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"RTPT J JL j JL JL. JL . ill! J I nf-"t vi. THE VERMONT TRANSC ST. THE TRANSCRIPT.' ,; M.iSIIBO EVl'.ttt I'll t WAV. DAVIS, ISiIltor ii nil i It (ir. rrllMS OK SUHSOKH'TIOS I , si.""!"!' Pro- History or SI. Albims. It)' llll oltl llllllll lit. paiiTxiv. THE VtLLAOB OF ST. AMUXS . ,, ,., .ving tho paper through tho IM.t- is m tho centro of tlio town, and about 1 0us etrmW j.OKnrr niiunm. To Milage inib( nlmri . ,u. r,.nm n, n t I il piper ''J- tu- carrier, no rnit in i Uirco lnllos "' i" lft- It 18 picas- f10 viij(l, nntiy situated nroutul a liandBomi common twenty by thirty rods in ox mil be . harRcd. , , ,t-. n rtir will br milled vrlieu payment ,, .1 Ik send "it inotitlm. ,,,, .li.civitlnn.il until all rrnargc arc tent, on land gently ascending to flic ,,,l ,,t ilio option of the IMWwlifr. 1 T J n 1 k-ast. It is 2b miles from Burlington, IllTi of iDVBirnaiMi, aml flftoeIi mileB from Canada Lino. v t,vI'..it.-kmfnt!.. r.Ta-ir...,f 12 ,f tiiii tip., I ir nrt inm-mon "i, m" muieo ituvi uiuuet uu mis- 1 in css arc situated on a handsome mil Siu.di 1 11 Hire - - ,,ii.jf.mcnt Iri-.rtl'ul. ' I i ,,f 1H rllollf must lie 111. Ill, i ll oil - mi nli, oi tlm hr cotitniniil street, rt'.. .1. .,,,,...... , , ntll. ll.liniHii n'luiunMii. mni-j . . ., , in mWunc j through the centre ot tin' running North this ni ranrrfiiojit ia doubted by a considerable pottion of tin people, Hi .1 i-i nt o' sorvable by the public at lai""i'. Olio tliim. hinvnvcr. is olem-h I .VVKcrtimnXHv,'." : U,m' ,mV W"U "en. as woll a fclt, by Uiobo who pny , v , r-. ni I.- in. rt.t lS.-ents per several stores and shops built on tho ' the taxes, and that is a very considor- street loading from tho Main SI root n, i",-,, nso of village expenses. It ' ' ! to tho Depot, and to tho Buy. Tho i- w,.!l remarked that tho inhabitants M. UIlMlS lJUSIIICSS Directory. , sidewalks of the principal sheets aio of the villa.ro pay a vers- lan-c ronor- plankod with hemlock planks, which t; ... ,,f the highwav taxes of tho town. Ui ,r. -. renders them bv and Dlwamtnt at all nn.l iU.il tl.m w t-..,.,. o f ficient portion of IKe hihwny t!i' ! more tlmn a thousand tons of ehoese . a Rieal lnlelby tho doath ofliorfathor, Rccinod to Amy, out of tho vory . The qitnntity was larger in IBOH, and 'nunc and unprovided for. Ono could 6iih1. ISr.i ,B,i... . . i- 1Cp- 'not bnt pity her " "I think, I huvo loBt my way, Mi's. .lSM.amlwasg -oatly.ncwasoclinlSGo,, ..Al)( )it; if kin to lovo," laughed Jessn'p," said tha bewiAleml littlo J lie ilailroad Company have recent- tll0 milgr. -J understand your croaturo. "Would you lot me come in ly built a lattfo boaidiiii? hoiuc for ! , 1Se comiilctolv, Tresluy. l)nt surely and rest for awhile ?" n-.e aceommodation of thoir niinior- she's mettv cuonuh to suit oven your "And wolcome, pretty, said tho old . factidiiuw tnalu." woman, coidmlly; for Alts, rresloy had ! ... -i ii !.1 ... : .1.11 in I I.I...1 I H'l'l.rtf la m. tl. ... , , ". ClOU II VUIJ1U. WW1IKHIIUU HUH 1 UUIIO HCl IlinilV II niiiii Uiit'i' nun m .ice of HI. Albans has boon 1 ' .. .. ... v ., i . i i..., .i . t .... 1 axtn i ti i i ni riuiu i' "iiiwi i n vim r f in r tiiiiui ii in i hi iimmimiiiiiiivii a Handsome innrn.i i t n. r. rf ,........... ..r..-r i mi iin in ui iji-jinm- t4i Hunk tint, i inn tied to nor tor inei isnness. lor jjtiKo s iuiks is a i nacKOCi tine, and isi i,nw under the govern- "Then why tho deuce did you mur-' up to tirt for Australia to-morry ment of a Doaid of Trustoos, annunlly rv 1,' r V" inormn , and I was jesJ gittin together elected bv the citizens residing within ' '-I ' .Kny. I wan a fool--a A littlo oracklin' to boil the last toa- .), , ,. ., ,. , . , foal to her brown eyes and golden the corporate limits. The benefit of . ... wh : ,or4 fi..,, t I kettle. porfoctly moulded, with superb dark oyos, and hair whoso naturnl wave motion of tho bountiful head, there Was something almost royal in tho Htamp of her groat bounty, before which Maurice Tiosloy'a whole imturb bowod down. Sho look.'d up, no Mr. Xresley en torod, nnd in sp.to of her rasoluto Belf colitrol, n Kcnrlot tido Biiiriisod her palo, lovoly faeo. Tho moment had co mo, to which bIio lind looked for ward for so many years 1 Slio road it in hor facts. Tho moment had come, to which she had looked forward for tf. I)Vt.. ,V rTOHNEi H AM) ipilders thpm fb v and nloftmint nt i . I HUM 1 r.VW and Soli.-ilorn in ,e,la' rs u,e,n Ul1 pleftsitnt at o liii in tin' room Tortnoriy ormi- times, oxoopt wnon covered witu snow. in K COl'NKl.- : fir lint ulit.iuiiiit; 1-tf j, e; r ti.s . 5 '7 r" htoros; 1 hardware stoves, in two of eh-rs who resi-h (I-.HIK'K I . i r . .1 T1..:i.1 ." t. 97-iy there are now, lbfifi. in tho village, 1(1 should not bo oxprnd. 1 in the village. PAI"; dry goods stores, iiiol .f which re- to make tin sheets and sidewalks a' tail groceries; 8 grocery and provis.on all times safe and convenient, for trav- within. as well as for V'1 I 1 II i . ' li l.. a.. . . . wmcn are soiu an sons oi agricultural those who ru-tido without the vi' rtc tools, bar iron and window ulass: ;i If this should bo done, th iv..o!l nouoiiTO., Att.imoyan.l druggist stores; IS j,welry stores; 4 , be, it is argued, no occasion for a ul. ' "'''.Vl'e i o,e and wont up slmrs, uu. , to bUM.c . hu metimes. lKtorR where stoves. Ktovn.,,i.,.. . fI ... .l...,:.... .:, bi ,u' iuguic. ns. one i.u . ... - . ' um.t.n.o ii,K.i,v cllter d the room a child sho Jett l. j tin ware are kept for sale; 2 fur stores; taxes. The selectmen have authority ; haul, deterumsed woman. ' !l clolhin'' stores: 4 meat market-.'. 'A in illnwi in mlmi n..ri nr i, i u,., It. was nlnin.t ilurk when Manrii r- t . vv ...vvv.t. ....(. 7(..UV4 LUU IUHII " ' ------ ' " ;rt tiHPfrwtoBalbu,iiil saddle and harness bhops; i boot ami hi,-hwav taxes are to be exnended : ' Tily uftme ont of to library, to looli VTTUKNI'Y AM) CoinPHni"'", n.l , ln' st i ire. h ivo discovered inv mistake. I the rudo wooden block that served tor Will, old fellow, I'm sorry for you, a chair, mechanically warming her l it the beit advice I can tender is to ' hands. in. ike the best of it," returned his com-' "Am I near Burghford, Mrs. Jess puuion, jawning. "And now let's, up V" luar what yonr plane are for the "Bnrghford, pratty? No, that you splng c m't yon go to Europe with ain't 1 Cholmburg is nearer by a good mil p.ity?" ' half mile just nuross the woods and Am, tlx I'sdizzy senses comprehended 1 ' tlic conorjtttion no farther, yho had i "Yes, 1 know. Do tho enro stop ml. silent and motionless, every word i theiey" bui ini- its imprint on her heart as it , ' les, honey. Here now -drink this ilu-v h.nl been limytntltt. Bo Maurice cup o' ten, and oat a bit o' mush, just is we u v oT thorritty child he hud ' '" put ft color lino jour etteek. Timro, t ' L n to ins home; and this o.xplai e'.l I'm sure it'll strengthen you up a bit!" the coldness, almost aveision that Lor "Mrs. Jossup," said Amabel, looking timid c ;ii.mg ways had been am to up v. 1 1 h wi.d, wishful ees, "what do ibsp, 1 p p.c iio when they want to earn .Sii' sat there nearly an hour, with the.i own iivingV' hor head drooping on" her breast, nnd "Vull, to Lo sure !" ejaculated tho In r hands clasped idlv on hor knee '.d woman. "Why, honey, they goes Amabel sat down beforo the firo on i sj many yoats I Slio rand it in his faco as plainly as though he had spok en the words. "I lovo you I " Well, it was over. Maurice Trts lej' had asked hor to bo his wife, and she had said " Yos." And still sho shrank away from tho fond dhisp of his hand the deep words of tender noss that welled spon tanoously from his inmost being. " My lovo ! My heart's darling ! The light has dawned nt last upon my heart. I am happy now !" Aye Maurico 'iVesloy was happy now ? How I Came to get Married. ' It inny bo funny, but I'vo got n'rib aud a balry. . yiia'dowa departed oys ter i-tews, brandy juleps, cigar bbse, briot jacks, abandoned shirt buttons, whiot ivnd dominoes. Shad W3 prosent hoop akirts, band boxes, gaiters, long stockinga, juvenile dresses, littlo willow chairs, ciadles, pap, parcgorici hivo syrup, c!c. I'll just toll you how I caught it. I always was tho (larndcst, tca-cus-tercd bashful follow yon uvar didce: it wntl kindssr in my lind to bo takoli with tho shakos oVOly timo I taw u gal approaching, and I'd cross tho street any timo rather fluin fac6 bne, not because I didn't 'like the critters, for if I was behind thu fenco looking through i knotjiolo I could UDt- look at ono long enough. Woll, my sistor Libby g.ivo a party ono night; luti-nycd aWiiy from homo beeauso I was loo bashful to fitile1 tho musia I hung around thtt house, whistling "Old Dan Tucker," dancing to koop my feet warm, nnd watching tho bonds bob up and down holi'ind tno cttPEnin, aniVwlHiTill tlfb tlflJffrter- il t it Law Atul Sollfiur in l lian is. Vfjni'iiit. Ollici ueM Sin- 1'oHt--1'icnpp on Wolden utreft. , l sti.ti m ronmiuMoner. Commis- 1, fill tlic State! of loin 1 J. iii ion to all or l, in.iv hi i ntrin-t'-u. . .,v' 4 ls.il. tf lOliiCeS: ii baORS: 4 llOtlS. TllOre 18 I latn ilml. thn Hnpniliturm Bhmil.l l,il . ...... a..' t . . .n,l Pn.m...!l... al l . ! M l.r..i, Alli.lllfi iiu w....-.. i .. f...,,.,l .1,1 1, suUi-ien nifhaiicerr. OIBi-i; over "i'"r" ,c """""J c"'u"'1" Haul., St. Alliuus, Vt. .in ml to i iiiioi'iionp, aim iinii.t-1-uvu .i ilm l iiitod SUt Rtr Arrears o i.i Soiiln i i", Widow's and liiMilid'H "-tf i it 1. i " 1 -I ti i 1 j I shoe stores; 2 book stores; 2 printing and common sense would seem to die-1 j ;. " V ue"moa u' 1 tVlAJ till lim 1 I H 11 -l7 "Amabel ! Ann !" applied to those places where thev are I But there was no response. M.m- B ment, owned byj. (. and W. L bnnth, j mo$t needed. The benefit of a village r-.c." looked impatiently round, f , situated on Lake Street and Fouudn nolice. senarate from that of the town. I "Su l'heiison, he said to th i. U. M V H K N Tl S'l'. Olluv ill til ,s ,UN 111.' K K, Main tit., oppor-iti th ,il Cliui li 1-'' f- Street. The building is spacious, and contains a variutj of machinery pro pelled by a powerful steiin engine. -A bug.; amount of iio:t is daily the smart m.i.d who wis leplenishing tho iii. r CMS W. IlKNTIsT. Wtad :i'l tnin-u a I an.! i illi -fir J. tf t". it 11 ro n,. Will , t II . i c.inn ;-ial, and ti Ia to t sir " i a miinUc up to Mis. I ii"-,e s ii r thiit Mr. H,n ii or i later Stuph'.! sir. II t.PAMl. .'H., .i. CO., II, ali: and llrv Go' 1". lani v n.n, St s. II. LtVUS. .Ir., A. tl. 11UA1M.1.U. i.illiivs 1 i nti.innl Oy-t- r H n-c. llnfuHlo... u. rkmth mde Ll i, Mm i .i liieik. t. Vlb.in. Vt. ., -1 m . ..tv btyle. Onl.-rs till, d .mil I'n nitrv at the luwcit Mark' l Ki'', si'iiiri .' Gallon. Lili.ral i , Had, . loo lill.s SIOK, tiltOt UK, Kinsman IV.H'k i, , t, st. .villain, vt. jit; V. II iVU IJKOTIIKKS, IRON (HAMS. (ll.it-, file, rauitH. A'riful h m nit. r at a low I'.n-h U(?ure i I.aki ami Main ptrootB. M .n li li , 1MU. 1-tf II M'I VN, .it S ' M. Ai ! a. r in (irixa 1 1- . - ii :.l l!i I in SS'AI.KKU niM's , S;,i .ii, t 11 has not, we believe, as vet been per ceived in St. Albans. It is a common remark, that the village is no better governed than it was befote it was iu- melied at this oitabiisumont, and corpoiatod. Lamps have been put ii ...I., r.t. ........ .,.,.1 .,11 unlo ,-.f :.. .1 . i... : i . . . ... : i ..HOI Illiv. l.nm-11 lliv nil vn.v-. ,win -. m UK- llUMIIl'iil IllilCCS ill !l C HISHICI.l , ., ' , ( ,1 1 . l ' 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 e castings usually made at an iron loun- hieexpen.se, and g.i-,s lia I been let l "N. ,t tin i e '-' by. Tluro are several bloo!;s of, into them; and when lighted, it is1 "No, sit: ami Mary Anne sajs she brick buildings for stores, oflices and .expected thev will enlighten tho darl- jSinv -Nlrs- Tie-lev go oi-.t, all wrappt d otbel' nnrnoSeS. There are nOW. M.IV ,.!,, ., (,...,. illv ivhr-n it. a .lm. mnro ' lT' lu" "oiiis 180(J. several vacant lots, from which j for the benelit of the Gas Company ' . the .'-tores that stood on them have , than for tho convenience of the public, been swept off by recent, fires. These This company was formed several vacant places will so m bo filled up. years ago for the purpose of accommr it is expected, by handsome, comino dating, tho citizens with a cheaper dious stores. The spacious store re- and better light thau was produc .-d cently erected by the late William H. hy oil or caudles, or the material cjoa- SltR-1 PrtlT.ir, is au elegant structure, nnd moiilv used iu fimilios. But it has stands very conspicuously on tho c r-, n,eu found by experience thus fir, ner of Main and Luke Sueets, in the tKlt, saa js more expensive in St. Al centre of business. It is quita an o - )ln8 than the inateriaU before uel nament to that part of the village for illuminatin g tho houses and stores Mo-4 of tho public build. tigs stand on ,u tlit. village. ( I'n 1, l nntimicd i "Weil, they works in n factorj' some- ui. t , and sometimes tho book-learned one leaches schools; aud sometimes they take in sevvin." Amabel amused deeply oa sho play i .1 ss ith Mrs. Jusuup's German bilvor tea-spoon. Tho old woman looked on with tt face of ouriosit j ' Do you leno.v what tunc tho cars stop ,a C'liolmhuig, Mi.i. Jesstipy" '.Some tune niter sr., ileal"; but " a.t I c,i ii'il t'ji n.lh so. i A n tin 1 i ' oliileis . ' ,.., i" nilHL bi l II S l i S kill 1 li is e no in iin s 1 L'lke c inn oM woman, Tiesiev sh , back, honey," and he'll go her Tho wedding svas over, with its glim- ing party would break up so that I inor of oi ango flowers, and soft rustlu could get to my roonij I sihoked a of sunny siik. Mr. Tresley ssas stand bunch of eogars, aud as it was getting ing in tlio centre oi a group 01 con gratulatoiy friends, while his wife had gone up stuirs to chango her bridal dress for a more suitablo traveling costtimo, when his valet brought him a folded note. Excusing himself in a fesv brief words, he stepped into the deserted library to read tho missive j me. I was dreaming of soft shelled whose superscription sent a strange crabs, stewed tripp, and having a thrill to his heart. It contained but i irr.od time, when somo one knocked at late and very uncomfortable', I con clude I to climb up tho door post. No quicker said than done, and' F was' soon snugly in bed. .y Now, bays I, let her rin 1 dnneo un til your wind gives out, and cuddling under tho quilts, Morpheus grabbed a fesy linos, in tho peculiar cramped ehirography or the child ho Lad onco called " wife." " Mahmve: I have come back to you. I am waiting iu tho little room Oy the south gable, for you to svelcomo me once moie to sour heart. Amabel." Asif a thumb1! bolt had descended on b.s unconscious head, Maurice Tiesiev sank white and nihnst on a 'sofa, ssith both hands clasped over head 1 his rve-- In that mouieutarv hush. ' bo haw his whole lite etending dark ,0 aioi. . You have I and blasted boloic him, eserj' hopo in ini', Iin. Jo-sup; I ' blighted, every v:si.n dashed to tho to q.s'e vou, nor eson giound ! amt till 111' 11K Sli;itl). diali i in 1'"' ' 1. -Hi II, . li i I'lM, 11 .Hi ..! a,, .1-. , a in r .a Main ..im i mi .in, 1 1 lo. I . .. iii vri(.To.. a. j ,, ii ii ' . .iml .1. 'a s , 1 Mvi" I'i i', i Ware. Fail'", . SS .i. i l.fiiiii inrf ai. 1 i. .a-. Vi L. II. Hl'Srl.M the List side of the c minion, 'm l make a shosvy and ban lvuuo npp- u ant-e ssluti tins are sn-wed from the, West Tin1 new ('. igr srntior. il chinch, and the Uni 'ii S-hi.ol Haiw1 . . . L ...II.'. i and .Vi'.nieins', nr.- u i-.m-i i."i .i Tlic Second Marriage. i:v ssu itsM'i.l.Pil. , 1 i . . 1. (.ii beauty and cotnmodo m-.ne-.i by uiiS , u i ,n - IHV 'Mauiii e ! M ur '." She spoke the oft words twice be- iii r iui.;,,i, h,kmo f"1' heal! her. witn wimiui eses bin i in 's of tiie Kind m tins ta., . . . , ,. , , . , tunidlv tiirne 1 t i hii face, and then The Catholic church, situited on .,,.,,,;,, ,i.mv ,, ,,, , lu.,.u.i.,.i,os,iai,'n1,li.u 'Fairn.'ldSI.eet.aud m tho neighbor- M!U,rl,.e turin d sha.plV as if homo u .N.in mi, i-phvr WikiIs, fan. r ! hood of the School Hou-e and Ac.ide- siitnnier insect had iitung bun. ' i,. Mia.h iin.lt in tain l'lUiif s I l i 1 ., . . ,.,l. ., t "What is it ,J" 1. SI. Mlslll". "'Ji " -"i -- r . T , .1. . li LL :. . . 1 I I ., ii ii,, ,,,,;inPa .siav t nave uie nine gray pumei lmVe- ln.iuireii overs svuei e, out tuu coin ,,, um. ,t siM- vi, alerT... 1 ' ih" b , i 1 J ! " out on tho Totnploton road V fuil8 J at the boat lan.bng. Up to I) -iu- f.,i ii,,o,!s, piain uiid tanc 1 and makes a very handsome appear-1 ..ijeol,t? No yes 1 wibh yon ,hat spot sho ssas seen --tracked; but 1 "irn, a . -' ance. It is more conspicuous man , wouldn t tease mo, Amv ! any other lunidiug in me piace tss lul .she dnse the grev ponies t "No, sir, she ss('iit on foot. And, pi i-e, sir, hei o's a bit of paper I found on In r dressing eise, svith your nam On the outside." liv.sley opeiud the note sith a on -traiti.il brosv, insvardly vexed that Am tbel should nut have consulted him , i regarding her outgoings and incom i itv--. But ther. sviis somotl.iiig in the ! penciled lines tlfat blanched hi- cheek I ' i know now that sou are weary of i me; bad I knosvn it befoio you would 'sooner have bei tTitT'ivod of the bur- den of my preieii'' F nt mi' -and, ; try toietiitn to tie-" old tirie befou-i sou -sor sasv Aiisnti. ' Til it was all. Iiimco Tres'.iyj Mink,! latterly to liim.se. f. ! "A mere ebi'iilis.i pit," he in'.iimnr-1 id. "SI, . will be b "1., h r.f ft mhl'-ued nit of In r sniii s, as io.m as it grows i ,duk. It is unfoi tuna e, however., that she should h.ise osei hoard that ' unlucky eni.ver.iiitiou ! ' I But Amabel did led return sho I never returned. ; "It i- no use, sir," i'iil tho graj' 1 haired emissary of the policp, slinking ithe snosv fioin his jm-nt coat. "Wu a niig. b it this baiidkercuiet is valuable; please ket p it for sake ! ' A:.d beforo Cioody Jossup could open h -T mouth to rem mstrato vory my Mrs. Then ho arose, and svent svith tho staggering, uncertain motion of a blind man, into tho room indicated by tho note. It svas empty, as vet and ho lcan- tho door and svukcel mo up. I laid loss-. Bap, rap, rap. Thqn I heard it whispering, and I know1' tlicro svas a wholo raft of girls outside. ! '' 11 Bap, Hap. "(''& Then Lib sang put: . '. r j'M "Jack, aro you in thoro ?" ; , 7 , , "Yes, T am." ' ' y Thon en ma n roar of lhuglitor. "Lot uu in." ' : "1 won't; can't you lot a fellosv nlono ?" "Aro yon abed ?" "Yos, I nm." "Got up." ' "I svon't." ,H '' Thon camo another laugli.:iBy thunder, Ibogau to gotrilqdj fT "Got out, you petticoatcd'. scare- crosvs, enn'tyou get a bean without I hauling a follow out of bed ? I wont i : , - lev ,ti LMili lian.lKeiciiiei i ing iii-.e a snowy cou svoi) -ii tuc old ss oman's horny palm. And bo, mouths aiterssaul, svhen r.esvs came that the stately Australian ship ss.is ss locked o.i' a cillel coast, and not a pa-ien jer Hived alive, the cobweb liankeielnef, Hotting to the slioie. foi moil a gliastlj' link between the dead and the living. Do tec iso Buiiiim brought it to Mm ice l'losles one n gbt, silent and self-po-i'oicd as ever. "J.'rom the wreck of the Cytheroa, sir." Maurice stared at the delicate cm broideis, svith Amabel Trosley's name wrought bhield as if he had ghost. nn.l leaving the India I ed agaiuit tho mantle, Blck and dizzy. go homo svith you, so you mav'oleav i'i tin. seen a Amabel alive Amabel come back to part him l'roin tho idolized ssifo he uad just acquired tho privilege to cull his own 1 Oh, bettor death aud ob li vi m hotter tho blessod rest of tho gravo 1 " Mauriue." "in' . , . . i Thon .throwing my bopts at ,tho door, 1 felt better. But presentlj-j oh ! moral buttons, 1 heard a still nnill voice vory much ' like sister Lib's; and it said: "Jack, You'll havo to gqt upj foi'iall '! -tru't, st. Albana, Vt. 11 E. I'OsT CO., ilealcrs iu Dry Goods 1 1 h u i Fanulj Urocerio8. L'orniT ot 1 an. .J Stroeis, St. Altians, Vt. 117 1-1 1. JANUS. and hair dyinp. Ladles' and TVTUO'S 1I.VTI1IR AMI IIAIK u. iiiii:ssixti jj.vi.OOV. Yseliltai Honse, - Si uiiii. - li ei iiiting, Klinmpoortig and curling, ' ii,.,,,.- i,j uOlCr, IJIlQll (1.1111 iUl H a and void Iiaths at all liouru or ami 1 1 . mng. EDO Alt TAT110, l'ro'pr. PMOV IIOlsK, IlK-iit-iinn Vt VI.lii.Ki rbiaiJJNT, rropriutor. JyJ Mo.ntii l AUENTS svantcd for t'nttrvlll limn nrttnl Itiwr nut Ail. I O.VUKY, City Bonding, Bldileford l-l . B. SMITH, HHail Dealer in. - , . 11. I Ull li HMIi 11 I" ft.w .l woiwi v,!ww mgsaroof brick, many of tin that thero sve are at a lots." He spoke harshly, shaking off the j "She must havo taken tlmbont to largo proportion of the private dwell-1 little hand as if its touch wore unploas- j Grenoble!" exclaimed Mnurico, eager- 1 1 1 . . . ,,nt i Imn oml AimiliHl M 1-asIov turned i It. "Sho did not, sir; we have monn$ af knowing everj passenger that camo oft at Grenoble." "Then svhero can she bo V" "That is tho question. Itis nosv three weeks tinco she disapponrod: wo have riotngoutsnt work wherever tuoro largo, ologant and shoss's, as svoll as convenient for use. Tho numbor of inhabitants residing in tho villago is supposed to bo near SfiOO. Tho popu lation is annually increasing, and houses aro constantly in demand for new coiners. Bents and building lots are high. In many instances villngo lots havo boon recently sold, at what would havo boon callod vory exorbit ant nricos a yoar ago. Thero aro several large and oxpon- ono arm around her oanino favorite's . -i i: .i t. !, T?il, nnil nook and hor biirniiu' cheek resting SlVO OUIUUIias uiiiici - ,. . Cmpanie,19 These aro the freight j lus shaggy curU and pnMongor depots, tho engine oyod AniuUy Trosloy, not yet sixtoen, limiRo. tho car house, the Maehino ' nm nho looked more ehildliko than alum tbo tiaint shons. the car facto-; esor in hor unconsciously pioturosquo rioe, tho wood house, vo., iVc 1 1. ...,...!. K..,il lini f,,,t n.i.l tl.,1 , . , liamiiiiii luiinun inw.v w v.w it.:., .Inlmi, urn mniln and leDiUlOU , . p , , I. i:.... u..i mm on,""11 - . i irreiiiessioie tiuiver uu nci iiih, uui, snrftii" involuntarily to her eyes. "He does not love me!" she thought. "Oh, if I know but somo spell to bring back the old fondness." Sho went slosvly out into tho bright anteroom svhero tho winter sunshine stroamed throuuh oleander boughs and 1 was tho sli"htost probability of hor sssinging trails of passion-vino loaves, i taking refuge, and still thoro is no key aud a groat Nesvfoundlaud dog lay I to the mystery. Excuse mo, sir, but winking and blinking iu tho golden was Mrs." Trosloy oasy in" her mind floor. tranquil and collected, I moan svhen "Nero, you lovo me !" she murmur- sho left your house?" od. throsvins herself on the floor, svith ' Maurico winced n little. "No-l hardly think alio was. Tho gray-hairad man put tho tips of his lingers rolloctivoly together. "Did you over think thoro might bo a roinoto possibility of suicido !" Maurico TrosleyAvinced at tho awful possibility so coolly touched upon by tho raattor-of-fact detective; and when tho door had closed behind his horn At 1 attitude on tho old rag, svith tho curls Tho tMhoren ! Good God! there was not a son! saved "Nj, tir." "But, the list of passengers ?" "Her name was not there, sir. But, of course, sho would change it if sho dosued to avoid notice or recognition. I think, sir, that handkerchief is evi dence enough." From that night Maurico svoro crape on his hat, and genuine mourn ing in his heart, for the child-wife whom ho had lost Whatever ro uuirsq gnasvod at his vitals ho kept to himself. Tho brief chapter of Amabel's life svas liiiibhed nnd her husband closed the pages of tho soriowful past. Ton yoars havo passed by ton long, ovontful j oars oro wo again tako up thp thread of our story. Tho j'oung moon was just begin ning to" glimmer through tho purple blue sky of the mid-suinmor tsvilight, and tho spico-hearted honey-suckles filled the atmosphere with sudden rippling currents of friigranco as Maurico Trosley and Sidney Wilford ,'paced up aud dosvn tho marble paved terrace, thuir tsviti cigars gloaming through tho dusk like so many spots of lire. "So you liko Mrs. Camorou ?" said tlio latter, inditlbrentlj'. "She is tho most beautiful woman I over looked upon 1" returned Trosloj, stopping short in his enthusiasm. Liko the grand old lMiropuun pic llu started. Alreo Givmoroii svas 1 tlio iirlu' tln'mm in- in tlinv,1" standing before him, svith her pittying 1 Oh, Lord! what a picklo'. 1 Tink broU'flrov'Oa full Upon his faco. j of me in bed, all covered svith siidvls, " Maurico my husband !" j mttlFa, bonnets nnd cloaks, nnd 'twon- "Not your husband, Alice! Oh, , t,v girls otitsido waiting to get thorn f my beautiful my beloved, must 1 ! If 1 hod stopped to think, I, should give you up now?" I have fainted. As it was, I rpllqd out " Maurice !" She h id nestled close j among the bonnot sviro and. ribbon in to him, with almost passionate ear-(a hurry. neatness. " Oh, Maurice, am I so i "Smash wont tho milinerv in cs-erv I changed ? Have you forgotlon Ama- j direction. I had to dress in tho dark bol V , for thoro was n crack in tbo door- Ho looked uncomprehendingly at I and tho way I tumbled nbout was her. I death to straw hats. I onened tho "Sho is here, Maurice hero at yoursido! I am your littlo Amabel! Oh, my husband, pardon tho strata gam bs1 which I havo at last gained your los'o !" " But Amulml is dead !" "Tho Amabel of yoars ago is dead, but tho Amabel of tho present stands beforo you ! Maurice, do you lovo mo now 1 Yes, ho loved hot" rjotv - sho saw it in ovory glanco of his oyo, every mo tion of his lip. Tssico wooed tsvioi married a widow, yet a svifo it . bride, yet no bridu, Amabel Trosloy knew that a new lifo svas opening beforo hor, whoso Minshino should never knosv cloud nor shadosv more. ATS, CAPS, flC FURS,! tho engines nnd cars, and all tho roll-; a-j of (l smiden,she glanced no svith a iiiL' stock used on tho railroad. Tho i eCnrlot blush as a shadow foil across ' mill Knnfi- lnt..l. Tll rv.... ... O S . .1 ..t Vni-n lllfn,'.,.! ,1 lrtttf . ii.iuuo, i in uuimic, . , ,.,. :u nii nrnnellod bv Steam ' tlio tiouiwiiv nun iiu.w ..vv.ui. .. I power, wlnon oponues numiui 1 el St 1 1 'r. .m 1'iiru, x?vlr ana Huck OloviH " ' valines, Umhrollas, Trar ai llaj-s, TrunliH, Ac, Ac. s"Ii Mai,, st rout, St. Allnuis, Vt. CftSH PAID FOrTsiUPPING FURS. B OIIdlEHT II. SMITH. f'lulm Atroimy. li', ,'.'!.lli rnationts of tJoiiBrCBH, all Sol a ln havo gcrvod threo ve.irs-mill havo , , , t $100 bounty from tlio Unitod StatAi, , enliHk-d for three voare, svoro di- , " "iiHi-iuunco of ssounifn, and the si til- Mm n.w i-"i"iui any binilll'r who mi " M'lirs, tinder a promUu of ouly nuil svhoiliud in the wirviiv, am i n- ! tho sawing of logs into boards, or into any form or ahapo that is roquirod for tho vnrioun purposos in which the ma terial is used. A new passongor depot, larger and more commodious than any other in tho Stato, will bo built Uia prosent year, 180(5. In tho prosent passongor depot is a tologrnph ofhco, oxpross office, and other offlcos occu- nicd by tho various oincrs oi iu . rill f..'..hl liAHtm 1 sviirning grosvi, A tall, fair-huirod gentleman was standing there, with his fur-trimmod hat in ono hand and an atnnsod ox proasion on his countenance. "Bti'don mo for ttnrtling you, my dear littlo girl," ho said, gently, "but I havo called to soo Mr. Trosloy. Is ho at homo?" Amtibol statninored somo incoherent sentence about tho next room, and tho stranger bowed nnd passed on. Mrs. Trosloy took hor ombroidory Hires of tho Madonna, svith her hazel lOUl" ., 1.1... ....I I,,,,- l.-.r.!- , i U1UU1I OOl, llllll llio Uliuillll 111,1, IIV,- blo etpiantinit.v 1 resley sank on a chair, , . , , J . Wilford. vou knosv tho sad history of my lirst mar svith his faeo buried in both hands. "My svifo my littlo soft-eyed Amy 1 I havo boon cruel, harsh I deserve no bettor than that Heaven should deal svith mo as I dealt svith tho lonely or phan. Oil, my lost wife! art thou safe m Hoavon, or wandering homeless on tho faco of the cruel earth V" But thoro came no answer to his pleading cry. When tho child Amabel had loft hor husband's roof sho had directed her footstops to tho highroad that led to tho steamboat landing, but sho wasjust too late; the boat had gone. "Whoro shall I go nosv ?" sho asked herself, trying in vain to uominand her whirling thought!, remaps i can riago; my second, 1 trust, will bring tho happiness I havo so long sighed aftoriu vain." "And aro you determined to marry my aunt's nuivory governess?" "If sho will trust tho precious jesvol of hor life to my care." 'Vhj, Trosloy, I think tho brown eyod widow has fairly bewitched you. You, the lofty aristocrat Tho passion less statue of ice you finally, to suc cumb to tho palo faco and solemn oyea of a nursery governess!" ex claimod Wilford, in genuine astonish ment." "I fell you, Wilford," said Trosloy, i n: lusv. vehement tone, that woman mirl ant fluixMi nnrlnr Mm nlflnnder .v- .... I ...... ... ......w. - ....... , r. 'IM.n frnnrht. llOllSO. ! , i. i . ...... .1 .1... I...;.. I'OAd UOIIipnillua. "- ' I OOllgUS. SIIO uuuuucu 111c nnu - ia, ... . .rr Y' "V"v "if.:: , .il, nn nro-ei . is 11 very vnia- , , need e ami nt ted oil a miuiaiuro In 11 1 . .. . "" ""uniy 01 iiyii i ifi-itti muuii",' "0- - - - - . - . - , '"' -vits t Indldinff used for the storage of tlnmblo of chaste gold, a loud duisive Imuvaient S , T ' lunl of dairy produce laugh from the other room rang ,n her uann or fout, aro cntitluil to a lai'EO ,. , 1.1 1. ...... f,.,,, thr , oais. . ,iw, ,..;.! .liiV,,,.,,,,., tlim-A u-n hiitu-u.ii 1 ...... ,1 if l.u , i.wtu mv anit. '.TSL JLi soih-i1 tt-1 h, . ro.il'' reJs,ir-i:'v ..T!r"'rI'r-:';1T L11U " v- ' 1 . 1M11LTLI1 till 1UUL. W II UO UlUtl IliU UNI II , II IMII1IHI ILlliiV li!lV4 HbllK walk to Burghfoid, and then tako tho l)aH ,to.L. ,y mn awaymy whole cars for Nosv York " ljCn,1(, t jwVu j,,.,. ,nw,e tattU Jinnterii Poor Amabel ! Sho soon realized i devotee over loved tho idol of his 57 A fosv Sabbaths since, in a town in tho vicinity of Rochester, a teacher of a Sunday School svns engaged in questioning his pupils upon tho sub jects connected with their previous studios of tho Biblo. At length, turn ing to a young Trishmau, a member of tho oluss, ho asked? What did Adam loso by his full ?" Pat, for a moment was appaionlly in a brown study, but at last his faco brightened ns ho interrogatively re plied: "An' was it his hat, sir ?" Plain Sriir.cn. On a trial for an as sault, ut tho assizes, .sonio years ago, a ...!. :.. 1 meuicai v ..ess, ... um -S ui..uhuu, u j j , j- informod tho court that on examining T ft ho proaeontor, he found hi 11 s. flering . . ifllICMibfI.fl,1? tL briglit buttons of a solitary horsomun, and shot from a knot hole in the hog door and found myself right n'mOng tho girls. "Oh, my leghorn," erie.i, ono. "my doar, darling velvet," cries nnother; and they pitched iu they pulled mo this svtry and that, boxed inj' ears, and ono bright oj-od littlo piece Sal hor nanio svas, jmt hci'nrtn around 1ny nock and kissed mo on tho lip. Hu man nntuio could not bland that, and I gave 'her as good as sho lent. It yvus tho first time I over had a tasto, and it was powerful good. I holiovo I could llavo .kissed that ;gal from Julius Cwsar till tho Fourth' of juiy.' ( ,s ' .' ; "Jack," Says sho, "ivo aro sorry to disturb you, but svon't you soo 'mo homo ?" "Yes, I willi'-said I. I did, too, and had another smack nt tho gate. .. ,k ' After that ivo took to turtle "doving, and both of us sighing Uku d baripj of nosv cider when wo wcio assay from each other. 'Twas in tho close of a glorious summer day tho sun was sitting be hind a distant hog pun tho chickens svoro goiug to roost tho bullfrogs svoro commencing thoir evening, song, native mud- tho pollywogs in their puddles were preparing themselves for tho shades of night, when Sal aud myself sat on au autiquated black log listening to the music of nature, such as tree toads. L'tuntiiiL' iul'S nnd roos ters, which' was svafted to' otir ears by . . . . . , .. - 11 ; is. natun-, and for m-rcn, of eM1 cities, as wen as lor i.. ...... . - ' ;:; , hor head ached violently, nnd linally h - reainiii-MW,!,!!,,, u. i..,'nt here n the ears r me ' ""j """ , . ,; ' "il i.n . IV."'.1 "f.,1;""- "t Dri".ii3 ! dizo biougnt neie in ( flUimlwl,llft,t- ami ,low it is too lato VVy'ZaX I inerl.a..U Hero am, a u ' 'ui hi rv nm 1.,: 1 1 . ..1 r " . . . ii t 1 1 .1 vi'ii 1 tnii. Liioiu Wilford to from a severe contusion of tho integu ments undwr tho left orbit, svith great extravasation of b'ood, and ecchymosis in tho surrounding cellular "tissue, which svas in a '(umefled stnle. There svns also considerable nbrasion of tho cutiolo. Judge. you mean, I suppose, that tho man had a blnck oye ? Wit ness. -Yes. Judge. Then svhy not say so at onco ? To Clean M.siidi.k Spanish whit ing, made into a pustu by being mois tened svith water in which n pioeo of svashiug koda is dissolved, t.pie.ul on : piece of fl u, m l tuul sscll rnbbud upon marble, the process being repeated j tsvo or throe times, is voiy good as a I cleanser. It should be sviishcd off ! with son 11 and svator and tho marble afterwards polished' with a soft duster. ; "'i-vlco. will bo atiin.ir.1 7: S.t Vh li nn.' the yoar "nVSSS"l..,tfroiii the freight house at 1 ' ' " Vu'js' tioualBank Mh 1253 lons of butter, and ! "Wlieie did you pick bur up?" asked tho languid, softly-modulatod volco. "Tu Nosv Orleans--left an orphan at 1 1 lino, leaving nsuney sho puiibod abruptly. m.uvel at Ins lenute. j "Bless your dear heart, Mrs. Trosloy. Mi , ("ami ion ssas silting by the te&- ,y i llu kiugbam l'n.iic tho what aro vou doing hero?" shaded h 'lit of a suftls btuniug lamp, cheinest i's,r creeled? lioe.iu.se it An old woman with a bundlo of with a voiumii upon uoioro nor, inn. svas Umlt tor ono bovcrcign and finish 4ll UUI 1YUIUIUI Ifc UilUVIIU til tlllM , . f sticks on her arm had rUon, ns it ! she svas not reading. Vory tall, but cd for au t'ler. pen full in Sal's face, dyjug hor httir with an oraiige peel hue, and showing off my threadbare coat to a bad ltd- vantage. One of my arms wa?i around Sal's waist sho wns toying with my au burn locks of jet blue; she was al most go.no, nncl I wno ditlo. She looked like a grasshopper dying with tho hiccups, tin i I felt like a inudtur tie. choking to death with a codfish ball. "Sal." saj's I, in a voice ai musical as 11 dying calf, "Will you have me?" Sho turned her oyos heavenward, ami clasped mo by tho light hand, nnd tin attack of the heaves and blind fituggors, and with a sigh that broke shoo btrings she stud: "Yes. my dear Jack," nnd throty hor-sulf in my lap, and I hugged her tilt I bruko mv Misnenders."" i'"'- 'Wd Were married nn,hiv. t'rsbtlbiea Untied.'