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BOSTON WHOLESALE ritlCES CURRENT.
I Correclrd Weekly for lt Vermont Phcenli )
Thcbsdat, July 21, IBM.
FLOUR. During the put week tht re la no cbun
to report.' licceipls moderate.
Oenenee, fancy, per bbb, 6 60 a C 75
Do., extra, C 75 a 9 00
Do., common, " 0 00 a C M
Ohio, common, " 023 GOO
Do., fancy, ' 6 02 a TOO
Do., extra, " 7 00 a 8 00
Michigan, coni'n, " 6 70 a 6 25
Do., fnucy, " 0 25 a 0 75
Do,, extra, 7 00 a 8 00
Rye Flour. 0J 6 00
Corn meal, , . 2 75 a 3 50
CHAIN. Demand for Cora moderate Osts
Corn, Northern, per bushel, C8 a 70
Do., Southern yellow, C8 a 70
Do., do. white, 58 a 65
Do., Western, mixed ' 67 a C8
Wheat, ' 1 25 a 1 80
Rye, " 85 a IK)
B..rley, ' 1 15 a 1 25 ,
uata, northern, " 48 a 4H
Do., Southern, " 42 a 45
Beans, white, " 1 25 a 2 76
P HO VISIONS Market for Pork continued firm
through the week. Beef dull but prices re
main svme. Lard firm. Butter dull with
Beef, West. Mesi, Ex., per bbl., 13 00 a 14 00
Do., " good, 13 00 a is 00
Do., " com'n," lloo a IS 00
Do., Eastern, 10 00 a 12 00
Pork, extra clear, " 23 60 a 24 00
Do., clear, " "2.100 a 23 00
Do.,mcM, ' 2100 a22 00
Do., prime, ' IS 0() a 18 60
Lard, keg, per lb. 11 a 141
Do., bbL, 12 a 18
Hams, Boeton (rooked, " 12 a 121
Do., Western do., 11 i llj
Butler, Vermont ex., 17 a 19
Do., choice, 17 . 19
Do., fair to prime, 16 a 16
Da, ordinary, 12 a 14
Cheese, Vermont, good, ' 4 a 10
Potatoes, common, per bushel 20 a 80
Do., reachblows, " 25 a 80
Do., Carter, ' 60 a 70
Clorer, Northern, per lb., 11 a 15
Do.. West. . South. " 11 a 12
ITerdigrass, per bush., 2 75 a 8 70
lied Top, 80 a 85
1st sort, 1855, per lb.. C a 7
Ssxonjr Fleece, per lb., 52 a CO
Full blood Merino, . " 47 a 61
8-4 do. 41 a 46
1-2 do. " 88 a 40
Common, 80 a 87
Pulled, extra, 45 a 00
Do., superfine, 89 a 45
No. 1, " 33 a 88
CAMUIUDUU CATTLE MAHKr.T.
W&niriDir. JulvU. lpv;
At market todsy 632 Collie, 630 tleeves and 82
ciores eoniisnng of n orsiag uicb. Cows aod one
two and three rears rld.
raicis .Urfrirl DrrfEiUt 7"5a800 Cr.l
qusiiij j , , j zu do j o tAj j ao so ou l orui'
Illd,,1 a 7 M Dcr Ih. Tttlcr 1 Me oe, 11..
CttSHnM 13 a I4e per lb. iVdi-M a OOe escb.
I ml Cairo $3 1-2 a 4c.
Utorcs HWin; Oxen None.
Covt aHii Culrtt 530, 45 a 50.
Tro Wf OUS"0 a 39.
Shtepand Lambi 2 WO at market. rrices.la lots
51 50 a 300. Citraaad selections. S3 60 a 400.
Sin 150 Western at market. Pnees, wbolesste
C l-4c gns per 7 3-4 a CJe uctl per lb. Stores 7a
l l-zc; retail ai'Je per lb.
A Isree number of Callla at market In ila mn.i
Deef hss deelised 23 cents oer ewt. with n downMsril
tendency, as there is a large number at Urigblon, aod
a number will be kept over from this msikel. Sheep
and Lambs tower than latt week for rorrepondiog
a-Jsliliet. nnd as the djmsnd for dre.ted Limbs in
uoilon msrkel is slight, there will be a decline of from
AO to 73 cents per head. Caltcs. hot few at market ;
awuu. ui.i .wr ion mb.vu. ii.'x. uui ni.quois
MASONIC NOTICE. The regular com-
wunicaiiuu oi uoiueu uuie iKige oi t ree and AO
cepted Masons will be held at their Hall In Pulner
.V. II-- 1 I . 1 . r . i . ,,
uu iiiv ..cMurvuay ua gr utldrs lue lull moon In
eacn montn, at I o'crs: 1'. J I. J. LOW fc. Sec.
EXCELSOIR, our motto, all articles of
our manufacture are warranted to possess all the
qualities reooramenioi. enquire tor Utcon s Kx.
eelsior Kiir Oil, Cooking Extracts, Colognes, Per
fumes, Soaps, Inks, &e.
W. A. BACON.
Proprietor, sad .Msuureturcr Ludlow, Vl.
Tim LADIES of the Unitarian Socfey
will hold their annual tale on Wednesday the
80th of July. They will present their usual sa
rlety of Fancy articles, both useful and oraamcu
tL A large assortment of Fayal Baskets, Feather
Flowers, Sea and Wool Mosses, beautifully ar-
raugvu. in, wjun, seen, ana omer itelresb'
roents. Flowers in boquets and Plants In nota.
Should Wednesday prose stormy the sale will be
deferred Jill the first pleasant day.
Admission 124 cents. Children half price.
July 25th, 1857. Iw30
NOW IS THE TIME FOR BARGAINS I
GHAHD CLOSIHQ-OFF SALE!
The Ladiei, Furnishing Store 1 1
NO. 1 CUANITK ROW.
IP OH the next TniRTV DATS the ENTIRE
' STOCK of
Rich Silks, Shawls, Mantillas, Bareges, Muslins,
Challies, Brilliants, Ginghams, French
and English Prints, Parasols,
Fans, Bonnets, Ribbons,
Will be closed without regard to Cost 1 1 1
P. R All persons hating accounts with' the
subscriber, will confer a faior by Killing the
same prerlons to the dose of the abote sale.
O. J. PRATT.
THE undersigned hating been appointed Com
missioners to recelre, examine and adjust all
claims and demands of all persons against the
Estate of HORACE E. CHASE, late of Bratlls.
boro, deceased, and also all claims exhibited In
offset thereto; and six months from the 26th of
J une is allowed for that purpose. We will attend
to the business of our appointment at the dwelling
or L. B. II. CHASE In Brattleboro, on the 29th
day of Deo. next at one o'clock P. M.
OEO. A. HUNT,
ARNOLD J. HINES.
llrattlcboro, July 21 , 1866. 80
WE, the uuderslgned, having been duly ap
pointed by the Hon. tbe Probate Court tor
me Dutrlstor mrirero, uimmissionerstoieceive,
eismlne and adjust all claim, and demanda of .11 , P"1 ""PJ 1 W, new, and In the
persons against the Estst. of BAVIDC ABLE y I b"t condition tor u
fate of Brattleboro. deccaacl-and also aU claim, a1"11 "n0 J,M '" ofl ?,Mf "', UatH'
and demands exhibited in offset thereto- and alii0' uPe'eleoi, this Institution lareoommend - l
wl,V. f,".-".!11 1,?;". 'l7,.,.Aa...-ie4 a. offering advanUctsneeulUrlTlnviilnr. Foe
aU.w3 UVS ZZZZXTEIS give
that wo will attend to the butlanssof our s
or our appoint-1
mept at the UBATTLEDORO' HOUSE, in said
Brattleboro on tbe first ThurnJa.a of Rmimr
and December next respectively from one o'clock
uuiu nve o ciock in inn auernoon or each or Said
"'. "."'?"' I rmmt..t
Brattleboro, July U, 1866.
t-i. ii Tii. 1 I
WANTED, at the Brattleboro' House, Im
mediately, one woman to do work of a
Chambermaid, one to Wash and Iron, and one to
da general housework to whom good wage, will
be paid. W. C. PERltr.
July 16, 1866, 24
VX.&QQ Ct A-JTEWAR'S
This new and splendid Equestrian Establiikment
(On the Island, Toll Free,)
B.VTURDAY. AtocsT 2d. I
Tin Coxtaxt will enter tlie town at 101 o'clock.
d. M., led by a magnificent S U'1A"CItlttOT
: ": - .vi.tniuBiiw muu
4D, and WUI pass through the principal stmts
The propiieton offer this entertainment to the '
than has eter been witnessed, they assure the pub
lic that the UNRIVALLED EXCELLENCE of the
various performers who compose the troupe will
render the Interior of their
MAGNIFICENT PAVILION ! I
more attractlte still; a bet which can not be dis-
fiuted when tbey mention a few of the names of the
ending performers, among which are
Mrs. WILLIAM AYMAR.
Mrs. WALTER B. AYMAR,
and Mrs. WILLIM It DERR,
a galaxy of female equestrian talent which has
never been equalled.
Mr. WALTER ATMAR, the great bare-back and
QtTATAE C1ICTXL rider,
Mr. ALBERT AYMAR, the Equestrian Rosclus,
Mr. ARTHUR SYLVESTER, the young Ltun from
Master JOHN DERR, the unsurpassed juvenile
Master EUGENE FERNANDO, tb. rrf..ln f .
Equestrian grace. ' 1
Mr. LEWIS MOOR, ao Equestrian and Gymnast '
of unrivalled merit.
Mr. HENRY HARRIS, whose mrial fllghu are the
wonder of tbe world,
Mr. JOHN BUTLER, whose Titanlo strength as- 1
tonlshcs every beholder.
Mr. SAMUEL JACKSON, noted as the most skD-
ful tumbler in the Uniial Slate..
Mr. SILAS BALDWIN, the great PaaTIDloira-
To give rdouaner and snlc. to lb. rforrn.e. '
tbeserticesof " .
have been engaged Mr. WILLIAM .AYMAR,1
whose talents aa a nerfonnini. elnwn an. w1iT.au,
rital-Mons. CANE, the French Trick Comlque i
lit c'arrlliinn U'1'' "H'"'i mU" i
anl caroMjiipclllng wit. I
nortlrf. f ti. 1. f TTT, t . 'tT'
fflTp iT rOMPAVV ln,cla1J,,, f"1;
fi JSL J. ?'V vti ' ' C"Ul.D ' m .""ff "ff
: . ,t;..i t..t . .... ,.
E-iutriin, Acrobatic anJOjmostIfl Fcata ivlicr
tiwJ oo the bill will be executed in a efjle to com-
mana ine aumirauon oi every auuience.
Each performance will enrnmence with a
BRILLIANT CAVALCADE I
Knights nnd Dnmeaof tbeCourtof Seville 1
Doors open at 14 and 71 o'clock.
Isr Admission 2o cents xo iriLr raicE. 1
M H'alpolt, Friday .Ugutt Ul. 2w80
t IPS', ir rt micmii n.-o'.'.'.Tra-a-.
Academy of JloJern Languages,
onroRD, jc. u.
MU. k MRS. ALFRED OAUDELCT. PrinclpaN.'
Latt of Tlutford.UaJtmy and. nrtk Oranrillt
IxsTxrCTlox In Instrumental and Vocal Music-
aiaoo, Meioueon. uuuar, inorougn Jitss,
l..,.n' ',r. ii.r...T" , a V. "1Ur,.W:
niirr. -1 i, ' '' " """"e'ai
The Principals and Auistants devote alt ibele
time to the ahot. Branches nt tin Institute Tot
r'"? t0 .l"nl '? !hdr ."!'
opportunity to do ao at the
. L. GRAVES, A. M. Principal.
Mr. & Mrs. GAUDELET have been connected
for several tears with Tbelford Academr. and
North Orantille Female Seminary, IIisuh OacuTT,
A. M., Principal, from whom they have received
the highest testimonials.
WILL COMMICSCE SSPTEUBEn 3n, ISAG.
For Cirtulart contalninz full particulars.
Terms, Board or Tuition, &&, spply to
AliFuED GAUEDLEt, OaroSD, N. II.
WILLIAM HOWARD. PresidenL
II. S. HowAEn, Secretary.
urroru, tt., July, icoo. GwSD
SAXTONS EJVER SEMIITARY.
Till! FAIiI, TERM of this Institution will
commence on Tcud.it, Sept. 2. with a full
corps of able and efficient teachers.
The Principal, Jlr. WM. N. WILBUR, A. D.,
who, in a similar station cUewhere. has rained a
desirable reputation brings from highly respec
table sources, full testimonials of his superior
qualifications to take charge of an Academy of tbe
highest grade. Being a teacher by profession, and
now permanently connected with this 8emlnsry,
assisted moreover by a Preceptress who is a grad
uate from one of our highest Female Institutions.
be will adopt tbe most approved methods of In
struction, ana s
Its superiority or any sTtnTla? exhibltionnin "the 1 UFcinQ ClOSUlff - 0 lit Scll6 , PnritV, SWCetllCSS and EvCIiCSS Of TODC.
W?. , A" " "'lift I nr" W. hat. Just obtained Letter. Pat... fc, . of
:r.,.V." 1 .C'l.' T'. lr ."" ?' I the most desirable lmnro,emett. er nJu .l.. C0
"A"B.,.r'SD, - propr,ors,wniie, nTTTTTl friT. nAATM-l melodcon..Ix..Bai. n.mi.r Tuft. . M
,uy .rccouuucn,,,,,t,D.out.,ue.i.owpmnU I V Pi 1. ITI M I I liS raniremenl br wblcb ti. ',e,,., I. '
m uuuro I - a v vj. ' a tj i
i it - . w.ovu- v. u.iiuiuh,ih.i ... i" cngianu siaief ourior lae pall
and steadily alms to render every do-1 thirty yean.
horouirb. I N. II. llewsro of imitation, eallMl Rh.rr. U'l
Th..mnlnnaTifleatlnnanriTilM1.avAr Pm-1. i
Mrs. L M. WILLMAHTII, who perfected her ao-
qualntance with tbe language during a residence
of several jeara In Paris, will secure public confi- 1
dence. Few Institutions it Is believed, furnish 1
equal facilitlea for attaining that unusual aocom- 1
plishment, a correct French pronunciation.
The Trustees are gratified to announce also the
names of Miss MA11ION KIMBALL, teacher of1
Ornameilal Branches, and Mr. PEYTON RAN. '
NEV. teacher of PanmanshiD
tlon will be given In Instrumental Music. Profes
H , ,. I
iu tui iruiucniBi musio. x'roies- v ,i: m ,ti.
,.ul rates.' Board In good fam. SA5" " N E 8";"laJ";
sional gentlemen or
lectures on Anatomy i
Tuition at the usual rates. Board In good fam.
ilies aa low as elsewhere. Good accommodations
provided for self'boarding.
Instruction will be glten in practical Field Bur
Teying. with the use of chain and compass; and
special attention to students dcelguing to teach or
nI",'SI', ., o v.1,11 i
Ut a liberal outlay, the Seminary building Is
receiving extensive repairs and improvements.-1
Benldes. at an espens. of severarbundred dollars, i
the Institution Will be SUimlied. at Ih. hetrlnnlnir
or the Fall Term, wilh a 11 1... i .iCT ..S
... ... ' mvi vuviuiv.i .uu
J ""U,r " U
' , , ,i...,n,,
Saxton. River, VL, July 22, 1856. 6wS0
S having associated with tbem E. W. BLISS,
under the style of GATES. BLISS & CO.. will
continue to man
manufacture and sell at whole..!, .ml
retail every description of
Cabinet Fiiriilliirc, Clinlrs.
JUulresscs, l'lcturn Frnnics,
ic, Ac, at the old stand near the Bridge.
a A J. II. GATES,
E. W. BLISS.
Brattleboro, July 6, 1 856. 28
The lartra Aiifttiftf v ff Hai tfti.
jins. i.. a. oaiujUy..
at Hie old Hand on Elllol-st., consisting In part as
Aati-B Uious Pills;
Compound Kitractof Dandelion;
" Syrup or Vellow Dock;
' Syrop of Comfreyi
Female Restoraiire Conllsl;
Composition; Hot Drops;
Extracts, Tinctures, Ac.
These medicines were rtrensr.! l.v iKm I.i. n. '
I Carley, who bad the exclusive possession of the 1
'l from which they were made; andthoeewboj
- "ri" suuiucrucies win uo
1 Jo give Mrs. C. a call.
J , lMh
ril .. 17t . -
X E3IPLE OF V A1YCY ! J
The Rrcalrsl Ttnriialua ever olTered
on a Ilrnlllvboro Counter 1
TIIE Whole Stock MARKED DOWX
July 19, I8J0. 3,23
HAETFOED AND NEW-YORK STEAM-
' I "US"?' btesmer CITY OF I
, IIfl'V,URn Capt. Mllia. will leave
fr0?o . . T .'. '.V V.tr TT4'' '7
a'vrv J' ! 5' ' ' "., , .A. T '
?' S v7ii:. PH.k V'V7 v " WeJn1'7
andFnday at SJ P. M., for New York.
,,?T Fxn t0 otk 1M- Forward deck
r-- . . . . .
, utu aT,' n,n. .r.", ,r8" cUm
,.BU"' anu iurniane.1 wun special re-
FW "d comfort of paasengera. Tbey
b&Tal PlTrt f fit a mnrrl Mnmmn.lalinnn a a.1 u t
T-itifK... ii-.P"""" Dy."'",.t VrMl
. miiuif a a i a., u v vviiiiva. s mx u tats
.BoaU. Freight Uken at low rate.
May 30. sm22 WM. SAVAGE. Agent
TmS will commence its Fall Term
1 on Wedncsdsr theSd dav of Sent. r..,t
rratm Uk ?'"" announcing that
they have secured In. wrriccs of MR. HENRY
W,5)S' Dob" f l Soruono.. Clsss in Xxix
""- inva7"riwwiii.u4H io I A IS
Cotl wbo well known reputation a. a srjofur
irarrant ids auurtnee to iboae rbo tnnj atacoi
iufc luiairrui win uo uoiu azrccaoie anu pronuDie.
Ttrtm, at tutu.
TLest s-.ea rAl.tl! 1 .tt?
IVhittnjham, Julj 8th, 1856. 28 i
WESTHIKSTER SEMI. Villi,
T WTI a Vina ff r IFinn i ......
1 1 "t Assisianis.
J.IJ. rail. W nter and Snrlnf. Terna f II l. '
each, benln lh but Wedneaday of August. No. ,
vember and February, respeetirely. 1 week vaca-
tlon before tbe Summer Term of 6 weeks. For
Ctalo-niea iliotimr tlie ttsodtnr of thU Semlnarr.
for boanl. or room for elf-boanling apply lo thfe
npcipnu 1. , IIALsl,. BCCrtUIT.
Julj li. 18G0. ;W20
VEIIMONT VAI.L.15Y .HAII, - nOAI,
13tb d,T of Aua-ust .est 1 o'cbJa"
ou the KuowbarUclL " ' i
-- bo holdeu
"Uo?. YmS" ' i
noon, to act on the following articles :
i., t- -i. e " i., r. . ..
' vompnuy lor me
2d. To transact any other businew that .,u.
glycom. before said meeting. ,
All Stockholders In Said ComnanT will baear.
I' "e,r."IJ S0"1' tm' In '"e"
.7. r r , K n a."' V? ,Pn"",S
to the Conductor the Certificates of their 8tock.
L. O. MEAD, Clerk. ,
Brattleboro, July 10, 1856.
NEW BOOKS, NEW BOOKS'.
LIFE OF JOHN C. FREMONT)
Life obJes. Buchanan;
Miss Bremlr'a New Book;
The Martins of Cro' Martini
Wilson's Western Africa ;1
John Halifax Gentleman;
Jarve's Italian Lights
Gerard the Lion Killer;
Allison's History of Europe, 2d Scries;
Bsyne's Christian Life;
A Lady's Second Journey round the World;
Help's Spanish Conquest, &e., Ac.,
VLT At FELTON'S Booksto&c
July 10th. tf2S
Health anil Sirrnglli.
. a. O. RICHARDSON'S SHERRY
IV INC MTTKRUIl Ih. be. I md,ri.. eve.
usee lor spring ana Bummer complaints. Ii has been
more hberelly patronised tbsn aoy oilier ever ealab.
li.hed in this country. II it the ssme Riebsrdioo's
II, Here which b.s reilored so many invslidi to brslib
Itittcr.. Tli renuina have n fae aimit. uln.,;....
"" "P?" ,k "I1" envelope. For sale by Drngiiiils
Ji"', 0(1 " 0'fi" 81 """" ""e'l
mp .,. , ' , , .. , ,
T"IEubscr bers are Agenta for the sa eof TW-
"""" na " PP"M to fill orders
lornojqunniujonnaiisiaciorTlcrms. -Also. Jiir.
Co. and A. Simmoas Son', SCYTHES,
wholesale or retail.
N. CHENEV & SON.
June 19th, 1856.
TLOOIl OIL CLOTHS.
- f PIECES In i-i, 4-1, 6-4, 8-4, and 8-4 Oil
Cloths (ntw patUm,) lust received and
win i Mld.low. E1T Corneror Maine and Elliot
streets br o. K Atrsxrw
O. L. AUSTIN.
I. " w tai. b? FnOST t OOODlinE '
JJ For .si. by FROST S QOODIinE.
- - . 1
- .,,, ,- m T.
TiV' - PINQ LOTS. Four of the best
. i.rniio i niar.i.i t n i . .
building lot. In town, iltuate on Walnut-St.,
soia cuesp oy tne sunserioer.
Feb. 8, 1866. 115
MATUKSSKS. Best Hair and nuskMaU
ressea for sale by A. E. DWINELL.
June 20, 1856. sm25
A (lrst.rate PIANO.
X particular. Inoulreof E. J. CARPFNTEU.
llrattlcboro, March 20tb, 1866. 12
REFRIGEIIATORS of a nle quality for
ale by A, K. VWINELL.
Brattleboro. Jus. 20, 1666, (Jw25
- 1 at asltllaV,! AII.liUlII.U.1 1 lift II TBI nn I III I
Estey & Greeks
At erery Exhibition during the past season.
wnere ion "raarBCT MKLonrox" was entered Tor
I competition, It Invariably took the nast runs
At the late STATE PAH:. l.,r.ll II,. .,.,1 .
Ingenuity ef the best minufac.urers In tb' State 1
were nut to the test, the Committee awarded the
liri,urr tin nnrAv .... .
a u..s.va lag urst pnic lor
control al will the power of the Base or lower half
of the Instrument from the soft rat nUnlnatmn. an.l
latibe same time the treble or upper half retains all , J 'hose who have used them to be as good
ii nas long oeeu an objection to tbemelodeon among
gooa musicians thvt tbe lower part could not be
played soft and subdued enough for a delicate ao-
eoropentaent while the air or melody wasproml -
sired, uul tne application of the Base Damper we
lie tnina no One will be disnoaed AimhuAin
. i . . ' .
Biinuurni wiinout inis aiiscnmenl alter having
seen Its advantages and experienced the charming
atnimt -l.k,l .1.1. .....i..? v.
riiTicmia aiTtSTio ram th racraatso
instiiumi:nts for ciiuncuns.
! Foom the best manufacturers, selectel by Prot B
of Boston, which Is a sufficient guar-
-umu, tunr rzcciirncc.. lor sale anu to lien t. at
Brattleboro, July, 18o0.
GERMAN FLY PAPER,
smtn de'atii to ruts.
" "'AN FLY PA.
rnit, for tb. ,oi, i
rertsin dealnielion of
r i.il.n.ariT. HUGS,
This valuabl- anl.1
it offered to tb. iar,l si
a Deadly Poiaon for the
nboi e asned pes la it all
II is perrecttt'.iinole snd sale, ret sore and reriala
i in ill aciiaii, I nerc IS lisewiso so PSSCSR Tons
i irrntiictoED imm tbe inccts
irrittHCwDtD limn tb itertti owtamor imyibiiir
ib4y mv romcla rooiari viibf intr lrttiaitt 'a.
ir utl h pQtm a gttti advAnurs rer all oiUr
roiwti. I' Ut net hix tb? to mutttrn, ihtrtlr
prr.fniiaK tfx erUmt affrJcnU Wh ire of a)mo1
Ua,li otrottrHtr, II raa b huar AA lt oa.Il a
rooi, or in tb. ,nd.,.oo,.r ., rVaeYed Fewi'
i in5" war tt oe -irebeDded of in irjurf
... . .
1 o"iobi en rack ibeei. Retail I'jVt.C
I Pef ltlJ.
- ' '
GERMAN PLY PAPER
! "OOR the sure and certain destruction of A7,
JL. UOathtt. -fnf. ifuri. .Uuaau'loi. Ae. Thia
. : :;: :. v . :
"fc ar ar.1 certain In tbe destruction or the
fbove named pest. For rtt wholesale and retail.
ouerru sa iienecny simple ana
" ' oiin.ir.iuu s s.l.u..l.l.
The subscriber In consequence of
t in ueauu iceis nimseu oongca to re
, linquisb tbe Stone Cutting business
Hf t H f T p . . ,
D"'", Um'- ERlot Street w ith-1
,0 fc,r lte Water-Cure EsUbliabmenta-
' Water-Cur. EeUUlshiewta-
M5"1 "aa ample accommodations, and la now
occupied hy thrf fsrolliea. farh hsvlps all desira. ;
. a-T, Wi inUcV: iillieVr..
. - i " .! . . .
realise at least 6 per cent, on the capit.l for rents I
and at tbe same time reserving to himself a large I
'.j convenient tenement wortl 8100 ner ,.,
Also a Granite Stone Vard situsted on Bprfnr-SL.
oi auuicicDi nixe lor lue convenieni storage or a
S.'p'il i.R fr drM,n; V"1 Black-
Itb s sorge with all neeessarr Tools ami . I
",f I,-" . .? .'.,,CC??fullf"?ee?-
2 .L'.t k?"n.r-n V"V"ftU'?T Ihf. Is the
best location for the Granite business in thU part
of he country, her. being no lother rstabllshment 1
of the kind within a circuit of 20 miles. The
auu iu. jiurcnaaer. jcrro. lor payment maae
easy. Possession given the 1st of October next
For further particulars enquire of the subscriber
on the premises. J. A. PENNIMAN,
Brattleboro, July 10, 1856. 28
Farm for Salo.
The subscriber herrbr aires notice
that he wishes to sell his Farm sit
uated In Ibe North part of the town
of Putner and on tho direct road to
ii estrainiter n est) tt is about tbree miles to Put
ney tillage and about two miles to East Putney
Depot, llconslstsof about 135 acres of good land
inai is wen waiereu ana a good set or Uuildings
on It ploaaanllT situated. The land Is well dltid.
ed Into tillsge, pasturage and woodland, the tillage
in in ciccticui conumon, Hearing excellent crops
it cuts usuallr thirtr tons of ban the wood lot la
covered with a fine quality of timber, consisting of
a inc, ucmiocB, inesinui, asu, una ana iiecco.
There Is also on the place a large orchard of graft
ed Fruit Wishing to go West I offer the above
for ssle and will sell very cheap. Any one wish
ing to purchase will do well to call and examine
while the crops are on. If any one wishes I will
acu ids crop, ana ail, ana immeaiate possession
given. D. C. CARPENTER.
Putney, June SO, 1856. 28
THE subscriber offers for eale Tin aem oj
Pint Tinbtr located about one-fourth mlb
West of Dnmmerston Depot, very easily conveyed
to the ran irdeatrfel I .n.on. .l.M
saia lotwuiaoweiitocaiisoon. tor rurlber par
ticular, enqure of the undersigned.
28 GEO. W. CLARK, Brattleboro, Vt
USE NONE BUT
HATES' ALLIED OINTMENTS
AND IIU.MOK SVKUP.
?1l qvulion finally tttlltd I Iaralidt Jltjoitingt
, nau (.. .i. euaa.tii,. , i
SCROFULA, Salt Rhuem, Erysipelas. Can
cerou llumnn, Scald Mead. Iicb, Uurni.Merru-
nil Doret, reer corei, uicen. umj.wofm, and Ho
tnort aud Eruptive Dt-ea-e of ever kiod ean hacur
ed, a oli the Dlood cteaoied of all impunliea by ibeui
of Ilae' Allied Ointment and llumor Syrup tbe
ntmi eiTeelual rentcdiei ever oflVred iu ibe puMIe.
The relrbmed feraedlet rura dtwatea apeedilr.
ihorcMtehlv aad raarmaneDllr. vvilhoal tnluw in ika .v...
lem. have immeroua le.timomaU hunt peranoiof
llsat wt ra....s.l..l,l . la9u. '
.... -,i.Kitiaini,ia - "w V u HW) w(siug Q lit a
Ibeae severraihac re medrfi In iheir famitie,, In lha
ttty rt formi ofditeftke, wilh h mott happv aod
teencRrieil reaiilli. Ttr ihrm entire lUra.s.tir.
antaedluall crim, Prepared ly pr. K, D. Ila.'
prtMora l.a m retire, Mau., tinware nfau article lotbf
maiktt led iKa "Or nulae Allied OmUueat" nu up
by Cbn. H. Keot, aa ibat U a bst touottrfeltoo
; As I. the milling of the might. Cataract Atajora
-Stoddard & Leonard's
of GOODS o7e"err dri''ie 'u""'!
I We .would tenler.urtefal.cfnowWg.roent.
for the liberal patronage we hate receited and
would extend our hand with a warm heart to anr
who may gite us a Call. We plcdie ourselves to
giro as good bargsins (In our humble way) al oar
neighbors (who make high pretentions.)
He nave Just received fresh TEAS COFFEE
which are good and cheap.
SCOAR & MOLASSIJ, low compared with the
high prices in market.
LWinXS 4 ORANGES at wbotesaleaod retail.
FLOUR, all grades and prices.
FISH, all kinds ; together w:th a best of articles
which for particular roe catalogue.
B1UI1MAKI1 & I.UONAIUJ.
Brattleboro, June 2otb, 1600.
Atherton & Hastinp
dot. Richardson's Cast and German flteel
SCYTHESof Suuerior oualitv and rtn'ial. At
wbolcaile pricca to Merchants br tl.r !.-,, n Atu,
1 for ' ' nttSl. These Scythes are sold without
ia warrant at extremelr low nrlcee. and are ran.
nmoon naiidanu win supply merchants
or """ers at wuoiesale prices by the dosen:
SIYATIIES, ItAKKS A.I I'OItliS.
; Also SCYTHE 8TONES. and a verr nfc. artlel.
i tbe verr best Scrtbe Rlflo nter mannrw.i,,rl
1 - CnVTI t nnrassren). " - . .
I " - " uut .mi ci ittt on Tour rMvth I ir in
' . -e .t.. . ... .. . r . - " .
Llera far 1?1 eanta ai
ATIIUIITOX Ji 11ASTIVIW
June 27, 1858. 26
New Summer Goods !
HO. 1 BLAKE'S BLOCK,
Cunaaa Elliot aau lai 8isi
At lb. Sign of the Elm Tree.
O. E. AUSTIN,
WOULD a to iLf cfticD f Hralltfboro tad .
rioiljr thai b fca opened uuguififeiit tlock v(
fCY DRESS GOODS
Staple Dry Goods
that he will sell at Ttry low prices for cash.
MV STOCK is fretb aod hw aaJ be kpt to.
Cuitomcrt will (blcate br In tnul ibi ihrr will find
,h CHOICEST STk LESand lb. BEST I
" ':! of t-
" too. "1 b. f.-ely .1....
tb CIIOICCUT STYLES aod lb UtST FA Bit ICS
our good. .Ul b. frrely .1....
Tie undersigned by keeping good Goods and Miliar
lbesiat lew prices b-sos la m Lis old frlenda nndeu.
na..nn.A t... la 10'.'
DR. R. M. AYERS,
Eclectic Phlrslclatl nnd ftnrp.nn.
TTAVINO Uken an Offic. at No. 2 Elliot Street.
II .i . . u . . . ... . . 1
h" foond " 'he day and night)
will attend to all calls In bU profmlori. 81
Dr. AYERS will keep . general a4ortment of
fresh BoUnlo and EcfcUo Medicine., togelber
with .uch Compounds aa have been UUd eudfbuud
i. .i. .
Dandelion, Tellow Dock aod Dysentery Syrups;
a.ieviro vueuncai Kinimeui,
Anti-unions mn, sc. sc.
It shall be my endeator by attendlnir str'Mlr to '
my oicn business to merit the good wishes vlf not
U,;.RJro?gf ) ?f Publ,, Kl"f",lJr- I when sealed up. These are. Indeed. Iiiinriw. and i rP1IE undersigned has received s Urge resort
With the highest respect, I remain your ever , may by secured by every one at a small oosL .17-1 ment of Men", and and Children'.
Trent, ftnil wllllni. i.mnl TV. V AVTTIU , . .
; ready and willing servant, It. 31. AVERS,
Tlrcrsani. Prof. W, Brasilia!, Lowell, Mass.
Prof. J. W. douisoa, Hartford, Coaa.
Prof. E. Dcse, Middletown, Conn.
Prof. A. Jacksox Howe, Worcester, Mass.
STATU OF VEKJIO.Vr, Distbict or
WisTHiasTiB. ss. Tht Hon. Probult Court for
laid Dittrict t To all persons Interested In the
Estate of XENOPUO.V GILLSON, late of Put
"V70D are hereby notified that this Court will di
X. clde upon the allowance of the account of
Ull AKLL3 blllUULKV, administrator of said Fo
late and decree distribution thereof according to
law at the session of said Court to be held at the
Probate Office In Grafton, In .aid District, on the
Erst Wedncsdsy In August, A. D, IBoC, when and
where you may be heard In the premise. If you
sc. fit. BEN. W. DEAN, Register.
Grafton, July Sd.1854. 2S
STATE Or VEItMONT, MantBoao, ...
T JVoiofc Court for tald Diilrict .-To all per-
.on. Interested In the Il-ut. of JOHN W. BUT.
LER, late of Dummerston, deceased,
yjOV are hereby notified thst this Court will
X clde unon the allowance ef tbe account of
PIIERE BUTLER. Administrator Din .aid Es
tate, and decree distribution thereof among tho
i. ui .mu unocai. ni iu. amnion lorreoi 10 DO 1 aula, ariuuoe, nemi-weeaiy Ulilll auer ine i resi
held at the Probate Office In Brattleboro. in ssld ' dentlal election for ONE DOLLAR free of noata.e.
District, on the last Thursday of July, A. D. 1880,J
when and where you may be beard In the pr 'inis-
es, If you ace flu F. H0LBR00K, Register.
NOTICE. This may certify that I have Ibis
day given to my son DAVID his time during
his lnlnoritr. and Ibis Is to forbid all neraona trust.
Ing him on my account aa I shall henceforth pay
no debta of his contracting nor receive any more
of hi. earnings after thia date.
Wbltlnghatn, June 21th, 1846. 23
100 M. IIIIAHTSIIINOLUH,
For sale by FROST & GOODHUE.
171 OR Rich and Handsome .trie of CARPETS
. at Lou Pr(c, tJT Corner Store, No. 1
BlaaVa Bloolc. sign of the Elm Tree.
o, E, AUSTIN.
BeeJtbAm. July. IBM. ,
New EttablisIinienlll.Fine Gold and Silver
,c,PN,r!Jr onn totheettl.rns of DrattleUro
"c!n"" '" W havtcorntnehced
GROCERY, PRODUCE AND PROVISION
I w i . .
I "bole.tle and Retail.
.... J -aLso i largest Importing Houses and msnofacturing e.
CKOCKr.HV AXD OI.ASS W.HJ tsblishments la tb. United Slates, enable, i to
Farmer"' TmntomAntt fe I offer our costomers one of thelalgest and most
XJimirs impiemCIIU, W., 4VC, elegant assortmentrof Goods In oar line erer or
al the newly fitted STORE on Mala Sraatr, one '"T1 JinUUbln
door South of Fisutn St lUrtx's, Among our assortment faay be found
s improvement is the order of Ib.da .1..11
endeavor tokeep up with tbe tluiee.
"GOOD GOODS,- - -Ul'EAP FOR CASH"
is or MOTTO t I
and wetnist that our ready-pay system will be du. 1
ly appreciated, as we shall not be obliged to charge
extra prices to offset 1 oases by bad debts. We can
consequently offer greater Inducements to porches-1
ers, who are invited to call, esamine, and Judge I
for theroselvrs. j
In thus making our public debut, we tender the !
cordial hand to our neighbors in the same line,
whom we have known only to respect, and If we
shall, as we often may, offer Goods lower than they
are disposed to sell, we trust they will not regard
It as designed to Injure them, but to sirn't and it
ers a share of public patronage.
Brattleboro, June fth,18o6. 23
Just Received as Above!'
A New and full Assortment of j
rAMIIiY GROCERIES, 1
and other GOODS adapted to our trade. In tbe se-j
lection of which we hate followed our own Insliua-1
Hon, and as we think, hate acted for tbe benefit of,
our customers, in purchasing puro article, and of 1
the best quality, such as we can confidently rtcom
L V Among our variety may be fuund !
; Sugars of all kinds; Molasses; Syrups; .
Green and Dried Fruits;
Teas of all grades; Coffee, Ground A Whole;
Spices ; with all tbe various articles needed in
the Cooking department,
Drr and Pickled Fish : La run Oil : Fluid t
Candles; Lard; Pork; Hams; Flour, 4c.
I Also, Nails; Scythes; Forks; Hoes; Rakes;
1 Shovels, 4c, together with a large asson
oi irocsey ana uuss w are.
N. B. We particularly Invite such as are fond
of reatty good Tea, lo make one trial from oor
store. Prices range from 2.1c to 7fc per lb.
Goods dditered In any part of the village free
cf expense. jr. CHENEY Ac SON.
June, 18M. 3
Two tledals and I'ife Diplomas Awarded.
ARTHUR'S PATENT AIR-TIGHT
CAWS AND JARS,
Fresh Fruits, Tomatoes, &c.
rsm LAST TSUI sr
Tbonasods of Familvs, IlWel and llo.rd.r-lliHiK
Kecperi, iib ibe mo.i eompleie aoeeeiV.
"iYT EARLY two LnndreJ tliotuanJ of tliM
X sels were nted dorioz the latt lummtr. hj I
!! J I a. if t i . . a '
Mniiininu twin it'i Lxnrvjtn-uuuavc ftcrpvr. ana
with the tnoit complete laccean.
Id order to gite those who hare net tried them,
undoubted CTldcnee of their rtliabililj wo offer a
few out of an almost unlimited number of tntituo
olalt that could to adjured. Vrer Mat vtort
eompttte tuectit atttmdej tht introduction of any
nrvnrnnr aumrNic air.
Last tear, a rrcat varietT of Selrealinr Cans
.ul J.N v.M nmnriMnHi I ... ... . . , .1
V" T "J-:""',, ' .".
were wrongln principle, failure was Inevitable, and
thousands of housekeepers lost their fruit In conse
quence. J2T AuthtVs Sru-Suusa Caxs xto Jits
are a very different article from these, and war
rantnl to real hermetically.
We bava used for noire time, said are rtill uvinr.
Mh at the Glrard and UricrrellouiMas Arthurs
Tatcnt Self-Scalioj; Cam, fur putting up frtih frits
lomatoes, c, ana naa mem, in au reapccti, ad'
tulrabl adaoted to tbepurpoM. Tbej-pos-
seas mxnj adTantacu orer all other Cans that wel rrIIE subscriber Is recelfing exery week, dlroct
hateteeo. Ilaiinj: tried and proTed them, - lj from aome of the best manufacturers
w. can .pea connaeno, ineir "JJ
Proprietors Girard and La Pierre Hooses", Phils-'
Aaron's Stir-Staujn Cax. From all quar-
lers we near me oest accounts rrom lucse self-healing
cans. Tbey are tornlog out admirably. Scores
of our personal Mends have nsed tbem, and are
now luxurating In fresh rruill and tomatoes
There were a varietr of eelf-aealinz cans offered
to the public last year, and there will. In .11 prob-
wuuy, u. grraiernumper uunngtne coming
season. Not ooe that we hate seen bears any com
parison. In our estimation, "Arthur's j" and our
advice to all la, to try no olhercanorjar neat year.
Godty't Lady'i Book.
Evrnr variety of .ummer fruit was put up iu
the. Mm In nup fjmllv l.a, u. -...1
efarUrrriri, peuriei, fomooe.. Sc.. u fresh as
tAur's Uomt Magaziat.
We hare In our family a variety of fruit preserv
ed In tbesa cans, which we use tbroueb tb. winter
wun ireai sniiaiacuon. anu wnicu our tlstllng j
. - , . . . , : . r
inenus pronounce aa irean as u mey nsd lust tccn i
cathered PUladtlokia Mmknil.
SIZU.1 AND MATERIALS.
Tta Cass. Pint, quart, half-gallon, and gallon.
Fiat-Paoor Vrxtow Wui Jam Pint and ouart.
Tk CM taTi eecure economy In
J. STEEN & SON,
Wbolesnls Ilookacllers and Stationers,
I! RATTLE IIORO. VT.
Agent, for tbe aale of the above Cans and Jars In
tbe State or VERMONT,
July, 1856. 3w28
Congress & Empire Spring
TUST receited fresh from Saratoga and for sale at
Brattleboro, April 21th, 1S3G. Sml7
TIIE subscriber will furnish the 'Campaign
Tribune ' nnbliabMl at tha rffif. n'f tti. New
It. publication Is advertised to commence about
tbe 20th of June, and Its first number will contain
the doings of the Philadelphia Convention,
E. J. CARPENTER,
At Pcnodical Depot,
Brattleboro, June 18, 18S8. 25
NOW IS THE TIME.
THE subscriber has lust received from Boston,
and direct from the Manufacturer., a large
EST" Ladles', Gent.'., Mlsse. and Children'.
BOOTS, SHOES AND OA ITERS,
which are to be sold for the next NINETY DAYS
trending low for Cash. P. 8IM0ND3.
Brattleboro, June 12th, 1856. 21
NOTICE. This certifies that I hate given to
my son. DORR D. BLOOD, bis tima until ha
Is of lawful age I shall hereafter claim none of
bis .irurogs nor pay any debt, of hi. contracting.
Fulaey, June IS, ISM. 26
And Rich Jewelry for 1856.
THOMPSON' t RAXflFR
have recto returnbd from
Bcston and New.York with
tbe tewest styles of rich
fiOI.U ANU SILVHR
Plated & Brit 'a Ware
to U found. Oar airannmenls with acme of it
G JLD & SILVER WATCHES,
tii.M linger Kings, Ear Rings,
Bsom Pics, lotkct', Soectaclo, Thimbles,
l'euclls, Bracelets, Cea.lt, Watch Keys,
Seals and Chains. Pens and Belt Buckles.
Warranted SilverTable.Tea, Salt & Desert Spoots,
Napkin Rings and Fruit Knives,
Splendid Plated and Britannia. Ware,
Coffee and Tea Tots, Casters,
siugar dow is and Creamers,
Knives ft ork, wllll fer c
lory Cocoa and Ebon)
Tea Trart. Snuffers and rnn
Tea and Dinner BelU, Rators, Sciason,
Shears, Pen and Pocket Knives,
Spy Olssses, China Vases,
Tape Measures, Snuff and Tobacco Botes,
Elegant Port Monica,
Pocket Books and Wallets,
Ladles Reticules and Port Folios,
Shell, Imitation Buffalo Horn, India Rubbol
Dressing and Ivory Combs,
English and American Tooth Brushes,
Cloth, Hair, Nail and Crumb Brushes,
Bus Viol, Violin and Guitar Strings,
Back Gamon Boards, Chesa Men,
Raior Straps, Shaving Brushes,
Soaps aud Creams, Toilet Soaps, Dolls,
Fancy and Common Bellowse.
Fancy Herth Brashes, Feather Dusters,
Brsss and Iron Candlesticks',
Plated, Britannia and Iron Spoons,
Glass Candlesticks and Lamia,
Glass Shades for War Flowers & Solar Lamps,
A splendid assortment of Fans from (So. to 84.
IT CLOCKS. Among our variety we hate SO
1 boor, 8 dly an 1 22 day Clocks. It Is raid tbe 82
! day clocks will run a year and not vary more than
j Watches and Clocks carefully repaired and war.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER WANTED by the
tun or smaller quantity, provided we can pay for
It; we don't like to get trusted.
THOMPSON Ac RANGER.
June, 1856. 3m24
War. C. Bryajyt,
RESPECTFULLY annotmcta to the peopla of
UraltlcUro ami vlclaitjr that b baa letted
the shop formerly occupied hy Luru k Bitiit,
.NO. 1 B LAKE'S IIUILDIXR,
Corner of Main aaJ IlIt Streets
where fee baa opened & Dew and desirable assort
llttfi A hf'r.nTirti r 4 vctn i.iira
I Doeskins. Vesilnaand Fnmlablnr'fior.1..
1 . . v.,. . n .1 . ....
I rtw Gentleinen'l wear, at Uiis season of
His stock Is composed entirely of new Goods,
bought with especial reference to this market.
Hating had many years experience as a Cutter
In the largest establishment in thia Stats and eke
where, he natters himself that be shall be able
to satisfy the demands of the most fastidious. All
Particular attention mid toCottlni tnrnthmr
roaViog at the abortest notice.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
' Tbra In wan! of Rtiirt tinm.ir..t. r.
i . ..J. " -
.., wuuan-, ouapruuers, uioves, Cic, will nn4
1 well selected stock constantly on hand.
By keeping up with the best CitT Sttles.and br
a strict attention to business, the undersigned
hopes to merit a share of patronage.
war. c. unYANT.
Brattleboro, May 22d, t65. 21
B fl 0 f. R P Tl ( R ll fl P Ct
U U i,a 4I1U OUUBSi
.BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITEHS,
n'I, ,0 hJf order, xprIj for rrtailUf, of tne
-- um R,ii.uira io givo aauamcitcu.
DAVID W. LEWIS.
No. 4 Blake'a Bloek.
N. B. A tood sunnlr of Men. and Wnnana
Boots, and Shoes at four print. Also a few pain
left of those cheap and good Calf Peg Boots.
Gents Boots aod Shoes made to order.
Repairing done neatly,
D, W, L. I. Agent for one of the Maaanebusetts
Manufactories nod will Use orders front the trade
and supply at factory prices.
June 27. 26
STUA.W, PANAMA, LEGIIOIllT,
CANTON & SCNNET GUARS HATS,
.ultable for Summer wear.
For .ale ohesp, aa
nsual by B.0RT
UrntlUlioro Ma. lal TkM
urattlsboro, May 1st, 1846.
CHASE & TRIPP,
Successors to BEN K . CHASE,
WILL continue to been a general etock of Lon
don and Genera Watches, among which
may always be found some extra one once made for
and imported direct by ourselves wsrrsnted to run
to sulk Together with rich Jewelry, Coi'a Silttr
Fork and Spoont. General Fancy Goods, and
every thing pertaining to a Ladle, or Gent. Toilet.
Particular atttniion to uvrk.
Standard time kept by the finest Regulator in
Brattleboro, May, ISM. 22
Wool Carding nnd Cloth Dressing.
THE .ubscriber., after forty years experience,
again ofTer their service, to all those who may
want their Wool Carded or Cloth Dreeaed In the
very beat manner t but they will warrant no roll,
made from wool not washed on the sheep.
As "Young America" Is the order of the dsy.
we .hall hereafter do our work at the lowest cash
price, but rirs ao credit. We will be ready ta
waiton our friends and the publio on and after tbe
first of June next. O. A R. BAG0.
North Bernardston, Msy 21, 1666. 2
TIIE subscriber would .ay to tht Inhabitant, of
Wilmington .nd surrounding town, th.t he
bat Just received a large lot of COFFINS or all
Ises and neatly finished, which he will .ell at
price, that cannot fall to suit the purchaser.
No. 3 Weil River Street, Wilmington, VI.
Msy 25th. 1866. 22
JvOn eale low, by
J. STEEN & SON.
PIHEMIXANA or, Sletcles and BuiIcmum.
Plu.rl-bua.tah t be Doeatleba. P. H Tl.
Titeief tb. Dutch Bepublie. by J. L. MotleyT Fit
.. 1 ..".r"!" V. Dttta el BUM),
way so, lew. 2i