LOCAL AND STATE ITEMS.
The Soldiera' Aid Society meets at Rev.
W. Thayer's next Tuesday.
Ve have had another week of mild
veather, some of it very pleasant, and some
rainv. We have reached the last week in
Xovember without as yet the least show of
iiiow or hard ly any cold weather.
We understand that Waterford voted in
ivm meetin,' to give volunteers under this
hat call $300. East Montpelier .md Middle
sex otler $200, and Rutland $500 to actual
reidents of the town who enlist.
We learn that Mr. Dana has sold his
lot eat of the Union School house to the
dUtrict, and that he has purchased Mr.
Ciough s house and the lot north of it where
the old Martin House was bumed. We
c.jngratulate the district on the fine park
they will have. It is just what our village
The Methodist and South church socie
ties meet with the North at the latter house
lor thanksgiving services to-morrow. There
will he a contribution taken for the Sanitary
and Cliristian Comuiissions on that day.
lloth these societies have for their object the
ameiioration of the condition of our Union
suidiers, and both are doing a rast and no
bie work. Let the people give them the
support without whieh they will be power-Itf-..
These societies each have appeals iir
i.ils paper, the one on the first, and the oth
tr on the fourth page.
Friends in other towns will oblige us by
iiifjrming us from tinie to time how volun-tt-ering
progresses in their vieinity.
The December term of Caledonia coun
ty eourt cominences at this place next Tues-
There have been niany good proclama
tions wiitten this year, among whicb is that
oj '.Kr O'.vn Governor Smith; but Govemor
Morto.i of Indiana says it all in the follow
i il' sen'.ence : " Lft the people praise and
th.mk Aimighly God for the inany mevcies
He !t.;i shuwn us during the past year, and
pray Ilini, with humble hearts, to still pvo
ttct, ciiide and bless us, and restore the ines
timvue blesshigs of unity and peace to our
blt'fding ai.d suiTering country."
The Messrs. Fairbanks conceived the hap
jiy ii!'a of surprising each head of a family
in their cinploy wita a turkey for thanksgiv
ing. A rtference to their pay roll revealed
the fact that they had two hundred and thir
ty such men, each one of vihom received his
turkey yesterday. The Messrs. Fairbanks
now einploy four hundred men. Last pay
they voluntarily raised the price of board
-o cents per week on account of the advanc-t-d
rates of living.
At the town meeting held last Thursday,
it was voted without a dissenting voice, to
n eacli recruit from this town under the
Cctll of the PresiGent for 300,000 men, $300
on his being mustered into the United States'
service. This together with the bounty of
$;J02 oifered by government, and the regu-
lar pay of $20 per month, makes Boldiering
the best pajing businessnow followed. The
selcctmen have opened a recruiting office in
Juttredge's building, over S. Jewelt's and E.
J Brown's stoics.
" Sam " has been around, and among
the many things which he has left at the
bookstores and shops is an almost endless
variety of pocket diaries for 1SG4. An early
call will ensure a good assrtment to select
An enthusiastic meeeting of our citizens
was held at t.he Town lial!, Saturday evening,
at which remarks were made by severai gen
tlemen of this town, the tendency of which
was to induce men to enlist under the call of
the l'resident for three hundred thousand
mire volunteers. As a result five young
men came forward and signed the recruiting
papers of the selectmen. Up to Wednesday
morning of this week 20 men of our quota
of S0, had enlisted from this town. On
Wednesday evening, Nov. 1b, Col. Stephen
Tnumas, of the 8th Vermont regiment, is ad
vertised to speak at the Town liall. Col.
Thomas had been a leading democrat of this
state for a number of years previous to the
breaking out of the rebellion. He went to
Louisiana with Gen. Butler, and like him his
views have changed somewhat respecting the
gieat qncstions of the day. Col. Thomas
has been speaking about our state for sever
ai weeks, and if we can believe the reports,
he is doing much to encourajje volunteering.
Tne l'ree Press says of him : " Hc 1ns ha-1
a taste of the rebellion and learned to detest
and abhoi its villany with his whole suul.
He knows the lie upon which it is founded,
for he has mei it face to face and curted it
with a bitter hatred." All that can will
wart to h-ar the gallant colonel to-night.
By rtference to advertisement in another
column it will be seen that Col. Randall of
the 13th regiment will address the inhabi
tants of severai towns in the county next
week. llis addresses will be calculated to
stir up the patriotism of the people in rtfer
ence to filling up the depleted ranks of our
Dentii bv Lihtninj,'.
Wm. A. llibbard, son of Wm. Hibbard,
of Glover, was instantly killed by lightning
in Leavenworth City, Kansas, Nov. 4, aged
Ji'J. This aflliction falls heavily upon his pa
rents as their three other sons are at Chat
tanooga, in the cause of their country. A
large circle of friends mourn his loss.
E. McDougall Cloaks.
C. Raxter Excise Tax notice.
Ilarvey Silsby Liberation.
Landon Cram's est Com'rs notice.
Wm. Graham's est Settlement notice.
G. B. Bullard War meeting.
G. H. & J. M. Weeks Sieiehs.
H. A.JMooney Selling off lloots &Shoes.
liall Hi-gius IV, Up.
E. Halt -List of Letters.
John A. Darling (,f the Lyndon House
was fined SS0 and costs, Tuesday, for viola
tin : ibt liquor law. . Total $100.09. Surcly
' JorJon'jj a hard road to trabell"
Pay iu Advance.
luuai oi our sunscnoers iook auvanlage
of our advance terms last winter. Friends, of our hospiu'.-.
we thank you, and would now onlv remind rr... i
t, ' ' . . . ' lcimau lwomen wii.. ..-gged something to eat at
you that most of your subscnptions expire a Mr. UrownV i. Bennington, a few days
in December, and a renewal of the same is ! s'nce nobbled up u valuable gold watch.
hoped for. Our readers will bear in mind , Wortiiy Boy. The Bennington Banner
that white paper stock and everything else sav8. a gentleman lost his pocket book, con
that we use in office or house has advanced I taininS a larSe amount of money, in that
at lwet ".( nn .u f m r, ! town a few days ajro. The gentleman offered
at least o0 per cent., the price of The Cale- ( him a rewar(1 f whiche refu8Scl
doman is the same it has been for the past ; ing he had only done what was right, and
ten years, to those who pay down. It is on-' njs father wou'd not like him to take it.
ly to those who choose not to pay in advance ' That bo' 5sn,t likel-v t0 lurn out a rascal-
that we have raised our rates. Our terms
are kept standing on first page. (3t)
Runi and ltioting.
liuni and rioting are associate terms, the
latter being a very sure consequent of the
former. This was very satisfactorily dem
onstrated no longer ago than last Saturday
at Lyndon. On Thursday night of last
week, heriff Ide siezed about one hundred
gallons of liquors at S. W. Fisher's, and the
two hotels in Lyndon ; the trial came off
Saturday, and the liquor confiscated ar.cord- i
ing to law. Saturday eening a company of I
professedly "young men," (and
Someot a larger growth It Was Said Who j
, . , ,u n
UareU not appear) came up to the Centre
where it was supposed the " papers " issued
for the seizure, passed through the village in
an uncivil and boisterous manner and short-
lv returned. callinsr at one or twn nnwtP
resiuences UUrillg tne time. llaltinj' their I
teams, a part 01 the Crowd, ten or a dozen
nerhaus, eiltereU the harness Khnn. and nfrpi-
.. ... .
ngunng aoout awhile, msultingly took a bot
tle from their pocket and drank " all round."
this was not sufficient : impudenue, profani
ty and threats were freely exhibited, till the
owner of the premies civilly ordered them
" b w.wmu iuU uic uuu
Was not vet in nnint nf lnw at l.ntt
"OL - 1 ln 110UU 01 laW al least Ult
wished to apolngize, saying they meant no
harm to him, but that John A. Darliiig at
the Comer, fiotn whom a good sharu of the
liquor had tieen taken, furaished them with
teams and the rum to raise a row with some
of the aids of prosecution ; thus proving the
in3tigator of the affdir. Now there is a law,
just, and especially applicable to just such
insiigators and olfenders ; and it is the pub
lic will that it be enforced without reserve.
Order and good government demand it. It
is but a trial of temperance against rum ;
right against nrong; the law against viold
tors and ofl'enders ; order, peace and human
ity against druriltenness and barbarism. Our
temperance law is a good one, and none too
severe. It was made by the people to be
enforced for the people's good, and wherever
put to tlie test by earnest luw and order
men. It ha iiHVpr frtilnd tn noenmnlitsh tlu
. . . i
desired result. A bill was lntroduced at the
Uia cucilnn r thu lfxrioUt...... v,.,.,i. .i,.. :
mtluence of liquor dealers, it was said, to j
repeal the present law, and OHtablish the old
license system as in the dajs of the " dirk
ages." What was the result? Xot an ad
vocate had the bill, so unanimous was the
feeling against it. The present liquor law is
satisfactory to the people a few unprinci
pled mm-venders and drinkers, including
gamblers and rioters, only to the contrary.
Let every law and order tnan be possessed
of manly independence and courage enough
to put the law in force; cirry out its provi
sions as intended by its originators, and our
tiurn nftnnti' nnrl ctntn nrMtlrl K . f.i.l
drunkenness and crime ; our poor-houses !
and tiresides neaceful. nrosnerous an.l liannv. '
o i .-. i i 1
v50 let lt De : lNC'UG. !
WkIX )O.VE Tl I KTFOIt l). Ca p t . SiiXt'
informs us that he enlisted six men for the
third Vt. Light Battery, at Thetford Uill. on j
the evening of the 19th inst. Their names
n ( r- .. u m ri ti 'p ir
are b. (4. Gare), H. 1 . Llosson, 11. I. Har-
dy.N. W. Smith, G. M. Moore and 15. M.
The Woodstock Railroad is now being
Biirveyed by Hon. Thomas E. Powers and
Hosea Doton, Esq., of Pomfret.
Samuel W. Thayer, Jr., M. D., has been
detailed as Acting Ass't Surgeon Geueral of
Will the Burlington Sentinel niake a
note of it that three colored men have en
listed from Woodstock for three vears or
Their names are Norman
Bradish, William Wentworth, and Edward
DuuiiAM Cati'LE. The Ereeman says :
One day last week, Mr. Chas. K. Gray, of)
East Montpelier, drove through Montiiulier, .
011 their way to his f.irm, tvnt-five head of
. " . r .
U'arlings ana two years-oiu catue oi me
short-hornt-d Durhatn blood. Mr. Grny
, , ..... . ,T ..
son counties, Onio, fur himself and some 0
his neighhors, who, like himself, take an in
lerest in raising good aml valuable stock.
The Ni.nth Regiment. A lette
r. 1." r r ...1 .i, (i.;, ,i.,r,.,i
Newport U.irracks, X'ewbern, X'. C, Inov. 12,
sajs that seven companies of the regiment
are at Newport Jjarracks, on tLe line of the
railroad between Xewbern and lieaufort.
The remaining three coninanit.s are from
three to Uve milts to the front doing pirket
duty. The heakh ol the boy? has been much
improved since they arrived at Xewbern.
The post oilice address of the regiment is
Xewbern, North Carolina, via X'ew York.
The Cavalhy Regiment. A private let
ter irom me cavairy iniortns us that tlie vt-gi-
ment came. off picket on the Rapidan on the
forenoon of the loth insl. The resiment
was to be paid next day. It is not thought
that the cavairy boys will re-enlist for three
years under its present organization. Lieut.
Col. Preston is quite unwell and is in the
corps hospital at Warrenton Junction. The
regiment miss him very much.
Vermont Soldiers. The Springfielu R
publican says : The good offices of the Chris-1
tian Commission and their hospital, the Sold-1
ier's Rest, were disnensed on Satuidav to bo
sick VTermont soldiirs, mostly from the 10th
infantry and 1st cavairy, on their way to the
Brattleboro hospital. ihey were under
Mrs. Major Gage.wl.o received lier
)n from the Government for her
i .i . flc. - i ir. ,
orave ut.u "iiicietu ber lces on severai v ea
tprn hattle-fields.. She has nassfcil thrniiL'h
no les than fomteen battles, besides being,
ot mealculable -rvice to our soldiers in nianv
Sabiuth Schools i. Vermont. The
friends of Sabbath schools in this state held
a state convention at Montpelier last week.
There was quite a large attendance. An or
gam'zation was formed, taken from all the
paslors of the Evangelical churches, and the
superintendents and delegates of the Evan
gelical schools in the state, and the followwg
ofricers were chosen : Rev. N. P. Foster,
president ; H. D. Hopkins, Esq., F. C.
White, Esq., Rev. J. L. Sinclair, W. A.
Burnett, Esq., vice-presidents ; Rev. J. T.
Ford, recording secretary; J. Tucker, Jr.,
corresponding secretary and treasurer. A
corresponding secretary from each county
was also chosen.
Cominp: Hack. Iluudreds f
fellows lrora the battle-Helds are llmnini
aul can be Biven bythe bencvolent than a box (iScts)
01 race' celrbrated Sa've? Atiuiely application ol It
,ay ,.revent many a foul ulcer, or cufe those already es-
tauilieil l or bu us, scalds, tlesh woiiiitls. strains.
hrniscs. cvii!u-ions. veetable ioloni 011 the t-kln, lasect
bites anil i.ilt's. (irace's Salve is n sovtreipn remed. It
contains nothiiiK iioi.lous,aud ls alreaily famous for Sts
curc'o. iJce advurtiavmcut in anuther column. 74:75
Jlicroscopic Photosraphs. C. II. Whce-
Ier t Co.,5 i 7 K-sex St., Ho-ton, have Nitue photograplis
sikss, deMgned ior the mIcroscope; aiuontr them is
the l,ordS l'rayer, n a space less than liall the
sl7e P''s litad,andcontaiuinj;3 S perfectly lornted
letters. L'nder the niicroicope il appears as it" printed
witlitvpe 'llic-e pliotoL'rpplis are lir u:;lit out Ieauti-
iully by the C'rafe miiTocope, l'Twliich Messrs. Wheeler
.t C are .ieiits. l'riie f the nhotoraphs 50 ceuts each.
They wih beaent by mail for tliat sum. 7lwl
I'aniicrs, who .ire at woik in tlio opcn air so
mucli, liave olten ielt a paln in theback which coiiM not
he fi!aiiifil. but u hicli emiM only be helpeii. and that
not a ureat deal. by hard rubliin'. This pain wiu be telt
this I.ill wiieii tlie liarve.-tin is ovt-r, and th" cool win'ls
ol .N'ovem' er succeeil tlie p!eat.ant breezes oi tlie carly
autumn. lluiibiiiK and tood lianneis uillonly put oil' the
,,vll;l ,,;,. ,vhiIeabottleot'Kennfd-s Kheumatic Unv
1 lm'"! will work .i ctire, and tlie laruier uiay enjoy lus
(nwhfs rest without haviug to call lor a rubbhij; or a
Aiiioiii,' th(! NotaMe L;ihor-Savin 31a-
chines. Putnanr- Cfcithes Wrincr Justly lioldi a place.
li iisina it oiirseivet, we cau truiy say that It not only
ives liiin h l.il.r. bui i-. al etonoinical iu that it caies
leurar in svriuj;iii4 ilothw, and coiiMimes but one
th'n! ihe tinie. !.. V ()berver, Nov. lta.
Wecm reconirnend it with the utmo.-.t conlidcnce. It
le us tt'-rk thoroiighly, e.pcditIouly,and without m
linytii the cloliies. Uvery lauiily should luve one
.Ciirt-tUn Iulelilxt'iuvr. 71vl
Mvainhia'ioii ot Teac!i(M. Thc Sup r-
ititlnileiit (" S. li'inN iu llartiet will attend t the exam
inati u and lii eiiiu of teai-hers, for the w inter cliools.
nt iii1' sclio-il hr.u al .Mclndoes KalN, on S.iturdav, ov.
at - u'lloik r. m. 73.71 K. W. CAlUJKK.'Supt.
T !)r. Tubias Vein'tian'T' T
Pint bott'.es at fifty cents each, for thc curc of
latneno-s. scrtitclics, wind gall, sprains. bniiscs,
&Iltnt, cits, colic. i-hpjiin;; stule, ovi-r-hcatin,
.-orc throat. nail in the fnot, ctc It is warranted
ch aj)cr and bettfr than any other artic-le cvcr
liTcrcd to the public. Thoubands of aiiimaN
have t)f on cured of the colic and over-licatiiit; by
this linimt'iit; and hundrcds that were crippled
and lame have b?en restored to their forrtier viu
nr It is uscd by all horsemen throinihout the
Utes- Uitlers are constantly received from tlie
racim; stHhies ot I'.ngiaiut tor iresii suppnps oi
Ihis invaluable articlij. Over 'J,o00 tcstimonials
h.iu- been rcceixed. Bemcmber, 50 cents laid
out in t'nie mav save the life of votir hor.e.
SohM,y all druggists. Otlicc, V T
V .I.oGCouitlandt st..N Y. 7-'.7o V .1.
tiv .MarrUL-f, liirths and Heatlis tuerteil Pkee,
Ottituaries, iiii.ladin,; poetry.niserieil at cixyents a line in
Jnthisviila-'e, N'ov. 20, Calita Web-fter, asjed
T years 1 1 monms ana ii uays, wuc m iiou
? In No'thumbcrland, N. H.. Nov.S, of consunp-
tion, Mrs. Anna (ircen, w:fe of -Martin W .
Thomas. at;ed '1') years.
In Roxbury, Mass.. Oct. 28. Ebcnezer Cham
bcrlin. acd ( '. formerly of Peacham
ln thedeath of Mr. Chainberlin. the cniiiim-
nity in which lie lied are most truly bereaved.
As husbaml. father, brother. fricml.it is rare
that wemceet nne of stronjrer attachments. I os-
sessed of a svmnathetic. trenerous naturc, his
hcait was evcr "oi.en to the oppressed and sor-
S T 111 S'lllHTIl. 114 1 I X'
mmijii i . i c i i iw.111
yv .xit. uu.-.i.'w .
n i n r i-j.i i . -i-. i-i-
uoi. i . v . ivauuau o, u.e .o.n m-m. u oi.
.nd other sp?akers fromhbroad will address upon
thesuhject of the WAR. thc inhabitants of
Giotui, Monuay, cventni;, Nov ,0 at o clock.
lUcsjate, Tuesday, Dec. 1. at l o'clock r M.
,.:.mi., rosdav. l)-c. 1. at 7 o'clock r. m.
I'cactiani. u e(ine--(iay. iice ai 1 o ciock r. m.
Danville. Wedncsdav, Dec. 2. at 7 o'clock i m.
1 1 T"k l t f 1 . 1
St. Johnsburv 15 Thursdiy. I)ee.:, 1 o'clock v.M.
St. Joht sburv, Thursdaj, Dec. ."i, o clock v M.
St. Johnbui', C, Friday, Drc. 1, 7 o'clock r. m.
Lower ateifordaturday, Dec. o.l 0 clock r.M
T)eote one eveniii!rat least to the causc of your
countrv, and show by your prcsence that you are
alive to lier neccssities.
The ladies are particularlv invitcd to attend.
GATES B. BULLARD.
71:wl Supt. of Recruiting Service.
Q LOAKS ! CLOAKS ! !
TUE LATEST STYLES OF CLOAKS
Just received at E. McDOUGALL'S.
St. Johnsbury, Nov. 2"i, 18G:L 74:70
2 ALL & HIGGINS
1 Would say to al! who have unscttled accounts
j with them that unless thev settlc-the same be-
; fm. tia. 10th of Januarv 151 they will be oblig-
1 ed to bcttle the s.,mc .uth an aUorney,
St. .Tohnburv, Nov. '2. lS'i!. 7-1 -7G
T IST OF LETTr.RS renmining in the
S 1 Pt.vt nttli'O St. .Tftlins'nirv. Vt.. nv .". lRflt
Bludjjrtt T. G.
Brook.i M. Mrs.
Page M. Mrs.
Robcrts A- J.
Spaulding M P.
now A B Miss
; Da .tohn.
! Danly A. Mrs.
! Da-ie .V Kimball.
Wells A Miss
Whecler Z B Mrs
Yoiut a V
Young M J
EMERSOX UALL, P. M.
PROCTOR 15- V E A Z Y
Attomeys ond Counsellors at Law. will prose
cute all var claims, and ob'ain pension.s, boun-
ties aml back pay. Olfice in Crampton & Nichols'
Block, Mcrchant s How, - - HUT i.ANl), Vt.
70:S2 W G. Veazy.
- ! jOR COLD
A new lot of Cloaks, just received, and for
i sale cheap, by
y g "yT
MRS. H. W. FLEETWOOD
Has just received a new and choice assortment
1 t T T T AT P n V fi n n n 1
1 1 ,rr, t" rlntT- Cwin,- rli'.Uc nrr.lt,t
1. , r. c. . ii m
m' ot oioves. uosiery, ooniags, OlC.,xc. rieasc
- j call and examine
In the Buiidinr North of J. C. Bingham's
71:tf Apothecary Shop.
: XRICOSXiiEE !
Jj A D I E S
the; You are invited to an examination of mv
eiV soods-consistin.i of a large assortmcnt of
j Dress Good, Shawls, Cloaks and Cloakings, Nu-
; inas, lloods. Cloads and all articies usually call-
' d f.ir. Thev will be soid at a tma
- , , '
fM. U. 1WW K. JKWKTTS.
The attention of the ladies ofSt. Johnsburyand
vieinity is called to the large and fashionable as
Unusual attractions in this departraent will be
offered this season.
Thc immense business of this establtshtnent
will warrant the proprietor in selling goods at a
VERY LOW RATE.
A good stock of Thibcts, BeLains, Alpacca
and other Drcss Goods.
'D " No trouble to show Goods ! "0
St. Johnsbury, Sept. 17, 1SG3. 6-ittf
AT DEPOT CLOTHING STORE,
ST. JOHNSBURY, VT.
The subscriber offers to the public his Fall and
Winter Stnck of Cloths and Clothitig at prices
a little advance from cost for cash, consisting of
cven thing in the line of
Excrpt thc IJont. Thankfnl for past favors and
soiicitiu a cominuance of the same. I am
r. 11. nou'Toy.
N. B. All pcrsons indcbtcd to Wiu. II. Hor
ton. by Book or Note. are reiptestcd to call and
settlc tiie same on or bcfore the 1st of December
ISG3, after that date they will be found in the
h.Mids of Messrs. Stoddard X- Clark for immediate
cilt i-tion. 'lake this for uranted.
G'.I.S'J " V. II. 1IOKTOX.
g P E C I A L NOTICE!
Tlie most etcnsive and dcsirah'.e Stock of
turniture m this nart of the State canbefouml at
EUHXlTUltE 11 O O M S
x J- x u it j 'tuuJto.
fter an cxiiericnce of ten vears in the buMtiess
I flattcr mvself that my stock of i:oods fur supe
rior workmajt-hip and bcatitv if desimi caniut
bebcitcn. My tjooils an kll tiotiuht for CA'1I,
and as I am dctermitied not to be undersold. I
think I can makc it t;ratU to the aihantai'c of
Imvcrs to c.-.ainiiie m st k a to cmalitv and
I)r;V bofore Diiri hainir clsewhere. I have iut
rcturncd from niatkct and liio now m .store an
f.UIVAI.I.i:il AOUTME.NT OF
Chaniber Sets, Sofas,
Rock and I'arlor Chairs,
Hure.itm, Uedsteads. Sinks,
Toilet Stands. Extention,
Diiuuir. Cer.ter and Card
Tables. Cane and W uid Sea Chairs and
lcks. Hat Trees and What Nots. AKo.
L60KIXG GLASSES, LOi'NG i' S. MAT-
TUESSKS. I'KATIIKR BKDS,
onoiv"' i)l.'lie t.
01 JVI ,
,t : . . . . .. i .. , i . .
a;niii'; uu'.iui iuiuiuie uiiu .wiei iu nm
f,r.... ,!... l.o f... II. ,1 olwo.v.or I f.'.nl tl.,f T
1,1. m,.. ..-.-..v.. . .
. , ...
have it in my power to piease all wno may lavor
t . n.vi.Ii,
Yusl door south of St. Johnsburv House,
CO-tf. Main Stueet
r 1 N T E 11 GOODS!
AT X. M. JOIIXSOX'S,
HAILItOAD STKEET, ST. JOIINSHUKY, Vf.
Nov. 10, 1SG3.
II A I. V -WOO h
r o u
AT N. M. JOIIXSOX'S.
Thc subscriber has rented the blacksmith shop
situated at the north end of railroad strect, where
hc inteiids to carrv 011 the business 111 all branchcs
ustially done in a ciitom shop. I'lease call and
have vour work done at short notice. I'articular
attention paid to shocim; horscs. A. P. IIALE-
St. Johiisbun , Aov. 2, 1SG3. 7'2tf
TLE UP, Oll-
The demands due the lale firm of Dns. SAN-
BORN & HOLBROOK can bc settled with the
subscriber or Dr. Sanbora, without costs, if done
pnorto Januarv 1, lfGt. Aiter that dati collec-
lion will be enforced with costs 011 cvrrvthin' rc-
inaiuing due. as it is neccssary to tijuare the com
pany books, 111 order to settle the estate of Dr.
llolbrook. JONA1HAN ROSS.
Nov. 10, 1SG3. 72:78
UURE DRUGS & MEDICLNES !
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY,
Anda well sclected varietv of Yankee Notions.
Paints, Oils, Vamishes, hrushes, and nearly ev-
ery articlc necded oy painters
Bc found at our store on Railroad St
for pabt favors. we liatter ourselves. that bv strict
I o ttontliiM In .mr- nnlllllir n Tltl linv orlnu f. tin
1 i. it .: - ?t , i
unies, wesnau coauuue iu rttenciuuerai snare
I ne ....i. t: ... ir v tirWT
Ui puuiiu laiiuiiair. ai.. a uuii
n iMini i
St. Johnsbury, Nov. 11, 1S63.
TOIICE. Ihis rnay Ceruty inat
his time withliberty to transact business for hini-
selt and I shall pay none ot his uebts. nor claim
anv ol his earnms's after tnis date.
W. J. Gihson, Witness.
Nov. 7, 18G3.
for UOYS' C0PPE11-T1PPED BOOTS
I v9t Por sale bj I.B.GQIilLAI
r R A N D
BOOTS & SHOES:
Of all kinds.qualities and styles
manufactured in the best work-
manlike manner and at short notice.
bv I.B. GORHAM.
Oct 1863 . 67:S0
Can cet at aur ofttce tickets from White Rlver Junctlon
to Opdensburp. vla steamer toToronto. vla rail to Water- ,
town and Kome rallroad, liurliuton via Kutlau-l. llellows ;
Falls vla Kutland. aud Sprinstield over the New York
C'entraland Great Western llailnwd at low rates toallj
points west. 67rfO J. U. BUTLKK. St. Johnsbury.
j. jj. Aitiiuii, liaruet. juu.n a it.. i.ynuou
JEW HAKNESS SHOP!
The subscriber would sav to thc people of St.
Tl 1 . .11 !!
Jonnsoury ana vieinity inat. ne nas opeueu a new
Ox EASTERN AYENUE, St. JOIIXSBURY,
Threedoors below the Cai.kdoxian" Office, where
he will keep on hand, or tnake to order,
ALL KINDS OF HARNESSES.
R1DING AND DRIV1NG 3RIDLES,
IIALTERS, WIIIPS. Etc, Etc.
Bv kceninz exnerienced workmen, and dointr
good work at a fair price, he hopcs to merit the ,
patrnage of the public.
C Harncses cleaned. oiled and repaircd in j
the best manner and on ahortnoticc. j
Directly north of the Court Ilouse. St. Johns
A FAC T
Has the LARGEST and BEST SELECTEI)
Stock of Goods in his line of business in
Caledonia County, and those who
buy goods at his former
C 11 E A P VR1 C E S,
Can do so, as I bought most of my presen
15 TO 40 PER CENT LESS
Than they could be bought at the present
I keep constantly on hand a large assortmcntol j
Fine Uohl and Silcer American, Fivjlish
AND SWISS WATCIIKS,
All bought whpn Watches were 40 per cent less
A fine varictv of Jewelrv. Chatns. Smds, Lock
f ts, Bracelets, rins. Ladies' Onyx and Fine Gold
Set. latest styles. and various other styles too
numerous to mention. Also
S I L V E R SPOOXS,
Of my nwti manufacture. I alo engrave free ol
chanie at time of sale. both Silver and Plalcd
Spoons and Forks. Plated Warc such as
BASKKTS. CASTORS. SYRLT CUI'S.
Sl'OONS. FOUKS, KNIVhS, ETC.
SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES.
Of Gold, Silver and other kinds of hows. Jly !
assortment and cxperience are sticlt that I can !
fu'.ly supply the wants of those who can be help-'
ed. cqiialto any optician, and at one fourtli less I
A Morton's. antl Dawson. Warren & IlvdeV
celcbratcd Gold Pcnsand Kxtcnsion ("ase.-
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
Comentaries, School Books. Biblcs.
Blank Books, Children's Books, Gh't Books,
Shcet Music, I.ettt-r Paper., Envelopcs,
Best Ink made. ,cc., &c.
STEKh LlTHOGRAril ENGBAYINGS.
Oii raintitms. ricturcs f.r Gretian and Crayoi.
Paintiiii; con.tantly on hand Also, (ival and
SimarcGiltandRocwoodFramcs. Alart;e stock
KANCY GOtiDS AND GKKMAX TOVS,
Bird Casrs. Travdin Uas and Basketv. Tablf
and I'ocke? Cutlcry, I'erfumerv. Combs. Brushes.
Bortfoiios. Military Toys and Drums.
1) O G COLLARS.
Our laws rccinirc all dous to wear collar; with
the names of the owncr put on them. The collars
can bc had, and name put on them atmy store.
II A II? (m AIF.YTS
Made by Mrs C. C. Cmu
;n !t -.Ti.t mn.t
approved stvles. Hair Uken in exchaime for
Goods. also old liolil aml Mlver. aml premium
paid on Coin in oxohan.w for Goods.
All who wish to s.ivc the
GREAT ADYANCE OX GOOD
Plcase call soon for thounh mv .stock is now lare
, r0Iain S(. lon- md as I .have to buv
new iroods I shall be under the neccsitv of ad-
vancin; thc prices in jiroportion as I have to pay
Enyraviwj, Watch & and Jeictlnj Ilepairiny !
donc as usual and warranted.
3St C C. C1IILDS.
CLOTHES - WRINGEll,
Fatentcd Ihc. 17, 1SG1.
I Siniplicity. I5fliciency, Dunibility aud
EVERY FAMILY SHOULD POSSESS A
lst. lt is a rellcf to tlie liarJost iart ( wasliins-ilay.
2il. lt enables tlie wa.-liin to be loe in 1-3 !cs time.
:5H. It avf iih cost by i-avIii;; the tlullici.
4th. lt lttli-i to wash the clotlle as well a Jr.v them
"c believe itadvbJbleto irucurea I'utnau Wriinor.
lt. The rolls, hcins or vulisiiiizel ru;.5er. will btar
lmt nml coM water, aml will uellher break nor tear oll
!I. Our Imnroveu methnil ef l.i-tciiliis tlie nibber to
theshaft.ecureiltiiusbv letters lutentjust i--sucl. we
believe to be sujwrlor M any other.
34. The frauie beiiiKof irou, tlioroughly s;lvauiieil. all
laiiKcr trnni ruit ls removetf. aml the lijbillty lohriiik.
sweli.siiii, tc, so unavomauie 111 uuoacii luaclilues, ts
4th. The sairal ssuinis ovi-r the rolls rnnler thfc. mi-
chine sell-3!Justiii, so tli.it s'.'iallatnl larc artkles.
I p'.icity and Hriieiicy, taanytliins jetuflVred.
I Ctll It WLl WrillC tllOrOUShly aUVthillZ 1
l lllieatj u a ieu iiuiii wimouv uuv atieraii'u iiaic ci
7ti,. Xo :hiimbrscre3 or coiiiiillcaic.l lwteiiiiiis to
I ... . . 1. , . r ...
i Mraruuivr uei oui 01 oruer; il cau uc joMeiieu liiuiij iu
me tuo iii a miizic Ka)uu.
I . .
I iidc iuus jjre?cineu uui ,ie?. dcah ijuuiic iu
I acccpt or adopt them without provlns their correctiie.i.
I Tn thrv. vt-hn ilr.ntit if t.lir!l thc-ri; lw U tt tlit-
I Putnam Wrinser: tet lt Uiowu?hly; tetlt with auy.or
seles Take oue. try lt on washlngiay, anI lf m t entlrely
satbfdctory, returu it.
Acevts Wasted. Menof eiierzy.ariu sood character.
nihlns to engage ln the sale ol the Putiuw WKINUKK.
will be atl'ordeU escelleut lnJncements.
For particulars a to teruisaim tnetti'isoi saleddresi
Asento wanteil ln every town in Xurtheni Venauut, by
70:55 St. JoaUsbury, Vt.
Agea; lor Caledonia, Orl&uts, iscx aud laniQlHn Cwoa
' 1 t l! 1 V,
i I v
' tl j I
well as articies uueveii ln lUicKness.are c:rtaiu to receive j that hc has mtroduceu into his practtce as a sub
"Si ftunn, by which the i, stitute for chloroform, th. NITROUS OX1D1
n-iitpnpii to ihc tnb. wp iM-iti-v to i.o onrf.H,.!- in im- JA. which is now so eiiU'tisivelv uscu oy t!c
The undersigned having bought the stand formerly occupied by J. Bolxs,
SAY TO THE PUBLIC,
WE ARE NOW READY TO LNUFACTURE
To the entire satisfaction of our patrons. Gannents made
IN THE MOST THOROUGH MANNER !
Men and Boys' Clothes, also Ladies' Cloaks
CUT IN THE LATEST STTLES.
Constantly on hand a good assoitment of Rroadcloths, Doeskins. Cassimeres, Beavers
j Flannels, &c, also
Gents' FiirmsMng Goods,
aiicl E-eady Made Clotliing.
We sell for CASH ONLY, therefore as LOW AS THE LOWEST. Orders from
abroad will receive most careful attention.
HTJTCHINSON & COESEE,
A innipn!pnt lini.si rpntrallv lo-i
cated on Maiue St., will bc sold at a
very low fagure, as tue oivner inienus
leavinir the nhce. There is one quarter of an
j acre of pood land connected with the house.
' Tcnns of payment easy. For further particulars
cnuuirc of the subscriber on thc premises.
JAMES M. EDDY.
St. Johnsbury, Aug. 20, 1S63.
Y U R N I T U E E .
j I wish to say to the inhabitants of Caledonia
eotintv and viclnitv. that I have opened a new
. fur'iiture tore on'Railroad St , St. Johnsbury,!
. atul would ltixtte the attention ot all wno may ue
! iu xvant of uoods in my line to call and examine
i my .-tock of sjoods (which are all new) consisting
in part of
AVood Seat Nurse,
Wond ' Chairs,
" " Nurse,
Children's High chairs,
Cane Seat Chairs,
! .v- H.npfc-ror'ks.Snrinff Bcds.
! AUo rasv rocks and parlor chairs htc uoose
fcathers. mauresscs, hair and husk, and chair-hrr-ets
of different styles.
Also looki-i;la-:ses"and Inokins; t?las plates
which wi!l be set in old fratnesas desired.
A'.-o agood assortmcnt of new patterns of pic-
! tr.re fratm tmtuldings. Frames made to order
j and t;l .ss furuishec.
I if thrce difTercnt pattcnis and prices.
! I sv also ll'at 1 have constantly on hand
J a s:oud as.sortmcnt of ready made
and caskets lined and tritutned to suit.
n. nhnvn stnck of eoods I nurcli&sedata low-
..r ,irip( th.m 1 extiected m these times ot war,
...v . . . r
, and will ell for cahata very raau proiu.
rieasecatianu baiiM j.mvi...
j 1st dour Xort'a of the vvim-nnT)
, Su Johnsbury, Sept i, li-i
TICTORY LAND SALE.
The non-roident proprictors of the town of
Yir-nrr. in the countv of Essex, are hereby no-
t tilicd thit the tase assessed by said town within
...... TirpoAPilni this rlatp rrmiin eitner
m hc- or iii part ttnpaid on the following dc-
,cri.ed lands in said town, to wit :
Or owm-rs iunie.
Thnrnton A: Davis,
Atnt. U. Xo. Rangc.
no o 10 1
Willard Rced i Co.,
F. K. Laucy,
A. .1. Gun,
Sarah A. Hi'.e,
K. N". Norton,
F. E . Quimby, 9S acrcs,
Lomese Wells, town tax,
Aml so nmch of said lands willbe sold atpub-
lic auctioa 0.1 the 21th day of December, 1SG3, at
ten o'clock in the fornoon at the dwellmg house
of Willai d II. Kneeland in said Victory, as shall
bc rcquiMte to discharge said taxcs and cost un -
less previouslv paid
Dated at Victory, this 2d day of Xovcmbcr, 1S63.
DR. J L. PERKIXS, (succcssorto II
Newtox,) makes use of
X1TROUS OXIDE, OR LAUGIIING GAS !
s r.n JS ntvsthrtic for the cxtractton of teeth
without-pain. It is jdeasant to take, and the re
overy iiiotantancnus. Xo cffci t from the inha
Htion i flt afterwirds.
St. Johnvhury, Vt. 69tf
UY TIIE USE OF
XITROUS OXIDE GAS.
DR. KILBOURNE woulil say to thc public
tiest dentists in all the princspal cities. 1 he great
advantage whick this yas p.iseses over chlor
forui as au an-.esthettc is that it is I'EBF&cti.)
-ate IN ALL CASES Aci another adrantage i
that after havini; the tooth out, the patient cai
tmmeaiatciy tjo aoout nis ousiness ana not expe
rieuce anv of that lasitude, headache or othei
disagrceablc symptoxcs so commnn after takinj.
chloroform. 'Vhe gas is very .ileasant to take, it.
fact producei thc ino&t deligbtful .ensations.
Call al the orfice of Dr. Ktlbourne. corner Mau
and Central Sts.. St. Johnsbury. Vt. 70tf
Gilt, Rosewood and Wa'.nut Mouldings manu
factured into Fratnes to order. Also,
Oval Fratves for Photographs, Picture Glass
Cord, and Scxew Eyes, at II ALL'S.
Gg EOU ETLLER
ST. JOHNSBURY, VT.
j A-C-AJDJEM". "5T !
Fa.i Term becins Sept Ist ,1&3 Hnter Term,
Dec 1st, 1SG3 SprinRTena, Fb 17, 1S54 Sum
mer Term, Mav 19, 1SG4-
11ft J. K. COLBY. Prindpal.
GMCE'S fEHOMTED WB.
A SURE RELiEF FOR THE SUFFERER.
This Salve is a vegetable prcparation, invcnt
cd izi the I7th crntury, by Da. Wm. Gracb,
furgeon in King James's army. Through its
agcacy he cured thcusands of most serious sores
and vvounds that balilcl ihc Ekill of the most
cmintnt phrf.idant of liis day, and tvas regarded
by all who knew him as a puulic benefactor.
Grace'a Cslelratea Salvo cnresEunis.
Grace'a Celebrated Salvo ctircs Scalds.
Grace3 Celebrated Stlvo ccres Hesh "Womdl.
Grace's Cele'brateil Salvo ccres Coni.
Grcce's Celelratsd S&lva cares Teloas.
Grtce'a Celehratcd Salve cnresrroiea Iimb.
Grace's Celel:rated Saivo cnres"Weas.
Graro's CelehrEttd Sslvc cores CalloTises.
Gtzcz's CslDhrated Salvo cures Salt Bhsnia.
Gract's (klshrated Salvo cures Chilhlauii.
Grsce'a Celetratod Salve ccres Sore Bre&tt.
Grace'a Celehratca Salve cnrei Sore Iaps.
Grsce's Celebralei Salve carssErysipslajSorei.
Graco's Celebrated Salve curea Abscessai.
Grace's Celebrated Salvo cares TJlcers.
Grare's Celebrated Salvo cnres Chappecl Handl.
Graca's Celebrated Salvs curea Eiagwormi.
And from Sores and Wounds of the most serious
r.aturedowTi to a common Pimple. It eradi
catcs Pimples from the face, and bcautifies the
skin. There is no preparation before the public
that can cqual this Salve in prompt and ener
geric action for the speedy cure of external dis
eases. as tho'se tvho have tried its virtues testify.
Soldiers, Sailors, and Fishermen, vvill find this
Salve their best friend.
It has none of the irritating, heating proper
ties of other rcmedies, but cools, cleanses, and
heals the most serious Sores and Wounds.
Every family, and especially those containing
children, should keep a box on hand in case of
accident, for it will save them much trouble.
ctirTering, and money. All it wants is a fair
frial to cure old and invetcrate Sores.
PK1CS 25 CEXTS PER BOX.
George C. Goodwia Ji Co., 33 Han over St.,
i Roston,Seneral agents for New England. Grace s
1 Salve can be obtained at all the respectable drus-
i psts and country stores crery where. 44.9oi
in I7RESH GROUND OAT MEAL,
4.X1 From New 0at5, at BARNEY'S.
"ppA! HA! KEROSENE OIL
Is gcttin dtiwn, whcrc you can reach tt. Re
mcm'ber to'call at BARNEY'S.
20 pROOKERY. GLASS WARE3
And a good assortmcnt of Lamps, just re
ceived and for sale chcap,
OcL 14. bv E. JEWETT.
-TI-IIDES! HIDES ! !
The hiahcst niariet price paid for slauqjhter
0 I hidcs, by B. C. BURPEE.
' . Rsilroad St, St. Johnsbury, Vt.
j pTJJilSTMAS & TEY YEARS
j Abeautifulandappropriatearti tcforaholicUy gift,to
I W .ry0utip, Mbe
.MasnifieslOOdlanieters, or 10,000 times.
Altbough of a hlch mapnlfy
inspowcr. this ilicroscoie ls
M tai!e Uiat a chllJ can ue
lt for U reiuires no Hcal aj
JUnent; Uierrfore it ueither
laUguesthe eje, uor -uearies
the iiatieiice, like other illcro
swl'es. TU AHcrofcope tells me
that ln tlie leavts every lor
ert, and ln the llowers of every
canleu, and ln the waters of
every rlvnlet, there are worlds
teeuiing with Uie.aud number
less as iho plurles ot the nniia
I'Arenta who wUh tolnstruct
aud beuent their children as
well as luterest i.nd aciuso
them. will here lind the me&us
ol dolac so.
The lwpularlty of this Instru-
i uient is cuusiantiy on the ln-
creji. its iienectness as a
aiiicnncope. Its jwwer and Its
h apuess, are cprtalnly woa
lerluL rj-xnis niicruscoi)e.ln brass.
isseutby tuall, jKfelige aid.
lor $i25; or with C beautlful
niun:etwj vslur5J; orwiuii oujeci.ior j; orwim
oliject- for $i. itas paid. Iu hard nibber foriu cculs
:1 IJlUuIl lo Uje aljve-pntcs. jiuuxjicu oi'jrcis, xujj
j.umlr-r deilred frotc h ilf duxen Ui f jur d'zeu Uiilereut
jeUs ci be haa at the rute ol l.i3 a duzen.
Al.we have anlnterestins variety ol Jllcri-sooplc Pho-
uznii. amonc them isthe Lid'3 Prayer. ouiitainlnff
X3., but lu the luicroscoiie cau be red dlst:uctly. These
iie beauuiuuy monnted on glass siues,aaa mwc sciii uj
uail oj receipl of flftyceu's each.
lllasUaiedclrculars, wilhiislsf uiuunted objects and
diauscoplc i'UoUraphs. iU te sent on appllcUta.
Sos.5i 7 Ks'xat., Boston,
Sa- Dealers sopplle 1 au Ilberal lena 72al
AN 33USKIKK:S "ERAGRAKT
VuewandTaluablepreparation for the teeth.
Soldby J-C BINGHAM,
Rcad what our dentists saj about it:
-Mr. Bingham, Sir: liaring used one bottlc
f Soxodont, 1 can recouunend it as one of the
.est preparations for the teeth and guras cxtant.
t vill not retnove tartar after it becom.es
iard, vfat if it would, it would also destroj the
ceth,) but it will d all that any tooth wash
ughtto do, and is not injurious to the enamel
.f the tootk. Yours respectfuliy,
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