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T1IK VKKMOjSIT rI1KANbOBIPT.
1-1
John l'lcrpont.
Let mo now tlosctibo bis porsoiinlj
rtMninrniice, for tlio liolj) of thoso who
lmvo only lirnid of tlio mtiii. Ho was
trill, straiglit, nml uparc, six foot, I
Huould my, uuil rather uiigincoful in
fnct, though culled by tlio vvomon of
hia pmiMi, not only tho most nicoftil.
but the most liuislieii of goiillomen.
Thnt ho was dignified, courteous, nnd
prepossessing, very plensnnt in oon
verantion, n capital htory-tollor, nnd a
tolornblo no, intolernblo punster,
exceedingly impressive both in the pul
pit und elKowhcie, when much iu enrn
cat, nnd in after life a great lecturer
nnd platlorui apenlcer, 1 urn rondy to
acknowledge; but he wnuted ease of
manner the readinesa and quiet self
possession of a high-bred man, who
cannot bo taken by surjiiiso, nnd is
neither afraid of lioiii"; inmuiidotstood
nor afraid of letting himself down
till after ho had passed tho nge of
throc-ncoro.
The first impression he made on me
was that of a country schoolmaster, 01
of a professor, on his good behavior,
who had got his notions of tho jwlili
world from ChesterJield; though, when
I knew him bettor, ami loarned that
ho had been a tutor in the Alston
family of South Cnvolina.I detected the
original typo of his porpeudiculuiity,
serious composure, and stateliucKs,
tho nrchtypf. I was constantly re
minded of John C. Calhoun, a fellow
htudent with him at Yale, and a man
he always mentioned with a btrunge
mixture- of admiration and awe, a-, if
lie thought him an offshoot from the
Archfiend himself, " skilled to make
tho worso appeal tho belter reason."
Ilis tall tiguro, his erect, positive
bearing, and somowhat uncompromis
ing, severe expression of countenance,
when much in earnest, with black,
heavy eyebrows, clear, bine eyes, which
passed for black, and stiff black hair,
wcro all of that Huguenot Southern
type, which, like tho signs of tho
Scotch Covenanter, or of the old Eng
lish Puritan, aro as unlikely to die
out as the Canada thistle, where they
who sow the wind aro content to reap
tho whirlwind. Iit.thoir steadfast per
tinacity, whether right or wtong, iu
their adnmnntino logic, as unyielding
as death, and calm, scrioua energy uf
actiou, and in a part of their transcen
dental theories, they were alike; ami
alike, too, iu their tried honosty.
Tho great Nullifier and tho great
Jleformor wero both Titanic, in the
vastness and comprehensiveness ol
their views, in thoir unrelenting solf
assertion, in their metaphysies,.and in
their theories of government. If the
dark Southron mndo open war upun
his country till it grew to be unsafe,
the dark Noitherner would tear the
Constitution of that country to tatters,
and trample it under foot, as ho did
upon ono occasion, without remorse
or compunction, becauso it was hold
by others to give property iu man,
though for himself ho denied that it
did so, or that it sanctioned slavery in
any shape, as ho did, 1 say, though
I wus not an eye-witness of tho out
rage, and have only tho report from
othciB who were. If it was only a
Hourish, like that of Edmund Uurko,
when he suddenly lugged out the dag-1
ger before tho upturned smiling eyes'
of his patient compeers, and Sheridan
or was it Fox? begged tho gentle
man to tell him where the fork wai. to
bo had which belonged to the knife,
why, oveu that wcro not only unworthy
of tho man, but so utterly unlike him,
for ho never indulged in rhetoi io or
rhodomontado or claptrap, that one
would bo inclined to think ho was be
side himself, or had been dining out,
like Daniel Vobster when he proposed
in tho Senato Chamber, to plant our
starry banner on tho outermost verge,
tlio Ultima iliulo, of our disputed ter
ritory, heedless of consequences.
Both Pierpont and Calhoun certain
ly forgot tho injunction to be " tom
porato in all things;" and allow me to
add, that, in my judgment, it mattered
little who was with, or who against
them, after thoy had once set tho lanco
iu icst, with a windmill in view, thoy
only spurred tho harder for opposition,
and lashed out all tho moro vehement
ly for being cheered, oven by tho low
liest. Encouragement and opposition
wore aliko to both, aftor tho rowols
were set, and their beavers closed.
John Neal, iu tho Atlantic Monthly
for December.
AOUD 1B MAONOIiIA.
K toilet ilcliirlit. Hutsirior th any Coloifiie
lined to battle the face unit person, to render the
Mn soft nnd fresh, to idUy inflammation, to por
fum clothing, for headache, dec. It ta manu
factured from the rich Southern Magnolia, and te
obtaining a patronage quite unprtci dented. It
lit lavonto will! n. in sacs mm opera siiii'i-.
It in M)1 lv all dialer, it J1.00 m laiu- bottle-,
and dt Denias Barnes A Co., New Vork, Whole
sale A pent.
Mimtlng" fining Wnltr, sold by all Druggist.
miiH i'omticai Ciia.nous now being
JL uuule. do not nflteet, io theleiwt.tlioelinngeo
fstoJ made by
LOCKE & SMITH,
-at Tinim-
NEW AMD ELEGANT STORE !
Futi d up expressly f..r the Clothing Business.
Main Strut, St. Albans, opposite the Court
"Jcs" so r.xartlv:"--Holon Khinglo said
they were llieie "exiry time." "If lie felt
"uwlci" in 'lie mnmrmt.'he took Plantation Hit
lers; if In f.'i ... .i; Ht HU'lit, he took l'l.lllt.l
liun llitlt 1 if li 'lacked aplietlle, was wc.'ik.
languid or iiient.illv opprcs( d, betook Planta
tion llilti rs. and the never failed to net bun on
hin puis square uiirl thru.
lVw pel Hons want anv better atlthority; but
as some may. just read the following:
I owe much to you, for
I verily btliovo tho Plantation Bitters have,
aalcd 111V life
ltl.V. W. II. WAGONl'.lt, Madrid, N. Y."
" I have been a great suf
ferer from l)pepsis, and hart to adundon
preaching. -pilt, plantation
llitteiT h im' enn il me.
Hl, . ('. A. Mil. 1, WOOD, New York City.
! had lost all iippetite-
was so . .ih and ciiensti (1 1 could liimnj vain, ,
and had a pi 1 feci dread of society. I
J he I'lantiition Hitters have set mo ail!
unlit- i
J 111 IMISftAY. St. i.outs, Mo."
J'he l'lantition Bitters
have i nn il nie of a derangement of tho Kidneys
and Iru.aiv iiigmis, tlmt distressed me for
years. 'ihcviict like u cliaini.
C. C. MOOlti:, Ajlllroadwav N. Y,"
Mrs. O. 51. DKVOK. manager of the Union
Home .School for Hojdiers' children, saya she
has given it to tin. weak and invalid children un
der her charge, with the most harmy "d grati
fiiiK ri'snlta." We have received over a hun
dred reams of such certificates, but no adver
tisement is so effective as what the people them
selves say of a good article. Our fortune and
our reputation is at stake. The original ijuahty
and high chnractci of these goods will be sus
tained niiiler every and ail cirenmstancrs.
They nn already obtained a sab in eicry
town, village, parish auu liainlct nmoug civi
lized nations. Base imitatoin try to come as
near our name and stile as they can, and be
cause a good article cannot be sold as low an u
poor one, they llnd some support trum partie
hodo not caro what tiiey sell. Ike on your
,411111 'I. iiee our private stamp over the cork.
1'. 11. lKAIil. CO., New York City.
Sin-ulnii spilnj; V an r, sold by all Drub'-its.
GrEAND OPENING
DRY GOODS
-AT
Brock & Wctlicrboo'.
returned from mnrltet with a
Large assortment of
TTAVIN'O Jltat
Thry are now prcpated to exhibit the best as
sorted stock of
READY MADE CLOTHING
AND
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Ever displayed m Vermont, comprising,
Business it Dress Overcoats
Fall style, varying In price from $10 to ISO.
".Business Suits !i
Of every variety.
DRESS SUITS OF THE FINEST FABRICS.
POltEIGN AND DOMESTIC DIIY OOODS,
MOWN' AND BLEACHED COTTONS
OEN'TS' rUUNISHINO GOOD8,
1'ancy rassitneres,
I 'road Cloths,
Doeahins,
Tweeds,
Cloaks,
Shawls,
CloakiiiRs.
Cloak TniiiiiiiMRa,
Yaukee Nolioi.-, Ac.
AI430,
SUGARS,
TEAS,
COFFEE,
nnd
SPICES.
Please call and examine quality and prices,
llu-tf IHfKCK A- YET1IEHBEE.
JX
uftiNaV
GRAY HAIR.
ThU Isthc AjIDttoelA tint ItlnjmaJc.
This la the Cure that lay
In tho AmbhosM that lllng mmlc.
Tills la tho Man who wa bald and
rny,
AVhci now ban rami loffco, tlisy ftf.
lie inert ih Cure tlmt lay
In Hie .Miiii.jsiA that llinu mad.
Thlt l the M nldfn, hanilaome ami
!.lv,
Who married tli man once bald and
i-fi,
Wlm row has raven loeka, they nsy.
lie e-'l th AunnosiA that llhis
11U le.
T'il H tlv Parson, whn, by the way,
Jlnrred the lnaldru, hanilioiiic and
piv,
To tli nmn once lul-l unit irray,
Hut i lio now hai raven litk, tli.-y
HIV,
IVrnie h tisml the Pure that lay
lu the AMnitosi A that lttng matte.
Thh i tlio Hell that rfnsa away
'I o iirnii'e the people snd and gar
I hi., this fnrt.nlilrh hero don lay
If vuii irt'iilil nol lf bnlfi or grit),
t tt the AMvr.obH that King mad.
CST UKCIJIVUI), A
E. H.TUB3S & GO., Proprietors, Peterboro', N.H
Johu F. Henry & Co., Wholesale Agents, Vi.
terbury, Yt.
8. It. Ua, andWoadA- Buren, Agents. S,
Albans, and Druggists and Dealers cvciywhcr.
A Boon to the Sick
NO. 2 D ARROW BLOCK.
WM. IsT. SMITH
At homo again, with the largest lot of
CLOTIMM & FURMSHhVU (200DS
Ever offered for Bale in Northern Vt.
Over Coats,
llasinou Hnits,
Black Frocks,
Black Doc Pants and Vests,
llata and Caps in great variety,
Under Khirts,
urajwera,
Olovca,
kc, Ac.
Cull lit the OliD STA.VI)
NO. 2 D ARROW BLOCK j
Where yon can rind Goods bought, and will lie
solit, at very low prices, as money must be
had, if Ooods are noUl at a sacrifice. Call at
once as my Clothing must be sold to mal e room
ror more. a. tiilli 11.
8t, Albans, Oct., lSCfi. M-tt
THE LIGHT
AND
OF THH
WORLD.
DR. mSkGGlHS
PILLS AXD SALVE,
j JOltACti I.IVl.VIsi.v.
Matiufsrliir, ,
nnd DU,
Collins and Burial vm
111 Wood ami J,,nl r
jib miii ruriusii con
Lis
"""t.lllth f,
'"'"u c,n,u
I'Kl.'. , , f ,,,,
ttn,ll"ii'i -ii,,,!
paiul t
ftili.
i rilni..,,,, . , ,.
NA.ME-1'I.ATl S. " ' a""
SlIKOCIiS.
and everything reipthed at sl,lt ,., ' '
reasonable prices.
Pnnerals attended with heiii-,
recently purcliased at Tn.i, ,
will be found to be as ileaai',1 , ', ,''
the cities. Charges will I mod. mi,
Apply to the snbsci ih. r lit his w,
Main Street, or at his shoo 1.,,' ,
or at his residence on th ,, .,,
Thomas Streets.
"Oliver. ini, M
St. Albans, Julv pj, isi.i.
I A1 hasjuslreceiv.il
such
ceiving New do.
LOOK III in
- wj.11
.11.. 1 1. ,
ii"t . 1 1 .11. -
1 s i'i:it Ki .iii'.itii-s
.V. the ncwHtlle.
Y
Thee Ltfe-giring remedies are now giving
publicity to the world, l-'or over quarter of a
century of private practice the ingredients of
these
3"j.ro-G.ivii.sr
. T
xt n 1 . . 1 t ri l 1 . l m
1 0 W OtOCJC 01 OO ICCICIL L CUS been used with the gr atest sn. cess. Their
, mission is not onh to preieut disease, but to
j cure. Thei search nut the Minolta maladu by
; which the patient is milTi ung, and re-imigo-j
rates the "hole sisittin. To tin aged and intirin
., lafewdusesof these valuable 1'IhLS willprou
ANU 1 to be
OVEn A.
Dor.i.Aiif;
We challenge the Slate on oar new Stock of
Omit' ruinUlilii Cooils, selected from tho
bist stocks in Boston and Kew York. And our
Hat and Cap-trade we make a specialty. AIho a
good line of Itnbber Ooods and Umbrellas.
Call at tin; Now .Store, "Smith's Block," and
satisfy yourselies. 132-3m
SAVED.
Gentlemen:- I had u negro man worth 1,'jHXJ
who took cold from a bud hurt iu the leg, and
wnB useless for over a voar. I had used eiery-
thing I could hear of without benefit, until I " 7T 7v ;Ti 7'
tried the Jluxican Jlustang l.iminent. it soon ljlT.ll llllpiUVt'IUl'IU III OCWUI", JlUClUIIfS j
enecieii a peiiimni 111 cure. 1T T T"l T T "1"
Mont omerv Via Inne H 1JU0WNIX0- I JilxMl i-Hlil
'1 tnl.e jilcasiiie i'n rcconiii'iending the Mexi- , SSiUTTEiB SVSjfkCJSjtXKf S !
can iliiHtung Iduiijieut us n valuable and hulls-, Slffraum UH Urnnilmiii, .V. ).
iiensablo article for Kprains, Sores, Scratches or I 05,) jj ,,',,,,,' ,Vj-c, 1.0.1.
lulls on horses. Our men have used it for 921 thisl'nit trnt, riiildiltii'lua.
Burns, Braisi-H, Sores, lthetinmtism, Ac. und all I 1'ateutcd Februan 1 1 I860,
say it acts like magic. ni.'WTTT I fniUS MACUIXl'. is constructed on entirely
, , ' . 1 JL new principles of mechanism, possessing
.nrmnn fill" Itiiniifmli Wi.IIm l.nrnii u mill 1 ......
OTHER GROCERIES,
LOWER THAN EVER!
We keep consUntlr on hand
IFresh. G-T'ouiicL
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For in every case they add now life and vitality
and restore the waning energies to their pristine
state. To the young and middle-aged, they will .
prove moat invaluable, as a ready, spccilic. and ,
sterling medicine. Here is a dream realized, ,
that i'ono-de-lxxin, sought f..r three hundred I
rears ago, and never found. He looked for a t
fountain that would restore the old to vigor and j
mane yonui ever
That Noble Animal, The Horse,
Y7"H'J-' "ie hetter every way if fed oc
, f casionlly a sponuiull of
ALDEN'S CONDITION POWDERS
i
They V.U1 enre most of the diseases to which
I horses and cattle a: u liable, increase the aji
tietite and spirits, and, with respectable grooni
l luff, give a bright, glosiy appearauce to tiie
. hair. They are the result of actual and long
! continncd eupcrimont. are proared with the nt
! nnt care. from the ry best material, and guar
' anteed vastly suiierior to an; thing known. Many
i Vermont gentliiuen, owners of hue borne", buy
tin in by the doen, nnd imic them free!. a
oeiiMco'H lie.., tin ir li.r- ari- al'-Mnsni i'ood
condition mn! i ,1111! , and remarkabh for tin ir
smooth, i.hirrig ciut. For sale by men banin
eirj while. 1.. I. lliilclirr it son, m VI
' bans", Vt., proprietors : Hunan, lt:nm ,V Co..
New York, Johu I'. Hi 111. i A 1 o., Vt atti Lun , Vt
vholesa.c aci ntn. "7-tf
Mh
Lotus, la- Soiivtmr. Ni;'ht . ,
Jaiittes Kxtra.ts, Madam li.,,. ... ,,'
...iiiiiu i. .inn i-enunies. r.inii .
TOV will also tind I'tl.H Vln
tv. Kcliick Si III, k Mr,. . IM..I
hie Cundrays, Aictu.-nir I i-,, , . ,
Oils, Bay Hun., Ac '
Kriislifs ;
Hair Biiisbis - il, .,.
town, from c u- ;.
Teeth Brushes,
Nail Brushi .
Lather llruhi.
Clothes Brasilia.
, Toilt't Artkies:
l ine and Bathm,' Si...n .
ruffBov-.,
Toflitl'oiider,
Cbou e Toili t N.:ii,.
( 'onibs.
i Hair Iicni'wci, ;
A fresh supply of limi; - , ,-, .ai i
jui reci ivi.1. Als...
Soldi at wholesale and n t n UOI,uiir
ISTVTIV1 WIIIII.lllll
1 artn le know ii that.ui, , n t IT 111 km
mi, I lll-Ulltl .!! Il i !
LArOUME & LANG'S PATEVTl
, jiuuuuiu UUM'TjIiES,
I iillllll ill .S I, .
A NEW CANDIDATE
l'or public favor is found in
IRVING'S CEDAR PLASTER,
A .STUOMJ ai)iii:si i: SAI.VI5,
1 For dressing and hi ahnrr all kinds of Cuts and
All IZfVI'lldl SlU'ilHI ! I Wounds. A iei er failing remedy for pain in the
I Back, Chest, Hide, alid Limbs; Bruises, Boils,
It was left for this dav and hour to realize the t'rncked HamN. Ague iu the Face, Coms, Ioeal
dream, and show iu one glorious fact the magic i Bhcumatic Bains, Ac, Ac. Cut and W.muds
that made it fair. " Horses and Cattle.
iiiuuiieii s r.xnress , s , ,..
. ....... ,., - oern i:tiiiii.-ii i. in.
J.UC siiruiu oi my iiiiiiuiuer s iiuuie, "wn .,i ..,l , i, ,
Ui,,,l wl.il.. l...lin.; la-t .VI..I..V ... i,.Ul-.,lv alUl I'lollOUllCCd t.1 be
cured iii one week after she commenced using! SilUnlK'itV illltl l'Ol'feCtioil (,'01llbillC(l. I "
your celebrated Mustang Liniment. it lm a stVaigbt needle, perpendicular action -illfl O-ll I"i.-il
LD.SKELY." makes the "Lock or hbnttlc Stitch," which will v-" x-.jlu-
GlntiecHti r. Mats., Aug. 1 18(15. N'LITHISK lllf nor 11A I.I., and is alike on both I
It n a. i rtilmttud fact that the Mexican Mub- aides; perforins perfect sewing on every descrip-
tang Lmiiiii hi i ....im-. inuiu cuies in shorter tion of mutcriul. from Leather to th. linct X..n-1
time, on man u.nl in im, Hi in am article ciev I aoolt Muslin, with cotton, linen, or silk thread, j
dmcoMud. l'.iiiiilui., lnui-iueii'uiid planters from the coarsest to the finest number. A JiSiji i ,
should ulwuvs have it on hand, tjiuck and Having neither CAM nm COG VVlll'.F.LS, and I
sure it e. it.unh i-. All u'ciiiiine is wianiicd in the li ast possible (riction, it runs uk smooth ;i-
steel-phtte eugi ,i iuls, Uaiiug the signature of , K'as, and is enii.haticallv
nproiem.
st profoi
'ound experts,
Tlicsc Famous .Remedies
Cannot stay the flight of jears, but they can
force back, and hold aloof,- diseases that might
triumph over thu aged and the young. I A t none
hesitate then, but seize the favorable opportuni
ty that offers. Wheu taken as prescribed
Where till fluster U iiiillril I'nln enn
tiot cvlit.
Sold b Merchant generally. L. I.. Ilnttli
irifc son, PriniricUirs; ixmas, Barnes A Co..
New York, John 1. ll nrv A Co., VVatcrburv. Yt
Svrin'.'i s.
Cork SelcU',
Tw. i . r.
Mi mid. i ih i -Support
i is,
Trusses,
Choice Chemicals:
Fluid Extract-,
liChlll'lldh,
(!.
DyoStiifl's. and all I'm. ,
MedleeUS.
A fn.ll smiply of purr l,i,.i ,ri I i t
purposes constantly mi li.ni
Store open on Sutidaj fn.n UV
for sale oj ni eessan un .li, im . i
rartuular attentioii iai.1 I l
lU'rs, and l'rescripttoni" . ir. ! ill
an ears'rienci il t heniit.
A share of patrouagr '-- . '
S. R. DAY,
.sr. .IiVkiih, VI., Julii ti.
wlioU-salc agents.
77-tf
FOR BILLIOUS DISORDERS
S03H2T1IINU KT!KKLY SEW
NolhiiiK
these i'illi
(I. W. Westbrook, Chemist, and the iirii'iieU. S. I
stamp of Ileum Humes V Co., over the top.
An effort bun lieeii made to counterfeit it with
a cheap stone plate l.ibel. ljooa closely.
MmuloK" ipiliiK Witt ir, sold by all Druu-
1 gists.
It is i most delightful Hair Drosuing.
It eradicates scurf and dandriitT.
It l.uep-i thu head cool and clean.
It inahos tho hnirricli, suit tiudcloasy,
It provwitshaii tunilnggrayamrfalliiujolT
It ittorort huiron lireiiialurely b.ild lioaqs.
Thtsis just what Ljxju'h Kathnirim will do. It
is pretty it is cheap dmnhlo. It is literally
sold by tlio car-load, and yet its almost includi
ble demand is daily increasing, until thvio is
hardly a country store that duos not keup it, or
a family that does not use it.
li. THOMAS LYON, Chemist, N. Y.
fe'iiriitogit .sulnK U liter, bold by.all Urug-giatii.
Vi:itv Good. A lull, raw-Lioneil
Yniikco vviiB riding n (limiiinti vo njicci
moil of tlio donkey tribe through the
muddy Kticotfi of Gotham; und the
nniiinil heinj very stubborn, .lontithiin
found it quito ditlicult to induce him
to ticceleraio liiH pneo.
Ho nurd tho jieihiuiaive eloquence
of it hickory fitiek, lionet or, mid ul
ouch blow ho would drnwl out, " Git
up, lJonypnit; gil up, I Buy !"
A little Frenchman, in paR8iii.
liouid, with rae, tho inline of his il
1 iRtiions countiymiMi nppli(l to the
ugly boiist.'iiiid eomnieiiced heaping h
volley of nlmso ou tho homl of the of
fending yaukee.
Sair," shouted tho Gaul, "vol foi
ou sail cull that ugly bon&t Niijioloon':
By gur, hair, 1 shall lmvo to griindi
wttisfiiction !"
Git up, Bouypaito 1" wah tho onl
r;t.JViliK4j.
".Sngro! luoiiHiour, ui' ! I Miy vol
for you call &st vugubono hoi se Nupo
JoonV"
"Gil up, Boiiypurl!"
Hero the Froniilimnu'h rum boilm1
over, and btanipini! Iiik fi et upon tin
pavement, ho Ruroiunuil :
" Oh, by gar, I bhnll hate zo grand.
Hatisfaction! I bhull have .a iei nge
1 havo ono lello hhnep dog ut niv
lionie; 1 go call hiin (iuillniime Wusli
iiigton, by gnr!"
triy-Tho St. Paul Press says tin
quality of the wheat in Minnesota thit
year is much inferior to that of formei
years. Tho grain is fihiuukcn. Tin
n'-erago yield per acre, it iu feared,
will fall below 15 busheis.
Who would not br. beautiful ' Who would nut
add to their beauty What git en that murUe
purity ami linJii.ytf apjivaraiice we obncrvc up
un the stage, and in tlio city belle? It is no
uniter a secret. Thov luu Hau.m'a 3Iasiuilia
llahu. Its continued use rumuies tan. freckles.
piiuplus and roughness from the face and hands,
and luaies the coinplujuon sinootli, transparent,
ulooioiog and ra visiting. Unlike many cosiuet
ics, it cuntams no material illiniums to the skin.
Auv Uruirwut will order it for on. if nut ul
hand, at aucts. ier Untie.
. i',. HAtlAN, Troy, N. Y., Chemist.
UJiJlASJIAJtXte&VU., tt'hutcsale AyU, X. i
riuiiiliign hpiliig Wulir, Holdbv all llnic-gibts.
NOISELESS KTACHINE !
It rt quires 1'11'i'Y l'Ult l KYI'. l.LSS l'tlWKlt
to Utile it than any other machine in tin- rial- ,
ket. A gill twelve years of nge can Hoik It
steailili, without fatigue or iiiiurv to health.
Its strength and VVOSUKUfTi, SlMPl.H ITi
of construction renders it almost impossible to'
got out of order, and is OUAltANTl'l'U by the !
company to give entire satisfaction.
We respectfully invite nil thoso whoniivde-
site to supply themselves with a superior article
to come ami examine tins unrivalled Machine.
One half hour's instruction in sufficient to en
ahle unj person to work this Machine to their
entire aatlsfactiou.
ltRLIuIOUS and CHA1UTA1ILE IN8T.TU
TIOXS trtfi ho UberaUy dealt uHtlt.
AnGKTS Wasteb fur all towns iu the United
Statea where, Agent arc not alreadv established.
jVlso, for Cuba, Mexion, Central ami South Amer
ica, to whom a liberal discount will be giv i n.
No consignments made at all. Address
Umpire Sewing Jlncliine Matifg Co.,
A. A C. 010 IIUOAinV.VY, .V. Y.
Principal Agencies established : Portland, Me,
Doeriug, Millikeu A Co.; Providence, It. I., J.M.
Wheeler; Norwich, Conn., E. W. Yarringtou.
KW-:iin
3UCEWHBAT,
can bo more productive of etin than '
Their almost mairic intlie n, i- w
felt at mice; and the usual coneomitantM uf thu
most distriHsmt; disease are removed. Thisr
remcdicf. are made from the purest
VEGETABLE OOKCPOUrrDS.
i They nil) not harm th" most dehctte fimah
' and can b" given with good (.fleet in pn ocllb. (
I doses to tho youngest babe.
AY
K b( ' lea (
( II 1,1 II llll Il
new stock ot
t.i aim. mi. re in the Ladies and
if i r u, Wlin i oiiiiti that our
tie rrr
' St. Altr.k
no'ir-.
I
LATIiST 1'ASIIIONS DICJIAND
J. W. BRADLEY'S GELEBRATED
Patent Duplex Elliptic
(Or Imuble Kpnng)
S K L n r.v .
GRAKAM FLOUR,
AND nomiNY.
Heimstrect's miimUblo Hair Colwlng is not a
lyo. Ail iubUiitauooiis dyes aio coaiiosul oi
n.ir citijfdc, and more or loss destroy thu vi
aiity uf the hair. This is tint ullgliial Hau
uiling. aud has bvuu groamg in-favor oici
inty)oais. It rcoUuus gray hair to its nngi
isl wwur by gradual ausoiptiuii, in a uiuat a
uaikabloiuaimw. It is also a hwutiful ban
iicwiiug. told m two si es-50 uuu bun
Ub ail dt.alt.ik. V. HLlJlal ..LU', Ujwuist.
iiiiiloB.i spring Watir,u.u by ail Hru-;nt.
rilHK Wondeiful I'li xibilitv and great comfort
I und pleasure to any LudyiMaring the Du
plex Klhptii' Skirl will be evpeneiiced paiticu
larly iu all crowded assemblies, operas, carria
ges, railroad cars, chiirih pews, arm chairs, for
promenade and house dress, as tlic skirt can be
foldi d when in use to occupy a small place as
easily and conveniently as a silk or muslin diess,
an invaluable iiiahtios in crinoline, nut found tn
any bangle Kpnng Skirt.
A Lady having enjoyed tho pleasure, comfort
and great eonvuuiunco of wearing tho Uup ex
LUiplic Steel tftiriug Skirt fur a single day, will
never afterwards willingly dispense with their
use. l'or Children, Hisses and Vuung Lathes
they are superior to all others.
Tncy will not bend or break liko tho Singlo
Spring, Lint will preserve their perfect and
graceful shape when three or four onliuary
skirts will have bent thrown aside as useless.
The Hoops are coined with double and twisted
thread, and the bottom rods are not only double
springs, but twice (or double) covered: 'prevent
ing thorn Iron Yfuariug out when draggiug down
atoopa. stairs, Ac
Tlio Duplox lJtiptiois agioat favorite with ail
inc. lauies ana is universally l-ocommenuud
Kathinn Magazines as tho Standard Skut o
raiuiouablo World.
by
the
l.lOk 6 KSTIUCT OF PUB JjUUI' A iim.-
ior iutietioa, Nausoa, HMrtburu, !lck
Ueadactw, cholera Morbus, Flatulency, Ac.,
vliore a wanung atimulaiit is required. Its
aretul pivparaliun and tutire purity makes it a
heap and reliable article fur culinary puruoMs.
;o.d every where, ct (W ceaU per bottle. Ask
or "Lyon's pur,, Lxtract. Take no oilier,
hurnlocu SiilnK Wiilt'i', aolil bv all Prug-
llradley's Ilunlcx Llliptio Hteel fjprings,"
the w aist band - none others are guiiumi .
To enjoy the iulloiring inestimablo adraatag-
os la Crinoline, viz.: superior quality, perfect
manufacture, stylish bhapo and tinioh, lloxibili
ty, durability, comfort and ucouoiny, enqulro for
J. W. liradky's Duplex llliiptio, or Double
spring bkirt, and bo suro you get the genuine
article.
l At'TlON' To guard against Imposition be
particular to notice that skirt ollertxl as "DU-
I'Li.X" havt tho red ink stamp, vu : "J, W.
upon
Aiau
iiulice thatewrv Hood will admit a nin lieiuu
pas.i d through the ouiitro, thus wealing the
two (or double) springs braided together there
i'i, which is tho bucrct of their iluiiuihty aud
struugth, aud a combination not to Isa found hi
anv otbur hkin.
sale ir, ull stores where l'irst Class skirts
i.H so.d throughout th I'uiUtt Mates and ulse
aIh re
Manufacturd by the Sole Owners of ihe Patent.
WES IS, BRADLEY & GARY.
'.17 l ImuiU'iB A 7Si)i si ltaadeHts., N. Y.
l:W 3ni.
HOJLli CUBED HAMS.
Cnll and oxninino our Stock before, purchasing
elsewhero. Highest market price paid fur coun
try produce
WEEKS A ItEYKOLDS,
Lake Street, St. Albans, April 12, 1860. 93-tf
J-cm overt.
CTVltK ban removed to South Main
residence.
St. Albans, Yt., May. 1SC6. feO-tf
I Ml. 8.8
IJ Street. Oillce at hii
milE UVDEllSIONED is Agent for the fullow
X nig Insurance Companiei:
Home Insurance Coi of JVciv York,
CAPITAL $2j000j000.
International Insuraiico Co.. Xcw York
Capital $300,000.
FARMERS MUTUAL FIRE IXSURAXGE
CO., MOXTPELIER, Vf., IX'SUJiES
1)VEI.,1X( UO USES AXD
OUT BUILDIXGS
The New York Accidental Insurance Oo.,
CAPITAL. $250,000
This cotunanv insures against accident iv aud
death resulting therefrom. Circulars furnished
gratia. Application may be made by lettor or
at my office over tho First National Hank, St.
Albans, Vt.
OS-tf E. A. BOWLER, Agant.
V(. Mutual Fire Insurance Co,
17UKE Insurance assessment for ltitifl must U
paid withuut dslay. Payment can be made
to Wm. llridgua, or to the Treasurer of the C oin-
HIPOltTAXT
THEIR
TO SOLDIERS
AND
WIDOWS.
Vv Ciiianuuiis Disonli'is
And all eniptioiis'of the akin, the HALVE is moat
invaluable. It does not lual externally alone,
but penetrates with tho most searching effects
to the very root of the evil!
and CliOCKEKY,
dr. mmm wm
lo vurliilily Cuio llir following l)leli.,t
Asthma,
Uowcl Complaints,
Coughs,
Colds,
Chest Diseases,
CottirenosB,
DyKpepsia,
Diarilioia,
Suq.asscs t-Nerytliini; of Uic kind, which has
ever been introduced into Northern Vermont.
The
WARRANTED SHOES I
Dro;
obUitv.
l'over and
Ague.
ivar-
any
Female Complaints,
iiwiuaeue,
Iudlgcatian,
lulluwi.a,
Iiillammatioii,
Inward woakucas,
Liver Complaint,
IiOwneiM of Spirits,
liiiigworm,
lllieumatism,
Halt lihctim,
Mealds,
Skin Diseases.
cur .Niitice. None geiiuina without the en
graved trade-marU around each lsit or Imix,
siguotl by Dli. J. MACSGIEL, 43 Fulton street,
New York, to counterfeit which ia fulony.
r.Ii- Sold by all retneetable Dealom in Imll.
linos throughout tho United states and Cnnadas j
ai so cuius per nox or iiot.
L. L. DUTC11EK & SONS, Agenti,
1'1-ly Bt, Albans, Vt,
IVIISSISCtXJOI
WOOLEN MILLS!
Eitosliiugli Falls, Vt.
a IHE UNDEHSIGNED having this day formed
. a copartnership under the stylo of
KENT A JSESSEY BROS.,
For tho manufacture of
WOOLEN GOODS,
Would vospeetfully inform the citizens of Frank
lio County and vicinity, that they vriU have
constantly on hand a largo supply of
Are tho only goods for 1 indies to buy. Wo
rant every lur and whenever they fail iu
res Dec t. we will tnrti von a new nair in exchange
With choice auifcxperieiiced workmen, wu are
introducing tho best class of
CUSTOM. WORK !
o
C. A- J. HARSH C CO ,
I'oi Ii'llll C olllllici, lilt t amir
tloll, tll.le Ulilllllll- .1 .W i' 1. '
partiui ills of llHik-Ki pmi-.i "
l oiiiiin ui.il l i'iiiputati.iii. i in.1
torv. linsint ss l'enaiaushiii U'
Wntiu,:, L I'tui" i, At ,
l'or I,niU(, same course if a '
copt ortory
Dook-keeuiDir alone, oik t.nn
mouths ), . . .
IVinimuuihip
Phonography, (short haiidwnlnii!)
Telegraphing ....
Telographing to full i-ourse stuUint'
Ornamental Penmanship ,
taki n at rcj-oin' n
(ti.1
r
!i
le ti
.ji'
i i
ir,l
Other studies! may be
rates.
Text Hooks, lllauka, Ac , for entire ci.ur'
alioiiL
Collect' .Tcnil iiiil, civiliK fall mf' !
will be sont by mail to all li" ri'u
)')
Ever noticed in tit. Albans.
vinccd of this
hit statement.
Try us, aud be oon-
GENTLEMEN'S AND BOY'S
BOOTS,
$1,000 ."RE WAP
For a medicine th.it i.l tin'
COUGHS,
INFLUENZA.
TICKU.NO in the TII1IOAT.
WTIOOWM' 1 "l
or relieve
roN-smiPTlVB coolie
i aa ipueK
Which in qualiiy
Our stock of
and price defy competition.
CROCKERY,
CL.i.S.s ll'.iy.',
CIIIXA,
and
TARLEVUTLERl'
as
i I
COB'S Mil ii.ll.si" !
OVER ONE MILLION BOTTLE
have been sold and not a singl
We nave, i"
sou 1 "
Heavy,
Light
and Fancy Cloths,
ALKO
ivau,
ty at ilontpwlor.
f Albati., ilth, 1
WSL IIIUIIOES, As
1U1I-1
rnuusK i.Ti3ituTi:ii auk imitmiv
X notiiled that I am agent to transact all busi
ness pertaining to pennons, bounties nnd back
pay. Claims of the above nature can bo pre
sented, and their Uowances obtained, by appyl
ingto WM. lllilllOEH.
fit. Alhans May lOtb. 18G6.
While ami Taney Check Flannel!;,
Which they will si II or exchange for wool at rea
sonable rates. And Wool l'rodueors, Cloth Deal
ers, and the public generally may relv upon se
curing as good cloth from us as can lie made in
this vicinity, and all contracts iu payment for
wool will be promptly and honestly fulflhed.
M. A. KENT,
., 1(. M. 11. HESSlh',
107-tt m. U. DESKEV.
Is now complete, and new patterns aro continu
ally arriving. Vo will give any thiiuj and every
thing in this line that will suit tho purchaser.
Coino anil seethe
BEST AND CHEAPEST
Asiortmcut or OHOCKIIIIV in Franklin
County. Corno and pricu our Goods, which we
will always show with pleasure. Call and save
25 por cent. Also, manufactured and sold at
Wholesale and Itetail,
DAUNUM'S
WATERPROOF Oil BLACKING.
The btst artlelo known for turning water and
preserving bootn. Morchants promptly supplied
on short notice.
Also a large Btook of
iOJELr GOODS
On hand, lg bo bold cheap for cash.
Ilomembcr the place, C. II. WIIEELEIt,
13S ly Main Btreetoppoe the Court House
failure is known.
any quantity of Certificates,
Eminent Physicians
- ...1 . u
who have used it iu their
i j It...- im a (oil
ii iiuv ii v e
hut
LOOSENS 1
bO as to enabh the patient to !' 1 '
Two or three doses
Will Invariably Cnre Tickh '' "'
. . .... ,,r5il VP
A half bottle has often cpmi "ritn " ',
molt Btabborn Cough, and yc, tbs
mro and xneotly in itsoP 'o It i- ,
harmless, Wing purely UW"1 dlnll,icM'
nerreablo to tho taste, and m.v
to children of any age. , ,
.. ..in iriiats"
! In cii.es of Croup i
Cllle, If tllKCII r
.VO FAMILY SHOULD HE VITI
O. 'l(AniCAt.,l
137-ly
FULLY WARRANT
' ... i farther n ,' ,i,i'i
ly, ill Ihe city. Vr loralU
Lake Street, iSt.'AlbM.s. Vt.. l
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