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ST. LBVNH VT., PKTJ)A.Y5 .JTTjSTK 152, 1S6S.
LAKE STIt HIST.
MORTON & PERCY
Having bought of O. W. Blodgett IiIh new and
entire stock nf
til 10 Eh,
Fool satisllcd in savinir Id
thp public t lint thev
ran sell goods as low iih cnii lio bought In Frank
mi County. All wo ask is to have eitstoiiiMs
coino in, and satisfy themselves, bofnro pur
chasing elsewhere. We hao, and tiro iceeiving,
fill tho now stylos from market, ooiistMtui of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
01' ndless vai ioties, and a largo and well selected '
Boots and Shoes, RubberCqats 1
Which we will sell low for cash. We have tho
largest assortment of
HATS AND CAPS
To be found in Northern Vermont. If vou don't
believe it. call and see for yourselves. Our
Clothing is New and Desirable, 'consisting of
' AND BUTTONS.
Boys' and Youths' Clothing.
We have a few Wintir Om- Coats left, that
ie will si 11 at a big discount from cost, for cash,
ltemember the place, Two dnois West of the
American House, bake Street.
MOItTON A PEHCV.
Hr.Nia 0. Mouion. Ai.nr.nr N. Pr.'UT.
ld.tr I ormcrly with Wm. N. Smith .V Co
Eliliii II. Huntington.
siu-cnsson hi a. ii. muxyax.
SKS attention to the following partial list ol
articles, which 1 will sell at the lowest rates
Howard, Tremoi t, Millrose, and all the difl'er
i nt grades of Walthani, National, and Unit
ed States Co's Watches. A large assort
ment of Cold nnd Silver Amoncau
Cases, of the best styles. Also,
Gold and Silver Swiss Watches.
Ladies' (iold Hunting Watches, American and
Swiss. The latest an;l best pattci ns of Gold,
Hated nnd Silver (Jhains, Fine Gold and
Pli.tcd Jewelry of all descriptions. A
splendid assortment of bailies'
. FINE GOLD SETS,
btriibcaii, Coral, Garnet, Ae., Ac. Gcntlcmcns'
Pius, Masonic Pins and Kings. Diamond,
F-iiurahl, Iliibv, Amethysto. Pearl and
Garnet Finger Kings, IN Kt. Plain
JlingSj Gold Bracelets, Silver
Plated Spoons and Forks,
F.tra and Treble Plate. Tea sets, CaBfors, Cak'e
Baskets, Vases, Ac, Ac. Coin Silver Spoons,
Thimbles, A-e. A very largo stock of
Gold and Steel Spectacles, every pair
sold warranted to suit. Pocket
Knives, Shears and Scissors of the 1st (piality.
1 shall receive from day to day now stylos of
Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, which I will
sell at the lowest market rates.
no Watch repairincr and ongraving dono
HAT AND CAP STORE,
SOUTH MAIN STKTCET
The undersigned keeps constantly on hand a
lull supply of
HATS, GAPS, FUJIS,
0 LOVES AND MITTENS,
VM1UWLLAS, ' '
And an assortment of Gent's Furnishini: Koods
in his lino of trado equal to any in stylo and
excellence) of goods, nud at reasonable prices.
Holms every thing in tho hat line, from com
inoii straw to tno iasi siyio
of Milk hat, and can
St. Mbaiw, Vt. Mn.v W. ISM-
171011 SAbK. A pleasantly located residenco
1 in Ht, Albans, with ono or two acres of
lainl, as may ho desired. Twolvo good rooms,
culler, cistern, excellent well of water, liouso
and barn nearly now. Apple, pear, plum, and
cherry trees, partly in bearing, of best varieties,
Also grapo vines, etc, Tho cheapest place in
town at tho price asked. Terms very tiasy.
Foo further particulars, enquire at tho Tiux
HomiT Oflleo. 215-tlr
RUBBEIt Coats, all kinds, at
WM. N. SMITH ACQ'S.
3" O 33
Print i tiG-
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 tho times will admit.
Wo do our work much better thnn can any
Ollice that ull do n job of priuling for nothing
for the sake of depriving us of it, and wc are
ready to compare, our work with any similar
elasfi of printing done in the cities, both in neat
ness and price.
Hand your orders into tho Transcript Book
and Job Printing Establishment if you take any
pride in having your printing done in n work
MPOltTANT TO STOCK (iBOWKIIS.
Blood, Beauty, Speed, Kind
ness and .Endurance.
Those who desire to raise llist-rla.-s sotek, and
all lovers of good horses, are respectfully in
formed that the llainblutoniati trotting stallion,
ill stand for a limited number of mares the en
Hiiing season, at the Hour stead Stock Farm,
Ciiecnwich, Washington County, N. Y.: season
lo commence on the 1st of May and to end on the
1st day of September. Young Dexter was bred
at Chester, Orange County, N. Y., is four years
old, by Bjbdk's ilaniblctoman, stands nearly
1C. liiiiiils'liiL''h. and in one of the best of tho get
of his celebrated sire. Young Dexter is a half
broiher to Dexter. Cieoru-e Wilkes, Bruno, Bru
nette allied to
Mountain Boy and other
known horses. Very evidently, Irom his size,
shape, etc., Young Dexter will nut only bring
gentle, line and speedy stock, but also handsome
carriage and iii.ii.ily liorais as well. It is mani
festly for the benefit of stock growers that they
obtain not only the best and most popular blood
in the country, but also that which commands
the highest p'ricea i'l market, and it requires no
more labor or care to raise-a good colt than an
interior one. It was with the view to improve
the htoek of horses in Northern Now Yolk, Ver
mont and New Hampshire, etc., that Young
Doxter was purchased by its present owner, Mr.
H. C. Page, IMitor of the J'coyW Journal- the
object being to benelit farmers and stock growers
who are willing to undergo the care and expense
necessary to the raising of good horses.
For further particulars, teims, c.lt, address
Homestead Stock Farm, Greenwich, Washington
County, N, Y. E. G . STliATTON,
j A PEOCLAI.1ATION..
-SX7HEBEAS. tho St. Albans Bank, a corpora
i VV tion, duly incorporated by the Legislature
' ot tlie tttnto oi ormoiu. jocaieoaud doing oiihi
1 nchH at St. Albans. In the ooitnty of Franklin,
has made application to inc. requesting me lo
I issue a proclamation designating some day
for the termination ot the existence ot said cor
miration: And wiiureuH,it has been made to appear tome
that Iwo-thirds ot the legal votes oi inn stock
holders of said corporation were given in favor
of said nnnlic.ition.
Now, therefore, I, Paul Dillingham, Governor
of tho State of Vermont, in conformity with Haiti
application, and the provisions ol bcction eign
t v-six and eighty-soven of chapter elglily.niuo of
tlie, General Statutes of Vermont, do hereby is
sue my proclamation, and declare that on the
twonty-nftu day ot .uarcn, a. i. inna, mo sain
corporation shall cease to exist as fully and
with tlie hiumi effect as if said eliaitvr expired by
the limitation therdof.
In witness whereof, I hiuo hereunto signed
niv name and caused the seal ot the State
i k. to' bo hereunto alllxed, in Executive Cham
bers at Waterhurv, this 23rd day of Sod
tember, A. D. 1807, and of the independence of
the United States the Hist.
PA VI i DILblNGHAM.
By the Gowrnor,
Wm. P. Dii.i.ini.uam,
See'y of Civil and Military AalVairs.
BY recent enactments of Congress, all Sol
diers who have uer ed three years and havo
received hut ?100 bounty from tho United Stales,
or who, having enlisted for three years, were dis
charged in consequence of wounds, and the wid
ow, children, or parents of any soldier who en
listed 'for three years, under a proiniso of only
$100 bounty, and who died in the service, aro en
titled to an' additional bounty of ONE 11UN
DKED DObbAKS 1
All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or
foot, or havo incurred disability equivalent to
the ioss of hand or foot, are entitled to a large
incrcaso of pension.
All pensioned widows of soldiers or sailors aro
entitled to an Increased pension of two dollars
per mouth fur each child under cixteon years of
Claims of thp aboto nature, and for arrears of
pay, olUccrs' extra pay, for horses lost in tho U.
S. borvico. commutation of rations of prisoners
of war and prio money, will be promptly prose
cuted bv application tiv letter, enclosing dis
charge from sorvlco, will be attonded to and tho
necessary papers returned to plicant for big
natures, Ac. E. A. SOWbES,
Oflleo over tho First Natioual Bank,
St. Albans, Aug. 17tlt,lB0G. 123-tf
KICOT Sacks at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
NEW STEAM MILL!
Xt-nr tlie l'Veljilit l)-ut,
Villi! IIS, VI,
1H now ready to grind corn tnual. lino or coarse. '
and all kinds of grain for feed. Tills Mill i
was Imilt by Holmes S; lilitiiclnnil, of Bos-'
ton, of the bust l'reneh Burr, is complete in eve- j
ry rcspt ct, and is capable of grinding twenty
live Implicit per hour. Being dc)cndcnt (in
1 ncitlicr wind or floods for iiower, wc can do nil '
I work of this kind without hlndraifce to our run-,
miners. osnaii oe prepared to lurnlsli corn
in this kernel, or ground, and at all timet) fresh
' and as clioap as elsewhere. Wo arc also ready
j to receive orders for
Sasli, Blinds ami Doors,
Mouldings and House Finishings of every do
Rcilption, of as good material and workina'mdiip
l as any other shop In the (statu.
I Such ni
A e. .
I i)one to ordi r with Machinery which is now and
of the latest improvements. With thcc f:Hli
1 tits to give perfect satisfaction, we solicit a
idiiu'e nt public patronage'
1 BINGHAM A LINCOLN
St. Albans, Feb, 27, 107. 151-tf.
SEE T 8EE ! ! ! ;
SOW 'ia3! coiiisv ,
Commercial Scholarships, 1
(iood for life, throughout the "International
Business College Association," lo be issued nt I
Chamberlin's Business College j
Burlington. Vt., before May 15, 1808. I
These Scholarships will be sold at the regular
price, SCO, and so issued as to secure to tho pur
chaser t;l! the privileges and advantages of the
nciniiarsir.ps neretoioro sued, and to Do trans
juiiiiiie in u secoim pnrty any tliuo witltln three
( ars alter the holder thereof shall havo been in
attendance at the College for three months.
This plan will secure to
-I thoronqh lluilnvsfi JCihirttrinn at ltvlr oirit
as the pi rson making the transfer is entitled to
vhateer price he may agree upon with
will be withdrawn on the sale of 100 Scholarships,
the limit of time not to exceed the above date.
The Three Jo;(is plan recently advertised is
fiiTAs this olt'er will be eagerh seined, and an
eilort made to clou the salo of Scholarships at
tho oailiest possible dav, and a similar offer not
again made, those desiring to secure it need to
j'or further particulars call on or address
J, S. OIIAMBFliblX. Pioni iotni-
ir?i 1,. it' tt? .
Its Effects are
It is an unfailing remedy m all cases of Neu
ralgia Facialis, olten cllecting a perfect cure in
less tlinn twenty-iour nours, irom me use oi no
more than two or three pills. No other form ot
Neuralgia or Nei v.iiii, Disease has falh d to yield
WOXDUIiPl'L UKUEDAL AGKXT.
Even in the Kcverest cases of Chronic Neural
gia and general nervous denuiRcmonla of many
veaio standing affecting iho entire system,
its uso for a few days, or a few weeks at the ut
nii.fct, always affords the
MOST ASrOXJSUlXC UKLIVF,
And very rarely fails to produce a complete and
permanint cure, it contains no di ngs or inner
materials in the slurhtfist decree in uiioub. oven
to tho niori delicate system, and can always bo
It has long been in constant use by may ot our
most eminent Physicians, who give it their
unanimous and unqualified approval. Sent by
mail on receipt of price, and postage,
One paoUanp. ,. fl (10. . , Postage 0 cents,
SK packages... 5 00 " 27 "
Twelve Paekit's. 0 00.... -18 "
It is sold by all whohsale and retail dealers in
drugs and medicines throughout tho United
States, and livTUBNElt.v CO., Hole Proprietors,
120 to 157 Tremont Street. Huston, Mass. lWi-Oni
PI, A NT A I.
This is lho be
article yet put before
the public for nil
kinds of Sores and
j 'run! ions o f tho
Skin, as Salt Kheuiii
Old Sores, Broken
Breasts. St iiijsoI In
h e o t s , Vegetable
Fullv upholding Dr
Poland's reputation as an originator of valuable
remedies, it is tin
For burns, sea'ds. frost bitten parts, chapped
lips and hands, cracks in tlie feet, (with which
old people are troubh d.) fatves upon the eye
lids, and in fact owruhlni.' to which a salvo
applicable. Price, 25 cents. Manufactured tin
dor the supervision of tho originator,
And for sale by all Wholesale nnd Retail Drug
L'ists. and nt Countrv Stores. Geo. C. Good
' Co., and Bust Bros.,
.V Bird, Boston, General
u 2S. rOIiAKTD,
Propvii'ti'V. AU1. AKeiit ior Medicines nianu
factured by Dr. J. W. Poland, viz: Cedar Plas
ter. Diarrlnea Eiixie, Indian Pile Kemedy, Ca-
that tic Pills. Ac.
ri'tllO.SE INTEIUiSTKU AHR
.,r..;n..l 11.nl r n, nmmt (n (rtli.unf.t nil Itnsi.
liuillint ..... " ..........vv .... ,
ness pertaining to pensions, bounties and back
pay. Claims of the above nature can bo pre
sented, and their t.llowaiices obtaitied, by appyl
ngto WM. BKIDGES,
St, Albans, May 10th, 1800,
Now Goods, New Goods,
At the New Book. Stationery and Variety Store
II LAX K HOOKS,
A XI) STA TWXFltY,
v i a t uh f.s,
Piett.r.Franio.Thrciulp M a .argo .MlMrtVEi'ffHKSS
Hely 1 1 l'ancy Goods, ankee Notions. Au., .1 e. nnd nrriviiii.' in KcwVork nt 12.110 p. ni. '
barge and small. These additions to the stock
previously on hand enables the subscriber to
oiler fur sale as largo a vnriety of goods ns can
he found elsewhere in Franklin t'ountv. The
entire stock is new, has been bought cheap for
cash, many articles at n large discount irom for
mer pneos. and will bo sold at a small advance,
riinnkful for tho liberal patronage bestowed
urns iar, a eouuuuation is desired.
lbans by bEONAlU), BltAlNKKD
HENKY A CO,. Waterhurv, Vt,, Sole
POIl ONE BOI1I.AB !
"Wi SELL UltESS PATTEltNS, PANT Pat-
terns, Webs, Cotton Cloth, Shawls, Car.
petings, Sheetings, Dry and Fancy Goods, .Vc,
jVc. t iiculdis Scj.l Vi-f,., giving full particu
lars: or Twclvoriudis sent for Ono Dollar,
describing twelve different articles which we will
sell tor One Dollin- Kuril.
itir Ladies and gentlemen vanted as Agents,
to whom thu most liberal indiicdiiients aroolVer
ed, and satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
j A f.r. pBipm ib sTunwr,
J. E. CAME, & CO.
With Phelan .v. Cullender's Now impioved Com
bination Cushions, patented Nov. 20, 1S(!7. Old
aides re-cushioned with tlie above New (Join-
iuation Cushions for 75 per set. These Now
Cushions have proved, by actual use, to excel
all other styles evor made. Tables of all styles
and linish constantly on hand. Also, Pholan A
olleiider's Combined Dining and Billiaid Ta
bles J. E. CAMK A CC
210-3m 11 1 Sudbury St., Boston.
GENTS WANTED FOK
MEN F OVJi OA Y
Or the Liven and Deeds of Generals, Statesmen,
Orators and Political Leaders now on tho Stage
Action, including Grant. Shermar, Colfax,
Sumner, Stanton, Shciidan, Yates, Curt in, Trum
bull, Fenton, Buckingham, Wilson, Greeloy,
Wade, Morton, Philips, larrngut, Uliaso, LPiran,
Stevens, needier, huwuui, Bmuweli, Jl, ttaiil-
im, r('(-.s;aiiieu, Howard, and otuers, wun over
forty life llko I'oilraitrt of Living Men. Sold on
ly bv Agents. Great inducements, send ior
circulars. ZEIGLEK, McCUKDY .V CO.,
210-9w Oil Aieli St., Philadelphia, Pa.
SACK Coats, in ovcrv stylo at
YM, !!. SMITH A CO'S,
1,000 MEN AND WOMEN TO
act as cANVAssuns roil a suiuus or
NEW SNGEAVENGS !
IDEAL AM Eli I CAN FACES,
Engraved on stmw in Paris by the most tint
neni bithographers in the world. For partic'ir
iars and descriptive circular, address
209-Ow 10 Main St., Springfield, Mass.
The epunvtueislup hereto-
U fore existing under tho iiamo
id iiamo of Wvntan .v
IlnntiiiL'toii is bv mutual eoiient this dayd!
kolveil. All accounts with said linn must bo
settled Immediately. Either partner is author
ized to receipt for the same.
15. II. HUNTINGTON
St. Alpans, Feb. 10th, 1803.
Tho watch and iewelrv business in i',U it hran
dies will be continued, witi piu.nptnoss, and in
a wolKIliailliKM intllllUtl s iiuiuiunuu, in
'It Work's Like a Charm."
Kcnni-'s Pain-Killing Mnglo Oil cures Head
acho. Bonne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Tooth
ache. Boiiuc'h Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Neural
gia. ltenno's Pain-Killing Magic Oil PW.'S Cholera
KeniiL-jPabi Killlnu Maie Oil cures Klieu-
Iteiiim'n Puin-Killing Magio Oil cures Lame
ness, ltenno's Pain-Killing Maglo Oil pures Skin
Some l'ull;a seem to ho promt of telling how
"lame their shoulders are" of my crick In the
luck" or. "1 have t:ot the Sciatica" and de
light in bratigiug that "nothing; canjeuro ino!"
init Wlien wo get, sucu "awiui ioikb io uso
Iticnc's Pain-Killing Magic Oil, faithfully, we
not only euro thoir lameness and charm away
their pains, but wo actually tako all that kind oi
"brag out of them 1', and they frankly own up
and sav, "It works liko a charm 1"
Sold by all Druggists, Merchants and Grocets.
Solo proprietor and, manufacturer, Pittsilcld,
olcl by Druggists Kvcrvn liens
VKKMO.VT CKXTItAI. AM) 8UI.I.1VAN
CoinmoiioUiR Mny 25, 1808.
TltAIXS dOINO KOt'Tll ANl: 1).HT
Leave St. Albans nt 0.20 a. in., 12.00 noon, nnd
8.00 n. in.
Mail Train leaves Bouses Po nt at 1:10 n. in.,
iceeives passengers from Ogdcnsburgh II. II.,
nud eouncetu at White ltlvcr Junction nnd Bel
lows Falls with trains for Boston, Worcester,
Spiiiigllcld, and with trains on Fasauinpsic II.
.. unites iiv iew loi'K at io.4r
rif nf in jr it in
, iniy i-.xiiroHrt ivnxv 3Ionlrcal it 8;:)0 rt. m
"iiiiiin ui 1
; 10:00 n. 111.. Oirflftliul, m.l. nf r..'li1 n
House's Point at 10:-13 a. m.. for lloslon. Ac.
V' i ' ' L,u"eii ai lUMii ii, in.
Mght Express lenes Ogdcnsburgh at l.OO p.
in., Montreal nt MO p. m., IIousc'h Point nt S,:I3
"lM) al V- ., niriving at Boston
atS.lO n. in., eonueoting nt Bellows Fnlls with
Llioshiro ltoad for Boston nnd Worcester nnd
'US t'H OOIKO MOUIlt AND W1;ST.
Leave SI. Albans for Montreal at 0:10 a. in.,
and (l:!k p. m. For House's Point, Ogilensburgh
and tho West at 0:05 and 11:00 n. m., and 7V15
Day Impress leaves Boston via, Lowell 8.0J a,
m. lor Burlington, St. Albans, Montreal, Ac.
arriving at Montreal at 10:03 p. m., Ogdcnsburgh
at fl:!10 a. in.
Mail Traill leaves Boston via Lowell, at 7:0o
a. m via Lawrence and Fitchburg at 7.:10 a.m.,
Springlleld at 7:1.1 a. m., for Burlington, nnd
The trains leaving Boston via. Fitchburg at
'i:ln..?'. ,,nV n,ul "l'lii'lfliold at 7:13 a. m., eonueet
at White Ktver Juiietmu with the Day Express
train. ' 1
Accommodation Train loaves Xorthtield at
7:15 a. in., for Burlington, Kutland, St. Albans,
Bouses Point, Ogeiitlesburgh, Ao.
Night Jixjiress leaves Bellows Falls at 10.00 p,
n.1,.,u'cii"tf l"sscligcrs from A'cnuont Vallev
llailroad, h aving New York at 12.1:1 p. in., anil
irom Cheshire Itailroad, leaving Boston at 5:30
p. in., connecting at White Kiver Junction with
tram leaving Boston at 5:00 p. in., for Burling
ton, House's Point. Montreal and Otnbimil
connecting with steamers niidGraiut Trunk
Trams for thoWest.
Sleeping cars aro attached to both tho night
Express trains running between St. Albans am
Boston, and St. Albans nnd Springlleld.
Through tickets for Chicago and tho West fo
sale at the principal stations.
L . ,r (- MEKKILL, Sup.
St. Albans, Mav 23, 1808.
TbAXJJ AMI ItUIlT.INGTOIV AM) VT
and nitor Dee. 2d. 1807. trains will mr
MOVING ,OUTl ANI HAST.
Leave Bnrlington.at 8:30 a. m., 1:35 p. m. 3:CC
'J',io p. m. Arrive at Kutland at 11:2,1 a. in., 1:1V
p. in. 8:00 a. m. 12.50 a. m.
bnavo Kutland at 4:00 a. in., 12:00 m. Arrhc
Bellows Fulls at 7:10 nnd2:20 p.m., A- ,1:25 a.
beave Uellows Falls at 7.50 a,
in.. 2:2o n.
3:.'IU a in. Arrive at
3:20 p. in., 1:27 n. m.
Brattleboro' at 8:50 a.
MOVIXO NOHTlt AND W'1'.ST.
Leao Brattleboro' at 11:00 u. in., 4:15 A 9:00 p.
m. Arrive al Bellows Falls at 12:00 u. in., and
5:10 and 9:5,1 p. m.
ti'i'l : ..."H vlllH nt l2'!v' ni.t5:l5p. m,
p. m. 1:30 a. in. Arrive at isuriuigton at v:n a.
in., 1:2.1 p. in., and 0.15 p. m. 1.15 a. in.
TKAINS CONNECT AS FObbOWS :
3" At Burlington with Boats on I,nl;o Chain
plain and Vermont Central and Vermont and
Canada, JWuivoaiU, ior aiontpener, nt
KfitM.e.1 I At iinf ven I ( lir, riiH inri-1
i, and tno
West. At Kutland witli trams for Troy, Albiny
ind New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady,
and the We.it. At Bellows Falls with trains on
Cheshire Itailroad for Fitchburgh, Worcester,
Lowell, and Boston. With Vt. Valley lhultoad,
for Brattleboro', Springlleld, llaytfuld, Now Ha
ven, and now ioi-k and wun Munivau naiiroao
for Wiudso,-, V. Into ltiver Junotlon, Nells Jliver,
St. .T.ihusbufv, Newport, Littleton, and the
Passengers ior tho est will hud this a cheap,
pleasant, and expeditious route.
FOK TICKETS, and all necessary informal ion
enquire at the Oflicofl on tho lino.
t-tl. Ul'.U. A. Jll'vlilUl.li, (Mipi.
WlJNTJUlt AltKAJM I JJMtiJM 1' IBUl-l),
On and .after Monday, Jov, 11, ISO I, Passenger
rPl-t,illM will Till !W filllnws
Day Express Train leaves Concord a 9.3.1 a.
m., Ior Wlnto Jtiver Junction, connecting wun
trains for Montpclier, Burlington, Knuau's Point.
Moutrcat, Ac, and with Ggdoiisbiirgli and Grand
i runic t(aiyo,si.tn, ior tno west.
Alail Train leaves uoncord at 'Jtiu a. in., ior
White Biver Junction, connecting with tram for
Wells Kiver, St. .Tohnsbury, Barton, Newport,
Wilhimhbv and Magog bakes, .Stansteud, Bath,
Littleton, and Lancaster; also, witli trams for
Montpclier, Burlington, St. Albans, House's Point,
Montrela, Ogdcnsburgh, and tho West.
Bristol Traill leaves Concord a,t 3.30 p. m., for
Franklin unit Bristol.
Evening Express Train leaves Concord at 8.11
ii. in.. lor wiuto ltiver junction, connecting with
trains for Montpclier. Burliniitou. St. Albans.
Kouse s Point, Montreal, Ogdenshurgh, and tho
Or on ardvul of trains fioni Boston, Worcester,
Pm lsnioiith, Portland, iVc.
Morning Express Tram leave:; White ltlvei
Jiuietion tor Concord, at Lib a. m., or on arrival
of train t'lvw ugdoiisburgh and Montreal. On
Mondays nt 0.25 instead of 1.15.
Bristol Traill leaves Bristol for Concord at 8
a. in., and Franklin at 9.12 a. m.
Mail Train leaves White Kiver Junction for
Concord at 12.15 p. in., or on arrival of ty.,lns
over tlie Vermont Central, Passi,tvps(o, and
White Mountains Kailroads,
Day Express Train huYVCa Vhtto Kiver Junc
tion at l.iy p., in,, or on arrival of trains from
Montruil ami Ogdenshurgh, Brattleboro', Kociic,
Bellows Falls, Windsor, Ac, connecting at Con
cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell
These trains connect at CViioonl with trains
for Manchester, ba.wit.uco. Portsmouth, Port
land, Nashua. Worcester, New York, Lowell, ant1
UnOm, ONSLOW STKA11NS. Airoiit.
H Nov. 10, 1801.
" It "Works Liko a Unarm."
Havo you Heartache Uso Keiino's Magio Oil
Have you Toulhaeho t
Havo you Neuralgia".
Havo you BhcumatistnV
Have you Soro Throat ?
Have you Sciatica V
Havo you a Bruit-oJ
Uso ltenno's Magic Oil
Uso ltenuo h Magic Oil
Uso Bonne's Magic Oil
Uso Benne'a Magio Oil
Vse Bouno's Magio Oil
llonno's Magio Oil
Uso Keiino's Magio Oil
Uso Beuno's Magio Oil
Havo vou Cramps i
Have you L'iioi.:uorims.'
llavo von Lameness V
Uso Koniio s Jungle Oil
This is tho best family remedy
to euro ail
kinds of pain, you over tiled.
It is clean, safe and delicious to use, and if
you use it faithfully, it will do you good.
Directions on each bottle. Ilityit of tho Drug
gist or Merchant where you trado. If they hivw
not got it on hand they will send far , cm your
request, and Bell you tho gcn,tvno Bonne's Fain
Killing Magio Oil, n ln manufacturer's lowest
nrieo at rot..il.
WM. BEIINE, Solo Proprietor and Manufac
turer, Pittsliold, Mass.
Sold in St. Albans by all Druggists, Weeks .t
Itoynolds, Grocers. In Swantou, Falls by D. T.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
rUUMSHUr) MACK KVKN1N0.
Office in llamas' Mock, Luke St., St. Albaim, VI,
WILUUU DAVIS, Phop'h.
WibHuu T. Davis,
AbMONT ItAltNKS, f-EMttora,
Per year, in ndvnnce,
Six mouths, in ndvnnce.
Three months, in ndvnnce,. .
mourn, in nnvniiee.
A(ienii5oniotits should ho handed in as early
an th morning of the day of their intended pub
Only a .ot.- of Jlah
'll'v,ft llay nl'i't how long a slorv;
Only a drenm, nnd yet return it w'iil ;
Only a curl from out the auburn glorv
Hint erowne.t her head, now slumbering
',piv ll1lit"0 If", ""ii yot it led to heaven
lho homo that longing ones may never win ;
She had no wanderings to bo forgiven
Before tho Golden Door could lot her in.
Only a sunbeam for a moment tinting ;
Only a rainbow in a frowning sky ,
And gone so soon, yet on our memories printing
lliosesoft, sad images that cannot die.
Only a little bird to sing and perish;
Only a little heart to beat with joy aiullovo !
Only a lock of hair to fondly cherish,
But just ono angel more- to welcomo uh abovo
Quo of lho most important BiibleetH
for the consideration of tho practical
farmer, anil yet the ono to thu consider
ation of which lie is generally most
averse isthatof the laws of reproduction,
or the pi rnoiplcs of breeding,
Tlie theory rather than the fact, that
liko produces like is generally accepted,
and acting upon that, tho mass of far
mers are content to use any decent look
ing hull, and some that are not quite de
cent looking, and to reserve for milk
in purposes tho heifer calves of their
best cows, no matter from what source
They ignore the well established fact
that the offspring of any animal is not
simply tlie ollspring of its own parents,
but also of its grand-parents, and its
great grand parents for countless genera
tions back, and Is juat as likely to in
horlt their had as their trood uunlitipn.
terms tho idea of tracing a pedigree, and
thoy consider a herd book as chaff with
which wily schemers inveigle young
lledglings into thoir snares ; but they
studiously and persintontfy evade the
main issue which is that in order to
produce a desirable creature tho progen
itor must have been a thorough bred
animal. "Thorough-bred" mcaiiB
throughout and entirely well bred, so
that liko produces like not in ono or
two particulars, but in all.
Lewis F. Allen says: In all thorough
bred animals, of whatever kind, the
good qualities aro concentrated. That
is to say, they breed alike throughout,
from sire tu son, mother to daughter,
and soon down to indellnite generations.
There is an unmistakable likeness pre
vailing among them. We havo seen
that our native cattle aro made up of
incongruities, in size, shape, color and
quality. There is no uniformity of like
ness among them. Some are good,
more of them indifferent, both lit ap
pearance and quality. Some of the
young resemblo the sire, others the dam,
and a great many neither, but tako the
appearance and qualities of ancestral
relatives generations back. They have
no fixed, or permanent character, but
are an aggregation of various qualities
nnd blood, possessing (owing to their
miscellaneous descent) no particular
characteristies which can be depended
It is this uncertainty which detract.
from their value. Use a thorough-bred
bull to these miscellaneously-bred cows,
however, "In blood is so strongly in
fused into their offspring by his own
fixed characteristics, that his stock at
once partakes largely of his own quality
and appearance Now, lctthoMMblood
of tills bull be repeated on tho half
blood heifers, and his blood becomes
still stronger in them, and their stock
more nearly resomliles his blood (there
being two crosses of it in them) than
that of their dam, who has one-half
tho inferior or native blood; and so on
to any number of these full bred crosses,
until the appearance of tho progeny re
sembles tho thorough-bred almost be
yond a distinction to tho inexperienced
eye. On the other hand, among tho
cross-breeds' progeny of the first gene-
ration, or half-breeds', some very choice
ones -will bo found partaking largoly of
tho qualities of tho sire.
The unpracticed lu-eedors may think
that with so. promising a calf, a bull
may bo raised that will answer his pur
poses and the qualities of his young
stock from common cows, (from which
tho bull sprang,) will bo good enough,
and, tberefoio ho uses him for breeding
accordingly, and finds Ills progeny every
way inferior, and wonders why it is bo
Tho roason is plain : this half-bred buU