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t 4 - THE VEEMONT TRA.1STSCRIPT. The Farm and Garden. xV What Plaster "7 J' VVrilorfn the Maine Farmer gives the following experiment upon a rocky field having n naturally deep anil strong "The vear before I bought it, I think this fiel"l cut about six tons of hay. In Vnril, after I bought it, T sowed on one ton of, plaster, and that year .cut about fceveiitvcii ton.- of very good hay,' and Grange as it may seem, there was a good dial of white and red clover where there was nothing but moss and boxberry plants. The second year J put on anoth er ton of plaster, and cut twenty-five tons of hav, mostly clover. The third year the same amount was sown, and cut thirty-two tons of clover, iiince 1SG1, taking the seasons together, favorable and unfavorable, I have averaged with die same amount of plaster each year as before about hventy-eight tons of hay, which for the last few years, instead of Icing mostly red clover, has been stout lu rdagra-'s with a thick bottom of white clover. I propose to let the itcks re main just where they are, and treat it in future as I have in the pat. Although it may sometimes cea.-e to produce as much as it does now, I can see no signs nf going back as yet, and I see no reason by it should, since every year a heavy Mf-ondcrop settles down ainongthe rocks which serves notonly to protect the roots .lurintr winter, but acts as a good toji Jre.u,:.'' 'I'll i Karl a (load rich I'otato. Tins jiitt has been found to with stand tli.' rot successfully during the past iar, when many other sorts failed wholly or in part. It is a strong grower, and icld a large crop of good potatoes. Among many bushels grown on light, dry land, not a single tuber decayed. .It lipens rather early, but remains good ihrough the winter. It is a good innrk rt variety, as it cooks white ami dry ; and it is a very desirable variety to plant extensively for market purposes. Ve j reirard this as one of the best of the new sorts that have been sent ou during the past few years. American Journal of Horticulture for February. Perhaps no otato ever raised, has proved more valuable than the Early (oodrioh. Taken altogether, wo know of no early potato that will approach it for ircneral value. 1 1 is quite early, verv productive, has scarcely ever been all'ect- i t-d with the rot, is excellent in quality, i and is a goon Keeper. vorresponaent (huntry Gentleman. Greasing U'ayonx. Hut few jeople are aware that they do wagons and carriages more injury by irrcasing too plentifully, than in "any other way. A well-made wheel will en sure common wear from ten "to twenty five years, if care is taken to use the right kind and projer amount of grease; hut, if this matter is not attended to, i hey will be ufed up in five or six years. Lard should never be used on a wagon, for it will penetrate the hub and work its way out around the tenons of the -pokes, and spoil the wheel. Tallow is the best lubricator for wood axletrees, and castor-oil for iron. Just enough grease siiould be applied to the spindle of a wagon to give it a light coating; this is better than more, for the surplus put on will work out at the ends, and be forced by the shoulder bands and nut-washers into the hub around the outside of the boxes. To oil an iron axletrce, first wipe the spindle clean with a cloth wet with spirits of turpentine, and then applv a few drops of castor-oil near the shoufder and end. One touspoonful is sufficient for the whole. Ohio Farmrr. Tin: HAHWKitKY. It is a mutter of -urprisc that the raspberry is compnra tivelv so noirlooted. t.ie strawberry, a given amount is much heavier and contains more nutriment, while forqucllty it am scarcclv be con sidered inferior. Although if requires considerable care, the lwuntiful crop of luscious, high llavored berry which it yields, will make ample compensation. The raspberry is not particular in the choice of soil, flourishing in anv land of moderate fertility, though a deep, sa'ndv loam has the advantage of prolongim' the ripeping season, of producing larger and better berries. If posible the ground selected should have a northern -!, n the raspberry thrives best in a 'ool and somewhat shaded position imrrican Farmer. AirriraciAi. Honky. The following reeeipe for niuking artificial honev is trom a correspondent of the Country Gentleman: Dissolve eight pounds of refined sugar and two-thirds of an ounce i.f alum in one pint of pure soft water. Add to one pint of alcohol five drops of oil of roses. Four tablespoonfuls of the alcohol ami oil of rose mixture is sulli- icnt for eight pounds of the honey. riTTixt! I'oj -.ro Sirrs. Much dis . us-ion hnsbeenven the past few vears .'s to whether whole potatoes are b'etter tiiau cut ones. Each side proves some advantages; but careful experiments how that medium sized cut sets of one ye each, not planted too close, is the iot profitable plan. JLtj A Connecticut paper states that larmer in that State built a barn thir ty-two years ago, and put a cron of hav udo it the same year. Last spring was the first time the last of it was disturbed, the call being so loud that it had tocome ui. u was as sweet and bright as ever brought to market. anv KaS" England needs on an average about one million bushels of wheat from other countries a year, after importing guano, bones, and other phosphates, tertilizers in the shape of seeds and oil cake, and manufacturing so much ma nure at home. Kaf A farmer named Samuel llobin on, residing near Melbourn in Derby-"'""V'-ngland, recently took the prize i i. i. "i wiiicji -ivas-i&f pounds: cabbage" avmr0 of T2i- pounils to the !., ,mK'h,lu,T was cut last year at the market is largely lliesaw-niillsarc Closet, H n.r n. "fccrVillTrf cut this ,n'fr WUlg lali"' ''crs of men out orcni)Ioyiuent. Odds and Ends. -'1ii0ib tld'igout-an ncliiiiu tooth. Though!, not hours, are lfieares of life. M,?cffi,?,HWataWofa George Peabody is in his seventy fourth year. Kit Carson's health is so poor that he declines making public speeches. Often a man drives a pair of grays while he himself is driven by duns.' ' ' Victor Emanuel didn't eat anything the other day when Farragut took din ner with him. TP,rat'tude is so deadly a poison that it destroy the vorybWtn in which it is harbored. T.beFu are. 130 Episcopal cliurches in nngiann, -wMcli unbhiinllv place illdht on the altar. " Nearly S0,000 bushels of coal have been given this winter to the poor of Cincinnati by the city authorities. On the occasion of a recent ball at Paris, 7,000 camclia trees were used to decorate the apartment. liy n.fashiqnableyoung married woman:- The latest thing out my hus band. "Boy, where does this road go to?" 'Nowhere, as I know on. It's allers staid here, "Why .is. an "heir apparent" to a throne like an umbrella in dry weather? Because he's ready for the next reign. A polite voung lady recently assert ed that she had lived near a barn yard, and that it -was impossible for herito ideep In" the morning, on account of the outcrv made by a gentleman hen, "imniignam, and the Jtoval ilorti tuitural 1-airs for six cabbages, the ag- mtiii.vg: William IT. Smith & Co,, SMITH'S NEW It LOOK, Opposite the Court House, have this day oeiied me largest aim oesi selection ui rradv MADE CLOTHING, FrrnxxsniNG GOODS, HATS AND PARS Exer offered fur sale in tlie State, which x.e oiler at Rieatly r-dn.;ed prn-es. I.ooK ' I.ihjK' LOOK' l.onh'' l.nah' OVEHOOATS I English Moeoxv Reaver, (leniian Mnteoxv Hoaxer, French Jlucw lieavpr, American Mot-cow heaver. Cabtor Mobrow Keaxei, Union Mohrow Beaver, lUtH. hlaeka anil !llnx. Chinehillae, W.!t.ni Irish Krie7e, n.l I'llidMB, COATS ! COATS! Black Dress. Frocks, Black Trocnt Frocks, Black .Silk Jliied Frock, Gohl SHk Mixed Frooks, Fan cy Ca.Himeri Flocks, lgliHh ValkiiiK Frwls, Broadway IVorks. SAC3C3 JIosrtw Heaver .Sack, Castor Braver Hacks, lilt Baover .Sacks, IVreot (Biwvn and Black) Sack, Silk .Mixed (all colon) Saoke, One Skin Sackw, Broad Ckth Sacks, Faucy CaninV Sacks all DefccriptioiiH PAKTTS AND VESTS ! I'anU unci Vf.l of all kinds. Iu nt an.l Vftof all kinds, I'u nth iiinl Vrt of all kindti. PANTS l'AXTS FANHS VESTS VESTS VESTS OF ALL KINDS. OF ALL KINDS. OF .ALL. KINDS. - -OF ALL KINDS. s OF AIX KINDS. OF ALL KINDS. Drew) Suits, Business Suite, Working Suiu. OfaH Wnds and d(wriUiiHi Something luteresling for (lie Boys We would call mioml attention to otir complete asMtrtmrat of Vouth' and Bovt." CJothinR of ever dorriiitiim. OVER COATS OF ALL KINDS, UNDER GOATS OF ALL KINDS. PANTS AND VESTS OF ALL KINDS. FALL SUITS OF ALL KINDS. JACKET AND PANTS QF AL.L KINDS, FURNISHING GOODS SHIRTS AMD DRAWERS. SHIRTS AND DRAWERS. JSHIRTS AND DRAWERS. 1'LAII) OVER SHIRTS, PLAIN OVER SHIRTS, C.RAY AND BLUE OVER SHIRTS, OASSIMERK OVER SHIRT?. N,eck Tie-, Scarf, Tippets, Fnr Collars, Cotton Hone, Merino Hose, Shaker Hose, Silk Hdkr"n, Linen Ildkfb Snspend'r GIovch and a large amortineut of Cardigan Jack ets HATS AND CAPS, HAT AND CABS, HATS AND CAFS, HATS AND CAPS, HATS AND CArg Styles too Niiierus to Mention. TRUNKS, TRAVELLING BAGS, VALISES, RUBBER COATS, , , UNBRELIAS. Wm. N. Smith would ruspectfiilly inform all of his old customers and ten thousand new ones, that he can only he found at his new and t-pa-cious utoie, SMITH'S BLOCK, isite the Court House, under the firm j'of WM. N. SMITH & COi FUIT0N MARKET V.. C. GALLAlt, INopiietor. jS always hitpplirdwith the hest of v Strut , Fl.li. .... l" " Trlpr, and niiHttgcs. Table Delicacies ,of Jhe -Season,-! Now on hand, a nif lot of COD, CUSr and HADDOCK. 157-tf. St. Albany, a1TA1 B. K.S. CmRirijai removed to Houth Ittin XJ Street. Oflice at his reside St. Albaaa. Vt., May. 2, 18CC 83-tf C VT. TRANSGBJPT JOB PrintinG aw A OFFICE, sr. JvifnJi H. A. CUTLER, --PROPRIETOR. All FrintiiiK linmiilit t this O'tic-, butli l'lain and Oriiaiiiental, will li.x t with prompt atten tion, at iirk-es as lo r thetimts will admit. We do nr work miwh letter than can any Oflioe that will do a joh of printing for nothing for Hie sake of depriving ns of it, and we an' ready to compare onr arork with anj similar class orVrtfitrhg "l""" i" the rfties-, 1oth hi neat ness and price. Hand yonr order ivUt the Tratun-ript Btiok and Job Printing EstahlWnnMit if yon take any pride in having your printing done in a work manlike manner. ' E KAI) THIS! HUAI)'I'I1I! SMITH & POSTER IUVI.va I.EASHIITHEOl.DSTWIl T No, 2. Darrow Block ! ! MAIN STREET, For a, km of years, hare closed their branch store n Tjike Street, ami consoHdatett at No. 2, Darrotr Block, trtiare yon can find many (roods to Im Sold at Cost, Knati Dor rVMt IT.nlar dnrntt. H. Vt. Shirjts Drawerw. HbIs OnpK c' e. Wi- are Heavy Goods At cost-arnl lpm. to nuke rooau fo oar Rrtriug ShXk, lliat fTaWay Wraritis fit. AV k4 the lai-RM axortroni oi Pull Suil.s, Half Sntte. (. Vwti aat PanU. Undc Oar- iiifmtt!. HaU Cp,ikiUai-ii. V uot. oulv make a SiiotfWMQrwrOlp" ' ' t .r t a lSuinls'-Qdllar; But keoi.-i. larpp ac.orimet of fomt other utylee. 'Ties, IVjuth, an K'it. We hare and konp fcr MWy NVw Stjrh.. W ak atten tion of all w!h wish GL0THTNG FU'ffiN'ISHING GO0BB On prices, e can't be leat: on quality of goods, wo keep the bcht. By calhng at No. "2, Darrow Block, you can satiufy yonelveK. No grum bling if von don't purchase. SMITH A- FOSTER. l. m'd. smith, !63-3m o. n. FohTF.it. SB MESSRS. LAZARUS & MORRIS' . PEIlFECTF.n Sl'F.CTICLES. They Never Tire Tlie Eye, Last Slauv Years Without Change. A. H. IVfUNYAN, Watch Maker arid Jeweler, Sole Agent for St. Albans, 3"We employ no pedlern. 175-ly. SW .by Druggists Everywhere. co? iMk&JfS BJ Agonta: O.' Watfrburjv Vt., Kola 1-ebruarytth, 1803. ran-....! LIQUID iW ST Alt .VYGKXIZED AlK : - a riTitK ron- C ATAEEH, ASK DISF-WIF.S OTTIir. THROAT AND I.UJrtW, Applied by l)v, 0. L, Blood, so. 9 sio.sToo.Mr.ity place, nosTo.v, jiiss. CHROMIC CATARRH. XV Uv i n! rtiiio tins loathsome diwciw when r. Iit f can 1).' nl.taini d ' - mci t tbiH evrt-y da Mlio ar-xiifffriu from Catartii : mii-)i an tt it. thai t! a:r p ijs-fe- in tiw ln-a 1 jr. in a di cimip.i.Hi-il nmditiM'i the n - :u,d tln.ut filled with Kiu-h a fias, ,, (-,)rrupt iii.:tt.r that tlwj are object ut di-Ku-t tithem'les. ,i.:d of Jiity to the-.' iili v.ln.m th v ass.H-i.'.tr. (lirciiK 'at:iii'h liniriih tin !i. ., f.m- c.'h mid iir..i ,u il mm It i tmai iall e .us.-d b liuuiora) in' nit! tmiiiutoi IiUhhI. iv nliirh the l!l!l '..!. Illl ll'li! :tlll' l-'lll.nl. HOI I' III' llllllvilll'll prodnciii); a lopn-u.- rtu-n.u ,if viMeid matter. If it l.e iHudu.-i .! In s. rmila in tin- MmmI it is aluumt certain to end in i mi-ii;iiptiin. unless lwUy enred. iM-eause it i- :i)ixw.ib!e to en tirely prevent the mattei from i iiiuim dimii the biouchial intu the an' eneli , and uch is the tAfuriatiug, n icilduij; uf the irup-rt matter, it-contact with tho delicate linings of tlu air-t;c!ls at miec eausi - in it.itiun. and iu-viU-nthc Immoral pr.s-rties -.f the M.k1 to d rxwit therein TiiU-reles and l lcers. Catarrh almo-t ainat attends 'onsuniptii:i. aud friHjaeuth leads to it In Ojysrciiized ir we have a ixisitixe rnre for this diacane. The icmedv is taken hy iubxU ti'.ii, breathed directly into the lanirH, and through tlieni carried into tlie blood: tints a noon as the bio si wi'l caivv it, it leaelte all part of tlie sysU'lil. deeoiusilii the inipuir matter in the blmnl aud expelhiig it through the pores, and through the natural channels from the system. Thus yon will see that the cailM of the disases is removed, and the disease itsif must follow. Ill the same manner we treat and radically cuw Bronclutin and Consumption I.t no one Ottering front these diseases despair of relief. If yon are too far away to viait onr office ami see us personally, write a description of your symptom, and forward to the address Is low. Send for onr circular, which irivrs a fill! de scnptiim of th sc dim ases. Ont of tlw many th'msaiuis of testimonials mvived e publish tle fo!oiii;: Vttv. L. C. Itux.i), Dettr Mr: I d.-sire to give yon my teatimony in regard to th. valne of your wientifli- ajratem of treating Catarrh and dweawn of the Respi ratory organs. I have uwd mr remedy, "thcy geaised Air," in my practice for the last year with complete success. I have cured the Wont forms of Catarrh, anil a majoiity of the cases of Itronchitis and Consumption in their ath-ancrd ntagc". I mujnalirlediy pronounce Oxygeniz ed Air " the greatest Usui ccr yet conferred ujKin onr siilfrriiig race, and hope the day in not far distant nheii wry int. Dig. nt physi.iau will adopt yonr system in tin Uv .anient of .ill forms of chronic affection. Frat. mally yonrw, L. M. LF.E, 31. D., Ko. 190 Westminister St., Providence. Dit. L. C. Rloud, My Hear have tested yonr remedy. " Orygeuized Air n in advanced stagea of Ca tarrh, Itronchitis, and Consumption, and the rosult.s have been, in the highest pene, satis factory; so iwsitive am I of its wonderful pow er to arroat tho protest uf tl !lnve iiameil disoasoBt lwv r tn oonsciBiitionsly advise nil who may be Buffering from tliew to place them- s"lvcs under the treatiuont nt once. Respectfully youis, Rev. R.TOMLINSON, " Plymouth, 5Iass. 8F.SD l-On ClKCDlJlIt, AXDAIIMifeS DE. C. L. BLOOD, 0 MoXTtMlllKltY l'I.A(T n0ST0i MA SSA GiIUSETTS tTST riiysicans wanted to adont this system of practice. lDO-Gm. 30i4.vxu'.s PLANTAIN OIXT.1IE.VT. Tliia is tho best article yet put before the public for all kinds of Sores and Eruptions of the Skin, an Salt Rheum, Old Sores, Broken Ureaots, Stings of In s e o t s , Vegetable Tois onings, Ac. TSilI.. ... : Poland s ropiitallon aa an oigmator of vahjablo remedies. It is the GREAT PANACEA! For burns, sca'ds, frost hittcn parts, chapped lips and hands, cracks in tho feet, ('Uh which old neoplo aro troubled.) styes upon tho eve- lids, and in fact everything to whicji a salvo" is applicable. Price, 2o cents. Jla-jufachired un dor tho supervision of the origir.ntor, DR. J. W. FOUND, And for Rale br all Wholesale and Retail Dnin-- gists, and at 6onntrj' Stores Oeo. C. (loodwm & Co., ami Rnst Bros., & Bird, Boston, GeneraL Agents. C. B. FOI AND, Proprietor. Also, Agent for- Medicines manu factured by.Dr. J. W. Toland, Tiz: Cedar Plas- wituwa a.Air, X11U1UI1, Tl& 1WW11CUV, thartic Pills. Ac. 188-1 vtow.- 0 INSUltAXCE. The untleraijfiicd mil take rinks for either of the following first class Iiimiranee. Companies: Home fnsiiruec Company OF NEW HAVEN; Capital Stock, 81,000,000. Isitcrnatfoiial of New York. CAPITAL, J 1,000,100. Fire and Marine of Springfield. Cnpltsii -itooic. ;.-)().)(. National Insurance Com pany, Boston. CAPITAL $300,000!! Insure ii,'.iiiist Fire and Marjue Risks:. Not ex eeediii,' $;10,000 on any one Risi. Each of tho above amounts of Stock paid in. M. BUCK, Aweiit, Office over Weeks' store, St. Albans, Vt. Nov, 1st, lSCC. U-tf. The last (ffvWil Success. TOR RESTORER aHdressiMS will quickly restore Gray Hair to its natural color and beauty, and produce luxuriant growth. It is perfectly harmless, and is preferred over every other preparation by those who have a fine head of hair, as well as those who wish to restore it. The beautiful gloss and perfume imparted to the Hair make it desirable for old and young. For Sale by oil DruggUU. DEPOT, 19S GREENWICH ST., X. T. SADDLERY, CARRIAGE, XI UV1LDIXU HARDWARE. We hare the largest and btit assorted utotk rrficoodofwwdeription. in the above hue. tobefoond in h State. A agents for th.- Urgent Belting Factories, we keep a supply of Leather lJeltliii; Of all aunt, on band, we oftVr a full and ...m plet' MBtwtineiit of Carriuyr ami Harness Maker.-' Supplies. And areeoMtaiaUy rre. ixiii-. ..n--iiii,. .,!- ! .. wuperior arti- .f ak u,l II. u....k II m - Ieather, Par. nt C.,l.ir ami I.n t i.i.iii, ..i ! Kplit Hkiltiii- :i:i I V. ink. i . H.n.i .. .0 -..ft I .'-!. liiiiiaiiit , il (lit Tot and drain lloat Leather, Win. Ii xx. nth r .it .1 lux i l.ii tie, 111. Jiy-.iui M- r l AN A Hilt 'W N J. feUol H 1 X. .11 XX M o.ixx XX. OBuBOE XV. blioxx .x M All "iW STtUlK, WHOLESALE AND' RETAIL ! Confectionery and Tobacco. soonntATD s fjiem-h asi American CONPECHONERT ONE TOS KIXEIVED. Shelf Groceries, every Descriptiou Frnllx ttiul Vegetables in their Seaci. Oranges, Lemons, Grapes, Kuu, Figs, DatcK. ; ami other goods too numerous to mention. Con- f S.t3 merly oeetipied by a H. Lcwih, Jr., Jt Co. ai2-tf II. It. HAMfiON A CO. i jl.Vl.I. Af BKECK & AVETIIEUBEE'S FOR Ditms aoois. DOMUSTICH, W00LKNS, sir.vOTir, WHI1U GOODS GI.0VBS,, " . - "nofJiEiir, VocKflrr knives, NOTIONS, AC. itl.sfl- COPB-jjS, SUGARS. . SPICES, . RAISINS, CRACKERS, : BROOMS,. KER( )SENE OIL, S. IXiT, AC, AC. 110-tf IV YOU xvant a .foml Sewed Bo x Toe Boot, ge to BI iODGETTS, TOM. ONE DOLL aS. I Mi TrE SEIjL RESS PATTEltl IX. PANT Pat t tenis, Webs, Cotton Cloth, Sfendn, Car petings, Sheetings, Dry and Fane y C.ods, Ac, Ac. Cii-cular Sent Kree, gix-ir sfial particu lars: or Twelve Checks sent fo r u Dollar, describing txvetx-o different "article jwflu'dtXTOwill sell for One Dollnr Kuril. &i Ladies and gentlemen ivant iiis Attentw, to whom the most liberal indncem ia ta offer ed, and satisfaction guaranteed iu . aiHie&ntH. CHAS. LET IS & (CO., Jlannfacl tirvxf J&tfuils, 04 6i 60 FEDElCVt, '. jTXXITEI, 208-ly) Botiiun,3!Imu. I.11K AVII.li liKI.VG OUT TI1KTKUTII. Wo aro now receiving from Saw York and Ron ton large additions to our already largo stock of BOOTS Am SHOES ! We pi-oih.ne to give them a few of mir many Xotet Prices Coffee", 25 to 10 cts.; 30 diifereut kinds of Tea at 60 ct., 70 eta., SO eta., itO eU.. 41.00, $1. 0, l'st $1.25.; Common Iaaipa coutnktte, 30 cts.; Marble Foot I .amp at 50 cts.; Largest Lamps, llets, 11.50 per tioz.; HckaS Tumblers. i cts. (.all and see the " NEW SLTX BUBXER !" rii. greatest uiiprovrineiit of tie nets. Iaut-rni-. 31 . I 'llll! (i LASS WARE, CROCKERY, And Stone Ware, down, down, dowi' Indies Leather and ( lotli Ni'v. of, .id ki .o. sor's, -ies, and width. Ii .in ill. l.m.M en! to luli. higher, liig!ii-t. AIT2J MISSES, l:i gr. at ariety. i.ens ami l;o- lio'.i it pi ic s mi low that dl sure!) cue-. Hie - i.e oi thrill. CUSTOM WORK ! We maunfaetnre all kiuds of Ladie-' and (i.-nu ISits ami Shoes, and with the assistance of tin well known A Foreman, we cannot help gifin satisfaction to ah. 30t'aiie Mcn' lls,ts at Wlioleaale and Ketail, juBt rec-eir.il. Keep your feet tlry hy us- his liornnni'd 'WATER PROOF ! . It will prexelit Coughs ai.d Cold- caused by damp feet. Will you pi. ac call(:f oii haxe the eash ) and be convinced that half ha" not x. t I bi e.n told. WHEELER 4 BAILK ',.. ..... .. 13S-ly Main Street, .opposite the t omt House. ; . rpUKlHEMHlCS EXflTHJIKXT OX LAKE STREET AT THE NEW USE PRICE nJTlilM STORE!! i -ui -HTiber is happr to inform the people f I i i o. i County that he has just opened . 1VBW STORE, Vnd In-ln-ring that he understand- the wants of 1 , the people of this cold climate h has tilled bis I X.-w Store with First Class jaTEW GOODS! I'nrchasul from the Best Maiiufix'turt r in New i York and Ikisioii. the subscriber feels institied j in sayiuj? that he can pl ase all. He sell R'-odn AT LOW PKXCES. The undersigned han spitred no pains or expense 'i the selection of his stock, and all those in xxant of I'lolliiug and Kiirnlshiiig (2oodsf HATS, C.1PS. BOOTS, STIOrK, ai.ovEH, iirrrENs, PAPER COLLARS, T1I5S, Ac AVilldoxx-elltogivensa call liefore tmrcbaBing etecxThrre. We make ih eelebratetl Ucuiis Patent Shape Collar a SPECIALITY". MT STOCK Or OOOIS IS ALT. XEX AXD Or TUB IATEST SToTIjES IN MAHKET. Renicmbe.- the place Second door from the American Houne, north side, Lake street. GEO. W. BL0DGETT. St. Albans, Oct. 1st, 1307. lSG-tf CERTAIM, Cps )dy Curo frrC .v J - I NEURALGIA, I JiSD ALL NERVOUS DISEASES. Jt Effects art Xagieal. 1 1 is an unfailing remedy in all eases of Neu ral eia Facialis, often effecting a perfect cure in lesj than twentv-four hours, from the use of no mere than txvo or three pills. No other form of Neuralgia or Nervous Disease has failed to yield to this 1V0KDK11FUL F.EMF.DAL AG EXT. Even in tho sevtrwt eaxe of Chronic Neural eia and general ncrrou derangements orinany year 8tandiiiS3tfcci)uZ the entire ostein, Us use for a few day, ot c fair wrolw at the ut most, alxvaya alloraa the MOST ASTOVmntM JlEhJEF, And very rarely fails ta produce a wnipUta and permanent cure. It .contains no drug or OtJix.r rnaterials in tbo.sligbtet degree invno.is, Cfln to the most delicate wystoin, aud.caa alxxajs be used with PERFECT SAFETY. It lias iong been in constant use by may of ev? most eminent Thysicians. who give it their unauiinotw and unqualified approval. Sent by mail on receipt of price, and postage. One pacluge. . . . f 1 00. . . .Vostage C cents. r-i'x nackages. ... a UU ivePaW"-- 3 CO..-- " " . Ji U old by all wholesale and retail dealers m drx-itf 'and medicinerf throughout tho United Staft. bv XURNER fc CO.. Hole Proprietors, 120 lerow.treet Raton. 3Ii 189-Gm In voif'waitf . cood euit of Clothes for a very small sritii offfioJ,Saio PLODGETT'8. Ip-VOUTx-ant to c,e jju Jargest stockof Cor digan Jachrftf. to tow. gQ to BLODGETT'S. E003IS IN BARNES1 BLOCK TO LET. ,sUablo for Lawyers pbecs. Sliy.mera Shops. r Club nootas; afeo fet fl.ass Stores on hrat ltoor, nearly cowpje, 302-3w. T Rubbcra, Crockery, Olas-s Ware, Leat'i er. Shoe j tiT?;, V5? 1J 9at " 'M.ni SK u . fs, FindingJ, Ac., to benefit th- inhabitants of ! u"t'"'r. ,r M:' ,1'. ,l a11 Z' Il,la:'1 VuuA ' "' a. an 1 r,, oik of this km! .itliout bintlraiiue to our ens- Puff Bi.k- nice Bo. . ,,r . .toners. We shah be prepared to famish corn Boxes, Osier BotUes, Wick, i ol i in the kernel, or ground, and t all time- fresh , nts, i'arian Hetties t p.-rf,.,;,, i ', j and as cheap as elsewhere. W.i are also ready ' tr... t,, RiiamelV, C.nidri. - "t , I"- SITO "XrTTT T1r eirntrftornVW I to receive ordt rsfor rrei.i-h Etia. r; y-Lai.-'- I.u,. I '. " jk.3LJL Fi.E.X3r NEW STEAM MILL! -OF- T?in e-Ti am & Lin nnln Star the Prelsht Ueiwt, St. Allmus. Vt.. IS now ready to grind corn meal, line or coarae, arIallkinda of grain for feed. Thin Mill wa Imilt br Holmes A IMniicIiurti, of Uos- ton, of the "bet French Son-, is complete in eve- rj r sheet, and is capable of ffrilHtW taent- 'J ! iSnl!. I.iniri ;hiii !n;irs. Mouldiiiga aud H...ir.e Ki!iishioj?s of e-. e; scriptMsH, of klh1 material and worKm. ad any other shop m the State. y de-.i.-o.p JOB Such as Plaining, ii..ti-hilig. fn riling. Scroll Saning, Ac, Done to order with da iiinery which is m and of the latest iiiiin imiihi.U 'W.tii thee fa -iii-(ie to give !!! it -jn-f.ictio.1, tte soher. a share of puMu iMttoiuue I'.IStUIAM A LINCOLN St. Albans, l' ). r,, VA-W. G. B. SMITH. ltt-tail Dealer in. HilTS, GAPS, & PURS,' i;u:ii:.. F.ne .. . . i,'L i;..is-s, ru,- n., T. ,.tts i.ll.s iJl. - 111 . I-ut .I'ld lle W (i!o. 'Iitr'ii-. ..::.. ii;i'". ui.-. ir...- iiii' li.ir I'niti.-, c ,e South Main Mreet. St. Albau-i, Vt. CASH PaIO for shipping fur?. loT-tt UlLiifcirr V. s .'.i ru. 0 1...S AU 1IEI.ODEO.S : 'I be -.i s.-rtlj. r woiihl hiii-oii-k i it h. na-recei.-.l the a'i u.-x r s t!. M. m 'ii'. I 'i -4nd Mcl.sb -n .!.i mix . N .i ii ( 'n . and will furnish I'lsiimm ,t- .if the Fl.X'Ks I j n . ; . i . 1, ; To Afjents or I'jn.i.i. -. .ill. i .. - i- !. tenus. Tbex ui,iiii.,a.tiii. nfn .,! i :.t m.-..1.- ! from one to six x t.- i .-.1-. uh ! ti. mt si i: i: is ii:k.v.'." All of these iiitri-, :.e,,r.- p.mjt ,i. ,t i-i'x.r witii sweet:,, ss .-.n.l tiex;l,mtx of t .iie. u.- rradx to tespoud t th t ...has a. pui... :h e.i-es ar lnirhh ruii.. i.'. .1 n x.t md rim-h. tl xeix lust of in it. r. il- i . n. u u-4 .1 irrai.t. d to i,7IT - J !-FA' Tl"X. Any person wishing tl.- !-st liistninietit for th. 1. a-t amount of in-.m-v. x.iil do xx.il to . xauui'i til.-. I.efore put . h Is.IU' lse.xher . I). FAliliAli. Au. nt. M. Alh.iiis. t. i'-J-om- ii, umm i sons VI i 1 1 . . . -t i ii-i.. .! ..t the Old Stand, i-ill. .x i SPACIOUS WAREROOfdS, Fill. 4 xx i .f t m mo-.t t tel,-ix ... . :;. k.- of F V R X I T r R E Kxer oifi r. .1 in th:-. mar! . t. We would enpeei- allv uix it.- .itt. ntioii t.. a rim lot of t'hambtr Si-tt-. w ofh froei . to tv). PARSOU SUITS, To suit ;mv r;.r- . t..l room. Chait- of ex. err .!eri'itn.;i. Pallor, hasy and RixcJtinir Chairs Cam Seats ami 1 lining Chairs, t'entre, I'liiiii: and l'ti usion Tables, I..u-i-ues. Riu. an-., iie.isteads, Ac. C HILh R E S S V A R RlAG E S In laif;.- x.ni. ty. Motors, Puture Frantvs of x-anom mouldini;-'. m all shapes and sizes. We hax. addtd a nexx department toonr h,;-iin-s-, and h.ixe just . polled r.l tloii-..ud Rolls of Of all prii'is, and xndiacu.g n. xv aiid eh-gnnt pfltternH never lfor. offered in thi- market. Aleo, Mme chou-e designs in a new stock of Windor Shades. We also keep coustantly on hind a larxe assortment of COFFINS Eosewood & Metal ic Cases, Jlr. IL Livingston xxould thaBk all old friends fer a gener ous patronage ex tending over a pe gs:! rind of forty-three x-ears. and invite SJb ."hem and the nnb- be gene rally to the 5 f w nexv store . e nave "t- not the largest stock of Furniture m tie- t inted States, bnt xx have an extensive an.l attr-utixe assortment, wlneli we will sell on the most favorable terms. Cal at the Nexv Store, opposite the Cotrrt IlOs, St. Albans, t. h L1VIX0ST0N A g0j;s STATE OF TER1I0NT. JL yBOCLAMATIOK. "TTTIIEREAS, the At, AJbaps Bank, a corpora V V tion, duly ineorporatud by tho Loeislature of the State of Vermont, located and doing busi ness at St. Albans, in tho county of Franklin, has mail application to mc, requesting me to isMio a proclamation designating some day for the termination of the existence of said cor poration: . And whereas.it has been made to appear to me that two-thirds pf tho legal votea of ihc. aloek Iiolderaofsaideorioratioa were given in favor ofsaid application. Now, tuorefore, I, Paul Dillingham, Governor of thoStato of Vermont, in conformity with sanl application, and tju provisions of section cigh-ty-fcixandeightv-sevci of chaptof eighty-nine of the, General Statutes of Vermont, do hereby U suo my proclamation, and declare that on the txtentv.finll ilay "f March, A. D. 18C8, the said corporation (.hall utase jo exist 13 fully and with the sama effect as if said charter pxpjred by the limitation thoreof. In wiinesi whereof, I have hereunto signed my name and caused the Real of the State i,.s. to'liohcrennto affixed, in Executive Cham bers at Watorbnry, this 23rd day of So tcmher, A. D. 1867, and of tlie independence of the United States the 91st. PAUL DILLINGHAM. By the Governor, Wit. V. DiixutoiiAii, Scc'y of Civil and Military AaCairs. AM that xvant a good Fur Cap and Silk Hat the latest stvle m market,, will do well to call at " BLODGETT'S' i Leonard. Brainerd & ( DBl'UULS T S ! ' i 9.r 9aie Ttr r,t -ipplv ,r . .,. 1 elected with , an- and' w.uri., , Tiauty. Ladies' and ( ntlem. n ji. , 1 h.? uvr? ehoice-at from i.i to .-, , uh ' Cologne .-tan U. M'rliT BLOtiMIsi; i r .;, 15..iU. t of Eden, Kptian Lotu-. l.tra. t-. H H-id.i Wat. r. I., .-!, r , 1'oiii.nli - h u, ;, , ,.nt-:o T'.''l. I.,:... i iii-nii.-. 1 1. nth .it r- Pock t IJ.H,1,. ) Ac UandMiir..is. r.,:i,,. An . , it iili iiu i w.n. .!id ISni-l.i .- f ,i- .til pr.rp.. -. - 1; i . 1'le.h, I'. I t.l. N 111. hi" .. ,, ,, 1 Ac. Teeth l'..-,,lir- -in! 1 , ,, u DriukiiiK Masks j mi i up-. . ..oi. . 1, ,, flolll .ei lit- to 1 '.Ml t a!. YF.HY Siri: s , ) nd -'.i:tioii. r'- .-it . '.i i I . ,. ,i i. Note i'.ip. i, a:ei 1 in p. - , U; luoim t.-rs. e oft-r. .- .-no .i ii , i . . ion.- -t.s-k of Oi:i i; i , Mt.hi' i i -At low prin v, .ii,.; ,f ,ndli' j i, , and Lru,-isis old. i solicit, d. 'y. r. -. arefuilj pr. pr. L P.Y1 h I .Mrlih l'i -j-reat ari. i, .v .ir.,1 .ipn.-... ! M'it'IN (tth .1. ,i: t-i .i-i.l, i n'j'ii. 1 t'l.-. ,r,n i.:.a. ' , muI . n.il . k i Ll .' IS I ' n l.i n I ,'. s K :'.-. . , 1 , -t ,i..d t !,- .. . , t XV i, -'.IM, -,,:, iij ., , . Ac le:riiin,r I'luiit, j .-,t- i-i.-... su;. HI- I - Old Ml ..! !'. - 1 i str mi. . I -. t.,i i:i.-lied. v. ,. '. . -! It.'. 1 Xi i -III I ' ' . - -A .1 t "-Tit. . i Ul.l 't. I , ,-li.t. , Tt.:s -loo - . 1 -i .. .:n.i ?I Ai - r l.i l.KONAiw), ilJ.AlSK..:- i 1 -t. A. .Jiis.. l-. c. 1MJ7. i ,e Y T 1 I 'l.tV f .-: I , . i i ; . : p. l 1 1 . .1 r in . ii. 1 !.U - r i. -KIN i..t :it i I I err So CO.. ' St. Albani J"x yl C. A. J. MARSH F.'ll Ii-nii ojiens .sept. M. -. h. T. It eraphuis; ith u- of iti-trui .- i t-. Ph. n vrapny per t. mi -"h'. p-. ,i. : in.ii.sin; sent fr. e. Jl r UCt'EIVED, . and Mittens for M. u an.l 1. I he so'ni at Ul.l -I i". l.i - (travellers' (OuWc. ItRMO"ST CEVntAI. AXD Sll.l.l R.ULI;O.VDS. WINTER ARRANGEMENT Commeucrnc Feb. 34, 1868. TitAINS IKW ifTH AM t.x.-r Lux. St .(Albans at6.15 a.rn.. liOoj.. n, ai.i 7.iU n. ni. Mail Tiaui leaxes !t. Albans at '' 11 a. . i . ai. 1 . ..i.n.-cts at lluriuiKtoti xxith Rutland II i 1 t White liixer Jnnction ai.d Belloxvs Fl'.s - t'i tr.n-foi R.stou, Wont ster. s.pm.n. i.t. -..I xvtth trams on rass-.itnpe:. R. R.. ani-- V. rk at 10.45 p. ui. m txpress leax-e- Montreal at s.Jii i. i , - John's at 10:00 a. in.. t.di-i;!'ni -;h at i. : Roust's Point at 10:45 a. m.. for ISoston. ... i ix uiu ni Rostop, ia. Loxx. 11 at lu :in i. tn ii;ht EJiress h av. s Od. n-burfjli at 1! '" in.. Montr- al at :J. 'o p. m.. Roi.-t '- l'...n' at , . ' p. in., St. Johns at 4.50 p. ni.. arrixuiK a i at s.40 a. in., cinnectuie a; lit ll xxs 1 ah- xi. h (Ti. -hire Roa.1 for Boston a.i.i W..nt -.t i i I xxith VenrioBt Valley Railroad for Sj-miRti. I.I. A Mid arrtTma ui Neuiork at li:io i. in. TBXI.Ns OoISo SOUTH IM XX t.-1 I . e for Montttai at CIO a. .a.. 7 1' 1 F-.r ; lhis-' P.nt and Ued'i.sinrirh at -I ; U:t'j p. m., an.l 3.10 p. ni. I'.ix Express leaxes Boston I.oxx, I! - m. ior Burhngton, St. Albans, and M utr Helensburgh, A c. Mail Train leaves Boston xiaLoxxtd, u T j T ' - .1.1 . . - a. in., via Law r.-ncx; sua riiiu.'ui i a pruiKfield at 7:45 a. ni.. for Buriine--: . . St. .Vihiins. Acoomniiwlation Train h-axes Norih'i. 1 i; H.lH) a. in ., for Rurhngtcn, Rutian I. t. . .aio Rouse's Pomt, Ogendeshnrgh, Ac Night Express leaves Bellows Fall- at H' " n .. rx'eeiving passengers from Verni' ii- i. Railroad, leaving New York at 12.1) p. tn , u ! from Cheshire Railroad, leaxmi; Rost.-n ; " . p. nt.. ctmntetiiig at White Rixer Jtim u k.-I. tram leaxing Boston at 5:Kl t. m.. for Rurlii'i -tu, House's Point, Montreal am! K'b " i!"'-'! connecting with Grand Trunk Tram- f r ' West gh-epiiig care are attached to both th. i.n Express trains running btwn St. An.an- . e Bodton, and St. Albans and Sprinstiel.l. Throngh tickets for Chicago and th. V . -t sale at the principal stations. r O. MERRII.I., -up. St. Albans. Fib. 24. lfti. EUTI.AMJ AXI) BCltLIVtiTOX AXD A T VALLEY RAILROAD, thi and after Die. 3d. W", trnv s Mill i.t as folloxxs. via : MoX-lS.t HUl IH .XJ.O FT. Leave Burtingtonfat 8:30 . m.. 1 35 p. m. ' i '.45 p.m. Arriveat Rutland at 11:25 a. m., 1 I if p. ru. 8:00 a- m. 12-50 a. m. Leave Rutland at 4:00 a.m.. 12:00 in. Vrnt B.UOW Falls at 7:40 ami p.m., A 125 s. ui. .. Leave Bellows Falls at 7.50 a. m.. 2 25 p. 111., :!:J0 a ni. Arrive at Brattleboro at 8 50 a. ni , 3:20 p. m., 47 a. m. MUTING SORTH AS1 WEST. Leave BrattWborw' at ll.K) a. nr., 4:45 A y.OO pi m AHV at Bellows Falls at 12 00 1 m aud 5:40 Mid t(:5o f. , , Leave BeUows Falls at 12.J-5 p. -5.4a i'U 10.00 p. m. AiTive at Rutland at 3.10 p. m., 9 -On n m. 12:35 a. m. Leave Rutland at COO a. in.. 1.20 p. m.. A 2 p m. 1-30 a. m. Arrive at Burlington at 'J 1., a m., 4:25 p. m., and 6.15 p. ni. 4.15 a. ni TRAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOW. ew At Bnrhngton with Boats on Lake 1 haiu plain and Vermont Central an.l Vermont mi l Canada Railroad, for Montpeher. St. Albans. Rouse's Point, Montreal, OgdeBsburh, and th West. At Rutland with trains for Tr..y. Alb mx and Vuw York, Saratosra Spririgij. Sehmeria.1.. and Uw West. A Bolfcxvs Falls with trams -n Cheshire Railroad for Fiuhbargh ni.u.-t. 1 Lowell, and Boston. With Vt. Vail. . Railroad, for Brattleboro', Springfield, Hartford, V x ri . ven, and New JgA-atvd xxith Sulhvau JUi.;.... for Windsor, mute Ttfirer Junetum, WeUs R x. ; St. Johnsbnry, Newport, Littleton, and th. Whit Mountains. ....... . Passengers for the West will tind this a . h.-ap. pleasant, and expeditious route. FOB TICKETS, and all neeessarx lufonuatn u enquire at the Oltlces on the line ltf. GEO- A. 3IK1UUIA. U;ipt. VrOltTIIEHA' ItAILUOAD, WINTER AJtRAKGEMEN T-18C4-5. On and after Mowlay, Nov. 14, 18, Tass. ng. r Trains will ran as follows : CTWAHD TBARH. Dtiv Express Train leaves Concord a "J.35 a. in., for AVTiite River Junction, connecting with A, Ihr -fntneHer. Bttrlington, Rouse s Point Montreal. Ac, and with Ocdensburgh and Gran.l Trunk Railroads, for the West. Mail Train leaves Concord at 10 . . w . for White River Juncthm, connecting ) ,th tram for Walla Itiver St. Johnsburv, Barton, -"'TF vli Bristol' Train leaves Concord at 3.M p. ni., fo: Franklin and Bristol. Bvening Express Tram lo&vea Concord nt 9 . p. nr., tor ixouu mni uiivuuu,i.."v..s " trains for Montpeher, Burlington, St. Albans Rouse's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, and the tor vnuo West. 6r on arrival of trains from Boston, Worcist. r. Portsmouth, Portland, 4 c, ppWljSxAttfi TfJli(3: Morning Express Train leaven l?hite Rivtt Junction for Concord at 1.15 a. m., or on arrival or train from Ogdcnsbnrgh and Montreal. On Mondays at C.25 instead or 1.15. Brisfol Train leaves Bristol for Concord at 8 a.m., andTTrankiin at 0,13 a, in, Mail Train loaves Whlto llivor Juuetlon for Concord at 12.15 p. nr., or on arrival of trains over the Vermont Central, Passumpsic, and White Mountains Railroads. Day IUiiKsj Traill ieas White River Junc tiun at i.53 p. m.. or on arrival of traiiwfrom Montreal anil Ogdensburgh, Brattleboro , heeiie, JJeUows Falls, Windsor, ic., coitnecting at Con cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell 8"'npttrain8 connect at Concord with traini for Manohcjiav, Lawrence, Portsmouth, ion land, Nashua, Worcester, New York, Tx-x-h. J l Boston. ONSLOW STEARNS, Agent- Concord, N. IL, Nov. 10, 18C1.