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ST. ALBANS, VT, MONDAY, JUNK 23, 1SGS. NO. 35. Vol. I. Vermont Daily Transcript, ITllIilHItKl) EACH EVENING. OjlU e in llm mn' Jllitrk, Lake SI., SI. MlnWH, WlIiMUR V. DAVIS, Pkoi-'k. 17. AViMiun P. Davis, ALMONT Baknks, Editor. THHMS ! l'or year, in advance, S,00 Six months, in ndvnnco 4,00 Thrco months, in advance, 2.00 One month, in ndvnnco 73 Advertisements should lio handed in as early as tho morning of tlio day if tlieir ititfintoil pnl liealion. Dtth'H MitiitiyvnicHt. The selection of breeding of tlio very best milch cows and tlio proper manage menf of them and of everyfblin eon. neoted with the dairy, are mailers of Htieh importance that too much atten tion cannot be given to them. There i.4 no use in attempting to keep milch cows Willi profit on inferior pastures, where weed and coarse grasses occupy the noil. The land must be in tjood heart, the grasses of the bc.it quality and the water as pure as possible. It has been fro qucntlvreinarked that even on the best pastures" cows which are compelled Mo drink muddy, stagnant water never pro duce a good quality of butter. The large quantity of inferior butter which is always fountl glutting the mar kets is a pretty fair indication that there is a screw loose in the management of the dairy. It is probable that in some dairies (ill the screws are loose the oows are not suited for the purpose for which the are kept; they have not sufficient pasture nor good water; they are wor ried by being driven from the pasture at a rapill rate ; they are annoyed by reck less, irritable, noisy milkers. The milk house is too small, or too hot ; has not sufficient ventilation, and is not kept sullicientlv clean. The cream is not taken oiT'when the milk is "ripe," and it is left to stand too long before churn ing. The churning process is performed too quick or too slow ; the buttermilk is not worked out of the butter, although the latter may have been made soapy by iniudicious handling. To finish all, an iliforior qualify of salt is used, and the butler packed in unsuitable vessels. m-stim Rural. Si MMKii Manuki:. lied or stabled, ii very -If cowh are yar laivo (iiiantity of manure is saved. We ate too apt to look upon the manure crop as the harvest of the winter. With reasonable fore thought and diligencethe manureheaps will grow quite as fast in summer. Wo have oncgreat advantage fermentation takes place much more rapidly ; hence : accumulations of vegetable matter, fresh, or in form of nuiek and peat, if composted with stable manure, ashes, or lime, very rapidly ferment, and ripen into lioniogeneouMiess, ready for use in the autumn. Swine are widely employed as the summer manure makers, and they are worth so much more us rooters than "tamed," that it is not worth while to "ring" or "tame" them, until they are penned to fatten. Confine them where they may havo conveniently, sods, weeds and all sorts of green rubbish thrown to them to work over. If upon tlio manure of other stock, encourage diligence b.v scattering occasionally handfuls of corn about the heap. If muck or sods aroused in the compost, swine will often tread it so hard as to arrest fermentation. Er. The Gardner's Monthly reeeonunends tho following mode for enriching the noil for young cabbage plants just before tliev arc set out, lor tne purpose ol giv ingthem an early and vigorous start: Make holes with a dibble whoro the plants are to bo set, and then till these holes with manure water. It soaks away into the surrounding earth, and Decomcs perieciiy omiised tnrougn it The plants aro then set in the holes. Mr. J. Harris says in tho American Anriculturist, that "clover is miotic: tionably the great renovating crop of Amorican agriculture. A crop of clover, euual to two tons ol nay, wnen plough ed under will furnish more ammonia to tho soil than twenty loads of straw made manure, drawn out fresh and wot in the spring, or than twelve tons of our ordinary barn-yard manure." He, how ever, thinks it nearly as well to make the clover into hay, feed it out, and carefully stive the manure, that is there will bo little loss in tlio value of tho fertilizer, and may be profit from the feeding. Puotuotino Oucumheks, ko. Take u willow or other twigs and bending it in tlio form of a bow thrust botli ends Jnto tho ground on opposite Bides of the hill; then place another in the same manlier across tho first and spread over a newspaper and fasten In down by plac ing earth or small stones all around. TitELiiis l-'Oii Tomatoes. The best trellis for tho tomato plant is n barrel hoop secured to tnreo sluices a loot nigh They may fastened by nails or strings. ' . m - ItSVTlio suoerioritv of Herkimer Oo pastures isittributed to tlio prevalence of clover. This has more nitrogen than the grasses, and hence better for tho dairy. "Weeds will need constant attontion they are easily managed wlion young and aro very stubborn when large. Tlio freo use of tho rako or the pronged boo will keep the garden in order, with much less troublo than periodical spoil of booing. , . Eg)'" Havo you seen Prangs Chromo ? "Old Oaken Bucket," "Falconer and Bride," at H. Livingston & Sons. jJSy Havo you seen Prangs Chromo '? "Old Oaken Bucket," "Falconor and Brldo," at H, Livingston & Sons, CXiOTHXNG STORE g -ON LAKE RTHMliT. MOBTON & PEROT! Having bought of G.W.Blndgott bin now nnd entire stock of clothing, fuhnisiung goods, UATS AND CAPS, BOOTS SHOES , Foci satisfied in saviiiL' to the public Hint tlicy can sll goods an low as can bo nought in Frank lin t'onntv. All o nslc is to havo customers come in, and satisfy themselves, before pur chasing elsewhere, Wo have, and arc receiving. ill tin- new styles trom manict, consi-iiiug in READY MADE CLOTHING, FUKN1SIIING GOODS, LINEN AND PAVER COLLLARS Of endless varieties, and a largo and well selected Stock ol Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats and Boots, Which avc will well low for cash. We havo tho largest assortment of HATS AND CAPS To he found in Northern Vermont. If yon don't boliovo it, call and sec for yourselves. Our Clothing is New and Desirable, consisting of SPWNG SPRING SUITS, BLACK SUITS, LIGHT colored PANTS AND VESTS, LINEN VESTS, CUFKS, AND ISUTTONS. OVElt SACKS, THICOT SUITS, FANCY GASSJMEHE PANTS AND VESTS, LINEN PANTS. tii:s, Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Wo have a few Winter Over Coats loft, that wo will sell at a big discount from cost, for cash. Itcmcniher tho jdarc, Two doors est ot tho American House, Lane Mieot. MORTON .v PEItCY. Husky G. Mokton. Auikiit N. Pr.ucv. ld-tf Formerly with Win. N. Smith A- Co Elilni II. Huntington, slH'CKSSOll TO A. H. JIUNVAN, A SKH attention to this following partial list ot XX. articles which I will sell at the lowest rates for cash. AMERICAN WATCHES. Howard, Tremoi-t, Millroso, nnd all tho differ ent grades ol waitiiuni, national, ami unit ed States Co's Watches. A large assort ment of Gold nnd Silver American Cases, of the hest styles. Also, Gold and Silver Swiss Watches. Ladies' Gold Hunting Watches, American and Swiss. Tho latest and host patterns ot Gold, Plated and Silver Chains, Eino Gold and Plated Jewelry of all descriptions. A splendid asMutmcnt of Ladies' riNXS GOLD SETS, Etruscan, Coral, Garpct. Ac, Ac Ucntlomens' Pius, Masonic Pins and lungs. Diamond, Emerald, ltuhy, Amethysto, Pearl and Garnet Finger ltings, 18 lit. Plain Itings, Gold Bracelets, Silver Plated Spoons and Forks, Extra nnd Trohlo Plata. Tea sets. Castors, Cake Baskets, Vases, .Ye., iVo. Cola Silver Spoons, Thiinhles, Ac. A very largo stock of Gold and Steel Spectacles, even- pair sold warranted to suit. Pocket Knives, Shears and Scisbors of tho 1st quality Fishing Tackle. I shall receive twin day h, day now stylos of Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, which J will sell at tho lowest market rates. ffSm Watch repairing nnd engraving dono promptly. ld-tf, HAT AND CAP STORE, SOUTH MAIN STREET The undersigned keeps uQiijjniitly on hand a ion supply Of JIATS, CAPS, FURS, 0 LOVES AND MITTENS, UMBRELLAS, GENT'S COLLARS, And an assortment of Gent's Furnishing goods in his lino of trade equal to any in stylo and exeellenco of Roods, and at reasonable prices Holms every thintr in tho hat lino, from com nion straw to tho last stylo of silk hat, and can suit nil. G. 11. SMITH St. Albans, Vt, Stay 12, 1808. 1-d-tb SHAKESPEltE Collars, of all klnda at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. LINEN Collars of overv description at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. ITOlt SPltJNG STYLE OF SOFT HATS, go to ? WM. N. SMITH A C07S. CLOTHING, Clothing for Spring nt WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. F OH NEW SPUING SUITS OF ALL KINDS, call at WM, N, SMITH A CO'S. 10MHTH1XO INEAT AND NEW! IN ST. ALBANS. Tin; Drug Store on Lake Sired, KK1T 11V- & NICHOLS. The undersiL'iied liavimx nicely lilted u;i the store in the American House llloek, on Lnku St., and fdocked it with a choice assortment of dj: ugs a xd ji i-jd i gixes , Itesnectfullv solicit a share of the natronatro of this community, feeling sure that they can give satisfaction in goods and prices. Our stock consists of DltUOS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, PEltKUMEHY, TOILET AUTCEES, DYES, AC. oun stock or Is complete, consisting in all the approved va rieties, and our general stock includes all goods usually kept in a til ore of thisl ind. Headquar ters for the A. B- A. BITTERS, One of the best Spring Medicines tn the mar ket. Physicians orders solicited, and carefully and nroinntlv filled. In duality and mice wu guaranteo to satisfy all who favor ub with thoir patronage. Storo oiuni on Sundays at noon, for sumilviii necessary medicinos . PR. NXCHOXiS Is a practicing Physician in regular standing, and Kill attend to all professional calls, iic liieniher the place, under tho American House, Lake Street. St. Albans. dl-tf GltEEN A NICHOLS. THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE! riWK HubHcrihor oiVern Tor buIo to tho poopluof X St. AUmiiH, Franklin Comity uml Vicinity, a Drugs, CheniiculN, Resinoiils Ac, Perfumeries and Fancy Articles genorally such as are i.opi in a nrs class uuy urug storo. I'A TJEXT MED J CJXES. HAIlt UESTOItEItS. Mrs. Allen's. Hall's. inngs, jiartna asiungton, welister s, Storl ing s, uarrett s, hlieiui s, Jlexican Ac, Ae. TltUSSES, SUl'l'OKTEHS, SHOULDr.lt lUtACES, AC, AC Choice DriiRffists' Groceries ! Such as nure snices. Cream Tartar. Soda. Mus tarn, hoaps, 1'iavoring extracts, l'anna, Corn Kfiirnb. Wlinn t(.n P. vit- A-,. Prescriptions Carefully I'rcjxirrd And Druggists' and Physicians' orders solicited This storo will not bo undersold by nuv on goods ot the same quality, but will sustain, at all ovents, its reputation for cheapncbs and relia unity, and m nil cabes wo shall bo happv to re- ceivo our customers, and wail on them with nroiier euro aim attontion. Dr. A. M. Plant, lato of Milton, will bo pleased io icccivo uu ins iricims ami acquaintances. ST. ALBANS LIQUOR AGENCY. Puro Liquors constantly on hand for Medicinal purposes. dl-tf S. It. DAY, Agont. 10,000 ROLLS Of PAPER HANGING? Of diiVorept jiatieniB.' OIL SHADES, OUJtTAIN FIXTUIUW, COIiD AND TASSELS. Also, FURNITURE Of all kinds, just received, at H. LIVINGSTON A SONS. ld-tf FOlt SWUNG STYLES OF HATS AND CAPS, call on WM N. SMITH A CO. SPINO STYLES OF PANTS AND VEST call at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. ATS FOlt HOYS ; CAPS FOlt HOYS AT WM. N. SMITH A COS. WARD &. BURNES, Dealers in nlll kinds of GROCERIES LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, First door above tho St. Albans House, keep constantly on hand a full assortment of rAMIKY GROCERIES: Consisting of Flour, Meal, Provender, Shorts, And Feed Of all kinds; Pork", Fish, Hams, Sugar, TeaR, Lard, fresh liuttcr And all sorts of articles usually kept in business of their kind. Highest cash price paid for .ill kinds of country Produce. GIVE US A CALL. dl-tf WAltD A UUltNES. S . S . & J . A . HE D A II 1) Tako pleasure in saving to tlieir patrons nnd menus mat tney navo removed tlieir place ot business to UNION BLOCK Three Doors North of Hotel, the American Where tlioj have on hand a largo assortment of HARNESSES, TRUNKS, BLANKETS AND WHIPS. A1m, a gvncral assortment of SADDLERY. HARDWARE, LEATHER, Our motto is "Largo Kales and Small Prollts. Those in want of goods in our lino will do well to call and examine our stock heloio ptireliasmg ldlw-wlt. FULTON MARKET K. C. CJALLAU, Proprietor. It which is upplied with the best of' Meats, Trlpc, ami Sit UNIlgl'S, Dritil and Siuokcil IW'ef. AND ALL Table Delicacies of the Season Now on hand, a nice lot of SUGAR CURED HAMS -AK0- JP i 12 I I V J I I HAL1HUT, MACKEItEL, COD, CUSP and HADDOCK. St. Albans, May IS, 1808. Gd-tf Morton it Percy's, fcr 72 OP e-t- CD CD THE PIVOT ACTION BRACE A superior Suspender for Skirts or Pants ! An unonualed brace lor tho Shoulders. Always Suspender. A braco or not at pleasure. Its biiupucity, (luruuinty, caso and convenience commend it to every Lady, Gentleman, or Youth Examine for yourself, and bo convinced that all herein stated is true. Prices, 7o cents, $1 00, fl23. il50. ld-tf TTlOlt SALE.--A pleasantly located residenco .1. in St. Albans, with onu or two acres land, as may bo desired. Twelve- good rooms ecller, cistern, excellent well of water, houso and bam nearly now. Applo, poar, plum, and cherry trees, partly in boaring, of best varieties, Also grapo vines, etc. Tho cheapest plaeo in lunn ui iiiu prico asKou. xernis very casv, Foo further particulars, enquiro at tlio Than hciiut Oillco. 215-tb J. Pit O OL AM ATION illinium, mo ni, iViimiiH jauit, ii corpom- V tion, duly incorporated by the Legislature of tlio State of Vermont, located mid doing busi ness at St Albans, in tho county of Franklin, has made application to me, requesting mo to issue a proclamation designating some day for the termination of the existence of said cor poration; And wlierenH.it hns been made to appear tonio that two-thirds of the legal voIch of tlio stock holders of said coiporation wore given in favor of said application. rTllltltlUfl 11. CL lit ,,...1. . Now, therefore, I, Paul Dillinghniu, Governor of tho Statu of Vermont, in conformity with said I application, ami tno provisions ot Bcction cign-tv-six and eighty-seven of chapter eighty-ninoof tlio, General Statutes of Vermont, do hereby is sue mv nroclainatiou. and declare that on the twonty-Atth day of March, A. D. 1808, the said corporation shall cease to exist as fully and ith the saniii eflect as it said charter expired by the limitation thoicof. In witness nherr, I have hereunto signed my name and caused tho seal of the State .. s. to'be hereunto affixed, in Executlvo Cham bers at Wnterbui'V. this 2:lrd ilnv of Son. tember, A. D. 18G7, and of tlio indcpoiuUmco of tio United States tlio 91st. PAUL DILLINGHAM. Ity the Governor, Wm. P. Dii.mnoham, Sec'y of Civil and Military Aafi'airs. l)niggis(s Evervivbere. In St. lbans bv LlCONAltl), HltAINEItD A HENll ACO., Watorbury, Vt., Solo CO. Ac. AkuuIo. February Ttli, 1803. L202-ani. It is an unfiiiling remedy m all cases of Neu ralgia Facialis, often effecting a perfect euro in less than twenty-four hours, from the use of no more than two or three pills. No other form ot Neuralgia or Nervous Disease has failed to yield to this Even in tho severest cases of Chronic Neural gia and general nervous derangements of many vcais standing affecting tho entire system, its use for a few days, or a few weeks at the ut- URst, always affords tho MOST ASWXJSILXCr UEIAKF, nd very rarely fails to produce a complete and permanent cure. It contains no drugs or other materials in the slightest degree injuiious, even to tlio most delicate t-ystcin, and can always uo used with PJJHFJJCT SAFKTV. It has long been in constant use by may of our most eminent Physicians, who give it their unanimous and uuuualilied annroval. Sent by mail on receipt of price, and postage. One pacKage. ... M Ml. . . .l'ostage 0 cents. Six packages. ... 5 00. ... " 27 " Twelve Packg's.. 9 00.... " 18 " It is sold by all wholesale and retail dealers in drugs and medicines throughout tho United States, and by TUltNKH A CO., Sole Piopiiotors, lau to iu xrcinont nireet, lsostou, .uass. l'J-(im Jpoi.AMJ'S J' LA NT A IN OIXTMEXT, This is tho best article yet put before tlio public for all kinds of Soros and Eruptions o f tho Skin, as SaltHheuin, Old Sores, Broken Brcabts, Stings of In sects, Vegetable Poit-miiugs, Ac. Fully upholdiii!.' Dr. Poland's loputation as an originator of valuable remedies. It is tho GREAT FANACIEA! For burns, sea'ds, frost bitten parts, chapped litis and hands, cracks in tho feet, (with which old people aro troubled,) styes upon the eye lids, and in fact everything to which a salvo is (;,.,,. .iV . ... r i applicable, l iiuu, ceuis. jiauiuaciurua un der the supervision of tho originator, BR. 3. W. FOZ.AIVB, And for sale bv all Wholesale and lletail Drug gists, and at Country Stores. Geo. C. Goodwin .v uo,, and jsust nros., v unit, uostou, uoneral Agents. Proprietor. Also, Agent for Medicines nnuiu factum! by Dr. J. W. Poland, viz: Cedar Plas ter, Diarrhrea Klixio, Indian Pile Heniedy, Ca thartic Pills. Ac. lK8-lveow.. VTTANTF.D I 1,000 MEN AND WOMEN TO act as canvassi:i:s ron a .si:uii:s or new mr&RirmGs ! rivx mavTiri'i. IDEAL AMEinVAX PACES, Engraved on stone in Paris bv tho most emi nent Lithographers in tlio world. For particu lars and deseriptivo circular, address L. D. HOHINSON, 209-Ow 1G Main St., Springfield, Mass. GENTS WANTED FOlt mex op oun J a. y Or tho Lives and Deeds of Generals. Statesmen. Orators and Political Leaders now on tho Stago of Action, including Grant. Sherman, Colfax, Sumner, Stanton, Sheridan, Yates, Curtin, Trum bull. Fenton, Buckingham, Wilson, Grcoloy, Wade, Morton, Philips, Farragut, Chaso, Logan, niuvens, ucucuur, nuwiuii, .uouiwoii, ojix, iiain lin, Fesscndou, Howard, and others, with over lorty nic-UKO ronraus or Living juon. Hold on ly by Agents. Great inducements. Sond for circulars. ZEIOLEH, JIcCUKDY A CO., 210-Ow 01 i Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. SACK Coats, in every stylo at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. rpUCPTSaluTa at WM.NrWllTHTA CO'sT IilQID jJr i SXAIl DTE T 8 M COLORS. Sold by VKKMONT CENTUAIi AND SULLIVAN HAILllOADS. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. CoiiimcncinK May 25, 1808. T11A1NH tlOINO SOUTH ANE 15 A ST Leave St. Albans at 0.20 a. in., 12.00 noon, nnd 8.00 i). m. v Mail Train leaves House's Po'nt at 4:10 a. in., receives passengers from Ogdciisburgh II. It., nnd connects at Whito Itivcr Junction nnd Bel lows Falls with trains fot Boston, 'Worcester, Springfield, and with trains on PasBiimpsio It. It., arrives at Now York at 10.15 p. m, Day Exnress leaves Montreal at 8:30 a. in.. St. Johns at 10:00 a. in., Ogdciisburgh at 5-30 a. m., House's Point at 10:15 a. in., for lloston, Ac, ar riving in Hoston, via. Lowell at 10:30 p. nl. Night Expresi leaves OgdeiiBburgh at 1.00 p. in., Montreal at :i:30 p. in., House's Point at 0.35 p. in., St. Johns at 5:00 p. in., arriving at Hoston at 8.-10 a. in., connecting at Hellows Falls with Cheshire lload for Hoston and Worcester and with Vermont Valloy ltailroad for Springllcld, Ac, and an ivinj; in NuwYork at 12.30 p. m. TH 1SS OOINU NOllTH AND WUST. Leave St. Albans for Montreal at 0:10 a. m., and (1:33 p. m. For House's Point, Ogdciisburgh and the West at 0:03 and 11:00 a. in., and 7.13 p. in. Day Express leaves Hoston via. Lowoll 8.0J a, m. for Hurlington, St. Albans, Montreal, Ac. arriving at Montreal at 10:00 p. m., Ogdciisburgh at 5:30 a. in. Mail Train leaves Hoston via Lowell, at 7:Oo a. m., via Lawrence and Fitehburg at 7.30 a.m.. Springllcld at 7:15 a. in,, for Hurlington, and St. Albans. Tho trains leaving Hoston via. Fitehburg at 7:30 a. m., and Springfield at 7:15 a. in., connect at White Itivcr Junction with tho Day Express train. Accommodation Tralu loaves Northflcld at 7:15 a. in., for Hurlington, Hut land, St. Albans, House's Point, Ogendesburgh, Ac. Night Express leaves Hellows Falls at 10.00 p, n i.j receiving passengers from Vermont Valley ltailroad, leaving Now York at 12.15 p. in., and from Cheshire ltailroad, leaving Hoston at 5:30 p. in., connecting at. Vtinto Jiiver Junction witli train leaving Hoston at 5:00 p. in., for Hurling ton, House's Point, Montreal and Ogdensbnrgh, connecting with steamers andGraud Trunk Trains for thoWest. Sleeping cars aro attached to both tho tiiglil Exprcbs trains running between St. Albans am Hoston, and St. Albans and Springtlold. Through tickets for Chicago and tho West fo nalo at tlio principal stations. G. ME1UULL, Sup, St. Albans, May 23, 1803. EUTIjAXIIAXI) HUIU.IXGTOX ANI VT. VALLEY HAILHOAD. On and after Dec. 2d, 18G7, trains will rur as follows, viz : JtOVINO SOUTH AND F.AST. I.cavo Hurlingtoiflut 8:30 a. m., 1:33 p. in. i):39 0;!5 p. m. Arrive at Kntlaud.it 11:25 it. m., 1:1V p. in. 8:00 a. in. 12.50 a. m. Leavo Kutland at 1:00 a. in., 12:00 in. Arrivo Hellows Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 p. m., A 3:25 a. in. .Leavo Bellows Falls at 7.50 a. m., 2:25 p. in,, 3:30 a in. Arrivo at Hrattleboro' at 8:50 a. in., 3:20 ). in., -1:27 a. m. JIOV1NQ NOllTlt AND WKST, Leavo Hrattleboro' at 11:00 a. in., 4:15 A 0:00 p. in. Arrive at Hellows Falls at 12:00 i. in., and 5:10 and 9:55 p. in. Leavo Hellows Falls at 12.33 p. in.. 5:13 p. in. 10.00 p. in. Arrive at Hutlaud at 3:10 p. in., 0:(lOp. m. .v. in. iveavo .muianiiai u.uu a. in., l.u p. m...(.il in. 1:30 a. in. Arrivo at Hurlington at !):15 a. m., a:2.) p. in., and (i.lo p. m. 4.1o a. in. TKAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS: Kir At Hurlington with Boats on Lake Cham- plain and Vermont Central and Vermont and Canada Hailroads, for Montpelier, St. Albans, House's Point, Montreal, Ogdciisburgh, and tho West. At Hutland with trains l'or Troy, Albany and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady, and the West. At Hellows Falls with trains on Cheshire ltailroad for Fitehburgh, Worcester, Lowell, and Hoston. With Vt. Valley ltailroad, for Hrattleboro', Springfield, Hartford, New Ha ven, and New York- and with Sullivan ltailroad for Windsor, Whito itivcr Junction, Wells Hiver, St. Joluihbury, Newport, Littleton, and tho White Mountains. Pabsoncers for tho West will tind this a cheap. pleasant, and expeditions route I'Uli Tiuiuvitt, and nil necessary liiiorinaiiou. enquire at the Ollices on tho lino. l-tt. UttU. A. -UlilUUl.lj. Mlipi. jTOUTIIliJK.V ItAILltOAO. WINTER AltltANGElVLEN r 1804-5. On and after Monday, Nov. 14, 1861, Passenger MYnitm will run fnllowu Ul'WAllD T11A1NS. Day Express Train leives Concord a 9.35 a. in., lor YUiito ltiver Junction, coimeetmg with trains for Montpelier, Hurlington, House's Point, Montreal. A-c. and with Oi'donsburi'h and Grand Trunk Hailroads, for tho West. Alan Train leaves concord at "lu.-lu a. m., for Whito Hiver Junction, connecting with train for Wells Jtivcr, St. Jolinsimry, jjartou, isowport, Wilhmghby and Magog Lakes, Stanstead, Hath, Littleton, and Lancaster: also, with trams for Montpelier, Hurlington, St. Albans, House's Point, Moutrola, Ogdensbnrgh, and tho West. Jinstol Tram loaves uoncord at J.&) p. m., lor Franklin and Bristol. Evening Express Train leaves Concord at 8.1.' p. in., for White Hiver Junction, connecting with trains for Montpelier, Burlington, St. Albans, House's Point, Montreal, Ogdensbnrgh, and thu Wcbt. Or on arrival of trains fromBoston,Worccster, Portsmouth, Portland, Ac. DOW.SWAIll) TltAINS. Morning Express Train loaves Whito Hivei Junction for Concord at 1.15 a. in., or on arrival of-train from Ogdensbnrgh and Montreal. On Mondays at 0.25 instead of 1.15. Bristol Train leaves Bristol for Concord at 8 a. in,, and Franklin at 9.12 a. m. Mail Train leaves Whito ltiver Junction for Concord at 12.15 p. m,, or on Arrival of trains over tho Vermont Central, Passiimpsic, ami Whito Mountains Hailroads. Day Express Train leaves Whito ltiver Junc tion at 1.58 i. in., or on arrival of trains from Montreal and Ogdensbnrgh, Brattloboro', Keene, Bellows Falls, Windsor, Ac, connecting at Con cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell and Boston. These trains connect at Concord with trains for Manchester, Lawrence, Portsmouth, Port land, Nashua, Worcester, New York, Lowull, am' Boston. ONSLOW STEAKNS, Agent. Concord, N. II., Nov. 10, 1801. 1-tf. ' It "Works Like a Charm." Have yon Headacho? Havo you Toothache? Havo you Neuralgia V Havo you lthcumatisni ? Havo you Soro Throat V Havo yon Sciatica V Havo you a Bruiso? Havo you Cramps Y Uso Henuo's Magio Oil Uso Henuo's Magio Oil Uso Honno's Magio Oil Uso Honno's Magio Oil Use Henuo's Magio Oil Uso Itcniio'a Magio Oil uso Kouno's lungic uu Uso Honno's Magio Oil Havo you Choi. Morbus? Uso Heiino'a Magio Oil Havo you Lainoncss ? Uso Honno's Magic Oil Tins is tlio best tanmy remedy, to euro all kinds of pain, you over tried. It is clean, safe and dolicious to uso, and if you uso it fuithfully, it will do you good. Directions on each bottlo. Buy it of tho Drug gist or Merchant whoro you trade If they havo not got it on hand they will send for it, at your request, and sell you tho gouuluo ltenno's Pain Killing Magio Oil, at tho manufacturer's lowest prico at retail. WM. HEENE, Solo Proprietor nnd Manufac turer, Pittsflold, Mass. Sold in St, Albans by all Druggists, Weeks A Hoynolds, Grocers, In Swantou Falls by D. T, Morrill, 170-ly-CQw