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IV MORNING, MAY 20, 1W3. V,ocnl flatter. vr RF.ADF.ns. For ft week or two ii i-. . :..ii - . l 4 : k.f will uo " I'ttiimi' ni jchsi, in of oilier hand, though we intend Lir enough to our post to attend to rgency which may Rrise. A large of accounts which Lave nccumulut- hi lHSt two year, imperatively de- fcr attention, and this done, we will : ready to enter upon our usual du ur friends in all the towns in this are invited to send us all the news localities, and all their business fa ll receive immediate attention, as some on hand, hich we have not time to attend to. Our accounts Ire posted, we may have a word or lit their settlement. fromrnissioner of Pensions has ap James P. Obborne, M. D., of JUe. as Kxaming Surgeon under the 'julvHth, 18C2. I Artem'as-WalkcrT aged 73, was 1 Bridgawater on the 18th, by be- Vn from a wagon. r. Jferrick Wentworth has sold his I !o Hon. II. E. Stotigtiton, and gives Lie possession. Mr. Wentworth will farily remove to Chester. lira Earl lost his Lorse on Monday Imehat singular manner. He bad into the yard at Mr. Convers' house, he horse was started, and rearing, head down into a large cistern of ind was drowned before it could be 0. Guild & Co j have this week heed erecting a new building next to new block. It is to be used as a luse. , I-Gen. E. II. Stoughton arrived at re, on Monday. . C. K. Fleming is meeting with con- success in recruiting in this State, landing the very busy and unfavor- on for such work. His headquar- at White River Junction, and sub- ave been established in different the Slate. Fourteen have been 1 at Newport alone. Lieut. Flem- vcruitin for the first Vermont ar- whicli. by many, is considered by tnost preferable service. Brattleboro correspondent should' nt us his name. If, however, he that we have anticipated him. lese days when help is so scarce. should avail themselves of all ma calculated to save labor, and we n refer them to the advertisement ing machines in another column. 'e is a sure rule for cooking egg, .we find in an exchange : Put them water ; when the water boils take r e-rgs, and they will be found just uless you require tliem boiled hard. t them cook for half an hour, and II digest much easier, and be found nlatable than the waxy-like eggs y brought on for hard boiled. meeting of the ladies of the Soldiers' iety, last week, did not show the h'hich we had hoped would prevail. ing very few present We trust fnmg indifference is not real, and next meeting will prove it. A dis- pra the Sanitary Commission, says : collect and forward as fast as pos- !lon drawers, socks, and wrappers. ftmal supplies will be welcome." rXMrienrfid n of those sudden of the weather for which this part f ountry is noted, on Saturday and I last, the thermometer goins from J heat to decided cold in a few hours. jfiday and Saturday it rose above 00. ut four columns of advertisements -ire next week, which will consider- flieve the late pressure upon our sault was committed last Friday, 1 River depot, upon an Irishman John Kinary, by a teamster by the Phillips. Kinary got his head It bruised, but was not very materi- Fed. . The assault was caused by a Pging to Phillips, which snapped at binary's childien, for which he un- lo remonstrate with Phillips, where- Mlips also remonstrated with Kin- h a club! , Pro that the Armory at Windsor is 'og out guns at tho rate of 100 per that the first contract approaches jtior, and that the Second is bein: prward rapid'y. f iles of Windsor, and Dr. Emmons id, passed through this place on f y, to attend the National Medical f on at Chicogo. They will also at- great Ship Canal Convention to be e same place on Tuesday, June 2d. pdigbam showed some shrewdness I'Peakd to time, instead of etern- Si'RiNGFlF.m. C. M. Keycs, of Spring field, requests Us to say that having sold out his first installment of goods, he has tliu week returned with another fresh and new stock of Millinery Goods, including a great many novelties of the season, in Bon nets, Flowers, Ribbons, &c, also the largest assortment of Ladies' and Misses' Straw Hat, in the country, all of which will be sold low. Our readers who can appreciate a good article well made should buy their millinery ot Mr. Keyes, as he employs the best millinery talent to be found in the country. Lrttrr from Ursttileboro Bold Cae tfDar. glnry EscIiImb Chase alter I he UMrgI He la caught at last Bridge Smash la Weal Urottlrboro, Sta lin attlboro, May 27, 18C3, Mr. Editor: Last Thursday afternoon a stranger called nt Cressey's Hotel, in Ches terfield, N. II., and called for supper, after eating,' finding out that the Stage for lSiat tleboro had just passed, he professed great disappointment, because he wished to take it. I lie landlord however told turn that the Siage made a circuit of two miles, and by cutting across lota he could go a half mile ami intercept it ; tie apparently atartea tor this purpose. The next morning Henry Cool id ge, a merchant of Chesterfield, on getting up in the morning, found his watch, one hundred and sixty dollers in money, a dress coat and an overcoat gone. On look ing round the buigler's tracks were found, who it seems effected an entrance by phic ing a bidder against the piazza, and getting in at the second story window and entering the room where Mr. Coolidge was sleeping. passing through that room, and another in which some ladies were sleeping, down stairs to the basement story, where he found the coats, then back again as he went down, and out of the window where he en tered; and ail without waking anyone. He left a stone done up in handkerchief evidently to use a a sling shot, in case he should wake any one. Mr. Cotlidge on finding out his loss, sent messengers in every direction, offering a re ward of fifty dollers for the recovery of the property, and the thie.f. lie, and Mr. Cres sey, coming to Bratilubore, and finding out that the Stage driver did not receive the aforesaid passenger, suspicion of course fell upon iirm. mey statu nere an nour or two, and started for home, by way of Hins dale. On iheir way to Hinsdale, they over took a man, walking with a boy, wlio on seeing them, told the boy (who belonged to the neighborhood.) that he had a skid down by the river and was going to it ; and start ed for the Connecticut. .Mr. Creaay oot out of the wagon and followed him, and when near him, he turned and fired a pis ol, the ball passing by Mr. Cressey's ear ; who returned back a little way for help, where some men were at work near by. When they came to the river be had swam to the Vermont side, and was making tracks as fast as possible. They then returned to Brattleboro, got policeman Simonds, with a squad of us-i?-lants, who after scouring the woods and roads for miles and hours, caught him in ihe town of Guilford, traveling very fast Westward, lie was brought to this place, owned up to the robbery, said he lost over a hundred dollars in swimming the river, and fifty was found upon him. He was taken back to Chesterfield that night, had his trial the next day and taken to Kecne jail, where he now is. On Friday last as Mr. Temple's Baggage Wagon was crossing the bridge at West Brattleboro, it broke down ; the wagon and horses falling with the bridge, killing one horse, wounding otherf, smashing the wag on and things generally to a loss of three hundred dollars to ' Mr. Temple ; who freights between here and Troy, N. Y. The Brigade Band just recruited, and repotted here, serenaded some of our citi zens last evenins, showing themselves " Eome " in the way of music Mazzeppa Engine Company No. 4, Capt. Simonds, have their annual parade this af ternoon, they have a good day, and as they never do anything by halves, a bijj time is expected. L. Connecticut River, Valt-kt Medi cal Association. At the recent annual meeting of the Connecticut River Valley Medical Association, delegates to attend the different medical associations in various parts of the country were chosen, as follows : Rational Medical Convention at Chicago. Langdon Sawyer, Springfield, N. H. ; h. G. Jarvi, Claremont, N. II.; G. F. Gale, Brattleboro, Vt. ; L. J. Graves, Langdon, N. II.; Wr. B. Porter, Alstead, N. H.; II. D. Ilolton, Tutney, Vt. ; A. R. Cummings, Claiemont, N. II.; C. A. Scott, Plymouth, Vt. X. H. State Medical Society. It. If. Palmer, Ludlow.Vt. ; subsitute, W. A.Cha pin, Ludlow. Vermont Stale Society. L. J. Graves, Langdon, N. H. ; sub, H. G. Mclntire. New York State Society. M. C Ed mund', Weston, Vt.; sub., Z. Ilarringtcn. Maine State Society. L. G. Whiting, Chester, Vt.; sub., "Dr. Gregg, Newport, N. II. Massachutctts State Society. A. S. Car Fowle's I'ile mid Humor Curt. Fnt Internal and exb-rnal una. One bottle warranted a rHMCvu iii everv kind of film, two bottles in l.sr ao.v, Scaoruu, Bait Knr.usi. anj all diseases of the Sm. n ease ol failure. all are requesica wreiuin me tmnj tle and taHe back llteir money.- Averagi' bull lei in 100 returned, aud theae were Kiitula. No em, of Mure hi I'llee orUuuioti. gold evtry where. All dealere uiiut mttrmt It. . IMPORTANT TO FEitf AXfiS. Dr. Cheescrnaii' rill. THE eomblnailon of inrrenlfnta n three pills are the re rrnult ol a lot.u and extemtTe practice, t hey are mild In their ieratlou. and certain lu currM-tlng all lrr (Ularitie, Pahtlul MeuHtriiatione, removing all obntrurti" n, whether from cold or otherwiae. headache, vain In the id. palpita tion of the hrt, whitee, all ttervmia alTwtinna. hitericp, fatigue, pnln In tlie bark and liniha, fte., disturbed llevp which ariae lrotn Interruption of nuture. 11. CUEESKMAN'S PILLS wan the romnvneemen t of a new. era In the treatment of those lrreiiulttritiea and obetructlona which have rnopined Ro many to a premature uravo. No ft-male can eioy KIKd health nnleaa elie ia rrxular. and whencrrr and obnuructlon takea place tlie general health briua to ,lecline. Da. CHKBSEMAN'S PILLS are the moat effectl, remedy ever known for all eomplaltiti peculiar to fr'euialee. To all olaeee they are iuealuable, lu ducluz. with eertalntv. i!riliial n-zulartty. Tlicy are known to thousand., who have used tht.-ia at different pe- rich, throuKliont tlie rouutt.v, hviu the Muctionoi aouie of Hi. iiki t,mlii.nt nhvsicinua iu Auierica. Explicit ttirecllona. atattnt; wik-u tlicy enonm not oe hwi, with each box the price 1 per box, containing from 60 to 60 pills. I'll Is sent ty mall promptly, ry reoiltting ro tue rropne tor. Sold by Druggist generally. ., , K. B. UUTCinSOS, Proprietor, iii Cedar St., ew Voik. 0. ". Woods, Airent. neltowi Falla ; C K.Vilaa, Paper Mill Vlllaise; A. K. Johnnot, W alpole ; C. UilU, Keene. i-ly penter, Keene, N. II.; sub., E, P. Pierce. Connecticut State Sjcie'y. DnnM Camp bell, Saxton'8 River, Vt.j sub,D.W. Hai- leton, Cavendish, Vt- ' . ' , Rhode Island State Society. -E. Stratton, Northfleld, N. II.; tub., F. J. lligginson, Brattleboro, Vt. Tub Manchester Murder. The murder at Factory Point, in Manchester, briefly mentioned last week, continues a mystery, as far as is known to the pub lic, and the following from the Manchester Journal is all we have about it J- On Tuesday evening last our neighbor hood was shocked with the announcement, that a most horrid murder had been com mitted at the village of Factory Point Samuel Wilson a young man about 20 years of age, was returning from our village to his father's residence, at Factory Point, in company with two companions. It seems they stopped their teamnear the residence of Jesse C. Davenport. Young Wilson for some cause unexplained left the wagon, went up the bank in front of the premises where an individual was seen to approach him ; no words were beard. Wilson gave a shriek, returned to the wagon and fell. and immediately expired. " -.'""'" He was conveyed to the residence of his father Mr G. Wilson, where a post mortem examination was held, by Drs. Tuttle, Ed son and Ames, when, it appeared, that a sharp instrument bad penertrated the left s'de through the heart. Blood was found near the back door on the premises of Dav enport, and the weapon with fresh blood on its two edged blade was found secreted back of the house. . Deputy Sheriff Ilollister was called to the premises and immediately arrested and committed Davenport, who was on Wed- i,.,r- r..,: o.. i.cbu.,;- M!,. au.ncv. UuU.c u-uw c"" low at 8 s KUc. Hye sold at wl.llU buh. tthitelteans opjint wlm nftt-r taltino-th tpsfimnnv nf 1 -t&0 3,2a for common taucl ftood ; S3.25 Cpa geani, who autr lamng ine testimony or bmh (ut Canada Peaa l,liiai bu.h. WHEAT, RYE, CORN. Wheat, Rye, Corn. mm i i Wheat, Rye, Corn. CAiUimilM.n iUAKKF.T. . WiDstsBAT. May 27, 1868. . kt (vvr , .hAnt rO flenvj. and 77 Stores il.i Jr woraius auicn. Cow., one. two aud throe yaar oils. - Prices of Market Beef. Extra, 89 00 9 50; Srt quali ty, S. 75; mtimhI quality. Kfii $ 1i third qual ity. SAM) S 0.00, ordinary, 0 (). Working Oxen 876, HK1 j 175. Cows and Caleea- J'3, 38, 40 vl 60. Yearlings, none; two jetr olua, none; three year olds, none. Sheep and Lambi. 1M0 at market : prices In lota S4 00 4.50 each; extra. i.U0 !g) 8.00; or 6 t tJc lb Hides . SipjSJc. t lb- 'lallow,8(S8ctlb. Pelts, 50c. g S3 60 each. Veal Calfes, front 4,00 ;ff 6 50. Kemarka Aa there was a larger supply of Cattle this week prices were 60c 4j cwt. lower. Sheep sold quick ; prices the same as last week. Lambs more abundant. GOLDEN SHEAF WHISKEY- THE SUBSCKIBEH, linvitift been enEapcd for tua hut twenty yeare in the in, pqrlat.in and sale of nu and Spirlu, now Dnda irom i nil experieuce tuat real Pure Elourboii Wltikey, when made, as It ought to be, frosa Wheat, Rye and Corn, u wltKniit ilnnhc the most healthful and aiedb Inal Spirit that can be used Having wutiuilueu to ntae f'e raie ui this article a fpeclaliy in hie busiuesa, be baa acorptm me GKNK.RAI, SKI.I.IX AGK.Vt'Y KOK A UltUt DIM 11.U.H V l . HOl'HUUN C'UUN't'l', Kfc;.Tl'Cli', and In future will sell, under the brand of 'Golden Sheaf," WRR BOUHBON W HT8KKY.mtnufRCtnred fromtbtBKST Kl.bUiM CHAIN, ami mndflu tltv moM rtiul w-nnw. Vbttf tvlebrah-a Wliinttry will bo put up in cam. etio ins one Uomii botttt mrti, and offered Ho tb TrHito by bis Ttuvutiiig Asntn tUrouUout tb touniry, and alo hvpt on band in uis warvIiuuiHi iu ituaioa. tn baniri, half barrels, and kvjc. ' Jnoiviaunlg tlefJroui of procwrlng a Pure, rvliajl artict of BOUKUtl.M WUIKRY uta KiUtounMn price, have only to fit quins of auy rwpv-ciAb L Gruoer or Drutiiiti fur HL 1EN SUKAK W'UitKhV," or m-d their ur.ifii for any quautitj required to the Uuneral Uepot fur its MUe, 91 Wnphlnxtoit Street, Horn oil Each bottle 1 enclowd ta a Deat pasteboard box to en fur iu Kih transportation ' C. A. RICIIAUDS, L O ST! 5 TTTK CARS hwa Chewier nd Bellow u.n. . .ll Pin'KKT HIKlK aontakllnc twvlTC dollar in btah, two a three eaiall stamps, one Now af two hao dred dollars, pal able k Uajiaaa Cor, on Baakalie.aa oa waieh key. w M Wlioaver will send tna tame to me a vmmTw, -s b; eapreaa, will be lultabljr raKaiuaO. GreaiifclA Maaa , Mae 14, KMX HANNAH COM. DISSOLUTION. XOT1CE is herrtiy civeo that tlw copartnenufcip 1 hen-b'lwre exltin and dlng buslneae under Ihe arm of KINU Ik JIAIM.r.V, si Ibie da diswUewd b wtualem eout.and that Hie busiuesawtll herealter be eon I lined kj; If u ilAnt.KY OI.IVKK MriH, BeUow. I-.1U, Ma, 6th, HC3 22 3J - V. IUDLK. . CUtnia ef Jesrph A.neaalaf. STATK OF VBRMO.NT, (The lle PtobataCawH mat. or wr.TMtrr i. i. I fer s4 Metrics. Toall persona interented in the Kalali of JOJltfU . lMINti, late of Future. In said district, dveeaae. Ilraatlnf- Aherma, a. K. eKT, edojmUre..r of setd atate. hath inew-nted hta petition in writing, representing tbatlhe ta Ifilnst sakl twtale amount to about tlie swsa eAsl,0J t hai the expeuaei of adwlnUtrutiou will be about 60 .00 - ao6u.o That the personal estate of sail deeaaaeil aa per apprlal, U about t!e.W That the re I estate of said deceased eonslata nf Varas aiisl aied In aaid I'utney, and one nudietded third para af a shoddy mill and ahouse and land adjoining and connected therewith, aud tlutt it will be nereaary W sell ail ttl aald real e"ie la pay aaMdebu and apeneai. and pramg fwr bren-e to sell the aunie: ou era nereuy lie swo uiai Court will deeida upon aaid epp.tc-ttioM at a asmliia th,csf to lie held at the inn nf A K. Wilder, la Uoekiughaut. ha said 1'Utiic, on the ft rut w,dors.iav of June, A. H. wheel and w .eie ou uiay be beard in the pii-u.l-ee. If eon are lit. BKNJ. W. liAIAN, tieirister. 0 raft on, May 8, 1SS3. 20-23 ' Boston, Hay 10, 1S63. CENtUAL AGENT. , - 22 49 BOSTON MARKET. , Tqksdat, May 26, 1853. COTTON Market has declined, but no eery great salts. Salea at 50 60c for ordinary to good mi idliugs. T 1.0 UU Sales of Western superfine at F5,75 600; coniiuon extras at 80.00 Ci 6,50 ; medium extras at 7,(K1 oj ' Sb ; Canada, Genesee, Ohio, and Michigan choice, at $7,50 8,50t bbl. . OIIA1S Cora ha. been quite dull, and price are lower. Sales of Western mixed at 80 fa &5c bush ; tiouthern yel- several witnesses, ordered Davenport com mitted for trial before the county court. As this case is soon to undergo judicial in vestigation we furbear further comment THE LATEST NEWS! Latest news from all quarters represen- tlie state of thins at Vicksburg in the most favorable cor.dition for the Union cause. Friday morning Gen. Pemberton sent a flag of truce to Gen. Grant, offering to sur render Vicksburg if Gen. Grant would al low tlie rebels to lay down their arms and march out. The offer was refused. Thursday the rebel baiteiies on the hill North of tlie town were taken and turned on the entmy. On the evening of the same day the water batteries at , the foot of the hill were captured. The same evening the water batteries below Vicksburg were taken by Porter's morler boats. Friday, after the refusal to accept Pem berton's terms, Gen. Grant moved on his works, and the rebels were driven to the in ner fortifications. Gen. Grant's army is larger than is gen erally supposed j quite numerous . enougl) for tlie work in- hand. I. streiches, com paratively, around the doomed city, each wing resting on the river. Washington, May 27. The town is Mill greatly excited over the news from Vicks burg. There seems to be not a particle of doubt in any quarter that Gen. Grant will succeed in capturing Vicksburg, and rr.cst of the army there. The President has re ceived news of Grant's operations up to 4 o'clock on Sunday, when all was well, and he had been reinforced by some 15 or 20 regiments. Oue of the liitla fellows got off an odd expression in "this form: "Mother, did Gen. Mitchell go to heaven F Yes, my child, I think he did." Bully for him." American & Foreign Patents. R. II. KDDV. . SOLICITOR OF PATENTS, Late Agent of the U. 9. Patent OfTW, Wtshfogtoo fund thiAetof ltWJ.) 76 STATE STHEKT, opposite Kllbj Strwt, BOSTrtX. j VFTER an cxteniHre prarttr of npwmrd of twenty yrn , continue? towcore PatnCn in the Unite! Srrn'en; aim in Grrat Itritian. Prune, uf other foreign oountri. veats. 8pwnRtlnt. ltond, Ari(Tiniiit, ami all Papers ot Drawlmnt for Pate..U, exernted on liberal term. anl with dec pntcli . Kewarch matt- into American, or Foreign works, to determine the Ta'ttlity or utility of Patent or lDVotWne and !rpl w otrwr adTic rrmdrd -i all maitera toiirh injf the ame, Copfca of the claioin of any Patent furnfrbed fey remittitiy One Dollar. Aaaigmnenu recorUed at W'axb iigtn. The Agrney la not only the hireat In Vew England, hat through it inventor haw- a-KunUpe tor arcurtnft Pattnta. of aarertaininaT the patentability of Inrentiom anaurpaaaed by, if nt imnieararablv ninerior, to any which ejn m of frred them el!ewhere. Thf Tnerlmonfals brlow piYen prove that none ia MOHK UC( KI-'LL AT THK PATKNT OK HOE than the anbarriher : and aa ?UCt9 IS THK MOT PKiiOf Of ADVANTAUKS AND ABILITY, he woo 14 add that be baa abundant reaann to heliere, and can prm. that at no Otber office of the kind are the cbarjre Pit pmfcaakmal aervirea ao moderate. The imnienae p rue t ice of the anb arrttfer daring the twenty yenra part, baa enabM htm to ar-cDftuiiat a Taat collection of apecificationa and official hV eir4ona rrlartre to na tents. Theae, braid lite extnatve Kbrary of leyraJ and fneehanl eal work, and tull aeroanta of patent granted in the Uni txt r'catea and Rnrope. rmrteV him able, beyot d queattnn an offer at.pertor ntcilitie for obtaining Patenta. All neeeaalt for a Journey t W aabington. to p men re a patent and the aavaj great delay there, are here aarad !. Ten tot a. TtSTmovuil. "T regard Mr. Bddy aa one of the mot epb?e md twrn fid pracUUvneTa with wbmn 1 have hadonViltntreorae.' CBAKLEd MASON', Cotuniwrnwrof PaUita. I bare n beattarton to atwring InTantora that they ran ot employ a perem. morr romp tent mutt trusttcmrtkp, and more cp.bieof patting their application tn a Jnrm ta m cure for thrm aa early and faT'Tabl eonitiv ratio at th Patent Offlia-' KDMlXD UUKKK. Late t'oeanawatoBCT of Patent. Mr R. IT Fd lyhaa inad Jbr me TllIRTRKIf an p lie riona. on all but owe of wblrh patent have been granted and that ia mtnr ptmdimf. lnch nnnttetakab! proof of great talent asd ability o hla part ksada ma to fennmt4 m mil iuen iom to apply to hitn tn pr-wrw then? paten's, aa they may be etlre of having the bhn4 Ntthfnl attetitiow bvatowed on their eaaes, and at rery reaaonabje rhsrw." JOHN T AGO ART. I-tiring elpht mrnitha. the awbarTfber, In eoarae 4 h large praetlre. made on rn-( rcrtd anptvratinna, HIXTKK APl'ICAl, EVKHT ONK r4wrttehwaadceada1iBAfew br tlie mmiartoii-r of Patent, JL II. V.VOY.. to, Dec. 19. 1S6X 60-ly PIIOVI8ION9 The market for Pork continue eery dull. Quotation are at SMS tfy 13,00 fr prime: 14 (r 16. &0 for uieaa ; and ftl 18 t r clear and extra clenr. Salt of Keef at 11 to) 14,60 tor jEaatern and iVentern mesa ; and JtH.Mf ia. 16 for l.iunly extra, ttutter nrut at i ft &w wr gooa aud choice New York and Vermont, and Vl 'a 16c foi oom hiqd. ew Cheeae at 6 10c i U, a to quality. V001 Rah of 100.00H Ib fleece and pulled at 70 80c. aa to quality, moatly fleece at 76 uffi 80c t lb- 3Iarried. In Tramaniiel Church in this Tillage, on the 2Gtb Inst., by the Kev. Mr- Oliver, Hon AS A WHS T WOttTH, and Mis C A HO LINK L CliAbK. both of this vilU-e. In tliia Tillage, May 10, by Rev. E. C Ba?s, Mr JOTIV 8. MAItCll.of VVaipole, N. U.. aud Mrs. ABB1' ti. BOOTUUY, of Boston. Mass. la Westmoreland, N. H .. May 12, by ReT. E. B. Ttaaaett, Mr O. U. ULAOK, of liiufldale, to Mias KA IK li, VOKK3, of UestmoreUnd.. In Chester. Ma? 23, at the re-Men ce of the bridr father, Phinetia IMenll, lrf., by K-t. C. 0- tlurr. Mr. A A HON L KUBlllNS.arHi Mia LAURIE A. 1)1 VOL I,, both of Chester. riecl. Tn axlon's Tttrer, !ay 13, of consumption. 5Iiss F.MII.T aiMD.i.t,,uutuicf ui iut. la-ti r.unnult,agel 3i yeArs. At Kewfaoe. May 6tb. of eonaiimrtlon. ELIZA M. R. niiOWN, Uauirhter of Samuel G. and Mary 0. Brown, aged iM ;ear aau 0 uivuiua At DnDimenrton. May 13th, Mr. JOSrAH TENSEY, aged 71 years U months, 12 days. In Bridwater, May lutll, BLAKE HOWES, igcl 18 yea ia. 9 months. AtTownfhend, Apiil 28th. of diptherta, Et.LA E , aged 4 years, 8 months, l4d.lis; May Sd.llKltllKIM' O., aged 8 ears, 1 month, 23 daya childrcsi of Geo. J.and Kliza A. L e. On the !!Hh of December, 1R2, at Quarti Tlrer, Pleasant Creek, VicUiria, Australia, Mr, "UlLtf 1'UOMAS JAKtS, aged 40 years. In Windsor.May 18th. KTTTY T)TJDLET,aged 8 years, daught-r of Geo. W. aod Mary Dudley. In PerryshiirirN.V., May 31. Mr. ?ARAII II. TAYLOR, formerly of Windham, Vt., in her 00th year. la Acworth,N.H.,May22d,Mr. ZIA PB(JK, aged Wyenrs. In ?nulU limiting. May Zo, Mr. MARY, wife of Hiram Goddard, Ksq., aged 58 years. Ill It It V'S ; American Harvester. The Brst Mowtr ai:d Kcaprr in the World ! FOR good work, strength, nnd rlaraliilitr, and its adaption to unei,ven surfaeee.it has Doe,iual. Karm ers who want a machine to do their work and not to look at or ride round oa, will A nd it tor their intereat to buy a "Kirby." I am also manufacturing Derby's Right and Left Mower, Which will hare some adrantage over any other Machine yet made. Persons in waut are invited to aall and srw . ' 22-27 A, S. CLARK. : A JUST TRIBL'TK TO MEIUT. At Ixtcrxitioxai ExniBinox, Lovdox, Jclt 11th, 1862, DURYEA'S MAIZENA WAS the only I T " pn paratiou ftr frod from Indian Corn" tow received a tue-ial aud honora ble mention from the Koyal O o mmlHsion ra, the competition of all pro minent ntanfacturersof ' Corn Starch " and Prepared Corn i lonr 1 of thi and other count rie not withstanding. MAIZENA, The food and luxury of the age, without a single fuolt. One trial will convince the most skeptical. Makes I'uddlnKR, Cake, Custard, Mine Manfiv, &c., without fein'lass, with few or no epa. at a coat astonishing the most wououilcaJL-r-A slight adJiiion toordinary Wheat Flour greatly Improve. Brf-ail and Caie. It id alt-o exrvlient for thickening awtet aancea. graTica for flah and meat, aoups, &e. ot Ice 'ream, nothing can compare with it. A little bolted in milk will produce rich cream lor coffee, chochoiate. tea, &C. 1'ut up in 1 pound packages, with directions A most delicious artic e ol food f rrhiMrvnand lnraHUa of all ages. For aale by Grocer and DrugisU everywhere Manufiictured at GLESI COVE, LONQ INLAND. 1 M'boleaale Pep it, 166 Fulton St., N.V. 21-48 W1. DU11T EA, General Agenl.' GOOD .IVEWiS ! I CRAG IN & VI LAS, J JAVE just made a large addition to their stock West India Gocds & Groceries, TEAS, SPICES, MOLASSES, RAISINS, ' CITRON, BODA, STARCH, ' SAGO, eoMsisTnxa ?r C0F7KE, SUGARS, SYRUPS, ctmnANTs, ' CREAM TARTAR SALKRATU8, RICK, COCOA, , It: - CHOCOLATE, JOBACCO, OILS', SOAI'S, candles, bdtter, ciikese, . LARD, POTATOES, PICKLES, ; ; . CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE, Jfca, 4c, ftc,, all of which will be sold rbrap for CASH, or 'exchanged for most kiuds of Country Produce. ' CRAC1S Si VILAS. Bellows Falle, Mar 13th, 1863. 20 Notice) ef Adaption. i aatd Uatrkt, al.y CUi, MST. or W ISIMI.NBTia a. t. STATK OF VKRMOM, ( In l-rahare f eoH MIT. or A. !., 1WJ3. TTherens Snlllean Adamaard Martha J. Adama, hla wltr of Uiattou, In aaid ili-trirt hare atleptvd as tiHMr rhiid aual uelr-al-law. II til In UT KUMA 110 n AUD, ot aaM Uraft. n, a minor under the "It of fiurte je.ira.and baee danuate4 tlie name of welt minor hereafter to be tIAKKIKT kMMA AI1A.MM, purawant t the .r irioua of an Actenllekd An Act to provide lor the ad'.ntion of neraona and ehsttcea of nalue,,, approved Nov 80th, 18Ti3, it is ordered that publfa notice thereof be given by 1 ubttentlon three weeks su- eeea Irely In tlie I'.tLLovrs Falls Imu. priulatt in Kotluii(. ham In said I'Istrict, as aoon as ntav be. VX'it'i Attest. KK.NJ, W. DEAN, Kegiater. CO.M.M1SMOXEKS' NOTICE. WE, the nl)sbribcrs, being duly appointed by ) the Hon. Pr bate Court, tor .be I.Utrtct of Westoiln ster Commissioners to receive, eXMUilne, and adjnat nil etHims and dVmands of all persona against tba Lstate of, SKTII WYMAN. late of H ration. In a .id DUrlcf. dcreased and also all claims and demands eahlidt d la offset thvro to; and .ix months from the seventeenth day of a arch laat beiag a lowed by said com t for ttnit porioe- we do there fore hereby give Notice, tha we wiil attend to the uwlnsss, of our said apKf':tnieut at the dwelliuf boorw of Stephana )maniu Umfton. In said District, on the fourth Monday of August next, from 10 o'cock, A.M., until t o'clock, CM., on said day. WILLIAM HARRIS, SAMllfcl. AI.Ktil.l",Br L. I. TVinan, Adoi'r. ' ' 20-'2 - Ursftua, May 13,1861. COMMISSIOXERS OTICE. tlie gulcnbera, beinK duly Rppointed by 11 the linn, fmbate Court lor the Ditrict of tt'eatmln ster, t'omniisMoriers to receive, examine and adjust all elaimi aniktleuiaTida of all persons againat tba Kstata ot JUKI.S. PAtiE, lat of Wstoiiiuitrr.iu raid Ditriet. de ceased, and also all claims and demands exhibited is) osTroC thereto; -and six montha from th thirtieth day of April laat being allowed by said Court for thai purposo, we do therefore hereby give Notice, that we wl'l attend to the businese of our said appointment, at I tie dwelling-howso of Maj. Joel PaKe. in teeimiuster. In aaid District, oa the twenty-seventh da. -of June and tweoty-t.tnth of A. gust next from nine o'clock A. M , uutil four o'clock a. Mf on eachof said daja, . RICHARD WARD, p'iJ Maj. JOKT, PAGE. Admr'. Westminster, May 11th 168. SO 12 "; COMMISSIt .VERS' NOTICE. ... V E, the subscribe, being duly appointed by ton Tlon. l Probate Court for the Di.trlrt ol Westminster, Com. misalonera 10 receive, exumtne and adjust all claims and do mands atrainst the estate of AdAUtiL OUOOD. late)' of Townshend, la ssid District, deceased, and also all eta! me and demands exhibited tn offpet thereto and aix montha from the twent.v-fifili day nf April last, being allowed by said Court for that purpose, we do therefore hereby give notice : that we will attend to the business" four said aupointnasnt: at the late residence nf the deceased. In aaid Townshend,' in said District, on the second Tuesday In June, and Oc tober, from b o'clock A M. until 4 o'clock f.M.,00. eaaU of "M4.JS. tV'I.I.AHU W. HOWaKD. I CUILSOJ) C FMKBANK, j 1 " t ErRkitH Wiuior. Adm r. May 12, 1863. GRACE S CELEBRATED SALVE. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS. A LARGE VARIETY i'ELTOJTS BOOKSTOHE. J JUST RECEIVED! !'' A NEW LOT OF J W V. O? C XI US . 0? AND : .T EWX: L.R Y, Which we will sell lower than ever, tinder thealgn of the big WATCH AMD SPOON". CHAS. A. TRIPP. ItftATTtssoM, Aeo. 2S, 1862. 35 e r-v4 -'j- s. snl -v , -t f r.v i'i-ia4-,: L A SURE RELIEF FOR THE SUFFERER. H. 31. IIOLDKN, WATCH-MAKER AM) JEWELLER. cowtrrairrLT roa a Aba. -WAT0I1ES, CLOCKS. OOl.D AND SILVER WORK, AND FANCY OOIIDS. Also, a bu-ga aiwortmeht of ?peetae!ea. f tattonery, Ac C7 Watchea, Clocks and Jewelry, Repaired ia the very beat manner. Pooth Londonderry, Tt.,May 1, 18G3. 19 Tomato and Pepper Plants! TItR ptiWrilier has for Sale 1 0.000 "torn afrt And 8.1100 Heppee Plaora. The Temaro plana, aes erey hardy, havii $ all been traneplaoted Ume Uu. a l be aod at .he aardeil f r 8 erota ea. h. or d Hvered at any l..irr-.d staiKiO within ,b aiih-a. In tola of aot baa ttuta one kusHlred, at per bni.-dred. I'epoer f iauuaoid at the garde fct oac rent eeeh. . . . MO.NKOB. . EeCowi Fails, May 6, 13d li- This Salve is a TTgetablo prtTiaratibfl, inTcnt td in the 17fh century, by Da. Wit Grace, urgeon in King James's army. Through its agency he cured thousands of roost Bcrious gore and wounds that baffled the skill of the most eminent physicians of his day, and n-as regarded by all who knew him us & public benefactor. Grace's Cslebratect Salvo cures Ban) Grace's Celebrated 8alv9 euros Scalds. Grace's Celebrated Balvo cures Flesh. 'VTenndtV Grace's Celebrated Salvo cures Corns. Grace's Cebbrated Salvo cures Felons. Grace's Celebrated Salvo cures Frozen Limbs Grace's Celebrated Salve cures Wens. ' Grace's Celebrated Salve curea Callouses. Grace's Celobrated Salve cures Salt Ehsnnn Grace's Celebrated Salva cures Chilblains. ! Grace's Celebrated Salve cures Sore Breasts Grace's Celebrate! Salve cures Sore Lips. Grace's Celebrated Salve cures Erysipelas Sores. Grace's Celebrated Salve cures Abscesses. Grace's Celebrated Salva cures Uloers. ' " Grace's Celebrated Salve Cures Chapped ITtnds. Grace's Celebrated Salve cures Ringworms. And from Sores and Wounds of the most serious nature down to a common Pimple. It eradU cates Pimples from tho face, and beautifies the skin. There is no preparation before the public that can equal this Salve in prompt and encra gctic action for the speedy cure f external disa ease, as thoae who have tried its virtues testify. Soldiers, Sailors, and Fiohermcn, will find this Salve their best friend. It has none of the irritatine?, heating proper ties of other remedies but cools, cleanees, and heals the most serious Sores and Wounds. Every family, and especially those containing; children, should keep a box on hand in easel of accident, for it will save them much trouble, suffering, and money. AH it wants ia a foif trial to cure old and inveterate Sores. manufactured 1st WTCisIalAM: GHAvCrES, Amrsbarr, Mass, , PRIC1 & CENTS PER BOX. Farh Dot has the above to- an t the facsimile of the pro prirtnr'a signature attached to ft, wbieb. la duly eopj rljrhu-d. - .''-.- Oe. C. OoodvHn A Co.. 38 lUnoTer FtreM, Beaton, Oen oral Ajrenta for New England. (irwVe Salvo can be ob tained at aH uua rerpretabra lratota ana ecmmrr wre ererywuoro. THE LITEST NEWS! f ' -' : ' " The Lntc Illsh I'riea eI Dry Goods ha. vet i beeit alloffeiber high:! I V-Of W'lTIISf ANDINQ the generftl dis position i.1 of Manulucturers, City Merchauta. and I'pecularora to . kei-p prirea wri. tl combination has tailed, atid QuOUi of most kinds are very much lower.. . During the late panic, I have added to toy greek, NEW LOT OF Ladies' & Misses' Bonnets, Hats. Clioice Flowers, Itnches, Ribbons, Locea, ' White Goods, Veils, Hoop Skirts, Gloves and Iiohiery, every (Mykg, Sun Lmbrcllus, Parasols, Ac " 1 PRINTS, liKI.AINKS . . i , UoSAMBIQUKS. JHAi.l.!t& ' . . ALPACAS. Bl.IORAI.i, .. . j I ,v . AND A VAII1KTV OF ClIRAP bRkBS flflOl)", ? JOKHKT JKAN.S. l.'ULllRtift CAMBMK'ft ', SUMMKK tiltin.' fLANNIvW, HHAvVlJk . BKOiVfJ A bbKACUKO C0 l lN9. 5 head y-maDe ciothiwq i JENttteaENS' aN'6 IIOVS HATS ANb CAPS, BOOTS t . AKI MlUatV,. .... ... r - G R 6 C te R I B8, . ...... ;. t. i. sali, vmt, J 8UOVKW. noiM. ponkis, srtTrtiiS, SNATtts, Ae. IIBKD3 dRvSd, CLOVKIl AND OAltbllX 8KKDS, 1 All myOooda cannot be menticDed here-. My Stock Is cemplete more so than tuual-. - - f f; ( a FACTS FOR THE PUBLIC. The irerreni nMrrlon ofall fa-atiira I. i'w n-L... lli g up l.tiw PK1CKS rule to-day. 1 will for a fe da- sell rrOreenhaeksorCurn'nt nioney, it THK MUST AMKItlCAN ftKbAINKS for25claS. ii 0001) MAIIDBB PKINt, for 1 shl.libt. 1 . COTTON CLOTH-, 20 to 81 ct. V ,"' ? ' HkadY-MADK tlXrlHISd at wboleVala prleeo. and wlaen joucall ta boy. satisfactory price will be fires) oo all other goods. TERMS CASH. Kbne but ash price vrtlt be alvsn. ? . . 8a,U.lRiver,if,O)1803.' f SV8AB. f " "RA SS V o UN bRY, no, a LAuaaii BThbet. F1TCIIBUR0, MASS. ' LEVI STEVENS & ; CO., MssoriCrtiHrsj bf au. vasmrta or- ''? - BRASS, COPPER, 1XD C0.UP0SITIM CJSTO8S. IT Cash paid for Old Copper, Brass, Laid, jf ( te- ? April to, !813. - l-lf V STEAM AND GAS PIPE WORKS; '; $ I.stwrel Street, Fllrhbarsj, Maaa. 1 ' ' y. r-.A LEVI STEVENS & CO MAjltTACTURBltt OT . ' !cam ami C-'ns Fipe Fittings. - . SEALERS lXt .'rTlir ' ' . 1 ' ,'-. i. ' A. WEt.0F.t) WROCOnT IltOS PIPB, BRASS ANf ITOK " cir.M rusrs, BOILRR PrtEDERS v 3 A.VD IiOVV VTATER DETECTORS, ' auo -ntAisas ni Xcyt nnd Sccond-HatHi steam E- - fe'infs and Boilers. - Partlcnlae atVaHoo p.kj to ri n ra.cea.rfp. mmi Dwelllstar-nooaajsi Ct Anajo.wsa. with Sirs no. 13-ly 1 --