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I'rl.IiiJ', April tUl, 18(17.
i Nnws. Our Mends In tlir several low lis
'i'l nn.'l ftj"'""1"' ',',",tlt'', IH "JrT ix
" hvor ly fending " Iu'm,t ,,r locnl ,,UWH
miv come under their observation. Con.
,r' olmitM. 1" 1,11 CMC8 BVU l,lulr "!""t
' , .s.irilv for publication, but as a gunraii
L7.il fit'l. N'" matter almt tho form or
"' , mtrilmll(mi givo us tho "subject mat
'".mlwcwill I'H'tl,,t0 ",",w'
lMlDUTiXT TO ADVKHTISnllS. Tho TnANSOUIlT
l ml.lo tho circulation In St. Albans of
M ' I., ll... Mtnln. III. rlriMiliitlim
njiicr I'riiiii" -
t.piJly mcreasiiiK throughout Franklin and
Uullcr took a downward stride on
Tiiesilny- Tho highest prico paid was
twenty 'S1'1 cciits; tho greater por
w, however, tlutt was brought in
told for from twmty-iivo to twcnly
or Sr. Ammns. Tins Histo
rj, which we doubt not has been read
,ith much interest by many of our
r-'iulrrs, is completed in thia issuo of
d TiiANscmiT. The writer would
me undoubtedly made some nddi
t. us. especially to tho biographical
,1,'ttUs. had his eyesight not failed
k j The last portions of tho History,
w .. vr tp written with the extrem
es! liffirulty, and ofton, perhaps, has
t;it ,n fear of tho sad event that has
Senators, Morrill and Poland,
have our thanks for "Pub.
On the ICth of April, patents were
osniil to tho following Vormontors:
D,wv Philips, of Shaftsbury, and Win.
U i. of West Arlington, for improved
c .D xl of securing heads in seamless
.s, 1). N. Lauinpum, of ltutland,
' impnp'l concrete pavement; E.
v U,.k.iH and John Straw, of Stowo,
' nr"ed mop squeezer. Ante
., 1 Man-n 11, 1807.
Mr Henry Green has bought of
5Ir ('lurlcs S. Colburu his house, lot
i t Itaeksmith shop and tools and
it n ,uly gotten ready for tho dos-
pMi i if business.
Mr Charles S. Colburn has pur-t'-'l
auJ become tho occupant of
i i apt Gates Farm", so called, in
South-eastern part of St. Albans.
F f tho purchaso of tho lato own
c Mr Nelson Vernall was $G,500,
includes over a hundred acres
'ml nnd some stock and farming
11 ssrs. Brooks .fc Evarts, who i c
' i -lrehased Mr. A. It. Houghton's
' ' r t, msc, on Lake street, arc do
ummeil to keep up tho reputation of
-itiii'.ishmcut in overy respect.
' ..jMi-rhfor sale by tho quart
Rul n mul, in addition, various
! f fruit Tliey are both young
u t, uii 1 ! . rve success.
M lump llistori, the colobratod
lii? .henno, and her troop of between
t- ai.l forty members, on their
v ti Montreal, arrived in St. Albans
on Sunday morning and remained at
MYoldon house until Monday morn
S Adelnulo Kistoro del Grillo, as
tkengns her name, was tho observed
elallobservere during her short stay
"St, Albaus..She is a remarkably in
digent looking woman, though by no
QW8 what is commonly called hand
Mae. She was plaiuly attired, and boro
'Peasant and modest address, such as
'Monies eo colebrated nnd gifted an
Wress. She commenced an cngago-
j 101 tlireo mghts atjfontreal. Hon-
Mr. It. u K,:n. ...i. r..
I -..i.tiiilj, UIIU, JU1 OUU1U
m, has had charge of Mr. A. P.
-m i holograph Gallery in St. Al-s-
lias puichased l4io samo and will
" "uo tho business in all its bran
ds heretofore. Mr. Smith is n
jfonra6r and can hardly fail to
1 j J share of picture taking in this
I ( ""Mum meeting on Alou
ttctci ffllowinS goutlomon woro
'ear n ,' Albans' for lUo Cliai8
Ir,. ,"Uiltl A'aul, John C. Parrar,
Ifrfi oowlcs, J. Frothingham
I luowan. IT xt i, t
nMVm. N. Smith. . "
I He an i vestrymen over,
j. D11al renting of pows took place
.-- uro assessed twonty-fivo
Sk, , 8her lhm lnst ycar not
tut,T I" 8' tllQ 1ow llol'lorB. ai
lof'.i lleiro,a llcws- Thosnlar
' ' ; o rector, ltov. J. Ishnm Bliss.
""'raisn.i ...... .. '
Ij. i . ,UU1 l"o greatest uuaniim-
lNrJ , n hlUMlrcd dollars-two
i. ,tl1 Hollars mntn l,n i.
H, t ' Vcrnont Conforonco of tho
Utof i 1? closei1 a very ploasant
T4v Ke88ion ftt Nowbury on
oaof T'niuo'f this week. Tho
Us it., r. uu O'nmissiouers in loeat-
ton wn.011 x'"co Sc"ry atMont-
Iossrs. Swoatlnnd & Smith have
purchased of Mr. Win. H. Hurlbut tho
American Houso at Itichford, paying
for tho samo tho sum of $7,500. Mr.
Hurlbut has kept n tip-top hotel as
tho ninny who havo stopped thoro can
testify, and his retirement will bo
much regretted. Tho present owners,
wo doubt not, will do all in their pow
er to keep up tho reputation of tho
House. Wo learn that Mr. H. pro
poses to remain in Itichford, having
purchased a residence there. Tho
well known proprietor of tho Union
House, Mr. Albert Clement, inlonds
building a now and spacious "ball
room," to accommodate tho Humorous
parties that palronizo his house.
Itichford, certainly, can boaBt of ex
cellent hotol accommodations.
Austin H. Hall, formerly adjutant
of tho 3d Yt, regiment, has been ap
pointed insiO!tor in tho custom houso
Franklin County Court.
April Trriu. lOT.
Tho jury in tho caso of Bossoy vs.
Bessoy's Estate brought in a verdict of
$175 for plaintiff.
Monday, April 22.
7btni of Ifighgale vs. F. X. JoJmson
and I. S. Jrnnhon. This is an action
whereby tho plaintiff seeks to recover
money, paid to defendants, for tho 1
purposo of procuring recruits, while
thoy were selectmen of the town
thoy not paying recruits tho samo sum
allowed them by the town. Messrs.
Johnson and Jennison claim thoy
agreed to procure recruits, at a fixed
sum, and thoy were so procured by
them ns individuals and not in their
enpasoty as selectmen. Verdict for tho
plaintiff. Edson & ltnnd, and Dewey
& Noble for plaintiff; Bailey it Davis,
and H. S. ltoyco for defendant.
Tuts day, April 23.
Stale vs. Sjwoncr Jfulme and llodol-
phus Jlulincs. Assault and battery up-,
1 . 4. , Tr. , : ,
on Charlos Barrett, of Highgato. I
., r . ' . . .
jjnncy iv jjavis, ana w. v. w uson lor
State; II. It. Beardsley & II. S. ltoyco
. . . I
J-llia .ilU lUiO 1U11 IU lllCJIil,) LilID
(Thursday) morning but at the timo
we go to press no verdict has been
A Frenchman, named Gravel, died j
in Bristol rccontly, aged ono hundred j
antl live years.
Tho Post Ofiico at Larabec's Point
in Shorcham, has been discontinued
by order of tho War Department
At the lato special session of tho
Legislature, an act was passed incor
porating tho "Bonnington Gas Com
ri r-n,.n,. iinr,,! 'r,rnnn I
. ' . , .
A second robbery was committed in
Burlington Friday night. Frederick
Smith's Uour-storo, Z. Clark's tobacco
store and L. A. Edsell's commission
storo were broken into. Tho latter
lost about $1,000 in watches, jewelry
and clothing. Mr. Smith lost nothing
and Mr. Clark only about $10,00.
Tho robbers aro still at largo, but it
is to bo hoped they will bo captured.
Snnday evening tho houso of Chas.
II. Potter, of Williston, (the Griswold
place) was entered, nnd a small desk
taken belonging to Mr. Ephraim Gris
wold, which contained $1,000 in U. S.
gold bearing bonds, $150 in currency,
and a lady's gold watch aud chain.
Tho desk was found Monday about 30
ikJg from tho houso, broken open and
its contents missing.
A barn bolongiug to Patrick Mc
Manus, of Underbill, was burned about
5 A. 31. on tho 19th, with 18 head of
cattle two yoko of valuablo oxen
among thorn ten tons of hay, some
farm tools, &a, little or nothing bo-
nig" saved. Loss flbUU; msurnnco
$800 in tho Vermont Mutual.
A now organ, built by Mr. A. John
son, of Wcstficld, Mass., and costing
$1,060, has been put up in St. Paul's
(Episcopal) church Burlington.
Whilo a child of Mrs. Lackard, of
Jericho, about'eight years of age, was
standing by tho stove, her clothes
caught tiro. Sho at onco rau into tho
street, and beforo any ono could assist
her, sho was so badly burned that af
ter lingering uutil Tuesday afternoon,
Cyrus Morrill, of Derby, has mado
from 850 trees, 1-150 pounds of sugar,
and has sap enough on hand to mako
it up to 1800 lbs.
Tho Nowport Express furnishes us
tho following items:
Ono day last week, a young man by
tho uamoof Clark, engaged a horso
and wagon of Abraham Benjamin, of
Salem, as ho said, to go to Irasburgh
to attend his sistor's funeral. Not ro
turning as soon as oxpected, suspicion
was aroused, and search was made for
tho missing team. It was found that
his sister was well, but that hp had
been at Irasburgh, and was traced to
Staustcad and several other placos,
and at last to Charleston, whoro ho
offered tho team for sale. At Inst ac
counts, howovcr, ho had not been
reached or tho team recovered.
A barn belonging to P. Flanagan, in
Albany, was burned hist Friday after
noon, together with threo cows, ono
calf, one horse, a wagon, sleigh, har
ness and farming tools Thoio wan
but a small insurance on tho property.
M. Y. Jiarnoy, for many years a suc
cessful nnd popular tenchor in this
county, is now located at La Crosso,
John Riley, Samuel Thurbcr, and
William Thompson, committed by n
justice of Corinth to remain till thoy
pay a lino imposed for stealing, and
John Itian, brought from Woodstock
after tho burning 0f tho jail there, suc
ceeded in breaking out of the Orango
County jail, at Chelsea, on tho night
of the 13th.
E. G. Lougee, of North Tunbridgo,
has a Durham heifer which rccontly
had a white calf weighing ono hundred
and sixtcon pounds.
The Bradford Opinion tolls tho fol
lowing: Mr. William llogcrs, of West Tops
ham, informs us that ho bad mm mv
sheop which brought and raised eight
Junius in twenty-two months, and ono
sheep 13 years old which had raiBod
him lib lambs. He has also ono sheen
which brought one lamb in Jan. 18G0,
another in June, and a third in March.
.1807 This spring twelve of his sheep
tnouglit linn '2l lambs, llo wants to
know if that can bo beat. Wo aro not
much of a "shecpist," and porhaps our
opinion on this subject would not bo
worth much, but wo can inform him
that it boats anvthing wo have heard
Henry Haywood, of North Claren
don, has rccontly purchased a $20,000
farm in ltutland.
Messrs. Howard k Hale, of Rutland,
recently purchased of Clinuncoy Cap
ron, of Braudon, a fat cow, whoso live
weight was 1435 pounds, aud dressed
wnlfrhf. wna 10.19 nminrla Onn Inm.
, . , rf, . , . , . .
dred and fifty-eight pounds of tallow
wcro taken from tho carcass.
Josoph Dulphy, an old rcsidont of
ltutland, died suddenly of heart dis-
ease on Sunday morning.
Monlpelior now boasts of an excel
lent brass band.
Hon. E. D. Putnam has been ap
pointed Postmaster at Cabot, in place
of Hon. Geo. H. Paine, resigned.
AV flvrn vvri'Tinv nitlint' rf lnflt
or mindi 1)rotiuccs debility and disease.
jTho usual lemedy is to take some
j stimulant, the effect of which is the
i same as giving a tired horso the whip
instead of oats. The true way is to
fortify the system with a permanent
tonic like tho Peruvian Syrup (a pro
toxido of iron), which gives strouglh
and vigor to the wholo system.
car ioss ot iceiu is a great misior-
tunc, and many good teeth aro pulled
because of ague in tho tooth and jaws,
I which might bo cured and tho tooth
, saved, by using Iteimo's Magic Oil.
This article is good to uso when brush
ing and cloaning tho teoth, and keeps
the gums healthy.
Sold in St. Albans by Weeks k ltoy-
To tho statement of tho memorialists embodied
in tho late message of hi Excellency, Gover
nor Dillingham, to the Legislature of Vermont,
as to tho rates charged for freight and lan
sengem bv tho Nun York and ermont lUil
roada, Inmig a comparative) statement for va
rious distances on the Connecticut .t l'assum
nic, Vermont Central, Hutland A iiurliugton,
ltcnssolaer & Saratoga, and Troy A. Boston
As his Excellency tho Governor, in his mes
sage, stated to the legislature, at its lato extra
session that the ltcnxsclacr .V Saratoga and Troy
and Hoston itailroads were charging much high
er rates for freight and passengers than tho
Vermont Itoads, this comparison of prices, mado
from the printed tariff rates of tho several com
panies, show u that the facts havo been grossly
The rate charged by tho' llensselear it Sara
toga and Troy A Hoston Itoads have not been
changed witliin tho last two years, with tho ex
ception of tho rates between Troy and llutland
which were reduced to a very low and ruinous
point during the severe competition between the
It.. VS. andT. A II. Itoads, for alont eight
months In 105-C. When this competition coaml
the old rates were restored. It will be seen that
the rates charged by tho ltcnsselaor A Saratoga
and Troy A Hoston aro much tho lowest, and
those of tho Vt. Central aro tho highest.
Tho rates of the Troy A Hoston and Hcnsselaer
A Saratoga Itoads cannot ho given for 100 miles,
as their distance from ltutland to Troy is but
ST. miles. H.S.JlAliCV,
General Freight Agent, Hens. A Sar. It. It. Co.
Hates chargeilhij the (nneeticit it; Vasumptio
Uhcr Jtaitroail.from White Jitter
An given in their Freight Tariff which took ef
fect l'ebiuary 1st, 18C7.
.! . ?' a -B
Fairlee, 22 m's,
Wells ltivcr, 10 "
St.Jolmsbury fit "
Westllurko 77 "
Hartou lnd'g UU "
Hate charmtl b the 1'miionl Ceiifrn! Hail Hoad
Jrom 'While Jtltrr Junvtton.
As given in their 1'ioight Tariff which took ef
fect May 1st, 18C6.
22 20 23J
20 21 30
33 2a ail
!20 m's, 20
US " 28
C3 " 37
81 " 45
100 " 67
Hate charged by the Hutland i- Hurliitytoit Hail
Jtvad. fivrii JleUoic i'titlt.
As given in their Freight Tariff which took ft,
feet January 1st, 1807.
i s a s
ri CI O - 0
(UssettB 19 m's, 21 IS 11 11 l .a
E. Walingford 40 " 32 20 20 18 10 'ti 2-5 173
Hutiriuii.VF'fe 50 " 4'J 30 SI 19 17 25 4-5 215
Halisbury 811 " 45 31 i 22 20 29 2-5 8.15
Vergeuues V) " 51 40 32 21 20 33 2-3 115
gml I'l Mc .MiMier J; Saratoga
MUmtl't, Viofn .I16KH..
As flvi'ii in (hoir l'rulL'ht Tnrift" which took ef
fect l'ubniary lOtfi, 1807.
Unlet chnrg'tl I
c & i
S id 70
l.i int i ir,
n in ui5
in 22 nto
m 28( :io5
Mcchaiilpvillo 18 m'n, VX H
Haratofja OH " 2K in
Smith's lliiBili 03 " 21 'J'l
Wliall I.nku ?J " 2d ii
llutlaml 101 " as sa
Jltilvr otiwgctl bu TVoj il Jtorlim .t Itrnuritur it
nanuoon uau Jioaw, jrvm innj cm,
As Rlvrn in thoir Tariff 1ilcli took i-ITi-ct Febru
ary lUtll, 1S07.
41 mV, 2i
k, " a .l
20 ii-G 175
21 1-0 2S5
2.1 5-0 .150
Hate chargiil by Troy At UnMou Hail lload,
f.om Titty to ittattOit on - W'pslern
lm.im.f Unit l!nn,l
A Kiren in Taria" whldi took rffect April 1st,
10 m's, 22 17 1.1) 11) 10 100
61) " 32 01 17 15 221 250
83 " 10 28 171 15 2J 330
d : i
17 15 10
23 22 2-5 Kit 20 G-fi 10
:) 2,14-CHI 21 1-0 22J
X 20 2-C2-2 25 5-C25J
15i 3J 2-5 284
20 milen 15J
II) miles 21 j
m lullcH )zn
80 miles S3
100 miles 3.
C-.' K te K
cJ -i H t
d d ti ' h
85 85 75 70
100 155 175 1W 175 ICtI
215 250 21 215 23o 250
.110 825 335 310 350" 3.10
370 1U0 115 3(55
Ilml lln nili is often one of the attendants
of a disordered stomach, and may bo speedily
obviated bv the lisenf Cue's Dvsno; eia Cure. Hv
removing the caue the effect is romovod. Our
iltuggtsts all sell it.
At Highgate, on Tuesday evening, April ICth
1807, Henry Stinehour Esq., in tho SOtli year of
ERRORS OF YOUTH
A Gentleman who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, l'retnaturo Decay, anil all ef
fects of youthful indiscretion, will, for tho sake
or suffering humanity, send free to all who
need it, tho receipe and directions for making
tho slmplo remedy by which ho was cured.
Sufferers wishing to profit by tho advertiser's
experience, can do so bv addressing
JOHN U. OGDEN,
No. 13 Chambers St.. New York.
A CAST) TO INVALIDS.
A Clergyman, while residing in South America
as a missionary, discovered a safe and simple
remedy for the Curo of Nervous Weakness, Ear
ly Decay, Diseases of tlui Urinary and Seminal
Ortrans! and the whole train of disorders brounht
on by baneful and vleloits halrltM, (Jrcnt imm
bcra have been already euied by this noble reme
dy. Prompted by a desire to iienetit tho alllict-
ou ami innominate, i wiiibomi tlio reeeipo mr
niensriiiir and nsiiin this medicine, in a sealed
envelope, to any ono who needs it, freo of
l'lease tnejoso a post-paid envelope, aiiuresseo
to vourself. Address,
' 123-Iy JOSEPH T. IN.MAN,
Station D, Hible House, New Yolk City.
STRANGE, BUT TRUE.
Every yoang lady and gentleman in the
United States call hoar something very much to
their advantage, by return mail, (free of charge)
by addressing the undersigned. Those having
fears of being humbuggud will oblige by not
noticing this card. All others will please ad
dress their obedient servant,
THUS. F. CHAPMAN,
b31 Hroadway, New l"ork.
A Physiological Yicvr of Marriage,
THE CJlEAPEffT HOOK EYEll l'Vll
Containing neurly tliteo liiimlrrtl mgCM
And 130 line plates and cngrawngs of the
Anatomy of tho Human Organs in state of Health
and Disease with a treatise on Early errors, its
deplorable Consequences upon the .Mind and
Hody, with the Author's Plan of Treatment tlio
only rational and successful modo of Cure, as
shown bj tho report of cases treated. A truthful
adviser to the married aud those contemplating
marriago, who entertain doubts of their physical
condition. Sent freo of postage to any address
on receipt of 25 cents in stamps or postal cur
rency, by addressing Dlt. LA CllOlX, No. 31
Maiden Lain, Albany, N. Y The author may bo
consulted upon any of tho diseaf cs ujioii which
tho book treats, cither personally or by mail.
Medicines sent to any part of tho world. 102-0m
TAXTHO, AtiKNTSI-LadieB or Clentle-
men, in all parts of tho State, to sell Jtus-
sell's beautirul steel engraving entitled 'li.uiKor
l!trrm.Ein:si." Liberal terms and oxchisivo ter
ritory will bo given. Witli this splendid engrav
ing an active canvasser can make money. For
particulars address J. W. SIMONDS,
102-3iv. Ilurlingtoii, Yt.
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS.
rpiIE following descriWd propn'ty was seized
J. by Officers of tho Customs for violation of
the Itevenue Laws oftho Unittd States, viz:
At Highgate, March 4th, 1807, 1 k.g Whiskey.
March 31st, 1 Horse, 1 Harness.
At North Hero, March 8lh, ISO", 1 Maro, 1
Harnoss, 1 Sleigh. Marcli 9th, 1 case of llraudy.
03 lbs. Tobacco, 80J lbs. Tea Mareh 20th, 1
At St. Albans, March 1st, 1807, 1 lot of Sewing
Machine Fixtures. Marcli 21st, 3 legs Wilis
kev, 1 keg and 1 jug Whiskey. March 30th, 2
Humes, 2 Harnesses, 1 Wagon, 8 kegs WhUkey,
3 kegs Gin, 0 lbs. Tobacco.
At ltichrord, April 1st, 1807, 1 Cow, 1 Hog, 1
Cooking Stove, 1 set Crockery.
At Snauton, April 5th, 5 gal's Whiskey.
Any person or pirsons claiming tho above de
scribed property ate h reby notiliod to appear
within tweutv ('lit vh from tho date hcreot, and
tlio witli the Collector of tho Customs, for tlio
District of Vermont, a claim, stating his or their
interest in tho property so seized, also to exe
euto a bond to the United States, conditioned
that in case of the condemnation of tho property
as seized tho obligors will pay all tho costs and
expense of tlio proceedings to obtain condemna
tion. Otherwise I shall proceed to advertise
and sell said proporty avoiding to law in such
cases made and provided.
UFO. J. STANNAHD,
Collector of Customs,
Custom House. Dislrii t of Vermont. Collee.
tor's Olllco, Hurlii gton, April 9th, 1807. 153-3w
USE nSZTKS'S FAIN KILLING
III AO IO OIL.
"7 Work like a Vha-in."
Evcrv person in this town will Hud it for their
iirotlt as well as for their comfoit, if they use
j.tonno'ri Pain Killing Magic Oil, when they have
Hcadacho.Toothaclio, Chilblains, Aguo in tho
Face aud Jaws, lame shoulders, JUjoiimatism,
Sciatica, Hruises, Crump. Colas, Croup, Sno
Throat, or any pains of hU nature. Tho ladles
willllud its use a peculiar blessing to relievo
their peculiar pains. It Is ono oftho best things
to uso in tho tamllv as a general icmrdv forauv
kind of painful disorder, or hurt, or bum, over
discovered, ami ll is clean nni uciiciou m uso.
Uso it freely. Sold by all Druggists and Mer
chants, WM. JtENNE, Pitlsileld, Mass.
Bold in St. Albans by all Druggists, and Weeks
i llvyuohU, Grocers! )2'J-ly
lliiiuor Duel or.
This excellent medicinal compound wns first
pretvivedby Dr. .1. W. l'oland in 1817, and was
then employed with Krt success i c-vwlllng
humors troiu tho bl) n ( 1 i liVjdlcfll
friend who was quito celebrated a a uliysician,
especially in tho treatment of humors, suggest
ed Homi-'imiHirtant iinprovemeiitK, whicll were
adnpted, nuil which have made it (so the pooplo
say) the very best remedy for all kinds of hu
mors known tn the family.
The Humor Durtor euros Scrofula, Halt
Ilhenin, Ei y.lpelas. Canker, Files, N'ottlo Hash,
Ac. Niiiuenius individuals, who havo lisoil this
remedy for enrwipclas, gie It the most Mattering
This piTparalion is eomixised entirely Of vnco
tables, amoiic which nre Harsapnrilla, Yellow
Uoek, Noble 1' ino, Mandrake and Itloodroot.
Kulllro It to say that tho "Doclor" Is Used ill
hundreds of families as a gonerul medicine.
Unlike many other popular remedies, It 19 tory
grateful to the tasto.
Ii-lce 7.1 Cent rr HoHle.
This valuable remedy will be ureimred at llio
N'ow Enghind Hotnulc Detsit, undBr tlio sllier
vision of Dr. J. W. 1'olamt, for tho proprietor,
.T. C. FHENC1I.
To whom all orders should bo addressed. Solil
by doaiers in Sledlcino eerywliere.
Tho advertiser liavliiL- been restored to health
In a few weeks by a very slmplo remedy, after
having suffered several years witli a severe lung
affection, and thatdreaddiseaso, Consumption
is anxious to mako knonn to his fallow-suffer-ors
the means of erne.
To all who desire it, bo will send a copy of
the lirescrlntion used (free of ehfii'L'i. with di
rections for preparing and using tho samo, which
tuey win nun a sure cure lor consumption.
Astliuia, Hrotichitis, Coughs, Colds, ami alt
Throat and Lung Affections. Tho only object
of tlio advertiser in sending tho Inscription is
tobenclU the allllotod, and spread information
which he conceives to bo invaluable, and he
hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as It
will cost them nothing, and mav provo a bless
ing. l'nrtlen wishing a prescription, free, by return
mail, will please adilross
llrv. EDWAltD A. WILSON,
'Williamsburg!!, Kings Co., New York.
A Protected Solution of the Protoxide of Iron
supplias the blood with Life Element, Iron, giv
ing strength, vigor and now life to tho whole
If tho thousands who aro suffering from
Dyspepsia, Debility, Femalo Weaknesses, Ac,
would but tost tho virtues of the Peruvian Syr
up, the effect would not only astonish thein
eelves but would pleao all their friends; for in
stead of feeling cross, "all gone" and miserable,
they would be cheerful, vigorous! and active.
A distinguished Jurist writes to a friend as
I havo tricxl tho Peruvian Syrup, and tlio re
sult fully sustains your prediction. It lias made
a now iinin of mo, liifustd into my system now
vigor and energy; I am no longer tremulous
and debilitated, as when you last saw me, but
stronger, heartier, and with larger capacity tor
labor, mental and physical, than at any timo dtir
ing the last five )ears."
Ttamtand hare btvn changed by the uneoflhi
remedy from treak, un ity, nQferiny creature, to
rtron'j, healthy, anil hai'iymen and (romen; ami
inealtd cannot rcttsotiaWy heilatv to yice it a
The genuine has "IVruvia i Syrup" blown In
the glass. A 32 page Pamphlet will bo sent
freo. J. P. DLNSMOltE, Pro'pr.
No.30Dey St., N. Y.
Sold by all Druggists.
A icw and Grand Epoch in .Medicine !
Dr. Maggiel is tlio founder of a now Medical
System I The quantitariaiis, whoso vast inter
nal doses eufeeble.thc stomach and paralyze tho
bowels, must give precedence to tlio man who
restores health aud appetite, witli from one to
two of his extraordinary Pills, and cures tho
most undent sores with a box or so of his won
derful and all healing Salve. Theso two great
specifics of flic Doctor are fast superseding all
the sterotypod nostrums of the dav. Extraor
dinary cures by Maggn l's Pills and" Salve hao
opened the eves of tho public to tho inefficiency
of tho (so called) remedies of others, and upon
which people have so long blindly depended.
Maggiil's Pills aro not of tho class that aro swal
lowed by tho dozen, and of which of every Ikix
full taken creates an absolute necessity for an
other. One or two of Maggiel's Pills suffices to
pluce the bowels in perfect order, tonotho stom
ach, create nn appetite, and render tho spirits
light and buoyant! There is no griping, aud no
rcactioji in the form of constipation. If the liver
is affected, its functions aro restored; and if tho
nervous system is feeble, it is invigorated. This
last quality makes tlio medicines verv desirable
fortho wants of delicate females. Ulcerous and
eruptive diseases aro literally extinguished by
the disinfectant power of Maggiel's Sale. In
fact, it is here announced that Maggiel's lllll
iiiii, l)j fpcillc niul Diiinhiu rills euro
where all others fail. While for Hums, Scalds,
Chilblains, Cuts, and all abrasions of the skins,
."lii gg I el's Solve is infallible. Soldbj J. Mug
giel, 13 Fulton Street, New York, and all Drug
gists, at 25 cU. per box. 111-ly
L. L.Dutchcr A Sons, Agents, St. Albans, Yt.
CRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE.
AMEsnruv, Mass., Oct. 13th.
Dear Sir: Haung been afflicted grievously
for several weeks witli a severe abscess upon my
side, 1 used several remedies for its eradication
without receiving any relief, until I applied
your salvo, which effected a speedy and perma
nent euro. 1 therefore feel happy to certify my
confidence In its virtues.
Yours witli respect,
I certify to the truthfulness of tho alsjvo
statement. II. S. 1)i:m;uokn, M. D.
SETH W. FOWLE A SON, Hoston, Proprietors.
Sold by all Druggists, at 25 cents a box. U-lw
UOOKS A: KVAKT'S (successors to A. It.
Hoiurhton) First National Ovster House.
South side of Lako Street, opposifo Morrison's
lllock,'St. Albans, Vt. Oysters served in every
stylo, and sold by tho keg, quart or gallon. ll!2
FOU.VIJ on Main Street, St. Albans, April 21
1807. a sum of money, which the owner cai
havo by proving property and paying for this
advertisement, l or information call at tho Trail-
Gr. B. SMITH,
ltetail Dcalor in.
HATS, CAPS, & FURS,
Huffalo nnd Fancy Sleigh Itobcs, Fur Overcoats,
Ladies' Dress Furs, Furand lluck Gloves
Mittens, Valises, Umbrellas, Trav
eling Hags, Trunks, Ac., Ac.
South Dluin Street, St. Albans, Vt.
CASH PAID FOR SHIPPING FURS.
107-tf GIL11EUT 11. SMITH.
T1II- AMKIMCAX COOKLVli ST0VB.
Another CJliul Iinrovrmeii.
SJFTlXa AMIRS MADE EASY.
IVEltY housekeeper knows that tho sifting
li of Coal Ashes is attended with much incon
venience aud annoyance from dust, Ac., mid un
less the ashes are silted much coat will be wast
ed that can lie used after sifting, hi tho Ameri
can Cooking Stote this dlsagocablo process is
entirely overcome by the ingenious arrange
ment of an ash sifter, in the hearth or ushbos,
of the stove, by means of which alter tho grate
is iluiiiied into the ash lsix the ashes can Isi
sifted in a moment, with the ash box all closed,
and without any dust in tho room, and the coal
anil cinders are all retained m a separate apart
ment, and can be returned to the lire chamber,
or be reunited elsewhere, and the ash pan can
then be removed eoiitalug only the ashes with
out anv dtixt whatever. This arrangement
does away with tho old fashioned axil sifters,
and must commend itself to all, and Is another
long stride towards perfection, and must add
largely to the already extended reputation of
tills deservedly iwpiilar stove. Tills improve
ment i fully secured by letters patent.
SHEAIt, I'ACKAltD A CO.,
17 ami 10 Uieen St., Albany.
For Sale by 155-3m
iUdJotvaii iV Co,, SI i Albans, Vt.
CM o to the New Store of Wm. N. Smith & Co,'
J' for lluhbcr Coals, Umbrellas, Trunks
Hiigs and Valises.
The Bcruceaof Mr. A. N. Peioy hau been ko.
enrod at tlio New' Store, where his old friends
will be cordially welcomed, with his Isist offottjj
lo lit aud suit.
c a; A. isr a 1 1
WM. N. SMITH,
Having sold out hid stock at No. 2, Harrow
Hloek, may now bo found at bis new and
ron.Mijnt.v oect!ni:t nr
LOOIvE & SMITH,
Main Sired, under Hie firm of
William N. Smith L Co.,
Where he will bo most happy lo sea all of his old
customers, and an many nuw onos as will lavor
the new l'u m witli a call.
NEW CLOTHING !
WJL N. S.MITII A. CO'S.
ALL KINDS AT
W.M. N. SMITH A, CO S.
HATS AND GAPS,
OF ALh KINDS, AT
WM. N. SMITH. V. CO'K.
NEAV TRUNKS !
TRAVELLING BAGS !
Or AXiXi KINDS, AT
WM. N. SMITH A COU
1 o to tho New Storo of Win. N. Smith A Co.,
lor iilco iiiuck l iocK coats.
it to tlio Now Storo of Win. N. Smitli .V Co.,
lor nice jiiacK rams, or all Minis.
1 to tho New Storo of Win. N. Smith A- Co.,
lor run; juxen ami Harris Mints.
O to tho Now Storo of Wm. N. Smitli A Co.,
lor n ico back Coats, or all Mima.
t O to the New Storo of Wm. N. .Sniith A Co.,
lorraucy i,ass. mius, oi uu kiniis.
f 1 O to tho New Storo of Wm. N. Smith ,V Co.,
I.X for new assortment of Furnishing Ooisls,
a ... ti iitii ..!'. nii'li ioiii ti. I'miiii ii.,
JT for all the now styles of Spring Hats and
! II I . It. n V Ul... r.r Vr... V U...OI. I- ',.
Kolilli'iV llonotliis. Widows' und Invalids' Pen
lions, Arrears of l'y, and Claims Jor Horses lost
or destroyed In tho ).i)litrj; ervice, procurixj
by V. v. .VK(
j,ato a i;api. ui ioiu i. xnuuioers
S. Albjnn, Vt., Marclj 18C5, qi-il
ftYSl'lil'SIA CUKE f
pltl'H (Ircal Hcmcdy for all DJscatra of (bo.
Is tho diseoxcrv id llm Inventor of Coo's ralttSi
Vie Cough Ifalsam, nlulc iuprrU-n,cuUn3 for hht
iiw-nhennlv 1 vm Crmtt h ) fjomarh
for hllll which hail War viidllril to net lint! but
rhlorofotm, , j y '
, iiicaimobi'iiAtiv trmoiiy an vaHoiu pari
or thccouulry mcmuagp us to lnJlovo brp ll
no disoase entisi d by a disordered ntgiacli vlll
not speedily cure. ' i
lMiysirians ciulbrso aiid Use it i'
.Ministers give Ic.stiinQi.iy, of its ,cflicacy
And from all directions wo receive tidings of
cures pel formed.
D) . pep. In t
It is sure to cure.
Il iirlltiirii I
Ono dose will cure.
It has cured In hundreds of cases.
Ilrmliirlie ii lid l)Uliii t
It stops In thirty minutes.
Al lillly ofllie Ntoimii Ii I
It corrects at once,
ItMng of the Kotxtt
It slops Immediately.
DUtrrs nflir Killing!
One dose will remove.
Clioli i n .lloi liu. S
llnpidly yields to a few doses.
Will bo changed with halfabottln
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS!
Its unprecedented success ia tiwU'B tfl tha fact
It Cures by Assisting Nature
TO ltH-ASSEUT II I'll SWAY 'N fill". SYSTEM,
Nearly every dealer In the United States JpUs U
ONE DOLLAll PF.U HOTTLE.
C. G. CLiABKi & CO., Proprietors,
KKW IIAVKN, RONS. I3lj-ly
U,00(T WW ARB
For a medicine that will curo
TICKLING in tho TllltOAT,
as quick as
OVER ONE MILLION BOTTLES
have been Fold and not a singto instance of its,
failure Is known. Wo havo, in our possession
any quantity oi Certificates, somo ot them from
Emin ent Physicians
who have used it in their practice, and given
thopro-eminenco over every other compound.
It does not Dry up a ('ouglit
so as lo enable the patient to expectorate freely.
i wo or mree noses
117 Invariably (Jnrt Tickling in tl&
A half bottlo has often eomnlctelv cured tho
most Stubborn Cougji, and yet, though it is bo
sure and speedy in its operation, it is perfectly
harmless, being purely vigetablo. It is very
agreeable to tlio tasto, and may bo adimiaterei
to children of any ago.
lit mars of Croup we will Rnomnfrr (
l ine, IT tnkrn In arnann.
A'0 FAMILY SHOULD II E WITHOUT IT J
C. J CI.AUIC t CO., Pmorlrlora,
137-ly New Haven, Conn.
"VTOW is your timo if yon wish to buy a 'busi;
ly ness place in St. Albans. I havo como to.
the conclusion to sell my place in St. Albans
village. Iirlvvrrn tlir l)r,t nml DImIii Ht.,
on the South side of tho street, lle beat lorn.
Hon mi tltitl alrerf Tor hualnraa ilnrr.
His almut tifteen rods abovo our beautiful new
depot, and in full view of j(. Entrance ono step
up from tho sidewalk, W'hlo tlio others aro
threo or four steps. A jjinhI llltefnl lot for it.
Itlm k onlin e tori , rl0 h,t is sixty m1i
feet ill front, and ono hundred and llfty deep,
witli a passage to the rear of tho lot for teams
to pass, which makes tho rear valuable. Now,
do not say that you cannot get a chance to do
business in St. Albans. Tho buildings aro in
good repajr, and witli a littlo expense could bo
couvcited into business purposes. Also, a gooi)
well of water, and tho house lit with gas. Im
prove yourjippoi tunlty. In eano ofmynbsoneo
from home, you can apply to Dewey A. Nohlo,
at their olllco over Farrar Iron store, or Judge,
II. N. Harbor, for price, terms, and other par
ticulars. G. W. HALL
St. Albans, Feb. 1, 18G7. 151-tf,
Jfolloe l" 1-1nho1u tloii.
rillil'. partnership heretofore existing between
.1. Wm. Locko and Louis Mcl). Smith, under
the firm name of Locko A Smith, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. All deot duo tlui
former firm must bo paid at their old placo of
business. WILLIAM LOCKE.
LOUIS 3tcD. SMITH,
St. Albans, March 1H, 18G7. 157-tf.
HARDWARE ! !
Of every description.
f VIE stock of goods In tho abovo lino is now
rULL AND COXttPLETB,
And will bo found to compriso all that is dusira-bh-
in ' ' 1
Tho largest Stock of
CIJTLEB ! Y,
To lio Uiit tit tlie Ktttte.
CARPENTERS' k MACHINISTS' TI0LS,
In great variety.
158-tf J. FROTHINGHAM Mi-GOWAN.
HORACE P. HALL, M. D.
(Lato of the Array, Ac.,)
Has returned to Kt. Albans, and may be found
for tho present at tho American Hotel.
1'arliculnr attention paid tw Op
crativc Surgery. 16'.My
Pony XJp !
flHE subscriber will lay oft' from Mm Flout
L Trade until tho 0c!i!iig of liko navigation,
dering which timo ho will glvo his particular at
tention to collecting his debts. All persons in .
debted will govern themselves accordingly ami
mako speedy payment. ti, V. EASTMAN,
If not found at his Olllco, empiiro at tlio story
of J. Frothingham McGonau. HKhv,