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ST. ALBAjSTS, VT., THTJES)AY5 MA.Y -31., 180S.
Vormont Daily Transcript, I
lTHLtSllKt) EACH HVISNINU.
i 11 Jliirnv."'' 'llM; Laht St., St. Alhan, VI.
WlMiUH P. LsWIF, I'hop'k.
lvr year, in advance,
months, in advance
I'ln it months, in odvahrc, .
d,i.' month, in advance;
uirtisomoiits should bo bunded in as "inly
as tin- nioniihg of tliu ilny ofthoir iiitcml. il pub-
Didlli of a liciiHt rlHtbli' Latli A
Xtfire of I'vi'iDimt.
Mrs. l'erliiulit Kullinvloii, it unmrk-
i.ble woniiin, who hits lii'i-n blind t'oriip
wnreis ol twenty yennj past, 1kl Satnr-;
ilny morning tit her resiilc-ni'i' on Ouk
nvi'hhI nvoniu". Hit histoty find chiis-!
thin I'hamL'lor wore sudi as to entitle
her to more than a pti-nliiy inetitioii.
She w:h a native ol' Vermont, near Mid-1
die-bury. After Iter matriii're, site lvi-l-'
ded in Odensbtirfrh and YViiiulintftmi, i
St. hnwrenoo county. About the time
( i Mie dijatli of her husband, site was
t ikon totally blind, and remained so !o
ill" day of her death. The most, e"k -(
I .atid'and hjdlful aid ivn.-i invoked in
vain. Home ejuht or nine years since
sliv came to reside near her tekitives in
('oboes, and for tlie last four years she1
iv ided in Troy on Oakwo d avenue.
At the time she moved into the uei.b-'
boihood there waa no Protestant church
' lit at a considerable distance from her
i o;i-c. 1 1 hi came the habit of ,-omc lit
I'eihiidren lotallonher on Sunday,
in n slie would ask (hem tosinir hymn -loi
l.er, and then site would ray for
litem. Children tiro famous news ivr
rki.. Tltev told narents and others
l . . iijl. It;.. 1 11 .....1 '
iiiioui "ino Diinu woman; ' aim soon
there were adult prayer meetings tit Iter
house regularly every Sunday. Soon
tlte number attending reached thirty,
mote than could bo comfortably accom
modated. A room in the vicinity was
then secured for the meetings. Krom
the beginnings of the little children and
"the blind woman," came the pretty
Oakwood Presbyterian Chapel at the
corner of Oak wood avenue and Hoo-dc
iritis, which now has an excellent
nieinbeishii) under the care of a regular
and eilicient pastor.
Mrs. ltillhigton v:ts a lady of far
iiHire than ordinary intelligence. Her
i'ii ly education was excellent, and bad
In on inmroved by rcadinsr and retliH-
tion. llcr ticipiainttince with the Scrip
ture i was remarkable her faith in the
Christian religion was joyous and un
bounded. "When the rays' of the sun
stol" into her chamber Sabbath morn
ui)., -ho asked tlie day of the week: ; anil
whin told it was Sunday, she smiled
and said, "And so 1 tun to die on the
ruder the great atlliction of total
blindness she was never known to utter
n complaint. Her only anxieties were
for her children and other rela
tives. So deserving w as she, so amiable,
.so truly Christian and lovely a character,
she never needed friends. 'Christian la
dies in the neighborhood made her con
stant visits and admitiKlcredlo herconi
fort in many ways. About her last act
was to entrust one of tlio.se ladies with a
Testament and a small present to be sent
to her son in the army. Kor years, and
especially during her last illness, she
was mot faithfully attended by her
youngest daughter; while the kindness
of the pastor of the chapel, of physi
cians, and other friends, knew noliniiis.
On the avenue nearly all last week, the
word passed from mouth to mouth, ,,the
blind woman is dying." and there was
sincere sorrow in tlie hearts of young
4tnd old, for Mrs. Fullington was known
to all and beloved by all. It is no place
here to recount the whole of her history;
but there are portions of it if faithfully
written out, would read like a romance,
and relied on her character as a woman
and mother tlie highest honor.
As usual with persons deprived of
signt m eariy or middle lue, nor oilier
senses became surprisingly acute. She
never forgot the footsteps of a per.-on.
There are four acquaintances entering
the room, she would know whowas
present without a word being said. Her
hearing was alike senst ive. She could
hear city clocks at a great distance strike
the hour, wnen others could not hear
them at all. Conversations between
nersons far oil' wero as distinctly heard
by her apparently as by those engaged
m them. Aim tier sense ol touen was
amazingly acute. She was excellent
and rapid with the needle, and would
thread tho finest cambric needle nioro
readily than could one lady in n thou
sand. A low years since she. prepared a
ninou ot oni uron erv lor tne coimtrv
fair, which for taste,' elegance and skill,
Avas conceited to no unexcelled.
A horn lady, a most truly Christian
woman, with a heart overflowing with
Jvinuncss and love towards all, not only
uncomplaining but cheerful under her
great deprivation, Mrs. Fullington will
no missed nereatter nv thoso who Know
her bc3t. In the little neighborhood
wnicn was uio oniy world sue Knew
this sido of tho grave, tho memory of
tho blind woman will outlive in sweet
ness and fragranco tho Spring geranium
nnil all tno mossoms and roses ol Sum
mcr time. Troy Times
j&iy Hon. John R. French, ono of tho
newly elected members ot Congres
from North Carolina, iuanativo of (HI
inanton, jn. and aiiout lorty-nv
years ol ago. no learned tno printer
tiado in Concord, N. H., where ho pas
sod his youth and early manhood, and
tncro puuiisnoii mo iterauioi irccdom
which was the organ of tho Froo Soil
eiu of Now iinmnshiro. iio has neon
member of tho Ohio Legislature, and
served tno general uovenunent in nn
port tint stations.
VT. TRANSCRIPT ;C
ST. A Lillys.
H. A. CUTLER, --PROPRIETOR.
All l'rinting brought to this Oilico, both Plain
and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten
tion, at prices as low as the times will admit.
We do our work much better than can any
Office that will do a job of piintiii,' for nothiiif,'
for the nalio of depriviug us of it, and we arc
ready to comparo our work with any fhuilar
class of printing done in the dlii.ii, both in neat
uesa and prii u.
Maud yonr ordcrx into tliu Transcript 15oo!i
and Job Printing Establishment if jou lake any
pride in Laving jour printing
done in a woili-
SEE ! ! 8EE ! ! !
l)) I'll! J CIS5I1S1'
(iooil for life, iliiougliout the "Inleriiatioiial
Jinsinesi- College AMHociatiuii,'' iu be issued at
Chamberlin's Business College
liillimgtoli, Vt., bctore Jltiy l.i, 18G3.
These .Scholartdiipn will be sold at the regular
juice, sail, and so !nsued as to secure to tlio pur
in: er all tlie in n ilexes auruxlvamiigcK ol tlie
Seholarshiiis In relofore inuid, and to be trans-
ranle In a second partv anv time witinn tineo
v ins after the holder theieof .-hall have been in
it tendance at the College for three months.
I'liis jilau will secure to
W U M ?Jf 4 IV&
A tlitirin:;! HtixiiHW Mt(cali ;i ol tluir turn
is the jiersmi inalang the transfer is entitled to
wliatevir price lie may agivi upon utli
will be withdrawn on the sale of 100 ttcliolarshhw,
ii. . l:...li ..i . 1 ii 1 i .. r..
i in' mini oi nun' iiui in e.M'i'eii uio ioniiit nine.
l'ho 7Vdt' Mouths iilau recently ndvertibed ia
io Ah this oiler will bo eairerlv seized, and an
,fVort made to cloao the sale of fcchnlni'shiiw at
the ealiiebt jiossible day, and a similar offer not
'am made, tho.se desiring to secure it need to
r..r.n.. it l.i
i oi miiuer inn iii'iuaiM eau on or iiuoii'wk
J. S. CMAMlllUtblN, Proprietor,
li!:!-ly Uuiliiigton, Vt.
NEW STEAM MILL!
Bingiiam & Lincoln,
Xar tin- l-VuItflit Uinol, St. Alban.s, Vt.,
"I .-i now ready to grind corn meal, tine or co;ae,
1 and all Kinds of grain for feed. This Mill
was built bv Holiius. ct imiiicluml, ot jloS'
ton, of the Ik t l'reiich Uurr, is complete in eve
ry respect, and in capable of grinding twenty
li've bushels jier hour, being dependent on
neither wind or Hoods for power. We can do all
work of this Kind without hindrance to our cub
tomers. We shall be prepared to turnimi corn
in the Kernel, or ground, and at nil times fresh
and as cheap as clsewuiro, we are also ready
to receive orders ior
Sush, Kiimls and ioor.s,
Mouldings and Mmihe I'iniHhings of every do-
serijitiou, of as good ninterial and worKinanship
as anv inner suop in uie niiuo.
Dono to order with Machinery which is now and
of tho latest ininroveniontb. With these fa'Jlli
ties to give petit ct Biitiafactioii, we solicit a
share of public patronage1
JJl.lllilJV.il IV iil.1.'VVl..l
St. Albans, Peb.27, 1SU7. 151-tf,
1 have just received a largo lot of Hint and
Hecond nualitv of Stone and China 'Ware, com-
ptiHiiiL' two New and Kletrant Patterns called
"Gen. Grant" Patterns. Also a largo stock of
Cutlery, Glass and stono Ware, which I offer for
saio cneiip. neaso can auu hcc uuioio piucuiiH
At tho old Tarrar liloek, one door north of
George H. Parrar's.
P. G. BKINNEIt
St. Albans. Oct 24th, 1880. 130-tf
tn milks avymajj,
WYMAN & HUNTINGTON,
Acknowledging till- kindness and liberal pat
ronage' oi'tlio public in the past twenty yours, 1,
Now rcnrir the promise, find let the post he the
assurance) thftl this corner of Vho gfoil little
STATE OF VIC It MO NT,
And Homo pnrtiim of the 1'. i., shall be well and
honestly supjiliod at tliu lowest jio-.iblo rates
with nil' tin' grades of Anii'i'ir.m, Ni.iiA- English
W A T O SS B
hi GOLD and SILVEU Cai
J E W E L R
Latest pntt'-riiH and all grades
.mil Mi ehaii'e
'Tin, Solid Kilvi ) Ware,
is eoin. lUiiulilul
FA, FA TiiO 1'LATFA) GOODS
From ail tin- 1" si fact-'iies. nidi as
IT. si :ts.
Syrup Utijw, Mustard and Child's Cup, Vases,
Coffin Plates, fluallv cvcrvthhig of first rmalilv
so as & s jEr isr .
Tliis is th,- only place in the county where
an get, direct .trom tlie m.inufiictuHrs,
Gcimliic Wm. Rogers & Son's
lm.i.iK, l'oiKs, i-.iuveH, J. i.Ui n , e. iluii t lie de
ceived and buy a Ud quality foods when its ho
oasy to get the bte! and at almor-i the samo price.
A yl'eat variety ( locus, Table and Poclu-t
5? Et ES a
In abiindiiiiie. 2veryl).)dy wants a kniff- then
let en nbodv call and got one. A large assort
ment ot Hold, Silver and Stul Spectacles and
Kj e ( il.is.-es.
AOS, OAMKS tC.
iillo and Pistol Cartridges, ltevolvers. Itoberls'
Needles (warranted.) Watches. Clocks, and
Jewelry repaired in tho best jiossible manner.
Ml work warranted satisfactory or pay refunded.
higraving neatly executed, and at reasonably
At the old stand, Draiiurd's Iiuildin!:. eoru.r
Main and Hank btreols.
St. Albans, Feb. loth, 1SC3. '-(M-tl
P LA NTA JN
This is tho best
article yet put before
the public for all
kinds of Sores and
,Kru;itions of tho
SKin, as Salt ithoum,
Old Sores, Broken
IJicai-ts, Stings of In
sect s , Vegetable
Fully upholding Dr.
piitanou an tin originator of valuable
It is the
For burns, si'it'ds, fiost bitten partH. chapped
lips and hands, cracks in the feet, (willi which
old jicoplo aro troubled,) styes ujion tho eye
lids, and in tact everything to which a salvo is
ajiiuicable. Price, 25 cents. Manufactured un
der the Hiipirvi-ion of the originator,
,nd fur sale by all Wholesale and Hetail Drmr-
gists, and at Country Stores. Geo, C. Goodwin
A; Co., and llust Pros., k Hirel, Huston, tGcneral
Proprietor. Also, Agent for Medicines lnaint-
tactureii ny ur. J. w. I'oinud, viz: Cedar Plas
ter, Diarrluea Elixie, Indian Pile Itomody, Ca
thartic Pills, Ac 188-lvoow.-
Sold by Druggists Everywhere!
Iu S .
Mbans by LF.ONAUD,
illSKltX A- CO,
February 7th, 1808.
Mr V oqini
The American Cookini; Stove In
AT an adjourned term of the Circuit Court of
the United States, for tho Northern District
pr New York, in th" second circuit held nt the
City Mai', in the eitv of Alham. the 2Sth day of
j J.'.imnvy in the yi unit ouvTioid lSds.
! PiiKsi.N r :
N vi ii n K. Hai.i,, ." ,(.
li'.AU i Joir.l'll I II KMIl), ,
cu. 1 1 '.i. ill! il
H. ltrt x.Si .Tims M. Hoi'avi.i,i..
It is fuillx i nul! red. adjudged and di ereed,
Unit a jii-i pi tual in.iunct i.i'n be lsmied in this
suit ng.iirist. the ilefeiulmt-', rectraing them
from niilher infringements ' -i.ii-t Patent, No.
51,10(1, Dated JJee. oth, lSli.), tor imjiroM nietits
iu cooking (sloven, jmi'Htiiini to and in accord
ance with the jn ayer of the Hill of Comjilniiit.
Signed A. A. 1'.oit.. lirk.
The nlme was inttituti 1 for infringeiiieiit of
tlie Pati nl hi fining the manner of lining the
ash iian in Ihe hearth of the Anieiienii CooKing
Stow, ai.d for tho eoinbiualion oi the bailed
We have repeatedly cinilioiiid
pnble' ng.'inst silling or using stovi s v. ith lliet-i
nni'i'oM :mts ho manut: eiiind 'y us. All j)ir
hoiim liux,- mi lliug or usint Htoves with thee im
jirovemeiitn in violation ot the above i.ijuni tioii,
Without license from us, will be hale to tine and
iiiijirisnnnient. SMKAlt, PACKAlll) A (.().
ailo-Uui. Albany, N'. Y.
- ltHAI' IJIPUOVKMEX
The attention of the public is called Ion
discovery in Dentistry.
Till', OKKATKST ADVAXCH STi;p i;YKl!
MADIi IN T1IK AliT.
The main dillleulty in wearing artiliei:.l b eth is,
thev do net hold in their jilace firmly enough,
and add to this the annoyance of food getting
under the plate while eating. I have discover
ed a method of so constructing tlie jilnto on
which tlie teeth are set that they will nut start
or drop while eating or Hjieaking, neither will
any partich s of food get under the pkite. no
matter what the c.indition of the mouth is,
which is not true of any ni' tb.id hitherto mcd.
I have secured Letters Patent lor tie1 Ciiiled
Suites, Kngl.ind and I'Viince.
The improve niciit H not in ni.iti ri il, but in
tin col'stiili-tinu, v.bich ' i Clin s ii'"i. i: . ple'ric
Jin : sure en the i mil e plate.
I hi'Ve . ild the cm l.l-lie ol'h.od inij.roM meiit
to Dr. ii. llilniau. to wit. the Guild ie, if Frank
lin, Washington, Co.tt . i.di n. Ijidiioille and
111. 'lid isle. Thorn- wiobeig oi nM'll theiiisehes
ol .-uih improveini m, will call on
Dr. Is. CJILBsAW,
ST. ALDAN'S VuiMi.nt.
November, 11, liiT. lill-tf
A G13NTS WANTED FOI!
JU-jy OF OUR DAY .'
Or the Lies and Deeds of Geuornls, Statesmen',
Orators and Political Leadcra now on tho Stage
of Action, including Grant, Slionuur, Colfax,
Sumner, Stanton,. Shoiidiin, Vutoa, Ourtiu, Tnun
bull, Feutoii, Ijiicliiiighuiii, Wilson, (iroeley,
Wade, Morton, Philips, Farragut. Chase, Logan.
Stevens, licoelier, Sewartl, lliintwoll, Dix, 11am
lin, FeKsenden, Howard, and others, with over
forty lifc-hko Portraits of Living Men. Sold on
ly ;y Agenti.. Oru.t inducement h.. Send for
circulars. A'ACUAi, McCUHDY t CO.,
tilO-lbv liU Arch St., Pliiladelpiiiu, Pa.
FOR OHE XJ02.-riii.Ii I
fi SELL DltESS PATTEKNS, PANT Pat-
Uriid, Vn.bs, Cotton Cloth, Shawls, Car-
ji tings, Shei lings, Dry and raiicy Hoods, Ac,
v. l iiciilm . Scut ii'rif, gnin'g lull jiaiticu
lars: or Ttt lvc Ciiec tta aent for One Dollar,
di'M'iibiiig twelve different arlit le.-.whii h we will
sell tor line :iltuc Km It.
ilu' Liulies 1'iid gentlemen wanted as Agents,
to whom the li'ust liberal indilceincniti aic offcr
i d, and satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
CI IAS. LETTS A CO.,
MttiiiiJ'itUumw' Ayi itts,
oi iSi an midisiiaZ !STJili:Kl,
1,000 HEN AMD WOMEN TO
act as e'ASVAssr.ns run a si:uii:s or
Fivr. nr.AVTii i i.
miL iL A .11 K L' K'A X l' t L'KS,
Engraved on stone in Paris by the most emi
nent Lithographers in tho world. Fur particu
lars and ilceernitive circular, address
L. D. IIOHINSON,
20y-0w 1(5 Main St., Spring lielel, Muss.
J. B. GAME, & CO.
With I'hel.tn A Cullender's New Improved Com
bination Cushions, patented Nov. 20, 1W07. Old
Tables re-cnshioiieit with tho above New Com
bination Cushions for $73 per set. Thtso Niw
Cushii ms have proveel, bv nctiinl use, to excel
all other styles ever niaele. 'Tables oi all styles
and nnisu constantly on hand. Also, riieiau a
Colluidcr'a Combined Dining and Milliard Ta
bles .1. L. CAME A CO.,
21U-31U ill Sudbury St., Hoston.
Hew Goods, New Goods,
At the New Hook, Stationery and Variety Store
SCHOOL A XI)
TO Y HOOKS;
MAX I HOOKS.
A XI) STATIOXKllY,
m 'run i
. Jlli Ui 11,11 II.',
Dl.llM,.,. l.'vo,l,l,L, 'I1,, .on.lu V,...,ll.... ., l.,,.n ....
J- IVIII.,1 llllllll'Oi XIUVHIIil lltllllUO, ililg.V lib-
rioty cfFanoy Gooeln, Yankee Notions, Ac, etc.
Also, ait styles oi
Large and hinall. These additions to the stock
previously on hand enabled tho subscriber to
olfi r for sale as large a variety of goods iib can
be found elsewhere in Franklin County. Tho
cutiio stock is now, has been bought cheap tor
cash, many articles at a largo dibcount front for
mcr prices, aud will bo hold nt a small advance.
Thankful for the liberal patronage' bestowed
thus far, n continuation is elesireil.
202-tf v. 11. liAKEll
T710U SP1UNU STYLE OF SOFT HATS, (;o to
JL WM. JN, SMITH A CU S
SACK COATS FOlt SPUING, go to
WM. N. SMITH & CO'Si
MPOHTANP TO STOCK OltOWKltS.
Blood, Beauty, Speed, Kind
ness and jEndurance.
Those who deMiv to raiee first-class sotck, and
nil lovers of good horses, are respectfully in
fninied that the Ilambletoiiinu trotting stallion,
. ill stand for a limited number oi mares tlie en
f iling season, at the Mi nicslead Kloek l'arm,
(Ire. unit li, Washington County, N. Y.: senson
lo commence on the 1st of May and to end on the
ts! day of September. Young lVxtor was bred
nt ( hester, OrangeColinty, N. Y., is four years
old, by hV dyk's Hnniblelonitiu, stands neaily
111 bunds ldgli, and is one of the best of the get
ofhih celebrated niiv. Y'oiing Dexter U a half
brother to Dexter, (Joorge Wilkes, liruno, P.ru
Ui tte allied to Mountain Hoy -and other well
known lumen. Yerv evidently, fioiu his size,
shape, etc., Young Dexter will mil only bring
gentb'. fliio and speedy stock, but al.-o handsome
ciuricj,! mid family hoi'ieti as well. It is lnani
fdlh for tin beiielit of stock irrowers that they
obtniii nut only the best and most popular blood
in the country, but also that which coinniands
tin nighesi puces ri mnrkel, and it requires no
mere labor or care to raise a good colt than an
infi nor one. It wu.i witli the view to improve
Ihe stoek of hoivcs iii Northern New York, Ver
mont and Now Mrinphire, etc., that Young
Dexter was jmrchasid by its jiresent owner, Mr.
ILC. Page, Editor of the JVoyZeV .lonrmtlle
obji ct being to benefit fanners and stock growers
who oro willing to undergo the care and exjiense
nei'essary to the raising of good horsos.
I'or flllther particular, terms, etc., address
Homestead Stock l'arm, (in enwicli, Washington
Comity, N. Y. L. U. STliATTON,
WIT Bit HAS, tho St. Albans Dank, a corpora
tion, duly incorporated by the Legislature
of the State of Vermont, located and doing busi
ness at St AlbaiiHj in the county of Franklin,
hits made application to me, requesting mo to
issue n proclamation designating some day
for tho termination of the existence of said cor
poration: And whereas, it has been made lo ajniear tome
that two-thirds of the legal votes of tun ntock
lioltlers of said corporation were given in favor
of said apjilication.
.New, thi.refore, I, Paul Dillingham, Governor
of the State of Vermont, in conformity with said
iipjilieatinii, and the provisions of section eighty-six
and eighty-seven of chaptt-r eighty-niuoof
tlie, General Statutes of Vermont, do hereby is
sue my jiroclamittiim, and declare that on the
twonty-lit'tli day of .March, A. D. 1808, the said
corporation shall ceaso to exist as fully and
with the sama effect as if said chart cr expired by
the limitation thereof.
Tn witness whereof, I have hereunto signed
my name and caused Uio seal of tho State
i.. s. to be hereunto affixed, in Executive Cham
bers at Wiitorburv, this 23rd day of Scd
teuiher, A. D. 1807, anil of tho independence) of
the Untied States tho illst.
Ity tho Governor,
Wji. P. DiLJ.iNOii.ur,
Sec'y of Civil anil Military AatVairs.
j.)Y recent eiiactntcntH of Congress, all Sol
y diers who havo served three years and liavo
lecoived but SlOO bounty from tho United States,
or who, having enlisted for three years, were dia
cliartreel in cemscriuonce of wounds, and tho wid
ow, children, or jiarents of any soldier who en
listed tor ihri.0 yuara, under a. jiroinise ot only
fiuu oouiity, and wliodietl m the service, are en
titled to aii additional bounty of ONE IIUN-
DHED DOLLAHS 1
All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or
foot, or havo incurred disability equivalent to
tno loss oi naiid or loot, are entitled to a large
increase of pension.
All pensioned widows of soldiers or sailors arc
entitled to an increased pension of two dollars
per month for each chilli under sixteen years of
agi . '
Claims ol the above nature, and lor arrears ot
pay, olhcers extra pay, for horses lost in tho U,
S. service, commutation ot rations ol jinsoncrs
ot war and prize inonoy, win do promptly, jirose
ctttod by implication by letter, enclosing ills
charge mini service, win ho attoiulcel to and the
nuoossary jiapors returned lo plicant for sig
natures, Ac. E. A. SOWLES,
oiuco overtno i'irst .Mittouai jsanic,
St. Albans, Aug. 17th,18C0. 123-tf
Its j:-,'rt:t nrr
It is an unfailing remedy iu all cases of Neir
raliria Facialis, often effecting a perfect euro in
less than twciitv-lour hours, trom tlio use ot no
more than two or threu lulls, imi other innn ol
x',.,,,.,1..;.. .. v....,... nrnu i..,u r.,un.i (..
.ilih.UmIU mi iii-i li'iio j'lci.iau ii. in i.iiii ii i, l iv;iii
IVOXPElirUL HKMEDAL AG EXT.
Even iu tho severest easos of Chronic Neural
gia and general nervous derangements of many
yi'itrs standing aiiccting the entire system
its use for a few dajs, or n few weeks at the lit'
nn h(, always nilords tho
MOST ASTOXISIUXG 1! ELI EE,
Auel very rarely fails to jnodiico a complete and
permanent cure, it contains no drugs or otnei
materials in tho slightest degree ininriems, oven
to the most de'lieiuo system, anil can always bo
It has long been in constant use by may of eutr
ititiHi ciuiueia ruyuiciauB, wno give it iiioir
unanimous and uuiiunlifieil approval. Sent by
mail on receipt of price, and postage.
Ono jiaekago. ... fl 00. . . .Postage IS cents.
Six iaekageH.... 5 00.... " 27 "
Twelve PiickK's.. 0 00.... " 18 "
It is sold bv all wholesalo and retail dealers in
elt'UHH and medicines throughout tho Unit
States, and by TUHNEIt A- CO.. Sole Proprietors
120 to 157 Tromont Street, Hoston. Mass. lB'J-Gni
r O TO WM. N. SMITH it CD'S lor all kinds
Ji ot Umbrellas.
"TOUTHS Clothing of all kinds at
X WM. N. SMITH A- CD'S.
fnt) THE WOHKING CLASS.-Farmors, Me
X ehaiucH, Laehes, and ovoryboely. 1 am now
prepared to furnish vou with constant employ
luont at voiii homes tho whole of your time, or
ill jour sparo iiiomeiits. liiihiness now, light
mill profitable. Fifty cents to $5 per evening is
easily earneel by persons of cither sex, and tho
noys unit gins earn iioauy as uiiicii as men
Great inducements are oflered thoso who will el
voto their whole time to tlio business, and, that
every person wiui aces this notlco may send mo
their address and teat tho business for them
selves, I make the following unparalleled eillor
To all who are neit well satisfied with tho biiBf
iiess, I will send f 1 to pav for tho trouble of
writing me. Full particulars, directienis, Ac
bent free. A sannile will bo bent by mail to all
who se nd 10 cents. Address E, C. ALLEN,
211-lin Augusta, Maine.
CJ Hlltl'S, Suspenders. Gloves, and Hosiry of
n nil mmU at WM. N. SMITH it C'O'H.
ijAtiiXiSili.ilc.ti..'.. - .
A CO'S FOlt
-CTHimovr cK.vritAii amj sullivan
CominotioinR April 13, 1808.
Tit.uss noixo soi'Tii ANi: east
Leave St. Albans at (1.15 it. tn., 12.00 noon, and
7:20 p. in. '
Mail Train leaves St. Albans at 15:15 n. m., and
connects nt Burlington with ftutland Itentd, at
hito ltiver Junction aiidllellows Falls with
trains lot Huston, Worcester, Springfield, and
with trains em Passumpslc It. H artives at Now
York at 10.J5 p. in.
nay Express loaves Montreal at 8;il0 a. in., St.
Johns at 10:00 n. hi., Ogdeiisburgh at n-30 a. m.,
HoiiHo's Point at 10:15 a. in., for Hoston, Ac, ar
riving in Hoston, via. Lowell at 10::i()p. nt.
Night Express loaves Ogdeiisburgh at 11.30 a.
in., Montreal at 3:30 p. m., House's Point at fi.40
p. m., St. Johns at 1:50 p. in., arriving at Hoston
at 8.40 a. in., connecting at Mellows Falls with
Cheshire Hoad for Hoston and Worcester and
w ith Vermont Valley Itailroad for Springlleld, Ac,
and airivini; in NewYork at 12.30 p. m.
rr, uns cioixo xoirrii anii wi:st.
Leave for Meintrcai at 0:10 a. in.. (5:50 j). m.
For House's Point and Ogdonslntrgh at 0:05
a. m., 12:05 p. in., and 3.10 p. in.
Day Express leaves Hoston via. Lowell 8.00 a,
in. for nuiiington, St. Albans, Montreal, Ac
Mail Train leaves Hoston via, Lowell, at 7:Oo
a. m., via Lawrcnco and Fitchburg at 7.30 a.m.,
Springlleld at 7:15 a. in., for Utuiington, anil
Accommodation Train loaves Northilold at
H:00 a. in., for Hurlington, Hntland, St. Alb.ins,
noiisc i oiiii, uKciiiictjuuriiii, esc.
Night Express leaves Hollows Falls at 10.00 p.
iti., receiving passengers from Vermont Valley
Itailroad, leaving New York at 12.15 p. in., anil
from Cheshire itailroad, leaving Hoston at 5:30
m., connecting at Wiuto litver Junction with
tram leaving Hoston at 5:00 p. in., iorHurhiii;-
ii .iiiiif, iiiioluii ,11. u.i'ir o. ill., nil Jilllllllg-
liouse's Point, Montreal and Ogdonsburgli,
ecting with Grand Trunk Trains for the
ton, Jiouse i
Slcejiing cars aro attached lo both tho nighl
xpross trains running between St. Albans am
Huston, ami St. Albans anil Springlleld.
Through tickets for Chicago and tho West fo
salo at the principal stations.
U. m-MlllLiij, Sill).
St. Albans, April 13. 18G8.
I"UTIjAXO AM) IlimMiVUTO.V AM) VT
On and after Dec. 2d, 1807. trains will rur
is follows, viz :
movinii sotrrii and past.
Leave HurlingtoiiSat 8:30 a. in., 1:35 p. m. 3:.1iJ
15 p. in. Arrive at llutland at 11:25 a. in., 1:1?
m. 8:00 a. in. 12.50 a. in.
Lcavo Hntland at 1:00 a. m., 12:00 in. Arrive?
Hcllows Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 p. m., .t 3:25 a.
Leave1 Hollows l'alls at 7.50 a. in., 2:25 p. in.,
1:30 a in. Arrivo at Hrattleboro' at 8:50 a. m.,
1:20 p. in., 1:27 a. m.
jtoviso xoitTii asp wi:st.
Leave Hrattleboro' at 11:00 a. in., 4:15 .V 0:00 p.
m. Arrivo at Hollows r ails tit lii:uo a. in., and
5:10 and 9:55 p. m.
Leave Hollows Falls at 12.3j j. in., 5:15 p. m.
10.00 p. in. Arrivo at ltullaiiel at 3:10 p. m.,
y:tii) . in. iu::jj a. in.
iieavo liutianiiat li.uo a. in., i.zu p. m., a.sn
m. 1:30 a. in. Arrive at Hurlington at 0:45 a.
in., -1:2,) p. in., ami u.10 p. m. I.lo a. m.
TUAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS :
ITS" At Hurlington with Hoats on Lako Cham-
jilain and Vermont Central and Vermont and
Canada ltailroads, for Montpolk'r, St. Albans,
House's Point, Montreal, Ogdeiisburgh, and tho
West. At Hntland with trains for Troy, Albany
and New York, Saratoga Springs, Sehenectaily,
and tho West. At Hollows Falls with trains on
Choshiro Itailroad for Fitclilmrgh, Worcester,
Lowell, and Hoston. With Vt. Valley Itailroad,
for Hrattleboro', Springlleld, Hartford, Now Ha
ven, and Now York- and witli Sullivan ltajlroad
for Windsor, White ltiver Junction, Wells Hiver,
St. Jolinsbury, Newport, Littleton, and the
Passengers lor tho YS est will find this a cheap,
jiloahimt, and expeditious route.
FOlt TICKETS, aud all necessary information,
enquire at the Oliices on tho. lino.
1-tt. UliU. A. JliaitKlLiLi. Hlipt.
AVIKTiilt AlUl AJN lHllMiJJ 1' 1BU4-&.
On and after Monday, Nov.
11, 1801, Passenger
Trains will run as follows :
Day Exjiress Train leaves Concern! a' 1).35 a.
m., lor White ltiver .1 unction, connecting witli
trains for Montpelier, Hurlington, House's Point.
Montreal, Ac, and with Ogdonsburgli and Gram!
Trunk llailroiids, lor Uio west.
Mail Train leaves Concord nt 10.45 a. m.. for
White Hiver Junction, connecting with traji) for
Wells Hiver, St. Jolinsbury, Harton, Newport,
Willenighby and Magog Lakes, Stanstoad, Hath,
rnii.i:... t i in.
lilllioion, aim a;iuuiiiui , ui.iu, niiii ii.iiim 101
MontjK'licr, Hurlington, St. Albans, House's Point,
IMnutrula, Ogdonsburgli, and tho West.
Hnstol Train leaves concord at u.M p. in., lor
Franklin and Hristol.
Kvcning Express Train loaves Concord at 8.1!
p. in., lor White ltiver Junction, connecting with
trains for Montpelier, Hitrliugtim, St. Albans,
House's Point, Montreal, Ogdonsburgli, and thu
0r on arrival ot trains from Hoston,Y orcestcr,
Portsmouth, Portland, Ac.
Morning Express Train loaves White Hivei
Junetioii for Concord at 1.15 a. m., or on arrival
of train from Ogdeiisburgh and .Montreal. On
Mondays ot (5.25 instead of 1.15.
liribtol Train loaves Hristol for Concord at 8
a.m., and Franklin ati).12 a. in.
Mail Train leaves White ltiver Junction for
Concord at 12.15 j. in., or on arrival of trains
over tho Vermont Central, Passunijisic, and
White Mountains Hnilroads.
Day Express Train leaves Whito Hiver Junc
tion at 1,08 p. in., or em arrival of trains from
Montreal ami Ogdeiibburgh, Hrattleboro', Keene,
HellowH Falls, Windsor, Ac,, connecting at Con
cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell
Theso trains connect at Concord with trains
for Manchester, Lawrcnco, Portsmouth, Port
land, Nashua, Worcester, Now York, Lowell, nni)
Hoston. ONSLOW STEAHNS, Agent.
Concord, N. IL, Nov. 10, 1801, 1-tf.
11 It Works Liko a Charm."
Havo you Headache? Use Henno'd Magic Oil
Havo you Toothache ? Uao Henno's Magio Oil
Have you Neuralgia 't Uso Henno's Magio Oil
Havo you Hheitniatisni ? Use Henno's Magio Oil
Have you Soro Throat? Use Henno's Magio Oil
Havo vou Sciatica ? Uso Henno's Magic Oil
Havo you a Hruise ? Uso Henno's Magic Oil
Havo you Cramps? Uso Honno's Magio Oil
Havo you Choi. Morbus? Uso Honno's Magio Oil
Have you Lameness? Uso Honno's Magic Oil
Tilts ii tho best family remedy, to euro all
kinds of pain, you over tried.
It is clean, Miit'o and delicious to use, aud if
you use it faithfully, it will do you good.
Directions on each bottlo. liny it of tlio Drug
gist or Merchant whero you trado. If thoy havo
not got it on hand thoy will send for it, at your
request, and sell you tho gemtino Henno's Pain
Killing Magic Oil, at tho manufacturer's lowest
jirico at retail.
W.M. HEENE, Solo Proprietor and Manufac
turer, Pittblield, Mass.
Sold in St. Albans by all Druggists, Weeks A
Heyneilds, Grocers, In Swantou l'alls by D. T.
1tUNKS OF ALL KINDS ; THAYELLI NO
. Hags of all kinds, at
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
CJAOK Coats, in overv stylo ;
O WM. N,
SMITH A 00'S.
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