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Ijocal IMiittern. Specittl corporation meeting at 'Wight- n't Hull, next lucsdtiy evening at 8 ock. j Temperance meeting nt the Congn onal Cliurch next Sunday evening at OCIOCK. ITho fiW mid garden strawberry promiso large tliis sca-on, and the iner tins already n)jP!tred in market. I In Plymouth the reccut rim was ,y, doing some dimiujje to the ronds, currying nwny several bridges. It k the Central House nt Rutland re A. A. Wheeler U h;ad clerk, and ie Durdwell House, ad we had it last k. .. .. : . LA letter came to the Post Office in place on Wednesday addressed To Prettiest girl in Bellow Fall." And comes the great moral question as lion it shall be delivered. L-VfUI v..w ( J minus, cuiutiy Ytc4 to the Centennial Celebration at Lnjifl't1-' Wo think most of our read Au'f be interested in it, bat if any are iliey ill remember it only happens in a hundred years ! . A r u.i storm coming mainly in sbow- eommetieed here Saturday night and mum mi luesuay evening wnen a L rfnl shower seemed to close the pro- hme, ana tiraugiK fair weatucr on nesday morning. i-Some excitement was created in biouth on Monday ot lust week by the j of a dead body of as infant in River below Merrill's mills, bettveea fctouth Ponds. A string was attached , neck and it was evident there hail k foul play, and the town authority notified and requested to investigate .alter. The Union County Convention Lay men, cnlied, a caucus to elect delegates i tend the same from this town, will It-as be lield on Saturday afternoon t st week. It will be seen by the i!r of ejegates we are entitled t, some effort will have to be made to the quota." Solon Perry, Esq., of Camhridge has bonght a one-third interest in a woolen manufactory at Leominster, , to which place he removes this . Benjamin Scofield goes with him ipTintendent of the factory, and the 1 wishes of a liost of friends will at- ti them i their new entwnrise. Maj. Joil Page of Westminster, who inon nearly seventy-six years of age, Idea on the farm which he had of I father, and is the second owner of it io the settlement of tb town, bis fath- having been the Urst. The Major is 'her infirm and in poor health, but ai led the Centennial celebration with i interest. I- We understand that II. II. Kimball i large singing class of young people jraxtons Eiver of some seventy-five '.are, who will give a concert ia that under his direction, on Wednesday iiig of next week. The school is said Hive made fine progress and the con can hardly fail of being an interesting Ji-ion, and we hope they will have Louse. . I Last week Geo. Merrill, a boy living I Wmotitft with Wm. Merrill, was driv- j oung horse, when one tug unhitched. ing the horse to run, throwing the boy nd dislocating his hip joint and Ving the wagon against a trc. The iiip has been set and he is now doing Slid who had been living with Mr. ! f Berlin, was drowned in Dog near Montpelier Junction, on Tues- erening, when bathing. His name Edward Mellon, ngtd 17. He was rpW, recently from Bolton, and a "f a Union soMier. r-Xorman TownslitBiFs store io Wal- gford was burned on Tuesday night Most of the eoods were saved. 'h in a damaged condition. The loss arty covered by insurance. r-Kev. Eli Ballou, D. D.. announces ".nrement horn the edirorinl chair of -ri.ia Ucpoiitory, which he has so - wuu ability. He is succeeded J- O. Skinner, a well knowo Uni- 'wit tirpndi.... r . i r c. u latterly of Malone. X. Y. Dr. nl. "'II hereafter dt'Vnln liimsi-lf In llie i atla.rs of the r.cw Universalis 'c at Barre. Ai Pool and John Ritchie of Bos- cane up the river in a sail boat on JrJy last. hn;, ,.,., e . "'o m.i.ch uii mi CACur- I 'm Newport. K. T. Thr.v wpp ten s' DP "s f-r as vruitp, t;., T.:.. WuU"y ou,d ,urn h? lanJ !,,t0 I 1UmPshire till they struck the Mer- nr,and then sail downward. They M ' place over Sunday, and so u "sre "enl had a very pleasant r,0n' ani hope to e more such. l" "um'Je- of cows. have recently n.i no oisease I "' as the 'milk fever M in ""S" cyclopedia" adver- lr,r.rLcoiumni hT A. S. Hale & Co fit , U 0rk ""questionable iue. e cur ttiU rv.. v J " ' UBf It mast be in "ic in lishe, every faaiilv librarr. n,. want a?enl. . i. D- W" Waller, of Favette;n wuQOht m ' nt res.dence in Grafton and will make thntjiis future, home, and continue the practice of his profvasiun. During a residt nee of fourteen years in Fayetlevillo, h won the confidence and esteem of that community, and his practice was followed uith marked success, which he will. douh. less sustain in his new place of bu iiic& Patuiauciul Sklf-Defense. The Centennial celebration at Westminster nntunilly brought out many stories nnd reminiscences of the early days of that town, and reminds us of one which is said to have occurred some eighty joars ago, which we heard some years since, and though not alluded to last week, we think is worth telling, as we do not remember to have seen it in print. It wasacaseof Church dis- cipline. Cupt. Acariuh Wright, whose de scendants we believe still live in Westmin ster as grand children, was a member of the church in good standing, out had shot a bear on Sunday which lie found eating corn iu his cornfield, for which he was summoned beore a council of the church. At the appointed time he appeated with his gun and look his seat. The minister rose and called out to-Mr. Wright, like one having authority, to rise. Mr. V. instantly obeyed and taking up his gun aimed it directly at the parson, who looked astonished, and turning to the au dience first one side and then the other, sat down. Again the minister rose and called to Wright to stand up, and ho did so and again aimed the gun at the worthy Reverend's head, who again eat down and so 3ki Mr. Wright. For the third time he called Io Wright to stand up, and he quickly responded but the in evitable gun wag aimed directly at the minister's heal. The crisis had now come, and the minister and council all left the house, Wright shouldered his gun, took the key left in the door, locked the bouse, went home, and that was the last he ever heard about the bear. Musical Convention at Cukster. The Fifth Annual Convention of the East, ern Vt, Musical Association was held at Chester last week under the direction of Prof. W. O. Perkins of Boston witU Mrs. II. M. Smith, ns soloist, and Dr. W. J. Clark as pianist. The Convention wag eminently successful. The Clasi was ac knowledged by all who attended to com prise the best musical talent f any Con vention ever lield in Chester. Valuable assistance was fendercd by Mr. Edwin Spencer and Miss Abbie A. Howard of Milford, Mass., who attended throughout the four days, and sang several times ia solos and quartetts at the Concerts. Prof. Perkins gave full satisfaction to all by his able instruction, as did Mrs. Smith by her charming vocalism. The Concerts were very ne and well attended. . The chorus was very heavy, well trained voices and perfectly balanced in its several parts. Solus, duetts And quartetts were inter spersed with Church music and glees. The home talent sustained its usual good repu tation and all did their best to contribute to the general pleasure. The occasion will long be remembered with pleasure by all who participated in and listened to the exercises of this Convention. Sudden Death. Mrs. jcrusha II. Green of South Heading, whose death will be found under the usual head this week, was found dead in her bed on Wed nesday morning of last week. She had not been quite as well as usual for a few days, but had retired the night before feel ing better. In the morning her husband rose and supposing her asleep, thought he would net awake her, and left the room, and at a later hour she wasJound as above. Larceny. Mrs. Caroline Fletcher of this village was arrested at Brattleboroon Thursday of last week, for stealing goods at the store of O. J. Pratt. She had lift ed $30 worth of silk, aud immediately confessed her guilt on being arrested, and was held to bail in the sum of $500. We understand that on searching her trunk at a Mr. Gould's where she was stopping in Brattlcboro, over a hundred dollars wer.h of other goods were found which had un doubtedly been stolen at previous oppor tunities, and asshehas had considerable ex perience in the business, according to her general reputniion, it is about lime she had a more honest occupation. Suicide in Westmiksteb. Mr. Hen ry May, of Westminster, committed sui cide by hanging, in his corn barn, cn Monday afternoon last. It was doubtless caused by some disease of the brain which so effected his mind, as to attract the al ien: ion of his family and neighbors for some months. lie had previously and on the day of his death complained of a se vere pain ia his head, and expressed fear that it would make him insane, and in this mental derangement he doubtless committed the lamentable ac', as he was a farmer in good circumstances. . Tug Appboaciiixo Harvest. The reports from all parts of the land respect ing the" growing crops continue to be of the most cheering character. Only in Virginia and North Carolina is there com print, heavy rains having badly d imaged the wlieat fields. The accounts from all parts of Illinois is uniformly favorable, and the harvest will be abundant if good weather coniinues. Ia Wisconsin the wheat crop looks we!', and the area sown is thirty per cent. raor than last year. In Missouri the wheat and oat crops never looked better, while the breadth covered by these crops is greater than usual. In Xew Jersey the grain and fruit crops promise a bountiful yield. The grain crop in South Carolina wn never better, nnd tlm breadth sown utiiMimlly lar(t'. Fast Tennessee xpei'U io r ise morn wheat this year lluu ever before in iiuu n n-on. In Ken'tirky the tobacco crop is likely lu prove a fuilure, but wh at look well. Mississippi will have a great crop of corn, und cotton looks splendidly. Texas is a perfect gurden, and the most encouraging accounts are given of the young crop. Knittino Machine. We have seen this week the Roberts Family Knitting Machine, which is unquestionably the best of that fumily of labor saving-machines. It is a new invention nnd only patented last month. Mr. James T. Sherwin of Phila delphia, (formerly and a nntiv, we believe, of Grafton and well known in this section) had it on exhibition at the Post Office on Tuesday, where he had quite an audience who were unanimous in their opinion of its excellence. It will knit stockings and turn the heel without any sewing, and make a rib or plain stitch at the pleasure of the operator, knit a pair of stockings in two hours, and a g'ul ten years old can run it. It will knit gloves, mittens and a variety of other work, and there seems to he no liability to get out of order. These machines ore not for sale here yet, but probably will be at some future time. Mr. Sherwin being on a visit to his friends took one with him for exhibition, and has left with us several samples of its work, which any one may see by calling at our office, and we have no interest whatever in saying a word about it beyond what webelieve its merits deserve. Base Baii The first nine " of the Alpha Base Ball Club of Springfield will play a - match game" with the " 1st nine " of the Chester Club on Friday of this week (21st Inst.) at 3 P. M.,on the Ches ter North Common. Both clubs are new. ly organized and have never played a match game. There are skillfull players in each club, and the game will probably attract nirny spectators. The " Chester nine " are : W. D. Ball, C W. J. Clark, S. S., A. II. Henry, P., J. E. Bolles, C. F., L. D. Cobb, 1st Bh II. II. Cobb, L. F., E. W. Fitch, td 15., F. Bates, R. F. E. A. Howard, 3d B., A Sad Calamity. A most sad calam ity occurred at Mendon on Thursday of last week, by which the wife and daughter of James S. Willis, during a thunder shower, were struck, by lightning and in stantly killed, while standing in the door of the house. Their ages were respect ively 36 and 16 years. Two younger children in another part of the house were not injured, but as they made no outery for some minutes after it is sup posed they were temporarily affected by the shock. Mrs. and Miss Willis both fell forward int the door-yard, Mrs. W. strik ing on a stoaa step with such force as to fracture her skull, which alone would have been sufficient to produce death. Several other persons near in sheds, were pros trated including Mr. W. himself. A horse being driven by in the highway at the time was prostrated and also the fowls standing in tlie yard. Mr. Willis former ly resided in Plymouth, and much sympa thy is felt for him and what remains of his family, ia their deep distress and af fliction. A Fitting Rebcke. The senatorial excursion party, on its way back from the plains, passed through Wyandotte, Kan sas, Thursday evening. A crowd sur rounded the hotel and called upon Mr. Wado for a speecli, which he refused to make. He said he would not speak in a city where lynch law reigned and men were butchered without trial. He alluded to the case of two colored men who were arrested the previous night, charged with murdering a farmer named McEhann, and lodged in jail. They were taken out on Thursday morning by a large mob and hung ip ; but the rope breaking they were shot to pieces in the court-house yard, where the bodies lay nearly all day. A coj-ooor's jury refused to take testimony, and simply gave a verdict hung by mob." The evidence since developed indicates clearly that the men were innocent, and that the real murderers were the ring leaders of the mob. Rutland Sc Buulinhton Railroad. 1'he Rutland & Burlington Railroad have perfected arrangements by which they are prepared to issue mileage tickets for any number of miles desired, and at a price so much less than regular tickets as to make it an object for constant travellers on the road to purchase them. We give the rates below. Mileage tickets entitling the holder to ride three hundred miles or more on any part of the road which ex tends from Brattleboro to Burlington, a a distance of HI miles, are issued at the following rates: 300 miles, 9,00 and at the same rate for any distance less than 1000 miles, making the fare on'.y 3 cents per mile, 1000 miles $25,00 and at the same rate for any additional distance, making it only cents per mile. Minis ters and students are' allowed a still fur ther deduction of SI, 00 per hundred mile", making their rates as follows: for SCO miles $G,0O. The issue of the above tick ets at the low rates is a great convenience to the traveling public and saves the delay and confusion apparent at large stations. These tickets entitle the holder to travel on any and all trains at all times at their own pleasure. When the puachaser has rode ten or any number of miles more or less the number of miles traveled is pnnched out by the conductor, and to on until the whole number of miles repre sented on the ticket has been traveled. Any number tit persms win join together and purchiKM a ticket representing any number of mi't-s. . No eake" is uppendid to marriiigr) notices in Kansas. Jeff. Duvis was fO years old on the 3d day of Juno. Hd was born in Todd county, Ky. J A Philadelphia street organist, who was lately arrested, was found to carry $5500 in greenbacks in n belt around his body. The death of a prominent citizen of St. Louis is reported to have occurred from a enncer on the nose, ' caused by the pressure of his spectacles." A Pennsylvaniun has paid a fine of $20 for putting' his arm around a lady's waist without saying " by jour leave." A negro called "Old Rube" was voted for in Cairo, III., on Tuesday last, for circuit judge, in opposition to Col. Ol ney, and he received nearly 200 demo cratic votes. ....... New wlieat is coming into Charles ton, S. C, quite freely, and the prevailing price is $2,50 a bushel, though holders of early crops of prime are asking more. A man in Cairo, running against a barber pole the other night, pulled out his pocket book, threw it down and ran, sup posing he was attacked by a robber. Edmond About says, " there are two things in this world which a man does not often find away from home : the first is good soup ; the second is disinterested love." The New York market is lite ally glutted with strawberries from Jersey, and the wholesale price is down to 12 and 15 cents a quart. There is an immense crop of strawberries this year. A Niagara correspondent says there were thirty odd brides there one day last week. It is supposed their lords had fled appalled by the awful expense attending a visit to that popular resort. " 1 ' An elderly lady at Wayne, Micb., while walking in her garden last Sunday, was stung in the ball of her eye by a hon ey bee. She screamed and fell back, and died in Ten minutes after receiving the in jury. A gentleman of Louisville, Ky., whose wile died of cholera, has sued the city for $15,000 damages, claiming tha t the disease was contracted because of the uncleanliness and impurity of the city. A couple of Detroit clergymen have procured a tent capable of seating four hundred person?, which they propose !o move from place to place in the worst quarters of the city, for the purpose cf attracting those who will not attend church. Services will be heU in the tent regularly, but will riot be confined to any particulur denomination. During a recent wedding in a church in a village near Troy, N. Y., when the clergyman a-ked if anybody knew any reason why the ceremony should not pro ceed, a woman rose in the audience ..and forbade the b ans on the ground that the groom had promised to marry her when her husband died. The clergyman decid ed that she had no rLht to look so far ahead, and went on with the performance. The republican state convention of Louisiana, met on Tuesday at New Or leans, in the Mechanic's Institute, where the July massacre occured. Chas. Smith was elected president. ; The convention will reorganize the state central commit tee, and adopt a platform for the pending canvass. Gen. Sheridan will issue in a few days an order protecting all parties in the peaceful prosecution of the campaign throughout the state. The Pennsylvania democratic con vention in its resolutions declared the es tablishment of negro seffrage in any state by federal power a usurpation and out rage, and threatened resistance to the last to any attempt so to establish it in Penn sylvania, and reproached the republican Congress with failing io redeem its pledges by passing the tariff biil of the last ses sion. A resolution of thanks to Gen. Sheridan was introduced, but was ruled out of order. Cambridge: cattle market. TUK3DAT, Jau, ID, 18ti7. axovht vr nvci at h Attn Cmttle. SlKrp. CholM. Fit Hog,, Tealu Ttato!k, 1350 K 2 S4!0 6.0 IteV) 4417 KtS 1I S7S Oul rwr ago, lS0i 6013 lA ISM) Ola) runs. PrlMn if Market Ff ntrm S14 76 It 15 fO ; Srrrt inl- (bin) qiiA.it, MS OO He 13 60. Vrirv of Stor CatUa WorkiDt Oxen, TT rir 2CO- Milch Oowa and Calwa B (SO ; axtra gnoii SS to S116 with or without emlTca aj may be agieed; kmf and wruiuarjr aw w w. Priceao! simp and Lambs & to 7e. axtra 7, to 8 per 1b. HMee 10 lie. Tallow ' J to 8Jc p fc. Coantry lota 8 Calf skina, to 23e. -Pelta, Umbs 60c ; abeared, 2ue wool S225 $2 75 REMARKS Prieaa of baef about tha aan... lr and a lew Iota only Bold aa bih as 13e. Oeoerall sales were at 12 to Me. Sheep rather dull and lower: U w lots went over ofe. uooa lambe In setter drmaDd at &6-0V- Io I'hesler. Jane lth, b ReT. Chaa. Lord, LYMAN P.. COLLINS or Woodstock, and Jdtes 6AKAII M. SI1UKT. hunt, mi CbeMer. In Prortorxetiie. Jane 41h. hr Rer. S. F. Brown. ALOX- maj r.r.i.u,aua r.uuA Tuuxrj.i, both off Cateadlsh. gift.. Marriage nnd DwUh fomrted nu. 0b.taari,tnela4 uK poetry, to Dm paM fur Mreoruiag t fangta. Ia Lotidrwderrr. Jmmm 9h. widow HA XX AIT DAVIS aged &) j tsar, 7 MOBtbj and 6 day. M. U , and Mtrn, pmpnr plea fimtre. Ia WwtBiutar, Jhm ltth, HKNitT MAT. turw! 46 ymts. Id trMtnlarter Wait. Job 4th, Ulm ABIGAIL COD IlNa.aed tjVTmra. In enactor, Ibm 18th. BTLVKST8R NBWTOX, aged 87 yr. la Krone una. Mill.. Mltsi rfl.LKTT. aiad 90 tt. la VatchTilK Jaaa a, ILLAiU) . OATfcd, agad & la So. Haadiac, Jat 12th. Mrs. J BRUSH A H. fiKECT. wife of TnoaM 0. Orvaa. aeed 77 aars. FLOCBl FLOUR I FLOCK Of the baa qoalKr.eowetutlT a. kaed aad far Mia by tbc Barrel. ar ia liataaaUtT. Bj sL BYDK. 1UEKATION NOTICE! Notli-a la hereby irtren that I hare this day glean, my son , frank H. Howmen his tttue Air tha racualuuerof hta Btluoriiy, and .halt not elatm any of hta earning Of pay any Ovbrs of his ooutracllbg atur this date. LKVlAl. BOWMAN. 1UU.0V.S fiuji, June 18, W)7. '-Ji,--n 1 y KKMONT VALLEY RAILKOAD Coupon W ft, of tha Vit Mor.rr Bond ot tha Ver moot Vailttv luilruad. duo AprU In, 1.3, will ba pattd od ami fur Jul; ti, lHi7, at rha otlW of tb Trea urar, in 111 low tall, Vermont. Fur tha Mtca of t bitty day from aid July Ut, 1H7. tha Mtttia ami poo will ba paid al tha National .'ark Uaua In tha t'itv ot 1W Y.r. J. II Wfi.UAMd.Trtwnrar. Bit low i Kill, Vt.. Jut, 31, 1H(17. rib 117 1 )ROFSSIONAL NOTICE! Vfl. L. 0. RAKKKK, of tha RKMFTHAL INSTITUTE, Lebanon. Cona., wit) takarouat at tha bVtlow Kail Uoima, In (tallow Fait, Thunwlay, Juoa itotb, lor onauttaiioa ia rotation to Hot.e-aftUng, Contraction, Hrrofula dinaiaii, Hone Ulrara, tWtiila, iTr aura, UaiwraJ Lability, Locat ed dim wm, hi .. ho Dr. Hnrker ha baan for thalst efffhl yaart. and itfll Iff. an aMoclate of !)r. Chan Bwaet, M. 1). tha onlbratad Rona Pettar, who 1kt lit )at thirty Jm. baa TUitad atontuly Hartford. .'ona.,aud SprinuflMld. Mna ., Dr.ttwaat't popular miMlieinat wtllaocoinpaay tha traatv maut. foertal attention paid to Braraa for Pplnal DiMaaaa, Orookad Ft. Ac, he Vt. H. will remain but ona day. IJavUUs Ludlow, Eutland. Brandon and tturltugtoa ANTED IMMEDIATELY! Actlra, anannUe men. to j licit order for our Mf work now in pre, THE COTTAGE CYCLOPEDIA, Tha rlchaat depository of know M (re var brought wtthta o tarjr a euiupaai ! A mine of lutailaetual wealth ! A gem of literature ! Complete in one largu octavo volume of over 1UO0 patte richly Illustrated. Pronpeutue now reedy. Labor al eomuiwIoM given. Wo offer aiao tha DOMESTIC BIBLE ILLUSTRATED, i" BT BKV. INGHAM COBBIN. A large royal quarto of 1500 pnarw, containing 700 enKrav Intn. Notes, Concordance, etc.. ate. j endorsed by distill. Kuished divines ot all denominations. A a standard Family Bible, it has no competitor. Hale, large and rap. Idly Increasing. One agent lepoita 12b' ia 20 days, tar tarma and territory, address, A. S. HALE & CO.. 87 Asylum St, : Hartford, Conn. IVotice. TUB FubKTlber has taken the Ptore of Mr Norman Harris, one door east of Messrs Arms it Wllhou's Store, in slauinioth Mock, where he is offering . freeh stock ot WEST IXDIA GOODS AND GROCEKIES, of the best quality. A 1.0 n general aupply of COUHTBT BOO0CK AND PROVISIONS, ' Such af BCTTKB. cueesw. . - - ; ' ' 1-ORK, ' , . LAIIP. . . . BKAN5. DRIED APPT.R", , .. , P0TAT0K8, e., Ac ; '. ' ' ; Good assortment of s CROCKERY AND GLASS WARS. All of which will be sold at reasonable price, f, vt cash or Oonotry Produce. Please calland examine roryourselrea Feeling thankful for past &vors, I hope to receive a sham of patronage fur the lutnre. B. CRAOIN. Ueiaows hm, June 10, 18o7, ' 24 . QIIESTER COUNTY PIGS 1 A few mora of there extra ' Chester County Pigs " for eeie oy o.tr. ttUUUB. TALLION FRENCH MORGAN. Formerlv owned bv Oht?r Hand. En..ef Townshpnrl. , Tt., mav be found at my Stable. (Stnge Harn) In Springfield, every day (exempt on the ialbath) tbiongh the aeaeon ; and he in a vodlx animal, standing 16 hand high, weight, 1,175 pound. Color, j.:t black, fine fiirure. larir liutba. and perfect feet, in tu:per aod d.spwi ion. gentle ac a iamn. ah a TOU(Uter,ana It r ail woik, tit KUMiku UUBUX' patted by any liTing horse. Term utUtactnry. Juiie 10, laC;- U Jfi iKGlIAM. yOUNG PATHFINDER ! Young Pathfinder was rired by old Pathfinder of Eaxt IfampUm. Conn., whoaa Pediifrea ia well kfK.wn in ii Hoise Breeder. In ISw KnitlHnd. Old Pathfinder aa a onrit chestnut oolor. stood 16 hand high, Und weighed In rwiu conumon, j.jtsu potimi. took tne firtt premium at the first national h re nhow in Spriugtield. Could trot in K S3, and for style and beauty never was unrpasevd in New Eoglatid. Young Pathfinder Dtmwutpara Memetsger Blare ; color black, of great endurance aud a very tan road er and will go her mile in '2 40. She Ifl owned by Warren Tanner of H liimantie, Conn . wlio raiHi Young Pathfinder and ha owned him uo to Anril 17. lHt.7. whn bought by thm uedarvvrttad, t. w hrwe arable ha wm wutDu "r lire inm eoming aeaiNn. lie la periectty blark. ttij band bigb, and U a gcod a horse as can be found in this section. W. J. bAINX, -Billows Falls, June 10, 1RC7. 24 N TEW GOODS! JUST OPBNKD A Large Stock of DRY GOODS. CARPETING, PAPER HANGINGS, WINDOW SHADES, and EEADY-MADE CLOTHING, Loiight nt PANIC P KICKS, nnd will be sold accordingly O. O. GRAY. Dnxowi fAUI. Vt June 10, 1807 24 JJAPER AND ENVELOPES, " for f ale by R . 0. K0WARD8. A RARE CHANCE! IU an'lcioarlna Of anln WmtttT tJTr a nnw1 Inrl Ulawnawir In tha sale ot the fcltoaiug property : Abont one hundred acres land laying fifty rd mrt ot the viilaga ot' Cam bridgeport, con w ( ing of taelve acre of tillaa, twenty five acres of timber, and the remainder nasturan. Xaid farm also contains a nice young orchard of graltei fmit ana a Migar orcnard 01 nernriy nva hunOrt a trees every thing convenient. I have eighty- even acres situated tn Horkingham one mile from the vUlsire. suitablv JiTkiVd Into tillage, pasturage and timber, wiih a good apple and "Kaw uccusuii. aiw my aaeiiiog-nouse. Darn aol out bunding, at d Store with stock of (Joods. (a good tastemewt over filestore) situated in Oambridgeport, aad will Sell the whole or p.rt to suit purchasers. Any one akhint to Invest in a country store will And a good inducement by luvestiaUntf this stock. A good trade ertabliwhed. ISAAC GLYNN. C am lUMurokr. April 1867. 1H FINE GOLD RINGS, rlS. Kar OrsasMnts, Cwalna. Kleeee Bartons. Masons, KaBb.ema, Ueau1. fine, atada aad KmlimM UwlluBa, a (ne aMnrtneni, at . C. U. BOWK, Chester. 4 Mf AY ILLCOX t GIBBS SEWING MACHINE. Its see ia Is stnncer and leas liable so rt U an... wear Ike, the Lock-Suiea." f - Jwtirti 1 .Brawn "at law Urmul TnmL ' tfwod war the u Keport," and aaansJasof Wark. rontakilcr fcoth khiits 4 srltebea. on the aajae saiee af cooda. ... a. nuji i.x., we.castas.ew. vs., AKeat law Charlsa. Jnwa. lpoie. aad llawsaa, . HaaA Haalhaaa Oaatj, axo.pt liorkiDjcbaa. aad Atbeaa. I tt I UMBER FOR SALE! The Bubs, ill hMiri.i a ll astw m aad Heaalork boards aad Fssafc. AprU 4, 1HS7. 1. B. BRIMMA1I. pROVISIONS FOB JALX I PORK. LAKV, x. ct rau oinoss. CsUSBBsUUsa, saWI. AT PUS, ftC lew sale 40 BT B TDK. HE UNIOX PACIFIC RAILROAD CO. Are now eontlrurtlug a Railroad froaB OMAHA, KKI1BASKA, waatwanl towards the Paclne Ocean, Basking uith Its eon necUona .a unbro&en linn ., ., ACROSS TU CONTINENT. The Company now oftVr limited amount of thalr FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS - ...... navtng thirty rears to run. sod bearing annual tarerart, payable on tha first day ot Januarv and July. In tha Ofty of New Vurk, mi a rate of HU PKa CKNT. IN GOLD, at K1NKT? CENTS ON Till DOLLAR.' Tht mad was ecair Mat) from Omaha Sift ml'ea wast on tha 11 of January, 17, and is fully equipped, aod tratns are rrgnlaj ly running over tt. The Company has now on bandsufnetant Iron, ties, ete , to finish the remaining por tiun to tha eastern base of tha Kooky Mountains.!., mile which Is under contract to be dona September 1st of this year, and It is ex per ted that tha eutire toad will ba hi running oruer imin uimim whii wco wm itm- n u wn. tha Uantral Parine. now being? rapidly bnilt eastward frooi Bacramento, Lai., durlof. 18. U. , , MEANS OF THE COMPANY. Estimating toe distance to ha built by lb Union Paelfie to be 1 64 to miVs. tha United States Government Issuea Its fix oeroent. Thirtv-ver bonds to tha Comnanv as tha road Is finished at tha average rata of about iMl0 per mile, amounting to 44 :2u(.WW. . , Tha Company Is also' permitted to Wo It own first Mortgage Bond to an ettial amount, and at tha same time which by special Act of Crngrss are mxln a Kim Mort gage on the entire line, the bonds of the United tttates ba ins; subordinate to Luetn. Tha OoTeramenft makes a dr-natlon of 17,900 acres of land to a mile, amounting t i.UJ,MW) aerea estimated to ba worth -JJo.fM).-. makfn: tlia total resources, esc hi- sire of the eepital, U8,41ii iKO ; but tha full value of toe lanus oannotnow oe rtyauxea. Tha authorised capital stock of tha Company bona hun dred million dollars of which five millions have already been paid lu. and of which tt is nocsnpnosau that Mora than twenty-five million at most will be required. The coat of the road is estimated by competent engineers to ba about wm hundred suiliion dollars, exclusive of equipment. TROSPECTS FOR BUSINESS.' ' The railroad connection between Omaha and the Bstt t now complete and the earnings of the Cniou Pacific on tha section ahead j finished fcr the first two weak In May were 118 .(KO. These sectional earnings as the road pro greases will much mora than pay tha interest on tha Com pany bonds, and the through luioess over the only Una of railroad between the Atlantic and Pacific must ba im- VALUE AND SECURITY OF THE BONBS. The Company respectfully submit, that tha abov rtatem ent of tacts duly dt-monst rates the security of their bonds, and as additional proor they would suggest that tha Bonds now ottered sr lass than ten million dollar on 617 miles of road, on which over twenty million dollars have alread) tH-en.expeoded ; on 311 mi wo this road tha oars are now runuing aad tha r?uiintig 187 miles an nearly completed At the present rate of premium on gold fhoe bonds nay an annual Interest on the present cost of N IN K PKKCENT and it is be He ted that on the completion ef the road, like the Uovertiment Bond, they will f:o above par The Com pany intend to sell but s limited smonnt at the present low rates and retain the right to advance the price at their option. - Fub scrlptlcns will be received In New York by tha COKTIMKTAL IKATIOHAL It ASK. fcQ 7 KaSPSU St., - Cure Dodgs k Co , Bankers 61 Wall St . Jonw J. Cisco t Sob Backers, Ko. 83 Wall St., and by BANKS and BAN KP.lt S generally throughout tha Unitod Mstvs, of whom mnpn aid descripUva pamphlets may ba obtained. They will alr-o be sent by mail lrvm tha Company s fflce, A W Missau htreet ew York, on ap plieation. Suhscrihers will select their own Agents in whom they have oonfidence. who alone will ba responsible to mem tor tite sum delivery or the oonas JOHN J. CISCO, Treasurer. 24-30 KewYoik. THE PLACE TO GET MARBLE WORK CHEAP. . ?4 '4 ljf ANDREWS. 111 GEORGE ANDREWS' MARBLE WORKS. Westminster St .opposite W. P. Had ley's Tin Shop. BlkLOWS FAiXS, VT. TUB work manufsctured at this establishment Is of a superior class, great rare being taken by the proprie tor, wno is a master wotaman, toiuruiin so tiioso wno favor htm with their orders, work in the best Italian and American Marble, which for beauty and design and finish cannot be excelled in this place or elsewhere. To those who are about to purciiasa an v thing In this una. na wm say that ne is prepared w lumisn any arttrte usually manufactured at surh an establish men t, from the most simple to the most elaborately carved. MOXUMESTS, TA Bis KTS.jftJliA.VaVS TONES, PIER EHKLVI.etc , at prices whlch'ilefy 'com petition. ' Work furnished to persons iu a'')accht towns at from" TO to 15 per ceut less than by any other dealers in this vicin ity, as 1 do not employ traveling agents to do my butrtness at a large expense, hut solid, mr w rk at tha shop, which enables the purchaser Io examine the work. 07" AJ order promptly attended to. and Mtisf&etkm guaranteed. 24 C. f. Thenaeaaa Estate. 8TATB OP TERM NT. I Tha Probate Court In and DiBTaicT or n'tsTMiNtrtass I ftr said restrict: Te all per eous loterested Id the .state of bV If. Ihosapson, lat. of Townshend, in said district, ileeeaaed, iimting i V'OV are hereby . otitled that Jotias Twltehell, adminia. istrator of said estate will render an aeoonnt of his administration thereof, and present his aeeonnt pir allow anee at the session of said eeort to be held at the Piobat. Office in Tnwu-bend, la said District, the Brst IVednesdsy or July, lHt7, and you eao then and I tie re be heard in the pjwmiess If you ahall see eause; and anid eourt will then order an nesignntent of personal property to tha widow tf said deetased. C. B. KUllir, Kee'r. June ith, lnt7. l42o Sarab H. Sarlei-s Ktalate. fTATB 0 VKRMONT, 1 The Probate Court In and Dtsraicr er WremiHrTr.a, ss. f tor said Mstriet: To all p fsns interested m the esiaie ..f flarai. M. Porter, lata of Jantaiea, In said distiirt. deceased. tint line ' V'OU are hereby notihed that Curils Robinson adminia. tratorof the estate of aaid deceai.ad. asa aiade appll earion to sell all the real estate of said deceased, represent ing that it would be keneneial ta the nabs and all persona interested, aad aaid eourt will deride nnon said apptieattoB at the session these, to be held at Tnwushend oa the Ira.. Wedneedey of July. when and wbera aa can be h ard In the premises If joo shall see eause. Juaefr,lri. Win V. B. iDDY, Reg r. tbapla Balrier'a Eatata. 8TATW OP TKKMONT, I The Frobate Court In and Damsel SF WnruusTta. ss ( Ibr w.kd dislriet : To all war sous interested la the estate of Chapia Bolster, lata of Londonderry. D dislriet deeeaaed. tirtrttrng V'OU are hereby aotihl that amid Court will derl le P al owane. of the adna in l.t ration aeeoaut of turtU Kobiosoa. adeninlstratnr of faul estate aad dearea distribntioB of said ewtate at the ereswa of aaid Court to be held at the Probata OtVe.l. Towaahaad ka said diatrlet. oa the an, Wedneaday of July, lteK. wbtrh tln P"-a yo. eea be award la tt. ptwaaksea W you shell ee. JuneS, VZ. CkV-tllllV kew. -'laaa'a Eaaate-. I1TAT1 OP VFRMOWT, .The Probaw Coart tar aid . ."'"" t Marie, To ail persau. Rested n t o. oetat. of Joawpa Jaoa, at. of lad (ham. ta said dtrict. oewdV atwar. V l.Behr aoliaed that aa Intli.asal parportlna Xaa ba the iaal wtllaad aiml of aad ayeeuad. ha. - w ia. usn aor. tor ITbte ay Oraaada Bunoa on. of ah aaerutora theroof, aad that said r. T 'kl "T10 the probM. tberW. at aba t.Milua of ne'" at the Prooata OaVw ka Townabsad, .... tm, eei ea. arm weaaasaay of July, liew.waea aad when Jew aaj ha heard la aha preaaisee if you shaU "."! DlT, rlsf'r. Jane t, 18C7. M-Stl T Pyle's Saleratus b ieksswlesett tksEest h Uss. Always put op in poarjd ptsckages, PULL WCIOHT. Cold by Grocers Everywhere BUTTERFIELD & FROST. EW, GOODS I NEW GOODS! BDTTIRrHXO b rmom aasw Jant saMleed laraa e. dltioua a taeir aaasually aaiaawlM attok, aad aaw Isao th. best aaaortateal af fooda a hi trnfc TtatBlty, liaafal lag of all kinds af aal tweaa. ALAPACAS, SILK STRIPE POPLINS, GRAY GOODS, LAWKS, MUSUNS, 0 : it , PRINTED BHILUANTS, CBAMBRATS, PERJTS, DELADJS, 0TK0HAM S, k AraUOaaaf 1 i . . : v . .- .. - BROWN & BLEACHED COTTONS, DENIMS, STBIPE8, TICKS, COTTONADES, KENTUCKY JEANS, &&, alec LADIJSS" CLOAKINGS, SHAWLS AMD BALMORALS. a AMacaiaVwat Uaaaf LINENS AND WHITE GOODS. All Unda tt saalU (an,, Hoop Skirit, Cor sett, Glovet, Hoiltry, Dutlo'it. immingt. ifc Stc. A ale lot of CAMURIC XDGIXGS AND INSERTIONS. LADIES' SHOES, MISSUS SHOXS, CniZDRSIfS SHOIS. SEkOK t LMJTBER, CON tIRESS AND BALMORALS. . Taakawt, .... GKXTS" CAtr BOOTS, V, - GENTS' CALF SHOCS, . ' . . CONGRESS A BALMORAL, OXFORD TOES, Hen' Youth,' and ton' THICK BROflAXS AND BOOTS. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS BATS AND CAPS, .- . 1 Tf rinaalaajlii Towav. A rail soil af aURKIt OOOm, t tb. j U.W. A fuD aaUaf KUk MIU latab; aldifc. Hv.aalj I GROCERIES,. CROCKEBT. STONE. VASE, FISH, DET PICKLED, as fart awarjtfalag sawaVka BOaawAwy Stapa. . m AO T Umm Good, aja . b fatttn f. ' " 'at Btataj-aa aeaa. far a, , Bajapja.aaaB.Bj laiifaiBii. lajatai RiwBsvTt. "S