Negroes arc Citizens According to their
It was one of (ho points In llio Lata Repor
ter') rcviuw of the Dred Scott cue, that tho
Court did not, as hm been generally supposed,
decide broadly that a free negro cannot be a cit
izen of the United Slates. This opinion is cor
roborated by the recent decision of Judgo Mc
Lean in a case tried before him at Chicago.
Jnmcs C. Mitchell, a colored man, a citizen of
Illinois in 18M, brought ai action against a cit
izen of Wisconsin, in which tho latter pleaded
to the jurisdiction of the Court, averring that
tho plaintiff was a person nf color, to wit, a ne
gro. To this plea the plaintifT demurred. '
Judge McLean observed in his opinion that,
as the leading counsel fur defense admitted that
this case was not ruled by tho Dred Scott case,
it would be unnecessary to refer to the latter.
The distinction obviously intimated by the Judge
is found in tho difference of the pleas in the two
cases, viz: that tho plaintiff was "a person of
color, to wit, a negro," in this, and that ho was
"a npgro of African descent, his ancestors were
of pure African blood, and were brought into
this country and sold as negro slaces," in the
case of Dred Scott. As regards tho latter, the
view of tho Court appears from tho following
language of Judge Taney, although elsewhere
lie uses terms susceptible of a broader interpre
"Tho plea applies to that class of persons on
ly whoso ancestors were negioesof tho African
lace, and imported into this country and Bold
anil held as slaves. The only matter in issue
before the Court, therefore, is whether tho de
scendants of such slaves, when they shall bo
emancipated, or who are born of parents who
had become free before their birth, are citizens
of a State in tho sense in which the word citizen
is used in the constitution of the United States
And this being the only matter in dispute on the
pleadings, the Court must be understood as
sneaking in this opinion of that class onlu that
is, of those persons tcho are the descendants of
Africans who were imported into tins country
and sold as slaves."
But in the case of Mitchell there was no aver
ment that he was descended from a slave ances
try, and the court could not presume it in favor
of a pica to jurisdiction. On tho contrary, in a
free State the presumption was always in favor
of the freedom of every man, although this might
be different wliero color was a badge of slavery.
It was admitted that Mitchell could not vote by
the law of Illinois, but the judge held that this
was no bar to citizenship, taking the ground that
"tho term citizen may well be held to mean a
free man, who has a permanent domicil in a
Mate, being subject to its laws in acquiring and
holding property, in the payment of taxes, and
in the distribution of his o lato among creditors,
or to bis heirs on his decease. Such a man is
a citizen, so as to enable him to sue, as I think,
in the federal courts."
This is an important decision practically, for
in a great many cases it will be a matter of ex
treme difficulty to show by evidence that a negro
is descended from slave ancestry, that is, from
"Africans who were imported into this country
and snld as slaves." It is also a beginning of tho
difficulties which will follow the attempt, through
apparent political motives, to brinj; a new legal
principle into our courts of law. The distinc
tions will be endless, and contradictory in pro
portion as too grand and established presump
tions in favor of freedom and the determined in'
tcrestsof slavery shall conflict. Iioston Journal,
Duties of Parents to Schools.
1 . Parents should send their children to schools
constantly and seasonably.
2. They should see that they aro decently
clothed, and cleanly in their persons.
3. They should encourage them to respect
and obey tbe rules and requuements ot the
A. They should encourage them to bo orderly
in their deportment, and studiously to regard
6. They should encourage them to be studious
by manifesting an interest in their lessons.
G. They should have a regard for the charac
ter ot tho uooks their cliililren read, anu see tnat
thev read under6tandin"ly.
7. They should cultivato in their children
tiabits of true politeness and courtesy.
8. Besides visiting the school and co-operating
and sympathising with tho teacher, they can
do much for its improvement and success, by
manifesting at all proper times and in all proper
f daces, an interest in its welfare, and a deep so
icitude for its reputation ; by speaking well of
the teacher and of all his judicious plans ; by
palliating or excusing his faults or failings, (of
which every teacher must uc expcciea to nave
some,) and by inducing their neighbors to visit
tho school and take an interest in it t exercises ;
thus showing to their children, in the most con
vincing manner, that they feel that their present
employment is an important one, and that tho
dutiet of school are not to be regarded as of lit
tlo consequence. CMi'o Journal of Education.
A Democratic Congressman. The fol
lowing letter, says tho New Albany (Indiana)
Tribune, was written to the editor of the Rising
Sun Visitor by James B. Foley, who was elect
ed Representative to Congress last fall by the
Democracy of the Fourth District in Indiana:
UltEENSUURG, Aprile, 18. 1857.
Dear sir, you will pleaie find two dollars en
closed tor the payment ot tbe Visiter, you have
been kind enoueh to send me your paper for the
last nine months and we arc told from tho best
orthority that the laborer is worthy his hairer
I must say yours is a good caunly paper sn faire
as General news is conserned as to the political
Part of tho paper according to my opinion will
fjll short to so mo Extent the crate printineals
taught by our four fathers but you are yet young
anu i nope you will improve youres truly
JAMES H. FOLEY.
New Use for thk Press. The ladies,
now-a-days, aro using newspapers at 25 cents a
bundled for the manufacture of hustles. To
manufacturo tho bustle, they take the tape and
put it between tho leaves of several newsnaners,
then "gather" the newspapers at tho ton and
tic the tape around them. The lower parts of
mo paper 01 course are irieguisr, and when Hie
skirts and dress are thrown over them, produce
the necessary bulge. The Utica Observer in
fnrms the world that it is in large demand for
this purpose, and daily used. It is an editor's
busimss to create a daily bustle in the affairs of
men, nut wo doubt very much whothcr propri
etors o1' newspapers know that they are creating
a tjusiie among women. txttcaris uagie.
iiKBSTI.lt AND lllXHANAN. -A gooa BhCC-
lote has lately been revived touching Webster
-and Buchanan; soon after the Great Expound.
er had discharged one of his heavy guns in tbe
United States Senate, a gentleman was extoll
iug him to Buchanan. "Yes," said the latter,
uhe is a ureal statesman, but no politician :" the
same individual met Mr. Webster in the cars, a
few days subsequently, and improved the occa
sion to elicit his opinion of the philosopher of
"Wheatland, and singularly enough he slid of
Ducnanan, "Do is agreat politician but no states.
Too muck Propriety. -An editorial in tho
New Bedford Standard, upon popular recrea
tions among our cuunlrymen, contains tho fol
lowing truo and well spoken thoughts:
"Onee inure, we have an ovurttr.!,,! .ml .1.
most a ludicrous sense of personal dignity. We
are afraid to unbend. The clergyman must Lo
a stalely and dignified person with a bronchitis
eiiRcndering cravat about his neck, and whoso
very laush is solemn, lite achool-masLer ia a
Kjllounml dyspeptic individual, without a thirn-tile-full
if animal piri!s ; and everybody is dread
jully afiaid of being laughed at.'
The recent deaths of iienry and Frank Uul-
ard, sons of Rr, Talbot Ilullard oflndianspulis,
in an accident upon the Marietta railroad, adds
fl ' J item to a most singular family 'sillily.
J'hi-ir maternal grandfather, a lineal desceudant
of John Cotton of Puritanic memory, wu chok
td to death; theJrpaternal grandfather, Dr. Ar-
temas Dullard of West Sutton, Mass., broko his
neck in a fall from a hay-loft; one of their un
cles, Dr. Jpsso Buliard, went down with all his
shipmates in a sudden squall off San Francisco,
in 18S1 ; anil another uncle, Rov. Dr. Artcmas
iSullard of St. Louis, was killed at the sad dis
aster at Gasconade bridge, on tho, Pacific rail-
row, in loss, llirse young men wore ncpli
cs, we beticvo, of Iluv. Henry Ward Becchcr.
POUTENKSS AMONO AUTItOllS. John A.
Ucraud, n voluminous writerin "Frazcr's Maga
zine," in its youthful days, has brought out a
new edition of his epic poem, "The Judgement
of the Flood," long since forgotten. lie has
revised, and nearly wholly ro-wrilten it. Orig
inally jt appeared in company with tho "Do
scent into llcll." another epic, of which, when
Ilcraud asked Jerrold. "Have vou seen mv Be-
scent into Hell 1" tho satirist emphatically an
swered, "I wish I had I"
The Electric Tkleohapii. Many a pound
is lost In the attempt to economiso bv excessive
abbreviation in sending telegraphic messages.
"Don't come. Too late," was the messago con
signed to tho electric telegraph in London tor
a famous accoucheur In Edinburgh. "Don't
como too late," was tho message delivered. Off
posted the doctor to tho English Metropolis
only to learn that the "little stranger" had re
ceived Lis "welcome" soma days before his ar
rival. All who senil by telegraph should recol
lect that the wires don t punctuate.
Reports from Southern Illinois report the
wheat ctop, just harvested there, as tho largest
ever grown in that section of tho State. In tho
northern part of tho Sia'etho crop will be below
the average. In tho Western and Middle States
the fruit cton promises to be very largo, and
western New York alone will have a surplus of
apples sumcicnt to supply all deficiency which is
likely to occur in Nv England.
The skeleton ot a man was found near the
summit of Mount Washington, (White Moun
tains,) last Sunday, which is supposed to bo that
of Benjamin Chandler of Wilmington, Del., who
was lost on the mountains last fall. A gold
watch and about one hundred dollars in money
wero found on the remains.
'Stuttering Ben," who was toasting his shins,
and nbseived that the oil merchant did not moro
than half fill tho measure, called out to him ;
"Jim, I can t-t tell you how t-t to sell t-t twice
as much oil as you do now." "Well, how ?"
growled Jim." "K-f fill your m-m-measure !"
HTho people of Lawrence, Kansas Ter
ritory, have organized a city government on
their own hook. They, the people, claim to be
the fountain of power, a claim that squatter
sovereignly can hardly controvert.
S PEC I A LN 0 TIOE S .
House Tmtlmotif In fnror m( Dr. Graves
Ilyuelau Alterative Syrup
TOWNSHEND, VT JULY 13, 1847
A. II. GATES & CO. : I feci It duty to state Ihe follow,
tog facts to tbe public. I iu troubled with the Scrofula for
twenty years. During that time I paid over a hundred dot.
lars for medical services and various kinds of medicines, but
I got no kind of relief Two year ago I wu advised to try
Dr. Graves Uygeian Alterative Syrup. I accordingly did
try It. The effect of the flnt bottle encouraged me. 1 took
a second bottle of tbe Syrup, and eipvrlenced a decided ben
efit from It. I cooUnued to uae It fur aereral weeki, and
Strang, aa ftmayaeem, I felt It had wrought a complete
change Id my system. It had purified my blood, regulated
my digestive organs, and totally eurtd me of the Scrofula.
My disease has never returned to this day. 1 would recom
mend this remedy to every one troubled with Impurity of the
blood. Vours truly, OltEN IIOV.NTO.N.
A. II. GATES & CO., Paoraliroal, Woodstocc, Vt.
O Agents t Burr, Foster & Co , No. 1 Cornhill, Boston,
Wholesale Agenta. Kemp k lloynton, Townshend j tiewjer
k Smith, Newfane ; Howe fc Sherman, Wllliamsrllle j t D.
Perry, East Dover; J. G. Itlgglns, Ward.boro; rawjer &
1'itle, West Townshend; C. II. Pierce, Jamaica; and by
Druggists generally. 29-ly
THE GREAT KNOLISII REMEDY. Sis. Jahu CttRtl'l
CELEBRATED FEMALE IMLLS.
Prepared from a Prescription of Sir J. Cl'tke, M. D., Phy.
tician Extraordinary to the Quten.
This Invaluable medicine is unfailing In the cure of all I
those painful and dangerous disorders to which tbe fual I
constitution Is subject. It moderates atl excess and removes
all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be relied on.
TO UARRIXD LAPUS 1
it It peculiarly suited. It will, In a short time, bring on the '
monthly period with regularity. '
Each bottle, Price One Dollar, bears the Government Stamp
of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeiu.
Thett Ptllt should not be taken by females during the '
F1HST THREE MONTHSof Pregnancy, as they are sure 1
to bring on Miscarriage, but at ecey other time and in every
other case, they are perfectly safe. I
In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pain. In the
Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, PalpltaUon of
the heart, Hysterics, and Whites, these Pills will effect a cure 1
when all other means have failed, and although a powerful
remedy, do not contain Iron, calomel, antimony, or anything
hurtful to the consUtutlon.
Full directions accompany each package.
Sole Agent for the United States and Canada,
(LATE I. C. BALDWIN 4. CO.,)
Rochester N. Y.
N. U. S1,00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any author
ised Agent, will Insure a bottle of tbe Pills by return mall.
For sale by J. W. Ilolton, BratUeboro, Vt., O. F. Woods,
Bellows Falls, and by Druggists tn every town In the United
States. Fred E. Smith, Montpelter, Yt. wholesale agent for
the Stabs. 6-ly
MOTHERS t MOTHERS! MOTHERS!
AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN. DON'T FAIL TO
procure. Mrs. VTinslow's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. It hsj no equal on Earth. No mother nhohas ever
tried Mrs. Wtnslow's Sootuivq Braup for Children win ever
consent to let her child paaa through the distressing and
critical period of teething without the aid of this Invaluable
preparation. If life and health can be estl ated by dollars
and centa, It Is worth Its weight In gold.
Millions of Bottles of Mrs. Wlnslow'a Sootbiko Strut, are
sold every year lo the United States. It Is an old and well
tried remedy. Prlre only 25 centa a bottle. The genuine
article has the fac simile of Curtis &: Terklns, New York, on
each outside wrapper, 18-ly
Another Rcmarltable Cure of DyprpIn
BOSTON, JULYS, 1851.
0 estlim JUt, Agreeably to your suggestion, It glrei me
pleasure to itate, that tome Are weeks ago, I purchased to
bottles of your Oxygenated IJittcrt, and commenced using
the same according to directions, and experienced the happi
I had been troubled with dyspepsia about three year
During the warm season, and at times, was obliged to give up
all attention to burin ( D1 although I had tbe ad rice of
many good physicians, I wu confined for six weeks to the
house, and continued to grow worse, until I took your medi
cine ; Im now almost cured of every disagreeable symptom,
and able to do buMneM aa usual.
The whole credit of my restoration to health U due ta the
Oxygenated Bitte, Your obedient servant,
ABNER SMITH, Central Square, East Boston.
Sni W ?owlk & Co., 138 Washington Street, Boston,
lYoprletors. Sold by their agents everywhere. JEJ-SO
It has been said of old "this Is a world of wonder'1 and
to the observer Is dally presented something new and wonder
ful, both In nature and art. Men of genius and skill are
constantly engaged In seeking out that whlo-i may become
valuable to the public, and a living emblem to scientific,
and from all these wonders which huve been brought before
tht world, and particularly our medical Faeulty, there hai
boon nothing asyetsurpaiwtd Perry Davis1 Pain Killer, which
li the most valuable family meldne now In use, for many
Internal and external complaints that flosh Is heir to. To
convince you of the tact, you have but to call at the drug
store, where you can get a bottle from 25 cents to 81
Tin Piljr Kiuta As a means of removing pain from tho
body no medicine has ever acquired a reputation equal to
Perry Davis' Pain Kill r. The sale of this article has exceed
ed all belief But It haa real merit, and that Is sufficient.
Nwport if Covington (Ky,) tftwt.
Sold by JOSEPH CLAKK, Urattleboro. 29 SO
Charles Loudon Cordial Glu
AN UNKUUALLED STIMULANT, DIUKLTIO AND TON
to uncGEUfr, and an AQisiasu AJtoiuno sUMrraitT ikvcb-
I beg to call the attention of Southern and Western mer
chant to the superior merits of this exquisite cordial.
It ( a pure extract of the Italian Juniper Berry, distilled
from the very best of English grain, under the surveillance of
the British Kxerclse Laws, and has been pronounced by the
medical faculty or Oreat Britain and the United States to be
the best and the safest alcoholic tlkn&laat ever offered to tho
It Is used with great success In cases of Dm mil, Ooct,
lUkTiuTuv, Diorsr, (Jiivil, Colic, Choliea, Fiveb and
Aqcc, Stuctcbk, Diiiajhi or tub UsitfiBT Oaaiss. rusr-
BT. &C. 1
It Is also a delicious tonic beverage, and by It peculiar fla.
ror (o different from other gins) I universally eatoemed by alt
The following, among thousands of a similar kind. 1 from
o reliable and valuable a source, that we give it placei
' . NBW.Yoec,Bepl.2J,1865.
To Col. K. O. Co A i Li i Mr Diab Bi a Under some cir
cumstances we reoommend Holland Ola as mudlcine. As
yours contains a much larger quantity of Juniper, I think It
Is a preferable article. It is th but mticir, or rat simp '
Bare sim. Viltsmi Morr, 51. D.
(Cr Beware of poisonous mixtures, manufactured In Imita
tion, and told as Loxdox Cordial Oik 1 1
The records of the Custom Houses In Use cities ot New York,
Boston and Philadelphia, show that CiinaiV Lohdox Cosoi.
1L Qis Is the only London Oin really imported, and sold tn
bottles. A recent controversy tn the New York papers has
demonstrated that up to that date, to wit, the beginning o'
November last, the only Importation of London Cordial Gin
ever made, except by out selves, ha) been two ptpes Imported
In 1855. On fe credit of these two pipes,which would fill
only a feio hundred bottlti, over one hundred thoutand
doten, of a noxious mixture, called "lAndon Cordial
Qin,n have been tpread nil over this Continenl,and told at
a cost 20 per cent below the cost of importation of fondon
Cordial Oin, by one coneemt whilst another, who repre.
tent themselves agents foruUooth if Sedgwick, of London?
bid HsviR turoRTED osB drop, and yet have flooded the
whole South and H'est with their totalled LoSDOS Ol.
The genuine Cuarlek' Lomdos Gift la for sale In quarts at
one dollar, and pints at 60 cents, by all druggists and Grocera.
Be sure that, though allied "LONno CORDlit Giy," It Is ab-aoluU-Iy
CHARLES'. To escape adulterated and poisonous
mixtures, it does not suffice that the article be labeled Loxdom
Cordial Gist but be certain It is CHARLES'. None other Is
genuine. For sale by Uie Importer and Proprietor.
EDMUND C. CHARLES,
No. 40 Broadway, New-York.
For sale In BratUeboro by JOSEPH CLARK, and J. W.
In Fayettevllle, July loth, by Rev. O. Warren, Mr. DAN
IEL B.LAMSONof Newfane and Miss HANNAH PERRY of
At Bellows Falls, July ISth, by Rev. Mr. Day, HENRY
WELLKR and ROSAMOND FIELD, both of llawley, Mass.
Iu Sutton, July 2nd, LORENZO WARREN, of West Royals
ton, Mass., and Miss AMANDA M. COLUY of Burke.
In this village, July 19th, Mrs. BETSY, widow of the late
L. K. Bemls, aged St.
In Westminster, July 0th, Mrs. ELIZABETH, CADY, 22.
In Newfane, July 9lh, Mr. AMASA LINCOLN, 70. Will
publishers In Mass , R, I., and N. II., please notice.
Iu Chester, July 12, Miss ALD1NA tilZZV. daughter of
Mr. Asa Muuy. Also, June 3, Mrs. REBECCA ALLEN,
widow of I.aae Allen, late of Chester, 80 years. Also, June
10' Mrs. COOK, widow of Amos Cook, lata of Chester, 00.
A CARD TO THE LADIES. DIl. DU-
XV PONCO'S FRENCH PERIODICAL GOLDEN PILLS,
Infallible In removing stoppages or Irregularities of the men.
ses. These Pills are uolhing new, but have been used by Uie
Doctors for many years, both In France and America, wlUi
unparalleled success In every casei and he Is urged by many
thousand ladles a ho have used them, to male the Pills Public,
for the alleviation of those suffering from any Irregularities of
whatever nature, as well as to prevent pregnancy to thosd
ladies whose health will not permit an Increase of family
Pregnant fematca or those supposing themset.es so, are cau.
tluned against using these Pills while pregnant, as the pro
prietor assumes no rcsKinslblity after the above admonlUon,
alUiough their mildness would prevent any mischief to health l
otherwise these Pills are recommended. Full and expllct di
rections accompany each box. Price $1 per box.
Sold Wholesale and 1UUII by JOSEPH CLARK, General
Agent for BratUeboro, Vt. Sold also by Druggl'ts everywhere.
XT Ladles by enclosing him f 1,00 to BratUeboro Post Office
can hare the Pills sent (confidentially) by return mall. Re
member and ask for Dr. Duponco Qoldtn Villi. Signature
on ea ach box.
ST A T E O F V E It M O X T .
WiuJh&Lu Count Court, April Term, 18S7.
Scoflrld Si Plcrcr rm, Dnrld I. Scoflrltl.
AT RKBiis, CIIAKLKF SCOFIELD, of th City of New York,
ami JAME3A. PIEUCIof II rat lie bo n. In iaU Windhun
County, copartner! under the firm of SCOFIKLD& I'lKKCK,
brought their action to the prctent term of thl Court ftgalnit
DA ID h, SCUI'IELD.or SUmft.nl, In the County or Fair
fit Id, and State of Connecticut, demanding levea hundred
dollar to balance took accounts brtweei) them, at by tbe
plaintiff ult on file more fully appear.
And it appearing to the Court here that the defendent re
Idea without the tiute, and hai not liad personal notice of
aald iuit. It U ordered by the Court here that aald caae be
continued to the next term of thli Court to be held at New
fane In aud for aald County on the third Tueaday of Sep tern,
ber, A. D. 1SH, and that the plalntiffi notify the defendant of
the pendency of their said suit, of the time of the Court to
which It U continued, by publishing the substance of their
saU writ, with this order fur three weeks successively In the
Vermont rh.enlx printed at said Ilrattleboro, the last publica
tion to b at least six weeks previous to said next September
Term of said Court, which publication will be deemed suffi
cient notice to said defendant to appear and defend said suit.
IU TYLEU, Clmk.
It. W. Clixie, llalnUITl Attorney. 30-32
DAY BOOK OF Till Til !
A SURE GUIDE TO WEALTH
ANU Call EAT II A UO A INS.
The Summer Is passing and Autumn draweth nigh a ord
In season may be of much benefit to thoc within to Inrett a
tmalt or targe amount of capital. Being grateful for past
patronage, and also being satisfied that our course has met
with favor from the large circle of friends and customers, we
still hold forth the hand of welcome, pledging ourselves to still
continue the motto of "Quid Saiti and Smalt Prtrfts.1
Millinery Goods,such as Bonnets, Ribbons,
A. a, will be sold at great Bargain. All those wUhlng such
Ooo.lt will find It for their advantage to call early, for they
are bound to be closed out at most astonishing low price, be
fore Sept. lit, next, regardless o to cost.
ALSO, X LAUGH LOT
MUSLINS, LAWNS, &.o.,
will be closed out at great bargains.
A large and general assortment of
HOOTS AND S1IOI-.S
constantly on hand, vt the best makes, and at the lowest cash
noff we are COXSTJXTLr receiving fresh additions
to our already large stock of
DRV GOODS, GIIOCERIKS,
WEST INDIA GOODS,
HARD - WARE,
CROCKHRV ti. GLASS WARE,
PAINTS, OIIJS, kc, ke.
We have on hand a ew C1IKST3 more of that good TEA
left which we will sell at same uotd prices.
Just received, a cargo of Real Turk. Island Sail,
selling at 25 cents per bushel. Also Urge and small SACK
SALT,rfsa orouftd and warranted.
DOT We hare the sole sale ot Clrrrlnud City Mill.
k sour iu n luDingiou. anu nave constantly on nana a large
stock of the Best Family Flour at the lowest prices. XX
XT Wanted any quantity of Wool, Butter, Cheese, Beans
auu umu u. ail iiuui, u.rn iu exenanffe lor U1M1IS.
D. GILBERT DEXTER.
Wilmington, July, 1857. 30-33
LACK It I V K II A C A I) 1! .11 Y,
The Fill Thru of this IssriTmoK will commence on WED
NESDAY, BEIT. 2D, and contnlnue 11 weeks.
MOSES BL'RDANK, A. M, Principal.
Miss LUCV A. BUItUESS, Preceptress, and Teacher of Mil.
sic and Drawing.
Arrangements hare been made to secure such additional In.
structlon as may be necessary.
Hoard in good families, $2 per week.
Tuition from (3 to ft the term.
Extras, Drawing and Painting, 2- Music $S, use of Piano,
for further particulars enquire of the Principal, or of
O. ROUBINS. Secretary.
Ludlow, July 20, 1857. 30-3
II E S T K It ACADEMY.
The Fall Tea of this IvsTiTrcioi, embracing Tbrki Dt
rARTMENTS, Clnttalcitl. Hiiilicr liluiiliab.and Nor
ma 1 with competent teachers and a systematic course of
siuuy in eacn uepartment, will commence on THUIISWA.
SKIT. 3D. Lovers of good order and hard study are Invited
For CmccLAR3 address the Principal,
E. 1". STONE,
Formerly Principal of Iloyalton Academy.
Chester, Vt., July 20, 1857. 30-3
"irUIWIONT VALLEY UAILUOAD
The Annual Meeting of this Corporation will be holden at
Island Hall, Bellows Falls, on Wednesday, 12th day of August
next, at 1'2 o'clock noon, to act on the following articles 1
1st. To elect Officers of said Company for the year ensuing.
21. To transact any other business that may legally come
before said meeting.
All btockholders In said Company will be carried over sa'd
Road, free of charge In going to and from said meeting, i
that day, upon presenting to the Conductor their certificates
01 SUtCK Li. U, JMCAU, ULKKK.
SAFIS AT LAST.
NO MOKE EXPLOSIONS.
Greeuouglt Cnrbonlo Acid Gas iioii-ExpIo
ire riuiu ami j amp 11 cue.
Having purefeased the exclusive right to sell the NON.EX
1'LOSIVE FLUID k CAM I'll KNE In Urattleboro,
I now offer It to the public
nnO ALL THOSE WHO FROM A FEAlt OF
- accidents by Fluid bare preferred to burn Oil, and there
by sit In darkness rather than lUhL allow me to say that af-
tcr havlnn seen a ureal variety of experiments tried with the
Fluid I am fully convinced that It may be used with perfect
sarciy, ana wiuiout the slightest probability or accidents, and
you have a clear, sab, good light, Instead of a poor one.
Though more expensive, this Fluid will be sold at Die same
price of the common kind, and Is used In the same lamps and
m mo siuue manner aa me common niuid,
You have only to try It to be convinced of its merits.
P. II. AVIIKELKR.
BratUeboro. July, 1B47. it-29
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL,
NEW YORK. JULY 12th. 1857.
The public aro respectfully informed that the price of Board
at this Hotel Aai not been advanctd, but Is as it haa beeu
acreioiore, ai z,ev per uay.
29-3J THtADWCLL, WHITCOMQ k CO,
SHUIOLEY & WRIGHT,
Hot. 2 13 ailAMTJJ H0'iV,!i:lii)J7'7'X:iJOflO,
Jul, J85T. tf-W
WILLOW CARTS FOlt CHILDREN,
far III by A. E. LWINELL.
Bratttcboro, June 6th, 1857, 3)
FOR SUMMER READING
OU1DF. TO THE WHITE MOUNTAINS.
THE BIBLE k THE TEOPLE, By Mus Biccaca.
THE HEIRESS OF GREEN HURST, By Mm. Suriutl.
THE LIFE OF CHARLOTTE BRANTE, 2 Vols.
GAL'T GURLEY, a new supply.
NOTHING NEW, Uy Author of John Halifax.
THE FORTUNES OF QLENCORE, By Cms. Livia.
BOAT LIFE IN EGYIT, By rami.
SPURGEON'S SERMONS, 2.1DBIRIU.
CAMPBELL'S l'OEMS, In Blue and Oold.
HOOD'S I'EOMH, In Blue and Gold.
GERALD MASSEY'S l'OEMS, In Blue and Oold.
CHARLES SWAIN'S POEMS, In Blue and Gold.
LONGFELLOW'S POEMS, In Blue and Gold.
TENNYSON'S l'OEMS, la Blue and Gold.
New Hooks obtained at short notice without extra charge,
June, 1857. At FBITON'S Book-Stoat.
Shuioley & v man t ,
AXD bflLlRS IX
Men's Furnishing Goods,
TRUNKS, VALISES, TRAVELLING BAGS, UMBRELLAS,
sc. ho. 2 at a URlRlTE ttuw, urattleboro, S t.,
Iiare Just received large additions to their former stock of goods
suitably adapted to the season, lo which the attention of buy.
crs Is respectfully solicited. 25
KSTMINSTEU SEMINARY, VT.
L. V. WAItD. A. M., Principal i
Mrs. li. II. WARD, Teacher of Ornamental Branches l
8. L. LEACH, Teacher of Music f
LORIN 8CIINELL. NaUre of Oennanr.
Teacher of German Language sad Assistant Teachers.
Located on the bank of the Connecticut, between Bellows Falls
atxi uraiuciforo, opposite aipoie, a . it.
The next Fall. Winter and Burlnr Terms of 11 weeks each.
begin the last Wednesday of August, Noreniber and February,
a ne inauccmcts to parents ana sell-educating students to
patroulie this school are.
1st, Its permanent and experienced Board of Tacktrti
at the head of which Is L. P. Ward, harlns: occupied his pres.
ent position tut forty consecutive ttrmi. The other teachers
nare occn connecteu wun me scnooi m a serin 0 year$,
21. Tbe location and influence of the place. SltUAtednear
Walpole Depot, IS. II., on Cheshire Railroad from Keene to
Bellows Falls 1 also near Westminster Depot on the Valley
Railroad from Urattleboro to Bellows Falls, In a farming vil
lage, entirety destitute of public places, It gives inducement to
habits cf regularity ami study.
3d. ttt clatt ofiekolari, No primary department Is ad
mitttil, The pupils are most of them Teachers.
Sixtyevenot thu Uat Catalogue were engaged as teachers
of schools during the winter. Full classes are fitting for Col
lege and large numbers are studying Practical Surveying and
4th. The Economy 0 the School. Convenient houses
and rooms are now held and frequently rented to thone who
may wun w reside iu tne Tillage a year or more rur scnooung
their children. tUobtautifut roomt entirety furniihed and
carpeted, If desired, are htld In private families at a very
reasonable rate iur young lauies, wnu may oe wuung to ao
their own work. Livdleaat adlstauce as well as near at hand.
can have proniioni and meant of t(f boarding thus furu
iinni uiruugnoui ai ineir rooms at a small poruou 01 uie usual
ex)?iise of attending school also In the new Seminary ample
rooms are prepared for forty young men for self boarding, one
to a room or more aa desired.
Board with Incidentals la also furnished at the Ibiardlng
Houw or private fj.mll.et, or families of the teachers at as
luw a rale a any other school.
6th. The superior chance ot a complete coume In the Or
namentat Uranchet. In Thorough Bast and Piano Music,
In Uie German Lannuane under a Native Teacher and In drill
of Ural hers of school. . The Principal will deliver a full course
of Lectun before the Teachers' Class during the Fall, upon
the Elements of tbe Common Branches. For Inquiries, Ad
mission, Rooms, Board, ke.t address must be made to
1TOI. a, t . n AUD,
Westminster, VL, July 11th, 15 T.
The subscriber offers for sale his dwelling
house and four acres of land situated at the
termination of Chase Street, tn a retired and
pleaant part of this villa ee. About one
acre of this land Is cultivated as a garden and orchard, the
rest Is on a hill covered with forest trees, shrubs, wild flowers
kc. The house Is of good site, ami convenient, furnhvhrd 1th
wood furnace and well supplied with pure water. It ll shel
tered from the winds of winter, nd the scorching heat of sum
mer, and Is one of the most desirable residences in the village.
lie also oners lor sale one acre or land adjoining trie afore
said premises, and a building easily Convertible into a neat
dwelling house. A part of this land Is a ganlen with fruit
tm-i thereon, and a part U covered with sugar maple, oak,
chestnut, pine kc.
These premises will be sold separately or toeether to suit
purrhawrs. ADDISON ItltOWN.
Ilrattl- l-.ro, July S, 1857. tf-23
J" E W M E A T
M A It K E T .
I would Inform the ieople of Urattleboro and vlchiltr that I
have leased the room under I, V. LcwU' Iktct and Shoe
Store, So. 4 IUnUr'a Block, where I Intend keeping a
general assortment of
FKKSH AND flAI.T MEATS.
alio iAiii,iiui'E & rural i nan.
I would say to those In want of the same that I will sell and
deliver my meat at the Market, thereby avoiding the expense
of men and teams to carry It about town: Also that I have
not only seen but felt the effects of the credit system, and have
come to the conclusion that a ullird lit the hand Is worth two
to the bush." I shall therefore sell for cash, hoping that I
may be able to sell at a Uss price, and not oblige the man who
buys his meat and pays for It, to pay for his neighbors. To
those who raise nwat to sell I would say that for good Her ft
1'ork, Vrul, Luiub, Muttou and Poultry, I will ;
pay cash and a fair price. I
3-7" s-'ltusit fish every Friday.
ILespectfully Yours, C1IAS. K. ALEXANDER.
Prattleboro, July 9, 18S7. tf-'2S
HEADY PAY STORE !
IS THE PLACE TO BUY ALL KINDS OF
FARMING TOOLS, fee. kc.
WE KEEP ON HAND at all times fresh
supplies of Ooods which we will sell for cash as cheaD
as can be bought elsewhere.
Wauled, all kinds Farmers Produce In exchange for
Goods or Cash, WYMAN k WKDSTKR.
BratUeboro, July 1st, 18J7. lf-27
BaATTLCBORO, June 19th, 1857.
MANUFACTURED BV L WELD,
THE BCCKSTLT IMfaOVED
Woodwortk Surfacing Pinning Mill,
MATCHING AND JOINTINO APPARATUS
attached In such a manner that your boards are very smoothly
puiueu, joioicu, maicnen ana groovea, suitable lor
floors, or sheathing overhead, kc
THESE MACHINES ARE MADE OF
the best material and by experienced workmen, every
part being stout and well made, and warranted li proper tare
Is taken lu oiling and cleaning.
I have been tn the business of making these machines near
ly 10 years with my ton, I. It WELD. Our machines
have been shipped, and used In almost every State In the
Union and the Canadlea with entire satisfaction, for aught I
Please call and examine before purchasing elsewhere, this
being the place where you will be sure to get your monejs
worth in a goal machine that will plane a thousand feet of
lumber nicety la less than 40 minutes.
O All orders addressed to L. WELD, Drattleboro, VL,wil
be promply attended to. tfJJ
II. P. ALLEN'S
Hair Dressing and llathing Saloon,
UNDER THE REVERE HOUSE, DRATTLERORO, YT.
MONS. K. I'INAUD,
HAIR DRESSER AND WW MAKER, FROM PARIS.
MONS. PINAUD, respectfully informs the
public In general that he hai made arrangements with
MR. ALLEN, to work In his new establishment during the
season, In which Mr. P. will manufacture hair-work In the best
manner and style. Such at
LADIES' FRONT riECES,of every s lie (
HALF WI03, D1AIDS AND CURLS 1
OENTS WIGS AND TOP PIECES, made to order at short
notice, at the Jiair cutting, D;UUi.g ud onaring Saloon un
der the Revere House.
IT LADIES will please call for Mons. PInard at the Rivcre
BratUeboro, June 10th, 1857.
READ THIS. DR. COMEGYS MAN
ufacturci MINERAL TEETH, with CON
TINUOUS Ul'MS fused to tbe plate, new and beautiful
feature, a desideratum In mechanical dentistry.
In the insertion of Artificial Teeth by my method, certain
essential points are attained i 1st, They are so arranged as
to render them effectual In masUcaUon. 2nd, They restore
the contour of the mouth better than any other style, and are
adapted, in color, to the aire and complexion of the DatlenL
3d, They are so constructed as to make them much stronger
than common work I and 4thly, they can be neatly and easily
repaired If broken. All other styles of work done at my office
un reasonaoio terms anu warranted.
Mais St., DaATTLiBoao, Yt. tf 10
AW HAIIt BOUGHT Oil EX-
changed, at the llalr-Work Manufactory, under th. Ue-
vere House, Urattleboro, Vt.,
11 K. l'INAUD.
BUILDING LOTS. FOUR, OF THE
best building lots In torn, situate on Walnut street, will
be sold cheap bj th. subscriber. . KIRKLAND.
fcb. 8, lilt. US
T ANTED. TWENTY THOUSAND
TI feet 1 1-3 Inch thick Maple and Birch Boards. Also,
ten thousand feet 1-2 Inch aud 3-4 Inch Bus Boards, by
J. II. It W. II. tSTEHMtOOKS.
llarch 4, 18i7. 10
T IME ! ! LIME ! ! ! ONE HUNDRED
I J n,i, iru...hiri. r.. .aU
i. II. fc W. II. ESTERBR00K9.
uraiuetwro, April 1, 18M. It
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Copartnership ot MARSH tt HASTINGS
Is by mutual consent dissolved. The business formerly car
ried on by them will be continued by 1'IIILO SIAH8II and
ujin si. uainu), unaer uie nrm or aiarsn at jiaynes,
JOHN II. 1IAYNKS.
)Vllmlnton, June 30, 1867. 21-30
STATE OF VERMONT.
WtXTMtntTtlt, 8. 8.
Tht Hon. rrobate Court for tht District of H'ettminsttri
To all persons Interested In the Estate of JOSHUA LAW
rtENCE,Uteof Windham. In said District, deceased, Greet
ing, W hereas, C LA UK STEARNS, administrator of said Es
tate hatli presented hii petition In writing to said Court setting
forth that the debts allowed by the Commissioners agalnxt said
Estate amount to the sum of $1214,00
That the charges or hdmluUt ration will be about 60,00
To which U to be added such sum of personal estate
as may be assigned to the widow, estimated at 160,00
That the amount of available personal property la
Leaving the sum of $714,00
chargable upon the real estate of said deceased, and that a
fiart of said real estate cannot be sold without Injury to those
ntcrested In the remainder, and praying for license to tell the
whole of such real estate. You are hereby notified that this
court will decide upon said application at the session thereof
to be held at the Register of Probate's Office in Grafton, In
aid District, on the 11 rut Wednesday In August, A. D. 1857,
when aud where you may be heard In the premise If wou see
fit. DEN J A. W. DEAN, Register.
Grafton, July 10, 1857. 29-31
STATE OF VERMONT,
District or Wutmixstco, 8.8.
The Hon. Probatt Court for said District t To all persons
concerned. Greeting. Where&ft, ALWIONZO TAFT, Guar,
dlanot CHARLES 1'H K LI'S TAVT aud Phi Kit It. TA1T,
minors and heirs to the Kstate of CHARLES I'lIKLl'S, late of
Cincinnati and State of Ohlo,deceacd. hath presented his pe
tition in writing to said Court, representing that it would be
beneficial to his said wards to sell all their interest and estate
in the following described real estate situated In said District,
to wlti The real estate In the village of Grafton, consisting of
the tarern stand and land connected therewith now occupied
by William Stratton, and also land In Windham being Uie
farm conveyed to Charles I'helps by Lewis Wheaton, by deed
dated April 18lh, 1930. and praying for license to sell such
estate of his said wards and convert the same into money.
You are hereby tioiIDed that this Court will decide upon said
application at the session thereof to be held at Uie Register of
l'rubate'i Office In G rafton in said District, on the Ant Wednes
day in August, A. D. IS 67, when and where you may be heard
In the premises, If you see fit. 11KNJ. W. DEAN, Register.
Orafton, July 7, 1857. 29-31
STATE O F V E HMONT,
Dutoict or WuTiuxsTKa, S. 8.
Pursuant to an order of the 1'rubatc Court for said District,
Uie undersigned, WALTER SCOTT and 8ARAII SCOTT his
wife, of Townshend In said District, hereby give notice that In
accordance with Uie provisions of an act entitled MAn Act to
provide for Uie AdopUon of Persons and Changes of Names,1
approved November 30, 1863, we hare adopted as our child
and heir at law FRANK ALEXANDER 81IIPMAN, a minor
under Uie age of fourteen years, residing In said Townshend,
and Utat said minor Is lo be known and called hereafter by Uie
name of FRANK ALEXANDER SCOTT.
Townshend, July 1, 1857. 51340
TATE OF VERMONT.
MiRLDORO. S. S.
The Probate Court for said District : To all wrsons Inter
ested lo Uie Estate of SUMN Kit DIUELOW, late or liiUng
ham, deceased, Orectingi Whereas, REULCCA M OK LOW,
widow of said deceased, has made application to this Court,
representing that said Estate does not exceed In value Uie sum
of one hundred and fifty dollars, and praying Uiat Uie whole
thereof may be assigned to her You are hereby notified that
this Court will decide upon aald application, at Uie Session
thereof to be held at the Probate Office, In BratUeboro, In said
District, on the last Friday of July, A. D. 1857, when and
where you may be heard In Uie premises, If you see fit.
23-30 F. HOLD ROOK, Register.
ST A T E O F V E KMONT,
MlBLHORO, B. S.
The Probatt Court for said District t To all persons Inter
ested In the Estate of MOSES RICK, late of Newfane, deceas
ed, Greeting- Whereas, NELSON W. RICE, has presented
to this Court an Instrument purporting to be the last Will ot
snld deceased, for probate i ou are hereby uotified that this
Court will decide upon the probate of aald Instrument at Uie
session Uiereof lo be held at KNAPIrtd Inn, in Newfane, in
aald District, on the last Thursday of July, A. D. 13o7, when
and where you m.iy appear and contest the same, If you see
fit. 23-30 F. HOLUROOK, lUgisUr.
STATE OF VERMONT,
The Probate Court for said DistricttTa ill persons Inter
ested In Uie Estate of AR1AL ROOT, lte of Guilford, deceas
ed, Gm-tlng: You are hereby notified that this Court will
dvclde upon Uie allowance of the account of JOHN C. MEL
LEND Y, Administrator upon said Estate, and decree dis
tribution thereof among Uie heirs of said deceased, at the ses
sion thereof to be held at Uie Probate Office, In BratUeboro, In
said District, on the Lut Friday of July, A. D.18&7, when and
where you may be heard In Uie premises, If you see fit.
i-Wu F. HOLUROOK, Register.
The subscribers havlnc been appointed by Uie Hon. Uie Pro
bate Court for Uie District of Marlboro, Commissioners to re
ceive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all per
sons against Uie Estate of EMORY SAWYER, late or Brattle
boro. deceased, ami alvo all claims and demands exhibited lo
oOVt Uiereto, and six months being allowed ror that purpose,
rrom the otui day or June last, we ncreoy give notice uiat we
will attend to Uie business of our said appointment at Uie
dwelling house of the late deceased on tbe first Tuesdays or
September ami .November next from one to lour o'CIock r.
h of said da,.. K. C. CNgg, J Commlul()Mr,.
We. Uie subscribers. havlntr been appointed br the Hon. Uie
Probate Court for Uie District of Marlboro, Commissioners to
receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all
persotis against Uie Estate of GARDNER SMITH, late of
vtardtboru, deceased, and also all culms exnloltca in onset
thereto,-aud six months from the 8th day of July, 18&7, be
ing allowed for that purpose, we therefore hertby give notice
Uiat we will attend to Uie business of our aald appointment at
Uie late dwelllog house of Uie deceased on Uie second Wednes
day or aWptemucr next, irorn u o'clock a. i. to 4 o'ciocu i
M.onsaidday. HOLLAND PLIMPTON,
DANIEL READ. J Commlssioncrt.
Wardsboro, July 15th, 1857. 25-31
TVriSS WA1TK, HAS PURCHASED
IT 1. Ue Mllllnerr Store lately occupied by Mai. M
B. RHODES, and will continue to keep on hand all Uie varie
ties 01 uoous usuauy louna in suca a store, ana wiu manuiac
ture to order any style of ltoniaellIrnl DreMorCap
which may be called for at the shortest notice. She wishes to
say in particular sne nas tne very Dest 01 9111.unz.1us ana
will continue to keep them. She has Just received her Spring
style of Pnrlalan lint, and would assure customers It is
Uie only genuine Parisian yet brought to this place.
Please call and examine for yourselves. o charge made
for showing Ooods. WANTED 12 good apprentice.
March, 1867. IS
The largest and best assortment of PINE LUMBER tnat haa
been offered In this market for a long time) also on hand a
good assortment of all other kinds of lumber for building and
other purposes, by J. ESTEY.
BratUeboro, June 18, 1857. 0w25
The subscriber offers for sale cheap,
1 DANIELS' PLANINO MACHINE)
I TENONING MACHINE)
1 TONGUE aitOOVINO MACHINE)
3 CIRCULAR SAWS, with TABLES)
100 ft. SHAKT1NQ, with PULUESl
200 ft. 11ELTINO. COLIN CLARK.
Urattleboro, June IS, 1S5T. ii
SJAXTON'S RIVER SEMINARY.
The VALL TERM of this lone established and popular In.
BtUullou, will begin on Wednesday, August 26th, with a full
corps of efficient Teachers.
Eur further Information Inquire of 1VM. N. WILBUR, A. I).,
1'rlnclpal, Or of JOHN A. FARN8WORTII, Secretary.
gallon's lllver, Vt., June 2ltli, 1857. S26
EW INDUSTRY IN Brattleboko.
Watch Guards. Bracelets. Ear Rings, kc. Braided to order
at short notice and In a workmanlike manner,'
Drattleboro. June 2flth, 185T. By E. PINAUD.
A R M
Tbe undersigned offers for sale a Farm situated In West Brat-
tlebnro, and containing anoul one nunarea acres oi excellent
lanlt well wooded and much of which Is heavily timbered.
Said Farm contains suitable Buildings, is well watered and in
a good state of cultivation. It is situated about half a mile
from the Village of West Urattleboro. NANCY ELLIS.
Brattlrburo, July 2,1851. 4w.27
I A N O
One second hand ENd. PIANO FORTE for sale at a tow
price, by . A. E. DWINELL.
BratUeboro, June 2th, 1857. 2t
Q A R P
Two second hand CARPETS ready-made, for sale by
June 2dth, 18(7. A. E. DWINELL.
l'rof. Molir'. German Fir Paper Is a sure de
stroyer of Files, Bugs, Ants, bo. Directions accompanying
each sheet. For sale by WYMAN Ji WEBSTER.
July lit. U-27
Came Into the enclosure of the subscriber about the 3d day of
July Inst , 3 Sliccp. The owner can have the same by yrov.
tog property ana paying cnarges. suutui it. .haiw,
West BratUeboro, July 10, HIT
Doet. POST haa left the old ode. formerly occuulej by him
end has taken a room at his house nearly opposite th. Con
gregational Church, where he will hold himself In readiness to
perform any and all operations on tbe natural teeth.
BratUeboro, July 14. 1S&T. tf.2
Notice Is hereby given that I have given mr sons, M0RB1S
A. WHEELER and WAIUIEN II. WHEELER, their time
during th. remainder of their minority, and that I shall not
claim their wages nor pay so dtbta of their contracting after
this date. HIRAM WHEELER.
Wilmington, July 13th, 185T. 29-31
OAA MEN WANTED To enBaBe in
4m J J business that pays from $5 to $10 per day.
Fir. dollars capital only Is required. For particulars enclose
os Use stamp to. o. H, JOHNSON It CO,
4m21 HampiUai, N. II
New Millinery Iloanis.
MISSES MARSH & BALLARD
EMrru Hare laken Rooms In TISIIER h IIATP.N1
CfPYlBLOCK, where they wonld Inrlle the attention of
Ji'Htho LADIES of this vicinity to their entirely new,
A and carefully selected assortment of
X Fnalilonnblo Mllllnerr Cod..
Consisting of the latest BOSTON and NEW-YORK Btylei for
HATS, HEAD-DRESSES, CAI"S,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, Ac.
Mlasas M. Hi Tt. t.nttf l!it. Ti.rt.nM In th. a.virat ttart. of
their business will enable them to sire satisfaction to those who
may favor them with their custom.
Olil Ilounet. Illrnchcd and I'rtnMd.
MOURNING OOODS AND GRAVE CLOTHES
rcasiaiiiD at noa? nonci.
MISS S. N. GOODELL,
WILL ATTEXD TO
PINKINO, MANTILLA & DRESS-MAKING,
AT THR Blue .Lire.
BratUeboro, April 1st, 1S67. UI4
rUST RECEIVED, A FULL ASSORT-
ment of SHUNO OOODSdlrecl from NEW-Yonff.eom.
prising all the latest styles of
-HrfflMISSES, INFANTS & CHILDREN'S
HATS, CAPS, & BLOOMERS!
DIl CSS TRIMMINGS, all kinds
FRESH IMPORTED FLOWERS, Qermanand
TT la short ererrthlng to be had In a first class Millinery
Store, Is at MISS WAITE'S.
uraiueboro, April 1, 1857. It
1. S. Old Ilossuct. Repaired la look like new.
L. V. II. CROSBY, THE WELL
known BALLAD SIN0ER, has leased the REVERE
HOTEL, for a term of years, lie will be happy to
wait upon his old FRIENDS, and the PUBLIC gen
The HETERK HOUSE has been thoroughly renorated and
cfltted. the rooms are large and high. WARM AND COLD
BATHS in constant readiness for guests. The location of the
house Is not equalled by any In the State erery ROOM com
manding a beautiful Tiew of the surrounding scenery.
Carriages tn readiness to carry Tasscngcrs to and from the
In addition to his contributions for the bubtlo comfort. MR.
CROSBY will be happy at any time to faror his old friends
and their friends with any of Lis farorlte BONOS, some of
which may hare a tendency to help digestion, and lighten up
the dreariness cf a dull day. aprll 1 tf 15
The lubflcriberf keep coruUnti
on hand a large aieortment of
Plows from the manufaclorlcf of
Metir. Ilufffzlei. Nourte k Co..
Prouty k Mean. AVhtttcmore. Saulrci k Co.. which ther will
tell at the lowett market price.
aim, a urge iock or I'uiuraton, iioaa acrapcra, straw
Cuttera an-1 Cart Wheel.
Alto, O. U. Fylen celebrated Butter Working and Labor
Baring Churn, the best Churn to be found In the New England
States. J, 11 Jtz W If. KSTKRtltini.K
April lit, 1817. 14
Plain & Ornamental
Job Printing !
Ryther's Job Office,
Over Stccn's Book Store,
Corner Main & High Streets,
IMPERISHABLE AMBEOTYPES I !
WHO HAS THE EXCI I'SIVE HIOIIT OF THIS C0U.NTV
THESE PICTURES AHE UERMETI
CALLY sealed with Fir Balsam, la such a manner as
to defy the action of air or acids. And when combined with
the Patent Sphtreotype.tarm Uie most beautiful, durable and
desirable style of picture erer made.
XT IU' member the place,
23 No. 2 Cutler's Block, BratUeboro, Yt,
(Great Improvement in Dentistry.
"TIt. COMEGYS has the pleasure of an
yJ nouncinjr to Uie citizens of Urattleboro and vicinity,
another valuable Improvement in Uie Dental Art, which is
an entirely new style of artificial teeth with our metattc plate
or porcelain teeth. They are tlree-fourths lighter than any
other work and more than twice at ttrong. Drop them and
no harm is done; throw them with force and you will not break
them i chew wiUi them as hard as the natural gums will allow
and sUll they are unbroken. I will warrant them twice as Ion;
aa any other style and will give Five Dollars Tor every tooth
broken In actual service or dropping by mistake. They hare
an exceedingly natural appearance In the mouth and contain
no seams or cracks for Uie secreUonin of food and the fluids
Uie mouth. 1 would urge upon all needing false teeth to ex
amine thl style of work before getting any other kind. Ex
amine it and you must like It.
I also insert Uie new work known as the Cheonlaallc
Vork vulcanized rubber, conUnuous gum, block work, sin
gle gum and plate teeth, and tiutta Percha for temporary
' benumbing I
to uie gum. I
t to do work I
worK. reein cxiracica oy a lunpie proceaa oi Denumuing
uie jaw, no coia suDsiance is usea ana no nann 10
I emnlor three persons in my office and Intend t
In the best manner and In the shortest possible Ume,
Ilrattleboro, June 3d, i7.
TEETH ! TEETH ! I
pvlt. A. D. PUTNAM, HAVING RE-
-JL- turned from bis professional engagements south, has
fitted up the rooms formerly occupied by the Savings Bank,
opposite the Post Office, where he will pleased to see his old
friends and all who may be afflicted with bad Teeth.
Dr. P. feels confident, (after 15 years practice) to perform
all operations In the line of Dental Surgery, necessary for tiu.
health, preservation and beauty of the teeth.
BratUeboro, June -ith, 1S67. 23
SOUR GRAPES !
THE PUBLIC WILL SEE BY THE
above advertisement that I am charged with experiment
inir and humbuKirine them. I do the same strles of work and
in the same way as Dr. Hitchcock and Drs. CummuiRS k Ftagg
of Boston f Drs. C, S. lutnam, Smillee, DwlneU, Allen, tiger
mond, Ballard k Miles, of New York; lTofessor White,
Townsheud k Arthur, of Philadelphia! Chapln A. Harris,
President of Dental College, Baltimore Drs. Hunter. Taylor
k Knowlton, of Cincinnati, and Dr. CUrk, of New Orleans.
These gentlemen are all leading dentists, and is there a man or
dentist in Windham County, t,, who will hare Uie presump
tion to call them humbusrers or experimenter! f I introduce
no work and ask the public to wear none till I am fully as
sured ny such dentists as tne aoore mat it is an improvement.
J. M. COMEOYS.
BratUeboro, June 11, 1857. 21
PURE BOURBON WHISKEY.
0 TATE ASSAYER'S OFFICE, 10
K-r BOYLSTuN STUKKT, Boston, May 20, 1857.
II. C. TifAuea. Esq.. 13 Central Wharf. Boston.
Dear t er With this you will receive the detailed results of
analysis oi two samples oi iMuroon wmsitey, manui.icturcq
ny iur. J. ji. mixer, oi jjouiavsue, iv. x.
It will be seen Uiat these Whiskies are vure and unotfuf.
teratedj and entirety free from any mineral or vegetable
arug or poison, ana as sucn l can rewnunenu mum iur tucut
clnal use. UespcctTully, A. A. IIAYKS,. M D.,
Assayer to State of Mass.
CJTATE ASSAYER'S OFFICE, 32
J SOMERSET STREET, Boston, Slay JO, 1857.
II. O. Tmruia. Esq.. 13 Central Wharf. Boston.
Dear Bin .1 have made a chemical analysis of the samnle
of "Old Bourbon Whiskey you brought to me, made by John
II. Cutter, of Louisville, Ky., and Had that it is free from all
poisonous matters, and has 49 per ceut of absolute alcohol
In It and about 4 ounces of saccharine matter to the gnllon.
It is a rcaa and unadulterated Liquor, and is suitable for
mealcuutl use. jbcspecuuuy your ooeaient servant,
CHARLES T. JACKSON. M. D..
A constant supply of this Whiskey can be obtained of the
Agents, ue sure tnat you obtain John ll. cutters Ola Hour.
II. C. Til ACJIEIt, 13 Curtail. Wmar, BOSTON.
THOMAS TH ACIIER, 61 Pisii St., NEW.YORK.
Boston, May S3, 1867. 3m2J
A. UANNEY, 1'UllI.lSIIIiIl,
OFFERS for sale 600.000 BOOKS and MAI'S, of all kinds
at Ihe Publishers nrices. to be accnmDanled with Mil..
000 GIFTS, Worth from 25 cents to 8200 each) consisting
oi itoiu aimouver itaicura, jewelry, iveucuies, lAoiee purs,
es, Portmonales, &c. 81&0wottkof Gifts Distributed llh
every 500 Books.
A Gift vlll U delivered with every book sold for On. Dol
lar or more. Aiiuougn no imok or Article wui oe aoia tor
mora than th. usual retail yrlc, man7 will b sold for lass.
Persons irishlnr auv Dartieular book, can order at one. and
It mil be forwarded with a alft. A complete catalogue of
Books, Maps ana uiru will be sent to any aaurtu on applica
tion. Persons ordering Books with Glfu ihouli forward tin
.motintof ntutuM a. It mult lnv.liahlv he naldin advanea.
Tbe average postage for 01. and 81 Q books U 18ets. and
for 81 ou ana nooks, zi e.uu.
AdJrew A. UANNEY,
25-37 No. 293 Broadway, N. Y,
I.. O, RICE,
Piano Porte Tunt,
will be la BratUeboro one tn each 8 months, fox th, purpose i
Tuning, Xovrly Stringing, RenrUvtiAE, New
IcallterlnK Jluiiuut-ra, niii, HruiiUitlnir
ska Action or 1'I.ih. V.r...
, - ' A y.
Orders may be left at th. Book-Kioto, pi J. 81,eeu, and receive
VirAmnt attention. n
T EFRIQERA.TQR8, FOB, SALE BY
DAILY LINE STEAMBOAT!
, FOR NEW YORK, Th. Steamer Graall.
itate. Lent. J. II. KINO, will leave Hertford for New York
erery l uesaay, i nursaay ana oatnraay, at 9 i H r 31.
Th. Steamer City of Hartford, Capt. D. A. MILLS, will
leave Hartford for New York every Monday. Wednesday and
Friday at S 1-2 P.M.
Passengers leave Bprlngneld per Train at 1 P, M, will ar
rive In Hartford In time to connect with this Uie. These
Doats are first class In every respect, have first rate State
Room accommodations and erery improvement ealcilate to
Insure safety, comfort and convenience of passengers. They
arrive In New York In tlm. to connect with the different tinea
South and West.
Cabin Fare, ......... $1,60
Forward Deck, ....... ,1,00
Freight taken to and from New York at low rates. No Cart
age will be charged In Hartford on Ooods from Boats to the
Depot or from Depot lo the Boats.
Through tickets are told on board these boats at a less rat.
than by any other route to Chicago, Mllwankle, Detroit, and
all Important points West and Southwest.
Hartford, July 1, 1867. tmtt
...fg.umjl.a "JIIKSIIIKE RAILROAD. OH
sillisisuikTj and after Thursday June 11, 1867, Passsnger
Leave Uoston 7.S0 and 11 00 A. M , and 4,00 V. M., and
Fltchburg 9.30 A. M , 1 SO and 6.30 1. M.,. for Bellowi ValU
and connecting Roads.
Leave Bellows Falls, for Boston, Lowell, Worcester. Net.
York, kc. at 9.20 A, JI., and 3 40 V. M.
Trains leave Fltchburg for Worcester, Providence, Norwich
and New York City, Groton Junction for Nashua and Concord,
N. II., Lowell. Lawrence, and the Stat, of Maine.
Connect at Bellows Falls with Trains of the Rutland k Bar
Ungton Railroad, and thence to Montreal and Ogdenaburh
at Rutland with Trrlns to Saratoga Springs, Troy, Albany,
Schenectady, and Buffalo. Also, with Trains of th. Sullivan
Road, and thence with the Vermont Central and Vt. Cana
da Roads, and with the Paasumpsle Road to Wells River, St.
Johnsbury and the White Mountains.
Stages connect with the line as follows i At Keene lor Ches
terfield, Allium, Marlow, Stoddard, Hlllsboro, Dublin, Peter.
boro, 4:c , and at Wlnchendon. for Rlndge, Jeffrey, kc.
For further particulars see Pathfinder Railway Guide.
E. A, CHAPIN, Superintendent.
Keene, N. II., June t, 1857. 2
J,,.,.a.,.,.a VERMONT VAIXEV RAIL.
hiilfaihillROAD. On aud after M0DAY,MJtY2Uk,
tt 1sfSl887, TRAINS will run as follows !
Leave Bellows Falls for BratUeboro, 8 16 A.M. and 3 46 P.
M. Returning leave BratUeboro for Bellows Falls, 10 30 A. M.
and 4 45 P. M. FREIGHT TRAIN leaves Bellows Falls at
9 00 A.M.) BratUeboro 12 46. P. M.
The two Passenger Trains over Uils ronte, connect South with
the Vermont k Massachusetts and CounecUcut River Railroad,
to Springfield, Hartford, New Haven and Bridgeport direct to
New York. On the North with the Rutland tt Burlington, 8u.
ltvan, Vermont Central, Vermont k Canada, Connetlcut and
Passumpslc Rivers Rail Roads, forming direct communication
with hltehall, Saratoga and Schenectady. St. Johnsbury and
White Mountains, Burlington and Rouse's Point, Ogdensburgh
and Montreal. SI. SLOAT, Superintendent.
Yt- Valley B. R. Office, May 7, 1867 22
t9409.i,rt RUTLAND & HUIILINGTON
...j, s.fiassvna. uuussaiii MiKuiunu.
Tn MYmZ urtj no n afier Mondav. Mar 17th. 1857.
Trains will run as follows, vis i
LEAVE tttchburg Depot, UO3T0N. at 7-30 and 11.00, A. M.
" t'lTCIlDUUO at 9-30 A M. and 1 30 T. M.
" BELLO.V3 FALLS, for RUTLAND k BURLING
TON at 5-W 12 05 and 6 ft, P. M.
" RUTLAND lor HELLO W 3 FALLS at 6.45, 11.20
A. M andl.loP.M.
" IlUTLAND for UUIILINOTOX at M.16 A. M. and
2.35 3 00 and 8 CO P. M
BUIILINUTON for IlUTLAND and BELLOWS
FALLS at 9.15 10 30 A. M. and 11 15,8.16 P. M.
At Burlington, Trnlus connect with Lake Cham plain
Steamers and Trains of Vermont Central Road at Rutland,
elU. T.la. -Uh T7, A.W7,N Vk, 8rUg Springs,
Schenectady and tbe west at Bellows Falls, with Trains of
the Cheshire Road for Fltchburg, Worcester, Lowell, and
Boston with Yt Valley Row d for BratUeboro, Springfield,
lUrtfird, New Usren and New York -and with Sullivan
Road for Windsor, White Hirer Junction and the Whlta
Freight train, with Passenger Car.
W7 Pastenuers eoinr West, will find this the cheattest and
most direct route, Tl-kes and all necessary Infonnsilon.can
U had at the Bellows Falls Ticket Offlflce.
E. A. CUAPIN, Sup't.
Rutland. May, 4, 1857. 19
f'flP-'j UAaVAL UAILROAD. Bnmmtr
I'Ai'larraDsTcinrnt. commnicini? ftlonilftv. Uav
1857. Trains will run dally. (Sundavs ex
cepted ) at follows
ian it At t. at o,uu a. u.iot Aortnampton, stop
lng at all tUtlons. 1120, A. M., (or on arrival of 8 A.M.
iDress Train from New York.) for Northampton, stonnlnrat
all stations, 4,15 P. M., (or on arrival of 2,20 H. M. Train
from New York) for Northampton, stopping at all stations.!
Leave NOHTII AMl'l ON at 6 00 A. M. for New Haven stop
ping at all stations ; connecting at New Haven with 9,35 A.
ji. irwa iur.it" ivrtv.
11,30 A. M., for ew iiaren, i topping at all stations ; con
necting at New Haven with 4,30 P. M. Train for New York.
6,00 P. M , for New Haven, stopping at all stations : con
necting at New Haven with 9 P. M. Express Train for New
Leave COLLINSTIL E at 7 15 A. M. and 3 30 P. M.
Returning, leave Plalnvllle at 1,25 P. M., and 6,40 P. M.
uiij uura vi ofcajti run imui viicauiiB iu tB(ruury.
and from Colllnsvtlle to to New Hartford and Winsted, ana
from Northampton to Florence, IU) denville, William sbnrgb,
Aoinersi ana iiaaiey. r. uzjinia, uenerai Agent.
Piewuaven,aiay, xi, ibo.. i
FA Rill FOlt SAI.E.
MOne of the pleasantest locations In the val
ley of the Connecticut is offered for sale, situated on
the main road leading from BratUeboro to Bellows
tails, within twenty minutes ride of the former, comprising
about one hundred ssud tweuty-flve acrrs of
Inud, euitaiv divided into pasture, image and wood land
well watered, and wooded with a thrifty growth of pine, oak.
kc. Also, sugar orchard, and a young orchard of grafted
Fruit In bearing condition.
The Buildings consist of a two story Ilouse with an h con
veniently finished) barn 01 by 30 grainery, carriage house,
woodshed, &c, all In good repair, with a yard well stocked
with fruit and ornamental trees, vines, shrubbery, &c. Water
Is brousbt to lbs house and barn In aqueducts from a never
faillug spring of pure soft water.
CP ur i wui sen me buiimnc togetner wiui about 40
acre? a of land.
The above offers a rare opportunity for the rentleman farmer
or the man of business. CHURCH MILLER.
BratUeboro, March 3, 1857. tf 10
HOUSE FOlt SALE.
Jferft A first class large and commodious Home,
jt i iM formerly occupied by J. D. BRADLEY, Esq. Fx
J" I EL tale, and possession given the first of April next.
Apply to N. B. WILUBTON.
MFOR SALE. THE SPACIOUS
Dwelling-IIouse and Outbuildings connected with
Uie same, lately owned and occupied by MR. ADOL
PHL'S STEBUINS. deceased, situate In BratUeboro Village.
There Is a large OARDEN connected with the same contain
ing many choice rruit Trees.
The premises arc In perfect order and repair, and well calcu
lated for a large family or a Boarding-Home,
For terms apply to L. O. MEAD.
BratUeboro, March 29, 1S57. 13
MFOR SALE. ONE OF THE
most desirable DWELLING - HOUSES in this Vil
lage. It Is large, roomy and convenient, with suit
able Out-houses, all In complete repair. On the premises Is a
large garden well stocked with choice Fruit.
Payment made easy. For particulars Inquire of
U O. MEAD.
BratUeboro Jan. 1st 1S57 tfl
LEA & PERKINS'
PRONOUNCED 11 Y
of a letter from a
TO BE THE
"Only Good Sauce"
And applicable to
To his Brothei at
Worcester May 18M,
"Tell LEA k VER.
RINS that their SauN
Is highly estvemed In
India, and Is, In my
oplnlon,the most pal
atable as well as th
roost wholesome sauce
that la made."
The only Medal awarded by the Jury of the New York
Exhibition for Foreign Sauces, was obtained by LEA k PER
KINS for Iheir WOHCESTKUSIIIRE SAUCK, the world wide
fame of which having led too numerous ln.ttatlons, purchas
ers are earnestly requested to see that the names of LEA k,
1'ERIUNS' are impreiurd upon th Bottle and Stopper, and
printed upon the labels.
Hole Wholesale Agent for the United States.
John Diincnn & Sons,
403 IIROADWAY, N. V.
A Stock always In store. Also, orders received for direct
shipment from England. llMy
A IIETmcn PHYSICIAN
Whose sands of life hare nearly run out. discovered whU
In the East lndes, a certain cure for Consumpion. Asth
I ma, UroiiehlUs, Coughs, Colds, and General Debility.
I The remedy was discovered by hint when his only child,
a, d lughter, was given up to die.
lie had heard much of the wonderful restorative and heal
lnc qualities of preparations made from the East India
Hemp, and the thought occurred to him that ha might matte
a remedy for Ma child. He studied hard and succewled la
realising his wishes. Ills child waa cured, and Is now auv.
and wU. H h" ln" administered th. wonderful remedy
to thousands of sufferers In all parts of the world, an4 he
has never failed In making them completely healthy and
hanor. WUhlng to do aa much good as possible h. will
and to such of his afflicted fellow beings aa request II, tola
recioe with full and eipliclt directions for making It up,
and successfully using It. He requires each appllat to ku.
close him one shilling-three cents to b returned as postage
onth.recelpc.auuiue ituwhw u"i7)""M " w
4 u th. pay
put lo Nsw I
Tbe reclp. I
ment or tuu laiinnu.
DR H. JAMES, 19 Grand street, Jersey City,
v D, Ht II. James haa neither oflVcuor agent la
York, as some have pretended and adv,llaed,. The r
is sens iru i pw rfc-v ..v. .
City, N. Jersey.
A Straus Kuglitn. ci Ave horse power, with Holl
er to auattolM a In good order,
TJrattleborOtl?.;. lp, IV),
TOWA LANDS. P. A- STBATTpJI,
JL CIVIt ENOINEER OERERAL UNO AOENT, Tort
laJgeJ Webster County, Iow,-wul salect and WOJ';
ment and la Iowa, Local, and U Und Warrants, Buy and
teU Real EaUt. Wy taxes for Non.Reetdeats, Invest Money
it hlV nlcVot kuitsx wn Real Estate Swurlty, Enter Uni
In Tun.7and TtuMI l all business attaining to a Qsner
of those who wish to realise a Urj. proflt VP,
on ttllr eapltal Is soUclted W tb. favorabl. cpportunltlM tfM
presented. Corespondent solicited.
CT lutert to PR. CJIASW-9 BTRATTONi Rrattleboro, Vt.
March 18, W, JJ
OABH PAID FOnWOOL,
U A By 0UHS f. 8RA0KETT,
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