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VEEMONT DAILY TKAiSTSCR TPT, A I'A. Y :3 1 , I860.
Vermont Daily Transcript, ST. ALBANS, VT. Satuiiday, May 21, 1809. 1 mm iy rat ion to Xew 1'orh. Statistics of immigration to New York arc iul lished by thopapersof that city, and as the.Hoston Advertiser says : they Indicate some remarkable f,iets. The Advertiser says that the total number of nationalities who have arrived there up to the 14th of May, during the pre sent year, if 81, 03S. Of these consider ably more than one their arrived during the first two weeks of May. The divi sion of these numbers to nativity gives further evidence of the charge heretofore noticed in the source from which we draw new blood. The German nations, the Advirthcr continues, sent the largest number of emigrants, 125,13 i ; Ireland stood next with 17,411, and England followed with 11,890. Sweden and Norway are rapidly becoming large feeders of America, the number of n -dives of those countries ar riving up to the 14th instant being nearly 5000, and indicating during the timo a vory striking Increiise. Franco, no heretofore, sends us but very few, the M'hole number during (lie period men tioned being only 741. It is slated that thereon more than thirty thousand per sons as Copenhagen now waiting for transportation t J this country. The lar go numbers of emigrants who have come to the United States, landing at Boston and other ports. are not included in the above statistics, Good Plan. -The French have r-olv-ed the problem of providing travelers by railroad with good dinners to lie eat en at leisure, At certain points on the line an oftlcer of the road passes through the cars and take t lie number of those Who desire dinners. This is telegraphed to a station where the meal is to be cooked. On arriving at that staton a box is placed in the hands of the diunei a moderate price is paid and the (linnet iHeaton while the car is in motion, af ter which, the box is returned. The din ner consists of four courses, including soup, and .is hot and excellent, a small bottle of wine accompanying it. This plan is simple and worthy of being tried in this country, where tit", lines are longerand the number of diners much larger in proportion to the whole num ber of travellers. It would be a great improvement on the present system ol stopping trains "live minutes lor re freshment," consisting of a piping hot cup of poor eottecand a quarter of lnavy indigestible pie or a deceptively huge square of sponge cake. Dakincj Boiu:i;hy atNuw Yohk. Three men drove down Merer street. New York, Tuesday forenoon, and cool ly seized and drove away with a large dry goods case standing in front of a store. The erase contained about $500 wortli of goods, and the robbers made good their escape in spite of all the ef forts made to capture them. The vcrj boldness of so daring a theft helps the perpetratots to escape punishment. From Putnam's Magazine fur Juie-. The Jlii'ds, Ono dny In tliu bluest of Rummer woathui , Sketching under u whispering oak. I heard llvu bobolinks laughing together Over some ornithological John. Wlut the inn was, I couldnl discover Language or birds is a riddle on earth : What could thev llnd in white-weed and clover To split thcii'sidcs uitlieticlitmixH-.il mirth? Was it nunc imttik of the prodigal Milliliter -Face in tint cloud or voire in the brcc.e Querulous cat-bird -woodpecker drummer Cawing of crows high over th trees ? Was it a chip-uitihk's chatter or .weasel Under the stone wall stealthy and sly ? Or was the joke about me at my easel, Trying to catch the tints of the sky V Still thev llcw tipily, shaking all over, litilibllug with Joliit.v, brimful of glee While 1 tat listening tlee( in the clover Wondeiing what their jargon could he. Tas but tin voice ot a morning the brighest That ever dawned over von shadowy hdls ; l'wns but the song ot all joy tnat is lightest .Sunshine breaking in laughter mid trills. Vain to conjecture the words they are singing, On! y by tones can wo follow thn tune ; In the' full heart of the summer fields ringing, Hinging the rhythmical gladness ol ,iunU Turn nhnnfnvc! in n Wrnnnn'; lul W(,11'nn And so . h-w thl v.wt J. WO UnapiUlb 111 d VVUlIlUIlb multitude hangs upon the music of her Life, voice. Delicious delicious! I would be the luckiest dog In liuropo could I but .caliber mine Oh ! and whv not '.' 1 nv i.tzzn: cAMi'iiKLL. have heard that when these true, nol.le- I hearted women love imn It U forivoc? site could not have suspected my motive Conclitdt (. Lonely, chilled by the breath of ad versity, and all her ettily, fond, enthu siastic belief in the goodness of man kind shattered ant' broken, I.ttey still tried hard to fill 111 her duties in the new j sphere in which she found herself. I Thev were not arduous duties, one I would have said : those of superintend- , Iy, with lust tilt ing the education of two very sweet I terncs-, th.iught i (eu-pcred and docile little girls, audi acting as a sort ot companion to their invalid mother; but for many reasons, they were not congenial to the tate ol Miss Mansfield. One evening, ti e llanleys gave a par ty, and Miss Inte'ic was called upon to ttirnisn the music, sue calmly loos in breaking our cnyauciuont: she didn't se-'in to. I' faith, I'm in luck! She can not have forgotten me; and if she but retains a single upark of love for mo, it will go hard but I'll fan It into a blaze." '('art tier Vaimtnn" Miss Mansfield read the name aloud once or twice, and then laughing slight- lainle-t tinge of bit- Mr. Wreford, an able and scholarly man who has resided at Naples for the last twelve or fourteen years, and who uas been an intelligent eye-witness of of the changes which the Italian penin sula has undergone, urges strongly hat religious reform in Italy is a politi- al question, and tequircs no impulse from abroad. Far better, he says, is it without such impulse for that at which they ,vould shudder if presented as a suggestion from foreigners, the Italians will readily accomplish if it emanate roni their inner consciousness of-what is convenient and right : . "Few persons" (writes Mr. W refold, and his words should he well co isider- d by zealous pronagamlists) "tolerate lterference in domestic matters, and in no way is it posstote to wound tneir susceptibilities more than by interfer ence m tneir religious atiairs. in tnc present state of Italy too, as I have had frequent opportunities of witnessing, it only creates political and social emnar- rassmcnts, and leads to the defeat of the erv obiects we prolcss to nave in view. iCt well alone! Italians are awaken ing iroin tne icinargy oi ttie middle iges : thev are beginning to remove tne excrescences formed on tne grand and mighty structure which has overshad owed many people, and when these have been cleared away, they will enter into the interior of the Temple and re- ledicate it to the worship ot Jlim who must bo worshipped in spirit and in truth. Hut it', ignorant of the genius, ment ilwauts and habitsof the Italians, we obtrude our assistance upon them with the assumed superiority of the teacher and presumption cf the fanatic, we shall arrest their good work and unite them in hostility to us." Wool Pkospkits.--Agricultural Com missioner Capron says : " Were it not for the culling process, by which several millions of the poorest (00,000 in some cases in a single county) have been re morselessly slaughtered, for their pelts and the small modicum of fat that could be drained by hydraulic pressure from their luiccless carcasses, the ravages ol disease would prove far greater. This weeding out of the victims of poverty will result beneficially in elevating the average of health and c unlit ion. Wool irrowors. whoso fears have overcome their judgment, and caused the depre cation of their Hocks or the abandon ment of their business, will ere longer gret their hasty action. Already a re action has commenced ; prices of wool are stiffening, and the value of stieep HllL'htlv advancing. If there is no legislative interfoience with the growth or manufacture of wool, a better day will soon dawn, and the time will soon prove auspious for enlarging rather than abandoning the production ot wool. Acuowi Tin: Link. Tho emigration trom Canada is not limited to citizens, but extends to the army. On Thurs day, two soldiers skedad lied from St Johns, P. Q., and took up their lino of march for the States ; a British oftlcer pursued them on the freight train over took i.nd captured them near Mooio's station, and took them back toSt. Johns Wnen captured, the soldiers were with in two miles of Uncle Sam's territory. A Dignified Drunkakd. A dignl Mad drunkard, who rendezvous at Bel lows Falls a largo portion of the tlmo lii "Dr. John" tloodell. a healer after tho "Indirai" style, who would be smart save for his love of liquor. As ho was tacking along the sidewalk ho made a mis-step, plunged headlong in to an opening, an 1 stuck there, with nothing but hia feet visible abovo the wnlk. A nerson who saw him fall ran to his aid. and pulled him out. As uoonnsthu "doctor" was on his feet Im braced himsolf up agalnfat a hitching post, and said, "GMongnow! can't ye mind ver business? What hev 1 done that you should abuso mo in tills way ?" The individual explained by saying that ho wished to Help tne doctor out oi trouble. Whereat John replied: "Sr-fct you think that's mighty big niifi TCox' tlmo I fetoon down to pick my hat out o' that hole, want yo to just to keep ycr hands oft, that's all." Jivfiyloiis Uvform Jn Ittttif. "Ami this is the man I once loved (irtlioiigbt I loved, with all my soul, and I have actually forgot ton his name. Well, no need to be angry with myself; after all, it was Loved I loved not" Cla rence Vaunloii. 1 wonder howl shall feel when 1 .-oe him'.'" and with an old sensation of curiosity, she turned to the her seat at the piano, and, without the ! servant, who stood waiting least feo'ing either ol anger or huniilit- i gentleman to wal k up, .lames Ask the AdHICl'LTlTUAL. Twelve bushels cooked corn will make as much pork as 17 ol raw corn, bed wit It slops tne re- ult should be 200 pounds increase in the weight of a pig. I'otnto planters in Maine are learning that nothing is gained by heavy seed ing, t wo eyes to a nui, tuns jf incites apart, rows throe feel, they llnd the nest. The same land and labor that yields $00 from cotton would, if applied to sor- liuin, return M-ti. tne cotton cents pound the sorghum nt cms a gal lon. A dry fertilizer is wholly inoperative; the most active of all stimulants to plant growth is liquid manure. Fattening sheep aro the bent and cheapest fertilizers. Our farmers know vhat is meant by the wool business, nm thev have yet to learn the protit. there may be Horn mutton. teamster m Maine says he can start tho most balky horse by talking b m out if the snails and making him ro around in a narrow circle till he is iddv. If the lirst dance of this port does not cure him the second will. Don't whitewash the bark upon the bodies of fruit and ornamental trees Wo are at loss to know for what purpose somo persons thus coat the banc ot irutt and shade trees about their premises with une unless it is to mane them look nice. It certainly does them more harm than good, as it serves to obstruct the icspiiatory organs, and in a measure movents a thriltv growth, miouiu tne bark become diseased ami rough, orcov ered with moss, somo suitable descrip tion; after which wash thoroughly with i strong solution ot soup ami water, u this is done properly every season, it will prove a great benefit, by destroy ing the Insects which prey upon tho bark, and otherwise promoting a heal thy condition the.eof, and increasing tho . l ..!,. ... ,1... . . vigor and vitality of the tree. Bl'tciii:hs. There was a "butcher's tournament" at Chicago last .Saturday the prize being a champion belt of silver and gold for the one who mado the shortest tune and best wrk sklnninj and dressing a bullock. Charles Ley den an Irish-American boy o 10. won the championship ; time, tour minute forty-llvo seconds. A London purveyor has gone to jail for six weeks for having In his estab lishment a diseased and putrid carcase which it was his intention to put up in tho shnno ot potted beet in nice nine cans with attractive labels. AFninxn in Nki:d .Gracc'sCclcbru ted S'rc is a friend indeed. Who ha lion, although she recognized in tie company more than one who had thought It an honor to be noticed cvel by a look from the wealthy merchants daughter; and for more than an houi. sh. continued to play everything that was asked for. "Will vou not sing for us, Mis Mansfield?" asked Mrs. Hanley, will, the manner of one who asks a favor. Lucie's only answer was to touch the keys and make them breathe forth a low. melancholy prelude. She then took up the song, and her voice swelled out in melody till all the air was mu sic. At liivt she only sung correctly, and with the thrilling tone of which she could not rob her voice, but gradually she en tired into the passionate longinj of tlic words and (lie melody, till every heart was melted tit the sound, ant tears and silence were the applause tha greeted her when she ceased. Allfl li.m mnv I linn- vi-11 will i Vf.llu. me, Mrs. Hanley," she said; "Ian very tired, and I would like to go to m; room." "Certainly, my dear," wits the kinl reply, "and wo are all very muchohlis- ed to you." As Lucie was leaving the room slu felt a hand laid upon her arm, and turr ing, met the eager gaze of a gcntlemat, who gave her no time toquestion liefou addressing her; ' adenioiselJc must pardon mo," In said, excitedly, "and allow me to int re duce myseli. 1 am Herr Metzinge-, professor of music." laicie's bow at once acknowledge l this introduc. ion, and asked an explanation. "I hope mademoiselle will not be o- fended, but does she know that htr voice is worth lifty thousand dollars a ,-ear?" "Indeed!" exclaimed Lucy, almost its iger as himself: and comprehending his full meaning at once. "Indeed, yes; anil if mademoiselle will allow me, I will put her in the way of getting it." " lou are very Kind, sir ; pray call on me to-morrow ; i must have tne inter val tolhink of this. Oood night." fMIAl'TKK II, I'hc Italian opera house at London was crowded ; tne lasnionaoie season had just btgun ; and the operatic season was 'opened with Le Manslield as the prima donna. six years ot decided ami uruiiatu sue- cesrf mid somewnat- ciiangen ue iiins- lleld from Miss Lucy Mansfield, the New iork belle and heaess subse quently governess; but still, to. tho eye of love or friendship she was easily re cognizable. The opera was a new one "1-aust" since become famous the prima donna innearcd in tho rote of Marguerite. It was particularly well suited to her ; or, Mr. Vaunton had neglected in Point in his personal appearance at all likoiy to add to the general etlcct. He entered, be advanced hastily towards the ladv, be seized her hand and pressed it bet ween both of ills, and then apparently carried away by the feeling of the nio'- inent, he bent his handsome head over! it, and imprinted a warn, passionate kiss i upon n. wnen at nisi he seemed to llnd bis voice his word came low and fader Ingly : "Miss Manslield Lucie do we then meet again at last ?" I'm afraid Lucie was just a lithe dis posed to laugh at this admirable though untortunately transparent piece of act ing. However, she restrained the inclln atioL', and with a mischievous desire to do her part in the little play she foresaw would be enacted for her admiration, she asked : "Did it then seem so long to you, Mr. Vaunton V" "Ah. Lucie, can you ask?" was the mnassioned answer. -'Alas ! my heart has grown old in waiting, in hoping for this dav. But now 1 am repaid! Yes. in the iov ol this nrnnent I am repaid for a I. "It is indeed a long time since we have met." she said, rather too indif ferently Vaunton thought it long, Lu 2ic?" " Well, really, Mr. Vaunton, six years can scaiceiy oe cancu a unui u-nuu m the life of any one." "It lias been even loiger than I thought," he returned, reproachfully, since you have forgotten tie name that vnsoiiee such music to nv years, when spoken by your dear lips There was a time, Lucie, when you caneti me i la re nee." "Yes, Clarence," sb answered, and sighed, and turning way, she looked afar oil' through the .'indow. Was it to hide the smile she coiu not, Keep noni her lips, or only to icw the brilliant prospect without? h Vaunton did not attvibute it toeitli', of these reasons, and lie prolooger nis visit to such a lonirtli tlmr Liii! roegan to think her quondam lover s''thing of a boro. At last, however, n .'.'" departure, after gaining pe"'s-sion 10 come otten Very triuinpl'lt'y Mr. Vaunton took l,ia wnv tnu-iii-r the hotel at which r siding" his hc.J.hih "d his feet seeming to to3'1 nothing more solid gbtiiee of scorn, but that soon passed away, and a smile dawned in Its stead. ' Sh. was too indlll'eront to him to feel even contempt towards him. Very llrmly she drew away her hand howev er and then she laughed an Irresistible, uncontrollable, merry laugh. "Vou are the most Inconsistent of men, Mr. Vattton," said. "Six vears ago you generously left me free, that 1 .might, if possible, do better; and now, , i when I am in a position to prollt by 1 your kindness and piod advice, you ask me to make thesanie foolish old bargain again. Ma! ha! ha! You are rcallv too ! amusing, but fortunately I saved the possibility of being tempted bv a fate' so alluring. "Harold, dearest," and she slightly raised hev sweet voice. A i handsome and elegant man entered. "My dear, allow me to introduce Mr. Vauton, Clarence this is niv husband, ! the Karl of Avondale." ! "1 am very Injipy to meet any friend ! ofyouis, Lucie. We leave for the con tinent to-morrow, Mr. Vaunton; but Lady Avondale and myself will always , be glad to see you when we return'to i lMigland, or if we should meet abroad," i NEW ADVERTISEMENT. NEW STORE. AMI NEW GOODS ! ! said the peer courteously. "Thank you, thank you,"stn Vaunton, a nd with a hastv got ing, he hurried awav, unniered good-morn - TllST Hinvcd no i n Nihv Vtnk, with a vetv lnrt,'i- Htnck of Dry Goods, Serial Notices. more properly, well suited to it n ligure: with she was particularly IClegitnt and graceful the whitest shoulders THE KIDNEYS. rnilE Kidney mo two in immlicr, situated id X. the upper end of tho loin, surrounded bv at, and consisting of three parts, viz : the an terior, tlujuiteiior, and the exterior. The anterior absorbs. Interior consists of tissues or veins, which ship as a del osit for tliu urine and coiney it to the eteiior. The exterior it. a conductor also, teriuinatiiiR in .1 single tube, and called the Ureter, The ureters are connected with the bladder. The bladder is composed of various coverint's or tissues, divided into p.irN, vi. : the Upper, n.r miu,-, mo nervous, ami the Mucous. The. upper expels, the lower retains. Jlanvhaveu desire to urinate without the ubilitv to retain, lilts frequently occurs in children. lo cure thesv aflections, wemiist hritiL' into action the muscles- which arc diL-aed in their various tunetlons. If they aicneKlec ed, (i vel or Dropsy may en-ui-. Tho reader must also bo mado uwuiv. that dftcct the bodtlv health and mental powcis, as sources M,l'l""','11 ,n"" """e Uol.r, oil Ullt:UMATlKM.-lii, OCeUllillL' in tho loins is indicative of the aWn diseases, llioy occur in pu.-sons disposed to acid stomach ami chalky concretions. 'I iik (iiuvr.!.. --Pain el ensues from ih-l'. Icct or improper treatment of tho kidnevs. Iheso onjana betntf weak, tho water in not ex po led from tho bladder, but allowed to remain it becomes feverish, and sediment, forms. It is trom this denoMit that tl... r. i ...... Ki in el ensues- ' Dnol'SV is a COlleeHnn i.t u-,.l..r ;.. t i.. of ll.liv iC; Av.." "'"-'"'" i" " i .,,..., .,.. , , miiuieni names, accord iK to tho parts affected, vi. : when generally inthised over the body, it is called Anasarca : Shawles, chNsISIINO io- Silks, And a groat variotv of Cloaks, Dress Goods, Calicos, Cotton Cloth. (Ileal v.irietv of HOUSE-KEEPING GOODS. I.nrgo lot of CLOTH and CLOAKING, FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS. WILL sell at the Prices, lowest New Voik .Market rrComo and look tor yourself, at the New iork Cheap Store, on bake .Street. U1 , IIKNItY DANHNBAOl St. Albans. Vt.. April -Ji, IS !l. 'js7 Ascites ; when of tho When of the abdoi ilu'st, Hydnitlmrax. iHI.AlJIJi.Nf. IICMllimiM liifrlilT- ,.,,..,. 1.... , , iii , "n "' v outt in ii" ';"-" "puunii extract liueliti is decidedlv nm oltliobest remedies 'for ilisp.-isi. .,r ii.'i,i.,.i der, kidneys, gravel, dropsical swidlings. rlieu- ; uiiecuous. under tins head we have arranged Uvstiria. or ilitlienliv ,. in iiasaiog water, scan v secret on sntall and lre(pient discharges ot water ; Ntriui Kiiry. or stopping of water: Heioaliiiin .,r. iimi'illmnl, nioody nunc : (lout and It! Shi's n' W !u l''"'"..e,. ' a.u.u KaV.I,lfeili!,srv.lilV,l.il!r lf "Wr- klMl alo.i.l. "li: t iny boy, you recommended by the late , "Vr! Wwi "in were alwa u L v" "b the fair sex. atu-ctions. She h'-is r llstonC(l t,K vic of l've liu.,lii.lial''utli T daro be sworn. I was a fo' 1,ilvc a"fv ''U'H ou the Sl'h iect he '"'Kci me" - i . wjvas eonsciousoi a hall tmtrrv feeliu, ilh 'lerself when she was left ' jl this is the end of my first love," sl,eclaimed. "Gone gone not even ',, tshes remaining. Heigh-ho ! sic (rttt oiorta pshaw! IiOt me practice .I iiiiiu nuny. i-m noi nan satineit .1 my rendering or it." lr. Vaunton was true to his detm inl- lollow these 1 tils medicine lUL-re.-isi .s tin, ih.u-,,,. ,,f ,1:,..... c,,,, ,..,.i.i i .. , . .-"h " ..u.i, ..mi iiiu nii-f) ur eaicarioils depo.-ittons, and all unnattiral enlargemonts, as well as pain .Mill It, r,,,1 f t,,1. n.n ...l 1 . . 1 ., . '. ,i',iiii,iuu,i .uc ii-iiiii-eu, aim it is talien by inon. women and children, llii-.,.!;,,, c. use and diet aoeomnaiiv. l'liiladelphia, l'n., l-'eh. 'S, IhliT. II. T. Helmbold. Dnig-ist: DcarSir:--! havo been a sntl'i,i-.-M- r,,,- ni..,...i of twenty vears. with crave!. l.bi.l.l.T -,.,,1 i.-i,i. noy atlectioiib, during whidi time 1 have used various: medicinal preparations, and been un der the treatment ol the most eminent phys icians, experiencing hut litlu relief Having seen your lii-cmi-ation elnik!i-K. n,i yertised, I consulted w'ith my familv nlivsician tun n iuiiuw im inn lortimntc in nguiuj vtiin me nniii-M puwui iui.i , .. . :,..'..,.., ,,, t L" yeriiseti, j consulted with my am v i and neck imaginable, and a marvellous; ' 1 lnta,1Cdl IwiU.' "c c " to ining your EUract lim-lu , ...!.!, .. ' ii Kit Wiselv lorliom tn iiivea liijuiittnil l, liaild, bO nue, mi siiiu.i, wuui pin. . ,f mnilii n i " ;.;r..' i I did this because I had used ll l,-m,l., ,., .,. trn, r,w,A ii'nc fivmi K: tn - inniio ii fl,"...v. ... i i-iii-.i,ili; iiiinsi;. i i . , . . - w l . 'r ,--' " V ' .Tin her affection- eruseu remedies, ami nad loutid them worth- notwithstanding her i-j years, she stlnut,"'1';t 1 , ' . , e . 'ess, and quite injurious ; in fact, I despaired retained all her girlish loveliners . A tL'k'K' phjc ( lespate i, of great, im- of ever Betting well, and determi m-d nulei' t while the deen. t ark gray eves. shad 'Ul",. i""'v mm oui oi town somo 4 , ' . . K . .' I I i-,,A -u ntli,,. I..,. l..,.l ....11 . uiivi ma mm uui UllO Jiuiee, and urgent business detained ijtlCie'S band after ait examination of the article and con. with brown lashes, had a child-like. nocence of expression, unlmpaircf' their depth and latent lire. Her , was oft hat rare golden hue eolet.L Mifcs Manslield was well V rerjiitution. though it was th.. 1-. I....1 I l.,.-...'"l' but she had becl'm."L,U' by lioet-', and common only in verses !,,. Kho was the very ideal ot C".Y. Mat-'uerile, and never lost sig',.1,.. character for a moment from entrance until tho sad Jlnctlc. , t time un, million ii til,, she had ev audience; but she ...i i I r..,.,i auoiuu .inn ivivu in in- i . Madrid, and many otner c ' fame had gone before her " . olisof England. Jler rceI'"i;;i"B1,,'1"- thusiastic. and beforo sh ..f. " V? " " of that most exquisite in',-'" j,' ' 1 n'n,, luitll filHirillmr litis . Of till that multitude 'Mi i:,i , l, ueariH "ii""? i .. V 7. Very dillerent III ICi'Sl iiiniuuL-it iri,.,,. ,., ii.,.. ,i:c 'IM, Oaf nun iiiui , use remedies hereafter unless I ktiew of the ingredients. It was this that promoted mo to use your remedy. As you adver'iscd (hit it was composed of lluchu. eilbebs and inni.,.r visit, determined to claim on the pica ot his long fidelity and the memory of their past betrothal. He was somewhat in haste to carry off the prize, having learned that more than one-half his fortune had been lost in a irtiuiess s necutation. G-1 n ri cl Op'-i l in o- Ol-' NEW MILINERY GOODS. MRS. H. F. BUCK TS now prepared to offer, at her New Ilooms, in the l arrar Illock, Corner of Main' and Con gress Streets, at aillU TLY L'EDUCJW J'JUCJiS, A largo slock of New and Fashionable Gnmu ? f t Milliners and lll'l l.'l.l-u wholesale, very low. ("ioor.s cut any desired length. 1'alW rns supplied at suiting again with the druggist, I concluded to iryu. i eommei CC(1 Its usoa hunt e it mni.l i.m ago, at which time I was conliiied to mv room I'torii thn tlrst bottle I was astonished and grat- Hied at tliu bonctlctal efteot, and alter using it three weeks, was able to walk out. I felt much uuo wining you a lull statement of my case at Lucie's bouse, though always elegant ,tlmt limc 1,ut 'bought '.v improvement might and tasteful, gave more than usual Tin- !J0 ,UI)0I'aI'i'. therefore conclued to dolor ? . s A !,l,r l thlsinorning, he ir tl .mi' t Vonl 1 of .r emotions. Tho first ic bosom of tho ,1 of voi - 'l,hmnhn(l orviiiaX-"''i nPl. tS ho foun n,self in London nfha;lo,v1ed0fr;; delicious voice; , P0"0, " ( J i sax SJ?!,0 1 kelt llnlwaysul ,. 7,5 i,, i09 ot of lier titifct nir ... ucccting tho feeble 0 w 3 -'ontained in tho fact ?.IIC0U!.?5 ot absolutely reje-tetl "mV,!. i that beat wlthsodlf- btlon was that which leietit 1.....1 . nii iiif. perfect cure, know thoiiL'ht. and roiii!.i-l.-l.r tl.l. ,..;7 . " " " " " "V ," ' Krcaier value to you chuckle, Mr. Vauton reflected. "Ha. T ,, , .', in i til,. r....,.i p ii...- . ' i i am aoie to re on mat ncnniiu ,.n,.ri..,i ,. . in iiiHiiu if. I1I-3IIIU Illl. 11111 Kfl I i. ,, , .. -- .,, seeks to allure mo with the sigh of her '"K " "u"-v Ior nvc "l0"t)u weaim. ;n, no need, my pretty Lucie , 11,1 UML." "0M "r tnrco month no need!" and the conmiorimr hum nm.; """ ,Ltl llH "t" 111 respects as i over did, the bell. Year nucha beim: devoid of nm- mmi, u,,t "is Aliss Alaustleld at home'."' M1"'0 1111,1 0ll0r' a tuaiu and invigoratot- of jiy intiy is in the drawin'-room " . y'".' 1,111 ""l u wunom n wnen answered the footman, "but she 1 not i .... ' " 't""- as use m sucu an.c . ,1.... II -- ""!- ll-ITI-ll llll? lit .11. V ,-- forth t .( framo of Mr, .r i no more time, and Mhlfflmr lilu Hour in "1!,! ht 1 have been a fool !" , placed himself beside her, and with her . . ... . . ...i i 1 1 1 li'iiiit ii m iiiniuui Miiiiiiiiiiir i htiMii itiur iniiit'ibinnrui ii .. .1 not found I such .1 cunng eu n nun s wa3 ,elf) in tho Courseof tho pei-1 1 n r h a " rro of lo a elove 'an lu-nUoj e-ilild filnn. bolls, tllld OVC'll linOl .11111, tu ..11 T , i,.,i. ' ..1.1 1... .1 . , . . 'n""1' --i--" 1 - ' , . im,-' b'-'i iiiiuuii niiuuiv 1 wiiu muni nniur uiau wnen u tho most obstlnatoold ulcers and otner il'llt tributary Clarence "Oh, you know she will see me, you Uunid lellow," laughed Vaunton. 'f rl. i . " uinpiianiiy ; tossing tne man a soverign, and running gaily up stairs, he entered the drawing-room with the freedom from ceremony of a privileged person. "Ah, Lucie!" ho exclaimed, sezing her hand, "you will forgive me, I know, when I tell you what very important business prevented 1110 from coming hero during tho past lew days. "I'm sure I willlC,Iarcnce.' and Lucie motioned tho impassioned lover to a seat. Vaunton took it, but found it much too distant, and while he wonder if it was pique that caused that indeUt ablo shade of coldness, ho regarded thn beautiful woman nefore him. Sho was more than usually lovely ; tho robo of violet velvet close lltting to tho ox-' tedjquisito form; the delicate lace at tho inroai ami wrists iasten with diamonds. and tho magnificent hair caught up Mini a iieiui-cwiiiii served to display her regal lovliness to extraordinary advantage. Ho felt that ho must loso ma Hon phia be i'henliohad first r ' if. no as a beggar, turns out to ... 1 i 1 1 1 ! "11 , iiiihrin tlinit 0 nnlil-iMi iiaI A ml t... ...... 4.. I. sores. It is a wonueriui compound, sun-1 t , "" b'-""' -vh , n,v puiyuigiiei-10 uecomenis wile. solicited the same boon, he concluded i , nv uriiviiii? nor m neeniini mu w fn ... . , a t, .1 i.t in.,, in. tw Mm , ,,,if ii- i.... ii. . I...,.,. , v ed nliko to the skin of the eh Id and o ho Vr o 'r . "Yl, '" , l " l"u 1,1 miee unci momeiiisijuelo the adult ' Hcftvcns? but sho ls 11 bPutl-; regarded him with a faintly percoptiblo M. McCORMlCK.-7 Should any doubt Mr. McCormick' statement, he relets to the following gentlemen : Hon. Win. Itiglcr, ex-Governor, Pennsylvania Hon. Thou. 11. Florence, l'liiladelphia. Iloil... (J. Klioi. .Tudce. )nl.-w1,,liih,,i Hon. J. S. IJhick, Judge, Philadelphia! lion, 1), It. Porter, ex-downier, Pennsylva Hon. Ullis Levis, Judge, Philadelphia, on. Jt.C. fin er. Judge, U. S. Court, Hon. O. W. Woodward, Judge, Philadelphia. .v. i-oriei, uity isolti-itor, I'hiludel. Hon. John JJigler, ox-tiovornor. California, lloii. h, Hanks, Aiiditoi-tieiieial.WiiHhiugton, And ni(iii) others, if mcessary. Sold by allDiuggists and Dealers everywhere. Ilewaro ot counterfeits. Ask I'm Heln'ibold's. take no other. Price -23 per bottle, or six bottles tor lli.00. Deliveru.l to any address. Ufc&cribc- -.ymptoms iu all coinmiiuicatioiiH. . Address II. T.HKLMllOIil), Drug and Chem ical warehouse, 5'Jt Uroadway, X. y. None aregeiiuine unless done up in steel-en. graved wrapper, with fac-siinile of mv Chemical Warehouse, and signed , H.T. HKLMllObU. dw-ti'J-S CtLOTHIXCl, CLOTHIXCI, CLOTHING, ' CLUTJIING ! 't he largest Stock of Clothing, Hats and Caps and furnishing Oaods ever offered for sale in crniont, is now opened at WM. N. SMITH. !c CO'S, of all kinds l'iii,n,i,l,.i-..,i i . Corsets : Skirts : White Goods : Kin,, KlniiiinU1 A Splendid line of Gloves and Hosiery. Worsted -All Shades. ISoimets and Hats I lt 1 1 1 ii i i1 iit Mm fit..u 'arts and New 'ork St vies. PLEASE CALIi AND SEE ! ! 20-lt-t. St, Albans Marble Works- nTHE subscribtr would respeettully announce X to tho Citizens of Franklin County that he has opened a MARBLE SHOP in St. Albans, on Centre Sheet, a lew diois west of It. lirainerd's Drug Store, and is pre pared to furnish Foreign nml 1) luevtli Marble .iIiiiiiiiiiiiiiIn, Tciiuli Sloni-N and in short, everything eomtected with the busi ness, at reasonable prices, and satisfaction given or no pay required. Persons wishing to erect memorials to de parted friends will do well to call before pur chasing elsewheie, e,! . , L- A- DltOWNKLL. .St. Albans, Slarch ,'U, lS(!i). fiC2tf EMPOBIUM OF FASHION, SPRING OF 1869. Our .Millinery department is in churce of a competent milliner. Drccs .Making douu to order in tho most an. proved manner. This departmont is in charge of MISS J. .M. DUMAd, who will bo happv to. sco tho former patrons of this establishment. Wo study to lifeaso Our iiriees aro low. Couu and sco 1 MISS MAlty K. I'LItltY. Successor to Mis Diinias. St. Albans, Vt., May 7th, ltj(i!. :!nftf NKW Stylo of Full atl Winter C.uia just ceiveit at WM, N. SMITH, A C rc Co.