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ST. A'-IVBAJSTS, VT., FRIDAY, SEPTJMBEE IS, 1S6S.
' Vol. I.
'ermoiit Duil y Transcript,
( published each evening.
five m llunun' Mock, Lake St., St. .ittiaus. VI.
WILBUR 1 DAVIS, lMloP'R.
V I Mil' II 1 DAVIH,,,,
AijMont Uahnus, j
jryear, in advaneo, S,()0
v mmitlip (11 iiilvillIPP '1WU
llireo months, in advance, 2-i.'9
J no month, in advance
'i, Advertisements should lie handed in as early
tlic morning m tno nay in uiun nm-mn-.i
i BUSINESS CARDS.
-v hk tv t. i iinu't.rv n,...1. i j mi (iriK'oriOM
J ami Wist India Goods ol every de-cnplluii,
- w Block. Lake Street, St . Albans. W-
TT1LLARD FARRINGTOX, ATruilM-a -V
V Councilor at Law and Solicitor m ( hail-
..i .... nr.i,.,. mi ii i s. i;oce. mm cm juucn.
lll.l.'A" 1V i .t .1 I I II .JS 1,-
OHS ,VT LAW and Solimtmii in l miliary,
(lice in Union Mode, St. Albans, Vt.
'vNA 11. IIAIMIt. 1'AHK 11 WIS, II. C. AIMS.
1 T LIVINGSTON .V SONS, dealer in Cabinet
i'l - Furniture. Childrens ( atriages, Collins,
, fiskots, Fictims anil Picture i rallies, vaii i a
1 r, Window Similes. Ac, St Albain, Vt.
)LAISD1LL A- EATON, Attorneys at Law,
J and Solicitors in Phunccry. Cambridge, t.
Sa k. in.Aisnr.ix. v,m. w. i:akin.
' i SAHFL S. HYDE, Dealer in all kinds of
Vi. I amily Groceries, narrow isiock. m. i-
ns, Vernioi t
K. AV. TIIIHAl'l.T, Phvsician and Snr-
I Mi1i. iclii.lil ..1,-ni.t nver Mefcso's-
ain'lell's Clothing House. Ift7-ly
T . rJ, - , ... iwi i., , . ..v ""
i and Solicitors in Chancery. Other m No
i 'h N'ew Block. St. Albans Vt. Attend Courts
1 glllilliy HI 1'iaillillli, uncaits, aim l.aiinniic
i' unities. lii'J-tf
. . . .-i., t ill.
H. ( . nr.s ri':
v. 11. WILSON,
(! I I. yi A N, I) K X T I - OHjco jll the
J. KINGMAN BLOCK, Main St., opposito the
.iigrogational Chnreh. i-tf.
V XT V UOWA.V, I)
f . ovi r Wead and Dur
OK.VTI ST. -Olliee
en'H Drug store,
V Allll.lIM VI
J ' ' -
T lll't K, ATTORNEY AM) COUNSEL
l.OU AT LAW. Also. Agent fur first
iiirs luminance Companies, anil lor oniauuug
' ldu is pay, ,Ve,
Ullico over wociii. store. i-u
p A. SOAVl.KS.Attoi nny and Counsellor at
. tm Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Olliee oer
'rat National Hank, St. Albans, Vt.
P. H. Will attend to Collections, and prosecute
1 ainiH against the United States lor Arrears of
i i, orliounty to Soldiuis, Widow's and Invalid's
, 'iisions, Ae.j Ac. li-tf
, ) IClI.VlinSOX'S I'RTUltli (iAI.I.KIt.
r li Jiai 1. onnoslio JJ.Uiu oiieei. oi. iviuuim.
i IT,, hjt.iif nnn !! Iiimra itt' flu, ililV
iinuavs excenien.j ah ine nuesi. Hjimm inc
ited liiaile at this Galleiy. .lhuins and 1'ic
re Kranies. Stereoseooie and caril I'lcturosol'
1 rinont Scenerv. all allow nrieefj, ('all early
idotten. T. G. ..K'HAltlV'SON,
,i 157-11. lTopnetoi.
1 KOIl;1: K. lUUItiirro.V, Attorney and
X Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in Ch n-
jry, St. Albans, Vermont. Olliee near She l'o.
l lice, and lesidence on Welden street.
( Also, United States Commissioner, Coinniis
,.1'jiier of Deeds for the States ol New York,
assaelnisetts, and other States. He will give
ompt attention to all professional hiisines.-
,'.711 wiion l)u jijuy w emrusieii.
St. Albans. Nov. 4, lbttl. tf
TT S. NORWICH, Practical Steam and
Iff Gasl'itter. Urassand Iron lioods ol eVei'N
Inscription, fur steam, water, and gas. Guns
. ul luelis renaired, and Keys utteil, ,c.
St. Albans. Vt. 173-ly
V.V.IIKS STOXK, (iltOCKK, KIlimaiJ liloel.
'I Main Street, St. Albans, Vt. llli
fv7AmiAIl UUOTHKUS, 1U0N M1UI
1 il i a ill ,ttiin, VJiiica, vsui?, .iitita, vli.viii
n...., i.i .i. ., i ,. it
nil leuis, which we oner ai a low cusu iigiuc.
Corner Lake and Main streets.
St. Albans, March 1(1, 1861.
-KKUIOUT imAl.VUltD, dealer in l'ore-
IX. ign and domestic Dry Goods, ltoots and
,Vtoes Vankeo Notions, corner of Main and Hank
Yeels, St. Albans, Vt. 103
- M UAllIiUS WY5IAX. dealer in l'ino Watch-
i J us, Clocks and Jewelry, Steil ng Silver anp
1 'lver Plated Ware, l'ancy Goods m great vu
i.aty. Watch ltciuiring and lungrav ng. St.
r.'llilmu Vt IfVl
V 'loans, Vt.
. lllAIVEItU & Sl'UAll. ili.ii i.i-s hi l-'ntiev
-- - - - , .;
i n,,l I lri,,iriu, i. I 1 I iniiU ill, in niiil ,'l,ir
Vissnncres. Couercs. Ac. 117.
Il' A. O. llllAINEllU. WAIIUCX II. hl'KAlt,
.tiouth Mam Street, St. Albans, Vt.
'jr C. POST A CO., dealers in Drv Goods
-M . i.ii.i i,,,. I.-.,, ,,;i,- rs,-, ,o ;,.,, ,,i
. I J HHU LIIUJUU ,'.111111 UIVV 11 VI, V"l lll't
iyain uml FairliLhl Streets, St. Albans, Vt. 117
4 iilEIUOAN HOUSE, Itichford. Vt., Jerry 1!.
t i. sweaiianu rropriouir. inis uoiibo is uieai-
H in tho centre of the village, near the Custom
oiisc. I'osi-uineo ami .uiiik. luj-iy
TIT.1. A- KM.'l.'nnn AttnrniiVH nt T.nw. mill
mjl solicitors in L iianccn, umce, i-aue nireei
I. Albans Vt. dMA-w2Jl-tf.
i. .1. itll.L. U.A. iAHOUll.
" A V I D C 11 A W V 0 It 1), Hook Hinder and
XJ Dlank IwoJt Jlaiailacturer,
.iingman Block, St, Albans, Vt.
. onlr Hiiiiliin-in pvirv stvln from the cheapest
i tho most costly, and all done in a thorough
, Dec. 20 1BG7 lSCnil!
l-iioritir.Toii of tub
l HT T71 T, T 1 A "NT TT - TT f, n I I
8T. A'ir.A.VS, VT.
0. M. PIEItCE
HORACE P. HALL, M. D.
(Lato of the Army, Ac.,)
.las returned to St. Albans, and may be found
l tor tlie present at tho American Hotel.
'iirtticiilur attention paid to Op-
rniiv(! burner)'. lo'J-iy
DAPEIt and Linen Cuffs, a largo assortment
it WM. N.SHITH A- CO'S.
lIL S.i3. CLARK has removed to Fouth Main
I 1 Street. Oilico at hla reside
Bt. AlbmiB, Vt., May. 2, 1M.C
trKIWIIIVT IT.XTltAI, AM sn.UVAN
Uommoiioinfi Sopt. 14. 1803.
tumxh oot.vo sorrn ANL 1UST
Leave St. Albans at (1.2 I i. in., 12.00 noon,
and .s.110 n. m.
Mull Train leaves House's l'o'nt at 4:10 a. m.,
receives passengers from (Jgdeiishiirgli It. II.,
and eonoeetH at White lliver Junction and Mel
lows Vails with trains lor Huston, Worcester,
Sprlnglield, and with trains on I'asstimpsic It.
It., anives at New oru ai lo.i.i ji. in.
Dav Express leaves Montreal at H;l0n. in., St.
.ToIiiih nt 10:0(1 ii. in.. Oedensburgb at Ji'.lO a. ni., i
i House's Point at 10:4 5 a. in., for Hoston, Ae., ar
! living in Hostor, via. Lowell at 10::1IM). m.
1 Night Express leaves Ogdcnsburgh at 1.00 p.
I m., Montreal at 0:110 p. m., Houhu s Point at O.Oj
p. til., St. .lolilis at liaio p. in., unking "i "'
at H.I0 a. m., connecting at Hellows lulls with j
Cheshire lload for Hoston and Worcester audi
with Vermont Valley Hailroad forSpringlleld, Ac, j
and ai riving in NmvYorl. at P2.30 p. in.
T1UISS OOlNfl N'OltTIt AM) wi:vr.
Leave SI. Albans for Montreal at 0:10 n. m..
and 0:115 p. m. l'or House's Point, Ogdelisburgh
and the West at (1:05 and 11:00 a. in., and 0.30
Day l'iires9 leaves Hoston via. Lowell S.0J a
m. lor lilll'linglon, &t. Aioans, .uoinre.u. .ve ;
arriving at Mtintre.il.it 10:0) p. m., odenslmrgb j
at 12:30 n. in., making elosf eonueetion with the
train for the West. j
.Mail Tiain leacs Hoston via Lowell, at 7:0 1 j
a. in., via Lawrence and l'itehlmrg .it 7.30 a.m.. i
Springlh.ld at 7:i" m., for Hurlington, mid
The trains leaving Hoston via. l'itehlmrg at
7:30 a. in., and Springtleld at 7:15 a. m., connect
at White Hiver Junction with the Day Kxpiess
Accommodation Trail1 leaves N'orthlleld at
7:15 a. m., for Hr.rlington, ltntland, St. Albans,
House's Point, Ogelidesburgh, Ac.
Night Lxpress leaves Hellows Palls at 10.00 p,
i ., ieeeiving passengers from Vermont Valley
li.nlroad, leaving New You; at 12.15 p. in., and
from Cheshire Hailroad, leaving Hoston at 5:30
p. m., connecting at White U or Junction with
train leaving Hoston tit 5:00 p. in., forHurling
loii, House's Point, .Montreal and Ogdelishtirgn,
coiiiiceuiig with steamers iindGrand Trunk
Trains for thoWest.
Sleeping cars are attached to both the night
Lxpicss trains running between St. Albans tin,
HoMon, and St. Albans and Springfield.
Through tickets for Chicago and the West foi
sale at t lie principal stations.
G. MKHHILL, Sup.
St. Alums, Sept. II. lKfiS.
rUTI,Xn AXO ItUllI.lOTOX AM) VT
I VALLEY HA1LHOAD.
On and after Dee. 2d, 1807, trains will mi
as follows, viz :
MOVINO SOfTlI AMI P.AST.
Leave Itui lingtoii .it S:30 a, m., 1:35 p. in. 3:3t'
0; 1" ). m. Arrive at Jintl.uiil at 11:25 a. m., 1:11"
j. m. 8:00 a. m. 12.50 a. in.
Leave Hutland at 4:00 a. m., 12:00 m. Arrive
Hellows Palls at 7:10 and 2:20 p. m., ,v 3:25 a.
Leave Hellows Palls at 7.50 a. m., 2:25 p. in.
3:30 a m. Arrive at Hrattlcboro' at 8:50 a. in.,
3:20 p. m., 1:27 a. m.
.lOVINIl .NOIiril AND Wl'ST.
Leae Hrattlcboro' at 11:00 a. m., 4:15 A-0:00 p.
m. Anive at ISellows rails at Viiuu 'i. in., anil
5:10 and 0:55 p. m.
Leav.i Holluwij J'alls at 12.3.1 ii. in., o:15 p. ni.
10.00 i. m. Ariio at Hutland nt 3:1(1 p, m,,
i;uu p. m. a. m.
l.eave Jilitiamiat ii.ou a. m., i.-u p. m., .).zu
ni. 1:30 a. in. Arrive at Hurliiigton at 0:15 a.
m., i:a. p. in., ami ti.io p. in. i.io a. m.
THA1NS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS:
ir.r At Hurlington withHoats on Lake Chain-
nlaiu and Vermont Central and Vermont and
Canada Huilroads, for Montpelier, St. Albans,
liotise . Point, Jloiitreal, ugdensiiurgli, anil tno
West. At Hutland with traina for Troy. Alb iny
and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady,
unil the West. At Hellows Falls with trains on
Cheshire Hailroad for l'itehlmrgh, Worcester,
Lowell, and Hoston. With t. Valley Kailroail,
lor iirattleboro', Spriuglleld, Hartford, Nei- Ha
ven, and New York--and with Sullivan Hailroad
lor Windsor, White lliver Junction, Wells ltiver,
St. Jolmslmry, Newport, Littleton, ami tlie
l'uisbengurs lor the est will lind this a cheap.
pleasant, and expeditious route.
FOH TICKETS, and all necessary information
enquire at the Ollices on tho line,
w-tf. GEO. A. MEH1ULL, Sunt.
TOltTI IKil.V UAlIiUOAD.
VVIIJTEU ARHAN UtlMEN P-1801-5.
On and after Monday, Nov. 11, 1801, Passenget
I'rains will run as follows :
Day Express Train le'i es Concord a 'J,35 a.
m.. tor White Hiver Junction, connecting with
trains for Montpelier, Hurlington, Hondo's Point,
Montreal, Ac., anil witli ogileiisuiirgn anil urauil
L iiuiK llailroatls, lor the est.
ilail Train leaves Concord at 10.15 a. in., lor
White ltiver Junction, connecting with train fur
Veils Hiver, St. Jolmslmry, ISarton, Newport,
sVilloughby and Magog Lakes, Staustead, Hath,
Littleton, and Lancaster; also, with, trains foi
Montpelier, liurhngtou, St. Albans, House's Point,
Montiela, Ogdeiisburgh, and tho West.
Dristol Train leaves Concord at 3.30 p. m., foi
Franklin and Uristol.
Evening Express Tram leaves Concord at 8.1!
p. in., for White ltiver Junction, connecting with
trains lor Montpelier, Hurlington, St. Albans,
House s Point, .Montreal, OgilensLmrgli, and the
Or on arrival of trams from Hoston, Worcester,
Portsmouth, Portland, Ac.
Morning Express Tram leaves Whito Itivci
Inaction for Concord at 1.15 a. in., or on arrival
if train from Ogdcushitrgh and Montreal. On
Mondays at 0.25 instead of 1.15.
Hristol Tram leaves Hristol tor Concord at tt
i. in., and Franklin at 0.12 a. in,
31 nil Train leaves White Hiver Junction for
Concord at 12.15 p. in,, or on arrival of trains
over tho Vermont Central, Passumpsie, and
i,i t .!.. . ,i .11 l
it one .uoiuiiuiiis Jiaiu oaiis.
Day Express Train leaves White Hiver Junc
tion at 1.5S p. m., or on arrival ot trams troni
Montreal and Ogdeiisburgh, Urattlehoro', Keenc,
Hellows Falls, Windsor, Ac, connecting at Con
cord with train for Manchester, Nashua, Lowell
These trains connect at Concord with trams
for Manchester. Lawrence, Portsmouth, Port
land, Niialiiia, Worcester, New York, Lowell, am'
Hoston. U.NSLiOW SllSAUISS, Atffilt.
Concord. N. H. Nov. 10. 1HIU. w-if.
NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT, '
ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868, j
Will run from St. Albans to Sheldon, as fol
low s :
Leave St. Albans evorv day at 2 o'clock p. in,
Arrive lit Sheldon nt 1 o'clock p. in.
Leavo Sho'.don at 8 o'clock a. m. Arrive at St.
Albans at 10 o'clock a. m.
II. JENNISON, Proprietor.
i,t. Aiuans, jiay -j.iiii, isiis.
CLOTHING, Clothirc forS
rg for Spring at
WM. N, SMITH A- CO'S.
I, A K 15 ST H 13 1ST.
MOIaTOjS1 & PERCY!!
Having bought of G. W. Hlodgett his new and
entire stock of
11 A TS
Pool satisfied in saying t the public Mint thoy
can soli goods as low as can ho bought in Frank
lin County. All we ask is to hae customers
eomo in, and satisfy themselves, beforo pur
chasing elsewhere. We have, and aroieeeiving,
all the new styles from market, consisting of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Of endless varieties, and a large and well nrleeted
Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats
Wbich we will sell low for cash. We have tho
largest assortment of
HATS AND CAPS
To bo found m Northern Vermont. If you don't
believe it, call and seo for yourselves. Our
Clothing is New and Desirable, consisting of
TIES, AND HUTTONS.
Boys' and Youths' Clothing.
We have a few Winter Over Coats left, that
ive will sell at a big discount from cost, for cash.
Iteinember the place. Two doors West of the
American House, Lake Street.
MOHTON A- PEHCY.
Hr.xuv G. Monros. Ai.imiiT N. Pimcv.
Id-tf l-'onm rly with Win. N. Smith A Co
IXSUUAXUK. The undersigned will take
risks for either of the following first class
Home Insurance Company
OF NEW HAVEN
Capittil Slock. 81,000,000.
international ol' New York.
Fire and Marine of Springfield.
Capital f-Uoelc. ."JOO.OO.
National Insurance Company,
CilPITAS. $3 CO, OOO!
Insure against Firo and Marino Hisks. Not ex
ceeding $30,0(10 on any one Hisk.
Each of the above ainoitnts of Stock paid in.
M. HUCK, Agent,
Office over Weeks' store, St. Albans, Vt.
Nov. 1st, 1SUG. 11-tr.
THE ST. ALBANS BRIGADE BAND
Are prepared to furnish music for
And on other occasions where Hand and String
Music is required.
Orders addressed to
GEORG-E E. KINSLEY,
At the Tremont House, will leceive prompt at-'
Gr. B. SMITH
I Retail Dealer In.
HATS, CAPS, & FURS,
Buffalo and Fancy Sleigh Holies, Fur Overcoats,
Ladies' Dress Furs, Fur and Huck Glove
Mittens, Umbrellas, Ac, Ac.
Also agent for Growr and linker's Sewing
Monitor Block, Lake Street,
St. Albans, Vt,
CASH PAIU F0R SHIPPIN3 FURS.
107-tf GILHEItT II. SMITH.
NEAT AND NEW
IN ST. ALBANS.
The. Dnijj Store on Lake Street,
GREENE fit XICHOLS.
Tho undersigned having nicely fitted up tho
store in the American Houso Ulock, on Lako
St., and stocked it with a tihoico assortment of
DRUGS AXJ MEDICINES!
Itespectfully solicit a Bharo of tho patronngo of
! this community, feeling sure that tlicy can give
satisfaction in goods and prices. Our stock
OUU STOCK 01
Is complete, consisting in all the approved va
rieties, and our genoral stock includes all goods
usually kept in a store of this kind. Headquar
ters for the
A. B. A. BITTERS,
One of the best Spring Medicines in the mar
ket. Physicians orders solicited, and carefully
and promptly tilled. Tn 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 standing,
and will attend to all professional calls. l!e
inember the placo, under the American House,
Lako Street, St. Albans,
dl-tf GREEN A NICHOLS.
WARD & BURNES,
Dealers in alll kinds of
(xR O CEIIIES
LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS,
First door above tho St. Albans House, keep
constantly on hand a full assortment of
Of all kinds;
And all sorts of articles usually kept in business
of their kind. Highest cash price paid for all
kinds of country Produce.
GXVB XJS A GALIj,
dl-tf WARD A BURNES.
NEW .LADIES STORE
Opposite Store of Saxo .V Place in building
formerly occupied by S. S. A J. A. Bcdard. La
dies will find hero a complete and choice assort
ment of Fancy Dry goods hist received from
market, such as
Fringes all colors.
Fans, a rich lot.
Valencienes and Thread Lace
A nico lino of French Cambrics and Fancy
Lawns. A new Kid Glovo which surpasses any.
thing yet brought into this market, and war
raiitt'U, All of which will bo sold at reasonable
prices. Ladies will lhid it to their advantage to
call and examine for themselves.
Dress and Cloak making in -all its varieties
under tho skillful supervision of Miaa Elleai
Moore, long and favorably kpown to tup inhabi
tants of this village and vicinity.
Agent for WILCOX A CJIBB'S Sowing Machine.
1-Tl-tli L, V, Kwpto.
SACK COATS FOR SPRING, go to
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
Eliliu II. Huntington,
tst'CrKSSOn TO A. II. MfXYAN'.
A MK'S: fill. .llli, in Ii, tin, fAll,miii.. (ini'li.il li.il .,r
articles, which 1 will sell at tlie lowest r.iten
Howard, Treiuoi t, Milltose, ami all the (liner
, ent grades of Wnlthain, National, and Unit
I eil States Co's Watches. A large assort
ment of Gold and Silver American
' Cases, of the best styles. Also,
Gold and Silver Swiss Watches.
iM (lol(t Walcllf,Hi AlIluricMI RUll
I Swiss. The latest and best p.itteriis of Gold,
Plated and Silver Chains, Fine Gold and
Plated Jewelry of nil descriptions. A
j splendid assoitment of Ladies'
FINE GOLD SETS,
EtniBcan, Coral, Garnet, Ac, Ac. Gentlemens'
Pins. Masonic Pins and Rings. Djijnioiid,
F.merald, Ruby, Amcthyjlo, Pearl and
Garnet Finger Rings, 13 Kt. Plain
Rings, Gold Bracelets, Silver
Plated Spoons and Forks,
Extra and Treble Plate. Tea sets. Castors, Cako
Baskets, Vases, Ac, Ac. Coin Silver Spoons,
Thimbles, Ac. A very large stock of
Gold and Steel Snectaeles, every pair
sold warranted to suit. Pocket
Knives, Shears and Scissors of the 1st quality.
I shall receive Irom day to day now stvlos of
Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, which I will
sell at the lowest market rates.
3" Watch repairing and engraving done
E. C. GAJLLAR, Proprietor.
Lhave recently refitted my market, which is
supplied with tho best of
Table Delicacies ol' the Season !
Now on hand, a nico lot of
SUGAR CURED HAMS
E S II FISH,
St. Albans, May 15, 1G3.
DKsiHF.8 admiration. To be admired, they
in u s t possess Reanty and Into.ligence.
Most every one has intelligence, and
ALL CAN BE BEAUTIFUL
By using tho PAIUIIAN I.OT1AIV, tho latest
and most wonderful of all the cosmetics. By its
use all moths and freckles arc removed, the skin
becomes clean ahd transparent, and the cheek
roaeato with (ho hue n' youth. The Paphian
Lotion can he louiid at
THE PEOPLE'S DRUGSTORE!
And also a most complete assortment of all toi
let ai tides. Tho new and fragrant Klor ile
Mn yo, and tho delicious wood Violet, and all
other choice and fragrant perfumes.
HAIR DRESSINGS AND DVES :
Puff and Powder Boxes, Colognes, Toilet Soaps,
Teeth washes und Powders. Brushes: such as
Hair, Teeth, Nail, Infant, Ac, Ac.
Call and seo the beautiful necessities and lux
uries for tho toilet oven if you uo not wish to buy
As full a stock of pure Drugs as can be found in
the State of Vermont, together with Resinoids,
Fluid Extracts, and all articles required in a
Physicians or domestic practice. Warranted
pure and of first quality. This utoro will bo un
dernold by none in St. Albans.
Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Supporters, Ac, A.,
and every thing kept in a well regulated
S. R. DAY, AG-ENT,
St. Albans. Vt. June. lSbS. dl-tf
Morton & Percy's,
PIVOT ACTION BRACE !
1 A superior Suspender for Skirts or Pant 5 ! An
I uncqualcd brace for tho Shouhlpia, Always a
Suspender. A brace av Jio,t at ple.asu.re. It
. simplicity, durability, paso and convenience
, eiimmonilit to every Lady, Gentleman, or Youth.
I i. ': . :i .1 i. 1
.liiiiiiu lui iihuoou, mn, uu convinced UKU ail
herein stated is true. Prices, 75 cents, $1 00,
$1 25, 50. ld-tf
SIIAKESPERK Collars, of all kinds at
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
HATS FOR BOYS j CAPS FOR BOYS AT
WM. N. SMITH Si COS.
The Ohl Chinch on the. Mill.
On the height of a lonely hill
Its rusty old form it uproars.
Standing in solitude, where it has stood
Through tho storms nfa hundred years.
It meets the first rays of tho morn,
While the valleys still sleep in tho shade,
TLo glory of nur.set plays round it walls,
And it shines as with sapphires inlaid.
In tho dark and stormy nights.
When the tempests sweep over tho hill,
It creaks in the hast, and wild, wild songa
Its desolate corridors till.
Tho traveller sees it afar,
On his rough and windin: wsy j
Tho husbandman sees it, resling from toil,
III the heat of a summer day.
Around it the multitudes sleep,
Who of old sought lt altars in jrayor
A great congregation ; they lest from tho tolls,
Unmoved by earth's Iiimult and caro.
O, luanv the thoughts of the hcait,
As we stand by tho letnple of God,
And think of tho worshippets, vunlslud and
Who up to its courts havo trod I
They canio in tho Joy of their nouls,
Or they eitiuu with their burdens to boar.
In tho sunlight of youth, in tho evening of age,
In hope, or in grief and despair.
Then pcaco to tho church on tho hill 1
Where its rusty old form it uproars :
Let it stand in its loneliness, whero it lias
Through tho storms of a bundled years.
The Quaker and the Bobber.
TltANSLATHI) FROM T1IK FKENC1I UY It.
E. A. ATItKE.
The most honest of all Quakers, Toby
Stmpton, lived nt London, in n lilensmit
little dwelling graced by tho picBenco of
his daughter Maty. She wan not quite
Kcventeen years of age ; was charming
ly lair ; nail muo eyes, anu possessed as
much modesty as beauty. All the
youug meii of her father's acquaintance
were her suitors ; all those of the neigh
borhood sought to gain Iter notice.
Vain efforts! Alary was no coquette;
and instead of enjoying the ellcct pro
duced by her charms, she was vexed on
account of tlie manners of all her ad
mirers, except one Edward Wcresford,
a young artist, admitted to the intima
cy of the family.
A very simple event had caused thin
friendship. A premature deatlt had
carried oil' tlie Quaker's wife. She was
young and beautiful ; and, desiring to
perpetuate the image of her who was bo
dear to him, he had caused the artist to
come to tho bed of death. It was there
that Edward saw the desolate damsel ;
it was there a serious first love first took
place, amid the tears of one and the
pious work of the other. The year
which elapsed after this epoch had but
strengthened the bond formod under
these auspices, apt! tlie ypung man had
showed to the father both his desire and
The excellent Toby had no reason
whatever for opposing the mutual in
clinations of the two young persons.
Without being rich, Edward earned by
means of his pencil, what sufiiccd to
support a family honorably, His fatlw
or, Mr. Wercslord, an old merchant of
the city, had retired from business, with
a fortune hicrcabcd more than ten fold,
This was a rare example of rapid success
in speculation so rapid indeed that few
were able to follow its piogresa. Yet
Weresford, of ho blunt and Btern dispo
sition, lived ulono in a suburb of Lon
don, and without caripg what his ton
was doing, left him entirely at liberty.
He was one of those accommodating
egotists who trouble no one, provideq
they trouble not them persons of per
fect complaisance if you ask nothing of
Edward, therefore could without in
terruption, court Iub pretty Quakeress,
well assured that his lather would never
think of opposing his marriage. The situ
ation of the loving couple was to all ap
pearance, very prosperous, and honest
Toby did not put oil' the day of their
marriage longer than to collect the ar
rearages of his rents ; he destined the
money for the extraordinary expenses
of the ceremony. For thlH purpose he
went to his country scat, some miles
from London, in order to regulate his
aliuirs. Uo had passed but one day
away from hom,u ; and as he was about
to put up his horse for the night, he
perceived at some distance a horseman,
who had barred the road. He stopped
uncertain whether to go on or turn
back. Meanwhile tho horseman ad
vanced towards him. The Quaker
could not even think of escaping; he
therefore, put on a good face, and
brought this horse to a walk. In ap
proaching tho man who caused hla un
easness, ho perceived that ho was
masKcii, a grievous augury, wnicii was
soon confirmed. The unknown showed
a pistol and directed the muzzle to the
traveller, demanding his purse. The
Quaker did not want courage, but calm
by character, inoU'onslvo by religion,
and even uimblo, without arms, to re
sist an nrmcd man, he pulled from his
pqokot very coolly, a purse containing
twelve guineas. Tho robber took it,
counted tho pieces, and left tho poor
devil whom ho had stopped, to pass on,
whilo he put his horse to the trot, liui
the robber, seeing tho slight resistance
he had opposed, and allured by tho hope
of a second booty, immediately rejoined
honest Toby, placed himself anew in
his way, and presenting his pistol as be
fore, cried out to him.
Tho Quaker, BtuiU'lsed, was neverthe
less unrnoYvMl, He coolly took hi-
watch fivm the fob, looked at tho hour,
und put the costly article into the hand
of tlie robber, saving.
I "!Now, I beseech theo pormltmo to go
Uomy dwelling my daughter will be
uneasy at my absence."
"A moment more," replied the uiuak
ed cavallor, the more and more harden
ed by this docility ; " swear to mo that
you navo no other sum "
i never swear" saiu tno liuaKer.
"Very well. Afllrm that you have no
other money, and on the faith of an
honest robber, incapable of taking by