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Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. AIjBAXS, VT. : Vj;i)xr.siAV, July 8, 1SGS. The Convention. Tun Democratic convention In Now York Kopms to have got well warmed up to Hh work to-day, na our telegraphic report shown, and an adjournment was ell'ected just at a very Impoitanl turn in the balloting, leaving reader where the Ledger stories do, on the anxious scat for the continuation to the denouement, when the winner is made known, and all the virtuous and good are proverbial ly happy. The hero of the Democratic novel will probably shine forth to-morrow. The recess when Pendleton was well ahead, with its reuU against him, and the adjournment when Hancock had come finely to the front, indicate, wc think, that the wily manngers have some one yet behind the curtain, to he presented and nominated. Will it be the willing Chase, or (he reluctant Seymour V Forgetful. The soldiers and sailors assembled in Convention in New York as tenders to the Democratic national convention, are evidently oblivious of recent facts, or they are soldiers and sailors of the "scary" sort, mitteo, to the in accordance They say by their coin Democratic Convention, with instructions, as fol- lows : "We solemnly declare our conviction that the free institutions of the country have never been in greater jeopardy than at this time. One might suppose that there was really le.-s danger to free institutions of the country now, when the party that saved the Union is in power, and is in prospect of continuing so, under the leadership of the general who thrashed the most infernal rebels since the re bellion in heaven, than there was when men from every neighborhood in the loyal states were toiling in march and battle to keep the Union undestroyed, and preserve all the free institutions known to the country. Jhit it seems the soldiers and sailors in convention in New York, couldn't see things in that light. Perhaps they regard Alexander Stephens' corner stone of the Confedera cy, slavery, as a "free institution" which it is worth while to save. On that supposition their choice of language if not of company iswell accounted for. "Will You "Walk," etc. The New York Sun of the 7th says that "Gen Grant has expressed a wish that the Democratic Convention might nomi nate Judge Chase, fc'o has Mr. Bryant ; so has Mr. Greeley ; so have many other prominent Radicals. The reason is the same with them all. They want the in-cat Democratic party to adopt a lie- publican platform and a Republican candidate. Then it would make very little difiereneo which party should carry the election ; it would be a Re publican triumph in either case. Why shouldn't the Democrats take this easy and simple course? All that it would require of them would be t lie renuncia tion of their distinctive principles; and in return for such a concssion t hoy would get a chance of electing their President and tasting the sweet spoils of office." ""Will you walk into my parlor'.'" Said the spider to the 11 v ; " 'Tis the prettiest little parlor That ever you did spy." Gen. Thomas' Speech. -Wo find the following synopsis of the remarks of Lieutenant-Governor Thomas, at the recent State Convention, in an ox change : He thanked the convention for the honor done him in again placing him on the fctato ticket. Jle valued the re spect and confidence of the loyal men who gave it more than the olllce. There have been elections when the questions at issue did not touch the Hie ol tiic mi tion : but this was not such a one. Jle believed the success of the candidates to bo nominated at New York would put in eopardy the interests ol the govern incut and tho liberties of the people, Vermont ought to do her whole duty Leaving out the .Lieutenant uovcrnor of whom ho would say nothing, they had most acceptable and worthy candi dates for Governor ami Treasurer, and Vermont ought to giye them a majority which will tell on the canvass in Maine and Now Hampshire, where all tho dogs of rebellion will be lot loosoin tho effort to break down tho Republican minorities next tall. J lis former Demo emtio friends made him a special object ol attacic ; out no cared no more lor their blank cartridges than ho did for tho bullets of their brother rebels in tho war. Thov wcro all Democrats, with not a Binclo Ropublican helper, that fired on the Hag and rolled up tho debt and tho Northern Democracy may still bo known by tho company they keep Thev nntl the Southern rebels nre nslv ing for ho same things to-day, and till their party is regenerated they would never find him training in their com pany. Heeciieu J'oit Chape. Tho Now York correspondent of tho Springfield Jicmiblican, a paper which has no much circulation in Vermont, we be Hove, states that on Sunday morning Henry "Ward Beecher preached a ser moil in favor of Cluifco, and against Grant. "We suppose that Plymouth Church congregation may, thereforo through this campaign, ho set down as mildly Democratic in religion, Tho Democratic Con rent ion. The Slato of Ohio nominated Pendle ton; Connecticut, nominated English; Illinois nominated Pendleton ; Maine nominated Hancock, and a minority of the same State nominated Pendleton ; New Joivey nominated Parker; New York nominated Church ; Pennsylvania nominated Parker; Tennessee nomi nated Andrew Johnson ; Vermont nomi nated English. When tho name of Horatio Seymour was reported foi President of the Con vention tho delegates and the vast body of spectators ro-cand greeted it with vo ciferous and protracted applause. When the President pro tern announced Gov. Bigler of Pennsylvania, and Gov. Ham mond, of South Carolina, as the com. mitteo to conducthim to the chair, there was intense enthusiasm. The Pendle- tonians joined in the plaudits as they re garded Seymour's acceptance of the Pre- idency as proof that he was not going to allow his name to come in competition ith that of their favorite for (ho nomi nation to the Presidency of the United States. We copy from Tuesday's Sim the fol lowing "scenes and incidents" of Mon day: SC15X1JS JCIiAH TAMMANY. Every drinkingestablishinent near the temple of St. Tammany was densely crowded, and none more so than the Clianler House, where tho Chase men had their headquarters. The lloor of the most popular apartment of this hostelry was covered wnn a neat mosaic ui cigar tumps and antiquated tobacco (puds, Inch had lallen short ol the spittoons, and moistened with a melange of saliva, heel-taps and Democratic perspiration, that ran in ininature Niagaras from tho stalwart bodies of the assembled patri ots. Many perspiring hands brought kcTclucls to perspiring brows, and cs- iived to wipe away the rapidly exuding whiskey and water straight, as lor tho drinks taken, the numner is past computation, as our reporter could not remember his school-boy calculations in octillions, nonillions, and dccillions. The wiry figure of Cant. Rynders was visible in the assemblage at the Chanler, uul hut voice rolled in mellifluous ac cents from his long-tried and internally polished throat. "I have given my ticket to a stranger," said the geniie Japtain. " and stay outside mysell, but there the New Yorkers are all crowding inside. I iiope they will get kicked out or roasted if they haven't the decency to make way lor men who have come thousands of miles." AI'PUOAC'HIXCl Tin; POOH. Under the Hag thatstrctches from the four sides of the evergreen arch of triumph in front of Tammany, the crowd became more dense, as if it smelt tho battle alar oil, and desired to tie there But here the policemen with their blue coats and hickory clubs formed a sort!of miniated chevaux de rise that was as impassable to an ordinary mortal as the Camden and Ainuoy Jtauway. A good many persons sought the en trance of Dan Bryant's theatre and were proceeding in lull commence until stop pen uy the miormation inattne L-onven- tion was not inside. There is a rumor that at the matinee perlornianne on Saturday the theatre was filled early, a largo part ol tho audience consisting oi verdant Democrats lrom the rural dis tricts who supposed I hey were paying to get into the Convention, and were get ting in. boino ol them discovered their mistake on entering, and others when the curtain rose and exhibited the hewes of the cork opera in their professional characters. One patriot from Vermont, where theatres, circuses and oilier de moralizing shows are forbidden by law, innocently supposed he was in tho con vention andthat the'darkey in the centre with the bones and dancing clogs was the Hon. August Belmont calling the isseniblage to order. WAITING TO IllXJIN. The public took places whore vcr it could find them, and before tho Conven tion came to order tho seats began to slop over and leave a good many men standing. Two or three climbed the lad der that leads into tho upper attic and perched where they could survey tho greater part of the assembled multitude ; others wedged into tho windows and endeavored to keep cool, and others sought the aisles and stood where they could have their toes trodden by men of all weights, from one hundred to three. Fair women were in a minority, though less so than on i-aturday, and there will probably be more of them there to-day. Palm leaf fans wero abundant, and waved so numerously in the hands of delegates, journalists, and spectators uiai one iiiigni navo uiuuiit uiu rn tional Democratic Convention wan pre pared to imitato tho Syrian custom and strew the path of Mr. Pendleton, or any other man, with leaves of the tree that is everywhere the symbol oi peace. 1 1 has been currently reported lor seve ral days past that tho Pendleton men are working with their coats oil. ll all the men with their coats on on Saturday bolonged to tho Pendleton faction, the gentlemen from Ohio had a clear two-thirds among the spectators and a fair show witli the journalists. It may bo that his chances lor tho nomi nation have diminished in just the proportion that the number of shirt- sleevcd individuals decreased, and if so, liixalimv wiih lirettv small vosterdav. Tho delegated, influenced no doubt by the example of tho Chairman and tho other distinguished gentlemen on the platform, remained insido their coats, though a fow of them unbuttoned their vests and removed their shirt col lars. The court costtimo of the Mar quesas Islands which consists, by tho way, ol a necklace aim a pair oi ear rings would havo been eminently coin fortablo in tho Tammany assemblage and thero is no doubt that it would havo made tho scono a picturcsriuc one. Not withstanding tho removal of coats and tjio vigorous uso of fans, there was a great deal of PiDspiration, which- somo overllowod tho boots of tho viutims and woro deep ohannols along their sides. Many a noble delegato, who, no doubt, stood wen with nisconwiuuenuy, appeared utterly starchless. suggesting that ho had just como from a shower bath, which ho had taken with his clothes on for greater comfort. Many a nosp, which at homo might havosorveu as the rallying centre of a Good Temp lar's lodge, because of a booty red under tlio influence ol the heat, and nosslhlv of something stimulating at one of the hotels, or the headquarters over the wnv. llv nnd bv tln Klnkir'u irnviil called to'order, and the buzzing of voi ces, which had sounded like a wind whistling through a dry forest, became iiusiied, and the great crowd n tho building turned faces and attention to the platlorin, which had become the centre of attraction. PENDLETON ESl'OltT. The body. .'!50 strong left Masonic Hall yesterday morning about !) o'clock, and proceeded in inillitary style to tho Fifth Avenue Hotel. hn route they passed Tammany Hall, where they halted and gave three rousing cheers for tho Con vention, and three more supplemental, with a tiger, lor George 11. Pendleton. rhcy inarched up Irving place, and when passing Irving Hall exchanged cheering courtesies with the escorts of the Pennsylvania delegation. The next cheering place was the Moll'at Mansion, where the soldiers and sailors were com plimented by the loud and lusty throats ol the r.scoit. Yv hen the v nth avenue was leached cheers for Ohio, Pendleton, xc, were delivered, and the Uhio dele gation marched with the Escort to Tain- many Hall, the baud playing and the kiscort encoring as the delegation filled Into the hall. In the evening the escort was addressed bv several Uhio gentle men. The Escort was slightly put out last evening by the determination ol the Ohio delegates to dispense with their services as a convoy, and to rido in car riages to and from Tammany Hall. It was too much for human nature to en dure. These gentlemen came all tho way from Cincinnati for what'.1 To be snubbed in New York by fellow-Buck eyes, who would, none ol them. A more grave source ol uneasiness was the lact that their exchequer was getting grad ually small, and, as a consequence, their allowance ol whiskey was growing beautilully less. This is vexatious in hot weather, when cheering dries up man's throat, and there is no liquor to breed additional enthusiasm. Twenty dollars a man was tho amount paid tho Escort lor shouting lor Ueorge It. f 'en dletou, and the following average ex expenditure of each of the martyrs leaves but a small balance : drinks daily, for four days, at loccach, ii papers chewing tobacco daily, for each time, 10c each. 10 cigars daily, for four days, at 10c each, Bootblacks daily, same time, Barbers' fees, same time, 1 copy of tho La Crosse Demo crat, daily, four days, fie each, Expenses of board and lodging, Slfi 00 SO 4 00 00 00 20 00 Total, $20 00 Balance, 03 and a satchel which each of these Wes tern carpot-baggars brought with them, but which they may be constrained to leave at their " Uncle's" before they take their departure for the prairies. THK MANHATTAN Sl'ItKAI). The Manhattan Club put in its best appearance and was arrayed in all its glory last evening. An array of pow dered, whitcchokered lackeys guarded the door and collared strangers until they showed their "tickets for soun when they were allowed to pass into the marble halls, where the aristocratic Democracy takes its Widow Climiot, smokes its cigars, and concocts plans for the uovernment oi tho Ktate. f or two days servants have been busy polishing plate, icing champagne, and making general preparations lor the great Alaiv hattan spread, lo which ail the Union from Coney Island to California, and from St. Albans to Mexico, -wore invi ted. The delegates began to arrive about nine o'clock. Few of them had brought their swallow-tailed coals, so more was a wide gun uetweon the cor rcct full dress of the club and the plain, blunt garb of many Western men, who never uonncu a swaiiow-iaii m then- lives, and arc entirely innocent of the mode Manhattan cse. Tho elite of the Metropolitan Domoc racy however, overlooked all these little shortcomings of their rural friends, for they brought the delegates there not be cause they loved them, but they longed for their votes. An untold amount of electioneering was done when tho srenerous wine, which flowed like water had unloosened the caution and the tongues of the guests. Undoubtdly the voting ol to-day was inlluonced In particular direction last evening, and none can tell how tho destinies of tho country hung on that famous Manhat tan "spread." Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. This rcmeily ha lony been cherished by the community, lor its reniarualilu ellicacy m ro- lievin;;, healing ami euiiny tho. most obstinate, painful nmlloiiK-htamling canes oi' cough, colli inlhiuiixa, noro throat, bronchitis, whooping cough, ci'uitp,abthma, iuilammation of tho lungs ; while oven consumption itKclf has yielded to its magic inlluenco when nil other means havo failed., Its lyholo history proves that tho past has produced no remedy of equal value, aH n euro for tho numerous and dangerous pulmonary af fections which prevail all over tho land. Letter frorn Elder H- L, G-ilman a Mi.sibTEn or Tin: uosria, iti vmpioni. Gi.ovmi, Vt., Juno 20, 1850. .Messrs. 13. W. FowloA .Son. tients : I herein certify that I havo been troubled for several years with a diuiculty of tho neuri uuu iiuigs, niw o appueu to several pnysic ians for help, and havo tried almost overvremo dy of tho numerous ones that havo been reconv mended, without receiving any assistance, but Had been growing weaker nnd wcnUer, until, liparing uf Wear's halsaii) of Wild Cherry about diato relief. Xt lias not only restored my lungi to a sound state, but 1 am entirely relieved of tho dillleulty or diaeabo of tho heart, f havo no hchjtation in saying that it is tho best lung modi cine bei'oio Hid imblip. and 1 chcorfullv and con hoientiously recommend it to all persons miIVit ini: with pulmonary complaints. 21'.)-tw. If. h. OILMAN, rrepared by Hcth W. FimloA Son, 18 Ticmont St., hoston, and for salo by Druggists generally. Grace's Celebrated Salvo. Amksbuiw, Mass., Oct. lath, 18(18. Mr. Grace .Having been nll'eetod gricvoubly for several weeks with n sovero abcess upon my sjdo, f used Muvpral romedjeH jpr jtfl predication without receiving any reliuf, untjl I npplied vour salvo, which ell'ected n- bpcedy euro. 1 thcroforo feel happy to certify my coiiildenco ju its virtues', Ttouru with respept, JAMES UKAN. I certify to tho truthfulness of tho above Htato. laont. II. 8. Dea-iooux, M. D. Both W. l'owlo i Hon, Boston, Proprietors. Sold by all Druggists, at 25 centa a box. By mail 35couts, 210-lw, SPE0IALN0TI0E, "VTTK v (mid nivo this notice lo our former fiiends ntnl patrons, tlint on nnd nftcr the lt ilny i.r. r, i no, lsi.w, we shall hi-11 our kooiIh for STRICTLY CASH AND ONE PRICE !!! 1 In villi' 1i.nl Hllllli'lunl nvniM li.nn.. In llin kikiIII svstcni nr doing business, wo havo concluded to make a i'haiic;c, and try tin- Cash Nstem be lieving tlint uo onn sell our (,'oods cheaper bv itiiiijiuu niii-u ii kiii iviumiiu u uineiiy in m. Allium, wo are lU'torminoil to ii-y tho plan. Wo hac on liainl u hirfje Murk of READY MADE CLOTHING- AND Furnishing Goods, Which under this plan we will ae;rec to sell 1 lii i- i i nl lost than any other linn in town that tin business on tin1 iTeilit MVbti'in. Take notice ami govern Yourself ncum-illiifpv. SMITH & FOSTER, IN" O . 2 , DA ZIHOW BLOCK, wi!173m Kt. Alljnr.!, Vt. il7-lm LOOK TO YOTJK INTEREST, Phoenix Mutual LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY oi-' HAim-oni;, coxx. ITS ASSETS ARE NEARLY $8,000,000. ANNUM, lSCUMi:, NEARLY TWO MILLIONS, AND CONhTANTI.Y INCUIUSINU. Annual Dividends, o() IVr Cent. All its l'olicios aro Non-Forfeiting 1 No re striction on Travel, Location or Knijiloyment 1 Dividends upon the full Premiums paid on all its Tables ! Notes taken il desired for half of the Premium tor tho lirst four years, anil in case of death, they are paid by the-Dividonds and given up and not deducted from tho Policy, and The Full Amount of Insurance is Paid. It has paid in losses to its Policy Holders over S.-00,00, and has never contested a claim during the 17 years of its existence. No extra Premiums charged for insur ing. Females, Railroad Employees or Seamen A Policy in tho Pjiu:nix is pioperly called a Wholu World Policy. It permits tho insured to travel or loside at will anywhere in tho United States or Kuropo, at any Miasou of tho year, without extra charge. NELSON H. ARIY1INGTON, Agent, For Fianldin, Orand Isle and Lamoillo counties. C. L. DAliCOOIC, Stato Agent, (122A.w220-tf Kutlaud, Vt. j-EW FJll.M Mi ( TIT, COXIUJCTIOXJJJl V, AND TOBACCO STORE, Wholesale and Retail ! ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED - AT ciry WHOLESALE PRXCES. I.AIiai: AKSOJITMIINT OF MERES CHAUM PIPES; i:vi:uv 1'ii'U vahuanti:d, Fruit's oi ail kinds in llu 'iv Scasoih OltANOES, LEMONS, PINEAPPLES, BANANAS, STltAWBEHltlES, APPLES, AC, AC, AO, Largest Assortment of Confec tionery in the State. Ciousacall. Bank Street, St. Albans, Vt. dl-tf H. L. SAMSON A CO. COLUMBUS, CTHHScelobrattcd trotting ntallion will servo X marcs tho present seabon at E, H, BEAL'S STABLES! Bakersfield, Vt. Columbus is so well known in Frankln Coun ty that it is hardly necessary to say a ward of his valuo to farmers who wish q riiisp valuable Coltq wero as universally known as trotters; Ho Colts stand vcty high in Now York. Ho was ao knowledged to bo tho best 'Stallion, and took tho lirst premium as such, at tho West chehter Comity Fair. At tho roipicst of many of tho most prominent men of Franklin County Vt., ins present owner consented to kt him and tho present season for Mares. In order to givo cntiro satisfaction to all of tho many friends of tho horso, tho price has been fixed low. Tho average height of his colts is from 15 to 10 hands high, and weight from fO to 1,200 lbs. 215-tf ELIAKIM F. FULLElt. Bones ! Bones ! Q'l A Afl I'1,s- iKmfa'lit of boys in St. Albans fjlUUU in tho mouth of Juno. 2,000.000 lbs. wanted in July. tho boys of Franklin County send In tho old bones and got tho oash. M'GOWAN A CO. St. Albans, July 1, 1807. 223.I1W. a CHUNKS OF ALL KINDS j TRAVELLING . Dags of all kinds, at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S, DEWEY, NOBLE & CO'S INSURANCE AGENCY. ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY OF HAllTFOUI), CONN.. CWIMT.VI. AM) Simi'l.tts, $l,S:i!,,',i:!;ill, HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YOltK. CAPITAL A.'l himpLllH, &:i,(Vi.'I S, HARTFORD FIRE INS. COMPANY OF HAliTFOlll), CONN., CAPITA I. A X II SURPLUS, S'J,IHM),OOI) 111). INS. COMPANY NORTH AMERICA OF PHILADELPHIA, CAPITAL A.VI) Sl'IlPLUS, i'4,t(l(),0IM DO. NJACARA F1J1E INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YOltK, CAPITAL AMI SURPLUS, $1,500,(101) 00. SECURITY INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YOltK, CAPITAL AM) SURPLUS, S1,-1? ,) ? Vi. LOR ILL A RD Fl RE INS. COMPANY' OF NEW YOltK, CAPITAL ,VX1) SURPLUS, $1,; r.00,000 00. NORTH AMERICAN FIRE IN. CO. OF NEW YOltK, CAJ'ITAL AS!) SUIil'J.US, $7.TJ,UU0 00. CORN EXOIIANCF INS. COMPANY OF NEW YOltK, CAPITAL AXI SL'ltl'LUfi, SjuO.OUO 00 NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO. OF irAUTFOltl), CONN., VITA L AuXI) SVlil'L US, fSOO.OOO 10. KOGER WIIjIjIAMS INS. COMP'Y OF PltOYIDENOE, ft. L, CAPITAL AXJl HUltl'LUS, 2(ll,:i.-i8 81. GLENS FALLS INSURANCE CO. OF OLKNtf FALLS, N. Y CAPITAL AX1 SU11PLUS, f21B,.12'.) 18. Fire and Marino liihuianeo tinVcletl at this Agen cy in any of tho above null known Companies. Life Jnsm-aiwc. THE MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YOltK, Tho Oldest and Largest Mutual Insurance Com pany in tho United States. CAPITAL AM) ASSETS, J23,CO0,O00 00. Life and Accident Jiisnranca Either separately or combined, at the lowest rates of Premium in tho TRAVELLER'S INSURANCE CO. OF HAUTFOIU), CONN., CA PITA L AMI ASSKTX, Jl.000,000 00. All losses promptly attended to and settled at this Agency. Lunje Security, Fair J'rojitti, and Prompt Payment. Insurance to any amount effected on tho most satisfactory tonus. DEWEY, NOI1LE A CO. Oillco corner Lake ami Main St., St. Albans, Vermoiiti jd-tf NEW Opposite Stmo of Hnxc A Place in buildimr former ly occupied by H. H. A 1 . A . 1 1 e d a r d . L ' lies wil Mind hex; a complete and choice a.is.u l- !; i ! 'VU'-V "l'-v ,",,,,, ' received frolil market, such as Laces, Fringes all colors. Edgings, Insertions. Muslins, Lawns, Collars, Culls Veils, Fans, a rich lot. Vnlcncienes and Thread Lace Collars. A nico lino of French Cambrics and Fancy Lawns. A new Kid Oline which surpasses anv. thing yet brought into this market, al wr. ranted. All of which will he m.ld at nasonahlo prices. Ladies will tlml il to th. ir advantage to call and examine fur tliemsclvis. Dress and (liMlv making in ull it varieties under tho skilllul supervision of Miss Ellon Moore, long and favorably known to tho iuhab I tants of this village and vieinitv. Agent for WILCOX A OfllU'S tWing Machines. i-'1-'1 L. P. KiMiTox. THK ST. ALBANS liUFOADlj IUNU Are picpareil lo furnish music for FIREMEN nnd MILITARY PARADES, PICNICM, EXCURSIONS, DANCES, And on other occasions wheie Hand and String ,V JUII I'll. Orders addressed to GEORCKG B. KINSLEY, Ol! Ill W . H . SMITH, At (lieTreinimt House, will receive prompt at tentioii. dl-tf SA DDL :!()', !AU1!IAG1' VXD BUILDING- HARDWARE W',, 1....... 1 j i i . . , iriiiwlu ol iiviivv Iu.t-' i.l ll... i i; i. tiiitiiv tut' iui i;L-ni ill III i it -mi lissill it'll MIMl'K (I ,tJ v. t i , ui.rv,k lllllii I. Ill lip ltlMI! r. 11 :'" ' t'i-;v;uira iui i t' nil izi'ti LEATinm mirrrxa Of all sizes on luiml U. ,,iV..i-n .,,,,1 ..,.. plete r.hMirtmont of 1 . 1r t r i . . . hi iv i, ..it. ill rn jt i nit i I .t i lit I ll ll ...... I... .11 ! superior i.iuelo ol Ualc ami Hemlock Harne Leather, Patent Collar and llusset, drain a Split Kkntiii(.: and Winker. Hard and soft l)a u am Dash j-mnameleil Uil Top and r; .' il V ? 1 1 1 1 'ii i i.i a rii jr r.i 7 ALSO CAKPETIXG AND OIL CLOTH Which wo oiler at a low cash lixure. McOOWAN A BltOWN, .7. rnoriiixoHAjr ji'oowax, ) St. Albans, Vt. (iKouiir. v. iutowx. 1 dl-tf VSCTOR .MWOOD, wnoi.r.sAi.i: and lii-.TAii, hi:ai.i:u in llChV, HTKKL, GLASS, NAILS, OIL, l' A I NTS, AUKIUULIUKAL IMPLtMLNT S I'iJ'J DS MECHANICS TOOLS, SHELF HARDWARE AND CARRIAGE MAKERS STOO St. AlbaiiH, May U 18fUS. HAIR RESTORATIVE Wt drcldcd Ijv tho X. II. Htato Ialr nntl la now conceded Ijv tho tmblio to be 1 1 mo very uoi l rcnaranou ior union Dg i urny or uucn uairio ii original coiorj j kinori Rim nunuruti, ami iur urcising "j: fro in itolionou tlrutf't doe uotA5y4 CSjJjS. lcftMl Iho bcalp CLKAN, limn ii" m-n lUUl.t, uuu X.-s. JT. I'JTS1 Witt nair KicH.ftUU J. R, BARRETT & CO., Proprietor, MAKCiiuaTmi, v. IT. Sold.by all Druggists. ASAHEI S. HYDB. UEALIUI IN ALL KINDS 01' First Class Groceries ! WAHltOW ULOCIC, ST. ALUANS, VT. Cousistiiif,' in part of Flour, Fork, FMt, Sugar, Teas, Eemoved. D bt. Albaue, Yt, May. 2, 18CC