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f. f I I, 4 11 1.4 .1! t 4j V; 8:: V.h i' IKV- ! . 3 . J 1! I! 5 M nfior ilic last pullioation oi' such noticL-. And .siid rommi.-.-ioui.Ts sliall at the tiine aml place appoiutcd proeeed to receive such subscriptions aml to receive the bonds j in exehange ihercfor. And no such sub- j srription shall be reccived for a greater mm tliuii thcamount dw :is heriin providcd upon bouda i uinler c lid wcoiid mortpio, uciually ut'puHU-d by the j mli.-crii cr t the timr of his i?ubfcriptiun witli s.iid coin- j mkfioneri'. Aud if the liold(.'n of thn c-fourtliH in amount oi piisd b". d.J d'i not -ulji-cnl) for puch etock iii exrhau(.'e tlit ri fur, tlicn niid votiiiiiiiInncn fhall return to eacb eui. Fcriiitr the Imnt'.e so liy hlm dcposit' d. S'c. r. Wl.c1. the h. Idere of thrce-foiir'lia iu iiinoiint of eaid liutid.-' eliali b:ivo uUrribud for such c.ipital fock in i S' haiiL'v for .iil boinlp in th- m nurr lier. iatirovided. t-iM comiiiii'-ioi)t-r cli 1 ciTtify the fnct nnder'hcirhand. j uid h-iU. aml c tnt ewh fiTtiticatu t be rucorded in ibi (illice nf t' v !' ! ayof Mttis And Piid coti lnisi-ionciv ' elnll then cill the first n.ii-tinf; of taid cockholdiTt- for the oij,'uiiz.itiou i taid oiiipany, to be hoidennt J.'utl.md ' on pome d.iy l.y f uid c oinmirHioiiiTe to be de-igiuted. ! And ten daye notice slull bi Kiven liy faid c miuiti'ioncri' , of'hc tiniea:nl phrc nf t-aiil meet'ug to each of taid ' fook-lifldeip, cithur ier?aially or by mail, propwly di- rttid aud rt p-iid. S' c. i". Tlie ' itice of p.iid cori oration ho ehall Le c'io?en at fiid tirtt meftiuf; i-liall be not hss than tivc nor ' ni' re th.ni nii.e direc rp. And Euid diitctow slialleleet ciir ot th' ir niitnbor ;tt y i-idcn aid elmll appoint -i ' t cai-iw aud a clirk. And all taid ollicen' pliall Itold of tl. ! fur onc v:r, and r.ntil ntlier- are duly eleet d or ap- , i' tcd in thi'ir ptetd. Sec. 7. When f il eorporation tliall have IxY-n dtilv l fi rmi' I ai.d or.-aniz' d iin l r the pn.v ,-iou of thfcatt, i't hh.-ill lif'oini' ve.-ted nitli all the poue ?, n'shtp, privilca- 1 t- and f :iti hi?.-.- fur mainta ning and cper.it. uj; ciid rail- ro-id, v. hiih wcrc vyt(d i . and enjoycd by tlie llu'laiid I an i Ittirli'iu'ton K ilrnad t' mpauy. And it i-lml. be pub jc t to like .'iitii'.- uid li ibi'iti t. And fl;a'l likfwi-c suc-1 ied to, IkM and enjoy all rijrlit-, betn fit title and .id- vaM.it;.-I'rnvtd .r to lie ileiiveit l,y the tnii-teee of taid M'cond iiiortt-'are oi d.vd et tnut imdei :.ny dcer. e of , ; f- Xo UHeni. WhMei, f Vemak J'M" a-lcertiM-frt!erlotii!i; of the Mitie or of rale of paid road and iuort- , ' , ip d jiroperty. And all ri-h h. title an.l i'-ieie.-t ae-, " - catUjmt in ruvhn-j ma'.ter. li:irod by fa d trnt' e? w dei any tw forc clo.ure or .-ale " - ,hsllve iii1leo;p',r;,ti. n And ..id conma iou may ! (Ull'Odd Mccfillf (it St.JolinsbUI'll. at ii(v t.-ik"- pu.-'feppioiu t und m intaiu a .d opera'csaidl ' r 'ili"tid, mliji ct to all exi-tint,' u'ht-' of ctlicr p.irtirf, and 11..H p.oc. id in any liianui r it m-iy deein xiieili'-nt, ei- oun. r!iip of ihe i.pc imi bemiit of the whoir e.-ta-e. nmi tontirf heiiitrritt . cliin.a, nnd'vided r othfnvifc, of -ny thrp.irtv nr p.irie- inti re?ed in p-iid lailroad or ;nT"y pnnu'i'e dj uuiri m-, iu uniuiii i' e iue aml anv par tlieieol. .n i u iii -ne uiieret.-ot mrti otlier piitiis biU beenme veptel in Mich i.ew o.uporation, -aid corporitii n fhall be th- tnwti-e- therei f, an'd phall leac- ronnt ;i.e th. r. f.r a.-hh b. See, S-'ee. . Saidrorporntioni-h.il be anthoiized up'm vote ) ihci- dirt-ttcrr to iyi; a p i feired .r jjuarai.teed ftoek - the piirp pi- of r:itif itii, pm wj; or pnrrh isiur prior i ,;i . .-: I. ii l. . ii . i I of . ' f..r Uainworinrmnb anc-e- nn.,n or intere-; in i-rf.l rn-1,1 n,l prop -r , and not exci-e.iin in ainount : lio iiinoiint jutly diie np n uid pli.o cl i iiip oi incinhbrimtt-p. And pucii Ftnek m-iy b.- exrhii"i.-"-d formdi pri..r cUiniP or incniu-binnr'-i- npoii cin h ti rm h ni i le av'reed nn. And cjid p i f ire.l r fiiur nteed -tock u liin po U-ned pliall be ent tb d to roc ive dtidiiidf froin the earninp and in-c-iii'-jf - :d '.rporatiun i tlt ate of pi-vcu pe--cent per anmim, piyabl'- emi-i'.n -illy, free of 1'nited .-tates t.ix, bcfor r.iiv i.ther dividendp jl.all ) iianle -ln-retrom. And I'.ii.l'iorp. nition rh ill p ly n l i.'i ijI Iii- li:ible lo pav piic-Ii dividend- on ni.' preferr (Utockpi-iiii-.innually frotii thci: i-irnin'.'p or i. e nu . And uiit.l decl.iri d, inteiest rh.ul be. Hil'idto i-ach diM'd nd f.mn the (-m! ef th half year litn the p-'ine h nil 1 In-di clared. And no dividend' Ki ill In- paid 1. the euinnioii rtoik of mu eorporation i:n 1 1 a d vi i- nd i-- iii.--.de .-n aid prof'-rn d rtock, nor whilu .iny ."i iiii-.iunii i! dividi-n l on ki'mI ptoek or interear there nn, hi--i-in )i o id'd fo,, ;c!ii:iii.s undei'hldl. Aud no moilci-eof i" id ro:id and projin-v, or any p,ut tiieroof, i-Jrill be m ide by ?ai ! i-oi pur iti n that .-ha.l take prece-leni-e ut pr.-feiTcd or . u.ira- teed took in -he appli cation of the i..coni- of p-iid corpor.ition. S. i . Ii. No p.efe l- d or KU.trai.'eed p! ek thall 1 e iwued by paid rorpuatio u b-pp nn eqnal miiomit of rlainip or ini'imibiiuiei p ou -.n'd road and propci t y priur to that i f t.iid c rpo a io-i ph.ill tlureby be .- it .li d, letired and - ii iiip-d thercfiir. Ai il if aiiy mrli protVsred .r pinrnn tet ! -toi-k phall be ip-u- d in ioltinu tf the provicions of thi- peetion tli. dir etorj f p..i I corpcr.'Uion liall be pci- oii-illy liali'e to any hrlder of pneli Ftock fur puch dani-si-;e. : be ntay .-ii-tain in . I'npnpieuco of kiii'Ii over ippne. .-e. S iid corporiti' n pli.ill be A-itln.riz d and eni jwwen d 'o ni.ik.. any by-Ia? m.t inciittpieteut illi the ji ovi."iuu- ; thi-' act noi -. itii tlie l.iwp of thi.- Ft.Ue, and to iu ike any and all l.iwfnl contrartH toiK-hins the i-ati;- taoti .n. a j-H-ineiit i.rp.m nt of prior in uinbraiieep on paid load and p.epe.ty. t'ec. 1 1. ..iid c .rpoiation Pliall be antle rized to m.ike the prefer.cd ptoek l.erein jiroviile 1 for i unvertlble iuto euiiiuiuii i-tock of paid corpon'ion ar the. iption of tie hol.hr. See. 12. Thi" act ph ill bo nibject to ilie action of anv fut re u'i-latnre, t n.iend, al er or repeal, as the pablic good in lequire. Sec. 1B. '1'Iuk act pball takc etTect frcin i s p tssatre. Appruvui -Ma di 'J, lc7- Anact redini; to t'io riited Sute cxclnpive jurisliction over -i cp for rn.-toni lioiire. It U hrre! y i nacted, Ae. Sec. 1. 'i'he erelnie juriidii tion overso niuch land in tlie tr.vn of N'twpo t a? the I'ui ed Statep tlnll hereaf er pu c'l.fe, n-.t i xci edr tbri-e acr p, i? hrrebv cided io he i'oi'e-i htatep. . f AmenVa, providcd paid i hi ed StafeP phall pur !i:ih neli piee--ot lmd of the ownors tben-of. Mndpii.ii!.rccit.eie..nabiii in-foi a uutoin huti-eor tor utbe: pu-poFe.--, a:n! kccp tli u in p.iid cuptoni hoiii.-. Svc. 'J. A'l the l.iml over uhieli jnri dicticn ip herebv c.'d d -ind tl.e buiidii uid prpertv which .i ay be pi.i iii he e.n by p ii i'ui td st t p,'f1i H be rxei.ip froin t .xatiiin p ) luijfr a.1 tlie pime eh.ill be iid d for the purpov hcr, ini efor inentioncd. ....... . iu- .ili r- ui ui ii'i in-ui: i i lllht :i:i or llll(l - for. uiihthe jurisdicti -n uf thip ptite for the purpopeof Fei vinjr "r i xcent'iif,' auv le 1 piocer. I Tl.w ui u i; i.t-.t . u... :w AppruMd Al.ircli Ji, lsii7. An act to jmnish breacliea of the peace .ind unlau ful com biu tii-iip. I' i- h reby cnacted, &(!. Sce. 1. Any pe.Poii u ho slnll t'.reatcii any violeuce or injiirv to uny otlie- per i n, with mt nt to preven' -neh ithcr per.-un's eniploviiient in anv mill. iiifimfHi-toiv. nr.pi 'i i, iinue, o. uii :uiy ruin-oaii, mau no puniPi eil iiv tine not ee'-e 'in: cne hu'ndr.'d dolla' -, or b. inipnt onment in t'ie conimon jail ui t more th m t'lree montlip. : fc'cc. Any perpon uo thall hythre.it, or .-itiuiida-ti'-n, oi bv torce. either j'lone' or "in coinb.'uatiin with o;h-r-, atl'iiiit, dr.vi away oi pn v- ,t anv otlier per?cn frni.i acceptiii-, midert-ikim; o pr.w u Ini; any ei.ipb y nunt :o l il.or in any mill, t-hop, ni.mufai tory, inin.-, qu-i'i-r.-, oron cny r.i'.-o.id with inteut to pavcnt the jir.i-e-cution of vork in uch mill, ph. p, n:anu'actor-, mine, I't-irry, oroii i.i.y railroad, ph II be pii.iifi.ed by impri--nnincnt in the ; t te mhi not ninie than t.vy yii-p, .,r by tiue not rxceediin; five biiiulred dolhre. . oc. .(. Tliis au -irill take etl'eet froin iti jup.-age. App:oved March -7, l-!". Au aft in t'ddition to a-.-I explanation of icrt-iiii i-tatutep tmthoiizint; towu-" to aid in thecons-niciiou of rail.oadp uitlli.-l thijrt:ltc. It ip hereliy euie td .te. Sec. 1 . A'.y town in t'lip Pt ie, which haa bei n liere'o fore authoriZi-d to aid any railroad company liy b an, nif', Mibscriptl ui forptoek, or otherwlpe, niay vote puch aid, or ho niuch the-.'cf n phall not hnve In en "ther. tofore voti d, at any mi-eti'.'r calle I f r tha1 ptirpo.-e in the in-iuiier ire peii' ed by l.nv f.ir call'n pp cial town meetinp , notwith ftatni.nir rit h town, .it i iiieetin e-jil diu the liianner pr. .-ribtd by t'ie .tc aiitho i.inj; thcui to u-r.mt ? 'h aid. niay have nfuped t jrmut aid 'o nich nil oad, or have r.tntel i p.irtion of the aid, culy, v.liich puch town was au I10H7. d o jjran. . c. .'. A.iy town in this Pt ite, whi. h ha? bien ii reto bre mth'i.iz d 0 aid aiyi-iil-oid cuinpany, .cnl whicii fhall h'lve. autliorized, or niay here-u" er tiut'iorize thc I'cle tnu n, or other ol'iicer or ani nt of puch town to b .r row iiioney for lli.it p.i-pon, may intli.aize the b'.n !b . f taid tov. n, wi'h intert-pt coupo ? att tchcd. to be i?pu. d for the mo.iey m borroui d, or to be bonowed : -in ! a y vote liv Micli to- n l.eretuf'ire p-i?-vi!, i horizi-."; tlie i??ue 1 f mr'i Iionds foi p.i.ch punu.-e, ip t.ereby d(.il.ir.d val d .u.d le,'il. Se e. Thip act pl.all t ike cffect truni i-p ptspac. App ,iet Mareli l'l". An act 10 prev.-nt tlie deptroction r.f fi?!i by the HrC of potmdp 01 b- the -ettin;,' of ne'p. It is b -ieb. en.icted, Are. S c. 1. If any pe- en phall here.iffer tke. kill or dc etr y, by the , p .11' p ,und, by the pet ii.g of nets of iv y kiud, i 1 -iny w.i 1 f tlfp pfat , any ii?h, fu -b per poii phall forfeit und piyto the tna-iirerof thetonin uhii h, or near .-t v.hi. li, t u- p.iuie p!i h 1.,. o t-ike 1, kill ed or du troy d, in thi-i fta e, t'ie -11111 f tive dollarp for ea: h -uid . very 1'ipIi po tik n. kilk-d or A. etrovt-il, t be ie-overul on eoniplaint ut a 1 wi iand iuror, ith co.-tp of pweeuti n; and any jiia'eo of the p ace of the eounty f-h di h r.e iiill juii.-dictiou t he.ir try and deterniiue the s une. ee. 2. Thi? act -h-ill tnke eit ct froin if pasj.ige. Approved Miir. h '-S 1m'7. An act t provide for .he expeuscn . f Hn. prescut peppiuii 01 the j: ne al appoinbl--. It ip hereby eiuet d, Ae. S.. . 1. The pum u:' ti n thoifand dollar? ia npp opri ited or the pu -p ?e . f jciyin th.- debe-i'nre- of the licute'iant K-vcrnur, ti;e nate ind huu e ot'ivpie-t'ntativep, and the co itnip-nt expeup of the irepeu- -pcclal per-ioa of ti e geaiT.il arpeinbly. e.-. 2. Thi- ict A iii t ik ffect froui iU p.ipage. pproved M.irch 1, 1ci;r. otntreImi..n concernin, tne control of r..ihoad, in ! 'uif'ut by f.re pn eorporation?. the .-ontiol byfo -.Ka eorporationpof the! vest ''i'II,.';:;'1 :: .,,.c,,me 11 ct 0 ; V u "...n-ir peuoii , , .1 .....ii. ii i. ii::iii ui II II.- nl.- if I ie ,t it.. t. i). i . i . i , . ' In.' r " J" 1 "uu 'eapouauie use lliereot : 7 ' . ' ihattheoveniorW reiini-piel to jjipo nt tlire com lnN ion- rp, who-e dutv it ph-.ll b ti ..u-ider thi- nibiut an.'n n.iuire into rl:e Kriev.m ii allcW,l to have been hip iined, aml to nport to the next annu 1 e.-p on of the lciri -l.uure whether auy, and wha: adniti inl lc"i-htion lnme premiP ian.eefi.irv, an 1 to j.r.paie anv bili ou tlie -ubject which tfiey niay tliink pr. per to ricJmm- n i dolls W. STnwRT. Spi-akerof the lloii'e. A. Ii. (i.m. Kii, I're.-.deut of tlie Seuate. STATE ol- VEi:.MOr. . Okfk-k or Sn i:etm:y if State.I II....... II-- ..r. v ....... ,., iiimvi (.), V.s0)l,-,jr),-. , .uuiiipt-uui, .utircn jMn, ( T I....l... .1... .i. r. .... 8 n- e 1 ee i ur-Au 10 :h,- at.. ntion of tiie ie-ipi.i- anu said suUstaiitially, tliat soine vears ao tur ,n th-M-oud-.ct of -mh corp .rationp, enpu-.d,, , ,. ,. , , jutis.io In .liemaai-emeutof Vermont roadi, a .d tliere lltld 0CC11 a lltt C k'C Hl" Cll"-endorpd An.T.r.vs nodipppi-i,,, ,f theFc pBi.l c Morkso.-ht , ,. . c U1U1(1Clea to 'ie allowed. which iiimiiru tlii. .n.... ,,.,,:.... f. ' 111 tili' ffiwn nt l-mi-i b M,r..;,,. ( 7i wi,VK bV'Si "m'y tlle 1,iltdiet" on these tenns. J'. took the s,a.ul amid mucL pu'.iiicitioa in the new-papcrp. innl'iii;n '11111 , aEoniiK.'-,.Is;;ecr.t,r,of state. aPi)l,ulsC a,ul !lttcr mtimating that those ? jwere ju.t the terms on which Danville ,.f l ;t ,7 . wcignu wth it that it all the hay and track sc.ues alone winch t he Mp?i-, K.5,.Koi-J have in use were consolidatcd, the S would be a plank road loiiL'er than from llu-lon to Worcester, and they were never i Iding more plank to this road than nbw. HoUon Juunud, March 30. , jjj (J J IAN. ! Bv C. STOXE & CO. ST. JOH.NsBUKY, VT., FlilDAY, APKIL 1'.', 1S67. Itatcs oi' Advertising. ); .V.rcmber 1. li'fi, the i-ate.i of Adccrtixiwj in The CA LKDOXU X mll Le utfuUic: (jne njnare (l'J liiie.i, une ineh xiace) onc week. . .$1.k Kach cijtttinaaticc, V llalf jmtie Ct ltiie) me ircek, 75 theh cvntintiuiD e, '. 15 (),! .vn'uie jei- nar chaii'jeabW ipiarteihj) . . . . .b.'M lltisine.i ( '(!,(. f,.;- a,ar yi'lch liiie) 1.U0 lAbnaHtnii; Kstnvix, Xntices tu Leijiduturc, ete. .l.Ml Iah-.iI Xoiices. jer Aya!e liiu;'. Viy. (ihitintrifx. jin Ime. m; .Vi7ifc. Lier, r ili-iiuitiei!) iierUne l.r. y some failure of the mails we did not ! I'eeeive a notiee intondcd for this papei", , ii- m i i- i I calnrig :l ttUlroatl mcetlllg at tllfS phlCe 1 j , ,., ,. ., . -M)nl 1 Ster Wei'C (tltribulC(l, i i , ., , ,. , , Iiowever. and nutwitiistaiiding the bad 'vtflto III tlwi tlllTiMltlfr l nvrrn niiml.rti. !..:: r. .. i.i.i .. i i ii ! "- 'Wiiiiltil ;il uiu IUWI1 1KU1 011 Tluirsday atWnoon. Ilorace Fairbanks, Emj., ealled tlie nioeting to order, and on niotion of Jona. Koss, Esq., Ilon. Calvin .Morrill Avas chosen ehainnaii, and Messrs. X. II. Eaton and C. Stone,'- secreta rios. On taking the chair, Mr. Morrill said that the principal speaker, on wliom they liad rclicd mainly for this nieeting, (Ilon. C. W. Willard) had disaj)i)ointed them. An important Miit had unoxpectcdly de tained him at M.ontpelier. But although disappointcd by M.r. Willard's non-appear-ance. they hoped to 1 1 II up the time vith local speakcrs to the acceptance of the au dienee ; and he called upon J. D. Stod dard, E?q., to addre.-s the convention. Mr. Stoddard said that he canie before that large ast'mbIy with reluclant'e, not having preparcd a set speech ; but he was wili'mg to dy anything Iie could to aid an enterprise which he considered of such vi tal importance to 'ennont as the onc in contemplation. Jle said theory would not build railroads : but to coinph-te such au entcrprise as thisj money and labor uas necessary. Soine secincd staggercd at the proitortioiiS of tlie WOI'k hlid OUt. 11 He had loanied bv the exncrience of the " 1 past leW Veai'S, that W'llOll a lai're DOr'ioil " 1 " oi auv coinniunity iv'dlcd anythiii'f thev . ' J accoillpllrhcd U. If tllCV UllitC ill this 011- terprise, tlicy can carry it thiough. In no tiiiif. ui tlit. ln.-lui wf Vui lllUltl lU(l III' believe thcre was o iinportant a question before it as this. Mr. Stoddard spoke at longth ot the advantages this entcrprise "OllHl l)C to liOStenty Ot tlie inilueilCO lt wouh! have in settling oursons at home of prevcnting eiuigration, and incrcaing the popuhition as well as the wealth of Vermont. He kept in view the impor tant fact that this road was but. a link in a chaiu of trunk railway which was event uaily to be one of the great thorougbiiires of the country and he would not conlinc his views to ils niere local advantagcs to narth-oastern Vermont, but take a broad view of its gencral advantagcs to the en tire state aml country. JIc spoke of the wcstein conucction with the northern Ta cilic railroad, and believed that crc long the atlcntion ol congress would be direct ed to tlif importance of having the gov ernmeiit do soinething to hasten the com pletion of the Northern, as it has the Uentral Tacilic railroad. "When this link betwcen 3ron(peiicr and rortland was compleied, he lielieved its cffect upon our state would bu such that Vermont would not only be a good state to be born in, as Mr. Douglass said, but a good state to live in and die in. E. C. Uedington. Estj., was next calfed out. Jle said he would occupy but a few moments' time, and would coniine himsclf to one point. Iie said it was not a ques tion with him whetiier this road would put a 1'ew dollars more or less in his pock et, or the pocket of his neighbor. This road would be a lasting benelit to every rnan in this entirc section, no matter whcre he Iived ; and for that reason he would urge it with his whole heart and srrnmrtli li. I' 1:... .1 . i n . r , V ' 1 "VC nnnutes, forciblv and to the noint , . ' , 1 1 Lu dl:ul,ni:1 mecting then arose 1, . i iii,- bury. brought about 111 connection with 4l , r. , n.v, luiioi.u ui uie coumy uuiuungs to this placc. It was now proposcd to forever iorget past diHerences, and unite the two towns together so closely as iron rails and cedar ties could bind them : and he would oall upon Ilon. Jiliss X. Davis of Dan- ville to state if his town was readv tn J - luaciue oiu seores, be pro - ceeded at le.mth to anme for tl. . . .. .f Mont pelier to St. .Johnsbury was somethin very niuch needed, and if the people who are to benelitted by it so determined, they could have it. This road was to be of coni- '-, ., ,. ... e, .1-tt.iiioi. oi. (juiiiis- ' unmense ndvantage to Northoastern Ver- .....i .. ,i...,:..,i .ix... ,.riri i,;i,i ijjuui, 4iuui luiiiuu uiuli tvuuiu uuiiu it ; but unlcss thcre was such an effort, it ' to present to the convention the names of would not be built. This road hadgottobe a committee to canvass the town and ob built by the people of Washington, Cale- tain subscriptions to the capital stoek of ' donia and Essex counties. Connecting roitds were so jealous that they would throw more cold water on this project than they would give it nioney though he be- lievcd this road would ultiinately help J 1 them all. Mr. Davis said that formerex- nerienceof railroads in Vermont would not 1 hold irood with respect to this road. Ex- " 1 nenence in binldinir and runninr rauroads x - c O I in the last twenty years had not been val uelcss both were done on a niuch more econoniical plan than fornierly. The speaker then alluded to soine reinarks which he made here nt a previous meet ing, several weeks ago, respecting the ul timate connections of this road. Iie spoke ofthe two splendid harbors (the best in the world) on each sitle of this continent the one at J'ortland and the other at Pu get's Sonnd. Iie said it was not the wild iniaginings of any brain that saw in the future the Euglish trade with China and Japait coming over this road from ruget's Sonnd to J'ortland, thence to Lherpool Mr. Davis then caused to be read a leadinjr cditorial in the Uoston Journal of March '2S, respecting the new route from Japan to Liverpool, via San Francisco, the Ccn- tral I'acilic railroad, and Xew York. He said the route via the Northern Paeilicam the J'ortland and Ogdensburg railroad, would be between six and seven hundred milcs shortcr than this one which was so highly comineuded by coinmercial inen 'J'he speaker then touched upon thc in- teresting subject of "would the road pay t Iie didn't want to call upon the towns to help build this road, but he hadn't a par ticle of doubt but in twenty years, if the towns did build thc road. it would be the best paying stock they possessed. And if rnml itnelr fv tou'iw it i irood i'ti' 5ii1! viduals. Jona. Ivoss, Esq., was the next speaker called out. I Ie too was one of those who believed this road wculd be a paying en tcrprise. The speaker wcnt into some computation. bv which he showcd that in the last lifteen vears the valuation of our state had increascd as niuch as the entire cost of all our railroads and this increase had been on the line of the railroads. Nor did this fact alone show the linancial value of railroads to our state, for had they not been built, the deterioration in real cslate would have been tull as niuch as its pres ent increase. Mr. Jioss spoke aUo of the competiug markcts this road would open for both the purchaser and the seller while we are now conlined to the Jioston market, the new road would give us in addition I'ortland and New York. He spoke of the value aml necessity of healthy competition ofthe local support the road would receive that the towns through which it would ias, compare favorably in business and wealth, with those aloii" the line of the J'assumpsic road. Iie spoke also of the western frcight which this road niust of necessity bring, it be ing the shortest line, into Northern Ver mont, New Hampshire and Maine. Mr. Koss made a strongplca for the entcrprise. and closed by saying that thcre was niuch in the idea presentcd by a former speaker that it was worth one's efforl to do some thinir for this "eneration. Our limits will not permit cven a bricf ab-tract of all the spceches made. The reinarks of most were short, pithy and to thc jioint. Ilon. C. S. Dana was tpjite enthusiastic, and a short speech from him reccived repeatcd applause. A. J. AVil lanl, Esq., believed there were U. S. ronds (now idle capital) enough in the towns along the line, to build the entire road. He wcnt into the ligures rclative to the increase of wealth since the intro duction of railroads. Since the J'assump sic road was opcned to this place, the val uation of real estate in St. Johnsbury had increascd nine hundred thousand dollars and that of the county over two millions of dollars and he believed this new road would cause a still greater increase Samuel K. Jiemick, Esq., from several years' residcncc on the J'acific coast, and a full knowledgc of the capabilities of its harbors and the increase of its commcrce, would endorse all Mr. Davis had predict- ed. and was ready to go even farther. Franklin Fairbanks, Esq , spoke brieily illustrating and giving point to his re inarks by two incidents which had come to Lis parsonal knowledgc one showiii" the value of railroad facilities to the farm er, and the other to the manufacturcr. Thc chairman, Hon. Calvin Morrill, was called out. Iie spoke at length and with evident eil'ect we never heard him do better. He made several strong jioints : The road we nceded and could have, with suituble and timebj eftbrt. We now had the inside track of all the railroad projects from I'ortland to the west. To keep this advantage, required immediate action and "eternal vigilance." He said one efiect of every improvement was to bring out the croakers with the cry of "ruin." A cer tain class had been ruined themstlves, and had our town ruined. with ; improvement that had been adonted for L, r , " P ed l0r iast iuhj, eaia ; ana tne recent act of our legislature had "ruined" them again. heh Mr. Morrill concluded his re marks the meeting had been in session over three hours, but before adjournino- ' A. J. Willard, Esq. moved that a com- m;Hnnnfti, i, .,m;t.tml hv tlir. ntmir jxuui.i. v mivo itfuiiit.t ...v. v....... this road. Tlie chair appointed Messrs. Willard, Franklin Fairbanks and J. C. . Bingham, who norainated the following persons as that eoramittee : Cuab. s. dana E. U. Keihn'otc David Botnton Lamueet IIastinos Joei. Fletcher E. D. Blouoett Davii Ooopali. David CuAfiiAN AlilAL R. HOVEV Joun" Bacon Geoeue Hanney Ika Aeminton. TOX Baeeon Moclto.n A. G. Cuadwick , Jos. oss A. ti. W ILLABD J- D- Stoduabi i StUL K. Kemick l franklin Faieuankb G. B. llCLLAEIl Purchase of tlie liussian JPosses slons. The scnate hasjust confirmed a treaty which Mr. Seward has been negotiating with Jiussia, by which the lerritory on this continent called Kussian America, is to be ceded to the Unitcd Statcs. The suni to be paid is about ten uiilions of dol laiv in our curreucy. We do not know that it is strange that there is so great a diversity of opiuion rcl ative to this new annexation schenie, but it is approved and condeinned very decid edly by both political parties. There is certainly one valid objcctiou to the pur chase at this this time, and that is its cost. In the present burdcncd state of the coun try, nienibers of congress and cabinet ofli cers should understand that inillions of dollars cannot be votcd for anything but defence. The way the public nioney is appropriated is onc of the alarniing fea tures ol our times. Ilere we are, at the close of a protracted and devastathnj war, with a debt that would forever ruin a na tiou of less recuperative powers. than this, giving ten millions for a bit of territory, four hundred miles north of the northern boundary of the United Statcs, and so near thc anricultural The that ics. fur trade and mines. If Cn.-le Sa was cramped for roou,-if he ha.l not al- , i i , ,. .. readv a moderate sized farm. this aru- ' u ment would seem to have :ore weight. millions of money for a st rip of land on the Arctie Ocean. Liut we have drawn ' the elcnhant. now Im-a -ot t.. mfco .... , , . . " care ot him : and that will be a continual nal urain on tne treasurv. Tempekance at Ki iji.in.;ton. "burlington I'rotective aociation." irive notice in the ndverti,iIu; columns ,,111,0 Free IW -that it ish.-h- i,,.i,. .1 . .i c. . i i . sec that the State Lniuor aw is promntlv i l "'t j ,nfnr 1 "F""1 ,lU kmm" of. its provisions which thall occur in this citv community from vicc, disorder and crime, . bj-secunng, as lar as jiossible, the hnpar - tial exccution of the l'rohibitory knv.' We wish them everv succcss. eg-There are various rcasons :is.igned why the democrats succecded in carrvhi" Connecticut elcction last week. A Con necticut man assurcs us it was a lavish expcnditurc of nioney especiallv that of the democratic nominee for govcrnor, Mr. Euglish. One ofthe nutmeg papcrs sums up all the rcasons for the disaster in a word riun. The Albany Journal says that one cause of the success of the dcmo- crats in Connecticut wiio the return of a arge number of fellows who ran away during thc war to cscape the draft. These "lost stars" are all deinocrtits. Tli.. "shooting stai-s" are republicans. The lemocracy is jubilant. throughout. the north, and the Free J'ress says no one blanies them, for it is their first victory since the battle of Ihill IJun. Gi-o. J'. ItowEU. & Co. The rapidly increasing business of these adertising agents, has induced Mr. Howcll toreniove his ollice from Uostou, to 10 J'ark Iow, New York. Mr. Ilorace Dodd, the "Co." of the old lirm, continues an advertising agency at thc old place, 28 Congress strect, Boston. By promptncss. libenility, and in doinir business strictly on the squarc, Mcssrs. I?owell & Co. have in a bricf time "Town into an immense advertising busines We wish them increascd prosperity in their enlarged sphere. ihe I'ltAXcoxiA Ml-imeu. Samuel Mills, the murderer of Geo. Maxwell, at Franconia last Novcmber, had his trial at Haverhill last week, and was sentenced to be hung the first "Wednesday in May, 18G8. The article upon first page rclative to the ani.oyances, abusea and dangers of railroad travcl in the United States, is written by one whose long familiarity with travel in all parts of the civilized world has enabled him to see, consider and judge of the matter. The one who travels least cannot fail to see the point and justice of his conclusions. Miss Selina Eller of Ilarailton county, Ind., was lately cured of hydrophobia by the use of bromide of potassium, which is recommended by a European physician. north tioleas to be tofillv untit for I)nicI,c:l1 Kow-ieUe acquired in the last . I , uuiiu poiu .is io ut loi.un unut ioi i . . .,.i.i;...,q-ji It was recentiv renortct i h:tt (".nvpn.,,: , ai.ii,.i jviit.-. uk tmuiii" pti CCJIl. IO i purposcs. .... .. .. ..r ,i , i , , Hrownlou- nt' T.'iiius:. ,...;.n.. .i... I uii- tust ui iiiu aoove roaus, we nave tor . t"'v ll- advocates of this nurchase elaim I mr i.i-...wis1 r-..,l .. n,t ...... ..r o.n l liniiiir aud could not liw lou" z lmt Iii- il will be of nreat value for its fishar- i -IS3 00. or a total of S970.41H (Hl " i Wr Knoxville Wht;r. tav hi: I Jut as long as we have untold posscssions constructing which our leirislature ha juj , , . 'l . J1'1 ,!,u -M WMK-nurj- in the AVestern territories. in a temperate I 5,1 "' "to 1k- pnt in 'per- V, " lb"" M at FnJav. rr r -r i n -1 J ''r'-bs: died nnles of hnghh sod, and squander .. ,,. ni, 1llP.. ,. ward ohtor and pubh!k:r ol :!H'Miciu.':i!! ,-. , ... 1 7;exnlosio tliat il... i,ltl..rm . ,. ixuia, viAiUUditAtiUA j BrtJMw . - iu an emionai article savs: "We ilo not . 1 , , i ,-..- JCverv D iv . . ,i "i. i . , was shakeiMlowu. aml Uie niiw tliat sup-1 wiTH Prurrrc r-cinUT c o mnr ! A PR'NTING PRESS FOR S2.00. know who compose the M'rotect.ve Asso-J .)orte,i thl5 l(lll.kel fo ' , WITH PSiENbERS, FnEISHT i U.S. MAILS. r . r. ,.;.it o (V .... ...1 : .1 i r i i i- . - . I wit ieiiouiD?ar-tcli-?-tf-iiw-liiiir.: . -ncr mij jT-.w. IZUU!--air. " "" uui! ue louiiu ( ue.-centung was annost instantlv severedhv o0 Attaa ic otv-a i rmyn' , ldfi.t-. i 5 ". -aki.-,ii .v-ja in our aiivcrusmg columns : tint we are hh-oiinnng gas. iwo or llirce poor iel- s. h:.cis4 M4rTYli informcd that it is a budy of our citizen- ,IoWsS wu,c in tI,c UU('!i- at the time. m-sirj mcakaki a! ' ' nitiLXSK a? strong in number, respectabilitv and ! ft .T VY1' n' ... :. ....... . " . takl to N''ly and tcsirlul dtth. Thel saiiiv.. ...xcr iiiwiiit, aiui uiai us onjcci is to protect the Cost of Vermont Railroads. vantases that would anse from a new Ime c -i i 4 c t i -i i .i of railroad to bt. Johnsbury, and thence , ... -,t .1 , i rp. , niakmg u connection with I'ortland. Ilie only question is whether it be possible to raise the amount of f unds necesian-to cir- rif ntit tlio iinftirnrico In nivlir tn mfiL-o some approximation toward an intelligent judgment in respect to this matter, we nave nccn looKinir up tne cost ot our pres- ' r,v- ent Vermont roads preniising that in this calculation we have omittcd The Vermont Central and Kutland and Burlington roads, for the simple reason that these swindles were ioo iransparem. io ueceive anyuouv. ,n. . v , i J. ilie aire is too iar auvanced for anv mtel- s , . . v. " hirent comniunit' to be ajram mvited to " . . , . J L c ,F . , , such an entertainment ot linancial skill as , w:is cxbibited m thc Iaymg aud con.-truct- , . ,.J,. . . lluy in-r tliese two roads. Ihe remainmi: roads c , ., Cuau3 are :is follows : Tlin 1'ATin.w.l'mf dn.l ll.attmiuli. Wiiite lUver Junction to Newport. 111 initi. ilr,-!.-.-,.!' The l5& and Whington, frotn Knt-"' ' IandtoEagIcHridge,Ne York, o2 mila ThTvennontaiid Cmadn. from EsEexJmic- ' tioii to n wxa,' I'ciut, M miiee, cost 1,351,1 The Atlnnttc aud S:. Lawrence. in Ver- Thc Western ennont, from KuOand to lUnutnston.Wnmccct ,925,91 i The average cost per mile of these roads was iS'2l,i79 00. On this hasis thc cost of thi! 4() lllili'S of rnnd froin ATnnt ..w... ..viu n.111.1 ine piopo?eu rouie no ueep cuts or heavv toSt. Johnsbury will be .$S71,1G0 00. iiiterest. of the fund. iiidint vot::r' ladio ' 4,W "C0RL1SS" ENG1NES FOR SAt When we take into consideration the fact who may Ie ijuaiifvinir iTi,-:iw'h " for iu- siZhfXtZl1 U f ' that there is veiy- little rock excavation on stnictors. To rcceiw" aid from this fund 1 , " !acu!ier' 3 fvA rtr" " ' lills with very lew bridges, and those tatrix, "have iurifolKt.1 .itisfactorv evi comparatively short thcre can be nojdence of their evangclic:il pielv "iu ilu question but this road will compare fnvor-' scne undorstood by 5l:try Lyon'and tlie ably with the Western Vermont, which lounders of said M-mniar)M cost but SlS,yG4 00 per mile. Unthis' hasis the 10 miles from Montpelier to Si. There will le a novehv on exhibitKHt Johnsbury will cost .S7o-l,5C0 00. Uiit. , t the French Expition that is wwthy says one, it costs va-tly more to huild nof special notit.-e. It is an nrtiticial jntre. road now than formerlv. Admiitoi? When readv for the n:tl it v.-3!l trju! j though the enhaneed price of labor a,id i material ought in a good me:isure to be i ovcreomc by the benelits of expcrience and ! , expended,'we lirmlv le ' l1 .roilI ca". bu we!l 'hu'llU ! And this opunon lmds conJinnation in the r,. ti i i hict tliat tne proposel road trom Ik'iinin"- j ton to Chatham I'our Corners, to aitl fn MontjKlkr Arytv. ss tiie ikgtxia , . 1 iLoai. .MiXES. Lne tcrnble explosion of ' Wednclay, in the dover I lill ( Va.) coal : Wednclay, in the dover I lill (Va.) coaf r (,en" JI,Kt,l,,l ,lu pits;l,y which the entire fbrce of 70 mi- . l ,M . i nt-R: wis kilh-d. L supposed to have been ,VrUr ' IJ'm nquds uJ 11 caucd by thedrunkennl-sanlearelesnLp,U'r,, lim"? u wtr. ira- nn.niVn-d ou .-j . . ... ......i...... . n i , n i iv . .-i ii-- , of thc man whu attcmlcd to the veutila - ' :! I'ritication of the air in the nfmc. L kw l" hh intoxicated that Jdterntioii, but to whom the b ame io-i- , - , iivelv beKuiirs can never lv ascertniiifd, :i ocui tl.c n.ei. on.plovetl in thc mine es - l'iwi in nu; mine is - caped alic .p. t . . . ine Miaus oi uie pit ! I liivir Mill i-iii.ii ... 1.. ii , about '200 operatives and a little vilhe' .., ... j n',tn :i loi"latiou ol ne-.irly 1000 ha.l: . . . . - - -. vii!i'.m l'iiii iitii iii iii riii uiown up aiounti ineir iremiA'- -V liirli - mond paper says that when the tidiims ofl the disaster pread through the villa"c thc excitcment, su.ense and agony were iu- tciu-e. The mouthol the pit was M,r- rountieti b- some humlreds of persons, and theshrieks, nioansand lamentations ofthe iema.e Inends of the v.ctuns were mdectl harrowmg. btern men who had facetl the horrors of many a battle-lield were unable to bear the hejirt-rending.-cene, and wcep ing like children, turnediway utterly un nianned. iourneytnen carneuterr struck for highcr wages, and about one third of the master cxirpcnters have uiven in to the demand of their workmen for in creascd wages (from .SjOO to .$1.) and thus -loO men receive the incrc:i?eil nite. Of those who struck last week 500 are vet unemiloyed. The carpcntcra, strike'in Urooklyn was successful. The coal hcav crs at Iloboken have struck for tweuty-live ccnts an hour, an advance of two cent- Ihey Avere all paid olf. The journeymen ! niasons ofJamaica. Ion-' Island. :ir.. . I strike for 84,o0 per day. The "lo.-k onf at 1 ittsburg, J'a., has existed since last January, and it is computed that about 7000 men are involuntarily idle through the strike of thc iron puddlcrs, who rcfuse to accept $6 per toii, which is thc pricc reccived by their fellow workmen at thc ' " --i East. Eniployers say that, in the present , cnnditimi nf tln ?rnn r.In .1.1. ! -" ;. luuy ilie UII- ! able, without loss, to accede to the de mand of the puddlcrs. Fkexch Exi'osmox. The French Exposition of thc induslry of all nations was formally opened on the first of April. It was in a most incomplcte condition in all its parts. There appears to have been principally rubbish outsidc of the gre:it Exposition building, and de bris inside. The day was observed as i holiday by the entire population of the city of l'aris. At 1 1 o'clock A. M. the doors were opened, and by the time the cmpcror arrived there were oOOO ner-on inside. Outside alo'nsr the banks of thc Seine and on the hills and roads for milo around l'aris, at least 100,000 peonle as- sembled. There were 8000 policcmen cn dutv and the order was exccllent. Every cjirriagc in l'aris seemed to Iw emploved not one-tenth of thc goods are opened or arr.mged ; the French denartment is. of course, m tlie lirst order, next the Rninn and third the English. The Exposition will not be iully ready till May. CT htnkes seem to be the order of tlie i ;2c.,nrf?ia trrajvr-. iti iria nan; day in certain sections of the country. I feS New York the iourneytnen carnenter if'M1'- i--wiTTr. keu.im;: There is still much confusion and disorder! as the preparationsare not comideted. and 71': $3"Another shocking Indian massacrel is reportc! as having oeeurred at Fort 1 . ri , S'lvaires. and L ol. Jiankin, his wue and - r rt clnld, and the little narnson ol bO men all , , - . . . , ; . .! , ; n ttc,! fslalu,S J ahil, y to hold .- t ihe fort with so small :i forco. lmt he made a ,I,t bl;.loIre Svmg up to thc sujk- nor nmnbers o the loe. I here have :ilo , , . ,.,. , . , l l : i i -.. ..i i-.i. . :" "'" couquam nucnyt uia- in,loIc,;c of t,,e u"huiry :,ml ,he mmIiIiH WK of tht' "QVerillue"t- At Rho(Q Mnni yyJ i ... i . . r t . . . i .1 day. onh' a lmht vote was v.i?U and the .-' r . " i , . , entn-e hst ol repubhc:ui state and coimars- n , . , sional candidates was cleetcd with little mm i . .i ' opposition. J he whole vote of thc iaii, -.i . . i t with one town to hc:ir fnnn. inves (.iov. -i nef - -. - ' i - i JJunwde llbb niajoritv m a total of 10.- . rpi . -fi . i .... , I 'InO. I iie senale will t:nii! !S rciiniili- ' ' C;U1S to G tlemocnits, aild thc llOUSC ofroit . .- .... . -IV I -r 1 ' 1 "" ot J'rovideilCC IS le-elected to oollress 1 i the H-St district liV KiOl tf -1-102 VOt. WELLS PATEMT uo and Natlian F. Dixon is n'tmued froinUic; s if fiiBs:tiit-inA tu :V , . . , . haajlt r Witl. t'-k! ftLi inriniK. .. i J av.i... r-cwnlai.-iKion-tfljuja i v Moi'NT Hul.YoKK .SEMINAirV Thcl . leir.iev of alHJtit eihtev'ii thousand lollar. . rccently bL'queaJhed io thc Mount voke Semiiiar- ly Mi Ilazchon uf rit - h X" II :. i".. ... . : .: i. i. u l llll.. 11., 1.- 1U1 .Jr-r-l.-llJI". 11I14HI"II 11 . scholars must. in the laninia:e ofthe lv euty-iive" inilesr aml then it inay be wouinl np and will o the nhim: dislance. ! " '"Johhi. - ! l":lhU h huV& :,,11 tl,:t :t no period for a yc-.ir p:ist was he better tlian he ii now. Judge IK-iiry Chijsmaii. a luuivc oflln. mouth. aud a gntdnate of Middk-hurv . Ili-mlil inii ii. i.i in. ,i .......... Iincnt in both the V.mivA .Siates and Matej , .! ,iiiT - , 111 j ' - u 1 ,h h-' lw0 ru,r"V! ! !;roI!';;r- .haring his dmies a? . lwntl v , i -;CU' tlrrrtKfmrnt; I - -m ru li.unnmt.. i madtu ..r,o., a...... i viyrth AMrutPiM cTrveu.n ro niut.iiunii o i Ln:iionir Ou. : . . .. . . . i .mciurr inn nii 3 i, -.77 ' 1 ..1 .1.1. . . vK,h, : "v - " : .arcn I'lliaad .- ta.. , .'a :?li And.vcry tw.wTdjh,fi r. " - V i-sbu .mus .:iv AMi:i:ioAxsrK.MMiii'n. ' j .,u-"-.'I'r.rfd.rt 5insck- sr visir, .. y uSS clr stat . rnsTw:LlUEIl tilir V MUl.l OLD. TRIED. AN'D TRUE ! THI- ..I'l.' ii i........ ... j KELLINGER'S LINIMSNT ii.c on .t v,lt, ItZJ3 ieaoairn.iratmsaad Aiapcsl IKias fJwd I'V.T raiJe. CtKES Klwiuisjjfm, To ths.re. Sjtrsir.-, II ad, j SlItllheiiM. ltr. SM-, hatmm- ! Craaip-ia be t atsrb. Iitrri.fa. aA f,rv j ksndot j5u3BdarhtiOi.V j-KjAmb. i Trulr a noadrrful . '1 nm McCULLOUGH IRON COMPANY. I'hjladcliiha. ininBfjrtnrrT-of-ilT... anl .-d atlq ltiea of black f Lee: iroa, pau-at ckaa. d. Sd f,x s rir cular. FRUIT TREES. GRAPES. SMALL FRUITS, Ornamentals. &c. AVc have ijapord n.n, f.Heica rr.H-.r na I , n! r ,vlrc ,J ar u Uy rt X. E. .aa.. V.bbwtv,- . .uuhuih.hi., v riMBre-- -t,. aJudi nc uMMd . tlu. n?toa .asinow .e r t nirii.w . -t.vm..i . Mituient ofSHnrry StwV, n.ttcUf- laraKtr,! j tn yauetr, aad oxlea-iv.- ia iui8titr. at vctVIb At.-. i .t. anlJ.le.f :ljec lkien iujt w -ee .-.i w Order Wthfuiiv :,!,;. i. 'nm -r wJrfZuZ?- F I iwrnAn. I. ... M . ..... iS?, aui! Nur AM ' 1 Over 500 Stji T k:s eeite?. ja?55Tf;. J0S. GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS, Of the old S aniiard Qtalitr. . JOSEPH Or IcfcrTp:ire Trade Mark: GILLOTT, Xme a..d 1 v.3S- Warranted. tutin xaaiui. The vrtll knosn raidnnl aa! popuUr huwIhit 33404-170-351, HarinKbocnas-ntni br olhcr m i.-is. dre 8 ) A;k tur GilloltV. j fi A TTTTDN An '"jnncti.ia vris praatrf !iv thc j Mill rM!!l Wr aV.w X' . . ' r. . . - 31 itt'iierai Hnn .i-iniidn. .w.rr - . .-. , - 1 ofthe Xl-.MUi:n303" JOS. rULI.OTT & SON.. No. Sl ,loim St, New Yo't. . UhMtY UWI...sole Aprat. A H0USEH0LD JiECESSITY: ! Only Tweniy Uoliars. Th.- Ster Sh Ir tV D - Vachlm. An v .tlrdv t eir invuition .n.lik. anv itii ' Ma.hin- !n the woill. lt ntcd ivl. ii a- . -.. iir.-sd , uidiics a Stitch alise ia Iwh id--s. tu-it tiitl noi d- uamrt-L It cotubint- rin..licitv, dum5..t a d U-i ;v. ji;. larpe a ..tht-r ti ft-eU - ijrMhiw. A rhiM can lcara te work it. It uill d t-v.-ry '.e v o! fsmU.- wirinr ad taSli ring:. lt w i'.l m w fr -t:. :he J":a puiu ta loarh r In orderto iatr. Jj. -1:. - Stir S3,ut 1- Swii. Ma.hiae 1. 1 ...... . - ! hlp oau-va,i'1,e. t CO i!ncfnjrnTMra Iffice and SaleKtxnn, 10 1'uUlic Sqr. Clcvtlicd, O. X. Encli Machiac warnntcd for fivc T,re. IVt fons uho crder niarhine- and find thst th-v rre thei tliaa n-pa-K-ntt-d, csn rvtarn li-m and rct lhvir money back. rAGEXTS WJMU). THE ARCT1C FREEZER new iMi-wrt fv, ""f:f K3Mr ' Sizes-l to 35 Quarus JTORREY Maidc unc N y , ' , !: HOME ItfADE BEER DELICIODS. m:Ewnir's ex ntA t iam,j j drfWnos. l.oihJjfnl, 1 topd-cieinpj, k lfle it fuflkiei-t fo. tea cali.a: . ls , "J, I'.KKWEl Sp Jnrfeld, Ma-. j 1: , wic r Cv, Hnrri ' "s- a.K In aB d -ur.-i-i. 3 tkrtmph tiie c atry. " " ARTIFICIAL LEGS AND ARMS. I syj'ini'a l'Alt.M. - ! "Hiolip-tlbf Wid a?d-. a I SI1U JBT ITCJUar. wm. s; Ei-Hu 5 . i THE METR0P0L1TAN COLLAP. - i ' A. T. 5TEWAHT & CO.. nrnadrsv, ClmulTs and Kw3e S're. I 1 - Tvaohii -i rjiuder, i 5a tr.. acJi-iryIjdi-r, i 5:rlj 4n4: i t 12 iatk jw, li lrf- jtt. tVJ l'a ii ai- -li:Hte6 1 4tH- i? rtrarrw'i nut spaa -i4H-ntMti. -V3fl. U l!Si'- ff t -Kr'i-f .hau 1 Jiriafr, ' , j . l"3i!' Kt-, il. 1. Portable Stcatr. Engines, and CVJut Saw Mills. TW -ud t c-.; ifirU' in . W Ui: MAW.-TEAM !;1M l Ura. N. a-Hi ; M..t-.i i. COLLINS. BL1SS i C8.. t;ENLllAL OiMMlSSlON M1111 -23 MJe M. afcd 1-Jm IVliJnU l. j . . Aai c E-irf idac.fr''t'. NONPAEELL PHSNCH GUAN'O Tili- i- f -firfimr to ny ietBtoT T'J ' kt. ltfKTit--: t.teri Iktjb t it rrej ' su& Tiuf nritWccl lni .r .rii. del'cHt iH'fc. lt ir w JC.V-t.-xni-., t lu,- 1 . ti 7. M- reji iE- ilss asatitv I jvraiaut :iie r 1. . "Si f t ircal-, iri- iap JaH jiirtirul ir S 7 FOK FU I 4 I M x!vo; sX AJ TtK.M:i:v U.. l'un ' n,i. DELIG10US. 3r. A. 4 It r4.'- A'- 5-sm 1 . i- 6- r i tj. j ovsmi..' .1 yrY rM - r irvjk. l'tr i, 'wiii ' -vfrinjrtri j!aiM- 1 . rn-i .. m4. --t !( ir:l. v NO. J PERU VI AN GUANO. lurc CrHrh.d Bw n.wo.- r . Xint. V. t-1. 1 . Cf. r. Will.a. 1 ' rriut rxr:, -r .iri. WHAT WILL IT DO ? 1 thr sirrt iimoi th- - A.- - rtiitir a i : ame. e i" .-f-aiV S.fcT A-fj-H j- -in- rl i. ' mf Tln-Miv:rc t wiijd tl.-a; ...qi. thi- r 5. 4 a-ffl a. d Jt-lu4acl , ntta-wu, Htu ,t - , ii jrHi-v.tmi-.4r it..VJ4.!ai Mdiuiu.-i-ti x SuUI ky ihu . .lr-:- Eviai-i wui i;i GEO. ?. 30 WELL & C0. GEO. ?. LOWELL & C0. Advcriisig Agents, Advertising Agents, Xo. 4:0 Pui-k Kow, XEH YK. NCW YOKK. AdrrtiMH4HHf..4fr-9H i-jr thr. et Jhc oasunr st ilt5i hi.-'' xates. COPP & PEAR, W.4m A Mk lV!r iii TJ?H0LSTEHY GOOBb. wi.n,w -nAiir.v lArn cn:rixs. - . HAM lAi'E CrKTAlXS. AU , Wki.-4e Xpx Sc WILLMor.-? I'ATEXT rjsiir Door and Farnilure Fender. SI0 From SI, or SIS to $30 per D. caa -.-iIv H- n.ad - ihe y .j- tnmti wtV ut i-. ' im-w j-inf-?. liclit, jcasat ad Wwr- . onajrtioB. ; -M.n n.ntir:ie-a 1H r i ijm-iJ ar. ia d ;. rvj--u: u- n , it i 3 jiym.iit J eacrt'J -ttv jk-jj !.-vki!: : f dsi!riqn-. 1-Vr iurther jnnirwlarr n . addrcHi c. -vv .i.rX.N 11 S hu,r!ritii i t , Thomas GoodwilHe's Estate. THE .ut-4tT5- . 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