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' RAILROAD.
AHV AnUfMMti
f rpHE Car* will run a* follow*, daily (Sun.
L days excepted)—
Going A'ortk. Going South.
Leave Leev*
Bridgeport 10 30 a at Slat* LiD* . * ?? A **
1 Newtown 1131 Canaan 10 30
New Milford 12 18 pm ' ^ p M
W Cornwall 144 N Miltord 12 18 p m
Canaan 218 Newtown 105
Arrive at r,Te ■* „
StateLine 3 30 Bridgeport 2 00
An extra Passenger Train leave* N«*v Mil
ford lor Bridgeport at 7 a m. Returning leave*
Bridgeport lor New Miltord at 4 p m.
. For jYew York — The steamer Niagara
leave* Bridgeport at 2 F M on the arrival ol
the througn passenger train. Fare trom
Litchfield to New York $2.75
For Albany and Boston. — The passengei
train a,rive* al State Line in season to connect
with the cars on the Western Railroad for the
east or west. Passei gers arrive in Albany,
Troy, Pittsfield, Springfield &c. the same day.
Stares run in connection with the cars to
Woodburv. Bethlem, Danbury, Litchfield.
Sharon, Norfolk, Winsted, Lenox, Lebanon
Springs &c.
New York passengers Having through tick
ets have the privilege of stopping one day in
Bridgeport. .
No agent of this company is authorized to
take charge of specie, bank notes, or valuable
papers. >r to receive them for transportation
>n any connition.
C. A. KIRTLAND. Superintendent.
Bridgeport, April 1848. 50tf
Summer Arrangement,
New Haven * Northampton
Company.
mhmbhbsb
Rarilroad Arrangeinetils Commen
cing May 22, 1848.
ON amt alter Monday, Ma.v 22d, train* will
leave daily,Sundays excepted as follows:
Leave New Haven for Plainville at 6 A. M
8, 30 A M. I P. M , and 4 P. M.
Leave Plainville lor New Haven at 8 40 A
M, 10 30 A! M. and 4 10 P M. and 5, 30 P.
jyj-The 6 A. M. Train front New Haven
and the 5,30 P. M. Train troin Plainville, will
be freight T.ains with Passenger^^r attach
At CHESHIRE. Stages Irom Waterhury
direct connect with the up and down morning
Trains at !) 10 A. M. Returning from the up
and down Evening Trams at 4 40 P. M.
Also, front Litchfield, Wolcolville and Wa
terburv with the Down Train at 10 55 A. M.
Reiui tiing upon the arrival of the Up Train at
1 35 P. M.
At PLALYVILLK, Stages from Plymouth
Bristol and Earmingion connect with the
morning Train lor New Haven at 8 40 A. M-—
Returning at about 5 10 P. M
Also,from Litc hfield, Winstead,New Hart
ford, Collinsville and ITnionville to connect
with the to 30A, M- Train to New Haven. Re
turning upon the arrival ol the Train at about
2PM
HENRY FARNAM,
Superintendent
JV>ut Haven, May, 22,1848. If—2
MmCIHIMM
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
._....oaTOeeninoprationThirteet
A. Years ending July 6,1846, aud hnvo ioautc
M34 Policinu,
Amount ol property insured 92.181,836,:
Amount of cash premiums received, 10,37904
Tointeresl received on Loans, 1,04680
"$17,42590
To do. ofpremi ims nowch’don L,
the Hookskviiiciican bscollected. }
The whole amount ofloses is $6,513 83
Ain’t paid tor Expense*,—Agents,
In*. Plates, Books, Stationary,etc.2,804,93
8,718 76
Preaentcgpital or fundsofthe Company,
from which future losses are to be
paid, $24,422 76
Officers of the Company,
WILLIAM BEEBE, Presutent,
OLIVER GOODWIN, Treasurer.
JASON WHITING, Secretary.
Directors.
WILLIAM BEEBE- l ORIG’N S.8EYMOUR
OLIVER GOODWIN 1 D. C WHITTLESEY
J. G BECKWITH, l DAVID C. SANFORD
JASON WHITING. LEMAN W CUTLER
GEORGE 6. WOODRUFF.
Agents for the Company,
Duniel B. Brinsmade, Washington,
David C. Sanford, New Milford, I
Rufus Fuller, Jr. Kent,
Rinhard Smith. Snaron,
Frederick Kellogg, Cornwall,
Nelson Brewster, Goshen,
Wm M . BurraII, Canaan,
Donald J. Warner,Salisbury,
8. D. Northway, & \ Nn-fn|k
John Dowell. < Norlolk*
Roger II. Mills, New Hartford,
George D. Wadhama, Torrington,
Lewis Smith, Harwinlon,
Elisha Johnson, Plymouth,
John C Ambler, Bethletn,
Lernan W. Cutler, Watertown,
John Abernethy, Woodbury,
David C. Whiltlesv, New Preston,
George P. Tallmadge, Warren.
Persons wishing to get their Buildings Insured
can appy to either efthe Agents, or to ths Sec
retary.
WILLIAM BEEBE. President.
JASON WHITING, ecretary
L oilfield. Oct.. 1, 1847. • lamly
THE Paektl “Sarah Sands” which lately
arrived at New York from Europe, had
among her large cargo of Dro.s Goods, lo Ca.
sat of the most beautiful and chaste styles of
English Calicos ever egltiled in this country.
A pirt of these Calico* were sent direct to
the
WOLCOTTVILLE CASH STORE,
where they can be seen, admired and bought
low far Cash.
Also one case of elegant styles of Parasols
and Paraaolletts of the moat approved make
and pattern; with fringe and without. The
above goods demand the particular attention of
the Ladies of this vicinity.
Wolcottvilie Cash Store,
LATHROP tit. BRADFORD.
Wolcottvilie, May 1, 1848 . 52 3w
GROCERIES.—Fresh Burnt CoffeeH
ground and unground; Black and
Given Peag; Crushed, Pulverized, Rectihs
edml Brown Sugar*; Pure ground Cins
mm, Pepper, Alspice, Mustard, Raisins
Nu. megs. No. 1 Starch, Indigo, Ac. Ac, for
sale by C. ADAMS A Co*
P)T 1SH, of superior quality, for sale
bjr C ADAMS A Co.
Harness Making.
raitifc subscribe ires
1 pectfully informs
the inhabitants l.itcli
I Held end vicinity, th.i>
has removed
^^^H^^^Sshop in West st.,7 door
west oft he Court House,
Q where as usual he in
tends to carry on the
abovehusiness,and where he will keep
on hand .or manufacture to order.
Harnesses of ail kinds,
Saddles. Bridles, Trunks,
Ac.
Hei nvitesthose who wantwork i n hiF
line to give him a call, as he has no
doubt he can satisfy them both asto
quality and prices. . ,
17 Repairing of all kinds done in the
nest manner and at short notice. Ma
rtV articles of Produce take nn payment
far work. FRED’K W. BROWN
TAteh field. April 10^1848_
DR. TOW.VSKJID’S
SARSAPARILLA
THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY MEDI
CINE IN THE WORLD!
This Extract is put up inQuarl Bottles. It is
six times cheaper, pleasanter, end warranted
superior to any told. Jt curet disease without
vomiting, purging, aftkeaing, ox debilitating
| the patient.
8KXAT SPBIW't AND SUMMER MEDICINE.
The great beauty anil superiorly of this bar
-aparilla over other medicines is, whilst it eradi
cates disease, it invigorates the body. It is one
of the very best Spring and Sommer Medictnes
ever known. It sot only purifies the whole sys
tem and strengthen, the person, but it creates
new, rich and pure blood-a power possessed
by no other medicine. And in this lieswhe
grand secret of ita wonderful success. II has
performed, wiihi*) the past two years, more
than 35,000 cures of severe cases ol disense
at least 5,000 ol these were considered incura
ble. More than .
3,000cases of Chronic Rheumatism ;
2,000 cases of Dyspepsia ;
400 cases of General Debility and Want of
7,000^ cases ’of the different Female.Com
plaints; . .
2.000 casesof Scrofula;
1.500 cases of the LiverComplaint ;
2.500 cases of Disease ol the Kidneys and
Dropsy; „ ,
3.000 cases of Consumption;
and thousands of cases of Disease of the
Blood, vix: Ulcers, Erysipelas, Salt Rheum,
Pimples on the Face, Ac. Ac.; together with
numerous cases ol Sick-Headache, Pam in th*
Side and Chest, Spinal Affections, Ac. Ac.
This, we are aware, must appear incredible,
but we have letters from physicians and out
agents from all parts of the United States, in
forming us of extraordinary cures. R. Van
Boskirk, one of the most respectable druggist*
in Newark. New Jersey,informs uathat he can
reler to more than 150 cases in that place atone.
There are thousands of cases in the city of N
York, which we refer to with pleasure, and to
men of character. It is the best medicine for
the prevention of disease known. It undoubt
adly saved the lives ot more than
3 5,000 Children the pailscason !
as it removed the cause ol dtseuse, and pre
pared them for the summer season.
United States Officer.
Captain G. W. McLean, member of the Le
gislature, and late of the United States Navy,
has kindly sent us the following certificate. It
tells ita own atory. Rahway June 25t 1R47.
A year since, I was taken with the Influenza,
and my whole system left in a debilitated state
I was induced to try Dr. Townsend s Sarsapa
rilla and after taking two or three bottles 1
was’ very much relieved, and attribute it en
tirely to the said Sarsaparilla. I have continued
taking it, and find that 1 improve every day -
l believe that it saved my life and would not
be without it under any consideration.^^
Scrofula cured.
This certifies!* conclusively ItlB'llfoSI
Sarsaparilla has perfect Three persont
obstinate diseases ot the Jyg^3ented.
cored in one '•"'Three Children.
Dr Townsend—Dear Sir: 1 have the pleasure
to inform yon that two of my children have been
eured of the Scrofula by the use of your excel
lent medicine. They were afflicted very Fe
verely with bad sores. Have only niken lour
bottles, it took them away, fur which I feel
I myself under deep obligation.
I Yours respectfully,
IS A Ag W CRAIN,
N. York, March 1 47. 150, Wooster st.
Great Female Jt.Wed:cine.
Dr Townsend's Sarsaparilla is a sovereign
and speedy cure for incipient Consumption,
Barrenness, Leucorrhma. or Whites, obstruct
ed or difficult Menstruation, incontinence of
Urine, or involuntary discharge thereof, and for
the general prostration of the system—no mat
ter whether the result of an inherent cause or
causes, produced by irregularity.sickness or ac
cident. , .
jRr Nothing can be more surprising thaw ns
invigorating effects on toe human frame. Per
sons, all weakness and lassitude, from taking
it, at once become robust and full of energy un
der its influence. It immediately counteracts
the nervelessnessof the female frame, which
is the great cause of barrenness.
It will not be evpocted of us, in cases of
delicatea natura.to exhibit certificates ife
Eerformed; but we can assure the affheteo ,„at
undreds of cases have been reported to us, -
Several cases where families have been without
children, after using a few bottles of this in
valuable medicine, have been blest with healthy
offspring ^f0(^era and Married Ladies.
This Extract of Sarsaparilla has bee,n ex
pressly prepared in reference to lemsle com
plaints. Nt. female wh<> has reason to suppnae
that she is approaching that critical period,
‘the turn ol life,' should neglect to lake it, as it
is a certain preventive for any of the numerous
an I horrible diseases to which females are auh
ent at this time of life. This period niav be
deleyed for several years by using this medi
cine. Nor is it less valuable for those who are
approaching womanhood, as it is calculated to
assist nature by quickening the blood and in
vtgnrntinff the liid®6cl, this medicine is
invaluable for ail ol the delicate diseases to
which women are subject.
It braces the whole system, renews perms
nentlv the natural energies, bv removing the
impurities of the bodv—not aofar stimulating
the system as to produce a subsequent relaxa
tion, which is the case with niedicineataken foi
female weakness and disease.
Rheumatism.
This Sarsaparilla is used with the most pet
taet access in Rheumatic complaints, howeve
severe or chronic. The astonishing cures it has
performed are indeed wonderful. Other reme
dies sometimes give temporary relief: his en
itrely eradicates it from the system, even when
the limbs and hones are dreadfully swollen.
Kr Hear Mr. Seth Terry, one of the oldest
and most respectable lnwversin Hartford. Ct
The following is an extract *f a letter received
trom him: . , .
Dr Townsend—I have used one bottle of vour
Sarsaparilla, and And it it excellent in ita effects
upon a chronic rheumatic pain to which I am
subject, from an injury o< casioned several years
ago in a public stage Please send ate two hot.
ties to the care of Dt Seymour. I have con
versed with two ot ourprincipal physicians, and
recummend your Sarsaparilla
SETH TERRY.
Hartford, March lfth, 1845.
PILES, PILES. PILES.
Dr Townsend’s Sarsaparilla ia no less sue
ceasfui in curing tbisdisiressing complaint, than
for diseases of tho Blood. Dyspepsia, Rheums
Mam, and Nervous Debility.
Principal Office, IH. Fulton street, New
York. For sale by the principal Druggists
throughout tho Unitad States, West Indies and
Canada. 1
None genuine unless pnt up tnaqnarebottles,
which oonuiu a quart, and signed with the
written signature of SP TOWNSEND, and his
name bl >wn in the glass.
Vr For Sale at the Drag Store in Lttt..deld
nd bv Terry and Porter, Plymouth
CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEED-A few
bnshele fnrsaie at the Brick Store
Ala#— Marrowfat Peas. DRIED APPLES
te. C, ADAMS k CO.
The New Goods
—AT TM*—
MEW
Millinary Establishment,
IN WEST CORNWALL,
hare been received, and are
now open for the inspect ion
of all who will taver ns
with • call.
The assortment consists
of HATS, FLOWER'.
RlBbLhNS, HAGS, CLASPS,STEEL BEADS.
Purse Rings and Tassells, Bag and PurseFrin
ges—together with a choice selection of Lu
»ia’s French PERFUMERY, double extract,
a splendid aiticle
One of the best Dress Makers in the couaty
is now employed in this establishment.
Straw Hats ofall kinds repaired and bleach
ed : also gentlemen’s Leghorn Hals bleached
Mhs. J. W. CONK.
A share of public patronage is reaped lull)'
solicited
West Cornwall. Apr. 17. 1848.
HB JONES’S 14 Ann Si reel, New
• York. No man can do a prosper
ous business, unless Imt^huyer and selbr
are benefitted, and 81jWD to $500, that
there are not better Boots sold at the fol
lowing prices than I sell—$500 to $50, that
I sell more fine Boots at retail for cash,
which enables me to sell at such remarka
ble low prices—I sell first quality of French
Calf Dress Boots, at $4.50 to $4,75; second
do.. $3,50 to $4,00; French Patent Leath
er Boots, $7,00. My store is small, my ex
penses light, and competition is challenged,
New York, May 1, 1848. 52 5w
I
SffffiSKQ FMIEtOT:S i
T.H.RICHARDS
WOULD respectfully return hi* sincere
thanks to his numerous friends and
patrons for the past favors he bus received
and asks a continuance of the same. He slit
continues tocarry cn the Tlli I © I"! tl(f
business in ail its various branches.
03-All garments made by him will be war
ranted to fit, and in neatness of workmanship
and style cannot be surpassed in this Slate !—
He keeps constantly on hand a general assort
ment of TR1MINGS which he will sell Wper
ce»t cheaper than can be putchased else
where.
03- TERMS,—CASH on delivery of the
work.
03- CUTTING done for other* to make at
the shortest notice
jnj=N. B Ready JTfade CIO'
thing, constantly on hand, or made to
order as CHEAP as can be purchased in
New York or Boston.
JC|=Rooms Nos. 1 and 2 up Stairs in
theEnquirei building.
Litchfield. March HO, 1848._40 3m
IF.UD.ErXOM.
1 T the old stand of Ssntith & Me
r* Niel, two doors south ol the Mansion
iLJL Hnu-e. is now opening a general assort,
ment ot Dry Goods, GROCERIES, Hardware,
FARMING UTENSILS■ Also —CAPS,
WfiUlt1, .-?iV6e9.T,Wo'd dTa'cnuivT t akmLi IKG
ot different figures. Paper Hangings and Win
dow Paper, Grass and Clover Seed, Potash.
Lime, 0CpChurn9, a new and superior article.
BROAD CLOTHS,
English and French, of various color* and
qualities — CASSIMERES, a good assortment. ;
Ladies' Dress Goods, a great variety of pat
terns.
The above stock has recently been purchas
ed lor cash in ew York and other markets
and will be sold for cash, barter, or credit, as
low as articles of the same quality and de
scription can he purchased in this vicinity
A suareof phbl.c patronage is solicited. Old
customers and new customers please call and
examine.
Litchfield, April 13, 1848. 48 6w
■ “ i
THE FILES.
o- A CURE FOR LIFE SECURED
Dr. Upham’s
INTERNAZi REMEDY
Fort he cure of Piles, Inflamalory ol e Liver
and Spleen, Inflamafion, Soren. r and
Ulceration of the Stomach, Bo els,
Kidney*, and Bladder. Inflamn •
tory’and Mercurial Rheuma*
tism.Impurity of Blood,
Weakliest and lu
flamalion of
the '-pine,
and
(K>-For the relief ot Married Ladies -t30
The Vegetable Pile Electuary,
Invented by Dr. A. Upham, a distinguished
physician of New York city, is the only real
ly successful remedy for that daugerous and
distressing complaint the Piles, ever offered In
the American public.
Mark this, it isau internal remedy—not an
external application, and will cure any case of
Piles, eilner bleeding or blind, internal or ex>
terr.al, and hrobably the only thing that will
There is no mistake about it. It is a positive
cure—speedy and permanent. It is also a
convenient medicine to take, and improves the
general health in a remarkable manner.
Each box emtains 12 doses at 8 1-2 cents
per dose. It is very mild in its operation, and
may be taken in case* of the most acute in
flammation without danger. All external ap
plications are in the highest degree disagree
able,inconvenient and offensive, and Irom the
very nature of the disease, temporary in I heir
effects. This Medicine attacks the disease al
its source,and removing the cause, renders the
cure certain and permanent.
3^-Cure for life guaranteed. Hie Elector)
contains no mineral medicines, no aloes, no
gamboge or other powerful and irritating pur
gative. No fear of taking cold whit* under its
jrP rence, no change indiet necessary. If ta
ken according to the directions a cure for iite
isguaranted. .
Pamphlets giving valuable informal ion re
specting this medicine may be obtained of A
gents grati*.
D. F. Bradlev 130 Washington street, Ros
t.n. General Agent for the New England
Agents—S B’tel, Litchfield ; W H Hung
erford. Wolcotville ; S Thomas fc Son, Plym
nuth; G Humphrey, C- naan ; E G Lawrence,
te Co. Norfolk ; Elihu Cur.it Watertown ; and
by the dealer* in Medicine generally through
out Naw England. 27 6m
THE undersigned being about to leave
town, feels it his duty to inform those who
have delayed, that there ia still an oppor
tunity to prorurea true and perfec l Likeness ,
as hit room will be kept open about two
week* longer, for the purpn-e of accommoda
ting those who may wish to favor him with a
calk. It is admitted by all, iha* his pictures
as a likeness and clearness of expression, are
far superior to those taken by Operativesgen
J.L. JUDD. '
Litchfield, April 18, 1S4S, 49
J3H © 3 3 3 £Q 0 IB 3 8
WOULD particularly rail the itleu«ion of
the public lo an examination of the
RICH Alto SPLENDID
he is now offe ring, embracing almost
rverv desirable pattern ot COOK, PARLOR,
BOX, and COUNTING HOUSE Stores, many
nf them entirely new models patented in If 47,
<urpasflinglv beiotilul. Also on lian<1, a lot of
ATHANOR STOVES,
which have been still further improved. The
reputal ion of l his stove is too well known to
need further recommendation.
A IR-TIG H TS,
both cast aid sheet iron, of all desciiptions
on hand or made to order, of first rate materi
Is,and for heautv will chcllenge competition
-ALSO—
Stove Pipe, of every discription.
Stove Blacking, a first rate article.
Stove Pans, with covers.
Hollow Ware.
Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron Ware, &c,&c
all of which will be sold at the very lowest
prices.
Litchfield, Dec 7.1847. 30tf
GENIN. HATTER.
214
BROAD WA Y JYE W YORK.
rilHE three great essentials. ELEGANCE.
1 EXCELLENCE and ECONOMY, are
the points arrived at by the proprietor of this
estiblishment. The following prices have
been fixed upon for his best style of goods.
First quality BEAVER HATS. #4 50
Second do do do o 50
Fi st do MOLESKIN do 4 00
Second do do do 3 00
First do CLOTH CAPS, 1 50
Second do do do 1 00
QCpA superb stock of Crl ILDREN'SF.bNCY
HATS, of the most elegant materials and
beautiful patters; constantly for sale
GENIN, 214, Broadway.
(jCJ-Author of the Illustrated History of the
Hat.
New York, May 1st 1848. 53
JMMBS.
AC SMITH has just returned from New
• York with a general assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, & HARD.
WARE,
that he can sell at unusually low prices.
Please call and examine before purchasing
elsewhere.
May 1848. 52
Valuable Jrroperiy
FOR SALE IN
IRLYHKDWM (BDJK'SKEIS, CT.
THE place recently owned by Hen
ry C. Smith, containing about four and a halt
acres ol land. The House is built in the best
manner—(he rooi covered with Tin. There
is a Grapery an Ice House and other suitable
buildings on the place, the yards are ornament
ed with shrubety, and the walks beautifully
flagged. There is also a good Fruit Yaid
with choice Fruits. The location is favorable
for a Boarding School, being in the centre ul
a delightful village, where is good society,
fine air,and fine views and only one mile from
the Railroad to be built connecting the place
with New York by a ride of lour hours.
There is on die place a building welt catcu
lated lor a School House. It is all that could
be desired by a gentleman of fortune for a
country residence.
(tCJ-For terms apply to the Directors of the
Phoenix Branch Bank in Litchfield.
April 1, 1848. 47 6w

jiOOK AND PERIODICAL AGENCY
11'7 HE undersigned having established him
JL sell as a Book Agent in the great Literary
.dart of the Union—New York—respectfully
tenders hisservicesto the inhabitants of Litch
field, and the public generally, with assurance,
that all orders committed to his care will be
prjmptiy attended to and forwarded per mail
or as may be otherwise directed, with the ut
most despatch. Subscriptions received for all
Magazines published in New York, and mosl
ol those issued from Philadelphia, Boston,&c
The Foreign Magazines, Blackwood’s &c.
furnished at publishers prices. Also, new [of
old] Books, cheap Publications, Engravings,
Music, &c by whomsoever published. Most
ot the new Publications ot the day can be for
warded by mail at a very trifling expense,and
any sum Irom 12 1-2 cents upwards, can be
safely transmitted through the same medium.
All orders should be addressed i
WM. PATTON,
Graham’s Magazine Olflce.New York.
references
W. H. Graham, ) N y .
IV. B. Painter. $ ISew Yorlt.
H. W. Saltonstall, Meriden, Ct.
f A. Anderson, }
G. W. Benedict, > Watsrbury, Ct.
S. B. Cooke. Esq. )
Gen.R. C Abernethev ) Wolcotville
Gen. D. Wadhams, Esq. j Ct.
une 20, 1847
IJYITMVJIBEE
FAMILY COMPANION
SIX Lectures on Causes, Prevention and
Cure of Consumption, Asthma. Diseases
of the Heart, and all Female Diseases. 234
nagrs, 28 engravings. Paper 50 cts ■ bound
73 cts. Mail to any part—postage 9 1-2 cts.
Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders, *2,
Mail to any part 30 cts postage. Inhaling
rubea,Sil7er,$3, by mail letter postage. Ab
dominal Supporters, perfect, $8 to $10, for all
Ruptures. Falling of the Bowels and Womb,
md Veak Back and Chest; sent by Express
■verywhere. For Braces or Supporters, or
Rupture Supporters, give height from head to
foot, aud circumference of person next the nur
lach, just above the hips. If Rupture, men
tion which side. Agents wanted lor the sale,
■d the above goods Address Dr. S. S. FI1CH, |
707 Broadway, New York, post paid. |
April 24. 1848 50 lv
A 110" A F A K M, XD jgMc
Containing One Hun
dred Acres of Land !
with a 2 story House,
a barn, and out buildings in very good repair,
with a never failing well of water enclosed.
Also, the aaid farm is well proportioned into
meadow, pasture, plnwland, and woodland —
The said Farm is pleasantly situated on Cfces
nut Hill, one mile east of the centre of Litch
field on (he roads leading to Plymouth and
Harwinton
Enquire of the suhsrriheron the premises
JOHN PHELPS 2d
Litchfield, Ccnn.. Jan. I. 3.1848. 35 tf
Geese Feathers.
'FHEsubtcribertltave madearrange
I mentsto keeps constant supply of a
firstraiearticleol deekf Frathei^
-sclecetl and packed with greatcare tty
ourselves in packages front 20 to 501b*.;
and will Furnish atall limes any quantity
from3dLUxl000 1ha. oF a quantiy they
will warrant to beasgoo~ as the best,
at a* low prices as can be purchased o
euualqualily inthe state.
S. & L. HURLBUT.
Winthester, 184S.
To Book Agents,
THE MEXICAN WAR.
THE Subscriber Ims in prms and will
shortly publish, a “History ot the Mex
ican War,” comprising a complete His
tory ol all the operations ol the American
Army in Mexico: With sketch, s and an
ecdotes of the most distinguished officers
in the Regular Armv and the Volunteer
Force. By John Frost Esq. Illustrated
with numerous Engravings.
A number of enterprising and efficient
men, of good character, are offered pro
fitable employment as Agents, in circu
lating the above Work
For Terms and all other information,
applicantswilfplea.se rail on :hesubscri
ber or address by mail,
Book Publisher, 134 York St, New
Haven.
JNevv
SPRING GOODS.
All Hail, for South Street !
THE Subscriber is this week opening,
and offers for sale, at the very lowest
prices, a Spleuded Assortment of Gents and
Ladies’
Dress (Joods
—and—
TRIMMINGS!
which he believescannol fail to please as to
Variety, Style, Quality, or Price—together
with a stock of Staple and Farcy DRY
GOOD4!, Groceries, Teas. &c.
Please call and examine for yourselves.
S. N. BRONSON, Agent
Litchfield, Ayr. 25, 1848.*"
j. FOR 1848.
THE Subscribers has just returned from the
Great Reservois of the East with a full
and conplete assorlment ot Ladies, Gents.,
Misses and Childrens Bools and Shoes, which
will be sold at a small advance from cos!.
The public is respectfully} invited to call and
see.
Cash paid for Greev Calf Skins or exchan
ged for any thing in our line,
One door east of the Court House,
MEAFOY & TROWBRIDGE,
j Litchfield, April 17. 1648. 49 ff
“V.erbum sat Sapi"
ente ”
WHEREAS, I have on my books
some $6 or $701) which remain unsettled, and
as it is necessary tor mo to pay my debts, I
hereby request all thi.se whose accruals have
been of more than SIX tno ilhs standing, and
all those who have not settled up for 1847 lo
call QCI" immediately 430 *ncl {Jcj’/erAr overthe
DOE ! as delays are dangerous, and LAW
F.RS plenty. No Mistake this time, and last
call.
QO- I bore on bond Pork by the pourd 01
barrel. Laid and Hams, of the fi'st qualiy.—
Also 11 Store Sheep for sale, in good renditi
on. S. D. WHEELER, Agent.
Litchfield. Feb. 3. 184S.
Wonderful Indian Hem
edyj
CHAMBERLAIN’S
Mew England
REST ORA FIVE
rnHE above named article is an eflectna
A remedy for all cases of Hlieumalii
Affections, Spinal Diseases, and fur all kind.'
of Humors;jid In,purities in the Blond. It is
intended for~all ages and constitutions, and is
made entirely of Boots and Herbs A simple
trial will convince the most skeptical ol its
efficiency.
VOLATILE LINIMENT.
This is an invaluable compound lor Rheu'
mat ism, Ague in the Face and Jaws, Neural*
gia. Spinal Irritations, Sprains, and Weak
Joints. This Liniment has never failed in a
solitory cas ••
re_l-i;.
Aiuperior and efi'cient remedy for Catarrh
Meagrim9.0bsttuctions in the head,etc. This
Snuff has been used by thousands, who have
spoken their judgement of its high merit and
claims. ^ ^_,i*
These pit is are intended to be tt9ed in al
otdinarv complaints—they may be used as a
mild cathartic, or as a purgative cleansing
without debilitating thesystem. They are an
excellent tonic, regulating the digestive or
gans, without leaving the system in a costive
state.
Prepared and sold by Dr. E. C. CHAM
BERLAIN, corner of Church and Crown Sis.
New Haven, Conn.
N B. The above artiolesran he procured
also from Bolles & Wells Litchfield, Conn.
Thomas &. Son, Plymouth Hollow, itf
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. J
THE subscriber offers for sale the shop and
buildings connected therewith, situated on
the main roud from Plymouth to Lithfield, about
1-4 of a mile east ol Plymouth Hollow, now oc
cupied by G.H,& N. BRADLEY, There is
a run of stone in good order on the premises
for grinding plaster or salt. Also a casting
shop, the water privilege is one of the first or
der, and the race ways are in excellent condi
tion.
There isone half an acre of land lying in con
nection with the buildings which will be sold
with the shops. Terms of paym int made easy.
For farther particulars enquire of Samuel P.
Whiting of Plymouth, or the subscriber.
BENJAMIN SMITH.
Derby. April 19,1848,50 3w
| Astonishing effects
IN QUICK CONSUMPTION.
Cure of a young Lady *>* Rapid Decline
Waldoboro* Me., April 7, 1848.
Dr. Bradlee—Dear Sir—I consid
er the Hungarian Balsam an invaluable rente
dy for diseases of the Lungs.
My daughter aged about 17 years was seiz
ed about a year ago with a violent affection o
the chest and lungs, attended with a short
narsh rough, pain in the side, weakness and
difficulty of breathing, hectic fever, chills and
other symptoms of a speedy decline, or quick
consumption.
She was very rapidly reduced in strength,
and other remedies proving of no avail, I waa
induced to try Buchan’s Hungarian Balaam,
which 1 am happy to toy, had tne desired ef
fect and in a few weeks raised her from the
state of debililv and danger described, \c per
fect health. Nothing else with which I am
acquainted, would I think, have saved her life.
ABIJAH SPRAGUE
The above it a true statement of facta.
31m WM. H BARNARD, Waldoboro
NEW
GOODS, i
Received weekly »t h, t. mygatt & J
Co. Store opposite J. P. Marshall’s Hotal, . I
Woodbury,. Rich and Superior Goods may I
be found a! our place at very reduced pricea.
A complete a«*< rrmenl of Dry Goeds and Gro
ceries we new have, which wtll be aold f. r M
cash or exchangfd tor produce, a« a small ad
VaA°eiarge lot of Ladies Silk DresaGocds;
some of nrw and lasiy styles.
We havejtifi rereitfrf * Dplwdid Mfcrtirfnt ■
of CARPETINGS at prices fr. m 16c to $1 50 ■
* TfKKK Co"" , J
Woobury, May 1. 1848. 4w / ^
XHfi • V
CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT M
IN POSTON 1 ,■
For years the First ard ONLY HOUSE
which has adhered to that Pop- fl
ularSy stem of H
LOW PRICES
For Gentlemen’s Clothing !
IS that widely known, and universally
celebrated H
Clothing Emporium.
01E Hill, I
Geo. W. Simmons, Propmtor |
The excellence of the plan whieh < R* .1
xg in ally designed, and wh.ch
lias been by .him so succes- -■
fully prosecuted, is not
only
APPRECIATED BY THE PUBLIC, ■
bul to some extent
Approved by the Trade, al If ast
So far as tl e IMITATIONS lately intro- ■
duced give evidence of their ap
probation of the only true ■
and perfect system
which
ensures to buyer s
Every description of
«»WWLSJ*®*JWV.
™ " **_AT THE— *1
Lowest Scale of Prices ! ! ■
The Elega..t display ot Goods at
s#iwiw©ws* * I
OAK HALL
Embracing the latest importations from
Are Manufactured under his own person
al superintendence and direction
and affords to gentlemen
who would save
upon old
prit es full
30 TO 40 PER CENT I
in the purchase of a good Suit of clothes
Well Cut & Well Made
A Complete opportunity of selecting from
the largest stock F-very Variety of
lElLIEiSSnsr®’
AND
Dress o o d s ,
JVou7 in the United States !
And which may be had by
CITIZENS & STRANGERS !
In addition to n
SUPERB ASSORTMENT !
OF
Grijttt ecu’s Clottjcs,
AT
LOWER RATES
Than can be purchnst d at any other es*
abiishmenton the face of the Globe, &
- AT— ^ rr_-r _r
P. S. £3“Wholesn|e Traders, look to
th is. Thousands of dozens ol
Coats, Pants. Vests and
FURNISHING GOODS CHEAP.
Entrance at No 32,
OAK HALL
Nos. 32, 34, 36, 38, Ann street.
Near the head of Merchants’ Row
IF
REV. B. HIBBARD’S
VEGETABLE AJYTi-BILIOUS'
Family Pills,
Are not found tobe the most convenient,
The Best Physic You Ever Tried,
*nd fully equal to our recommendation o I
them.—It you don’t find that one ol these ■!:
Pills does more good than from 4 to 6 of any I
other kind, every Agent stands teady to re I '
ceive the empty box and
Refund the Money!
These Pills are recommended as being withi I
out any equal in all Bilious attacks, aftedions I
of the Liver, the Lungs, Stomach or Bowels, B
caused by taking cold or obstructed perspira- I
lion. They carryoffthe bile,cleansethe pores T;
of the body, thereby letting out the insensiblo fl
perspiration through its accustemed channel ■
and relieving at once the internal organs. Also H
in old chronic atfeclions, as Dyspepsia. Sick B
Headache. Rheumatism, &c. Mind the Pi- fl
rer.tions which go with each box.
Every Agent has Circulars ot these Pills to
giveaway. H
HALF A PILL
is the usual dose, though some require one H
PILL or even more. Children of one year ■
over, one-fourth of a Pill—of 7 vears and over ■ &
halt a Pill. These P.U* are PURELY PE* Rf
UETABLE, and may be taken under all cir» ■ - :
cumstances without regard to drink or diet.
JCJ-For Sale by Druggists and Traders gen I
erally, in each Town and Village in the conn H
and State.
Etna Insurance
Compan y,l
OF
HARTFORD, CT.
Capital 300,000 JOollarsM
Wtlhlibesty tc increase l he same to Hal jam
Million of Dollars,
OFFER to insure Dwelling-Housel
Stores, Mills, Manufactories, BarnsM
Shipsund VesseUwhilein port.oron thejB
stocks,Goods and every other species offl
insurable persona! property,against/os* fl
or damage byjire, at as low rales ofpre- H
mium as any similar institution in good fl;
standing.
GIDEON H. HOLLISTER,*genr. H
Office in the brick building, South st,
Litchfield, Nov. 26,1847.

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