LOCAL AND STATE ITEMS.
H vt o cjm-avor to m:ilce '1 nu Calukinmn Taluaule
for M l"cal iieir3; and our friemlj iu Caledonia, Essex and
Orleam rountii-a will couftr a t'reat favor to us aud
add very materially to the iutereKt of the paper by eeudiiiB
ur lociil iteina ia a bricf, lesitile fonn.
The Caledonia is the only paper
pnnteu m Caledonia Countv this week we
hope our rcaders duly appreciate it.
See notice of a welcome to the return
ing soldiers, in another column.
W e learn that Mr. John M. Hancock
has purtfhased the old Union school house
on Sumnier street.
The directors of the Passumpsic Bank
burned SG,uOO of tlieir bUls last Saturday,
anu uiere are mineen tliousand yet unre-
The uueartlilv drone that issues from
Fairbanks village moininj, noon andni?lit,
conies from a new steani goug which the
Jlessrs. Fairbanks liave put upou their
ehops. It is " tremenjus."
Tiie trade between Messrs. Burbank
and T. Ii. Fairbanks u slumped," and the
liouse stands as it was.
As the Fourtli appioached, horses
eeemetl to take on a larger liberty. There
were two more runaways iu this village on
Friday and Saturday, with a narrow escape
tor two ladies. A last horse may be desir
able under certain eircumstances, but the
kind that take to sidewalks with broken
thills playing about their sides like drum
sticks, are not in demand just now.
Eightj'-seven inches of snow fell here
last winter, distributed as follows : Nov., 3
inches; Dec., 31; Jau., 234; Feb., 13;
Mareh, 9; April 0; making in all sevenfeet
and three inches. In the winter of '61-2
over twelve feet of snow fell, and no rain.
The bills of the White Mountain Baiik
at Lancaster are thrown out by the Xation
al Bank of Redemption at Boston. It is
uuderstood that the bank coinmissioner has
closed the bank because of an over-issue of
from thirty to forty thousand dollars. It is
thought the bills will be redeemed some
tiine. Thuy are rathcr plenty in this sec
tion, and holdei s areanxious for that "good
Rev. L. 0. Brastow gave a very enter-
taming report of the doings of the National
Council of Congregationah'sts held at Bos
ton, to a union meetiug in the North Church
last Sabbath evening. Judging from his
report and the accouuts in the papers the
oceasion was one ot the deepest interest,
the results of which will be felt for good
for many years.
Mr. Editor: Perhaps a line in regard
The Vergennes Vermonter
to how our national holiday was celebrated changed hands ; Mr. Wra. G. Cambridge In .cnmpliance with orders from the Surgeon
at Newport may beof interest to the read- m0rmC'G a itor and $Z
ers of the Cal., therefore I give vou a brief
account. The day opened rather lowery,
but by 10 o'cloek the rain had ceased, and
and people from all parts of the county be
gan to couie in, so that by noon the streets
were crowded. At two o'cloek the extra
train, consisting of sixteen cars filled to
their utmost capacity, arriyed. A large
number of excursionists also came up on
the steamer " Mountaiu Maid." It is esti-
mated by good judges that there were from
eight to ten thousand people in town during
the day. Imrnediately on the arrival of the
train the steamer started for the Mountain
Ilouse, with as many as couldgetonboard.
Arriving there, the hungry crowd were
compelled to wait some two hours for diu-
ner; at last it was ready, and such aa af
fair! At the Memphremagog Park there
was a large crowd to witness the races.
Owing to a three days rain, thetrack was
uot in very good order; but there was fine
trottingnevertheless. Mike Lark's horse.
"Danville Boy," took the first purse of
125. " Pete " Mclntyre's horses, "Lady
Rode-ers," "Cauadian Belle," " Kangaroo "
and uLady Lightfoot," won the second,
tlurd, fourth and lifth purses respectively
Ot course there were a few druuken row-
dies present, disgusting all decent people
with their actions, but the mauagers of the
Park used every endeavor to keep order
and please the public, and I think they did
it. At the Memphremagog House every
one who chose to eat was fed, and icell fed
too ; and many more could have beeu ac
conimodated. In the village there were
several small flghts and knock-downs be
tween pugnacious foreifirners the natural
cousequence of their imbibing Canada whis-
key. Ou the return of the steamer to this
lace the train started for VT. R. Junction,
with its load of passengers, andby dark the
village had regained its wonted quiet.
Newport, Juhj 5, 18G5
The Day We Celebrate.
The Fourth at St, Johnsbury was a quiet
atlair. Ailer it was too late for a general
celebi atiou, a few uudertook to get up a
village pic-nic. There was so much indif
ferenee (at least) on the part of many even
to an enterlainineiit of this Idnd, that this
was finally abaudoned. Notwithstanding
there was no celebratiou, a large number
ft om Railroad street had a pic-nic on the
island in accordance with the origiual pro
gram. There were also several smaller
gatherings in groves about ; and the usual
amount of jowder and fire-crackers were
burned by Young America. Through the
eilbrts of this latter individual our people
are indebted for a very creditable display
of lire works tn the evening. There was
such a demand on the market that no large
pieces could be obtained at the time of or
dering, but ordinary kinds werepurehased,
and bai ring a slight accident, all went off
ACCIDEXTS AND INCIDENTS.
During the exhibition of flre works here
a Boman candle exploded in the right hand
of Mr. Sivester Day, lacerating the llesh,
and it is feared that amputation of the fore
linger will be found necessary. Mr. Day is
a moulder at Messrs. Fairbauks Wm.
McFadden and wife were among the excur
sionists from this place to Newport. At the
latter plaee McFadden imbibed some of the
villainous rot gut so plenty there, aud as a
natural cousequence became very excited
and quarrelsome. Ile became so violent
towards his wife that an acquaintauce took
her under his pi otection on the cars home.
This did not prevent thebrute of a husband
l'rom abusing and insulting her to to the ex
tent words could do it. The wife reached
the boarding house lirst, and sought the
protectiou of friends, as she feared for her
life. McFadden soon eame in threatening
the lite of herhehad sworn to protect and
cherish. One of the other boarders remon
strated, when McF. fell upon him and
Unocked hini down stairs. The drunken
brute was linally takeu care of, but we
know of uo steps being taken to protect his
'.ife, and some fear she will receiveviolence
at his hands. as he is very savage and
thi eatens her life. McFadden is a quiet
mau and excellent workman wheu sober.
His wife has a good name, and their beau
tiful little boy, some four years old, is ad
mired by every one who kiiows him.
There is no prettier child in town. Such is
tlie family that the demon of intemperance
comes in to destroy. This is all we have
against Newport : maddening, murderous.
life and heaith destroying poison is sold
there freely and openly. Each hotel has
its bar where intoxicating liquor is dealt
out; and we have yet to learn of the first
attempt by its citizens to bring the trans
gressors of the law to justice.
We learn that Burt's block in Springfield,
Mass., was burned the night of the Fourth,
having been set on fire by the fire works
during the exhibition.
The celebration the 4th at this place was
a great success. Hon. Thomas Bartlett
was the orator of the day. No accident
.Several of our citizens went to the Capi-
tal to celebrate the 4th. They represeut the
oceasion there as great beyond precedent in
the State. An immense crowd was present,
and no accident oceurred; and what is more
strange. and greatly to the eredit of the
place. there was no liquor sold openly and
as a cousequence, no drunkenness and
rowdyism exhibited. The fire works were
called the most extensive in variety and
brilliant iu appearanee of any ever brought
iuto the State.
Life of President Lincoln.
An ageut is now in the county can-
vassing for Dr. Holland's book on the Life
of President Lincoln. Dr. Holland's well
earned and well kHOwn literary fame is a
suflicient guaranty to us that this book will
be one of the most valuable memoirs of our
late beloved President that will be publish-
ed. Dr. H's. eulogy at the time of Mr.
Lincoln's death was cousidered one of the
best things that that terrible eveut brought
out. ne imrnediately went to Illinois to
gather incidents counected with Mr. Lin
coln's early history, aud we are sure the
book he will write will be a valuable acqui
sitiou to the history of our country.
Shull We Ilavc a Battery?
We understand that the adjutant general
has oftered St. Johnsbury two guns. all
necessary equipments, and the same amount
of uniform as is furnished for iufantry, pro
ided the requisite number of meu are rais
ed to organize a section of a battery at this
place. The minimuin uumber of men re
quired is 3.) the maximum 51. The ofler
of these guns is made iu response to their
solicitation by several of our citizens who
think it desirable that a seclion be loeated
here. If the men are not foi thconiiug im
rnediately the guns will be given some oth
er town, as we understaiid there are many
applicants. We should have mentioned
that the men will be required to iuruish
horses without expense to the state unless
called into actual service.
More Fires ut Island Pond.
Besides the lire at Island Pond on Satur
day, of which mendon was made in last
week's paper, a railroad bridge was burned
just north of the Pond on Monday, and
Tuesday another woodshed was bunied,
together with some 1(100 cords of wood.
This shed was on the opposiie side of the
new engine liouse from the one burned on
Saturday, and in close proximity to a line
of buildings that exteuded direct to one of
the hotels. The engine house was damaged
a few huudred dollars worth, but, through
the exertions ot the citizens, pioiiiinent
among whoui were Messrs. G. W. Noyes
and 0. W. Pierce, tlie latter an old Maine
lireman, the contlagratiou was stayed and
other property saved.
The Valley It. It. Accident.
There was only one life lost in the acci
dent to the night train near Dummerston
last week. Geo. Ii. Grant of Northfield
was killed. He had served out his time in
the 8th regiment. Six of the soldiers who
were most severely iujured have been con-
veyed to the hospital and are doing well.
Their names and injuries are as follows:
Albert Kimball. Co. G. 10th Vt.. head
slightly bruised; Tliomas D. Sprague, E,
10th, back and foot bruised ; Wm. H. Mont
gomery, E, 10th, shoulder bruised; Joseph
W. Calhoun, K, 10th, thigh fractured; Ja-
bez P. Reed, D, 11th, body bruised; Obed
Stanhope, A, 8th, ancle sprained.
Our exchanges are chronicling a great
many deaths by drowning these days, not a
few of which occur from the imprudence of
boys while bathing. Boys, you cannot be
too careful. Eddie Eyan, a bov of 1?
years, at Vergennes, was drowned one day
last week. He was bathing and went be
yond his depth The two following we
lind in the Bellows Falls Times : Freddie
Chamberlin, a boy ten years old. son of
Dana Chamberlin of Brattleboro, was
drowned in the Connecticut river, Friday
afternoon. The boy accidentally dropped
some mouey into the water, and trying to
get it again, lell in, no one but little bovs
being near. . . . A little girl of four years of
age, (laugmer ot lr. C. P. Hudson, of
CamDndgeport, Vt., was di-owned in the
canal which carries the water to thefactory.
Her brother, a young man of some eighteeu
or twenty years, was about leaving home
for Putney, and in sweet innocence aud
child-like affection, she said she woulcl get
him some flowers, and went back of the
liouse near the bank to search for some.
She was found only a few moments after in
the canal, aud though all restoratives were
applied that could be of any use, it was too
late. . . .Last Sunday morning Mr. Michael
Mack of New Haveu, Vt. and one of his
sous, started together to take a walk by the
river; the son it appears went in to bathe,
but being unable to swim sank. Tlie father
weut to his rescue, but being also unable to
8wiui, both were drowned.
In Bupert a week or two since a scamp
named Youlen tied a bundle of straw to a
horse's tail and set it on fire. The horse
ran of course, but did not escape severe
burning, and three other horses taking
fnght ran away too.
A number ofriotouB nnlrH
lington hospital tiied to rescue a soldier
irom the guard Monday and were so rough
about it that the ofilcer in charge, Lt.
Underwood of the
his revolver, killing one man and wounding
uuuLnvi. auo guaiuai me uobuiiai nas
Vknsin Al 1
uwu aucuyiueueu since.
A Foot Bace. An excitinsr race took
place at Derby Line onThursdav alternooa
A Boston sinuggler named Adams, had
been arrested at Island Pond, charged with
vioiaung me unueci states revenue laws
and was at his own request brought to Der
by Lmetoeee a legal ffentleman. While
staudiupr on the verandah of Nelson's store
with the officer in charsre. he took a flvinsr
leap and started for Canada and liberty, the
surprised sheriff in close pursuit. The race
was short but fast, the " fugitive " winning
Dy a length. Stanstead Journal.
Mr. Gilbert Peck of Fairhaven was found
dead in his field, with his head restinjc upon
a stone, and his hoe lying by his side. He
apparently died without a struggle.
Mr. Hiram Taylor of Berlin, comraitted
suicide by hanging himself in his shed on
Sunday afternoon, June 25th. Mr. Taylor
was a quiet, industrious and respected citi-
zen, and must have been labonng under
temporary aberration of mind, or great de
pression of spirit, caused bv necuniarv em
Darrassments,,wnen ne comnutted the fatal
act. He ,vas about 65 years of age and had
One man in tryiner to escane from the
wrecK ot the railroad accident at Putney
came near cuttinff his tnroat. He had
thrust his head out of the window of a car,
which kept up a sawiner motion caused bv
the water, and the broken glass nearly cut
A boy named Geo. Shaw iumped from a
railroad train near Ludlow on Saturday, to
get his hat, w hich had blown from his head.
ile was ot course badly bruised, and may
De inanKiui ne was not killed outnght.
" Strikinff ile " is nothhur new for Ver
mont shepherds. Asa Hazen of Hartford
sheared 20 pounds of wool from a three
years old bpanish meriuo buck recently.
Major General Lewis A. Grant has crone
loine to Hartland, lookinf finely, after lus
severe duties in the fight that ended in the
captiu-e of Lee and his armv.
Keeimrntal Distrint. will m) .t h Trt. tt.ii
m St. Johnsbury, on Tuesday, July 25, 1865, at
a ii nucn. a .h , mr me purpose of examimng all
enrolleil :ncn, resident within the limits nf the
Sixth Rcgimental District and not members of
the orgamzea militia, who shall claim to be ex
empt from the performance of military duty by
xL-a&uu ui pujsicai mnrmity.
GATES B. BULLARD. M T).. ANDRF.W J
HYDE, M. D.t Board of Medical Esaminers for
bixtn Keginiental District.
St. Johnsbury, Vt., July 4, 18C5. 5S-59
Whiskors ! Wliiskers ! Do vou want whis
kers or mouclit.ichej ! Our (Jreclan C'ompoui.d will Ibrce
lliein to srow on tlie smootliest lace or cliin. or halr on
baldhcads. in .Six Weeks. Price, $1.00 3 packaKes Tor
S-'.W. St-nt bj-niall any where, clo.-ely sealeil, on recelpt
01 pncc. Auuress, WAKXKB & UO.
t Aioo isox lii, Brooklyn, N. X.
HU.VXKWEi.L'S TOI.U ANOUTXK. Thereal iippps.
sityorttilsspleiKiiapreparation was two foM. aml well
has It proved how this necessity has been met. To have
a true and natural opiate for all cae. of loss of sleep.and
nervous ilebility. and ;uitl-pa-,moilic tor all neuraigl ,
rheuraatlc. k'oui, hysteru. paraletic, and t. Vitas dance
cues as au mward applli.atlon, without produeini; anv of
the horrors, or bad.i llects of opium.ur preparatious ot'upl
uin. but apreparatioutliat. should it lailof reachln? i!n
coniplaint would ieave no staln of debility behlnd. Kor
ioui:i aim ear acne, lor nervous or couimon sick lieadachp.
or the sulterln ln niiinthly iii'-nstniaUoii. distress allur
atiiiL', it isalmost iufallible. It is the Droduction ot a
ceiebrated herb Irom India, perfoctlv natural m its color,
iliill.iriu lu action. aud b contideuce t test It. will be
iiind the meatest ncces-itv m evc-rv fauillv. This urvii-
iratiou has tlie most lliiuualllied coiiUdence of I.-ip-i- iiuin.
bers ot pIiyMclan-. is conirolled bv a tlioroiiirli kiiowlnl2
of niedidne, and iti- tlie wi-.li ot the proprletor that 11
may be accepted with perfect coulldence by all, as Ir.'e
lioui every st-eries of quackery, and based ou uiost pnr
tect laws iu M.ilcna -Mcdlca.
Asthuia is must perfectly relieved by the Anodyne, and
among its great ptmits.
JUUX L. HLTXXKWKLL. Proj rietor.
Practical ClieuiUt, Boston. Mas.
Also, l'roprietor of UunneweU's Tolu Anodyne, and
llunnewell's Kclectlc Pills.
UOVT t (iHKKX utid J. 0. BIXG1IAM, Agenti Sf
Also sold by all dealers lu medicine. 51-02
-His. Whislow, an experienced Nurse and
Female l'hysieiau, preseuU to the atlentluu of JIotlier
lierSoothlng Syrup, lor chlldreu teethiug, by softeiiinj
the gums, redudng all lnllamatious, will olUy all paiii
ahd spasiuodlcuctlon.and Is sure to regulate the bowels.
Oepeud upon lt, inothers, lt wlil give rest to yourselves
and relief and heaith to your hilants.
We have put up and sold this urtlcle for over 30 years,
and can suy in coiilideuce aud trutu of it what we have
never been able to say of any other medicine utver ha
it taiied ina siugle histauee to ellect a cure, wheu tluiely
uscd. Xever did we know of a case ot diBsatlsfaction by
any one who used it. On the contrary.all aro delighted
with its operatious, aud speak in .terms of coumiendation
of its masicdl eilects aud medical vlrtues. We speak in
this iuatter "what we do know," alter 3d years experl
euce, and pledgo our reputatiou for the fultllhueut of
what we here declare. lu alniost every lnstauce where
the im'aut is isuUeriiib' Iroiu paln aud eshaustion, relief
wiil be found in tlfteeu or tweuty miuutcs after the byr
Full directious for usiujf will accoimuny each bottlo.
Nouegenulue unless the fac-situllle ofUUKTIS PER
KINS.New York ison theoutslde wrapper. Sold by all
DrugKlsts throughout tho world. Price, only S5 cenU per
7-3 0 LOAN:
THIRD SERIES, - - $230,000,000
Hjfauthority of the Sscretarr of TTewtrr, ths undtr-
rfguefl, Uio Gensnd SuhieripUon Agent for the ialo of
bniua Stti Securitles, offan to the public the thlrd w
rlee of Treunry Nota, benring 8TCn and thrM-tenth
per eif. intorait per anuum, known u the T-30 Loan.
Tho notoj are Uroed under datc of July 15, t565, and
are payable three yeari from that dat ln eurreney, r e
convsrtahle at the option or the holdar Into
U. S. 5-20 SIX PER CEN'T.
CxULJJ - BEARING BONDS !
Theee Bondi aro nov worth a handiome premlum, and
are exeiupt, as are all the Government Ilonds, from SaU,
CMtity, aiul Muiitoipaluusation, ickiehaldi from one to
thrteptr nt. per annum to tKxr vakte, aceording to the
rate levisd upon other proporty. The Interbit ia payahle
Btmi-anuually hy coujwua attached to each note, which
may be cut off and sold to any bank or banker.
The Intarcrt at 7.30 ptr wnt. amounts to
One cent pnr day on a 850 note.
Two cents " " " $100 "
Ten " 500
20 jtiooo '
81 " ' $5000 "
rctai ot all the denomiaaUona named will bo promptlv
furniihed upon receipt of euhscrijitioni.
The Xotei of this Thlrd Serici are predaJy iu forra and
prlvili-gM to tho Seven-Thirtiug aJready sold, ercept that
the Covernment referves to lUclf the opUon of paying
interct in gold coin at 6 per ceat., iustead of 7 3-lt!is iu
eurreney. Sulncribers will dedact Uie iutereit in currea-
ct up to JulydBth, at the time wheu they (ubieribc.
I"he delivery of the nolw of thU third eeriey of the
Seven-ThirtiM will commence on the lst of Jnn and
will be niad promptly and eontiuuously after that date.
The elight chauge made in the conditloiu of thU Thlrd
Series affectis only the matter of intereit. The payment
iu gold, if made, will be oquiyalent to the eurreney inter
cat of highor rate.
The retuni to fpecic payment, in the Gvent of which
only will tho optiou to pay intcrett in Gold be availed of,
would ro roduce and equalizc pricoa that purchaiaa made
with six per cent. iu gold would !c fully equal to thce
made with teven aud throe-tvnthi per cent. in turrcncy.
THE ONLY LOAN IN MARKET
Now offcrtd hy the Goveniruent, and Ifc mpsrior advan-
tages uke it the
(Jruat Poniilar Lonn nf tlm PpoiiIp.
Lehs ihan i3ii,(((.(K);) ,,f th.- Lo.in authorize.1 hy Cou.
gryu are noa on the market. This rnnoimt, ul the rate
which lt ie being al.eorbod, will all l,e ciilurribed for with
ht sixfy dayr-, when the no!- will uudcubudly corumand
a prtmiuiu. a? har unifonnly hetn the case ou cloiing the
suhscriptions to oth(r Loaiif.
Inor.liT that citircm of evety town nnd .vtion of Uie
coimiry may l,e ffordi-d farililii-? for tnking tho loan. the
Natioual H.uikState Ilaak-. aud Privatc Uauken throngh-
ou t the country have generally agreed to receive;ubscrip-
tions at par. Sub-cribf rs w ill r.-lect tlieir owu agents, iu
whotn they have coiifidente, audwhoonlv are to be re-
pon-ibh' icr th delivery of the uoies for which Ihuy re-
SubxTti;m A'jtm. I'hiatUlphia.
May l.V 1S.
ftiscairnos. uiu. at r.ici:vrn ot twx
First National Bank of St. Johnsbury.
rjpiHRD AND LAST SERIES
OF THE POPULAR 7-30 LOAN.
We ehall be prparcd to delirer the Xotoo of thc Thlrd
Seriiwof "Seven-Thirtiis." on Mondav. .lune .V lsM
)nler will Jks tilU J without dulay. and tha Kotia deliTer-
i ni anv point reaclieu by Kiprrj iinea. frv o! crpex;n i
"The riiglit chauge made ln the conditloiu of thl
Tliird .erieg affcti ociy the matter of Interoft. The
payment ln Gold. if iuaiIc will be onuivaltnt to the eur
reney interest of the higlier rate.
The retuni to ?pecie plylent ln the orcnt of which
only will the option to pay iuterut ln Oold be availed of.
wonld so redoce and equaliie prlceo that ptu-chases made
with eix er rent. in Gold would be fully wnial to those
made with even and threo-tn'.hi por cent. iu curreucy."
i'hifl ia the
NIY T.OAN IX MAKlvKT.
Xow offered by Govemment. The Pirrt and Second S-
ri having "Kone ith a ru;h." It U nltogetlnr llkely
that thw. tha Third nnd lart of the ix Huudred Milliou
authoriEed, will be arailab'e but a very thort time the
'eople are beginning to know how aud wheu to makc m
profitable iuvctiueut. lt ii emphatlcally
"The Peonlc's Loan."
We tob'cit the onlers of Hank? and Hankers for ri-saU,
and will allow ou all such tho three-eights of one per
cent. conimissiou, deliTering the Note promptly aud free
GKOKGE MAY, U-a.,
FirFt National Hank, St. Johiiibury, Vt.
S:. John.-bury, Vt , Miy V: 1C .V2tf
a 52 K
o 2 S m
BLEACHKD AND UNBLEACIIIil)
Cottons. Ticking. Denim and Summer Stuff
for men and boy's wear at E. JEWETT'S.
We did not bclfeve in "cure-alls." until
we tried Aycr's inlDiltable Pills, and now we think the
whole becret lies m the lact, that purgatlves are the mtu
ral reuiedy ior disease, and Dr. Ayer has made the best of
puiKatives. They cure all our complaints.-Logau, O.,
At St. Johnsbury, July 5, by Rev. S. G. Clapp'
Mr.Williani M. Baxter andMiss Erama Hannett
In St. Johnsbury, July 3, by Rev. I- McAnn,
Mr.Leonard B. Miles and Miss Lillias R Lynn,
bothofSt.J. Also, July 3, Mr. Harrison Bur
roughs of Plymouth, N. H. and Miss Mary M.
Stctson of Lyme, N. II.
In Glover, June 28, by Rev. N. W Scott. Geo.
C. Lougee of Sheffield and Sophia A. Bickford of
In Glover, June 28, Mr. N. H. Gilman and
Miss M. Jennie Darling, both of Lyndon.
Births, Marriages and Deaths lnserted rasa.
rles, Including poetry, six cests a line.
Corrected. In St. Johnsbury, June 6, Sarah
B., aged72, wifeof Wm. Graves.
In Lyndon, June 23, Mr. Nathaniel Morgan,
In Lyndon, June 24, Mr. Milton Burt, aged 64.
AtWest Concord, June 9, Samuel Adams
In Potten, C. E., June 18, of inflatnmation,
Melvin S., son of Henry and Sarah J. Powers,
aged 11. We have lost thee on earth but will
find thee in heaven.
In this village, July 2, of meningitis, Sarah
Electa,nly dauuhter of Caleb H. and Almira B.
Marshall, aged 10 years and 11 months.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining unclaimed
in Post Office, St. Johnsbury, Vt., July 6.
2 To obtam any of these letters the applicant must
call for advertlsed letters, and give the date of the list
and pay two cents for ad vertlslng. If not called for within
one month, they will be sent to the Dead Letter Ottlce.
Cummings C. E.
Eastman M. S.
Hoyt Ann G.
Martin Mrs. Louisa
Quimby Geo. W.
Ramsey R. S.
Shaw C. G.
Wheeler Henry C.
ST. ALBAXS, VT.
This house has iust been comnleted and fur
nished by the St. Albans Hotel Co. at a preat ex
penditurc. lt contains nearly one hundred and
fifty rooms with all the modern improvements,
and is one of the most attractivc hotels in New
England. It is a delightful place for families to
spend thc Summer; ts situated on the Vermont
Central Railroad ; two trains daily from Boston
and New York. With our past experience at the
Marlboro Hotel, Boston, and Bellevue House,
Newport, R I., we intcnd to keep, in every re
spect, a first class hcuse. Applications for board
may be made at 16 Ahland Place, Boston, until
the 30th of June; after that time at St. Albans.
John- A. Pahks, PARKS & FISH,
S. G. Fish. Managers.
June 25, 1SG4. 57-59
gON TON PATENT FLEXIELE
This invention entirely dispenses with the old
and disagreeable manner of fastening by gum,
gluc and rivets. and consists of a new and useful
manner ofsecuring the tapes and wires together
by means of braid passing under and through the
tape and through and round the covering of the
wire, thereby forming a knot, rendering it the
most perfect fastening yet discovererl. The wire
used is made from the best Refined WatchSpring
Steel, and by the peculiar manner of rolling pro
duces the necessary flexibility without sacrificing
any of the strength which it is well known a sin
gle bar has over a plurality of bars covering the
The covering of the wire used in this skirt is a
fine double thread cotton yarn, the tape a two
inch extra heavy solid edge, the pads or cover
ings of the ends of the bustle springs are the fin
est enamelled kid ; and with our new application
for lacing the fronts, rendering the bustle springs
when worn the same as a whole or continued
spnng, thereby keeping the front of the skirt fit
ting closely and neatly to the fonn.
The pleasure and comfort to a lady wearing
this skirt will be experienced particularly in
Railroad Cars, Concert Halls, Church Pews, or
any 'crowded assemblies. This skirt when worn
can be compresed into as small a space as any
ordinary house dress, without inconvenicnce.
A lady who has woin one of our Flexible
Spriug Skirts would not willingly dispense with
the use of them.
We claim that for superiority of materials it is
not excelled, and for beauty of shape and dura
bilityit has no equal. After a careful and thor
ough examination, the Bon Ton Patent Flexible
Spring Skirts are now being adopted and sold by
many of the leading houses throughout the coun
try, among others that of A. T. Stewart & Co.,
New York; Chandler & Co., Boston; Field,
Palmer & Leiter, Chicago. Also by
E. & T. FAIRBANKS & CO.,
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X o r;
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H X 3 i
GREAT FALL IN PRICES !
NEW STYiLES JUST REGEIVED.
A large and choice lot of FAXCY CASS1MEKES, comprisbg Ihe
NEWEST STYLES IN THE N. Y. MARKET.
COME EARLY IF YOU WANT THE BEST STYLES
Special attention given to the manufacture of
3VT I Ij I T H. "5T O X O T 3BC I HJ" C3--
Officer's equipments furnished at the lowest market prices.
GENTS" FURXISIIIXG GOODS, VIZ:
Shirta cotton, flannel and fancy linen Ties, Collars, Hose, &c, &c.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY.-Good coat and pant makt-rs. To such
ateady work "Will be given by theyear.
St. Johnsbury, May 12, 1SG5.
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DldyonfaiowlIiTA. she that d'.eJ,
The honseholJ Joy. the vtUacc pride.
With soft blue eyes aud RoMen halr
HTa, the talrest of the Ul r
At eTe tn rosy heaith sLe slept.
Ere morn above her corpse we -n-ept.
How on onr bousehoM fell the Uow.
llow walled the vUlage ln its woe;
And when we lald her from oar slzht
Deep ln the grave's perpttnal alght
AU that of her on earth remalned
Was one poorlmaje dlm and stalned
A plcture made ln earller years.
)fow the Ustsolaoe of our tears.
Ah. dar by day we sw lt Ude.
Aod noae knew how It mlght be stayed,
Uatil wecame. ln oardejpalr.
ToGige. and leflonr treasnre there.
We cleaned no comfort from his eye.
His words were slmply -1 win try."
And so almost of hope bereft
Our treasare ln his care we 3ert.
We came agaln behold the chanse J
How wonderful, how pisslag stranga -
For now lu llnes that cannot fade.
In soft hannunlons llsht and ihJe.
Witmght by the palnter"s patlent wal.
Tlie plcture Krew beneath his sklll.
Until the face that on us beans
The llvlng Uce of iljTa auni.
The so!t blne eyes. the wavy halr.
Jufl tossed and tangled by the air,
Ali seemstoorea to be ancht
But UTlng Myra to as broustit.
Oh, matchless sVIU.oli, woadrons art,
That can so xnnch of Joy impart.
Oh.ye who some dlm pictoxe own
Of some dexr friead now dead and cone:
Te who have wept that snch ls all
Te have their Uteness torecall,
Oo as we weat when aure disu ased,
tioap toGACc's aud beblest.
rjE AS OF THE PINEST ELAVOR
OoloniTS. "RnplUb 'Rrpat;faet Ynnnt ITt-cati
green and black Japanese.for faleby thcpound or
rjAPIOCA, MACCARONI, SAGO.
Farina, Corn Starch, Pickles, Preserves,
Ketchups, Sauces, and Dried Fruits,
PURE COFFEE, MUSTARD, PEPPER,
Cayenne, Gintjer, Spices. and Flavoring
Extracts, at FAIRBANKS.
FLOUR at Wholesale or Retail, of First
Quality, at FAIRBANKS.
CHOICE OOLOXG TEAS, by the pound
or chcst, at FAIRBANKS.
i . .
f ADIES MISSES AXD CUILDREX'S
-M-A uuuio iv oiivjr.o in greai varieiv at
1 have constantlj on hand a lanre assoitment
and variety of thc above, which 1 will scll at vcrv
moderatc prices for the times.
ROSEWOOD CASKETS COFFINS,
WALNUT AND BU1TERNUT
CASKETS AND COFFINS.
ALo, Cofflns of common makc and finlslt.
KX'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' Thick
and lhm Boots, at FAIRBANKS.
LAD1ES CALF DOUBLE SOLE SEW
ed Balmoral Boots at rcduced prices.
T1ART.R T.TVT7.V KT.T7APHT?n AVH
- -u. . , " .AWAAAA' . A..
J. unblcached, by the picce or yard.
WHITE QUILTS, 10,11,12 Quarters,
Pulmonic Syrup. Seaweed, Tonic and Man
drake Pills, just received by
J. C. B1NGIIAM.
J-O. 7, S, 10. & 11 COTTON WARP
AND COTTON TWINE at
A frcsh stock of IIATS and CAPS. suitable
for Spring and Summer wear consisting of
In black and drab felt. Also a 'great variety of
CLOTII IIATS, round and square crowus.
-1 f A BLEACHED SHEETING, at
LEACHED & BROWX SHEETIXGS
and Shirtines, marked down. at
f A1KBANKS .
QAA DOZ.LIN. HANDKERCHIEFS,
UU For sale less thm the market value,
Which 1 w 11 cngrave to order.
THOMAS L. HALL,
Main St., St. Johnsburv. S4tf
OPENED THIS DAY,
I SPKLVG STTLES
Also, a large stock of
at the pTescnt
FTJRNISHING GOODS, K
Such as satin Stocks. common ncek and b Utcrlly
Ties, Cloth Gloves in great varieties, Gray's Pa
tent Mohled Collars. and other manufacturers
make of Paper and l.inen Collars in white and
fancy colirs. Fourdozen
CJENTS' BUCK & DOG SKIN (JLOTES.
BOOTS AND SEOES.
A lariie assortment of Ladies.
'Gents, Misses and Children's
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters.
GENTS' TRAVELING KAGS,
In all varieties of styles and kinds.
JjOUSE-KEEPING GOOLS :
fhose about to commence keeping house will
find a lat jje stock of Crockery and Glass ware.Table
Cutlcry, Tablc Cloths, Napkins. Dovlas, Carpots,
&c. at FAIRBANKS STORE.
GEXTS FJNE COATS, PAXTS St VESTS,
1 Just received at FAIRBANKS'.
EADXEl'S. BACK COMBS, WIDE
UELITNGS, Black and Gilt Belt Bnckles,
All of which have been selected in market dur
ing the past week with much care and will be of
fered at very low prices by
I. B. GORHAM.
St. Johnsbury, April 28. 1S65.
Of all kinds taken at the BARNET PII0T0
GRAPH GALLERY, and not excelled in New
England, for 83.50 per dozcn. Try them.
50-G1 GEO II. ALDRICII.
At old pricec, just received t
CALL AND SEE
GENTS' MTCE CALF
I. B. GORHAM'S
llaving added to ray former stock a carefully
selected assortment of
Which will be sold at the lowest cash price, I
invite the public to call and examine.
L. J. FLEETWOOD.
St. Johnsbury, April 15, 1S65.
nHILDREN'S SHOES A large assortment
Vmay oe xouna at r AitiDAWns .
OLONG, JAPANESE AXD YOUXG
HYSON TEAS, selling at reduced prices at
BBLS. ROCKPORT FLOUR.
Just received, at FAIRBANKS.
PICKLED SALMON, TROUT, MACK
EREL& HERR1NG at FAIRBANKS'.
LEMOXS, ORANGES, DATES,
Prunes, Figs, Nuts and Raisens at
Just roceived, another lot of GENTS CLOTH
ING at FAIRBANKS.
JUNE lST3 18G5.
The underslged having purchased the cntire
Bradley's new patent DUPLEX ELIPTIO
SPRING SKIRT, warranted the best refined
elastic steel. Immovable woven tape, and said
to be the best skirt ever produced.
E. & T. FAIRBANKS & CO.
of IL UxDruvroon,
XEAR THE DEPOT, 11A1L1WAD ST11EET
St. Johnsbury, - - - - Vermont,
Will add to and kocp cnntaiiily on hand
good assortment of Furniture, at the lowest
CASU 1'ltlCKS. Also,
PICT U JrtE rHAMES
made to order at short notice.
JCASlvETS AXD COFPIXS,
of all sxzcs constantly on hand.
33if MOSES F. BROWN.
WINDOW SHADES AND F1XTURES
JP1SHING TACKLE at
LADIES FINE LEATHER TRAVEL
ING BAGSAT FAIRBANKS.
DRESS AND SAQUE BUTTONS
Jet, Pearl, Ivory, Gilt, Alabaster, Glas,
Bone, Paper, Silk and Guttapercha Buttons at
ABEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies Back Combs, Head Pins andShields
BALMORAL SKLRT TR1MMING AT
MELANGES FOR LADLES' TRAV
ELING DRESSES a fine assortment just
opened at FAIRBANKS.
CLOTHING Coats. Pants and Vests just
received from same of the best clothiers in New
York and Boston, at FAIRBANKS.
TUSQUITO BAR MUSLIN,
rl IV UT IPL' Al'tTTTI? i- T)T TTI."
" AT ' FAIRBANKS.
BROWN & BLEACHED SHEET
IXGS AND SHIRTlNGS.fromWItn 1 1-3 yds. ln
width at PA1B B ANES".
J" M. JOHNSON
RETURN ED FROM MARKET,
"With an unusually large and attractive assort
GOODS AOAPTED TO THE SEASDH.
For furtherparticulars call and see.
Railroad Street, - - St. Johnabury, Vt.
FRENCH AND AMERICAN tli
CORSET3.lnaUsUes.at FAIRBANKS. -Ucaier m general assortment of DRY GOODS
GEL!fflE'CA1F sewedi Good, ,h ,o a uiT .f R
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