Newspaper Page Text
miles from Sliolbtnn, Into on Saturtlny
Mr. .Russell, the deceased, wna n rich,
thrifty fanner, owning about 375 acres
I., ml... .1 1 .1 CM. ..It
ui limn in j iiiiusiiiui;ii nun cuumum,
and was ono ot the wealtliiest men in
Ills town, being estiniat-d to be worth
SoO.OOit. lie was a native of 1 1 inesbiirh,
liiiilt the house ln lives in -l ! yoi.rt ago,
was a quiet, inod'eiisive man, a good
citizen, and an esteemed tuembei' of the
.uctlioiilst cnurcn. J i e jeaves iwo enn
dren. Mr. Hhvoori Russell, and Mrs. N
It. Miles of lllnesburgh. lie was an
uncle of Ira Uuss-ell of thin city, and
llnnv Riiksi-II of Sliolliiirn. He was a
large' powerfully built man, weighing
about 220 pounds, and the blow nnibt
nave been a poweriui one nun strucu
Hundreds of people from lllnesbtirgh
and the neighboring towns visited the
excitement prevailed. This is the eighth
murder that has been committed in
Chittenden Coiintv In nine eais. The
murderer, thou "h lie did the awful deed
bungllngly, had clearly premeditated it.
A pitchfork was found with one of the
tines broken and the handle about three
teet from the fork, partially cut through
as if ho intended to use it as a dirk.
The harness in the barn were found dis
arranged, and the reins cut where they
buckled into the bit, in order to delay
pursuit. A whip was also found broken
n its socket.
About six months since, an attempt
was made by some persons to enter Mr.
Russell's house through a window; but
the noise awnkened the old gentleman
and the burglar tied.
The funeral of the deceased will take
place at his late residence on Tuesday
next at ten a. m.
AVe have to add that the supposed
murderer was arrested on the cars at
Watcrbury, this, (Monday,) morning.
Tie got upon the train at Esex Junction
and entered into conversation witli the
baggage master, and asked him if he had
heard about tlie minder. The lggagc
master replied that lie had not, and the
man continued to enter into detail as
to how the murder was committed. Sus
picions were aroused, blood was discov
ered upon his coat collar, and elsewhere
about his. clothing, and he Avas arrested
at "Watcrbury and was (alien to jail at
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALBANS, VT.
Monday Octojji:h .", IS'JS.
ULYSSES S. Oil ANT.
rou vice iMti:sii)i:.T,
C IrlU Y Lli R C O I jFA X.
For Electors at Large Gr.onar. W. Ouanpiiv, nl
VcrgeuncB; II. Kviiihankh, of .St. .lohiislmiy.
For Hector Third District CSkoisui; Wit.
KINS, of Stowc.
Soldiers' and Sailors' Con rent ion
The Convention of Soldier.-! and Sail
ors re-assembled in Independence.
Square, Philadelphia, Thursday even
ing. The Square blazed with gas lights,
and presented a magnificent spectacle.
Among the mottoes spaunhur the ave
nue was "Grant us Peace."
Gen. Barnum made an uddre.-s in be
half of th Boys in Blue, in which lie
aid that, grateful to Almighty God for
being pcrmitlGd to assemble on that sa
cred spot, the representatives of millions
of Union soldieis anil.:iiors who fought
against treason in the recent war, rev
erently renew their obligations to the
rescued Republic and purified Consti
tution. Gathering in a great city, pre
eminent among those communities dis
tinguished for their generosity and
loyalty in the darkest hours of our na
tional troubles, they did not come ns
partizais. They meet to p.c.are to
discharge the new dutieslevolvcd upon
them in a new crisis, more perilous
than the conflict from which they had
just emerged, and to cull upon thoirlate
comrades in arms to co-operate with
them ngalnst their old adversaries, in
flamed by the same passions, led by the
same leaders, and exulting in the same
name. These adversaries are now pro
jecting (mother conspiracy, seeking to
recover, by violent and dishonorable
means, what they lost by their report to
arms. They assembled in the interests
of peace alone. They propose no plan
of war. They knew that In is givar riso
plo, through all their into.-c&ts, long for
repose, yet they could not deny that tho
present peril of tho Republic' is greater
than in thodarkesthourof the rebellion.
In such an emorgoucy, noUnion soldier
or sailor can hesitate. They also knew
tliot Horatio Seymour is asVmpliatical-
iy mo uiautr oi a now reneuion as Jtuu, 1
JO. Leo was of the old; that Hoiutioj
Seymour was nominated by a convention '
entirely controlled by tho olllcers and'
politicians who plunged the country in-.
to civil war ; that the revolutionary part
of tho Democratic platform was devised
aid d ctated by the rebel generals as a
condition of their support to tho Demo-.
caatio party ,' that the Doipoeratio lead
ers, now full of sympathy for the Mouth
em rebels, nevor contributed a dollar to
tho public treasury (lining the war,
never denounced tho savago treatment,
by tho people of tho South, of tho pris
oners of tho North, and nosor lejo.cod
over a triumph oi our arms; that the
bluo uniform is a badge of disgrace in
the South, ami ovoryUniou soldier tiom
a General, sent to execute the laws, to
I a private In the ranks, has been, and
continues to ue, an object or Incessant
insult and persecutions or rebel leaders ;
that since tlio nomination of Seymour
and Blair, Union men have been usus
Inated by hundred in the Southern
States; but while these memories arouse
a righteous resentment, there are others
that Inspire noble gratitude, 'lhev felt
indebted to (ho Republican partv for
standing by (hem, without flinching,
throughout all penis and privations, in
view of the hostile preparations for a
new lebellion, with a ptofouud sense of
thcirobligatlons to the countiy and the
Republican any, they call upon every
citizen who wore the I'liion blue, wheth
er on land or sea, to east his vote in the
forthcoming election for tho Union
State tickets and for Giant and Colfax.
And, further, to mark alike the sinceri
ty and eilleieiii- of Iheh'bolemn declara
t.ons, they iuvok" their late comrades in
arms to set apart the election day as a
peiiod of unremitting exertion and un
ceasing vigilance, and formally an
nounce that the Kith of October in tho
States of Pennsylvania, Oiiio and In
diana shall be observed among their
comrades as a general holiday. The
victory on the Kith ot October, ne said,
would be Sheiidan's victory of Five
Forks, marshalling the way to (! rant's
tran.-condaiit triumph on the Appoinot
lox in November.
General Kilpalriek was called upon
for a speech, and in the cour.-e of his rc
mariis said : "All of you remember
those proud and happy Hays when the
heioes of Georgia and i lie Carolina
joined the boys in blue around Grant,
nelow the Potomac, and with colors fly
ing and drums beating. All came
marching homeacross the hills and val
ues of irgina, keening step to the
sweet music of the Union; and wo
thought when marching down Pennsyl
vania avenue we were passing the ni
ture residence of Ulys&es to. Grant.
iCheers. 1 When we had received the
greeting of 10,000 ot our fellow citizens,
and had returned to our homes, we
cnougnt mo war nan ceased, out we
were mistaken. The same foe, with the
same leaders, North anil South, is now
arrayed against us, and the question
now arises, will you, fellow citizens,
huvc Jloratio Seymour or General Grant
for your next President V LCries for
Grant. Will you have the stars taken
from oil' the shoulders of Grant ami
ohcrman, and placed upon the traitor
i-ico. Cries oi '-o."j Will you have
chat man-hyena, Forrest, take the place
of the dashing and gallant Phil. Sneri
ilanV Ciien of No, No. No, my fellow
citizens, we have met here to-day to
i a ice into consideration now this great
evil may bcp.ct'culcd. Wo haven duty
to penorin as great as that lor which wo
fought during the war, that we must
place in power and position tho&e whom
wo know to be true. Can you, Gen.
Burnside, stand timidly and cosvardly
oy ami see the Union and Liberty ile-
s royed forever".' Voice m the eiowd
Let us charge ihoni!"J 1 wish to
God we could make a charge. 1 just
wish that Uoueri I'J. Lee, iiu.atio i-ey-niour,
ami Unit scoundrel ami traitor,
Fiuiik Blair, hisses, were here to-day
with this crowd atone. We would put
Liberty and Union in them tho gieat
principles lor which we fought and
ortisiicd tile rebellion, and that they
nmsi also lie true too rebellion, and thai
they niuat also be lute to llieiiitere.-is oi
our widows and orphans and lo our
eoniiaties who have gone and whose
spirits in heaven looit uown in appioba-
iion on toe acts ot tneir comrades who
aie assembled hole lo-Uav. Can .(, can
you, leiiow s-o.diers, balance against
then traitors and iroas.m Y
Gov. Ctiran was called on, but excus
ed hun.eu. i J o said: 1 wm not hpeai;
to you, lellow citizens, hecau-so tins is
i ho.dieis' meeting, and J am not a so.t
(speeches were made from diflerent
.stands during the evening.
i'lie mooting udiourned at an early
hour to proceed to the Union League
iloiise, where a serenade was given and
several addresses made. A number oi
irrest were made of persons engaged in
exciting disturbance in the neighboi-
nood oi the square by shouting lor tsey
iuourand groaning for Grant.
New York Correspondence,
New Yoiuc, Oct. 1.
It is almost unnecessary for in., tna-.w
that, tn the political world hereabouts,
there is no visible abatement of tmvrv
Zealand activity on eithe- side for vic
tory at the approaching Presidential
election. Both with the Republicans
and Democrats, hard work is the order
of the day, and the most strenuous ef
forts are being put forth by each party
to insure success next November. Mass
meeting and torchlight processions are
matters of daily or rather nightly
occurrence. Tho shining light-, of ora
tory on both sides are emitting their
brightest rays, and setting forth in the
strongest style of eloquence, the merits
and chances of thorespcetivocandidales.
The work of naturalization, preparatory
totiiecoiningcjcctiou, goe.i bravely on,
and the City Hall is daily erowdedwith
foreigners, principally Teutons and
Irishmen, seeking naturalization, in
order that they might be able to vote on
the great day now so rapidly drawing
near. TheapproachingState Elections
especially that of Pennsylvania, are
looked forward to with the niot intense
interest, it being generally conceded
that tho issue of the struggle for Presi
dent wl.i bo virtually settled in advance
by their results. Both parties claim
that they will carry Pennsylvania, hut
whichever is. destined to win in this
light there, it is certain that confidence)
leads to a relaxation of effort on one sido
or the other.
Under the head of politics, (ho two
niot important events of (ho week are
(ho arrival hero from Europe of General
MeClelJan, after an absence of three
years from tho country, and the holding
of a grand Irish Republican mass meet
ing in Cooper Institute last night. A"
iiingeiucjits are beingmadoby thoDoir.r
ocrats of New York to give tho General
a grand public reception in this city,
and it is said that after pu Jug a hasty
j visit to Pennsylvania to see his aged
j mother, he will lakothostiimp for Sey
Imourand Blair. The meotlmr ni dm
Institute was characteristically enthusi
; aslic, and as there has been something
I of a split In the Irish lanks within tho
hist 8 or 10 days, the Republicans are
calculating upon dividing the Irish vote
at the coming election.
The Irish J'anjdr newspaper, publish
ed In tills city, which had hitherto been
n Deniociiitic journal, has just changed
. sides and come out for Grant and Col
i The Fall trade in this eltv Is verv live.
ly. Indeed it is eald by those competent
to judge in the matter that few if nnv
seasons of the past will compare with M
ine present in the amount of tiuiL that
nas neen carried on in New York. The
promise of a brisk time given bv the en
couraging crop reports of the countiy,
i nas been so amply filled (hat it isbeliev
...i ii. .i ... . ...
on nun, ai me close ol the season, n
' much smaller quantity of goods will be
on ban 1 titan at any similar period I'm
soveial , ears jittst. The amount ofgoods
snippet! to the boulhern markets is
greater th's year limn it liaM been since
! the commencement of the war, and
the number of buyers from the
, West is larger than usual. All this
would seem to show that, whichever
! may bo the side on which victory shall
declare in the Presidential stritire'lo. (lie
American people have confidence in the
fgture of the Union. As to t lie dramatic
azairs, the times aie lively, and by next
weelc tlio tliiierent theatres will all be in
full blast for the .season. At Wood's
Museum, which lias taken the place of
iiarnuni's celebrated temple, a nartv of
1 new dramatists have created a genuine
, sensation m the burlesciue of "Ixion."
which is likely to have alongrun, as the
acting is not only inimitably good, but
there is a liberal display of beautiful
temalo laces and ionns legs included.
Considerable interestis felt here in (lie
papers of the revolution in Spain, which,
according to the latest, tclcirnmliic 1pm-
- ---- - 0 L - -
patches, promises to be completely tri
umphant ; and sonic of the papers me
beginning to discuss the probable effects
of tho movement upon the future des
tiny of Cuba. How the news has been
received in that Island, we have not yet
heard, for the cable has been entirely
silent on the subject, and the weekly
statement for Havana to this port has
not arrived up to this moment. The
present Captain General of Culm Let
sundi is a warm royalist, and will, no
doubt, until lie is assured that the revo
hition is victorious in the Mother Coun
try, exercise the greatest vigilance to
prevent any demonstration in the
Mho moral convulsion in Spain re
minds one of the physical convulsion
wiiiet! lias lately desolated a large por
tion of the South American continent
According to the late correspondence
lrom Panama, the destruction of life bv
the oarthouako in that part of tho world
w us much larger than previous advices
had made. In Lcuator alone, it is coin
pitted that from 40,00;) to 50,000 persons
have perished. Whole towns were des
troyed. The largo cities of Cotoche
Ibarrd, and Otovalo are in ruins, and
two thirds of the jcoplc lost their lives
by t lie catastrophe.
1 am happy to say that a movement
for the relief of the sufferers by the ca
lamity has been set on foot in this cilv
and subscriptions are being collected for
that piaifceworthy obieet.
Tha great Water Stieet Revival, which
seeks to shut up all the dance houses
and rum shops in that delectable region
oioncw l one city, still holds meetings
for prayeis and preaching, every day in
John Allen, the celebrated "Wicked
est Man in New York," is slili an ob
jeet of curiosity, and many visitors to
the city are drawn to Water Street to
nave a look at him. Ho does not pro
fess to be a converted man, and it in ex
tremely doubtful whether he is oven
thoroughly sincere in his efforts at re
formation. This is a fact that he re
cently started on a lecturing tour, or on
a tour for exhibiting himself for money,
ami that, at his first stopping place in
Connecticut, lie got so drunk that he
could not possibly "perform," and had
to leave tho town, returning in disgrace
to New York. He has abandoned this
starring project, buttinioonl.y can show
whether he Is more bent for making
money out of tlio fame that lias been
thrust upon him, than promoting the
cause of morality and religion, which lie
has, in days gone by, done so much to
, Ttiyntu-jfra !irs t'ravtlvn
i i V W 'hipuh iiiuiiieiii in i e-
mnlt. lias placed Dr. JJow at tlio licnd of all tho
n iVMcmiiH in.i :ni kiwi. ii,-w.i;. i i... .
111 the I l'eiltineiit fit Diun.... l....:.i. ....
.. ,i iii T i-.uniiu .t iiuci;t'iy, null
enables liim tu (,'tiarantco a enceily and neimaij.
('lit Clll'ii 111 tint nn.l i.itn ..! i..: .
all other Mem-triml I)r
..A11 wttMu fur iidviou nuut contain
"1:T OHk"''. Nu.y fhidicott .Street, Huston.
X II. board iiuiiihliud to those do.-uriii" to ro.
main under treatment. .
Uotuii, July, lrfiia. oo(! ivrtlJtM
T)J" Tiui y'h VtKitallc Henlli.s; 1,
Naf 0,n W- ,l!"lm u"-an1
K ?; ' VV(,,, Caloniul, EryMpelas" ami
D id n iin i 'iiMt' I,V ii'n, Itlieuinatisin, Croup,
Dipthu m, C uts, urns, liruises Ac. And is al-
t-o good tor pams hi tin linei.- km i m..'
, :. ' Htmtn in. .will 1H 111
M)Koodl..ri'ainHiuthollacl;, Hido and Chest
' mi' mi .'inn ur iieiiHt.
NS(U ' ! TT, OC'Or.!
A ltr..Ml.r,,IU. Will. NUIllTl'll for , UN- fl Mill
I X. nervmiH ilrliillt.v. nml premature it. n.v. ,,ml
I nil tlio cIlci'tH of ymiilititl lutliseietitiii. wi,l. f( r
the Hula' of HlllleriliK liuniiiliitv, himiiI flee tu n l
wiui lii'ixl it. tlie receipt and (llrcotlniiii lur mil.,
liitf tlie niniple remedy liy wlilfli lie wnn cruel. -
, NilitcrerH wmlunx tu luoilt liv tlie mltci fi-t rs
eAjieiieuce, cm mi mi uv n(lliressltl)t. In nerl'ei t
oulillileiice. JOHN II. (Kll)KN
K'fi-lv i 2 (Vitnv street. New Yuri;.
Tho American Gooking Stovo,
Asornr.it I'm nt Sen. We nn.li rtiid
Mcum. Shear, r.ick ird Co lme In en t-i:n.
liellcl In COIllllielicc II Ml It a'lillKl llimt ,V Mil
ier. ol llniNiin. fur i ii r,'i ,i .rl . t ii... ii. i i..
ili Mllcriii tlie Amcliciili CnnkiliK Stove. Thin
. . z . ' ... . i. j ,i i . in mi ..
..... nun i-nM in,-, ii. ni. iiecu comijciieu to
i'i me nunc.
Hie nmr prciioin, kii.Ih hue resulted litvortililv
111' S.. 1 A I . unit ..i.. .l..i 1 , ... ....'
'linr niNiiiiMt ii iu.i-.mt imi.1 iiu .... .i.f..
- .......... t. ..... ni-un llliucil l,ll,J.
lnu mi nil i-ttunj nl l.il.-li. ............ .....o .. ......
i; w ..it. n'-iiu-iii nniii oiuci H
coaso lrom appropriating their ImprovuliluntH
..v. .in.i inn. im win, iniia.
All pewons nro cnittioncd uirninht hollhiL' or
uwiiu Stovrn with a Shaliliif; Anli Sifter in tlio
iicaitn, or under the urate, m this iuipiuvu
Ineiit i fully hi cut I'll to 1W ' live different l'a
tents, and all poi'sonn welling or tisiny Stoves
Witll tlllH imiiroveliU'lit. Will bo liable to nrnanxn
tion for lnffincniciit. na c have emninl n
liceiifcn to olhcr)inrllc to nialio or sell thin iln-
provenicnt and all fnrrinffomentu will ho prompt
S11KAH. I'Al K'.HD.V CO.,
Albany, N. Y.
For Sale by D. M. WALKER,
To tlio Nervous & Dobili-
T " O H K sufli rin;s lnue been protrae
T ? ted from Indib n eniiKe-, and'.vh.)t.c ciiRem c
ipiire prompt i renin. ',t to render existence do
Mir.ible : If ion are Mitierim; or have sullVi cd
from iiivoliiiitary di.-elmr ,, h.it ell'ect docs it
produce upon yotii K' nernl health V Do vou Icel
tih, iiciiuuated. onMly tifed ; Doc a little ex
tra exertion produce palpitation of the heart ?
Dot'H your liver, or urinary, oi-lmhs. or vour Idd-
,ll-U I'l'..ll.l.lil I.. ..... .1 1 Y
... t-.. . .j... uii m-i inn ii, in ner r jh vour
urine sometimes tliicli. im!K. or llocl;y, or'in it
ropy on NcttiiiiK ? Or doon a' thick ncuin rise on
this top 'I Or in u fi diminl at tho bolt out nTter t
has kIoou awhile V Do you have spells of nhort
brp.ithiiiff or ilynpcphia V Aro onr howehi coli-
utipaieitt; iioyou bine spells of faintiiiL'. oi
iiif.iic.s oi iiiooii to tlie bead l Is your nieinorv
impaired ? Is your mind coiistautl'v di cllini; uo"-
1111 I I I I hi U1llllll.il t 11... If . .1 .1 .. 1 1 V . I 1
v... .1.,, .-,i.ijvi.t i iii iuii IITMIUII, llMIIeHH, lllOJI-
UK, tired of company, of iife? (o vou wish to
oc U'lt alo'ie, to ;,'ct away lrom ovenbodvV
Docs any little thin-,' nial,ojou stait or jump :
Is om siei p hio;cii or restless ? In the lust it
of vour rye as lu illiinl r Tho bloom on oui
clu ck as lirii'ht V Do you cniuv Vimrncll in ho.
cicty as well '! Do jou pursue vour business
wui ineuame enerK.v llo vou ice as niueli
confidence in yourself V Arc vour spiritit dull
..mi uajft-inir. joveii to fits of melaiicholi V if so
do not lav it to your liver or dvHpi'iisia. Have
you rcbtie.su ii!;MhV our hack weak, muu
unci's weak, and have but little aimctito. and
you attribute thin to duniopi-ia or livcr-com-
Now, reader, n'lf almsc, venereal discasin
badly cured, anil sexual excesses, aie .ill capa
ble of producine; a wciU ncbH of tlio Kciicr.uivo
oriians. Tho organs of melioration, when in
liciicci ncami, mane tlie man. Hid you ever
num. mai inose Doid, Helmut, energetic, per
seicihi;, sucecssfiii biihiiiess men are aluavs
tiiosc whom- goucr.itivo organs are in perfect
liealtli V o1l liei'i.v liixii h.iw.1. i.w ....... ..i..:
: .. in. ii v.iiiiiiiiiii in
hem melancholy, of ni'i vuusnis.i, of paljiita-
.iiu in mi- ne.iii. iiicy aro lu icr auaui llici
cannot succeed in business; lliev don't bccoiu't
ad and dtscour.-iKed ; tiny nri ahvav liolite
and ple.isaiit in tho comp:.uv of ladies, and
lool; you mid them right in tlio face none oi
i our downcast looks or any other mealiness
about them. I do not iiK',111 thine inflated b
ninniii to excess, Thcnii will mil oulv ruiii
Uieir coiiotitutioiiH, hut ii!mi tlio.e they do busi-
uuaa iiitn or lur.
How many men, from badly cured diseases,
from the elli.clM ofsfjlf-ahu-i- ami excesses, Have
broii-jlit about Hint stilto of wculuiess in Uiom
orj,'auH thai !i.m riiluccd the general system so
much a to iiiduue almost ciory other disease
idiocy, lunacy, paralysis, spinal affections, sui
cide, and almo:,l every other form of disease
ultirli Inniminlv iw. I . r. i ! .1.1.1 II... ...... I
. i - ..... .iii.i mi- ii-.ii iiiuse
ot the trouble scurcelv ever susiiectcd. and have
.liw.i 1 I . ... ..II I...1 f 1 . . 1
.iwi.iifii.il iiu .in ihjv fi;.jin OIHI.
l)iiuiion of Ibesu organs reoiurc tho Use of a
Diurctio. lir.LMliOi.ir.S l''LUll) KXTltACT
DlVIIU is the great Diuretic, and is it ceitain
cure for diseases ol the iiladder, Kidncxs, (ira
vel, Dropsv, Oi -aiiic Weakness, 1'cma'lc Com
lilaiiits, Oi iH.i al Debility, and alt diseases of the
Urinary Oians, whether existiuj; in Jlaie oi
l'emale, from i.hateicr cause i.riinating, and
no matter of how ioi.g standing.
It no treatment is tiiimiKted to, Consumption
nl' IiiM.mili in. if ......ii.. ii.,.. i r i. . .i
-.. .......... v.. .... vyin iiuan mm lilllllll
aie siippoi ted lrom these sources, and thu health
anil I niiitiiuvhvi .nil ii, .,i iiiiui.i..ii.' .i.........t..
, .1.... ... 4- . -II 1 ll(1 , llllll.-lllll
upon prompt iisu of a leliablo remedy.
iii iiiiiiu.il a j-,.iiaci iiiienu, est'llillslied up
anrilfi iif 111 vifiiu iii'nii.ivufl 1... lr fc 111.11 r
- ....... ju...... ,.,.,..,11. ,1, 1,. 1. , llllIV.Il-
li , ). Din, r.r r r.H V., a Y,,,., .....1 1111 U....U.
- .. , nn'"i ...- A..... A...... ,1 in mi tumult
10th Street. I'liiladulphiu, l'a. l'mor. -$1.2,-, per
buttle, ur (i bottles lor A'l! r.ll . 1 1 i v-. ..... . 1,.
addrcos. Sold by a'l Druggisls overyMhere.
irTT- 'iittn n ni 1 1 in 1 111 1 11 1 11 nl. .uu .1 :.. . 1 .... 1
'f- - ".i' '... ..iiiuon i.iiiiu iij in Dii'i;..
mgraved wrajipc r, with t'a:-aimilii of my Cheini-
till HUM IIOIIOI, illili tJIJIlVll
--'J H. I . IlKliMliOlil).
OX!! 1'ATCIIICS. Vl'.EOKLES AND TAN.
For those brown discoloratious 011 the face is
" Terry s .doth and freckle Lotion." I'reiiared
ouli- bv Dr. 1!. C. fern. 1!) I ii m.l St ,,.1,
fti-Suld eervwiiere Kii."io.r.n,
Manhood: How Lost. How Restored.
Ai ,1 -hist published, a in iv cdliion of Jir. tul.
iV4iv,r"tll's Olcln-aled K,aj- oil tlio
radical are (v.itlumt niedicin.i) of Si-iat-
JiAXoiii'.iiua, or yeiiiinal Wdaknosii, Invulunlarv
Simiiuil Dosses, Ijil'iiirsi y. also, Onhi'jutios,
Kl'llJU'SY, r.lld J'lls. indm edby solf-indulgeuec
or scMuil cxtrav.ig iuci'.
6'i'Vnce in a sealed envelop, only (i cents.
The celebrated author in tin rwlinii-.l.l,.
clearly denionstrati from a thirty years' hu'c-
CeKMl'llI lllTW'llllfV tllfll tll.l iIav.iiIii....... ,
,. , 1, ' ...... 111111 viiiioeiiiieni'e.'rj
ol sclt-abuno may he radically cured without tho
u.iiiKi iuii use 111 unci mil iiieiiicino or tlie appli
cation of II kllifll ! lllillltimr ml 111,1,'., ,.f n.
.- , , ..,. iii.f.i. ii, l iuf 111
once simple, certain and olVcctunl. hv means of
which every sufferer, no mattur what his condi-
iiuii hum m-, iu.1,1 cine niuiseii cnoapiv, privatclv,
and radical!, '
iriT-Tb im li'i't in i ulu .nl 1 1 ... I.. 11... 1......1 .... .
... .uu , ... u ......... , pu .11 1 in-1 1.11 11 in ui e ej v
youth and every man in the land.
li. ...1 .....I.. 1 1 1.1.. ....
uuiii in. iiu! ru-.u, in 11 jnaiii eiivcioiio, to IlllV
addiees, jioytjiaiil, on recoipt of six cents, or two
Host stamns. Also. ! C11lv1.ru. .11V m :
. 111. ' .i- u .... . ...... r, .11111 1 lilLIlJ
Utiide, price J.i cents. AddrctH tho fublish-
I'M, Cli.VS. J. ( . KT.l VI.'. x- I'D
i i7 Hon cry AW Voi lt, J',)fit Ollicoliox 1.0H0.
V J Conn kllllt. IMieiineiliu,,, 'i,...,l..;.. v...
cm oil. A liook of 10c pages, sent lire to'inva'i
lids. Address It. OltKHXIJ, Jt )., 10 Tcnipi,,
r iiriii'tim t .
INTOltMATIUN guaranteed to ptoduco a hum
riant growth of hair upon a bald head or a
leaving the same Loft, clear, and 1 c iitilul can
he obuluud without c i.uho hy add ressi, "
Til OH. f. CI1A1M AN Clmn It
,.. ' . i.J,,V' l"".miot.
H2:l IJroailwav, Now York.
"t AUDIO AN JACKET, All the New Styles hut
nwiveiljU Wm. N. sitlTll.
p ANTH iind Vests Uutil
5 1.v (
Goldsmith St Seavey,
UtiXEilAL INSUKAiVCE AKNTH,
, XOJiTJT MA fNSt., ,vr. AL11AXR, 17.
I - J -...j . .11 I ll(( nut
I Jiwtruncc coveted in JMinbtc
I .asses equitably adjusted and Prompt
I 'ni1CVA..MnHl. V. I ....Ii. Ol
u u tu r 11 lit .Mnm.
...w..w. 'w I I MK W I J
Now Stock of Goods just Roooivod.
4 M'.W Dine of Imported Ootids, a now thing
XX in this market.
A Xow Jot of CANNED GOODS.
TltY tho DEVJDKD IIAJl and L0I1STEIW.
full Hue In TOISACCO and CIOAltR.
II. D. HAMSO.N .t CO.
JAMES WALKER'S ESTATE, i
statu of Vermont,
District of f raklin, ss,
To all persons ink rested in the Estate of
il amen Walker, late of lligligate, in the said Dis.
tnct , deceased, Orecting
Wlieiea-, said l uiirt until aMsijilicd the 22ml
da of OctiiUr next, lor toe settlement of the
aduiinislration account of Warren lloluiison, ad- 1
niiniHtrator ol the pstato of .Tames Walker, de-
ceasi'd, and or..ei'ed that public notice theieol bu
given to ull persons interested in said estate, ot '
tlie day assigned for mich scltlctuent, ;
Therefore, you are liereby nut tiled to appoar
at the froliate Court rooms, in St. Albans, on
the day assigned, then And thero to contest tho
allow mice ot said account, if you soe cause.
ilivcii 1111 Ur my hand, at St. Alb.inn, thin'J'Jth
n.y of September, A. D., liiltS. !
31YUO.N W. UAIIiKY, Jutlnc,
Statu of Vermont, ,
District of franklin, j :
Tho lion, tho froUato Court for the District !
To all persons interested in the Estate of .luseph I
asseau, ot fail field, Oreoting. i
Whereas application in writing hath been '
m do to this Court b the guardian of said
.fo-eph Casseau, for license to boll nil Hie renl I
estate o! his said ward, and sotting forth therein
that tlie said Joseph I asseau has 1111 interest
111 . 'tain leal Estate 111 tlio town oi fair
ueld, .11 this State and that it Mould be con
uueiw lo the intclesl of Haid wind thai the same
Uo hold and the proceeds thereof put at interest
or invested 111 htocl.H or other real estate. And
tin rctorc said Court appoints and assigns the
17tli day of October, ..D. lfcCH, at thu I'robato
Ullico, at St. Albans to hear and decide upon
such application and that public notice thereof
bo given to all persons interested t heroin by
publishing this order tlnce weeks successively
111 the VmiMo.xT Tn.Nsei:il'T, u newspaper that
circulates in the lieighlioi iiood of tlci persons in
terested therein all of which publications shall bu
pievious to the time appointed for the hearing,
lheii'loie you aro liereby notified to appear bo
toie oaid Com tat Hie time and place aloresaid,
ilieil and there to object to tho granting of such
-lei iisp, if you sec cause.
(liven uiiikr mv hand . t the Probate Ullico in
.'t. Albans tins liilih day of September, A. I).,
JWin; MYHUN W. f.AIDEV, .Tudgo.
Notice to Claimants and of Sale.
rjlilE following described propcily was seized
J by olliecrs of tho customs, for violation of
me Kevcuuo Daws of thu tjnitud Mutes, to wit :
At Derkshiro Sept. 0th, ISiW. 1 Harness, 1
At ilighgato 23th July, 1 gallons Whi-kov.
At l':uosl)iugh,2Sth July, 1 gall whiskey, 7'bo.
At frauiiiiu, 2Mh July, 5 gallons Whiikey.
At St. Albans, 1,1th August, 10 Unities liraudv,
Ulh September, l,"i yards Illack silk, U yaids
I Jress (.mods li j arils "iilack Dace, 1 doz L'iuuuii
Handkurchiets, 2 Lace IlaudUurchiut's, 1 Toilet
.Mats, I field lilass. 1 .Mink .Mult. Sept. I th
lads, 12 yds fophn, 21 yds flush, 1 suit of cloth
ing. Sept. lltlt, ISliS. 2J yds Corded Silk,
(lilac);,) 12 yds lilack Silk.
Any person or persons claiming tho property
so seized are heieby untitled to appear within
twenty d.ut. from the lirst publication hereof,
and iile with thu Collector ot Customs for tho
Uistiict of Vermont, a claim, titating his or her
interest in thu property seized ; also, to e.xccutu
a bond to the United Status, in aceoidanco with
the provisions of tho tweittii section, -let lath
July, J.SCii. Under the provisions of tho fitli
set turn of thu atorusaidaet. the property above
described, seized, at Iturkshtro Uth Sep't. lHCS,
in ue sum ai iuu,ic auction, ai tlio custom
llouso, at iierkslure, on Saturilay, 2(!tli inst., at
11 o'clock, a. in.
GEO. J. .STANNA1ID,
Collector of Ciixtnmx.
Custom House. Distiictof ermoiit. r.'ol'ect-
or's ollice, Durliiigton, llith Bejit. 18US.
j. JiANKllUPTCY. -In tho District Court
JL of tlio United States, for the District of Ver
mont in thu matter of
LOREN S. HENDRIX.
flaiikrnpt In lluikrupicy: ihu under.-igned
m reby give n tico of his aimointmenL !l A 11 M-
siguue of l.orou S. Ilendrix, of Jlontgomcry, in
the County of franklin and Statu or Vermont.
uitliiii mil! 1 Hid l.f vl... Ii.. I ,. 1 ..'
,L in ici i.i.-1-ii .iiijilllgl'll .1
iiankrupt upon his own petition bv tho District
Court of said District.
Dated New pint in said Dhtriet tlio 11th duv
of Hei'teuibcr, A. D. 18IJS,
EUCIf.S UOIlilxSON, Assignee.
'N Tin: DisuiK-'f Covnr or tih: Unitui) Sr.vir.s
I rill! Till' IllsTlllifi' ur Yi'iiinivT Tu 1 1 n. ... .. 1
jfc. - .... ............. ... ..it.iiii.li -I, lllill-
terof James JlcKcnnuy, l!ankrupt-To whom it
lnaj coucern: 'J'hu undersigned berubv tives no
tice of his appointment as assignee of James
.McKcnney of Kicliford in tho County of f ranUiu,
and State of Vermont, wilbin iiiil ili.ifrii.i win.
has lieen adjudged a Dankrupt upon his own
petition by ihe District Court of said District,
Dated at Ni-wiiiil'l. in nniii lliutrii.l ilw. 1 IIP
dav ol September, A. D., Ibfi8.
LL'CIUS 1101HNSON, Asig
AJOTlCETOi AIMANTS AND Of SAI.E.-
L 1 i lie lOllOWllnr ilesteriliiiil iii'iiii.ii-l ii- iu u,.t , .1
by olllcers ot tho I lstoms for thn vinl'itln i ,,t
the ltevonuo Laws . . the United States, to ut
At llerlisbiin 11th .--..nt ISilN I M .,,. i u....
. w . . ,o,v. "
""-fl .f.irtn, ll'U a 111 .3il. IIIUS.
Any peroi ii or persons claiming tho pronut v
so heli.'d are herebv tintilii.il to mi,,...,. i.-,n,,,'.
twenty days from the first publication
hereof, and tlio with tlie Collector of Customs.
lor till' District of Vei'lllllllt n nhiilil ulnlim. Iiiu
or her interest in tlio property so seized, also to
execute u bond to thu United Stales, in accord
ance with tho prmisioiis of thu 12 Sec , Act H
I uder thu provisions ot the 1,1 Sec. of the
aforesaid Act, tho property above described,
seized at llerkshire 11th inst., will bu sold at
public auction at tlio Custom House, llerkhhire.
Vt.. on S unlay, Oetobor !ld. 1W.S. at II o'clock,
a. in. (JEO. J, STANNAItD,
Collector ot illiniums.
( nstoiu Hi.isc, District of Vcrmmit, Collie
tors Ollice, Jiu. hngton, i!3d Sujd, li;.s. .':).-
"V"EV .Stylo of fall and Winter Caps just ro
I ecivedat W.M . N. SMITll, A Co's.
lJOYSand Youth'sClothiugofall Kinds, just n-J-J
wvfl t V.U. N. SMITH, A- 'o,
BLACK S.v.-k o.its in every btyie,
at W.M. N. smith A CO'h,
Smith's new Jllock,
, 1 Hi) Old Clothiflff Sta
NO. 2, D ARROW BLOCK,
u i i v u rni A t
f W (! voflo slnlr i!it by vlrf
I 9 lltllW t 1 1 11 lltllia 1 ,'
1.. . , . . " 1 'i I'I I r II
..... ixium- ill Ad. "4 JM1
I ....I,!., : . ' 111
inm-K, ate .n, i,m,,,i
, 1'""" .-ItM Ii US
I I'n-iu-ii i
VIII Iflj nml fcfyli, lty
e hi I'tunUllii Conn
Comprising a full line of
't'lio above entirely New atulEati itstvlos.
-. . s i j
Of itv.ivi- niiit. li.il. i
.. ...u... ..v., . i.nui n hi, ii .-uyii . i omprisi
Ill'MVfl.' ii ',.,.., i i ,
. , v.....,,i, .iLllll'l-U'lll
01 Li NCI I ILL A
I ' ! ' I1 III"? 2 I I A
AMB IUC AX CA SS IMJ31 1 ES,
III. I. f It 1 .r I ' I I h' It
ItTl.lII.HIIf r. .
. A 1 S I)
A Complete lino of
C o in j) i- i .s i n
O VlSlt SIIIltTS,
(Plaid, Flannel ami vVliito.)
UXDJ3R SHIRTS, do
LINXEN ix: 1AJ5R COLLARS,
NISCK TIES & ROWS,
nr.nt'i.'j i...... i. n.
- , J-..3. JJlll-IV IV. 1.11
ite., &c.t &e.
Of all 1-imlH,
Of Scotch and American Goods.
TTo i . l r t
fl 1 1,1 .1 r I. I I l I u . I I 1
Of Kvcry Variety In .lliirli. l,
LONDON STIFE RIM,
Caps of every Style.
amu aim can enny as uesira
ijuuusj are going in&i.
ItSf Prices low for Cash.
I.. -1IeI. SMITH, & Co.
N'JV,-2,', Dj""'"v JJlucli. St. St. Albans
Health, Luxury, and Econom
MAY DE SECUItED HY HAVING YOUlt
DUl rOJlOVOH O.nr li 1 irn Irimilu tti,,.i -
111 ItlC't It iS HVOVVt llimi- i.wnntd.l
111Cill1-l(ir. ..II ...n.l.. 1! . I 'lfi
IllOvillL' nil ilimlfrreenhln mui., ,..
l ii i Ti """-'"l IvumilM UIIIOI
new leathers.) and nil (r,,n,i,,,. .i i.
SUOSiailCO llOlll t in mil 1 M,n..1
uieiii irom mo eiiucts of long usage '
110 Willi 111 llinn.ri. ...?. .1......
. . ...v..w.i., o, ui (1,u citizens ot tn
111 .1 I'll f I III I If,, n -.1. . .. .
fender them an oss n7b?i , . n "WZt,
HVt Cllltll i int ... 1.. (. i .
can l vnriii'M lwil ,. .i.. '
.... , , ----.... uiu niwiiu . ii L
,h v uuuj" iur liuiiu'uiaio uo. tor
io run witn tho bed,
llUf l.ll'li llu i.i.... t.,.1 i
, - -' h I'Ulllll tillVl lilllHLUI- ii Hiiirnn
..t r "-'j"... ifi.i. w. iitf( t-ni. nun i r in
ivill'l'fint a illul'.,.i;n.. .... . I.. . .. i
......... -Muomti,,,,, , nniio iK, euavgo.
foiintyand 7own llights for sale.
DltlEltLY, EVANS, & CO.
Woi-Jt' limn Avm T Ik C?i... . ni
Street, St, Albana, Vt.
...... w, 4, 4 i J.1UI111)11L IIIlllHf
TTLAnn'R Tnulofo,, iii:,.i I...i u , oi..
a. darn wiuo llittera at
-i . - "mill tt iiu niiuui n rum
UJtEEN ,t NlOtfOI-S,
No. I, Late Htruet,
. ' i -