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jjji.irkiiia upnn the nppcaranco of the name
jff,il Cnldttcll, On.' Senator from tlio Wheel
ikN tlmt lio bo forthwith expelled from
onatc. Hut if there should hp any tcchni
ilioulliea inthowav of uxmilsinn.tlipnt !,!
Linimoin editor Bays "it is tlio bounded
L.f fi-prv nrtrinlta Vir-Mnlnn In 1ltrlimnn1
her with'iti or without the Capitol, to plnco
him not be spoken to, or considered, in the
c or out of llic House.
r Uv reference to tlio list of marriaces in
nancr. it will uo seen that the mothtr "ol
nlliciatinc clcrcvman" lias recently heen
jlit in tlio silken bond of wedlock. Many
iijlilcn of "tlio oliiciatlng clergyman" have
n m irried, saith tlio paper., but we do not
mltrrt ever reading that the mother of the
Ifici.itins clerg)man" was married till now.
(in Uoston, liy Kcv. 1). C. Eddy, former
leaker of the Hnuso of ltcpreacntativcs, Mr
cob llncon to M171 Martha V. Kddy, mother
the ollimtmir clerinman."
I it "lawful for a man to marry his mother?"
'1'hc Journal of Commerce is n slv old fox.
t haiiifr lost its caudal appendageit cannot
l.ix nil tne rest ot animated nature to ailopt,
j a fashion, what was the result of its having
Ion caught in the Jvnnsas-.Ncuraka steel-trap,
Hotter lose the appendage lo which tlio
muisville Journal refers, than have, like the
(lumal's party, nothing but the "caudal np-
t'lidage lett. Journal oj c ommerce.
H'iy jingtr Fafftrt Tltoo who are so fortunate
t to have escaped Dyspepsia, nnJ Its attendant evils,
hardly conceive llio tulTering that theso dlwac
f,itv, Tho won, ler i. that the nfllicted contimio to
l.ili'r, when that infulliblo remedy, tho Oxygenated
. ton, l within tlio resell ol very one.
TIIK OXYOKXATKI) HITTERS.
Thr qualities of tills medicine hare plactd It ujwn an Im-
xrilMhlo foundation. In dcstioytng disease, ami Inducing
: aliti ft has no paralb I.
F r the following Complaints those Bitters are n Specific,
tir t)!pepiia,or Indigestion, Heart Bur-, Acidity .Cos-
turnni, Loss of Appetite, Headache, and (ten trot Dc-
In many sections of our country this preparatloc Is ex ten-
uwly ue. by physicians In their panel tec, ami It seems to
lti ntorod many to health who were apparently beyond
iL- r .ich f the healing art.
SulJ'jlnetl arc few tributes from well known physicians;
MtXSFIKLU. TlOOA Cl),. I'.. A UK. 2tJ. 1S3S.
t hire ued the Ovtgenated Hitters l. my practice with
Hu ilul success in debility am! general prostration. &c..and
i- nKdi-ntty recommend It In Ueitesal lability, and Diseases
ol the igvstivc urgam. a, 11, jutk, si. I.
Avbirk. X. V.. Sent. fl. 1853.
Gtutltmeml have been In tho drug business the lust
ftt ii year, and hare never sold a mviliclnu wliK'h has glv-
.1 uen irreai i.uismcuon in cases ot nj vpepfia as tne Uxy
KUJted UHte'Jif and in this disease I always recommend It.
II. (4 t'OWLEIl,
UmLiSGTOX, Vt Nov, 12. 1854.
Gtntlemtn: am nlease! to state, thit I have tried the
Qitytnttd Bitttr for Indigestion and lability, and fouml
raioMUte relief from using only a part of a tttle. have
tt arratent confidence in it ui a cure for Duiprpiia and
Gtncrai Debility, and rirommcnd It with much pleusuru.
JAMES LKAVIS, M. D.
Prppired bySCTII V. FOWLK k CO.t lkiiTOX, and for
fl y I. N. Tiiori and Jolph Clark, Hratttrboro'i A.
invtLtK, H'ttt lirattlthoro'i It. UiticniRi, liummerttonf
ltiktaX- Mrwctt, Putney f N. Wilcox, if. H'tttmimttr ;
Jehi u wift, h'thnimjton ; 3. I. Mu.i.ca, FaytttevtUe ;
0. t MieKVis, h'ttiivntttte t W. F. Howr, Dot tr f J. O.
HiOi-iSi, H'ardtkoro aud by dealers everj where.
TUB GREAT INDIAN RKMEDV
' Tor Fp milieu -
DR. MATTISON'3 INDIAN KMUANAGOQUK.
TJI rtlebrated female metllctne, iMtAsetng virtues un
known of authlug cle of tha kiml, It prepare! from an In
diau I'lant, ustd by the nathts for the iame pu-Moc irum
time immemorial, nnd now for the Brst timeoflVreU to Um
public A knowledge of this pUnt was obtained from
OLD SK EN AN DO A lit
an Onei.U Chief, who lived near Syracuse, New York to a
vtrpri-it ape. It Is neatly pnt up In two imnce lottles,
with lull directions for uting, aud Is warrautml to bring on
the monthly sickness Incases of obstruction, often In twenty
four Aours, after all other remedies have lx.cn .tried In vain.
This may seem Incredible, but If it tail in any case the price
will ha refunded.
1 rrPUUKLY VErtKTAnLE, containing nothing lu the
i Wt Injurious to health, and may be taken u Illi jK-rfeet safe
UD1U, therefore. In want or a medicine of this kind, had
IwttCTGrr thb Bkut, instejwl of wasting t me and money lo
trying other things which are at way m either unsafe or un
certain, and there rere finer arrnnted, as UthisdUEAT
Sent hv Kenreai to all narti of the cnuntrr. Sold only at
Da. M.VmSON'3 UEMEDIAL INSTITITK for SPECIAL
DISEASES, No, 28 Union Si., ITtM lilrncf. K. 1.
3 rSENT FHKK, by enclosing one stamp, as abote, a
pjinithii-t ah msKASKH OK WOMEN, ami on 1'rUate and
Chronic Maladies generally! also, CIKCULAH8, giving full
Information, with undoubted references and testimonials, witli-
out which, no meuicmc oi lae Kinu n unserving w i i-u-s-
CT Orders by Slall promptly attendee! to. Iy61
A CARD TO THE INDIES.
Da. Dctoxco'j Frihoc 1'ibiodical Ooldis Infalli
ble in removing stoppages or Irregulatlons of the menses.
These l'illa are nothing new, but have 1een used by the
Doctors for raaur reals, lMth In Trance and America, with
unparalleteil success in r &ry chk and he Is urged by many
thounand ladles who have used them, to make the l'llts public.
for the alleviation of thoie suffering from any Irregularities of
whatever nature, as wtu as to prevent pregnancy to thoae
ladle Tboso neaitn ni nui permit an increase or lamiiy.
Preirai at females or those supposing themselves so, are cau
tloned Jgainat using these 1'ills while pregnant, as the pro
prietor assumes no re?imulbility after the above admonit on,
atthouf h their mildness would prevent any mischief to henlthj
otherwise these Tills are recommended. Full and explicit
directions accompany each box. I 'rice f 1 itvr box.
Sfdd AVhoIeitale and Uttall by JOSEPH CDAHK, Oeneral
Agent for lirattlclwro, YU Sotd also by Druggists ev cry where.
(Cr Ladles by enclosing him $1 to Urattletmro TuitOillce, can
have the Tills sent (onfldeutUlty) by return mail. Hruiem
ber and ask for Dr.Duponco's Uotdtn Villi, SIguature on
each box. Jy45
CAMRRIDOK MAKKET-Jnii. 11.
(Heiorted for the Unnton Journal )
Whole number of Cattle at market i25. abfiut GOO Beeves,
and 125 Stores, consisting of Working Oxen, Milch Cows,
and one. two and threv-yearsold.
Tricek Market iltef Extra, $7 25 a $7 7& lstquallty,
$ o a zj quamy, jo w, juquamy, t9 ordinary, $j w,
Storet Working Oxen None.
Cout and Cahcsf, 40 a $07.
YfarlinytSoue. Two Yean Old $10 a $21.
Three Year Old 2l a 28.
Sheep and .arnts 3500 at market. Trices In lots, $200
a I i w eacn. Kira, f J, 4 a fa eacn, or i a tw i' u
llidetQ a Glc tr lb. Tallow 1 a 7Jc ir lb.
LamPt I'eltn. SI 60n2l75cuch. Calf Skins. 0Ueh.
N. U. Kcef extra and first quality includes nothing but
lie neat law, iii, siaii iea uxen.
Sicoud quality includui the grass fed Oxen, and the best
stall fed Cows, and th he it three vear old 8teers.
lihaep Extra Includes Cossets, and when those of Inferior
quality are thrown out.
There were 20 cars over the Eastern lUIIroad, 81 over the
DDSton ati Liell, 00 over tho Fitchburg. None of thuse
over uk Titchimrg were from Albany
Itemarks Mhere was not many buyers present to-day,
mid Bles low for second and lower aualitv cattlei extra nnd
flrt quality told ohout the same as last woekt a few pair of
At solif as high pir cu t. cheep dull at a decline oi w
fu twr hwlt-but afeff extra, which averaged 160 lbs, sold for
In South IiOiidomlerry, Jan. 10th, by Ilev. llr. Pierce,
CHAKLES MILLKHof Chester, and IDA M. riKUUK,
daughter of the oOiciatlng clergyman.
in Athoi, Mass., Jan. , oy iwy, o. t, nunuu, iv. .u.
AYLU3ttnd illss KLLKN M STItKBTKR, both of Brattle-
In Oreenfleld, Ms.. Jan. 3.1. Iter. WILLIAM F. AU5IS, of
Norwich, Ct., and KMILY MtKKINS, daughter of Truman
.Meeltins, oi ureenuem. ir. huh wrt. nnm w '
sppolnlmeut of tlu A. IK C. F. M., for the North American
m.i.... nni tiwt tns.iil In m few weeks for that destination.
In Ashneld, Jan. 1, WILLIAM V. l'OKTLItof the firm of
Dawes k Porter of North Adams, and SMIAII A.NM1. i.
1'KILItY, only daughter or uea. aiuo rvrry oi aiuhhu,
In Putney, Doc. 25, Dea. AM03 JON, formerly of
Koyaiston, ageu a yeurs.
In this villa Re, Jan. 'J, at the residence of her mother, Miss
MARTHA M. DA 11 11 Y, aged 32 years 8 months, l'apers in
t.. N Y and Wis., please yotlce.
In Dummerston, Dec. 31st. 1850, Mr. MAUTIN OATF.8,
nm..i fti vcjiii. Printers la N. Y. nlease notice.
In Kenosha, Wisconsin, Dec, of typhoid fever, WIL
LIAM MATTOCKS, i:sq., In tho HSnd jear of his age for
merly ot Peacham, und sun of (he la e uov, Mattocks.
In Halifax, Jan. 2, WKNDKLL D, son of Samuel L?e,
fSi.n. V.H...Tan. 1. WILLIAM LAMSON. aged fi7
fur tweDty.llve yeurs one of tho most enterprising mtrchants
In Montague Mass., Jan. 2, Dea. HODOLl'HUS BAUD'
U'L-r i ..a i
IiVlreinont, Ohio, Jan. 2, JOHN It. PEASE, Esq., for-
meriy or this linage, ogen oo.
'PO ItENT, A 1)E8I1UW.K TENEMENT.
ttm inuirg vi a
brattleboro, Jan. 18C0. 3
'lIFE POPAUTNERSEII HERETOFOUE
t existing unler the ttrm of V, At FISH k UUO. is this
flay by mutual consent uissoiveu.
II, lu tVeXit
r.yctteTille, Jan. lit, I860 3w3
T II1EHATION. THIS MAY CEItTIFV
I I tt.n T i.uva tl.l. .tnv irlven mv dnunhter. HKLK?i I.
Ililll'LK, her time to act for herself during the remulmlercf
itt minority. I .lull Jaiin no roor. or ner rnn in or im
Ao moro or her debts alter litif uau. .iauiu iwii w..
Whltlngham, Jan. T, 1800. 2
A IAIUJK .n OK DUY GOOJJS
V -i - cii 17 Diri J.1 l,ie v y lo7e,t 1,r,CM 10 ,n 'kn room
r'i"K i niv r.nu nnn SfCUTO toniO T tlio a
crcat Imriwln. .rHi,u. lo Mrcli 1M, 18C0
Tho rtry ben stcrl CiTlngsWcklonSklrn itlllnj at 7 ccnli
per Spring, i 1IA8T1NOV.
J Ni. 8 Ur.iilt. now.
T IHKJIATION. THIS IS TO CKItTIFY
ntanrti? iJi" . f " 'or,,,ll'lf irloff 11,5 rfmaUKlcr of 1,1.
nrdeliti of hi. contracting afterUil.dat..
Wtadtam, Jan. Jlh, 1859.-2 AmW ""0AI'3'
KKE1' IT Ili:i'OHI3 TIIK l'EOl'L,K,
i'f rSfii tSi1 Bl"'.01" r'f "r'l i 'ucl' a ItKAIlV JIAUK
A ho. we luiv An t . .
A I... t ' . .' .
...5 J,:i,9,i'V1I'.H.,!'olU' w deterndnd to
..n n uul n uul9 0vrcr ,i,.n nf nil,.- rlnl.ll.t.mftn
1'oiidvllle, Jan. loth, 1960 tfa
UUAti KSTATH IN VII.IiAOB OF
M A ONE STOllY HOUSE. SHEDS
!.'.'! il T' ." f ln,l, In a high utato of
cu tl ration, and a.lapted to (lanlenlng. Also. 35
aer.. o Ian, adaided to pailurap! and IIII.rc.
.up lied wit!, runnlnir water fr-mi a (prlng on the pranlse..
On the IIoum lo I. yonnir Orchard of I'rar, 11am and AJ
ple-tree. In bearing coudltlun. .
llratlleboro, Jan. 11, 1800.-w2 "" F' SMIT"'
A FARM KOtt SAIKt
Q1TUATED IN HALIFAX. VT..
13 one mile North ot the Centre. enilnln ut
iTOl, julUbly d vlded Into Mowln-i, Tillage, Paiture and
Wood Land, wrllwatercd. The nolldlngtare In good repair,
and ery convenleot, and within a few rods of a dl.trlct
school house. AIo, another lot of 12 acrea ot choleo mow.
lng, all well fenced with a gnl share of stone wall Also,
one other lot containing from 20 to 25 acres of H ood Land,
Sugar Orchard, ttc, ke. Any one wishing to purchase a
good cheap lurm, now la the time. I will sell one lot or the
three, to suit the purchuser.
.My barn ami sheds wire well Mlcd last Fall with Hay and
Oraln. I will sell my Stock, Hay, and Farming Tools, 1th
the Farm If desired.
Come and si-e foryoursctvrj.
I'ossesslon given to salt the purchaser, by
Halifax, Jan. 0th, 1S00. 3m2
rpiIK SUIJSClUIiEU WILL SELL AT
X I'ubllc Auction on the 31ST M AllCII next at 10 o'clock
A. .M., If n.rt prevnuly dlspje.l of, the fallowing dewa-Un-d
proiHTty. a HAW 3III.L. IATII UHltKS. tiUKIJ.lNn
HOrSK and some 3 acres of land. In the North pal (of
iiHritNjnt on me uruuni icatiing tnroujtn aiiAmsTlilo. rid
mill Is well located and perfectly safo, the wnttr lnlng con
veyed (n a csnal walled on tich side, audtn a section whre
there Is plenty of llmlcr.
Also, a BTtiAU KNOINKxIlh a I10ILKU suiTwIent frra
12 Horse ower I will veil either th" Knglne or Holler scpa
rate if desired, lyinent made easy If requeteil.
Brattleboro, January 9, 1800. 3
"T7"E, TIIK UXDKnsiGXKl) HAVING
1 T been appointed by the Hon. Probate Court for the
uiairictor Marlboro uoiomustoners to hfar, emmine and ml.
just all claims of nil persons agalmt the Kitate of Oltl.KN
I'UATT. late of ltratlle1oro. In said I MM rid. deceaseil. and
also all cUims exhibited In offt thereto; and six months
from the 6th day or January, A. U. J 860, beinj allownl for
that purpose. We do therefore hereby (tire tmiire th-t we
will attend to the bitsinesn of our said appointment at the Ute
dwelling house of the deceased In said HrattleUtro, on the
first Toe lays of February and June next from nine o'clock
In the forenoon to four o'clock n the afternoon on each of
said days. UKAYKTTi; t LARK, I
tVI LLltU AH MS. Jlt.f ) Uosnmlsslooent.
Iirattleboro, Jan. 10th, lS'W. 2
QTATE OK VERMONT, I
KJIIutriet of Iff In
'etminter,S.S. I held at TunhenL
uiLhlu and for aI ) IHslrlct, mi the 4th day of Januar),19G0.
rreseut. t ie imn. aiumiai t)IUaki. jimcc.
Am IfcTBDlKXT. tturiArUnir to be the last will and U-iU-
merit of ASKNATJ1 KAMI ALL, late of Townsheiul. lu &tld
Iiitrirt. deceaaml. telutc Presented to the Court hvre lr
JONAS TWITCH tuLL, the exut'r Unrein named f..r pn
bdtet it Is ordered by Siild Court, that all iersuits concerned
thtrelo, be not 1 tied to appt-ar at a iilou of talit Court, to
beheld at tbeulhceof It. V. Dean In (lraa.ni In bmM Dis
trict, on the first Widncmlay of lebnury, A. D. IS'iO, and
show cause. If any they may have, nKaiimt the probate of
said will, fur which purine It it furthtr ordentl, that a copy
of the record of this ordtr bu publithetl three weeks succes
sively. In the Vermont Plm'ulx, printed at Ilrattleboro, In this
State, as soon as may be.
A true copy oi record.
Attttt UIINJ. W. DKAN, Iteglstcr.
Grafton, Jan. 5, 18C0. 2
TATE OF VERMONT, ) At a Probate Court
JffsfMi'nsIrr, S. S, heht at Towmthend.
witldn and for said District, on the 3lt day of Dec.,
t'resrnt, me lion, auimiai, rTUi)D itl'. Ju.lye,
An Instrument, imrnortlnar to be the last will and testa
ment of TIMOTHY 1IUHTOX, Ute of Windham In said Dis
trict, deceased, beinjr presented to the Court here by MAKY
P. HUItTON and UHLAN DO C. UL'IlfON, the executes
tbt'rcin named for prubatci It Is onlt-red by said Court, that
all proiu concerunl therein, be notified to app-nr at n i?s
lion said Court, to be held at the rtfMce ot U. W. Iaii la
Orafbtn In said District, on the first Wednesday of February,
A. D. 1M0, and show cause, If any you may hate, against
the p mb.it e of aald will, for which purpose It Is further or
derwl, that a copy of the record of this order I published
three weeks sucressirely, io the Vermont Phu-olx, printed at
Urattkboro, In u. Ul-, as oo as may be.
A l rue cupj ui recoru.
Attest, I1KNJ. W. DKAN, ItegUUr.
(Irafton, Jan. &, lCU. U
TATK OF VERMONT, I Tho Hon. Probate
To all iwrsons iuten-Keil In th) Kstate of NAT11AMKL
IIILI, hite of Urookline.deceasnl, Grettingt
You arc lierehv notified that this Court will decide upon
the alto i nee of the account of WILLIAMS A DA Mi1, exec
utor of the last will and teiument of said deceaied, and de
cree distribution of said Kutate ainmic the Tou entitled
thereto at the Sesilun thereof to lw held at the ofbee of II. W.
Dean, in uraAon, In said District, on the nrst ednnklay ol
February. A. I. 1 SOU, when und where you may be heard In
the !rcuiiseBtf you see Qt.
UtNJ, Y, DKA, Iteglstcr.
Grafton, Jan. 5, I860. 2
STATK OF VKItMOXT, ) '
The Hon. Probate
Court for aalil District.
To all m-rsous Interested In the Lute of JOSKl'II HIKI'-
.UD, late oi Jamaica, d teasel, tesute. Greeting:
W hereas. JL'I.IA ANN SHKl'AUD. the idw of sail de.
ccautl has wnhel the provision made lur her by the Ust will
and testament or said deceased, and ias maIe application to
hare her dower set out in the real estate of said deceased and
ato fur an assignment out of the erMial estate,
Vou are hereby notified Uiat this Court will decide upon
said application at the tension thereof to be held at tho othce
of II. Dean, In (Irafton, in said District, on the first
Wednesday of February, A. D. 1600, when and where you
may be heard In the primlses. If you see (It
' HL'V I W 111,! V 1fn..tli
O rafton, Jan. fl, 18 CO. 2
STATE OK VKKMONT, Mahi.houo, S. S.
The Probate Court for laid District t
To all l'crsons Intcrestetl In the Estate of JOHN L. D1CK
KUMAN, late of Ilrattleboro, deceased, (Jrertittgt t
Whereas, NATHAN H. WILLItfTUN, Kxicutor upon s ild
Kitate, has made application In writing to this Court, setting
forth that tho amount of debts due from said deceased with
Interest, Is about t $AO0.0O
That the expenses of Administration will be about 75.00
That the personal property has been disposed of In pay
ing specific legHcies and a portion tt said debt.
Leaving a balance unprovided for of abuut 1700.00
And praying for License to sell Ileal .state for the purjNise
of paying said dehu and expenses! you are hereby notified
that this Court will decide upon said application at the sen
slon thereof to 1"? held at the Probate (HUc, In HrultMn.ro,
In said District, on the last Thursday of January, A. D. 1600,
when and where you may be heard In the primlses, If jou
gee fit. 2J F, IIOLMLOOK, Register.
I TATE OF VERMONT, Windham, S.
CHARLES 0 LAPPING
SAMUEL WARNER, ALBERT PEN NETT.
In Chancery, Sipt. Term, 1850.
Wmiiis, at th. preient termor thli Court, C'lIAKU'-S
m.4iiiiiN'n of llrattltboto. In raid County, hrouzht hi. hill
of complaint aguln.t AI.11ERT 11KNNK1T nwl SAMUt.L
H AUJtr.ll, twin w .am unmiv.'iu, hiiin. ...... .m.
.,,1.1 HENNl.Tr, April lt, 1810, mortgagwl to .MARTHA
tirvT Mm r.n.iuliitr ilcerllMtl nrrinlRCfl. to Hltt
A c rtalu piece of Liinl .Iluatnl In I'M Urattkboro, Iwnti'l
cd South by land, of Alonzo Ooodcnough, Iaalah Richai dwtn
and William H. Oould, West by l.in.1. f Utruituj lleiinrlt
and Ilowcll II. Newton, and North anil E.ut by land of De.
aijah 1 udlcy, to aecuro me payment oi iijcbuuioi tiwuu
lZ h.,. tt.n .xtil It-mmtL Anrll 4ih. 18 W. executcl a .econd
lunrtgaKeof the mow premise, lo Aimer Adam, to .ecura the
paiuicnt of the .urn of f 179.00. That the aald Marllu Hunt,
deeriKil, and that her administrator, Roawell Hunt, brought
Ida hill lo forccloM .aid lint mentioned mortgage to tha April
Termor tnla court, a. i. loot, axum.. uiom...
nett And at the Term ftloresald obtained u dectee for tho
paiment of the utn or $810 43 and 22 ll ttuli cosu to be
paid in or before the Slth diy or April, 18S5. And that the
Said Abner Adunu wa not made a patty lo the aald bill or
foreclomire. That after laid deem) ot forecloiure was obtain,
cd. tho laid Abner Adam, dcccaacd, and that the Plaintiff
May 25th, 1859, took an alignment tor a valuable consldira
tlon from the admlulitrator of laid Abner and hi. htln of
aald .econd mortgage and of tho land and note, therein lie
acrlbed. That the laid Hoawell Hunt after obtaining wild
decree of foreclosure .old and conveyed .aid premlei i to one
Jacob Eitey ho afterward. uld the ame to tho all Samuel
Warner. July 31, 1850, who now claim, to hoi 1 the ame ub
.olutely lu fee, nnd who ha. received rent, andjiroliu there
or to the amount of $100 00. And praying that an account
may ba taken of what may bo due to the laid amir on (aid
flr.t inenlloned mortgage, and of the rent, aud produ re
ceived by him, and that the orator may be permitted to re
deem .aid premie, by paying to the jald U arner whatever
may be found due to him by a time to bp limited him by thla
And It now appearing that tho la'.J Albert Bennett ha. not
had neraonal notice of thla ult, It ii ordered by the Chancel
lr that tho name be continued to the neit Urm ot till. Court
to be held at Newtano In and ror .aid County on tho .econd
Tueidar of A inll. A. P. 1800, and that tho Orator nr.tiry the
.aid IteunrtUf h. pendency of thl. lull by publl.hlug the
SiSJf h . .ili bill of 'complaint, wltfi thl. order, for
.Ii witk. .ucMMlvcly it II' crroont I'luunlx printed t
5 ratUro ar;:!,id. the la.t publication to boat ea.t 20
d iy. prevlou. to .aid nett Aprd Term of thl. Court, which
will hi dimed .ufflclent notice to aald Bennett toapiar and
make an.wer to .aid hill ot complaint.
(JEOUUli 1KW MV Solicitor, r TyLER( CkfV(
MOUSE, INGHAM & CO., lmvc on Imiul n
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ltratllehoro, pec. 30, 1859. 52
gTILL THEY COME TO
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HO V E It V C M K A I' !
at No.'s 1 and 2 Kstcy's II lock.
South end Mala Street,
An Apprentice to learn the Cabinet-making Duslnesj.
llrattleboro, VU, Ih. 31, 1859.
MA Dwelling House in the Kast ullage
Ilratiluboro, situated on Klllot ttrert alMiut tire
minutes walk from Mala Htr.vt. the house w
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STATE OF VKHMOXT, MAW.nono, S. S.
The Probate Cnrtfur aid Diitriet r
To all persons Interested In the Estate of tiTEl'HEN ltlX
HV, Ute of Ouilforil, deceased, (ireetingt
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ileclde upon the probate of said Inurnment at the session
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JAME-i MILL EH, 0 crural Agent,
4w52 I'assumpslc, Yt.
PEW COMMON' SLEIGHS FOIl SAIJ3
cheap lor Caih or In exchange ror Lumber,
J. II. SI'EIJUINS.
Brattleboro, Jan. 4, 1800. 3wl
WIXDIIASI PIIOVIUKNT INSTITUTION
rpiIE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE COH-
I porator. ot thlt lnatltutlon will be holden at their Bank
on n etlneiuaj the JSU1 lu.l., 'i o'ciock J. M.
I.. O. MKAP, Secretary.
Brattleboro, Jan. 4, 1800 21
riHE PETITIONERS nOU A NEW ROAD,
.t. to le laid through llratlleboro aud Marlboro, to VI1
nilnxto'i, are notltled, that a H.t or their names, with the
umouut tor each to pay, ha. tiecn left in E. Klrkland'. ofllce,
where they are reque.ted to call aod pay Immediately and
llrattleboro, Jan. 4, 1800. IM
rnilE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED
I a conartner.hln under the firm of 110WK i: BilEH.
MAX for the purpose of carrying on the Mercantile Butlneia.
O. L. 1I0WB, -H
U. h. SI1E11MAN,
Willlamitllle, Vt., Jan. 3,1869. 3wl.
TTTATERLOO, Dounr.E Face, MIDDLE'
Y sex, Bay State Long and Square Shawls, at the low
est possible price. A. PUNIC LEE.
Wnt llrattleboro, Oct. 7. 40
MORRILL, M. D., Homeopathic Thv-
1i- aicii-i k Siaanos. OIJco at 8. 8. JOY'S 13 llhrh-St.
OlUca hour, from 11 to It A. M., and from 1 to 3 V, M.
OH TONS FINE FEED
K Just received at C11031JV3.
llrattleboro, Jan. 4, 1800,-1
T1ASH 1'AID FOR BARLEY AND RUCK.
J WHEAT at E. CROSBY'S.
I'ratllehoro, Jin, 4,18001
CLOSING OFF SALE.
Por tlao noxt QO clays
will di: mid nnrom: the runr.ic
GREATLY ItEDUCED PRICES!
ko Tim runrosK of
Xl-oclticiiip; oitv Stools.
l'UKVIOUS TO TAKINO OUU
Our stock Is muoh larger than usual at this season, conse
quently we shall he able to giro our palrons a better selection
lhan usual at our cuistsa hslr. Alt who wish to economise
cau savo TIVKNT Y PH CKNT. by calling ou us for
Also, all In want of NICB GARMENTS, MADE TO Oil.
DEIl, can save money by calling on us during this sate.
A VERY LAIIQE STOCK OP
WILL UK OITF.Itm) ON TIIK ABOVE TKHMS,
CONSISTING IX 1'AIIT OF
1 1 II KPN.,
onj In fact ererything irtalnlng to MEN k BOYS' WEAK-
07 Colli OIK isti ILL is ruts is no lll'MPL'O
XT Wa 1Kb Hocxd to hiks orn Stock SMALLER.
PItATT, AVUIGIIT & CO.
No's 2 k 3 Grsnlte Block,
3VT o,lxi. Stroot,
Tlio Xjacllos' 33xo!b.ax3.go
. PlilCES REDUCED,
TO CLOSE OUT FALL STOCK BEFORE
GEO. W. WAUllEX & CO.
witL orrca insia wnoLi stock or
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Silks, lrr CZooiUt
Glovrf Iloslrr y
t'l EX ABLE TIltM TO
ZXoix tlaolx 3NTox7- Store
I'KUHL'AIIV 1, 1860,
1th an cntlMy SKW STOCK OF St'lUNG O00DS, now
telDjf prtarM y one of tlie Una, and resident afttrnts In
17 Our friends and patrons wilt find a Targe Stock of
Silk (ioodt, SELUXa ..T LESS THAU COST OF IM-
IORTATIOpft and Great Bargains in all ether depart.
THE TRADE WILL FIND
A Large and Desirable Stock
arul New OixhIi by each Steamer, which will be closed out at
very low prices, to short time buyers.
NO. 102 WASHINGTON ST.
XVOm OS Uawloy ft,
A LA HOE LOT OF
ALL IN NEW STYLES,
that will be sold at GREAT X1AKOAINS, to close.
IO- Tlease call early and get the first choice.
AUSTIN & BOYDEN.
llrattleboro, Dee. 15, 1359. U-iO
NEW DEPARTMENT OPENED.
C L O T II I n a
IN ALL ITS VARIBTISS.
AUSTIN & BOYDEN
have opened a splendid assortment
FOR MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR,
manufactured expressly to our order, well made and trimmed
and warranted to give perfect satisfaction, all of which will
be told tow, by
AUSTIN & BOYDEN.
Corner Slain and Elliot Streets.
SKATES t SKATES!
GO Pnlra IiiIIch SUntca very cheap,
25 Pnlra brat EntflUh Shale.
200 Pair CJcul I cm en nml Uoy Sltntca,
Tilco from 26 cts. to $3 per pair,
rriHOSE IN WANT OF SKATES WILL
.p. and t no largest ana uesi variety in town at
No.'s 1, 2 & 3 Kevere Hall,
13THUY Yorn DHY GOODS wnnnn you can
hcy Tiinxi Tin; CUKAl'KSTI !
FISHER &. HAVEN'S
Auiixial Olonlns Oxit
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
HAS NOW COMMENCED
riir Public may ltrn..iirnl tlmt now la lliclr
lime to imrchiso the balanco of their Wloter'. OUTFIT at
A9T0.NISIIINai.y WW PIII0ES, as our tnltre irinttr't
Hock MUST 11 K HOI.!).
11 orilcr lo iiinlio iitilck Snlra we hnre rc-
iluced our prices doirn to a point that all compctltlou ,1 de.
Tliira C3rx-o-rvt Ilocltiotloa
Inajr bo seen in part In tho rolloring (10UD3 to which we In
tite Ton to make a .mill, iiimisitio.
I'Inlii nil Wool I-'rnirli lMrrliiora,
Former price $1 to 11.2S, now 70 to 00 cents.
I'rltitrtl nil Wool French Mcrlnocw,
Former prices $1 to $1.25, now 80 cents to $1.
All Wool French Printed M. DcLntnc
Heduced from lb cents to $1, now 60 to 7& cents.
Our EleKntit Vnlmclna,
(The cheapest Goods ever offered from our counters),
are now 12J to 25 cents.
The bratUiinllllraorKiiKlIsh nml American
Trlnted DeLalnes, are now 12 to 17 cents.
"Our Prleca for nil Amcrlcnti Print
are, per yard, now 0, 7, 8 and 10 cents.
'Our Price" for the Het Slrel Springs,
Skeleton, are now 8 cents a Spring.
OUR DOLLAR FANCY DRESS SILKS.
We roul,l call SPECIAL ATTENTION to these GOODS (or
wearecoxriDRXT that as oood qcalitiu will not ta Ken
again In years as these doo-is are at $1 per yard.
Woolon Lor (5 Sln.vfo-lni,
now selling at $&.
OIiOATTB OZjOAJCS I
We hare reduced our HEAVER CLOTH CLOAKS to close
olT. now (& to $7.
I.ntllc. ntid Woolen HootU,
from 23 to 60 cents.
Hit? Stale Ribbed Woolen Iloae,
per pair, 20 cents,
Kleunnt Chelncllc Scnrf.,
Men'. Henry Woolen Drntrer. nnd Woolen
Shirts, 63 cents.
Mrn.Sfirep.UlnMlltensk fllore., N jom
lliirU.kln Uo. ii Do., I t0
Cl.lr-Slilll Do. ti I)o (1.00
Senl-Skln Io. ti Do.,J l' llr.
FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS
We offer the best Bargains In Embroideries ever seen In the
I OOO Needle worked Collnra, from 10 els. to (10.
3UO Do. Sell., from to cents to (10.
Sbellnnd Wool Veil.,
Sliellnnd Wool, nil eolor., 10 cents per ounce,
Double llerliia Zephyr, nil eolora, 19 cu. per oz.
FOIl IIAHGAINS LOOK INTO
FISHER & HAVEN'S,
W A T O n E 3
33"ox!cr Toir'a Frosoxits,
For NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS, at
CHASE t TRIPP'S.
For NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS, at
CHASE k TRIPP'S.
For NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS, at
chase b TRirr's.
For NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS, at
CHASE k TRIPP'S.
For NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS, at
For NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS, at
CHASE k TRIPP'S.
For NEW YEAR'S PREJENTS, at
CHASE k TRIPP'S.
For NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS, at
CHASE 4; TRIPP'S.
For NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS, at
CHASE k TRIPP'S.
For NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS, call at
CHASE & TRIPP'S,
Muln Street. Urnllleboro', VI.
SCHOOL DAYS AT II UG BY,
LARKIN O. MEAD, JR.
Also, a rery Ane HlustraM Edition of HIAWATHA,
For sale at
MAGAZINES ! MAGAZINES I
And alt otliers supplied on favorable terms, at
FKLTON'S Boole Store,
"Hall Columbia! happy land,
For better times aro novr at hand."
' GREAT CLOSING OFF SALE !
AN IMMENSE STOCK
DRY GOODS AT COST
Wholtf Immense stock of floods to be closed off preparatory
to NEW and EXTENiUVK AHIUNOEM LNTS for th) Spring
Now is llic tiuio for Iticli nni'Knius S
D. GILBERT DEXTEH.
Jamaica, Tt., Januiry 1, 18 CO. 62
THE OR I' AT ENGLISH REMEDY!
Stn J.VMKH tHAriKE'S
CELBHRiVTKD I'BMALB PILLS.
Prtpartdfrom a Prtteription of Sir J, Clarke, M. D.y
rii;slctan extraonllnary to the Qaen.
riMUS WELL KNOWN MUUICINK IS NO
X Imposition, Imt ft sura ami safa remedy for Female lilf
flcultles and Obstructions, from any causa whatever t and
Although a powerful remedy, It contains nothing hurtful to
To mlrrlcd ladles It Is peculiarly suited. It will, In ft
short time, bring on the m mthl period with regularity.
In all cases of nervous and Spinal Affections, I'aln In the
Hack and Umhs, Heaviness, Fatigue on alliflu exertion,
raiptiaiton or mo uean, iwness or sptnts, Hysterics, pick
Headache, Whites, and all the painful diseases occassloncd
by a disordered system, these Tills will effect n cure when all
other means have failed.
Tfiese Pills hatt nevtr letn Inoicn to fait ichere the
directions on the Second jxtyt of Pumphht are KtU
For Ml particulars, get a pamphlet, free, of the agent.
K I). $1 and six postage stamps enclosed to any author
lied agent, will Insure a bottle, containing over 60 pills, by
Sir James Clarke's Female Tills
Blr James Clarke's Female Tilts
Sir James Clarke's Female Tills
Are a BclentlQs Preparation.
Aro a Scientific Preparation.
Are a Scientific l'rv pa ration.
They are safe, and nevtr fall
They are safe, and never fall
They are safe, and never fall
To remoTC all Obstructions,
To remore all Obstructions,
To remove all Obstructions,
And cure all Femate Complaints.
And euro all Female Complaints,
And cure all Female Complaints.
v ncu tne ntrections are rouowea.
When the directions are followed
When the directions are followed.
They are a blessing and a cure.
They are a Messing and a cure.
They are a blessing and a cure.
Ana can do sent ny man
And can be sent by mall
And can be sent br ualt
For one dollar and six postage stamps.
For one dollar and six jiostage stamps.
For one dollar and six postage stamps.
J. CLARK, agent for llrattleboro. M. B. BURR h CO.
Boston, General Agents for New England. lylsll
NEW DRY GOODS
JUST RECEIVED AND SELLING AT OREATLY
0. J. PRATT,
3NTo. X Grrn.3xlto 3Row.
NOW IS TnE TIME TO BUY YOUR
CHEAPER THAN WERE EVER SOLD IN THIS OR
ANY OTHER MARKET.
HAVIXQ RECEIVED DURING THE
pat week a targe Invoice of choice Goods much under
price, I am enabled to sell them at the following
UNPARALLELED LOW PRICES:
Heat Printed nil Wool M. D't,nlne.,l21o60cu.
Best Plain " " OOloJJels.
Beit Plain French Mennoes, cbolc. shades, 02) to 81 cts.
Best Printed " " choice stales, 75 cU. to $1.25.
usual prices f 1 to $1.60.
oulr 60 cU.
" 25 cts.
" 2S cts.
' 1SJ cts.
" 12) cts.
Best Printed Engllib Cashmeres,
Plain LyoneM Cloths, fine Ooods,
200 Iatterns Yalenclas, new styles,
Job lot, " "
176 Patterns (lood M. D'Lalne.,
125 Patterns Dress Silks, desirable styles.
75 cts. to 1.
usual prices, $1 to (1.25.
25 Wool long Bhavls selling for
usualprlce.fi to $9.
20 to 25 Custom-made Paris style Cloaks at cost
3 to 4 Cases choice style. English and American Prints
now selling for 6) to 10 eta.
6 Rales Brown le Uleached Sheetings & Shirtings rery cheap.
60 Doz. Winter Gloves and Gauntlets, from 12J cts. to (1.
20 " Kid Glores that are worth (1 for 75 cu a pair.
Ribbed Bay State Wool Hose, all colors,
only 20 cts. a pair.
Llnro lMkfs. rery cheap, at from 5 eta. to $1.25.
Wrought Collars, closing out from 25 to 75 cts.
worth 60 CU. to $1.25.
Best Watch Spring, Steel, Skirts, only 8 cts. a Spring,
The abors aro not the only good Biaaux. to be found at
this establishment, a. my stock of
BONNETS, RIRB0NS,H00DS, SCARFS,
Are nil marked down
XT od every customer who has a shilling's worth of poods
to buy It cordially Invited to examine this immense stock be
fore purchasing, as such BiaQAisa arejnot to be founds else
where, MI MOTTO IS ONE -PRICE AND NO DEVIATION.
O. J. PRATT.
WE' TIIE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING
T T been appointed by the Hon. Probate Court, for the
District of Marlboro, Commissioners to hear, examine and
adjust all claims of all persons against the Kitate of JOHN
HAINAN, late of Dunimerston In said District, deceased,
and also, all claims of all persons exhibited In offset thereto j
and six months from the SOtlt day of November, A. D-1859,
being allowed far that purpose. We do therefore hereby glre
notice that we will attend to the business of our said appoint
ment at the dwelling-house of Dea. Abel Haven, In said
Uummemo-i, on tne nrst tteuncsuays or eoruary ana a
next from nine o'clock A. 51. until four oVIock P. M, on eacl
of said days.
JOHN V. STEAI1NS.
JOSEPH MILLER, i Commissioners,
Dummerston, Dec. 20th 15MI. S3
rpUE CONFESSIONS and EXPERIENCE
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ing and a caution to those who suffer from nervous debility,
Indigestion, lowness of spirits, want of sleep, premature de
cay, &c.i as a consequence of youthful Imprudence, or the
naneiui name or seu-aDuse, ai me same lime pointing out
the terrain means of stf-curet
Hy one who has suffered from tha above cause, and from
misplaced confidence In medical humbug and quackery.
Single copies sunt (post-free) on tho receipt of a stamped en
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Address, NATHANIEL MAYKAIR, KfiQ.,
3ml Bedford, Kings County, N. ,
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To which Is added a noctlcal essay, entitled "Caltipaediaet
or the art of having and rearing beautiful and healthy chil
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A lit HAIL. I
PROF. MOTT'S MAOIC HAIR INVIGORATOR AHEAD
ITS EQUAL IIASNEVER BEEN FOUND.
It Is manufactured by A. O. GREEN, at lllghgate, Yt.,
nnd Is put up In larger tattler, more tasty style, and Is mor
highly pvfumed than any of the numerous hair dressings
id the day.
Is warranted to remove all dandruff it will restore hair to
bald heails where the roots are not entirely gone will give
new life and vigor to the hair, thereby Imparting to It lti
natural color. ,
This Invlgoratorls a superb article for dressing the hair,
Imparting a brilliancy to the same, causing It to become soft,
nnd gtony, and Is the most highly perfumed article now In
By Us medicinal qualities, this Invlgorator will restore a
healthy action to the blood vtssels (which nourish the glands
lwneath the surface of the scalp,) thereby causing a free and
healthyclrculatlonof blood, and by Its tonic and Invigorating
Influence it will produce increased action and vigor in
the roots, cutting up the thick matter formed In the tubes,
opening the pores of the scalp, thereby giving a fre and
healthy action to the roots and vUorof the hair, and In all
rases where the glands and blood vessels have not been en
tirely deprived of their activity and life by disease, this In
vlgorator will produce a new growth of hair.
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS AND REFERENCES i
Prof. Morr'd Magic Hair Invlgorator Is unequalled by any
thing now before the public. It is what (t purports to be, a
preparation of real substantial merit, and we are much
pleased to learn that they are rapidly taking the place of
useless nostrums. Burlington, Vt., Sentinel.
It Is oue of the most worthy, preparations for tbe hair with
which I ever became acquainted, and I take great pleasure In
recommending the same to tbe public. I particularly admire
this compound, for the fragrancy and duration of Us perfume.
Dr. Johnson, Berkshire, Vt.
I was bald tor years. This Invlgorator restored my hair,
which has never fallen off since. Cf corps V. Maxwell, Jr.,
Auburn, Jf. Y.
Three months ago I was entirely bald at this time my
dead Is covered with new hair. I am satisfied It was forced
to grow by the uso or the Invlgorator. My hair has returned
to Its former color. I had been bald about eight or ten years.
Jame Jt, Abbott, CaUot, Vt.
I would pay fifty dollars per year, rather than be without
your Invlgorator.. Jameson, Uttca, TT. Y.
I had been bald for quite a number of years. Mott's In
vlgorator has restored my hair. It Is as thick and heavy as
Inmy youth. Daniel Dodge, Sutton, C. 12.
Mutt's Invlgorator Is a most excellent preparation, and
must be a very acceptable article for the toilet of any lady or
gentleman St. Albans Messenger.
This Invlgorator we have, tried, and like it. It Is more
pleasant to use, and Is decidedly cheaper than any other.
Burlington Free Press.
This Invlgorator Is all It purports to be. It is one which
we cheerfully recommend to our patrons. A. F. Styles, St.
Prof. Mott's Hair Invigontor has been only a short time
Iwforo the public, and yet one opinion alone Is expressed as to
Its merits. We speak from experience, and can recommend
It as the best hair preparatlen we ever used. For removing
dandruff, preventing the hair from coming out,cleans!ng the
hair aod keeping tt moist and healthy, it is far superior to tbe
most costly preiaratlon In the market, and Us efficacy tn case
ut baldness Is said to be truly wonderful, restoring hair on
heads which, for twenty years, had been destitute of that or
uament. Vergennes Citizen.
Ladles and gentlemen: The abovo Is not one-fourth part
of the evidence I am enabled to lay before you for your peru
sal, or the superiority of Mott Magic Hair Invlgorator, over
alt other articles, whether for restoring hair to bald beads,
from preventing the hair from falling off, or for a dressing i
and alt of this evidence has been gathered within a period of
light or ten months.
Ladles will find that It will enable them to dress their hair
In any shape, ao that It will keep In place.
S. K. GREEN, Proprietor.
All orders should be addressed to the Manufacturer,
A. J. GREEN, Uighgate, Tt.
Sold In Brattleboro1 by Joseph Clark, I. N. Tuoast W.
Dummerston, C. K.Taft Newraue, S. P. Millie and Or
U. SffcRmx j Wardsboro, J. G. Hiaaixa Jamaica, D. O.
Dkxtkb Townshend, O. A. Wilkinsok and E. Siwna i
Urafton,SuxRXA!f k Wtmik 25
1 for curing Scratches, Galls, Calks, 4c, on Horses, Salt
Rheum, Flesh Wounds, Old Sores, Burns, Ice, on people.
This Ointment, where Introduced, Is selling very rapidly,
and why f Simply for the reason that It does what we In all
cases warrant ft to do, to wit: To cure scratches on horses tn
fomr two to six days, when the directions accompanying each
box are strictly followed.
I have used Dr. Henry's Ointment for Scratches and Salt
Rheum sores very often, without a single failure. Henry
Stinehour, proprietor Public House, Jtighgate, Vt.
It Is the best remedy for scratches, galls and calks I ever
saw. -J. L. Sanderson, Proprietor Tremont House. St. At
With the recommendations of such veteran horse dealers
as Mr. Stinehour of lllghgate and J. L. Sanderson of St. Al
bans, any other endorsement Is unnecessary. They say It
itbes scratches, galls, &c , on horses with almost absolute
certainty, It Is excellent for sores, and cracks, In cows teats,
and apears to bejust the artlcl for every farmer to keep In
oonstant readiness. Burlington, Vt; Free Press.
It has been tried and not found wanting. St. Albans, Vt,,
I cured my hand with Dr. Henry's Electric Ointment In two
weeks, when the physicians said I would be without the use
of It two months. I had cut all my fingers to the bone with
a circular saw. .4. D. Peckham, Lebanon, N If.
1 had the misfortune to scald myself quite severely, and by
making an application of your Dr. Henry's Ointment, the
I i.i In Trum the burn almost Instantly disappeared, and In five
minutes I felt no Inconvenience whatever from tbe effects of
I lie fire. Ctarinda Sampioni Montgomery, Vt.
It Is useless to waste time tn writing or reading a more
lengthy advertisement or this Ointment. Enough that It Is
tca ranted to give satisfaction, whether used for scratches,
burns, or any wound of whatever nature on mah or beasl.
Farmers, are your cows troubled with sore teats f Apply
this Ointment at n-bt, and they are well In the morning.
Sold by the agents of Prof. Mott's Maglo Hair Invlgorator
Manufactured at lllghgate, Yt., by A. J. Oreen.
S. K. GREEN, Proprietor.
mI. N. THORN, Wholeseale Agent for this vicinity.
Coccns, Colds, Hoahsekes9 and Iiflc
liiri, Irritation, Sobkxe&l or any affection
f the Throat CURED, the lUcxivo Coi'GU
I n Conscmftios, Bronchitis, Whoopis
Jot'GH, Asthma, Catarrh, RELIEVED by
BROWN'd BRONCHIAL TROCHES oc
"A iiMue and tleaant combination for Camvs. An.
Dr. Q. F, 1! lor low, Boston,
ullave proved extremely serviceable fur jIoarsesxss.'
Rev. Hurt Warj lines sr.
"Irectmmend their use to PrrLto Speakers."
Rev, E. H. duns, New York.
"Jtfoif salutary rtttif in Broxchitu.
Iter. S.Sciormxis Morrtstowa, Ohio.
"Beneficial when cotnptlled ta speak, suffering from
Cold." Iter. S. J P. AsgzRsov, 8t. Louis.
uFfectual in removing Hoarseness and Irritation of
the Throat, so common with Skax er and Singers.'
Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON, La Orange, Ga.t
Teacher of Music, Southern Female College,
"Great benefit when taten before and of te.r preaching,
as they prevent Hoarseness. From their past effect, i
think they wilt be of permanent advantage to mi.1
Rev. E. ltowLRV, A. M.
President Athens College, Tenn,
Sold by all Druggists at 25 cents per box.
Also, BaowK'sIaxATtvi Troches, or Cat hart to Lozenges x
t ir Dyspepsia, Indigestion, ConttipaUon, Headache, Btt
isus AJictioni, ire. Cmit