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3. THE VERMOjSTT THA.ISTSCHIPT. I'HE TRANSCRIPT. Pii.laj, April 3, 1SGS. Local Items. ! u i. lirrcrii old on Tuesday for , 4.-, to 50 ct'iitB. Considering Uie n a -osiderable quantity was ship- , p wton. ; xr '.''I'k for,.v thousand pounds of .tr-. were shipped from St. Albans by Wav of the Vennont Central. davik aud wife passed through ! .i i Saturday morning en route M,.nlu:il. harlx-r-of 8t. Albany announce jt inp-after their shojw will be closed . undays. ; ,j i'.ihim in Rhus, have removed ;.iii-tti Rariu-' Block, Lake iji) KiHiford Stntinef, Jwiah B. ,.., iliu li editor and proprietor, has leen ., ( I, and in its new dm make n -, :.!.ii'l :ql-arun-o. Our Riehford !,:i-r;iry ha.- the be.-t wish". of the ihulli'ifr-house and grocery in ; liford, owned by Mestjs. lueius It. ,i I'n! Hiram Currie, have bien . William '. Seotield. of St. Ar . 1'. Q.. for $1,VKI. ! lunik- are due to Mr. Nelson L. n...:.. for a take of very nice maple !-. w c h:tv !i thi-sasfn. . ! ' i nio 1 d to Helvbien . . 1 i. 1- f; u-iii;. In-an al touti- villli "i i' '! 'ii'l- fail t j'lo-j.i-r i .:io;i. . '. ! K 1 n-i.i ha- -old Li : :mi. 'TiMim-," on .-.i;- !.. A:.'inv .1 . ib i-.h , i! 1'iti--. X 1 -.. .-r - : L'''. Robert ha- kept 1. il ale I ijuiet est.ilili-liniciit , alli tie !.ll-ines ith tlie , - ef mail v iriends. j; u win Ahain. Our venerable iar. the M fr ,-, i- avails ; a:i c-i.'or, the gentleman who .n.iurtt (1 its editorial atlair :.e;ii ' njoioed" from furtlu . 1 it-behalf. " 'Twa-ever tliu- .iliihood'- hour." etc. i;i U ',-!iii.iN" No. 1. were out in uni ! nil Wid:iesday evening, experi- -mil' ith theircngine. They threw - r am at' water nearly over the "Lib- i' ile" on the Park, which w one . . Ir. il and tifiy feet in height. . i a Ki-Ullioli of the rhilomatbeau - , ' nfSt. Lawrence Academy, N. ri iiitly, (o'.i. I'lumbe, Kmj.. of -!:iiii. N. Y., a graduate of Middle " Ilt-iii'. gave the oration, and A. .. I'll- -. K-)., of this illagc read a poem. ;li productions arc highly siiokcii of :!. ( 'iiiri' , of lVt.-dam. - 'li 1:-. H. I.. S.VM.-i .v (' ... no! 011- ; ii! a large .uiiount of confeetiom ry. k.: ihi y -ell at holt -ale to dealer 1 ! 'ran ii 1 i 11 and (irand I-le cotintie-. ! -til a.-low jt-the articles can be -lit I in lio-toii. and tliu-tht.se who . ! tie m -a e fit ight. v. hich is a no "i.- d'-rable item. They are reliable ' 1 ''hging oung husine-.- men, and -1 r 1 -ueee . 'n .'.'trcne- to our advuti-ing eol-I:-. it will be seen that there i- on '"tu uio:iient to sprinkle the busi i.i por' 1. !i-i.f Lake. Main ami Rank "'fil-'l.i 'i i: ng -umnier. Thi- i-a-.: -hoiild !. and we very much mi-take ' i liij.t r ..; our buine-- men, if they i 1 in.t -ub-eribo liberally for the jmr- 1 he large wells that were dug la-t i.l ill luriiish abundance of water, and ti who projM..-c todothc work should : lined. alely -. nd sealed projiosals to M: "-am-oii. A -t ot.K-TiiiX. The rich load- of '-aial.le manure and refu-e that are ''hired uj on the sides of our village ri t ts every spring, might In- scattered H aiitageously on the public green. v h ha- never been manured proper . '1'hi- would improve the gra and i-rht -ervc to level the spots washed out the water. This suggestion in made nttle late, perhaji-, but we trust it will ' In- forgotten by those having thefu ' condition of our streets ami green ' -peeial charge. - liit HFonn. Dr. John Ilu-c has tlis-j.i-.'d ot his residence in this village, to H n. Silas V. Carpenter for $.J,0(W. The Sonora Hotel and barns adjoin ing, at East Riehford, were burned on Monday morning, the 30th ult.. Lo-h about S2500, insurance $1,GIK). Seventy years ago the 23th ult., Mr. Joseph Ktanhoe of this town, who was then in his eleventh year, arrived and located on the farm he now owns and occupies. Mr. Stanhope was 80 years old the 15th of last December. He is hale aud hearty. I talked with him on the 2th; he snys that when lie came here there was not u building in what is now called Riehford village, and hut five families in town. P. Tiik Methodist Church at Swanton Falls, of which Rev. H. P. Austin is the acceptable pastor, has been enlarged by IiHng twenty feet to the rear, thus making room for thirty new pews. A "ew pulpit and gallery have also been toilt The vestry for Sunday School Purposes is quite large, and capable of tiug over three hundred. The inside f the church has been furnished with carpets and matting throughout, W'ie, chairs and two handsome chande Jiers. A new Esty organ has been pur ciSid, and over $150,00 has been ox Ptuded for Sunday School books. The enterprising ladies of the Society have raised over $450,00. The whole cost of 'he improvements is not far from $3,500. The church is a good, substantial brick Hfice, and will scat 700 persons. Sugar Party at Swaxtox. April the first was a beautiful day in the cal endar 0 wise people as well as fools. Two. car loads of gentleman and ladies, and ov"'mCoL Enwrlghl of Brooklyn the invitlt?mnninent Persons accepted and went Charles W.Rich, Esq., train under the tnaftcn,00 hi' a special lin, Ilobart andS ?Iew" Look nrhueh, Jnj; Wtudmg their sweet BaccliarSr and it was gathered -n.lbolteSni?' quick time and as soon as it grain it was I,assed arou,d i 1' dimce until nil were satisfied with the exceeding richness and sweetness of the least. After some eomplimentarv remarks were made hyJ.S.D. Laylor and ap propriate resolutions were adopted and responded to, the gay and festive party turned, higlijy gratified 'with tholr nualpic nie in Mr. Rich.'s sugarwdw AVe learn frnm fim n. ... J . -uvjjuuucun mat a i meeting of the shareholders of the llattsburgh, St. Albans and Grand Island 1-crry Co., was held at Pitts burgh, on the 23th ult., when an organ ization was effected by the election of the following officers: Dircclors-M. K. Piatt and 33. S. TtobhSTSSnd ls?en Crbinand J0hn E: ecrear-J. G. Rrown, Grand Isle. burgh?',"rCrA,U,reW Willianis Watts- A committee was appointed to pur chase as soon as possible a suitable steamer, and it will not be long before a boat will bo plying between St. Albans and Pittsburgh. State Items. Tiik Republicans of the second Con gressional District met at "White River Junction on the 15th of April to nomi nate two delegates to the Chicago Con vention. Hut am Powkus, the sculptor, is ex acted to visit Woodstock, of which he is a native, this season, and it is thought probable that he will make it his im manent place of residence. Corpox No. y of the first mortgage Umds of the Vermont Valey Railroad, due October 1, ls4, will be paid on and after March 3, at the office of the treas urer, at Rellows Falls. .1. M. Whikomh, of Warren, and 1). J. Morhirty of Rerlin, recently had a dispute aliout turkeys w hich Whitcomb killed us long ago as 14, for trespass ing on worthless land, and Moriarty struck him with his cane, for which the W .-hingtoii count court ha-ju-t made biii. pa;, .-.li;r:d co-t-. Hi ing a Mor la' ..1. r iit e.i'.ibln't do it, aid w;i- coin-'I'itt- d to j. ill. -Ml .h n.mi: Ri.i.D of Pmiiey, ha-a, tam.ry bin! thirteen years old, which -i "iii-a- wt 11 aud -pry as it did ten ytai .ii. . . -M1KI. . i hk ic, Esq., of liar. 1 w :t k, has a Durham hull eleven month old w hich weighed the l!th inst. '.-U 11.-. W bo beat- '.' Ai a meeting ofl're-by tery last weik, lU-v. (i. M. Wylie, at hi- own reque-t w.i- ili-inis-t tl from hi-charge in liy.--gatc, that be might at cept ;i call from lb brou. N. V. Till building at I. ndou Centre, dt --itriieti for a pa eiiger tlejiot ami ollices for the l'a--uuip-ic il. R., i-nearly eom p!i ted. I- i- an elegant brick building, warnittl by -team, and convtnicnlly arrainft.l. I'onncctcd witii it nie two fire proof ault-. E. ('. Ii utrt'iHiii, of lieiiuiligtoii, h;; receiitly gratluatetl at the Uellevue Med ical College in New York. He gradua ted with honor, ami hail Ir-cIi i.nani-mou-ly elt tt tl i'r -ideiit of one of the 'ollegc -ot letie-. Ill I l!n mi, -a - : t he douhh -In ;nK .1, lour-eved calf, brought 1 1 Calvin Norton'- tow, b;,s collap-etl, being found tlead on Monday morning. Its head glaring wa- too much for the remaining portion- of it- frame, and a-aons-qu m e nature "kicked the bucket." We under-tand tin -kin will be stuffed and -c' lip b taxidt 1 mi-t-. Ui:v. Iu. Hick.-, f Riirlingtoii, who ha- been in infirm health for -evcral nit ntli- pa 1. left lor aaniiah 'i'luirs la. ceiii ar v. ith the iew tif tiencfitimr lii- health by a m i voyage from New Yoik and b a ciann of climate for a few Week- ill tile -IlllIlV o'ith. Tmk IVMiiap-ii' Railroad inteml-to t ret tb" pn -eiit K'aMiii a passenger de pot building at t. John-bury Centic. I'm: London I'tiu -ays James Tre l'r n, of that town, h.i.- a eat 2i years old. Tin: -tab- of Vermont offers to redeem .-In 1.00 1 . f it- out-tainimg bond-, and bit!-can !' made until April -ith a! the Trca-iuvr - ollice Moutpelier, ami to April nth at the National Bank of Re demption. Bo-ton. The propo-a!- must -tate t he lowe-t price at w hich the bonds will be -lUl'-ndeled. A onm -Pf'Niu.M" of the Rutland lb raid w rite-: "John Howe, Esq., a promint tit citizen of ( 'astleton, and who represented the town in the CJeneral A--eiiib!y la-t year, ha- dissed of all hi- properly iuurc-t here :itii is going to take u his abotie in iermaiitowii, I'tiin., -i mile- from PJiiladelphia, w lu re he ha- purchased a valuable coun try -en. hi- bu-ine will lie in the la-t named city ." Mil. ('. 15. lAJIAN, the lit fiJilllllOiilt- ting freight agent at the Vergenncs dc pot. trot hi left arm very badly jammed bile shackling cars 01 Monday last. Dr. Maxficld dre.cd tlie injured limb. Fortunately no bone- were broken. Mr. Lyman is doing well. Tin: funeral of Capt. R. W. Sherman, at Vergennes on Wednesday was largely attended. The following gentlemen werejiall heares: Capt. Wm. Anderson, Capt. Dan. Lyon, Capt. Henry Mayo, and L. M. Hngar of Burlington : CapU T. D. Chapman of Charlotte, W.R. Bix hy of Vergennes. At Mr. Bridgman's trout pond at Bel lows Falls, there is a pair of Siamese twin trout, hatched a few mornings since. They have two distinct heads, but are connected below the middle from their heads, and have but one tail and one umbilical sack, and appear to he smart as any of the others. Tub Unitarian Society of Burlington, have increased the salary of their pastor, Rev. L. G. Ware, from $1,000 to $1,500. During a fray at Burlington, last Fri day, Louis Norton struck Gilson Stock well on the shoulder with an ax and in flicted a fearful gash. Norton was arras ted. The Vkbmoxt Mutual Pire Ixsu raxce Compaxy, at Montpclier, was chartered Nov. 10, 1827, and organized March 81, 162S. It has now been in ex istence forty years. Of the thirty-six original corporators, only one now is living, Hon. Daniel Baldwin, who is now and long has been the President of the Conpany. To him the first policy was issued. asr "Time tries all things" and has proved that Dr. Wistar's Balsam of 117W Cherry is the remedy par excel lence for the cure of coughs, colds, croup, whooping-cough bronchitis, asthma, phthisic, sore throat and influenza. It cures coughs and colds imtanter! It soothes the irritated parts; it heals the inflammation; and even consumption itself yields to its magic influence. EST" A gentleman writing from the fa? west says: "I must have Renno's Pain-Killing Magic Oil in the house. It is the best family medicine for curing all kinds of pain I have found, and cost what it will I must have it." And who blames the man ? Doyouusoit, reader? t& Radical restoration. Its good ef fects are permanent. It not only re stores the color of the hair, but. thequan tity and natural glossiness. This is said by every one using Mrs. S. A. Allen's Improved (new style) Hair Itestorer or Dressing, (in one bottle,) Every Drug gest sella it. Price one dollar. 210-lw. S6 "A thing of beauty is a jov for ever." And nothing is so beautiful as a picture of health. Headache, Nervous Pains, Sour Stomach, pistress after Eat ing, Prostrating Weakness, Disinclina tion for Society, Mental Despondency, &c, are the rule rather than the excep tion with the human familv, and have stamped their effects upon iis all. The mosteflective. gentle, sudden and agree able remedy is the Plantation Bitters. L hey have probably cured and alleviated more cases the past five years than all other medicines combined. They are sold throughout the length and breadth of the land. Macixolia Water. A delightful toilet article superior to Cologne, and at half the price. 20S-2v In St. Albans, March 21, 18CS, liv the llev. II. K. Cobb, Mr. Levis Beuodk, to Miss Kmza V. Fmden. In St. Albans, 011 the 27tU inst., Georgia El inor, son of George and Abbie Wise, agotl 2 vr, 9 montUa and 27 days. In St. Albans, on the 20th inst., Willie A., son of MittUell and Sarah A. Cota, aged 1 vear, 4 months and (i days. At Georgia, Starch 20th, 1S6S, of lnng fever, At hcrttui Thayer Cnrtis. youngest wm of Elijah Cnrt.s, Esq., aged 19 years. The deceased was a moot promising and in telligent young man. of apparently robust health and was cut dotrn in the bloom of hi.? ronth, leaving a wide circle of relatives to lament his death. But they mourn as those having reason for au encouraging hope that all is well for him w ho ha entered into rent. (The larhcts. .I'. AI.II.U'8 MAIUCRT- April SJ, Isfts Ai I'M, 50 1 00 dried, per ib, 10 121 J.i xs, vr bushel, 3 00 4 00 i-:'ri:i, perlb., 45 30 "iw-, " 12 15 .-!N. 1 .-r !u-iiel, ... 1 GO ( 1 75 .i.n .;. u. p. 1 i'vt.. 3 50(t 3 75 : 1 ki do., . 25 30 1 i 1 ", Mipn .in-, U OOfe .3 00 - :i '. 11 (Hi '.(. 1 1 00 !".iK. i ti.i, 14 I'll ( 17 1)1) - ' ! , l l 1. 11-!. ;.. 4 HO 'it 0 0 li . ' til l." 1 u dj, II r.vi.n. . ! .. on '", 17 , v. .-..... . H5 '. 0 ' I IN'-IN- " 1 n i " 1.. in' --. 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OS (( SI,. '- :1 25 .1 $l"jo 1 ach. lltMO M HtlCKT Ipill I. I-'lour With ir -li f.iMnaMe HBatln r tin ib 111 i:nl fur I'unii ha- miin m t ,i. an 1 with .-mall .-t . kf- 11. th band- of tin- tj.nb, e look for a f i lb uiaiitl t n hi. 1 link- tu cuiii. . although. it'.i j)ri.-)' v'ti' largi 11 ip's, luiyi r-mil pur-rlia-i eantiounly. lb.- .ib-s of Wt M-i 11 Mipii t:i ii,nr 1m-i n i 7"i io :i Vi . i oiiiiii"!' itn- at I'M1 1 ! I'iT'i : 111. lim'ii tias at II 00 to 12 "' . a! i and I'lioiiv. !., iudiiig I lino, (iiin-.i, I.i liana .111 1 Mi. lug.iii at 1 ! . 1 to 14. ") blil. "h.t- win i-t In .Hid- of Mi. In.ii! filling ::t U '(I to . I .",11 j. bil (iiain. Jli, n!il. ;j ilium lu- !,.iii ilull ill, 111 til- u k ainl pr n - h.r. e i ill. il :n la. i' of tli- buy 1 t, altli.tiib v, rj little change h t ik.-n pl.ic . South- ni vi lloa ha" l i n sold nt 1 ;" t" 1 'II. for 1; mm), ilo'wi 1,1 1 for i.rd;ii.u jit.ility : W -'1 in limi 1 :i2 lo 1 :lo ; Wistru hum i at 1 .fc' to 1 .'ij . ai '1 ul. ti do at 1 -!o to J i-i , bllnll I'J- Til- 111 11 ..' t 1 main-tb,-fHUl. 111 tin i:h!i'. Sai. - "! Noitl.i'i m .ui.l Ea-i" 1 11 ..i - 1 0 JT '"' f ton. iiu 'ml. 1 'inii'u 1 11a ii v at tin i-ttti 1 rati . I'Kit lloii4. Tin 1 l iu tinu fi eling for Pork .".li ! atb'T nioii" il- uiami fmni the tradi , and tu'i I'.i.-i - h.n. be, 11 realued Tin iiuautitvuf I b.un i l'eik pai ked .-In a a 1 oiisidriable falling j ' :) i oin)drnl mill 1..M vur The tile- ha '' 11 I nt Jl (10 for prune : 2" (in to 25 50 for mens ; ami I Ji. i "l to IKI for e.ear and andeTtra elear. lie f 1 l' unite In 111 and rniitniiii 1 in iti ailj i i niaiid, I ,.tli -j!i " of eriini.io'i m at 15 nil ! i"i, o . I lin -i Jl 00 to 22 ml. itia i;u - 25"' to ; i: fi. and family i it ra a! 25 00 to 26 0 Special ilofifcs. rpili; iollea ii,4 Il'ini die.-are all oM and "ill 1 -tabii-hi d and tiioii-and-ba , bei !i 1 tu - ;i'" .! b tin u ii' li.. !. r sab b' I . 141 nt rally. I Tlir Permian Sjnip, I 1, Plot, itl'll Solution o ill. I'lotoMh ,lf Iloll, Mippln - tin. blood mth it- .: K'nn'i.t, Iron, j giMHK .-'i-rii'jl'i, 1 i !".' I ' r o" to tb- uhol, j --tMii. I'm ljpip-ia, lil iht;-, l'i male I V, akii" pi -, Ac. it 1 a -iiii'ie. A :2 jiau" I l'aiii'lii" 1 1 ontaiii'.iif a aluabl, tu ati.-e.ui "lion ! a- 11 Mi dn lin ." v ith ci 1 illii it' - .Hid l roini'i, 11 ' ilatioii-. Ac, iii 1h' wilt frei . ; .1. P. DINSMOP.i:. Pi. prii-toi. .NO. ,(" Ill .-t , . 1 loll,, A Mr' ISal.am of Wild t liciry l.a.- bciii u.-. d for neailv half a ei ntur for ( o.ighs. Cold.., I'-'iii-uiiipti 'ii. and 1 m r att'i etio.i of tin Tbro.it, Liiiip and ('lust. It ciin - a 1 .nigh by looi mug and eli atiMiig the lung ai'd allaying irritation. tln;- ri 1. !omg tin eau.-i 11, stiadol drying up the tough and b .iMiig the ciuxe behind. sETH W. FOiVLI. A KuN, Pi"i ietoi. No. is Trc1110.it St.. IJo-toii. Dr. 11. AjicIit-' lo line Walw, A ure solution uf Iodine dissolved in water without a solvent, containing 14 grains of Iodine to each fluid ounce of water. Iodine is admitted, bv all medical men, to be the best known remedy for Scrofula, Ulcers, Cancers, Syphilis, Salt Jtheuw, Ac, and thousands can testify to the wonderful virtues of this preparation in such eases. Circulars free. .1. P. DIN8MOUE, Proprietor, No. 30 Dey St., New York. tSrace'iv CeltlrnU-il Salve works like magic on Old Sores, Uuriis, Scalds Cuts, WoumU.BntiHes, Sprains, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Ac. It is prompt in action, sooths the liain, takes out soreness, and reduces tho most angry looking swellings and inflammations; thus affording relief and a complcio cure. Onlv 25 cents a liox; sent bv mail for 35 cents. SETII W. FOWLE A SON, Proprietors, 20S-4w No. 18 Tremont St., Boston. VT7" ANTED. An Agent to make a thorough Y canvass of Franklin County in behalf of that old and reliable Life Insurance Company, The Phosnix Mutual, of Hartford Conn. Liberal terms to an active, energetic man. Address. N.G.AXTELL, Pont, Clinton Co., N. Y. General Agent for NorthcrnNow York and Ver mont. 207-tf EEAL L0TE1UA DE LA ISLA DE CUBA. In tho drawings for lbCS there will be '2G, 000 Tickets. $390,000 iar cold. Draicn Once in Serailecn Days. Prizes paid in Gold. Prizes cashed and infor mation given by GEORGE UFHAM. 173-ly C3 X. Main St., Providence, B. I. Pl O Trv a box of Poland's Pl-intain . Ointment." The best Salvo in tho Vorld. Take 110 other, but insist on having this. For sale by all Druggists and Countrv Dealers. Dr. J. W. POLAND, Manufacturer. 13itoi's ofSTontli. A GENTLEMAN who suffered for years from nervous debility, and premature decay, and all tho cffectH of youthful ludiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who need it, the receipt and directions for mak ing tho simple remedy by which ho was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience, can do so bv addressing, in perfect confidence, JOHN 15. OGDEN, lGG-ly 42 Cedar Street, New York. "jgu j Tracy' Vegetable Healing Halm! For it is a Magic Ointment, and will destroy and euro Felons, Fever, Calomel, Erysipelas" and Scrofula Sores, Ivy Poison, Rheumatism, Croup, Diptheria, Cuts, Bums, Bruises Arc. And is al so good for pains in tho Back, Side and Chest, aud is a specific for Man or Beast. S. 15. DAY, Agent, 183-ly St. Albans. Information. -rXFORMATION guaranteed to produce a luxu I riant growth of hair upon a bald head or a beardless face, also a recipe for the removal of pimples, blotches, eruptions, etc., on tho skin, leaving the same soft, clear, and beautiful, can be obtained without charge bv addressing TH0S.F. CHAPMAN, Chemist. CG-ly 823 Broadway, New York. jyjr-OTH PATCHES, FKECKLES AND TAN. THE ONLTT RELIABLE REMEDY For those brown Miscolorations 011 tho face is " Fcitv'h Moth and Freckle Lotion." Prepared only by Dr. 15. C. Perry, 49 Bond St., New York. Ba' Sold everywhere. sn-210-Gm 13 UOPOSAhS for sprinkling tho busiiios por . tions of Main, liank and Lake Streets, when required, during tho year 1SG8. Send scaled proposals for one week from date, liight im-rved to reject bids. H. L. SAMSON, April 1st, 1S78. For Committee. To 0npti inptlves. rilHE Rev. Edward A. Wilson, will send (free JL of charge) to all who desire it, the prescrip tion with the directions for making and using the simple remedy by which ho was cured of a lung affection ami that dread disease Consump tion. Hi-, only object is to benelit the afllicted and he hopes every sufferer will try this prescrip tion, as it will cost them nothing and may prove ables.-ing. Please address REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg, Kings Co.. New York. lCli-ly " It Works Like a Charm7 Have you Headacho? Use Renne's Magic Ojl Have you Toothache ? Use Renno's Magic Oil Have jon Neuralgia '! Use Renne's Magic Oil Have you Rheumatism ? Use Renne's Magic Oil Iiae you Sore Throat? Use Renne's Magic Oil Have you Seiatica V Use Renne's Magic Oil Hivo you a Bruise? Use Renne's Magic Oil Have you Cramps ? Use Renne's Magic Oil Have yon Choi. Morbus ? Use Renne's Magic Oil Have you Lameness? Use Renne's Magic Oil This is the bebt family remedy, to cure all kinds of pain, you ever tried. It is elean, safe and delicious to use. and if you use it faithfully, it will do yon good. Directions on each bottle. Buy it of the Drug gist or Merchant where you trade. If they have not got it 011 hand they will send for it, at your request, and sell you the genuine Renne's Pain Kilhng .Magic Oil, at the manufacturer's lowest price at retail. WM. REENE, Sole Proprietor and Manufac turer, I-ittstiold, Mass. Sold in St. Albans by all Druggists, Weeks Si Reynolds, Grocers. In" Swanton Falls bv D. T. Morrill. 17'J-ly-eow LEGAL NOTICES. r I A. PI LICATION OF GUARDIAN FjQRgU- ( Cb.NM, TU HliLL JIKAL ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT, ( ! I Diutriet of Franklin, a. ) 1 The Hon. the Irobato Court for the District of 1 Franklin, to all per.-oiii. intere-Tled in the estate ' of Marion B. Foster, Cordelia I. Fister, Charles ; K F-niter, and N'-wbm II. Fot;r, of St. Albans. GREETING : m..i-. Application in wining h.s bun 1, nie to tlo- mint b tin ,uailian of said u.ird-, foi hci l.si t 1 -ell tb." n ai eMat of said ward-. - ttin.' f ntb tli.-f pi tliut tin said Marion 11 . toid, .'i I. . I hail. - K . and N. wl"ii H l'o-tii, o'. u 1 1 1 1 1.11 r ili.-tati 111 tin tov.ni of .St. VI luns and .-.laiiton 111 ihi- StaU, and that it w.iild I ndiii'H- totln 1 it. 1 iti- o! Mhl uiiln th t tie Kaiii- In - ii 1 ai'd tbi pi ! 1 il- til' ! of ilt at lliteli it-. '.l'e,ted 1:1 ntoi-k-, ol otiu I li al 1 -1 1 - . And tin 11 upon the said ourt ax.-mns tin 17i'u 'U. ot A id A V 1 "(;, at the Pi nb.it e 0:1111 1 lb.iu-, t . hear and ib eiile upon said ijipln atioii. ..ml that pubhe note'c thereof bi i'.'. 11 111 tin lii u r I'll s hut. a uinspapir 'piinii 1 at st. Alban-, all of win. h pi;blii'.itiou -ball bi ,ii ions to tie-tune nppoiiiti il for tin In arnu'. 1 In 1 1 tin e (iiijar. Iirn In li' tiiied to ap j.i al bloi -.ad ourt at tin tnno ami plain af.'H .ii.l, tie 11 ai.dtliiu to obji - t t'.th. grant :ni; of -in h lii eii-e if inn cee eaiiM . o. 11 111. ib i 111 iiand and tin bi al of the Pro bin uitatsf Vll-aii-, tbi- il-t -!a of March ' I in;- MMION W. P.'VII. K., JI'i-.'.h. Judge. N'olU i: Ol" AIiOl'lION AND CHANGE OF X MK. WiiiLtvs. Tin uudeiMgnt.l, II. . K. Pool, ami Mana P.-.l. . of m lban.-. 1:1 tl inn ofFratikbn and State of .i:m.it. ibd. on tl.. .lid d.iv . f Man h A. I. ls's. , , elite .'i.d I.!. 111 tie l'lohate oftii .- at St Albans, 111 tl - I'-;" 1 t I . a'lkhn .iit 11 It - in din form of l.i-i I ij !h . d..pti 11 ol Mi.iini Mai 1.1 Nut!, y ( ailed) ..11 1 for tin 1 h ini;e her name to Mm in Mini Poole, and when i. the Probut. 1 ill t ''.-I 'ii -a. I .i.l'li f Mali h inaki a'i 01 1 1 ui'ldi'i'i tb it tin mid. 1 -i,'iii d -ho. ild giM. i.ot, . .ini a-ln) t. . 1 and 1 1 . 1 1 . of nam . I I'Ul ll-lllll . 11 't.. - till II "f till Al.lv- -in ' - -11 . ! 111 tl.' 1 11 V" r Ti. N-' nii'i , a neu j. .j . 1 1 ..t. d s; . : 1 1 1 - , 1 , -a d I H 1 in 1 i.t k ...mi!. . II 1. P .!. and M ma M. 1' '. h.i. a . 'i''i 1 Mnuiie Maria Niitli (-0 1 a.'t .r ..- '11 1 1 1 11. d b- ir at law, and tb it -11...I 1 li aft. 1 I 1 know Ii and ealli il b il.v nu,. Mm.ii M i' 1 I' ! , and 1 1 in 1 ! a)' ibb t , ile 1 .'in. 'i.l . -:.it. in .11 ii'hr.nii hand.-at St. lb.in-, th - ill !.: ' M 11. 1 Ii. lsi.s v R Pool.l . ji .1 MAR1 M. Pool.!'.. Vulb 1. op VIioPl loN AND l HN(.r.or Mi W ,11 v-. Th. mid. im.'Iii d, Nm ln.vii I o U and .lam P.. I.a-i II. of Sa!it-m i tie ii'.t 1 f 1": . nklm and state "f V, rmoiit, !. i, 01. in.- ITih da of Mai eh I' mi. . ..:. -' 1 nl. 111 'In I 1 bat. 01111 at St. lban 1I1 tie 1 11-1 r.i t ' t i 1 anlvhii. artii li i-in dili form ol 'au. ; 1 tin ad j it n 11 of Maltha J. imp. and foi a 1 ha 1,'. of In 1 naiui to Maltha J. La.n HI. ainluh it v-. ;ln -a:d 1'iobate ( 'ourt did. on .-aid 17' h d 1.. M.11 b, 111.1I.' .111 rdi 1 and di.ne l! l illiU' l-u'n .! -liol,,d ejvi ii.itl, . of -.lid1 adi 1 1:01, and ehaii','v of iiaun . In pubhhbiiiK N - .hi tin 1. of thni Nuks .sue. ml; m tb I .isi 1 . : 1 1. 1- 1.' ei . a in a - a p . priiiti d 111 i Al 1 i1 - a'.n-ji!. Tiil.uilol.lv.. kno ., tl.. t m N-ii.i.n 1 . I ... 11 and Jain 1'.. l.a-, 11. i.m .id' ''ti d Mai tha J. ( ainji a- our 1 lnld and in it ul la.. .1: ! that slu -ball lurtaltii be ki".'..n .1 ..! 1 ill. d b th, iiaun of .Martha J l.i- - I1. .1! -1 ' .1' .1.1 t mil. 1 mi.g oiu i -tat 1 . uwnn.i' i" ii hands at snaiitoii. this Ul-t 1 . -I M .1, 1 M lsi.s. NORMAN A. LA.s1:LL. . . : i 1AM I. I.Asl I.L. Solon S. Potter's Estate. ! 1 lTi.R uion roi: i u i:nsi: to si i.i. V. 1.1 1 l.sl'M 1 . st.iti ol 1r1noi1t. Ki-tiut ..f Iraiikh.i. I'h. lb n-.i.ibh , tin Probate Court for tin In- ' tint of I 1 inkiiii, to tin lulls and legatus of .s i . 1 Pot; 1 lat ol St. Aio.ii.s. -b eia.-d l.RKLTINo 1 1 hi - I'.. P. i b .im .and, Sjn 1 ial Admm:--ti ator "t tin -nl s .Ion s Putin, bath lepn- i m 1 ;. d to tins ( 1, uit that tin p Ihoiiul r.-tati of said di ei a-i -1 l- ill-Utliei. lit to . iv hi-ib bts b ti. -i.iii ot -7i!j,iJ, ..ml hath applnd t"i In eiise to 11 tl.. wboli of tin n al estati "f -aid 1. -1 . -i .1 oi 1 iiotiyh to pay -iini -urn and tin eo-ts and chaii.' - "( -1 ttiiiij,' .-ai-1 i stati . I Tie 11 foie. oii an h. rt b notilii d to iqijK ar bifoii tin l'i idi.it. I ourt at a -1 .-i"ii thin of to hi hold 11 al tin l'lobati Olliei m st. Alban?. on ' th, 11th da. o Apul, A. 1). Isils-, and -how i a u 1 to tin .'iitiai;. or gm bonds a- s-ud Colli! -ball din 1 1, foi the '.!. in. nt of cud ib btc and '. "-t of adiuiiii-ti atioii. mli. rv, i-e -aid Ad- liinustiator will b. hi'iii.siil and autlionid to 11 the wliob , 01 so liiiieh of Maid leal e.-tate of i-aid d cca.-1-d, as will bi -uftien nt to paj the . aforesaid sum. I Given under my hand and the seal of said Pro 1 bate Court at St . Albans in said District, this I ln.l. ,.rM.,r..l, 11 lKlls' 3lS-3w MYRON W.' BAILEY, Judge i PPLICATIOX OF UUARDIAX FOR IJ J CENSK TO SELL REAL 1STATE: STATE OF VERMONT, District of Franklin, us j The Hon. Probate Court for the District of Franklin, to all persons interested in the estate of Heruion'D., Sarah It., and Willie R. Wheelock of Bakerstield. C. REEETIXG : AVliereas, application in writing has been made to this Court by the guardian of said wards, for license to sell the real estate of said wards, setting forth that his said wards are the owners of an undivided third part of a certain piece of land in Rakersfield, described as follows, to wit: Reing fiftv acres of land of Lot Xo. 5, formerly Coits (fore, lioiinded 011 the South line of said Iit on the East line of said Lot and on the Xorth line of said Lot and on the West by the highway and that it would be conducive to the iuterebt of said wards that the same be sold and the proceeds thereof put at interest or invested in stocks or other real estate. Therefore the sa'd Court assigns the 11th day of April next for a hearing and decision on said application at the Probate Ollice in St. Al bans and orders notice thereof to bo given to all persons interested by a publication tb;ee weeks successively in the Vkhmost Tiuxsciiiit, printed in St Albans all of which publications shall be previous to the time appointed forbear ing. Therefore vou are hereby notified to ap pear before said Court at the time and place aforesaid then and there to object to the grant ing of such license if you see cause. Given under my hand and ollicial seal at the Probate Ollice in" St. Albans this 23th davof March, A. D., 18CS. 209-3w MYROX W. RAILEY, Judge. -VT0TICE TO CLAIMANTS. Tho following do scribed property' was seized by officers of the Customs for the violation of tho Revcnuo Laws of the United States: At Swanton, Dec. 30, 18C7, 24 galls. Gin, galls. Whiskey, 27 lbs. Tobacco. At Highgate, Jan. C, 18C3. 1 keg Gin, 1 can Wliiskov, 1 Harness, 1 Sleigh, 4 Rlankcts, 1 Pis tol. At Berkshire, Feb. 2, 18GS, 1 Mare 1 Sleigh, 1 Halter, 1 Harness, 1 Robe, 1 Calfskin, 3 galls. Whiskey. At St. Albans, Feb. 8, 1SC8, 18 pair Kid Gloves. Feb. C, C oz. Oil of Roses, G oz. Strychnia, C yds. Silk Warp Poplin. Feb. 8, 1 Trunk, 1 Sack 100 lbs. Nutmeg. At Georgia, Feb. 1G. 18G3, 1 keg Whiskey, I can Gin. At V.'cst Enoshuigli, Feb. 27, 18GS, 1 Black Horse, 1 Horse, 1 Harness, 1 Cutter, 1 Robe. Any person or persons claiming tho above de scribed property are hereby notified to appear within twenty days from the dato hereof, and lilo with the Collector of tho Customs, for the. District of Vermont, a claim, stating his or their interest in the property so seized, also to exe cute a bond to tho United States, conditioned that in caso of the condemnation of the property as seized tb. obligors will pay all the costs and expense of tho proceedings to obtain condemna tion. Othcnvise I shall proceed to advertis and sell said, property according to law in sucb cases inado Hid provided. GEO. J. STANNARD, Collector of Customs. Custom House, District of Vermont, Collec tor's Office, Turlington, March 10, 18G8. 208-3w LIBERATION N0TICE.-Thi9 is to certify that I have this day given m'y son Daniel Girard his time for tho remainiug part of his minority, and shall therefore claim none of hw wages, br p;vy any Tjf his debts after this date. his PETER X GIRARD. 208-3w mark. Witness, E. II. I5EALES. Rakersfield, Tt., March 121803. LEGAL NOTICES. James Davis' Estate. riMIE SUBSCRIBERS, having been appointed JL by the Honorable Probate Court for the District of Franklin, Commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of James Davis, late of St. Albans in said District, deceased, and all claims and demands exhibited in offset there to, do hereby give notice that six months from the 2Cth day of February.A. D. 1S03 are allowed by said Court to the creditors of said deceased, to exhibit and prove their respective claims before us, and that we will attend to the duties of our appointment at tho office of Wilbur P. Davis, in St. Albans, in said District, on the 7th day of May, A. D. ItSfiS, from ten o'clock 111 the forenoon till four o'clock in the afternoon. Dated at St. Albans, this 21st day of March, A 1). 1SU3. AISAtlliliN. lliUIi, 2 9-3w HIRAM B. SOULE, ComV. T IBERATION NOTICE. This is to certify JLi that I have tlii'- day given my sons, John 1 and George Cnrtis their' time during the re mainder of their minority, and shall claim none ! of thoir wages nor iiay any debts of tin ir con- , trading after this date. bis TELLIS X CURTIS. ; November 1th, 1807. mark. 200-:lw 1 G1 RAND LIST.--The law requires every tax- ' T payer to baud a list of his taxable property I to the Listers, between the 1st and the 10th of ' April. Uie of the listers will be 111 attendance at the Town Clerk's Office tofrcccive lists during that time. C. F. SAFFORD, For LSouid of Listers. St. Albans, March 21st, 1808. 209-2w GENTS WANTED FOR j MEN OF on; day : 1 Or the laves and Deeds of Generals, Stuti .-nu 11, , Orators and Political Leaders now on the Stage , of Action, includiug Grant. Shermai , Colfax, Sumner, Stanton, Sheridan, Yates, Ciirtin, Train- 1 bull, Fenton, Buckingham, Wilson, Greeley, ' Wade, Morton, Philips, Farragut. Chase, Logan, Steven, Beecher, Seward, Iloutwell, Di. Ham lin, Fesaendeu, Howard, andothtri, with our forty life-like Portraits of Living Man. Sold on ly v Agents. Great inducements. Send for ehenlars. ZEIGLER, McCURDY A CO., SMMhnr C14 Arch St., Philadelphia. Pa. JILLIARD TABLES, MANUFACTL RLD BY J. E. CAME, & CO. With Phelan & Collender's New ImpioM d ( oiu bination CasbioiiB, patented Nov. 2i;, lsi;7. old Tables re-enshioned with the aboe New Com bination Cushions for (75 per st t. Tb'se New t ii-bion-huu jT'ived, by actual u.-e, to 1 xeel all otlnrst;le.s 1 , r made. Tabb - of all stjles r.'i-l tini-b i-oii-tatith oil hard. Al.-.. Phi la'n A t 'llemli 1'- loiii'.im lliiniin,' ..ud BiUiari't Ta li. - .1 j: 1 .ii .'. i o.. 'Jill- 111) 1 1 1 S. ib .1 s, p, ' !. .: sAi.Koi; io l.i.i. The Irt 111 isis Conn r (hiifii mid Adit ins Sfrrets. II - 1. i- pleasantly located, in good np.ur. well sup' .ed with water, contains about thirty loom- rum nieiitly arranged, aud well adapted f ir a to -t-i lass Boarduig Hou-o. For t mis ap 1 U to X. C. SPKR. Burlington. Vt . Mnnh 27. 1. api-lw. ""TANTKli: 1,000 MEN AND WOMEN TO Al r .s I .Ah-LKS mU A SEEiES OF NSW EloTGRAV'lNGS ! FIVE EEALTiri l. IDEAL AMl'UHCAX FACES. F.ii-rae l on stone in Paris b lb . - . nn-n-nt Lithographies in th- wml 1. 1 n' 1 ii'iih-ia!-aiid d. c i iptn e 1 i i iiiar. .. Idrf-s I. D. ROlUNMiN, ?-; 4U Mam s . sjiui.,. Ma DlSsoI.l lluN- Tb lopaitm 1-11 p h. at -toll I i-tlll!,' Illlih I til. , l'i.- ' .' S.,,1IIA Huntiiut m 1-b mutual . : 1 '.; '''..- nav il' solveil. All ji'i utillt- with -a'l '" h !- b m ttb d mimi ii; iti h K.tln 1 paitmi i- ii'b.-i-I. 'to ii. ;pt b '1 tl.. -am . I il VKI.l.s U ', N I- 11 il I N 1 I M . 1 1 N st. A.p..n.- Li b. pttii. Is. - 1 in a ateli atnl J in bu-nn - n i'.i " Ihjii eln - ill bi 1 o'.tnii.i d, i n pi 01 '. .1 --. .111'! . . a km ililik' '.i u.i.ii .- in 1 '!'!". Is 1 II l:l I s U ! N 1 1 itf AUCTION. N'O Mopr. All 1'ION o- "' i '!" linpa able i"U'!iti"'i 0 -i, 1 - 1..1! . wi 11 d-pu'.i d of th. ii,,. 11 ti... ' n . i.i.,' tin An. Hon . -trr i.i' t'.- 1 1 ' Ii - i . at.i- lol'.s t'lp'i .1-1 1 l. I'.I. and. t .. . .". tit V ot Furniture. BeUdlnfr, Ac, O 1 I. and. I -hail .lo-, . ,t ti ci i-t 1 lit stock eon-i-t- , t 1 tablm. sun 1-. li.iri .0-. I.... . - s f.. a...! ami r.iitlnior Mattii ..V. A. 1! I. ion'i' an the pn. t - of ?oiik ot tin .,-.!- R- 1 Lui'i-f,v-, fl.5,"l. lailia-k 1...U1I.'- Ii .11 -'.nu t.. S11.IKI. Pun. Kxeil.-iot Maun -s. -. in in him;, 1 .1 0 Sofa- tioiii fo.oo to ?ii' k' .. 1 ,', 1.111 be lioiibt at an ottiir pla. . All -th 1 oiod ill pi op, .1 ' 1 i! I o in. in! 1 til 1 ' . '' . 1 s Hi lo - tlr'Ki'ii N1T1. Vjiii sti ,i, m Vluii Vt ' i: KIN-I.l. II ol'l.HTi.N uiMl'i: 1IH'-I 1 Ml ' BARNES BLOCK ! 1 hi -1 i.i.r. Chesapeake k Haltimore 0iers r itoi 1 - 1 o.'i'ii i I'lu- brand of o -ti 1 - 1- 'h- ..n . -t tin- 111,11 Ki t. Hot. 1-. Pi w it' Part.' tii.il. fill ni.-ln d at m.-nli pi .1 1 - i i :, -t .i. i'i.i i 1 ! is 1 KK.VT I.MPtSO KMi:T IN !K I 1 The atti lltloll of the pubhe 1- 1 ..I .1 t ... I -a di-imi i in l'i liti-to TIIK li UK AT KM' IVVN( !. s p i:vkr MAM' I.N 'I HI'. KI. The main hlhcult 11. at in.: aiuli.ial tietb is, tiny do in t bold in their plaie lirmh uioiigb. and add to tin.- tb. .uuioyaiiee of loud treitmg under tin plat while eating. I haie diseoir ed a inetnod of so constructing tin plate on which the teeth juv set that tiny will not -tart or drop while eating or speaking, in itin r will any particles of food get under tin plat , no matter what the condition of the mouth i, which is not true of any method bitlu rtonsed. I have secured Letters Patent for the UiuLvd States, England and France. The improvement is not in material, but in the construction, whichsjecures the atniosphi no pressure on the entire plate. I have sold the exclusive of said improvement to Dr. L. Oilman, to wit, the Conuties or Frank lin, Washington, Chittenden, Lamoille and Grand Isle. Tliose wishing to avail themselves of such improvement, will call on J)r. L. GlLMAiV, ST. ALRANS Vkhmos. N.T. FOLSOM. November, 11, 1SC7. 191-tf riV' l. Teeth, Teeth I JL THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT VET DISCOVERED IX DENTISTRY" Is that recently made by Dr. W. N. Nelson, of New York. It is an improvement upon N. T. Folsom'a method for constructing plates for Ar tificial Tooth. It makes them much firm, r than any other method, so they will not drop while eating or speaking, and can be used with perfect na.so. All in want of teeth can avail themselves rvf this great improvement, br calling at my office, where all ucntal operations are periorm ed upon the most liberal terms, aud warranted to give satisfaction. I have secured the exclu sive right of Dr.Nolson'ij said improvement for the State of Vennont and Canada. Dentists wishing to buy office rights can do so by address-in- " W. R. McGOWAN, Dentist, 193-tf St. Albans, Vt. New Yoek, Nov. 30th, 1867. Dk. L. Oilman, St. Albaus, Vt., lltrnr Sir: lix answer to your letter of the 27th inst., I wonld say that I do not know of any 0110 named "W. N. Nelson," in the Dental Profes sion in this city, and I cannot find any such par ty in tho Directory, therefore conclude he is a Myth, as far as tliis city is concenwd. Yours, tnilv, pjj-tf SAMUELS WHITE- The American Cooking Store In Court. AT an adjourned term of the Circuit Court of the United States, for tho Northern District of New York, in tho second circuit held at the City Hall, in the city of Albany, tho 23th day of January, in the year of our Lord 18C3. Pbesext : Tho Hon. Nathax K. Ham., Jwhje. Jacob U. Sheau St Joseph Packard, ) vs. In Equity Gi:o. li. Bull A- John M. Rockwell. ) It is further ordered, adjudged and decreed, that a perpetual injunction bo issned in this suit against tho defendants, restrains them from further infringements of said Patent, No. 51,10(3. Dated Dec. 5th, I8C0, for improvements in cooking stoves, pursuant to and in accord ance with tho prayer or tho Rill of Complaint. Signed A. A. Bovce, Clrrk. The above was instituted for infringement of tho Patent securing tho manner of fitting tho ash pan in tho hearth of tho American Cooking Stove, and for the combination of tho bailed ash pan. We have repeatedly cautioned tho public against selling or using stove3 with theso improvemets not manufactured by us. All per sons now selling or using stoves with these im provements in violation of tho above injunction, without license from us. will be hale to fine and imprisonment. SHEAR, PACKARD Sc CO 205-Jm. Albany, N.l. FOR SALE BY57 M. WALKER. RUCTION! AUCTION 1 Peremptory Sale o? a largo and valuable stock of DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, SILVER PLATED WARE, NOTIONS, AC, AC. In the commodious rooms formerly occupied by C. S. Bradley, over Hyde's Grocery Store, Main St., Commencing Saturday evening at 7 o'clock, and continuing each day at 2J and 7 o'clock p. m. tin til tho entire stock "is disposed of. Goods sold at privato sale during tho day. Now is tho time to buy Goods at vourown prices. ifgAssigners-K SEE ! ! SEE ! ! ! 1O0 fiiil course Commercial Scholarships, Good for life, throughout the "International Business College Association," to be issued at Chamberlin's Business College Burlington, Yt., before May 15. 1808. These Scholarships will be sold at the regular price. $50, and so issued as to secure to the pur chaser all the privileges and advantages of the Scholarships heretofore issued, and to be trans ferable to a second party any time within three years after tho holder thereof shall have been in attenilance at the College for three months. This plan will secure to 100 "STOUKTG mUN A thuromjh Business RUication al their own prii e, as the person making the transfer is entitled to whatever price he may agree upon with Ilia purchaser. This Unparalleled Opportunity w ill be withdrawn on the sale of 00 Scholars hips, the limit of time not to exceed the above date. The Thrte Months plamreccntly advertised is discontuiued. OJT As this offer will be eagerly seized, and an effort made to close the sate uf Scholarships at the earliest possible day, and 11 similar offer not again made, those desiring to secure it need to 1- prompt. r r niriner puricnnrs can on or auuress 1 J. S. CHAMBERLIN, Iroprietor, ! lfi3-ly Burlington, Vt. , THE NEW J DHUG STORE,; S. H. DiTSr, ACENT, I 0 FFEKS for sale bv ive nt arrivals foil line of very choice DIITJGS -A.ITTJ KEGDICIWES, InelutUng all articb s usually kept in ft Drug Store, such as Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Rrushes, Cembs, Pomades, Imported and Do mestic Soaps, Pntf Itoxes. and alt articles in this lint. The assortment of Hsu Brushes in very e.miplete and is om red at very low rates. PATENT IdEDICIirUS In great profusion ; of all the approved varieties. Ring's Ambrosia aud Hall's flair Renewer at wholesale. Also, Woleott's Pain Annihilator, Traeey's Balm, and many other Articles. DEPOT FOR DAY'S BITTERS, The 1t rt ai d - !:rtiiat in the world. I tkt this method to thank my patrons for their libera fa- ors. and to a-k a coutmuanee of the same. All Drags an ot the BEST QUALITY, And tie atti ution of Physicians is respectfully so!'. 11. d. Al! orders tilled promptly, at lowest 'at. Ph. I'iii l'n s, riptions carefully prepared by a 1. lau graduate of one of our Dest coUegvs. - -.store will be undersold by none. DR. A. Til. PLANT, I...:- 1 f Milton, will be happy to scre his old tri nd- and a iiiaiutanees, at this store, st-.n oni 11 from fifteen minutes before 1 o'- . '.a k until half-past 1 p. m., on Sundays for the sal. of in i'1't.ian medicines. " ! THE ST. JIBAXS LIQUOR AGBXCY ; i l ai.ti pun Liipiors tor Medicinal purposes. I KKKUTBEX , The People's Drug Store. St. Albans, Vermont. ! S. E, DAY, Agent. 13U-tf Ma .hit. 1-tiT r rnvNi 1 Life, Fire, Inland, Accident. l.i:e and AeeiJi nt Combined. Lilt- StocU ami Sieain Boiler. Insurance effected iu the (Hilt-it. Lui-Kcxt. mill Most Krllulile Insurance Companies In the United States. ! DEWEY, NOBLE & CO., General Insurance Agents. CORNER of MAIN and LAKH STREETS, St. Alba lis. - - I'enuotit. 501-tt A XKW UOOIC STOW-: MONITOR BIOCE, LAKE STREET, ST. ALRANS 'VERMONT, Has been opened by the snbarflm , where ran bofouud a varioty of MISCEU.AXKO US, SCHOOL A XI) TOY HOOKS; ALL KINDS OF ENVELOPES, 1' APE II, IlLANK HOOKS, A ND STA TIONEli Y, 1'IIOTOO.RAVIIS; I'lCTUl'.ES, Stereoscopic Views See., See. Toys 111 abundance, and a large variety of Fancy Goods, too numer ous too mention. He also keeps for sale all Periodicals, Newspapers And other Publications usually kept in News De pots. The Stock is entirely now, has boen bought for cash, many articles at a large dis count from former prices, aud is to bo sold at a moderato advance. Particular attention paid to supplying orders for all books that may bo desired, which are not kept in stock. Terms Cash. 202-tf C. Hi BAKER. j"0TICE: 1868. ANNUAL LIST. 1868. In pursuance of the provisions of the Excise Laws of tho United States, notice is hereby given that appeals will be received and determined ro lativo to any erroneous or excessive valuations, assessments, or enumerations by tho Assessor or Assistant Assessor, returned in tho annual list for embracing returns for incomes for the year 18G7. special taxes (license) for tho year ending May 1, 18G9, and articles in schedule "A," at my office in St. Albans, on the 31st day of March, 1SCS. And all appeals must be made in writing, speci fying the cause, matter, or thing, respecting which a decision is requested, and must state tho ground or principle of error complained of. HENRY C. ADAMS, Assessor. St. Albans, Vt., March 20, liGS. 20S-2w OOMS IN BARNES BLOCK TO LET. Suitablo for Lawyers Ofliccs, Milliners Shops, or Club Rooms; also first class Stores on first floor, nearly complete. 202-3w. IP YOU want a good suit of Clothes for a ven small sunt of money, go to BLODGETTS. IF'YOU want to see tho largest stock of Cor digan Jackets in town, go to BLODGETTS. "F YOU want a good Sewed Box Toe Boot, go to BLODGETTS. E0R SPRING STYLE OF SILK HATS, call at WM. N. SMITH . CO'S. FOR SPING STYlifiSOF PANTS AND VEST, eall at W.M. N. SMITH A CO'S. TTOR SPRING OVRRCOATS OP ALL KINDS, I J; goto WM. N. SMITH A CO S. FOR SPRINO STYLE OF SOFT HATS, go WM. N. SMITH A COS. to -TTtOR NEW SPRING SUITS OF ALL KINDS, , A; call at WM. JT. SMITH A nrs. tAI"3 FOR SPRING JUST RECEIVED AT O WM. X. SMITH A CfTS. 1ACK COATS FOR SPRING, go to vm. . 1 11 iot. BOYS, GO TO WM. X. SMITH YOUR SPRING CLOTHING. OYS, GO TO WM. X. SMITH A COS FOR HRUNKS OF ALL KINDS ; TRAVELLING 1 Bate uf all kindi-, at vt-ir v- WM. X. SMITH A CO'S. XTEW CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS. JUST : IS received at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. FOR SPRING STYLES OF HATS AND CAPS, call on WM X. SMITH A CO. HVi'S FOR BOYS : OASS-FOlt BOYS AT WM.'X. SMITH A CO'S. GtENTS' FURNISHING GOODS OF ALL T KINDS, yon will find at WM. N. SMITH St CO'S. BLACK DRESS SUITS OF EVERY KIND AT WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. FULTOft MARKET K. C. GAlJL.AH, Proprietor. JTS always supplied with the best of M-tn, Ftih. Trlpr, mill Sauoasr. AND ALL Table Delicacies of the Season ! Now on hand, a nice lot of SUGAR CURED HAMS FORESH" FT1!- TEL COD, CUSP and HADDOCK. St. Alban. W7-tf. AI.Ii that want a goou r ur cap and auK nai the latest tvle In market, will do well to ... Brnnnr.TrM caUat qiiam.es. avyma.v, JgY srccussou to 1868 WYMAN & HUNTINGTON. Aeknowledging the kindness and liberal pat ronage of tho public in tho past twenty years, l, CHAS. WYMAN, Now renew the promise, (and let the Pat1uf.,t,h amran) that this comer of tho good H""? STATE OF VERMONT, Ami (-onie portion of tho P. Q-, shall bo well and honsstlv supplied at the lowest possible rate with all the grades or American, Swiss .V English WATCHES, In GOLD and SILVER Cases. J E W E L E Y , Latest pattern suit alt grades FINE GOLD. SILVER and PLATED CHAINS. KEYS, LOCKETS, CHAINS, Masonic and Mechanics' Pfc, Solid Silver Ware, warranted fine as tnin. Beautiful ELECTRO PLATED GOODS, Prom all the best fictorie, such as TFA SETS. CAKH BASKBTS, RBRRY DISHES, CASTORS, rrrcHERs, GOBLETS. SPOON CUPS Syrap Cnps, Mustard and ChiWs Cups, Va-,, CoMn Plates, flnallv cTerythiBR of flrst qnahty Plated War. SOiS AGENCY. This is the only place in the county where you can get, direct from the mannfetnrrs, the Genuine Wm. Rogers & Son's Spooos, Forks, Knives, Ladles Ac. Don't be de ceived awl buy a 2d tinaUtT goods whon its so easy to get the best and at almost the same price. A great variety Clock.., Table ami IVickt CUTI3SY, In abundance. Everybody waute a. Jwtfe-then let everybody call and get one. A brg assert meat of QoM, Silver ami Steel Spectacles and Eye (.lames. FANCY G-OODS! SHEARS, SCISSORS, COMBS. BRUSHES, NEEDLES, WALLETS, BAGS, GAMES dC. Rifle and Pfetol Cartridges, Revolvers, Roberta' Needles (warranted.) Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry rewired in tha best possible manner. All work warranted .-an'.-fcetory pay refunded. EagraTing neatly executed, and at reasonably low rates. At the old stand, BrainerdV Building, corner Main and Bwk streets. CHARLES WYMAN. St. Albau. Pefc. lh, 1S03. 1203-tf F EUKl'AKV 7T1I, IMS". THE KXcmMBCT .VT A. H. MaTNYAJTS coNrisi'tM We are constantly reccivinc from the New York ami Boston Markets, the latest ami moat approved xtvlet- of Ladies' and Geb' JEmZLRY, Which we will sell cheap for cab, constating in part, of the following goods : .V LAKCE ASSOIITME.NTOP GOLD WATCHES. SILVER WATCHES, GOLD CHAINS, GOLD SEALS, GOLD CHAINS. GOLD CHARMS. A KI.VE LOT OK PLAIN GOLD RINGS, GOLD SPECTACLES, GOLD THIMBLES. GOLD BRACELETS, GOLD KEYS, SILVER CHAINS :0 TO MU.VYA.VS FOR SILVER BUTTER COOLERS, SILVER CAKE BASKETS, SILVER CARD RECEIVERS. SILVER FRUIT KNIVES. SILVER MUFFTNERS, SILVER VASES. UO TO JIL'XYA.VS FOR SILVER NAPKIN RINGS. SILVER PIE KNIVES. SILVER POTATO SPOONS, SILVER JELLY SPOONS. SILVER NUT TICKS. SILVER CHAINS GO TO MUXYAX'S FOR SILVER MUSTARD CUPS, SILVER PEPPER BOXES. SILVER SARDINE FORKS. SILVER PICKLE KNIVES. SILVER TEA SPOONS, RUBBER PIPES. Having made arrangements with ten of the best Pitted Ware Manufacturers in the country, I ant prepared to sell PLATED "WARE, At the lowest manufacturers prices, and have now on hand tlie largest stock ever offered in this market. Also, the largest assortment of Tovs and Fancy Goods, which I will sell cheap. Agents for Lazarus St Morris Celebrated Spec tacles, the best in Market. Steel Spectacles at prices all the way from 2 cents to i'2 50 per pair. A good assortment of Bronze Clocks just received. Call ami examine before purchasing elsewhere. 2ftl A. II. MUXYAX. 200 TONS PLASTER PARIS ! On hand and arriving, freah ground, in sacks. The Plaster is too well known as a fertilizer in this eottnty to need anr comments. Everv farmer should avail himself of a few tons before the sleighing is gone. ALSO FIVE HUNDRED BUSHELS OF HUNGARIAN OATS!! For seed, imported by Mr. Hill, of Grand Isle Countv, weighing thirtv-eight ponndrf to tho bushel, and a very heavy yielding oat. -ALSO-NORTHERN CLOVER SEED Raised in Grand Islu Connty. GRASS SEED, CORN. lil'CKWHEAT: Ten tons choice DAIRY AND CHEESE SALT ! Also, a large stock of FRESH GROUND FLOUR, On hand, which we arc selling FROM $10 50 TO $17. Tlie abovo stock is bought for cash, and olt at a small advance from cost. CALX, AND EXAM INK. Cash paid for all kinds of Farm Produce. 2&i-5w. S. C. X0BLE St SON. Removed. DR. S.S. CLARK has removed to Sonth Slain Street. Office at his rcu'de SC Albans, Vt., May. 2, 18Cf TTTST RECEIVED, a largo stock of Gloves J and Mittens for Mn and l..wU1 ba iold low at BLODGrTTa.