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THE VKKMONT TR.ANSCIUIPT.
8 j uly 39. TUB TKANSCRIFr, Local News. a Nbws. -Our friends In tlio several (owns and adjoining comities will confer a favor iij' sending us an items onooai news m!,V como muler tlioir ouservauon. won fnio'rs should, 1" u omou, give their names, . -I.. r.... ...iltll.Afhni. hut n n fll.iMti ,. mvcssRruy i" 1 o i . -noil Mtli. No matter about tho form of ,r contributions JJ"" " ",u ouujtvt iiiji- f ml wc will l'nt it "" snapo. tMrOBTANT TO ADYKHTIHCUM TllO TnAN'SCRUT double tlio circulation in St. Albans of ' liaitr printed in tlio Stale. Ita circulation a,mlly increasing throughout Franklin ami .ml We Counties. k - Unttcr on Tuesday sold for from "5 io 27 cents, nccording to quality. r. Clmrlos A. Marvin, of St. Al djo,, recently n merchant in Ibis vil-i.-c is, at present, cliiof elork of the jhnsfield House in Stowo. Tho U. S. Circuit Court iB now in M s inn nt Windsor. It is tho Grand jury Term and much criminal busi es will bo attended to. Tho Bur ,,i.rtnu Ttnu's thinks tho sessiou .will a fortnight. Ibo Annual Fair of tho Frnnkliu C unty l uion Agricultural Society is t be held at lUchford on tho 18th and 1 nli of September. Geo. F. Hough i m, Esq , of St. Albans, is to deliver (je address. Ou the 17th inst. Reuben Moullou, of Fairfax, in tho net of climbing upon a lead of hay loll, causing his toam to start, tho wagon passing over his body, and inflecting injuries from which he died on Thursday morning. - The Court Houso and jail at North Htr- are being put in thorough repair, nri'ler the supervision of Hon. Jool itn, 'f North Hero, Abel Brown, of w au l Isle, and Barber W. Beynolds, ' V.oiirgh, a committeo appointed for t at purpose by tho Gcnernl Asscm l ly. Tins fact should mako tho cheeks of Fiahklin County peoplo tinglo with suaUiC. when they think of tho dilapi d cuidition of their tomplo of jns t,'. , fur it is a disgrace to tho County of Franklin. Thcro is to be an exhibition of the new pateut Firo Extinguisher, on &l Park, on Tuesday of next week. Tho second match gamo between tli second nines of tho Eagles and Irihcents, took place on "Wednesday, anl resulted in a victory for the Ea gles, Tho score stood: Eaglos 5G: t'rtscents 51. Tho gamo on the sixth inning. was called Among tho noticoablo iniprovo- mciUs iu tho buildings on Lako Streot, none ib greater than those ou tho SU Allans House, kept by ltico and OlmsteaJ. They havo put on a Freneh ronf, addod ovor thirty rooms for the accommodation of their guests, an.l the appearance of tho hotel is finely improved. Mr. Philo Lampkin Was tko architect and muster mechan ic find the workmanship scorns taste ful and good. Mr. Joseph II. Osborn continues to occupy the position of head-clerk, and gives very general satisfaction. The July Term of the U. S. Dis tort Court, Judge Smalloy presiding, commenced at "Windsor on Tuesday. State JXews. CUITTEXDUN COUNTV. Tho First Congregational Socioty of Uurliiigtou, havo raised tho salary of meir pastor, Rov. Mr. Mix, to $2000, kesidos tho parson ago. Lr. S. W. Thayer, of Burlington, has ,,Ceu elected an honorary mombor of lo l'ln Beta Kappa Society, at Dart- wuatlj Collogo, and has also received we honorary degree of SL A., from iuo gamo institution. LAMOILLE C0USTV. Tho ltepublican nominations arc as follows: For Senator Hon. Gco."V. flondeo, t Morris villo. First Assistttn t J ndgo Tago, of Hydo Park. Second distant Judgo-C. S. Parker, of El f ro SherifT- W. C. Doano, of John ino HRU BailiffJames T. Parish, ; htowo. Judgo of Probato-0. C. wdwick, of Cambridge. Stato's At ornoyo. J. Lowis, of Morrisvillo. Kn Lc?mi(y Committeo-L. S. Small, u Slayton, L. C. Nichols. WINDSOK COUN'Ti'. Hon, Norman Williams has resigned Borneo of County Clerk, his resigna- "u to tako effect 0 uly 20, a step ho ueen contemplating for somo time Ja account of failing health. Mr. Wil UQi3 va8 appointed clork at tho May er' of court,. .1839, sinco which timo has continuously held tho oilico, na d'scnarged its duties in such a auner as to gain for himself tho tillp " model clerk." Geo. B. T?rencji, of avendish, takes Mr. Williams' place, j , Qv' " S Howard has assuinod tho OS of pastor 0f the Epiapopal So pl!!tnu Woodstock. Our Public Cemeteries. -ir n.,i i. . , .. ,, , i illl. J. Ill 1011 111 I11B llltOl'OSlint? fll'tlCln ' upon Cincinnati in tlio Auuust num- Dor of tho Atlantic Monthly, in speak ing of tho beautiful comotorv of thnt city, commends to tho attention of his renders tho fact that tho iron fences which it was customary to erect nround the lots nro beim? rumoved. If this excellent writer will! visit tho comete- nes around Boston ho will find that it is somo years sinco lots woro enclos ed and mado dismal by ugly iron rail ings, which, when they dovitcd from tho lightning rod pattern, invaribly took somo moro hideous or grotesquo appearance llo mentions, howover, that in tho beautiful cemetery of which ho speaks, which by tho way contains Knndolph Itogers' fino brouzo statue of tho Soldier Boy, tho custom of rais ing mouuds nbovo tho deceased is also becoming obsolete. As a temporary necessity to mark tho spot whero tho deceased repose, till an appropriate stone can bo erected; thoro is reason, porhaps, for tho hillock; but we aro happy to see that in this vicinity tho ground abovo tho remains of tho de parted aro now tastofully converted in to mitiaturo llowcr beds. Somo years ago, when it was proposed to lay out Mount IIopo Ccmclory, now owned by tho city, a party of genllomcn vistcd tho spot. Among them was the lato Rov. Dr. Lowell, and tho topic of bur ials being discussed, the Doctor said that whou ho died ho trusted that his mould would onrich tho roots of somo noble treo or givo lifo to a bed of flow ers. The commendation bestowed on Mr. Barton upon Spring Grove Cemotery is fully deserved, for, not foierettinK our own and very boautiful rosting places for tho dond in tho vi- cinitV Of NOW York. Philadelphia and ' ,, ... . ' -, , A ... oinor cities, uiai or lncinnari lias claims to consideration for the UCtlt- ! i i.. ii ...i .:..!. i noss mm impiopniuu uiaiu marks OVOry feature. JtSr Value tho friendship of him who stande by you in tho storm; swarms of insects will surround you in tho sunshine. ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY : OV CUIIA. Vrairn Once in Fecettteeti )ays. One Prise of $100,000. " 50,00(1. " " 25,01. " 10,000. A'c., Ac. Prizes paid in Gold. Prizes cashed and information given bv GEOIIGE VPIIAM. 173-ly 0:1 N. Main St., Providonce, It. I. Dr. WlstarN HiiKuiii of Wild Cherry. In the whole history of medical dlsoovcrlcH no remedy has performed so many or such remark able cures of the numerous affections of the throat, lungs and chest, as this long tried and justly celebrated Ilalsam. So generally acknowl edged m the superior excellence of this remedy that but few of tho many who hare tefcted its virtues by oxpfriew fail to keep it at hand as a speedy and certain euro for sudden attacks of Gold fully belteviug that its remedial powers aro ei tnprehoiisiye enough to embrace ovory form of disease, from the slightest cold to the moat dangerous symptoms of pulmonary com plaint. from Jilt. XOIOIA.Y KI.V.VKY. Monktos, June 28, 1SG0. Messrs. S. V. Fo IX A Co. : llemg always willing to give my influence in ail t,t n imiul ..an... T eluutrfiilfv teHtifv tn the great menw of llr. WisUr a 'llaUam of Wild neirv. wuieu i imu uaraawu iu uiaivu uou of many times during tho last ten years in cases il Lne"i Complaint, hard Ciuf,h. and spitting of UliKid, attended with other dangerous j.ymptouia and ha e alwaxs found complete relief m this ex cellent remedy. Mv exiH,rience with other rem edies for all tliese diseases, as well as with the trial of many presenptons of physicians, leads me tn believe that the ISalsam is suuenor to all of them. Without anv hesitation I recommend Him romedr as the best one extant for all at tacks of Golds, Coughs, and Lung Diseases. lours truly, NOltMAN HNNKY. Prenared bv SBTII W. I'OWLK A SON. IS Tremont St., lioaton, and for sale by Druggists generally. in-tn For all tho protean forms of Disoases originating iu SCIlOUKIiA, There Is nothing can equal the purifying effects of Iodine when administered iu a pure state. Dr.lt. AmlriV Iodine 'Water Is a pure solution of Iodino dissolved in wator, without a solient, and is tho best remedy for Scrofula and kindred diseases over discovorcd. Circulars freo. , Dr. II. Anders' Iodine Water is for salo bv J. P. DiuBiiioro, 30 Dey Street, Now York, and by Druggists geuerally. 172-lw Cimeer, .Seiol'olu, Ac, Curcil. I'orsous aillictcd with Cancer, Tumors. Erup tions, Ac., aro cured by the use of Dr. Greene s LLOTItO-MKDICATED BATHS and Indian Vegetable ltemedies, which eleanso the blood of aU Humors, Jlcreury, Load, Ac, and restore health to invalids afflicted with ore . vnn..tr .if dmenses. A book describing Can cer, Scrofula, Humois and other diseases, with their means of cure, may be obtained free at tho witli Medical institute, or oy man. ,'iuuic ui. (Irecne, 10 Temple place, Huston. "a.r'L A L'hysiological Vicu of Marriage T1IK VUEAVKST HOOK XVKli VUli LISUEU. Containing imirly llirco luuidreil imgM And 130 lino platos and engravings of the mai riago, who eutortain doubts of their physic condition. Sent free of postage to any addre on receipt of 25 cents in -tanjiw or iKitM ou - rencv. uy auuressuij; un. w'i , - IMaiden Lain. Albany, N. . ihoautuoi limy oo tuusultcd upon any of tho diseases upon which the book treats, either personally or by ma L Medicines sent to any ))art of tho world. lC2-Cin MMIK CJItK.YT XU1SAXCI3 of tho season I mav bo got rid of effectually, by using 1HJTCI fr. R S LIGHTNING WA' IvILLtR, the i.VJM , 1 1 . ,i , ,,lv valuable Fly Killer, hav- g'iu modiarruits-', and easy to use Beware ot Sutwn-, vhich can be Cought for almost, not . ng, and are ollerod as jus as com . X ' w is notlnng ooual to the genuine bUlCHLljtf LIU llTNINff FLY KILLER. 174-6 With Four Metallio Qualifications a . man may bo pretty sure of earthly success. Uifo f0 aoliiuifis pocket; SiUerr his Tongue, Brass iu his face, and Iron in Ids heart. 1! t for a tonjo appetiser, and as a gentle stimulant, thcro. 'is reliable virtue n JtUun B tters, IVP article una m ej "," , ";" , dm half so much gK)d. Lut all who havo not readj tried "his reat tmnachlc, t '.nco test its imality. Wo uudcrsland that tho Drugghts n 'oroce is of this section are selling vas qua.. titles, and that ssarcely a Mmily is superior 10 hii". , Of for nlcolllack Pants, of all kinds. s-4 i i 41, n v.iw store OI HUl. i. .J....... ... nf v a.,tl. ' - ' ' .' ' ... ,ir... V Q.ntHi.t'A).. Gt U to tho New Storo '""" " j" for uico Black irock Coals, .uiuumi u. c-- tjl0 hanlp place wnere ine saio xa iu men un inu and Diseace w ith a treatise on Larly errois, its . ,Jr jun A d. Jhoo, conditioned for tho deplorable Consequences npon the Mind am ; f u nf Hixty.,iv dollars, sneci-lody,iththeAiitlH)r'sinauoflreatment--t he , m promwn-uote. ifatcd June 20, isOO, only rational and successful mode of Curi, as u t u, j:gl.uo be Noel or order, in one shown by the rojHirt of casos treated. A truthful ; i ' f ut , , tt, is justy Juo all(l ow. ...I..;...- ... i,n .fmrniid and thoso coutemi)latin I r ,:.' , i.i ss '.I'o (JtltMUlltpLlvtM. f pill! advertiser, having boon restored to licalth JL ui a raw weeks by a very simple remedy, ai- tprlmvltof nn..rfl fur fcfivi-rnl vitnm wild it ftn- voro hum affection, anil that ilrenil disease Coil' sumption is anxious to make known to his fol-low-sulfercrs the means of cure. To all who desire it, ho will send a copy of tho proscription nsed (fret of ehargo),with directions for preparing and using tho same, which they will llml a sure euro for Consumption, Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, anil all'lhroat and Lung Affections. The only object of the adver tiser in sending the Prescription is to benefit tho iuhkhbii, aim sproau luiormauon wnicu no con ceives to be infallible, and lie hopes every suff erer will try his remedy, as it will cost thorn no thing, and may prove a blessing, l'arties wish ing the prescription, free, bv return mail, will please address REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg, Kings Co., New York. 10(i-ly A CARD TO INVALIDS. A Clergyman, whilu residing in South America as a missionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy for the t'uro of Nervous Woaknoss, Ear ly Decay, Diseases of tho Urinary and Seminal Organs, and the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful and vicious habits. Great num bers have been already cured by tills noblo romo dy. Prompted by a desire to benefit tho allllct ed and unfortunate. I will send the reoeipo for preparing and using tins medicine, in a sealed envelope, to any one who needs it, froo of charge. l'iease incloso a post-paid envelopo, addressed to yourself. Address, 12,'l-ly JOSEPH T. INMAN, Station 1), llible House New York City. lJrnti'N of Vout.li. A GENTLEMAN who suffered for years from Ik nervous debility all tho effects of youl the sakn of gullerlna: y, and premature decay, and iithtnl indiscretion, will, for 3 humanity, send frco to all who need it, the roreipt and directions for mak ing me simple remeny ny wnicn lie was cureil. Sufferers wishing to profit by tho advertiser's experience, can do so by addressing, in perfect confidence, JOHN II. OGDKN, -yoUy 4- Cedar Htieet, New York. FELLOWS' ORIGINAL " SOZENGES. We can with confidence point to FELLOWS' WORM LOZEMIl'.S as tlte most perfect remedy for those troublesome icste, lulest liml Worniffi After years of careful experiment, success has crowned our efforts, and e now offer to the world a confection without a single fault, being sale, convenient, effectual and nleasant. Noin- j"ous result can occur, let them be used in whatever ouantity. Not a particle of calomel enters tin ir eompoKitiou. They may be used without further preparation, and at any time. Children will t-air rly devour all you Kivo them. and ask for more. Tliey never fail In uipclllng worms from their dwelling-place, and they will niways sirengiueu ino wuaKanu emaiiaieu, o en when he is notafllicted with worms. Various remedies have, from tirno to lime, been recommended, such as calomel, oil of worm soeil, turpentine, Ac, producing dangerous and sometimea fatal consequences. After much re search, study and experiments, embracing sev eral years, tho proprietors of I'ellows' Woum Lozeoes have succeeded in producing this rem edy, free from all objections, and positively safe, pleasant and effectual. They do not kill the worms, but act by making their dwelling-places disagreeable to them. In order to assure con sumers of the genuinenss of theme Lozenges, the analysis of Dr. A. A. Haves, State Assayer, is annexed: "1 have ana'vsed the Worm Lozemres prc- ' pared by Mi nsis. Fellows A Co., and find that , the an free fmru nierenn and othor metallic ! or imiKial maiter. Thise' Li'zenger aro skil fully compounds!, pleusant to the tasto, safe, i yet sure and elf. ctie in their action. lUlKicttully, A. A. HAYES, M.D., Assayer to tnu state oi lass. lrlrc a 3 Ccnfn )irr ltni; Five for SI. Prepared at the New England liotanic Depot, for the IVinetir, J. c. ria.NcH, to whom all order- ln-uM be addressed. Sold by dealers in medicine i rvwhere. 155-6uieow 1867 U SW YORK, 1867 TllOY, ALBANY, Lake Gearys, Saraloya, lluy"alo, Xiayara Falln, Clwayi, and tiv' West. Tne Old Katablished and Popnlar Route, via LAKE ClIAMPLAm ! Summer Arrangement. Tlio splendid and Commodious Steamers ADIRONDACK Capt. W. H. Flagg. CANADA " William Anderson. UNITLD STATLS .. . ' J. C. Babbitt. MONTKLAL . .. " Henry Mayo. On and after Monday, July 1st, 18G7, forming two Daily Limi each way, (Sundays excepted.) 11 vv l.i.sx: I'ave Ilnrliiiaton 10.13 a. in. on arrival of tram from St. Albans 'J.Ij a. m., MontH'lier 8 a. m.. Wateiburv H 15 a. m. Arrivim; at Tieonde- loira a.atl r. m.. Lake Ueorire 7 i). m.. Whitehall 5 p. m. Making direct coniiection with train for Saratoga, Trov, AlUnnv, New York and the Woet. kemni line: Ixjave Ilnrlington at O.iSO u. m., on arrival of train from St. Albans 7.25 n. m., White Itivor Junction l.'iO and 2.05 li. m Montpoller S.Uo and 1.10 u. m. Arrh-uiK at Wliitehall 0.00 a. m., making connection as above for all points South and W M. )n Saturday monilng tho Steamer United States wit leave ltouso's l'oint atO o'clooi, by which nassenccrs will oass through the l.ako oy davliKht. ami connect with tho cvoning Boats at Albanv for New York. Tickets good until used. Baggago checked through. Faro as low as by any other route. Through Ticket can be procured at the flrand Trunk Railway Offices, Moutroal; at tho princi pal Stations of tlio Ogdensburgh, Yt. Central, Itenssolaer A Saratoga, Hudson luver and liar lem Railroads: onboard River and Lako Steam ors, and at theti eneral Oflieo of the Company, West tide of City Park. Burlington, Yt. l'rtsights taken at lowest rates. HIRAM TRACY, General Superintondant. Burlington, Yt., July 1st, 1807. 173-tf Tn Chanocry STATE OF YF.RMONT, I Eugeno Do Noel Franklin County ks. vs. Daviu cross, .ua w Cross and l'eler Mit'lia. " WhnreaH. Kuircne DeNoel of Swanton. ill tho ; County of Franklin aforesaid, hathprofurrcd his netitlon to tne uonrt oi i nancory noxi 10 uo noi- den at St. Albans within and for tho County of l'TauKim aioresaiu, anil nas uieu sam peiuion with me, Joneph II. llrainerd, Clork of said Court of Chanoery, stating that David Cross and his wife. Mary Criws. duly executed to tho said DoNoel on the iMi day of Juno A. I). lbOfi, a mortgage deed of certain land, situated iu tlie town of Swanton aforesaid, described as follows, viz: Being about twenty rods of land leased to said David Gtoms by Mary T. llargo and "'!' . . . .; ., ,111. .1,.. f ... IIAl llflt'tlir. IIOK11 .ml liiriller siaiiug mui-iiu wiu uvu m Noveinbr, 1800. tlio said David Cross and Mary i rr, convoyed the premises abovo described, to the said Peter Mich.i who is now in possession of tho said premises. Aim nrawng mai ino equuy of Redemption of tho said David and Mary and Peter may be foreclosed, agreeably to tho Act to diminish the expenses of foreclosing mortgages in equity. And wheroas. It has been mado to appoar to nw that the said Daid Cross and Mary Cross ro side without this State; therefore, by virtue of the Statute in such eases mado and provided, I do order tho said Euceno DeNoel to eivo notieo to tho said David Cross and Mary Crois of tho nriferriiic and filing of this petition, by publish ine tho foreiroinr sulistaneo with this order of publication, three weeks successively in the Ver mont Transcrint. a nubile Newspaper printed , an,i published m St. Albans, in said county of U'ranklin, tlio last of which publications to be Com t of Chanrery aforesaid, next to be holden at St. Albans iu and for said couuiy of Franklin, on tho Secoud Tuohday of Soptembor, A. D. 18 07. And tho said publication being mado, tho saidDaId Cross aud Mary Cross aro required to appoar in said Court on tho Hist day of tho aforesaid Term of said Court, and then and thcro answer to ho aforesaid petition of the said Eu gene DoNoel. Dated it St. Albans aforesaid, this second day of July, A. D. 1807. JOSEPH II. BJtAINERI), 173-3w Clork. Ifl' SU13. 1 FIRST RATE soeond hand Union Mowinc J. Maehln! almost now, vflll bo sold clioaji. l. 11. V)Hiil.. Sheldon, July 1st, Sg7, 173-tf I Tmjmtant and Special Nolirc to those AlTMCTKl) WITH DEFECTIVE EYESIGHT MESSRS. LAZARUS ,& MORRIS, OPTICIANS and OCULISTS, of Hartford, fnim . rchiiectrnllv announce to tint oill. zens of this place and v'iclnltj that they havo ap pointed A. H. XttUNYAJY, Watch Maker and Jeweler, Solo Agent for Kt. A. bans for tho salo of their justly celebrated per fected SPECTACLES ! Unequalled by any for ihoir strengthening and preserving qualities. Too much cannot bo Bald as to their superiority over tho ordiuaiy gla-sss worn. THERE IS NO GLIMMERING, Wavering of tho sight, dizziness, or other un pleasant Bonsation, but on tho contrary, from tho ncculiar construction of tho Lenses, they are soothing and pleasant, causing a feeling of roller to tlio wearer, and Producing a Glkar and'Witiincl Vision, As in tho natural healthy sight. They aro the only Spectacles that presi nous well as assist tlio sigin. Btr vc employ no peuiars. iv.-iv. GRAND CONCERT. OIlArUIiLA'S Seventh lles't National Guard Hand NEW YORK CITY, "yILL givo a grand Instrumental Concert at t ACADEMY HALL, MONDAY EVE. AUGUST 5TH, 1067, Under ihe very skillful and efficient direction of C. S. GrEAFFULA, Asfcisted by tho following cminont talent as so loists: C. YV. WERNING... J.SEMIA J. W. DREWS .Cornet. .Russian Piano. .Clarinet. Tho celebrated Scribner Instruments will be used. Tickets 50 cts. Reserved seats 75 cts. Seats and tickets can be secured one week in advance at Jlunyan's Jewelry Store. ' Doora open at 7 to commence at 8 o'clock. , SOWEN'S PUMPS 1 111-. 9tnnil,lni.l SEND IN YOUR ORDERS, And the Pump w ill bo forthcoming. A. East Ilighgato. BOWEN. 175 tf 3FL 3F5. I T7" 313 X AT WALKER BROTHERS, 10 Tons Boston Ground Rock Salt, iu half bbl'M and boxes. t 2 Tons Salt Fibli, Geo. Codfish, Salmon, Trout, Mackerel, Wliito Fish, and Bluo Fish. Sugars of overy grado, Whito and Brown, 1,000 Bus. Canada Salt, for salo In lylaonliber.il terms. AVo aro underselling tlw GREAT AMERICAN TEA , 6 CO, Pork and Lard. 1 Flour and Corn, Coffee, Molasses, Tobacco, Cidor Vinegar, Ac, Ao., Ac, Ac. All of which wo offer to Iho Irado at lowest market rates. 101-!f WALKER BROTHERS, MANHOOD: HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED IL J"t J'ublMted, a new JMilioii of Or. CuHtrwell's felel.mtid Kiiy On tho radical Cure (without medicine) of Sper matorrhoea, or Seminal weakness, Involuntary Seminal losses, Impotenoy, Mental and Physio, al Incapacity, Impediments to Slarriago, etc,; also Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fts induced by self-indulgence or sexual extravagance. irr Price in a sealod envelope, only bIx cents. Tlio world-renowned author, in this admirable Lecture, clearly proves from his own experience that the awful consequences of Self-Abuse may be ellectually cured without medioine, aud with, out damrcrous suruical operation, bougies, in. struments, rings, or cordials, pointing out u iihhIo of euro at once certain anil effectual, by which every sufferer, no matter what his condi tion may be, may cure himself cheaply, privato- ly, ami radically. Oa" This Lecturo should win tho hands of every youth und ever)' man iu tho land. Sent under seal, to any address, iu a plain soaled envelope, ou the receipt of six cents, or two postage stamps. Address the publishers, t CHASJO. KLINE, t CO. 127 Bowery, Now Vork, Post Oflieo box 1.5S0 LIHKItATlO.V XOT1CK. This may ccrtity to al) whom it may concern, that I havo given my son, John Sullivan, Jr., his timo fiotn, and after July 1st, 1K07, and will claim none of his wages nor pay any debts of bis Contracting, from and after this date. bis 17l-3-. JOHN X BVLL1YAN. mail:. Georgo F. Houghton.wltucss. Yhito mr Junction, July 13th, 18C7, O 11 A NG-E!! CHANGE. I CHANtllil CHANGEI OHANOll 1 WM. N. SMITH, Having Holdout his slock at No. 2, Harrow Block, may now bo found at his now and ELEGANT STORE Hmtr,iti.v oocurtuu ny L0G1G5 & SMITH, 'Main Street, under tho firm of William tf. Smith & Co,, Where ho will be most happy to sco all of his old customers, and an many new ones aswilliavor tne new nrm wiiu a can. NEW CLOTHIN! ALL KINDS WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. NEW FURNISHING GOODS or- AIIi KINDS AT WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. N'EW HATS ANTD CAPS, OF ALL KINDS, AT YM. tj. SMITH & CO'S. NEW TRUNKS ! AM TRAVELLING BAGS ! OT AI.I. KINDS, AT WM, N.HMITH ACQ'S, SILVER PLATING 1 Fil. II. l'ARRAR takes ulcasuro iu an- X pouncing to tho public that ho shall conf tiuo tho Silver Plating, and Manufacturing o- SADLERY HARDWARE, At hi old stand all MmU of Buckles, Turret, Snafllo Iron, Wood Haines, North and Tompkiiu Olg Trees. CARRIAGE WORK j Ralls, Handler, Joints and Bands, platod In tho liesi manner, ah worn warrauieu ciju. al to any in tho Country, GEO. II. l'ARRAR. March 18th, 1807. 137-tf. INDUCEMENTS AT THD Hryaiit, Slralloti, & Chambcrliu JJurhnyton Jiusincss Coltrye - -AMI" TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE ! 4 NEW Department organized and yaluablo IX. practical additions made to each depart ment heretofore established. 'I ho wholo corps of instructors aro p.-actionl experienced men, SPRING- CAMPAIGN. A COMPLETE CANVASS A GRAND RALLY. Wo want lo hoar from every young man and young woman who means business and desires thorough preparation for duty. JYt'w J'lan of Distract ion. UN PA 11 A L LEU ED A D I rA NTA GES. A Slanilanl Iiis(ilii(iii. Preferred for many reasons. Now is the time to outer. OTT MAKE LIFE A SUCCESS '53 Address, J. S. CIIAMBERLIN, Principal. lluilington, Yt. lftl-ly THE NEW DRUGr STORE, S. R. DAY, ACT. 1 TAS just received a new supply of XJL DRUGS, CHEMICALS. RESINOIDS, And all articles usually kept in a first class DRUG STORE. Pcrfuniorios and Toilet articles, including very cuoico Pomades, Toilet row-tiers And Boxes. Teeth Brushes, Nail, i'lcsh, Lathor andHairBrushes. Tho assortment of Hair Brushes, suniasses in cheapness and quality, any for sale iu the town. WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR WOLCOTTS INSTANT IMliY AXiMHILiTOlt ! Dealers supplied at as low rates as in the city. RING'S AKEBROSXA ! ANIl Hall's Hair Konowcr, At Wholcsalo and Retail. , Day's Anti-Bilious Hitters ! The best and the cheapest in tho world. S. PATENT MEDICINES, A largo and well selected stock. The subscriber intends to sell only good arti cles at as low prices as can bo afforded, and aims to maKc tins Tlio People's Drug Store- Prescriptions carefully nreiiarod: and Physic ians orders respectfully solicited. Trusses, Supjorters, and Shoulderbraces Store oDcn from fifteen minutes beforo 1 o' clock until half-past 1 p. m., on Sundays for tho sale or necessary meiiiciues. Dr. A. M. Plant, late of Milton, has formed a connection with tlio store, and would bo happy to receive his old friends and acquaintances. THE ST. ALKAKS LHIU0K AGENCY Good and pure Liquors lor Medicinal purposes, S. XI. DAV, Agent. July, 1SG7. 130-tf. Are tho only authorized agents in Franklin coun ty loruiosaio oi GENUINE ROGERS' GOODS! AM, 0001)8 MUltlNC! THKTlUUi: HARK It!' Wm, l?ogdrs?it Son, A A, Arooftho highest quality. Our Standard for Extra Plato is twenty per cent, moio Silver than Iho usual standard, and all our. goods uro made of tho finest quality of Albata. Wo caution purchasers to notice tho Trade Stark if thoy wish Ocnuiuo Rogers Goods, mado under tho tamo management and caicful supervision, which havo produced for twenty years, Rogois Goods, so celebrated for finish, style, und duia bility, Wo keep always ou hand a full assortment of tfolid SILVER WARE! American, Swiss and English -V .A. T 6 H IIS S ! JEWELRY, All grades from solid 18 K, Gold down to 11 f Wood. Hpcetacles of all kinds. Table and Pocket Cutle ry of tho best quality, Roberts Noodles, (tho best made) Watches, Clocks and Jinmlry repaired iu tho best manner am) without delay. WVMAN A IUNTINGTON. Bruliioiil'a Building, comer of Main ami Bank SUetls, lG3- Leonard, Braincrd A Co., DRUGGISTS APO THE CAR I E S , Wholesale and Retail ST. ALBANS, VT., HAVE just reei ived and nlfer for alo ft vtry large stock of New Goods in their line, at low prices. Pcifttiucry and Toilet Article, French and British handkerchief Exlracls, choice American Extracts, such as Jaqncs; Edntels andUleuns; and tho New Pert lan Lilac. Toilet Sets, Dressing Cases, Cologne Bottles and Stands, Puff Boxes, Powders, Hair Bmshei desirable new styles- TVelh, Nail i.'icsn,v Clothes Brushes Ac. IValhcr Hinders. Combs. Koans. Teeth tirersv rations, Hair Renewers and Dyes, Ac, Ac. WALLETS, PCCKET BOOKS, and BILL HOLDERS. STATIONERY, And all Stationery Articles: a largo stock at wholesale and retail. DRUGS & CHEMICALSj Warranted puro and of tho best quality. PATENT MEDICIJNESj A large lot nf all desirnblo kinds. Wyandott Indian Umne.lv, Dyo Woods, Dye Stuff', Family Dyo Colors, , Puro Spicns and Flavoring Extract, Saratoga Water, . t TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS, SHOULDER BRACES, KEROSENE OIL, Unoxplosivo aud very cheap. , TEA AND COFFEE: Prom Ar Showe a"('o. Tea f 1 (HI, 1 10, t 10, Jl 50, and Jl 70 per pound. Cufleu 30 and 45 cents per pound. Cream Soda from (lie Artie Foun tain. Prescriptions carefully prepared, and physici ans orders solicited. LEONARD, BRAIN ERD A CO St. Albans. July, 1807, 130-tf POLAND'S M.KJIC K1M0US TOAVDEUS. rpHIS PREPARATION is tho 1 discovery of the Rev. J. W. Poland, formerly the p.vstor nf4 the Baptist ciiurcn in tioiistown, N. 11. and a man dearly beloved by that denomination throughont New England. Ho was obliged to leave tho pulpit and study medicine to save his own life, and his Macho Powm:ns aro ono of tho most wonder ful discoveries of modern times. It is The great Liver & Bilious Remedy which completely throws In tho shade all othor discoveries iu medicine; and it affords him much gratification that they receivo the llnanlmnnsi approbation of all who havo tested them. Tho Magic Bilious Powdorsare a Positive C'nrc tor Liver Complaint, in its most aggravated form, and an tnnncdiato corrector of all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS ! Excellent for HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION, PIMPLES, BLOTCHES, A SALLOW SKIN, DROWSINESS, DIZZINESS, HEARTBURN, PALPITATION, and a most wonderful Cure and Preventive of rover and Agen. (Wo adviso all who aro troubled with tin's fear ful malady to always keep the Powders on luinj ready for 'immediate uso.) Hero aro a fow important particulars I at, They aro tlio great specific of all Bilioim 2d, They aro tho only known remedy that will cure Liver Complaint. 3d, Thov arc tho only known remedy that wilt euro ConsHpiition. 4th, The Viiwilcm aro so thorough in their op eration that one packacowill bo itll that tho ma jority of thoso using them will require to effect n stn, 'iney aro amuu aim pleasant yet memos cfl'ectnal cathaitic known, fitli. Thov aro the cheapest and best mcdiclno extant, as fhoy can bo sent lij' mall to any part of tho globo for tho price, 50 cents. circulars, containing coruncaies, lniormauon, Ac, went to any part of tho world frco of charge, SOLI) BY ALL DRUGGISTS, or by mail ou application to O. O. CLARK & CO., General Agents, Now Haven, Conn. 135-ly l'rlce 50 Units ver Ho. PKUiODICAI, DROPS THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY FOR 1RREG VLARFT1ES ! I havo tested these Drops in my own practice, over ten years, and do not llcsitato to say, that nothing has yet been dovelopod by medical research, that acts so powerfully, posi tively, and harmlessly, In cases of female irregu larity, aa docs this medicine. In aU rereut cas es it novor falls, while thousands who havu been long Huiierers, aro inueuteu to it ror mo noon oi health to-day, Although so powerful and positive, thoy aro perfectly harmless, and may be used at all times, except when specially forbiddeli in tlio di rections. Thoy havo been extensively employed by emi nent physicians in Prance and England, as well as iu my own practice, over ten years, ami I havo vet to hear of tho first Instance of failure. I could givo you testimonials of their efficacy from ladies all over tho northern and westdrn States, were thoy not In their naturo private. Over 100,000 bottlcH havo been sold tho past war, and I hopo and tru?t as many sufferers been benefited. lata well awaru that a remedy hi potent to remSvo all obstructions, may bo used for a bad purpose, but trust that whero one bottlo is thus used, ten may fall into tho hands of really needy sufferers. To all who sutler from any irregularity; pain ful, difllcult, excessive, oflonsivo or obstructed Menstruation, Lucorrhea, or tho train of disoa es that follow, I would say, try a bottlo of Dr. Lyon's French Periodical Drops. Being a Flnin preparation, their action Is moro direct and posi tive than any pills or powders. Explicit direo. tions, bearing my facsimile, accompany each bottle. Thoy may bo obtained of nearly overy druggist iu tho country, or by enclosing tho price to U. O. CLARK A CO., Now Haven, Ct., General Agents for tho United States aud Canada, DR. JOJINR. LYON, Practicing Physician, New Haven, Conn, I'ricr, $1 90 irr llottlr, 157-ly FULTON MARKET K. C. G A Li LA It, I'ropi'ietor, TB always supplied with tho best'of - ittcuts, Fish, Tilpe.n ml Snusugrs, AND ALL Tabic Delicacies of (ho Scastm Now ou hand, a nlco lot of SUG--AB CURED HAMS AND 17 JE S X X F1S I X , CQD, CUSP anil HADDOCK; . 157-tf. St. Albatid, Bmovod. DR. 8,8. CLARK has removed to foutli Main Street. Olllcu at his reside St. Albans, Yt, May. 'J, 180C KMf Gt to tho Now Ktore pr Win. N. Smith A Co., T for Rubber qonts, Umbrellas, Trunks Bags and Valises. 'ihe services of Mr. A. N. Percv havo been so. cured at tho New Stoic, whero fits old ftlends win bo tordlally welcomed, with hU bet vH'otta to tH and suit. v