VERMONT DA.IJGY TRANSCRIPT. JUARCI-I 15, 18G9.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
ST. ALBANS, VT. I
Mondayi March", 15, 1SC9.
Should Can add join tin: United
St it I'M ? i
This matter !." being quite generally
discussed in the Lnltcd States and the
British Provinces. Sc have already de
voted considerable sjmce to " Reciproc
ities" and "Ship Canals," which un
derlie this question, and have come to
the conclusion that neither project can
be profitably contemplated, and that
nothing short of annexation can cure
the political evils, an 1 Commercial in
conveniences of the people in the two
countries. The following able article
upon the subject of ancxation, i-j copied
from the New York Sun :
England can hold her American Col
onies but for a brief period at best. It
is not in the nature of things. In the
first place, she cannot defend them in
ease of a war with this country. The
fact of contiguity settles that. This is
justas plain to England as to the ret of
mankind. The London Tinny lias over
and over admitted the fact. As nations
do not keep at peace always, especially
when thero Is a tempting object to go to
war for, we may conclude that some day
Englaud would, if the pressure were up
on her, willingly settle the question of
actual or threatened war, by eeding the
colonies. Tills is one reason, but not
the only one.
The British Provinces can never en
joy anything approaching the prosperi
ty to wnich their territorial situation
entitles them, until they enjoy, without
restriction, the benefit of the United
States markets. Unless this country ad
mits their products free of duty, there
is a long actual list of them, and a still
longer possible list, that can have no
market at all. They may sell giain and
provisions, and fish, to England and
other European countries, imt the arti
cles that won't bear 12,000 miles of trans
portation, must go without sale so long
as the United States keeps up a high
rate of import duty. Thus they are
not masters of their own destiny. They
cannot send cabages, or pumpkins, nor
turkeys and chickens, and fresh meats,
nor working cattle and horses, nor any
manufactures of cotton or wool, or iron,
neither their coal, nor lime, nor gyp
sum, nor building stone, across the
broad Atlantic, for a market. All these
and a thousand other nameless articles,
the product of farm and dairy, and
household industries, can find no mar
ket except in the contiguous teritory of
the United Stales; and it sluit out there,
they arc confined to a glutted and re
stricted home market, where compe
tition results in stagnation and substan
tial repression of production.
This brief, naked statement discloses
at a glance the political necessity which
now grosses, and will always press, upon
the Britisli American Colonies to desire
and seek a change of their condition. It
does not now exist lor the lirst time. It
has always existed. It assumed alarm
inc dimensions only u few years ago.
The feclinir that relief must be nad at
all events from this suffocating state of
most industrial inteiests in the Provin
ces was the moving spring and contn 1-
unjr motive ol the late reciprocity treaty
which expired a short time ago. At the
time that treaty was negotiated, under
the double inspiration ol jintish money
iw.d certain selfish trading 'interests of
New England, stimulated and aided by
a Southern jealousy which saw with
alarm the rapid strides the sentiment in
favor of annexation was making, the
pressure upon colonial industry had sen
slbly loosened the lcyal sentiments of the
population. The leuiing spread m lavoi
of annexation. It was thought to be
better to live Americans than die Brit
ons. Our Congress was seduced and
humbugged into the reciprocity treaty
by the persistent efforts of British and
Colonial agents, who left no stone un
turned at Washington to cccure their
object. That treaty carried the Provin
ces over iu years, xne gooti enecis we
were promised in conciliating colonial
favor were fully illustrated during the
war. We got their undivided enmity
Instead. This we make small account
of, now that we have triumphed overall
our enemies, and have almost forgotten
it. Only, we have not yet forgotten our
experience so completely as to want to
make another treaty. The colonists are
already after it. however, hot foot. If
wc have sense enough and firmness
cnouch to resolutely and peisistently
decline their soft suggestions, wo shall
in a very short time sec what we saw
lust beforo the former treaty was nego
tiated ; that is, a restless determination
for a change which will give the colo
nial population the American markets.
Wo have already said enough to show
the imperious necessity to them of our
market, it docs not admit ot controver
sy that they must have it. It is an inex
orable demand cf the time and the situ
ation. One way or another it must
come. If they can't get a treaty, they
must ask for annexation. The people
can't stand, and will not stand, a steady
prolonged pressure, such as our restric
tive system inllects.
Thus it is, and we submit to tlio peo
ple of the British Provinces that they
had better set about the work of annex
ation without delay. Tho sooner it is
accomplished the better for them and
.. .If XA ..!!! -1 .1 1... . . . I I
lor ail OI us. it will civuriuu bkj ui im
portendim: clouds. It will settle all our
difllculties with England. Removing
all danger of a conflict of the old country
with tho new, it will give an immense
impulse to the activities of the Britisli
race on our northern frontier. Every
consideration prompts us to aid iu this
solution of tho future of Britisli North
America. It would bo a settlement to
endure for centuries. Let us have it
Billiards. Tho match between Jo
eeph Dion andMelvin Foster is definite
ly fixed for the 6th of April, to bo played
in Montreal. Tho gamo will bo 1,200
points, without the push shot. Foster,
desirous of securing himself substantial
practice for tills match, challcnges.any
flrst-clas3 billiard player to a game simi
lar to that ho h ,s to play Dion, for $230
a side ; to bo played at Capt. Boyle's As
tor billiard rooms, corner of Barclay
Street and Broadway, New York.
Letter front Xcir York.
New Yoiuc, 12th.
As usual about Ihis time of the year,
rumors are afloat of a general and con
siderable Increase in the rents of busi
ness and dwelling houses, especially the
latter. Ve in New York are still cling
ing to the antiquated custom of hiring
and letting houses from the first of May
fo the same date of the following
Considerable Inconvenience is thereby'
caused to the thousands who are, on that
memorable day, moving out of one house
into nuother. But the most objectiona
ble feature to this habit is the fact that
It surrenders the mass to the mercy of
the few the tenants to the mercy of the
house owners who lake advantage of
the rapid giowth of this city and the
spirit of speculation in real estate which
generally prevails in March and April,
for increasing the rent, and in nine
cases out of ten they carry their point,
for the majority of ienants prefer to pay
an additional advance rather than to be
subjected to the annoyance of house
hunting and the expense and loss neces
sarily connected witli moving when
everybody else moves. The New York
press is very much exercised about the
prospective raising of house rents, and
the majority of our leading papers agree
that the demands of house owners arc
notjustiiiable, and that the present sys
tem of house renting will drive the en
tire middle class away from the metrop
olis, and they will populate the adjacent
towns ami abandon New York city to
business quarters, to the resid. nces of
the wealthiest elas of our citizens, and
to proletarians and the dregs of society.
The intimate relationsof a part of our
mercantile community with Cuba cause
our population to be anything but in
different to the progress of the insurrec
tion on that island. A concern was given
last night for the relief of the sick and
wounded soldiers of the Cuban patriotic
army, and was numerously attended.
The staples which we draw from Cuba,
especially sugar, have rapidly increased
in value here on account of the insur
rection. Tt is said that huge quantities
of sugar are at present in our ware
houses, but owners and holders are un
willing to part with them, hoping for a
considerable further advance in price be
fore the Cuban difiicultyis solved.
During the whole of last week we have
had very cold weather, which has now
made place to a comparatively warm
rain. It will soon do away with the
snow which has accumulated in our
DlSCHARGl" OK AN AMERICAN RAX
ki:h ix London. "Wo learn from the
Anglo-American Times of the 20th ult.,
that, after a rigid examination in the
Court of Bankruptcy, Mr. B. R. Keith
of the U to firm of Bedding, Keith & Co.,
bankers, was honorably acquitted, on
thclSth ult., of any participation in the
events which so unexpectedly wrecked
that house. The Commissioner acquit
ted Mr. Keith of tho charge of excessive
extravgance. rash and hazardous speeu
lations, &c. It is now believed that the
house would have been a marked suc
cess had it not been for the sudden de
parture of Mr. Belding and the unfortu
nate infirmity which lie is supposed 10
Tin: Railroad Difficulties.
About ! o'clock yesteulay afternoon, a
train of ears arrived in St. Albans from
St. Johns, bringing a large number of
passeng 'is. The train was fortunate in
getting through, as it did, for the vio
lent wind that camo up, lias filled up
the road nearly as bad as before. A train
that left lor St. Johns this morninir,
lias not at this writing readied that
point. Passengers who were snowed
up, about ten miles and-a-half beyond
Lachine, Wednesday and Thursday
speak of tho storm as being remarkably
severe. Tl.o various officers of the Grand
Trunk Railway did all they could to
make the passengers as comfortable as
circumstances would.'pcrmit. A telgram
from Quebec, dated the 11th, says:
"Yesterday's storm was the worst this
winter. Tho Montreal train of Tues
day is somewhere between Craig's Road
and Chaudierre. No train is expcc.cd
to leave here until it gets in.
A house was crushed by an avalache
at Point Levi, which contained 15 peo
ple. Four were dead when taken out.
A man was found dead near the city.
Two others arc reported missing. They
are supposed to be lost in the drifts.
On Thursday, in tho Seuate, tho bill
to strengthen the public credit came up,
when Mr. Sumner moved to amend it
by striking out the section which legal
izes contracts to b- hereafter made spe
cially payable in coin, which motion
The House, on Friday, adopted ft res
olution instructing tho Judiciary Com
mittee to report a bill to prevent frauds
in naturalization, and to s?curo the sur
render of fraudulent papers already is
sued. Mr. Sehenck introduced Ills bill
to strengthen tho public credit tho
samo which passed botli Houses of tho
last Congress which was passed, 07 to
47, after striking out the 2d section,
which legalizes gold contracts.
The Speaker announced the Commit
tee on Elections as follows ;
Messrs. i'alne of Wisconsin, Church
ill, of New York, Heaton of North Car
olina, Cessno, of Pennsylvania, Butler
of Tennessee, Stevenson of Ohio, Bur
dell of Missouri, Burr of Illinois, audi
Randal, of Pennsylvania.
The Speaker stated Hint he would an- 1
noitnee all Standing Committees Mon
The Speaker presented the resigna
tion as Representative1 of Mr. Boutwell
of Massachusetts, now Secretarv of tho
The House then adjourned till Mon
Gen. George J. Stannard returned from
Washington on Saturday.
Mr. Henry S. Mower, formerly of
Woodstock, this State, and for many
years connected with the Howard Hotel,
of New York, has become proprietor of
the Carlisle House, corneof Sixth and
Mound Streets, Cincinnati.
The Rev. Dr. Huntingdon, Protestant
Episcopal Bishop elect of Central New
York, will bo consecrated at Emanuel
Church, Boston, on Aprils. His first
official act will be to admit his own son
to the priesthood.
Carlyle is said to be at work upon a life
of George III, whom he means to make
a hero of u la Frederick.
The correspondent of an English pa
per wriles : "I understood that Her Maj
esty's health is anything but good, and ,
she herself contemplates the public du-l
ties awaiting her with a nervousness i
approaching to dread. All in-door cor-!
cmonies have a depressing effect upon
her, and standing for any length of time
leads to violent attacks of sickness and
Peter Sinclair, whose death in the
streets of Chicago fiom heart disease
lias been announced, was a very promi
nent and influential man in Scotland,
and, indeed, throughout England. He
resided years bef, re he came to America
in the neighborhood of Edinburgh, and
had for his neighbors Hugh Miller and
De Quincy, of whom ho told many amus
ing and interesting anecdotes.
The lion. John McGraw, of Ithaca,
has volunteered to build the central
building of tlie three planned for Cor
nell University. It is to contain a four
story centre with three-story wings,
and a tower surmounting the main
building. The cost will Le between $50,
000, and $75,000. The chimes presented
to the University by Mr. Met 'raw's
daughter will be placed in the tower of
Annexation. We clip tho follow
ing iroin the New York Tribune :
The Nova Scotia " delegation," now
in Washington to talk about the annex
ation of their province to tho United
States, may tint amount to a givat deal,
We have little faith in the average run
of'd legations," as seen at tho Capi
tal. But of the ultimitc tendency of
this and ncighboiing provinces, toward
the United States, we make little doubt.
The feeling may not bo as strong now as
is reprcsantcd, of that wc know noth
ing, but it it is certainly quite likely
to increase. Meantime we trust our
people will dilligontly let it alone.
Whatever our Man lest Destiny, as to
any of the Britisli Provinces may be, it
is not to bo benefitted by any hot-bed
A Housi: or Cards. This is the title
of a new novel by Mrs. Cash el Hoey,
and firat published in the country in
Littel's Living Age. It can bo obtained
by sending seventy-five c:nts to Littell
& Gay, Bromficld Street, Boston. The
London Review thus speaks of tho
A new novel, written by an un
known author, will always excite a cer
tain amount of interest in the reader's
mind. There is no knowing what may
be in store for him. It is somewhat
like an investment in mining shares
the chances aro a thousand to one
against receiving any return, but then
the one in the thousand is fortunate in
deed. We confess to "having opened
these volumes with desparing re-igna-tion,
but before we had closed them wo
found we had drawn a prize.
We shall look with meat interest for
another novel from Mrs. Cashel Hoey'.s
A choice lot of Siberian Seed Wheat
for sale. Black Sea Wheat, Hungarian
Seed Oats, Nova Scotia Plaster, Brad
ley's Phosphate of Lime, Hay Seed,
Clover Seed, Northern and YVcrtern
Corn, Oats, Buckwheat, &c, as usual.
Choice brands of Flour arriving, and
on hand, worth from $7 to $14 per bbl.,
all of which will be sold at a small ad
vance. Call and examiuo,
S. C. NOBLE,
St. Albans, Feb 1st, 1809. d&wtf
Be wise to-day. 'Tis madness to neg
lect a cough or cold, however slight.
Consumption may follow, and though
Dr. Wistnr's Balsam of wild cherry lias
frequently cured this much dreaded dis
ease, for the primary diseases or" the
throat, lungs and chest, it always cures
where oilier remedies fail, w.
Baldness, Gray nous, and other imper
fections of the Hair will bo regarded as
inexcusablo nfter a trial of Mrs. S, A.
Allen's Improved (new style) Hair Re
storer or Dressing, (In one bottle.) Every
Druggist sells it. Price? One Dollar,
Ask any responsible druggist what
hair preparation lie would most stroll -ly
recommend, and he will tell you that
"Barrett's Vegetable Hair Restorative"
Is preeminently the best; and to other
wise prove the fact, it received the
highes, premium at the New Hamp
shire Fair, in ISM. Baltimore Tele
"Tall oaks from little ncoins grow,
Largo streams from Utile fountains lion."
S.'ven years ago the Plantation Bit
ters were but little known. To-day
there is not a nook or corner of our land
where they are not l'ouu I and used.
The sale has reached the enorniuu num
ber of Five Millions of Bottles annu.illv,
it is constantly increasing. L only
shows what can lie done with really
good medicine, and a systematic course
of niaJng it known. Perhaps
no medicine iu tho world was ev
er so deservedly i opular as the Plan
tation Bitters. Go where you will,
among the rich or inor, and you will al
ways find i hose Bitters in mo. Their
merit lias become an established fact,
and wo cordially recommend them in
cases of dyspepsia, loss of appetite, chills
and fever, headache, &c, !u
Magnolia Watku. Superior to tho
bo-t imported German Cologne, and
I sold at half the price. d & w.
(I'lom Dispensary of the t'nited States.)
Diosma Crenata, Buchu Leaves
1'rop. rtlrs -Their odor is strong, diffusive
and somewhat aromatic, their taste hittciMi,
and analogous lu mint.
?It'lical I'lojuitii ami I'm-? .. Buehu
leaves are gently stimulant, with a peculiar
tendency to the Urinary Organs,
They are given in complaints of the Urinary
Organs, Mich as Gravel. Chronic (.'atari h of the
liladder, Morbid Irritation of die illadder and
Uretha, Disease of tho Prostate Gland, and Re
tention or incontinence of Urine, from a loss of
tone in the parts concerned in its evacuation.
The remedy lias also been recommended iu Dys
pepsia, Chronic ltheumatism, Cutaneous Affec
tions and Dropsv.
Helmbold's Extract lluchu is used by persons
from the ago of 18 to 2D, and from M to 55, or iu
the decline or change of life ; after Confine
ment or Labor Pains ; Ued-Wcttiiig iu chil
dren. In affections peculiar to females, the Extract
Jiiichu is unequalled by any other remedy, as in
Chlorosis, or Customary Kvacuations, Ulcerated
or Sebirrous State of tho Uterus, Lruchoirliea,
llseii of (hi: Uluilitei-, ICIitiu yi, Gra
vel, it ml I)rni:cal Swelling This medi
cine increases the power of I ig -stion, and ex
cites the Absoi bents into healthy action, by
which the watery of Calcareous depOsitioiis,and
all unnatural enlargements are reduced, as well
as pain and inllammatiou.
Hembold's Extract iStichu has cured every
case of Diabetes iu which it has been given. Iv
utation of tho Neck, of the Madder, and Inllam
matiou of tho Kidneys, Ulceration of tho Kid
neys and liladder, Itctention of Urine. Diseases
of tho Prostate Gland, Stone iu tho liladder,
Calculus, Gravel, l!rick-duit Deposit, and Mu
cus or .Milky Discharges, and for enfeebled and
delicate constitutions of both sexes, attended
witli the following Hymtoms : Indisposition to
lixettion. Loss of J'owor, Loss of i i-mory, Dif
ficulty of IJreathiiig, Weak N'orvea, Trembling,
Horror of Disease, WaUcluhiess, Dimness of
Vision, Pain iu tho Hack, Hot Hands, Flushing
of the llody, Druiess of tho Skin, Eruption
on tho l'aee. i'ahid Counti nance, Universal
Lassitude of the Muscular syateni, e.
Hembold's Extract Uueliu is Diuretic and
Iilood-l'urlfying, and cures all diseases arising
from habits of dissipation, excesses and impru
dence! iu life, impurities of the. blood, iVc, su
perseding e'opaiba iu affections :or which it is
used, such as Uonorrlnua, Gleets of long stand
ing, and Syphilitic aiVections in those diseases,
used in connection with Hembold's Itobe
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
IJewaro of counterfeits. Ask for Helmboid's.
Take no other. Price -J 1.23 per bottle, or (i
bottles for iO.S'J. Deliveied to any address.
Describe tho symptoms iu all communica
tions. Address II. T. 1IKLMDOLD, Drug and Chem
ical warehouse, 5'J1 Broadway, N. .
Nono aro genuine unless done up in s'.eel-en-graved
wrapper, with fac-siinilo ot my Chemical
Warehouie, and signed
II. T. IIELMBOLD.
Jackson's Catarrh Snuff
AND TKOCIIE TOWDEII,
a DEuouTrrr. and tmiasant HU-lUDV in
Catarrh, Jlcadaclic, Bad Breath,
Hoarseness, Asthma, Bron
chitis, Coughs, Dacf
And all Disorders resulting from COLDS in
HEAD, TIIHOAT anil VOC'AI.. OKGAXS.
This It pined v does not DUV UP a Catarrh
hut LOOSENS it; frees the head of all of
fensive matter, quickly removing liad llreath
and Headache; allay" and aunt lis tho "ium
iug IkuI in Catarrh; is so nillil and nrcr..
alili- iu its effects that it positively
CURES WITHOUT SNEEZING !
As a Ti oche I'oiviler, is pleasant to the taste,
and never nauseates; when swallowed instantly
giveb to tho Throat and Vocal Organs a
DKLICIOUS SENSATION of COOLNESS
and COM TOUT,
Is tho best Voico Tonic iu tho world I
Try 11 1 Sale, Ki liable, ami only :5 cent.
Sold by Druggists, or mailed free, addreBS
COOPEIt, WILSON & CO.,
dl92w249-Gm Prop'rw, Philadelphia.
At wholesale, by all Patent Housch, and re
tailed by druggists everywhere.
100,000 Lives Lost
yearly from tho use. of
Save your money and restore your health, by
using'Dr. Byrn's Antidoto for Tobacco. This is
not a suhstituto but a euro for Smoking, Chew
ing, and Snuff-taking. Fow persons aro awaro
of tho terriblo effects of tho noxious weed on tho
Ir.iman system. Dyspepsia, Headache, Disease
of tho Liver. Sallow Complexion, Costivcness of
tho i'owels. Loss of Memory and other diseases
aro tho aflhctions brought on by its use. Tho
Antidoto is purely vegotablo ami harmless. It
nets as a tonio on tho system, purifies tho blood,
and enables a person to digest tho harticst food.
Samples sent tree for 50 cents $3 per dozen.
Address 51. J. Yarnell, 8(1 Cannon St N. Y.
1,000 MEN WANTED,
d K A PER WEEK profit on M Capital.
?i)Ovi Something entirely new. Send for
circular nnd tcrniH. No gift enteiprizo or hum
bug. Address M. J Yarnell, bO Cannon St, N. Y.
Ttventy-jTvc I ears Practice
In tho Treatment of Disease Incident to Fc-)
males, has placed Dr. Dow at the head of all the ,
physicians making such practice a specialty, and !
enable him to guarantee a speedy and perman
ent cure in the worst eases of Srijiyn-rxWon and
all oilier MvnttriuU lertiii'ieineiitn. from teliat-
crev enure. All letter for advice must contain
f 1. Olllce, No. U r.ndicott Sheet, Boston.
N. 11. hoard furnished to those clcwlring to re
main under treatment.
Boston. Julv. IHvS, 2201-mUw
Errors of Youth.
AOUNCi MEN tho experience of yearn has
X .I'lnonslia'cd tho fact that reliance call lie
placed in the efficacy of
HULL'S SPECIFIC 1'1U.S
l'ot the speedy and permanent euie of Seminal
Weakness, the ro-utlt of Youthful Indiscretion,
which neglected, ruins the hippincs, and unfits
the suffiier for business, social society or mar
riage. They can be used without detection or
interference with business pursuits.
Price cine Dollar per box, or four boxes for
three doll.it s. If you cannot proem etho-ce pills,
inclose the money to RitY.VN V Co,, 1)1 Cedar
.Street, New York, and they will be sent by return
mail, wi.l.l. hkai.1'1) Private eitculara to gentle
men tcut free m application ; enclose stamp.
Dlt. ntED'K MOltltlLL, Physician and Sur
geon, gives exclusive attention to Diseases
ol women, lie has made diseases of woman his
study for the past twenty years. His practice
has been ve.-y extensive botli in Hospital and iu
private practice'. His reputation has vouchers
in all tho city papers, his patients, aiidthemedi
eal profession, both here and abroad, as being
the most skillful specialist litre, and a thorough
master of all Hexual diseases.
Dr. Morrill in admitted by tho best medical
talent of tho country to have no equal iu the
treatment of Female Complaints, audit is no un
usual occurrence for physicians in regular prac
tice to recommend patients to him for treatment
when alllicted with diseases iu his speciality.
Ladies will rcceho tho most scientific atten
tion, both medically and surgically, with private
apartments during sickness, and" with old and
experienced nurses, if they wish.
The poor advised free of charge, l'hynieians
or patients wishing his opinion or advice, by let
ter, and enclosing the usual fee, will be answ'ered
by return mail.
Medicines sent to all parts of tho eountrv.
Office, No. IS HOWAltD STKEET,
'JU-Lv Uoston Mass.
Among the many restoratives which nature
has supplied to relieve the alllictions of human
ity, thero is no more f.iv iiihs ouo for a certain
class of dUeases than the "medicinal gum" of
the Wild Cherry Tree; Imt however valuable it
is, its power to heal, to soothe, to relieve and to
cure, is enhanced tenfold by scientific and judi
cious combination with other ingredients, in
themselves of equal woith. This happy mingling
exists to a lemarkablo degree in
Or. "Wislur'rf liaKam of Wild Cherry,
whose value in curing CowjUf, C'ofis, ISroiwhilin,
W'linopiu'j Cowjh, Croup, Asthma, J'tilmonnry
Ajii'etloi), awl Incipient Consumption is inesti
mable. Kioin S. II. (Vail, 12m.,
Principal of tho Stats Normal School of Vermont.
JoiiNso:;, Yt., Jan. "0, 1803.
Messrs. Scru W Fowrx & Son, Uoston.
GnNTi.ujir.N I can most cheerfully recom
mend WlSTAU'S li.VI.SAM or WlM ClIKllKV as a
safe and cfiiecnt remedy for Comjltn, Cohls, In
cipient CouxumptiuH, ct'u. I have often used it
myself and recommended it to my friends, witli
the most satisfactory results.
Yours most truly,
S. 11. PEAltL.
Johnson, Yt., April 1, 18G0.
Having been troubled with Dronchitis for sev
eral years, attended with a couch, occasionally
quite severe, I at length saw Dr. Wistau's Ual
iaji or Wild CiimniY advertised as being a sure
cure. I w as therefore induced to trv it. and do
rive much relief irom it, especially when my
complaint is attended with a cold, it seems to
no tlio only patent muiiemo mat relieves my
cough at all.
Mns. II. F. MEltHIAM.
Prepared bv SET 1 1 YV. FOWLE ,V SON, 18
Tremont St., Boston, and for sale by Druggists
GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE
cures in a very short lime
Culx, Hums, Sea Ids, AVounds, lirulsrs,
Siu-aliix, Kryslpi las, Sail Kiiciuii,
King vvui in, Chapiml Hand,
ll.ji.i. 1'iozeii l.iml4, Kt-luiis,
It is prompt in action, removes nam at once.
and reduces the most angry looking swellings
aim luuaniiuaiious, asn nv magic inus allord
ing relief and a complete cure.
SEl'II W. FOWLE A SON, Boston,
Sold by all Druggists, Grocers, and at all
country stores. M-l
Jm A LECTURE TO
9s YOUNG- MEN,
Just Published in a Sealed envelope. Price (lets.
4 LECTUUi: on tho Nature, Treatment and
XJL ltadical Curo of Spermatorrhea or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual De
bility, and Impediments to marriago generally ;
Nervousness, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits ;
Mental and Physical Incapacity, resulting from
Solf-Abiifeo, Ac. By ItOBEliT J.OULVEUWELL,
M. D., Author of tho " Green Book,"A c.
Tho world renowned author, in this admirable
Lecture, clearly proves from his own experience
that the awful consequences of Solf-Abuso may
bo effectually removed without medicine, anil
without dangerous surgical operations, bougies,
instruments, rings, or cordials, pointing out a
modoofcuro at once certain and ell'estual. by
which every sufferer, no niatsor what his con
dition may be, may euro himself cheaply, pri
vately and radically. This Lecture will provo a
boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal, to any address, iu a plain,
sealed envelono on the receipt of six cents, or
two postago stamps. Also, Dr. Culverwell's
" Marriago Guide.' price- 23c. Address the
OHAH. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery, New York,
Post OHico Box 4.580
"It Works like a Charm."
Have you Headache? Uso Itenne's Magic Oil
Have you Toothache ?. Uso Bonne's Magic Oil
Have you Neuralgia? Uso Bonne's Magic Oil
Have you Bheumatism ? Use Bonne's Magic Oil
Havo you Soro Throat? Uso Benno's Magic Oil
Have von Sciatica? Use Benno's Manic Oil
Havo you a Bruiso? U"io Benno's Magic Oil
Havo you Cramp? Uso Benno's Magic Oil
Havo you Choi. Morbus? Uso Benno's Magic Oil
Havo you Lameness ? Uso Benno's Magic Oil
This is tho best family remedy, to euro all
kinds of pain, you ever tried.
It is clean, safo and delicious to uso and if
vqu uso it faithfully, it will do you good.
' Directions on each bottle. Buyitof tho Drug
gist or Slerchant where you trado. If they have
not got it on hand they will send for it, at your
request, and sell you tho genuino Benno's Pain
Killing Magic Oil, at tho manufacturer's lowest
price ut retail.
YM. BEEN Ei Splo Proprietor and Manufac
turer, Pittsiicld. Masa.
Sold in St. Albans by all Druggists, Weeks A,
Boynolds, Grocers. In Swanton Falls by D. T.
13 V. O.-l'ry a box of 1'. ami's Plantain
.Ointment. The best t o in the World.
Take no other, but insist ,i i raving this. For
atc by all Druggists and Jountrv Dealcif.
D J. W. i'OLAND.s
HEAR YE AFFLICTED ! !
VltOF. M. FEHDLXANDl'ltZ, a Krgular
Musician and Surgeon, and a mini or itit giitv,
dec iih it his duly to warn the peculiarly aniicled
agatint the extortions piaeticed upon then',
cases of winch are dailj biought to his notice.
Dr. F. is lomal liable for his low charges and lor
his speedy cuies of any diseases of thourim
general vo organs. All weak m stes peculiar to
ladies speedily relieved ; and ou can call on or
address the Doctor without tear of monstrous
charges. It is for the lutctcst of females to con.
suit him, as his is a practice peculiar to France
uui cnronie cases produced liy malpractice, of
unprincipled men skilfully removed. Young
men addicted to secret habits or suffering from
seminal weakness can call and learn their ca'su
without intimidation, Good accommodations
for pati nts wishing to remain in tho eitv. All
consultations free, DUpensatorv and "Office,
corner of Howard and Somerset Streets, Boston;
entrance -111 Howard street. Address Lock llox
18.18, llint iu. OfUco hours from 8 A. M. to U 1.
"1ANCKB, SCBOFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LIYEB
J Comi laint, Bheumatism, Neuralgia, Ac.j
cuied. A book of 100 pages, sent free to inva
lids. Address B.GBEENE, it D., 10 Ti-mjile
AT? II' A I 'Ell TIS KM EX TS.
AYliolcsalc & Ectail Store,
WE would call the attention of the public to
our large and well-as.-orted stock of
Goods consisting iu part of
GRASS SEI01), PLASTER,
LA HI). FISH.
TOR ALTO, SODA,
and, iu short, a full assortment of groceries and
provisions which we offer at the lowest market
Wo ask the attention of the trader to our
large stock of Flour, which we shall sell at the
present reduced prices without regard to cost.
Places of business at the old stand of Sowles
A- Eastman, and at the store lately occupied by
Hoping by a strict attention to business, and
being able at all times to show customers a full
stock, to merit your favors, ,
We remain the public's very humble servants,
KI'-23U BUBGESS A FOSTER.
Life Insurance Company,
Office Peck's Building, College Street.
rillllS Company having comp'eted its organi
J zation is now fully prepared to issue all
kinds of Lifo and Endowment "olicies.
Policyholders participate in tho profits of the
Company. Dividends declared and paid annual
ly after tlio first year.
Liberal arrangements made with tilst clasn
Torrey E. Wales,
Lemuel B. Piatt,
ltusscl S. Taft,
Rodney S. Wires,
J. D. Hatch,
Geo. F. Edmunds,
Omri A. Dodge,
F. C. Kennedy,
Attorney .V Judge Probate.
Gen. Ins. Agent.
Pres. Burlington Gas Co.
U. S. Senator.
Pres. 1st Nut'l Bank, Bur
lington. Manager Burlington
Bussell S. Taft, President.
Rodney S. Wires, Vico President.
Warren Gibbs, Secretary.
Samuel W. Thayer, M.D., Medical Counsel
SID. V. GATES, Agent, St. Albans.
0BED CRIDLKY, M. D.
RESPECTFULLY informs the Citizens of St.
. Albans and its surroundings, that ho will
iu fulfilment of his promise mado last December,
return on his SIXTH VISIT, to heal tho sick
and afllictcd. Will ho found at tho St. Albans
Honso from 15 MABCII to tho 21th, whero ho
will exert tho utmost of his abilities, to treat
skillfully and successfully all who may honor
him with their patron igo. Dyspepsia, Deaf
ness, all form of Liver Complaints, Scrofula,
Gravel, Diseased Kidneys, Heart difficulties in
its various forms, Bronchitis, Weak Lungs, Fe
male Weakness, Fits, Dropsy, Nervous depress
ion, Soro Eves and Ears, ltheumatism, Neural
gia. Catarrh, Erysipelas, Asthma, Salt Rheum,
Suppression and retention of Menses, Gleot,
Whites, Seminal Emissions c, (no exception to
Consumption in its first stages), aro diseases tho
Doctor administers for cures.
Como ono Como all Both old and young,
250-f2 OBED GRIDLEY, .M D.
rnilOSE I.VTEUESTED ARE IIERliJJY
X notified that I am agent to transact all busi
ness pertaining to pensions, bounties and back
pay. Claims of tho above uaturo can bo pre
sented, and their hllowauccs obtained, by appyl
Dig to WM. BRIDGE'S.
St. Albans. May 10th. 18CC
lAKTS and Vests of all Kinds just Arrived
at WM. N. SMITH & CO'S
GtOt. WM. N. SMITH, A- Co. Tor good bar
T gains in clothing and Hats nnd Caps, and
everything in their lino.
1 LOVES of all kinds jusl received
VJT at WM. N. SMITH ii CO'S.
Of allkinds, just received at
WM. N. SMITH, & OO.
HATS, HATS, HATS,
CAPS, CAPS, CArs
All tho Styles Just received at
WM. N, SMITH. A CO'8.
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