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VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, FEBEUAEY 13, 1869.
orniont Daily Transcript. HTt AliDAKS, VT. Km day, FnimcAitY, 12, lc(i!i. Travolors' Guide. iltlltVAL V I'ARSUNOl'.ll THAINK. From the South anil Kast, G,48 a. in., 11,15 n.iii FronHonse's 1'ohit and West, 7,20 a. m., II, 50 a. in.. 050 p. in. rinin Montreal, 11 4.1 a. ni., 045 p. in. DEi'AllTl'Hr. OK I'ASHKNdKH TltAINl". For thu .South and East, 0 20, a. in., 12 0 in., 7 20 ii.ni. . For House's lVmt and West, 1105 a.m. 2 15 p. in. For Montronl, 0 10 a. in., 0 55 p. in. DAlI.f AllllIVAl. OF BTAOKM AT ST. AU1ANS. From Sweetsburgh and Franklin, 700 p. m. From Hlchford and Sheldon, 500 p. in. From Sheldon, 10 00 a. m. From Hakcrsnold, 1 1 00 a. m. umi.v iiEi'AuirnB ok srAoiis fuom sr. ai.iia.m-. For Franklin and Sweetsburgh, 7 DO a. in. l'or Sheldon and llichford, 8 30 a. m. For Sheldon, 2 00 p. m. For Hakerslkld, 1 00 p. in. Stages call at tho several hotels in town. Htngo offices at tho Trcniont House. fLOSlSO OK THE MAI!., tor New Yolk close at 5 00 a. m. and ' Maib 00 p. in MailH lor Hoston close at 5 a. m. and G00 p.m. Mails for Alban vand the West close at 5 00a.m Mails for Canada close at 5 00 a.m. Southern and Northern way mail close at 5 00 a. in. Strangers' Guide. mllE Y. M. C. A. meets every Monday evening 1 at their rooms over Win. N. Smith's Store, Main Street. Chamjilain Chapter Ni5 It. A. M. meets the third Wednesday evening in each month, at their hall in Union block, Main Street. Columbus Council No. 1, 11. A S. M. meets the feeotid Wednesday evening in each month, at their hall in I'nioii Mock. Franklin Lodge No. 1, F. .V A. M., meets the (list Wednesday evening in each month at their ball in Union Mock, Main Street. Englesbv Lodge No. 81 F. A-A.M. meets the fourth Wednesday evening in each month, at their hall in Union Mock, Main Street. ( 'rvst al Fountain, Temple of Honor No. 1 meet eerv Tucedav evening at their Hall in Hunes lllock, Lake Street. St. Albans Lodge No ;!2. I. O. or (1. T. meets uverv Fridav evening at their Hull in Haines Mock, LakeStreit. Mixing Sun Lodge No. H I. O. of (1. T. meets -verv Saturday evening, at St. Albans liny. St. John the llaptist Henovolcnt Society (Ca nadian) meets on the llrst and third Wednesday evening of each month at their hall over H. H . Huntington's Store. To Al vert Inci-s The Vermont Daily Thans- ltirr has the largest circulation in St. Albans and in Franklin County, of any daily paper, and is on that account, if no other, the best medium fur advertising. Local Items. Oui: Daily. Those wishing to secure copies of our daily paper can do so at Murri field's and Baker's bookstores, as well as of carriers, and at the olllce. Copies of our weekly naper may also lie had at these places. It is windy and slos'.y to-day. Docclas A. Daxkohth. formerly of SI. Albans, is now editinr; the Chicago Journal of Commerce. ll.Mixinthas been appointed post master at West Georgia, vice "YV. II. Warner, deceased. -- Mil. S. M. Phatt, formerly connect ed with tho Commercial College in St. Albnns, has opened a school in AVinoo ski for instruction in iienmanship and book-keeping. J. Bailly Bkkd, an old and well known citizen of Pittstown, N. Y., and formerly a member of the firm of L. V. & J. B. Iteed, proprietors of the old Troy and Burlington lino of stages, died on the Gth inst., aged G!) years. - A Ghhat AVouk Duly Avimiecia ri:n. AVearo not surprised to learn that Mr. E. iTnyncs, agent for Dr. "West's Complete Analysis of the Bible, Is re ceiving a very liberal patronage fortius work in the village of St. Albans. The work needs only to be examined to bo appreciated by any intelligent person. The ablest clergymen in America have commended this work in the highest terms. Columns of testimoni als might be printed, but the following are sufficient for all purposes with our readers. From Row H. C. Biggs, pastor of the Congregational Church, St. Albans. Of the value of "West's Analysis of the Bil lei am fully persuaded having used it in the analyitcal study of tho Sacred Scriptures for several years. I appreciate it more and more highly as my use of it Is continued. By a comparison of the last edition of the work, the edition forwhlch Mr. Ed garllaynesis now soliciting subscrip tions In St. Alb ms, with the edition which I .have so long used. I find that many valuable additions have been made to the work as originally issued As tho work is now presented to tho public, it commends itself as complete for the end had in view In its publica tlou. Fiom Rev. J. I. Bliss, pastor E. C 'PLici wnrlr will urnvn n vnlimLIn niil In tlio qIikIv nftlio Ttili'n From Rev. II. K.Cobb, pastor M. E.G. I think this a valuable help to the s u iy cf the Scriptures. From tho Rev. Wm G Walker, pastor B. C: Every one who reads und studies the Scriptures should have this work. It will pny for itself In the time saved by its aid. I would not be wit bout it for treble its cost. , Tin: " Jhd. P. Blake" farm on Mls isquol ltlver, in .Sheldon, belonging to ! the estate, of Hon. C. .1. Snxe, of Troy, X. V., together with all the stock and farming implement!, has been purohas ed by James W. Iknty, if Franklin, for $20,000. AndoYKH. At present the town of Andover, has no lawyer or doctor, and but one clergyman, no store, grocery, gristmill, und but one blacksmith shop, ycl over one hundred copies of agricult ural papers are taken by its 120 voter. ltAiLitoAi) Extension. The Pas Kiimpsic railroad extension, via the Mas sawlppi route, is being rapidly count rue ted, Between four and live hundred men are at work on it, and it in expect ed that car.4 will run through to Que bec by ( lie 1st of July next. KxTUNsivu Wokks. The principal manufacturing intercut at Yergonncs Is tlie extensive works of Hayes, Falar do & Co., who occupy a building l.'JSxoS, and four stories in height, every availa ble foot of which in used in the manu facture of doors, sash, blinds and mould ings. They employ from CO to 75 men, and last year used up over one million feet of lumber. - Fatal Accident. A fatal accident occured at AVcst llutland on "Wednes day afternoon the particulars of which are thus related by tho Herald: While the workmen in the marble quarry of Shcldons & Slasons were raising a huge blocl of marble, weighing about ten tons, from t'.ie quarry, by mentis of a derrick, and just as it had cleared the roof, which Is built over the quarry to protect it from the cold and snow, and was being swung around, the iron chain around the block gave way, tho block bieaking through the roof ami falling to the bottom of the quarry, nearly fifty feet in depth. Samuel "Ward, aged 21 years, and Felix Lavcrne, aged 10 years, were at work drilling in tho quarry di icctly under the falling stone, and were instantly killed. Edward Maguinley and Luke Lamondon, who were work ing near, also received bruises about the head, but which will net prove of a very (serious nature. Vkkmoxt Aouicultuha l Society. At u meeting of the above Society, held at Burlington, on Wednesday, the 10th lust, for the purpose of arranging for the next annual fair, the following pioceed ings were had : Henry Keyes. the President of the Society, in the chair. In tlie absence of Henry Clark, secre tary, John Gregory was appointed sec retary jro tern. Voted, That the herd premiums lor the next fuir consist of one bull, not un der two years old, 2 milch cows, 2 heif ers, not under 2 years old, two yearling heifers, 1 bull calf and 1 heifer calf. Voted, That John Gregory be asso ciated with Henry Clark on printing Voted, That Henry S Morse, of Sel- burnc, be general superintendent. I otca, Tliat hamucl Ivarts, of Corn wall, be superintendent of Mechanics' hall. Voted, That W.; H Root, of Burling ton, bo superintendent of floral hall. Voted. 'Flint Henry BKent, of Dorset. be superintendent of horses. Voted, 'mat Henry nay ward, oi itut- land, bo superintendent of cattle. Voted. That II M Newell, of Shei- bttrnc, be superintendent of sheep. Voted, That John Gregory, Henry Chase und C II Hubbard bo a commit tee to make arrangements for discus sions during the evenings of tho fair. Voted, That no tickets tie sold at our ofilec but sliiRle admission tickets. Voted, That we hold the next annual lair at Burlington, on the second Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in September. Voted, That when we ntliourn it he to meet in Burlington, Monday, August 2;!rd. Voted, That wo open a premium list to the world, that all may compete, sub ject to the rules of the Society. Flic above meetlnc was fully attend ed, l!i out of 22 Directors being present. y a's and Otliev Items. George Francis Train pronounces An drew Johnson an obstinate cuss. AVlilniile, tlie essayist, has severed his connection with tho Boston Trauscript. How much docs a fool weiih? A simple-ton. "When Autumn is married to "Winter, tho wedding-cake is always frosted. little shaver A barber's boy. Natural politeness The boughs ot trees. Without counting the Bothschilds, there are in Paris about 150 Israelites whoso combined fortunes amount to about $200,000,000. A ciirar, seven feet longnnd welKhinir thlrtv pounds, lias been mado in New unvcii. it la oi icai looacco, aim is auout a foot in clrcumlercnce. it is proposed to present It to Gen. Grant. Tho extenslvo authority of parents under Chinese laws is wen Known. A Chinese of forty years old, whose aged mother lloggeu him every day, shed tears In the company of one of his friends. " "Why do you weep ?" " Alas, things are not as they used to be. Tho poor woman's arm grows feebler every day!" A boy was sent by his mother to saw somc stove wood out of railroad ties. Going out doors shortly after, she found the youth sitting on tho saw-horse with head down. The mother asked her hopeful son why ho didn't keep at his work ? Tho boy replied thus : ".My dear mother, I llnd It liard, very hard, to sever old ties." A colored woman In Petersburg. Va., lately gave birth to twins, whoso oodles were joined together at the sldo, the junction extending from a point near the llivt rib down to tho fifth. Both bodies were perfectly formed, and the children wen? apparently healthy and born in the fullno.--' of time, but lh",v died at their birth. In order to an-use the ehlldicn on a Sabbath, a lady was engaged in reading from the Bible thestory of David and Goliah,and, coming to thai passage in which Goliuh so boast ingly and defiant ly dnred the young sttipllng, a little chap, almost in his first trousers, said: " Sister, skip that, skip that : he' blow ing ! I want to know who licked !" t Fcilox MahivKT. Just received, a nice lot Dried Beef, Sugar Cured Hams, p,i,w,i... ,. .,V,,i i,j..tiu MV, I. ologna Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, 1 o-, matoes, Pours, Ponchos Y ater Melons and Musk Melons iltf-!)l -- Lou,' Jlvrr. , , A choice lot ot Siberian eed heat ; for sale. Black Sea Vhcat, Hungarian Seed Oat, Xoxn Scotia Plaster, Brad ley's Phosphate of Lime, Hay Seed, Clover Seed, Northern and Wcrlorn Corn, Oats, Buckwheat, &e, as usual. Choice brands of Flour arriving, and on baud, worth from $7 to $1-1 per bbl., all of which will be hold at a small ad vance, ('all and examine. S. C. NOBLE, St. Albans, Feb 1st, 1S0I). d&wtf d220 wo4 Furnishing goods of every variety at No. 12, Darrow Block. L. McD. Smith & Co. Do not buy any Clothiny or Furnish itiff Goods without looking at the stock al No. 2, Darrow Block. L. McD. Smith & Co. The New York Tribune says, the rea son why Plantation Bitters are so gene rally used is owing to the laet that they are always made up to the original stan dard, ami of pure material, let the price be what it will. The Tribune just hits the nail on the head, for Plantation Bit ters are not only made ol pure material, but the people are told what they are made ol, as the recipe ts wrapped around each bottle. Don't go home without a bottle. Magnolia Watkii. Superior to the best imported German Cologne, and sold at half the price. d & w. Overcoats selling at less than cost at No. 2, Darrow Block. L. McD. Smith & Co. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SALS. T Mir. Mihseiiher oilorsfor sale the TItEMONT HOUSE, in St. Albnns: said liouso is in ood repair and capable of accommodating two hundred persons. Tor further particulars en quiro at tlie hoiifo. S L.MANN. St. Albans. Veb, !), W.t. t233-tf LOST AT HUEllKN SHEPAltlVS Hotel, Georgia Centre on tlie morning of Thursday, Jan. liilth, a CALFSKIN WALLET, containing $25.00 in American currency, (the property of Washington Engine Company No 1.) and a travelling Card from lledford Division S. of T. A suitable reward will be given to any ono leaving the above at this oflico, or returning it W. W. CONGElt, 2l!l-2w Ferris Avenue. F U R N I T U R E KITTREDGE & FULLER, (st'ccKsson- to i;rnui:i)ou A w.viso.n,, tT7"OL'Ll) respectfully announce to the citi Yt zens of Franklin 'County, that thoy have mado cxtoiiftve. additions to their stock, and aro now prepared to wait on their fi lends, witli pri ces tliat cannot fail to suit. We have just re ceived a tine assortment of Wall Paper and Border, CIIAMUKU SKTS, DIMXC, CHN'TKIl mill K.Vl,'RXSfON TAltl.ICS, SOh'AS, !.OlJKS, millKAl'S, HAT THKKS, AVIIAT-VOTS, (ilAIltS, .WATTItA.NS US SIMtl.XU 1JKI, COKFIXS, CASUISTS, V1XI0V-SHAIES, PICTUUK.KK AM R Siv. In fact, everything Kept in Furniture Itooms will be found at our Store, Ware- Darrow Block, Opposite Charles Wyman's. Taking this occasion to thank tho old patrons of Kittredgo A- Watson forpast favois, wo hopo by low prices and strict attention to our business to rnciit and receive a continuance of tho same and a share of the publio patronage. Call and examine our goods and prices before pui chasing elsewhere. ,, GEO. H. KITTUEDGE, AUSTIN W. FULLEli. 2;Htf G10 'I r iiu TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for your lllack Sack Coatb. SHIHTS and Drawers ot allkinds nowopeiim id WM. N. SMITH, A CO'S. FOU SPUING STYLE OF S1L1C HATS, call at WM. K. SMITH Jt I Mm best stock of Clothing in tho Statu Juat . received at W.M. N. SMITH. A CO'S, CLOSING OUT -ON- LAKE STREET. 1rU)U the nest Sixty Days, we will sell Cloth ? ing at prices to suit tlie puivlwer in or der to makorooin for Sprinir Goods. Those in want of It ady Made Clothir.g, Fur nishing floods. Hats A Cans, Hoots ,V Shoes, in 'act ii LltVlHIMt comprising a lnt t.las 1!(a(1 v Mai,c c!()tllilU; . ml rmishlng ad siv,.. j'hose in wii-t of fact HVEItYTHlNO comprising a Fiit Class OVERCOATS can get ono ut u price which tlll make it an ob- jeet to buy een if they do not want it till anoth er winter. Alati,'! a.-Miitioriil i. I niler Suits, PANTS AND VESTS, Styles too Many to Mention. Please Give us a Call Before Purchasing Elsewhere. MORTON & PERCJjT, LAKE STKEKT. "r or" SAI XT. QN.: HrNDltF.l) TON'S of HAY. Kniuiro of jAsrnn .Ub.xns, Feb. 2nd, 1HG9. 11AM). 221 St. P0IS0KED TO DEATH liy Hating Adulterated Confectionery. Special despatch to tho Huston Journal Xr.w Yom;, January 10, 1800. A little (,'irl died at Patterson yesterday from eating colored candies. They were eaten by tho child at Newark on Christmas, since which time she has been suffering greatly, tho sl;in break ing out in sores, and the body swelling until dentil put an end to her agony. The man who, for sinful love of pelf, Adulterates our food by compounds vile, Is lit for treason, stratagem or spoils Let no such man be trusted, l'm-chasers desirous of a pure article, are guaranteed that every particle of Confectionery manufactured by me is as pure as tho very best Stuart's Crushed sugar. Tlie Wholesale Trade will lind a large assortment at SOUTHMAYD & CO's, corner of Tremont and liromfield Streets, Hoston Shattuck &. Stranahan, Agents. 228-lw NOTICE. TO FAHMEHS AND OTHERS. Tho subscrib JL ers having purchased and fitted up in good order, tho Woolen Mill at Swanton l'alls, for merly known as l'latt's Factory, aro now pre pared to manufacture Cloths or Yarn for cus tomers, or exchango the saino for wool. A lib eral share of patronage solicited, and satisfac Hon guaranteed. N. U. Oftico in south end of Factory, where mavbo found tho booki and accounts of the lato linn of Piatt & Hinkley. 219-tf MEIGS k HINKLEY. AGENTS WANTED FOU Secrets of tlie Great City, A Work descriptive of the VIRTUES and tho VICES the MYSTERIES. MISERIES and CRIMES of New York City. IF jou wish to know how Fortunes aro made And lodt in a day; how shrewd Men arc ruined in Wall Street; how Countrymen aro swindled by Sharpers; how Ministers and Mer chants are" blackmailed; how Dance Halls and Concert Saloons are Managed; how Gambling Houses and Lotteries aro conducted; how Stock raid Oil Companies Originate und how tho Hub bies burst, read this work. It contains 35 Hue engravings; tells all about tho Mysteries and Crimes of Now York, and is tho Spiciest mid Cheapest work of tlie kind published. PRICE only $2.50 Per Copy. rSend for Circulars and see our terms, and a full description of the work. Address, JONES MIOTHERS, k CO., Philadelphia, Pa. OiVTJTIKN Inferior worka of a similar character arc being circulated. Sco that tho sooks vou buv contain 3& tine engravings and bell at'S- per copv. 2202 SHIltTS and DHAWlSHS, and Over Shirts oi all kinds, just received at Wm. N. SMITH, & CO'S. MARY A. CROFT'S ESTATE. rpiIE SUHSCHIBEHS having been appointed J. by tho Honorablo Probate Court tor tho Disttict of Franklin, Commissioners, to receive. examiuo and aditibt allchiima and demands of all persons against the estate of Mary A. Croft lato of Fail Held, in naid District deceased, and all claims and demands exhibited in offset thereto, do heroby givo notice that six months from the 2d day of February, A, D 1809, aro allowed bv said Court to tho croditors of said deceased, to exhibit and urovo their respective claims beforo us. and that wo will attend to tho duties of our appointment at tho dwelling house ot uetsey uonuni H, in t atrticiu. in pain .District, on tho 2d dav ot August, A. D., 18(19, from 9 o'clock in tlio forenoon till I o'clock in tho af ternoon, on eacli of said days. Dated at Fuiriield, litis 2d day of Fehruarv, A, P., lSd'J. 251-W.3 Good Dairy Farm ITIOHKALEIN MOHUISTOWN, within onc : half milo of Morristown village. Farm contains about eighty-live acres of good land, sixty acres cleared, and tho remainder wood-land. Four hundred Sugar or Majilo trees, witli Sap inns aim migar otensiis. A young Apple Orchard of about 150 trees, mostly in noarmg. House 30 x 40. in irood rcnair. witli i:ood eel lar. Darn !i2 x 01, with cellar under thu whole and in good repair. Hunnitig water at house and barn, and nasturcd well watered. Forty tons of hay cut from twenty acres will be sold with tlio farm if desired. Seven Cows, !3 yearling heifers, 10 sheep, and a span of good woik horses will bo sold with tho placo if desired, and all farming tools. All to be sold verv cheap for cash. W. 11. POWEVS, Morristown, Aug. 15, 180). asowir. FULL Suits iu largo variety at WM. N.SM1TII. A CO.'U BOYS Over Crati or all kinds at WM. N. SMITH, & CO'd. BOYS and Youth's Clothing of all kinda just re ceived at WM". N. SMITH, 4 CO'8, Wliat's in a Name ? SOU TH M AY DS PURE CONFECTIONERY, THE REASON WHY ! 11. L. SAMSON & Co. I .) t lit 'HASH their Confectioner Mir of South- in.id ,v "o., but of the same parlieH they houthnund A Co. purchase of, in Hoston and New i ork,"aud therefore can supply tho trade as cheap as Southmayd A Co., ami Hint's wliat's th- matter. U'-'iMI II. L. SAMSON oi Co. Tor sale. BEINti about to leave town, I wish to dispose of my residence on Northlield St., which will be sold for a rcasoneble sum. For itttth'T particulars enquire of me. 14Ji-.T-t r. 11. F. WILLIAMS. SACK COATS FOU SPUING, go to WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. B LACK Pants and Vesta of all kinds iust re ceived at WM. X. SMITH, ,f;CO'S. BLACK Sack t oats in nverv shlo, at WM. N. SnifthA CO'S, Smith's new block. t O !:'. WM. !. SMITH, ,V Co. for good har JT gains in clothing anil Hats and Caps, and every thing in their line. C00LEY & DAUCIIY'S ADVERTISE MENTS. 150 Teachers Wanted. t7.- TO ) Sir.O PEP. MONTH ; for full particulars "The People's Journal,'' Philadelphia, addrc Pa. 233-lw lb 1 AA (kOnn per month salary paid to plUW 10 ?piUl good Agents to sell our I'alvnt Son-cnrvosive While WiVc Clothesline. State age and past occupation, and address tho American Wire Co., 75 William St., N. V., or 1(1 Hearliorn ht., Chicago, in. 4v AGENTS WANTED, -For the onlv steel engraving of Gen. Or inland his family pumisheu with tncir approval, r.i graven ny Sartain. Size 15 by 19, $2.00. 100 per cent, to agents. Address OOODSPEED A CO., Chica- o, or iso.;w rant Jtow, is. l. 4v XEW BOOk 200 ENtiKAVINflS. Tlio Farmer's and Mechanic's Manual, edited by Oeo. K. Waring, Jr., author of "Draining for Profit," " Elements of Agriculture," Ac. A book of great valuo to evcrv one. Send for 10 pago circular. Agents wanted. TltEAT .V CO.. Pub lishers, 031 Broadway, N. Y. -lw THE CHltlSTIAN, GO CENTS. A larce. live. 8 imco monthly, religious and family paper, full of facts, providences, inci dents, music, poetry, trno stories, pictures, reading for young, old, saints, sinners, ono and all. No sectarianism, controversy, politics, puffs, pills, or patent medicines. 00 cokth a vr.An ; iu coriKs ron ?.. l or Hiiniiay scnoois, 10 conies $1. Send 10 cents for threo specimens beforo you forget it. Yol. 1 begins Jan. 1809. 1000 pages now live tracts for $1. Address H. L. HASTINGS. Scriptural Tract llepository, 19 LindallSt., Boston, Mass. ''HE MEDICINE FOU WHOOIMKti COUCH. Doild's Nervine and Invigorator gives agnea blo and almost instant relief in the spasms of Whooping Cough. This is a complaint that all children aio expected to havo; and when it comes, strange to say, they aro lclt to light it through as best they can, littlo or nothing be ing dono to break its intensity or help the suf ferers along. And when it is reflected that very nianv of the discuses of older and adult years havo their origin in tho tear aud strain of Whoop ing Coii'.'h. this neglect would bo utterly unac countable but for tho fact that children's dis eases, like many ot thu weaknesses of women, are consiuercuso niuen a matter oi course t nut people have becomo stoically unconcerned about them. Let them cough it tlirough, as we did, seems generally to bo tlio unfeeling word. Whooping Cough is a nervous disease, and Dodd's Nervine and Invigorator treats it witli complete succoss. Mothers try it. and savo your littlo ones the worBt agonios ot this dis- . t , i i !..... r.i! liuMiiK inn luiiiii, .vruiu nuu ; iiiiicciii .ueill fitle. IMPOUTANT CEltTIFICATE. srr.r.uv cfr.i: ron wnooriNii couon1 J. Y, PixKirr. Esij., Brooklyn, X. Y. I am not in the habit of taking advertised medicines, nor of certifying to their curative effects when they come under my observation; but I feel constrained to mako an exception in favor of DODD'S NEHVINE AND INVIGOHA TOH, a medicine I havo used iu my family for some timo past. My littlo daughter had been suffering from sevcro Whooping Cough for seve ral weeks, anil was so niuen uroucn oi rest at night that by excessivo coughing and loss cf sleep her constitution and general health scorned to bo giving away. Various remedies or paitatives wero recommended by intimate neighbors, but nothing was tried until our at tention was called by a physician now in prac tice, to Dodd's Nervina. This wo procured and commenced using at onco with an effect im mediate and surprising. As tlio convulsions wero hardest at night, wo began by giving tlie Nervine on her going to bed, Tho (list dobe administered mado its impression ; tho cough lieeamo less frcnuent. and very much loss se vere sho soon got her accustomed sloop -rapidly revived in health and vigor--and iu a few days wasi as well as ever. Wnat was left of tho WhoonniL' Coutrh was there-after of no trouble. Of course I canuot but consider Dodd's Nervine and invigorator an iuvaluablo remedy for this distressing malady. I may add; that I have since recommended it to soveral family friends, inliko circumstances, and havo found it in ev ery case to no equally successtui. it neens oniy to ne Known to come nun uuivcib.h (icmauii. J. W. PKCKETT. For sals by Di-nggUts. Prico Ono Dollar. 55.W-8-W iTTfiirr nThwrrr"1 '1993 sfi & fjfi kLi iBkVAw!BTHB Dr. JNO. V. BURTON'SX T0BACG0 ANT W1BK1MTED M IHUn ALL DKJIRJCf OH TOBiCCO. It tntlrtty veyttabli (Bui harmleit. irfturifitt And tnrichtt th) blood, luilgor.leVlbo ijitemiosimcs great DOuriib lux tod .tienctbeDlDxitf wtr, Ifitu excellent tonlo nd up. pettier, enable! tbe itciaifhia dlRitit the beurtleu food, nuke, deep refretblne, U ett.Wl.hu iobuil bethn. Suu&tri owl tkiicert fiftixftjeart cured. 1'tlce Fifty ceali per bai, pott rrpC An IntTSuIni; treatlie on tbe In. Jurtoui effect! of toCicco, wlih llstttxjeitlinonlils, refer ncei. tc, SE.fTKCi. Arcente wtntedAddren I BALE BY ALL DRUCQI3f iution, BTiro of hambuf Imlut I7r(tifinr x (vpyrlqhtil. BY TELEtxRAPtl I'oi'ihi Vtt'nioHt 'JY(tithriit. LATEST NEWS. Nr.w Yohk, 12th. A Witsliliigton dosputch pays, n letter received from tlio coininniKler of the revolutionary party in Culm, dated at his camp, contains the assurance that the iiiHti wnts can hold out against the Spanish forces, and tliat more arms is all they need to make the revolution a complete succe&f. The representatives of the revolution ists hero are still pressing our govern ment for recognition as belligerents. The relatives of Atzerodt yesterday made application to the President for tho privilege of removing his remains to the family burial ground. The President granted the request. A Paris paper says, Gen. Santa Anna is at tho head of an enterprise the object of which is to place a European upon the Alexican throne. Gen. Toboda, the military director of the expedition, has received from tlio Provisional Government permission to carry with him 300 Spanish ofllcors. The French, Austrian and English Governments, it is rumored, subscrib ing 20,000,000 for the success of Santa Anna aud his enterprise. News from Now Zealand announces that the Maories have been defeated in two sucecssivo battles, and tranquility prevail". Ni:w Youic, 12th. A Montreal despatch says, Whalen's body was to have been waked at Otta wa, but tho government refused to givo it up. The Fenians here say they will give him a bigger funeral than McGce had, and if the body is withheld thoy will get up a demonstration. All who walk in tho procession will wear green sashes swathed in crape. If any demonstration takes place, th 'rc is sure to lie a riot, as the authori ties are on the alert Much uneasiness was felt at llrst in Fenian circles, lest Vhulen should speak. Mrs. McGee addrestcd a touching let ter to "NVhalen, forgiving him for tlie murder of her husband, iu view of tho awful position iu which he was now placed. CuiCACio, 12th. The two woman suffrage conventions commenced to-dav. Xi:w Yokk, 12t.i. The body of Mrs. Gamble, who was supposed to have boon poisoned some time last August, and whoso husband was examined at tho timo on a charge of committing tho deed, has been in the morgue in this city since the close of tho judicial proceedings, awaiting a cer tificate of burial, and tho coroner held an invostigasion yesterday. The jury rendered avordict of death fron unknown cauo. PiTTSiiuitG, Pa., 11th. The glass works of Adams, Powers & Co., iu this city, were destroyed by fire this n.m. Loss, $10,000. New Yohk, 12th. Gold 13jJ. To Kent. rIOMMEKCIAL College Hooms; possession J rivi-n Kent.. 1st. Thren ltonmu ensv ot access, and very pleasant situation for Club Hooms or offices. WM. N. SMITH. SI. Albnns Aug. 3, 18lis. d70lt LOST. BETWEEN Pulton Market, .St. Albans, and tho Fair Ground, or on it, a dark colored niorroeco wallet, containing $151, and a receipt from Severance A Co.. Hoston. to E. O. Gallar. The finder will receive a reward ,f ioQ on return ing tho wallet to E. O. GALLAH. St. Albans P.ltlt Petit.. 1608. nllltf G. B. SMITH, Hetail Dealer in. HATS, CAPS, & FURS Uuffnlo and Fancy Sleigh Hobos, Fur Ovcrcoals, Ladies' Dress Tura, Fur and Uuck Gloves Mittens, Umbrellas, A'O , Ac. Also agent for Giowr ul Ilaker's Sowing Machine, Monitor Block, Lake Sired, St. A tonus, Vt. 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