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Vermont Daily Transcri)t, ST. ALBAXS, VI'. TUKSDAY, MAY 18, 1SG9. Great llaijroud Ptojec'. The lioslon Journal myn InlrclVroiico (o the proposed railway project that while, the subject of transportation was In'forw the Legislative Committees on railways yesterday, Col. John H. George, coun sel for the tto-tton Lowell Itailroad, took occasion to lay before the commit tee a bill for one of the greatest railway projects which ha-- ever come before the Legislature, which i, the consoli dation into one road of the Hu-ton ami Lowell, Nashua and Lowell, Naslnn and Concord, Northern, Vermont Cen tral and Ogdensburgh Railroad, cov ering the eutiro line betwemi this city and OloiHburjj, X. Y. It is well known that in the matter of through freight and some other respects ti.e line has been for ,s.om time under one man agement, that of Gen. Stark. Now it is proposed to merge all these corporations into one, to be called the Great Northern Itailroad. The persons incut ioded in the bill who are to be incorporated are Francis 13. Crownlngshield, Honj. 1. Cheney, Josiah G. Abbott, John C. Pratt, Win, Minot, Jr. Francis, M. Weld, Henry Clark, John E. Lyon, Goorgo V. Lym.ui, D.uiiel S. Richard son Josiah li. French, llolcum 1 lorsfordi Wm. E. Livingston, John W. 1. Ab bott, Isaac Spalding, George .Stark, Ed ward Spalding, E.ekiel A. Straw, Ons low Stearns, Joiah Ninol, John II. George, Henry Keyes, John G. Smith, Robert F. Taylor, Wm. C. Brown, and their associates and successors. The bill authorizes the purchase of all the above named roniN, and limits the capital stock of the new corporation to the cap ital stock and amount of indebtedness of the several roads mentioned above with the railroads and steamboat lines now leased by them which the corpor ation is also empowered to buy, the whole purchase to be upon terms mutual ly to bo agreed upon, and to be ratitud by n majority of the stockholders ob jecting after such a majority vote, can have thoirstock appraised by three ap praisers appointed by the Supreme Court sitting in the county where they reside through which the road runs. Authority is also given the new corporation to ex tend the track in this city to deep water and for that purpose to uso the Mystic River Road, the .Marginal Freight Road and the East Boston Freight Road and to purohuso from time to time such property as may be deemed requisite. It is understood that all the roads mentio ned above are in favor of consolidation and the only opposition will come from coin posing lines. Mr. Hamilton A Hill, Cecretary of ihc Boston Board of Trade, who was present, said that there was no doubt that the Board would indors? the entreprise. A hearing upon the matter will be given at a futuie day. The bill if passed will have to be indorsed bytjie Legislatures of New Hampshire, Ver mont and New York. TnoTKCTiox ok Tin: Tlxas Fron tier. One of the New Orleans papers states that Gen. Reynolds has leceutly authorized the only etl'ective measure practicable, under pre.-ent circumstan ces, for the protection of the frontier counties of Texas from Indian depreda tions. Commanding ollicers of posts, within what may bo termed the Indian range, are ordered to enroll the citizens of the counties embraced within the limits of their respective po-ts for ser vice, In co-operation with the troops against the marauding ami murderous savages on the frontier. While out on service the enrolled men will, only at the approval of the commanding ollicer of the post, receive forage, subsistence and amunition, and they must provide their own horres, but shall rwivo no pay- A Good Move Some of the ladies of Hartford, Ct., it is said, are moving for a convention of housewives to consider what shall be done to remedy their dis tress in reaped to help in the kitch en. This is u sensible move. The perplex ities of kousekcepers in regard to need ful domestic help are real burdens, for which some relief is a consummation most devoutly to bo wished." The tendency of modern efforts has been to increase the troubles of wives and house keepers, by breeding all sorts of vain as pirations and mischievous notions and practices iu the kitchen. Soon, it is to be feared, not even the wife will elaro to attempt housekeeping. "We must have magnificent French hotels and abolish tho old homes. "Will sonw of our modern heroines take hold of this matter? A BKAUTiFUii Bpntimknt. Sorrow sobers us and makes the mind genial, And iu Borrow wo love and trust our friends more tenderly, and tho dead be eomo dearerto us. And just as the stars shine out in the night so there arc bles sed faces that look at us in our grief, though their features were fading from our recollection. .Suffering! Let no man dread it too much, because it is better for him, and it will help to make him sure of being immortal, it is not in tho bright days, but only in tho solemn night, that other worlds aro to be seen ' shining in tho long, long distances. And it is in sorrow tho night of tho soul that wo see the farthest, and know ourselves natives of Infinity and sons and daughters of the Most High, ISjiccnl Correspondence of tin- Triun ript. Letter from Par in. French Elections Telegraphing In Cypher A Pretty Quarrel Jlcuat and Jiismark Water Drinking I'arte Theatres Hourhon Whis key .Pr'lctan ( 'oehin 1 m p r i - ion de Voyage Amedee f'h'hot. I'aims, May iind lfc(ii). "While wo are waiting he'es for the re sult of the elections al out to take place throughout France, theie is very little material for political news exclusively French ; I say waiting the result be cause the coming elections will be far more exciting than any we have had in Fiance for many years. Meantime, an interesting subject lias come up mainly discussed in diplomatic circles, which promises to be of general interest. It is this ; During the armistlc that followed the short and docNive war between Au-tria and Prussia in 1800, a telegraphic dis patch was sent by Count Bismark from Nicolsburg (Austria) on the "Oth, July 1S00, addressed to Count von Golty Min ister of Prussia in Paris. The dispatch I was .-ent by the Vienna Telegraph line. Written in a secret cypher, it was sup posed that even the operator who sent it would bo totally ignorant of its con tents. The fir.-t part, of (lie dispatch was in a particular cypher and the sec ond part of the dispatch in a totally dif ferent cypher. The dispatch reached lis destination and nothing more was thought of it. Within a few weeks the Fit a Pre sue of Vienna in noticing the fourth part of a work published by the Austrian Gen eral Stall", on the war of 1S00, quoted a portion of Nicolsburg dispatch of July 20, 1800. On examination it appears that the portion published in the second half, the first half iu a diflerent cypher hav ing evidently resisted with success the invasion of its secrecy. Now the question comes up, where did the Austrian Stad'Oftleer, charged with tho preparation of the work, obtain thi second half? A work of this import ance could not have been published without the knowledge of Count Von Rcut, the Auxtriau Minister. And the question is where and how did he ob tain this dispatch ? At Veinesthey arc preparing a system of water works to furnish the city with pure water, hi an official report made on the subject by M. Ernest Dumas, lie gives the following interesting statistics Dn the quantify of water furnMicd in diflerent cities. Geneva furnishes daily for each inhabitant 71 quart", Brussels 80, Lyons M, Paris )n IS7I will fur nish 2-30) Bordeaux 170, Byon and Bes aneon, each 270, ('ai-caomo 400, New York oGO, Koine 000. American travel ers who have been iu Rome will re member the beautiful fountains of that city. Our Parisian theatres and operas find itnccesay, very often to fall back upon the "good old times" for their pieces. You need not suppose they devote themselves entirely to novelties. On he contrary, quite tho reverse. Thus, at this moment, we have George Sand's Francois C. Champi at the Odcon. The Chalet, IX.mo Blanche, and the Postil ion de Lonjumeau at the Opera Comique, OU'enack's Lirclien and Fitzehem at tiie Boufles. Rigolctto at the Italian, and Don Cesar de Bnzanat the Ambiga. It appears that some ut least of our American Institution are beginning to take root in France. Passing along the Rue Scribe tho other day my attention was attracted by an auctkn sale of wines and liquors-. A catalogue was handed me, and on the very first pago I was struck with tlu item ":8'2 Whiskey Bourbon" which meant .'iL bottles of Bourbon Whis key. 1 remark that your American papers have noticed to fjome extent tho death of Hector Berlioz, hut 1 have not seen mention in one of them of the death of another great artist who died on the same day i March 8) with Berlioz. Admirers and collectors of line en gravings, need not lie told whoCalama ta wa. Bom in Cevita Vechia in 1S01, lie began his career s an engraver at the early age of thirteen, His lir.-t public success was the njask ofNapolen, designed and engraved by him from tho cart taken by Dr. Anto marehi at St. Helena. One of his fine.-t works is his Jocondc of Leo narde da Vinci. At tho period of his death lie was absorbed in tho com pletion of an engraving of one of Raphaels' finest picture. M. Pierre Pichot, son of M. Arnicdee Picliot well known as the editor of the Jtcvuc JJriUaniquc has just returned to Paris from tho United Mates, fte has visited our principal cities, crossed the Plains, and seen the Mormons, ut home, His Imprcnaionn de Voyage are looked for with some curiosity. Among the candidates (Liberal) for election to tho Chamber of Boyaties, are Auftustiu Cochin, Member of tho Insti tute, and Eugene Polletan, both of them well known for their writings upon and the interest thoy took iu the United States durlug the rebellion, Whether or not the Washington prin ters, forming the Columbia Typograph ical Union, shall admit thomelvcs into the society of a son of Mr. Frederick Douglass, 1? a question that has created some stir, and has finally been post poned until the 10th of June. As the National Typographical Union meets in Albany some days before that date, we presume it will take this opportu ne to settle Ibis question for the print ers of Washington, and those of the whole country as well, iu accordance with the liberal principle- that should govern so enlightcno a craft. Mean while, it is noteworthy that the rolls of the New York Union already contain the names of women printers, and, if we are not mistaken, negro composit ors at one point in the South have re ceived the recognition of the local Association. Home Again. Two beautiful word. The reality known best to the wanderer, who after long years of deprivation from the en joyments of home, startles as he listens, and in the stillness of Ihc night, heirs u voice. It may be his own, echo stealing through the air, noiselessly at ilr-t, then louder, piercing to the heart, and in the most touching pathos, appeals to the sure reliever of sorrow, the feelings now no longer restrained are seen in the form of the falling tear, as the cur rent of thought in imagination pictures the "cciio of "Home Again." hat buoyancy of spirit accompanies these word. We ponder upon them with the greatest devotion, and thank God in our hearts for such a place as home. Here the parting tear ha been shed, here the long, and ah ! too often the last "Good Bye" spoken, here joys. -ukI sor rows have mingled together, heart re sponded to he-art secretly and cnctily, wishing for that which will prove to advancement in life, ami respond to success in years to come. It is the na ture of the "heart that bitter feelings must always arise at leaving the obi home of childhood. It is then the ad versities of the world, the eluties and perplexities of life appear In visible forms. Tlien-eomes the assuran""- that nothing but "death can sever the tie that binds tho heart to 1 ome." The oft recurrence of the heart to the domes tic hearth, tho inflexible attachment, the one only thing that becenresan in tuitive part of our nature, never to be blotted out, never through all the va rious scenes of life to be craseel from the storehouse of fond recollection the Ged given c. motion, " Love )f Home-." It is the anchor upon which we fall back when all else temporal falls in tho ter rible storm of life's great battle. The best, tho noblest elements of our lives lie embedded in this " reek of safety." The picture of it is truly the most beau tiful that hangs in "Memoiy's Hall." Long years may pass away, various scenes have seemingly uprooteel every vestige of youth from the memory, all things assume a different aspect," ami convey a tendency to forgctfumcss. But the one idea always present, nev er verilieel, is that which imagination pictures on arrival " At Home Again." Early Morn I ay. Early morning, like a sllwr clasp, unites the beauty of night to tho glorv of elay. While a faint line of light in the east heralds the approach of day, the Queen of night may bo seen in the west, surrounded by tho n.o-l magnificent of lier train. To what can we compare the stillness of this hour? Even the zephyrs are asleep not a leaflet quivers upon its yielding stem, not a sound rutiles tho placid surface of the air ; and yet it is not a deathlike stillness, but rather a lifelike still icss, for wo have a strange indefinable sense of the existence o life all about us life in a somnolent state, waitingfor some powerful agent to arou e so it. "What a calm, sweet t.mo for med itation for communion witli Nature and Nature's God. The first sounel that breaks upon the still air is tho matin songs of the birds. Who can describo the efi'eet of this sudden burst of must ? The whole azure vault, above us seems to bo singing with song pure bird song -not a discordant note jars upon tho ear. No other time of elay can you pear such singing as this, The faint line of light we saw in the east, lias spreael itself far up the sky, and taken on a goltlen glow which tinges the clouds witli warm hues, pales Luna and her train, and elispcr es night's shadows. The gates of thoeast begin to unfoltl, audthrogh Us tipen portals wo catch the first elazzling of tho rising sun. Now there is a eoft murmuring sound, and a gentle rustling in the foliage, auei we know that the wind is shaking ofi' its slumbers, sneJ as it floats past us m its kinelly mission, it throws tons the rich perfume of sweet-scented herbs and fra grant llowers. Graceful columns of whi te mist tloat up from the lako and moist carte, like clouds of incense togreet t he sun, anelreeeivo in return floods ef yel low light, converting the lake into mol ten golel, and convering the earth witli sparkling diamonds. The flowers open their tearful eyes, surprised to find each tear-drop a pearl, rellcct.ng the warm rays of the sun whose absence they mourned. As the sun senels out Its gen ial beams in every direction, all nature is aroused to active life, and calm, beau tiful morning, yields itsoepter to but.y, bustling day. A SwiXDl.i:. Tho old trick of a sel ling boguspatent rights to farmers, ta king their nolo . in payment, and then trading the notes oil (o other parties, litis recently been played upon tho farm cis of Worcester county Masae'hu sctls. The Spyfiny : " Somo months since, a party claim ing to represent a linn called Smith, Clark & Co. visited several towns in this county, selling the patent right of a hay fork, and solel territory to numerous narties. leaving ono foikasn sainplo, promising to fill orders for future sales anel taking tho notes of the farmers with whom ho dealt, payable .o bearer. As far as yet appears there is no manu factory of tho lorks known, anel the purch: serri havo failed to get any equi valent for their notes, which have re cently been solel for goo.is In this oily and elsewhere. The makers of the notes feel thomsolvos badly bittou." firm-rat Items. Cut worms are' ilolnsr much iniurv in Louisiana. Complaints arc again made of abuse oftlie Ir.inking privilege. Mllliem- of gra-sheippors have appear eel near I'liiteo City, Missouri. The Ilieksite Frhntl have their ycar lyineeltng In Philadelphia thlswt.'e.ki j Gen. Grant ha- recently boiiirhl a I llambh Ionian -)lt for $1,00.1. I ( Seventeen towns in Mississippi are i reported as preparing to build cotton ' ! factories. I New gold eligging.-- have been dis- ! covered in the Goose Cree-k Mountains, I in Idaho. I A post oll'sco clerk in England has I been arrested for stealing his rivals love I letters. A daily paper is U; be established in ; New York by the German trades' socie ties. Tin oo New York lawyers claim i2:S0, 000 lees in a case involving about twice that amount. Chicago has just got old enough (ei bo able to mourn the death of one of her oldest citizens. There were 2,7U0 applications for the few clerkships in the Chicago Post-Of-licc. The death penalty was lately impos ed in Peru for the llr-t time for fifteen years. Minister Motley has been engaged for tiie last six or eight months on a series of articles for the Atlantic Monthly. The Mexican harborof Acapulo is de fended by a single fortress, which is garrisoned by one soldier, and h is blind. liOUa gave the Philadelphia ( Pa.,) Cuban fund 001, tho proceeels o.'her Thursday evening's performance. .Ex-Congres-inan LMumer, who ele clined B iclianan's eider of the postmaster-generalship, elieel latelyat Franklin, Pa., Weirth $1,")IK),()00. Chicago claims to liolel the most val uable horse in America, "Bashaw, Jr.," for which .:Ki,()00 has lately been re fused. A bve-Miiitlou swain recently sent some verses to a Milwaukie paper, anel they wore, hcatlod, "1 kisseel her snub reva." Tlusy appeared as, -'1 kissed her snub nosa." Payne, the pedestrian, was defeated, last week, at Syracuse, N. Y., iu at tempt to eie one mile in less time than Ueiyle the velocipedist, should do twe. Payne was eight seconds behind. Hkcuktaiiy Boupwems Poi.u-v. Tho Washington correspondent oi the New York Evening .Post says: It is now definitely ascertained that Secretary Boutwell intends to continue h is purchases, in amounts of not less than a million dollars weekly ; anel this amount may be incrcasce! it' the condi tion ol tho Treasury shem Id justify such a course. The bonds are purchased for the sink ing fund created by the act f February 2-jth, 1S02. Instructions have been prepared for the piopcr ollicers, directing them to stamp upon the bonds fo useel, the worets, This bonel belongs te tho sinking fund crcateel by the act of Congress ol February 125, 1801 for the puipo-eof elis tinguishing them from nil other bonds, ami preventing their sale in live public market. All statements or rumors to the efi'eet that these bonds will be re-issuetl, un der any circumstances, or that the cc retary has not yet elecitlcel what disposi tion to make of them, or that some weeks must elapse before he will be able to elceide upon tho sinking lunel qhestion, are with'out a shadeiw of foun dation. Mr. Boutwell has made no secret ol his intentions since do determined upon this policy, anel all inquiries at the Treasury Department em these points have been promptly answered. .InoHier Outlaw Eitli-d, The McKoiiiicy (Texas) papcin state that W. C. Had died em Thursday eve ning, of gunshot wounds, received in the affray resulting from an attempt lo arrest the outlaws Pennand Hays, some two weeks since, 'i he same papers bring the gratifying intelligence that one of the two desperadoes who caused the death of Mr. Hall has met tho fate he mi richly merited. 'I he Jff irngrr says : Penn anel Hays, the mureleivrs of Col. Erwin.were attempting to make their way out of the country, anel hael been closely followed by a Mr. Anderson, the son-in-law, anel a Mr. Krwin, asm of tho late Col. Fr.vin, and some others 10 per-ons in all. During the search, tho party became t-cparatcd. Penn was first shot by young Erwin, who, with a young man by the name of Keys, and ono other of tho party, had surrounded tho house In whichPonn and Hays were passing the night, intending to wait for eliiy-light before attempting to arrest. The barking of some elogs alarmed Penn, who camo out of (he house Into the porch with a revolver in each hand, anel upon being calletl upon by ICrwln to surrender, etimmenced firing on tho latter, who immediately returned (lie fire with a double-barrelled Phot-gun, Penn was struck, ami fell to the floor, w icu another of the party approached and again shot him with a pistol. Meanwhile, Hays succeeded in get ting eiut of the houe by a back eloor or window, and made his o.-enno. but in bis stocking feet, anel without arms. Penn ! I lived some hours after he was shot, The Enquirer says, several horses I were taken from them, two of them ' j proving to bo tho samo ones taken by j them from tho party who attempted 'their arrest at that place some weeks' since. Tills makes six of these eharacterp elisposed of In Northern Texas within I tho last lew weeks. Tho people seemj determined that no efibits em their part shall be watitihi: to rid the e-emntry of I ho pests. NEW ADVERTISEMENT. ; fo Tin-: tax-pa yj-uTs of " Si", Albans : IHAYI-: this tlnv t stalilislii'.l an Olllce, 1'IltST I 1)001! Noitli of the Town e li'iUV Oflioc in I Vuitiu'-.- llloi'K, whri'c ymi c:ui llnil it' r- nil Tuesdays and Fridays e" facli we'd;, lo rcwiu' your 1'iwrs. THOMAS r,UI,I,Y, Colli W.M-. ' St. Alb.ui, Miw Kith, istiil. :iCI-G-t2 Wanted Immediately, SIX Olt KI(i II r t,l - e-IiisK llouir Ialiit ", to tthiim per tlnv will ho paid. Vpply to 11. i:. COLO.XEY A CO.. I'uiiijtT" StU'i't, St. AHj.ois, Vt. Apiil2; tsdl). Ucvcmie Stamps o r all (lcmimiunt-Ums, i'aii ho hnl at the l'ost Oiiico. Hank Stivot. !20ttf If. X. IlAltliKIt, P.M. EMPORIUM OF FASHION. SPRING OF 1869. Our Millinery (lupai tuu'iit is in charge of a competent milliner. Piths Mal.iiif,' done lo order ill tho most ap proed manner. Thi.) depurtmont in charge, of MISS .1. M. DUMAn, who will he happy to seethe former patrons ol tliis establishment . We study to i!eaae Onr prices are low. Come and hec ! MISS MAItY K. l'KHltY. Successor to Miss K. Pumas. St. AlhaiiK. Vt.. Mav Till. lSH'.l. ::01tf LET US HAVE PEACE.'' GRANS NATIONAL PEACE JUBILEE AND MUSICAL FESTIVAL, To bei hold in the CITV OP BOSTON, June 15, 16, 17, 18 & 19, 1869, 'I'd commemorate, the restoration of I'KAOU THIiOL'OIlOUT TUB t.ANP. The Coliseum in which tho .lubiieo is to he held will afford amnio :;ccoiiiiiuidatiaii for nenrtv 1'IKTV THOUHANP 1'HltSONS. and the series of Mu- siual lCnlcrtainmcnts will include oratario per formau.'cs by tho Greatest Chorus ever organized iu any part eif tho world, mado up of Musical Societies Irom all Hcctions of Iho country, ami ti:m i 'rmmsA.MJ C'UHjU PltKN from thi' public selieols, with an Orches tra of One Thousand Instruments, comprising many of t he principal Hands and best .Musicians in uie united stales. Distinguished Guests from all factious of the Union, including NA TION'AL AND STATU OFl-ICJALS will nurtici natu in the Jubilee, and tho citizens of hosloii will be prepared to extend lo those hospitalities and attentions lo Mritors irom ahroad which they hope may fieive to maugurato the return of U'ind and fraternnl feeling among all Ameri can citizens, and aid in perpetuating throughout tnu world, " IT..UT ON l'.MtTH, HOOD Wll.l. 'Ill WAHIl JIKN.-' Tho imuiciino outlay attendant, unou this vast undertaking has Ik en guaranteed with an unex ampled prompluct-s hy tiie. citizens ol lloston, r.... i. . 7-.. i i i..i.:t . ciisuiju mi me i: cam ill iinu ,j ui'iicu i' i-n "lie- cess which pecuniary aid can command. The following scale of prices has been es'ab llslicd : Sisoi.i: Admission, int teemed scats. ?.") and f'.l, iccorling to location. Sise.l.K Admission, without secured peats $2. Si'.aso.n Ticki-.t -transferable admitting three persons to nil tiie entertainments given in the Coliseum dining the siason, i 100. The hale of seats will commence at the Bo-ton Music Hall, Munday, May 3rd. Ordera for suits, u rnn!ii ,., 11 1. .1 ttifli tin. iiiriiini ni.ii 1... !i.ihl mitted by music dealers throughout' tin- eoiiu- trv. or li mail or express, ilirecled to A. J I'KCK, Ticket Agent, lioilou Miibic. Hall, Boston, Mass. 1'rr order of tho Executive. Committee'. IIP.NltY O. l'AHKKIt, Secretary. 1lm Claim Agency. B recent enactments of Cougits.s, all Sol diers who hae screed three juar.s ftnd havo iccehed but bounty from thel'nitcd States, or who, having enlisted for Unco years, wcivdia charged iu conseipicucu of wounds, and t lie end ow, childie.n, or parents of any soldier who en litod lor threu ears, under a promise of only S1UU bounty, and whodiedili the service, are en titled to an additional bounty of ONM HUN PJtKP POLI.AliS I All hivalid pensione rs who hau; lost a hand or foot, or have incurred eli-ability eiiuivalent to tho loss oUhand or loot, are eiiiilleii to a largo increase of pension. All po.isioued widows of soldiers or sailors aro onlitliidto an increased pension of two dollars per mouth for ea h cluld.under fisteen yours of age. Claims e.f thu above' nature, and for urrcaisof piy, oflleeis' extra, pay, for horses lost in tho U. S. rcrvlee, commutation of rationsot prisoners of war and prize money, will ho promptly prose cuted by application -by leittor, ouclodng the ehurgij from t;cr'ico, will bp attended to iiiiddis uecesaavv paper, returned to plicant for sig nature x, iVc. A. SOWI.KS, OfHcii er.crtlio Tirst National llauk. St, Albans, Aug. ITth.ltitiC. 125.tr DRUG- ST0EE WANTED IN VERMONT. A DPltLSM with amount of husiueris ami M. N. BOOT, ByeUeld.Maas. A price1, 100 a NEW STORE. -AMI- NEW GOODS ! ! TU.ST ainvod fiom Now York, with a very larco stock eif Dry Goods, e:o.HisTlso or i Shawlcs, ! Silks, Clonks, And a greut variety of Dress Goods, Calicos, Cotton Cloth. Great v.iiiety ot HOUSE-KEEPING GOODS. Large lot of CLOTH and CLOAKING, FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS. IYVIUihellatthe lowest New Votk Market 1'riecH, ffirComo and look for yourself, at the New York Cheap Store, on l.aku Street. HKN'ltY DANKXHAUM St. Albiins, Vt., April 21, 1H 11. 287 G--rn.ncl Op'-Ynmg NEW MILINERY GOODS. MRS. H. F. BUCK IS now prcpaicd to offer, at her Nuw.Hooms, fit the t'lirrar Block, tJoriHT of Main" anil Con gress Streets, at QUE A TL Y RED UCED J'JtlVIX!, A largo block of New and Fashionable Goods ! ! ! Millineis and Press -maker- supplied at wholesale, very low. Goods cut any desired length. Patterns of alt kinds ; Kmbroidered Laco j Corsets ; Skirts ; White tioods ; I'lno Flannels. A Splendid lino of Gloves and Hosiery. Worsted -All Shades. Bonnets and Huts trimmed iu tho Latest I'aris and Now York HtjlcH. PLEASE CALL AND SEE ! ! tioit-i Errors of Youth. "VT'OUNG ML'N, Iho experience of years has J demonstrated the fact that reliance can bo plac( d in the onioaey of BELL'S Sl'JX'll'IO I'lLLS Tor tho speeky and permanent cure of Somiunl Weakness, the result of Youthful Indibcretinn,. which neglected, ruins the happiness, and unfits tho H.IlTcrer for business, social society or mar riage.. They can bu used without detection or int.irlereucu with business pursuits. Price ono Dollar per box, or four boxes ior three dollars. If you e nmot procure these pills, encloso the meuiey to Bhvak .t Co., (It Cedar Street, New York, and they will bo sent by return mail, wi:ix siiAi.ti). I'rivato circulalt) to gentle me n sent Ireo on application ; encloso d Htnnni- 18'Jood.w218.y. St. Albans Marble Works riMlE subscriber would respectfully uiinounce X to the Citizens of Franklin County that he has opened a MARBLE SHOP in St. Albanu, on Centro Street, a few d)orn west of It. Brainerd's Drug Store, and is pre pared to furnish Foreign unit IK mevt lo iefiii'iii., m. ....... ... .w Ktiiin.. ...i.i ,.. ................... ........ ........ ..( 1. 1 1 1 1 4IJ short, c wry till iik connected with tno busi ness, ut reasonable prices, and satisfaction given or no pay required. Persons wishing to erect memorials to do liarteel friends will do well to call beforu nur. chasing olsowhoro. li. A. UltOWKLLL, St. Albans, March 31, lSli'J. f2(i2tf WANTED, 21,000 Dairy Skins. 10,000 Veal Skins, 100 Tons "Old Bones.' ALSO 1 Mmtci I" I'll"'- up "'I t'lu eld bones iu 4WU DUyb Franklin County. Wo will pay flj per ton, eabh. Fanners can save It) cents paid to agents by selling their Dairy Skins tons. wo aro neaii quarters on Skln aim jiUiMis, Itenunnber the idacu -Old Tin Shop, 2 doors. lieu 111 ol the Ameiican House. MeUOWAN ,V CO. St. Albans, Feb. 15, ltd. 12V7-(ilil FINF. nesortmont of SPRING OVERCOATS, list received at So. a Oarruw Illock. L. Mcl. SMITH & Co.