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TUE CALEDONIAN.'IJ s- internal kevende.
Sheen Inwrove 1'astuves. year, mav ie iouna at uie st. Jonnsuurv liouse, m Sk , , . v . i Johnsbury, onTL'EsDAY, P. M., the 23d day of AI'Rlt' I ll.lVO pCl-CClVcd POinC dlPCUSSlOn 111 tlie ! inet., at which tinic and place tho nndcieigncd will be Cllltivator rchllivc tO the rcnOVatinr ill- , ???? ,0, h': wm' detenninc any npala that may at , , I that timo bc takcn from the action of the Aeswtaut Assee-iilK'llCO-; exertcd by Mlt'Cp upoil lailds whcre uors for the several towna in aaid county of Caledonia, ii. ........... .......l I l ,.K...... tt. No mmeal will be en-ertained unlc.- thc esme ehall be tln-y aiv paMuietl. I ln'heve they miprow aubrait,ld ta yTitiagi epedfying the pftrticuiar cause, lllO pa.-tlires in wllicii tllCV reniaill llijllit inatter or thing re-pecting wh'irh a deci-ion ia rrquested, , . . , ... aud etathig a!so the groundor pr.ncipleof errorcomplain- and day ; and 1 will j;ive you ?oine of my edot. thomas e. foweks, Aseessor. lvasoiis for it : Two year? ago I bought an outlying lot ; for a bheup pasturc a rocky ridge, niostly an old iield whieli had been uiowed some j po. 'J'lie reinaining and sinallcr portion j had been nsod as a cattle pasture for an lndt'linitc period. Ilie r-Uliuner previOUS1 tu niy purclia-c, 100 sheep had been pas- tuiX'il tlieie, 'hatinjr the penod? wiiicli an i:i-:iitliciem lence aiiowuu uiein 10 vish ine adjoining piemKe?. TIil- lir.-t pring" atler piirdiasiiig. J de cidwl to start with 150 bheep, and eoniine tliL'in to that lot. So the tenees were put in suitablc eondition and the flock turned in. rJ'he ea.-ion wa vcry iavorable, bnt by the 10th of Sept. the pasture was so iiare and the sheep niade uch a boggarly .-l.mv that 1 was glad to remove them to bi'ller ipiarters. At this time the (iianti ty uf nianurc well dislributed over the .... . ii. i .i . ' i. . i land, v;is convincing that it lnnst be ben- j elilfi tor expi'neuei' liad tauglit nic tliat diinjf. like blood, tells. La.-t f-pring, linding that the gran was Sftarsiiiir with i'ior under the stiniulus of the d.'eoinpoiiig heep excretions, 1 ven tured to put on 1S() sheep. 1'2 niore were added in the suninier, and when I took away the llock, about the 10th of Oetober, neariy every heep was fat. Vet la?t sea stin was uni'avorable to gra in this ?ee tion the falling otfiii the hay crop being about thive-tenth?, accordiug to general e.-tiniation. io iniich for what I know. Xow I will theorize a little, (though l know, Iir. Kditor. you arcdown on theo ri.ing, not theorizing. bnt mere gues Miig.J) yet. put it in it eparate paragraph, o that if you think it advisable to place it under the ban, the conipo.-itor ean read ily se):irate it fruin the mntter of faet. 1 ventnre the opinion that sheep not only improve a pasture. whcre they run ihy and night, by the viiding ol excreinents, l)iit also niaterially beuelit il by exhala tions froiii the lungs and ga.-.e ejeeted 1'roni the stoiiiaeh, as by sweat absorbed by the vegetable growth on which they lie in clo.-e contact. I asked a neighbor, the other day, who' had turned out a part of his inowing field for a sheep pasture, if the feed iinproved?' Jle replied, it did the sward grcw thiek- j cr and the grass finer ; but that the im-! jirovenieiit was nuieh the greatest on that! p:irt which was in the best hcart when he turned it out that the sheep stayed round there the niost (near the building-;) though he was conlidenl that the grass was not .-o weet as on the poorer part. I have seen a new land pasture, vcry thinly'sceded with grass, though well cov ered with sorrel, where two vears feedinir wilh sheep eradieated the sorrel and left the land well covered with white dover, though all were well assured (I cut the foresi) that hunian hands had never sowed white dover seed there. 1 leave that with out theorizing. Jabc: D. Ifill, in But-Um Culicuk r. Tit.MNiN'c C.rn.i: t JrMi. A west- ern farnier says he nr.ide it a rule that whenever eattle are niade to as a fence, whether through bars or "elipgap," to leave one rail for them to pass under. This gives them a downward teudeucy, and lcsscns. their inelination to juinp or look upwards, as they are .-ure todo when a la.y attendant throws down a part, of the rails, and makes them vault the rest. Cattle inay be taught to go over auy fence by the earetul training they olten get for this end, aud perfonned as follows : .First, starve them or give them poor feed, which will make them light aud restless. As soon as they go over the lowest jiart of the fence af'ter better prov ender, make them jump back again, and ut on one moiv rail, saying, ' 1 gue.-s that wdl keep 'cm out. jext day, (as ofeourse they will be in mischief again,) repeat the process, adding another rail : in a hort time they will take eare of themselves, and harvest ihe crops without charge. Tuchx'ft Jltual Ajfhin i'r.sr Kixd or Food roi: Pouic. Alr "Willard says that while in England, the past .-eason, he fuund it to be the univer- sal opinion among tho.-c great meat pro (lucers wnere quaiity anu exceuence in meat production earried almost to per- iection, that no bacou was considered 0(ual to that from dairy districts, where the ll-ed was barley meal mingled with whey. ly feeding barley meal with whey the dairy farmers o( hairope make their whey pay them in pork froin to S10 jier eow an important item, it will be seen, in any dairy. l'i: Tidy. Everybody detests siatteras in the hou.-ehold. Ihit sloveidincss iu the out-door lnanagement of the farm is oqually di.-gusting to the lovcr of neatness a ld good order. Inthepring and sum nier, nature with its myriad beauties of growth and eolor .-ceins to struggle to cou ceal the .-hon-eomings of the shiftless far Jiier. but the frests of autumn reveal them in all their unsightliness. Fieldssmother. ed with tall, gaunt wceds, sowing their inillions of seeds for future crops ; fences in n tumble down condition, yards torn u) by swine, walks to the house and out hiiuses knee dcep with tuud, corn wastiiiLr in lields, grain stacks the styes and play houses of hogs, valuablc niachinery bleach ing. swelling, rotting in the weather, or roofless sheds, are some of the signs of the out-door sloven. Ixeader, have you any of thesc signs existingaiound you? Prai rti Fitnui-r. glMUXU ASD SODIFJJ STYLE. SILK&KEHSEY HATS! .11' ST I'.ECEIVEU BY U O U H A M tjt. John:bury, March 2, 15C. 47-53 Scvond Collcctlon Dlstrict of Termont. I Notice U hcrcby giveu that the IfcU cnnmcrations and ! valuations takcn under the I'nitcd Statea Internal Rev- emie Law, for tho county of Caledonia for the pretent Woodstock. April 9, 1S67. 60-51 p ASH Oli READY PAY! Call the attcntiou of the public to thepriceaat which they are .selling T H E I R EMIRESTOGK OF UOMESTIC BliYGOODS, CROCKEllY, GLASS WARE, PLATJSD WARE, GltOGERlES. Ladiefi' Drcss iSuttons. Alpacca Braids, Velvet ltibuons, Ivnl dloves, and a general assortment of F A N G Y 6 0 0 D S CONSTA.VTLY ON HAN1). It is our intentiou to offer.for sale J3VEUY ARTICJiE l"ir fann and family use the niarket affords. ,1 j'AH kindsof produce taken in exchange for HALL & PECK, Main Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt. At the store formerly occupied by E. JEWETT Kcady ATadc Clothing and Carpetln. To answer the (lemands of many ofotir old custoniers, we have been induced to add to our toek of joods, a good assorfment of ready raade clothing and rariiethig. St. Johnsburj-, May 3. 1S((5. ON'T FOKGET TIIE FACT THAT CHILDS & ADAMS Have the largest "and best iiacortmeut of every kind of gooda krpt in a flrat clasa Wateh, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Book, Stationery and Paney Goods Storo in Northern Vt. Wc are "he esclusivo ngcnta for Caledonia county for the -ale of the GEXUIXE Wm. Rogcrs .j- ,W PLATED SPOONS AND FORKS, The ' nly Genuinc Hogere C!ooda now inadp. Which are n-.rrauti d -'() per cent. bettiT than auy other gooda in the m irket. CIIKAP ITjATEI) WARE FS TltASII. Call cn us and get the cst. Al.L OfK SILVEU 13 We ke'p no alloyed silver gooda. . Also a full line of MAS0N1G BOOKS. CHARTS, DIPLOMftS, &C, Wc hare over 10 dcsigua of Maaonic Pins. MACOr'S, WEBB'S, MOIIHIS' & CHASE'S 3I0XIT0KS. I)ip!omap of all degrec5, bound aepar.ite, or all togethcr. ru'i1 do our own wa'chwork, and warrunt perfect aatisfaction. Dillicult joba of all kinds aolicited. CDo uot think yotir watch or jewelry can not be re paired till you h ive triid u.-. lHair jewelry niade to on'.cr. Conie and procc thf Truth of our Staiements. We make no statcmi nt that we are not willing to p.ove :ind abidc by. Our Motto is, " NEAEU BE UNDERSOLD ! " CHILDS & ADAJIS. St. Johnebun-, Vt. C. C. CHILDS. E.L. ADAMS. G R E A T EXCITEME N T IN LYNDON! XEl. JVEX21i3SS G-XJXXj1?Y Of cxtnifting tecth ithmit pain. It is a fact that lio is usinn an apparatu- for chillin the guma and benunib iiiK tho ticth orroote.so tlicy i-.m be extricted without pin, and ,:11 done in one half niiuutc,a? pcon-a can testify that he ha opciated for within the last few weelo'. Z3 No Chloroforni, Ether, 'ffa" or dangcr about it. It is the grratCEt wonder of the nge. ?3 No pxciifc now for going with a uiouth full (,f dis- ca-cu ieetn,ur without new oncs. All other operatioiL-' iTBT Ile will docc hia ofllce f.ir two werka about the Sret of May. l'leae.- tak notice and call iarb:. 40:52 JILLER WAGONS FOK SALE. J. D. MILLER, MAKER, OPl'OSITE I'ASSEXGER DEPOT, ST. JOIIXSHUItV, - - VEIUIONT. Ihave". Rocd stock of llt'GCY WAGOXS on hand, niad- if the best materi.il, bv esperienced worknien, and warinnti'd. Haviu' been at -omc paius and cspen-e durinp tho post twenty-siv yeara to e.-tablish the rcputation of mv wagona, I would say t the public that the MILLKIi WAGOXS are iuid" at myshopat St. Johnsburj- under inyp.-ivonal enpcrvisnn, and th.it I have no oinneclion firi, atfi ntttrr nnieern. J. y, MILLEH, Agcut. St. .lohucbu'y, Ap-il 3, W. tAii"l QONVEKSLOX OF 7-30's, LNTO JULY 'Go. 0-20. HoMcraofthe Auirust 7-S'i's are remindeJ thit it ia prohible that t.overiiinent will cc.si' tooffcrinducementi in the wav of paying transporTition chargei &c, in mak inj; the above cnnvcrsion? un a.'d afttr May 1, proximo conseqiietjtly )' . tL' rwrihle time to do the busiues?. Thia lUnk h making these lOiiverflions with all the despitih possible. GKO. MAY, Caahier, FL-.'t Xationjl Bank, St. Johnsbury, Vt. F. J. BABCOCK, successor to M. F. Brown has on hand a large assortment of plain and up holstered furniture, coffin trimraings, picture frames, moldinss, glass and cord. windowshades and fixtures, fcathera, &c, which he is selling CIIEAP FOR CASII. HTPicture frames made to order on short no tice. R.U. St., St. Johnsbury, May 29, 18G6. 5-57 P L'lvMTLTvE. COFF1NS. '-srfiK' h,!" 'I INSURANCE F. S. WINSTON, CASHASSETS, - - CASH DIVTDENDS The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York Ib the United States. It haa pald Iosses by death to the amounted to over $,000,000, aud has now accumulated bury, agent for Caledonia Co. Application to him for ceive prompt attcntiou. Office with Dr. S. T. BroobB. S. T. Hrooka. Application for ageucies or insurance addressed to attention. (tjunflT) FAYETTE 1'. H AKNESSES. OI'I'OSITION TO TIIE AV1DE, UDE WOELD. Th-j uudereiirnt'd would nepectfullv anuounce to the citizeiii ot Caledonia county, that he haa cought the en tire conccrn foimerly owned by W. C. Howe. on Eastcrii Avcntie, St. Jobuebury, Vt., wliere he would be happy to .-ce his old patrons and frieud.", whom for a fow years the war hss teparatcd, aud aj many new onea as would like to make iiU acquaintince, and get a good barnet at a prire that defie.- all coinpetition. I have now on hand the largest and most completo m aortnient of harntscea to be found in the state. llooks. t. team, stage, buggy, and trotting collars, al ways o:i hand Whipa it mannf.tctiirerri' pricci'. Ilalieis, bridlee, thill and hame strapg, surcingles, and ovcrythiug in tliia line of trade. Clcaning, oiliug and repairing done on ehort notice and reiUjonabli! pricee. Tenns, c;ih, or very fhort credit on harnesses. WM. A. BAKEK. St. Johnsbury, Aug. 27, 1SC6. 1S-69 P. S. Kemember my old niotto, ntvcr to be undcreold. JEW A1?RANGEJVIENTS FOR THE NEW YEAR ! The subscriber would refpectfully infonn the public that a loug erpe rience iu trade has con- vinced him that long rredits compel the eeller to exact exorbitant pric e a eystem ruiuous aliketo the buyer and sellor which the inter eet of b o t h demand ehould be abandoned. And tho new j'car will be commenced ,y J. F. L A I) T J C E R With an entire changc of bueiuess upon the princlpal of Eow Pnces and Poiilivcly no Credit ! ! Wc would rcepectfully invite one and all to call at his shop and salesroom, neatly and commodioualy iitted up, I. It. Strcct. St. Johnsbury, Yt., And examine and price hia new ttock of goods, juEt re ccivcd for the new ycar'i? trade, consisting of a largc a? Forbnent of Ready-made Harnesses, Blankets, Whips, Comt)s, Brushes and Bells, Of every quality, patlern and style, which will be sold at ch extivmely low prices as to convince tho closeet buy crs that CASII 1)0TIS MOXEY SAYED. Har !Csjs made and remirine d'ne to order on thr shorttvt notice. for ca h or ready pay, which will not fail io p.easc me mosi u-tidious. j. y, iJVULCtn. 60 TONS l'LASTER Kor sale by the subscriber. St. Johnsburj-. Yt., Feb. S, 1SC7. J. FLETCHER. 42tf JS7 JEW GOODS OLD TIMES G0MIN6 AGAIN! GOODS jMARKED DOWN. I have just rcturned from Market witli a general assori mcnt of spring rtyles of SILK AND KERSEY HATS. A great varictr of new etylea AND WOOL HATS. FUR for mcn aud boys wear, aleo UAl' ALL 8TYLES, A X D FUItNISUIXG GOODS of every description. I shall also keep Umbrellas, and a good varicty of other thlugs not tnentioncd, which v 111 e'jiu CHKAP FOR CASH. C. P. 3IOORE, First Door North Blngham's Drug Store. B LACKSIITIIING. The subscriber haing purchased the Chapman fhop, reccntly occupied by A. P. ILvle, proposes to the citizens m oi. .lonusDury taet aua cmity to do their blackemith ing, to wit : Shocing all round, new, Jl 50. Kerctting, 40. Kescttinc and Tocine:. fin. And othoi work at corrcsponding pricea. Satiefaction arrauita. j. KICHAIU). tift St. Johnsbury, April 2, 1C7. 19:51 'qnHE PEN IS iMIGHTIER THAN -L TIIE SWOKU." The Gold Pcn Best and Cheapest of Pens. MORTON'S GOLD PENS, THE BEST PENS IN THE WORLD. For sale at his He.idquarters No. 25 MAIDEX LANE, New Vork, and by every duly-appointed agent, at the cuic pnces. A Catalaguc, with full description ofSizes and Prices, sen: on receipt of letter. postage. tmylC A. MORTON. D1! J. WARDEX'S ve(;etable scotcii liniment And Health Pills Have been u-.ed thirty yeara for rheumarisni. netiraliHa. spinHl diseaae.-, cuts, bruise?, Epraini, pain in the stomach or bowels, commou coldj, hea-lache, toot ache, sore throat, &c. Manufactured ad sold wh ilesale and rerail, by J. C. BIXGIIAM, Druggiit, Main s rect, St. Johns bury, Vt, to whom all ordtrs should be addrcssed. JEMOVAT,. As the ehop that 1 have fonnerlv occunicd hoa recentlv been sold, I have reuiovtd to thc shop near the old tan uery gronnd, on thc road leading to Lyndon, where my old customers will find me ready to do their work as uau al. A. P. IIALE. E. St. Johnsbury, March 20, 1So7. N EW PAINT SHOP. The subsciiber has opencd a new Daint shoD In the South part of the Allen Block, Railroad Street ZIT- UULSE AND FURNITURE niintlne will be attended to with promptness, and done in a workmanllke manner. GILMAN HtiTCHTNSON. A. W. W1LLLAMS, Age.nt. utual life COMPANY OF NEW YORK. PRESIDENT. g 19, 0009 000. PAH) ANNUALLY. fhe oldeet and most wealthv life insurance company in .iraonntof.4C.000.ltOO. Its dividends in cash valae have cash aasets of $19,(KK),000. J. H. STEELE St. Johns information or insurance, by niail or in person, will re- lieference bypennisaon, trankuu i-airuanKs, tsq., ur. the General Agent, at Rutland, Vt., will receive prompt BKOW N, General Agent, Rutland, ermoni. N E TV F I R M X cuuuiuii well knpwn firm of Dowsino fc Ccsuman, ou Railroad Street, offers his stock of Goods consuting in part of all . , r- l. Kinas oi ipice.', eucu us Saleratus, Ginger, Pepper, Pimento, Cassia, Cloves, Cream Tartar, And a good assortment of Teas and Coffees. Also, Cod Fi-h, Mackprel, Iladdock, Pork and Lard, and an assort mut of WEST INDLV GOODS in geiitral for Cash or Ready Pay when delivered at the couutcr. One Hundrcd Barrels U. S. WHITE WIXTER WIIEAT FLOUR. Jnet received. Th i c who appreciate homc with all its mcinbcrB be:iring a emiliug cnunt- nancc, efpeciallv the wife, will do e!l to c.tll andcx.imiae this brandof Flour, warranted to give pcnect E.itialaction. Sl. W. IIALE. R. R. St, St. Johnsbury, Dec 12. s T. JOHNSBURY ACADFJMY. The tenns for the cnsuing year will begin followe : FALL TERM, SE1T. A, 1PCC. W1NTER TEItM, DEC. t, SPRING TERM, FER. 2f.. 1P7. SL'MMKR TERM. MAY 1-1, lffiT. lustruction in Frcnch and Drawing furuishi-d at the usual ratLv. Forboard and rooms apply to tlic .ul:ri!'r. 12 ly IIEXRY C. IDE, Principal. T) EGISTEREI) GENERVL Xi; ACC1DKNT TICKETS OR POLIUIKS lssued by thc Railway Pa sengers' Afsurance Company, of Ilartfoid, Coiui. covcr every pofflblc fonu of casual'y, iu lndini: the riek in travclling ; aleo, all fonns of di.'Io- cations, brokcn Ikjiii s, mpturcd tcndons. Epr.iins, concns- eions, cniiliiugs, bnn-te. cuta, st.ilie, gunshnt wound', pol foned wound. bums and fcalds, freczing, bites of doi, unDrovokcd a?sanlt- bv burglan, robbcrs or HllIrdlren, the action oi light;iing or ptin.-troki', the effccts of explo sions, chfmicals, flooda and earthquakes, sutrocHiion hy drowniug or choking. In f ict, they insure again.t acci- dents of whatcver kiud, whether they occur Jn trav. Uing, or in huritinc. fishinir sailmg, ndln, eksting, Jn the ttret t, sture, otlice, or wliile orklng in shope, niilh, fac orics, or on thc fann, aml eecure to the K;ion iiifun d a weckly coinpenition of twenty-nve .loiiars z-Z) dunng total d"isal;ilitv (for a tcrni not cicceding i uionth from non-fatal iujuries receivid in any accid.n, and $5,- 000 m thc i vent of ilwlh. For sale by N. P. l.OVKRING, Jr , Poilroad Offire, "tlliunfiT St Johnsbury QEDAU POSTS AND RAILS Thc pubwrilter has for 'ale, and will funiih to order. cedar po-ts and rail.', in quaiititiea to suit pnrcha-Ts. Apply to A. II. HALL. Sutron. Vt "ODESSA PATENT COI- LAJ'SING SKIRT." Combining the moet jerfect setting, Ixst wuirinf; and moet convcnicnt ekirt in the market It can be adjustcd to suit the SIZE OjFL KTOTIOW of the wcarcr, citbcr when off the porron or on and can- not oe moved only at htr wiin. Manufactured for and sold cxclusivcly in Caledonia county by jST. M. JOHNSOlSr, DEAi.rn in geivie:ka.il. iiiy goods, R. R. St, St Johnsbury, Vt s PRLNG OF 1SG7. A good line of PLYMOUTH BUCK DRniNG GLOVES. For Spring vc, for sale cheap by N. M. JOHNSON, R. R St., St. Johnsbury, Vt D 0 N ' T FAIL To carcfully examlnc tho mcrite of Mntual Life Inni rance Co. of N. Y., before yon in"iire. It will cost vou notbing but a plf.-iB.mt half honr'a chat. IJe snre yon are right thcu go nhcad. Call and see me or ecnd me your aaaress ana l will call on vou. J. U.'STEELE, Agent, Office with Dr. S. T. Brooks. Willcox & Gibbs' SEW1NG IrACIHNE. "If? scam is strongcr and lcsa liable to rip in nsc or w.nr than the Ixyck Stitch." 'Jwi'io' UfjnirC at thf Crawl 7V)i.' Scnd for the "Rcport," and eaniplcs of work, contuining both kinds of stitchcs on thc saine Dieco of eoods. J. L. PERKINS, St. Johnsbury, Agent VOK GYGUROW With your Wastc Grcasc Penn'a. Salt M'fg. Co!s. 2 Ceiits only for eysry ponM of Soaj. . niliECTIOXS. Dirsolve one box of Lye in 2i ponndi fjinti) of hot watiT. in an iron prt. Melt in another put or pan 5 Bs. of cleau fat or greas?. Take off of the fire, and into this stir slouly thf dissolvwl lye, and keep etir ring nntil the whole becomes well mixed and like molass. Nyw covr up. and set in a warm place over nicht. Xext Uy cut up into small pieces, add 6 tfcs. (or piiiti) of watcr, and melt with a gentle heat until the ioap U all dissnlrtil, then pur into a tub to cool. Whtn cold. cut iato Lari, which will be fit to use in about 10 daya. BEWAHE 0F COUXTERFErrS. Bepartieular in tn,hing for I'JEXyA. SAXT M'FG. CO'.V. SAPOXIFIER. JLJA VE YOU STHUCK OIL ? " -.. J . w v. u .. u ... l. .. j 43 COmfortable as nossihlp. And linir ran vnn An ?t better than byprocuring a sprint; mattress and lounge of CASSINO. isastem ATenue, oppopite the Court House. HOSE ABOUT GETTING MAR- EIED Can find new styles of wedding cards and cnvelopea at TUE CALEDONIA OFFICE. I Ii 1S8IF Ler! Georse P. Mathews Estate. STATE OF VERMONT, Tln probate court hoWen , at Essex uismci, s ) jjj t" trlct. on the 2J day otApriLAD 1867. rr., P. ilathews, late of Orange In theSUte orMassachuetts deceased, presents her administraUon account for settle ment : .t . . Whereupon. It l oruerea mai me wimc w ;'" the 26th W of April lnst. at the probate othce.m Lnnenburg.forexamiuationandallowance: and that . au concerned be notlUed hereof. by the publlcation ot ttfa order lu the Caledonlan, printed at St. Johnsburj'. three . i i . ......m.pha . i 1 1 innvmavair pear, and at said time and place, if they see cause, oiijeci thereto. By the Conrt Attest, T . JONAH BROOKS.Judge. A true codt of record. Attest. 49-51 JON'AH BROOKc.Jnuse. Thnmae f5nnfiwillip'; Estate. THE subscribershavlnirbeenappolnted by the bon orable probate court for the dlstrict of Caledonia, com mlssloners to receive, cxamlne and adjut ail alms aiid demands of all persons agalust theetateof THOnAlj GOODW1LLIE. Ute or Barnet In sald dlstrict, de ceased, represented insolvent, and the term of slx months trotn the 22d day ot February. 1567,, b lng aUow edbysald court to the creditors of sald deceased, to exhibltand prove their respectlve claib sbefjrc us:Give notice that we will atten-i to the dutics of our appolnt ment at the Town Clerk's Ouice in Barnet, ln sild distrlct.oc the 2uth day ot April and the 2"Jth dayof Aucust nestat 1 o'clock P. M.i'f each ofsaid days. ROBERT 11ARVEY lCommlsIoner ) 52 J. D.ABBUTT Joommis.ionLR-. Charles H. Colby's Estate. THE subscrlbers having been appointed by the hon orable Probate court for the dlstrict of Caledonia, com mlsslouers, to receive, examlue and adjust all clalms and demand of all persons, asalnst the estate of CUAS ll.COLBY.lateof Walerlord, lusald dUtrict, deceased renresented Insolvent, and the term ufslx months from the 23th dav of March, 17. bein- allowed by sald court tothe creditors of salu deceased, to exhlblt and prove thelrrespectlve claims betore us : Clrc uotlce that wc will att end tothe duties of our appoltmcnt at the Store lonnerly occupied by ald de t-asd. In Waieriord. in said dlstrict, on the Sthday ofMay aud the lslh day ot Sept. nest, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon ou each of said days. F K. OAKPKNTKR . 5Ui' WILLARD EINNEj rs- Christian W. Kasson's Estate. STATE OK VKRMONT,"! In probate court. held at Caledonia Dlstrict, ss. J St. Johuslmry. within aud for said dlstrict on the 5th day of April. A. D. IfoT. AN lustrument punortln2 to be the last will and tes tamentof CHRISTIAN W.KASSON, lateofSt Johns bury. In said dislct decased. belns pres-ctrtl to the court by Slas Raudall, the executor iherelu namel. for probate: ltls ordered bv sald court th tt all i'.!rsinis concerned therelu. be nottued to apar at a sesslnu of sjld court to be holden at the probate otfice in St. Jo'aus bury on the Z7lh dayof April. 1567. and shew cause, if auy they may have, agalust the piobateit sald wlil ; for which purpose It Is further ordered. that a copy ot the record ot this ordtr bc pubil-hed thrc weeks succes slvelylnthe Calfdonlan, printed atSt. Johnsbury, pre vlous to sald time apiolnted tor htariuc- ASA 1.. FRENCII. JuiLre. A trnecopy of record. Attest, 50-52 ASA L. FRENCII. Judse. George Kinne's Estate. STATE OF VERMONT, lu ProbattCourt heM at St Caledonia Distrlcts-s. Johnsbury, lu sald dlstrict. on tb; Stt day of April. A. D. lso7. Loren Einne. admlnistrator of the estate ofGeorce Kluue. Ute of barnet. In slJ dlstncl deceased prr sentshls adminlstratiou account for exaiuliiatlim aud allovCance. and makes application for a decire ot dbtn bntloH aud partttlon of the estate ofsaid deceased. Whereupon, ltls ordered bysald court that sald ac count and sald application l referreil to a seSsbm ofsaid court to be held at the probate office. iu St Juhti-.turv, on the 2yth day of April, A. D. Is67, for hearlns aud de clslon thereon. And It Is further ordered. that notice hereof be saven to all persons Inteiested, by puhUcation of the saine three weeks sncccsMvely tn the Caledonia, a newspaper published at St. Johusbury. prevlous to sald time appoiuted for heariui;. that theyiuay apppear at said time and place, aud show cju;, 11 any they may have, why sald account should not be allowed, aud such decree made. By the Court Attest. 552 ASA L. FRENCH, Judse of ProKuc. AMER1CAN AND FOREIGN PATENTS. 11. H. Kridy, Solicitor of Patcnts, Late agent of U.S. Pateut Ottlce. Washington, (under theact of la37.) 7S State Street opiMjsite Killiy Street, Boston. After an estrnsive praitlce of upwards of tweutv jears contlnues t istcure pateuts in the 1'ijiled Sutes"; also u (ireat Hrltalu. France and other fbrHsii couu tries. Caveats, specIUcallons. bouds. aUuments. aud all jiapers or drawlnts tor pateiits. vxecuted uu liberal terc-.. aud with despatch. Kesearches made luto Amerlcan ir torelsn works. U dete mlue the valhlitv or utlhty ot pateuts orlnveutloiis aiul lesai or other advlce reudered lu all mattcrstouchlastbesame. CVpies ofth clauusot any jiatent furnL-hed by rcmlttins $1. Assttmmeuts recordrd at Washington. TtJIIJllJULj. "I recard Mr. Kddy usone ot Ihe most succestul and cajuble practltioners with whom I have had offlrl ul lutercourse. CUAS. MASDN. CommWsioner ot Patents. I have no hesltaliou lu assunns tuveutir that they cauiiol employ a pers.ni more com;'eteut aul tru-t-orth ,atil morecupatileol puttm; their ai-jJk-jlk.us tn a torm to secure tor them an carlv aud laxoiaMe cousiderat:iu at the lutetitotncr." KDML'.N I) Ul" hK t I.ate l ouilliissiouer ot PatcntS. "Mr. R.ll. KiMy U.K made for we 13 applicatioas. vn all lct one ot M liich lutenis have beeu granteJ. atid that is now pendliiR Such uuml.-tikeat.Ie ;r.vf oi zitrsl talent and ability ou his l-art Uads tue to recunimeiid an inxer.tors t . apply I.. hlui t procure their juteuts. as the way'j. sure ot haviu the inosl tallhful alten tb'ii t-stoiitlon their case-. a:d at very teiuaWe itarse-." JOIIN TAliUAhT. Iitjtliiieisht mt.jith?. tb? subscrUtr, In cour-e oi h. lire prjctuo. made on twic rejected applicau ,h.s. b apieals. ev.-rj utie ot uhicb was ileclded ln Ul uvr, bv the .i:iuiiij!i ol juteuts. K. 11. KDDY. Boston. Jan. I. 1SS7 ly. .RUTLAND and BURLINGTON AND VERMONT VALLEY RA1LR0ADS. On and after Januarj 7, Tralus vrlll run as IjJjws. MoVINU StHTU AND EAST. Leave Iturllfsfon a 3- a tn 1 5. j ui 25 m ? 15 ; tn Anlve at Rutland II S0 a m I .VJp tn -r.i;ci 2 5" l.eae KlllUnil laiuI2'M tniiia liatu Arrlw Bellows Falis 7 ina tn 2Sp in S 15 p ta 2a tn Leave Bellows FaiN 75oam2.15im 325AIU Arrivvat Hr.ntIeb.iro i. Vja in 3 15a ia 1 15a tn MOVINi; NORTH AND WEST. Leave Brattleboro li45 ta t ti:a?iii m Arrive llellow Kalis 11 43 a iu 5 tt'pm yiS;. Leave ili-llows Kalis 5 2il i m 12 35 a ui 5 45 jt tn I' ; lii Arrive at Rutland lUWa m 3i vm Sutp m l2 35ani Leave Kut laud l' w a m 3 15 p ui I 3 a iu Arnve at Rutland It 35 a iu 5 45 ; m 1 1 5 a in TRAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS. At Burllnston with Uiats on Lake Champlain and Vermont Central aiul Vem-ont i Canada Rillr.u.I tor Montpelier. St.Altans. Roust's Poiul, Montreal, Osden-b:in;h and the West At UutUud wlih traiiiN for Trov. Altunr an.1 New York. Saratoa Sprluss.SchenccIadv and tlie West At Rellows FalU wl;h tralus oirCheslnte Railnad fot Fltchburii. Worcester, lowell and Boston. Wnh Vermont Valley Railroad for Brait:etioro. SprlncfleM. Hartford, New Havenand New Yrkand with Suihvan Railroad for Whuijr. White Rlver Juncttou. Wells River. St. Johnsbury, New;ort.Ijttletonand Ihe Whlle iiouutalus. Passeurcrsfjrthe Wetwil) tlnJ this a Cheap. Ple asant aud Eapeditious Route. For TJckeU and all necessjry lnlormatiou imiulreatthe tlfllces ou ihe Line. tf iJEO. A. MERRILL. Sunt. LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Boots and Shoes- Suitable for the sca.-ou, ivarrantid. and will b- sold at rcduccd priccs by (2C-37) I. B. GORH.UI. St Johnsbury. Nov. 22. Siff noticT to claTmants. Thc fi'llowing dorilcd propertr wa? scized br offi cf r." of the cnrtoms for viol.ilion of" the Rercnae" Laws of thc United Stat.s, vizt At Hardwick, March 11. l5. 3 gallons ATiiskev. At Lyndon, M.irch 12, 2 g illons Whukcr. At Danville, March 20, 12 gnllons Whiskcy. At Sutton, .March 22, 1 Vapn. Any pers-'n or persons claimiug the abovc dwcrilHd property are hcrcby notified to appcar within twcnty day? from the date hereof and filc with the colleclor o'f thc riiftoms for the district of V. nuont, a cliim sttting his or their iutcrcst in thc property so seiz.d, al-o, to esecute a bond to the I nited States, eondition. d that in ca-e of the O'lidemnation of the propcity so fcizcd the obligors " ili jm all the cots and cxiiciuc of the p:x ce dingj to obtain con cmnation. Othcrwise I ehall procecd toadrertise anil s--ll said prt'pcrty accor-ing to Iaw in such c.tscs uwde and providcd. GEO. J. STANNARD, Colleclor of Custcai. Custnm Housc District of Vermont, ) Collectcre Offico, Burlington, Apr. 9, lsCT. j f2 W R I G H f TSNE W Patent VariaWe Cut-0ff Engine. The best in every respect made in this country. Can bc s-e:i runnlng at'Me srs. Norcro & Sandcrs, LowclL Also, have Stationary and 1()RTAIJLE E:igines,Toil- rs, Puinpa. Shafting, Hflting, IRON and WOOD ".Vork ing Machinerr, M chinists Hardwarc, Toola and Sup plies. I10RACE McM L'R fRl E &. CO., Engiueer and Contractor.', R! and 5 North Stnwt, Bos ton. tjuly.'i YALUABLEFLOURING M1LL FOR SALE. The valnable and d.sirable Grist tnill at AVcst im cord, Vt, is oiTered for sale. Said mill is largc, thorongh ly built, in good condition, foarrun ofstoncs.tiew mod em whcelsj new and best dam in north em Vermont, cxclusiveriphtof water, cxtcMivelr patronizcd, doing a cash businew of from HH)fl to 1&I yiarly. Locatcd on the line of Es-ex lt.R.,tn thc lantiful villagc of West Concord, whtre property is rapidly incrta?ing in valnc. This mill will rny the purchascr larger profiU tbau anv other investment. AdJress or applv to GEO. C. FKYE. Wt Concord, April s, 17. 15 N JOTICE. The nndprric-r.rd has iMtnt 4 ..n'mmi. .V. ... o 1 " --r cui, UJC US of which he can make ncarly twicc as mnch sugar from the treo as heretoforc. It is a conibinati on of the tin and woodcn enout and obvutat th,- riofi wvhvivuviv. J aJC .HU mon woodeu and Iron spouti. I will eupplv purehafoip witn fp.nts, or seii town, couatv or statc rights to ascnts. Terms Ubend. Addreas AJICHIBALD LEITCII, Ryegate, Vt gPRES'G IS COMING, And Farmers should call at thc Agricultural Store on K. K. Street, Where they may find newly all thc liteit improvemcnts In agricultural implemcnta cheap for cash or ready pav. ttor.l. Rna Clothes Wrincpry. Supcr Phoephate of Lime, PIows, Cultivatore, Hay Cutters, Com SheRers, Or Yokoe and Bowp, Hcttcr Tubs, Baskets, Grain Measnres. Acd Wood AVarc gcmrallr, Clover and other sevds, Crockcry and Glass Ware EdgeTorls, And Hardwarc gcncrally, Tcas, Coffee, And cice Farafly Groccrief, Mats, Stoncware", ltooka and Stationerv, and Yankec Notioaf. FIow Points, 'WA'N' I ' HT In PTrb.TlTO fnr U T J- ragar, potatoee, batter, white beanj, pcas, com, oata and uiucj giamo. 11UVT C DREW. 5t. JoanibaryjMarcli 13, 1SCT. NOTICE. ! TlcPoFnnnpncBankjWliofecharter tcrminatcd Feb. ; 15, 1W, "ivea notice that it will rcdccm it' trattnding 4 biU at the First Natioaal Bank in StJohusbnn-, for one r . vear from Decembcr 1, l5. agrecably to the following lcU E. O. REDINGTON, Cathier. St. Johnsbury, Vt, Dec 1, lSCo. An act rclatint; to thc r d mption of bant actea. Itishtrebr'ensctcd, &c ... , See 1. Aftcr the cxpiration cf tic char.cr o. any bank chartcreJ bv this tUtc, or aftcr the tmnination .f the existencc of auy such bank, agrrerbly to the lawa ,1.:. n.T. i.n.v mr nnw noiice lo be inl)!la'Il- ed in all thc weklv newfpapcr the oonuty ivhe:e such b nk t- locatcd," for 012c full ya;, st-'tii? Jorth that said bank will rcdccm its oubsandicc biHs tbc cVy of the cipiration of its char.cr cr thc daf of the tenaina tion of its 'iistence, and a o py of this act. Aud tyion due publicatiun of pucIi no icc, neither snch bank nor.it officess shall bc liaUe t any acu.n for thc non-reden;p-tion of any of itsontsanding M1L, nnless thf samc rhili have beendnly prcecnted and piyinentthcnflf demand cd within the ycar afon-said, at tic banking hou.-c of j 1 i. Sec2. After thc cxp'iratiouof the chartcr, or after thetenjiinationofthcexi-tenre of any fucIi bank a afortsaid, iuchbankihall cease to be Kubject jo tie operatiou,orliableto t.e p:uvi-jonsof t o bttr-tliird Eectioa of chaptercishtr-niucof the general ftatntce. See. X Thi? act rhall'iakc cffect from ih? passase. Approvcd Nov. 1!, 1 tidt-ci.4 NOTICE. The I'li-tencc of the Bmk f Clcdouia, chartcrcd by thc lcgirla-ur. -f thc ttate of Vcmion nd locatd at Danville in eaid state- vcas ternunaU-d ag.ccaWy to the lawE ofsaid rtatc, on the3"th day of Jnne, lfK; and notice is 1k rcby ginn that Fiid bank wi:l rede m iti oufatanding biili for the tcnu of roe year from Itec ?, l;tW. Tlic fi-llovdns art of ihe lejrflatarv i pablirhcd by direction .f faid b-nk. Dv oultrof th- Il.recJora. OR1LV CKOirtV, I"rc'. .1. 1. MATTOCKS, Caircr. Danville, t., Dec. l- i An ac; n-lstins: to the r dcmptioa cf liank coUf. It is hereby c:iacted, ic. See. 1. Aftcr the cipir-tion of th" charter cf any bank chaitcredby thUftate, or aftcr the t-rminatien of thc eii-:cncc of anyfuch b.nk, aprecably t. the lsw ofthi-Et te,-nch bank may cau.e i:otice Ie pnbUsfci-d in all theweckly rctpafi rof tlw-oaantv wh.ie jc1i bank i locatcd, for oce iu I year, fett ng forth tlia Eald Iriak will redcrin it; out tanding b-Us :he day of the cs.piration f its cl-artcr orth, dateof the tcnnia-:- tio-iof itieiist;nce nd a copy of tbl a-t. Ard Mjion due pnblica ion cf .-uch uoticc, neithcTUclilank nr its oiliccr' rball be HaMe t- any action for the aun-ro xia- tiunoffcuyof its outstanuinp biUf, nnles-thctaniesha'l liave lHtn duly presentcd, an : payjnent thcrcof demand- ed within the ytrarafore-: id at the lcukiag bcc?e of aid bank. icc. 2. .i-tr tnecsTnrauiao; Ijjc cnarf-r, r aiter 1 t'.c tcrmimition of the csirtei.ee of any jach bank a 1 atoie said, fucii bank siiall c ase :o lt i-h' ject lle operatioa. or liable to the provtion of the riaty-third Ecction of chsprer t-ichty-uiue cf th" gecejal fUtuw. j oc 3. Thi. ac- ihafl tak- eaT t Sraia its jtas-a?c ' Approvcd Nov. 1:', lSCfs. Idecl n j BANK 0F LYNDON. j This is to notifv a!l itrsoni iliat ;be Itank 01 Lra4en. lociteJ at l.yndoi., in ibe s atc of Vcnait, nill rc-dc-em Vf out-tasding h'.Wf, at it 01? v ia ytidn . af .n said, f-r tlie t- rm ol o..e yea: fre:n Dec Vt, ls", tlat Mi-I Rank cea-d o citt thc Ist diy f Jlccemlier, lS"ri, and that tho flIosin:r sf a cpy -f a ict js.-ed by !he lesirlature f Vermont a ita ltit M-ttien, viz; An art rclati'.n 10 the redeciption of bank tUf. It is berebv enactid, A"c Sec. 1 After the cxpin'ioa t f tho i-harer any bank ch-tnervd by this natc, or after the terwinatien ii thccsitC2Ceofa"ayfi.ch bajk, agietal.lv to the laws of thia Etiie, such liank nny caue aolic" to ! paWi'i ed in a 1 the weekly newfpjp-r? of tlie county -where pnch lcink i? locit.-d, for -ne fall y-a , .rettiag f th'tha? aid Ii'jk will rrdeeui i outs a-.di' Wll ihe day c.f thc.eipirJtioa of it! charter or thc dite of thr srauna- tionof it existence, aidacopyof lusaL A&d Hjaa : du- public.tia: of :ch n tice,"i.eitber Mi' h Itiak rxtr it? oflic cr? .hall I liable to any artwi' forthe uoc-r.-dt-mjv-tion of any of it cttm Jia"s 1.51K Hnleiw tl- f aaw sh!l have been duly pnfenttsl aud jiayai'-atthervof deuand cdwithia the year aforc-aid, st the Lanki:.s; buse of faid ltak. Scc. 2. After the eiji"rtk. of ihe charter. or fur the temiiuatii n t.f tbe ii -tej.ee tf anyt-uch !nak a aftres.-tid, fuch bt .k fhsll ci'a.v to b "Je-:: Ihe oper-ition, or liil.loto th" provi'ion f the firry--litrd set tion of chapter eihty-aiae : the IScaeral tatutei. tee. 3. 1 his sct shall take 2Trct frwa ia rta rage. Approvcd ov. J-iW. Tb.f no'ice i'sk r.c ia cwapliiace dth P'-id ct. D ited it Lreia thU Cth dav of IVcosjht lV!. tI)e.C ; S . Mt'EL i:.'MATTOt K.-. Criikr. ri CLEANSE THE BLOOD. 1 With cormpt r t .iaud !4ood, vpu h" anrick-.llo.tr. I- luar 1b:5 tmt ia I wBm .pi"I'lr?. rif tar neirr di L. 3 . wi' su.-iyaie-f.ykxp yacliftl-1. u p .-t-c zml c -d 3r ii!iBr. Itc yr-u csa 10' 5i?ve Ii.iHi wiuie your lbod i? wjnre Ayer r- ilta jer.s- on thee iuipiriti-.i . ii expt-lf dics-se 'al re-- Jn;ti -nd rtiaiiilit,-the orar-' 4 :f : jj ri-o arti. Hrnce .1 npH y c:irv a -.1 i.-tv . f-.iiiiil.iin- which arecsu"dby tmpnr.ty .f th- Ued fwh a. w-f) 1k. or Uiaps eiiL tuiuon-. ulc n?, crajitio MapV, b'o chei, LoiK t Ai-t .y'i rre. 4.e or v-v tt-tnrorilt rh un.. fcald hes ri.i; v.o:m, ci-,-r-cauc-TOE tma T1, - w e-.e. fni!l- dsa-c. r-t-uti. n, i.r-;ral ii-r.Bjijirvfiii.icH .f. ex.&y, also cypliilir ir v ihiva! disearrs, liv- r dalsftd intrt A v-a-.-5. Tn Aye:" rsrrjiri5i, aad h- f - yrrt4f the -urj,ri-"joc csiTi-y -zriih triiici it cltraue; the bbod a:.d CU! b fe ilwjr?. Ia.insl.-te ye r I'.e pal!ic have lcca laifl.d by Hrs;- Wtlcf. p t rdiarta .iea C.rt of estracl f SirripriHtlro rniUr. M ih -e fcjxe Uy-a friud apoa iW tick. fc iinx y - at litfV. if any, Sirfajri Ia lc . Ita a"u es atfti.- iar,dkr -hImi-cvt-.. llc.jce, h tu-T difi; .axa' l.d- lvHnw.d Ufepftbr virc? mctita Str-j-ri:l Kbk-ii 2 J th. t-iri tantil th.-&aiu- it.h"'. ?b c tx-yaittymf withimp rirvnsnd dw-. Mitl-nec M .lrii-"crp.ad, ar?i.riUi.'asdiut ;du-3rji aiia reauedy a fbIl r.ferte th' uame :Wm ifa. Idf 44rqay nVdi r.rU ni-ou it Wc ihhM c lure srrd JvSttml: it li.- ii uee wluch re irr.TaAr bi tie cias- tf discijes' it i ia:- nde J t rar- Wf ci ih.- ck, that we otfeT -bew tbv Kt alt-aj!ve e k:r Leiv to prwluc-. aad we havo re-t-B ta W'Uirr, it is Irrlar the tio-t rStfual r f lln-. yc: ci-onrl. Ay-r- Vherry Iv laral an.Tr-"ra!lv kawi e rano. cvcry otb r ii-3ir3e w tW,- oic f cwr!, c-jld- uti.H-ja, hr-ae a. crf, J mocia:K iaci4t, rti m.!i.i, ad f r ?5c rlkf tf :v&rire yaiiejn ia advi . .1 fts- of tix dseH- tkatit isawl.'r- l-r-tor-oat tbe evideacr fjt iim. Tbe v.teM knon . th- iu. I"reparedl.v Ir. .1. C. AYUK O'-LMTt-H. and -vii by 11 drupdrtf aad deakTf ia udicwe 1 tvery where jr.6.Taj 3 MASTA'S PULMONIC BALSAM. Z f Vor all dio.ie of ihe tiri, lanr? and cbot, pivn.d itfelf tie ? reliaMe reandr. llwuui. hatf Kva -pedly kd v&totMv 1 1 . . . . .ca iiv ji- uaacjy ae wiiiie -Hii.-r-Lp with r.ie r,M-. jmotra.d c urfi-, nd wi h vari.w eihcr fna" of lun d Jca-se. Iti rmranl fra vegeta' le Ndsatnsaad he aiedidcal rcrp.rtiw f roets and b.--, cvn taiaini: no miaeral a.c ii-twf drur?. It caa be takea vutfa yia fectsafctv at ?I1 time-. S4dbv .1. V. Bi-gham aad S. lLi-iCa:i, M. Jehn.bary. aad kr m.-dici:je dealen? p.nrra ly. Il-"j3cT7 dysp'epsiacured liheuniutism Curt'd. ERTJPTI0KS 0JS THE PACE CURED, Scrofula Cured. By srcatmmt t:h yiBcral Watcrs. Djaeay wi:hall yoa; r.rwas .rnd t&tnt pT:iciKs dmg- and quack im-d.-it!e-, aai n c a f. K bxii.re4: ed tvith STIU .MATIC SALTS." Thcselts are mQc ixm tl e cneeittiate'l lin of Ihe miw.-tsl well " tbe I'ena'a. ilt Maaiif. C in li tfUiR; and a-ejtM-k.d in rir ii-fct bxr-. ae a!uay fumrien? fr ba h. I.irc iwr re a ixln'd. Iuuruilly usri:i'MATK- MINKRAL WArEKsV la bot:f .f nc and a lulf ja. lue raiLdtTi lrs day'i H-c Sold bv dntjriE - pca allv. MKRRILL 3i:u.--.15 SiIc etnvt. I' a, iotl,oT WfcJ le Arcatii. MR. H. P. SH0REY, Agent for the Mrrouic Hamlin Cbinet Orpan, wai furuirb them to re-ideat in St. JohufWy .jd virkii ty at manufacturt r' price. The crtLaay of ihe tm I cmiui nt inusicitns in the eomitry ta ihrir fBjHjrr over all other in-tnimcat'of tlH-irc A'K' i- ver bclnuni Fifty-two gold or silver imdal, ?r cther am p:tiHaf, havebaawjrdelt.thui at the principal iiidaflriil fairi? within a few vo. Sci-d for Ulas rat.J circalsr. lf II. 1". SIIOUEY. St Jehnslorr Cemr-. Yt S. A. H00D, Agent for the le f 1'ri'jce 4: CoV imprvrd iat at prizs inedal M EL iD Et NS, and KG AN, tlie best r. iwtmnieat in the laarket, lth ia rr!o a: d iidth aad fweetnes'of tone. Al ia waa f an" inftncnett tht fect ia all nrert. vrill nnd these to le jct af adtvr tiid. An Ulurt-iU-d caUl.cpne, hwng ttil.- aad price?, w.U lu; fcct ftve to aav addrea'. yrde aeika t d. Alo nnl.Mlfonf to jto'." S. A. Huol), ra Laurel strrrt, Mauciert r, N. II Solr A.nt for Ne IIaiiipLire aad Ycrwoct, t ttiwtZ all orders fLonld be sdd-.ed- iS"..prS7 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANiToF ST. JOHNSBURY, VT. Caphal Anthorized, s.V,fii!t.. Ia5d bji. ,,', ParticalarattoitiDa pud ta tic barfa.-!-' f eurr s-pondet-f. UliecJon- niade and rctuir d ir prtp:3T at taatuiity, at on--eighth u'ae jt ceui cxchaapr. Exchange ?dd in fca ta mi i:cbf.i-, ea Ear Uud, Irelsnd, T a v, i;t-n:ixi!y, I.t aad H Ijiro pean countri, and n cv- tri-fiB xmtti Aateric. Rcvcauertanips cf Al dvaiuinatkf coaftiatlr ou hand and freale. AUkini?.fpveraKat Pirarl'i.-, oia, c ia diftf and coMpoa-, luesht acd W at ctirrt t ate-. Urder? fr tic iHnxhas,' f tecaritie cuwfv ti. tf HOWE SEWIN(r maciiines, W.ta tbe latert injrv. lamt-, FOR HANUFACTUHJ?G AND FAMILY SEWINB. The most fimple, prartical and dnral4e Pewiac mJ- chineiause. ltis iHirfectly rvliaUc ta every Tarictyef fahrie. Ageats wanted. PLU.MMEi: iz WILDEI', tlOaprOT 05 Bremncld tt , Ikctsn. iu.t;- 4J s-WsjV" a.J relali tv s. t,.,,,,, RaSroad Suet. St. Jrtiasbarv. LL - Uraes D- 1 ttsU- R. CIIAL-SSIEK s EMIMJIXS FOR TIIK IIA1H. j - j ' ' , n ( . t A It txct-1? -all the re t.cativ ?, J- rgj jsir. i tbetkin.n'. Hti- a fW, atid 1 u" frJn .h. disa.r .a-letarif -uiptiu-. FuranelecantdietiricliU jr-cmit i tmmr psfed: o-liu -od r treia . t.. i:, ,rcau. dinuraa;aad ?Hay- ttH anplrn- :a iTtutioii l'nw.'f iK-iiai f JK , xut tu-rr nnr imirs jrr w, triK-n Wt Jy dHiaK-. !ta.TtrfMJiie r.yadf4it rr i-agju. ral cVc. W-r a:4 -i i 3 ivry mhi r-, .c mm i titu4 cd. Fr phy iraMf, an : d-.gyMei'' eenifica , sy. cnirtr ti iih vn h b.4tlc W.-yk? &. V-tU-r. IWtw. M3K"nr- i4 drvak draapVth, s. sst- fr be I'aited statcr. Vf S3a- Ruidal, dnsp, 3 iUit,tt Smls lurv. ljyc ALisrrars H Ihvb an U faaflr wirre Ac te jort tw.a-x -warf aad kjwwa l! a-irod tie wrtda.theM5t.sln1 a J McAlister's AH-Healing Ointineui Sat 10eBBB, fHi.fric. ntOTry ''mM Srr N j M rewirt S-ff, Ury-HHf, Ca'fciiJr-, tVu, lian- . i4tf tr.aiifre.-li Rtdg. lfaV t-urtr- wrd m Dtc uwrti. tliv.mtru. c norv: cimn:: ta roatiP v2a iw rna;v. .-Jirl wMs. ;Hiiiiw, . -i ! yi,-! sMdy I .i itt u 4 jr-i vr - aad tttlm.n. ;t-1! f hr lt t, utiivoshSiv aiw tJ. ru-. the fntiT. rCYlSdr. u .etai3e-Jca-trl'd-Bit'.er.aa. .. Mn s ztt-itiC'r v.Mnxin-. It -. ttw"-f rr. in wrj j-t "vry . fNAd eviitK-t lwwiHue -i- .- sd iiJrs'aai, ytrtfn ni Adr f 1- .-are (1 1. O. I. L1XT, lrr5taiir, irfmopfieid. rsvwttF Ttre & t-, 1 3!ark IMc, X.-w Yrtc, . H npdy Ure t d. at jco.?'- riimtar"r- 1 ITS 13 ?1 1 R A C 1 O IT S . Tae old, :he v.nLir. ilie in:2i3e airel imite toj -u. f HALL'S TEGETABLE SICILIA2' HAIR RENFWER. It is ratire'y ao-a; pcien'lfie 3Ir 'Tfrr. . otti': tnaav f tie nx.t j.weriu l rel4jrati w :o :. -ia tlie reytf:W' kitip4:it. AVo liave suoli cnfi.3e:ce n ile raent. ati : . 50 f cre ii wiii 4o sll tre ckitu lur it. ifaal c ( . Sl.OOO Rewai'd j If tlie SiatiAN IIah: I'nxirsvni: 3.-k jt r"ve , i?faclion iu al! case "jvitca uted iu 5lrkX accr . 2cc "wllli our inTucJiun. Vcgciablv. Sialian Jlulr Tlcnnrcr 15 roved itfelf U.le the wt pciwt jtrejars'i :W ihc Hair ever Jlered : ihe jwMk- It is a Tccc:al4e composad, aad ctwtru..- 1 injurious jtrjer:ies "R-aatever. I: is tKt a Drc. it strikes at ihe Iloois ttni :". . the gkads Trithuexv life iud cuJoriarr iHaUex. it will nnsionv oizay iiaji: ITS QlliOlSAL voloi:. It irill J:rcj tltc Uair froin faUinit Jr rlmvscs thr, Sralp. and itfc s t ir Nrr, lustj:vcs, axj siLury IT IS A SPLEHDID HAlR-DRESSUiGi jicrKin, oW w owins fIkhiW fail t c ' 1CAL AUT1WK1TY. for IIaix's Vecctable mouan H-Mk IJnxrvvEK, aad tak uiixsr- Tlie l,mjcietr; gSct tbe Sicmjan HaiK Et :.i:v, i;i: to tbc Wic, entireiy oa6dat ttec v--1 ri,- lack tbe li&ir J it? ttripwtl cAc, lMfe i' -fTM'ti, au.1 ia aearlv ail cae wb'-re h lv fa tif V.3SL re-twr il fiidess tle j'W'a i- 'vvrj- ar- ' I?. P. ILIXE & CO. FririclorN I yeJma, -V. 2L SoM br aH Dmrgi ;s 3IOLAXDKirs EXTRACT JiFC II 1 ALL i;iI)EY DISKASES Hlieuinatic DiiSculties. J. A. BU1UX1GU, Vlltale KKiA(-