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VJ1RMONT DAILY TBANSOllTT, HEPTEMBEK 1(), 1S6S.
There Is evidence of much poverty
among the farm settlements. Two
thirds of the houses are scarcely better
than Irish mud cabins. They are built
of logs in the rudest manner, and con
tain only one or two rooms each. The
clothing of the people is poor and mean
as their dwellings, especially that of the
women. This is noticeable not only in
the countrv, but in the audiences at the
theatre in "Salt Lake City. The writer
says the Mormon women arc nearly all
outspoken in their denunciation of poly
gamy; but this is a questionable state
incut. The Mormons do not call all the
women wives that are "sealed" to each.
The llrst alone isgiven this title. Late
ly, to avoid tho laws of the Lulled
.States against polygamy, Krigham's fol
lowers are laying especial stress upon
this fact. Each man, they say, has but
one wife; t he rest arc but "women." in
the worst sense of that term. This, how
ever, only renders them amenable to the
laws in another direction.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. A LllANS, VT.
TlIUHSDAY KKI'TKMllKll 10, 1808.
ULYSSJ-1S S. ( I RANT.
l'OH VICK VHKSIDKNT,
For Electors ut Larye CIeoiioi: W. Cliuxniiv, of
Vci-gcniies; H. Faiiuianks, of St. Johnsbury.
For Elector -Third District Okoiioi: Wn.
kins, of Stnwe.
Septkmiikk Elections. The elec
tion in Maine takes place on Monday
next the 14th inst. The canvass on
both sides lias been exceedingly vigor
ous. The Democracy have had f Jcorge
II. Pendleton, Sam Cox, James llrooks,
and Richard O'Gorman ; while Sena
tors "Wilson and Fessenden, Gen. Logan
and Gov. Harrimnn have spoken for the
Republican.' Gov. Chamberlain's ma
jority lust year was 11,014, this year it
will be at least 15,000 or 20,000. The
popular impression that Calafornia held
her election the llrst Wednesday in Sep
tember is wrong. By a new law of her
Legislature the time is changed to No
vember, the same day of the Presiden
We hope the people of Franklin Coun
ty will generally attend tho Fair to be
held at Sheldon next week. We u mler
stand that it will be one of tho best of
county fairs, and that no reasonable ef
forts have been wanting on the part of
the directors tho make it such. The
list of premiums does not cover any
very large prices, except the premium
on butter, but it should be remembered
that the most valuable tiling a farmer
gets at a fair is not a premium, but the
information which on such occasions
renders it easy for him and his family to
receive, by seeing, hearing, and com
paring. The best results of his neigh
bors' skill are here exhibited, for his
benefit if he will have it so; and if he
will not, then for the benefit of those
who are more enterprising. The ad
dress by President Angel will be one of
the things well worth hearing and re
membering. He is a man of fine educa
tion, large experience, and an eloquent
speaker. Wc advise all to go to the fair,
for their own food.
Senator Fessenden, in a letter written
from Mmno to a menu in Washington,
pneakes with great confidence of t he
success of the Republicans in the ap
proacliing election in that State. He
says that the Republican majority will
be increased by at least 10,000. Mr.
Blanc, the Representative from the Au
gusta District, lias also been writing to
the capital upon the same sunject, and
puts the Republican majority at a high
cr figure than .Senator Fessenden.
Tho Lowiston (Me.) Journal learns
that several leading men of Waterville,
who have heretofore acted with the
Democratic party, have avowed their
determination to vote for Chamberlain
Tho Union men of New Orleans are to
have a grand torch-light procession on
tho 12th. They expect to have 20,000
men in procession. The news from Vcr
mont gives them new courage, and they
will repudiate their old tyrants inJNo
vembor by a large vote.
Mr. George T. Curtis has a long argu
mcnt to show that the constitutional
amendment is void, because tho consent
of the Southern States was obtained by
military force. Probably he does not be
lieve in the Union, because tho Southern
consent to that was also obtained bymii
Speaking of a recent speech by Robert
Toombs, tho Augusta (Ga.) National
Jtcpubltcan says: " Wc repeat that
Toombs expressed great indignation
that Uov. JJuiioeK nau not ueou Kiueu,
which fact is so notorious that no Demo
crat in this city will have the hardihood
to deny it."
Geo. Tustlno, another member of tho
colored Democratic Club in Augusta,
Ga., has resigned, saying: "I respect
fully hand in this, my resignation as a
member of your organization, believing
as I do that it is against my race, against
myself, against the Constitution and
fundamental laws of my country, and
against my God."
The following is an extract from a
letter dated Little ltock, Arkansas, Sep
tember 1 :
"In tho largo counties, where the Re
publicans are in the majority, they re
sort tosophislry and persuasion. In the
counties where they (tho Democrats) are
in the majority, n system of assassina
tion lias uhiiuestionably been agreed up
on and is being carried out. Two mem
bers of the State Senate have escaped
from attempted assassination, both se
verely wounded, and one member of
tho Lower House was brutally murder
edall this within the last few days.
Negroes have been shot down by dozens
in many of the counties, and loyal men
sleep in tho forest'! rather than in their
houses, forfearofttsassinalion. Murder,
riot, and intimidation are daily practic
ed in many parts of the State."
The Mobile Rcyistcr talks in this
"We are asked to uet on our knees
and confess a lie which we do not be
lieve, to dishonor ourselves as self-con
victed traitors, and beg pardon for com
mitting treason, while in our innermost
hearts we believe we only lougnt lor tne
irinclples of free government, embodied
nour common Constitution. And we
are of those who to-day believe that the
blood poured out in this war as a protest
against the " unconstilutionalism " of
the Kepubliean party was a necessary li
bation to the genius of free American
institutions, and will yet. under Hea
ven, prove the salavtlon of the Ameri
Trickery in Gcoryia.
If the Atlanta Constitution is to be
believed, the white Radicals in tho
Georgia Constitutional Convention vot
ed down the clause allowing negroes to
hold office, and by virtue of which the
Legislature has now turned the negroes
out. The clause in question was sec
tion ton of the Constitution, and reads
as follows :
Suction' 10. All qualified electors,
and none others, shall 'be eligiable to
any office in this State, unless disquali
fied by the Constitution ot this Mate, or
by the Constitution of the United
On (lie 14th of February, 1S0S, this
clause was stricken out by a vote of 120
to 12. Among the yeas is tho name of
Foster Bioi'get, who in tho late St'ite
Convention introduced a resolution de
pouncing tho project of turning tho col
orcd members out of the Legislature
The Macon Tdcyraph, a Seymour pa
per, speaking of the defeat of the above-
named 10th section, says:
It was done witli the assent of not
only nearly all the white Radicals of that
body, but also ol a large majority ot the
When thisspecial provision to enable
negroes to hold office was voted down,
the negroes were then actually and pos
itvely excluded by the adoption of ar
ticle eleventh of the Constitution,
which re-enacts "all Acts passed by
any legislative body, sitting in this
State as such, since the 10th dav of Jan
uary, 1801, including that body of laws
known as the Code of Georgia, and the
Acts amendatory thereof, and passed
since that time, which said code are
embodied in the printed book known as
Irwin's Code," &c, &c. This article
establishes all the old legislation of the
State not inconsistent with tho Consti
tution of tho United States and of Geor
gia, and concluded the business so far
as negro office holding in Georgia un
der that Constitution was concerned.
Col. Broadhcad, to whom tho celebra
ted letter ot Gen. Blair was written,
lately made a speech in Missouri, in
which he advanced the following expla
nation of (Jen. Blair's views :
"Gen. Blair's position on this subject
has been violently attacked. Ho is
called a revolutionist because he propos
es, not only to call these Reconstruction
Acts polities, but to treat them as utili
ties. The Reconstruction Acts were
themselves revolutionary acts. The true
legal and political status of the Southern
States being now precisely what it was
on tho passage of those acts, he proposes
that the 1'rosideiu shall deal with mem
in reference to that status : that hcshall
treat the State Governments, formed un
der their Constitutions as they existed
when Reconstruction Acts were passed
as the rightful Governments of those
States. The President ha the right to do
this under the Constitution and the law
as was done in the case of Rhode Island
where there were two State Govern
ments, both claiming to be legitimate ;
and H the bogus htate Governments re
bel against the rightful authority of tho
true and genuine Governments and call
on the President for assistance, he can
determine which is legitimate. This is
no act of revolution on the part of the
Government, and it is simply ridiculous
to can it so. Resistance to the lawnu
authority of the Government may pro
duce revolution ; but this will bo theaet
ol the lvadical rebels who resist, and
not of tho Kxeeutive who enforces the
The gallant Colonel is no doubt a first-
rate constitutional lawyer, but he over
looks here tho well-established principle
Hint, tlin l'rnsidmif must nliov (bo Iowk
of Congress until they liavo "beon over
ruled by tho Supreme Court. Those
laws establish and recognize tho present
Stato Governments in the South. Tho
President must, then, recognize those
Governments, and no others, as valid
For him to pursue tho course proposed
bv Gen. Jilair, and disperse them by
armed lbrco, would bo to Inaugurato a
revolution anu a prcuy uioouy one n
would bo sure to turn out. Tins is pre
cisely tho 'difficulty with Gen. Blair's
scheme, and wo do not see mat uoi,
Broadliead has done much to reliovo it
A f'islt to
A correspondent of the Cincinnati
Commercial has been to Fort Pillow in
company with Gon. N. B. Forrest, nnd
writes a long account of the trip, from
which wo moke tho following extracts
" 1 left this city in com
pany with Gen. Forrest, for Fort Pil-
I ..!..... .1 II 1. ...... AT 1,1..
JUVt , hl.Vl V-Jl VW 111 HUM UUUVU .Utlllllius,
"Climbing upon tho
! grass-grown ridgo that wasonco a breast
work, wo sat down alone. I to write a
I description of the ground, tho Goneral
to refresli his memory upon tho move
ments of his troops.
When I had finished
writing I looked up, and the General
said: "I waited until
the twenty minutes had expired, and
f-eelng no evidence of the surrender, I
ordered a charge. My men at once
charged into the ditch, and, by a hand
to hand light, drove the enemy, still
fighting, over (lie bluff. When the
charge was sounded a portion of my
men went down there under the mull
and chaiged those who jumped down
the bank. As soon as we were in the
works 1 turned one of t heir six pieces of
artillery upon the gunboat, Which i saw
was preparing to give us a vo lev. mv
shot striking her on the wlicolhousc
While this firing was goingon, my men
under the bluff, seeing tlieflagstill wav
ing, kept up the light, ami it was not
until the fiag was cut down that they
knew I had possession of the fort. I his
was the taking, and now for the massa
ere. There were with me many citizens
who had been wrond, and, I 'think,
without waiting for the surrender of the
men who had wronged them and their
families, they shot them down. lien
found out that thev were doing this
(understand tills was during the twenty
minutes of the engagement, and not af
ter tho capture), 1 ordered it stopped,
and was compelled to shoot one ol my
own men who did not obey me prompt
ly. The whole lorce ol the garrison
numbered in all live hundred and illty
seven troops, white and colored, when
the light began. Alter the light we
sent seventy men, who were wounded,
on the gunboats, and then sent to Demo
pons, Mississippi, lor exchange, seven
ollieers and two hundred and nineteen
men, making two hundred and ninety-
two men in all, who survived the cap
ture. But in addition to this, forty-four
or forty-live negroes were taken by un
voting men arid returned to their mas
tors, making a total of KM) negroes who
were left, or a total of JMO of all the
troops surviving. Tho total number of
colored troops in the garrison at llrst
was 202. Some of these, as well as some
of the whites, escaped from tho works
ind ran into the woods, and across (.'on I
Creek. No man was killed after the
capture by my order, and any killing
that was done, was without my knowl
Conversion of the Jfiehcdest Man.
HK CONFKSSKS HKJiICitOX otiiku
There was a bravo time at John Al
Ion's prayer meeting yesterday. The
crowd stretched away across the street,
lor the house could not contain a tithe
of the multitude. John was there, but
not the same John that was seen and
scrutinized on previous days. Ho was
a changed man. John had experienced
religion, and made an open prolession
of the faith that was in him. lie spoke
modestly, said lie had really found the
haviow, and was "going to stick by
him as long as he lived," hoping that
when he died tho baviour would "stick
by" him in return. He poured out his
soul in prayer. Words simple and full
of feeling fell from his lips. There was
seemingly no buncombe about it.
If there was, none knew it but John Al
len and his God. The excitement of
the audience knew no bounds. The
worst sort oi'people, that under ordinary
circumstances would be intractable to
reglion, were apparently softened. Of
course tliero was a loud chorus of
"Aniens," "Glory be to God." "Bless
the lord, and other ejaculations from tho
lipsot the pious. The missionaries were
in ecstacies and shouted lustily and
long. The end they had been praying
and working lor was gained. Allen
was a Cliristrian outwardly anyhow. A
curious coincidence must be recorded in
connection with the conversion of the
Wickedest Man. On Monday tho usual
weekly conference Methodist Ministers
was held in Mulberry street, and one of
the number related the wonderlui story
ol Allen. An impromptu prayer meet
ing was organized, ami Allen was the
subject of tiie supplications. Without
being aware of these entreaties, on the
following morning John shook hands
forever, as ho says, with his past life
and turned over a now leaf in the book
of li is existence.
The floodgates of religion seem to have
been opened wide in Water street, and
n they remain open the vice and wick
edness that abound there may bo wasli
cd away as by a mighty torrent. The
seed sown is bearing fruit already
Tommy Haddon, the notorious Tom
my, who was always known to keep the
lowest hell in that infernal region, is
beginning to leel uneasy, lie volunteer
ed the use of his parlor for a meeting.
and it litis been accepted. Kit Burns
is alarmed too. Ho wants to bo stirred
up with a long and sharp stick, for Kit
is a hard one. For pure wickedness he
can hardly be beaten, any more than lor
brindled pups. "Soger" Brown, who
acquired his military title from his
"sojering " qualifications has deserted
the devus army, and is llcoing tor sale
ty into tho ranks of tho Church milli
hint. Thus prospers tho Water Street
itovivai. nun, titi.
Thirty Thousand Majority.
Wo must set down the Kopublican
majority of Vermont as a clean thirty
We givo elsewhere returns from 154
towns, which show a majority of 20,807.
The same towns last year gave a majori
ty of 14,008, showing s net gain of (1,109
votes. Tho remaining 80 odd towns will,
at tho same rate of increase, givo a gain
of at least 4,000, making a total net gain
of over 10,0000. If this will not do, it
can probably be increased by a few hun
dred. This is tho response of Vermont
to the nominations of Grant and Colfax,
and to tho rebel demand for tho over
throw of tho Reconstruction Acts.
In 1804, when tho Stato gave Abra
ham Lincoln a majority of 29,000, the
majority at tho Stato Election was but
22,000 ; and as tho full vote of the State
has not been polled this time by somo
4,000 votes, all Republicans (lor tho
Democrats have got out their last men at
this election), Vermont may safely bo
set down as good for thirty thousand
majority for Grant and Colfax. Free
Patkiotio ttoi.s KItOM TIIU NlCXT
Pkksidknt. 1 caro for nothing for pro
motion so long as our arms aro success
ful. Grant to Sherman, February,
If my courso is not satisfactory re
move moat once. I do not wish in any
A t A i '
Grantto Hallcck, February 0, 1802.
iNo theory oi my own win ever stand
in the wav of niyexecutlng in good faith
any order T may receive from those in
authority over me. Grant to Secretary
Chase, May 20, 1803.
This is a itopuuiio Whore tne win ol
the people is the law of the land.
Grant's letter to President Johnson,
I shall have no polic.v ol my own to
intcrefero against the will of tho peo-
do. Grant's letter May 20, 1S(W.
Human liberty the only true iounda-
llon of human government. Grant's
letter to the citizens of Memphis
Let us have peace. Grant's letter,
Folii:i(lN MlNISTKliS ()!' GUNUHAIj
Guant. The Washington correspon
dent of the Boston Daily Advertiser,
ays letters indorsing General Grant In
the stiongest terms and expressing an
earnest desire for ills election have been
received in this city from the following
named foreign ministers and consuls:
Cassias M. Clay and his Secretary of
Legation; Mr. Curlin, at St. Petersburg;
John P. Hale, at Madrid; General A.
Dix and his Secretary, Mr. Hoffman at
Paris; Mr. Wutts, tho new Minister to
Uistria; Mr. Morris, at Constantino
ple ; Mr. Marsh, at Italy ; Mr. Harring
ton, at Switzerland; Consuls Nicolby at
Paris and Hay at Vienna ; Consul Mur
phy, and Frankfort ; Mr. Moron, Sec
retary ol Loiat ion, al London ; and also
over two-thirds of all the other consuls
it lias been possible to reach by mail
within the past six weeks.
The crown counsel appear to be fully
satisfied that evidence will be produced
sufficient to convict Wliolen, while the
counsel lor the delenee expect to break
it down, and are equally confident that
Wliolen will be acquitted. Tliero are
said to be seven Orangemen on the jury.
Mr. O'Reilly defend his challenging of
Roman Catholic jurors on the Ground,
as lie alleges, of the well know sympa
thy on rue part oi the many catholics,
in tills neighborhood, with Whalcn.
Tho refusal of Chief Justice Richards
to allow a peremptory challenge of jur
ors, it is thought, by many lawyers
here, will furnish ample grounds for an
appeal for a now trial, in tho event of its
being found necessary to do so by a ver
dict against the prisoner. The excite
ment lias been very great.
An Ottawa special, dated lost night.
states that the city swarms with corres
pondents detectives, &c. Around the
jail a regiment is encamped, and a guard
ot twenty men receives Whalcn every
every night. li,aoh man is served out
out twenty-liverounds of.ballleartridges,
and the prisoner is marched up in a
square. The Loyalists have threatened
thai n justice is not done, they will take
Whalcn by force and hang him.
Tho public lccling is intense, and
the moral conviction is strong that
Whalcn is tho murderer. So lor the
prosecution lias established the fact of
threats uttered by Wliolen and threat
ening gestures on tho night of the assas
sination. With regard to McGeo and
and his presence thatnightono witness
has proved that he saw Whalcn and
swears that ho recognized him by his
dress and walk. A severe cross-examin
ation failed to shake him.
To-day the defences got two witnesses
to come up lrom Montreal, who were
expecteil to swear in direct opposition to
the prosecution. '1 he witnesses declin
ed to perjure themselves.
A boy died here on .Sunday, in convul
sions, from drinking out of his father's
Pkhsoxal. Mr. L. II. Goll' has been
appointed Gauger in the Internal Reve
nue Department for tho 3rd Collection
District of Vermont.
M Issistaoi Sprints.
F.xosni'i'.o, Aug. '.".), I8C.H.
For a long time I had been afflicted with
very berious diseaso of tho Kidneys. 1 was not
aide to turn oyer in bed without help, and it
was uiongtit ny ail my menus that 1 never
should recover. All medical treatment had
been without oflicct. The disease was compli
cated by a scrofulous aiVection. I tried every
remedy, used the water of Mineral Springs
elscwheio without avail. The Missisquoi
Spring w ater was tried by mo in 18(50, and I con
tinued its use for several months, till I entirely
recovered and am now in hotter health than
eor before. I consider this water a specific for
Ividi ey and Scrofulous complaints. It lias been
so in my case. ALANSON SAMSON.
Vai.miy Ilorsu, Franklin Co., Yt., Aug. 17, '08.
I have been afflicted with Catarrh for three or
louryears. in l eliruary last l liiul it very se
verely. In April commenced the use of the
Missis(pioi water. The discharge was very
heavy and troublesome, but continued to les
sen until to-day I am entirely well. The many
remedies I had taken under the best medical
advice had proved unavailing, and I owo it to
others similarly afflicted, to state that tho Mis
sisquoi water has been, in my case, tho onu
only effective means of cure.
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wov to impede mo success oi our arms.
To the Nervous & Debili
AT II O S U sufi'crings have been protrac
V t cd from hidden i'imw, and whose cases re '
quire prompt treatment to minor existence de
sirable : If you arc Hiili'i itig or have suffered,
from involuntary d'u -barges, what effect docs it
produce upon your general health V Do you fed
weak, delimitated. easily tired ; Docs a little ex
tra exertion produce palpitation of the heart ?
Does our liver, or miliary, organs, or your kid
novs, I'riMpielilly (jet out of order ? Is your
urine sometimes thick, milky, or llocky, or is il
topy on settling ? Urdocs u' thick scuin Hue on
tlio top ? Or is n Hcdiuient at tho bottom alter it
ban stood awhile ? Do you lmvo spells of short
breathing or dyspepsia V Ale your bowels con
stip.itcd ? Do you have micIIs of fainting, or
rushes of blood to the head '? Is your memory
impaired ? Is your mind connUutl'y dwelling up
on this subject ? Do you fecldull,'lislless, mop
ing, tired ot company, ot arc t Do you wish to
be lelt alone, to get away from everybody ?
Dock any little thing make von Marl or juinp V
Is your sleep broken or restless 7 Is the lustre
of vour eye as brilliant ? The bloom on vour
cheek as blight? Do on eliiov yourself in so
ciety as well ? Do you pursue your business
with the Maine energy ? Do you' feel as much
conlldence in yourself? Are your spirits dull
hiid llagging, given to lltsof melancholy? If so
do not lay it to your liver or dyspepsia. Have
you restless nights? Your luck weak, your
knees ncnk, and have but little appetite, and
you attribute this to dyspepsia or liver-complaint
Now, reader, telf abue, venereal diseases
badly cured, and sexual excesses, are all capa-
im- in luuoucing a weasuess oi me generauvo
oi gnat;. The organs of generation, when in
perfect health, make the man. Did you eur
think that those bold, defiant, energetic, per
severing, successful business men are alwavs
those whoso generative organs are in perfect
health ? You never hear such men complain of
being melancholy, of nervousness, of palpita
tion of tho lieiut. They are never afraid they
cannot succeed in business ; tliey don't become
sad and discouraged ; they are' always polite
and pleasant in the company of Indies, and
look you and them right in ttie face none of
your downcast looks or any oilier meanings
about them, I do not mean' those inflated bv
running to excess, These will not only uiin
their constitutions, but also those thev do busi
ness with or for.
How niunv men. from badly einid diseases.
from tho ellects of self-abuse and excesses, have
brought about that statu of weakness in those
organs that lias reduced the general system so
inucii as lo induce almost every oilier disease -idiocy,
lunacy, paralysis, spinal all'cctions, sui
cide, and almost every oilier form of disease
winch humanity is heir to. and the real c.iuso
of the trouble scarcely ever suspected, and liavo
doctored for all but the right one.
Diseases of these organs rcoimv the use of a
Diuretic. HKLMliOJiD'N FLUID KXTliACT
DUCHU is the grout Diuretic, and is n certain
cure for diseases of the llladder, Kidneys, Gra
vel, Dropsy, Organic Weakness, Female Com
plaints, General Debility, and all diseases of the
Urinary Oigaus, whether existing in Male or
Female, fimn whatever cause originating, and
no matter of how lone stiuidiiig.
If no treatment is s.ubmuted to, Consumption
or Insanity may ensue. Our llesh and blood
are supported from these sources, and the health
and 1 appineiis, and that ol l'ostciity, depends
upon prompt use of a reliable remedy.
IIclmboM'.s Kxtract liuchu, established up
wards of IS years, prepared bv II. T. HF.I.M
HOLD, Druggist, ,VJ1 New York", a id lt)i South
10th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. l'iiicr.-J1.25 per
bottle, or (i bottles lor fll.fjD, delivered to any
address. Hold by u'l Druggists everywhere.
tftT None are Genuine unless done "up in steel
cugnivcd wrapper, with fiic-simile of my Chemi
cal Warehouse, and signed
2211 U, T. I1F.LM150LD.
" It "Works Like a Charm
Have you Headacho? Uso Itenne'.i Ma;
Have you Toothache V
Have you Neuralgia 'I
liavo you ltlieuinatisiu ?
Have you Soro Throat ?
Have you Sciatica?
Have you a llruibo ?
Have vou Crainns?
Use Heinle's Magic Oil
Use licnno's Magic Oil
Uso ltcnue's Magic Oil
Uso Itenne's Magic Oil
Uso Itenne's Magic Oil
Use Itenne's Magic Oil
Uso Itenne's Magic Oil
Havo you Choi. Morbus V Uso Itenne's Magic Oil
Havo you Lameness? Use Itenne's Magic Oil
This is. tho best family remedy, to cure all
kinds of pain, you ever tried.
It is clean, safe and delicious to use. and if
you use it faithfully, it will do you good.
Directions on each bottle. Ituy it of tho Drug
gist or Merchant where you trade. If they have
not got it on hand they will send for it, at your
request, and sell you the genuine itenne's l'ain
Killing Magic Oil, at tho manufacturer's lowest
price at retail.
WM. ltF.KNE, Sole Proprietor and Manufac
turer, Pittslicld, Mass.
Sold in St. Albans by all Druggists, Weeks A,
Hovnolds, (irocers. In Swanton Falls bv D. T
H. A. CUTLER, - - PROPRIETOR.
All Printing brought to this Office, both Plain
and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten
tion, at prices as low as tho times will admit,
Yro do our work much bettor than can nny
Ollico that will do n job of printing for nothing
for the sake of depriving us of it, and wo aro
ready to compare our work with any similar
class of printing done in tho cities, both in neat
ness and price.
Hand your orders into tho Transcript Hook
anil Job Printing Establishment if you tako any
pride in having your printing dono in a work
New Store and New Goods,
C. R. PELL,
1) it l SCO I, ir a iN K ,) k ,
ON SAKE STREET.
ST. A 1 HANS, VT.
HA.VK just opened the largest slock of Crock
ery, comprising nil Hie new and desirable
patterns French, China and llohomlan Fnncv
aim laiiie mass ware, Cutlerv and Plated Ware,
ever oflcied in this County,
We also call attention to our Stock of
WHlTFi GOODS, MNF.NS,
NOTIONS AND .SMALL WAltK.
Tl ,. ,,i,.1fU. .i,,,,l ,.,,,,1,1 ,11. ,11
to tlie public that we have adopted 'the tA-11
systis.m, ami OM-; ritior..
Driscol's Newllloek. Lake St. M. Atb.ilis, t
lit il. 1. 1(1 KING.sLl.V
ATTENTION ! !
1A i n 1. 1 . i 1 1 i
vvu um uijusu iu iiuiii ii out on mis nn
for the next
Aro Terms hut L'nconililioiia' Surrender
Wc malic Piacc Iy ;i
prosecution or TIE 13 WAR!!
XX huiplovmeiit lor (.ientleineii or Ladies.
Individual, lown, County or State llights fo
Letters Patent weie granted us Uigust lit, lv
ii uL-i m- mi i-iuciiiii;; ines, nv wiueu an
lady can ml her house ol those nests, as readil
as she can dust hi r parlor. Yvo carrv on th
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resulting to no Poisons, Sticking Plaster,
Chemical combinations, but, like 'Crocket'
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words! Gentlemen or Ladies, THY I'S. V
present you the best Held and inducements fo
i-ijuii, iiu-, i-uiui- iiMt i. hi live ov nr, 1011 in
canvassing to be found in the United States.
Loiniiiltmciiliims addiessed to us will reeeiv
..-,-l.wim r,l. rtlliailH, 1.
LCOK OUT FOR SPLIT TICKETS !
A BATCH OF TRUTH'S ! ! I
It 1. WI1IMI1 I I hilt I I 1 II 1 1 11115 HI I f Mil 1(111 I
mum t)i ran ami imrr i huiwiil; juhi riit'rivi'i
(Vmipiisini; Tall anil Winter Over-Coats of n
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SuitH, lilat'Ii Castor do,, Uiown MeltoiiH lo
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l'urius nntr uoouh. eonipUHini' L m cr Niitr
i t in:., i i im i
rMlU'TM. ) v I III) I'M. IM'ITKI HK. I'M HIT I .111111
nnd oven tltin comm-ining a I'irnt CUxsh Funiisl
tii u r.. i i i.'.. i
Winter liootn, wliieli we oiler at prices that
not bo beat in Fianlclin County.
Ilii... ii .t.ill nml o.iliule vhiiplimIi-iio 11.,...
sbown with pleasure. Jtetnembcr the place.
unu Uii ( inn iiuu n.uinii .uuuniMini vhmm
MOltTOX A PK11CV.
I .il .. Ktwwit Viiwirinnii 1 Ii hium 1 Hun! ilvtt0
G. B SMITH,
Itetail Dealer iu.
Iiull'alo and l'"nncy Sleigh Holies, l'ur Overcoat
Ladies' Hress I'urs, Vur and Hud: Gloves
Mittens, Umhiellas, Ac, Ac.
for Groer and liaker's Sewii
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itimijifit itwii'H. i.:iiii nini
St. Albans, Vt.
PAID FOR SHIPPING FURS.
GILHEHT H. SMITH.
NEAV STEAM MILL
Bingham & Lincoln,
N'cur I he FrciKht lli-pot, St. Albnns, Vt
18 now ready lo grind corn meal, flno or coars
and all kinds of grain for feed. This SI
was built by Ilnlnus & Jtlaiicliurit, of Bo
ton, of the best French Hurr, is complete in ov
i-v ri'sncct. and is eanablo of grinding twent
t vii luis he h hit Hour, iioini? (loncnucui
neitner wind or uooi's ior iiowei, wu ran no i
to receivo orders for
Sash, Blinds and Doors,
Mouldings and House Finishings of every d
script ion, of as good material and workmansh
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US Uliy UIJ1U1 HI1UJ ill 111U OLllU.
iii.iw. i, .iiki ,,'itii M n iiniiinvi' wnmii ih iiuw m
... II. I..l..ul i,. it'.i.u.lilu Willi tlll'MII tniM
ties to givo perfect satisfaction, wo solicit
sliaio ot public patronage
HINGIIAM ,V LINCOLN
St. Albans. Feb. 37. Ib(i7. 151-tf.
tiENEIlAL 1NSUMAWH AGENT
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y-t -- Ail rw m r l -r -s v ri . C4n1 i T Tl i 1 C1 1
Insurance effected in Jieliablc
Losses equitably adjusted and Promp
KN013I1V Styles of Soring Hats and Caps
WM. N. SMITH & CO'S,