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veem:omt DAILY TRANSCEIPT, JULY
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALBANS, VT. :
Monday, July 27, 1808.
For At1 Trantcrii't.
Jloio then Obtained the Fitiioitahs.
The Summer of 1S02 lmw become In
delibly impressed upon my memory in
the bitterness of sorrow, which sel
dom falls to the lolof mtm in nlifc time.
I was so unfortunate as to be taken prls.
oner by the half civilized Rebels, with
about one hundred others belonging to
the Ilrst Vermont Cavalry, who shared
with me the same fate. Among these
there were three young men belonging
to Company "A." who will be the sub
jects of of this communication.
The writer eidistedas a private in the
same Company, and well remembers
the llr-st time he saw (ieorge Webber,
afterwards known as " the gentleman
from Kova Scotia." He had been a sol
dier in one of the Massachusetts three
months regiments, had returned and
was in Vermont on a visit to a sister who
resided in lirandon, when his limited
means reminded him that he should
again be a soldier. When I enlisted he
was in the room, and had the appear
ing, nf lni!i!r a laborimr man in one of
the lowcroceupationof life. His cloth
ing was seedy and very old, and espe
cially do J remember the coat he wore,
which was torn along the rear, from
1st. lie was unite reserved
and talked but, little, and attbeoutse1
but little was expected from him further
than to do the common drudging ot the
common soldier. But the old truth was
soon again tube made apparont, that
you cannot tell by the loo; of a frog,
how far he will jump.
After we had gone into camp on tiie
Fair ground at Burlington, I soon be
came aware that Company "A" fared
quite as well as either Company on ac
count of the number of passes obtained.
No pass was suilleient to allow a soldier
outside of tliecamn. unless granted and"
aigned bv Col. IMatt or Lieut.-Col. Kcl
logg. Asa general thing these oillcers
were not very free with their passes, and
were no moie so with Company "A"
than with either of the other Companies
passes were not known to be laying
around loose in camp, bull, our Lour
lianv bovs received theirs in large mini
bers, ami the regiment was confirmed
in the belief that Col. Piatt was particu
larly partial to us on account of our Cap
tain being his hon ; but this was alia
mistake, there was no foundation for the
belief. The" boys knew how to obtain
their passes and who from. All that
was necessary for any one to do was to
obtain verbal leave of absence from the
company olllcers, and "Webber could fur
nish the rest, lie was a good, or poor
nennian according to his liking, and
after having a genuine pass forasam
pie, he could furnish any quantity, just
as good. No soldier to my knowledge
ever took advantage of these passes to
absent himself beyond the time allowed
by his company olllcers, and no matter
who was afterwards in command of the
regiment, "Webber's passes were always
valid. 1 do not suppose that it is gener
ally known outside of the Company to
this day, how Co. "A." succeeded in
obtaining passes so liberally, but one
thing is certain, "Webber never was
called to an account by his superiors for
an explanation of them. To be sure ov
cry one in the Company was not favored
with "Webber's passes," he had his fa
vorites and those in whom ho placed
We had passed the ku minor of 1S02 at
Lvnehburgh and on Belle Island. The
greater portion of us had succeeded in
living to be paroled and reached An
napolis, Maryland, late in the following
September. So many paroled prisoners
had been gathered at Annapolis, that it
was found to be necessary to distribute
them, and later in the autumn the Ver
mont Cavalry prisoners among others
were forwarded to Alexandria. There
wo were near the camp of our regiment
or what remained of them, and although
the rules of parole camp were quite strict
our nearness to them furnished a good
excuse for absence from our camp,much
to the annoyance of the olllcers of the
regiment. If hereafter it shall appear
that some of the paroled prisoners were
absent from purole camp a considerable
length of time without leave, it is only
reasonable to suppose they were at the
camp of the regiment.
Every prisoner was anxious to obtain
a furlough to reach home : this was tho
burden of their conversation from morn
ing to night, yet it was utterly impossi
bio for nny one to obtain the first genu
jno furlough. I remcmber'of going my
Hclf with the la'o Senator Foote witli
letters from Gov. llolbzook, Hon. Wil
liam Clapp,an dllon.Gcorgel'. Edmunds
to obtain a furlough, but it could not bo
so done. Secretary Stanton, was very
Kind and obliging but orders were orders
Soon after, with many thanks, I ob
tained a furlough through Surgeon dale
of our regiment, which answered just as
I can hardly understand our condition
as paroled prisoners. We were neither
soldiers nor citizens, enemies nor friends,
and tho War Department would grant
us no privileges at that lime, further
than to supply us with food and cloth
ing, and order us to remain where wo
wore. Our status it seemed was not sat
isfactorily understood by any one. It
was very plain to bo seen that if any one
reached home before their exchange
was announced, that it would be in a
clandestine manner. Some of the boys
did not wish to be absent without leave,
others only sought the opportunity.
J lie writer chanced to be in charge of
the Vermont Cavalry prisoners at Alex-1
andrla and Webber, (who had been my
comrade during the round trip) came to
me one mornlngand reported that Atch-
inson,I51iun,and himself lad decided in
be absent for a few weeks and if anv in-
luiricswere made for them, or if they
were wanted, to look for them at the
regiment, lie said they were in the
way to raise the ivind, that they had
been penniless long enough. None of
us had received pay for our services for
about eight months, and he had finally
discovered an opening. Col. Sawyer
had given Cupt. Erhardt orders to fur
nish (hem with their descriptive lists,
ind as it subsequently appeared they
did not remain with (lie rcgiinenl long
I ( was not an easy (ask for (lie unin
itiated to cross Long Bridge, but as usu
al their papers were all (hat was (o be
leqtiircd. Without a dime, (he trio
took lodgings at one of the first class ho
tels in Washington, where paper,
blanks, red and black ink were brought
into requisition. In the first place, they
died on (lie Commissary of Subsist
ence for commutation of rations, while
they were prisoners over (lie lines. Up
on examination their naners were
found (o be correct, and (be money was
paid over. Next (hey pre.-ented their
descriptive lists at the oilice of the Pay
master-General, for eight months' back
pay. Here was a difficulty ; their des
criptive lists showed that they were yet
prisoners of war and they could not re
ceive their wages until their exchange
should be effected. Thereupon thev re
tired to their rooms, and during the
night they found a General Orderof ex
change of all prisoners paroled two
days previous (o our release, and
changed dates (o correspond. These pa
pers together with the published order
were again presented the next day, to a
subordinate Paymaster; everything was
found to be correct and they received
their wages. This was a decided sue
It will be remembered that the Otb
Maine regiment was nearly annihilated
a short time previous, at the battle of
ntietam, and it had gone home to re
emit at Portland. The three assumed
(o be soldiers belonging to that regi
ment who were prisoners in iiebcidom
when the regiment was ordered home.
I hey wore Infantry clothing which
they, and the rest of us had received
from .Lieut. Jed. J'. Clark, (now of
Higbgate) when we arrived at Annapo
us, iroiii ueno isianii. Mcut uiaruwas
acting Quartermaster at (he time at
Purole Camp. Alcliinson was tliesergt
in command, who had in his posses?
ion orders from Gen. Banks Command
ing tho "Defences of Washington, trans
niittcd til rough the olflce of Asst. Act
ing Adjt. Gen. Drake DeKay to proceed
toNo. 7!) White street, New York
where transportation would be furnish
ed to Portland.
Sergt. Alcliinson with Corp. Blinn
and private Webber, appeared at the
gate of the B. & O. Bailioad Depot, and
were abruptly slopped by the guard
while passing. Webber immediately
addressed Atchinson in his characteris
tic cool manner: "1 say, Sergeant
how long are these things going to con
tunic, are we to be stopped at every
street corner by these fancy home
guards? We have orders from Gen
Banks to proceed to Maine to join our
regiment, what is the use "of fooling
with these fellows'."' "All right," re
plied the guard, who excused himself
by saying that he was only acting in
the discharge of his duty. The guards
at the depot passed them, and no fur
tber difficulty was experienced until
they reached Baltimore. Here other
guards and detectives boarded the train
when every man was required to give a
satisfactory account of himself, and if a
soldier, he must exhibit his papers.
Everything was satisfactory and the
trio passed on.
When they arrived at New York,
they changed their minds and did not
report at No. 70 White street for trans
portation to Maine, but with blanks in
their possession produced three regular
furloughs. These furloughs were duly
transmitted back and forth, signed,
scaled, and countersigned with red ink
in true army style. Drake De Kay's
name especially appeared upon each of
them as larrc as life and quite as accu
rate. This name, though dillleult to
imitate the genuine, was handsomely
executed by Webber with a rubber pen.
They had reached Burlington honor
ably enough to themselves, considering
the circumstances, and had enjoyed a
lengthy and jolly time, when very un
expectedly Capl. Erhardt arrived in
town. It is unnecessary (o remark thai
they did not seek his acquaintance, and
Webber, immediately had business in
Massachuibclts. Tho Captain despatch
ed a messenger for Blinn, to call upon
him at his private rooms, which message
itwns nccessaay to repeat two or three
times before Blinn could sec thepoint.
Finally Blinn yielded, and succeeded in
satisfying Erhardt, that It was all right,
or should be made so,
Previous to tho expiration of tlioiir-
loiuhs, Atchinson and Illinn, called on
Maj. Austine, who was then command
ing in Burlington, to obtain transporta
tion on their furloughs back to Wash
ington. Maj. Austine examined their
papers and being found correct an order
of transportation by Maj. Austine en
dorsed thereon and in due time Atchin
son and niinn, were back in Washing
ton. They returned over Long Bridge
with one of our olllcers, who happened
to be in Washington M idi a squad of
men for an additional supply of horses.
Webber, came on afterwards a, found
a pass in the Post Office with which to
return over Long Bridge into Virginia.
He arrived at the regiment only the day
previous (o the official announcement of
his and our exchange by Mitj. Collens
commanding, and immediately went on
Others may have fallen under the
guns of the enemy, or for crimes com
mitted against discipline, yet each of
tbo three served honorably through
their three years' term of enlistment,
d at last accounts were living; Sergt.
Atchinson at Jericho, Charles II. Blinn
at the Welden House, St. Albans, and
George Webber, Clerk of a County
Court down in reconstructed Texas.
Long may they wave. Syimiox.
St. Albans, July 2-1, UUS.
..MICHIGAN H)di. AIAHKI-IT. It IS
stated that in Kalamazoo county Michi
gun, over 500,000 pounds of wool have
been bought up this season, (lie highest.
price reported being-1.") cents. At Mount
Clemens, Malcomb county, about Ho,
000 pounds have been purchased, Hi
cents being the highest price. At Niles,
in Berrien county, 10,000 pounds have
been bought at prices ranging from
to !!S cents.
Grand Isle Counft llepnbiean
The Union Bepublican voters of
Grand Isle County are requested to meet
at the Court House in North Hero on
Saturday, August 1". 1S0S. at 11 o'clock
A. M., to nominate a Senator and
County Olllcers for the year ensuing.
J l. II. Bnvxoi.ps, ")
J. II. CiiamukiUjIN, -Committee.
J. M. Uawiuoan, I
BQylf anything looks more dirty and
disgusting than a coat covered with dand
run", it is certainly not known to mod
crn society. "Barrett's Vegetable Hair
Bcstorativc" will effectually eradicate
dandrufrin a single thorough applica
tion. To this valuable preparation was
awarded the only prize medal ever bo-
stowed on any compound for the hair.
Po urji kccpslc J'rcss.
fed?" My wife's choice, ami the whole
laimly prefer it. Airs. b. A. Allon'slin
proved (new style) Hair Restorer or
uressing, (in one Dome.) jsvory JJrug
gist sells it. Price One Hollar.
ft" J. AV. Hornor, of Parkersburg
West Va., says mat Dr. 11. Anders
Iodine AVater cured him of Scrofula
He had 157 running Ulcers when lie
commenced taking the medicine. Per
sons afllicted should make a nolo of this
and send to J. P. Dinsniore, ISO Dev St.
New York, for a circular concerning
mis remarKauio remedy.
Xf2" The wife of Socrates was said to
be a great scold. Had her husband fur
nished her witli Bonne's Pain-Killing
Magic Oil to cure a painful toothache
and lieadacne, slie would, no doubt
have been one of the best women of that,
The excellent American Organ, man
ufacturcd by S. D. & II. AV. Smith
Boston, used at the lateconvention.de
serves an especial notice, a large double
banked instrument of 14 stops, whose
heavy sub-bass notes were distinctly
heard above the whole chorus of ;J50
voices, while accompanying the recita
fives in the oratorios, the, the effect of
me soit stops and tremolo were very
striking. Ave notice that tho use of
these beautiful instruments is beginning
to bo appreciated by musical societies in
the larger cities. JJurtiiiflon Free .frees,
Savi: Youn Doctou's Bills, AVlien
Dr. AVister's Balsam of AVild Cherry
will euro coughs, colds, bleeding at the
lungs, and arrest the fell destroyer, Con
sumption, it docs more than most pliy
sicians can do. The use of a single bo't
tie, costing one dollar, will satisfy the
most incredulous that they need look no
f ii r i ! i ..r.i
iiuiucr ior me leiiuueu am.
New Auction, Commission,
TITHE Undersigned has opened an auction and
X. Commission Store
1) J I S C 0 L I ' S i K W 1!L 0 C K ,
OAT LAKE ST MEET'.
Where may bo found a largo Stock of Goods
of all dcscritio:is
Prints, Delaines, Crockery Plated Goods, Olass.
Ware, Ac, which will bo sold 20 per cent, lower
than at other establishments in town,
Tablo Linens, Counter Panes and Diaper
Wire all purchased at .Stewart's in Now York.
Auction sales every Tuesday and Saturday
All kinds of household goods will be bought,
or taken for sale on commission.
STBW S T Y X E S ! !
Stf E W PRICES!
I'hn miilrTxii'iiMl u"imll romioi'lfnlh' infiiim
tin1 public that thi'V havo bought out Jlr. (ltd.
Whore they will ho uai to show tlinir now nail
complete utocu 01 fjooils, t.oiihlstlii; ni
A7v'H' STYLES OF CLOTHING!
In fact wo can clothe the man from hemlto foot
Please call and examine our (roods.
Lake Street, St. Albans, Vermont.
.MOltTON A. 1'KItCY.
AI.llllllT N. l'llKl'Y,
il; nltli Win. N. tl.iltli At
II. (1. MOll'IO.N.
Notice to Farmers.
7Ql SA1.K by tho subscriber, the latest hn
; proved lightest draught and best Mowing
.uaelunes in tne woiw, aim me new ami latum
improved llorso May Italic, Manufactured by tho
Kuillen blowing jiaciuno uo., mux-ester, .Mass.
I will sumilv all extras necessary to renair said
Machines. All wanting Machines will do well to
call and examine the Jlaclunciy heioro purclias
ing foi.V other.
s. 1'. I.each. oi Sheldon, is authorized to re
ceivo orders tor the above Machines.
OHO. W. KlDM-lli.
Swindon. May lifitli. lHfitf. 218-'Jins
CIKNTS WANTED TOli T1IK
LIFE OF GEN. U. S. GRANT.
l$y lion. Ilcnrv C. Dcnutig. Tho oitbj cork of
the kind twivtl midr)' tlic piwrttou ami bu we ait
thoritij of Grind himself. Tho author is well
linowii as ono of tho most brilliant writers and
eloditeiit orators In tho country. Atrents will
lind this one of tho most intensely interesting
bioirranhics ever published in America, and will
meet with si ready sale. 1'or particulars, address
. K. SUJtAIMlU.N .V IU l'li Asylum SStreot
Hartford, Ct. 212-Iw
npillScolebrattcd trotting stallion will servo
X mares the present season at
E, H, BEAL'S STABLES
Columbus is so well known in rrnnhln (,'oun
tv that it is hardly necessary to Hay a word of
his value to farmers who wish to raiso valuable
Colts were as universally known as trotters. Ho
(Jolts stand vely high in New York. He was ac
knowledged to bo tho best ".Stallion, and
took t ho llrsl premium as such, at tho West
Chester County Fair. At tho rctpiost of inaiiv of
tho most prominent men of 1'ranklin County Vt.,
his present owner consented to let him anil
tho present season for Marcs. In order to uiv
entire satisfaction to all of tho many friends of
tho horse, the price lias been lixed low. Tho
uveiago height of his colts is from 15 to 11! hands
high, and weight from 10 to 1,200 lbs.
215-tf UL1AK1M V. VVUMll.
1011 SALE.--A pleasantly locirtcd residence
. in St. Albans, with 0110 or two acres of
land, as may bo desired. Twelve good rooms,
culler, 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 tho price, asked. Tonus very easy,
Foo further particulars, enquire at tho Tjias
MJMiT nillcc. 215-th-
DAINEL J. STAZNARD'S ESTATE.
fPHE Subscribers, having been appointed by
JL the Honorable Probate Court for tho District
ol Franklin, Commissioners, to receive, examiuo
and adjust all claims and demands, of all per
sons, against tho cbtato of Daniel J. Stannard,
lato of St. Albans, in said District, deceased, and
all claims and demands exhibited in oO'set there
to, do hereby givo notice,. that, six months from
the sixth day of July, A. D 1808, aro allowed
by said Court, to the creditora of said deceased,
to exhibit and prove their respective claims be
fore us, and that wo will attend to tho duties of
our appointment, at the Probate ollico, in St.
Albans, in said District, on tho 2'Jth day of
August and December, A. D., 18(18, from 10
o clock in tlui loreuoon. till 1 o clock in the alter-
noon, on each of said davs.
LULIUS D. SMITH, I Commis
J. W11EF.LF.H UAltNES. f shiners.
Dated at St. Albans, this Oth dav of July, A.
l'liteiiix Mutiuil Liib Insurance Co,,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
A favorahlo opportunity is presented to ener
getic and reliable business men who can dovoto
their entire timo to tho business, to represent
this old. staunch, and most successful Lite Com
pany, in unoccupied territory in tho Stato of
Vermont. Tho many popular features peculiar
to tho Pluenix Mutual, and tho great advantages'
!i ...V. I..II...J I 1. 1!.. 1'.. v..v..
ii (mum iu mu uinuj mg; iiiuiiu iin jiruiiuui iruiu
restrictions on travel and. occupation its non
forfeitable policies--its liberal premium bystem
(lio economy of Uie manag. incut, and its largo
auuual dividends, render it tho most proiltablo
Com j Any to Agents desirous of realizing a hand
somo competency by their.chtorpriso and ener
gy. Apply to C. L. BAUCOOK,
Stato Agent Pluenix Mutual Lifolns. Co.
dO-tf Union Dloek, Rutland, Vt.
PAl'EH and Linen Cull's, a largo assortment,
at AVM. N SI1ITH it CO'S.
rnO THE WOItKING CLASS. Farmers, Mo
X chanics, Ladies, and everybody. I am now
prepared to furnish you with constant employ
ment at your homes tho whole of your timo, or
iu your sparo moments, llusincsa new, light
and profitable. Fifty cents to $5 per evening is
easily earned by persons of eitlicr sex, aj)i tho
boys and girls earn nearly as much as nieii.
Great inducements aro offered those who will de
vote their whole timo to tho husiiicsu, and, that
overy person who seps this notice may send me
their address and test tho business for thom
selves, I mako tho following unparalleled offer:
To all who aro not well satisfied with tho busi
ness, I will send f 1 to pav for tho trouble of
writing mo. Full particulars, directions, Ac.,
sunt free. A sample will bo bent by mail to ajj
whp sopd 10 cents. Addrosa E, 0. AL.LEN,
QU'Im Augusta, Maine,
DEWEY, NOBLE & CO'S I
INS IT B A.NCE
A O 31 N C Y
"ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY OF
capital axi) siiHPi.us. s-i.s.i:i..'ki:i.'iu.
HOME INSURANCE COM PA NY OF
CAPITAL AM) SimPLUS, SU.tVJU MIC 7H,
11AHTFOHD Flltti INS. COMPANY
OK IIAHTl'Oltl), CONN".,
CAPITAL AMI NlJUPLi:.S, S-4.OOU.000 00.
INS. COMPANY NORTH AMHR1CA
CAPITAL AXI) SiritPLU.K, Si,000,000 00.
NIAGARA F1HE INSURANCE CO.
OF NF,W YOUK,
CAPITAL AX I) MJltPLUS, $!,. '00,000 00.
SECURITY INSURANCE CO. OF
CAPITAL AXI) SCIIPLUS, . $1,177,777 I'4.
LORILLARI) FIRE INS. COMPANY
OF NEW YOUK,
CAPITAL A XI) SUKPLUS, $1 500,000 00.
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE IN. CO.
OF NEW YOUK,
V.l I'lTA L A.'l) SUItl'l. US, $75 1,01)0 00.
CORN EXCHANGE INS. COMPANY
OF NEW YOltK,
CAPITAL AXI) SirilPLUS, 55O,U0O 00
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO.
OF HAKTFOltl), CONN.,
CA PJTAL AXI) SL'JtPL US, $500,000 10,
ROGER WIIjDIAMS INS. COMP'Y
OF PROVIDENCE, It. L,
CA PITAL AXI) HUliPL US, S2Ul,U.-8 81.
CJLENS FALLS INSURANCE CO.
OF GLENS FALLS, N. Y.,
CAP I TA L AXI) SUUPL US, $218,32'.) 18.
Fire and Marine Insurance effected at this Agen
cy iu any of the above well known Companies.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF
. i , , NEW YOltK.
Tho Oldest and Largest Mutual Insurance Com
pany iu tho United States.
C'.l PITA L AXD ASSKTS,
Life and Accident Insurance
Either bcpcrately or combined, at the lowest
rates of Premium in tho
TRAVELLER'S INSURANCES CO.
OF IIAUTFOllD, CONN.,
CAPITA L AXD ASSKTS, 11,000,000 00.
All losses promptly attended to and settled at
this Agency. Large Security, Fair 'rolt, and
Insurance to any amount effected on tho mnit
DEWEY, NOULK fc CO,
OJHco corner Lake and Main St., St. Albans,
Vermont. ' dl-tf
new iadies store,
uppoMte Store of Saxe ,V Place In building
formei lv occupied by S. S. . J. A. lledard. l.a
tiles will lind here a eomplote and choice assort
incut of l-aiu-.v Dry got da lust received Trum
market, such as
Fringes all colors.
Fans, a rich lot.
Valencienes and Thread Lace
A nico lino of French Cambrics and Fancy
Lawns. A new Kid Olovo which surpasses any.
thing vet irought into this market, ami mir
ranted. All of which will bo sold at reasonable
prices. Ladles will lind it to their advantage to
call and examine for themselves.
Dress 1 and Cloak making in all its vaiiellen
under tho skillful supervision of Miss KUcii
Moore, long and favorably known to tho inhabi
tants ot tins village and vicinity.
Agent for WILCOX A OI11HVS Sewing Machines.
1;J-tl; L. 1'. KiMi-To.v. "
THE ST. ALBANS BRIGADE BAND
Aro prepared to furnish music for
And 011 other occasions where Hand and String
Music is required.
Orders addressed to
GEORGE E. KINSLEY,
W . H . SMITH.
At the Treinoiit House, will receive prompt at-
M'GOWAN & BROWN
SAD l) ,ilt )', CAlllllAGF,
o have tho largest and best assorted stool; Of
goods of every description, in the above line, to
bo found in tho State. As agents for the largest
llelting Factories, wo keep a supply of
LJJA T11EU llELTIJS G
Of all sizes on hand. Wo oiler a full and com
pleto assortment of
Curriayi! and Jfarnemt Maker' Supplier,
A.,.1 ...... ...... ut.,.. 11.. !.,: . 1 ..
..1.,. 1111: iwiiniuiiuj ii;ruiwilK eilllHlguuieUlS OI IV
superior article of Oak and Hemlock Harness
Leather, Patent Collar and ltussct, Oruiu unil
Split Skirting and Winker. Hard and soft Dash,
Ennainelcd Oil Top and
(7 Jt A J X HOOT L B A TIT Ell.
CARPETING AND OIL CLOTH,
Which wo offer at a low cash llguro.
McGOWAN A llllOWN,
.1. rnoniisoiiAjt .m'oowan, ) St. Albans, Vt.
tlUOIKlK W. llllOWN.
WllOIXH.U.i: AMI 11HTAII, IWAI.KU IX
S K K DS
BARNES'u BLOCK, LAKE ST
St. Albans, May 14, 1808.
Wm (Welded by I ho V. 11. Slate ln1r
and Ii now conceded bv Ilia public to be
the very uctt i rt'iinruiion lor lie coring
uray or uaeu nair 10 im on pun i coiori i
nponinllnit t Mrnutli r,llAlln lit.-
mors aim duiiuiuii, ana iur urcftinff t l
nil iipiiin ltitr urn nair. nil irea -
irom noiaunoui urufft, uoea ioi s ,t,
fiiln Ilia flnpat fuLrlc. and W
ltMfi the Bcalp CLEAN,
lito nair ii it'll, anti
J. R, DARRETT & CO,, Propilaton.
M.VJJCllCSTEK, N. II.
Sold by all Druggists.
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First Class Groceries ! 1
DAltKOW 11I.OOK, ST. AIiHANS, VT,
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St. Albans, Vt., May. 2, 180C