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Vol. I. Vermont Daily Transcript, ruisLisiiKD kacii iivi:xixa. Jlec in llimivs? Mock, Lake St., St. Albaim, 17. WILBUR P. DAVIS, Prop'u. WiLiit'ii P. Davis, ,,iv Almost Baiikhs, Ldl(0s- terms: Tor venr, in advance, Nj.OO .Ui-r i.ir.iiH.u lii iwlvfltirn 4.UU Idhroo mouths, in advance, 2.00 ' f in, iniintli in advance 'J Vdvcrtianiiclits should ho handed In as early as tliu nioitiliij,' df the day r their intended tiuh . cation. BUSINESS CARDS. jT YRN1W A CROWLKY Dealers in Groceries "II 11 I") and West India Goods of every description, .Harms' New Block, LaUo tiect, Nt. Albans cr- nont. 215-tf VV f'liiiiiMllorat Law and Solicitor in C'han- ruy. Ollico with II H. ltoyce, Rraiucrd Block, it. Albans, Vt. aiu-iy rtAll.KV. IIAVIS .fc ADA. IIS. fniTXSH I Lf OltS VT LAW and Solicitors in Chancery. .l(Jlllce in I nion Mock, St. Albans, Vt. U7-tJ i'JASA It. 1IA11.UT. 1'AltK DAVIS, II. C. ADAMS. H JUIllHIillUll IV OU.IO, ItVtll, 1 til "liiv. ttX. lurnituro, Children Carriages, Collins, aouets, Pictures and Picture Frames, Wall Pa- M'..:.i.... -.. ui in,... w vt rju.if rrx , IU1 V'l" 'nv 5. .'wt,, ,l,.nl., ... f.l,i,,, I lui . I, iiiiiu , oiidinc IV,. .. ... .iiuan-i ... i .-. r-l.AIslMM.T. A liATOM. AltornevH at haw. Tl 1 null Solieitors in Chancery. CunibridKc. Vt. I, 'HA B. IlUMMIKLI., WM. V. I1ATON. Ltj " mull ' ... - l I IIM l IIVIII.' II.... I.... ... i.ll I. filler.. g K. raiuiiy iiroconcs, jj;iiiu jjiuui, ni. ai' ans, Vermo t. 2011 JII . A1..1.J....., iii,iuj,tii null t.ui- J coon, tirauuatis 01 mo university ni cr. iiml. Olliee: 1'iiiilicld htreet. over Messrs- i...-,nv. s,i..m.:.... it n7-i,. Bk.vkia hii.sua, Attorneys at i.aiv, and Solicitors in Chancery. OIHco in No , li 8 New Block, St. Albans Vt. Attend Courts ru'arly in Franklin, Orleans, and Lamoille untitles. l.V.I-tt li.Vl'UN it WII.SO.V, Attoinevs at Law, , .,1: :i :.. .-, r.'iv. v.. f II. ( . 111NTOS, W. 1). WILSON. J I I. 31 N. II I;: . T I K T. Otlice in the J. KINGMAN BLOCK, Main St., opposite the Jiit;rif,''iti'nal Church. 1-tf. ?.TTT IS. 31' OWA, DJ3NTIST.OMco -'it? our v eau ami unruii uiuj sioie, I . . ... 8 - I.dll AT LAW. Also. A-'ent lor Ills! ith.t insurance uoinpuinus, ami lor ouiaiuiu ilditia pay, Ac. ( omcc over Wcelis' store. 1-tf A. SOWliES, Attorney and Coiinsollor at Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Ollico over rt National l!anl, St. Albans, Vt. P. S. Will attend to Collections, and prosecute i ma against tho United States lor Arrears of , or Dountv to Soldiers, Widow's and Invalid's ! ..',.. .ill hmoiih. .ve.. ,ve. o-ii Ifll.VltUSO.N'S PICTimU CSAM.IillV, V .Main, opposite lianu Sticet, St. Albans, ., (L'p stairs.) Open all hours of tho day, 'Hunting s e.eepieu.; in uiu ouosi M(iun in jnu- ii res made nt this Gallery. Albums and 1'ic- , re ! rallies, Stereoscopic ami earn l'icturcs 01 rinont Scenerv, all at low juices. Call early ulolttn. T. G. ..lCllAHDSON, l.i7-tl. Proprietor. 1 H()lt(.i; V. IIOUCSIITU.V, Attorney and 'T Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in Ch n- .... ci til....... v...........t nili. H...M. tl,.. Ii.,u.. j ia,, 4i iiii.iiiia, ,i;i.iivJiit. vyiii.. iiv... ii.y a u.it- uce, ami residence on wenioii bireei. jAlso, United States Coiuuiissioncr, Connnis- Minn' nf llni.il Inr Hill Klilti'Miit New VnfK. ' iissaclmsetta, ami other States, llu will give ompt attention to all professional businoss , th which ho may 'jo entrusted. iJSt. Albans. Nov. 1, 18151. tl .-.mi :iiiil V in-.,. .,.,.! i...... , Uoods of every ! scnpiion, lor Hteam, waier, ami ga d lo.-Us repaired, and kovs lilted, ,Vc, ' J .lll,,u V( 1 ;ih. Guns .Mi. ...udiia. i 173-ly rA3iESSTOXE, tiUUCiSlt, Kingman Ulock .Main Street, St. Albans. Vt. 11(5 ItHOTlIKKS, lltON MEP. UjI CHANTS. ' alcrs m Nails, Glass, Oils, Paints, Agnail- "ni Tools, which wo offer at a low cash llguic. Corner Lakn and Main streets. ."3t. Albans, M.arch 1U, 1801. 1-tf iKKUERT HRA1XHUU. dealer in Fore mil and domestic Dry Goods. Hoots and , oca lanKeu Notions, corner of Main and Jlank octs, St. Albans, Vt. 103 , ',111 V11W5S WV3IA.V, dealer in Pino Watch- l,j es, i. ioci:s anil Jewelry, sterl ng Silver imp 1Li.. n'....t. ii : - i i, i.i . IU1 11 UL'II 111L1I!. 1' .iiii:v IIIIII1IN II CI IIIII VII- l. ,taii;ii ihi-iau anil luilfil il llj. cil. Iljans, Vt. 103 ;;.liAi.VEltlJt SPEAK, dealers in Fancy Sssiiuercs, Cobcrgs, Ac. 117. A. J. 1I1IA1.1.1I11. II.UVUl.. 11. flllj.JW South Stain Street, St. Albans, Vt. r lr v. post & CO., dealers in Dry Goods Ull - mill i.llflll'n lilllllK. ("inn. firii.u firiur ill V ifTTi and Fairlield Streets, St, Albans, Vt. 117 ' U. U. COST, I.. JANUS, i .dlCntCAN I10USK, Itichford. Vt., Jerry 15. i. Sweatland Proprietor. This llouso is locat Sn tho centre of tho village, near tho Custom use. Post-Ollico and Millw. Kill-lv I'f, f rTT.l . X- R.M.'miSn ,OIriinvs ll .ir n.wl Solicitors in Cliancen. Ollico. Lake S!treet Albans Vt. d52w2J4-tf. .1.1111.1. tt.A. Mdi'min DO 22 f i k A V 1 li O It A W !' O li V, liook Ulnacr and 1.1' lllank llook Manufacturer, ingman Block, St. Albans, Vt, i. jk iiindmg in every stylo from thoeheapsist i .tho most costly, niii all done in a thorough ii liner. )cc. 20 1807 laCtnO r IKA3I PlEltCK, 111 l'llOl'llIUTOll Of TUB -1 d M E K 1 LI A N H O Tl S K ! HT. A'U'.ANS, VT. SI. PIEltCE Clv.uk. iieiiiovecl. 1 It. ti.S. CLAItK has removed to Touth Slain Street. Ollico at his reside Albans, St.. Slay. 2. 1H.C HORACE P. HALL, M. D. (Lato of tho Army, Ac.,) 1.. ii..r.i ill... ... .....1 i. '.l w,,iiiiv, I.' . , . i.tumta ..ii,, in.,., iu luiiiitt i. ior uiu present ut mo American Hotel. I u-ticiilur attention paid to Op- l eiaiivo aiiiKury. io'j-jy lAPEIt and Linou Cuffs, a largo assortment Bt WM. N . SU1TU A CO D. ST. ALBAJSrS, VT., MOISf D TTRU3IO.VT t'EXTllAI. AXD S til. 1.1 VAX V lt.ULHOADS. SUIHL1ER ARRANGEMENT. Commoiicina Bopt. 14. 1803. TltAlNS OOINO SOUTH ASB KAST Leave St. Albans at G.2.t. m., 12.00 noon, and 8.00 . in. Stall Train loaves llouso's Po nt at 4:10 n. in., receives passengers from Ogdenshurgh It. It., and connects at Whito Itiver Junction and Bel low Falls with trains for Boston, Worcester, Springlleld, and with trains on PasBiinipsic It. It.. ariivcH nt New York nt 10.15 p. m. Buy Express leaves Stontreal at 8j40. m., St. Johns at 10:00 a. m., Ogdenshurgh at 5'30 a. in., House's Point nt 10:45 n. m., for Boston, Ac., ar- l-ivinir in ltimtnn. vln. Lowell nt 10:30 U. in. Xiglit Express leaves Ogdenshurgh at 1.00 p. in., Montreal at :t:30 p. m., Bouse's Point at G.35 p. in., St. Johns at 5:00 p. in., aniving at Boston nt 8.40 a. in., connecting nt Bellows Falls with Cheshire Itoad for Boston and Worcester and with Vermont Valley ltailroad for Springlleld, Ac, and atriviiu: in New York at 12.30 p. m. TIIAINS (lOI.Na NOUTIt AMI) WKST. Leave St. Albans for Montreal at (1:10 a. m., and (i::i5p. m. For ltouso's Point, Ogdenshurgh and tho West nt 0:05 and 11:0 J a. m., and (1.3J p. m. Day Express leaven Boston via. Lowell 8.0J n m. lor Burlington, St. Albans. SIontru.il. Ac arriving at Montreal at 10:0.) p. m., Ogdenshurgh at 12:!!0 a. in., making close connection with the train for the West. Stail Train leaves Boston via Lowell, at 7:0) a. m.. via Lawrencu and Fitchhuri; at 7.30 a.m.. Springfield at 7:15 a. in,, for Burlington, ami St. Albans. The trains leaving Boston via. Fitchburg at 7:3(1 a. m., and Springlleld nt 7:15 n. in., connect at White Itiver Junction with the Lay Express train. Accommodation Trail' leaves Northlleld at 7:15 a. m., lor Burlington, Hut land, St. Albans, House's Point, Ogendesburgh, Ac. Night Express leaves Bellows Falls at 10.00 p, a.., receiving passengers from Vermont Valley liailroad, leaving New York at 12.15 p. in., and from Cheshire ltailroad, leaving Boston at 5:30 p. in., connecting at White Itiver Junction with train leaving Boston nt 5:0!) p. in., for Burling ton, House's Point, Stontreal and Ogdensburgli, connecting with steaincra andGrand Trunk Trains for thoWest. Sleeping cars aro attached to both tho nighl Express trains running between St. Albans am Boston, and St. Albans and Springlleld. Through tickets for Chicago and the West for sale at the principal stations. G. SIEKIULL, Sup. St. Alums. Sept. 14, 1808. EUTI4 VXD AXD ItUHI.lXGTON AND VT VALLEY ItAILHOAD. On and after Dec. 2d, 18G7, trains will nil as follows, viz : MOVING ROCT1I AND r.AST. Leave- Bm".igton at 8:30 a. in., 1:35 n. ni. 3:3f 0;45 p. 111. Arrive at ltutland at 11:25 a. m., 4:11 p. 111. 8:U0 a. ni. 12.50 a. 111. Leave ltutland at 4:00 a. ni., 12:00 in. Arriv Bellows Falls nt 7:40 and 2:20 p.m., A 3:25 a. m. Leave Bellows Falls at 7.50 a. in., 2:23 p. m. 3:30 a 111. Arrive at Brattlehoro' at 8:50 a. m.. 3:20 p. m., 4:27 a. m. MOVING NORTH AND V1T. Leave Brattleboro' nt 11:00 . m., 4:15 A 9:00 p. 111. Arrive at Bellows Falls nt 12:00 h. m., and 5:10 ami 0:55 p. m. Leave Bellows Falls at 12.35 p. 111., 5:45 p. 111. 10.00 p. 111. Arrivo at ltutland at 3:10 p. m., 0:00 p. m. 12:35 a. in. Leave ltutland at 0.00 a. m., 1.20 p. m.. 3.20 p. 111. 1:30 a. 111. Arrivo nt Burlington nt 0:4j a. 111., p. m., anil u.lo p. 111. l.lo a. m. TltAlNS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS : ttw At Burlington witli Boats on Lako Cham plain and Vermont Central and Vermont mid Canada Bailroads, for Montpclicr, St. Albans, House s l'ouit, Montreal, ogitenauurgli, anil the West. At ltutland with trains for Troy", Albmy and Now York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady, and the West. At Bellows Falls with trains on Cheshire ltailroad for Fitchburgh, Worcester, Lowell, and Boston. With Vt. Valley ltailroad, for Brattlehoro', Springfield, Hartford, Now Ha ven, ami rew iori aim witn suiuvan iiaiirontl for Windsor, White Itiver Junction, Wells Itiver. St. Johnshury, Newport, Littleton, and tho mine luoiiuiaius. Passengers for the West will find this a chcao. pleasant, and expeditious route. FOB TICKETS, and all necessary information, enquire at the Oftices on tho lino. W-tt. UliU. A. MLlUULLj, SUPt. J-OltTIIEUX KAIIiltOAD. WINTER AIUIANUKMEN r-1864-5. On and after Monday, Nov. 14, 18G1, Passenger Trains will run as follows : CPWAKD TIIAINS. Day Express Train loaves Concord a 9.35 a. in., tor Whito Itiver Junction, connecting with trains for Slontpelier, Burlington, House's Point, Slontreai, Ac, and with Ogdenshurgh and Grand Trunk Bailroads, for tho West. Slail Train leaves Concord at 10.45 a. m., for Whito Itiver Junction, connecting with train for Wells Itiver, St. Johnshury, Barton, Newport, Willoughby and SIngog Lakes, Staiistcnd, Bath, Littleton, and Lancaster; also, with trains for Slontpelier, Burlington, St. Albans, House's Point, Slontrela, Ogdenshurgh, and tho West. Bristol Train leaves Concord at 3.30 p. ni., for Franklin and Bristol. Evening Express Train leaves Concord at 8.1! p. in., for White Hiver Junction, connecting with trains lor Slontpelier, Burlington, St. Albans, House's Point, Stontreal, Ogdoushurgh, and the West. Or 011 arrival of trains from Boaton.Worcester, Portsmouth, Portland, Ao. nOWNAVAKD TRAINS. Morning; Express Tram leaves Whito Hivci Junction tor Concord at 1.15 a. in., or on nrrival of train from Ogdunsburgh and Montreal. On .Holidays at o. instead 01 1.10. Bristol Train leaves Bristol for Concord nt S a.m., and Franklin at 0.12 a. in. Slail Train leaves Whito Hiver Junction for Concord at 12.15 p. 111., or on nrrival of trains over tho Vermont Central, Passumpsic, and ti'i.n.. At.........:.... 1,11. i . itjiuu .uuiuuuiiin iiuiuuuui. Day Express Train leaves. Whito Hiver Junc tion nt l.oS I). 111.. or oil arrival of truins from Slontreai ami Oi-'dciishurgli, Brattlehoro', Keene, Bellows Falls, .Windsor, Ac, connecting at Con cord with train for SInnchester, Nashua, Jowcll ami Jioston. These trams connect at Concord with trains tor Slanclieator. Liwcnco, Portsmouth, Port, land, Nashua, Worcester. Now York. Lowell, uiu1 Boston. ONSLOW STE.UtNS, Agent. XT Tl XT.... in ui'l ... . WU111.1J1 ii. ii. ix. .int. 11, lauii W-tf. NEW STAGE ARRANGEMENT. ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1863, an extra FOUR-HORSE COACH Will run from St. Albans to Sheldon, as fol lows : Leavo St. Albans every day at 2 o'clock p. in. Arrive nt Sheldon nt 4 (clock p, in. Leavo Sheldon at 8 o'clock a. in. Arrivo at St. Albans at 10 o'clock n. in. II. JENNISON, Tropriotor. St. Albans. Slay 25th, 1SC8. dl5-tf CLOTHING, Clothing for Spring at WM. N. SMITH &, CO'S. CLOTIIBKa STORE -ON- LAKE STREET. MORTON & PERCY! Hating bought of G. W. Blodgctt LU new and entire stock of CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ' HATS AND CAPS, HOOTS AND SHOJiS Feel satisfied in saying to the public that they can Mill goods as low as can ho bought in Krnnk- ii 1 1 county, ah wo ask is to nave customers come in, and salitfy themselves, boforo pur chasing elsewhere. SVo have, and aro receiving, all the now styles from market, consisting of READY MADE CLOTHING, FUHNISHIN'G GOODS, LINEN AND PArEB COLLLAltS Of oiidlof.s variotios, and a largo and well seloctod Stock of Boots and Shoes, Rubber Co ate and Eoot3, Which wo will sell low for cash. We have tho largest assortment of HATS AVm CA9B To bo found in Northern Vermont. If you don't brlievo it, call and see for yourselves. Our Clothing is Now and Desirable, consisting of SPUING OVEH SACKS, srniNG SUITS, BLACK THICOr SUITS, SUITS, LIGHT FANCY COLOKED CASSIMERE - PANTS PANTS AND AND VESTS, VESTS, LINEN LINEN VESTS, PANTS, CUFlifl, TIES, AND BUTTON8. Boys' and Youths' Clothing Wo have a few Winter Over Coats left, that wo will sell at a big discount from cost, for cash. Boinemher the place, Two doors West of the American House, Lako Streot. MOltTON A PEHOY. Henbv G. SIoiiton. Albeiit N. Peucy. Id-tf Formerly with Wm. N. Emith A Co IKSUllAXCE.The undersigned will tako risks for either of tho following first clasu Insuranco Companies: Home Insurance Company OF NEW HAV12N Capitol Stock, 81,000,000. International of York. CAPITAL, $l,OQO,C00. Fire an'! Muriuo of Springfield. Capital Stook, 8500,000. National Insurance Company, Boston. Insure against Firo and Slariuo Bisks. Not ex ceeding tS0,000 on any one I'.isk. Each of tho ubovo amounts of Stock t"ld In. M. BUCK, Agent, Offico over Weeks' store, St. Albans, Vt. Nov. let, 18G0. u-tf, THE ST. ALBANS BRIGADE BAND Arc prepared to furnish munic for FIREMEN nnil MILITARY PARADES, PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, DANCES, And on other occasions wliera Band and String Sliibic is required. Orders addressed to GEOBGrE E. KINSLEY, on to W . H . SMITH, At tho Tremont Houso, will reccivo prompt at tention. 14-tf G. B. SMITH, Rotail Dealer in. HATS, CAPS, & runs, Uuffalo and Fancy Sleigh Robes, Fur OrorcoaU, Ladios' Drets Furo, Fur and Buck Qlov llittens, Umbrellas, &c, to. Also agont for Grover and Dakar' Sewing Macliino, Monitor Block, Lako Street, St. AlLinns, Vt, CASH PAID FOR SHIPPING FURS. 107-tX GILBERT B. SMTH. AY SEPTEMBER 21, 186S. gOMETHING NEAT AND NEW I I IT ST. ALBAIf ?. The Dru'j Store oa Lake Street, -MPT BY The tuidcraicncd havinc nicolv fitted m tho store in the American House Ulock. on Lakn St., and stocked it with a ohoico assortment of DRUGS AND MEDICINES ! Respectfully solicit a sharo of tho patronage of this community, feeling sure that tlicy can give satisfaction in good and prices. Our stock consists of DRUGS. CHEMICALS. PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, TOILET . ARTCLES, DVLS, AC. oun iToc or Is comploto, consisting in all tho approved ya rioties, and our goueral htouk incluucs all goodn UKually kept in a atoro or this kind. Headquar ters for thu A. B. A. BITTERS, Ono of the best Spring Modicitjos in tlie mar ket. Physicians ordars solioitod, aiid cnrefully and promptly tilled. In quality and prico wo guaranlca to satisfy all who fp.vor with their patronage. Store opon on Sundays at noon, for (applying necoHtrry medicines. SR. 2TZOHOZ.S Is a practioinj; Physician in regular stunding, and will attend to all profeasional calls. Eo inoinbor tho plane, under the American Hou.e, Lake Street, St. Alban. dl-tr OREEN .V NICHOLS. Doalors in alll kinds of GROCERIES LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, First door above tho t. Albanc Houao, kaop constantly on baud a full assortment of Conaiehng of Flour, Meal, Provcndor, Bhorts And Food Of allkinda; Pork, Finn, Hame, Sugar, Teas, Lard, fresh Butter And all sorts of article usually kept in bnainess of thoir kind. Highest cash price paid for all kinds of country l'roduce. dl-tf WARD & BURNER. Opnonite Store of Saxs A Place in linllitiiir formerly occupied by 11. H. A J. A. Bodard. La dicH will Hud hero a coraplote and choice assort- mum 01 riinoy ury goous lUbi received nom market, such aa Laces, Fringes all colors, Eclcinga, Inrertions. lIUElillS, LawnG, Collar?,, Cufla VaUs, Fano, a rich lot. iValoncieuee and Thread Lace Collars. A. nice lino of French Cambrics and Tanoy ! Lavrns. Aiiev Kid (Jlore which snrpaisea 'y I thing yet brought into this market, unci tror .muted. All of which -aill be sold at reasonable I prices. LadidH will ibid it to their advantage to 1 call and exaniino for .thomieWeii. 1 Irene and Cloak making in all us ranetlea under the skillful irncrrision of !Iis Elloii Moore, long and farm-ably knor.n to the inhabi tants of thin villagn and vicinitv. Agent for WILCOX A GlEIl'8 dewier Machlnee. 1-a-tb L. 1'. KmrtoN, S AOS CO.VT3 0R 8PIUKO, ko to IT. f, WKlttl cu a. Eliliu IL Huntington, SUCCKSHOn TO A. II. MUNYAN, 4 S1W attention to the following partial list of ..I.I.I. , it, 1 , . . Ajk. m wiuica, wjiiuu i iii sun at toe lowest rate AMERICAN WATCHES. Howard, Tremoi t, Millroso, and all tho differ ent gruues oi aitliam, 6tlou.1l, and Unit ed States Co's Watches. A largo assort ment of Gold and Silver American Ouecs, of the best styles. Also, Gold and Silver Swiss Watches. LadieV Gold Hunting Watches, American and or, i.jn xmi laion an i Dost patterns of Gold, l'latod and Silver Chains, Fine Gold and Plated Jowolry of all descriptions. A Hplondid assortment of Ladies' WJTSH GOI.D SETS, Etrngcati, Coral, Garnet, Ac, Ac. Gentlemoiis' l'uiw, Matonic Pins and Rings. Diamond, j-.iiiuwii'i, jinny, jiiiiuuivsie, i-eari anil Garnet Hnger Rings, 18 Kt. Plain Rings, Gold Drwolcts, Silver Plated Spoons and Forks, Extra and Treblo Plato. Tea sets. CaatorB, Cake LRm:if, vases, .(c.t ivc. uoin silver Spoons, Thimbles, .Vc. A very largo stock of Gold and Steel Spectacles, every pair sold warranted to suit. Pocket Knives, Hhcars mid Scissors or the 1st quality. Fishing Tackle. itno i,,iii iiuv iu uay now niyius oi .Tl,-I.1, V HI1,'., h,l 1l.t...l T .!!, , , J . buu j. iftitu null-, lllliuil 1 mil sell at tho lowest market rates. r watch repairing and engraving done promptly. id-tf. FULTON MARKET, E. C. GAL.LAR, Proprietor. havc recently refitted my market, which is supplied with the boat of Villi, Trlpo, and Hi-led and Binokcd Beef. AND ALL Table Delicacies of the Season ! Now on hand, a nice lot of SUGAR CURED HAMS FRESH PISH. HALIBUT, MACKEREL, COD, CUSP and HADDOCK. 5d-tf Sit. Albans, May 15, 18CS. .esires admiration. To he admired, thev m 11 n t tinvf !scss Boaiity and Intelligence". Most evory ono has intelligence, and AXaTi OAK BX BBATJTirUI. By using the PAPIHAW I.OT1AN, tho latest and most wonderful of all the cosmetics. By iti. . u HUM .i.naiw w.u ICIUUIVU, L ii U n 1 Hi becomes clean and transparent, and tho cheek rosoato with tho huo of youth. Tho Paphian Lotion can be found at THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE I And alao amostcomnWn nsn,-(nir.nt nf all tnl. let articles. Tho now and fragrant Flor d . and the delicious wood Violet, and ah other choice and fragrant perfumes. atAXR, 3Il73E0IfO3 jfUKTO BVE8 : Puff and Powdnr Unvpn. rv.l.w.rw.o T.lt Toeth washes and l'owders. llr'uahes: such kh iiair, -room, sail, infant, Ac, Ac. Call and see tho beautiful necessities and lux uries for the toilet oven if you do not wish to buy JTJBT H3C23ZVJ3D As full a stock of pure Drug as can bo found in !!ie,i!eil'Venno,ltitl'Bttlii!r with Resiuoids. l'luid Extracts, and all articles required in t Physicians or doniestio practice. Warranted pnro and of firtt oualitv. Thin utnrn will ln mi. dermoid by nono in St. Albana. TVusaea, Shouldor Braces, Supportors, Ac, A., .j mint nt a wuu jujfuiaieii Druj Store. S. R. DAY, AGENT. St. Albans. Vt. June. 18C8. dl-tf Morton & Percy's, THE PIVOT ACTION BRACE ! A superior Suspender for Skirts or Pants 1 An lintqualed brace for tho Shoulders. Always a tlurpmuUr. A brace or not at pleasure. Itt. tilmplioity, durability, oaae anil convenience conimundlt to over Lady, Gentleman, or Youth. Kxamldo for yourself, ami bo convinced that all heroin ttated is hue. Fricea, 70 ccuta, 1100, 1125. U60. Id-tf SUAKESPERE Collars, of ull kinds at WM. N. SMITH A CO'fl. II ATS TOR EOYS J CAPS FOR BOY3 AT WJI. A, bill I'll A CUU, K0. 112. Reminiscence and Character of Mrs. Fantlcrbilt. Mrs. Vanderbllt, wife of Cominodoro Vnnilerbilt, died last week. AVc find in an obituary of her tho followin-r inci dent and character Hliowing that Vand erbllt had n good partner in life, and that to her intluenco probably was du o much of his buccosb. Somewhere about 00 years ago Corne lius Vanderbllt commenced lif by run ning n "perlanger" between Statcn Is land and Now York. During the day he plied his vocation, nnd whenever his duties permitted, visited liis second cousin, Miss Sophie Johnson, then n young and comely girl of 10, who also lived on tho Island. Perhaps it was tl o outburst of his llrst lovo that made tho young sailor so ambitious, and inspired him with the enterprise he lias always exhibited. Certain it is, however, tiat tho cousins married, and old folks who knew them then, speak with delightof tho handsome pair, for they were ad mitted to bo the comcliest couple Statcn Island has over produced. It is uneces sary to trace tho Commodore from tho time ho was a ferryman, until ho was promoted, or more properly, promoted himself, to the responsible position of Cnntnitl nf fi Rtenmhrint wli lr.1, ,,Hiwl tween New York and New Brunswick, ja.j. ai vnejaiter place, however, ho was nroiiritnr of n. lwirnl nf. t 1 nli nno. A " - " " v . 1140- scngers from New York to Philadeljihia used to take meals, and occuHionnllv n night's rest. It was n kind nf 1. nlf-wnv house. His wife superintended tho ho tel while ho was etiiniri'd In lilu nnllvn aquatic vocation. One evening he ar rived irom New York, and while sitting at supper, said to his wife : "Sophie, I wish I had $5000, in addi tion to what I have, to buy shares in tho steamboat linn; T think if. wnnhl lir, n j-ood investment." 'Doyou think so, Cornell?" respond ed his thoughtful partner. x ao," saut he. SllO B.iid lintllblfr mnrn h-.f nnvf ilov Consulted Mr. Otlilmna nnil lin wW.lar.rl the investment. Next evenimr at sun der she accosted her husband thus : "Cornell, I've spoken to Mr. Gibbons about shares, and as he approves your iut-n, lucre s mo ?ouuu; ouy ino shares to-morrow." As she snoka nbn took iho ntnminf. rrom one of those old fashioned pockets that used to be worn under the dress, llhd handed it to her iiRtnti ialind linalmnfl sho had saved the money unbeknown to him, and it was probably this same mo ney that noated the Commodore into fame and fortune. This incident shows what tho ivnmnn inn MMir. xiimrxr t,r.,a wisely sown, and, as is well known, tho 1 a. f ' a ' ran . . . uiu vubi, is irreai. uio BUDsemicnt nia- lorv Of Mr. Vundorhilfc Jh thn Inhnrlf- , , i. . , r, .,11 .. . . . . 1 II. . 1 . it . unvu ui mi uiun , miu iiiuugit me part taken by his wife in building up his im mense weaun cannot, oe maao public, yet it is safe to say that with him she uuru iu uiiruen auu neat ot the uay, and incited him by her cheering and cuurageuus worus locniDarK in great un dertakings, and, by her wisdom, conduct uiuiu iv buuucsBiiu issues. In her liome she was kind nnd nmln. ble a true and faithful wife, a fond mother nnd a firm t'riprwl Tt.ivna In fl,n bacrcd nreoiiii'ta of thn f'nmtlu nlfnln flinf Hhe was best known ; it was there her goou qualities were most apparent and jiicbi. upprucmicu ; anu now tnat sno is llO more, hor r-fllltinnn nnnncnl linr ntntli. erly love, and bright face, beaming with guuu nature, win uesauiy misseu. jirs. vanuerDiit was uo ordinary wo man : far from it. TnHfinnndnntl v nf her position as the consort of ono of tho notntilo specimens of selfmadc men, she had inherent in herself elements that raised her ubovo tho level of ordinary women. She was just the women to bo the wife of Cornelius Vanderbllt ;intel- licfttlL (nrirft.i. nf nn onlnnr linnnful temperament, and withal kindly, moth erly, and purely womanly. It is certain that she relieved him of all tho care of a large family, conducting her house hold affairs well and wisely . superinten ding the education of her children, and bringing them up in the way they bhould go. Waking vp the Wrong l'assenger. Itailway travelling has its iokes as well as its perils in Canada. A Mon treal paper says that an incident which blended tho farce with tratredy. in fact. a case of waking up the wrong passen ger witli a vengeance, occurred on the Grand Trunk night express west, lately. A Southern gentleman, accompanied by his wife, son, nurse, and three or four daughters, who wero going westward, took berths for the whole party on the car. Himself and wife occupied a berth nt ono extremity of the car, while tho nurse ana daughters were compelled to seek slumber (not that they found it) at the other end. Tho eldest daughters, aged 18 and 0 respectively, occupied tho lower births, and nurse and her charges the upper. Toward midniciit. tho two- year-old woko up and went to the drink ing fountain ior a drinic ot water; re turning, she went to the left hand berth instead of the right, when, oh, horrors ! what a sicht met her iraze ! Her siBter. us sho supposed, was snoring peacefully witn a mascunno laco, auuudantty bearded. Sho tottered to her siro and whispered the horrible tidings In his ear. The sire arose, the hot blood of Southern chivalry boiling in his veins, and rush ed to tho indicated berth. It was true tho same brown hair, the same poplin dress there wiw no room for doubt, and ho let the slumbering man have It be tween tho eyes, straight from the shoul der, a blow from tho injured father's urm which would have fel.ed an ox. Tho i squished man awoke and strove to do- lead himself from the shower of blows, but tho surprise and tho cramped posi tion prevented him. Tho lady, faithless viper, awoke, screamed "my husband" to thu amazement of the pugilistic pa rent, who at once Imagined asecred mar riage And from tho opposite berth tho only original daughter borcamed"papa." Tableau. The lather was covered with Hhame, and tendered amplo apologies, which the oseaultod at first refused to accept, wiihlng for blood. At last the matter was quieted, Next morning,tho parties met at breakfast at Cobourg,