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focol Matters. Xbere will b8 n0 8C1'vice at 0,6 B"P aurch uext Sabbath, Rev. Mr. Pierco absent. ' '. ' All i"g'9 subscribers, or those at a ce, sliould remember that thoir pa are discontinued at the end of the aid for, unless previously renewed. We have had a most radical and un- romiig rain storm nil the week thus As-aconscqaeuce the river is up and there is great promise of grass. Master Willie Slate of this village, .. ...i.. r i :c..i !,..... p kt'tr Manna mr a ueuuium uuiiui. m Mowers, which he generously present- last week. ' , fhe grass on the uank above tue U,on Westminster street, has grown lies, strong. kleo. Campbell of Westminster West, tcently sold two lots of American o sheep which are to be taken to Lis New Zealand and Australia ake Vermont thoir market forthor- tei cep. . ie wfinV: n trout breeding which ve recf'' published, have created ruble interest on the subject in this and we hear of several parties . ...I .. ,l .nA . . aVe COI16irui.i.cu emu umiig iiuui of their own. Mr. Bridgman is fill . . l; i. i :...i : ) MS WlllCIlt UJ gUUU JUUgOT, 13 JHU- d litis best in this locality. a, C. Goodwin has finished up his wrness shop by building a portico in fund has now the best stock of goods pt in such a shop in this place. ilr. Monroe announces his plants in uoins this week. Their excellence Swell known to need any commends- om us. He has a gieat supply cf plants, be.sides oilier kinds, and as favorable weather comes on be Ire a busy time of it- - be Lodga of Good Templars in this now numbers 91 members. In the fficers for the ensuing quarter, pub last week, the name of Miss Mary r.ncy, W. L. II. S. should have ap- instead of Miss Maria Clinpin. hfin will be s martin? nf the Uoolli fat the Island House in this village, -laj, May 21st, for the purpose of 'ing information relative to a large j in England, said to belong to the family in America. ' you want a good book a roost nt book in fact don't fail to buy the agent, Mr. T. M. Lecle, who is Mnvassing tins town. We mean lien of the War," noticed by us last ber. The author is Frank Moore, uown iu this place. he restaurant recently occupied by Fagan, which has for some time oaed, was te-opetied cm Wednesday js wee'x, by George Brown, who Iy kept the game, and whose eusto- ivill be glad to see him again at his jndquarters. .'hose who would like a set of mate- lur playing Croquet, can get them at liming shop of Laban Bulloch, who pictures a good article lor playing pular game. he young men had great sport in set last week, during dry weaiber, ing fool ball, after working hours. were nearly a hundred persons en- at times, and occasionally half the & would simultaneously rush after the le a charge of cavalry.- Barked bruised temple, torn boots, &c. eo the consequence, though we be- oone has been seriously injured, merchants fear (or their windows, lies can hardly pass with safety Vta action." , f IWxlay the first Congregational Ch. 'Springficid, Mass., voted to vx- tsH to Rev. II. M. Grout of vm Alo the pastorate of tliHt church. lie Connecticut River Valley Fair, lield this year nt Kecne, N. II., on A 18th and 19th of September Mr. Octave Bordeau, a bmkrniun on H train, f 11 from the cars and was eri Wednesday eve., the 24th ult., four miles n irth of Island Pond. as found dead next morning, lying o'h legs across the rail, three other mg passed over him besides the rni liich he fell. "The dwellinrF limwo ivrn tuifna nm ildillngbtl ifflfnuo In .Tunntt Crmatt - tso w .... xb"7. ere destroyed bv fire last The fire whs set bv a bov namprl s Bead), eleven years old, who gives 'ur the net. Two hovj. ClmrUa oiwl l?M Bradford on Satlir.luv mnrm,.. 97lli lh7 have been traced to Korwich, "' "eh no trace of them has been 4"ey were aged eleven and twelve Tectivtlv. mo KcLt .1. " Iwir, of the same liinht n1 rossn.t 7 are afoot, without money and "ost, nj a,,y irorraa(iorl con. o them Will tin ntn..t U ,..!... 11 U hv P ti J ' - 'v Itosers. RrnlfrJ V, ,1 Wln. ..." " i olinin2orretnrninTtl,pm "ccnuiiy paid. As tin, C... , Hr -,. J uiorning train neared i, i 'e statio". ut half ast 11 I '' "Ie bov. t -n inn more ears of age, waa observed di 10 front of , .. .. . . """ce could l.- ....!. . tiednv . tJimereo. U was r - ,ue cow-catcher, and fall in pkim.il Plover 1 not i, r injuring him, so far as could be seen from n hasty examination except a bad scalp biu sa on the back of his head. . r , - , -A. II. Brown, Springfield, hat a patent for improved incut hummer. Butter sold in at St Albans on Tuesduy for 20 to 26 cents per lb. ' The town of Brookline is rejoicing in the fact that they have no pauper. The residence of the late Samuel Taylor of Springfield, was recently sold for $8500. It was bought by his son John W. Taylor. , Hon. James McShufler a native, and formerly Secretary of State of Vermont, is mentioned among the prospective can didates for Governor in California. The tannery of William B. llas seltine in StraiTord was destroyed by fire on Sunday wetk, together with the dwel-. ling house of the owner. Loss $3,000 on the tannery, without insurance, and $1,500 on the house, insnred for $800. On Monday tho 22d ult'., during a heavy thunder storm, Henry Hunt of Hard wick, was struck by lightning and killed,1 with one of his oxen, while plowing in the field. ' In the United States District Court a( Boston, on Friday last, Edward Deady of Weathersfield, this State, was tried upon a complaint charging him with falsely re presenting himself to be a brother of one John Deady, a deceased soldier of the army, and thereby receiving back pay duo ' the deceased. Saturday morning the jury tendered a verdict of guilty, and Deady was sentenced to one years' imprisonment in jail. On Thursday evening. May 2d, Mrs. Edward Wilder of Ludlow, fell through a trap door or " scuttle hole " over the shed at her residence and broke three of her ribs and was otherwise badly bruised. She fell a distance of eleven f.itt and struck upon a door step. Mrs. Wildt-r is now comfortable and improving as rapidly as the nature of the case will admit. Windham County Court. We copy the report of the following cases from the reports in the Brattleboro papers, the first from the Phienix, and the two last from the Record: . ,1 John R. Lytle vs. Richard Bond's Estate . This was an appeal from the decision of i Commissioners upon said esUtc, in disal lowing a claim of $400 and interest in fa- ; vor of pld.. and against said estate. The evidence of the plff. tended to show that in August, 18C5, he endorsed to the Salem Bank N. Y.. a note of $400 signed by eaid Bond, and payable fifteen days from date. That before said note became due the said Bond died, and that subse quently the plaintiff paid the sura ti the Bank. The evidence for the defence tend ed to show that this was not the note of said Bond, that he never signed it, nor was it signed by any ether person by his ; direction aud conseut. The plff 'a. evidence further tended to show tliHt the said Bond's name was put to said note by one Stillmnn Clark by Bond's direction. That Clark and Bond were partners in the bosmess of buying and selling ChtUe and that said Clark was au thorized generally to use said Bond's name in signing notes to raise money necessary to canyon their said Business. That Clark as authorized by Bond to use hi. name in this particular case, and that the said Bond or his estate had received the avail a of eaid nolo. Verdict for plff. for $443,95. Butler le "Wheeler and Stough ton for PUT., Davenport and Kellogg for Deft. State vt. James L. Haslcins. Indictment for larceny. The evidence of the prosecu tion tended to . show that in September, 18G4 the respondent hiied a team at the livery stable of S. A. Morse in Brat tleboro' to go to Vernon and return the same day. That he drove to Vernon and from thence to Northfield Mass., and from thence to Whitinghara Vt., where he tried to dispose of the wagon, but not being able to do so left it with one Sprague, saying he should be bark the next day after it, but instead of returning, immediately left for New York, and was li' t seen again until the fall of I860 when he wa3 arrested. The respondent was sworn and testified to the facts substantially as above stated, ex cept that he denied that he ever attempted to dispose of the team or any portion of it, and he never intended to deprive the own er of the same. '' The jary returned a verdict of "Not Guilty." State Attorney Tyler and Arnold for the State, Hix and Eddy for the respondent. Is II. Sprague and W. II. Carr t t. ,'Stil- man Clark. This was an- action of re plevin to recover the possession of four teen head of cattle and three horses taken by the d fendaut from the plaintiff as administrators of Richard Bond's estate. The evidence of the plaintiff tended to show that the said Bond died August 5, 1805, and that the plaintiffs were duly appointed Administrators of said estate August 8th, 18Cd. That at the death of Bond the property in question was being kept at divers places, where it had been plnced by said Bond That immediately after the plaintifis received their said appointment they proceeded to collect and get together this property, procured it to be invento ried and appraised as the property of said estate, and that subsequently the said de. fendant took possession of the same under claim of ownership or joint ownership with Bond, and refused to re-deliver said property to the plaintiffr. The court at this point in the case decided that in order to entitle the plaintiffs to recover in this form of action, something besides a mere possessory ' title must be shown in the piaintitt, which they bavins fade I to show directed the jury to return o verdict for the dof. mlHnt. K. Hogg. Stoddard and Davenport to- plaintiffs. Bmlor Wheel er and Sioughton fur defendant. The jury were disinis-ied on Saturday'' lust, und it was understood that the court would adjourn on Wednesday of this week. Union Caucuses. ' J ' The Union citizens of the several towns in Windham and Windsor counties should at once call their meetings for the election of delegates to the State convention. ' We will gladly publish any notice of such meetings which may be sent to us. . Let us have a good string of them for our next paper. . . The Vermont Press on Tne Gov ernorship. The Rutland Herald, and Independent, Burlington Fret Press, Wal ton's Daily nod Freeman at Montpelier, and severnl correspondents are all out favorably to the nomination of Hon. Joum B. Page for Governor. We have recently seen two editors of other papers in this State who spoke favorably of the same and whose papers will very soon, doubtless, give a similar expression, perhaps this week ; certainly such probable unanimity is highly gratifying. -' ' ' - Springfield. Rev. L. II. Cobb, late teacher in Meriden Academy, and former ly Congregational Pastor at North Ando ver, Mass., was installed as Pastor of Congressional Church and Society in Springfield, ' May 2d. Sermon by Pres. Smith of Dartmouth. Charge to Pastor by ' Rev. W. T. Uerrick of Clarendon. Charge to people by Rev. E. W. Clark of Claremont. Right hand of fellowship by Rev. E. H. Byington of Windsor. ; The day was pleasant ; the house was full. The new pastor and his people are to be con gratulated upon their very flattering pros pect of a happy and profitable union. Salary of pastor $1500, to be paid in uarterly installments. The pastor's indis pensable vacation of three or four weeks is allowed. - Tim PiTTsroRD Hens. Mr. Editor: Mr. Martin Leonard of Pittsford, Vt.,from eight hens, raised forty -five chickens, sold seven hundred and ten dozen eggs, for $1G2, besides one hundred and ten dozen used in the family." So says the Boston Journal of April 25. Now you will see by a little figuring, allowing 3G5 days in a year, they must lay each over three eggs each per day, without taking any time to atch and raise the 45 chickens. Now as my hens, with the various modes of keep ing recommended to make them lay, did not produce one egg each in three diys, nor did they raise one chick the past year, began to think sheep the most profitable, but after figuring the profits of the Pitts- ford hens, I must agree with Mr. L. that such hens "are a greater source of profit than sheep," and will hold on until I hear more, for i would not stand about giving five or six dollars each for such hens! So Woodstock, May 1867. Chester. Three men from Baltimore visited Chester not long since, and after several unsuccessful attempt) lo obtain liquor, induced a young man belonging there to get 6ome for them, which he did by misrepresentation to the Town Agent. The men had a spree on the ill-gotten uid, and the young man was fined $10 nd costs for his services. Rather an ex pensive favor. The Chester Dramatic Association gave succes.-ful entertainment' "May Day evening to a good audience, notwithstand ing the inclement weather, which prevent ed an attendance from neighboring towns. The association will probably play once more before closing "She season," repeat ing; " Uncle Robert," a very pleasing com edy. ..... :, Nine persons were made members of the Congregational church at Chester, last Sunday. - ' The closing exercises of Chester Acade my took place this week, as previously ad vertised. Mr. Lord's sermon to the school on Sunday afternoon was from text, Pro verbs I V., 7th verse: "Wisdom is the principle thing, therefore get wisdom," which was made interesting lo a large audience. . Prof. Kellogg's lecture, Mon day evening "The American Man, a new Man" was a finished and instructive one, stimulating the young to fry to be some thing more than a. reproduction of what ha been. It is a matter of regret to tho-e pr. sent, as it should be to those who did not attend, that his audience was small. The examination and closing exhibition on Tuesday evening, showed ability and ap plication, on the part of both teachers and scholars. This institution is flourishing finely under Prof. Shaw, whose ability as a teacher is high. The summer term com mences May 15ih. Ten Thousand of Ned Nevens. Chance for disabled soldiers. The tenth thousand of Mr. Morgan's book, " Ned Nevens, the New.-boy ; or Street Life in Boston," is already issued, and orders have been given for the fifteenth thousand. They are printed and sold at the rate of over a thousand a week. Rtnd & Avery, Boston.Printers will attest the fact. Agents are reaping a harvest by it, realizing 100 per cent, profit. Dudley S. Jones of Ells worth, Maine, writes that the first lot he sold a copy at almost every house, and ex pects to sell 200 in the town. W. H. Ben nett, of Fall River, Mass., sold 120 copies in that town and expects to sell 500 in the country. ' Disabled soldiers, and others, find it the best book published for canvas- sin". Even children have been known to clear 5 a dav. Canvassers are multiply- ing daily ; demands for the book will toon reach 2000 n week. Agent wishing to secure good territory, should apply at once to Rev. Henry Morgan, 9 Groton Street, Boston, Ma,--1. , , ' This Local Paper. The following truthful remarket we take from the Chica go Republican t "Whether the people will it or not, the local paper is their representative abroad, their ambassador in foreign parts, by which they must be judged. Let them, then, take a patriotic intrest in giving it news, co-operation and patronage. Like every other duty performed, it will pay in the long run." Siiekp Shearing at Rutland. The Herald says there were 1,000 persons to attend the sheep shearing there on Wed nesday, and that Rutland County fleeces can claim place among tfie heaviest in Vermont. It mentions among others the ram 'Gen. Lee," owned by Messrs Smith tc Pierce of Clarendon, bred by M. G. Barber of Hubbardton, w hose first fleece weighed 13 pounds, his second fleece weighing 25 pounds, and his third, sheared Wednesday, and several pounds the heavi est shorn on the occasion, and being of but 11 J month's growth, weighing 25 pounds. The weight of this buck's car cass is but 121 pounds. , Cemunt Water Pipe. , Mr. Editor As it has been reported that 190 rods of cement water pipe, laid for me last fall by air. isenjamui juiverraore has proved a failure, I wish to say through your paper, that it is not so. When I let the water in, the frost had broken the pipe in one place, which was repaired in a few hours, and it now works well, and conveys water at the rate ot barrels per day. I he pipe cost me less man one-third a much as lead, and now, instead of having water poisoned by coming through lead pipes, I have pure water coming through a pipe as good as solid stone, and have r.o doubt it will remain so as long as time, unless dis turbed by some one, I think if the resee voirs in this place had been cement in stead of wood, they would have been in good condition now, and much valuable property saved from fire. " -' ' N. Monroe. Bellows Falls, May 7,1867. . Ambrose Hastings of Burke, Vt.. while riding on the cars from Concord, N. I1M to his home, a few days since, lo-t $1,100 in United States bonds, which he was earring in a handkerchief in his coat pocket. Mr. Hastings' is 74 years old, and has thus lose nearly all hw property GOLD AND STOCKS May 8. Gold, . - ... i ... . 138 SeTen-Tblrtie. .... Hm: Ten-rorrie. - - . . wentiwl. July 1S65, . . . - . lo' CAMBRIDGE CATTLE MARKET. TUBSDAT, M.j 7, isjr. AHOURT 07 StOCX IT MA&XET. Cattle. Shrrp. tbotpn. Fat lion. Veali Thto Reek, Lam week. One yme ago, ISM 21H 9iO 1UO0 7110 22i 5M4 . 7ii0 )S(.1U ,.1160 who biao , iouu ituu out; PKJCE9. Prireeof Mark4 Beef Extra 914 75 St 15 00: firnt qual ity 814 25 ;s S14 60; second quality 13 50 4D S14 00 ; Uiird quality U fxj ;n; 2J. tOOO SO00 S 326. met of autre Uttue Horuntf uxeD. V inur yzti Mileh Cows and CaTeS60. fte Sifi : extra rood 80 to V120 with or without caJTce as may be agreed; forrow and oruinary w to oo. erices or BtteeD aad Lambs t to ic. extra 84 to Ue Der ft. Hides 91 10c. Tallow 8 to 8t f fc. Country lots 7 to Sc. Calf skins, 20 to 22o. ' , . , Pells, dry J6e ej SI 50; green, I 76g 82 60 REMARKS. Beef la mainly very ordinary this week and one-half rent higher at that. Poor lots sold at 3e and best at 14 tn 16c, vest plenty at 13c, ebeep 7 to Sc. W. I. eaoin sola 'Ml sheared ana wool sheep at to sc. In this Tilings on the 1st Imt , br Rer. M. A Htereoa. Mr. LUCIUS tl. NIMS of Hoxbury. N. U..and Mist HAT- T1H U. W11.LAKD of Dublin, N. II. In this eiluure. Hay 2.1. by Kor. W II. Wight, Mr. IIOKATIO A. OATKS of Dummerr on, Vt .and tltss Jfi.N M K S. WHITNXY of Northneld. Mass. Iu Springlleld, Agril2dth, by Rer. E. 0. Bass. Mr. JOHN N. WKriTOJi and Hiss ZILl'Ul K. II Aim N. both of Springfield. In Chester, May 7th, or Rer. OHarte. Lord. STK PI1KN W YUAN and A1ALVI.NA UOUOU10N. both of Grafton. InOhwter. May 7th.br Rer. Charles Lord. OSGOOD P. IIKKHIUK of ri'chburg. Mass.. sad MARY F.. daughter of William Uiller, of Chester. . MarrUeerj and Death iiwrt-d frki. Obituariuuinciud- Ing poetry, to be paid for according to length In New York City, Saodar eeninir. Aoril 2Ut. of hart OiMaae. Mr. WILLI AM ftKYNOI.bS. asatl 54 vmrt . In Gsttfburjr III , of ootMuniption. COLUMBIA L wife of tugeuo Derby, formerly of AndoYer, Vt., aged IS years. .- ..-- - . ( rpO MATO PLANTS! The Pohwrriber hinn lartr nunnlv of TOMATO. PEP. PEtL. C ABB AUK and COLLI VLOWKU plants for aite. a. nuuuis, .Bellows ra la, vt. Notices. TUB roparrnrship heretofore axbdnir under the name and firm of L. C. Darling it Co., U thin dsT by mutual eonwnt. dienolved, and all accounts with raid firm wit) be Ptt!d by the Subwribur. J.W. WALKUP. Ptm(T,Vt.)M(iy HAWT. ' n AVISO ptmhaMKt the Intar-M of L. C Darling, T ahall eontlnua bine su the old Rtnd, end br clow at tentktn to buniirww and artonlsblnf; low prices, 1 hope to nttit fthare of the public patronafRr. DRY eOODS AND OKOGKRIES, WAT POWJI T CAU. AhO SB. Pothkt, May 4. J- W. WALKUP. 121 A RARE CHANCE! In anticipation of jrotnir West I offor a good Inducement In the rale of the foliowiot; property ; About one huodred acres Und la)inn; fifty rodn west of tfae Tillape of 'Jam' brideport, consisting of t wet re acre of tillage, twenty lire acres of timber, and the remainder pMturatf. Paid unii abo contains a nice young orchard of grafted fruit and a uspr orchard of nearly fire hundred trees uTery thing convenient. I have eirhty-mven acres situated in Uoi.-Rioghara one mile from the yilUgv, suitably divided int - tiilsge. p.uturage, and timber, with a good aple and sugar orchard. A Ito my dwelling bouse, bant and oat buili'.tugs and Store with stock of tiooda (a good tenemeut over the tt-re) a.tuated in Cam bridge port, and will sell the whole or prt to suit purcharars. Any one wishing to invest In a eoun'ry store, will And a good- iDducement by faivaetiga lug this Gtocsu A good trade establishel. I? A AO tiLYNN. UiMUiMtrou, April 1307. 1H20 gTAGK NOTICE! Oa and affer Monday, May 6th, 1867, tb Grafton Stage will leave at & o'clock, A. M.. and connect with the trains Leaving Bellow Falls for New York and Fox ton, at 7-40 A.M. Passengers from Townsbend, Ward bo ro, Jamaica and other monntaia towns, by taking this route can be ticketed through to Fitrhburg, Worcester or Bos ton, as che At as by the Brattleboro route, and will avoid any change of ears at Pitch burg, except the Worcester pasnirrs. Also passengers k-aving Boston on the 7.S) A. M. train Jbraoy of the mountain towns, ran arrive at Towrtheud,Vt. from two to three honrseailier than by he Hrattlehoro route. Thankful for psst Ikvors from tha travelling pvblte. I shall endeavor to please tha Jtansaer patrons ot this ttae, to tha best of my abihiy. R. VT. PKItHAM, Y oprletor. P. 8. All express matter oo this route will receivn prompt attention. IS Ylr ANTED, AGENTS ! Levies or Gentlemen If in all parts of the State, to aril Horn's beautifi I Steel eSKraving entitled Rabb or Bcthuhcm." Liberal terms and exclusive Irrritory wiH be given. With this pleaded engraving an active canvasser can make saoney. 'or particular addma 119 J.W. PTMONW, BnrKngtAn. Tt, , X C. HULL'S SON Hf YORK. BAY RUM SOAP. emu too smsa Ton.tr soaps. Nwm batter Imported. DELICIOUS. DR. A. JOHNSON S AMERICAN TOOTH POWPIR la the CHKAM of au rearaTloe roa TBI tun. 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The Morals of the National Capitol are thoroughly vmti lateti, and there are some strange revelalona concerning Heads of Dt-partmenti, Members of Congress, Female Pardon Brokers, aud Dtetinguirtbed Military Characters Bend for Ciiculars and see our terms, and a full deaerip' tiun ot the work. Address J ONE It HOT ITERS fc CO., 6U7 Minor St., Philadelphia. 'pHE ARCTIC FREEZER. New .Improvements for 1867. SIZES ONK TO 35 QUARTS, Send for llluatrated Circular. U, K. 8. ft J. TORHY, 73 Maiden Lane, New York. Iiie Advertiser Gazette for Mr contains a . complete list of tbe Ohio State Newspapers, carefully revied and corrected. Specimen Copy JO omU. Yearly ubscriptloD Bl. G. P. KOVVfcLL A t'0.,N. Y. ARLINGTON, DROWIVE & CO'S 1Y ORE AT ONK DOLLAR SALK! - SfiOilriMV.telMi!aU) StlvMr dj; 21 Silk Dmm ptMrM 3 0 Shawls : 1"0 ?ilver Plated Tea 8et, and ts&O.OOu worth of other GtaOds all to be sold for IS each. end 25 cents for checks, which will inform yon what you can have for 1. A gonte wanted everywhere to whom special terms are given. 8end for circulars which will give full Information, in every list at 100 checks we guarantee a Silver Watch. Send stamp for eireni-rs AKMNOTOX, DROWNK ft CO., bl Wssfalugton St., Boston, Mass. JOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY OF CUBA Drawn once In seventeen ays. Prises cashed aod In formation given Highest rates paid lor Doubloons and all kinds of Uuld and Milver. Uso. Ua, 63 North Main Street, Brovitlencc, K. I. jEW "CORLISS - ENGINES FOR SALE One 14 Inch cylinder 8ftet stroke, 13 foot pulley, 24 inch tare, 60 hore power. One 12 inch cylinder. 8 feet stroke, 11 foot pulley, IS Inch face. 60 horse power. Two. each 10 Inch cylinder, 2 feet stroke, 7 feet pulley, 16 Inch tare, 26 horse powet. One 8 inch cylinder, 20 inch stroke, 6 foot pulley, 12 Inch fare. Id horse power. Circulars giving the results of the working of the Cor line Kngine. at substitute of those of other construction sent upon application. WM. A. UAKR1S, builder of Cor liss Steam Kngines, 1J8 Bddy bt., Providence. H I. COPP & PEAR, Wholesale and R.tail Dealers fat UPHOLSTERY GOODS, WINDOW SHADES, LACE CURTAINS, v NOTTINGHAM LACK CURTAINS, Landscaped Wire, aod Printed Gauze for Window Screens, Wire Cluhs- for Misquilo Screens, he, tie. Alee Wkolosal. aeraU tf WIIXXOT'l PATSJIT ELASTIC POOR AND FURNITURE FENDERS Sn W.b4njtow St. Roettrn. 'COIXIN8, BLISS & car""""' GENKRAX COMMISSION MEBCHAHT8, 233 Stele M . and 130 Central St., Bostom. Aad New Knsnd Apala for taw NONPAREIL FRENCH GUANO. ThU OntDO t mimrlor In any fertiliser la III rtMt. Its merit ovw oilutra being to dwrtroy ail la-weM and Wanna without burning or injuring tha moat dallaata ptauW It t much stronger tuan the Peruvian, thereby requiring a lees quantity io permanent! eurtflh tha eail. rrtea axju par n. m r utreuiar. girtng iuii pa rue- N JOBTH AMERICAN STEAMSHIP CO, Opposition Line to CALIFORNIA VIA NICARAGUA, ITIII T W B NTT DATI, Wttfc PauMCBgora, Frelat, mm V. S. Malta. Oa the following First-Claaa Steamships : On Atlantic Ocean. CooDeet,g on PacrAe Ocean. 8ANTIAUO UKCUBA, AMKKICA, SAN FRANCISCO, MlCARAItUA, DAKOTA. N JIB HAS K A, NKVADA. f Manage nxl Freight mt Reeleieael Rat SAILING DATS FROM KBW YORK April 20th, 1867. July Hh, ISoT May Istasdaoth. , M A ugust 10th aa4 80th , u June 10th and h. H Sept. 9th. And every twenty days thereafter, leaving on the Saturday previous when a Regular Sailing Day eomea oat Sunday. For further information apply to the NORTH AMERICAN BTKAMaUlPCO. VTM. H WEBB, Pnaklent, . H. CARRINOTOW, Agent. M Kaenange riace, n. I . in bi.xt. mrrwiiM.i. . UNKKNUI KI..1, NO, IU BrOSNl Cn.v SWv, Agents for New Kngland States, T AN TED AGENTS. fJ2Q0 per Month the year round, or 900 per eent. profll oa eommlssion. We guarantee the above salary or eoaa mission to suitable agents at their own homes, to Introduoe nrttcnlara call on or adilress, Q. W. JACiUON CO., South street, Baklmore, Md. 1 article ot indispensable amity in every nounenoia. ror )ORTABLX STKAM KNQINKK, AKD CIHCULAB SAW MILLS. . ' ' m nan an ion nsruii a wm. : O- Cxrenbus sent oa application. WOOD St MANX STKAM INQIKB CO. V tie, N. I., an W Maiden Lane, N . T. WINSLOW S. MYERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' ' BEILOW FtLLB, TT. Notice. ' DR. 3. WESLEY KRLLEY, Analytical PhTSkUin.wlU be at his office at Levi Cbapin's arm Uouse, in Walpole, N. II.. oo Wadneadar aod Thuradar, Ma, 16tta ana lrjtbw jroriuruasr partUHllars see raana aula ltt-U CmsMiaaiBers ?fjle rK. the fiubacribers being 3uiy appointed by the Hob. I Probate Court for the dlHtrict of Weatminster.Oom- missioners to receive, examine and adjust all elalins and demands of au nerttotis airalnrtt the estate of Jftenara Ward late of Westminster, in sua district, deceased, aud also all claims and- demands exhibited in offeet thereto ; and six man 'tis from the zoa dy of March last, beins allowed by said Court for that purpose, we do therefore hereby give notice that we win atttma to tne ounness of our said .noointment, at the dwellioir-house of tha lata Richard Ward in Westminster, in sid iHstriot, on the first Satur day In Jute, aod the last Saturday in Sept. next, from one ciocn until rour o cioca r- m -, on ean oi aara aaya. . FRANKLl?f AUSTIN, I . ' J08KPU CLARK. J wmun" MART U. WARD, AJmm April 12, A. D. 1867. tt-SO Tiroutr Trout! T AM anxious to secure live Trout this Spring; anv person 1 who will brine; ro nte live Trout of whatever shts shall be wetl paid for them. By a little pains sportsmen after having the pleaftuiw ot estehing the trout eta afford ns an equal pleasure in keeping them fur a larger growth. . . 4. D bRIDOMAN. nBLXows Palu, March 21. 1867. 12 Clrance for BuMncssi I THY. Stock, Htore, Furnltnre, ftp., of the best West India Uoods Grocery and Provision Store la Bellows Palls, v.. - .c-. ' , IOR SALE. Now doings good Cash easiness wHi be- tnld cheap If ap plied for soon. ,,,, i Tf. B The above 1 the best location in Towo,andarare ehaneelbr those looking for Business. Vor particulars, fro , call on. or address, 13 U, B. VIA LL, March 25, BJC7. ' Bellows f alls, Tt . II OUSEANI L0T FOR SALE I for sale on Atkinson Street, near the Nor h end to. bouse and lot belonging to Washington roller. The lot eontains about oce-balf acre of land. . The location being one of tbe pleasantest in the village. ' The boose is sup plied with acqueduet water. Toe lot contain! many valu able froit trees. for terms Inquire of A. 3. Camps SLL. Bellows rails. Vt., or Washington foLUia, Hprinedeld, Maas Vatt OSIos Box, 38. . i'oaseeeion oirea immedfatelj. IT '. WASU1NOTOM PDLLIR. LATEST FAPI1I0NS DEMAND v.J. W. Bradler'a Crlcwratoat PmieaM DUPLEX ELLIPTIC. (OR DOUBLE 8PBIN0) SKI 11 T J The Woifoaartrt. VLixtmiLPrr and great Cbmoftf and Plkasurb to any Lady wearing the Duplex Eluptio 1kibt will be experienced particularly in all crowded Assemblies, Operas, Carriages, Kallroad Cars. Church Pews, Arm Chairs, for Promenade and House Dress, as the skirt emn be folded when in use to occupy a small place as easily and conveniently a a ilk or Muslin Drees, en Invaluable quality in crinoline, not found in any Single Spring Skirt. A Lady having enjoyed the Pleasure. Comfort and great Convenience of wearing the Duplex- Elliptic Steel Sprlug Skirt for a single day, will never afterwards willingly dis pense wild, weir ujv-. jror ijniidreu, Misses ana xoung Ladies they are sunerior to all others. They will not bend or break liae ihe Single Spring, but will preserve their perfect and graceful shape when three or four ordinal y Skirts will havo been thrown aside as use ieea. The H. ops are covered with double and twisted thread, and the bottom rods are not only double springs, but twice or double, covered : preventing tbem from wearing out when dragging them down stoops, stairs, fce. The Duplex Elliptic U a creat tkvonte with all ladies aod Is universally recommended, by the Vashkm Magarinee as tbe Standard Skirt of the PafthionabW World. To enjov the following Inestimable advantairea In Crino line, vis : superior quality., perfect manufacture, stylish nape ana nuisn, nsxioiuty, auramncy, eomion anu econ omy , enquire for J. W. Bradley a Duplex Kl lip tic or Dou ble Spring Skirt, and be sure you get the genuine, article. CAUTION. To guard agatinst Imposition be particular to notice that Skirts offered as " Duplex " have the red Ink stamp, via: "J. W. Bradley's Duplex Elliptic Steel Springs,1' upon the walntbsnd none others are genuine. Alo notice that every Hoop will admit a pin being passed through the eeutre, thus revealing the two (or double springs braided together therein, which Is the secret of their flexibility and Strength, and a combination not to be found in any other Skirt. KorSate in all Mores wherb First Class Skirts are sold throughout tbe United States and elsewhere. Manufactured by the Sole owners of the Patent. WKSrS, BUAIX.tCY CAKT, 1- , - 97 Chambers, and 79 and 81 lleade fits., K. T. PERUVIAN GUANO SUBSTITUTE. BAUOH jI SAW BONE SUPER -PHOSPHATE OF LIME MARK A 15AUGII & SONS, Sol. Propneton h UannAuitarava, DKLWAAKE RIVER CHEMICAL WORKS, Philadelphia, V. 8. A. fur Wheat. Rye, Bar ley. Corn. Oats, Potatoes, Tobaeao, Buckwheat. Borghom, Turnips, Hops, Oardea Vegetables, and verv Crop and lloat. specially noommnded to tho frowwa of STRAWBERRIES, RASPOfcRRItS. BLACKBERRIEn x ill teiAU numv Unn than 1, .. . . ., - Crops rrown in tbe Mi4dlo.nl Southern Stotee. has gives its application now, entirely beyond mere .xperimeat. BAUGH'S RAW BONE SUPER-PIIOSPHATE OF LIME. ralncntl. a snesesa as substltat. for Ponrvlaa (inane and i table Manor and is onVred to the Airrioulturstt. of the Norther and Kastsrn gtatw tm n fertitiaar that will cheaply restore to the Boil. thus. esMotial. which hare o-en uanN irora tt Of ooostant Oronvtna naid lioht I nurin. i Itis very ywrssnt In ks action U kutint hi effect to a " "J any emHRW DISH IB to. anar- ketand is aobrded at .much leas eost than marl Btabl. Uaoure.ee peraaian Ouaao. Tho Labor envoi ted in Its nee la tar lea, then that of avnlylng Kabt. manure, while there Is to risk from the iotrodoetioa of ooaioaw waads. BT'Fainiers are reeowinteoded to pwrchaee of the dealer located in tb-tr anorha.artioot. In soetaan waon no dealer Is yet esU.Hebed. the Phosphate may be proenrad directly froea the oodersigued. A Priced VlreoaarwiU mtmmt as all who apply Oar KKW PAMPHLET. "lew le AtVaaMwa eW iVertaMw tf Ammiemm nejs."-ilO naaws. fivinf tall totil Si.ltna at aajard to the as. of Maaare ke, wlU ha fcrajabodtjm. taieaapsUoatloa. SADOH BROTBIKa m Cw.. ' ttawamaa Waouaata Aaajers, Xo. 181 Bneit Rt.aad OaaarSL, tXt SUm Tori. 0 f. WOODS wlUth8TBM4M.aMMB.A. a A epiemUd thtnf far tke Halt 14 JHE CLIMAX ATTAINED! estey k ocs ' ',!,, COTTAGE ORGAN TBITJMFBAltTI I THE VOX HUMANA TREMOLO., CBOWNTNC, IMPROVEMENT t in addition lo the PATENT HAKMONIC ATTACHMENT and ATXXT MAROAL ICB-BAJir XaTaTT ft CO., have now Partner thaa eeer aeflspwi all rlral Makan of Band Ustrnsaenla, kj Hat lauodaetiom tf PATENT VOX HUMANA TBEMOLO. . Thai soa4 wo.dsrral and aeaartlral aMMn the Oa ts s. Orfae Is ersiiwtosd bj saadtwc watoal ebaneaan In tbe eewatry, to w was a ftm aaxan of U unprOTemawtl Theobisf aorartoof ,,'" "7 ae, natanted Vt these, and of ooam are fcwa) on the InawaieaanH at so evsar sjaaArr. Bond kt circular. M J. MTT ft CO., rattleDoro. Tt. A FINE OLD VIOLIN well known a DUNHAM VIOLIM. far aaaa. Inanlr, of 1. 1. MBRRILL. !. I ' ; " Bellow. FaUi, TW )APEB AND ENVELOPES, rarBsfctr f . C. KSWABM. pREMItJM TELESCOPIC RIFLES. Pnnonejaod be the beat Jadfea, io be mxwrtor to on, in theeoontry. Uare kj ererj Inslsarw DRAWS A PBSMICM. Uaaa&etarsd an l tala b, ' I. AMAOON. Brllewe rails ,Tt., Oet. 6, ISraV : , 40 H OTEL TO RENT! THl BILLOWS FALLS IIOTIL. situated la the ToV age of Bellow. Falls, K rear, and larnlturo for sale. A treat ebaset for a competent panoa. Adilress O. t. WOODS'. PoeemMoa at any time. 11 Hellowi Valla, Monk M, 1S8J. IVotfce. H8NRT g. WHBKLOCK b , Aawit at a.y M1M and Quarry. Mo other neiaon Is authorised to o. borioaos m atj aamo. S. W. SOODKIDOB. w Iox, April aoth, 1867. , 17 19 fHE UNIVERSAI. CLOTHES WR1NGEB, Of which tha abort cut fir a eon-eel rwpn uttoa, b THl BKST ASD MOST RBUABLB STRING KB, Now befcve tme pabtte. This It ewr epinkm after iMTtef tried the various kinds offered to the pnbtte, ad we tbara fore keep no other Ar sale. : It Is simple brexraetTuetloa, and dnea net easily get ee of repair. In fine It Is Till BEST Wringer yet oflsted tw the publie. If yon lon't belter It, try H- For SaJe Iry A EMS ft WlLLSOlf. ' Bellows lalls, Feb. I,18W, ft OYS,OF ALL KINDS! ALSO. A GOOD LOT Of ALBUMS, PICTURE BOOKS, &C 61 Aft O. V. WOODS INDHAM CO. MARBLE WORKS, Bellow Falls, Vt. R. A. EVANS, (Soooeasor to Bvaoa St MeOaJlunt,) daaler In farwl(ai mm Aaaerleaim Mavvkle, TaklaHa, MONUalElfTS, HAUJMPrONS,TA BLR. TOPS, MA5TBL-PTKKI. Ae- Wlth a Fall Quota of DBSION B, mmm a food- erp.rf.nos la th. buslnoos, he fa. is oonadaQt that he eaa furnish u fOd UAUBLB H OKK as cheap as can be obtained elsawaaaw. . P-A share of pablle patrnnags solicited. i MBSv A. BwaLIa, TILL (ffv, iastniirtion in " T1 new Anwri. T aaa Method " aw tl a Plana. Porto after Jan. let 1867. Bellow. aUa,.v; , T ' GENUINE' VERMONT PANTHER PHOTOGRAPHS. Tor f ale By W. W. 'BalU Price only IS. seat.. OA. L D: Q AMERICAN LIFE DROPS. O Are a simple, ssJb wad snrrenre ti IMpbtnerla, Onejyhsk Cold", Crowpr Bretoebttls, I nit new at, and ail Throat aM Lung Difficulties. Used In tbe snentner, they cheek at onee ClwienCbvleejMorbaa, Diarrbea, Dj aentery jaad all speeiea of Bewei CeeaplssBts. for external ose tbey are tte best ... . - PAIN KILL ING LINIMENT la tbe workl, curing RbeeaatlsBB. Kwmralfia, Brniees, Cranne, Wouaoa, aad all local pain. c. Bold by all druffjiitts and oonntry 0. WARREHTED. 16 16-ly B US HS ARGENTINE HAIR DTE. Th. most oerAel, noeaieal. sorest, ouickest, sasart, nost harmless and nanabVa Hair Dye in. the World. Baa, in its application : ehaares rriasly, gra or rod hair Instantaneously to a bright and Berfeetly aataral Beawaj or black. Warranted to Bati.fy la all eases, or III. Baoaor refaaded. OHO. O. tlOOBWlrl fc CO., Boston. Sol W alldruggista. 14-M BELLOWS FALLS-, SEPT. 17, 186C GUIL0 &. FARE, Are now nnailht fckarga sad slltaetlM stoekrf NEW MT GOODS' IIKBSS WOODS; D0MS8TIRS. BbANKCL;. WHITB goom; BALMORAL SKIRTS'. HOOP SKIRTS, BUrJlKKT m GLOTBS, CLOAKS. . SHAWLS, J A full tbaorsseell i FANCY GOODSt Ofs vmnw mm m tmi ussisa i W. shall ra a AVw day, e e leased to ahoer tao Mill I varWty f tho ahovo good, ever f Bel k. im. mnra. ta which w. lawll. the attsatioa of au la waat. Paaaaa inaeer rttrk..tkarka. will he ecfcrws gvaat lad.saaiais m aval wha ae. aswoaaall aav an i Mat aot usaWlth BbK th. oltj. Aa w. aaaw adopted the plaa at QUICK 8 AXES ASt tMMLL. rSOkrTTS. ' if thaw win free ae aasJI ciu ft rxaa.