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ST. VT, SATURDAY, MAY 2R, 1SGS.
Vol. I.
INTO. 10.
1 .3 Lll
CLOTHING STORE
ON
LAKE STltEKT.
MORTON & PERCY!
Having bought ofG. W. Btodgctt his new and.
entire stock of '
CLOT JUNO,
FURNISHING
GOODS,
HATS
AND
OAFS,
BOOTS
AND
SHOES
Feel satisfied in saying to (hi; public that they
can sell goods as low as pan ho nought in Frank
lin County. A wo ask is to have customers
I'jime in, and satisfy themselves, heforo pur
chasing elsewhere. We have, and arcioeeivitig,
all the new styles from market, consisting of
READY MADE CLOTHING
FURNISHING
GOODS,
LINEN
AND
PAPER
COLLLAltS
Of endless varieties, and a huge ami well selected
Stock of
Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats
and Boots,
Which wo will sell low for ca.-ili. Wc have the
largest iiHHOi'tturiit of
HATS AND CAPS
To ko found in Northern Vermont. If you don't
liclievo it, call and see for yourselves. Our
Clothing in New and Desirable, "consisting of
SPRING
OVER
SACKS,
TRICOT
SUITS,
FANCV
CASSlMEliK
PANTS
AND
VESTS,
LINKN
PANTS,
TIKS,
SPUING
SUITS,
BLACK
SUITS,
LIGHT
COLORED
PANTS
AND
VESTS,
LINEN
VKSTS.
CUI'lS,
AND 1UJTTONS.
Boys' and Youths' Clothing.
AVo have a few Winter Over Coats left, that
no will Hcllat a hit,' discount from cost, for cash,
ltcmember the place, Two dooih West of the
American House, Lake Street.
M011T0N A PKltCY.
llr.NKV G. Morton. Ai.iif.iit N. Picitoy.
ld-tf Formerly witli Win, N. Smith A' Co
VT. TKANSCRIPT
JOB
Print inGr
ST. ALU ANN.
H. A. CUTLER, --PROPRIETOR.
AH Printing brought to this Oilico, both Plain
and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten
tion, at prices as low us tho times will admit.
Wo do our work ivmoh better than can any
Office 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 the cities, both in neat
ness and prico.
Hand your orders into tho Transcript Book
and Job Printing Establishment if you take any
prido in having your printing done in a work
liianliko manner.
a CHUNKS OF ALL KINDS ; TUAVELLING
. Dags of all kinds, at
WM. N. SMITH A CP'S.
SACK Coats, in every stylo at
VM. N. SMITH iV CO'S.
QIIAUIiUS 1VVNA.V,
1847 MH-0F.SSOUTO 1868
WYMAN & HUNTINGTON,
Acknowledging the kiiidnessiiiid liberal pat
ronage of tho public in tho past twenty years, I,
GHAS. WYMAN,
Now rencic the promise, (and let the past bo tho
assurance) that this corner of tho good little
STATE OF VERMONT,
And some portion of tho P. (., shall bo well and
honestly supplied at tho lowest possible rates
with all the grades of American, Swiss A Knglish
WATCHES,
In GOLD and SILVER Cases.
J E W E L II Y
vT
Latest patterns and all grades
FINK GOLD,
HILVK.lt and
PLATKD
CHAINS,
KEYS,
LOCKKTS,
CHAINS,
Masonic and Mechanics' Pin, Solid Silver Ware,
warranted line as coin. Beautiful
ELEGTliO plated goods,
From all the best factories, such as
TKA HUTS,
CAKE 15ASKKTS,
BERRY DISHES,
CASTORS,
PITCHERS,
G01JLETS,
SPOON CUPS
Syrup Cups, Mustard and Child's Cups, Vases,
Collin Plates, linallv everything of lirst duality
Plated Ware.
SOLE AGENCY.
This is the only place in the county where you
can get, direct from the manufacturers, tho
Genuine Win. Itogcrs & Son's
Spoo.is, Forks, Knies, Ladles Ac. Don't be de
ceived anil imy i i duality goods wnen its so
easy to get it" brut anil at almost tho sail
A great variety Clocks, Table and Pocke
Umost too same price.
net
CUTLERY,
In abundance. Everybody wants a knife then
let everybody call and get ono. A largo assort
ment ot Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles and
Eye Glasses.
FANCY GOODS,
SIIKAltS,
SCISSOPS,
COMI1S,
PltUSIIKS,
NEEDLES,
WALLETS,
DAGS, GAMES itC.
llitle and Pistol Cartridges, Itovolvers, Jtobcrts'
Needles (warranted.) Watches, Clocks, and
Jewelry renaired in tho best possible manner.
All work warranted satisfactory or pay refunded.
engraving neatly executed, and at reasonably
low ratcH.
At tho old stand, Brainerd's lluilding, corner
Main and Dank streets.
CHARLES WYMAN.
St. Albans, Feb. 10th, 1808. 203-ti
poLAXirs
PLANTAIN
Ol.VT.MEXT.
This is the best
nrticlo yet put before
tho public for all
kinds of Sores and
.Emotions o f tho
Skin, as Salt Rheum,
unt ores, iiroiien
Breasts, Stings of Iu-
sects, Vegetable
l'oisouings, Ao.
Fully upholding!
Poland's r
remedies.
'potation as an originator of valuablo
It is Uie
GREAT PANACEA !
l'or burns, sea'ds, frostbitten parts, chapped
lips and hands, cracks in tho feet, (with which
old people are troubled,) styes upon tho eye
lids, and in fact everything to which a salvo is
applicable. Price, 25 cents. Manufactured un
der tho supervision of tho originator,
DR. J. W. FOX.AATD,
And for sale by all Wholesale and Itetail Drug
gists, and at Country Stores. Geo. C. Goodwin
A. Co., and Rust Dros., A Jlird, Boston, .General
Agents.
C. H. POLAND,
Proprietor. Also, Agent tor Medicines manu
factured by Dr. J. W. Poland, viz: Cedar Plas
ter, Diarrluea Elixio, Indian Pile Itemed)-, Ca
thartic Pills. A c.
188-lveow.-
Sold by Druggists EverjMlieret
In St. Albans bv LEONARD, DIIAINERD iV,
CO. Jcc. HENIU' .V CO., Waterbury, Yt.,-Holo
Agents.
February 7th, 1808. 202-3m.
Liquid
i sxak
DYE c is
i COLORS.
Mr Winn oq; in;
The American Cooking Stove in:
Court.
VT an adjourned teun of the Circuit Court of i
tho United States', for the Nm them District I
of New York, in the secoml circuit hold at the I
City Hall, in tho city or Albany, the UStli day of
January, in the year of our hold 1808.
Piir.sr.sT :
The Hon.
Nathan K. Ham., Juilgv.
Jacoh II. Sur.ut A- Josnrii Packaud, )
In lijiiili
Gr.o. 11. I1um.iV .Tons M. RoncwT.i.i..
It is further ordered, adjudged and decreed,
that a perpetual injunction be issued in this
suit ngiiitiHt the defendants, restraing them
from further infringements of said Patent, No.
51, 400. Dated Doc. Gth, 1H05, lor improvements
in cooking stoves, pursuant to and in accord
ance with the prayer of the Dill of Complaint.
Signed A. A. Horn:, dirk;
The abovo was Instituted for Infringement of
the Patent seeming the manner of titting tho
ash pan in tho hearth of the American Cooking
Stove, and for the combination of the hailed
ash pan. We have repeatedly cautioned tin;
public against selling or using stoves with these
nnprovemets not mauulaclurcd by us. All per
sons now selling or using stoves with these im
provements in iol.ition ol the aboe injunction,
without license lrom us. will he liale to tine and
imprisonment. SIIKA11, PACKA1U) .V CO.
203-ilni. Albany, N. V.
VOW SALE livlh M. WALKED.
G1 UKAT lIUIMIOVliMKKT IX DMiVTIN.
Tit V,
The attention of the public is called to a great
discovery in Dentistry.
T1IK GRKATKST ADVANCE STEP EVER
MAD1. IN TDK ART.
The main diftleulty in wearing altilieial teeth is,
they do net hold in their place llrinly enough,
and add to this tin- annoyance of food getting
under the plate while eating. 1 have discover
ed a method of so constructing the plate on
which the teeth ale set that they will not start
or drop while eating or speaking, neither will
any pai tides of food get under the plate, no
matter what tho condition of the mouth is,
which is not true of any method hitherto used.
I have secured Letters Patent tor the United
States, Kugland and France.
The improvement is not in material, but in
the construction, wlilchslcetuos the at'.iiespheiic
pressure on the entire plate.
I have sold the exclusive of said improvement
to Dr. L. Oilman, to wit, (.he Counties of Frank
lin, Washington, Chittendi n, Lamoille and
Grand Isle. Those wishing to avail themselves
of such improvement, will call on
Dr. Ij. GILftlAN,
ST. ALDAN'S Ymoio.vr.
N.T. FOLSOM.
November, 11, 1807. - l!U-tf
GENTS WANTED FOl!
MEN OF OV J! DAY!
Or the Lives and Deeds of Generals, Statesmen,
Orators and Political Leader now on tho Stage
of Action, including Grant, Shermai , Colfax,
Sumner, Stanton, Sheridan, ates, Curtin, Trum
bull, Feoton, Ilitckingham, Wilson, Greeley,
Wade, Morton', Philips, Farragut, Chase, Logan.
Stovens, ileecher, Howard, lloutwell, Dix, Jlaui
lin, Fessenden, Howard, and others, with over
forty life-hko Portraits of Living Men. Sold on
ly liv Agents. Great Inducements. Send for
'Jhciilars. Zi;lGLEl:, JkCUltDY V CO.,
210-l)w Oil Aicb St., Piiilnilelpliin, Pa.
rOZt ONE DOLIjAII I
WE SELL DltESS PATl'EIiNS, PANT Pat
terns, Webs, Cotton Cloth, Shawls. Car-
pctiugH, Sheetings, Dry and Fancy Goods, .Ve.,
,Vc. Circulars .Scut Free, giving full particu
lars: or Tivclve ciiet'.ts sent tor Ono Dollar,
describing twelve diuerent articles which we will
sell for One Dollar Knelt.
ua Ladies and gentlemen wanted as Agents,
to whom the most iiberal inducements aro offer
ed, and satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
CHAS. LETTS .V CO.,
MtiHuJ'uLlnn is' Aijviit,
til & C.f. KKDKUAL STKKET,
i!08-ly Boston, Mass.
1,000 -MEN AND WOMEN TO
ACT AS CAXVASSUKS l'OH A KIUUKS OF
NEW ENGRAVINGS !
1'ivi: liiiAurii'fi.
IDEA L AMEIifCAN FA C'ES,
Lngraved on btone m Pans bv tho most emi
nent Lithographers in tho world. For p.uticu
iars and descriptivo circular, addrebs
,. 1). JiODl.NSOiS,
20!)-0w 10 Main St., Springfield, Mass.
BILLIARD
TABLES,
Ul) nv
3iAsi'rAtTxi:i;i) nv
J, E. CAME, & CO.
With Phelan A- Collender's New Improved Com
bination CushIoui, liatented Nov. 'JO, 1807. Old
Tables ro-cushioned with tho above New Coin
bination Cushions for S7,j per set. These Neiy
Cushions have proved, bv actual use. to excel
all other btyles ever made. Tables of all styles
ami iinisii constantly on iiand. tAlso, rnciau ,v
Uolleiider s Uoiuuined Dining and liilliard Ta
hies J. K. CAJIK .V CO.,
Jiu-ain ill Sudbury St., lioston.
New Goods, New Goods,
At the New Hook, Stationery and Vaiioty Store
MONITOR BLOCK
LAKE STREET,
MISCMJ.AXJMIV,
SVUOU, .1 XI)
TOT HOOKS;
ALL K I .YDS OP
KXVKLOl'KS,
rAi'j-.i;,
J1LAXK JiOOKS,
AiYJ) STA T10NKJIY,
i iii'mn i i nu
' ivtiJ:j:s,
Picture 1- rallies, Threads, rxecilloa, a largo va
riety tf Fancy Goods, laukee Notions, Ac, J
Also, all styles ol
Willow Baskets,
Largo and small. Thcbo additions to tho stock
previously on hand enables tho subscriber to
oiler for sale as large a variety of goods us can
bo found elsewhere in Franklin Countv. Tho
entire stock is new, has been bought cheap for
casu, many articles at a largo discount irom lor
iner prices, and will bo sold at a small advanco
Thankful lor tho liberal patronage bestowed
thus tar, a continuation is desired.
202-tf 0. H. DAKEIt
T710R SPRING STYLE OF SOFT HATS, go to
JL WM. a. SMITH A CO o.
SACK COATS FOR SPRING, go to
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
tmpoih'ant to sto growers.
Blood, Beauty, Speed, Kind
ness and Endurance.
Those who desire to raise llrst-class sotek. and
all lovers of good horses, are respectfully lli
1 formed that the llainbletoniati trotting stallion,
irOWKT DEXTER:
ill stand for a hnutid number of mares the en
i suing season, at the Homestead Stock Farm,
Greenwich, Wiishiiigton County. N. V.; season
to eominenei mu the 1st of May and to end on the
1st day of Neiti mber. Vi'uog Di ter was bred
I at Chester. Orange Count v, N. Y., is four vears
old, by liysdyk's Hnniblehnii.in, stands nearly
10 hands high, mid is mm of the best of the get
of bis celebrated sire. Young Dexter is a half
brother to Dexter, George Wilkes, llruiio, l!ru
liette allied to Mountain Hoy and other well
known horses. Verv cIdctitlv, from his size,
shape, etc., Young t'exter will not only bring
gentle, Hue and speedy stock, but also handsome
carriage and family horses as well. It is mani
festly for the benefit of stock growers that they
obtain in it only the best and mot popular blood
in the country, but also that which commands
the highest prices h market, and it umjuIios no
more labor or care to raise a good colt than an
inferior one. It was w ith the view to improve
tile stocii ot noises in .virtncru rsow i oru, er
mont aid New Hampshire, etc., that Young
Dexter was purchased by it u prescnt'owiier, Mr.
ll. C. l'age, J.iUtorot l lie I'awrvx .oiinutt- tlie
(bjeet being to beiieilt farmers and stock growers
who are willing to undergo tho euro and expense
necessary to the raising of good horses.
lol'lurtlier narneuiars. terms, etc.. at i less
Homestead Stock Farm, Greenwich, Washington
oitlity, .. 1. ti. HTltATTO.N,
it-u .superiuteiideiit.
li. PHOOLAEIilTIOK.
"AXpiEHEAS, the St. Albans Hank, a corpora-
tion, duly incorporated by the Legislature
of the State of Vermont, located and doing busi
ness at St. Albans, in tho county of Franklin,
has made application to me, reipiesting me to
issue a proclamation designating some day
for the leimination of the existence of said cor
poration; And wnereas.it lias heen made to aimoar tonic
that two-thirds of tho k gal votes of tlio stock
holders of said corporation were given in favor
of said application.
Now, therefore, I, Paul Dillingham, Governor
of the State of Vermont, in conformity "ith said
application, and the provisions ol section eighty-six
and eighty-seven of chapter eighty-ninoof
ic, tienorai .statutes ot erniont, do licroDv is
sue niv proclamation, and declare that on the
twouty-lifth dav of March. A. D. 1808. the said
corporation shall cease to exist as fully and
witli the saniij cllect as it said dialler expired by
the limitation thereof.
In witnofis whereof, 1 have hereunto signed
my name and caused the seal of the State
i.. s. to be hereunto allixed, in Kxoeuth e Cham
bers at W.itcilmi'v. thi ':li il dnv of Kn i-
icmber, A. D. 18G7, anil of tlie independence of
the United States the 91st.
PAUL DILLINGHAM.
l!y the Governor,
WM. 1'. DlI.I.T.NOlIAJI,
Sec'y of Civil ami lilitary Aaffaiis.
Cliilin Agency.
BY' recent enactments of Congress, all Kol
1 diets who huvo served three years and lone
received out Siuu liounty lrom tlio united Hl.ites,
or who, having enlisted for three vears, werodis
charged in consequence ot wounds, and the wid
ow, children, or parents ot any soldier who en
listed for three years, under a promise of only
?10i) bounty, and who died in the service, are en
titled to an additional bounty of ONE HUN-
DltED DOLLARS !
Ml invalid pensioners who have lost a hand or
foot, or have incurred disability equivalent to
the loss of hand or foot, aro entitled to a large
increase of pension.
All pensioned widows of soldiers or sailors are
entitled to an increased pension of two dollars
pernionth for each child under sixteen years of
age.
Claims of the above nature and for arrears of
pay, oll'icc rs' extra pay, for horses lost in the U.
S. service, commutation of rations of prisoners
of war and prize money, will bo promptly prose
cuted by application by letter, enclosing dis
charge lrom service, will do attended to and the
necessary papers returned to plieant for sig
natures, Ae. E. A. SOWLES,
Ulheo over tho Mrst -National JlanK,
Aibans,
17th, 180(
123-tf
It is an unfailing remedy m all cases of Neu
ralgia Facialis, often effecting a perfect euro in
less than twenty-four hours, from tho use of no
more than two or three pills. No other form ol
Neuralgia, or Nervous Disease has failed to yield
to this
WOSJUWVUL HK.WKDAL AGJCXT.
Even in the severest cases of Chronic Neural
gia and general nervous derangements of many
vi'iirs stiiiidinL' alleetioL' the entire hvsteni.
itsusi for a few days, or a few weeks at tlio ut-
nust, always ailorits tho
MOST ASTOXISUIXtf UK LIEF,
And very rarely fails to produco a complete and
permanent cure. It contains no drugs or other
materials in the slightest degree injurious, even
to the most delicate system, and can always ho
uaocl with
J'KUFKCT SAFETY.
It has long been in constant use bv may of our
most eminent Physicians, who give it their
unanimous and limpialillcd approval. Sent by
mail on receipt of piiee, and postage.
One package. ... ft 00. . . .Postage 0 cents.
Six packages. ... 5 00. ... " 27 "
Twelve Packg's. . II 110.... " IS "
It is sold by nil wholesale and retail dealers In
drugs and medicines throughout tho United
States, and bv TURNER A CO., Solo Proprietors,
120 to 157 TreinutStivet.JloutoiOIass lbO-Oni
1 O TO WM. NSMITII A CO'S for all" kinds
VJT of Umbrellas.
VOUTHS Clothing of all kinds at
L WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
rilO THE WORKING CLASS. Farmers, Me
JL chanics, Ladies, and everybody. I am now
prepared to furnish you with constant employ-
nient at youi homes the whole of your time, or
in your spare moments. Business now, light
and profitable. Fifty cents to $5 per evening is
easily earned by persons of either sex, and the
hoys and girls earn nearly as much as men.
Great inducements are ottered those who will de
voto their whole tinio to the business, and, that
every person who sees this notieo may send me
their address and test the business for them
selves, I make the following unparalleled offer
To all who aro not well satisfied with tho biibi
ness, I will send $1 to pav for the trouble of
writing me. Full particulars, directions, Ac,
sent free. A sample will bo sent by mail to id
who send 10 cents. Address E. C, ALLEN,
211-lni Augiibta, Maine.
CI HIRTS, Suspenders. Gloves, and Hoscry of
J all kinds at WM. N. SMITH A CO S.
T30YH, GOTO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S FOR
JL YOUR SPRING CLOTHING,
Aug.
rurgiaj all
SUI.I.1VAX
I V ItAl
11AIL1IOADS.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Comme-iicing May 125, 1308.
TIIMXS (101X0 SOl'TII axi: T.AST
Leave St. Albans at 0.20 a, in., 12.00 noon, and
8:00 p. m.
Mail Train leaves House's Po'nt at 1:10 a. in.,
receive passengers from Ogdensburgh It. 11.,
and connects at White ltiver Junction and Hol
lows Falls with trains lot Boston, Worcester,
Springfield, and with trams on PassunipHic It.
11.. anives at New York at 10.15 p. in.
Day Express leaves Montreal at 8;30 rt. in., St.
Johns at 10:00 a. m., Ogdensburgh at fi'ilO a. m.,
House's Point at 10:1." a. m for lioston, Ao., ar
riving in lioston, via. Lowell at 10:110 p. in.
Night Express leaves Ogdensburgh at 1.00 p.
ni., Montreal at :1:30 p. in., House's Point at 0.35
p. ni., St. Johns at 5:00" p. in., nrriving at lioston
at 8.10 a. m., connecting at Hollows Falls with
Cheshire Road for lioston and Worcester and
w Ith Vermont Valley Railroad for Springlield, Ac,
and arriving in NewYork at 12,i',0 p. in.
Tit UNH ItOlXO NOUTH AND WIST.
Ta live St. Albans for Montreal at d'AO a. m..'
and thitfn. in. For Rouse's Point, Ogdensburgh
and the West at 0:05 and 11:00 a. in., and 7.15
p. m.
Day Express loaves lioston via. Lowell 8.0.) a,
in. for Rurliuglon, St. Albans, Montreal. Ac.
arriving at Montreal at 10:0J p. in., OgdoiMburgh
at 5:30 a. in.
Mail Tialn loaves lioston via Lowell, at 7:Oo
a. m., via Lawrenco and Fitchburg at 7.30 a.m.,
Springlield ut 7:15 a. m., for Rurliilgton, and
St. Albans.
The trains leaving Huston via. Fitchburg at
30 a. in., and Springlield at 7:15 a. in., connect
it White River Junction with the Day Express
train.
Accommodation Traiu leaves Northheld at
':15 a. ni., for Rurlington, Rutland, St. Albans,
louse's Point, Ogelidcsbtirgh, Ac.
Night Express leaves Hollows Falls at 10.00 p,
ni., receiving passengers Jioni ermont alley
Railroad, leaving Now York at 12.15 p. in., ond
from Cheshire Railroad, leaving lioston at 5:30
in., connecting at While ltiver .Junction with
train leaving lioston at 5:00 p. in., lor Burling
ton, Rouse's Point, .Montreal and Ogdensburgh,
connecting with steatnerd andOrand Trunk
j. rains tor uiow est.
Sleeping cars are attached to both the nighl
Express trains running between St. Albans ant
Boston, and St. Albans and Springlield.
Jhroiigh tieuets tor unieago aim tno west 10
sale at the principal stations.
u. iiiriiiiiiijii, fsiip.
St. Albans, May 23. 1808.
I-VTI,M) ASH HURT.l.VCJTOX AXI) VT
. VALLEY RAILROAD.
On and after Dee. 2d, 1807, trains will nil
as follows, viz :
Ml) VINO SOVTH AND I'.AST.
L"ave Burlingtoniat 8:30 a. in., 1:35 p. m. 3:38
U;15 p. ni. Arrive at Rutland at 11:25 a. in., l:lf
m. 8:00 a. ni. 2.i)0 a. in.
Leave Rutland at 1:00 a. in., 12:00 in. Arrive
jJeiiows Falls at 7:in and 2:20 p. in., A 3:2j a.
in.
Leave Bellows Falls at 7.50 a.m., 2:25 p.
in.,
3:30 a m. Arrive at
Brattleboro' at 8:50 a.
ni
3:20 p. m., 1:27 a. ut.
MOVING NOKT1I AND WEST.
Leave Brattleboro' at 11:00 d.jh.. 1:15 A!):00n
in. Arrive at liellows rails at 12:00 i. in., anil
5:10 and !):55 p. m.
l.eaie jsellows i'alls at 12.3.) p. in., o:l, p. in,
10.00 p. in. Arrive at Rutland at 3:10 p. in.,
'.):U0 p. ni. J2.3 a. in.
Leave Kiiti.uid at li.oi) a. m., l.ai 11. ni., ;i.zu
p. m. l:3u a. m. Anivo at liitrlington at !l:l.) a
in., 1:25 p.m., and 0.15 i). in. 1.15 a. ni.
TRAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS :
KB' At Burlington with Boats on Lake Cham-
plain and Vermont Central and Vermont and
Canada Railroads, for Montpclior, St. Albans,
Rouse's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, and tho
West. At Rutland with trains for Troy, Albany
and iNow lone, baratoga hprmgs, bcnenecliuiy,
and the Wi st. At Bellows Falls with trams on
Cheshire Railroad for Fitchlmrgh, Worcester,
Lowell, and JSoston. with Vt. valley llauroad
for Brattleboro'. Spriugllold. Hartford, New Ha
ven, and New York and with Sullivan Railroad
for Windsor, White River Junction, Wells River,
St. Johiibbury, Newport, Littleton, mid the
White Mountains.
Passengers for the West will find this a cheap,
pleasant, and expeditious route,
FOR TICKETS, and all necessary information.
enquire at tlie Offices: on tho lino.
l-tl. UliU. A. JlUltllllilj, ttltpt.
-j-OltTHKll X ItAlI.KOA O.
WINTBK ABKABOEMBB T 1801-5.
On and after Monday, Nov.
Trains will run as follows :
11, 1801, Passenger
Ul'WAl'.l) TllAINS,
Dav Express Train leaves Concord a !),35 a
m,, tor White ltiver Junction, connecting with
trams lor jlontpelier, Jiiiriington, House s roint
Montreal, Ac, and with Ogdensburgh and Grand
Trunk Railroads, lor tho West.
Mail Tram leaves Concord at "10.-1S a. in., for
White River Junction, connecting witli train for
Wells ltiver, St. .lohnslniry, llarton, -Newport,
Willoughby and Magog Lakes, Slaiisteuih Bath,
Littleton, and Lancaster; also, with trams for
Montpelier, Burlington, St. Albans, Rouse's Point,
.Montroia, ugdensimrgn, unit tno west.
Jlnstol Tram loaves uoucont at u.uu p. in,, lor
Franklin and Bristol.
Evening Express Tram leaves Concord at 8.11
). in., for White River Jiiiiulion, connecting with
rains for Montpelier. Burlington. St. Albans
Rouse's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgh, and the
West.
Or on arrival of trains from Boston, W orccstor
Portsmouth, Portland, Ac.
DOWNWAllD T11AINS.
Morning Express Train leaves Whito Rivet
Junction for Concord at 1.15 a. m., or on arrival
ot tram lrom Ogdensburgh and Montreal. On
Mondays at 0.25 instead of 1.15.
Bribtol Irani leaves Bristol lor Concord at 8
a. in., and Franklin at'. 1.12 a. in.
Mail Train leaves Whito River Junction for
Concord at 12.15 p. m., or on arrival of trains
over tho eriiiont Central, I'assiimpsie, and
Whito Mountains Railroads.
Day Express Train leaves While River June
tiou at 1.58 p. in., or on arrival of trains from
Montreal and Ogdensburgh, Brattleboro', Iveene
Bellows Falls. Viindsor. Ac, connecting at Con,
cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell
and lioston.
These trains connect at Concord with trains
for Manchester. Lawrence, Portsmouth. Port
land, Nashua, Worcester, New York, Lowell, and
lioston. u.nsj.oiv sTisAnrss, Agent
Concord, N. H Nov. 10, 1801. 1-tf
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gist or Merchant where you trade. If they have
not got it on hand they will send for it, at your
request, and sell you the gonuiuo Roiuio's Pain
Killing Magio Oil, at the lnanufiicturer'a lowest
prico at retail.
WM. REENE, Sole Proprietor and Manufac
turor, Pittslleld, Mass.
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HONDSBOSSCHE.
BV J. M. NKALK, D.D.
OiK'ii tho man of Holland, uiul look
nlonir its veatcru coast. TIioho dark
lines which you hoc, dividintr tho pen
from the land, are tho Dunes.
And what aro tho Dunes? The irrcat-
vr part of Holland lies lower than the
sea. On tho treat rivers tho keels of
the Hli'ips lloat abovo tho chimneys of
the houses; anil the frog, in his bed of
rushes, can look down upon the swal
low as hiio slums tlirougli tho air be
neath. Therefore, if thcro were not a
strong wall all along the sea coast, the
whole country, at high tide, would bo
swallowed up by the waters. And God
Has so ordered it that two of the things
most unlikely to resist any crcat force.
should form this wall sand and grass.
Ci ....J ..1. ! . ..I ..1 i II L
ouuiciiiiiK uiuiig iiiiuusi. uu- wiimu coast,
are the Dunes, or sandhills, whence
Dunkirk, that is, (he Church umontf tho
Dunes, takes its name. They are nbout
thirty or forty feet high ; and tlie wind
and tlie waves, if they Avere left to them
selves, would sweep them away in an
nour. Hut more is a Kind ol coarse ii
brous grass, called senbent, which dear
ly loves the sand: and it is rcirularlv
sown on tho Dunes every year. There
it grows, and knots and mats the loosu
sand together; till all that long line of
coast lrom tlie iiague to tlie Holder is
one largo piece ot basket-work. Tho
sea might (lash to pieces a Avail of Avood
or of stone ; such a barrier as this is
scarcely to bo moved. And Arory pretty
little vnlloyd thoro aro amonir these
fame Dunes, and in thospring-timc they
are bright with the harebell and the
heartsease thatgroAvin the mould of the
dead seabent.
I said that these Dunes trirdlod in tho
west of Holland. But there aro ono or
two gaps in tho dam; and there tho hand
of mini is left to itsx'lf. Of thooo tho
Avorst is at a place called the Hondsbos
sohe, near the Holder. Hero an enor
mous embankment is raised; its foun
dation is of Norwegian granite ; its
sea-face is clay, Avattlcd down with Avil
low twigs. 1 Avas told Avhcn T Avns thero
that, if the Avhole of this huge dyke had
oecn at nr.se matiooi goiu, it would HaA'o
cost less than the repairs have cost from
that time to this.
Now, look at the map of Europe; or
you AViil not understand my story.
tho summer ol tno year 11287 avus Avot
and stormy. Tho wind, day after day,
avus from the southwest. It seemed as
if tho Aveathercocks Avould no'er shift
from the soutlnvest. From May till
September, every hour, the clouds and
tho avua'cs poured in from tho south Avcst.
Noav, understand Avhat happened from
this. Tho Avater from tho Atlantic
Ocean avus driven up, past the coast of
Spain, past the bay of Biscay, past Ire
land, between Iceland and Scotland ;
and so, in tho Arctic Ocean, and oil' tlie
coast of Norway, it stood many feet
higher than it did in tho Mid Atlantic.
Ships, in coming from Portugal to Eng
lanc, were, so to speak, sailing up hill.
This Avas the case all summer ; but, on
the 23d of September the Avind suddenly
veered round to the north. All this
mass of water, then, avus driven down
into tlio German Ocean, which thus be
came too full; for tho enormous avuvos
came rolling in from tho north, far more
swiftly than they could raceout through
tlio straits of Calais. Therefore, m you
must see for yourseh'es, when, at three
o'clock on tho afternoon of September
tho 25th, tho Avind again suddenly chop
ped round from tho north to tho north
west, and rose to a hurricane, all this
Aveight of ocean Avas driven on to tho
dykes of Holland.
Close to tho Hondsbosscho thoro was
then, and thero is now, a little village
called Knap. Lotus seo what was hap
pening there Avhen the Avind, on that
25th of September, had shifted for about
three hours, and all men began to say
that it Avould be an aAvful night. Doors
were barred, Avindows shuttered, tires
went roaring up tho yaAvning chimnoA's,
and every hoav and then cast a bright,
cheerful gleam into tho 'illage street.
The clouds droA'o over head like a puck
of Avild horses ; tlie wind grappled Avlth
a roof here, dashed through a tree there,
shook tho Avell-fastened door with a
giant's hand, reared like a wild beast
iloAvn tlio chimney, and then Avont riot
ing along over Avhat is hoav tlio Zuydor
Zee, but avus then ono long fruitful pas
ture metuloAV.
A poor old man entered tho A'illago at
nightfall. "Friond," ho said to a stout
hearted laborer, trudging courageously
homoAvards, "is thero any ono here Avho
Avill gh'o mo a lodging to-night for tho
love of Christ?"
"Try at Jan Matu-sen's, up yonder,
father." ho ansAVored. "Ho is rich
enough, Our Lady knows ! but ho loves
his own, too."
"Yonder farm?" inquired tho beggar.
"Ea'ou so," said tho laborer. "God
bo Avlth you !" And ho Avent on.
A pleasant pluco Avas that same farm
house towards tlio closo of a lino sum
mer day. Its huge gables, its thick
thatch, and whito Avails, tlio threo or
four elms that sang a quiet song, as the"
evening breezo sprang up ; tho orchard,
with its rich promiso of fruit; tho llt
tlo garden, with its trim plots of tulips
and roses ; tho two yoAvs, one cut into
a peacock, tho other formed into a lion ;
tho red kino feeding in tlio deop, green
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