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4. duty 0. Varieties. A down cast clorgymnn snys tlio vkttnk is n tJomestio nml may bo easily trained. He will doubtless onjoy a monopoly of tlio trnining business. Miss Swisshohn says tlioro is a littlo "sculptress" at Washington who "is as lavish in tho display of hor own bust as that of her Congress-mon patrons." Scmmcs, tho Confcdcrnto, is jealous. Ho complains that tho country sympa thises with tho Cretans, adding: "but Iho d 1 of it is, avo tako oaro of and ndmiro everybody's rebels but our own." Tho Irish Chief Secretary, boing tho owner of a lino ostrich, which some days ago was safely dolivored of nu egg, received the following telegram from his steward: "My Lord, aH your lordship is out of the country, I havo procured tho biggest gooso i could find to sit on tho ostrich's egg." Ono of Lamb's best things was his reply to a French infidel, who pre sumed in his presenco to sot up tho character of Voltaire in opposition to that of Christ. "Yos," stammored Lamb, "Voltairo was a vory good Jo sus Christ for tho F-F-F-French 1" Tho Tidioulo (Pa.) Journal tolls a story of a dying man at whoso request a danco was hold tho night previous to his decease in tho building which ho occupied, for tho purposo of raising funds to pav for "a decent funeral." 1'ho receipts wore $GG. "Glory bo to God 1" said tho dying man, "now I'll have a decent burying, and tho child ren can rido in a hack." A member of tho Now York Con stitutional Convention in session at Albany, said to tho Hon. William M. Evarts, tho other day: "I suppose this is tho ablest body of men ever assembled in tho Stato of Now York." "My dear sir," responded Evarts, "thcro can scarcely bo any doubt of it; for I havo heard tho samo remark made by almost ovory member of the Convention 1" Tho conversation closed just at this point. Jlochcslcr Vemocralc. C. H. WHEELER' f ; , . o ir .v IS ready to supply tlic trndo universally, a iievv nnd splendid stock of with BOOTS AND SHOES ! Which Imvo Imt arrived, nml niuliUnnnl stylos sre constniitly nirlvinjf, consisting of Iho very LATEST FASHIONS, And wnrniniodof thclieatmntorinl, In eluding Ladles and Jliwos' Cnlr, Glove KM, Half Polish, Halmo rnl, High Out. lluttoii (iml Sorgo flniters. Those Ladles' Uigli llnltoli llooti! are the nont oat, and give tlio iK-st satisfaction, of any thai have ever been exhibited!!! this place. Also, Men and Hoys' Hoots anil Shoes of all kind ami styles. IN ItKOAlll) TO Ottlt CUSTOM WORK IWOI.M LOZHNGliS ! I Al . without exception, the in.wt cxlr.voidinarv wmu oil1 the m a1 Comprising, ax thy do, icmnrkablc power in EXrELX-XWTG WORMS, safety: They we challenge tho City of Now York, for Fashion, Durability and price. services i .nr. We havf to say that Having secured tho XX. G. BARNUM, A gentleman of original a-id ineehaiueal aliility, who, with the ro-operatinn of ehoiee and cx perieiieod workmen, is constantly manu facturing Ladies' and (lout's wear, ' consisting of Serge Gaitors, llut toii Hoots, Oxford Tioh, and Hoots made from French & Lo Moinc Call' ! Which always fit perfectly. Shoo findings we always Keep, including an Kinus oi idiATiiin:, PEGS, AWLS, AC. Tin; Spinet. Any lady who will talco tho troublo to mount to tho fourth sto ry of tho Messrs. Chickoriny's piano btoro in tho city of New York, may seo such a spinet as Mrs. Washington, Mrs. Adams.and Mrs. Hamilton played upon when they were littlo girls. It is a small harp shaped instrument on legs, exceedingly clumsy in construc tion, the case rough and unpolished, tho legs liko thoso of a kitchon tablo, with wood castors such as were for merly used in tho construction of cheap bedstads of tho trundlo variety. Tho keys, ho wove, arc much liko thoso now in use, though they aro fewer in number, and tho ivory is yellow with ago. If tho reader would know the tono of this ancient instrument, he has but to stretch a brass wire across a box between two nails, and twang it with a short pointed pieco of quill. And if the reader would know how much bettor tho year 18G7 is than 17 00, ho may first hear this spinet play ed upon in Messrs. Chiekcring's dusty garret, and then descend to ono of tho floors below and listen to the round, full, brilliant singing of a Chickoring grand, of tho present illustrious year. But as much as that grand piano is better than that poor littlo spinet, by so much is tho present time hotter man mo days wnon Jjouib A.1V. was king. If any inlolligont person doubts it, it its either because he docs not know that ngo, or beeauso ho does not know this ago. In addition to tho nhovo wo arc In possession of n complete assortment of CrooKory, Glass Waro, China, Tablo Cutlery, Ivo'Hl'atont Kernscno Lamps, and Toilet Bold, Which ho aro constantly ronton tailing. Wo do not limit tho pale of tlirHO Goods, hut allow tho purchaHer to select theiefroin, which is not customary with all Crockory dealers. PIcaso can and ex amino the largest and licst selected STOCK OF CllOCKHRY In tho county. Wo will always show goods with plcusuro, and know that upon examination of all tho nhovo Roods, and all who wish to purchase economically, win no satisiioti mat in pneo ami quality of goods wo arc cheaper than tho cheap cat. Also, on hand, a largo stock of jQJRTST goods Which must and will ho closed nut without ro- gard to cost. llememDer tlio place. C. 11. VYJIKKLUH. 138-ly Main Street, opposite tho Court llouso With pleaant taste and perfect contain No Mercury, No Mineral, No Turpentine, Xo Oil of Wornmcod, No Potanu, Nothing Injurious Vegetable. They arc Knlircly V KIH31 ANI NEW GOODS ! -AT What's is a Nash- A correspond ent of that " ablo and independent " sheet, tho Grass Valley A 'alional, says; "Wo fell in, during u chanco journey of ours, a fow months ngo, with an old Kansas man, who had moved with his numerous family from Yarmount, to tho Western wilds. It boing Into, wo tarried with him all night. Wo wcro surprised at tho progeny which ho owned. Ono was namt d Domos- thones, anolhor Cicero, and another PericleB, another Arist o p h a n o h Still another was named Apollo Bel vid crous, and ho, as ho told us, was tho ' humblobt ono of tho lot;' and Biiro enough ho was a scraggy looking specimen, These were tho boys. The girls camo in with such names as As pasia, Phryno, Malpomcno, Xantippe, Mcssaliua, Cleopatra, Agrippina, and tho last ono was named Betsy Ann. Wo asked tho old man why ho hap pened to givotho children such unusu al names, and indeed wo wero aston ished at tho extent of what seemed to bo his clacsical learning. Ho inform ed us that it happened liko this: A showman camo along with wax figures on exhibition, and tho names on tho figures wcro so nico that ho ' writ ' them down, and namod his childron according to tho list afterwards. 'But how came it,' wo enquired, 'that you named ono of your girls Betsy Aim ?' 'Well,' ho replied, 'tho wax figures run out, and I had to full back and do tho best I could out of my own head.' " J No. 2, DaiTOw Block ! ! (TIIK OI.Il STAND Of WM, .V. H3UT1I.) Tho undersigned havo recently purchased tho vmiro hiocu oi C L 0 T H I N G FURNISHING GOODS Of Win. N. Smith, and havo made oxtonslvo ad' ditions, comprising tho newest SPBETO STYLES Every man spoaks and writes with an intent to bo understood; and it Ecldom happens, but ho thrtt under stands himself might oastly convoy his meaning to anoinor, it, content to bo understood, ho did not seek to bo ad mired, but when once ho begins to contrivo how his seutimonts may bo received, not with most caso to his reader, but with most advantage to himself, ho then transfers his consid eration from words to sounds, from sentences to periods; and as ho grows more elegant, becomes less intelligible. llunliii unit III SulU, Over Siiilta, Gjiixx Peas, Thcso should boboilod in very littlo water with a toaspoonful of salt to a pint of water, and if tho peas aro not very sweet, add a littlo sugar. When they aro young, fifteen minutes is sufliciont to boil thorn. Drain them and add butter, popper find salt to tho taste. ileol I'rm ka ami Suck, lllitck III mill lot It Kioclis itml .Sinks, IllucU Jlot'hiilll JiiiiIm ami Vi't, I,lht anil Dark Mali 111. I jHlllL. AUo a full liue of BOYS' CLOTHJNQ uent'ii lunilnlmiB Goods or svery variety, .iml IU BEMIS PATENT SHAPE COLLAR In particular. Our line of HATS AND CAPS 1 or men and boy cannot he oicelled in I-nnki liii oouuly. Wo aro duljirralitort to soil goods at i'""" " uiv luowi who win iriv tin call at No. 2 Darrow hloch Ml. AlUaiiB, Yt. SMITH k i'OSTl'.It, l. n smith 010-3m o. ii, vowrcu. svMPTOJNS or woiims: Itchlim of tho How. ioverlshlieiii. twltchinit or Nlnrtins suddenly dmiiiK sleep, pnlu in the Rtomach, foe of llcsh, paleness itti hectic, ap petite sometimes voracious, at others frrblf, n dnlhirsB of the eyoB, drowsiness, a swelled up per lip, tongue lightly furrod, and studded with rcu spots. leiieu or garnc nicatli, grinning of teoiiiuiinna sleep, a sensation oi imiatm-nt in the throat. an utinaturnhcritving for dirt.chslk or clay, fretfnhioss and irrobillty of temper, cholic, Ills and palsy. INTESTINAL WORMS: Aro nmoMir. the lirst lo undormino tho oonslltii. Hon, in tho list of dUeattes. They often occa sion severe iiisenso, oiHtuijf somotlniert fat all v, particularly when they ascend lo the stomacji. Their presence in their most ordinary situatnm is attenueii utn iiniavoraoio etleets ujioii tlic general health. EMINENT MEN ASSERT That all are more or less troubled with worms, ami that many Uio annually from this cause won, DviMcumriy niiiiiinistraiion or a prop, i remedy, would bo saved. As IVUows Worm Lozciiecb mav.be taken without nnv minleasnnl result, and tis most children are fotnl of them, llietr use is reconinioniled to those npparentU honllhy, and thus dispel tho cause of what would product) HUll'eilng. BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU USE. Various remedies have, from time to lime been recommended. such as I'alomel. Oil of Wornihecd, Turpentine, Ac, so that dan gerous and oven fatal consoquonc.es aro pro duced. Tho necessity of a safe and suro ii;mo dy has caused much research and study by the proprietors of Fellows' Worm J.ozengos. "Thev aro positively safe, pleaBant and effectual. T'liey do not kill the worms, but act bv making their dn oiling place dlsagreohble to them. In order, however, to guard consumers against deception by n base compound, the analysis of Dr. A. .V. IfayoH, Stale Asgayer, proving tlio abofc state ments, is annexed: "I have analysed the Worm Iizengis pre pared by Messrs. Follows A Co., and Ihid that thy are free from mercury and other nietalic or mineral matter. These l,oy.eiiges are skilfulh compounded, jileasaut to the taste, safe, ye't sure and efl'eetive ill their action. Itespoctfullv. A. A. flAYKS, 31. I)., AsBaycr to the Slate of llass." PLEASE REMEMBER Th.vt Fellows' Worm I,07,enges nro prepared with groat care from concentrated extracts of two plants, They do not act as purgative or emetic, will not debilitate the patient, nro so simple an iufant may dowiuro a box without harm, and will at the samo time oxpel worms in nu extraordinary manner. - Fellows 'Worm Iiwnges is the onlv Worm Itemed- in existence, combining lmrai Icss qualities with delicious taste and amazing power. TESTlKEONIill? From persons of tho first respectability in Xew JlruiiHwick, conceiniiig FEHOIAVS' W01LV LOZENGES. from a Jiitttce oflhe i'rticc V.ums, U. , May 12, lPr.5. Messrs. Fellows .t Co (IhiiIh: I acimlentlv Hcnt the other day to a store for some Veriiifuge aim uio man, not Having much on liauil, sent mo somo of your Worm Lozenges. Jly children showed signs of wonns at tho time. 1 gave them aceotding to directions, and in tnenn four hours from the time they commenced tak ing the Ii.enges, one (,i Isjy' about the jears old) had passed twenty iHe' largo worms; tin other (a girl three years old) had passed twelve; ou i ueem ii out iiisi to snv, mat. Hum this slight acquaintance with your remedy, I feel sal lied that your l.ozoiiL'es aro eliean. convenient. safe, and more effectual than the ordinary reme dies: and as such I cheerfully recommend to all heads of families. lours, with respect, JOHN S. L'OLl'JTTS, J. 1'. Kov. Mr Jackson. DantistClerirvinaii. wntiiiL- from St. Martins, in reference to tho Worm IjOongoB, savs: Jlessrs. Fellow .t Co. OcnU: It affords mi grout pleasure in saying inai 1 hao Known in my own lamlly, and in the families of others wonderful effects produced In tlic destruction o: worms by your Worm hozeinroa; and I ean cer tify most conscientiously that 1 believe them to lio the most etlectual remedy that bus ever been inveuteci ior mo removal or worms from tlio hu man stomach; and J hopo, gentlemen, in pre- oemoifc oinii u vuiiiuoic inooicine to ine world, thaty on may receive largo patronage from the puuuu in general. l remain, sirs, yours trulv, WELLINGTON JACKSOX. St. JIartius, N. 1., Aug. 15, 18.VJ. J'i'jswlans' leslmwiy in Javor of JYflow's II Unih JAIZVliqHS, Salisbury, JulvUO, 185G. jlcssrs. Follows A Co.. St. John fliitl..inn I havo havo examined vour Worm .I.ozi.hcy.h ana lia o uoconm acquainted with their eltocts us an auiiieiiiimue, anil nave nmcii pleasure in reconimoiiding their use as a safe and cll'ectual remedy lor worms, and 1 lully believe that their employnient aa sucli will gio salisfaelion. louis, rospectiuiiy. W. H. FOIIAY, 31. 1). Mlar TroniUto Jlcc. J)r. Cluylo the lititor of the Vliriuian I uitor Carleton, St. John, N. 1!., Nov. 11, 18fiu 3Ir. Hdltor. I was induced to trv I'elinuu' LozoiiROB, having had a number of eli'ililren im. dor inyoaro whoso stomachs wcro so irritable the ordinary medicine could not be retained moment; and the buccobb that followed their uso was so complete that I can recommend Hi, in as one of the moat pleasant and safe medicines in;u oau yo aumiiiiHiejoii. -.t'nwi v itm v ri .. , UJII kfil, , Bt. John, N. )., 3Inrch, 1850. Jlossrs. lellows A Co.: This is in crnfv Hmi my little boy, aged six jean, ha.iu been much iiuuoHMi nun worms oi uio, l adniiuilnttl ft.iir of your Worm Lo nges, asjsir direetuuis, and in nine hours after hu pat oil M-vural large w-ornia. TJieso Lozenges nro particularly alu ablo, as tlio Children aro fond of tliBin. You aro at liberty to uso this for the lienellt of otheis. JIATTHKW llAltlllhOX. rU. John, N. 1)., Oct. 30, 185. Jll'SflH. l l'llllUM A Co lt M.1ll.i Ii. v..i, II. heads of familios, and to tho "public, at large. mat i shoillil ive a statement of the i lleets ( jour norm Jxeiiges m my imiulv. 3 v dnnuh ler. aged about live years, had been troubnd with a severe cough nearly two years, tlrst m ltorchester, ilawt., where our doctor attuded ner ior tome Uuie; tiuduigji did not help her, iiiuLiiieu a v in I w uiui inner common rcmedicN. without giving reiicf. Siuco I cauic lo thu citv , a iiwu n uiuuu'jii Kin. nnn niinino mar in. child glen wou, mi that wo really though! she .mum me, aim we uMpairuil oi getting a reme dy. At last a lady friend called in, aud aiwured ino that the child wt troubled with worm, and " ' eoiigii onsinaieii irom mat cause, i V P ILOTOG HA T 11 G AXIERY, FORMERLY STYLES' GALLERY. The subscriber, who has for the past year been "Operator" for Jtr. A.F Styles, and who Hat ters himself that he has, at least, sus tained the former high reputation of tho "Style diiUi fii" wishes til call partiwilar attention to the fact that he has -cuntlv purchased and l'Ofltted I he same, nnd is now Furnish IMifilagrniiliB, Amhrntnifls. Ferrotypes, l'orwlaln anil Hem plcttircii. rtifd nil other stvles now roquired. and which will bo executed in the highest sll8 of tho art, without am unnecessary do lay nnd at r Burnable prices. Having possesion of the Negatives that Imvo Upi-n taken at thi' Gallery, 1 in pre pared to furnish copies at am lime. I can also fur nish copies enlarged to any required size and colored ill the lmist perfect manner, either In Oil or Water colors, sepia, or India ink. Par ticular attention given to copying old picture" of all kinds. In uliort. my arrangements art such, that any niotnre from the Cheapest to the Host and most Exju-n-ive, can now bo obtained at thiC)allcry. T1SFA OTWK G VA 11 A KTEKI) ! In all eases. I would also call attention to n large stock oOviujie and (Kal Frames of all kinds whielf nrvtiiltrhd ut as low prices as Any in A. H. MUNYAIM ! Hub vicinity. Hlvtes " ailFEN MOVXTAIX SCFXKliy" On hand and for sale, lb member the place, ov er Ijeonard. llrainerd .V Co s. Drug Store, Main Strict, St. Albans, t. it. ii. sjriTit. May 7th, ll7. lJ-lv rpilANKFUli for past favors, would sav to his .1. frinnds that he still continues the bhtdnnsa ut the old Htnud, established moro th.m rORTY YEARS AGO, And that he is now prepared to exhibit tho larg est stock of WATCI1CS. CLOCKS, JllWKLllY, FANCY GOODS, AO., liver ofl'ereil In this maiket. Atson largo ttock of PLATED GOODS! Having been niipoltiliMl nont for tlio sale of Win lltii;rN Noh'n PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS, For the State of Vermont. Also agent forthe Iwat Jlanufactorios in the country, is prepared to till orders to families nnd to tin; truth in tuiy qnantity. A very large stock of goods of every style and variety usually kept in This Ifne, now on hand and will be sold at prices to suit custom ers, l'lense call before purchasing elsewhere. St. Albnns, February isth, 1S07. l.l-tf ZTiavcUcv-s (Liuidf. V 1IA1L1I0ADH. VVN SPRING ARRANGEMENT. Commencing July 1st, 1807. TRUSS OOISrt SOt'Tlt ANL KABT Iyonve St. Albans at 0.0) a. m., 11:16 a.m.. 12 in., cafl p. ni. Mall Train leavi s IVmse's Point at 1:30 n m receives passengers lioni Ogdeiisburgh lt.lt'' and connecting at While llivcr Junction and Hell noil- i mis vviui irnius ior llOStllll. lVill'Ki.kl.lr Sprlngtleld, nnd and with twins on l'nssunipsle It. It., nnlves at New York at 10. in p. m. rmyKxpress leaves Montreal at i.loa. m. St Johns nt 10:00 a. m., Ogdensburgh nt fi-UO a. m.. House B Point nt 10:15 a. m.. for linxt nil .t ... CROCSSERIT ! ATOTIl'l',. The Union Hank ofSwanton Falls. I 1 Yt., whoso charter tenninateil January 11th 1S07, gives nntico that it will redeem its' out- standing bills, at the National Union Itank of S'wnnton Yt., for ono year from January 12th, 1807, agreeable to the following act, said Hank having been converted into said National Union Hank of Swanton, Vt. N. A. LASKLL, Cashier. Swanton Falls, January 11th, 18G7. 1 have just ic.eiwd a large lot of first nnd HI Com! qll.llllv ul Mom ,llld ( hill, l W.lli, 11111- prising two Ni w and Llegant I'atti rns called lieu, in am rutmis. Also a larL'e smcK oi Cutlery, (thus ,uul Stone Ware, which I oiler for nale clu iiji. Please call and see In fore purchas ing I'lM'n uere. l the mil rnrrar IllocK. one door nortli or (leorge li. Fmrar's. 1'. U. SKl.N.MOU. St. Albans, Oct. 21lh. 1M!0. l!)0-tf NSl'ltAXCM.-'l'lio uiiilersigiied will take risks for cither of the following lirst class Insurance Companies: Insurance Company OF NEW 1IAVFN ; SIck-Ic, 81,000,000. 1 among Policy Homo Three-fourth" rlvlntr in lloston. via. Lowell nt Hi in Niglit LxpresB leaves Ogdensburgli nt 11.30 a. m., Montreal at 1:15 p. m., House's Point at 5.40 vl L"'.Pt' ',olin'' nt 1:'5 1'' ,n, "r'lving at lloston at 8. 10 n. m., connecting at DcIIowb Falls with Cheshlro lload for lloston nnd Worcester and with Vermont Valley Itailroad for Springllcld, Ac., and nnivhiL' in NewYorU at P2.00 p. m. TnUNS (llilSll NOIITII AM) 1!ABT. Leave Tor M.ontrcnl nt (1:10 a. in.. (1:15 and 7:30 p. m. For House's Point and OgileiiBburuh at (i:n.1 and 11:00 a. m., 2:20 and 7U5 p. m. Day ICxpreBB leaves lloslon via. Lowell 8.0J a, ni. for lluiliugtoii, Ht. Albans, and Montreal, arriving at Montreal at U:00p. in., and OkiIohs' burgh at 5.30 a. in. Mail Train leaves lloston via Lowell, nt 7:00 a. m., via Lawrence and Fitchburg at 7.110 a.m. Springfield nt 7:15 a. m., for llurlington, St. Al bans, and Ogtlcuftburgh. The train leaving IhaUm via. Fitchbiirgh at 7::5,.ni7 ?,M sl'lill8fleW at 7,15 a. m., eonnect at White llivcr Junction with Day Kxiiress Train. AceommiHlntion Train loavos Northlluhl at 7.10 a. m., for IlurliiiBton, lliitland, Ht. Albans, House's Point, Ogendesburgh, Ac. Night KxpiKSd leaven Hollow!) Fulls at 10.00 p, in., rci-oiviiig jmuncugcrs from Vermont Vnllov Itailroad. leavincr New York at 12.15 n. m.. nml from Cheshire itailroad, leaving lloston nt 6rf)0 p. ni., connecting nt Whitfl llivcr Junction with train leaving lloston at 5:00 p. in., for Hulling ton. House's Point, Montreal and Ogdeiisburgh, coimci'iing wiiii urauu xninn irains ror the ! West. I Sleeping cars are attached to Isilh the night I HxpivsH trains running lwtwTPii St. Albans and I 1 to-1 on, ami St. Albans and Snrincllehl. Through tickets for Chicago and tho West for , snie 4i me principal statu 'lis. j O. MEItlULL, Sup. St.AlbaiiB. Jlay 13, 18G7 . I 1) I'Tli.YXI) AMI IIUIlLIXGTtTvVl) VT I .1 V VALLEY HAILHOAl). (in mill nrtri- Mnv "i.l 1KH7 Iml.i. lll An net relating to the reihunption of li.mk notes. I an follows, vir. : " ' It His hereby enacted, Ac. j muviku south and iiaht. .kc. i. Aiier tne expiration or the eiini tor or , l,onve llurlington st 0:00 n. m 1:85 p. m. 10.00 any bank chnrtered by this State, or after the , 5;.r p.m. Arrivoat Itiitland nt 11:10 a. m.. 1:15 termination of thu existence of any such bank, I p. ni. 12:15 a. in. 0.35 p. ni. agreeably to the laws of this State, such b.-.nk ' Leave Hutlaml at 1:00 a. m., 12:00 in., 3:15 n m may cause notice to be published in all the week- A l :2il p. m. Arrive at llellows VaU at 7:10 and ly newspapers of the county where such bank is ; 2:20 p. in., and 8:50 A 3t82 a. nt located, for one fiillvear. sottine foith that said I l. bank will redeem its outstanding bills the day a:37 a in. Arrivo nt P.lntlhm 7 S.f.n m' ll, I iintiuinii; III i' IIVliX I II l SONS lfcH7,BW,,,m,'th'aUH W(lfc SPACIOUS WAREROOMS, with mie or the inn.t, ,,,,.., , 1'lete Slock, ,XfU""c a"1 ... Filled F U R N I T U R J 1cr10"':d n this market. t. -,,,, ally invite nttentlon to a hie l()t Setts, woith from tijt,, 1(,t uf t'lua,, PARIOR SUITS, Tu wilt ntiy imrn and room, chain t desription, Parlor. 1W and ' " J CaneSiats ?.,,1 l)inh.g (M,n, Ihi.liig and Intension Ti.1,1, , i , r' ges, llurenus, HdlMi mi,. ,i, CHILDREN'S CAhlllAi.r of the profits divide holders. York. InU'nialioiial of Nimv C l'7'.l., 1,(W0.I'0I). Kiip iind Marine of Sjiiinlicld. llllllll Kt-lv. S.'OO, ((. roMjiiiiinroi'' i iiiY, CAP2TAX. STOCK, S-IOO.OOO. Motro)oJitan of Ncav York Capital. $1, 000,000. Fach of the above anixitnN of stock paid in. M. IIUCK, Agent, Ollice over Weeks' slore, St. Albans, VI. Nov. 1st, lMili, U-f. of tho expiration of its charter or the date of ' the termination of its existence, and ix copy of1 this act. Ami upon duo publication of sucli no- i tiee, neither such bank nor its officers shall lie liable to any action for the noii-redeinption fur any of its outstanding bills, unless the same shall have been duly presented and pav incut theienf demanded within tin vcar aforesaid, nt the banking house of said IminV Sk-. 2. Alter the expiration of the charier, or after the termination of the existence of nnv such bank, as nfoiesaid, sucli bank shall ee:i to Is-subject to the oeratiin, or lu.ble to the provisions of the sixty-third section of chaptei eigiiiy-nuie oi tne general statute- Si:c. a. This net shall tnko effect from its passage . Approved Nov. 1!), 1 lltf-ly Gr. B. SMITH, Hetail Dealer in. ;i:10 p. in., 1:27 a. in. MOV1NO .NOltTll AND WEST. Leave Drattloboro' at 10:36 . in., 1:10 A OflO p. m. Arrive at Hollows Falls at 11:35 n. in., and 5:10 and 9:55 p. m. Leave llellovvs Falls at 11.15 a. m., 5 Fi p. in. I0.IHI p. ni..V20 Arrive at Itutland at 2-oo p. m., ii iKi p. in.. 12.:t5 a. m..lil (fia. m. I.i nve imtnmdal o.I.i a. in., 2.0.) p. ic . 5 M p. iii.l 30 a. m. Airive nt llurhiiMtnii nt :."0 a. m., l.llj . in., ami 7 .")) .1. in. 4.15 a. m. 1 TISWNS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS: i Mr At llurlington with Hoats on Ijike Cham- 1 plain and eimi.tit Central ami Vermont and Cuiiiolu liailroads, for Moolpilier, St. Albans, House's Point, Montreal, Ogiloiislnirgh, and the West. At Uutlnnd with trains for Tlov, Albviv and New York, Saratoga Springs, Seln imeUdv, and the West. At lkllows Falls with trnins i'n Cheshire Itailroad for Fitchbiirgh, Worcester, Lowell, ami Itowton. AVith Vt. Yaltev ltnllr.m.l I for lirattleboro', Springfield, Hartford, New In ' vm, and New Yorkand with Sullivan Hnilnud j for Windsor, White llivcr Junction, Wells ll-ver. ! St. Joliusbury, Newiirt, Littleton, and the i vv iiuc .Mimuiams, In largo variclv. Mirrors, p tnr 1( , vnrions moiilil ngs, In all Miai.,,,,, ,', y have nddeil a in w d, ,,artin. u business, and havo Ju,t , ,i thoiifand lloll, PAPER HANGINGS, Of all pricis, and unbracing ntw mi fl,,...i patterns never Isforo onerd in tlintiun i Also, some choico designs in K i,rw . k imlow shades. We also keep cimsUm t n hand n large assnrtinent of c o IT HATS, CAPS, fi4 FURS, i...T i.iv u, , , ,, . ! Paswugeri for the West will find this a cheap. lllinalo mill 1 H11CV Slnlull ni.1iM l nr flvel-eonl ..V.... . 1 . . -r--- , - iiir-unum, uiiu ejklN'iuiioiii. roilie. LUMBEK YAKJ) S(cl)l)in Street Near Froighl Dcpod fill IK subscriber has on hand mid offers foi .1. sale at fair prices, a good assnitmeiit of PIN E LUMBER, Sprurr Hour Hoards, hllh, , ' ' .Vi iuglrt, 'IHV 'll, i ,'s, ft ilit, nfr7.l, J'liir hfiitliing, Jleml ft J'euve JSiHtrtit, Hemlock Iloartlt, Plank, Scautliu, and all kinds of Timber. Csill and examine Stuck and Prices. Terms, "C. 0. IV THOMAS II. MAHVIN. P. S.-nOO.OOafoot Hemlock Luinbcr, nhd 100 Cords of Wooil b arrive. lOt-Om ( o to tho Now Storo of Win. N. Smith A Co., VJ for Silk Miieil and Harris Suits. Ladies' Dress Furs, Fur aud Puck Ciloveu Mittens, Valises, Umbrellas, Trav eling Hags, Trunks, Ac, Ac. South 31uin Street, St. Alltaus, Vt. PAID CASH 107-tr FOR SHIPPING GIL11CHT 11. FURS. SMITH. Gt to tho Now Store of Wm. N. Smith A Co.. for all tho new styles of Spring Hats ami Caps. Gt O to the Now Store of Win. N. Suilth a"Co7, T for Fancy Cass. Suits, of all kinds. GH to the New Store of Wm. N. Smith A Co., f for nico Sack Coats, of all kinds. ( 1 o to tho Now Store of Wm. N. Smith A Co. for now assortment of Furnishing Goods. -yuH'i nv 1'' MTUI MISS E. DUMAS, After several ors of auccewful huslnos in Iho MILLliN'IJKlWANI) DKKSS JIAKINfi lliuliHias, up stairs, has Riiccoodml in lirocuriug a Kalesi-oom Downstairs, and with this dow nward movement, tho prices of hgr Nuvv and Ulegaut Stock Of M1X.LINERY GOODS ! GKRAND OPENING- DRTT GOODS AT- Ereck tt Wctliorboo's, HAVING Just returned from market with a largo asMirtntoiil of FOKKION AND UOMKSTIO I)HY GOODS, HHOWN AND I5LKA0IIFD COTTONS GENTS FUHNISIIING GOODS, Fancy Cassimcres, llroad Cloths, Doeskins, Tweeds, Cloaks, Shawls, Oloakiiigs, Cloak Tiimiiiinge, Yankuo Notions, Ac. ALSO, SUGARS TEAS, COFFEE, and SPICES. Pleaso call and oxamiiio quality and prices. 110-tf lIltlXK A WFniEHUKF.. 1 FOH TICIUST!, and all necessary informal ion I enquire at tne umces on the line. I 1-tf. GEO. A. MF.HItlLL. Snpt I T-OUTIIHH.V HAH.KDAl). WINTEU AHllANQEMEK r-1801-5. On and after Monday, Nov. 14, 1SGI, Passenger Trains will run as follows : rPWAIU) TBA1VK. Day Exitress Trnin leaves Concord at 0.a, a. in., lor White Hiver Junction, connecting with trains Tor Montpclier, liurliugtnn, House's Point, Montreal, Ac., and with (Woindmrgh and Oratui Trunk Hailmads, for the West. Mail Train leaves Concord at 10.15 a. in., for White Hiver Junction, connecting with train for Wells Hiver, St. Johnnburv, Dm ton, Newport, Willoughby and Magog Lakes, Ktanstenil, llath, Littleton, and Ijuncaster; also, with trains for Miiiitpelier,lnrluigton,Kt. .Vlbnns, lbmse's Point, Molitrela, Ogdeiisburgh, nnd the West. Hristol Train leaves Concord at 3.30 p. m., for Franklin and Bristol. Evening Express Train leaves Concord at 8.15 p. m., for White Uiw r Junction, eoinu eting with trains for Montpclier, lluihiigton, St. Albans, House's Point, Moutnal, Ogdeiisburgh, and the West. Or on nrriv al or trnins from llostoii.Worcvster, Portsmouth. Portland. Ac. 1M1WNWAIID TIl.VIXS. Morning Expreas Train haves White Hlvei Juuctinn fur Concord at 1.15 a. m., or on arrival of train from OgdViiaburgh and Montreal. On Mondays at 0.25 instead of 1.15. Ilrittol Train leaves Ilristoi for Concord at 8 a.m., and 1-ranklhi nt 0.13 n. m. Mall Train leave Whito Hiver Junction for Concord at 12.15 p. in., or on arrival of trains V.Vff, '-I1,0 vrotit .Central, PassunipMic, and White Moitntaiits Hailroads. Day Express Train leaven White Hiver Junc tion nt l.fiS p. in., or on arrival of trains from .Montreal and Ogdeiisburgh, ISratthilsuo', Kecnc, DollowH Falls, Windsor, Ao., connecting at Con oord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell and lloston. Those trains connect at Concord with trains for Manchester, Lawrence, Portsmouth, Port land, Nashua, Worcester, New York, Ixiwell. and lloston. (IXKI.IIW JI'I'IMl'Vu a ....... ....1.7, Concord, N. II., Nov. 10, 1801. 1-tf. 1S07. ISGi ALL Just opened, have been equally eft'ectcd. aic nuw on exhibition aud sale at LOWER PRICES They miiiiiiuaicicu your norm ljjteugca tills mniii ins; wo were lutlouisliixl ! tlio child passed ov- v. u juiu o oi ins, nun soiiiu lis large tu my lit tle linger. Our IiiiIk', only wveutoeii montlis old, ate two Lozenges, and, although ncuimiigly hoalthy, it pasbod u worm at lttiiF,t eight inches long. 1 am happy tosay that tlielittloKiil, wiio lot' live daVll hail eutoll wnlenlv nnvllihiD In. ii good appelito, and is now doing well. A. HATFIELD. I'iire .'J mil, jut ,. lime, for it Dollar. Ihau ever before olfurotl in town. Ladies, you will do well to giro her a call, if in need of anything in thu line of M1LLINJJ11Y OlinilFSS MAKING! HoinomUir tho placo, Nortli Store, Bafford Hlock , St. Albans, Vt. May 13, 1807. lCG.tf Ogdouahurgli & Lake Oharapiain Eailroad. SPECIAL NOTICE. ii., uiimuiu muuiuuiu win ue nrenareu ior' -v v .... i n , , ,i ,.i ,om th present at tho Now England llouuic Depot, I ( ) .ani1 ft,,r "S!"!'' 15,KW u l,a8 Hoston, for tlia ProprietuiT J. C. Fit EN C II - I tM' will loavo Housoii Point on ar The slgimturo of Fellows . Co.. is ,ittu..l,.,l 'i.. . "V1.1 ,, Vermont Coutial train, leaving North- each genuine box. w, . , ,m JHi ji i.,n L-rin iniiv . .Inneiir.,, n in .. ' ii ..., n..i.,t THE NEAr STEAM MILL! OF Bingliam & Lincoln, Near lie Kiclglit Dcput, SI. Alliuim, VI., is now ready to grind corn meal, fine or coarse and all kinds of grain for feed. This Si ill was built by Uol mis it Illniicliitnl, ,,f Hus ton, of the best French lturr, is complete in eve ry respect, and is capable of grinding tvienlv flvo bushels per hour, lluiug dependent on neither wind or Hoods for power, we can do all work of this kind without hindrance to our cus tomers. Wo shall bo prepared to furnish corn in the kernel, or ground, and nt all timco fresh and as cheap as elsewhere. Wo aro also ready to receive orders for Sasli, lilimls and Doors, Mouldings and Houso Finishings of every de Mrnption, of as good material and workmanship iu nnv fitlw-vi ulinll in flin Mint.-. 1 wo I'uni ri'' ill tuv )t4(Ui Huch as JOB WORK, T, , - .'..IIU1H VUllll Killll, IVUIilll, .W.liC Jleld at 7:10 a, in., Montpalicr 1:'i0 u. m., Water buryH uaa. w., llurlington 0.10 n. ni., Essoj Goiieral AuonU in i aii,L,.V i T n i i I Juni' 10,1 '10 Houses Point 12:11) p. m. 111 i laiiuiig. Matching, luruing, Scroll Sawing, Done to order with Machinery which is I'lovvuud of the latest improvement. With these fncjli. ties to civo perfect katisfactloii, wo bolicit a lliaro of publlopationagq' 31INGHAM A LINCOLN. St. Albans, Feb, 37, 1BC7. 15Hf. OGDENsnunau to the west. Xoi'tlteni Tr(nsj)ort(f(loti Co. Tho only Through Dailv Lino lietween OGDENSBURGH AND CHICAGO And Intermediate Ports. ONLY SIX DAYslTlliOL'GH WITIIOLT CJIAXliH OF JIOAT. This Veil known and relfable Company, will, during tho presold Season, mil their Lino of lirst class upper Cabin Steamers dally, hetwoen OgdLUsburgh, Oswego, Cleveland, Toledo, Do tmit, Chicago, Milwaukee, and Intermediate ports, leaving Ogdeiisburgh on arrival of Ex press train from the E.ist. PA SSENGEHS AND FAMILIES Moving West, can embark with their luggage, loams, Stock, &o and land togethor without disturbance or transhipment, at their port of destination, thus avoiding the great ineonvenl once of the many changes, delays nnd oxpensos of other routes. These Steamers havo urge Cabins and State Hoouis, amply and neat ly luriiishcd, for lirst class Puhsongers, and Second Cabins with Cook Stovos and Comforta ble accommodations for Passengers and Fami- iien, nun may wish to luruisii tiieir own provi sions. LT&- No efforts will be tpared to main tain the reputation of this, ua tho CHEAPEST AND REST ROUTE! A thorough rebuilding, reiltting, repairing and refurnishing, with several new boats added to the line, makes this now the most comforta ble, pleasant, nnd expeditious route to the great Went, fa' He sure and see the Agents of this line before yon buy your tickets. Trusty men wilfa'lways meet passengers at tho depot in Ogdunsburgh to take checkM and rc-chcek Haggage. Ask for tickets via NORTHERN TRANSPORTATION CO'S STEAMERS! Wc will make it the interest or every Travel ler to set the Agents or this line before purch asing elsewhere. Through tickets over all the W estern Itailroad Lines can be obtcincd on ap plication to (JEO. W. SMITH, ollice corner Ford uud Patteieon Sts.. oppoiU Johnson House. Ogdeiisburgh, N. Y. ira- Ono hundred pounds id baggage froo to eaeli Pnsi-onger. RAG GAGE CHECKED THROUGH To all pomts. For through tickets and other inmniwtion, apply to U. A. EDDY, onico Steamers Landing, Ogdensbu.-gh, N, Y. Geo. W. Smith, Gon'l Ticket Agent. H. G. Goono, Passenger Agent, 10S-7m Rosewood it Motiilic Pases, Mr. II I i hun n W. ulilH I a I fru U.ld f.ir i h t. "119 p!- 'lai tl ti tidin i rusl ni for" 'i years, an i ' tln m inl Mr r lie gcur i .. vn lif n utiim wdii'ii lint tin 1.VI-K ' ' S of Furniture in the l ulled States, tail n an extensive and attracts. osortmftil vth we will sell on the most favorable Urmf I u al the New Store, opposite tin luiirt H 'UFf Hi Albans, Vt. 1-tf II. LlVIXdSro.N ,t .SO.N.S . -' t MEP.ICAN HOUSE, l!lchfi.nl.Vt .K. ifimi 2. A Smith Proprietors. Tim llmm h i is! in the centre of the village, ticjr the l ul House, Post-Oftice and Mills. 1,J-" Umo.v iiousi:, Hiciiroiin, Vt. ia-ly AL11EHT CLEM I '.NT, I'Mprift IMPOKTAiVT THEIR TO SOLDIKHS - AND WIDOWS. rpiioK ivrnni'.M'Hii auk iikhkm JL notilled that I am agent t- traii'i ' ness pertaiiiing to pensions, boiintits ai 1 pav. Claims of the alsive nature can ' r seiiteil, and their Ulowatices obtaiiinl v , " ingt,,' WM. JUIIW Is St. Albans, May 10th. lSCfi. HA ED WARE Saddlery, Carriage, i i AND i) Of every description. r piIE stock of goods in tho above lino JL rUlL AND COMPIETS And will be round to compriio all thatis in" ble in STAPLE and FANCY AHTICLI-S, HOl'Si; nTtsiMiis" (iOOl!' r HioIargeKt Stock of C TJ T Xa K 11 To bo found in the State CARPENTERS' & MACHINISTS' TOOLSi In great variety. 153-tf J. FHOTHINGHAM McflOW W MAY 15TB 1867. SAXEfcPUACE HAVE an immense Stock orGocUK"" ever by . XvmvUi Two led- jnd Our Storo and Slock aro both fresb, am prices f l- - ,fM,co Prints and Delains, 12 Vi IU Vlnltt. ....... i n ... on itnitlu' l'onlins pieces 1 l?!!J,,H' vnnis. WcU to 25 ccid! in .i and i nuns, i)iniii""i New v r..oiiiu if.u. KLrts. 100 pieces ''..,.. Wool Twine, llroadcloth at 1 Stones, Cloakings at fL mcW&W White Goods, Tcas- ex ra, y A,, ey wihs, jirooius, i - n,in i Solo Leather, Kro"c' hoots, SH01CS, nuimKitH. HATS, rkTil AND EVERYTHING A I0DY WANTS. 103-8111.