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TIIK CALEDONIA.
LOCAL AND STATE ITEMS.
f i.iil.NSBrKV, YT., FRIDAY, APRIL 2C, 1S07.
jjtWo caJcaror to nukc thc Calcdonian valuiMe for
jtocii. sews; and our fricnds ln Caledonia, Essex
,J orleans cottr.ties will coufer a grc.it favor to us
4 ,.iM vcry maU'rijlly to the lutentt of tbe paper by
,-LJingus local items in a brief, legible fomi.
Ajjcnts 1 or tlic
Barnet
Barton
Burke
Burke, Kat. ...
Burke, W'vtt
Concord, 'ct
Concord
Danville
Derby
Groton - -'-
HmiHirk. '-ltttsti o
ll.il .-.I. ?ai....
Itl.ind l'oa
J.ymiOH
l.Hliu!! C'lIitlT
l.iiiifi.iii.r
MilnUouV I'M.'
.NVttlllK
Peacham
iv.iiiiuld
Sutton
Wntritoril
Whuluck
Ciilfdoniaii.
I D AlillOTT.
VM. W (IKOL'T.
.il U. HKHWN.
..C. i-. NEWELL.
. BECKWITH.
. j. i:. voiinm RY.
..V. . U"WARD,
.. I It. I.A11.I),
.. JiW. I1ATKS, 2d.
.. HOSLA WKLCII, 2d,
,. J. II. UKdKOU,
..n.C. u'LDaON,
....10SIAH GROL'T, Jc.
.. V. II. .Mi.-l.Al'FEY,
.. 1. W.SANHOUN,
.. M:vi rilLSBY,
..II. MOORK.
...E. WOODRFI'F,
... J. M. MARlTX.
... MOnEs IUVlrs
...VM. A. IH:.NSMOKE.
.. joii.N fry. Jc
... Vm. C11A&E.
llrlef Locals.
Evor ready to do a good tliing, the
.and propose on Frirtay evciiinj to give a
tit couccrt to 3Ir. Elmer Goss, a citi
. a of tliis place. who ltas niet with terri
. . ini-fortuiie. We liope the people will
uiulate tlie example of tlie band aud glve
., m a iiibtautial benellt.
Mr. hilvanus Graves has sold liis honse
Niiiiiner fctrcct to Col. C. F. Spalding.
I'ns-i-Moii given Ang. 1st.
Thc naiue of Mr. Perliani of Sutton.
, !i liiing hiinsclf on the 24th of March,
w:h yiveii wrong in this paper of three
wceks ago. It tliould have beeu Wm. 0.
l'tihaiu.
Hev. Oalvin Cutler, (prlncipal of the
s. .loliiHbuty Academy ia 1858) was dis-uih-mmI
lri.in the pastorate of the Conirre-
I L-piif.'ial cliiiivh iti New Ipswich, April
l Iili. th r. lie lnight aecept a call to becoiue
pastor of the cliurch at Anbunidale, Alass.
Dr. fl. y. Hiowne has returned from
1 Moiitieal and is again a resideiitof this
la' e. ilis ofliee is at the old place. over
i.c'.vis 11. Urown's watch and jewelry store.
-M.U. V.'ileoxofthis town has a full
.""! short iioru Durhain ealf that weigh
. ! 110 lbs. wlien twelvc houra old.
If the parry who took a piec-e of rrint
: in N . M . Johnsons couuter, Wednesday
. nooii, will rettirn it, they niay save
l.t!i-.': otherwlse meaug (not the most
(ii'asunt) may be uscd to recover it, or its
valui-,
T!u- pooplo of this town. o far as
iicinl Ironi. are nearly tuianinious insign
Z the ruutraetdrawii up hy the coiniult
. '!' c.( uty. lendin.ur the credit of the
'..uii to aid in thu constrtieUoti of the new
.i pod. Due of the committee who cir
lil itiMt the paper in this part of the town,
.- -.-i-i'.red thive hundred si.iieia, and
i- i.jii bnt three or ibtir rcftise amoug
r.i i' wbom he haj applied. Another
i:.. iuki of the counnittee has sixty-live
.n.n"i oii his paporthis morning.
Mtm Dfowncd.
AHicrt Lyon of Waterford wus drowned
H'fit Concord on the 2-ltli inst. lle,
v.'Ji tliri'o otlierf, were mnuiug logs iu
"i .ose vi":. wlien he was in some v. iy
uioekfd into iin.' rream. and bel'ore assis
laa e w.is ri iideied by tlie others, he was
!rMv ued. Yoiiii'r Lvon was a lncmber of
17th Vt. reirinient. and went with Grant
. !! ilie Ilapidan to liiehnioud without
.-.Jtiiiig a srratch. Ue leaves uo wite.
t luother wlio was dependeut upou
'.M uoi'k ofinaking Fairbanks' Scales
. i be as prospcrot!-; the preseiit
. ..-..., and even niore so. We ive
. i'ii lirit page, an aeeount of the
. .... U. U. depot at i'hiladelphia.
! Mrisis.Fairbaiiks have just put
v "i Uieir large traek seales. We
t.:i"..i"ined from the shijipin eierk ot
'.' linuiliebiibinesrf for liie past ton days.
' i l -iijws 2'J23 boxes of scales seut
:i 'lti ntulicn, thetotal weight of wliieh
uver two hundred and twenly-two
' u-. They are now melting over thirteeu
of irou per day, in the inanufaeture
ali-.j. Tlie inaehinery is beiug pnt
" ili'-ir new foimdiy, and they will oc
,' a soon. For size, eonvenienee, and
!-a-;ty for :he lnjsir.es, this fouudry 13
:i ' esi'ellcd in the coiuitiy.
JlUSillCKS D11I! ?
If J 011 w ii!i to d j budness. you must tcll
yii.' Mibli.-of limt lact, and keep telling
h ' I ot it. The surest, cheapest and
" t-i ay to tell them is hy advertising
j?"1'.'" ewj)aper eireulating amonir the
'l'li.'oii want to reaeh.
i:i;d L. Cliatl'ee of Lvndon tells the
it :.,u,
ouuw ciwij' .luuui, ui3 aiiucii
' ;1 biu;i,: Uis entire iloek consists of
-lieep and a buck. From thesc 15
" ; l"-' lsas raised the presenf spring 27
uad lost uone. Ten ot the sheen
t'. in5. 11110 ti.inliift: nnil fnnr niif.
li. M ,.a,., jf ;mv 0f our Caledonia farm-
i'.iu done better will thev nlease re
l t tli.oiigh The Cakdonian.
IKCOG.
!'- Kxtinrfuishe)'.
" t tlie things broiiifht out 1d this age
"!.rre;s, ii r, contiivauee for oxting
tire. The apparaln consists of a
' .''o!! can, niade of vnrions sizes. con
''X from llve to ten irallons. Inside of
'iii U asiiiall tubotiiat eontains some
enis for neiieiating gases that will
:imUy extiuguish any lhc or llame.
11 the gas U ;euerated. the pressure
f interior ot" thc Can ainount? to
" 'a'do, as tlie water absorbing the
1 .is expands it to about twuntv
oiiginal voluine. A rnbber pipe
' ' to the (.an. and a ?mall nozzle
ii'-il to the eiid of the rubber pipe.
c a coek at tlie side of the ean,
'''i iliu pipe i; eonnected, a stream
- .a contents of the apparatus
tleoity '1 to uliitaiiee of about torty
... i.M1n.1ii. -itiiic.wi loexiinguisii
-'' ihe. htaps are atfachcd to the
'"''! it ean be stnmg on to a persou's
I i.niii;, rl,,iy tn I'Vtinrriiisli
h w shoulders, ai:d ean readily and
''" 'ii-iaiitaneously be transported
; I 'uee to place. Thesc inachines have
;,'leil in Uoston and New York, aud
'''k tlmie was a strikingcxpeiiincnt
I'lioiuMii Philadelphia. A wood-
.g. tcu by twelve feet square, aud
1 ' 'j feet high. was saturated with
The lloor of the interior of this
was covered with wood shav--u-'
.-aturated witji the same mate
Hx; ( x1iiiguiher was applied after
' rot into a full blaze, and the fire
iy extinguished in three minutes.
J- Ualu, fiaq., 0f Watortord, is agent
u.
L'itingtusher3 iu uiuc northeni
counties in Vermont and three in Xew
Ilampshire. liefore long (the day is uot
yet tixed) he proposes to test one of them
ou Main etreet iu this village. Tlte public
are invited to witnes3 the trial. Any wish
ing buildings set on fire and the flre ex
tinguished, can leave their orders at this
ofllce.
West BurJce.
Tlie world moves a little in Burke. Da
vid Coe has opened a general assortment
ofDry and West India goods at the old
etand of S. L. Nichols, in Burke, with Mr.
Alleu Jsclson, foi-merly of Sutton, acting
as lnanager at preseut. .Belknap & Col
lison of West Burke are whittlingout from
7 to 8 M. fect of lumber per day with their
new Turbine wheel. Jonas Sllshy has
about twelve hundred thousand feet ol
lumber at sald raill and two others, to be
shipped south the cominfif season--"Su-garing
is pretty much played out thi3 sea
son. unlcss we have a cold snap again
only about one pound to a trec iu this sec
tiou, as far as heard from Ilarley Ilall,
Esq., sold his matched 5 years old marcs
a few days ago for 8850, and kcep3 liis
stock good by buying 3 moro to fill their
places. d. t.
Fatal Accident.
Mr. Wm. ilagee, about 18 years of age,
recently from Canada, came to his death
on Monday the 22d inst. by hauging. The
circumstances wcre substantially as lol
lows : fle was laboring by the month for
Mr. Chas. Sartwell in Salem, Orleans Co.
Ile was in the habit of amusinghimselfby
doing something to fi ighten Mr. Sartwell's
little son, some 3 or 4 years old. On this
oceasion. while doing something iu the
barn,he asceuded a scaffold where the
lower end of a rope lay, the other end be
ing fastened to an overlayer over the
threPhing lloor. This rope had been used
in dressing a heef. JJe adjusted the rope
to his neck with a strong slip noose, then
decended the seaflbld. in doing whieh it is
supposed he made a bluuder aud fell,
which suddenly tightened the rope arouud
his ucck. He began to struggle, which
fully auswered his design, the little boy
leaving the barn; but not being of suffi
cieut age to compreheud the transaction.
aud having been previously corrected for
allowing himself to be so easily affrighted
by WilHam, he sa:d nothiug about it to
any one at the time. About 30 minutcs
aflerwards a little girl went to the barn to
call Magee to supper, and found him as
abovc stated, with tlie rope so long thathe
was on his hauds aud knees, his head not
beiug more than 2 tect from thc lloor. lle
was doing what the liitle girl termed
-phiying dead," which it seems he did
etlectually. L. ji. s.
Extvacta from BuhIhcbs Lctters.
'IlAVEimiLL, Apr. 11.
C.M. Stoke it Co Gexts: I have
taken the Caledonlan for twelve years,
br.t have not seen a oopy since my sub
seription expircd, the tirst of Jauuary. I
can't stand it any Ionger. Please seud it
along, commeuciug with the first of the
month. ."'
'JUNCTIOX ClTY, K.VUSAS.
Fub. CALEDONI.V.N : Find encloscd 82
lor the Caledouian. It is now flftcen years
since I was a lesident of the good old
Green -Mountain state, and I now, at this
late day. vant the old paper. ."
Those who have friends abroad, fornier
iesideuts of this sectiou, cannot do them a
better service than to seud them the Cale
donian regularly.
CUITTEN'DEX COfXTY.
The trial of Dauiel Ilarrington. of Un
derhill, for assault with intent to kill hU
wite, took place at Burlington, and result
ed in his acquital upon the ground ot in
sanity. llarriiigton, it may be remember
ed, attacked his wife with an axe, about a
year ago. intlicted (Vouuds from which she
will never entirely recover. and threw tlie
iuseusible body into the cellar.
A weekago Sunday, a daughter of Fran
cis Laciilard of .Jericho, eight years old,
was so seveiely burned by her clothes
catching fire from the stove, that she has
?inee died. Stautling too close, her clothes
were sucked into the draft of the stove.
A boy namcd Whalen. who discoveied
a loose rail ou the track of the Vermont
Central railroad near Essex Juuction, the
other day, aud by signaling an approach
iug traiu jirevented a serious accident,
was given $10 on the tpot by the conduc
tor aud a free pass for a year by the su
pcrinteudent. Abarn belonging to Patrick McManus,
of Underhill, was burned on the lOtli
with IS head ol cattle two yoke of valu
able oxen among them ten tons of hay,
some larm tools. &c. little or nothing
being savcd. Loss $lb00; insurance S800
iu tiie Vermont Mutual. The barn was
set on fire by a half-witted graudson of
Mr. MeManus. a boy of about 14, who
wanted to puuish the house-cat for suck
iug hen's eggs, and so covered her up with
hay in the niow, and set fire to it. Ile
then went and told one of the ueighbors
with great glee how he had "tixed the old
cat ;" but it was too late to extiuguish the
llames.
Mrs.Cora Tnompson, of Richmond, was
knoeked dowu several tinies aud severely
injured hy a vtcious buck last Saturday".
II er eries for help brought her husbaud to
the rescue, wlien the auiinal was securetl.
Burlington has ngain sufl'ered from rob
bers. On the night ot the l'Jth the stores
of F. Smith, Z. Claik and A. Edglll were
robbed, the latter losing ?1000iu watches,
jewelry and clothiug.
The house of Mr. Charles Potter, of
Williston, was eutered by burglars last
Sunday evening and robbed ot 1000 in
bonds. one hundred aud lifty dollars in
currency, aud a gold watch and chain.
Tlie burglars also took a desk contaiuiug
valuablcs carried it out behind the house.
broke it open and secured its conteutd.
As yet there is uo clue to the thieves.
FKAXKLIX COrNTY.
Tliree prisoners escaped from the jail in
St. Albaus, on Tliursday night autl have
uut yet beeu recaptured.
ORANGE COCXTY.
The Vermont Conference of the M. E.
Chureh closed a very pleasaut and protit
able aiinual session, at Newbury, on Tues
day luorning of this wcek. Tlie action of
the Coniiuissioners in loeating tlie Con
ference Semiuary at Montpelier was cor
dially endorsed.
OULEA.NS COL'NTY.
Thc dmn counccted with the paper mill
ol M. J. iMack & Co., Newport, broke
away on Fiiday. Though considerablv
dainaged it is thouglit the greater part o'f
the dam can be prescnred and the breach
soon be repaired. The delav however,
occasious great loss to the conipany as at
the time of the accident the mill was ruu
niug with full force day aud night.
RUTLAND COUNTY.
A raid was made upou several plaees in
Rutland where intoxicatiug liquors were
supposed to De kept. and several barrels
of becr and nuuieroussmallervessels were
secured. Among the packages seizcd was
one in wliieh the editor ot the Courier had
an interest to the amount of one or two
gallons. The Rutlaud Herald says an as
sociation consisting of twenty meu has
been lormed having for its object the
prosecution according to law ol all the vi
olatioiio of thestatute in this respect. We
aie pleased to sce these confiacatiou mea
sures inaugurated, aud trust they will not
be stayed uutil rum is put hors du combat
iu Rutlaud."
Messis. lloward & Hale, of Rutland,
rcceutly purchased of Chauncey Capron,
of Brandon, a fat cow, whoae live weight
was 1435 pounds, and dressed weitrht waa
inin 1 1 ji 1 1 . . .
ivz pouuud. uue nunarea anu nfly-eight
pounds ol tallow were taken from the
carcass.
The following prosecutions have recent
ly taken place m Rutland, under the aus
pices of the committee of oitizens who have
taken on themselves thedutv ofsecuring
the enforceinent of the prohibitory law in
that village :
J. F. Stinson of the Central house; sec
ond ofi'ense, convicted of twenty violations
and flned S400.
Francis Fenn. druggigr, second offeuse,
convicted of nine violations and fined 180.
JohuCramton, of theBardwell house;
second oflense, convicted of nine violations
and fined 8180.
George E. Graves, druggist; convicted
of ten violations and fined $100.
All these aimealed nnrl tho oneoa irn tr
the cotinly Court. Eev. Xonnan Seaver
aeeompameu tne slierilt iu makmg the
seizures, and is roundly denounced there
for, by the Rutland Courier.
VV'ASHIKGTOX COUKTT.
E. D. Putnam has been appoiuted post
master at Cabot, in place of Geo. H. Paige..
resigued.
The Xorthfield post ofllce case makes a
a good deal of stir in that quartcr. A new
postmaster at Northfield has recently re
ceivad his commission. A petition has
however, been signed by a large majority
of theyoters aud business men of the town,
asking that the old postmaster, Mr. Dew
ey, be reinstatod. Wre have heard that he
had over 900 name3 on his paper. Wal
ton's Journal says: 'We cannot doubt
that his case will be reconsidcred and de
eidcdin hisfavor. A strouger case than
his we never knew."
Tlie Freeman givcs thc following ae
eount of a vcry mean outrage : Sometime
in the latter part of the wiuter some veiy
mean crimiual put four dcad kittcus into a
spriug from which several families at
Wright's Mills gct their supply of water.
The villain is supposed to have been moved
bysome spite against one or moreofthe
men wlio work for Mr. Moorcraft. Mr.
Mooreratt otVers S100 reward for the dis
covery aud successful prosccution of the
perpetrator of the outrage.
vixDnA3i couxir.
The Merchants' LTnion Express company
have opened au otlice at Brattleboro.
WINDSOR COUXTY.
The Windsor county farmers at their
reeent club, were all ag'recd that thousands
oftons of hayi'wcre injured, rendcred al
most as worthless as straw, by beiug cut
too late. and they proved their position by
iuconlrovertible'facts. All agrecd, also.
to eoiuiuence haying carlier than usual
this year. one man Tucker of Rovalton
declariug that every forkful of liis hay
should be iu his barn by the fourth of July
extraordinaiies exccpted.
PAS3US1P3IC LODQE, NO. 27, F. A. II.
MASO.MC llALL-rNION BLOl K.
fctated meetins, May IS. Called n.coting, Aprtl 23.
n. C. IIASTIXGS, Soc'y.
HASWELL CHAPTER, NO. 11, R. A. M.
JIASOMC IIALL,
Rcgulnr nccticg, Fridaj cvc., May 17, l?o".
E. I.. ADAilS.-Stcrrtiry.
PALESTINE COLIJIANDERY, XO. 5.
MASoMC IIALL-VNIOV BLOCK.
Stitcd CoucUvc, M.iy 14. Callod ConclaTe, April 30.
J. L. l'LKKI.Nc, Comniaiidcr.
NOTICE. 'lhc public eianiin&tioa of teaiiierj for
tlic town of 0 ncorj, will b.- liel.l iir the echool hou.-c in
Wt concord, on SATL'KDAY, Jlay Ih 4th, com
nicnclug ;u o'dock a. m.
II. C. WOODWAUD, Snpt.
Concord, April 22, Isil7. It
Notice to Teachers. Tr3cht- of common
fchools in thc totvn cf SL Johr.ihur)- who derlro rcrtifi
cMn f qiialitic-Jtion. art' henhy nf tlfitd that thcpnblic
ex.iiLinatiouot :ttchc, nillbu bcld at the gramniar
I ?chooi roora 01 uif i eio-i cnol l.uildliifr, cn SATLn
DAY, Jlav Jth, Ht -' o-ctoik I'. M. Tho pulltc are in
I vitcd to attend. 522 V. A. TITl'S,Sapft
The Examinotlon of Teachers forthctowa
cf Watcif.uil will takc place at llie fchcol hou?eln Low
er s'lrlurd, .MAY 4tli, coumirnrinj; at I o'clock 1". il.
5-'-W CHAS. Ri )?S, a t., I.ow er W.h:ci ford.
Wistar's Balsam of Wi!d Cherry.-cough.,
col.i?, brcnchiti?, af thrna, croup, w htviping cough, quinrv,
and thc nutacrcui as wdt as djaroia disearca cf tlie
throat.chcrt acd lung?, prevail in onrchaugcaMe cllmatp
at aU M.'a?one tf the year: fiw are fortunate eaongh to
cjcipo their painful influence. Hoa imiwtant then to
have at Innd a certaiu aatidotc to all thesc complaxK
1.
Lsperij jirovci tlwt thU csiiU in Wutar'e Balsatn to
an eitent not fonnd in any other mni-dy ; however co-
verc the ciifli-rini:, the applicalion of thii foothing, hwl-
ing and wcndcrftd Ilalsiui at uuco vanquiiliea tho di;-
ease aad restorcs thc JufTeri r to ncntod l.calth.
TWENTY YEARS' EXI'ERIEXCE.
Monkton, Yt , Junc 2?, 1SG0.
ilesirs. S. W. 1'owle k Co, Bcston:
Gent' nea:- II -iving for twenty yosra pa't hoen in
the h.ihit of usin' I)r. Wi'tar's Rakatti of Wild Cherry
iu ws of e&aha. coldsaudpulmon iry affectious, I can
tci-tify t.i it i;iiat muiib witli the u in. c ri.utiuvncv. I
i.i'l eve it t lie tl.e bert tnrdirinc f..r thepe compUinb
evor UH'd, and liave uo douLt that tbe u?c ofit has at
three fCM-ral time- f.ived tne fr in Con-uniption, hcsides
inany 'imes i:i Iite yiaie, adbrdii iiunii d:atc .elief ia
leps severe a tack.
I ain 7 yca ? of ige, and for ni:iny ycara havo been a
pul'ji-ct for pulni' nary dieeise, bnt hy thc U'C of thi ci
eeilcn: remcdy I kc p ruyEClf rjuita corafort U le. I can
liaid y liud lingiiigi-to ex;.rc3' thc rxaltcd pia:i.n I
luve of the H tl'ani, at-d rccouimcnd itj afe to all -aa the
!e-t remedv that cin he u ed. GKOKiii: DART.
l'repand hy So'h W. I'owl & P0n, 1 Tiemont St.,
Buitou, and for tale hy Dmgsisij geLer.il'y.
Sorohil.t. Dr. I.ucoi cf I'ari', oco of the inost eiai
ncnt Chcmi-t .f Eurepe, eaid:
"Ihe im ft actoundiiiK icfalti rr.ay be unticijiated
wiien Ii dine c in be di?solved iu uro water."
Dr. II. Ander?, i-fnr lifteen ycara nf pcientirif re
f earch and cxpcrimtut, has ?nccet;di d in !iVBol-ing one
aad one (iuirerp- .ins f Indinc b each llaid i.unrc of
H.tter, nd tlimit aitounding r ''thave f. llow. d I'p
ii?e, p irticuLiny jn tcrufuia an 4 deaa- tiier. from.
Circularp free. f.2-5fi
Dr. II. Andera' Iodinc Water is ff.r t a-'.y J. I'.Dinf
morc, Wi LVy Stieot, New York, aud hy hII D.uggitti
Read again the cvidence of one of our old
est Physicians :
CisriNN-A-ri, Dccembcr 2-1, lSf3.
ME53R5. J. N. IIARRIS & CO.:
(intt.f-Thii U to ceiUy that IhaiefounJ Allen's
Lung I!.il.uii one of the httt rcmedics ia Uie world for
dife.'Ucd Inngs. J have iued it in my faruily ftr treak
ing ap a trotihleaomc coagh wiili the happicrt eflect. I
reconuneadi d it to a young lady who had a hara?:iig
co'.igh and nai threatciud with consumption, and it
cnrid her iu a fcw djy. I woulil recnimiend i' to all
affiictcd with a cotigh, and to thesc who are prtdirp.ed
t con'iiinption. Rcej.cctfnlly yourp, A. A. HARRISUX.
Sold by J. C. lliughain, and by all dcalcrs in family
inedlciucs. tmavl
Dr. S. S. Fitch's "Family Physician." Sevcj-ty-.-is
page ; price i5 ccnts. Stnt to any addreas. No
tuoney reqaircl until the book is rcccivcd, retid md
iully approved. It ii a peifeet guide to tho tick or
indisposed. Addrca3 DR. S. S. 11 1CH, 25 Trumont St,
Bcb.n. t2Ijn
For Cotishs, Colds and Consumption, try the
oU and well known Ycgctablc Vntmonary Ral?am, ap
proved nuii used by our oldttt and most ctlehrutcd
phyeiciatw forty yeara p u-t. Gct the gennine. REED,
CUTLER k CO., Druireifte, Boetnn, I'roprietiir?. tHjun
CURE FOU PIN WORMS
If a wcnn r me.ly ii needcd, don't f.iil (o get a 1 ottle of
Dr. E. G. Gmtld'i I'in Worra Synip. T..U yrlp never
fails in the most .tggravated c.is t to ipcl thae Irrita
ting :'iid d ngeroua woni.a en ircly frota tho pytt m.
AatiHa nflta nr 70 VA.ia n-hn ...tT... A MF.
..uu.w w. ;.'..) iu'. " . , runutu u i,it
tinie ; children tipun whcra all o:hir worru nmcdiea
liavo inea tri -d iu vain, are rel evcd of all annovance in
'U honrs ; aud, when taken acordins to dircctfone, it
will effc-f aa rntirccare. It acts aa a cathntic, ai:d
improves the h.altii lyrcinoviug a'l imparHc from
thcryttem, aadla alua)-a eafe, cven with the yonuccEt
child.
sniii hv n. c. r.nnmnv in vtn.
druggitts everywbere. apr, jun, ang
LIFE INSURANCE.
Me. L. E. SARGEXT, gcat of thc.Etna IAfelneur
r.nce Comnnny, of Ilartford, Conn., for the conntl.a of
Ea-ei, Caledonia and Orange, Iim wtahlihed an office
wtli Dr. G. B. I)ullard,on Main etreet, this town,where
he will be happy to give inicrnutiou pcrtrJning to life
in.-urtnce.
The peenJlar advantagei oflercd by thCiEtna makes It
worthy of investigation, and defirablo to thotciutend
ing to insure their live'. OverlJ.nOO SEwpeliciei were
Ii jued by thn company t!:e pa.-t ear. 1 he iwnfvi-fei!-fejtarc
of ita policie?, nnd tho aJvantages glveu
ly the all cah cr luilf credit eys tera, cannot fail of
mecting tho appro'jitlon of thc iasuring public.
Read nhiit the Xew York ' Icsur nco Monitor" tho
official authority ou Inenrauce-?aya cf the Etaa, ia the
nambera of Octobcr and December, 1SW :
"Xo life i-.Eurancc corapaay tver achievd so completo
a euo. isa ea this popuUr ijeUtnUon. It popabilty is
altogether wijewrf.,! in thcannala ol comaiercial
enterpnse Iu thu coantry."
"Othen follow rr.pidly, bnt the .Etna ttlll keere due
r,n, tar in the aiirauce, inaking vpit stridce overy vear,
thc last the taost gigautlc ol all. u cfficerj and agents
have, iu a ratasuru, imparttd their cnthuMiem to the
public, who-e growing coLfidence and tsror awelb th.
raaks of tlie aj-sured a: a rato which uct ordy earpaa-a
thu pro.edtrnt of past years, but plsccs the cttiumte of
iU futuicgn.ataeiandbencfiecnce alruoet heyond the
ecope of caiculation." ' E. E. SARGENT, Agent.
t, Johnsbury, Vt., Marci 27, 1567, 2mvs
's VegeUble Sicilian Hair Renewer
proved iticlf to be the moct pcrfect preparatlon for
thc
hair evcr prescntcd to the pablic.
It
wiU reetore gray hair to ita original color.
It
wIU keep the hair from faDIng ont.
cleanses the ecalp.
It
It
It
makes the hair Ins trous and Eilken.
is a iplendid hair dreseicg.
Ko
Be
pcrson, old or young, should fail to nse lt.
very particular to aik for "nall's Yceetable SIcllI-
ira
Il&lr Eenewer," as there is a worthleea imitationin
thc
markct. rrice $1 per liotlle.
R. P. IIALL, Proprlc'.crs,
tMayl" Nashna, X. H.
A Painful caie of Piles Cured.
Bwton, April 10, 162.
I ivieh to spread ahroad the great benefit I have de-
rived from the uso of Dr. HarriHin'a Peristaltic Lozen
ges. I have snffercd yeara from the wortt Pilce , so much
that life waa a bnrden. I used cvcrythingto noparpose
until I fonnd the Lozcngca; In lc than a month I waa
cured, and have onlv to resort to them whcn coaiivcnea
tarns, and alwaye Cnd instant rcllef.
tjanel . C. KEAL.
Moth antl Freckles The only relLible remcdy
for those brown diicoloraticna on thc facecaUcd Moth
ratchcs and Frecklei-, is Perry'g itolh and Frtckle Lo
tion. Prepared only by Ds. B. C. Peebv, Dcrmatolo
gist, 49 Bond St., New York. Sold by all drnpgista in
8t. Jobrubury and elsewherc. Price 2 per bottle.sepl6
An EfTectnal 'WormMedlcine.--Brown,s
Yermifuge Comflts, or Worra I ozenges. Mnch slck
ncs?, cndonbtedly, with children and adnlts. attrlbutcd
o othor canses.ls occasloned byworms. The Yerml
fuge Comflts, althonEh etlectaal ln destroylng worms,
cando no posslble injnry to the most dellcate child.
This valnable comblnatlon has been succcssfnlly nsed
by physicians and fonnd to be Eafe aad Etire ln eradl
catlnz worms, sohnrtfulto children. Children having
worms requlre lmmediate attentloii, as neglcct of the
trouble olten causes prolonged eickneis. Symptoms of
worms in childreu are orten overlooked. Worms ln the
tomach and bowels cause an IrrltaUon, which can
bo removed only by the use of a snte remedy. The
comblnatlon of lngredlents nsed m makln Brown's Yer
mifuge Cornflts ls scch as to glve the best posslble eflect
wlthsafcty. CURTIS Jt BROWX, Proprletors, New
York, Sold by all dealera ln medlclnes at 25 cents a box.
tmy!5,C7
Dr. Schenck on Dyspepsia. symitoms
CAUSES AXI) RKMKDV.-Symptomsor I)vspepsla-.V
tvine of tnllne-s. tlditness aud wlk-kt ln the stumah.
tosetherwlth ttatulentv. urlrtliv vnr
of wlud. water-brarh and voiatl'.tig. atij a treat dejl of
uhata perssn calls an all-pone feellre at the pltuf the
stomach: frcqnently lthere ls also a palpitiUon of the
heart. which physicians ml-take fur heart dise&se, and
iicu im.- muuihiu is iu inu couuiiion il lscoaiea wiui
aiuucuaur nlitne. The rouiFh. Ilbranx nnrlnnnf th
i-toinacb. slmtlar to vhit we see ln tripe. U wh.it throws
ui iiieKiiicjuiccauu wnen ine Momacn Kets a Ihlck
coat of alluie o.i lt.lt iirevenu Ihe Kaatrtc Julce from
lljwlnj.aiid dlseation ceases. Schcncfs feweed tunlc
disoIve thU mucnsurJlme, aud restoreslhe tomach
toltsnatural cuuditinu.
ScheucV'f. JianJraie Elll axi also requtred to carry ou"
tlitsniurbld mattir. Two-Uilnls of tho case of c.m-
Miiiiluin are cau.-eti troiu tnls illseasd state of the
stotnach; the Itverb c.nmnc tonild. It eea
out blle. and in a short tlrne the whole sy,tfrn ,1s de-
iiicu. mt uiumus iLcmiiiai,e 01 lue orouculcal lubea
symiiathlze-. wltb the other oau'.and before the lutlent
ltawareof lt.hu ur she has brouchlcal or iiultauaary cou
sumptiun SoiieiicL's l'uluionlc Syrup cannot act freelv thron-h
tlie MckhI uhen the sisU'in ls ln rLfc. laciMi.ru r..,..ii.
tloti. w.thout theald ef theSea Weed Totuc aad Mli-
ura.e rnis. ine iuer Ua all tbe VelioUs H(n1 l straln,
and when itgtts ma ciurbld cuudltlou. UmI aud blle
ruuthrnuh theWstem mlied, and tbe uhule body
lcouie s low. aud tbe bluod tlilck lt can liar.liy run
tLruuhtheveitiN. In a nujonty of caseo htin.irrtiaes
ocviirlroiii this thlik ronilltmti nt the hl..i ti, m,.
draVe ciUs act uii the llver siuilUr lucalouiel. or they .lu
..uai.uai iiijvs u uiinjciis tuegau ouaaers. slartl tbe
blle. und tbe Mood becuis toclsalale uaturaliv throush
ibe velus Jand ihe beuiorrhJseSteax:. If. wheu persOLS
are attacked wlthb.cmonbaie;they-oul.l flretukea
p.vl purcative. somethirctl.at wuuM act ou tbe llver.
they wi.ull m.h)Ii be rellcved lrom bleedinc troiu Ihe luiijj
aud lt ls the or.ly way, f,.r astriu;cnt.- arcoiiiy teiniiu
rary.'ana .irniau tu- brouchlcal lubes, aud lay the
gr.mnd-work i.r ronsuinptlon.
UK. SCIIKXCK illbe profe.iuaIIr at his ro.ira ev
ery etk. SJ. ltoud Street, Xew York. aiiil Zi. Han
oerStreet,ltoiton. iromy. A. M.. until 3. I'. 11. lle
flesa'lviic tree. bu: ii r a'.horou,;h ixamlaatloulw.th
the Re-plr.'taeter t he rhare Is $4.
Ui uiedlcluts are lor sie by all Jrugglsts and deal-t-H
Also a full supply at all tlcies at Ms nm.
I'rlcu ot the Tuluioiilc Syru;i aud Seawceil Tonlc
eachf l y itr bottle. or i7 i-j the lu!t doieu. ilandrake
l'llls euts h.t box.
(JKO. C. t.oumn.V.t CO.. llanover ttrset,
ageuts for lloslon. For oale by uIldru;itsL.
itlUiwtnoii 67)
Gold and Governments April 23.
Atuerican jold jasi,
f. S. 7.Jl. Is: fcrica none
2d ' iICjv
Sd " none".
v. s. of vn i,rts
' .lulyjV '.'.'.'.'.'.'.l1'
V. i. Coupou iixea !.."..'!.!lut-i
Boston Market April 23.
FI.0ri:Vifterii fUiH-riiue at jll.iiO (A ;11..V1
coninim i itr.id nt jl'l.Vi io flL; luvdium do a: $11.
bHii bM; t. LbllU at Slt'.ttt $ io.ii t bbl.
iJoRN V?-.ni tuiifd, il. U l.xi; fouthera
ydloiv jl.S l.ld. oTS i.onhern, idlV.'nc
weftT:iO.(HKu.''. ltVE 11 t 0.0X. SUOltrS-I
$j3.ft ( 4t.io
I'oRK -1'iiu.e. ilP .'Jj ( j-.M.Jii: ntes, -'.G.rJl (2
- J'Hi; clfT,j;.(i (i .(,. ItLKK Kitm nief
fnuily. -O..H.I. LAi!l, 1 . oi Ue. M(KKI
IIAM5, US. -S 15c .!. BL JTLR, li ia; Toc i lb.
CHEESE, 11 (-J-.lic 1? lh. -.tiu.
Cambridge Market April 23.
Msrket He.ifcxtra, $U.M (i 11.7, Firt inally
$U.v) (i 5la.5'. etcoud, jll.So u $l-j.r. Tiiird.
Sin."fl. 11.
Store .(-itUe-Workiug oicn r, il.V $200,
S-'W,t!Sti5. '
Miicli roue and ca'.vc? flil, 50, 75 l.t) 3 1:5.
Ye.irli .gs - 20 ai. Two vear oldr.jll 10.
Tbriv year? old -t". 75.
tihc p and IjiuIw- In lof, 5 J.5 4.7.Y 5.W (? O.no.
Ei-ra, . 50 lu.Oii. Spring lamb jti.iiO d u.tM.
lIMtf, s i Pc. Tallow, 7 (. 7c. lvite, $1.25
1.75. CilfSkin, 17 -.'(c. Ycal Cilvce $0.00
REMARKS.
Cattle Tlic dematid for cattle wa pood this we.k,
witli a short pnpply; cverythicm'n therhape f cattl'
c.ld arlv. nith 1 marled adv
75 Cts V c: t.
fctieoi iberapply was aliont the famo as Ut Tues-
fl'iv. n hiili r-' zi-. 1 1 ... ' . .. .
.- " v... 1 ai I'ltw wrierpcnuing
with tliosi-of lj;t week. CJiulitv fair. Thete wnc a
r..t. Intj .1 1 I 1 I ... . r ....
.v iuu ui mount, ciivei, wui'u eoia irotu 1 tc
9 lb.
Ch1vc Receipt K5 of fair ciuali'y, which sold readi
ly at p:iccs quo:cd.
MARRIAGES.
At Tnill's Hotel, V 1 1 Burke, April 1 1, by Joel Trull,
E (j., Riuj. 1". Davis and Mrs. Eitl.cr J. Fcster, hcth of
thailc-'tou.
At DauvilL April 13, Mr. George W. llooker aad
Mics Nancy J. Dcnver, lwth of Danville.
DEATHS.
Births, Marriagts ai.d Dcatlu inserted fsee. uhitua
ries, iucludiut; poetry, sts centr a line.
JuRy.g;ite, on Sabbatli, April 14, Isabel, wifo of
Mchw Hnnter.
In Chatlciton, JlarchCO, of consumption, Gilej Jones,
agtd C5 years.
In Sheffield, April 1, ilrs. Adaline, wifc of W. F.
Fisher, E-q., agcd 4s years and S months.
Iu D.mville, Mr. lvlly Bradley, aged Sl.
In Littlcbn, March 22, Mr. Franklin Tilton, formerly
of Danville, aged 51.
in Glover, April 11, Sibs Sargcnt, acd Sfi yearj.
In Irasburg, April 11, Mrs. Polly B i.-h,agd 53 ycari.
In Barton, March 30, Mr. Joih Stafford, aged 76
years.
Uutes ot Advcrtisiujf.
Ont stjuarc (12 lineg, one ineh tpaa) om ved, . .$1.00
Each ainihwance, .05
llalf square (C Uut one trfjt 75
Kteh contimtancc, 15
One cpiare ( ineh uf ejwe) ier year s.oo
Ihiii,ei Canl jxr ytvr (each line) l.w
Libcratiow, R,traij, XoUces to Ltji4ittre, rJc.l.W
Lojal Xiticex. jier Agate line. 12
Sjccial .Vo.'.ccs ycr itinre, one tceek
JCach contimmne? 30
I2f yulii iij Vm legi'imale lutne a hertising Aicitcd.
Xo Uitltry, WUUke'j, vr iJher AjectvnabU adcer
tinnen( inserietl. Xo tjva'als in reading exiumnr.
DRESS AND CL0AK MAKLNG.
MRS. L. B. I.1VINGSTON has taken rooms oppositc
the St. Johnsbury llouso, over I. B. Gorham'a hat aud
fur store, wLcre. she will he ready to scnre the ladies
who wish for drcsa or cloak rnaking.
DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING.
BY
MKS. HELEN iM. CAKPENTER.
Rooma at Asa L. Frcnch'e Eastem Avenuc.St. .Tohns
bury, Vt. (.55
Newbury Seminary annd Prench Colle
giate Institute.
SCiniER TERM COMMEXCCS MAY Hfli.
Board 01 iuatruction full in aU departments cxcept orna
mentabi. B. E. Ql'IMBY.
Newbury, April S3, 1S67. 521
L. W. HUBBARD,
rnYSICIAX AND SURGEON,
Luncnbnrtr, - Yennont. tap20'6S
Old Times Have Come Again.
Good Silver Ilunting Caso Watchee, full Jewtled,
Iever movcments, waxrantcd by epetial ceitificates, for
SU, at (47-57) C. AITLEBEK'S, Lyndon, Vt.
WANTED, AGENTS ".-Ladies or gentlcmen, in
all parta of the State, to sell Rufsell'a beantiful steel en
graving entitled "B.ibc of Bcthlehem." Liberal terms
and cxclnsi ve territory will be given "With this eplen
did engraviug an active canvasser can make monty
For particulars address J. "W. SIMONDS,
6--51 Burlington, Vt
JOB TEAMING.
I have bought out Mr. Kmipp's job team, and wiU
hold myBelf in reaJiiisa to setve all his old customers,
and as nmny oihera as will favor me with their j hbing.
L. C, WOODBURY.
SU Johnsbury, April 23, 156T.
Hall
MEW GOODS!
NEW G00DSI!
A. M. COOK & CO.,
H&Tctakeatho
Kew Storo on Eastem Arenue,
orrcsrTB ms cxubt norsc,
ST. J0HX3BUBY, - . -ERiI0XT,
TvTiere they wfflbe happy tosee the friends and tat-
rons of A. M. Cook and the public gencraUy, to -
amino tneir AEW and vcry EXTEXSIVE stock cf
CR0CKERY AXD GLAS3 WARE,
TABLE CUTLERY,
IOCKET CCTLERY,
TEAS OF ALL KDCD5,
SCGAR3, COFFEE5, SPICE5,
TOBACCO, SXUFF, CIGAB3,
PICKLES CREAM TARTAR,
MUSTARD, NETMEG3, SODA,
STARCII, COKX STAP.Cn,
CAN FRCTTS OF AU. KIXDS,
WORCESTERSniRE SAUCE,
"VYALNLT KETCnUP,
TOMATO KETCHUP, PRESERVE5,
C0XGRES3 YE.ST POWDER5,
TAl'IOCA, SAGO, YTHOLE
CLOVES, CANDY, M.TS, FIGS
AND BAISIXS, PRUNES, CITROX,
COCOA SUELLS, CUOCOLATE
AND EVERY TTIING KEPT IN A
FIRST CIS3 GR0CERY STORE.
Hair Oils, Perfumery, Soaps,
AND A NICE STOCK OF YANKEE NOTIONS.
This stock Is entirely new and put into a neat. tidy
store acd vcry recently purchased, which will enablc
os to scU at tho
LOWEST MAKKET RATES,
All of which will bc Kld for
Cash as Low as the Lowest!
Pleace call and txamiuo stock and pricci and wc wiU
try and mako yonr vislt proStahle.
A. 31. COOK. . QUIXTOX COOK.
April 25, 1SC7. 52-57
MRS. L. A. HAZELTON & C0.,
Are now ojtniag a large and choice stock of
IfTTTTtTTiriTT
illiiJljifllliltl
DRV GOODS
Cartfully felecttdfrora
x:t toek xNniiosTos
And are prcparrd to o2cr to ccitoocn cvery articleof
Great Bargain.
Ladies of?L Johnsbary and viciuitv ara re--pectfu!Iy
Tii0 111 aad fie our s txk Ufore purchajbg.
PATTKRN B0NXETS receivcd each lioaOi fxorn
X w ork.
LXIQX BI.OCK, ST. JOIIXSBL'RV, VERMONT.
CASH OR RFADY PAY !
HALL So P E O K
Call thc attcntion cf the public to tbe prices at which
they are scUing
TIIEIR ENTIKE STOCK
-O F
Domostic Dry Goods,
Crockery, Glass.Ware,
Plated Ware, Groceries.
LadicV DreH buttow. Alpicca Bralds Yclvit Rib
bous, KiJ Clovca aud a gecvral
EssortmeLt cf
FAXCT GOODS
COXSTAKTJ.V O.N Oa1.
I: is our intention to oJex for sile
13 V K K Y A II T I C T. K
For farm and family uc thc mvket afford?.
Z7T AU kiads of prcdcce taken in exchiare for
SvJs.
IIAIjL & PECK
Main Strcrt, St. .tohnsbcrr, Vircwr.t.
Atthcetore formerly occupied by L JIIWETT.
Rcady Made Clothlng and Carpcllns.
To ac-wcr the dcmsnd' of in-ny of tnr old rate
mci. wehiie bicn huducel to dd to our Hork of
good, n good aesoitmcnt of rcadv uiade clothin and
carpeting.
HOUSEKEEPLNG GOODS.
PAINTED AVINDOWSIIADES,
FIXTURES FOR SAME, "
S-4 & 10-4 ELEACHED SHEETlNG.
FEENCII & AMERICAN QUII.TS,
WOOLEN BLANKETS.
EXfBOSSED TAl'.LE COVERS.
BRO"YN f- BLEACHED LINEN DO.,
NAPKIXS & DOYLAS,
LIXEN SIIEETING,
PILLOTV CASE COTlOX,
CROCKERY & GLASS WARE,
PLATED SPOON'S & FORKS,
IYORY, BONE. UORN & WOOD
HANDLE TABLE CUTLERY,
CARPETS. &c, &c.
With many articlts in thc ahove line not racutioned,
are to be sold at the lowtst mirket ratci, at
E. & T. FAXRBANJG1S & CO'S.
Surrth P. Whitc's Kstatc.
TIIE 5ubcrlbcrshavIncbeeiiapH.lnteil by the hon
orable prol.le court for the dlstrict of ClclonU. cora
rnlIoners to receive. cxauilne and adjut a 1 claluis
,wf oroUpersonsaealnst ItieeuteofSARAIl P.
w UITL, late ,of Barctt. In said illitrlct, deceaed.
rcpresented Insolveut, and the term or sU months
trora the 16th dajrot April, 1SC7. bflns aliowed bv sjid
court to the crcditur of sald K-cead, 10 cxhlblt
and prove llielr reMiective cLilu before us: (Jive uotice
thatwewin attetm to the dutics ut our appolntment
at the dwclllng honse o( Dr. Asa B. Thompion. Iu Bar
net, ln MiiHdbtrtct.oc the ltt Tuesdiy o! ilay al
the HthdayofOctober, nestatlo'cIockP. 11. uf each
of sald daya.
WM. FIARVEY. , , ,
S2SI ASA B. TUOIIPSON.J 'oners
David L. Stuarl's Estatc.
THE snbacribers having been appolntcd by the hon
orable Probate cottrt for the dUtrlct of Esx, com
mlsiloners, toreceive, esamlne and adjast all clalms
aud deniaudsot all ptrsonsa;alnst the elateof DAVID
L. MUART. Ute of Guildhall, Iu sald dl.-trict. deceael
representedlnsolvent, and the term ofsls monlhifrom
the 10th day or April. IsCT, being aliowed by sald court
tothecreditorsof salu deceaKd, to eshiblt and prove
thelrrejpectiveclalmsbeloreus : (Jive tiotice that we
will attend to the dutles ofonrappoUmcntatthedirel
lng house of Matllda Stuart, 1 n U ulldbatl.iu sald dlstrict,
011 the Sthdajs of Juneaud Sept. nest, at li) o'cloik
ln the furenoon on each of sald days.
WAI. II. HARTSIIORX,
5253 1IART1N W. CAKR, ')Comrs.
Lydia G. Bixby's Estate.
STATE OF VKKMOXT.l Iu probate court, held at
Caledonia Dlstrict, ss. JSt. Johnsbury, withln aud
for&aIdilUtrict,onthe:iihday ot April. A. D.ls67,
AX latrument pnrponlr.E to be the Ust will aad tes
Utnentof LYDIA G. B1XBV. Ute of St. Johnjburv. ln
sald dlsict decased, belns presetted to the cuurt by
lioracc Carpcnter the executor thereln uamed. for
probate: Itls ordered bv sald court thU all persou
concerned thereln. be notliled to appear at a se&Jon of
sald court to be holden at tlie probate office ln St. Johns
bury on the 11th day 01 ilay IbGT, aud shew caue, lf
any they may have, against the probate ol sald will ; for
which purpuse lt ls lurther ordered. that a copy ol the
record ol thla order b pubilsheil three wctks succes
slvelylntha Caledonlan, prlntedatSt. Johnsbury, pre
vlous to sald time appolnted for hearin;.
ASA L. FRKXCH. Judge.
A true copy of record. Atiest,
52-M ASA L. FREXCU. Judge.
LOST .April 4th, betwcea BozzeU'a formdry in St
Johnsbury and Lyndon Corner, a call" tkin WALLET,
containiug $24 in mcney, the fii-der w.ll be suitably re
warded by retnmlng thc same to SAML'EL BROWN,
Lyndon Ceraer, 01-52
NOTICE TO CARPET BUYERS.
Cabpets at Low Prices ! !
Ye tavo tat rocdvcd abozt
2000 YAED3 OP CABPETS,
PurchEiM of a Philadelphia Mauufaetsrcr at a Urge
discoont of rernlar price, which rednctloa we o2er
our custoinen.
E. & T. FAIRBANKS & CO.
PURCHASERS OF
WOOLEN GOODS
by the yard or plecs will fiad aa nnnsailly Urgc
Etocic tor men and boy i wcar, at pacca very ranca less
thau herctofore, at
E. & T. FAIRBANKS & CO'S-
BROWN AND BLEACHED COTTONS,
10-4 Bleacbed aad cnbleached,
3-i, 44, 5-1, 6-1 and 8-i Bleached do..
PLLL0W CASE C0TT0NS,
Flnc and heavr. brown and blcached. ln creat virietv.
Jcst receivcd and reUiug at tho prefeat low ratcs.
E.4T. FAIRBANKS & CO.
8PRINQ SHAWLS,
PRLNTS AND DELATNESj
A t E. 4 T. FAIRBANKS CO'S.
NOW 0PEN1NG AT
E. i T. FAIJLBAyXS $ CO'S,
Ascther Iot of thofo
50 Iucli Alpacca IiUSters,
Acd Mchairr, bfllirg very low.
UDIES' AND CHILDREN'S
Boots, Shoes and Huboers,
Parchod wlila a fcw dayi for CASHat a discocst cf
irom
20 TO 30 PER CEXT. LESS,
thinlut Fall's priccf, naring onr ttock ncrc ccssplete
tuaa cver, imong b:eb cuy be foud
Ladiit' Folka Serge Bootr-,
- Buttoa " "
" Conrreu " "
Ifctlmoral " "
" Wlde " " withoat hecls.
" Fice. high cut. Glove Cilf Bilraaal,
Kld Ra!m?rils and Concrea.
VTith a Inge anonni cf Ladies' and Jlisscs' Boct- azd
Shots. at P trT Ptlfnivrii.pft'5
WHITE GOODS NOW OPENING
XT
E. & T. FAIRBANKS & CO'S :
Diruities,
l'iquet,
Iarscillcs,
iirillianls,
I'lain,
Spottcd,
Satin Stripo
And Hair Conl
CamLric?,
lustincl?,
"White Skirt,
Iufantc' Waist:
Iiisertiiigs,
KdaiiiiiSj
&&
10,000 R0LLS R00M PAPER,
GOLD, GILT, SATIN
and
LOW PHICE PAPEES,
A:Tird;nc cnj'om.- s n opportauity cf wlectfcg frem sa
aMcixaitsi coi oitca lonaa in ine couutry.
K. & T. FAIliDANKS & CO.
ELEGANT CARPETS.
E. & T. Fairbanks & Co.
Have riccn'.ly made
LARGE ADDITIOXS
To their siock of cirpets, msilug oue cf the liett aad
Urgrrt iu th 'at. lVrs.'L- ia wst will Sal it aa ob
j'ft tj pue it an xi:.ii.ti.a, as Itls mcch Iirgr,
cor cu.tc tnd attractlvtf thia evcr before, cocsift
iugof Englisli and Amorican Tapestries,
Threo Plys,
Suporrlno,
Super & Fino IriKrains,
Painted Carpets,
1 to2Yds.Wide,
Feltings,
Hugs,
Mats,
&c,
Plna aad TwjRed llerap. Cocca and Straw Mattlag,
lliocts c, sU of which wiU U sold vtry low.
2000 BUSHELS NO. I CORN
To bc sold at thc lowest markct zatcs by
E. & T. FA1KBANKS i CO.
BEAUTIFUL 8TYLE8 OF
STOXE CIIINA "WARE.
Just riCeiv,J, aaotherlit of Jhe ahove ware, equil to
the Freach puiceMn iu stIe aad caiih. at le thia
half the price. E. 4 T. FAIRBANKS & CO.
DAM AGED CRASHES
ScUinc low atE.iT. FAIRBAXKS i CO'S.
THE CHEAPEST GOODS
IntherajrkrtattheprcttiraearoWOOLEXa. Wc
are aow recclving a large lot far
MES AXD BOYS' WEAR.
Coating., Dortilas, Broadclothf, ic, which wffl he
sold lower than for years before.
E.4T. FAIRBAXKS &CO.
JUST RECEIVED.
THE XEW
SPKIXG STXLES
Eor 1867
Bo:isr-T02sr skirts.
Receivcd Ihe fut prcmiom at the mcchanlr exhibl
tlon, in compctitkn with the bcst Xejv York and Xew
Eiigland mike.
These Skirts have heca adopted hy MeEacs. A. T.
Stewaet & Co., of Xew York, for thclr rctail tnde, to
tho cxcla-iou of all other makcrs; also by Mmrc.
Firxn, rAUiF.c & Leites of Chlcago; Jons SniiUTn
fc Cu. of Cinrianati, Ohio; Haedo.v, Tchke &. Co.
of SL Ivonis, Mo.; S. B.vekee i Co. of LonlrriUp, Ky
CiiANTLEn & C. of Boston, nad by all first clies housca
tliroughnut the country, f r their bcst rctail trade.
Be ture and atk for ihe BON-TON PATENT SKJRT.
Mixchaats supplied at Maaufacturirs prices.
For Sale Wholesale aud Rctail br
E. & T. f ALRBANKS & CO.
MUTUAL LLFE INSURANCE
F. S. WINSTON,
CASHASSETS, - -
CASH DIYIDENDS
The Mntcil Life Insaraaoe CompiaT of Xew Ycrk Is
the Ualted Statec It as paid losses'by death to the
amonntd to ovcrS?.'WL mnd has aow aecnmnLited
bury, agtat for Utledoaia Co. ApiJicatjon ta liiin for
ceive proaipt atteatioa. 0oc wilh Dr. S. T. Urooks.
S.T.Brooks.
ApplicarJoa for agcades or iafsrancc addrcssed to
attectioa. (tjuaCT) FAYETTE 1.
NEW SPRING GOODS,
JTST EECEITED BY
N. M. JOHNSON
RAILROAD STBEET,
St Johnsbnrj, - - Vermont.
Ilaviag JaK rttsraed rcra csikct trllh zny nail
large Tarlery cf raods I caa give yca
LOWER PRICES!
Thia yca fcare hai before for f re Tcarf.
GLYE 3IE A CALL.
BUILDERS ATTENTI0N.
The reb-trilicrF hve mV f.Br ,,. .
tlO-'jOrni) tcjtca'il Piac Lataber
EEKS i: BA1LEY.
Woodrrnij'. X. IL, Apr3 4, ri
tOne Year Old Alderney Bull
FOU SALE.
FuH Bleed. rrii nf:y IleEar.
L . J. IL JOI1XSO-V.
Bata,--..IIMApiaiT.lZ.
A CHANCE TO MAKE .MONEY.
ftrrt, partor lt, by 1. kitrix-a li lor 11 v,ro tdTtBi.
Are hrn "7t.iK. .1. .A : i. .
' mi. ui J.Ajni J , Mlil lij
msie three aiorc lt Las a lasesjcrt ixlati witha
ci-j caa icaoe in:o a worK-avc drfiir
tauiasstreaia cf rare Fpria; Wft-r Kterinc J hc
rcwaisca. raaaiag to the hoaseaad !ra." Tijelense
M0WING AND PASTURING.
Thesa!Krilr wi.hr io wll '..1.40.
cadled, cpcslria; cf ahoct -1 acrcs of mowiaj and pas
tnrlng, tltuateJ oa Troat r.rook, abnt oai-hslfaale
acrth cf L Johstlrary Ccs&e. Eaquire of
sf. Johabory tVatrc, F.b. S
FARM P0R SALE.
Th TTf.11 1H H Itwftr fc..
tv ..c j T.-. I ... Z- a
- 3. --m wu., av. illlic
frora the Ccatre village, aad a.-xr therailmid i-tatien.
;aid FARM cuataia. about 110 10W cf land,fTatalilr
dividcdiatotRlageaad raslnriuc, with alxrcr Int of
sawiag thalxT aad wood, a pod hoase, to laTpe lrarcv
preraifos. ALu oae hoaseaai 13 aciw (S ad adj.iiaar
St. JohrifbBTy Ccstre, Defc 10. 1SW. iif
WOOD AND HAT FOR SALE.
The sahscriber has for rale aad will fumith to rrdcr
dry aad gicea wood four fect, aad 1". iach. AI30, hy
ia aay quaatrtles. at Jhe lowwt tuaiket jvrice. Apnlv
ta UU1LCE I. W001. iraddi VHW
BILLIARDS
Roora In tie rcsx cf theEL Johaiinrv Uon?e, ap
stairs. Entrace oa Ccatral s trwt. Voxct of this a
pane are iavited to calL S"J1 Imvi and sctiolirs ia
school hocrx, are resptxtfclly rcqmtU'd ta kocp out.
Tablcs, furcitarc,tc all acw. UvBif, fritn S A. M. to
10 P. M.
A Coagh, a Cold, or a Sore
Throat
Eqairea iraceciata atlcatioa aa!
thoald bc ciecied. If aliowed to
contlaac, iiitatios or tiie ixsgs,
a riTMASEST TalOAT DloElS.t, VZ
oossrjtrnos 1: oftca the xesalL
Browns Bronchlul Trochcs
Ilaviag a dlrect inflaence to the parts, give lmmediate
reliet For BcoscmTis, astdsli, aiTAr.ru, oissnn
ttvx xst tuxoat siseases, Troches are csed with
alwayi goodreccess. SIXGEia.XDl'UBLIC2I,E.K-
Llta wia aad Trochcs useful ia dearias the voice
whea taken before siarinc; cr rneakiatr. aad rdievinsr
the throat after aa nansnal eicrtioa of the vocal cirgaas.
ino lroches are recoauacaded and presaibed by phy
ddaas, aad have had tcstiraoaials frora eaincat men
tiroughoat thc coantry. Being aa artidc cf true racrit,
aad haviur proved their eflicacv bv a test of mmv
years, each year fiads thera ia new localitica ia various
parts cf the world, and the Trochcs are oaivercaliy
prononnced letler than aay other artidec
Obtaia oaly "BROWVS BROXCUIAL TROC11ES,"
aad do cottakc aay cf the worthlcei tautnoa that
tnay be ogercd. Sold evixt W111.XE. tanySQ
TAKE NOTICf.
All notei end nasettled aeccuntr due me at Passamp
tic are left with Caelton La eecx for colbetion.
513 W. E. l'ECK.
1000 DOZEN EGGS WANTED,
BY X. JI, JOUXSOX.
C0MANI OF NEW YORK
rJRESIDEisT,
. - 8 19, 0005 000.
PAID AIsNUALLY.
thcoldtftand mcttre&l!hT-11f!ncTTt-nM
v - m u.uu .u . vUaD
cajh ascls of 51P,frKl,KVL J. H. STEELEt. John-
luiuiuutuuii u iaruraucc, iy mau W 111 JHMJOn, WTU m-
i.aauu.c jj juuuzuoD, xraauia rairiianc;, ifqltt.
the Gracral Agcat, at Btnland, VL, wiH r.eiveiirompt
URUWX, Ccacral Agent, llutland, Vcnnoat
RAILROAD STREET
CLOTHLNG STORE I
OlTCilTE THE DEPOT, T, JOIIXSBURV, YX.
At this iiorc caa be f ouzd a cosrJcte assornacat of
XEX'S, BOYS' AXD TOCTirS
rtEADY-MADE CLOTHING,
AT OLD TIME TOUCES.
ThesabrRicrkasai&ae arrar;emcnt wilh oae of
Jhc larrert whol.T manufcarinc tlBthinp hmf ln
Bn-ton. so tka: Le wfll 1- rxi- to fh-w THE LAMGEST
5T0CK OF CLOTIUNC. that caa 1 fwtnd in iIhj
foucty. aad will eeH a: jiriccs that will pleasc tho
.harptat buycr.
LOOK AT SOME OF THE PRICES:
Bcdaess Ccats, &Bia $4 j JW.
Moe Black Bcaver Drc Sacls lt
ltots and Verts, frsm JJLM t JKtT-J.
AU "tt'ool I'aats aBd V s, T.
Yets, Ireai lt
Boys" uif , frccn ;S.Si) to ;T.M
TMs is a Chance of a Life-Time !
Call aad raaaae the Goodi -wh' ther yoa xrish to Isex or
tiot. Iartsr, corae aad lciag yonr hay.
Sprlng 2nd Summer Stles of Goods,
"Will bc rtccired irrxa Jay to dsy."
sUsl'ESDERS AXP CuLLARS AT S -CnTT.
ADVAXCE ITOX CUST.
rAraxrjrrthaakfulfsrrart favms, aa3 liipo to
Javrit a tncUuaacce cf the eaaic.
DAVID SILSBY.
SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT.
The ClareraontManriiacturing Companj
CLAREMOXT, X. IL,
PAPER AN9 BOOK HANUFACTUJIEBS,
Aad whcleEalc aaj xctail dealcn ia
Books antl StaUoncrj-,
IWlre to ear to their fiicads aad astraacrs ia Ycrraiwt
airf Nctt Ilimp-iinr, sad to wiKnn-ocver els- Jheso
rtcav may couie, that thvy tia have tuore thsa
250 Unseitled Accounts
Oa their Idccr, ',kf rtilraeat of wh4ri thr-r caa at-t.-ad
t new. ia ilLT) TIME, a little bttcr thks a: any
Khtr; aad J
TASE rARTICTLAr: XOT1CE
AXD OXE THIXG MOCE,
arvjadlw- incnaLtaaa ortim.larv .r oqjfi
deace ia ocr old ccr.tanT! rauaics andhajaished, aad
WE SI1LL HAVE TOR i.VLE
A lirre rtsci aad
Most Excellent Assorlment
Of aU cood la cr liae, which thcrc is aet TOaa ia thla
japa la caaracratc
orr. iice3
1 Arc a lew a the lswcrt, aad sorfgeods ef thc Tcrv
llifttfn
on: TERMS
Ate cuh cq tJonifci, aai as ranrh ,var s ie renvoai
cat, Just as they iave beca evcr eiace the lattlc of BaU
Raa.
WE STILL 3AY CA5II FOR ilMSS
And do lhjleja-, cr li- ea if ym -trl-li, f
1'iaxnxc axd mxiuxn,
Aad TT U VI MVtrlulr n 1. T - f
laad Trcrth readmp, nst to ,U them tiihc
nisT tix I'Einjua:
Thattes'sl-TCirjBtio coJltl tlnsa
ytar is cut iad carry thau to
au ns the
C M. STuNl", of St. JeaashRry;
crCamp t Caraailacs fSSaimrt- nr 1.. T!. Mlum
f IWTlinc; r X. IL Elea lnim, ia jrdo
that thrr ruy be stat te as tt 1 Iwaad, Itecaaso -w do
jhatthiagia
SITEMOR 5TYLE,
Aad roa tba att ody rcfwcnc ihera Irat add aa ssaa
ia..i.t to yocrHhrary .j- jisxl r talle.
Yoar? Trtd y,
The Claremont Manufacluring Co., -
I OxrenntBt, X. H.
SPRING I S COMING.
Aad Farracr? thoald call at tho
Asricultural Store on IC JJ.Srrcct
IVhcre they nsy ad aeariv all the latort
rucaL- la agrimlrrrral iaiplcaicats chcap for ri or ready
1
'llerdVnra-, ClotbeB Wriaccrs.
upcrl'horjaatoofLlme, AtdWxJ WarrRen'iaBy,
IIbwh, Cloveraad other Kcds
ltiratraF, titxic-v aad Glass Waro
, Hay f mtcrf, i:ips Til
C ja ShilltaB, Aad Hardwarc rcncrallv,
ttx Yokwi and Bowf, To&a, Vt2te,
Ito:tT Tcbf, Aad ain- 1'andly Uroctiiea
1UU, i!ats.tinw-w3Tr.
Urata Mearcrcs, lVoks-tadtatieQcrr,aad
How I'oiatf, Yaakee Xoeas.
j Wanted Ia cxchirte far thc abeve seeds, fagsr,
poutoos, lratter, white lcaa ias, rera, oats and trthcr
at. Jcaasbcry, March 1. 1W.
GREAT 1NDUCEMENTS
AT 7HS
BRTAXT, STR1TI0X CILtiiBERLTX,
Buxluigtou iiusuicss Collejje,
TELEGJiAPIIIC lSTITUTK
A acw depsrsincnt orpaaird and --b1bV3 froctlcal
additions aiade to each dcpartajcat JicMrfnt catabUah
td. The nbole corpj cf instmctcn -e rractical cxpcrl.
eaccd ciea.
SPULXa CA3RUGX.
A CUMl'LETE CAXYASS AXD CR.VXD IULLY
We wai.t 10 hear frora cvery yoaarj maa aad yettc
wouuiii t' lutsit: buciatA! aad ouirus thuruugh jiil
laratica for duty.
XEW PLAX OF IXsTRCCTlOX.
TJNPARALLELED ADVANTAGES.
A Siandard Insfitution,
iTcftRcJ fur many r.asous. Nowisthelinie tocattr.
I2r MAKE LIFE A aL'CCLaa. 2J
Addrtss,
Bryant, Stratton cx Chamberlin,
(tanvlS'vsJ
Burlingtoa, Ycnacct

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