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rilJO V-KUMOiSFT The Mllosopliy or Labor. Thcro nro lnnny ciictiiiitiliuicca in in lifo which compel men to follow occupations for which Ihoy lmvo no nntnrnl nptmulc or inicin, uui not tho lean truo Unit success depends I very inntotinlly upon the choico of that pnrticulnr'business, trndo or pro fession most congoninl lo tnsto nncl ability. As thcro iuo no two men nliko in their mental endowments, it must follow that otioh intlivhUml is bettor titled to soruo ono occupntion thnn lo nny other. Somo thcro are, indeed, who for want of nntivo on orgy or tnct will nover oblnin u marked hiiccess in iinything thoy nndortnkoj othors nro gifted with a versatility of tnlcnt Hint onnblcH them to nccom plish mnny different things cqnnlly ns well; but' theso nro tho exceptions; nnd tho grcnt majority of mankind will do bettor in tho long run by stick ing to soiiio occupation. Tho choico of this should devolve cm tho individu al, nnd should never bo arbitrarily fixed for him, oven by his own pa rent?. So much dnpondu on this be ginning, that n whole lifotiino mny bo wasted by a rntlicnl mistnko. Tho boy who would distinguish himself ns an engineer or inventor, may entirely throw nwny his energies in tho vain endeavor to becomo a lawyor or a doctor; young men whoso talents fit them for pursuits, often spend their time unprofitable in callings requiring tho very opposito class of talents. Bo of nl the occupations of life. If men aro not at least tolerably adapted to them, thoy will not only fail to excel lence nnd fortune, but tho toil which should bo plcasuro is weariness nnd drudgery. Tho truo aim of lifo is not to mako a fortune, nor to gain renown, though both aro dcsirablo and useful rewards of well-directed labor. But the greater pnrt nnd best part of life must bo spout in lnbor, eithor physical or mental, and though many affect to consider this misfortune, it is really n necessity, imnrt from the Hubstar-tittl LKATHKh, , 4 losults that follow it. Am proof of this, wo find men who inherit fortunes, if thoy aro of any mind or character, generally choosing some occupation, and laboring at it often quite as hard as their less weal thy neighbors. Idleness is not a lux ury, but rest after labor is. It is n bc lious question whether thoso whoso fortunes deprive them of tho useful stimulus to toil aro really as hnppy as others who depend on toil for a living, -llio toil, however, to bo ngrcoable, should bo congenial. It is tho lovo of labor which particularly distinguishes Americans, that has led to so many gran d discoveries and wonderful achievements in tho present century When men chooso their work aright thoy enjoy it for tho remainder of thoir lives; and mnko improvements in it that outlive themselves, and benefit posteritj. Men lmvo distinguished themselves in the most humble callings by their own superior talents, while a wholo life may bo passed in thoso fields of labor commonly rcckonod tho high est, without ovon a moderate success. Tho natural inference is that young men, after having been given a fair general education, should chooso, when thoy can, their own pursuits in lifo; and having chosen, should bring all their talents and energies to boar upon the calling of choice, tako a thorough interest in it, nnd determino to enjoy their work. In nincty-nino cases out of a hundred, fortuno comes to thoso who woo her in this practical and htraightforwnrd luannor. lYeio York Sun. C. 11. WHEELER r8 ready lo Mtpply tho trade titilvorsally, with a new unit splendid stock of -' ft A , O II .S' WOKJl LOZEXGKS ! Al mdi'Mit i Jtrrpii' ti. (In iniwt i xtrn--riUtmry iipnmiYU Mil mrjiJitJii!i ui AGE BOOTS AND SHOES!) Comprising, as they do, i.-markable power m mil J Special Softer. 1-110 TO Irli Aril: GAIIBRY. i;U-AJttClULT. 'HARD WAKE ! Saddlery, Carriage, AND FORMERLYjiTYLES' GALLERY. ! BU1IDBII&' IlAHDWAHl Which havo Jut arrived, and additional tlc re constantly arriving, consisting of tho icry LATEST FASH tOSS, And warranted of the beat material, in eluding Ladies' and Mi'f CH Cair, Olovu Kid, Hair Polish, Halmo ral, High Cut, llutton aiidScrgo Gaiters. ThoHi. Indies' High Jlulton i Hoots aro the neat est, and give tho host sat "faction, of any that have over been oxhlbitod in this placo. Also, Men and Hoys Hoots and Shoes of nil kinds nnd stylos. IN HF.OAHD TO OUK CUSTOM WORK Wo have to any thai wo challetigo tho City of Now York, for Fashion, Durability and price. Having Bocurcd tho ficrvlcoH of Mr. H. G. BARNUM, A gentleman of original and mechanical ability, who, with tho co-operation of choico and ex perienced workmen, is constantly maiiit fnctiuing Ladlos' and Gent's wear, consisting of Serge Gaiters, Ihlt ton lloota, Oxford Tios, and Hoots mado from French it Lo Moino Calf ! Which always fit perfectly. Shoo findings wo always keep, Including an utnus oi EXPEIiIiING WORMS, With pleasant taste and perfect safety: They eotitain No Mercury, No Mineral, No Turpentine, No Oil ot Wornieood, No Poison, Nothing Injurious They arc Entirely Vegetable. TKGS, AWLS, AC In addition to tho abo' a - complete nro In iohhoshioii of assortment of Crockery, Glass Ware. China. Table Ctitlory, Ivo'S Patent Kerosene Lamps, and Toilet Sets, Which wo nro constantly replen ishing. Wo do not limit tho salo of theso Goods, but allow tho purchaser to select therefrom, which is not customary with all Crockery dealers, Ploaso call and ox amino tho largust and best selected STOCK OF CROCKERY In tho county. Wo will always show goods with pleasure, and know that upon examination of all Iho above goods, and all who wish to purchase economically, will bo satistled that in price and quality of goods wo nro cheaper than tho cheap est. Also, on hand, a largo stock of DRY OOODS Which must ami will bo closed out without ro gard to cost. lleinemher the place, C. H. WHEKLKIt, 138-ly Main Strcetopposito tho Court Houso. SYMPTOMS OF WOItMS! Itching of the liosr, fcverlshnoss, twitching or starting suddenly during sim p, pain In the stomach, loss of flesh, paleness with hectic. n pctlto sometimes voracious, at others feeble, ft dullness of the eyes, drowsiness, a swrlled tip per lip, tongue lightly furred, and studded with red spots, leiled or garlic breath, grinding of teeth dining sleep, a sensation of lodgment in the throat, nn unnatural craving for dlri.chalk or clay, frotfiilnees and lrrcbility of temper, cholie, fits" and palsy. INTESTINAL WORMS: Aro among tho first to undermine tho constitu tion, in tho list or diseases. They often occa sion sovcro dlsoaso, ending sometimes latnlly, particularly when thoy ascoud to the stomach. Their presence in their most ordinary situation Is attended with unfavorable ell'ects upon the goneral health. EMINENT MEN ASSERT Hint all aro more or less troubled with wormn. nnd that many die annually from this cause who, by the timely administration of a propir remedy, would be saved. As l'ellows' Worm Lo7.enges may,bo taken without any unpleasant result, and as most children aro fond of them, thoir use Is rocotnmondod to thoso apparently healthy, and thus dispel tho cause of what would produco sulfeiiiiR. BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU USE. Various remedies have, from time to time, been recommended. such as Calomel. Oil of Wormscod, Turpentine, Ac., so that dan gerous ami oven fatal consequences are pro duced. Tho necessity of a safo nnd suro reme dy has caused much research and study by tho m-onriolors of Follows' Worm Lozenges, lhev nt-n imsltiwlv h.-ifn. ttlonsnut nnd clVcctiial. Thov tin not kill the worms, hut net by making thefr dwelling place dlsagreeKblo to them. In order, however, to guard consumers against deception a base compound, the analysis or l)r. A. A ajes, Slate Assayer, proving the nbovo state incuts, is aniioxod: "I liavo analysed t lie Worm J.ozoiikch pre pared by Messrs. Fellows A Co., and lind that thy aro free from mercury and other metalic or mineral matter. These Lozniiros aro skilfully compounded, plonsnnt to the tasto, safe, yet suro anil eueeiivu jo iiu-ir uruuii. ltespeetfiillv. A. A. ilAYIiS, M. 1)., Assaj-or to tho State of M.ass." The subseiiber, who hn f-r the p.it ;car been "Operator" for Mr. A.l' Styles, and who flat ters himself that In- has, at least, sus tained Iho former hush leputalion or tho "ktyks UMmj, wishes to call particular attention to the Tact that h"1 li -centlv purchased and relfttndthesaine, and is now preimr- "' to l-'urnish l'hotographs, Ambn.types, l errotvpes, rorcolaln and Gem pictures, nnd a other styles now requiud, and which will bo executed hi the highost stylo of tho art, without any unnecessary do lav and at reasonable pi ices. "HavlniMiOi'pcssioiionho Negatives that have fieoti taken at thisOallery, I'm pre ii.ip'd .it niiv time. I c.tn also fur nish copies enlarged to any icqillred sio nnd ,..tnv..,i in n,n miiKt ix rfect mnuucr. cither in Oil or Water colors, Sepia, or India, ink. Par ticular nttentiou given to copying old picture of all kinds. In sMrt, my arrangements arc such, Hint any picture from tho Cheapest to .tho Itest and most fixiietisive, can now bo obtained al this Gallery. ,S',1 TISFA CTIOX 0 VA RANIEUD In all casus. 1 would also call attention to a largo stock of SplSiPjiiid Oval I-ramos or all liinds which arc olTmrfl alas low pr'iua an any in litis vicinity. Mtylctj' GREEN MOUNTAIN SCENERY On hand and for side. He member tho place, ov er Leonard. Llraiin-rd A Co's.Drttg Store, Main Btieet, St. Albai), t. Of eery description. by Hi TKW VlllM AND NEW GOODS tSf Tho rico crop of South Cnrolinn is nam to bo n fnilurc. Tho lionvy rnins of tho scnKon nnd tho conscqtiont high wnlor m tlio nvors linvo drowned out tho crop. tQr Thcro nro over twontv thousniul ncrca of hind in Alnbntnn pluntcd in awect potntoes this yenr, which will produce 800,000 bufihols. JST "If nil tho world wcro blind whnt a mcloncholy sight it would,bo 1' Bnia nn IriRli clcrgymnu. rjtlll! stock of goods iu tlio aboo lino is now rUX,L AND COlrlPLETE And will bo found lo coinpriso all that is desira ble in STAl'Iili and 1'ANCV aiitici.i:s, HOUHll 1'UllNISHINO noons , Tlio largest Stock of r c u rv l :i3 :r "y To be found In the Htato. CARPENTERS' & .MACHINISTS' TOOLS, In great variety. 15-S-tf J. FHOTH1NGHAM McGOWAN. XTnTirr.. The Union Hank ofSwanton Tails. IN VI., whose chatter terminated January 11th May 7th, ISC, It. II. SMITH. Hilly CROCKERY ! CROCKERY 1 I havo just recencd a largo lot of first and second quality or Stone and China, Ware, com prising two Now and Klegnnt I'atlcms called !.flnn flrniil" l'-illffim. Also a laruo stock ot Cutlery, Glass and Stono Ware, which I oiler lot sale cheap, l'lcase call mid see before purchas ing ulson here. At the old I-'amir lllock, ono door north or George H. l'airar's. 1 G. SKINNKlt. St. Albans, Oct. 2tth, lfC. 13fi-tf ltH7. Kives notieo that it will redeem its out standing bills, at tho National Union Hank of Swanton Vt.. for one year from January 12th, 1807. nureeablo to tho following act, said Hank having neon coiivorn HankorSwanton, Vt Tho undorsignod will tako tho following first class Insurance Companies: rNSUIlAXCH. .L risks for either of Home Insurance Company Ol" NUW HAVl'N ; sTo. 2, Darrow Block ! (the oi.n stand or w m. n. sMitn.) Tho undersigned havo-recently purchased the enure mock oi CLOT II I N G PLEASE REMEMBER That l'ellows' Worm Lozoncos aro prepared with great caro from concontratod extracts of two plants, Thoy do not act as purgativo or oinetio, will not ilubilitato tho patient, aro so simple an infant may devouro a box without harm, mid will at tho'sanio timooxpol worms in an extraordinary maimer. job- lellows worm I,ozoiiroh ih tho only Worm llemcdv in oiistunco. coinbiuini; harm less cpialities with delicious tasto and amazing power. TESTIMONIAL? From persons of tho first respectability in Now jJrun8wicK, concerning FELOLWS1 WOIM LOZENGES. From a Juntice of the Peace. Euiix, U. (!., May 12, 1RC3. Messrs. l-'cllowH A Co., -Gents: I accidently scnt tho other day to a store for somo Vormfugr and tho man, not having much on baud, m-nt me somo of your Worm Ijozcngox. My cliililren showed signs of woiiuh at tho lime. I gave them accoi ding to directions, and in twenn- four hours from the timo they oomuii-un-d tak ing tlio Ijozenges, one (a boy about lic jears old) had passed twenty five largo worms; tin other (a girl three years old) had passed twelve; and I deem it but just to say, that, fmni this slight acquaintance withyouncim-dy, 1 lei-1 rat tled that your Lozenges nro cheap, convenient, safe, and'moro effectual than the ordinary rcm- dics; and ns such I cheei fully rcconuiH-nd to all heads or families. lotus, with rcspoct, Johns, coid'irrs. .i. v. llcv. Mr Jackson, Haptist Clergyman, u i itiuir from St. Martins, iu reference to the Worm Lozenges, says: Messrs. Follow A Co., Gents: It atfords me creat pleasure in sayinc that I havo known in my own family, and in tho fumilics of otheiHj oiiuerliil cllectH prouuccil in ino iiesirucnon oi orms bv vour Worm Ijizcnues: and I can cer tify most conscloiiliouKly that 1 believe them to bo tho most effectual remedy that has eor been invented for tho removal of worms from tho hu man stomach; and 1 hope, gentlemen, m pre senting such n valuable medieino tir the world, mat you may receive large paironago mini mo public in general. 1 iciiinui, sirs, vours iruiv, WELLINGTON JACKSON. Kt. Martins, N. H., Aug. 15, 185'J. Capital Slopk, Sl,0OO,OOO. Throe-fourths of Iho profits tlivldod among Policy liohlors. havini; been converted into said National Union iN. A. i..nr.i.i, Cashier. Swanton Falls, January lltli, 1807. An act relating lo the redemption of Dank notes. It it is herebv enacted. Ac. Sec. 1. After Hie expiration of the charter of any bank cliartercd iy tins state, or alter tne termination of tho existence of any such hank agreeably to tho laws of this State, such bank mnv cause nntico to bo nublishcd ill all the wet k- lv newspapers of the county where such bank is located, for one full year, setting forth that said hank will redeem its outstanding bills the day of tho expiration of its charter or the date of the termination of its existence; and a ropy of tills act. And upon duo publication or suidi no tice, neither such hank nor its olhVcr.i shall Ik liable lo anv action for the non-redemption for nnv of its outstanding bills, unless the same shall have been dulv presented and payment thereof demanded within the year aforesaid, at the banking lionise of said bank. Sr.c. 2. Alter the expiration of tho charter, or after the termination or the existence of mix such bank, as aforesaid, such bank shall cease to be subject to tho operation, or liable to the provisions of the sixty-third section or chapter eightv-nine of the general statutes Skc. il. This act shall take effect from its ZDvavcUcrjci CSuldc. -f TUUMO.Vl' I'U.VTUAIi AMI SULLIVAN V ItAILltOADS. SPRING ARRANGEMENT. Commencing July 1st, 1807. TUAINS OOINO SOVTII AN1: 1UHT Leave St. Albans at C.3!) a. m., U:15 n. in., 12 .. 7:25 p. in. Mail Train leaves House's Point nl tifld a. m.. receives passengers fiom Ogdrubnrgh It. 1!., and connecting at While lilver Junction nnd Hol lows Falls with trains for Hoslnn, Worcester, Springfield, and and with trains on Passitmnslu , 1. V 1 1- 1 ... t . , ' it. ji.. nriiven .w'w lornni lo.-io p. m. Jiay Express leaves Montreal at 7.15 a. in., Bt. .lohiis at 10:00 n. in., Oudcnsbttrch at fi-'Hl a. in.. House's Point at 111:15 a. in., for Hoston, Ac, ar riing in Hoston, via. Imell at 10:30 p. m. MKiit Jixprcss icavis UKiiensimruii at ll.;!()a. in., Jloutreal at 1:15 p. m., House h Point at 5.40 P. m.. St. Johns at 4:15 p. m.. nrrivhnr at Hoston al h. in a, in., connecting ai jjciiowh i-alls witli Cheshire Itoad for Hoston and Worcester and with ermolit Valley llailroad for Springfield, Ac, nnd arrivhu: in NcAvYork at 12.!!0 p. in. TIIAINH (lOtXO NORTH AND KABT. Leave for Montreal nt 0:10 a, in.. (i:15 and 7:50 p. in. For House's Point and Ogdcnsburgh at U:0G and 11:00 a. m.. 2:20 and 7U5 p. m. Day Kxproas lcaxes Hoston via. Lowell 8.0.) n, m. for Hiirllugloii, St. Albans, and Montreal, arriving ai .uonireai ai 'j:.u p. in., ami uguens uurgu utD.JU a. m. Mall Train leaves Hoston via liwell, at 7:00 a. in., tin Lawroneo nnd Fitchburg at 7.!)0 a.m., Springfield at 7:15 a. in., for Hurliiigton, St. Al bans, and Ogdensburgh. uiie train leaving jsonon via. l-itcliburgli at, 7:30 a. in., and Springfield at 7,4.1 a. ni., connect nt White HiUT Junction with Day Kxpress Train. Accommodation irum loaves iNortlillciu al 7.11) a. in., for Hmllngtoii, Iliitlaud, St. Albans, House's Point, Ogeudeslmrgh, Ac. Kicht Kxpresi leaves Hl-Howr Falls at 10.00 p, In., receiving passengers from Vermont Valley Hailrond, leaving Ntw York at 12.15 p. m., and rrom Ulioslilre llailroad, leaving lloston nl b:;H) i. m., connecting nt wiuto utver Junction witu rain leavinu Hoston nt 5:00 r. m.. for Hurlini;- ton, Hou 'b Point, Montreal and Ogdensburgh, connecting with Grand Trnnk Trains for the West. Sleeimic cars arc attached to both the nichl Fxpress trains runninc between St. Albans and Hoston. and St. Albans and Hnrincticld. Through tickets for Chicago and the West for sale al tne principal stations. G. MnilltILL, Sup. St. Albans. May 13, JS07 . August 9. 1867 NEW YORK, X86 J-alh, Chwwjo, and llw W-st. The Old Established and Popular lUmte,vla LAKE CILVMPLAIK ! Summer Ai-rangement. The splendid nnd ComtnodiotbrHtcnirur. ADIHONDACK Cnpl. W. It. in,..?."" Willintu Aii(,rn C. Hnhbiti ' CANADA UNITKDhTATiJH MONTHl'AL. On nnd aft J. Henry Mayo. On and after Monday, July 1st. ikt,7 ft,., , two Dally Lines each way, (hninli iiS S K hay l.tNi:: ' j.e.ne jmniiiginn 111.15 a. train iroiu nt. in. Oil nrrlc.l .. Albans '.1.15 n. 111.. Ali,ni....n. "'.,"' m., W alcrbury 8.45 a. 111. Arriving at 'ru-L ?ia' roga 2.30 . 1.1., Lake George 7 p in wV, M Un 5 p. m. Malting direct conncctL wilh , a'n Saratoga, Troy, Albany, New Yorkand tl 0 W EVKMNtt line: Leave Hurllngton at 0.30 p. m., on arnv-,1 , . ... r . 1 """iiH'iier 3. 2'i ,.!.., i.-iy p. in. Arriving at Wliitchan C.00 a ni in.g connection as above for all points tiJn hi Saturday morning the Stcaim-r l,lf States wil leave House 's Point at 0 oVI.., ', ' which jiasseiigers wil pass through the ulr J davligfit and eonnect with the cu-iung li-ai, Albany lor New York. h 11 Tickets good until used. H.-iccace rlio.1, 1 through. Faro as low as by any other r'2 Through lickels can be procured at Ihi. iir .,.1 Trunk Hallway Offices, Montreal, at Vl , rm 1 pal Stations of the Ogdcnsburel,, Vt ItensselncrA Saratoga, Hudwii liner ml Hr lem Hallrnads; onboard Itivcr and Ukr Kteam" ors, nnd at the General Ollicc of th, West side of City Park. Hiirlmgton. Vt P ' , Fi 1 iKhtjt taken at lowest rati a HlH.MTiUi ,. . ... t General Suis roitemtani Unrhiigton, M., July 1st, IW. j-Mf 11. LIVINGSrON & m International of New York. CM'JTAJ., fl.OOO.oOO. Fire and Marine of Springfield, Capital Slock, !-5.00. )). (UliailUlCirOP AL15AXY, CAVrVftL STOCK, S-iOO.OOO. National Insurance Com pany, Eoston, CAPITAL $300,000!! Iusui e ,-iK.iinnt Fiivand Marine liisks. Not ex ceeding 10,000 on any one Itisk. Each of the above amounts of Mock paid in. M. HUC'K, Agent, OfilcC over Wocka' store, St. Albans, Vt. Nov. 1st, 1S00. 11-tf. passage . Approunl Nov. 10, 18G0. 1 16-ly A. H. MUNYAN rpiIANKFUL for past faMun, would say to his X friends that lie still continues tho business nl too oiu ntami, established more than FORTY YEARS AGO, And that ho is now prepared to exhibit tho larg est stock of WATCHES. 0L0C1K8, JEWEL11Y, FANCY GOODS, A a, F.vcr offered in thU market. Also a largo slock of PLATED GOODS! Having been appointed agent for tho ealo of V i. Hogria .V Son' PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS, I or the State of u-rmont. Also accnt for tho btt Manufactories In the country, la prepared to fill orders to families and to tho trade in any quantity, A very largo stock of goods of ever) stylo and variety usually kept in this line, now on baud and w ill be sold at prices to suit custom ers. Please call before purchasing elsewhere. St. Albans, February 4sth, 18C7. 151-tf 1 o lo the Now Store of Win. X. Smith A Co., ior mco uiacK I'auts, or all Mnd. FURNISHING GOODS Of W'm. N. Smith, and havo mado extensive ad dilions, comprising tho noweal SPBING STYLES iihir noil l)irs Sulla, I UK Over Hncki, Trlrot flock mill Hncki. HUck llionilclolh Frock unit Snrka, llliit-li Dorakln I'ullla unit VU, I.IrIiI mill llmk Jlllltl'lMll Hull.. Also a full lino of Gr. B. SMITH, Itctail Dealer in. HATS, CAPS, & FURS, Huffalo and Fancy Sleigh Hobos, Fur Overcoats, Ladies' Dress Furs, Fur and Huck Gloves Mittens, Valises, Umbrellas, Trav eling Hags, Trunks, Ac, Ac. .South M:i in Street, St. Albans, Vt. PAID Riri'I.AMI AMI lll'UI.l.VCtTO.V AM) VT. VALLEY ItAlLIlOAD. On and after May 22d, 18G7, trains will run as follows, viz : MOM NO SOUTH AND KAST. Leave Hurliiigton at '.1:10 a. in., I'M p. m. lO.fiO ; o;il.) p. in. Arriveat liutiaiiiiat llau a.m.,ia.r) I p. m. 12:45 a. in. 0.113 p. ni. ! lave Hutland at I -flu a. m., 12:00 m., 5:1." p 111 A 1 :20 p. 111. Arrive at Hollows Falls at 7.10 and 2.20 p. in., and 8:50 A 3:!!2 a. m I-avc Hellows Falls at 7.50 a. m., 2:2jp. in., 3:37 a in. Arrive at Hrattleboro' at 8:50 a. in., 3:10 p. m., 1:27 a. 111. iovi.'a south asp west. Ix-avo Hrattleboro' at 10:85 . m., 4:10 A 0:00 p. m. Arrive at Hellows Falls at 11 aw a. in., anil 5:(0 and 9:35 p. m. Leave Hellows Falls at 11.45 a. m., 5:15 p. 111. 10.00 p. ni.3.20 Arrivo at Hutland at 2:00 p. 111., !1K)0 p. m. a. m.,10:(K) n. m. Li avr Hutland at 5.15 a. in., 2.05 p. m., 5.10 p. 111 .1 :.'10 a. m. Arrive at Hnrlington at H:50 a. m., 4:!15 p. 111., and 7.55 a. 111. 1.15 a. in. TUAINS CONMri' AS FOLLOWS: Hi- At Hurliiigton with Hoats on Lake (.'liani- liiu and Vermont Central and Vrrmont and an.ula Ilailroadx, for Montpt-lit-r, St. Albans, Housi s Foint. Montreal. Ogdeushnrgh, and the West. At Hutland with trains for Troy, Allmiy and New York, Saratoga Springs. ScheiiocUdy, and the We-t. At Hellows Falls with trains 011 Cheshire Hailroad for Fitchburgh, Worcester, Iowell, and Hoston. With Vt. alloy Hailroad, for Hrattleboro", Springtlcld, Hartford, New Ha Miii, and New York and with Sullivan Itailrn.iil for Windsor, Whito Itiver Junction, Wolls Hier, St. Johusbury. Newport, Littleton, and the White Mountains. l'asscngers for the West will llnd this a cheap, pleasant, and expeditious route. Fl'It TICKETS, and all necessary information enquire at tho Oluces on tlio huo. 1-tf. GEO. A. MEHItILL, Supt. tug 4 HE now established at the Old Stand, V. Now and SPACIOUS WAREROOMS, Filled with ono of the iiunt cittnsne atnl plcte Stocks of F IT 11 N I T U K E Ivor offerwl in this market. W. wnnM.a; ally invite attention to a fine lot ef 1 Unitwr Setts, worth from $23 to $150. PARLOR SUITS, CASH 107-tf FOR SKIPPING FURS. GILHEKT II. SMITH. Physicians' Testimony in Jmor Worm Loienqi-s. of i-'oUcnrV LUMBER YAED Slclibin Street Xear Frriglit Depot. ritllE subscriber has on hand and ofters for X sale at lair pliers, a good assortment of PINI'J LUMBER j Spruce Honr lloardi, Shingles, (Jlovbotietl, Fence Pickets, . tedar J'ostt, Vine Sheathing, Jhmloch Fence Jlottrdt, Jfcmtock J!Q(t)fl3, Plank. Scautlin, and all kinds of Timber. Call and examine Stock and I'rices. Terms, "O. O D." ' THOMAS II. MAHVIN. GRAND OPENING DRY GOODS AT- Brcclc X WotlLorl)oo's. TTI'AVING just iclumed from market with a 1 1 la Gr BOYS' CLOTHING Gent's FiirnUhing Good of cry variety, and the BEMIS PATENT SHAPE COLLAR In particular. Our line of Ci to the Now 8tore of Win. N. Smith A 0-. for nlco Hlack Frock Coats. T lliUIIATIO.V NOT1UK. This may certify ij 10 an wHom 11 may concern, mui 1 nat IITVlt 111 null, .uiiu )u.. v... .iiiiu IIUIIJ, and after July let, 1807, and will claim tionoot hU wages nor pay any debts of his contracting, from and after this date. his m-3vr. JOHN X SULLIVAN. mark. Salisbury, July 30, 185C. Messrs. Fellows A Co.. St. John.---Gentlomcn: I hawi havo examined your Worm Lozenges, and havo becomo acquainted witli their oftects as an aiiiiiuiminuc. aim navo mucti measure in recommending their use as 11 safo and cllcctual remedy for worms, and 1 fully believe that their employment as such will give satisfaction. lours, respeciiuiiv. W.8. FUS11 AY, M. I). Caps. ,rei- from the lice. Ir. Clay to the Editor of me Lhrifttnn visitor Carleton, St. John, N. 11., Nov. U, 1850. Mr 1-Milnr 1 wns induced lo trv l-VllnwH' Lozenges, having liad a number or children un der my caro whoso stomachs were so irritable tlio urdiuary medicine could not be ictained a liioinunt; and tho siiccetis that followed their uso was so complete that I can recommend them as ono ot iuo most pleasant ami saie uiouicmrs mat can uo auinuusiercii. liDW IN CLAY, M. D. St. John, N. 11., March. 1850. Miwstn. Follows A- Co.: This is to certify that m V little boy. aged sii ears. haviiis been much troubled Willi worms ot bite, 1 udimniatcietl four ufjour Worm IiOK nges, as per dut-ctions, und in uiiio hours alter ho patuuid several large worms. Tliooo Lozonuos aro mtticularlv valu- SbW, as tho children aro fOiiU of theiu, "t on aro at libcrtv to use this for the bcncilt in others. MATTHEW IIAltlllSON. St. John. N. 11.. Oct. 30, 1850. Messrs. Fellow A Co.: It is due to you, tho heads ol faiumotj. mid to the public at lure that 1 should give a statement or tin- effects ot vour Worm liKiiue in mv family. My duuid.- tor. aged about Ave years, had bu n trouMid with a hcere cough uiuily two years, Mrnt iu Durchoktcr, Miu., where our doctor attuuded lier for some time; liiiilliighn did not help her, 1 projured yrups and other cuiuuiun remedies, without giving relief. Since I came to this city, I m oiiiii im! muilicnl aul. una uniliiiK tlmt tile child grew worse, o tliat we ivully tliought she would (lie, aim we uoapairou oi geiuiiK u reiue- oy. Al labl a lauy iricnu niutiu ni. auu uisumi me that the child was troublod with worm, and that tho cough originated from Out cause. I iUMMlUieil-JUO JUU4 l.UIIII AMAVIIli9 inc: wo weie ustoniahedl the onlld pakbudo- cj- a pint of wouna, aud mouiu large ns my lil- lio linger, uur uauu, oiuy suveuioeii iiiuiuo old, ate two Luuugcs, ami, although oceiuinaly healthy, it iaoil a worm at least eight melius long, i am nappy losay mat iiioiiuiegiri, wuo for Ih o daya had oaten scarcely anything, has a food appttitu, and is noiy doing well. A. Jl.V J I'lJ.I.W. 1'. S 300,000 feci Hemlock Lumber, and 100 Cords ol wood lo arrive. jui-oin r O to tho Now Store of Win. N. Smith A Co., VJ for BilK Jllxeil ami Harris Suits. 1 to tho Now Store of Win J for N. Smith A Co. all tho new styles of Spring Hals am r o to tho Now Store of W'm. N. Smith A Co., VJt for Fancy Cass, hulls, of all Kinds. Gt to tho New Store of Wui. N. Smith A Co. f for nico Hack Coats, of all kinds. 1 O to tho New Store of Wm. N. Smith A Co X for new assortment of Furnishing Goods. 342- IZATS AND CAPS, For men aud Uiys cannot ho excelled in Frank lin county. Wo ure determined to sell good at prices uiui win satisiy loose who win givo us cuu m i narrow iuock St. Ainaus, t . i n' sunn KM1TII A FOSTHlt. 510-Sai o. o. rowtn. yyoiiTiiv or KOTKl MISS E. DUMAS After sovcral yoars of successful business in tho MlIiLlNKKY AND DUKSS MAKING lliuiuess. up stain, has aucceciloil in procuring u Saleaiisjiu Downstairs, ana wtin tins downward movement, tho prices of her-Ntiw and Elegant Htocit oi MILLINERY GOODS largo' assortment of FOHEIGN AND DOMESTIC DHY GOODS, DItOWN AND HLEAOHED COTTONS GENTS' FUltNISHING 'GOODS, Fancy Cassimcros, ilioad Cloths, Doeskins, Tweeds, Cloaks, Shawls, Cloakiugs, Cloak Trimmings, Y'ankco Notions, Ac. AI.SO, SUGARS TEAS, COFFEE, and SPICES. l'lcaso call and examine quality and prices. 110-tf JIUECK A WETHEHHEE. J- O I IT 1 1 K 11 .V It.MI.KOAl). WINTEH AlUUNGEMEN r-1801-5. On and after Monday, Nov. 14, 18G1, Passenger i rains win run as iouows : Vl'W'Ani) TRAINS, ln l-'.Tiri'BS Train loaves fmcnnl nl fl Lt n m., or White Itivcr Junction, connecting with trains for Montpelier. Hurliiicton, House's l'oint. Montreal, Ac, and with Ogdensburgh and Grand Trunk ltailroads, for the West. Mail Train leaves Concord at 10. 15 a. m., for Whito Itiver Junction, connecting witli train for Wells Itiver, St. Johnshury, llartou, Newport, Willoughhy and Maiio Lalies, Stanstcad, Hath, Littleton, and Lancaster; also, witli trains for Montpelier, Hnrlington, St. Albans, House's l'oint, r.....-..i-, f1.1.,,u1.,.nf. n,..l .1. l'.. Hristol Train leaves Concord at 3.30 p. in., for Franklin and llriatol. EveniuR Express Train leaves Concord at 8.15 i. m., for Whito Hivcr Junction, connit'ting with !rains for Montix-lier. Hurliiigton. St. Albans. House's Point, Montreal, Ogdi-mburgh, and the West. Or on arrhal or trains frmn lloston. Worcester. rortsmouiu, l oniauu. vc. 1M)WXW.MII TK.VIXH. MornhiK Express Train leaves White Hlvei Junction for Concord at 1.15 a. m., or on arrival of train from Ogdeueburgli aud Montreal. On .Honuavs ai e.vui llisleau in J.l.i. Hristol 'Irani leaves Hristol Tor Concord at 8 a. m., and Franklin at 11.12 a. in. Mail Train leaves White Itiver Junction for Concord at 12.15 p. in., or on arrival of trains over tho Vermont Central, Passumpsie, and Whito jlonntains llailroads. Day Express Tram leaves Whito Itiver Junc tion at 4.5S p. m., or on arrival of trains from Montroal and ugucnuliurcli, ilrattlelioro , hceuc HoUowm Falls. Windsor. Ac. coniirctimr at Con cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell ami iiosion. Thoso trains connect at Concord with train for Manchester, Lawrence, Portsmouth. Port land, Nashua, Worcester, New York, Lowell, am' jioston. u.-soi.u mj;aM. Aeeiit. Concord, N. II., Nov. 10. 1SGI. 1-tf. To suit any purse and room. Chairs of ru ryi King ( turn 1807. T11K- NEW STEAM MILL! OF Bingham & .Vim- I In- Kn Ijjllt Depot, I I'llce ii5 cents per hui. I'lvo llovi-a I'm- it Dollar. ThUhiialuablo idiHllciuo will bo propurwl for llw. iiu.ii.l I li K'..v I'ni.lnMil ll.itni.1n llAtnf Hoston. fur tb l'ronriutor. J. O. 1'ltIlKfJiT. I The sigiialwe ot Fellows A Co., u atteehwl to each genuine hov. hclil lv Hcill -jnt JiI-rs Kiniiull j-. General Agents iu Bt. Albans, L. L. Dntchor A Sous, aud Leonard. Hrnlncrd A Co, Just opened, have been equally effected. are now on cxniniwuu mm oui w IiOWBIl 3?UXOBS They Than ever before oll'urcd in town. Ladies, you will do well to givo her a call, ir in ntca of anything In tho lino of MILLINERY. OR DRESS MAKING! llonuimhw th place, North More, Safford Hlock l8fi Albans. VL maj u, loo. Lincoln, St. AUiiiiis, VI., S now ready to grind corn meal, line or coarse, aud all kinds of era In for feed. This Mill was huilt bv lloliuia t liliiiicliniil. or Hos ton, of the best French Hurr, is complete iu eve ry respeci, uiiu is eajiauiu oi giuming iwemj flvo bushels per hour. Doing dependent on neither wind or Hoods for liower, wo can do all work of this kind without hindrance to our cus tomers. We shall bo prepared to furnish corn in tlio kernel, or ground, and at all timcw fresh and as choap as elsewhere. Wo are albo ready to receive orders ior Sash, Blinds anil Doors. Mouldings aud House Finishings or every do scriptlon, eras good material and workmanship as any other shop in tho State. JOB WORK. Such as Plaining, Mutchiug, Turning. hcroll Sawing, Ac, Douo to order with Machinery which U now and ot tho latest improvements. With theso racili tloi lo givo perfect satisfaction, wo solicit a fcharo or public patronage llfNOHAM A LINCOLN, St. Albans, Fib, 27, lb07. 15Mf. OGDENSli VRGH TO THE WEST. Noi'tlievn Transportation Co. The only Through Dailv Lino between OGDENSBURGH AND CHICAGO And Intermediate Ports. ONLY SIX DAYslroUUH WITHOIT I'lIAWiK OF JtOAT. This well known and reliable Company, will, during tlio present Season, run their Lino of first class Upper Cabin Steamers dally, between Ogdcnsburgh, Oswego, Cleveland, Toledo, De tioit, Chicago, Milwaukee, and Intermediate ports, leaving Ogdensburgh on arrival of Ex press train Hum tne i;.it. PASSENGERS AND FAMILIES Moving West, can embark with their luggage, Teams. Stock. Ac. and land together without disturbance or transhipment, at their port of iicsmiuuoir, wins avoiiung ine greni jiiciiiituio oncc oTthu many changes, delays and expensea ol other routes. es-Tlieso Steamers, have laige Cabins and State Hooms, amply and neat ly furnished, for first class Passengers, and Second Cabins with Cook Stoves and Comforta ble accommodations for Passengers and Fami lies, who may wish to fm nish their own provi sions. No efforts will lie spared to main tain the reputation of this, an tlio CHEAPEST AND REST ROUTE! A thorough rebuilding, refitting, repairing and refurnishing, with several now noats added to the line, makes this now tho most comrorta- blo, pleasant, and expeditious routo to tho great West, ev He suro and see tho Agents of this lino before you buy your tickets. Tntbty men will always meet passengers at tho depot in Ogdcnsburgh to tako cheeks and re-check Haggagc Ask lor tickets via NORTHERN TRANSPORTATION CO'S STHAMBRS! Wo will make it tlio interest of every Travel ler to see the Aireiits of this lino beforo imrch. using elsewhere. Through tickets over all tho Western Hailroad Lines can be obtained ou ap plication to GEO. W. SMITH, office corner Foul and Pattctton tits., oposUj Johusou House. Ogdeueburgli, N. Y. Mr Ono hundred pounds of baggage lreo to each Passenger. RAG GAGE CHECKED THROUGH To nil points. For tluimgh tickets and other uuormation, apply lo u. A. liUDV, Ollico Steamers Lauding, Ogdensbii.-gh, N, Y, Gr.o. W. Smith, Goh'1 Ticket Agent, u. u, uoouno, rasecngcr Agent. if)-7tn desriptlou, Parlor, Easy and It Cane Heats and Dining Chairs. Centre, Dining nnd Extension Tables, loun ges, Hnream., lied?tcacli, Ac. C H 1 L D R E N ' S C A 11 R I A (i K 1 In largo variety. Jlirrors, Picture Irxmm various mournings, in u snipes ami rw Vo liave addcil a new di-jvartment t'.-'ir biisiuess, and have Just npem-d u tlioiiund ItolU of PAPER HANGINGS, Of all prices, and imbraring f 's"' )mtteniH never wiiiii1 inu mi m . i.." Also, somo choico designs in a xwrr m. k Window Shadow. Wo also ke.-p rww'.nn.l' hand a largo assortment of COFFIN Rosewood & Metalic Case? i. il T.fthirti i'ilil think .11 e friends for a gcH'l ,m n natroiiR 1 . .....i!,,.. int-r a rl i," . ? fortr-tkH t,ra. and in-i'i them and tho V" . .....nllv t till ,.whir Wc of Fmnitme in tho United State', lm 'J ancxtensivo and attractive anf-'1;" iJ we will sell on tho niost iavor" 0 Kq nl tin. NIT Stlir OI1IH1S1IC l vv...- Albans, t. 1-lf II. LIVINGSTON A W'S A MEUICAN HOUSE, W'W'li'ti A A Smith Proprietors. This Hot t l od in theeentro or tlio mi age, jrj.it 3 House, l'iml-uilico ami .uin. X T.VHW IHUr.SK, 1 I ii..if.11111 Vt. lilo-ly ALHKUT CLF.Mi:NT, Proprietor. SOLUlKKSj TO WIDOWS. liUPOHTANT THEIR n-niiKl.- IXTE11KSTKII AK ,!f?,VV?, I-- - ' - : J. notillcd thaf I am ncss pertaining to Kio"Z' cm l"1 V" pay. Claims of tlio above nr. r fTj.y.j.fj Lentcd.aud their ullowanccs ':'"iniU5ulM. ingto Kt. Albans, jiay loin, i" " MJLY15TH 1867. TTAVK an immense Stock of Goods io , XX over by . nii, wain I'vvi. . . MrZ entirely nc'l Our Ktoro una uiock -v, i0wcr fresh, and prices w p" "-- . t C Prints and Dclains, tons, ill to -20 cents pieces tianneis, 12 to lins and Alpaca-. - t'loaks natt.X" ClotUH, iiniui , - "i;.V,m New Marseilles. Hoop Skirts, WO rpicc i y u, Gooils. Under Vests, 500 Coats " Wool Twine. Hrpaddoth at M,tu Stones, Cloakitigrt at lacl;ndf' Whito Goods, Teas -extra, f 1 ; AUo, ey Silks, jirooms, mini. -- A3 Solo Leather, KcroUP HOOTS, 81IOES, jjyjjjjKHR HATH, AND EVERYTHING A ICS-Bra.