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Vol. f .
1847 -,o' 18Q8
WYMAN &. HUNTINGTON,
Acknowledging the Mndnefca and liberal pat
ronage of tint public in the past twenty yetiru. I,
Now rviwir tliu pi online, (ami let the pant be the
assurance ) that tliin corner of the good little
STATU OF VHIIMOK'I,
Anil Nome portion of the '. (J., ahall bo well anil
iioiitMiv suppiieii at tno lowi-at poaaiblo rated
Willi all tlic grime ol American, .Swiss A hngliaii I
W A T K B S
In OOliD and SIl.VKlt Cases,
J E W E L Ii Y
Latent patlci'i'M and all grade
, i KINK UUliD,
SlLVKll ami '
( II MNs,
Masonic and Mechanics' Pins,-Solid Silver Ware,
warranted tine as coin, lieaulifiil
I'roin all the best factories, such as
SMiip t ups, Mustanl and Child's Cup.-,
1 nllui Plates, tinaliv ei ervthing of llr.-t
1' al .1 Wari'.
is the only place in the countv where
git. direct from the manufa'ctuieis.
Genuine Win. Rogers & Son's
s mo is, Forks, "Knives, L.iillcs Ac. Don't be de
ei iv yl and buy a 2d ipia'ity goods when its so
o:is to get thv Iii'kI and at almost the same priect
gr itt-variety clocks, Tiiblo and PixJ.ei
- CUTIER Y,
In abiindaiice. FAeiAbuil.N wants a l.'nii -then
let everybody cull and get'one. A large assort
iii nt of Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles and
1IVC.S, (i.VMKS .IC.
Hille and Pistol Cartridges, ltevolveis. Hoberts'
Needles (warranted.) Watches, Chicks, and
Jewelry repaired in the. best possible manner.
All work warranted satisfactory or pay refunded.
Lngraving neatly executed, and at 'reasonably
At the old stand, lhuhif rd's liuilding, corner
Main and Hank streets.
St. Albans. Feb. 10th, 1HIW.
In St. Albans by LKONAHD, HHA1NFHD A
CO. Ac. HliXHYA CO.. Waterburv. Vt., Solo
February 7th, 180S. 202-Um.
70H SPUING STyLFS.OF'HATK AND CAPS,
1 call on WM N. SMITH ,t CO.
O TO WM. N. SMITH A
CO'S for Gray's
.X l'atent Moulded Collar.
DH. S.S. CLAHK has removed to f'onth Main
Street. Olllce at his reside
St. Albaus, Vt., May, '2, 18CT 8'J-tf
"1LOTHING, ClolhUig for Spring ut
V WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
lOH Sl'HING STYLE OF SOFT HATS, go to
SACK Coats, in every stylo at
VM. N. SMITH A- GO'S.
1,000 MEN AND WOMEN TO
ACT AS (.ANVASflKltS Hilt A HHltUM OJ'
NEW ENGRAVINGS !
IDEAL AMU It I VAX FACICS,
Ungraved on stone in 1'aris by tho most o.mi.
nent Lithograjiht'r.4 in tho world. For partioh
iars and descriptive circular, address
L. 1). HOIUNSON.
200-Ow 4G Main St., Springtlelil. Manrf.
J coi,ons. j
Hold by l)niis(s
American Cooking Stove in
T an adjourned term of the Circuit Com t of
XV. the Lnitcd HlateH, for the Northern District
or New York, in the aecond circuit held at tho
City Hall, in the city or Albanv, the 'Mb dav of
.lanuary, in the year of our Lord lHiis.
Tlio Hon. Nathan K. Hall, Judyr.
J.vcon H. Smuii A .Tosci'ii Hackaiiii. 1
Gr.o. I). Hull A John M. Hoernvnu..
Ilia further ordered, adjudged and decreed,
that a perpetual iirjunetlon be issued in thin
suit against the defendants, resll-aing them
I'roin Mi tiler infrtlluPtiifiitx of tnid l'atent, No.
fil.lOfi Dated Dee. filh. lHfi.-, lor improvements
in cooking stoves, puis'.lrtlit to alid in accord
ance with the prayer of the Hill ol Complaint.
Signed A. A. llovci:, Gtrrk.
The aboe was instituted for infringement of
the Patent securing thu manner of lining the
ash nan in tlio hearth of the American (oofciiu.
Stove, and .for the- coinbiuatiotiof tho bailed
asll pan.' We havl' rcneatcdlv ealitIollf.il' the.
pitblic-ngailist selling or lining utovcs with these
t nnprovenieiH not. lnatiuiacitircd !iv its. All pcr-
ons now .lolling or lining utovca with thece itn- '
. prnwnicnta in iolntion of the n'nou- injunction,
, without Hcchm' from it, will lie liale to line and
inipiisoniiu nl. H11KA1I, I'AOKAltl) A- CO.
KiM-'.im. Albanv, N. Y
FOii SALE BY 1). ill. WALKEU.
G1 ltKAT 131I1CUV1-IK.T l.N DH.VTIS. ,
I The attiuition of the public is called to a gie;ft
I discovery in Dentistry.
Till-: (illl'.ATI'ST ADVVNCl- STKP KVICK 1
I , MADK IN TDK A11T.
, The main lillicult, in wearing artillcial teetli is,
! they do net hold in their place lliiulv enough.
I and add to this the ainiovance of food getting
j uiidei the plate while eating. 1 have diseoer- '
I .'d a method of so constructing tile plate on
which thu teeth are set that thev will not stint
or drop while eating or spi aKiug, neitli. r will
. any particles of loud get under the plate. 110 .
'matter what tho eonilition of the mouth is..
( which is not true of any method hitliertoused. I
I hiivi! secured Letters I'atunt lor- the 1'nited 1
States, England and 1'raneo. ,
I 'I'he improvement is not in material, but in
i the coiihttuctioii, wliichs.'ecun s the atmospheric ,
t'ltf (.im- v.u tim uiuui' iiaie.
1 liave sold the exclusive of said improvement 1
to Dr. Ii. Gilmaii, to wit, tho Counties of Frank-
lin, Wahhington, Chittenden, Lamoille nnd
(fnind Isle. Thorfo wishing to avnil themselves I
oi sucn improvement, win call on
Dr. L,. (Jlliy
November, 11, If 07.
New Goods, New Goods,
At the New Hook. Stationery and Variety Store
school .f v' ;. .
I'M' Jill, .
.',.! A A HOOKS,
p i : r v u us,
Hictiiro Frames. Threads, Needles, a largo va
riety cf Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions, , ct-o.
Also, all styles of
Large and small. 1'heso additions to the stock
previously on hand enables tho subscriber to
offer for sale as largo a variety of goods as can
lie loiinil elsewhere in rranUlui County. Hie
entire stock is new, has byen bought cheap for
ush, many articles at a large discount trom ter
mer prices, and will be sold at a small advance.
niaiiiiiui lor tin' lilicral pationago iicstoweil
thus far, a continuation is desired.
JO-i-tt C. II. JIAhl.lt.
k ftl'VTU WW'I'I.'M Willi
JUJX OF OLJt DAV!
Or the Lives and Deeds of Generals, Statesmen,
Orators and Political Leaders now on the Stage
of Action, including Grant, Sherinai , Colfax,
Sunuier.Stantoii, Sheridan, Yates, Purlin, Trum
bull. Foulon, Buckingham, Wilson, Greeley,
Wade, Morton, Philips, Farragut, Chase, Logaii.
Stuvena, needier, Seward, Houtwell, Dix, Ham
lin, l'e.ssetiden, Howard, and others, witli over
torty lile-llKo l'ortraits ot laving Men. Sold on
ly bv Agents. Great inducements. Send for
circulars, ZKIGLUH, JlcOUHDY A CO.,
210-Hw (.1-1 Arch St., Philadelphia, l'a.
FOR ONE BOI1I.A.R !
XYT. SKLL DKKSS I'ATTFHNS. PANT Pat-
terns. Yebs, Cotton Cloth. Shawls. Car
peting, Sheetings, Drv and Fancy Goods, Ac,
,vc. ( iiculaiK sieni ii'ier, giving full particu
lars: or T elve chcc'.u sent for One Dollar,
describing twelve different articles which we will
sell for Out- Dollar Kiicli.
(" Ladies and geiitlemiui wanted as Agents,
to whom the most liberal inducements, are offer
ed, and satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
CHAS. LHTTS A CO.,
c.i & 00 Fi:ni;nAi, stiikkt,
0H-ly Hoston, Mass.
J. E. CAME, & CO.
With Plielan A Cullender's New Improved Coni
bination Cushions, patented Nov. 20, 1S07. Old
Tables re-cushioned with the alsive Now Com
bination Cushions for 75 per set. These New
Cushions have proved, by actual use, to excel
all other styles ever made. Tables of all stylcH
and thiish constantly on hand. Also, Phchi'ii &
Collcnder's Combined Dining and Milliard Ta
bles J. K. CAM!-! A- CO.,
210.:lm 11 1 Sudbury St., Hoston.
rilO THU WOHKING CLASS. Farmers, Me
X chanics, Ladies, and everybodj. 1 am now
prepared to furnish you with coniitant employ
ment at youi honica- the whole of your timo, or
in your spine moments. Husiness neir, light
anil prolltable. Fifty cents to f5 per evening is
easily earned by persona of either sex, and tho
boys and girls earn nearly as much as men.
Great inducements are offered those who will de
vote their whole timo to tho business, and, that
every person who wees this notice may send mo
their address and teat the business for Hi
huaineaa for them-.
aelven, I niako the following unparalleled ull'y:
in an who are not wen uausucu wiui my uusi
ness, I will send .1 to pav for the trouble of
writing me. Full particulars, directions, Ac.
sent free. A sample will bo aont by mail tp .all
who Bend 10 cents. Address li, C. ALLIEN:
214-lm AugUHta, Maine,
V'l, AVIODNEHDAY, JTTTIh to. 1RGS.
Tf'l ' ".(?
CUTLER, - - PROPRIETOR.
All Printing brought to (his Oil!
and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten
tion, at prices as low w tho times will admit.
do our work much better than can any
Office that will do a job of printing for nothing
i'or the sake of depming us of it, and we are
ready to compare our work with any similar
class of printing done in the cities, botii in neat
ness and price. 1
Hand jour orders into the Transcript Hook
and Job Printing lvstablishuient if you take any
pride in having j-o ur printing done in a work
I'O STOCK GltOWKllS.
Those who desire to raise tirst-class sotek. and
all lovers of good horses, are reSpectf.i'ly in
f.uinrd that the Ilainbh tonian trotting, stiilliou,
YOUNG BEXTER:'' ;
. . ill stand for a limited number of innres the eu'
suing season, at the H01111 stead KtVk' FaiV,
Greenwich, Washington County, N.-'Y.;, scVuit:
to comiueneeoii the 1st of Maj'and to end ou thb
1st day of September. Young Dexter was bred
at Chester, Orangi County, N. Y., is four ye!ivtj
old, by Hysdjk's Hambleloiiian, stands oieiufv
1(1 hands high, and is one of the hi st of nic'gc.
of his celebrated sire. Young Defter is :iiuuf
brother to Dexter, George Wilkes, Hruno, HVu-nette-allied
to Mountain Hoj -and other well
known horses. Verj evitUutl'v, from his size,
shape, etc., Young Dexter will not only bring
gentle, line and speedy stock, but also handsome
carriage and family horses as well. It is mani
festly for the heuelit ofbtoek growers that they
obtain not only tin. best and most popular blood
in the countr.v'i 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
iuleiior one. ' It was with the view to nuprou'
the stock of horses in Noithern New York, Ver
mont and Now Hampshire, etc., that Young
Dexter was purchased by hs present owner, Mr.
H. 0. Page, Editor of the I'voplv' Junvind the
object being to bonelit farmeis and stock growers
who are willing tc undergo tho care and expense
neccssar.v to the raising of good horses.
For further particulars, terms, etc., address
Homestead Stock Farm, Greenwich, Washington
County, X. Y. V.. G. STliATTON,
X7"HKliFAS, the St. Albans Hank, a corpoia-
y tion, duly incorporated by the Legislature
of the State of Vermont, located and doing busi
ness at St AlbaiiSj in tlic county of Franklin,
has made application to me, reinitiating me to
issue proclamation designating some day
for the teimination of the existence of said cor
poration'; And whereas, it has been litado to appear tome
that two-thirds of the legal votes of the stock
holders of said corporation wire given in favor
of said application.
Now. therefore, I, Paul Dillingham, Governor i
of the State of Vermont, in conformity with said
application, and tho provisions, of section eigh- j
ty-six and eighty-coven of chapter eight j'-nine of
the, General Statutes of Vermont, do hereby is
suo my proclamation, and declare that on the I
twcnt.v-llfth day of March, A. D. 1808, the said ,
corporation shall cease to exist as fully and
with the Hiiiuo effect as if said chart"!' expired by
the limitation thoieof. ' I
In witness whereof, I have hereunto signed'
my name and caused the Hal ol the Slate I
i,. s. to be hereunto allixed, in Lxecutivo Cham-1
hers at Waterburv, this 2.!rd day of Sc)-
teinber, A. D. 1807, and of the independence of
the United Slates the 01st.
Hy the Goicrnor, i
Wm. 1'. Dii.i.inoii m,
Sec'y of Civil '.nd Military AnfaUs.
BY recent enactments; of Congress, all Sol
diers who have served three years and have
received but 1100 bounty Ironi tho United States,
or who, having enlisted for three years, were dis
charged in consequence ol wounds, and the wid
ow, children, or parents of any soldier who en
listed for three years, under a proiuiso of only
1100 bounty, and who died in thoservice, are en
titled to an additional bountv of ONR HUX
DHKD DOLLAHS I
All im'alid 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 ponsioned widows of .soldiers or sailors aro
entitled to an increased pomsiou of two dollars
per month for each child under i-ixteen years of
Claims of the aboe nature, and for arrears of '
paj1, olllcois' extra pay, for horses lost in the U.
S. aervico, commutation of rationa of prisoners i
of war and prize money, will be promptly profit-,
cuted by application by letter, enclosing dis-,
, charge trom acrvice. will be attended to mid the
necessary papers returned to plleant tor aig.
natures, ,vo. L. A. so VYLivM,
OAioo over the Firat National Hani;, ,
St. Albans, Aug. 17th,18Gii. 125-tf
Y0UTHB Clothing of all kindi at
WM.N. SMITH A PO'H,
SEE ! ! REE ! ! !
KM) lull COUIM'
Qood lor life, Ihionghoiil the International
JIllHllieHH i ss, latum." to be i-sued lit
"' Cliamberlin's Business College
Hurlinetiiii. Vt.. before "Hin 15. IKliS.
I These Rcholaishiiis will be sold nt tin. iinlm-
; prit'e, $30, and so issued as to secure to tho pur
I'taHi'i.MIn pruileges and advatitag h of the
Scholarships heretofore IsmiciI, and to be trans
ferable to ii sec cind party :inr lime within three
1 yi urs afti r tlie holder tin re'il shall h.ie Iutii in
llM.'ll.l.MK .) th, ('.,)!, k, (,. till, e llm.itlM.
mis iian will secure to
loo "sr hj sr a
Wi EI US
A fhurtiityh lltixint'i. liilnvuliim
aa the person making the transfer is entitled to
tebiilcM'riirice he may agree npuii with
, liiH-puiehaaur. Thin
TTr.,.r,nl,i r l -j.
ill In. iili.i. . i ........ .
will lie withdrawn on the sale of 100 Schnhirships
1 tho limit of time not to exceed the above date.
, The 77c Uoi.tlm plan recently .uhcrtised is
I I'OmII IHIIiIa ... ..1,.t.. .1 1.. ..P -..1........ I .... .
' '"i"'" uiuciuuui reiloiui'Mlips ai
the earliest po-sible day, and a similar offer not
I again made, tho-.' desiring to secuiu it need to
1 or further narticulars call on or address
J. S. CltAMHF.ltUN, Proprietor,
l(;:i-l Jlnilington, VI.
NEW STEAM MILL!
eiir the I'Vtiylil I)eiii,
St. AllKIOM. Vt.
I " ie;m 10 grind e.ii n ine.ii. line or coarsi
.jl aim an Kinds ot gram
i'or feed. This Mill '
was built by
lilniieliiiKl, of Boh-
! .f I i ll,KU "'"i wuomyii'tii "J vc-
im-uiis jiei noiir. jieing dependent on
, neither wind or Hoods for power, we can do all
j work of this kind without hindrance to our cus
1 tomcrii. We shall lie prepared to furnish corn
both Plain 1 111 'J'" kernel, or ground, and at all limes 1'iesli
Ii. . Ii.li.l.r.l.. 1.. 11 1 ,
aim as encap as elsewhere. We are also lead v
to reeeiu orders lor
Mouldings and House Finishings of everv de
seriptii.n, of as good material and workmanship
as any other shop in the Stale.
bone to order with Machinery which is new and
ol the latent improvements. With these hi'iili
tics to give perfect satisfaction, we solicit a
share of public patronage'
W. mito.w, Mu.-J1,Hilli:1'" ' r v j4-i-iiv
C ' Cure
' . NEURALGIA.
Its j:fffctx arc
It is an unfailing remedy m all cases of Neu
ralgia Facialis, ol'tin effecting a perfect cure in
less than twenty-four hours, from the use of no
more than two or three jiillH. No other form ol
Neuralgia or. Nervous Di.-easi has failed to vield
WOS l lill IT I. HHMRDA I, ACK.XT.
Even in the severest cases of Chronic Neural
gia and general ner cms derangements- of manj
years standing affecting the entire system',
its use for a few daj's, or a few weeks at the ut
most, iilwa.vH affords tho
MOST AS'JOXlSULXa liJilJi:i
And cry rarely Jails to produce a complete and
permanent cuie. It contains no drugs or other
materials in the slightest degree iujurUuu-, even
to the most delicate system, and can alwajs be
It has long been in constant use by may of our
most eminent Physicians, who 'give 'it their
unanimous and unqualified approval. Sent by
mail on iiH'eipt ofpriee, and postage.
One package . H 00. . . Postage (! "cents.
Six packages fi 00. . . " 27 "
. Twelve Packg's. . 0 00... ' In "
It is sold by all wholesale and retail deali-is in
drugs and medicines throughout the United
States, and by TUHNKH A CO., Sole Proprietor,
120 to l.)7 Tremout Street, Hoton. Mafcs. lSlMim
article yet )ttt before
the public for all
liinds of Sores and
KruptioiiH of the
Skin, as Salt Hhciiui,
Old Sores, Hrokeu
Hreasts, Stingaof In
Fob o. dugs, Ac.
Fully upholding Dr.
Poland's reputation aa an originator of valuablo
remedies. It is the
For burns, sea'ds, frost bitten parts, chapped
lips and nanus, crneits in tno icet, uvitn which
old pooiilo are ti. milled. ) styes upon the eye
lids, and in fact everything to which n, salvo ia.
applicable. Priei , 25 cuds. Manufactured un
der the supi-i'i.-ioii of the originator.
BR.-3T. W. POIAND,
And for sale bv all Wholeaale and Hclail Drug
trihts. and at Country Storca. Geo. C, Goodwin
A Co., and Hust Hros., A Hlrd, Hoston, General
Proprietor, Also, Age nt for Medicinea niann
faeliired by Dr. J. W. Poland, viz: Cedar Plas
ter. Diurrluriv Elixie, Indian Pile Henitdy, Ca
thartie Pills. .Vc.
INTHUESTKl) AUK IIEIIK1IV
I nolilied that I am oirent to transact all buai-
uesa pertaining to pensions, bounties and back
pay. Claims of the ubovo nature can bo pro
heiited, and their i.llowaucoa obtained, by aiipy
ngto WM. HHIDGEH,
St. Albans, May 10th. 180(1.
! m$tj OINTMKXT.
; M,fe3 X&rj ' This is the best
OommotiotiiR May 25, 1808.
uiAiNS tiotvo sovni ami: uast
LeaU'St. Albaiirt attU'Ja. in., 12.01) noon, and
N.dO p. in.
Mail Train leaves House's I'o'ni af 1:10 n. in.,
receives passengers from Ogiloiislmrgh It. It.,
and connects at White, llivur Junction and llcl
Iow 1 alls with train for Itnstnti Mirna(m
Sprlngjlold, and with trams on rassuinp.ilo It!
It arnyes at New Yoik at lO.-lo p. in.
Kay Kxpress Iemes Montreal at H;:i() a. m., St.
Tohns at 10:00 a. m.. Ogdunsburch at C-:10 n in
llouso'H Point at 10:10 L in., for 1 tostoli, A c., ar-
riving in liostor, ia. Lowell at lOtfOp. in.
Night KxprcH leaves OgdeiiHburL'l
in., Montreal at :)::)() p. in., House's V
p. in., ht. .lolms at 5:00 p. in., arriving at Hoston
at S.10 a. m., eonnectiiig at Hellows Tails with
Cheshire. Itoad for liostou and Worcester and
wnii t eriuoni auey Jiailroad torKpriiigdeld, A
and nrriviii in NewYork at 12.30 p. m.
m Vl.SH (I01XH Noirrit AND VIT.
''(' jm. Aioans lor .Montreal lit 0:10 a. in.
i niido:;jr.i.. m. r0r ltouso's Point. omiensbmrri
t.e.ivo SI. Albans Cor Montreal lit 0:10 a.
and the West at 0:05 and 11:00 n. in., and 7.1.".
Day Impress lca(m Boston via. Lowell H.tU a,
... IV... 11. ...It. ...I . i.i 1.1 v. . '
'"' . ,l M1
hi. ivn jjui iiiiiriun. nt. .vioans. fiiiiri!ii .ve
Mail Train leavps Itoston Ma Lowell, at 7:Oo
a.ui., via Lawreiico and Fitehbiirrr .it 7 :in m
in., i or isurjinglon, and
Tlie trains leaving liostou via. Fitehburg at
7:30 a in., and .s'pringlleld at 7:15 a. in., connect
at White Hirer .luin tion villi Hie D.iv Faim-o-w
Ac.'ommodafiou Trail' loavos Northlleld at
7:15 a. in., lor Builingtcii, Hiitland, Kl. Albans,
I.oils. i Point, Ogeiidesbiirgh, Ac.
-v'ighr I'.xproHs loaves Hellows Falls at 10.00 i,
n ., reeeiviiitr passengers ftom Vermont Vallev
Hiiil!'..ad, liming New York at 12.15 p. in., anil
from Cheshire ltailroad. leaving Koston at 5:110
p. m., connecting at White 1 i ol- .1 unction with
tram loining Koston at 5:00 p. m., for Kurliug
ton, House's I'oini, Montreal and Ogdensbiir''h,
connecting with steamers audGrand Trunk
Trains for thoWrst.
Sleeping cars are nltaohed to both tho nighl
lwwK'ii, iiiuist. Alhaiw aiu SpriniioUl
1 for Chicago and the West fo
sale al the principal stations.
SI. Albans, Mav '2:1, 1H0S.
-tITLA'l) AND mniLlXUTO.V
A XI) VT
1 On and after Dee. '2d, 1807, trains will nil
as iollows, viz : .
2IUY1MI SOl; ill AND l:ASl
1 Leave linrlington allUO a. 111., l::ij p. m. ;:2C
0:45 p. 111. Arrive at Hutland at lLi'i a. 111., l:lf
P in. 6:00 ft. in. 12.50 a. in.
1 Leave Hutland at i:00 a. in.. 12:00" 111. Arriw
Fellows Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 i). 111., .1:20 a.
Leave Bellows Falls at 7.50 a. 111., 2:23 p. 111.,
!!:.'!!) a in. Arrive at Hrattleboro' at 8:."0a.'m .
' !):20 p; in., 1:27 A. 111.
Jtovtxu Nonrn avi) wr.sr.
Leaic Hrattleboro' at 11:00 . ui., 4:45 &'!):() p.
in. Arrive al Hollows Falls at 12:00 -. m.,anil
0:10 and :5ft p. m. -'.
di'rivl 1"'1'"'s FnlU tit 12.11.1 u. in., r.:fo p. in.
" U.iW'hnlfttol.-' at 8:10 ''.'
p. in. 1::!0 a. in. Anive at UurJingio.i ... . ,..
in., 4:25 p.m., and 0.15 p. m. 4.15 a. m. .
THAINS CONNKOT AS FOLLOWS:
f,sr AtHiulington wilhHoata ou Lake Chain
plain and Vermont Central and Vermont and
Canada llailroads, i'or Montpolier, St. Albans,
Hoiw's Point. Monlreal, Ogdonsburgh, and tho
West. At Kul land with trains for Tro.v, Albany
and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady,
and the Wist. At Hollows Falls with tr,iins)i
Chetihhv ltailroad for Fitchburgh, Worcester,
Lowell, and Hoston. With Vt. Valley Hnilroad,
for Hrattleboro', Springfield, Hartford, New Ha
ven, and Now York-- and with Sullivan ltailroad
for Windsor, White Hiver Junction, Wells Iiivor,
St. Johnshur.v, Newport, Littleton, and the
Passengers for the Wtsl will lhld this a cheap,
pleasant, and expeditions route.
FOH TICK UTS, and all necessary information
enquire at the OII'icch on tho line. '
1-tf. GLO. A. MLHItlLL Supt.
W1NTEU AEHANQEMEH r-180i-5.
On and after Monday, Nov. 14. 1801. Pas.-eiiuor
Tr.iies will lun.as followa :
Din Express Train le ivea Concord a "J.!).) a.
in., t'ir Into liner .Juuetion, connecting with
trains for Montpolier, Diuiiiigton, House's Point.
Montreal. .Vc, and with Ogdonsburgh and Grand
Trunk Hailroads, for the West.
Mail iram leaves Concord at '10. lu a. ni.. for
White Hier Junction, connecting with train for
Wells Hiver. St. .Tohnabur.V. Harton. Newport.
Willuughby and Magog Lakes, Stanstead, Hath,
Littleton, and Lancaster; also, with trams lor
Montpdior, niirlington, St. Albans, House's Point,
Montrola, ogiuusourgh, and tlio west.
Hnstol Train leaves Concord at !i.:i0 p. in., lor
Franklin and Hristol.
Evening Express Train leaves Concord at 8.1.'
p. in., tor W hito ltiver Junction, connecting with
trains for Montpolier, Hurlingtou, St. Albans,
House's Point, Montreal, Ogdonsburgh, and tho
'Or on an i al of tr.iinii lroin Hoston. Worcester.
Portsmouth, Portland, Ac.
Morning Express Tram leavea While Hlvei
Junction tor Cimeord at 1.15 a. in., or on arrival
of train from Ogdcnsburgh and Montreal. On
Mondays at 0.25 instead of 1.15.
Hiistol Train leavea Hnstol for 'Concord at 8
a. in., and 1 raulilm at 0.12 a. in.
Mail Tram leaves White Hiver .lull' .ion tor
Concord at 12.15 p. m., or ou arrival of trains
over tho Vermont Central, Passumpsie, and
White Mountains Hailroads.
Day Express Tram leaves bite Hiver .Tunc
tion at 4.58 p. in., or on arrival of trains from
Montreal ana Ogdcnsburgh, Hrattleboro', Keene,
Hollows l-'al U. Windsor. Ac,, connecting at Con
cord with train fur Manchester, Nashua, Lowell
Theso train, connect at Concord with trains
for Manchester. Lawrence, Portsmouth. Port
laud, Nashua. Norcoater, New York, Lowell, am'
lloatull. O.NSl.OW STliAlLNS, Agent,
Concord, N. IL, Nov. 10, 1801. 1-tf,
' It "Worlcs Like a Charm.
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Have you Toothache V
Have you Neuralgia?
Have yon Hlieuniatisni V
Have you Sore Throat '!
lime you SciaticaV
Have you u Hruiaoy
Have you Cramps?
Have you Choi. Morbus'
Havo you LanioneiB?
Use Henne'a Magio Oil
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Use Henne'a Magic Oil
Use ltenno'a Magio Oil
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Uso Henne'a Magic Oil
Uo Henno'H Magio Oil
Uao Honne'a Magio Oil
Uao Henmi'a Magio Oil
Uao ltouno'a Magic Oil
This is tlio bout family remedy.
to euro all
Kinds or pain, you ever tried.
It ia clean, safe and dolieioua to use,
V(m uao it faithfully, it will do you good.
Directions on each bottle, lluyitof the Drug
gist or Merchant where joil trade. If thov havo
not got it on hand they will send for it, al your
roquet, and aell you tho genuine Holme's Pain
Killiug Magle Oil, at tlie manufacturer's lowest
price at retail.
WM. HEENE, Solo Proprietor and Manufac
turer, PittHfleld, Mass,
SOUl in, St. Albana by all Druggista, WeokH 'A
Hoj-nolds, Grocera. In Kwaiitpji Falla by D, X.
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Advel tiseiiients hIioiiIiI lm lm
"k'a'tion""1 "'"S f '1n,V "f t,ll'ir in,c,llU'(1 1'111'-
Tho following hymn, written bv Hovl
F. Smith, 1). D., was sung at tho graves of' the
soldiers of Newton, Mas., on Saturday,' May", ilO:
Grateful, tho pious feast wo keep
In memory of tho dead,
And where tho valiant soldiers sleep
Strew honors o'er their bed.
As apring.flowera deck tho silent earth.'' ' 1
As stars the skies illume, . ..
lhcse loving tributes, lo I wo bring
4o grace each hallowed tomb. ',"
1 lll'-v ''ilV',,, ihciv ll01101' "'0PH, ' ' :
While dark oppression cowers. '
And every tear affection weeps '
Ia crystalled into Howoim.
'The deeds they wrought, the truths Ihcvsc'al'd,
1 heir nicniory, dear, in death -'
Are fragrant us tlie blooming Held. itv,;
Or Hntnuier'r) perfuined breath ! ' "
God of the living and the dead 1
Like am'raiiths on tho tomb. '
I he trust for which their blood was shed" '
Keep in inunoital bloom. -i
Till; CHICAGO CONVENTION MH.-NASHY
A'JTKXnS IT AMI) QHTS OX A JIEAVY
DIiiaUST A LECTUnrj OX DEMOCltACY.
,,, . P,).HT. OVflH, CoNl'tDliltlT X ltOADS, )
(hich ia in the State iiv Kentucky, May 24,
1 wuz at Chiongo one tiny, and that
ono Utty nmi8liel mo. Mv nra wn
Htunnod Willi 'rors for Grant; wliiehovcr
way L turned my cyog I saw notliiiiR
but tJrant hidgun and Grant mednls:
the bands wtiz all playin the Star Span
gled Banner and aich, and oven the
street organ grindow lied attooncd their
lyres to tlie same Abliyhun melodies.
On iny arrival 1 nskt a vishusboy
(wieii T knowd wuz Dimerkraticyifrom
tlio fact that his liltln shlrl-. wni u,.v
hung put uv Iuh little pants ef lic'tTlicd;,..,
an.yHhirtl,- of JlGcood show me whelfeV
the AblishTTn CJonveiinhun wznlioldin
1 1 self.
"Certinlv I kin invniii i
a, no bim.a. .j: v .. .. .. i py1
witJi a Hteenlc to iti " "
entered it, and wuz BurtiriHcd. not
only at the fewness uv tho delegates on
tlie Hoor, but at their peeoolyer appear
ance. They ditl n't look lilio delegates
to any Convenshun f hed ever uttciulcd.
Tlior noses wuz n't uv the color I hod
ben accustomed to. Tlioy wuz nil sol
emn lookin chaps with gold spectacles,
DiacK coats, nigti lorencus ami white
ncckeicheis. "Is this," tliot 1 to my
self, "the uniform delegates wear at
itepublikin eonvenshens V"
At this pint J turned to it man sittm
beside me, and in an undertone nskt
wich wuz ahed on tho last ballot, Col
fax or Wade?
".Sir," set! he, " are vou a Johnson
"I am," sen 1 dciiantly. "Jlow didst
determine that pint?"
"By yoor broth," sod he. "Yoormis
taken in tlio place, my friend. This Is
a Methodist conference."
That wikked and perverse boy hed in
tenshenelly deceived me.
On my return we wuz a scttin in Bas
com's ti discufesin tho nominashujis.
Deekin Program, wuz indignant, "Good
Heavens!" said fie, with horrors in his
sainted face, "Kin it bo that men per
fessin nashnel viows wood oiler sich an
insult to Kentucky ez fo nominate sich
a man cz Grant, who, sword in hand,
devastaid her fertile Holds and piled the
bodies uv her nootral sons who resisted
his advance mountains high? Kin it
"Easy, Bcekin," replied I, "stlddy!
stidtly! Don't take posishon rashly, ft
ain't impossible that we may hov to
nominate Hancock or some othor sojer.
In that event but T'vo sed onuiT.'J
"AVell at all ovencc,"scd the Deekin,
"its a most hoomiliatin thing to hov
thrown in our faces a infamous propo
sislien to pay a debt inkurred in a infa
mous attempt to subjoogate us to pledgo
our labor to pay a debt unconstitoqsh
unally inkurred, and un "
"Deekin," sed I, "yoor zeal I do ad
mire, but yoor icely indiscreet. It may
be found necessary in order to carry Noo
York to nominate Belmont's man, who
will be pledged to this very thing. Go
a little slow."
"Well, however that may be, it's n
burnin shame to throw into Kentuck's
face a Abolishlnist two uv em in fact
"Deekin," (1 spoke this timesovcroly)
"yoor very indiscreet to-day. It's pos
sible, and r may say probable, that that
noble patriot, Ohecf Justis Chase, who
hoz bin a fritoful Ablishnist, and who,
of he runs, will, for obvius reasons,
make us swaller at tho boginin a por
shen uv his heresies, may bo our candi
date. Say nothin, Deekin, that J'Q"'l
hev to tako back.'
Fcelin that rite here wuz a sp'endid
chance for an improvin discourse oh tho
nacher, objieks, and aims uv democra
cy, I opened ottt onto cm.
" Dimocrlsy," T remarkt, "is distlii
guislied Pheclly for its elasticity in adap
tin means to ends. Ono wood suppose
that I'ost-Ollls is its cheef end. In ono
sense it is. Dimocrisy is willln to sac
rifice any thing which it hqz for Tpstr
OHls. It might raise Dqckln Pogrnm's
ire to sejost the nomhinhcn uv Han
cock, on' akkount uv his s")iwto'rJns,'OV
Belmont's kiuulidato on acq'pupt irvf liis
insistin on paying otrtlioashfiljp.eht,
or Chase who hoz bin in h Is day suspec-