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ST. ALBANS, VT.9 Tl- ESDAYi J'UjST.E 2, tSGW.
Vermont Daily Transcript.
i'rni,isiti:n each r.vrcxixn.
fl'fi.. m Humes lllnrk, Lake St.. SI. Allium
WILillUK 1 DAVIS, Pitop'it.
Almont IJAHNKS, I
l'i r year, in ndvniico, $8,00
Six months, in advance -1,110
Three months, in advance, J. i
Our inonth. in advance , (
A1ti rtisemciitn nhovltd hi- hniwloti in ns early
an the morning 'f this lnv or their intended pub
.11 It Irish 11 'iff.
Mv Irish wife has clear blue oVes,
My heaven hy day, my stars hy nilit .
And twin-like tiuth" and' fondness lie
Within her swelling bosom white :
My li i-iiMife haw golden hair
A. Uo'h hnrp hnd once wuch stiingi
Apoilo's -elf might pause to hear
Hi i bird hl.e earol whin nlie sings.
Thon. DArey McGco.
, , li i Milan ( Mi.) llernhl. Mioj 'il.
I ) dim ft Man Shut and Insfaiiitit
Killed In, Aiiothrr at d lichra rsal.
It iH our painful 11, a a public jottr-iwtli-'
, to ri'cord ono of the nmsi shoi-k-lliK
.nid terrible tvajKilirs lhat lias over'
m'ciuml in tills county Hnw we bpgnn
the puhlieation of this paper. ,
On lint Ttuvtlay cveiiiiifi, in thu vi-J
cinitj of l'ennville, in tlie nortlieast'
part of tills county a number of young
hulks and frentleinen liail assembled at i
the neighborhood school house for the
purpose of rehearsing dramas, dialogue.'!, j
(leclaniatioiiii, &v.t occ. preparatory forj
an exhibition, soon to be given at that
pla'i . It seems (hat several liad al
ready readied tne senooi nouse, nixnii
o'cloVk in the evening, while otliera of
tlie M)ciety were still coining in. Air.
Cicorgc Butler, a young man living in
the neighborhood, Idok liisgun anJin
lield rille and started to the school
house, hi a father telling him before
starting not to take his gun (he had no
part in the exercises), lie went on, and
just before arriving at the school Iiourc
lie enme in company with a young lady
by two roads running into one. Upon
seeing tho young lady he playfully
rained ids gun and said, " Look out or
I'll rhoot you." Slle paid no attention
t-) i hn, and passed on to the school
house, lie followed up, and, when in a
short distance of t ho school house, he
rai ed his gun and pointed it at a group
of young folks Htunding in front of the
school house, to frighten them, and
then went up to where they were stand
ing, lie tli en pointed his gun at
evcrnl of those who wore stand
ing outside, all in fun, and then
passed on into lite school room, lie
went up to where tltis young lady,
whom lie had seen at the forks of the
toad, was .sitting hy the side of a young
man by the name of Kmart, and pointed
the gun at her again. Smart got up from
his seat and pushed hi-s gun to one side,
and remarked thai "such actions are not
very agreeable" then stepped hack to take
his scat by the side of the young lady,
.lust as lie was in the act of sitting down
young Butler swung the gun around,
and by some means it was discharged,
the hall entering just below the left nos- J
tril of Frank .Smart's face; and just a '
lie was falling he exclaimed, "Oh,
George!" and "Oh, !" calling the
young lady by name, and fell at her feet
and expired instantly. All was excite
ment and confusion in the room at tho
horrible tragedy that had just been en
acted. Young Butler threw It is gun
into a corner of tho schoolroom, and
walked to tho door and lied into the
woods. Up to the present writing
t Wednesday) he lias not been seen or
heard of since. It is generally believed
that the gun was accidentally discharg
ed, and that young Butles was not guilty
of shooting .Smart intentionally. Mr.
Frank Smart was an intelligent and
moral young man, and was highly es
teemed and respected by all who k'new
him. His untimely death has east a
deep gloom over the neighborhood in
which he lived, and many friends are
mourning for the beloved young man.
We learn tho above particulars from a
gentleman who came to town this mor
ning from that neighborhood.
A Rehkl Anecdote. In (ho work of
John listen Cooke, entitled ""Wearing
of tho Gray," the following anecdote
occurs, which may, perhaps, bo appre
ciated under the present circumstances:
In 1803 the enemy caught an old coun
tryman, near Madison Court House, and
informed him that lie must do one tiling
either take tho oath of allegiance to
tho United States government or pre
pare to be buried alive. Ho declined
taking the oath, when his captors de
liberately proceeded in his presence to
dig a grave, and when it was finished
they led him to it and said:
"Will you tako tho oath?"
"No !" responded tho prisoner.
"You had better!"
"If you don't take the oath you will
bo buried alive in tho next live min
utes!" The old fellow approached nearer,
looked with attention at tho pit yawn
ing before him, and then turning round,
with his hands in his pockets, cnlmlv
'Well, go on with your funeral !"
J36TA Now Jersey correspondent of
tho American Agriculturist known of
no plant raised as food for cattle that
gives as much net proilt as tho Jerusa
lem artichoke, and thinks that every
ono that has cattlo to feed ought to have
at least ono aero planted with them.
Tho tubers arc perfectly hardy, and may
bo left in the ground all winter without
injury ; in fact they are liko tho par
snip, being Improved in quality by be
ing frozen. Early in spring, when green
food is usually scarco, tho tubers may
be dug, and fed to cattle with a decided
WYMAN & HUNTINGTON,
Acknowledging thu kindness and liberal pat
ronage of tho puhlioin tho past twonty yours, I,
Now mieir tin- promise, (and li't the past ho tho
assurance) that thin corner of tho good little
' STATE OF VEHMOXT,
! And sonio pott ion of the 1'. (., shall ho well and
I hnncstlVfuippliod at tho lowest possible rates
with all the grades of American, Swiss .V English
! W il T S H E S ,
In CiOLU and SllAKlt Canon.
J E W E L E Y ,
Latest patterns and all grade.-.
Masonii! and Mechanics' Pins, Solid Silver Ware;
warranted line as coin. Heautiful
FJjEumO PLATED GOODS, i
I'roni all the best laelorief. such as
0 OH LETS,
Sj l tip Cup.-, Mustard and Child's Cups, Vases,
Collin Platen, linallv ei ervthing of fust cpialitv
S 2L S3 G U N C Y .
Thin is tlif only place in the county where you
cuti get, direct, from the manufacturers, thu
Genuine Win. Rogers & Son's
Kpoo.m, Folks, kimcs, kadles Ac. Don't be de
ceived and buv a 2d ipiality goods when its so
easy to get tin' Iwat and at almost the same prieij
A great variety l locks, Table and Pocket
In abundance. Even body wants a knife then
let everybody call and get one. A large assort
lie nt of Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles and
P.AtiS, GAMES ,tc.
Kille anil Pistol Cartridges, llevohers, ltobcrtn'
Needles (warrantid.) Watches, Clocks, and
.tewelry lepaired in tho best jiossible manner.
All work warranted satisfactory or pay refunded.
Engraving neatly executed, and at Ycasonablv
At the old stand, iJrainerd's Hiiilding, corner
Main and Hank streets.
CIIAP.LES WYMAN. -St.
Albans. Feb. tilth, 18(18. 20:1-11
Sold by !rugis( Evorvivlmro.
In St. Albans by LEONAltD, HltAlNEliD X
CO. Ac HENltV A CO.. Waterburv, Yt., Solo
February 7th, 18I.S. 202-:im.
I7OH NEW SPUING SUITS OF ALL KINDS,
" call at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
JOU SPUING STYLES OF HATS AND CAPS.
. call on WM X. SMITH A CO.
G1 O TO WM. X. SMITH A GO'S for Grav's
T Patent Moulded Collar.
"I "lt. 8.S. CLAltK lmn removed to Hmth Main
XJ Street. Otlico nt his reside
St. Albans, Yt., May. 2, 18GT SO-tf
CtLOTHING, Clothing for Spring at
J WM. X. SMITH A CP'S.
I7IOU SPitINO STYLE OF SOFT HATS, go to
' WM, X. SMITH A CO'S.
SACK Coats, in ovcrv ntylo at
WM. X. SMITH A CO'S.
1,000 MEN AND WOMEN TO
ACT AS CANVASSE1W roll A 8EIIIE3 or
NEW ENGRAVINGS !
IJJ 1L IL A MUM VA X 1 1 VliS,
Engraved on btono in Paris by tho most emi
nent Lithographers in tho world. For particu
lars mid desenptivo circular, address
L. D. ltOlJINROX,
2d9-(lw 4G Main St-, Sjiringneld, Mnss.
f UK.AT IMPItOVK.IIB.Vr IX OKVrt.
The attention of the pnhlle Ik culled to n Kivat
diM'overy in Dantirtry.
Till: (tltKATKS'f AIVANCK STHI' KYl'.lt
MADH IN Till: Al'.T.
The main ditliculty in wearing artitici.il teeth N,
thev do net hold in their place llrnily enough,,
unit add to thin the annoyance ol food pottniK"
under the plate whi'e eatilij. t have dincoier
od a method of no collstrneting the plate ou
which the teeth are not that they will not start
or drop while eating or speaking, neither will
any partielon of food get under the plate, no
matter what tho condition of the month i.
which in not tine of any method hitherto nned.
I have secured l.ettern Patent tor the United
States, Kiiftland and Trance.
The improvement U not in material, hut in
tho construction, whieh.eeiiies the atmospheric
pressure on the entire plate. ,
I have sold the exclusive of said improvement
to Dr. b. Oilman, to wit, the Counties of I'rank
lin, Wnshinu'ton, Chittenden, l.amoillo and
Grand Isle. Those wishing to avail themsVlvcs
of such improvement, will call on
Dr. L. CHILIAN,
ST. Alii SANS. . . .VmtMoNT.
N. T. TOI.SOM.
November, 11, 1WI7. ltll-tf
! The American Cooking Stove in
' 4 T an idjoitnied term of the Circuit Couit of
I SX. the I. nitod States, for the Northern District
of New York, in the seuond circuit hold at the
1 City Hall, in the city of Albany, the 2Sth day of
.lanuary. in the year of our I.oi'd IH'iS.
! Pitusii.vr :
Tlie lion. Natihn K. Iivm.. fii'lrjr.
J.U'oit II. Snr.M! A- .Tosni-ii Packaiui,
Oi:o. 1!. P.ri.i.A .John M. IhicKivr.i.t.. (
It is further olden d, adjudged and deiitcl,
that a perpetual injunction lie issued in thin
suit against the defendants, restraing them
from luither ilifriiigeinonts ot said Paten, No.
rl,l0(!, Daled Dei-, oth, li?(J5, lor impvoveuic iits
in cooking stoves, pui'Miant to and in accord
ance with the prayer of the of Complaint.
Signed A. A. llou i:, liu-k.
The alunu wan instituted lor i.ifiingemeiu of
tho Patent seeming the manner of litting tin
ash pan in thu hearth of the American Cooking
Stole, and lor the c'linhinutwM ol tin bail, .1
ash pan. We he repeatedly cautioned the
public against selling or using ntoi'e.-, with these
linproioinets no: in.iiiufiuuiod by us. id per
sons now selling or using stoves with these im
proicineiiln in violation of the above injunction,
without license from us, will be lialu to line and
imprisonment. SHEA!!, PACKAHD A CO.
20V,)m. Albany, X. Y.
VOll !SALE BY i. M. WALKED.
New Goods, New Goods,
At the New Hook, Stationery and Variety Store
G I T Q R EildeS,
set loot. .1 xn
.1 XI) ST A TlOXh'l! )',
I' KI T IHIL'S.
Pietuie Frames, Tlueads, Xecdles, a large
riety . f Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions. A.-..
Also, all stiles of
Large and small. These additions to the stock
prouously on hand enables the nub-criber to
offer for sale as largo a aricty of goods as can
be found elsewhere in Franklin County. The
entire stock is new, has been bought cheap for
cash, many articles at a large 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.
2H2-H C. H. P.AKEli.
GENTS WANTED FOIt
MJjy of ouit da v :
Or the Liven and Deeds of Generals, Statesmen,
Orators and Political Leaders now on thu Stage
of Action, including Grant, Sherinai , Colfax,
Sumner, Stanton, Sheiidan, Yaten; Curt in, Trum
bull, Feuton, Huckinghain, Wilson, Greeley,
Wade, Morton, Philips, Farragut, (,'haso, Logan,
Stevens, lleccher, Seward, lioutwell. Dix. Ham
lin, Fcssendcn, Howard, and otlwin, with over
forty life-liko Portraits of Living Men. Hold on
lv bv Agents. Great inducements. Send for
cheulars. .EIGLEI!, McCUltDY A CO., .
21t)-'.)H OH Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. j
roil ON2 BOXjIiAH ! J
TE .SELL DP.ESS PATTEltNS, PANT Pat- i
1 terns, Webs, Cotton Cloth, Shawls, Car-
petings, Shectiugn, Dry and Fancy Goods, Ac,
Ac. fiieuhns Uenl Kree, "'iiiug full narticu- !
larn: or Twclvn cinitin sent for One Dollar,
....... ... - ......... rw,i ,,,, vj.i. uiftJHl.
describing twelve ihilerent articli s which we will
sell for One IJiillur Kueli.
r.ir Ladies and gentlemen w anted a Agents,
to whom tho most liberal inducements aruoll'er
ed, anil satisfaction guarantied in all eabcs.
('HAS. LETTS A CO.,
01 it 0(1 PKDKUAIi STItKET,
20S-ly Hoston, Mass.
MA.TrA(TXIll:i nv !
J. E. CAME, & CO.
With Plielaii A Cullender's Xew Improved I on. !
biiiation CushioiiB, patented Nov. 20, 1807. Old
Tables ro-cushioiied with tho above Xew Com- ,
biiiation CushioiiH for ?75 per set. These Xew j
cushions liave jiroved, hy actual use, to excel
all other styles ever made. Tables of all styles
and iliiish constantly on hand. Also, Phcla'ii A
Collcnder'n Combined Dining and Hilliard Ta
blet J. E.'CA.ME A CO.,
210-3ui 111 Sudbury St., Hoston.
TO THE WOHKIXG CLASS.-Farmers, Me
chanics, Ladies, and everybody. I am now
prepared to furnish you with constant employ
ment at youi homes the wholo of jour time, or
in your spare momenta. Husiuess new, light
and profitable. Fifty cents to $5 per evening is
easily eiuncd by persons of cither box, and tho
boys and girls earn nearly as much as men.
Great inducements are offurcd those who will di-
voto their wholo timo to the business, and, lhat
every person who sees this notice may bend me , pay, olllceis' extra pav, for horses lost in tho U.
their address and test the business for them- a. servico, commutation of rations of prisoners
selves, 1 malio tho following unparalleled oiler: , of war and prize monoy, will bo promptly prose
I o all who aro not well satisfied with tho husi-1 cutcd by application W letter, onefosing dis
hubs, I will bend SI to pay for tho trouble of chargo from servico, will bo attended to atid the
writing mo. lull particulars, directions, Ac. ! necessary papers returned to plicant for sig.
bcntiroo. A sample will bo sent by mail to all j natures. Ac. E. A. HOWLES,
who send 10 cents. Vddross E. C. ALLEN, Oflloe over the First National Hank.
2U-lni Augusta, Maine. Kt. Albann, Aug. 17th,lHH0. 125-tf
ar q :o
ST. A LllAiXS.
H. A. CUTLER,--PROPRIETOR. u
All Printing brought to this Oflkc, both Plain
and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten
tion, at prices an low as tho titnea will admit.
Yv"o do our work much bettor than can any
Ollicc that will do a job of printing for nothing
for tho sake of dopriving ns of it, and v.o are
ready to compare our work with any similar
. class of printing done in the cities, both in neat
I nesH and price.
Hand your orders into the Transcript Hook
and Job Printing Establishment if you lake any
prido in having your printing done in a woik
"piPOHT.VXT TO STOCK GIlOWF.i:.-!.
Blood, Beauty, Speed, Kind
ness and Endurance.
Those who diuiio to raibc lh'st-class solek, and
all lovers of good horues, are Kspccl t'u'ly in
formed that tho Hamblctoniao trotting stallion,
. ill stand for a limited number of mares the en
I suing season, at the Homestead Si nek Farm,
j Greenwich, WaMii lgton County, N. V.: season
, to commence on tin. l.-t of May ami to end on tho
1st day of i-'eptcmber. i'oung Dexter was bred
at Chester, Orange County, X. ., is four years
! old, by llx.-'dyk's Ilamhletonian, stands nearly
: I! hands 'high, anil is one of tho best of the get
of bin celebrated Hire, lining Duxter is a half
brother toDcxtcr, George Wilkej, liruuo, liru
notte allied to Mountain Hoy and oilier well
known horses. Verv eiidentfv, from bin size,
shape, etc!,, Young Doxtcr will not only bring
gentle, line and npeedi stock, but also handsouiu
carriage and family horses as well. It is mani
festly for the benefit of stock growers that they
obtain not only the bust ai.rt most popular blood
in tlie country, but also that which commands
the highest prices i-i market, and it requires no
more labor or care to raise a good colt than an
inferior one. It wan with the view to improve
the stock ofhoracs in Northern Xew York, Ver
mont and New Hanmshilo, etc., that Young
Dexter wan purchased by its present owner, Mr.
II. C. PafjO, Editor of the J'coi!c'.i JuiirimltUu
object being to benilit fariueisaiid stock growers
who me willing to undergo tlie care and expense
necessary to the raising of good homes.
For fill ther particular!, terms, eic, address
Homestead Stock Farm, (in enwich, Washington
County, N. Y. E. G. ST1I VTTON,
VT"nEltEAK, the St. Albans Hank, a corpora
y turn, duly incorporatod by thu Legislature
of tlie Statu of Veimont. located and doing busi
ness at St Albans, in the county of Franklm,
has made application to me, reipieHtlug ine to
issue a proclamation designating some day
for the termination of the existence of said cor
poration; And win reas.it has hi en made to appear tivnie
illlll lt,,l'Lllllll7l IH lilL' lentil Hlll'l
that two-tliU'ils ot tlie legal votes or tlie stoci;-
1 holders of said corporation were given in lavor
i ofb.iid application.
v.,... ,i i- I 11.... i iMii:....l.n... !...
uieieiwie, x, x iuu xiiiioho.oo, vo, uxiioi
of the State of Vermont, in conformity with said
I application, and the provisions of section eigli
j tv-six and eighty-acien of chapter eighty-nine of
i the, General Statutes of Vermont, do hereby is
I sue my proclamation, and declare that on tho
( twcnty-lifth day of March, A. 1). 180-i, the said
! corporation shill cease to exist as fully and
witli the saniv' etrict as if suld chart .'r expired by
i the limitation thereof,
1 In witness whereof, 1 have hereunto feigned
my name and caused the seal of tho Stato
..s. to'be hereunto alllxed, in Exocutivo Chani
1 hers at Waterburv, this 23rd day of Se
tember, A. D. 1807, and of the independence of
! the United States the 01st.
Jly the Goi rnor,
Wll. P. DlI.I.INOlIAM,
Suc'y of Ciiil and Military Aufi'airs.
TJY recent enactments of Contrress, all
ID diers who have served three yoarnand havo
received but $100 bounty iroin the United States,
or who, having unlisted for threo years, were dis
charged in consequence of wounds, and tho wid
ow, children, or parents of any soldier who en
listed for three years, under a promise of only
$100 bounty, and who died in thesurvice, are en
titled to an additional bouutv of ONE HUN
DHED DOLLA11S 1
All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or
foot, or have incurred disability equivalent to
tho loss of hand or foot, are entitled to a large
increase of pension.
All petibioiicd widows ofnoldiirs or sailors aro
entitled to an increased pension of two dollars
per mouth for each child uuder sixteen years of
Claims of the above nature, .mil fur iii'rr.nrs of
"K'S SP "SEi "ST Stab IVi.nd's n piilaiioo a an o
ill JL i 3u JKM. m..ll.. It is He
V I, A A' TA IN
This is tho best
at tick yi t put before
the public for all
Kinds of Snren and
l'.ruptionn i) 1 t h e
Skin, an Salt lihctini7
Old Wore-, Jlroli
i V l.l ,,1
I ully upholding Dr.
rigmntor of valuable
Kor Imi'tw, nca'ds, fniKt bitten parts, chapped
Ill's and hands, cracks in the feet, (with which
old people are troubled,) btien upon tho eye
lids, and in fact even thing to which a salve in
applicable. Price. 25 cents. Manufactured un
der the supervision of the oi'ighuitoi'.
And for sale by all V.'holcale mid Heiail Drng
gintn, and at (Vuntry StoveH. (ten. C. (loodwm
A" Co., and l'.ust Pros.. A llinl, Huston, (leneral
Propilelor. Also, Agent for Medicines lunnil
factlircd by Dr. J. V. rolund, ?. Cedar Plas
ter, Diarrhoea Ulixie, Tndian Pile liemedy, Ca
thartic Pills. A-e. lHH-tvenw.-
tOO full cmu'iic
Good for lile, throughout Ihc "nlernational
llusinens Collego Association." to be issued at
Chambcrlin's Business College
llurliiurton. Yt.. hi fore May ISilH.
T)i Scholar.-!iiji will be sold al the regular
piiee. -"ill, and :-. e. tied a to secim to tlie pur
eh .-I : i a the privilege s and advantages of tlie
Mil "l.n. hips heretofoie i-i-ued, and to be trans
f le i i ;. second partv anv time within three
'. 'ift r tlie holder thereof shall have been in
all. I'i.me at the College fur thne lnonlhs.
Tins iil.ni will secure to
a eEr u m mszm
A thm'oimh Jln.iini'nt IMucnlinii ol lUvir mm
as tl peivon making the transfer is inlitled to
w hat eu r price he may agree upon with
Unpar alibied Opportunity
will be withdrawn on the sale of 100 Scholarships,
the limit of time not to exceed the abovo date.
The. Thnv Mentha plan recently advertised is
tfd As this offer will bo eagerly seized, and an
effort made to close the salo of Scholarship!! at
the earliest possible day, and a similar oiler not
again made, those desiring to secure it need to
l or further narticulars call on or address
.1. S. CILVSIHHHLIN, Proprietor,
103-ly Hurlington, Yt.
Bingham & Lincoln,
Jtmr fn- Fit iKlU leiot, St. Ali:i:in, VI.,
y.i now icady to grind corn meal, line orcoarhe,
JL "and all kinds of grain for feed. Thin Mill
was built by Holmes A IMuiicliaiil, of Hos
ton, of the best French Burr, in complete in eve
ry respect, and is capable of grinding twenty
live bu-hel, per hour. Heing dependent on
neither wind or lloods ior power, we can do all
work of this kind withiflit hiudranco to our eus
lunnTti. We shall be pivpaied to furnish corn
in tlie kernel, or ground, and at all times liesli
and an cheap as elsewhi re. We are also ready
to leceive orders for
Siisfc, Wihuk and Dooi,
.MouUliugs and House Finishiugn of oveiy de
seription, of as good material and workmanship
as an other hho in tiie State.
Done to order with Machinery which in now and
of the latest improieiiii nts. With these facili
ties to give perfect satisfaction, wo solicit a
sliaro of public patronage-
1HMH1A.M .V I.UNC01..N
St. Albans, Fib, 27, 1807.
It is an unfailing remedy in all eases of Xeu
ralgia Facialis, often effecting a perfect cure in
less thnn twenty -four bourn, from tho ue of no
inoro than two or three puis. Jo other lorm ot
Xeur.ilgia or Nervous Diccasu has failed to yield
WOXDKIHT, IlKMUDA I. -1 0 EXT.
Eeh in the teveriMt cases of Chronic Neural
gia and general nervous derangements- of nianv
years standing -aflecting tho entire nysteni,
us use lor a lew duyn, or a lew mocks at the nt
ne st, always affords thu
MOST ASTOXISlllXO IlEi.lEF,
And very rarely fails to produce a complete and
permanent cure. It contains no druirs or other
materials in the slightest degreo injurious, oven
to tlio most delicate system, and can always be
I'KliFECT S. I FETy.
It has Ion;; been in constant use by may of our
most eminent Physicians, who 'givo'it their
unanimous and unqualified approval. Sent by
mail on receipt of plico, and postage.
One package H 00 Postage (! cents,
Six packages 5 00 " 27 "
Twelve Paekir's. . 0 00.... " 18 "
It is sold by all wholesale and retail dealers in
drugs and im divines throughout tho United
Stutes, and bv TUHXElt A CO., Sole Propiietors,
laj to xieinont street, jsosion, aiasn, lBlMiin
rnilOSF. lXTEMKSTiqi) AUK IIKUKBY
JL notified that I am agent to transait all busi
uess pertahiii.g to pensionn, bounties ami back
pay, t iiuius oi uie anovo nature can uo prc-
somen, nun iiu'ir i.iiowuuces ooiaiucd, ov apnyi
ln tn vm mirrim.'i!
rt ' ,i . ... i.iii
bt. Albans, .May 10th, 1800,
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"TTKltJlONT CHXTIlAr. ANU SUI.1.IVAN
SUMMER ' ARRANGEMENT.
CommoiioiuR May 2C, 1808.
THAINM (I0INU KOl'Tlt AXE 11SST
Leave St. Albans at G.2')a. tn., 12.00 noon, and
S.00 i). in.
Mail Train ieaven llonsi5'n Po'nt at 4:10 a. in..
recelies passengers Tlroni Ogdensburgh 11. It.,
i""'1 l,,nnm8nt wnitoniver
.iiinction ami uci-
jmw i-'niiH with
l.-ni,,., f, . It,,., I..,. M'.,.. .,!.,..
s,,, !,,n,,t.i ii nio, i,i, inLu,,.i., d
u., aniv(,s at Xpw Yo,k at 10.15 ,,. m.
uily Kxpresa lea es Montreal at 8;:)0 a. in., St.
,t,8 ilt 10:00 a. m., Ogdensbiirgh at G-:10 a. m.,
ItousuV Point at 10:15 a. m.. for Huston. Ac. ar-
riving in Hoston, iia. Lowell at lOlilOp. tn.
Night Express leaves Ogdensburgh at LOO p.
in., Montreal at !!::0 p. m., House's Point at (i.U.V
1. in., St. Johns at 5:110 p. m., arriving at Hoston
at 8.10 a. in., connecting at Hullow.s Falls with
Cheshire ltoad for Hoston and Worcester and
w ith Yormonl Valley llailroad for Springlleld, Ac,
and ariivine; in XewY'ork at 12.30 p. in.
xn viNfi (ioiNo Nonnt anji wkst.
Leave St. Albans Tor Montreal at 0:10 a. in.,
and (I:!l5i). m. For House's Point, Ogdoiislmrgh
and tho West at 0:05 and 11:00 a. m., nnd 7.1."
Day Hxpres., teaiin Huston via. Lowell 8.0.) a,
m. for Huilington, St. Albans, 3Ioutrc.il, Ac.
arriving at Montreal at 10:0J p. in., Ogdensburgh
at fi:S0 a. m.
Mail Train leaves Hoston via Lowell, at 7:0()
a. in., via Lawrence and Fitchburg at 7.30 a.m.,
Springlleld at 7:15 a. in., for llurlingtou, anil
The trains leaving Hoston via. Fitchburg al
7:30 a. in., and Springfield at 7:15 a. m., connect
at While ltiver Junction with the Dav Expnns
Accommodation Train leaves Xorthtleld at
7:15 a. m., for Hurlington, Hutland, St. Albans,
House's Point, Ogendesburgh, Ac.
Xight Express leaves Hellows Falls at 10.00 p,
in., receiving passengers from Vermont Valley
llailroad, h aving Xew Y'mk at 12.15 p. in., anil
from Cheshire llailroad, leaving Hoston at 5:30
p. in., i ounecting at YVhito llivcr .1 unction with
train leaving Hoston at 5:00 p. m., for Hurling
ton, House's Point, Montreal and Ogdensburgh,
connecting with steamers andOrand Trunk
Trains for IhoWest.
Sleeping cars are attached to both tho nigh!
Express trainn running between St. Albans am
Hoston, and St. Albans and Springllold.
Through tii kets for Chicago and the West Co
sale at tlie principal stations.
U. .UHMKllili, Hllp.
St. Albans, Mav 23, PWH.
JLi VALLEY HAIL
On and alter
Dec. 2d, 1807, trains will
as follows, viz :
StDVINll K0UT1I AXI) HAST.
Leave liurliiigton":at 8:30 a. in.. 1:35 n. m. !1:S(!
!);15 p. m. Arrive at Hutland at 11:25 a. m., 1:1C
p. m. S:U0 a. in. 12.C0 a. m.
Jjcave liullanilat 1:00 a. m.. 12:0U m. ArriM'
Hellown Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 p. m., A 3:25 a.
Leave Hellows Falls at 7.50 a. in., 2:25 p.m.,
:30 a m. Arrive at Hrattleboio' at 8:50 a. m..
1:20 p. in., 1:27 a. m.
movixo :;outu and vi:.vr.
Leave Drattloboro' at 1 1:00 . in., 1:15-A 0:00 p.
in. Arrivo at Hollows faun at 12:00 a. m.. and
5:10 and 0:55 p. m.
Loavd Hellows Falfs at 12.35 n. m., 5: 15 p. m.
10.00 p. m. Arrivo al Hutland at 3:10 p. in.,
J:00 p. m. 12:35 a. m.
i.eave itutiamial (Mil) a. m., l.ao p. in.. :i.2li
p. m. 1:..0 a. in. Arrive at Hurlington at 0:1.) a.
m., 1:25 p.m., and 0.15 p. m. -1.15 a. m.
THA1NS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS :
nir At Hurliuston with Hoats on Lal:o Chani-
plain and Vermont Cintral and Vermont and
LaiiiKla Jlailroads, lor Hloiitpolier, St. Alnaus,
ltousc'.s Point, Montreal. Oifricunbiirgh, and tho
West. At Hutland with trains for Trov. Albanv
and Xew York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady,
and thu West. At Hellows Fulls with trains: on
Cheshire llailroad for Fitchlmrgh, Worcester,
Lowell, and Huston. With Vt. Valloy llailroad,
lor iiraltleliiii o , Springlield, Hartlord, New Ha
ven, and iNow 1 orU ?nil with Sullivan llailroad
for Windsor, White llivcr Junction, WVIIh Hiver,
St. Johnsbun, Xew port, Littleton, and the
Passengers for the West will liud this a cheap,
pleasant, and expeditious route.
run iiiKiiiM, anil an neocuKary liilorniatioii.
enipuie al tho Olhces on tho line.
l-tl. UI'.U. A. iMKKKU.li. SUpt.
WINTER AHHANGB1IBJS P-
On and after Monday, Xov. II, 1S0I. l'assoiik'er
'1'raiiis will run as followH :
Dav Lxpreus Traill leaves Concord a !).U3 a.
in., ior White Jtiver Junction, conducting with
trains for Montpolior, Hurlington, House's Point,
Montreal, Ac, and with Ogdensburgh and Grand
Trunk Itailroads, for the West.
Mail Tram leaves concord nt 10.15 a. in., for
White Hiver Junction, connecting with train for
Wells Hiver, St. Johusbury, Harton, Xewport,
Willoughby nnd Magog Lakes, Stanslead, Hath,
Littleton, and Lancaster; also, with trains for
Moutpclier, llurlinuton. St. Albans. House's Point.
Montrela, Ogdensburgh, and tho West.
Uribtol Tram leaves Uoncord at 3.30 p. in., tor
Franklin and Drislol.
Evening Express Train leaves Concord at 8.1.'
p. in., for White Hiver Junction, connecting with
trains for Mont)oliei,1 Hurlington, St. Albaiib,
House's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, and tho
'Or on arrival of trains from Hoslon.Worcesler,
Portsmouth, Portland. Ac.
MoruliiK Express Tram leaves White Hivei
Junction for Concord at 1.15 a. in., or on arrival
of train from Ogdensburgh and .Montreal. On
Mondays at 0.25 instead of 1.15.
Hristol Train leaves Hristol for Concord at 8
a. in., and Franklin at 0.12 a. in.
Mail Train leaves White Hiver Junction for
Concord at 12.15 p. in., or on arrival of trains
over the Vermont Central, Passumpsio, and
White Mountains' Itailroads.
Day Express Train leaves White llivcr Junc
tion at l.uU n. in., or on arrival of trains from
Montreal and Ogdensburgh, Drattloboro', Kcone,
Hellows Falls, Wipdsor, Ac., connecting at Con
cord with train for Manchester, Xasliua, Lowell
These trains connect at Concord with trains
for Manchester, Lawrence. Portsmouth, Port
land, Xashua, Worcester, New Y'ork, Lowell, anil
Hoston. ONSLOW KTEAHNS, Agont.
Concord, N. IL, Xov. 10, 18G1. 1-tf.
" It "Works Like a Charm."
Have you Hoadacho? Use ltonnc's Magic Oil
Have you Toothache ? Use Henno's Magio Oil
Have you Neuralgia V Uso Henno's Magic Oil
Have you ltlioumatisiii ? Uso lteiino's Magic Oil
Have you Sore Throat V Use Henno's Magic Oil
Have you Sciatica? Uso Henno's Magic Oil
Havo you a Hruibu V Uso Henno's Magio Oil
Have you Cramps V Use Henno's Magic Oil
Have you Choi. JlorbusV Uso Henno's Magio Oil
Have you Lameness 'I Uso ltonno's Magic Oil
Tliid is tho best family remedy, to euro nil
kinds of pain, you ever tried.
It id clean, safe and delicious to use, and if
you use it faithfully, it will do you good.
Directions on each hottlo. Huy it of tho Drug,
gist or Merchant where you trade. If thov havo
not got it on hand they will send for it, nl your
request, and bell you tho genuino Henne's Pain
Killing Magio Oil, at tho manufacturer's lowest
prieo nt retail.
WM. HEE.NE, Hole Proprietor and Maiiufac
turer, Pittslicld, Mnss.
Sold in St. Albans by all Druggists, Weeks A
Ileynolds, Grocers, In Swiuitou .Falls bv D. T,