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VERMONT DAILY TRANSCRIPT, FEBHUABY 12, L869.
xi: ir a J) run tishsmx ts. FOR SALE. rrUIH UNDERSIGNED offiT Tor ale Unit J. STEAM MILL, now uhcc! for the racturing of Sash. Doois, Blinds Mouldings, ami House-Finishings of r.U kinds. Alo. Custom tirih 31 Ul. Tho abovo being in good limning order, this is a rare chanco to enter into n nuoii nml well established busines". For full particulars emiuirc at tliu mill, or by ",al,r BINGHAM A- LINCOLN. St. Albans, Jan. 7. ISC). 1OT-If. " MISSISQUOI RAILROAD. rpilK undersigned Cniiiliiit-sioncis appointed JL by the Act of the Legislature of the Stat or Vermont, approved November lltli, 1807, in corporating tbo Missisquoi Railroad Company anil bv tlio Act or said Legislature at tho scs uion tliercof in 18C3 amending said Act r incor poration, give notleo that a meeting or the. stockholders of said corporation will bo bold at the Frontier Houso. in the village of Noith Trov, on tho 10th of February, iar.it. nt 1 o clock p.m'., for tbo putposo of clrotui a Roaid ol Di rectors of said Corporation. W D Crano, CS Cutting, Luther Baker, .1 E Diekorni.-.n, S D I'cndar, L W Clark, 0 II Benton, 0 L Sleeper, S R Davis, Joseph Smith, Elisha Lane, Levi Spalding. Husscll Cumings, "en It Lane, ffm O Elkins, E O niinctt, II C Wilson, L H Bisbeo, I, ItobitiBon, A T IVfcr, EU Palmer. . February 2, liiGO. ll222-f Agents Wanted -$10 a Day, two $io maps roil $-t. LLOYD'S Patent Revolving Double Maps Of America mill Kurope, Aiurrli-n mill t lie t'liltril SluU-s of Aiucririi. Colored in 1000 Counties. MM1ESE great Maps, now jiiHt completed, show every placo of importance, all Railroads to date, and tho latest alterations in the various European States. Tho Maps aro needed in every School and family ;n the land the occupy tho space of one Map, and by meaiiB of the Rnverscr, either sido can be thrown front, and any part brought level to tho eye. County lilguts ami large iiisuoiiui k en m guim nm um, Apply for Circulars, Terms and Sample Maps, l. ' " T.I.MVII'H MAP lUTIll'.AU. to 23 Cortlandt St.N. Y dlHS-w'il'.Uin St. Albans Dining Rooms, LAKE ST. ST. ALBANS, DOWNING it STEERE P O P 11 1 E T O Ji S TTAHM JIEALS or Lunches served at all T hours, in tho best stylo. Fresh Baltimore Oysters. Ueeeivcd daily and supplied to the Trado at wholesale prices. iuui d.vwii Goldsmith & Seavey, GADCOMB'S BUILDING, XORTJrMATNM., ST. ALBANS, Vt Life, Fire, Inland and Accidental Insurance effected in llcliahlc Companies. I.ma cquiiubly adjusted and J'ronqtt- Paid lOld&wlf Ladies, IF vou require a desirable reniedv. use the bist DR. HARVEY'S FEMALE PILLS, four degrees stronger than they are intended for special cases. ntici;, oxr. doixaii i'i:it r.ox. Private circulars sent free. Enclose stamp. If you cannot procure tho pills encloso tho money and address UltYAN" k CO., Gl Cr.iwi STitEET, New York, and on receipt they bu went well sealed by return mail. 18fleod-H2IS-ly Come and See!! Come and Try TUB HOWE, AND THE WX3ED Xew Ftmiln St' winy Mticliinex! He.st irachincs made. Shuttle, Straujhl Xcedle, Every mncliine warranted, Olllco opposite Tremont JIou.se. ilw-tf J. S. WEEKS, Ayrut, Bryan's Life Invigorator, Oil P.FJFVEMATING ELIXI11, For all derangeniciits of the Urimrv organs. It gives LIFE, HEALTH, AND STliENOTH, to all who uso it and follow my directions. It novcr fails to removo Nervous Debility, Impo tency or want of Power, and all weaknesses urising from indiscretion, resulting in loss of memory, unpleasant dreams, weal; nerves, head ache, nervous trembling, general lassitude, dimness of vision, Hushing of tho sKin, which if neglected, will surely lead on to Insanity or consumption. When tbo B.vbtem is oneo aflcct i d, it will not recover without help. It must bo invigorated and strengthened, to enable the sufferer to fulfil the duties of life. This mcdicino has been tested for many years, and it is warranted a certain erne, no 'matter how bad the case may bo. Hundreds of cer tillcateu can be shown. Price ono Dollar per bottle, or six bottles for five Dollars, SOLI) J1Y ALL DllUGQISTiS, If you cannot procuro it send a statement of your easo ana encioso mo money to jjuvax x Co., CI Cedar street, Now York, und it will bo hcnt you. On receipt of Fivo Dollars, a boltlo nearly equal to seven small will bo sent to any express offlco in the United States, charges paid. Private, circulars sent free on application, (en closo stamp.) lb!)eod-w218-ly LAID WOOL HHIIITS ir. largo variety of styles, now opening at WM. N. SMITH .V CO'fl. BARRE ACADEMY, mi!H Spring Term will luftin on Thursday, JL February 18. Application, board, Ac, address 11 J. S. SPAULDING, Banc, Jan. 10, Ibli'.i. 252-lw Agents Wanted. Foil i hi; l'l'"WV.'s I'm mix til Conybearo & Howson's Life and Epistles of SAINT PAUL. With nn KU.ipinil and able Preliminary Dissertation by Rov. LEONARD BACON, D. D. Of Yale College. over l.oi.o large octavo pages. As Exact Reprint ortho latest English "PEO PLE'S EDITION," and diferent from nil otheiv, bv the substitution, by the authors, of transla tfons and notes in English, in pl.iceof numeroiw quotations r.nd notes in foreign languages. Combines the result of accurate scholarship, antiquarian lcsearch and personal observation - h ained and popular, Pre, llopkhm, Wil liams College. I heartilv eonmiuid this hook.-'m. II do rey, Valo College. Tlio most complete ami sausiaoim.v nraiwr in modern literature. Edinburgh Her inc. A perfect Magazine or laetH, fwxyi i. ir. f'liirk: of Ciueiiinati. It in the one book upon the " New Testament " which etcry family, and especially every Sun day School Teacher should, if possible, procure itu'd studv. J'rofcfuo)' 1'oicr, of Yale. A rich mine of instruction. Prof. Khraril .1. Park, Anilover Theological Seminary. It is nitercsting, l nun aiinosi sum iusciiihuiik, to coinmoii minds. -Prnf. J'oml, l.nngor. Comnieiiding tins book is but gililing goui. -iVi". C. II. Taylor, JK J)., Cincinnati. It is invaluablo to the student and general reader. llifliop Yillia)ni, of Conn. Ono of tho most interesting and instructive works that has over fallen under my notice. 7Vf.t. Cnsireil, Urown s university. Every intelligent Hiblc reader should possess a copy. Prcfiilcnt Edirards, Washington and .icllcrson uoncge. l'onn. I recard it as ono of the besl books over writ ten,- Prof. Noicr, Hartford. Send for our descriptivo circular, giving lull particulars and terms to Agents. Addiess, S. S. SCKANTUX A Co. 125..-Iw Publishers, Hartford, ( mn. THE VER510NT Life Insurance Company, ItUHLlXOTOX, VT. Oj)l't PicSh Jiuitdimjs, Collere Street. riMILS Company liming eomploled its oigani X zation is now fully prepared to issuo all kinds of Life and Endowment "olicies. Policyholders participate in the profits of tho Company. Dividends declared and paid annual ly after the first year. " Liberal arrangements made with fir.-.t clasH canvass-cr. DllMX'TOltH. Toncv E. Wales, Lemuel IJ. Piatt, Samuel Huntington, James A.Shedd, llussel S. Tuft, Ilodnoy ,S. Wires, Nathaniel Parher, J. I). Hatch, Geo. F. Edmunds, Omri A. Dodge, F. C. Kennedy, Lav. rr nee llavnen, Attorney A .Tiulgo Probate. Manufacturer. Merchant, Merchant. President. Oen. Ins. Agent. Pres. ISurlmgton Oas Co. William Street. U. S. Senator, Pres. 1st Nat'l Paul;, P.ur Hngton. Manager litirlingtoii Woolen Slills. Lumber Dealer. OKF1C12H.S. Itus.-nll S. Talt, President. Podney S. Wires, Vice President. Wan en Gibbs, .Secretary. Samuel AV. Thayer, M.D., Medical Counsel SID. P. GATES, Agent, St. Albans, ino-d&w lm MYROH BUCK'S INSURANCE AGENCY S T. A L 11A XS, VT. no mi: ii'suitANCR co., Now Haven, Conn. Capital, H,0o0,000. Snrplm, ill 0,070. '1. NATIOVA1. I.VSi;jtA.("K C., lioston, MaM. Capital, iROO.UCn. Surplus, JIM.OOO lXTUIt.VATIOXAI. IXSUIIACl. CO., New York. Capital, J;IOO,000. Surplus, Ii01,80"i!)a GVAKDIAN .tlUTUAI iAPK IXSlTIJ.,Vt'E f () 31 I A X V , New Yoi!;. Asetls, over j 1,000.000, AA. LOSSES PROMPTLY AD JUSTED AND PATH, ill.-.l v24?-lv 50 Per Cent Reduction, Notice to Merchants, Bankers, Brokers, Publishers, Stationers, Prin' ters, Companies, Lawyers, Archi tects, Schools, Clergymen. I circulars, lirlecs-etirrent. letters, limitations. catalogues, music, or any documents or draw ings may no oDtaineu at tim loiiowing extra ordinary cheap prices. 100 copies, fao similes, of any document or drawing Ac., $2. 500 copies f5, 1000 copies ?8, Ac, 100,000 copies J 450, or, CO per cent upon tho above pri ccs may bo saved bu ushui Maurice's Patent An tographio printing press, for olllces, publishers, stationers, printers, scnoois, companies, sc., juico 580. A young boy can strike oil' 100 copies, icner uizo, pur uour ui uuy document, urawing, music, with tho greatest facility. Maurice's Patent States llights are Mild at moderates prices. Fublio ONperimciits each Saturday. N. 11.- -All kinds of Lithographic work are done with tho greatest caro at tho lowest rates. Maurice's Patent Autographic, and Litliogra- pnio printing, wining ami engraving establish ment. 10 North William Street, New York. 180-cod-ly T ANTH AND VESTS, for Full and Winter Lgotc YJU. n, SJUTJl, it CO'S, 0 WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for your nanta nun vest. r. u c c J. Ok Si & O O "1 o 5 a " ci in o 1 M W in o u l-t u Ph 1 B " r P 5 rrH .s 2 5 EH 2 tcfiS co a - 2 3 Wo M LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST Phoanix Mutual LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY oi' ii Aicrroiti), coxx. ITS ASSETS ARE NEARLY 8,000,000. ANNUAL INCOME, NEARLY TWO MILLIONS, AMI roShTASTLV INXIIIIASI.NU. Annual Dividends, oO Per Cent. All its Policies aro Non-Fmfeiting! No re striction on Travel, Location or Employment 1 Dividends upon tho full Premiums paid on all its Tables I Notes taken if desired for half of tho Premium for tho iirst four years, and in case of death, they aro paid by tho Dividends and given up and not deducted from tho Policy, and The Full Amount of Insurance is raid. It has paid in losses to its Policy Holders over feriOO.OOO, and has never contested a claim during tho 17 years of its oxistenco. No extra Premiums charged for insur ing Females, ltailroad Employees onScameii A Policy in tho Piuknis is properly called a Whole World Policy. It permits tho insured to travel or reside at will anywhere in tho United States or Europe, at any" season of tho year, without oxtra charge. NELSON H.ARMINGTON, Agent, For Franklin, Grand Islo and Lamoille counties. 0. L. UAI1C00K, Stato Agent, d22iw220-tf Rutland. Vt. BY recent enactments of Congress, all Sol diers who havo served threo years and have received but $100 bounty from tho'United States, or who, having enlisted for threo years, wcro dis charged in consequenco (if wounds, and tlio vtid ow, children, or parents of any soldier who en listed lot- threo years, under a promise of only ilOO bounty, and who died in the service, aro en titled to an additional bounty of ONE II UN DltED DOLLAltS 1 All invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or foot, or havo incurred disability equivalent to tho loss of hand r foot, aro entitled to a largo incroabo of pension. All pensioned widows of soldiers or sailors ate entitled to an Increased pension of two dollars per month for each child under sixteen vears ol ago. Claims of tho above nature, and for arroars ol pay, ollicers' oxtra pay, for horses lost in tho U. S. service, commutation of rations of prisoners of war and prize money, will bo promptly prose cuted by application by letter, enclosing dis chargolrom service, will be attended to and tho necessary papers returned to plicant for sig natuies, Ac. E. A. SOWLES, Offlco over tho First National Bank, St. Albans. Aug. 17th.l8C0. 125-tl WA N TED. An Agent to maKo u thorough canvass of Franklin County in behalf of that old and reliablo Lifo Insurance Company, The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford Conn. Liberal terms to an active, energetic man. Address. N. G. AXTELL? Peru, Clinton Co., N. Y. General Agent for NorthcrnNcw York and Ver mont. 207-tf O TO WM. N. SMITH A GO'S for your Ftd and Winter Clothlntt. .TsTKAV FI RM ! NEW GOODS. LAKB ST., ST. Ar-TS, VT. Would say to the people of Franklin County, that they arc prepared to offer them Fresh from matkot, at the lowest eath price, 'st Wholesale and retail. TEAS. Young Hyson, Japan, Oohmg and English llicak fast. The finest in the market. If you waul mixed Teas, buy pure Teas of UAltNES A CHOWLEY, pick raspberry leavos and mix to suit your taste. You w ill lind it ehe.tpcr t ban to buy mixed Teas of any New York Tea Company. UAltNES CltOW LEY KEEP THE HKhT cormiis. OL" lOYEllNME.T JAVA, U10, AF11ICAN. AND nitOUND COFFEE, SPICI2S. Stiict'o pure. Uo to DAltNES A CROWLEY'S tor tho tiest XL. MOLASSES, SUG AItHOUSli STJOARS. P. It., HAVANA, MUSCOVADO, DEM EH AHA, AND liEFINED OF ALL (SHADES. II you would keep clean, buy om SOAPS ' " Of UAltNES a CHOW LEY. HOBU1NS, KENDALL, PKEHLESS, O. K., PIONEEH, AC, AC. TOILET SOAPS. AC. To Tobacco Chewers, Smokers, and Snuff-Takers : Wo buy of tho manufacturers, and can please yon both in quality and price. Wo want Farmers and Dealers to bear in mind that we keep the Pure Doston ground HOOK SALT, Tho onls salt suitable fur dairy pui (loses, which will be, sold as low as can bought in this market. For a good light and no danger of explinion.., buy your ir.HiiosEi-ri: oxx. ui jja'i.m..-, LiiU'li . l'nce r.s low as , e lowest. The best brands constantly on liauil. Graham and Buckwheat Flour, Jtve and Corn Meal Finally if you want anything in tliu line ot goou Kroreriuii, Hie place to imv tnoin is at UAltNES A CHOWLEY'S Cash uaid for all kinds of Country Produce Goods sold at wholesale at the lowest possiblo Hgure. 213 li.VUNES A t'HOWLEY OI'.OlUiK W. llVHNl'.S, j I. j. ci:owt,i:v,, i St. Albans VI. VT. TRANSCRIPT, Print inCr OFFICE. ST. A L HANS. JL A. CUTL1UI, Jpiri1i All Printing brought to this Office, both Plain and 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 Ofllco that will do a job of printing for nothing for tho sako of depriving us of it, and wo aro ready to compare our work with any similar class of printing done in tlio cities, both in neat ness and price. Hand your orders iuto tho Transcript Hook and Job Printing Establishment if you take any prido in having your printing done in a vrork manliko mannor YOUTH'S CLOTHING of all kinds cheap" at WM. N SMITH, A COvS. Vrcctnblu HAII! ftESTCR ATIVE A Um ill. IiI Iijt tti' S. II. Slle I'nlr it W i ' t''' l '' ru,,"c 0 il.i. t.rv I i.l 1 rciinmllim U r llfntDiiiiff ; itrn i,rrjii, i iinir to n. oriffttmi coiort ITLiiuoiniit it. ir,n. in, (rniiirniir.K mu- tn.l lirjuuijiiirf llio neir. it i. iree -o liei.oniiti. urntr. hoc. uui "-os , iu tlm ImcM fululc. idiI OO.S ran II, r Srnlp t'l I AX, W tliu iittir i:u ii,iiiiii x OvS.v't. nLu"V. iZU III' .lff?;'.1 j n, BARRETT U CO., P-cnf riou, MAM ltl:sir.lt, N. II. Sold by nil Druaciists. Gi itnAT lMimovKMH.vr i.v nv.vris r Titv. lb" attention of the public it culled to a great di-icovcrv in Dentistry. THE (iUEATEsT ADVANCE STEP EYEl! MADE IN THE AHT. The main difiieulty ill wearing arliliciiil teeth Is, tbev do net hold in their place firmly enough, and add to this the annoyance of food getting u:dcr the plato while eating. 1 havo discover jit a method of so constructing tlio plato on shicli tbo teeth aro set that they will not start jr drop whilo eating or speaking, neither will any particles of food get under the plate, no matter what tho condition of the mouth is, vliieh is not truo of any method liithertoiised. I havo secured Letters Patent for the United States. England and Franco. Tho ininrovcincnt is not in material, but in the construction, whichsecureH the atmospheric pressure on the entire plate. T , II .1 I . 1 - 1 i niwo soui mu exclusive oi saiu uniinivenieiu to Dr. L. Oilman, to wit, tho Counties of Frank lin, Washington, Chittenden, Lamoille and Grand Isle. Those wishiug to avail themselves of such improvement, will call on Dr. L. (IHlAiS, ST. A LEAN'S VkhmoVt. N.T. FOLSOM. November, 11. 18G7. liil-tf READY. THE - NEW STEAM MILL! OF- Bingham & Lincoln, iVenr (he Vit!r!i IJt'liot, S(. Alliuiis, Vt. -I---., i.. ... I :,, ,, n,,., IOIllll 11UU(4 III ,111111 I win iiiviii. uui: hi ,v,r-t, and all kinds of crraiu for feed. Tliis Mill was built bv Holmes it lJluiitlianl, of lios ton, of tho best French Uurr, is complete iu ove ry respect, and is capaSlo of grinding twenty' llvo bushels per hour. Ileing depcmlent on neither wind or lloods for nower. wo can do all work of this kind without hindrance to our cus tomers. Wo shall bo prepared to furnish corn in tho kernel, or ground, and nt all times fresh and as cheap as elsewhere. We are aleo ready to receive orders for Sash, Blinds and Doors, Mouldings and House Finishings of every de scription, of as good material and workmanship any otucr snop in me state. JOB Plaining, Matching, Turning, Scroll Sawing, Ac., Done to irder with Machinery which is new ami ot the latest improvements. 'With these facili ties to give perfect satisfaction, we solicit share of public patronago UINC.HAM A L NCOLN. St . Albans, Vvh, 27. 1S07. in 1-tf, New Musical Depot, HT. ALBANS, - - - - VEIiMOMT General Agency for the STEI N WAY PIANOS, New York; the G. A. MILLER PIANO, Doston, and the ESTEY COTTAGE ORGAN, Urattleboro.Vt. 7 . . .. I'STEY A CO.'iS COTTAGE ORGAN TIUUKIPKANT ! The Vox Humana Tremolo Crowning Improvement, In addition to tho PATENT HARMONIC AT TACHMENT and PA TEXT MA XV A L S UJi - DA SE, EmIcv A Co. havo now further than over eclipsed nil rival makers of Heed Instruments, by tho introduction of their PATENT VOX HUMANA TREMOLO This most wonderful and beautiful addition to tho Cottago Organ is acknowledged by leading musical characters in tlio country to bo tho w 1Iiik of all improvements on reed iustiu uients. THE FIRST PREMIUM Was awarded to this instrument at tho Now York Stato Fair and tlio Fair of the Now England States, Vermont Stato Fair, Missouri Stato Fair, and Iowa Mate Fair, over all other instruments, including .Mason A Hamlin's Cabinet Organs, Sniitli'sAmerican Organs, and Tavlor A Farley's. It is very important that purchasers hear in mind that the original and genuine Cottago Or gan is made by tho House of J. ESTEY k Co., only. Tho chief points of superiority aro patented by them, anil of courso arc found on the instru ments of no other maker. Tho undersigned has mado arrangements to furnish Pianos from any of tho principal New Yoi k and Uoston makers, on tho most reasonable terms. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cues. Send for an illustrated circular. Address H. A. LYON, St. Albans, Vt. Music, small musical instruments, and musi cal merchandise, nt E. H. HUNTINGTON'S Jewelry Store. Pianos, Organs, and Melodans, at tho subscribers residence on Fairfield Stieet. 222-tf II . A. LYON. CROCKERY ! CROCKERY I havo just received a largo lot of Urt and second quality of Stone and China Ware, com prising two New and Elegant Patterns callod ''Oen. Grant" Patterns. Also a largo stock of Cutlery. Glass and Stono Waro. which I offer for salo cheap. Ploaso call and see before purchas ing rlsowhcro. At tho old Farrar Ulock, one door north of George IL Farrar's. P. G. SKINNER. St. Albuns, Oct 24th. 1BG0. lSCt & LOVES of all kinds Just received at WM. N. SMITH A CO'fl, CIRCULAR. STATE TREASURER'S OFFICE, Moyrrr.i.iiui, VT.,.Taniiiiry 1, 1 Men. VTOTICE IS nr.HEHY GIVEN, That titid.i i thoiiviiNisiousi t an Act of the Lculslaturi, approved Nov. HUh, lHii,-), no interest will be al lowed, niter January 1, V. 1). 1H70, on moniv hi the Tn nsury on he State to the credit of (Ml-'t is Soldiers, (ir tluir atsignees, which was icuiwo under the allotment system of tliet'i,itcd Statt sj and tho provisions nt'the Act of the Legislatuii of this Statr, approvt d Nov. '2i, 1K(5. There is a large number of unsittled ado - incut nci'mfntfi mi Htr l.nnl.M ui I l,iu .ini.i. 1...... I lug balances due to Officers and Soldiers or tin i iep ewentiiuvi a ; a il it is rcipii sited that partii.. entitled to tho same, draw the amount their dm , in ordei that the accounts mav be e'.escd at the ariiesl iiny praclic.ihlc. The Act ol Nov. Hi!. IRiil. nnivli1i. in ,,, i.r the decesce of such soldier while in the set vice, tho money duo such soldier shall not be deemed assets of sucli soldier lor the payment of debts against such soldier, but shall go to and bo luld by the widow of such soldier, or next of km. To enable those who may hao claims upon the State for the balances above lefcrred to, to obtain the same with the least delav, the fol low ing iufoi mutton is furnished. ORDER of PAYMENT. FinsT Fnoii the order of tl o pcison, duly 1 books of this witnessed, whose name is on the office. Swoxn- If such liersouhas deceased, inul married, pajment will be made. 1st. to the ui. dow ; lid, if there be no widow, to his child or children (if minors, to the Guardian). iniim -ii ne cued uiimaiTictl, lit, to his la ther; 2d. if tho father is dead, to tho mother: !ld, if both patents aredead, so the brothers and sisters collectively : lastly, to the heirs unu rally. Application and Proof required, in case the Soldier lias deceased. The claimant or claimants must mako a writ ten application, under oath, and over his, her, or their own signature, stating his, her, or their name, age, residence, connection to tbo de ceased; with tho letter or name of tho company and regiment to which he belonged, and the time ot his death. Pr.oor. Tlio depositions of too credible wit neses will bo required, stating that tnev are acquainted with the claimant or claimants, tho relation held to tho deceased, and that tltov (the deponents) aro disinterested. 3- It'the soldier died uninairied, it must be no stated in the applications ol those claiming to be tbo father, mother, brother or sister, as well as by the witnesses, 3- Proof of marriage (record evidence, if possible) must always accompany the applica tion of those claiming to bo the widows. tl!lfi-.1w J. A. PAGE, Treasurer. 30 22. 2Ej 23 I NOTHING- CHARGED! GIVEN AWAY. This i no idle brag, but it is as TRUE AS PREACHING. "THE HOUSEHOLD," that new and beautiful monthly paper, especi ally devoted to tho interests ol' the Amorican housewife, containing practical bints and Mig gentions lor the Veranda, the Drawing-Room, the Dressing-Hooni, the Library tho Cons.cna tory, tho Nursery, the Dispensary, tho Kitchen anil tho Parlor, the regular .lUhsrriptioii piiiv of which is 51 per year, TS I'HJSSKXTKl) "FlUiK JHATIsV for one full year, to eveiy new yearly subf.c;i ber to The Vt'rmosrt Uccord and Farmer, who pays in advance, the regular subscrip tion price. VERM OXT 11 USB. I X1JS want " TiinRr.oonn and F.umr.it," and VKllMOXT WJVIiS want " Tin: Horsmioi.ti. Subscribe for THE FIRST, and we'll give vou THE LAST. WOW LOOK! See what a treat is in storo for those who tal. "Titr. VincioNT Hiuxmn a:;d Fmimku" ihniiu 18011. REV. PLINY II WHITE, President of tin Vermont Stato Historical Society; CHAl'NOE K. WILLIAMS, Secretary of tho'jiutland Coun ty Historical Society ; A. E. RANKIN, Secreta ry of tho Vermont Hoard of Education i REN. II. P CUSII1NG, G. W. S., of East Hurke; PROFESSOR I1ERT DEXTER, of Ronton, Mass., our Corresponding Editor; E. STANLEY FOX, of Boston, Special Market Reporter; C. HORACE HURI1ARD, or Springfield, Yt Agricultural Editor -have all been engaged for 18(51). HUV.PLINm. WHITE Writes for no other paper in Vermont. His Ilistoiical, Biographical and Obituan Sketches, tho articles of .Mr. White, Mr. Wil liams, Mr. dishing, und Mr. Hagar will bo copi righted, and cau be Oblaincdfroin no other l'ajier ichalt'cer. Resides this, E. R. Sherman, Esc)., of Chicago, III. , a native Vormontcr, will contribute 1'2 arti cles, entitled " Vcrmonters at tho West." A gentleman iu Boston will contribute. 12 articles entitled "Yermonters in Boston." Boh of thoso scries of articles will bo copyrighted, and can bo obtained in no other paper. Vermont Farmers. Ministers, Lawyers, Physi cians, etc., will contribute regularly topics upon which ach one is fully posted. Am announced above, E. STANLEY FOX, ESQ., of lioston, Mass., will furnish us tho coming year with the fullest and most completo Reports of tho Cattlo Markets at Cambridge, Brighton and Mcdford. These weekly reports will bo pre pared expressly for us, and with an eye solely to tho interests of Vcrmonters. They will bo tho fullest, most complete and useful Market Re ports published in Vermont. VERMONT NEWS. This, as heretofore, will bo a specially. Wo aro securing an intelligent correspondent iu every town throughout tho Stato, who will fur nish us, each week, with the current nows of their locality, full and completo. The nows thus sent us will bo arranged in a manner which will enable tho reader to turn at onco to any locality from which ho may desno to hear, lit' are tie terminal not to be equalled by any of our compel iors tn this department, lt'is our intention to give all tho essential news from overy section of tlio Sta'e, simultaneously with its publication by the papers of each County thus, so far as State Is concerned, combining all papers in one. COIUIESPONDENGE. We have engaged a correspondent iach in New Orleans, Chicago. Montreal, New York, Philadelphia and Washington, Irom each of wliicn places wo shall receive an occasional letter of a newsy, gossipy character. In fact, tho pul lisher promises to sparo no dibi t or expense to make TIIK VERMONT JiECOIIl) & FAUMElt Tho Best Paper in Vermont, KOU VKKMO.VJ'iaitS. Terms -42. 50 per year ; il."" for six months, 7.) cents for threo months : !JU cents npp month. always in advance. 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