchild, of
AYisconsin, acts as President of the con
vefntlon. Gen. Logan was unanimous
ly elected to the position, but declined
on the ground that he had previously
been chosen chairman of the committee
on resolutions of the National Republi
can conventio'n, which met on Wednes
day. Gen. Stephen Thomas represents
Vermont as one of the Vice Presidents,
and private Henry Congdon as one of
tho Secretaries. A colored man was
elected Secretary from the state of South
Carolina. It being announced that tho
father of Gen. (J rant was in the hall, he
was escorted to the platform, the band
playing "Yankee Doodle." Mr. Grant
made a brief spcccli complimentary to
the "bovs." Remarks were also made
by Generals Logan, IJawlcy, Sickles,
Cochrane, and Major O'Connor. The
speakers were very severe on the Re
publican Senators who voted for the ac
quittal of tho President. When John
Cochrane described their coming politi
cal court martial, execution and inter
ment, the band struck up the "Rogue's
Tho following resolutions, originally
drafted by Gen. Logan, and afterwards
modified by the committee, were adopt
ed with great enthusiasm. The reading
of the first resolution, the Journal's
correspondent says, was received with
a perfect tempest of applause, tho whole
audience rising to their feet and almost
drowning "Hall to the Chief," (which
tho band played,) with their cheers. In
the evening after the adjournment there
was a grand out-of-door demonstration
In front of the Court House, whore
speeches, music and songs followed in
rapitl succession :
Ecsolvcd. That the soldiers and fcai-
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Laud, .' !..,
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i'OTATOEtf, 1U1' LHlHilCI,
,, TUIK b lSlftlKl, . .
Wool, per lb., . . .
Woon cr cord, .
:i on el
I au fit
1-J 0.1 Uli
u oo (.j.
15 (0 ci
1 till !.
S!3 0 (
1 00 n
Female Strengthening Cordial.
.4 t'cijic tumult) foi' 'm .i.''.i nt'llie AV''i -iliiclirc
It inii'arU '.one ai.d if;r to the Uterus, and
.'ivi'S reiKUVed V t llitv to the vluile RV-telil. All
ciiM'Joi'Deliilitv ieeiiliar to FemaloH 'will tlnd a
Mivrri(;n ronieily in thin coinnound.
Tim folloivlliKiTiiiedi' S ure mnuli'; thni'L' for
v, liieh it in iiceuliinry ndiiptod : Vnhifnl Jten
Htritul diioliaiKOt), mipiiteHion of the Jleiise.",
jivofiiKe loiiftMliition, 1 Miiei rrlie.i or Whiten,
nivr.iti.d UteruK, iVe. '.117-1 .v
W. T. I'AUl.r.l OKU. I'hvMciiui mid Enr
oll. L'lve." eeliif!ve atielition to JJlu-airn
ot women, lie haii liiiulc UieaHeK ot womiin 1111
Htudy for the n.i.'-l twenty ei.iw. lll iir.ioti 'e
has been extensive both in H 'HjiltuI and in
nrivato Draeiiee. J 1 in reontatioii bun oiieliei
111 nil Hi" cily papers, bin patient, and theinedi
e.al jirofeHuioii, both licre and abroad, an buinu'
the most sldllinl spi ciulist h re, and a thoronj,'h
niiister of all i-eMiiil diseaseH.
Dr. Pndflford is admitted by Ihebebt lne.lieal
talent of tlie eountiy to liae 1.0 eiinal in tint
treatmeiil of l'emaie t'oniplaintH. aiiif it in no un
usual oeeuneiiee for physieiau. in regular prao-
tieu to re-ominend patu-utK to lum tor treatment
when nlllicled with liiseases in bin spieiality.
J.adieH will leeeho llie most Hcientirle ntten
tioi', botli medieally ami unveil ally, witli private)
apartments during sxkness, and v.ith old and
e:perii iieed nurses, if tliey wish.
The poor advised free of charge. IMijsieians
or patieiitu wiibiiiK his opinion or aihice, by let
ter, and enclusinij the usualfeo, willbeansweied
by lvtui ii mail.
' Medicines went to all parts of tho country.
oiiicc. No. -is.1. jioWAisi) ntiu:kt,
'211-lv " IkMton, Jlass.
Wo have, tho lnrgoat nlul host nssorted stock of 1
poods of every description, in tho nbovo lino, to 1
bo found in the State. As nf,'ont.s for Uto largest '
lloltintj l'aotorieH, wo l;eop a supply of ,
LEA THElt BEL T1NO
Of all shteson hand. Wo olVor a full and com
plete nttortinoat of
Camayi' and Harm' Makers' Supplies,
And are constantly receiving consignments of a
superior article of O.il; and Huinlocl; Harness
Leather, Patent Collar and ltusKct. drain and
Split Shirting and Winker. Hard uud soft Dash,
l'.nnameleil UU Top anil
a li A IN it OO T L EA THEE.
CARPETING AND OIL CLOTH,
Which wo offer at a low c.ish llgure.
JIfdOWAN ,V 111IOWN,
rnoTiiiNmiAM 51 iiown, 1 St. Albans, t.
LAKE STHEET, ST. ALBANS,
Constantly leep on hand a fresh ami large sup
lily of the host
! Flour, Grain, Food,
Butter, Pork, Fish.
111:011111; W. IIIIOWX.
And indeed an assortment consisting of artleh'h
too liunierous' lo mention, but all such as ai i
needed for family use, ami at tho most reasoiia
ble prices. Call and ct.imiur our stool; and
piicOM, and salisly yourselves,
St'OFIK!,!) A VIN('KN"I'
t. Albiins. May 12. ,.if
Of dill'eient patterns
I5I0RT0N & PERCY!
bought ol'O. W. lilodgeti
entir" i,r of
his new and
F U E N I T U R E
.rUXCVW (HJltKD WITIIOU'J' I'AIX, V:M
J of tho liuifc. or eaustio buniiug. Circulars
r-eut free of eluirge. Address
Drs. 11A11COCK .V SOX,
2ll-:)m New Yorit.
Of a';! londs, just ree.i.ed, at
11. TdVlXOSTOX SOXS.
lU!ieiHTt)S MAltlCIiTaii: y '.!.
Jtrnw From lf'(tnfiiii(toii.
Rome Kansas Itepublieans have sent
a defspatch to Senator Koss approving
his vote on impoaehnient, and advising
him to "stand firm." On tho other
hand ho has received a despatch from
D. 11. Anthony, applying to him sundry
insultimr epithets whicli has made the
Senator very indignant.
John Negleo has brought suit against
Secretary btanton lor trespass, laying
damages at $")0,000. The nlaintih', in
ins eleclaration, fcct.s forth that 011 the 12th
ot Alay, lbOo, lie was the owner ami in
peaceful possession of a farm in Prince
William county, Virginia ; that the dc
fondant, actine- under and by authority
of the power vested in him, caused an
ollleer of the cavalry of the United States
to enter on ins farm and turn mm away, 1
whereby lie lost the nso of said farm dur
ing the cropping season of I800, anil lost
a large number of horses, cattle, sheep,
The statement of tho Associated Press,
sent from this city on the 17th hist., in
timating that the present Cabinet would
shortly retire and give way to one favor
able to the Congressional plan of Itecon
struction, is said to have been directly
inspired by Air. Seward, and to furnish
the readiest clue to tho arrangements by
which impeachment was defeated.
The Philadelphia Pont says that Mr
Fessenden from the beginning of im
peachment intended to vote for the ac
quittal of the Presielont.
The llenublicans find less fault with
the vote of their associates for acquittal
than their duplicity. Ross repeatedly
declared ho intended to vote for the
eleventh article. Van Vinlcle prepared
an opinion to sustain his vote for the
same article. Henderson promised to
res 1111 or vote lor the same, and lovler
made the strongest impeachment re
marks 011 the 10th 01 January last.
The Impeachment Court, says the
'';iwii (jtniii U nilifiiiriioi . We hoo1
Senators to remember that Chief Jus
tice Chase lias .Teflerson Davis on Ids
hands for trial on the following Tues
day. and not atliourn again. Trying
Presielents is a luxury not to be enjoyed
ovorv dav: but there may be too mucli
Hee Cut tic -Extra, fat and heavy iii cnnmn
Oxen, Jlo.M a $00,00; 1st qualiM M 00 u 11.75;
qnnlitv $l;).t)0 a fl!1.7."; !!d quality ?12.00 n
?1!.7., y 100 lt.., ou total weight ofliide, tallow
and dresued bei t.
IVm-lciii Oxen J!20l) a SillO, or ceording
to value as beef.
91 He It Cowl-. $03 a fSO; extra and good 70
dilOO, without calvos, an maybe agreed; fanow
and ordinary $r.7 (i 50. ' '
rt!ieei iinil l.itmti.', . ,-, a 8c; extra j0 00 a
JO 00 per head.
Muitrn. -Wholesale, J a 10c; retail, 1 1 a 12c;
Dressed, 00 a 00 cents. "Fat Hogs I040 ir Kl.'.c;
Vt-itl Cnlv-s S3 (10 11 ?12(10pei head.
IStiK's. -Urighton, ) a lOe i Hi. Country
lots, 8'. a Oc. Calfskins" loo a I So per lb.
Tiidinv.- 8 a o y It..
1 .! . (U a S2j0 oaoh.
"lAXOKll, SCKOF ULA, DYSPKl'SlA,
J Conn laint, lthenniatisni, Xeural
cured. A 1'ook of 100 pages, sent
lids. Address li. C.llEEXK, .U 1).
I?l:icc, 15ut!m, Mass.
fret' to mva
THE PEOPLE'S. DRUG STORE!
TIIHK (subscriber oilers for sale to the people of
I St. Albans, Franklin Comity and Vicinity, a
very well selected btock of choice
Drug!, hH!iibiH, llfsinoitta &
tTrAXTKD. An Aeent to mnki
V T canvass of l'ranklin County
111 bclialt 01
that old and reliable Life Insurance Company,
The Phcenix Mutual, of Hartford
Perfumeries and Fancy Articles generally
as are kept in a lir.u class City Drug Store.
I'A TEXT JIEDKHXES.
Feel satisfied ill saying to tho public that they
can sell go'ids as low as can bo bought in Frank
lin County. All we ask is lo have customers
come in, and satisfy theui'-olves, before pur
chasing elsewhere. " We have, and are 1 ceeiving,
all tin- now styh's from market, ojiisistmg of
Conn. Liberal terms to an active, oner
man. Addrei-s. K.O. V1T.1,1,,
Peru, Clinton Co., X. Y.
(lem ral Agent for .NorthornXew York and Ver
moiit. ' 207-tf
nOI- 'i-OX EIAllKKT-.-'Muj' 'M .
iliAI. LOTKltTA DK LA 1SLA Drj CUl!A.-
I11 the drawings lor 1808 tlieio will ne -0,-
$090, OOO EST GOXiD.
J)ntini Onvc in S-ci'iikm Dais.
HAllt llF.STOllFltS.-.Miv. Allen's,
liing's, Maltha Washington, Webster's,
ing's, liarreu's, Sliedd's, .Mexican Ac, Ac
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Such as pure spices, Ci cam Tartar Koda,
tarn, Heaps, riavonng j'jxuacis, raiiu.i,
Starch, Wheaton Grits, Ac.
Of endless varieties, and a hire
' and Well selected
of u good thing, and no reasonable man
would wisli to undertake two ol them
at once, if thev wore to bo tried i:
respective capitals, a
Privato accounts from Washington
stale that Ir. Sevard, somo weeks ago
lors, steadfast as ever to tho Union and tendered his resignation
lis nag, itiiiy reeogiu.e uiu umuu m joiiiison
Con. U. H. Grant to tho
tho American people, and believing mat
the victories achieved under his guitl
nnce in war will be now illustrated by
him in times of peace by such measures
as shall secure tho fruits of "our exer
tions and a restoration of the Union up
on a loyal basis, wo declare it as our de
liberate conviction that lie is the choice
ofiho soldiers and sailors of the Union
for tho oilleo of President of the United
"It Nkvkk HAixti hut rouits," An
old colored woman, going along the
streets of .Schenectady, espied a little
enlored bov sittintr ou tho stoop of
iiiHhlmmblo house, crvintr pitcously. In-
quires tho good old wench; "Wtu's do
llUUtei Will yoil, OIUClv . Him uuiuivana-
wcrs : "Uo matter's nun tiouuie irouuio
nil ober do house. Fader am
liniililer inn irono homo with do closo
l5:es' . ,,. . i., ...i ..p hIks broke de looklniri'ltx.ss wid do broom
jtesoiveu, imu u o, V' " u lk .lebnbv ha.l ot hereves full oh
cyan pepper, and littlo Pcto Weiok put
do mustard on do hair lor gooso grease.
1 put salt in my tea for do white sugar,
wat mudder has won Professor Hanibal
comes lo see her, audit nnulo 1110 sea
those principles which underllo our
(iovernment. and for which we fought
during four years of war, wo pledge our
earnest and active support to tho Re
publican party as tho only political or
ganization, which, in our judgment, is
Flimr. - Tho Market forFlourhas not varricd
materially tho past vreok. Low and medium
grades a'ro selling at rather easier prices, but
for all choice and well known famiiv brands tho
market is gradually advancing, with reduced
stoiks and light receipts. Tho sales have been
at 0 lo 1) 73 for Westi ru i-uporline; 10 to 11 for
common extras ; 11 to 1U lor medium extras ami
good bakors' brands.
urn 111. Tiiu inaiKot lor t orn nan neon iiuito
small during tho week, and prices ha ceased
ou a little, boutlicin and vwstorn yellow lias
bsen sold at 1 20 to 1 27, but 1 23 is an extreme
lire for tho brat lots at tho close, several lotn
of handsome Western yellow Belling at that
price. White ha-, been sold at 1 15 to 1 20, but
too latter price cannot now no outainoii ; ana
Western nnicil in roniinally 1 2U to 1 2;s imsli'
I'f.ivi-uws. -Tliero lias tiecu a steiuly out
modern to demand for 1'ork, and prices lenmiii
the name as previously noticed. Tho sales have
been at 2;i to 21 for prime; 28 oO to 2!) for mess;
and !!0 to 32 for clear and extra clear, llcef re
mains viUumt chaugo. Tho sales have been at
21 to 2J lor ironil mess ; 21 to 2j lor extra mess;
and 2(i to 27 for family extra.
I'linlmi'.In Butter a iurthiv coiiHideralo
decliuo has taken place, and the tendency of the
market is still downward. Tho salon of good
nd choice Now York and Vermont dauici) have
been at 3.j to 10c but oxtroino prices for tho best
lots at the closo rules at 37 to !)Sc y lb.
Old Butter is d nil and prices aro nominal.
Cheese is firm and prime, (uahty has been in
fair demand. The sales have been at !) to 12o
fur good and new, and good and choice old at 15
to 17c for farmers' and factory.
T)T FIT )
In Fairfield, May 7th, of congestion of to brain,
Paul Xolsnn, youngest Mm of John and Ann Clo
ver, agcil 8 year- anil lu montlis.
Our happy home acorns dark and cold,
By love and joy onco lighted,
A lamb has wandered from the fold,
A bud of hopo is blighted.
Four littlo branches lovingly
Kutwined tho parent tree,
Four children hounded in from play;
They come again but threo .J
They wander idly from tho house,
It is so lonely now ;
'J'hey lind no llowers in their sports,
Thoy havo no playmatu now.
O, wlie.ro is ho. tho absont one,
Where is oin- child to-day ?
Is ho in yondur gravo-yard lone,
Or is he far away V
Or is ho near, fet ill loving us,
And hearing atl wo say,
Still conscious of our lovo for him,
Happier than wo to-day?
"l'is sweet to feel ho may ho near,
Still hoveling by my bido ;
Those soft, dark oyes boholding mo,
So late a mother's prido.
Wo know ho was a noblo boy,
A good obedient child,
Affectionalo and generous,
With fulbchoud undoflled.
liarents lovo may often boo
An angel by tho hearth,
But wo did not think our gontlo hoy
Was not a child of earth,
Prizes paid in Gold.
mi'.tion given by
b GFOI1GF Ul'IIAM.
Main St., Providence, It. I.
Prizes cashed and infor- i'rcsri'i it ions Carefully Prepared
"uy Tun yV Vffii'lulilc lleiiling Itnlm!
For it U a Magic Ointment, and will destroy anil
euro Felons, Fever, Calomel, Krysipclai and
Scrofula Smes, Ivy Poison, lllioumatisni, Croup,
Dipthoria, Cuts, Burns, Bruises Ac. And in al
so good for pains in the Back, Side and Guest,
and is a specific, for Man or Beast.
S. It. DAY. Agent,
18:1-1 v Ht. Albans.
?r r fo ho nrl el fes of 1 vali v ibcrtv elok. Do dog licked Pete's face, and ge t
mid eoalitv beforo tho law
Eemtvcd, That speaking for ouivelves
and tho souuers ami minors wno imper
I do bed a howleu.
lud in tho milk
A Father's lovo to ua rovpala
All that we need to know,
Concerning thoso in childhood
Called homo from sin and woo.
He knuws tho pniutr.l yeanlings
'flint must our bosoms swell,
Answers our sad hearts question,
'-Is it well with thy child V It is well.
Mits, E. J.
Do kitten cot her
pot, and I cut her
lu V'v,a " ' ;". V-.. " l.o.lnn'ti.KnLe (be nif.bur. and den 1
Iled ttieir nyes 10 pieeivo uie c 1 ion, , : Ditehur to get do hed l?01l sl'ltlNU STYLES OF HATH AND CAPS,
wnbnl evo that the iiiipeachmentot An- nau 10 ihuko no imemu iu j, IS nn n wit n. hhith a m.
,, . .nw in wnv I'll tree iieiieii wiieii '
S 1" , : mudderainis-horned nottln do bed
luiu . HjUT'li it CO'S lor Gray's
Ki'i'ors oi'You t ll.
AGENTLKMAN who buffered for years from
nervous debility, and premature decay, and
all the effects of youthlul indiscretion, will, for
the sake of suil'ering humanity, send free to all
who need it, tho receipt and directions for mak
ing tho simple remedy by which he waH cured.
Sullerers wishing to prolil by the advertiser's
experience, can do so bv addressing, in perfect
confidence, JOHX B. OGDKN,
lGG-lv 12 Cedar Street, Now York.
a box of Poland's Plantain
The best Salvo in tho World.
Take no other, hut insist ou having this, l or
sale bv all Druggists and Country Dealers.
Dr. J. AY. POLAND,
JJ-OTH PATCIIKS, FUF.CKLKS AND TAN.
TH33 OITIiTf IISIiXABIjE ICEIvIEDTT
For thoso brown 'diseolorations on tho face is
"l'errv's Moth and FreclUo Lotion," 1'reparcil
only by Dr. B. C. Perry, 41) Bond St., Now-York.
ro Koni overywnere. sii-iiu-um
PltOPOSALS for bprinkling the business por
tions of Main, Bank and Lake Streets,
whan required, during tho year lbfiS. Send
scaled proposals for one week from date, ltight
reserved to reject bids. II. L. SAMSON,
April 1st, liM. l or e:oui)nutee.
rilHE ltov. Edward A. Wilson, will houiI (free
1 of ehargo) to all who deairo it, tho prescrip
tion with tho inrections lor mauing ami using
I tlm slinole veinedv bv which bo was cured of a
lung atfectiou and that droad diseaKO Consump
tion, ins only onject is to uenent. 1110 aiuicteu
and ho hopes ovorv sufferer will try this prescrip
tion, as it win cost tiiem noining ami may prove
j a blessing. Please address
JtUV. LUVYAUD A. UiLhUfi,
AVillianiBburg, Kings Co., Now York. ICO-ly
"It Work's Like a Charm."
llcuno'ri Paiii-Ivilling Magio Oil euros Head
ache, ltenno's Pain-Killing Magio Oil cures Tooth
acho. Itonnc'B Paiu-Killing Magio Oil cures Neural
gia. ltenno's Pain-Killing Magio Oil cures Cholera
Itonno's rain-Killing Magio Oil cures lllioumatisni.
ltenno s Pain-Killing Magio Oil euros Lame
ness. ltenno's Paiu-Killing Magio Oil cures Skin
Homo folks seem to bo proud of telling how
"lamo their shoulders are" of my crick in tho
back" or, "I havo got tho Sciatica" and do
light in hraflglng that "nothing cairjcuro 1110 1"
hut when wo got such "awful folks" to uso
lteono's Paiu-Killing Magic Oil, faithfully, wa
not only euro their lameness and charm away
their pains, but wo actually tako all tlmt kind of
"brag out of thonil', and thoy frankly own up
and say, "It works liljo a charm I"
Soul uy ail JJl'llgglbts, jsicronums aim uroceis.
Solo proprietor and manufacturer, l'jttsliold,
And Drutticists' and PhTai'-iaiib' orders bolieited.
Tins btore will not Do unileisolil ny anyongooiis
of the same quality, but will sustain, at all
events, its reputation for cheapness and relia
bilitv. and in all cases wo shall be happy to re
ceive our cubtomers, and wait on them with
uronor earo and attention.
Dr. A. -M. riant, into 01 .union, win do pieascu
to receive all 111s menus and acquaintances.
ST. ALMNS LI qUOIt AGENCY.
Pure Lion us eoiibtantlv on hand for Medicinal
Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats
Which wo will sell low for cash. We have flic
largest assortment of
HATS AETD CAPS
To be found in Northern Vermont. If you don't
believe it, call and see for yourselves. Our
Clothing is New and Desirable, consisting of
S. It. DAY, Agent.
wnow:sAi.n and ltivrAii, iiuai.hu is
C Allli I AGE
BARNES' BLOCK, LAKE ST.
St. Albans. May 11, 1808, d:)-tf
THE ST. ALBANS BRIGADE BAND
Aro prepared to furnish music for
Boys' and Youths' Clothing,
We have a few Winter Over Coats lelt, that
wo will sell at a big discount from cost, for cash.
Henieiuber tho place, Two doors Webt of tho
American House, Lako Street.
MORTON A PEKOV.
Hkniiy G. Moivro.v. Ai.ni'.nr N. l'laicv.
ld-tf Formerly with Win. N. Smith .V Co
"VTrE would give this notice to our former
VV friends and patrons, that on and after tho
1st tuy of .Tune, ItiilH, wo shall bell our goods
oisriH pmcE 1 1
Having had sufliciont experience in tho credit
sybtom of doing business, wo havo concluded to
make a change, and try tho Cash System be
lieving that wo can sell our goods cheaper bv
adopting biich a rule Although a novelty in St.
Albans, wo aro determined to try tho plan. Wo
havo on hand a largo btock of
excursions, reaj)y MADE 0L0THING-
And on other occasions whoro Band and String
Music is required.
Orders addressed to
GEORGE E. KINSLEY,
W . H . SMITH,
At tho Tremont House, will receive prompt at
tention, Persons desiring tho services of this Hand on
tho Uh of July, should hand in their bids beforo
tho 10th of Juno. dl-tf
Which under this plan wo will agree to sell l.
per cum icst man any ouier arm m iou mm.
do business on tho credit system.
TnKo notice and govern yourseii accoriungiy.
SMITH & FOSTER,
NO. 2 ,
DA 11 n o w
St. Albans, Vt.
G1ENTS FUltNISHINQ GOODS OF ALL
JT KINDS, you will lind at
WM. N. SMITH & CO'S.
fATS FOll HOYS j CAPS FOll DOYS AT
TIIIIE Subscriber has removed Ins stock ot
X goods to Haines' Hloek, Lako Street, oppo
site the St. Albans Foundry, and will continuo
business thoro until tho completion of his new
Storo on Main Ktroot, VICTOR ATWOOD.
Ibnusiav U, 1808.
DCIlllltl 1 VOi i'fc V,
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