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Tl-JLti V JilIUMO JSTT SC U J PT.
Clinrcoiil nsn Fertilizer.
Wo mnilo nlluaion on n Into occasion
to tho uso of clinrcoal for fertilizing
mtrposcs, nml to mistaken viowH of
ilsmoiloof action. Whilo this sub-;
ptnnco is often nu'tilioned in journals
ns tisoftil in composltf, niul (is liming
n ccrlnin ninnnrinl vnlno, what its
rcnl vnluo is, is littlo known to tho
ngnonllurnl community? rtl lnrgp. It
is well to hnvo this Bomowlmt moro
ilctcnuincd thnn it is now, llmt itniny
not bo cither over or umlorvnluuil
when it jnny happen to bo nioro or
In tho first place, clinrcoal is exceed
ingly indestructible. Thnt this fact
is familiar enough, wo sco in tho very
common practice of charring fdnce
postn beforo putting thorn in tho
ground, to prosorvo tho parts moro
especially exposed to decay. It 'is in
fnct one of tho most indestrucliblo of
nil substances. If air is excluded it
suffers no chaiigo when oxposed to
bent of tho greatest intensity. Mois
turo has no effect, mid no choniical
agent will net upon it. It doos not,
then, seem probable that it has of it
self any valuable properties as n fer
tilizer. It is hardly possible- that it
can in ruiy given timo go through u
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process oi decomposition -wmcu win
lit it for tho food of plants.
But clmrconl iB a porous body, and
in common with other porous sub
stances has the power of absorbing
and condensing gases in greater or
less degree. After it has been healed
to redness and cooled without expos
ure to tho air, it will nl sorb ninety
times its own bulk of nmniouincnl gas.
It is upon this property of absorbing
gase3 that its vnluo as ninnuro de
pends. A cubic inch of charcoal is
capable of condensing within its pores
ninety cubic inches of ammonia.
Then tho practical question niises
how tho ammonia is to becoino availa
ble ns tho food of plants, locked up
within tho pores of this indestructible
substance. AVo nttuch much impor
tance to what is called tho vital power
of tho roots of plants, but it does not
appear that thoy hnvo power to act
except on tho moro surfaces with
which thoy come in contact. The
proper answer to the question is tho
greater absorbing power of wator.
"Water nbsorbs, at the common tem
perature nnd pressure, from seven to
eight hundred times its volume of nm
moniacal gns, and will not part with
tho whole- of it when boiled. Its pow
er of absorption, as compared with
charcoal, is as eight hundred to
ninety, and tho necessary result, when
tho two substances como in contact, is
that tho latter gives up its store to the
former. Tho ammonia is simply
washed out of the charcoal by tho
first shower of rain, nnd transferred
to tho surfaco soil, to bo made availa
ble as tho food of plants. When this
occurs, tho pores of tho charcoal aro
full of water, and only when this
evaporates, or in other words, when
the charcoal dries, it is capable of ab
sorbing ammonia ns beforo. It is
manifest, then, it must bo in position
to dry nfter being washed, out, if wo
would have it continue- its trood ofli-
AOUU DE MAONOLIA,
A toilet delight. Superior to nny Oologiio
iiel to Imllie tin' fafro ami ttCrgoii, tit rlndcr tho
Viii toft nnd fr.-sli, tn"nl'y iiitlatiiiiitflrff, to jcr
fiitnc clot liltiu, for headache, Ac. It Ih mntiu
fnolurcil from the rich Southern Mntfnoha, mid in
obtaining a patronage quite utipreeodoiltcd. It
Is n fiivorlto with actresses and opora singers.
It Ik hoM by all denier, at II. 00 ill largo bottles,
nml lv Donas Damns A Co., Now Yorlt, Whole
Saratoga Spring Wiitcr, sold by all Druggist.
"Jos' twr-"inftlyl',-Slon Slilnglo said
thoy wort1 thern "every tlrnf." "If he felt
"owloy" In the morning, he took Plantation Hit
lers; ff he felt weary at night, hp took I'lanta
tiim Hitters; if h" larked apctilfl, was weak,
languid or mentally opjireiwd. hi tool; l'lanta
tion Hitlers; nnd trior never Mi led to sot him on
hia iiiim square and firm.
Few permum want any bettor authority; lmt
as mine may. Just rend the following:
" I owe mncli to you, for
I verily belicvo tho 1'laiitation Hitters have,
saved my lifo.
1SLV. W. H. WAOONlill. Madrid, N. Y."
" 1 havo been a groat suf
feror from Dyspepsia, and had to adandim
preaching. Tho limitation
Hitters have curort me.
HUV. C. A. MILLWOOD. Now York City.
" I had lost all appetite
wb ho weak and enervated 1 conld hardly walk
and had a perfect dread of Bociety.
Tho Plantation Hitters have set mo all
JAMKS HEIMINWAY, St. Louis, Mo."
Tlie Plantation Hitters
have cured me of a derangement of the Kidneys
and t'rinary Organs, that distressed mo Tor
years. 'J'liey act liko a charm.
0. C. MOOItl'., 231 Ilro.ulwav, N V."
Mrs. O. M. DLVOI2. manager of "the Union
Homo School for SoldicrM' eliildren. savu she
has given it to tho weak mid invalid children un
der lior charge, with the most happy and grati
fying results. ' We have received over a bun
dred renins of such certificates, but no adver
tisement is sootloctivc as what the people them
selves say of a good aiticle. Our fortuno and
our reputation is at stako. Tho orininal uualitv
and high character of these goods will he sus
tained under every and all circumstances
inoy nave already oDtaliicil n Bale In every
town, village, parish and hamlet among civi
lized iiauons. naBo mutators try to come as
near our name and stylo as they can, and be
cause n good article cannot be sold as low ns a
poor one, they Hurt some support from parties
nnoiio noi care wnai moy sen. no on your
guard. See our prlvato stamp over the cork.
x; ii, jJiwuui ,v uu,, rsow ltirmjttv.
SimUogii Sprint; AVntcr, sold by nil Drhg
Gentlemen: I had a negro man worth $1,200
who took cold from a bad hurt in tho log, and
was useless lor over a year, lhauused every
thing 1 could hear of without hencilt, until I
tried tho Mexican Mustang Liniment. It soon
effected a permanent cure.
J. L. DOWNING.
Montffomcry, Ala.. Juno 17. 18.VJ.
"I lake pleasure in recommending tho Mexi
can MustaiiL' Liniment as a valuable and indis
pensable ai liclo for Sprains, Sores, Scratches or
Galls on horses. Our men have used it for
Durns, Ilruises, Sores, ltheuniatiam, Ac. and all
say it nets liko mngio."
J. W. HEWITT,
Foreman for American, Wells Fargo's nnd
"The sprain of my daughter's ankle, occa
sioned while skating last winter, was entirely
cured in ono week niter sho commenced using
your celebrated Mustang Liniment.
rti i if a -!-
It a tin admitted fact that tho JToxicnn Muh-
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
LOCKE & SMITH'S
Forneholco winter Overcoat. .
LOOK AT LOCKE & SMITH'S
For Ilcnty winter bindm m Overroats.
LOOK AT LOCKE f; SMITH'S
For Heavy intir Pants and Vests.
LOOK M1 LOCKE & SJMITH'S
I'or lleaij I'liderBhirts nnd DrnW( rs.
LOOK AT LOCKE & BMITH'S
For Gents' heay Shawls.
LOOK AT LOCKE & SIVHTIUS
I'or Furnishing Goods and Trunks.
LOOK AT LOCKE & SMITH'S
For Hats, farm, Umbrellas, A-o.
Marge nnd well assorted Stock of Fall and Win
ter Goods, just recem d at the
NEW STORE OF
Mail! Street nnimsitc the Court House, wliem
you will Ami as good an ass' rtmentof
L risks fur either of the following first class
As can be found in Vermont. We would call par
ticular attention to our mipnrtdellcd assortment
GENTS' NECK SCARFS.
Also, n good line of
Jhits, Cni'S, Trunks, I'lrfw, I'mbrrltiii, Ac.
CAJjIj AT OTVC'IO,
At LOCKE A HSlITira
CUtf Mhin Street. Bt. Alljon, VI.
TVEAD & DURENj
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES
"AX7"E would remind the public that our stock
is quite coiiioletc in everything pertaining
to our elpss of goods, and by immediate orders
for anything nut mi band, wo shall endeavor to
supply all wants lor goods in our line.
DRUGS AN!) (JHiilCALS,
Our theory in regard to buying and selling
medicine is, llrst, a pure and reliable quality,
and then to make prices as low as can bo all'ojdell.
PhyBieians willllndit for thoir Interest to pur
chase their mi dicint s of us. Anything found un
satistnetory we will endeavor 'to rectify. .Ajiy
Surgical Instruments not mi baud furnished nt
Wo havo nlargc assortment consisting in part
of Lubin's genuine Extracts, superior American
Extracts put up in a variety of stylos of bottles,
Genuine Farina, Cologne, also cologne bv the
AVo would invite attention to our stock of Hair
Ilruslies, also Tooth . llrushes, Nail Hrushos,
Cloth Hrushen, Luthorlirushcs, Flesh Erushes,
Feathor Dusters though so highnow.wo havo a
few desirable k ndi.
A good asaortinent of English and American.
nn.li rslKlicil Will take
1I03IK IXSUUANCH COMPANY
' "OF NEW HAVEN ;
Capital Stoc-k, .StiOO,00().
Thre(-foMl tli8 of thelprolitn ill ided among Policy
HAMTDKN IXSUUAXCK COJIl'ANY,
'lJUlll Htoi'k. S'.M)().()(H.
WKSTJ5KN MASSAHIUSIiTTS IN-
Citjtiltnl Wtmlc, wac)0,(M0.
CITY FME INSUKANCK COMPANY,
OF NEW IIAVKN, CONN.;
CAPITAX. STOCK, $300,000.
Each of the above amounts of Stock is paid ill.
. M. DUCK, Agent.
Office over Weeks' store, .St. Albans, Vt.
April 0, 1851. -t-ly
j rsrs ui?a:n cjj: if '
rillpj UM)nil8l(?NElH8 Agent for the fellow
JL ing Insurance Companies:
Homo Insurance Co. of Now York,
Inloniiitional Insuraiico Co., New York
FAIlMi:ilS Ml'TCAL FJUIC JXSL'HAXVt:
CO., MOXTl'hUKll, VT., LXSI'HEH
DWELUXtt HOUSES AXJ)
Tho Now York Accidental Insurance Oo.,
This company insures against accidents and
death resulting therefrom. Clroulurs furnislud
gratis. Application may bo mado by letter or
at my office over the First National Hank, St.
OS-tf E. A. SOWLES, Agent.
INC 6 R P O RATED 1832
SKINNEK & STONE,
Tin, Slictt Iron ami Copper Ware,
COOK, PARLOR & BOX STOVES
HOLLOW WARE j
Japanned & Britannia Ware
Shovels and Toltgg,
Sheet Zllio, Ac, Ac,
Among our Stoves aro
Htewort's Cooking, Parlor nnd OlTlcu Stoves
Our l'arlor, fee,
Sap Fans cunatanily on baud and made to or
der. Wo havo secured the sorvics of Messrs Far
mielt and Nash, two of tha beat Workmen in
Particular attention paid to Job work.
Hoof Outtcrs nnd ConducUtys put up at short
Work shop first door west of tho American
House. SalcH room llrst door Nrrth of George
Farrar's on Main Street, where we have a good
assortment of tho aliovc mentioned goods.
Also, nt tho samo place, by V. O. Skinner, the
best assortment of
LAMPS AND GUTIiBnY
In the County.
20,000 Dairy fSJcuis Wanted
For which the highest cash price will be paid.
St. Albans, Feb. 21, IStfli. 102-tf
Btauip oiiJeiims narnea iV Co., over tho ton.
An effort has been mado to counterfeit it with
a cheap stono plato label. J.oolv closelv.
huiiitogu hiirliis AViiUr, sold by all Drug
CCS. UlU'ing tUO llCtlt Ol BUmtUOr, tang Liniment performs more cures in shorter
ndion iho ntmnunliorn a mnal flnirrroil I time, .on man and bi ast, tliau any artielo ever
, , . discovered. Families, livery-ineii mid plantors
With nmtnonm, it IS .most capable of Ljiould always havo it on hand. Quid ami
gathering this valuable gns, for it is sure it certainly is. All genuine is wrapped ill
tlifMi Unit it ia iiinul miioHv rlriod nf. ' steel-plato engravings, bearing the signature or
J.I1C11 tllllt It IS most qiUCMJ miCCl nl- j u w Westbrook, Chemist, audthe;ini'(iU. H.
mi uumg wusnuii uv ii niiuwui. Jjut
it must, of courso, bo on tho surfaco,
if wo would havo it tuiBwer our pur
pose in thiB respect.
Tho cud gained by the uso of char
coal in a compost heap is different
from that named abovo, and depends
on a different principlo altogether.
It is not by absorbing and condensing
the gases which nriBo from a decom
posing dung heap that it is valuable
in this case, but rather by checking
decomposing. If meat, wlion it has
begun to putrefy, bo packed down in
clinrcoal, it. is not only deprived of all
bnd smell, but tho process of putro
factiou is iuinicdintoly stopped. No
inbro gnses aro formed, and, of course,
none enn bo absorbed. Its effect is
to slop tho process of decay. In the
Bamo manner any animal or vegotablo
substnnco, if exposed to tho action of
pharconl, may bo preserved unchanged
for any length of time. Thus when
used in tho compost heap, all tho sub
stances it is brought in contact with
aro brought under its intlucnce, and
wlieii applied to tlio soil are gradually
Koparaieu uom it uy mo rains which l
fall UDon them, and then midorim ilm i
,!.. .liili din ilw.m ( i ....?.. ii.-. I Who ouUlnqtbo bcaiilifub? Who would not
u-u.j niiiui i.7 wuiu iu ui wmu uiu j auil.to their beauty? Whal Kivcu- that niarhlo
lOOU 01 WllCnt. JtalUmore bull. purity and i((Wi;mi appearance ho observe tip-
ouuiuMugo, unuiuuiu eityuellof It is no
! lunger a secret. Tlu-y use llagan'a Magnolia
Pni-Hrnvivn lriimTo nv Pivvivn U'.i I 110 conmiueu uso removes tan, iroclilos.
, V 1 , , ' UVNNINO. 0 ! pimple all,l roughncbs from the face and hands
ni'O gllld tllO practlCO Of canning fruits 1 und leaves the complexion smooth, transparent,
is coming into such conornl uso. over E00A"!"?. ,a'!1.! "y'r'i'.'h'-. .v.IllkS umP .V0"11.1?1"
All tho popular llcstoratives.
CAPITAL j SSOOjOOO
Insure against Fire & illnrine Risks
Not exceeding S30,000 ou any one EiBk.
Office, No. 66 State Street
!. AV. KI'H.V, Srcfrlnry.
AAICO.V II. Jtli.W, l'lesldiMl.
Wji. n. EOWEHS,
Apply to A. J. SAMSON, Agent, fit. Albans.
Vermont. ' 07-tf
Gencral Jobber in
VKKSIOVI1 CH.NTIlAti AMI 8UM.1VAN
Commoncliig Juno -1, 1800.
Tll.HNS UOIMl SOUTH AMI) CUT
Eenve Ht. Albans at 0.10 ft. m., 8.10 a. in., 12
in., 7:!10 p. in.
Mail 'lrain leaves House's l'oint at 1:110 a, m.,
receives passengers fiom Ogdensbtirgh It. It.,
nnd connecting at White Hlvcr Junction niidllel
lows Falls with trains fot Itoston, Worcester,
Spriliglleld, and nnd with trams on Fassumpslc
ii. it,, nrtives nt iow xorii ni m.iu p. m. I
Btonmboat Express loawB llontreal nt (5:30 a. '
in., for llnrllngton, Lake (leorge, Haratoga, Hut- 1
land, Troy. Albany and New York, rontu cling l
at iMirniigton with j-.tkc i nampiain Mteamirs
nud ltlitlaml Itoad.
lay Express leaves Montreal at 8.30 a. in., St.
Johns 7U 10:00 a. in., Ogdensburuh nt C:!10 ft. In.,
ltouso's Foint at 10:15 n. in., for llostou, Ac., ar-1
rivitig in Doston, via. Eoweil at 10:80 p. ni.
Nliht Express leaves Ogdensbtirgh nt 11.30 a.
ni., MonU'oal at 3:30 p. in.. House's l'oint nt C.15
p. in., Ht. Johns at 1:115 p. ni., nrrtving nt lloston
nt 8.10 n. m., eomioctini,'. nl Ecltowe I'alis with
Clioshiro Itoad for lloston and Worcester and
with Vermont Valley ltailroad for Springllcld, Ac,
and arriving in NewYork nt 12.30 j. m.
T11A1N8 OOINO SOUTH AND W BST
Leave Ht. Aldnns at fi.00 a. in., 10.55 a. in., 0:11
p. in. and 8.36p. m..
Day Express leaves lloston via. Ijowcll 8.00 n,
m. for llurllligton, Ht. Albans, and Montreal,
arriving nt Montreal at t:80 p. ni., and Ogdens
burgh at 1 a. in.
Mail Train loaves Eoslon in Tiwell, nt 7:00
a. in., via tiawreiico nud Eitchllurg at 7.30 a.m.,
Springllcld at 7:15 a. in., for llurifiigtou, St. Al
bans, Montreal and Ogilensburgh.
Tho train leaung lloston vU. Eitchbitrgh nt
7:80 a. m nnd Hpringfleld nt 7, IS a. in., connect
at White Itiver .liiiietion with Eny lixpross Train.
Accommodation Train leaves Xortblleld at 7.60
a.m., and Iturlington at 8.15 a.m., for fit. Albans.
House's l'oint, Ac.
Night Expi-otiS laee Hellnws Falls at 10.00 p,
m., n-ctivuig passengers fnmi Vermont Valley
rtnilmflri lenvfuir W Viirlf nf 1'iir. . an. I
from Cheshire ItHilroiul, leaving ltnston nt 6:80
p. m., coniHH'ting at White ltier Junction with
train leaving lloston at 6:80 p. mM for llurling
ton. House's l'oint, Montreal and Ogdeiislinrgh,
eoniiocttng with Urand Tnmk Trains for the
Sleeping car are attached to Ijoth the night
Express trains running letwceti Ht. Albans and
lloston, and Ht. Albans and Springfield.
Through tickets for Chicago and the West for
sale at the principal stations.
G. ME1UUI.E, Bup.
St. Albans, June -1, 1SGC.
Manufncturirand b. ai,rin
Coiiins nnd Burial CaS0S(
In Wood JU(n, ortvnj
n,"l'- Of ,),
RlKll.ll , J( , .
Ho uill furnish ColTm Triminm,, , f ulu
NAME-I'IAT1, ttllk "
ntul every thing lerruired at bhott not,, ,
ruhcrals ntlcndod with hears, . v ,lr, ,,
recontlv mtrchased nl Trnv v
will be found to be as elegant ii , in
the cities. Charges will be mod, mt,
Ariply to the enbsenber at Ins r, ,
Main Strct, or at his shop (in t,
oral lib rttfkhiie- on llic corn. r ,fi ,
Themaa Streets. ' '
Rt. Albans, July 12, 1801.
Opiositc the American House, I.ako Street.
St. .Vl lonaiw, Vox'Maoiit
JUhT ltKClSlVKl), A
NEWSTOiiK of sem:cti:i teas,
All kinds called for.
A Nice assortment at low nriccs. A liberal
I discount to JIcrchantH, Lawyers and others
wanting a largo (juantity.
TOBACCO AND SNVFF.
A good assortment of Goodwin's Chewing and
nokinir Tobacco, nnd LarrillariTs Inecnlmv
and Bcoteh SnutV.
Tea and Coffee.
I'nt up by Ar Hhowo A Co.. of Boston. Oonf Av
harillv ii comitrv Htorn thnt ilnei. nut lem It nr I Bhowo is a uativo Chinaman and takes ureal
a family that does not use it. pains in furnishingJliH agents with achoice artic-
l'j. llltJlAM iau. Uliemlst. K. 1. "u, jvii xca nuiiumcu.
hiiralogii Siiilnu Wutir, sold UV all Ermr-
It is i most delightful Hair Dressing.
It eradicates scurf and dandruff.
It keens tho head cool and clean.
It makes the hairrieh. soft andclossv.
It prevents hail turning gray and falling off
it icsiores nairou prematurely uaui ueaus.
This is just what I,yon s Kathainni will do. It
is pretty it is cheap durable. It is literally
sold by tho car-load, and yet its almost incredi
ble demand is daily increasing, until there is
LOWER THAN EVER!
Wo keep constantly on hand
Corn JtntL Out jMotil,
IiHO Manufacturer and Pcaler in
COFFINS AND METALIC BURIAL CASES
Wh'cb I .will sell from ten to tnentv per cent,
less than any dealer in Ht. Albans or Eranklin I'o
Of every description and stjle deeired, from the
cheapest pine to the most ihgant rosowood
Proper clothing and every article needful for
the proper interment of the dead, furnished on
short notice. A Hearse, built by myself, and
t'arrages, will be furnished to my Customers anil
will not be refused to those unable to hire.
Particular attention 1b called to (tltoec
Which, when propi rly scab d up. will keep
leiimins in a pent! state lor iuonins.
On and after Monday, Nov.
Traina will mn as follows :
11, 1661, l'absenger
Eav Express Train leases Concord at 'J..T5 a.
ni., for White Hiver Junction, nmpi-ftting with
trains for Montpelier, Ihirlingtoii, Ilmifo' Point.
Montreal, Ac, and with Ogdensburgh and Oraliu
Trunk Hailroads, for tho West.
Mail Train leaven Concord at 10.-1S n. m., for
Wliite Hiver Junction, connecting ytiiil trnln for
Wells Hivtir, Bt. Johnsbury, llarton, Nowjvort,
Willoughby and Magog I-ikoa, Stanstcad, liath,
Littleton, and Ijancaster; also, with trains for
MoutjH'Uer, iturlington, Ht. Albans, ItotiteVPnint,
Montrela, Ogdensburgh, and tho West.
liristol Train leaves Concord at 8.30 p. in., for
Franklin and Bristol.
Evening ExprcHti Tram leaves Concord at 8.16
p. m., for While Hiver Junction, connecting with
trains for Montiielier, Burlington, Bt. Albans,
House's l'oint, Montreal, Ogilenaburgh. and the
Or on arrival of trains fromItoston,Worccter,
Portsmouth, Portland, Ac.
AX It A. Ml YET.
The subscriber begs leave ti ;, f .
zens of this placo nnd vicinitv. n t
ful for the patronago the hj,
ies the coutiutuiticc of th( sat'"
He keeps on hand a largi ao l (, ,
consisting In part of rich Sofas, T r
JjOHUgos; Easy, Hock, and Purl, : c
isliod in oil; cane and H,ati
every varltity ; Centre, Card. swt, ,
tension Tables; marhlc-t.,;, t batuiu , -of
black walnut. flmlie.l ni uJ H
Husk, and Excelsior Mntr s
l'oathors, What-Nots, Hat IfP ,
Ac, Ac, Ac,
Express Train leavm Wliite Hivei
m., or on arrival
Junction For Concord nt 1.15 n,
of train from Otrdoiioburglj and
Mondays at 0.25 instead of 1.15,
Bristol Train leave Brktul for Coiiooiit at S
a. m., and Eranklin at 0.12 n. ra.
Mail Train leaves White Itiver Jntiction far
Concord at 12.15 p. m., or on arrival of trains
Those wishiiiR any of the above mentii ned ! ?.w tl'C Vermont Central, l'ammniwic, and
... ... - " . ... . in.:,,. -, ....... : 11. :iu .i .
articles, win, alter or buloro looKuig elswhere,
call at my Klmp and satisfy themselMs that
this is tlie place.
Bt. Albans. July 18, 1805, 71-lv
A Boon to the Sick
PILLS AND SALYE,
A choicoasKOitment of the nicer kinds. Also
Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Congress, Umpire amt
I T,rlt,r V.. 11. .. IJI,,IV, CI 1. CV.1......
""w 4nt, i.u.ui, uiunui, nmuin
tus, iveroHcne uu, lurpeniino, ae. Ac.
WEAD & DU REINS.
Kt. Albans, Nov., 18C5, 5C-ly
tho old iiiotliod of iniiUng prcaorvos of
tlicin. Lnuiung Ims ninny iiilvantngw,
nmong -wliich tiro, it is more bitnnlo
anil cusily porformcil, ia choapor- utul
hcaltliior, und many good fruits, such
as pio-planl nnd currants, enn bo kopl
in thin manner, which nioko very in-
ilitlorent preserves. Uesidos, fruits1
uru far moro pulnlablo in their fresh,
ntiturrtl stuto, ns thoy can bo kept by
canning, than if compounded with su
gar. Tho process of canning is easily
practiced, there is no mystery connec
ted with it, and wo would urgo upon
every household the importance of
cannine up as creat a varielv of vi.
tables and fruits ns possible. Begin
with rhubarb. Prepare it as .if for
cooking, scald it and put it into' com
mon bottles, put in tho corks while
thoy aro hot, put on bouio scaling wax,
dip a littlo cold water upon tho wax bo
qs. to movent tho air from forcing its
way down through tho moltpd wax
through Bomo crevico in tho cork, and
tho work is done. Mapio svrup can
bo kept sweet through tho hxitnmor by
simply putting it up in sealed bottles,
nfter first oxpelling tho air as in eau
jiing fntits. Maim Farmer.
ic, it contains no material injurious to tho skin.
Any Druggist will order it for you, if not at
hand, at Mets. per bottle.
W. a. HAUAN, Troy, N. Y., Chemist.
llKMAN HAIfXKS. I'll Vl.,J.nl ' 1-
fiiirutogH Spiiiig Wiiiir, Boldhy allEr'ug-
Hcimstrcct's inimitablo Hair Colorinc is not n
dye. All instant aneous dyes aro composed of
""' iiiiie.i., uuu tuuiu ur less nesiroy mo M
tailty of tho hair. This is the oriclnnl llnlr
Curling, and has been growing in favor over
") .' v jioiuieja gray nairio us ongl.
nalcolgrhy gradual absorption, in a most re.
ninrkablo manner. It is also u beautiful hair
dressing. Bold iu tno si o--W cents and
i- uy an ueaiors. u. JUiUlBTUKirr.CheiuUt.
tjurulogu hpilng AVulvr.BOlil l,y M j)ruK.
Knoslniigh Tails, V(.
rnillS UNDKHBIONHl) having this day formed
j, a copariuersiiip uuuer too siyio oj
jvbnt to Bmsmr juios.,
For the manufacturo of
WOOLEN G OODS,
Wotild reenoctfully lnfonu tho citizens of Frank
lin County mid viuinitv. that I hoy will havo
I . . . " . T
oonttuiuiy on nana a largo supply oi
A 3V 25 HOMINY.
( ! '
Call and cxamino our Slock boforo purchasing
elsewhere. Highest market prico paid forcoun
WEF.KS A REYNOLDS,
Lako Street, fit. Albans, April 12, 16GC. 93-tf
These Life-giving remedies are now giving
publicity to tho world. For ovor uuarter of a
century of private practice the ingredient of
Tiiib-C iviii- Tbilisi
Have lieen used with the greatest suceehg. Their
niission is not only to prevent disease, but to
cure. Tin y search out the various maladies bv
which the patient is suffering, and re-invig-rates
the whole system. To the aged and infirm
a few doses of these valuable FILLS will prove
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For in overy caso they add now life and .vitality
and restore tho waning cnorgios to their pristine
btato. To the young aud nuddlo-aged, they will
prove moat invaluable, as a ready, epecilic, and
sterling medicine. Hero is a dream realized,
that l'ouc-do-Loon, sought for threO hundred
years ago, and never found. Ho looked for a
fountain that would restoro tho oid to vigor nnd
mako youth ever
An JHemal Spring I
It was left for this day and hour to lealizo the
dream, and show in ono glorious fact the magic
that mado it fair.
These Famous 'Remedies
Cannot stay tho flight of years, but they can
foreo back, and hold aloof, disoases that inigbt
triumph over the aged and the young. Lot none
hnsitato then, but seize tho favorable opportuni
ty that oilers. When taken as prescribed
FOR BILLIOUS DISORDERS
Nothing can bo moro productive of euro than
these Fills. Their almost magic inlluence is
felt at once; and tho usual concomitants of this
most distressing diseaso aro removed. Thix!
iiunuuics aro mane iront uio purest
Thoy will nut harm tho most delicate female,
and can ho given with, good effect m proscribed
dosoa to the youngest babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all oruptionstof tho skin, tho SALVH is most
invaluable. It does not heal externally alone,
hut ponetrates with tho most boarohiug effects
to the yery root of tho ovil!
ftSf Unrighteous gain has destroyed
millions, but has never mado ono man
permanently prosperous and happy.
Liu' FximOTOK Vvwr, Jamaica (insula
for Indigostion, fNausoa, Heartburn, Hick
lluadaihe, i hohro Murlm. Flatuluiioy, Ac,
WUurc a warming stimulant in required. Its
ami Fancy Cloths,
Whito Mix nnd Fancy Check Flannels,
Whiah U)uy will a11 or mchango for wool at rea
suuuhla rains. And Vool Froducera. Cloth Doal.
ers, and tho publlo generally may rolv upon se-
earftil preparation and entuo purity makes it u curing as good doth from u as can Imi made in
nitiiiuiui iiinu.ij iiuij'UBun. i iiiw viciuuj, ami :au ooiuracts in paynioni lur
t W cents iier bottti . Ask wool will be nromiitlv ami honoHtlv iiilllllwl.
ltatraiit. Tako no nlbwr. I r . i.,...
S(iruloB(, kVi lug Waltr, sold liy all Hnig- ' i invii'-v
107-t ,M. 11. 11H8SHV.
dwop aiva nliable ai
fur "Itfnn'd l'mu Ux
That Noblo Animal, The Horse,
ni'I' he th6 better every way if fed oo-
T casiunlly a spoonfuU of
ALDEN'S CONDITION POWDERS
They will cure most of the diseases to which
hoihi s and cattle aro liable, inuroatc the ni
jKitite and spirits, and, with rebpootable groom
ing, giu' a bright, gloany appi arance to tho
hair. They are the result of actual and long
continued experiment, aro prepared with the ut
most cure.lroui he verySbeHt material, and guar
anteed vamly superior to any thing known. Many
ormoiit uentlemeu, owners of lino horws, buy
them by tun dozen, aud give them freely. As a
consciiueuee. their horaea ar always in good
Condition audi pirits, and remarkable for their
smooth, shining ooata. For sale by merchants
every where. J.. I., llutclitr ; Hon, St. Al
i?,uK.v,:i l'il'ritprH ; Pymas, llarneH A Co.,
New ork, John F. Henry k Cu., Waterbiu-y, Yt.,
wholBsalo agents, TMf
DR. M(I(W PILLS
Iiivurlulil)' Curt) the folloulng DUcake.i
FanuleCampluinU, 1'evcr and Ague.
oir -Vodce.-Nono Bwmine huuMhTen.
graved Irodo-maik aiouml each pot or box
signe. by Dlt. J. MA001I5L, 10 Fulton strS'
New lork to eountcifoit wliich U felony '
. bold by all raspjiotablo Doaloru Iu Me.1l.
ciues throughout tho Uultwl bates "nl Caiiadas
-at U5 cents per box or pot. wwaius
111 lvL- L' f)UTCIIIJ HONS, Agents.
Bi. Alba us Yt.
Wliito Mountains Itailroads.
Day Kxpress Train leaves Whito Itiver Junc
tion at 1.68 p. ra., or on arrival of trninii from
Montreal anil Ogdensburgh, Brattloboro', Keuue,
Bellows Falls, Windsor, Ac, connecting at Con
cord with train for 3Ianchctar, Nashua, IoweU
and Boston. ,
These traina connect at Concord with- trains
for Manchester, Lawrenee, Fortsmouth, Vact
land, Nashua, Worcester. New York, IiOwelLant'
lloston. ONKLOW STIUKNS, Agent.
Concord, N. H., Nov. 10, 1W.1. 1-tf.
DUTh.V.VllAJfl) lll'ItI.IX(5TO .UU VT,
J V VALLF.Y UAILltOAI).
On and after Monday, June 201 th, lbt, trams
wiU run as follows, iz :
MOMXO HOt'TlI XXD EAST.
Leave liurlington at 0:00 o. ni., 12:00 m., 1:2M
p.m., and 9:15 p. in. Arrivi-at BntlaiKl atll:lii
a. in., 5:15 p. in., 1.15 p. m., and 12:25 p. m.
loavo llutland at 12:15 p. m., 5:30 p. m and
12:10 p. in. Arrive at ItoUows Falls at 2:25 p.
m., 0: 15 p. in., aud 3:00 p. ni.
Leave Hellows Falls at 2JJ0 a nr., 7:55 am.,
and 3:10 p. m. Anive at HraltlclHiru' at 3:20
p. in., 10:00 a. m., and 4.-00 p.m.
5IOVISO NOUTII ASD TCXWJ.
Leavo llrattleboro' at 10:1)0 a. m., J:10 p. in.,
and 8:57 p. m. Arrive at Bellow Iftdrs at 11:25
a. m., u-m p. in., aim y:&0 ji. m.,
Leavo liellows Falls at 11:10. m., 5:15 p. m.,
and 10.00 p. in. Arrive at llutland a. U15 p. m.,
8:15 p. in., and 12:15 a. m.,
Loavo Itntland at 10 p. iu., fcCOa. jn., 5:20
p. in., and 12:10 a. m. Arrio at llurlingwin
4.20 p. in., 8:15 a. in., 7:55 p. in., tad 3:15 p. m.,
TltAlNB CONNI5CT AS FOLLOWS :
av At liurlington with lioats on Ijiko Cluwn
plain and Vermont Central and Vermont and
Canada Itailroads, for Montpelier, St. Albans,
Itouso'a l'oint, Montreal, OgdensbnrgU, and the
it. At llutland with trains for Troy, Albany
and New York, Saratoga Hprings, Schenectady,
and tho West. At Hollows Falls with trains mi
Cheshire ltailroad for Fitehbiirgh, Worcester,
I-owell, and lloston. With Yt. Valley llailimad,
for llrattleboro', Spriliglleld. HartfonI, New Ha
ven, and New York and with Hullivau ltailroad
for Windsor, White Itiver Junction, WolW li:ver,
8M Johnsbury, Newport, littleton, and tha
Fasscngers for the Wost will flud this a clktapi
pleasant, end expeditious route.
FOlt TlOKETs, and all necessary iiiforniatSonL
ciifjuiro at tho Olllces on tho lino. "
, OKO. .V. MKltltlLL. Supt,
llutland, Jnno 01. 1605. x-tf.
MUNYAN'S HIMSELF AGAIN!
X WOULD announce to tho public that I have
rented tho room in tho
1111)1 HOUSE MM,
A full assortment of
HEDSTliADS AND TWKElt'K si'IUM, j i ,
Ilottotnw, llureail, Tables, SuA v
top, Fmicv, ami Flain ibrr i-. P. -
Oflt, and WaekWalnnt Mmu.lin.- r
over)' varictj of tjks, for
CHILDHUN'S CAIiKLVuLS. ,W
H IIUM.ST v
St. Albans, Vt., M'gt n-'J '
Some Folks Can't slorp Nht-s
Q.-o. (Ulooilmn.U'n. M 8. llivr i
Weeks A Flitter, Wholesale Dru ki" "
Are now prepand to sui'ply H 'Pj lu
ans and tin' trade, with the stint -n a.
Thin artielo surpasses all known pr-r urat '
the cure of all lone f
Iu is rapidly superceding all r , .
Opinm and Valerian tin w. 11 t
wliich is to produce (Vstncm ss
tin diflkullies it allayi In i
ncss and Spasms, and imbu - i-i -'.
theb'iwels and secretive organ
No pre paraliun for Nenmn- !
so rcndily or met with such nm "
For Fit-.'sii ipliiiineBrt, Lus "f !
Femnlc Wt aknesws and IrrerTil e '
the fearful uituitel and Im1J- -
follow in the train of in nous '
Nervine w the bwt remedy A'. '
Sold bj all Druggists. Prn. '
H. If. STOItKIl A ( ) , li i
6J JcllU SI I
l ormerly occupied as a Harbor's Sliop, fitted it
up in haudspmo style, and mnoved my stock of
goods into tho samo.
QVJOK SALES AXJ) SMALL l'UOEITS
Is now wore tlun ever our motto.
In short, ajl may rost assured that by calling
Watches and Jewelry repaired ou short notico
by oporieiK'i;d Wiukmcn.
A. H. MUNYAN.
A JIO.VTIItAaiiNTH wanted for
all M s.,.lf. I.j .lH ffa Inut not t .1
'jK V V M( tf 'j 111,1V iff ill Jo Wte
dross (). T. GAltKY. City Uuildhig, liiildoford.
"leaned ami l'"1-
aTHK Subscriber tins made arrai
. CLUANlN(lrRLlAlKlN(, lOlAihl
FllliSSlNG OLli CLOTHES, and '
havo old garmenta that they w.uliHiSer - al
most good "as good as new, ' an ni'it i aj
Tremont Mouse uarDer onuo.
Th work is under tho chargo of an k t--Colorist,
and will bo done with ncaiai "
Work done on Jail Street, and ordtrs W w
left at the lTt-inout House Barber's Hlicj'
UD t-tKJJ Accnt9cvcrywuircii'' -
liiiin-oved 20 Sowinir Machines. Tur "
kinda. Undir and upper feed. Bent en
Warranted five vears. The only 1 '
in the United States for lc.s than m b h,r
.'"'- Uvu.tnl ! Hoirt, JVIiultr A' II J
tw d JUilrr, Singer tfc Co., iudV-- '
other cheap machines arc infringcE)'"" .
vcllsr or nsirnro liable to arrcit flu'
pnaotimcnt. flluatrated airouliri
Adilress.or call upon Shaw A 111-, H
ford, Maine, orCldcago. III. 111 '
Remember the Dead.
rniiH svHscmiJLii hes iay , "
X thoso hnviiiK old' flagticmoW1?;-?1,., u
tvpes, or Photographs of deceust a in A
tliey mti to get copieil. tliai ut
aiieuuon to mai mancn oi , , h, u
pictures, however poor ana , ,.!
iarged and colored' nialani Uu. Clmt,"-1
as tliough taken fr5m life. HavmS W
and most complete ebtalJwhni' ni J(
and employing only tho best a"u'r i. u t iU
partmeiil, ho will guaranti-c sa"
who may entrust tlielr work w m' ' jt
Circulars coutauiuig fiill 'r ,n''' , , u
any address, or specimens can "e '
dcrs left at his . nrk
GALLERY IN PEOPLE'S BLOCK,
IerryH aiotiinnd VrvcUh l.otl;
fl t'hlosma, or Mothpatch- W J
andLcntiiro. or Frix-Mes, ar ".I1.t".l..i..n
inc. narticiilarlv to ladies of ligiiti""'l .
ii." Si . -i . ..1...... ninrt Ild'
,r Motliratch.i ut w
tho discolored spots show "r,I P,h
faco of a blondo than a brunette, bw
lvtiinri,..i,ntivnr either: and " 1",
that w ill olfcctualiy remove iuem "
the texture or color of tlie U
suteratlm. nr. u. u. rc.. ,"-r, ' cof
eases of tho skin a spec" "X" "fXw '
remedy for these lUscolorationtf, wliicn
prompt, iniauiDio aim '"V ,, ncrniat"" "
l'repared only by II. C. 1 Eltltr 1 &
No. 4'3 Itond Htrccf, New York, w ' '
druggists: price ii pcrbot lie. '" uTyiN
FHltltY'-A MOTH ANDFlILt 1 1' -I I
Hold by all Druggists in bt. AlbJiw
A NEW CANDID A71
For publlo favor is fo""u rCn
IRVING'S CEDAR PLA8TE".
A STUOXS A1JHHS"; tf , A
For dressing and healing aU,;;XVr min i 'c
Wotlllils. A liovcr lauii.K ljrulii i" I
Hack, Chest, Hide, and Li ml ?. L
Cracked Hands, Ague in the U '- tt J'
Itheumatio Fains, Ac, Ac. tuts u
on Horseii aud Cattle. . . t'
u i,t, i.u l'luiiir I i'l'""
not j jiutil''
Sold by MurchanU. generally' - s i ,
trJH Son, Froprictors; 1),eml,vai(;rljury,!
Now York, John F. He wy w'' " a wr ' lI
Me. ' llj.jv