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Vermont Daily Transcript.
ST. ALBANS, VT, MONDAY, MAY 25, 1868.
Vol. T.
NO. 11.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
PUBLISHED EACH EVENING.
ujlh-v in llttrnfs" Itlncl; Luke St., St. Altuum, 17.
AVriilJUR P. DAVIS, Pnoi-'it.
Wniwn
i p. Davis, mUor.
nks, J
A. Bakni
TERMS :
Per year, in ndvanco 8,00
Six months, in advance '1,00
Throe months, in ndvnnco, 2.00
Oiit month, in advance
Advertisements should bo handed in ns early
it h the morning of tin- day of their intended pub
Mention. For the Truisiriit.
Klines Jo i- tin: llunsonivil.
Ynnkt'o thought and Yankee guns
Shall guard old Acthioiicu's sons,
Till in due time her" hosts ahull bo
All educated, happy, free,
And no more fearing Slavery's rod
Outstretch her swarthy arms to God.
"Jes so," says Brother Jonathan,
"We'll du it, what on't isn't done.
Come Sambo, Dinah conic along !
"We'll right this old infarnal wrong ;
NNc've straightned out its blarsted
links,
Hut work unduin' all their kinks ;
(Uicss Slavery's chain has gone tu
smash,
And sutliin happened lu her lash"
"Wall! now, the fust thing, now
you're Tree,
Is, lain to cypher, that's tli" i-dec,
And lay up suthin, 'gin a day
When blackest wool has streaks o' grey.
Don't bctu fast, jest look around,
Afore you buy your cotton ground,
And when you du, might make believe
Don't want to buy, you're goin' to
leave,
Tu big a price, must throw oil' half,
An' when they du, don't up an' lull',
Look solum, say it's pretty tull"
Tu pay so much for worn out stutl';
(Set title sure, then show your iron's
Your plows and plough shares, means
and en's
Ain't cat o' niii" tails, an' the backs
Of white folks' colour, mixed with
blacks',
n' so 'fore long, that worn out silo
Will turn up, rich an' fat as ile.
You'll have tu vote 'fore long, per'aps;
Then mind, look out, them rebel chaps,
ilout 'lection time, will git you tite,
An' you'll believe that black is white.
We'll send you down some Temprance
trax
Explainin' Andy Johnson's acts ;
And Yankee schoolnia'ms, that 'ill be
A better Moses 'cross the sea.
Must have a Deestrick School House
now,
Sence A 1$ (J's won't raise a row ;
Your little pieaninies need,
An' so du you, to larn tu read,
An' "Sarch the Seripters," that you've
heard
Dispcnsed-uv7f, in theprcach-ed word,
'Cept where they tell 'boutcussin Hum,
An' Miss Delilah's wheedlin' Sam
Son, till she sheared oil' all his hair,
An' left him in Philistines' care,
The English Neutrals that then ware.
You'll want tp larn The Rule of Three,
'Rout Faith, & Hope, & Charity ;
The Faith that's oilers up an' duin',
An' Hope that sticks, you know, like
glucin',
An' Charity that's 'mazin' slow
To take Revenge an' Wrath in tow,
Rut don't sue how she can exoinr)'
Old Massa .Toll", from pullin' hemp.
As tu yer school house, an' its site,
The cheapest onps is oilers right.
Got enny frog ponds, 'way dawn there?
Or rocky spots, a-mostwise bare,
An' good for nothin' else? then raise
Your school hpuso there, o' rainy days.
Re savin'! 'tan't the house you want,
It's JJarnin', same as in Varmont.
Where hocrcake suits, an' black suits
grow,
No need pinch wheat nor cloth tu sow,
To keep the folks, the year about,
From mortal wants Inside an' out.
Wo havo tu coax the hills an' rocks
Tu akc an' nuss our gro'in' flocks,
An' scratch the airth's old back beam
depp,
Afore she'll give us grain tu reap.
Q! ehuncks of midnight, 'proachin'
day,
You'vo got a chance to make it pay
Tu pitch intu it, head an' heels,
Work day an night, an' bolt your meals.
Jes' fill olo Nator'sbuzuin full
Of cotton-seed, an' cotton-wool,
An' Yankeo Whitney's cotton gin
Not t'other kind will fetch tho tin.
Why, fuller critters ! see, you're sot
In all creation's garden spot.
Tho West ain't it! You'vo got tho fat,
Oil' on her mountain ribs, spread Hut,
It's bin a ilo'in', 'way down South,
Out of them monstrous rivers' mouth,
Sence when old mastodons woro 'fraid,
To stick a foot in't, for tu wade.
Wo s'poso you might drive down o
spilo,
Ono top of t'othor, half a uillo,
An' then nottetch tho upper side
Of that 'are fat, that fust was fried.
What of tho weather is some hot,
'Rout right to bile a Hottentot,
An' skeetors grow as big as chickens,
And alligators raise the dickens,
If over you get tangled In
Their countenance's openin';
Jes kill 'cm, dry 'cm small expense
Will make 'em intu picket fence.
Rein' all done brown, from head to feet,
You'vo got the hang uv sun stroke heat
Don't want uinbrllls, can't melt or
tan,
Stood Slavery, an' what can't yer stan' ?
You've weathered putty much the wust
That human critters ever ctisst.
Youv'e tctched the bottom now, no
doubt,
Got foot hold, chance to flounder out ;
Nogeltin' lower, cf you try,
its up or nowhere, up or die.
In Night's cold bed, we've hearn 'cm
say,
The darkest hour lies next to day ;
Now of there's life in Yankee yeast
Your Sun is risin' up
Down East.
Ahout Tiikks. It is difiicuit to real
ize how great a part of all that is cheer
ful and delightful in the recollections
of our own life is associated with trees.
They are allied with the songs of morn,
with the quiet of noonday, with social
gatherings under the evening sky, and
with all the beauty and attractiveness
of every season. Nowhere does nature
look more lovely, or the sounds from
birds and insects, and from inanimate
things, allect us more deeply than in
benevolent shade. Never does the blue
sky appear more serene than when its
dappled azure glimmers through their
green, trembling leaves. Their shades,
which, in tho early ages, where the tem
ples of religion and philosophy, are still
the favorite resort of the studious, the
scene of healthful sport for the active
and adventurous, and the very sanctu
ary of peaceful seclusion for the con
templative and sorrowful.
In our early years, we are charmed
with the solitude of groves, witli the
flowers that dwell in ther recesses, with
the little creatures that snort among
their branches, and with tho birds that
convey tons by their notes a portion of
their own indefinable happiness. At
later period of life, the wood becomes a
hallowed spot, where wo may review
the events of the past. Nature has made
use of trees to wed our minds to tho love
of homely scenes, and to make us satis
lied with" life. How many visions of
village merry-making, of rural sports
and pastimes, ot the lrolies ot children,
and or stuuious reaction, Haunts us
when we sit down under the protection
of some familiar trees that stand in the
open Held or by the wayside!
In line, I cannot help regarding trees
as tlio most poetical objects in nature
Every wood teems with suggestions of
imaginative thought, every tree is vocal
with language and music, and its fruits
and flowers do not all'ord more luxury
to the sense than delight to the mind.
The trees have their roots in the earth.
but they send up their branches towards
the skies, and are so many supplicants
to Heaven lor blessings upon our homes
The slender gracefulness of tho Birch
and the Willow, tho grandeur of tho
broad-spreading Rhine, the venerable
majesty of the Oak, the flowing dignity
of the Elm, and the proud magnificence
of tho towering Tine, are all calculated
to inspire tlio mum witli serene, lively,
tender, or sublime emotions. .Tlieir
beauty leads us to the love of nature,
and tills us with profound veneration
for the Creator. f Atlantic Monthly, for
June.
Greatest 1'eilestriaii
Waijvv on Jtec
ovd.
A deposit of $o,000 was made in Now
York, May 0, on a wager that Weston
win wane lrom uangor, juo., to St. 1'aui,
Minnesota, and return lolsuilHIo, JN. v.
making in all 15,000 miles, to boconiplet
ed in 1U0 confeecutivo days. Tho feat is
to be done for a wager of $2o,U0() n side,
in all SoO.000. Mr. Goodwin is still
backing Weston, and Messrs. Win, R.
Fredericks, Samuel II. Brock, Win. R
l'erKins, J. u. uarrou and Euuono M
Rail are backing time. A purse of $25,-
uuu is also ucing raised to bo presented
to Weston 11 no sliould accomplish tho
feat. As he will not bo allowed to wall
on Sundays, he will only havo 80 regu
lar days m which to accomplish tlio
feat and will have to make an average
oiOB and i- nines daily in order to win
Ho will have to walk 100 miles inside of
23 consecutive hours five times, and
should ho fail in doing this feat onco ho
lorlclts all claims to the blio.UOO purse
and forfeits $2,000 for each event, to tlio
backers of time in tho wagor. Ho will
also walk CO miles in 10 consecutive
hours, onco in each 1,000 miles, making
Ave times in all. In both of these feats
ho will bo allowed two trials at each
event. Weston proposes starting on or
about tlio iBtli ol August lrom Bangor
Ale., andtcrminiuingatiJuiiiiio, isovem
ber 25. Ho will be accompanied during
tlio wain by a party or six sworn judges
and tnero win no auacnod to the earn
ago an odometer, for correct measure
mont of the distance. During his walk
ho will pass through twolvo dillerent
States and innumerable cities and towns
An Assault ox Old Ethan Ai.
IjEN. Rev. R. F, LaCosta of New York
rudely assuilleil tho traditional faith in
sturdy old Ethan Allen before a recent
meeting of tho New England historical
society at Roston. Not contented with
making him out a tory, ho went on to
stem iroin nun tno laurels oi Ticomiero
ga, and decorated therewith tho brow of
John Brown, a Pittsfleld lawyer, who
according to nun, originated tno plan
while it owed its final success to Rone
diet Arnold.
m l
B6f Havo you seen Prangs Chromo?
"Old Oaken Ruckot," "Falconer and
Bride."
Cooking
stove m
Court.
1 M' m, 0.1I..1.VI....1 I. .VI. I F llw, Pirxitll (',,111-1 111'
J. tho United States, for tho Northern District
of Now York, in tho Heeond circuit hold nt. tho
City Hall, in tho city of Albany, tho 28th day of
January, in tho year of our Lout 1808.
PllKSl'.N'T :
Tho lion. Nathan k. Hall, JiuIijc.
JACOII II. ShKAIl A JOMl'.VH l'ACKAltP, )
fs. In haity
Gr.o. B. Jons 51. ltocKwnn,. )
It is further ordered. adiudged nnd decreed.
that n perpetual injunction he issued in thin
suit against the defendants, restming them
from lurthor infringements of said Patent, No.
51,10(5. Dated Dec. 5th, 1803, for improvements
in cooKing stoves, pursuant to ana in accord
ance with tho prayer of tho Bill of Complaint.
signed a. a. isovci:, uiric.
The above was instituted for infringement of
tho Patent securing the manner of fitting tho
asli pan in tho hearth of tho American Cooking
Stove, and for tho combination of tho hailed
asli pan. Wc have repeatedly cautioned tho
public against wiling or using stoves witli these
nnprovemets not manufactured by us. All per
sons now selling or using stoves witli these im
provements in violation of llio above injunction,
without license from us. will be liale to lino and
imprisonment. SHEAR, PACKARD .V CO.
205-0111. Albany, N. Y.
F0H SALE liYlKM. WALKER.
jr tiiv.
Tho attention ot tlio public is e.uleU to a great
discovery in Dentistry.
THE GREATEST ADVANCE STEP EVEll
MADE IN THE AllT.
The main difficulty in weaving artillcial teeth is,
tliev do net hold m their place iirinly enough,
ami add to thin the annovanco of food getting
under the plate while eating. 1 have discovor-
il a mctiiod ol so constructing tho plate on
which the teeth are set that they will not start
or drop while eating or speaking, neither will
any particles of food get under the plate, no
matter what tho condition of the mouth is,
which is not true of any method hithertousod.
1 have secured Letters Patent for the United
States, England and France.
llio improvement is not in material, nut m
the eoiibtrin tion, whichs;ccures the atmosplu rie
pressure on the entire plate.
I have sold the exclusive of said improvement
to Dr. L. Oilman, to wit, tlio Counties of Frank
lin, Washington, Chittenden, Lamoillo and
Grand Isle. TIkiko wishing to avail themselves
of such improvement, will call on
Dr. L. UUL.M AN,
ST. ALBANS Vuiimost.
N.T. FOLSOM.
November, 11, 1KG7. l'Jl-tf
A'
GENTS WANTED FOll
MJJX OF OUli DAY!
Or tho Lives and Deeds of Generals, Statesmen,
Orators and Political Leaders now on tho Stago
of Action, including Grant, Slierinar, Colfax,
Sumner, Stanton, Sheridan, Yates, Curtin, Trum
bull, teuton, Jiuckingliam, Wilson, liieoloy,
Watte, Morton, Philips, Farragut, Chase, Logan,
.Stevens, Bcocher, Howard, lioutwoll, Dix, Ham
lin, Fessenden, Howard, and others, with over
forty life-hlio Portraits of Living Men. Sold on
ly f)v Agents. Great inducements. Send for
Jiicu'lars. ZEIGLElt, McCUltDY k CO.,
iilu-'.tw (il I Ai cli Ht., Philadelphia, Pa.
FOB ONE DOLLAH !
XTfE SELL DltESS PATl'EUNS. PANT Pat-
terns, Webs, Cotton Cloth, Shawls, Car
petings, Sheetings, Drv and Fancy (loods, Ac.,
,vc. -i it ii mi's sciii L'l-fv, giMiig lull particu
lars.: or Tivi'lvi- ciu'itM bent for Olio Dollar,
describing twelve dillerent articles which wo will
sell for One Diilliir Knell.
ifff- Ladies and gentlemen wanted as Agents.
to whom the most liberal inducements are otter
ed, and satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
CI IAS. LETTS A' CO.,
J.i..i(tc7H)'('j'.s' AijentK,
(11 ' KKDKU.YI- ST11UKT,
208-ly lioston, Mass.
VANTKDI
1,000 MEN AND WOMEN TO
ACT AS UANVASSmtS 1011 A HWIIUS Ol'
NEW ENGRAVINGS !
1'IVU MMUTirUL
JJJJUAL AM Ell It' AX JLCJJS,
Engraved on stono in Paris by tho most emi
nent Lithographers in tlio world. For particu
lars and descriptive circular, address
L. I). KUJHAHU.N,
20'J-Ow JG Main St., Springfield, Mass.
BILLIARD TABLES,
jiAxui'Acrsiti:i) iiy
J. E. CAME, Sf CO.
Witli Phelan .t Collendcr's New Improved Coin
bination Cushions, patented Nov. 2(i, 1H(!7. Old
Tables lu-cushioneit with tho above New Com
bination Cushions fur $75 per set. These New
Cushions have proved, by actual use, to excel
all other styles ever made. Tallies of all styles
and finish constantly on hand. Also, Phelan V
Collender's Combined Dining and Milliard Ta
bles J. E. CAME ,V CO..
210-:im 111 Sudbury St., lioston.
New Goods, New Goods,
At tho New Hook, Stationery and Variety Store
IN
MONITOR BLOCK,
LA3CE STREET,
misci:.l.xj:olts,
school a xi)
toy hooks;
all kixds of
EXVEl.OVKS,
l'M'Kll.
IlLAXK HOOKS,
AXl) STATIOXKUY,
J'JlOTOdJlAJ'lIS,
PIUTUUES,
Picturo Frames, Threads, Needles, a largo va
riety of Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions, Ac, tie.
Also, nil htyles of
Willow Baskets,
Large and small. Theso additions to tho stock
previously on hand enables tho subscriber to
oll'cr for sale as largo a variety of goods as can
lio found elsewhere in Franklin County. The
ontiio stock is new, has been bought cheap for
cash, ninny articles at a large discount from for
mer prices, and will bo sold at a small advance
Thankful for tho liberal patronage bestowed
thus far, n continuation is desired.
202-tf O. 11. DAKEH.
FOlt SPUING STYLE OF SOFT HATS, go to
WM. N. SMITH A COU
SACK Conts, in overy stylo at
ttM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
The American
vi TRANSCRIPT
aroE
PrintinG-
02PFICE!,
ST. A LBANS.
H. A. CUTLER, --PROPRIETOR-
Ml Printing brought to this Oflico, both Plain
and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten
tion, at prices as low as tlio times will admit.
Wo do our work much better than can any
Oflico that 'will do a job of printing for nothing
for tlio sal;o of depriving us of it, and wo aro
ready to comparo our work with any similar
class of printing done in tho cities, botli in neat
ness and prico.
Hand your orders into tho Transcript Hook
and Job Printing Establishment if you take any
pride in having your printing dono in a work
manlike manner.
JMPOltTAXT TO STOCK GitOWEllS.
Blood, Beauty, Speed, Kind
ness ana jmiciurance.
Those who desire to raise first-class sotck, and
all lovers of good horses, aro respectfully in
formed that tlio llanibletoiiian trotting stallion.
YOUNC DEXTER:
. ill stand for a limited number of marcs the eu
suing season, at tho Homestead Stock Farm,
Greenwich, Washington County, N. Y.; season
to commence on tho 1st of May and to end on tlio
1st day of September. Young Dexter was bred
at Chester, Orange County, N. Y., is four years
old, by llysdyk's llanibletoiiian, stands nearly
Hi hands liigh, and is ono of tho bent of tlio get
of his celebrated sire. Y'oung Dexter is a half
brother to Dexter, George Wilkes, ISvuno, liru
nette allied to Mountain lioy and other well
known horses. Very evidently, from his sizo,
shape, etc., Y'oung Doxter will not only bring
gentle, lino and speedy stock, but also handsome
carriage and family lioibea as well. It is mani
festly lor the benefit of stock growers that they
obtain not only tlio bent and most popular blood
in tho country, but also that which commands
the highest prices i-i market, and it leiptires no
more labor or euro to raiso a good colt than an
inferior one. It was witli tho iow to improve
tho stock of horsca in Northern Now York, Ver
mont and Now Hampshire, etc., that Young
jjcxter was purcliasea ny its present owner, Air,
II. 0. Pago, Editor of tho J'ttiphfn Journal tho
object being to benefit farmers and stock growers
who aro willing to undergo tho euro and expense
necessary to tlio raising ot good lioracH.
For further particulars, terms, etc., address
Homestead Stock FarnGieenwieh, Washington
UOUlllV, JX. 1. J'J. U. Si'l(ATlUA,
215-tf Superintendent.
A PROCLAMATION.
"VXrilEREAS. tho St. Albans Hank, a corpora
V Hon, dulv incorporated by the Legislature
of tho Stnto of Vermont, located and doing busi
ness at St. Albans, m tho county of Franklin.
has made application to me, requesting mo to
issue a piuciauiai;ou designating some nay
lor tlio termination ol llio existence or said cor
poration;
And whereas, it has been made to appear tome
that two-thirds of tho legal votes of the stock
holders of said corporation were given in favor
of said application.
Now, therefore. I. Paul Dillingham. Governor
of tho State of Vermont, in conformity witli said
application, and tlio provisions of section eighty-six
nnd eighty-Hovcn of chapter eighty-nine of
the, General Statutes of Vermont, do hereby is-
suo my proclamation, and declare that on the
twonty-liftli day of March, A. D. 18(iS. tlio said
corporation shall cease to exist as fully and
with tlio samu ell'ect as if said charter expired by
the limitation thereof.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto signed
my nainn and caused tho seal of the Stato
i,.h. to be hereunto alllxed, in Executive Cham
hers at Wnterbni'V. this 2:lrd dav of Son
teniber, A. D. ltii!7, anil of tlio independence of
mo unueii oiaieu mo '.usi.
PAUL DILLINGHAM,
Ry tlio Governor,
Wm. P. DiLi.iMiii.ur,
Seo'y of Civil and Military Aall'iiitH.
T)Y recent enactments of Congress, all Sol
Jj diers who have served threo years nnd havo
received but $100 bounty from the United States.
or who. having enlisted for threo years, were dis
charged in consequence of wounds, and tho wid
ow, ciiiiurou, or paruua ot any boidicr who en
listed for three years, under a promise of only
$100 bounty, and who died in tlio service, aro en
titled to an additional bounty of ONE HUN-
All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or
foot, or havo incurred disability equivalent to
tno loss oi nana or loot, are entitled to a largo
increase of pension.
All peiibioned widows of soldiers or bailors are
entitled to an increased pension of two dollars
per month for each child under i-ixtcon years of
ago.
Claims of tho above naturo, and for nrreara of
nay, oiucors' extra pay, lor norscs lost in tlio u.
S. sorvico. commutation of rations of prisoners
of war and prizo money, will bo promptly proso
cutcd by application by lottor, enclosing dw
chargolroiii scrvico, will bo attended to nnd the
nocessnry papers returned to pncant lor sig
uaiuros, ivo. is. a, isuwLr-s,
Oflico over tho First National Bank,
St. Albans, Aug. 17th,18C0. J25-tf
,C
UIAHT.HS WVHA.V,
1847 swciawoiiTo 1868
WYMAN & HUNTINGTON.
Acknowledging tho kindness and liberal pat
ronage of tho public in tlio past twenty years, I,
CHAS. WYMAN",
Now rcnvie the promise, (and let tlio past bo tho
assurance) that this corner of the good little
STATE OF VERMONT,
And some portion of the P. Q., shall bo well and
honestly supplied at tho lowest possiblo rates
witli all the grades of American, Swiss & English
WATCHES,
In GOLD and SILYEU Casos.
JEWELRY,
Latest patterns and all grades
FINE GOLD,
SILVEH and
PLATED
CHAINS,
KEYS,
LOCKETS,
CHAINS,
Masonic and Mechanics' Pins, Solid Silver Ware,
warranted lino as com. lieautitul
EIjKGTM) plated goods,
From all tho best factories.', such as
TEA SETS,
UAKK IJASlvLTS,
DEIiltY DISHES,
CASTORS,
PITCIIEHS,
GOISLETS,
SPOON CUPS
Syrup Cups, Mustard and Child's Cups. Vases,
Collin Plates, finally everything of first quality
riatctl ware.
SOLE AGENCY.
This is tlu only place in llio county where you
can get, direct from llio manufacturers, tliu
Genuine Wm. Rogers & Son's
Spoo.is, Forks, Knives, Ladles Ac. Don't bo de
ceived and buy a 2d quality goods when its so
easy to gel the bvxt and at almost tlio samo prico
A great variety Clocks, Table and Pocket
CUTLERY,
In abundance. Everybody wants a kit iti1 then
let everybody call ami get one. A large assort
ment of Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles and
i!,ye u lasses,
FANCY GOODS".
SHEARS
SCISSORS,
COMUS,
RRUSHES,
NEEDLES,
WALLETS.
BAGS, GAMES .tC.
Rillo and Pistol'Cartridges. Revolveis. Roberts'
Needles (warranted.) Watches, Clocks, and
Jewelry repaired in tlio pest possible manner,
All worlc warranted satislactorv orpayrotuniled
Engraving neatly executed, and at reasonably
low rates.
At tho old stand, liraiuerd's lliiilding, corner
Alain and liani: streets.
CHARLES WYMAN.
St. Albans, Feb. 10th, 18(18. 203-tt
cc:-r,-.t.!.
, yjuy i) n5 i;, . i i a
i KEORkLCIA.
T5iiv(isal!!reiiralia' akd all
NCRVOUO
Die-AO".
Iln J'fffrt.i irr
It is an unfailing remedy in all cases of Neu
ralgia Facialis, often effecting a perfect euro in
less than twenty-four hours, from the uso of no
more than two or threo pills. No other form of
Neuralgia or Nervous Disease has failed to yield
to tins
WOX)L'i!FLTL 11 EM El) A L AG EXT.
Even in tlio boverest cases of Chronic Neural
gia and general nervous derangements of many
years staiiiung--anecting tno entire system
Its uso for a few days, or a few weeks at tlio ut
mcst, always aiiords tlio
MOST ASTOXISltlXG 11 ELI EE,
And very rarely fails to produce a complete and
permanent cure. It contains no drugs or other
materials in tlio slightest degree iniurious. oven
to tlio most delicate system, and can always bo
used wnn
PEllFKCT SAFETY.
It has long been in constant uso by may of our
mobt. eminent rnysicians, wno give it tncir
unanimous and unqualified approval. Sent by
man on receipt oi price, aim postago.
Ono packago fl 00. ., .Postage 0 cents.
Six packages. . , . 0 00. . . . " 27 "
TwelvoPackg's.. U 00 " -18 "
It is sold by all wholesalo and retail dealers in
drugs and medicines throughout tho United
States, and by TURNER A CO., Solo Proprietors,
120 to 157 Tremont Street, Boston, Mafis. 18'J-Om
CROCKERY !
CROCKERY !
I have Just received a largo lot of first and
SO.'Oll.l (llllitv .if Stonn nlwl fUlinn Wnwi pnm.
prising two Now and Elogant Patterns' called
'Gen. Grant" Patterns, Alsn a largo stock of
Cutlery, Glass and Stono Ware, which I oiler foi
sale chcni). Please call and seo beforo purehas
lllK uiqmwiuru
At tho old Farrar Block, one door north
of
ucorgo ii. rarrars,
P. G. SKINNER.
St. Albans. Oct 21th. 18C6. 130
-QLACli DRESS SUITS OF EVERY KIND AT
VKUMOXT CKXTHAIi AM SUI.MVAN
RAILROADS.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
CommonclnR May 25, 1808.
T11A1NS noiNO SOUTH AND KAST
Leave St. Albans nt C.29 a. m.. 12.00 noon, nnd
00 p. m.
Mail Train leaves Rouso s Point at -1:10 a. m..
receives passengers from Ogdcnsburgh R. H.,
nnd connects nt Whito River Junction and Hoi
lowt Falls witli trains for lioston, Worccstor,
Springfield, nnd with trains on Pnsstimpsic R.
ii.. nrnves nt jncw ioi-k at iu.i.i p. m.
Day Express leaves Montreal at 8:30 a. in.. St.
Jolnm at 10:00 n. in., Ogdcnsburgh nt 5-30 a. m.,
jtousu s l ouii nt iu:i.) n. in,, ior j)oston, ic, al
lying in isosioii, via. iiowen nt iu:un i. m.
Night Express lenves Ocdcnsburch nt 1.00 p.
in., Montreal nt 3:!J0 p. m., Rouso'h Point at (i.35
p. in., St. Johns at 5:00 p. m., arriving at Hoston
at 8.-10 a. in., connecting at Hollows Fnlla with
Clieshiro Road for lioston nnd Worcester and
witli Vermont Valley Railroad for Springfield, Ac.,
and nrrivini: in NewY'ork nt 12.30 p. in.
TRAINS (10INU NOIITH AM) WIIST.
Leave St. Albans for Montreal at 0:10 a. in..
and G:33p. in. For Rouse's Point, Ogdcnsburgh
and tho West at G:0o and 11:00 a. in., nnd 7.15
in.
Day Express leaves Hoston via. Lowell 8.0J a.
in. for liurlington, St. Albans, Montreal, Ac.
arriving at Montreal nt 10:00 p. m., Ogdcnsburgh
at emu a. m.
Mail Tram loaves Boston via Lowell, at 7:0n
. in., via Lawrenco and Fitchburc at 7.30 a.m.,
Springfield nt 7:45 a. nj., for Burlington, and
St. Albans.
Tho trains leaving Boston via. Fitchburg at
30 a. in., and Springfield at 7:15 a. in., connect
nt Whito River Junction with tho Day Express
train.
Accommodation Train leaves Northfiold at
:15 a. in., for Burlington. Rutland. St. Albans.
Roubo'b Point, OgondoHburgh, Ac.
Night Express leaves Bellows Falls at 10.00 p,
,. n. ! 1 1 n uuiinifA-.u f'w,,, Vnviiivtil Vnllf.i
Railroad, leaving New York nt 12.15 p. in., anil
from Clieshiro Railroad, leaving Boston at 5:30
p. in., connecting nt Whito River Junction with
tram leaving iioaton at, u:uu p. m., ior liurling
ton, Rouse's Point, .Montreal and Ogdonsburgn,
connecting wiiu sieaiiit'io nimuiami irunii
Trains for tlioWest.
Sleeping cars aro attached to both tlio nichi
Express trains running between St. Albans nut
Boston, and St. Albans and Springfield.
Through tickets for Chicago and tho West fo
sale at tlio principal stations.
U. AlLUlillih, Sup.
St. Albans. May 23, 18(58.
EUTI.AM) AM) HUltra.VGTON AND at
VALLEY RAILROAD.
On and after Dec. 2d, 18G7. trains will rur
as follows, viz :
MOVINCI SOUTH AND I'.AS'T.
Leave BuilingtonSat 8:30 a. in.. 1:35 i. m. 3:38
0;15 p. ni. Arrive at Rutland at 11:25 a. m. ,-1:19
m. a:UU a. m. lli.GU a. m.
Leave Rutland at -1:00 a. in.. 12:00 in. Arrive
Bellows Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 p. in., A 3:25 a.
m.
Leavo Bellows Falls at 7.50 a. in., 2:25 p. m..
3:30 a m. Arrive at Brattleboro' at 8:50 a. m.,
3:20 p. in., -t:27 A. in.
MOVING MOUTH AND WEST.
Leavo Brattleboro' at 11:00 a. m., -1:15 A!):00 p.
i. Arrivo at Bellows Falls at 12:00 a. in., and
5:10 and 0:55 p. in.
Leave iieiiows l-ails at 1U.35 p. m., 5:15 p. m.
10.00 p. m. Arrivo at Rutland at 3:10 p. in.,
y.uu p. m. i:3S a. in.
i.eavo Jdiuamint (i.Ull a. m., 1,20 n, in., il.L'll
p. m. 1:30 a. in. Arrivo at Burlington at !): I5 a.
m., 1:25 p, in,, nnd 0.15 p. in. 1.15 a. m.
TRAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS :
At Burlington witli Boats on Lako Chain-
plain and Vermont Central and Vermont and
Canada Railroads, for Montpelier, St. Albans.
Rouse's Point, Montreal. Ogdcnsburgh. and tho
West. At Rutland witli trains for Troy, Albmy
and New York, Savatoga Springs, Scheneclady,
aim tno west. At iieiiows I'lius witli trains on
Clieshiro Railroad for Fitchburgh, Worcester,
Lowell, and Boston. Witli Vt. Valley Railroad,
for Brattleboro', Springfield, Hartford, New Ha
ven, and New York- and with Sullivan Railroad
for Windsor, White River Junction, Wells River,
St. Johnsbury. Nowport, Littleton, and tlio
White Mountains,
Passengers lor tho West will find tins a cheap.
pleasant, and expeditious routo.
mn nunififTO ..n .r.......i:....
luu Aiuivjtitr, 4,1,1, nil iitLunrJiUj luiui iiiu I Kill.
enquire at tho Olllces on tlio lino.
i-ti. ur.u. a. Jiuiiiiiiji;. upt.
JOItTllKR.V UA1LUOAD.
WIJMT.bUl AlUtAJMUJiiMlUlM T 1H04-5.
On and after Monday, Nov. 11, 1801, Passenger
Trains will run as follows :
Ul'WAItl) T1UIXS.
Day Express Train loaves Concord al 9.35 a.
m., Ior Muto liiver Junction, connecting with
trains for Montpelier, Burlington, Rouse's Point,
Montreal. Ac and with Ogdeiisburgh and Grand
Trunk Railroads, for tlio West.
Mail Tram leaves concord nt "10.45 a. m., tor
Whito River Junction, connecting with train for
Wells River, St. Johnsbury, Barton, Newport,
Willougliby and Magog Lakes, Stanstead, Bath,
Littleton, and Lancaster; also, witli trains for
Montpelier, Burlington, St. Albans, Rouse's Point,
Montrola, Ogdenslmrgli, and tho West.
liristoi Tram leaves concord at 3.30 p. in., lor
Franklin and Bristol.
Evening Express Tram lenves Concord at 8.1.'
p. in., for Whito River Junction, connecting with
trams ior .uontpeiior, ijuriington, t. Ainans,
Rouse's Point, Montreal, Ogdemdiurgh, and tlio
West.
Or on arrival of trains from Boston, Worcester.
Portsmouth, Portland, Ao.
POW.WAIIP TI1AINS.
Morning Express Train leaves Whito Rivei
Junction for Concord at 1,15 a. in., or on arrival
ot tram lrom ugdonsuurgh and Montreal. On
Mondaj'H at G.25 instead of 1.15.
Bristol Train loaves Bristol for Concord at 8
a.m., and Franklin at 0.12 a. m.
Mail Train leaves Whito ltiver Junction lor
Concord at 12.15 p. in., or on arrival of trains
over tlio Vermont Central, Pabsunipsie, and
nito Aiouuiaius iiauroaus.
Day Express Train leaves Whito River Junc
tion at -1.5S p. in., or on arrival of trains from
Montreal aiidOgdensburgli, Brattleboro', Keono,
Bellows Falls, Windsor, Ae., connecting at Con
cord witli train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell
and Boston.
Theso trains connect at Concord with trains
for Manchester, Lawrence, Portsmouth, Port
land, Niiblma, Worcester, Now York, Lowell, am'
Boston. ONSLOW STEARNS, Agent.
Concord. N. II., Nov. 10, 18(51. 1-tf.
" It "Works Like a Charm."
Have you Headache? Uso Ronno's Slagio Oil
Havo you Toothacho ? Uso Ronno's Magio Oil
Havo you Neuralgia ? Uso Renno's Magio Oil
Havo you Rheumatism V Uso Renno's Magio Oil
Have you Soro Throat Y Uso Renno's Magio Oil
Havo you Sciatica? Uso Renno's Magio Oil
Havo you n Bruise ? Uso Rcniic's Magio Oil
Havo you Cramps? Uso Renno's Magic Oil
Havo you Choi. Morbus? Uso Renno's Magic Oil
Havo you Lameness? Uso Renno's Magic Oil
Thin is tlio best family remedy, to cure all
kinds of pain, you over tried.
It is clcaiij safe and delicious to uso, and if
you uso it faithfully, it will do you good.
Directions on each bottlo. Buy it of tho Drug
gist or Merchant whore you trado. If thoy havo
not got it on hand they will sond for it, at your
request, and soli you tlio genuine Renno's Pain
Killing Slagio Oil, at tho manufacturer's lowest
prico at retail.
WM. REENE, Solo Proprietor and Manufac
turer, Pittsllold, Mass.
Sold in St. Albans by all Druggists, Weeks A
Reynolds, Grocers. In Hwanton Falls by D. T.
Morrill. HO-ly-cow

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