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l roauiKio rv vmoav, at jj RADFORD, VERMONT. p.WCOBBRAtr rryrlfr RATI OF AOVCRTISINOl column, om Jr, T5,00 H$tf auiuna. 40,00 laa fouifU column, 25,00 uaa equtre, one year, 8.00 (jnt aquare, three weeka, 1,50 utga InnUcce at IS oeuta pat Una for tkree SUMCBimON MATH t la adranoa, $1,50 If not paid within three montbi, V 00 i No reflation whatever from these rate yjr So paper diaooutlnued autil all nrrcar- ,$1 are paiu, except m mm vyi.vu ir m GEKErUL BUSINESS DIRECTORY J J. u. GILMAN, d Aiartioaaer, Coriuth, Vt. jOllS BAILEY", Jr., ' I,loeeod Auctioneer, Newbury, Vt. K. II. MAIUU1, jfTORf ET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, IliirOID, TURNOUT. OAoa otfr Hallett'a Store. Hyl I . H . WITT, TAILOR, l!nn, k0T. tomm Hardy' Building, in Br ar of S. tJturKo' Store. iiouici: u. ciiTinti, DKALIK I It E VT KHT ;VTI2 , njad LI.' Milt: II .A t'tnm of eTt-rv description for ul a,- lui'ir fernta on tii (.'oiitieoticul River, val .r,iiMK to location ami wmhof purcliasiT. , ,.,r; juitt onvrnd for borrowiui; or loan- on K"l E'tatt. Ale Heal Estate amoroap, timusi. "j J M. WARE. miDioai), t. illl' to Watch, iwii.jewiryiu- 1 .::ii Mr nlalru vrare, oic au.vrv. aau lanane .ouuu ,.... fir liiwr aooiu oi rncnaru oioio. J. II. IIOWK, fcKAlKK IX v v i FWmr, Cirum, ioiu, Noer, Shorn, and Uagi. MilU at South ud of Hra.ltoru. mu. r.gr made from wiulur ami ifinw fcfk .icat Vlour. loru Meal, I'rovender ,:N.jrt, all oi wmcn wm , r. nirkft pnc. for f ;ih. '-f J(K UHOIIIKH. uiDroin, crt Shilirrdou Sl l)vii' Store - .- Mr ia From ton A. M. : 12 to 1 ami I i H at liaturtlara, ftum 1 to ti 1. M. M. r 1H LHK JOMta, M. I), W, II. MMUTT, Mii;rj.i icuait ur i.h, Hoars & Blinds, CUklTUR!. TKI1MOST. CI. 011 iiKSKR.lL JOtt WOKK, . it i:anaI rt. ami ou actloa. OS'ceor ii AldueaV Kitt Factory JbinG" 5i?r'i and Licfovd .act!nr. Tortutu. vfcBMor. J. II OUHMV, ItllgKIAM AMI SfUUEOX, dtiUKUkU T t. . Huir't 11 ii! Lo- gonial altrnlion Unussat au 1 ilivc ol llie ( HOWKLL ll.l l-CU, TAILOR, Hatiooan. ri.KMonr. fi-j. u lltrrtj'i lluildiuj;. flrtt duor i t.iu II. M1KI4 111. A l. X K'VKDKU AM) SIAt'lllMsT, ill af.-rr ol AgnrulturKl Iui lui iit" baiurutu. aiiMont. '.0XVi:i.l. I'lltMltfl, i; V ANM lHI.'NStl.I.Hlt AT LAW, v i ,4 .,Ui(ar in C,i,irty, und iikioii an.l (Vrtii .t'ni. naiuroau, viumivt. i:i.i.in n I. !?. !!' KSi:U A Cl'T I NET.!:, auturuRU, (!"' m'.vriMTit. IU..I. f. CI.AUh', or BI(AtroKI, Ttl.MllNT, '.drtui-rlfiill mniiiillKli to nil l"-loli I V'.r.w tl, .,1 lli-nli.t. tli.il lo'l" (o ,orlorm all oii ri4tion M-i tuiiiiii l"iraiiii in aicoiclaiire ailh the lutrt r:"iuirau ill tUo Ki'ii'in'i1. "ifuruii-i eocilpad by Dr. A. r Aluwe. cuiiii.K.N Ki:ni, tHiUKU AUCTI ON EE II AII.Ka, VUMONT. ioiii i'ni(n. 'SOI'KIKTOK TUOTTKK UoL'tiE, naanroau, vkiimomt, UKO. K. IIHOtV.H, l'UVC MAHIKU AMI UlNKHit. II AIMIMO, l'v"7 UnilditiK, anil (,'ururr of Armory and l'ie,(4 .'. ntrt'CK, aturoan, vkimumt. ti. n. lOI.MN, t' K N K U AUCTIOKKK mt loraiuM, tt. R, HOUATK COU11TS. 1 r dfor, nutrlel, !, I0. MAI V t tt't V tt .11 I... I. ..I. I.... ..Wi.l.. Ur tlin liiKtrlot ol lliudiord, lor the """ 1 4-iw follow, lt! Jttlio I'mttet 1 louse iu Hradford, ' mil 1 uc.iliiya of Jiinuuiy, March, .y A uii!t, IniM. ;!l" 1 Intel in Fast Corinth, on ij.l Tuf .iluya uf Krlnuiii y, July, hep- . AivniiNr, i".'. Newbury House, Newbiiry, 'l.V' ""i! '''"'""'ajaof Jiiim, ami OctoU'r, Vlll I IRr ln AIIKUPl, inw, i ii- lieL'inlei'' I lilli'i-W'i'Ml t'nir. ifi'woiiilTuriiilavlu Dniiilmr, IHiiH, ,J"""1 '"IT ill April, nud laid ' " ""I'UmiiIht, .niill, ALVAH MKAf, ttefieter National Opinion. VOLUME 4 Republican State Convention. A Republican Uuiou State Con- rentioa will be held at Rutland, ou Wednesday, Juue lGtb, 1809, at 11 oclock A. 51., to nominate candi dates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Treasurer, to be sup ported at the State election in Sep tember next. The Republican Union voters of this State will bo represented in the Convention by their delegates, to be chosen on the basis of one dele gate from each town, and an addi tional one frt each one hundred and lifty votes cast for the Repub lican candidate for Governor at the last State election. Delegates will provide themselves with proper credentials signed by the secreta ries of the resrx live primary meet ings. (1. W. Granny, C. V. WlLLAKD, REDEIELD l'ROCTOH R. 1). Harris, Repub. Roswkll Farnham State S. E. Pingree, Com (1. (1. Rknedict, W. W.Gkoi:t. I). R. IU1LEY,' Democratic State Convention. The Democrats of Vermont are requested to send delegates to a State Con vention to be held at uiontpelier, ou Thursday, June 17, IStiS, at 11 o'clock A. IM., to noiiii nate candidates for State ollicers. l!y a resolution of the last State convention each town will 1m; enti tled to one delegate, and to an ad ditional one for each fitty jrotes or the larger fraction of fifty votes for the Democratic candidates for Governor at the last State election. II. U. Smith, ) J. M. Weeks, Dem. IIittAM Atkins, J State. (V. W. Aiken, I Com. (t. A. Simmons, j An important decision has been made by the supreme Court of In diana. In 'in , l Sil!, a man sent a package of government bonds to the value of ?L'l,0(M with the Ad ams Express company in Indianap olis, to be sent to himself at Wal duin, asinall town ou the Cincin ciunati railroad, lie was not at the place- to leceive the bonds, ami the agent having made au inetVec tual attempt to deliver them, depos ited (hem in the best sate in town. The Company did a small business there and hail no sate. The p.-'vate sate m which the bonds were placed was broken open and robbed. The owner of the bonds sued the com pany to recover, but the court held that the consignee knew the cir cumstances of the company in the .own and was not on nana to re ceive the bonds when he knew they would arrive, and the company was no longer liable as a common car rier. Tin: Two A rru E n t ic i's. Two 1 boss weie apprenticed in a carpen ter's shop. One determined to make himself a thorough work-nan ; the other didn't care. One read and studied, and go' books that would help him to understand the principles of his tiade. lie spent his evenings at home reading. The other liked fun best. He often went with other shop boys to have a irood time. Come, he often said to his shop mate, leave your books; go with us. What's the use of all this reading! If I waste these golden moments, was the boys answer, 1 shall lose w hat I caii'nevei make up. While the boys were yet nppren tices, au oiler oi' two thousand dol lars appeared in the newspaper for the best plan or a State House, to Is- built in one of the eastern states. Tin studious boy saw the adver tisement and delei mined to try fjf it. After careful study he drew out his plans, and sent them to the com mittee. We suppose he did not really expect to gain the prize but still he thought there is noth ing like trying. In about u week afterward!i a gentleman arrived at the carpenter's shop, and asked if au architect by the name of Wash ington Wilbei force lived there. No, Haiti the architect; but I've got an apprentice by that name. Let's sec him, said the gentleman. The young man wan summoned, and informed that his plan was no cepted, nud that the two thousand dollars were his 1 The gentleman then u!d that the boy must put up the building; nd his employer was so proud of his hiicccss that he willingly gave him his time and let him go. The studious young car iieutei' became one of the Hi st archi tects of the country. He made fortune, and stands high in the es teem ol everylxMly i while his fel low apprentice can hardly earn food 1.i..,.W I... tilit tnilt- lattnlv BRADFORD, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JUNE II, 18G9. Nobody's Luggage The scene is a huge dock ware house ou Kugland's great highway to the East and West, where, com ing in fiorn the bustle aud the sun shine, and the fresh air of the docks, one is impressed with a strange stillness and gloom. The air is fluf fy with very old dust, and the bi;j motes, rioting in sunbeams that fa. I through heavily grated windows, move sluggishly and gravely. No busy iorters nor self important cus tom house officials are here, yet the place is heaped and piled and strewn with luggage Nobody's luggage iu value many thousand pounds' worth. Why don't the ow ners fetch it away T Nobody knows, and No body cares, and and as it lielougs tb Nobody, Nolxidy knows best Much of this unclaimed luggage has been here live years and more; still, Nobody asks for it, save iu rare in stances, and then Nobody often re fuses to redeem it by paying the warehouse charges which have ac cumulated on Nobody's goods. These goods have either )eeu wrong ly addressed, or not addressed at all ; or improperly ail vised, or not advised at all; or the consignee is dead or bankrupt, or won't pay the dock dues on them; and here they are in IkjikI and keeping for six years' imprisonment. The dock au thorities have power to sell gocsls unclaimed alter two years to reim burse themselves; but it answers their purpose better to let Nobody's luggage "eat its head oil"" iu charges, as they put it; so that if Nobody should ever turn up after the goods are sold, he may get nothing. With this iew the unclaimed luggage is examined from time to time, ;. ml ticketed with the marges incurred for storing to date. Those packages are then selected on w hich the dock company's lien for dues being con sidered equal to the value of the goods, their heads may be supposed to be eaten otT, uud they are otleied for sale by auction. A strange assortment is nobody's luggage. One would have expected aiming so much unclaimed property to have found one or two umbrellas yearning to be restored to the arms of their long lost and rightful guard ians. Rut no not even a stick of one. Where do they all go to stray umbrellas I They do not en ter here "Nobody" hasn't got them. What did nobody intend to do with that five hundred weight of caoutchouc! (the dock porters call it " kachook'' for short don't laugh at his ignorance Knowls and Smart, the auctioneers, call it "ko chuk"); ami w hy don't he take it away, aud rub out the score Nobody sent twenty serous of Sy rian tea without address or bill of lading. Theie it is in the great skin packages iu the warehouse. No body's tea has been waiting for him for six years: will the man ne er come to his tea, or has he gone for good to his bier There is indigo in nr.umls ol buf falo hide, a ton of it, i! it has been here seven years, and may stop here 'till all is 'bill'." before 'it will be claimed. 1 Will Nobody ever come to fetch the ivory tusks, near a dozen of i them, in canvas packages, which j were sent to his order from the 15ra zils "a long time ago I'' Or, if he has not remitted payment for them, j and short of funds, why does No I body not come and claim the box of gold dust, marked aud numbered . P.ut, no; this is a dock secret. Aha, Mr. Nobody! you prick your ears. I'utold riches which nobody knows await you here, and the, best and the worst of it is Nobody can claim them. However, it will be long before the box of gold dust "eats it head oil"' in charges; so, set your w its to work. At the time ot the dearth in the cotton supply, when many thought ful minds turned their attention to seeking a substitute for cotton, a sclent ilic man brought home from the West Indies au immense quan tity of queer looking roots. They are very libious, and fray out into strands stronger than Max, ami as soft and as shining us silk itself. Hut when he came back, the war was over in America, and the cot ton supply promised better, so he relinquished his project, and left his roots in "pound" for the docks dues. There they remain to this day. At the far end of the warehouse j is an Immense pile of chairs no body's chaiis. Hundreds, almost thousands of them. These are "deck chairs," w hich the home pas sengers by the I'eiiiiisular ami Ori cntal steamboats bought for the passage home, and have prclerrctl to he relieved from, rather than pay the sixpence dock titles ou some thing so awkward to carry about as a deck chair. They are of all shapes ami sizes ami sorts. American, French, and Indian bamboo, birch, rattan, wire and cane. They will neruuitilate, and no matter how of ten the storehouse is cleared of them, there i always n pile. Here are sea-chests, too, Itching ing to seamen sent to the dot ks to bo left lor seamen who never come. The chests wait iu the bag gage warehouse, till all hoiu is gone uml when the time for hope is past without inquiries, they come up horedeHd men' ch ctawt of orphan, homeless sailor men aud boys, with the Foreign Bible Socie ty's Bible in them, aud uo cue to inquire even for that till the judg ment day. At the last sale of nobody's un claimed luggage, among other stray strange thing that were put up for sale was a bandbox containing guess ! a wedding bonnet ! There it hatl stayed in the musty old ware house for nearly seven years. The label had been washed oil', and there was no direction aud no clew to sender or destination, so it be came Nobody's luggage. Every box is opened by the authorities before goiug into the unclaimed warehouse, aud au inventory care fully taken of its contents. One item iu this bandbox, however, es caivd the scrutiny of the examiner. The bouuet was taken out and dis played by the auctioneer white silk aud white tulle aud white lilies it had been once. Now it was all soiled aud yellow a poor, sad, drabbled thing, and of a fashion long gone by. A laboring man bid two shillings for it, and got it, and was jeered for buy ing it. Rut ou taking it home, he found sewed up in the bonnet's crown a sovereign aiul there words ou the hit of paper that wrapped it up: "A wedding present to my dear Allie." Who waa"Allie!" Had she expected the present seven years before f Were there tears that it did not coiuef or would there have been more if it had f And was she mar ried to Nobody, after all f and now, is she Nobody's Oride I Chamber1 Journal. Newspapers in New York.- During the past thirty-live years no less than litfy live daily papers have been started iu the city of New Yotk, lived for a short tin e and then died for want of adequate support after having sunk millions of dollars. And many of them tried the experi ment at a time when it did not cost a tithe of the sum to carry on a dai ly paper which it costs at the pies cut time. A French Election Proclam ation. That the ollicials in France understand the art of effective elec tioneering may be seen from the following election proclamation re cently issued by the Prefect of Nesmes : "I reeoiuend to yon Mio official candidate, M. (iranierde Cassaguae. lie may have possibly committed mistakes, but to vote for him is to vote for the Emperor. There is still another candidate, M. Jules Favre, the great orator, and a man of high character. Rut to vote for him is to vote for the revolution. Sad Case. At the New York Court of General Sessions, last week, si beautiful young woman named lichccca Fitch, the daugh ter of wealthy parents, was ou tri al tor stealing wearing apparel and jewelry of the value of $(l!l. She was dressed in deep mourning, was in tears, and her appearance was well cab ulated to awaken pity. Yet she had liecn twice previously imprisoned for theft once iu the State prison and once iu the peni tentiary and ran away from he penitentiary with and married young Fitch, the son of the keeper. Her father despairing of her, and physicians deciding that t-lie was not a kleptomaniac, but simply vicious, the com t, upon leeching the jury's verdict of guilty, sen tenced her to the State prison for three years. Walter P.rown has just built in lioston the lightes: wood wherry ever constructed thirty feet by ten and one-hall inches, and weighing only nineteen pounds. Portsmouth, N. II., is taking ic live measures to get a public park. Subscriptions are being secured and the plan contemplates one of the finest parks iu New England. The 'Fat Contributor' of the Cin ciuiiati Times boasts of hit gram mar iu the following strain : 'If there is anything we pride my self on more than anollicr it is gramnier. Correctness in language arc things we Uiastiil', and we defy nobody io have any Haws in it been picked.' The Indians call "Creei.l.ig Panther." Gen. Custar .Mr. Seward's Washington resi dence is to bo used as a hoarding house. Fred Douglass has applied for a cadetship iu the naval academy for his youngest sou. An exchange says workmen nre getting to be as steady us clock work in their strikes. It has been suggested that the junction town on the Pacific rail road lie enllt'd, 'Spike.' A Western critic wishing to say the handsome thing about Parepn Rosa, calls her ft wash tub lull of melody. ThoRritish iol offlcfl contem. plates following America by reduc lug the rat of uewnpapr postage. Cattle on foot, suitable for beef, are only bringing six ceuts, gross, in the -St. Paul (Min.) market. The first prize at the Versailles ra ces of the Paris Velocinede Club was won by au American. A largo portion of the estate of the late Raron Rothschilds was in vested iu Uuitcd States bonds. The Druid lodges of the State of Wisconsin propose establishing mu tual life insurance companies. Goats are so numerous and preda tory in St. Louis that the papers are writing about the 'goat nui sance.' It is thought that the production of grapes iu the middle states this season will be very much larger than ever before. Gen. Giant's house iu Quincy, Illinois, was lately entered aud rob bed. The American system of. cotton culture is very successful iu Vene zuela. Another London clerk has embez zled 40,000 and absconded. New York has a society for the relief aud proteet'oii of poor stran gers. New York pays a million of dol lars for municipal salaries. The wife of a farm laborer iu Sut ton N. II., is said to have come in to a fortune ot $300,(100. Andrews, the New York rioter, who was scut out of court last week by Justice Dowliug, is going to try to compel the judge to admit him to practice. The girl Addioson, who has been lying at Riverstone, lngiami, in a state ol unconsciousness and with out food since October last, has at length, to the astonishment of the medical men regained conscious ness, and commenced talking and eating. Her body was reduced to a mere skeleton, but she seems to be daily improving, and there, is reason to hope that she will ulti mately recover. Rhode Island farmers have learn ed a new use for cat off hoop skirts ; they hang them up on pol"s in theii fields to scare away the crows, for w hich it is said they are admirably adapted . At South Hadlev, a few days ago, in repairing the old Minister Ua, es place, in the chimney on the second floor was found an entrance opening into an unused closet, and in this ov en like place were found two smok ed hams that were iu a perfect state of preservation, and had been there over fifty years. At St. Louis not long ago, a coup le of rural individuals were walking along the levee. Some of the sewer mor.ihs were exposed, and a few of the smaller ones weie broken down so that they looked like natural springs. One of the country men, who was walking iu front of the other, suddenly jailed out : ' Look a here, Jim ; here's another spring. ' Well.gaul darn it,' replied Jim, 'if the water is no better iu this one than iu the last one, I don't want a drink from it.' In reply to a question as to the comparative value of the ashes of different kinds of wood, J. A. Whit ney of the New York Farmers' Club, said, of trees commonly used asfuel, none contain so much potassa as the elm. l.cccli is rich in potassa, snd so is black walnut, Pine, on the other hand, contains so little that its iiNhcsare not worth saving. Oak has eight per cent., of potassa but a large amount of lime. Ashes vary iu weight with the moisture they contain. If a bushel weighs twenty the pounds, cue buys iu it from two to live pounds ot cat It. mate of potassa, when the wood is hard. For agricultural uses oak wood ash is as good as any on account of the lime it contain; for potash, elm, beech, birch and maple should be chosen. Tin: WAR in Cciia, Accounts from revolutionary sources state that the Spanish troops have been driven out of Itayamo, ami Villains eda, theircomauder, captured. A severe engagement took place near Puerto Padre ou the Kit h, iu w hich a force of Spaniards carry ing provis ions to Tunas were defeated with u great loss and were compelled to ghe up their designs for the relief of the town. The insurgents claim this as another great victory. They have dctcrini icd to keep the Span iards ou the seaboard, ami thus ronqicl the surrender of the inland towns by stars ing them out. Coal is getting sen ice in Havana uud the government will probably lay an em bargo ou all in the island. Two hundred Spanish troops have died of cholera, ami most of the remain tlerare reported shoeless ami discon tented. The progressive Democrats of Ohio, who control its Legislature, have refus.'d to repeal the statute, made a yenr ago, which disfranchis es all students of tho schools nud colleges in the nUt, NUMBER 1. In tho Illinois state penitentiary there are over 100 convicts, the largest number confined iu any one prison in tho world. An ex-Mayor of Norfolk. Va.. was severely cowhided last week by a young woman whoso reputa tion for chastity he hud slandered. A thuuder storm at Atchison, Kan., on the 21th inst., scattered a house to atoms, and threw one of the inmates 200 feet away, without fatal results. Farmers in Minnesota are pay ing twenty lour per cent, interest for money to hold their wheat, not wishing to take eighty or eighty live cents for it. An 'ugly club' has been organized appropriately, at Indianapolis, Ind. The initiation fee is 3, ami the ugliesst man will be its president for the ensuing year. Jay Gould, James Fisk, Jr., and others, have sued the New York Times for libel, laying the damages at one million dollars. This is the biggest libel suit ou the carpet at present, A source of apprehension to government employees is now re moved by the President's proclama tion, which declares that the pay for eight hours' labor shall be the same as for ten hours. Use no evasions when called up on to do a good thing, nor excuse when you are reproached for doing a bad one. A Western railroad engineer, who has lately left the business out of regard ior his personal safety, savs that the road consists of 'the right ot way and two streaks of rust.' The story that Fisk had stopped his suits against the Kcpublican and the Trioune is now denied, and those papers are happy again. One hundred ami sixty-four steamers have been destroyed ou the western rivers since September lstlT; !! burned, 101 sunk, and it exploded. -New loric terry thieves nave a eheived the lent of stealing the boots from a sleeper iu tho cabin. A New Orleans gambling house claims that it has lost 3!I,0II0 the past season, and claims the 'protec tion of the law. ' The cit ijtens of Newport It. I. ,are building a spleuded row boat for Miss Ida Lewis, t he heroine of the Lime Rock light house. It is said that a couple of French and English iron clads are to race to decide a bet between Lord Lyons and Marshal Nfel. Most of the Cubans w ho paraded Rroadway, New York, a lew weeks iioi with white. Panama hats and heavy overcoats, have mysteriously disappeared. A Party of 130 persons is reported to be coming Ironi San Francisco, over the Paciliu railroad, to lioston, to attend the peace jubilee. The. London Bible Sociity has given away two hundred thousand copies of the Gospel and live mil lion tracts iu Spair Farmers in Minnesota arc paying twenty four per cent, interest on theii money to hold their wheat, not w ishing to take eighty oreighly live cents ft r it. inimencc schools of tlsh w i re seen by the pilots of the Sound steamers last y inlay niglit. 1 lie water seem ed to oe nicraiiv anve wiiu mom. An ex-Mayor of Norfolk , Va. was severely cownnied last wcck n.v a young lady whose reputation for chasity he had slandered . Among the persons to be disc'inrg ge 1 1 1 mi tiie li.iiiamore pos'.viiiicc. at the close of the present month, is one who has been iu charge of the newspaper mails for the last Ihity years. Fatal Accident. Henry Iiixby', I'ireuiaii ou the freight train from Mellows Falls over the ll'itl.uid rail road, was instantly killed at the canal bridge near l'rocloisville, last Saturday morning t the time ol the accident he was , lug, on tin top ol the train, lioni me engine to tho saloon car to partake of his breakfast. Hit was sir. irk by the limbers of tin1 bridge, and knocked oil" the train into the water, whcie his lifeless body wa found soon lif ter by the train hands. The deceas ed was a highly respected ,o;iiig lna-i, and leaves numcious relatives to mourn his loss. He was about 27 years of age. There appears to be a singular fatality at lending the biidges along this road between Proclorsvlle and Chester, some the or six persons having lost their liven by coming In contact with them during the past few years ; mill it would seem to be high time that the low roofs were removed, or raised. Free 'm. Au ugly club ' has been oganized appropriately , at lmliimaHilis , 1 ml. The initiation lee is $3, and the ugliest man will bo its president tor tli niauing year , . 'OPINION' 10B PRINTING - KMrrVUI.IHIIIElNTE? JOB PRINTNQ, or every deu-nptioa, iuteil m the bee uutuner, and on ibnrt notice. We have fwili tie for doiux Job Woi k which maid o do many kind, of work at lowr priw than are charged at uiot country uoicua.aad oar prioea for all kiuda of Job fruiting are tuodcrttte. Ordcra by w'l promptly attended to. Addreae all onlera to D. W. conB. Bradford. Tt, Tli ere aro fiften yacht cluds in England , which give employment to over one thousand persons , and affords amusment aud healthful rec reation for several thousand. . ' Congregationalism lifts Lad a rap pid growth iu Illinois . Tweutf-tivo years ago there were less than a score of churches of this denomin ation, and there are now two hun dred auil fitty. Fewer buildings will be erected this summer iu New York city than for several years past, uot moo than 1250 to ll'JO, ag dust 2112 put year. negro rtoctw in Georgia prescrib ed for a rheumatic old woman that she should bury all her husband's money under a stone iu the gardeu. She did so, aud though tho rheu matisim didu't vanish, the money did. Fruit growers iu Maine will, by a law passed by the last Legislature, he i r jtected trom fruit thieves. 1 ho law is a tine ot &20 nnd JO days imprisonnie.it'. The owner has tho power to arrest such trespassers. The New York Xation Kays that ' The Equal Rights association, dur ing its recent anniversary, probably diil more to bring di sendit on tho female suffrage movement than all its enemies put together could do Iu ten years.' Two men, sent to the Michigan State prison last w inter for burglary have just had a new trial, proved an alibi and were released, while tho real criminals have confessed. They were lirst convicted oi: the positive evidence and identification o! twenty witnesses. A negro barber who was shot through the front part of tho brain by the bursting ot his gun, a few weeks ago, near Conuersville, lnd., is still living and will get well. The piece of tho barrel which passed through the brain was four inches long and one and a quarter inch iu width. Tho third Auditor is looking into the accounts of those ofllcers of tho army who are charged on his books with bullanccs due the Government. Some forty seven ollicers who de serted the rebel armies are request ed to advance tho balance charged against them. When Ferdimind tho Second, of Naples, betler known as King Rom ha first heard of railroads, he gave it as his opia ou that 'hey were au invention of the devii. ami that uouo of them should ever U constructed iu his States. His confessor had finally to remonstrate iu the most urgent manner with him in order to obtain his consent to the building of the first railroad iu Naples, and even then he raised all kinds of ob stacles while the work was Iu pro gress. Innocence A young lady at Troy while engaged in con vers ition witli a gentleman a few days since, spoke of having resided in St. Louis. 'Was St. Louis your native place!' inquired the gentleman. 'Well yes part of the time,'jesponded tho lady. I'ariagut is sick m New York of au acute neuralgic affection of tho optic nerve, and for the last few days has been confined to his bed. His later symptoms are better. Hon. V.. S. Allen, of Fairhaven. Vt., (Manufacturer of the celebrated Kerosene Sales.) wrctes as follows to Messrs. iveyes A. Co., Newbury, Vt. Gr.NTLKMKN : Last spring I be came alllictcd w ith a severe cough. As is usual iu such cases, I gave it little heed at. first. I grew worse and al leugt h became alarmed, and commenced doctoring. I took nil of lln domestic medicines which prom ised relief. 1 procured many eisigh remedies which had won for themselves names iu advertising columns, but no relief cimc. I grew so weak as to be almost unable toattend to bus-iucs-i. Then 1 remembered that al most 20 years Is loie, Carter's Com pound Pulmonary Jtalsam, was a standard and sin ssful remedy for Coughs and Colds iu my father's fam ily, but for many years it had been out of our market, rrociiring ironi my fat her the names ot the propri etors, I iininedinti ly ordered -J doz en of the Kabam to conquer hy num bers, if by uo other means Upon its receipt, 1 carried two bottles to my house, nnd opening another, placed it in my Office desk, I took small doses before retiring, nnd nie.iU, ami when at other times 1 commenced coughing. To my as tonishment, before two bottles were used, my cough was entirely gone. Upon my recommendation, others have since used tho lialaivai, with marked success. 'ours very truly, Edward s. Allen.. Democratic fusileers will have it that there is to bo a clnt'ifw In th Cabinet right a way. Tito wish Is father to the thought, with theso chapn. Rut we'll bet if there it a change there won't be much comfort , in it lor tlleVring IiiMU'ncy.