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Anecdote of Mr. Everett.
.V Contributor (o (lio Now Yorl:
Cstir.011 fiends lo Hint paper tlio follow
ing nnecdolo rotating to Mr. Kvcroll.
I will hrijin m.v Rtory by tolling you
thnt I oin very fond of an innocent
joke, nml by surmising Unit thcro nro
veity few member of tho hutnnn fnmi
lv who would bo willing "of u dark and
RtAVmy niglit" to walk three or four
miles, mottly up hill, to carry out a
practical one. This T havo dono, but
it is not of such iih theso that I intend
to writo now. Its scone is Boston, and
its subject tho Groat Organ.
Soon after tho uncovering of tho
monster instrument and Ub dedica
tion or inauguration, and whilo tho
'excitement consequent upon it was at
its height, I happened to bo in Boston,
and at tho suggestion of a bookseller
friend, visited the hall, or rather the
tickel-oflipo belonging thereto, armed
with a little picco of paper on which
'was written:
"Dear Sir; 13e kind enough to al
low tho buarcr, Mr. and friends,
to sec the great organ. Tho varo resi
dents of a sister city, and loavo for
homo this evening or early in tho
morning.
Vory truly, your frioud "
My "friends" mentioned hero wero
my wife, a gentle, retiring creature,
and a female acquaintance both very i
excellent company. Thoy saw me
present tho bit of paper to tho respoc
of human boauty nro presonlcd to our
viow and taken from ub, leaving tho
thousand strumas of our affections to
How back in an Alpine torront in our
hearts ?
We are horn fur a highor dosliny
than that of earth. Thcro is a realm
where tho rainbow never fades; whero
tho stars Will be spread out beforo un,
like the islands that slumber on the
ocean and where tho bountiful beings
which pass before us liko shadows,
will stay forever in our presence.
Fixed lVatvat. I romomber of
reading of a voting man, who, in tho
course of a few years, squandered a
largo estate. I (educed to absolute
want, ho ono day wandered out with
tho design of putting an end to his
lifo. IIo cntno to the brow of an emi
nence which overlooked the estates ho
had lost He set himself down,
Leonard, Hrninord & Co.,
DRUGGISTS
APOTHE CAR I E S j
ST. ALBANS, VT.,
Havo recently purchased unit offer fur etilo tit
the old stand of W'ead A Duren, n cliotco, col
lection of
Toilet nml Fancy Articles,
Purclmtett expressly for flu l,tmn anil Srw
Vrura, find comprising in part:
Ladle' and Oetitlcmens' Dressing Canes,
Choice French, English, and American Per
fnmerics and Pomades.
Vory elegant Imported Perfumery Roxca.
Cologne IMtles and Hlandu,
Parian, China and Metal l'nff Roxes.
Vory nice Hair. Nail, Teeth aim Clothes
Rrushea and Dusters,
Soaps,
Teeth Preparation,
Combs,
Cosmctiqurs, Ac, Ao.
They alHu oner for sale a largo stock uf
STATIONERY j
And Stationer's Arthlcs, inelulinc very nice
SOMBTIIINU KXTIUEIiY NBW !
"T7"L' bag loavo to announce to tho Ladles and
VV Uontlcmcn of Franklin County, that our
now stock of
HOOTS,
smons.
and CROCKRRY,
i i i i i i l
i moppeo ins in iiti, uiiu iciimui .ui , Frpncll Not(. pap.r and Envelope., at either
I sometime ill iixcd, deep thought, then ! wholesale or retail nml at low prices.
! suddenly epi nng up, and with a vo- A larfif H,,"-'k of
!hpmcnt' exulting emotion, whilo n DRUGS 8r CHEMICALS,
'glemn of hope ii radiated his dark eye, j
I exclaimed: "They shall bo mine'
I again." He had made his resolution1
land formed his plan. He now Impell
ed to exeeuto it. Tho result in duo
time was comploto success, with nn
addition of other property. There
was another, who, after long chrkness
and distress of mind, at length ex
claimed: "If there be a God in tho
universe, I will seek him, and (indium,
Warranted pure and cheap forth quality.
PATENT MEDICINESj
IIA1K
AND
RENEWK.RS.
'Vyandott Indian Remedy,
Dye Woods,
Dye Stuffs,
Family Djc Colors,
Pure Spices and Flavoring Extracts.
KI2IIOS12M2 OIL,
Of fine qualitv at lowest rates.
TEA AND COFFEE:
, i i riii,. ... i rom at onowe .v, i.o., cuineao tea Jior-
and devote myseif to him. lho man, i -i,-,.,.. t warranted ioivo tirnHon or
Surpasses everything of the kind, whloh has
erbeen introduced into Northorn Vermont.
Tho
WARRANTED SHOES!
Are tho only goods for Ladies to buy. W e war
rant etory pair nnd whenever they fail in any
respect, we will gie a a new pair in exchange.
With choice and experienced workmen, we aro
introducing the best class of
CUSTOM WORK
1MJ7, gives notice that
standing bills
VrOTICH.- Tho Union llauk of 8wftntoti Falls.
1 V t., whoso charter terminated January lllh
m tint iu tt ...III .
ii vt reueom ub out-
Hwotitoii U.. for ono year from January 12th,
1SG7, acreonble to tho following act, snltl Dank
having been oonvertod Into paid National Union
lianuorsswaiiioii, vt. N. A. LASULL,
,,,, . Cashier.
Swanlon Falls, January lllh, 1307.
An act relating to the redemption of Dank notes.
It It is hereby enncteO, Ac.
Sec. 1. After tho expiration of tho charter of
ny bank chartered by this Stato, or after tho
termination of tho oxistenco of any suoh bank,
agreeably to Hie laws of this State, snob bank
may cause notice to be published In all the week
ly newspapers of tho county whero such bank if
located, for one full year, setting forth that said
bank will redeem its outstanding bills the day
of the expiration of its charter or the date of
tho termination of its existence, and n copy of
this act. And upon due publication of such no
tlco. neither sucfi bank nor its officers shall bo
liable to any action fur tho iion-rcdempiinu for
any ot its outstanding bills, unless the same
shall havo been duly presented and payment
thereof demanded within tho year aforesaid, at
the banking house of said bank.
Sec. 2. After the expiration of the charter,
or after the termination of the existence of any
such bank, as aforesaid, such bank shall cease
to be subject to the operation, or liable to the
provisions of the sixty-third section of chapter
eighty-nine of the general statutes.
Sec. 3. This act shall take effect from its
Ever noticed in St. Albans.
lliccd of this statement.
Try us, and bo eon-
table middln-ncnd irnntlniiifin vvlinm I
f nrib in n !lm fwbnl nwiufie Tit, vn. as his life Droved ) is now in Heaven. I money refunded,
ceived it very gracious! v. and regret-. 0in success does not depend so much ' '-U'SLH, aiTpionTEng
ted that tho hour was so Into (it was, i 011 olir 1:l.vff Hold, as on our holding , SHOULDER DltACES,
in fact, too late, and I honostlv thovi'dit 011, Jt is not ho that sets out, and ! Prescriptions carefully prepared, ami physici
and said so, but thon my "friends" for 11 ,w''10 well, but ho that on
thought otherwise: that "tho diflicul-! o"Jt to the end that shall bo saved.
lv of WHnrr rlnwn i'hn Ko.rOM, liirhiiiifr ! We might OS Well Hot lay hold aS Hot
up," Ac,, was "really groat" I agreed 1,oK1 fllst- Indeed, it is bettor not to , .
with him, and turning to my wife, who ! vow. than to vow and not to pray. ! htylcs' drCCIl Mountain hCCHCl'V,
expressed iter disiipnointmont in a :
GENTLEMEN 4AND BOY'S BOOTS,
and price defy competition.
passaire .
Approved Nov. 19, lSCfi.
116-ly
i nus orders solicited.
I LKONARD, BRA LVI2RD A- CO
! St. Albans, Dec. 18C0, 130-tf
!
Csdy Tho size of cisterns. A cistern
Upnards of Tho Hundred
Thinking to divert her I turned to ' fclr dininotur wil hold a fraction S1LRL0SC0PIC ILYS!
tho goodnntured ticket-man and asked I vo f l'n;T0,s fop me f?ot ' dPl ; 1 I'm... u i.m, r v.r...o,.i,
him, in a very matter-of-fact way, if ,fu0 ('bn'T0 9 1' - . i ,b r V I Published and for .ale by tho snbscribor.-
thcro was any truth in tho rumor that r1 i Vo ! 1"1,u,5,' A" "" , 1 KTErv vermontor should havo eomo of thorn,
was current in the sheet, that Mr.!1" ,u"', lo ".U,H l.,UI '"Ul"
Everett was ffoiim to carrv the onran ' nmcu 19 VltQ n.mr8 m.zo ? .n
cj o , o
upon his back tlnough tho various
cities of tho Union, and grind it for
tho benefit of tho Sanitary Commis-
uinri 9 Tf ena n ciimln nnnciinii ntirl it
was asked chiollv to hasten tho exit of .Vot "ow many of us Havo Had to pay
my wife and friend from the neighbor-
fumilv ci-tern and ten feet in depth is
, as much as wo often find; the contents
1 of such u ono, according to our esti
mate, would bo 10 x 18180 bbls, nnd
how
for "three hundred barrel" cisterns of
smaller size.
Catalogue sont freo to any address.
a. r. STILUS,
10C-ly Burlington, Vt.
Q tl.YXI) YET.
AT cost:
O Xa O s3? X IKT C3r
l.F.SS THAN COST! .
c
:l o t pi 1 3sr g-
FAR BELOW COST 1
BOY'S SUITS FOR ONLY $3
ea- BBHOLD Tim pricfs -ca
0 V E R (10 A TS
MOSCOW BK.YYHR only tl5.
THK VURY BUST OF BBAVKlt onlv 23.
BHOWN, a men article, only $11.
BLACK, common, only tin.
DARK MIXUI), a good articlo, only, t7.
: And many others, too numerous to mention, at
prices one-third less than you could purchaso
mom last iuu.
hood, not in any spirit of levity or ic
onoclastic desiro to tear down the re
spect duo tho Grecian rats in yow
England. I own I was a little startl
ed at my temerity, and should have
led the hasty departure of my compa
ny had I not discovered a wrinkling
smile, which soon spread into a full
blown laugh, coming out over my
stately friend's dickey. This settled
tho question! Dropping tho little
window, thr iugh which ho had been !
poking out tickets for a concert to bo i Win: good time has come to buy cheap, and
: ii r ii -ill i ,i X for thirtv davs tlic groatvst bargains will bo
given tho following night, ho stepped offered. '
outside tho office, and, seizing my
hand, informed me, as well ns ho vr ' ir a j An
could between his smiles,, and with j Mcil S JICJl V OvCl'COlltS, $7
tears not lachrymose in his eves. that. '
whenever I should bo in Boston there-!
after, and thcro was anything rrointr
on in tho hall, thoro would always bo
a seat for mo. I thanked him and
loft. 1
About fivo weeks after, on my way
again to Boston, I was joined at
Provideneo by a literary friend from I
Now-port, who informed me that he 1
had been invited to moot a fow friends ,
at Mr. Evorett'H houso in Summer ,
street, and insisted that I should go
with him. Of course I objected, but
finally consented to go, with tho un
derstanding that 1 considered tho
thing improper, and that ho should
savo nio from any evil consequences
that might grow out of it.
Uu our arrival at Mr. Evoi ett s we
woro ushered into his library, whero I
wo found tho pnity already guthorcd.
Some wero engaged with books, and ;
others with pictures and memorabilia
rolating to tho rebellion. Tho great
ot ator and statesman was employed,'
at tho moment of our appearance, in
turning tho leaves of a portfolio that !
..I .1 ll 11 m . ... I
hvoou iu uie iuruier eua 01 tnc ltbrn-
I'V. fill fl KAfllA fimn ilninnl lwifii.n list
discovered cur presence His vvel-;
coino, howover, was very cordial, and i
on my remarking that I hositated I
most decidedly before I consented to
accompany my friend, ho urged me to
say nothing about it: ho was verv
happy to welcome mo to Boston ; that .n , . , , , , Ci ,
L'Ji i i , . Tho oldest and cheapest of any in St. Albans.
u was an unexpected pleasure, and. ' '
by the way, that joke of youra about
the organ was oscollont; 1 don't know !
how many times I have" I did not !
hoar tho rest; my face turned tothofiro,
whilo ray entire fucultics grow so un
comfortably small and weak, that I
lnnt'Arl nt.sfitwl n m
iwvu uiuuuu 1UI u B)lllUUU Ol SOlllO
othor thing, in which to hi lo my di
minished solf. Mr. Everett saw my
confusion, mitigated ray sufl'oriugs by
tho kindest expressions, aud 1 remain
ed the re6t of tho evening a careful
listenor.
I passed many hours iu Mr. Ever
ett 8 company uftcr that eventful ovcu
The subscriber bers leavo to inform tho citi
zens of this place and vicinity, that ho is thank
ful for the patronage they havo given him, and
wishes the continuanco of the same.
He keeps on hand a large and complete assort
ment of
"FASHIONABLE FURNITURE,"
I consisting in part of rich Sofas, Tetc-a-Tetos,
Lounges ; Easy, Rock, and Parlor Chairs, fin
ished in oil ; cano and wood scat Chairs of
every variety ; Centre, Card, Sido, and Ex
tension Tables; marblo-top CliamborSots
of black walnut, finished in oil ; Hair,
Husk, and LxceUior Matrasses;
l'eathors, VVhat-Nots, Hat Trooe,
Arc, Arc, Ac
Which in quality
Our stock of
OllOCKEIlY,
CLASS WAlli',
CIIIXA, and
TAliLE CUTLERY
Is now complote. and now patterns aro continu
ally arriving. Wo will give anything and every
thing in this line that will suft the purchaser.
Como and see tho
BEST AND CHEAPEST
Assortment or OB.OCKEIl'y in Franklin
County. Como and prico our Goods, which e
will always show with pleasure. Call and save
25 per cent. Also, manufactured and sold at
Wholesale and Retail,
HAIINTJM'S
WATERPROOF OIL BLACKING.
The host articlo known for turning water and
preserving boots. Merchants promptly supplied
on bhort notice.
Also a large stock of
GOODS
Ou hand, to bo sold cheap for cash.
Romomber the placo, C. II. WHEELER,
138-ly Main Strcof.'opposito the Court House.
f)
POLAND'S
MAttlC BILIOUS i'OWDEUS.
IIIS PREPARATION is tlio
discovery of the Itev. J. W.
and, formerly the pastor of
the Raptist Church in (lolTstouu,
N. H. and a man dearly beloved
by that denomination throughout
Now England. He was obliged
to leavo the pulpit and study
medicine to save his own life, anil
his Magic Powders are one of the nunt wonder
ful discovcucs of modern times. It i
The great Liver & Bilious Remedy
which completely throws in the shade all other
discoveries in medicine: and it affords him much
gratification that they receive the unanimous
approbation of all who have tested them. The
Magic Rilions Powders arc a
positive lure lor Liver Complaint,
in its most aggravated form, and an immediate
corrector of all
BILIOUS DEIlANGEIVIIiNTS !
Excellent for HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION,
I'lJll'l.l.S,
EvavcUci'ji' (fiuhlf.
t rmuiovr cnvrnAii a,m kiii.i.i van
V RAILROADS.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
Commencing Deo. 17th, 1H00.
T11A1.V8 UVINO SOUTH ASI' EAST
Ixiave HI. Albans at C.1G a. tn.. VI
m., 7:20 p. in.
Mail Train leaves Rouse's Point at l-.Tfla. m.,
receives passengers fiom Ogdunsburgh R. It.,
and connecting at White River Junction and Rel
lows Palls with trains fur Ronton, Worcester,
Springfield, and and with trains on PaHsumpsic
R. 11.. anives at New York at 10.-13 p. in.
BayEsprcss leaves Montreal at 8.30 a. ., St.
Jolms at 10:00 a. in.. Ogdensburgh at C.lj n m ,
Rouse's Point at 1(: tfi a. m.. for Ruston, Ac., ar
riving in Rostoc, via. Iiwell at 10:30 1. in.
NtBlit Exnress leaves Ogdensburuh at 11.00 a.
m., Montreal at .1:80 p. m., House's; Point at 5.15
p. m., St. Johns at 1:15 p. ni., arriving at Roston
at 8.10 a.m., eonnocling at Rellows Palls with
Cheshire Road for Roston and Worcester and
with Vermont Valley Railroad for Springfield, Ac.,
and arriving in NenVork at 12.80 p. in.
IBA1N8 OOINO NOUTH AND WMT
Leave St. Aldans nt COS a. tn., 2 20 p. m., G:10
p. ni.
Day Express h aves llostnn via. Iiwell 8.0J a,
Hi. for Riirhngtoti, tit. Ail -huh, and Montreal,
arriving at Montreal at 0:!)(1 p. in., and Ogdens
burgh at 2 a. in.
Mail Train leaves Roston via Lowell, at 7:00
a. m., via Lawrence and Fitchhurg it 7.80 a.m.,
Springfield at 7:15 a tn., for Darlington, St. Al
bans, and Ogdcnslmrgh.
Tho tram leaving Roston via. l'itchbiirgh at
7:90 a. m., and Springfield at 7,l i a. in., connect
at While River Junction with Day Express Train.
Night Expiess leaves Rellons Falls at 10.00 p,
liu, receiving passengers from Vermont Valley
Railroad, leaving New York at 12.13 p. m., and
from Cheshire Railroad, leaving Roston at 5:30
p. in., connecting at White Riur Junction with
tram leaving Roston at 5::t0 p. ni.. for Hurling
ton, Rouse's Point, Montreal and Ogdensburgii,
connecting vith Grand Trnnk Trams for the
West.
Slei ping ears are attached to both the night
Express trams running between ,st. Albans nnd
Roston, and St. Albans and Springfield.
Through tickets for Chicago and the West for
sale at the principal stations.
O. MERRILL, Snp.
St. Albans. Oct. 8 18C6.
jjrOUACK MVIMISTIIK,
Manufacturer and li, a, ,
Collins and Burial
In Wood , M,tll, r
v. r:U!.iUS t . i
Et Tl.VM) AMI It
VALLEY RAIL1K
On
t'UI.IXGT AM) VT.
ROAD.
nr rTi -ii i;c diTtmip unv r r. m ..wi . u ili"?
DROWSINESS, DIZZINEsh, IIEARTRURN, j will run as follows, viz :
PALPITATION, and a most wonderful j moving sortit ami east.
Cure and Preventive of I ever and Ague.
(Wo advise all who are troubled with this fear
ful malady to always keep the Powders on hand
ready for immediate use.)
Here are a few important particulars :
1st, They aro the groat specific of all Rilions
Affections.
2d, They are the only known remedy that will
cure Liver Complaint.
3d, They aro tho only known roracdy that will
cure Constipation.
4th, The I'owders are so thorough in their op
eration that one package will be all that the ma
jority of those using them v ill require to effect a
cure.
5th, riiey arc a mild and pleasant yet the most
offectual cathartic known.
6th, They arc the cheapest and best medicine
extant, as they can be sent by mail to any part
of tho globe for the price, 50 cents.
Circulars, containing certificates, information,
Ac, sent to any part of the world freo of charge.
SOLD RY ALL DRUGGIST, ot by mail on
application to
C. O. CXjAXUC & CO.,
General Agents, New Haven, Conn.
135-lv I'licc 00 Crnt per lio.
A full assortment of
COMMON FURNITUREj
BEDSTEADS AND TUCKER'S SPRING RED
Rottoms, Rureaus, Tables, Sinks, Ac; Arch
top, Fancy, and Plain Mirrors ; Roenood,
Gilt, and Rlack Walnut Mouldings, of
ovory variety of styles, for
PICTURE FRAMES
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, Ar.
LYON'S
-mm n i r nmin ven, ana -ew lors-ami witn boluvan llailioa,
V i ( ) ) I ( A I , I ) Kl ) PiS ' f,,r Windsor, Wlute River Junction, Wells River,
XjJAJ. J XJ I JiyiJ UJXKJL U . St. Johnsbury, Newport, Littleton, and the
Leave. llurlington at :30 a.m., 1:30, 1 ii A
9;15 p.m. Arrive at Rutland at 11:90 p. m.,4o0
8:50 p. in., A 12:15 a. in.
Leave Rutland at 4:00 a. m., 12:00 m.. 5 0.1
A 1:00 a. m. Arrive at Relluws Falls at 7:10 and
2:S0 p. in., and 8:15 A 3:20 a. m.
Leave Hallows Falls at 7.50 a. tn., 2:25 p. m.,
3:25 a m. Arrive at Rrattleboro' at 8.50 a. m.,
3:15 p. m., 4:10 a. in.
MOVIXO XOI1T1I AMI WEST.
Leavo Ilrattlebnro' at 10:15 a. m., 4:40 A 0:00 p.
m. Arne a.t Uellows Falls at 11:13 a. m., ami
4.40 and 0 55 p. m.
Leave Uellows Pal! at 5.20 12 .15 a. in., 5.45
and 10.00 p in. Arrne at Rutland at Hl-0ii u. in
H:M ji. in . t):00 p. ni. :ml U.:to a. m ,
Lea vi Rutland at R 00 n vt , :ii3 y m . and
and 1 .'W.a. m. .Vrrne at llurlington at 1) Y ,i
m.. 1 15 p. in., and 4:15 a. in
TI1VINS CONNECT A.s FOLLOWH :
Dl At Rnrhngtiin ith lio.tt on Lakt (. Imni
plain and Vermont Central and Vermnnt ami
Canada It.iilroads, for Montjwlicr, St. Albans,
House's Point, Montreal. Ogdensbnrgh, anil the
West. At Rutland with trains for Troy, Albmj
and New York, Saratoga Hprings, Sebcnecl.id",
and the West. At Bellows Valla with trains on
Cheshire Railroad for Fitcbbnrgb, Worcci-tcr,
Ixiwell, and Roston. With Vt. Vallcv Hailroad,
for llratllelioro', Springfield, Hartford, New Ha
ven, and New York -and with Snllivan Railroad
THE Gil EAT FEMALE REMEDY
FOR IRREGULARITIES !
GRAND OPENING
BR-ST GOODS
AT-
Breck & Wctliorbco'.
St. Albans, Vt.
H. LIVINGSTON.
March 18, 1S:04. 1-tf
FINE
CASSIMERE DRESS COATS,
WOOL, ONLY, tO.
TINE DRESS COATS, ONLY ti.
CHEAP COATS, ti to 110.
PANTS, ti to $10
RLACK DRESS COATS only tS.
RLACK DRESS COATS only 110.
RLACK DRESS COATS only $15.
RLACK DRESS COIITS only $18.
FANCY CASSIMERE COAT'S, all prices.
i Strangers in want of good clothing and
! very low prico should not fail to call at
ALL
STOVES AT COST III
AVING ju9t roturiied from market with a
largo assortment of
I
at
BLAISDELL'S
CLOTHING HOUSE!
st and cheapest of any in St .
Established ISoo.
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS only 03 cts.
GLOVES and MITTENS, 50 cts. to f-2.
OVEUSOOfcTOVKStobeaoId at cost for
the noxt 30 days, for cash only, at McGow-
STOVE STORE
100 Russian Muskets, 3 dollars each.
100 Tons Ilcst Dlnclismitli's Coal,
At $12 00 por Ion.
200 tons EGG. STOVE and CHESTNUT COAL,
at the lowest markot prices.
Russian Sap Pans,
Tin,
Hollow,
Japan, and
Prcssod Wares,
At prices lo suit tho buyer.
Ohoap, Chcap-
Albo, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Ac,
cr. Cheapest.
Remember, wo will not bo undersold, as our
great stock of goods must bo cleared off to
make loom for a mammoth stock of Spring goods.
And would ulso say to every ono, don't buy old
damaged Clothing when you can find tho best of
goods at less prices
I
ing, aud during tho last dnvs of his !
a lo 1. 1 1
mo uu rcuuerea me mien encourngu
ment and advice as cauLot bo recom
pensed, aud such as led mo to believe
that he thought no less of mo on ac
count ot my oxoellout joke.
CP REMEMBER THE TLACE-xi
Blaisdell's Clothing House,
O. O. KL.USDELL.
W. n. DLAISDEIL.
St. Album, Vt., Fob. 5th, 1667.
151-iw.
McGOWAN A CO.
FOR salt: cheap.
One Brick House, ono Wooden House, pno
Y&?au. and oha RIaIc!, Kil hn... . P Arl
this . Maiu Street, one-half mUo South of tho Court
llouo
that!
Bj-aimrDL. Tho finest thing
Biubop Hobor over wrolo, was
inimilaOlo passntro:
It caunot bo that earth is man's on-'1 7
ly abiding place. It cannot bo that! ,T, . , ?. Xot:l0- L
Juv life if bnbbto cast up by tho NiiS-i
uu oj ewvniiy 10 noai a moment upon , eoncjUNU" 10 e" my puce in st. Albans
its vravos, and sink into
uv-vtiiuKiiUD. , on me houtn Bjae or tno
A
ll I f n nl,.i .L 1 1. . I il ......a a . '
jiou wuy ia ll iuu Ulgll aim glorious ,,u" "" ' mr iiuniiitai place,
uom tlio temples of our hearts, aro, up from the sidewalk, while the others ar
P. S. Will pay cash for 10,000
DAIRY AND YEAL SKIITS
Wo boing agent for the largest Taneries in Ver
mont, New York and Boston. Prices always on
tho top round.
McGOWAN A CO.
Main Street, 1 door north 1st National Bank.
St. Albans Jan., 1667. 109
milE UNDERSIGNEdIs Agent for tho follow.
X ing Ineurauco Companies:
Home Insurance Co. of New York,
CAPITAL $2j000j000.
International Iusuranco Co., Now York
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
BROWN AND BLEACHED COTTONS
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Fancy Cassimcrcs,
Rroad Cloths,
Doeskins,
Tweeds,
Cloaks,
Shawls,
Cloakings,
Cloak Trimminge,
Yankee. Notions, Ac.
ALSO,
SUGARS
TEAS,
GOFFEE,
and
SPICES.
Please call and examine quality and prices.
110-tf BRECK A WETIIERBEE.
INSUn.VXCK.Tho undersigned will tako
risks for either of tho following first class
Insurance Companies:
Home Insurance
I havo tested these Drops in my ow u
practice, over ten years, and do not hesitate to
say, that nothing lias yet been developed by
medical research, that acts so powerfully, posi
tively, and harmlessly, in cases of fi'male irregu
larity', as does this medicine. In all recent cas
es it never fails, while thousands who have been
long sufferers, are indebted to it for the boon of
health to-day.
Although so powerful and positive, they are
perfectly harmless, and may be used at all times,
except when specially forbidden in the di
rections. They have brcnrstonelvoly employed by emi
nent physuiaiih in France and England, as wo.l
as in my nu practice, oir ton xears, and I
' have vet to hear of tin lirst instance of failure.
, I could give on ti'stmiouiiilH of their cfliraey
, from ladies all nur the northern and western
States, were tliev not in their untitle piiv.ite.
Over 100,000 bottles have been sold the past
year, and 1 hope and trust as many suftertrs
I been beuetited. 1 am well aware that a remedy
, so potent to remove all obstructions, may b
tised tor a bad purpose, but trust that where
I one bottle is thus used, ten may fall into tho
lianas oi really needy suilerers.
To all who suffer from any irregularity, pain
ful, difficult, excessive, offensive or obstructed
Menstruation, Lucorrhea, or the tram of diseas
es that fohow, 1 would say, try a bottle of Dr.
Lyon's French Periodical Drops. Being a Fluid
preparation, their action is more direct and posi
tive than any pills or powders. Explicit direc
tions, bearing my facsimile, acoompany each
bottle.
They may bo obtained of noarly every druggist
in tho country, or by oncloslng tlio price to
0. G. CLARK A CO., Now Haven, Ct., General
Agents for tho United States and Canada.
DR. JOHN R. LYON,
Practicing Physician, New Haven, Conn.
Price, SI 50 per nnttlr. 157-ly
White Mountains
Passengtrs for th" West will rind this a cheap, j an expoune. d cbi
pleasant, and expeditions route. ' A share ot patro:
l un i u ft.fci'B, anil all necessary information
enipiire at the Offices on tlio line.
1-tf. GEO. A. MERRILL Supt.
He will furnish Collin Trn m,n,
NAME-PLATES.
SHlKll'lis
mi I
and cvt rytliiug r. quired at hi,..,, , .
reasonable prices.
Funerals ntti n.l. d with hem ,
recently pun hasi 1 at Tin, S
will be found to Li ,iH elegant
the cities, t li.n s mil l, ,ll(
Apply to the HuLfcribf r at liw .
Main Street, or at his shop i
or at Ins residence on tin- i .
Themas Streets.
HOltVU u,
8t. Albans, July 12, 1HB.
MASK IM Ml
n.l lias just reei m .1 m. i
reiving New Good-. . f , , ,
meli
1 S PHUI.TMHHlKs
.V. the newstvles. S. , i n,
liOtUS, Lo Souvenir, Nn;h' i
Jaques Extracts, M.uUtn I
Luhin's, Jug Perfumi s, 1'.,-, ' ,
-7TJP will also tind 1.V vni .s
X ty. Schick SehieK. IL, ', i
ine CmidravM. ictinme I
Oils, Ray Bum. A. .
Id llshis :
Hau Rrushes tin I , t
town, from , , i ,
Ti eth Rrushes,
j Nail Brushes,
i Lather Rnishi".,
! t'lothi m Rrtisln
Toilet Articles;
! 1 me aud Batliin,- Si n
' Puff Boxes,
I Tmli t Powder.
Choice Toilet N,n-
Combs.
flair Iteiieiver.s:
A fresh snppiy of Km -
Just receivtd. A Is .
nrflfln kunnn tloit it i I I t 'I itiih.
... , . . . .I,,,,,
ao, CTinriBiii i , 11 ii,;ii I
XjZXJL UllJLUJLi fit iiXXJiO'S PATrim
( omtn HI Nui . :i !
S nnjes,
( oi k Screws,
'1 i I ,
ShouM i Hran -Supp
m : i -i,
l r'ipi -,
Clioire (.'liemicali :
Fluid K.trict.
Reinoiilh,
Oils,
Dye Stuff-, and all Im -
MedlCl IIS.
A full supply of pun Li . .
purpses cunrtaiill on La',
Store open on Nundav fr -i, i.
for sale of necessary m. 1, in. -
Particular atu ntion i.u i t I
lers, ami lTcsenutirini ,o .
I iiemi-i.
nag." l- -
S. 11. DAY,
fit. AllnDlf, VI.. Ju I'
1-
j-OItTHKUX H.VII.KO I.
WINTER AItIlAKQEMEHr-1 801-5.
On anil after Mordav. N,,
Trains will run as follow- :
14, 1H61, Passing. r
Dav Express
in., fm White Him r
t rw u.n 1 u i-.-s.
Tr..iu li.m Cnnconl a' '.i.:i.i a.
lulu lion. comicctiiiL- Willi
trains tor Mntj . In i liiiliin;toii, Itouc H Pomt
Montreal, .Vo.. nml w itli ( ,., iiHburgh ami (ji and
Tiunk Raihoadx I'orlli. ...
Ma.l 'Iihiii Ii.im- ( hi. ill at 10. to ii in . for
White liivei Jinn ti.m, i onin otmg with trim for
Wells Rivir, St. .loliiiLin v. Barton. NcvviKrt,
WiU'iimliLv ami Mii'o- I. u,. Statist, ad, Bath,
Lit tli ton. ami Lunco-t. r, hNo, with trains for
Muiitpolii r, lliuioiion.sl Albans, liou-e'sl'oiiit,
Jlontreb, tigd' iisLml,, and the Wei.;.
Rrii-tol '1 raoi 1, .iv ,.s Loncoril at 3.J0 p. in., for
Franklin anil Lin-tol.
Lvenmg Express Train leaves Concord at 8.15
in., lor White River Junction, coimeetiug with
rams lor Montoelior. lliirhn.'toii St A1In
Rouse's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgii, and the
M tJBl.
t nil i. ii i.iim nn
TI1H LIGHT OF Till-
DR. lYJAGGIEL'S
PILLS AXJ) SALALi
These Lifc-giting I'i'i' ' -jiublii'lty
t" tin wor!,' 1
eoiitiuy of private pi.n!'.
tin
r.jilt-jf i inp:
Or on arrival of trains from Rotitoii.Woreester,
'ortamouth. Portland, Ac.
BOWNWAnD TUAI.NB.
1 now
ktep
lorevor wauaerintr uueahclieti u'hv i in,0 Iour step. kuo" "erui mt for u
U il tW i i i i3 lo-kol"tetori. The lot is sixty odd
" that tbo riunbow Ulld clouds : foet in front, and one hundred and mty deep
como over us with a boauty Hint is wi,h 4 P1"- to the roar of the lot for teams
not of mil Hi nml il, ,., iv, i ' to pass, which makes the rear valuuble. Now.
noioi OttriU, ttiul tllutl pitss oil to loavo do not say that you cannot get a chance to do
MS to IUU80 oil their lovlllios'J. busimiw in til. Albans. The buildings are lu
Why is it that tho stars wbioh hold ' g001 rv.vV' u.d w,iiU n littIu C3tle"B, uld l
ifinii. fno(i....l i .i Vu,,u iylvwtij into bus ue puriMjses. Also, a good
ttion lostnal nrmuid the midiiijbt , we f water, and tho house lit with gag. Rn
throne, nro hot nlue the lm uhd of our 'UU1' "pportunlty. In cane of my abaenoe
liinitnrl f w.nl Uno r., i lima hume, yon can aiiplyto Dowev A Nuble.
Iim tod lacUltlOS, forovor inockllly Ub , t tbeh- .mici over I'arras Iron stofu, ur Judge
witu their uunppronoltablo ulory? undR- J- Rarlier, for price, taring, anil other par
fiPft'V. why i, it that tho bright forme , "SfSSU., b. , mi. ' W TO:
Company
OF NEW HAVEN ;
Capital Stock, 81,000,000.
Three-fourths of the profits divided among Policy
holder. International of New York.
CAPITAL, fl.000,000.
'Fire and Marine of Springfield.
Onpltnl StooJc, 8000,000.
COMMKKClToF ALBANY,
CAPXTAI, STOCK, $400,000.
FA
Capital $300,000.
RMERS MUTUAL t'lRE LXSURAXCE j Motr01)Olitail Of NOW YOl'll
CO., MOXTPELIER, VT., INSURES CanUal. fil.000.000.
DIVELLISO HOUSES AXD
OUT EUILDIXGS
OXLY.
The New York Accidental Insurance Oo.,
CAPITAL $250,000
This company insures against accidents and
death resulting therefrom. Otrculam furniuhod
gratia. Application may lie made by letter or
at my Qfllco over the Firut National Hank, St.
Albann, Vt.
E. A. BOWLES, Agint.
Cajnlal. $1,000,000.
Each of tho above amounts of Stock paid In.
M. RUCK, Aeent,
Oftlce over Weeks' store, Ht. Albam, Vt.
Nov. 1st, 18GG. H-tf.
CLAIM AODNT.
BoldieiB1 Rounties, Widows' and Invalids' Pon
tious, Arrears of Pay, aud Claims for Horses lost
or destroyed iu the military service, procured
by v, k. xvi:,
Late a Capt. of 10th Vt. Volunteers.
St. Albans, Vt., March 1S65. GO-tf.
LATEST FASHIONS DEMAND
J. W. BRADLEY'S CELEBRATED
Patent Duplex Elliptic
(Or Doublo Spring)
SKIRT.
THE Wonderful Flexibility and great comfort
and pleasure to any Lady wearing the Du
plex Elliptic Skirt will be experienced particu
larly in all crowded assemblies, operas, carria
ges, railroad cars, church pews, arm chairs, for
promonade and houso dress, as the skirt can bo
folded vvhon in uso to occupy a small place as
easily and conveniently as a silk or muslin dross,
an invaluable ijualitios in crinoline, not found in
any Single Spring Skirt.
A Lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort
and great convenience of wearing tho Duplex
Elliptic Steel Spring Skirt for a single day, will
never afterwards willingly dispense with their
use. For Children, Misses and Young Ladies
they are superior to all others.
Tuoy will not bend or break liko tho Single
Spring, but will preservo their perfect and
graceful shapo when thrco or four ordinary
Skirts will have been thrown aside as useloss.
Tho Hoops aro covered with double and twisted
thread, and tho bottom rods are not only double
springs, but twico (or double) covered: prevent
ing them from wearing out when draegiuR down
i stoops, stairs, Ac.
The Duplox Elliptic is a great favonto with all
tho ladles and is univorsally recommendod by
Fashion Magazines as tho Standard Skirt o: tho
Fashionable World.
To enjoy tho following inestimable advantag
eain Ciinolino, viz.: superior quality, perfect
manufacture, stylish shape and nnish, flexibili
ty, durability, comfort and economy, enquire for
J. W. Rradlcy's Duplox Elliptic, or Doublo
Spring Skirt, and bo sure you got the genuine
article.
CAUTION.-To guard against imposition be
particular to notice that skirts offered as "DU
PLEX" havo the red ink stamn. vi T w
I Rradloy's Duplex Elliptic Steel Springs," upon
ino waihiuaiui-none otiars are genuine. Also
notice that every Hoop will admit a pin boinir
passed through the centre, thus revealing the
iwo (or double) springs braided together thoro
in, which is the secret of their flexibility and
strength, and a combination not to be found in
anv other Skirt.
For Kale in all Stores where First Class skirts
are sold throughout the United states and obe
li hore.
Manufactured by the SuluOunorn of the Talent
WESTS, BRADLEY & GARY.
07 Chambers A TO A 81 lUde BU N Y
J30-3m. ' ' '
Morning Express Train leaves White Rivet
Junction for Concord at 1.15 a. m.. or on arrival
of train from Ogdensburgh and Montreal. On
Mondays at 0.2j inhtoad of 1.15.
Bristol Train leaves Bristol for Concord at 8
a.m., and Iranklin at 0.12 a. m.
Mail Train leaves W'hito River Junction for
I Concord at iy.15 p. m., or on arrival of trains
over the Vermont Central, Passumpsic, and
White Mountains Railroads.
Day Exprobs Train lcavos White River June-
tion at 4.58 p. m., or on arrival of trains from
1 Montreal and Ogdensburgii, Rrattleboro", Keene,
I Hollows Falls, Windsor, Ac., connecting at Con
j cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell
and Roston.
These trains connect at Concord with trains
I for Manchester, Lawrence. Portsmouth, Port
land, Nashua, Worcester, New York, Lowell, am'
isosion. U.NSLUW STEAHNS, AgOllt.
Concord, N. II., Nov. 10, 18r,l. l-tf.
JiumovQd.
1R- S.ri. OLARK has r
LJ Street. Office at his
St. Albans, Vt., Mav. 2,
All those New (Joods have conic
-AT
H;n 1 , nr.-. d v ,th 11).
niiHhi.in i- nui wiily t"
run. Tiny search' out t!.'
which the "patient is nui. i
rates the whole syrti in. 1 ' '
a few doses of these valu.ii 1 K 1
to be
A WCDV CnilHTUW nPVM T
For in every case they odd ! .
and restore the waning i-mih'i' ,t
state. To the young and inw
prove most invaluable, 1 ' "
sterling medicine. Hn- is n u' -that
Pone-de-Leon, sought f"1 '"'
years ago, and never fimnd ll
fountain that would n st"i
mako youth ever
An Eternal Spring!
Itwas left for this day and hur t..
dream, and show iu our gl"ri"
that made it fair.
1
Cfinimt Rtnv tlio thcht of vi arn. 1
forco back, and bold alooi, d
triumph ovorthe aged and tin
hesitato then, but seize tin r'" "
M lien laM n u y
BILLIOUS DISORDERS
r
WAXKER BROTHERS,
oosstmso or
300 Rhl's Flour-anv
pastry.
grado from superfine to
A full lino of Teas
at
of Teas Green, Japan and Oolong--pricos
to suit our Customers !
ty that offers
FOR
Nothing can be nrnn pr'n'1"" '
theso Pills. Thrir alnM-t nva--.
felt at onco; and the m-ual
mivnt iliAtrnHMlnr. disrahi' af' r II
remedies are made frm tin- l'ur' v
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
They will not harm the most di r
and can bo given with pood cOi t in l
doses to the youngost babi
Tor Cutaneous I)SoiU''j
Sugars of ovory quality, lu any quantity Mo
lasses, poor and llrst class; Syrups of
tho best quality only.
Fi6h of any kind wished among tlio foliouing
Salmon, Trout, Mackrel , Cod, Whlto aud
Rluo Fish,
Tobacco anything yon ask for from a Cabbage
leaf to tho pnro Virginia Plug.
Spices, Starch, Rrooms, Saleratus, Salt.
Vermont Pork of our own packing and pnro
Lard, Coft'co, Raisins, Patent Yeast,
Cider Vinogar.
And all eruptionspf the slin.tii'
invaluable. It does not heal h
but penetrates with tho m;'8t ir
to tho very root or tno evu
1)11. MAIllili'S P
1.,-i.rliilil v cure llir .'
- - -rf
Asthma,
Rowol Complaints,
CoucIih,
Colds,
Chest Diseases,
Costivenoes,
DyspepsUi
uu
Jiarrha'a,
Drops,,
1)CDU"J
l'l VII
an
N. Y. Kerosone tho bost-lou.
Pails ami Woodon Ware,
and Oats.
by the barrel or gal-
Soaps, Candles, Corn
removad to Snniii tn;
his rasnlsuee.
woo. 89-tf
Our goods aro mjt cheaper, but as good as any
in this market oltViXl U) Hie wholesale trade.
101-;
Femalo Camplainls,
Headache,
Indignation,
Influenza,
Inflammation,
Inward wakneM.
iaverComplt int.
Eovvncssothr1""'
HiiiKWorui,
l(ri.-uuia'"
Halt IU" "
ULm IMS'"-
...lluillt I'"
....... v m.tiuiue i",MV:
I .lllivr. .uin I-- i, ,Kn
graved trado-iuark arou m i. , ,n"
siinied by DR.J. MAOO LL. "Urny
New York, tocounteiTelt w lcti ,n Ji-
Kol.l bvull rcspcrtal l'.'.r'dl.' '
rniloiri.1"--
..!..., .l.txrliillt till.
U11IVO (..'- ' ,
Bi25DirUoK.
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