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THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
-The Illllndalo College, at Ulllsdolo,
Mlcb., was destroyed by flro last week.
The east hall was saved, wllli tlio furni
ture, libraries, lnuiilcal Instrument, etc.
host $7S,000 j lnsuranco $50,000.
Tho woman sufTrago movonienlappcars
to be making moro rapid progress out on
(bo prairies than among tho Now England
toeks and hills, Just now. Tbo Iowa Seu
nto by a voto that lacked but ono of being
unanimous, lias adopted tho llouso Joint
resolution Tor a constitutional amendment
giving women tho right to vote.
Possibly Tweed may yet cscapo from
tbo humiliation of Blackwoll's island to
the comparative luxury of Ludlow street.
1IU lawers argued boforo Judgo llrady,
Friday, that ho was committed to tho pen
itentiary ou a moro privalo direction of
Judgo Davis to tho clork, tho words used
In tho sentence, as addressed to tho prison
er, being "county Jail." This was not do
llied by tho representatives of the atlorncy
geucral. ltev. Mr. Iioyson, bolter known n
Faro llyactutbc, recently visited Homo with
his wifu and child, a visit that would liavo
resulted fatally were times In Home as they
wcro a decado ago.
A dispatch from Sir Garnet Woolsey
coiitlrms previous somewhat doubtful re
ports of tho Ashantco expedition. Tho
hostile savages have beon sovorcly punished
and their capital, Coomassle, destroyed by
A ftv days ago a New Orleans liorso
railroad company sunk 47,000 bogus llvo
ccnt nickel coins In tho Mississippi river,
tho iccolpts o( one year. Tho counterfell
Ingof theso coins U carried on so exten
sively hi Now Orleans that the Plcayuno
estimates that 1000 pooplo dally pay their
fares on tho horso railroad with bogus coin I
Nat Nelson, u colored Justice In King
Ucoige county, Virginia, senlonccda negro,
who had been convicted before him of tho
crime of larceny, to iccolvo thlrty-nlno
stripes, and tho punishment was Inflicted
by another negro.
Twenty New Yorkers liavo slgnlllod
their Intention of aiding In the foundation
of a Mutual Cremation Society, and say
that they mean to push tho movement
with all their power. It will bo somo time
bcfoio the burning of tbo dead will bo tbo
nile, or ovon be allowed in this country,
but the careful discussion of its expedien
cy can do no harm.
The receipts from customs thus far for
the present mouth nro not below a Uko pe
ilod of March of last year. It Is the opin
ion of Treasury oflicials that tho customs
liavo lecovcred from tho effects of tho fall
panic, lint, owing to tho non-action of Con
gress and Hie consequent uneasiness among
merchants, the receipts aro below what they
would bo otherwise.
Tho negro exodus from Alabama and.
Georgia westward continues, and tho Mont
gomery Advertiser says 13,000 tickets for
colored omigrants liavo beon taken lip on
roads leading south and west from that
Tho Indications aro that thore will bo
lively music on Spanish soil within a few
days. Cable dispatches ttate that Marshal
Serrano, with an army of 31,000 men and
110 pieces ot artillery, Is now faco to face
near lillboa, with a .Curitst force of 3o,000,
v.lillo Gen. Lama, with a column of SOOO
strong, is moving on tho enemy's rear.
A sad caso of being buried allvo has
been discovered at Cuapmanvtllc, Pa. Mrs.
Anthony Coggswcll, who gave every ap
pearance of having died, two weeks ago,
was burled. Her husband, being absent at
tho time, on his return had the body ex
humed, and found that 11 bad turned over
in tho collln, while Ihero were other evi
dences, showing that she had been burled
whllo In a trance. Ho hassluco been a rav
It Is estimated that about eight million
pounds of artificial butter have been con-
sumed in this country since last June.
Oleomargarine Is tho technical name given
to It. Thcioarotwo oleouiargarlno facto
ries in New York, which produce ilily
HosriTAUTY ItECKlVKD. Three strang
ers, ono of whoni was a female, called the
other night at tho hotiso of Mr. 12. U. Rus
sell, I.ynnflold. Though neither of them
could sneak a word of Kuclish. thev seem
ed to glvo Mr. Russell' lamlly to under
land that thev intended to nuarter on
them. They weio nakod and destitute. of
cvcryming, none oi mem navinj; cum.
Mrs. R. piovided them with food and cloth
ing, a id Intends to tako care of them at
nrcent till thev can do better. The aggro-
cato wnleht of tho three was twentv-ono
and a half pounds. Xetcburtport Man.)
The new postage law brings a considers'
ble rovenue from tho Now York advertise
lng agencies. Cleo. P. Itowell it Co's quai
lerlv 1 ill 1 h nnon nowsnaners received ox.
ceed$130j thoso ors. M. Pcttenglll & Co.,
Jin nlinrn MSO. whlla tbo aconcies of V. J.
Ctrlton. Rates & Locke. V. W. Sharro
and others most prominent, pay from onc-
fonrlli to one-elglitli ol tlio auovo amounts.
Review of the Markets.
NEW YORE. Mar. 16. Flour quiet; Stale iSOM
CHOI round boop Oblo t 80$7 65; Western t M
ire 7 It- Rnnlheni f 6 40 111 00. Wheat dull!
-N'u. a Milwaukee HM81 Si; winter red Western
51 5&$$1 53; No 2 Chicago SI CO; Corn lower: new
mfiri WpaUern BietaBT! Oats, mixed western. 61(4
fll'I white Weittern63c64c; Weef, pUln mesa 110 60
91l; extra 112 6CM13; pork, new Mess $16 CO. Lard
weak ; Uutter. Ohio VUAile ; SUte S8S0c
CHICAGO, Mar. IT. Flour quiet; Rood to choice
crtra spring bOQS 74; MlnneaoU S3 756 75. Wheat
ailna No. 1 hnrlnc 123: No. 3 do 1 IS: No. 3 1 19:
Corn lower; sales of No. 3 mixed at 61 cents cash;
Oata steady; sales of No 3 at lie; Rye Ann; at lei
So 3 at eoo ; war ley auu ; no z ipnun i w-,nu4i v.
?Tew York Slock and Moaer MurLet.
New YorV. Mar. 17. Money eaij at 35 per cent.
Gold 111 78(3 U3 uovernmeni Lonasomi.
The foUowin are the closing quotations;
iut.,1 at., fTonnoH 120
1,'tilt.,! KtatceS-'iOs. 1862. " ..117 1-8
' 1861, 119
h ti it now" 118 3-4
ii 1867, M 119 6-8
it ii J8f.8, " 119
U.S.S's.New, H 1"
ITnllB.l tllitaa til. J 114
WATEUTOIYX U.MON LIVE STOCK JIAUkkT.
Wateiitown. Mar. 17. 1874.
I'riCfS Murket Uecf. A few choice 19 60(10 00:
KitrvSSQf0oa: first nuality S7 6Q(S8'i5; Second
quality, $0 00(rf$7 50; third quality, 5 OOati 60.
Mores-Working Oien-SlO0(3160, 20O525O J)pIr.
wiicht;owsauiuaivea laaioo, e.r.
Iri,liu fAWlt lll.2l(l
Ycarllngs-SlO 00 to 18. Two j ears old 20 to $28
l Dree years old 5JH.IO o.
SwlQc Stores, wbaleaalo 1&&s; retail 836 Ma,
1'rl..... UWn r,A I.imhl 1 11 lut B. 1 3 60. f 4 00.
U0yi$5 0G each; Extra. 5 607 60 per head, or
from K 1-03t1 U l(s
...... . - .,-
rait. ,1 SOitl 53 eachj Uall naius v"
Ilrattlelxiro I'rlcr. Cnrrrnl.
0 00 a 0 001
70 a 751
bu jir, rsr, lb,
Hlt, T I, ba
Boiled Oil, Caj
Cotton Heed Meal 3 00
Feed, 10U l '
Bran, 1 70
1 0) a 1 60
10 a 10 M
flour, bbl wuusuuu
live LIcal. lb 3
Qrabam Flour, $
limn ii f lAiiaus. tu luaii
Uleaclied do 0 ?9
Uelainc. 17 a M
Prlnta 8 H
Carpets Ingrain 75 a 1 33
Three Ply I 60 a ICO
Tautatrr 1 37 a 165
50 a 1 10
CO a 1 60
a5a0Hay, ton 50 00 a SI 00
BO noou, ury, cu. uw.iw
1 80 do green 5 60 a 7 00
Afple s, bbl
3 31 8 00
SO a 55
Hides, beef, ft
Veal, lire weight,
Uspl. mjir, lab
do I eat.
00 a 00, Turkeys, dreaaed
13 a 18
The President's Investments. Tbo
President has Just bought a large lot In tho
nortliwostorn part of tho city for his future
residence. Ho pays $22,000 for 15,000 feet,
and tho hnuso Is to cost, with tho lot, near
$100,000. It Is understood that tho Presi
dent, when lio Is released from Ills official
duties, will dlvldo his tltno between hts
thrco residences on tho St. Louis farm, it
the sea shore nl Long Branch and in Wash
ington. Ho will retire from public Ufo In
vory comfortablo circumstances. Ho has
been, slnco ho entered tho army In 1801,
ono of thu luckiest of men, and in this re
spect his history Is curious and intcicsting.
Up to a certain dalo his llfo was unlucky
uniformly so. Everything that ho under
took proved n failure, till ho was actually n
poor man when ho otrcred his services to
tho country in the war of tho rebellion.
Slnco thou his courso lias been almost In
variably successful as a soldier, n politi
cian, and as a man of business. I am told
by thoso who know tho facts nod arc com
petent to Judge of such matters, that Gen.
Grant's Investments liavo nil been mado
with great wisdom, with tho solo exception
of tho small venture In tho "Seneca Stono
company," and oven that concern Is look
ing up of late. Ills Investments here, at
Long 1! ran eh, and especially near St. Lou
is, liavo turned out well. St. Louis people
say that his farm III that vicinity will alono
make him n largo foilune, so rapid is tho
lucrcaeo In Its value.
Angina Pectoris, Is a form of neural
gia affecting the heart. Its name is simply
descriptive of Us ono formidable manifes
tation a lerrlblo acuto pain In tho breast ;
but genoially It occurs In that particular
part of tho breast over tho heat I. It Is a
ytnptom rather limn a disease essentially;
often a symptom of dleaso in somo dis
tant organ, and In those "subject to It" It is
very apt to be excited by intellectual exer
tions. No doubt In Senator Sumner's caao
It was dependent on tho disease of tho
s.ine from which ho lias been sufVerlng for
Miss Pea body, one of tho women re
fected by the lloston school board, has tak
en her caso to tho supronio court, which
will glvo It a hearing on the scond Tues
day In April, when, It Is hoped, tho ques
tion whether women can servo on school
committees In Massachtisetls will be Anal
ly set at rest.
The Commlttco of Arrangements for tho celtbratlcn
of St. ratricVa Day offer their lie.rtfill thanks to all
persona who have helped to make it a succefa. 8 oc
tal thanks are given to Mr. Chas. O. Latrrcncc for bla
kindness In furnishing a hack for tie procession, and
to the ladies and gentlemen who had charge cf the
ojat;r supper. MARTIN AUSTIN,
Mr. EbiToa In the last Ifsue of the Pinxxik ap
peared a card, bearing date, Wardsboro, Yt, March
10. 1874, and alined "P.M.," in which Mr. 8. Rotinaon
was aaxed for an explanation upon certain questions
therein proposed. This sudden dttlrc for Information
on the part of the 1. M.f la evidently tho effect tf an
article algnod "W.t" and printed lu tbe PntiHix of
March Ct la which it was stated that, by nearly the
unanimous vote of all concerned, tho present man'
agemeut of onr tillage poet office had been decided to
be a public nuisance. Considering his haste to pre
sent his card to the public, and the influence under
which (possibly) he may hare Ik en laboring at tbe
time it was Indited, It will not, I think, seem surrits
lng to those who, having the honor of his acquaint'
ance, hare noticed his virtuous sobriety, and the lean
ing towards uprightneaa cf" bla daily walk, that the
words "management' and "nearly" should hare es
caped his memory. With the sa words Inserted where
they legitimately belong In his inquiries being duly
authorized by "W., I will, with pleasure, answer
tbem to tbe brat of my ability.
1st. "Why does ho call the msnsgeuint cf this
Post Office a public nuisance 7" Because lta patrons
have a right to expect, when they call at seasonable
hoars, to gain admittance and rccehe their mail;
whereas, It Is kept so continually lotktd that, not only
those living at a distance, but those residing In its Im
mediate vicinity, have many times been unable to
obtain their mall only after repeated efforts and much
dihgent, and often untucceiful, searching after our
rubicutd P.M. (Names given if di aired.)
3J. "Where was that nearly unanimous vote cast?"
In the field and workshop, on the streit, and In social
and public gatherings. And itill more explicitly, it
has within tho laat ten days been fait In the fotm of a
petition, caused to be procured by acme of the leading
citizens of this place, aud forwarded to the proper au
thoritka at Washington, praying for the removal of
the said P. M. I have been personally loformed by
Mr. Nelson 1J. Gale, who circulated the petition, that
out of elgbty-tbree cltixena to whom he applied, and
who receive their mall at this effice, he ottalnedthe
signatures of seventy-nine, while the olher four ex
pressed themselves in full accord with tbe object of
his mission, but for private reasona withht-ld their
names. Is it that nearly unanimous 7
3d. "Haa he ever called at this office for his mail?
I answer, yes. Though usually receiving my mall at
Dexter'a store in Unlonville between which and the
office a private mail Is carried jet, this being my P.O.
address, I have at various times within the last two
yeara called there to inquire for myself and others.
and have almost invariably found it locked, and the
ays and whereabouts of the redoubtable P. M. past
finding out. Hoping the explanation herein given
may Le suiucuui ana saiuiaciury, i auwcriue myhcu
Wardiboro, Vt., March 14, 1874.
Tbo Fr.nch Surgeona auDOuuco ttat Consumption
ta not IncuraUe. But thry don't core it. Tho onl
remedy that seems to effect this objict Is Ilal.'s Hone J
of Hon houuj and Tar.
rike'a Touthacho Drop, care In 1 mlautc
There s no pain which tho Cen
taur Liniments will not relieve, no
swelling they will not subdue, and
no lameneae which they will net
cure. This is strong lsngusge, but
It true. They hate produced
more cures of rheumstlsm, neural.
Prfl11 gls, loci-Jaw, pa'.ay, sprains, awill.
lngs, caked breasts, scalds, burns, salt-rheum, ear.
a:he, Ice, upon the human frame, and or strains,
spuli, estts, upon animals In one year tnan
hat. all o her prtteuded leraldlra since the world
began. They are counter-lrritsnt, all-healing ram
rellciers. Cripples throw awsy their crutches, me
tame walk, polaonous bites are rendered bannlcsa
and the wounded are healed without a scar. Tbe
recipe la published around each bottle. They sell
as no articles ever before sold, and they sell because
they do Just what they pretend to do. Thoaewho
now auffer from rheumatism, rain or eweiuug ue.
serve to suffer If ttiey wll not use Centaur Liniment,
white wrapper. More than loco certincaiea or re
markable cures. Including froioa limbs, chronlo
rbeumatUin, gout, running tumors, tc, have been
received. Wo will send tt circular containing cer.
llflcates. tbe recipe. 4c. gratis, to any one roquest.
tng it. One ottle of the yellcw wrapper L'entaar
Liniment is worth one hundred dollara for spavined
or avicenled horses and mules, or for screw-wonam
hern. RtncV-owners these liniments are worth
your attention.- No family ahould bo without them,
White wrapper for lamlly use;- jciiow wrapper
jor i.u. m u . cre,..t..
60 cenia per
boltlei large bottles, (100.
J. U. Rose Ji Co., S3
Broadsay, iw York.
CM.Iorla la more than a substitute for Castor
nil ill. hnnn vmrt intm in Aiitience wmcu is
.-ialn to assimilate the food, regulate the bowels.
cure wlnd-couo ana proauce uaiurai sicep. i wu
tslns neither minerals, morphine or alcbobol, and la
pleasant to take. Children need not try, and mothers
Tlilrly Ycnrs' Experience oi ou
U 1 11 iwaiaisa;.
inu nmii mt'osnnTHi SYItDP Is thecro'
i..inns ..nA..r thM hst Female Physicians and
in ... T.ni.-fi bi.i... and has been used for
thirty years with never falling safety and success by
millions of mothers and children, from the feeble In.
fantof one week old to tne auuii. uwiwi
of tne atomacn, reueve. widu cum-,
bowels, and gives rest, health and comfort to mother
!TVl1.. i1-v-h..Ji in h. th and Surest
It.medy In th. World In all cases of DYHENTfcllV
and I)UUltUtEAINOUlI.pllBH, whether It arises
from Teething or from any other canae. Full dlrec
lions for using will accompany each boltlj. Nonis
la on the outsldo wrapper. Sold by all Medicine
X lid Conff.alon. of nn Im iillil,
rubushed as s warning and for the benefit of Young
Men and olheri who aulTer fr .m NEnVOUB I1EML1
TT, LOSS OF MANHOOD, etc., supplying Me mrttfis
oar(.cure. Written by one who cured litmsdf after
undergoing considerable quscacry, and Bent free on
receiving a poet-paid directed envelope.
uunerers are loviieu in auorr iw ine antnor,
13-37 llol 1SJ, Brooklyn, N. V.
THE"8C1ENCE OF LIFE, OR 8ELF PItESERVA-
TION,"a MedlealTrcatlie on the Canee and Care of
Eihaueted Vitality, Prcmatnrc Decline In Man, Ner
rout and Physical Debility, Hypochondria, tmpotency,
Rpermatorrbcea or Seminal Weakness, and all other
dlieaeea arlilog from tbe errors of youth or the India
crrtlons or excesses of mature yeara. This Is Indeed a
book forerery man. Thousands bavebeen taught by
this work the true way to health and happiness. It Is
tbecbeapest and best medical work erer published, and
I nc only one on 101s class 01 in worm reauing, lvutn
edition, revised, much enlarged, lllustrsted, bound in
beautiful French cloth. Price only gl. Sent by mail,
post uld, on receipt of price. Address PEA110DY
MEDJAL INSTITUTE, No. Uulnnchetrect.Boston,
Mm., or Dr. W. H. PARKER, Assistant physician.
N. II. Tbe author may be consulted on the above aa
well as alldlscasos requiring skill and experience.
A Cumtnoii JForm of Imllfrr.tlon
Is oppression after eating, or a depressing dullness of
tbo spirits ; with flatulence, or a belching up of wind,
and almost always follows C0STIVENE8S. Dr. llsr
rlson'a Perlstaltlo Lozenges giro quick and permanent
relief. They are pleasant, portable, do not require In
crease of dose, never gripe, and for Constipation of the
bowels.rlles, llradsclie, Dizziness, Irregularities, and
other Female Weaknesses, they aro incomparable.
Trial box, 30 cents; large bex, GO cents; mailed free
for this last price.
nn. IIAUUIHOX'B ICELAND BALBA1I,
A splenald cure for Coughs, Hoarseness, and all
Throat and Lung Complaints. For sale by E. K. lian
msnN & Co., Proprietors, No. 1 Tremont Temple,
lloston and by all druggists. U9
If Vsoetihe will relieve pain, cleanse, purify and
turn Bitch diseases, restoring the patient to perfect
bttaltb after trying different physician, many remc
dlcfl, suffering for yesrs, Is It cot conclusive proof, if
you are a m Hirer, you can be curedT Why Is tills
medicine performing such prratcurrn? Itviorksln
the Mood, In tbe clrrutattnir fluid. It can truly t
called the (Irrat Btaod-VHtfitr, The great source of
disease originate In tbe blood; and no medicine that
does not act directly npon It, to purify and renovate,
has au Just clitm upon public attention. When the
Mood becomes hfeirs and ft a grunt, either from
change of weather or climate, want of eierdse, irregu
lar met, or irum any oioer cause, tne EOETllfE vriu
renew the blood, carry off tbe putrid humors, cleanse
tbe stomach. regulate tho ttowils, aud impart a tone of
vigor to the whole 1ody The conviction Is, In the
public mind as well as lu the medical profession, that
the remedies supplied by tbe Vegetable Kingdom are
more safe, more successful, In the cure of disease, than
mineral medicines. VfcactiKK Is oompoeed of roots,
barks and herbs. It Is pleasant to take, aud perfectly
safe to give an Infant. In Scrofula the Veoktinb has
performed wonderful cures, where many other reme
dies have filled, as w ill be seen by the follow lng unso
A Walking Miracle.
Mr. II. It. Steyekr:
Dear Hir Though a at ran err. I want to Inform you
what Yettrtino has iloiiei for tne.
Ijwt Christmas Kcrofnla made its spp-arance In my
system-large running ulcers appearing ou me as fol
lows: uueon earn smeoi my arms, one em my imgo,
which extended to tbe seat, one an my head, which eat
Into the akull loue, one on my lfft leg, which became
so bad that two physicians came to amputate the limb,
though ujon consultation concluded not to do so, as
my whole body was so full of Scrofula they dw med It
ftdtlaable to cut tho aorc. which & iuutf.il t-.rM4
description, ami there wan a quart of matter run from
this ot e sore. The physicians all gave me up to die,
and said they could du no more for me. Doth of my
legs were drawn up to my seat, and it was thought If I
did set up sksIu 1 would be a cripple for life.
hen in thia condition I saw Vxuctikk advertised,
and commenced Using it in March, aud followed on
witn it, uuui i naj usea io Domes, ana mi morning i
am going to plow corn, a well man. All my towusmen
ssy it is a miracle to see m round walking and work
ing. In conclusion I will add, when I waa enduring such
great suffering, from that dreadful disease, Hcrefula, I
nrayed to tbe Lord above to take me out of this world,
but as Ycobtink has rewtored to me the blcsalngs of
healtb, 1 desire more thau ever to lire, lhat I may be
of some servico to mr fellow man. and I know of no
Letter way to aid sunermg numanity, man to enclose
f ou this statement of my case, with an rarnewt hope
hat you will publish It, and It will afford me pleasure
to reply to any communication which 1 may receive
I am. Sir, very respectfully,
Arcry, Berrien County, Mich., July 10, 1672.
;aT-rilIK.I, Htop Unit 'miff h! Do not
neglect a common Cold even for a day It may end in
Consumption and death. HEY. II. DOWNS' ELIXIIl
has cured thousands, both old and young, and It will
cure you If taken freely and loaeaaon. Bold by all
Druggista and Merchants. Price, Sox 35 ceuta; 13ox
L0O pf r bottle. Forty years since, Elder Downs first
manufactured his Elixir in Northern Vermont, and its
remarkable curea at once brought it prominently before
the people of the United Htates and Canada. While tbe
sale baa rapidly increased every year, other tnedldnrs
have bctn triulr fur few ruontua or years, but tLelr
lack ef Intrinsic value has consigned Ihtm to cerojra-
Uve oblivion. In Justice to Downs Elixir, be It said,
that It U a duty the people owe to tbemteltes that the
continue to use the article that has always cured them
of their Coughs and Colds, rather than to take or try
every new medicine that Is puffed up and may be
worthless. N. II. Downs' EUxlr is warranted to give
entire salit faction, or tkt price will be rtfundtd.
Clertrnnen will find this an excellent remedy for the
Throat, Chest and Lungs. JTAak lor pamphlet
"Thniung Tale," rree at au arag auu country stores.
uenuy JUUMsun, rropneiors, uuruugioo, ti.
Why III Von
To all persons Buffering
from Itbeumatlam, Neu
ralgia, Cramps lu tbe
; llraba or stomach, Bilious
Colic. Pain In the tack.
1 bowels or aide, we would
i icEA and Family Lixi
hint is of all others the
remedr vou want for in
ternal and external use.
I It haa cured the above
I complaints in thousands
I or cases. Tnerc is no mis
take about It.
; TBY IT.
I Sold by all Druggiitf,
Children often look I'nlo mid
fromno oth r cause than having worms In tbestomach
BROWN S VinMIFL'Oi: COMFITS
will destroy Worms without Injury to tho child, being
perfectly WHITE, and free from all coloring or other
injurious ingreuieuis usually iiseu lu worm pri-psr.'
UUItTIS iz UKirwN, 1'roprieiors,
No. 315 Fulton Street, New York.
Sold iv Vruavi.ti and Cktmiil.. and dtaltrt in
Mtdictnta at Twkhtt-Fitk Cknts a Uux. lySl
Foster and Delia llilline. both cf llrattleboro.
In Drattlebnro, March 18, by Iter. N. MipLill. Henry
2, tut ana tua a. Marvel, ooiuoi t(vcreii, aiass.
In Futney, Much U, by S. W. Houghton, Esq.
David Tromblee and Laura llarnard. both of Putney.
in veruon. ten. 11. dt a. uavnourn. liq.. uxro u
noolittleandAlmal.CAldwcU. both of Vcst North-
In lieod.boro, March 6, by r.ev. S. Athcrton, Daniel
uarpenier snu jjitp. jaae iioaicy.
id i.orceBirr, marcu it, uj iii-y. i, u uiuncu, ii'
laru ii. young ana (.arrie ju jjioou.
In Ihta vilUptv March 1ft. Kfwall TJutItr. aired 73.
At Green River. March 13, Mrs. Mary Lvnde, aged
72 years, o montns.
in Jt'utnev. uarcn o. airs, uwen uurnnv. aaea au.
In Saxtou's Itlver. March 7. Olive M, Davis, wifa of
juuus a. uicnarason, agea iv.
in uempnts, Teno., jtu, iv, oi pneumonia, iv,
Timotny itoot, agea ii rormeriy oi urauieooro.
Omce wl'.h Dr, liolton, corner Main and Walnut Stf
Ii m itrauieDoro, ti.
SALEM LEAD COMPANY.
WirmntM ll lti: lVJIITi: LEAD.-Well
fccon throughout New Kngland aa the WHITEST,
VINisHT ana liEtir.
JLI AIt TAIB-8 inch wlJe, on reels for Cur
LEA Is llIllOX,from31-3 to 8 Inches lde,
on reels for Builders.
LEA 11 i"Ji"K,oi any site or euicsuru.
At lowest market prices for goods of equal quality.
12-2 Address BALEM LEAU CO., Balcm, Mats.
A GOOD FA11M FOIl SALK!
Wishing to go West. I now offer my Farm for
sale, on reasonable terms. Bald Farm Is situated 3
miles north of llrattleboro villi us; contains Just 83
acres, suitably divided; with comfortablo buildings
barn 01x23, with two sheds, one 60x11 and one 40x18
well supplied with never failing water. Bald farm is
In a high state of cultivation, and Just as good for to
1 acco, or any other crop, aa any of the river farms,
and will nut coat near aa much, A good young or
chard of all kinds of fall and winter fruit; good sugar
orchard, with good conveniences for making sugar,
and nearly wood and timber entugn (besides for farm
use) If hauled to market, to pay for the (arm, at pres
ent price, jror lunnrr panicuun, iutiu.ro ui ma mu
scrlter ou the Premises,
lirsttleboro, March 17, 1871.
r.. A. tUt LIi
Is the best in the market. You can always get it t resli
by the barrel, half barrel or pound at
3ml ', It. XOYMEft'M.
SPRING OF 1874.
0. J. PRATT
Has received his usual large and varied stock of For
eign ibu Domestic
Consisting of a great variety of
From tbo cheapest to the Anrst faille, embracing
II LACK AI.IMC.-C.tN, I'VItK MO
1IAII1N mill UIIICI.I.l!TI.Mi'J
Of a superior msko at popular prices.
EXUI.INII Y .tJIEIIICM 1VATEII-
lllrurhril V Ilronn (OTTOSS,
i:it'.iLi:s, taiili: m.i:xs
I0USE FlHtiMSHIXU GOODS
Of every description
At Bottom Prices.
ALfcO, 11IMENHF. STOCKS OF
IIRKPH TltlMMINOS, MEAL AND IMITATION
LACEH, IIOHIEltY, OLOVIJ1, ZEI'lIYIt WORS
TEDS, HOOP SKIRTS, COitSETB, THREAD,
STORK ARTICLES k SMALL WAIlKfl.
ALSO, hl'ECIAL CLOSINO-OUT SALE Of
Remnants, and Job Lots
Of dtslrable good In all departments, at a
Reduction of fully 25
tr The ItAROAINH here offered are worthy the
attention of every family lu tne county.
Early and Frequent
O. J. PRATT,
AO. 1 UIU.MTE III.OK.
Brattleboro, VL, March 20, 1874.
BELONGING TO THE ESTATE OF ALLEN
WELLH. LATE Or WETMtSrtll, VT., DC
CEASED, On THURSDAY, March 26, 1874
At the late residence of said deceived, In the
East Village of Westminster,
COUUENCINQ AT II) O'CLOCK A. M.
The Itel Estate 1 composed of the following parcels
or lots, to wit;
ist. a roimoN op tiii: jrcne alhfx faiim
(more recently known as the E. W. Lord farm)
con tit nine about 80 acres, wan extensile and con
venient buildings thereon, and In good repair.
This farm lies on the Connecticut Hirer. Is exceed
ingly fertile, and comprised In tbe same are some
zu .irre or mr asrat luuurro a.wuei
round In the Connecticut uller.
There Is also on this firm A Vuluulilff uittl
Thrtflv Lot of rl.iE TinilEIt,
2D. THE A M. ALU EE LOT (so called) containing
13 acres, mostly tillage, witn a small out valuable
lot ni rine Timber mereon. ims ict is conven
iently Incited, encfourth mile from the neitmin-
3D. THE IlHADLKY HILL (so culled) containing
aooui ti acres oi aro ana woou.
iTn. THE UNDERWOOD LOT (so called) contain-
lng about 34 aires oi pasture ana woca.
6TII. THE DUICK STORE, with Its sppurtcnincs,
situate 1Q the Kast Miiigeor nestminsicr.
6TH. TI1E FAR WELL AND SPENCER PIECES
(co called) containing about 8 acres, consisting cf
tillage ana wooa.
7TIL THE riKRCE TASTUUE (o called) situate In
Putney and Westminster, containing about CO
acre of pasture and wood.
8TIL A TOnTION OF THE GROUT FARM (so
called) containing about 123 acres, a larae portion
cf which is covered with a heavy growth of wood
and timber (estimated at 4000 or 6000 cords) easy
of access and lying contiguous to a good rosd, and
within about 3 mile of East Putney depot on tbe
VL valley it. it.
DTU. THE BROOKLINE PASTURE (formerly own
ed by Wm. Uraley) lying In lirookhno and West
minster, containing about 117 acres.
Tho PERSONAL PROPERTY comprise the follow
ing, to wit;
1 valuable Chea'nut Horse, 0 years old;
1 valuable Ray Horse, 0 years old;
1 Cow. 1 Ruggy, 1 two-horse wagon, 2 sleighs, a trav
erie sleds, 3 work hara eases, 3 pleasure harnesies, a
mowing machines, 1 bay tedder, straw cutter, cultiva
tor, barrow, plows, borse rske, grindstone, fanning
mU, boos, shovels, forks, chains, wheelbarrow, robes.
uunaeis, sc., sc.
The aboe property has somo
$20,000 APPRAISED VALUE,
and tho Pcraonal ProDertv la all of extra eiualitr. hav
ing been selected and purchased within tho past year.
Persons desirous of purchasing any of the above prop
erty are Invited to examine the same previous to the
day of sale, and any Information desired will bo cheer
luuy given oy me suoscnuer.
ttr TERMS LIBERAL, and made known at time
HENRY 0. LANE, Adm'r,
K. II. JUX.YIXClft, Auct'r.
Westminster, Vt., March 10, Wa. 1MJ
For SMITH h WESRON'S ItEVOLVEItS, 3. STE
VEN'S & CO.'S PISTOLS; also, Ammunition of all
CIIAIUiKS D. NOYKS
has roil sai.1!
IjAMI OIIIMNKYS & WICKS.
Also, Ntmir unl IVoorten tVurei of ull
OTATE 01' VKHMONT, Marlboro, SS,
KJ By the Probato Court for said District.
To all personslnlerested In the Kslate cf NATHAN
BHEIIMAN, latoof Newfate, decessed, Ortrttngx
Whereas, Oscar L. Sherman has presented to this
Court an Instrument purporting to be the last Will
of ssll deceased, for probate! You are hereby no
tilled that this Court will decide upon the probate of
said Inatrument at the session thereof to bo held at
the Probate Office In nratlleboro. In said District
on the last Saturday of March, A. D. 1871, ben and
where you may appear and contest the ssme, If you
aeo cause, it ASA KEYCS. Iteal.ler.
CTATK OF VKHMONT, Marlboro, SS
KJ fly the Probato Court for said District.
To all cersons Interested In tho I'.itat tt irtutt.
W. Habt, late of Brattlcboro, deceased, arectlngt
You are hereby notified that this Court wilt decide
upon tho allowance of the account of IL W.
CLAIIKE. Administrator unou suld Kutn t-A.
distribution thereof to the jursoDS entitled, at tbe
session thereof to be held at tho Probate office In llrat
tleboro, em tho last Saturday of March, A. D. 1874.
when and whero you may be heard In the premises,
if youseecaust. 11 ASA KEYES, Ileglster.
STATU OF VKHMONT, MAHLUOHO.
89. The Probate Court for said District.
To all beraott lntrroifofi In llir,l,tiir.r imvit t v
EAltI,E,latcof IlrattUboro, deceased, Greetlne;
Whcreis, WILLIAM B, NLWTON. Administrator
npon said Estate, has made application In wrltlnff
to this Court, setting forth that it will be beneficial t)
the heirs aod all persons lutereetcd In said Estate to
sell the whole of tho Heal Estate of said deceased, and
prajinu for license to sell the same accordingly, and
has filed In this Court the consent and approbation of
all the heirs of i&Id deceased, residing In this State, to
such sale; You are hereby notified that this Court
will decide upon said application at the session thereof
to be h Id at the Probate Office In llrattleboro, In said
District, on the lait Baturday of March, A. D.
1874, when and where you may tie he ard io the prem
; iaes, if you sea cauae. 11 AHA KLYEB, ltcclster.
STATE of VEIIMOXT, Matlboro,SS.
By the Probate Court for said District.
To all poraons interested lnthm r,f xiAiiflirir t.
N. CLARK, late of Brattleboro, In said district, de
You are herebr notified that this r.nnrt win t.
cide upon the allowance of tbe account of Wra. B.
wewion, Admiaisirator upon said estate, and decree
distribution thereof to the persons entitled, at the
session thereof to be held at the Probate OfUce in
Urattleboro, on the last Baturday of March, A. 1).
1874, when and where you may be heard In theprem
lees, if you see came.
ll AHA REYES, Beglattr.
STATE OF VKHMONT, MAHMiOKO.
BS. The Probate Court for said District,
To all persons interested In the estate of OEOUOE
F. OOO DALE, late of Clinton. Miu . .Wit.d lr.,t.
Whereis, Milton Jewett hat presented to this
court authenticated copies ef the last will and testa
ment of said deceased, duly proved In the State of
Masiachueetls, thst the same may be filed and record
ed In this court; You aro hereby notified that this
court will decide npon tbe filing ef said Instrument at
tbe aewlon thereof to be held at the Probate Office in
urAitieooro in saw mitrict, ou tne last Saturday of
March, A.I). 1874, when and where vou lnav aonrar
and contest the eame, if you see cause.
An A hhlLM, Itegltler.
STATE OF VKHMONT, Mar.l)oro,.SS.
My tkt Probate Court for tatd Dtitrict.
To all persons interested in tbo Estate of CHESTER
W, HAKOEANT, late of llrattle-boro in sid district,
Whereaa, GEO. II. CLAI'.K, Administrator upon
tbe Estate not yet admiulatered of said dwaMd.
haa made application lu writing to this
Court, setting forth that It will be beneficial to the
heira and all lxrsotis interested in said Eatate to sell
the whote of the Eatate of tbe said deceased, and pray
ing for liecse tostU the Fame according'-, ud nas
niui in th((!rtrt ih muit.i approbation of all
tbe heirs r aced, residing In thla SUte, to
ucn sale: You are hereby notified that Ibis Court
will decide upon said application at the seaalnn thtr.
I of to be held at tbe Probate Office in Brattleboro,
u wiiii-i, u me oaiuruay oi Aiarcn,
A. D 1874, hen and where )ou may be heard In the
premises, if you see cause.
ii aha tttsirtu, ueguicr.
STATU OF VKHMONT, Marlboro, SS.
Tkt Prolate Court for iaid Dittrtct .
to aupersoDs luirresieu in tne r.aiaie or iiKSur
HEED, late of Brattlcloro, drceaaed, Greeting.
You are hereby notified that this Court will decide
npon the allowance of the account of
L, LISCOM AND FHANK REED,
Administrators upon said eatate. and
decree distribution thereof to the persons entitled, at
the sf-sIon thereof to be held at the Probate Office In
Brattleboro, on tbe last Saturday or March, A.D,
1874, when and where you may be heard In tbe pren
lses, If you see cause.
iu "OA itLiLn, ueguicr.
STATK OF VKHMOXT,Marlboro,SS
The Trobate Court for said District:
To all persons Interested In tbe Estate of CLARA
r, CLtua, late oi uraitifporo, omiird, ureeung:
Whereas, Charles H. Croaby has presented to this
Court an Instrument purporting to be the hut Will of
said deceased, for probate: You are hereby notified
that thla Court will decide upon tbe probate cf aald In
strument at the 4esti'n thereof te be held at the
Probate Office In Brattleboro, in aalddlatrlrt, on tba
last latuniay or Marc a, a. v, 1874, wuen and where
; you may appe ar and conti-st tho same If you see cause.
TATE OF VKHMONT, Marlboro, S S.
The 1'roliatr Court rr.raalil nuiil.
To all persona lutretd in tbe Estate of
DAVIS UROU N, Isle of Ncwfaor, In said district, de
You are hereby notified that this Court will decide
upon the alViwauce of tbe account of Avery J. Dexter,
Adminiatratur upju said estate, and dree distribu
tion itiereoi to mo icrsons emmea, at ine session
thereof to be held at the Prolate Office in Brattleboro
on the first Saturday of April, A. D. 1874, when
ana wnere you may De neara in ine premiara, you
see caust. 13 ASA KEYE8, Register.
TATE OF VERMONT, MAHLHOHO,
SS. The Probato Court for said District.
To all persons Interested lu the Estate of DAVIS
BROWN, late of Newfane, In said District, de-ceased,
Whereas Avebt J. Dexirn, Admlnlatrstor upon
said Estate, 1 ai made application In writing to this
Court,settlng forth that the amount of debts due from
al l deceased is - - f.320 76
TaaWtaecipenieseraaminutraHoa wiu be
Tint th- atos c f t'10 pc rsocal property is CO 00
lxTl!g a 1 a'lrjce uiproilJt-d for cf SSI0 74
And pra)(DR for llcf-nse sell sll tb. rral rstate fcr
P purpuse oi I ajluK ssi-i iiems ana siprosrs;
Yon sr. hs rHr Dottfird tbst this Cnurt will drclde
npoi sail applititlon at tbe scst-Ion thereof to be held
at the Trot ate Office lu Brattleboro, in said district, on
the nrst Katumay n Apni, A.u.lH,i,wpen ana KDcre
you may l-e heard In tbe premlf s, tf yon see cause.
I'i ah nr.ir.3, itegisier.
C; P n I N a Term 111 begin Feb. 51. lloard ur f nr.
K.y nisbed rotms for seir-bosrding on toe very low
The tillsce Is nulct and free from temptations to
vice. Instruction thorough. I'unlla will here find
superior advantages for preparation for college, for
tracniug, lor iiuaioes", ana mr music.
a... aivniiuu.i. A. ol.. x'rincinai
llernardstnu, Haea., (Xt SC, 1S73. 8m30
A pli'aaant home and thorough Inatructlon for youth
of both sexes. In a clergyman? family. Wist llrattle
boro, Vt. The Spring terra opens March 35.
Addresa MISS ANNIE I- onOUT,
'Tliee celebrated Hitters are com
posed of choice Hoots, llerbs, ami
Jtarks, among which are Oen
tlun, Sarsaparllla, Wild Cherry,
Dandelion, Juniper, and other
berries, and are so prepared as to
retain all their medicinal qual
ities. They invariably cure or
greatly relieve the following com
plaints 1 yniicisln, Jaundice,
fclvcr Complaint, Loss ol Apiio
lltc, Ileatlaelic, liillous Attacks,
Kcinlttcnt nntl Intermittent lo
vers, Affile, Colli Chills. lUiciinia
tlsm, Summer Complaints, Plies,
Kidney Diseases, Femalo Dim
cultlcs, liassltutlo, low Spirits,
General Debility, nml, fact,
everything caused by an impure
state of the lllood or deranged
condition of Stomach, Liver, or
Kidneys. The aged find in the,
Quaker Miters a gentle, soothing
stimulant, so desirable in their
declining years.. No one can re
main long unwell ( unless afflicted
with an incurable disease) after
taking U'eu bottles of the Quaker
Preparod ly Dr. IT. S. Flint & Co.
At their Great Medical Depot,
VOU SAU3 HVKKYWHERC.
CALL AND HJii:
BARNA A. CLARK,
AT HIS NEW STORE,
Where may bo found one cf tbe best stccks of
IN THE STATU OF VERMONT,
IRON & 8TEEL, NAIL8, TABLE AND
POCKET CUTLERY, BUILDING MA
TERIALS, BELTING, &C.
LIME Ai CEMENT,
II V THE Oil Mill..
HEHDS anASS,KED TOP,
AND CLOVEn SEED.
Remember the Placr,
TYLER'S BLOCK, NEAR THE BRIDGE,
rno.Ti the iiest or
For UE.VTV Iloot. V Ciultrr.,
from $IO lo 10
For Urait. Alior.,
: 10 $13.
T. A. STEVENS,
1st door Montis of Cnllrr. fstiue Htotm.
TJratlleboro, March 10, 1171. 3mll
1? O II 1 N 71 .
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of wwlljr iuuf 1 dcrolej to ramlir Utentnrr. tcU Dee.
art. NanttoD, ani vocul deTdofmcnt.
It clurtcttriitlc fnlarn it cowFBEUXKsiveyus
thepunose It to furnUU peilodical which will ght,
1q 4dJiUoa to a ftbUDduinj of e&tcrUlnlog popular
Uterttarr, contributed bj writer of acknowledged
Bttndiug, a thorough surrey of tbeprogreMof thought,
the ad ance of the arts, and tho doing In all the high
er branches intellectual effort.
It ahould be noted that In puriuaneoof this plan, tbe
lcc at our disposal U far a ore eztecilve than that of
the magatinea Usued In monthly form, at the time
yearly aubacrlrtlon. The fifty-two numbers? of Arple-
ton'i Journal, formlns one rrar'f isme. contain nnr
third uior lltrrury iiiuirllul than the twehe
cor ret ponding iuuea of the largest of the monthlies,
and of courae, a ruuch larger proiortion in excesi of
tho imaller onea. We may add that a candid examina
tion will show that, with greater quiktitt, there ia no
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51U isrnl Ml Ilrouilnuy, It. V.
CHENEY Ss CLAPP
Call attention to their large and
increasing stoca oi Jiooai.sta
liearrji uianK uooas, jib tie,
Musical Merchandise, lectures h
Works of Art Fancy Qoods In
, endless variety. Articles suitable
i for presents for all occasions.
Picture-framing a specialty. Vis
itors welcomed & uo one impcr-
tuueu to nuy.
The Male Berry Coffee
Is the eleer.at and lineal flavored Coffee In the, star
let. Yon can get It ground to order at the urottrv,
Rtnra of ' 1
C. D, NQYE9,
Henry 0. Willard & Co.,
No. 1, Brooks Block.
Will offer for the ncit 30 days their stock of
Vases, Cologne Bottles,
Glove and Handker
And many other
riental Tea Company's Teas
At LESS Til AN COST to close out the stock.
We would also call tbe attention of the public to our
WUIch will compare favorably with anr In New Eng
land, con taiulng ail the new and modern Improvements
for tbe preparation of rbyslclana' Prescriptions and
a .wily receipts.
ur-fH ucndats irom s x. u. to a p. m., Tor tne aale
' medicines only.
Medicine, can be obtained at all hours cf tho night,
i nana, by rioglog the night bell.
We shall nae every effort to nleaao and accommodate
our customers. Thankful for past favors, wo shall be
more so lor ininre ones.
IIE.TllV C. tVII.I.AIIII k CO.
Hhrre II Villi II tlio yiont C00.I."
T. W. BARNARD.
THE PEOPLE OET
FOIl THEIR MflXEY.
The BEST GOODS at LOW PRICES are appreciated.
HI'KCIjal. ll.lIICi.l I.-N IX
Come and Look nt our Prices.
I'llIATX! IIH.TM! 1'ItIXTAt
Spring Styltt Just received.
Great break down in prices.
Also, in Drees Goods, Silks, Shawls, and Cloaklngs,
f Entire Stock to be cleared ont to make room
for spring Goods.
X. IV. llAltXAHU.
4 Crosby block.
IX CHEAT V.tlllETV.
AND TRAVELING BAGS.
A mU 1IXG OF FOIIEIGX AHII
IN ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF
Pant & Vestings,
AUo, a good stock of LOW AND MEDIUM Q It ACE
gooda couaUnllr on band.
AU tL. aboT. goods wlU be aoU al
TO MEET THE TIMES!
.11 A I K TO O II J 11 ,
PRATT, WHKHT 6 CO
No. 3, GRANITE ROW,
GHIST MILL FOR SALE.
I have concluded to offer for tale the whole of
mr real estate located at Unlonville. in Wavrdjirn
consistlnff of a grist mill and shop, with dwelling
house and fire acres of Isnd. Bald mill contains two
run of stone, Is in good running order, aud the best
mill anywhere about for flour. Tbe house Is one aud
a half storle, Is in good condition, and la supplied
mi running water a goou orcnara on tne piace.
W 111 be sold ehean. AnnW to subscriber on the Trm
Wardsboro. Yt., March 10, 1874. 11-23
I70U SALE. A VALUABLE FARM,
. Situated in tbe northwest part of Brattleboro, 5
miles from tho Mllsge and about 1-3 mile from school;
contains 180 aeres of land suitably divided Into mowing,
uu )i,uiii.k, wim jot oi vaiaauie use ana rme
timber, and plentr cf nice fruit, with buildings all near
ly new j never-f ailing spring of soft running water at
house snd bam. For further Information, enquire of
the subscriber on the premises.
. a ... . . . HAMU.EI II. HliEH.
est llrattleboro, VL, Feb. 33, 1874. 4t9x
jQESIRABLE REAL ESTATE
At Auction !
Will be sold st nubile anctlon. on the tiremlses. on
TUUI18DAT, March 26, at 2 o'clock, P.M.. the Farm
occupied by the late BRADFORD O. BARGE A NT, sit
uated one mile west of the village of West Drattleboro.
..,. i.iui nuviiien joucrti oi una, more or icbb,
including a large orchard and about 25 acres of mead
ow. A cider mill on the premises. Tbe buildings are
ample and In good repair.
i erras maue Known at time or sale.
GEO. U. CLARK, Adm'r.
Brattleboro, March 13, 1874. 11-12
REAL ESTATE FOIL SALE
One of tbe very best CONNECTICUT RITEIt
FARMS at a banraln. Contains nearlv DO acres.
00 of which is meadow land, In a high state of cultiva
tion. Also good wood land, timber and put u ring! a
v arlety of choice young fruit trees ; good land for rais.
Inz tobacco, if deelrid. Situate within 6 miles of Brat
tleboro, and the line of tbe VL Valley R. B.
Also, 200 acres of Pasturing and Sugar Orchard, with
in 4 milesi of depot, which will be sold with or without
the above named farm.
Oac-haJf of the purchase money can remain on mort
Also, TWO FARMS FOIl SALE IN DELAWARE,
one of which ia a Urge fruit farm.
r or lunucr particulars can at our omce or auuross
BENJ.R. JENNE It CO., -Insurance
and Real Estate Agents,
9-13 Brattleboro, VL
ARM FOR SALE.
Tbe iuflimitr of rears comix Is me to sail mv
fsrm of 160 acres. It Is io divided that I will sell about
60 acres with the buildings, which consist of a bouse
30 by 40 feet, and back room with running water. good
wood sbed 20 by 35 feet, barn 80 by 40 feet, with two
shed, one 23 by 41 feet, the other 14 by 41 feet, and
supplied with running water. There are several hun
dred cords of wood, among which area hundred or
two second growth maples, besides hemlock and
spruce timber. The other 60 acics. which Joins the
first named lot, haa 20 acres very heavily timbered
with thrifty old growth maple with good sugaring ap-
Kratua; there is also some beach and other wood,
sides seversl acres of hemlock and spruce timber, all
situated about seven miles from Brattleboro depot, on
and near the stage road leading from Brattleboro to
Marlboro, also near a good sawmill on the stags road,
with easy descent to It. Will sell all together or In ac p
arate pieces to suit purchasers. For further particu
lars inquire of the subscriber on the premises.
Also, eight extra sheep for aale. JOSEPH E1KO.
Marlboro, Vt., Jan. 20, 1874. 3m 4
A PLEASANT, PRODUCTIVE
In Newfane, Windham Co., Vti
The River Farm, lately owned and occupied by tbe
late Stephen Illgglos deceased, la now offered for sale
at a bargain.
Bald Farm Is situated on West River in Newfane, Vt.
on the main stage road leading from Brattletoro to
Townshend, In a good neighborhood, and a gocd
school but a few rods from the house, snd 1 1-3 miles
from FsyettevlUe, which contains the County build
ings, churches, stores, hotels and post office. Tbe
above Farm contains ISO acres of land well divided In
to mowing, pasture, and woodland, tbetUlageland be
ing early meadow, prodnctlve toil and under good
state cf cultivation. Also, an abundance cf Fruit
Trees and a large Sugar Orchard. The buildings are
all in excellent condition. The House Is large, sen
venleut and well finished. The Bars and Carriage
House au 3 out buildings are nearly new, painted, are
large and commodious with cellars under the whole;
good water at house and barn.
The above Farm Is offered for talc at a barga'n atd
is an opportunity seldom offered to secure a pleasant
borne and a good farm. For further particulars ap
ply at the house of said farm.
Mrs. STEPHEN BIGGINS,
Or of A. J. MORSE, Fayettevllle, or B. W. BOW
KEH, Willlamsville, Vt. U44
Mr nlace In Brattleboro. one mile south of the Til
lage, consisting of nine acres of land. 6 of which Is
unaer a mgu state ci, cultivation, ana tne caiance
woodland. About 60 young apple, pear and peach
trees of besring sge on the premises; also 200 grape
rlnes, cor acre In strawberries, aud an asparagus bed
that pays from $30 to 40 per year. Buildings on the
premises. Water convenient. The laud la well ads pl
ea ror gardening purposes cr for bulidiDglota Terms
easy. Pobieaaion given at once. Apply to B. R. JEX-
C. KIDDER on the premises tf 43
I offer for salt the four, Two story. Model Cottage
Hoaaea, which I hare erected the paat arasoo: Slated
Roofs, good water: Lota CO hy 100 ft. : Location cen
tral aa regarda the manufscturlDg Interests cf the
Tillage : Price $3320 each. Terms made easy.
O. A. MIXES.
Brattleboro, Dec. !, 1S73. till
milE subscriber offers for sale tba Seal Estate be
X loogingto the Eats to of CALVIN BUCKLIN. late
of Halifax, Vt., deceased, situated in said Halifax,
near "Bead nollow," so called, and about 11 miles
from Brattleboro, and consisting of the following
farms, to lt:
Tho "home farm" con ti In Inn nearlv 300 acres of
land suitably divided into mowing and pasturing,
mm auoui ou acres ui woooxana. ouuauie uauuiags
conveniently arranged, lth running water at both
house and barns. Large orchard with great variety of
apples, together with peaches and pears. Also maple
sugar orcnaru oi aooui ivw trees, bcdooi nouse witn
In about 120 rods of tba buildings on said farm. The
above described farm la one of the test and most pro
ductive in the town of Ualifax.
Also the "itobcrta farm" adioinlnt? the above de
scribed premises, contalnlag 100 acres of Isnd suitably
divided, with convenient buildings; well watered.
auargeappie orcnara, ana lxspie sugar orroara or w
trees. School bouse standing on the premises.
Also the "Kiles" or "NewtU" farm adtolnlntr said
"home farm," containing;! 60 acres suitably dlvldsd,
convenient buildings, running water, and large
Also 187 acres of pasture and timber land adJclmcK
said "home farm" and on the south side of the brook
which runs throush said "Bead Hollow.' All or
either of the farms above described will be sold at a
Parties can be shown over the premises by calling
upon A. a, Ysuw at said home farm. For terms, &c,
Inquire of STEPHEN NILE 8, at said Halifax, or of tha
subscriber at Wilmington, Vt.
Wilmington, Vt., May 1st, 1873. tfl9
BALLOU & STODDARD
Being desirous of etsnglng their business, take this
method to inform any one wishing to engage in the
mercantile business, that they will sell their stock of
On such terms as will make it a
for paillculara suldreas lis at Tuwnsheirt, Yfc
Townshend, Vt., M. s WA,
C, D, NQYES
AU In want ot
A Good Barrel of Flour
At a Ttrj low prloe.tp tar on. of th. POLLOCK or
BtLTAKA Brands. frUfr Malt Brr Xlssif.
Oood Uosmiss Mx Wanted Uawresent th. JoUu
Hancock Mutual Llf. Insurer., Company lu every
town la New KnjUnd. Ar)y f ersonally, or by letter,
to tut Office, 1 B ra Building, Boston, Miss. st
Cools for Sale
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