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Vermont Daily Transcript,
l'UHMBIini) EACH EVENING.
OJIiee in llnrnen' Pinch; hake SI., SI. Allmun, 17.
WILUUll P. DAVIS, PitoWii.
Viliiuk P. Davis, i
A. Barnes, Mitora.
l' r year, in advance,
Six months, in advanco
Three months, in advance,
Oin month, in advanco
yit rttsonieiits should bn handed in as earlv
in ii morning oi tin- day of their intended pub
ficn. Grant on His Mitsvh:
While at West Point, Grant was "run
I V tne older oliW
nu" by t Jio older
older scholars, necordinir to
of Mini, tnui ii . .. .v b
.i , - . " i , . 'V''"11""' tic on-
mi u.i a koou cioui wltliout resentment
until, one tiny, being on mock , 2
1... .1 i" 7?. "'"--'v Piiraiie,
... .M.n1Sm ,j,iuyiiio captain of the
X'lhl b "teWKMl fnnn the
.lacuot, iind clial-
longedthocaptiiin to fight
the storv iih iVill.m .
,i r..." 111 ""B WWB of Omnt.
V,'"' '," 'limner. n0 had been
Houiit Iv whliyietl before Iiia pride w mh
Tile VOUlUr 'idmiio.!., i . . i .. .
n. i "...t , ,'"t""ii inn hi an lit
,.v-.' . i,L " :",VX,"K, excltwiiont
,r ' w i : 'V11-'1..10 ? lieuten-
u ' -"" --y uiamiiy to him
, iieiuenant, your turn Per
mp.s you would like to 'try to revenge
me ciiptain. Tsdiall be hai
The lieutenant, who had takei
tivepartin tho insolent joke u
von iiu ae-
. uuiiu i-atier. em
!i,. i. . r hi noiior refuse.
Jo have shown n i...i.-..vi .!!,..: V. Cl
To have shown
-..i.i i :. , nsuieuon
i r" :?..vy ""n to (he ondle.s.s
"iiwCrt ; VV"ia(lcs- Orant miido
. ..v,.. ..wnv ui nun, aim gave him a verv
thorough thrashing. m.i.
ir.. n... hi.
"V' "I'lMirentJy as much
-"iwuiuiisn no. nait been atteiidinir
to OrdilllirV fltlfirtu Y , j '""'"If,
-v nuuuu io ims emu-
paiiions in line and said :
'Who comes next V I want neaee
hut 1 am w llin,.. ii.i.tn ' 1 iniicc,
one, if Unit is nccessarv to
His comrades now greelcd him
three enthusiastic eluT,. hm, '
i Ulil1 ""t' tiosscssimr
w'T'li ,,-Uck shouhI 1,0 Jongor'iio sub
ject to their annovance. ti .. .."
eo m iivn ,"1)1 hole
"' ".mvuii inenic cname
l "Company Grant." This na i o
retiiini'il imi i , , ,'
ii-uiuii'd uniii on
wlnit 4 ii,..,3v.i
Tin: Annual Cost ok a Nation's
IjIquoh. Tho Now York Examiner has
conijiiled a curious table, comparing the
cost of liquor sold by retail in this coun
try during one year. Air. Wells, in his
report for tho fiscal year ending June
;10, ISO", shows that the cost of liquor to
the consumers, that is the value of tho
retail liquor trade, "as deduced from tho
receipts of internal revenue," reaches
the sum of SI, 183,401, SOo, that is, forty
three dollars for every man, woman and
child in the country. It is more than
one-eighth of the entire annual sales of
tho merchandise of the country, more
than the entire product of the precious
metals from all that region west of the
llocky Mountains for twenty years,
which is estimated by. I. Hosh Browne
ii CI ir,-, i win mm if ;,. .....
IV V4,juu,uu,,uin,, I u ja liwilll lull lllliun
the value of all the church property of
tno united states, given in i8ou by the
census as $171,:S0S,5;!2. It is more than
one-halt tho national debt.
Bfer' Father, I think you told a lib in
the pulpit to-day, said a little son of a
'Why, what do you mean ?'
'You said, 'One word more and I have
uone. Tiien you wont on and said
great many more words. Tho people
expected' you'd leave oil", 'cause you'd
promised them. But you didn't and
kept on preachinga long while afterthe
time was up.'
-- 4 -
jR-is" A western paper cruelly says
"Our member in Congress lias made
speeches one of his best was writ
ten for him by a graduate of this ollice,
and the matter and delivery do credit
to botli parties.'
Kaff'A Detroit man thouuht he did
shrewd thing when he put his property
in his wive's name. But he is of n dil-
ferent opinion since his wife died, leav
ing a will which makes him penniless
unless he marries ins servant girl.
JGSarThe little son of a Pittslield cler
trvman. sceinir his mother making bis
cult on Sunday for supper, asked her if
it wasn't wicked to work? Being an
Bwercd in tho afllrmatlve the three year
old rejoined, 'Oo'll catch it when 'oo get
JGSyA rather unusual incident occur
red in tho New York Superior Court on
Yc(tnesuuy. A juror was drawn in
caso that took nearly tho whole day
try, and when tho jurors hnd retired for
deliberation, eloven of the number
learned that their twelfth comrade could
not understand a word of English. He
answered " Yaw," however, in giving
EfejyA gentleman having engaged
bricklayer to mako some repairs in his
cellar, ordered tno alo to no removed ne
lore tno uriCKiaycr commonceu nis worii
'Oh. I'm not afraid of a barrel of alo
said tho bricklayer. 'I presume not,
said tho gentleman, 'but 1 think i bar
rel of alo would run at your approach.'
B- Have you seen Prangs Chromo ?
"Old Oaken Bucket," "Falconer and
WYMAN & HUNTINGTON,
Ackiiowledcini: tho kindness mid lllw.rnl
1'0nnG of Hi" public in tlio past twenty years, I,
Now ramo the promise, (and let tho past bo tho
assurance) that this corner of tlio eootl littlf
state of Vermont,
;Vml H0,,l,u Pmtjon r tho 1'. Q., shall bo well and
P'V'"'.' supplied Rt tlio lowest possiblo rates
Willi all tbu irrnrtoM of Ann'iicm. KniA- i.',.i;i.
In GOLD and HIliVKl! Canes.
E W E L R I'
Latest patterns and all yrades
"in ivu aim
Masonic- and Mechanics' Pins,
Solid Silver Ware.
warranted lino as coin.
KLEGTUO plated goods,
From all tho best factoncH. sneh as
ii I n, iiiiini.iiii it III l ,l 1 1 if l ,J i:mu 't 4,4...
vu Z i ; "mmy ''"""K of iirst quality
ii. 23 Jtf CJ IT
This is thf-only place in the county where
mi ki-i, iiiu'i'i lroin inn innitir.i.ii.if....
C1,U1C Will. KogCl'S & Soil's
Spoo.is, Fin ks, Knives, Ladles Ac. Don't be do
ceiyi'il iw' ,in' " ,1'1 '----';4 - . ---
A grout variety i locks, Table and Pocket
Tn nbiiiiilniwi'. l'.vi'i'vbiidv wants a A'ili' then
let overvbodv call and iret one. A lanro assort-
nii'iit ot uoid. Sliver and steel snectacies aim
DAGS, GAMES .tl
llillo and Pistol Cartridges, Itevolvers, ltoberts'
Needles (warranted.) Yatches, Clocks, and
Jewelrv reii.iired m tlio best nossiblo manner.
All work warranted satisfactory or pay refunded.
Jingraviiik' neatly executed, ana at reasonaniy
At tho old stand, Drainerd s llmldinL', corner
Main and liank streets.
St. Albans, Feb. 10th, 1808. 20:l-tt
Sold by Druggists Everywhere!
In St. Albans bv LEONARD. DIUINEltD tc.
CO. Ac. HENltY A- CO.. Waterlmry. Yt Solo
February 7th, 1808. 202-3ni,
FOR NEW SPICING SUITS OF ALL KINDS,
call at WM. N. SMITH A COS.
Oil SPUING STYLES OF HATS AND CAPS,
WM N. SMITH A CO.
CO'S for Gray's
VT Patent Moulded Collar
IMI. S.S. CLAltK has removed to South Main
XJ Street. Otuco at his reside
St. Albans, Yt., May. 2, 18CC
CtLOTHING, Clothing for Spring at
) WM. N. SMITH A
T701t SPUING STYLE OF SOFT HATS, go to
JL' WM. IS. SMITH A CO S
SACK Coats, in ovcry stylo at
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
1,000 MEN AND WOMEN TO
ait as i-ANVAssuns roit a si:uir.s or
IDEAL AMElilCAX lllt'ES,
Engraved on stono in Paris by tho most emi
nont Lithographors in tho world. For particu
iars ami ileseripuvo circular, aiKiress
L. D. ltODINSON,
209-0w 10 Main St., Springfield, Mass.
ST. AI.BA.Ts-S, VT, FRIDAY, MAY
Tho attention of tlio public is called to a .-rent
discovery in Dentistry.
TU13 GREATEST ADVANCE STEP EVER
, MADE IN THE AUT.
Ihomaiii dinicully in wearing uHillcial teeth is,
they do net hold in their place llnnlv enough
nml add to this tlio annoyance of food getting
nuclei- tho i Into while oatlnjj. I have disoovor
.(1 a met nod of ko constructing tho pinto on
which the tooth aro set lliat thov will not start
or drop while eating m. speaking, neither will
any particles of food got under the plate, no
mailer what tho condition of tho month is
which is not tnio of nny ini'thod hithrrtousod.
1 have secured Letters Patent for the United
States, England and rraiu-c.
The improvement in mil in I :..
tlin construction, whiohs.'oemoa theatmosiilioiio
l-8iiro 011 tho vntiix iiltuo.
1 have Hold tho exclusive of Maid improvement
to Dr. L. Oilman, to wit, tho Counties or Frank-1
lin, ttashinglun, Chittenden, Lamoille audi
Grand Isle. Ihoso wishing to avail themselves
"wen improvement, win call on
November, 11, 1867.
The American Cooklnc Sf nv hi
j-, v1. , w fl
A l(,l,ll,!V1-'olIVlIK(l loIm of Circuit Court of
rv th" UV1,V'1 Stntes, for tho Ism-them District
iT ,,'-'k,11,11 tho HW("'1 circuit held at tho
City Hull, in the citv ,,r n... n,.. oon. .i
J anuai-v, in tho year of our Utni 1 SiW
Tho Hon. Nathan K. Halt,, ,mlnc.
J.vron H. Sinuii A- Josi!i
VS. 't 7..
Gi:o. 1!. Di-li.a Jons- at. ii,M.KWII1... I
It is further oiili'i-i.il liini.r...i i .i i
iinit a icr oeiuai in iniet nn m n.:
Kllit atrailist tho defeiwIniiM ,,..l,..,f.. ii.....'.
from further iiifi-iii-'i'iniMiiu .,( u,m i ,i....i v..
51, !()(.. Dated Dec. 5th, ISO.-,, for improvements
m cookiiiK stoves, pui-htiaiit to and in aecord
anco with tho prayer of the Dill ot Complaint
Olh'neil .. A. lioyci:, VltTh
The above was iiwlilufi.,1 (-.,. l,.c.; ...
tho Patent securing tho manner of ifttin-' tho
ash nan m tho hearth of tin. Am,.,-; n,.i.......
Stove, and for tho combination of' the bailed
asll Dail. o lime iviinnl...lli ,i; i ii...
jiublio against sellm;,' or using stoves with tin-be
improvemets not mannfaetu ivd by us. All nel
sons now selliii'' or usinir stnvi.M will, u,.,t1,-...
i".,,"-"! J" ioioii oi tne above injunction
without license lrom us. will he Halo to lino am'
nnjnisonmcnt. SHE Alt, 1'ACKAltD A- CO
i.. ... ..i .,..! . '"-i- iiii-
-Uj"Jln- Albany, N. Y.
FOR SALE BY I), ill. WALKEU.
New Goods, New Goods,
At the New Hook, Stationery- and Vni-iniv i,'
p noma hap us,
Picturo Frames, Threads, Needles, a largo va
riety if Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions, A-.:., d-c.
Also, all styles of
Largo and small. Tlii'bu additions to the stock
previously on hand enables tho subscriber to
oiler for salo as largo a variety of goods .as can
lio round elsewliero m i'l-aniiini uouniy. J.nc
entire stock is new, lias been bought cheap for
cash, many articles at a largo discount from for
mer prices, and will be sold at a small advance.
Thankful for the liberal patronage' bestowed
thus far, a continuation is desired.
"02-tf C II. 1SAKEH.
GENTS WANTED FOlt
JUJX OF OUJi DAY!
Or tlio Lives and Deeds of Generals, Statesmen,
Orators and Political Loaders now on tho Stage
of Action, including Grant. Sherman, Colfax,
Sumner, Stanton, Sheridan, Yates, Cm-tin, Trum
bull, ronton, jjticKingiiam, mison, uieuun,
Wade, Morton, Philips, Farragut, Clinso, Logan,
Stevens, llecchcr, Howard, Doutwell, Dix, Ham
lin, Fesscnden, Howard, and others, with over
forty lilo-lilio l'ortraits ot living .uen. oui ou-
bv Agents. Great inducements, send lor
circulars. ZEIGLEIt, McCUltDY .V CO.,
210-lhv Gil Arch St., .Philadelphia, l'a.
FOR ONE DOLLAR !
"TTTE SELL DltESS PATTERNS, PANT Pat
VV terns, Wobs, Cotton Cloth, Shawls, Car
petings, Sheetings, Dry and Fancy Goods, .Sc.,
.Vc. t'ii-i-uliii-s .Si-til Kiti'i giving full particu
lars: or Twelve vni'iiM sent lor Ulio uoliar,
describing twelve dilTerent artieleswhichwowill
sell for One Dulliii' Kiivli.
Kh- Ladies and iientlenieii wanted as Agents,
to whom the most liberal inducements are oner
nil, and satisfaction guaranteed in. all cases.
C'HAS. LETTS A CO.,
Mint iiftietitrers' Agent,
01 A ii FKDEltAI. STHKKT,
208-ly lloston, Mass.
J. E. CAME, & CO.
With Phelan A CoHcnder's Now Imnrovcd Com
biuation Cushioiifl. natented Nov. 2(i, 1807. Old
Tables rc-cusliioncd with tho abovo Now Com
bination Cushions for $16 nor set. Theso New
cusntons navo proven, uy actual use, to excoi
all other styles over made. Tables of all btyles
and iiuish constantly on hand. Also, Pliolau A
Collender's Combined Dining and Hilliard lit
i.i... t i.l -ii-mi.i i. r'n
210-Um 111 Sudbury St., lloston
0 THE WOltKING CLASS.Farmcrs, Mo
chanics. Ladies, and overvbodv. 1 am now
urciiared to furnish you with constant employ
ment at vour hoinea tho whole of your tiiuo. or
in your sparo lnoments. llusincbs new, light
and prolitablo. 1-itty cents to io per evening ia
easily earned by persons of either sex, and tho
boys and girls earn nearly as much as men.
Great inducements nro otl'ered tlioso who will de
voto their whole timo to tho business, and, that
every person who sees this notico may send me
their address and test tho business for them
selves, I mako tho followinp; unparalleled offer:
To all who aro not well satislled with tho busi
ness, I will send $1 to pay for tho trouble of
writing mo. Full particulars, directions, Ac.
sent frco. A sample will bo sent by mail to all
who send 10 cents. Address E, 0. ALLEN,
2lMm AugiiHta, Maine,
H. A. CUTLER, - - PROPRIETOR
All Printing brought to this Ollice, both Plain
and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten
tion, at prices as low as the times will admit.
Wo do our work much better than can any
Ollico that will do a job of printing for nothing
tor tho sako of depriving us of it, and wo aro
ready to compare our work with r.nv similar
class of printing dono in the cities, both in neat
ness and price.
Hand your orders into the Transcript Hook
and Job Printing Establishment if you take any
pridq in having your printing done in a woik
TMl'OltTANT TO STOCK GltOWElU
' '1 'O CI 1 .
Those who desire to raise first-class Hon'k.Vnti
nil lovers of irood horses, are respectfully in
formed that tho Hamblctoniau trotting stallion,
i ill stand for a limited number of mares the 1A1
suing season, at tne iiomesiean mock rami,
Greenwich, Washington County, N. Y.; season
to commence on tlio Jut oi ;uay aim lo enn on ino
1st day of Soptember. Young Dexter was bred
nt Chester. Orange County, IS. ., is lour years
old, by ltysdyk's Hauibletonian, stands nearly
lli nanus ingn, anil is ono oi mo oesi oi uiu gei
of his celebrated sire. Young Dexter is a half
brother to Dexter, George Wilkes, Driino, Ilru
netto allied to Mountain Hoy and other well
known horses. Very evidently, from his size,
shape, etc., Young Dexter will not only bring
gcntlo, lino and speedy stock, but also handsome
carriage and family horses as well. It is mani
festly for tho beneiit of stock growers that thoy
obtain not only the bofil and mont popular blood
in tho country", but also that which commands
tho highest prices v marKct, and it requires no
more labor or care to raise a good coll than an
inferior one. It was with tlio view to improve
tho stock of horses in Northern New York, Ver
mont and New HaniDshire. etc.. that Young
Doxter was purchased by its present owner, Mr.
H.C.Page, Ediior of Die People's Journal tho
object being to beneiit farmors and stock growers
wlio aro wining te uiuiergo lite caro anil expense
necessarv lo tlio raising ot good nurses.
For further particulars, terms, etc., address
Homestead Stock Farm, Greenwich, Washington
County, is. Y. n. u. STJiAi iuis,
xriIEP.EAS. tho St. Albans Dank, a corpora
W tion, dulv incorporated by tho Legislature
of the Stato of Vermont, located and doing busi
ness at St. Albans, in tho county of Franklin,
has inado application to me, requesting mo to
issue a piociaiuaiiou ucsigiiaiiug wuuu imj
for tho termination ot tho existence ot said cor
poration: Ann wnereas.it nas neon luunu uiapiio.ir louiu
that two-thirds of tho leiral votes ot tlio stocii.
holders of said corporation were given in favor
of said application.
Now, therefore, I, Paul Dillingham, Governor
f 11,,. Ulnl., .,1' I"..,-, I i,, ..,,,,r..V',,it,- M'ill, uiill
Ul I11U IJIIVI.U Ul 1 W.11,1,111, ,11 ".. .......
application, unit tlio provisions oi section eign
ty-six and eighty-soven of chapter eighty-nine of
the. General Statutes of Vermont, do hereby is-
suo my proclamation, and declare that on tho
twenty-tilth day of March, A. D. 18US, tho said
corporation bhall ceaso to exist as fully and
witli tho saiiw effect as if said chartw expired by
tho limitation thereof.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto bigned
mv name and caused tho seal of tho Stato
h. s. to be hereunto ullixed, in Executive Cham
bpvs :ii Wiiieibiii'V. tins -:li-d dav of SoJ
teniber, A. D. 1807, and of tho independence of
tlio United states tlio wist.
Ity tho Governor,
Wji. P. Du.mxuiiam,
See'y of Chil and .Military AalVairs.
"1 1 Y recent cnactnu iity of CoiiL'rcss. all Sol
Jj diers who havo served threo years and havo
received but flUU bounty lrom tne united states
or who, having enlisted for three years, werodis
charged in couscquenco of wounds, and tho wid
ow. children, or parents of any soldier who en
listed for three years, under a proniiso of only
f 100 bounty, and who Hied in tliosorvice, aro on
titled to an additional bounty of ONE HUN
DltED DOLLARS 1
All invalid ponsiouors who have lost a hand or
foot, or havo incurred disability equivalent to
tholobs of hand or foot, aro entitled to a large
uicreaso ot pension.
All pensioned widows of soldiora or sailors aro
entitled to an increased pension of two dollars
per month for each child under sixteen years of
Claims of tho abovo nature, and for arrears of
pay, oilicers' extra pay, lor norsca lost in tno u,
S. Borvico, commutation of rations of prisoncrt
ot war and pnzo monoy, win no promptly proso
miteil lv niiiilicntion liv loiter. enofoalliL' ills
chargotroiu servico, will bo attended to and tlio
noccssary paperH returned to plicant forsig
natures,. vo. E.A.SOWLES,
Ollieo over tho First National Hank,
St. Albans, Auk. 17th,18C(l,
20, 1 SOS.
J' L A N T A 7
This ia tho best
nrticlo yet put before
tho public for all
kinds of Sores and
Eruptions of t h o
Skin, as Salt lthotim
Old Sores, lirokeii
s e c i H , Vegetable
T.'.ill. ....I...1.1; yx..
ll.. 1, . ii 1 1 . III'IIUHIIIILT 1JI
I oland h repnlaTion as an nrisinator of valuable
riii minis, sea'dH. frost bitten mrls. ,.l,n.,.i
lips and hands, cracks in the feet,' (with wl ieh
old Peonlo me Ii',iiil,1,.,l . V,. . "
in. .. Vi ; .." 'M""1 'ne eve-
hds and in fact everything to wl.icli a salve' is
d ' ,l l:l',' 2V;V,"H' :retured un-
del the supervision of the originator.
J. W. POSASVB,
.vim nn- saie ny mi w liolesale and Retail Dniu.
Kisis, ami at country StorcH. Geo. ('. Goodwin
A Co., and Rust Urns., ,y liii d, Roston, General
G. S2. SOLANB,
li-opric or. Also, Agent for Medicines manu
actmed by Dr. J. W. Poland, viz: Cedar Plas
iei, iiarr ,ea juixio, Indian Pilo Remedy, Ca-
"u 1 vu. ISS-tveow.-
SEE ! ! SEE ! ! !
IOO full course
noon lor Hie. tln-fiiifTliniif. ilm "T.,i . i
. f mv 4iiiL-ijiiiiiwiiii
a.uniiii'MH i onego Association, ' to be issued at
Chamberliii's Business College
Lurhngton, M., before May 15, 1SGS.
These Schulaihii)s will be milil nt 11,,. I.,,.
in-ice, $50, and so issued as to secure lo thopuY
chascr nil the privileges and advantages of the
eholitrslnps heretofore issued, and to lie trans
i 'r.n i m 4(.,4,t.i it . .,
yi.ars alter the holder tin n-of shall havo been in
" ,."i,ii ,,ut. luiv lliue w lllllll tIM'i'i,
iii-iiii "ne ai mo college tor three months.
This plan will secure to
we & u :&r Ct men
1 tltorowjh Uittiiiirfis Kducatkm at their
:is the. person making the transfer is entitled to
...uiiiMui juice no may agroo uiion with
w ill 1)0 withdrawn on thosalo of 100 Scholarships
tlio limit of time not tn nvnoml n,n ni.,... .i ' '
I'ho Three- Afnuflis nlnn r'n,.Hi. .i,.,..:'...i' .
discontinued. 1 J -"-nu.a
K As this oiler will bn
llbrl made to elns-n flu, finln'.Vc 0 i.. : .i.V"" '"I
...uii.iiii.-ni ji ssioio nay. aiid a similar offer not
again made, tbo.so desi'-iii i, t,,,.,. ;i . i ...
bo jirompt. ' " " ",!UU
i oi unuier particulars call on or address
J. S. CIIAMBERLIN, Proprietor,
H,'H.V Durlington, Vt.
Bingliam & Lincoln,
A'eur (!u- Fii'Ilit Dipot, St. Allmns, Vt.,
IS now rcadv to grind corn meal, fine or coarse,
and all kinds of grain for feed. Thin Mill
was built by Holmes t lllanclin i-il, of Bos
ton, of tbo'bcbt French Diirr, is complete in eve
ry respect, and is capablo of grinding twenty
live bushels iiiir hour. Doing dependent on
neither wind or Hoods for power, wo can do all
work of tins kind without Hindrance to our cus
tomers. We shall be prepared to furnith com
in the kernel, or ground, and at all times fresh
mil as cheap as elsewliero. we are also reauy
lo receive onUrs for
?.!Ei)ik :hk3 itooiN.
I'll ! ii.; mr uv jy
Mouldings and House Finishings of every de
scription, of us good material and workmanship
is auv otnor soup in ino oiaie.
. JOB WORK,
Done lo order with Machinery which is new and
of the latest improvements. With theso facili
ties to givo perfect satisfaction, wo solicit a
share of public patronage"
lil4WIl.V.ll IV llllVWiJ.I
St. Albans, Feb. 27, 1BG7. 151-tf.
Its Effects are
It is an unfailing remedy 111 all eases of Neu
ralgia Facialis, often effecting a perfect cure 111
ess limn twentv-iour hours, lrom tlio use ot no
nioro than two or three pills. No other form ot
Neuralgia or Nervous Diseiiho has laded to yield
WOXDEUVUh JlKMKDAh AOKXT.
Even in tho severest cases of Chronic Neural
gia and general nervous derangements of many
voars standing affecting tho entire system,
lis use lor a lew days, or a tew weeks at tlio ut
uicst, always aiiorn.-i tno
MOST ASTONISHING UEUEF,
And verv rarely fails to produco a complete and
nei-mnnent euro. It contains no drugs or other
materials in tho slightest degreo injurious, oven
to tho most delicate sybteni, aim can always no
It lma long been in constant uso by may of our
most eminent Physicians, who givo it tuoir
unanimous and unuualilicd approval. Sent by
mail on receipt of price, and postage.
Ono package H 00 Postage 0 cents,
Six packages.... 5 00.... " 27 "
Twelve Fackir'B. . 9 00.... " 18 "
It ia 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 Tremoiit Street, Boston, Mass. I8U-O111
I unfilled that 1 am aL'ont to transact all bust
ness pertaining to pensions, bountiea and back
pay. Claims of tho above nature onu bo pro.
un,,l.,1 ntwl 11, nil. . ll.iw'fi HP! ,a 111 ll n 111 I'll . llV flllllvl
1 DUIllUll, Ul,', lt,v,t I..." ,, i.i.wwM .."..---, "I'lV
lug to WM. HIUDUES,
I St, Albans, May 10th, 1800.
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1 s3 y J ' y.
It 1 TTl'.' . im : 1 . '. . 1
CommonoinR Mny 25, 1808.
TIIAIXS 00I.VO SOUTH AND EAST
8;onT'nf Albal,H alG-''v.u.., 12.00 noon, and
v,,?,1.1 Train lcavcs 1!oo's Foiut at 4:10 a. m
reoeivrs passengers from Ofidcnsburnh 11 1 '
rind connects atVhito Itiver J S B i
I alls with trains for lloston. W'ZS
It1 rJf ft,"!?1 wl-h l,rn,i,H ' ri K
Wit Express leavc8 OKdcnsbursh at
., Monti-ea at 3:30 p. m., House's I'oin
liU P. in.
Point al fi.H.l
P. in., St
Johns at 5:00 n. in
arrivinir ni ltnoim.
. in., connecting at JJellow 1,'
Cheshire Road for HosYo and WcVr
with Vermont Valley Railroad f r SpHng
and arrivim.' in New-York nt. 19 nn ,V S
ai o.-iu a
connecting at Hollows Falls with
HIT ivill.r- in V.....V....1. -1 iS on . '""""l
" -'vi, 4,11,1 III. 44,OU p. 111.
HIAINS OOIKO NOllTH AND WIST.
Leave St. AIIi.iiih fnf "r,,,,t,.... i
i i. : .'luiuiiiai ai, u;m a. m..
and (. ,lj p. in. For Rouse's Point, Ogdensburirli
ami tno est at 0:05 and 11:00 11. Ill ntwl "T IK
pt I I .ill
iJay J.xpress leaves IliiHtnn vin t-,.ii om.
1,1 fl. 11,,..ll....l.... .14 ... U.IFU il,
.... .... 4Fiiii,Hiun, oi. Sloans, iMontrcal Ac
a"'ol3ol!,1tnMontrCal ftt 10:00 1'' ,U- sZ&ih
Mail Train leaves lloston vin. T.mrntl n n.n
a. ni., via Lawrence nml l.'ii,.l,i,.. , ft !,n .. ... u
iLMleld nt 7-1!, ,r r." ,,S.V.. .Lr." ""'""J
St. Albans ' -"'I'lmgum, anil
Tho trains leaving lloston via. Fitclib.u-g at
.JO a. m.. and Sin-iirllo1,l ,,t t.if: ...
at White River Jm.cRo w ,'ibn .S
train. J "-M'"a
Accommodation Train leaves Northtleld at
.15 a. m;,. for Hurhngton, Rutland, St. Albans
Rouso's Point. OirondnHlmriTi, ' emails,
Night Express leaves DcTlowa Falls at 10.00 p
.. reCClVlllL' H.IHKI.lltrni'u fmm V 4 if.,,11
P- connecting at White Itiver Juncti
sostoii at o::mj
train leavintr llotm, nt V, " , .iV" " 1
ton, Rouse's Point. Monl.V , , i V. . . fi"
coniiectin.' with stemnov., ,; in.:,T.i V,V..?.
Trains lor theWest. mini,
Sleeping ears are attached lo both tho nichl.
Express trains ruiinuig between St. Albans am
lloston, and St. Albans and Springileld
Tliroimli tii'ki iM iViv ci,'..,F,t, n... w....i ...
aalc at the principal station;? "u "lm 10
.,, ,,, ,r . MERRILL
St. Albans. Mnv 2;), 180s.
T UTI.AM3 AM) ISlJRlilVG'i'OK
On and after Dee. ')A 1RC7 i..: ni
., , inline inu riir
as lollow'H, viz:
3IOV1XO sniTTir ivn l.ioT
Leave liurlingtonlat 8:30 a. 111., l-:)5 p. m. 3:3ff
; lu ,Vn Arnvo llt Jt"'l'"l -it 11:25 a. in., 1:1C
p. m. 8:00 a. 111. 12.50 a. 111. '
Jjeavo Rutlnnil nt. l-nn F, 1,, 10. nn ... 1 ...... .
Hollows Falls at 7:10 anil 1' n. mZ fc 3-25 ,
IjCaVO IIC'llOWH 1 11 11 m nf 7 W ..ir..
1:30 am. Arrivo nt. lli-nlflnl,,,,',,' .,tu..-n'
3:20 11. m 1:27 .1. 111.
MOVIXO MIUTII AND WKST.
Leavo Hraltleboro' at 11:00 a. m.. j-ir. .mliki,,
m. Arrive at Dellown T'.'illo ., 10.nn - ... ' .'.!
5:10 nml 0:63 11. m.
m noavo UelIow ijnlla "t 12.35 p. m., 5:15 p. m.
1oVin:2ila':m.at 1Mlml Bt M0 "
plain and Vermont Central and Vermont and
Canada Railroads, for Montpelier, St. Albans,
Rouse's Point, JJontrcal, Ogdensburgh, and tho
West. At Rutland with trains for Troy, Albany
and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady,
and the West. At Bellows Falls with trains on
Cheshire Railroad for Fitchburgh, Worcester,
Lowell, and Boston. With Vt. Valley Railroad,
for Brattleboro', Springfield, Hartford, Now Ha
ven, and Now York and with Sullivan Railroad
for Windsor, White River Junction, Wells River,
St. ,10111181)1117, Newport, Littleton, and tho
Passengers for tho West will find this a cheap,
pleasant, and expeditious route.
I'OIl TICKETS, and all necessarv information.
enquire ifl the Offices on tlio lino.
1-11. uuu. a. iurauuijij. mini.
WI-NTJUK AitltAJN ttilimJiiJN JL 1BU4-0.
On and after Monday, Nov. 11, 1SG1, Passenger
Trains will run as follows :
Dav Express Train loaves Concord a 0.35 a.
111., for Wlnto Jiiver Junction, connecting witn
trains for Montpelier, Burlington, Rouso's Point.
Montreal, Ac, and with Ogdensburgh and Grand
Trunk Railroads, for the West.
Mail Tram leaves concord at "iu.iu a. 111., lor
White River Junction, connecting with train for
Wells Kivor, St. .ioiinsimry, liarton, iscwport,
Willoughby and Magog Lakes, Stanstead. Bath,
Littleton, and Lancaster; also, with trains for
Montpelier, Burlington, St. Albans, Rouso's Point,
Montrola, Ogdonsburgh, and tho Wost.
Bristol 'Irani leaves uoncorn at ii.ijo p. m., nn
l anklin and Bristol.
Evening Express Train leaves Concord at 8.1f
m.. for White River Junction, connecting with
trains for Montpelier, Burlington, St. Albans,
Rouso's Point, Montreal, Ogdenaburgh, and tlio
Or on arrival ot trams Inmi Boston, Worcester,
Portsmouth, Portland, Ac.
Moriiinir Express Train loaves Wliito Rivet
Junction for Concord at 1.15 11. m., or on arrival
of tram from Ogdensburgh and Montreal. On
Mondays at 0.25 instead of 1.15.
Bristol Tram leaves nristoi ior uoucoru ai a
a. m., and jrauKim atu.i a. in.
jlail Tram leaves SYlato River .1 unction tor
Concord at 12.15 p. 111,, or 011 arrival of trains
over tho Vermont central, rassumpsie, anil
White Mountains Railroads.
Day Express Train leaves Whito River Junc
tion at 1.58 p. 111., or on arrival of trains from
Montreal anil OgdeiiHburgh, Brattleboro', Kcono,
Bellows 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 Y'ork, Lowell, and
Boston. ONSLOW STEARNS, Agent.
Concord, N. II., Nov. 10, 1801. 1-tf.
" It "Works Like a Charm."
Havo you Headache V Uso Reimo'ri Magic Oil
Havo you Toothaeho ? Uso Renno'a Magio Oil
Have you Neuralgia? Uso Ronno'a Magic Oil
Havo you Rheumatism 1 Uso Roiiiio'h Magio Oil
Havo 'you Soro Throat ? Uso Ronno's Magic Oil
Havo you Sciatica? Use Renuo's Magio Oil
Havo you a Bruiso ? Uso Ronno's Magio Oil
Havo you Cramps ? Uso Renno'a Magio Oil
Havo you Choi. Morbus? Ubo Ronno's Magio Oil
Havo you Lameness? Uso Roiiiio'h Magio Oil
This is tho best family remedy, to euro all
kinds of pain, you over tried.
It is clean, aat'o and delicious to uso. and if
you uso it faithfully, it will do you good.
Directions on eacli bottle Bnyitof the Drug
gist or Mcrohant whero you trade. If thoy hao
not got it 011 hand thoy will aond for it, at your
request, and sell you tlio genuino Renuo's Pain
Killing Magio Oil, at tho manufacturer's lowost
price at retail.
WM. REENE, Solo Proprietor and Manufac
turer, Pittslield, Mass.
Sold in St. 4lbans by all Druggists, Wcoks A
Reynolds, Grocers. Iu Swanton Falls by D. T.
---j i'.ion niura Jiomreai at o: Ht A. m St
Johns at .10:00 a. n.., Offdensburph a U-J O a 'i
nVU,ff, ,,!ato"i via. Lowell at 10:00 n. in.