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Vermont Daily Transcript, ;
PUllLISlIlH) UA01I HVLN'INO.
jlicf hi Harm'" ll!ck, htb- SI., SI. Mbnim,
WILBUR P. DAVIS. Pl'.oP'it.
Wii.ia'ii P. Davis,
'cr year, in advance),
ix months, in advance
I'hrco month-", m advance, . . .
. inn niiiiith. in advance
. . 1.00
.dvortiKi limits should ho handed m a vans
h the mor mi . tin- day of their Intended l"h
eution. "TJSINESSC ARD S .
BUlM.s.t ( UOWLKY. Dealers in Groomes
and WiHt India or every description.
Sarins' Now Wool;. Lake Street, St. Albans. A cl-
. . .
tttii t uin v vultlN'fiTON. ATJ
llur at Law and Solicitor in Chan
!t. Albans, Vt.
II S. lioyce,
BAILKI, DAVIS AS ADAMS, COlNSKL
OllS AT LAW and Solicitors m ( hiu.ei iy.
.iliici in I nion lllock, St. Alliums Vt. i'cti
PVKA H. UAlLl'.Y, l-.VUK DAVIS, II. . uivjis.
I r LIVINGSTON .V SONS, dealer m ainnol
I I. Luriiitmc. Childrens Carriages. Collins.
'usliots, riclmeM and Picture. Framis. Wall Fa
.pi Window Shades, Ac.. St Allium, Vt. l-ill-'l
BLAI.sDFLL A EATON, Attorneys at Law,
and Solicitor!, in Chum-cry. ('isiiihridKc t.
ha w. in visnu.i., v,ji. . i..M"A.
VSAlil L S. liJ)K, Dealer
l amily Oroci-rii-M, llarnnv
2i aiiH, Yd mo i.
V. THUJA Ulr, Physician ami snr-
L'coil, (.iradllate ol Ilio univomuy oi t er.
.unit. Ollicc; 1-airlield street, over 3IenhrH-
li.,.lrirj I'l, Ilmtun I1.S7-1V
RIC.vrON v; AVII.SO., Attornevn at Law,
iL.,i!.,i,.u ri...i.n. niil.ii. in N'n.
k'B New Uliick. St.
.MIIIlllH l. .VUCllil l lllll II"
CLMilarlv in Franklin, Oilcans,
. 1). WII.M)X.
11. C. II1.STI s. w-
'l (iII.M. 1)H.T 1ST. --Olllce ill the
U, K1NOJIAN JILUOK, .Mam nt., opposne uie
niih'reh'ational (.'liiuvii. i--
rrr u. ji (iOAVAX, I)K.VTIST.--()rtleo
V . ovur Wiad and Diu-cn's Drag htcne,
t. Vlh-iiiH. Vt '1'"'
If IIUIC, VTTOllNUY AND COUNSLL-
VI. .li t - I .AW. .IHtl. ALT 1U1 1UM
ll n ill mill: ..uiimi auiLf, niiv, ....
iltlttiH pay, ,C.
lillico ocr AYccka' store. 1-tf
A. SOAVL12S, Attorney and Conn.-iellii:-at
Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Olliee o cr
n-bt National liank, St. Alliaiw, Vt.
1'. S. Will attend to Collection, unci prosecute
iiiinm aLfaiimt the United State.i for A rival h of
.iy, or Dounty to Soldiers, Widow's and Invalids
i iisimiH, Ac. Ac. ;l-tl
lam, oniioaito ilant: street, St. Aioans,
l , ll'UUlin.y 11 .III lliillin vl .ill
Sundays exctpted.) All the latest stylcsof pie
ties mane at inis viuiieiy. .viiuuus aim i
ire 1' rumen, Stereoscopic and card 1'icturcn ot
erniont Scciurv, all ut low prices. Call early
,iul often. T. (i. ..lCllAHDMJN,
Lot-ll. i ioiru-itu.
1 KOUCi: IIOUUIITO.', Attorney and
X tounsellnr at Law and Solicitor in Cii n-
r, M. Aioaus, .erinoni. umci neai .ne vo.-u-ihee,
and lesKlenco on Welden street.
Also, lulled States Commissioner, Coniniis
omr of Deeds for the States of New York,
assachusetts, and other States. IIu will give
rumpt attention to all professional linsmess
Uli which he mav be entrusted.
St. Albans, Nov." I, 1M11. tf
S. .VOllWIfll, I'ractical Steam and
Oas l-'itter. lirass and Iron lioods of ever
Lscription, for steam, water, and f..is. Onus
ad locks repaired, and keys lilted, Ac.
St. Albans. t. 173-ly
rAJIKSSTO.MC, CillOCI.K, Killiilinin lllock
I Jtaiu Street, St. Albans,
lltON 3 IK 11
o.ilcrs in Nails, Glass, Oils, l'aints, Airricul-
irai Tools, which we oiler at a low cash liguie
(. orner lalce anil Alain streets.
St. Albans. March 1U, 1801. 1-tf
KKlli:ilT ItKAI.VKUU. dealer in 1-on
ii.li and domestic Dry Goods, Loots and
iocs xanuee motions, corner ol .uaiu anil Jjanl
:reets, St. Albans, Vt. 101)
.HAKLF.S VVY3I.V.V, dealer in 1'inu Watch-
es, Clocks and Jewelry, Sterl ns,' Silver imp
ilver 1'latcd Ware. Kaney Oood', .u great si
dy. Watch Hi-pairiiiL; and Kii(;ruv iilj. St.
Ibans, Vt. 10;)
uaixuuu iv; si'li.vil, dealers in l anev
and Domestic Dry Goods, liiain and f.mej
assinicrcs, Coheres, Ac. 117.
a. o. nuuNinin. waihsi-.n ii. hi'n.vii.
South Mam Street, St. Albans, Vt.
i v. i u.vi iv; uw dealers m Dry tiood
JLm and choice Family Groceries. Corner ol
am and 1-airlieldStieetH, St. Albums v t. 11'
V. C. I'OST, 1 .lANl'.S.
.Il.tltfl IV .If.TTUT, 1 ..1 ... T - ..
a nii-.nii .v. iiijur.1'. i-.iciiitiiii. vi.. 1 v 11
Sweatland l'ronriutor. This House is local
i in tlu centre of the village, near the Custom
ouse. i'ost-Olliee and .Mills. ld'J-ly
I ILL iv SAl-rOllD, Attorneys at Law, and
I Solicitors in Cliancen. Olhcp. Lake Street
t. Albans Vt. il02.V2-l-tt.
I. J. Hili. G.A. Sahoiii..
A VII) C It A W V O U D, Jio.-U lilmlc-r and
Ulank Hook .Manufacturer,
lnp-mnn K nn.K. Sr.. Alhnns. vt.
tt? Ititiil.mr in nv,i'v utvlnfl'fitii i 1 1 1 tU I r:l 1
inn miiht iOHtiv. ami m ( 01 o in n, innrun:ii
Ucc, 420 1807 ISCniO
I iMtnmtiivrnTi nf Tiir
17 rt. a'ip.axh. vr. .
G. M. 1'IKllCK ....Cm:hk,
HORACE P. HALL, M
(Late of tho Army, Ac.,)
(ih vptnrneil to St. Allians. and mav be lound
for tho present at the Amoiican Hotel
'articular attention liuid lo On
eraiive surfer y. lou-iy
APKIt and Linen Culls, a large assort ment.
at VV .M. .SI11T 11 .V uo s.
)Il. ei.6. CLAHK has removed to fiouth Main
Street. Ollico at hia reside
Kt. AlbaiiP, Vt., May. i!. lblf
CILVIUAI. AM) M:l..l A
I c?TTTTirtPTD APR A'NrrVElMTCNT.
Comment in 1 3opt. M. 1803,
TIMIS-H OOIXd SOIT1I ANT li.VHT
Leave St. Albans at (1.21 v. n . 11.0) mini,
and 8.110 n. in. , ,
Mail Train loaves Ilnn-ie's Pont nt 1:10 a. m.,
receives pnsnengors ironi Ogdeiisburgh K. It.,
and connects at White lliver Junction and Hol
lows Falls with trains fol Hostott, Worcester,
Springtlold, and with tram on Passumpale I!.
11.. arilves at Now York at 10.15 p. m.
Steamboat train leave St. Albans at 8,-bi, a.
in., eiuinectliig at iiurungtou 'mo n'"""
for Like Oooigii, Saratoga, fee.
I'HV Kr s leaves Motitioui at n;iu n. in., "i.
Johns at in-iMI a. in., Ogdoiislmrgh at 3-30 a. in.,
Kousi's Point at tii:l." a. in., lor Boston, Ac., ar
riving in Hostoi:, Lowll at 10:fl(lp. in.
Night Express leaves Ogdeiisburgh at 1.00 p.
in.. Montreal nt p. in., House's l'oint at J.!ki
p. in., St. Johns at 5:00 p. m., arriving at Hoston
nt 8.10 a. in., connecting at Hollows 1'iillH with
Cheshire Itoad for Hoston and Worcester and
with Vermont Valley lluilroad for Springfield, Ac,
and arriving in New-York at 12.110 p. m.
TIIA1NH (loINO SOUTH ASI) VfiHT. :
1 r-ave St. Albans for Montreal ut (i.10 a. til..
and 1::13 p. in. For House's l'oint. Oj.dcnlmrt;h I
and the West at (i:(3 and 11:00 a. in., and (1..M
i. in. '
i)av F.xpresN leaves Hostoii via. Lowell 8.0.1 a
in. Iiir liiulini,t,iii, St. Albans. Montreal. Ac
arm in,' al Moot red ut 10:0 i p. m , M,'deiiburh i
at li::'0 a. in., m ikini. elox. ini etioii with the I
train Inr the West.
Mail Train li:acs I'.oston M.i Lowell, at 7:01
i. in., via Lawrence and l-itehlmri,' at i.::u n.m.,
-pi inlield at 7:43 a. m., for linrlin(.ton, and
Th trains leaving Hoslim via. Fitehbur). at
7:'1' a. in., and Kprhicrneld at 7:13 a. m., connect
ut White lliver .lunctioii with the Hay KxpresB
Ai-coiiiniod.ition Tiuie leiiM-s N'ortlilleld at
7M3 a. in., for Hurlmnti.n, llutlaiul, St. Allians,
Holme's l'oint, Oj.endi'sbur;h, Vc.
Night J-Apre.s'i leaves llellows calls at lu.ou p,
., n fcivlnir pahseiirfers from Verniout Valley
lluilroad. leavin N w York at 12.1n is in., and
rroin Cheshire Uailroad. leavin;' Huston at 5:;!0
,ng liosion at d:,w
and Ogdeiisburgri, I
in., coniiccttni: at White llivei-
rain leaving Huston ut 3:00
inn. liiiitHi'ri I'nint. .Montreal
..oniieetiiiL' with steamerd andOrand Trunk
Iraliis lor UiuW est.
SleeniiiL' ears are attached to hoth the iul'IiI
l-.xnress trains running between St. Albans am
Huston, and St. Albans and SpruiLilleld.
Tliroiljili ticucts lor uuicai.0 ami tue mcsi iuj
side at tlie principal stations.
It. .Ill .lii.l 1.1., nup.
St. Allians, Sept. 11, 18G8.'
nL"t'iivr.iiA.u iu;iiLi.c;T5. ami vi
XX VALLKY HAILllOAD.
On and after Dec. 2d, 1807, trains will nil
:is follows, viz :
JIOVIXO SOUTH AKH HAST.
Leave Hurlington at 8:!!0 a. in., 1:33 p. m. ihl'C
);I3 p. m. Arrive ut liutland at 11:2,) a. in. ,1:11
in. a:(io a. in. Jii.wi a. m.
LeavellutlaudatLOOa.m., 12:00 m. Anhc
Hellov.-s Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 p. in., A- .1:23 a.
Leave Hollow.. Falls at 7.50 a. ill., 2:2op. m.
;.:.)0 a m. Arnvo at Hrattleboro at 8:.)0 a. in.,
1:20 p. in., 1:27 .1. in.
3IOV1SO NOIlTIt AND WliST.
Leave Hrattleboio' at 11:00 . in., -L-15 ,t 11:00 p.
m. Arrive al ueiiows runs ai i-juiu a. in., aim
5:10 and 0:33 p. in.
Leave Hollows Falls at 12.3.J p. m., .:l.i p. in.
10.00 p. m. AiiTvo at Hutlaml al :J:10 p. in.,
LOO p. m. 12:83 a. m.
ixiuvo liutnmiiat u.nu a. in., l.ai p, in., .i.-u
in. 1:30 a. in. Arrive at Hurliiij.ton ut 0:13 a.
m., -1:2.) p. m., and (i. lo )i. in. i.iu a. in.
THA1NS CONNKC'l' AS FOLLOWS:
i7r AtHurhneton withHo.its on Lake Chaui-
nlain and Verniout Central and Vermont and
Canada ltuilroads, for Molitpelier, St. Albans,
House's l'oint, .Montreal, Oj,dcnsl)ur;,li, and the
We.--t. At Hiitland with trams for Troy, Alb m
.mil New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady,
.mil the West. At Hollows Falls with trains on
Cheshire lluilroad for Fitchburgli, Worcester,
Lowell, and Hoston. With t. Valley lluilroad,
for Uruttloboro', Springliold, Hartford, New Ha
ven, and New York and with Sullivan llailro.id
for Windsor, White lliver Junction, V, ells li'.ver,
St. Johiisburv, Newport, Littleton, and the
l'ahsenuei-s lor the West will hml this a cheap,
pleasant, and expeditious route.
roil nuiu-.ir), una an nceeasaiy liiiormaiioii.
euipuro ut tlie unices on mo line.
w-tr. ni'.u. a. .uiiiiuiiii. niiut.
SIMI'IIT.-? C f? i ti..m fl.
WIKTEll Ai;tItAIUJ!JJVliJI'J 1' iaU4-D.
On and after 3londav. Nov. 11, 1801, Passenger
Trains will run aa follows :
Day Kxpios Train leaves Concord at 0.33 a.
in., lor wiute liivor junction, connecting wan
trains for Montpelier, Hurliiigton, House's Point.
Montreal, .Yc, and witli Ogdeiisburgh and Grand
lniiiK llailroads, lor tlie West.
Mail Train leaves Concord at 10.-13 a. in., lor
Wmte lliver Junction, connectilig witli train I'm
Wells Hner. St. .loluislmrv, JJarton, .ewiiort,
WillougblA and Magog Lakes, Staustead, Hath,
Littleton, and Lancaster; also, with tiams foi
Mont policr, Hurlington, St. Albans, House's Point,
n f. i.. A .i 1.......1. ,..i ti... i'...i
.UOUlIOia, W4Ul."llSUlllll, .111.1 liiu inn,
liristol Train leaves Concord at 3.30 p. in., for
Franklin and Hristol.
KveiiniL' Kxnress Train leaves Concord at fa.li
is in., lor wmte lliver JUiicuon, connccimg win.
ir.iins tor Montpelier, Hlllliiigton, St. Albans,
House's Point, Montreal, Ogdeiisburgh, and the
Or on arrival of trains from HostonVoreeuter,
l'lii-tsmoiith, Poitland, iVc.
Moruing Kxnrcss Train leaves White Hivei
Junction for Concord at 1.13 a. in., (iron arrival
of train from Ogdenaburgh and Montreal. On
Mondavs at U.23 instead of 1.13.
Hristol Train loaves Hristol lor Concord at s
a. in., and Franklin a t 0.12 a. in.
Mail Train leaves White lliver Junction for
Concord at 12.15 p. in., or on arrival of trains
over the Vermont Central, Passumpnic, and
White Mountains llailroads.
Dav Kxurcos Train leaves White Hivei Juno
tion at LuS p. in., or on arrival of trains from
Montreal and Ogdeiisburgh, Hrattleboro', Koono,
liol lows ialls. Windsor. ,yc, connecting at uon
cord witli tram for Manchester, Nushua, Lowell
These trams connect at Concord with trains
for Manchester. Lawrence. Portsmouth. Port
laud, Nashua, Worcester, New York, Lowell, 11111'
ILlaton. U.NSl.UW Mli.VH.Mi, AgOIll
Concord. N. II. Nov. 10.1801. w-lf
NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT,
ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868,
: FOUR-HORSE 00A0H
Will run from St.
Albans to Sheldon,
Leave St. Albans every dav at 2 o'clock p
Arrive nt snoidon at J o'ciocu p. m.
Leave Sheldon at 8 o'clock a. m. Arrivo at St
Albans ut 10 o'clock a. in.
II. JKNNLSON, Proprietor.
St. Albans. May 23th, IMS, dl5-tf
VT,5 WJ CDN ES
MORTON & PEK0Y!
Having bought of 0. W. HlodRett Ills new and!
entire stock of t
Feel satislled in saying to tlie public tliut they
can sell goodi as low us can be bought in Frank
lin Com. ty. AllwoaHk is to have customers,
come in, and sati-fy iTieniselveH. before pur
cliasing I'lsewliere. ' We have, and are receiving,
all the new styles from market, eonsistiii or
READY MADE CLOTHING,
i'iid!i"-s vaiictios. and alaige and well selected
BootG and Shoes, Rubber Coats !
will sell low lor casli. We have the
largest aRsortinent of
SCATS AND CAPS
To be found m Northern Verniout. If you don't
believe it, call and see for yourselves. Our
Clothing is New and Desirable, consisting of
I' A NTS
Boys' and Youths' Clothing,
Wo have a low Winter Over (.'oats left, that
ko will sell at a big discount from cost, for cash,
lieincmbcr the place. Two doors West of the
American House, Lake Street.
MOHTON ,Y I'KKCY.
Hr.NUY G. "Mouths. Ai.iu'.kt N. Pr.itny.
ld-tf Forineily witli Win. N. Smith ,V Co
1X.SUltAXCK.- The undersigned will take
risks for either of. the following Hist class
ftonie insurance I'omjwiny
OF NKW IIAVKN
CJajjiltil Slock. .ltOOt ).(.)()().
Fire and Marine of Springfield.
Capital f-itelc, sroo,ooo.
National Insurance Company,
Ci2TS. $300 ,00 !
Insure against Fire and Marine Hisks. Not un
ci oiling SOO.O'lO on any one Hisk.
Kach of the above amounts of Stock paid in.
M. HL'CK, Agent,
Ofiico over Weeks' store, St. Albans, Vt.
Nov. 1st, Ifllli. u-tr.
THE ST. ALBANS BRIGADE BAND
Are pioparod to furnish music for
I'MJIKM HN and
And on oilier occasions where Hand and String
Music is required.
Orders addressed to
GEORG-E E. KINSLEY,
At the Tremoiit House, will receive nronivt at
g7b. smith, "
Hetail Dealer in.
CAFS, fit PURS,
Hnfl'alo and Fancy Sloigh llobes, Fur Overcoats,
Ladies' Dress Furs, Fur and Huek Gloves
Mittens, UiubrollaH, Ac., Ac.
for Glover and Halter's Sewing
St. Albans, Vt.
PAID FOR SHIPPING
D A YSEPTEMBER 16, 1S6S.
I NEAT AND NEW!
IN ST. ALBANS.
SIoit on Lake Street,
The undersigned having nicely fitted up the
store in tlie American House lllock, on Lake
St., ami stocked it with a choice assortment ol
nit uiss axj m uiivrxi:s ,
liospoetfully solicit a share of the patronage ol
this community, feeling sure that
tney can glve
satislaetion in goods anil prices
oun stock or
Is coniiilcte, consisting in all the unproved va
rieties, and our general stock includes all goods
usually kept in a store of this kind.
tors tor the
A. B. A. BITTERS,
One of the best Spring Medicines in the mar
ket. Physicians orders solicited, and carefully
and promptly filled. In quality and price wo
guarantee to' satisfy all who favor us with their
Store open on Sundays at noon, for supplying
Is a practicing Physician in regular
and wt.i attend to all protessional
nienibor tho place, under tho American House,
Lake Street, St. Albans,
dl-tf GHKKN .t NICHOLS.
WiiRD &L BURNES,
Dealt rs in alii kinds of
LAKE ST., ST. AL1JANS,
First door above tho St. Albans Houso, keep
constantly on hand a full assortment of
Of all kinds;
And all sorts of artieles usually kept in business
of their kind. Highest cash price paid for .til
kinds of country Produce.
GIVE US A OAIiL.
WAHD k HUUNKS.
EfEW SADIES STORE
Opposite Store of Saxe ,Y Place in building
formerly occupied by S. S. ,v J. A. Hedard. La
dies will lind here a complete and choice assort
ment of Fancy Dry goods iust received from
maiket, sueh lis
Fringes all colors.
Fans, a rich lot.
Valencienes and Thread Laco
A nice lino of French Cambrics and Fancy
liawns, A now ruu uiovo which nurpasscs any.
tliiiiL' vet brought into this market, and tear-
ranted. All of which will be sold at reasonable
prices. Ladies will Hud it to their advantage to
call and examine for themselves.
i Dress and Cloak making in all its varieties
under the skillful supervision of Miss Kllcn
Moon,, loi,,' ami favorably known to tho inhabi
lUIUSOl WHS vinuuu aim V1C1IIUV.
Agent for WILCOX ,t GIHU'H Sewing Machinos.
1-il-tb L. P. Kimiton,
SACK COATS FOll SPUING, go to
WM. N. SMITH & CO'S.
Eliliu II. Huntington,
tmvi'iwson to a. it. mvnyan.
A SKS attention to the following partial Hat of
:. articles, which 1 will soil at the lowest raton
AMERICAN WATCHES. j
Howard, Tremoi t, Millrose. and all the dilTer-
ent grades of Walthain, National, and Unit
ed States Co's Watches. A large assort
ment of Gold and Silver Am 'riean
Cafs-s, of the best styles. Also,
Gold and Silver Swiss Watches.
Ladies' Gold Huntiiig Walelies, American and I
Swiss. Tlie latest and best patterns of Gold,
; Plated and Silver Chains, Fine Gold and
Plated Jewelry of all desciiplions, A
splendid assortment of Ladies'
! FSP-JE GOIiD SSTS,
1 l-Urusc.in, Coral, Garnet, Ac, Ac. Gcntloineiis'
1 Pius, Masonic Pius and Kings. Diamond.
Kiuerald, llitby, Aniethyste, Pearl and
Garnet Finger Kings, 18 Kt. Plain
Kings, (lold Hracelets, Silver
.Plated Spoons and Forks,
Kttra and Treble Plate. Teasels Castor, Cake
Hnskets, Vases, Ac., Ac. Coin Silver Spoons,
Thimbles, Ac. A very large .tod; of
1 Gold and Steel Spectacles, everv pair
1 sold warrinled to suit. Pocket
! Knives, Shears and Scissors of the 1st quality.
I shall receive Ironi day to day new slvle
Jewelry, Silver and PlateYl Wate, which" 1
sell at tho lowest market rates.
nil' Watch icpairing and engraving don
promitly. 1,1 -If.
I" have recently relit ted in market, which is
JL supplied with the best of
'l'l ipr, mill
Di-irtt a lift
Table Delicacies of the 'Season !
Now 011 hand, a nice lot of
SUGAR CTTRED HAMS
F R E S II F1 I S II
SI. Ali.ans, May 10, 1808.
sim:s admiration, lo lie admired, thev
must possess l.oautv and lute.ligenco.
Most every one has liitiiligence, and
ALL DAN BE BEAUTIFUL
Hy using tlie I'AI'IIIAX I.OTIAN, th,. latest
and most wonderful of all the cosmetics. Hv its
uso all moths and freckles aro removed, the skin
becomes clean and transparent, and the eheeii
roseate with tlie hue of youth. The Panltian
L,oiioii can no lound at
THE PEOPLE'S DRUGSTORE!
And also a most complete assortment of all toi
let articles. The now and fragrant Klor tl-
Miij o, and the deliciou.s wood Violet, and all
other choice and fragrant perfumes.
HAIR DRESSINGS AND DYES
Puff and Powder Poxes, Colognes, Toilet Soaps,
Teeth wat h 's and Powders. Hrnslios: btich as
Hair, Tooth, Nail, Infant, Ac., Ac.
Call and see the beautiful necessities and lux
uries fur tho toilet even if you do not w ish to buy
As lull a stock of pure IJriiKs as can be lound in
the Statu of Vermont, together with llesinoids,
Fluid Extracts, and all articles required in a
Physicians or domestic practice. Warranted
pure and of llrst quality. This store will be nn
doixold In none in St. Albans.
Trusses, Shoulder Hraces, Supporters, Ac,
and every thing kept in a well regulated
S. R. DAY, AGENT.
St. Albans. Vt. June. 1R0H.
Morton & Percy's,
PIVOT ACTION BRACE !
A superior Suspender for Skirts or Pants ! An
uueiiiialed brace for tho Shoulders. Always
Suspender. A braeo or not at pleasure. IU
simplicity, durability, ease and convenience,
commend it to every Lady, Gentleman, or Youth.
Examine for yourself, and bo convinced that all
herein stated is true. Prices, 75 cents, $1 00,
$1 23, II 00. ld-tf
rjHAKESPKKK Collars, of all kinds nt
5 WM. N. SMITH .V CO'S.
HATd FOP. BOYS ; CAPS FOH HOYS AT
W'M. N. SMITH .V COS.
A coiTcflpomlciit Rends uh (ho follow
ing dufccription of the portrnitgullcry of
folubritios of the French ltevolution
lately opened in Paris : "Whnt llrst
HtiikcH one on entering is: the noble nml
nmnly aspect of the great majority of
the subject of these portrait!, most of
whom were active tncmbcrM of the Con
vention, famous for their cruelty and
disregard of human life. Except Marat
and I'ouclin. who are sininlv liidenim
there is not a face hero which, is not in
some way attractive. jvon Ainriucnu,
tliotigh strongly marked witli the small
pox, has an expression of intense power
in his countenance which, doubtless,
greatly contributed to theextraordinary
eileet lie is said to have produced in hiH
speeches. Tlie llrst portrait in the col
lection is (hat of Marie Antoinette a
quiet, calm, somewhat proud face, such
as she might have had in her retirement
at Trianon before tho rev lution broke
out. jncxi comes iionesiuerre. in pro
file, with n cold, penetratimj look; St.
Just, a liandfcome, smiling, iraily dressed
youth of 20, painted shortly before his
icatn oy ins menu David ; Uouthon
Uanton and Camille DesmoulitiH. all
looking calm and careless, as if the guil
lotine Had 110 terrors lor them. There
is a portrait of Andrew Chenicr, the
classical poet, and of ltouget do Lisle,
author of the "Marsaillaise," the latter
picture plei ceil in several placed with
layonet tiuusts. Mine. Kolanu, with
irregular but attractive features, and
Hubert, editor of the infamous Pcrc Du
chesne, come next. There arc nlso por
traits ol (Jliarlotte. Cordav.thePrincesse
de Lambaille, Tcroignc de Mericourt,
tlie oriKinal "Uodtlcss of lleason" who
ended lior days in the madhouse, Mine.
Taliien, dre.-hed en Amazonc ; Talley
rand, and Jjouih Jlonaparle, father of the
present Emperor. Pull Mull (Utzcltc.
One of the lintler Spoon Cases,
From tlie New Orleans Times, Sept. 1.
YVu have received from Mr. J. D.
O'Conne.l a communication defending
General Butler from the charge of hav
ing stolen Dr. Campbell'B silverware in
1802. Mr. O'Conneil was a detective of-
llcer under both General Butler and
banks, and sat as a Senator in the Lenis-
laturc elected under the ausniccsof Gen
eral Banks in 1SG1. lie states that af
ter tlie houfcc was seized by General
Butler, and -while in charge of a guard
placed in it for its protection, the silver
ware was stolen. The guard consisted
of Corporal Roundy anil Privato H. W.
ilumnhrey. They took the silver ami
sold it to a man named Kooman, who
subsciiuently disposed of ittoapieoyunc
jeweller named Lcwcowiez, who held
lorth on Camp street, near .Lafayette
square. Mr. U'Connell states that when
he had worked up the case and Inlorm-
cd tlie General of the facts, "his aston
ishment and anger were great indeed."
He had the prisoners brought before
him and exhausted his powers of per
suasion and threats of punishment in
order to induce them to give up their
nooty, out without avail. Thereupon
they were sent lor trial ucloro tho Pro
vost Court, and on conviction were sen
tenced imprisonment ut JL'ort Jackson at
hard labor for live years, with ball and
chain, and tlie property of Lcwcowiez
was conliscateu, in accordance with the
General's summary method of adminis
tering justice, in continuation of his
version of the case, Mr. O'Conneil copies
from the JJcc, of Nov. 20, 1802, the de
tails of the case, substantially as above
BSyThore may be seen daily, on Chest
nut street Philadelphia, u man clad in
faultless apparel, witli a great diamond
upon his breast, vainly endeavoring to
outglitter the magnilicent solitaire upon
liis linger. In a German university ho
learned chemistry, and not even Liebig
knows it better. Ills occupation is the
mixing and the adulteration of liquors.
Give Rim a dozen casks of deodorized
alcohol, and the next day each of iliem
will represent the name of a genuine
wine or a popular spirit. He enters a
wholesale drug storef bearing a huge
basket upon his arm. Five pounds of
Iceland moss are first weighed out for
him. To raw liquor this imparts a de
gree of smoothness, ofolcaginousness,
that gives to imitation brandy the glib
ness of that which is best matured. An
astringent called catchu, that would al
most close the mouth of a glass ink
stand, is next in order. A couple of
ounces of strychnine, next called for,
are quickly conveyed to tho vest pocket
and a pound of sulphate of zinc (white
vitrei) is us silently placed in the bot
tom of tlie basket. Tlie oil of cognac,
tlie sulphuric, acid, and other articles
that give tire and body to the liquid
poison, are always kept in store. Tlie
mixer buys these things in A'arious quar
ters. They are the staples of hia art.
A poot in the Now Orleans Times, In
a campaigh song to tlie Blair Guards,
All ye colored Democrats, .
Our cause is just and bright :
Come join us in tho issue,
And God defend the right !
Fcvmour will protect you
tn all that's just and fair,
And on tlie first of next November
"With us vote for Frank P. Blair.
It is stated that as Geo. II. Pendleton
was leaving the platform recently, after
one of his most vigorous harangues, ho
was accosted by a one-armed man who
congratulated him on his excellent
speech. "I can appreciate it," said tho
man, holding up his stump. "I lost this
arm while defending your principles."
"All ! indeed," said the orator, blandly
smiling. "Yes, &ir," said the other, "I
lost that arm while lighting in the
Southern army against the Abolition
A new opera by Flotow, "Lea Deux
Compositeurs," is announced for this
month, at Prague.