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ST. ALBvViSfS, VT., SATrEDAY, JUNK 18, 1 80S.
CLOTHING STORE yi TRANSCRIPT L
MORTON & PERCY!
Having bought of G. W. Hlodgett hi new ami
ontii-p stock of
l'Yi'l satisfied ill saying to tho public tlmt thc
can Mi ll goods "H low an can be bought in Frank
lin County. All wo nsk is to have customers ,
I'onii' in, anil natinlV themselves, before pur
ohasii g lsewlicro. Wo hnr. and mo leeching, I
all tho now stylos from niarlii't, consisting of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
'l J IK
NEW 8TI5AM MILL!
Xciio tlir Kt-cliglit Dciml,
All. hum, Vt.
.sr. a mu xs.
H. A. CUTLER,- - PROPRIETOR.
I .-! now l i Hily to grind corn luonl. line ur coarse.
1. and all kinds of grain for food. Tliis Mill
wns built bv Holmes A Illiiiicliuiil, of l!6a-1
ton, of tlioV'ht French Turr, is complete fli ove-1
ryiespcet, and is capable of grinding twontv
llvo bushels per hour. Heine dependent ou '
. id,,,,. f. ., ,..., ,i it i
wtivk of this kiinl without liiiiili-iitire tn imr ciih- ' VAVh.lt,
J Now Goods, Now Goods,
I At the Now Honk, Stntionorv and Vm'intv Store
TO Y HOOKS;
touicis. Weshnll bo on pared to furuicli oom
, in tlio kernel, or ground, ami nt
mill as cheap as emeu here. Wo aro nlso lenity
to receive orders lor
1 nt a!i tjmoa fronli.
Wo afo MxoU'iuly
Hiisuls iiitii DunYn.
Mouldings and House rini.hiiigs of overv Hlo
siTipmm, of as good mnterinl and workmanship
an tiny other idiot) in tlio Stato.
I l'lotltro Frames, Threads, Noodles, a largo va-
, f 1,' n...1u V..t M. .!!.... l.
. . j i i iiiuj iiipuui,, i iimli;u illinium, it;., ad
AIhO, ItllHtvlllS Of
Of mill .-.s varieties, and a large and well -elected
Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats
i of til.
to oidor with Mnchiiicry which is now and
latest improvements. Willi tliu.se finili-
to pur nrfoot Kiitif'aotinn, wo KnlicH a
in nuliiio ialronuj!e'
St. AlliatiM. -'ob, 27, 18(17
SEE ! ! !
' I C T II EN,
VI0H31O.VT I'KXTUAti AMI StTM.IVAK
I SUM3MER ARRANGEMENT.
OomincnolJiR May 25, 180B.
TU.MV8 (lOINO SOt'Tlt ASI: liAMT
Ioavo St. Albrtiis nt (1.21 a. m., 12.00 mion, and
8.1KI n. in.
Mail Train loavos Uhiimo'h Po'nt nt 1:10 a. in.,
roooiM'H inHoiiKorn lroni ()(jdi'UHlmr(;li II. It.,
and coiinoi tH at Wliito ltivur Junction nnd l!ol
lowc I alln Avltli trailiH for Ito.stoli, Worcester,
HpriiiKflold, nnd with (ratlin on 1'anHumiisic It.
It.. anivoH nt S'ow York at 10.15 p. in.
liny ICxproHH leaves Montreal at K::',0 ft. in., St.
i-n-i-rn t:v V1"""'."1 lu-lnj 'KiioiiHiitu-Kii at n. m.,
,. i i.i.m j jt0,w,..H .,llllt nt 10:l5 111m ,.or j,()Hl()11) AtM ,.:
irhiiiKin lioMtoi , via. Lowell at lOtSIOn. in.
Mirltt J'Apri'HH lonvo.i O;,'douburf,'h at 1.00 p.
in., Jlontical nt !)::)() p. in., ltoiiHo's l'oint at (l.Ilo
p. in., .St. Johns at 5:H p. ni., arriving at Boston
at 8.10 a. in., eomiootiiifr at HoIIowh Falls with
Chosliiro ltoad for HonUm and WoreoHtur and
with Vermont Valley ItailrondforSpringilold, ,Ve..
and arriving in NowYnrk at 12.00 p. in.
V criiiont Daily Transcript,
ruiir.isHiii) i'acii HVKxixa.
OjHce hi llttniux' llfock, hike SI., NI. Albam, VI,
WrriHUH J'. J)AVJS, Pnoi'Mt.
u Davis, 7,,..
l'or year, in ndvnnco,
Six liionthx, in ndvnnco
riirco montliH, in advance,.
who iiioniii, in anvanco.
Lai-f,'i nnd vinnll. 'riio.io ndditioiiH to tlie stock
provioiiHly on hand onables the milcribor to
ofTer l'or wile as laif,' n variety of f;oo(lrt nfl nan
h.i found olscwhoi-o in I'ranhliti County. The
entiro stock is new, has boon bought cheap for
imbIi, many arliclon at n largo discount from for
mer price, and will bo sold at n small advance
Thankful for ilm liberal patronage bestowed
thus far, a continuation is ilcsired.
100 Itil ro!j!st'
unbuilt the "llitoi-nnticuial I
' ciiitioii.'' to bo issued at
(iood for life, 1 1 1 1
JSllMlioss (ollif;i- Ai
Chambcrlin's Business College
Jturlingt in. Vt., boforo May l,-, 1H03.
Im-h we will sell low for oiihli. Wo
largust iissortniont of
HATS AND CAPS
To be found in Northern Vermont. It you don't
hi lit vo it. call and sou for youivelves. Our
( 'lothini; i- X. w and Do.-irablo, 'consisting of
All l'rinting brought to thia Ofiice, both l'liiiu
and Ornamental, vtill moot with prompt atten
tion, at prices an low nts tho times will admit.
Wo do oiu' work much belter than can any
Oflico that will do a job of printing for nothing
for tho sake of depriving us of it, and we aro
ready to compare our work with any similar
class of printing done in the cities, both in neat
ness and price.
Hnud your orders into the Ti'unseiipt 1'ook
and Job l'rinting Kstablishnient if jmi lake any
pride in having your printing done in u work
Boys' and Youths' Clothing.
Wi lnneafew Winter Over Coats loft, that
no will m 11 at a big discount from cost, for cash.
Iti member tho place, Two doors West of tin.
Aim rican House, Lake Street.
MOltTON .V l'KHOY."
IIi.Miv 0. MoinoN. Ai.m-.nr X. l'mtcY.
ld-tf l'ovmoily with Win. N. Smith .V Co
Elilm II, liuiitiiigtoii,
4 SKS attention to the following partial list or
articles, which 1 will sell at the lowest rates
Howard, Tromoi t, Millrose, and all the differ
ent grades of Walthain, National, and Unit
ed Status Co's Watches. A large assort
ment of Child and Silver American
Cases, of the best stylos. Also,
Gold ami Silver Swiss Watches.
Ladies' Gold Hunting Watches, American and
Swiss. The latest nn;l best patterns of Gold,
Tinted and Silver Chains, Kino Gold and
Plated Jewelry of all descriptions. A
splendid assortment of Ladies'
FINE OID SETS,
Ktriihc.m, Coral, Garnet, &o Ac. Gent lemons'
Tins. Masonic Tins and Tings. Diamond, i
Emerald, ltubv, Amethysto, Pearl and
Garnet l'ingor Tings, 18 Kt. Plain
Tings, Gold Trncolots, Silver
"MPOTTANT TO STOCK GTOWKTS.
Blood, Beauty, Speed, Kind-
jican ituil aDiiiii'"."""!
Those who de.-iiv to raise lirst-el.iss .-.otek, and
all lovers of good horses, are n spectt'u'ly in
foriilid that the Iliimblotoniau trotting stallion,
. ill t tnnd for a limited number of mares the on
suing season, at the Ilomcbtcad Stock Farm,
Greenwich, Washington County, X. season
to commence on the 1st of May and to end on the
1st dav ol September. 1 onng Dexter was ureu
at Chester, Orange County, X. Y., is four years
old, by TvsdvkV Ilanibletimian, stands nearly
lfi hands "high, and is one of the best of the got
of bis celebrated hire. Young Dexter is a halt
brother to Dexter, George Wilkes, Trnno, liru-
nette allied to Mountain Itoy-niiil otner wen
known horses. Vorv evidently, from bis size,
shape, etc., Young Dexter will not only bring
gentle, line and speedy stock, but alsohandsome
carriage and i'aniilv horses as well. It is niani
I'estlvfor the benefit of stock glowers that they
obtain nut only the best and most popular blood
in the eountrv, but also that which commands
tho highest prices ri market, and it requires no
more labor or euro to raisu a good colt than an
inferior one. It was with the icw to improve
the stock of horses in Northern Now York, Ver-
i niont and Now Hampshire, etc., that Young
Doxler was piirchaseil by lis present owner, .ur.
H.C. Tago, Editor of the I'fPjih'.t Jownul- the
object being to benetit farmers and stock growers
who are willing to undergo the care and cxpon-o
noeosiarv to the raising of good homes.
l'or further particulars, terms, etc., address
Homestead Stock l'miii, Greenwich, Washington
Countv, N. Y. V.. G. STTATTON,
XTrilETEAS, the St. Albans Tank, a eorpora
YV t'o'i. dulv incorporated by the Legislaturo
of the State of Vermont, located and doing busi
ness nt St Albans, in the coiwity ot I'ranUlin,
nas niaiio application iu me, lunuinun,
Thi'so Sehnliiii hips will bo sold at the regular
price, $,")(l, isiul so ismu d as to si cure to tho pur
chaser i.i) die pri ilege. :.ml nd iiiitnges of tlio
Scholnishijis heretofore issued, and to bo trans
ferable to a second party any time within three
yi.nrs niter tho bolder thereof shall lnvvo been in
attdidaneo at tlio College for three months.
This plan will secure to
a o t m m es m
A IhuVDujh Jlitxhtmx l'thiciilriii al Hair orn
as tho por.-on making the transfer is entitled to
whatever price he may agree upon with
win bo withdrawn on the sale of 100 Scholarships,
the limit ol time not to exceed the above date.
The 77i) i- Months plan recently advertised is
ISA" An this ofl'i r will bo e.tgcrlv si i.ed, and an
effort made to close the sale of Scholarships at
the earliest possible, rtn, and a similar oiler not
again made, those desiring to secure it need to
l'or lurthcr tuirticuhu-s call on or address.
J. H. UHAMllKJ" -ImrliiiKlnn, Vt.
H)2-tr C. II
$ COIiOKS. g
"Old by i)r!!i4iss
TUAINS (lOINO XOtlTU AND WHST.
Leave St. Albans for Montreal at 0:10 n. m..
nnd (i::tjp. in. Tor IIouho's Point, Ogdeiisburgh
and the West at 11:05 and 11:00 a. in., nnd 7.10
Day Express loaves Toston via. Lowell 8.0.) a,
m. for Turlington, St. Albans, Montreal. Ac.
nrriving nt Montreal at 10:0 ) p. m., Ogdonsburgh
at o:!!0 n. m.
Mail Train leaves Toston via Lowell, at 7:0n
a. m., via Lawrence and l'itclilmrg nt 7.U0 a.m.,
Springfield at 7: 1.1 u. m for TuiUngtou, and
The trains leaving Toston via. l'itehbni-ir nt
7:110 a. in., and Springfield at 7: 15 a. in., conned
at Wliito l.ivor Junction with the Dav
Accommodation Train leaves Xorthfleld at
7:l." a. in., for Turlington, Tutlnnd, St. Albans,
House' Point, Ogendi.'sburgli, ,V
Night Express loaves Tellov.s Falls nt 10.00 ,
liu, leeching passengers from Vermont Valldv
Tailroad, having Now Yolk nt 12.15 p. m., null
from Cheshire Tailroad, leaving Toston at 5:30
1). in., coiinicting at Wliito Tiver Junction with
train leaving Toston at 5:00 p. in., for Turling
ton, House's, Point, Montreal and Ogdonsburgh,
connecting with steamers anilGrand Trunk
Trains for IhuWost.
Sleeping cars are attached to both tho nighl
Express trains ruiiiiini; between St. Albans nnc
Toston, and St. Albans and Springfield.
, Through tickets for Chicago and thu West fo
I sale nt the principal stations.
G. ME11TILL, Sup.
St. Albans, Ma v 1. 18(18.
In St. Albans by LKONATD, TTAINETD .V
CO. &o. 1IKNTY A- CO.. Waterbury, Vt., Sole
February 7th, 180'i. 202-:lm.
FOR ONE DOX1X1AR !
T7-E SELL DHESS PATTEItXS, PANT Pat
V terns, Wobs, Cotton Cloth, Shawls, Car
petiugs, Slioetings, Dry and Faucv Goods, Ac.,
Ac. Ciioiilm-s Sent Free, giving full particu
lars: or Twelvr ClieitM sent for One Dollnr,
describing twelve different articles which wo will
sdl for One Dollar Kncli.
Jt-tT Ladies and gontlemeii wanted as Agents,
to whom the most liberal inducements are otVer
..i ..... x-. nlArii ik , CO.,
lil i Of. KKliKltAl. STHK15T,
208-ly Toston, Mass.
5i :;rr.M'TNi!r.ii nv
J. E. CAME, & CO.
Advertisements should bn bniulnil
ficn'uon ")nii"K of 1Ilu ,Uy of tllcir i"teil,lt-',l 1-
Plated Spoons and Forks,
Extra and Treble Plate. Tea sets, Castors, Cake
Taskets, Vnses, Ac., c. Coin Silver Sooons,
Thiinblos, Ac. A very large stock of
Gold nnd Steel Spectacles, overv pair
sold warranted to suit. Pocket
Knivus, Sliuirs and Scissors of the lsl quality.
I shall receive irom dav to day new styles of
Jewelry. Silver nnd Plated Ware, which I will
sell at the lowest market rates,
JBij- Watch repairing and engraving dono
IIAT AM) CAP STORE,
SOUTH MAIN STItKKT
The undersigned keeps constantly on hand a
full supply nt'
J1ATS, CAPS, FURS,
GLOYJ-JS AM) MITTKXS,
Ami an assortment of Gent's Furnishing goods
in his lino or trade eipnil tu any in style and
ex ellenco of goods, and at reasonnblo prices.
Ho has every thing in tho hat line, from com
moil straw to tho last stylo of silk hat, nnd can
MMlt ftU (1. T. SMITH.
St. Albans, Vt. May 12, lNi. 1-d-tb
1 issue, a proclamation iicsignauug souiu nay
I for the-termination ol the existence of said cor
! And whereas, it has been made to appear lo mo
that two-thirds of the legal votes oi uie stock
holders of said corporation were given in lavor
Now, therefore, 1, Paul Dillingham, Governor
of the State of Vermont, in conformity witli said
aimliention. mill the liroisions of section oi-jh
tv-bix nndoighty-hcvLii of chapter eighty-nino of
the, General Statutes oi ermoiit, no nereny ia
suo mv proclamation, and declare that on the
twentv-lifth day of March, A. D. 18(18, the said
corporation sbnll cease to exist as fully and
with tho samu effect as if said chart'.rexpiied by
the limitation thereof. ,
In witness whereof, I have hereunto signed
mv name and caused the seal of the State
j s. to'be hereunto allixed, in Executive Chani
boruat Waterhurv, Hub 23rd day of Sej
teniber, A. 1). 18(17, and of the indepi ndeiice of
the United States the Ulst.
l!v the Governor,
W.M. P. DlI.l.ISCIlIAM,
See'v of Civil and .Military Aafiaus.
Jtn Jlffccts are
It is an unfailing remedy in all cases of Neu
ralgia Facialis, often effecting n perfect cure in
less tlian twonty-iour Hours, irom mo use oi no
more than two or three pills. No other form ot
Neuralgia or Nervous Disease lias tailed to yield
WOXDIUU'Vl. EEMEDAl. AG EXT.
Even in the severest cases of Chronic Neural
gia and general nervous derangemen ts of many
years standing ntl'eeting the entiro system,
its use for n few days, or a few weeks at the ut
mcst, always affords tho
MOST ASTOXISIlLXa IIET.IEV,
And vorv rarelv fails to produce a complete and
porniaiiint cure. It contains no drugs or other
IllltlOliaiS ill UIO SllUlltOSl UOV.lCU llllllLluua, ;i.-i
to tiie most delicate system, and can alwnys bo
It has long been in constant use by may of our
most eminent Physicians, who give it their
umiuiliuius and unipialilied approval. Sent by
mail on receipt of price, and postage.
One package 51 00 Postage (1 cents.
Six packages.... 5 00.... " 27 "
Twelve Pnckg's. . 0 00.... " 18 "
It is sold by nil wholesale and retail dealers in
drugs and medicines throughout tho United
Status, and by TUTNEH V CO.. Solo Proprietors,
120 to 157 Trcmont Street, Toston, Mass. 18'J-(iin
With Phelnn k Cullender's New Impioved Com
bination Cushions, patented Nov. 215, 1H(!7. Old
Tables re-cushioned with the above New Com
bination Cushions for $75 pur set. These Now
-I.l 1 1 1... 1 r I
Olisuions llii u piw en, o, iiuuiui un 1, tw ,iA,jL'
all other stylos ever made. Tables of all styles
ind llnish eonstantlv 011 hand. Also, Phelnn ,v
Collender's Combined Dining and Tilliaid 'fa
bles J. E. CAME ,V CO.,
210-:iin 111 Sudbury St., liiwton,
GENTS WANTED EOT
MEN OF GUM J) A V!
pi'H.vMiAX!) nuiiu.vcmv axdvt
IX VALLEY TAI LTOAD.
On and after Dec. 2d, 1807, trains will nil
as follows, vi;i :
MOVINO SOUTH AND li.VST.
Leave Hurlington.at 8:30 a. m.. 1:35 p. 111. 3:3t'
0;15 p. 111. Arrive at Hutland at 11:25 a. 111., 1:H'
p. 111. 8:00 a. 111. 12.50 n. m.
Leave Tutlnnd nt 1:00 n. 111., 12:00 111. Arrive
Tellows Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 p. in., ,13:25 a.
Leave Hollows Falls nt 7.50 a. 111., 2:25 p. 111.,
3:30 n 111. Arrhe nt Tratlleboro' nt 8:50 a. m.,
3:20 p. 111., 4:27 a. 111.
J.IOVI.N-11 NOltTH AND WKhT.
Lome Trattleboro' at 11:00 u. 111., -1:15 A- 0:00 p.
111. Arrive- at Hollow h Fnlls at 12:00 a. m., ami
fOlHtf 'v- 'I" "Afrivo nt Hutland at 3:10 )). in.,
n ilfl 11. 111. i:Xi n. 111.
Leave Hutland at 0.00 a. m., 1.20 p. 111.. 3.20
p. m. 1:30 a. in. Arrive al Turlington at 11:15 a.
111., 1:25 p. m., nod 0.15 p. m. 1.15 a. m.
THAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS :
iric At I'.iii liiu'loo with Toats on Lake Ckani-
plain and Vermont Central and erniont and
c '.nnmm. lent roans, ioi- iiionioeiier. m. .vioiiim.
House's Point, Montreal, Ogdeiisburgh, and tho
West. At llutiaini witn trains ror i ioy, .nu iiij
and New York, Baratoga Springs, Schenectady,
and the West. At Hollows Falls with trams on
Cheshiic Tailroad for Fitchburgh, Worcester,
Lowell, and Toston. With Vt. Valley Tailroad,
Cm. V.rnl Helmm'. SoniiH clrt. llarttori . .Now Ha
ven, and New York and with Sullivan Tailroad
for Windsor, Wliito Tiver Junction, Wells Tiver,
St. Johnsburv. Xowmirl. Littleton, and the
Passengers for tho West will find this a cheap,
pleasant, and expeditious route.
FOT TICKETS, and all necessary information
eiHiuiro at the Olriccs on tho line.
1-tf. GEO. A. METTILL. Supt.
Oi- the Lives and Deeds of Generals, Statesmen,
Orators and Political Lenders now on the Stage
of Action, including Grant. Shormar, Collax,
Sunnier, Stanton, Sheridan, atcs? Cmtin, Trum
bull, Fcuton, Tuckingham, Wilson, Greeley,
Wade, Alortnu, rumps, I'arragut, unase, i.ngan.
Stevens, Tcecher, Seward, Houtwell, Dix, Ham
lin, Fessenden, Howard, anil others, witli over
forty life-like Portraits of Living Men. Sold on
ly bv Agents. Great inducements. Send for
c'ircn'lars. ZEIGLHH, McCUItDY . CO.,
210-Ow fill Aleb St., Philadelphia, Pa.
' WINTER AKRAIIGEMEM l'-1804-G.
On and after Monday, Nov. 11, 1801, Passenger
ains will run as lollows :
ll.iv r.vimwu "rnin In-ives Coneoril a' ). J.) n.
for White Tiver Junction, connecting witli
From the (lalaxy.
11Y Jl.tllY l'.t.I.llK ATKINSON.
Tho night hail come; the moonlight whilolv lav
Athwart the field whero I hnd sowed all day "
Seed 1 should ne'er behold
Wnvitig its harvest gold.
Naught even showed that seed wan hidden tlu ro;
In pallid light lny furrows long nnd bnro:
No blndo, no leaf was seen
Signing its promise green.
And on the shore the little shallop lay
which in tho morn must bear 1110 far away
Where I might never know
Whether tho seed did grow.
And if l wept, 'twas 110110 but Clod could soo
How much tho hope of harvest was to inc.
Ho sent His nugel down
My trembling trust to crown.
His gentle angel led 1110 bv the hand
Lntil wo stood upon the bare, sown land,
And then he turned and smiled,
With eyes serene ami mild.
"Tehold," he said, "to still thv human fear,
In 0110 short hour will.God unfold tho vunr."
And as he spoko the word
The barren clods were stirred,
And tiny blades crept out into the light,
And grew, nnd grew, before my woiuleriiig sight,
And then tho ears wore seen,
Long-bearded, full, nnd green.
And whilo I watclicd tho waving grain, behold
nu.mjj uciituuwn witli weignt (unpolled gold;
. uu iiifju. n.uu, Aiie Jioru
Shall givo thee this reward .
"Fear not to get thee hence across the sea,
In hnrvest-timo I'll bind thy shenvos for thee.
Tin- (!i,i ,o.. ..:...: .
J I'"" "'".I .men UllU ,
I oar not, but trust and wait."
A little cloud sailed bv and hid the nmnn
My angel comforter w'ns gono too soon.
a iremor iiiurred tlio air :
Again my field lny bare,
Except that near me. oIojq b.wtiii. mn
men Harvest, yei suouiii no.
And in inv bosom, cherished, loved, behold
Those precious onrs of sacred harvpst gold.
Such fruit my Held shall bear
1 leave it in Clod's care.
From tho Congregntionnlist.
THE HAUNTED HOUSE,
TV HKV. I. V. HOLTOX.
A STOKV Ol' LIKE IN LUDLOW.
On the Avitlo Handy nluin wluoh
Htrcttihcs iin weary monotony between
the crowded ninimfucturiiig villingcH of
Chicopee river and the quiet villages of
Ornnby and South Hudley. stands a
lonely house ten rods from the lonely
road, it is 01 two stories nnu an u,
though tho single room 111 this last is
the only room that is inhabitable. The
two story part, now a ruin, naa never
been more than a mere shell. A quar
ter of a century ago, Shubael Jones put
it nn, planted a little orchard around it,
and brought to it n black-eyed, high-
tempered wife. But ho was at that time
an incinicnt drunkard, and soon every
annearanco of comfort nnd domestic
trains for Mtintpe icr, Turlington, House h Point, im)1,incsH H0tl tlio place. And one dis
'"'i'or'w Vi.n wlSJI rK a" mal November night tlio wrdtohod wife
Mail Train leaves unicorn at -jo.-iii a. 111., 101-
recent enactineiits of Congress,
X) diers who have served throe yearn and havo
received but $100 bounty from the United States,
or who, having enlisted for three years, were dis
charged inconsequence of wounds, and tho wid
ow, children, or parents of any soldier who en
listed for three vears, under a promise of only
flOO bounty, nnti who died in thoservice, aro en
titled to mi additional bounty of ONE I1UN
iiin.'n nnr.i.Aits !
All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or
foot, or have incurred disability equivalent to
the- loss of hund or foot, nre entitled to a large
All pensioned widows of soldiers or sailors aie
entitled to an increased pension of two dollars
por month for each child under sixteen years ot
P LA XTAJN
This is the bct
article yet put before
the public for all
kinds of Soros and
'OJV-b Eruptions, of the
3'"' ui.;,; .,u li 111.,.,,,.,
Old Soros, iirokou
Hroabts, Stings of In
sec t s , Vegetable'
Ur W Unllv ,,,ll,,,lilln.r'ni-.
patatioii as an originator of valunblo
It is the
t I III
l'or burns, sen'ds, frost bitten pnits, chapped
lips and hands, cracks in tho foot, (with which
old people are troubled,) styes upon tho eye
lids, and in fact owrytlnng to which n salvo is
applicable. Price, 25 cents. Mnnufaeturcd un
der tho supervision of the originator,
BR. J. W. 2?OIlArD,,
nil fur sale bv all Wholesale and Hotail Drug-
rixlu nnd nt Coiinti-v Stores. Goo. C. Goodwill
.V Co.. and Hust Urns' - Tird, Toston, General
SACK Coats, 111 overv stylo at
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
1,000 MEN AND WOMEN TO
aot as oANVAKsr.r.s i on a shuii:s of
NEW ENGRAVINGS !
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IDEAL AME11ICAX FACES,
Kii"i-avcd on stono 111 Paris by the most emi
nent Lithographers in the world. For particu
lars and descriptive circular, address
L. D. TOTINSON,
200-Gw Hi Main St., Springtleld, Mass.
TMSSOLUTION- -The conartiiorshin hereto
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lluiiliiii't'iii is bv mutual eonent this dllV'l's-
solviil. AH acc'oiuits with said firm must bo
settled imniedintolv. Either partner is author
ized to receipt for the same.
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E. II. HUNTINGTON.
St. Alpans, Eob. 10th, 18(58.
'I'l,,. v-Wi.1i mill tiiuob-v bufiinoss ill all it bran
r-bes will bo continued, with nroniptnoss, and in
a workmanlike manner as heretofore', by
While ltiver Junction, connecting with tram for
Wells Tiver, St. Johimbury, Tarton, Newport,
Willeughny and .uagog j.aiies, Diausteaii, jiaiii,
Littleton, and Lancaster: also, with trains for
Moiitpclier, Turlington, St. Albans, House's Point,
,.- if , A ... 1?. 1 iii.,. wi.
.UOUllOlll, UgoeilSDlllgll, aim uiu utni.
l!i- stol Train leaves e;oncoru ai ;).;u i. 111., ior
I'vankliii and Hristol.
Evening Express Tram leaves Concord at 8.11
111., for White Hiver Junction, connecting witl
tvniiis for MontDehcr. liurllligton, ht. Allians,
House's Point, Montreal, Ogtlensbiirgli, and Hie
Or on arrival ol trains irom isoston, vi orcosier,
Poi-tsniouth, Portland. Ac.
Exnress Train leaves
Proiuietor. Also, Agent fur
factum! bv Dr. J. W. Poland
tor, Diarrhten F.lixio
thai tic Pills. Ac.
viz: Cedar Plas
Indian Pile Hoiucdy, Ca
Alxiniliu. r.vuress Train leaves White JUvei
Junction for Concord at 1.15 a. 111., or on arrival
ir train iVoin Ogdoiisbiirg h and Jloiitreal. un
ATiiuilnvu nt ('i.'J.-i instead of 1.15.
Hristol Train leaves iinstol lor uoncoru ai o
11.111.. nun ! 1:1111:1 ill ui:).ia. 111.
-fnil Ti-a 11 leaves White ltiver .lunction lor
Concord at 12.15 p. 111., or on nrnvnl or trains
over, the Vermont Central, Fassuuipsic, and
While Mountains Hal roads.
Dnv V.vin-ess Tram leaves winte mvci June
tinn at 1.58 i). 111.. or on arrival ot trams from
summoned her neighbors from their
beds to where the sot lay dead nt the
foot of tho cellar stairs. No inquest
was iiem, none (iouihcu mat no was
killed by a fall in a drunken tit in at
tempting another visit to his cider bar
The widow rented the place to a ten
ant wlio neither kept it well, nor paid
its rent, sue went witn ner utuo ooy,
who was quite an idiot, to work in the
paper-mill at the village then called
" ttKlnniucic". cor long years sue
changod from factory to factory as best
she could keep her son employed. Ho
was tilwavs Harmless ami sua. no was
always obedient when under his moth
er's eye ami wonceu nt ner siue. rney
earned more tlian tnoy spent, uui tno
prudent people of Ludlow, where they
last lived, feared to allow thorn tp "gain
a settlement" nnd thus render their
town liablo for their further support.
Bo thev obtained the consent of the
aircnt that tho widow and her son need
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Montreal and Ogdeiisburgh, Trnttleboro', Keenc, not Keep strict time, aim onereti 10 1111
Tellows Falls, Windsor, Ac, connecting at Con- iiIhIi a room in her old desolate house,
cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell three miles from the factory, if she
Oil cures Head-
of (bn iibovo nature, and for nrrcars of 1
pav, ofllceiH' extra pav, for horses lost in the U. j
S. service, commutation of rations of prisoners
FOH SALE. A pleasantly located rosidenco
in St. Albans, with one or two acres of
anil barn nearly ew. 10, pe ,., .. . - --;n wi . 1.,. ,iti-ndod to nnd tlio '
tenrini' 01 oesi varieties. v.....n - , , , .
necessary papers returnoii 10 pncaiu 101 sig
natures, Ao. E, A. SO WLLS,
Ofllei in-irthti First Natbv.ial Hank,
St. Albans, Aug. 17th,180(i. 125-tf
"It Worlc's ljilce a
Hcnno's Paiu-Killing Magio
Henno'H Pam-KilliiiK Magio Oil cures uooin-
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Itonni.'n Pain-Killing Magic Oil euros Neural-
1. in .
Tenno's Pain-Killing Magio Oil cures Cholera
Tonne's Pain-Killing Magio Oil cures Thou
Tonne's Pain-Killing Magic. Oil cures Lame-
Tonne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil euros Skin
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nouic IOIKB SOOI1I HJ IIV 1UUUV. . ..I.....U
"binie their shoulders are"--of my crick in the
Theso trains connect, at uoneoril wan trams
fin- Manchester. Lawrenco. rortsmmitli, rort-
1 T.,.i.,,rt ',.i.,(.uii., it-l: ,nwi i l l'
1U11I1, uniuiu. iuuvvui, 1, 1. w.., .....
MfiMtllll. U.niA)l DliiVJl.p, iVUUlll,
Concord. N. IL. Nov. 10, lBUi. i-u.
cherry tvees, partly hi bearing, of best varieties,
Murk ryvmiri vinos, etc. Tho eheanest nlnco m
town at t'10 l,r'c0 ftH,f Terms very easy.
Foo further particulars, enuuiie at the Than-
RUBTET Coats, all kinds, at TP
WM, N. SJIITH ACQ'S. I 1
nWCOT Sacks at WM.'X. SMITH k CO'S.
IXTHItESTEl) AUK. HI3UH1IY
notified that I am agent to transact all busi
ness pertaining to pensions, bounties and back
pav. Claims of tho above- naturo can bo pre
sented, and their ullowaucc a obtained, by appyl
g to WM. THIDGES.
St. Albans, May 10th, 18(50.
It Works Like a Charm.
Havo von Headache? Uso Tonne's Magic Oil
Have you Toothache ?
Havo von Neuralgia?
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liavo you iiueiuuuiisiu '
Have you Soro Throat
Havo vou Sciatica?
Havo you a llruise 1
Have you Crumps?
Havo you Choi. Morbus?
Havo vou Lameness?
This U tho best family remedy.
l.iiVls of mill, vou ever tried.
T. . , '.r... ...,1 If
ir. ih 1 101111. saiu 111111 ueiiciuun m unu, unu
would live there. Tlio moud woman
understood tlio motive, and with a Hash
of her dark eyes declined their kind
ness. But she soon bought a littlo fur
niture of a family that was moving
away and reestauiisneu norseu in 1110
gloomy old wreck.
it was now late in tne taa wnen 1110
widow Jones lirst noticed that tho grass
was disappearing from the road side by
Use Tenno's Magic Oil
Uso Tenno's Magic Oil
Uso Tenno's Magic Oil
Ube Tenno's Magie un
Uso Tonne's Magic Oil
to euro all
iiyeiio.1 in i.iu 10 i-u mi, "Mi,. .,. .....v....... . ......
.... hi i,.,,. m 11,., Ki.ini11.11'' mn 1 10- vim uso it luiiniuuv. 11 vi 11 110 vou goon
A.i :.. 1. ' .1.. II.... .r,...l.i., ..,., .,.r.1 ' l.il-eelions Oil each bottle. HllVit (if tllO Drilg
imi uiw... xv .r,.t 'huoIi "awful folks" to use I gist or Merchant whero you trade. Ifthcyhnvu
!Uhuf ATn.Mo Oil. faithfully, wo I not got it on baud they will send for it, at your
..... ....1.. iw,ii. i.mmiiiiii mn! i.linrm "nwav rciniost. and sell vou tho geiiuiuo Tenno's Pnin
tiu.tr i.nii.u. l.nt wn nctuallv take all that kind oi Killing Magic Oil, nt the manufacturer's lowest
"brag out of them P. nnd they irnukly own up prico at retail
mid sav, "it woi kh hkc a e-uuiiu 1
Sold' by all Druggists, Merchant audGroccts.
Solo proprietor and innii'ifactuicr, Pittslield,
ITso Tenno's Magic Oil
Use Hcnue s-Magic 01 u b 0i)i)osito her door.
USO 1 enno H .uagio u 1 . , , t : , fiinni,
Use Hcnno's Jlagicuil H'V" ..w.., ....... v..wv.e..
Uiuu )i)i uu u iiiuu n 11 uui 1 i.- uu gicm
wonder, tliis bare spot, with no hoof
marks on It, baflled all her ingenuity.
Tlio fence, too,, seemed worn, ns If by
loungors lennlng upon it. What could
it mean? No human gathering could
havo been held in that lonely place
sinco the day when that mouldering
frame was raised except 011 that day
when the mouldering frame of its
owner wont to its long homo.
The explanation of that mystery in
volves us in n deener one. Ono night
WM. HEENE, Solo Proprietor and Jianufac- iu Kontcmber a man from Lmdlow was
turer, Pittslield, Mass. passing tlio lioitBO just after the factory
's ','" lid announced tho hour of nine.
V"r.'r. . Ah 'Lo lmnroil thn liouso ho henrd a