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WATCHES !
Hunting- Case and open Face
GOLD WATCHES.
Own Face and Hunting Cased
SILVER WATCHES.
Sold at reasonable prices and war
‘gjtted for one year.
Spectacles.
Celebrated Perfected Lenses in Steel,
Gold and Silver Frames, warranted to
be precisely the some quality and style
which have been sold in Litchfield at
the enormous price of $3 a pair for
Sled Frames, Silver Frames, $4 ; Gold
Frames, $10, a pair, which I can afford
at the low price of $1 for Steel Frames,
$2,25 for Silver Frames, $8 a pair for
Gold Frames.
Photograph Albums !
A large lot from an Auction Sale just
received, and selling fast and very cheap
at the Litchfield Book and Variety
Store.
Jewelry !
A fine assortment of Good Jewelry em
bracing the latest styles of
Gents’ and Ladies’ Finger Rings,
Breast Pins,
Sleeve Buttons,
Lockets,
Ear Rings,
Bosom Pins,
Scarf Pins,
Rings and
Thimbles,
Gold,Silver and
Plated Chains,
Watch Guanfs and Ribbons,
Watch Keys,
Charms,
Gold Pencils, 4fc.
—ALSO—
A large lot of Oried Jewelry very cheap
for cash.
f
^KfATlONERY !
A good assortment at a small advance
on old prfftes.
Pool&et Cutlery!
A few dozen left at nearly the old pri
ms.
TOYS and YANKEE NOTIONS !
A complete Assortment.
Sqtyiqg flqii \
A new article much cheaper than other
kinds in market, and in burning is free
worn the usual unpleasant odor.
*
Fishing Tackle.
^o°d assortment of Fish Lines,
SLM5"8 H?okTs; Pickerel, Trout,
to u Perch Hooks. Bass and
Pickerel Spoon and Fly Bait,
—ALSO—
Having purchased the entire stock ol
R. Merriman’a Screw Joint Fish Rods
I am prepared to sell them at the low
price of $3,50. Call early as no mor<
•f the Hods will be manufactured.
i
'i'l ,<■
the improved
sewing machine,
I^ONTAINS Combinations whicl
^ render it equal to Expensive Sew
iqg Machines, and Superior to all oti
er Cheap Sewing Machines in markel
A child can sew with them. They scl
Bt tha low price of $15. Send re
Stamp for Circular.
f va RIVERIUS MARSH,
i Jnne 27, 1864. tf 11
U. S. 10-40_ BONDS.
THESE Bonds are issued under tire Act of
Congress of March 8th, 1864, which provides
that all Bonds issued under this Act shall be
EXEMPT FROM TAXATION by or under any
state or municipal authority. Subscriptions
to these Bonds aie received in United States
Notes or Notes of National Banks. They are
TO BE REDEEMED IN COIN, at the pleas
ure of the Government, at any period not lest
than ten nor more than forty years from their date,
and until their redemption, FIVE PERCENT.
INTEREST WILL BE PAID IN COIN, on Bonds
of not over one hundred dollars annually, and
on all other Bonds semi-annually The inter
est is payable on the first days of March and
September in each year.
Subscribers will receive either Registered or
Coupon' Bonds, as they may prefix. Regis
tered Bonds are recorded on the Poolcs of the
U. S. Treasurer, and can be transferred only
on tho owner’s order. Coupon Bonds are pay
able to bearer, and are more convenient for
commercial uses.
Subscribers to this loan will have the op
tion of having their Bonds draw interest from
March 1st, by paying the accrued interest in
coin—(or in United States notes, or the notiils
of National Banks, adding fifty per cent, for
premium.) or receive them drawing interest
from the date of subscription and deposit. As
these Bonds are
EXEMPT FROM MUNICIPAL OH STATE
TAXATION,
their value is increased from one to three per
cent, per annum, according to the rate of tax
levies in various parts of the country.
At the present rate of premium on gold,
they pay
OVER EIGHT PER CENT INTEREST
in currency, ami are of equal convenience as a
permanent or temporary investment.
It is believed that no securities oiler so great
inducements to lenders as the various descrip
tions of U. S. Bonds. In all forms of indebt
ed aess, the faith or ability of private parties
or stock companies or separate communities
only is pledged for paymeut, while for the
debts of the United States, the whole proper
ty of the country wholden to secure the pay
ment of both principal and irterest in coin.
These Bonds may be subscribed for in sums
from $50 up to any magnitude, on the same
terms, and are thus made equally available to
the smallest lender and the largest capitalist.
They can be converted into money at any mo
ment, and the holder will have the benefit of
the interest.
It may be useful to state in this connection
that the total Funded Debt of the United States
on which interest is payable in gold, on the
3d day of March, 1864, was $768,965,000. The
interest on this debt for the coming fiscal year
will be $45,937,126, while the customs reve
nue in gold for the current Usual year, ending
June 30th, 1864, has been so far at the rate of
over $100,000,000 per annum.
It will be seen that even the present gold
revenues of the Government are laigeiy in ex
cess of the wants of the Treasury for the pay
ment of gold interest, while tho recent in
crease of the tariff, will doubtless raise the
annual receipts from customs on the same
amount of importations, to $150,000,000 per
annum.
Instructions to tho National Banks acting
as loan agents were not issued from the United
States Treasury until March 26, but in the
first three weeks of April the subscriptions
averaged more than TEN MILLIONS A
WEEK.
Subscriptions will be r-eceivcd by the
First National Bank of Providence, R. I.
First National Bank of Bridgeport, Conn.
First National Bank of Hartford, Conn.
First National Bank of New Haven, Conn.
First National Bank of Norwich, Conn.
First National Bank of Stamford, Conn.
First National Bank of New York City,
AND BY ALL NATIONAL BANKS
which arc depositories of public money, and all
Respectable Banks and Bankers
throughout the county, (acting as agents of
the National Depository Banks,) will furnish
further information on application and afford
every facility to subscribers. 3m3
MANSION HOUSE,
LITCHFIELD, CONN. *
TfStHIi undersigned, having leased this old
JL and well-known Hotel, would inform his
friends and the public generally, that the
House has been put in thorough repair, and
newly furnished', and is now open for the re
ception of guests under his management In
the appointments of the House, it is the in
tention of the Proprietor that they shall be
strictly First Class in every respect, and wor
thy the continuance of the patronage it has
hitherto received.
The Proprietor feels it unnecessary to speak
of the attractions of the Village of Litchfield
as a Summer Resort. It speaks for itself.
Communication is had twice a day with the
Naugatuck Railroad, and a Telegraph Office is
established in the Villigo.
Quests from abroad are respectfully solicited,
and will be courteously received and made
comfortable.
F. M. HALE.
Litchfield, May 19th, 18G4.' tf 5
Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks !
AT DAVIDSON’S
" BOWERY CLOAK STORE."
IN all the newesFParis Summer Fashions,
for Ladies, Misrefc and Children.
Ladies’ Cloth Cloak*, from $7.60 to $20.00.
Ladies’ Silk Cloaks, from $10.00 to $50.00.
Misses’ Cloth Cloaks, from $6 60 to $10.00.
Mieses' Silk Cloaks from $8.00 to $12.00
Children’s Cloth Cloaks, from S4.00 to $10 000.'
Children’s Silk Cloaks, from $4.00 to $10 00.
Bldfcjj Silks, (Oil Boiled,) from $1,00 to $5.00.
SHAWLS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
in the greatest variety.
Ladies from the country will find here the
most extensive and select stock of
Cloaks in the Bowery,
Equal, and in many instances superior, in j
finish and design to the best Broadway hous
es, and at two-thirds the price. Observe that,
whether they purchase or not,
M Ladies are Politely Waited Upon."
C. A. DAVIDSON,
“ Bowery Cloak Store,”
«ml4 264 Bowery, New York.
ANN F. PENHOLLOW, 1
vs. }■ Order or Notice
STEPHEN PENHOLLOW. j
State of Connecticut, Litchfield Countt,
ss., Litchfield, July 19th, 1864.
WTPON the Petition of the said Ann F. Pen
U hollow, praying for reasons therein set
forth,.for a divorce, now pending before the
Superior Court in and for Litchfield County,
to be held on the 2d Tuesday of September,
A. D 1864. It appearing to, and being found
by, the subscribing authority, that the said
respondent is at Fort Worth, Alexandria Vir
ginia, and absent fromthis Stattf: Therefore,
ordered that notice of the pendency of said
, SPS? by publishing this order in
in I inquirer, a newspaper printed
mem-in^™’ tb,.e'! weeks successively, corn
1864 h» tbe lst day ot August,
citation1 a copy of 6aid Petition,
d,er of n°tice, in the post of!
ven Countv at Waterbury in New Ha
Fort Wortlf’ * ]'eCtej .to sai<i respondent, at
forJthe£lex“dria. Virginia, on or be
fore the first day of August, A. D 1864
8tT4 ii bWM. L RANSOM, Clerk
»t!4 of the Superior Court for Litchfield Co.
Lite Insurance.
IN THE *
■ CONTINENTAL LIFE INSUR
ANCE COMPANY,
1 HARTFORD.
1
Capital, $150,000.
,, ii RICE, President,
tf 11 SAMUEL E. ELMORE, Sec’y.

PROBATE.
DISTRICT of Plvmouth, ss. Probate Court,
July 25th, 1864.
Upon the application of Oriel 'iVirhfV show
ing to this Court that she is legal Guwfdian to
Henrietta M. Terry, of Plymouth in Litchfield
County, Conn,, a Minor belonging to said dis
trict, and that said Minor is the owner of the
following.real estate, viz.—One piece of land
with dwelling-house thereon, situated in said
Plymouth, containing six acres more or less ;
bounded northerly on land of David D. Warn
er; easterly on land of Curtiss Blackman ;
southerly an land of David Shelton, and west
on the highway — said land being subject to
the right of dower of the widow of Norman S.
Terry, deceased, late of said Plymouth—said
Minor’s interest in said land being valued at
about one thousand dollars, showing just and
reasonable cause for selling said leal estate :
praying for an order, that he or some other
meet person be empowered to sell the same, as
per application on file, dated the 25th day of
July, 18G4, more fully appears.
Ordered--'Phut the foregoing application be
heard at the Probate Oiliap in Plymouth, on
the first day of October, 1864, at 1 o'clock af
ternoon ; and that notice thereof be published
in some public newspaper where such leal es
tate lies, tlnee weeks successively, at least six
weeks before said time assigned.
3tl5 AMMI GIDDINGS, Judge.
AT a Court of Probate holden at Salisbury
within and for the District of Salisbury,
en the 14th day of July, A. D. 1864.
Presents Albeit Moore, Esq., Judge.
On motion of Dr. Henry M. Knight, Admin
istrator on the estate of Capt. Oreex W.
^Knight, late of Salisbury within said district,
deceased : This Couit doth decree that six
months be allowed and limited for the credi
tors of said Estate to exhibit their claims
against the same to the said Administrator,
and directs that public notice be given of this
order by advertising in a public newspaper
published in Litchfield County, and by post
ing a copy thereof on the pubih sign-post in
said town of Salisbury, nea»est the place
where the deceased last dwelt.
Certified from Record,
3tl5 ALBERT MOORE, Judge.
DISTRICT of Harwinton, sg„ Probate
Court, July 14th, 18i'4,
Estate of Esos Bussell, late of Harwinton
in said district, deceased.
The Court cf Probate for the District of
Harwinton hath limited and allowed six
months from the date hereof, for the Creditors
of said Estate to exhibit their claims for set
tiement. Those who neglect to present their
accounts, properly attested, within said time,
will be debarred a recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate, are req-ue ted to make
immediate pavnient to
ALBERT M. BUNNELL, Adm’r
2tl4 With Will annexed.
AT a Court of Probate held at the Probate
Office within and for the District of
Washington, on the 18th day of July, 1864.
Present-—Henry J. Church, Judge.
Upon the E-tate of Samuel M. Smith, late of
Washington, deceased ; This Court doth de
cree that six months from date hereof, be lim
ited and allowed for the creditors of said es
tate, to present their claims against the same,
to Francis n. Smith, Administrator with the
Will anhexed, and all persons neglecting so to
present their claims properly attested, within
said titae, will be debarred a recovery.
3tl4 HENRY J. CHURCH, Judge.
Thirtieth annual report of the
. Litchfield Mutual Fire Insurance Com
pany, Eudiug July 4th, 1864.
By Balance on hand as per Report
1863. $80,019 16
’* Premiums rec’d for the year past, 4,104 54
“ Interest . 1,973 10
$86,006 80
To Am’t of Losses for
the year.$2,562 GO
“ paiil Agents, Station
ery, and Office Ex
penses.,.S35 95
“ paid Government
Tax and Stamps.151 79
Treasurer’s Salary. 45 83
Cash, Notes and Bonds on
hand, July 4,1804, 32,501 23 $36,098 80
No. of Policies now in force, 2,405.
Ain’t of Property now insured, S2,400.464 00
Am’t of Premiums charged on Books, 27.105 42
Cash Funds. 32,501 23
Making an available Capital of $59,606 65
The Company have never made an assess
ment, and during the last five years have
made a discount of 10 per cent, on all Policies
renewed, and have now voted to make a dis
count of 25 per cent on all Policies renewed.
They have also declared a Cash Dividend of
100 per cent, to those who were members of
the Company at the time the Dividend was
made.
Directors of the Company.
Charles Adams, A. S. Lewis,
Jason Whiting, Shelden Osborne,
Geo. C. Woodruff, Fred’k I). McNeil,
Henry R. Ooit, Geo. Thompson,
Philip S. Beebe.
SnELDEN Osborn, Harwinton,
General Agent.
CHARLES ADAMS, President.
Jason Whiting, Secretary.
July 20, 1864. tf 14
l^AUGATUCK RAILROAD.- On and after
Monday, May 9, 1864, Trains will run
as follows :
Going North.—Leave Bridgeport.—10.15 aM.
For Winsted, connecting with the 8.00 a. m.
Train from New York,and with the 10.00 a.m.
from New Haven, and connecting at Waturbu
ry with Train to and from Hartford.
11.05 a. si. Freight Train for Winsted.
2.45 p. m. Mixed Train for Waterbury.
5.16 p. M. For Winsted, connecting with the
3.00 p. m. Train from New York, and the
5 00 p. M. Train from New Haven, and Water
bury with Train from Hartford.
Leave Waterbury for the A’orlh.—12.03 p. M.
Train for Winsted.
2.55 P. M. Freight Train for Winsted.
7.04 p. M. For Winsted.
Going Sooth.—Leave Winded.— 5.30 a. m.
Freight Train for Bridgeport.
6.40 A. M. For Bridgeport New York and
New Haven, connecting at Waterbury with
train for Hartford.
2.10 p. M. For Bridgeport, New York and
New Haven, connecting at Waterbury with
train for Hartford.
Leave Waterbury dor the South.
5.25 a. m. Mixed Train for Bridgeport and
New York.
8.16 l' For Bridgeport, New York aud New
Haven.
8.35 a. si. Freight Train for Bridgeport.
3.45 p. M. For Bridgeport. Now York and
New Haven.
The Stage from Norfolk connects with the
6.40 a. m. Train, down from Winsted, and re
turns on the arrival of the 5.16 p. m. Tiain
from Bridgeport.
The Woodbury Stage arrives to connect at
Seymour with the 6.40 a. m. Traiu down from
Winsted. and returns on the arrival of the
10.15 a. si. Train from Bridgeport.
The Stage from New Hartford, Otis, Cole
brook,Barrington, Sandisfield and Bethlem, ar
rives to connect with the 2.10 p. m. Train
down from Winsted, and returns on the arri
val of the 10.15 a. m. Train up from Bridge
port.
The Stage for Litchfield leaves Litchfield
Station on arrival of the 10»45 a. m aud 5.16
p. m. Trains from Bridgeport. The Stage for
Harwinton leaves Litchfield Station on the
arrival of the 10 15 a. m. Train from Bridge
port.
The Stage for Watertown leaves Waterbury
on arrival of the J0.15 a. m. Train up from
Bridgeport, and on Saturdays on arrival of the
6.16 p. si. train from Bridgeport.
Stage leaves Waterbury for Bethlem, Mid
dleburv and Woodbury, on arrival oi the 10 If
A. M. Train up from Bridgeport, on Mondays
Tuesdays and Saturdays, and for Bethlem alse
on Thursdays.
The Stage for Goshen leaves Wolcottville or
the arrival of the 10.15 a m. Train from Bridge
port, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
A Discount of 5 cents made to Passenger!
purchasing Tickets at the Office.
‘ . F- WATERBURY, Superint’dt.
Bridgeport, May 2, 1864. tfl
Thi3 Salve is a vegetable preparation, invent
ed in tlie 17 h century, by I)u- V, u. Grace,
surgeon in King James’s army. Through its
agency he eurecl thousands of most serious sores
and wounds that baffled the skill of the most
eminent physicians of his day, and was regarded
by all who knew him as a public benefactor.
Grace’s Celebrated Salve eurc3 Burns.
Grace's Celebrated Salve cure3 Scalds.
Grace's Celebrated Salve cure3 Flesh Y7otnds.
Grace’s Celebrated Sal Ja cures Corns.
Grace'3 Celsbratsd Salve oures Felons.
Grace's Celebrated Salvo cures Frcisn Limbs.
. Grace’s Colobratsd Salve cures Wens.
Orace’3 Celebrated Salvo cures Callouses.
Grace's Celebrated Salve cures Salt Rheum.
Grace’s Celebrated Salve cure3 Chilblains.
Grace’s Celebrated Salve cures Sore Breast.
Grace's Celebrated Salvo euros Sore Lips.
Grace’s Celebrated Salvo cures Erysipelas Seres.
Grace’s Celebrated Sslvs oures Abscesses.
Grace’s Celebrated Salvo curc3 Ulcers.
Grace's Celebrated Salvo cures Chapped Hands.
Grace’s Celebrated Salvo cures Ringworms.
And from Sores and Wounds of the most serious
nature down to a common Pimple. It eradi
cates Pimples from the face, and beautifies the
skin. There is no preparation before the public
that can equal this Salve in prompt Rnd ener
getic action for the speedy cure of cxtewial dis
eases, as those who have tried its virtusi testify.
Soldiers, Sailors, and Fishermen, will find this
Salvo their best friend.
It has none of the irritating, heating proper
. ties ofothcr remedies, but cools, cleanses, and
heals the most serious Sores and Wounds.
Every family, and especially those containing
• children, should keep a box on hand in case of
accident, for it will cave them much trouble,
suffering, and moneyAll it wants is a fair
trial to cure old and inveterate Sores.
MANUFACTURED BY
WILLIAM GHACE,
Price 25 cents per box.
Each box has the above cut and the fac-sinri
le of the proprietor’s signature attached to it,
which is duly copy-righted.
George C. Goodwin& Go. ,38 Hanover street,
Boston, General Agents for New England.
Grace’s Salve can be obtained at all the res
pectahle Druggists aud country stores every
where.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
E arc this week receiving a ekoiceStock
of
SEASONABLE GOODS.
To which your attention is invited.
FINE DRESS GOODS,
SHAWLS AND CLOTHS,
HOSIERY AND WHITE GOODS,
EXTRA LOT OF DOMESTICS,
SUN UMBRELLAS AND NOTIONS.
CARI’ETS, OIL CLOTHS & PAPER-HANG
INGS,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERE3, AND VESTINGS,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
HARDWARE,
CROCKERY, AND WOODEN WARE.

FI ME GROCERIES.
'
Choice CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEEDS, and !
all ldnds of GARDEN SEEDS, which it willi
pay you to call and look at. We want to sell
these Goods forfeai that they will 1 iso, as the
New York Market is very firm, with an upward
tendency.
Truly yours,
tf 1 EJSHOR & SEDGWICK.
Litchfield, April 21st, 18(14
NEW"SPRING* GOODS!
~%7%7'm IX. I_lli
Is now opening a large and varied stock of
NEW GOODS
for the
SPRING TRADE.
And special attention is called to his new
Stock of
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
SHAWLS, CLOAKINGS,
HANDKERCHIEFS, WHITE GOODS,
GLOVES AND HOSIERY,
EMBROIDERIES.
DOMESTIC GOODS,
FLANNELS,
TOWELINGSS,
CLOTHS AND CASSIMEUES,
YANKEE NOTIONS, &c.
Litchfield, April 6th 1S64.
SPRIN G MILLINERY.
E have received onr New Stock of
i
SPRING GOODS,
with the latest
PARIS AND NEW YORK FASHIONS,
to which the attention of our
LADY FRIENDS ;
is invited. Our Stock of
Hats, Ribbons, Flowers. &c.,
is the finest that we have ever had, and prices
VERY LOW
for the Times. Respectfully,
60tf MRS. BISHOP.
Ayer’s Cathartic Pills.
F. D. McNEIL,
FIRST DOOR EAST OF THE COURT HOUSE,
Is Receiving
0
AN ASSORTMENT OF
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS,
—CONSISTING OF—
PRINTS,
CIIALLIES,
Plain and Figured ALPACAS,
DE LAINES,
POPLINS, &c., &c.
Gent’s Furnishing Goods,
FANCY C A SSI MERES,
BINDINGS,
TAILORS’ TRIMMINGS,
COTTON ADES,
TWEEDS,
Plain Black & Mixed
-wCASSIMKRES, &c,
-—Also—
A G 0 0 D STOCK OF
GS-nOCEIOES,
CROCKERY,
AND
GEiJISS BVWRE.
Litchfield, May 4, 1804. tf 3
Friends and Relatives
OF TIIE
BRAVE SOLDIERS AND SAILORS.
.4. }.
I wfs • f U / lit su
HOLLOWAY’S PILLS
AND
OINTMENT.
All who ha-ve Friends and Relatives in tire
Army or Navy should take especial care that
they be amply supplied with these Pills and
Ointment; and where the brave Soldiers and
Sailors have neglected to provide themselves
with them, no better present can he sent them
by their Friends. They have been proved to
be the Soldier’s never-failing friend in the
hour of need.
Coughs and Colds affecting Troops,
Will he speedily relieved and effectually cur
■*>'1 by using these admirablo medicines, and
by paying proper attention to the Directions
which are attached to each Pot or Box.
Sick Headaches and Want cf Appetite Inci
DENTAL TO SOLDIEIIS.
Those feelings which so sadden us, usually
arise from trouble or annoyances, obstiucted
perspiration, or eating and drinking whatever
is unwholesome, this disturbing tlie healthy
ifetion of the liver and stomich. These or
gans must he relieved, if you desire to he
well. The Pills, taken accord! :g to the print
ed instructions, will quickly produce a healthy
action in both liver and stomach, and ns a
natural consequence, a clear head and good
appetite.
Weakness and Debility Induced by Over Pa
tio 1:2,
Will soon disappear by the use of these in
valuable Pills, and tlie Soldiers will quickly
acquire additional strength. Never let the
Bowels he either confined or unduly acted up
on. It may seem stiange, that Holloway's
Pills should be recommended for Dysentery
and Flux, many persons supposing that they
would increase the relaxation. This is agreat
mistake, for these Pills will correct the liver
and stomach, and thus ^remove all the acrid
humors from the system. This medicine will
give tone and vigor to the whole organic sys
tem, however deranged, while health and
strength follow as a matter of course. Noth
ing will stop the relaxation of the Bowels so
sure as this famous medicine.
Volunteers, Attention ! Indiscretions of
V orru.
Sores and Ulcers, Blotches and Swellings,
can with certainty be radically cured, if tlie
Pills are taken night and morning, and the
Ointment he freely vised as stated in printed
instructions. If treated in any other manner,
they dry up in one part to break out in anoth
er. Whereas, this Ointment will remove the
humors (torn the system, and leave the Patient
a vigorous and healthy man. It will require
a little peiseTerance in had cases, to insure a
lasting cure.
For Wounds either occasioned by the Bayonet,
Sabre or the Bullet, Sores or Bruises.
To which every Soldier and Sailor are liable,
there are no medicines so safe, sure and con
venient, as Holloway’s Pills and Ointment.
The poor, wounded, and almost dying sufferer
might have his wounds dressed immediately,
if he would only provide himself with this
Ointment, which should be thrust into the
wound and smeared all round it, then covered
with a piece of linen from his Knapsack, aud
compressed with a handkereliief. Taking night
and morning six or eight Pills, to cool the sys
tem and prevent inflammation.
Every Soldier’s Knapsack and Seaman’s
Chest should he provided, with these valuable
remedies.
CAUTION 1—None are genuine funless the
words “ Holloway’s New York and London,”
aie discernible as a Water-mark in every leaf of
the'book of directions around each pot or box ;
the same may he plainly seen by holding the
leaf to the light. A handsome reward will be
given to any one rendering such information
as may lead to the detection of any party or
parties counterfeiting the medicines or vend
ing the same, knowing them to be spurious.
o°o Sold at the manufactory of Professor
Holloway, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and
by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in
Medicine,) throuhout the world. Holloway’s
Pills and Ointment are now retailed, owing to
the high price of Drugs, &c., at 30 cts., 70 cts.
and SI. 10 per Box or Pot.
JIT" There is considerable saving by taking
the larger sizes.
N. B. Directions for the guidance of patients
in every disorder are affixed to each box.
Dealers .in my well known medicines
cv. , have Show Cards, Circulars, &c., sent them
1 .EE OF EXPENSE, by addiessing Thomas
olloway, 80 Maiden Lane, N. Y. 33yl
Good for Warm Weather !
SMOKED BEEF.
SUGAR CURED HAMS,
GRAHAM FLOUR,
HOMINY,
WHEATEN GRITS,
FARINA & CORN STARCH.
BLOCK ISLAND CODFISH—very choice.
No. 1 MACKEREL—in Kitts.
At BISHOP & SEDGWICK’S.
June 14, 1864. tf 9
New Haven Sugar-Cured Hams
FOR SALE BY
F. D. McNEIL. 1
Litchfield, May 26th, 1864. tf 6
The peculiar taint or
infection which we
call Scrofula lurks
in the constitutions of
multitudes of men. It
either produces or is
produced hy an en
ifeebled, vitiated state
gof the blood, wherein .
Ktliat fluid becomes in
jfjeompetent to sustain
jr/the vital forces in their
•^vigorous action, and
^leaves the system to '
-- ■ fall into disorder and
decay. The scrofulous contamination is va
riously caused hy mercurial disease, low
living, disordered digestion from unhealthy
food, impure air, filth and filthy habits
the depressing vices, and, above all, by
the venereal infection. Whatever be its
origin, it is hereditary in the constitution,
descending “ from parents to children unto
the third and fourth generation; ” indeed, it I
seems to be the rod of Him who says, “I will
visit the iniquities of the fathers upon their
children.” The diseases it originates take
various names, according to the organs it
attacks. In tlic lungs, Scrofula produces
tubercles, and finally Consumption; in the
glands, swellings which suppurate and be
come ulcerous sores; in the stomach and
bowels, derangements which produce indi
gestion, dyspepsia, and liver complaints ; on
the skin, eruptive and cutaneous affections.
These, all having the same origin, require the
same remedy, viz., purification and invigora
tion of the blood. Purity the blood, and
these dangerous distempers leave you. With
feeble, foul, or corrupted blood, you cannot
have health; with that “life of the flesh”
healthy, you cannot have scrofulous disease.
> Ayer’s Sarsaparilla
is compounded from the most effectual anti
dotes that medical science has discovered for
this afflicting distemper, and for the cure of
the disorders it entails. That it is far supe
rior to any other remedy yet devised, is
known by all who have given it a trial. That
it does combine virtues truly extraordinary
in their effect upon this class of complaints,
is indisputably proven by the great multitude
of publicly known and remarkable cures it
has made of the following diseases: King's
Evil, or Glandular Swellings, Tumors,
Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches and Sores,
Erysipelas, Rose or St. Anthony’s Fire,
Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Coughs from
tuberculous deposits in the lungs, White
Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis and
Syphilitic Infections, Mercurial Diseases,
Female Weaknesses, and, indeed, the whole
series of complaints that arise from impurity
of the blood. Minute reports of individual
cases may be found in Ayer’s Americas
Almanac, which is furnished to the druggists
for gratuitous distribution, wherein may he
learned the directions for its use, and some
of the remarkable cures which it has made
when all other remedies had failed to afford
relief. Those cases arc purposely l iken
from all sections of the country, in oi.hr
that every reader may have access to some
one who can speak to him of its benefits from
personal experience. Scrofula depresses the
vital energies, and thus leaves its victims far
more subject to disease and its fatal results
than are healthy constitutions, lienee it
tends to shorten, and docs greatly shorten,
the average duration of human life. The
vast importance of these considerations‘has
led us to spend years in perfecting a remedy j
which is adequate to its cure. This we now
offer to the public under the name of Ayer's
Sarsa pakiixa, although it is composed of j
ingredients, some of which exceed the Lest
of Sarsaparilla in alterative power. By its
aid you may protect yourself from the suffer
ing and danger of these disorders. Burge
out the foul corruptions that rot and fester
in the Mood, purge out the causes of disease,
and vigorous health wiii follow. By its pecu
liar virtues this remedy stimulates the vital
functions, and thus expels the distempers
which lurk within the .ystem or burst out
on any part of it.
We kiiow"lhc public have been deceived
hy many compounds of Sarsaparilla, that ;
promised much and did nothing; hut they j
will neither be deceived nor disappointed m (
this. Its virtues have been proven by alum- ,
dant trial, and there remains no question of j
its surpassing excellence for the* cure of the J
afflicting disca.-es it is intended to reach.
Although under the same name, it is a very
different medicine from any other which lias
been before the people, and is far more ef
fectual than any other which has ever been
ovallaU. t,. m
■/V'STEiR.’S
CHERRY PECTORAL,
The World’s Qreat Eemedy lor j
Coughs, Colds. Incipient Con
sumption, ana for the relief
of Consumptive patieute
in advanced stages
of the disease. -*
This liss been so long used and so uni
versally known, that we need do no more
than assure the public timt its quality is kept
up to the best it ever has been, and that it
may be relied on to do all it lias ever done.
Prepared by i)n. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemist9t
Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all druggists every where.
Sold by A. C. Smith, Litchfield ; N. Smith,
and W. L. Smedley, Morris; J. II. Welch,
Norfolk , Brooks Bios., Goshen ; H. L. Ken
ney, Bantam Falls ; and all dealers in medi
cine everywhere. r ] y 47
SlBMf MM1® mk
JBLI TREAT, once again would inform
• his old customers who have so liberaly
patronized him during the past twelve years
that he has sold the Store he now occupies
and it will change tenants on the first of Octo
ber next. The next six months he will devote
his time to selling off his entire Stock of goods
Let no one entertain a doubt, as to thefaet that
his goods are to be sold out entire within the
next six months. Every person is interested
in this sale at this present time, particularly
where goods in market lule so enormously
high, especially when they arc assured that
almost nine-tenths of his stock was purchased
before tbe advance.
If anybody wishes to cut the Corners they
now have an opportunity, as the Goods will be
sold out entire. Every thing except Fixtures
will be sold at private sale, if possible, and if
any thing remains, the Auction hammer will
close up tho balance.
J. ELI TREAT.
New Milford, April 1, 1864. tl tfo2
For Rats, Mice, Roaciiks, Ants, Bed Bcas,
Moths in Furs, Woolens, &c,, Insects on
Planis, Fowls, Animals, &c.
Put up in 25c. 50c. and SI.00 Boxes, Bottles,
and Elasks. So and $5 sizes for Hotels, Pub
lic Institutions. &c.
“Only infallible remedies known.”
“ Free from Poisons.” . ,,
“ Not dangerous to the Human Family.”
“ Eats come out ot their holes to die.
gST" Sold’Wholesale in all large cities,
girsold by all Druggists and Retailers every
where. .
ggp!! ! BEWARE 1 ! 1 of all worthless imita
tions. .
Igpseeihat “ COSTAR'S” name is on each
Box, Bottle, and Flask, before you buy.
gfPAddress HENRY R. COSIAR.
gffCoMEECiAL Dfpot 482 Broadway N. Yr.
jgf* Sold Wholesale and Retail by all Drug
gists in Litehfield, Conn.
501 '
HOOP SKIRTS ! HOOP SKIRTS ! |
LADIES!—If you want the best HOOP ,
SKIRTS in market for yourself or the
children, you can find it at
tf 8 BISHOP & SEDGWICK’S.
WHISKEY
0. A. RICHARDS,
Mo ©£»,
WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON,
Would most respectfully invite the attention
>nd examimitioq of all Grocers, Druggists
Apotbecaiies and I’rivate Individuals, delit'
uig to sell or use
STRIC'ILY PUKE
Liquors, Wines, Cordials,
or Bitters,
to the List of Choke Goods enumerated be
low, Which Hie constantly on hand in large
Barge and spacious WINE
hi ORE and BOIILINU E8TAl*USHii jyy
No. 99 WASHINGTON ST., *
BOSTON.
First on the List, ns a reliable ;-uie stiinti
lunt, stands the celebrated and widely known
golden sheaf
BOUII HON WlayKEY,
made from Wheat, Jty„ and tVrn, warranted
no years old. In! up in unique style, each
bottle in a paper b.>x in cases of one dozen
eaeli; the large and increasing sales of which
convince the proprietor that no extended ad
vertisement is needed (o extol its real merits.
It will recommend itself on trial.
GOLDEN SHEAF CORDIAL,
A delight fill and healthful beverage, aro
matic, with a. rich ginger cordial, made 1'iom
the pure Gulden fcdicat Bourbon.
GOLDEN SHEAF RITTERS.
The best Tonic Ritter ever offered to the?
Public. Mingled with the rich flavor of the
Rom bon are a number of other ingredients
fur restoring the appetite and imparting lifo
and vigor to the whole system.
GOLDEN SHEAF PUNCH,
Made from fresh, ripe Ieiut ns. and other ar
ticles, combined as a whole, into a fine rich
ROURBON WHISKEY i’UNVII.
All the above put np in the full strength
oi the-\vhisk< y, ami in cases of un« dozen
each. These articles inji?\:ve by ago, and no
exposure of climate can affect them.
JOHN AND ROBERT DUNSTERES
CKLEUBATKD /
AONUON BOOK
SPIRITS AX'D* M IXES,
[inported Solely by C. A. 11., in wood, flora
the London Docks, and bottled by him ill
Ameriv a. Thu distinguished and world wide
reputation t»t these articles has induced tho
subscriber to ..seek and * Uaio the Sole Agency
\n ibis country. They me sold only in Bot
tles, mfinut pure and without adulteration,
and comprise the Lm. kinds as follows ; —
LON LON LOCK E IN.
LONDON 1) OK BRANDY,
LONDON LOCK SilERRY,
LONDON DOCK To I IT.
All in eases of one <!**>:•• u e nd), in strong
shipping ord. r fm* imn:-* iiate transportation,
ami are Sl id iow« i (am my oth»T liquors or
'■vines in the market, oi equal quality.
R«i*v .iia Wines.
The Jnrgii il. nmnd for the pure wines of
,'allfornia t.n.- is ok i' n 11 x( 1 fact that no
ivcll selected sh ck of Wines c < uuplete with
nit them. ('. A. il bus mule urinngementt
<>r the entire product ion of THE LARGEST
ONKYAKU IN C'Ai.il'OltNIA ! ! and is now
jot i i! ntc, unci offers for sale the finest GALt
D'ORNIA WINES ever seen in ti,is Market, ot
e'Ui" q.t dittos, ill splendid sty le of labels, but*
les nral crises —such ns
A no LICA — Sue t.
Four, !:i h.
Hock,—Pry.
Btill Cn.'.Mi’Aii.",- Delicious.
•4* " '
I'.iiTH’.s attracted by ibis advertisement, o?
v.h<> have already become acquainted with th«
pjalitioH of these articles, can have a piioc
ist sent by mad, or samp! :s by express, whoa
iesiif.d, oy addressing the Subscriber.
C. A. RICHARDS,
00 Washington Street, Bohok.
Note.—(’. A. llichaids would also beg leavj
•) state that the allow are only a part of tlift
ist ot articles tor gale and imported by him.
Ic has. ill addition, one of the hugest stocks
n America, of Fine Born.ed Wines and Spir
its, of every variety and kind, together with
i fine .assortment of Liquors and Wines in
original packages, for sale by the cask or gal
on. Also, Fink Cigars, Sardines, Pickles,
sauces, and every kind of table luxury tisuaV
y found in a first cl as* wine storj in this
rountry or in Europe.
Orders are most re.-pictfully solicited.
May 28, 1804. ly 85 ..
Lazarus k Morris
OPTICIANS AND OCU LISTS.
CAUTION ! SWINDLING!
33.73 CACsj TIOTJS S ! !
That you are not swindled hy persons falsely
representing themselves to be our agents, who
go from house to house offering inferior Specta
cles on the credit of our repu ation.
WE EMPLOY
NO AGENTS OR PEDDLERS,
Mr. P. H. MORRIS,
A member of the firm attends regularly ev
ery Two months, and will be at
from whom only, in this vicinity, can their
celebrated Perfected Spectacles be bad. Hu is
EXCEEDINGLY SKILLFUL
In fitting the eye,
COURTEOUS AND ATTENTIVE
and will uphold the acknowledged reputa
tion of the firm for
HONOR and INTEGRITY
In the conduct of their business.
£sJ”Nete the date of visit, and that
NO PEDDLERS OR AGENTS ARE EMPLOYED.
iLASAfB©3-& EKDIBIBII9*
PRACTICAL OPTICIANS AND OCUULISTS
No. 17, t |> Stairs, Hunger foul It
Cone’s Block, Hart foul, Conn,
—AND —
No. 184 MAIN STREET, Springfield, Mass
THE PUTNAM
CLOTHES WRINGER.
Hie only reliable self-adjusting Wring
sr in the market. A good stock now
>n hand—price $7, $7,50,and $9,00. You
:an take one on trial, and keep it if you
ike >t. For sale at
Bishop & SsDGwiort,

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