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French Merino Buck "Klnff of
In a previous number of the New
England Cultivator, wo gave a brief ac
count of the importation of fine French
Merino Sheep, belonging to S. V.
Joivctt, Esq., of Wcybridgc, Vt., and
above wc present our readers, this month,
with n fine likeness of a choice buck of
this variety, drawn by Durivage and en
graved by Fox, expressly lor our columns
That this species of Sheep, (which
Information for Farmers.
In agriculture, as in all other employ
ments, if we would pursue it, or in other
words, have . thorogh knowledge of its
theory, that wc may obtain thai infor
mation, wc should furnish ourselves with
books of the best authors on that subject,
and nt least, with one periodical, devo
ted to agriculture, and study them atten
tively, and then wc shall bo prepared to
perfect our knowledge by experience.
There arc at this cnligtcned day, strong
prejudices against book-farming as it is
termed. I pity the stupidity of the man
who thinks that if we use books, we
must shut our eyes against the light that
is beaming upon us Iroiu all other sour
ces. What is book-farming? It is
learning by means of books, new facts,
opinions, and the result of experiments,
nod diirurent modes of operation, and wt;
ran use such parts of the information
thus obtained as best suits our situations.
If wc would acquire the appellation of
n good farmer, and so pursue the occu
pation as to make it plcmnntan 1 profit
able, wo must study its theory until we
nttain u thorough knowledge of all its
various branches. We must learn tin
nature and properlies'of soils, know their
wants and how to perpetuate their fer
tility. J bo study of agriculture as a
science, and its pursuit as an employ
ment, 1 deem admirably calculated to
produce individual happiness. It leads
the mind nway from the turmoil and
bustle of many other pursuits, and places
a reliance on individual exertion and the
blessings of licuxcn. In the labor of the
field under the blue canopy above, when
the breeze is pure and refreshing, there
is that freedom from tho cares and per
plexities of this world, that is seldom
enjoyed in any other pursuit. J. G. J.
DON'T KILL THE BIRDS.
I1Y A. TODD.
Notwithstanding much has been said
and written in regard to the destruction
of the feathered tribe, it may not be out
of place to revivo it occasionally in the
hearing ol those who are prone to lc-
slioy these harmless and musical little
warblers. Did every one Iovo birds as
well as I do, did ccry ono delight in
hearing their merry and gladsome notes,
few would be the birds destroyed on the
farmers premises. Hut cruel as it is to
take the life of the birds that build their
nests and rear their young among the
hhrubbcry around our meadows and
pastures, and even under our very win
dows, I have myself, in days gone by,
been guilty of such acts of cruelty.
Gladly would I, if I could, restore to life
every innocent bird 1 have been guilty
of destroying, but it is now loo late.
For mere sport, multitudes of the
feathered tribe aro destroyed by the gun
of fowler. For having been guilty ol
such acts, 1 almost think 1 cun, in part,
excuse myself, from the fact that 1 was!
taught to believe that birds were great
depredators, Tho king-bird must be
killed because he caught the honey bee ;
the black-bird and brown thicsher must
be destroyed becuuso they pulled up the
limner's corn, and so on, different birds
doing different kinds of mischief ; and for
this reason littlu partiality was shown
and 1 thought the more were the birds
killed the less would tho farmer's corn
bo destroyed. Philosophical reasoning,
truly! lean call to mind many times
when I have been well nigh affected to
tears in witnessing tho death struggles
of the little warblers that have fallen at
my foot, pierced with luadeu missiles
Often have I called to mind what L'Es
trange in his Fables, says in regard to
the observation made by the frogs to some
frolicsome boys" Children, you do not
consider, that though this may bo sport
to you, it is death to us."
Like other boys, I was fond at sport,
notwithstanding such sport resulted in
the death of those creatures that had an
undoubted right to live. I will mention
an instance, or on incident thai 1 wit
nessed in my spotting days that cured
mo of indulging in the cruel habit. It
used to be rare sport for me to "bark"
squirrels from limbs of tall trees with the
single bullet, or seer their tails from
their bodies and let them go free. On
one occasion, as a pretty red squirrel sal
eating his nuts, with his bushy tail spread
over liis back, I fired n bullet, und not
only Beveicd his tail, but inflicted a dcntli
vound in the hind pari of his body . Ne-
biiuii i lorgeinow my Jcclings were
wrot,t upon, as the littlo fellow fell
to the grou,,d. H.mt a .(lfu, ,0()k
uiu noast his eyes towards mi nml
with his v
'ntc nrnvs miei-il rr ... ..,;
seemed to b.y What have J done ?
Need I uy t ik WUi t1Q ,a8t timo ,
indulged in this c.lt. epott
Sporting for plea,re nnj destroying
the innocent creatures ,mg nudtf
(and for which he has p.ided ample
have been selected by Mr. Jewctt with
ri.nl mik nnil nt mnvv cost.) Will prove
n mncl v.'lllinll O addition tO tllC StOC.k
nruv hrcil at the north and cast, there
rnn llO Tift ilntibt. All tho uood points
and most desirablo qualities arc exhibi
ted in this superior stock and wc trust
that the enterprise and risk of the impor
ter will bo handsomely r.ompensaico,
hereafter, by extended sales of this stock
and their progeny. Illustratiu i. iu
rnnnri is indeed a cruel pleasure. To
mo it seems right to spare the creatures
he has made, (especially the buds,) inns
much us every thing was made for some
nood and wise purpose. The earth is
wide, and room enough for them and us.
Each have their privileged space and
11 Ila that liiinli
Or harmt lliem there, I. tmlty or a wnj,
Duturbi th' eeononiy of nelure'a realm,
Wlto, when alia formed, delimited them ao abode.'
iV. E. Farmer.
Cornwall, June 5. 1652.
Mri. F.ditoh :
On my recent return from Hartford
with a new lot of French Merino Lambs,
I was detained nt Holland, where I hail
the pleasure of meeting Col. Hale, the
owner of the Horse " Green Mountain
Morgan," which attracted so much at
tention nt the State Fair. I also saw
tho horse, and my impression as to his
great value was fully confirmed. lie is
in excellent order, ami I have no doubt
that ho nnd Black hawk nre tho two best
Horses in the United States. Col. Halo
intends to keep him nt Rutland during
the season, and though I nm a strong
friend of Mack Hawk, I cannot rcfrnin
from informing my brother framcrs of
tho vicinity of this powerful animal, and
that nur county agriculturists to have the
benefit of his services for tho improve
ment of their stock. It is certainly for
the interest of our county to encourage
the introduction of this branch of the
Morgan family, as well as the other;
and I hopo the expectation of having
this horse pcrmancntlv in our county
may be realized, as it certainly will bo,
as I am informed, if our farmers will give
linn the proper encouragement.
Very respectfully, A. h. Uinouam,
Some over-wise neonlc have nn 'ulna
that when a trco gels mossy and bark
bound tho latter but another term for
tho want of growth anil weakness, con
seqneut upon neglected cultivation it
is only necessary to slit tho bark up nnd
down the stem with n jack-knife, and it
will at once spread out and grow. This
is sheer nonsense. Dig about nnd cul
tivate the roots, nnd tho bark will take
care of itself, with a scraping off the
moss, and a washing or the stem with
ley or soap suds or chamber slops, which
last is (liiitcas L'ood. The increased flow
of tho sap, induced by a liberal feeding
of the roots, will do its own bursting of
tho ' hide bound' bark, which is simply
its enfeebled condition us a consequence
of its root. IVo ono thinks of iiirnini'
out a bony, half-starved calf in the
spring, into tho clover field, with tho
skin on its sides all split through with a
knife in order to ndd to its growth. And
this last proposition is quite as sensible
nnd philosophical as the other. Nature
takes care of itself in thesn nnriimilnr.
Sap in plenty is what the blood is to an
imals. Its vigorous flow icache.s every
part of its composition, and gives to each
u proper piay and lauetion. Wc can
show frequent instances of a decrepit,
sluiveled branch, by tho throwing open
and manuring ol the roots, anil a tho
rough pruning of the whole top, increas
ing from nu inch to two inches diumetur
in n single season ; und without assis
tance as it gruw, bursting und throwing
off its old contracted bark as freely as
the gmwlh of a vigorous aspnragiis shoot
would develop itself iluri OL' n wnrni
shower in May. Such nostrums are
only tho invention of tlm hem I tn nr. :
the laziness of tho hands Am. Arm'
Tub Merchant's Clkiik and the
I'i.ow hoy Under this head Hunts
Merchant s Magazine utters tho fol-
lowing just and truo sentiments. They
descrvo to be read and tri!nsiiriil lit- n, ,,...
individual in the community especially
uiosu vwio nuvesons in wnoso luture wel
fare and usefulness thev feel an intnmci .
" Thejyoungman who leaves the fnrm
ficld for the merchant's desk or tl lit 1 ri r
yor'n or doctor's oflicc, thinking to dig-
iiny or cunouie ms ton, makes a sad
mistake. He passes, bv tlmt Ktnn frm,.
independence to vassalage. Ho barteis
9 J ------ - I 1 will
a natural lor an artificial pursuit, and ho
must be tho slave ol the caprico of cub
tomcis nnd the chicane of trade. Tho
more artificial a limit's miranit ,l,n ,,.
I debasing ii in morally and physically
To test it, contrast the merchant's clerk
I ana tlie plow-boy. The former ma
have the most exterior iw.l.J, r,.,t
latter under its rcugh outsidepossesses
the truer stamina. Ho is the frcer.frunk-
cr, happier, and nobler mnn. U'.,i.i
- r ... i I VIIIU
that young men might judgo of tho dig.
my oi iuuur uy na useiuiness and man
liness, rather than by the superficial
glosses it wears. Therefore, we never
see a man's nobility in kid gloves nnd
toilet adornments, but in that einewv
turn, whose outlines, browned by the sun
betokens a linrily, honest toiler, under
whoso former or mechanic's vest tlici"
kindhes, heart may bent.
The VVny I made my Fortune.
Three of us were silting in n small room
and complaining of the hardships of our
' Without money one can do nothing,' said
George; were 1 to hit upon a peculation
that would have done honor to n Rothschild,
coining from a pauper like myself, no one
would think it worth attending to.'
' I, sail Albert, have nctually finished
a work which would establish my reputa
tion as an author, if I could Hud a booksel
ler to buy it.'
' 1 have petitioned my employer for an
increase of salary,' I exclaimed, anxious to
contribnto my share to the chorus of laman
tation : 1 and he told me that for lurty loms
a year he could get mure clerks than he
'It would not so much matter,' said
George, thoughtfully, ' if besides being poor
: dul not seem poor. Could one of us
only bo thought rich'
What is the use of the shadow without
the substance V
'Ofcvciy use,' said Albert. 'I agree
with George the shadow soinelhnos makes
the substance. The next best thing to cup
ital is credit.'
' Especially,' returned George, ' the cred
it of bavins a cood fortune. Have none of
us a rich uncle in India !'
'A cousin of mine went to Jamaica, or
Martinique, I furget which,' I said innocent
ly, ' and did not iclurn.'
' Capital 1 That is all ono requires,' ex
claimed George : ' we Hill conjure up this
cousin of yours or could uc nut kill hunt
Yes; James Mcran of Martinique, deceas
ed, leaving a sugar plantation, a hundred
negrods, and a fortune of a hundred thou
sand loins to his well beloved cousin, Louis
We laughed at the joke, nnd thought no
more of it; hut George and Albert slight
ly excited by the tunics ot a bowl ol punch
which I had scut fur to do honor to tho tes
tator lost no time in concocting and after
wards publishing a full account, in lucnl
uewspuper, of tho fortune that had been
Tho next day, sundry friends dropped in
to compliment me. Of course, I endeavor
ed to undeceive them, but they would not
take a denial. In vain I assured tbein it
was u hoax ; it was of no use. Several
people remombere d my cousin James very
well, and had r-ecu him at Nantes before he
embarked m 17KI). Among others came
my tailor, to whom I owed a small sum
u'lucn it was not quite convenient lur me
to pay at that lime. No doubt I lie rumor
of my cmiBin's decease had sharpened his
memory. I wished my two friends a place
which shall he nameless.
' Good morning, Air. Mayer; I suppose
you are coino fur those fifty francs V
' 1 hope sir, you don't think 1 came fur
such a trifle as that. No, sir ; I came to
take you orders for an entiro suit of mourn
in,..' ' A suit of mourning I'
'Yes sir; cumin's mourning. Dark
bronze frock, for morning wear, black trou
sers and waistcoat.
' ltut, at the present moment, Air. May-
' 1 hope, sir, I have dnne nothing to for
feit your patronage.'
'Hut, 1 repeat, I have received no money
' 1 hope, sir, you wont mention such a
thing; there is no sort of hurry,' exclaimed
the tiuUir ; who busily employed himself in
taking my measure.
After all, my wardroho did want some
few additions, and 1 bind nothing more to
' My dear sir,' said the next visitor, ' I
hare a very great favor to request of you.
l!uy my house. You are very rich; you
must be on tho look out for safe and lucra
tive investments. Sixty thousand francs
are nothing for you a mere fraction of
your income. With rue tho case is d lifer
ent. I thought Mr. Felix had made up his
mind to purchase the premises, and now 1
hear he hits changed Ins intention. What
is to become of me I I have heavy de
mands to meet, and 1 don't know where
the money is to come from.'
I buy your house? It would be mad
ness to think of the thing.'
' You could not find a better investment
anywhere. In two years, with trilling re
pairs, it will be worth double the preeent
value; vou will never see such a good op.
porluuily again. Say 'done,' and 1 am olT.'
And he uas off, without leaving me time
to put in a word.
Two hours after, in walked Mr. Felix,
evidently not in the best of tempers,
' Really sir,' ho began, ' you have taken
me quite by surprise. That house is iiidis
pensible to me ; I reckoned on it as if it
were mine, and only offered fifty thousand
francs, because the owner is embarrassed,
and 1 felt sure that he would be obliged to
take them. With you, sir, the case is dif
ferent ; so I come lo ask if you will let me
have it for soventy-five thousand francs.'
Fiflcon thousand fr.iucs, dropping all at
once into the lap of a poor fellow who had
lo work hard to gain eight hundred francs
a year I I could hardly believe my ears.
' 1 cannot give you an answer just now,
sir,' 1 said ; ' but if you will lako the trou
ble to call again at five, I will sec what I
At a quarter to five Mr. Felix made his
appearance. I spoke to him with perfect
' 1 should tell you sir, that I had no in
tention of buying tho house until the own
er prevailed on mo to do so. You say you
want the house; any other will suit me
equally as well, so if you wish, 1 will accede
to your terms,'
1 You shall have a draft on Paris, for the
amount, in a fortnight,' replied Mr. Felix,
who bowed and withdrew, appaiently en
chanted with my way of doing business.'
A draft upon Paris! The circumstance
appeared so unusual to me that I thought 1
ought to bend it to Paris to get it cashed.
1 wrote accordingly to Messrs. Flanges it
Uergeret, the only firm I know there. I
was in the habit of receiving through them,
the interest of a small sum, that had been
left me by an uncle. I informed them tlut
having funds at my disposal, I wished for
information as to the best modeof inveatui"
them. 1 lie significance of the word ' funds'
rarys very much according to tho name and
position in life of the speaker. Tho rumor
of my legacy had reached Paris: so that
when I tpoke of 'funds,' it was evident that
1 meant a considerable sum. 'Plus was
proved by tho following letter, received
from .Messrs. Flanges &, Co
' Sin, Wo are in receipt of your esteem,
ed favor of the 17th current, which reached
us just after the conclusion of the last loan
negotiated by tho Corles, in winch our firm
has an interest. Desirous that our friends
should have tin opportunity of participating
in an investment which we consider profita
ble, we have taken the liberty of placing
twenty thousand piastres to your credit.
Slionl - 1 ihnt amoiV oar too considerable,
llip rwo of ihcie weurrtica admits of your
Flames & Co.'
To this was added postcript by tho
head of the firm :
We hato heard with pleasure of the re
cent good fortune that has fallen to tho lot
of our old friend and correspondent, nml
beg to offer him out services as occasion
Twenty thousand piastres I I let "the
letter fill in sheer amazement. v hat
would have been my astonishment, if, more
conversant with the terms of commerce, nnd
more attentive to the enclosed prices cur
rent, 1 had seen that what I took for the
principal, was only the yearly interest ! I
Inst no timo in writing to my correspondents
to inform them that the sum was too large.
' I received no money,' 1 said ' from Mar
tinique, nnd it would be impossible for mo
to meet my engagements.'
An answer came by return post.
' We learn, with regret, that you have
misgivings with regard to the Spanish. Ac
cording to your orders, wc have sold out
one half of the slock assigned to you, which
brings you in already a net profit of eighty
' With regard lo your property at Mar
tinique, we are too well acquainted with
the delays which bequests at such a distance
must necessarily involve, to think for n mo
ment that you can be immediately put in
possession of you inheritance ; hut your
simple signature will suffice to procure you
all the money you may require in the mean
time. Wo take the liberty of reminding
j ou of tho udvaniagc of making timely in
vestments ; lonst, when the legal arrange
ments are ended, you should find difficulty
in getting good interest for so large n capi
tal. Willi the hope that you may entertain
a better opinion of German securities than
you do of Spanish, we baud you a prospec
tus for establishing a bank nt Griinningcn.
You will please to observe, sir, that no de
posit is required, and that as calls arc made
only at long intervals, it will be easy for
you to sell your shares should you change
your mind, without having occasion to
mike any payment. e have placed lilly
shares lo your credit, and have the honor lo
Fi.anoes &. Co.
Highly thousand francs I The amount
was a perfect mystery to me; no doubt the
clerk had made rumo mistake in the fig
ures. My position was becoming really embar
rassing. Congratulations were pouring in
upon me from all directions; especially
when I made my appearance, in black from
bend to loot. The Journal de Gonbrnori
ges thought it right to publish a biographi
cal sketch of my cousin, and the editor
w rote me asking for further particulars.
1, allies connected u itli all kinds ol socie
ties, begged lhat my name might he added
lo their list of subscribers, and ihe money
that I had io pay lor postage was something
To e-cape from this avalanche of enqui
ries I hastily departed for Pans. Directly I
got there, called ou my banker, by whom I
was received as heirs to a large uiopcrty
' Sorry that you havo such a poor opin
ion of the Spanish slock,' said Monsieur
llergerci, ' for there has been a groat. rise ;
however, wo huvo only sold out half your
' Would you have the goodness to let me
know the present value of the remainder V
' Certainly, Sir ; ten thousand piastres
slock at seventy, the piastre being at five
francs, thirty-five centimes the sum already
paid being . If you sell out to-day,
jou will, will, tlic piuccuda of last sale,
hnvo from two hundred and ten thousand
to two hundred and twenty-live thousand
' Very well. You said something about
a German hank.'
'Yes; the Government made some diffi
culty about granting a charier; hut it is all
settled now, and the promised shares have
' Can I sell out V
'Certainly; you have fifly at four hun
dred and fifty llorcns profit ; that will bring
)ou in about sixty-live thousand francs, n
' Without calls for pay V
' None whatever.'
' That seems strange; but you are no
doubt well informed. 1 should like to find
a secure investment for those sums; would
)ou have the goodness to tell me what would
' You cannot find any thing better than
our own five per cents. I know of nothing
murcbucuru; at the present price of that
stock you get six per cent for your money.
I can easily understand that you should be
worried by such trilling details as these;
you will soon have more considerable bums
to look after.'
Then if I should invest the combined
produce of the German and Spanish stocks
in tho five per cents., what should I get a
het mo see. I hrce hundred thousand
francs fund at ciehtv seventeen eiiih-
teen twenty yes, twenty thousand francs
"Ah! tw;cnty thousand francs a year!
And when can the investment be made I"
"To-morrow inorniiiL': lhat is. if vou will
allow our firm, to conduct the transaction."
Certainly; m whom could inv confi
dence be better t"
The banker made a polite bow.
"And now," 1 continued, "I should feel
obliged if you would have the goodness to
advanco mo a few louis, as I am rather short
' My dear sir, all the cash I possess is at
your service. How much do you want
two hundred four hundred I"
Thank you, fifty is quite sufficient.'
' May I hope,' added tho banker when I
rose to take leave, ' that our firm may be fa
vored with acontinuance ofyour patrouaoel'
' Certainly,' I replied.
There are few moment of my life on which
I look back with more satisfaction than ou
those occupied in my interview withM. Her
geret. I doubt if I should have believed
in the twenty thousand francs a yoar, if it
had not been for the fifly napoleons.
In tho meantime, my two friends wore
shocked at the success uf their story, and
were nut a little alarmed at my sudden
journey to Paris; which was attributed by
others to legal business. George and Al
bert then began lo fear lhat I really believed
in the authenticity of ihe invention they
Three days after my return, they came to
ecu nic w nn long laces.
' My deu Louis,' said George, 'you know
your cousin is not dead 1'
" 1 cannot bo sure of thai,' I replied, fur
Iain by nu means convinced of his existence.'
'Well; but you know know that this in
heritance is only a hoax I'
4 To tell you the truth, I think we aro the
only people vv ho are of that opinion.'
' We have been very wrong to originate
such a foolish invention ; for which we are
' On ihe contrary, I am much obliged to
' Hot it is our duly to contradict it, ami to
confess lnuv foolish we hare been.'
Truth cannot long remain concealed ;
people began to wonder lhat no news came
from Martinique; the wise and prudent shook
their heads ominously when my name was
' The mos ludicrous feature ofthe caso is,'
said one, ' that he has ended by believing in
the truth of his own invention. For my part
I must say lhat I was always rather sceptical
about that inheritance.'
1 And I also,' said Mr. Felix, ' though it
has cost me fifteen thousand francs.'
On seeing a dozen letters on my lablo one
morning, I guessed that tho bubble had burst
Their contents wore much alike ; for in
' Mr. Meyer's respects to Mr. Mcran, and
having heavy payments to meet, w ill be obhg
ed by n cheque for tho amount ofthe enclos
ed.' My replies disarmed all doubts of my por
' Mr. Mcran thanks Mr. Mayor for having
at last sent in his nccouul, and encloses n
chequ o for tho amount.'
My cool and unconcerned demeanor kopt
curiosity alive for a few days longer.
' What a lucky follow 1" said one.
' Luck has nothing to do with it,' rejoined
another; he has played his cards well, and
Onco or twice, I confes that I have fell
some compunctious of conscience ; bill a
moment's reflection convinced me that my
own exertions had no share in my good for
tune, nnd that I ow ed it all to a universal pub
lie worship of the Golden Calf, and to the
truth of Albert's axiom, " tho noxl best thing
to capital is credit." .
A VILLAGE FARM
IOtt trile nillmtiiftf thft Village IMat of HV
tlttt mtikt i(iiilitl fni. tu in llm whole Wni
lit of Waupun. one of
rnnumtnf fto htindrpil irrrn PaM faint If caiiaMt of iro
facing annually five thousand butil of guild, atvtufkrfp
if anmrnfi' am) wintnr 150 head "1 lim! and rnttl. Vhp
Villata of Wuupnn rotiialnt about r?"0 mhntMt.ini. Vt ta twn
hfa HolfU and tunc fturea. Tricra m a mil road now huiM
irtff wihin about a mtla of Mid film, which will rrm'l
wuh Ronton and Nw V'ork. Thn Statu I'iinn is bui't lnrtt.
V auiun a twaiiilfVll nnd tlinrme vill ie, nnd as hrnMiv
at inv iKirtion of Nt w-Kncland. (nl I tim ia no iltntr.l
thnl it ran Ue rqu illy well managed in one fir in or a nuirbrt
of rma1lr n. Parhap it wuulri not bo too mm h to av
that mn Unf a firm, with arh a anlrniiiil Itx-atioa, hivtngall
llm advantage uf frntwl mwietj, it very .Hrfum ntfrret! fur
mm. J frm iincrai. for (attirntari pirift inquire nj
nail at olbetwwa.
FUlV'tni A STMNRIt.
Waupun, Tvnd du lac County, Wttconttn
April, loth, 150. 7Clf
Tuft's, Hunt's, and i rook's Axes,
I tilt 1184. I.W't.nON.
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Wl, hH.r i I
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are mtnuftrttm (I
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rurimhtna Oooj., a. u.u.l.
W. T. BL'K.MI VM, seni.
April, lH. T
I IN VALID P.ICDS'l EM).
11)K ndvaniespa of it.it, over "nJiimrr Bedstead are :
I'utt. '1 be manner of ipmoving tin- p.iint from the
bed. Tlila it effected by turn tot: a crank, tbut elevating
and tiiapimding tbo patient at tteatui fur the purpoee of
adjutltng, changing ind ventilating tha uudtr hrddms ; to
relieve tb paiifnt from tbo react tun ut morbid animal heat,
and give him the gieateat feciMiet lor eieietory evacua
tion. Second. To el' r it a end maintain the piicnt head
and ttnnk at any drtir tble point bbtween a recumbent and
auupnght, ot "anting potlure," and whrn oeaied, U-e
feet ctiU Ihj low prod, t hu totmiug tin n eiup rAir."
Third, A mipl, but t-fflciciit meana for thnnging the
under hfd without removing the patient from tbelx'd , altu
tot iiiw iog the pall ni uf in the bed without ny Jilting, u
awn ot.Lliiitg the body.
Pomtli. J(d iii'ig Hide Elevattou ; to tn n the patient,
opfiori hit Urk . temovr the wig Ut of bed r) alma withnut
uneoveting (h iunni.t, fun.ing ko ecu lo rotect the pa
I if ut from ittect ol llie Hy kind, mid mukm a
hv which if)mMd,oii and vnt tin l ha mn adminiau-red with
out removing lite pit eitt fiom th !(.
'I he ron.!i,ni d t n ittt lur meiiny the wnnta of the
fik, an J the m.f uud di ntrh ul attend incf, inak thia
kind ol bndtp.t an .nv.tluubtj , tret- i.f itirmc tK lur ihe
tick room the tli-KU-rnlnm lot g ouht fur by I byaiciana,
und greutly oei-dud tor tbo tick.
Cry-Tlic aulcribft, hiiv ug iiiiidf nrrin.THi' t t wttbitif
P it ii ten ti oumii i fir- Hi- ,ih to n .tn. dill H-Tr M toi
lli -ime ul . r nui.l, would gi 1,1 tirt t'.t l.e ia pri ir
fd to tih nil orb i it t'om nut Hu, li no t ili 4t4
I'jh,..j. is. i, iini'.li. tU.r r,.T nitnui iHiii'ie, b 1 4
'mi i Kid to n 1! i lit? b. rlt til at tin1 i du"l r i nt .11. A
liio i il discuui.t will ,v futtde t ili.,.(. Mini hh !uh to ell
g"" BAMUKL W. AliBtI T
Monlpelirr, April I, 1".VI 77if
Another Lot of Sugars,
STOP. UH ., LANRDON.
IN BuNNUTriuud UIIIBON'H at KEITH Jc DAHICHIt'd
New aiytec rereivnd narywck.
CLASS. SASH, iNAlLS,
A NU DOOR TltlMSIINliS aoM Urn I,,
J l-i 43: :foTT k I'lBLI).
" MILL SAWS.
RKtT.IVROanil furaaia by tiTtlUKMi. LA.NGDO.V.
March 1. ISM. jj
1jfR Table uae, juat arrived at
N'i'flBUK r lVririnvu
LacePapor, Embossed Cards, &a
.i.i vIMu,it W mi mwi iifauuiui nee and em
iX boaeed Noin I'aner, Kmbo-d und PUio Card a. Love)
opeat A adding Cake Duiea, &.c. ate fur tale by
K.T. WALTON &SON.
KI51TM ,V- !iAlt.KKii;
I OUNTtf fur PENrMKLIPrt COTTON TIIltKAD.-Mer
rbualt aupullvd at MtniuUcturet' Pucaa.
N H 'UiVEY & Co;
MANtTAUrUBCKB t DEALKHS IN
BOUTS & SHOES,
Wholesale and Retail,
Vil "ui.l"ajjairullmntiit:lMl lo their tliwk
ri.n.i.tinf in part nf l....tio. I'.a,rni, Jenny I.ini) andGai.
' . tint niiiMB, iiutain and
Mlipper. W hu Kid und Hatm do, from 50 cent to SH.5".
Al lllla ii nil I 'hi l.li..' lu..nu ... '
km & alkmg hbout.
Inla llAra unl V...nkl. II. i n ...
nu i umnun dooii a no
lag citon, and
...r.Mi.mnwug,,,,. IllllMMttlor theaiinrnafth
! fwttiiiy iiiiimiiiu lor ttie apprnach-
ncua thatcumtul tail to jive laiiafclion.
FlTCfllJUlUJ KA I LltOAH
acsn Trains will lenre Roslou ns
W1 frilln.,.- .
For Kitehhuif 0,50(71-8 npi.i.) 11 A. M.,33 4 r J
."' !!?Q.i'"J "nd 11 A. M , 3Ai and 11.30 l 51.
4 3-Ja.Vfl I'm i50'"-10'10 11 Jl- 1 3-4,83.4.
and s'l-iT'?0 7 ' 8 "' A- M- " S'Sg
For liiajrtoo at 8 I S A. M.,Sl- awl 5 1-S p. If.
IIOIV.N TKAIN8 WILL LBAVn Poll UOSTON
4.40lTl'.l,,'k",',,T'0 A"M-' ,S '( EinaaajMa
From Coueoiil al 7 anl 9 A. M.., 1.08, S.lf.aad S.S6 P.M.
8 f." "'"",l-9. 8 and 11 A.M., 1.30, 330 and
I'runi Iinu; oo al 7,MInd 19 A. M., and 430 P. M.
turfuilliai paillatllari aaa Patbfindar Uailvraj Cuida.
. .. . ., , 1. M. rilLTOS, Hupunulandfot.
UMlon,.Nor.3, 1819. 59
IS'',Vj S',l, MM", Lialiij., A.e.ju.1 laeairad
LOOIWia V KEITH.
J una 5,
A FULL SUPPLY"
rr noon, uu.sn t hash tiumjiinus r.r.ai.i,,
M.,M. COTT 4. riELII.
10 IJOXIOS TOBACCO,
t!OMi: tarj l.ir.l )j l-a ctnti.iu.t eaai.d by '
STURKS 4. liA.SCDO.V.
I fj,1?.1"'1' "'.T ""i11.1 T"1 Carpafinn In aa.rolaa
li Kina,w.VB. u,".r"1 "'' i"' "Mltad at I.VMAN
oilman lirj. "" ' ' ,"e" " , ,w "
n SEVEN CENTS
will tojr a vai, joud Itvoia Papar, and llmderinr annall
..... LVMA.N4.K1.S0S. '
KEITH & BARKER
Ol'Ml annminc tMt they aro llili Meek ffCflTiiif
the attrition o' th" M-(pV nf ttathi -gton roiim.
I. .... . n.4lAftA va tint air
ifir-n mi k.ms noons.
of all Ihe rfiirarenl fthriri and raot apfrojr.l Itlcl.
in... tii-.L utl l.'a tt...l.H1ia niimirurllir..
11ICII lll.CR iiifi.""!. - ..
" ' down Taffiita.
' " Urn da Hli.no.
" twain Cli.n. ble.
" tMr-i! and I'lnlJ.
" llroeaJe fifcure.
1 1 lata ilo.
AM wnilM. I). I.AINIM-HM and riilfi.
Maiwhritaraml Hamilton do do.
Heraia Ila l.emer, rlln,
I'triiafl dff. Preach lllnthania,
Henteh an Amariean do.
t'renrh lull", l-awnd rhratra.
1'ia'd awl Pliin Silk Tltiwa.
ling., I h and Anarlean rrlala.
tllark and f.lffH Sillu
WMir Ciape (WMmght.)
CehfnMe, lUrnge, Ate. tit,
BONNIiTS & KlUHOiNS.
Wm would call Mor-clal altanllnn lo thn larit airt.
mml llonnota and IOMhmh ar aroujM InHi ,Mllelief.
W ale "i-nMnf wdat 91 llonaan of Ota lalaai aljlc,
which an oflW al I.OIV ritlCKO.
100 Ps. Ribbons,
I'lnwnri, Tali, l.tiMnji, ue &c.
EM li KOI D .CUIUS.
An f Infant attmrttn'Mit of
Mn!m and i'ambrlr CHir,
dn do Hdtfinjfa md Infcitin5.
da du l'lounrmg
WrmaM Vitekrl Hdkfa., t'hemirtf, t'nder PtetfDf,
Cuff. !( t'at, Infant' WaiM and t up-
(tciiba I. ?, l.inrn Thread Larn. HI inl do , TtraM.f.
W dnt IU0 til.OVhl.
Htlk, Mile Tin rad and t'mton do.
Ilmiery, V Kite (I00.U in great arfeiy, llivh Fnmt
CLOTHS & TKliUMhNGS.
OF ALL KIMW We hatn ihn rntared o jf
Crockery and Hardware Room,
And are now iyning a l.irgot aanortmeiit than can be lound
10 ('Mtt-a of Crrvkory, filat" and t'hina wire.
frr.Kri. Mi'B will tint hri the larajr.i ofiuieul cr
II 1ft I) W AHF., add it th. LOWF-VI I'RlL'tiit
'IMIE iiiiilrinniir-il ha Jut opi ned thl lli'tia hit the BC
1 fXMuniodalioi. of the puMto It It draigned (u make it a
I'll Bin nt retreat from the cun At buatle orctt lifia during the
iumtn t nt on 1 lot, tor the jtrjiot of Tinting Sl.ni field moan
taint. th htglieat point ut tr liien Mountain, command
ing a view of (he Lake, the t hue Mountain, Montreal,
Jt.fi. and wliirie aeenerr te 800001 to neneinihnU Hi alee,
Titnut miineiMua Irirnda and araunmtanrra, anil particular'
1 to ftrtngfra, wn wonld ay thai no pilne will be apated
Tor 1) eif accommodation, nnd 10 ell the lera of naluie tfl
hr-r wi Ideal aud moat nigged aeenci, we aay, Viaii Man
nrld'i "NoM and (Chru? A good rd will he rut to the
lep 11a eail ae the Itt of June, and hjr culling al the MANtf
t IKl.li IIOL'JSE, vu will lii.d the ntceaui for the a
cent I.adtea wit! be able to ride to within a mil of tbo
umni.t. We have aht the "Uo (Jlenn Filla," .Hotted
three in i lei front itiit bouse, a romtatie tpot and well wotth
This llnnie ia altnated at the terra in cm nf the Lamoille
Count t'luik fload lea milet front th K ulroad, and tit
from ll Mftiuiam. To the diar-le of old Ina Waltoi
e would tay that te aireamt from the mountain abound
8TILLMAN CHURCHILL, Proprietor.
X H. Pimnpnjter by itage will pltaae icquett to be led
nt the Maiiflt id llmiii M
r.iiirrt sr onhnfftn M ''nni-rflM, in iii mr 131,
H ItornilTo.N.M. I. inilwt lerkt Office nf the
numei Court, foi the Eaiterti IMainctof P ontT..nia.
(iJIHIT CURB FOR DYI'KPSIA!
AxoTHiJit hcii:.vrii',ir vtoniikii
Dr. J. S. Houghton's
GASTRIC JUICE !
Pieparelfrom It EN NET, ur th.' fouru, HTC MACII OP
THK OX.alUr dretiotof UARON L1P.HI0, the great
riiv-ioioginl Cbaniiat.by J. . UOI U1ITON, 11. II. Phi
lud'el hta. Pa.
Dn- i- h trul won lful remedy for I tilt! RATION, DVf
PEPM, J MJNUIt'K, i.lVKtt COMPLAI.NT, CON
KPUMTIOS, and UEHI LITV, Cunag titer Naluie't
own mpibtxt, by Nniure a uwit Ag nt, th tinttric iuiee.
$y-t.ntf a l laj'Oitolul ol Piriiw. iilu"d in W41t, willdi
fat or dia.!v, firtf fmmd J Hmt lie if in aAeut tare
aurt, out ol iliv atoruHcti,
PlJViN i-the chief elt-mrnt, or Orr-at fMgenlirtg Priotl
plnttTth liiotMi Jn ttht v!rtt of ikt Fw4y the Pan
tng, I'tt ci i in, and 3timmU-f An 10 ut ibe Hiotnach
od loifiMiit-. i . rxtraftrd I'oin ihu l gftiv Hu tnirh
.f ih- i, tit. i lormir.4 an A HI I Fit 1 T. KluK.'lIVK
PH'llt. .r. i y like 'h- nt'titKl (x-Uk JuifiiniHl boiu-ictp.w-rs
.( 1i.rnt.hti.g t O M Pl.K I 1. und PKRFKCT
hCiOilll I K I. r ii (tyit.fn.t ot tin (.i nation, the
puna rt L-t i U .if IMirKt-r I'lON rd i) PLPHI are rr
m'tved,j'it i Him would b h hen th fioiu-'Ch. It it
d(ini;vi.i tcr- lii fl.ap. lira, ruriitf ol Ur-HMIM,
KM VI lo, NfKV'Mt Ilbt LIM , d lPKP'if
l (IN SI t P I n , i,ppt. d to !f uii the i . rjf ol i hf grate.
1 h' -ct- u itn t v ib in ti, n ah ih it i- t ia in the
Ii.gttfiiidi'yri ( I Itlnl - .id KLV K h I;..L
t i iilidr i;iI ii t'l
B MI ' l II itn. in In r. I. I.r t. .1 u.ri..., imxIChfffl
tatrv . n rtili til t hiM ii .foua to
th I - ii Jit" i inn Iwn il ) pr. . i .1 i i.h ,a mu iu
tii' in nin- t ll- 'oik h "I lb' ml, i 1 i ' i -r hi am
cl I- 1 , i nii mil ffij", i J i ' i ' rkamged, and
d'fr"i ', it t tn tut aw wancr (A'y tfl'iU km (At an mm a
ti tnttt ,"
Or PI Ii El rt , in i ramoiitj l rent i on ' Pood and D'ei,'
pui Ii1 i .v I i.vW. r & V flla, .Vw iu k, part 35, tatea
I tie nt i .M' ii l nt i, uiol dfi n.iB the no i ml uf piaparation.
Ti' n- i l Ii ghci HUthunin ll uti I'r P roira
I'r (l I 'IE, in hi valuable writ uigtt on tbe Pl)ffiology
f ltctiiii ," ulnrri tiidt " a il'tm mi mi ul the due 'inuti
lity ol Uui (i.i.tnc Juicb in a prumineul nut ell pit. mHng
r, mac i, Uj a.i-piti h ,,l Un iiutt a tit .1 a diat ingiiMhi d
Protfaaut oT mtollCine tn Imdon, alio w vrrely afll ried
with 'bin tinij' uol, finding hvi ry tl.uigelav to fail, ti4il re
roufne ii. tl t) ittrn Juirr, u'ilanxd tntui the atumacht uf
liv.ng ani' i.i'i., which pruv d complr-telf aurreaaful."
Ur t U M M . ii u1 hoi nl the fdlu ua woikton Vriela
ble I.-1 ," a.ij : 'lii reiuurtttatdu del iu Pbytiology,
thai ll.i Huiii n-hp of ammalt, mari'i iti d in water, tiupurt
to the Hunt lli) property uf diaaulviug vhiimu arttelee of
food, a.t i( 'rT-ttiog a t.md of aruti' i il .ligoatioii of theiu
in uowian iliftfteut from lh natural dig"'tivM prot'eat "
Mr. HlMO.Vjt great wuilt the ' t 'beii.il r y or Mau,' (Luu
tn. lllui.i hard. Philadelphia, 1146, pp. &41 -J) i "The
ditcuvrry ul Pfc.PtflN mnn a new i ra in rbuimcal hitlo
ry of l)ikMiion. Frotn rectnt exjM'rtintintt, wo know tbut
futHl it diaaulved at raptdlv in an arttbeial dijeative fluid,
pifpircil Mora Papain, at a u tn the natural (iaetnc Juice
Protettor IIUNOLION. of the JcrT- raon Collese. Pltila
delj hia. iu hia great work on lluuian Pbyaiulugy, devoiet
wore than brty pft to an aminaliunol thittubjict. Hit
experuuauta with Pr ilnauncnt, ou the tlatriu Juice, ob
tained fiom the living human ttuoiacb and ftuAi animate, are
at ueifeei It in ton &rt&etml at to the nafaraJ diguttiun.
llr. JOI1NW. DKAPKU, Profeeao of Cbt-mittiy in tha
MedtaalCollagaof the Unireraity of New utk, iu hii
" Text Uixik of Cbewiatry,' page 3B4, tart : " It bat naa
wen anown. "inn catat." ho tav. " diseaiion ocrurred
-(yiii invfi aitiurifii aiiuun couiu imi pn I lurtnou
but it it nuw uaiveri7 admitted that it may be."
Dr. CAhrUNTU&'tttittodertl work on Pbytiuiuy, whieh
it in the library of ettry Pnyaicun, and it ued at a 'leat
ltiuk iua l tbe College, la lull ul evidence ainuUr to the
above, retpecttuf tbe return table Oigettite pow-r ot Pcrtm
a d il.e fict. that ll uity u readily tepar ud Irom ihe m
ach ut the call or ol, and uted fur tip noicnt to atti&t-tal
Oigaatiua, ur aa a renifdy fordierete of th tttumacb, und do
fictent aecretiuunf (jamnc Juice.
All M'mIom work uu Cbennttry, Matcna Modica, and
Phyaioiogr, and all good Medical Itictiuunii, deai ntw the
character and proprrlwa at' Partis, and ttate many intiiaat
log deiaiU rvapacluig it.
The fact lhat an AmrWal IHgettive Fluid, or (Jtilrte
Juice, perfectly reaetnbjiug the ualural fluid, uuy be nudily
prepared, dot uotadu.il ul queatluu. The only wonder it,
tbatitliwa not befum bean applied Ui Ihe cuiu ol ludignttioo
aut) Dyapaiwia to naturally duet tucb a uae auggetl tttalt
Iu tbe uiiud.
Asix !)spt;psi:i Ciirer,
Or. HOUtill'lo.N'et PKI'BI.N bta r-ruducml the mott ntrveU
loui effacia, m curing aaa uf Uobiiity, Luiaciatluu, Nr
vuti lb cliiit-, and Dyrpeplic ConaiDptiou. It it impoteiblo
tugtve tke dui It nf eattra in lb limit of tblt udveitue-wi-ui
i but anlifoticaled crflittcale have beau givuu of
moreihan TWO IICNDIltl) 11EMAUKAULL ClTuM.in
Pbiludolphia, Naw York, and Hot ton tiloo. Tbete were
nearly all detperata catea, and the curat wore nut only rtpid
aud wonderful, bui MuinwuenU
It it a greet NLKVOtJri ANTIDOTE, and parltculaily
uulul lur teudeney iu Uilltout Dituidei, Liver Cumplaiyt,
Fever nnd Aguo, and ihe evil effecit of Uuioiue, Metcurv.
and otber Ilregt upn tbe LUgaetue Oigam, alter a long
tirknvtf. AUu, for aicete ineatuig.aiMl tbe um Jiea uie of
aidant tpiitu. It aluiotl revuocilct JlwUM witn thittr
(taci. U S'tomticli Complaints,
Thero it nu frm of OLU HTOMACll COMPLAINTS
which 1 1 don nut teem to reach and lemuvo at once. No
Maiurhuwiud thy mty b., itgites INHTANT UELIEF!
Axiugledote reiuuvua nil tha uuplaaut tyiuploui and it
oly iii?c-daiu be repeated for a tbo rt tune tuu.ua a these eood
UII1TV OFHLuOD.andVlUUU tJP
iii'Ul luikiw aloiico. Ii ib tMiticularly eicelluui in cnea
ul -uea, o.uillingt Craiupw, tSoreueaiul ihe Pit ol the
lla.iio..., Luwiiaaaul Spirit., Do.ponJaucy, nmi-culionl
U i.kna... landauer to liumiily. ISuicida,
Dr. lIUUtlirroVgPEPljlK.iaaoM Ly n.arlr all tha
daaara tu doe druja and Popular Madieinca, tliruu.liuut luo
I nita.lfruiaa. ll u prauarad in Podar and In Plaid rorni
.'.1 !'i""ll',i"uiai.ruilh. ui.or I'hi.iclana.
I M V All. CIKI'II,.M!S lurti,. u iir'l'hi.iciani, m.j
I uktamud ur II,. Iluujhloq ur bia Ainu. daiciiliiuj tl.i
uul piuceaaul pmparallun, .ud liu( tlie aulligiitie, up,
un Vlliicli I lie i Uu,,. ,,f tni , ew r.incdy aro Ulcd Al It ll
Mil a s-ui in:r iti;m:uv, tnuuj:iioo can u r.i.td
again.! it. ua tv.l liy.tcun.in ra.pectabla atandiuf aud rce
ularpracliL.. I'm.. (JM; DU1.1.AU ,e r Un
I'cpsin in I'wudvi. .,
tCTont by Mail freu of l'twtago.
Korcuuvvniaixa ur .eodlnr to a II pari, of ilia luuntrf . tha
lllul.a'IIVIS MAI-inil HP Tilt PKPdIN, ..ut upln
Ibx luiiu ol Pu.dai, with dlrectiun. Iu bedu.ulvedln watar
by Ilia itlaut. Tba.o Puwdars cuiilain ju,t tha aauia mat
tar ai tha buttl.a. and will ba Bint by iniiil.PltKr. uf POs'P
AUU, fur ll.Mt; IllJI.I.AH ,,, i pj, , i,. a
..n'?" '',l'!"-t.y bum. r ,i tenui0.
V"" wrllao aiguatura uf i. H llllUtlll'lUN,
TiiVilMkSSZI."' """i"". -.,.,..Uk and
fTBuld by all UrtiKiiti and Dualeriia Medicinal,
r.8K.S,;".il"!f.,l,,li,''J''l,"""lA' Campbell WaUalialJ'
il ''f."" ateibury, A T llaocrull PUiuCeld, Planch
?l,..h'ikti "."!?'.. J u''W.na, Put-iau, . Wuu.ta,
i'.Ij ?L ' ALJ,,",!,i wo. II II Camp Nortl.h.ld
iud 4. llulJeu Miildloiti, V It Padduck I'aclory Vil. U l
r,iuuacn,uitre. alter eating, low, cold .late ol tbe HlouL
8152. MERCHANT'S 1852,
LAKE BOAT LINE.
THOMAS II. CANFIELD,
riilll'.rroprlainr of Ihla Una hit raadaanpla arrinr.mfI1,.
1 lor tha trrnportatlnn ornrnpetly lha iirai.nt .....
and la prepared wllh CO PlltST CI.AC9 l,AKn n 0 i?J
runnlnfi illrctl lliroot'i lo and rmni Naw Void, anH.ll
Porta nn Lake f.hampliln, tbeichy aroldinr a t'ala of tl
ilati In tMhlpnlr (loodi at Tio am. Whitahall
1'hn Koala nfthla line will tie Inaatlably toe,l bt fli..
nn IliiJron lllter and I.ak I'hamphln. '
th naw ate, mat. IIDS'ION, Capl. LOT rilAMIIpR
tiAt.N, will run in connection with lha Merrh nt', lin.
dtil.a between Ilurlinjlon anil IlnnrV. Point, airoidlm' ?
ciMttee In r tramportallnn nl Prcilht and Ton lug. '
Properl? forUanada, lorwalded by Norlhe rn, rtiamnl...
an.1 Ft. Lawrence llallioad, or by ll.rjet. ll, l,i.,,i,,"' J
Wateheullnf Ituaioeal .ptom.-Mly and CircTuliy uttrn lui i
MAI.OOI.M rANPIKI.II.No.li 1 QCoentie.' HI , v
hmi rn iiiuniiff, Houtii u imir, i:mii,T, ' '
A PIHIIEIt. No. 101 liner Hu. et, Tn.T. N Y
A. M. IIP.IIIIIM N,I1. It. Ilepot, ltdc...nuieh
PUR PltUltlllT Al PI V In '
U A. CACLUriiN, 8 I SI'o. nn.-. Iii.. . vr v, ,k
W. W WIIIIIIIT. Hour. p..,, .
IIIIOKI'.lt At lllll.TflN, M, ,, ,,
O. r ft.'OVP.I.I., IIW Hlale Ctien , flo.ion -4
UIC1I DKKSS OOODS.
'pllll met extenalte atanilment Ii. Mo..ip.l..r n , .
1 aeen al KKITII an.l IIAItKl.lt'K
1000 lbs. Dried Apple,
ila Hj MTOIlltr! Jt LANdtlcl.N. '
IO!! .ale hi
Oood kaaoilinent ol UlllillKN U A ill.. 1 .. . ,
TOITU) glrn nntiee t bit lie hat lad iheTpMl't-u
' ANt'K Hol'cJK l.trateiu.nf tear, nrrnilvl
Ik fl. Strang aixl owned by It. Y. ll AUM'.H, , , w ,
be pleaaed tn ifCHtve the )tatmnngn ot th ruttn (l
them that nolhing liall bn wunlrn i.u In- p t,' , , , '
ennlinnanee ol h half rf r farur may be t in mti il t. t , ,
Mantpelfet, March 1-t. 1851. j
T A IN i EK S' () 1 1
OMbaml and foraala hy KTOlllIS l..V..,.,
PA I N ' P ) i'Tl .L KINDS."
t ' ' l-.l ' 4.I.W
. .It I.D.riTlkV t'.u.lii.i a.. .... '
tr ol ' . h.
I ft Hi , )
SMIFF Ar TOBACCO.
Tina Cat &. CaveadMh Tubacrn, Hnn V I .. .
nt n r.v mi i it
MAH r.moe.l rr..m MAIN HlllhKT.to Un ll.,ni ,d
joininf K. P. W.llo.i i S.ui. Ilcukalou , , . t. . .
Village I1..UI. on STATb SfllP.ET
JaauilT 1 HVW.
UN7 D E BUI LL ' S T 0 O L S .
CIIOPPINO Airt, Uroad Au., A-be.. ri,,)1 II . . . ,
A e ., Ldlhing itn , Hhiniliit tbi , t nr(n hit h
tiocfcel Cbltelt, inay alwajt it- tmi' ' nt
57 Kl.l I'll k I1AKKI K-o
'OU ml fii.il lhat Paehlniwliie (i,n.l. r..r r,.,i, -.
Kl.l I'll It IUhl J
S. K. COLLINS,
CORN!'.!! (if .lAI.S i CT I K S-THI I T
KEI.Pf (. I lllPUIMi t OH M I ( - i., ,.
V arrirk'. Aftiin it ir fine em. tl
ftyXI... the lii.t ar.orlmec I ul Ciar in i In
PECK cV LEWIS.
Mm nil ri'tn lb lm a ' nrr t
to tlx If UIMIK f .! R ol
ih' n "! i wirllinj fli't, i
arMnu b r
tut iii purl ut .M tt 'I i i M i. KH ut ul ! ,i
J'i if' Krn 'I U' t ( ft, I tin i tb inn, ,
t Ol'Kf.i; 'J'l Ch-.l ,.l ttiow i,r I) If
NMIH,blAM,PMMi. OILH, II L 1 IK
I. mid. L;t.r. n-H f r.tvr a..-
A tinnin I aii t nictt Ol ltnnr' r I
with 11)0 t)oia kI I ualoui marie llo 1 S
wlii'b we aie ifllu A for f aab at rirra mr-r
'n Mun'p.'liei. 1 hitta ihiog lo get ii I!
wrll to rtH on PL' K
rpal.linga Hlmk Main Bt.
LOOK m at KEITH Sl BARKER'H II MIDU'ABI r.
fur lhanwi fittn-iti" aafnrtm nt it
IIOUE lll'l 1.1)1 Ml IIMtlHV WtK,',.r.,l .. i i i,
Jdacliainr'i BAV 8 01 i er d i .un,
AT LOW PRICKS.
"mm mw&tiL i
I.OR a t'ghi n i-rm ml, if to gt at a muc ' Kli )
filor (.1 Nr, nl'Kr.L IttFl.h P(Mt! .
nerctary ajve"igc'i wkuluaatc bin) rdul, a i, w
eOL'Tll EM) OP THK ItKfl Alii H PKIIm.i ,
Ano alo, hn tut !i
IKOX WATEIt WHEELS,
With lrun abulia attd b'Utfeil tranttt all f.u- 1 '.-c
na to Jip"iii wnh (iuugeunt, Ilunita, autt Hi. . i,.i.
l)iiijT ihrm tn Mtxv.1 , lu
hallux mai iiim;s imti;
I ti t Mill a; r i ii J I00 biMiic1 iar h, bv ,(nk I,. tn ( 'i :
S H .,,! miM.rt , DI r -.r rR V W. M r - - i
tto'il the aiif nt Pcfruidi.e't qutll Ut IbJt H a Hu
i l"v rr ll hp I nt- i m ft!.
i Mn ii mi iv J W ni k ami i'uninitt mg a ut,i I r
-1 Jnur . il ,i i- ticn wanUJ ininif Oin't i
liit,icli-t( Aug inn.
1 r the PAPP.K MILL, Vonipr Iter. Kta fife
Htraw, Coin lluaat. a ,td Hm i gl low t
have that arlu to art will tiud m i i(k' I
call auon.et tn Pmptr Mi I of t. P. VVALJ t'.N ti
i-riftlHr 7 1MI.
Ilea tl if ,?1 title CI at hiitx,
ONK IMtlt'li svsti:m
CLOTHS. (AIMf.ll:I, MIX VlfllM:' W
TAII.OttM' TKIMMIMM of exr, r , n .
Fashion Plates, Tailors' Shears,
H'Utci. t ravont, and ratttrn I -im.
A nil a beni rat Aaaortuteut u Utnlb niiu'1
CLOTHING i.iatle to orrivr in the rttrt ui? ti inrif u f
r a-hton, nnil hl liaimnuta warrant-il t f t
CCTTIlN'O dttlill lair Dlluifi la main a n.l it a r f a ntr l lot)!,
if lightly uiadu up.
State Street, 1st door West of Eastman
,1 (lit. ad MNK niCIITS xida, ncu aud Bcauin.
a cheap, fur draaa.1, juit received
Mucli 1, IBM. '
rVF III'IWO.N llty COMPANY Virf pn.i.r J.iai r
yJ caived and lor lala by Lane, or
II. bTokhS A. LANr.DoN.
March IS, J853. "
ELDItEDGE & J OILNSON,
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law,
OPFitX, lll;805rij UUILIIIN'O, MAIN STtttLl.
AASMIJA, .. II.
Will give prompt attentiuo to all buiinee anlrulti Jio i "r
car. in an, ul tti. Corara ii thii .-t.tc
They alio continue to trwn.an l.u.n.eia in uv '
SOUTH PUN oil W'.el.i:itN BTATc.8 audi
ehaaina (lov.rnnient luda o, Iinuiote.l Pinm, Ti. nt
IaikI'1 itlii, Paylu; T.i.i, P.iiiiiin-t l.-nnl ho I ("' ' 1 t
lu tlie owner a d.arriuliuii ut Ita .iluation, lulue, air . '
lin lAnd, inveiiuaiiiig tbe i.ttlaitient ol eitf,,r
person, daee.iad. eerurin tlie properly I'el.'i.ji. ; m 1
e.leui, l ollcnna De.il. ul all kind,, and A I I .
TO ANY LLUAb lIUclN'iyS IN TIIB U11U'
Und Warraati Houibt, Sold and Located for Iba fail ' '.
and liuunty layd diipoawl of on Cuoioii.iioii.
' Mr. P.ldredfa, l..mj tratelled eatnntcly in Ihe '"
and uaGuvemiuent linde, abd tlieieby acquired, knoa! a
ofthe beil loealioni, and a jeoeril buime.i aein."" '
will loutiDli. to tuak. journey! at KKUULAK IM"
VAIJd, to attend tit. foleifu buiiueal of .he onVe
llutiof lila ab.auea, Mr. Johnion will be lowed it '""
fiee, to attend la al1 home builnen, aod will teceive aaa
waid tu Mr K. all lureicn JUAliieia lall with hmi. .
All bunoeia aent by uiall ill ba atleodod to eJ.'etW" "
and fauhfolly. .
M.P. Kl.llllBllllK. 7anf J. W. JOHNS'''
WOULD give notii-e -.hat be hat n cfnU P a "Vj
liwn one ol Wuodwortb'a IV- n I I'tAMJ ;
elnnet in the lirge building near the Ohl Arfh vt
where he will du Plaun.g, J niting, Mnebing, i'0" '
and balvmg bnla at thort noli, o AUo. Job "-aa "I
ting plAitk and boat If for furrtu;a, fenring ttull, 4- (
Pi-rtont bringi! g bwrift from a diaiaort can ut"
tliem pUuti iu ciny hunie wuh tin-ro aisl
. Moui.-aio giro nonce inai. vj ""7. ii nrtk'l
with J. Sl H. VV. Piitnaui, w bn uwa the tight of U ll
IVteul PUning Machine fr ihe cuuntj ol BI,V..
he will tf Ii tuwn biiJ
thou rightt, ami iiaoaact
give any iiifuimaiion he tuay be in otieion oft" r"(j
touiacliiaut. Mettrt Putaa'ut manufacture teverii
J t L I.n.n und lUlU'
oiBLitiuva, mHPii iu aiu'p uaf i anu ii in"- -
bujidt, with tout uiug and gruuviag aUtthea
NEW STYLE BONNETS.
RECKIVCn Ibli diy Three Ca.el
Hl'HIMi HL'llMKIt UUN.SC'lel
l,YIAN U K1X0
April 3J, 1853.
NEW GOODS. iv
SCOTT & FIELD are I'll, week leeciflnj a !'f Vll
nun lu Ibeir MTOCK OP GUOLia, which
.1 eery low pilrei foi Ca.h. vl
Af 111 !!7, 15J. "