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VEEMONT DAILY TRA2STSORIPT, F'JBRTJA.rt'Y 9 1R69.
XE W AI) VEll T1SEMENTS. FOR SALE. mUB UNDERSIGNED oftVr for slc their X STEAM MILL, now ufp1 for the Manu facturing of Sash, Moors, JJlimls, Mouldings, and House-Finishings of nil kinds. Also. Custom Grist Mill. The above being in good running order, this is a rare chance to enter into n good ami well established business . For full particulars enquire at tho mill, or u Umil0f BINGHAM & LINCOLN". St. Albans, Jan. 7. 18C0. 100-tf. "missisquoi raileoad. flMlE undersigned Coimiiis-iencis appointed J. by the Act of the Legislature of tlte State of Vermont, approved N" ember 14th, 18G7, in corporating the Missisquoi liailroad Company atidbv the Aet ol'Kaid Legislature at the ses sion thereof in amending said Aet of incor poialion, give notice that a meeting "ft'10 stockholders of said corporation will bo held at the Frontier limine, in the village of North Tto, on the 10th of February. ISO'.), at lo clock U.IH., for the pill pose of electing u Hoard ot Di rectors ot waul cm purine, u W I) Crane. (' ,s Cutting. .1 E Dickclllli.ll, 1. W Claris, d 1, Sleeper. Joseph Ktinth, Levi Spalding, (ieo It Lane, I', O llnnett, I. II ISisbco. A T 1'n-ler, 1 l222-f Luther linker, S I) I'endar, i H Benton, H It Davis, Elisha Lane, Itiisscll Cuming". W-n O Elkins, II 0 WilBon, L Robinson, K It rainier. February 2, ISC). Agents Wanted $10 a Day, TWO $10 MAI'S FOlt $4. LLOYD'S Patent Revolving Double Maps Or America mill Km ope, America ami t lie United Sliitt'M or Anieilrii. Colored in 4000 Counties. riMlESE great Maps, now just complcled.show X every plaec of importance, nil Railroadsto ilnto. and tho latest alterations in tho various European States. The Maps aro needed in every School and family in the land the occupy the space, of ono Map, and by meaiiH of the P.cverser, cither side can bo thrown front, and any part brought level to the eye. County Rights and largo discount given to good Agents. Anniv lor circulars, icrms aim nam pie .nans, ' ' LLOYD'S MAP 1JUIIEAU, 23 Cortlandt St.N". Y dlSS-w'.M'.Um St. Albans Dining Rooms, LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS, DOWNING & STEERB PROP 11 1 ETOKS "VTTAH.lI MEALS or Lunches srrvnl at all Yt hours, in the best style. Fresh Baltimore Oysters. Received daily and Mipplied to the Trade nt wholesale prices. nlOO dAwtf Goldsmith & Seavey, (iENEKAL INSURANCE AGENTS, GADCOMB'S BUILDING, SOUTH MAIN St., ST. ALBANS, Vt. ,'ic, Fire, Inland and Accidental Insurance effected in Reliable Companies, losses equitably adjusted and J'rompt f'aid lOld&wtl" ."Ladies, IF you require a desirable remedy, iiro tho best DR. HARVEY'S FEMALE PILLS, four degrees stronger than they arc intended for special eases. ritict:, one uoi.i.An run uox. Private circulars sent free. Enclose stamp. If you cannot procure the pills enclose tho money and address BRYAN A CO., (VI Cr.iiAJt Btbeet, New Yokk, and on receipt they will be Hcnt well sealed by return mail. 189eod-M243-lv Come and See!! Come and Try THE HOVE, AND THE WEEE New Family Seir'nttf Machines! He.yf Machines made. Shuttle, Straight Needle, Every machine warranted, Office opposite Treniont House, dw-tf J. S. WEEKS, Ayent. Bryan's Life Invigorator, OH REJUVEJIATTXG ELIX1H, For all derangements of the Urinary organs. It gives LIFE, HEALTH, AND STHENGTH, to all who use it and follow my directions. It never fails to removo Nervous Debility. Inino tenev or want of Power, ami all weaknesses arising from indiscretion, resulting in loss of memory, unpleasant ureams, weals nerves, head che, nervous trembling, general lassitude, dimness of vision, flushinc of tho skin, which if neglected, will surely lead on to Insanity or ed, it will not recover without help. It must bo invigorated and strengthened, to enable tho sufferer to fulfil tho duties of life. This medicine has been tested for many vears. and it is warranted a certain runn, no matter how bad tho caso may be. Hundreds of cer tificates can bo shown. Price ono Dollar per bottle, or ix bottles for llvo Dollars. SOLD BY ALL DUUGGISTS. If you cannot procuro it send a statement of your caso ami encioso tno monoy to jjkyah iV Co., CI Cedar street, New York, and it will be sent you. On receipt of Fivo Dollars, n boltlo nearly equal to seven small will bo bent to any express ofiico in tho United States, charges paui. Private circulars Kent free on nnnlieatinn. fen close stamp.) lb')eod.w218-ly LAUK Pants aud Vests ot all kinds just re ceived at WM. N. SMITH. ACQ'S. THE best stock of Clothing in tho Stato just received t WM, N. SMITH, i CO'S. BARRE ACADEMY. rpilE Spring Term will begin on Thursday, JL February 18. Application, board, Ac., address " J. S. S PAULDING, , Barre, Jan. ltf, 1PC0. 252-4w ; Agents Wanted. Foil thi: Fr.on.E's Edition or Conybcaro & Howson's Life and Epistles of SAINT PAITL.j With an Eloquent and ablo Preliminary Dissertation by I Rev. LEONARD BACON, D. D. j Of Yalo College. OVER 1,000 LAUGH OCTAVO PAGES. Ak Exact lteprint of the lateht English "PEO PLE'S EDITION," and diilvrent from all others, bv the substitution, bv the authors, of transla tions and notes in English, in place of numerous quotations and notes in foreign languages. Combines tho result of accurate scholarship, antiquarian research and personal observation learned and popular, Pres. Hopkins, Wil Hams College. 1 heartilv commend this book.--J'res. Wool sey, Yale College. Tho most complete nnd satisfactory treatise in modern literature. Edinburgh Hevieic. A perfect Mngnzino of facts, llishop I). 11. Clan; of Cincinnati. It is Me one book upon tho " Now Testament " which every family, and especially every Sun dav School Teacher should, if possible, procure anil stud v. Professor J'orter, of Yale. A rich mino of instruction. Prof. Edwards A. Park, Andover Theological Seminary. It is interesting, I hndaimost said fascinating, to common minds. Prof, I'oud, liangor. Commending this hook is but gilding gold. -Itev. V. II. 7'aylor, I). I)., Cincinnati. It is invnluablo to tho student and general reader. llishop Williams, of Conn. One of tho most interesting aud instructive works that has ever fallen under my notice. Pres. Caswell, Brown's University. Every intelligent Iliblo reader should possess (i copy'. President Edwardi, Washington and Jefferson Collcgo, Ponn. I regard it as ono of tho best books ever written,- Prof, atom, Hartford. Send for our descriptive circular, giving full particulars and terms to Agents. Address, S. S. SCUANTOX A Co. f:l33-lw Publishers, Hartford, Conn. THE VERMONT Life Insurance Company, HUKLTNCJTOX, VT. OX)!' Vc.-'.x Jiuitdinrs, College Street. rpiIlS Company having completed its organi JL zation is now fully prcpared to issue, all kinds of Life and Endowment policies. Policyholders participate in tho nrofit-j of the Companv. Dividends declared and paid annual ly after the first year. " Liberal arrongemeiits made with liiM elnss canvns-cr. niKKCTOHS. Torrev E. Wah s, Attorney A Judge Probate. Lemuel II. Piatt, Manufacturer. Samuel Huntington, Merchant. James A.Shedd, Merchant. lluesel o. Tart, liodney S. AVires, Nathaniel Parker, President. Gen. Ins. Agent. Pres. Burlington Out Co. Willinm Street. U.S. Senator. Trcs. 1st Nnfl Bank, Bur- lington. Jtanager Burlington Woolen Mills. Lumber Dealer. J. D. Hatch, Geo. V. j.dmuiul?, Onui A. Dodge, F. C Kennedy, Lawrence HariiOH, OFF1CEISS. Itussell S. Tait, President, ltodimy f!, Wires, Vice President. Warren Gibb4, Secretary. Samuel W. Thayer, M.D., Medical Counsel SID. V. GATES, Agent, St. Albans. 210-U&W lin MYRON BUCK'S INSURANCE AGENCY ,S T. A hit A XS, VT. II O M i: I X S V 11 A X ' 1! CO., New Haven, Conn. Capital, 1,000,000. Vurphi.", id H.OTO. "1. VATIOXA1. IXSHKAX'K CO., B)sto;i, Mahs. Capital, WIIO.OOO. Surplus, f4.r.0,000. IXTKHXATIOXAL 1XSHHACK ft)., New Yorlc. Capital, i300,W)il. Surplus, itni,S0V92 Gl'AHDl.W niliTHAL UPE IXSl'ISAXt'K O 31 I A N Y , Now York. As-ett.-, over 11,0(10,000. A L I j BOSSES I'llOMPTLY AD JUSTED AND PAID. dl.M 21'Mv 50 Per Cent Reduction, Notice to Merchants, Bankers, Brokers, Publishers, Stationers, Prin ters, Companies, Lawyers, Archi tects, Schools, Clergymen. Circulars, prieos-current, letters, quotations, catalogues, music, or any documents or draw ings may bo obtained at the following extra ordinary cheap prices. 100 copies, fae similes, of anv document or drawing At., f'2. COO copies t5, 1000 copies $8, Ac. 100,000 copies 1150, or, 50 percent upon tho abovo pri ces mav be saved by using Maurice's Patent Au tographic printing press, for offices, publishers, stationers, printers, schools, companies, Ac, juieo 180. A young boy can strike off 100 copies, letter Bize, per hour of any document, drawing, niUHic, with tho greatest facility. Maurico's Patent States Bights aro sold at moderates prices. Public experiments each Saturday. N. B.--A11 kinds of Lithographic work aro done with tho greatest caro at tho lowest rates. Maurice's Patent Autographic and Lithogra phic printing, writing and engraving establish ment. 10 North William Street, Now York. leu-eod-ly P ANTS AND VESTS, for Fall and Winter go to WM. N. SMITH, ii CO'S. Gr Q WM, N. SMITH A CO'S for vour nants una vest. K s x S 5 W W h Pt O O S , w c c u .o 2i c u o rn S 6q s o 7j o o 2 r2 3 a o J2 u in o o ..- u Ph 8 9 "2 Z O Enl z 6 eg 3 EH C5 r1 c m CO- s M O 'A t D o 8 s 1 ot 3 u V a 3g LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST Phoenix Mutual LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OK UAHTFOltD, CONN. ITS ASSETS ARE NEARLY 8,000,000 ANNUAL INCOME, NEARLY TWO MILLIONS, AND CONSTANTLY INCHKASIN0. Aitiiicil Dividends, ;"() Pur Ct'iif. All its Policies aro Nou-Forleitini: 1 No re strietion on Travel. Location or Kmnlovmont 1 Dividends upon the full Premiums paid on all its Notes taken if desired for half of tho rremium for the lirst four years, and in case of death, thoy are paid In the Dividends and given up and not deducted from the Policy, nnd The Full Amount of Insurance is Paid. It ha paid m losses to its 1'olicv Holders over b.-,() 0,000 and has uovcr contested a claim during the 17 years of its existence. No extra Premiums charged for insur iiuc. Females, Railroad Employees or Seamen A Policy in tho Piuknix is properlv called a Wholo World Policy. It permits tho insured to travel or reside at will anywhere in tho United States or Europe, at any season of the war, Minium uxira euarge. NELSON H. ARMINGTON, Agent, For Fianklin, Grand Islo and Lamoillo counties. U. lj. UAJIUOUK, Htato Agent, d22iw220-lf Rutland. Vt Oliilm jVtcoiioy. T3Y recent enactments of Coiurress. all Sol- XJ diers who havo served three vears and have received but $100 bounty from tho'United States, ui nun, iiuvuig cnusicu ioi inreo years, w ere dis charged in consequence of wounds, and tho wid ow, enuuren, or parents ot any soldier wlio en listed for threo years, under a promiso of only $100 bounty, and who died in the service, aro en titled to an additional bounty of ONK HUN DRED DOLLARS 1 All invalid pensioners who have lost a lmiui nr foot, or havo incurred disability equivalent to uiu loss oi mum iooi, are entitled to a large increaso of pension. All pensioned widows of soldiers or sailors aro entitled to an bcroased pension of two dollars per mount loreaen cniiii unucr sixteen vears ot ago. Claims of tho abovo nature, and for arrcais ol nay, ofiieers' extra pay, for horses lost in the U. S. service, commutation of rations of prisoners of war and prizo money, will bo promptly prose cuted by application by lotter, enclosing dis chargolrom service, will bo attended to and tho necessary papers returned to plicant forsig. natures, Ac. B. A. BOWLES, Oilleo over the First Natloual Bank, St. Albaus. Aug. 17th,180G. 125-tt WANTED. An Agent to malto a thorough cauvass of Franklin County in behalf of that old and reliable Life Insuranco Company, The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford Conn. Liberal terms to an active, energetic man. Address. N.G.AXTELL; Porn, Clinton Co.,N. V, General Agent for NortheruNewYork and Vur mont. 207-tf ,0 TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for your Fall auti uimer uiommtf. N'BAV F'TRM! AND - NEW GOODS. urn WM NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK XiAKS ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would say to the people of Franklin County, that they are prepared to offer them rAIVXILY GROCERIES, Fresh fiotn market, at tho lowest cash piice, at Wholesale and retail. TEAS. Young Hyson, Japan, Ool.mg and English Bieak fast. The finest In tho market. II' you want mixed Teas, buy pure Teas or BARNES A CROWLEY, pick raspberry leaves and mix to suit your taste. You will lind it cheaper than to buy mixed Tensor anv New York Tea Company. BARNES Si CROWLEY KEE1' THE BEST COFFEES. OLD iiOVEttNMEVr JAVA, lilO, AFRICAN, AND GROUND COFFEE, SPICES. Strictly pure. Go to BARNES A CROWLEY'S for tho t.cst r. molasses, suoakhouse syrups. SUGARS. P. R., HAVANA, 3IUSCOVADO, DEMERARA, AND REFINED OF ALL GRADES If you would keep clean, buy youi SO.AFS " Of BARNES A CROWLEY. ROBBINH, KENDALL, PEKRLESS, O. K., irnvi?vif t."i t.y TOILET SOAP. AC. To Tobacco Cliuwera, tlmokers, and SnutV-Ta- Kers : wo uuy ot tho manufacturers, and can pleaso you both in quality and price. Wo want Farmers and Dealers to bear in mind that wo keep the Pure Boston ground ROOK SALT, The onls salt suitablo for dairy purposes, which will be sold as low as can boglit in this market. For a good light and no danger of explosions, buy your KEROSENE OIL Of BARNES A OHOWLPY. IMco as low as pi' lowest. FLOUR. Tim lio.it lir.Mi.1u imituf i,it1 .hi li-mrt . . Graham and Buckwheat Flour, Itve and Coin Meal Finally if you want anything in the line ot good grotenes, the place to imv them is at BARNES A CROWLEY'S. Cash naid for all kinds of Country Produce Goods sold at wholesale at the lowest possible ngure. 213 BARNES ft CROWLEY. I. .1. onowLKV.. ( ht. Albans M. VT. TRANSCRIPT JTOB PrintinCr OFFICE, ST. A Lit A3TS. JL A. CUTLim, I'roppielop All Printing brought to this Ofllce, both Plain and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten tion, at prices as low as the times will admit. Wo do our work much better than can any Ofllco that will do a job of printing for nothing for tho sake of depriving us of it, and we aro ready to compare our work with any similar class of printing done in the cities, both in neat nese and price. Hand your orders into tho Transcript Book and Job Priutiug Establishment if you take any prido in having your printing done in a work manlike manner' YOUTH'S CLOTHING of all kinds cheap at WM. N. SMITH, Sc COrS. BARRETT'S .VCSJ" VcRctnblo ' HAIR RESTORATIVE t u-m. .!.! iii... i i.v (t. v ii St.... r.:. n S If V j (imll. mow cimeiU'i! ly ILc J.uljlle to I I j ' llt.T tir TmiIi.iI liafr 111 ll, nillrlti.1 t-nlnr. iit.rrriHM I rninrji i'ti inr itp .lonii w k mot. ttiii otuiiiruti, niui ror DrrMin A. i .mi j ii !! 1 1 1 j in j i in" iiiiir. iii.irro CZ i.n f i lie p nip v Lr. a ?i, uiu ii.ir mi ii, nu UI.USST J. R. BARRETT & CO., Pfinr tiort MANrtlUlTl'.ll, S. II. Sold by all Druaqists. G1 ItHAT 1311'KOVISJIKXT IV DK.VTIS r THY. Th" attention of the public i called to a great discovery in Dentistry. THE GREATEST ADVANCE STEP EVER MADE IN THE ART. The main dilliculty in wearing arlillcial teeth is, tnev do net hold in tneir place nrmiy enoupn, and add to this the annoyance of food getting U'der the plate while eating. 1 have discover- Jd a metliod ol so constructing the plate on Oiich the teeth aro set that they will not start or drop while eating or speaking, neither will any paiticles of food get under the plate, no matter wnal tuo condition ot tuo luoutii is, i hich is not true of any method hithertoused. 1 have secured Letters Patent for the United States, England and France. 1 tie improvement is not in material, but in tho construction, whichseenres the atmospheric pressure on tho entire plate. I have sold tho exclusivo of said improvement to Dr. L. Oilman, to wit, tho Counties of Frank lin, Washington, Chittenden, Lamoille and Grand Isle. Thoso wishing to avail Uiciiim-Ivcs of such improvement, will call on Dr. Ij. OILMAN, ST. ALBANS Vmotiwr. N. T. FOLSOM. November, 11. 1807. l!)l-tt' A 1,1. RE ADIT. THE- - NEW STEAM MILL! -or - Bingham & Lincoln, Xvnr tliv Freight i)cii), St. Alliaus, VI.. TTll ...!.. I,. ,..., !,,., .,,,.,,... iaiiu., ic.lil lulillll vuiu lui-uii lull; ui Lwiurui and all kinds of grain for feed. This Mill was built by Holmes tfc Illiincliiinl, of Bos ton, of tho'best French Burr, iscomplcto in ovo rv respect, and is capable of crindini! twonty iivo bushels per hour. Being dependent on neither wind or Hoods for nowor, wo can do all work of this kind without hindrance to our cus tomers. Wo shall bo prepared to furnish com in tho kernel, or ground, and at all times fresh and as cheap as elsewhere. ve aro also ready to receive orders for Sash, Blinds and Doors, Mouldings and Houso Finishings of every de scription, ofas good material and workmanship t . ...... ..11..... I.. !.,. L'li.lr. Ull IJIIIUi OUU)J ill UIU IIIUIL'. JOB WORK n-', as Plaining, Matching, Tinning, Scroll Sawing Ac. Done to order with Machinery which is now and of the latest improvements. With those faiili ties to give perfect satisfaction, wo solicit a sliaro ot public patronage BINGHAM Si L NCOLN, St. Albans. Fb. 27. 1S07. 151-tf, New Musical Depot, ST. ALBANS, - - - - VERMOJNT. General Agency for tho STEIN WAY PIANOS, New York; the G. A. MILLER PIANO, Boston, aud tho ESTEY COTTAGE ORGAN, Brattleboro. Vt. ESTEY A CO.'.S COTTAGE ORGAN TBIUMFHANT ! The Vox Humana Tremolo Ciowniiip: Improvement, In addition to tho PATENT HABMONIO AT. 'J'ACUMENT and PATENT MANUAL SCB-JIASE, Estey A Co. have now further than ever eclipsed all rival makers of lictd Instruments, bv tho introduction of their PATENT VOX HUMANA TREMOLO This most wonderful and beautiful addition to the Cottage Organ is acknowledged bv leadinir musical characters in tho country to bo tho tie ius uura oi an improvements on reed msiru monts. THE FIRST PREMIUM Was awarded to this instrument at tho New York Stato Fair and tho Fair of tho New F.nghnd States, Vermont Stato Fair, Missouri Stato Fair, and Iowa Stato Fair, over all other instruments, including Mason A Hamlin's Cabinet Organs, Smith'sAmcrican Organt-, and Taylor A Farley's. It is very important that purchasers bear in mind that tho original and genuine. Cottage Or gan is made by tho House of J. ESTEY A Co.. only. The chief points of supeiiority are patented by them, and of courso are found on the instru ments of no other maker. Tho undersigned has made arrangements to furnish Pianos from any of tho principal New York and Boston makers, on tho most reasonable terms. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. Send for an illustrated circular. Address H. A. LYON, St. Albans, Vt. Music, small musical instruments, and musi cal merchandise, at E. H. HUNTINGTON'S Jewelry Store. Pianos, Organs, and Melodans, at the Biibsciibcrs residence on Fairfield Stieot. 222-tf II. A. LYON. CROCKERY CROCKERY ! I havo just received a larco lot of lirat and second quality of Stono and China Ware, com prising two New and Elegant Patterns called ''Gen. Grant" Patterns. Also a largo stock of Cutlery, Glass and Stono Ware, which I offer for sale cheap. PJoaao call and sec before purchas ing elsewhere, At tho old Farrar Block, ono done north of Georgo H. Farrar's. m . P. G. SKINNEB. St. Albans. Oct 2lth. 18(iC. l3C-t C LOVES of all kinds Just received JC at WM. N. SMITI SMITH A CO'S. CIRCULAR. STATE TREASURER'S OFFICE, MoNTrm.tmi, Vr., Jnn-iiary 1, lgiW. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That und. r the provisions i i an Act or the I.ogUlntim . approved Nov. PJth, ltUIS, no intirest will be al lowed, alter .limitary 1, A 1). 1H70, on inonev In the '1 rc asury of t he .State to the credit or om-'ct s, Soldiers, or their assigiues, which was iveeiud under the iillotment syslimof the United States, and the provisions ol the Aet of the Lecislntun or this Stale, niuuoved Nov. 'JO. lfrtl. There is :i Inri'i. nitmlinr nr t,iiu.!H...1 ..11.. . - " " . ' ..C,.1,. ...IV. Ulelit neemililM t.n I in 1w,..1.u ..f 41.1 ,1. i j ... .....'it-. ,ii ting ,11111.1, nnm- tug bnlatices duo to Oillcers and Soldiers or their i.'iii.v.eiiimies ; n d u is requested mat parties entitled to the same, draw the amount their due, a o uei uiai uic accounts mav be closed at the arliest day practicable. Tlli Aet ol 'nv. IK!! ,-w.,.I.1., I.. ..., thp llpei i4in riT lipli -.mIiIIih. lilt., t.. ,1 ....!.... ... w.... i'iiiii; 111 iiiu nui-iltl. the money due such soldier shall not ho deemed assets 01 such soldier ror the payment of debts Kinum mica souuer, iiiu Mian go to and Ho Held bv i me widow hi sueii souiicr, or next or kin. 'I'll nmilili. ..I 1 -l.i... .. v,""" .i"-J ..in. mill llllltl Clllllirj upon the Stale for thn linl-iiu.nu 1 ,..,r.,... .,.t i ... obtain, the same with the least dclav, the fol- 1.1,1 ,'i.r. ..it.... i . i r i t ' m iii; iiiiwiiUiUKUl 13 lUl IllHIUHl. ORDER of PAYMENT. FtlmT loon Hie iirili.r nt' II n iiaiu,ii. .i..i.. .7 , I, w I'.c.iii, -.urn witnessed, whose name is on the books of this oiiiec, Sr.co.Mi If such person has di cea.ed, and was married, payment will be made, 1st, to the wi dow; 'J1, if tlure be no widow, to his eliild or children (if minors, to the Giiauhau), Tlillil)- If he died unmarried, 1st, to ids la ther; i!d, if the father is dead, to tho mother: Ud. if both parents aredead. so the lirnll htm mul si-dels eollectivelv ; histlv. lo the liens uein . ralh. Aiiiiliciiiitin and J'roof required, in case the .Soldier lias deceased. The claimant or claimants must make a writ ten application, under oath, and over his, her, or their own signature, stating hi, her, or their name, age, residence, connection to the de ceased; with tho letter or name or the enmpanv and regiment to which ho belonged, and the time of Lis death. Piioor. Tho depositions of Iwo credible wil nessos will he required, stating that they are acquainted with tho claimant or claimants, tho relation held to tho deceased, nnd that they (the deponents) aro disinterested. W If the soldier died unmarried, it must bo so staled in tho applications of those claiming to bo the father, mother, broihir or siskr, as well as by the witnesses. BSr Prool' of marriage (record evidence, if possible) must always accompany tho applica tion of those claiming to ho the widows. "J0i!-:v J. A. PAGE. Treasurer. FREE! NOTHING- CHARGED! GIVEN AWAY. Tin's ii no idle brag, but it is as TBUE AS FltEACUIN'G. ti Ml THE HOUSEHOLD," that new and beautiful monthly paper, esprei ally devoted to tho interests of tho American housewife, containing practical hints and sug gentions tor the Veranda, the Drawing-Boom, the Dressing-Boom, tho Library, tho Conserva tory, tho Nursery, tho Dispensary, the Kitchen and the Parlor, the regular snli-eription price of which is il pur year, IS PRESENTED "EltEE OltATIS," for ono full year, to eveiy new yearly subscri ber to The Vermont Hccord and Farmer, who pays J2.00 in advance, the regular subscrip tion price. 7 Eli M ONT JIUSBA N1)S want " The Bkcord and F.vnMr.n," and VE11MOXT II'ITES want " Tub Household. Subscribe for THE FIBST, and we'll give you THE LAST. NOW LOOK! Seo what a treat is in storo for those who take "The VmtnoNT ltcconu and Faumuii" during 18CU. BEV. PLINY II WHITE, President of the Vermont Stato Historical Society; CHAUNOEY K. WILLIAMS, Secretary of tho Butland Coun ty Historical Society ; A. E. BANKIN, Secreta ry of tho Vermont Board of Education ! BEV. H. P CUSHING, G. W. S., of East Bnrkc: PBOFESSOB BEBT DEXTEB, of Boston. Mass., our Corresponding Editor; E. STANLEY FOX, of Boston, Special Market Beportcr; C. HOBAOE HUBBABD, of Springfield, Vt Agricultural Editor havo all been engaged for 180'J. m PLINY II. WHITE Writes for no other paper in Vcvmont. His Historical, Biographical and Obituary Sketches, tho articles of Mr. White. Mr. Wil liams, Mr. dishing, and Mr. Hagar will bo copy righted, and cau bo Obtainedfrom no other Paper xchntecer. Besides this, E. B. Sherman, Esq., of Chicago, III., a nativo Vcrmonter, will contributo 12 arti cles, entitled " Vermonters at tho West." A gentleman in Boston will contributo 12 articles entitled "Yerinonters in Boston." Both of these scries of articles will bo copyrighted, and can bo obtained in no other paper. Vermont Farmers, Ministers, Lawyers, Physi cians, etc., will contributo regularly topics upon which each one is fully posted. As announced above, K. STANLEY FOX, ESQ,, of Boston, Mass., will furnish us tho coming year with tho fullest and most coinpleto Bcports of tho Cattle Markets at Cambridge, Brighton and Medford. These weekly reports will bo pro pared expressly for us, and with an cyo solely to tho interests of Vermonters. They will be the fullest, most coinpleto and useful Mnrkct Bc ports published in Vermont. VERMONT NEWS. This, as heretofore, will bo a specialty. We arc securing an intelligent correspondent in every town throughout tho State, who will fur nish us, each week, with the current nows of their locality, full and complole. Tho news thus sent us will ho arranged in a manner which will enable the reader to turn at onco to anv locality from which ho may desire to hear. 'e are de termined not to be equalled by any of our twiyx -itors in this department. 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