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WANTED C1ALESMEN to travel lorn Manufacturing Cd., O and sell l'y sample. Good wages gunnm trod. Address, with stamp, II. D, HAMILTON & CO.. No. Chestnut Ht , 4w213 Philadelphia, P.i. Chapped Hands and Face, Sore Lips, &c., C1URED at oneo by tho uso of licgi iimn' Cniiiplioi' ltu Willi Glyc-rrllii', wli.cli keeps tho hands soft in the coldct weather, be that you get the genuine. Hold by Druggists. Price M cents per box. Sent by mail for !S0c. 243-iw Agents Wanted. Z7 boon oi solid -worth and practical utility, cntirt ly different from all thing ever published, de signed for tho masses of tho people, and sells at sight to farmers, mechanics and working men. Ovci 2U0 engravings). Active men and women can surelv make the above amount. TREAT A 00. 051 Broadway, ,'. Y. 2111 4w CARPETS! Don't Pay the High Prices ! rilHE NEW ENGLAND CARPET CO., of Bos JL ton, Mass,, established ueaily aipiartirol a century ago, in their present location, in Halls over 71, 7!), 7a, 77. ?', Hi. M, 85 and HI Hanover Street, have piobahiy luinishcd more house with Carpets than any other liotiso in tlio coun try. In order to atl'ord those at a distance the advantages of their low prices, propose to send, on tho receipt of the price, 20 yards or upwanh of their beautiful Cottage Carpeting, at oi) centi per yard, witli samples of ten sorts, varying in prico from 25 cents to $:i per yard, suitable foi urniHhing every pait of any house. 42:ii LADIE? ' IN POOR HEALTH. ONE of the best medicines, probably tho verj beat ever prescribed, for the numcrout and distressing ailments known as FEMALl COMPLAINTS, is Dodd's Nervine and Invigora tor. Headache, Fain in the Hack and Limbs. Palpitation of tho Heart, Faintncss, Loss oi Appetite, Hearing' down l'ain, Prostration ol Strength, Retained, Excessive, Irregular oi Painiul Mcnsus--all yield to its magic power. For Hysteria, Epilepsy. Me aneholy, Ac, it is al but infallible. It is also most valuable to ladh'f who are experiencing the change incident to ad vanced years, Then it is that constitutiona. maladies make their appearance , if any be lurk ing about tho system, aiid give caste to remain ing days. Dodd"'s Nervino and lnvigorator great ly assists nature at this important period, main taining tho vigor and tranquility of early life, and carrying them with case und safety through. Communicated by a Physician Seme montliB ago I was called to attend r lady of Williamsburgb, N. Y., who had long bcei sutfering from troublesome uterine disease lb presence vraB marked by constant vaginal dis charge, sometimes of a watery consistency ant. sometimes creamy and muco-purulcnt. She hat been under other treatment for some time, bu constantly grew worse. Vaginal examinatioi disclosed extensive induration mid ulceration oi tho cervix uteri. Tho uterine intlamatiou, wliicl was evidently assuming a chronic form, was aim aggrcvated by long-standing constipation, pal pitation of the heart, night-sweats cough, puoi appctito, and almost daily faintings. Slio faint ed to entire insensibility during one of my Hi si visits. I commenced, of course, by such activi local treatment a's the ulceration demanded, and then applied myself to a recuperation of fin general heuith. It Was inconvenient to see liei frequently, and except to mark tho healing o. tho ulcers, in the early stages, I visited her on ly ovcrv other week. For tonic and constitution al invigoraut Dodd's Nervino only was'perscrib cd. I had sotno time before become acquaintec with its properties, and Know of nothing lnbn aafo or satisfactory in its probable effects. Ant the result completely justified my expectation In a fortnight the bowels had becoino frci ,aud lcgular in their movements, the night sweats disappeared, aiulappetito began to grow The tainting spells became less frequent, am. soon ceased altogether. In another fortnigh there was no more cough, tho vaginal dischargi was sensibly diminishing, sleep was normal am refreshing, ond tho general health decidedly im proved. What remains is soon told. Tho pa tient continued thouso of the Nervino and in other medicine for some weeks longer, whei my further attendance was not required. Hinci her recovery I havo seen her but once. Shi seems perfectly well, Her joy over restorei health is naturally enough most enthusiastic Sho never beioro had a medicine givo her sucl comfort and such appetite anil such sleep and such courage and such strength. Shi wouldn't try to keep house again without it, am so forth, and so forth. It is my own opinio) that tho Nervino is the best tonic andcorrcctivi of the female organization that has over conn under my observation. ' I shall not tail to coti tinuo its uso in all similar cases, and tho prot'os siou know they are numerons enough. For sale bv all, Druggists. Price, $1. 243-8 GOO D SPEED'S GOLDEN FOUNTAIN PEN1. ff LINES written with one pen of Ink 1 Nt OU lllotting 1 Ono box assorted samplci for 25c. Agents wanted, to whom from $5 to $11 per day is guaranteed. Address, E. A. JOY, 243-1 Portsmouth, N. II. WANTED AGENTS. (jltHpr TO $200 per month, everywhere, malt Hp I tJ and-femalo, to introduce tho Genuixi iUwiovED Common-Sense Family Sewing-machine. This machine) will stitch, hem, fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid, and embroider in a most superior manner. Price, only $18. Fully war ranted for llvo years. Wo will pay $l,0u0 foi any machine that will sow a stronger, moro beau tiful, ornioro elastic seam than ours. It maket tho "Elastic Lock Stitch." Every second stltcl can bo cut and still tho cloth cannot bo pullet apart without tearing it Wo pay Agents iron $75 to $20U per month and expenses, or a com mission from which twico that amount can hi mado. Address, SECOMB&CO., Pittsburgh, Pa., or Boston, Mass. CAUTION Do not bo imposed upon by othei parties palming oil" worthless, cabt-irou ma chines under tho dame name or otherwise Ourr is tho only genuine and really practical cheaj machine manufactured. 2119-8 $200 Per Month, Sure, A no monoy required in advance Agents 4 Tvameu everywnoro, maio ami icmaie, to ell mr X'atcnt everlasting wiiito wiro Clotlicr Sine. "Every household should havo this ar ete." N. Y, Tjiibune. Address, AMERICAN WIRE CO., 78 WiUimu Street, N.Y., or 1C Dearborn Street. OWiago, 111, 239-8 FUENITUKE KITTREDGE & FULLER, (Sl't'CT.sSOKS TO KITTIIKtxn: A WAISoN,) 1 resnectfullv nniuiunco to the citi zens of Fraulilin "Countv. that they have made oxW-nsive additions to their stock, and are now tircuarcd to wait on their fi lends, with pri ces that cannot fail to suit. We have just re ceived a line assortment of Wall Paper and Border CIIAMIIRR SKTS, DINING, CEXTKil ami F.VTKXHIO.V T.VHIjHS, SO PAS. I.OUNGKK, IIUUKAUS, HAT Titior.s. WHAT-NOTS, (UAlltS, MATTIlAI'.hKS, SIMIl.VU ItKU-, t'tlKKlXii, CAKICKTM, wixnow-su Aims, I'K'T UltK-KIt AMK Ac. In fact, everything kept in Furniture Ware Rooms will bo found at our Store, Darrow Block, Opposite Charles y man's. Taking this occasion to thank the old patrons nr KittiWhrn A- Watson fornast favors, we hope by low prices and strict attention to our business to merit aim receive a comwuaucu ui uu; miuu and a share of tho public patronage. Call and OT'imhii' our goods and prices before purchaiiug elsewhere GEO. H. KITTHEDOE, AUSTIN V. FULLElt. 2blwtf 1868. .feESSSft j&titSfi 1868, Ogdensburgh. to the West. Northern Transportation Comiaui The only Through Daily Line betwem Ogdensburgh and Chicago ! I And Intermediate Ports. Only Six Days Through With out Change of Boat. This well known and reliable Company, will, luring tho present Season, run their Line o: irst class Upper Cabin Steamers daily, betweoi )gdensburgh, Oswego, Cleveland, Toledo, Do roit, Chicago, Milwaukee, and Intermedial'. orts, leaving Ogdensburgh on arrival of Ex press train from tho East. J'ASSENGEES AND FAMILIES Moving West, jan embark with their luggage, Teams, Stock ore, and laud together without listurbance or transhipment, at their port ol lestination, thus avoiding tho great inconven once of the many changes, delays and expen es, of other routes. Theso Steamers havo large 'abius and Stato Rooms; amply and neatly lur ashed, for first class Passengers and Families. ho may wish to furnish their own provisions, fo efforts will bo spared to maintain tho reputa ion of this, as the CHEAPEST AND BEST ItOUTE! A thorough rebuilding, refitting, repairing md refurnished, witli several now boats added o the line, makes this now tho most eomforta ile, pleasant and expeditious route to the great Vest. 15o suro and sco tho Agents of this lint leforo you buy your tickets. Trusty men wil, .lways meet passengers at tho depot in Ogdens mrgh to take checks and ro-chock Baggage. Vsk for tickets via NOIi THEKN TEA NSPOlt TAJ ON CO'S STEAMERS' Tlie only Daily American Lino leaving Ogdens burgh. We will make it tho interest of every travcllei o see tho Agents of tho lino before purchasing lsowherc. Through tickets over all- tho Wes eru ltailroad Lines can be obtained on applica ion to OEO. W. SMITH, office, corner Ford and 'atterson Sts., opposite Johnson House, Ogdens mrgh, N. Y. Ono hundred pounds of baggage reo to each passenger. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Co all points. For through tickets and otlici nforimttiou, apply to G. A, EDDY. Oflico Steamers Lauding, Ogdensburgh, N. Y Ico. Y. Smith, General Ticket Agent. H, G. loodno, Passenger Agent. 212-tf GRAND OPENING ! O F FALL GOODS ! A T H. 0, POST, & 00. 's JUST IIECEIVED from New Yoik, a splendid Line of of Mow and Choice Dress Goods, Including Empress Cloths Eningeline, French Serges Silk and Wool, bhot Poplins French Mori noes, with a great Variety of Plain und Poplin Alpacas, and Cheno Poplins, all at VEltY LOW PltlCES. Wo havo a full Lino of D 11 E S S T It I M MINGS! Consisting of Silk Fringes, Ulack and Colored Velvet ltibbous, with Buttons and Gimps to match. Our Stock of Prints Bleached and Brown Cottons, Delains, in fact everything in tho lino of Domestics, is full, alno a full lino of Cassimeres, Tailor's Trim mings, Gloves, Hosiery, Shawls, Dutchess ICidds, and Breakfast Shawls A Ch'icolinn of Dry Grocories may always bo found in stock, Picaso call and examine Goods and Prises b e foro purchasing elsewhere, ' II. 0. POST, & o Cor. Maiu and Fairfield Sts., St. Albans, Vt. d&wtfnlOO. HATS, HATS, HATS, CAPS, CAPS, CAPS. All the Stylos just received at WM. N. SMITH, k CO'S. New Goods ! New Goods ! ! Entire now Stock of Dry Goods now open and ready for sale, Al STONE & FOSTER'S Here you will find a full line of DHESS GOODS Cheap for Cash. Here you will find a full linn of Shawls, ' Cheap for Cash. Hero you will find a rcood assortment of Cloak- ings in all colors, uncap ior (,asu. Hero you will find a full lino oi Delains and Prints, (heap lor Cash. Hero you will find a full line of White Goods, Cheap for Cash. Hero von will find a cood assovtmentof Clothes and Cobnrgs, Arc, oncap tor cnsii. Hero vou will find a complete line of Hosiery for the Ladies, Cheap for Cash. Hero von will llnd a lnri'c nstm-linniL of T.n. dice mill Gents Kid Gloves, (.neap tor cash. And hero will be found Miss Moroy to nhow you a largo assortment of Ladles' Goods, of styles too numerous to mention. In lact, wo having adopted the CASH SYSTEM, bclioe wo can offer inducements to our. cunt oiucrs that no concern doing a credit bush. ess, will or can af ford. To satisfy yourselves, call .and examino quality and prices. .1. P. STONE, 128dwlf GEO. PFOSrEIt. October 8, 18fi8. LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST Phoenix Mutual LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OK IIAHTKOHD, CONN. ITS ASSETS ARE NEARLY S3 ,000,000. ANNUAL INTOMI'., NEARLY TWO MILLIONS, AND CONSTANTLY IXrllKARIXO. Aiinu.'il Dividends, ;( lcr Cent. All its Policies are Non-Foi leiting I No re striction on Travel, Location or Employment 1 Dividends upon the full Premiums paido'n all its Tables I Notes taken if desired for half of tho Premium for tho lirst four years, and in easoof death, they are paid by the Dividends and given up and not deducted from (he Policy, and. The Full Amount of Insurance is Paid. It lias paid in losses to its Policy Holders over jri)i,((0, 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 Pinr.Nix is pioporly called a Whole World Policy. It permits tho insured to travel or resido at will anywhere in the United States or Europe, at any beanm of the year, without oxtra charge. NELSON H. ARMINGTON, Agent, For Ftanklin, Grand IrIo and Lamoille counties. C. L. BABCOCK, Stato Agent, d22iv22()-tf Itutland. Vt. New Musical Depot, ST. ALBANS, - - - - VERMONT. Geneva! Agency for tho STEINWAY PIANOS, New York; tho G. A. MILLER PIANO, Boston, and tho ESTEY COTTAGE ORGAN, Brattlehoro, Yt. ESTEY A- CO.'S ? COTTAGE ORGAN TRIUMPHANT ! The Vox Humana Tremolo Crowning Improvement, Tn addition to the PATENT HARMONIC AT TACHMENT and PATENT MANUAL SCI) -BASE, Estoy k Co, havo now further than over eclipsed all rival makers of Heed Instruments, bv the introduction of their " PATENT VOX HUMANA TREMOLO This most wonderful and beautiful addition to tho Cottago Organ is acknowledged by lea'ding musical characters in tho country to bo tho w lUis ultra of all improvements on reed instru ments, THE FIRST PREMIUM Was awarded to this mstrumont at tho Now York Stato Fair and tho Fair of tho New England States, Vermont Stato Fair, Missouri State Fair, and Iowa btato Fair, over all other instruments, including Mason A Hamlin's Cabinet Organs, Smith's American Organ-, and Taylor .t Farley's. It is very important that purchasers bear in mind that tho original and genuine. Cottago Or gan is mado by tho Houso of J. ESTEY A- Co., only. Tho chiof points of superiority are patented by them, and of courso aro found on tho instru ments of no other maker. Tho undersigned has mado arrangements to furnish Pianos honi any of tho principal Now York and Boston makers, on tho most reasonablo terms. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. Send for an illustrated circular. Address H. A. LYON, fit. Albans, Vt. Music, small musical instruments, and musi cal merchandise, at E. II. HUNTINGTON'S Jowclry Storo, Pianos, Organs, and Melodans, at tho subscribers residence on Fairfield Street. 222-tf II. A LYON. CtARDIGAN JACKET, All tho New Styles just received at Win. N. SSlITIL C LOTHING for Fall aud Winter, iust received at Smith's new Block, WM. 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No. club subscribers taken luriess tnan a lull year. coy Pit imi UMS.-a KvorV llfil'Hnn wild is nmv n aiiliamiVtnt. ifL.tll. ersingio or in clubs, in tho Stato or out of it, wllo airiiin suhsm-ilwa fm tim r,ill -.'...I,. nr io-n will receivo ono of White's Patent Newspaper r"i iiiajjiKiiuu Hiio, jiosiago paid. Any person whoso name is not, at tins date, upon our books, who will pay S2.GU in advance for one full year, to begin any time be ioro or includint January 1, 18U'J,' will receive Min ivtnm- mr vn.ii- 4'....... ,t.in ....I. .1. and either a White's Patent Newspaper File, size of fchn Tlnnnril n iwl tr-n tie, usclul to every farmor ; or a copy of Tho nuuDDuumiui ime year, as 1110 suoscriuer may SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE ! AGENTS WANTED. TTE WTT.T, PAY nrrn u il., ,. !ll .!., 41.1 T T entiro tinio to canvassing for tho Vermont "im j. ai niei-, .1 noerai salary uv tlio tlay- town and county in tho State, to work for us from now until February 1, 18(10. Write to us .ma get our terms. Address all communications to The Vermont Accord and Farmer, 210-8 BliATTLEBOIiO, VT. QALIj AT lmECK la WKTHEHBEE'S FOR DiiESS GOOl'h, i;ojrj-:.sTics, WOOLENS, -SHAWLS. WHITE U001J.S, GLOVES, ' HOSIERY, . POCKET KNIVES, NOTION . ,C. . ALSO- i'EAS, COFFEES, SUGARS, SPICES, RAISINS, CRACKERS, BROOMS, KEROSENE OIL, ALT, AC., AC 110-tf FLOUR I AM in receipt of 200 to 300 brls. of FLOUR per week, and my facilities aro such that I can supply tho trado on as G o o 1 T r ia s as any other party or parties (as my flour pays no tribute to middlo men. nor2Hc, per barrel 'to drummers), with Superfino and Extra Flour, mado from Milwankeo Club Wheat, by car-load or single ban el. WINTER WHEAT FLOURS, from good to very choice-, in full supply. " Corn for sale at all times. Cash paid for Wool and Sheep Pelts. Kit- I tfthn tilt nnnfti-tiinltv in most hearty thanks for tho very liberal patrou- ugu ninu l uuen uu since i commoiiced uusliiess, and hopo for a continuance of the samo. J. J, ISUJIUJCHS. St. Albans, Oct, 21. 18C8. 239 If JnT'E-VY FIRM! -AND- NEW GOODS. BAKiVES & CliOWLEV --AT- NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK LAKE ST., QT. ALBANS, VT. Would say to tho pcoplo of Franklin County, that tlioy aro prepared to oiler them FAMES, "ST GROCERIES, Fresh from mwkot, at tho lowest cash prico, ;at iiuitoic mm retail. TEAS, ,1 J'lllU . . ... . 1 I j- ii-avos ami mix to ;, v I J' J W10, ou win 11,1(1 u '-'1'caper t han to bu mixet. leasot anv New York Tea Company. BARNES CROW LEY KEEP THE BEST OL" UOVEIlNMENT JAVA, UIO, - ' AFRICAN, . AND GROUND COFFEE, SPIOES. Strictly pure. Go to BARNES fc CROWLEY'S for tho best XI. MOLASSES, stjgahhouse SYRUPS. SUGARS. P. R., HAVANA, MUSCOVADO, DEMERARA, AND REFINED OF ALL GRADES. It you would keep clean, huv your -SOAPS ' Of BARNES & CROWLEY. ROB BINS, KENDALL, PEERLESS, 0. K PIONEER, AC, AO. TOILET SOAPS. .VC. To Tobacco Chewers, Smokers, and Snuff-Takers : AYc buy of tlio manufacturers, and can please you both in qualitj anil price. Wo want Farmers and Dealers to bear in mind that wo keep tho Pure Boston ground ROOK SALT, Tho onls salt suitablo for dairy purposes, whicl will Uo sold as low as can bought in tins' market. For a good light and no danger of oxplosions, buy your ir.EROSEXJE OXL Of BARNES & CROWLEY. Price as low at lie hnvost. FLOUR. Tho best brands constantly on hand. A.uj. Graham and Buckwheat Flour, live and Con ileal Finally if you want anything Jn tho lino o; good Kioteries, tlio place to buy them is at BARNES A CROWLEY'S. Casli paid for all kinds of Country Produce -Goods sold at wholesale at tho lowest possibli figure. J13 BARNES & CROWLEY. OEonoi: W. iiAitxr.B, I I. J. CltOWLEY,. ( St. Albans Vt. VT. TBANSCBIPT; PrintinG ST. ALBANS. II. A. CTJTLEll, Pi'ojwictor. All Printing brought to this Office, both Plain aud Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten tion, at prices as low as tho times will admit. Wo do our work much better than can any Oflico that will do a job of printing for nothing ior tho sako of depriving us of it, and wo aro ready to comparo our work witli any similar class of printing dono in tho cities, both In noat-nest- md price. Hand your orders into tho Transcript Book and Job Printing Establishment if you talto any prido In having your printing done in a work manlike manner. cm -ftOR Children teethic? The Great Quieting Remedy for Chtldrtii Oontnins NO M011PI1IN13 OH I'OISO.n OUS DRUG j sure to Regulate the BowtU allays nil Pain ; corrects Acidity of t. Stomach ; makes stek anil weak chlldn srnoxo nnd imialtiiy; cures Wind Coin riping, Inllnmnmtion of the Bowels. unO all complaints nrising from the effecta ol rcethir.g. Call for Mother Jtailcy's Q, . Syrup, nnd take no other, nnd you itro a Sold by Druggists nnd nil dealers h .i. inc. N A. KICIIAHDS, New London, Uon .. Agent for tho United Sf , '3 till FIRST PttEMlf WAS AWAIlM.h 10 BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE fly 111 .V. II. State Acr'i-iitturot Serl.f Us l'uir, lmttleii tn Nunluiti. Sri I I-Mt II A It H BTT'S Vegetable Hair Rcstorati' u ltfitoret Orny llnlr to Hi Naturot Colon n motr. the Knmlli of the llnlr t chnhfi. the toot.totlielrnrlplnal onranlc cllolil frniti JkcatM DnnuruIV nml lliiinorx i prirciit. Itnit fulling nut t U a fiiipcrinr Ore mlnjr. fJf Itcnntfilnt no injurfntm incrpdifnt, T and is the ino.t opn1flr nml II a tilf nttlrle llimiichont Ihc I.nt, Wct, Xorth, and w WO J, R. BARRETT & CO., Proprietor MANCHESTER. N. II. Sold by all Druaqists. fi HEAT IMI'ltOVEMENT IS DKNTIS- Th" attention of tho public is called to a great liscovery in Dentistry. fHE GREATEST ADVANCE STEP EVER MADE IN THE ART. I'ho iiiain difficulty in wearing artificial teeth is, bey do net hold in their place firmly enough, md add to this tlio annoyance of food getting C'der tho plato while eating. 1 havo discover '.(I a method of so constructing the plato on vhicli the teeth aro set that they will not start if drop while eating or speaking, neither will vuy particles of food get under tho plato. no natter what tho condition of tho mouth in, diioh is not true of any method hitherto used. I havo secured Letters Patent lor the United States, England and Franco. Tho improvement is not in malerial, but ui ho construction, whiehseeurcH tho atmospheric pressure on tho entire plato. I havo sold the oxelusive of said improvement o Dr. L. Gilmau, to wit, tho Counties of Frank in, Washington, Chittenden, Lamoille and Irand Isle. TIiobo wishing' to avail themselves jf such improvement, will call on Dr. J.. OILMAN, T. ALBANS . Vkumo.nt. N.T. FOLSOM. November, 11, 1RC7. lUl-tf ALL READY. THE NEW STEAM MILL! -OF- Bingham & Lincoln, Sear the Freight Depot, St. AlbaiiH, VI.. LB now ready to grind corn meal, line or coarse, and all kinds of grain for feed. This Mill ras built by Holme & Uluiichiiril, of Boi ..on, of the best French Burr, is comploto in eva .y respect, and is capablo of grinding twenty ivo bushels por hour. Being dependent on icither wind or Hoods for power, we can do all vork of this kind without liiudranco tn our cus .omers. We shall bo prepared to furnish com u tho kernel, or ground, and at all times fre'sh md as cheap as elsewhere. Wo are aUo ready .o receive orders for Sash, Blinds and Doors, Mouldings and House Finishings of every d icription, of as good material and workmanship ts any other shop in tlio State. JOB WORK Such us Plaining, Matching, Tn ruing ,v Scroll Sawing, f Ac, Dono to order witli Machinery which is new and it tho latest improvements. With theso facili ties to givo perfect satisfaction, wo solicit a sharo of public patronage" BINGHAM & L NCOLN St. Albans, Feb. 27. 1 Qf7. 154-tf. MYRON BUCK'S INSURANCE AGE N 0 Y ST. ALBANS, VT. II O HI E IN' SURA NCR CO., New Haven, Conn. Capital, $1,000,000. Surplus, $0 9,070!4. VATIONAL. INSURANCE: CO., Boston, Mass. Capital, $300,000. Surplus, fl5O,O0O. IN'I'KR.VATIONAI., INSUHACK CO., - New York. Capital, 300,000. Surplus, $101,805.92 GUARDIAN .MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE lOMPAN Y , New York. Assotts, over fl,000,000. JISTNA UVK STOCK IN'HURA.VCB CO., Hartford, Conn. Capital - i500,000. AIAi LOSSES PROMPTLY AD JUSTED AiD PAII3. dim wQl? ly CLOTHING, CLOTHlljG CLOTHING, CLOTHING I The largest Stock of Clothing, Hati and Cap. and Furnishing Goods ever ottered for sale in Vermont, ia now opened at Wil. N. SMITH, it CO'S,