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"Vol. I.
CLOTHING STORE g
-ON
LAKE S'l'HUH'I'i
MORTON & PERCY!
Having bought of G. W. Dlodgutt lit now nnd '
ontiro stoclc of ,
cloth in a,
fur nisi uno
goods,
HATS j
AND i
VA PS, j
BOOTS I
SHOlih
I'ct l sntiKilud in saving t the public Ihal they
can sell goods an low iih can ho bought in Praia's
lin County All wo ask is to have customer
come in, ami satisfy themselves, before pur
chasing .-l-cwhere. ' We have, and nic leeching,
all tin iji w styles from market, o.msi.itiio,' of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
ITltNlsHINO
unoi);-
LlNliN
AND
PAPEI!
( OLLLAHU
Of nilliss varieties, and a large and Well selected
.Stock of
Boots and Shoos, Enbbcr Coats
and Boots,
Winch wo will well low for cash. We have thu
largest assortment of
HATS AND CASS
To hi found in Northern Vermont. If you don't
believe it, call and nee for yourselves. Our
Clothing is Niw anil Desirable, consisting of
SIMUNCi
ovrit
SUKS,
THICOT
SUITS,
FANCY
CAKSLMKUE
PANTS
AND
VESTS,
linen
i'an rs,
Tir.s,
SPHINO
SUITS,
lil.ACK
.SUITS,
LIGHT
cor.oitKi)
l'ANTS
AND
VKST.S,
LINEN
VESTS,
CUKi S,
AND BUTTONS.
Boys' and Youths' Clothing.
We have a few Whiten Over Coats left, that
we will Hellat a big discount from cost, for cash.
Itcmemher the place-, Two doors West of tho
Anurican House, Lake Street.
MOHTON ft PKHCY.
Hrxnv 0. Mouton. Al.llKUT N. PlUll'Y.
ld-tf Formerly with Win. N. Smith A: Co
Eliliu II. .Huntington,
hreensHOH TO A. H.
5HI.NYAN,
4 SKS attention to the following partial list of
XjL articles, which 1 will ncll at the lowest rates
lor cash.
AMERICAN WATCHES.
lleward, Tremort, 5Iillro.se, and all tho dilTor
ent gradeH of Walthani, National, and Unit
ed States Co's Watches. A large assort
ment of tlold and Silver American
Cases, of the best styles. Also,
Gold and Silver Swiss Watches.
Ladies' Gold Hunting Watches, American and
Sw iss. Thu latest anl best patterns of tlold,
Plated nnd Silver Cbains, Pine Gold and
l'lated Jewelry of all descriptions. A
splendid asset tmcnt of Dailies'
FINE GOLD SETS,
Etruscan, Coral, Garnet, Ac, Ac. Gentlemens'
l'ius, Masonic Pins and Kings. Diamond,
Emerald, Huby, Amethyste. Pearl and
Garnet Finger Itingfe, IS lit. Plain
Itings, Gold Bracelets, Silver
Plated Spoons and Forks,
V.xtra and Treble Plato. Tea sets, Castors, Cake
liasicots, ases, Ae., .ve, coin silver ripoons,
Thimbles, Ac. A very large stock of
Gold and Steel Spectacles, every pair
sold warranted to suit. Poeliot
Knives, Shears and Scissors of the 1st iptality.
Pishing Tackle.
I shall receive irom day to day now styles of
Jewelry, Silver and l'lated Ware, which" I will
sell at tho lowest market rates.
itii Watch repairing and engraving done
promptly. ld-tf.
HAT km CAP STORE
SOUTH MAIN STRFET
The uudi rsigned keeps constantly on hand a
luu supply oi
HATS, CAPS, FURS,
GLOVES AND MITTENS,
CM P, RE L LAS,
GENT'S COLLARS,
And an assortment of Gent's Furnishing goods
in Ins lino of trade eipial to anv in stvlo and
ox"ollenco ot goods, and at reasonable prices,
Ho has every thing in tho hat line, from com
iium straw to tho last style of silk hat, and can
suit nn.
G. 11. SMITH.
St. Albans, Yt. Hay 12, 18G8. 1-d-tb
SHAKESPEBE Collars, of all kinds nt
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
LINEN Collars of ovory AVscription at
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
OH SPJUNU STYLE OP SOFT
M OP SOFT HATS, go to
WM. N. SMITH A COk
t rvi'iiTvn r"iiHiii,
for Spring nt
J WM. N
BAUTll iV cu B.
TTOlt NEW BPHING SUITS OP ALL KINDS
X' call at WM. K, SMITH A CO'H.
ST. AJLDBAJSTS, VT.9 SA.TTJTiJDA.'Y', JTJNE SO, 1S68.
iomethino
NEAT AND NEW!
IN ST. ALBANS.
Till'-
Oruiy
Store on Like Sired,
ki'.it nv-
GREENE & HICHOIg.
Tho undersigned having nicely lifted up tho
store in the Ameiiean House Ulock, on Lnlco
St,, and slocked it with a choice assiiiliiu nl of
DRUGS A XI) M 12 1) I (.'IX US !
Itexpenl fully solicit a share of tho
mtrnnairo
of
ve
tins couiuiunitv, irelmg sun
that they can give
satisfaction in goods and ju ices
eoiiHists of
our
stock
DltUGS,
CHEMICALS,
PATENT
MEDICINES,
PEItl'U.MKHY. TOILET
AliTCLES,
DYKS, AC.
OUli STOCK 01'
patent xviEmcra&s,
In complete, consisting in all llm atiiiroved va-
lietics, and our general stock includes all goods
usuam Kept m a stoic ot tins I md. Ileadipiar
lers lor the
A. E- A. BITTERS,
One of tho host Spring Medicines in the mar
ket. .I'hvsieians orders solicited, and carefully
ind liromntlv tilled. In duality and price we
guarantee to satisly all who favor iih with their
piiti-oniigo,
htoiv open on Sumlavs at noon, lor siiiiiilvmg
necessary medicines.
SR. NICHOLS
Is a nractieing Physician in regular standing.
and will attend to all professional calls. Bo
moniber the place, under tho American House,
l.aKn street, ist. Aioans.
ill-tt Ulilvli.N .V iNlCli()J,S.
-fl. r a o c l n M a t i o ir .
"YT7"HE1!P.AS, Iho St. Albans Dank, a corpora-
tion, duly incorporated by tho Legislature
of the State of Vermont, located and doing busi
ness at St Albans, in tho county of Pranklm,
has made application to me, requesting me to
.-sue a proclamation designating some day
for the termination ot the existence of said cor
poration;
.mt wtiereas.it lias oeen matte to appear tomo
that two-thirds of the legal votes of the stock
holders of said corporation were given in favor
of said application.
Now, thcieloro, I, Paul Dillingham, Governor
of tho State of Yermont, in conformity with said
application, ami the provisions oi bcclion eigh-tv-six
anil eitrht v-seven ot clemter eiirhtv-nine of
the, General Statutes of Yermont, do hereby is
suo iiiv proclamation, and declare that on the
twcnty-liith day of March, A. D. 1SUS, the said
corporation shall cease to exist as fully and
with tho samu ellect as ll saiil charter explicit Py
the limitation thereof.
In witncsB whereof, I have hereunto signed
my name and caused tho seal of tho State
i s. to be hereunto affixed, in Executive Cham
bers at Watorburv. this 2:lrd day of Sep
tember. A. D. ltG7. and of tho independence of
tho United States tho Ulst.
PAUL DILLINGHAM.
lty tho Governor,
War. P. Dii.i.iNCiiiAii,
Sec'y of Civil and Military Aafl'airs.
R
UDDEll Coats, all kinds, at
W.M. N. SMITH ACQ'S.
JMPOKTANT TO STOCK GltOWEKS.
Blood, Beauty, Speed, Kind
ness ana inicuivance.
Those who desire to raise first-class botck, and
all lovers ot nooil Horses, aro rcspeetliPlv m
formed that the Hambletoniaii Dotting stallion,
YOUNG DZSXTER:
ill ijtaud for a limited number of mares thu en-
hiuiig season, at the Homestead stock l'arm,
Greenwich, Washington County, N. Y.; season
to commence on tho 1st of May and to end on the
lbl dav of September. Young Dexter was bred
at Chester, Orange County, N. Y., is four years
old, by lhsd.vk's Hatublctoiiian, stands nearly
ili nanus higli, ami is one oi tuo nest oi tne -ct
of his celebrated sire, Youii'' Dexter is a half
brother to Dexter, George Wilkes, Bruno, Bru
netteallied to Mountain Boy and other well
known horses. Very evidently, from his sine,
shape, etc., Young Doxtcr will not only bring
gentio, lino anil specuy siocu, uui aisoiiauusomo
carriage- and family horses as well, It is mani
festly for the benefit of stock growers 'that they
obtain not only tho best and most popular blood
in tho country, but also that which commands
the highest prices in market, and it requires no
moro labor or caro to raise a good colt than an
inferior ono. It was with tho view to improve
the htock ol horses in Northern New York, Ver
mont and New Hampshire, etc., that Young
Dexter wiib purchased bv its present owner, Mr.
II. C. Page, Editor of tho JVoj't-'.i Juurmil the
object being to benefit farmers and stock growers
who are willing to undergo the caro and expense
necessary to tho raising of good horses.
For further particulars, terms, etc., address
Ilomobtead Stock Farm, Greenwich, Washington
Countv, N. Y. E. G. STltATTON,
215-tf Superintendent.
ITAOlt SPUING STYLES OF HATS AND CAPS,
? call on WM N. SMITH A CO.
moit
SPING STYLES OF PANTS AND VEST
Jj call at
WM. N. SMITH A CO S.
HATH FOB BOi'S j CAPS FOB BOYS AT
WM. N. SMITH A COS.
SEE ! ! SEE ! ! !
100 full cotivsc
Commercial Scholarships,
Good for lire, throughout the "International
Business ''olloge Association," to be issued at
Chamberlin's Business College
Burlington, Yt before May 15. WW.
These Scholarships will be sold nt tho regular
price, $60, and so issued as to secure to tho pur
chaser all tho privileges and advantages of the
Scholai ships heretofore Issued, nnd to bo trans
feiablu to a second party any time within thlee
yt ars after the holder tin roof shall have boeu in
attendance at the College for three mouths.
Tliia plan will secure to
3, "5TOUJHG MEN
.1 thorough lUtvimf Kditcdtinu itt tltiir oirn
;Wcr,
as the person making the transfer is entitled to
whatever price ho may agreo upon with
liiB.purcluiBor. This
Unparalleled Opportunity
will be withdrawn on the sale of 100 Scholarships,
the limit of time not to excel d the above dale.
Phe 'Vine Month plan recently aiUertised is
discontinued.
He' Ah this oiler will be eagerly seiKed, and an
effort made to close the sale of Scholarships at
the earliest possible day, and a similar oiler not
again made, thoso desiring to securo it need to
be prompt.
1'or further particulars call on or address
J. S. CHAMIJKKUN, Proprietor,
103-ty Burlington, Yt.
DISSOLUTION--The copartnership hereto
fore existing under the jiaine of Wvman A
lluntiiigt'ju is by mutual conent this day-til,
soivt-ti. All ncconuts with said llrm must bo
settled immediately. Either partner is author
ized to receipt tor the sumo,
CHAltLKS WYMAN,
, E. II. HUNTINGTON.
St. Alpans, lid., lnth, ISfiS.
The watch and jewelry business in all it bran
ch oh will be continued, with promptness, and in
a workmanlike manner as herctolore, hv
CUAP.LES WY.UAN.
JdOtf
ST Alt
BYE
COLORS.
Kvcrvwherc.
In St. Albans by LK0NAHD, ISKAINEUD A
CO. Ac. ItliNIli A CO.. Waterlmry. Yt., Solo
AgeutB.
l'ebruary 7th, 1808. 202-3,ui.
iEiiLYtsiiiveiirrilc;
. -. lie i tS.,
a::o ali, .
N ' RVOUP
J V 'it' v '
Jts J.V'.-cf.t are
2Ia;itf!il.
It is an nnfailiug remedy m all cases of Neu
ralgia Facialis, often effecting a perfect euro in
less than twenty-four hours, from tho use of no
more than two or three pills. No other form ot
Neur.ilgia or Nervous Diseaso has failed to yield
to this
WOXDJiJlKl'L HEM V. DA L AC! EXT.
liven in tho severest cases of Chronic Neural
gia and general nervous derangements of many
years btandiug all'ccting tho entire system",
its use for n few days, or a few weeks at the ut
im.H.1, always affords tho
MOST ASTOXJSUJXG HE LIEF,
And very rarely fails to produce a complete and
permanent cure. It contains no drugs or other
materials in the slightest degree mjuiious, even
to thu most delicate bysti-m, and can always bo
used Willi
VEltEECT SAFKTV.
It has long been in constant uso by may of our
most eminent rnysieians, who give it tneir
unanimous and unqualified approval. Sent by
mail on leccipt of price, and postage.
One package ft 00. .. .Postage 0 cents.
Six packages.... 5 00.... " 27 "
Twelve Packg's. . 0 00.... " IS "
It is told by all wholesale and retail dealers in
drugs and medicines throughout tho United
States, and by TUKNElt A CO., Solo Proprietors,
120 to 157 Troinont Street, Boston, Mass. ltJU-Gm
jpoi,..vns
PL ANT A 12)
OI.VMIKXT,
This is the bopt
article yet put before
the public for all
kinds of Sores and
Eruptions o f the
bum, as tialt Jtlieum,
Old Sores, Broken
Breasts, Stings of In
sects, Yi getable
Poti-omngs, Ac.
Fully upholding Dr
Poland's rnpututiou as an originator of valuable
remedies. It is the
For burns, sea'ds. frost bitten parts, chapped
lips and hands, cracks in the feet, (with which
old pcoplo are troubled,) styes upon tho eye
lids, anil in lact everything to wincn a salve li
applicable. Price, 25 cents. Manufactured uu
der tho eupcrvision of the originator,
linl fni. unln In. .ill l'1ir,l,uln nn.l TK.IaII n...,.
...... .1 DU.W L.1 .... IXIl'IVHIIIU Ulllt 4l-lUU
gists, and nt Country Stores. Geo. C. Goodwin
A Co., and Bust Bros., A Bird, Boston, General
rropnetor. Aim, .v jint lor .uediruus maini
factured by Dr. J. W. Pol md, iz: Cedar Plas
tor, Diarrhica Elixie, Indian Pile Iienudv, Ca
thuitic Pills. Ac.
lMi-lvcoW.-
IMP0KTANT
THEIR.
TO SOLDIEUS
-AND
WIDOWS.
rpUOSl! l.NTKlllSSTKI) AUK IIK1U2IIY
L notified that I um agent to transact all busi
ness pertaining to pensions, bounties and back
pay. Claims of tho abovo nature- can bo pre
sented, and their ullowancca obtained, by appvl
ngto WM. BHIDGES.
St. Albans, May 10th, 18G0.
Mr
hv
1 1
-THE
NEW STEAM MILL!
-OP--
Bingliam & Lincoln,
Xcui- (lie Krcifilit Depot, St. AIIhiii-., Vt.,
IS now lcady to grind corn meal, line or coarse,
and all kinds of grain for feed. This Mill
was built by Holmes it Ilia iit lin i it, of Bos
ton, of tho'best Preuch llurr, iB complete in ovo
ry respect, and is eupablo of grinding twenty
five buxhels per hour. Doing dependent on
neither wind or Hoods for power, we ran do all
work of this kind without hindrance to our cun
toniels. We shall lie prepared to furnish corn
in the kernM, or ground, and at nil times fresh
and as cheap as elsewhere. Wo are also leudy
to receive orders for
Sash, Hliutis and Doors,
Mouldings and House Pinishiugs of every de
scription, of an good material nnd workmanship
as any other shop in the State.
tfOB WORK,
Such as
Plaining.
Matching,
Turning,
Scroll Sawing,
Ac,
Dmie to order with Machinery which is now and
of the latest improvenlonts. With these fa"ili
tiis to give perfect satisfaction, wo solicit a
sharo of public patronage
BINGHAM A LINCOLN
St.. Albans, Fob, 27, 1807. 151-tf.
New Goods, New Goods,
,Vt the New liook, Stationery and Variety Store
- JX
ItAICE STREET,
MISUHLLAXROUV,
SCHOOL A XI)
TO V HOOKS;
ALL h'lXDSOF
kxvklovi:s.
1'Al'KH,
IlliA A A BOOKS,
A XD STATlOXJiJlY,
yilOTOGUAVUS,
v i v r v u j:s,
icture Kriimes. Threads. Needles, a large va
riety if Fanov Goods, Yankee Notions, Ao., tic.
Also, all stvlos of
AYillow Baskets,
Large and small. Those additions to tho stock
previously on hand enables tho subscriber to
oiler for s'ale as large a variety of goods as can
bo found elsewhere in Franklin County. Tho
ontiro stock is new, has been bought cheap for
aah, many articles at a large iliscount troni lor-
iner prices, anil will lo sold at a small oilvanco.
Thankful for (ho liberal patronage bestowed
thus far, a continuation is desired.
2U2-U C. ll. liAlYUli. ,
TOIL OWE DOLIi.fi.lt. !
WE SELL DB1-:SS PATTEKNS, PANT Pat
terns. Wobs. Cotfon Cloth. Shawls. Car-
petings, Sheolings, Dry and Fancy Goods, Ac,
rtc. i iieiiiiiis .senl l''rcf, giving lull particu
lars: or Twelve CHmIh sent for Ono Dollar.
describing twelvo dill'eront articles which wo will
sell for One Dollar Knell.
3T Ladies and gentlemen wanted as Agents,
to whom tho most liberal inducements are otter
ed, and satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
CIIAS. LETTS A CO.,
JIA(iji)iiicii)T)-.s-' Agents,
111 A fill IWDKUATj STUKKT,
20S-ly Boston, Mass.
stAsri'Ac ixi:i:p jiv
J. E. CAME, & CO.
With Phelan A Collcnder's New Improved Com
bination Cushions, patented Nov. 20, 1807. Old
Tunics re-eusinoncd witn.tno anovo jncw loiii
bination Cushions for $75 per set. Theso Now
Cushions have proved, by actual use, to excel
an inner styles' ever made. Tallica ot nil styles
and finish constantly on hand. Also, Phelan A
Cullenders Combined Dining and Billiard Ta
bles J. E. CAME A CO..
210-Om 111 Sudbury St., Boston.
t'lllllll jVf4'e:Jl.iy.
BY recent enactments of Congress, all Sol
diers who have served three yearn and have
received but $100 bounty from tho United States,
or who, having enlisted for three vears, were dis
charged in consequence of wounds, and tho wid
ow, children, or parents of any soldier who en
listed tor tlirco years, under a promise or only
$100 bounty, ami who died in thoservico, aro en
titled to an additional bounty of ONE HUN-
DHED DOLLAHS 1
All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or
foot, or havo incurred disability equivalent to
the loss of hand or foot, aro entitled to a large
increase ot pension.
All pensioned widows of soldiers or sailors aro
entitled to an increased pension of two dollars
pcrinoiiin ior oacu eiiiiu umier eixieon years oi
ilgO.
Claims of the above nature, and for arrears of
pay, officers' extra pay, for horses lost iu tho U.
S. service, commutation of rations of prisoners
of war and prizo money, will bo promptly prose
cuted bv application by letter, enclosing dis-
chargelroni service, will be attended to and the
necessary papers returned to plicant for sig
naturesAc. E. A. SOWLES,
Ulliee over tho l'irst .National Jianlc,
St. Albans, Aug. 17th, 1800. 125-tf
A1
GENTS WANTED FOB
MUX OF OFJ! DA V
Or the Lives and Deeds of Generals, Statesmen,
Orators and Political Leaders now on tho Stago
of Action, including Grant, Shciinar, Colfax,
Sumner, Stanton, Sheridan, Yates, Curtiu, Trum
bull, Feiiton, Buckingham, Wilson, Greeley,
Wade, Morton, Philip. Farragut. Chase, Logan,
Stevens, Bcecher, Seward, Bouhvoll, Dix, Ham
lin, Fcsbondcn, Howard, and others, with over
lorty lili-liue l'ortrails of hiving Jlen. Sold on
ly by Agents. Great inducements. Send for
circulars. ZE1GLEH, McCUHDY A CO.,
210-0 w 01 1 Ai eh St., Philadelphia, Pa.
SACK Coats, in ovcrv style at
vYM! N. SMITH A CO'S.
WANTED!
1,000 MEN AND WOMEN TO
ACT AS C'ANVASSWIS l'OU A KlUUKS OI'
Itf & R & 'W I M G S !
ii vi: liuu'Tii'ti,
1) IL IL A M IiIiJt I X F. I ( 'US,
Engraved on stono in Paris by the most emi
nent Lithographers in tho world. For particu
lars and descriptive circular, address
L. D. H0B1NS0N,
203-Cw 10 Main St., Springfield, Mass.
'I
1H1COT Hacks nt WM . N. SMITH A CO'S.
VKHMOXT CHXTUAT, AM) SULLIVAN
ItAILltOADS.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
OommonciiiR Mny 25, 1808.
TlUtNS OOINO SOUTH ASl: HAST
Leave St. Albans at 0.20 a. in., 12.00 noon, nnd
H.t it) P. in.
Mail Train leaves House's Fo'nt at -1:10 a. in.,
leech oh passengers from Ogdcnsbnrgh 1!. It.,
and connects at White lliver Junction nnd Hol
lows Falls with trains for Boston, Worcester,
Springfield, and with trains on Passtuupsic 11.
11.. nnivos at New York at 10.15 p. in.
Day Express leaves Montreal at 8;30 ft. m St.
.TolniH at 10:00 a. m., Ogdclisburgh at 5-.10 a. in.,
House's Point at 10:15 a. m.. for Boston, Ac., ar
riving in Bostor. via. Lowell at 10:30 p. m.
Night Express leaves Ogdclisburgh nt LOO),
m., Montreal at 3:30 p. m., House's Point at li.35
' p. m., St. Johns at 5:00 p.m., arriving at Boston
at 8.10 a. m., connecting at Bellows Falls with
, Cheshire Itoad for Boston and Worcester and
I with Vermont Valley Itailroad for Springfield, Ac,
; and arriving in NewYork at 12.30 p. jp,
Tit MXS (lOINO SOUTH AND WT.ST.
j.eave hi. Ainans lor Montreal at (i:i a.
in..
and ('
1:33 1),
in.
For Kongo's Point, Ogdclisburgh
and the
le West
at 0:03 and 11:00 a. m., and 7.15
ii. in
Day Express leaves Boston via. Lowell 8.00 a,
in. for Burlington, St. Albans, Montreal, Ao.
arriving at Montreal at 10:0J p, in., Ogdenslmrgh
at 5:30 n. in.
Mail Train leaves Boston via Lowell, at 7:0()
a. m., via Lawrence and Fitchburg at 7.30 a.m..
Springfield at 7:15 a. in., for Burlington, and
St. Albans.
The trains leaving Boston via. Fitchburg at.
7:30 a. m., and Springfield at 7:15 a. m., connect
at Whito Kivcr Junction with the Day Express
train.
Accommodation Train loaves Northlleld at
7:15 a. m., for Burlington, llutland, St. Albans,
House's Point, Ogendcsburgh, Ac.
Night Express leaves Bellows Falls at 10.00 p,
in,, leeching passengers from Vermont Valley
Itailroad, leaving Now York at 12.15 p. m., anil
from Cheshire Itailroad, leaving Boston nt 5:30
p. in., connecting at White Hlver Junction witli
train leaving Boston at 5:00 p. m., for Burling
ton, House's Point, Montreal and Ogdonsburgli,
connecting with steamers andGrand Trunk
Trains for thoWost.
Sleeping cars aro attached to both tho nighl
Express trains running between St. Albans am
Boston, and St. Albans and Springfield.
Through tickets for Chicago and tho West fiv
sale nt. tno principal stations.
u. .UJimtiijJi, sup.
St. Albans. May 23, 18G8.
EUTIiANl) AM) mim.IXGTOX AND VT
VALLEY BAILHOAD.
On and after Dee. 2d, 1807, trains will rui
as follows, viz :
3IOVINU SOUTH AMP HAST.
Leave Biirlingtonlat 8:30 a. m., 1:35 p. in. 3:3(J
0; 15 p. in. Arrive at Hutland nt 11:25 a. in., 1:14
p. m. 8:00 a. m. 12.50 a. in.
Leave Hutland at 1:00 a. m., 12:00 m. Arrive
Bellows Falls nt 7:W and 2:20 p.m., A- 0:25 a.
m.
Leave Bellows Falls at 7.50 a. m., 2:23 p. in.,
!5:30 a in. Arrive at Brattlcboro' at 8:50 a. m.,
3:20 i. m., 1:27 fl. in.
3t0VI.Nl SOUTH AND WXST.
Leave Brattlcboro' at 11:00 a. m., 4:15 A. 0:00 p.
m. Arrivo nt Bellows Falls at 12:00 i. in., and
5:10 and 9:55 p. m.
Leave Bellows Falls at 12.35 p. in., 5:15 p. m.
10.00 p. m. Arrivo at llutland at .'1:10 p. m.,
0:00 p. m. 12:35 a. m.
Leave Butland at 0.00 a. in., 1.20 p. m., 3.20
p. m. 1:30 a. m. Arrivo at Burlington at 9:15 a.
in., 1:25 p. in., and 0.15 p. in. 1.15 a. m.
THAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS :
Dm- At Burlington with Boats on Lako Chain-
plain and Vermont Central and Vermont and
Canada Bailroads, for Montpclier, St. Albans,
House's Point. Montreal, Ogdclisburgh, and tho
west. At llutland with trams tor Troy, Aiuany
and New York. Saratoga Sprint's. Schencclndv.
and tho West. At Bellows Falls with trains on
Cheshire Itailroad for Fitchbnrgh, Worcester,
Lowell, and Boston. With Vt. Valloy Itailroad,
for Brattlcboro', Springfield, Hartford, Now Ha
ven, and Now York and with Sullivan Itailroad
for Windsor, White Hiver Junction, Wells lliver,
St. Johnsbury, Newport, Littleton, and tho
White Mountains.
Passengers for tho West will find this a cheap,
pleasant, and expeditious route.
FOB TICKETS, and all necessary information
enquire at the Offices on tho lino.
1-tf. GEO. A. MEHHILL. Supt.
J")KTI1I51I.V ItAiratOAi.
WINTER AHEANQEMEN P 180-1-5.
On and after Monday, Nov.
Trains will run as follows :
11, 1801, Passenger
Ul'WAUP TJU1XS.
Dav Express Train loaves Concord at 0.33 a.
in., for Whito Hiver Junction, connecting with
trains for Montpclier. Burlington. Bouso's Point.
Montrem, Ac, and with Ogdonsburgli and Grand
Trunk ltailroads, lor tno west.
Mail Train leaves Concord at 10.45 a. in., for
White Hiver Junction, connecting with train for
Wells Hiver. St. Johnsburv. Barton. Newport.
Willoughby and Magog Lakes, StanstcaiL Bath,
Littloton, and Lancaster: nlso, with trams for
Montpclier, Burlington, St. Albans, House's Point
iM.,..i;.in i .,.!.. ui....,i. ..ii.i n.r. W.ut
Illlit. I.., Jfii..o.i. t,,,,.i, . ...w llm.
Bristol Train loaves Concord at 3.30 p. in., for
l'raiiKiin ami uristoi.
Evening Express Train leaves Concord at 8.1f
p. m., ior winto Kivcr junction, connecting with
trams ior Montpclier. Burlington. St. Albans,
Bouso's Point, Montreal, Ogdenslmrgh, and tho
West.
'Or on arrival of trams irom Boston, Worcester
Portsmouth, rortliind, Ac.
POW.SWAUU TIt.UNS.
Morning Express Train leaves Whito Hivei
Junction for Concord nt 1.15 a. m., or on arrival
of tram from Ogdeusburgh and Montreal. On
Mondays nt 0.25 instead of 1.15.
Bristol Train leaves Bristol for Concord at 8
a. m.. and Franklin at 0.12 n. m.
Mai Tram leaves White Hiver Junction for
Concord at 12.15 p. m., or on nrrivnl of trains
over tho Vermont Central, Passuinpsie, and
White Mountains ltailroads.
Dav Express Tram leaves Whito Hiver Junc
tion at 1.58 p. m., or on arrival of trams from
Montreal and Ogdeusburgh, Brattloboro', Keonc
Bellows Falls. Windsor. Ac. connecting at Con
cord witli train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell
and isoston.
Tlieso trains connect nt Concord with trams
for Manchester. Lawrcnco, Portsmouth. Port
land, Nashua, Worcester. NewYork, Lowell, am'
Boston. ONSLOW STEAH.NS, Agont.
Concord, N. II., Nov. 10, 1801. 1-tf.
It "Works Like a Charm."
Have von Headacho?
Use Hcnuo's Magic Oil
Havo you Toothache ?
Havo you Neuralgia V
Havo you Bhouniatisin V
Havo you Soro Throat?
Havo you Sciatica?
Ilnvo you n Bruise?
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Uso Heiino's Mugio Oil
Uso Itcnne's Magio Oil
Uso Hcnuo's Magio Oil
Uso Benito's Magio Oil
Uoo Bonne's Magic Oil
Uso Henno's Magio Oil
Uso Bonne's Magio Oil
Havo you Cramps
Have you Choi. Morbus?
Havo von Lameness?
Uso Henno's Magio Oil
This is tho best family remedy, to euro nil
kinds of pain, von over tried.
It is clean, safo and delicious to use, and if
vou uso it faithfully, it will do you good
' Directions on each bottle. Buy it of tho Drug
gist or Merchant whero you trade. If thoy havo
not got it on hand they will send for it, ni your
.n,iiii.i;l .mil nll v.iii tlii rrr.iiiitiwi ltrmin'.i l'-ilti.
A Ulllll-Ok, ...... .. fc. .... .. U ,J ...(.
Killing Magio Oil, at tho manufacturer's lowest
prico nt renin.
WM. HEENE, Solo Proprietor and Manufac
turer. Pittslleld. Mass.
Hold in t. Aiuatis py an uruggisis, wcoks a
Hoynolds, Grocers.
Morriy.
In Swanton Inlls by D, T.
170-ly-cow
NT). 34.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
PUBLISHED EACH EVENING.
Office in Having Mod; Lake St., St. Allmnii, 17.
WILBUR P. DAVIS, Pitoi'Mt.
WiLituit V. Davis, ,,;,...
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Per ear. in advance 8.00
Six months, in advance 4,00
Three months, in advance 2.00
One month, in advance 75
Advertisements should be handed in as eni-lv
ns the morning of t lie day of their intended pub
lication. Jerome Fenwick's Cure,
HV TA'CY A. BAND ALL.
"DonM uo out (o-niirht. .forotnc stnv
with mo! Oh, Jerome! it Is so lonely
when you are nwny !"
Tho little kitchen had boon swontand
scoured until every board glistened llko
polished ivory the rcdinorcen curtains
were urawn over tho tiny pancd win
dows, and the great chestnut logs in tho
fireplace were singing and simmering
and bursting into scarlet sheets of llame,
with capricious alternations. Thcro
were no costly fresco on tho walls
merely a cheap paper where gigantic
link roses burst into unaccountable
iloom amonir tho irrccn tendrils of a
still'
pen vine: but the wooden clock
was
framed in tho coral berries of the
bittersweet, and a little Christmas cross
of hemlock sprigs and blnck ivy, yet
hung between the two windows, while
liosa Fenwick's monthly roses and scen
ted geraniums tossed their delicate blos
soms among the red ponpers and bun-
cues tu pennyroyal aim cnmip on uio
smoke-browned mantle above tho chim
ney.
For Itosa, our heroine, was nothing
more dignilled than a farmer's wife.
ivy, out manner's wile in tills, our .um
pire State, is, it must bo remembered,
queen consort to a member of tho pop
ular sovereignty and Rosa was na lit
to wear tho royal robes as any princes of
tno moon, cue wasouuo tan, wiui paio
brown hair, and eyes of tho clear vivid
blue that nuts you in mind of sunshino
after rain, whilo the delicate color of her
cheek fairly rivaled tho monthly roses
above. Her dress was very plain and
simple n dark brown calico, rallied nt
tne wrists, and relieved by a narrow
linen collar, witli tiny black silk npron
tied trimiy around norgracoiui waist.
Jerome Fcnwick, n tall, stalwart
young fellow of some seven orcightand
twenty, bit his lips as Rosa still kept
urging :
''Stay with mo this evening only
this once !"
"Nonsense, Rosa: how rcdiculous
you aro ! A man can't stay at homo for
ever."
But you were out last night and the
night before."
"Well, what thcnV JNow, my lovo,
don't you sco how very absurd it is, to
expect me to bo always dangling at
your npron strings? I tell you I'm only
going down to tho Columbian, to look
at tho papers and talk over tho nows."
"To tno Columbian v ccnocuivunii 'i ry
phosa Fcnwick, suddenly appearing out
of tho subterranean depths of a trap
door, very much a la ghost upon the
stage, only that she boro n pan of glossy
red apples in ono nand, aim urnnuisneu
a formidable knife in tho other. ',Ah-
h-h ! you're going to tho Columbian, bo
ye Jerome Fcnwick?"
"Yes, i am and wnac incur' re
turned tho young man, n spice of sullen
defiance beginning to mingle with tho
ilayrui tone no nad assumed lowanis
lis wife.
"And I s'nosc your comin' back stu
pider nor a fool, as you came last night
or perhaps your comin' with Peter
Strykcr at your head and Sam Garnoy
at your heels, as you como last week ;
pretty doings, tlieso, ior a loner mat
hain't been married tuycar yet."
"Dear Jerome." nlcadcd Kosa, iook-
ing up through sparkling tears, "jileasc
do not go to night."
"What d'ye s'posc you're comim io,"
went on Aunt Tryphosn, digging away
at the apples as spitefully as if every
ono had been a modern Marsyas, and
she n spectacled Apollo: "p'rapsyou'vo
forgotten now rardon niicingnam iroze
to death, ' a year ago como February,
down by tho hemlock holler, with tho
snow two feet deep on the ground. He'd
been to tho Columbian, too ! He'd read
tho papers and talked over tho nows !
And mebbo you don't remember how
Josiah Hopkins went oil' in tho dclirous
tremens last Juno, ail along o'lnatsume
Columbian. Ho hadn't no pretty young
wife at homo to cry her oyca out artcr
his good-for nothing' bones, though,
Josiah Hopkins hadn't ! Oh !" ejacula
ted Aunt 'Frypnosa, cmpnaticaiiy, m
wish there was a Maine law, I just do!
Bettor stay at homo, Jerome Fcnwick,
afore bad comes to worse."
Jerome Fenwick's brow Hushed and
his face become crimson.
"I shall do precisely ns 1 please, Auht
Tryphosa. AVhoro'a my hat?"
''' 'Taint for myself I'm speaking,"
wont on tho wrathful old lady, suspend
ing her knife in mid air, "though you
be my brother's son. Its for Rosa! Do
you s'poso she haint got no l'eelin's when
you como homo night after night, as in
toxicated as n fool? Good land o' Go
shen 1 if I was Rosa, I'd go down to tho
Columbian too, and drink along witli
you. Slio's got just as good a right to be
n fool as you havo! How'd you like
that Jeromo Fcnwick?"
Ho went out, giving tho unconscious
door a bang that made tho cat start in
her cosy corner of tho red brick hearth,
and brought a fresh torrent of tears to
Rosa's bluo eyes.
"Ph, Aunt Tryphosn," she sobbed,
hiding her Hushed face among tho ap
ples in the good spinster's lap, "What
shall wo do ? He's being ruined and I
1 hnvo no power to hold him back."
"Sarvo him right! an obstlnato fool"
muttered Iho irato old lady. Yet ovon
whilQ tho words woro ou her lips, tho
bony Hngors caressed Rosa's hair with
a strangely living touch,

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