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ST. ALBANS, YT, AAEDN"ES"nAY, JTJjSTE a 1SGS.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
lTliMSmci) KACII JJVHXI JfO.
(ijlin in Harm' Muck, Lithe St., St. Atbiniii,
YVILJ'UK P. DAVIS, l'HOP'lt.
WlMIUll I. 13 A VIST, 'Kfiilor
Al.MONT UAHN'KS, fJMItori'-
Per year, In nilvnnco, 58,00
Six months, in advance 1,00
Tin i o mouth, in advance 2.00
()!! month, in advance 71)
ilvi '(.-.( iih ills should bo handed in a early
n ti" morning of the (lay of their intended pub
I believe in Bjiuelaeles, and think the
invintor of thuiu deserveB the sinne
hearty encomium tlmt honest Siuielio
Panza bestows upon the man who in
"Who of all the millioiiH who use tpee-taele-'
ean (ell me the utory of S)ina'n
life? O ungrateful and ungenerous
mortals! Vou write (lie liiojiniphien
and eherish the memories of "the plot
ters and diyturberri of the world," but
know nothing of and eaiv nothiiift for,
the bci-t and truest benefactor of the
This Pisan monk this Alexander do
"piim must have been (1 maintain) a
loving and lovable person, and a favor
ite with all in theAbby, from the migh
ty abbott lo the humble l.orter. Al
ilioiij.h he devoutly kimI his "holy
thinir-" inch morn and eventide, he
evidently believed that the best way to
makt him-elf acceptable to the Lord
w i- to do sonic-thin"; to benefit his fel
loe nii'ii. Mothinks I behold him pain
l'll!,, a. id thoughtfully observin"; the
vain and frutilo attempts a venerable
'd nieitk is making to see the letters of
'I 15. ok.
there not, he wonders, something
i i. d'.- wonderful world which will
1 tip the impaired vision or brighten
the nlurred and misty page? At last,
t .i r years ol study ami prayer ami ex
j riment just as his own sight isgrow
fii dim and poor .Spina produces the
lirst i,iir of spectacles ever seen in this
spina's invention wax regarded as a
v ritable godsend. It was described
. ml commended in the pulpit. At his
Miii s St, Clare hung his head in
-ham-1, and from that day to this lias
had but few worshipers or believers.
l'he invention of spectacles removed
i tie of the greatest terrors of old age. 1 1
opt i i d many a sadly closed book, ami
si-t many an idle pen in motion. It put
medics into old willing hands, and
tin u with happiness into old hearts.
It hardly seems possible, and yel it is
undoubtedly tho fact, that nwuiU'iml had
to do without speetaclestill neartheend
oi the thirteenth century. How Paul
would have prized a pair of spectacles !
How did Methuselah get along with
out spectacles dining the Inst two or
three hundred years of his life'.' Jive
her.-elf, in her old age, must have felt
the want of spectacles. Do tjuiney
somewhere says that the ancients went
to bed early, because Ikcir mother earth
could not allbrd to give them candles.
1 dare say the ouug folks of antiquity
would have appreciated " long sixes."
But to tho elderly people whose sight
was poor they would have been a cruel
aggravation, ine old gentleman could
not have read his book, nor the old lady
have plied her needle, by tho candle's
"mild light." No candles! no novels!
no newspapers! no spectacles ! Ah, that
antique world of which poets fable so
finely limv have been a glorious world,
"lietter littv rears of Euroi.c than a evdc of
Spectacles were a new thing in Chau
cer's day, and J love to believe that the
old poet used them when writing the
Canterbury Tales. Shakespcaro could
have said with his own Benedick, "1
ean see yetwithout spectacles." But if
he had lived to a ripe old age, he would
probably have written new Jlamlets
and Macbeths by their help. Good old
Bishop Hall wore glasses, and wrote a
pious mcditatioli on them. Swift fool
ishly vowed never to use spectacles.
Bough old Johnson, though he did not
wearthem, mentioned the name of their
inventor with reverence as one ol tlie
greatest benefactors to society. Burke
rarely appeared in public without glasses.
In ("Jillruy's caricatures, you see this
mighty rhetorician with spectacles on
nose, and arms uplifted, hurling a thun
derbolt of eloquence at the members of
If Spina, or somebody else, had not
invented spectacles, Disraeli could not
have written "The Curiosities of Liter
ature." Wordsworth, in his later years,
was greatly beholden to glasses. When
Emerson saw him, in 1883, he was dis
figured with green goggles. "i'was
through a pair of green spectacles that
Thackeray looked upon life, and saw and
noted the sins and sorrows of "Vanity
Fair." Franklin's spectacles, as some
biographer or other has remarked, wore
the spectacles oi a pnuosopher. They
were not such spectacles as were sold by
the opticians of London and Paris, but
were made, expressly for him, according
ton theory of his own. In travelling,
he carried two pair of glasses; "one for
reading, tho other for surveying distant
objects." Franklin could havo written
eloquently and appreciatively of spec
tacles. They were tho best 'and most
trusted friends of his vigorous and beau
tiful old age. lfe evidently took prido
in 'thcm, and loved to appear in the
gay salons of Paris with "tho spectacles
of 'wisdom on his nose." Atlantic
calculated to cure tho victim of a mail
dog's bite should bo proclaimed all over
the land, for it is a most terrible precur
sor of death and wo hopo all the news
papers in tho country will repent the fol
lowing item : " Vouatt, tho well-known
veterinary surgeon, who lias been bitten
eight or ton times by rabid animals, snvs
that crystal of tho nitrate of silver nib
bed into tho wound will positively pre
vent hydrophobia in tho bitton person
1IIAIU.KS AW! AN,
1847 "wfflMi,T 1868
WYMAN & HUNTINGTON,
Acknowledging tho kindness and liberal pat
ronage of tho public in tho past twenty yoiirs, 1,
Now nunc the promise, (and lot the past bouho
assurance) that this corner of the good little
STATE OF VKUMONT,
And boiiio portion of tho 1. ., liult bo well and
luiuSstlV supplied nt tho lowest possible rats
wi'h all the grades of Ainerionn, Swiss A English
W A T 6 a E
In COI.I) mid S1LVEH Oases.
J E W E L li Y
Latest at lento and all grades
Masonic and Mechanics' Pins, Solid Silver Wine,
warranted lino as coin, Beautiful
ELKOTHQ PLATED GOODS,
From all the bent factories, such a
Syrup Cup.-., Mustard and Child's Cups, Vases,
OolVm Plates, llnallv even thing of llrat quality
& CJ SS Iff CJ IT .
Thin is the only place in tho county where
can get, diiect from the nianufaetuicr.s,
(Jennine Win. Rogers & Son's
spoo.is, Porks, Knives, Ladles iVe.
Don't be dc-
oasv to get the be! and at almost the same pnei i
A great variety Clocks, Table and Pocket
. .,ov . o,i ,
U T n Y ,
In abundance. Lcrvbody wants a knife then
let i eiybodv call and get one. A large assort
ment of Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles and
ISACiS, (iAMl'.S ,l-C.
Piille and Pistol Cartridges, llevolveis, liobcrts'
Needles (warranted.) Watches, Clocks, and
Jewelrv renaired in tho best possible manner.
All work warranted satisfactory or pay refunded.
Kngraving neatly executed, and at leasonably
At the old stand, llr.iinerd's Ilnilding, corner
Main and Dank streets.
St. Albans. Feb. Kith, 1ST.8. 'JtKl-tl
Sold by Druggists Everywhere.
In St. Albans bv LF.ONAltD, lUtAINBltl) .V
CO. &c. HKNJtV iV CO.. Waterlmry, Vt Sole
February 7th, 18C.S. 202-3m.
SP11INU SUITS OF ALL KINDS,
WM. N. SMITH A GO'S.
V call at
Oil SPUING STYLES OF HATS AND CAPS,
JJ call on
W M N. S31 I t'll .V CO.
Gl 0 TO WM. N. SJIJ'JH ,V CO'S for Gray's
T Patent Moulded Collar.
"1 'Xlt. S.S. CLAltIC has removed lo South Main
Street. Ollico at his reside
St. Albans, Yt May. 2, 18UC 8'J-tf
CtLOTHlNG, Cloihtng for Spring at
I WM. N. SMITH & CP'S.
0H SPliING STYLE OF SOFT HATS, go to
W.M. N. SMITH .t CO'S.
SACK Coats, in every stylo at
U'M.N. SMITHS CO'S.
1,000 MEN AND WOMEN TO
ACT Aft f'Aril'ASSlS VOJl HpiilKJ Ol"
XffXSW ENGRAVINGS I
IDEAL AMiiJiJVAX J A V ICS,
F.iii'ruvod on stono in Paris bv tho most euii
nent Litjiograiihcrs in the world. For particu
lars and discuiit.vo cucular, address
L. 1), ltODINSON,
209-Cw JC Main St., Snnngnold, Mans,
Mr WVBU 0X1 HI
G1 11KAT IMPllOVICMISVT IX DUVTT.
The attention of the public is called to a great
I discovery in liontlstry.
Till: OHKATEST ADVANCE STEP EYED
MADE IN THU Alt T.
The main dlflieult in wearing artificial teeth in,
I they do net hold in their place thinly enough.
ami add to this thu annoyance oj food getting
, under tho phito while eating. 1 have discovrr-
od a method of so eoiiatfucting thu plate on
I which the teeth aro set that tle y will not tart
i or (hop while eating or Mpeaking, neither will
1 any particles of food got under tho plate, no
matter what tho condition of the month ih,
which is uot true of nny method hitherto noed.
I havo secured Letters Patent lor the United
i States, England mid J'rnnee.
, . The itniirovonieul is not in material, but in
the eoiifl ruction, whichs.'ieuri s the atnioapheric
pressure on the entire plate.
Phavo nold the exclusive of said impiovoment
to Ir.,l.. Oilman, to wit. the Counties of Frank
lin, WaHhington, Chittenden, Lamoille and
Orand Isle. Those wishiug to avail themselvih
of such improvement, will call on
J)r. 1j. GTIIAjN,
ST. AMIANS Vehmont.
November, 11, lf.OT. lUl-tf
The American Cooking Stove in
AT an adjourned term of the Circuit Court of
the united States, for the Northern District
of New Yoil;. in the neeoiid circuit hold at tho
City Hall, in the city of Albany, thu 28th day of
January, in the year of our Lord 18(iS.
Tho Hon. Nathan K. Halt., Judge.
Jacoh H. Snr.AU iV .Tosnrii Packami,
Iii liiity !
(luo. J!. DiM.i.iV .Ioiin M. ItooKwr.i.i..
it is furtlur ordered, adjudged and decieed,
that a perpetual injunction be iwMicd in this
suit against the defendants, restrain;; tie in
from fui titer infringements of aid Patent, No.
r1.10T, Dated Dee. nth, 18115, lor improvements,
in cooking stove, pursuant to and in aeeoid
anue with the prayer of the Bill ol Coinpl.iint. ,
Signed A. A. Uowi:, civrk.
The above was instituted for infrhigemi nt of i
tho Patent secuiing tho manner of littiio, the
nsh pan in tho hearth of the America Cooking
Stow, and for tho combination of the !nii. l '
ash pan. We haw ropiali diy i;niti,n,. ! the
puhlie against selling or using toi with tin
improvi mets in'. maiiuf teliin d ' n-. All p. i-
sons now selling or using stoves with there ini- !
provemoiits in violation of the above injunction, j
without license from us, will be Hale to tine and '
imprisonment. SI1EA1!, PACKAllD .V CO.
itkV.lm. Albany, N. Y.
mi KALE BY Y, M. WALKEU.
New Goods, New Goods,
At the New Look, Stationery and. Variety Store
moxszT Tit Bs,es?
Ah I. laXDSOF
;..! A'Vi HOOKS,
! i a rxn: us,
Picture Prames, Threads, Needles, a largo va
riety i f l'ancy Ooods, Yankee Notions, Ac, ilc.
Also, all styles of
Largo and small. These additions to the stock
previously on hand enables the subscriber to
offer for s'alo as large a varietv of goods as can
be found elsewhero in Franklin County. The
entire stock is new, lias been bought cheap for
cash, many articles at a, large discount from for
mer prices, and will bo sold at a small advance.
Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed
thus far, a continuation is desired.
U)2.tf C II. HAKKlt.
GKNTS WANTED VOW
MUX OF OUJi DAY
Or tho Lives and Deeds of Generals, Statesmen,
Orators and Political Loaders now on the Stage
of Action, including Grant, Sheriiiar, Colfax,
Sumner, Stanton, Sheridan, ates, Cnrtin, Trum
bull, l'untou, linckingham, Wilbon, Greeley,
Wade, Mm ton, Philips, Farragut, Chase, Logan.
Stovens, lieeeher, Seward, lioutwell, Dis, Ham
lin, I'essenden, Howard, and others, with over
foi t life-like Portraits of Living Men. Sold on
Iv bv Agents. Great inducements. Send for
e'iiculars. ZEIGLKll, McCCltDY .V CO.,
ilu-'Jv, 011 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.
FOR OIII1 DOLLAR 5
7X SELL DKESS PATTEKNS. PANT Pat-
' i it. . ... it. ... nt. i . f,
lerus, eos, Louoii uioiu, nuawia, uai-
petings, Sheet nigs, Dry and l'ancy Goods, Ac.,
Ac. I'lrfiiliirn fii-iil Fui', giving lull particu
lars; or Twelve Clici Iih went lor One Dollar,
describing twelve different articles which wo will
sell for One Dollar Kiull,
i'.ir Ladies and gentlemen wanted as Agents,
to whom tlie most liberal inducements aro offer
ed, and satisfaction guaranteed In all easerf.
('HAS. LETTS A CO.,
H A (HI KISDKltAT, .STUKKT,
20S-ly Doston, Mass.
J. E. CAME, & CO.
Witli PJielan ,V C'olondn'n X..w Iiur.vou.d Cum
hinatiou CushloiiR, patented Nov. 2d, HW. Old
Tables re-cushioned with the above New Com
bination Cushions for 7o per sot. Theso Now
Cushions havo proved, by actual use. to oxcol
all other styles over made. Tables of all btyles
and finish coiibtantly on baud. Also, Pholan ts
c ,11..... i. f., ,i. .,.1 iiin;.,,..i 'n...
ioilt.-iil4Ui n inti'(ii,tt jyjiiinu ion, uiiiiuiii it
hies J. E. CAME .V CO.,
210ni 111 Sudbury St., lloston.
$ $ ?
rv0 THE WOHKINU CLASH.- Faiiuem, Me
X chanics, Ladies, mid ovorybody, I nui now
prepared to furnish you witli constant employ
ment at youi homes tlie whole of your time, or
in your spare moments. Uusinc&a new, light
and profitable. Filty cents to $Z per evening is
easily earned by persons of either sex, and the
hoys and girls earn nearly as much as men.
Great Inducements are offered those who w ill de
vofo their whnlo Uivij to tbo bosini.su, ami, that
ovory pel sou who sees this notice may auud mu
their nddress and tout the business for them
selves, 1 niaico lhe fallowing unparalleled oiinr:
To all who are not well salislled with iho busi -
ncfcs, I will send il to pav for the trouble of
sent frco. A sample will be bent by mail to nil
I who send 10 cents. Address E. 0, ALLEN,
914: lm Augusta, Maine.
illillK A IIU, IJWll.Ul O, Hi V -i IIU1IO, lV,
IS tif SB
H. A. CUTLER, --PROPRIETOR.
All Printing brought to tiiis Oflico, both Plain
and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten
tion, at prices as low as the times will admit.
Wo do our work much hotter than can any
Oflioo that will do a job of printing for nothing
for tho sake of depriving us of it, and we nro
ready to compare our wink with any similar
class of printing don- in the ellies. both in neat
noes and prke.
Hand your orders into the Transcript Dook
and Job Printing Establishment if you take any
lrirto in having your printing done in a work
MPOKT.VNT T ) STOCK GltOWEltS.
xJlood, Jbeatit, Taxi,.,-,, tvirirt
ness and Endurance. m"
Those who desire to raise lirst-elai-s sotck, and
all lovers of good horses, are r spectfudy in
formed that the Hambletoniau trotting stallion,
M ill stand for a limited number of mares the en
suing season, at the Homestead Stock Farm,
Greenwich, Washington County, X. . season
to commence on the 1st of May mid to end on the
1st dav ol'Soptembci. Voung Dexter was bred
at Chester, Orange County, N. is four years
old, bv ltvsdvk's Ilambletonian, stands nearly
1(1 hands 'high, nndis one of the best of the get
of his celebrated sire. Young Dexter is a half
brother to Dexter, George Wilkes, Bruno, liru
netto allied to Mountain Uoy and other well
known iiornu. eiy evidently, from his size,
shape, etc., Young Dexter will not only bring
gentle, lino and sp'edy stock, but alao handsome
carriage and family horses as well. U is mani
festlv for tho hencllt of stock growers that they
obtain not only the best and most popular blood
in the 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
mfeiior one. It was with the view to impro-.o
tho stock of homes in Northern New York, Ver
mont and New Hampshire, etc., that Young
Dexter was vmrehtthcd bv its nrescnt owner. Mr.
H. C. Page, Editor of the 7'eojiVs Juitvital tho
object being to hencllt farmers mid stock growers
who aro willing to undergo the care and expense
necessary to the raising of good horses.
For further p.uticulars, teiins, etc., address
Homestead Stock I'aini.Gii enwich, Washington
Comity, N. Y. E. G. STKATTON,
ItEAS. tlie St. Albans Dank, a corpora
tion. dulv uitornoraled y the Legislature
of the State of Vermont, located and doing busi
noss at St. Albans, in tho county of Franklin,
has made application to me, roiiuesting me to
issue a proclamation designating some day
tor t lie termination of the existence ol said cor
And wiiereas.it bus been made to appear tome
that two-thirds ol tlio leal votes ol tlie stoc'i
holders of said corporation were giu n in f.uor
of said njiplicatiou.
Now, tliLiul'oro, I, Paul Dilliiigluun, Uoveinor
of the Stato of Yermont, in conformity with said
application, and the provisions of section eigh-tv-uix
audoighty-feovoii of chajiter oiglity-nineof
the, General Statutes of Yoruiont, do hereby is
suo mv nroelnmation. and declare that on tlie
twenty-fifth day of March, A. D. 1808, the said
corporation bliall ceaso to exist as fully and
witli the sanu effect as if said cliartvr expired by
tlie limitation thereof.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto signed
my upmu and cuusid the seal of tlie State
i s. to bo hereunto allixed, in Executive Cham
bers at Wat orbury, this 23rd day of Soj
tcmber, A. D. 1807,' and of tho independence of
tho United States the Hist.
lly tho Uoveiifor,
W.M. P. DlLI.lNOUAM,
Sec'v of Civil and Military AalVairs.
recent cnnctinents of Congress, all Sol-
I ) dierb who havo served three years and havo
received but $100 bounty from tho United States,
or who, having oiiliskd for three yeurs, were dis-
ciiarged inconsequence or woiinaa4 aim to" wm
uw, t-liildiuu, or puiuiiU of un uoldiev who en
listed toy i hveo years, under a promise of only
$100 bounty, aim who djul in tlie sen ioe, are en
titled to mi additional Unpin of uN'E HUN
DHED DOLLAltS 1
All Invalid peuhiimorB 'ho ha','' lost a liaud or
foot, or havo iiicurrod diaahilily e.piivulont to
the loss of hand or foot, are entith d to a large
ineroaso of ponsion.
All pensioned widows of soldiers or sailors aro
entitled to an increased pension of two dollars
por month for each child under sixteen years of
Claims of the above nature, and for aii tnus of
i ny, oliiuets' ouru iiuy. for burros lost in tho
- S, sorvloo, commutation of rations of prisoners
1 or war nnd prize inoiiev, will be pionnulv proto
1 outcd by application liv letter, enclosing dis
ehargohoui bervico, will bo attended to nnd tin
necesbarv papers returned to plicnnt lor big-
......i.... l.. l un i r l.ti
tCHl Poland's i
HHUUUD, to. 1. U1I l.i.O,
I Oflleo over tho First Natlinal Bank,
I St. AUjans, Aug, 17tli,18GO, 125-tf
't'his is the host
ai tide yet put before
the public for all
kinds of Sores and
r.ruptions o f t h e
Skin, as Salt llheuin
Old Sores, Drokeu
IJi easts, Stings of In
see t s , Vegetable
Fully upholding Dr.
n originator of valuable
It IS the
For burns, nc.i'ds, frost bitten iiarts, clianped
lips and hands, cracks in the feet, (with which
old people ale troubled,) styes upon the eye
lids, and in fact everything to which a salve is
applicable. Price, 2j eentH. Manufactured un
der the supervision or the originator,
BR. Su W. PMLllfB,
And for sale by all Wholesale and Ib tail Drug
gists, and at Country Stores. Geo. C. Goodwill
ivCo., and ltii-4 Pros., ,V l!ird, Doston, General
Propiietor. Also, Agent for Medicines manu
factured by Dr. J. W. Poland, viz: Cedar Plas
ter, Diarrhcea Klixie, Indian Pile llemedv, Ca
thartic Pills. Ac. 188-lvoW.-
SEE ! ! SEE ! ! !
lOO t'aill course
Good for life, throughout the "International
ll isiness College Association,'' to be issued at
Chamberliii's Business College
linvliniJ'oi, Vt., hi fore May 1!5, 1K(N.
Tin se Si'liolarships will be sold at the regular
pin e, i,")0, and so isMtid as to seciile to the pur
i Ii. m r i.v tlu prii!egis and advantages of the
s, le-i.ii- liips lieretofore i-sued, and to be Irans-
.,1 ' aff
,i 'id, i i,t
os ) 1,,,
.i si cond party any time within threo
i toe lioliler tlu rent shall have been in
iii the College for three months,
.i ill secure to
IT U IX C 1S1
h HiiS'i. e.: lyifftiUnii at lln-ir "!
rii n making the transfer is entitled to
'. er price he may agree upon with
will be vitbdrawn on the sale of 100 Scholarships,
the limit of time not to exceed the abovo date.
lhe iy e Moidlm nlan recentlv advertised is
ft.V As this offer will bo easrerlv sei;:ed. and an
effort made to cIopo tho sale of Scholarships at
it... ;t.t - .t , ..... .ti... . .s.1 .
me euiiiei possioiu nay, aim u Huiiuar oner not
again made, those desiring to secure it need lo
ror lurtliernartienlars call on or address
J. S. CIIAMlSEItLTN, Proprietor,
10a-ly Durllngton, Yt.
1 11 V DJ Vj1 1U Hi i uj I
Bingliani & Lincoln,
iViov I lie Ii"rfllit Di-pot, St. Alhans, t..
now leady to gi ind corn meal, line or coarse,
mid all kinds of grain for feed. This Mill
was built by Holiui n i IMiuielmi-il, of Dos
ton, of tbe'best French liurr, is complete in eve
ry respect, and is capable of grinding twenty
lfvo bushels per hour. Doing dependent on
neither wind or tloods for power, wo can do all
work of this kind without hindrance to our cus-
tomirs. We shall be prepared to turnish corn
in the kernel, or ground, and at all times fresh
and as cheap as elsev.ii 'i'e. We aro also ready
to reeene orders lor
Sash, Blinds and Doors,
Mouldings and House Finishings of iery de
scription, of as good mateiial and workmanship
as any other shop in the State.
033 WRSS, -
Done to order witli Machinerv which is new and
of tho latest improvements. With tlicso facili
ties to give perfect satisfaction, wo solicit a
share of public patronage'
1UNG11AM A; LINCOLN
St. Albans, Feb, 27, 1R07.
JIh j;ffcrtn arc
It is an unfailing remedy in all ea'-os of Neu
ralgia Facialis, often effecting a perfect euro in
less than twenty-four hours, from tho use of no
more than two or threo pills. No. oilier torm ot
Neuralgia, or Nervous Disease has failed to yield
voxi)i:ni'vi, ju:.vj:j)al aokxt.
Even in the severest cases of Chronic Neural
gia and general norvous derangements- of many
years standing affecting tho entiro system,
ltstibo for a few day, oi a lVv weeks at the ut
niiut, ahvcijB ntl'ordu tho
most Asroxjstiixa mil ikf,
And very rarely fails to produce a complete and
permanent cure. It contains no drugs or other
mateiiala in the slightest degreo injurious, even
to tho lnosl delicate system, and can always bo
It has long bi;ciii in constant uso by may of our
most eminent I'hyslelaus, who give it their
unanimous and uiKiualitled approval. Sent by
mail on receipt of price, and postage.
Ouo paokago ?1 00 Postago 0 cents.
Six packages.. . . 5 00.... " 27 "
Twelve Packg's. . 0 00.... " 18 "
It is sold by all wholesnlo mid retail dealers in
drugs and medicines throughout tho United
States, and by TUHNEH A CO., Sole Proprietors,
120 to 157 Tremont Street, Boston, Miih.;. Ib'J-Gin
rniiosK ithi!is.stki) auk uv;iti:itv
I Xnotiiieit tfut l am agent to tjiinsnct an nusi
ness pivtainli g to pensions, bounties and back
pay. Claims t ii,u above nature can bo pro-
senu.,1, una tueir uUow.nues ontaineii, nv ap
1 lllg to WM. JJ1UUU1'.
, 8t. Albans, May 10th, 18G0.
VKItMOXT CKXTIIAI, AlVI) StrM.lVAN
CommoiiotiiR May 25, 1808.
TltAtSS OOINO SOUTH ANC KAST
Leave St. Albans at (1.20 a. m., 12.00 noon, and
8.1)0 p. m. '
Mail Train leaves Itouso's Po'nt ot 4:40 a. m.,
receives )assenger from Ogdcnsburgli It. 11.,
and connects at Whito lliver Junction and Bel
lows Falls with trains foi Doston, Worcester,
Spruyileld, and with trams on Passumpsic It.
It., anives at Now York at 10.45 p. in.
Hay Express leaves Montreal at 8;30 ft. ni., St.
dohiis at 10:00 n. in., Ogdeiisburgh at 5'ilO a. m.,
Douse s Point at 10:15 a. in., for lloston, Ac, nr
riving in Doston, via. Lowell at 10:30 p. m.
Night Express leaves Ogdeiisburgh at 1.00 p.
m., Montreal at 3:30 p. m., House's Point at 0.35
p. in., St. Johns at 5:00 p. m., arriving at lloston
at H.10 a. m., connecting at Uellows Falls with
Cheshire Itoad for Doston and Vorccstcr and
w ith Vermont Valley ltailroad for Springfield, Ac,
and arrivini: in NewYork at 12.30 p. m.
Til 1.NS tlOlXO NOllTH AND WIST.
Leave St. Albans for Montreal at 0:10 n. in.,
and 0:35 p. m. For House's Point, Ogdeiisburgh
and tho West at 0:05 and 11:00 a. in., and 7.15
Day Express leaves Doston via. Lowell 8,00 a,
in. for llinliugton, St. Albans, Montreal, Ac.
arriving at Montreal at 10:00 p. m., Ogdcnsbnrgh
at 5:30 a. in.
Mail Train loaves Doston via Lowell, at 7:Oo
a. m., via Lawrence and Fitehhurg nt 7.30 a.m.,
Springlleld at 7:45 a. m., for Durlington, and
The trains leaving Doston via. Fitehhurg at
7:30 a. in., and Springfield at 7:15 a. in., connect
nt White Diver Junction with tho Dav Express
Accommodation Traih loaves Northlleld at
7:15 a. m., for Durlington, Hutland, St. Albans,
House's Point, Ogcndosburgh, Ac.
Night Express leaves Dellows Falls at 10.00 p,
ui., receiving passengers from Vermont Vallev
Hailroad, leaving New York nt 12.15 p. m., anil
from Cheshire ltailroad, leaving Doston at 5:30
j). in., connecting at Whito ltiver Junction with
train leaving Doston at 5:00 p. in., for Durling
ton, House's Point, Montreal and Ogdcnshurgh,
connecting with steamers audGrand Trunk
Trains for theWest.
Sleeping cars are attached to both tho night
Express trains running between St. Albans am
Doston, and St. Albans and Springlleld.
Through tickets for Chicago and tho West fo
sale at the principal stations.
G. ME11HILL, Sup.
St. Albans. Mav 23. 1S(1:1.
UTIiANU AMI lIlIHiaXtJTO.V AM) VT
On and after Dec. 2d, 1S07, trains will nil
as follows, viz :
JlOVl.Vtl SOUTH AND HAST.
Leave Durlingtonlat 8:30 a. in., 1:35 p. m. 3:36
t);15 p.m. Arrive- at Hutland nt 11:25 a. m. ,4:ie
p. m. 8:00 a. in. 12.50 a. m.
Leave Hutland at 4:00 a. in,, 12:00 m. Arrive
Dellows Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 p.m., ,t 3:25 a.
Leave Dellows Falls at 7.50 a. in., 2:25 p. m.,
3:30 a in. Arrive at Drattleboro' at 8:50 a. m.,
3:20 p. in., 1:27 a. m.
aiovih'o south axd wkst.
Leave Drattleboro' at 11:00 a. in., 4:45 A !);00 p.
m. Airivo at Bellows Falls at 12:00 a. in., and
5:10 and U:55 p. m.
Leave Dellows Falls at 12.35 p. m., 5:15 p. in,
10.00 p. m. Arrive nt Hutland at 3:10 p. m.,
0:00 p. m. 12:35 a. m.
Leave Hutland at 0.00 a. in., 1.20 .p. in.. 3.20
' " a. in. Arrive at Burlington at !): 15 a.
THAINS CONNECT AS l lTlVl.jn.
3" At Burlington withDoats on Lake Cham-
plain and Vermont Central and Vermont and
Canada Hailroads, for Montpclicr, St. Albans,
House's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgii, and tho
West. At Hutland with trains for Troy, Albany
and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady,
and the West. At Dellows Falls with trains on
Cheshire Hailroad for Fitchlmrgh, Worcester,
Lowell, and Boston. With Vt. Vallov Hailroad.
for Brattloboro1, Springlleld, Hartford, New Ha
ven, ami iow ion; anil witli ttuuivan iiauroau
for Windsor, White ltiver Junction, Wells ltiver,
St. Johiisburv, Newport, Littleton, and the
Passengers for tho West will find this a cheap,
pleasant, and expeditious route.
I'Uii nuiuvifc, anil an necessary niiormaiion.
enquire at the OUices on tho lino.
l-tl. UiiO. A. JllilWUljlj, nupt.
WIWTUlt AllltAIMCJJiJVUUlMr 1HU3-B.
On and after Monday, Nov. 14, 1801, Passenger
Trains will run ns follows :
Day Express Train lcives Concord ai J.35 a.
in., for White ltiver Junction, connecting with
trains for Montpclicr, Durlington, House's Point.
Montreal, Ac, and with Ogdensburgii and Grand
Trunk Hailroads, for tho West.
Mail Train leaves Concord at 10.15 a. m., for
White ltiver Junction, connecting with train for
Wells ltiver, St. Johnsbury, Barton, Newport,
Willoughbv and Magog Lakes, Stanstead. Bath,
Littleton, and Lancaster; also, witli trains for
Montpclicr, Burlington, St. Albans, House's Point,
Montrela, Ogdensburgii, and tho West.
Bristol Train leaves Concord at 3.30 p. in., for
Franklin and Bristol.
Evening Express Train leaves Concord nt 8. If
p. m., for White ltiver Junction, connecting with
trains for Montnelier, Burlington, St. Albans,
Itouso's Point, Montreal, Ogdeiisburgh, and tho
'Or on arrival of trains from Boston, Worcester,
Portsmouth, Portland, Ac
Morning Express Train leaves Whito Hivei
Junction for Concord at 1,15 a. in., or on arrival
of train from Ogdeiisburgh and Montreal. On
Mondays nt (i,25 instead of 1.15.
Bristol Train leaves Bristol for Concord at 8
a. m., ami l'rankiin at'.i.i'J a. m.
Mail Train leaves Whito lliver Junotiou for
Concord at 12.15 p. in., or on arrival of trains
over tho Vermont Central, Pabsumpsic, and
Whito Mountains Hailroads.
Day Express Train leaves Whito Hivei Junc
tion at 4,58 p. in., or on arrival of trains from
at 4,u8 p. in., or on arrival ot trains lroin
vuttl and Ogdensburgii, Brattloboro', Kconc,
ws Falls, Windsor, Ac, connecting at Con-
cord with train lor Manchester, Nashua, Lowell
These trains connect at Concord with trains
for Manchester, Lawrence, Portsmouth, Port
land, Nashua, Woroester, Now York, Lowell, am1
Boston. ONSLOW STEAHNS, Agent.
Concord, N. H., Nov. 10, 1804. 1-tf.
" It Works Like a Charm."
Havo you Headacho? Uso Hcnno's Magio Oil
Have you Toothache ?
Have you Neuralgia?
Havo you Hhcuinatisni V
Havo you Sore Throat ?
Dave you Sciatica?
Uso ltenno'd Magio Oil
Uso Henno's Magio Oil
Uso ltwiuo's Magio Oil
Vso Henno's Magio Oil
'so Henno's Magio Oil
Use Henno's Mnglo Oil
Have you n Brillae-V
Have you CraniiwV-
Uso Henno's Mngio Oil
u live juu i;noi. Jtorims t Uso lccuno s jiagic uu
Have you Lameness? Uso Honno's Magio Oil
This is tho best family remedy, to euro all
kinds of pain, you over tried.
It is clean, safo and delicious to uso, nnd if
you uso it faithfully, it will do you good.
Directions cm each bottle, liny it of tho Drug
gist or Merchant where' you trade. If thoy have
not got it on hand thoy will soml for it, ai your
request, and sell you tho genuiuo Henno's Paiu
Killing Magic Oil, nt the manufacturer's lowest
price at retail.
WM. HEENE, Sole Proprietor and Manufac
turer, Pittslield, Mass.
Sold in St, Albans by all Druggists, Weeks A
Hoynolds, Grocers. In Switnton Falls by D. T.