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BELLOWS FALLH, JAN. 8, 2868. i LOCAL MATTER; A Happy New Ycnr to all our read ers and patrons, both old and new I Our readers will doubtless notice that w dou a new suit of clothes this week. j.- 1 Single copies of the Times may be obtained at tho Tost Office. Price, five vents;' ' ' "'- ' - ' ' i ,. rL - T -.11 e T i i i fllicir late Fair were suooesgful to the Amount of 1370. 4 Harper's .Pictorial Weekly has a tiicturcof the JNorth(ic!d disn-s-tnr. Itmirw L. I.J .(n K m i- ..n-;.. The first general snow-slorm-snffi-. )ient for good sleighing in this section tame New Year's day, about eight inches. $ Jonathan Cram of South Reading, the accident to whom "wo mentioned two Weeks ago, died of his injuries on Wed nesday of last week.'-. ..- The people of Athens held a town meeting, a few days since, and voted te raLso four hundred cents n the duller, U) pay their, war debt l . ! . The Baptist Church anil society de cline to accept the resignation of Rev. N. Fierce, and he will probably remain1 with them for lite present. : 7 :j ; ; Rcr. Mr. Swaia of Grafton has gone west on a visit to friends in MlM-j gan, and with a view to a final settle-' mcnt in some of the western states. J Advertised letters : L. Bronson, C. Crosby, B. I Hudson, John McCarty, Iiss A. A. Smith, Mrs. L, G Smith, Mrs. Charles Shechelle, Hollis Wyman. Held Sot postage, Miss Ann M. Howard, Graf- . -1 We publish in another column a Business Directory of this village, as cor rect as our limited time to got it up would permit, intending to have no omissions, and we will esteem it a favor for any one to report any omission or needed correc tion which they may fuid in it. ' t-ILE. Chandler fc Co marble works liave dissolved, and the business will here after be carried on by Geo. Andrews & Co., Mr. Andrews having removed his works to the kl stand on Bridge Street Wc can cordially commend this firm to all wanting anything in" their line. Their work is excellent and not surpassed elae- .where. . ....-.. 4. The Ladies of the Congregational Society of Putney held a festival . in the Vestry of their newly repaired church, on Cliristmas Eve., the proceeds amounting to 168, which we are informed will be appropriated towards defraying the ex cnscs of furnishing the church.-, '.J. Pcarce A Pea body .have added groceries to their, wholesale Fish market as will be seen by their announcement in our advertising columns. Their whole sale trade in fresh and salt fish has al- icauy assumed goou proportions, ana we hope will continue to increase to a profit able and self-sustaining business. W., L Sabin severely scalded one arm on Friday last while butchering hogs. - The-' skin was entirely burnt off up to the elbow, and added to this he sprained the shoulder of the same arm, a day or' two after, while feeding cattle in his barn, so that he will be disabled for a while. i Will a Chester subscriber who has paid his subscription within two weeks, previous to Tuesday of this week, and not received- a receipt for the same in his paper, please report to our agent in Chcs j(er. t ye fiave by some unaccountable Beans lost the name, and have a loose to o dollar bill on hand, and do not know to whom to credit it. . - . Messrs Pea roe & ; Pen body on opening their wholesale fish market last week very handsomely remembered the press, by sending us a most generous sized fresh cod, which has been duly discussed hf our domestic board and found to be exceedingly nice. We are very sure they cannot fail to please their customers, and such nice varieties as they now have at their store is sufficient to make our whole community feel aa though they lived in Gloucester itselC Y ' t'-.- . .... ...... . j !t The annual meeting of the members of the -"Connecticut River Mutual Fire Insurance Co. was held at the aecretai tics office in this village, on Wednesday raid the following directors were elected for the year ensuing A. Wentworth, J. H. Williams, J. D. Bridgman, George Slate, Bellows Falls, L. C. Hubbard, Saxtons River, R B. Campbell, Brat tlcboro, Charles Whitney, Athens, W. J3. Myers, Bellows Falls, A. Preston, As cutneyville. . The President and Secre tary not yet chosen. The Rutland Herald. The Rut - land Herald came to us Monday not only in a new and beautiful dress of type, ; looking clear and smart, but also con- . . siderably enlarged and is now the largest daily in Vermont. The Herald is ably . conducted, a capital good paper, and gives the earliest news in this section of . Vhnont. A Cabd. The Ladies of the Episco pal Sewing Circle, in Chester, hereby tender' thanks to the members of the Dramatic Association and others who I assisted at their Festival on Christmas I Eve. ; also their grateful ackaewledge ; ment of the services f the Cheeter I Quadrille Band." J : , iTlie.frlmes tbr 1808. t T. t , Promises are so cheap that we do no propose to put forth any high sounding prospectus. Our arrangements this week are not finite as complete as we had hoped to lako tliem, on account of tho great amount of work in changing our type, but sufficient to show our deter mination. All who can afford to take so poor a paper as wo publish, are respect-! fully requested to enroll their names among our patrons. , Terms to all 111 Windham and Windsor counties, $2.09 a year, in advance. To distant subscri bers, r those who receive their papers iu single wrappers, 12.25, always in ad vance. . j'... .-- ....,.. ,. , , Good Itenolvoti. . ... It is never out of season ' to reform,1 leave off bad habits, or form good reso lutions, provided they are lived up to, but jthe New Year is a peculiarly. good time to make these resolves. ' It i a period when we seem to start afresh in. the battle of life. Now therefore all you young people, ' and older ones, if you hare done well in 1867, strive to do even better in 1 868. If you have done poorly or badly, or wc will say wickedly, why yew have even a better vote to gain from,? and now is your time to take a nfew start. " Itesolve firmly, and stand by your faith, and your- faith will stand by ybu: If you are addicted to dissolute or - badltahiu-and who among vs have not some-sow is the time to-shake them off, and emancipate eesclves. T Resolve .to be temperate, not inooebot in all things. To abstain ' from intoxicaUng drinks is good and important, and 'yet ft' will prove a failure if you , allow other vices to canker in your social life, and es pecially if you allow them to Increase in the proportion to which you decrease a single one. ' Resolve then now, to leave the evil and seek die good. We dq uot spocify,-you all have a monitor that will do that,-and above all make these reso lutions practical! ,. , . . . " 'i. . , Old Friends And Acquaintances. We send enr paper this week to many old friends and acquaintances in our na tive toww and elsewhere, who are not subscribers, to extend to them our good wishes and wish them a happy New Year! STOPrjjfo Papkks, All who 'wish to have their papers discontinued should notify ns immediately.. , Up U the time of going to press, the number ordered to be stopped has been very small not ex ceeding half a dozen bat there are probably others at least yet to come, from causes which always arise in the course of a year,' and all such arts' re quested to return this week's paper, and dont fail to mark on it the Post Office address, as well as the name. .... . Westminster. The youngest child of i Frank RichmoudV was. vcryChadly scalded by falling upon and overturning a pail of boiling -Ur lost Saturday. Though sadly injured the child is patient ly enduring the pain and is improving. I Two Lyceums are in operation' In West minster now, one for the older, one for the younger part of community.., Last Friday evening the usual crowded house convened although it rained severely. After a sharp discussion, it was voted almost unanimously that tho ruraseller was a greater pest to society than the thiet O. M. Metcalf gave a good essay, common sense and free from large words. Messrs. Davis and John Morse are pitted against each other for the discus sion next Friday evening on the subject, " Whatever is, is right" .An interesting time will be had. Paper by Miss Addie Farr. Mark ' Ward is the Presideui of the evening. i ' -- The schools of "the town "are doing a good work. I The central school under Miss Susie Leach is showing a superior degree of punctuality and progress. Miss Ellen Peck teacher in the .Pierce Dis trict is a very able and experienced in structor, and the pupils of that school should improve their opportunity". . SruracfTELD. Harvey.; F. Patridge while returning from class-meeting on the 19th ult in Springfield,. fell' and broke his limb near the thigh. ; ' ' -' ' ; The Methodist Sabbath School held a Christmas festival iu the vestry of their Church. The tree was rich and beauti ful, and Mr. Fatridge mentioned above, received from it about $75, it being a purse; made up by citizens of the, town. and village without regard to church re lations. ' ! .. r.- The friends of Rev. E. CBass, recent ly made him a donation of $104.' The people of Springfield have always handsomely patronized the Times- a fact which we tli ink we appreciate. Those who wish to subscribe oe continue their patronage will find our -steadfast friend and agent Mr. Geo. C. Porter, ready to attend to their wishes at his store." The people of that place now have, in part at least, a village paper of their own, to which they ought and doubtless do give a liberal support. ' We mean of course the Springfield edition of the Vermont Record. - Let them support their home paper, and then do what they can for the rest of us. That's our doctrine. Speaking of our agent above reminds us of his store, where we believe business is done under the firm of Geo. W. Por ter & Cos and where may always be found a good assortment of groceries, hardware, dry goods, 'Ac,.- and all our readers who do business in that "place should make them a call. It is one of the long standing and reliable stores in that enterprising village. The New Kptseopal Church. Tho new Church which has been pro- jeeted for several years is after many vexatious delays at last completed, and was occupied for the first time on Christ inas day. It meets tho approval of its friends and the admiration of all who see it. It is built of stone in Gothic style, after the M Upjohn model," ijnd is a fine imposing looking edifice, and will be pro nounced one of the first in the State in point of architectural beauty and design. The roof is slated ornamentally with tri colored slate, and gives the exterior an attractive appearance. The inside of the house we wish to mention more particu larly. It is finished to the roof and the walls stained a delicate fawn color. The arches and pillars which support the roof are highly ornamental, and are made of carved chestnut. The slips also are chestnut, finished with a moulding of black walnut. The carving of the pulpit and altar are very fine, and particularly the symbolic letters from the Greek Alpha, Chiro, Omega.. The furniture of the chancel is all of carved chestnut, the wainscoting and embrasures of the win dows of butternut, which would give the house a sombre look, but for the most beautiful part of the house the windows, which for rare symbolic expression and coloring can hardly bo surpassed. The roso window at the west end of the church is In memorium Mrs. Elmira Webb Baxter and presented by Sidney Bax ter, Esq., of New York. The exquisite taste with which the symbols and colors of this window are arranged, combine artistic skill and a true appreciation of tho emblems of the church. The " rose " embraces the symbols of the crown, phoenix, pelican, lamb triumphant, Bi ble, and triangle. The " children's win dows" aro directly beneath, four in num ber and being tho gift of the Sunday School arc particularly appropriate, the fiist has a font 'with a lily and the in scription beneath, " Blessed are the pure in heart," the second has a cherub, with oar Savior blessing little children, and the inscription, " Of such is the kingdom of Heaven," the third is a cherub with a figme of Christ as the "good Shepherd" and the in scription " Feed my lambs." The fourth is " the cup " a passion flower, and the in:icription, "By faith are ye saved." The windows in the alcove of the chancel njo very fine, two are memo rials, and tho third, though intended for 011c, and finirdicd for that purpose, is not appropriated. The emblems of this win dow are the ark, mitre, patriarchal staff, and keys. The window opposite this, is In' memorium. Wentworth, which name synonomous with benevolence, and by whose gen erosity the beautiful window is Added to the church. The emblems are the dove, crown, Bible, and anchor. We presume the window in the centre behind the altar would be pronounced the ehefd- ocuvre of tot. This is the window In mc morium Atkinson, the figures are faith and hope, w ith the inscription, By faith 7 ...-I," jb " XRjuiue in nope. Those figures are the most beautiful con ception of art, the coloring of the dra pery, we never saw equalled, and the eye may look ai id never tire upon these love ly colors ani designs. The churc h will be highly appreciated by the society, the more so from the fact that the old one has become so uncom fortable, ami we trust the friends who worship in th is beautiful edifice may long enjoy the privilege. Chester.- The Festival, Christmas Eve., by the Ladies Episcopal Society of Chester was Ii irgely attended, and proved a pleasant til ne for those present and a profitable affair for the ladies, their gross receipts being $220. The Hall was hand somely trimmed and lighted. The Christ mas tree ancl tables were loaded with fancy articles. Santa Claus distributed his small wares freely to the children. Cakes, Confectionery and ice creams were furnished in the Hall and hot oysters, Ac- in the dining room. The decant dressing-gown was drawn by G. P. Spaulding. The Farce helped to amuse the audience and make the entertainment full and complete. Christmas . Evening the Universalis Society tri mimed and illuminated their church and Tiad an address from their pastor, Rev.'IMr. Guernsey, with music by the choir. ' Thursday evening they had a Christmas tree for the children of their Sunday School, where all received pres ents ; their pastor was also presented with the elegant dressing gown, made by the Ladies Episcopal Society and drawn at their Fair by Mr. Spaulding. The Annual !Masonic Ball will be giv en at the IngraJiam House, Wednesday, Jan. 15th. Mjusk by Kecne Quadrille Band. The general satisfaction which all expressed last year wiB ensure a large attendance, and no pains will be spared on the part of the Chester brethren to have all equally satisfied this year. Cards of invitation will be sent to neighboring Lodges, and can be had of the Secreta ries, or by applying to anV of the order. Friends who are not members of the fra ternity are cordially invited to join with tbem on this occasion. Cambridgefort. The people of Cam hridgeport feel much regret that the Woolen factory there is to be stopped. The present company took the Hotel in to their possession last spring, and have not oniy kept an excellent public house, but kept it on strict temperance princi ples, and since which there has been a marked change for the better in the place. They have a young minister at Cam- bndgeport of much talent and energy, and a revival is now going on and sev eral conversions are announced. Bellows Folia Bnslneaa LHrectory ARTISTS A rilOTOGRArilERS. P.W.Taft, J. W. F. Blanchard. ASSESSOR U. & RtVEKEU. . Goo. Slate.. ; . ; .!.',.'. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. H. E. Stoughton, 3. 1). Bridgman, a B. Eddy, W. a Myers, a E. Arnold. BASK, FIRST NATIONAL. N. Fullerton, President,; . , ; J. 1L Williams, Cashier. BOOT a SHOE DEALERS. E. Hangood, Chase & Hooper, ' IL Strecter. BOOKSELLERS. Johnson A Babbitt. ..;.- .. BLACKSMITH. O. B. Arms. BRIDGE BUILDER. , San ford Granger. CLERGYMEN. Episcopal, C. S. Hale, Congregational, (not supplied.) Baptist, N. Pierce, (resigned.) 1 Methodist, W. H. Wight. CABINET MAKER A DEALER. W. J. Conant CARPENTERS a BUILDERS.'' -. William Stone, , i ; . , ; M.C.Ladd, . Cobb A Underwood, J. H. Griswold, Geo. II. Stone, E. A. Darby, C. J. Joslyn, ; J. P. Brockway. . , ., , ". . DENTISTS. '., S. M.Blake, O. M. George. DRUGGISTS A APOTHECARIES. O. F. Woods,' 1 " Johnson A Babbitt DRY GOODS DEALERS. O. D. Gray, Guild A Farr, Chase A Hooper. J . DEAkER IN PLANTS. . N. Munroe. EXPRESS AGENTS. Johnson A Babbitt. , EXPRESSMAN. Alfred Kemp. FLOUR DEALERS. WillsonACo. 'I , -u FISH DEALERS. Pearce A Peabody. GROCERS PROVISION DEALERS. S. Cragin, R. Hyde, Chase A Hooper, J. D. Wightman. GUNSMrrn. - . .Norman S. Brockway. ' CRIST mill. ; WillsonACo. HAIR DRESSER & BATTIIITO ROOMS. M. M. Whitney, ' , HARDWARE DEALERS. Arms A Willson. HARNESS a TRUNK MAKERS. J. C. Gootl win fc ( VxA. . HOTEIA , 'f Island Hise, Charles Towns, liellows Falls House, O. F.Woods. INSURANCE AGENTS. . Johnson A Babbitt, ' C B. Eddy, W. a Myers, ; Dan Arms, H. H. Stone, C. E. Newcomb, IRON FOUNDERS. Clark A Chapman. JEWELER. L. Amadou. ' LUMBER DEALERS. - Tarbell, Tolman A Co., S. Granger A Son, W. P. Gage. LEATHER DEALERS & TANNERS. Perry A Ellis. LIQUOR AGENTS. Johnson A Babbitt. LIVERY STABLE. Charles Towns. MARBLE WORKS. Geo. Andrews. A Co., MASONS. L. L. Bennett, Edmund Blake. MANUFACTURERS. , Frost, Derby A Co., Scythe Snaths. Clark A Chapman, Turbine Water Wheels, ' Richardson A Frink, Sash A Blinds, Mellish A Whitney, Fruit Bowls, W. P. Gage, Baskets, S. a Coolidge, Staves. L. Amadon, Telescopic Rifles. MEAT DEALERS. II. M. Young, F. D. Griswold. " ' MERCHANT TAILORS. ! S. II. Guild, J. F. Saker. , ; M ETA LIC CLOTHES LINE AGENT. Solon E. Moore. MILLINERS. Mrs. A. S. Wood, '. ' Miss a a Guild. MUSIO TEACHERS. S. F. Merrill, Mrs. Adaline Ball, Miss Ella I. Merrill. MILK DEALER. R. Clough. NEWSDEALER. O. F. Woods. ORGAN BUILDER. , W. Nutting. , FROFSSOR OF MUSIC. a F- Merrill. PAINTERS A GLAZIERS. C.G. Kilburn, ' : . i .'. j E. Brown. PHYSICIANS A BURGEONS. a Nichols, F. Whitman. 1 POSTMASTER. A- N. Swain. PLUMBER. John KimbalL PRINTER a rVBUBHER. A. N.Swain. 1 . I . READY MADE CLOTHING, O. D. Gray. RESTAURANT a SALOON KEEPERS. F. A. Goorge, (Depot) , Geo. Brown, . a Sauders, G. W.Frost. RAILROAD AOENTS, AC Station A gent, Dan Arms.' h. Cheshire, II. H Asa't Sun Stone. Frieght Ag't Central, C. Johnson."" f " 1C iV. lilies ru.ll., J. ISOWUJI. Conduc'rs, Con. rTrTr., S. C. Fleming, ? " Cheshire, B. Putney. I " M H. Titus. ! " " N. Aldrich. " Central, A. Dow, :, Rutland, D. Chapman. , Engineers, Valley, I. Earl. ' " . L. F.Allen. " - Geo. Goddard. " " I. Steams. " Cheshire, Geo. BowtelL ! M - Geo, Clark. ' Geo. Blake. - J. L." Davis. " " Henry Graves. " Rutland, A. Johnson. ' STOVES A TIN WARE. 1 ' i ,. F. P. Hadlcy. SOAP MAKER. . W.RWalker.. , , i SHOEMAKER A REPAIRER. i a Chandler. SHERIFF. , ! Captl Walter Taylor, ' TOWN CLERK. W. a Myers. TRUCKMEN. D. K. Barry, G. G.Rice, Joshua II. Webb. TELEGRAPH OPERATOR. j William Batchelder. ; TURNERS.. L. Bullock, C. a Colburn. VILLAGE HACKMAN. A. P. Crossett Dcatlm in Bellows Falls, 1867. y's. m's. d'f. 37 an. 20. TIMOTHY BYRNES. Apr. 3, AMASA fill KR WIN, M " li. JUSTUS BAKER, 55 May 24. IDA LAURA CUAPIN. 11 Aug. 20, ALLEN D., son of S. Chapman. " 27. NETTIE L dan. of P.W.Taft. 2 " 30, CapU HENRY F. GREEN. 79 " 81, Mrs. JOHANNA KINIRY, S3 Sept. L JAMES W. WEBB. 65 " li EUGENE G. H. son of Geo. Andrews, 15, Mrs. FRANCE8 S. HAMr 3. Mrs. RANDILLA LOCKE. 12. Col. A. FLEMING, 12, SAMUEL HOWE, 12, Mrs. ANN HUGHES, 10, Miss LOIS M. SPRAOUE, 17, Hon. A. 8. CAMPBELL. I 32 71 77 63 58 25 77 Oct. Not. . . Mrs. JENNIE A. PIERCE, 25 11 10. CHARLES C HAPUO0D, 43 Total, 16. Average age nearly 427 years. Liquor Case. A liquor suit again&t diaries Towns, of the Island House, and which wo understand was commenced some time ago, was brought to a focus on &tturday, before Justice Hyde. It appears that the witnesses found it con venient to be absent on the day of trial. -The plaintiff appeared and was of course ready to proceed and also plead for a jury. The prooeoutnm haxmg ste- wit nesses, aked to have the case continued, uL.lt the court refused. 1 They then asked to enter a notto Lirh the plaintiff resisted, on the ground that a jury having been erapanneled they were entitled to a verdict. The court sustain ed this view and the jury immediately returned a verdict of not gnilty. The case excited some interest and we have endeavored to make a brief statement of it. The number of highly respectable gentlemen who so suddenly Btampeded out of town on tho day of the court caused no little amount of amusement For the State, C. B. Eddy, W.a Myers. For defendant, II.E. Stoughton, C. E. Arnold. Grafton. The Grafton people have organized an Industrial Association, and held a largely attended meeting at the house of William Townshend, Esq., on Thursday evening of last week, a D. Conant, Esq., is President and L. a Walker, Secretary. ' They hold their meetings semi-monthly. We have receiv ed a report of tho discussion at the above meeting and regret very much that we are obliged to disappoint our numerous pat rons in that town this week for want of space. A portion of our matter in this week's paper was intended for last week, and being still on our bands, we are crowded. We will give it next week. - Ba rtonsville .The people of Bartons villo had a pleasant Christmas gathering, notwithstanding the unfavorable weath er. The hall was beautifully bung with evergreen, and appropriate mottoes, and when called to order, the choir, under the lead of Sir. Burt, sang an appropri ate piece of music, and after prayer by Rev. Mr. Clafllin of Westmoreland, N. H., a speech of welcome was made by Benj. Snow, Jr., Esq., in which he very cordially included alL A Christmas tree wag a very attractive feature of the evening, especially to the children, and all seemed to enjoy themselves. A silver ring made and presented by Mr. Willard, for the benefit of the occasion, was bid off by Mr. Collin., of Leominister, Mass. who acted as auctioneer for the occasion, at five dollars. , They are having a good singing-school this winter, in Bartonsvillc, taught by Mr. Austin of Athens, who is received with much favor. NEW JEWELRY. THE Unrest assortment of new and handsome de signs of Jewelry, in sets and single piece, from Bogwood to fine gold prices that will satisfy ua to ners just received by C. ii. ROWS, , Cheat, VI NOVA SCOTIA GRIND 8TONE8, i nd OBIXD STOXS CRASK3 A SB ROLLERS. The above jaet received by . ARMS A WILSON. o NIONR. APPLES. POTATOES. CABBAGES. TURNIPS. Ac At B. HYDE'S. GOLD AND STOCKS Jan. 1. Gold, " . . , Sevon-ThirtlM. . J'ftn-FortiM, , -'iv.TwentlM, July, IMS, ii)i 1MV BOSTON MARKET Doc I WHOLESALE PRICES. COTTON Demand, wkt4 and prieaa rmata th aamfi. FLOUR Market aula) and prieaa itMdjr. Baku at all the way from ft) to SIT. OKA I N Corn rattier dull, and (tale nave been at I 40 II 43. Rye u leareo and Hrra at SI 75 M (I N). Mate dull and have eaeed off.- (loud and chlee OO t (tteente. White Beaoa, It for Common White, and 14 W fnr extra pea. ' PROVISIONS-Dreneed Horn here deelined, and are Helling at 9'4 sent. Lard 14 eenta. Kmoked llama, 14 cent. Butter reraaina without change. Choice 4 (A 4.S eenu ; common aa io 38 centa. W(K)1 There u a firm I'eelinR for Wool, and much ef tho Btock hag heen withdrnwn from market in an. tin pat ion of hither price. The aalea nave been ai 44 to tik) oenta aa to trade. ' CATTLE MARKET.' '. ' , - TUESDAY, Datu 81, 1867. .-' axocKT or stock at aAn. Cattle. Sheep. Shotna. Fat Hon, Veal. Thi week, IMS . 67IM , owe SOU Last week, 1 '1 tun (Mil 21'") 00 Onejrearaco, 1U67 - 6U67 1UU : (MO j Out) . micKs. . - Price, of Market Beef. Extra. 114 Ml til 00; lire. iiuaiij. t w n w, anwiin, qvMH. w 12 : third quality, Kl 00 M) 110 OU. Prieea of titer CatUe. Worktns Oxen. V pair 1150 tao. . i : . .. 1.1 aa. all no. .1 i:, . -1 ... Mirh (. m ITS. . Extra, fSO 9 IIUO, Har row and drv, :VS e ;W Htorejt. Year linen. ItO ee tft9. Twa nan eld. I3S H evi. Three yeere old, HX) no. Sheep and Lainba 3 & So. Extra food. 6 fie Te lr on live weight. Per head In lota, to 00 10 00. rut iKura i-er n t sc. i.iv weight, 0 (9 Oe. . Calf rikin16 lk. t . Ilidea-0 10a. lb. . Tallow, ( 9 90. th. -REMARKS. There la an imnrovement In beef. nrioea ransine at V2 tn 1:(e.. ane U to for thM In.nr grmlea. Hheep about the eame as laat week, with perhaps alight improvement, mainly tn quality. The sales w ere at U 75 to 16 OU per head or 4 to 8c ,. Rev. N. Pieroo.Mr. KYDBfKr A, ,VllppOi,ini Mia ELLA L. THOMPSON. both ol Gitonr " ltv. T.i.-.l TI . 1. ti. 1. :n ... , V- iu Dtnnnnoiii, ytw. ci, or ivev. r.. v.t laes, air. OKO. C. H ASKLTON, and Mies ELLA J. LoVELL, both of Roekinirham. - . . In Weathorfnold, Nov. 20th, by Rev, B. BnrrooKha Mr. CHARLES A. ALI.KN.anJ Miss EMMA A. DOWNKK, daughter of Mr. Roewcll Downer, all of neatnervueld. In Dummerston Nov. SR. hv Roe: n v Va,im OKO. 8. COOK, of Knrincflnlil. ao.l III.-TTIU II UlbllS, of llummerston. ..t - In Charleetown. December 2th. 1807, by Rev. Hil ton Bracket. Mr. ELI FLANDERS, and Mia MAKI All ALI.liKU, both of Morgan. By tiie unw, Mr. OSMOND FARR. and Alias SURVIAH ALLliKE, both of Morgan. The brides ara. twin daughter of Cyrus Allbee, Esq., of Morgan. In New York. Dee. 21. Mra. JIU.I A II win. of W m. C. Bertlelt, and daughter of Wa p. Cune, of Brattleboro. ... . . In South Readine. Doe. 25. JONATHAN CRAM. aped 73. , . , . . ... pONN. raVEK VALLEY AGRI- W CULTUKAL ASHOC'IATION The adjourned Annual Meetinir of this AaKOriatinn will be held nt the Island House, Bellows Falls, on Wednesday the 15th inst., at 3 o'clock. P. M.. for the choice of outoers, revision of the Premium liat, &e. A. Jiut,Aii,, bccretHry. January 1. 1868. - , l-2w - I) 11. U R A N N , of Boston, ; t. , PRACTICAL PHYSICIAN, Who has made so many wonderful and instantaneous care in Boston, Nw York. Hartford, . Springfield, and more recently is Now Hampshire and Vermont, will be at HOTEL AT BELLOWS FALLS, . SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND MONDAY, , Jan. Uth 12th and 13th. 18G8. : ! . si v . WONDERFUL CUHES. : To tk Machias 7fowWictit Oenta : As Dr. Urann of Boston about vis.tinyour !l and aatrantrer in thetw part. 1 know very well, like moat physio-. miiH iravttinriK, ne win ue loosen upon .wm flaHjtl fiion. oarlieujiirly as his cum- Joolf niiracukm?, read hia t?srfinmfc mVwf Wrtrl rJm nisrr.iriE.Vmi u I oould get help in no other way, rus I htvi tried every way ami means in my powor.. I resolved to try him. I and been obliged to wnlk on crutches for one year, and for nine months wan not able to put my foot to the floor. My ipine and arm were aluo no i m nearly to disable m. I oould not dretm or undress myself, or Rt off the bed without help. He treated iny cafe laia Friday niornin, and in 1im than an hour after I was able to walk home, a dis tance of nearly half a mile, up hill, without my erutchea, and have been gaining ever fdnae. 1 write this for publication, hoping that others who are suf fering may, by knowing of my caco, improve the op- Kort unity offered then by this viit of Dr. Urann to Lachias. J. R. JORDAN, Formerly Deputy Sheriff. WONDERFUL CURES Rend the following from the Newport Exp rest : Rkkmrkam.e Curra. Dr. Urann, whom r.ur read era will recollect made so many wonderful cures while at Newport lant April, is still astonishing ev ery one by his remarkable and aim tint inxtantaneou cure. Mrs. Randall, of Bolton, 0. K., who haft been sick for four yearn, unable to sit up or to walk, waa fart Tuesday morn i rig brought by hand on a hmi, two miles to the steamboat, and then to this place, arri ving at night : wa treated by the doctor on Friday morning; before night was walking about the room, and yesterday left in the boat for homo, having been continually gaining strength, and walked from the Memphremogog iloone to the boat. Mr. Badger, of Troy, who was hopelessly sick, wiu treated by Dr. Urann lost April, and is now a stout, hearty man, able to do gMd day's work, having gained sixty pounds since his treatment. Mr. balm on Nye, of Coventry, who was very lame,; not able to put his foot to the floor, and obliged to go on crutch ea, was also treated in April. Be is now tough and hearty, walks without can or srutchoa. and l&rbora nvnrv day. - WONDERFUL CURES.' WATRgfiunT, Vt., Feb. 10, lfifift. Dr. Uraxk Dear Six: I was for a long time troubled with Sciatica, for six weeks suffered Intol erable pain. I tried all the remedies ottered, aa well as 1'hyxicians, but of do avail. 1 heard of your suc cess in treating disease! ; with great difficulty I went to your i) thee. With the help of two men I got op stairs. After one treatment I could go up ami down stairs as well as ever, and now, after six months, 2 am entirely well, and feel no inconvenience whatev er. Can walk and got about as well as before I was taken. If any are afflicted in the same way. I would teoommend trfrm to try one treatmeut. and know for themselves. With much respect 1 am stmn. Ac. , .iv . , 11. W, WELLS. - - - - - . t' 1 '' WONDERFUL CURES. f; . ' . i Wkst Br atylkhoko, Vt., Jan. 2, lfl5. Dn. URAgg Dear ISir-One year ago 1 was an al most helpless sufferer frem spinal disease; whicfe had so entirely prostrated taf newous 4&lHtm ihtC I was unable to leave my ro"m; could bear no bout and but very litUo light without greet pain. - Ly strength was rapidly foiling, and fortnonthsl had not been able to see any one excepting Lhoea who had the care of me. - At this time a notice of yonr visit td BrettIebo-o appeared, and, as all the means at hand for my re covery had been used without any relief, my friends immediately consulted yon to ascertain your mode of treatment. Attheirreoaest 1 consented to d!m myself under yonr care, though without any hope of oeneui irora sucn means, since ine regular oourse of treatment had failed to effect anything for me. The result exoeeded the expectations of the most sanguine. After one treatment 1 waa able to take my meals with the frmily, sleep well at night, and ride and walk daily. From that time, by elosHy and perse verlngly fol lowing your directions, my recovery has been so rap id and constant as te astonish every one who knew my condition. It is with the greatest pleasure that 1 take this means of recommending te the sick and suffering everywhere the same means which hare proven so bcnenciai te ma, and would specially urge nil njffiictfd sts was to secure your services without delay. fAaa I M. WAnlUni.lt. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. . Mitwan Uelneee ffsHsilw - WL the Sabseribers, being do It eppotntrd by the lion. Probate court, for the district of Westmin ster, Commissioners to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the es tate of Hiram Holme, late of townshend, in said dis trict, deceased, and also all claims and demands ex hibited in offpei thereto: and six months from the lsiihday of ieeeniber last, beins; allowed by said Court f-r that purpose, we do therefore hereby give notice, that we will attend to the business of owr ap pointment, at the late residence of the deceased. In Trwnshend, in said district, on the first Thursday of March, and June next, at 10 o'clock. A. M Mtd low o-ciocx, if, Jx ea seen oc sail oars, Townobeod. Detu 30. ISrT?. 1-aw . XlJUl SRS B0LME&. Adm-r. 1FT0UWAKT?t)TB. ' ' ' t Get a bos of Wttttty't Xew Xnglud Eair Djat It is the ssoa perfert Tr in th world. V seats taresi. wamnted and snld. wboiesala aad retail k Harriet TkaraSOBM' Kasstto. STATE OF VERMONT. The Probate Ceorl DiHTRif-r or WsBTHnfaTx, within and for said dia. triet : To all parsons Interested in th MtaMof HAR RIET THURSruNiaw of Walpola, . H. V0U are kereby etiSed' tint s Instnalent 'l JL writing paraorttng te be eertiBed eopy of thi writing, parvornn hm eertiBed eopy of the Wte of Walpote. H U., ha Wen (led to Said eowrt for probata by Francis A.Faulkner, the xeeq tor thereia) xestnetf, and that said court will deeldW upon the probate thereof at a special session of said . eourt to be held at the Probate Offiee, trr Teenuwend on the 4tn dav of Januarv. A. D. lHhU. Iwb where row ssay be heard in th premises If yonr shall . U. EDDY. Res'r. , Dm. W.IW. Dl- OOMMlSSIONERa1 NOTICE 'i Isr U. atsajsraw Kswn , VB, tb rhOTibers, being duly appointed by thst i II Hon. Probate Court liw the district of Westmin ster, ewuntissieaers, to receiver eaamina aod adjust -Jl claim and denrands of all persons against ths state of BENJAMIN II. STEARNS later of Rock ingham, m said district, deceased, and also all claim and demand exhibited in off thereto;, and aim . months from th fnh day of December mst, beins; allowed by sakl court tec that purpose, ww do-there-nre hereby giv notice, that we will attend to the business of onr said appointment, at the late resi dence of th deceased in Rockingham, in seed dis trict, on the 11th day ef January; and th 7th assy of Mareh next, from one o'oloek, P. M t svutilsDur clock. P. M., on eax-K of said days. 1IKNKY L. ALDKICUtf. , , i JOHN PROCTOR, , , i Comm rs. ' BARK ELL I. WILEY, Adm' ' , RocaUMUiaM. Den. 1. A. D. U6T. ' O-t . .' , . COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. , RaaeilULMksibul. ; VBSrTitwtMirrdrd by Mm ' IT Hon. PrebMe Court- for the district of West minster, comruiaaioncra to receive, examine Bad d jetstall claims and demands of all persons against the eetat ef RANDILLA LOCKE, lat of Rocking--ham, in said district, deceased, and also all claim ana aemana exniwtea ta oset tnerato; and atx lonths from the fourtb-dae of Deeember last, beinr allowed by sakteoort for that purpose, we thcre- tre hereiiy give notice that we wiU attend to the usiness ef setr said appointment, at the elBea ref tteonre Slater in the villaa-o of Bellows Falbj, in said District. s tha second Toeadar .of Jsnuery. ana April next, front nits o'clock. A. M nniil four O'olook. P. r. m-, on aeh ofsaid day - RUSSELXi HYDE, 8. BTODDARD. Adm'rT llows Fai.l, Dae. 23. A.-A, IM7. HMIltHK Ml. Coma'rs. 12-2 : WAXCELES, M ERICAS and Swiss Walohes a good assort i ment Jwst reeeived, which I ha.e-seleeled tbr CVstomeas whs want a reliable timekeeper, will, be did low aad ssasnatail. ' C 11-TUyWE. i ! . Owstr, Vt. lEconotny i Wealth. KJAVK V0UE OLD N EWSPAPEBSt BOOKS. i'ampMem.eto aaa is tnemt JiaiteiisTille, V t to tas papes Mill ol ii. Haew, Jr, Jc Vo and . net scents aor lb for tbem. They also buy Whit, and Colisred Uas, old Hope, BatKisaj, Ao. , , a ':'"'r; Is; OP Merrill !; - 19 AllEXT (breonse of the best Pianos amdet such ' aa Decker A Cu llasniltpa A Co.. Hherwio A Her bert, of Mew York, Henry Miller A Bourne of Bos- -ton. Any owe wnatin. a first-rat PiaBO, at a rea sonable price, will tad ii tar their adrtaatag to eon- suit with ma. t. ... ,, .) , " . , Diaries ilw I808: ' Of. WOODS has Just received the lanteft and ' . best assortment of Diaries ever offered in this place, and wilt sell them at very low prices. Call and see them before buyine. . ii T UMBERMEN TAKE KOTICJE.' - We. the undersigned, would reapeetfulljr faifbrm : th Lumbermen of Kockinjrhrtrjl and vicinity thai . we are reiiairins; and ttttins; up the Saw Mill at Bel lows falls, aud wiU be prepared the cotntsst Winter r to do Rawing of various Kinds, in tarsre or small ' quantities, with diapaieh andinawesrkmasilikDiaa- .' ncr, and at reasonaole prieea. Those having timber above ns, which can be rafted . . 'down the river, we would invite their particular at- 4 tenuon to this notice. ' TARBRLL. T0LMAS CO. " , Bellow FalKNo.U.kSl. ... .,.vf ,.,'j ' ' " CLOClf8'i.f"!;'';'; ,:--; SKTH T1IOMA8 Cf. et(58-l and Kday dif ferent dcsigus aad prices, just received by - C. M. KOWE, Chaster. Vt. Vtt Kivcr National Bank. ,'. NOTICE is hereby gives for th legnl voters in West River Natioaul Bank ef Jamaica, Vt., to meet at the banking Houae, ef said Bank, en the 21st day of January, A. 1. lt8, at t of th clock in the -. forenoon, to take choice of a Board ef five Directors 1 fur the year ensuing ; also an Agent to make all dede . necessary to bo made by snid Bank and all necessary officers. - Per erder of the Directors, . J. A. BUILEK, Cashier. . jAUilCl, Dee.17,1867. ' ... .. . M-l : , ; - .;''!., .'.. ."' i . .t ; IX B .Wi GUN, S H O.Pt l it ... , , - . . r . - . . i. :. . The lubscribor has opened a Stsoj) on Atkinsoa. . Street, for the manufaetura of . ' f : - ' , SPORTING RIFLES, SHOT GUNS,' ' And RKPATKINO ef all kinds of rtRB ARMa also , PKWINU MAClIlNKd. and all kinds of LI (ill! JOBBIN'O. Particular attention riven te BORITTfl SHOT CCNS. NORMAN 8. liBOCKWAY. Bellows Falls, Deo. 18. 1867. ' 1 61 Bellows Falls Savings Insillutlon. THE Annual Meeting of the BELLOWS FALLS SAVINGS INSTITUTION will be boiden at th. office of Col. A. Wentworth, in Bellows Falls, op the second Tuesday or January aezi, being th nth day at 10 o'oiock, A. M. J. H. WILLIAMS, JaV See'y. Billows Falls, Deo. 23, 1867. , bl- ; , yERMONT VALLEY RAILROAD 'Coupon Jfo. 8, of the First Mortgage Bends ef th. Vermont Valley Railroad, doe April 1. If, will b. paid on and after January 2. at the office of th. Treasurer in Bellows Falls, Vermont. From th. Space of thirty days from said January 2, 18rj8, th. same coupon will be paid at the Continental a- ' tional Bank, in the city of New York. By order of the Trustees. 1 . J. II. WILLIAMS, Treasurer. v Bsllows Falls., Vt.. Dec. 19, 1867. . 82-2 HEMLOCK TIMBER.. ranted bj the Sttbsaribcr at their Hill, at tlx) month of Ra.lnn1. Hivw n . . V. Tbmhm about on.-half mils below B." t. village, loaoobl - FEET PEELED HEMLOCK LOGS . ' Persons having logs on hand eat and peeled will do well to eall upon or address SANFORD GRANGER BOW. . Bellow Falls, VL, Deo 28, 1867. . .. 62 . FRESH AND SALT FISH t ! , GROCERIES ! , THE Undersigned wauld respectfully announce to th citisene of Bellows Falls and surrounding towns that we have just reeeived. and will soaalaus ly keep oa haod, ia addition to oar v- '.. s::ivr ,-i;kit 1 '(' A Large aad Choice Seleotion ef F A M I L Y GROCER IBS ! Which they will sell Cheap for Cash. Quirk Bale ond Small ProCts, will ba our Motto, and w. rwpeetfally solicit a share f th. . pubiM pauooage. FRESH, BALT, A PICKLED FH, . ; - .-. - ' ' ' OF ALL KJirCS. s - ' ' f - - . ' AT WHOI.E8AL1 AND RETAIL. . . j . ....... ' r Oir as a Call. j l .- ' PEARCE A PEABODY. ' . ' i 'V. - i'- ' " IF TOO DOST WANT TO DTX. bat osdy a ekau fross Oray to Brows, try a aottie of WHITNEYS HAIR RESTORER. It is tlie one thing nejcdfuT. and j Hair Dreesiag Reoas of tL M. VsUXanr.