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The Great Balloon Disaster In France.
The a-ronaut, M. NaJar, made a voyage in lit great balloon, on the 18th ult., of al most unprecedented length, and duration, terminating in a serious disaster. M. Eu gene Arnault, editor of the Pari Nation, was one of the passengers and he send his paper the following graphic account of the Toy ape : " Haxotkr. Tuesday, Oct. 20. My lJer Editor You saw us leave the Champ do Mars on Sunday. Yotr were a witness of the majestic ascent of the Gcant rising , into the air amid the applause of the crowd. They cried to us from below, 1 Bon voyaie !' Altai ..... - -.: At nine o'clock at night we were at Er queline ; we pawed over Malines. and to ward midnight we were in Holland. We rose up very big"', but it was necessary to come down to see where we were. Igno rant of that, our position was a critical one. Below, as far as we could see, were piarsh-; es, and in the distance we could hear the roar of the sea. We threw out ballast, anl, mounting again, soon lost sight of the earth. What a night ! Nobody slept, as you may suppose, for the idea of fulling into the sen had nothing pleasant bout it, and it was necessary to keep a look out in order to ef fect, if necessary, a descent. My compass showed thnt wo were going toward the east ihtit is to say, toward Germany. In the morning, after a frugal breakfast made in the clouds, we re-descended. An immense plain was buuenth tis ; the villiioes appeared to us like children's toys rivers seemed like little rivulets it was magical. The ' sun shone splendidly over all. Toward eight o'clock we arrived near a great lake ; there I found out our bearings, and an nounced that we were at the end of Hol land, near the sea. . We were compelled to think of landing in order to take m a little ballast. 'Unhappily, the heavens had made us forget the earth, over which blew a wind so violent that in a few minutes our anchors, . enormous fulcrums of iron, were broken. The valve was shut, and the balloon, which could carry us no longer, began a piddy ca reer. He rose from twenty to thirty roe tres, and fell with incredible force. Little by little the balloon ceased to rise, and the car fell upon its side. Then begah a fun. ous, disordered race ; all disappeared be' fore us trees, thickets, walls, all broken or burst through by the shock ; it was fright ful. Sometimes it was a lake in which we pluuged ; a bog, the tliiik mud of which entered ur mouths and our eves. It was IT". P. IIL.EY BELLOWS FALLS. VT.. . maddening. ' Stop ! stop ! we shouted, enraged with the monster who was dragging us along. A railway was before us a train passing ; it stopped at our cries, but we carried away the telegraph posts and wire. An instant afterward we perceived in the distance a red house I see it now the wind bore us straight for this house. It was death for all, for we should be dashed to pieces. No one spoke. Strange to say, of those nine persons, one of whom was a lady, who were clinging to a slender screen of osier, for whom every second seemed counted, not one had any fear, All tongues were mute, all faces were calm. Nadar held his wife, covering her with his body. Poor woman I Every shock seemed to break her to pieces. Jules Godard then tried and acromplish rd an act of sublime heroism. He clam bered up into the netting, the shocks of which were so terrible thai three times he fell on my head. At length he reached the cord of the valve, opened it and the gas having a way of escape the monster ceased to rise, but it still shot along in a horizontal line with prodigious rapidity. There were we squatting down upon the frail osier car. Take care 1 ' we cried, when a tree was in the way. We tumed from it and the tree was broken : but the balloon whs discharg ing its gas, and, if the immense plain we were crossing had yet a few leagues, we were saved. But suddenly a for re at ap peared in thu horizon : we must leap out at whatever ri.-k, for the car would be dashed to pieces at the first collision w'nh those trees. I got down into the car, nnd raising myself, I know not how, for I suffered from a wound in my knees, I jumped, and made, I know not how many revolutions, and fell upon my head. After a minute's dizziness I rose. The car was then far off. liy the aid of a stick I dragged myself to the for est, and having gone a few steps I heard some groans. Saint Felix was stretched on the soil, frightfully disfigured ; his body was one wound ; he had an arm broken, the chest torn, and an ancle dislocated. The car had disappeared. After cros'sing a river, I heard a cry. Xadar was stretched on the ground with a dislocated thigh ; his wife had fallen into the river. Another companion was shat tered. We occupied ourselves with St. Felix and Nadar and his wife. In tryin to assist the latter I was nearly drowned", for I fell into the water and sand. They picked me up again, and I found the bath bad done me good. JJy the assistance of the inhabitants the salvage was got togeth er. Vehicles were brought. They pUced us upon straw. My knees bled ; my loins and bead seemed to be like mincemeat ; but I did not lose ray presence of mind an in stant, and for a second 1 felt humiliated at looking from the truss of straw at those clouds which in the night I had had under my feet. It was in this way we reached Ruthem, in Hanover. In seventeen hours we bad made nearly two hundred and fifty leagues. Our court infernaU had covered a space of three leagues. Now that il is over I have some ahudderings. It does not signify ; we have made a good j mrney, and 1 marvel to see w ith what indifference we may regard the most frightful death ; for, besides the pros pect of being da-hed about on our way, we bad thnt of fining the sea ; and how. long should we Uve lived then ? I am glad to have seen this happier yet as having to narrate it to you." - There ur but two wy which lead to great aims anj achievement euergy and perseveiance. Energy is a rare gift, it provokes opposition, haired and reaction, liut perseverance lies within reach of tr try one, its jwer increases with its pro gress, and it is but rarely that it oiiee its im- .... rnun at au xixdi or Cook, Parlor and Box Stoves, HoUow Wan f ill kind, Ssd-Irons, T.ine, Lead Pip, . Pump of til Sites, Plain Tin end Japanned Ware, , Britaane Teapot, lantern and Lantern Globe ! Of all sires. Tin, Sheet Iron Work on hand ' and mad to order. Alao, HOT AIR FURNACES ! ftr Churches, Town Ualls , or Private Dwellings, act la th beat manner. Alan, exoluslve Agent for the Mis of P. P. STEWART'S FUEL-SAVING, AIK TT0HT.8liM.MKK AND WINTER COOKINO BTOVK. I alao have Stove of various patterns, from the well-known Foundry of Barstow Stov Co., Providence, R. I., to which I call special attention. The above Goods will bo sold at reasonable prices, fjl ISAM PAT. N. B. If yoa want a poor article, g, somewhere else. 23 F. P. II A l LEY. GREAT CONFLAGRATION f After haying 161. teverely Uritd. eren bj th CHESTER DRUGSTORE : xtill survives, and has come ont Minus tkt Dross, and can now be found a small distance 'Hp rote,' and opposite tbg CUNOREOATIONAii CHURCH. And in the Store Is Doctor Moore, who Intends to keep constantly on hand and for sale at the LOWEST CASH PRICE. a general assortmec of Pure Drugs & Medicines, CVmieab, Perfumery, Confectionary, Nuts and Fi'gj, Part Spires, Catnpkene Burring tUuid, Krrosrne Oil, Dye Stuff's, Patent Medicines, Trusses, Supporters and SMouiiler Braces Stationary, Fancy Goods, tee. Dr. Moore will be usually found at home, and ready to prescribe for the afflicted who may please lo give him a call Physicians prescriptions carefully dispensed day or nigh Chester, June 15, 1808 88 , ttailrodbo. Rutland &. Burlington Railroad. 8UMMKR ARRANOEMBNT fX and after Monday, Sept. 11, 1803, Trains will run as lotiowa, so wit : MOVING SOUTH AND EAST. Leavo Burlington . 8 25. A. M, 11.15 A. M..9 3" t. M Arrive at Rutland, 11 25 A M., l ift P. M., A. M. Leave Rutland. ft 83 A. M.. 11.65 A. U. A Trim at Bellows Falls, 1.00 P. M , , 1 60 A.M. MOVINO NORTH AND TV EST. Leave BellowsFalls, 12.20 P. M., 9.20 P. M. Arrive at Rutland 2 W P M , 11 45 P. M. UaveKntlsnd ' 1 S.1S P. M , 8.30 P. M.. S 00 A. M Arrive at Burlington 8 (10 P. M..S.85 P. M., S OU A. M. TRAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS At Burlington, with VermontCentraland. Vt Canada Railroads fur Montpelier, St. Albans, House's Point, Mon treal, Ogdensburgh and the West At Rutland, with trains for Troy, Albany and New York, Saratoga Springs, Seheoee- ady and the West At fellows rails with trains on Cbeah- re Railroad for Fitehburg Worcester, Lowell and Boston. With Vermont Valley Railroad for nrattleboro, Springfield, Hartford. New Haven and New York and with Sullivan R, R. for Windsor, White River Junction, Wells River, St.Johus bury. Barton, Littleton and the White Mountains. Passengers lor the est will Bud this a cheap, pleasant and expeditious route. ror Ticsets and all necessary information enqnire at tne offices on the Hue. R. A Kotiasb, Vt., Sept. 14. 1803 AP1N, Superintendent. 1 TO THE LADIES OF AMERICA ! MORE VALUABLE THAN GOLD! MORE VALUABLE THAX GOLD! DR. JOII.V L. LVOV'S French Periodical Drops, French Periodical Drop. FOR FEMALES FOR FfcMALKS Suffering from Irregularity, from whatever cause. IT IS SURE TO CURB! IT IS SURE TO CURE! It Is IniDOStible to eniov the blonm of health and b! .!- of spirits uniesss you are regular as to the time, the quan tity and quality. When they are obstructed. Nature mali her efforts to obtain fur it some other outlet, and unless these efforts of Nature are assisted, the oatient nsnallv . pcrlences Despondency, Nervousness, and finally CONSUMP TION assumes its swav. and nremnturelv tMrn.ini.fMi - n,t. erable life. IT REMOVES ALL OBSTRUCTIONS! IT REMOVES ALL OBSTRUCTIONS ' IT REMOVES ALL OBSTRUCTIONS! IT REMOVES ALL OBSTRUCTIONS! IT IS A PERFECT REGULATOR IT IS A PKKVKT Rtnni iTon BEAR IN MIND. BEAR IN MIND, THAT I GUARANTEE My DROP3 CURE TR REGULARITIES from .I,.!.... cause, though cere should be used that the directions which accompany each bottle are carefully adhered to. VVX THE BBST! BUY THE SAFEST I BUY THE BEST! BUY THE SAFEST BUY TH r? SIREST ! BUY THE SUREST! WHICH IS LYON'S DROPS WHICH IS LYON'S DROPS. TIIEY ACT LIKE A CHARM. by strengthening and invigorating and restoring the system to a healthy condition. It moderates all excess, and re- "wbvi uuuuub, anu a speeay cure may be relied on. TO MARRIED LADIES they are peculiarly adapted. SURE TO DO GOOD ! CANNOT DO HARM! SURE TO DO GOOD! CANNOT DO HARM! BE WISE IN TIME! BE WISE IN TIME! Let not disease destroy your constitution. Try a bot.le of my PERIODICAL DROPS, and you will be satisfied that I am no imposter. Tell your afflicted friend what restored the bloom of health to your cheeks, and thereby confer a favor more valuable than gold. It is just the thing. I have now in my mind an instance of a lady who had been suffer ing from painful menstruation for two or three years, con fining her to her room each) time ; sbe had applied to several eminent pbyreians, without relief, when one bottle of my DKOl'S entirely cured her. ONE BOTTLE CURES! one butt le clues is almost every case; DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON! DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON ! But Cut this Out and semi tt tn An Tl 1-. t u- has not got It make him buy It for you ; or it may' be obtain ed by ewloring 81,00 to the General Agents for the United U. U LAKK sr. II.. Wholesale Druggists, New llaven, Conn. For sale by Druggists everywhere, price 1, per bottle. The tra le supplied by GEO. V. GOODWI.V Jt CO., Beaton, Muss 84) O. F B OODS, Agent for Bellows Falls. 83. Cheshire Railroad.-, SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. On and after MO.iDAT, May 20, 18o2, Traim will run as follows MOVING EAST Leavo Bellows Falls at 8 30 A. M. and 1 55 P. M. : Keens at 0 30 a., ai. ana a. do if. m. ana arrive at ritcnoarg at 11 40 A. al. and 4.62PM.; Boston at 2.30 and 7-3QP.M.1 Worcester at 2.00 and 7.00 P.M. MOVING WE3T. Leavo Boston at " 80 A. M. and 4 00 P. M; Fltchburgh at 9.46 A. M and 6 80 P. M. ; Keene, 11.28 A. M. and 8 25 P. M and ai rive at Bellows Falls at 12.20 A. M. and 9.15 P.M.; Windsor 1.2" A.M. and 10.16 P. M.; Rutland, 3.00 A.M. and 11.45 P. M.; Burlington. 6 00 P. M. Trains Connect as follows . Up trains at BellowsFalls with RUTLAND ft BURINGTON RAILROAD, for Rutland, Burlington, Montreal, Ogdena burgh, Albany, Troy , Saratoga Springs, Scheneetadv and be West. No change of car between Boston and Rutland by either train. Lodge at Hutland,arrivmgat Burlington 9.00 next morning, A o Also, with SULLIVAN RAILROAD, for Windsor, Whit mver uuncnou, Burlington. Ugdensburg. Montreal, St. Johnsbury, Ac. via. VT. CENTRAL, PASSI'MPSIC, and VERMONT fc CANADA ROADS, Ac. Both trains make direct connection via VT. CENTRAL R. R. for all points norm, tue last train up running direct through to Windsor " jv. diincnon ana nurnngton. by night train over Vt. U n. ii., arriving ac nurnngton o 20 next morning, Sc. Down Trains Connect at Fitckburgk with Trains of Fitchburgh k Worcester R. R. for Worcester, norwicn, rroviaenceand Mew York city. And at Groton Junction with trains of Worcester & nTa.h na R R. for Nashua and Concord and with Trains of Stony D t 1 . . i ii . . -r.uv ... ... ior jAjweii, uivrence. etc. ' is A. en AriN .Superintendepv. R. Stcwart, Gen. Ticket Agt. Superintendent's Office. Keene, N. II., May 22, 1862. Vt. Central &, Sullivan Railroads. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Commencing June 29th, 1863. TSAI.VB OOIITOSonTn JNBEim . l nn . Point at 4 M A. M . Burllnirton :is a u I U l.if- lii,.... 1....' " , :."" :, '"' ... "V . V u nu at netiows rails wim trains i MiBiiw. . urceu.r. n.. inn with vamw..., i'.n n.ti. uT?Rfopr Sfring814 oik,rrivlng In New York at Die Ktphbi T..n .. . ft oo A . . Montreal at 6.00 A. M.. Rouse's Point at SIS a V r. coston. . NlUKT ExpRXSi leaves Ofdensbnrirh at 15 IK p. M treal 3.45 P. M.. Rouse's Point at R (Ki P. M . -nIl .,,i. in Boston at 8.40 A. M.. connecting at Rellnsa Fall, mith Cheshire Railroad for Boston and Worcester, and with Ver mont vauey jianrosa for Springfield, New llaven, and ar riving In New York at 4.20 P. M. TB.UJ.S GOHIO 0TB ASB WEST. ', Day Express Train, leaves Boston at nn v ii-uf. River .tunction at 12.15 P. M.. Riirlin.rts.n .ISVID u Ogdensburg. Chicago ft the West, making close connections. ....... uuewn (.oil A M , via Lowell Law rence, or titchhurgh. Leave Springfield at 7.60 A.M., Bel lows Falls at 12 20 P.M. for St. Johnsbnrv Littleton .nH Burlington, fcc; arriving at Montreal at 10.80 P.M.. and Ogdensborg at 6.80 A.M. wight r.xmraa Tails leaves Bellows v.ii. .t o 15 u receiving passengers from Vermout Valley Railroad ica'vin New York at 8 00 A. M . and frnn. rhki u.ii.j . '" lng Beaton at 4.00 P. M., connecting at White River June .? Zl'S leaviD oson at 6.S0 P. M., ia Low-H, or at 6 00 I'. M.,via Lawrence. Leave White Kinr.lnn.tln.. 11 48 P. M arriving at Burlington at 4.60 A. M., Rouse's Point at 6.55 A.M., arrive at Montreal at 9.00 A.M.. and at Ogdensburgh at 12.15 A. M Both the Mail Lraln, and ine imy Express Trams connect at White River Junction with Passumpsic Road for ajid from Boston and tne White Mail Train north from R,,iu-.n n- . ,,,,. River Junction without deiav with r . and Manchester. ' r " ""r'1 Bleeping cars are attached tnhnth ih. .1.1., . running between Ron's Point and Boston. nriV.ruF . ,rket for Cnicgo and the West for sale at the principal stations. q mkiirii.l 8n, Bt. Albans, Vt., June 29. 1863. 22 One Hundred Dollars steward FOR A MEDICINE THAT WILL CURB Congba. influeasai Tickling i the Throat, Whooping Cough, . Oi relievo CONSUMPTIVE COUGH, as quick aa OOE'S COUGH BALSAM! OVER FIVE THOUSAND BOTTLES hare been sold In Its native town, and not a Ktn.u i. of It failure is known. We have In our possession, anv nuantltv nf nrtlL..t. someof them from EMINENT PHYSICIANS, who have' used it In then- practice, and given it th preeminence over any other compound It does not DRY LI A cniTP.II 1,,.. tonivui 1. to enable the patient to expectorate freelv. ' Two OI TsaU DOSES Will I.IYAAIABLr "CtTRt TlCgUKO ISt THE TsmOAT. A HALF BOTTLE has oftea completely eared the most JSjtllll)OITl Couli. And yet, though It U so sure and speedy in its operation. It Is perfectly harmless, bekir niin.lv ,hi.i. 1. 1 : agreeable to lbs taste, and may be administered to children ln'eT of CRrjP" we will guarantee a CURE, If taken Mo Faaaily .hoalel bo wlth.at it. It is within the reach of all, the price being ; ONLY TWENTY-VIVE CERTS. Ami If as Investment and thorough trial does not " back up the above statement, the money will be refunded. ?J . .fbi' koo",n merits, and feel confident that one trial will ascure fbr it a borne in every household. 'J"' "J" ,w' Ub Coogtiing. when so small an In T, '.wi 1 ! 1 may be had of any respectable UrugvM In town, wbo will furnish yoa with circular of genuine certificates of cures it has made. C. O. CLARK ft CO., Wousau Danoeina, New llaven. Conn., ?oT:!:wr .nl. 88 12 OKO. C. GOODWIN It CO., Boston. Wrapping Paper, O UITABLE for Dry Goo. rl Orocrf fcr ,). O at too lowest ratea at the Book bindery Brfeboro,Tt. C " IT'jimia for IStile ! ON aeronnt of poor health the SuWrilwr offeri his mna for sale. Said farm at attumted la West Doaa mrTMo.. t,o- tb. Stage mad K-ading reoai Brattlebom o A ewfaae. h pleenntly situated, aad essoins about 71 acres of good land, and divided into mowing, tillage pas turing, woodlaad. and a good supply of grafted frail.' iu said Ursa tamo as a good awaaee. hara and sheds ail n snod wpoa-) raaaiDg watrr a tba bosaw and bans. Tenaa any loo nines ey letter retarlvw to aiy (ana n. ara, d a Vt. will be proaeptiy adsweted vteat vum DAVID AIKEN. 041 Vermont Valley Railroad. NOTICE. On and after MONDAY. May 4. 1863. Pas senger Trains will leave Kf.llnWKf.il. trfr RhI.I-Iu.hi at 7.60 A. M. and 2.05 P. M.,and returning leave Brattlebo. ..miwwa. fl.,uu,.tur.a. Freight Train leaves Bellows Falls at 4 35 A. M. and BratV sieooro at o.w A. m . The two passenger trains ovei this route, connect South with the Vt. ft Mass.. and Connecticut River Railroads, to ..p.HKiu, ..wujn, new n,nn ma unagporr, airect to New York. On the North with the Rutland ft Burlington, Sullivan, Vt. Central, Vermont ft Canada, Connecticut and rassumpsic Kivers itallroaas. forming direct communication with Whitehall, Saratoga and Schenectiulv. Rt. Jnhn.i...w ...fi lvv. - i : 11 . . . . ' . n.. . J o..,w .. u.7 .....uuioiim, Duriiugioa anaKousc s feint, ug ...... fiLUAiUP t. May 4, lBliS. ji STILL TIlIU3iriLVNT THE lesson chances hul not o the tide of sue eeas which baa bsea Howlmj to aponNEWVOM Balboa, In want of goods in bis lint evidencing by their acts that they appreciate his effoiia to furnish them with clothing well made from - Tlie Host of Stoclc ! And at FAIR PRICES. The annual elroull of " lather Ti....t h4. hmiiht ii. ..ntln to Ale season when nature M pivpering for the snows and Ice of winter, and it behooves the children of men to heed the lessons thereby taught them. Therefore they should purchase warm clothing, and thua be ma.lv for the chill blasts now at hand. The bast place to do Ibis la at the Clothing Emporium or C. E. NEWCOMB, Being one of the capacious Stores In King's New Building, BELLOWS FALLS, VT., Which Store w a built emresslv for him. and Is tiled with every appliance fur his business. He has just returned from market, aud Is prepared to oiler hit customers a targ and WELL SELECTED STOCX: From which to select. This Stock comprises Overcoatings ofall Kind, KiiglleJt French and Grrmaa Broadcloth and Doeahlna, Harris, ICddy,.SpraKar,Scagrnvc, Mid dlesex and other mnaafnclares of Fancy Caaalmerra, Velvet, Silk, Caabmere and other Sty lea VESTIXOS, ALL of which will be made up so order In the most unex ceptionable manner, as to style, fit, workmauahlp and trim ming, lie is also prepared to show a scperfor assortment of cents' Fiuxisimr. GOODS, Such aa WOOLF.S ft COTTON SHIRTS, FANCY WOOL SHIRTS, DRAWKRS, BRACES, NECKTIES, STOCKS, COLLARS, POCK IT UAND- KBRCUIEFS, BUCKSKIN GLOVKS AND MITTEN'S COTTON, WOOLEN AND KID GLOVES, &c, sc. Also the iafest styles 81LK BATS, SOFT HATS, and CAPS In great variety. or Krady Marie lolhins It u bit intention to keep ft fullw mwoiDMiii than ever be Sore, aoa any wbo desire reaUjr made rent Pants, VeiU, Cem, Ore rail a. Will find Jnut what they want at Kewcomb'f. which are rrom uooa scock, ana wen maae up. AUtheaboTe men tinned sooda, and many other thin pi unt mfntiontvl fir lark of upare, will be sold at LOWKST t'OSaiHLK PK10KS. for CASH, tin adoption of thewuA system being an absolute necettricy, owing to the fact that tbf exigences of the time hare eaaed dealer in market to fll for v.aflh, eon-eqneotly eoniyciting ua to veil fur what we nuy. II art eg had much experience, and unrarylng iiieeew. In uuaing 3rilitary Uniforms, lie would solicit orders from members of the Union Army. he being prepared to fill an unlimited number of such or ders, having a full assortment of MILITARY CLOTHS and TRIMMINOS. -All thwe things can be verified, as well at demonstrated. u you win caui on V. E. NEWCOMB. Bellows Falls, Vt.. Oct 7, 1663. 42 NEW GOODS, AT THE LOWEST PRICES ! THE Subscriber has jast received from market a jl iresQ supply oi - DRY O OOI ! Of various kinds, among which are the best stylet of DRESS GOODS, PRINTS, ETC., COTTON CLOTH. FANCY GOODS, ETC. Also, a new supply of Groceriersi! Of the BEST QUALITY which the market afford Customer) will find the above goods for sale at prices as low, and In many instances, lower than elsewhere. J.Q. WIGUTMAN Bellows Falls, Sept. 17, 1803. 88 PROPOSALS FOR RAILROAD CROSS TIES. for QRAND OPENING OF NEW - FALL GOODS BY O. J. PIUTT & CO., NO: 1, GRANITE ROW, 1 Bratlkboro, formout. ELEGANT SILKS, SIIAWL9, CLOAKS ft DRESS GOODS IB OaiAT TAMITT. DOMESTIC COTTONS, HOSIERY ft CLOVE8, ZEPHYR 1V0RSTUD8 ft WOOL YARNS, Of every description, together with a very large and RICH ASSORTM8XT OP MILLINERY GOODS. Embracing all the latest novelties In LADIES' AND MISSES' HATS, BONNETS, HEAD DRESSES AND NETS, FRENCH FLOWERS, RIBBONS. DSESS TRIJIMISGS, And In fact, every article pertaining to a First Class ITIillinrry Slock. All of which will bo sold AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. O. J. PRATT Jt CO. September 2D, 18G3. no Selling Off Cheap for Cash! THE undersigned, contemplating an earlr chance ta their business, will offer their stock of Irr Gamete, Groeerlea, t'rorkrrr. fcc to their old customers, and the public generallj. for CASH OZVL.Y, f"T -ains; nearw tne present wnotaaala value of .- -'. nmrKw. V aaie l booetit a amntitv of an at.nl. assort oorateek.whick we will sell dr et ..1 while at the same time aw have a serge varV'T at smdniZfa A" . "T thv eaa be koaaiit wow. Oar object is to sell oC satMeA a. .1 o. adjr,,rovo so tt (o,U hjterest of thcae whobavftareassi.oritseaainUnt ..-11: tavlrejaehreall. ' J AM W i. 'a luXliDk VcT ttxum t Kircr. Dec 1, 16a. ao TIIE Manajrcrs of the Rutland and Burlington Railroad Invite proposals until the 1st of January next, 50,000 Chestnut, Cedar and Tamarack Cross Ties. To he delivered on the line of said Road, or at Burline. ton or Bellows Falls, previous to the 1st of May, 1884. Said Tics to be cut not less than 8 feet long, from sound timber, hewn or sawed, 6 Inches thick, not less than 8 Inch face, of even thickness, and sawed or cut square at each end, and to be ao delivered that they eaa readiij be loaded V. .1 . Persons offering proposals for any oart or the whole of the above number, should be particular to stabs the num ber of each kind and the place 0 delivery I Notice wilt be given immediatelv after the 1st of Janaarr whether proposals are accepted or not. Contracts will be required from persons whose proposals are aceep'ed. Payment to be made upon the delivery and inspection of the lies. Proposals will also be received for a limited number of Hemlock Ties of the dimensions given above. Any farther Information may be obtained bv enquiry of J. F. BT1NSON, O. WOOSTF.R. or J . K. BAOI.KY. Rutland, Aug. 2iltb, 1S63. MASON &. HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS. Patriate October 21, 1868. THE CABINET ORGANS are pronounced by X Artists " the best of their kind in the world ; "and 'very admirable fbr both private and public use." (-ee written testimony from more than OKI Bi'KPasn of the eminent organists oi tne leading cities.) Mason ft Hamlin's instruments hsve received the only Ooia Msdal ever awarded in this country. also. iLtviir Sn.Tr.ir Man Ais, and fourteen Diplomas, in all twenty-sis First Premi ums, over all competitors. Prices or Cabinet Organs, (manufactured solely bv Masou ft llALis.)S,llto5W). Melodeone. StiO to afro N.B -Instructors for the Cabinet OrpMi.-also arrange ments of music for the same, are published by M. ft II T1?l1T"vA.?"i', Hiu. Boston," or "Maw. Baa. , .... ... 4).u A JUST TRIBTJTE TO MERIT. At iKTIlKATtOXAl EXRinnioit, I.0MP0H, Jvit 11th, 1S0-J DURYEA'S MAIZENA WAS the only 1 1 " pre pa ration fir food front Indian Corn" that received a medal aud honora- blenisntloa front Uw Royal Commission ers, the competition of all pronineui msnfaeSursrsol .Corn Starch " and ' Prepared Corn flour " of this and other oountriea aot wlthsunding, MAIZENA, The food and luxury of the are, without a single fault. One trial will convince the moat skeptical. Makes Pnddtnrs, Cakes, Custards, Blane Mange, fto., without isinglass, with lew or no eftta, at a cost astonUhiug the most economical. A alight addition to ordinary Whrat Flour greatly Improves Dread and Cake. It Is also exoelleot for tbfekeulng aweet sauces, gravies for fish and meat, soups, fto. For Ice Cream, nothing oan compare with it. A little boiled la milk will produce rich cream for coffee, ehocholate, tea, fte. Put up ia 1 pound packagee, with directlona. i ' A most delicious artioleot rood f r children and Invalids all agos. For talc by Grooera and Druggists everywhere , Manufactured at OI.KN COVE, LONO ISLAND. , Wholesale DcpH, 10S Fulton St., N. T. 21-43 WM.DUKYEA, Qeneral Agent. Impotiaat to thel TT 11(1W 1. .. N Noa.TandS KndlcottStrr,'I1 A PRIVATE OR DKUC! By a long coarse of study and limited extent. Dr. D. ha. the unfortunate with remedla. Hrst Introduced tbem, faiW J 'J' J sea of OONORHUdAaM. Beneath hb treatment, ail . "K pure blood, linpoUnoy,8r?,2,J aud distress In the reirions or 1J . 1. ii 1. 1 1 ... , snifM., a frightful swelhuga, and the Iob't J attending this Clara of dl..".ln J harmless as the simplest aiUngaif J DCMinAL WEaKv: Dr. D. devotes a great party " of those eases caused hv . . " . ruins the body and nitud.una.itia.'S ual for business or cocietv. an, i choly effect produced by earl, k." ness of the Back aud Limbs, liu-T ot sight, Palpitation of the hJT? Derangement of the digestive fnI aumpUon.te. The mr:l .d,!1 be dreaded j loss or memory, smi!' of spirits, evil forebodings. tlmidlea, fto , are among thesviuTlVN should, before eoatcmplatkie can of experience, and be at oattZ" Uanpii Patl FAMILY DYE COLORS, rAw. ' irveing n 1 1. f , nuoLfis ana rajr COTTON GOODS. SHAWLS. . SCAHFS, DKKSSES, KIB. BONS, GLOVES. BON ' NETS, UATS, FKAT11KR9, KID aLOVKS, ClllLDKKN'8 . CLOTUl.NU.and all kinds oftVear log Apparel, . WITH PERFECT FAST COLORS. LIST OF COLORS. Black, Dark Brown, 8noff Brown. Light Brown, Dark Blue, Light 11 ... . . . i H t : .l . n Blue, i.i, vi 1 mi , l.i ). 11 1 umu, Pink, Purple, Slate, Crimson, Violet. Royal Purple. Salmon, Dcariet, vara nrab, Light Urab, Yellow, Ught Yellow, Orange, MagenU, Solfcrino, and rFeach Blue GREAT ECONOMY! A SAVING OF80 PER CEXTII In every family there "1I1 be found more or less of wear ing apparel which could be dyed, and made to look aa well as new. Many articles that become a little worn, soiled, or out of style, are thrown aside. By using these dyea, they can be changed to any color or shdc lo a very short tint 9, at a small expense. Yon can have a number of shades from the same dye, from the lightest shade to the full color, by following the directlona on the Inside of the package. Atcvery store where these dres arc sold, can be seen sam ples of each color, on Silk and Wool. All who have used these Family Dye Colors pronounce them to be a most useful, economical and perfect article Numerous testimonials could be given from ladies who nave used these Dyes; but in this case it Is not required, as Its real value and usefulness are found on one trial. For further Information in Dyeing, and giving perfect knowledga what colors arc best adapted to dye over others, (with many valuable ycipee.) purchase Howe ft Stereos' Treatise on Dyeing aud Coloring, bent by mall on receipt of price? 10 wilts. Manufactured by 1I0WR ft STEVENS, Practical CheulsU, 25S Broadway, Boston. XT" For Sale by Drngglata and Dealers In every City and Town. 6l WHEAT, RYE, CORN. i one,, tieote who wish to remain ..... . a lew unys or weeks, will bt nireuZ, " ' and charges for board modem. of tba country, with full directioesw scrlptlon of your eases. Dr. Do an vsputiee, war ran tea tne best Br.,-,"" Three for SI. and a red highly iniW Tn V9PM a V B..U a - l FVH. I)OW, Fhysk ian and s U Kndloott Street, Boston, is eml seasas incident to the femal. ..Z"" the Womb, Flow of Albus, Suppreaa clplej aod spe.d. relief luaranteci,,1 j , , vnv urw moos sfr, olsuinate complaints yield under it J aooa rejoices ia perfect health . ' I'r. Dow has ao doubt had treat... of disease of women and children ta O Boston. C: Boarding accomodations for pan, Stay In Boston a few days under hi. J ......nonn,, naving const.' (.i.iw. i T I oft' -' "' " ceataia 4 let not he answered. Office Hours from S a. .(ofr. DR. MARSH AT,. Headache and CntaM rpuiS Snuff baa thorouehlv n .. X article ever known for curim aiiw we iiwiwii. 11 du eem tr. . in wm; caije oi sore eyat. UaJ. J , ueanng nasonenbsn ur ive un. . 1 1 nurses out all nh.tn.tu. Glands, and gives a healthy actios to tbj la iccommended bv manv of th. K... 1 used with great meres and aatwhctkn A More tnan twenty 8 re veers' aj great value ; and at this momsnt it stitt before. A large number of toe most rcspetiaV, gist In New York and Beeton ia a a- toem In 1S64 .say : "Th onuersiirned ImJ been acquainted with Dr. alarthall i J Headache Snuff, and aoM in our wavkwej state that we believe It to be equal ia nrl recommendation given It for the cart of iJ sua ma, 1 1 is aeciuedly the best articles, for all the common dlaeasea of the k. n S7-BKVVAKK OF COUNTEKKKITS-1 sigoaiur oi uie proprietor, CUAKLke t. MANHOOD HOW LOST! HOW EES Jm PtrniMu, n i Sum lr ftl i LECTURE on the Ron, ttd i V Radical Cure of Spenoatornaa sr H neat. Involuntary Emissions, Sriasi Milky Golden Sheaf WHISKEY. The subscriber having been :T. I' Sr.: i B,n, Marriage generally, NerfotUM ;ruT ii -i. "ViZ I KP"W and Fiu: Heotal and Plirow Anda from that real this experience Pure Itoiirbon Wliiskcy, when made, as It ought to be, from "WHEAT, RYE AND CORJT, Is,'l'bout doubt, the most healthful and medicinal Spirit mat can oe usco. Having determined to max the rale of tuis article a specialty in his business, he has accepted th CENERAL SELLING ACF.XCT FOR A LARGE DIMTILLHRV IN BlllKBO.V COl'NTI, KENTICKV, and In future will sell, under the brand of . PURE BOURBON rVIIlSKEY, manufactured from the REST SELKCTED GRAINS, and made in the most careful manner Ahieoeleoracect vt nisxey will be put up in cases, coatain- ng one aoieo ootcies eacn. ana ottered to the Trails br hb Tiaveling Agenta throughout the country, and also kept on oeuu in ma warenouse in uosion, in barrels, half barrel and kera. Individuals desirous of procuring a Pure, reliable article oi ouunsra mur.r.1 at a reasonable prir. have only to enqnire of any respectable Grocer or Druggist for" OOL- aiEr, BHEAF HICRKY."or send their ordeisfor anv quantity required to the General Depot for Its sale. 91 Washington Street, Bestea. Each bottle Is enclosed In a neat pasteboard box. to en. aura Its safe transportation. C. A. RICHARDS, Boston, May 16, 1R63. ' GENERAL AGENT. 2243 Melodeons! Melodeons! -T. ESTEY, SUCCESSOR tc Messrs. Estet & Opkex, only rTjiJT.? ,n ,hl" oooO-y of th PERFECT Mkf lAIUlMlN With Mr! lUnnnaie a . w, . and Manual Sub B. " The world wide renown (hose MELODEONS have obtain ed within the last few years is a sure eviJeor of their so- ceutlT added to on, avaaaaava e eaA V7 1 J , IUJ COTTAGE ORRAX. With OT Wtthnn, ,k. IT. 1- ...... . q . u , 1 . iiiiirii. iiu aiaanai Sub-Bass. This Instrnmrnt has no ,n.l i.. KbSi"ih'Z Mil.'Ml1' tb ""' desirable for M iute ",0" HOn""- Ve-triee. Pub- f- 'A " "I"" cans oi tne moet liwii- , mJm wnira ii uaa long been tc It ao sa- Iuliarly adapd. It. .LnuTpLToZ. power and beautv of tone. Min. -;',,.,. t"""! e ciaisoea tor It. vs ""y instrument warranted. Frosa JI.;",l'.rt"r"' N" ,mi Hand, ' o reasonable terms. K7-Addrer, J. ESTET, Brattleboro, VI. 7. For le! 20,000 ?ZtrlJ?.S i kad Lhrht ek,nTwir Vj?r.r Carrtage. o,- ' - "- ucan Borse. by I A. S CLABt I American &. Foreign Patents. R. II. KDDI, SOLICITOR OF PATENTS. Lte Agent of th 17. S, Pmtvpnt Offlo, Wanhinjrtoa (undm A V.- A .a 1 u-- a n7 vi iooi .i 76 STATE STREET, oppo.it Kilby Street, BOSTON. ft FTF.R an extensive practice of npwanls of twenty years it eemtinues to secure Pstents in the United Hraree in Great Britian. France, and other foreign countries Ca veats, Specifications, Bonds, Assignments, and ail Papers or """'iiH' " ut. i. , r.nmr,, cat noenu lenas, and with despatch. Rwarches made into American or Foreign works to determine the va'iditv or utilltv of Patent a, Ii.nneAn.. ana legal or otner auvire rennered l-i ail matters touch. lng the same. Copies of the claim of any Patent furnished lemming unc loiiar. assignment recorded at W ash. tnirtoa. The Agency is not only the largest In New England hut through it inventors have advantases fnr Mmnn. o. of ascertaining the patentability of Inventions unsurpassed by, if not immeasurably superior, to any which cjn be of- - -...... ,7. . in- ir.i iiiiiii lain oeiow given nmv that none is MOKE SUCCESSFUL AT THE PATENT OF FICE than the subscriber ; and as SUCCESS 18 THK Ritar PROOF OF ADVANTAGES AND ARII.1TV a. "".V.i .K.. I.. 1. I J. U" ..... """wu. mruu ui oeueve, ana can prove, that at no ovher offlcc of the kind are the charms (be nmJi i "T.7!T".,'Jn"'.'7nXm- '"""" practice of the anb- criber during the twenty yeer. past, ha enabled him to - ' " specincauons and offlcial dV eb-ions relstive to patents. These, beside bis extensive library of legal and merharrl eal works, and lull accounts of n..n. J?.. mr:l,.?n: ted States and Eoropa. render him able, beroi d ous-HeW " Offer mnerinr f.ili.i. ... 1 .- 1 ventoi. 1 ' n mn ' f 'tinatiiiii. "1 remrd Mr. Fxldv as one ., . m practi tionet s wi t h w hon, I ha ve h rtXZZZ ,., . " -.., tommuwioDer of Patent. Jilu."0 bita,k0 ,n ""ng Inventor, that they ran not employ a person mere competent and tr.r...75 r?"0' P"",a' ,h"P'-t Int fc t."d PTo " I"or"b" nri.ler.Ooa at Z Patent Omca" EDMUND BUKK Mr n n a-.,., a CommUsiooer of Patent. xrBdK Inveajor. to spply to llTt? . . JOUN TAOflART. aytlmCommawoncT of Patent. an ttiui euwni. iim. lu ihmi lilting from Self-Abuse. Ii R ROUE' WKLL.M. DM Author of the tiara Soot ij i ne world-renowned Author, i th mci clearly proves from bis own experience tki I -njuenres OI reil-SOUS may 0 elleCtUallT 1 medkine. and without daneerous atniral J gies, instrments, rings, or cot dials, poiaCK ' cure at once certain and effectual, br . to matter what bis condition may b.an ' p.i.weiy, ana radically., in a boon to thousands and i Sent under real, ia a plain envelope, ) f V" '""" x cent, or two nostsxt" iZr??' ?HAS?7. C I j Bowery, New York, Post Certain Cure in all OR NO CIIA RGES MA DK. DOW is consulted daily, frni r. at., as above, unon all difficult of every name and nature, having by his J hu essranruinary success gained a r oalls patient from all part of tb countn Among the physirlai In Hoston, bom i the profession than th celebrated DK. DCH 1 ftreet, Boston. Those wbo need the adrin enced phyairian and surgeon , should gin P.S-Dr. D. Imports and bas for saleaani the French Secret Order by mail, 2 (orli.a.1 EST A II L I S II I-P PETER LORILLAuD,l Snuff & Tobacco ManiM 18 mmet IT Chamber, km (Formerly 42 Chatham Street, ! id yOULI) call the attention of Da.' II artkle of hUniannrkcture,vu: browm sjiurr. Mseaboy. Tin Rappee, Coarse Rpp. H man, uemigro, fur t IrginU, Nachitocssi. wi YELLOW SBVIl Scotch. Ifnrh Toast Scotch. Irish ftirfi Toasts; Honey Dew Scotch, Fresh Honey Dre SnKkH Attention Is called to the lanre redoctlos Pf .newing and Brooking Tobaccos, wwci " euivriur quality. TOBACCO. SVIOKINO long, No 1. No. t, Sst-l Oranulated. FINE CUT CHEWING. ?. 1 ' Cavendish, or Sweet, Swart aceatwl Ofct-i' en.lUh. SMOKING. 8. Jsgo, Spanisa. Oust A circular of price will b stsiwv I H VO RTA XT TO F.I H1' DOUBLE TOCR CROP OT TUB eelrbrated farmer K. hu to W plan of raising Corn, that nearly ItH ow raisco irom th same amount of s. -- j extra labor. This plan is worts B,r. . 1 rsrmers.and It willt , hoi 0NB 1"-"-'-" ., Enclos ONE DOLLAR, n L, JL . .. ...I . liaSOIiT. BDfl 1U. ' wr, with full particular. B'?EJaE 4. e it year. 12&-61J Amerinnn T&& BOSTON, T S the larjrest and best rrangB"f, a angland State : la centrally locaw -. from all route of travel. It contain" I ouumouauon or the travelling pu" "".yl 8(ris 'c wn ana wet l ventiuueu ; wiw r-- . s arranred. and completely furnished tor travelling partiea. and the bouse will St0"" a frst-elaas llotd in every respect. ..-c xcMgrapn in th bouse to an !'".- ., m LB" w Jt- Avoaton, Ma., Aag. I, loo. 62-1 PROTECTIVE ' WAR CLAIM ASSOCIATION, FOR SEW EXCLAXD. 1SCOBP0RATLD 186. TnJcf r"!nae 'o sdjnst and eol- t.ggri!ofmUku,o- v - - th"(" Kraonarfc, Wter shoald be rn.de to Ne TSL. a L TRACT HOWS, BUf'Naar, BoeM.a Jamaica Leather ComPh i . MANTFACTtRI CUSTOM MADE r,. ) i... ih. , Fmllle I1 r ' . TO f VU. WORK WARRANTED, rni.- anllCUS' TIMES. OKDaaa - - L. N. SPRACUE, AC-f JAMAICA, TERMOJIT. House and Lot ftr S and at two Morie alga. ' '"Z ' J . j sia iwianea t . . ,e -' . J.H.WS-7IJ iMsmstar A.s.wAaa," - c : Falls. orofC. F. Halt, by -www. Ror bee er, H. T-, Aag 13, l-