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Vermont Daily Transcript.
ST. ALBA.1STS, VT., SATURDAY, OOTODER 3, 1S6S.
nnnont Dail vTranscrbt, :
l'l'IlMSUin) BACH BVLNINO.
c ii Harms' Jlluvk, Lake St., St. Altiaiif, VI.
V. Davis, Proprietor and Editor.
vcir. in advance 18,00
month, in ailviiitco LoO
eo mi.utliM, in advance, 2.IKJ
i niontli, in advance u
dvcrtincmcntH hIiouM bo handed in ih "arly
ho morning uf tin- il.iv of their iutuiuleil nub
tlon. BUSINESS CARDS.
MINI'S ft t ltOW'LLY, Dealer in Oioeerics
niul WV-.I India 'Inods of every lUwiilition,
.. I ... HI 1 T .1 .. ll.....t kr Vll.'ll.u Vl.V.
lljl.wil' l'AlllluwiuJi ' 1 in. i'jj n
Olhce with II .s. Itovce, ISramerU III
OILS T LAW anil KohcitoiH in Chancery.
ee in I inoii Block. M. Ailmi , Vt. UT-tt
4 i. ti.it i v lulll.' IHVK II I'. V11VMS.
LA1S.H I.LA BIN. MIAM, Attorney at Law,
ami fviliciiorri in Chancery, Oamliridgc, t.
n h. ni Msiiri i . M. a. niMiii.5i.
riilll.l. n. liii'n, i.r.m-i
.'i Mt I li tl'll' lt..,l..
Futility Grocerii, narrow
., 1 1 inn t.
lr 11' 'I'l I f II 1 I! I.T. l.l.i-uif....,, ftii.l ni
genu. Orailnatu of the l nivernity of er.
it. Olliei-. 1'iinilclil direct. oer J I'mrx-
Udell's nothing limine. IhV-ly
riA'iiiit v n iiiiu, Aumnev ai j.avv,
iiittl htilijitiit-ii in Chancery. Omcc tn No-
m ;Sew Jilocu, ni. .vioaim i. .uciiii v.oiiiin
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III! II'M. I lit' I I
I'. lll'.XTON, W. I. WILSON.
tl l 1. il A .N , I) H S T I S T. Ollleo ill the
KINGMAN I1LOCK. Main St.. opposite tho
igregational Church. 1-1 1.
T It. .11' litlWAA, iJK.vrtri'.- uinee
over Wead and Durca's Di ns store,
I. LUlt AT LAW. Also, Agent for lir.-a
Iiiniiranco Companies, anil lor outainlng
tilers' pay, .c.
lllii... liver IWi-l:' nlovo. lti
A. M VV I. H.. Attorney and Counsellor at
Law and Kolicitor in Chancery. Ollice. over
t Natioliul Bank, St. Albans, Vt.
, tt.Vill attend to Collections, and prosecute
itn tiiniiiiMt llui ITiiilfil Stilli'H lor Ai'ii'iil's lit
i-iona, Ac, e. .'1-tt
tul.llllJ.tlJ. '3 rii 1 uiii'. u.iiii.i'..i 1 ,
Main, opposite llau.i Sueut, M. Alb.ui.",
(L'n .stuns.) Unen nil hours of the dav.
. , .1 . .11 ..... ...... ...... ...
iiuiivs e.eujHeu; iiu uiu laiesiy siv ies 01 ic
es niuil-j at tins Uulieiy. A. Hums ami 1'ie
0 Traiiics, Stereoscopic and card I'jcturusol
mum oi,uiii:iav, uu uiiun I'lices. viui c.iii
1 ii.tiiii . tl 1..11 1 in.ki tv
KiJiuiis i-. iiueiiiiru.v, Attorney aim
Counsellor at Law and Solicitor 111 Oh li
st. Albuus, Vermont. Olllci near m l'os,-
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lo.. II. I t!. ....... ........... .V
111 111 1UUK I.. r nil, DIUU'H Ol .Ott lOlli,
...1 1 : 1 1
Ii which he may 'ju entrusted.
H. NORWICH, Practical Steam and
Uab Fitter. Urasnand lion Uoods ol overj
I locks ivi.:lii-imI. Ami kes tlttt'il. .ve.
i 1 v. i.i 1..
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.Main Street, St. Vlbans. Vt.
AltUAIl UKOTIIKltS, lllON .MK.
derd in Nails, Gl iss. Oils, Paints, Agricul
11 ii.uis, which ni ouei ui a low casu limine.
uonier L.aiie anil Alain nlicets.
t. Albans. Alarcli 10. IbOl. 1-tf
EHllEllf uilAl.x lotto, dealer in Ton-
li;u and domestic Dry Ooods. Hoots 11. ,c.
i!H iiliik in .i.iit.i.M. I'd nil r 111 ii .1111 .n.ti ii.n.i
'...! . . V...l .. 1. . la. .
HAUI.KS WYJIA.V, dealer in Fine Watch-
es. (. locks and Jewelry, .iterl ng Silver aup
it ri.itcl iv .ire. l.iiii.. (1.....U .. i.i..itt v...
y. W.itcli Hcpainu' "and Knrav uj. fct.
C POST ; CO., dealers in Dry Oond
and elioico Tamilv tli-oci.rii.B. 1 oi-ner m
1.1 iiud Tairtield.Mreets, St. Albans, Vt. 11,
it. c. I'osr. 1.. .ia.nks.
.il Kit I CAN 110USL, Hiehford. Vt.. Jcirv li
Km... n.,,,1 i ,..,.i..,. 'I il,.,....;., .
.11 thu centre ol the village, near the Cunton
use. Post-Oilicu mid Milm. 10'J-lv
m .. nM'iji.ii..i i.t.n aii. lint? i-t .I.I..1I
ILL .V SAFFOHD, AttornevH at Law, mid
Moueitors 111 unancery, uiiice, hake Mreei
V V T 11 1! ; .. VC 111 I l!.w.l- llt.,,1. ...1
' w . . . a . . s w . . , a. '., .titii 1 ...it.
lilanli ilook Alaimlacliirei'.
ingman Block, St. Albans, Vt.
ok Jiinduif,' in every style from the cheapest
the most costly, and all done in a thorough
)ec. 20 ltifw 181 mO
HUM 1UK11CU, .
l'liofjnnTon of Tin:
ST. A'H'.ANS, VT.
H. S.rt. CLAHK has removed tn t'outli Mail
ntreei. uiiice at his reside
St. Albans. 1.. Mav. 2. INK'
HORACE P. HAJjL), M. D.
(Late of the Army, ,Vc)
is returned to bt. Albans, and uiav ho foiinil
ior 1 ue present at inu American Hotel.
articular attention paid to Op-
ci iiuve .--iiii nci y. lo'.i-lv
Mr. F. L. Qoodspeed's New House at Mis.si
101 Springs, is now ready for the reception ot
A Superior article of Graham Flour, for Bale
tno sioro ot JJAK.MCH ,V OHOWLUY,
d33-tf Lake Street.
JACK COATS TOK Sl'KLNO, go to
5 W.M. N. N.MITIJ .V GO'S.
It uu.11 u iinuiuinu ui 1111 hums iliiao
at YM. N. KMITII, i cos.
r. 111 nil-.- 1 1 11 . 1 . ... ...... .
t'K.Vl'UAI. AXl SCl.t.tVA.N
Commencing Sept. 11. muw.
miainm tioisii koi rn an 1; KAir
Leave Ht. Alhimi at 1 1. m U.O) noon,
and 8.1.0 1). 111. . . , , ,
Mail Train leaven ItotiVn To lit at 1:10 a. in.,
receives paien'cr-i from (lden-hur,'li It. It.,
and connects lit White Itiver Junction .and llel
lortc Tails with trains lot Itoiton, Worcester,
Snrinu'lleld, anil with trains on 1'iishuihwIc It.
II.. uriives at New York at 1IU" J. ni.
lu Kxnress leaves Moiureiii at H;10 a. ni., St.
lohiVs ill 1(1:110 a. 111., Ondeiisliurnh at iVDO 11. 111.,
House's Point at Id: 15 a. in., fur lloston, Ac, in
liviiu. in li.wtm t in. Lowell at 10::!0i. in.
1 Xi.'ht Uxiircss leaves ()Kdenshurf,'h at LOO ji.
111., Montreal at :):: 0 p. 111., House s l'mnt at t..;t.)
, 11. in., SI. Johns at 5:iKl i. ni., arriving at lloston
! at 8.10 a. 111., connect hi; at llellows Kills with
1 Cheshire lto.nl for lloston and Worcester and
I ...:ii. v. .........1 v.tll.it- l!iillvn:iil fnrHiirin'Mlcld. .Ve..
and airiWiu: in New Yolk at l'i.'JO P. m.
riniNs (loiNo MiiiTii ash i:st.
1 cave St. Alh.uis for Montreal at 0:10 a. 111.,
iilid liuCip. in. i'or House's r.iiul, Ot,'deiisliurh
and the West at li.'Ci and U:tM a. 111., and (!. l!0
Dav 1'Apress leaves lloston via. Lowell H.0J a,
111. for HiuliliKton, St. Alhatis. Montreal. Ae.
arriving at Montreal at 10:0 1 ji. in., 1 deti-dmr!,li
at L!::0 a. 111.. in.ililli,' clo.-c conueetiou with the
train for the West.
Mail Train leaes lloston via Lowell, at 7:01
H. 111., via Lawrence and l'ltchlur at 7. ..II a.m.,
NpriiiKllelil at 7:1.1 a. 111., for JJurliiinunt, and
The tr.iiiiH IcaviuK lloston via. I'ltchhuri; at
7:;!0 a. 111.. and Sir.r-: ield at 7:13 a. 111., connect
nt White Hivir Jui 1 t'u 1 with the Day Li)ics.s
Accommodation Trail' leaves Northlleld at
7:15 1 . in , tor llurlin(,'tou, Hut land, St. Albans,
lious,. H I'oilit, Oi;eiidesljill'f,'ll. .Ve.
Nl,'iu Joxmcss leaves llellows Falls at 10.00 11,
11.., receiviiiu iiasseligers fioin Yerinont Vallej
ltailro.nl, leaving New York at 12.15 . 111., and
from Cheshire liailroad, leaving lloston ut 5:;t(l
p. 111., eonni ctiiif,' at Whitu Itiver Junction with
tram leavnj,' lioston 111 ...i.n j.. 111., ior jui iiiik
ton, House's l'oint, .Montreal and OKdeiishili'li,
foiiiieetintj with sie.uucrs andtirand IVunl.
Iraiiis toi theW est.
Slccnint' ears aro attached to both the uUrlit
lixiu-ess trains rmininir between St. Alhaiib line
lioetou. and St. Albans and Spnii,'lleld.
ThroUKli licuets lor unicago aim wiu vvesi 10
lie at the principal stations.
O. MLHHILL, Sup.
St. Allnns. Sept. 14, 10.
IITI.IMIA.VU llUltIiI.C'l'(I.V A.VU VI
Uu and after Dec. 2d, lbb", trams will nil
as follows, vi :
MOVISll KOUTH AND KAST.
Leave llurl:.ii'ton at 8::l() a. 111., 1:35 p. in. 3:3(
9:15 p. 111. Ariiveat liutland in 11:25 a. 111., 1:11
111. iron a. 111. u.oo a. 111.
Leave Hiitlandat 1:00 a. 111., 12:00 in. Arrive
llellows Tails at 7:4u and 2:20 p. 111., A 3:25 a.
Leave DellowH Talis at .00a. in., 2:2.j p. 111.
1:30 a m. Arnve at llriittluboro at S:G0 a. in.,
t:20 p. 111., 4:27 a. m.
JIOVINII SOUTH AND VVXST.
Leave lhattloboio' at 11:00 i. m., 1:15 .VlkOO .
. Anive at llellows falls at 12:00 i. 111., ami
5:10 and 0:55 p. 111.
Leave llellows Tails at 12.3o p. in., .i:1j p. m
lO.liO p. 111. Auive at Hutlaml at 3:10 p. 111.,
'J -M0 p. 111. 12:35 a. 111.
Leave Jiuilinul at 0.011 11. m., p, 111.. .1.-1
111. 1:30 a. 111. Arrive at lliirlington at 0:45 a.
., 1:25 p. 111., and 0.15 p. m. 4.15 a. 111.
TRAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS:
c2- Atl!urlin;,'tou witliltoats on Lake Cliam-
iilam and Yerinont Central and Vermont ami
Canada llailroads, for Montpelicr, St. Albans,
House s l'oint, .uontrcal, ugucnsiturgn, ami tm.
West. At Rutland witli trams for Troy, Albmv
mil .ew loiu, .ju....tni,a Springs, Scheneetiulv,
ind thu West. At llellows 1'itUs witli lltii.i.. t.i.
Cheshire Hailroad for citehburgh, Woieester,
Lowell, and Hostou. With Vt. Valley Hailroail,
for lirattlehoro', Springlield, Hartford, -Now Ha
ven, and New York and with Sullivan Kaitrn.ui
for Windsor, White Kiver Junction, Wells It Ivor,
at. .1011116111117, .Newport, Littleton, and the
Passengers for the West will hnd this a cheap,
ileasaut, and expeditious route.
TDK HUlvKln, ami all necessary mtormatioii
enquire at the Olticcs on the line.
W-lt. Ul'.U. A. .MLIUill.l. upt.
WINTER AKHAMOKMENr 1801-5.
On and alter Monday, Nov. 11, 1SGL Passongi'i.
Trains will run as follows :
Day Express Traill leaves Concord a ;).35 11
11., tor White liiver Junction, connecting will
rains for Moiitnclicr. liurlliitoii, Hou-e s i'onii
dontrca.. .c, and witli Ogdmisburgh and Oram
I'riink llailroads, for the West.
Mail Train leaves Concord at 10. 1j a. m., to.
vVliite Kiver Junction, connecting witli train foi
vveils Kiver. St. Johnsbiiry, lJ.trtou, Newport.
vVillouglihv and Magog Lakes, Stanstcad, IJath
.ittlctou, and Lancaster; also, with trams fo
loutpclicr, liinhligtoii, St. Albans, House's Point,
lontrcla, Ogdeiishurgh, and the West,
liristul Train leaves Concord at 3.30 p. 111., I'm
Fruiikiin and liristol.
Evening Express Train leaves Concord at S.I.
). in., lor White Kiver Junction, connecting witi
rains lor Montpelicr, Uiirliugton, St. Alb.un
ioiise Point, Montreal, Ogdeusburgli, and tin
Or on arrival of trains from lloston, Worcestei .
Portsmouth, Portland. .Ve.
.Morning Express Train leaves White Hivei
iuui'tion for Concord at 1.15 a. 111., or on iirrivn
t train from Ogdeusbiirgh and .Montreal. Ol
londays at l.2. instead ol 1.1,).
lSriatol Train leaves liristol for Concord at
j. 111., ami franklin at 0.12 a. 111.
Mail Irani leaves White Kiver Junction toi
..'oiicord at 12.15 p. 111., or on arrival of tr.iin
alt the Vermont Central, Pasuumpsic, am
White Mountains Kailroads.
Day Exiireiss Train leaves White Hivei June-
tlon at 4.0H p. 111., or on arrival ot trams Iron
Montreal and Oileuohurgh, lirattlehoro', Keeue.
llellows Falls, Yviudhor. Ac, connecting at Com
onl with tram lor .Manchester, asllua, i.owet,
These trams connect at Concord with train
or Manchester. Lawrence, Portsmouth. Pori.
.and, Nashua, Worcester, New York, Lowell, an.
Hostou. U.voUIW HI'EAII.XS, Agent.
C.inei.rd. V. II. Nov. 10. 1 Kit I. wtf.
THE ST. ALBANS BRIGADE BAND
Are prepared to furnish muiic for
And on other nccanionH where Hand and String
Music is required.
Orders addressed to
GEORGE E. KINSLEY,
W . H . SMITH,
At tho Trcmont House, will receive prompt at
in tv iii. a. ti.u 1 1 it .V lu) tor vour
mid Caps fur their stock is all new.
MORTON & PERCY!
Having bought of O. W. DlodROtt lii- new
entire stock of
CLOTH IX a,
Feel satislled in faying to the public that they
can sell goods as low as can be bought in Frank
tin Coin.ly. All we ask is to have customers
come in, and satisfy themselves, before pur
chasing elsew here. We hav e, and are 1 eceiv iug,
all the new style.i from market, consisting of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Of endless varieties, and alargeaudwidlf-elected
Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats
Which we will sell low for cash. Wo have the
largest assortment of
HATS AND CAPS
To be found in Northern Yerinont. If you don't
believe ii, call and see for yourselves. Our
Clothing is New and Desii'abie, consisting of
Boys' and Youths' Clothing.
We have a few Winter Over Coats left, that
ive will sell at a big discount from cost, for cash.
Heincniber the place, Two doors West of the
American House, Lake Street.
MOiiTON fc PEHCY.
Hcsiiy G. Mouton. At.in:i:r X, Puucy.
ld-tf l oinu ily with Win. N. Muith iV Co
INSUllA.CI-L.-rhc uiulernigiied will take
risks lor elilior of tho following lirst class
Home Insurance (!omjany
OF NEW HAVEN
Capital Stock. 81,000,000.
International of New York,
Fire and Marine ol" Springlield.
Cnpltal !-to;lc. S500.000.
National Insurance Company,
GilPITAI, $3 CO, GOO!
Insure against Fire and Marine Kisks. Not ex
ceeding JUnjMIO on any one Kisk.
Each of the above amounts of stock paid in
M. 11UCK, Agent,
Ollice over Weeks' store, St. Albans. Vt.
Nov. 1st, IHliii. 1 1-tf.
Morton & Percy's,
PIVOT ACTION BRACE !
A superior Suspender for Skirts or Pants I An
uucqualcd brace for the Shoulders. Always a
Suspender. A brace or not at pleasuio. Its
simplicity, durability, ease anil convenience
commend it to every Lady, Gentleman, or Yo.itli.
Examine for yourself, and be convinced that all
herein stated' is true. Prices, 75 cents, il CO,
$125, flf.0. ld-tf
ASAH3Z. . HYDS,
DIULKU IX ALL KINDS OK
First Class Groceries ! !
DARItOW" BLOCK, ST. ALBANS, VT.
Consisting in part of
NEAT AND NEW !
IN ST. ALBANS.
The !)ni Store on Lake Street,
GREENE 6L NICHOLS.
The undersigned having nicely titled up the
store in the American House lllock, on Lake
St., and stocked it with a choice assortment ot
JJiUGS A XI) MED1VIXES !
Hespectfullv solicit a share of the patronage of
tins community, leentig sine ur.it tnev can give
satisfaction in goods and prices. Our stock
omt stork or
Is complete, consisting in all the approved va
rietics, and our general stock includes all goods
usually Kept in a store ol tlusuiud. lleadipiur
teis lor thu
A. B. A. BITTERS,
One of the best Spring Medicines in tho mar
ket. Physicians orders solicited, and carefully
ami promptly tilled. In quality and price wo
guarantee to satisty ali who favor us with their
Store open on Sundays at noon, for supplying
Is a practicing rhysician in regular standing,
and will attend to all professional calls, lle
meiuber the place, under the American House,
l.aiie Mreot, ot. Aiuans.
U-tf QUEEN .t NICHOLS.
WARD fit BURNES,
Dealers in alll kinds of
LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS,
First door abovo tho fit. Albaim House, knej
constantly on nana a tun assortment ot
Of all kinds
And all f-orts of articles usually kept in business
ot tlieir Kind, lliguestcasli price paid tor at
kinds of country Produce.
CIVE US A OAIili.
W'AKD ft BUHNICS.
NEW LADIES STORE
Opposite Store of Saxe .V Placo in building
tormeiiv occupied bv S. S. .v J. A. lledard. La
dies will find hero a complete and choice assoil
incut of Fancy Dry goods iust rcceivrd from
market, such as
Fringes all colors,
Fans, a rich lot.
Valcnciencs and Thread Lace
A nice lino of French Cambrics and Fancy
Lawns. A new Kid Glovo which surpasses any
thiiii; vet brought into this market, and tear
ranted. All of which will bo sold at reasonable
prices. Ladies will liud it to their advantago to
call and examiuo for themselves.
Dress and Cloak making in all its varieties
under tho skillful supervision of Miss Elloii
Monro, long and favorably known to tho inhuul
tautsoftliis village and vicinity.
Agont for WILCOX & QIBU'S Sewing Machines,
1-d-tb L, p. Kimiton.
A'J ni Vi.u. ,. M.ulin A cO'Jj tor your Fall ;
Eliliu II. Huntington,
successor to a.
ASKS attcnllon to tho following partial list of
articles, which I will se.1 at the lowest Intel!
Howard, Treinoi t, Millroso, and all the differ
ent gra.les ot Waltham, National, and Unit
ed States Co's Watches. A largo 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. Tlie latest ana best patterns of Gold,
Plated and Silver Chains, Fine Gold and
Plated Jewelry of all descriptions. A
splendid assortment of LadicM'
FINE GOLD SETS,
Etruscan, Coral, Garnet, .Ve., .Ve. Gentlcmcns'
1'in.H. .Masonic I'nis anil Kings. Diamond,
Emerald, lluhy, Aniethyste, Pearl and
Garnet Finger lting-, 18 Kt. Plain
Kings, Gold Hracelets, Silver
Plated Spoons and Forks,
Extra and Treble Plate. Tea sots. Castors. Cake
Uaskets, ases, .'.'C, iV.e. Coin Silver Spoons,
Thimbles, Ac. A very largo stock of
Gold and Steel Spectacles, everv pair
sold warranted to suit. Pocket
Knives, Shears and Scissors of the 1st quality.
I shall receive Irom dav to dav now stvlos of
Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, which" I will
sell at tho lowest market rates.
Oi Watch repairing and engraving doife
E. C. GALLAll, Proprietor.
" have recently refitted my market, which is
L supplied with the best of
Tnlvln nnlln'iniAC tV iha Snavnu 1
liUiV 1,111111.11.1 VA ll.V, kJ V I. .Ill n .
Now on hand, a nico lot of
SUGAR CURED HAMS
F B E S II F1 I S II
St. -Allmns, May 15, 1803.
ksiiies admiration. To be admired, thev
in u s t possess Beauty and Iutu.Hgoiicu.
.viosl every one lias intelligence, ami
ALL CAN BE BE ATJTirUL
BvuHinsr tho PAPIIIAN I.OT1AX. the latest
and most wonderful of all the cosmetics. By its
use all moths and freckles are removed, the skin
becomes clean and transparent, and thu check
roseate with tho lino of youth. The Paphiau
Lotion can ue touud at
THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE
Vnd also a most completo assortment of all toi
let articles. The new and fragrant Flor
o, and the delicious wood Violet, and all
other elioico and fragrant pcrfumeH.
HAIR DB.E35INCr3 AND DYE3
Puff and Powder Boxes. Coloiines, Toilet Soaps
1'eeth washes and Powders. Brushes: such as
Hair, leeth, Nail, Infant, Ac, iVc.
Call and see tho beautiful necessities and lux
urics for the toilet even if you do not vv ish to buy
Ah full a ttock of pure Drugs as can be found in
rno Ktatc or Vermont, togetlier witli itcsiuouis
Fluid Extracts, and all articles required in t
Phvsiciaiis or domestic practice. Warranted
pure and of tlrst uualitv. This store will bo uu
deivold by none in St. Albans.
trusses, Shoulder Braces, Supporters, .Ve.. .V
and every thing kept in a well regulated
S. R. DAY, AG-ENT.
St. Albans. Vt. June. 18C8.
riHDiiix Mutual Life Insurance Co
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
A favorable opportunity is presented to ener
getic and reliable business men who can devote
tlieir entire time to tho business, to represent
this old. staunch, and most successful Life Com
puny, in unoccupied territory in the State of
Veiinont. The many popular features peculiar
to tlie Jt'liii'iiix Mutual, ami tnu great advantages
it oilers to the insuring public its ireedom from
restrictions on travel and occupation -its non
forfeitable policies- -its liberal premium system
tue economy oi tuo mining mum, ami us nu g
annual dividends, render it tho most protltabl
Com any. to Agents desirous of realizing a hand
some competency by their enterprise and cner
gy. Apply to 0. L. BABCOOK,
Statu Agent Plmmix Mutual Life Ins. Co.
dli-tf Union Block, llutland, Vt,
NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT
ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868,
Will run from St,
Albans to Sheldon, as fol
Leave St. Albans everv day at 2 o'clock p. m.
Arrivu at Sheldon at 4 o'clock p. m.
Leave Sheldon at H o'clock a, in. Arrive at St.
Albans at 10 o'clock a. m.
H. JLNNLSON, Proprietor.
St. Albans. May 25th, 1BG8. 4.1?d.:L
&0 1'0 VM. N. SMITH & CO'S for your pants
Jtrcurf and Jltittcr.
Tho girl engaged in moulding bread
Shall make sonic sweet beau flutter,
W ith hopo to gel that dairy maid
To iiuko his bread and butter.
She may not play the gamo croquet,
Or French or German stutter,
II well she known the curd from whey
And makes sweet bread and butter.
In meal and cream sho's elbow deep,
And cannot stop to putter,
But s.iyit if he will sow and leap
Sho'll make his bro.ul and butter.
The dairy innid, the farmer's wife,
Shall bu the toast wo utter ;
Alone, man leads a crusty life,
Without good bread and butter.
A Detective's Experience,
A TOUCH OF UOMANCK.
"It whs just before the war," Haiti the
detective, "that u queer trick wa3 vlay-
ed mo by a young lcllow accused of for
now was it v Let me near tuo
"Well, l nave no objections, but
do not interrupt we with questions."
'l no reporter promised silence, unit
the detective elevated Ilia feet to tho ta
ble and tluiH proceeded :
"Tiio CJiiiel caiieu ino into tno omco
one tnorniiig and told me that a check
tor c4.ouj niul ueen uruwa oy tno confi
dential clerk of a well-known commer
cial hnufo, and hud been cashed at a
bank where their fund were deposited.
it waa a loreery, ami tlie clerk liau loft
as soon as tlie money was obtained. His
name was lieury iinruing, ma parent
lived in one ol tlie interior tmrisneB.aua
il was supposed lie had gone there be
fore setting out elsewhere.
l couiu only learn unit no was young
and of rather clienunate appearance.
1'liis wu all the description i could ns-
The affair had not been blown abroad.
and tho Chief directed me " to work up
You know, S and I always work
together. I called him and we had a
consultation. Ho prosecuted researches
here, while I went to the country.
This urranged, I was toon on my
way. X liau louml out wnere tno laniuy
ol young liardiiig lived, and I had hop
ed to leucli the house before night, but
in tins 1 was Uisapiiointeu. L.ung be-
rote dusi; dark ciouds began to form
along the verge of the horizon and
climb rapidly to the zenith. The thun
der and ligutuiug came at iutervalB.aml
was soon asturcti cnat one oi tnoso
sem. -tropic storms which areso frequent
tn the summer, wouiu ere long burst on
mo .n its tury.
i hasteneU forward, therefore, looking
eagerly around for some place of sUeller.
UuU nroceeued hut a little uiatanco
when 1 baw just before me a woodman's
hut. I got into this as toon as possible.
1 had hardly got comfortably sheltered
before a geutleman and lady dashed up
to tlie door and dismounted. Like my
self, they were seeking shelter from the
storm. Tlie man was imuuie-ageu, auu
exhibited in his person a strong athletic
I mine, tne open urow, auu genial pleas
ant lace of the Southern planter : but
chore was in his countenance now s
loucli of i-ndncss, a seemly exquisite
si-Hie of si rrow, strangely out of keeping
witli what i tie man snouiu nave been.
His comimniou was a younggirl of ex
quisite beauty, witli dark, soulful eyes,
ami nuir biauK as nignt. .-.no iookcu,
indeed, a daughter of tho tropics, and
tall, Hpienuiu lorm was regal in us ma
jesty. She was tuch a woman as a man
could wish to live for, and, if need bo,
die for. They were both in travelling
costume, and from their conversation X
tiiUueu tnoy were tatner auu uaugntor,
just setting out on a journey, and en
deavoring to reacn tne river in time ior
an up-going steamer.
Bliortly alter their arrival a negro boy
drove up in a cart containing trunks.
On one of these was the name of " Mrs.
You may readily conceive that my
eyes were wide open now, and my ears
too. Hero was something that I must
I waiked out of the hut and vent
around to where the negro was stand
ing. "Boy, where is your young master?"
I afked. the negro abruptly, looking him
in tlie eye.
" '(Jolly, mas-ja dis,' ehile dunno ;
hain't seen him for mos' a year,' My
lesolution was taken on the instant. I
would follow these people. I was satis
lied they wero in search of Henry. He
could not come to them, and they wero
going to him. The whole matter was
as clear as day. 1 did follow them to
tho river, where tlie daughter embarked
on an upward bound boat, and the fath
er returned home. I took passage on
tho same steamer. I would not lose
sight of the girl. 1 was batislied she was
going to her brother. 1 insinuated my
self into nor presence, and at last got in
to convocation. 1 was one-half in love
with her already ; before we reached St.
Louis I was wholly so. I learned that
she was going to Now York for some
ohjeut she did not reveal. I thought I
knew what the object was; but it had
become of secondary importance now,
for 1 was deeply, unmistakably in love.
Had hor brother stood beforo me, aud
she hud usked me to forbear, it is doubt
ful if 1 would have arrested him. I
could not exist out of her presence. Sho
hud become the one object nteessnry to
my happiness. At lust wo reached.
New York. I could contain myself no
longor. i sought an opportunity and
told her of inv love told my name, oc-
cup itiou, and present object I revealed
everything ; 1 only usked to sha'e her
aliVctious. She seemed greatly agitated,
aud asked that 1 would leave her until
tiie next day. This was the forenoon of
Monday Tuesday afternoon I called for
my answer. The bcrrvaut who answer
ed my summons informed me that tho
young lady had left the evening pre
vious on a steamer for the West Indies ;
but she had left a note. I tore open the