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Vol. S. TUB TRANSCRIPT. ST. A-LBA.TSTS, VT., F'.UIIOA.Y, FEBRUARY 15, 1867.' vir.; 11 i'. DAVIS, IMIInr mill prlrtor. Pro- r ! f TIIItMX (IP SCIISOltll'TION I ,i, .., i,i TuinKtlio paper through the 1'osU sj.tttlper annum. To Village subscrlbum ili.' paper liy the carrier, OOcrnU In . b. rhargod. , it-, a ar will lie added whon payment ,1 i ui'id iix months, i rli'i'initimiftt until all arrearages nro , ,i ut the option of the l'tiWInher. ItVi'KS Of AUVKKTISI.VCI I .mm iivniTiKii:vpt. Per square of 12 i. uf tlii- type, for flrat iu.iertion St, ,, (ii. nt insertion, ! rents. . ; ,i, i ,i HiKi-rtinnB mnt bo marked on ., mi. iit. r thry will bo continued I nut. Tranmi'iii aurertiaenieuta to ,ul ,mee. i.il discount will ho made on the i , tli"f' ailvertifiiiiB hy the yonr. ,i i s w ill Ik- ItiMcrtod at 15 cents per FOUR YEARS. 35To. 152. 1 The (inio Rooms lonff,-so long, these solemn llrfflktS, t HUTolv darn In HilnV 1,n.- Inn,. I Since the clow iuskoiI uut of mv ln. lain Hd,t Ami tho thrill from my robin's song. ' Sinoe the dream In nppte.bucli died from mo, And tho droam hi the tnirplo hnca; ainoe a dluitieM fell on the miullt mi, And a cloud on the maplo'ii blaec. Since ho lifted the toil and pnterod in Homewho e away Jutt out of eight, Since the hroiith of a word has oomo from him Of lore that panseth depth and height. And yet, -ah yet, God knows, and I, and he, Only wo three, how well we know, I am drawn to him and ho to me Dearer than these four years ago. St. Albans Business Directory. History of St. Albans. It)' un nlit Hetltltut. PAinTxiii. THE V.N1VK1UHM8T SOCIETY. Thero hni been a Univorsalist So cioty horo for inoro than thirty years: nny olhor denomination, oonsibling tnninly of tho Irish nntl French iiopu. lation, nnd ri f0v jmtivo Americans who hnve lalterolly united with them. Somo years ngo a plan wns started by omo of the iiiiluotitial inoii of that ordor to build a vory largo nnd com- jmodious church odifico, sufliciontly capacious to acconmiodato tho whole of the congregation Hint usually ro soited to'this town to attond Roman , Catholic worship. By tho aid of lib eral subscriptions, hero and olsowliere, the society was enabled to commence hopos of Hiippor more and nioro dis tant ovcry moment. "Hang tho tract 1" said John. "What did T bother over it for?" and he pave tho papor tt toss ovor a clump of bushes, and thou his mind rovortod to Lucy Hood's Bible Ho folt for it. It was safe. Ho wished that ho was somehow better, and ho walked along with tho bridlo ovor his arm; and his laino bono clumping on behind him, in quit i) a m'chiuoholy mood. Suddenly something rousod him from it. Straight boforo him in tho road stood a mouutod man, with a black mask on his faco and a pistol in bin hnnd. Halt," said tho individual, foro ovor mot, and that it was ns boautiful ns it was wise, and so hero wo nro to getlior, Lucy. And I'm happier thnn I ovor expected to bo in this world, all bocauso of your littlo biblo." Arctic Kxnlorallons. Wo present our roadow with a few extracts from Dr. Hayos' forthcoming work, entitled " Tho Opon l'olnr Son," in press by Messrs. Hnrd k Hough ton, of Boston: niim-cATcniso in oiiEnsLm Whilo I was watching these movo monts with much intorost, my com panion was intent only upon businoss, and warned me to lio lower, as tho work with a fair prospect of success. Bishop Mc'Clusky, of Albany, laid tho oiouslj , and John halted, whilo his ........ ..... ..r ii.. . .iv it. hnnst, renc.r.il tn linlt. ui n ,., 1 1 1 , , in i n i. ,,,,, ivui t in, - - - - . . . .' . " " " Tf vil r nnifit vnn'11 r-nmn n ft 18 SftW me, usual appropriate ceremonies m pre , ,.,... . m ' ,. T . wnn, , high overhead. Having at length got ence of it large congregation of people vonr mail-bag. 1 happen to" know ! m)'80'f stowed away to tho satisfaction The exterior of tho church was nearly that it is worth something to-nisht. ?f m' savtlS companion, tho sport tVrom tho Toledo DtaiR Nnsby. An Important Casc at Tun CoitNrns, UNDMI TUB VAOItA.Nr ACT TllE DtOW IONS" or Squhib Oavitt. Post Orris Confi:diiit X Boads, ) (wich is in tho Strttt uv Kontiuiky), r January 20, 18G7. ) Wun uv tho most important ensos ttttntdnlif ill r itnolilt I tniiin rfrt 1 III IUl i (1 11 i All ik J 1 tin II 111 DU1IOU U I I 1 1 . a ( tried aforo a court uv justis, cum off CM8od 19 nrr,cstetl OI1b- menshuns p0r. nfmn Rnn rn Onv tf. nt i in Honrt eiim DUi' "v i m A . . , . t. ' nuiii em this court. Tho tiigger not btiin nb!6 to provo bin means of suj)port, nnd oz Iho court -knoM-n uv its own knollrg'o, that ho.iiin't now got nuy $200, tho court Wood ask tho criminal's counsel, wat oth'er nonsenso ho hez to plc'd'. Sed Mr. Pollock, tho Illinoy store keeper: "I wood beg leave to slato to thin court, thet under the Civil Bights law, tho defendant cannot bo arrested ez u vagrant, ez tho law under wich tho ac at tho Coriurs yostnrdav. It wuz im portant, becoz it involved the Tory eggistonce of tho iuslitooshn upon wicn lwentucky iz built bocoz upon its docoshn hung tho question whellt- lnnkin a distinktion agm cm. Never, wilo meinry retains her scat, shell I forget Iho sceno that ensood. Filled with a senso uv the responsibil- uy restin onto mm, tlio oquir roso and were Hying too or or Jiot the Bible chould be re-1 s'i'froni his sea hiz fi.coof a dothly .... , i . ii . ... i.i ... i . ... ... . . Iia 0111S. wieli lmd Ihn flTi'ck nv hnirrh. i but its activity 1ms been intermittent, .ui.r-v n.wis, AiToh.VBVS AKl) i and its prosporitv irrcgulnr and fluc. j was suspended. II , i i Vl, I iiA .i ui .miivsiMfl a 111 i ul,, ! m tin A Howh i . . .. i : . rnoms rormerly oacu- i """& i, tiailoiinih's Dnililtntr. 1 0f their 97-ly rvRK davis. ' William Among tho early preachers H(K. VTTOHXHV AND COITNSKI,-1 i.il, AT LAW. Also, Agent for tlrst , iii,. Companies, nnd for ohtauiing ' - i , A i . , i I'ki' store. 1-tf fnitli may bo mentioned Rev. Bell, about the vear lS.'IO; Rev. Joseph Wright in 1831, and 1832; Rev. Joseph Baker, who lived preached in St. Albans for completed, with tho oxception of the tower. For want of funds, tho work But the interior was fitted up so that it hai been used for public worship up to tho present time Within a few years past, efforts have been made to finish tho church ae- nll1 cording to the original design. With 1 nnntalflnrrilOn n!,l f 11 ,ti iol. n.l K .1. , . several iiiiiiiniiuu , u.oit(i; years; nnd Rev. l!li Bid lou at various periods, formerly and recently. Rev. William J. Ooss, preached hero some in 1810. After that year the records the V. IIOl tJUTOV, Attorney and , ,r at I.aw and Solicitor in Ctian ViTiiiimt. t)IVn.-t near he I'ost ., deuce on Welilen street. Slates ('nmmssiolMT, -ommm-: f i ; i Antnotivo until ,u for the Hlatesof, New York, 01 tuo fioclcV nre "Btectne UIHU . and other stat.-s. lie will Kiv.- your 1858-9, when Rev. Joseph Sar 11 ,11 to all urofi.MUOual bumni-ss " . 1 . i! i lo eiitnute d. gfliit, of uliston, preached to the so- ;eiety half of the time during two years, md Rev. Mr. Ballon preached horo half tho year 18G0-G1. After that time the society had no stated preaching until January 1801, when meetings were resume under more favorable auspices, with preaching every Sabbath. The old Society organization was dropped, and the old church revived uud ro-(noddled on a new plan. The Univerbuhsts of St. Albans have met for public worship wherever they could, in school-housus, in the opcu air, around the steps of the Court- sOYVIiHS Attorney and Counsellor at , 1 .,; Solicitor 111 Cliancerv. Office over , ul llauk. St. AltiaiiM, Vt. v :i i!ti ml to Collections, and prosecute j . ,11 -t the United States for Arrears of ,i loSoldu is. Widow's and Iiialidi A 1 . 3-tf I 1. 1 I. M IV, I)KT1T. ,M S HLOt iv ,1 Church. Main St. UftVe 111 the uptHiMte the 1-tf. ' (iUWAV, DK.NTIS'l , il ami Uiiuu's Iru i.r.i. .1 it.. u u,l Maple ..i... Vt 1 t.iliovfe Vixvt Nationtl OvHtrr Hr iu 11 iiit vtuu, uuuuricu iu nit , xjiiium it a- l 'ii,' as I have breath 111 my brulv. ' " That won't be long," said the man, with a coarse huiLdi. " if you don't 1 . ... . . . ... u pio ot Uie village, the editice has boon listen to reason. completed with a handsome tower,- 1 John, for repl, mounted his horse, the highest in the place. The church 1 n".1' Hilt be1Urint lns -d . : . ,, . , Your life is in danger, said the s now an ornament to the village, and ,. .. I inlend (J h thoac leUurSi has the largest bell in tho county. and a lifo isn't much to 1110. I'll spare Since tho Romish worship has been 1 jou. though, for you may enro for it; established ho.e, there has been a ttn'1 1,v lard you woro a good fellow ...K...vf , .(;.; ........i enough ; if you'll just mako mo no .iiiLui1.1 v,i uiiitiiibuiti uiiueus ill luiuiuu ,l,rt T , ., 1 . . 11 . trouble. I m 111 earni birds wore boginning nrrnill ill wllil'l flluil (lirtlit ulnnai. ir - ' ' " - ' ' . . . II.h.IW .IVdWl IV. our heads so close, indeed, did thoy come, unit it soomcil almost as if 1 could catch thum with my or.p. Pres ently I observed my companion pro- panug hiinself as a llock of unusual spoctod nnd its holy injunctions obey ed whether Kentucky shood, olingin to tho Skriptcrs, go on ez a Christian State, or, donyin it, go back into infi delity and barbarism. 1 bknsuly need say that tho porshuns nv tho Bible to wich I refer is tho ever blessed chap ters lolatln to Hum, Hagor and Qno- simus tho only parts uv tho Skriptor palonis, wich hod tho effeck uv hoich- tenin, by contrast, tho intensq, rednis uv his nose, nnd risin to his full hite; remarked that tho court hed' expected that objection to bo Urged, nnd hod) therefore, prepared for it. Tho law doso'ut bind this court to ony alarmin axtont, considorin it iz iufriugin otit,fl the reserved rites nv tho'Stnto.'""--" Wilt tho court bo so good cz to uv htoi J-tf to preside over the society, none of them staying a great length of time. Most of them are Irish . This church belongs to the diocese of Vermont, ,e and is subject to the control of Br-hop Gocsbiiand, who resides 111 Burling ton. The present officiating clergy man id Rev. Z. Driioii. (To In. Com umed ) earnest, yon know; icn nnv tntiili nflnnc urn ri l(i,l if thickness was approaching; nnd in a , them is successfully attacked wat fol- j nicnljcn. for hi informashun uv tho . . . , .... . . , . 1innillnio wnf. Mm rnunrvnl ritntl llif moinoni, up went tno net; a nan a lows t rue entiro strucKter comes J.1,, 1 t 11 . 1 D7.P11 bin H nv innrt ,ln if nnd 11111 11 nivn fr. Ilir. iri ninwl 1 1010. 1 luu oiuiuo i u :r niuu i unocii. stnnnod with tho blow, they could not foro, lioldin to Aferkin shivery, wo nro flutter out before Knlutunah had slip- orthordox beliovors. ped the stall' quickly through his ' Tho circuuistnncos uv tho case wuz hands, and seized tho net; with his 'sulhin oz follows: A nigger uv tho left hand ho now pressed down lliOjiiamouv Gabral, wunst tho happy birds, whilo with tho right he drew j and contented servant uv tho eminent them out, one by 0110; ami for want Christian, Deokin Pogrnni, bccuni of a third hand, ho usod his teeth to I possessod uv tho spirit uv the dovil, crush their heads. Tho wings woro ; and sullen, becoz thu deekin sold hiz then locked across each other to keep wife to vaiso tho means to send his them from fluttering away, and with second son. Tssaker. wich wnz a tiidv- CO., Dialer Kry GiwhIh. ltauk S. H. LEWIS. Jr., A. O. UrtAlNLItli. Lucy Hood's Bible. Years ago, whon postal arrange ments were not as perfect as they are now, the mail was carried between Boston and tho little town of Primrose no fooling,,' and he took deliberate nn ,ul" ot truluUJ the okl follow looked in for tho ministry, to n Thcolojiklo aim at John Hedwiir's breast around at me, spat tho blood and 1 Institoot, sumwhores i 1 Georgia; nnd John was unarmed, and ho loved lwU"ors from his mouth, and weui on also enraged bocoz hiz femalo ofl- lifo denrlv, but he was 'no coward. It with tho sport, tossing up his net and spring, Ehzer, happened to nttrnck was of no use trvin" to outride the hauling it in with much rapidity, until tho attonsliun uv hiz oldest son, Elijor high.vavman He had notbiu" but he bad caught about n huudrod birds; ho run away in tho first year uv tho wiien my curiosity oeing ampiy satis- 1 war, anil loilcrod tlio v eUoral army, lied, we returned to camp, and mado finally euliptin as a solier. Durin the a hearty meal out of the gamo which progress uv the struggle, ho learned we had l agged in this novel and tin-, to read, and bein powerful in prayor sportsman-like manner. Whilo an ' and sich, he headed a revival, and lmiueiibe slew was preparing, Kalutu- ! hevin gifts that wuv attracted tho no- . w. i - nis ust rather a useless weapon, un der such ciicunistances; but he " showed fight:" and as the ruffian's nngi-r kindled, he fired. Tho aim wai good. Tho little ball of lead lodged in John's coat, just whoro his heart bhould have beeu, and John staggered. Ho was shocked rathor than hurt; and even in that moment of excite ment ho remembered having heard that it wns often so in mortal injuries. nah amused himself with tearing oil" tho birds' skins, and consuming tho raw flesh while it was yet warm. WIILUANCY OF THE A11CTIC SU3IMEK. Tho sun reaching its greatest Xor- tis uv Geuernl Howard, or sum uv them fanatios, who had him instructed, nnd finally mado him. an ngont uy n branch uv that nccusid Freednicn's Tho court insists that it shell nut bo interrupted when its deliverm it self of a opinion. Considorin it ez in fringin upon tho reserved rites uv tho States, uv whom Kentucky is theplieef ost and lovliest aniuong ten thousand" at iliis pint his noso glowed redder and reddor, nnd it scorned to mo oz tho n halo of lifo encircled his frosty lied, cz ho fearlessly continued "The. Court holds that law to bo ituconstqq. shnol, and 02 sieh, shol not regard it. Hez. tho counsel nny thin more to ro maik?" "Nothing," sod Pollock. "And knowin tho Court ez woll ez I do, I wonder at my inakin sich an ass uv myself ez to hov remarked nnytj)in my self." "Hez tho counsel for tho Stalo nny Ihiu to say?" "Nothin," said I. "1 am willin to trust thocaso in your hands, feelin confident that justis genooino Ken tucky justis will be done." Wnroupon the squiro hed tho priz ner stand up, nnd drnwin ou it black cap, in n very impressive mnuner, sentenced him to eighteen months iBurow. And shoor enutl', after the liiiTON, a, south Lake . House, -sometimes not being allowed by a young fellow by the name of John Probably ho hnd received his death , thern declination on tho '21st, wo were 1 war, ho appeared 111 this visinity, sala- , , . ' u,j" , ' ' , ,i .i!;:!.. outer its precincts. But for the Hedwig, who used his eyes and his wound, and this highwayman would now in the full blaze of summer. Six '?cd by this soc.ety, com.nonost unfit-i lm' J 1 ' b l m 83,0lf I last twenty years or more, their mect ; ings have been held in the lower story .1 .,1 Cnjiitrt at the lowest h' Qiinrt or Gallon. Ilailt. Maikct , LitM'ral 100 oars well, and never,--fond as he was ! w"k oil with the of n good story,- told lies. To sav. knew woll, reposed tho ten mail -bag, ns I VMI trONK, UlUH Kll, Safturd Ilk ck, J M . n .Mrect, Si. Albans, Vt. 11U piltillll HllorilHUS, JIEH- r Chan rs. . !-, OIiu-k. t ills, Paints, Agncul - i In -li e otter at a low cash ligurc. 1 1 Lake 11111I Main Btrueta. Urvh 1(1, 1-tf V. ilItl'Mw, j, .li,., in (iroceries audi nt Wh- nal' anil 1U tail j v vi.KLii nnos., a. ' 1 .t. Alb.i.i-, Vt. 101 ; '.Tnhll TTiilviir an va on " wno t nni'lL of the Court-House, in a room which fy j lllc tnUh 0f n ienwni, which was built at the expense of tho society, certainly was to his credit; and, niore- The town, by paving one hundred dol- over, he was as honest ns the day, lars. use the apartment for town meet- an1d, C!K1 lmve bep!) trusted with un- ,. , , ., , . . .. told gold or uncounted diamonds. nigs. Ihochappelthus bu.lt for the MoPin, VOM cml,fl llllt AluX with John. Mentally, he wns very woll for an uneducated man-; but he had one great failing - -great, particu larlv in the eves of little Lucy Hood, doiin eventiul months had passed over dollars ' sinco tho Arctic midnight shrouded II use of the society, will accommodate with seats, about three hundred per sons. Tho first formation of a Uuiversalist society in St. Albans, was on the 9th tllllKUT IlllAlNEnD. dealer 1.1 l'ore- i 1 1 .nicntt. Pry (iooiIh, Root and V tioiiH, ti,i r of Main ami ll.mk l..' i.-. Vt . 103 who oinerwisc esteemed doun pei lec tion. He chose to consider himself of January, 1S30. It has beeu subjec- , supei iir to ali acct pted dogmas and Sukey Jones, at service, was sanding us in gloom, and now wo had reached to her old mother, and the monoy due tho Arctic midday. And this midday for little Charlie Brown's tuition at i was n day of wonderful brightness. boarding-school, so hard as it was for I The temporaturo had gono up higher his sister to scrapo it togothor; and J than at any previous tinio, marking, ', other trusts were in that lonther bag ! at moi idian, -ID dogs., whilo in tho sun the humble hopes and dreams of those j tho thermomoter showed 57. A more who wroto tho lo'tlora twinod about ; calm and lovely air novor softened an them. Arctic landscape. i The German and his infidel tracts! Tempted by tho day I strolled down had done John liodwig littlo good; into tho valley south of tho harbor. but lio wns Honest ami kindly yot. "I'll light whilo I haven drop M ,t III TITO, deal, r- ill t . ( , .'k, n ud J. welrv. l" rl- , I Mil, i Pl.it. 1 Ware. Kauc (iooda v Ntli Id pairing ami Lnura - t. lot x E. II. HI NTINOIOV VUMI V1,I. .i VM., Peah r in PrvGoixls, Notions, tiilnr Wools, Papir ted to occasional declensions, and re vivals, ns uboe stated. A church of twenty members was organized, in connection with the society, on the Oth of March. 1S.")9; but owing to the want of a preacher it has not e'lj.ned a great degree of prosperity. beliefs, and to be what ho termed a free thinker." This the. "logical difference nt hist led to a little quan el; and John tried to get Luey out of his mind, and failed to do it ; and Lucy was very miserable, as woll for tho state of John's soul as of blood loft," said ho to himself, ' and help may come, and the mail-bag be saved yot.ovon if I die." And ho sprang upon the highway man with such vigor that tho man, coolly waiting to see him drop dead, was astonished, taken by surprise, and tumbled from his saddle. And then John struggled for his pistol, nnd I Mud., and Curtain Fixtures. 101 )IUIi:iu.S. M'BAit, U'alrs in fancy 1) U. E. Mi, Pry Good, mam and fancy - ' "1. r8, Ao. 117. "ilWSHll). WAEHKN II. SI'KAU. M ui! street, St. Albaiiu, Vt. post c o., dealers in Dry Goods !,!.,, i, e rmnily Groceries. Corner ol f.iiti.M Streets, St. Albans, Vt, 117 ' 'r, JANKS. TVTIttVs IIATIIIVU A.VI1 IIAIlt niti:ssir. s.vi.oox, Woldon Houno, . .- l I """-i and hair ilvinc. Ladles' and i 1 - !ian . uting, shampooing and curling. 1 a nu.l, to order. Cash paid for Ladies, ' 11 .t ami cold llaths at all hours of I'Miunir. Hlin.Ut TAT1K). Pro pr. for herself: for. thoii"h she had offers f , irinmnir it. auiotlv Knocketl thn ruttum Si Jil TT 1(111 "VIM It 1IMI WUU llt CI UV.il ' H O ' 1 .......... On the lth of January, lbOi, anew, D Boulder, who had, goodness useless with tho butt end, and sat knows how many acres of hind, and ""u ou ms uosom, Keeping guani, ns was certainly orthodox in his viows 11 l"llty oi yuug follows, out for n could be compnrod for a moment in i''s 8P1'. and nil woll nnned, rode hor mind to John, had John onlv hold up toward the scono of action. They nronor sentiments. So. thone-h thev ' Know dolin well, nnd the more I kept apart for a wholo fortnight, at , zealous were for despatching tho high- j banks, nltoinatin , last one bright morning, ns John rode waynian; but tho voico of tho niajori- tender groen. alont? slowlv. and stunidlv for him. ty was for binding him nnd carrying A uiavelous chnngo with a nigger, relativo to a trillin mat ter uv wages. Tho nigger hed boon j workin at tho stipulated pneo uv $1 Tho recent snow had mostlv disap-' por monui-uio Lieeiiin orougiit in, ez poared, and the valley and hillside i !l o tset. his board at i2 per week, and were speckled with a rich carpot of rutho'' l"v any fuss about it pro green, with only here and there a posod to let him work tho I alriu-o tin patch of the winter snow yet undis- " t!l winter months. To this exnit solved an emerald carpet, fringed ttblu arrangement tho niggor donnired, and inlaid with silver, ami sprinklod , "o "oani wuz inciootied, and over with fragments of a bonnet for i u? Gabrol advised tho nigger to suo, many flowois wore now in full bloom, and their tiny faces peepod abovo tho tin tno niggers lor tlioir nor mal condishon by toachon on em to rnnrl nnd iiQtoldioliin VCito.li. d..li among om. nnd given uv em advise I Umy ntlall "And may tho Lord hov generally wich wuz aginst tho peace and dig ity nv tho Common wealth. Tho citizens stood it with tho par dinner, tin voi.t ni-nl..,u iulit. .... .... ivi , i.iioiiv.i.i inijiv it, I it. tho people uv Konluckv, ontil last I Kmon tuo niggers over sinco the dis Aro.idnv. Tim iwl.-in lw.d n ,i;u.,i I turbin Gabrel hez bin hero, 'ilia . . " lurnpiko wich wo aro buildin from tho Corners to the btnshen, nt Mig conclusion ot wicn I'ouock vory jiro- mercy on your sole.' Wo hov hopes thet this will end tho nigger skools in this visinity, ez well oz tho discontent thot hez existed Corners is now enjoyin a holy calm moro so then nuy period for a month. Petuoleuai V. Nasiiv, P. M., (Wich is Postmaster, nud likowiso Professor uv Bibliklo Politicks in tho Southern Classiklo & Military Institoot. pmv iioi-hk, v Id' iirnnii, Vt. dff!wi ' ' VIW11TCLKMENT, Proprietor. i mo v moxtii:aqi:ki8 wanted for , 'mm I iim iwrt.'. !.. ..i i.i III" 1' ... "'..l.,JUOl IJUl, 111' 1 'Mllhl, City nulUling, lliddeford vlll-I a. hats. B. SMITH, Itttail Doalcr in. caps, & runs, i.d"ll4,"'vRlc's,lltobc"'' 'ur overooat. out a niinistor i- r urH, Fur and Duck GIovoii '"tt. na. Vali.n- I1...I... II.- ,., 1 body was organized to supercede both I the former organizations, denominated ! The First Univoraalist Church in St. Albans, and intended to tako tho place and do the work of tlio society and tho church proviously existing. Provision wns also, at tho sanio lime, mado for holding public worship on every Sabbath. And this may bo called tho beginning of organizod sys tematic efforts on the part of tho Uni versalists of St. Albans, towards tho pormanont establishment of thoir dis tinctive faith, in this town. Tho in crease of busiuoss in tho villago. and tho iuilux of now comers, consequent on the location of tho ostensivo rail road shops horo, has added largely to tho population of tho village, and, of courso, to tho Universalis! congrega tion, which numborsin its connection, at tho presont time, about fifty fami lies. Tho Row J. O. Skiiinor, for ; two or throo years, was tho ablo ! and worthy pastor of tho church and : Kocinlv. But ho has recontly boen I cnllod to anothor field j tho society is now, (Doc. 1SGG',) with- A herd of leiiuker woro brows- on tho plain beneath mo, and sod ing somo wlnto rabbils lmd como lroni tlioir hiding-places to feed upon tho bursting willow buds. Now objects of interest lot! mo from spot to spot babbling brooks, and rocky hillsides, nnd littlo glnciors, nnd softening suow- with patches of and lie did eo. Enraged at this interference, tho Deokin went beforoSquair Gayitt, nnd complained uv Gabrel ez n vagrant, A Modern Pclcr the G'rcat. The St. Louis Democrat has tho fol lowing: "Last full one of our wealthy citizens, who has mado a fortune ns It bakor, took hiu family to Now York nnd omployed mo- to attend to tho nnd put up nt tho Metropolitan Hotel. case. Pollock, tho Illinoy storo-keop-1 Whilo looking nt tho sights of tho or, volunteered to defend tho nigger, metropolis, ho henrd of a wonderful nud tnoro wuz a ironjonis oggsito had como over ment ovor it I opened tho caso by statin that tho nigger's biznis wuz to provo that ho hod vizablo nieann of support Pol- i lock insisted that it wuz our biznis to but the court iliuugj rtiuM, nun c.iiiiiij' lui linn, o ""o l -" ""ri w...w w.w. j ll I 1 1 1 t with his mail bag beforo him, ho saw ,l'in to tho city to meet his reward nt , tho faco of Nature sinco tho shadow of Proy l,,nt ." .imu" l sitting nndor a tree at tho road-side a i tll hands of justice, and with th'.s tho night hud passed away. Recall- decided agm him. littlo figuro in n bluo dross, that he l'!U'ly ''olm coiucidod. ing tho gloom and sileneo of tho Arc- couldu't pass for his lifo. So ho stop-1 e weak, and his breast ached, 1 tic night, tho death-liko quiot which ped Dobbin suddoulv, and called: ; n. expected every moment to tool , reigned m tho ondloss darkness tho " Luey Hood, is that you ?" , l'.10 faiutuoss of death stealing ovor i nbsonco of overy living thing that " Yes John,'' said Lucy, showing a him, for thero was tho round holo just ! could rcliovo tho solitudo of its tor- pair of wot oyos. " I camo hero on ovor U1S uoart, ami tlio buuet must bo rors, it was not possiulo to seo with iillriinan fn enn vnll T Vft fnlhol 111 lliv bOIHOWIlOlO. poor, woali, womai.ibh words, but yon l A lew unpleasant misgivings, which talk so much belter than I, that, of ' proved that his opinions ot tho future THE 1 -"'a haga, Trunk, Ac, An. So,"' 3!uj strei-l, St. Allmiis, V. lH PAD " ,f 1UPI18T SOCIETY. i Vory recently, a Baptist church has I been organized in courso, it's of no uso; and all the while thoro's Ono who talks so plainly to us, and His words nro horo, nnd I've brought thorn to you, and please, dear John, to road thoni, and perhaps " Sho did not finish tho sentence but sho put n protty littlo Biblo into his hand. " I had it bound, nud your namo put on it in gilt lettors, nnd oh ! for mv sake, road it," said Lucy. " You can read a little nt a timo, beforo you sloop of labor, and i a,,d whon you arise, nud oyon on tho way, in lonely ptuuua, uuu ii. nm iuuuii you so much, John so very much." John took tho book. For a moment ho felt vory angry, and vory much like sneonng; but ijiiey was vory uoar to him; ho kopt his anger under for hor St. Albans. Tho wero not so fixed as thoy might have boon, troubled him, and ho sighed a littlo as tho new couiors questioned him. " Tho bullet wont in horo," ho said, touching tho holo. "I don't feel any pain, and it must bo blooding iuwardly, if at all, I think." And ho unbulttfnod his coat. No sign of blood appeared. Thon his vost was oponed cautiously, and out dropped Lucy's littlo Biblo, with tho bullet deeply imbedded in its covor. Under God, tho book had saved John's lifo. Tho tears camo into John's oyos, nud tho others started, for John had been in tho habit of boasting of his in fidel opinions, and it wns odd enough I out surprise, the same landscapo cov-, grogashon, but I check-mated him mere, uy suumiiiiu mat tno testimony uv niggois wuzn't admissiblo, wich tho court decided it wuzn't. Pollock submitted that his chant coodn't bo considered a vagrant, ez ho cood testi fy himself to tho fact that ho (Gabrel) bed in his houso $200 in greonbat a sufiishent for u time, at loust. Thbr wuz a immeiiso oggsitcmont in tho cout t. "Whor dnz ho keep it," asked the squire, visibly agitated. patent bakc-oven, which was tho envy of nil tho bnknrs of Gotham. Our. ba kor paid a visit to tho houso wherp this ovon wns in operation, but was not nllowcd to seo it, nnd could learn nothing of tho principlo upon which it was constructed. Ho felt his Gallin pride wounded at this rebuff, aud ro- Tho niggor thon sworo that ho re- solved to fathom tho mystery of tho . . . - e 1. 1 A.., . . I ..11 1 1 . i-, . . . a rt . , coiveo irom ins congregnsuon $;iu porOiuui tin jiuzarus. uoinguuo uuai month for his servicas. J submitted j ham street, ho purchased a cuit of ohi that, ez he wuz n interested party, j clothes, and returned to tho bakery other proof wood bo required. Pol-! and npplied for a situation as a jour- loci: uitordoost tlio elders uv tlio con-1 neyman nakor. ered with an endless blazo of light, tho nir uud sea and oarth teeming with life, the desert plncos sparkling with groen, and brightening with i lmmojitly llowors, tho mind finding ovorvwhoro , whether or no somo now object of pleasure, whoro beforo there was but gloom. Tho change of tho Arctic Winter, to tho Arctic Summer, is indeed the chango from death to lifo; nnd tho voico which spoaks to tho sun and tho winds, ami brings buck tho joyous day, is that same voico which said: "Sho is not doad, but sleopoth," and tho pul- j soless heart was mado to throb again, aud tho bloom returned to tho pallid chcok. sako, thanked hor for hor present, and thnt ho should wear n Biblo next his iho proprietor wes in want of n good French baker, nnd gava our frioud employment at $15 a week. In about three weoks our resolute baker had lcnrnod nil about tho oven, and satisfied himself that it was a great in vention and worth a mint of money. Ho saw tho put.oj)teo, and purchnsod tjjp exclusive light to uso tho oven in tho Stuto of Missouri. Ho then re turned to tho buko-shop nnd told 'tho boss ho must lenvo him. "Don't leave," suid tho boss, "you aro a good baker, and suit mo exactlf, 1 T .'I, . . i .. FOR SHIPPING FURS. ClILUEItT 11. SMITH. congregation is not largo, ami is niauo pftCOl jt carefully in tho bosom of j heart; but every ono was too glad to up ofthoso who have for a considorablo I his vost. find John unhurt, to caro for much tinio boon residents in tho place, nud " As if I wns to bo converted like a else, ond they gave thrco choors, and i i, ,,. Intnl.. lww.nmi rnai- Elinor i a tract !" said John, loftily, . started cityward with their bound of thoso who huvo lato v l euomo lost- j jo ljad m hj y J dents. Tho number oi cnuicu mem-1 womon ul.0 uot to bo expected to havo John followed, leading his 'u presont, but there iniud8 liUo ollrs." And " iiiMiM ..K,1I1ilfro'ntlluUnltodHtati, i ; rn(.,1(U,t nf a considorablo incroaso pookot-book John pulled ' 'T!7le't? ru uTe id- boforo tho lapse of a groat length of j tract, which a friond an unbelieving , ho thought may bo judged frotn tho nndor him ia f'ftbi-, , I '""""fniy Moldlur who on- " ,r ,. ,.. l.nhi n tho I Gorman Doctor, had loaned him, nnd fact that six months aftor, Lucy Hood I a lthoudi theso ' .i;M!ioUl,r,,nr ofo,,lyiti,n0' Meetings are now held on tho tu n j , hw bUI jn . . .. i , ."UU.U'01 in theMerviei. aro eii- i. .1.1...11. :.. n, lT..ifiiisn1iRt nhimnel. ! .i... . . . -i ,i... ,r , . .. bwi.nmeis, x uiuu ItCK.NINO UOWN A VOLXH DEAH. Whilo bounding along, logging 10 knotn an hour, wo almost rnn ovor un immense polar bear, which was swim ming in tho open water, making n fierce battle with tho seas, and seem ingly desirous of boarding us. Ho was evidently much exhausted, and.so ing tho vossel approach, doubtless had I mado at her in search ot sufoty. Tno horse, i un Imnnv linnst, hnd nrnhnhlv nllnu'pd out of his I and keeping an oVe to tho mail-bag. 1 or f r trftnt rift" nn nil inn un infidel und on tho way ho thought. Whuti,.f lmrl unnn tn impppq . . . - , tUiV 1 MIV" "" tho heavy aeas. "In his clnst ut tho houso wher ho ; and I will incronso your wages to $'20 boards," sed Pollock. I a week rathor than havo you quit." -This court stands adjourned fori "This is not enough to pay tho, ox- thirty minits," Bed tho Sriuir boundin nouses of my family," said tho journey man, "aud I must go out West nnd seek other employment." "Why, how much doea it cost in keep your family ?" l am paying ?50 n day at the Me- nolitan mid X ilnn't tlii"..!.- , ,-.,,,,,.,,1,1 polar bears are tine , , , . . , i i . i i i 1 1. ... 1 1. .. i . . t it ' "i nhiiiln.,1 i .i.i "..I i . i.i i i i i-u ...vw , .ui..!.. ..ui ,w,wi ..v., mv.u in i. uiuiiLu , mvi'iniiai's. 1 liiuon mar mat tno wu vob ; ui un i : uut uu luiuei uioi, ei wio piiz ii . ".wiu-, mo wi- ,i.i.,.Hi in inn 1 1 1 1 1 vernal lot cijiiijoui, ' ti.:.. .... ii. ........1 i f.... .1.,. .....: i i .t i.:.. i- - . . i - ... . ..... . - hint , L" ,,ai nounty of ONE HUN-1 ouuuu'"' " . ,, i l,""b l "uui, iuiuu, iui iu uiuuuug, mm uouiu num ms own uiis , Uou d in tho ond provo too much for i nor at tuo bar sitood loon in tuo do "' ' I ti'11141, ,...... ...1. ,. ... " t . i7.r:," .V,. ffl wa .a '!an!' or I ... .. n... ... D; nf rnmiliir to lUlU Buniwwt --o wiiinli linn liiion uiTorou to tiiom, uu-f liorjjo. loft to hnnsolf. fitunibled ovor tlmt ho lmd not half as hiiOi (in nnin. i r.n i,n,n i mnklmn nv iwm lM fiml ul t ... 1 .. I i.AI.1, Jhlli.. . . 4l.A ,1 . as .1 In V ' Wt rt F Kir. . I..nr 1 ll. i f 1 . . .... ... t, . 1 . t notisc, tuo ovor tho railiu in front uv him. "Hold on," sez he; "hold ou, Deekin, a fuir start is nil I want. Don't take advan tage of my age to got ther first," and will ttinll HII.H mm r rt ni li 'lifk fiiid'n. 'Uiiiiivi4 u ui uuu tjwbiiu4 viiu villi u i I r t " I tropolitau, und I don t think vou'would und me, btnrted on n keen run for'tho ! bo willi"K t" iucrease my wuges to tliat house. In a few minits they returned, ! a,,,ou,1t. pantin and out uv breuth," when the I "Why, who tho douco nra yon Squir called tho court to ordor ngiu, i "IamJ G' , of St. Louis, and wich bein restored ho remarked: , I. have bought the right to use your Ef it cood be established thut tho ; pateut oven there, und I intend ty put niggor hed $200 In gre'enbax-it-wood i up a dozen or two of them, and'-would necosaurily discharho him, ez ijq. man ( liWto-TDhiploY-ydti As-foreman." wun mot sum coottuo COIISIUOIOCI u va-1 The NW Ynrl: 1.m1:,.- lmd .,n1.m moro to say, nud tho two friends wont to tho Metropolitan and hud u 10111? wor ,,r'i.'.. . ","'Wrol dUability ouuivulmit tu - VZI foot' aro to Se j by th0 Univorsalists. Rev. Dr. J. F. "-' irie.l ..i,i ... ! 1 J , i. ZZ' S SI! Bigolow is now pastor 01 in s soc.e.y "lt-h.ehild under nuteon yoara of I rvi!;'uJ "Jtllro. a'l for arroara of ! Yu'lrl"e n n,Vonofr,a,tiu, prisoners laiie ri, "i "ttended to ami tho .,,A,l'w returned to applicant for BiB V aSS 7nth?,lr't Nl'inal Hank 80inotJ)Ujr on himsolf; not I f,iw.,l T.J.ti i tho road, and lamed Jon of his own Binartnoss, and that of I speck of ico in sight on which ho could wuzn't thor onv moro oz a house badly, it seemed, but it , his Ocrmuu friend, us formerly, und : yd Bholtor. As wo passed ho touch-1 tho mnterial nir wich it wuz hilt to dismount and load that ho " bolioved sho was half right" , ot ti,0 schooner's sido, nud Juijson lyin around permislus. Like talk two. over a bottlo of champagne or IK HOW IKlSlOl OI HUB OUC1UIY. I . . 111 . 1-1 1 1 ii , , -i . I UU I"" nuiiuuuui a niuu, Vi,. V",i""',V rV 1 1 i.v tim friends 0f 1 ""i, and to stop; after a whilo a 11 And beforo long, it was evident that who had seized n riljo was 111 tko net probably, ho woodent bo 1 tomplatod by tno iiioiiua tavern, and oxamino and bathe tho Join; kuow sho was quite riijht, nnd , o nuttitiK an ond to his career, whon tho $'200 ho hed in his e J'W-tf I It is con tim nrdor to build a rospootablo houso ii,ah and to lot tho boast tako his i.f .emuliiii as soon as funds can bo own timo afterwards; so that instead of w ot snip s b of trot h ij)to UoBtou bQforo raised for tho pui pose. sundown, John liodwig found him- TJ1E UOVAN CATH0U0 HOCICTU l)f bel(lt0(i (l l0110ly rOUtl, B0I110 Tho Catholic congregation in this hours after tho nun had quito vanished, town is probably larger than that of, tho horse growing lamer, and his your littlo Biblo, "Tho book saiod Lucy married him "It all camo of Lucy," said John. my lifo, and out of a queer kind ofj gratitudo to you and to it, I took to 1 reading it. And I found that whoov-1 cr wroto it wus wiser than nny man 1 1 1 arrobtod his uajm. liio boast was making such a bravo fight for his lifo, that I would not seo hun shot. l3y "Thoro is music in thy sole," as tlio nice young man said to his squeak ing now boot. wuz I .'WlbO, I ublo to find , KtoV-Mv deceased hist. Tho ' pohto man in tim u-nrhl lln u-nu piuco met i:nowd it wunst win Know it , making a yoyago on tho Danube, nnd 110 moro forever it lied boon confis-' tho boat mink. My undo was on tho catod by the enraged citizons. He i point of drowning. Ho got his head wajitud it understood thot no sieh tri-, above tho water for oneo, took -off' his fliu impediment in tho way uv justis .lmt aild said; 'Ladies and Gentlemou, ez tho possession uv $200 coed bo al- will you excuse uie?' and dowu- lio lowod within tho joorisdicksheu uv ' woat t