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VERMONT .DAILY TllANSOTHFT. XI. A. I .O.'I-I. S, 1869.
L 0 VA L A 1) I 'Ell TISJiM ENTS. NE"W" FIRM! AKl) NSW GOODS. 'LEV AT- NO. 2 BARNES' BLOCK Z.AKZ2 ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. Would Bay to llio people of Franklin County, that thoy aro pro pared to offer tlii'in FAIV1ILY GROCERIES, Fresh from market, at tlio lowest cash prico, fat Wholesale and retail, TEAS. Young Ilyson, Japun, Oolong and English Break fast. Tlio finest in tho market. If you want mixed Teas, buy pure Teas of DAHNES & CHOWLEY, )ick raspberry leaves and mix to unit your taste. You will find it cheaper than to buy miiud Teas of anv New York Tea Company. U.UtNKS A CHOWLEY KEEP THE BEST COFrEES. OLD tiOVEHNMHNT JAVA, 1110, AF1UCAN, AND GHOUND COFFEE, SPIOUS. Strictly pure. Go to BAHNES A CHOWLEY'S for tho beat H. MOLASSES, SUGAEHOUSE STHUPSi SUGARS. 1'. It., HAVANA, MUSCOVADO, DEMEltAHA, AND ItEFlNED OF ALL O HADES. It vou would keei) clean, bur vour SOAPS " Of DAHNES A- CltOWLKY. BOBBINS, KENDALL, PEEHLESS, 0. K., 1'IONEElt, AC, AC. TOILET SOAPS, AC, To Tobacco Chewcrs, .Smokers, and Snuff-Takers : Wo buy of the manufacturers, and can please you both in quality and price. We want Fanners and Dealers to bear in mind that we keep the Pure Boston ground HOCK SALT, Tito olds salt suitable for dairy purposes, which will be bold as low aa can bought In this muiket. For a good light and h.j danger of explosions, buy vour KEROSENE OIL OfDAUNES A CHOWLEY. Price- as hnv as i,e lowest. FLOUR. l'lio best brands constantly on hand. A ao, Graham aud Duck wheat Flour, Bye and Corn Meal Finally if you want anything in tlio lino ot goou grotenea, tlio place to imv tnem is at BABNES ACBOWLEY'S. Cash naid for all kinds of Couutrv l'roduce Goods sold at wholesale at the lowest possiblo ugure. 2ia BAHNES A CltOWLEY. I. J. CltOWLKY.. i ,M' A1Uft"S ' VT. TRANSCRIPT, JOB PrintinGr ST. ALBANS. II. A. CUTLER, Pi'opricfo)- All Printing brought to this Office, both Plain and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten tion, at prices aa low as the times will admit. Wo do our work much better than can any OlHco that will do a Job of printing for nothing for tho sako of depriving ua of it, and we aro ready to compare our work with any similar cUbs of printing done in the cities, botli in neat ness and price. Hand your orders into tho Transcript Book , and Job Printing Establishment if you take any prido in having your priuting done in a vrork naiaidiko iflannor L 0 OA L Al) Ell 27.S EMJCN TS. Tins vkiwioNT Life Insurance Company, JIUKLINGTOX, VT. Qfflct W.'.v Jhtildhijs, Lhlkyr Mrrrt. riMllS Company having compiled it organl X zation is now fully prepared to issue all kinds of Lifu and Endowment Volieios. Policyholders participate In tlio pruflU of the Company. Dividends declared nnd paid niiuunl ly nfter the first vear. Liberal arrangements made with first class canvassers. DlltCCTOHS. Torrey E.Wales, AttorneyA' Judge Probate. Lemuel Jl. Piatt, Manufacturer. Samuel Huntington, Merchnnt. iJames A.Shcdd. Merchant. Hussd 8. Tnft, Preside-nt. Gen. Ins. Agent. Pres. Burlington Gas Co. William Street. U. S.I Senator. Pres. 1st NatT Bank, liur liugton. Manager Burlington Woolen Mills. Lumber Dealer. ltodnoy n. wires. Nathaniel Parker, ,1. 1). llatcli. Geo. F. Edmunds, Omri A. Dodge, F. ( Kennedy, Lawionce li.irucs, OITK'KltS. l!ilss'll S. Taft, President. Hodney S. Wiies, Vice President. Warren Gibbs, Secretary. Samuel W. Thayer, M.D., Medical Counsel SID. 1'. GATES, Agent, St. AHjiuih. i!10-il&w lm F U II N I T U li E K1TTREDGE & FULLER, (succKssons to Kirrnr.iKiu A watson,, tT7"0ULD respectfully announce to thu eiti- zens of Franklin "County, that thoy have made extensive additions to their stock, and aro now lircnarod to wait on their friends, with uri- ces that cannot fail to suit. We have just re ceived a tine assortment of Wall Paper" and Border, CIIAMtmU S15TS, UlMi, CENTER nuil FXTEXSIO.V TAItl.KS, SOKAS, l.OUXGKS, llllltKAllS, HAT TltUIOS, WHAT-NOTS, t'UAlUS, MATTUASSES SIMlI.Vti IIISUs, COFFINS, t'ASKKTS, V I X 1) a V-S 1 1 A 1) US, IMCTlTHK.KUA.nl-, Aic. In fact, everything kLpt in Fundi in c Waie Itooms will be found at our More, Barrow Block. Opposite Charles Wy man's, Taking this occasion to thank tho old patrons of Kittredgc A Watson lor past lavors, we nope by low prices and strict attention to our business to merit and receive a continuance of tho same and a share of tho public patronage. Call and examine our goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere. GEO. H. KITTHEDGE, AUSTIN W. FULLHH. 23ltf New Musical Depot, ALBANS, - - - - VERMONT, General Agency for tho ST E I N WAY PIANOS, New York; tho G. A. MILLER PIANO, JSoston, and the ST ESTEY COTTAGE ORGAN, Urattleboro. Vt. ESTEY I f 0,'S COTTAGE ORGAN TRIUMPHANT ! The Vox Humana Tremolo ('rowniii'' Improvement, In addition to tho PATENT IIAltMONIC AT TACHMENT and PA TENT MA NUA L S LI! PA fiK, Estoy A Co. have now furllicr Jinn ever rclipM d all rival makers of Itctd Instnim.n.'lts, by th introduction of their PATENT VOX HUMANA TREMOLO This moat wonderful and beautiful addition to the Cottago Organ is acknowledged by leading musical characters in tho country to bo the in llu.i ultra of all improvements on reed instru ments. THE FIRST PREMIUM Was awarded to this instrument at tho New York Stato Fair and tho F'air of tho New England States, Yeruiofit State Fair, Missouri State Fair, and Iowa State Fair, over all other instruments, including Mason & llamliu'd Cabinet Organs, Smith'H American Organs, and Taylor & Farley's. It is very important that purchasers bear in mind that'tho original and genuine Cottage Or gan is mado by tho House of J. ESTEY A- Co., only. Tho chief points of superiority are patented by them, and of course aro found on tho instru ments of no other maker. Tho undersigned haa made arrangements to furnish Pianos from any of tho principal New York and ISoston makers, on the most reasonable tetma, Satisfaction guaranteed in ail cates. Send for on Illustrated circular. Address JJ. A. LXUN, til. Aiuans, i Music, small musical instrutsents. and musi-1 cal il merchandise, at 1.. 11. HUNTlKUTO.N'.s Jewelry Store. Pianos, Organs, and Jfc'lod.ins, at tno suliscriucrs resilience on lairiieid hi,., t 222-lf H. A. LYON (IIORT FIIOOKS of all kinds, just received at WV.N. SMITH, ACQ'S. Notice to Business men wanting to save Money and Time, Ml )i?r cent lledticlioii, ' BY sending u- the Original of any document inents or drawings, we will relirn imme diately any number of copies, i:xcr 1'ao Simi i,n:sof the original at tho lollowiiig oxtinoidi nary cheap rates . Kill copies, j'J.t 0 : WH) copies. ."),'i0 ; 1UCII copies JS,0 Ac., in eneli cuw inier included, (Letter or Note size) ; or fifty per ceiit upon tho above prices may lie saved by lining; Maurice's Patent Autographic Printing Prexs lor Unices, price JM). Maurice's I'Htent State llight are sold at moderate price. All l,in !s (f Lithographic work in dona with tit ! greiti-sl care at the lowest rates. i Maurice's Patent Autographic Writing and Printing Establishment 1 No. 10 North William Street, N. Y. 1H!)-J.lv Bryan's Life Invigorator, Oil ltKIUVEMATING ELlXIlt, , For all di'i'.tugenients of the Urinary organs. It gives LIFE, HEALTH, AND ST11KNGTII, to all who use it and follow my direetioiiH. It never fails to remove Xenons Debility, Impo- tency or want ot Power, and all weaknesses arising ironi indiscrelion, resuiung in loss ot memory, unpleasant tireams, weaii nerves, neail iieho, iitrvouH trembling, gmeral lassitude, dimness of vision, Hushing of the skin, which if neglected, will surely lead on to Insanity or consumption. When the sxsteiu is once affect ed, it will not recover without help. It must bo invigorated and streiigthoned, to eii.tblo the sulVerer to fullll the duties of .ii'e. This medicine ban been tested Mr many veals, and it is warranted a certain erur. no matter how bad the ease may be. Hundreds of cer tificates can be shown. Price one Dollar per bottle, or si bottles for live Dollars. SOLD 11Y ALL DHUtitllSTH. If you cannot procure it send a statement id' j vour case anil encloso tin money to JSiivan" iV Co., 01 Cedar street, Now York, and it will be sent you. On receipt of Five Dollars, a bottle nearly eipial to seven small will be sent to any express oflieo in the United States, charges paid. Private circulars sent free on application, (en close stamn.) lb(Jeod-w'J18-ly G. B. SMITH, ltctail Dealer in. ! i 22ilTS, PAPS, a FURS ! iiuiValo and Fancy Sleigh Itobes, Fur Overcoats, j Ladies' Dross Furs, Fur aud Iiuck Glows ! Mittens, Umbrellas, Ac. kc. Also agent Machiuc, for Glover and Maker's Sewing Monitor BJocJf, Lakt? Sircol, St. AWmus, CASH AID F0I SHIPPING FURS. 107-tf GILDEltT 1!. SMITH. I will iilvr one (lioiiMtml ilollai s veil iiul for any case of the following diseases, which tlio Medical Faculty have pronounced incurable, that Dr. Itiehau'a Golden Itemedies will not cure. Dr. Kich.tu's Golden lialsani No. 1, will cure Syphilis in its primary and secondary stages, such as old Ulccis, Ulcerated Sore Throat, Sore Eyes, Skin Eruptions A Soreness ol the Scald, eradicating disease and mercniy thoroughly. Dr. llichau's Golden lialsani No. li, will euro tho third stages ; and 1 defy those who sutler trom such diseases to obtain a radical euro without the aid of this medicine, which docs not proven t tlio patients from eating and drinking wli.it they like. Price of either No. 1 or 2 : jpcr bottle or two bottles, Dr. JUchav's Golden Antidote, a safe and rad ical euro for Gonorrhea, Gravel and all Urinary Derangements, accompanied with full direc tions. Warranted to euro. Price per bottle. Dr. Itiehau'a Golden Elixir d'Ainour, a radical cure for General Debility in old or young, im parting energy to those who have led a life of sensuality. Price. $. per bottle, or two bottles $9. On receipt of price, by mail or Express, thr.se remedies will bo snipped to any place. Prompt attention paid to all correspondent). Nono gen uine without tho namo of Dr. Itiehau'a Golden remedies,!). 15. ltichards, sole proprietor, blown in Glass of bottles. Addresa, lr. 1). IJ. KICIIAIUJS, 123G-tf No. 223, Varick St., N. Y. PEAIMJDY MEDICAL INSTITUTE, iNo, 4 nulling! .street, (Opposite Itevero House,) ttOUTOS. nnHE Trustees of this Institution take ploa J sure in announcing that they have se curuil the services of tlio eminent aud well known Da. A. H. HAYES, lato Surgeon U. S. Army, Vicc-Prcnldcnt of Columbia College of Physicians and Snrgaonii, ,Vo. This Institution now published tho popular and medical book entitled "The Selmn uf Lite, orStir-l'erM i vnUim," written bv Dr. Haves. It treats upon the EltltOltS OF YO'UTH, PHEMATUltE DECLINE OF MANHOOD, SEM INAL WEAKNESS, and all DISEASES and A11USES of tho GENEItATIVK OltGANS. Thir ty thoua.nd copies sold tho last year. It is in deed a book for I'vcry man, young men in par ticular. Price only Jl.OO, This Institute haa just publianod iiie :a,;:t perfect treatise of tins kind ever offered tho pub lic, entitled "Wevuiil lUiynioIogj' ol'V.'onin u, ami Her lJiseunes," profusely illustrated Willi tho very best engravings. This book is also from tho pen of Dr. Hayes. Among tho variouschiip tera may bo mentioned, Tlio Mystery id' Life, -Deantifiil Offspring, P.cauty, -Puberty,- Change of Life, Excesses of tlio Married.- -Prevention to Conception, Ac. In beautiful French cloth, 12.00 ; Turkey Morocco, full gilt, $a.S0. Either of these hooka are (.cut by mail, securely sealed, postago paid, on receipt of pivo. Tho "I'eiilio.ty .Ioiii iiih of llejUL,'. ijl'rst class paper in every respect, 8 l'agea, 8'i '(.pl ums, published on the 1st of February, and every month during tho year. Subscription price per year only CUets. Specimen copies sent tree to any address, on application to tho Pea body Medical Inatituto. ALDEItT H. HAYES, M. D., P.csideii! and Con sulting Physician. N. 1;. - Dr. It. may bo consulted in strictest i, jjv, ii, may no consuiied m sinciesi lenco o.i p I! diseases reiiuiring skill, secro id experience. 'NYIOLA15LL SECltECY Cl'UiTAIN ItELlEl'. coniuie: cv and AND 01 252-ly W L W T 23 3D 21,000 Dairy Skins, 10,000 Veal Skins, lOOTons "Old Bones," ALSO 400 Bovb to pick up all the OLD HONES ni jj ranuiin uounty. wo will pavflS per ton cash. ' FanutiwM)i save 11) cents paid to a cuts by selling their DAlUY hEJNS to tin. Wo are IIEAO (iUAKTUUS on SKl.vs and :iom:s, ltemomber tho jilacu Old Tin Shop 2 doors uoi lh of the American House. McGOWAN .v CO. St. Albam, I'eb. 3, 18G3. t2."-0m j.; t ENT'S SHAWLS Just received VT at W3r. N. SMITH, A CO. OYEfiCOATS of all kinds, and cheap at WM. K. SMITH k CO'S, CAHDIGAN'JACKliT, All lli New Styles just recejvedat Wm N tfMITii Us ft in H ti i M H w o o w p M H a -a 2 5 72. in s H g W "TS Q Q u c T Vi r- in r. C5 Q 2 O r-j p o 'A O s s. J a r-1 U -4- t CO 43 fi o 2 xn 1 i f i u ; j w o o iH o .aw r. u 32 W o iO So a h 7. in S-i " a -i C5 W S2 1 x J- li 4) c a W o BS5 w w 72 2 m t) o o n w c 1'litpnix iMulual Idle Iiisurauee Co., OI' HARTFORD, CONN. A favorable opportunity is presented to ener getic and reliable husincsa men who can devote their entire lime to tho business, to represent this old. staunch, and most suec ssful Lite Com pany, in unoccupied territory in the State of Vermont. The many popular features peculiar to the Plncnix Mutual, and the great advantages it oilers to tho insuring public- its freedom from restrictions on travel and occupation its non forfeitable policies -its liberal premium system tlio economy of the luanag. ment, and its' largo annual dividends, render it the most profitable Conirany to Agents desirous of realizing a hand Homo competent)' by (heir entcrprjao and ener gy. Apply to C. L. I5A15COOK, Mato Agent l'mcnix -Mutual Lite Ins. Co dO-tf Union lllock, ltutland, Vt. i& 0 Mil FIRST PREMIUf: IM St Mll'cc ..l.vll.l BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE V"S tffl Ily His N. II. tnli' A.-riolillnral Sofirlv, nt (It 1 l.lr, IIUKICK III .MUllUU, t- t.t. I, 1HJJ. IS .V It K JJ'l'T'H )rv;j?Uihc Hah' Kcsloradve Itcjlfti. inui Ifuir t(5 I K,('irt Colon i ru iiK'tr. llio 9rnt! il llio ,iln ..(..i. v. 1V4 rut-it in iiiur (,I1L-UUI IIP milt, ,t.Tl4lt ( vlli.l- cuu' iMiiuril 1 Ullil 1 lilll,.,l- i Mirinli Hi II air falling i, nt i lia niin'il.ir llniiiii:-. J It ('nntalna no llijlirinin. Ilin Jii'iil., . V aim nt uie nio.i I'lijiulflr mill K II- j. . nun Jirnp ii' iiiimt,'iinlit (lie r.nl, Witt, .Vorth, and M Y .'xitilli. j. n. BARRETT & CO., Proprietors, MANCIIESTIIlt, N.H. Sold by all Druaqists. f It RAT 1.11PltOVKJlE.NT IN DKN'TIS VT TKY. Th'i lUteiKion tn lii) p.ihliu U cilled to a great discovery in Dcnlhdiy, THE GREATEST ' A1)VANCE STEP EVElt MADEINTHE'AllT. The main dillleiilty in wearing arlillcial teeth is, they do net hold in their place llrmly enough, and add to this tho annoyance of food getting U"der tho plato while eating. 1 have discover iil a method of so constructing tho plato on ,hioh tho teeth are set that they will not start jr drop while eating or speaking, neither will any particles of food get under tho plato, no uiatti.r vhaf tho condition of tho mouth is, -vhich is un'f tr.ii) of s,ty ju"thod liithertouscd. 1 liave secured Lettei a Pitiuiit f.u' the United States, England and France. Tlie lmpioveincut is not in material, hut in the construction, whiehs court's thu atmospheric pressure on the entire plate. I have sold tho exclusive of said impiovcinent to Dr. L. Oilman, to wit, the Counties of Frank lin, Washington, Chittenden, Lamoille and Grand Isle. Those wishing t j avail themselves of such improvement, will call on Dr. I,. (JIOIAiW ST, 4 , . .Vr.itMo.yr. N.T FOLSOM. l'Jl-tf November, 11. lf-'d'. 111 a cl i e s , - leipiiro a desirable remedy, litie tlio TF you J. best J)R. four HARVKY'rf F13MALE 1MILS, degrees stronger than thoy tor special cases. aro intended l'itiei:, o.st. noi.i.Aii rut Privato oiicr.lsva sent free. Kncloso stamn. If you eaiinol piocuro till! iro tlio jil'.Ii encloso tho UltyAN-'.V CO.. In nU on iedeipl titV will be liionoy and address Sinr.iiT. Ni:w Youi;,an'd sent well sealed by return mail. 183eod-w218-lv Tf") ANTS and Writ a of all Kinds just Arrived X at W.M. N. K1ITH A CO'S o VE11C0AT.S of all kinds at W.M. N. SMITH A" CO o. ClALL and see tho beat Stock of Clothing, Hats and Caps and Fuinibliintr Gooda in the Ktte. at WM N SMITH, & CO COOLEY DArcirS AD'S. dl nnn,l ;' '" can be made by live agents, MPfv W hl)111,1K "'ic mid valuable in rri'lioii. Address J. AlliiltN, CI Second St., llaltimore, Mil. -1-257 WANTED! WANTED ! ! AGENTS of cither sex, in every town and II luge, fur the largest ONI". DOLLAlt SALE u the country. I he smallest articles sold can be ixchnliged lor a Silver-Pl.ited live bottled l.eM.lMng Castor, or your choice of 200 articles upon .eliaiige list. Coninilisiotis to ai'ents lari-er than ever. Send for circular. C THOMPSON A CO. Lll! Federal St., ISoston. 1)AINTS FOlt FAIi.MEltS. Unsurpassed for' 1. any pmpose. H l'e a bbl. of or ttOO He. 1 Send for eiicular. (iltAK'I'OS .MI.VKltAI. PA 1 Vl- UK, 251 Pearl Street New York. I " Tr ANTHD-Salesme.i to travel ami sell bv 1 sample a now lino of goods. Situation's peimaiieiit, and good wages. Address with stamp, II. H. ltlCHAUDH A Co., Iia Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 1 1 want to rouse eachsleepv head, Who stand upon the brink, I Where yawning gulfs disclose the dead, WIhi niit'lit, but did not, think. 1 want to warn the living ones Who blindly grope along, f fathers, daughters, mothers, sons, What perils round you throng ! Look out, my reader, are yon tree, Or do you wear the mark '! Moi-t all aro blind and cannot see, Yea, groping tho dark. Catairh, a demon in tho head, Coiisuiniition is its son : Killl hosts, yea, countless millions, dead, Perhaps you may bo one- That hacking, hawking, spitting, shows, Catarrh affects your head, Matter and slime in throat or no?e, linns down our throat instead. Your lungs and liver soon will show. Consumption has its biith ; Calarrii, its sire, will feed it too, 'Till you return to earth. If colds all'cct your head aud throat, Annihilatou buy ; Now don't forget what I have wrote, Or think this subject dry. Woi.oorr's Annuiilatou jurus CVifnn7--tho demon Hies ; It saves the lungs, good health insures, And Catarrh ipiickiy dies. I want to gratify my friends, Wlio wish to understand About Pain Paint, its use, its ends, And why its great demand. 1 want to show you plain as day, Why Pain Paint stops all pain, That you may never have to say " I'll not try Paint again." I'liiu I'aint will cool but never stain ; Pumps inflammation out ; Tia harmlc.-s on tho breast oi brain, A trial stops all doubt. When inllamation leaves tho frame ; J All pain will cease at ouco ; lieijioyu he cause, 'tia all llio same Nono doubts uiilesa a dunce, Tho pores will opo and drink Pain Paint; Absorbents till witli ease ; Kestores the weak, tho sick, the faint : Tho greatest skeptic please. Evaporation cools the place As inllamation flics ; Hot blood at tlfo absorbent's base Makes Paint in vapor rise. "lis thus Pain Paint removes all doubt, ltemovea tlio very cause lly pumping inllamation out ; On thia we rest our cause. Wolcott's Pain Paint is sold at ail drug store ; also, Wolcott's Auuiliilator, for tho euro of Ca tarrh and Colds in tho head. Sent by Express on receipt of tho money, at 181 Chatham Square, N. Y. li. L. Woleott, Proprietor. 257-1 tl 1 A A (tOn 1' montli salary paid t( ipiUU IU tpUU good Agents to sell oui Patent Xon-corrosire White Wiiy Clothvs lines, paid to our State ae:o and nast occunation. and address tho American Wire Co., 75 William St., N. Y., or ill Dearhorii tit,, umcago, in. w AGENTS WANTED.-l'or tho only steel engraving of Gen. Gri'ntandhis family published with their approval. Ei graved by Sartain. Sizo 15 by 1'.), $2.00. 100 per cent, to agents. Address GOODSl'KUU & uu., oinca go, or No. 37 Park How, N. Y. lw KEW UOOk 200 ENGRAVINGS, Tlio Farmer's and Mechanic's Manual, edited by Geo. E. Waring, Jr., author of "Drainiim for rrolit," "Uicmcutuoi Agriculture, .vc. a nooii of groat value to everyone. Send for 10 page circular, akgmb wawu. tjujat x uu run hsliurii, 051 llroad ix,y, K. y, lw THE MEDICINE FOlt WllOOIMNG COUGH. Dodd's Nervine and Inviyorator civea aurcea- olo and almost instant reuet in tlio spasma ol Whooping Cough. This la a complaint that all children aro exneeted to liavo; and when it cornea, strange to say, they aro left to light it through aa best thoy can, little or nothing be ing done to break its intensity or help the suf ferers along. And when it is reflected that very many of tho diseases of older and adult years liavo their origin in tho tear aud strain of Whoop ini' (toifli. Iliis nef.'limt would be utterly tinae- coiiutu'lilu hut fur the fact that children's dis eases, iiko many oi too weauueai.es ui women, aro considered ho much a matter of course that people have become stoically unconcerned about them. Let them cough it through, aa we did, seems generally to bo the unfeeling word. Whooping Cough is a nervous disease, and Dodd'a Nervine and Invigorator treats it witli complete success. Muthers try it, and save your little ones thu worst agonies ot this dis tressing affection. A sure and briiificent Medi cine. 1MFPHT4 KT Cp'i IFftJ .TK . hiT.miv cum: rou wiioowko conur J. W, l'r.cKKT. Hsq., Urooklyn, N. Y. I am not in the habit of taking advertised medicines, nor of certifying to their curative eil'eeta when they como under my observation ; but I feel constrained to mako an excoptiun in favor of DODD'S NEltVINE AND 1NV1G01U TOlt, a medicine I have used in my family for Koino tiiuo past. My little daughter had been sutlering from sovcro Whooping Cough for seve ral wcka. and was so much broken of rest at night that -by excessive coughing and losa cf sleep her constitution arid general health Bceuied to bo giving away. Various remedies or paiiativea were rceommonded by intimato neighbors, but nothing waa tried until our at tention was called by a physician now in prac tice, to Dodd's Nerviua. This wo procured and commenced using at once with an effect , im mediate and surprising. Aa tho convulsions were hardest at night, wo began by giving the Ncrvino on her going to bed, Tho first dose administered mado its impression ; tho cough became less frequent, and very much lesa bo voro she soon got her accustomed sleep -rap-Idiy luvivert in liPRlfh and vigorand in a few tlaya was as well as ever, Wfiafc waa Ut ol tlh Whooping Cough was tlioreaftor of no trouble. Of course I cannot but consider Dodd'a Norvino and invigorator an invaluable remedy for thia distressing malady. I may add; that I liavo binco recommended it to soveral family friends, in like circumstances, and liavo found it in ev ery case to bo equally successful. It needs onlv to be known to come into univei sal demand. J. W. PEOKETT. For salt by Druggist. Price One Dollar. 55-w-S-w , LEGAL NOTICES. 150 Teachers Wanted. addn.s?'Thep':i!l)N7,t ! fV f,,n 1-nrtlcnlniH mUlresa Ihe People s Journal," Philadelphia. 235. -lw TJIK CMIlilSTIAX, (id (MONTH. i A.i,i1.,.1'f,'('' liV(,,.sl"'K' monllily, religious and lam lly paper, lull r facts, proridenccs. i Vc , dents, music, poetry, true stories, p.eti , . reading Tor young, old, saints, siniuis,,,,,. am . , ; ii .sl'l,'1' ianiHiii, eontr.ivertv, politics, pu is, pills. , patent medicines. i;o 'evrs i u.i ; 1 1 (oi'11-.s roii For sumhv Schools. 10 copies il. Mend HI cents for three specimens 1 n, I,"'.1' vu" fo:;, H Vo1- ' .fan. i8i i : l:i..daV?ss!:1M,a1 'a1 'lWl U" r. JNO. V. 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Albans, Vt,, whofe X chai ter terminated on the 25th dav of March, lHIld, hereby givu notice that it will redeem its outstanding bills, at its banking house, in tho Vermont National P.ank of St. Albans, for one vear from tho 25th dav ot'Mav, 1808, agrcoabk to the following act. " Jt. HAltLOW, Cashier. St. Albans, Vt., May 20th, WHS. An act relating to the ledemption (if Hank notes. It i hereby enacted, Ac. Sr.t 1. After tho expiration of the charter ir any h. lk chartered by thia State, or after the termination of tho existence of any such bank, agreeably to the laws of thia State, such bank may cause notice to bo published in all the week ly newspapers of the county where such bank is located, for ono full year, setting forth that said bank will redeem its outstanding bills, tho day of the expiration of its charter or the date of tho termination of its existence, and a copy ot thia act; and upon duo publication oi such no tice, neither such bank nor its ofllcera shall be liable to any action for tho non-redemption for any of its outstanding bills, unless the same shall liavo been duly presented and payment thereof demanded within the year aforesaid, at tho banking house of said bank. Six. 2. After the expiration of tho charter, or after tho termination of Hie existence of any such bank, aa aforesaid, such bank shall cease to be subject to tho operation, or liable to the provisions of tlio sixty-third section of chapter cighly-niiio of tho general statutes. Sr.c. a. This act shall take effect from its passage. Approved Nov. 19,18(10. 21(5-1 v May 20th, WOS. IMPORTANT TO S0MHUUS - AND THEIR WIDOWS. JL notified that 1 am agent to transact all busi ness pertaining to pensions, bounties aud back 1U1V r'loiinu nf'llii, ,il,nr .,..(.,..,. ...... 1... ...... pay. Claims of tho above nature can bo pre rented, and their uliowancea obtained, by appyl Olllll W.M ills' to Dill 1.IU KS. St. Albans, May 10th 1800 B LACK Pauls and Vests of all kinds just v ceived at WM. N. SMITH, A CO'S. A LL the now styies of Furs and Scarta no'v opened at WM, N. SMITH, A CO'S. SHIltTS and DRAWEES, and Over Shirts of all kinds, just received .it Wm. N. SMITH. A CO'i FULL Suits in largo variety at WM. N.SMITH, A CO.'U YOUTH'S CLOTHING ofidl kTiiils cheap at WM. N. SMITH, A COS. BOYS and Youth's Clothing of all kinds just re ceived at WM. N. SMITH. A CO'S, LEGAL NOTICES. Truman S. Lawrence's Estate. TIHIE subscribers having been appointed by X tho Honorable Probate Court for thu Dis" trict of Franklin, commissioners (o receive, ex amine and adjust all claims and demands of all iieraousagainst the estate 6f Tru'njanS.l.awreic'ii lato of Fairfax, in said District, deceased, mn'l all claims and'demanlla exhibited ill oll'sot there to, do hereby give notice that six months from the 2(ith day of January, A. D., WOO, aro allowed by said Court to tlio creditors of said deceased to exhibit and prove their respective claims be fore us, and that wo will attend to tlio duties of our appointment at tho Law Oflieo of Charles Soulo, Esq,, in Fairfax, in said District, on tho second Saturdays of March aud July, A. D. 18GD, from 10 o'clock in tlio forenoon till 1 o'clock in tlio afternoon, on each of said days. Dated at Fairfax, thia 8th day' of February, WILLIAM STIJAUT. 1 AMI WILSON." 257-11 IN Tin: DismicT Couiit oi' the U';rra Status roit Tim DisTiucr or VmuioNT -In the mat ter of OLIVER C. WAIT, llaukrupt. Notice is hereby given that a petition has been filed in said Court, by Oliver O. Wait, of Geor gia, in said District, duly declared a bankrupt under tho Act of Congress or March 2, 1807, ior a discharge andccrtilicato thereof, from all Ida debts ami other claims piovablo undoc uaU Act, and that th6 lGtli day of .March, 1809', at ID o'clock a.m.. before tho Hon. Wm. D. Shlnriian. Judgo of said Court, at tho Island II Also, iii tho Town of Itoekinghain, ia assigned for the hearing of tho same, when and whero all credi tors wlio have proved their debts, and other persons in interest, may attend and aliow cause, if any they have, why the prayer ot said poUtiou should not bo grantod. Dated at liurliugtou, on tho 17th day of Feb ruary, 1809. 11. 1!. SMALLEY. 250-11 Clerk. NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. 1 i t rnillS IS TO GIVE NOTICE : That on tho JL 10th day of February, A. D. 18C9, a warrant in bankruptcy waa issued against the Estate of William H. Ryan, of Hakersllold, in tho County of Franklin, and State ot Vermont, wiioiias been adjudged a Uaiil; rupt on Petition of his creditors; that tho Pay ment of any Debts, and Delivery of any Proper ty belonging to such Bankrupt, to him, or for liju iisu, apd tho transfer ot any Property by llim, aVo forbidden !' Law i tll4 .1 piiti,!?: of tho Creddora' of aaid lliinkrlipt, to proyo tlieW debts; and to choose ono or more Assignees oi hia'Estato, will be hold at a Court of Hankhtpt cy, to bo holden at tho olllco ot'L. L. Lawrclico, Eaq. in tho city of liurllngtou, in tho County of Chittenden, and Slato of Vermont, befero L. L. Lawrence, Esq., Itcgister, on tho 20th dav of March, A. D. 1809, at 10 o'clock A.M. N. B. FLANAGAN, 257-3 Dtputy V, S, Manhal cis Masengei',