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TIIE RUTLAND WEEKLY HERALD, Til U USD AT, JUNE 13, 18K7
Trom the N. T. Tribunal Th Downfall ( Down r.t. Borne iieU-tormenUng Renins of more leisure than lucidity has been botherln his lll-trvti brlns to know what will be the social result, the religions and In tellectual and economical upshot, when all New Enalander of the bine blood ami real old Puritan stock have eml--r.ted to the West, and the six noble an iow prosperous HUtes which con gtiti. the s rest Yankee empire, have been rerruii 1 Irishmen, by Scotch men, i t EnEllf-.men, and by that mis cellan. -us cla- of foreigners usually designs -"I In 'He lump as Germans. Upon such a topic It Is easy for any one to generalize himself Into a perfect mud dle of apprehension to picture the Pope establishing a new Vatican In Beacon street, with dunReons In his cellar and an auto-da-fe on the Common to dream of Irishmen carving riymonth Rock Into a statue of St. Patrick to look for ward to the murky hour when Saxon speech shall be strange upon the shores of Massachusetts Bay, when Goethe and Schiller shall take the place of Shakes peare and Bouclcault in the theaters, and when lager beer and mountain dew shall supersede that ancient and famous fluid known in every clime as New England Rum. One by one the Congregational meeting-houses, with their pure faith and their wooden steeples or thrilling and impressive ugliness, wiir disappear ; the Jesuit will make the groves of Har vard resonant with the colloquial Latin ity of Corderins, and the congregation of the late Theodore Parker be banished to Bltka; the 'Squires will all be changea into Baronets, and the Ilonorables Into Dukes, while the English element.which was feeble from the first, will buy Ollen dorff Method of Studying German.and, having hung its harp on the old elm of the Common, drop its last "h" In an agony of sensibility. While New Eng land shall revive, great and glorious, upon the Paclfic'Coaat, the places that knew the Pilgrims shall know their chil dren nn more forever. In far off lands the descendents of the Eastern fathers shall etudv the Bigelow papers as the Jews studied David's poems by the wa ters of Babylon, and shall read of the age of Webster, of Wilson, and o( Emer son as we read now of the Norman in vasion or of the War of the Roses. But the fates have something still more dreadful in store for the happiest region under the eun. It is the opinion of the prophetic gentleman above allud ed to that, afu r undergoing her predes tinate metamorphosis, the degraded State of Massachusetts will send " a solid delegation of Democrats to Con gress." This is, indeed, a crusher. At such a prospect Philosophy refuses to be comforted, and Hope declines to spring any longer In the human breast. " Any thing but this !" we hear the respectable Yankee In his distress exclaiming : "any thing but this. Take any shape but this, and my firm nerves shall never tremble !" " Fell disease," he continues, "and ghastly poverty are nothing ; gene ral Insolvency, canker worms, and the cattle complaint are nothing ; foreign in vasions, with perpetual banishment, are nothing; but spare unhappy New Eng land this final and unmitigated degra dation ! let not the partial resurrection of a defunct party in Connecticut be come general from New Haven to Aroos took. This would be worse than the fate of Rome given up to blackguard Emperors, and invaded by yellow-haired barbarians." It is a hard case, we know, but we cannot in conscience offer the mourner any encouragement. In the overthrow and up-turn and general transmogrification and bedevilmeot of everything, perhaps Plymouth Rock, and the White Mountains, and the softly swelling hills of Berkshire may refuse any longer to cover the decease ! old party, and with a frightful vitality, it may squeak and gibber in Faneull Hall, and send a battalion of men, who, if not dead, ought to be, to represent it in Washington. Of course it would not be reputable to live any longer, even in Boston, after this ; and writing " Icha bod" with their walking-sticks upon their natal soil, those who have made New England great and good would de part (or different skies and distant prai ries Their exodus would be rapid and oniileie By way of preparation, they w.iold rada few verses in "The De-s- rte1 Village," and then, sadly pulling up tri. ir stakes, they would start for a new at.d unsophisticated Canaan. These prophetic visions are so somber that we are pleased to be able to say that we do not credit thee in the least. If we accurately know the Yankees, and we think we do, they are made of stun ton stiff and too stern to permit them selves to be shouldered out, of their an cestral Eden by anybody. Many of them will go, as many of them have gone, to found in fresh latitudes still newer New Euglands There may be many swarm ings from the old hive, but enough of the original stock will stay behind in It to keep up its character. It is the blood, in the long run, that tells. It Is Mynheer who Is to be translated, and the gentle man from Cork who Is to suffer a change "into something rich and strange." Herr Teufelsdrach will slowly but surely be molded into Mr. Smith, and Mr.O'Some body will have grandchildren named Bigelow. If the New England Jonathan, the lather of all the race of Jonathans throughout the world, cannot hold his own and a little over against all comers, then, not only Is he not the patriarch we take biro, to be, but there is no virtue In the district tchool-house. Let him alone ; of all mortal men he is most abundantly capable of taking care of himself. The State Ticket. We lay before our readers thejproceed ings of the Republican State Conven ioij. It was anticipated that 'he pro-o-rdlngs of this Convention would be ii , id .clous, as it was generally under stood, that though a new ticket was to be placed In nomination, very few of our citizens were known to be aspirants for places upon it. Mr. Page of Rutland was brought forward for the office of Governor with scarcely a shadow of op position, and Gen. Stephen Thomas found his name placed second on the ticket with almost equal unamlnity. Mr. Page la well known as a thorough business man, and his nomination is received by the people with a good deal of satisfac tion. The nomination of Mr. Thomas is still more cordially greeted, and from the fact, doubtless, that he entered so freely into the military service of the State and country In the war for the suppression of the Southern rebellion, lie showed himself a true soldier and patriot citizen during the severe years of trial the country passed through to preserve the nation "one and Insepara ble." The people remember such serv ice with gratitude, and Vermont will de light to honor Gen. Thomas. Years ago he was a candidate upon the ticket of thu Democratic party or the State for the cilice of Lieutenant-Governor. The same ticket was beaded by Paul Dilling ham, who has since with Oen. Thomas, though In a different line of service, showed himself equally a patriotic and true citizen of our Oreen Mountain State. Both candidates appeared before the Convention and signified their accept ance of the nominations in a few brief and pertinent remarks. Gen. Thomas and was he not rather cruel towards Andrew Johnson 1 said that should he change his political views from those of the party by which he had been nomi nated, he would reslsn his position. This has the true ring. No one fears Gen. Thomas will change his political views. He cannot but cleave to prlnci nles he has so often hazarded his life on fields of strife to maintain. They must by this time become ingrain. We will trust him, and so will all our people whose principles accord with those he nobly fought to sustain. Caledoim. I'olitlCrti IMotCS. The subject of temperance is being agitated in Maryland, and there is to be a State Convention in August. The Mayor of Augusta, Ga., an nounces in his message that there Is just $10 in the treasury with which to pay a floating debt of 112,O0O. The Republican 8tate Convention of Maine is called to meet at Augusta, June 27, to nominate a candidate for Governor. The Tribune goes in for taxing the country so that the revenue shall keep up to $500,000,000 a year, and the national debt be paid in ten years. Said an Englishman to Neal Dow the other day, "When will the United States pay the Confederate bonds'?" "When you pay the Fenian," replied Neal. The Detroit (Mich.) lawyers are trying to prevail on the State constitu tional convention to abolish the elective judiciary system, and substitute that of appointment, with terms of inereased length and salary. The difference between an accident and a misfortune is explained In this way : "If Wendell Phillips should fall Into the river," says the definition, "it would be an accident. If he should get out again it would be a misfortune." The last that was seen of ex -Vice President Breckinridge, of the defunct Confedracy, he was taking sherry cob blers at one of the tables of the Ameri can restaurant in the Paris Exhibition, with a couble of agents of Northern sewing machine companies. A national convention of ale and larger beer brewers Is now In session in Chicago, assembled for the purpose of taking immediate action in regard to the attempts that were being roads in different Slates "by certain fanatical in dividuals, to prevent the manufacture and consumption ef beer and ale." Lerd Monck, the newly appointed viceroy ot the Dominion of Canada, has been Governor General of Canada since 186'J, and has given general satisfaction, He has been a member of the British parliament, and has given much atten tion to agriculture, having carried off several prizes for the superiority of his cattle at the agricultural exhibition in Taris in 1862. Thaddeus Stevens has issusd a cir cular inviting all those who suffered in property by Lee's invasion of Pennsyl vania to forward him a list of their claims, as he says he intends to "press the payment of the damages done to loyal men out of the confiscated proper ty of the conquered belligerents." He suggests, also, that the loyal men of all the States who have been plundered by rebel raiders or confiscated by the Con federate States, or either of them, to form associations and furnish similar statistics. A Southern correspondent of the Chicago Tribune says that, after much observation, he begins to discern certain points, viz. : First, that the only party organization, having a principle, and acting on the aggressive, is the Republi can party. It is doing well wherever there is a good infusion of the right stripe of Northern men. The negroes in alt the towns along the main lines of travel are very radical. Secondly, there is a bitterer feeling prevailing against the North, against the Union and Con gress, than has existed before. The major portion of the old pro-slavery rebel element have determined to do nothing in support of reconstruction. Married and Single. A paper was read at a recent meeting of the Royal Society in Edinburg, on "the influence of marriage on the death-rate in Scot land," which stated that between twenty and twenty-five, the death-rate of bache lors, was exactly double that of married men. As the age increased, the difference in the death-rate as agalust the bachel ors decreased, but at every stage of life the advantage was in favor of married men. From twenty years to the close of life, the average age of married men was fifty-nine and a half, while that of bachelors was only forty. In the case of women, the results, though not as marked as in the case of men, were in favor of the married as compared with the unmarried. Tue Student's First Glass. A youth once threw bis head upon my knee in the bitterest agony, and said "0, cousin ! if I could only describe to you these awful feelings of insatiable thirst ! "It's like ten thousand devils gnawing at my vitals!" Said I, "Why will you not be persuaded to break off horn these habits of drink V He replied, "It Is impossi ble. I would give everything I own to be able to do it ; but the raging flre within can only be assuaged by another drink ; and another, and another, and another! and so it must go on till death ! Oh, it is hopeless ! hopeless !" And he a noble youth, with collegiate education, and native grace; of excell ent family connection, and having just completed srtrjrW r' 'aw, with fine opporli: .- - , . . . .. j-.a'.ofu,,. hufnra tiim In a few weeks from the time of that conversation he was found In the street, was taken to the alms bouse, and there died In a few days. Is more than one such record needed to prove the danger of taking the first glass 1 Youth' t Ttmpnanct Banner, Scleulittc ud Kiatimical Item. Gold has been found near Hunting ton, Indiana. The catacombs of Paris contain the bones and skulls of 1,200,000 men. A process of tanning leather with the juice of a wild plant, known as " hard hack," has been invented and proves successful. A Pennsylvania company are pros pecting In the town of Penobscot, Maine, for coal, and are stnguine that the indi cations of its existence are favorable. The New York World calls atten tion to the fact that there are in the United States 730,000 more males than females, as encouragement to spinsters. It is said that in digging a well in Pensacola, a few days ago, some negro laborers came upon a subterranean vault containing $310,000 In coin, supposed to have been burled during the Spanish oc cupation of the place. The Australian vintage this year is larger than was ever before known, and the yield of gold is increased over that of last year. Over 30,000 tons of bread stuffs have been sent to England, and lOfi.OOO tons more are ready . for transpor tation. A New Bedford paper says that a rage for collecting buttons has supersed ed the mania for gathering postage stamps. Queen Emma Is held responsi ble for the custom, and one New Bed ford girl has a thousand or more in her collection, no two of which are alike. The average depth of the Atlantic Ocean is estimated at 25,000 feet, and of the Pacific at 20,000. The deepest water in the Atlantic is off the island of 8t. Helena, which has been sounded 27,000 feet, or over live miles. The mail matter carried over the Boston and Providence Railroad since May 1, weighed 157,007 pounds 75,721 of which were sent from Boston and 81,353 received here ; Boston and Wor cester Railroad, 356,083 pounds from Boston, 295,272 ; received at Boston 150, 711 pounds. The amount transported by the Providence corporation was below the average of preceding, months. There is in England at present 117 societies of working men, sending re turns, possessed of an united capital, owned by 14S, 586 shareholders, of 761, 313 nearly four millions of dollars ; the same societies had a borrowed capita! of 112,733, over half a million of dol lars j they had made net profits in thi year 1865 of 279,226, over a, millior and a quarter; after paying 6 percent upon borrowed capital, the members hac thus realized an average upon their in vestments of over 35 per cent. "Regu lar traders" are very much opposed to cooperative shops, of course. A Committee of the Mechanics In stitute of San Francisco, appointed to report upon the intro tunnel project, which is todrain the mines of the famous Comstock Lode in Nevada, gives the yield of bullion for the mines in this vicinity in five years past at $63,000,100, equal to more than the entire product of Mexico. The ledge of silver-bering quartz dips at an angle of forty-fie de grees to the horizon, and some of the mines have already followed it lown ward six hundred feet. It is now pro posed to drive a shaft from the side of the mountain lower down, to strike the vein two thousand feet below tie pre sent working. The length of thii added tunnel will be four miles, and itsdiame ter twelve feet. The cost is estimated at two millions. A tax upon th; ores brought out is to be levied to pay the cost. The Central Pacific Railroad, which is to pass it within a year is ex pected to facilitate this great under taking by furnishing cheaper limber, machinery, and supplies. Our Platform. The resolutions adopted by theJState Convention of the 30th ult. are a lound, timely expression of the advancec ideas which Vermont Republicans enterbin on the absorbing questions of the hour. They are a confession of politica faith that no true, loyal man can hesLate to subscribe to, and we are sure tha every one of the principles therein enuiciated will, by-and-bye be so universally iccept ed that the only wonder will be hw any one lever held his assent from tiem. l.udlou- G turtle. New Sport. Three young nen, of sporting proclivities, residents of Albany, nave agreea on a swimming mach, to come off on the 25th inst. The sake is a silver cup, and the distance s only three miles. From the Manchester Mirror. Chronicles of the Times. Jeph the Repi diator Gettfh our of Trouble Horace of the House of Greeley Gettfh into Trouble. Concerning the bloody war which the hosts of wickedness did wage aganst the armies of Uncle Sam in the days rf Abra ham the martyr, and concerning Jjph the Repudiator, who was chief of tie great rebellion which fell before the valor of the mighty men in blue. 2. And concerning the raptureof Jeph when he would have lied away lv night in the guise of a woman. 3. Also concerning the casthg into prison and the feeding on bread aid water and all the things pertaining th-reto, it hath been written, and the world know eth it. 4. But it further came to pass in the third year of the reign of Andy tie wine bibber, that a certain officer, higl in re pute among the officers of Unce Sam, sent a messenger unto him who wai keeper over Jeph the Repudiator, saying, 5. Make haste now and bring lefore us thy prisoner, thdt we may judge him of all the things whereof he is accused ; and if he be guilty he shall pay the penalty. 6. But if he be innocent, thou shalt free him and let him go. 7. And the keeper did as it was com manded him, and brought Jeph and set him in the midst of the Temple of the Law to try him. 8. And when the officer made procla mation, saying, Let him who hath ought to say against this man stand forth and say it. 9. Behold there came of widows twice an hundred thousand, saying, Our hus bands be dead, and this man hath mur dered them. lU. And four times an hundred thou sand orphaus, saying, We lie father less, fr this man jeph hath killed our fathers. 11. And twice an hundred thousand fathers and mothers, saying. W'e he childless, lor this man hath destroyed our sons. 12. And twice ten million of men and women, saying, Our land is a land ot mourning ; our cities be destroyed and our fields be barren ; our substance passeth into the hand of the tax-gatherer, and tins man hath done it. 13. Likewise came Uncle Sam, saying, All this which my jeople lay to his charge and more hath he done. Now, then, let him die the death. 11. Nor let the hand of justice longer be stayed ; that henceforth there shall be no more treason nor rebellion nor war in all the land which Christopher the sailor found and gave unto me and my people. 1 5. And when these things were noised abroad there was joy in the hearts of the people. 16. For they said one to another, Now verily, this man shall reap his reward, and the devil shall receive his own again. 17. But they rejoiced overmuch, for they wist not that any man should inter pose to stay the hand of justice and save Jeph the Ivepudiator. IS. And thev said, The Copperheads, which be friends of Jeph, have no power over this officer, so Jeph shall surely die the death. l'J. But there was a certain man of the house of Greeley, of the sect of Re publicans, who dwelt in the Province of York, nigh unto John the Dead Hablut. "Jti. And this Greeley was of great learning and much lame, tor he was chief scribe of the Republicans of Ins Prov ince. 21. So also he was friendly to a!!, but hated no man, for his temper was as the temper of lead. 22. And his bowels of compassion were moved for Jeph the Repudiator, that he should save him. 23. So that he arose and sought out the officer of Uncle iSam, and said unto him. Let not this man .Jeph die the death, but free him and let him go. 21. And we will pay into the Treasury of Uncle Sam an hundred thousand pieces of silver, I and my friends, which are Copperheads of great possessions. 25. And it was done as Greeley de sired. 20. Now when the people knew what had been done, and that .leph would not answer for his crimes, they were exceeding wroth. 27. Insomuch that they said. Cursed le Greeley. 2S. Verily, we will no longer have this man to rtue over u.?, neither shall he be Chief Scribe any more. 29. And everywhere there went up the voice of disappointment, saying. Greeley is joined to the rebels, let him alone. And they let him alone severely. o0. But Jeph went Ins way, and came in a ship to the City of York to seek out Greeley ; and when he had found him he fell on his neck and kissed him. 31. After which he went away to the Province of the Kennucks. 32. Wherefore there was joy in the hearts of the Copperheads. NO CURE ALL. But if you want a medicine that will cure Chronic I not inilamatory) Rheumatism, Mumps Sore Throat, Swelling. Old Sores, Bruises, Toothache, Headache, Insect stin:s, I'aina in the Back and Chest, also, internally, Dianhn a, Dysentery, Colic, Croups and Vomitine, you have it in Dr. Tobias's Wonderful Venetian Liniment. It nerer fails wlfcn uaed according to the directions. Every drop of it is put up by Dr. Tobias himself, and he has done so for nineteen years.. His medicine is known through out the world. The best physicians recommend it. Thousands of certificates can be seen at the depot, 56 Courtlandt street. No faintly having children, should be without it in case of Croup. Thousands of children are saved by it annually. L'se it when first taken accord ing to the directions, and you will never lose a child. Ladies will And it invaluable in eradiat ing pimples and blotches. Only 5(1 cts, and $1 per bottle. Sold by the drugifts throughout the United States and in Europe. Depot 50 Courtland Street, New York. FISHER'S COUGH DROPS. A standard remedy for Coughs and Consump tion, prepared by G. V. Waliingford, grandson of the late Dr. Fisher. NASON, SYMONDS & CO., Kennebnnk, Me., Proprietors; G. C. GOODWIN & CO.. 38 Hanover street, Boston, N. E. Agents. maj2d&w3m D RUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, DYE STUFFS, honlder Braces, Trusses, Supporters, Surgical Instruments, Perfumery, Toilet Goods, Hair, Cloth and Tooth Brushes, Hair Oils, Essences, Extracts, Lamps, Chimneys, Traveling Bags and Baskets, waliets, FISHING TACKLE, Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Utensils, Flower 8eeds and articles too numerous to mention. We will sell at reduced prices to cor respond with the downward tendency of othet classes of goods. As we do not know how many goods onr neighbors have, we are unable to say whether we have the largest stock in the Town or State, but we have goods ENOUGH to meet the wants of the community at all times. We are alo Sol A-ent in Rutland for Lazarus & Morrt Oelebrated Perfected Spctacle3, rhieh have won a Wide reputation for their unequalled exce enc in aiding and preserving the vinion. W e have a large assortment on band and are prepared to fit persons of all ages and all stages of dimness of sight. Remember we are at the Old Stand, Exchange Block. Merchants' Row. GEO. W. CHAPLIN, Jr. maylOdiwtf ALLS VEC.ETABl.R SICILIAN 11A1U KKNKWEH. it trrr.t T is M IK ACL' LOIS. The old, the young, the middle, aged unit to praise HALL'S S Ed ETA RLE SICILIAN II A Ii! REN EWER. It is an entirely new scientific discovery, com Winiug many of the most powerful and rcstora tivc agents "in the VEGETABLE KINGDOM. We have such confidence In its merit, and are ho cure it w ill di all wc claim for it, that we oiler fl.iM) REWARD If the sii n. ian 1 1 a i u Kknewkk does not Rive satisfaction in all cases vv hen used m rtrict ac cordance with our instructions. II ALLS VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIIt ItF.NEWEK has proved it-elf to lie the most perfect prepara tion for tlie lair ever offered to the public. It is a vi -gcMhle compound and contains no injurious properties whatever. It is not a dye; it strikes at the roots mid fills tne glands with new life and Colonic,' matter. It will RKSTOIIK t.RAY HAW TO ITS OHIGI .V.l. LULU 11. It will KBKP THE 11MU tliO FM.LI.XG OCT. It cleanses t. -i nhi, and makes the Hair .SOW, LCiTUOCS, AM) XILKKX. A SPLENDID HAIR DRESSING. No person, old or voting, should fail to nse it. It i.. rtcorniittiiih'l ul utl tnj th? Fl 1 KKIt VI L All HOTJTY. f"- A-k for II ALL'S VEGETABLE SICIL IAN HAIIt HENEWEK, and take no other. The Proprietors offer the SICILIAN HAIIt RENEWER to the pulilie, entirely confident that it will brtn' hack the hair to its original color, pro mote its ;row th. and in nearly all ca-es where it has fallen off will restore it'unless the person is very aned. Ii. P. HALL & CO. Proprietors, Nashua, K. II. if sold by all DniL'.'ists. ilo-cowly J RICK! IIRI'K: Having the le -! Clay Rink in Rutland county and having of late purchased Hall's improved P-itent Uriek Machine, tor making common lirn k, and Adams' Patent Press for making lace brick, and McDonald's Patent Railroad Per petual Kiln lor hurtling brick, we are prepared to fnn:i-b best common, or pressed brick, ever marie in Rutland, at low figures. We have now on hand mi.ooo brick which w e will deliver any where in Rutland at once. Orders from abroad solicited. All orders or enquiries should be addressed to G. L. Mjssey. ISAAC Mi DANIELS, MEi.ZAK EDs-ON, G. L. ML'SSEY. Rutland, 2Md May IViT. BRICK MAKERS SEE HERE. I am authorized to sell Yard Rights for Mr Donald's Patent Kiln. Call m a lew days and see brick thoroughly burnvd in 01 hours. G. L. Ml'SSEY. Rutland. May W.7. dJCWtf X ew coons: new coons : FRESH ARRIVALS AND LOW PRICES. The subscriber won't! announce to the citi zens of Hydeville and the surrounding country that le; has on hand, and is constantly receiv ing, large supplies of Dry Good-, clothing, lla'.s and Caps, Groceries and Prnvisiflns. Furniture. School Books, Stationery. and in fjet w-rytbin? csuaiiy kept and many th ngs that arc not kept in a first class country store. A -plendld assortment ! Fl.oCR jat re ceived direct from the mills. I otl'er mv stm'k ascie-aas similar goods can be procured elsewhere in this section. Give u- a call, and we will suit yon as to prices and quaiitv. E. D. BILLINGS. Hydeville, Vt., April 1, lulT. augid.twty T HE PHOTOOKAl'H tiU.SlNESS WILL CONTINUE AS USUAL at corner of Merchants' Row and W est Street, CLARK'S BLOCK, under the supervision of HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS JAS. O. MERRILL, notwithstanding the withdrawal that was no ticed in yesterday's Herald over the name ol F. Mowrey. All Skeptics are invited to call and be assured ef the iCt that pictures ARE STILL PUT UP IN EVERY VARIETY OF STYLE, TO PLEASE CUSTOMERS. dAw JAS. O. MERRILL. J? VERY WOMAN in the land should I J read an-J remember these important facts about DR. DODD'S NERVINE, and invigora tor. Among medicines, it, is Woman's Best Friend! Leucorrhea (or Whites!, Amenorrhea (suppression), Amenorrhaga (flowing), Dysme norrhea (painful menstruation), Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, dragging down sensations, loss of strength, mental depression, constipated bowels, sleeplessness, irritability, and the innumerable svmptoms of low vitality and disturbed circula tion are cured by this extraordinary medicine. One teaspoonfu! in water is worth more as an Invigorating Tonic, than any amount of Alco holic Bitters, which are always attended by re letion and depression. Dodd's Nervine equalizes the circulation of the nervous fluid, promotes the free circslation of the blood aids digestion cures costiveness regulates the bowels, and restores the vital or gans to their natural activity. It contains no Opium or other poisonous drag, and as an in vigorator will make strong and healthy the weakest system. No woman should despair of perfect restora tion to health until she has thoroughly tried Dodd's Nervine. GEO. C. GOODWIN CO., Wholesale Deal ers, Boston angl.'Sd&wly QROUP ! CROUP! DR. HOOKER'S Cough and Cronp Syrnp enrea Croup, Coughs from Colds, Hoarseness, Catarrhal Coughs, conghs from humors and bronchial coughs, and gives speedy relief in Whooping Coughs, and Asthma, and often cures the latter, and invariably shortens the run of the former. E3T"Children are liable to be attacked with Croup without a moment's warning. It is, therefore, important that every family should have constantly at hand some simple and pleas ant, yet efficacious remedy for the cure of this painful and too often fatal disease. Such a remedy is Dr. Hooker's Cough and Croup Sy rup. For sale bv all Druggists. C. I). LEET, Proprietor, Springfield, Mass. Demas Barnes & Co., 21 Park Row, New York, will also supply the trade at list prices. aprilldifeweowly JEMEMBER, That if you have a Parlor or any other Room that you want to paper with a nice and stylish paper, that oar store is the place to get it. Don't fail to call and examine our new stock. TCTTLE & COMPANY, Uf.bald Book Store. Rutland, April 35, 1S67. dAwtf II 'FIIEiUNlON PACIFIC KAIL KOAU ,w 'J?-4?no7eon,m",llnS rai'rotd from wsstward toward tha eitlc Ocean, making with it connection l unbroken line acros tha continent. Tbe Com. puny now otter a limited amount of tha fi,r Mortgage-Houd having thirty year to run and ''caring annual inierest, payable on tUu first day ,.f January and July, iu the city of row orK, ut the rate of ix per cent, in eold at ninety cents ou the dollar. This road was completed from Omahn, ft a ni rswvstou the 1st of January, 117, and is fully equipped, and trains are regularly run ning over it. i'he compauy has now ou hand uffleieut Iron ties, Ac, to flnUh the remaining portion to the eastern base of the Rocky Mimntains,-Jia miles, which is under contract to be done September 1st, of this vear, and it is expected that the entire road will be in run ning order from Omaha, to lis western connec tion with the Central 1'acitlc, nowlMtng rapid ly built.eastwitd from Sacramento, Cal., ditnn" 1.170. MEANS OP TUB COMPANY. Estimating the distance to be built by the Union Pacific to be l,fS miles, the United States Government issues its six per cent Thirty year Bond to the Compacy as the roaa is finished at the average rate of about f JS.aji) per mile, amountiug to f Vl.iUS.MM. The Company is also permitted to issue its own First Mortgage Bonds toau equal amount, and at t lie same time, which by special Act of Com ress are made a first Mortgage on the en tire line, the bonds of the United States being subordinate to them. The government made ft donation of 13, Hon acres of land tolhe mileamounting to ai.lWi.mm acres, estimated to he worth J.i,oo0,0no, making the totul resources, exclusive of the capital, $11. -116,000; hut the full value of the lands cau uot now he realized. The authorized capital stock of the Company isone hundred million dollars, of which five millions have already been paid in, and of which it is not supposed that more than twenty-five millions at most will he required. The most of the road is t sttmated by compe tent engineers to be about one hundred million collars, excusive ol equipment. IT.OsrKCTS FOR BCS1NESS. The railroad connection between Omaha and the East is now complete and the earnings of the Union Pacific on the sections already fin ished lor the first two weeks in May were ill.!, ooo. These sect'onal earnings as the road pn presses will much more than pay the interest on the Company's bonds, and the through business over the only line of railroad between the Atlantic aud Pacific must be Immense. TAI.I I AND SECt llITT OF TUB BONUS, The Company respectfully submit, that the above statement of tacts fully demonstr ates the security f their Bonds, and as additional proof they would stiggi i-t that the Bonds now ottered are less than ten million dollars on lilT miles of road, on which over twenty million dollars have already been expended : on Hid milus of this road the cars -ire now tunning, and the remain ing ls7 miles are nearly completed. At the present rate of premium on gold these bonds pay an annual interest on the present cost of nine per cent., and it is heiicved that on the completion of the road, like the. Government Bonds, they will go above par. The Company intend to sell but a limited amount at the present low rate, and retain the right t.i advance the price- at their option. Subscriptions will lie received in New Yor by the Continental National Bank, No 7 Nassan St.. C ark. Dodge, A Co., Bankers, 51 Wall St., John J. Ci-co .t Son, Hankers, No. :tl Wall Street, and by Banks and Bankers generally throughout the United States, of wliom maps and descriptive pamphlets mev be obtained. They will also be sent by mail from the Com pany's Office. No, 2e Nassau Street, New York, on application. Subscribers wid select their own Agents in whom they have confidence, who alone will be responsible to them for the safe delivery of the bonds. JOHN" J. CISCO, Treasurer. may.'jod&wUm New YorK 3atbau irrrrt ATI IAN I'lEKCF.. tenter Sire Has js'L received a larre. stocn of New (,oods at reduced prices. 1 Yd. wide i!n Sheeting 11 rei.is per vt,-.. 1 '.7 ' 'r 1 " heavy " ; 1 ' bleached " 17 GOOD FAST COLORED PRINTS, live. Cassimer.js, Cloakings, Denims, r Tickings. Linen Goous Linen Table Clonis Linen Napkins Embossed Table Covers, Dress Good. Gloves, Hosiery, Parasols, Toilet ((inlis. Shawls, Kalmora! Skirts. Hoop Skirts, Stc. &:., ic ALL GOODS AT THE VERY LOWEST MARKET PRICES. N. PIERCE. (Cole & yunti.slrti. yE HAVE JUST RECEIVED TWENTY CASES MEN'S ANL ROYS C L 0 T II I N G , of all kinds at extremely low prices. A full line of MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS'. 10C Doz. Straw Huts Of all grades, from 20 cents to $1.00 LATEST STYLE SILK HATS, best quality, and all the new and desirable styles SOFT HATS AND CAPS. Also a large stock of fine CLOTHS, COATINGS, CASSIMERES, AND VESTINGS fer enstom work. Perfect fits guaranteed, aud at equally low prices. COLE & KINGSLEY. may2d&wtf "OTICE. The thorongh bred Dnrham Bull, Tecumseh (one year old), will stand at the stible of II. C. Gleason, in Shrewsbury, from May 1st till June 1st. lt)7. Terms 12, payable first time of eervice. After June 1st he will stand at the stable of Hiland Uolden, in Mount Holly. H. C. GLEASON, HILAND HOLDEN, M. O. HAMMOND. Shrewsbury, April 30, 1867, 18 wtf "fTTOULD you be happy and free V from the ills nature i heir to at this season of the yearf Take Dr. Boyce's Tonic Bitters. FKNN 4 TCTTLE, General Agent.