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H0LME3 & WEILS.
FORMERLY
HOLMES & BRONSON.
RANK-STREET. Watmbpbt. Cobb.
W£ have itssoeiatvd Mr. F. D. Wells a
New York City with us. aud hope, by hi
acquaintance in market, to make still greater in
doeeinente for our friends to favor us with thei
^ We shall open every week the choicest style
and qualities of GOODS from the Boston em
New York Markets.
■epeoial attention will he paid to the Selec
Mon ef the most elegant DRESS-GOODS, and th
latest and most fashionable Spring Mantles am
Mantillas.
A largs Stock of Linens & Housekeeping Gcodi
gg* Gash and Low Prises.
HOLMES & WELLS,
Largest Dry Goods Home In the City.
Mntek 11th. 1861. tf-47
DR. E. COOPER’S
UNIVERSAL
MAGNETIC BALM ! !
fMYSIS Medicine has, and is proving Itself t
■ be the most valuable remedy for that tei
hie-soon rge.
jjlptneri».
sw a
asawssf sESSfiK
Sinful dose. 4
KT-IrtarT Cn/tft. -rarity of the attack,
n. all of the ro#m should be kepi quite moist,
%3-lffiCS thtX'm U‘he best FAM
w/r MEDICINE ene can have in Dysentery. Di
arrhoea, and Bowel Complaints it is almost in
fhlUbl*. Its efficacy in curing Neuralgia, Rheu
matism, Tooth-Ache, Headache Favan **» Aow,
and Bruise* and Lamenesses of all kinds, is un
’’ll ti°KXCLUSlVELY VEGETABLE, and may
therefore be used with perfect safety ; and yoni
own experience is the best testimony that can b#
had in refsrenoe to it; therefore.
PROVE IT FOB YOURSELF, for II *» a reme
Sr to b# at hand in every time of need.
*A Pamphlet containing full and specific ditec
Mens howPto use It in every case of disease for
which it i* recommended, accompanies each
*Thi*. Medicine, like all other valuable articles.
ha, been counterfeited; therefore in buying in
partisulas to observe that our label bearing he
tL of our signature, is on every bottle ;
£d"?.o that " Dlt. E. C’S BALM" is blown in
the glass.
Price 25 cents.
Manufactured and sold at wholesale only, by
“ PIEKPONT & CO.,
122 State-Street, Kocliester N. Y.
Pierpsnt A Co. also manufacture and keep foi
DR MANCHIUS’ SUGAR COATED TONIC
APERIENT PILLS,
for tbs cur* of Costivencss nnd Functional Dis
eases of the Stomach, Liver, and the Digestive
Organs generally. Their success in curing these
complaints has been so great that they have ac
quired the familiar name of “ Cun* All Pills.”
Price 25 cents.
DR. TMESSIER’S WORM LOZENGES—a safe,
pleasant, but effectual remedy for Worms. They
not only act as a Vermifuge, hut are the best
physic a child can take.
DB. THESSHEtt’S PROPHYLACTIC, or Fe
male Medicine, .fee Obstruct-d Menstruation. Ac.
For full particulars, see small Pamphlets which
aocompany each battle.
Price $1.
A. C. SMITH & 00. are appointed wholesale
Agents for the sale*f Hie above Medicines, from
whom Druggists and Dealers can obtain supplies!
March 26, 186L Cm-49
«j. midi a. ouu'o
Celebrated Family Flour.
Quality Amaya Uniform and Reliable.
fW^HE " C. J. HILL" Flour, manufactured ex
JL clusively from the very best White Wheat,
carefully selected frem a wide range of country,
has been a favorite brand in this city aud vicini
ty, and in Eastern markets for nearly thirty years
past, during which it has maintained an unblem
ished reputation for uniform excellence and su
periority of quality, and purchasers may rely i n
our assurance that no pains nor expense will be
■pared to keep this Flour fully up to the high
standard which we hare adopted lor it. House
koopoxsand others who desire a rich and delicate
article for BREAD and PASTRY, will find this
brand entirely satisfactory, and eminently wor
thy the marked aud widely extended approbation
and patronage which it is receiving.
The above Flour is constantly for gale by Na
thaniel A. llacon, Esq , New Haven, at his Store
house on Long Wharf, to whom we have made
large consignments, most of tire time for nearly
thirty years—and who has a large circle of ciis
turners for it, who duly appreciate its superior
f*y. CHAS. J. HILL & SON,
Merchant Millers,
Ri Chester, N. Y.
Sept. 1, 1861. 21m6°
Notice.
C. £. IVEBB,
WISHING to close iris mercantile Concerns,
offers for sale at first cost, and many Ar
ticles at less—a small assortment of DRY GOODS,
many of which are good Goods, and in de
maud. And he has recently received some
Double-Barrelled GUNS, of a good quality and
haudaome finish—with most kinds of SPORTING
MATERIALS. Powder, Shot, &e. Also—Some
Am TEAS, GROCERIES. Ac.
Litchfield, Sept 11, 1861. tf-21
Ladies’ Dress Goods.
WM. H. BRAMAN
HAS new epen a large assortment of DRESS
GOODS of the most Fashionable Styles—
be sold at
LOW PRICES.
New Grey Goods,
“ Mozambiquee,
“ Embroidered Mohairs,
*• “ Poplins,
“ Jaconet Mnslins,
“ Chintze Organdies,
“ Prints, Ginghams,
Parasols. Ac.
fjS~ 10 BE SOLD CHEAP JSJ
WM. H. BRAMAN.
May 22d, tf 5
CONSUMPTION CURED !!!
Arrival of Indian Betel!
IX NEW TOBK.
Cota Peruana for the first time For Sat
in North America !
THE INDIAN BETEL or PERUVIAN COCA
has long been known, and is daily used bi
the inhabitant* of Pern, Brazil and Ecuador, ai
the supreme and uuiversal remedy against 1 id
eases of the Lungs, especially
CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS
ASTHMA, CATARRHS,
axp COLDS.
The universal and miraculous effect of th!
' plant is not only extolled by Alexander voi
Humboldt in his book on Peru, but also recom
mended in the highest terms by our late lament
ed Capt. Herndou, U. S. N. and Lieut. Gibbon
U. 8. N., in tbelr printed Official Report on th
■xploration of the Amazon River, undertake
by order of the U S. Government.
Dr. JtJLIO SAMSON,
of Lima, Peru, has made an arrangement t
wseiee regularly a supply of the Fresh Essenc
at that plant, which is now for sale at his
lestfruig fob Lcxa Diseases, 612 Bboap4tai
Opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel. New Yotk.
Write description of your case as distinctly a
possible, and be'will communicate to you th
Perarnu inSastag frog, Debility and
Waafcnessa.
, __613-ly
(AMDS.*
<f-4B
I MAYORS OF THE
Great Cities.
We, (he undersigned Mayors, hereby cer
tify that the Druggists, Apothecaries, and
> Physicians of our several cities have signed
a document of assurance to us that the rem
edies of DB. J. O. AYER A CO., ofLowell,
(Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, Pills, Ague Cure, end
Cherry Pectoral,) have been fbond Co be
I medicines of great excellence, and worthy
the confidence of the community.
; HON. JAMES COOK,
I Mayor of LOWELL, MASS.
HON. ALBIN BEARD,
Mayor of NASHUA, N. H.
HON. B. W. HARRINGTON,
Mayor of MANCHESTER, N. H.
HON JOHN ABBOTT, _
* Mayor of CON CORD, N. H.
finis' A H. BULLOCK,
H°"* "kayor of WORCESTER. MASS.
HON. NATETL SILSBEE,
“ Mayor of SALEM. MASS.
• HON. F. W. LINCOLN, Jr.,
Mayor of BOSTON, MASS.
HON. WH. M. HODMAN,
Mayor of PROVIDENCE. R. L
HON. AMOS W. FBENTIOE,
Mayor of NORWICH, CONN.
HON. J- N. HARRIS,
Mayor of NEW LONDON, CONN
HON. CHAS. S. RODIER,
Mayor of MONTREAL, C. E.
HON. D. F. TIEMANN,
Mayor of NEW YORK CITY.
HON. H. M. KINSTREY,
Mayor of HAMILTON, C. W.
HON. ADAM WILSON,
Mayor of TORONTO, O. W.
HON. R. M. BISHOP,
Mayor of CINCINNATI, OHIO.
HON. I. H. CRAWFORD,
Mayor of LOUISVILLE, KY.
HON. JOHN SLOAN,
Mayor of LYONS, IOWA.
HON. JAMES McFEETERS,
Mayor of BOWMANVTLLE, O. W.
HON. JAMES W. NORTH,
Mayor of AUGUSTA, ME.
HON. HENRY COOPER, Jr.,
Mayor of HALLO WELL, ME.
HON. JAMES 8. BEEK,
Mayor of FREDERICTON, N. B.
HON. WILLARD NYE,
Mayor of NEW BEDFORD, MASS.
HON. J. BLAISDELL,
Mayor of FALL RIVER, MASS.
HON. W. H. CRANSTON,
Mayor of NEWPORT, B. I.
HON. FRED STAHL,
Mayor of GALENA, ILL.
HON. JOHN HODGDEN,
Mayor of DUBUQUE, IOWA.
HON. THOMAS CRUTCHFIELD,
Mayor of CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
HON. ROBERT BLAIR,
Mayor of TUSCALOOSA, ALA.
HON. R. D. BAUGH,
Mayor of MEMPHIS, TENN.
HON. GERARD STITH,
Mayor of NEW ORLEANS, LA.
HON. H. D. SCRANTON,
Mayor of ROCHESTER, N. Y.
HON. DE WITT C. GROVE,
Mayor of UTICA, N. Y.
HON. GEO. WILSON,
Mayor of PITTSBURG, PA.
HON. C. H. BUHL,
Mayor of DETROIT, MICH.
HON. HEMAN L. PAGE,
Mayor of MILWAUKEE, WIS.
HON. W. W. VAUGHN,
Mayor of RACINE, WIS.
HON. A. FARR,
Mayor of KENOSHA, WIS.
HON. JOHN C. HAINES,
Mayor of CHICAGO, ILL.
HON. M. J. A. HEATH,
Mayor of SELMA, ALA.
HON. A. J. NOBLE,
Mayor of MONTGOMERY, ALA.
HON. W. S. HOLYBAD,
Mayor of COLUMBUS, GA.
DON ESPARTERO MANUEL,
Mayor of VERA CRUZ.
DON PIETRE DE CABALLO,
Mayor of MEXICO.
DON ESTEPHANIE RODRIGUES,
Mayor or HAVANA.
DON ANTONIO E CHE VERA,
Mayor of LIMA, PERU. {
DON M. G. MILANGNO,
Mayor of VALPARAISO, CHILI.
DON MARO SESQUIPEDALIA,
Mayor of RIO JANEIRO, BRAZIL.
Certify that the resident Druggists hare
assured them
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla
IZa an excellent remedy, and worthy the con
fidence of the community.
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla.
For Spring Disease*.
Far Purifying the Blood.
For Scrofula or King’s Evil.
For Tumors, Ulcers, and Sore*.
For Eruptions and Pimple*.
For Blotches, Blains, and Boils.
For St. Anthony’s Fire, Rose, or Ery
For Tetter or Salt Rheum. fslpelas.
For Scold Head and Ringworm.
For Cancer and Cancerous Sores.
For Sore Eyes, Sore Ears, and Humors.
For Female Diseases.
For Suppression and Irregularity.
For Syphilis or Venereal Diseases.
For Liver Complaints.
For Diseases of the Heart.
The Mayors of the chief cities of the Uni
ted States, Canadas, and British Provinces,
Chili, Peru, Brasil, Mexico, and in fact al
most all the cities on this continent, have
' signed this document, to assure their people
1 what remedies they may nse with safety and
confidence. But our space will-only admit
a portion of them.
I -
B
1 Ayer’s Sarsaparilla,
Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral,
l Ayer’s Pills, and
Ayer’s Ague Cure,
’ PREPARED BT
s Dr. J. c. Ayer * Co,
5 LOWELL, MASS.,
And sold by Druggists every where.
The Highest Market Price
PAID for Butter, Cheese and Eggs, by
T. H. RICHARDS.
West Street. March 25th. 1861. tf-49
PAPER-HANGINGS,
A LARGE Assortment, and will be sold very
low, at 1
uevei. LH',.R«HABD5, CHEAP STORE.
March 26tb, 1861, tf.49
“ They Go Right to the Spot.”
INSTANT BELIEF! Stop your Cough 1 Pu
rify you- Breath ! Strengthen your Voice!
Spalding’* (Throat Cwfectious
ASM
GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN,
GOOD FOR LECTURERS,
GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS,
GOOD FOR SINGERS.
GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES.
Gentlemen carry
SPALDING'S THBOAT CONFECTIONS.
Children cry for
SPALDING’S THBOAT CONFECTIONS.
They relieve a Cough instantly.
They clear the Throat.
They give strength and volume to the voice.
They impart a delicioue aroma to the breath.
They are delightful to the taete.
They are made of simple herbs and cannot harm
any one.
I advise every one who hag a Cough or a Hus
ky Voice or a bad Breath, or any difficulty of the
Throat, to get a package of my Throat Confce
tions, they will relieve you instantly, and you
will agres with me that •• they ge right to the
iYou will lad them very useful usd
j pleasant wbila travailing er attending public
meetings for stilling yeur Congh er allaying
j y°ur tuirst. If you try ane package I am aafe in
saying that you will ever afterward* *oastdor
1 them indis|>ensible. You will find them at the
Druggists and Dealers in Medicines.
PKICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
My signature is on each package. All others
arc counterfeit.
A Package will be scut by mail, prepaid, oa re
ceiptof Thirty Cents.
Address, HENBY C. SPALDINO.
15 Ne. 48 Cedar Street, New York.
NervousHeadache
By the use of these Pills the periodic attacks of
Yervous or Sick Headache may be prevented ; and if
aken at the commencement of an attack imme
liate relief from pain and sickness will be
obtained.
They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and
Headache to which females are so subject.
They act gently upon the bowels,—removing
Cosliveness.
For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females,
and all persons of sedentary habits, they are valua
ble as a Laxative, improving the appetite, giving
one and vigor to the digestive ergans, and restor
ing the natural elasticity and strength of the
whole system.
The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of long in
vestigation and carefully conducted experiments,
having been in use many years, during which
time they have prevented and relieved a vast
imonnt of pain and suffering from Headache,
whether originating in the nervous system or from
deranged state of the stomach.
They are entirely vegetable in their composi
tion, and may be taken at all times with perfect
safety without making any change of diet, and
the absence of any disagreeable taste renders it easy to
administer them >o children.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS 1
The genuine have five signatures of Henry C.
Spalding on each Box.
Sold by Druggists and all ether Dealers in Med
icines.
A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on receipt
of the
r It ICE 25 CENTS.
All orders should bo addressed to
HENRT C. SPALDING,
301 y 49 Cedar Street, New-Tork.
Or to WEEKS & PORTER, Boston,
Sole Wholesale Agents, for New England.
RtTNOLDPBURG, Fbanklin Co., Ohio, )
| January 9, 1861. J
IIinrt C. Spalding, No. 48 Cedar st., N. Y. :
Dcar Sir : Inclosed find twenty-five cents,
(25,) for which send box of "Cephalic rills.”
■Send to address of Rev. Win. C. Filler, Rey
noldsburg. Franklin Co., Ohio.
Four Pills work like a (harm—turt Headache al
most inslanttr.
Truly yours, Wu. C. Fili.br.
Yfailanti, Mich., Jan. 14, 1861.
Mr. Spalding—Sir :
Not long since I sent to yon for a box of
Cephalic Tills for the cure of the Nervous Head
ache ami Costiveness, and received the same, and
they had so good an effect that I was induced to send for
more, l’lcase send by return mail. Direct to
A. R. Wheeler, Ypsiianti, Mich.
From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va.
Cephalic Pills accomplish the object for which
they were made, viz : Cure of headache in all its
forms.
From the Daily News, Newport, R. I.
Cephalic Pills are taking the place of all kinds.
From the Democrat, St. Cloud, Minn.
If you are, or have been troubled with the
headache, send for a box, (Cephalic Pills,) so
that you may have them in case of an attack.
From t lie Advertiser, Providence, R. I.
The Cephalic Pills are said to be aremarkably
effective remedy for the headache, and one of
the very best for that very frequent complaint
which has ever been discovered.
HF"A single bottle of SPALDING’S PREPARED
GLUE will save ten times its cost annually.
SPALDING’S PREPARED GLUE!
SPALDING’S PREPARED GLUE!
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
SAVE THE PIECES!
ECONOMY! DISPATCH!
|g”‘‘A Stitch in Tike Saves Nine!”
As accidents will happen, even in well regu
lated families, it is very desirable to have some
cheap and convenient way for repairing Furni
ture, Toys, Crockery, &c.
SPALDING’S PREPARED GLUE
meets all suoh emergencies, and no household
can afford to be without it. It is always re.dy,
and up to the sticking point.
‘‘USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE.”
B._A Brush accompanies each Bottle.
Price 25 cents. Address,
HENRY C. SPALDING,
No. 48 CEDAR Street, New York.
CAUTION.
As oertaln unprincipled persons are attempt
ing to palm off cn the unsuspecting public, imi
tations of my PREPARED GLUE, I would cau
tion all persons to examine before purchasing,
and see that the full name,
^-SPALDING’S PREPARED GLUE, _gl
is on the outside wrapper; al] ©then are *wlnd«
ling eoentwfeite. 44
r
AYER’S
Cathartic Pills,
(SUGAR COATED,)
ABE MADE TO
CLEANSE THE BLOOD AND COBB THE SICK.
Invalid., Father., Mother., Phy.ielan.,
Philanthropist*, reod their Effect*,
and Judge of their Virtusa.
FOR THE CURE OF
Headache, Sick Headache, Foal Stomach.
Pmsocae, Pa. May 1,1855.
Dm. J. C. Atm. Sir: I hare beeu repeatedly cured of
the worst headache any body can have by a do6e. or
of yonr Pills. It seems to arise from a foul stomach, which
they cleanse at once. If they will cure others as they do
me, the fact is worth knowing. _ „
Yoon with great respect, F. PREBLE,
Clerk of Steamer CUirum.
Bilious Disorders and Lifer Complaints.
Department or tbi Interior, 1
Washington, D. C., 7 Feb., 1866. f
8m: T hare need your Pills in my general and hospital
practice ever since you made them, and cannotheeitate to
■ay they are the beet cathartic we employ. Their rege
lating action on the liver is quick and decided, consequent
ly they are an admirable remedy for derangements of that
orgau. Indeed, I have seldom found a case of bilious un
ease so obstiuate that it did not readily to them.
Fraternally youre, ALONZO BALL, M. D.,
Physician of the Marine Hospital.
Dysentery, Relax, and Worms.
Post Office, Maryland, Liv. Co., Mich., Nov. 16,185A
Da. Aykr: Your Pills are the perfection of medicine.
They have done my wife more good tlian I can tell yon.
81ie had been sick and pining away for months. W ent
ofT to be doctored at great expense, but got no better. She
then commenced taking your Pills, which soon cnred lier,
by expelling large quantities of worms (dead) from her
body. They afterwards cnred her and our two children
of bloody dysentery. One of our neighbors bad it bad, and
my wife cured him with two doses of vour Pills, while
others around us paid from five to twenty dollars doctors*
bills, and lost mnch time, without being cured entirely
•ven then. Such a medicine as yours, which is actually
good and honest, will be prised here.
0E0. J. GRIFFIN, Postmaster.
Iidif Mtio. and In purity of tke Blood, j
J*w» Jin. J. T. Hints, itutor </ Mtnl ChmnA, lMu
D*. Am: I h»« DMd ,our Pill, with .xtmordlMr,
success in my family and among those I am called to visit
In distress. To regulate the organs of digestion and puri
fy the blood they are the very best remedy I have ever
known, and 1 can confidently recommend them to my
friends. Yours, J. V. IIIME8.
Warsaw, Wyoming Co., N. Ym Oct. 24,1866.
Dear Sir: I am using your Cathartic Pills In my prac
tice, and find them an excellent purgative to cleanse the
system and purify the fountains of the blood.
JOHN G. MKACHAM, M. D.
Erysipelas. Scrofula, King’s Evil, Tetter,
Tumors, and Salt Rheum.
From a FWuarding Merchant of St. Louis, FV6. 4,1856.
Dr. Ayer: Your Pills are the paragon of all that is
great in medicine. They have cured my little daughter
of nlcerous sores upon her hands and feet that had proved
turn rattle for years. Her mother bad been long grievous
ly afflicted with blotches and pimples on ber skin and in
her liair. After our child was cured, she also tried yonr
Pills, and they have cured her. ASA M0RGK1DGK.
niu»<m0t»m Vonrolffia. 1111(1 Gnnt.
From Vie Eer. Dr. Havkes, rf the Methodist Epis. Ctiurch.
Pulaski House. Savannah. Ga., Jan. 6,1856.
Honored Sir : I should be ungrateful for tlie relief your
•kill has brought me if I did not report my case to yon.
A cold settled in my limbs aud brought on excruciating
neuralgic pains, which ended iu chronic rheumatism.
Notwithstanding I had the best of physicians, the disease
grew worse aud worse, until, by the advire of your excel
lent agent in Baltimore, Dr. Mackenzie, I tried your Pills.
Their effects were slow, but sure. By persevering in th*
use of them, 1 am now entirely well.
Senate Chamber, Baton Rouge, La., 6 Dec., 1866.
Dr. Aver: I have been entirely cured by your Pills of
Rheumatic Gout —a paiuful disease that had afflicted me
for years. VINCENT SLIDELL.
For Dropsy, Plethora, or kindred Com
Etaints, requiring an active purge, they are au excel
ut remedy.
For Costiveness or Constipation, and as
A Dinner Pill, they are agreeable aud effectual.
Fits, Suppression, Paralysis, Inflamma
tion, and even Deafness, aud Partial Blind
ness, have been cured by the alterative action of these
Pills.
Most of the Pills in market contain Mercury, which, al
though a valuable remedy in skilful hands, is dangerous
In a public pill, from the dreadful consequences that fre
quently follow ita incautious use. These contain no mer
cury or mineral substance whoever.
AYER’S CHERRY PECTORAL
FOR THE RAPID CERE OF
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, INFLU
ENZA, BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING
COUGH, CROUP, ASTHMA, IN
CIPIENT CONSUMPTION,
•nd for the relief of consumptive patients in advanced
stages of the disease.
We need not speak to the public of its virtues.
Throughout every towu, and almost every hamlet of the
American States, its wondeiful cures of pulmonary com
plaints have made it already known. Nay, few are the
families iu any civilized country c-n this continent with
out some personal experience of its effects ; and fewer yet
the communities any where which have not among them
some living trophy of its victory over the subtle and dan
gerous diseases of the throat and lunge. M Idle it is Die
most powerful antidote yet known to man for the foimh
liable and dangerous diseases of the pulmonary organs, it
Is also the pleasantest ami safest remedy that can he em
ployed for infants aud young persons. Parents should
have it in store against the insidious enemy that sb-uls
upon them nopropared. We have abundant jrr«*nrd» to
believe the Cherry tfdorot mm more lives by the con
sumptions it prevents than th«*ee it cures. Keep ir by
you, and cure your coble while they are curable, ror neg
lect them until’ no human skill c»» master the in*-x« »*d le
canker that, fastened on the vitals, eats your life away.
All know the dreadful totality of lung disorders, and a»
they kuov too the virtues of this remedy, we need not no
more than to assure them it is sriil made the l wt :t «*n
he. We spare no cost. n«> care. r« toil to produce it tee
most perfect possible, and thus afford those who r*ly oa
It Ibo best agent which our skill rau furnish for then cure.
PREPARES BY E5. J. P. AYER.
Pmtietl ud Astfytita! Cit*ial, Lott»11, Bus.
ASt> SOLD bY
Agents.—A. C. Smith, Litchfield ; Hart Broti
ors A C>., West Goshen ; Fred. Boardmnn. New
Milford; t’r.itt, Foster & Co., West Cornwnll 1
IT. 0. Gregory. Cornwall Bridge; A St..loin,
K Lnt ; 0. H. Chase, Sharon ; Smith &. Ensign
Morris.
The Early Lights of the Litch
field Bar.
A NEAT PAMPHLET, 40 paces, octavo, con
2» taining biographical sketches of the follow
ing eminent members of this bar :
Patbidge Thatcher, Daniel Everitt.
Tapping Reeve, John Allen.
Barzillai Si.qsson, Daniel W. Southmayd
John (J. Smith, Nathaniel Smith.
James Goui.d, Noah B. Benedict.
Asa Bacon, Elisha Sterling.
Jarez W.Huntington, Phineas Miner.
Leman Church.
By Hon. David S. Boardman of New Milford.
Published, and for tale at this office. Price 2!
cents per volume. 22tf
PBVIIE Twenty-Seventh Annual Report of tin
J Directors of the Litchfield Mutual Fire In
i nee Company.
Whole amount of Cash received
for Premiums and Interest from
the commencement up to this
i date. $00,722 54
Whole ain’t of Losses and Ex
penses. $36,322.08
3 Dividends of 10 per cent.
1 paid on renewal. 968.22
- 37,280.90
23,411 64
Amount received for Interest the
last year. 1,170.86
Due from Agents and Cash depos
! Hctl. 2,483 86
| Cash Funds. $27,090.36
! Amount charged on the Books as
pledged Capital. 28,130.24
Making an available Capital to
meet losses. $55,226.60
Receipts and Expenditures from 1st July, I860 to 1st
July, 1861.
Received for Premiums. $4,C88.19
Interest Account. 1,170 86
5,839.03
Deduct Losses and Expenses. 2.149.40
Balance resulting to Fund. $3,709.65
Balance ol Cash and Notes on hand at the End of the
Fiscal Year fur the Last 11 Years.
1851. July. To Cash and Notes, $2,127.41
1852. “ “ “ 3,543.80
1853. “ •• “ •• 4,783 97
1854. “ “ “ *• 5,052.15
1855. “ “ <* 9,143.01
1856. “ •• •• 12.072 31
1857. “ ' “ •• “ 15,255.88
1858. “ “ •* •“ 19,049.17
1859. “ “ •• 20.S22.06
1800. “ “ *< •• 23,921 6S
1861. “ •’ “ •• 27,09S.3li
The Company have no losses or claims unpaid.
SETH P. BEERS, President.
Jason Whiting, Secretary.
Shelden Osborn, Harwinton,
General Agent.
July 1, 186;. tM8
Directors of the Company.
non. Seth P. Beer*. Shelden Osborne,
Jason Whiting, Philip S. Beebe,
Abijah Catlin, Henry R. Coit,
Charles Adams, George -W. Thompson,
A. S. Lewis.
CROCKERY ANb GLASS WARE, very cheap,
at T. H. RICHARDS.’
March 25th, 1861. tf-49
Flour.
THE best brands of FAMILY FLOUR, con
stantly on hand.at
T. H. RICHARD’S CHEAP STORE,
Wfchfi#M,M*Td! 8eHi, \m, 44
ARE YOU GOING
rino BUILD or REPAIR, and do you want
JL jncure, durable and cheap ROOFS t
If so, buy
ROOFING SLATE
from the VERMONT QUARRIES.
Tliev can be D'lt upon new or old roofs as cheap
cot uveutui
I i
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I namely, remedies for all the more common and simple au
merits of life. .
A moment’s reflection will .show that a vast majority of
diseases from which we suffer and die, were, at their com
! mencement, simple and trifling. A mere cold, a slight diar
| rhea, a pain in the side, or a headache, or hoarseness, at
t first easily cured and subdued, In time becomes a consump
I lion, a fever, a dangerous dysentery. Croup or other
disease, which all the powers of medicine fail to arrest.
Herein these remedies supply a great public want. Being
on hand, simple, so you know at once what to take
pleasant, so as to cause no repugnance—safe, and hence
occasioning no risk, while the curative effects are positive
and certain, they are taken, and at onee the spell is broken
and the danger allayed.
Other Homeopathie Medicine*, however earefully pre*
wared, or however full and extensive the Manual to whleh
yen refer in order te use them, always require study and
careful examination, and always leave you in doubt as to
the remedy chosen and the result. Such examination or
study and such doubt Is always most unfriendly to the sick
or ailing, and especially to be avoided. Nay, it often strike*
at the verr foundation of succees, and prevents a result
which, with confidence in the remedy, and hence persever
ance in its application, would have been easy.
Experience has amply confirmed the use of these reme
dies for families and private persons, as being tub bbst in
CSS, TUB MOST SIMPLE AND CONVENIENT, TOE MOST PROMPT
AND RRIJABI.R. ,
Thousands are and hare been using them for some five
years past, in every section of the country, with almost
invariable success. All speak in the highest terms of their
simplicity and certainty, and among our hundreds of
agents the uniform testimony is, that they give good
satisfaction to their customers.
I.IST OF
HUMPHREYS' SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES.
jj#. Price of Single Boxes—cents*
l.—Por Fever, Congestion, ami Inflammation—
Ileat, Pain, Restlessness....25
2—For Worm Fever, Worm Colic, Voracious Ap
petite, 'Vetting the Bed.25
8—For Colic. Teething, Crying, and Wakefulness,
Slow Growth, and Feebleness of Infants.25
4— For Diarrhea, of Children or Adults, Cholera
Infantum, and Summer Complaints.25
5— For Dysentery or Bloody Flux, Colic,
Griping*, Bilious Colic, Fall Dysentery. 25
5—For Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Nausea, and
Vomiting, Asthmatic Breathing. 25
7_y(>r C DUgha, Colds, Hoarseness, Bronchitis,
Influenza, and Sore Throat.25
8— For Toothache. Faceache, Nervous Pains, Neu
ralgia, and Tic Doloreux.25
9— For Headaches. Sick Headaches, Vertigo, Rush
of Blood to the Head.25
10— For Dyspepsia, Weak, Acid, or Deranged Stom
ach, Constipation, Liver Complaint.25
11 _F ■>, Suppressed Menses, or Scanty, or
Delavimr. Green Sickness.. . 25
12—For fjeneOThea or Whites, Bearing Down,
too Profuse Menses..25
13_For Croup. II >arse Croupy Cough, Difficult and
Opnressed Breathing. 25
14— For Salt, Rh^um,Crusty Eruptions, Erysipelas,
Seal*! Ileal. Barber’s Itch. 25
15— For Rheumatism, Pain, Lameness, or Sorenea
in the Chest, Back, Side, or Limbs.SB
16— For Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever,
Dumb Ague* Old Inveterate Agues. 60
IT—For Pilos, Internal or External, Blind or Bleed
mg, Recent or Obstinate. 60
IS—For Opthalmv, Weak or Inflamed Eyes or Eye
lids, Failing or Weak Sight.60
19— For Catarrh, Acute or Chronic, Dry or Flowing.
Cold in the Head, Influenza. 60
20— For Whooping Cough, shortening and palliat
ing it, or Spasmodic Cough.60
21— For Asthma, Oppressed, Difficult, Labored
Breathing, Cough and Expectoration.60
22— For Ear Discharges, Noise in the Head, Im
paired Hearing, Earache. 50
28— For bcrofula. Enlarged Glands and Tonsils,
Swellings, and Old Ulcers... 50
24— For General Debility, Physical or Nervous
Weakness. 50
25— For Dropsy, Fluid Accumulations, Tumid Swell
ings, with Scanty Secretions. 50
26— For Sea - Sickness, Prostration, Vertigo,
Nausea, Vomiting. 50
27— For Urinary Diseases. Gravel, Renal Calculi,
Difficult or Painful Urination. 50
23— For Seminal Emissions, Involuntary Dis
charges, and Consequent Prostration and De
bilitv:.... 100
29— For Sore Mouth, or Stomacace, Cankered
Mouth of Adults or Children,. 50
80—For Urinary Incontinence, Wetting the Bed,
too frequent, painful, or scalding Urination. 50
31—For Painful Menses, Pressure, Cramp or
Spasms, at the time; or Itching and Irritation ;
Pruritis. 60
82—For Sufferings at Change of Life; Irregu
larities. Flushes of Heat, Palpitations and even
Diseu&e of the Heart..100
PRICE.
A Case of Twenty-eight large vials in morocco, and
Book of Directions.$7 00
A Case of Twenty large via ts, in nierocco, anil Book
of Directions.5 00
A Case of Twenty large vials, plain case, and Book
of Directions. 4 00
A Case of Fifteen boxes (Nos 1 to 15) and Book of
Directions.2 00
A Case of any Six boxes (Ncs. 1 to 15) and Book of
Directions. 1 00
A Large case of 2-oz. vials, for Planters and Physi
cians.15 0
OUR REMEDIES BY MAIL OR EXPRESS.
We send these Remedies, by the single box or full case,
to any part of the country, by mail or express, free of
•■•urge, on receipt of the price.
N. B.—The boxes Nos. 1 to 15 are small size, Nos. 16 to
81 large size, and in making up a $2 or $1 case this must
be remembered. The vials are uniform in size and price,
and In sending for a vial-case, no attention is necessary on
this point.
Look over the list; make up a case of what kind you
choose, and Inclose the amount in a current note or stamps
by mail to our address, at 562 Broadway, New-York, and
the medicine will be duly returned by mail or express.
VETERINARY HOMEOPATHY.
Humphreys' Bpeciflc Homeopathic Reme
dies for Horses, Cattle, Sheep. Hogs. Dogs, &c.
The case contains ten Specific Remedies suitable for all
diseases or ailments to which domestic animals are subject,
together with a complete manual of directions for use, so
plain and simple that every farmer or breeder can readily
use them. The remedies are put up in large one-oz. vials of
of liquids, anil the entire set, and book, will be sold at $S.
Single vials, with directions, at $1 each. Sent by mail or
express, free of charge, on receipt of the price.
Price of book singly 50 cents.
AGENTS WANTED for the sale of our Remedies In
every town or community in the United States, Address
F. HUMPHREYS & CO.,
562 EBOADWAY. Nsw-Yoar.
Fold by C. B. Maltbie, Falls Village; J. Gatlin
Nortiifiekl; A. St. John, Kent ; G, F. Alford &
Co., Hitchcotksville.
Iyl5.
2 McALISTEIt’S g
|>| ALL HEALING OINTMENT. ^
l Try It! Try It! 14
£ A Radical Restorative of Insensible j,
H Frespiration. JJ
(p It is n fact, beyond the power of contra-,,
: diction, that it is intallible in the cure of
1 Burns, .Scalds, Nervous Diseases, !
I All Tumors, Piles, Scrofula,
1 Erysipelas, Chilblains,
I Sore Eyes, Quinsy,
1 Croup, Rueuma- •
1 tisw. Colds, :
I Cold Feet, •
! Liver ’
1 Complaint, ■
• Asthma, and all 1
I DISEASES OF THE CHEST. j
; It is rightly termed All-Healing, for there;
;is scarcely a disease external or internal that;
;it will not benefit. •
For sale at the Grand Depot, :
4S No. 143 Fulton Street, New York. U
bJA ii'l by all Druggists throughout the Unitedu1
'States. J. McALISTEIt, '*
143 Fulton Street, N. Y, ^
». Agents wanted immediately to introduce
ijit into families, who may receive it on libe-H
piral terms, for cash. 3m47 *t
E. WING, of WEST GOSHEN,
IS manufacturing and can supply at short no
tice the best article of
Sashes, Blinds and Doors,
can furnish the best of
FRENCH GLASS,
of all sizes nnd thicknesses and at the most rea
sonable rates.
He is also the sole Agent for Litchfield Co. for
“ French’s Conical Washing Ma
chines,”
the greatest invention for washing of the age.
It will wash six or seven shirts beside several ar
ticles of handkerchiefs, collars, &c. in six min
utes. I can furnish these machines at the near
est depots or at my factory at S10 each. It is
the same price of the machine Jn New York.
IVost Goshen, Jan. 31, 1861. 41 Iy
CJUPERIOR LIGHT COLORED POTASH,
just received by F. D. McNEIL.
EXTRA Sugar Rouse Syrup at
y. D. McNBHi’S.
BLACKWOOD’S MAGAZINE
AJD TUB
IRITISH REVIEWS.
L. SCOT!’ & CO., NEW YORK, contint# k>
publish the following leading British Periodi
cals, viz:
1.
THE LONDON QUARTERLY, (Conservative 1
THE EDINBURG REVIEW, (Whig.)
8.
THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, (Freo
Church,)
4.
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW, (Liberal.)
BLACKWOOD’S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE,
(Tory.)
The present critical state of European affairs
will render these publications unusually inter
esting during the forthcoming year. They will
i occupy a middle ground between the hastily
[ written news-items, crude speculations, and fly
ing rumors of the daily Journal, and the pon
derous Tome of the future historian, written af
ter the living interest and excitement ot the
great political events of the time shall have
passed away. It is to these Periodicals that
readers must look for the only intelligible and
reliable history of current events, and as such,
iu addition to their well-estadlished literary,
scientific, and theological character, we urge
them upon the consideration of tho reading pub
lic.
EARLY COPIES.
The receipt of Advance Sheets from tho Brit
ish publishers gives additional value to these
Reprints, inasmuch as they can now be placed
in the hands of tho subscribers about as soon as
tho original editions.
TERMS.
Ter ann
For any one of the four Reviews,. 83 00
For any two of tho four Reviews,. 6 00
For any three of the four Reviews,_ 7 00
For all four of the Reviews,. 8 00
For Blackwood's Magazine,. 3 00
For Blackwood and one Review,. o 00
For Blackwood and two Reviews. 7 00
For Blackwood and three Reviews,. 9 00
For Blackwood and tiie four Reviews,.. 10 00
.Money current in the State where issued will he received
CLUBBING.
A discount of twenty-live per cer.t. from the
above prices will be allowed to Cliiis ordering
four or move copies of any one or more of the
above works. Thus ; Four copies of Blackwood,
or of one Review, will lie sent to one address for
$9 ; four copies of the four Reviews and Black
wood for $30 ; and so on.
POSTAGE.
In all the principal Cities and Towns these
works will be delivered FREE OF POSTAGES.
When sent by mail, the Posthge to any part of
the United States will be but Twenty Form cents
a year for “ Blackwood,” and but Fourteen
Cents a year for each of tb« Reviews.
N. B.—The price in Great Britain of the five
Periodicals above named is $31 per annum.
March 18th, 1861. 48-1 ra
An Assortment of
'lARPF.TTNGS. O h CLOTHS, MATTINGS,
'iy Ac —At Low Price'.
F. D. McNOIL.
May 2S(h, 1861. tf 6
TRE.ST VJYCE
Of Tew Milford,
WW. 7 OULD respect fully inform liia customers
v ▼ and the public generally, that he lias
completed his New Store, and tilled It with ns
line an assortment of Goods as ever were collect
ed together among the hills of New England.
Treat having purchased his Goods at low fig
ures, will take great pleasure in selling them
low.
Treat’s Stock consists of a great variety of
Cotton Goods, Dress Goods, Cloths and Cassi
meivs—cheaper than ever before known. 20,060
Yds. of choice American, English and French
Prints, Embossed Table Covers, at half price—
Elegant Piano Covers, Balmaral Skirts. Hoop do.
—1000 Yds. Crash—Toilet Quilts, Ac. Ac.
Treat keeps a large and extensive assortment
of Hardware, Carpenter's and Joiner’s Tools—
Paints, Oils, Glass —GROCERIES—Iron and Steel
Nails—and and endless variety of other Goods
not mentioned.
Treat keeps and soils the best FLOUR that
c ones into the State, called " The Ladies'
Freud.” Ail Goods sold are to be called liy
their light names, and no unreasonable amount
.if Gas will he displayed in order to effect sales.
Jif Treat lias 600 Yds. of tlio cheapest SILEs
ever seen in tiro State.
Feb. 27. 1861. tT4
Garpsts and Gil Cloths.
yglllE undersigned are now offering to the pub.
3. li; a large and well selected Stock o!
Goods for the Spring season, consisting in part
of tlrossley’s well known and other IMPORTED
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS at exceedingly low
rates ; aiso, their THREE PRY and SUPERFINE
INGRAINS are complete with every thing that
is desirable in colors and patterns, and at prices
that I defy competition.
\V & T. LEWIS have constantly on hand and
purchase largely at auction LOW PRICK IN
GRAINS from 31c. per yard ; all wool from 40c.
@ 50c. per yard.
OIL CLOTHS in every variety of pattern and
style, from one yard and upwards wide, at such
rates that will give satisfaction to all purchasers.
With Rues, Mats, Matting, Druggets, Stair
Rods, Window Shades, Table and Piano Cov
ers, AND ALL ARTICLES CONNECTED WITU TUB
TRADE. W. & T. LEWIS,
12 Fourth Avenue,
Opposite Cooper’s Institute,
50-m6 New York.
Ground Plaster,
A TONS.—The subscriber keepscon
wVI/ stantly on hand a good supply of a
superior quality, w hich will be sold at $8 pel
ton.
E. GOULD.
L-. tell field. East Mill, Jan. 1st, 1801.
New Milford Village .Lot. for Sale
f 01HI5 subscriber now offers for sale several
H very eligible building lots in the village o(
New Milford. The lots are beautifully situated
frenting on Whittlesey Avenue, and upon the
new highway running north towards the ceme
tery and containing from a quarter to one and a
quarter acres each. The terms of purchase will
be made reasonable and easy for purcbaiers.
A rare opportunity is thus presented to secure
a pleasant location and residence in one of the
most delightful villages in Connecticut.
A. B. MYGATT.
Dated New Milford, Feb. 15, 1861. 44 tf
pmEsTUFE INSURANCE.
GENERAL AGENCY, Office at New Milford.
GEORGE LOCKWOOD, Agent.
Capital represented—$12 000,000.
FIRE COMPANIES, Viz:
.F.tna Co., Hartford, Capital and
Surplus,.$2,180,000
Phoenix Co., Hartford, Capital and
Surplus,. 600,000
Connecticut Co., Hartford, Capital and
Surplus,. 250,000
MerchantsCo., Hartford, Capital and
Surplus,. 250,000
City Fire Co., New Haven. Capital and
Surplus,... 500,000
Home Co.. New Haven. Capital and
Surplus,. $200,000
Home Co., New York City, Capital
and Surplus,. $1500,000
Hartford Mutual Co., Cash and pledg
ed Capital, _.*... 700,000
Litchfield Mutual Co., Cash and pledg
ed Capital,. 150,000
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES, Viz:
Conn. Mutual Life Insuranc Co.,
acquired Capital.$3,500,000
Chaiter Oak Life Insurance Co.,
Capital and Surplus,. 500,000
Thc subscriber is also authorized to effect insur
ances in various companies not specified in the
foregoing list.
All applications made to me will meet prompt
attention, and losses will be equitably adjusted
and promptly paid. GEORGE LOCKWOOD.
34 tf.
For Gentlemens’ Wear.
CONSTANTLY on hand a good assortment of
Broadcloths, Cassimeres, Vestings Wrappeis
and Drawers, Collars. Neck Tics, Hosiery.Gloves
&c.. at prices as low as the lowest.
Dec. 26tb. A- G’ FERRloS’
CHEAP DRESS GOODS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ENTIRELY
NEW STYLES,
FOR Spring and Summer wear.—At vebt
Low Pbices. F, P- MoNEIL.
LfcebfleW, May 38H»» 1801, W*
I
AN aperient and Stomachic preparation #f Ir#M*
purified of Oxygen and Carbon by c*n»b«fr»
lion in Hydrogen. Sanctioned by the kigfcttfr
Medical Authorities, both in Europe and the Wai
ted States, aud prescribed in tbeir practice.
The experience of thousands daily proves that
no preparation of Iron can be compaied w ith It.
j Impurities of the blood, depression of vital ene»
gy, pale and otheiwise sickly complexions iadl*
cate its necessity in almost every conceivable case.
| Innoxious in all maladies in which it has Veen
tried, it has proved absolutely curative in eaeh
ot the following complaints, viz:
j In Debility, Nervous Affections, Emaciation,
Dyspepsia. Constipation, Diakrmea, Dysentery,
Incipient Consumption, Scrofulous Ti bebculosis,
Salt Rheum, M ism enervation. Wnim, Ciilorc
sis. Liver Complaints,Chronic Headaches, Then
matism. Intermittent Fevers, pimples on tub
Facb, &c.
In cases of General Debility, whether the result
of acute disease, or of the continued diminution
of nervous and muscular ones fry from chronic
complaints, one trial of this restorative has prov
ed successful to an extent which no deseiipti**
nor written attestions would render credible. In
valids so long bed-ridden ns to have become tor
gotten in tbeir own neighborhoods, have sudden
ly re-apj cared in the busy world as if just return
ed from protracted travel in a distant land. Sfrmf
very signal instances of this kind arc nttcsUd c f
female sufferers, *mneiated victims of apparent
marasmus, sanguineous exhaustion, ci Itic al chan
ges, and that complication of nerve ns rnd <!}*-■
peptic aversion to air and exerc ise lei which thw
physician has no name.
In Nervous Affection* of nil kinds, and for rea
sons familiar to medical men, the < perath n of
tills preparation of in n must necesaaiily be salu
tary, for, unlike the old oxide*, it is vigorously
tonic,without being exciting r.r d < verlu :n;rg r
and gently, regularly uperh nt, tu u in the most
obstinate cases of co*tiven*>s w»ih« nt ivn being
a gastric purgative, or indicting a dDaguctdlo
sensation.
It is this latter property. nmorg oil.ns, vhidi
innkOb it so leiuaikahly «fl’c« tiud and pciinarenk
a lemedy for /'?/<*, upon which it also a| pearstw
exert a distinct and specific action, by ciisprriitif
the local tendency which forms them.
I 1 Dyspepsia, innumerahle ns are its causes, r%
single box of these Chalybeate Tills has often suf
ficed for the most habitual cases, including tb*
atiendent Costiv. him.
]n unchecked Diarrhoea, even when ad\ anted
to Dysentery, confirmed, emaciating, and appar
ently malignant, the effects have been equally de
cisive and astonishing.
In the local pains, loss of flesh and she? gtb,
debilitating cough, and remittent hectic, which
generally indicate Incipient Consumption, this
Turnedy has allaye d the alarm of frit i ds m d \ hi«
sioians, in sovetal veiy gratifying and inteuslii g
instances.
In Scrofulous Tubercub ms. this medicated lien
lias had far mure than the good effect of the moat
cant ouslv balanced preparations of iodine, with
out any of tli- ir well known liabilities.
Tli eat tent ion of females cannot he too ton fi
denllv invited to this mnnly and rfsiomtivt, in the
cases peculiarly affeet ing them.
In Ulieumatism both ehronie and inflammatory
—in the hitter, however. In ore deeicbdly—it hat
been invariably well reported, both as alleviating
pain and reducing the swellings and klifnivs* *f
the joints and nmoles.
In Intermittent Fevers it must necessarily k#m
great remedv and Midget' restorative, and it*
progress in the new settK mentsof the West, will
probably be one «.f high renown and nsefulncM.
No remedy has ever been discovered in the
whole history of medicine, which cxjrrts sv«h
prompt, happy, mi l fully restorative effects.
Good appetite, complete digestion, rapid acquisi
tion of.-trength, with an unusual disposilii * f«*r
active and cheerful exercise, immediately ftdUw
its use.
Tut up in neat flat metal boxes rontr.inirf 10
pills, price 50 cents p-i box: for sale by drip
gists and dealers Will be sent free to any ad
dress on receipt of the price. All letters. ord*;»,
etc., should he address' d to
H. 13. LOCKS, & Co.. General
1 >21 20 Opak St.. N T
GREAT I'UKT.
K * . f3L4«B'U
Arti-Rheumatic land.
0
is Ti E ONL KNOWN REMEDY EOll
Rheumatism, (jout & >ctirnlgi(i,
AM) A gl'BE CURB IOR
ALL 3f Eli CUIil A L DISEASE!.
iT is a conveniently arranged Hand, con tail
ing a inodicated compound, to be worn aronad
the Waist, without injury to the most ilrliaata
persons. No change in lu.bit* of living is re
quired, and it entirely removes the disease fra*,
the system, without producing the injurious
effects arising fioin the use of powerful internal
medicines which weaken and destroy the consti
tution, and give temporary relief only, lty this
treatment, the medicinal properties contained in
the Band, come in contact with the blood and
reaches the disease, through the [wires of tha
skin, effecting in tvtry instance a perfect cure,
and restores the pnrts afflicted to a healthy
condition. This bnnd is also a most powerful
Anti-Mercurial agent, and will entirely relieve
the system from the pernicious effects of Mercnry.
Moderate ciu>es arc cured in a few days, and we
are constantly receiving testimonials of its effica
cy in aggravated cases of long standing.
Price $2.00. to be had of Druggists generally,
or can bo gent by mail or express, with full A
rections for use, to any partof the country, attract
from the Principal Office,
No. 409 Broadway, New York.
G. SMITH. & CO., Sole Proprietor*.
N. P>.—Descriptive Circulars Sent Free.
Agents wanted Everywhere. jSg|
March 21, 1801. . 48 ly
rV< te Bo ks ! A'ctc Banks /
A T wholesale and retail—Cheap ! at the
3l LITCHFIELD BOOK-STORE.
March 26th, 1861. tf-49
KEROSING OIL
OF the bestquality,
for sale by
F. D. McNEIL,
Sept. 13. 21
Chestnut Shin,-to.
StfWfc SUPERIOR SHAVED.
V CHESTNUT SHINGI.E,
June 2. 9] BALDWIN’S.
TO COWCUDIFTIVEa
And those affliceed with
DYSPEPSIA,
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
HEART DISEASE,
FEYEB & AGUE,
Or
, CONSTIPATION;
The undersigned, now seventy five years oldk
lias for years devoted his time to curing his Par
ishioners and the poor in New York ot these
dreadful complaints, which carry thousands torn*
untimely grave ; he has seldom failed to cure all
who have applied to him for relief, and believing
it to be a Christian’s duty to relieve those,
abroad, as well as at home, be will send to those
who require it, a Copy of Prescriptions nsed,
(Free of Charge), with directions for preparing;
and using the same. Also rules on Diet,Bath ng.
Ventilation, and Exercise for the Sick, they will
find these remedies, a sure cure for Consumption,
and all diseases of iho Throat and Lungs, Fever
and Ague, Constipation, Heart Disease, Dys
pepsia, Nervous Debility, and Female Com
plaints, and he hopes every one afflicted will semi
for a copy, as it will cost nothing, and those suf
fering should apply before it is to late. These
Prescriptions are used by tiie most eminent Phy
sicians in London. Paris, and New York. Those,
wishing them will please address
REV. DR. CHAMBERLAIN,
81-lyr-12m. Wiliiamsbuigh, New York.
Who’s I’ohp Hatter t
HIRAM JACKSON, AO’Tl
BEOS leave .to announce to the inhabitant
of Litchfield anil vicinity, that he has now
on hand a large and hundseme assoitment of
SPBINO HATS AND CAPS,
From the most fashionable Dealers in New Tor
GIVE U1M A CALL.
Watts on the Mind is a very important Work
But Watts on the Head is “more to.”
Vtchflelit M*f W. 1»1

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