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ST. ALBAJSTS, VT., KHttl DA.Y, SIPTEMBER 11, 1S6H.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
i'i'hijIsiikd kach i:vi:ninci.
(Jl'.ce in WntV llhck; Lake St., tt. AUmuik, R
WILBl'U J'. DAVIS, Phop'h.
.'iwii'H P. Davis, njitorg.
LMONT BAltNKS, )JM"0'-
lli.r viinr. In nilvnncn J8.00
lui.- ..,,,..1110 In nK'nnnn 4.00
IXlirco montns, in auvanco,
IOiil mmntli. in advance t"
Advertisements should In- handed in as early
las the morning of tho day of their intended pub- ;
II cation. '
IT) MINKS ,V C HOWLKY, Dealers in Groceries l
IjD anil Wist Inilia Goods nf every description,
IBarnis'Niw Block, Lake Street, St. Albans, er-
mrlLLAHD FAKKINGTON, ATI OHNKY X ,
t'oniisillor at Law anil Solicitor in Chan- I
ccrv. Olliee 1 1 1 II. . lioyeo, niaineru jmock,
St. Albans Vt. uni-iy
ITJ.MLKV, 1IAAIS ADA IS, COUNSEL-
11) Oils T LAW and Solicitors in Chancery.
nilici in l nion isinci;, t. Aitians, i. u-u
UlANA It. lUlLXY, l'AUK DAVIS, II. I'. A11A3IS.
IT I LI INGmTON A SONS, dealer in Cabinet
IJLjL. rurniture, Childrens Cauiagcs, Collins,
rasUits. 1'ietiires anil l'lotttre r ramus, vian i a-
licr, Window Shades, Ac. St Albatu, Vt. 211-tf
LAISDI'LL A KATON, Attorneys at Law,
and Solicitor m Chancery, i;ainiruige, t.
hltA H. 11I.A1K1.1X1,, WM. W. UIU5.
i SAlll'I, S. HYDK, Dealer m all Kituls ot
f l'aniilv Groceries, 1) arrow Block. St. Al-
iiniiK, Vcrmoi t. '-03
Ipvlt. IV. TUIHAUl.T, Physician and Sur
ILs genu. Graduate of tlio University of Yer.
Inont. Ulllct: rairlicKl street, over .Messrs-
iHaisdclls Clothing House. lBi-ly
I13NTO.Y it WILSON, Attorneys at Law,
I and Solicitors in Chancery. Olliee in No-
Idi's New Block, St. Albans Vt. Attend Courts
cgularly m 1 rauklin, UrleaiiB, anil anionic
n. c. iinsTo.v, v. n. wilson-.
O 1 1, ?I A N, O K N T 1 H T. Olliee ill the
KlNGMYN BLOCK. Slain St.. opposite the
,'ongri gational Church. 1-tf.
U. M' tiOWAX, 1JUNTIST. -Olllce
over Wc.ul anil lJnren h jmig store,
k. Allmns. Vt
IVF lil'tti, ATTOKNKY AND COUNSKL
iLYl. LOB AT LAW. Also, Agent lor lirst
Mass lnstiranco Companies, and lor (.otaiiimg
oHlurs pay, ve.
Uflico over Weeks' btore. 1-tf
A. SOWLES, Attornev and Counsellor at
'irst National lianlt, St. Albans, Vt.
1'. S. W ill attend to Collections, anil prosecute
I'laiins against the, United States for Arrears of
',iy, or iiounty to soliliers, vt mow a anil nivalin a
Vi sions, Ac., Ac. :i-tf
lICIIAKDSO.VK PICTUIIK UA I.I.ICU V,
Main, onnosito ltauk Street. St. Albans,
Ft., (Up Stairs.) Open all hours of the day,
ISundays excepted.) All the latest styles of jiic
Inrea made at this Gallery. Albums and l'ic-
lnrc Frames. Stereoscopic and card l'ictures of
I'ennont Scenery, all at low prices. Call early
Indolteii. I. ti. ..IL'IiAl!l)SUA,
- ICDIUJi; p. UOUCSIITON, Attornev and
Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in Ch n-
tv, St. Albans, Vermont. Otlicc near She l'os.-
pilice, and residence on Welden street.
Albo, Luiteil States uoininlssioner, Loiunus-
lioner of Deeds for the States of New York,
llassaehusetts, and other States, lie will gie
iroiupt attention to all prolessioual nusiuess
i it u which lie mav ue entrusieu.
St. Albans, Nov. 4, 1S01. tf
S. NORWICH, Practical Steani and
Gasl'itter. Brass and Iron Hoods of over v
Iescription, for steam, water, and gat. Guns
ml locks repaired, and keys titled, Ac.
St. Aiuana. vt. 1711-ly
"AMISS STONK, CJItOCIiU, Kingman lilock
Alam street, t. Aiuans,, vt. llli
poalors in Nails, Glass. Oils, Paints. Aurioul-
lirai Tools, which wo offer at a low cash ligure.
uoruer juuko ami .nam htreets.
St. Albans, March Hi, 1801. 1-tf
IJEUIIEUT llKAIXKItO, dealer in Pore-
LJL ign and domestic Dry Goods. Boots and
Ilioes Yank co Notions, corner of Main and Bank
tructs, St. Albans, Vt. 103
tUAHLKS AVYMAN, dealer in Fine Watch
es, Clocks and Jewelrv. Stcrl im Silver aim
Iilver l'lated Ware. Fancy Goods .u great a
icty. Watch ltepainng "and Kngraviiig. St.
Sloans, i, UKI
I11.VIXKHUA SI'K.YK. dealers ill Faiicv
and Domestic Dry Goods, nlain ami f.inev
lassiuicivs, Cobergs, Ae. 117.
A. O. im.UNr.Hl), WAltllU.V II. Sl'llAll.
South Main Street, St. Albans, Vt.
EC POST & CO., dealers in Dry Goods
and choice Family Groceries. Corner ol
lain and 1 1 uirlield Street, St. Albans, Vt. 1 17
n. C. l'OST, i .tanks.
I jiivniUAft iiuusi-;. melitoril. vt.. Jurrv IS.
Li. Sweatland Proprietor. This Houso is locat-
ci in me centre oi tlto vil iwo. near the L'nstoin
llouse. Post-Ollieo anilMillH. 10'J-ly
"ILL A SAFFOUD, Attorneys at Law, and
Solicitors in Chancen. Otlico. Lako Street
ft. Albans Vt. il52Aw2 J-l-tf.
II. J. Hill G.A. S.utouu.
AVID OltAWFOltD, Book Binder and
iiiaiiK jjouic Aiamuacturer,
ingman Block, St. Albans, Vt.
I'-ool; BindiiiL' in overv stvln from tlm clieaiiest
I. ii... ,. , v v .. .
j me most cosily, ami an uono in a tnorougn
Dec. 20 1BG7 18Cm(i
ri'.oi'iuuToit of Tin:
ST. A'ir.ANH, vt.
G. M. PIEUCR.
HORACE P. HALL, M. D.
(Lato of the Army, Ac,)
Ilaa returned to St. Albans, and may bo found
4" ... i ,. 4 1 ! ll.i l
I loi iiiu jiiesuiu hi iuu llliuiiuuu liotei.
'articular attention paid to On
eniiivc rjiiici j . lou-iy
ei.ii, CLAIUC has removed to Fouth Main
IV street. Olllco at las reside
St. AlbaiiB, Vt., May. 2, 180C
APEB and Lineu Cuffs, a largo assort incut
l YiSl. X SlUTll i CO S.
yliltJIOXT CJONTIIAI. AMI Sl'I.HVAN
CommonoinB AuRitst 31, 1B0S.
Tii.UNrt noisu sot-Tit am; hast
Leave St. Albans at 0.20 P45a. in., 12;00 noun,
iilid 8.00 Ii. in.
Mail Train leaves House's Po nt at 1:10 a. in.,
receives passengers lrotn Ogdenslmi gh II. It.,
and connects at White ltiver Junction and Bel
lows Falls with trains for Boston, Worcester,
Springfield, and with trams on l'assumpsie it.
It., anives at New York at 10.4! p. m. ,
Steamboat train leaves St. Albans at 8,15, a.
m., connecting at Burlington 'vith steamers ,
fur Lake Geoige. Saratoga, Ac. i
DavKxprcHs leaves Monlreal at R;10 A. in., St.
Johns at 10:00 a. tn.. Oedeiisbure!! at 6-!10 a. in.,
House's Point at 10:13 n. m.. for lt.mloii, Ac, ar
ming in Bostoi', via. Lowell at 10:30 v. m.
Night Kxpress leaves Ogdi nsburgli at 1.00 p.
in., Montreal at 3:30 p.m., House's Point at (1.35
p. m., St. Johns at 5:00 p. in., arriving at Boston
at 8.10 a. m., connecting at Bellows Falls with
Cheshire Hoad for Boston and Worcester and
with Vermont Vallevliaihoad forSpringfiold, Ac,
and arriving in NewYork at 12.30 p. in.
UtAINS (HUM) MOUTH ASI WI'JIT.
Le.ivr St. Albans for Montreal at 0:10 a. in..,
mid 0:35 p. m. For House's Point, Ogdeiishurgh
and the- West at 0:05 and 11:00 a. in., and 0.30
Day Express loaves Boston via. Lowell H.0J a ;
in. for Burlington, St. Albans, Montreal. Ac
arriving at Montreal at 10:0.) p. in., ( gdciisbiirgh
at 12:30 a. ni., making clo.T connection with the
train for the West. i
Mail Train leaves Boston Mal.owill, at 7:0)
a. in., via Lawrence and Fitclihurg at 7.30 a.m..
Suriiiirlield at 7:13 a. in., for Burlington, and I
The trains leaving Boston via. Fitchburg at
7:30 a. m., and Springfield at 7:15 a. m., connect
at White ltiver Junction with the Day Kxpress
Accommodation Train loaves Nnrthtlcld at
7:15 a. m., lor Burlington, Hut land, St. Albans,
House's Point, Ogendesburgh, Ae.
Night Kxpress leaves Bellows Falls at 10,00 p,
Hi., receiving passengers from Vermont Valley
ItaihiKid, luaving New York at 12.13 p. in., and
from Cheshire Hailroad, leining Boston at 5:30
ii. in., connecting at White Hiver Junction with
train leaving Boston at (i:00 p. in., for Burling
ton, House's Point, Monlreal and Ogdensluirgn,
connecting with stoamers andGrand Trunk
Trains for theWest.
Sleeping cars are attached to both the iiijjiil
Rxurcss trains running between St. Albans am
Boston, mid St. Albans and Springfield.
Tl, Iinl.-.tu fin- f'lili.nint fllnl tin. Wiiui I'm,
Jll.W.lpl. 11-1 W...V...QW ...... ...v .............
sale at the principal stations.
If. MlAllillA., Slip.
St. Aluans. AugUbt 31, 1808.
I)l'TIj.YNn AND 1IOUMNOTON AND VT
Vi YAI.LKY HATLHOAD.
On and after Deo. 2d. 18C7. trains will rui
us iollims, viz :
JIDV1NH SUtiTlI AMI i:Asr.
Leave Burlington at 8:30 a. in., 1:35 p. m. 3:3C
0:45 p. in. Arrieat Hutland at 11:25 a. in., 1:11'
in. 8:00 a. in. 12.50 a. m.
Leave Hutland at 4:00 a. m., 12:00 m. Arrive
Bellows Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 p.m., A 3:25 a.
Leave Bellows Falls at 7.50 a. m., 2:23 p. m.
1:30 .i in. Arrive at Brattlebnro' at 8:50 a. in..
1:20 p. in., 4:27 a. in.
JIOVINO NOIITII AMI Wl:sl
Leae Brattlebnro' at 11:00 m. in., 1:45 A '.1:00 i
m. Anive at JJellows falls at 12:uli a. m., anil
3:10 and 0:55 p. m.
Leave J.ellows lails at ii. in., o:u p. m,
10.00 p. in. Ariivo at Hutland at 3:10 p. in.,
11:00 i. m. 12:35 a. m.
loave ltutlaiulat n.uu a. in., l.ai p. m., 3.21)
p. in. 1:30 a. m. Arrive at Jiurliii'tou at 0:1.) a.
in., 1:25 p. m., and (1.15 p. in. 1.15 a. m.
THA1NS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS:
air At Burlington with Boats on Lako Chain-
plain and Vermont Central and Vermont and
Canada Hailroads, for Montpclier, St. Albans,
Mouses iMiut, .uouireal, ugilcnsburgli, ami tlm
West. At Hutland 'with trains for Trov. Albmv
and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady,
and the West. At Bellows Falls witli trains on
Cheshire Hailroad for Fitchburgh, Worcester,
Lowell, and Boston. With Vt. alley Haihoad,
lor iirattleboro , springneiu, ilartlonl, aciv Ha
ven, and New York and with Sullivan Hailioad
for Windsor, White ltiver Junction, Wells Hiver,
St. Johnsburv, Newport, Littleton, and tho
Passengers lor tho est will lind this a chean.
pleasant, and expeditious route.
I' UK TiUJvrjJ o, ana an nocossarvinlorniation.
enipiire at tlio Ollicca on the line.
W-tt. Uj;U. A. .Hl'JitulLlj. Supt.
WINTER AltlvANCiiiBIIilrJ 1' 18U1-5.
On and alter Monday, Nov. 11, 1801, Passenger
MV.li'tiu will ,'nti iiu l'iilliiu-n
Dav Kxuress Train lo'ives Concoril al 0.35 a.
m., lor Yvhito Hiver Junction, connecting with
trains for Montpclier, Burlington, Houso's Point.
Montreal, iVc, and with Ogdensburgh and Grand
Trunk Hailroads, for tho West.
Mail liain leaves Concord at '10.10 a. in., lor
White Hiver Junction, connecting- with train for
Wells Hiver, St. Johiihbury, Barton, Newport,
Willoughby and Magog Lakes, StansloaiL Bath,
Littleton, and Lancaster; also, with trams for
Montpclier, Burlington, St. Albans, House's Point,
Montrela, Ogdensburgh, and the West.
Bristol Train lcaxea Concord at 3.30 p. in., for
Franklin ami Bristol.
h veiling Lxpresa Tram leaves Concord at 8.1.'
p. m., for White Hiver Junction, connecting with
trains lor Montpclier, Burlington, St. Albans,
llouse b l'onit, Montreal, Ogilensburgh, and the
'Or on arrival of trams from Boaton.AVorcester.
Portsmouth, Portland, Ac.
Morning Kxpress Train leaves White Hivei
Junction for Concord at 1.15 a. in., or on arrival
ol tram Horn Ugilensunrgli and Montreal. On
.Holidays at ti.'.i intlcau ot l.ia.
Bristol Train leaves Bristol for Concord at S
a. in., and Franklin at 9.12 a. m.
Mail Train leaves Whito Hi vor Junction for
Concord at 12.15 p. m., or on arrival of trains
over tlio WTinont Central, Passiimpsic, and
itM.n. tt ,..:! t .
i, line .uoMiiiaius iiuiuouus.
Day Kxpress Train leaves Whito Hiver Junc
tion at 4.58 p. m., or on arrival of trains from
Montreal and Ogdensburgh, Brattlebnro', Keono,
Bellows Falls, Windsor. Ac. connecting at Con
cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell
Theso trains connect at Concord with trains
for Manchester. Lawrence, Portsnionth, Port
land. Nashua. Worcester. Now York. Lowell mui
Boston. ONSLOW STKAHNS, Agent.
Concord. N. II. Nov. 10. 1801. w-tf.
iiSAKHS S. HYDE,
DEALl'.U IS ALT, KINDS OF
First Class Groceries ! !
DAHHOW' BLOCK, ST. ALBANS, VT.
Consisting in part of
d'C, , Ac.
"VTKCK Tics mid Scarfs, of all kinds at
1 WM. N. SM ITH A CO'S.
civ.tnrpvxvnm crii 1
yd MM mm a u w rv ni p- u -ji un
LAKH ST II 15 1ST,
MORTON & PERCY!
Having bought of G. W. Blodgott hla now mid
entire stock of
FUll NISI UNO
l'eel satisfied in saying to the public that they
can sell goods as low as can bo nought in Frank
lin County. All we ask ii to have customers i
come in, and satisfy themselves, before pur
chasing elscwhci e. We have, and are i ceeiving,
all the now styles from market, consisting of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Of endless varieties, and a large and well selccled
Boots and Shoes, Hubber Coats
Which we will sell low for cash. We hae the
large.-t assortment of
HATS AND CAPS
To be found in Northern Vermont, lfyou don't
believe it. call and see for yourselves. Our
Clothing is New and Desirable, 'consisting of
VKSTS, LI NUN
I. IK UN VKST.S.
TIKS, AND BUTTONS.
Boys' and Youths' Clothing,
We have a few Winter Over Coats left, that
wo will sell at a big discount iroiii cost, for cash.
Iteineiiuier tlio place, Two doom West ot tlio
American llouse, l..il:e Street.
MOHTON A PKHCY.
Hnxuv G. Mouton. Ai.nmiT N. Puncv.
ld-tf Foimeily with Wm. N. Smith A Co
INSUHANCI3.The undersigned will tako
risks for either of tho following first class
Motile Siisurancc onipar,y
OF NKW 1IAVKN
Csipitsil Stock. 81,000,000.
Ssilonialional of iVcn' Yorh
Fire and Marine oi' Spristguekl.
On pit ai wtooic, itnoo, ooo.
National Insurance Company,
ibtPrms $30 .OO!
IiiMtro against Firo and Mariuo Bisks. Not ex
ceeding f-30,000 on any ono Hik.
Each of the above amounts of Stock paid in.
M. BUCK, Agent,
Olliee over Weeks' store, St. Albans, Vt.
Nov. 1st, 18011. U-Jf.
WITT? CP AT1! ATC HUTfMIVn lllVIJ
kill Jll.IlJVltU JIII1U.1IU JJiI.lt 1
Aro pieparcd to furnish musie for
And on other occiibions where Baud and String
Music is reipiired.
Orders addrei-sed to
GEORGE E. KINSLEY,
W. I-I . SMITH,
At theT'reinont House, will receive proiniit at
NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT.
ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1363,
Will run from St. Albans to Sheldon, as fol
Leavo St. Albana every day at 2 o'clock p. m.
Arrive at Sheldon at 4 o clock p. in.
Leavo Sheldon at 8 o'clock a. in. Arrivo at St.
Albans at 10 o'clock a. m.
11. JKNNISON, Proprietor.
St. Albans. May 23th, 1803. dl5-tf
171 OR SPUING BTYLKS OF HATS AND GAPS,
call on WM N. SMITH A CO.
ClAUK Coats, in every style at
b WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
MEAT AND NEW!
I XT ST. ALBANS.
The i)i'ug Store on Lako, Street,
The undersigned having nicely fitted up the
store in the American llouso lilock, on Lake
St., and stocked it with a choice assortment ol
1HS U (1H AN1J MEDICINES!
Hofpeel fully solicit a share of tho palrotiagu ot
this community, feeling sure that they can give
satisfaction in goods and prices. Our stock
1 1 en stock or
Is complete, consisting in all the approved va
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liLUinj ...1., .jitvi.it ci.'k i .... v.ii.ir
lisuallj kept in a stoie of this l ind. lleadipiar-
icis in! iiu
A. B- A. BITTERS,
One of the bent Spring Medicines in the mar
ket. Physicians orders solicited, and carefully
and promptly filled. In nuality and price we
guaranteu to satisfy all who favor us with their
Store open on Sundays at noon, for supplying
. NICSrIOIiS '
Is a practicing Physician in regular standing,
and will attend to all professional calls, lie
nieiiibcr the place, under the American llouse,
Lake Street, St. Albans,
dl-tf GHKKN A NICHOLS.
Dealers in alll kinds of
Gr II 0 CEEIE S ,
LAKE ST., ST. ALUANS,
First door above the St. Albans House, keep
constantly on hand a full assortment of
Of all kinds;
And all sorts ot articles usually kept in business
of their kind. Highest cash price paid for all
KiiuiB oi country I'rouuco.
GIVS US -ft. CALL.
WAHD A BUHNKS.
KEW KiiBSSS STORE
Opposite Store of Saxe A Place in building
formerly occupied by S. S. A .1. A. Bedard. La
dies will find here a 'complete and choice asset t-
mcni oi raney jiry goons inst received iroin
market, uiich as
Fringes all colors.
Fans, a rich lot.
Valencicnes and Thread Lace
A nice line of French Cambrics and Fancy
Lawns. A new Kid Glovo which surpasses any
thing yet brought into this market, ami icn'r
rituted. All of which will bo sold at reasonablo
prices. Ladies will lind it to their advantage to
can ami examine lor tlieunielves.
I Dress and Cloak making in all its varieties
i under the skillful supervision of Mias Klleni
juooro, long and lavorably known to tho inhabi
tants of this village and vicinity.
Agent for WILCOX A GIBB'S flowing Machines.
1-d-tb L. P. Kimiton.
SACK COATS FOB SPB1NG, go to
W.M. N. SMITH A CO'S.
Eliliu II, Huntington,
urrt'KSSOIl TO A. It. MVNYAN,
4 SKS attention to the following partial lUlnf
X.V article", Which I Will sell at the lowest rates
Howard, Trenioi t, Mlllroso, and all the differ
ent grades of Wnlthaiu, National, and Unit
ed States Co's Watches. A large assort
ment of Gold and Silver American
Cases, of the best styles. Also,
Gold and Silver Swiss Watches.
Ladies' Gold Hunting Watches, American and
Swiss. The latest and best patterns of Gold,
Plated and Siher Chains, Fine Gold ami
Plated Jewelry of all descriptions. A
splendid assortment of Ladies'
FIKTSS 8iD SETS,
Ktruscan, Coral, Garnet, Ac, Ac. Gelitleincns'
Pills, Masonic Piua and Kings. Diamond,
Kinerald, Hubv, Aiuctlivste, Pearl and
Garnet Finger Kings, 18 Kt. Plain
liings, Gold Bracelets, Silver
Plated Spoons and Eorlcs,
Kxtra and Treblo Plate. Tea sets. Castors, Cake
Baskets, Vases, Ac, Ac. Coin Silver Spoons,
Thimble, Ae. A very large stock of
Gold and Steel Spectacles, every pair
sold warranted to Htiit. Pocket
Knives, Shears and Scissors of the M quality.
I shall receive from day to day new styles of
Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, which I will
sell at the lowest market rates.
r,Tr Watch repairing and engraving done
E. C. GA1,LA1, Proprietor.
ihave recently refitted my market, which is
supplied with tlio best of
Tt iir, mill
Table Delicacies of tlie Season !
Now on hand, a nice lot of
SUGAR CTT-ftED HAMS
.F JZ, 15 S Irl IP I W I-I ,
St. Aliians, May 15, 1803.
Di:smr.s admiration. To be admired, they
must possLSs Beauty and Iiite.ligcnce.
Most oery one lias intelligence, anil
-fi.LIj CAN 3313 nSIkJJTlTXJl.
Bv itilig the PAPI11AS I.OTIA.V, the latest
and most wondi rful of all the eosim tic. Bv its
ux is all moths and freckles are removed, the skin
becomes clean and transparent, and the cheek
rosi ate with the hue of youth. Tin Paphi.in
Lotion can ue lounil at
THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE I
And also a most complete assortment of all toi
let articles. The now and trnraut I-'lm- de
Jlaj o, and the delicious wood Violet, and all
other choice and fragrant perfumes.
PtilVand Powder Boxes. Colosnes. Toilet Soana.
Teeth washes and Powders. Brushes: audi as
Hair, Teeth, 'Nail, Infant, Ac, Ae.
Call and t-co the beautiful necessities and lux
uries for the toilet ovou if you do not wish to buy
As full a stock of pure Drug as can bo found in
the State of Vermont. toL'othor with Kesinoids.
Fluid Kxtracts, and all articles required hi a
Physicians or domestic practice. Warranted
pure and of liit quality. This stole will be un
dermoid by noun in St. Albans.
Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Supporters, Ac. A.,
nun every tiling Kept lu a wen regulated
S. R. DAY, AG-ENT.
St. Albana, Vt. June. IRIiS. dl-tf
Morton & Percy's
PIVOT ACTION BRACE !
A sunerior Rusnender for Skirts or Pants t An
uueiiualcd brace for tho Shouldurs. Always a
Suspender. A braco or not at pleasure. Ita
simplicity, durability, ease and convenience
commend it to every Lady, Gentleman, or Youth.
Kxainino for yourself, and bo convinced that all
heroin stated is true, rrices, 7o cents, fl t)U,
flH3, J15U. ld-tt
SHAKKSPKHK Collars, of all kinds at
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
ITU'EKY Stylo of Frock CoatB at
Ii WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
AfllUST illst, 18(18.
Fur out Into the dying summer night
i icau to nun nor last Hours to my nroast ;
Hallowed and holy in tho moon's calm light.
Jier nur laco lanes to its eternal rest.
Upon the silent fields and meadow-lands
l.ietli tier wlndtiig-slicet or misty whito ;
Soon will invisible and eliostlv hands
L.Wrap and utileld her beauty from my sight.
Through the full trees she ever bcluleth hack
Her lust loud kisses breathed out tenderly ;
Across tho sea, upon tho moon's broad tract,
jJi'iucui tne aweotireignt ol nor memory,
Sadly she lingers o'er a grave iiuw-made,
Fanning thu hlossoms there, unladed yet ;
Flowers fresh with tears, upon her hoart low-
Who taketh there lierllist lone sleep to-night,
Who passed with all her beauty from tho world,
Laying ner lair young Head on Summer s
No blight of Autumn on tho hair's bright gold,
liiue uepins o.t ciiiiii-imo oyea Kissed into rest.
Still to the Kast wo lift our longing oyea,
Waiting to meet tho now immortal day ;
God's Summer 'mid the palms ofParatliso j
Dear smiles given back to laces laid away,
A SUDDEN CONVERSION,
The simple Btory lam about to relate
possessed much interest for those who
wore acquainted with the parties con
cerned, and others its interest will not
only be in its truth, but also in the pe
culiar sotti-toucn it ueveiops. it is as
In one of the Northern towns of Ver
mont lived a vouiik man whom I shall
call Daniel Bryan. He was a lawyer by
proiession, ami one oi inc most intellec
tual men in that section of the country.
o one possessed the conjidence of his
friends more than he, and no ono wb
better calculated to secure the good will
and friendship of all with whom ho
eamo in contact. Business poured in
upon him, aim lie lulled not to give the
At the ago of 27, Bryan took to him
self a wife from among the most favored
ones in MKT country. Mary Helton ex
perienced a strange prido when she
gave her hand to the young lawyer, and
n none envied nor, many at least prayed
that they might be as fortunate. But
ere long a cloud came over the scene.
Conviviality ran high among tho mem
bers of the bar, and young Bryan r as
sessed oneof those peculiar temperaments
which at length gave tho whole body
and soul up to tho demon of appetite.
Ivor the three years no loiiowed the cus
tom of the limes without neglecting
much of his business, but llnally he
sank into the lowest pit of degradation;
when at the ago of 85, ho hud become
a continued drunkard. Ho now neglect
ed his cilcnts altogether for he could not
remain sober long enough at any ono
time to carry a case through court. The
only business he had now upon his
hands was the collecting of some few
On the evening of his 05th birth-day
he joined the Washlngtoniau, and onco
more his bright genius shone out upon
the world. But it could not last long ;
amid the examples of those who wcro
i i Z. - i i .1.
iiiu euiiMuiui euiiii;uuuns, no wcni. uucii.
to his cups, and down he sank as rapid
ly a.j he had risen. In ono short year
liom that time he was a miserablo de
graded thing. People who had left
notes and accounts with him to Do col
lected, called upon his wife, and
hupon inquiring of her where
lie was, sho would tell them ho
was awa', l'oor woman! They could
not bear to dispute her, and they would
go their way, though they knew full
wen that tno remains ot Daniel uryau
were prostrate on the bed room lloor.
One day a Mr. Vinson had called to
see him. Vinson had left notes and ac
counts to the amount of several thous
and dollars with Bryan to collet, nnd he
was anxious about them. His poor
wife answered him as usual that her
huhband had gone away.
"My dear madam." returned Mr.
Vinson, "I know your misfortune and
I appreciate your feelings, but I must
sec your husband. If I can see him for
even a minute, 1 can learn all I wish to
Mary Bryan spoke not a word, but
with tearful eyes turned away, and Mr.
Vinson followed her. lie found Mr.
Bryan in a back room, stretched at full
length upon the lloor, with a jug of
Mouford rum by side ! With much ef
fort Vinson aroused the poor man to a
state of semi-consciousness, and asked
if ho had done anything about the notes
and accounts he had left with him.
"Yes," returned the lawyer in a weak,
husky, hiccoughing voice, "I've deduct
ed my per centage, and you'll find the
rest in the trunk. Mary.s got the
Mrs. Bryan was called in, the key was
produced, and Mr. Vinson found the
money four thousand and some odd
hundred dollars all right and safe.
In worst moments Bryan never used
for himself a single penny he held in
trust. Hundreds there were who labor
ed hard to reclaim the wanderer, but
without eileet. Year after year went
by, and he sank lower and lower yet
his wife left him not. Her brother, a
young lawyer, named Moses Felton. of
ten urged her to forsake her husband, at
tho same time oll'ering her a comfortable
homo beneath his own roof, but sho
would not listen.
At length all hopo was given up.
Week after week would the fallen man
lie drunk on tlio lloor, and not a day of
real sobriety marked his coarse. I doubt
if such a case was ever known. Ho was
now too low for conviviality, for those
with whom he would have associated
would not drink with hnn. All alone
in his own olliee and chamber, he drank
tho accursed poison, and even his very
life seemed the ollspring of tho jug.
In tho early spring, Moses Felton had
a call to Ohio. Bcforo ho set out ho
visited his sister. Ho olloied to take
her with him, but she would not go.
"But why stay hero?" urged tho bro
ther. "You aro all faded away, and dis-