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VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, SEPTEMBER 29, 1868.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALBANS, VT.
Tuesday Sei'tilmiikh 20, 1808.
Ul-A'RSlitt S. CHANT.
I'OIl VICE I'KEKtDIiN'T,
For Electors at .fiivf Okoiiof. W. OiuNlr.T, of
Vergciincs; II. r.vnili.vN-us', of .St. Johiisbury.
For F.leclor - - Third District -Guoi.ue Wit.
kiss, of Stdwc.
Speech of Kx-Sivretuy Stanton.
Hon. Edwin M. .Stanton addressed
the people oi'Steubcnvdle,Ohio, on Fri
day last in a speech of power. Alluding
to the debt, lie condensed the whole
question into this paragraph: "The
payment of principal and interest ot
any debt is hard after the money has
been expended; but that furnishes no
honest nation with an excuse for refut
ing payment, and a government which
would undertake to deal with the cred
itors in that manner and fur such reason
would be a pishing, a scorn and a by
word am .ng the nations oi the earth."
We commend the following pas.-age to
our loyal men :
"And I now ask what reason has any
man to vote against Cien. LiraiuV Hit)
capacity and integrity lor civil adminis
tration were equally inaniie&l lit t lie
va-jt territories in wnich lie operated, li
any man among you woiiid take from
the boy the musket and iuiapsien tual
his lather carried at JJuneisun, at Vieks
burg upon Lookout Mountain, thougli
out ilie Wiidernc-s, beioie ltichnmud,
at Five Forks, at Appomattox Court
House, a n d, shouldering pioudly,
marched with two hundred llioit.-und or
his lellow soldiers through the streets
of Washington and aiouuu the Capitol
ami Executive Mum-ion that he deiend
ed Willi his life foryouM, in tlu lon
lniucli, the wearisome siege and the
storm of battle let such men vote
against Gen. Grunt. (Applause.) Ii
there is any man among ou that would
blot from the page of our history the
story of these great achievements, let
him draw black lines around them, ami
write-across tehir tace: '1 have no share
in these freat deed, for I voted against
Giant.' (Applause.) Is there any man
niiiuiiy ) uu iiiiit trutiUl lumpd lliu ui-
inies of the Potomac, of the banks of tiio
Ohio,of the Cumberland, of the Tennes
see, and of the Gulf, to be again gather
ed at the tap of the drum, and surrender
ed U9 prisoners of war to Lee and John
son, Beauregard and Forest, Johnston'.1
Let him vole against Gen. Grant. (Ap
plause.) Ii there is any man among
you who has forgotten that bright sum
mer Sabbath day when the little Moni
tor steamed o.it against the new sea
monitor, the Merrimac, and be.'ore noon
drove her shattered and crippled to port ;
if there is any man who would have re
joiced to behold a cannon ball shatter
Furragut, as, lashed to his mast, he drove
through the rebel licet and dashed them
to pieces let that man vote against
Grant. If any man would have Wor
den and Furragut, and Winship, and all
our great Adniiials.haul down the .Star
spangled, Banner, never again to brave
tne battle and the breeze if he would
kco them slink in shame from their own
quarter-decks, and give up their ships
to Maury and Buchanan, and Senimcs
and Moll'at, while the Conlederato bars
an-l emblems ofriiavery Haunt on every
sea and in every State, let that man vote
against Grant, voteearly and vote often;
for if Grant be elected this State shall
disappear from the lirmament beiore
the bannerol' the United Statesshall suf
fer tarnish or shame on the land or on
the deep. (Applause. If iliure is any
man among you that would reverse the
order of history, who would bring upon
you a shame and reproach nevor before
known among the nations of the earth,
who wou.d have the commander of the
United States Army deliver up his
sword and humbly bow boiore tue reb
el commander, let that man vote against
Grant, but never again call himself an
American citizen. (Applause.) If there
is any man whoso eyeballs would not
burn to behold Lee upon the portico oi
the Capitol, with Be. tu regard, Preston
and Forrest at hiasldc, with a Confeder
ate army around htm, and, us tins Gov
ernment is trans c red to them, listen to
the rebel yell as it sounds on the Held
of battle and in the New York Conven
tion (loud cheers) let such a man v-te
against Grant, and go to Washington on
the 4th of March. (Applau-e.j Why,
then, I repeat, should any lover of h'is
country vote against Grant, Collax and
the Kopubucun members ot congress V"
The GENi.n.vii Convention.
The Free J'rctis says that the general
Convention of the Protestant Episcopal
Church, which meets at Trinity Chapel
inNew York Oct. 7, will comprise a larg
er number of bishops, clergy, and laity
than have over assembled on similar oc
casions. The business which will be
brought before it will include tho erec
tion of six or seven new dioceses and
missionary jurisdictions; the election
and perhaps consecration of several
bishops; tho re-adjustment of tho code
of canons to new phases of church
growth and action ; the various memo
rials touching vital points of faith, ritual,
and discipline, wliicli will be presented,
tho recasting of tho wholo foreign mis
sionary work of tho Church; tho revisi
on of thecourso of studies for candidates
for holy orders, na prescribed by the
House of Bishops ; tho division of new
mi l cnlarrtcd nuclides of church educn
i . I .. I .1 1 A.I .1 ...
lion null ciiurcti umuhsiuii , aim mu-1
thoils fornilmlnistoring to the spiritual
neens oi me pour, aim aui-uusaiuii b1"!' ,
pllng with the most prevalent forms of -
STAll'I'LINCl Revelation, A fact
procured at Washington from n perfect
ly re.iable f-ourcc by Col. Hawkins, is
alsolutely startling In Its revelation of
the Southern situation. Six thousand
one hundred and two persons have been
murdered in the South since the close of
the war for their Union sentiments.
Few of the murderer have been
brought to account, and fewer still
have met with any punishment.
It is stated that John Minor Bolts will
speak before the close of the canvass for
Grant and Colfax.
Tho following letter, read by Mr.
Stanton in the course of one of his
speeches in Ohio, the other day, sutli
clently show's Gen. Grant's political po
sition and sympathies in lfv 1 :
City Point, Nov. 10, ISO 110:30 p.m.
lion. Edwin M. Stanton,
Seeietary of War.
Enough now seems to be know n who
is to hold tlie reins of Government lor
the next four vents. Congratulate the
1'iesident for tliis double victory. Tho
election having pmocd oll'quietly, with
no bloodshed or riot thioughout tho
land, is a victory woith moie to the
country than a battle won. Kobeldom
and Eiuope will consider it so.
(Signed) U. H. Ok.vnt,
The Tribune's Washington correspon
dent says that Mr. E. L. Stanton, son of
the ex-Secrctary, lias just returned from
Ohio, where he has been making cam
paign speeches in Judge Bingham's
District. lie savsthe Judge is ha inga
hard light, but a careful canvass of tho
District makes him confident of several
hundred majority. Both parties are do-in-:
their utmost, but it is painfully evi
dent to the Democracy that it is an up
hill iiyht, with them.
Speaker Colfax, in a brief speech
before the Union League in New York,
on Thur.-day evening, said :
I say to you, and J feel that I am in
vading no'conlidence in doing so, that I
have it Irom the lips of our chief, tiiat,
when elected President for I feel that
it lias been decreed that he will be Pres
identno matter what his administra
tion may produce, above all tilings else
we shall have the strong arm of the
Executive, representing the will and
majesty of a mighty people, declaring
and insuring to every citizen, black or
white, rich or poor, be he humble or ex
alted, the safeguard of the nation, and
protecting him from every wiong with
the shield of our national strength.
A Tennessee Democratic paper says of
the massacre at Camilla, Ga. : " We do
not approve of the slaughter of the
blacks, but this first encounter is but a
prestige of the fate that awaits the col
ored race when they suffer white scala
wags, carpet-baggers, and villians to
ar ay them against the white race and to
lead them to hostility against them."
Senator Conness, of California, in a
letter to the Central Grant and Colfax
Club of Washington, said : "On the 30th
I am to s peal; at New York to the Irish
Republican Clubs of that city, at the
Cooper Institute. Their organizations
there promise very much for the success
of our ticket in that State, and for the
lasting credit of Irishmen."
Ex-Gov. Flanders, of Louisiana, arriv
ed in Washington on Saturday evening,
direct from New Orleans. He reports
the Republicans of his State as well or
ganized and confident. Ho thinks.thcre
is no doubt about Louisiana giving a
decided majority for Grant and Col
fax. Hon. J. McLeod Murphy, of New
York, and lately a Tammany Democrat
ic Senator, elected by 5,00J majority,has
come out for Gen. Grant.
There was a great Republican demon
stratiou on Saturday, at the dedication
of the new Tannery, erected by the
Voting Men's Union League at St. Louis,
Mo. There were not less than 4,000
torches in t lie procession, and more than
- I,0J0 people were out.
The Richmond County X.Y.lOaxtle
edited by a Democrat, and heretofore
neutral in polities conies our for Grant
Tnu-ntH-ilvt' i cars Vravticii
lu the Tic.itiiicnt of Diseases incident to Fe
males, has placed Dr. Dow ut (he he ad of till the
jihysiciaiis making such practice a specialty, and
mibii s him to guarantee a sucedy and perman
ent cure in the worst eases of 6(i;yv.-.M'j;i and
til other Menylriial Deriiuyeini iitu, from icmt
((( cnuse. All letters lor advice must contain
t1. Oliice, No. 'J Liitlicott .Street, lloston.
N. 11. hoard furnished to those desiring to re
main under treatment.
lloston, July, lata. 22ulvnUw
OTH PATCHES, FhECIvLES AND TAN.
THE OITLV liEXjIiUJLE KEIOCEDV
For those brown discolorations on tho i'aco is
' I'errv's Moth and Freckle Lotion." Prepared
only by Dr. 11. C. Perry, VJ Dond St., New Yoik.
UiTSuld oon where. sn-210-liiu
I'h'roiv ol'Yout li.
GENTLEMAN who suffered for years from
nervous debility, and premature decay, and
in the ellects of youthlul indiscretion, will, for
the sake of sintering humanity, send freo to all
who need it, the receipt and directions for mak
ing the siniplo remedy by which ho was cured.
niufercrs wishing to prolit by tho advertiser's
experience, can do to by addressing, in perfect
coulidence, JOHN 15. OGDEN,
lGO-lv 42 Cedar Street, Now York.
m i -t -t , n t 1 1 i
10 1110 iNOTVOUS it J )C 1)111- !
tt ft o H 13 sufferings have been protrac
tcdlrom hidiU'ti eauscH, aiid'.Tlioxo eases ro
quire prompt treatment to render exigence do
drablo : If you are sulicriug or hao sulVcrod,
from Involuntary discharges, what effect dooti it
product) upon yoiirgrnci al health ? Do you feel
weak, debilitated, easily tired ; Does a little ex-,
tra exertion produce palpitation of the heart ?
Does your liver, or urinary, organs, or vour kid
lievH, fieipienlly get out of order V Is your
urine sometimes thiol;. uiilUv. or' lloukv. or is it
ropy on settling ? Or does a thick scum rise on
the top ? Or in n HOdimclit at the bottom idler it
has Ktood awhile ? Do von have spells ofshoit
breathing or dyspepsia I Are your bowels con
stipated? Do you have, spells of fainting, or
rushes of blood to the head Is your memory
impaired ? Is your mind constantly dwelling up
on thin subject 1 Do you feeldilll, listless, mop
ing, luvu hi company, or nie t uo yon wish to
be lelt alone, to et away from everybody ? -Does
any little tiling make you fctai t "or Jump ?
Is your sleep broken or restless ? Is the lustre
of vour eye as brillhnt ? The bloom on vour
cheek as 'blight ? Do you enjoy yourself in so
ciety as well I Uo j on pursue your business
with the same ener;v ? Do you feci as much
coiilldenee in yourself? Are your spirits dull
i.nd lint;;!";, given to fits of melancholy? If so
do not lav it to your lhcr or dyspepsia. Have
yon lestless nijiuts? Your hack weak, your
l.nees weak, anil have but little appetite, and
vim attribute this to dvspepsU or liver-complaint
Now. render, self abuse, venereal diseases
badly cured, and sexual excesses, are all cap.tS1'
lile oi priiiliii'iui; a wcai-noss ol tne generative
organs. The organs of geneiatlon, when in
perfect health, make tho man. Did you ever
think that those, bold, defiant, energetic, per
sowring. successful business men are always
UuiHO whose generative organs are in perfect
health ? You ncer hear such men complain o!
being melancholy, of iicrvouslic.-s, of palpita
moii of the heart. They are never afraid they
c.uiiiot succeed in business ; they don't become
sad and discouiaged ; they are always polite
and pleasant in the company of ladies, and
look you and them light in the fjee iiouu ol
oiir downcast looks or any other nicnnncsa
About them. 1 do not moan those inflated by
running to excess, These will noi only ruin
heir const itutioiis, but uluo those they do busi
ness with or for.
How many men, from badly cured diseases,
Irom the ellects of self-abuse ned excesses, have
brought about that state of weakness in those
organs that has reduced the general system so
much a to induce almost every oilier disease -idiocy,
lunacy, paraljsis, spinal affections, sui
cide, and almost every other form of disease
which humanity is heir to, and the real cause
of the trouble scarcely ever suspected, and have
doelored lor all but the right one.
Diseases of these organs require tho use of a
Hum tic. llKUIDUl.D'S FLUID KXTIt.U'T
DUi'llU is the great Diuretic, and is it ceitain
cure for diseases of the Dladdcr, Kidneys, Gru
el, jJinpay, Uiganic Weakness, leinale i:om
nluinls, General Debility, and all diseases ol tho
Urinary Organs, whether existing in Male or
Female, fioiu whatever cause originating, and
no matter of how lol.g staiidiug.
It no treatment is mihmi.tcd to, Consumption
or insanity may ensue. Our Uesh and blood
me supported irom these souices, and tho health
and I appii.css, and that of Posterity, depends
upon prompt use of a reliable remedy.
llcliiibold's Extract liuchu, established up
waids of 18 years, prepared hv II. T. HELM
HOLD, Druggist, 501 Xuw York', irid 101 .South
Kith Street, Philadelphia, I'a. l'ltici: J1.25 per
bottle, or I! bottles lor i(i.Gi), delivered to any
address. Sold by a'l Druggists everywhere.
6" None uio Genuine unless done up in steel-
engraved wrapper, with lae-sunilo ol my Chemi
cal Warehouse, and signed
Wi 11. T. IIELJIUOLD.
Manhood: How Lost, How Restored.
i,,i .lust published, a new ednion ot Dr. Cnl
tikt vt' wH' 01rlr:iltl K.sny on the
3i9 radical cure (without medicine) of St'Eit-
MANor.nmiiA, or seminal w
'..l... T 1
v, also, CoNsuiii'iioN.
Seminal Losses, lMl-oiXNCY
lU'iLiu-sv, and Fits, induced by self-indulgenco
or sexual extravagance.
jf'3-rrieo in a sealed envelop, only (i cents.
The celebrated author in this admirable essay
learlv demonstrates irom a thirty years' suc
cessful practice, that tho alarniiugcoiisequcnees
of self-abiiso may bo radically cured wiMumt the
dangerous uso of internal medicine or the appli
cation of a knife ; pointing out a mode of cure at
; i ...! 1 I i
u. ice si'iip'c, eui tain mm I'uuuiu.u, u.v menus oi
which every sullerer, no matter what his condi
tion maybe, may euro himself cheaply, privately,
u"This lecture shoul'l bo in tho hands of overv
youth and every man iu the laud.
Sent under seal, m a plain envelope, to any
tddress, liustiwiil, on receipt of six cents, or two
post stamps. Also, Dr. Culvorwcll s " Marriage
Guide," price 23 cents. Address the Publish
er. CilAH. J. O. KLINE .V CO.,
17 U(iwci'j'Nw orlt,j.)st UillcoUox l,.,Sl,
The American Cooking Stove.
ANOTiir.n P.vrnsr Suit. We understand
Messrs. Shear, Packard .V Co. have been com
pelled to commence a suit against Hunt .1' Mil
ler, of Hudson, for infringing the Patent on tho
Ash Sitleriii the American Cooking btovo. llus
is the litth suit tliey huvo been compelled o
bring against different parties on this Stove.
The four previous BU.ts have resulted favorably
for S, 1'. .V Co., and they are determined to fol
low up all cases of intriugemcut until others
cease irom appropriating their improvements.
Mbang Jkeiiing Journal, July 20(i, 1HGS.
All persons aro cautioned against selling or
using Stoves with a Shaking Ash Sifter in tho
hearth, or under tho grate, as this improve
ment is fully secured to us by iivo different Pa
tents, and all persons selling or using Stoves
witli this improvement, will bo liable to prosecu
tion for infringement, as wo have granted no
licenses to other parties to make or sell this im
provement and all infringements w ill bo prompt
SI EAIt, PACKAI1D k CO.,
Albany, N. Y.
Fop Sale by D. M. WALKER,
&"J ALBANS, VT.
" It Works Like a Charm."
Havo yon Headache? Uso Itenne's Magic Oil
llitVo you Toothache? Use ltenno's Magic Oil
Have you Neuralgia? Use ltenno's Magic Oil
Ilae you ltheuuiatism ? Use Kciiuo's Miudo Oil
Have you Soro Throat? Uso ltenne's Magie Oil
nave you ftciutica r uso iteune s Jlagio Oil
Have you a Uruiso? Uo ltenno's Maiiie Oil
Have you Cramps? Uso lleiiue's Magic Oil
Have you Choi. Morbus? Uso ltenno's Magic Oil
Have you Lameness? Usu ltenno's Magic Oil
1 his is the b-bt family remedy, to euro all
kinds of pain, you ever tried. .
It is clean, safe mid delicious to uso. and if
you Use it taithlully, it will Uo you good.
Directions on each bottle, liny it of tho Dru'
gist or Merchant where yon tradu. If they have
not got it on hand they will send for it, at vour
renuest. and sell you tho uenuino ltenno's Pain-
Killing Magic Oil, at tho manufacturer's lowest
price at retail.
WM. ItEENE, Sole Proprietor ami Manufac
turer, Pittslleld, Mass.
Sold in St. Albans by all Druggists, Weeks A
Iteynolds, Grocery In Swanton Falls by D. T
tiy Tiucj-' Vegetable Healing llulm!
For it is a Magio Ointment, and will destroy and
cure Felons, Fever, Calomel, Erysipelas and
Scrofula Sores, Ivy Poison, Rheumatism, Croup,
Diptlieria, Cuts, Burns, Bruises Ac. And is al
so good for pains in tho Back, Sido and Cheat,
and is u specific for Man or Beast.
S. 11. DAY. Agent,
163-ly St. Albaiia.
nANCER, SCROFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIVER
Comi.laiut, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Ac,
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I'lacc, Uoatou, Mu,
AVUlutV ltnlmnii of IVIIil Clicny.
Coughs, Colih, llrouchilif, Mthma, Croup
-vugns, lvkip, nroncnuis, a
m0oiUig Cough, Quinsy, nml the
well as dangerous diseases of the Throat, Chest,
and Lungs, prevail iu our changeable climato
at all seasons of tho year; few are fortunate
enough to escape their baneful influence How
important then to have at hand a certain anti
dote to all these complaints. Experience prove
that this exists iu It Mar's Ihiteam to an extent
nut found iu any other remedy; however severe
the sulTcriug, tho application of tills soothing
healing and wonderiul lSalsain at once van
quishes the dlscaBo and restores tho sufferer
to wonted health.
TWDNTY YKAKS' EXI'DUII'INCH.
Monk-ton, Vt .luno W, 1800.
Messrs. S. V. l'owi.K .V Co., llostoii,
Gentlemen llavinjj for twenty years past
been in the habit of using Dr. Wistar's llalsam
of Wild Cherry, in eases of Coughs. Colds, and
l'ulmonarv Ailections. I can testify to its irreat
merits with the utmost confidence. I believe it
to be the best inedlcino for these complaints ev
er used, and have no doubt that tho uso of it
has at tliiee several times saved me from Con
sumption, besides many times in late years, af
fording immediate relief in less severo attacks.
I am 78 years of age, and for many ycats have
been a subject for pulmonary disease, but by the
use of this excellent remedy I keen mvself unite
.comfortable. I can hardly find laugiiagu to
express the exalted opiniou'l have of the Dal-
sain, and recommend its use to an as tue nest
remedy that can bo used. CHOUGH DAUT.
Prepared by SBTH W. VOWL1'. A SON, IS
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O ently it penetrates through every pore,
H elievmg sufferers from eacli angry sore ;
A 11 wounds it heals with certainty and speed ;
C uts. Hums, from inflammation soon are freed ;
l. luptlons, at its presence disappear ;
S kins lose each stain, and the complexion's cle.u!
S ai.vc. such as Guack's I'very one should buy,
II to its wondrous merits testify,
I. et those who doubt, a single box but try,
V erily, then its true deserts 'twould bine ;
E yen unbelievers would laud Giiack's Sai.vuI
V. O. Try a box of Pound's Planlah
Ointment. Tho best t ein tho World
'T.tke no other, but insist i liaviui; this. Foi
sale bv all Druggists and 'ouiitrv Dealers.
DJ. W. "POLAND,
Female Strengthening Cordial.
A Sjii'i'itio hiineilyj'or thr Dkcam-s of the llepro
It imparts tone and vigor to the Uterus, and
gives renewed vitality to tho whole svstcm. Al!
cases of Debility peculiar to Females will lind
soverign remedy in this compound.
Prepared at tho New England Dotanie Depot
GEO. W. SWF.TT, M.D., Proprietor.
une dollar per bottle, live dollars tor six
TM1. FltED'K MOIiUlLL. Physician and Sur
XJ genu, gives exclusive attention to Diseases
ot women. He has made diseases of woman his
study for tho past twenty years. His practice
has been ve.-y extensive both in Hospital and in
private practice. His reputation has vouchers
in an ttiu city papers, ins patients, and llie medi
cal profession, botli hero and abioad, as being
the most skillful specialist lure, and a thorough
master of all sexual diseases.
Dr. Padeiford is admitted bv the best medical
talent of the country to have no cqiral m tin
treatment ot I'cmair; complaints, audit is no uu
usual occurrence for physicians in regular nrao
tico to recommend patients to him for treatment
I ...i ill!.. i. .1 '.ii i ;
i mien aniieiou wmi tuseues ill ins speciality,
I Ladies will receive tho most scientific a'tten
turn, both medically and surgically, with pnvate
apartments during sickness, and with old and
experienced nurses, if they wish.
Tho poor advised free of cliaruo. Physicians
or patients widiing his opinion or advice, bviot
ter, ami enclosing tno usual lee, w in uo answered
oy return man.
Medicines sent to all parts of the country.
Oliice, No. 18 HOWAKD STllEE'l',
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goons are going last.
fiST" Prices low for Cash.
L. Mi l). SMITH, it Co.
So. 2, Darrow lilock, Main St. .St. Albans Vt
GRAND OPECTXKG !
FALL GOODS !
H, 0, POST, & 00. 's.,
TU.ST RECEIVED from .New Toik, a nplendid
tf 1.1110 Ol Ol
New and Choice Di-chh Goods,
Enijirc.is Cloths EpiiiKelhie, Trench Berccs
Silk and Wool, Shot 1'opliiiK I'reneh Jlcil
noes, with a great
Variety of Plain and i'oplln Alpacan,
and Cheno I'oiilins, all at VfiltV
LOV I'ltlCES. Wo have a full
Silk ErinKes, Utuck and Colored
Velvet Itibbons, with lluttonh and
Gimjia to niatcli. Our Stock of I'rints
Dleaehed and Drown Cottons, Delsins, in
fact everything in the line of Domestics, is full,
ti full linn of
Cassimercs, Tailor's Trim
minus, Gloves, Hos cry, Shawlp,
Dutchess Kidds, and lireakfaHt fchawls
A Choico line of Dry Groceries may always bo
found in stock.
l'leaso call and examine Goods and Price i be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
II. C. TOST, A- Cn.
Cor. Main and Fairfield fits., St. Aibaus, Vt,
Goldsmith & Rphvpv
(JENEUAL IXSUKAXCU UEVi'N
xoxriiAfAnxst., sr. aluaai, v
11 fc. 7'ViV'. nlruiiJ mul AitiiUitlr
Insurance effected in Jlt'iabtc
Jj()K$C8 cmiitnbhi tnlltmlnl uu.! Vn.in,
Confectionery & Fruit Store
New Stock of Goods just Receive
4 .M'.W Lino oflmporteil Gum!- a ii w thin
xjt. in tins mai iiet .
A New lot of CANNED COOLS.
ii... limir 1M iriir . i T..t.
uiu I'JjtllJliO UIU1 1.111.11 l
Full lino ill TOBAC' 0 andClGAl.r
10S-C-W1-1 II. L. sVMsON , ( o
LOOK OUT FOR SPLIT TICKETS !
A BATCH OF TRUTH'S ! !
Wr. would resiii-etflillv e-di lb all. i t un
the public, to our eew and wi 11 1. . I a l
m, .ml .if l''till Iif.ll Will I .l- I ' i t lti i ,n .
( 'iitnlil iwilifr t'ull fitnl Witil. 1 1 i i i I if.
tne illllerelit M les. iiHo lii.t i, .md h i. I , it-.
-mil. Jtl.inv ii-uii tm., j.ii.vii vii 'i iiii iu
1.1 ...1. I.. 1.. . ii . .i
.-.ilk .Mid. and l aiicy Ciisr. t tuituniu tl
latest ut, ii1. l'antf. Mini i .-is in in a.uiiltsi
ilile natteriis. Also a laiue .i-M.iti utnf Hat
and Caps, adapted for l'.ib i inl Wintir u-
Wo also liave a lai-;e asM.iinti.t ol Gtul
l-'iiiuisliing Gooim, i-umpii-itig 1 ml' r Shu
....i 1 1 in..; i I.- i i ...
diiits, liiirk Gluten, Nerktiis. la.r I in a
iiideverytbiiigenmpiiiinga tiiitf I.ish 1 urms
nig Stole. Al.-o a large ,it.oil!ii i.t i I 1 a I al
Winter Dools, which we ell. r .it pi in Mini . i
it be beat lu 1'iai.Min ( 1 1 . t ; .
Give Us a c ill ami s.iti-l ym f. Ci iu
lull uu in in. limn nun jri'i, limn i ...
-llOlMI With pIlMMUC. Ill III. I.il . I' till . a i
Mill Kl , Pi hi
Lake Street, Amel ie in I luu- i. ilwir!)
We propose to fight it out on this I in
iop the next
icrms vtii uiiniiHiiitunu' ui rriuter
Wi! make IN.jicc liy a uf;orous
prospcHlion of Till WMIW
4 GENTS WANTED in t very Ton n, t icanviiii
Kinploviiii ul for tii utli im ii t r Ladies.
iniliviibi.il. Tuu-nr t 'ouiitv or .-it.it.- l.l!l.l.s f.
j.ui it'i l aiui t ivt.'i i trr. iiiit ii uu till, iiht iu. it
.i new (loioo for catchintr llu-i. bv whah ai
.inly can nil her lionise ot thoec n. tn. a re.iih
i.s alio can di.Kt her liarlor. We curry on ti
i: ...ii... : ..i r i
lecortinn to no i'oinoim, htickiiw l'la.-ter, i
Chemical conibinatioiiM, but, like "Crocket
'conn." tbev coine down. Wl lite bv ae.ion in
woraal Uentlemeii or l.atlieH, nix IS. W
ureaeitt ou the best Held and indilceuieiitH i'i
caiiva.-hiii to lie fnund in the L'nned fitatcM.
iiniiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiii3 .iiuii i i-cii in uu mil ii-i.i.-i
St. AlbaiiM. Vt.
K S i!33 "ST .
iWTYV ST RAM MILL
Bing-ham & Lincoln,
N.nr (he I-'n iulll Depot, St. .Villain, VI.
I tiiitl i1 Kiiiilst nF fr:mi t'nr t"i 1 I Iiih All
kl UWtt lliVtl t 11 nHIIVi Vl'lll initu. IIIU V-i'ttiUt
; , . 7 . a ;
I I r iL'Li. u Nil to tti l i.iuiv iu uiiuiuiiu iiiin
U i; tiiimiuin i jiimii, ui 111 ii' ji'iuaui u
uoitiwti umil in- nniiilN lor ixtui r. u'm r:iit ilii :i
niiii(rH. i i n 1 1 ;i 1 1 uu i ii i u i in iiitsu triii
mi Hut I.hI'iihI in- iminm itiu n r nil tinii'j tnw
uiu tin cncim iiH t'ltjt'wiu'ic, Mi' aiu iiibuiuiui
to rt'ccivo oidora wr
Sash, (Hinds acid Doon9
MoiildingH antl Hmiho riniHhingH of every iU-
in any outer hikm) iu uio nuue,
Mew to Hive peifect satis-iaction, wo BohcH
hare ol imblie patroiiafje
lil.SGIiAM A LINCOLN
St. Alb.nih. Feb. 27. IN17. lfil-tr.
Mutual Fire Insurance Co
Notice of AsM-j.-.iiii iit! foe IMii.
Tho nieiubers of the Ve-iiMut iliitinl Firo In
(IIKIIWIILT UMMCHSl irillH ll'lC lll'l'll 1111(11 11V 111
'III l-l'll 1H ( 11 Mil I1I1I1IH 111 Klll'l' (11 lllll Kill IWIir.
days, to wit :
September 0, ISG7,
Not ember -1, 1H(J7,
December aa, IBU7,
Jiinuaiy It). lbUS,
I per cent.
4 per cent.
Mai eh 1H, 1KUS.
Apiil '.', ISUH,
f per cent.
API II Jl'.
April 'J'J, iblM,
iuv 1:1, lbOS,
Inly 1, IbliS,
July U, ibiw,
Milking 3 per cent, lor the ye.ir endliif; August
1, IStiS. haiil iierceiitage to be c.it upon tlie
original amuiiiit of the pieniium note, without
reteience to any endoiMJiiient; and tube paid to
thoTreatuuir. at his oil co in Monipelier, on or
before the Mth dy of October, lhed.
Membei'M of tlie Com any will Timlin the hands
of the lteprchi ntatives elect to the Legislature,
or Local Agents of the Company, n Kcheduie
uhowir.g tlie amount of assessment due Irom
each respectively; and tiny are p.tniieularlv du
sired to see that the money lor their assess
ments is forwarded' to tlie oliice m October.
Tho assessment must be paid when duo. Those
wlio fail tints to pay ought not tot pect to bo
lniid if their property is destroyed by inc. A
little attention to this on tho part of the Mem
bers of the Company, at a proper time, will bavo
them expeuso and trouble. See Section 8th.
Act of Incorporation, on your policy, which will
J. T. THUHSTON.
Montpelicr, Sept, 1, 18JS. ii eunitnr.