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BELLOWS FALLS, SEPT. 37, 1807.
-- " 1 - ' 1 " 1 ; :r ..Trr Ther is nothing of special political interest to report this week. The campaigns in several slates are progressing but not with the usual vigor and a full vote is not likely to be polled. ' The democracy very naturaHy lake advantage of this apathy and with the help of side issues, issues which the union party have not managed with the most wisdom in some states they hope to make a favorable showing on the popular vote, or the " reaction " as they call it. Fortunately no Congressmen are to be chosen, nor even a governor in many of the states, including Pennsylvania and New York, where the result may be con sidered doubtful till after election. Ohio elects a governor, and will doubtless elect the union state ticket. The democracy, everywhere throughout the country are using beer, whisky and occasionally cold water as traps for unwary union men who ought to keep out of them. The demo cratic majority in California has been re duced some two thousand by late returns. The Senate is union and the House demo cratic with a majority on joint ballot for the latter, which will enable them to elect U. S. Senator. The most important elections to be held this year are those in the Southern States. They will be looked for with deep interest, and have great and we hope a good influence on the work of reconstruction. . i v , Speaker Colfax. In a letter to the Union border State Convent'on at Balti more, Speaker Colfax says: " If a State which enfranchises by the tens of thousands every man who bore anna to destroy the nation, and along with them every man who took the officiul oath of allegiance to a so called government, which could only exist on the ruins of the Republic, and at the same time disfran chise by the tens of thousands other men vjho are free citizens of the United States and unmistakably loyal; if such a state has a republican government, I would like some learned jurist to inform us what would be an anti-republican government ? If a State where loyalty is made odious and devotion to the Union in its darkest hours of trial is punished by ostracism, outrage, and dishonor, and the bitterest enmity and bloodiest hostility to the Re public is the surest passport to social dis tinction, to public honor, and to official trust ; if that kind of government is one that the United States is to guarantee (and that means to secure, to indorse, to project), our revolutionary fathers must have sadly misunderstood the meaning of the language they placed so solemnly and emphatically in the constitution. I will not insult their memories by believing it. I have the fullest faith that the Congress which has dared to defy rebel hate and executive obloquy and reviling will not allow such conduct to pass unrebuked. . Political. The editor of the Balti more American says that Gen. Sheridan, id the course f an interview in that city, auid that in New Orleans the registration lists showed there were more colored peo ple who could aign their names on the registry lists than there were whites. y The official returns of the lute election in Tennessee are now complete, showing a total vote of 96,213, divided as follows: WiUiiwi G. Brownlow, 73,600 ! Emerson Etheridge, 22,547. Brownlow's majority, 81,119. . Senator Sherman of Ohio recently s iid in a speech that tie 14 no doubt Mr. Stanton would be rertai ed to his office ly the Senate, unless the President's reasons for rtmoving him were different from what they were represented to be. A dispatch from St. Louis to the Cin cinnati Comniercial says: In conversa tion with a gesttlesnan here on Tuesday, Gen- Sheridan expressed the following opinion; That he regarded his adminis tration of kffairs at New Orleans as com paratively taild, and coming short of the standard required f him by Gen. Grant, who, be says, favored the exercise of fur greater severity.; and if he (Gen. Grant) had been ailting the position himself, he would have adopted more stringent and rigorous measures. New Mcsia We have received the following pieces of new music from C M. Tremaine, 481 Broadway, New York ; Girls, wait for Teonperaece Man," an entertaining and humorous song and clio rus, words by Mrs. M. A. Kidder, music by Mrs. Farkburst. "The News Boy Song," and " Annie Arden," by W. C. Baker. P. S. Since writing the above we have received from the same house a new col lection of hymns and tones entitled, " Heavenly Echoes," for Sunday schools and social nettings, fcjr Horace Waters. Mr. Waters is at-ell known as a popu'ar musical author, his Sabbath School Beli " having reached (he enormous sale of one million and eighty thousand copies. 44 Heavenly Echoes' will doubtlrss be heartily welcomed ty the children, con taining as it does many new and beautiful ' aongs. " Let us then tone our voices in beautiful strains below, that they may be ' worttv to Join the heavenly choir above." Death or Hon S. B. Colby. Hun. ' Stoddard B. Colby of Montpelier, Regis ' ter in the U. 6. Treasury, died in Haver bill, N. H, where he was on a visit, on ' Saturday evening last. Mr. Colby was a - native of Derby, and 51 years of age. He was a graduate of Dartmouth College, and spent the earlier portion of his pro fessional life in Orleans county, but most of it in Montpelier, where ha bad quite an extensive practice, and was associated with the late Hon. Lucius B. Peck. On the resignation of Hon. Lucius E. Chittenden, Mr. Colby was appointed Register of the National Treasury, and held that oflice at the time of his death. Serenade to Gens. Sheridan, Han cock and Sickles. These three distinguished Union Gen erals were in Washington on Monday evening, and received one of the most im posing serenades ever witnessed in that place. It is estimated that there were from 10.000 to 15,000 present. Gens. Sheridnn and Hancock briefly acknowl edged the compliment paid them, hut Gen. Sickles, though brief, spoke upon recon struction and struck the loyal heart. We copy his speech as follows : " He thanked them for! he greeting they had given him uron his return to Wash ington, and for this proof of their confi dence and regard. He referred to the war, its lessons and its results, and spoke in favor of the enfranchisement of all loyal people without regard to color. He de clared that the loyal people of the South should have the right to vole down treason. (Great npplause.) That the peace, pros perity and welfare of the South, the North tlie East and the West depended on the prolongation of military occupation. The loyal men of the South should be safefly intrenched in the fortress of Liberty, of which they are the only guardians upon which we can suiely rely in the rebel States. (Cheers.) The events of the rebellion have taught us many lessons. If we forget these we are untrue to our flag and country. (Voice that s so.") I am not among those who would ungenerously treat even a South erner, but I would be the last if I know myself to refuse to trust those who have been our steadfast and unflinching friends in the hour of extreme.-t peril. (Ap plause.) Therefore I say to you that the faithful and thorough execution of the measures of Congress is from my point of r which is solely a military, and in no sense a political view of the situation- essential to the security of life and prop erty in the Southern States and equnlly vital to the enjoyment of that repose and security, which, for the whole land, for the whole blessed Republic, which was fought for and won at Atlanta, at Gettysburg, at Spottsylvania and at Petersburg. (Loud pplause.) It is impossible torever im possibleto undo that noble act of justice which conferred upon the loyal men of tho South liberty and enfranchisement. (Cheers.) Nor can anything be mote reasonable in my judgment, than the idle apprehensions which have been expressed in many quarters that to make those people ree is to take from us soure of our freedom, or take from us some of our privileges or rights. There is a law of gravitation in iho morel as in the material world ; the wenk can rever overcome the strontr. Numbers, culture, destiny, have decreed the domination of the white race in mod ern civilization perhaps the civilization of all time. It was the celebrated Mr. Fox, I believe, who said that reaction was the most dangerous form of revolu tion. Such, at least, would be the charac ter of the reaction that would put the rebels and their friends in power; and let me say to you as my fervent aspiration May that day never come. (Cries of " Never" and loud applause.)" Ringing Applr Turks. A farmer in Wardi-lioro, thus writes to the New Eng land Farmer : The ao ounts published in the Farmer, last spring of ih result of ringing apple trees, induced me to try the enp.riment on a young, tliritty tree that never had borne but one apple although it had l los- somed full several years. The bark was removed when in full blossom 21 inches in length around one limb that was one inch in diameter. The result is that there now are about fifty apples on thnt limb and only two on the whole of the rest of the tree. Seeing that Mr. A. H. Wheel er, of the Concord Club, is cutting down his orchard because of its unfruitfulness, I would recommend the experiment to his consideration." : Now the question is will trees thus op erated upon ever bear, or live to bear more than once after such operation. Can any one give us the result of an experi ment after that length of time? Iowa. A letter from Gen. N. B. Ba ker, of Iowa, (formerly of N. II.) to a friend in Chicago says of the coming State election : " The Republican party will carry everything by overwhelming major- itiea State officers. Senate and House. There will be some loss in the river towns on the license question but it will have no effect on the general result,"' Ministers in the Legislature. Among the representatives elected to the next Legislature of Vermont are four Congrrgaiienal ministers: Rev. Stephen Harris of Windham, Rev. T. S. Hubbard of Stockbridge, Rev. Leonard Tenney of Thetford, and Rev. Edwin Wbeelock ol Cambridge. Texas and Yellow Fiveb. The ravages of yellow fever in Texas are frightful. Not only the chief cities, but the small hamlets in the central and southern portions of the State, have been visited. A private letter from Houston mentions several villages that have been almost depopulated, and the papers though evidently making the record as light as possible, give fearfully long lists of deaths. In Galveston, op to the 1 4th fast., there had been 1,054 deaths in a population o' about twenty-two thousand. There must be painful suffering there and elsewhere that demands renewed exertions on the part of cititens in sections free from such afflictions. California. The latest dispatches ssy that returns from forty-light counties show a vote of 77,508, of which Ilai-lit, democrat for Governor, has 42,800; Got 1mm. republi can, 33.742, ftni Fay, also lepublican, 1,558- If the number of counties is cor tect, this is a complete return, as there are (or were last year) just forty-eight counties in tlm State. Assuming the fig ures to be all right, let us see how the vote compares with that of previous years, and look particularly for that " democratic gain" of 26.000 in California set down in The World's exultant table, to which we referred on Thursday : VOTE OF CALIFORNIA. Ywira. 1SK0 ISHS Whole Vote. 11U221 K9.ua KW.976 Republican. SU.BBI 04,447 tt'2.134 83.221 Democratic; 88 6S0 44.716 43.841 1WH 18HJ 18S7 M)4tid W45 42.3UO 3,;US Of thli vote W.Mi was for Buchanan, ud Stf.lUfi tor Filtmoi. Now where are the " ("rent Democratic gains?" Except in 18C5, when there was only a Supreme Court Justice to elect, and when neither party put forth its strength, the Democrats have not since 13C0 pulled so small a vote as they have this year. From 3,365 for Buchanan (not counting their share of Fillmore's vote) they diop down to 42,300 for Haight ; a clean lo?s of more than 10,000. Thty also lose 1 500 from 1864, and 2,- 500 fiom 1863. Let us lake the last Gub ernatorial election in that State for com parison, and show up once more the Word's " lying in round numbers." Here is their claim : DEMOCRATIC GAINS FOR 1867. Tn following are tb Deniocratie gatna, la round num ber, alDca laat e'prlaf : In Connecticut, . In Kentucky, In New Hampshire, In Khod laland, In Vermont, 8.000 20 0U0 fj.OOu 2MJ0 6 000 lu California, In Maine, In Montane, Total, 26.000 14,0011 1.000 76,000 ,ic frail and on? Territory of near.y 80,000 Totes pearly one- quarter of the entire popular majority lor Lincoln in 1804 In the loyal Btataa. Substituting the truth for the above statement, we find the following result (taking, as we hare said in ibe case of California the vote for 1863 instead of that of 1865, when there was no contest) : Democratic vote in 1866 and 186?. State,. 1S66 Connecticut, 43.974 Kentucky, lift 979 New Uamp.hlre, 30.4X1 Khode laJaiul, 2.818 Vrnnont, 10.8 California, 44 715 kla.ne, 40,313 1867. Cain. 44 80S 884 90,225 Ion, K.iM 82.018 2.167 8,178 802 10.393 10 42 a 10 Ion, 2.415 44,703 4886 Total, 263,604 208,254 loaa, 410 So it appears by ihe actual record, which cannot be truthfully gaincayed, that instead of a gain of feventy-flve thousand we do not count Montana the Democ racy is down for an actual loss. This will do until we get the exact official figures. Tribune. The Anders onvillo Prisoners. A medical work now in course of pub lication in New York embodies some in formation oa this still painful topic, which cannot be without interest. It appears hat Dr. Joseph Jones of Augusta, Ga., was deputed by the Richmond authorities to- go to Anderson ville and examine into the condition of the Federal prisoners. His report in manuscript has been read by the author of the publication refened to above, who gives extracts from it. Dr. Jones, writing on the 19th of October, 1864, says that at that time there were more than five thousand seiiously sick in the hospital and stockade, and the deaths ranged from ninety to one hundred and thirty each day. Since the establishment of ihe prison on the 24ih of February, 1864, over ten thousand Federal pri-on- ers had died ; that is, m-ar one-third of the entire nuinW had perished in less than seven months. He states that bo mado a cartful examination of the ground", of the water and of all the other features of the prison. In reference to the terrible effects of gangrene, he says : More than thirty thousand were crowded upon twenty-seven acres of land, with little or no shelter from the intense heat of a Southern summer or frm the rain or dew, with coarse corn bread from which the husk had not been removed with fcant supplir-s of fresh meat and veg etables, with little or no attention to hy giene, with feMering masses of tilth at the verv doors of their rude dens and huts with the banks of the stream flowing through the stockade a filthy quagmire of human excrements a'ive with working maggots, generated by their own filthy exhalations and excretions an atmosphere that so deteriorated and contaminated their solids and fluid?, that the slightest scratch on the surface, and even bites of small insects, were frequently followed by s uch rapid and extensive gangrene as to destroy extremities an 1 even life itself." After this statement of a rebel surgeon it will be in vain for the rebel " govern ment," so called, or their advocates or apol ogists to setk to explain away their respon sibility for the diabolical lreatme.it of tl e Fedei al prisoner. That ineffaceable blot, on the conduct of an unprovoked war Will consign iis perpetrators to the execration of posterity. It will be regarded how ever as corn-intuit that conspirators in be half of human bonrlage slit. u Id treat their captives with a barbarity which belongs only to the age of slavery. The lesson, though repol-ive and saddening, is yet tor significant to be entirely forgotten by our countrymen. Precocious girl that, who took as the theme of her graduating essay at a fash ionable seminary, The Education of our Boys." Timothy Titcomb'i new poem Kath rina," will be published September 21, by Messrs. Charles Scribncr, Sc. Co., New York. Those who have read the work describe it at fully equal to "Bitter Sweet," by the same author, as regards the power of its d amatio and the sweetness of its lyrical passages. The plot, for the poem is narrative in form, is laid in the Valley of the Connecticut, the scenery of which Dr. Holland describes with affectionate fidelity, and the aim of the work is to il lustrate the power of a true woman to ennoble aud elevate man; to reveal to hint, the true end of life and to lead him to press rfter it with tho same earnestness and determination which have marked his struggles to realize his dreams of ambition. Advertising Agencies. It is now something like thirty years since the es tablishment of the first Advertising Agen cy in this country. At that time there were scarcely eight hundred periodicals of all descriptions printed in the United States, while now the number will exceed four thousand. Advertisers have increas ed and agencies been established in every important city, and have proved a great assistance to the newspaper press. It is estimated that at the presrnt time there are several hundred men who make this their business, but of these no more than twenty are known to any considera ble extent, and by far the most important are two or three well known firms in New York city, among which the house of Geo. P. Rowell & Co.," No. 40 Park Row, occu pies in some respects the most prominent position. Although not among the oldest, this one, by the energy and business abili ty which has characterized it, has become the authoiized agent of nearly every news paper printed in the English language in North America, and the amount of their transactions exceeds the combined business of many of the older but less enterprising establishments. At their oflice may be found on file newspapers from every section, from Me. to California, and from their books can be learned the rates for subscription and ad vertising. The distance of advertisers from the newspaper publishers, as a general thing, renders it difficult for the latter to be cor rectly informed of the financial reliabilty of their customers, and therefore they usually prefer to receive their f.vors through" at me reliable advertising agency, which, in consideration of the commission allowed, assumes all risk of payment, and does away with the trouble and expense of collecting individual accounts. ' The house named in this article is au thorized to contract for our paper at our lowest rates, and we assure customers at a distance that we prefer to receive orders through them, rather than to contract di rect with parties who are unknown lo us, no matter how good or responsible they may be. Fastest Trotting and Pacing times ever maps. The following are the fast est times made in recorded trotting and pacing matches : 1 mile in harness, 2:18, Dexter. 1 mile to wagon, 2:24, Dexter. 1 mile under saddle, 2:18, D-xter. 1 mile, 106 lb. wagon, 2:38, Ethan Al len. 1 mile, double team, 2:19 3-5, Ethan Allen and mate, and Lantern and mate dead heat. 2 miles in harness, 4:50 1-2, Flora Tem ple. 2 miles in double harness, 5:19, Lady Suffolk and Rifle. 8 miles under saddle, 7:32 1-2, Dutch man. 3 miles to 250 lb. wagon, 8:38, Kemble Jackson. 4 miles in harnesa, 11:42, Smoteo. - X mila to road warron lld2, Marjr Warren. 10 miles in harness, 28:08 1-2, Prince. 20 miles in harness, 58:15, Captaio Mc- Gownn. 20 miles in harness, 59,55, Lady Ful ton. 50 miles in harness, 3 59:09, Spangle, to wagon and driver, 500 lbs. 190 miles in harness, 8 05:53, Con queror. 100 miles in harness, double team, 10 17:22, Master Burke and Robin. PACING. 1 mile, 2:17 1-2, Pocahontas. 2 miles in harness, 4:56 1-2, Hero 2 miles to wagon, 4:33 1-2, Young America. In hunting and hurdle racing Chandler leaped 38 feet over water; Culvert! rope 34 feet over a hurdle, and Lottery 39 feel over a wall. Paint Hchbcg. A correspondent of the Windsor Journal cautions the people against being humbugged and swindled by a set of fellows who are about painting roofs with what they call " Petroleum Metal Paint," which is nothing more than coal tar, and which spoils the water, and continues to wash off, every rain; thus defeating the object many have in putting it on, which is to preserve the wood. The whole thing is in his opinion a base impo sition. ThftmfM WktiA ..r I- :n it- i ....u va TCut uie, aiicrj , acciueniany killed bis sob last Friday, whilA a-vaat t 1 ... . . " "jinri numing wilU Him. Xhe conntrv 1xnrr iU (fMk:n . j . v. vuiv ucr UD both sides, is suffering terribly from drouth, and there will not be mure iLnn nnk.ii the usual corn crop. The grass in many places it entirely destroyed and the fruit trees are dying. Last week il, lw test of the season. Senator Sumner has 29 engagement! to lecture in the West, at $2''0 each. He will fill them before the meeting of Congress in November. When Bonner appealed with his new horse Dexter on the Harlem race course for the first time, the other day, all the gentlemen " took off their hats to the horse. .'... There w a spring of remarkable cu rative-powers near Gettysburg, Pa. It is said lo be the only lithia spiing in Amer ca, and the New York Board of Health are about making experiments with its waters. A democratic caucus in Pennsylva nia demanded of the convention that it should run a soldier for a certain county office. The proposition was favorably re ceived, but on inquiry, no democratic sol dier could be found in the county. Young Ladies" Going to make a flower bed here, Smither? Why it'll quite spoil our croquet ground 1 " Gar dener'' Well, that's yer pa's orders, Miss. He '11 have it laid out for 'Orticul tur, not for 'Dsbandiy 1 " A Democratic orator, in denouncing Ben Wade, called him an agrarian who wanted to divide all the lands among the people. He was astounded at the inter ruptions of " That's the man for me,' " Good for him." " Bully for tho 'grarians. The whole of the first serirs of the 7-30s has been funded except about three million dollars, and it is thought that a large portion of this amount has been lost or destroyed, so that it will not be pre sented for paymeut. The remains of the son of the Great Napoleon, in whose favor his father abdi cated, and for whom the title of Napoleon Second was assumed, are to be removed from Vienna and laid in the newly lestor- ed burial vaults of the Abbey St. Denis, France. Sportsmen all over the West are complaining of the scarcity of prairie chickens. The protracted and incessant rains of spiing-time, which lasted away into the summer and into the egg laying season of the chicken', interfered with the work of incubation. About three weeks ago the house of Simeon Putnam of Danvers, wa entered in the night and a gold watch and chain and gold bracelet stolen. No clue to the property was .found till Wednesday last, when the property was left in Mr. P's buggy in his stable, in an envelope, bear ing the words, Forgive me." An aged lady, member of the) Tyring. bam (Mass ) family of Shakers, one day recently, look from her closet fome articles of dress, telling some of the 'sisters' present that they were the clothes she wished to be buried in. A few minutes afterward she went to bed, where she died almost immediately. An editor wrote an article on the fair sex, in the course of which he said: " Girls of seventeen or eigh een are fond of beaux." When the paper was issued he was rather shocked to discover that an unfortunate typographical error had made him say, " Girls of seventeen or eighteen are fond of leant .'" , The following conversation occurred between a graceless boy and his teacher : " What does your father do when he sits down at the table ?" " He asks for the brandy bottle." I don't mean that. Well, then, what does your mother do when you sit down at the table ? " ' She says she will wring our necks if we spill any grease on the floor." Queen Victoria has nearly ready a volume of her own writing ; the staple of which will be an account of several jour neys made by herself anJ her husband in SrotUnd. It is said to contain many pleasant references to her Iravelintr com panions and servants,the too famous Brown figuring among the number. The authorities of Munich for some years past have required that in all cases of children dying in their first year, the pa rents should declare whether or no the infant had been suckled by the mother. A statistical table of the last two years shows that out of one hundred deceased, eighty- eight wen not so brought up. A Wonder for the Workshop Kvery Mechanic should have ready at hand a box of Grace's Celebrated Salve, 18 it is a rt-aiv remcrlv Inr aiilunra mch as cuts, bruises, contused wounds, ourns, scam?, poisonea skin, and eruptions, rauseu oy operations in the factory, dve house, or printing office. Only 25 cents a uox. Alexander the Great. Alexander conquered the world, and then wept for the want of another to subdue. But James ryle has conquered the world of spurious Saleratus makers, and is reaping a rich harvest from its immense sales, and is very far from crying about it. Pyle's saleratus is the people's friend. 16 ounces to the pound. , " Shine out little fcea4. toaning orer wilt, carta. To Ue Oowere, and be tbeir ana There is noth inir mora ni p. n0:nn l t beautiful in the natural adornments of the human lorm tban a fine bead of hair. Without it the most ointelv rioititaa ... almost repulsive, and th positively ugly. Grey hairs, although ac counted an honor to the old, have never been so considered with re.' pec t to ibe middle aged and the yoong. Too often it is looked unon au a result f a;.: : yet many of the latter are innocently afflicted by these misionone, which ihey could easily remedy by a use of the proper means. - Barrett's Vegetable Hair Re itorative," one of the finest articles for "rei use wiu enectually prevent and cure aldnew, grey hair and almost all diseases jf Ihe scalp. None should be without it I The Mason it Hamlin Cabinet Or gan, after many improvement! and modi fication, has now reached that degree of perfection in construction, and that moder ateness of cost that Wring it within the reach of many who could not afford the expense of a good piano. No musical family in prosperous circumstances, should fail to possess on a of iht-se beautiful in striirarntr', which will provu at once an ornninent to the room, a means of educa tion to the youni people, and an unfailing und inexpensive re-ource in social and solitaty hours. Bolo Evtning Voice. A gentleman of great medical knowl edge sys that a more geniul, whoktoome and effectual tonic and appetizer than Drake's Celebrated Plantation Bitters was never discovered. He recommends it for Dyspepsia, for Liver Complaint, for Ex haustion, Weakness, for a want af appe tite, and fir Mental Depression. It is an agreeable stimulant, and is equally adapted to young and old. Pcr.-ons of sedentary habit like clergymen, lawyers, merchants, and delicate females are particularly bene fitted by its use. 38-3'j Magnolia Water. A delightful toil et article superior t Cologne, and at half the price. 28-27 ly CANCER, SCROFULA, Ac', CURED.. try Peraona afflicted with Cancer, Scrofula, Tumor. Bruptione, e., an earn bji the uaa of Or. UltakNa S ELBCT1 0-I1KDICAT1D BATUS ard ladiaa Vi ftetabla mnedlee which eleanaa the Mood of ail II u mora, Memirr, lav), ate., aod leetore health to lo valida afflicted wilh every variety af dt-aaaa. 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Keaee'a Paia Killlng Magie Oil earea Toolhaehal Renne'a Pain KI Hng Magw Oil euro Neuralgia ! Ueane'e Pais Killing Magi Oil earea Cholera Horbn ! Kenoe'a Paiu-Killlcg Magic Oil cure Hbeumatiam ! Kenne'a Pain Killing Magic II eurea Umeae '. Keane' Pain-KUng Magie Oil eurea Ska blaeaaee ! Some folk, aaeaa to be proud of tailing how " hune their abouldera are" of " Bi crick in the hack" I have got the Sctetiea" and delight In kragiring that ' nothing can cure me' " but when we get each - ewfnl folk" to nee Reeme'e Palw killiwaj Magic OH, kith fully .we. not only cure tbeir temeneaa and obana away their pain,' but we actually take all that kind of " brag oat of them !" nod tbey frankly own up.aad Bay, "II mirk, lie a ebara '. Sold bv all Draggiete, Merchant, and Oroeera. WM. HEN.Nli.gole Proprietor and Manufacturer, a . , PrmrinD, Mae. Hold in Bellow Palla. Wholeeala. by johnaoa h Babbitt, Retail, by O I. Wooda: Kocklnghaia, 1. B. IHvoU ; Sax eon Hirer BubKUekt k float. U-ii JR. WOODS' DYSENTERY CORDIAL! Tie very fca Mdi-lM ever niaet aa fer Caere er all Bowel Complaint, Pain in the Stomach and Row la, Urampe, Spanna, Dyaentery, Diarrhea, Colic, Cholera Morbaa. And no family would be without a bottle in the hoeua after once trying it, on alngle doe ia generally auSkaut. Bold In Saitnua Hirer, by A. WILLIAMS k CO. Cembridgeport, D w CUI1I!0. Walpole, MARTIN fe DAVIS, Weetmlnater, u 0. CHASR. Bratllebom, I. N. TIKIKW. Bartonarille, O W. rLKTCHKR Cheater, Ma, ft ADLKY. Paper Mill, - Ma VILAS, . koektngbaaa, DIVOLL A PROCTOR. try All order will be (Tied br O. t. WOODS. Bauowi riu, July 18th, 1867. t J. W. F. BLANCIIARD, PHOTOGRAPHER, BELLOWS FALLS, VT. PICTURES MADE IN EVERY KNOWN STYLE. Parlualar mtttnliom paid la eecetar ptetvra odeceaaeat persona. ricrcaa hauks in kvirt varirtt kept CONSTANTLY OR SAND. Mr. B haa alaa a very One collection of Stemwropie , ' ' rvu- i luferee, in ana aoout liei- - --. -e.u ur iH.itev we uuenuon Of tno public a Hides & Baric! HOOD HIDES k BARK WANTED. The higher! prlra paid for Hide and Bark, at the Bel- " - - rw. i.nurrj. DJ BaXLowa fAU. May 15. 1867. PKKKY . KLLIS. DO AT HYDE'S May be found the best assortment of CROCKERY. la Town. ALSO SPICES, TEAS, SUGARS- WOODRl WARC: TUBS, , BROOMS, M )P HANDLE P ARMING TOOLS : PAILS, PITCH IORR8 MANURg TORUS, HOR3, RAKES Ad d aiuioet anything anally fcuad 1 Oraeerr Store TO FARMERS! THE THOROUGH-BRED ALDERXEY BULL. 17IIX hm bent th r , ,.u t In car of W. K, Kimball. Hi. atock prove to be oi Utaw Wmrm illialt hlaait Tl - - 1 1 a - FKSBLOX ARNOLD,) D. A. WRIOHT, ( Director. W. K KIMBALL, j Waarmmtu. May 28. 1S67. ' Croup! Croup r DR. HOOKER'S COUGH AND CROCP STBCP Cama Croup, Cough rroaa CaidB, Heareauuiw, Catarrhal Cough, Ooagh free. Baamn aad Braacalal Cowghe, aad give apeedy retlef In Whooping Ougha. and AVaaaa, lil'.""""" " invariably atiortan tb raa ef tbe former. p- Childrea an Habl a b atraHtrd with Croap wWt aat a aMameat a wanrtag, ft I. ttMCetore. Importnat that eery family aboald bare eoaKeutly at band aoaw ehapln aad pleaaant, vet efacwioaa remedy for tbe can of Una auauiBrfcoaooalaJdBaee. Sack a remolj te DR. BOOKKR1 OOCOB ANff CROUP BTRCP. Por aale by all frorrfata. & D. LKKT. Proprietor. SprtagSeld . alaa. .""Be larea k Ob., ll Park Roar, . T . will alaa eap Py tbe Tiwtea, IM PrW. Uew ly tor.ad.llg-jifu ananuuuumt W .. D-raeaa, al,Zrl','K i w brad, throat aTToSk aaaadl due. uotii .. Tot U On:.? Heatlaehe Couctu l1f.th.ailKU, oiroroTv, r",rt C "'I M B-ih and HrT? ' ''C burning h.1 In Cater . u " affittU that it po.Lt rely CUHKS WtTZ,,'t,!kl'lt A a Taoctu P.wara, h wu. ' "allowed, in ."a and Vocal Organaa DKLim.m. lC veee .km, .... " "WAT CM nwioaiiu waiunr, UXi Try!.! cafe, U.iUba, . , Drgi,Uti, or mallml fa, 4rt rrvnpKit wiiai.u v . WloUanta AfiBVT 1 Oaa. fl n , . Bro. fc Biro, Beaton j 3. t. Uenry &.-? -V DR. S. S. FITCirg U D i If 1 Tf r - AT it. 1U l A. 1 niYSlCllV, Seveuty-aW pagae; nrtreSS aentl a,.,,. ' NO UODV fMiiitrantl e,..U al L. .L r'wV.lli.. fully, approved. It 1. a p.rt .m?J5. JS. Dr. Filch will be al the I.l.n',1 II k Weday, Jan. Ud, and X, feSJ J)R. WEST'S KOTAXIcl THE BLST JIK1UG1KK IN THE . Foe Cold. Cough. Sere Throat. tW K tumptlon. Snreneaa of Lunge, Wbolii' (a. and ail Dtecun. of like nal.r wC'W baa been teated, It baa met with nja.krf tliiiely uee mai.y of the di.M tJT".! ed eoogh, which, breaba tbent It tK.VH'" ., .... . 1.. 1.-. ... .... . r" netithkT Aall an .aLaeaaa t- lit. aana.J a. Vvjv, -"" - ... ueor the R, , Price W oaota Prepared only T a g?5 . 1 Maae. IIKO. t!. GOOtnVIN en JLl!ll fc ton. Sold bv drnmrint. everv.k... ' " 'Mat . : . yiLCox a pinny sewisq machixt Warranted- the beat ia Market br F.cil, , a., b . I - - 1a.m. . i .let. A,,.. hi eatung sa or addreaaina. L 1. ..'.TT"". jb "wiia, Ktctita Dr. Kcaraeh DyanenaU. Tartuns, carau-An tnnt. Symteaie of Dyapepela A Banna of fnllae. w and weight la II.. alomach, together will, bti,2 Ity, eour, oflcoeive belching of wind, warn UukZ, Itlng, anil a great dral of what a peraoa rata - ' feeling et the pit of tba atomaeh, iv,u..,.. I? a palpitation of the heart, which phjrifwiii'" heart dtoaae. and when the atuauieh M ia tka iZ I coaled with a aaueueof athae. The ruuk llZI ik. k . . . "Ben. . h. iinai wi woei we e lk i what th.we out the gaatrie juice, and wbea l2l I gel a thick ooat of alhne on it, it prevent, ibZ juloe from flowing, and dlgeetioa eeeaea. MmZ weed tonic diaeoi,ea thi mocme oa a in, an iwntt atomaeh to-tl notweai oondieLna. Vheark e Mandrake I'tll. are aim retiairel . I hi. uvrl.Lrf VU.1. ,i""lT - ...... w, . m mM o; Hon are cauaad float Oil. dneaaed ma J tk.Z' the Mver becoming torpid, k eaaara to throe tain,, la a abort time the whole eyatem ia deraarei. man nienibranc of the bronchial tube a,mplHai at. .T. .... L .7:., r , p ""iitu w.vwnwi w rutiuooary vrtnpuiaBtaa. nek Potman ic Syrup cannot eat freth thnta. whea lb aieuu ia in this Ic kcd-orm,!... out the aid of the Sea Weed Tonie and Maainai & The Liver haa all the venraua b!oud to ttnua. aaa .- sta m m NM.wofliuaei dioou ana Bin m tat the ay Mean mined, nod tbewheie boh Inn.. and the blood ao thick It can hardly raa unoa rein. In a maiorlty of can beKoraarrt wa:trm thick eoaditrt of It blood. Sh MaodnnKanit the Liver ainiitar a eaiomei, or ttey de elat ej. it anloek the rail Uaddera. Uru the Ukaia begin to circulate naturally through tbe eaa.aiv ncau.rragea ceaaca. IV wnea peraoaa anat.KMa netnormge, tney wouia nren tone a good potrMn.e thing Utat would act oa ttia Uvrr, tbey eoakl mak. lieved from bleeding from the Lunr. and k a ae way. Sir aatringewu are only eenipurarv. and imaa bronchia! tube, and lay Ihe groundwork for CoeMaa DeV St-IIKNVK will be pmfceetonally al baia week. IS Bond Ktreet, hew Irk. aad X Haaonria Boafoa, from SAM natil t P. U. Re tinf Mivia but fur a I oroof h iamrnatioa with tba Eaanar the charge ia Bo. Ula nmllcine an lor Bale by all drapratt aad ear Alan a full eupply al all tlatoa at hw rvoua. Price of tbe Pulmonic Srrun and fanl Tnek c- 1 Jhti per bottle. 8iV the all doara. NanlnaiKi '& cent per bo. (IKO e. WX.DW1N ft CO ,38 Hanover Stmt. Ice tar Boston, for aal by all dragga. 463.-1. ROYAL HAVANA L0TTERT OF CUBA. DRAW! ONCI IS kVISTglv DAY8. OvnPaiaaor - - - - - rwv " ..... r - a. e. mu ......lUJ Ac-, A a. Priori paid la Getd. Prlaaa eaabed tat o atloa given by OEORGima 17-aS-Iy CS If . Mala Street, Providrm 11 Tarmrr'a Tld ll.alaarril ar f alrff Ncarnlgla Pill la a aaH.erruua and qavduai Keaialgiaand all Nrrvou Diaeaae ,llem", are completely and permaneotlv enreditt a vert aWa Neuralgia In the face or bead la uttarlv beaMMa ' boo re. Ka Inrra of Nervou diaeaae witbataoei i'nf infloenea It haa the nneenalted eonrovalof nr went phirtrl.ua It contain nothh.j lnjarw"' moat drlkaee ayatem. Sold wvery where. of BlOilhnd twapoa-age atampe. TLRSIJta-! itwuu. , Boeron. Ka., rroprlator. Boaton.July 4, 1867. JSE CURTIS DAVIS' CELEBEAIT AMERICAN PEERLESS SOAP. TUB BEST FAMILY SOAP IM TH ITOUJ' Thla Soap ia atrlctlypura In every partlmtar. Hff tain the exact proportion of Roein to make It eat" eaa. It will not rat or injure the mbrle raabed v9 tne allgntaat oegree. It a pcrlectlr free from all w Iniurloua. or offenaive matter ao common In mi a Maipa. It will not mnka the hand aore and chap ai of a healing nature. It make a qoick and beaaiiM or. and le n aplendid Soap for waahaig the hand, na) all bathing purpoeea. only leal not pettumea It will make e good Shavtog iwap na can ee pr- waah in aoft and medium hard "; aattatactton of ail, M can na aaeu ia mj water, with tbe vary be t reeulla. If a liberal aal eoda la Oral dleeived and added to tor " acrompliah all the eay. Soap eaa or ahould Vrr-' It la Juat the Seep ft all eooaumera to but, JJ mnee all tbe eeeautlal nrnnernre ' s waehing the hand and Sw. not only of U ""'' whatever calling, but of all othera, re null" , . . Mtan, verv ei Bi n regnmuwu.or oi The soap ia warranlel In every particolar tured by Onrtia Davia, boa ton. Ilrh I Itch I Itch I Scratch I Scratch : In from 10 la 48 hour. Whentan V Otntroent Wheatoa'a Olntmeat Wheaton'a Ointment Wbeaton'a Ointment Wheaeon'e tiinlment Wheatoa'l Okatment IV le. faltaarl be. MM enre cure cure ttartaff'BA Oid Sorav, avert"' of Humor Ok nag: ... ii men w anu a nog ; ny man no cenie. " , A POTTKR, No. 170 Wa.hmgtonStrert.So' ror sale by all Dniggiat. astlt Baatoa. Aug 2S, 18S7. PERUVIAN SYRUP. . , .... ... .,.. j irea, tr" a praieeveu eorutma or tne rw -j-ad the blood wttfe It Lift Element, Iron, (( nana and lift to th whole ryatem. Brnep-' u ta toouaanaa wao an annenna -m , . bat teat ibt" oitity, reun r eaaneeacv, v , " WntoeT ef the PII1UVIAN SVRUP, the rflect oi.W fetek themmlvea but would pleaaeaU tnetr- tnateadT of feeling eroea, all gone " ana would be eheerful. vigorooe and active. ...rtlll A DISTI.IOCIS UKD JURIST WK1TSS TO A I"" FOLLOWS r . e . .nithere"a,,L mntain your predictian. It haa "M'Jtl - a nava tneu tne ruttj, -- 7 u, m mrueeu into myayeicm ' voa aw" ' longer tremuK.ua and oVmlitatcd. wbea me, but atronger, heat tier, and with JZm" labor, mental ana pnyejcai, ana ' lut Ave .Mr, Ibytlie",'JuJ from weak, fnckly. euflering creatnrra. re TnAaaande hare been -hangeu ny '" . . hi. and happy mea and women ; and mvaie ably heaitate to give it a trial. h tt fW The genai no be Penn a Syrup " n" - na-ao vj "'- Sold by all Druggl-t. Graca'Cclchrmwle; Aamatmr. Ma-a. JZ j0. w n... a Having beea anW", I ly fcr revered weeke with a aevere ab 'et nnaJ ILd amal nnv-li- for It rl'" "$ , aor relief, aatil I applad voar re've. aafM" rti,y ., .bre- an f;,,. re PJ- I certify eehe trwtbful f SrEHW.rOiVI R ft MS.Raaw' .Id by all breyVta. at & ceaM a e poi TASII I POTASH ! mfukrd rVtaabbr v-ed Pvt-h for mk by Cl by giving it proper age. It etnU a plraianl ear. being uaed. and leavea the clothe aweet and raw material of which it la com pored ia atrictty I very beat quality. It will remove Oreaw. VV I Stalna, Ac. to., from nny material a I Ilea Soan. however hiehlv recommended. . I It al l