VimMONT DAILY rLTRA"NSOI tIPT, J UN'K 20, 186R
"For your sake, Rosa ! I'm vexed for
your pake, my pretty one 1"
"If I had but known yet ho was so
dllTerent In the days when we used to
take those twilight walks, the days be
fore wo were married. My husband a
drunkard! Oh, Aunt Tryphona. I
would conner we were both In our
graves!" , , .
"Don't talk so, pet." murmured Aunt
Trvphosa, taking oil her dim spectacles.
"The Lord knows what's best for us all,
but " , .
"Hush!" ejaculated Ito.-a, springing
toher feel, "I hear the gate click!
"Aunt Tryphosa, he has thought better
of it! he lias comeback !"
No: the slight, fair, almost glrlisii
!!XtS.ffi AUCTION SALE! ! wgowan & brown, faivxxlv grocbrms-
As he spoke, the red lliekering stream I
of light from the moreen curtained win
dow glanced athwart their path. :
"lionie at last " he exclaimed, with,
accent of relief, as aunt Tryphosa'
opened the door.
The lire was blazing brightly, the cat !
was purring contentedly on the burn
ished bricks of the old-fashioned heart h,
and wonder of wondeis Rosa wit by the
table, in the dark brown calico and ,
coquettish silk apron, stitching a nar
row strip of linen.
" ltosal" gasped .icrome, in upi-h
mouth astonlHhnient. "You here V"
Where else should L be, Jerome.
enwieic, wit.n exem-
looklng young fellow in the lieutenant's "Where else slit:
uniform, was not Jerome Fenwick ami demanded Mrs. ho
11 .. i i. i.n i. ,.u mwiM iii i tilnrv cjiiinnesH.
mere wus iiiuutii wi u nl-....-r. v.v.. .... ... , r.iiw.rnn V
the welcoming tear tliat Ko.-a poured j . wu .. . . - . ; v
IlirilllfM' JVIIL I UUUllliiiHI " w -"
out on the breast of the soldier
she had not seen lor three long years.
"Hollo!" oxeltuned Charley Warner ;
"why, I thought you were so happy,
Rosa. And where' my new brother-in-law
"lie he isn't at home," .sobbed out
Kosa. "Oli, (.'barley, I am very, very
"Well, this is a (pieer welcome!"
quoth the lieutenant, sitting down in
front of the blazing chestnut logs, and
drawing Kosa upon Ills knee, "now puss,
tell me all about it and somebody hold
niv bands tiirht. for 1 feci very much
like giving my unknown brother-in-law
a thrashing before 1 know anything of
the merits of the ease."
"Well I reckon it's about time for
me to be niovang !" said Jerome.
Is ow Jerome Fenwick was none the
worse for the frequent libationsin which
he indulged ; at least not in his opinion.
For he had llrmly resolved, on entering
the green baize doors of the "Colum
bian llotel," not to drink too much, and
he fancied he had kept the resolution.
Only to be sure, the sanded lloor did
surge to and fro a little and the great
logs in the chimney changed places with
the door in a most unaccountable man
ner, and the voices around his sounded
now close to his car, now far away, as if
the .speakers were receding into dim dis
tance. Yet Jerome Fenwick, with
very wide open eyes, and a turgid amia
bility upon bis set features, reiterated
himself, "that he was all right as a
"Because you see!" soliloquized Jer
ome, aloud. "I'm a married man and
and duties I owe to society!
hit dpiiii r linnnnan
He caught tho arm of his chair as it
seemed to give a sudden lurch ceiling
ward. "I I guess I'll go back to Kosa !"
In tho same instant a sudden electric
thrill seemed to send the hot blood
back to his heart. Kosa ! yes, it was her
voice speaking in the room beyond.
Her voice and in what words !
"A glass of gin-sling and bo quick
about it. Pshaw! none of your dish
water compounds! make it hot and
"Mrs. Fenwick!" eiaoulatcu mine
host in dismay.
" Yes Mrs. Fenwick what are you
stating at? and I've come, to keep him
company. I'm tired of staying at home
by mysoli. 11 lie's going loniake a reg
ular practice of getting drunk here, why
no may as well uo it in ins wile's com
puny and I'll be drunk too!"
"Yes my dear. Good evening to you
gentlemen," she said, nodding to the
staring assemblage and taking a sip
"Upon my word, this feels warming af
ter the night air. You are right, Jer
ome, It is oettcr than crouching over the
lire at nome. i ou arc right, my dear,
you aro always right, and hereafter I'm
going to louow your example."
"Kosa, are you mad? Come home,
onnu," wnispereu Jerome in an agony
"Another glass, landlord!" ejaculated
tho Amazon, giving Jerome a push with
ner elbow, "i didn't know
niwl In the liossession in v ordinary sen
ses?" exclaimed Jerome Fenwick,
turning to the limp iigure on the kitch
No longer limp, however. It had
suddenly risen up straight and vigorous
as a young nine, and throwing back the
gingham draperies and pink worsted
Hood, stood oeiorc iiiem m me iuiuuum
of a Federal lieutenant.
" At vour service, Mr. Fenwick," said
Charley Warner, with dancing c csand
"Kosa," said Jerome, still bewildered,
" who Is this?"
"it is niv brother, Jerome, my broth
er Charlev," faltered Kosa. " Don't bo
angrv, please, indeed I couldn't slop
him,' he would go and Aunt Tryphosa
" Well, I'm heartly glad it is not my
wife?" said Jerome, extending his
hand. " AVelcome home from the wars,
brother-in-law ; but T question whether
any victory in which you have been
concerned during the three years of your
absence can equal the victory you have
this night gamed."
"Jerome," exclaimed Kosa, " surely
von li.wi! not "
. ii i- in ...1
" lmt no nas, mouiinr- inteiiiw.-uu
Lieutenant Charley, leisurely lighting
n ciir.ir innonir tho smouldering chest
nut timbers. "I bear witness that he
has this nightsolemnly pledged himself
to abstain iorevcrmorc lrom the uoium
bian and all that appertains thereto.
Isn't it to, you friend, that so kindly
held up my head ?"
" well. 1 thought you were rumor
heavv acknowledged Clark TiU'tiny.
"lint no oilence. sir T really don't see
how your head stands those two glasses
Batuudav, Juni: t!0, 1SG8.
The Jou')ial1H correspondent tele
graphs : "Chief Justice Cliaeaiithorizes
denials of accounts of his recent Inter
view with the President, wherein he is
- represented as urging the retention of
Mr. McCulloch as Secretary of the
Treasury, and also that the President
i told him that Mr. Johnson's first choice I
at the Democratic Convention in New
' York was the Chief Justice.'"
I The Utica m says : Mr. Chase's
letter declaring himself not a candidate
for oilice, but averring that it will grati
fy him if the Democrats would go for
universal suil'iagc, reads much like the
old gentleman's advice to his sons :
"Boys, it is very wrong .to go Jlshing
ou Sunday, and is contrary to my or
ders; but you know your father likes
Hon. Daniel 1). Pratt has been nomi
nated by the Kepubllcuns to succeed
The Washington correspondent of the
New York Commercial Advertize?, on
Wednesday, says: 'Chase's political
friends are in consultation with him to
day. A third party with Chase as
candidate for the Presidency is talked
of, in case of his rejection by the Demo
cratic Convention. The Democrats ap
prehend that Mr. Chase cannot poll the
full vote of the party, and this seems to
be the great obstacle to his nomination."
3,000 WORTH OF GOODS
SA DDL lilt Y, OA It 111 A GE,
hi tin' commodious rooms mi r
A. S. Hyde's Store,
MAIN KTlir.KT, ST. ALHANS,
Kwry lny at piivato nalo. ami evening at Aur
lion, until tin- stud; in sold.
The Mibferiber Mill sell hh ahoi indicated, n
huge sloel; uf (lomlw n( Atu-t inn consisting uf
new mill hi eoml-h.ilid
Unrli mm Pants, Vests, Coats, Ac. Also, Urns
nel Carpeting, Oil Clntli, ami Hush Carprlitig.
Alti, n lot ill" fancy Good o! everv dci-eriptinn,
ton numerous to mention. A line lot uf
Wo havo the largest anil best aHwnlod slock of
goods ot every dosoriptlnu, in tho abmo lino, in
Iii! found In the State. Ah ngonts for the largest
lleltinu Kaetoriei, we lieep anupiilyof
LEA TJriJll BELTING
Messrs. Scoiield k Accent,
LAKE STKBET, ST. ALUANS
Ladies' Dress Goods
Slialcr honneK Allranw, Hntlnctts, I.awns,
nml nliout everything' dial jicoplo want, ami
want at their own jaiees.
d-2 1-1 1 Proprietor nml Ailutioiieor.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST,
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF UAllTFOlll), CONN.
ConManlly l.ccp on hand n hvMi in ,
lil.v of tlie heiit
IHI ,L Mip.
Of nil elzeaon hand. Vt'o oiler a full and eoin
lileto nesortniont of
Carriage and Harnc Makers' Supplier,
And are constantly receiving consiKinnentH (if d
xuporior artiole of Oal; and Hemloel' Harness
l.eallipr, ratenl rollnr and Hii-ftet, Oraiii nml
Split Hlditiiif,' and Winl.er. I Ian I and soil D.ihIi,
llnnaineled Oil Top and
UJIA I AT HOOT LEA THE 11.
CAKPETIXG AND OIL CLOTH,
Wliieh we (irt'er at n low eunh tiunre.
rr.oTiiiMiii.vM 3i (tow.vs, ( St. AHians, I.
or.oiioi: w. iiuowN.
ITS ASSETS ARE NEARLY
Flour, Grain, Feed,
Butter, Pork, Fiah,
Ami Indeed .n iinmh Iment eniislsllii.' or ,n li,...u
too llliniuroUH to mention, lmt nil um.li ,im .h.
needed for family use. mid at tho moHt reawonn-
me priecH. Call and e.xanuue oir Htoclt and
pnrcH, and natlnly yiiiirHelves.
. SCOI'IKM) A- VINOKNT.
it. AlhaiiH, May 12. dl-lf
WARD & BURNES,
SB 3 O O O , (3 O O . PjkFsm mi'c ibicf
Dealei H in all! Kinds of
Ah. that's bccaiifc-c I havo been in
tlie arniv." resnonded Lieutenant, War
ner, with charming frankness. "What,
little llosa. crvintr airoinV"
"Jjon't iniiui mo, unanoy ; il s oniy
liofnimn I'm an linmw."
"Happy, eh? AVcli, it isn't my way to
express Happiness," ouservea warner.
" And Aunt Toypnosa is crying, tooi
Well. I've read a good many puzzles in
my day, but a woman is the moat un
accountable of them all."
Lieutenant Warner did.not know that
anon that Hood of tears all Itosu I en-
wick's doubts, fears and mward distres-
Tin-: I'oiiTjAHDH. (3 ur Now York let
ter and telegraphic report on lrui:iy,
treated of thoauthorof'tho Lost cause"
and his amiable wife. The despatch
slated that Grottys against whom Mrs.
rollurd complained had been diMiimsed
from Court, as tho complaint was not
sustained. Tho letter states that Mrs.
Pollard aesorled that she left Pollard, be
cause she louna lie Had anotner m ho,
but re-married him after lie got adivorce;
and that she further accused him of de
serting her. Mr. Pollard denies fa
tally all these assertions of tho lively
and blood-thirsty tigress, and his state
ment awakes a throb ofpity in the heart
of the humane, if they believe him ; and
there is reason to take his statement as
truth. He says :
It is particularly hard to be accused of
"abandoning" my wife, when 1 have
spent on her heartless and pcculiiar ex
travagance more than $15,000 in two
years (all tho fruits of my literary labor)
ana was recently compelled to
NEARLY TWO MILLIONS
AND ('(IX3TAXT1A IXCIIKASlNd.
Amuiii! Dividends, oO Per O.Ht.
Of (lill'elent patterns'.
Gr ROCE R I E S
LAK10 ST., ST. AL1JANS,
l'irst door aluive the St. Alhann House. Keen,
eonstantly on hand a full assortment of
sea were swcpt- away into tno past. &ne absolutelv to her the last vestige of pro-
was crying only nccause sue was nap- ,nrtv Thnvn landed estate in Washiii":-
Sentence of tlie Asciitneirilfe Mur
cood. Try a tasto of i t Jerome ! ' '
"Rosa I command you to conic away."
"Whatfor? Haven't I as much right
hero as any one ? You said you didn't
care whether I came or not and here I
Jerome wiped the drops ofperspira
Won from his brow and upper lip.
"Do not mortify mo thus Rosa," ho
whispered. "Remember these specta
"Well, you've mortilied mo enough
times: audits a poor rule that won't
work both ways. Landlord I think
I'll take "
She paused abruptly. The two glasses
On returning a verdict of "Guilty" in
the case of Alillor, tho Ascutnoyville
murderer, Judge Barrett thus addressed
the prisoner, as wo learn from tho AVood
stock Standard, which has published a
very full report of the trial :
You have been indicted and tried on
a charge of committing one of the most
Heinous murders tnat over norrinca tno
nconle of Vermont. After a thorough
investigation of all the facts and circum
stances material to tho case, and being
dolended bv able counsel, an impartial
it was so jury' in view of all the evidence elicited,
All UH 1'olieies an; on-roi iuiuiii; i mi h- yr -.-j- r.. -r-p -j-- nr
Notes talicn if desired for half of the rreniinin
lor tho iliatfonr years, and in ease of death,
tliuv arunaid bv the Dividends and L'iven Id-tf
ui) and not deducted from the Toliey,
-i i -..I
anil .. . . iiour.
Of all kinds, just received, at
If. LIVINGSTON A SONS.
( 'onsisliiiLr of
The Full Amount of Insurance is Paid.
It has oaid in losac.-i to its roller Holders over
$500,000, and has never contested a chum
(luring the 17 years of its existence. No
extra rremiunia charged for insuring.
ton city, wortn ,uuu or i?,uuu, wnicn
is now ucing oxiricaicu 110111 a (leureu ui
confiscation, but from which, through
an eniraircment with a lawyer, she
while I am absolutely without means
and without employment.
JNot long ago Mrs. I'oiiard raised a
row m JJaltimore about tno improper
conduct of one of her husband's friends
toward her. Now shemakeshcrsclf no
torious in Now Yow. Rctwccn the
"lost cause" and a wife that will not bo
lost Mr. Pollard is in a bad plight. Even
a Presidential pardon wouldn't help
Females, lliwlroad Employees or Seamen
A l'ohcr in tho Piui:nix is piopcrly called a
Whole World Poller. It Hermits the insured to
travel or rei-ido at "will anvwhere in tho United
States or Europe, at any t-ea.-nn of the year,
without extra, charge.
NELSON H. ARMINGTQN, Agent,
For I'lauldin, Grand Isle and Lamoille counties.
U. h. Jl.YliUOUis., Ktaio Agent,
(V22.220-tf Ituthmd, Yt.
THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE!
rpiIK Muhsenhcr oilers for sale to the people of
JL St. Alhaiw, KranUliu County and Vicinity, a
verv well selected stocic oi enoiee
Drugs, Chemicals, Rcsiitoiris &c,
Pcvfumeiies and Fancy Articles generally such
as aro Kept m a lirst class Uity Drug Htoro.
I' A TEXT M EDKJIXES.
II All! l!KST01tEl!H.-Mrs. Allen's, Hall's,
liing s, .Martlia Washington, Webster s, sterl
ings, Jiarrett s, Sliedd s, Jlexican .vo., Sc.
Of all Kinds;
And all sorts ol articles usually kept in husiiiess
of their kind. Highest cash price paid for all
kinds of eountrv Produce.
GIVE US A OAI1I1.
WAltl) .t DUItNKS.
have found you guilty. It now be
comes the duty ot tlie uourt to pro
nounce upon you tho sentence prescrib-
Spkcial Mail Aoent. The Omaha
Jicpubliean says that D. U. Ball, form
erly of Sutton, Vt., (Wo don't know of
ed bylaw. This is a moment of vast Uny Vermont Sutton,) has been appoint-
of fiery liquid were apparently begin
ning to tell on her feminine brain. Her
head fell heavily unon her breast, tho
blue eyes stared steadily into space, and there is a fountain, which, if suitably
her arms fell heavily at her side. addressed, will grant pardon for the
one's gone !" exciaimeci Joe Jiyuo, greatest oiicnces. it is to uo liopea in
importance to you. It is tho fatal mo
ment ol vour lile tlie moment wiilcli
is to seal your fate ; for from what has
been ucvelopetl in tins case you can
Havo no hope ol respito or pardon
Your only resource is to go to that Grace
and that Mercy Avhich man cannot
seek in vain and which the law docs not
extend. It is to Divine Grace that you
must look. You ought to realize that
your sins require the deepest ponitonco
anu tlie most earnest cry lor partion.
Though blood for blood is the require
ment of the law, a requirement which
tho safety of tho community demands,
cd special mail agent for Nebraska,
Colorado and -Dakota. It says further
that Air. liall has boon in tlie mail ser
vice for several years, and is a thorough
ly competent and elllcient officer.
BSyLuscioiiB strawberries now sell in
Philadelphia at ten cents per quart.
In St. Albans, ou tho lGth iust . llariet Paul,
wife ot 11. U. Lovcrm, aged iJ years.
who had watched the crisis with in
"I will trouble you to mind your own
business, sir, if you please," returned
Joromo Fenwick haughtily. Ah, his
nrido was touched to the ouick now
''Clark Tiffany, will you help me carry
my my wifo home ? Sho is quito un-
abio to wane, uoou neavens! tunc i
should livo to seo this day!"
Clark Tiil'any advanced with a sub
dued grin upon his countcnanco, to as
sist his boon companion, uut it was no
easy task they had undertaken. Never
wasso totally limp and helpless u burden
beforo; from the tip of the pink worsted
hood to tho fur edged moccasin there
was no spark of elasticity or animation,
as me two men dragged tneir slow way
over the hard frozen ground.
"Abominiblo I disgraceful!" muttered
Fenwick, wiping his steaming fore
"Just what y
changing tho arm that supported the
your awiul situation you win realize
tho deep significance of the words about
to bo addressed to you, and lay hold ol
tho only bono that is left.
It remains lor nic as tno presiding
Judgo of this Court to pronounco your
sentence. Jt is that, on tho last Priday
of June, 1800, between the hours of
eleven o'clock forenoon and three o'clock
afternoon, you bo hanged by the neck
until you bo dead : and in tho meantime
that you bo confined in solitary confine
ment, in tno Htato prison at Windsor,
in tlie county ol Windsor. And may
God havo mercy on your soul.
The prisoner, who nad stood through
A Superior article, of Graham Flour, for sale
at uio store oi iiAiiiU'.ri iV luiuw
lUU-tr Lake. Street.
TMSSOLUTION of Co-partnership. Meters,
JL Seholiold A. Vincent have this day dissolved
l'artiiersiup. tho uiiauioiis win uo uarneu on uy
J. SchollcUl. All Bums duo will bo imid bv J
Schollcld, and till debts duo tho lato Firm must
no paul witliiu tlnrty daya.
Juno 20 18G3.
"VTOTICK OF KUIZUltH AND BALK. Tho
L following described property was Bcteed
by ofiicers of tho Customs for violation of tho
iievenuo Laws ot Uio United states, via
At St. Albans, Vt., Juno 10, 180S, '15 cords
iiusscu nciiuocii jianc
o.li(l Dl'onertv will bo sold at miblie auction at
tho Custom House. St. Albans on Tuesday 23d
inst:int at 'J nVlni'lr ii.in.
Ul'.U. J. KTAMSAlilJ,
Collector of Gustonm.
Custom House. District of Vermont. Collector's
unico, jJiirimgioH, mm juiio looa,
this impressivo scene a sceno which
made the stoutest heart in tho vast a.S'
sembly tremble Willi awe unspeakable
his countenance wearing an expression
of determined defiance, spoko up boldly,
"2 hut I have alwaus been confined in
ou've done yourson a ior a acca i ncver uonc
remarked Tiflany, referring, undoubtedly, to his close con
unement since being arresiea lor tno rniIK co-partncrsliip existing under the name
crime for which sentence had been pro- X of llitchins A Fcmiof U this day Ussoived.
nounced. lie was removed by tno snor- ah aunts win no nniu ny litteiiius, ami an sumb
ill, and after visiting Cuslung's haloon
for tho nurnose of having his nhoto-
irranh taken, was- placed in Irons and
taken to tho States Prison at Windsor.
Thus closed tho last act but one iuono
of tho most horrible and bloody trage
dies over enacted In this country.
leaden shoulders. " Jupiter ! who'd sup
pose a woman could bo so heavy ."
".M.y6oii ! ut course l have more
shame to me !" retorted Fenwick. "Hut
a woman and my wife!"
"I don't know that its any worse for a
u-iimnn Hum n mini." kji1(1 TH limv "nn-
Iv its not customary."
"One thintr is certain." resumed Fen
wick after a moment's silence, and his
tone was full of deep earnestness ; "after
this night's work, I will cut oil my
right hand boioro 1 will re-enter
due tho llrm must bo paid to tho samo.
SACK COATS FOll SPUING, go to
VM. N. H.MIT1I A CO'S.
would trivo this notice
W friends and patrons, that on and after tho
1st day ot .iinic. isus, we sliall bcU our goods
Such as nure siiicea. Cream Tartar, Soda, Mus
In our foiiner tavdi Soans, I'liivonng lixtracts, luinna, Lorn
Ktnvi. i V lenlen Hills. ,Vi'
Starch, Wheaten Grits,
I'rescrijitions Carefntti 1'rejKired
And DruuuiMtb' and Plivsicians' orders solicited.
This store will not bo undersold by any on goods
of the samo quality, but will mistain, at all
events, its reputation for cheapness and reha
bilitv. and in all cases wo shall bo hannv to re-
i. ii,.. i mi ii ui nmnr irml ii'.nf mi tlmm Ullli
f rl L U U I f ' U III nroner care and attention.
W I I 1 I S V- I . . Dr. A. M. Plant, lato of Jlilton, will bo pleased
In riweivn an ins tru'inlH anil ncnuaiutanecs.
llavniL' nail suiucicnt experience in mo creou
system of doing business, wo havo concluded to
mako a change, and try tho Cash System bo-
1 eviii" that wo can bcll.our goods cneaper nv
ndoutniL' such a mlo Although a novelty in St.
Albans, wo aro determined to try tho plan. Wo
havo ou hand a large btocK oi
ST. ALBANS LIQUOR AGENCY.
Puro Liquors constantly on hand for Medicinal
READY MADE CLOTHING
S. It. DAY, Agent.
Which under this plan wo will agree to sell 1
per I'l-nt lest than any other llrm in town that
do business on tho credit system.
Tal;o notico and govern yourself accordingly.
viioi.r.s.u.i: and ur.T.ui. ii;.u,i:i! in
SMITH 6c FOSTER,
ST O . 2 ,
DA II K O W
St. Albans, Vt.
ASiLHESI. S. HYDE,
DHAI.lUi IN AI.Ii KINDS 01'
First Class Groceries ! !
DAltKOW I5LOC1C, ST. AL11ANS, VT.
Consisting in part of
BLOCK. LAKE ST.
NEW LADIES STORE,
Opposite Store of Saxe A' Place in building
formerly occupied by S. S. A J. A. licdard. La
dies will find here a complete and choice iiHsorl-
mcni oi I'ancy ury goods jusi received iroiii
market, such as
Fringes all colors,
Fans, a rich lot.
Valencienes and Thread Lace
A nice line of French Cavnbries and Fancy
Lawns. A new Kid Glove which surpasses any
thing yet brought into this market, and war-
ranted. All ot wlncli win uo Hold at reasoiuiuio
prices, i.auics win nun n to tneir aavani.igo 10
call and examine for themselves.
Dross and Cloak making in all its varieties
under tho skillful supervision of Miss Lllcn
Moore, long and favorably known to tho inhabi
tants of this village and vicinity.
Agent for WILCOX A GIllll'S Sewing Machines.
1-d-lb L. P. Kimiton.
S. S. & J. A. BE DA Rl)
Tuko pleasure in saying to their patrons and
iriemis mat tney uavo removed ineir piuco i
&e, , it'C.
Morton & Percy's,
lMPitoi'intTiics of Dkkss. A contcni-
uorary nays : "'J'lic roiio is 11111111111; a
IILVVU bought Mr. J. II. Leonard's interoht
in tho lirm of Leonard liraiuerd A Co. 'and
will continue tho business at tho old btaud where
I shall bo glad to seo old friends mid many now
cues. All accounts duo Leonard, liraiuerd A Co.
that crusallo upon tho the improprieties of will lo hoi tied by uio and niu,t bo paid ininiodl
k my dresd. nml, wo learn, lava tho bliuno on "J it. iiiiainuhd.
tno snouiuertj 01 1110 liuues. 1110 rouu
Blconlly Is at fault. "Wo havo examined tho
last glass of liquor ?"
"I'lint tlint'H not,
muttered tho burden. Just when l'vo shoulders of tho ladies,
begun to enjoy myselt! It 1 say H's not lounu nnytning more."
A smothered groan escaped from Fen
"Beforo heaven I register the vow I"
St. Alluus, May I), lbtiS.
and hav'n't mitlCOr Panta and VoHt at
WJI, N. SMl'iMACO'S.
BJrllavo j'ou seen Prangs Chromo?
'Old Oaken Bucket," "Falconor and
Bride," at II. Livingston & Sons,
ITMIlt SPUING OVKllCO.VTS UF ALL KINDS,
2 goJp WM. N. SMITH A CP'S.
CO'8 for Gray'a
Patent Moulded Collar.
PIYOT ACTION BRACE !
A superior Suspender for Skirts or Panta 1 An
nneiiualcd brace for tho Shoulders. Alwaya a
Huspendor. A braco'or not at pleasure It&
Binipliltv, durability, easo and convonienco
r-ninmciiil U to ovorvLadr. Gontlemaii. or Youth.
Examino for voursolf, and bo convinced that all
horein atatcd is true. Prices, 75 eenta, il 00,
n 25, U 50. ld-tf
St. Albans, May 1L 1803.
North of tia
d3-tf Yhoro thin havo on hand a largo assortment of
THE ST. AiBANS BRIGADE BAND
Aro prepared to furnish music for
And on oilier occasions where Hand and String
Musio is veiuiired.
Orders addressed to
GEORG-E E. KINSLEY,
W . H . SMITH,
At tho Treinont Houso, will receivo prompt at
7lt. CLA1UC luis,icmoved to t'outh Main
U Street. Olllco at Ida rchlde
St. Albans, Yt., May. 2, 18CC
BLACK DltKSS SUITS OF KYKltY KIND AT
WM. N. SMITH A CP'S.
APS FOll SPltu JUST 11EOF.1VKD AT
WM. ti. SMITH .t CO'H.
KNOIHIY Sfylea of Spring Hats and Capa
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
BLANKETS AND WHIPS.
Also, a general assortment of
Our motto is "Largo Salea and Small Profits,"
Those in want of goods in our lino will do well
to call and examine our stock beforo purchasing,
PANTS and Vest, all kinds, at
WM. N. SMITH .V COU
TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for nil Minis
JWICOT Jaekots at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
IVKttY Stylo of Frock-Coata at
ii WM. N. SMITH Si CO'S,
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