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ST. A.LBAJ5TS, VT.9 J LTISTK HO. ISGW.
ermoiit imiiy Transcript.
ruiLisui:i each Eveninu.
OjtltT ii nW llhick, T.ah SI., St. Mlmnn, 17.
W I Mint P. DAVIS, IMtoP'tt.
'. Davis, j.yitn,.H
Per year, in advalico, $8,00
Six inniitliH, in advance -1,00
Three month, In advance 2.00
Oik month, in advance 75
Vduitsi 'iH ltt should 1)0 handed in ns unily
ns tin Hi' ruing "f tl' dny nf thi'ir intended pub
lication. Tron t Jlrcetlhif.
MOW IT IS 1C)NI2 AT MELLOWS FALLS.
A t'orroponili'nl of thu Sprlri;ltoIl
Ah mueli utlcntUm lias lately lioon
calk-il to tho matter of Msh breeding, a
sketch of a Into visit to (ho private trout
jioikIs of .1. C. Hridnmnn, of Bellows
Kails, may be of intorost. Mr. Hriclr
nian i. n 'retired lnwyer, liviiiK on a
farm a little from the center of the vil
lage. The numerous nprings on his
property suggested lohim the feasibility
of lih-raising as a means to his own
gratification ; but his experieneoof only
one year lias taught him that prolit can
he combined with pleasure. From
even to twelve beautiful springs come
welling up at the base of the mountain
where his house stands, and he has
converted his "hack yard" into ponds
of "living water," the successive ponds
being tilled with ilshesaccordingtosize.
As "dogs onljr'og," so trout eat trout
and it is necessary for their safety to
Keep those of the same age by llicm-sile-.
A trout will swallow his brother
ot two thirds his own size. The ponds
are all connected by sluices, which arc
covered with wire gau.e, for the double
purpose of protecting (ho llsh and catch
ing all loaves and sticks. In pond No.
1 are .'S0O0 largo (rout, from live to twelve
inches in length; the pond is no larger
than a good sized parlor, and to see those
beauties swimming about would make
an old (ishcrmnn nervous. They are as
tame as gold fish, and make the pret
tiest of pots. In all the ponds, some
e'glit in number, arc oO.OOO (rout, of all
ages, from three weeks tons many years;
and Mr. Jlridgman expects to have 500,
000 by another year.
TJio modus operandi of trout-raising
may be of interest to the uniniatcd.
Trout begin to lay their eggs (spawn)
about the first of November, and for
this purpose they sook the head waters
of brooks, the better to insure safely for
the spawn, the female being always ac
companied by the male on these tours.
Only a part of the spawn are ripe at a
time, and it lakes about ton days for a
female to be rid of all her spawn, during
which time their escort remains wan
them. The spattn are pressed out by the
female swimming rapidly along the
rocky bed of the stream. In her wake
follows the male, impregnating the ova
of the female. A raceway has been
built by Mr. Uridgnian to which the fish
have access; and as they enter (his in
spawning season are caught, and the
spawn arc pressed out with the finger
and into the impregnating pan filled
with pure spring water. Then the milt
of the male is put in to impregnate it.
It is estimated that the spawn of a good
sized trout contains 1000 eggs, but Mr.
Ilridgnian's experience lias taught him
that the figure is nearly 2000. The milt
of one male is sullicient to impregnate
the spawnof live lish of the same size ;
15 grains of milt will impregnate 10,
000 eggs, yet in practice much more is
used. Tlic eggs weigh one grain each
and average ltf:h of an inch in diame
ter. From the impregnating pan the
spawn is placed in gravel-tilled trays
and laid in the troughs of the hatching
house a house double boarded and saw
dust lined. Over these trays is conduc
ted a gentle stream of pure spring wa
ter, Altered through several thicknesses
of llannel, and. then of a filter of gravel.
During the entire process the eggs arc
not allowed contact with the atmos
phere. Nothing now remains to be
done except to s-eo that no harm conies
to the eggs and remove such as spoil.
The water has uneven temperature of
If) degrees, and it takes from 40 to 75
days for the hatching process.
(Uistave Doro is reported to boa mil
lionaire. The Income of the London Times is
put down at 100,000.
A child died at a New York police
station, of starvation, Friday night.
The Albany Arym comes out for
Judge Chase for the Presidency.
Thurlow Weed is in very feeble health
not able to take his proposed trip to
The Church of the Pilgrims, on Union
Square, New York city, is being demol
Ship building has not been so dull at
aow York lor twenty yours as at tno
Gen. Jlosecrans is named for tempo
rary chairman of tho DcniooratioNution-
The Rothschilds have purchased of
the Italian government, tho tobacco
monopoly of Italy, for 12 million francs
Now voric mere nants arc preparing
for a hcavv fall and winter trade, but
business with them is terribly dull just
Tho Worcester County Commission
ers have had a little over three hundred
applications for licenses (o sell or manu
The crons in Italy are reported as very
hopeful, all but tho olive. Tills in some
localities, threatens to be a failure, in
consequence ot continued uroutn.
The voting girl, an Inmate of tho
tlirl's Homo at Newton Centre, who set
tho building on nro, causing its uestruc
tlon. has boon sent to tho Lancaster In
stitution for Girls, there to remain dur
ing her minority.
-r r i 1 rtl 1
CJ&OTHmG STORE g
IjAK K KTH15I2T.
MORTON & PERCY!'
Having bought of fl. W. Dlndgett his now mid
entire ntook of
A IS' I) !
Feel satislled in saying to tin- pnlilie Unit they
run soil goods w nM ('"n '"'light in Trunk-,
ln Cimiity. All wc ask is to have customers I
conic in, and widely theincelvcs, befoio pur- '
rliash IK dsewliiic. Wf linc. and aic icci j iog,
all the new style from inuilict, consisting of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Of endless varieties, and a largo and well selected
Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats
Which we will sell low for cash. Wo have tho
largest assortment of
HATS AND CAPS
To he found in Northern Vermont. If yon dou'i
; is New
and see for
Boys' and Youths' Clothing,
Wc liiivo a few Winter Over ('oats loft, that
ie will sell at a hi; discount fwuii cn.-t, for cash.
Itenienilicr the nlace. Two doors West ol die
American House, Jaki; Street.
MOl'.TOX .1 L'KJSCV.
IIi:xur (1. JIoutdn. Ai.maiT X. I'lntcv.
ld-tf l'oinierly with Win, N. Smith k Co
Eliliu 11. Huntington,
sri'ci:s.on to a. h. munyax.
i SKS attention to the following paitial list of
x, articles, which I will sell at the lowest ratew
Howard, Ticinoi t, Millrosc, and all tho differ
ent f;railes ot Waltham, .National, anil Unit
ed States Co'h Watches. A laru assort
ment of (iold and Silver American
Cased, of the hest styles. Also,
(JoHl and Silver Swiss Watches.
.adieu' Gold Hunting Watches, American and
Swiss. The latest unit hest patterns of Gold,
Plated and Silver Chains, Fine Gold and
Hated Jewelry of all descriptions. A
splendid assortment of Ladies'
FINE GOLD SETS,
JltriiBC.iu, Coral, Garnet, .Ve., &v. Genlleniens'
i'ius, Masonic l'ins and Kings. Diamond,
Emerald, liuliy, Aniethyste, l'earl and
Garnet Finger ltings, 18 lvt. Plain
ltings, Gold Hracelets, Silver
Plated Spoons and Forks,
Extra audTrehle l'iute. Tea sets. Castors, Caliu
IlasUets, Vases, Ac, iVc. loin Silver Spoons,
Thinihles, Ac. A very large stock of
Gold and Steel Spectacles, everv pair
sold warranted to suit. Pocket
Knives, Shears and Scisbors of the 1st quality.
I shall receive- irom dav to day now stvlos of
Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, which I will
sell at the lowest market rates.
nil' Watch repairing and engrawng done.
HAT AXD CAP STORE,
SOUTH MAIN STREET
Tim undersigned keens coiintantly on hand a
full supply of
HATS, GAPS, FU11S,
GLOVES AND MITTENS,
Gil NTS COLLARS,
And an assortment of Gent's Furnishing goods
in his line of trade ennui to any in style and
fx:ellcnco of goods, and at reasonable prices.
mo nas every ining in 1110 niu line, ironi com
moil straw to tho last stylo of silk hat, and can
G. Jl. SMITH.
St. Albans, Vt. May 12, 1808. 1-d-tb
SHAKESl'EllE Collars, of all kinds at
WM. N. SMITH k CO'S.
LINEN Collars of overv description at
WM. N. SMITH it CO'S.
TOlt SWUNG STYLE OF SOFT HATS, go to
CLOTHING, Clothing for Spring at
WM. N. SMPrH k CO'S.
EYEIIY Stylo of Frook Coats at
WM. N. SMITH & CO'S.
NEAT AND NEWlL R 0 C E li I E S
IN ST. ALBANS.
Store on Like Street,
The undersigned having nicely lit ted up the
store in the American lhm.e l!l. cU, on l.ahe
St., and stocked it with a choice assortment ot ,
l II U(! S . 1 XI) M El) I CIXKS
ltespeetfully solicit a share of the patronage of
this community, feeling sure that they can give
satisfaction in goods and prices. Our stock
nun srocic or
Is complete, consisting in all the approved va
rieties, and our general stock includes all goods
usually kept in a store of this l ind. Headquar
ter lor the
A. B- A. BITTERS.
One of the hesl Spring Medicines in thu mar
ket. I'hysiciaus order.-? solicited, and carefully
and promptly tilled. In quality and price wo
guarantee to satisfy all whn favor iih with their
Store open on Sn.idays at noon, for supplying
Is. a practicing J'hysician in regular standing,
and will attend to all professional calls, lle
memher the place, under the American House,
Lake Street, St. Alhans.
dl-tf GliEEN .V NICHOLS.
THE PEOPLE'S DRUGSTORE!
TITHE subscriber offers for sale to tho people, of
X St. Albans Franklin County and Vicinity, a
very well selected stock of choice
, Chemicals, liosinoiils &c.
l'ei fumeries and Fancy Articles generally such
us are kept in a tirst class City Drug Store.
M TJCXT MEJ)ICIXi:S.
HAUt ItESTOItEltS. Mrs. Allen's.
lling's, Martha Washington, Webster's,
nig s, liarrett s, Slieilil s, .Mexican iVc, At
Such as pure spices, Cream Tartar, Soda, Mils
tard, Soaps, l'lavoring Extracts, Farina, Corn
Starch, Whoaten Grits, f:v.
I'rrscripfloiiti Care full II l'reparcil
And Druggists' and I'livsicians' orders solicited
This store will not bo undersold by any on goods
of the same quality, but will sustain, at all
events, its reputation for cheapness and relia
DUitv, and in all cases we shall bo hapnv to re
ceivo our customers, and wait on them with
proper care and attention.
n: a. ji. riant, late ol Milton, will lie pleased
10 receive an ins ineuiisanil acquaintances.
ST. ALBANS LIQUOR AGENCY.
I'uro Liquors constantly on hand for Medicinal
S. It. DAY, Agent.
F U E N I T UEE
Of all kinds, just received, at
II. LIVINGSTON A- SONS.
T7OIt SPUING STYLES OF HATS AND CAPS,
I1 cnll rrn vx v uiri'iMi i. nr
W.M N. SMITH ii CO.
17 on srma styles of pants and vest
JL call at WM. N. SMITH t CO S.
ATS FOIl JJOYS ; CAPS FOB HOYS AT
WM. N, SMITH A COS.
WARD fit BURNES,
Dealcis tn nlll kinds of
LAKE ST., ST. ALHANS,
First door abovo tho St. Alhans House, keep
constantly on hand a full assortment of
Of all kinds;
Vnd all sorts of articles usually kept in business
if their kind. Highest cash nrice naid for all
kinds of country Produce.
GIVE US A OALL.
WAltl) A HUIINES.
S . S . & J . A t K 10 !) A It I)
Take pleasuio in sajing to tlieir patrons and
menus tliat tney nave removed tlieir place ot
Whore tliej have on hand a large assortment of
ULANKETS AND WHIPS.
Also, a general assortment of
Ourniotlois "Large Sales and Small Profits. '
'i'hn-o in want of goods in our line will do well
to call and examine our stock before imrchasing.
K. C. (iAILAH, Proiiictor.
have recently rclitted ni market,
, supplied with the best of
Table, Delicacips ol' (he
Now on hand, a nice lot of
SUGAR CTTRED HAMS
J? it 13 S X-X IP I S XI
St. Albans, Mny 10, 18158.
Morton & Percy's,
PIY0T ACTION BRACE !
A superior Suspender for Skirts or J'auts ! An
uncipialed brace for the Shoulders. Always a
Suspender. A hraco or not at pleasure. ' Its
simplicity, durability, ease ami convenience
commend it to every Lady, Gentleman, or Youth.
Examine for yourself, and bo convinced that all
herein stated ih true. Prices, 75 cents, $1 (!0,
$125, tl GO. ld-tf
TTOB SALE.-A pleasantly located residence
X in St. Alhans, with one or two acres of
land, us may bu desired. Twclvo good rooms,
ccller, cistern, excellent well of water, house
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 thu prico asked. Terms very easy.
Foo further particulars, enquire at tho Tkan
Bcniir Oftico. 215-tb
j A PnOOLAMATION.
I T7-HEltF.AS, the St. Albans Hank, a corpora-
Hon, duly Incorporated by the Legislature
of the Statu of Vermont, located and doing busl-
j ness at Ht Albans, in tho county of Franklin,
1ms made application to hip, reiiuestlng mo to
I issue a proclamation designating some day
, tor the termination of thooMstmico of said cor
poration; . And wliereas.it has been made toapneartomo
I that two-thirds of (he legal votos of tdo stock-
holders of said corporation w ere given ill favor
ol said application. j
Now, therefore, I, l'nul Dillingham, Governor
of the State of Vermont, in conformity with said
application, and tho provisions of hcction eigh-1
ty-six and eighty-seven of chapter eighty-nine of j
tlie, General Statutes of Viimont, do hereby is-1
sue mv proclamation, and declare that on' the j
twenty-llfth day of March, A. D. 1SGH, the said
corporation shall cease to exist as fully and
with the sanui Hied as if said chart 'jr expired by
the limitation thereof,
InwilnesH whereof, 1 have hereunto signed
my name and caused the seal of the State .
I., s. to he hereunto allixed, in Incentive Cham- i
hers at Wnterbury, this 2!Jril dav of Scj-
temher, A. D. lSuv, and of the independence of
the United States tho '.list.
lly the Governor,
W.M. P, DlI.l.lXdltAM,
Sec'y of Civil and Military Aall'airs.
In St. Albans by LEONARD, BltAINEllD fi
CO. ,V. HEN BY .V CO,. Watcrburv. Vt., Sole
February 7th, 1H03. 202-:ini.
( on ) sv
UiiLVG:s"iilj!!Tem'a3gl :i j a .m am.
It.is an unfailing remeilv in all cases of Neu
ralgia Facialis, ollen efl'eotiiig a perfect cure in
less man iweniy-iour nours. irom tno use ot no
more than two or thrco pills. No other form oi
X- 1 -V. , I- II T 1 1
.cm aigin or nervous Jjisease mis iaueu to yieiu
Even in the severest cases of Chronic Neural
gia and general nervous derangements- of many
years standing affecting tho entire system,
its use for a few days, or a few weeks at Uio ut
mcst, always all'orda the
And very rarely fails to produce a complete and
permanent cure. Jt contains no drugs or other
materials in the slightest degree injurious, even
to tne most ncitcate system, anil can always bo
It lias long been in constant nso by may of our
most eminent Physicians, who 'give'it their
uniinhnons and umpialilled approval. Sent by
mail on receipt of piice, and postage.
Due pacKage si nil I'ostage (i cents.
Six packages 5 00 " 27 "
Twelve Packg's. . 9 00.... " 18 "
It is hold by all wholesale and retail dealers in
drugs and medicines throughout the United
States, and by TUBNEB A- CO., Sole Proprietors,
121 J to U) xruiuont Htreet, jsoston. Jiass. l&u-um
TA I N
Tliis is the best
article yet put before
the public for all
kinds of Sores and
Eruptions o f tho
Skin, as Saltniieuin.
Old Sores, Broken
Jireasts, Stings of In
sec t s , Vegetable
Fully upholding Dr.
It is the
mi originator of valuable
For burns, sca'ds, frostbitten parts, chapped
lips and hands, cracks in the feet, (with which
old people are troubled,) styes upon the eyi
nils, ami m tact everything to winch a salvo is
applicable. Pnco, 25 cents. Manufactured un
der tho supervision of the originator,
DR. J. W. FOARf&,
And for salo bv all Wholesale and Betail Drug
gists, and at Country Stores. Geo. C. Goodwill
.tCo., and Bust Bros., ,V Bird, Boston, (icneral
. M. FO&AffD,
Pioprietor. Also. Agent, for Medicines manu
factured by Dr. J. W. Poland, viz.: Cedar Plas
ter, Diarrluea Llixie, Indian Pile Beinedv, Ca
thartie Pills. Ac. 188-lveow.-
1,000 MEN AND WOMEN TO
AIT AS TANVASSKllS roll A hi:illl:,S OP
NEW SMRAVSNGS !
IDEAL AMElilt'AX FACES,
Engraved on stone in Paris by the most enii
lient Lithographers in tho world. For particir
lurs mm ucscmiiivc cuciuui, uiiuiens
L. D. BOB1NSON,
209-Ow 40 Main St.. Springfield, Mass.
GENTS WANTED FOB
ju:x or ouj: da v
Or the Lives and Deeds of Generals. Statesmen,
Orators and Political Leaders now on the Stago
of Action, including Grant. Sherman. Colfax
Sumner, Stanton, Sheridnn, ates; Curtin, Trum
bull, Fouton, Buckingham, Wilson, Greeley,
wade, Jiorton, rumps, rarragnt, uiiase, J.ogan
l'i,.,.,,,,. ii..,.i,,. y.:..,...i ii..:.i.ii in., u.,..,
l'Ultlt.,1, JJWIll Vtt,
lin, Fessenden, Howard, and others, with over
lorty nie-iiKo roi traits oi Living Men. sold on
ly by Agents, Great inducements. Send for
circulars. ZEIGLEH, McCUHDY V CO.,
210-Ow 011 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa
SACK Coats, in overv stvle at
WM. N. SMITH .V CO'S.
1HICOT Hacks at W.M. N. SMITH & CO'S.
jw ST Alt
- coiiOits. g
WfiVll oi J
VKUMtl.VT CI2XTUAL AXI) SULLIVAN
j SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
UommoiioiiiR Mny 28, 1808.
, Tit.UNs (ioino south Axi: iusr
Leave St. Alhalia nt 0.2') a. in.. 12.01) noon, and
8 .HO l). m.
Mall Train leaves House's Po'nt nt 1:10 n. in.,
receives passengers from Ogdensburgh B. It.,
and connects nt White Blver Junction nnd Bel
lows Falls with trains fot Boston, Worcester,
Spiinglleld, and with trains on l'a.isumpsic B.
It., an Ives at New York at 10.15 p. m.
Day Express leaves Montreal at 8;30 a. m., St.
Johns nt 10:00 a. m., Ogdonshurgh nt fi-ao n. m.,
Bonso's Point at 10:15 a. in., for Boston, Ac, ar
riving in Boston, via. Lowell at 10:30 n. m.
Night Express leaves Ogdensburgh nt 1.00 p.
m., Montreal nt fWO p. in., House's Point nt (i.i)3
p. in., St. Johns at fi:00 p. m., arriving nt Boston
at 8.10 a.m., connecting nf Bellows Falls with
Cheshire Boad for Boston and Worcester nnd
with Vermont Vnlley Bailroad for Springfield, Ac.,
and nrrivitii: in NewYork nt 12.00 p. in.
TIIMNR OOI.NII NOIITII AXI) WllST.
Leave St. Albans for Montreal at (1:10 a. m.,
and (kiljp. m. For House's Point, Ogdensburgh
and tho West at 0:05 and 11:00 a. m., and 7.1.1
Day Express leaves Boston via. Lowell 8.0.) a
m. for Burlington, St. Albans, Montreal. ,Vc,
arriving at Montreal at 10:0J p. m., Ogdensburgh
nt i::'() a. in.
Mail Train leaves Boston via Lowell, at 7:Oo
a. in., via Jiawrence and Fitchburg at 7.30 a.m..
Springlleld nt 7:45 a. m., for Burlington, ami
The trains leaving Boston via. Fitchburg at
7:1)0 a. in., and Springfield at 7:15 a. in. , connect
at White Hivcr Junction with the Day Express
Accommodation Train leaves Northlleld at
7:15 a. in., lor Br.rlingtcn, Butland, St. Albans,
House's Point, Ogeiidesburgh, Ac.
Night JOxprcss leaves Bellows Falls at 10.00 p,
n ., receiving passengers from Vermont Valley
Bailroad, leaving New York at 12.15 p. in., anil
from Cheshire Bailroad, leaving Boston at 5:!!0
p. m., connecting at White. Blver Junction 'with
tram leaving jsoston at o:uo p. in., lorisurliug
ton, House's Point, .Montreal and Ogdensburgli,
connecting with steamerd nmiarand Trunk
Trains for theWest.
Sleeping cars are attached to both the, nigh!.
Express trains running between St. Albana nw'i
Boston, and St. Albans and Springlleld.
Through tickets for Chicago and thu Webt fer
sale at the principal stations.
O. MEHHILTi, Sup.
St. Albans. Mav 2;). 18G3.
T)U'riiAXOAXl) IHJllLlXCJTOiV AXBVT
XV VALLEY BAILHOAD.
On and after Dec. 2d, 1807, trains will nu
ns follows, viz :
MOVIMI SOUTH AND HAST.
Leave DuilingtoiOit 8:30 a. m., 1:35 p. in. 3:36
9; 15 p. m. Arrive at Butland at 1 1:25 a. m. ,4:1V
p. m. 8:00 a. in. 12.50 a. m.
Leave Butland at 1:00 a. m., 12:00 m. Arrive
Bellows Falls at 7:10 and 2:21) p. m., A 3:25 a.
Lcae Bellows Falls at 7.50 a. m., 2:25 p. m.,
3:30 a in. Arrive at Brattleboro' at 8:50 a. in.,
3:20 p. in., 4:27 a. m.
JIOVIMl SOUTH AND WT.ST.
Leave Biattleboro' at 11:00 a. m., 1:15 A 9:00 p.
m. Arrivo at Bellows Tails at 12:00 a. m., and
5:10 and 9:55 p. m.
Leave Bellows Falls nt 12.35 p. in., 5:15 p. m.
10.00 p. m. Arrive nt Butland at 3:10 p. m.,
siaio p. m. ia:a.) a. m.
Le;no Butland at (i.00 a. in., 1.20 p. in.. 3.20
in. 1:30 a. in. Arrive at Burlington at 9:45 a.
in., l:2o p. m., and 0.15 p. in. Lb) a. m.
THAINH CONNECT AS FOLLOWS :
K3' At Burlington with Boats on Lako Cham-
nlain and Vermont Central and Vermont and
Canada Hailroads, for Montpelicr, St. Alhans,
House's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, and tho
West. At Butland with trains for Troy, Albany
and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady,
and the West. At Bellows Falls with trains on
Cheshire Bailroad for Fitchburgh, Worcester,
Jowell, ami Boston. With Vt, Valley Bailroad,
for Brattleboro', Springlleld, JIartford, Now Ha
ven, and Now York nud with Sullivan Bailroad
lor Vunilsor, into Jliver Junction, Wells 1 liver,
St.- Johnshury, Newport, Littleton, and the
Passengers for the West will find this a cheap.
pleasant, and expeditious route.
l un TiUKi'iiH, and all necessary luloriuation,
enquire at the Oniecs on tho lino.
l-tr. uiiu. a. JimtiUiiii. sunt.
WINTER AltKArJ QEMBN T-18G4.5.
On and after Monday. Nov. 1 1. 1801. Passencor
Trains will run as follows ;
Day Express Train lcives Concord a 9.33 a.
in., lor White Itiver Junction, connecting with
trains for Montpelier, Burlington, Bonso's Point,
Montreal, .vc, and with Ogdensburgh and Grand
trunk liailroads, lor the West.
Mail Train leaves Concord at 10.45 a, m,. for
While Hivcr Junction, connecting with train for
Wells Itiver, St. Johnshury, Barton, Newport,
Willmighby and Magog Lakes, Stunstcnd, Bath,
Littleton, and Lancaster; also, with trams for
Montpelier, Burlington, St. Albans, Houso'sPoint,
Mnntrela, Ogdensburgh, and tho West.
Bristol Train leaves Concord at 3.30 p. in,, for
Franklin and Bristol.
Evening Express Tram leaves Concord at 8.1.'
p. in., lor W lute llivcr Junction, connecting with
trains for .Montpelier, Burlington, St. Albans,
House's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, and the
Or on arrival ot trains Irom Boston, w orcester.
Portsmouth, Portland, Ac.
Morning Express Tram leaves White Biei
Junction for Concord at 1.15 a. m., or on arrival
of train Irom Ogdensburgh and Montreal. On
Mondays at 0.23 instead of 1.15.
Bristol Train leaves Bristol for Concord at 8
a.m., ami i raiililiu at 'J.li a. in.
Mail Tram leaves White Itiver Junction for
Concord at 12.15 p. in., or on arrival of trains
over tho Vermont Central, Passuinpsic, and
White Mountains Hailroads.
Day Express Train leaves Whito Hivcr Junc
tion at 4,5S p. in., or on arrival of trains from
Montreal and Ogdensburgh, Brattleboro', Keone,
Bellows Falls, AViiidsor, Ac, connecting at Con
cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell
These trains connect at Concord with trains
for Manchester, Lawrence, Portsmouth, Port
land, Nashua, Worcester, ?ow York, Lowell, and
Boston. ONSLOW STEABN'S, Agent.
Concord, N. 1L, Nov. 10, 1801. 1-tf.
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Sold in St. Albans by nil Druggists, Weeks &
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