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ST. ALT3AJSTS, VT, TUESDAY, 2STOVBMBTGR 3, 1S6S. Vol. T. NO. 4:0. . ..... i rv. i m pphlihued each evening. i in Humes' Mock, l.oh S7.. SI. Mhunf. 17. 1 Davis, Proprietor and Editor. tuhms: year, in advance months, in advance . . 11 , . . . . 4.nn n nn L'U IIIIIII I III. Ill III I , J, 1 11.1 I mourn, in "uuiiitu dvertisomenta should bo handed in as eariy ho morning of tlio day or their intended nun Hon BUSINESS CARDS. MINES A tHOWLEY, Dealers in (iioc. lies and West India Goods of i very description, hum' New Work, Lake Street, St. Albans, Yci ut, iil.i-tf Couiibillor at Law ami Solicitor in Chan- v. Ollici Willi 11 liovce, liraiuciii uiocii, "Albans, Vt. 212-l.v ,liiirj i , w.vti.- iv .iii.i.Tis, Oils AT LAW and Solicitors in Chancery. ci; in I limn Block, .-it. Albans. Vt. 07-tt A 11. IIAII.KV. I'YUKIMVIN, 11. O. AIMM 1,A1.SD1C1.LA m:oii.ui, Attornoys at i.aw, and Solicitors m Chancery, Cambridge, t. it A 8. llLAIKDEl.il, 31. A. IUN01IAM. SAIIKL S. HYDE, Dealer in all hinds oi Family Groceries, D.irrovv Mlock, St. Al- us. vcrmo i. U. XV. TlilU.MTLT, PhvaieiAii and Sur geon, ur.uluato ot uio university 01 or tin. iimi'ii: i' nil iii'iii Hiii't'l. over Messrs-187-ly tiadcH's Clothing House. IK and .Solicitors in Chancery. Ollice in No I. X Ill 1. 111 V f.. i.i.l.. nilnrlv in Franklin. Orleans, and Lamoille lliuiun. " 1. C. BEN'TOX, W. D. WIL.S0N. ..... l .m.i , GIL 31 A X, W B X T I S T . Ollice ill I he J, KINGMAN MLOCK, Main St., opposite tlie ugregationnl Church. 1-11'. II. 31 COWA.V, UK.VTIST. over Wead and Duron's Drue Ollice store, 2-tf Mbaus, Vt. .r nitric A'l'ivmvi.'V a vn rvilTVSlfi. LL. LOH AT LA Also Agent fol lirst iss Insuraiice Companies, and for obtaining ldicrs' pay, Ac. Ofiicc over Weeks store. A. SOWLKS. Attorney and Cnuiisellor at Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Ollice over 1st National Hank, St. Albans, Vt. P. S. -Will attend to Collections, and piOMcme aims against tlio United States for Arrears ot iy, or Motility to .Soldiers, Widow's and Invalid's iisions, Ac, Ac. iJ-tf ICIIAUDSOX'S PICTUHK 15ALLKKY, V Main, opposito Hank Street, St. Albans, (Up .Stairs.) Open all hours ol the day, .iindays excepted.) All the latest stylesof pic res mado nt this Gallerv. Albums and Pie i ui..nA..n....:- n...i ....... i i:..i ....... ..i IV Al.lllll'H, Oll'll.'ll.-l. OjllL Ullll U.llll X 11 I 111 1'.- Ill rmont Scenerv, all at low prices. Call earlv id often. l T. O. l.ICIIAHD.SON, 1.17-tf Proprietot. 1 KOUUK V. llOUUIITOX, Attornev i i d X Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in (.'han ry, St. Albaas, Vermont. Ollice near Win Post flice, and residenco on Welden street. Also, united btates commissioner, uommis- oner of Deeds lor tlio States ol M;w lorn, assachusetts, and other States. Ho will give ronipt attention to all professional business itli which he may be entrusted. St. Albans, Nov. 1, 13 4. tf ITT S. XOUWICII, Practical Steam and VV Gas Fitter. Mrass and Ironooods of every escription, for steam, water, and gas. duns nd locks repaired, and keys fitted, Ac. Mt. Aiuans. vt. I7.t-iy TTAMES STOXK, (atOCKK, Kinguiaii Mlock J Main Street, St. Albans Vt. 110 pAItllAIt UUOTIIHUN, IltON MK1!- C 1ANTS. lealcrd in Nails, Ghss, Oils, Paints, Agiieut irai Tools, which wu oiler at a low cash liguie Corner Lako and Alain streets. St. Albans, March 10, 1801. 1-tf HEKUEItT 1IUAIXKUO, dealer in Foie ign and domestic Dry Goods, Hoofs anil uooH Vankie Notions, corner of Main and Hank trects, St. Albans, Vt. U3 CIIAULKS WVM.VX, dealer inl'ine Watch es, Clocks and Jewelry, Sterl ng Silver anp lilver I'lated Ware. Fancy (londi n gieat va ietv. Watch Hep.iirmg "and Engra ng. St. Ubans, Vt. 10.1 H C. POST & CO., dcilcm ill Drv GoocU ...... ...... i, ;i.. - .." j aim euoiee ruuiuv tiiocein.'S, i.oiuer oi -lulu and I'airliel l Streets. St. Albans, Vt. 117 l. C. l'OST, L. JANUS. A fllEitiCAN HOUSE, Hichford, Vt., Jerry H. A. Sweatlaud Proprietor. Tliis Hou-o is locat U in the centre oi the village, near the Custom House. Post-OiHco and Mills. 100-ly HILL A SAFFOHD, Attornevs at Law, and Solicitors in Chancers Ollice, Lako btreet St. Albans Vt. d52w2Jl-tf. M.J. Hill Q. a. S.vrioim, BOOK BINDING "p AVID U 11 A W F O H D, Hook Hinder and U Hlauk Mook M'aniifacturcr, Kingman Block, St. Albans, Vt. Hook Minding in evnry style from the cheapest to tlio mst costly, and all done in a thorough manner. Dec. 20 1807 ISCmO HIltAMf PIKUCIC, riiorniETon AMERICAN of Tiin HOUSE 107 G. M ST. A1PAXS, VT. PIEHCE Ci.i:hk. U-einovecl. I H. d.ri. CLAHK has removed to .--'until Main U Street Ollice at ids reside St, Albans, Vt.. May. 2. 18fiC HORACE P. HALL, M D. (Lato of the Army, &e ,) Has returned to St. Albans, and may be found for the present nt tlio American" Hotel. Particular attention paid to Op erative Surgery. lo'J-ly GRAHAM FLOUR. A superior article oi iirnuam riour, tor nale at tlio storo of MAHNES A CHOWLEY, d33-tf Lake Street. NOTICE. Mr. F. L. Goodspced's New House at Missi quoi Springs, is now ready for the reception , t boarders. d35-tt' &0 to WM. N'.SMITH, A CO's for good Cloth ing cheap. VCUMOXT rtCNTUAIi AI SULLIVAN HAILHOADS. I SUMMER AKRANGEMENT. UommoiioitiR Sopt. 14. 1S03. I TllAtNS (IOISO SOt'TH ANT KAHT Leave St. Albans at 0.21 a. in., 12.0 I mum, i and S.dO n. m. I Mall Train leaves House's To lit at 1:10 a. ni., v,,,.f.ivpH linMBPiiL'eiH from Ogdeiisburgh It, It.. and coiineetfl at White Hiver Junction and Bel lows Kails with trains fot Boston, Worcester, Springfield, and with trains on PasBtimpsIc It. It., ariives at Now York at 10. 1.1 Ji. tn. Pay Express leaves Montreal at ;( a. m., St. jni,,,,. t ii .nn . , ., UgUeltBUllIgll III o .u 11. "1., :45 a. in., for Boston. Ac, ar House a remit at 10 riving in lloston, via. Lowell at 10:20 p. m. Night Express leaves Ogdensbnrgh at 1.00 p. ' in., Monti eal at fltfO p. m., House's Point at O.tlS ; p. in., St. .Tolms at 5 00 p. in., arriving at lloston I at 8.40 a. m., connecting nt Uellows Falls witli Ohoshiio Hoad for Huston and Worcester and with Vei m mt Valley Hailroad lot-Springfield, Ac, , ami nirivim.' in owioru ai lJ.iiu p. m. , Tn mn ooino NouTH anii wr.sT. l.eavo ril. .uonus lor .inimical a. n;nr a. in., and liiIVip. m. For House's Point, Ogdeiisburgh and the West at C:ii."uiud 11:00 a. in., and (J.;10 p. in. Day Impress leaves lloston via. LowulH.OJ a, in. for llurliiiutnii, Ht. Albans, Montreal. .Ve. Arriving at .Montreal at 10:0 1 p. in., i Kdeiislmri;li at 12.HU u. m., making clor-e connection with the train for the est. Mail Train leaves Hoston via Lowell, at 7:0) i. m., Ma Lawrence ami Mtehnurt; at 7. SO a.m., print,'lleld at 7:1.1 a. m., for liurlinptoii, and St. Albans. Tin1 trains leaving Hostou via. litcalmrg at r.:W a. in., and SpiuiRlleld at 7:1.1 a. in., connect U White Hiver Junction with the L"ay Kxpie.is train. Aecounnod.ition Trail' leaved Korthlield at 7:15 u. m., for Hui liiintoii, Hut laud, .St. AlbaiiH, tioiiso'rt I'oint, UguudeubiU't,'li Ac. Mgnt express leaves lienors runs ai lo.uo ; ii.., receiving passengers from Vermont Valle; Hailroad, leaving Now York at 12.15 p. in., am from Cheshire Hailroad, leaving Hoston at 5:UI Mlit express leaves jienos runs ai lu.uo p, auej and UO p. in., conneciiuh' at wiut'j mver junction witn train leavim; lloston at f:U0 p. in., for Hurlini; ton, Housu's l'oiut, Montreal and OitdensbiirKn, jonuectin;; with sieauierd andOraud Trniik Trains lor theWost. bleeping curs are. attached to both the night E turess trains ninnint; between lit. Alb.ms uiu H Hton, and St. Albans and Springfield. Through tickets for Chicago and the West lb; fsalo at the principal stations. U. .Mlllllljli, hlip. St.Aluans. Sept. li, 18C8. EUTLYXDAXD 1IUIIL1XGTOX AXU VT VALLEY HAILHOAD. On and after lec. 2d, 18G7, trains will nil as follow,, viz : ?IOVIKO SOUTH AND HAST. Leave Huri:.igton at S:30 a. m., 1:3,1 p. m. 3:2f 0;15 p.m. Arrive at ltutland at 11:25 a. in., 4:11' p. m. a:oo a. m. i'J.50 a m. 8:00 a. m. l'J.50 a. m. Leave ltutland at 4:00 a. m. , 12:00 in. p. in., A' Arm f 3:25 a. Mellows Falls at 7:10 and 2:20 m. Leave Mellows Falls at 7.50 a. in., 2:25 p. in. 3:30 a in. Arrive at Mratlleboro' at H:50 a. m., 3:20 p. in., 4:27 .1. in. MOVING NOIIT1I AND WT.ST. Lease Hrattleboro' nt 11:00 a. in., 1:15 A 0:00 . in. Arrive at Mellows Falls at 12:00 i. m.. and 5:10 and 9:55 p. in. Leave Mellows Falls at 12.3.1 p. in.. .1:1,1 p. in 10.00 p. in. Arrive al Hutlaud at :l:10 p. m., 11:00 p. m. 12:35 a. in. Leave Hutlaiid at 0.00 a. in., l.'Jn p. m.. ;l.un p. in. 1:30 a. m. Arrive at Murlingtnii at 0:1.1 a. m., 4:2.1 p. in., and 0.15 . m. 1.15 a. m. THAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS : inr At Murlington with Moats on Lak. Chain plain and Vermont Central and Vermont and Canada Hailroads, for Monlpelier, St. All a is, House's Point, Montreal, Ogdeiisburgh, and the West. At Hutland with trains for Troy, Alb'iny and New York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady, and tlio West. At Helmut, Fulls with trains on Cheshire Hailroad for Fitcliburgh, Worcester, Lowell, and lloston. Willi Vt. Valh-y Hailroad, for Hrattleboro', Springlleld, Hartford, New Ha ven, and New York and witli Sullivan Hailroad for Windsor, White Hiver Junction, Wells Hiver, St. Jnhnsbuiy, Newport, Littleton, and the Whiti Mountains. Passengers for the West will find this pleasant, and expeditious route. I'heap, 1'OH TICKETS, and all necessary information, euipliiv at the Oiliees on thn line. ' w-tf. GEO. A. MEH1ULL Sunt N JOUTIIKIIS' HAILUOAn. WINTER ARRANGlilMEN T 18U4-5. On and after Monilay, Nov. 1 1, ISfil, I'asenger Trams uill run as follows : fl'W.Mlil THAINS. Day Expres.-- Traill leives Concord a' U,35 a. in., nn White Hiver Junction, connecting witli trains for Moiitpclicr, Minliiigton, House's Point, Montrea.,,.e., and with Ogdenslmrgli and Grand Trunk Hailroads, for the West. Mail Traill leaves Concord at MD.45 a. m., fol White Hiver Junction, connecting with train for Wells Hiver, St. Johnsbury, H.irton, Newport, Willuughby and Magog LaKcs, Staustead, liath, Littleton, and Lancaster; also, with trains foi .Montpelier, Murlington, St. Albans, House's Point, Montrcla, Ogdenslmrgli, and tlio West. Mristol Train leaios Coneord at 3.30 p. m., foi Fr.iiiKiiu and Mristol. Evening Express Train leaves Concord at b.li p. in., for White Hiver Junction, connecting with iiMius lor Moutiielier, Huiliugton, St. Albans, House's Point, Montreal, Ogdeiisliurgh, and the West. Or on arrival of trains from Hoston, Worcester, Portsmouth, Portland. Ac. DOWNWAllO TRAINS. Morning Express Tram leaves White Hivei Junction lor Concord ut 1.15 a, m., or on airiva) ot train from Ogdeiisburgh and Montreal. On .Mondays at 0.25 instead of 1.15. Mristol Train leaves Hristol for Concord at 8 a. m., and 1 nullum at 0.12 a. in. Mail Train leaves Wh.to Hiver Junction for Concord at 12.15 p. in., or on arrival of trams over tlio Vermont Central, Passumpsic, and vtiinu .uouniauis uauroaus. Day Express Train leaves White hiver June turn at l.oS ii. in., or on arrival of trains from Mo.itrcal and Ogdeiisburgh, Hrattleboro', Keenc, ueiiows rails, wunsor. ,vc. connectnm at con cord witli train for Manchester. Nashua, Lowell and liosion. Theso trains connect at Concord with trains lor Manchester. Lawn lire, Portsmouth. Pott laud, Nashua, Worcester. New York, Lowell, am1 Ujston. o.Mil.OV. iSi'liAH.NS, Agent. Concord. N. H. Nov. 10. lblil. w-tf. THE ST. ALBANS BKIGADE BAND Are piepared to itirnish nmsic for FIREMEN and MILITARY PARADES, PICNICS, EXCURSIONS DANCES, And on other occasions where Maud and String Music is icmiired. Orders addressed to GEORGE E. KINSLEY, on to W . H . SMITH, At the Tieiiiont House, will receive prompt at tention, iil-tf Gl O to Wm. N. SMITH A CO'S lor your fund Capsfor then- stock is all new. Hats Morton & Percy's, 51 rum o -Tin: ... , PIVOT ACTION BRACE A superior Suspender for Skirts or Pants ! An uneipialed brace for the Shoulders. Always a Suspender. A brace or not at pleasure. Its simplicitv, durability, ease and convenience commend it to every Lady, Gentleman, or Yoath. Kxamino for vourself, and be convinced that all herein stated' is true. Pi icon, 75 cents, SI 00, il 2.1, il 50. ld-tf CiOTHIWTG STORE -ON- LAKE STREET. MORTON & PERCY! Having bought of G. W. Wodgett his new and entire stock of CLOTHING, FUliXISIIINO GOODS, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES Feel b.itislied in saying to tlio public that they can sell goods as low as can bo bought in Frank lin County. All wo ask is to have customers come in, "and satisfy themselves, before pur chasing elsewhere. " We have, and aro receiving, all tlio new styles from market, consisting ol READY MADE CLOTHING, IT'HNISHING GOODS, LINEN A.N 1 1 PAPEH t'OLLLAHS Of mlli'Mf- Mirietti'S. and alurgn and well m:li-cted Stock of Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats and Boots, Which we will sell low lor cash. We have the largest assortment of HATS AND CAPS 'I'd be 1 it 1 1 1 1 1 in Northern Vermont. It von don't believe it. call and see for yourselves. Our Clothing is New and Deniable, consisting of SPHINU SPUING SUITS, It LACK SUITS, LIGHT COLOHED PANTS AND VESTS, LINEN VESTS CUFKS, AND MUTTONS. OVEH SACKS. THICOT SUITS, FANCY CASSI.MEHL PANTS AND VESTS, LINEN PANTS. TIES, Boys' and Youths' Clothing, We ha e a few Winter Over Coats lett, that ie will sell at a big discount from cost, for cash. Hemember tlio place, Two doors West of tke American House, Lake Street. MOHTON A PERCY. ili.N'uv G. MoitTON. Amjekt N. Pl'.llCV. Id-tf l'onueily witli Win. N. Smith A Co iXSUUAXCK. The undersigned will take risks for either of the following lirbt class Insurance Companies: Home Insurance Company OF NEW HAVEN Capital Stock. Sl,0OO,OOO. Inlcnialioiial ol Nen York, CAPITAL, $1,000,000. Fire and Marine of Springfield. t.'iipltnl Sloolc, 8500,001). National Insurance Company, .Boston. CAPITAL $3 00,000! Insure against Fire and Mariuo Hiske. Not ex ceeding $30,000 on any ono Hisk. l.acli ot the above amounts ot Stock pant in. M. MUCK, Agent, Ofllco over Weeks' store, St. Albans, Vt. Nov. 1st, 18GG. 14-tf. ASAKEL S. HYDE, nf.Ai.r.ii in all kinds or First Class Groceries ! DARROW BLOCK, ST. ALUANS, VT. Consisting in part of Flow Pork, Fish, Sugar, Teas, d-tf OMETHING NEAT AND NEW! IN ST. AXi AH S. Tlio Urirj; Store on Lake Stn-vl, KEPT HI GREENE & NICHOLS. The undersigned having nicelv nttwl up t the j ore in the American House. Mlock, on Lake store St., and stocked it with a choice assortment of DRUGS AXD MEDICINES.' Hespectfnlly solicit a share of the patronage of this community, feeling sure that they can give satisfaction in goods and prices. Our tock consiuts of DHUGS, CHEMICALS. PATENT MEDICINES, PEHFUJIEHY, TOILET AHTCLES, DYES, AG. i uun STOCK OK PATENT MEDICINES, 1 I'liiiiplotn, consisting in all the unproved va rieties, and our general stock includes all goods : usually kept in a store of this kind, Head'iinir Iitm I'n'r the A. B A. BITTERS, One ot the bust Spring Modicums in the mat lcnl. Physicians order solicited, and caiofnlly and promptly filled. In quality and priei- we guavanteo to satisfy all who favor us with their patronage. Store open on Sundays at noon, for supplying lieeess.'irv modicilHH. DR. NICHOLS Is a pr.icncing Physicisn m regular standing, and will attend to all professional calls. He member the place, under tlio American House, Lake Street, St. Albans. ill-tl UHKlilv .V JvlUHOl-S. WARD & BURNES, Di'iih'rs in ulll kinds of GROCEBIE S LAKE ST.. ST. ALBANS, First door above the St. Albans flou.i, keep constantly on hand a full assortment of rAMIIY GROCERIES: Consii-.dnif of Flour, Mud, Provender, Shorts, And Feed Of all kinds; Pork, Fish, Hams, sugar, Teas, Lard. fresh Butter And all sorts of articles usually kept in business of their kind. Highest cash price paid for all kinds of country Produce. GIVE ITS A OALL. dl-tl WAHD A BUHNES. New Store and New Goods. C. R. PELL, WITH ROBERT KINGSLEY DUISCOLL'S NEW BmMJK ON LAKE STREET. ST. ALBANS, VT. TTAVE lust oneucd t tie largest stock ot Crock' jn. ery, comprising all tlio now and desirable patterns. French, China and Holicmiau Fancy and Tanio uiass ware, uutiery and 1'iateu v, are, ever ollered in this Uounty. We also call attention to our Stock of FOKEIGN AND DOMESTIC DHY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, LINENS, FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS AND SMALL WAHE. Tim undersigned would rospectfullyaiinnuiico to the puuito mat wo nave auopteu tne uami uvuWu .,,.,1 nvv PiiifiP Dri-coTs New Mlock, Lake St. St. Albans-, Vt, HOMEHT K1NGSLEY. ootr BOYS Over Coats of all kinds at WM. N. SMITH, it CO'S. Eliliu II, Huntington, tt'lTi:sSOR TO A. II. MI'S VAN. 4 SKS attention to the following partial list of 1 il. articles, which I will sell at the lowest rates I lor cash, AMERICAN WATCHES. i.wurd, Treinoi t, Millrose, and all (he differ eiil gra les of Walthatn, National, and Unit vd States Go's Walclies. A large assort ment of Gold and Silver American Canes, of the best styles. Also, II , , . . I Gold ailll Silver SWISS WattfllCS.! ! LaihWGold Hunting Watches, Amciicaii and Swiss. The latest and best patterns of Gold. Plated and Silver Chains, Fine Gold and Plated Jewelry of all deseiiptions. A splendid assortment of Ladies' riNE GOXD SETS, Etruscan, Coral, Garnet, Ac, Ac. Gontleinens' Pius. Masonic Pins and Pings. Diamond, Emerald, Huby, Anicthvste, Pearl and Gurnet Finger Hlngs, 18 Kt. Plain Hings, Gobi Hrueclcts, Siher PllltC(l Sl)0011S 1111(1 FOl'liS, ' Extra and Treble Plate. Tea sets, Castors, Cake Uaskets, Vases, ic. Ac. Coin Silver Spoons, Thimbles, Ac. A very large stork of Gold and Steel Spectacles, everv pair sold warranted to suit. Pocket i Knives, Shears and Scissors of the 1st quality. Fishing; Tackle. I shall receive iroin day to day new stvles of Jewalry, Silver and Plate'd Ware, which" I will sell at the lowest market rates, JS7T Watch repairing and engraving done promptly. ld-tf. FULTON MARKET, K. C. ti ALL All, Proprietor. I' have recently refitted mj market, which is X. supplied with the best ol . DleutN, ! Klili. Tripe, mid SuilMlgH, Drliit it, it Sniokiil Iterf AND ALL Table Delicacies of (he Season i ( Now on hand, a nice lot of 'SUGAR CURED HAMS JK K hi V I !S II HAL1HUT, MACKEHEL, C'.I, CUSP and HADDOCK. St. Allium,, Maj 15, 1S03. 5d-tf EVERV IADY KsiitEH admiration. To be admired, thev in u s t nossess Heautv and Inte.licnnce. .Host every one has intelligence, and ALL CAN BE BEAUTIFUL My using the I'APIHAN I.OT1AX, tlio latest and most, wonderful of all the cosmetics. Mv its use all moths and freckles are removed, the skin becomes clean and transparent, and the cheek roseate with the hue of youth. The Paphian i,otiou can no loumi at THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE I And also a most complete assortment of all tor let articles. The new and fragrant Vlor le .llnyo, and the deliciouA wood Iolet. and all other choice and fragrant perfumes. HAIR DRESSINGS AND D1TES Puff and Powder Moxes, Colognes, Toilet Soans, reotu wnsnes ami rowders. urusnes: sucii as Hair, Teeth, Nail, Infant, Ac., Ac. Call and see tlio beautiful necessities and lux uries for tlio toilet even if you do not wish to buv JUST RECEIVED As full a stock of pure Drug as can be found in the State of Vermont, together witli Hesinoids. Fluid Extracts, and all articles required in a Physicians or domestic practice. Warranted pure and of lirst quality. This store will bo uie dersold by none in St. Albans. Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Supporters, Ac, A. and every tiling kept in a well regulated Drug Store. S. R. DAY, AGENT. St. Albans. Vt. June. 18G3. ldtf Phoenix Mutual Lite Insurance Co., OF HARTFORD, CONN. A favorable opportunity is presented to ener getic and reliable business men vtlio can devote their entire time to the business, to represent this old. staunch, and most successful Life Com pany, in unoccupied territory in tlio State oi Vermont. Tho many popular features peculiar to tlio Phoenix Mutual, and the great advantages it offers to the insuring public its freedom from restrictions on travel and occupation its non forfeitable policies its liberal premium system tho economy of the nianag nient, audits large annual dividends, render it the most prolltable Com any to Agents desirous of realizing a hand- somo competency uy tneir enterprise and oner gy. Appiy to u. Li. iiAiiuui;ii, State Agent Phomix Mutual Life Ins. 'Jo. dG-tf Union Block, Hutland, Vt. NEW STAGE rTnNT ON AND AFTER MAY 25th, 1868, AN EXTRA- FOUR-HORSE 00A0H Will rim from St. Albans to Sheldon, as fol lows ; Leave St. Albans overy day at 2 o'clock p. m Arrive at isneiuon at 4 o ciock p. in. Leave Sheldon at 8 o'clock a. in. Arrive at St Albans at 10 n clock a. m. H, JENNISON, Proprietor. Bt. Albans, May 25th, 1808. dl5-tf FULL Suits hi largo variety at WM. N. S SMITH, A CO'S. Miscellaneous, .1 Coolc Upon Ti'lttl. Aflor many .flascoa wo did cot u wo- : inim to coino by lho week on trial, and sno ih wiui lis now. sio snlil lluiL ll wan alisiir.' to take that precaution. 1n causo Jh-wan suio Hint nature hail in tended her (o suit us for our live lonji. But 1 nin glad we did take It, neverthe less!. She could cook everything, ahe said. She would not, I believe, have hesitated to aver her proficiency to cook human ileal,. Ifmv utiesllons had taken that direction. She albo promised to do all t lint was asuril of her in otner ivs- pontM. AltoL'thor, she was anil is the. most cheerful, a.s well n the most tre mendous liar with whom 1 have ever hcen aeminintcd. On the occasion of the llrst little dinner she gave my wife and me, i saui: simre lor uotlung, Airs. Bonne Femmc, but send up everything of your bett." I took no luncheon that day, but reserved my appetite lor the. trial feast. This was lucky, for mingtr was, upon that occasion, not merely the best Banc but t:ie only one. A sharp kitchen maid could have turned out n belter dinner. Everything was spoiled that wasn't boiled as if one wanted boiled things! But the curious part of the allitir was, that the wretched tmpos- ler ociow stairs was ot opinion unit sue hud acquitted herself to admiration. She especially prided her elf, it seems, upon her "sweets," her single speiimon ot which was comprised of a sago-puddlng, wilh torn i jam spilt upon it. And yet this woiunn had a character with her that, if it did not quite corroborate her own assertions, gave some ground for them. People talk of the wickedness of servants, but what Is that compared to Uic wieiceuness ot those mistresses woo will sayanythinji in older to et smooth ly rid of a worthless cook? Of course it is a temptation, but it is one that a lady ougnt to resist ; lor the oil that smootna the parting lubricates for this terrible domestic her passage into an unsuspect ing lamuy, just as irtiui in our case, n is true, l only enKajjed Mrs. Bonne Femmc for "a eek certain ;" but here she is and here she sticks. She brought three boxes with her Tone of them the size of the Ark, asserting that she was sure to suit, and might, therefore, just its wen maice nerseii comiortauie ai once, bho continues to state tint she does well, and is so good as to add that lor her part she muls the place to lu'r liking. In vain I have told her that she is not cook enough for us (and in deed she is not cook at all); she only shakes her head and smiles, as though I was cnarmingiy uroll. Flic won't go, and I don't know how to make her. I have been looking into "Burn's Jus tice," but I ccn'tiind that I have a rem edy against her. The police, of course, decline to interfere, except in her favor, and I dare not call in tne military, on account of the "young ladies' maid," and the other girls. It is sad to ho with out a cook, out it is worse to possess a bad one, who refuses to leave your roo., and assures you she is quite comfortable where she is. I have said she can cook nothing, but there I exaggerate. Al though our weekly bills have never beeen so high as since she has been with us, it isimpossible to convict her of petty larceny. She cooks accounts un commonly well. Chamber Journa1. .1 J tea tit if nl Alktfory. Air. Crittenden was engaged l x de fending a man who had been indicted for a capital ollence. Tie closed his ef fort by the following strikiUK and beautiful allegory; When uoil 111 his eternal council con ceived the thought of man's creation, he called to him tho three ministeis waiting constantly upon the throne Justice, Truth and Mercy, and thus ad dressed tncm : 'Shall we make man?' Then said Justice, " O, God, make him not, for ho win trampio upon Tiiy laws I' Trutu made answer also, u, Uod make lilm not, for ho will pollute Thy Sanctua ries.' But Mercy dropped upon her knecs.and looking up tin-ouch, her tears, exclaimed. 'O, God, make him : I will watch over him with all my care through the dark paths through which he may have to trend. Then God made man, and said to him : 'O, man, thou art tho child of Mercy go deal with thy brotheis.' The jury, when ho had finished, were in tears, and against evidence, and what must have been their own convic tions, brought in a verdict of "Not Guil ty." Married Without Gloves. From the Ottawa (111.) Republican. A few days since, a young gentleman and young lady appeared at the parson age of an emlnont clergy man of this city, lor the purpose of having their re spective destinies united in tho holy bonds of matrimony. Everything being ro.uly, tho clergyman aforesaid was about to proceed with the ceremony, when iho young lady discovered that she was minus her kid gloves, so neces sary on such occasions; whereupon she requested her affianced to hasten to a store and procure tho indlspensa )lo kids, telling him to "be in i hurry or sho might change her mind." Tho clergyman, witnesses, and intended bride waited some time for tho return of tho youth with tho gloves; he didn't come. They waited longer, and still he tailed to put In an appearance. Tho matter at last becoming really serious and alarming, the clergyman took ills hat and proceeded post hasto in search of tho truant lover, whom ho found after a diligent search and many inquiries, quietly seated on theverandaof tho Park House, with his feet elevated on the back of a chair, and very deliberately pulling a cigar On being asked to ex plain his sli.gular conduct, he carelessly rqmarked that he "was waiting to see if sho was going to change her mind." They were married, however, at last, after two hours' delay.