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BELLOWS FALLS, ROT. 93, 1807.
MiNMEtovA. -Later retvraa from Min csoU render it probable that impartial suffrage bat been lust by Hindi majority, udtarriel u we lUatotl last week. Soctiikkn Elections T4ie election returm from Florida and Mississippi, are favorable and straw -that a convention to reconstruct under (be law of Congress baa teen carried by kandome minority over the stay-at-home rebels. It is also' com ing to light that a larger nuniberof whites "have Toted in the late elections in the Southern States tbn bus be. n reported, the Tobek keeping batik this -fact for fear of its effect. It is vow said that in the late elections in Georgia, '25,000 whites voted. Settlement "We are .nformtd that llie railroad troubles in Dennlngton coun ty aro now iu a fair way f settlement. Mr. Tark is release and return to the Trey nd Boston railroad tfee property seized by Lira, and the "suits at bay on 'both sides are to be discontinued, and no proceedings are to3e renewed by either side, T. W. Park Is to reoeive 950,000 le 'be paid to liim by 'the Troy & Boston railroad. Park agrees to withdraw oppo sition and te allow the Burdens to build a railroad From their two ore-beds so as to connect with tbk reaJ. The Troy and Bennington railroad 1m immediately re opened and cars te ran over it as former ly. Now if pie late beligorent parties would dny VJ the expense they have made .lbs State, it would be complete. Boston Jouenal. Our readers wi'.I Ofind in another column the prospectus of the Boston Journal for 1368. This is the best feasuiess and political newspaper in New England, and for the onfuing year a most interesting fi-a'uro in its columns will be the letters of " Carleten," who is .going to make a tour around tbe world. 2d. 217 124 124 117 8 3d. 214 123 130 81 18 12 Negeo iBole. The democrats in this -ssction of 'the country have a -great deal to say about " negro supremacy" and "ne gro domination:" Perhaps fiiey do not know that ia Utn stnost of the Southern State, -the white -voters, although in the majority, deliberately stay away from tbe rpollf i and thus abandon the eleotiotis to tbe ' -colored wctersj-whe -f course wiB neither copy m bad example, nor reject any good opportunity thrown in their wajr. Thus at was that the white voters of Virginia renounced ilieir -"supremacy'" to that State. On thie'point even Boutltera men themselves are more candid than the dem ocratic leaders of trre.Nortli. Tbe follow ing sensible remarksudf the Atlanta (Ga.) Kewra afibrds animstance of this: . If thia'Govgrninent Onitrd fjtates or State -ever becomes any -other than n white man's government, The Haute will rest on none other than tbe white race, it can rest nowhere else s and ls white people of the osun'rjr, and they alone, will be veepotisible for it. Reconstruction is progressing all have an opportunity of participating in tbe workif any decline, no -matter from what cause, it is their own ifuult, and if the whites, competent to do o, refuse to vole, and thereby lose control of the Government, tbey must take tbe -consequences. With all the Advantages that tbe withes (have in respect to numbers, intelligence, wealth, peskion and influence, it would seem tbat they desorve " negro rule" if tbey cannot or will notope with Aheir late slaves in 4he political arena." The New Era adds- 2f the South bad taken .or .even new will take (held of tbe (Reconstruction plan, and oo-ojecate with Congress in restoring the 'new excluded etates ' 4o "the Union, tbey will tie re-ad-mUtefl 1n lime to tdka an ncfive part in the next Presidential .election, and we doubt not the disabilitiesmow Imposed. oa a large number tif her citizens would soon' be re moved from most of fliem, and ultimately "from all ' " ; v "a-ri The Legislature. We britfly announced the election in joint assembly of the trustees of the Ver mont Agricultural College last week. Fur third trustee there was thiee ballots. Mr. Miner of Manchester nominated W. II. Johnson of this town, Senator Dewey of Montpehur nominated Hon. Paul Dilling ham, and on the second ballot Mr. Mead of Randolph nominated lion. C. W. Wil lard of Montpelier. The balloting? were as follows : 1st Whole number of votes, 230 Necessary for a choice, 1 1 6 William H. Johnson, 112 Paul Dillingham, , 114 C. W. Willard, Scattering, 4 For Railroad Commissioner, William Rounds of Chester was elected by the following vote : ( Whole number of votes, 245 Necessary for a choice, 123 William Rounds had 173 Burnham Mariin had 54 Edwin F. Perkins had . 17 Scattering, 1 On Friday the Ilouse committee on elections reported that Barron Hay was not duly elected representative from Brad ford, and therefore not entitled to a seat. Saturday, Nov. 16. UtUt read Uurd time 11 Z'JU to en courage manufacture (allowing towns, by vote of the town, to exempt new manu facturing establishments in such towns from taxation for the term of five years from the time of their establishment) Debated by Messrs. Johnson of Rock ingham, Miner of Manchester, Park of Bennington, Ball of SpringfielJ, Ferrin of Montpelier, Wheeler of Jamaica, An drews of Berlin, Ross of St. Johnsbury and Ilerrick of Brattleboro. On the demand for the previous ques- tion by Ms. Smith of Ferrisburgh, and for a call of tbe yeas and nays by Mr. Cleve land of BrookflelJ, the bill was passed, ayes 128 nays V. , Resolution By Mr. Cleveland Biookfield, tbat the committee on the judi ciary be directed to inquire into the ex pediency of further legislation to secure a more constant attendance of the members ot this House. Pending the question on ti e adoption of the resolution, on motion of Mr. Con verse of Woodstock, adj. : On Monday Mr. Rodiman of Bridge water submitted a minority report in fa vor of Barron Hay's right to a seat from Bradford, and both reports were, laid on the table. The bill to pay J. S. Adams $1000 ex tra for his services as Secretary of the Board of Education has been defeated. Horrible Murder. of " BA.Li.oif a ' Month lt 'Hag Aim k. This very popular magazine presents nn attractive table of .contents for December. Amethyst Wayne's ebarmVag ttry, Tbe Derwervt Eyes and Hair," is conpteted ; " Mrs. Edson's exciting serial, " Tbe Lady 'of Linden wold," is intensely interesting, while " Paul's Romance,'" by Miss Hale, .and "lfy Darling," a poem, by James Franklin Fitta, are among the choicest of magazine reading.. Tbe illustrations are also remarkably goed, making Has one of tbe best ouUbezs f Ballon ever issued. Tbe publishers offer uausual attractions for j tbe oaming year. With tbe January num ' ber tbe Magazine will be enlarged to one ' hundred pages, and several new and at tractive features introduced. It is only $1,50 per year, or 13 cents a number. j Clubs receive it for $1,25. Tbe proprie ters have good cause for calling it " the ' chosa ttt n3ioe m tbe world." Pub listed by Elliot, Thomas & Talbot, Bos ton, Mass. ' Grrat National Coriositt. The Senlinel, published at Jacksonville, Ore gon, of the 12th ult., says : Several of our citizens returned last week from a visit to the Great Sunken Lake, situated in tbe Cascade .'Mountains," about seventy-five miles northeast from Jacksonville. This lake rivals the famous valley of Sinbad the sailor. It is thonght to average 2,000 feet down to tbe water all round ; the walls, almost perpendicular, running down into tbe water, and leaving no beach. The depth of the water is unknown, and its surface is smooth and unruffled, as it lies so far below tbe surface of tbe mountain that the air currents do not affect it. Its length is estimated at twelve miles, and its breadth of ten. No living man ever has, nor probably ever will be able to reach the water's edge. It lies silent, still and mysterious in the bosom of the " ever lasting bills" like a huge well, scooped out by the hands of the giant genii of tbe mountains, in unknown ages gone by, and around it the primeval forests watch and ward are keeping. . The visiting par ty fired a rifle several times . into tbe water, at an angle of forty-five degrees, and were able to note several seconds of time from the report of tbe gun until the ball struck the water. Such seems incred ible but is vouched for by some of our most reliable citizens. Tbe lake is cer tainly a most remarkable curiosity." , Tub Illustrated Annual of Pbrb- NOLOOY AND PHYSIOGNOMY FOti 18C8 now ready contains a rich collection of original ; ai d timely articles, among which are tbe . Marriage of Cousins, and the effects ; Advancement of Phre nology ; Circassia, and tbe Circassians ; Jealousy Its Cause and Cure; George Peabody ; Senator Wilson ; D'Israeli ! Peter . Cartwright ; Victor Hugo; Miss Braddon ; How to become a Phrenologist ; Monsieur Tonson, with 12 Illustrations; Mind Limited by Matter ; Two Paths of Womanhood, Illustrated ; Bismarck ; To Phrenological Students ; Phrenology and its Uses. Tbe whole profusely illustrat i d ; pp 84. Price 25 cents. - Address, S. R. Wells, 389 Broadway, Office Phre nological Journal, New York. A most shocking murder occurred near Worcester, Mass., on Friday jifiernoon of last week. The victim was Mis. Lauia Sliepaid, a woman not yet seventeen years old, and the criminal, James E. Shepard, her own husband. In consequence of bis harsh, brutal treatment of her, she left lim, a few days ngo, at Lawrence, where they have been living together, and enmo home to the house of her father, Alexan der Weston, who resides in the village of New Worcester, within the Worcester city limits, but a few miles west of the city proper. To Ibis village ber husband fol lowed her, arriving there yesterday morn ing. He easily learned tho fuct that his wife was not at her father's, but had gone to nurse a neighbor, Mrs. Curtin, who bad been recently confined. So he went to Mrs. Curtis' bous, wliera he found Mrs. Shepard. The two then had a pretty rough conversation, Shepard swearing loudly and roundly at his wife for leaving hnn, and threatening to " post hor " or do something worse. He went away, evi dently much incensed, and walked to the city of Worcester. On his way be met a leam-ter whom he knew and whom he told that he was goir. to Worcester to get a pistol to shoot his wife with. This wa, in fact, bis intention, though the teamster supposed at the story was merely one of Shepard' rough joke?. . Shepard obtained a pistol a small sin gle shooter and returned to New Wor cester, where he arrived about 2 P. M. Mr. Curtis was outside and and near his house, and going np to bim, Shepard asked if Laura (his wife) was in there. Curtis replied affirmatively, when Shepard said coolly, " I want to see her ; come in with me." Curtis, not suspecting any foul play, was in no haste to follow him, but when he did 0 in, which was only a moment later, he found Shepard holding Mrs. S. by ber hair and pointing a pistol at her head, while the terrified woman screamed for help. Curtis instantly seized Shepard, causing bim to desist temporal ily from his purpose, while Mrs. Shepard rushed for safety Into the adjoining bed room, where Mrs. Curtis lay sick. Shepard, iii his rage, determined not to be foiled, burst op en the door after her, quickly entered, aid closed and held it, so that Mr. Curtis could not go in. The latter bad by this time become thoroughly frightened, and instead of bursting open the door at all hazards, he ran out of the bouse and around to the back side, intending to get in at the bedroom window. But ho was too late. The frantic appeals of the two women availed nothing. Mrs. Curtis be. sought Shepard to spare her, if not his wife, and Shepard replied that not a hair of her head, alluding to Mrs. Curtis, should be hurt ; but for his wife he had no pity, Despite her tears and entreaties he dp lib erately fired a shot at ber. It harmed ber nut, anti Sliepard, Willi horrible cnnlnau and determination, loaded his pistol again and again fired. The first shot had lodged in tbe bureau ; the second entered the wall, and still his wife was unharmed. Mad almost to frenzy because his thirst for blood had not been sated, Shepard loaded his pistol a third time, and placing the weapon within a few inches of his wife's head, fired again. His demoniacal work was done ; the ball entered her right tem pie ; her screams and cries for mercy ceased, and after staggering a fow steps, she fell lifeless upon the floor. The deliberate determination of the murderer was scarcely more horrible than his unconcerned and inhuman conduct af terwards. He lefi the house immediately, after committing his awful crime, and meeting an elderly man with whom he was acquainted, told him what he bad done, and said he would kill any man who at tempted to arrest him. :! He then went to his. sister's, and told her the same ttory but she, although almost overcome with horror, induced bim, after much persua sion, to give up bis pistol to her. Shepard also boasted of bis crime ia one or two stores, but added with so much vengeance that he would surely kill any man who touched bim, so that nobody, not even an officer who had an cppoitunity, dared to arrest him. All accounts agree that he was not at this time under the influence of liquor. He shortly aficr disappeared, and the news reaching the ears of office rs who had pluck et:ough not to be frightened by hisjfloody threats, a pursuit was underta km. He was tracked tliroujli by-roads to Clnppville, about five miles distant, but thera all trace of him was lost. It is im possible, however, that he can long elude arrest. , , .., .. Shepard is a dark-complexioned fellow, sparely built, five feet and seven or eight inches tall, and weighs 145 pounds, lie wore, when the crime was committed, snuff-colored pants, coat and vest, a long sevoial week', ii ltiiig loose finally through he dUouvery that his marringe wat illegal. The second had little more binding effect, because the consent of Laura's parents ad not been obtained, nnd Shepard after great deal of solicitation secured the Krecmunt ot herself nnd her parents to a second and legal mnrriago ith her (Ids drd marriage) which event was duly consummated. But they never lived hup- ily together, and after removing to Law rence, where alieparu obtained employ ment in a mill, l.e was again arrested, this me on the charge of adultery, though he gain managed D slip out of the meshes of the law. Lotily Shepard has treated his wife muro roughly and unreasonably than ever, and she was compelled to leave iin ns already narrated. This was the second or third time he has obliged her to dipt this course. Laura was a small, plump, good-looking and wt 11-behavtd girl, and her shocking and untimely death has caused not only sorrow but intense excite ment in Worcester and vicinity. A JOKB AT A DEMOCRATIC Cl'.LF.llRA- tion. A few evenings since while the democrats of Ilopkinton, N. II., were re joicing over the election returns with mu sic and a procession, a " festive" vounc Republican got into the Congregational Church ad tolled the bell about ten min utes, when some excited Democrats found tneir way into tnu building and the young man scampered out through a window and eluded the search of his pursuers. The incident had a dampening effect on tbe ex ercises of the evening. . Mosby. A recent Virginia letter de scribes the famous robber Modby, who was the especial foe of our Vermont cav ab ymen, as now dressed in careless, easy, Virginia style, with white slouch bat, a dust-siained, bob-tail coat, milk-and-ino- lasses colored pantaloons and vest (the latter without two or three buttons) a bad ly adjusted front tooth, a figure of medium size, cloe-shaven, sunburnt, youthful face, slouched shoulders, quie', taciturn, and un demonstrative in manner." Death op Prof. Worthington Hooker ov Yale. Professor Hocker, who has. held an eminent position among the medical men of America, died at his residence in New Haven, Connecticut, on the 6th instant. He was born in Spring field, oiass., and at the time of his death was over sixty-tWQ years old. He gradu ated at Yale in 1825. The St. Thomas Calamity. A lottor from Cnpt. Joseph M. Vaugh of Portland, giving a general account t tho late fearful calamity tit St. Thomas i published in the Precs. The following nn extract: u A fortnight ago, right in the midst i j he heaviest nnd most anxious ol my work, had an uttnek of fever that laid me om my back, and I was for some days ver' sick. ' I was obliged to leave my quartet . on board the vessel, and took a resideno in a very pleasant and hilly spot on th f sland. See how God's mercy was show to us in a striking manner! One weel. from the date of my coming on shore i fearful hurricane desolated tho islnnd ; ul terly destroyed 47 ships sunk, ashore o ' capsized, and drowni-d over 500 persons' Our house wiu unroofed, we were wet. and all the furniture destroyed ; no one in our house was injured, though the chim neys, walls, forces and trees were actually flying through the air. This dreadfu1 hurricane gave no warning whatever, bu'. commenced blowing from the northwes with the utmost fury nnd continued for two hours. During this time the distressin spectacle of seven vessels capsized in a'. instant by whirlwinds, was within my own sight, . Nearly every soul of the crew i remaining were clinging to the bottoms o.t to tho spars of the sunken ships. A death . like calm followed, and prevailed for hal ) an hour during which time several vessel put out boats to save lives. The pilot dc1 partmcnt put out two beautiful cutte' J through a frightful sea, and had alread t raved many lives, and the Spanish man of-war had all her boats out with fort.j men and officer when the wind ehifted i an instant to southeast, in such a rush an j blinding storm, that all these unfortunat i people were swept away at once into eter mty. All the ships were sunk, and ever wharf and building on the water's edg destroyed, the trees torn up by tbe root j and the suburban residences on tbe hill j blown into a million tiny fragments, an j scattered for miles over the hill-sidef! Such a dreadful sense of ruin no man liv j ing, I think has ever beheld. This hap j pened on the 20th, and all day yesterda hundreds of corpses were being taken froi . the lower harbor." hard, woody and tough, in its fresh state is very nutritious, and makes excellent pud dingo, pies and cakes. The demand fur them by housekeepers is increasing every year. Tho milk is sweet and nourishing. An engagement ring given in Brook lyn, New York, is thus described: 14 It is made of solid pluin gold, in which is set siuglo diamond, of remaikable brilliancy and great vuluo. The setting is entirely new in design, and the engraving on the iusidu beautifully executed. The wording of the insc. iption is novel and beautiful, being as follows :" From to October 20, 18C7. Each for tho other nnd both for God." Mrs. II. B. Stowe's home in Florida, is at tho Mandarin, on the St. John's river about fifteen miles south of Jacksonville, and comprises a good dwelling house and four bundled acres of land, with half a mile of river front, and a sweet orange grove of one hundred bearing trees, with annual production of sixty thousand or anges also numerous young trees. The annual crop of oranges is worth $1800, and the price paid for the place is $10,000, or twenty-five dollars an acre. 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Art mut supply this nnulect ofien, which she does in " Bar rett's Vegetable Hair Restorative," pro nounce.! or an wno nave used it tne only reliable Hair restorer and dressing in the market. Tub Latb Pkesi dent Lincoln's Es tate Hon. David Davis, administrator of the late Abraham Lincoln, made a final settlement of the estate at Springfield last Thursday. After paying all the debts, there remained 8110,294 C2, which, divided among the widow and heirs, gives 836,76o 30 to Mrs. Lincoln and the same amount to each son. Robert T. Lincoln bus -received bis share, and ulso that of the minor heir Thomas (" Tad.") The amount due Mrs. Lincoln, less about $4000 heretofore drawn, is subject to her order. A Valuable Girr to tbc State. lire. P. L. BoUnsoo, of Bennington, has - presented to the State a portrait of Gov. eroor Isaac Ticbenor, copied from tbe original by berserf. She has performed the work in leisure boors from a love of art, for she is not a professional artist, and " paints only for her own amusement. Ex- (iovernor Hiland Hall, who was a towra naa and long familiar with Governor - Ticbenor, certifies to its being a correct likeness. It will be placed io tbe Exccu . tiuiiubcr. J Tus Ladt's Fkienb Fob Decem- bkb. Tfcis is a Holiday number and a magnificent one. The Steel Engravirg called "The Happiest Time," is a i beautiful and charming design, and ext ent ed in beautiful style. Tbe steel plalf, "The Immortal Crown," also expre-!y engraved for this magazine, will tout-li a solemn and joyful chord in every bean. Both of these steel engravings aro of the very best quality in every respect. The literary matter i as choice as Uiual. Great inducements in the way of premium, &c., ae promised to new subscribers, and our readers should -send for a sample copy, containing all these liberal offers. Sample copies will be sent fur fifteen cents. Ad dress Deacon & Peterson, 319 Walnut iStrect, Philadelphia. I Ncal Devaney, 21 years old, was hung at Wilksbarre, Pa., Tuesday for the murder of his wife in July, He confessed his guilt on the scaffold. At Belfast, Maine, potatoes are down to 80 cent-", and but fsw hauled into mar ket. Hay , is now selling at $10 to $17 for pressed, and a dollar or so less for loose. : The Meridan (Conn.) Visitor runs up the names of Gen. Grant and Gov. Bullock of Mass, for President and Vice President.. During a fight between two boys in Providence on Wednesday, ono of them struck the other with steel knuckles so se verely that death ensued in a few hours. A Penmylvania paper suggests that church pews be placed on pivots, so that the occupants may not be obliged to strain their necks every time some one conies into the church. Sylvester Quillon, colored, was hung at Elizabeth, N. J., Thursday, for the murder of George Furman, last summer. The death scene was one of barbarous strangling, and life was not extinct until 16 minutes after the drop fell. . Some one fearing that Gen. Grant might be tempted by" recent events to veer round towards tbe victorious democracy, cautioned bim, and his reply was deeided. "I shall never be a candidate of men who opposed the war." . ' In 1799 a man, his wife and six chil dren removed from Virginia to Ohio, walk ing the whole distance, and the mother carrying an infant in her arms. She was present at a recent pioneer mectin" in Newark, Ohio, bavin? aliamp.l il.n ,.. nf i, . ... , ... i ' O. w. oiaca overcoti, ana a oiue cap. lie is ot j 102 years. rrtnch descent, but a native ot Worces ter, where he is well known. His motions are quick and he is by no means dull or stupid, though he has always been consid ered very rough and inclined to be troub I some. From the first, his matrimonial relations have Iwn unhappy. After serv ing awi ile as a private soldier in the war, he rt tu lied home and married a French woman, who, however, would live with him only a short time. A few months after wards he gained the affections of Laura Weston, then a girl of 15, and, without the consent or knowledge of ber parents, mar ried her. Indeed, tbey knew nothing of tbe marriage till Shepard came to their house one evening, with bis new wife, and demanded the laUer's clothing.; , The same evcuing be was arrested fur bigamy and thrown into prLon, when Le remaiued f A countryman, going to market with a load- of pork, was met by a young girl who made him a low courtesy, when ho exclaimed : What ! do you make a cour tesy to dead hogs? " "No, sir," answered the girl, to a live one.? Last year 205 persons, four a week, were killed in the streets of London by wheeled vehicles. This number includes the fatal cases, tho deaths only; it would be doubled if all the injuries occasioned by wagons, carts and carriages were reck oned. ' - ' . ' A Pennsylvania paper remarks that it is compelled to contradict only one-half "of the Washington dispatches of the pro ceeding day as it omitted half of ihcni t That about tells the story of half tbe news sent from Washington, Charles B. Freeland of NewYorV, clerk in the Internal Revenue Depart ment, committed suicide Sunday evening while laboring under a fit of temporary insanity. " ' , A. T. Stewart is about to erect a 1 , 000,000 building as a home for the working-women of New York, and also intends to devote $5,000,000 to building model tenement houses, the rent of which will be a perpetual building fund for the same ob ject. Mrs Henrietta Conz of New York hn recovered $2500 damages from tbe Hudson River railroad company for the loss of her husband's life, recently. Mrs Conz has nine children. Frederick Hen dencamp also gets $42500 for injuries re ceived on the road. Mr. S. D. Ingham, of Ripley, Ohio, after tormenting his horse to madness with his various prescriptions of horse doctors for the cure of fistula, resorted to coid wa ter, which was poured from a watering pot upon the sore, nnd a complete cure was effected in five weeks from two daily ap plications. Two men died at St. Louis, Mo., Friday evening from clearly defined cases of trichinais, which were satisfactorily proven by microscopic examinations of the muscles of the deceased. One of the men had been treatsd for consumption and the other for typhoid fever. J. M. Morphia, editor of a paper in Texas, on Wednesday called at the War Department, had an interview with Gen eral Grant and said : " General, we want to run you for President, and I want to know what I can say when I return home." General Grant replied : fc Say nothing sir, I want nothing said." Scene on the Street Jubilant Dem ocrat" Did you hear those guns ? I tell you we can afford to burn powdur over such victories as these." Touchy Repub lican" That's so 1 You didn't burn much during the war, and hav'nt burnt much since." Gen. Sherman has summarily stopped assassinations in Utah, by a telegram to Brigham Young, telling him that he wil. be held personally responsible, if any jnore murders occur similar as that of the late Dr. Robertson. Brigham is said to have a sworn band of Thugs and murderers in his secret service. Leonidas Moses, ' a mail carrier in Arkansas, was assassinated reo-ntly by some unknown person, while riding along a lonely road. His body was not found until eight days after the murder, and all this time the mule stood guard over the corpse. The faithful animal had le go a mile and a half for water, but invariably returned and resumed its singular virgil. . In the village of Waverly, N. Y., the other day, stout old republican far mer was a.-ked by a democratic fi iend why he hadn't - gone up Salt river ? " The re ply was to the point thus : It won't pay to make the voyage j I couldn't 1 stay long enough would have to come right back. Besides, the other fellows have Used up all 4 the provisions they've been there so long: and then they have rasda the place so dir ty that I don't want to go ! " Of all the foreign nuts imported into tbe markets, the cocoanut is the moot used. Tbey come principally fram South Amer ican porU. fThe white kernel, although Caction, tub Pahknt ok Safktt. None should purchase any of the poison ous compounds called Saleratus, unless they dei i re decayed tenth, sore throats, and dyspepsia. Pyiu's Saleratus ulone is harmless and wholesome. Sold by grocers everywhere, in pound packages. Thb Poor Man's Fbi end. Doctors' bills are too long fur a poor man's pocket, but many ot them may be avoided by keeping Grace's Celebrated Salve in the cupboard. It is the " precious pot of oint ment." curing burns, cuts, rcalds. bruises, sprains, wounds, chilblains, chapped hands, dec. 01 others, do not neglect to save you husband's bard-earned money, but pur cnase a box ot this salve, only ia cents. Mrs. Partington Insulted. The White Mountains of New Hampshire are evidently a great institution very hicb heavy frosts, beautiful view, four dollar dinners, liut the practical eye of a cer tain renowned Drake saw those smooth. faced rocks, and thereupon adorned and vaneguted the bridle path to the Tip-Top House with his familiar S. T. 1860 X. Plantation Bitters. This raised the ire of the Mrs. Pariingtons composing the Lfe; lsiature ot the Uraoite State, wbo got their wise beads together, outlawed Dr. Drake and made it a penal offence to ply tbe artistic bru.-h on their beloved bills. Verily, the fine are at a discount in Ne .1 , r- . . uarapsuire. vuery. unx Uraxe pay tor mis splendid advertisement ? 46-47 Magnolia Water. A delightful toil et article superior to Cologne, and at bait tbe price. 28-27 ly TYPHOID FEVER. rgUl dhna u no. onqr oaro by Mr. Itodwo BoSoT X and Pills, bus pmontod. If npowd toil, pat on too apoonfulof Kuf into a. tumbior ofwuor. Driuk (hi. before going oat In tho morning. nndMTeral tltnos during: ttuil... - rUb... 1.. I-'- Dill 1 L. jl J 1 ner, uu uao tin goiOr BO oou. If nrlwd with tfe.wr. tnka 4 to of th. Pitta n hour., until copious dischariCBi from th. bowel t.k. also drink tho Uellof dilaud with water, and batho the entire surface of tho body with Relief. Soon a powerful perspiration will take place, and jou will IM a pleasant beat throuirhout tho system. Koto on takln k.li-f brano. dialelr, ever four hours, ale tbe tills. A tan will be sure to Bllow. 1 he Helief ia stranftheoing, etimulaUng, """5. ew quiering i, a sure to oreaa np the rerer, and to neutralise tbe poison. Let this treatment be fol lowed, and thousand will be saved. The same treatment in fever and Ague, leuow rever, Ship Vever, Blliioue Perer. will effect a cure in 2s hours. When tho patient feels tho Itelief irritating or heating tbe skin, a cure is positive- In all cans where pain is sell, the Helief should be used. Un let 60 cents ; Pills Stn cents. Sold by all uruggists. ceo ur- ttaawav'a Aimauec sor low. 47 S USE RENSE'S PAIN KILLING MAGIC OIL- a IT WORKS UKE A CHARM." Every person In this town will And it for thehr proSt as well as for their comfort, if the, sse Henne't Pain-killing eieg"1 .'" wuen may nave neauacne, loocnacne, uniiouuns, Ague In the race and Jaws, Urn, shoulders, Kheumatiam, relation. Bruises, Cramps, Colds, Croups, Sore Throat, or any pains of this na'ure. The ladies will Hod its use a blessing to relievo their peculiar pains. It tr one of tho beet things to nse In the family as a genersl remedy tor any kind of painful disorder, or hurt or bum, ever dis covered, and it la clean and deicKias to nse. use It freely. BOia ny l aruggists, mercnauts ana grooers. WM RKNNB, ; Sola Proprietor and Manufacturer, PITTSKIKLD MASS. Sold In Bellows Falls, Wholesale, by Johnson & Babbitt, Retail, by O. Y Woods;; Rockingham, 1. B. Divoll ; Sax. tuna Hirer Butterfleld St frost. 17-10 O-ly 24 C.-"f.r WeB.,J MOTHER UAILEyW QUIETING SYRUP FOR CHIi Which creatlr assists tbaekiu .. 1 teething, allajs all pain, reduces infaa-.,!! " TK ", SOLD BY DBC0GI8T! P. V. o. Trv bo of POLAND'S Pf.AlNTsra The best Salve in the World. Take no other U having this. ' 1 tat sale by all Druggists and country del . us J. w. rounND, Manubctanr (Set Adwrtitemtnt.) Jackesta'e Catarrh SaaaT aaa Pawetor, a dellg'itful aad pkassant Rowdy Headache, Bad Breath, Hoarseness, Asthma. Cough., Deafness, fce., and all disorders resui OOLBS Iff HBAD, THROAT ASO VOCAL' This Remedy does not " D.I r "a Catarrh In , nvmm uw new irons au onenjuve matter, quhw tng ata steam and ueadacue ; tiun and ad burning heat In Catarrh I at an mild and an. affect, that it positively CURKS WITHOUT As a Taocu. Powou, is pleasant to the laste luseatae i when swallowed, Instantly gives to and Vooal Organs a DBUCIOUS. SENSATION NK33 AND COMPOST. it if mi snrr voir tome m wosj Try It! Safe, Reliable, and only S6 mu. Druggist., or mailed free, address COOPER, WILSON ft CO., Prop'rs, pi WboubUli Aunt: Geo. 0. Qcodwle a. Broa. ft Bird, Boston ; J. t. Unary A Co., vYaf Scboaclt's Maadrake I'll A Cn-ram Cess roa Disuses Ltrst ay Dii.ua sous Isaunus which au eaosu ooarntTion or saat esuia. rpo sire the public a clear understanding ofi A. winch BOHKNUK'S Mandrake Pills pj wonderful effects which are attested by toousJ oie wi mosses, we present a oner DESCRIPTION OF Till BCMAM li and Its functions, which win mske the open! popular medicine perceptible to every mauaaoa the liver Is supplied with blood vessslt. Bert aorbanta. One nf its obvious uses is to secrete J tbe bile. II hkrwtea titers the bnod and i a Hid from all tmpurittee. How indaoetuelilT is health Is the proper eefffonnaoce of this functie liver ia diseased. It cannot purify the blood, si. 4 Mil naca uirouf n tne lungs, Oram and etner I moroKt oononilon. It mast cause Jaundice. MUM stroctton of the kidneys, gravel, and many other 1 more or leas nasnfol and daneerous. bat tas lea J quite enough en make a man sick and unoomtord unfit for the perfonnaooe nfanvoffheduuesMl anheelthy state of the system very often ends ui ary consumption. ID be circulation nf tho bkml Is conducted la til ner -.The heart sends tho vital current down thN arteries ; It passes thrcngh lb asl. tekinr P t rities In Its progress 1 then the stream of blood ftol ward through the veins, snd passes to the uvvi ta Bed. It ia impossible to euro cnnsonipUon, e- scarcely anyothtr kind of ulceration while tbat 1 organ, tbe liver. Is diseased. It is for that rej u regnlai physician. " rarely euro eonstunptkil usually begin their treatment by the use of ns medjeroe, the basis of which is morphia or opiu shape, which locks an the liver instead of n 1 serretioTM, giving a tone to tbe stomach, and pri noaiioy now or ntle. air. ocnenck'a 1 Psutomo grur, Suvui Tone, as Maudf. J will strengthen the system, purify tho blood, and ueei uwers so tne lungs. A volume would bo required, to give a brief I the remarkable cures performed by Dr. Pc hence I vis : Pulmonic Svrun. Seaweed Tonie. end Pillsall of which are accompanied by lull dirl uw was or tnrm. . DR. SCHKNCK will be pmfMoneJIy at his ri wees, rs awnu street, new lork. and on tlan-:il Boetoa. front 11.11. nnUI S P. nf . lie irises A but for a thorough .semination wita the lt.if charge ia Ave (o) dollars. Aboa full su.ilj sj at uu rooms, frtoe or tne Pulmonic Syrup aa ionic, eacn at no per IK, I lie. ox o, bv tbe I Mandrake Pills 2T cents per box. OEO. O. (XK)DWIN k CO., 38 Hanover ri for Boston. I' or sale by all Druggists. 471 r DR. S. "FAMILY S. FITCH'S ; PHYSICIAN," 8?renty-fx mm: prfee 2G cent. Seat to ibt K-idrMi. No iuon3T required until the book ia rrcfiTrxl, ran. nnd fully approved. It le a prfert guide to tbe nick or httKa- potted. Addrew, Dr. S. 8. KITCH. J6 Tremont Hi. Boftton Dr. Fitch will be at the Ialand Houm. bellow Palls, v pwiaauRj , etui, .tu iuui ever sU. if ctuMooaj alter w ILCOX & GIBBS' SEWING MACHINE Warranted the best In Market for Family use. Any per. eon wishing to try thera can have one four weeks on trial, ujonuu un nr auureeatng, b.a sllusb, 12 Rockingham, Vt. QOLD AND SILVER GOODS! L AM A DON, HAS just returned with a New and Splendid Stock of WATCHES, JEWELRY AND SILVER GOODS, AMERICAN WATCHES, Of the ce ehrated VTaltl.sBi manufacture, . BKW AND CHOICB 8TVLB3 OF JKWIiLKr, ELEGANT SILVBR TEA SETTS, CAKK BASKETS, HWOS8, Ac, Of the most Desirable Patterns, together with aa Ea tea- si re Assortment of LADIES' FANCY GOODS, COMBS, Bttcsnra, UAIB PINS, , BASKETS, CHINA TOYS, DOLLS As. Ao JADIKS AND GENTLEMEN, WHITNEY'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND N-ver Injures the Hair, but wiH keep It dean, anfiand noest, remove dandruff, and euro your headache. With an experience of fifteen years among the heirs, I know of what I speak M. M. WWTK hY, Uelkiws Valss, Vt. If TOO DON'T WANT TO DTE. - A Bat only to change trees Grey to Brown, try a bottle or WHITNEY'S HAIR RESTORER. It is the one thing needful, and is to bo had at tho Hair Dressing Bonsai of M. H. WU1TSET. It YOU WANT TO DTK, Octal . Whitney's Sew England Hair Dye! It is the most perfect Dre ia the world. Naannactaued, warranted, aad sold wholesale and retail, by M M. M. W1UISEY, Bellows tails, Vt )R. AVEST'S BOTANIC BAl THE BEST MEDICINE IN THE WOE. For Colds, Ooughe, Sore Throat. Croup. Broncf sumption. Soseaesa of Lungs, Whooping Cou and all Diseases nf like nature. Wherever ttil baa been tested, it has met with marked suceeaf timely use aieny of the diseases that flesh s might be checked io their commencement, sad that aweeps thousands from our midst erery fall powerless to the ground. Persons sfllictel ed eough, which breaks them of tbeir rest find hntnediate relief by the use of this Bal-'sg Price 611 cents. Prepared onlr bv D. K.llt. Mas.. UKO. 0. OOODWIN ft CO., General I an. twtd by druggist, everywhere. ROYAL HAVANA LOTTl OF CUBA. - DRAWN OSL'H IX SEVENTEEN Vt Oiti Pais or . - . - . Ac , Ac. Prises paid la Gold. Prises cashed al ation given by GEORGE Crj 27 28-ly , . OS N. Main Street, Pravklej ' Tararr'a Tie Paalassreax sr I rscaralftfta Pill hi a sale, certain and spee.1 Neuralgia and all Nervous Diseases. The serf sreootnnletelr and nermanontlv eared in a verr Neuralgia in the face or heed ia utterly banishe) hours. No form cf Nervous disease witbstsn'tsl loauenee. It has tbe unequalled appreveJotf nent phystciana. It eontaina nothing injurif most oeltcass srstem. bold evcrvwnere. rr'". of SI 00 and two poage stamps. TURNER Boston. Julv 1. 1H67. "' 2T1 Itch I Itch 1 1 test I Scratch I Scratch in from 10 to 48 boars. tTheetonv Ointment Wheat onw Ointment Wheaton'g Ointment Whea ton's Ointment Wliea ton's tlinlment Whea ton'. Olntmeat cure, cures cure, rnre. cure. The Fait Trite) Partsj Old! kverl ., , unmor Uke Magic- TrtH tl eenla . )w - h m.tl AOeaOtS. Addrd ft POTTKM. No. HO Washington Street, Bosh' ror sale ny all urnzgtsts. Boston, Augitt, lstii. AGENTS WANTED FOR MORMON 1 A BOOK OF TUB GREATEST ITER THE JIOHMON PROPHET AND HIS i (le nn enthnntin Iltstnrw of Brigham UIS NUMKROOS WIVES AND CIHLPI'4 Br Hit C. V. WATTE, Wife of Boa. & B. Waits, late Associate Just id Territory. Folly illustrated with .tee! portraits and Ens" Complete ia one elegant volume of 31 pas' . Energetic Ladies, Teaobers, aad eanerieneea a for tbe illustrated Circular and terms so Agent , PohlisN .6J No 614 Arch Street, IT.ihdcli4 NEW JEWELRY. a a s saasul hlKyetsssTIv- . . . J'.. ; .br. eotomers just rw gMO-Bnces una. -J" j, .QHlt, p,,ura. rrooi atfntners just rsj ;.Il.W)W,Cksi