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T j .; ( , ijll ?i JN 1AJS. aiS0.maae COntnblltions of Us own. to a An Injnnction was granted on "Tuesday last, by
l 1 Pflnclflm-.i'Kl M .... i -vt i. i. . . . .Initfrn Cm..nT. i-,. 1 : i. i. ,ir . r .-..i
vU,,t,ul,luult aummn, UW Ul 1110 0)eillH'r - ' kiiiuui, iu mu3.il ui uii; auouu
LOCAL AND STATE ITEMS.
"Wo fsiil vor tn in:ikc rit Calednniau valuable for
,i, u. ; 3!1l 0,ir fricnds in Caledonia, Essex and
,r!iMS4 ei'iintirt will coufer :i great f:ivor to ua and add
,,.n init. nally tn tlic intcrert of the iapor by sendiugus
Kj'l if "? in 11 ,,ri,'f ll 'iI,,u fonn-
Tlit liand atlvertise a conoert at the
-umi Hiill Fat eveuiug, at a quarlerbe-
j.ire
ilon- Luke I Poland arrived home
,roiu Washington on Saturday.
-1'iiion serviccs ou Fast day will beheld
j tlie South Cliurch, at halt past ten o'-
Tlio.se who lcft books to be bound at
,hi- nllioe. previous to the middle ot Jauu
ary. an- uotified that they are bouud aad
reaily for delivery.
Itcv. V. L. Wiley. a theolopicil studeut
iroin New H.nuptoii, N. H.. will preach at
the Mi'iliodUt cliurch next Sabbath, April
of the new year. we can look back upon the MMIufacturinB c omw eri deaiers in
nicr u-ifV. i,k 1. i i , I:lmP:'i "ot eclhng without liceiiec hinge lamp burnere. It
pas withheartfeltgratitude, and forward , irf important th:it all t!lIe Ehould taw Jt BUch buru.
10 tlie tllture With fresh OOUrage. Rev. Mr. i er,- are ru'ented md thit lhop.Uentwat recentlydecided
Joslyn, (wllOSe laborS. it is but just tO Say. by 'udge Clifford.in MaEiachusetts, to bo good and valid.
are becoming more and more acceptablc.) I Roduction of Hbte! Frices.-Ve are informed
has been rc-engaged for tlie coming year. i that the propriotor of power'a iiotei, Park Kow, x. y., j
and botll pastor and people are evideiltly I dlrectly oppoiitc tho Astor House, havo reduced their
gaining in influence and becoming a power . rate troni 10 per Lau notel 18 81tnated m
m the commumty. e cite these tacts as a very d(eiral)le ln evcry ,fly. ()nr reftllera d0 wM
COmmendable example Of What perseverillg ! to be-ir it iu mind on their buaincsa tripa to th-.- metropolii
eiiergy and zealOUS earneStneS3, Crowned 1 it offere greattr indncements for lesa money, than any
by the blessing of God. can accomplU-h, ' otht'r ho'eI in Ncw Yurk- 1
even in the face of obstacles and discourago- Costiveness the Source of Disease.-It causes
meutS. From appareut weakneSS, Strengtll i P beadachc, dizzineM, biliotuneM, eour rising, oppreg-
has been developed. Let other3 '-"-o and "0!l of food' low eii,8' wonna' indiswtion, &c Dr.
,i ii ,. T , , " I llarrl-'on's 1'cristaltic LozengtB warranted to cure all tbese
do likewise. . . . . Local changes at present , and evcr. forni of 1)yefeps;ai and thc only cnre for ra,
are UOt many. The Only Olie We have illlS j dther bleedlnp oi blind-aa 11 outward appUcations are
week to notice is the purehase by Harri? j only ti0 anJ mcney wroted. tmayi
NEW SPRINQ GOODS,
A letter Iroin oue of the suryeying par
tv iu thc White Mountains caine too late for
:i iilaccthis week.
A . .w. i ook cc Lo. aie jnst opemng a
new stocl; ot goods at their new store just
!low us on the Aventie. Particulars prom
icd next week.
The I'assmnpsic railroad is now com
ilcu'(l to Caiiad-i Line, and will be op'jcd
ibrtravfl May 1st. One more station is
ailili-il to tlie tiine talile. the northern termi
m i - bcing Derbv.
vey goes to St. Johnsbury. Xemo.
Island Pond.
The weather is quite cold and but very
little sugar has been made as yet. The ice
is 6till firra on the pond over which more
lumber and ivood is now drawn than
any tiuie during the winter. A govern
uient arehitect has been here from Wash-
JUST KECEIVED BY
N. M. JOHNSON,
Smith of Ira Ilarvey's house iu East Burke. I Read agaiii the Evidence of one of our oldest
IIo takes possession this week. Mr. Har- Rssidents.
Cincinkati, Deiembor 24, 1SC3.
MESSRS. .1. N. 1IAKRI5 & CO.:
UctUsThh is to certify thnt I have found Allen'a
Lung R ils:ini one of thc beat lemediej in tho world for j
dieeased lungs. I have us cd it in my family for' break
ing up a troublecomo congh wi.h the happiest efifect. I
reccnmiendid it to :i young l.idy who had :i harasaing
congh and wa tbreatcncd with consumption. and It cured
ht-r iu a feiv daj-!". I would recommeud it to all afflicted
with a congb, and to th'ec who are prediepoeed to con
, ,,..,,,.: ....((., n.. ..r,,,. a a iiimnsnv
mgton for the purpose ot locatmg a eustoin ,old bv j (. ltingham) and by B dealen in f:ltnily
nouse, uut was uniavorauly mipressed as mediciucs. imayi
tOtheneceSSity Of SUCh a buildhlg at this, Dr. sTsTh Physician ."-Sev.n-
place, and probably none will be built tor i ty-is pagc-; pricc ccnta. scnt to any addre. No
RAILROAD STREET,
iir. Daniel llawes of Danville has sent
u. a pcciincn. showing how nice maple
siijrar can be made. with improved appara
tus and a knowledgc of how to do it. It is
Mirnd -ugar. and while it is very white, it
not lost the nice maj)le llavor. The
sitjraring season as a whole is uothing to
ltr;i'r of.
St. Johnsbury,
Vermont.
Addrew Ult. . S. KIT0I1, 'ir Tremont rft., Uuston. t24j.in
LIFE IIJSURANCE.
Mii. E. SARGEXT, ago.it of the .-Etna Ufelneur-
It. W. l'eabody, Esq.. of this place.
has hcen down thc Connecticut valley,
ifnjUinir ater clm trees for transplanting.
Ilc wants at lcast one j:housand to set out
tlie piv.-cnt spriug about the railroad shops
at l.yndon C'entie. Xothing that can be
(li)iic by tlie I'assuinpsic railroad coinpany.
witii thc sanic expense. will add so niueh
tu the beauly of their new city.''
The la.-t Star savs that on Saturdav
niirlit. Apiil (ith, the sugar house of Mr.
ISraiuerd Coveuy. lesiding in the east part
it iJanville. was dcstroyed lv fire, togeth
er witii soine ")0 pounds of new sugar, four
good sugar pans, a lot of wood. etc. Total
loss about S2.")U. Mr. Coveny is peeuliarly
uiifortunate: a 1'cw d;iys ago he lost a horse
valucd at soiue $1")0. the animal having in-
tantly dropped down dcad whilc in har
ness. Thc. Stin'ci Uirouijh the "Xotch."
Chiet engineer Undslcy rcturned from
tlie White Mountain Notch on Friday, and
althoutrh the survey is not yet completed,
it has so far progrcsscd that he pronounecs
this route intirebj faisiblc. Mr. Lindsley
was at rnrtiand on Monday. and his opin
iojH and otimalcs may be aficcitaincd by
consiilliiig the rcport ot a railroad nieeting
held :tt that city. extracts from which will
be I'oiind on the secoud jiage. The fact be
iugsctllcd that this route is practicable.
will i-ivc Iresh iinpctu to this cntcrprise.
Tlie new railroad project htands well in
l'tirthiud. ller"ttong men are taking hold
ul'it in earnest. We shall have their hearty
:(-lHTatioii and aid. but ice must rcork up
uamAofthe line without uniieeessary de
lay. 1 cvery town along the line at work
in cani-t in this matter?
the present. Austin II. Hall, for SOIlie tiuie i inoney rcquircJ until the book ia received, resd and fully
adjutant of the 3d Vt. regiment, has been 1 :,rpioved. it u a ptrfect guide to the Mck or indkpoeed
appointed inspector in the eustom house. .
The customs oflicers at this place found ten ,
iiallons ot Canada whiskev iu a barrel of i
i i r i ance Coniiis'iiy, of Hartford, Couii.. for the countlt'g of
onest corn meal, a few davs since on lts ,. ,. ' . n '
I-fi-cx, ( nledonni and Orange, has t'stnbliihcd an omce
wayascorn meal to an honcst tarmer in lrit,, I)r. n. K Uullard)(,n Mainetrwst, tbb town, where
Mailie, Which WaS Se'lZCd. They al.SO fOUlld he will 1. I.apjiy to give inlonu. tioa pertaiuiug to life
iu.-ur.ince.
Th peculi-ir advantngcd ofiVrcd by the Etnn makea lt
wortby of iuvcbtigation, anil detiialde to those ii.tcnding
to in. ure tli-'ir Iivuj. Over H,oon xEwprtficie? were le-.-ued
by th a company tlic pait year. The iumfirfeitituj
fe iture nf i;a policien, and tlie advantages givi'ii by the
i.i'f fiiv'i or halfcn dit ey.'tem, cannot lail of meeting the
ui'ii. obation of the inenring pnblic.
Read what the Xen York ' Ineur.mcc Monilor" thc
oftici il authority on in?urnuco ay of thc iErua, in tho
n.unbere of Octoher and IJcceinbcr, 1S6G :
about 200 pounds nutmegs in an express
and mail car, which were seized. They
also seized 032 bushels hei ds grass seed.
which had been entered for 450 bushels;
the owner nianifested great surprise upon
learning that Uncle Sam's bushel measure
was smaller than his. Vidi.
Having Just returned from market with my usual
large variety of gooda I can give you
L O W-E R PRICES!
CHITTENDEX COUXTY.
rni. 1 4 .1! .1 1 Tfc
iiiu scuoimci .vuiiouuac arriveii in iJiir-i .... . ..
T.w.i... m...i c r . t t' t -,i i Xo life n mrance conipanv cver :.chievt d 80 completo a
lmgton on Monday from Port Ivent. with ajsllc this ,,opui,ri .Wution. itpopui.ritv aito-
CargO Ol iroil. She is the lirst ai rival Ot ibi'rxr i in the annale ot conimerc'lal euter
the SCaSOll. I'r's'" flli" conntry."
1 "(IU,,.- r..U,.v ri.r.;,llf l,nl ll,. rtvn .1 II Vn... Jn. nn
Than yon have had before for five yeari.
!itil Jfvifcr.
l)i. M. G. lloughtou of this place has an
AMcrney hciler. tliree years old the present
mimtli. which gives twenty-tive pounds of
tnllk dailv.
1 Ullll 111.111 liaillCU 1.111 . .111 tlll MU C or,,, t) Iv.n,,, n..Vm ... t rfri.loa ..T-o. ,
of the Hurlington Manufacturiug Company. i inst the mwt gi-ailtic u n. it- ..flicor-nndag.iitg hW,
had hiS rigllt liaild eailirllt llllder the big 1,1 :l "'ewi.re, unparted tlieir enthnelsem to tho puhlic,
haniiner ot the rolling mill Friday forenoon j S-?ii.?S
and so badly mjured that it became nece-- (iem ..f ,,u.ty.a.H, but place tbi-(f.tiinateof u fu-me
Sai'V tO amplltate tlliee lill,reiS. at the first griati cfpau.i ienefic.'iir!-:ilni"etheoii'Iti.oFco'ofcal-
or imner ioint. " c',l!t'""-" K-K- sakuknt, .gent.
ui iiiipui juujl. st .lohnebury, Vt., March 27, lh(". An-s
Major David T. Corbin of Burlington.
formerly of the 3d Vermont rejrimenr, has 1 lIoth and Freckles. The only reiiaMe remedy for
beei) appointed Ullited States distrit't at- , tlio?-broun lir.-..l. ratiina on Uie fncecaUcd Moth I'atche?
tOmev for South Cai'Olina. ' ail'l Kreckle, ; rern-V Molh and Krecklc I.otion. l're-
The l'imes savs there were several thefts iau'd ouly 1,y 1,1 c 1EKUV' iennatoiogif-t, -i? nond
at the tire iii that city on Thursdav cveninC' 1 st" Nc,v v,,rk- nW '-v M ,lr;!PSiit' in St- '"-1'ury
last. the principai of which was' a -raid" : llUl1 cK'whe'- Vricr T ,t,k'- tsepic
made by some unknown scoiiiuhels upon a ' Ptrunan Syrup.-A protcctei soiutionof l-rotoiide
tt am standing iu tiont of Mr. Colc's store. ' .. ., ,, . ... , . .
. . , n .. . , .... .. . of Ir.iu, 6ii!.iilies the hlood with it life eUiuent, lron,
lllUil 111V vlllicvtiiv. II. UllU U11VI11 1L llllr
the vard, loaded it with a tub of niaplc su-. vin' etrcngth. vigor and new ure to the whole
gar, a nuniber ol hains and several other fyetem.
artieles in the provision line. These were lf th(. tll0i:s3D(,, who are emrerill(; from Avi?cvsl dc.
piled upon the stolen wairon. which was 1 ,,, " .
drivento King street. whcie it was upset i ,mu-v' ''',CT.)uomaura:cvnc!ol!
and the horse ran off" "Nye's dock. where he , t5lt l'cnivi .nSyair, the effect ouid uot only aitonWi 1
WaS. aftei' SOIlie dilliclllty. resciied. The the..?elvea hnt wildple(se all thoir friei.df. for ins ead
sujLrar tuu was leit m tlie aoaiuionci waj:on ,, .. ,, . . ,, ,, ,. ,
r T , , i i . . cifieeling cro-p, ".d! cono and luuerable, thev would be
but the hains the burglars carned awav. I
On Tuesaay two of ihcm were arrested "in , cieerfuit rt&n.w ami active.
Cuttingsville. a niau namcd Joseph La-1 a i.ibiisi;! isur.i jlrit wwtes t. .. rp.iE- ab
l'lante and a confederate. They said they I khli.o-s:
were on their way to Kcene, X. II.. and . IhiV t u.(, th(1 IVr.lv;lU, ?vrup, nn.i thc .euit fuUv
were taken to JJUI'lmirtOll and lotlgcil lll M.-tni. s v iirpiedicti n. lt hm made -i new nian .f me, !
jail. l.arlailte made a npul inarclt tllC -w-'i r.,yy-um neu Miror nn-eiierp-: l am no
ltrst div troin Burlington wilkimr to Mid- 1 '-r " iunh. - d.hiht.t. ,:is wi,.n you loft eiw
18 U,lJ I.10"1 U'UUlOll. W.UKing 10 .M1U- 1C, but etro'-.'er.h .iri.r, and with laro-r . npicitv f..r
dlebliry Via bOUtll imrhllgtOU. Jlmeburgh. I.iIh.., mtuLil and i hy.-ie i, :b m at any Uuw darlL-K Uip
.St. Ueorge, Starksboio. Monkton. Hristol. !a-t tut-v.ar ."
New Ilaveil. a distaiice Of 43 UlileS in flf- Thou.-:r-d.- have bt-cn chnngeil ly the nseof Uiisremeli
teeil llOlirS r'"" W3'c "'ty "itfeiing ereature!?. to atioiig, healthy,
! and hnppv uieii and wojuc'i : aud iuv.il.dj cannot rias.iu
OKLEAXS COL'XTY. ! :lilv h hitate to give it a 'rial.
A barn belonging to I Fianagan, iu Al-! '!'":,- ni,il"' U!H, ';',or,.,1V;lu tAvru in the gla!s-
, i i i . n i A .i'2 u"v l'.iiiipl.let will I e nen: free.
bany. was burned last Iriday atternoon. n .i. i. niNSMKr i-roprietor,
togetber With tliree COWS. One calf, Olle oA by all Dr.iggibt. No. ley St., New' York.
horse. a wagon. sleigh. harness. and farm-1
ing toois. There was but a small insurance ; Grace's Colebrated Salve.
on the propertv. . . . ami m o. t 13, is:
' 1 . I Mr.iirace lharvr: Uii-.mgb. en Htllu-fed grifou-lv
Oll COlllplaint Of Certaill citizens Of CoV- ' foi .-,-veral e. kn wit . :iw;vcre abfCP-g upon niv e:de,'l
entl'V. M. N. IlOWhllld. llOtel kceper there. i-el -yal reme.4w for itder.idicati..nui houtieceiving
. i i .1 . . . 1 anv niit'f, "iit.l I applitd vour salve, which elTeited a
was prosecuted by the state s attorney, lor ; sp-,.dv :1I1d clIft, i thtrWore feei hnPPv to
selling liquor eonlrary to law. Ilc plead , cenify my cmfid. n.' i:i its lrta.
guiltv, promised to sin no more, and was i , ) omf with tcspe t, .iames hkax.
, ... Old m.il nirlc i ci rmy 10 uie i: iiiuiiuue 01 uie anovc tiaieuieni.
One day last week. a young man by the
naine ot Clark, engaired a horse and wagon
GfVE 3IE A CALL.
F1SK L HATCH,
B A N K E R S ,
AND DEAI.rtS IN
Government and other Desirable Securiti A
KO. 5 XAS3AU STREET, XEW YOKK,
Rccommend to lnTestors the
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
or
THE CENTRAL
PACIFIC R. H. CO.,
Thli company la constructlug under tho patronage
of the
UNITED STATES GOVEBNMENT
The 'Weatern end of the
TOTJCE TO CAEPET BUYERS. jgOUSEKEEPINO GOODS.
TA1NTEU WIXDOWSUAUES,
V
j F1XTURES FOU SAME,
Purch&MdofaPhDadelpblsMimmVttiTer&taliree dtr
conntof leguUr pricec, which rednctioa we oner otr
cnstomen.
E. & T. FAIRBAKKS & CO.
Carpets at Low Prices I . j
YVe tave Jnit receiTed about S-4 & 10-4 BLE ACHED SHEETING,
2000 YABDS OF cABPETS,rltI1v'll,VJ1-u,:iiiUAi,
WOOLEN B1.AXKETS.
EX5BOS6ED TAl'.LE COVERS.
BROWN Jt BLEACIIED LlEN DO.,
NArKLNS Jt DOYLAS,
LIXEX S11EET1XG,
PILLOWCASE COT10N,
CROCKERY i GLASS "WARE,
PLA.TED SPOOKS & FORKS,
1VORY, BONE. HORN & WOOD
HAKDLE TABLE CUTLERY,
CARPETS, &c.
pURCHASERS OF
WOOLE1ST GOODS
by the yard or plece will find an nansnilly large etock
tor men and boy wear, at pncee very mnca lesa tuan
herctofore, at
E. & T. FAIRBANKS & CO'S.
ADIES, ANTD CHILDREN'S
Boots, Shoes and Eul)l)ers
Parclia?td witbin a few days for CASUat a difconnt of
from
20 TO 30 PER CENT. LESS,
With rainy sxticlt ia the aboveline not mentioned, are
to be Btld at the lowt maiket rato, it
E. & T. FAIKBAXKS & CO'S.
Continent.
Gtreat NatlOlial RailWay aCrOSS tne Jthanever, amongwhicli may be found
Ladies' Polka Serge Boots,"
Barton " "
" ConBresa " "
" IWmoral "
Their line will cttend from Sacramento, Cslifornls, " Wide " " withoot heeK
acroestheSierraXevadastothe Califomia Sta'e Une, " Hne Wgh cnt, Gloye Calf BalmoraU,
... 1 Kd Halm'irals and Congrcsr,
" . . I With a large amount cf Ladies and MtsEee' Boot and
U.L.I..H..U, """"S" i Shore, at E. tT. FAlKUANKs C tO a.
giohb or the TEKEtTouics, to tho vicimty tf Salt Lake
Citv.
It forma the role WEBTmrt link of the only rcntc to
thc Pacific which ie adopted by Conpeas and aiiieh iit
tue issrE or I'mteh States Bonks.
Their road ia :ilready completed, equipped and run-
ning for 94 milce from Sacramento to within 12 miU-s of I UJniltieS
uceummuoi mcaierra;, ana a ia:ge omouni oi uie l PJ(trj
TymTE GOODS NOW OPENTJS'G
XT
E. & T. FAIRBANKS & CO'S :
Marseilles,
BriUiants,
Tlain,
Spottedj
Satin Stripe
And Hair Cord
Cambrics,
Iiistinek,
Whiter Skirt5,
Jnfants' Waists
Insertings,
Elging5,
h.-u been accomplishcd.
THE FIRST MOKTGAGE BONDS
Of this company afford unujual inducements of aafcty
and I'tofit to Invetore, for the following among other
reaeons, vir. :
FIRST. The rate of intcrett is Sis per Cest. in Gu
payahle emi-annually in the city of New York.
SEOOXD. Tho lEiNCirAi- u payahle in Gold at
maturity.
TIIIRD. The coet cf the Bonds, Xinett-Five I'ee
Cent. and sccnid intcreat, i Ten Pee Cest.
1(bs than that of the che.ipe?t Six Per. Ctnt. Gold
Ilcaritig Komle of tho Govt-rnment.
FOL'RTII. Tlie I'niteiiStates fiovEnsMENTprovidte
nearly half the amotuit neciary to build the i n
tiri' H'ad, a:id lo kf inainly to :i tmall pcrctntage
011 the future tratfic for re-payment.
FIFTH. Owing to thi liberal provifinn, accompinieJ
with Evtfasa r. CJuasts of I't iiuc Lasks, by
which the ftovemmcnt foftcr-i thi? gre.-t iiatimial
eutrpri-c, i'" fucccts U rer.dered ceitain. and ite
financial stability is altogetber indeicndfntoi the
contingeneiia which attend ordiniry Itailroad cn
terpriscs. SIXTII. The Security of it Fisst Mrtge ILimis
is thcrefor- ami-le, and tlieir character f.r e ifety
and r. liibilitT i ci'tilled only by that of tlic obli
gRtione of the (j eunment itpei.f.
SEVEX 1 H. The ih-i nmingg .f the complet. d porion
are alrendy liri;i ly in circ.-?5 of the intcn rl ol.li
pit:on which tlie L'ompinr will incur on twice
the di-'t.ince. and are ?:Tidllr i:ic:eaiug. rendor
ing the nnlntenup'ed payiuentof tlie hiU-rert
abtIutt-ly certain.
EIGHTII. At the pre c!.- rate of G. 1 i they uy ti.Tirly Rubbcr OrershtK, :lling lyw it
JA3LVGED CRASHES
Seliiug low at E. t T. FAIRBAXE3 i CO'S.
T
1IE CIIEAPEST GOODS
In the niiket at the preent tim- are WOOLENS. We
are now recei ving a lare lot for
31 EX AXD BOYS' WEAH.
Coating-, Doe-kins, Broadcloths. c, hrch will be o"d
Iower than tur vearf before. K. T. FAlKBANKs XCU
j jISSES INDIA RUBI5ER ROOTS.
Ir.vr' Ibdii Uahlr B t?, MenV Ycntilatiag Over.-loef,
Mra. Vomen', Boys', Missee and Childrtn'i ladla
1000 DOZEN EGGS WANTED,
BY X. M. .1011 X50X.
77 e Elfn't.
.Mr. II. A. Alden has sold his building
lots on Hailroad street to JMr. Daniel Colby.
Mr. W'hecler has sold his farm over the
river lo Mr. Sias Uandall, and Mr. Geo. C.
Fryc has sold his gi ist mill at West Con
cord. These places were all advertised in
the C.m.edoxiax at an expense of from one
to tliree dollars, when custoniers came at
tl.'(
Lnvyv Cantr.
Mr. C. M. (Jilinan of Sutton shot a wild
gmwe Apiil 15th. which measured five feet
: !'! eight iuches from tip to lip of outstretch
o ! uings.
Thc Lanjcsi in the State.
A. . 1'iingle of Ryegate is said to have
t!t.. large-it twelve 1110:1th old buclc lamb in
t!i- -tate, weighing at the present time 207A
P'iiiikU.
II S. Devp.iiokn, M. U.
SKTH W. FOWI.K t SON, Hton, I'roprietore.
Sold l y all drnggiFts, at 2."i cent-i a box. 49:.V2
Dr. Sohtiiielr the L'mjr Doctor
C2-The Irtiprlet..r..f SC1INCK-S I'lLM().VC SYR-
NEW STORE
AX D
NEW G-OODS!
.lus: opt'iiing, n large and new Etock of W. I. Goodi,
Groceries and Yankee Notioue.
EVERYTHING NEW!
A. M. COOK & CO.,
Eiutern Avennf, oppo.-ite Court IIoufc Common,
ST. JOIINSIU KY, VT.
01 Aorauam iJenjanun. ot haletn. as lie said
to ao to Irasburji" to attend his sisters fu-
nenl He h'is not vet relurned and tiie lT'"-11,0 lllvlI""r "' s'Hknck-s RKsi'iKO.MKTER.the
V, . . . ' . '"'J, itUIIUtU, auu UlL f ,,n)y in.truiiiei.t tli.it au to a c.-rtaliity .letect the sllght-
-Demamnme is tiui a leani. 1 c-.t inunntir 01 incre.-piratorv orcans
T,.n, r,m ' ThnofitriMt iiiip.i.t.im-et.I)R. Sf'HK.VCK. to ktiow
IitrLAM) COLXTl. tliceN.u'tcoiiillltdii it the luius. Abether it 1 Tulii-nu-
Uomnolinifnf tlio triistonc llio Pn( j I'J"''. I'lillnoiMry. Urnmlii.il, I'lc-ur.tic. ..r Djspeplic Coii
At a meeting 01 tlie tlUsteeS 01 tllC UIU-' Miinpll..M. .in.lwlR-lluTitts l..tli limur only one that
land countv sheep breeders and wool . ii- a;. i.
growers' asociation, held at the BardA-ell ; .A'Km !
House on Saturdar last, it was decidcd to i,.iuiit.-.c..metoi)R. si'ukxckio Ketexaminc
lmll tlin tirat Tinlilif olioorni.r nn tlio ,;..' tli it tiivelieea e..i!iiuied by their Kmilly pbjslciaii. who
llOlU tllC Iir3t pUOllC Sliearing 011 tne tail . t..tti.-m that their lmiwer- aluut Bfine: wlien by a
irrOUlldS Ot tllC IiUtlaild eOUIltV park COUl- , '- e.xami.i.ith.M v. au tne Rc?.irutiieUr,itlsoltfnfi)im.l
f.o.n- nFiWorliiosil.iv lo,. kt ' . tli.it H Is all allntioi. ..! tlie l.n.luhi.il tuLe: aid by Ket-
pail. . OU weunesOJJ. .UJ l&t. 1 iiii.ilii-atliya:il.moitl.e lnerandtoiieoftheomach.
TheV are liaV'in"- a StrOIIr tCinperance ' tlie-ullereri.sii;oiirejtoredtolnaltn. Somftim.-s niedi
1 " :.. r c .1,' ' iliif lli.it ilt itoi iicoU);li is certain death tothf patleiit.
awakenmg m Castleton. At one of the j n i.u ,, ,i. iA.-r,.-.toVtiie circui.iti.ni oi the 1.1,1
most enthusiastic of the mcetin.s recentlv ' ii''m..rrii.i-et..n..tts. an.i.in i.ut, uppini; thc actiou or
. 1 1 1 i ' llu-vit or.nii tli.iU.ui-c"l tlu" c.iub.
held there, forty mdividuais. some ot whoin , ,)r. .s;i,rnck wiu i,t- nri..i.maiiv at his rooms everv
had been 111 the liablt Of freelV COllSUming : .!nl street. .New York. and 3jIIanuver street.
the ardent, signed the pledge tblet it alone. .
S. J5. Lovelaud ot Hittslord killed twenty
six crows at a single shot. The crows
must be jiretty tiuck in Pittsfoid.
MRS. M. M. CROSSMAN,
llavinp;juit returned from lloston with a choice eelec
tion of
I I L L I N E K Y
Invitoa tlie public to call and eiaminu her etylee. Cloak
and Drea.-" niakiii); donc tn order, ather rooms opposite
.1. U. BinghamV Drug S'ore.
Knst Jiurke.
lilK Cal. In casting about for items of
iiiieicst to eoiuinuiiicate to your readers. it
oo-urs to me to give a brief sketeh of what
ia lteen accomplishcd by the Congrega
'iuiilllNt ,hurch and society in this place.
'liiiMig it.s lirst liscal year. just now closed
Aliout a year since, by the generosity of that atteinpts were made at the houses of
WASHINGTON COUXTY.
On Wednesday the !M the Vermont .Mu
lual insurance coinpany made up its ac
counts tor eight inonths of itiyear. and as
certained that an asse;sment of one per
cent. on its p' emium notes will pay all loss
es for the eight months.
AVIXDIIA.M COUXTY.
There was one more raid on Bellows
Falls Tuesday night last. The house of 0.
Ii. Arms was entcied and $110 stolen from
his pant pockets iu his sleeping room. L.
D. Llurd also had his house aud bed room
entered. and SSO taken from his pocket. and
a valuable wateh stolen. We understand
tut- i.udii' i d'. iiip iuciitiiieo aic iui saic oy miuiu
i;lta .in.l tlt'.ilerA, al.. .1 ltnl .-Uppl ut.ill tline.i at ln5
ro'.ms. Prlceot Ihe l'litm. tiic Sjrup and Se.nvti-il Tonlc,
ea.h SL.VJ per l-nttle. or $7 50 the hult dozeli ; .Manduke
l'ilisa.centsper l-os. HKO. 'J. GOODW'IX i CO. 3-i
IhiiKAtrsirect, Aents lorlloston. For sale by all dru
Klsts. e4thwuSov2C7
For Coufjhs, Colcls and Consumption, try the
ol.I and wcll known Vegetahle I'ulmonary Ralsam, ap-prove-1
a'ld used by our oldctt aud mwt celebnited phyei
cian? forty yeaiv p irt. Get the gentiine. REED, CU 1 -I.ER
.t CO., Dni'juleU, Roaton, I'roprietore. t'24juuiC7
-Mr. Alired li. Dailing. a native and former
iv41 at of Burke, but at present one of the
pMiprietors ot the Fdth Avenue llotel, New
Vork t 'ity. the society received the leae of
a in-at and conunodioiis houe of worship,
i'nnerly owncd by the liaptists; the lease
t ' tiiitiiaie as loug as preaching should be
siiMaiued. On the lirst sabbath in Apiil,
l'i!5. the new occnpants of the house wor
Miipped in it for the lirst time; andimmedi-
"''Iv atler Rev. William IX. Joslvn was
V. A 31 HH 1 1) V. E .11 A KK ET I G.
M-.rkrt He. f -Extra, i13.5f Gt. 1l.0 First 1nall'v
?l2.Ml (a .-ylii.oc. sicond, $11.00 $12.0i. Third, S'.i.
5 1 (a, 10.5
S:ore Cittle Workiug oscn $ pair, 150, $200, $250,
$.i-'5.
Mitcb cows aud calves -$-10, fio, 75 (a, 1-.5.
Yeaili 'g $20 (q; '.:o. Two year old", jlo A 50. Three
years old jil ' (o 75.
Sheep and I.atulw In b.t-, t4.5', 4.75. 5.0(1 (f, O.i'O.
Ks'in, .--.50 (.1 10.00. Sprin lamb-. $0.00 (3) 0.1m 1.
Iliiie?, S !:. Tallow, 7 (if, 7'c. IVltp, $1.25 (3
1.75. (.ilf Skin. 17 (.t iOc. Veal Calves $ UJ $10.
CVtle- Nearly b'O more catt!e than lart week. The
Tliero i-j no plnp to the bun'lar or bundars I 'i'1'1 vv:l3,10t . ,:,B ,vo cm"mwA I'articuiar a--iiiLrt
i no tiuc 10 uiL uuiaiai ui uiuDi.ua , . ,H . , t aw that ft
as yei.
Mr. 11. P. Fai r of Westminster has a val
Col. Wentworth and Joseph Willson. and
Dr. Whitman found one ot the windows of
his house pried oiieu about two inches
NEW SPRING GOODS,
JUST HECEIVED AT
GEORGE W. SENTER'S,
All the new etylea of
Millinery and Trimming in Great Variety,
Sclected with mnch care and taute adaptcd to th.- rea
in. AIpo new ttykn for his Blcachery. lfyouwanta
new
BONISET, IIAJ OR IIEAD DRESS
Or your old one repaired, pleae give him a call.
Ordfif fur bleaching aud shaping taken at the milli
nuy rooms Alaiu etrt-et, St. Johntbury,
01'1'OSITE ST. JOHNSBURY HOUSE.
WAGONS ! WAGONS I !
have now on hai;d for ealc a variety of UUOG Y
WAOONS, manufactured for ug bv Ciiai. 0. Miller.
wbirb for gtylo and finish aro equal to any other. Call
and eeo them f.ir we -hall sell Iower tlmn nt any other
enop. All wortc warranted.
G. II. vNc J. M. WEEK3.
Lyndon, Ap.il 17, 1S07.
uable full blood Durhani bull, seventeeii
months old. weighing 1234 lbs.
An assoeiation tor rhe enforcement of the
law regarding the catchingoftrout is beiug
formed in Brattleboro.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS
AT TUE
BI1TAXT, STRATTON k CHAMBERLIX,
Burlinstoii Business Collegc,
AND
TELEG RAl'HIC 1NSTIT UTE
A new department organized and valuable practical
additiona mude to cach department heretofoiu cttablUh
ed. The whole corpa of inetructore are practical experi
euced men.
SV I'ei: Cet. per nnnum, on the anionnt invttt-
td.
Tho Itoudf are i.Mued in denominslio:.g of $1,000 wi:h
f cmi-annual (I Id t'oupona attactied, p.y:i:l; i.i Xt-w
York, and are otferi'd fr the pn-f ent at PA ; er cent.
and .iccnied intere-j (in curn'ncy fn.m.Iamiary 1ft.
0:de may be for arded to direct, of thronsh
the piincipal b.tuki! orlnnkersinallpait of thcconniry.
Kemitttnre may be made in drafte ou New York, or
in legal tc::der notii", nati.m il luuk note, or cther
fumli cnrrert iu thif city, and the locd will be for
ward' d to any acdres? by exjinw. lree ot cliarjre.
lnnnine-' for further prtimlr, tv mail or itherwirc.
will rcceive punc:ual attcutiou.
E. & T. FAIR11AXKS t CO'$.
iirtton anil Wmtt ntcs.
FISK & HATCH,
Biudvrs ij- JJcdkrs in Government Srturitits.
No. 5 Nassau St., New York.
X. II. 11 kindu f.f government fecuritit received
atthe full market pricc in cxchange for the above
bond. Abo,
;??Gold Coin and V. S. Coapjn bought, tM and
collect- d.
at xinht.
ITfCollection? maJ" thrnneliout the conntry.
kTfMirCell neou rtock! and liond"tKKiht and fo'.d
at tlie Sto k Krtiiuge on cnnimiai.-n for cuh.
10000 K0LLS K00:kI papek
GOLD, GILT, SATIN
and
LOW PRIOE PAPERS,
Affordinr; cnomi? an opportumtr of e3ccting nan aa
E. & T. FAIR1JAXKS & CO.
JgLEGANT GARPETS.
E. & T. Fairlmnks & Co.
Hare r ccntlr a&de
LARGE ADJITIOXS
To their oci of carjKt, mikiug oue ifthe best aai
Urgest in the slat rcrson ia want w31 nJ itautb-
jrct to pire it sin -iandtiat3on, vt it U innch lsnrtr, morf
taaiucie auia a;iraciive lum crer lcljr , consisting .I
English and American Tapestries,
Tnree Plys,
Superfine,
Super & Pine InRrains,
Painted Carpets,
1 to2Yds."Wide,
Peltings,
Sugs,
Mats,
Hain and Twilled Heiun.
Kck, &c, all f xvlnch ai be vcrv lew.
Q PACICUJl OF
Stone CMna and &lass "Ware.
Now openiag which -will be ld at th- preeit rednce 1
rates at
E. & T. FAIRDANKS & CO'S.
DIDsISTRATOR'S SALE.
Will be o'd at puKic anctina at the dwelliac hcmse of
thc late C. S. tww m Btt Hardwick, on S.Tl i:uai
AVIIILVO, al 1 1 M., all the real eate. (eicep' the
home-ead and widoi( dower) coariftiapofiSorSttacr-
t cbi-ice Und lnans iicar the viUage and nsdcr a cood
ftatc .f cult'.vaticn.
Atvi-x-7a vcarKn, 17 extra younc shecp, 1 sap
pan, 1 ip htldcr. 1 Mrple rie:ca, 1 Ked, 1 hamcrf, 1 Inl
filo roi c I comiieuer. 5' bailitl 3it, S. ion say. c
.1. 51. STtYENS, Adnu.
I. 5. Tavne, Aactoneer.
Eift Hardick. March -J?, 17. 50-51
CIIANTE TO 3IAKE
lOXEY :
parlor U by IS, kitchen li by 11 v, two ld rocnn, rne
1 1' by 1 0, a pood f ized pantry, clofet.', etc There ure two
finiihed clauil'ors and nnfii'ifheJ rtoia tn tnaie thxee
more. It has a Uwment wticn with a emall eipen-e can
U" made ini a jevcntv-five dollar tencment There I a
an unfailinz f treain of rnre fTirinp
premifes. mnnint: to the boufo
in cooa npatr nnd made cf the
lt nnteriil?. l'artof tho parchase nnner caa remain
a number of year?. J. T. CASSIXO,
St. JohalnrT', Vt.
BROWX AXD BLEACIIED COT-
10-4 Bleacbt'd and unfteacled,
3-1. 4-4. 5-J. G-l and S-l Bleached do.,
PILLOW GASE COTTONS,
tiziv aud hcavx. brown at.d Mcsched, ia prcat VAriety.
ja.-t ri-Cfivt-d aad shIHuc a ihe prescJiT Ibw tsXax.
E. & T. F.UIUlAXKS & CO.
ZWl&lSV"-' th' -f:tr tf,ryKn' ur Kloal-into'the V
Int.Mi I.OMS iir io- ..ii th m'v' (inoMo and lnru. The lioue i i
RAILROAD STREET
CLOTI-IIISrG- STORE!
01TOSITC THC DKl'OT, ST. J01IXSULKY, VT.
M
OWIXG AND FASTU1UXG-
The jnl-crilcr wirhes to foII the "Frcaci Ixt," to call-
ed, cnri?:ins of altont acres of mowini; and pvtnnnp,
rituat'l on Trout ltrook. ab .ut ont-half mile north of st.
lohnfbury Centn-. Knqnire cf JOIIX MOKSE.
b. .lohnunry tvnrrr, t b. -S, isu.
ordinary. The best p .ir of oxen for beef at market were
aolil by I. '.mbert Ua-tings at $15 tl c t.
,-help d.a.ccly any change iii tlie ehecp inaikct from
last i.eek.
AVIXDSOU COUXTY.
J. F. Stiles of tinringtield was dtiviiiEr
linma tVnm tlio vlllotri' fni cvi!iinr lnt
tiigaged as stated supiily. at a salary ol - wheu he inet hv0 mun wlth a ho.,e
$Tuj; of which ujiwardsof o00 have been , amj carriage. and as they came up even
ralsfil bv the chuich and societv. A par- wilh him, one ot them iiimped mto btues
-a-e was purcl.ased for the stim of $1000 carriage, when Mr. S. iinmediately knock
,. : . , . ' , , , ed him down. and whipping up lus own
which have been paid, aud the re-1 t(,am (lroye honie without nutlier molesta-
niainder pletlgcd by mcmbers of the society, j tiou. !
:i a Ioati. SIJOO vere further expended iu
ifpairs on the meeting house and parsou-
.lLrc. :mil in .l.imi.nv 1-ial tho ii'iatnr reccivpd
. . . i j PAsSUMPSIC LODGE, NO. 27, F. A. M.
a 'iniiatiuii ol sI.jO iu money, besule other ( masomc uai.i.-imon ulock.
-UM. !(:. .-t the OOnimellCenieUt Oi tlie new j statea meeting, April 1. C".lU-d mcet:ng, April 25
iitt ;prisc. the cliurch numbered less than
I'tu .I(lt;iit menibers. During the year
DEATHS.
llirth?, M.uri.iea and Deatbs iinerted fkek. Ouitua
rie, lm.Iii.am pjetrv. six ce.nts a line.
In ibistowa, Apiil 11, of consumption, Mra. I.ydia G.
Bixby, foimerly of Hoston, aged 55.
In Danville. M.irch, 4, M iry Bradley, late wife of Levi
Iiradlcy.
Iu Newport, April ?, Dea. Ile.iry AVilliams, aged 67.
T IST OF LETTEItS rcuiaining ia the post office
J. J at S
II. C. UASITNGS, Sec'y.
IHASWELL GHAPTER. NO. 11, R. A. 7I.
St. Joliii-burv, April V. 07.
Atlana U G BugLee -Mra C 1
Iez er .1 1' G-b l.-mra A
.lacobd i'roctor Lizotte Leon
Ch:W J 1'
Gould G G
Xichola II L
"r.irties calling for the above lettera will pb-ase give
Uie aue ot tne ust. u. w . t I.EETWOOU, V. il.
SrilKiG CAMPAIGX.
A C0MPLETE CAXVASS AXD GRAXD RALLY
We want to hear fiom every young man and youug
wouiau n bo meaue busincBa und deeirea thorough prc
paration for duty.
NEW I'LAX OF IXSTKUCTIOX.
TJNPARALLELED ADVANTAGES.
A Standard Institution,
Preferred for many reasona. Xow ia the time to enter.
flT MAKE LIFE A SUCCESS. ,g
Addres?,
Bryant, Stratton & Chamberlin,
(tapr.15 '&?.)
Burlington, Vermont.
Sarah P. White's Estate.
STATE OF VEKJIOXT, 1 lu probate court holden
Caledonia Dbtrict. ss. J atSt Johnsbury on the 16th
LOST.-April 1th, between Uuzzell'e foundry in St. t daAolLrtPHarve'y!' atolntstrator of the estate of Sarah
s-ixit-i-ii have been added by profession, and
tliifi- i,y lctier. The congregation regular
iubliug has been very respectable iu
niiiiiiii-is. attentive and interested, with a
I'rospfrous Sabbath School, having an
average attendance of about 70 which has
MAbOMC hall,
Uegulur meeting, l'rlJay .;ve., April 1-, l;i"7.
E. L. ADA.MS, Secrctary.
PALESTINE COMMANDERY, NO. 5.
MASONIC HALL UXIOX RLOCK.
Stated Couclave, Apr. 10. C.illed Conclave, Apr. l'J.
J. L. I'EItKIXS, Couunander.
Johi.cbiuy and Lyndon Corner, a calf elrin WALLET,
coi:t;iiniun !r-l iu iu. ney, the li'ider w 11 be euitiblv re
wardid by ietu.ni.ig the fijme to SAMLKL BKOWX,
Ly .dtn L.oruer. 61-52
TAKE NOTICE.
All notej nnd unrettled accnint due me at Pareump
tic are Kft with Caiilton Lawkexe for collection.
51-53 W. E. PECK.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY-15 or 20 good
CAlil'LM'KKS t Cntt'ng l: mke- wood work-, 51
Exch..ge 6trtct Worcester, ilass., to M hom the higheet
price and stcady cmploynient will be giveu. For par
ticulanj addrea C. iz 0. Box 103 Worcester, ilase. t53
P. White, late of Barnet, in said dislrict.decea:! inakea
appllcatlon tu said court for Hcense to sell the whole
ot ihe real estate ot said deceased. representlnc that
said sale is nec-ssury for the payment of tbe debts of
sal.l deceasedand the charges ol adniiustrauon.
Whereupon it Is ordered b naid cjurt that said appll
catlon come under consideratlon and be beardou the 4th
Jlay, A. D. 1S67, at the probate otllce in St. Johnsbury;
and lt ls turtber ordered that all persons interented be
uoUtied hereof by pnblicatlon of notice of thli appllca
tlon aud order thereon, three wee a successively in the
C'aleitoulan, prlnted at bt. Johinbury, betore bald time
ot hearln tbat they may appear at said time and place,
and lf thcyfee cause object thereto.
By the Conrt. Attest,
ASA L.FBEXCU,Judgeof Probate.
A trne copy ot record. .
51-53 Attest, ASA L. FKEKCH, Jndje ot Probate.
At Uiia store can be found a complcte assortment of
MU-X'S, BOYS' AXD YOUTU'S
R EAD Y -MADE CLOTHING,
AT OLD TIME 1T.ICES.
Thesubcriberhasm-.de :irraiicemcn;' with onc of
thc largret wholcfale manufHcturin ilothiufr hon.e in
Bolton. io that he will be abl- to eli.iw TI1K IVUGIT
SroCK OF C1.0TH1XG that can be found ln thc
countv, and will ec:i at prircs that will pleai-e tho
harpet huycr.
LOOK AT SOME OF THE PBICE3 :
Business Coat?, from $4 to $10.
Xice Bbck Beaver I)rc S.ck $12.
Panb and Vertf, from ?3JS0 tn $10.50.
All Wool Pante and Vesti, S7.
Vesti-, from l.f0 to $3.50.
Boys' Suits, from $3.50 to $7.50.
This is a Chance of a Life-Time !
Call and exatninc the Good whether you wih to buy or
not. I'arenti, come and bring your bjye.
FA11M FOR SALE.
I he wcll known Butler farm. Ivins on
thc east ride of th PaMumprir rirer, 1 1-2
mile from the village of St. John-bury, aad I-i mile from
I th- Ccntre village, and n-ar the rai;rMd rtarion. Said
FAUM coutin abut iw acns? of land, tnitiblv divJded
into tilHge and pa;urinp, with a larpe lot of sswing
timlx r and ood, a ir-xid hon.'e, to Lnce bamf, cranarv
and lmir lioue, runnimr water to honsc an! barn' . For
pjrticuwri enquire of Jlc Auirr. oa the pmnife?. Also
one hou- and 15 acrcs of land adjoininp fid fxrm.
JEFFEItsOX BUTLER.
S'. .Tohm-bury Ccntre, LVc 1, 1S-. 3itf
OOD AXI) IIAY FOR SALE.
W
Thc fubrcriber ha for ealc and will fnmish. to crder
drv and Green wotd foar fcct, and 1(5 inch. ALo, hny
tn any quintities. at the lowm market icicc Applr
bi UUIUUC I. WOOUS, l'addock YUlage.
ATRS. L. A. IL-VZELTON & CO..
Arc now opcning a large aad choice etock of
MILLINERY
A N" I
DRY GOODS !
Carcfally selectcd from
" the
EW TOEK ANI WVSKN
And are prcparcd to offer to cnstomers every articlo of
noouf ia meir iino at a
C3-3E?TF: f 1? BARG A TTNT l
LadieicfSLJohnjbtUT and vidnitv are rpfpectfnlly
invite.1 to czll and c-xamine our ftork before narcliafing.
I'a 1 1 lkn UUXXETS rccivcd cach month troui tw
York.
U.MOX BLOCK, 5T. JOIIXSBUP.Y, VEmdOXT.
JLVCK AXD COLORED
For Lidic dresfc. jcrt recdvcd at
E. & T. FAIRIiAN'KS & CO'S.
gPRLXG SILVAVLS:
lRDvTS VND DEr-AlXES.
At E. I- T. FA1KBAXKS & CO a.
OAV OPENIN'G AT
K. 4- T. FA1IWAXKS 4-
ABbthcr lot of these
ccrs,
i0 Inclt Alimcva Lnslers,
At-d JHliaiip, K-lh'u rerv lw.
ilarci i"btb.
2000
UUSIIEI m l CORX.
To l old at the lwes mirlct rat lij
E. vc T. FA1KBANKS A- CO.
JgEAUTIFUL STYLES OF
STONK CHI.A WAKE.
,1ns' rxseivid, an'ithcr b;t of tliea1ov Tvare, rijusl in
;he Frvnrh iTCrltin in rtle aud ni.h. at le- than lialf
ihc jTkc E- i T. FA1PJIAXKS & CO.
Ocs. l?wL
UST RECEITED.
THE X K W
SFLnSTGr STYTjES
3Tor 1867
Boisr-TOisr skirts.
Spring and Summer Styies of Goods,
Will be received from day to day.
SUSPEXDEItS AXD C0LLAK5 AT A
AUVAXCE UP0X COST.
SMALL
A COrGII, A COLD, OR
A SORE TIIROAT
Keqnires immediatc attcntion and fhould
be checVed. If allowed to contiaue,
IEEITAT10.N" Or TIIE LCXGS, JL PEEVJL-
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NEXT TSIEOAT HISE1SE, eN-irr-tiom
U often the mnlt.
Brown's Bronchial Troches
TO THE LADIES.
I wonld roTiCcsfnllv Fay to the Udiea that having I Having a direct inflncnce to the part, give Immedlate re
pnrchatcd thc icterert cf tnv botb ria the Skirt bnsi- jj for heo.ncuitis, asTtma, cataeiui, ooNSrJHUr-
new, I have rcmovcd the manufactory to Concord, X.1L ... . -rvM - j ...
and ehall give partitular Etb-ntioa to A5,, ":l:nAT "ses, Troches are n.cd with alway,
,r.TmTn good racccsi. SIXGERS AXD PUBLIC SPEAKElt:
will bJ I nromntlv filb-d at J.nrf notir ldi b, vinr BaS,nS or and relievmS the throat aftcr
large fkirte can liave them made over to the LaXci an nautnal exertion cf the vocal orpiM. The Troches
Fahiim at a reafonable charge. are recommended and prescribed bv phvddinn, and have
Count-y merchantsrcppliedaa nsuaL "Every SkLrt . . . . , . . . . " , ...
V..rrjnrH r w uii I l"tt i iu icuBiouui! iniai emiBem Dca uuiwsiwai mc wiau'
Z2f Am very tbankful for pat favors, and h pe to
merit a continuance of the Rime.
DAVID SILSBY.
100 BARRELS OF FLOUR,
Just received. Choice brands Spring and Winter
Wheat. For ealc at a nnall advance on cost.
P.iBsnmp?ic, April 11. 5 rJ3 U V. PARK3.
Liberation. Wherca-1 havethig d.y given my
Eon, Sibie T. Lawrence, his time. 1 hercby give notite
that I thall claim none of hii eaitusgj and pay no debta
ofhlacontracting. OltVILLE LAWKEXCE.
Waterford, April 6, 1567. 60-52
try. Bcing an article of trne merit, and having proved
their effxacy by a tcrt of many ycars, cach year findf
them in new localities in v.irio'Jj part; of the world, and
thc Trochei are nniversally pronounced Letter than any
other artidei.
Obtain only "Bi:0N'S BKOXCHIAL TKOCHES,
and do nottako any of the worthles itnitatios that may
be offercd. Sold xtssi wuxbx. fcmyS C7
Eeceivcd the r t prcmium at tke mtsijani f x1 3. 3ti-n,
ia coinpctiti n -aith thc ?ft Ntw 'icrkand Xcw Kiig
Und luakc-.
Tbtfe Skirts liavc lea afptcd oy A- T.Stev
jkET & 0 ol New York, for ttidr rVtail tradc, to tbe ri-clu-iouofa".lo-liermakc.;
aloby Mi-esni. Fuiii, l'xi.
VKB. & Leiixsci Clucag.: 4,hn Siitu.iT! i: C.. of
Cindnna'i, Oluo; HAiJ"y,TriaxJi tOn. of tt. Louis,
Mo.; S. ItvEkEE: C. of Loui-vill-, Ky.; DuMiixsic
C. of Bo-ron, an j by ali Sre: clita boase tlongbout thc
cut.trr, f tbcir bcrt n.tail trdc
Beirean-lJ.-kfor-;hc IJUVTOX VA1EXT SKI1IT.
M- rchmti fapp'.i' 1 at Mtaufacto: r- prict'?-
For Jsale Wholoalc and llclail by
. & T. FAJLRBAXKS & CO.
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