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LOCAI. AND STATE ITEMS. Wf.'in!. uvor to muke Tn.: cji.kix.man v.iiuuhie iuidoitrfnciidiii Cakdoni.u k,i und Oilwm i-onn'i.-s uill confer n favor to ue and add iv materially to the iat iv-f of the puper by eeuding u- loail itfiin in ii hrii f, lr;ible form. Agonts for Tho Caledonian. I'aniet li.irtott ltiirke . ...I. I). AHIHlTr. ...VM. W. CKUlT. ... II. II. ItlKJWX. ...C. V.. NKWKI.I., ...s. i:i:ckh'itii, ... .1. K. WOODBURY, ... W. S. IIOWAKD, ... E. CLEYKI.A.ND, .. 1'. II. I.AIRD, . . .IOS. BATEij, '.'ii, .. HOSEA WEI.UII, '.'I., ... .1. JU.CEOKUE, ...D.C. IHDrfON. .. W. II. MriiAITEY, .. I. W. SAMIOKN, .. I.EVI SILHliV. ...II. MOOItl--.. ii. A. 'I'AIT ....I. M. MAUl'I.N'. ...(;i:o. cowlks, . .. MUSES HAVKS. . .. WM. A. DEN'SMUKE. ... .IOI1.N KKY. .In. ... Wm. CHAriE. ltiiikc i:.-t Hj.'kf. '-r Concord. . . Coiiront Coventry la;ivill." I.-rby (iroton II irdirlrk. K'i-t. . H.iVfii. V.t'Jt Lyndon Lyndon (Jcatrr. . . 'lunenburg .McIudovV I'alli. . .Newark l'cailiuni Kyccatf Sln-lhYId Sutton Wati'ilnrd Whct !o'k -As wejro to press ihe murical ..f- i . iiun .u una H'iu-t-- lh , successiui opei uuon. , I iit're i a large chorns present, ot perhaps j (ine htmdred andiitty singers, and it is par ticularly strong and good on the treb lv. '1'lie nuinbcr of singcrs and spectators have increased every session. To-night t'rimrsday) there will be a publie rehear--al. interspeised with solos. etc. To-nior-rou (Kriday) evening there will be a grand iitiali' conccrt. of chorus and solo talent loinbined. The soloists have thns far aj) peared jnsl enongh at the rehearsals to inake the audience desirons of hearinj; thein more. ilrs. Little has a beautiful bird-like voiee. of rcmaikable llexibility and sweet-nes--; and judging from tlie manifest pleas nrc of the audience the perfonnances ot .Mes.srs. Morcy and Ingalls are espeeially rrarifying. Mr. Isaac Woods sold his farm above J'addook village on Friday last, at auction, to Mr. Uiram Ilill of the St. Johusbury ilonse, for 5,000. The sauie day Mr. Woods sold his residence on Main street, for $ 4.830, to Mr. A. M. Cook. G. J. Bundy. Esq., of Lyndon, showed usan apple of tlie pound sweet varietj', that weighed twenty-two onnees. and measured over fourteen inches in eircuinference. Al so Spitzenbergs and Oxhearts that weighed eighteen ounces. They.were raised in Georgia, this state. Old Folk Conccrt. Glad will all our lnusic loing peo)lc be to learn that Father Kemp. the originalor of Old Folks' C'oncerts. is on the way to Vermont, and has made arrangenients for one of his popular concerts at this place. to t ome olfon Thnrsday niglu. Xov. 9. Ein ina .1. Xichols. tlint yonng and quite cele brated ballad singer. is with the conipany. and will appear in some of those selcetions whil'h have given her eueb fanie all over the land. This will undoubtedly be one of the niost attractive and interesting concerts ever held in this place. For inorc particu hus see advertisenient in another column. Eire. We learn that a tire ihe lat of last week burned up the Weeks boardinr house in Victory, together with the barns, sheds, produce and two or three huudred cords of wood. rai tially insured. Thc Essex Itailroad.Thc Survcy lU'Ajun. Jlr. J. II. Sargent of Clevelaud Ohio, l oiiuiiunced the survcy of a route for the l-Nsex railroad on Monday of this weck. Mr. Haigent has had imieh experience in iirveying railroad routes in the West, and tlie projt'ctors of the Essex consider them I'lves very fortunate in securing his servi- ces. Mr. Sargent brings exi)erienced as- 'wiants with him, and the survey will be prosecuted with vigor until completed, w hich is expeeted to be done in from four to six weeks. Most of our readers know that the state legislature at its last session granted a charter for a railroad fioni St. Johnsbury to some point on the Grand Ti imk lailway near Island Poud. This has long seemed a desirable conneclion not on ly for the local advautages of the county through which it passes, but piincipally s oiieniug a short and desirable route from New York and the Connecticut valley to Qiicliec; also to Portland and the West !l is uiidoubtedlvgreatlv for the interest ol all the lower roads to have the Essex rail road built, while the benetits to be derivcd 1 the people of north-eastern Vermont i-annot be calculated. The freight on tlour will be reduced 81.00 a barrel, and that on 'orn and all other articles that we receive trom the great storehouse of the AVest will be eorrespoiidiugly decrcased; and the ast luinber resources of Essex county will be b-oiiL'ht into market. As the benetits to be derived from a connection of the Pas siupic and Grand Trunk through Moose river alley becoine more fully knowu, the more iiulUpensable will an early comiiletion of the Mssex railroad appear. The distance is about :0 miles, and good judges consider itoneoftheeasiest graded roads in the s-tatc. ADDISON COUNTY. The Vergennes Vermouter gives a cor-lt-t'ted stateinent with regard tb the melan elioly occurrence in Bristol. Mr. Hawk'ms ii ll from an apple tree and broke several h'is and biseollar bone. dislocated his hip, i.ijured his shoulder and bruised his face. Mr-. Hawkius, who wasa very lleshy wo uian. weighing between two and three hun ilred. being assisted by Mrs. llanuah Kow- il. aged 7i!. took the injured man into the h'liise. and then ran a quarter of a mile tor tlie doctor and back again. She went up tuicctothe chambeis for bandages, and uhile in the aet of pinniug a bandage mider tlie direction of Dr. Warner, she fell back :iiid expiretl instantly. She died of apo iexy. probably superinduced by the shock she hail received and her great exertions. Mr. llawkins still lies in a critical coudi tiou. HENNINCTON COUNTY. A Mr. Elwell of Arlington, a few davs 'uice sold a valuaole lioi se. in iiayment of -vlnt'li the purciiaser paid him 200, in the Miape of two 100 counterfeit greenbacks. The rascal has not yet been eought. CHITTENDEN COUNTY. H. Uevnolds. of Underhill, shot a deer Ca Jine two year old buck) that weighed 180 puunds. It came out ol the woods with Home cattle into hi mowing near his house EHANKLIN COUNTY. Dariusc. Ovitfs barn, at St. Albans, was iiurncu on Wtdndsdav niirht. Loss S2.0(X. not insured. Three horses and i-oiue nogs were burued. UUTLAND COUNTY. Au euiploye ofthc liuUaud & Burlington rauroad, by the nume ot Dyke, was killed OUllirua OU tlie eastei n SeCtlOtl Ot the road. Ile got upon the ton of a freirht car, and iri! L-nnoLwl n(n. n 1M, vsvia.v,j Vl IJJ H U11UC Mr. Jarues MeCanley, a resident of "West Rutland, slipped from the platfbrm of a passeu'or Ctir at the Whitehall depot. OD del)Ot. OD Satlirday laSt. aild was Hterallv Cllt in tVO. VIXDSOK COL'XTY. i TnrPnia u hn nllnu- tl.mr Wc f frnn, , .V"""7 J 7 " frrorrofn of niirlit iti fVin f.fi.r-.c nnrl illrtT.c? , -tiy iii ijiim iu iiiu ctio aiiu aiiuj 3 ui ourvi la'e. and inake tlip ovon ncro 1 deons iiakc tlie eveninjrs hideous withtheir sho.its and m-oans. their yells . t auu muiuer, uieir wokis 01 angei , pruiiiu- j . . . - . , lty and vuJanty, are layin np for tuem- selves a store of soi row for their declinimj ! years, tiial will mock thein wlieu lear, di3-1 tress and anpruish shall come npon thera . ; like a whirhvind, as the sure, uoavoidable fruits of sucli indnhjence, such uelect of J um umiiiu iiiuii ciiuuicii. trUVUslOCK I ! Standard. WINDHAM COUNTT. i rhilip Wells of Brattleboro, sold his cel-' , -In Norlh Tl0f' 0ct-19- Mr- Henr' D- Hop i ehrated thorouh-bred Aldernev heifer i us and Miss L)dla A Dweport. otl f Wa I -Bmtercnp," to Dr. Joseph Eurnett ot t ,n , , , j Sonthboro, Mass. for three bundred and I Jn ?f0V,e?trTn0ctl19M- RrTy F" Black and liftv dollai'3. Miss Malvma Brooks. both of Coventry. conven-LS Wr-nn"1"'7 clttaen W?" mini?ton. iiad SlwOO iu rovernuient bouds! stoieu troui his house recently. Ayonmr man at Brattleboro snnnlied himselt with pears and apples from a lady's ! garden diuiug the season. againsther wish. 1 SllO scnt tiiin !i l-i used. and rather than be prosecuted forl stealmg, he paid it. It is said that, dear as I apples uow are, lie conld have bought more : than a half cheaper iu the regular market. j WASHINGTON COUNTY. In Hardwick, Sept. 20, Mr. J. M. Giffin, aged A few days ago an old gentleman named j 37 Ira Diekenson. ot Northfield, boardinr at At Marine Hospital, Mobile, June3. of typhoid the hoiise Of Jolllia Sawyer. had his trnilk; fever, George, aged 19, son of Mr. Ward and TJtotl iU nl'!? ?1" niISe kef' T Mt f : Kmpline KnaPP of Lynon-a member of Co. II, a paekago cuntainmg seven huudred seven- , 7t). Vt VnI ty-eight dollars. fonr huudied and six dol-, ;r 0 , , , lars were abstracted. I ln Morf?an' Sept- 28, of dysentery, Dexter, Fatrick McCartv, of Berlin, went with a ' yfun8fson of J-s-and L- A. Wilcox. team to Northfiel'd, Wednesday, Oct. 25. ! 1,1 MorSn Oct 3, of dysentery, Leonard, aged and after hitching it. got drunk and started ; 1J'ear; 0ct- -5, LiiHe. aged about 3 years only to go home on foot, on the railroad track. children of Sam'l and Hannah Bean. Ihe freighl train came along and didu't turn out for Fat, but ran over and killed him. Anna Hoyt, of Northfield, coinmitted su icide by poisoning herself, Wednesday, Oct. 2G. Cause, trouble in love aflairs. STATE AT LAHOE. The trustees of the Vermont agricultural college have reported in favor of unitinir it with the university of Vermont at Bur lington, and have preseuted a bill to that efleet to the legislature, for its action. HniincwcllN Tolu Aiiodync The real ntfCi-Mlty of this p1fiidl! preparation was two-fold and well ha it proved how tlils ntcessltv has been niet. To havu a tnif aad a.itural upiate for all ca?es of los of slt-ep and aiTVotH debillty and utiii-siKwaoatc lor all aeurailc, rheuuiattc, g n.t. hytcrlc. paralytlc aad St. Vltiu. daace cases as un mward appllcation, wlth-mt producinK uav of the horror nr bad eiU'ds ol npiuiu, or prepanitlons of opluin, but a preparallun that, sliould it i.iil rrachws the toinjilaint, would Iravo nutalu ol dibility bt.'hmd. For touth and farache. lor nervoasor coanaoa lck hfadaihe, lorllu' MiiliTlii in tuotithly m atni.itloa. iii.-tre-. alter c.ilinit i aluioit lafahible It is the iirnilin-iioii ,.t n cm. ebratfd hurb troia linlia, perlKtly natnril in Its color, t uairoriaiMattioaandbyroiill.lt'nceM u-t will be loaad i tho ftii'alfst netcMity ia evcry t.uaily. This pri'paratioa i hui the aiostaniir.alitii-d tomhlciicc- ol lar'o niiiuburs ot" pliyMi ian.s, 1 coiilrollcil bv a thoiou;h kntnyieil?.; of med- ' uiiif and it i the vlh ol the proMietor th.it 11 laay be I aectpted witii perl'ect eoi,ndence by all as lree tmm all! sprtles ol quackery und ba-ed 01. aiost pertrel l.iws ia I niat Tia liiedica. t'-A.sIhaia la aiost erfeclly reaevtd by the aiiodyae and aaioa- its nreal ixiiiits. I JOHX L.JIUNN'EWEM., l'roprietor. ) l'ructical C'beniesl. lloj.lon. ' Also proprietorot HunneueirB L'uiversalCoiuU reiaedy and llunneweir. Kcltctic li!h. J.C. HniKhaia and S. Uandall, Ageuta, St. Jolwisburv. Sold by fcll deah-rj in luedlclne. tleblli A CoiikIi, Cold ov Sore Tlnout requires inaiieidalo atleiillo!! anil slioiilil ti cliecked. Il'alloueil to coatinuc lrritatioa of theluns, a petuiancnt tliroat af tectionoran mcurable Umg dlsease is otten the resalt. Browa's llronchial TrcLhes liayinjt a diroct lailuence to the parts j;lve iininedlate relief. For bronthitis, avthma, catanh, coasauipth-e and tliroat dlsense.s, Trochea are used wllh alway.-, .uood siiccess. Singeis and rablie Sp?aker3 will fuid Trochea uteful ln clearin,' tlie vo'ce wlien taken bei'ore sinsing or speakia, and rehe iii' the tliroat alter an unusiul exertlua of the voe.il (.rriaiio 'ihe Troclies are reconiaieaded and pre scnbcd by iihy.-iciansand have hal tejtimoaials from eia lnentinen throughout thecountry. Heins an artlcle ol true merit uud havinj proved tlioir nliclency by a teat o niany years, each year liads theia ta new localitiea ia va rloiis parts of the uorld and the Troches aie uaiverjdlly proiiuimcej better than eth'T artieles. Olilaln only Urown's lironchial Tn.the," and ilo not Uke any of the worll.Iess iniltaiuns tiial inay be oliered. Po!d every whtre in the United States and loreisu coun tries, at 'io cents per bo.t ti'aprCi Thebhip Anna Scbcildt, which was dettrojed bv the Alabaina olt" tlie South Aaierica. had on board a iuantity of Ayer's Cherry l'ecloral lor C'al tornia, I)r. Ai-r k Co now appc.ii fur ledre dlreet tn tlie 15ritih Coveraaieiit, ' their claiui aiidproteation oathe srouadol iiuiaaaltv, as lhfir coinuiodltie are uliolly lor the Mck. Their poia is weil taken and will d'lnluli's. be prced with the pluck and ptr.-i.-xency which cb.uacteri- the operalluna ol ineso ccieoraieu cneiaiMS, lsainniore t llpper, - - i LI.VX ! iiai.i.'s ve:ktakle sici IIA1K UEXKWEIi has nroved itelf to he the uiost perlect prepara'.iun for the hair ever oliered to tlie pnl'lie. Itlsa vejjetablecompiiiiid, and contalns no Iniurious propertles whatever. IT W1I.I. IIKSIOltE (JiUV IIAIU TO Ila OKIGINjIL colob. It will keep the hair from f.illin-,' out. It liean-ea the acalp and make-. the hair aoft, luatroua and ailken. It isasplendid liair dresalui;. Xo peison, old or jouii;:, should fail to umj (t. IT Is HKCOMMtaDEU jl.NU USED BV TUE FIU3T MEDlCiL AUTIIOK1TV. eAsk for Hall'a' Vegetable Sicilian Hair Henewer and lake noother. H. 1'. II ALL Sl Cii.. Xashua.X. II,, l'roprietors. IV saie by all drutrcists. Wlnskers! Whiskei s! Doyou want whi ers or niotichtache', ? Our (irecian Cohidoih il will ri,rn. 'hem tuitrow on the mootliet lace or chiii. or tl:iir no baldhead-, iu m. Weeks. l'nce, S1.W a paikajte.-, lor 5-'iil. Seut by mail anywhere. cio-rv aealed, on recelnt d piice. Addre.-s WAItXKlt .t OO. u Abuu Ko. US, llrooklyn, X. Y. ITC1I! 1TCI1! 11 CII! SCRATCH! icratch! ScraUh' Whe iton's Ointment will cure ihe Itch iu 4s hours. Also curis salt rheuia, ulcers, chllblalns, and all erup- tlons ofthe tkln. l'rice .'Al cents. For sale bv all ilni"- its. liy sen;in to cents to WEEKS k POTTEH. soie a'ents 170 Wa,hinKton street, ltoston, it will be forwarded by mail. lree ol postage, to any part ol the United States. Oct 25, ltC'i. ly Mrs. Wiii-lou", an expericnced Nurse and Female Phvslcian, presents to the altentiou of Mothers lierSootlilnj; Syrup, fur children teetlnn, by .softeuln; Ihe KUina, leducin;,' all inllaniatioijs, will allay all paiu and spauiodic action, and Is sure to iea'iilate the bowela. nepetidupouit, mothers, itwiil glve reat to jour-clves and reli-t and hralth to yoiir inlalits. We have put up and srdd this article for over 31 years, aud can Pay in coiiiidence and truth of it what we have neverbetnabletosayofan;. other medlciue-uever has it failed iu a slnIe in-tance to eiict a cure, when timely Us(d. Xever did we know of a cae of disratisfaction by any one who used it. On the contrary.all are delighted with its operations, and speak ln terms ef commcndatiou of its masical eifects and medicai virtues. We speak in this matttr what we do know," alter 30 years experi ence, and pledge our reputatiou for tlie fulillhueat of what we here declare. In ahnost every liistance where the iniant is auilerms Irom paia and exhaustion, relief will be lound in Utteen or tweuty minutes alter the ayr up lsadiainiatered. Full dlrections for Using will accompany each bottle. Nonegeuuineunless the iac-siui ie of CUKTIS 4 PER KIXS, Xew York isoa the outsld wrapper. Sold by all Oruggists throughout the worl rice, ouly 30 ceuts per bottle. The 3Iason & Hamliii Cahinet Organs, forty dillerent styles, adapted to sacred and secular inu sic, for $5uto SGO0 each. Thlrty-tive koW or silver medals, or other llrst premlums awarded them. Illuatrated cat alogues lree. Ad Iress Slasoa Uamllu, Boston, or Ma oa Brothers, Ntw Yort. sejj CG BOSTON MARKET, Oct. 31. Corn Kichanpt' -The reeeiptB since yeterdy havc ,IOt'u W4H hhl-vi01' msl Coni' wr, bl"h Oa aud -1 40 bu .h Short-. a. m nktt for flour u dull but pricet n mmn tlie enaiv ; .a ij'iote Citern superfine at 3 A vAc(mffloiiw:..i-( ffw m!''' ir rm'.iitlLMlchiV-.Vut nii tt.... - :; ( 3, medium do at 10 11, nnd atf favorite St. Louia brnndi', at iaril flnnr i. Tn Mn ir rcrv 'iitlu dci!i--, ; u nmrket firra: w nnntR at S3 1 - Ij"-1' fr Wisu-in inixed. Oats are dull aad ttlliug .V.fl2(nT0e buh for Northeni. Cnuada and Wwttni. Kjc at 1 per biirli. Sliorts $3!) (A 32. fine feed $2-2 (A 3;. aiid middlinK!. $40 (5 4.'. toa. I'roviiiorn-forki311Iugat'23 30 for prirue, 35 ratnrp.1 finni 11 (n 17 3 Ml f. i w . t i nn 'jr.. ; v 'tn,u ,-uiu eiieni. iaru x svc """ -r crcet, nna fmokwi hams at 'JS (3 a ib. j" !'bl.i!"ld Hf !?"d "mokwl ha" 2i "UV I commou aad cnoice cr x iu vjuaiii . qual: BIRTHS. In Ppacham, Oct. 29, a dauehter to J. and L r. Varnum - ' ' MARRIAGES In Glover, Oct 12. Mr Jo&eph AbbottandMrs. : Prudenco McLellan, both of Danville. DEATnS. Blrtlis, Marrlages and DejtUs lnserted mst. Obitua- rle:S lutludis Petry, six .nm aiine. Tl lUrnZI, oa " t u u ' ; 7ftIn Barnet ct' 2d Mr Josiah Jobnston' aged Sutton, Oct. 28, Mrs. Abigail, aged 57, wife of Jolm Ladd. Esq. Papers in N. H. please copy. At West Concord, Oct. 17, Mr. V. W. Mc Gregor, aged 31 In Glover. Oct. 10, Josephinc, aged 17, daugh ter of Charles B. Prentiss. In Barton, Oct. 17, Mr. Farnham Brown, aged C0 In Barton, Oct. 10, Mr. Sandie Allen, aged 50. In Barton, Oct. IS, Mr. Henry W, Woodrnan. aged 2S. JJUSICAL FESTIVAL. The Conn. River Tallej Muslcal Socicty WILL OIVE A PUBLIC REHEAKSAL, AT THE NORTH CHURGH, ST. J., ox THUliSDAY EVEN1NG, XOV. 2. Tickcts 25 Cents. ALSO A GrJfcVIVD CONCERT FMDAY EVEXLXG, XOV. 3. Ticketx 50 Cents. 1011 SALI-. AT IIOWAUD'S AND AT THK DOOK. THE GEXUINE AXD LEG1TIMATE ( THOUPE. i The orignal Father Kemp with his celebrated OLD FOLKS' CONCERT Conipany, eoiiMSting nf 22 Ladies and Gentle men, with their maguificent orchestra and ASSISTED BY EMMA J. NICHOLS, The Jenny Lind of America, and PUOFESSOR (JEOUGE A. RI.MBECK, The diatinguishcd Gcrman Conccrt Solo Pcrform er and Mocking Bird Imitator, all of whom wil' appear In Costume of 100 Years Ago, For one night only at Tovn Hall, St. Jolmbury, THUUSDAY EVENING. NOV. 9. Tiekets 30 Cents. Children 15 Ceuts. Doors open at 7 o'clock, conccrt to begin at S precie!y. Also perfirm at Bradford. Wednesday, the Sth. FATHKIl KEMP. Manager. B F. RIX. Vncal Dircctor. T. J NICHOLS Treasurer. It. N. TKMPLE, Agent. tf AUCTION SALE. Will be sold at auction, at my house at the North end of Piain, on Saturdsiy, Nov. 11, at 1 P. 31., the follow ing propety : 1 Ilorse, 7 years old, 1 good Cow, tons Ilay, ( bush. Corn. 10 bush. Potatocs, Rakes, Crow-bar, Mcal bags, wish tubs, Goodwashing machiue, 1 barrel soap, 1 cheesc safe 1 cellar cupboard, Cabbages. turnip,beets. 5 er 6 baskets. 6 cords dry stove Wood, 1 set measures, 1 w agon and llarne6s, Lightstands, churn, 1 horse Cart l wheclbarrow, 1 Sleigh, 1 Traverse Sled, 2 btiffalo Itobcs, 1 Cultivator, 1 Plow, 2 ox Yokes, 1 Grindstone. 1 winnowing niill, Few bundred feet hem- lock boards, Fcw cedar jiosts, Good fowling piece, Carpets, Beds and bedding, 1 set Carpenter's tools, Chairs. tables, I ( arpenter s bench, Bureaus, stoves, Hoe:, Shovels, Pails, pans. Axes, Pitchforks, Tubs, crockery, etc. Sale j'oaitive. CHAKLES STONE N. M Johnson, Auctionecr. PPLES. 300 Barrels nice Apples now on the way and to arnve soon, which will be sold at a reasonable I'f'ce by J. FLETCHER. St. Johnsbury, Nov. 2. 7itf B TJCK SKIN OVERSHOES. A new improvement Buekskin in the place of cloth, at I1UTCHINSON CORSER'S. LADIES WILL FIND A choice eelection of colognes, Lu biiiV and other extrncts, toilct water, po der puff Ixjxcb and powders, l'er ry'. nioth and frecklelotioiu fragrant toilet coapij. For thc hair, IIair, Wallxck'f, Clock', Martha Wafh iiiKton, Mrs. AllenV and TibhettV hair rectoiers, aho Humett's coco aiiie, Wood's reetorative, Lyon'a Ka thairou, Hmiffarian ll.ilin, SavafjeV niul, aretuine, Delight'a Lutral, Spauldin' caelor oll and rctfemary, conimoa hair oila ia varicty, dipila tory powilers for removiiifr superllu oim hair. Caniplior ice for chapped haads also. HUa Vov'a fkirt FUnnort. ers recommended by phjviciana a the btet In use, a fiao aortment of hair, nail, tooth aad rloth hrushes, feather duters, tine and drtrjing comhs ruhber and ivory, AT BrXGHAZTS DIWG STORE. To which will he added from time to tlrae new varietiea of gcodiS of gooil quality and at loiv rates. Oct. '--i, 1 &-'. 74tt LAEGE STOCK OF NEW & DESIRABLE GOODS Is now offered for sale by the subscriber at prices which cannot fail of giving satisfaction. Many of them will be sold at LESS THAN THE PRESENT WHOLESALE PRICE in Boston. The great demand for goods, in connection with the unprecedented scarcity of all kinds of Arner ican goods, will no doubt cause a considerable in crease in the price of most articles, but for the present I shall continue to sell at less than Bos ton prices. E. JEWETT. St. jQaasbuiy, May 4, 1865. E, & T. FAIRBANKS & CO. HAVE JUST OPEjSTED Their Second Purchaue of Fall and Winter Goods, Enibraclug uearly every artlcle tuually kept in a Dry Goods Store. COLORED AND BLACK SILKS, FliEXCII MERINOS, PLAID AND STRIPED POI'LINS, EM PRESS CLOTIIS, WOOL DELAINS, OTTOMANS, ST. MAR1E PLA1DS, WOOL PLAIDS, ALPACUAS, MELAXGES &C. SHAMLS, GLOVES, IIOISERY, LIXEX GOODS, BLA-VKETS, FLAN.VELS, W OESTED GOODS, BltOADCLOTHS, BEAVEKS, LOESjUNS, And a great vnriety of WOOLEN GOODS, For Gents', Ladles' aud Chlldrcn's Wear. AU of which will be sold at the LOWEST MARKET RATES. S1IAWLS! SHAWLSTFrench, Ameri can and German square and long Wool Shawls at E. & T. FAIRBANKS & CO'S. DLAIN AND FANCY CHINCHILLA, l Heavers for Ladies' Outsitle Garments, just opened at FAIRBANKS'. MEN'S SHIRTS AND DllAWEUS, in every styleat FAIRBANKS'. w OOL BLANKETS, just received at 100 BBLS' EUREKA FLOTJRj Just received at FAIRBANKS'. Oct. 11. FLANXELS. Notwithstanding the high prices of woolen gnods, flannel can be bought cheap at E. & T. FAIRBANKS & CO'S. o H AND JEWELEK, Has established his business on R. R, STREET, ST. JOHNSBURY, In the Allen Block, opposite the Pasumpsic House, where hehopes to receive that share of patronage which with some limitations is be stowed according to true merit. JUST RECEIVED, A good and well selected stock of goods in the line, together with PLATED WARE, YANKEE NOTIONS, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Toys, Perfumery, &c, aml will be solrl at fair nrnfits. Watches, C'locks and Jewelry will be faithfully B ON TON SKIRTS-at rmanufacturers1 Piicei, at . & T. PAUiBAKj & QO, JHE NEWEST AND BEST PATENT CRINOLINE YET INVENTED. nrnnTrnTTinr BON-TON FLEXIBLU USED IN BON-TON FLEXIBLE BON TON PATEa'T PLEXIBLE SPRING SKIRT. SOLD BY E. & T. FAIRBANKS & CO., ST. JOHNSBURY, VT. Persons wishing for extra sizes can be fumish ed by leaving their orders with them. This invention entirely dispenses with the old and disagreeable manner of fastening by gum. glue and rivets. and consists of a new and useful manner of securing thc tapcs and wires together by mcans of braid passing under and through the tape and through and round the covering of the wire, thercby forming a knot, rendering it the most perfect fastening yet discovered. The wire used is made from the best Refined Watch Spring Steel, and by thc peculiar manner of rolling pro duccs the necessary flexibility without sacrificing any of the strength which it is well known a sin glc bar has over a plurality of bars covering the same surface. 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, thc pads or cover ings of the ends of the bustle springs are the fin est cnamelled kid ; and with our new application for lacing the fronts, rendering the bustle springs when worii thc same as a wholc or continued spring, thereby kceping the front of the skirt fit ting closely and neatly to the form. The plcasurc 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 inconvenience. A lady who has woin onc of our Flesible ijpnng bktrts would not wilhngly dtspense with the use of them. We claim that for supcriority of materials it if not excelled, and for beauty of shapc and dura bility it hasnoequal. After a careful and thor ough examination, the Bon Ton Patent Flexible Spring Skirts are now beintr adopted and sold bv many of thc leading houses throughout the coun- " , Einfng olhers tnat of a. 1. Mewart & Co., New York; Chandler & Co., Boiton; Field, Palmer Leiter, Chicago. 1EAD AND KNOW THAT JST. M. JOHNSON Has jift recoivcd a rplondid rto.-k of FALL GOODS, AND WILL SELL TIIEM VERY CHEAP TO HIS FR1EXDS. Jact cill on him aud see hi new dr? iwoJj, ueir sheetingv new lleiilde tpriiif; .kirJ5. new lialiaoraK uer glove-r.nd hoisery, and if you don't huy you ldll not liave to pay for thtm -TIIAT IS S. K. K. St., St. .Iohnbury, S pl. 1. lf-.. tf NEW FALL 3 i 1 B t -AT E. McDOUGrALIj'S. .G ffriu A lare assortmcnt mmm -o, MILLINERT of thc NKWEST AND MOST UEUAHLE STVLES. A good Stork of Dress Goods. Trimmings, Buttons, Scarfs, Gloves and Hosiery. St. Johnsbury, Scpt. '27, lSfl j. pH(ENL MUTITAL LIPE I.NSURANCE CO. or HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. Organized 1851. Chnrter Pcrnctual. ASSETTS NEAKLY Sl.000,000. Hividend of retuni prcmium to assured, Jan. lst. 1SC5, F'ifty per ccnt. ALL I'OLICIES NUX-KOKKEITABLE AFTEU TWO YE.VltS. Locs Paid Inuncdiately Without Lit igatiou. Thc Company will purchasc any of its policies whilt in force, on which two annual premiums have been paid, and give for them their cquitable valuc. or if the party prcfers will issuc a new paid up policy for the amount of insuranc that the eijuitable valuc of the policy surrendcrcd will purchasc, thus making all its policies non-for-feitablc Thc following kind of policies are issucd bv this Comp.my, to wi; ; hlFE POLICIES, Payablc at doath. on which premium is paid every year during life of assured. 5, 10, 15, & 20 YEAR LIFE POLICIES, Payable at dcath, on which the premium for life is paid in fivc. ten. fiftecn or twenty years. These policies draw dividcnds yearlv after thc fourth year during life of assured. lEXlWWArENT POLICIES, Payablc when the assured arrives at a specified age, or at death if it occurs before, on which the preniiuoi is paid every year until the amount in sured is paid. EXDOW3IEXT POLICIES, payablc when the assured arrives at a specified ur at ueain n n occurs belore, on which the premium is paid in ten annual payracuts. ITS POPULARITY Is extensive as the country. its officers are cnter prisinK and its business succcss is thorough. Be fore insuring invcstigate thc plans of this com pany and scc thc ageht for this county. OFFICERS: EDSON FESSENDEN. President. UORACE J. MORSE, Vice President. JAMES J. BURNS, Secretary. Hartfokd, Ct. M. V. B. BULL, General Agent. S. T. BROOKS, M. D.. Medicai Examiner. G. W. JENKIXS, Ag't for Caledonia Co. Address, St. Johniburj, Yt. t75 .1 DO YOU WISH TO CLOTHIIVG ? THEjST eeajj and know That HUTCHINSON & CORSER h'.vc just returncd with their P -A. X Xa -A. 3NT 33 "7" I 3ST T 33 n C3r O O 3D S Which have been selected with a great dcal of carc from ihe Boston and New York Tuajkcts, We assert without fear of contradiction that our pres-rr s-tork. coIuprJcs a largrr amount and greater ass jrtment of first-class woolcns, than was evc. ncl befarc by any mia finn in Noflh- 0VERC0ATINGS 0F EVERY GRADE AND CLASS, i Pant aud Vest Cassimeres light and dark, plaia . ln short we have cloths suitable for aU men in ) by the yard or in the garment. Ladies' Cloakings in the Most Approved Styles, GEXT& FUZXISIIIXG GOODS, VJZ: Shirts, TJnder-shirtst Drawers. Scarfs, Ties, Collars, SuspenderF, Wristcrs, Cuffs, Hoisery, Buck, Kid, Cloth and Dog-skin Gloves, Kid Mittens. &c RE.D Y MADE CLOTHING, INCLUDING A LAR6E LOT OF OVERGOATS, Also, Overalls, Jumpers, &c, &c Please call and examine our goods before purchasing. "We are alwavs glad to show our stockand styles. St. Johnsbury, SepL 29, 1S55- SPLENDID IMPERISUABLE SUCH AS THOsE EXHIBITED AT THE LATE COUNTY FAIR, CAX BE MADE From Old Imperlect Ambrotypes, Daguerreotypes and Card Pictures of deceased persons. Call and see spccimens. COLORED CARD PICTURES. VIEWS OF RESIDENCES, &c. JUST RECEIVED A new and largc supply of Oval, Black Walnut and Black FoUshetl FRAMES , AT GAGE'S PORTRAIT GALLERY. St. Johnsbury, Sept. 22, 1S55. c O-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE AT THE DEPOT CLOTHING STORE. New arrival of FALL AND WINTER GOODS For Gentlcmen's wear consisting of cloths of all kinds of the best manufacturcs, READ Y-2IADE CLOTHING, Furnishing Goods. Hats and Caps. Trunks and Yalises. Also a splendid assortment of LWDEKSIIIRTS AND DRAWERS, Knifes. Scissors, Fishing Tackle. &c, &c. Also aceuts for WEED'S PATENT SEWING MACIIINE, One of the best in the countrv. AVM. H. HORTON & SON. WM. H. HOKTON. WM. T. HOUTOX. fOOLEN GOODS FOR MEiST AiSTD BOYS. Thp subscribers have recently purchased an un usually large stock of woolcns for men aud hoys wear Amongst which may be found some very fine and heavy English and American Coatings and Pantalocnery. Broadcloths. Tricots and Bcavers for ovcrcoats, al3 for Ladies Cloaks. Also, a large stock for bos wear. E. & T. FAIRBANKS X- CO. r0 TUOSE ABOUT COMMENCING HOTJSEKEEPING CROCKERY AND GLASS-WARE. The subscribers have just opcncd several pack ages of Boots X: Alcocks' warc, of the most ap proved patterns. E. & T. F. & CO. T E AS OF THE EINEST ELAAr0R Oolongs, English Breakfast, Y'oung Hyson. green and black Japancse.for salebv the pound or packag?. At FAIRBANKS' SIORK. JAPI0CA3 MACCARONI, SAGO. Farina, Cora Starch, Ptckles, rxeserves, Ketchups, Sauces, and Dried Fruits, At FAIRBANKS. P UKE COFFEE, MUSTAltD, PElTElt, Cayenae, Ginger, Spices. ahd Flavoring Extracts, at FAIRBANKS. E OUSE-KEEPING GOODS. f hose about to commcnce kceping house will find alame stock of Crockery andGlass warc.Table Cutlcrv, Table Cloths, Napkins. Doylas, Caqicts, .Vc. at FAIRBANKS STORE. H EADNEI'S, BACK COMBS, WIDE BELTINGS, Black and Gilt Belt Buckles, WINDOW SHADES AND FIXTUKES nowopeninzat FAIRBANKS. LADIES' FINE LEATHER TRAVEL ING BAGS AT FAIRBANKS. A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF jl Ladies Back Combs, Head Pins andShields at FAIRBANKS. B ALMORAL SKIRT TRIMMING AT FAIRBANKS. CHILDREN'S SHOES A larcc asRortmrnt may be found at FAIRBANKS. O OLONG, JAPANESE AND YOUNG HYSON TEAS, selling at reduced rncc at FAIRBANKS. PICKLED SALMON, TltOUT, 3UCK- KKEL& HERR1NG at FAIRBANKS. RICES REDUCED ON PAPER HANGINGS AT FAIRBANKS' B EST QUALH'Y OF LADIES' BOOTS may be foundat FAIRBANKS. EXTKACT Ginger, Vanilla, Lemon, Almond.Nectarine. Rose. Cloves. Cinnamon and Cellery, At FAIRBANKS. HITE WIXE VINEGAK At FAIRBANKS. HULLED BARLEY, WHEAT GROATS Buckwheat. Split Peas at FAIRBANKS. F AGTORY MADE, Creani and English dairy Cheese At FAIRBANKS. BUY CLOTHS OR and fancy- all places", which we aie rcady to Sell at fair prices G0FFINS CASIvETS, AXD TRIM31IXGS. 1 have constautly on hand a large assortment and variety of the above, which I will sell at very moderate prices for Jhe times. Splendidly fiuished ROSEWOOD CASKET.S A: COFFIXS, WALNCT AND BU1TERNUT CASKETS AND COFPINS. Also, CoiHni of common make and finish. . Which I w;ll emrravc to order. TUOMAS L. HALL, UxOEirTAKEU Main St , St. Johnbury. 31tf O T I C E ! ! The undersiged having purchased the entire stock of FUE1STITTJEE3 of R. Umeuwooi, NEAR TUE DEPOT, KAILIIOAD ST11EE1 St. Johnsbury, - - - - Vermont, Will add to and keep coastantly on haiid good asortmcnt of F"urniture, at thc Lowest CASU I'UlCEa. Also, PICTTJRE -1 1-t A TvrR? made to order at short aotice- CASKETS AXD C0PEIXS, of all sizes constantly on hand. 39tf MOSES F- BROWN. M. JOHNSON, Dealer in gcncral assortment of DRY GOODS AL80 AUCTIOXEEK Goods sold at auction on reasonable tcnns. R. R Street, St. Jchniury. May 2. 1SS5- G. W. SENTER, ROXXET BLEACIIER AXD DYER, REMOVED to thc Shop fonncrly occupied by J. C. Wclch, on Eastcrn Avcnue. " G W. S. is acent for the Maldcn Dve House JUST RECEIVED. Fall and winter stvles for fclt and traw work- M RS. H. W. PLEETWOOD Has on hand and is conftantly recciTintra choice andcarcfully sclcctcd assortment of FAXiIj MILLIjSTEHX, Also, a varitty of FANCY GOODS, HOOP SKIRTS, Which she invites thc public to call and examine. St. Johnshurv. Oct.o. 1SC3. AD1ES AND MISSES' BOOTS AND i SHOES new styles at E. JEWETFS. 0V WE WON THE BATTLE. A jEW ENGRAYLNG-, BY JOI1N SARTA1N, I S X O W REA 1) Y. Asl'M. Waiited. W. J. Holland, PuLIUhrr. Sprinufield, Mass. Addrcvs J. M. GROU1. Grn'lAg't, 73-75 West Brattleboro, Vt. S. T-30'S Conlantly on hand and for sale. Govenraient secun'ies of aU kinds procurcdon short noticc at THE FIRST KATIONAL BANK OF ST. JOHNSBURY. November Ccupons. Gtild, Silvtr and Canada bills bought atmost favorable rate. GEO MAY, Cash. Sl. Johnsbury, Vt , Nov. IS, 1SG5. TY O TEACHEltS. TEACHERS OEPORTMENT CARDS. Of approved style whirh wc wi'i furnish at20 cents per dozen. Scnt frccof expenc o:i rcceipt of pricc C. M. STON E . CO. CtARPETS! CARPErSI Nu Wonl. Hemp and Paiuted Carpets. jnst received at FAIRBANKS'. r 2