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TlHSTJUNSOttlPT, N. w Oiir friends In tho Hevcral towns 1 ""Jl mlimmns onutios will confer ft ' ' ',lt by wmUnii us all Urnm ot looal now y ,m. umU-r thoir obaorvatlon. Con- 1 W .h.uild, in all caROf , givo their names. " ! ..arilv for publication, bnt as a guaran " ' l futh N' matter about tho form of ' "W,'ba.na-8l" tlie "w,l,J0Ct mt" .nawwiUpntlHnto shape. , TANT TO At.VMlTlaEU1.-ThO TlUNSC.lllT IS,Tblc tho circulation in St. AlbMM or MS ' t r rr ntc.llntl.0 State. It circulation t;,,Sin"ca,lnff throughout Franklin and Tho ruling price for butter on Toesilay. was 25 cents. But a small ttlUf..ly wns brought to town, nnd j,i not of tlic boat quality. The briilgo on tho Central roiul, ,,mt two miles nbovo Dothol, wns Munt on Monday night Tho trains ,n conscquenco somewhat delayed. - -The Kov. J. 13. Pitman has tal:on ,e pastoral charge of tho Episcopal ,arh at Hiyhgato Falls. Sarah E. Northrop will open a vied School at Sholdon, on tho East tlJ, of the Crook, on tho 2d of Sop t tuber. The next term of tho Vermont ummercial College will commouco e- '. uber JUL ...-. i match game of ball between tho V time of the Sholdon club nnd tho , rd nino of tho Eagles, of St. Al-a.-,, t vk place at Sheldon on V. dnrs'lny, resulting in tho dofcat of .a latter by two runs. . . Mrs. Sarah Davis, of Fairfax, 1ms hi re sted on suspicion of causing i, i;h of tier stop-child on Thurs- fhst wcfk. The examination h place to-day before Justice nf Fairfax. iirafnlla's Sevunlb Hegiinont Na- 1 Unard Band failed to "como to . ,: ,m Monday ovoning, much to disappointment of our citizens. I..' land "laid ovor" in Troy tho t j.u r part of Monday, and henco .i uuable to reach Su Albans the .! day. "Wo aro roqnostod to say .. the concert will positively lake .a .m Fridav ( to-morrotvvoiunc. 1 1 iemy Hall will undoubtedly bo woll t i on tho occasion. i in the 30th ult., patents woro T J.tcd to tho following Vormoutors: 1 -ttr F. Dean, of SL Johnsbury, as- i r to self and John S. Parker, of place, for improved knife-cleaner; A J Iullain, of Spriugfiold, for im (i wd drilling apparatus; Win, W. Iir V f Brandon, assignor to the H 1 1 vuk Company, of samp place, ' r w. h,i scales. The travel in this direction is un ii . . wwj urge tins season. Every train tut (irnves lands at our depot a good V r.ti 'tr of peoplo who oither ro ta, u hero or proceed to Sheldou or Hybgate to visit the Springs at those I'm The attractions in St. Albans Ppr to bo fully appreciated by our Sniamcr visitors, who como from all puis of tho country. Tho views fiotn " lulls aro pronounced "inaguifi Cfnt" and not often equalled, if surf-wed. Many of tho drives about St. "bans aro very pleasant, and would abetter if tho roads woro somewhat ""Proved. In this connection wo "oHd say Uml, by far, too much filth a MioRed to accumulato in our busi es btrcets. A Utile care on tho part jJaw-rchauU nnd others, would mako tieso streets present a tidv and clcan I'pcwnncp. And why' should not eiro be used, as long as tho ex fp ""ending it is not worth mon- Statu JVews. HES.VIXQTOS COOXTV, 5!"src8 mo on foot providing for a '"oration nt lUni.mUi, n... ., '"""IMlUH, J H liiU III- pr''lm.g loth of August. Willard Holdon, of Arlington, U18 Ipft nn Mio OTll. U 1... I. ru over with a cart. . uirrrKxriEN county. I'ciicoBarnno nnt.,,.i:.w,u i.no ittv 000 towards tho endowmont , -Now London. N. H.. nu.tisf. ra'y and Scientific Institution. Cn'-iiDarwin A inimo M - of villo, Pn., ;H spending tho sum baruM' McCch' is(l"' of Sho1 CALtUOjJIA COUNTY. StcToe Ionian says of Mr. Honry ittll'1!,Wuoso death wo announced Abo 8 T,,ANSMI,1'r: lParalvi!Wi3'cars "8 ll0 oxperienced Uii. B..taok inco wlch timo ho dor, 1"f,rm mul for the last Cr8oflm lifc ho livca ' 11 'C 0?l8cOU8 tato. Mr. Stevens S? iy J n"01, hii fllthor' 0,10 of 7,, Cl'8' emigrating from ' Or Charlncfr...... W u ir ..-uvuwjj, ii, ii, Jiio took an notivo part in tho public affairs of tins county, and was well known throughout tho Stntc. Tho Caledonia Agricultural Society will hold its twenty-second Annual Fair at tho Fair Grounds, St. Johns bury, on Tuesday, "Wednesday nnd Thursday, Sept 21, 25 and 20, 16G7. TiiSEX COUNTY. Micah Baker, a respected citizon of Concord, died on tho 25th ult., of apo plexy, aged 01 yoars. During a thunder sliowcr on tho 21th ult., whilo Mr. Dimond Stone, with two hired men, woro unloading hay, tho barn, situated about a mile South of this villnt'o. wns Kininlr Uv lightning, shivering n rafter into frng- iueniH, aim passing tnenco down a post into tho ground. Tho thrco mon and tho horse woro thrown from tlmir foot and Bovoroly stunned, but not serious ly injured. ualccloman. OllANl) ISLE COUNTY. The Democrats of this County have put tho following ticket in nomina tion: Sonator Giles Harrington, Al burgh; Assistant Judges Bawson Hall, Islo La Mottc, Abol Btown, Grand Islo; Judge of Probate- Homan W. Allen,. North Hero; Stato's Attor-. noy John M. Hawrican, North Hero; Sheriff W. W. Bock woll, Alburgh; High Bailiff-Chas. B. Bussoll, North Hero. IM01LLi: COUNTY. Tho following items wo clip from tho Hydo Park Xeuxdcaler, now edited by our friond Col. E. B. Sawyer, who makes a very loadable paper: Calvin "Whilintr is buildincr a nont farm house, on tho Crowoll hill, about a mile from Johnson, on tho Hydo Parle road. Ho is using tho Plastic Slate for roof, and says it costs him only a trillo more 'than shincrlcs, mm minus ii win iasr always. Win. W. Doleno.of Morristown, had his farm house and shed, with nearlv all thoir contents, destroyed by fire on tho night of tho 8th ult. Tho house was tho samo built by tho lato Hon. Jonathan Bridgo, on tho old Bridge mrm. .uoss aoout $-J,uuu. Insurance $000. C. C. Morso, Esq., late editor of this sheet, is now in Illinois, on a visit with his friends, wlionco ho writes us of the favorable prospects of the crops in that Slate. OHANflE COUNTY. A party of seven or eight from "West Bandolph, wont fishing last weok, and caught in one day twolvo hundred and fifty-boven trout, weighing ovor fifty pouuds. Bradford is to havo a check list of voters this fall. Recently a son of Edward Prichard, Esq., of BradforJ, nged 13 yoars, was drowned in Waits Bivor. A little son of Hiram Luco, of West Bandolph, fell down collar one day last weok into a barrol of soap, and it so strangled him that ho died thirty- m. iiuuis iiuur. at is supposed man the soap got into his lungs and caused i his death. Ho was throe years of age. i ORLEANS COUNTY. j Mr. H. W. McConnell, of Glover, was killed on the 2Sth ult., in conse quence of having a load of hay pass ovor him. lie was standing in front of the team, when the horse startod and run, tho wheels passing ovor tho lowor part of his bowels, injuring him so that he died in a short time. Mr. Donahue, British consul at Now Orleans, with his family, is spending the summer at Willoughby Lake, fish ing and enjoying its unparalleled sconory. WASHINGTON COUNTY. Master Charlio Blair, whilo bathing in tho Wiuooski, just abovo Montpol icr, found a sword which evidently must have seen scrvico in tho Revolu tionary War. It is of the Continental pattern, and has every indication of having rested at tho bottom of tho river for hnlf a century. WINDHAM COUNTY. Tho receipts of tho fair hold by tho ladies of tho Episcopal Church in Brattleboro, on Wednesday evening of last weok, amounted to about $1100. On tho farm of John F. Stearns, at Dummorston, stands a sweet applo treo supposed to bo nearly ono hun dred years old, which boro fruit last year, and measures, eight inche? from the ground, ch'vi'H feel eight inches in circumferonco, and four foot from tho ground mcaturcs tho same. Tho amount invested in government bonds in Wilmington is $-13,200., Tho Rutland & Burlington railroad company aro building a now substan tial bridgo across tho canal near tho dam at Bellows Falls. On Thursday of last weok as Dr. J. H. Talbot, of Wilmington, was on his way homo from Brattleboro, by stage, ho mot with a serious accident. Ho was riding upon tho top of tho stage, and in alighting stepped upon tho whcol; tho horses suddenly 'starting, ho was thrown violently down, frac turing two ribs and inflicting other in ternal injurios, but it is hoped that ho will speedily recover, WINDSOU COUNTY. Green Mountain Monthly is tho ti tle of nu advertising sheet published at Gaysvillo by Fullor fc Skinnor. Thoro are nix persons confined in tho Stato prison at Windsor for tho crime- of inur,dc:, T,wo of. thofjo aro fcontonccd to confinomont for lifo by reason of unsoundness of mind. For two of them the death sentonco has been commuted to lilo imprisonment, ono of which wns committed to prison Sopt. 1, 1831), fcr tho murder of his wife. Two are now under sentence of death. The Woodstock Standard says: Dr. Henry Boynton left town on Tuesday for Toxas, taking with him fifty full blood morino sheep, a light covered express wagon, sheep troughs, farming tools and hardware. Tho sheop aro from tho celebrated flock of Cushiug and Boynton. Tho Doctor is doing a noble work for Texas, and wo wish him a pleasant trip and success injiis mission. Ho will bo gono about two months. l)ccial Notices. HOYAL HAVANA . LOTTBHY t It If CUIIA. Ih-avH Once in ibtentetn ays Onul'rizoof 410(3,000. " " W.oon. " " 25,000. " " 10,000. Ac. Ac. Prises iai1 in Gold. Prizes mb1u-1 ami infurmatton Riven bv GKoiionuni.VM, 178-ly 03 N. JUin at., 1'roridcnc, ll. I. 'J'o 'ollMUllllt.lVOet. MMIE ndrcrtiBtr, having bwn rclorwl to health JL in a few wit'ks by a ury nitiiil) rumedv, af ter having HUlI'crcd lot Bt'vcial years with a se vere Imig nutation, and lhat diend disease Con Humptiou is ftiixiuas to make kuown to Ids fel-low-nlU-rers the moans of cure. To nil win, ileum: it, lio will cetiil a copv of tho ireHciiptiiniiMil (true ofchiirgej.with direction for pripBriiig ami umng the same, uhioh they will dim a miro euro lur Consumption, Asthma, Jlruurhititt, Cuuglis, Coldi, unci all Throat and i.mig AlVectionn. The only object of the adver tiser in xendiiiK "'e Prescription is to beiiellt the afflicted, and spiead information which ho con ceives to bo lniahiblr, nnd he liopos every suff erer will try his remedy, ns it will cost them no thing, and may prove "a blessing. Parties wish ing the prescription, free, by retnrn mail, will plenae address ilEV. ElMVAilil A. WII.SON, Willininaliiirg, Kings Co.. New York. lli(i-ly A. OAHD TO INVALIDS. A Clergyman, while residing in South America as n missionary, dincovered a sale and simple lemcdy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Kar ly Decay, Disease of the Urinary and Seminal Urgnns, and tho wholo train of disorders brought on by baneful and vicious liabits, Great num bers liave been already cured by this noble reme dy. Prompted by a desire to benetlt the afflict ed and unfortunate. I will send the reecipe for preparing and using this medicine, in a sealed envelope, to any one who needs it, free of charge. l'lemse inclose a post-paid envelope, addressed to yi mm If. Addn ss, 123-ly JOsErU T. IKJIAX, Station D, UibU House New York City. I'Jwors l""Vmtl. (1KNTI.EMAN wlio siiffi red for years from Jt. nervous debility, and premature decay, and all the effects of youthful indiscretion, mil, for the sake of suffering humanity, send freo to all who need it, the receipt and directions for mak ing the simple remedy by which he was cured Sufferers wishing to" profit by the advertiser's cxHnenee, can do so b addressing, in perfect confidence, JOHN 11. OGDKN, -yjlly 42 Cedar street, New York. TELIiOWS' ORIGINAL WORXVX LOZENGES. Wo can with confidence point to PHLI.OV.S' WOHM I.OZKNOIiS as the most perfect remedy for those troublesome pests, liitestliuil Woiiiii, After years of careful experiment, success has croivnwl-otir elVorlri. .luid-vexnow ofl'er to tho world a confection without a single fault, Wing safe, convenient, effectual and pleasant. No in jurious result can occur, let them be used iu wliatvMr quantity. Nut a particle of calomel cntors thtiir com (Mini t ion. They may ha Ueed without further preparation, and nt "nny timo. Childrt n will agcrlv devour all you givo them, and ask for more. They never fail in expelling worms frotn their dwelling-place, and they w1u always strengthen tho weak and eumtiated, even when he is not altlicted with worms. Various remedies hae, from time to time, been recommended, such as calomel, oil of worm seed, tmpeiitine, Ac , producing dangerous and sometimes fatsl conwe.pieneeB. After much re si arch, ntudy and experiments, embracing sev eral jtars, the piopnetors of 1'ei.i.ows' WoiiM I.ozexoi-1 hai siuieedi A in producing this rem edy, free fioni all objt etiont, and po-siuvelv safe, pleaxaut and elleeiual. They do not. kill the worms, hut act by making their dwelling-places disagreeable to them. In order to assure con sume.rs of the genuinenssof these Lozenges, the analysis of Dr. A. A. Haves, Mtate Assayor, is annexed: "1 hare analysed the Worm Ixizenges pre pared by Messrs. Fellows A Co., and llnd that they aro free from merciirv and other metallic or mineral matter. Thcso lzanger aro skil fully eompouuded, ploasaut to tho taste, safe, yet suro and effective in their action. ltespcctfiilly, A. A. HAYKS, M.D., Assayer to the State of Mass." I'rlrr 5 Critt jier ltm; Five for St. Preparod at tho New England Botanic Depot, for tho Proprietor, J. 0. I'ltUNCH, to whom all orders should bo addressed. Sold by dealers in medicine everywhere. 155-Cmootv IKON m THE BLOOD. Tho necessity of a dno proportion of iron in the blood is well known to all medical men; when it becomos roducod from any causo what ever, tho wholo Bysteni suffers, tho weakest part being attacked first, ami a feeling of langu or, lassitude and "'.ill goucnoss" pervades tho system. Tho remedy is simply to supply tho blood with the nocessary quantity of iron. This can bo douo by iislug tho I'ri-itvittii Syrup, A protected solution of the protoxide of iron, which is so prepared that it assimilates at once with tho blood, giving strength, vigor, and now lifo to the wholo systom. ' To tako medicine to euro diseases occasioned by a deficiency of iron in the blood, without re storing it to the system, is like tryiug to repair a building when thu foundation iu goue. An eminent divine says: "I have boon using tho Peruvian Syrtip forsomo time past: It gives mo now vigor, buoyanoy of spirits, elasticity of uiuscio." Pamphlets containing) cortlllcatcs of cures, and recommendations from some of tho most eminent physicians, clergymen and others, will be sent fieo to any uddress. Tho genuine has "Peruvian Hyrnp" blown in tho glass. J. P. DINK51011K, Proprietor, No. ao Day St., Now York. Sold by all druggist. (iruee'4 t Ulnnleil Salve. Prom Mr. 15. Tucker, Depot Master at Salisbury, Mass. "I havo boon troubled for yoara with a bad humor; sometimes outwardly, and sometimes inwardly. During the past sunimcr it manifest ed itself more than usual outwardly, and 1 used your Salve. All signs of it havo since disap peared, without uffeuting mo inwardly, indicat ing, 1 think, the eradicating nature of the Halve." Prepared by HUTU W. FOWMJ ,v SON, 18 Trcmunt St., lloston, and for salo by Druggists gonrally. 17'J-lw JLfcoiiiovetl. Dlt. H;S. CLAHK lias removed to South Main Street. (ffleo at his reside St. Albans, Yt., Mav. a, 1801' 8'J-tf G1 it to tho New Stoic of Win. N. Smith A Co., f for llubbci' Coats, Umbrellas, Trunks Hags and Valises. Tho services of Mr. A. N. Percy havo been se cured at the Now Store, where fits old Mends wi bo cordially welcomed, with his best efforts to lit and suit. VT. TRANSCRIPT JOB PrintinGr OFFICE, ST. ALBANS. H. A. CUTLER, - - PROPRIETOR All Printing brought to this Onicc, both Plain .,, r. ".,., "-,1 . i .. :n. i . 4.,., I .mi. .ri jinuieiiiai, Mill inev:v ni.it wj.i,'. h..uii- tion, at prices as low no tho times ivlll admit, tl We do our work much littler than can any Ofliec that will do a job of piloting for nothing for the sake of depriving us of it, and we aro ready to compare our work with any similar class oi printing done in the cities, both in neat- i ness and price. Hand your orders into tho Transcript Hook i and Job Printing Establishment if you tako any pride in having your printing done in a work mauliko manner. Important and Sprrtal Xoticc to those AFFMrTKD WITH DEFECTIVE EYESIGHT MESSRS. LAZARUS & MOHHIS, OPTICIANS and OCULISTS, of Hartford, Conn., n sp'etfull announce to the citi zens of this place and vicinity that they have ap pointed A. H. mVNVAN, Watch Maker and Jewelur, Solo Agent for.St. Al bans for tho salo of their justly celebrated per fected SPECTACLES ! Unequalled by any for their strengthening and preserving qnalities. Too much cannot be said as to thoir superiority over tho ordinary glasses worn. THERE IS NO GLIMMERING-, Wavering of the sight, dizzincbs, or other un ploasant tonsation, bnt on tho contrary, from the peculiar construction of tho Lenses, they are soothing and pleasant, causing a feeling of relief to the'wearor, and Producing a Clear and DLiinct Vision, As in tho natural healthy sight. They aro tho only Spectacles that preserve as well as assist tho sight. 3" Wo employ no pedlars. 175-ly. l. DFS 3a i -v 3H i -AT - WAIKER, BROTHERS, 10 Tons Hoston Ground Itock Salt, in half bid's and boxes. 2 Tons Salt Pish, Goo. Codilsh, Salmon, Trout, Mackerel, Whito Pish, and 151ue Pish. Sugars of every grade, Whit J anil Hiwvn. 1,000 Uus. Canada Sail, for ealo in lots on liberal tcrnu. . Wo aro underselling tho . , GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO. -!- .v Pork and ' Lard, Flour and . f Corn, , v , Coffee, Molasses, Tobacco, Cider Yiui'fiar, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac. All of which wo offer to tho trado al lowest market rates. 104-tf WALKKlt liltOTHPJLS. To the Hon, Supreme CQttrt.'ueit to be UoUlen at Xortlt IhrOf in ami tor Uic Omnty of Grand Jile, on thejmirth 'J'tiurtKlMitert tijlvr thejourth Tuetday in December, 18G7. Your libelant, Sarah McKibbin, of Alburgh, in the county of Grand Isle, respectfully complains ...l I.. l.n. .... .1. i..l .1.... ..r ... uiio i njiiuouii in, tuiib in, .nu vlu uj oi iii.iv, iq- 48, alio was lawfully married to John McKibbin, at said Alburgh, by the Hev. J, P. Chamberlin. a legally ordained Minister of the Gospel; ami inai uuer nursaiii marriage tiu couiinued to live with the said John McKibbin, iu the strict .,r-M .1... .1...!,. r I... .1 uuavi iiiiilu ui uii luu .iiti.va . vigiii! ui, 1J 111U Uliir- rlago contract, until the year 18G3, when the said John began to treat her with intolerable severity, by whiping and beating her, and by kicking lier and turning her out of his house. ni,,l 1... nftm.i.l. f nl.iiu.. nil ,,r ...1.11. 1. ' m..v. .' .....v. ..V..D ji un.uuyov. .11 ... 111I1CJ1 OO repeated fioni time to time, ufitil sho was oblig ixl, in order to secure herself from personal in- 1 iuij uml uioiiii, 10 iiuii ma iiycv buu juoviue ior tier own Hiinooit bv her own industry ami th.i assistance of her friends. And tho said Sarah ...... .a, ... .ii., . i iv ii.ti. .1.1. .nu nam ourai luriueruiore complains, unit since sno was com pelled to leave tho said John, as aforesaid, ho nu. umin.ii iu eouii luiuu uiiitjiiog lowarus uer support, although ho had 'and has sullifient means and is of sufficient ability to do so. Your libelant, therefore, prays that tho bonds of Marriago between hor and Ihu said John Mc Kibbin may ho dissohed, and that sho may be restored to all the rights and privileges which she lost bv her said marriage', and that alio may havo such relief, by way ot alimony, as to said Court may seem Just; as she will ever pray. SAlUlI McKIUlIlN. Alburgh, May 23th, 1807- It having been made to appear to me, tho subscribing authority, that the within named John McKibbin resides without this, Stato, and cannot bo sued with the ordinary- process of law, it is hereby ordered that the said libelant cause tho filrefroitiir Klml Inrrittlipr with HiU ..r.l,,.. to bo published in tho Vermont Trnuscrlnt. a' nowspap;r published at St Albans, in Praukllii comity, i eininui. llllcu weehs successively, tho lustof which publication shall bo, at least, six weeks previous to tho Term of tho Court to Hindi saiu uoci la aiiurcHscn, union snail he deemed sulUcieiit notice for the said John Mc Kibbin to appear and answer to said libel. Given under my hand this 23th day of May, A. D. 18G7. WM. 0. WILSON, 17C-JwJ JUI30 of tho Supreme Court, C I-I ANG-lHi! CHANGE I chaKoki OHANOrll OHAN'015 I WM. N. SMITH, ;vi"K sold out Iii; stock at o. 2, Darrow liloch. may now Do louml at mi new ami 2 li E CJ A Iff V ST O X. E rOllMEtlLT ocuuriEii M LOCKE & SMITH, Main Street, under llio firm of William IT, Smith X- Co,, Where ho will bo most happy to soo all orliis old customers, and as many new ones as willHaTOr tho new firm with a call. NEW CLOTHING ! or- ALL KINDS, .IT WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. NEW FURNISHING GOODS OF. ALL KINDS AT WM. N SMITH A CO'S. NEW HATS AND CAPS, OF ALL KINDS, AT WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. NEW TRUNKS ! .VXD TRAVELLING BAGS ! Or ALL KINDS, AT WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. MANHOOD: HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED JIL 1'ttblitliol, a new J.'ditlun of 12 Ur. C'nlvinveir CelcUmlrd H.ml- On tho radical Cure (without medicine) of Sper matorrhea, or Seminal weakness, Involuntary Seminal losses. Impotent v, Mental and Pliysio al Incapacity, Impediments to Marriage, etc.; also Consumption, Epilepsy, and l'ta induced by self-indulgence or sexual extravagance. tsi Pnco in a sealed envelope, only six cents, Tho world-renowned author, iu this admirable Lecture, clearly proves from his own experience that the awful consequences of Self-Abuso may bo effectually cured without medicine, and with out dangerous surgical operation, bougies, in. struiuents, rings, or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at once certain and effectual, bv which every sufferer, no matter what his condi tion may be, may cure himself cheaply, private ly, nnd radically, itH" This Lecture bhould ho in tho hands of every youth and every man in the-laud. Sent under sea), to any address, iu a plain sealed envelope, on the receipt of nix cents, or two postage stamps. Address tho publishers, CHAS J O, KLINE & CO. 127 Howcro-, Now York, Pitt Oulco hot l,p80 INDUCEMENTS ! ! -AT TI1U llryanl, Sli-alton, Hi I'linnibcrliu Ilurlinglun JJusihcss College - -ASP TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE ! t NEW Department organized and valuable X.V practical additions mado to each depart- ment heretofore established. The whole corpi of instructors aro p. act leal experienced men, SPRING CAMPAIGN. A COMPLETE CANVASS k ClltAND KALLY. Wo want to hear from every young man and yonng woman who nicar.H business and desires thorough preparation for duty. Xcw Plan, of Instruction. UNPARALLELED AD VANTAGES. A Standard Insliltilin- Preferred for many reasons. Now is tho time to outer. iff MAKE LIFE A SUCCESS "uft Athlrosx, J. S. CHAMItEllLIN, Principal. Iliirliiigton, Vt. lC3-ly THE NEW DRUG STORE S. R. DAY, AG'T. H'VS just received a new supply of DltUGS, CHEMICALS, ItESINOIDS, And all articles usually kept in a first class DRUG STORE. Perfumeries and Toilet articles, including very choice Pomades, Toilet rowdcrs And Boxc?, Teeth Urushes, Nail, Plesh, Lather nnd H.-tlr Unit-lies. The assnitmcnt of Hair Brushes, surpasses in cheapness andipiality, any for sale in tho town. WHOLESALE AOENTS POU WOLCOTT'S INSTANT FAIN ANNIIIILATOIt ! Dealers supplied at as low rates as In the citv. RING'S AMBROSIA ! AND Hall's Hair Rcncwcr, At Wholesale and lletail. iS. K. Day's Anti-Itilioiiri Bitters ! The best and tho cheapest in the world. PATENT MEDICINES, A large and well selected stock. Tho subscriber intends to sell only good arti cles at as low prices as can bo afforded, and aims to mauo tins MV1, T),,l Tl . oj.,. PrescrinlioiiH carefully nrenareil: and PhvKie. ians orders respectfniiy solicited. Trusses, Siqqiorters, and Shoulderbraccjt Store open from fifteen minutes before 1 o' clock until half-past 1 p. m., on Sundays for tho saio oi necessary meuicmes. Dr. A. M. Plant, late of Milton, has formed a connection with tho store, and would bo happy to receive his old friends and acquaintances. THE ST. A1BANS LIQUOli AGENCY Good and pure Liquors ior Medicinal purposes. S. XI. DAT, Agent. July, 16G7. lao-tf. Wl'MAN & IllWTON Aro tho only anlho'rizejl agents in Franklin coun ty for the sale of GENUINE ROGERS' GOODS! ALU 0001)3 1IKAIU.N11 TllHTllADU MA11K Win. Rogers it- Son, A A, Arooftho highest quality. Our Standard for Extra Platois twenty per cent, more Silver than thu usual standard, and all our. goods aro made of the iinest quality of Albata. Wo caution pur. hasers to notice tho Trado Mark if they wish (lenuinu llogem Goods, made under the miitu management mid careful unpen ision, which havo produced for twenty ycarp, ltogois Goods, ho celebrated for Mulsh, stylo, and dura bility. Wo keep always on hand a fidl assortment of .ooiui SILVER WARE!! American, Swiss and English w a, aQt:c-i .is s i OTEWEL.R.Y, All grades frtjiu solid Hi K. Gold (low, iktiP.g Wood. Spectacles of all kinds, Table and Pocket Cutle- ... .,f ll... ......111.. l,..l.. ...... V.. mi liiu yuoi tiunoij, jiumuoi iiueuien, (the best made) Willi'lin. ftw: ntwl .Triivulrv I. II... best manner and withoat dclav. U'VMlUl. fllTVTI VriTnvT BrainordH liulldinj, cornor of Main and Bank Streets. 163-ly Leonard, Brainord L ,,Qo., DRUGGISTS APO THli cTa Ii IBS j tYVWepale and ItctallJ St. Albans , vt.v IIs WE Just received and offer for alo ft tc' laiift- stock of New Oooda in thdr line, at low prices. . -j I'crfuiiiciy anil Tolled ArficfeVii Prcncli and British handkerchlof Exiract choice American Extracts, such lis Jamics' EdrittlsandOlcmis; and the New Persian ' Lilac. Toilet Sets, Dressing Cases, Cologno Bottles and Stands, PuffltoxtB, Powders; Hair Brushes d sirablo now styles-Teeth, Nail Flesh, ft ClothcS Brushes Ac. rcather Duftr?, Combs. 8oap, Teoth pfc'pa ratiofin, lielr Ilcnowcrs SnU Dyes, Ae.j Ac. WALLETS, . I'CCKET BOOKS, and , . BILL HOLDERS. STAfWSE'ltr, And all Stationery Artfcfes: & fargo stock at wholesale and rctaff. DRUGS & CHEMiCALSj Warranted pure and of tho best quality. PATENT IttJ&nlCffNJeSj A large lot of all desirable khAK Vi'tafldott Indian HelnWy, ' ; Dye Woods, . ; Iy Stuffs, , 1'amily Dje Coloff , ruio Spices a'nd FiaVoHng ExTract?, Saratogit Water. f TltUSSES, , , , , . StTOItTEIlS. HHOULDEH l!ItAC'i:S,l KEROSENE OIL, FTJnexr)hrtivo and very eheap. , ' TEA AND COFFEE: I'rom Ar Showo .V Co. Tea t (X), tl 10, $1 il).' $1 50, and It TO per pound. Coffee 30 and 15 cents per pound. , Crentiu-' Soda frnnvthc Artie Fouh, . till IK Prescriptions carefully prepared, anil physicl. anstirdcrs solicited. LEONA'IID, BftAlNEftb A CO' St. Albans, July, 1807. 130-tf POLAND'S maw bilious I'OWDritS'. rnms peepahation is the 1 distMvrtr trt thr llev. J. W. Poland, formerly tho pastor ofjj mo liapuat i nurcii m uonstown. ' N. H. aiid'a man' dearly belovdd by that denomination througllodt Nuw England. Ho was obliged to lcavo the pulpit and study mcdieino to save his own lifo. anil his Maoio PowDF.ua aro ono of tho most wonder ful discoveries or modern times. It ip The great Liver & Bilious Remedy which completely throws in the sliadc.ali othdr' discoveries in medicinb'; andit'atThA llliii tiiuc'h' gratiiioation tliat thoy reeeivft the; unanimons aiiprobatioit of all n no lmve tested thcih. The) Magic DtlionjCPovATcr's aVc a Positive' Cufo for I-ivci' Cdihnlninf,- in its most aggravated form, and an lmuiodiatd' corroctor of nJl , BILIOUS DEHANGEWCErfTS ! Excellunt fur HEADACHE: CONSTIPATION; Cure .Tiitt' I'rcvciitivc of Fever iuiUAgou.'. (Wo advise all who are troubled with trlis fear-' fill malady to always kc'ep tho Powders on hand1 ready for immediate usi.) Hero aro a few important particulars i-, . st, They aro tho great specllld of all!BilIou!i4 2d, They aro tho only known remedy that will1 enre Liver Complaint. 3d, They aro tho only known remedy that will' euro Constipation. lth, Tho Powders aro ho thorough in their op eration that one packago will bo all that the ma jority of those using therh w ill rCquiro'to direct a..' 5th, They aro a mild and pleasant yet thomo3t; effectual cathartic known. 6th, TKey are the c!iffap('st and'beet mriditino' extant, ns tls?y tnn bo suit hy moil to any parf of the globo for t.ho prico, 50 cenU. Circulars, containing' fcrtiilcaTcs-, rt;fofh'ialm'rl; Ac, sent to anv part ol tho world irUe drcllargo. SOLD BV ALL DKUGGLHrS, or bymail on' apiilication to , O. O. OLARK ti'CO., General Agents, Now Haven, Conn;' 133-ly I'l-lre .10 Cent per llox. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS' THE. GREAT FEMALE REMEDY FOR IRREGULARITIES.1 I havo tested theso Drops in' lily own practice, over ten yeais, and do not hesitate to say, that nothing lias j et been developed- hV ,..vu.t.i .i tii.il. avin oo loif el lllll , Jioni- tively, and harmlessly, in cases of female irregu larity, as does this medicine. In all recent cas es it never fails, while thousands ho havH'btfei'i, long sufferers, aro indebted to itlr tao boon or health to-day. ... Although so powei fill and positive), they aro! perfectly harmless, aiid may bo used at all times," except when specially forbidden iu tlio di-' rcctions. Thoy havo been extCnfelVely cmpldyrd by emi nent pliysieiatis iu Franco and .England, an well as in my owii pfa'Cllce, over ton vi!ari, ami I havo vet to hear of thu Chit insa-.-iee irfallur'.' I could civo' you testimonials, ot thsit efficacy, from ladies all ovdr tho nbrthchi and weilem' States, were they not in their nature private'.' Over 100,000 bottles liavq been sold tho past vear, and I hopo and trust as many sufferer been benefited, I am w ell avare that'a remedy so potent to remove all obstructions, may ho' used for a bad purpose but trust that wherrf one bottle is thus used, ton may fall intu tho'. hands of really noddy sufferers. To all who suffer from'' niiy irregularity; pain-' fill, difficult, excessive, offensive or obstructed MenbtruatUm, Lncorrhca, or the traih'of diso.lti: estiiat follow, I would say, try a bottle of Dr. Lyon's French Periodical Drops. Being a Fluid preparation, their action is more direct and post- -tlva than any pills or powders. Explicit direc tions, bearing my facsimile, accompany each bottlo. ; i They may lui obtained of ndarlyem-yihrUggl in tho country, or by enclosing tho prica td O. G. CliAIlK .1 CO., New Haven, Ct., General: Agents for tho United Statca and Canada. DR. JOIN R. LYON, rfricilcihg rhyslciaii. NowIIaTViirCorrn! l'rlie, 51 r-0 jirr Ilotlle. 157-ly' "Tlioiicrfilliied'light Steals throngh thti mist of alabaster lamps.) And every air is heavy with tho breutU1 ' ' ' Of orange ilowcra that bloom 1' the liildst of roses," . ., . SucU was tho flowery land' titled with healing;, airs and hfo-prcscrving products, whero Dr. Drake discovered tho chief ingredients of hlsH wonderful Tonio Medieluo I'lantatioo Hit ter tho enchanted tropical island of St. Croix. Tluv Plantation Bitters, combining all tho medlclnah and tonio virtues of tho healing and life sustain. ing nrodiicts of that favored climo, are, without doubt, tho World's Great ltemedy for Dyspepsia, Low Spirits, mid all other Stomachi dimoiiF Ucs. 17li-2wi. L MAONOLIA WateII. A duliLdltflll toilet nrtleli,1 superior to Cologne, and at half thu prica? -j B OWEN'S PtTZtteS ItE acknowledged the best. SEND IN YGXm dftDllS",. 1 And the Pump will be forthcoming. A. BOWEN. 170 ttc East Highgate, USE IIIINND'S PAIN XXXtX.XXCr' MAOIO OIIV. "7 Works lika a Vhann." - - Every porsoti iti this town will find it' for theiif Sciatica, Brnisoa, Cramps, Cohls, Croup, Soro throat, or any painn of thin nature. Tho ladic,s mil ium ub usu a peculiar uicssiug to ruitavu their peculiar pains. It is one oftho best things to usa in the lamily as a gouoral remedy for anv kind of painful disorder, or hurt, or burn, oyer disc.qvuiod, and it is clean and delicious to.lUd. usu iwrcciy, oia uy nil Druggists ana.ftleir chants, WM. P.ENNE, PttUflsld, MaaaS, Solo) in St, Albans hy all Druggists, andAYeck t UoyiiQhls, Grocers. 129-Iy prom as wen as ior their comfort, trthey Utib Itcimo's Pain Killing Magio Oil, Whdn thev hav Headacho, Toothache, Chilblains, Ague ui the l ace and Jaws, lanio shoulders, llhm mi jtlMnl' I ) I;-'-