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Charier O. Bclden, ' Attorney at Law. femes in Seymour’s buii.oiyo, south street, i.iTUHrrrr.B, corn Frederick D. Bee man, Attorney and Connselor at Law. Commissioner of Deed.» for the State ef New York. • rriCK in setmour’s building, litchfield, conn George A. Ilickox, —•Attorney at Law.— OFFICE OYER POST-OFFICE, LITCHFIELD, CON 5. Henry B. Graxes, Attorney and Counselor at Law, OFFICE Iff SEYMOUR’* BUILDIX&. SOUTH STREET, LITCHFIELD, COffX. Henry S. Sanford, Attorney aud Counselor at Law. Notary Public and Commissioner for New York. __OFFIEE AT NEW MILFORD, tOSS. David F. IIolltotei% Attorney and Connselor at Law. OlUDGEPOllT.CONN. II. K. Bostwiek, 31. ||. Physician aud Surgeon. Removal.— Dr. flo.twick tins removed his Yesidenee to the house of A. C. Smith, .South.t. OFFICE OVER C ADAM.’ STORE. LITCHFIELD,CONN. i . 31. Hooker, DEYTIST, LITCHFIELD* CONN, E. AY. Blake, DENTIST, LITCHFIELD, CONN. G. Bronson, BESIDES DEMIST, i SALISBURY, CON N . W uliahn r<alleii, ■Bookseller, Bookbinder, Si 'tiouer, and Otneral Ayeut for the various Mayazines, Newspapers, tie. ARC A DE, VV A TE It U U tl Y.CO.V X. k Robert M. Treat, Manufacturer of Coro Shelters, Churns. Safety Ttty or Thill Irons, eke. SOUTH FARMS, CONN*. COTHREN’S HISTORY OF Ancient W o o «1 b u r y FOR *Al.r. ATTHI*0rf*IC . A, S. Itulitwin, Watch-Maker ami Jeweler. FIRST DOOR S3CTIJ OF THE R *FfE. J. G. BATTERS ON’S nx a, a, a x. e vj o i\ jl 3, Hartford, Conn. Monumonlann.l Tombs of American and Italian Marble, Baptismal Fools, Mural tablets, Urnt, Vaat'H, .Mantles, Table tops, Italian tile for Floors, he. constantly on hnnd or Ose. furnished loonier. 1853 Must beSold. ARE THEY CHEAP 7 1 piece Maroon colored Alnpnren. 25< I do do tin'll Purametta, 15c 1 do Mourning Parisian, 25c 1 do Green I’arameita, worth 50c 85c 100 yd* ol mixed .Samuel, heavy, at 50c 100 yds of Tweeds, " 33c Alla: BRADFORD'S Cheap Store, Wolcotiville. -Yimr /m 500 tuishels Putirtocs at 50c 20tN) Ilia of Full Butter 25c 2000 lbs Guoil Rve Flour 4 00 per hundred 3000 llisu aid White Cheese 10c In rx-Aungr for Goods, at BRADFORD'S. P. S.—If the market price runs higher than the above figure*, wo are bound to pay it. Wolcotiville, Nov. 1, 1851. 28 THE GREEK St Jt WE I Bum-Inline, Venn*. FI urn, Hebe unit llio Ilnur lug l.lrl ! THE above celebrated Statues, together aitli Fifteen Statuette* in Brume mill •ever*! hundred Magnificent Oil Painting*, form the collection of prize* to lie distributed ummig the member*ol the Cosmopolitan Art Associa tion at the lirat annual dtstr button, in Jor.narv next. The Cosmopolitan Art and Literary ASSOCIATION, ^Organized for the Encouragement and (ieneral Dilution of Literature and the Fine Art* on a new and or.ginal plan. The Committee of Management have the V Insure ol announcing that the First Annual halnbotion »til tul’e place on the 30th ol J amt ary next, on which o-cnM.m there will be dintrr Imtod or nllmied to members several hundred Works of Art, among which is the or ginnl and 'worltl-ranowned Statue ol the Grefor Stave bv It IR AM Powers, costing over five thousand dollar*’. together win, the heautilui Statue* ol Veni'i, Bacchant!. Hebe, Flora. and die DancmuOire; • lid Gileen Statuette*in Bronxe, Imputed Irom Parts ; also, a large collection ol On. I’ai vtinos, composing some of the best pr idaciuins ol cele brated American and Foreign Artists. Plan for rhe Current Yssr. The payment of three d .llnr* constitutes anv •one a member ol this Association, ami eti’iibs bun to the Knickerbo ker Magsxine lor one year, and also a ticket in ilie distribution efthe Statuary and Painting* which are to be alluheJ to members in January. Persons taking live memberships sre entitled to ti*e of the Magazines one year, and to six enhr(x in the distribution. Person*, on becoming members, can have their Magazine commence with any month the choice and rely on us being mailed to them puimpt y on the first ol every month, direct Irom New-York. The net proreeds derived from tne sale ol memberships are devote.t to the purchase ol Works of Art lor I lie ensuiog year. Boors open lo receive names --ii lbs Eas'ern office, New-York, or Western office Sandusky. I’he Gallery ol Art la located al Sandusky, (the Western office of the Association,) where superb Granite Buildings have been erected for it, and in whose spacious saloon* the splendid collection of Statuary and IVnting* isexbibited. The Aitvanf ngr* Secured %y becoming a member of this Association are — 1st. AM persons receive tlir foil value ol iheir ruHsertption at the start, in the shape ol sterling Magazine Literature. 2«. Each member ia eontribnting ’award pur chasing choice Works of Art, which ure tub distributed among themselves, and arc at the same time encouraging the Artists of the co m rv ■disbursing ihousau isolilo laraihr mgli itsagrnev Person* remitting lumla for membership, •tumid mark letters, • Registered.” and auto the month with which they w.*h their magazines to commence, and also their r»”«t office address in full, on the receipt ol which, a certificate of membership, together with the magazine desired wdi be far warded to auv nan ol the country. Those who purchase Magaxme.ai Bookstores ■will oh* rve that by joining this Association, they receive ihe Magazine and Fr*e Ticket in the annual distribution, all at the same price tiler now pav for the Magazine alone. f Bust rued Catalogues of the whole collection —nt on application, ires of charge. •3* Office* of the Association, atihe Knick erbocker Ms vagina office, 318 Broadway, New Y’tk, ud ll Jia ’66 Water Street, Sandoakv, Okie Address (at either office) lor membership, ' ’ C. L. DERRY. Dm- 1834- Actuary C. A. A L. A. • New Fall Goods ! A Splendid Assortment OF Gent’s and Ladies’ Dress Goods and Trimmings of all descriptions, for sale very low, consisting in 'part of IS pieces French Mermoes and Paramettas— sery low. 40 pieces French and American plain and fig ured, fancy and moarning Muslin DeLaines and DeHatzes cheap. Black and co'ored Alpaccas and Poplins, black and colored plant, striped and piaid Dress Silks. 100 pieces f nicy and mourning Calicoes and heavy Ginghams; Brocha, Thibet and cashmere bBlwtj ; Kubroy wool long Shawls; Carpets, t hoi nets and S heetirigs-*-Sleaehrd and brown, ready-made Cljt'iing—Overcoats, Coats, Vests, Pants, Shirts, under Shin* and Drawers; Cloths, j Cassimeres, Sa incus and Tweeds ; Linens. ■ Diapers Hosiery, Gloves, Ac; white Muslins of | all uescrplinrs, silk and velvet Dress Trimmings | in any quantity. Also—Groceries, Crockery, Geese Feathers, j fee. Produce minted in payment. i iCT Sturts, Wrappers and Drawers given out ’ io he made up, in any quantity desired. S. N. BRONSON. Litchfield, Oct. 9th, 1854. 24 New Goods! Prices Reduced! F.D.McNEJL First Door Fast uj lhe Court ITouse, Respectfully announces to the public that he has received his second supply of desirable Fall G >ods, and takes much pleasure in observing that dui ing his recent visit to New York he has taken advantage of the extraordi nary depression in many kindsof Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, to make such purchases as will enable him to place before his customers a well-selected assortment of Ladies' and Gent's Dress Goods at very low prices linstock of Ladies’ Dress Goods is very large, consisting in pari ol Meri iocs, Pa ramettss, plan and figured DeLsincs, Carhmerea. Alp.iccas, DeBeges, plaid Cloaking ana Linings. Brocha and .Mantle Shawls—both long and square, Trunks. Carpet Bags. Ac. Gent's Kurnisuixu Goods.—G'oves, Cravats. Broadcloths. Beaver and Pilot Cloths, Silk, Vel vet, Farmer’s Satin. Ac. Also, n full supply o! Groceries, Croekerv and Glass Ware, Flour, FYed, Ac. cousiai.tli on hand. Oct. 16. Fall Goods! ~ Til E subscriber has just returned from New York, wnha tall and choice assortment ol Goods in hm Lite of business, adapted to the approach ing* -as hi—c imp ising everything which .s new and desira he in style mat the mat lie t a (fords, in — Cloths, Cassimeres and Vesltntjs.— Having laid in an unu-ually large and varied assortment ol Fall Goods, he i- prepared to ac commodate the public with everything in lie Clothing Line at snort n nice, and on the most reasonable terms. Hissiok of Cloths is decidedly the largest ever brought intothis market; his assortment is imiisually' ompb'te.snd he will aim tokeep well supplied with go ‘ds suitable to the season. Idas simeres.of all the new styles may be found at 11is Emporium, and a splendid a-sortment ol Black >jeokins. Cossuncres,Ac Also, Vestings —a choice lot of fancy and black Siik and Satin, and whit he considers the most elegant lot of Isncv Silk Velvets and Piush Vestings. These G >ids will be made up in a style of workmanship no! surpassed, and perfect tits in all cases ;tt tran’ied. Ills stock ol READY-MADE CLOTHING is tbc largest in this vicinitv, and all tastes can he lilted on the m ist reasonable terms. Besides, An endless Variety of Furnishing Goods, embracin'; a large assortment of Shir's, Collars, •Stocks, Tie", Cravats, Scarfs, Gloves, Gauntlets, Hosiery,underShirts and Drawers Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Ac. Ac. [ believe in the maxim that Goods wef! bought nrv already half sold. If any article which 1 sell should prove defi ient, I pledge mvself to make it good, if notified bv the purchaser. As I expect to buy foron«h, 1 have decided tondopt tlieensh system as far ns practicable—and no account will he permitted to sinful over six months, if Cutting done at short notice. Fall and Winter Fashions just received. T. II RlCllARDS. .*»ept.25th. 1854. “I NEW GOODS11 Cloths, Cassimcres, A’c. BLA('K, Blue, Brown,Green,Claret French Cloths, hi almost nny price; Black mid Fancy I 'assimkrks—just received, n lot of heavy Fancy C issimerrs nt SO cts. Also some heavy 6-1 Overcoating, suitable foT winter Overcoats, nt 50 cts; also Tweeds, Sutinetts, Sheep’s Greys Ac Sir. Ready-made Clothing of every des criptor); fine Black C issnnere Vests sold for ♦2 00, made to order; Pantaloons, Coats, Over coats, Shins, Drawers. &e. DRESS GOODS The best iw«ortm**nt in the County, wuch ns Blnck nnd Colored Merinoes. Ho d«» Paramrtta*, I'crpinn CkniU., »••*««* uow at vie of plnifl I1 (\. linn, \tou*lin De Lames, Debases Gingham?, &C-, &c.t See. SILK GOODiA. Some of those splendid Black Silkn, wuch as havn been Kept nt the Granite Store. Elegant Vlaid and Br»»chn Silk*, good enough t»«r a Ibide'a Dress, lor 62 to 73 cents—cheaper than ever wold. Every description of Silk for limn?*, <Stc., &c. i> i:i:ss TJtEJi.igi.vas. Velvet Rihhons of nil widths; Gimps and Ribbons of all descriptions for trimming of the tallest Styles, Buttons, Cords and Tassels, Silks tor Linings Ac., Ac. MOURNING GOODS. Ta r»»ci»!nr attention given in the selection of Black Del,wines, M turning (tinglutm*, Eng lish Crapes, Mourning W«ede and every thing wanted ol this kind of Goods. Cotton Goods. Sheetings, Shirtings, kc., Ac., of altno«t every description. C.iRRETI.Va, aSV. Carpets, Window Shades Floor Mn'tings, Paper Hangings, Oil Cloths, Druggets, Table • ml Piano Covers, Table Cloths, etc. GKOnBEIBS. Su.«*r* of nor kind and oriee ; Teas a« good as can lip Inntid m the Si.u,—pte.se call Slid try it; Molasses. Sob, Fish, Ac. Ac. Ac. 200 Casks ol N ails, fr im the smallest to tix inch Spikes. CROCKERY. Particular attention paid to the «el»ct:on of this article, and a good assortment c instantly kept on hand and at prices a- low as con be b< ught elsewhere. BOOTS & SHOES. Boots and Shoes of iltn >st every kind and des -ription— and a room devoted entirely to •hat trade »-The subscriber is determined on keeping as good a S'ork ol Goods as can be found in I the Siate—and every thine sold, if not as repre ' tented, can b*t returned and money refunded. GKO. n. WADII.VM8. GtXXlTE CT ixe. ) Wolcottville. Si pi. 22d, 1A54 \ . Wanlrd i For which Gash or Goods will he paid, a! ih, hijtheat market prices -Butter, Cheese, Potatoes 'Vinter Apple*, Lumber, Ac. Ac- 82 GFXTS Faney,Common,and ex'ra Slip.by M. AT. i XKXLZ INEEY AND DRESS-MAKING. ; ISS J. G. FARNSWORTH has returned ; iTJ. from New York, having attended the Mil linery opening for Fall Fashions in that city, of ! the 25th of Sept.—and is now ready to receive orders or calls from any who would like to ex ' amine the largest and best assortment of Mtlli nerv and Fancy G rods ever brought to this J village, and whioh will be sold cheap, j Rthbens and Feathers, French and American 1 artificial Flowers, Silks Satins and Velvets, : Mode and Bmnbazine, French and English I Crape, a splendid assortment of needle work— Collars, Sleeves andChemisettes. Insertions and Edgings, Ciieneil and Mohair Head Dre-ses, 1 something newol Gloves—the best of K d. Silk, Worsted and Lisle Thread; good styles of Dress Trimmings, white and colored Hosiery. Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs for 33 et», and j Some much cheaper; Fancy Goods and Toys of every description; Sira ws verv cheap. Ladies please cad and examine for yourselves. All orders of Millinery and Dress-Making promptly executed. Keadr-made flats always on hand, and also ; Mourning. FourDosn Went theCourl-IIouse; West Hain St. I Litchfield. Oct. 2. M 1NSION HOUSE, WM.H. GROSSMAN. HAVING taken this House, the subscriber is prepared to extend to travelers and others the bestol accommodations “for man ana beast.” j The Hotel is located in the pleasantest part of the village, and no effort will be spared to render it at all times adesirable hemeforthose who may visit the place. To the nu mbers of the Bar and ! others of Litchfield County, lie has only to say \ that the reputation the House has possessed lor . the last twenty years will be fully sustained. I Connected w t't the Hotel is a Livery Stable, ! where good teams imv be had at any time. ; Litchfield, May, 1834. •Vo tire. | TIIEunderaigntd wouldrespactfullynnnounce ' to his cusiotners and the public generally that ; he continues in the IOOK8ELL1NG business At the Arcade. Waterbary, Conn. wharelte is prepared to fill aay ordersin hisline with which he may be entrusted, witn the same | regularity and despatch which has distinguished his operations herenilore. Particular .mention is paid to subscrip'ions for ! Magazines and ether periodical .tr serial works, winch are forwarded by the earliest mails in the neatest and most substantial manner w ithout in jury to the Engravings. Orders lor Books tit all Languages, in all ex tant editions, whether published at home or abroad, whether rare or common—as well as for i Music, Engravings or other objects of taste.ele ganco or curiosity, w ill be promptly a'ten.led to. i Books and heavy pamplets sent by express or as may be otherwise ordered. Local agents sup pltad on lavoraole terms. Address I WILLIAM PATTON, 4mIS Waterbury, Conn. Over 100,000 B'ljrrs sold in j months ! DEVINES’ COMPOUND , PITCH L33SI793. THE GREAT REMEDY IS AT T.AST DISCOVERED, For Colds. Coughs, Whooping Cough Croup, Asthma and Consumption. CERTIFICATES of Cores may be found in the circulars, and the world iachallenged to pru ; duce such cures as are effected by faithfully using this cheap and pleasant luxury. I Manulaetured by 8. D. FULLER &. CO. 1 Wilson lane, Boston, .'lass. For sale by A. C. Smith, Litchfield; Win Henne, general wholesale agent lor New York, the western, middle and sou hern States. Sold by druggists and merchantsg ncrally throughout i the country ; also, hy the ruanulacturera, No. 4 Wilson la.ie, Boston, Mass. 22 New Pall Goods! BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, &c., &c. J'U.'-T received, a very large and general as sortment of all kinds <>f Bo .is and Shoessuit able for the season; lOOo pa rs ptircl as^d at I auction the past week, and can probably b: sold ! for cash at less prices than can be found else where in the county. Persons having a little -eadv money abou their clothes arc respectfully invited to call and examine quality and prices. O .k and Hemlock Sde Leather lor sale as usual. SAMUEL CLOCK, West Main Street. Also, agent for tl-esale of Dr. Beers’ celebrated Hair I onic, lor relieving baldness and restoring i gre\ hair to its natural color. -Nothing like it; , try it. Litchfield, Sept. JSth, 1854. Employment for Agents. SEVERAL thousand energetic and trustwor thy young men are wanted to act as Agents, both local and traveling—-:!] every Stare of the Union, for the sale of a pate mod article, if msnu factnrenow in extensive demand. Pile exclusive : right for the United States ts owned hv the ad vertisers, and agents of capacity and business tact can easily earn two hundred dollars per month, and no capital required. Kxtracts from communications from our Accnts. " I herewith enclose yi u adrafi for-dollars, j deducting one hundred and ninety-seven dollars as my commission on mv sale ol the ln«t month (Signed,) E. Reed ” ; “l shall realize as commission on my sa'es ihis month about one hundred and seventy-live I dollars. E.C.Eim.p." The occupation win ,,,„ t.&*t,c .ntl gsntV i manly employment—a* k curable us it is profit j 3 hie. No Agent will t>e accepted nn'es* able to produce substantial testimonials as to character , and industry. Saiari-s will be arranged for 'lie first year if preferred. fso many saswers to advertisements are f r warded from motives of idle curiosity only, the adver'isers will consider no application unless accompanied hv one d -liar as evidence of sin cerity, when full nnriicnlars will be f rwarded. ( Address BURNS, BENEDICT Sc CO Baltimore, Aid. To the substantial nature of the enicrpr'se. w e icier to Kenneth Sc I'.le, LeRoy, S .ns A, Co. ; Also to Hani'bon R. Wear (lltio; lion. (’. M. Dennis, Rhode Island; and M. Ray, Key West ! st. 2S ■ |____ JfAtlU WlA'h X'l 4 Aa JU S . IjlOR SALE at the Mills ot the subscriber it: W ashington, Gram. Meal, and Provender, Plas'er, Clover am) Timothy Seed. &e , Sec. Chain Pears, wholesa e and retail; llovey’s jS.raw Cu'iers ard Cairn Siiellers. Plows am. Scrapers, Furnace Castings of every • raiription. Mill Sliai s and Gearing, V\ atrr Wheels, ic. C3~ Machinert of all Kinds, built andrepaired ; , Shading, Pnliets and Hang, rs ot evcri kind. ! In store. Dry Goods and Groceries. Nails and 'spikes, Hardware and Cutlery. Sit ivels, spades. I .Manuie Forks, il xrs Piti hfoiks.Coil Chain anti Rope of various s zcs. li’aa/rd—Scrap Ikon in any quantity. | H. Baldwin. ' Washington, March 1954. *• A few more left of the same sort.*9 F* RK..NCH an«i iScmch Ginghams. French and English Muslins and Lawns. White E obroidered Rohrs. Plain Mull, an l Y usitns tor Dresses. Long and rthort Mitts. Under Sieevee, Chemisettes, Embroidered Rands, Muslin and Cambric Edgi ngs and In serting*, Parasols, dec , ai! suitable lor the sea son, at BRADFORD’S Cheap Store in Wolcotlvillc. At tjie OU Store, fird door north of C. S. Church’s Do'el in Wolcottvilie, A. G Brad Ford has a first rate r ssor mmi of Hosi-ry, Gloves, Mitts, lldkfs und Embroidered Goods— cheap. Just Arrived. HTR AM J\CKSON has just returned from New York with the latest Fall and Winter Fashions ot H its and Caps—comprising _B:ack M'deskm, Wlrte Beaver, Wide A wake, Know Nothing and Kossuth Ha's. Children’s lla sand Caps every description. Plush and Fur Caps „| all kind-1. Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Furs, Buffalo Robes, &c Ac. of every q ta'itv and at all prices O^Evervthing usually lound at a Hat and Cap Store will b. kept constantly on band and for tale chran. H. JACKSON, ^ept. -5th, 1554 X2 SBangatnc Railroad. t-ir.* An ima rrn Winter Arrangement,commencing Dee. Utk, 1854. TRAINS OUT OP BRIDGEPORT. First Passenger Train leaves Bridgeport for Winsted, ai 10 00 A. M., or on arrival of the 7 A. 51. Train from New York, and connecting at the Junction with the 9 50 A. M Train from New Haven. First Freight Train leaves Bridgeport I for Winsied at 1110 A. M., receiving pas sengers from the 8 A. M. Train from New Ynr'k. Second Passenger Train leaves Bridge port for Waterbury at 5 40 P.M.,oron the ar rival of the 3.00 P. M. Express Train from New York,connecting at the Junction with the 5 30 P.M. Train from New Haven. TRAINS INTO BRIDGEPORT. First Passenger Train leaves Winsted at 6 00 A. M-, connecting at the Junction with a Train to New Haven, and at Bridge port with the 9.35 A M Train to New York. First Freight Train will leave Waterbury fnrBridgepert at 9 50 A M, arriving a! Bridge port in time to take the I 15 P. M. Express train from New Haven to New York. Second Passenger Train leaves Winsted a! 1 33 P M connecting at the Junction with a Train to New Haven, and at Bridgeport with the 415 P M Train t« New York. SCJ=> The Freight Trains have Passenger Accommodations. stage LINES. Bradley’s Stage irnm Woodbury, South bury. Sxu'hfnrd, and Oxford, will connect ai Seymour (llumpbrcysville)uiib the S13 A M Train down. Returning, leaves every day on the - nival „f ih«. lo.oo AM TrainfromBridge port. No evening Stage after this date. Me Neils Stage from W aterl own, w ill con nect at Waterbury every day w;ih the 8 31 AM Train down. Returning on arrival of the 10 00 A M Train from Bridgeport, and on Saturdays from the i 40 P M Train, Fenn’s Stagefrom Litchfield willconnect at Lit< hlrld Station with mail Train each way, daily. F. L Allen’s Stage from Bethlcm will con nect at Waterbury, with the S 31 A. .M. train down, and returning on arrival of the 10 00 A. M. Train from Bridgeport, on Tucs days, Thursdays and Saturdays. Horace Skinner’s -stage from Otis, Cold Spring, New Boston, Coiebrook River and ( Hitchcocksville, will eonnect daily with the j 1.33 P. M . train from Winsted, and r»tur» on the arrival of the 10.00 A. M. train from j Bridgeport. A deduction of five cents is made when Tickets are •urcha-ed at the offices. W. D BISHOP. Superintendent. Bridgeport, Dec. 9, ISM. jR. Sftcrriman. .Feireler, —ATT HE OLD STAND.— i'ATCn-f! ErAIRING AND JeWELINS one in the very best manner, by careful and experienced work man. A iso. on hand, a ehaire selection ol pood and well-made Watches. Jewelry. Ac. which will be sold at reduced prices. The best ol Silver Ware, made expressly for retail. Coffin Plates constantly on hand, aadengrr ting done at short notice. Luaiifield, June 1834 "O' SSTCT At Use New Jewels y Store. KEEPS constantly on hand a well se'ecter assortment of sh >et music. Receiving fresl supplies weekly from New York, he will be abb lo accommodate his customers with the lates compositions, st New York retail prices. June 5th. A. S. BALDWIN. American Artists' Union ! 'I'HE American Artists* Ciiion. ■ would respectfully announce to the citizen of the United States and the Canadas, that hi the purpose if cultivating a ia-te lor the finear'r throughout the country, and with a view o enabling every fanvly to become possessed of a gallery of Engravings, By the First Artists of the Age, They have determined, in order to create an extensive saie for their Engravings, and thus not only give employment to a large number ol artists and others, but inspire armw*g our coun trymen a taste for works ot art, to present to tile purchasers of their engravings, when 25c,000 o 250.000 liiFT.S of the Actual Cost of .$150,000 Each purchaser of a One Dollar Engraving, therefore receives not ori'y an Engraving richly i worth the money, but also a ticket wit ch entitle1- j him lo one ol the (J dis when they are distributed. I For Five Dollars a highly-finished Engraving j painted in Oil, and Free Hi ft Ticket« will be sent i —or Five Dollars worth of splendid Engravings j can be selected front the Catalogue and sent by j return malt 01 express. A copy of the Catalogue, togetherw th a spe cimenofoneof the Engravings can be seen at the office ot this paper. For eaell Dollar sent, an Engra vl«'gactually j worth tha' sum, and a Gift 't icket will immedi- j ately be forwarded. AGSIT73. The Committee believing that the success ol [ th’S Great Sational Undertaking will be rnalert- | ally promoted by the energy and enterprise ol j intelligent and persevering Agents, ha ve resolved 1 to treat with such on the mo.-t liberal terms. Anv person wishing to become an Agent, by sending t post paid.) 8 i, will receive bv returned mail, a One Dollar Engraving, a Gift Ticket, a Prospectus, a Catalogue and all other necessary information. On me final completion of the sale, the Gifts will be placed in the hands ol a Committee ol the purchasers to be distributed, due notice ol which will he given throughout the United States and the Canadas. I.ist of Gifts. 100 marble busts ol Washington, at $100 $10,000 100 Ciay, I'K) 10 two too Webster, 100 10,000 100 Calhoun, 100 1C,000 j oOelegant Ot! Paintings,in splendid gtit frames, size 3x4 It each, 100 5 000 j lOttelcgant Oil Pannings, 2x31> each, 50 5,000 500eteel plate Engravings, brilliantly ■ colored in Oil, rich gilt Irames, 24x30 in. each, 10 5,000 10.000 elegant steel plate engravings, eo’oreri in oil, of the W ashington Monument, 20x26 m. each, 4 40,000 j 237.000 steel plate engravings, from 100 ciiirerent plates now in posset session o! and owned by the Art ists’ Union.ol the market vaine of from oil cents to $1 each. 41,000 : 1 first-class Dwelling in 31st street. New York citv, 12,000 ! 22 Bu-'ding l.ots :n lOOand 101st sts, N. Y-c.'v, each 25x100 |t deep, at 1000 22.000 ; 100 Villa f-ites, conttpniBg each l o ots) square feet, in the suburbs of New York citv, and commanding a inagn ticent view of 'he Hudson river and Loug Is ami Sound, at 300 50,003 20 perpetual loans ot cash, w ithout interest orsecu.ity, of 8250 each, 5 000 50 do do 100 do 5,000 1)0 do do 50 do 5,000 j 250 do do 20 do 5.000 j 2,500 do do do 10,0 0 Reference in regard to the Real Estate, f. J. VtssciiER &Co. Real Estate Brokers, New York. O-ders, ipost pa'd' with money enclosed, to be addressed, J. W. HOI.BROOKE, Sec\y, 505 Broadway, N. Y. fO" The Engravings in ihe Catalogue are now ready for delivery. ~ 28 Blacksmiths f WANTED, several good blacksmiths and strikers, to work on Axes. Also, good able-bodied men to grind and polish Apply to t SAM. VV. COLLINt, ColUnsiille, Conn. v •** • ** ‘**'U At the Old Brick, — First Boor lVest of the Court-House— MAY be found a new stock of Boots and shoes,tspring fashions for 1854. We are now prepared to offer to die people of Litchfield County altogether the best and larger stock of Bouts and shoes that was ever brought in this town. Our stock consists of every variety of style imaginable; it would be uselessand impos sible to name the different sty'es of so large a stock as we have at this time—we therefore say to all, come and see for yourselves, for our stock only need be seen to prove the truth of what we say. Not approving of the humKuging svstem, we would here say, as to prices—they shall he uniform, some as high as the highest and some as low as the lowest. We would here in thishu . b!e manner tender our heartfelt thanks to all for their past favors, and most respectfully invite them to give us a call before they make their snring purchases. MEAFOY & TROWBRIDGE. Litchfield, May 11th. 1854. N. B. We have a few notes and accounts on hand of which we should be most happv to dis pose at cost. KJ" A word to the wise. Ac. M. & T. A. S. BA 1.5k WIN, VI AND FA I C YG OCDS. Hew Jewelry Store. THE most desirable and Deau'ifiil selection of Jewelry ever exhibited in this county. The subscriber has just opened a new store ir. South Street, aver Dr Beckwith’s drugstore, where he will sell every description of Watches. Pins, finger Rings, ear R ings Pencils, ladies’and gem’s gold wntchChains, Bracelets, cufi Pins &e.&c. £3" Every description ol watch work and re pairing executed with neatness and despatch. WATERBURY ina i’5)! c M a n :i fa do ry. PERSONS in want ol Monuments, Head Stones, Tablets, &c. can be supplied at our establishment with as chaste an article, and as cheap as at any other establishment in the state. A large collection ol Designs of the principal Monuments in Philadelphia and Greenwood Cemeteries ; also a collection of English Designs, which w it h t hose of eur own draughtir g, makes one of the best collections in the state. Please refer to Dr Samuel Bool, Dr A S Lewis or Dr G M Hooker. S. WARREN, Agent. Waterhury, April 13C3. BLANKS, BLANK BOOKS, EKYX&0PE3& ?A¥E3 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION; TOYS, PERFUSIERY, BRUSHES, ALSO, FANCY GOODS, In great variety, for sale by ELIHT7 GEER, 10 State St., Hartford, Coan. THE Store of the Subscriber will be weekly 1 replenished with *>’k\y Goods, from the New York, Boston and Philadelphia Importing Houses, nnd from all the principal American nanufacturers. Among his extensive assortment may be found all kinds of letter, Cap, Thawing, Nate and Fancy Papers; White, Buff d' Enameled Envelopes; Papier M iche, Rosetnxxl, Mahogany cf Leather Writing Desks, H 'ork Bores, fc.; Cloth, leather and Papier Mache Portefoliot, From 37X cts. to $8.00 each; All styles of Card Cases and Porte Monnaies Wallets and Pocket Books ; Steel, Silk and Kid Purses; Bankers' Cases; Lubin's Celebrated Genuine Perfumes ; Farina's Unrivaled Cologne; Bridal, Glove f TTamJBei rMej Perfumed Boxes, Building Blocks, Wood Alphabets : Velvet, Iron, Tin and India Rubber Toys ; Pearl 4' Ivory Tablets: Crying Babies ; China, Wax and Rubber Dolls; Games too numerous to mention ; Magnus, Mo-lat 4* Magic lanterns; Hair, Cloth, I/at, Tooth, Nail <$• leather Brushes Gentlemen's Dressing Cases; Slid and Horn Dressing Combs; Ivory Combs; Ladies' Companions, Sjiool Stands; All kinds Rubber Balls ; Vesta Lights; ffarmonirans. Pickwicks. Sand Toys, Tea Bells Opera Glasses, Toilet 4‘ Traveling Glasses; Thermometers and Barometers; Tooth Powder, Ilair Oils, Toilet frShaving Soaps, Chtssmen, Dominoes, Back Gammon Boards, ; Chessboards; Dice; Checkers; Sewing Birds, six kinds, from 37 to 62rents ; Penknives, Scissors and Shears ; A splendid assortment of Gold Pens, in Gold and Silver Cases , Steel Pens, Fifty Styles; Pen Nibs and Quills ; Letter Seals or Stamps, all styles; The best of War, warranted to bum free ; Water Colors, from 6 cents to $4.00 per box Fancy Paper and Glass Boxes ; Transparent, Porcelain and Paper Slates, A large assortment of Visiting fy Wedding Cards: Stationery Articles in general; Every k ind of Legal 4‘ Probate Blanks; Wedding Stationery and uFixinsf best qualities; Patent Blot Pads ; Diaries ; Ledgers, Day 4' Cash Books, Journals, iyc. Blank Notes, Drafts, Orders, Due Bills. Syc. Letter Copying Presses, Books 4* Ink; Mathematical Instruments ; Blotting Papers ; j Paper Folders and Paper Weights; Erasers; Newspaper Files and Wires ; Mouth Glue 4' Mucilage ; Indelible Inks, Black, Blue, Red .Jr Violet Inks; Inkstands, of One Hundred different varieties I All of the alwve described articles can be found in greater profusion and variety than elsewhere ; in Sew England, besides other articles too miner- \ ous to mention. Call and see for yourself. Thev will be sold at the lowest prices, either at whole sale or retail. uy~ Particular attention given to the Pafer and K.weloi-k Trade, at 10 State Street, Hartford, Ct., by ELI HU GEER. ! Cy Every kind and style of Jon, Card and Book Printing, by Steam, executed as heretofore. Large additions of New Type and Machinery are being made this year, to the already most extensive Printing Establishment of EL1HU GEER, 10 State »t • Twenty-first JUntitul Report of the LITCHFIELD MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company$ JULY 3d, 1854. ' By Cash' rec’d for Premiums on Poli cies this year 93,004 71 -To cash paid for Losses and Expenses this year .2,787 44 By whole amount of Cash rec’d for Premiums 825,618 91 jnterest rec’d on Loans 1,431 81—927,090 T9 I To whole sm’t paid for Losses & Expenses$21.998 67 | Cash now on hand 6,052 15—997,0A0.T8 To amount of Premiums charged on the books which may be coilteud it required $0,538 65 Add Cash on hand 25,052 16 Making the Capita! Stock o this Company at this time $25,290 80 There is not at this time any claims against the Company except Sixty dollars, which is ready to he paid when called for. Tne Directors of this company are confident that the planof Insurance adopted by them will meet with a hearty response from all intelligent friends oi the principle ol Mutual Insurance. . This company insure only in this state and take no risks on Mills, Goods in stores, shops, etc-,or in exposed Village or city properly, but coniine their business entirely to farm property and isolated buildings, and ilieir contents—of which not more than $2000 will be insured on one risk. This company will adjust all claims with promptness and liberality, and if at anytime a difference should arise between the parties, all such difference will be adjusted by indifferent persons in the county, encii party selecting ons, and fiYase-they do not agree, a third person shall be chosen, and the award of all, or any tw« of them, shall be final end conclusive. Otflcers of the Company• J. G, BECKWITH, President, OLIVER GOOD IV LX, Treastn tr, J-i •‘j OJV WIIU'LXG, Secretary. Directors, J. G. BECKWITH, | A S LEWIS JASON WHITING I SHELDON OSBORN OLIVER GOODWIN i DAV1DG. SANFORD SETH P. BEERS. I ROBBINS BATTELL STEPHEN OE.M1NG. SHELDON OSBORN,of Hai vrinmn. General Agent. AGENTS OF THE COMPANY. » Leman W.Cutler, Watertown; DanielB. Britismade, Washington ; Henry S. Sanfcrd, New MtTford ; Rufus Fuller, Jr. Kent ; Rich ard Smith, Sharon ; Frederick Kellogg,Corn wall; Joseph I. Gaylord, Goshen ; William M. Bur rail, Canaan ; Donald J. Warner, Sal isbury ; S. D. Northway, and John Dewell, Norfolk; Henry Jones, New Hartford;— George D. Wadhams, Torrington ; Lewis Smith, Harwinton j John C. Amhler, Belltlsm; John Abernethy and George B. Forest.Wood bury ; David C. Whittlesey, Now Preston ; Rett hen Rockwell. Colebrook ; John Hina* dale,Winsted ; S. Y. St-John, New Canaan ; E. Talmadge, Plymouth. Persons wishing to get their buildings in* sored can apply to either of the Agents, or l* the Secretary. J. G. BECKWITH, President. J * son Whitiv*. Secretary. Litchfield,July IS54. Notice, k LL persons indebted to the subscriber on A. die 1st day ol July or« expected to pup tlieir accounts immediately. OCT A word to the w ise is swffiesent. A G. BRADFORD. Woleottville, August 21st, 1854. BRONSON BROTHERS. Late t. R. Bronson & Co., Booksellers, and Stationers BOOK BINDERSand Blank-Book Mac of.i hirers. Also,dealersin every descriptive of >V rapping Paper. I. R. BRONSON, E. L. BRONSON. W aterbury, Conn. A large assortment of Classical, Thenlngi cal. Miscellaneous, Medical and SCHOOL BOOKS. American, English, and French S'atiorery, a' wholesale or retail. BLANK BOOKS of evei y descript ion on hand or made to order. SCjP» Old Books re bound, in plain nr ela gantalyle. Merchants, School Committees, Teachers, Stc., supplied on the most liberal terms. [jtily 6, 1853—8 Goose Feathers. TFIE subscribers have made arrnn.*r*",'■,,,• to keep a constant snjtrfe.*f a first rate ar (icle of okbse FEATHERS—selected and parked with great care by ourselves. in pack ages of from 20 to 50 lbs ; and will furnish at all limes any quantity from 20 to 1000 lbs,of a quality they will warrant as gcorl as the beat and at as low prices as can be purchased of equal quality in the State. S. & L. HURLBUT. Winchester, 1855. x a o a Q O a a 3 Q sc < o EC a to n 58 c« A 6l 3 Dayton Continue 10 build Church and Parlor Organs w hich they can fumi-h to Societies or to in dividual* on reasonable notice and of any size cr pattern. They also manufacture a very superior ar ticle of MelodeouS, at Wnlcoltville, where ihey have an extensive Water Power and Fac'ory, and every (scility for manufacturing to the heat advantage. Many years expen. < nee iiinkcs them confident that they are now enabled to rflVr to their friends and patrons an ai'irte not inferior to lhe|best; and ihey mean that their Instruments shall keea time wit the march of im;rovemf n', and their pries HARMONIZE with the TIME. A. & J. DAYTON. Wo’cottville, June, 1854. Bridgeport Power Compe&y 'MliH Company ate about eiecinglin a 1 central location.several buildings, each Four Hundred leet in length, fitly Jset in width, and I hree stories high, for the ptirprra it letting out propelling pi wer and roi it to inch manufacturers as ma) dca're. They will :>e provided with from three to five hun fted horse fowar and will have aeeon inotls* ions tor about 1000 workmen. Applirations nr Power and Room may he made personally tr by latter to either ot’thr rnhserihara. P T B.4RNUM. WM H NOBLE. D W TUOMPSOif,