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you "have ntso succeeded aitllini n ureal
tlclit upon the slate ; lliui ar jour wunes nine
liecu realized. You mo liatl your way. In
ratifying your uilic thi debt lia been in
curred. You hnvc remained nt your firesides
while Ibis fearful ilrugRte wns iroiiii? on, nnd
oldised tbose who icjireseiit no projicrty to
djiht your ballle.. Now, lhat lbs- debt lias
been cotilrnctetl by J on, bo represent the sbi vo
interest of thf state, jou nrvcrtbcles-rlmve I be
coolnes., wilh all thee facts staling you i the
face, to rise in jour places nnd reluno In be
taxed, lly objecting to pay jour share of this
event debt jou nic ohlijied tboso who fought
vour battles to pay il fr you. I desire to
know if (here can bo anything more ungrateful
nnd inhuman than thfsP I had no band in
biiii"ing about this unholy war. I was not in
faor of secession, nnd nm not now. I love
the old L'nion, nnd long to return to its folds.
I had no voice in contincting Ibis debt) I have
been opposed to it nil along. Notwithstanding
this, 1 nm willing that my slaves should 1m
taAoJ hnivily to liquid itu this unjust debt.
Yin, I would gladly ennncipalo them nil if it
wool 1 icstorc us back ns we weie before. This
slacry quest on is the cause nf this wnr, nnd
vc shall never bnvo peace until' a gradual emnn
citmiinn measure is ndolitcd."
Vtllinm A. Oralmin, who is talked of by the
Unionists ns n cinditlate for governor, ntsn ntl
vocated the tax. Tlio Italeigh Standard, in
nn article; nominating Mr Graham for govern
or siys :
"Why such anxiety on tlio part of the per te
secession no-party stripe, to know who is to be
bo rcxt governor ol North Carolina P We
think their anxiety may be relieved In some
degree by telling them who the proplu will not
have to rule over the destinies nf North Caro
lina, l'irst, they will have a loreignei (mean
ing the editor of the Raleigh Journal). Sec
ondly, they will not lime n Yankee (meaning
the editor of the R dcigh Register,) both scccsb.
Thirdly, thev will not limon secessionist of
the South Carolina school. And that lhre
may not be any doubt whti is meant under the
third head, we will define the term by remark
that the people want no man to preside over
the destinies of the state who made the elec
tion of Mr Lincoln the occasion for breaking
up the government."
Copt. Tileston A. Rniker of Co. A, 2d New
Hampshire Regiment, which fought gallantly nt
Wlamsbuig. lately received the following let
ter: C'npt. lURKr.t! Dear Sir: To-day we re
ceived intelligence lhat my brother," Edward
Tnft, has been murtlercl by the rebels. I claim
the piixilegc of occupying his place in your
Company. Will J mi not accept me? Captain,
I must go. Yours,
SPECIAL NOT O K S.
Montreal, May 10, 1S0O.
We liavc personally known IT. Cottiv for many years.
II is n Kentlenun of the highest ftunJiu, lioih eoctAlly nnd
We have MVen the opinion of the fir it Medical man In the
City uinm tlie formula ly which thesd 1MIU are prepared, and
arc assured lhat they nro a very excellent remedy for the pur
twse to which theynrc designed.
LYMANS, CLAUE k CO.
Don't wait until you have tried eviry Ihlnj clue ns some
have done, (so they tell us) and only found relief and cured
by the use of Uoct. UlflVml Homeopathic Curativen. They
will cure you nf a ough or cold, headiL'lie,dspepsli, fever
and iiffue, bllllousness, or any of tho lang strlnp of diseases,
for which lie ha rrp.iml rescrlptlons. They nre put upln
neat boxes at '25 cfs. each sol.l by I. N. TIIUUN, Ifr.ittle
Iwro, and 0. P WOOD, It Hows Full?, Agents.
Philip Lee, Proprietor, 130 Willi im street, New York.
iJATcm:i,Rs iiAin dve.
rut: best jx Tm: would.
WILLIAM A. n.VTlMIKLOR'S celebrated Hair Pye pro
duees a color not to ba distinguished from n itu re warranted
not to Injure the llatr In the leat; r(.m"dles the 111 effects of
bad dyes, nnd Invigorates the Hair for life. CHIKY, HHD,
or UL'isTY IIAlU Instuitly turnsaspkndld Dlauk or Ilrown,
leaving the H ilr soft nnd Ixsautlful. Sold by all Druggists,
TjThe Ounutnaii signed WILLIAM A. It ATCHELUll, on
the four gi-ie of rath box.
FACTO II V. No. HI Iltirclny Slrrrt.
(Late 2Z llroadwwj and 10 llond Street.) 'cw Vorlt.
Olexwood Ladies' Scjiisart, April 15, 1802.
To Jons L. Hcssew ell. IIostox. Mam. Dear Sir:
In our school of One Hundred Ladles, your Jutly cele
brated Tolu Anodyne has been frei-ly uned for complaints for
wmcn it -is recornnienduj, ami iy me considered litneiy in.
Mrs. HIRAM 0P.0CTT.
The complaints ffrnhlch it Is rcconimcmled and confident'
ly warranted to cure, or relieve, nru .Neuralgia, spasmodic
Uneutnattsm, Tooth aini j;ar Acne, hohci uompinims, er
voui, and Mck Headache, Ilytitcrla, ivltlt all Mln-ir Nervous
uoropumts, anu uias oi bleep. I'ltUKiui-iuu.
The above aluable preparation Is fur sale by I.N.THOKN,
Druggist, Urattleboru. 422
Cnnri'i'H Cni-etl utlliciiit llir Kulfo
Dr. IIADLF.Y, associate or Dr. ItHVc,019 Iiroud way, New
York, will visit the Revere House, HrattlelHro,Thursdy and
Frllay, the 5th and Oth of Jl'Ni:, 1802, and Intends to
renew his Uslt the first Thursday n.id Friday each month;
where uny nlllicted with Cancers or Tumors can consult
him with regaid to their cure. HU remedy gives little or no
pain In most cases, an 1 Is tery speedy and effectual In re
moving the disease. Special attention also given to to the
treatment of Scrofdlou and other long standing diseases.
No charge for consultations.
tr3 WM. W. HAD LEY, M. D.
IMPORTANT TO FUMADES.
DR. CIIKLSKMAVS PILLS
The combination of Ingredients In these Pills are thj result
of a long nnd extensivu practice. They nre mild in their
operation, and certain In correcting ull Irregularities, painful
31 en si run ions, removing an oo-Mrucilous, Whether from cold
or otherwise, headache, pain In tlis palpitation of the
heart, white, all nervous nfftctious, hysterics, fatigue, p.ilu
In the back and llmb, .c.,dlstuibed sleep, which arise from
interruption of nature.
OR. CIIliKSBMA.VS VltAS
was the commencement of a new er.i In the treatment of those
Irregularities and obstructions which have consigned so many
to a phem ATfBKOiuvB. N female can enjoy good health un
less she Is regular, and whenever an obstruction tikes jdace
the gentral health begins to decline,
OR. ClIKKSCMANVS IMI.LS
are the most effectutl remenyever known for alt complaints
peculiar to Female. To all classes they are Invaluable, in
ducing, with certainty, periodical regularity. They are
known to thousands, n ho have used them nt different periods,
throughout the country, having the sanction or suiue of the
most eminent PHyaiciatm in America.
Explicit dirrctiong, ntating uhen they thould not be
ufctf, with each ltox the Vrice One Dollar per liox. con
taining from 0 to CO Pills,
P1IU sent by maitpromj,tty by remitting to the Proprie
tor. Sold by Druggists grneyally.
It. i, lli rCniNfi?, PaoniiBTun,
JU Cedar .t.. New-York.
Boll by Pond k Morse, Rutland I. T. ShurtleT k Co ,
Tlir Coiirrnlou nnd C pr rlrurr ofnu In
valid, Puplishtd lor the benefit and at a warning and a
warning to young men who suffer from Nervous DeUllty,
Premature decay, kc. supplying at the same time the means
of (ielNCure. Ujr one who has cured himself after being put
t 'rent expense through medical Imposition and rmockery
Ji id hi; a iostpild addressed eurelope, fliNnm corua
i-iiiy be had of the author, NATHANIEL MAYFAlH, Kan,.,
Pedford, Kings Co., N. Y. lyll
Tn this tlllaee. Mav 31st. hy Itv. Oeo. I'. Trier. Mr. I
CAlII)3 I11UIIS and Miss KI.I.A C. IIUOIIKK, ltli ol
In this village, at the Drattlcboro House, Slav 27, liy Ilev,
Win, T. ftowe, Mr. DWinilT B. KI'.l.TON or Shuteshury,
Mass., nml Miss Ji:ANMli 31. IIAUIUS, oi inn, .Mass.
fn West rtratttelioro. Junel.hv Kev. i. I'.lMn.lW.IUYIll
CAbS of Norllineld, M., ant VIOLA II. 1IAIIDWKLL, of
In We.t llrntlli-lioro. Mav 20. by Kev. J-Chandler. Mr.
M01UUS N. (IIIXEIl and Miss J U I.I A V. MhliUllli:i.l),
IxKh of Newfane.
i rSK' rShn' aE3u.
AIUIIF.U.A F. IIUNT1NI1TON. lly the salne,.May 31, Mr.
SAMI KI, KNK1I1T and Miss I.UCV 1'. IIUNTINO TON.
In NorthlleM, Mass , Apill , liy Hev. .Mr. Murray. Mr.
1IKNKV II. AMKS of Mnrllioro, and Ml KLI.A A.
I'lUMd'S cf Northnild. Mass,
In prattleboro. May 7, Misi COH K DI.AL, aicd 35
In West DrattleW, Juno l, JONATHAN IIOItTDN, Bgcd
In Boston, Mass., April 25, en UNCY D. KTNNKV, ape 1
il nntlrH git K.wfjn. Vt "
At V1ie,Kenr,!I,l""J,!,1'll1' )V'"nBlnn, I. 0M May 2Cth, of
tjphotd fever tlLKV O, U , WWlN, of Jamalci. Vt., a intm
Ut of Co. II. 21 reclmrnt Urilttd k.i.i, I - . i
2J years, 0 inonths and 16 days. M..or.,..B-u
In Duoimerston, Slay 21, HANNAH, wife r,r im.i..
Jlllson,aged 89 years.
Our mother Is not dend but sleecih
cuss uici in ru huh t vmifm
JIow sweet her slumbers are.
Printers In Mass, and It. I. are rrtpiestcd to pub'Uh.
3 Carpenter! for first clsss srorki also, 3 Caqienprs for
oiarse work Apply to K. II. CI.AHK, Ho, 5 Fstry's lllnck,
opposite Melodeon Factory, llraltldxro, Yt , or D II. NEW.
TON, Ortcnntl.l, Maus. 1
drnccrlel nf all kinds for isle low, such ai Flour, Msal, flu.
gar, Molasses, Tea. Coffee, Flu'if, Oil, Powder, Fuse, Clolhes
Uiki, Ikd Cords, I'ulls, Tubs, Soa s, Tokjcco, Snuff, aitd all
kltifls of gooils usually kept by tiie trade, not excepting first
rate rin'mr. K. II CI.AKK.
Srattleboro, June t, 1802. 3w23
rpo HUNT. TEK STORK IN KSTA-
L imoOKS' III) IK recently ocrapM lijr Charles K.
Alexander, If tmvr nlTereit to rent, anil possession siren Ira
mmertlately. Inquire of W. II. hSrAllllOOKB.
llraltl'lwro, June 1SC2 S3
$1 000 NVANll:l) TKRM 01'
Ampo security plvcu l.y inortif ige mi ilrslraMs Ileal Es
tate In nntlltlwro Vlllafe.
il r I'ur Inrllciil irs aclJrcss t'. 0. Hot 21 llratllilioro, Vt.
Juno 2, 1S0J 3i) '
USTRAY OR STOLHN ntOM tiik
PtaMo of Ihc suliscrtlcr mi tlie nlalit of !h 20th
Inst , a CIIIKY 51 AltH Ave, years old, white face)
a1a.i innrkctl with trlilte About ll.e limits. Anr
one clvhiz luformatlon nliout the same will Iw suluhty re-
... V U't'llCTI'lt
(lullfliril Center, Jlay 2?, 1802. 3w22
PROF. I'KUX Dr. LANNOY Havino nr.-
I. term'ned to become, ft resident of llrattlcloro, respect,
fully offers his s 'rvlcei as Teacher of the French language.
W,ffnrM Iter. Uki. 1. Ttlkii, I.. 0. Mrad, Knq , .1.
Emx, V.vi , Man. IHki'.l KtLl.ono, IIiium uhcitt, A. M.
WINDHAM COUNTY JJOYS.
lOl Men Wnlllrcl Iiimirillnlclr IoHiiIIkI for
rpiiK OKNBRAT, OOVRRNMUNT having
JL made a requisition upon Vermont for more troops to
serve during the Vr, ttic htito hastens to respond.
I nm authorized jr the (lovernor to recruit a Company of
Volunteers from Mini ham County for the
OTH VERMONT REGIMENT.
It Is desirable that the rnmnnnr ilimiM he full In two weeks
nml sooner If porslltltf. VtrmontersI lUliy onco more for
iiio uountry, tii Constitution ami tlie lcilr OM H g of our
My heat! mini ters tire nt Unittlehoro. nnl I have nptiolntetl
as Hecrultinj; Agents,
I'AIILKY STAIUl, of Jacksonviltei
ULKAr.ll flUllllAM. Jr..nr Wlmlngton
HUNT W. nUHKOUS. of Vernmi
IK A A. I'L'WU'MKIlof fcicSJiishiMn.
Further lafonnnthn may be ohtalned nt Head Quarten or
of the Kecrullintf Agent.
V UJUimvi: Jiecruiting umcer.
Brattlehoro, May VUh, 18C2 2J
IIST OP IiKTTKUS
"OKMAINING in Tin: POST OFFICR at
) ItraUlclwjro, Vt., Jiincl, 1802.
iynuc iifs i iu
Moore Sames 11
McClure Hllbert D
Morris Haac It
Mil it. Mrs i;ilza
Miliar Mrs Sarah 11
Mahau Miss Lizzie
Nutting Mls Wealthy
IatceC II Co K3J t Reg
Putnam A W
Piper Miss Mary
Russell Allen D 2
Ramsly Chas '2
Rice -MiM Mary
Sherman 11 11
Ston s C W
Mark Nn than
Stearns Wm R
Sherbrooks C H
Stretter Fred'k F 3
Snrgent Mrs C S '2
Stoldard Mrs Alraira K 2
Smith Mlo Mary D
Turner Mrs I tr Id jet K
A'un'UIlen J 2
Wossen Si'muel R
Wilcox i: A
Wells Mrs Klvlu J
Wcatherbee Miss Koanna
Alf.ird MiM Mary I
Hoyden & ltlshop
Itartlett Mrs Sarah
Dowker Mrs Jane
ltu:kley Miss ;ilzt M
Iluttcrncld Miss Marietta
Crandatt C C
Cutting Jonathan 2
Chase Miss Mary O
Cook Fannie II
Dick Rev. Alex.
Dty M Henry
Davis C W
Kndlcott I It
KUlot Chas. W
C.m Miss Hattle
Hoit. i y
Hodgdon Rev. N C
Hidky Wm W
Ilarvcy (leo H
HirrwMrs Abble A M.
Hubbard Mrs P A
Hall Mrs Warren
Hammond 31rs Eunice
Judl Mrs Martlia K '2
Jackson Miss Jcinte
Iane Mrs Helen R
Persons calling far any of the abive Litters will please say
"adverti-ed." UEO. U. KKLLUO, P. M.
Drattleboro, June 1st, 1802. Iwl9
CTATE OF VKUMOXT, MAitMioito, S. S.
KJ i he k'robnle Court for said District t
To nil persons Intemtcd In the Katate of MARTIN
DROWN, late of Whltinghum, In said District, deceived,
You are htreby notified lhat Ibis Court will dudde upon
the npnlicitlon of AMOS A. DROWN Administrator uion
said Katate, for an extension of the time for the payment of
the debts thereof, nt the session thereof to Imj held at the
Probate Olllce, In Drnttlclvom, In s tid District, on the last
Thursday of June, A. D. 1802, when and where you may be
nearu in uie premises, u you m nt.
QTATK OF VERMONT, Mauliiouo, S. S.
ihc I'robate Court tor said Dntrictt
To nit persons liiUrtsted In the IMitcof PhRSIS 1IAR
BKU, lute of Wntdsliom, deceased. Greeting.
You are hereby nutitietl lhat lids Court will decide upon
the nltowance of the account of C. II, KAOKR, Administrator
upon said IMate, aud decree distribution thereof among
the tKTsons entitl M thereto, at tlu session thereoi to ie beld
ut the Probate Office In llrattklioro, in said District, on the
last Thurday of June, A. I. lSG2,uheu and where you may
be neard in tne premises, it you see ut.
R. W, CLARKE, Register.
QTATE OF VERMONT, Maui.rouo, S. S.
yJ Tne i'robate court Jor said Dntrictt
To all persons Interested In the llstatoor AUSTIN WAR
NKR late or Newfane, deceased. Greetinat
You are hereby notified that this Court wilt decide upon
the implication of KlTTRRDUi: HASKINS. Administrator
upon said Dstate, for an extension of tbne for payments of
the debts tnereor, nt tne scsiion thereor tu be iieid at the
Probate Ollice, In DrattleU-ro, In said Dl'trtct, on the list
Thursday of Jun, A. IK 1SC2, when and where you may bo
neard in tne premises, u you sc nt.
R. W. CLIRKti, Register.
QTATE OF VERMONT, M.utLiiono, S. S.
Tne I'robate Court for sail Dittrictt
i a oil wiiom t mav concern, ureetinnt
Yon are hereby notified that HORATIO N. HICKS, fluar-
illan or LKW13 A. HICKS, a minor, has made application In
writing to this Court fur licence t sell the entire Interest of
his said Ward in the Real Kstnte or his said Ward, situated
In the viliacre nf Wilmington. In sa'd District, on the t round
that such sate will be Iteueflclal to his said Ward, and that
this Court will decide uikiii said nnnlicttlon nt tlie session
tnereor to ua neid nt the rrobate Ollice In Urattieiioro, m
said District on the last Tbursday of June, A. D. 1S02, when
and where you may Iw heard in the premises. If you see fit,
i;. v, ULAHivi;, itegister.
I. A N C H A It 1) ' S S C Y T II K S
The tuh-tcriltfrs Iiaviiiff lcen apjtolntcd agtnts for the sale
of these celebrated Scythes In Wind trim County, would give
notice lhat they are ready to receive orders for the coming
season. The superior cjuatity of these scythes will be fully
maintained. Merchants will ensure the prompt A ling of theli
orders by glvtn them early.
A good assortment of Scythe Snaths and Stones of the besj
n,uilily. Also Hay Forks and Kales, for sale, wholesale and
TYLCU k THOMPSON.
May 2S. Qw22
ron kai.i: Oil TO I.KT.
ILfyih The cl-imit and lvmriilli situation known as
the .'llioinas I'lacc," in lint part of the village of Hrattte,
liru known as "TliNniasvllle,'' Is novr offered for sale or to
let. The house Is one of the largest nnd m'i-t thoroughly
un hi uii .magr) u i siiusiwi on iievniea gmuiKi, com
mantling n fine vler or the lauiful seenery arounll llrattle
tmro, and Is within n few minutes walk ol the llallrnail De,
pot, schools iukI churt'lies. 1 he house Is fully supplied on
inc orsi snii secoii'i noors wun an aounuance OI pure spring
waier. iiusi le uie house is a iMtn.rooin, cirrlagchouse,
! tan., yrrt other outhut,,.!,,,., all In d order.
1 In irooil onler. Connectei
with these buildings are about fifty acres of land. Tlie en.
tire premises will be suM very low. uud thev offer great In.
ducements pi any one desiring an tlegant and commodious
resi lence in nils s lllajce.
. I'or rurther iarllculars apply to V. II. FUANCIS at the
Wesselhoeft Water Cure, or of I.. 0. MEAD, Kin.
Ilmttleb'jro, May 27, 1S62.-2J
Vri'.SSKLIIOi:FT WATI'll cum:.
This Institution is open throughout the yeur for patients
1. II. FltAXCIS. I'lmi-niKioiit
1)K. AUGUSTJXK SfJUUIIKHT, Phv.ician.
IVrsoni board I ni In the villase can take full trvalm ent un.
der the care of Da Scihtdbht, formerly IVofessor In MailUon
i College, lvun.
Jr. 9. Comes I.iRiiiy rcv,'tiiiiiciiurii ami iti mieijr mmiv
some of the most remarkable cures which htive been effected
In this country,
r ikrilDDFKICK MUM.KU.3I. D., Mon
O. L'iMKIt, lliq Montreal, Canad.
l. A. IIOLLANU.
CIIUI8TIAN SYI10LD, "
Her. (1. WEIINUII, "
lr. TIIEOIWItH IIA1IN, St. tlallen. Principal of the Hy.
"oauiia iitsiuult, Bt.lhlllen, ewiisrnanii.
Hon. J. B. IIEAUUIIY. Mayor of Monln
A COMl'llOMISU CAN UK MADE HY
X c illlng at oir olllce and paying your account, which
hasten due a loig lime,
.... Y(""l'spectrully, IJWlNEI.LfcIII.I33.
Br.ttlehoro, Fel, 27, 18J. 9
JUST IU:CEIVI21) AT
II0U0UT0X & DLVKE'Sr
LA110E AND SPLENDID ASSOltT-
PTATN TiLiAOTC Sir.lvS
fir 87c, $1, $l,t2, ,1,25, nu.t $17 J r Xnl,
. , , AND VmtV OIIIJAI' t
just look At lliem tliey are Rt leiut 12Jc i'ir yil less tlifin ever
In new designs, In hah1seme shinies of Browns, Klues and
LACK I)IIOCAI)i: Slt.KS, .loublc Tnco;
I AX0Y KIMCS, very clicnp ;
A tnrnt and desirable ttoel rif
WOUSTl'.l) Dlir.SS GOODS nfnll Hylojfc qualities.
Alto the Acid Styl of
SACKS, In 1-ndlcV Cloths nuil lllnck Silks D3"lo
sncKiiiRs mm umcK bilks clicnp for mnklnj;
wiim: an' i) cor.oiiKi) cakim'.t waiipsi
liooi- Mdirrs, pauasols, sux umiii!i:i,i,as.
HOUSE riiRMSillXr.' (j(HH)S,
or trrnv DtacBirTiox.
WOOL. TABLE AND 1'IAXO COVr.nSi
IlLKACIIi:i) AND llltOWN SIIKI'.TINOS, in nil
nu llities nnd width, ni inn lowest Iincc ;
TICKlN'liSi llllIII.ArS: DKN'IMSs
SIIIRTISO I'lllNTSt STUU'lIS AND CHECKS;
nxoi.isii toilut (jrn.rs:
LANCASTKI! QUIL'ISl HATI'.S QUILTS;
LINEN GOODS OF ALL KINDS.
Illcachcd nnd Drown Table Linen by the yarl(
Linen Covers t Napklnst Doylies t Ltnen Shirt Uosorasi
Collars and CutTij Dliiersf Flannels; Crashes)
Ilukubukst I'UIn Irish Linen In all quilitles
CurUln .Muilinij Oil Hhi leS (lold It inl Window Shades
Side Lights) l'apcr Curtains. CurLiln Fixtures)
husk, ji.vir, anu uxceisior, Matresesj
Nice- New Feathers, cheap.
CARPETS OF EVERY QUALITY,
from the best 3 ply to the die i pest grades.
Oil Ulotlis or all qualities, 4-4, 5-1, 01, 7-4, and 8-4 wide)
CoUo" Hocking 2 3'arils wiile; Wool Hocking, ilif. wluths
StrawTlnttlng, White and Cheeks,
Ulr Carpets and Uoils.
PAPKIC EI, VIVO IWOS.
We nro clnslnir out our stock of I'AI'Clt IIANQIN03 at
cost. I'neetmueMleducedl Seetliem.
OVll STOCK OF CltOCItCUV
Is complete nnd will lie sol 1 at prices tlmt A III flatlsly thQ
We will not be undersold in anything.
IT We would nlso call your attention to our 1 irge stock of
flUiYKS AND I10SIi:itY COITON 1I03B for Men's, lljys,
Lames anu .Misses v ear.
We hire a snlcrdld assortment of nice Kid Gloves.- tlie
llcase examine our stock. We warrant all QooJs to prove
as represented. Look nt them.
Yours very truly,
IIOUGIITOX & llI.AKi:
BUY GO0D3 iUtB CHEAP.
I have Just received from NEW YOHK everything pertain-
Ing to the DRY GOODS trade, hive baught them cheap and
will offer them to my cuitomsrs cheap. L;t every body that
wants Dry Goods please call at
SLATE'S NRW - YORK S10RB,
as I propose to Just lit tliem slide right straight along, at
Jusl liat tliey cost.
XBW DRESS GOODS;
NEW FANCY SILKS;
NEW llliACK SII.KS;
NEW TWO FACED SII.KS ;
new kkev goods,
new stiief:t sackings;
new sun u.mukki.las;
nkw kid gloves ;
NEW WHITE, AND COI.'D STAYS.
I will sell all my SUM ME II SILKS,
at half what they oost In Now-York
will sell all my PLUNfc FIG'D I! A RAGES,
at half what they cost In Now-York,
The Ladies will sec that I propose to give
DDIEfXT GOODS !
SLATE'S Now-York DRY GOODS STORE.
Pntlleboro, Jday, 1863.
jJTISSKS MA11SII & HAIiLAHD,
Hare Just opened a fresh and beautiful assortment of
SI'lll.VR A M SUMMER
which they are prepired to furnish their customers In all the
deilrable styles of the season.
From many years experience they feel confident that they
can (rive full saturation both In the stylo and quality of tbtlr
I'leasa call at their rooms In 4
Main Street, Urattleboro,Vt.
May 1,1602. 1
pASUIONAHLE AND ELKGATsT
A. K. GREEN,
l'irst Door West of Revere House,
Cloaks, Mantillas, Wrappers, &c,
ALL MAIIll IK Till 1IEST MAN.NEIt lot LATEST BrYLES.
lirattlelioro, Wi. 3wSl
TMSSOI.UTIOX. TIIK COl'AnTXF.ll.
.KJ. !!'L1,,'re.'of!'r'..".uln"" mln llrm MOUSE,
,AlON l CO., Is this day dissolved liy luulual consent.
All demands due to or Irom sai l firm will 1 sillied hy 11. K.
piorav. ... r.. jiiiur..
II. J. J.AMBUN,
Newfane, May S3, 1802. 3w2J
STATE OF VKIIMONT, MAni.nono S. S.
Tilt Probate Court for laid Dtitrteti
To all persons Interested In the KsUte of ItlClIAUD
KIIlIlF.lt, Jr., late of Wardslioro,deceaseil,0ree(fno
You are hereby notified that this Court trill ilecMe upon
tlie allowance of the Una! account of NATHAN I II, JOHN
SDN, Administrator upon laid Kstale, ami decree dlstrlbii
I Ion thereof among tho persons entitleil thereto, at the session
I hereof to lie held at the Trn'inte OnlcJ In llrattlelioro. In said
lilstllct,on tin, last Thurs lay of June, A. I. ISflJ, alien anl
where you may U) hear 1 In the premises. If y.m see lit.
It. W. CIiAKKK, Register.
STATU OF VHHMONT, lAiit.nono, S. S.
Tlie VnMt Court Jar M Dtitrteti
To all prrsons Inurtsleit 111 mo r.siaieoirfuar.ru nmu,
iteof tlu.lford,decoased, (Irrelinqi
Whtrea. Flli;i:i:illCK II. KIM'i has presented to this
Coutt nn Instrnmctit pulporlliif! tolio the last Hill of sail
deceased, f,.r l'robatei You are lurcoy tiotiueu mat Ibis
Donrt wilt brl.te in.nii the Probate of sall Instrument nt the
session thereof to be held at tlio I'robate OHIco In llrntilelinro,
In laid District, on the twelfth day of June, A. II. 1802,
when nnd where you may appear and contest tho lame, II
you lit. 11. W. (jliAllKII, Register.
CJTATK OF VKKMONT, MAni.noito, S. S.
n t-a. rirnf,Ae Court for Maid Dlttrict t
Tn all persons Intcrestnl In the Ilstnto of MARTIN llltOWN,
into of H hltlngbnm, ileeensiii, iirirumji
ivnereas, a.iiu3 a. intunisi rtoniioiiiHwr u,,i p,n.i
(.slate, has ma le application in wrning i'i mi. .mn, ni-ning
forth that the amount nf debts due from said decease.! Is
Tl'iat the etpenses of administration wld be almut 650,00
That the nmounl of personal property assigned to
the Widow Is . 055,49
That the vatue of tlie personal property Is 1 J09.73
t.ivlnri n li llanee nnnrbi kleil for of $5731.31
And iiriilng for Mcense to sell Real li.tate for the tmi pose
of pajlnrf said debts and expenses You are hereby notlncd
tiial Ibis Court will iltcl'le up in lal l application at the ses
sion thereof to be held nt the I'robate Office, In lirattlelioro,
In said District, on the twelilli day of June, A. I). 1802,
when and whera you nny be heard In the prtrolscs, if you
see fit. R. W. CLARICII, Register.
STATK OF VUIIMONT, j At n I'rnlmlo
Dtitriet tini'tttmintttr.!.S. j Court, held at Orafton,
within mid for said District, on the 7th day of May, 180J.
Present, tlie lion. A1II3IIA1 RlUDlJAllD, Ju.lge.
Ax tx.TnCMET. purnortbiir to laj the last will and testa
ment of CIIARI.l;S C. IIOWARD,l.ileof Townslicnd, In said
District, ileeensil. Iielng prteCntiil to the Uourt here by ho
I.KN II. HOWARD, the llxecutrlx therein nnmul forprolintel
It Is ordcrcil by said Court, that ail wrsons conecrneil there
in, no notmeii to apiiear at a session ir salil uourt.lo lie Held
ifllce of A. Stoddard, in Tiiwtishcnd. n sa d District, on Die
first Wednesday of July, A. D. ls02, nml show cause. If nny
they may have, against tlie probate of said will, for wlil.'h pur
pose It Is further ordered, that tl copy of the record of this
order In published three weeks lucciMslvcty In the Yennont
rincnu, printed at llrattleluro, in this ?Lite,ns soon ns may
be. A true copy of recor I
Attest, 11UNJ. W. DKAN, Register.
Orafton, May 8th, 1892.
WK TIIK SUnSCnillEItS InvlriR l.oen
tlulv limiolntcd bv tho Hon. Probata (Imirt fur tho
Dltrlct of Mirllwro, Commliilon'-M to receive, examine and
adjuit all claims nnd dem inU or nil persons nsatn't the K
Uteof KUSIIA C. DAVIDSON, bile of Wardsboro, In said
District, deceased, and nln nil ct.itmi and demand exhibited
In oflVt thertrtnj and ?lx monthi from the 7th day of May,
A. D. 1302, bclnjt allowed by sild Cuurt for that purine, wo
hereby give notice that we will attend to the business ol our
nail ni'Hntmcnt at the dinUing house nf Joitiah It. David-
von in salil vtaruattoro, on the last Tuesday In June, A. I
180.2, from 1 to 4 oclock o'clock P. SI.
1,1111.1.1 V WILDUl f
IIKNUY M. FirTd. 5 CommUdoners.
Wardsboro, May 27, 1SGJ. 22
X7K, TIIK SUIVSCHIIiKUS beinsdulv nn
1 T pointed bv tho II in. Probate Court for the District of
Marlboro, Commissioners to receive, examine and adjust
all claim and demands of all p-rom against the Estate of
JA.Ml,3 ll. Jll-.KimtJOK, Mtenr iirattleboro, In sabl Dli
trict, deccaied, and also ull ct Urns nnd demands exhibited In
oiTset thereto; and tlx months iroin the 25th day of April A.
v jsuj, neinc auoweu ny s.iiii imrt lor that purpose, e ao
tuererore nerenv K've notice, that ne n ill attend to the busi
ness of our said appointment at the nt.ire of Willijm II.
terbrook In silJ tirattleluro, on the flrst day of July next
ami tne mini nay oi bepu. inner next irom iuociock A.m.
untu 4 o'ciciE i . .m. on eacn ot said days.
DAVID OOODKLIj, SConwntsf loners,
Urattleboro, May 21, 1S02 22
WE THE SUIISCIUnEUS IJKING Ap
pointed by the Ibm. Probate Court for the District ot
Marlboro, Commissioners to receive, examine and adjust all
claims and demands of all persons u?,ilnst the Kstate of
L'AlsKIl L'UI,;, late or t.rattleboro, in said District de
ceased, and nNo all claim i and dcminds exhibited In offset
thereto; and six months from the 25th d.tr of April. 1862.
being allowed by to Id Court for that purpotc we hereby give
notice tint we will attend to tin business of our sail ap
pointment at tne dwelling nouse oi saia deceased, in said
llrattlcboro, on the first Tuesdays of June and Spptera'-cr, A,
D. 1802, from one to 4 o'clock-1 M. on said days.
Urattleboro, May 10, 1SG2.
50 SIMON V. auOlUIXOUail.i Commissioners.
COMMISSI ONEIIS NOTICE.
WE, THE SUnSCUIlIEUS. IJKIXO A1-
T ixdnted by the Hon. the I'robate Court for the Dis
tr ct of Westminster Commissioner! to nceive, examine and
a Ij Hit all cliiins and demands of all iKTmis against the Instate
1 1 MAIITIN CHAS.!, taM of Jamaica, In aid Dlslrh't,
iicce.istii, ana aifoiiuciaimsnnuiiemtintis exiuotieii inodsct
tt,eri-to and six: months from tlii Tttt day of May Inst.
h.-ing ill i tnil by said Court b.r that puiiioie, we do therefore
hereby j:tve notice that we wilt ntteivl to the business of our
said appotntmeut at tb" 1 ite residence of nald dece.ivcd In said
Jamaica, on the second Thursdays of June and Septemlrer
next from D o'clock A. M. until o'clock P. M., on each of
said days. jiiki iiuutua, i
vr ) commissioner s,
Jamaica, Mjy 10, 162.-21
uppolntwl by the Hon. 1'rob.ite Court fr the District
of Marlboro, commissioner to receive, examine and adjuit
all claims ami demands of all pers-ms against the Kitataof
Hi. Mil r. va.-s inn iitii, late or uraiticiKiro, in said ins
trict, iKceased, and alio all claims and dem inds exhibited In
offset thereto: and six months from the 27lh day of March,
A. D. 1601. being allowed by sild Court for that purpose, He
hereby giva notice that we will uttend to the business of our
nald nppo.iitmeni at tne uank or lirattlelioro, in said nrat
lleboro, on the eighteenth day rf June next and the Eleventh
Ityof August next from 10 o'clock In the forenoon to 4
o'clock In the afternoon on each of said days,
lirattlelioro, May 9th, 1H62.
20 Oi:o. IIOWi:, i Commissioners.
rHIKAVEST and PI.EASANTEST IIOUW
Hrattlcboro' to New - York
CAUIN FAUi:, $1.60. SIICOND CLASS, $1.00.
No charge for llerths.
Purchase R.R. Tickets to Hartford only,
FIUST CLAPS STATlMtOOM ACCOMMODATIONS.
CITY OF lIAUTFOttR,
(1000 TONS riTKTIIKN,)
CAI'T. K. M. SIMPSON,
Will leave Hartford for New York. eery Monday. Vedncs-
day aud Friday, at 3 1-3 o'clock, P. .M.
G ItANITK STATJ3,
(1000 TONS HUltTIIEN,)
OAPT. J. H..KING,
Will leave Hartford for New York, every Tuesday, Thurs
day and Satunlay, at 3 12 o'clock, P. M.
Passenzers leaving IlIlATTLEIiOKO' hy 0 00 A. M. Train,
have ample time to connect.
Tho nliove lloals arrive In New York In time for the Morn
Inir Trains of the Erie, Hudson River and I'hiladelphls Holds.
FrelfUil Ukcn ai low latcs. .-uara goous "iure ji.e. is,
Y. St. lit. Co., Hartford.".
I). A. MILLS, Aoknt.
May, 1602. 6mM
TIIE WUllL OF Oltlt'S ISLAND, by Mrs. Etoe
AONia OF SOIlltKNTO, by Mrs. Btowe
HOME AND AT1H0AD, 2nd Series, Uayard Toylo-
IlEAUTIia OF DE QL'INCY
lloj. ALVI'.El) ELY'S J0U11NAL TO 11ICI1M0HD(
Uin. iiaihus' ntisoN rrtisoN life in iiichmo.niii
AIDS TO FAlTHl
BOOK ABOUT DOCTOItS)
TIIE C1IANNIN03, by Sin. Wood
STBUnOLES OF JONia, IlllOWN AND nOMNSONi
v itli xxxitxxy otliors.
FET.TON'H 110 OK STORE,
lirattlelioro, May, 1862,
In Walnut, Oak, Chestnut and llutternut, for sale by
IIWINELL k UL18S.
nov. li, hoi. lo
BY GENERAL CONSENT HAS BEEN
Another New Department!
to be designated
ThcDcpartmentof Hr.attlcboroand vicinity,
I'. & A. Sl'KYKU & CO.
3NTo. 1 X31ivlto's3 Hloo Is.,
(fur ratrons uiA'hlcniU n" rjspoctfulljf sollclteil to rtport
t Ueinlquiirtcrs for Inspection of a most splendid assortment
ENGLISH, FRENCH & GERMAN DRES3
SHAWLS, XBW STVI,KS J
CLOAKS, NKW STVI.KSI
MANTII.IjAS, NKW STVI.KSJ
COLLARS AND LACES ;
U JI It ItO 1 1) Kit K I) S KTTS J
IMIKXCII SKIRT FRONTS f,
I'KKNCII KID OI.OVKSJ
I'RK.VCII IIOSK, &c.;
At Prices to defy Competition.
The wcaltier permitting tur friends will please m-rch to our
Store In double quick time, ai wc nre desirous fo outflank our
compctllnrs nnd to win victories In selling goods cheap.
F. & A. SPEYER & CO.,
Corner .ft!n ami Elliot ,Streel.
Ilratttcboro, April SOtli, 1S0J.
7 It O S T &
OOOO I HUE,
(At ihc Old Stand,)
Grateful for the patronage whlclilliey lure lia-I In years past
will cnilc.ttor to merit a contitiu-tnce of the inme, nml will
continue to keep the LA 11(1 EST, FltKSHIST anil CUCAP-
kst sroci: or
TO BE FOUND IN TIIK COUNTRY.
K7"Ve nre receiving dally
Sl'dAll?, MOLAfSK!, i. STIIUP3, nil khids
TKA3, COKKKK3, SPICIS, FKUIT3 and NUTS)
OIL, rLUII), ltl03KSB, l'I3II, SOAPS, O.'.NDLKS)
SF'ctx'Tn 1 Tt g Tools,
COItDAQB, T JB 4CC0 , CI0AI13
STONK WARK, WO0DK.N VAltK
Vegetables, &c, &c.
Orderi for anything usually kept In a first clas Oroccry
store, nt . holesale or retail, promptly attended to and goods
rjKAS, COFFEES, SPICES, &c.
25 CUDST3 NDW GUKEN and 11LACK TKAS,
rUUCailOCNDCOFFKIS i Whole Ao.
SIUCE3, nil kinds, pure fresh ground, for our tradej
Fancy Groceries of every description,
At FIIOST t QOODIIUK'3.
rjionACCO, SXUFF AM) CIG.VKS.l
STASDAUD r.UANDS PLUO TOMACCOl
ASUEllSON'S SOLACE and SUNNY SIDE)
LOnitlLLAltD'S, MACCAU0Y, &.9C0TCII SNUFF3
CIO A US of nil grades and prices,
ntwhotesale and retail, hy
FK03T k OOODHUi:.
ltllATTMlIlOIK) FI.OL'Il STORE.
We are novr to receiving our stock of KXTKA and COJI
MON UltANDS of KlJUIt direct from .Mills and vrlll supply
Ihe trade as usutl. FI'.OST k (100MIUE.
,50 torn Ground I'll s tor J
1 O loua Itholes1 Sup.-r l'hosphate of Llmej
lO Ioiipi Coe'g i?uper I'hoaphvte of Umej
10 laii Mapes' Super Phosphate of Llmej
Alio, OUANO for sale by YR)it k QyODHUK.
ALT! SALT!! SALT!!
3000 lliiilirLTiirlix Ulmiil Suit;
lOO IIiik. snIuois I'lm-Siill!
lOO llim Worlliliimon'. rinr Snlll
aoo iinic. rinoSniii
2IIOO llnuaUrouiiil K.u li Snli;
AT WHOLESALE ANU IIETAIL,
Q.IUXI)STONKS ! GRINDSTONES !
rmjT&rmDIIUKhavcJast rcsclvol several tons of the
Celehrated IIEIIEA aittNDSTONES.nll sizes, for sale low.
May 1st, 1802.
ATIKEH'S WIIEKIj HOUSE HAKE.
IlnaariKLD. Mass.. April 12. 1802.
As the havinir season Is airaln nt ban I. the question comes
upas lo me comp.ir.invo uesiraoieness oi mo various pal.
terns of the Wh'iel Horse Itake. II tvlnit bad larire opiinrtu-
nlty tit observation and experience In regard to ull the kinds
m ide and used In New England, lam prepared to say that
the Wire Tooth Wheel Horse Hake, made by Warren Parker,
K ist Putney, Windham Co , Yt., very far excels all others
when price, efficiency, ease of oieratlon, durability, extreme
simplicity, light weight, etso or putting together, and small
storage are considered there b.-Ing no other Itake so well
adapted to ail grounus.antl mat works so steauyi jne usual
wriggling motion In others lielng prevented by the mode In
which it is drawn. No labor is require 1 lo Its operation more
than simply to change the weight of the operator from one
foot lo the other, as he collects and leaves the ha In rows.
It has this advantage over others, that the teeth can be borne
down tightly or h inter Is required as those that are guaged
bear down equally hard, v. hetlier necessary or not. There Is
no 22 dollar or 35 doll ir rake that will perform more work
than this, and they will not rake fine hay as clean. This Is
sold for a llttte more than two.flfths of the latter. Twenty
dollars saved and a belter rake obtained, Is an item not to be
purned In this lime of war and war taxes.
JOsIAII A. ALLEN.
April SO, 1802. SwlS
O T T O N
1' I E S ! !
AT A DISCOUNT!!!
CAPEN, Printer, lligh-St.
T AWRKNCH AVATKlt CUItK,
llll ATTI.KIIOUO, VT.
F.MIL Al'FELUAUM, StriininttaDMT.
OEO. P. IVKJelKLlKlilT, M. D., 1'ilvsicun,
This Establishment, offering In Its Interior arrangements
more comfort and better bathing facilities thin any other of
Its kind, Il now open for the mceptlon of patients and board
ers. Tickets for b ithlng only, can be had at tlie office In the Es
llrattleboro, May 1st, Wi tflS
TMl'OllTAX'r TO TIIK AFFLICTKI).-
J)n. DOW continues lo lw consul
DOW contlmifHi tn Im ntiRtiltM At hlnrtmn. Kai 1 j
0 Kndlcott Htreet, Iloston, on all dlsenees of a
nilVATR Oil DKLtOATK NATUIIE.
Dy lonff coursu of stud nnd prnctle.il experience of un
limited extent, Dr D. hni n-irf the jrrallncAtlon of trewntlnit
lh unfortunate with rrmsdlvs tlmt htiya nerer, since he first
Introduced them f ilM to cure the nmt Alarming casus of
(lONOliniltDA AND SVl'lllMS.
fien"iilh liU treatment, nil the horror of venereal nnd Inr
pure btoo.1, Impiti'ncXt ScrofnU, (binorrlnTi, Ulcrrs, pnln
nnd distress In the regions of procrcnttw. inflammitlun of
thi P.hdlT nd ICtdnjs lljiirooel, Abces' Humors.
frkhtful 8llln. Ami ttto fnii train of horrible itmi.ir.rni
Attenillnfr this eUst of -Hamfe, nre m via to Income nt barm
ten as ma simplest numgs of n eniii.
Dr. P. devolve n (rrefit part of ht Iro" tn the trenlm-nt of
inoe cn-e cpiubwi hj n secret ihm somary iiat)ii(whicii ruins
Ihc Ixxly nnd tnlnd, wirdtdiff Iho unrurtuimteliyllvldu.il for
lnifllnnss or society. Rome of tlio pad nnd melancholy effects
produced by curly habits of youth, nre Weakness of tlie
Hack and llmbi, Dirtiness of the head, Dimness of tight,
l,at!lfltlti of Ibe heart, Dysesl.i, Ncrvoumrss, Derange
ment of the dlfrcrtire fiflictloris, Symptoms of ConmitI'nt
he. The fearful cIK-cls on the mind nre much to lo diradedt
loss of memory, tvinfulon of Idc is, ilcprsilon ( f spirits, evil
foreltoillnfff), Aersloii of society, i''irdlAtrut, tlmlllty. Ac.,
Are anion the evll jirudurol. Such lemons should, Iwloru
conletnpliitlnjr matrimony, connilt a physician of experience,
nnd lo nt once restored to health nnd lmpln?j.
I 'at tent irh wlih ti rvmaln under Dr. Dowa treatment a
fff ilays or wee', irill Iw furnlslml with pleasant rooms, and
charges for I nurd modemte.
April 18C2. Iyl5
CAUTION TO FKMALKS IX DKUCATH
UKALTfl. DU. DOW, NnsIcUn nnd t?ur?eon. No. 7
Kndlcott Street, noston. Is Cumulicd itilly fir nil dlsniscs In
cident to the femate system. I'rolapfus t'trrl, or filling nf
the Womb, Kluor Albui. Suppression, and other metilrual
derangements, nre nil trenlrd upon new patholopcnl princi
ples, and sppedy relief (rinranteed In n fewr ihiys. Ho In
variably ecru I n Is the nevr mode of treatment, that tuot ob
stinate complants yield under It, and tho afflicted p-ricm
soon rejoices In perfect health.
Dr. Dow has no iluubt Ii.kI prenter cxptrlenee In the euro
of diseases of women and chil Irun, tb.tn nny other physician
Ito-trdlng accommodations for patents who may wish to
sbiy In Huston n fiw days under his tmitmnt
Dr. Dow, since 1845, hiving confined his whole attention to
an office pnctlce, for the cure of I'rlvnte Diseases nnd IV.
male Complaints, aeknowledes no superior In the United
N. II. All letters must contain one dollar, or they wilt not
Uflice hours from S a. u. to 0 r. m.
riHUTAIX CUUH IX ALL CASKS, OH XO
J NO. CIMRO)'..MAIK. Dr. Drr Is' con-mltM dally,
fr.tm 8 A.M. to 8 p.M as above, upm nil dlfllcult nnd chronic
diseases of every name an 1 nature, having by his unwuurhnl
attention nnd extiaordlnary succex Ralnud a reputation
which c tils patients from all pirtsof tho country to obtain
Among the phydclan In Boston, nonn stand hljrhcr In the
profession thin tha c;ljbr.itel I) 11. DOW, No. 7 Kndlcott
struit, llotbn. Thoiu who iu-e I ths twrvtess of na experlenoed
Ihyslclan nnd surgeon ah nit 1 glvj him a call.
April, 1362. Iyl5
Xjlst of Colo ns
FAMILY J Y IS OOLOltS.
F.ir dyeing Silk, Woolbv unil JIufd Ooon-t, Sniwiji,
VJniiro, inM.-M, !.. hum r,-, 1113, rfclllf
ins. Kid ulovk-1, Ciiildhiinm Ciotimsg, nnd ntl kinds of
Oj t ArPA ACL, WIU1 pLTHCl UiC COIOrS,
A Snv ins ( 80 l"1 crut
Thsa Dres are mixed In the form of powders, concentrat
ed, are thoroughly tested, an I put up In neat packers. For
twenty-dve cents you cm color .u many comls as would otb-
wl cost Ave times that sum. Tha process Is simple. And
any one can use the Dyes with perfect success. Directions
Inside of eacn packatre.
M inuiac tared by JIOWJ; k STKVl.NS, 239 Broidway,
Whot-saleAirentsIn llostin, Wnr.KS k IMTTKIt. GHO.
C. GOODWIN k CO., CIIA3. V. POOR k CO.
O" or sale by Druggists generally la every city ana townn.
POWER'S HOTEL ,
U7 xxr d lO 3Px-1jl Row,
OtyOiife ihe. Aster Jfoute awl Itrk t jVcw Vork
Trice or Hoard $t,50 nn Pat.
Thla lonicataWisTietlanl pinnUr Hom has recently been
rebuilt imJ j; re.it ly t-nlareil by tli-) allillon nf over 10J
Uoom,anl njw na acominDUtlwt lorovtratw p?ri)ii9.
Itliaa alij baeti tlnrUjtity rtinivatei ami fljfuraUhjd, uol
HEATED 1IY STK.VM
LU1IITKD WITH (IAS TIIUOUailOUT.
Tlilj Hotel ha one of tho Iwst locations In Ihe City. Is easy
w acciiJ from all trie suNurmnts atw uuiroais leaning u
the Lity. an t is cunrenient to all tus utty cjureyances. il
lias novr all the requisites of a
FIRST CLAS3 HOTKL,
enmring the comfort of Us Inmates.
OTThe Uritroiuiro of tha travelling public Is respectfully
Tenjf i $1,50 per Day.
3ml5 II. L. POWERS, Proprietor,
The Great Cause of
Jisf Published An a Sealed En
lelopt. Price Six Ctnlt:
A LECTL'IIE F1Y D. CULYEIIWELL, ON THE CAUSE
AND CUKE of Spermatorrhoea, Consumption, .Mental and
Plivslenl llebllliv. Nervousness. Eldlepsyi Impaired Nutrl.
Hon of tbellslyt Lissltude) Weakness ol the Limbs and the
llackl Indisposition, and Incapacity for Sludy nnd Labori
Dullness of Apprehension! Is of Memory) Aversion to
Society! Lo-e of Solitude! Timidity! SelM)lstrat Dllilnessi
Headache) Affections of the Eyes) rimples on the Face In.
voluntary r.nilsstonsj nnu pexu.ii locapaeuyi vn vmc
nueiice of Youthful Indiscretion, tic, &c.
Tim admirable I?cture clearly proves that the above
enumerated, often Bcir-ufWctcd evils, may lie removed with
out medicine nnd without dangerous surgical operations, and
should be read by every ymth ami every man m me lanu.
Hnt no ler s.'.il. tn nnv address. In n ulaln seale I. envel Hie,
on tlie receiptor six cents, or two postage slamps, by ad
dressing CHAS. J. 13. KLINE A: CO,
127 tSoirery,Nnc York, Post Office Bor,45S6.
CARPETS AT LOW PIUCES.
Tlirnirrnil oTlrntUi innhrnr In runt lo ihnl
IIoiihu lilrli BflU nl Ihe IomI price.
I7H0M TIIK GRKAT AUCTION SALE OF
English Cnrts In New York, on the 8th Inst., we are
now receiving English Tapestries, Velvets and Brussels,
which v. e shall sell for less ttitm Importers1 prices.
Also, an Invoice of very choice ami elegant Tapestries, Im
ported especially for the Broadway City Sales.
Also, an Invoice of the new productions of Higglns cele
brated American manufacture of Tapestries and Velvets.
Also, an Invoice of State Mills Tapestries, subject to manu
facturer!' slight linierfectlons in weaving, at low pi Ices.
Also an Invoice ot Canton Slatting, assorted widths, at low
Also, an Invoice or Floor Oil Cloths, comprising the entire
stock oa hand of a celebrated manufacturer at factory prices.
Systems strictly adhered to
We buy all our goods for cash down.
We make all salei for cash down.
Ye make no variations from our prices.
New Enuland C.uti'KT Co., 73 Hasoveh Sr.
A It M FOR SALE CHEAP,
It brlim tlip Ilnrncy I'liriii. nocnllc.l, III Giiil
iorit,nml lyiiijc utiniii nro uillra from
(tics tiisat Vlllnxe,
nd attaining abiut Threo llundreil and Seventy-tlve acres
or land, and could In divided so al tJ make three or four
farms It ills more thin oui man wanti. There 11 a large
amount ol wood an 1 Umber and good fruit on laid Tarm.
For rurther information Inquire of .,,
Qullford, April 15, 1802 tf 16
E It T I I. I 7. K It S
FltOST cV OllflDIIDR
in loiUTi roa Tin sui or
Maiiei' Super Phosphate of I.lme)
floe's tuier Phosphate of l.lme
M Manufacturing Co.'s Poudrette)
flrounil Plaster! Uuanol
And will supiily lu any quautlty.
3larcn lo, isoj. si
I. L E It ' S
V AGO N S
rmns irlihtnj la procure Duijy WajoimwIII 0d4
hnndsotoe ussortmtnt of ASA MILLER'S mVe, at the old
itaol on Elliot street. I'rlcei In accoriauco with tho limes,
llrattleboro. May 1st, 1802. 6wl
r oAimiKn. a pkw single oentj.e.
11 mcD, or gentlemen nn.l their wives, can Hu.l plewaol
romnsanu iMaru ai ira. uuadi-.p n
May , 18(Ji. 4w20
it rATiirssi'S. liKSTHAIIt.IIUSKANl)
IM Uitloii Matressei. Also, Hair an Feather IMIowi,
Mo.. Holsters, Co..u-orters, kc.t lot YiVlhkhm
Nor. 12, l&fll. M
m is ji i u A N OUANO
The underslpned hut now In store, and ofTert for
Above article to deal, rs and fcrmersln nny desired .JI. Aitr
The term "American (Juano,' Is the tittior tradmarl &
which h d-slnnatwl tlie fi rtlllxer that the Company Is imiwrt.
ln Trom Its Islands. These I Jinn. Is ore situated In the I'aclflo
tKwnn, near tho line or the Kquator, Ihey were formally
laken possession of In the name or Ihe United fltatee Oovera
mcnt, ror account of the American Omno Company, bt the
J'an'ler of the United Mates ship Bt. Mary's, In the year
Ihe scientific testimony r 'specttnjf the vain of this Gun no
ns a rnnnerit fertiler, Is most fltterln(f, clear, and Heels-
vej and the favor which It has twt with at the hands of farm
irs nhosc opinions or lis morlts arv foundl uiwn carcrul ex.
perlinems, wl i commen.t It to All who desire to alVwhodestre
to o iiuin a reliable nn 1 economical manure,
.i VlL ft'rtl'u,,, IU'ertles of thliOumo ore rfiftlnly pho
' i ''j ammonia, and tl.cr.fow n.rn or other seed will
not be (njure.i )Jf comi, ln contact with If.
?W "uantTS ' l a Ka, f prI"a fttr
v i5va "ASRiriNi:.
a5?V5i ?,rr " Wlmrf, Ho.tnii,
Apr. 12. HC219WW American Company's Quanc;
HAM) TIMES COFFER
r 1 MM trying times nnd thohiRli price orcoflco
fof., :'n!w,t,'.',t s,",.,,,,,,lllut "n" I
i ,.L i f ' I,"'1 l''1 mmufacturerof the Hard Tlmei
Ins succeeded In In Invention of an article which meet, the
requirements of the times, anl which the Mass ichusetti
suite Assnycr, Dr. II lyjs, in-omunces free Trom ttiy delete,
rl nil substance. It Is sold at n very low price, aii l h, In
tact, about equal to pure c iff-e. '
Mi-rafactured by II. II. N EWIIAt.I,, Manufacturer
of Coir, Sploes an I Cream Tirtir, .10 South Murlirt
Slrret. If ilmi. TltV IT. Yon can get a pounJ of any
llrocer In Uratthboro.
Crrllnrnlr r Dr. Ilnrr.
"HinD Timm Cnrrr.K." This tuhslllute for the more ct
pensive kin Is nf colTvlus bjen nnalyied chemically and ml
rros.ioplcally, an 1 rmud to lie free fiom any deleterious sub
stance. It alsj corresiionds In composition with the msou.
facturer'j statement. Ilscrtrully,
A. A. HAYES, M. 1) , State Assayer.
10 Doyl'ton Street, I In ton, 1'eb. 2S. 180J. 0ml3
xt oi.n FitiEVos xa
In tlio XT-lglxt Plaod.
HEURICK'S SUGAIt COATED PILLS
The II EST FAMILY CATIIAU
TIC In the world, used twenty
years by flvo millions of per
sons annually always give lit.'
Isfartlon) contain nothing Inju.
rlous; eitronlred by the princi
pal physicians nnd surgeons In
the Union l elegantly coaled
Irgu Itoxei 25 centst ftvtf
lloxes for One Dollar. Full di
rections with each box.
Warranted laperlcr lo any
Mil licfore the public.
TiLLJiiti4KF, Lkos Co, Florida, July 17,1560.
To Pn. IleitHRK.Al'i.inyN, Y. My dear Doctor: I write
this to Inform you of the wonderful effect or your SujarCout
ml IMM on my elder rf imhter. Forthrije yea-sshe h ibten
nlf-ctPil with it hlllhui derangement of the system, sadly tin
iilrln her liealih, which has b en steadily falling during
lhat iK'rlxI. Wlr-n In New Vork In April 1 ist, a friend ad
Viatel me 1 1 t"st you nri LMIi. ILivlngth ifulleit confidence
In the JuUmfnt of my frljn I, t obt, lined a supply of Messrs.
tl.irnts k I'ark, Druiits, l'ark Ho.r, New Vork, On re
turning li'im1, wli CJ;iiud all other treatment, and ad minis
Ured yjur lilli, one each nlhl. The Improvement In her
IcdlnjtP, cvnpleqlon, digestion, etc., nurprlscl us all. A
rapid Rnl prm ment restoration to liiallh, has been the re
!ult We mad les-i than lire boxes, and consider her entire
ly well. I conld''r thu above a just tribute to you as a phy
sician, and trmt It will he the ineins of Inducing many to
udopf your IMIs ns their family medicines.
I rem iln, dear sir, with many thank,
Your obedient i errant,
S. G. Moriusox.
IlerrleU ICliI Slrrntltrnltiff IMnntrrH cure
In lire iMurs, pilm anl wealtntsu of the breast, side and
ick, anil ltheum itlc Oomp'alnts In an equally shurt period
of time. Spread on beautiful white Iamb skin, their use sub
jiM'tf (hi wearer t) no Inconvenience and each one will wear
Irom one week to three months. Price 11 c;nts.
lKTrIckstfu?irCoitel Tills and Kid Plasters are sold by
Itrurlstsand MerchanU In all pirtsof the UrrfKd SUtes,
lUuadas nnd Sorth America, and may be obtained by calling
lor them ly th Ir full name. DR. L. it, IIKl'.KTCK & Co.,
lylsCfJ Albany, N. Y.
Till: GKE VT INDIAN EJKniEDV
FOR FEMALES. .
Dr. Mattison's Indian Emmenagogue.
This celebrated Female Medicine, possess
Ins virtues unknown of anything else if the
kind, nnd proving effectual after all others
hare failed, Is designed fur both married
andsingte ladies, and Is the lery best thing
known fjr the purpose, as ft will bring on
the mon'hty sickness In cases of obstruc
tion, after ull other remedies of the kind
have I'en tried In vain.
OVKll 2000 DOTn.ES hare now been
Hold without a single faitute when takiu
W3 as directed, ami without the least Injury to
' 1 any C(Me. ID U Is put up In boU
ties of three different strengths, with full dl-
r3' itl:9rc'n'ctIons 1(r usm"t an' Be,lt hy press,
-jKjcotffy sfaetf, to all parts or the country.
i CT- t'ltlCl, Full Strecglh, $10j Half
tMron-zth, $5; Quirier Strength, $1 er bottle.
UhMKMHKH This medicine is dtijned expressly for
iiEfciisiTE CAit-iy ukicfi ct other remedies of the kind
have failed to cure also lhat it is warranted as represent
ed is kveht rb-pbt, or the prire will be refunded.
33- HKWAH OF IMITATION'S ! None genuine and war
ranted unlesit purcha.'.'d directly ot Dr. M. at his REME
DIAL INSTITUTE for SPECIAL DISEASES, No. 28 Union
street. Providence, It. I.
ETThls specialty embraces all diseases of a Private na
ture bothrr MEN and WOMEN, by a regularly educated-
physician of twenty years' prietice, giving his xchole attest'
Hon to th"m, xyCimultatlons, by letter or otherwise are
strictly confl lenlial, nnd Meillclnes will be sent by Express,
ucure from observation to all parts of the United States.
Also, accommodations for Ladles from abroad, wishing for a
secure unl quiet It ET It EAT, and gooxl care, until rectored
CUTI0N. It has b.en estimated, tint orer Tico Hun
dred Thousand Dollars arcpild to swlnltinx quick i an
nually. In New Engl in 1 nloir, without anybniefit to those
who pay It. All this eouifs from trusting, uitkout inquiry
lo men who am atike destitute or houor, character, and
skill, and whoie only recomm '.'miction U their own false and
extravagant awrtions. In praise of themselves. If, there
lore, you would avoid bring humbugged, take no man
word, mo m Uter what Ms pretensions are, but MAKE IN
QUIRY: It will cjst you nothing, aud may save you many
regret n for, as advertising physicians, In nine cases out ot
ten are bogus, there li no safety In trusting any ofthemtua
lens you know tcho and what they are.
l7Dr. M. will send free , by enclosing one stamp as above,
a Pamphlet on DISEASES OF WOMEN, and on Prhate Dis
eases generally, giving full information, with the most un
doubted references and testimonials, without which, no
ndvertNlug physician, or medicine of the kind Is deserving
nf ANY CONFIDENCE WHATEVER,
XT Orders by mall promptly attended to. Write your ad
dress plainly nnd direct to Da. II. N. MATriSON,as above.
yMEMCAX AND FOREIGN PATENTS.
It. II. EDDY, Solicitor of Piitcnts, late Agent of U, 8. Ta
lent Office, Washington, (under the Act of 1337.)
TirtTst sSrassr, Opp.hitb Kilbt Street, B03TON.
After an extensive practice of upwards of twenty years,
continues to secure Pateuts In the United States) also lo
(Ireat Urltaln. France anl other foreign countries. Caveats,
Specifications, Bonds, Assignments, an 1 all 1'apers or Draw
ings for Patents, executed on liberal terms, and with dispatch.
Researches made Into Atneilcan or Foreign works, to deter
mine thi validity or utility of Patents or Inventions and
L'galor other advice rendered In all matters touching the
same. Copies of the claims of any Patent furnished by re
mitting One Dollar. Assignments recorded at Washington.
The Agency Is not only the largest In New England, but
throvh It Inrentor have advantages tor securing Patents
of ascertaining the patentability of Inventions unsurpassed,
by, If not Immeasurably superior to, any which can be offered
them elsewhere. The Testimonials below given prove that
none Is MORE SUCCESSFUL AT THE PATENT OFFICE
than the subscriber and as SUCCESS IS TIIK DEST PROOF
OF ADVANTAGES AND ABILITY, he would add that he
has abundant reason to tw'lere, and can prove, that at no
other office of the kind are the charges Tor professional ser
vices so moderate. The immense practice of the subscriber
during twenty years past, has enabled him to accumulate a
vast collection of specifications and official decisions relatlre
These, besides hi extensive library of legal and mechani
cal works, and full accounts of patents granted In the United
States and Europe, Tender him able, beyond qustlon to
offer superior facilities for obtaining Patents.
All necessity of a journey to Washington, to procure a pa
te it, and the usual great delay there, are here saved In
"I regard Sir. FaUy as one of the moif capable and sue
eessfut practitioners with whom I have had official Inter
course." CHARLES M ASON,
Commissioner of Patents.
"I have no. hesllatlon In assuring Inventors that they can
not employ a person more competent and trushwtk 4
more capable of putting their applications ' fo'm J
cure for them an early and faw"J.to ' ";f0 th
l-wtent nfliM?." EDMUND HLHKK,
1 atent umee. Commsslouer of Patenter
Mr R. IL Eddy lias made for me T1UREKKN applica
tions, ou all but oi of which patents have been granted,
and that Is now pending. Such unmlstakeable proof of
jzwit talent and ability on his part leads me to recommend
alt Inventors to apply to him to procure their patents, as
they may be sure or having the tut faithful attention be
flowed on their cases, and at very reasonable charges."
During eight months the subscriber, in course of Ms large
practice, aode ou fu-ic rejected applications SIXTEEN
AIH'EALS, EVERY ONE of which- was decided In Aisawr,
by tho Commissioner of Patents.
K. II. EDDY,
Boston, Deo, 3, 1881, ly&O
V A L
K A M E S
.lust received a very larw assortment of GILT 4 FANOT'
OVAL NUMBS which srlU t wld cheap.
DW1NELL h UI.I8S.'
llraltlelK.ro, April 3, Wl.
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