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V KlIlMOiSTT I)A.IT-,Y TI I ANSOU I PT, HEPTKAIIUOR 1868.
ho ww finally brought to bay. Tills
wasthcHitm and substance of Grant's
theory, and his practice conlorinoit to
That the rebellion was crushed by It
wo know. That the loss to the country
In life and treasure was far less than by
nuy plan that would have protracted lie
BtniL'L'lo ton ureatcr length, even had it
succeeded, I do not think, from the ex
perience ol previous campaigns can be
called in question.
As to the petty earplugs at tactical de
tails, which belong to the same category
of small tilings as the Haws found In the
groat masterpieces by small er tic-i ; n
to the sneers against the orders to
nttack nlong the whole line" as ir in
every battle this had not been done
they are beneath notice. What great
General's reputation was ever weighed
in such apothecary scales?
That mistakes in details may have
i,nnn i.imtn hv diniil in conceded, isa-
iioloon tells us that " the General who
,,,,1 imvi.p m:id( mistakes had never
made war." But what General has
rnllvtl1n.11 Grant those great
points of his art comprehensiveness ol
plan, adaptation of means, and pcrsist-
?. .'l.. ..Ilul.lvinlll !mI1I1 totllOSC
UIll'Y I" uuv;uiihii-.i""-"m
iwaonHnls of executive ability, practical
seiiso, and theseleetion of the best agents
lor wie wui iv iu uu itunu .
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALUATCP, VT.
SATURDAY SlH'TKMllUlt 11), ISGS.
ULYSSES S. GRANT.
VOU VICE PKKSlDENT,
Gr.nnnr. W. Gn.VNMir.Y
Vergcniies; II. Taiubanks, of St. Johnsbury.
ttu.. t-i,. Thinl District Grol'.Oi: Vll.
J"UI JIIVH" .-
kiss, of Stowe.
The New Gas It'orhs.
The consumers of Gas in the Village
will be pleased to learn that the Old Gaf
House, upon which we have so ion;; ie
licd, and have been so often disappoint
ed, has been taken down at last and a
new one has sprung up, upon the bankt
of the meandering Aldis' brook. A new
Street, christened Lasscllc, by one of
our enterprising citizens, has been op
ened about midway between Lake and
Jail Streets, running west from the
Railroad Company's grounds to Elm
Street in the "Western Reserve," and
the now buildings of the Gas Company
iivj ui.tivs im:sui, urn uiuxu Is IL'SS" O.
outside show and better Gas. The main
building is 30 x 5S feet, built of brick
and contains two furnaces and six re
torts of which only three retorts arc now
used. The furnaces arc constructed o!
fire brick and the retorts are of thesanu
material, impervious to lire. These re
torts are tubes about 2 feet in diametei
and' ten feet in length and pas
through the furnace-ovens horizontally-
Westmoreland Caimsl Coal is used foi
the manufacture of the gas, and is plac
ed in the retorts, which are heated ten
times hotter with fire,than Brick Potne
roy is with copporhoadism. As the oil
in the coal becomes converted into gat
by this process, the coal is removed from
the retorts to the brick llooi of the build
ing, whore it becomes cooled, is used foi
fuel and is llnally consumed to ashes, to
keep tho machine running. The coal
for Gas just about keeps pace with coal
for fuel and is a great saving over tht
former method. The gas, as it escape.
from each retort pusses up through one
pipe and down another and becomes
submerged in water in the "hydraulic
main." Tho hydraulic main is a hori
zontal iron cylender lying upon the
arches half filled with water. From
each pipe emptying into it, the gas pi.
sess through and rises above the wate:
and so escapes through a series of nine
perpendicular tubes and receives a cluck
ing at each turn as in tho first in
stanc?. Tho Gas becomes cooled through this
process, and in condensin.r, the sedi
ment which assumes tho nature of tar,
drips from tho water and finds its way
into a receiver outside of thu building.
Jt is further purified uy passing through
lime which is contained in cylenders,
and then it leaves for tho holder, where
it becomes mixed with older gas which
increases its value. Tho holder is a cir
cular pit, built with brick and cement
and is filled with wator. Over this is
placed a cover of sheet iron, with a rim
extending dowr to tho bottom of the pit
and inside of it. Tho :as is received
through tubes from the bottom, into the
space between tho cover and tho water,
and as the volume of tho gas increases
tho cover rises, and as it is consumed
through a lotlicr pipe which rises above
tho water, tho cover descends in tho
Tho holder at tho now Gas Works will
contain about 10,000 feet of gas
and will bo completed in about
i...... ... l. rut. i t
1UUI- Wlllva. iUU OIU OI10 OH y UUll-
dry Street contains about tho same num-
licr of feet, and will also bo used until
next season, when it will bo removed
along side of the new one.
A pipe six Inches iirdlaniotcr is laid
to Kingman Street and from thence the
ga3 is taken about town in smaller ones.
When the works are completed they will
have a manufacturing capacity of Uj,00()
feet per day which wll be largely In ex- ;
cess of the present wants of the village.
Pipes are soon to be laid through to
"Western Reserve" to connect with our
neighbors over there. The works have
been built and are being constructed up
on the design and under the supervision
of Mr. Edward A. Smith, to whom
great credit is duo for the perfection of
The present holder on Foundry Street
is slightly out of tunc, which cannot bo
remedied until t lie new one is complet
ed, but we have every reason to be
thankful that gas is no longer a luxury.
Our lights have improved amazingly,
within a few evenings, and if every
thing connected with it keeps up to the
present quotations, we have reason to
believe that our last winter of discontent
will not be repeated In the coming one.
Often and again have we had our pa
tience tried, and have almost sinned
against the light of our Sanctum while
these chanties have been Jioinji on. If
there is one thing more than another
that will try the strength of a news-pa
per man's morality, and m ike him think
of hardwords.it isfor thegasin theburner
to expire about the time the thought
is to go on paper, but Is made to expire
with it,- and is lost in darkness. Such
isga-i, or at least it has been, tickle, treach
erous and deceitful, the cause of many
curses and the means of withholding
many brilliantideas from the press. Poor
iras is not inspiring, we would rather
bet on tallow dips.
The following paragraphs arc copied
from the Philadelphia Press :
A few weeks ago, the Dcmoeratc were
ennfidcut of earrvimr the Stale in Oeto-
bnr. mid en-rer to wiiircr heavily on I lie
certainty of their triumph in tho city
Now they refuse entirely to bet on the
one, and only agree to "put up money
nn tho other when heavy odds are se-
An influential citizen, himself a mem
her of the Democratic party, informs us
that a leading Democratic olllce-holdei
in the Customs Department ol this city
applied to one ol the notei-Kccpers at
Chestnut Hill, a few days ago, to take 2")
boarders, for tho express purpose of vot
ing them against the Republicans in the
Dr. Winslow S. Pierce, of Indianapo
lis, has abandoned Seymour and Blair.
lie is a brother-in-law of Senator Hen
dricks, and was a delegate to the Tam
many Hall Convention.
Tho New York Herald says that in
that city alone " the Republican vote
will be fully doiiblcdj.njadeverywhorc
jn the question of loyalty, on the ques
tion of morality, and on the question ol
whiskey and lageT beer, the State of New
York will go back on her old position
and cast a heavy majority against tho
Scores of suspicious characters made
their appearance in Dayton, O., lately,
and arc applying to the leading manu
facturers for employment, offering to
work a few weeks for board and lodg
ing. The Republicans have spotted
these imported Vallandighamites.
Mr. James Copper, or Newport, Ky.,
was stabbed and seriously wounded be
cause ho had shouted for Grant in res
ponse to a Rebel's hurrah for Seyinoui
uul Blair. The same over-zealous Dem
icrats stabbed Mr. William II. Adams
in tho abdomen, inflicting a mortal
Hon. John F. Potter is named as a
candidate for tho Wisconsin Senator
ship. The Hon. Edgar Cowan, ex-Senator
from Pennsylvania, has taken the stump
Illinois promises from -10,000 to 00,000
lor Grant ; Indiana at least 25,000 ;
Ohio, JiO.OOO ; and Iowa not less than -10,-J00.
The whole West is moving with
irresistible power for Grant, peace, and
Tin: LixiisLATUiu;. The Vermont
Legislaturcwill meetthisyear on Thurs
day the 8th of October, or in little moie
than two weeks. At present we see not
why the Legislature cannot meet for a
brief business session, and adjourn soon
enough to help lighten the burden ot
expenses to the State. It is true that
notices of a number ol'projects have been
given, but few of them, wo apprehend,
are expected to occupy much time in tho
As to tho organization of tho House,
we observe in several parts of tho State
expressions in favor of tjje election of
the Hon. Geo. W. Grandey of Ver
gennos, lis speaker. Wo heartily en
dorse this suggestion. Wo eiulorso it
for the reason of tho peculiar litness of
Mr. Grandey for that position, Ho has
lormcrJy been the presiding ofllcer of
the House, and as such always perform
ed tho duties with ability, faithfulness
and despatch. An early and strong op
ponent of the old fugitive slave hnvand
slavery, in slave times, we should be
glad to sco tho House honor both him
and itself by his election ns Speaker.
As no other gentleman has yet been
mimed for that place, it is not impossi
ble that ho will prove to be the unani
mous choice of the Houso for that posi
tion. For Clerk of the Houso wo have heard
no other name mentioned in this section
,,vnnnt flint if T 11 lc,.,,, l.V .!..
n'higion, the elllcient cleric for 'tho past
few years ; and tho fact of his ojq.cri
ence Is much more reason for his re-election
now than any which existed when
ho was llivt chosen, lillleleivtjkilllcera
of the House, will niateriallVTiid the
progress of the business of the scf-slon,
and with the election of such men as
Messrs. Grandey, ond Flajig as the first
oillcers of the 1 louse, we shall be sure of
one step in the right direction tor n
In the Senate the presiding officer, Lt.
Gov. Thomas, has already been chosen
by the people, and no doubt, Henry
Darke, ihim of Rutland, will be re
And now, Gentlemen of the Vermont
Legislature for 1S(M, you have been
elected by a confiding constituency at
one of the most important elections ever
held in this state, on nil have thun
dering majorities for support so far as
national atlairs are concerned, ami we
mil aiiairs are concerned, ami we
von to give us an example of good I
iinv, )we don't wish you to be par-1
,;. .i,L i, r !,, vi. i ni, il ,ia i.,.r ,i um.
lions o coulee,) and as Duel a so.'-
sion as consistent with the true interests
of the State, lly so doing, you will
iustlv earn the appellation, at the lunula
of the people, of having been a model
LiixiisiiATUW:. .isctioius Mans Arrius.
Fast Gihls. Only io be talked about:
(hat is the end and aim ofheraspira
utlons. If she is married she would pic-
faee the wedding by an elopement, and
epilogue it with a divorce ; not to be im
moral, mil oniy to oe notorious, li sue
can't bo divorced, at least she can run
awav, which she commonly docs with
the faithless father of some very large
and interesting family. The larger and
the more interesting tltc better, because
the more opprohi'iiim and consequently
the more comment. Sometimes, but
larelv. she settles down to a course ol
domestic felicity ; marries t-onie retired
grocer or tallow chandler of wealth
uul is sung b enraptured Jenkinses at
every watering-place she honors with
her startling presence. Iter diamonds
are always more costly, nor costumes
more recherche and numerous, her liv
eries more gorgeous, her horses more
blooded, her hotel bills more appalling
than any one else's. Her name is al
ways in' the mouths of men, the daily
papers chronicle her outgoings and her
incomings ;jdie is first among lady di
rectors of every ball, and church and
sewing society; her fame Hies abroad
gathering strength as it goes, and the is
hap) .'. As for tho grocer, if he is not
happy, every body straightway reviles
him, and cries shame on him, and tells
him what a brute he is, which ought to
make him very cheerful indeojd. And
for her children she never has any.
Earthquakes ix Titu Past. Fearful
as the consequences of the great earth
quake in South America, on tho lSth
ult., have boon, history tells of yet more
appalling similar events. There is no
reliable record of tho number of li7es
lost when Pompeii and Herculanecm
were destroyed, but the number mist
have been much greater than that cli
mated by the correspondents from South
America', viz: o',00). In the sixth cai
tury half a million of persons were des
troyed by an earthquake in Syria. Tn
177o over sixty tiiousandpeopie pensreu
by an earthquake in Spain. The cfl'eHs
of that shock were felt along the coist
of Massachusetts, and even as far inlaid
as lake Ontario. In 1S12 Carracus. in
South America, was visited by an earth
quake and 12,000 of tho people were
killed and swallowed up. In lSot'thau-
' n b..-t 41iriir llvcri 1- Ull
earthquake at Quito, Equidor, aul his
tory records thousands of instanics
wherein the loss of liiewas terribie.al
Uiough in perhaps no single instaice
was the result so lamentable in its x
tent as in those enumerated above.
JI issisqiioi Sj)flnjs.
Exosnuiin, Aug. 20, I8GI.
For a long timo I had been afflicted witi a
very serious disease, of tho Kidnej-s. 1 was not
able io turn over in bed without help, ant it
was thought by all my friends that I imer
should recover. All medical treatment U.
been without elllcct. Tlio disoaso was compli
cated by n scrofulous affection. I trind owj
remedy, used tho water of Mineral Spring's
elsewhere, without avail. Tho Missiscpioi
Siuing water w as tried by mo in ISGO, and I eon
tinned its use for several months, till I entiiely
recovered and am now in better health tlan
ecr before. I consider this water a specific for
ICidrey and .Scrofulous complaints. It lias been
so in my case. ALANSON SAMSON.
Franklin Co., Vt., Aug. 17, 'G3.
I liavo been alllicted with Catarrh for threoor
four years. In February last I had it very se
verely. In April commenced tho use of the
Missisqiioi water. Tho iliscliargo was very
heavy nnd troublesome, but continued to les
sen until to-day I am entirely well. Tho many
remedies I had taken under tho best medical
advice had proved unavailing, and I owe it to
others similarly afllictod, to stato that tho Mis
sisrjuoi water has been, in my ease-, tho one
only effective, moans of cure.
The American Cooking Stove,
AsoTiir.it Patent Kuit.-Wo iindcrsfnud
Messrs. Shear, Packard .V Co. havo been com
pelled to commence a suit against Hunt A Mil
ler, of Hudson, for infringing tho Patent on the
Asli Sifleriii tho American Cooking Stove. This
is the lilth Miit they havo been compelled to
bring against different parties on this Stove.
The four previous suits havo resulted favorably
JorS., P. ,V Co., and they aro determined to tal
low up all cases of intringement until others
cease from appropriating their improvements.
AllMity Inciting Journal, July 2t)i, 18GS.
All persons aro cautioned against Belling or
using Stoves with a Shaking Ash Sifter in tho
hearth, or under tho grate, as this Improvement-
is fully secured to us by fiyp different; Pa
tents, nnd nil persons selling or using Stoves
with this Improvement, will boliublo to prosecu
tion for infringement, ns wo havo granted no
licoiifacs to other parties to make- or soli this Ini.
provement and nil infringements will bo prompt
BIIEA11, PACKAltD tc CO.,
Albany, N, Y.
For Sale by D. M. WALKER,
ST, ALBANS, VT.
7oi SP1NU STVLESOr' l-AiVlSAND VEST
cull t YVM. N. SMITH & CO'y,
To the Nervous & Debilitated,
It (1 S H HnflViinixH lnivc Won protrac
ted from liiilikncnitKos, nnrtulMM' eiicnro !
(pure prompt trciitmctit to ivmirr cmhiciici1 tic
Hirnlili' : If yon nic millcring or lime Manured,
from Imolnntary difclmrfjcH, wlmt effect doen it
produce upon vi'iirm nernl lienltli ? Do you tool
ttenli, deliilltnied. ensily tiled ; Much n little ex
Irn exertion produce p:ilpitntion of tliolienit?
linen our liver, or urinary, ortfanw, or vmtr liid
lieH, freipienlly net out of order? In jour
mine fomelimen thlcl., milky, i r llncli.v, or is it
ropv on t.eltliii(, ? Ordoes ii thick ncunt rise on
the'top ? Or in ix sediment at the bottom alter it
lias Momlnulnle ? Do youhao mic1Im of chert
brealliiiif; or dynpepia Ale jour liowels eoa
Htipated? Do vou liaxe hiicII of filiating, or
mnlics of blood to the head V I Mnir memory
impaired V In your mind constantly dwelliii), up
on thi subject ? Do you feel dull, listlcs, mop-
on this subject Do youiecii
inn. tired of company, of life?
V,1' lt U "H1!";, uWl 'V?lv J"
Does any little tiling make ye
,H voul. ;,, , i,,,,;,.,, or ,-estic!
uo you wish to
oin everybody r
you Mart or lump ?
pbioken or restless? Is the lustre
ofvour eye. n brillhnt I the bloom otnonr
check as 'blight ? Do ,ou enjoy yourself in so
ciety as veil ? Do you pursue, jour business
with the name energy I Do you feel as much
confidence in yourself? Are vour snirits. dull
i.hd IhiL'L'inj', Khen lo tits of melancholy? If so
do not lav it to your liver or dyspepsia. Have
,.n I'n.tliiuu uiirtilw? Viiiii lni'1: uinl. Mini'
Luces weak, and have but little appetite, ' and
nii attribute, tills to iivspepsta or nver-coin
Now, reader, ml( abuse, venereal diseases
bndlv cured, and sexual excesses, are all capa
ble of piodiicini; a vtcnMicss of the gcncrativu
organs. Tho organs of generation, when in
nertect health, make the man. Did you ever
think Unit those bold, delimit, energetic, per
se cling, successful business men are always
those Uiorto generative organs are in perfect
health ? You nexer bear such men tomiilain ot
being melancholy, of nervousness, of palpita
tion of the heart. They are never afraid they
cannot succeed in business ; they don t become
sad and discouraged ; they are always polite
and pleasant in the company of 'allies, and
look vou and them right in the face nono of
vour downcast looks or any other meanness
about them. I do not m-jan those inflated by
ruiinni!' to excess, these will not only rum
'.heir constitutions, but also those they do busi
ness with or lor.
How many men, from badly cured diseases,
from the eilects of self-abuse ai:d exeesfes, have
liroimht about that statu of weakness in those
organs that lias reduced thu general Hj'utcm so
much ai to induce almost every olliur disease--itliocv.
luuacv. paralysis, spinal affections, sni
cide. and almost every other form of disease
which humanity is heir to. and the real cause
of tho trouble scarcely ever suspected, and have
doctored lor all but the right one.
Diseases of these organs rcoture tho use of
Bnuvtic. HKLMIJOLD'U FLUID HXTHACT
hUt'llU is the great Diuretic, and is a certain
cure lor diseases ol the islander, Judlieys, urn
Tel. Dropsy. Organic Weakness, renialo Com
ilaints, General Debility, and all diseases of the
Urinary Oigans, whether existing in Malo or
Female, from whatever cause originating, and
I no matter of how lor.g standing.
If no treatment is submntcd to. Consumption
or insanity may eiisuo. Uur llesli and blood
are supported from these sources, and tho health
and 1 appiness, and that of Posterity, depends
upon prompt use ot a rename, remedy.
Helinbolds Extract llucliu, established up
wards of 18 years, prepared by II. T. 1IICLM
HOLD, Druggi-t, Mil New York, ami 101 South
10th Street, Philadelphia, I'a. 1'iiicr. SI.23 per
bottle, or (1 bottles tor $(1,511, delivered to anj
address. Sold hv a'l DruggisUi everywhere.
(SS None are Genuine unless done, tip in steel
engraved wrapper, with fac-siuiilo of my Chomi
cai areiiuuse, ana bigiiuti
22G II, T. 1IELM150LD.
"It Work's Like a Charm."
Itenno's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Head
liennu's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Tooth
lteunc's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures Neural
Itenno's Pain-Killing Magie Oil cures Cholera
lteunc's Pain-Killing Magic Oil cures P.hcu
Kcnne s Paiu-Kilhng Jlagio Oil cures Lame
itenne's Pain-Killing Magie Oil cures Skin
Some folks ficcm to bo proud of telling how
"lame their shoulders aro" of inv crick in the
hack" or, "I havo got the Sciatica" and dc
light in brafigmg that "nothing can euro mo
uut when we get hiich "aw nil toll;s ' to use
Ilcene's Pant-lulling Magie Oil, faithfully,
not only euro their lameness and charm awav
their pains, but wo actually tako all that kind ol
"brag out ol them 1, and they iranklj- own u)
aim say, "it worus uuo a cnarm i
Sold by all Druggists, Merchants and Orocets
Solo proprietor and niamifacturcr, Pittslleld
Tho Great IMew Ennlanri RfimfiHv!
Dlt. J. W. POLAND'S
WHITE PINE COMPOUND
Cures soro throat, colds, coughs, diptheria
bronchitis, spittng of blood, and pulnioiiery af
fections generylly. It is a remaikablo l'cmeiH
lor kidney complaints. This remedy is free
irom anything ueieteiious, pleasant to the taste
saie, yet sure aim eueciive in us action.
Female Strengthening Cordial.
.1 Specific turnedi for the Diseases ofllie Ilepr
It imparts tone and vigor to tho Uterus, and
gives renewed vitality lo tho whole system. All
eases ot Debility peculiar to Females will lind
soverign remedy in this compound.
Prepared at tho Now England Uotauic Depot
GEO. W. SWETT, M.D.. Proprietor
unn uoiiar per uottie. rivo dollars lor six
3H2rri. ol' Yout Ji.
A GENTLEMAN who sull'ercd for years from
XJl nervous debility, and premature decay, and
ull thu effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for
the sako of sun'cring humanity, cud free to nil
who need it, tho receipt and dfreotions for mak
ing thu simple lomedy by which lie was cured
Sufferers wishing to proiit by tho advertiser's
experience, can do so by addressing, in perfect
confidence, JOHN H. OODEN,
lGO-ly 12 Cedar Street, Now York.
Dlt. FltED'K MOllllILL, Physician and Sur
geon, gives exclusive attention to Disenses
ol women. He has liiado diseases of woman his
btudy for the past twenty years. His practice
has been ve.-y extensive both in Hospital and in
private practice. His reputation has vouchers
in all tho city papers, his patients, and tho medi
cal profession, both hero and abroad, ns being
ilio most skillful specialist hero, and a thorough
master of all soxual diseases.
Dr. Padelford iJ admitted by tho best medical
talent of tho country to havo no equal in tho
treatment of Female Complaints, audit is no un
usual occurrence for physicians in regular prac
tice to re:-omniend patients to him for treatment
when alllicted with diseases in his speciality.
Ladies will receive tho most scientific atten
tion, both medically and surgicall-, with privato
apartments during sickness, and" wiMi od and
experienced nurses, if they wjsli,
Tho poor advised iron of eliurgo. Physicians
or patients wi,liing his opinion or advice, hv let
ter, and enclosing tho usual feo, will bo answered
by return mail.
Medicines sent to all parts of tho country.
Ollice, No. 18 HOWAltD STltEET,
211-ly Doston Mass
INFOltMATION guaranteed to produco a luxu
riant growth of liair upon a bald head or a
beardless faro, also a recipo for tho removal of
(jimples, blotches, eruptions, etc., on tlio skin,
leaving thosanio solt. clear, and beautiful, can
bo obtained without cliargo by uddresiiing
TIIOS, F, CHAPMAN, Choniisl
CG-ly 823 liroadway, Now yorls.
Tireiit!-j;i'c 1 cars I'vacilcc
In lite 'Jieatnu nt or Uncases incident to Fe
males, has placed Dr. Dow nt the head of all tho
physicians making such practice a specialty, and
enables htm to guarantee u speedy and perniati.
cht cure ill the worst cases of Sintitfi'.thinti noil
an oiner .ui'iiuruai jhTitugvmcM, I rum iiViW
rrr vhhh: All letters for advice must contain
Olllee. Nil. li Kiidlcntt Stieet. lloston.
X. II. Hoard furnished to those desiriiur to re
nin under treatment.
lloMon, July, IMM. 2!rtlvnUw
VUluri Huloni of AVI Id I'luny.
I'dUfihs, ()(., llroiicliilif, Aflhmn, Croup
!i,minwj Cniigli, Quinsy, and thu numerous ns
"11 as dangerous ditcascs of tlieThro.it, Chest,
d Lungs, prevail in our changeable climate
at all seasons of tho year ; few tiro fortunate
liough to escape their baneful influence. How
nporlant then to have nt hand a certain anti
dote to nil these complaints. Experience proves
that this exists in II istar'a llalsmn to an extent
it found in any other remedy; how over severe.
o Btlffjrilig, tho application of this soothing
healing and wonderful balsam at onco van-
piislies tho disease and restores tho sufferer
to wonted health.
TWDXTY YDAKS' EXPKIUENCE.
Monkton, Vt., Juno 23, UttO.
Messrs. S. V. Fowt.i: - Co., boston,
Gentlemen : Having for twenty years past
been in the habit of using Dr. Wistar's llalsam
if Wild Cherry, in cases of Coughs. Colds, and
Pulmonary Affections, I can testify to its great
merits with the utmost confidence. 1 believe it
to be the best medicine for those complaints ev
er used, aim nave no dount mat the use ot it
Ins at tlnee several times saved mo fr nn Con
sumption, besides many times in late years, nf-
iuiuiii; iiiiiui-uiiiii' luiii-i 111 less sevcie aiiacus.
I am 7S years of age, and for manv yeais have
been a subject for pulmonary disease, but hv the
Use of tins excellent remedy I keep mvsult ouiti
comfortable. I can hardly find language to
express the exalted opinion 1 have of tbp bal
sam, and recommend its use to nil as the best
remedy that cm be ili-ed. OEOI1GE DAllT.
Prepared by SKTI1 V. FOWLIi .t SON. 18
t'loniont St. lioston, and for sale hv Drum-lsts
G cntly it penetrates through every pore,
u eiievnig suiiercrs irom each angry sore ;
V II wounds tt heals with eeitamty and speed ;
L! tits. Ituriis. from inflammation soon are freed :
V. ruphons, at its presence disappear :
S kins lose each stain, and the complexion's clear!
S ai.vi:. such ns Giiacx's every one should buy,
n in ns womu ous incuts tesiuy,
L et those who doubt, n single box but try,
V erily, then its true deserts 'twould have';
E veil unbelievers would laud GnAcn's H.iuxl
Manhood: How Lost, How Restored.
i, ,i Just published, a new ediilon of lr. C'ul.
Val"1'1'1"'''11' t't'','il K-suy on the
zx&3 radical cure (without medicine) of Sriut-
MANonituu: , or iicminal oal;ne.-s. Involuntary
Seminal Losses, 1mi'oti:scv, also, (.'onsvmi'TIo.v,
Ki'ii.r.i'sY, and Fi rs, induced by self-indultrencc
or sexual extravagance.
fin-Price in a sealed envelop, only fi cents.
Thu celebrated author in this admirable essay
elearlv demonstrates from a thirty years' suc
cessful practice, that tho alarming eonseipienues
of self-abuse may bo radically cured wi'hout the
dangerous use of internal medicine or the appli
cation of a knife ; pointing out a mode of cure nl
once simple, cei taiu and ell'ectual, by means ol
winch every suuercr, no matter wnat ins condi
tion may lie. may cure himself cheaply, privately,
BTTThis lecture should be in the hands of every
youth and every man in the land.
ent under seal, m a piam envelope, to any
address, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or two
post stamps. Also, Dr. CulverweH'H "Marriage
Guide," prico 25 cents. Address the Publish
ers, CIIAS, J. C. KLINE ,t CO.,
1Z7 Howerj-New Torlc.Post Ollicoliox 4,.,Bli.
TEW STEAM MILL!
Bingliam & Lincoln,
Villi- tin- FiiiKlK Dcpiil, St. AIIiiiiis, Vt.,
T8 now ready to grind corn meal, fino or coarse,
1 and nil kinds of grain for feed. This Mill
was built hv Holme V IMiiiicliiinl, of Dos-
ton, of tho best trench llurr, iseonipleto in evo
ry respect, and is capable of grindim; twentv-
!ivo bushels per hour. Doing dependent on
neither wind or uoods tor power, we can do ar
work of this kind without hindrance to our cus
tomers. We shall bo prepared to furnish con
in the kernel, or ground, and at all times fresh
and as cheap as elsewiiero. Wo aro also readj
to receive orders for
Sash, Kiiuds and Doors,
Mouldings and Houso Finishings of every de
scription, of as good material and workniansllli
as any other shop in tho State.
Done, to irder with Machinery which is now and
nt tho latest improvements. ith these fa';ili
ues io givo penect sattsiaction, wo solicit a
share ot public patronage-
UIXGHAM & LINCOLN
St. Albans, Feb. 27. 18(17. 151-tf,
MUtual Fire Insurance Co.
Notice of Assessments for 1808.
Tho members of the Vermont Mutual Firo In
surance Company are hereby untitled that the
lollowuig assessments havo been mado by the
uiii-uiiiis on an iiuies in loiue oil ino lOUOWUl
days, to wit :
Hrptaiubor 3, 1807,
November 1, 18(17,
December 23, 1807,
January 10, 18GS.
. per cent.
i per cent.
.1 per oent.
i per cent,
. per cent,
i per cent.
i per cent.
Jt per cent.
4 por oont.
.March in, ItiuB.
April 2. 1SG3,
April 5, J8G8.
April 20, 1 808,
Mav 1!J, 1808,
July 1, J8C8,
July 0, 1808,
i per cent.
Making 3 per cent, tor tho year ending August
1, 18litt. Said porcontago to bo east upon the
original amount of tlio premium note, without
relereneo to any endorsement; and to bo paid to
thoTronsuriT, at his ollico in Mompelicr. on or
uciiuu wiu uui iii.v ui vjuiooer, icuo.
Members of tho Company will lind in thohands
of tho Itcpresentatives eject to the Ltirixlaturo.
or Local Agei'tu of tlio Cciupany, n schedule
suowir.g uo umouiii oi assessment duo Irom
eapli respectively; and they aro pautieulailv do
sired to see that tho money for tholr assess
ments is forwarded' to tho ollico in October.
Tlio nbSesHinont must ho paid when duo. Those
who fall thus to pay ought not to expect to bo
paid ir their property is destroyed by lire. A
little attention to tiiis on tho part of tlio Mem-
oora oi i no uuiupauy, at u proper lime, win save
them expenso and trouble. See Section 8th,
Act of Incorporation, on your policy, which will
J. T. TIIUltSTON,
Mont poller, Sept. 1, 1808, Treasurer.
EUUliUU Coats, all kinds, at
WM. N. SMITH ACO'S.
CAPS FOIt SPlti, JUST ltECEIVED AT
WM. N.' SMITH ACO'S.
FURN IT U R
KITTREDGE & FULLE
f HUCCl'-SSOllS TO ICtTTIir.nnT! .V U-lTcnv
WOULD respectfully nniiounro to tho el
zens of Franklin County, that tliev hn
..,.!.. ... I. ...-I l.lllt ... 11.. i.. ......... .
now prepared to wait on their fi lends, with p
......... . .mi- v. ...... i, imiii. ... iiivii r i wi it . iiii.i i
ei s tii.ii eaimoi mil io suit, mi nave Jllst
ceived a line assortment of
Wall Paper and Border,
DINING, CKXTEU mill
SPUINO HHPS, COFFINS, CASKETS,
III fact, everything kept in Fiirnituri
ltooms will be found at our Store,
Opposite Charles Wymau
Taking this occasion to thank llin oW patr
of Kittredgo ft Watson for past favors; wo b
by low prices and strict attention to ourbusii
... : 1 1 .! f i,
11. 1111.111 .11111 II LTI1L' tl 1 1.111I1II1UI11.U 111 UIU S.l
and a share of tho public i ntronnge. Call
examine our goods nnd prices befoio purcha
GEO. IL KITTHIuDGl
AUSTIN W. l.'Pl.l.l'.l!
KUlllLS N . ill
rn itiia in'vii ifuin i i. t
I I 111 Ml lllil'fltltlVifii iivLliiw. I.li. I
.y ana rwmo, mid iv, UoUhjinUh. unucr
una liiimu Dewey, Nohlu tV Co. in Una day
solved by mutual cuiiHout.
St. Albans, vt. August 1st 18G8.
9S A ft wit.
l'l'l,.- ir. 11.1 1. . .
XI hinltli x r oster Is this day dissolved by
.mil nt ilfililu iliiii ..-ill 1. u..tll...l l .l ..i.i . i.
.w... ww..uu.... i.it utuittia liuiuiiai lllU B.1IU 1
V.. O ll,.-,.,.,, Ill. ..Il 1 .
HI.UII1 tutu lllll Ulf ELlllL'll ILL I Mill) I hi
convenient, anil ouiigo
L. Mel). SMITH.
liKUHUK It I.'flK'PIIf
Kr A iniiu Ua,.1 T TUI'U Mil.......
Vttiti f Dissolution.
1 1 1111. partnership heretoforo existing betw
jl mu. i.uoiio uiiu i.uma iuci'. Miiuii, im
tho linn name ot Locko A Smith, is this
dissolved by mutual consent. All dots duo
iv. ......... it l. ....:.i ... ii...:.. .., ,
buaincHH. WILLIAM LOCKi:,
LOUIS MoD. SM1TI
tJi All,-. r. Tl.. ..-.1. IO lU.m .
nin l?imn.Mc tvn nrnmiiiri ri i
w i.-iwi.iii'jiin uiiii'jiin.Mi i hiiiihp
l i i ii!n. i ....
..! ..I,... "Mill 1 -!!..
inmdn .niii-i. n., Dlnlli.i . .
luniurs, or cxoimnKo 1110 w.nno lor wool, A
(ivi) ulniiTt nl'i.-iiiwwi.i.vi.
N, li. Ollleo in Boutheml of Factory,
may bo found tlio booka and accouida oVtbo 1
tlrm of Plait it Hinkley.
uiiiuu w i.iuiuiuiii'J UJ1U OUliHl
pvISSOLUTION The copartnership here
liuntliiL'ton is hv i 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 i-ini r-n t. lliiu i nv il
Moivt il. All accounts witli said firm innst
untrlml i,i, ,11ml In I .il T.Ulw.,. ..n,.l.w... 11.
izeu 10 receipt ior ino baiue.
. . . 12. H. HUNTINGTON
tit. Aipans, i,eu, lutn, 1BU8.
" in ,'ot.ili n.i.l .... l...t ,i . l 1
chos will lie ermtiiiurifl i-illi iii-r,,i-ii,..L.u
a woriiinanliko manner as liei etoforo, by
y received WM. N. SMITH r.ivu
IlllUlVH Uf AJJ, KI.MJS : TIIAYET.T.T
JL Dags ot all kinds, at
WM. N. SMITH .t CO'S
rjlltlCOT Sicks at
WM.N. SMITH A- CO'S
RENTS' FU11NISII1NO GOODS
iviua, you will lnui at
1IXU. ilt OJU111 IX