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VWUMCHSTT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, SKPTTWB KIR 11, 18GS.
case Is upon you. "Why should you live with such a brute?" "Hush, Moses, speak notso,' answer ed the wife, keeping hack the tears, " I will not leave him now. But he will soon leave me. He cannot live much longer," Atthatmoinenl Daniel Brynn entered the apartment. Ev n Mo-es Felton was startled by his appearance. Ho looked like a wanderer from the tomb. He had IiIb hat on and IiIh Julc in his hand. "All, Mosch, how are ye?" lie gasped, for he could not speak plainly. The visitor looked at him for a few momenta in silence. Then as Ids foa turcs n.. "iimcd a cold, stem expression, he said in a calm, but strongly emphasi zed tone : 'Daniel ilryan, 1 have been your next best friend but one. My sister is an angel but mated ton demon'. I have loved you, Daniel, as J never loved be fore, for you were noble, generous and kind, but I hato you now, for you are a perfect devil incarnate. Look at that woman. She in my sister the only sis ter God ever gave me. 1 wish her to live with me. but she will not while you live ; but when you die she will come to me. Thus do 1 pray that God will soon give her joys to my keeping. 2sov, Daniel, t do sincerely pray that the llrst Intelligence wiich readies me from my native place after I shall have reached my home, may be that voti arc dead!" Bryan gazed on the speaker some mo ments without speaking. " Moses," lie at length said, " you are not in earnest." "As true as Heaven, Daniel, I am. "When I know that you are dead J shall be happy, and not until then so go on. Fill your jug and" " Stop, stop, Moses. lean reform." "You cannot. It is beyond your pow er. You have had inducements enough enough to reform all the sinners of creation and yet you arc now lower than ever before. Go and die, sir, as soon as you can, for the moment that sees you thus shall see mourners free !" Bryan's eyes flashed, and lie drew himself proudly up. "Go," lie said, with a tinge of thatold, powerful sarcasm that had often electri fied a jury. "Go to Ohio, and I will send you news. Go, sir, and watcli the post." With these words Daniel Bryan hurl ed his jug into the fire-place, and while yet its thousand pieces were Hying over the iloor, he strode from the house. Mary fell fainting to the floor. Moses bore her to a bed, and then, having call ed in a noighbor, he hurried away, for the stage was waiting. For n month, Daniel Bryan hovered over tlio brink of the grave, Jmt lie did not die. "One clll of brandy will save vou," said the doctor, who saw that the ab rupt removal of all stimulants from a system that, for long years, had subsist ed almost on notning else, was nearly sure to prove fatal. " You can surely tauc a gin and taue no more." Ay," gasped tne poor man, " take a gill and break my oatli ! Moses Felton shall never hear that brandy or rum ever killed mo ! If the want of it kill mo then let me die i But I won't die ! I'll live live till Moses Felton shall eat his words 1 He did live. An iron will conquered tno messenger dcatn nadsent, and Dan iel Brynn lived. For one month he could not evon walk without help joyful, nrayerlul help. Mary helped him. A year passed away, and Moses Felton returned to Vermont. He entered the Court House at Burlington, and Daniel Bryal Aas on the floor pleading for a young man who was indited for forgery Felton started with surprise. Never lie fore had Bryan looked so noble and com manding, and never before had such tor rents of eloquence poured from his hps. The caso was iriven to the jury and the youth was acquitted. The successful counsel turned from the court room and met Moses Felton. They shook hands but did not speak When tney reached a-spot where no others could hear thein, Bryan stop ped "Moses," he said, " do you rcmeni her the words you spoke to me a year agov "I do, Daniel." "Will you take them back? Unsay them now and forever'."' "Yes with all my heart." "Then I am in part repaid." "And what must be the remainder of tho payment?" asked Moses. "I must die an honest, unperjured man ! Tho oatli that has bound me thus far was made for life." That evening Mary Bryan was tho happiest of the happy. No allusion was made in words to the strange scene of one year before, but Moses could read in both the countenance ot his sister and her husband, the dec) gratitude they aid not speait. And Daniel Bryan yet lives, one of the most honored men of Vermont. Five times has ho sat in the State Legisla ture ; thrico in tho Senate, and once in tho National Congress ; and lie is yet a noblo man, and an ornament to society, declining all oilers of public olllco, from the fact that his profession is more lu crative, while plenty of others wantthe oinces which he cares not lor. Gueat Old Aoi:. A French convict was condemned for crime at eighteen years, in the year i7'i, to sutler impris onment for tho term of 100 years. The convict served his time, was discharged travelled on foot to Lyons, and laid claim to an estate that belonged to him and in settlement therefor ho received the sum of 4,500. Among other inter estlng cases was that ot Donald MeDon tun, wno, at the ago ot IU7 years was sent to tho house of correction for disor derly conduct, and afterwards, at the ago ot iiS7,eamo to a pormature death, by tailing down stairs. Another caso was mentioned, of a Russian, who lived to the great age of 108 years ; ho married for tho third time at tho age of 03, and uvea in au ot tno enjoyments ot matrl monial bliss with his wife for a period of lllty years ! Another caso is mentioned of a man who. at tho ago of GO, testili ed in court to an event that took place 1-10 years belore. A facetious gentleman named Hunt of Williamsburgh, Mass., dining upon a tough fowl in a Boston hotel, asked tho landlany where tho fowl camo from "From Williamsburgh." 'Impossible, said Mr. mint, "lor the town hasu boon incorporated over forty years." Vermont Daily Transcript. ST. ALBANS, VT. Fill HAY SCPTKMlll'U 11, 1808. Republican Nominations FOR ltn.SlDKNT, ULYSSKS S. GRANT. Foil Vlfi: l'HKStDKNT, SOHUYLRR CO.1 ,FAX. VUHMONT. For Merloni al Large (iKounr. V. fliiASiir.v, of Yci-geniies; II. Faiuiiaskb, ol St. .lolinsbury. For Flrclur -Third District Ououoi: Wil.- ;ins, nl Mow. The, State Fair, P1HST DAY. BunwNOTON, Tuesday livening, September 8, 1S03. J Tho State Fair is auspiciously opened. riie day lias been all that could lie ask ed, both from a weather and a business stand point. The line rain of yester- iay lias laid the dust, purified tho air, and assured everybody that, onco clear ed up, tho weather may be counted on as favorable. Very considerable addi tions have been made to the animal de partmcnts since wo left the grounds last evening, the " Halls" were entirely un occupied, but to-night they are well filled. Among tho arrivals of animals is the line herd. or. more properly, the three herds, of Carlos Pierce, of Stan- stead, P. Q. First in the list is tho fat, shorthorn grade ox, Gen. Grant, weigh ing 5,090 pounds. Then follow live thorough-bred short-horn bulls, seven thorough-bred and onogradc short-horn cows, two years old, and one yeaning heifer and six calves, all thorough-bred This stock is all of the " Princess " and "Bates" families, noted for their milk ing qualities. His contribution of Dutch or Holstein cattle consists of ono three years old bull, one cow, and two heifers. This ho believes to bo "the coming stock," and lie is now making a consid erable importation ol them. In Jerseys ho is doing something, andexhibits hero a fine bull, a cow, and two calves. L. S. Wright, of Woybridge, exhibits quite a herd of short-horns, evidently of the beef families. No particulars in re gard to them could be obtained. Slicdd and VanSicklyn, of Burling ton, got their much-praised herd upon the grounds at so late an hour that wo wore unable to inspect them, and we re serve them for future notice. L. S. Drew, of S. Burlington, exhibits an Ayrshire calf which is the admira tion of everybody. Wo wore amused to seethe eyes of the "old fogies" stick out as he was led upon the ground. Wo happened to bo standing with several of the leading short-horn men of the State as lie passed them, in praising him. He is the only Ayrshire on tho ground. A gentleman quite largely interested in that breed told a friend in our hearing last evening that the classification of breeds in the premium list is such as to debar them from exhibition on terms of equality with other breeds, and they de clinc to show. Of working oxen there is quite a dis play, but wo have not had time to lool them up. Orris Ballard, of Georgia, has a pair, and also some horses on cxlnbi tion, which is the extent of the Frank lin County contributions so far as wo have been able to learn. The sheep show promises to be good but they como in slowly, several lots having arrived just as we were leaving tho ground. Mechanic's Hall promises now to sur pass any tiling in tho past, and we do not recollect having seen a better dis play in Floral Hall. The contributions from our County are very meagre and by no means creditable to the County The St. Albans, Franklin, Co., shows a Mowing Machine, a gentleman from Swanton u new Horse Ruke, O. C. Wait of Georgia some early Rose Potatoes, and there are some few contributions in Floral Hall. To-morrow and Thursday will bo the great days of tho Fair, and wo expect to sco a rush of people. Tho Horse dis play will commence to-morrow and for four days we may expect all else to stand in abeyance to a considerable ex tent. Tastes differ and wo arc willing that all should be gratified heneo wo witliold comments. SKCON'I) DAY. BuJthixcrroN, Wednesday Evening, September 0, 1808. Tho day opened unauspicious, and bun drcds who designed attending were pro vented by tho rain. There have been however, very considerable accessions to tho exhibition since wo left tho grounds yesterday. Shedd and VnnSieklyn short-horn herd is worthy of especial mention. There la also quite a show of Ayrshires, L. D. Roberts, of Fairfax contributing a two years old bull and three yearling heifers. Wm. G. Bellows of Fairfax a cow, two calves, and yearling bull. D. S. Cleveland of Frank lin a cow and a yearling bull. Carml Osgood, of Westford a yearling bull and a yearling heifer. Peter Lcclalr, of Wlnooski a bull and a heifer. Among new arrivals of sheep, we notice a fine contribution by Mr. M. D. Abbott, or Fairfax, and several from Chittenden and Addison Counties, prominent among which is that of Mr. Frank Bar ton, of Walthain, a Hock bred by Wm. R. Sanford, of Orwell. Where there tire so many line animals it is very dltlleult discriminating among them, and the wonder to us is how, in the loose way they do business in our 'airs, Committees can arrive at any just conclusions in regard to the award of premiums. Tho New York Slate Agri cultural Society have adopted a series of scales of "points of excellence " for udging animals, and each Committee is furnished a clerk who registers the de- ision of the judges upon each of the 'points," and when the animals in com petition shall have been examined, the olunins of "points" are footed up, and the animal having the greatest aggre gate of points is entitled to the award. One of the attractions of the morning was the entry upon the grounds of tho VanAmburgli Menagerie. The pageant was very imposing, anil, notwithstand ing the rain, which was falling quite heavily at tho time, the streets were full. Our young folks all "went in," but wo were obliged to deny our.-elf tho pleasure ot so doing. They pronounce it " no humbug," which, at this time may be considered most positive prai.se. The afternoon was fair, and the at tendance all that could be hoped for. Contributions were offered in every department, but were most numerous in the halls. TJIIItD DAY. BuHiiiNdTON, Thursday Evening, September 10, 1S08. This is the yrcat day of the Fair. Committees make their examinations, tho address is delivered, and, all other things being favorable, tho attendance of visitors is usually double that of any oilier day. The morning was murky, hot, and foreboding, but tho day, al though at no time bright, yet almost oppressively hot, was, on the whole, quite acceptable and well improved by tho sight-seeing portion of our people. We do not venture to estimate tin number present, but wo heard it osti mated by others as high as twenty thou and. Hon. John A. Griswold, the next Governor of Now York State, said that if he was asked, when he got home, what ho saw m Vermont, ho could at least say that he saw the people of Ver mont. o do not believe in coyping after my body in particular and a servile im itation in any department we as heart ily condemn as any body can but wo do nevertheless believe that it is possible to "go it alone" to our own hurt some times. That an organization of tho character of our State Agricultural So ciety should oiler premiums on tho rough bred cattle and then repudiate the only acknowledged test of purity looks to an outsider like tho .sheerest puerility. It is quite on a par with feed ing sugar plums to a crying child when you know past a peradventuro that you are doing the child irroparible injury We believe the public sentiment re quires that no "premium be awarded to my animal in breeding classes tliat can not show a verified pedigree, and wo be neve mat our society is the only ono that has ever lowered tho standard. Tho society on tho other hand has honored itself in securing a very able committee on that class of cattle, most allbctcd by the waving of tho pedigree rule (' the Shorthorns) the chairman of which is M. H. Cochrane, Esq., of Coinpton, P Q. tho leading Shorthorn breeder of Ca nada. Another departure from established usagOjin deference to an obscure wording of the proiniunio list, gave considerable dissatisfaction and one herd, that of Messrs. Winslows of Putney, was with drawn from coinpetotion for herd pre mium in consequence. But tho world still moves, and tho motive power is the people, and when the people come forward and do thci duty to the society, they will find it ev or ready to respond. Vermont is almost tho only Stato in tho Union in which tho State docs absolutely nothing for the advancement of its own dearest and most vital interest, and tho people should notj be to exacting of a society that has grown despite their neglect rather than by their encouragement, to bo ono of the most instructive of all our public institutions, for whatovor may bo tho effect upon the individual contribu tors to tho show, tho educating influ ence is immense, and, in the main, in tho right direction. Up to this time nono of tho nioro im portant of the committees have reported though most would have been returned ero this but for tho universal desire to hear tho address. Wo hope to bo able to forward tho list of'awards comploto to-morrow morn ing. O. S. B. A correspondent writes from 15111s- villo, Florl ida : "Wo are all gloomy tho caterpillars are sweeping out tho cotton crons in East Florida irenornllv. Anrll planted cotton will not more than aver ago ono bale to ton acres ; March plant ed, ono to five." New York Correspondence, Ni:w Yotuc, Sept. 9, 1S0S. Now that the glorious sunshine and skies and breezes, kv,t of September are fully come, tho town puts on a livelier look. The summer wanderers are re turning, and their presence hero, com ing as they do with the bright tints of tho woods and meadows, adds vastly to the sprightly look of the principal iroineimdes. Gay Broadway, especially, bright with all the colors of the An num. fc?o blooming with beauty and fashion that it is a kind of luxury to walk that magnificent slreetona sunny fternoon. It is a wonderful street, that Broadway, and particularly now, in tho arly llusli of tho Fall fashions, and don't wo New Yorkers feel proud of It, though? There are any number of women and men who would rather loose their din ners than loose their walk in the after noon on the West side of the great prom enade street. We speak paiticularly of Broadway, because Broadway is Now York, and the civ and freshened look of the street shows that tho city lias fill passed from tho somewhat sleepy moods of the Summer. Wo have not had time to ascertain if these watering-place people bring back my alarming quantity of tho Grecian beard and others of the ridiculous fash ions which have so stirred up the laughter of common sense people during the Summer. We presume they do, however; for this matter of fashions is worse than the measles in running its course. A woman men do nor nave the Grecian beard, do they? a woman once taken with a severe attack of the Grecian beard can hardly get through with tho nonsense of tho thing in one i ti.ii... season, homo narsn tilings migiit ue said oflliis Grecian busincss,it is so con summately, so ridiculously and stupidly sillv but there, pshaw! what would be the good? What excellent wives and mothers these women will make, who arc liable to periodic attacks of the Gre cian beard ! Bah ! Wo, of course, ought not to write this paragraph, but some how the pen will wag in just this same way, lor only a lew hours ago we saw, O! such a representation of this most incomprehensible of fashions ! The perfect silliness of some of tho watering-place journalists is shown by tho report that a young lady up town who lias just returned from Saratoga, haseighteen newspapers containing des- orintions of her different toilets at tho " hops." The utter bosh of all this Jen konsisn during the past season, afflict ed some of our best journals. Evon the dignified 'Tribune, describing the toilets of ever so manv Flora McFlimscys. hi the name of common sense we would like to know who in the world cares a fig or a rush for what was worn at a hop by Miss somebody whom nobody over heard of? Possibly, however, it is all of vast importance. Wo wish some ono would point out the importance to us Until this is done wo doubtless shall in sist on declaring that the long, sweeping pole of journalism ought not to be do voted to the knocking off of such small persimmons, Fashions are rattling along at such a rapid rate that already wo have pub lished hero, long descriptions of tho Oc tobcr styles. You will not expect us to wade through them all and give them tovour readers, for you may remember that wo have not renounced our bachel orhood, consequently are not given to the study of fashions and couldn't mas tor them if wo tried. We only know that the bonnets are to be fully of the size of an ordinary thumb nail. As for chignons, wo don't know yet whether they are to bo twice or thrico the size of the head, or whether they arc lobe worn on the neck, or on tho top of tho head, or carried in a basket. And as for tho rest of the fashions, wo must confess something of our ignorance, however deplorable. Everybody is plunging Heels over head into politics. "Mad as a March hare " don't begin to describe tho condi tion of these dreadful politicians. Don't como here now if you have tho slightest predisposition to insanity. The politi cal madness is wonderfully catching If I should take all day for it, I should hardly begin to tell you of our political doings bur mass meetings, our speech making, our processions, our clubs, and drums and fifes. "O that night or BIu cher would come." VidcWcllington'a speeches. And so, many a brain-rack- od man hero feels like saying : "O that these spouting politicians would dry up, or that November would come!" Tho "Wickedest Man in New York ' you have heard all about him. Ho has boon about as much talked of as if ho had been a Presidential candidate Somo affect to doubt ills reformation In regard to this wo would simply give tho following from the Tribune : " Tho Wickedest Man " has at last boon con verted. At tho prayer-meeting, yester day, ho said that God had forgiven his sins, and that henceforth he should load tho life of a Christian man. It was ro norted that "Shanghai " Iladdon, " So- joo" Brown, and "Kit" Burns had offered tho uso of their rooms for prayer meetings. A religious meeting in Mr. Burns' dog-pit would indeed bo remark able. Tho religious tiro lighted in John Allen's AVater Street danco-houso bids fair to become a roaring fiamo and spread over tho land. Tho coming winter will evidently bo a season of intense religious oxciteinont. There, that's what the IWiijincsays editorially. Louisa Lewis, aged '2o years, was ar rested on Monday night for being drunk nnd disorderly In tho street. She was committed to the Spring Street Police Station, and yesterday niorningshe was found dead on the floor of tho cell. A postmortem examination showed that tho internal organs were much diseased the result of dissipation. Tho physi cians were of opinion that death was caused by disease of the kidneys. Dur ing the Inquest, it transpired that the real name of the woman was Adalino Peck, and that her parents and many of her other relations in this city wore wealthy. Several years ago, she was married to a wealthy merchant. Tho marriage was an unhappy one; the hus band procured a divorce, and tho wife entered evil paths. Since the death of her father, her mother had refused to recognize her. During the past two years she was very dissipated, often suf fering; from delirium tremens, and being periodically arrested by tho police for disorderly conduct. O, the strange sto ries of broken hearts through all the great city. But little change in general trade which is at all noteworthy. W Xews anil Miscellaneous Jtems. Gov. Curtin thinks that Pennsylva nia will give GranUi heavier majority than was ever before east for aPresidon tial candidate, and that Seymour will not got a single Northern State if the tide keeps on rising. J le believes the vole ol Vermont will be tho key-note of the final result. Ln a paper sent by the Mayor of Sa mnah to the General Land Olllee, the following statements appear: Savannah has a population of about -10,000 three eighths white and live-eighths black Value ot real estate, i?il,i'JS,-H-.. fche has twelve lines of coast steamers, and aline to Liverpool will start in Novem ber. A Paris newspaper contains the fol lowing interesting advertisement : lather wants to Iind, tor a son, a school where he could got a healthy and manly instruction, and where the teachers do not till tho heads of the boys with hum bug stories about nations which died and were buried thousands of centuries ago. As to Lee's patriotism, where are the evidences ot ltv When a parcel ol dom igogues, in 1S51, began an insurrection whose avowed object was to overthrow the union, and disgrace and oxtermin ato the flag, Lee deserted from the army .mil went over to the enemies ot his country. Was that tho act of a pat riot? The Memphis J'osl says that J. B Farnham, Chairman of the Finance Committee of tho Young Men's Seymour Club ot that city, has run away with S2G0 of the funds of tho Club. Ho has also left his boardiiig-liouso keeper in distress. Jlewasa "carpet-bagger," from Michigan, and a thorough Democrat carrying out the principles of tho party in his private Hie. The Chicago Custom House return show tho receipts of 100.010.G00 feet o lumber during August, 41,022,150 feet more than lor the same month last year The total receipts from January lst'to August 31st were 059,317,240 feet an in crease on last year's receipts, during the same period, ol loT,ll7,..f4 loot; The to tal receipts ofshingles this year amoiin to 371.772,000, being 101,030,000 in excess ot last year. )ti Notices. JHsslstuoi Sj)rins. HxossuiTun, Aug. 'A 1808, l-'or a long time I had boon allliuted with vorv bc-rioiiH iliac-ano of tho Kidnovs. I was not able, to turn over in bed without help, and it wan thought by all my i'riendn that I never should recover. All medical treatment had been without eiliect. Tlio diseaso was compli catcd by a Kcrofulous affection. I tried aver remedy, used the water of Mineral Kprini; elsewhere without avail. Tho Missisquoi Spring water was tried by me in ISCti, and I con tinned its use for several months, till I entirely recovered and am now in hotter health than e-. or before. I consider this water a specific for Iudeev and Kcrofulous complaints. It has been bo in niv ease. ALANSON SAMSON, VALLEY HOUSE, Franklin Co., Vt., Aug. 17, '08, I have been ai'llicted with Catarrh for throe or four years. In February laut I had it very se verely. In April commenced tho uso of th Missisijuoi water. Tho ilisehargo was very heavy and troublesome, but continued to les hen until to-day I am entirely well. Tho many remedies I had taken under tlio best medical advico had proved unavailing, and I owo it to others similarly nftlictcd, to state that tlio Mis sisquoi water lias been, in my ease, the one only efi'cctive means of cure. 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Hint you lcmicMH imlmiih t lour hack weak, voui ncca weai., aim nave nut nitie appetite, ant on attribute Hum to ilvuneiiMa or live r com plaint ? Ifl 1 1 1 V elll'f 'I I milt IlliVlltl OVH.UUI J .11.1 nil s..,n bio ol proilucni'' a wcalnosn of t lie ircmrativi organs, ino ori-aiiH ol giMierntion, when ii perfect liealtlt. make tlio man. Dili vou evei tliinl; that thowo lioltl, ilollant, enciKc'tic. per KovoiiiiK, Biicctsnful biiHiucKs nun are alwav those wliohu Kenerative ornaim arc in ncrfec health ' Yon never hear huc-Ii men complain o licito? lnel.-llieliolv. nf npi'viitiatw uu r ...,1,.Un cannot mtccccii in busines ; they don't heeonn nail ami diHcouratretl ; they arc alwavtt nolit .mil iilcacant in the eomiianv of holloa, aiu lool; you and them right in tlio faci none o vom ilowneatit lnnku or ntiv ftllii.i' iiw.nfiiir.u about them. I do not mean those iutl.it oil In runinii!; to excess, The.ie will not only run Hii'll- 1'tins.litnHiiltu lmt 11I1.1 lluikf. Ilu.v ilu Imui lli rn i.l.ll ill lui. How manv men. from liiullv iMiivil iIikohsok iiom tho ellocts of telf-nbiiho ai-d occkscs, havt brought about that i-tate of weakness in those organs that has reduced the general system si much as to induce almost c-vt rv other disease idiocy, lunacy, paralysis, spinal affections, sui cide, and almost every other form of diseasi which humanity is heir to, ami tin- real canst of the f rouble scarcely over suspected, and havi iioeiorou 1 or ait inn tne rient one. t: ! .1. .1 f Hum-tie. HF.LJUJOLDVi FLUID KXTltAt"! DUrllU is the great Diuretic, and is a certaii cure for disoaM-s of the l'latltltr, Kidnevs, Ora vol, Dropsy, Organic Woal.i.oss, Female Com plaints, lieiieittl Debility, and all dii-cases of the ieiu.tie, 110m v.ii.itt-M-i- cause originating, ant no manor 01 now loi.c Mu,itiniL'. If no treatim nt is biilininted to. C'oiisuinotioi or Insanity may ensue. Our llesh and bloot are support ed from those sources, ami the healtl " . . . . . ' ., . V- upon prompt use 01 a iciiaoio remetiy. 1 lOiiiiDtiui is lAtracl liilcliu, est-ibiislit il up wards of IS years, prepared bv II. T. 1IKLM HOLD, Druggist, iiUl New York', a id ItllSoutl 10th Street, Philadelphia, l'a. I'meii ?1.23po address. Sold by a 1 Drui'inst- everywhere. .'.'111... II, I'll!, ll.O UU ll.tlll. lll'll 1 I'l Ull ,11 1111 tii Nono are tieimine unless done up in steel Illll'l'llVi'll Wl'flllllM Willi I'll ...Mllll ill. III' niv Pliimii eal Warehouse, and signed 22(1 H. T. 11KLMHOLD. ' It "Works Like a Charm." Ilino you Headache? Have you Toothache ? Have you Neuralgia? Use Itonno's Magic Oi Nil I CJ TI II , 'M .11 !l Irtfl ( II Use Itelinn H .Milirm 111 Have you ltheinuatisiu V Use Itoniiit s Miii.ie 111 Have you Sore Throat? Have you Sciatica V Have you 11 Hiuiso? Have you Cramps ? l'!i; ILI'IIIII' M muni: , fl I'sti Hcimo s AhiiHnfli 1 si 1. ('line s .inrrie 1 11 nave vou l oin, .nor ins .' I so iicnon s a ntni; in tl.ivn von I .llllieiiess r I sit Ifelilin illume ( Ii 1111s is 1110 i.-st 1:111111V re neov. to euro ii kinds of pain, you ever tried. vou uso it iaithfullv, it will do you cootl. niwii.tinnu 1.11 ii.w.l. 1..-.H!,. lti...tl ..I'll... r riut ill- M, 11, 1 wllii l-i, I'm, I. -..1.'. 11-11...,. 1,.,,.. in'. (,'" ii- "i .1111111 iiii'i 11111 rcuiiu mi ii, 111 iiiii .i,.,i ,.,, ii,,, 11,, .. 11.:.. W.l ...it it .111 1. .1,1,1 11..... ...II ..... 1 1'.... it . . ., ....... ... ..... . .. " ,,((., (.,,v, ..... ;ri: . r i .. i 1 1 ..... i, , . . . pneo at retail. WM lM.'l.'W ,.l,i i,..,.. !..(.,.. .,.i at.,.,. ,.,., turer, Pittslield. Mass. Sold ill SK AlllilllM liv nl! nrtiirc.ivlM Vi,i,l.-u A l!ey nolds, Grocers. In Swanton Falls by I). T .Morrill. 179-ly-oow PrintinG OFFICE, ST. ALBANS. H. A. CUTLER,--PROPRIETOR. All Printing brought to this Offleo, both Plain and Ornamental, will moot with prompt atten tion, at prices as low as tho times will admit, Wo do our work much bettor than can any Oftico that will do a job of printing for nothing for tho sako of depriving us of it, ami wo aro ready to compare our work with any similar class of printing dono in tho cities, both in neat ness and prico. Hand your orders into tho Transcript Hook and Job Printing Establishment if you take any pride in having your printing dime in a work mauliko manner.