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l Receipts for the Standard FOR TUB WEEK ENDING JULY 26,, 18G7.1' W B Flanders, Coventry, Eli Partridge, Glover, Dan Gray, , " ; Vf M L Kcycs, Mansonville, C. E., O Walker, Newport John Taylor, Greensboro, L Howard, W'cstmore, 92 00 1 00 2 00; 2 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 Jos. Doying, Albany, 2 00 D H Austin, Mt. Pleasant, Mo., 100 G Nelson, Crattsbury, 2 00 1) BKibby, Barton," 1 00 D Sabin, Irasburgb, 2 00 MARRIED. In Coventry, July 13ih, by Rev. II. Stiles, Mr. Charles P. Taylor of Button, C. E., and Miss Sa" rah J. Magoon of Coventry. In Coventry, July Gth.by Kev. Pliny H.Whitc, Mr. Wm. W. Warren of Newport, and Miss J. Caroline Ketelium of Cratt-diury. In Newbury, Vt.. July 17, by I'rof.S. E. Quim by, assisted by Kev. L. D. Barnes, D. D., Rev. Alfred E. Drew of Littleton, N. II., to Miss Anna K. At wood of Newbury. In Irasburgh, July lstli, by Prof. S. E. Quimhy, Kev. O. W. Scott if York, Me., son of the late Kiv. Orange Seott, to Miss Lucy A. Jameson of Irashnrgh. DIED. In Potton, C. E., S. anigficld, Vt., aged L. Damon, formerly ol TO CONSUMPTIVES. The advertiser, having been restored to health in n lew weeks by a very simple remedy, alter havinir suffered for several years with a severe ; 1 1 Ti affection, and that dread disease Consump tion is anxious to make known to his fellow-suf- terersthe means of cure. To all who desire it, he will send n copy of the in scription used (free ol charge), with the dircc iions tor preparing and using the same, which hry will lind a si UK cruE forCoxsuMi'Tiox. As- IIIMV, liKONCIUTI", COCOHS, ('OI.I)S. !it1( illli fhroat and Lung Affections. The only object of j advertiser in sending the Prescription is to ' l. 'iielit tuo iilHicted, and spread inl'oniiation uincli he conceives to lie I'lvaluab.e, and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it mil cost them nothing and may prove a blessing, ; I'.irties wishing the prescription, free, by return : mad, will pi ;ase address Kev. EDWARD A. WILSON, 'Jl-y Williamsburgli, Kings Co., New York. ERRORS OP YOUTH. A Gentleman who soflcrcd for years from IScr- j .- ii Debility, j'reinaturc Decay, and all the cf-' ; s of youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake of - iir ring humanity, send tree to all who need it, :.ic recipe ami directions for making ihc simple remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers wish- I , g to profit by the advertiser's experience, can An so bv addressinir, in perfect confidence, JOHN li. OOUEX, 42 Cedar St. Now York. DENTAL OFFICE 6:3 E i 0 WlXfi to ill health, Dk.G.W. MILKS of don, will close Ins Dental Olhee on the t., and re-open August 5tli. DISAPPEARED. 5 X FORMATION is wanted of one !' UK F.MAX i B L. LATHE, aged 32 years, who was last seen j in-.ir H.irton Landing on Jam 2S:U, since whih time no trace has been found ol him. Anv in for- iiiatioii given of him will be thankfully received by Ins brother. Samuel II. Lathe, who fears that luul play has been used with thesa'd Freeman. S. H. LATHE. West CharlesToti, July 18, 1807. 29-:j CLOTHES m -m fr'i B X - riplIK people of P.artnn an' 1 notified that. NKLSON I vieinitv are hereby PULSION, the re nowned Old Clothes Cieaner, will be at IJA KToX TLLA(iK, July 2Jd, to remain a tew days, to i bun old clothes, (irease spots, stains, paint, pilch, &c, removed, and faded garments restored to their original color. Ladies shawls, cloaks, fir., cleansed in the neatest ami best maimer. I'.ring on your old garments eniv, as I shall stay but a few davs. NLLSOX PULSION. 1 Koyal Havana Lottery O F C U 13 A , DRAWN ONCK IN SK liMfct.V 1)AM. i One Prize of 100.0K) " -iO.OOO " a.,ooo ' 10,000 &c, &e. Pri.es paid in Gold. Prizes cashed 1 and int'ornialion L-iveii by (JKO. UPHAM. I bli X. Maine St., Providence, U. I, 13 UV THE BEST! THE PORTLAND am T 9J GROUND FROM PURE ROCKSALT. Put up ill 20 lbs. Boxes. Can Recommend it with Confidence. JUST WHAT EVERY DAIRYMAN WANTS. THE BEST BOX SALT USED. f;e sure and buy WAI.DTtON & TRUK'S "First Premium Ground Rock Salt," Portland, Me. A Choice l.it of FAMILY FLOUR! Frerh Ground riplit from the Mill, WILL BE SOLD AT OLD PRICES. Anew invoice of DRY GOODS! Just received and heing opened this week. FANCY SHIRTING FLANNELS AND SHIRTS. More of those 15 Cent Yard-wide Cottons! Just what the trade demands. Another lot of those warranted Thick and Coar::-fine KIP HOOTS! Also a new invoice of Ladies' Congress Silk Gore Serge Hoots, Ac, &c, etc. HALL & JOSLYX. Barton, July 24, 13C7. D AYEBS 0 ATH AETI0 PILLS TO Are the most perfect purgative we are able to produce and, as we think, has everyet been made hy anybody, incircnecis nave abun dantly snown ui me community how much they excel the other medicines now in nse. Thev are safe and pleaaavit to take, but powerful to aire. Their penetrating proprieties stimulate the vital activities of the body, remove the obstructions of its organs, purify the blood and expel disease. They purge out the foul humors which breed and crow distemper, stimulate sluggish ordisordercd organs into their natural action, and impart tone and strength to the whole system. Not only do they cure the every day complaints of everybody nut formidable and dangerous diseases. Wudc they produce powerful effects, they are at the same tune, in diminished doses, tne satest and best physic that can beemployed for children. Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take; and, being purely vegetable, are entirely harm less. Cures have been made that would surpass belief, were they not substantiated by men of such exalted character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent clergymen and phys icians certify to the public the reliability of our Prcpartions contribute immensely to the relief of our alllicted fellow-men. The Agents below named are pleased to fur nish gratis our American Almanac, containing directions for the use of these medicines and cer tificates of their cures of t h e following com plaints : Cositiveness, Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Heartburn, Headache arising from foul stomach, Nasea, Indigestion, Morbid Inrctionof the Bow els and Pain arising therefrom, Flatulen cy, Loss of Appetite, all Diseases which require an evacuant medicine. They also, by puril'., ing the blood and stimulating the system, cure many corrplaints which it would not be supposed they could reach, such as Deafness, Partial Blindness, Neuralgia and Nervous Irritability, Derange ments of the Liver and Kidneys, Gout, and oilier kindred disorders arising from a low state of the body, or obstruction of its functions. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with other preparations on which they make more profit. Demand Ayek's and take no other. The sick want the less aid there is for them, and they should have it. Prepared by Dit. J. C. AVER & Co., Lowell, Mass., and sold by all Druggists and dealers in medicine everywhere. JOSLYN &sONS, Agents, Barton 30vS 302XTGr C37" JLEt535 i 1 am mighty in tiie sabre, Fiercely wielded ! y tiie brave; Glorious in the stalwart steamer, Laughing ut the storm and waves. LeiiUteims in the j:tl:tce pillars, Saving in uie poinled red. As it brums the deadly Iiirhtiiiii-' Knelled and harmless totlie sod. Dm i here is a glorious cs-cr.ce, U'iK-iv I take my ?.T;.Uiletf power. (Jiving to the km '. my stin.-i. Sweetest aid, in dangers hour hee ' before me l'.v diseases 1 See the il.ii kest hydn-s bow ! See the rose of health and beauty Take the palest cheek and brow. Fiv, dyspepsia ! fly consumption ! Yes, all ills nre crushed at length : Fori givewh.it human nature Only ever needed stiiknotii ' Shail I tell in what creat essence lean thus your spirits cheer up? I'alid, trembling, dying sinleier, 'l is the lamed ''i'r.iu viA.N -4kl"I," ! The PERUVIAN SYUUP is a protected solu tion oi'the Protoxide of 1 ron, a new discovery in medicine that ttrikes :i the root of disease bv supplying the blood w; i-iinifit Iron. its rital princii)'? or !:tc The genuine In 'Pi: it i viax Svr.t r" blown mi the gh i .mipuiets lice. J. P. DINSMOltK m l)ey .s Proprietor, t., New Yo: Sold bv all Dr (iUAfK'S PillUMAX NY K IP. From Mr. James Cl'ih.in, of Aniesbury, Mass. "I was ailiieUid with a severe felon on 0:10 of my lingers, and tried many remedies without re lief. My friend., indue d me to apply your Salve. In two days it extracted tiie ii.iLuniUion from tiiy lingtr so as to enable me to resume my work. I ! can aiiimsl say that the Salve woi ked like m.i, gie. j for it u'eeteu a em e ohoiir leaving a .-ear 1 unhesitaiiimly pronouiicc drat 's iuu e an excel i ! Jiit remedy, ami do not ihuibt it will be ajipreci aied tlnotilhout the land." ONLY 2.) CENTS A 150X. SK i II Y l'OWLI-1 & SON, Kosfii, IVopriet-.rs. Sold by Apothecaries and Cr.-ccrs general! v. Til i; tiKKAT I S V I'Al.'i iirli iilVflii I 1 Till-: v,o;;i.y. Warranted superior to any other, or no pay, for the cure of Chronic Ilheumatisiu, Toothache, Headaelie.Sore Throat, Mump. Eui-ns, Cuts, In sect stings, Pa;ns in the Pack, Chest, and Limbs, Sprains, O d Sores, Swellings ; also, ' take inter nal y for Diarrlnea, Dysentery, Colic, Spasms, Sea Sickness, Vomiting and Croup. It is perfect ly innocent to take internally, if used according to d'reeiions, and never fails, as thou.-anJs can attest. I: was lir.-t introduced in 18 .7, and now millions of belt les are annually sold. Kvery one who has once Used it, continues to do so, and recommend it to their friends as tiie most valu able medicine extant. Certificates cnouffh to till a doy.cn newspapers have been received by Dr. Tobias. His medicine, the Venetian Liniment, will dn all that is stated, and more. Xo oie will regret trying it. Those living at a d'.stanc- fVi.m a physician will find it a reliable medicine to have on hand in case of accidents. Ask for Dr. Tobias' Venetian Liniment, and take 110 ether. Price 0 cents and Sold by all Druggists. Depot !C, CoiMlandt Street, X. Y, 2Sml A C A1I I JRO.vl Tin; li i OF WALTHAFvl, I This Company he.,' leave to inform tiie public ! tlint they commenced opera'ions in 18-io, and j their fuefnry now covers four ueres ofsrround, ! and has cost more than a million !oll;;r anil em- liloysovcr 700 operatives. v mcacs 11 year, una jaaiic auu .sen noi icis uiuu j one-half ol ail the watches .sold 111 the United States. The dili'erence between their maimi'acturc and the European is bricflv this: Euvonean Watches are made almost entirely bij hmtd, and the result ! is of necessity a lack of that uniformity, which j is indi.-peiioublc to correct time kecjiing. Uoih j the eye and the hand of the mo.-t skillful oeia- tive must vary. It is a fact that, except watches : of the higher grades, European watches aie the! product of the cheapest laborof (Switzerland, und the result is the worthless Ancics, Lepmcs and so called Talent Levers which soon cost more in 1 attempt Jd lcpaii -, than their original price Com mon workmtn, boys and women, buy the rou::h separate parts of these watches from various fac tories, polish and imt tliem togettier, ami take them to the nearest watch merchant who stamps and engraves them with any ne.me r brand that may be ordered. Hot? American "Watches are Made. The American Wiiithain Watch is made by no such uncertain j.rocc.-r au J. by no such incom petent workmen. A , i : i.i .'..'npaiiy'a operations, from ihe reccpiiuu of ;Ue raw materials to the compli lion of tPc Wate'.i are carried on under one rooi, and under unc ..Uiih'ul and competent direction. lint the pvat uistiiiguh-hiri;; feature of their Watches, is the fact that their several parts are all made by the finest, the most perfect and delicate machinery ever brought to the aid of hntnan industry. Every one of the more than a hundred parts of every watch is made by a machine thai infallibly reproduces every suc ceeding part wiili the most unfailing accuracy. It is only necessary to make one perfect watch of any particular style and then to adjust thehund rcd machines necessary to reproduce e-ery part of that watch, and it follows that every succeed ing watch must be like k. The Company respectfully submit their watches on their merits only. They claim to make A Better Article for the Money by their improved mechanical processes than can be nude under the old-fashioned handicraft sys tem. They manufacture watches of every grade from a good, low priceu, aud substantial article, in solid silver hunting cases, to the finest chro nometer ; and also ladles' watches in plain gold or the finest enameled and jeweled cases; but the indispensable requisit of all their watches is that they shall be GOOD TIMEKEEPERS. It should be remembered that, except their single lowest grade named "Home Watch Company, Boston," ALL WATCHES made by them Are Fully Warranted, by a special certificate, and this warrantee is good at all times against the Company or its agents. ROBBEVS & APPLETON, 28m3 182 Broadway, New York. MOTHER BAILEY'S Quieting Syrup for Children teething, .1 fakes Sick and Weak Children strong and healthy, gives Moth ers rest day and night. Z,arfe 'Jiottles only ifo cents. SOLS) 71Y '-D'JiUGGISrS. Sold at Wholesale and Retail by 28w7 Wm. Josiyn & Sons, Barton, Vt. 4 e m & b t c r t i s e m e n t s . , NEW "CORLISS" ENGINES ' FOR SALE, One Engine, cyl'r 14x42, 12 foot pulley, 24 in. face One 12x36, 11 " 18 " One " 12x30, 10 " M 18 " " One " 10x24, 71-2" " 1G " " Ono " 8x20, 6 " " 12 " " Circulars giving the resells of the working of the Corliss Engine, as substitutes of those of oth er construction sent upon application. WM. A. HARRIS, Builder of Corliss Steam Engines, 113 Edily St., Providence, R. I. . . RODMAN, FISH & CO., BANKERS AND DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, No. 18 Nassau Street, , NEW YORK. Buy and sell tit market rates Six per cent. Bonds of 18S1 ; Five-Twenty Bonds, all issues ; Ten-Forty Bonds; Seven-Thirty Notes, all series; Com pound Interest Notes and Gold and Silver Coin. Convert all series of 7-30 Notes into the New Consolidated 5-20 Bonds at best market rates. Execute orders for purchase and sale of all miscellaneous securities. Receive Deposits and allow 5 per cent. Interest on balances, subject to check at sight. Make collectionson all accessible points. Ail issues of Government securites credited or remitted for, on receipt, at market rates, Free of all commission charges. R. F. & CO. OF the Choicest Fruits and Spices, Strictly Pure, of Delicious Flavors and UN-rivalled Strength. Introduced in 1860; Referen ces in 1860. Governors from all N. E. States, Professors, Literarv and Business Men, Hotel Pronrierors, and Dealers in Choice Flavors. Thev treble their sales with these. DEATH TO PIN-WORMS 1 ut. goijlivn pix-woim syrup is I !-' the only remedy for these most trouble- soma and dangerous of all worms that infest the human svstem. It ualso the most effectual ver- lnil'nge for all other kinds of worms in children. 1 I'uiviy vegetable ; safe and certain. A valuable ! cathartic, and beneficial to health. Warranted I to cure. Price 7-3 cents, G. C. GOODWIN & I CO., Boston, and all Druggists. " THERE 13 K3 SUCH WORD AS FAIL." T AiS-IlANT'S Compound (irxirart .cf Oubebs and Copaiba, Is a SL'UK, CF.UTAIX, and SPliKDY CI' UK tor all diseases of the Bladder, Kidneys and Uri nary Organs, either in the Male or Female, tre ('iientiy per'.onning a I'erWt Ctn-e in the sltort spn.ee of Three or four Days, and always in iess time than any other preparation. In the use of Tarrnnt's Compound Extract of C"lhs and Co paiba, There is no need of c jniinenient or change of di et. In its approved term of a paste, it is entirely tasteless, and causes no-unpleasant sensation to the palieiit, and no exposure. It is now acknow ledged by the Mo-t Learned in the Profession that in the above c!a-s of Diseases, Cubebs and ( 'op.iib i are the ONLY Two lienicdies known that cm be relied upon with any CERTAINTY TARRANT'S CCMPCUKD EXTRACT CF CUBEBS AND COPAIBA iiVr,R. FAILS I M.VI 1 ACT I lib 1) ONLY I1V TARRANT LGO ., UTS iitriMvuii sTb.Kirr, nkw yokk. 0s 'Id bv IVu'ists all over the World. , . - -v V JUL0& A 2-1 . UiiLYersaLiSniralia j era CO 33 r:i () 11 X E U li AL(i 1 A AND ALL NERVOUS DISEASES. OLD LV liiU GGISTS EVERYWHERE, Price 1.(H) per Pncknse. TUENER & CO.. Proprietors, ViO Tremont Slr t, I5o.ton. I A PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW GF MARRIAGE, Ci!E,U'i:sT ISO OK EVER P CRUSHED. Co:;iaitiin; nearly three Hundred Pases And i.'K) line plates and engravings of the Alia-oniy of the Human Organs in stale of health and 1'iisease wi' h a treatise on early errors, its de ploriMe Consequences upon ihc Mind and llody, wi 1. tiie Auth.T's ri.'n'of Treatment the only :.:: aud saece-slul mode of Cure, as shown 1 v the report of cases treated. A truthful advi- ' 1 :he married aud those contemplating mar r.;:v, who emenaiu tleub;. of their physical coii- .' ti. s.c-nt free oi' ro-'. u'e to any adihvss on iecc:pr 01 2 cenis in stamps or postal currencv, 1 y ;:ddreiitg Dit. LA CKOIX, No. .11, Maiden Lane, Albany, X. Y. The anthor may be con sulted upon any of the diseases upon which the bonk treat.--, either pers-mally or by mail. Med icim sent tu any part 01 the world. iT TVTa onr! T'll rlnVMi d-cnil 1 HXWT I tti'sc i;r. .l.vm;li:ys root ani i IliKB BITTI-IRS for Jaundice, Cositiveness, Thev produce T-'.-OOU I Liver Complaint, Humors, Indigestion, Dyspep , ,, , , : sui, 1 lies, Dizziness, Headache, Drowsiness, and tnd seil not less tiian I,.) 1 .-rivttvr ivm n..,r,i,-.,lst,-u-li j To: iid Liver and Dad Blood, to which ail per- j sons nre subject in Spring and Summer. Sold bv I Oi;0. C. (iuODWI.N CO., Boston, and by ail j Dealers in Medicines. I PA1II13 for FAEMEES" j AND OTH Kits. THE OUAFTOX M IXKRAL 1'AlXi' COMl'AXare now manufacturing the lier-t, Che.ipe.--t and most Durable Taint in use : j two coa's well put on, mixed with pure Linseed i Oil, will last 10 or 1.3 years; it is df alight brown or beautif.il chocolate color, and can be changed ! to green, lead, stone, olive, drab 01 cream, to suit the taste of the consumer. It is valuable for 1 1 louses, Hams, Fences, Agricultural Implements, Carriage and Car-makers, Fails and Wooden Ware, Cativa.vs, Metal and Shingle Hoofs, (it be i ing Fire and Waterproof,) Bridges, Burial Cases, Canal Boats, Ships and Ships Bottoms, Floor Oil Cloths, (one Mctiufucturer having used .5(100 bids, the past year,) and as a paint for any pur pose is unsurpassed for body, durability, elastici ty and auhesiveness. Friee S'J per bbl. of 300 lbs., which will supply a farmer for years to come. Warranted in all eases as above. Send for a Circular, which gives full jairtfculars. Xone genuine imicss branded in a trade mark Grafton .iiiicral Faint. Address DANIEL BIDWELL, Proprietor, 221 Pearl st , New York. 21-4 AGENTS WANTED Foil GENERAL L. C. BAKER'S KISTGRY OF THE SECRET SERVIGE. This work was antiounee 1 more than a year ago, but owing to the attempts of the Uovernnient to suppress it, its publication was delayed. It will now be issued, UN ALTEK LI) and UN ABRIDG ED, UNDElt the SUPERVISION of GEN'L BaK Kit, whose marvellous narratives are all at tested by the highest official authority. The MOHALS of the National capital are all TIluROUGHLf VENTILATED, and there are some MltANtiJi It b V hLA l iun S concerning HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS, Members of Congress, Female Pardon Brokers, and dis tinguished militarv characters. Send for Circu lars and see our terms, and a full description of ihe work. Address JONES BROTHERS & CO., Philadelphia, Fa. SAVE "Y OUR S T A I R S Snow's Patent Wrought Iron and Brass Stair Facings, for Hotels, Factories, Stores, School and Tciiemein Houses, Vessels and all Public and Private Houses where Stair Treads are liable to much wear. Boids the foot firmly, yet is easy to step on, and ornamental Costs less than Cast Iron. Orders promptly executed 10 any re quired dimensions, and shipped to any part of the c.unttv. Send for circular and Price List. Ad dress, MERIDEN METALIC STAIR FACING CO., W est Men.. en, Conn. CilMt.M'Ci'UfJM'f water lime). Con tractors and others should use J.U. James' dark colored Rosendale Cement, a superior article for cisterns, mason work, etc. Address J. B. James, 29 Cedar street, J. . fLEGS and ARMS. j I Invented by a Surgeon. Nine patents in legs, ranging from $50, through all the improvements, up to the Anatomi ieg, with Lateral motion at Ankle, like natu ral one, at is'loO. Two patents in Arms, with new shoulder mo tion, $75 to $L5. Send for pamphlet. It con tains valuable information and is sent free. Offices : 658 Broadway, N. Y.; Rochester, N. Y.; Chicago, opposite . Post Office; 148 West Fourth-st.,Cineinnatti; 413 Pine-st., St. Louis. Address, Dot-glass Blt, M. D.,at nearest office. There's net a city, town or village in the United States where Takhant's Effer yescen'tSeltzeii Afekient is not a household medicine. From every point of the compass, ev erv mail brings testimonials of its marvellous effi cacy in dyspepsia, nervous debility, liver com plaints and constipation. SOLD BY ALL DRUG STORES. JULY 12, 1867. U Latest AYp have this dav received a large sisting Prints, Delains, Cassimere and Sat in Stripes, Foreign and Domestic Dress Goods ; Lancaster, Glas gow and Earlston Ginghams, Ladies LM0RAL AND In fact everv Also, just, received from Making our present stock t lie largest i Orleans County. In ui .MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT We have a verv FAHOY CUSSIMERES & COATINGS, BROADCLOTHS, TRICOTS, &C. JMit. Mi "IX H'GALL is at all times in vemliness. with iai in liaiid. 10 take the lenath, breadth and thickness of the outer man, and fit him to any j kind of a trarinent which he may be in want of. i All Work done at our Shop is Warranted to give Per fect Satisfaction OUR STOCK OF Groceries, Hardware and Crockery Is large and Without making a long speech or naming any prices, we say to our former friends and patrons (and to all others who may led inclined to do so,) come and see our Goods and learn our price?, and we think you will go away feeliDg satisfied. WANTED.- 1,0 30 BARRELS EGGS, for which we will pay 22 cents per Dozen. SKINNER & DREW; and Cheapest addition to our Stock of Goods, con- of Sackings, HOOP SKIRTS S thing 111 the Market, a new lot of lanre stock of well selected. in '. . . ' . ' !' Jj-i flf ALTHAM :W ATIIIES. A good stock can be seen at RAWSON'S. JAAWSON has PATENT LEVERS in heavy Hunting Silver Cases for $15.00. F REE MASONS will alwavs find a irood as sortment of .WASO.ML' PINS at RAWSON'S. SADIES, you can find a Splendid Stock of BEADS at RAWSON'S. SlLVER SPOO.S and all kinds of Plated Ware at RAWSON'S. Do you want a eood KNIFE or RAZOR ! RAVS0N has them; made of the very best epmuiy 01 sieei. A WSON is sole aeent in this place for LAZA- RUS 8c MORRIS' Celebrated PERFECTED SPECTACLES. See advertisement else where in this paper. They give perfect satis if.ciion. Large Stock of the choicest CONI"F:C TIO.NERY always can be found at RAWSON'S. ICE CIGARS in paper", at aud CHEWING TOBACCO, ; KAWSOX'S. 1L .AVE iu a nice Watch to bo repaired, or do you want some line ENGRAVING done : Raw-son's it the best place for doing all such work. U.tiToti, Vt., July 2.V.h, 1S37. HIS TORIC A L . 1 I OMULUS and KKMl'S were twin brothers. : Both were suckled by a wolf. Itomnlus : killed Itemus one day in a tit of madness thus 1 showing his early "icoftVi" training. What of it r as long as 1 JACKSON HIDDEN of NO. CRAFTSBURY Has just returned from market with his usual ENT OF GOODS! WITH 3P rices i x i n O W Attached to them, anions which may be men tioned a Stock of" READY-MADE CLOTHING Sufficient to have clothed the Roman youths about the time they raped the Sabines. JACKSON HIDDEN. P. S. This is not half I know of Roman his torv. Am well posted in it. North Craftsbury. July 18, 1867. BIBLICAL. i 1AIN was the brother of Abel. Both on 'em 1 ' were the sons of Eve, and Adam too, (pro vided everything was done up "on the square") in the "gardinfi." However that may be, the old woman who horned 'em did not seem to think so much of the children as she did of the "old man," for on looking at them one dny as they came into the house all ranged and dirty from making mud-pies, she made a remark like this : -Oh, you hussies! you ain't worth A-dam," which is the first oath ever uttered, as some com mentators contend. She meant they were not so good as Adam, hut being a little nervous she placed her words too far apart. Was she alive now she would go to HIDDEN & ALLEN S iN CRAFTSBURY. And get her TEA, PICES, CALICO And things, aud READY-MADE CLOTHING! For Ad, mi and the boys. HIDDEN 4f ALLEN. Craftsbury, July 18, 1867. Wonderful Cures DR. OF BOSTON, "HO has made so many Wonderful Cures of cases given up as hopelessly in curable, will be at 3STJLJ W IC3EX.T, X7"2?. Wednesday, July 10th, To remain a few days. Read the following : JFVtww Walton's Journal, Montpelier Dr. Urann, whose treatmentof chronic diseases hos met with such wonderful success in Mont pelier and such other towns as he has visited in this State, left this (Thursday) morning for Ports mouth, N. H. During his brief stay here very many cases havo been treated, and his room has presented a receptacle for cratches and canes which have borne hither the crippled and decrepit. that have received such aid as to,have no farther use for them. - One case in particular is so well known to the community that it requires more than a passing notice. Miss Cornelia Thurston ot Montpelier, has been a confirmed invalid for years, and for the past year and a half has been constantly on the decline, suffering continual pain, and became so unwell that during the six weeks previous to her deciding to visit Dr. Urann, she had not been able to be dressed or sit up, and was comparative ly helpless. On the morning of Febrnary 9, by great exertion she was taken from her bed, dress ed, and brought about one and a half miles to the Pavilion, where she was carried to the room of the Doctor, and after a successful treatment came forth without assistance, and ascended and descended stairs with the ease and ability of her younger days 1 In fact, so immediate and com plete was her cure, that she went to the house of a friend in the village, with whom the appeared at the 'supper table, in :he languageof one present, "as well as the best, and we have but to add that ever since that period she has been constant ly growing stronger. She considers her case permanently cured, and beholds in wonder her nrpspnt condit ion as compared with past suffering. The Doctor has acquired an enviable reputation' here and should he ever visit Montpelier, win ie welcomed by a much larger circle of triends than ever before. The afflicted everywhere should not despair until they have availed themselves of Doctor Urann's skill. HEttif(j;MSIl! The Mayor of Hartford ' - "Certifies that A. D. Crabtre. M. D.. is known' to me as a regular practic ing physician of tliis city, of good rep utation also that he is 'Coroner' and 'Health Officer' of the city." Allyn S. Stillman, Mayor. ORDINAltY'CURES! CANCER. Cancer which Dr. Crabtre o f this citv re-! cently removed from the tongue of a lady. The end af the tongue was entirely affected and came off in the operation. The patient i$ doitig weU. Hartford Weekly Covrant, Jan. 16, 18-54. CONSUMPTION. Statement of a highly respectable and influential family: This is to certify that Dr. A. D. Crabtre, of Hartford, Conn , has, during the past year, by the blessing of God, performed a great and re markable cure on our son, Euward Tiffany Beach, 17 years old. In Febrnary he was brought home in a low and feeble state, a council of six physicians having previously decided that he could not live or be helped! He was suffering from Chronic Diarrhoea, bad Cough, raising blood, entire loss of voice for many weeks, exhausting Night Sweats, &c, and his whole appearance indicating the last stage of Consumption. On reaching home, Dr. Crabtre, onr family phys ician, was called, who attended him faithfully, and to the surprise of all who saw him, he lived and began to recover. He sutfercd greatly from ulcers breaking in his side, and was temporarily deranged. From all these he has fully recovered, becoming well and strong. In August he was examined ana received into the navy. In October he wrote us : "I never was better in my life, nor more fleshy." (See picture.) Gratitude to our Heaven ly Father, and to Dr. C, who, under Him, was instrumental in healing our son, induces ns to publish this, hoping others ma be benefitted thereby. We have known Dr. Crabtre for five years, and can testify to his skill in treating diseases, tome truly tconderful cures having come under our ob servation. Edward H. Beach, Louisa J. Beach. New Britain. Conn., Dec. 14, 1864. The lad is a nephew of E. D. Tiffany, Esq., president of First National Bank, Hartford, Ct. Any doubting this can tcrite to the parties above ST. VITUS DANCE CURED. In the short time of one month, Dr. Crabtre, the Sanatoria, cured mv daughterof St. Yitus Dance. Others had tried, but without benefit. Having no money, I could only give him the child's picture and a widow's blessing. Mks. Ellen Hill. Hanover, N. H. Dee. 21, 1866. FITS ! FITS ! Cornelius Cables. Plymouth. Conn., cured bv i D'- Cra1l,,rc' .alter eight years useless expense oh : other physician.. Call anil see his picture and mrtifiAut A HEART'S OFFERING ! A little tirl named Celia St. John, fourteen years of age, called to-day at Dr. Crabtre's rooms j at the hotel, and presenting a boquet of May j flowers, said : "I have no money to pay you for clirili' mv head of Scrofula. hiiiI I thon-ilit llipsi Hriwers ni'iphr nW-Pvmi " Tl.w rmlv thp offering of a grateful heart, for she had been sore- ly afflicted from birth, the sores covering Iter entire j haul. In only four weeks, Dr. Crabtre hsd cured it. Motttpelier Pajcrs, ?tluy, 1W7. Crooked Spines Straightened. Mrs. J. Person, Lyme, X. H., had bad cough, Scrofula, Curved Spine, &e., considered almost h peless. Feb. 4th she writes : "As the medicine I had of you is nearly out, I send for more. I have no cough now gaining fast in llesh and strength ; back is getting straiglU as most folks'. I am better every way, and am confident that if I have medicine awhile longer I shall be well. Since recovered. Skeptics lUtake notice; no DEAD RAISED ! " Dr. C. has the best suit ot offices in the State." Hartford Post. "A self-made man and has an extensive practice." Christian Secretary. "Why Don't iu: stay at home, then ?" Be cause of the thousands in our land suffering from Diseases, (which the regular practice do not cure, and which can be cured), crying "Come and Help vs." AND These are the Chronic Diseases cured : Inflama tion and Ulceration of the Throat, Lungs, Liver, Spleen, and Kidneys; Catarrh, Deafness, Sore Eyes, Scrofula of all Forms, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Pimples, Boils, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Costivness, Piles, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Rick ets, Worms, Fits, St. Vitus' Dance, All Female Complaints, (except Internal Cancer,) Irregu larities, Seminal and Mercurial Diseases, all Taints of the Blood, Consumption in early stages, &c. Among the DEVILS CAST OUT, are Tobacco and Swine's flesh. ' A LADY, Who reads this paper, one week ago had been confined to the house 4 years ! Wore supporter. Now she walks out without one! Those supporters torture ladies never cure! - Dr. C. will cure every case of Prolapsus ! The Doctor has met with good success in his practice. Vermont Record. 1 - He is not a Spiritualist nor a Clairvoyant, yet the astonishment at hit discrimination of disease it only equaled by his cures. Machias Republican. Patients may rely on his skill and best endeav ors. Christian Secretary. ; ''' Highly recommended by prominent and reli able men. Evening Press. - i . , ; . He is remarkably successful. Hartford Daily Courant. He is a genial and cordial fellow; also a good physician. Windliam Co. Transcript :' Yb Sick and Disheartened, Give hix a Call. ReHgiour Herald. ' 28-3 COMING AGAIN ! GRAND SUCCESS OF THE : SANAT0RIAN! Dr. Crabtre having been received with confi dence in the places recently visited in this County as he has for the past six years in his occasion al visits to this State and in some towns recently visited, more patients applying than he could at tend. He win again visit BARTON, Mon., Tues. Wed., July 22, 23 4 24, IRASBURGH, Thursday and Friday, 25 and 26, BARTON LANDING, Saturday, 27, (by request) NEWPORT, July 29, 30 and 31, '. DERBY CENTER, August 1 and 2, I W. CHARLESTON, Saturday, August 3d, I DERBY LINE, Monday, Tues, Wed., 5, 6 & 7. TREATING ALL CHRONIC DISEASES rrtvate Rooms at the Hotel. Front rooms, vp stairs come right up. The Religious Herald of his citv, says : "Dr. Crabtre is a graduate of New York College, and member of three medical societies." The Hartford Courant says, in mentioning a severe case of Scrofula Dr. C. cured: "In such cases he is remarkably successful." The Herald of Life, (N.Y.) says: "We deem him perfectly reliable." In Vermont every paper but one has treated Dr. C. with courtesy, and called honorable atten tion to his repeated visits in every town where a paper is published. Dr. Crabtre has the best suit of offices in New England, at 371 Main St., Hartford, Conn., and employs a competent physician, while he gives -j ... - nis own attention only to Chronic Diseases. (Hf Diseases told at Sight. Examination $1. Will visit patients out of necessiry. ttjpDr. C. furnishes his own medicine for one or two months. From $5 to 25, as cases r quire. Xo Mercury. Remember the days. Send word to your friends. See circulars of "Great Cures !" also a letter from the Governor oi his State. P. S. Will patients come early ? I can only at tend to you all unless some come eakly. 23-3 X H K UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD CO Are now constructing a Railroad from OMAHA, NEBRASKA, westward towards the Pacific Ocean, making with its connections an unbroken line ACROSS TIIE CONTINENT. The Company now offer a limited amount of their FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS. having thirty years to run, and bearing annual interest, payable on the first day of January and July, in the City of New York, at the rate of Six per Cent, in Gold, AT Ninety Cents on the Dollar. This road is already completed to Jules burgh, 376 miles west of Omaha, and is full equipped, and trains are regularly running over it. The Company has now on hand sufficient iron, ties, etc, to finish the remaining portion to the eastern base of the Rocky .Mountains, 141 miles, which is under contract to be done in ! September of this year, and it is expected that ; the entire road will be in runniDg order from . Omaha to its western connection with the Cen ; tral Pacific, now being rapidly built eastward ! from Sacramento, Cal., during 1870. j Means of the Company. i Estimating thp. riiKMncp to hp linilt. bv th j Unioll Pacinc t0 be li565 miles the United States : . . . , . I Government issues its Six per cent. Thirty-year Six per cent. Thirty-year j Bonds to the Company as the road is finished at j the average rate of about 28,250 per mile, j amounting to 44,208,000. I The Company is also permitted to issue its own 1 First Mortgage Bonds to an equal amount, and at the same time, which by special Act of Cou ' gress are made a First Mortgage on ;he entire i line, the bonds of the United States being sit ! ordinate to them. The Government makes a donation of 12,800 acres of land to the mile amounting to 20,032,000 ; acres, t-stiniated to be worth $-30,000,000, making the total resources, exclusive of the capital, I S'118,416.000 ; but the full value of the lands cannot now be realized. ! The authorized Capital Stock cf the Company I is one hundred million dollars, of which five j millions have already been paid in, and of which ; it is not supposed that more than twenty-five millions at most will be required. The cost of the road is estimated by competent J engineers to be about one hundred million dol lars, exclusive of equipment. Prospects for Business. The Railroad connection between Omaha and the East is now complete, and the earnings of the Union Pacific on the sections already finished for the first two weeks in May were $113,000. These sectional earnings as the road progresses will much more than pay the interest on the Com pany's bonds, and the through bu-iness over the j whole line of railroad between the Atlantic and ; Pacific must be immense. j Value and Security of the Bonds. The Company respectfully submit that the j above statement of facts fully demonstrates the security of their Bonds, and as additional proof j they would suggest that the Bonds now offered are less than ten million dollars on 517 miles of j road, on which over twenty million dollars have ; already been expended .on 330 miles of this road the cars are now running, and the remain ing 187 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 believed 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 re tain the right to advance the price at their option. - Subscriptions will be received iu New York by the Continental Nat'l Bank, No. 7 Nassau St., Clark, Dodge & Co., Bankers, 51 Wall St., Jno J. Cisco & Son, Bankers, No. 33 Wall St., and by BANKS AND BANKERS generally throughout the United States, of whom maps and descriptive pamphlets may be obtained. They will also be sent by mail from the Com pany's Office, No. 20 Nassaa Street, New York, on application. Subscribers will select their own Agents in whom they have confidence, who alone will be responsible to them tor the safe delivery of the bonds. JOHN J. CISCO, Treasurer, 23m3 NEW YORK. FARM FOR SAXE ! rpHE Subscriber offers his Farm for sale situ A ated on the river road 1 1-2 miles from Bar ton Landing and 3 1-2 miles from Barton Village. Said Farm contains 160 ACRES OF LAND, suitably divided into tillage, pasture and meadow land. A GOOD HOUSE with kitchen, woodshed and carriage-house conbincd, 3 god barns and other outbuildings (under one of which is a gran ite cellar aixoo ieet- tiooa never tailing water running to both house and barns ; also a cement cistern holding 25 hhds. A planted SUGAR OR CHARD of 1500 trees, and a good FRUIT OR CHARD of 160 grafted trees, consisting of applet, ctab apples, tame cherries and plums, mostly young bearing trees and yielding 40 bushels. - rorturtneriniormationcauoniiieouusuiiicr. , Barton, July 3, 1867.-27 tf CHAS. P. ELLIS. XJ, S. 7-30s. - AUGUST ISSUE. :'., . . Now received for conversion Into the J 1 ' NEW 5-20 LOAN OF 1867, . ... .. .. BY' " ' " ' . THE IRASBURGH NATIONAL BANK OF ORLEANS. The right to convert 7-30s into bonds ceases at their maturity -, . -Irasburgb., July 2, 1867.-. 27-4 ' -- ' - LIBERATION NOTICE. fflHISisto certify that I have given my son, 1 -JAMES WESLEY BACHELDER. his time during the remainder of his minority, and shall hereafter claim none of his earnings nor pay any of his debts. Witness, W. L. BACHELDER. Wk. W. Gmorr. Hardwick.July 13, 1867.-293 ; STRAY STEERS. ""V: CAME i8to the enclosure of the Subscriber on , the 8th inst., FOUR RED YEARLING STEERS. The owner will please pay charges and take them away. GEO. W. LELAND. . i Barton, July 18, 1867.