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list or ritEiHiinus
Awarded at tho Fair of tho Wilmington Agri
cultural Society, Oct. 4, 1853.
MflnOAJJ BTALUflX. 1W0 TCA1U OLD.
1st, to L. Sumner, (lleatli.)lst, 11 F. Haskell;
2.1, ltucl Smitli;
1st, 1'. Gorham.
1st, Itornco Fox;
2d, 0. N. Morgan.
TbVn YEAR. OI.U COLTS
1st, 0. Ware;
1!J, N. Kingsbury;
F..1, A. N. Jcnks;
ltli, llucl Smith.
TIIUEE YKAtt OLD?.
1st, E. lturt;
1M, II. C. Corse;
d, M. N. Rice;
Itli, James Lyman.
1st, J. C. Wilson i
(Jd, D. J. Falmctcr.
Oil, 0. Dcnnison;
4th, VT. Winchester.
1st, M. 11. Crosby;
2.1, 0. Dcnnison;
3d, K. Crosby.
1st, H. Hurt;
2d, D. Hill.
1st, Lucius 1'ox;
21, C. Dcnnison;
. 3d, C. T. Alvnrd.
TWO TEAM OLD ltr.lrF.RS.
1st, It. Hastings;
2d, Mrs. Blodgett;
3d, H. I,. Tanner;
ltli, 1". Barnard.
1st, A. Parmoloo;
2d, .1. Farnielce;
lib, I. Lawton.
1st, Unci Smith;
2.1, C. A. Smith;
3.1, C. M. lttisscll;
lth, 13. Crosby.
Oxen: 1st, 11. I,. Barnard;
2d, A. Parmelee.
TIlnEK YEARS OLD STEERS.
1st, K. Burt;
2.1, .1. JI. Huberts;
H1, Gcorgo Fox.
TWO YEARS OLD STEERS.
1st, A. l'nrraelee;
2d, It. I. Tanner;
.;J, H. May.
1st, O. lVeslon;
2.1, Doct. II. Smith;
3d, 1). Hodgkins;
1th, L. Morton.
Timi:c YBAns ot,n iir.iFnw. Cows: 1st, Unci Smith;
1st, (). I,. Shatter;
2d, I. Swin;
2d, II. Fox.
1st, Ocorgo Fox;
2.1, C. Ware;
3d, II. Fox.
1st, I. Ivwton;
2.1, JI. 1'. Dcnnison;
3d, Dcnzil Boyd.
1st, Kcii7.il Boyd;
2d, i:. Hurt;
3d, Judali Moore.
lst, C. T.-Alvord;
2d, Renzil lloyd;
3d, II. 1). Smith.
1st, I. Lawton;
2d, O. Preston;
3d, Rucl Smith.
1st, 0. N. Morgan;
2d, C. T. Alvord;
3d, J. S. llice.
Pears: C. T. White.
Grapes: 1st, L. Forbes;
2d, Jlrs. J. Swift.
Barberries: Jlrs. J. Swift.
Potatoes: 1st, JI. N. nice;
3d, I. L. Clark.
1st, North Fast District;
2d, South Fast do.
3d, Wc5t do.
Onions: 1st, C. T. Alvord;
2d, I. Swift.
Beets: 1st, Lucius Fox;
2d, 0. Smith.
Carrots: 1st, C. JI. llusscll;
2d, 0. Smith.
Pumpkins: C. R. Hartlctt.
Squashes: 1st, Gcorgo Fox;
2d, 0. A Alvord;
Cabbages: 1st, C. A. Smith;
Turnips, 1st, C. T. Alvord.
Peppers: G. Fox.
Tomatoes: A. Titus.
Citron: I. Hayncs.
A. 1J. Cliilds, (agent.)
1st, A. Hayncs;
2d, 0. Packard.
Chums: 1st, F. T. Forbes;
2d, E. B. Haskins.
Sap Heater: A. JI. llisscll.
Pumps and Tin work:
Applo Farer: S. D. Foster,
llcdstcad: L. C. Briggs.
Boxes: S. Jlctcalf.
2d, D. Uugbec.
Horse Shoes: A. Hayncs,
One hundred and thirty-five thousand pounds of Jla
plo Sugar were made in Wilmington tho present year.
DOJIFSTIC & FANCY ARTICLFS.
Flannel white; 1st Premium Jlrs. J. Swift;
do. Jlrs. S. 12. Hayncs.
do. Jlrs. K. &. 0. J. Gorliam;
do Jlre. L. Forbes;
do Jlrs. Spencer Alvord.
do Jlrs. It. K. Hayncs;
do Jliss Sarah Wilson,
do Jliss N. S. Hurt,
do Jlrs. I!. S. Forbes,
do Jlrs. E. S. Forbes,
do C. E. & J. L. Strcctcr.
A. 11. Childs & Co.
Wells & Lovell (Ilrattleboro.1
Hearth Rug 1st
Ready Jlade Clothing
yuilts 1st prcmluni Jliss 11. 11. l"armclee;
2.1 do Jlrs. T. lioukcr;
8d do Jlrs. A. Titus.
Counterpane, do Jlrg. J. Swift.
Chair Cushion lft premium, Jlrs. L. Fox;
2d do Jlus II. P. Fox;
!Jd do Jlrs. Lucy D.irtlett.
Embroidery 1st prcm. (H.lk'f.) JirsE. & 0. .T. Gorham;
2d do do Jliss JIary Parmelee.
1st prcm. (Ottoman Cover) Jlrs. S. JI. Perkins.
Jlrs. E. Hurt;
Jlrs. L. I ox;
Jlrs. S. E. Hayncs.
Slinners N. S. Dirt.
Cambric Skirt Jlrs. W. Jlcllcn.
Suspenders Jlrs. G. Fox.
Stock Jliss II. JI. Cliilds.
Lamp JIat 1st premium, Mrs. J. Patch;
2d do Jliss JIary Parmelee;
3(1 do Jlrs. 0. A. Alvord.
Tidy 1st do Jlrs. E. Spencer;
2d do Jlrs. P. Wriglit.
Black Lace Netting Jlrs. E. A. Forbes.
Card llaskct 1st premium, Jlrs 0. A. Alvord.
2d do Jliss li. Ann Alvord.
Needle & Pin Cushion Jlrs Lucy H.irtlctt (aged 82.)
Work llag 1st premium, Jliss II. JI. Childs;
2.1 do Jlrs 11 Lamb.
Artifisial Flowers and fruit Jlrs 0. A. Alvord.
Natural " " 1st prcm. Jlrs K. A. rorbes;
' ' 2.1 do Jlrs S. Swift. 1
Hair Wreath Jlrs K. L imb.
Drawing Jtonochromatic, 1st Jliss JI. C. Knowlton;
' 2.1 Jits S. K. Hayncs;
Penciling 3d Jlrs L. E. Snow;
Picture 4th Jliss Sarah lloyd.
Millinery display Jlcssrs. Stone & Cushtnan.
i'uncy Goods and Jewelry J. & 0. F. Swift.
The Fair was a fine display of Cattle, Horses, Farmers'
Produoo, Jlanuf.iclurcs and Fancy Articles. Several lone;
teams of very large, heavy Oxen came in, with music and
banners, bringing Ladies and Gentlemen. Several pairs
of Oxen were sold at from 150 to $200. Wo noticed
Potatoes weighing two pounds; Pumpkins, sixty; Uects,
17: Squashes 2 feet long, -1 feet round; Apples largo as
small pumpkins, &c, &o.
A great multitude of peoplo were present, and all went
well. Tli6Wiliiiington llrass Hand discoursed fitio musio
throughout the day,
VOLNEY FORRES, Secretary.
Tlio Gcrinania, recently arrived at Now York from j
Havre, brought a very valuable lot ol Merino rams,
selected in France by J. A. Taintor of Hartford. Ono
of them was from the celebrated flock of M. Ctignot ;
Another cost $500, and two others, from tlio flock of
SI. Gilbert, cost SIOO each. Mr. Taintor also pur
chased fifteen fine breeding rams for Mr. Bingham of
Vermont, at very high prices. Five beautiful Aldcr
ny heifers, from the best blood on tho island, camo in
tlio same ship. Near two hundred thousand dollars
havo been expended tho past summer in the importa
tion of choice breeds of animals from Europe
Lato accounts say that tho Indians have been very
-.troublesome in Utah, and havo committed many mur
ders. Governor Young hui issucJ a proclamation
calling all tho militia forces of tlio territory into ser
vice, and has ordered a wall to bo built around tlio
city twenty foot high and eight foots thick, with a
dilcli on tho outside. A body ohfilly armed mon had
been sent out, but no captures were made. Hot work
Tlio dead body found ii tlio woods near Chicopco
Falls, a few days since, is now supposed to ho that
of Margaret Smith, and her husband lias been arres
ted on suspicion of having murdered her. Sp. Jlej.
Charles Coroy of Atliol, a hrakeman on tho Vt.
and Mass. Railroad, had 0110 of his legs crushed while
shackling a car on tho -ltli instant, so that amputation
was deemed necessary.
Geo, Lake was convicted at I'ouglikecpsie, N. Y.,
on tho 30th ult., of tlio murder of his wife and two
children in Juno last, anil sentenced to ho hung on
Friday tho 18tii of November next.
I Tv Uarnum has given $200 towards a monu
ment to tho memory of Knud Iverson, tho youthful
hero who was drowned by his companions, becauso
ho would not steal.
Robert Heartnoss, a young lawyer of Otsego Co.,
N. Y., has been convicted on an indictment for coun-terfsylug.
Yellow Fever Intelligence. Tlio Mississippi
papers of tho 3d inst. report the fover to be declining
at Vicksburgh, hut my violent at Jackson, whore ono
hundred cases occurred in a singlo day. At Port Gib
son tliero havo been CO deaths ; at Grand Gulf GO,
and at Slircvcsport, La., 20. In Natclics tho first
doath finm tho yellow fever occurred 'on tho 17th of
July. Uetwcen that date and the 10th tilt., there
were 225 deaths from tho disease In Now Orleans
on the 22d of August, Charles D. Morehoad, a broth
er to Ex-Governor Jtorelicad of Kentucky, died of
the fever ; his wife followed him on the 20lh, and a
son and daughter also fell victims to tho same dread
At Washington, Louisiana, there arc not living
persons enough left to bury tho dead.
Judge Daragan of thn Supremo Court, died of fe
ver at Mobile, on tho 3d inst., and Messrs Park and
Skinner, both prominent men, on tho Jth.
Dcekos Avncs. On the "13th of July, Gen. Ur
quiza took refuge on board tho American steamer at
Uucnos Ayrcs, and escaped, and on the next day his
troops laid down their arms and dispersed. Every
tiling became quiet at Duenos Ayrcs, and trade was
E2T Letters from Rio Janeiro nmiounco tho conclu
sion of a treaty between tho United States and tho
Argentine Confederation, which secures terns the frco
navigation of tho river La Plata and its tributaries,
and also the right of conscience to such of our citi
zens as may sojourn there. Similar privileges are
secured to us in Paraguay.
A vordict of $10,000 lias been rendered against
Gen Vczic of Uangor, Mo., for raising a dam so as to
flow the privilege above hint.
Eight hundred and fifty-eight liusticls of 'dead let
ters' were burnt at Washington, by order of the Post
Office Department, on the 30th tilt.
Harry Bradley of Burlington, Vt., late President of
tho Rutland and Burlington Railroad, has become joint
proprietor with Jtr Burroughs of the Irving House, N. Y.
A gentleman near Cincinnati has a six aero lot of grapo
vines which will yield 1000 gallons of grapo juico to the
ncre, wortli one dollar n gallon.
Our State Legislature will assemble to-morrow. When
the House will organizo is not so easily foretold.
Newspaper nml Advertising Agency.
V. Ii. Pai.meh, U authorized n Rent for receiving Adver
tisements nml Subscription for the Windham County Dem
ocrat. Ill offlcov nro-nt Iloston, Scollay's Building, cor
ner of Court nml Trcmont streets; Nw York, Tribune.
Uullillng ; Philadelphia, N. W. corner Third and Chestnut
S. M. I'httenoh.i, & Co., nro nuthorized agents for re
ceiving Advertisements & Snlncrlntlons for thn Wimllmm
County Democrat. Their ollices arc at Iloston, 10 Slato
street; New York, 122 Nnsnu street.
Cambridge Cattle Market Oct. C.
At market, 3115 Cattle, about 2015 Beeves and 1100
Stores, consistint of Working Oxen, Cows & Calves, Year
lings, lwo and 'IJirce icars Old.
Pnicra. JIarket Beef Kxtra 7,75 a 8,25; 1st quality
,Jo a 7,00; second quality 0,75 a 7,00; 3d quality 0,00 wll
n 0,50; ordinary 5,00 a 5.50.
Hides $0,00; Tallow $7 a 7,50; Pelts 1 a 1,25;
Skins 10 cents per lb; Veil Calves 5, 7, 8 n 12.
Homing uxen sins, 110, Vl, lao, 1-17 a 100.
Cows & Calves Sales at $20, 28, ill, SO n -10.
Stoics Yearlings $'.) a 12; Two years old 15 a 21;
Three years old iJiiO, 35 a 42.
Sheep & Lambs 1128 at market. F.xtra 5, C, 7 a 10;
by lot 2,50, 2,75, r.,()0 a 1,50.
Swine Still-fatted at 5,50; corn fed Co per lb.
Brigllton Market Thursday, Oct. 0.
At market 2150 Reef Cattle, 1500 Stores, 15 prs Work
ing Oxen, 08 Cows & Calves, about 1000 Sheen & Lambs
and 2000 Swine.
iiicia. Reef Cattle Extra 8,00; first quality 7,00 a ling house on tho premises, all the real estate belonging
5; second quality 0,00 a 0,75; third do. 5,50 a 5,75; Wo tho heirs of Amaziah Robinson, late of Athens, decca
iuary 5,00 a 5,25. ried. Said real estate consists of a dwelling house and out
Stores Ycarlinus SO a 12: two Years old Sil5 a 21:.kbuiidincs. tosctlier with one aero of land, siluatpil umi-
thrco ycara old $30, 35 a 3'J. " .
Sales at 805, 100, 110 a 130.
Sliccp & Lambs Lots at !? "A75 a 3; F.xtra 4,50, 6,
-I . l'J'J 'J.. .IT u. ... . . ' ' '
G a 8. Swiuo 5i a 01; retail GJ a "ic; fat hogs 04.
JIamclts. At New York, Friday, Flour failed to sus
tain tlio previous day's advance, and sold at 0,87 to $7
for common to good Ohio; $7 to 7,12 for Southern, and
7,25 to 7,50 for fancy brands. Wheat Bales 59,000 bus
Genesee 1.51 to 1,G0: Jlichiean 1,50 to 157. Corn
sales ,000 bus at 80 a 87i for white, 85 a 80 for West
ern mixed, and 87 a 88 for yellow.
7th, Jlrs Sirah Lucrctia Jlillcr,
Jlillcr, and daughter of Samuel
In tliis village, Oct.
wife of Rev Robert 1).
Dutton. Esq., need 24.
In Halifax, Sept. 24th, (nt tho residence of her son-in-
law, Stephen Niles, Esq.) Jlrs Ciiloe Mullock, widow of 1
the lato lion. Darius Hulloek, aced 88 years. Tlio decca.
scd was born iu Rchoboth, JIass, and removed to Halifax
at the age of 22, and has since resided there, being among
tlio earliest settlers of tlio town, nnd one of the nnniber
of which the Iliptist church was composed at its organi
zation, nnd of which sho was ever considered a worthy and
exemplary member. Com.
In Jlontgomcry, Art., Sept. 21st, Jlrs Sarah, widow of
Levi Farnsworth, Isq. of Wcstford, in her 80th year.
In Jlontpclicr, Sept. 23.1, CaUiu J. Keith, Esq., 52.
In rairlce, bept. -itn, 1'ca aolomon liliss, ngod co.
In Rarnct, Sept. 27, Mrs Abigail, wife of John Wallace 1 of patents granted in this nnd other countries; besides be
:sn. in her 85th year; Sept. 28, Mrs Ruth, widow of tlio ina saved a iourncy to Washington, the usual great delay
iM ir 1.;..- 1- 1 oo.i. 1 .. ,,.,. .1 .
lato Thomas Hazel tine, Esip in her 88th year,
OF tlio best quality, and in any quantities to suit pur
chasers, may bo had at tho Quarry in Guilford, on.
tho most favorable terms. Men will bo furnished to place
the Slate on the roof when desired.
Apply to Setli Wllley nt the Quarry; J. F. Hurrows,
Esq., Vernon Depot; or to
II. D. HARRIS.
Rrattieboro, Sept. 21th, 1853. 3m51
Boots, Shoes and Rubbers,
Onnn Pairs Roots and Shoes (and more if I can
jjjJ get them,) to be sold previous to tho first
Men's Double Solo thick Boots, from
. Calcutta " "
Roys do " "
Youth's do " "
2,23 to 2,50
2,50 to 3,00
2,50 to 3,25
1,50 to 1,75
1,23 to 1,50
1,25 to 1,60
1,50 to 2,00
02 cts to 1,00
do " "
II. E. CIIASI1, No. 2 Brick Row.
N. R. Re suro and bring tho Pewter, as I have no
timo for keeping books.
Rrattieboro, Oct. 10, 1853. tf 1
No monopoly! No Combination!
ritllU THAI) K AN1 SAILORS' RIGHTS 1
X WILL NOT BE OUTDONE. Everything is advanc- I
JL el in price except . Ward's Hoots and blipcs.
j t nla mauiui; for retail. Men's Calf sewed Hoots for S4
to $5 per pair. Peg'd Calcutta ditto, S3. Thick Boots,
I ii,25 tu 0. Uoy.' do. 1,25 to Women' Calf Boo-
, , ,,r. 1 07, Sl.no, I .VI. Ml Of,,,! nn,I Kwl Sl.nnj
and Boots, $1 to 1,37,
Men's Rubbers 87 cents; Women's 67; Misses' 50. A
variety of other work in the same proportion.
V3T NO CREDIT GIVEN. JJ
OF The idea has been carried by my neighbor that
Hoys do all my work; but then tho work is done by Old
Jl'hoys. Call nnd sec. W. WARD.
Brattleboro, Oct. 11, 1853. 6wl
STATU OT VEIIMONT.
' Marlboro . -The Probato Court for said District: To
nil whom it may concern
3U arc hereby notiucd that Wclcomo Allen, Guardian
of Theodora Allen, Newman Allen, Audi-us Allen
nnd Willlnm tr. Allin. l.ns moilo annlication in writinir to
this Court for llccnso to sell the Real Estate of his mid
Wards, on tho ground that such salo will bo beneficial to
said Wards; and that this Court will deoido upon said ap-
Dlicatlon at tho session thereof to bo held at tho Probate
Otfico in Brattleboro,. in said District, on tho last Thurs
day of October, A, D. 1853, when nud whero you may
bo heard in the promises, if you sea fit.
(18) F. HOLBR00K, Rcg'r.
PREPARE FOR WINTER,
TT71 IT U S 1 V TJ 11 S t A fine nssortniont
JL GOODS for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Also SWANS' DOWN, manufactured and iu the skin,
can bo found at our Stoie at rcry low prices.
Old Fens altered and repaired in tho ncntcst manner.
O. C. HimilARD & CO.,
First door nortli Central House.
October -lth, 1353. C2
ALARGF.R assortment of HATS and CAPS. and at
hs pricct, than any other concern In tho vicinty.
t or particulars call at
G. C. HUBDARD & CO'S.
ROJI NEW YORK, THE BEST ASSORTJIEXT OF
Trunks, ValiscsaiHlTravclIing Bagsr i,
to bo found out of tho city. Wo havo overy variety of
Tnink, varying in prico from $1,50 to $25.
New pat terns Vnliscs and Travelling Bags.
Also Whips, Canes mid Umbrellas.
0. C. HUBBARD & CO.
October -ltli, 1853. 52
1C"k Bales choice Robes, just received at
A G. C. HUBLIARD & CO'S.
October Jth, 1853. 52
GLOVES AND MITTENS.
npllK public are dally testifying to our fine aswrmcnt
and low prices.
a. c. iiumuRD & co.
October -lth, 1853.
CLO Til I N G!
k. B. CISILBS 61 CO.
T KSI'FCTFUI.LY inform their friends and customers
J., that mcy nave just received at their fctovc, a largo
nml choice lot of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
of every description, which they are prepared to sell at
tho very lowest price.
Also FURNISHING GOODS of every description.
E5F" Please call and examine.
A. U. GUILDS & CO.
Wilmington, Oct. 1, 1853. 3m52
Pro, Bono, Publico.
NEW FIllM, NEW STOKE & NEW GOODS.
rillli: subscribers respectfully inform their friends and
JL tho public generally, that having formed a copart
nership under the firm of PF.IRCK & WILLIAMS for the
purpose, of trade, and having been recently to market,
nro now opening at their New Store,
I A RICH AND DKSIRAKLi: STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS;
j Gi-ocorics, Oil, Crockery, Glass "Ware,
, and most kinds of Goods usually kept in a country Store.
I And esteeming it a pleasure at all times to wait upon
people who may favor us with a call, we would invite all
may bo in want of jroods to call and examine our
stock nnd tho prices, as no charge will bo mado or offence
taken if they do not purchase. Our stock comprises a
larger and better assortment of Goods than ever befote
offered in this place, nnd wo feel confident that wo can
and skull rmo them to tho public at such prices as will
V:tllt!(l, in exchange for Goods, nny quantity of
Cash, good Palm Leaf Hats, good Hoards and Spruco
Shingles, nnd most kinds of Farmers' Produce.
(tf 51) C. II. PEIRCE,
Jamaica, Sept. 21, 1853. J. WILLIAJIS.
"STSZ'f' k SW nt public vendue, on tho first day of
--YvV November next, nt 10 o'clock A. JI.. nt the dwul-
fth'o meeting house in Athens. Also a tract of about one
hundred nnd nny acres lying in the southwesterly part of
iindIf5SnTCn'cn"y dlfided into wood tu.t ioiuiu
for said Heirs.
Townshend, Sept. 23d, 1853. 5w51
PATS BITS !
AjIHIUCAN AM) ro 11151 GN 01'1'ICU.
AGENCY FOR BUSINESS
WITH THEU. S. PATENT OFFICE, WASHINGTON,
No. 22 Slate St., Itostou.
IJIPORTANT INFORJIATION TO INVENTORS. The
Subscriber (late Agent of the U. S. Patent Office, un
der tlio Act of 1837) determined to present advantages,
in applying for patents, superior to those offered invent
ors bv others, lias made arrangements whereby on appli
cations prepared and conducted by him, THIRTY DOL-
J,.VRS (instead of twenty, ns paid bad.
uy otlicrs,) win
be remitted by him iu case of f.iiltiro to obtain a patent,
nnd the withdrawal through him within thirty days after
tho reicction. Caveats, Specifications, Assignments, and
all necessary papers and drawings, for procuring patents t
ill this and foreign countries prepared, and advice render-
ed 011 legal and scientific matters respecting inventions,
1 and liilrmgcmcnts of patents. .
I InvcntoM can not only here obtain their specifications
on tlio most reasonable terms, but can avail themselves of j
tlio experience of twenty years' practice, an cxtcnsivo li
brary of legal and mechanical works, and correct accounts '
there, as well as all personal troublo in obtaining their pa
tents. Copies of claims of nny patent furnished by re
mitting one dollar. Assignments recorded at Washington.
It. II. UIY, Solicitor of 1'atents.
"During tho time I occupied tlio office of Commissioner
of Patents, R. H. Euuy, Esq., of Roston, did business at
the Patent Office, as Solicitor of Patents. There were few,
if nny, persons acting in that capacity, who had so much
business before the Patent Office; nnd tliero wero none
who conducted it with moro skill, fidelity and success.
rciard Sir. Eddv as ono of tho best ini'urmcd nnd most
skilful Patent Solicitors in tho United States, and have no
hesitation in assuring inventors that they cannot employ
a persou more competent nnd trustworthy, nnd moro ca
pablo of putting their applications in a form to secure for
them au easy and favorable consideration at Patent Office.
Late Commissioner of Patents,
!'R. II. Eonv, Esq., Boston, Mass,
"Sib: Your facilities for the prosecution of any busi
ness connected with tills Office, nro equal to thoso of any
other azent I am very respectfully, yours, &c.,
Commissioner of Patents,"
Boston, Sept. 1, 1353. ly-IS
"Vermont Valley Railroad Notice.
ON and after Monday, Sept. 20th, 1833, PassksoeK ,
Trains will leave Bellows Falls for Brattleboro at
! 8,55 a. tn, and 2,20 p. m. Returning, leave Brattleboro
1 at 10,40 a. m. and -1,05 p. m.
1 FitEiniiT Train leaves Bellows Falls at 5,15 p. in., and
Brattleboro nt 8,00 p. m,
Tlio two Passc'nKcr'trains over this route connect South
..r . ?f . -i ... . rt! 0.11 1
with tho Vt. and Mass.. and Connecticut River Railroad
to Springfield, Hartford, Now Haven and Bridgeport, dl- ,
rcct to N.cw York. On tho North with tho Rutland and
Burlington, Sullivan, Vermont Central, Vermont & CaU- 1
ad, Conu. aud Passumpsie Rivem Railroads, forming di- j
rcct communication with Whitehall, Saratoga acil Schc- ,
nccbidyj St Johnsbury and tho Whlto Mountain t Bur- 1
llngtou and Rouse's Point, Ogdcnsburg and Montreal. ,
I . li. wllANDt.1.11, bup't.
September, 1853. 5-
E ttie sulwcribcra being appointed by tho Hon. Pro-
1 V bato Court for tho District of Wcstminter, Com
inissioucrs to receive, examine and adjust tho claims aud
demands or alt persons ugaiust the estate ci
O III N NIOHOL
lato of Athens Ta said District, deceased, nnd also all
claims nnd demands; exhibited in offset tlieicto; nnd six
months from tho 31st day of August last beius allowed by
said Court for that purpose, Do hereby give notice that
wo will nttend to the business of our said appointment at
! tho late dwelling house of the deccasod in said Athens, on
tlio last Tuesday or tcuruury next, Horn u o'ciock A. 31.
! l.n l,.u( Tno.l r IVIiritui'v imrl frnitl 0 n'pln.'L- A
to 1 o'clock P. M.
Athens, Sept. 20th, ljB.53.
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R fl N T f. AT P A "D T. O !
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T COUNTRY itllMiCIIAKTS!
BOSTON BUSINESS CA11DS.
Tub undersigned, JIEIlCltANTS, JIANUFACTU
REUS, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS,
nrc now prepared with FULL STOCKS of all goods iu
their respective departments, peculiarly suited to tho wants
of COUNTRY DEALERS.
The l irgo and varied assortment which tho 1J0STON
market affords to purchasers, presents a superior oVnor.
..frnivr80100110"- , ,
lUl.UlyltANrS aro assured or nuv ilptpi-niinntlfin In
please, if possible, both old and new customers, wlio aro
respectfully invited to examine our several STOCKS AND
Tremont Terapld Music Store,
80 TUEJIONT STU12ET, UOSTON,
MUSICAL IMRUMENTS, SIMMS, FOREIGN
4 JIUSIO, &c,
Instruments JLVc, Repaired, Tuned, Uotlgliti Soid 6r
mA J. white.! Ai WAnnr..v witiTti;
joht a. Whipple"
96 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON,
Received n I'lt Il 31KI)Ali nt the U'orld's I'nln
Oil huntings Ucstorcd.
FAMILY PORTItVrrS, or other pictures that have been
torn or deuced i tunc or accident can be perfectly re
stored bv tho sub
ribcr, who will take pleasure iu show-
ing spcciincns anjrcferrin
to tlio tirst gentlemen and nr
tists ot ISoston.
20 I NEP.r.ANI) STItliUT.
tv. L L E N & CO.
Importers nnd Didcrs iu FORF.IOX AND DOJIESTIO
WOOLENS, VIH'INGS, TAILORS' TRIM.MINOS, and
LlNi;. TIIIUIAUS, for Tailors' and Clothiers' use; and
for Cloth nnd leather Sewing JIachincs,
8!) Milk, nml 10 Atkinson Streets.
BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS
HENRY Xi. DAGGETT,
Offers a hryo and coinplcto nssortuient of Hoots, Shoes
'nnJltmiuKus, adapted to tho PALL T RADII.
Also, SOTill Ial'lATJlKIt, nnd Coods of every descrip
tion wanted by Shoe Manufacturers, nt tlio
lowest price, for cash.
No. 20 KII.IIY STKKIJT,
Opposite Ccntrnl st, Iloston.
WHAT CAIff BE 2iLD
At A. Yi. POLLARD'S, 0 Court st. Iloston.
JIii.itAiiY Cloths and Trimmings.
Sword:", Ep'iulcttcs, Sashes, Army Laces, &c.
Hkiiama Goods, with "Laces, Staiu and Emhi.v.ms.
Tiii:vtiiicai. CosTi'Misa Autici.ik, with Lacks, &c, &c.
Fencing Foils, JIasks and 1 little Swords.
H.VNxnt Silks, Fnixma nnd Tassels, He.
Ornamental Trimmings for Engine Companies.
United States Flags, and Decorations, &c.
Ri:ow.ia and Jkwkls for all the '-OniiERS."
JIasoxic C.uti'ETS, Diplomas and Hooks.
Hallot Hoxes and llu.ns, Oavew, &c. &c.
If you want an article you do not know where to find,
uirect your orders as above, unk 1'hicei;xi.y!
PHILLIPS & MOSELEY,
Importers & Dealers in liar Iron, Stool, Hoops,
Itoils, Shapes, Axlotroos and
(Removed to tho new Store opposite Arcli Wharf,)
jiiiIYE3?S 4 GiLS FIXTURES
JIanufaclurcd by A. J. OAVUTT, 12 Hawkins street,
.ate Houses with Gas Fixtures.
NEW STYLE OF HAIR WORK, WIGS, &c.
Manufactured U- K. CANKG ATY. Aim Canegaly's
tlio best iu use.
For particulars, &c, address E., CANEGALY, 1-17
Washington St., opposite the Old South Church,
BOOTS i!3?JE SSSOES.
C. &c M. COX,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS, SHOES AND
Nos. SO mill 28 Ccntrnl Street,
Havoon hand a stock of the best manufacture, which they
will sell ut the lowest price iu tho market, for cash.
JAMES FRENCH &. CO
No. 7S WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, Dealer
in l'nnor. Pens, Itoolis & Stalioiivrv, of ev-
J' neiy, i noiesaic ana jmau av me ioktm pnecs.
EASTMAN &. FELLOWS,
80 11 r ond Street, Tilden Illnch',
Invite the attention of the Couxthy Tn.VDK, to one of the ,
best selected Stocks of Groceries in tins city. As our terms
aro cash down nud no grumbling, we arc not obliged to
cbargo an extra profit to guarantee bad debts ) our motto
is large sales and small profits, Call and examine before
p(licl.aiirKi ns wo do not intend to 1hj undersold by nny
other hunso in our litie. Country Produce sold on Comt
I R O H .
Pennsylvania Hoilm- Iron,
quality, iiiffisn Plate, Sheet and Jloiter Iron, a great
variety of diinensfyns of ordinary, best, and extra quail-,
ties, Tacit Irn and Tack lMntcs ; also Shor-
el and Scythe IroL of superior quality. Ameuioax and
Scotch P10 IaoK, for salo by '
1MCIEST !fc lYMKG, 02 & 91 Water st. 1
STB 3x1c I Zi PLilTES I
AN If INDKlillll.U INK, I
F'or Marking Clothing, Books, Cards, &c. All kinds of t
Stencil Plates, Aljhabets and Figures made to order, A-
.nlicd in inv nart of tlio United States nnd Can- 1
Sda. Audnss S M. JIIETCAI.l', 45 1-2 Sa
lem St., Kooh.
r.VLIi $TY1,E OF HATS FOB
ON HAND, FOI) SALE, AND MADE TO ORDER, BY
12 1 lit Franklin Avenue,
Tiuif uook rnoM coubt sfntcf,
lists l5onovutd,)ilo Thin Hats llleach'd, Pressed &Trlmd.
A. F. BAltl'LETT, Manufacturer and Invent-
.i iiI.hawii U'itftitvnv Ri'atiEntW Siintfi.itl,'n
or of tho well known WaSiiIXCTOn Si'sresnOl SuoUldku ,
Ua-vrE, forGmtlemcn, Jjadles,anu ihiiaren; niso x-iiemi- ,
um Tbdsses nd Suitokteks, has removed to I
No. 18(1 Wufchington st, (oppoaito Marlboro Hotel.)
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in j
CROCKERY, CHINA, GLASS WARE and
Hos. 18 & SO MEUCIIANTS' KO'.
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INS. CO.
NKWAItlC, N. J. Accumulated Fund,'$l,5oO,OD2,
BOSTON AGENCY, . .
iie IT State si. J. B. PftlNCF,, Astta.fcAttorney.
Medical lUaminerY). H- Stoker, M. P.. UlWinterlSt
SAFPORD, BROOKS 6c OOj,
No. 1 Blacksione, 2 & 4 Foiros,' and 2 Snou and
IxiriiEa Stbeets. Importers and Dealers iu
SHOE BINDINGS, and Mauufac
tmcrs of I.EATlIKlt.'
ParticiiUr attention paid to getting up different machines
used l.y tho trade, viz: Rolling, Splitting ft Crimp
ing machines, &c. All articles in our lino at
tho lowest prices for casli. , ,
Paints, Medicines, Dye Stuff, &c.
A.JL. CUTIER, 43 INDIA STREET. Boston.
CURAT ItAUOAIIVS IX lIAIVOS TV
Publisher of SHEET MUSIC & MUSIC BOOKS,
1 1 fi WASHINGTON STREET,
Has in Store n full Stock of l'u
riusra and Ri.eu Or.o.ixs, for Salo at 10 to $150, or to
affords a rare opportunity for'lhnso in want to lnakoa saU
.5 per quaner. ijio large number offered
' 1V'lclor? e0'ce. the person Wring should wish
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
NeW nml tfcc'ontUlinnil Machinery at nil 1escfln
tloits nnu prices, bnuclit mid sold bv
IVATIIAW IIASKIiVS, lUncIiinu KroKcr,
10, 51 A- 5 Ilnvcrhlll, & 0, 8, 7 & 0 Trnversc sti.
2? tr m, B E 3R. I "
WILLIAM PEARCE, 33 & 35 Congress" street
Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, Torco Pumps, Fountains, Cop
per Pumps, Water Closets and Water Fixtures, of c cry
description, manufactured nud set up in the very best
JAMES H. HALLETT &, CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
tcatlicrs, Matrasses, Ilcddin
CURLED HAIR, MOSS, &o.
No. 10 DOCK SQUAKEj
Jtatratses & iJeds cleansed & refitte.1 in superior manner.
PLAIN : OUXiUIUM'ApllXJlAXSHIP.
Also Ic Ui'tnviiiK k Itook-ncopiu, tnuglit
by tho subscribew, wlio challenge the world to
surpass or equal them,
Charge for instructing persons for Teachers only $25.
Addict A. Hi DUN'l'ON, SClilllXJUU &i COi
228 VishiiiKton sticct, Iloston.
BOOK AGENTS WANTED,
To Sell FROST'S' Hew PICTORIAL HlSIdR? of
tho UNITED STATES',
Containing over 1000 pages, magnificently illustrated,
with 000 engravings, nnd bound in a maimer unequalled
for durability mid finish, IWlirncra rrny Item of his
tory up to tho present time, unhiding the Administration
of 1853. For Circular of the work, nddrcss Jiaylon $
Wvnlworth, Fublisliers( H(i AV:iliintoii s,t.
Plates, Cases, Frames. Lockets. Chemicals, and everr do-'
i scription of Goods ued in the Dagdcrrcotypo business, at !
tlio lowest casli prices, timers promptly attended to. 1
IdfA supply of the celebrated "II. 15." Plates constant
ly on hand.
jno- Sawyer & Co., 123 Washington street.
JOHN SAWYEIl. (IKO. S. DBYANT.
PATENT GUTTA PERCHA
For PUMPS, AQUEDUCTS, &c., and GUTTA
PERCHA BANDS for LIFTING PUMPS,
For Sale to tho Trade, by
CIIAKI.nS STODDUit, 75 Kilby street, Huston.
B E I VI H S & EOISS,
JIanufacturcrs & Wholesale Dealers in
Nos. 87 Jlilk V C Atkinson sts, (up stairs.)
AL-OUSTINE S. HEM IS.
i.kwis n. noise.
LEAD-PIPE & SHEET LEAD.
Patent improved LEAD PIPE & SHEET LEAD, maim-
factured and for salo at tlio lowest casli prices; by
No. 23 WAT Hit sTltfiiri', (Oppo"'Tto SlmuiuiiVLb )
DANIEL J. CARRUTH,
TobaCCO, SllllfT, ClgafS, I'ipCS, IVillCS,
PORTER, CIDER, &c, Wholesale & Retail. .
Nos. 19, 51 nnd 53 lU.ACKSTONi: STKKirT.
SAMUEL PAGE, Manufacturer of
PAINT OIL, MACHINE OIL, TANNERS' OIL, ItOSIN
OIL, & nitlGIIT YAHNISII, 22 Chnthnm st.
C A R PE T I N G S"
CARPETINGS, WINDOW SHADES AND FIXTURES,
MATTING, BOOKING, RUGS, MATS, &c.
KLOOU AND TARI,E OIL CLOTHS, CHEAP FOR CASH, AT
I. JIAUTIN'S, 103 Ilnnover street, Iloston.
Ohij's Gloiljiotj, ii)qnifneiii'j exfjsslij
for 11)4 Velu 1)3131)5 1eiqil JrqOc.
Seqlcrs bill firj5 ini gioclt ii)t)?i)!)HiJ
lurfli, coipph'si'ng cbeH) orq5i qi)0 bqh'ei
of &oih, froh) luliici) pileetIoi)3 cqi) oa
hwJi io givaf q5bji)lfl3 for jlje Jqsfeh);
3Dc8fch), IfoHlKhi, or SoqJIjcl-n Hefs,
1)1)5 ilfioi) h)02t libchl IcHi)?.
?ilso, n eoii)(ilcfi5 qsjoHiflciif of Get)ili
h)i)'s qi)5 tJoiillj's Eiirijisljirifj GooOs, &c.
ji'qbcllcl'S li)0t l)Ji' pi'OJiilv, qf q Iqo
h)ei)f'3 ijoiicj, colnplcf otiffiis foh iije
?qHol. ol- il)i ai-qbjli)0 Hoofo. $o;
Ijjqbicl- gqHi):qls for joih)Clj!f)g.
Sirqnfl'fS i) I') cliii, 5ti)lljlii:q qi)5
J!j$'u$, sil'a iilbifcO io bkli Hjis rjrqf
33. BO & US flotfl) gil-ccf,
REiIl3VAIj Tho subscribci-s have jemoTed from
Water s,et to the New and Spacious Store, .
NOS. 17 & .10 FUD1JKAI, STIIUUT,
Where tlicv will continue tlio IMFOHTINO & JOBBINO
DRY GOODS & CAIlPin? BUSINim
McGILVKAY, WVItlAN A: CO.
DISEASES OF" THE SKIltf. I
j VST DIt. CHAIvLUS A. PHELPS, JVo 5 Itcuch st, j
near Washington Street, Boston. With general practice,
Dr. Phelps, Slnco his return, from Europe, gives srecut ,
nttentlftn to all Diseases or tub Ski.v. ,
I BOSTON CARRIAGE DEPOSITORY. '
S. S ISOWS3, . 1
Commission Dealer in Carriages, Sleighs, Harnesses, Buf-1
falo, Fox, Wolf, Bear llobcs, &o. j
Liberal Cash Advances mado on the same.
I Nos. 1 19 nud 151 Merrimack street, Iloston.
I SCALES AND BALANCES,
JONES & PIinSTON, Manufacturers, 7 Market Square.
Corbet's Sbnkcr Compound Syrup of Snrsnpniilln,
nnii Iliown's Sbnker Fluid ExtmCt of Unglisfi
nnd Dunn's Ithcnra'titic Pills,'
For stile uy MAYIVAItU & NO YES,
11 MERCHANTS ROW, BOSTON,
Solo Agents for tho United Stales and Canadas. Abo by
all the Principal Wholesale Druggists in tho Cities.
IICItSSON TYPE FOliNI)KY(
No. 02 VTnviiliiKton Street, Iloston.
Printing Typo, and all other kinds of Printing Jtalo
rials, of superior quality, at tho lowest prices; tor salo as
above, by lMIULI'S & D ALTON, (Successors to S
JUDE SNOW &. O. C. HALL,
importers, Jobbers and Retailers of
European & Domestic DRY GOODS, CARPET
ING anci FLOOR CLOTHS,
iXos. 120 J- 123 JIanovcr st, (oil No. 01.)
FASHIONABLE SHAWM, SILKS & DRESS GOODS.
HENRY C. ALuijORN,
niusicnl Iiisii'mncuts, Willow lihskcts,'
FANCY QOOtlS, TtfTS AND OUTLF.IiY,
No. 00 KII.IIY STItnUT, (ncnr Milk M.) IIOSTON.
Who were In Government vessels on tho coast of Califor
nia from the commencement of tlio War with Jlcxieo un
til February, 185-', or during nny part of that time, can
now obtain I3XTKA PAY bapplying to
20 IIAII.UOAI1 UXCIIANfiK, in person or by letter.
GOODSFEED & WYMAN,
K4St rACTVKERS Of ,
Cylinder Saws, Bowl Machines, Tub and Pail
Jlacliincry, Woodworth's VlaniKg JIachincs, imprnviHlj
Jlatcii Kox, Clothes Pin, Pall Handle nnd Oago Lathes.-
BOSTON LAMP DEPOT!!!
BURNING FLUID, CAJIPHENE & LAJIPSof every
scription. AlsoOns l'i Mil res in great vnricty, n
ufacturol and SOLD CHEAPER than nny house in New
SMITH & TARBELL, 19 Washington street.
FRENCH OHIff A, BOHEMIAN GLAS WARE
lilCII FANCY fcOOfrfc, V.
Alfred Ooulns. Jr.,' hnpuiter, Ho. til 31 tilt st.
French China of every description; Itoliemlan, French &
English Olas-warc. Terra-coftii ware, Dresden C'liiua,'
UAIvfPS; PRISMS, Hoc.
"Ajl2NTS AVAATICD to sell NEW I?OOk3
and other nrticles prc.it inducements offered. . Ad.lix'ss,'
lwft paid, JOEL FOSTER, Biieccssor to II. B. Skinner,'
108 IIANOYKK STItHHT.
nidi iviuitcd lo act as Agents for tho salo of.
valuable Cheap Publications) and other Saleable .articlesnf
new invention. Th6 htrgest commission allowed, or a sal
ary of $300 a year guaninltcd without risk. For partic
Dn: HUHCHSTEAb SKINNER, Hostos. Dox 2100.'
WHITING, KEHOE" & GALLOUPE,
anI) iMi'oitTuns or
I'll UN I SUING (JOOl)Sj
No. ll rKDHKAIi, near ?III,K Struct,'
NOS. 85 & 87 COL'ltT STItUUT,'
Constantly on hand, the best ICI3 CllKAJI, 1'llllli
and Fancy CAKIIS, kc. 'B'alile )i'ii:iiiicnlsJ
of every description, supplied at the shortest notice.
iTa &UER RE OTYPE &
JIASUItY As SILSIlin:, at)9J WnshiiiKton s,t., .
havo tlio Largest Skylights, Superior Instruments and
Jlpparaw, and is tlio most extensive n.iguer
rcotype establishment iu the world,
s. MASfRY. (Successor to Chase.) a. sr. siLsnLX.
ft(.ir Hair Store, apd ptrgant Suit of Rooms'.
V. KUUIES, 10 Trcmont sirrui,
WIG MAKER for LADIES & GENTLEMEN.
Inventor of the celebrated Consumer Ventilating f'ig
Elastic Hand Toupees, and manufacturer of every de
scription of OnxAMK.vr.VL Haiii Woitic for Ladies & Gen
tlemen. Tho light gossamer fabric, natural curled hair, perpet
ual fit, no shrinking, and natural appearance, h no stainp
ed its superiority over all tlic world. Call at C KlR.MEb,
IO Trcinoiil st, (next the Museum) Roston, Mass:
E. B. HORN, 18 Hanover Street.
IMVENTOR, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Horn's Patent Shadowles CAMPHENE LAMPS;
the best and safest Lamp iu use Also, all kinds of
S O L' A R LAMPS.
The Boston and Chelsea Paper Co;
BIK1MIIA.1I & PALMlilt, Proprietors,
Manufacture & offer at Wholesale & Retail, every variety of
ROOM TAKERS, BORDERS, CURTAINS, &o:
Nos. 3 & 1 Union lilock, 51 A- 53 Union st,
Otis jiEimi.VM. (near Hanover st.) 11. K. vr, i'.vwiku."
HOOKS, SASHES, BLIXDS, ACi
G. & J. KENDALL, 25 Charlestown st, Bostoii;
J. E9. ElikiS fit CO.
NO. a UNION STItEKT,
Havo fur salo, on tho best terms, a general assortment of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
They are also Agents for Swnim'srelcbrated Panacea nnd
Vermifuge, and tlio best Patent Medicines.
Potash ft Ptarlash by retail'.
S. II. GltEGOKV & CO.
WHOLFSAI.F, AGENTS OF CHAIITF.R. PAPFR CO.'
'h & S5 COI'IIT STItKKT,
S. II. Gregory. BOS TO 0. W. Bobinspn:
V. It. PAMIEH,
AlYCEniOAH NSWSPAPEn ACcEtlT,'
SCOLLAY'S BUILDING, COUltT ST., BOSTON,
Ta il.n Anrnt for tho best NcwsrlaUc'rs of all tho Cities and
principal Towns of all tlio States of the Union nnd th
lintisti provinces, cmpowercu uy me i ropnciura iu
contracts at their lowest rates, and his receipts' aro regar
ded as payments
ETTq Public Institutions, Reading Rooms,
Club's, &C. as well as to Individuals, this Agency prc-
n ,.Af.vAiif nl nnrl snfn means of KllbsCribinl fori Or
' advertising in any hrab'r 6f the beet Nervspapersofthb
j SSJSSX '
. Farmers, Manufacturers' and others,
"Ivhowlsh to advertiso their Farm3, Stock, or any oilier
thing in the newspapers of surrounding towns, or in any
other part of tho country, nro informed that they can do
$6 at t)iO office of V. II. Palmer, Scollay's Building, Vos
ton, as ho Is tho niltllOl izql Agttllt Of tho lCSt
papers of tho wholo country.
Ho also receives subscriptions for newspapers.
I3T Orders sent to limi by ExpreSa tr mail, will bd
carefully and promptly attended to.
SCOLT.AY'S UUIhUlNG, COL'nT STj HOSTON.
Printers and Pubiishers.
THE Undersigned Js ft manufacturer of Printing Ink;
of every color and quality, which ho knows to bo
equal to any manufactured, and which he will sell nt tho
lowest prices for Cash. As ho is determined that his Ink
$hall recommend itself, ho only solicits one trial of it, re
lying upon iti own ni6rits. . f.
Extra fine jet black Ink for Card and A ood-cut print
ing; extra black Book and Ncws.Ink of Superior quality.;
also colored Inks of every Taricfy.
S. M. PettexoiIx & Co., 10 State street, Boston
agents for the New England States. .
0111.M Tn pom 1KB fin flnM .. N. York.
Publishers of Newspapers inserting tills advertisement,
..(.'.JI., (1,1a nnrnrrrnnh In lllfi amount of S2 and SClld-
OIILUlSWit Ul.u..' I " - - - . ' t
inc S5 and a paper containing it, we will send 35 jiounds
of News Ink. B. M. rETTENGILL'& CO.,
iu Dtaio Brcei, uoi..