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CAB G MOSES, A CO., 27 Cortland*, street,New
York. . y, '
Authorized Agents for Litchfield, Buell &
Wessells; and sold by all pellets In Medicines,
in Litchfield County.
RELIEF In TEN MlNUfES.
BRYAN’S PULMONIC WAFERS.
WT The original Medicine established in 1837
Md first article of the kind ever, introduced un
der the name of ‘ Pulmonic Wafers’ in this 91
any other country; all other Pulmonic Wafers
are counterfeits. The genuine can be known
by the name of BRYAN being stamped on each
Wafer. - atarT] ■ -j •
These wafers have been before the public for
nearly thirty years, and the'1 immense sale at
tained, riot oniy in America but in foreign
countries, fully atte t tbeir intrinsic worth.—
The medics 1 properties aTe superior to any oth
er article offered for the cure of Pulmonary or
Bronchial affections, and the quantify contained
in each box is nearly double that of the many
worthless imitations advertised. 7-f ■
BRYAN’S PULMONIC WAFERS.
Cures Coughs. Colds, Sore Throat, Hoarseness,
Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchittig, Difficult Breath
ing, Spitting of Blood, Pains in the Chest, Incip
ient Consumption and all diseases of the Bangs.
Not only affording temporary relief, but effect
ing a rapid and lasting cure and are warranted
to give satisfaction in every instance. They do
not nauseate like alcoholic compounds, aud tbe
medicinal properties are combined in a form to
agreeable and pleasant to tbe taste, that any
child will readily take them. One dose will al{
ways afford .
' BELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
To Vocalists and Public Speakers, these Wa
fers are peculiary valuable; they will in one
day remove the most severe occasional hoarse
ness; and tbeir regular use for a few days will
at ail times, increase the power and flexibility
of the voiee, greatly improving its tone, com
pass and clearness, for which purpose they are
, regularly used by many professional vocalists.
The very great celebrity of this invaluable
remedy has induced unprincipled persons to
1 prepare base imitations, which disappoint tbe
just expectations of the purchaser, aud injure
the character of the genuine medicine.
See that the word ‘BUYAN’ is stamped on
each Wafer, aud also observe the fac simile of
the signature of. the Proprietor ' JOB MOSES’
on each wrapper, tocounterfcit which is forgery.
|W~ Offending parties will be dealt with to the
full extent of the law.
Bryan’s Pulmonic Wafers arc for sale by all
Druggists.
JOB MOSES, Sole Proprietor, 27 Ccrtlandt
St., N. Y. Sold by BUELL & WESSELLS.
4 lyeow •”
Whiskers I Whiskers!
DO yoH want WUskers or Mustaches 1 Our
Grecianr Compound will- force them to
grow on tbe smoothest face or chin, or hair ou
bald heads, in Six Weeks. Price $1 00. Sent
by mail anywhere,, closely scaled, on receipt of
price/ iJ n
Address * WABNER & CO.
3fiyl m f Brooklyn, New York.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
The advertiser, having been restored to
health in a few weeks by a very simple remedy
after having suffered for several years with a
severe lung affection, and that dread disease,
Consumption—is anxious to make known to
his fellow sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire it. he will send a copy of
the prescription used (free of charge), with the.
directions for preparing and using the same,
which thev will find a sure cure for Consump
tion, Asthma, Bronciiits, Coughs, Colds, and
all Throat and Lung Affections.^ The only <jb-_
ject of the advertiser in sending the Prescrip-1
tion is to benefit the afflioted, and spread jnr.
formation which he conceives to be injsrwUei
and he hopes every sufferer will try his reme
dy, as it will cost them ^nothing, and may
prove a blessing.. vjuj
Parties wishing the prescription, free, by
return mail, will please address
Rav EDWARD A. WTLSON,
45-ly Williamsburg, Kings Co.. N. Y.
ITCH! ITCH11, ITCH!!!
SCRATCH 1 SCRATCH!! SCRATCH!! '
Wheaton’s Olntihent'' •
will curb the itch in 48 HOURS.
Also cures SALT RHEUM, ULCERS, CHIL
BLAINS, and all Eruptions of the Skin. Price
60 cents. For Sale by all druggists.
By sending 00 cents to WEEKS & POTTER,
Sole Agents, 170 Washington street, Boston, it
will be forwarded by mail, free of postage, to
any part of the United States. tt,
Oct. 25, 1865. iilv.v
A NEW PERFUME FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF,
1 Phnlan’a *• Night Blooming Cereu..”
Phalra’* “Night Blooming Ceren*.”
Photon’* “ Night Blooming Ceren*.”
Photon’* “Night Bloeming Ceren*.”
Pholoo’a “Night Blooming Cerona.”
A molt exquisite, delicate, and Fragrant Perfume,
distilled from the rare and beautiful floorer from
which it takes its name.
Manufactured only by
PDAIiOIt dfc SON, New York.
BEWARE OF COUKTERFEITS.
‘ ASK FOR PH AEON’S—TAKE NO OTHER.
Ntw ^iroerfisemente.
' AUTUMN
Is Upon IT •»}:'
. . - - <? -,'x /. . .
Grim Winter is Coming, Let
ns Prepare!
V
THE undersigned respectfully solic
its an early examination, by
DRYGOC S
purchasers, of his large and complete
Stock of
Fail an«l Winter
Foreign Brass (roods,
SHAWLS andCLOTH GARMENTS,
'WOOLEN YARN GOODS,
Double and single fold.
Also a full stook of Domestic Woolens,
particularly adapted to tlfewants of
1 BMEBS.
1S“ All desirable goods arc advan
cing. Early purchasers will Save mon?
J. H.BRODR1CK
No. 3 Hotchkiss Block,
Wdterimijr, Kept, litb, 1866. \ ; V
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GUT A BOOTY OF
STATIONERY
ii •: i -Jli »•••• ; -- , • \ ^ ' -t * \
AT COST
,, B> fare the »tock i* closed Oft at
09 Um '■ ■ ■ ■■■■■■- 4 - • o .* ‘■ ',
i NORTHROP 8 GALLERY OP ART,
____ . ..
.a Vif .C-.-’S 2 jv. . u ■ “i -
jsgwBBimmmqft i||l[.
i
. ‘tits' » j .(
Willcox & Gibb’s
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SILENT 'i
SEWING MACHINES
AIL KINDS OF WORK CAN be done on
it,—from the lightest to the heaviest,—
and no danger of getting out of order.
It is Simple, Compact, Efficient. Dvralle and
Cheap. _ , :
Th6 Best Family Machine
IN THE WORLD.
(@~Cali and see the Machine, if only for
I •
curiosity. ,
22 tf FRANCIS' 8 PFCK, gent.
THE Copartnership heretofore existing un
der the name and firm of Starr. Burkett
& Co., is hereby dissolved by mutual consent.
B. P,_$TARK,
R BURKETT,
S. S. IVES.
Haitford, August 27»b, P8CG
The subscribers have this day furmeda co
partnership under the name and firm of Bur
kett & Ives, and having bought out the inter
est of B. P. Starr, who retires on account of his
health, will carry on the business of'the Bee
Hive as heretofore, RALPH BURKETT.
JOHN S. IVES.
Hartford, Aug. 27th, 1866.
REFERRING to the foregoiug announce
ments. Messis. Burkett & Iv*s take this
opportunity to assure (he patrons ofthe“Bce
Hivo” of their intention to keep a largerstock
than ever of the very best goods made, and in
all the variety of styles in which they deal, all
of which will be offered at the lowest prices.
Being convinced that the One Price System
will beuefit both themseives and their custom'
ers, they will from this date adopt tha't sys
tem. The price of all goods will he marked in
plain figurcre, from which 'there will be no
deviation. >
Grateful for past favors, they trope that the
business Integrity' of the ‘‘Bee Hive” for the
hist twenty years, and a Btrict adherence to
the above system, will merit for them a con
tinuance of public patronage.
•! •• : Respectfully;'1
BALPH BURKETT.
JOHN 8. IVES,
••Bee Hive ” 386 Main St., Hartford, \
Sept. 1st, 1866. /
For the Fall season now
Opening.
GREAT STOCKS in all DEPARTMENTS.
Dry Goods. Dress Goods, t v, .
linen Housekeeping Goods, Embroideries,
Carpetings, Paper Hangings,
W; propose to sustain the reputation of the
■FAMOUS >• BE! HIVE”
for keeping the largest Btock of the very bert
goods at the
LOWEST PRICES. ~
One pric<^ marked-in plain figures, no deviation.
We invite the tr§de of Litebpeld and vicinity
to an inspection this stock.
f -cqr JPWjpSf & IVES,
*-•*-*- r■‘‘•See’Hive,’^86 Main 8t.,
‘ 1 J ' 3 •' Hartford, Conn.
NEW AUTUMN GOODS.
', Liadles
YOUR ATTENTION IS INVITED TO THE
largest, richest and most at
tractive stock df *
DRESS GOODS,
EVER SEEN IN THI8 MARKET.
New Empress Cloths, New Merinos.
New Alapacas.New Silk Striped Poplins,
New Plaid Merinoe, New Woo! Delanes,
■f PI^RfPS-iNtw Wool Plaids. Prints,
Delaoes, Ac., Ac.,.
Plirtr add Plaid Cpferi Flannels,
While and Cantorr Flnonehr.-r' v
Davies Sifk.ind Merino Vesta,
White, Blue,.Scarlet and Random,
New White and Brown Cotton's,
Gloves, Hosiery, AoJ
FOR GENTLEMEN
A large stock of
Ready-Made Clothing
Business Suits, Overcoats, Ac.
Fancy Flannel Sbirts, and Shirtings,
Wrappers, Drawers, Gloves, Ac. .
BAITS? :: BAITS? BAITS«
The Park Hat, the Brandon Hat,
i ' The Driving Hat.
Silk Hats, Fur Hats, Wool Hats, all the new
styles, for all men and'all boys.
Ladies and Gentlemen will find ns with as
good a stock of -Goods, and at as low prices as
«an be found anywhere, please call and ex
amine the stock ot
BISHOP A SEDGWICK.
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS remain
ing in the Post Office, at Litchfield, Conn,
on Tuesday, Sept. 11th :
Andrews Nathan Fitspatrick James
Addis Mrs Francis BHamlia Mra Sarah A
Addis Mias Maria Hosack N P
Atwood Dr G H Holland Thomas 2
Baker Wm Harrison Mrs Maria
Briggs Jacob Hannah Mrs Sanford
Baits Miss Franois Jano Miss Mary
Bartlett 0 C K Johnson Maria
Belknap Miss Judson Russell
Bannister Jerimnia Jackson Mrs Samuel
Crapo MiSs Corndia W Kindrick Wm
Clark1 Mrs Mary Kirby James
Catlin Miss flattie Morehouse Lyman
Cummings C Morrison F
Crosby 8 Payne George
Clark Preston S Pratt Andrew 2
Drowen Daniel Page C
Drew Wm H * 8ptrry Miss Addie L 2
Digbrc David B Scott Miss Lizzie
DickensoD Miss Eme-Sbannon Mary
„ line Thompkins W W 1st Ll
Dams Henry 0 USA
Dayton Benjamin Wilson- 0 E
Grou John Wadhams Frederick L
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say advertised. -
RIVESIUS MARSH, P. M.
DISOLUTION.
rBAHE partnership heretofore existing under
, , the name of Buell and Wessells is by mu
tnal consent this day dissolved.
W C EUELL
H W WESSELLS.
THE business of the abov^ firm will be
continued in all its branches, by the un
dersigned. . i.
I r L W WES SELLS & SONS.
-A LL persons having, unsettled accounts
ink. With the firm of Baell and Wessells will
confer a favor by settling the Batne immediate
ly 223w H.W WESSELLS.
Litchfield Sept. 1st 1866. *
* ESTRAY. .
BRQKE from the enclosure on the 19th of
August a chestnut colored injure about fif
***** hands high white strip inlforehead, hind
legs white two' thirds to the’ gambbis. Aliy
person giving information as to "her wherea
bouts s^H ,b». liberally jfwarded.
t -a , i - , ,H G HULL".'
22 3* West Meriden Ct.
~ • 5Q~GIEL& WANTED.
work on stwiog machine* that run by
flPf Ct. at Di nhury Shirt., Factory- For
P* 5, epply "to. WM, H 5 HBWITT Esq.
lOigjrnwnlJ or H B FANTON Danbury Ct.22?t
! probav Nov-es «
PURSUANT to an Older of the Court of
Prohate for the District of Litchfield Will
be sold at public auction on the 16th day of Oc
tober 1866, the Real' Estate of Norman Buell
late of Litchfield deceased, containing _ about
27 acres. Sole to take place at the. late "resi
dence of said deceased. *■
cr , j L R BARBER.
Administrator.
Litchfield Sept. H 1866 / 22 3w*
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PROBATE Court, District of Litchfield rs.
Sept. 7 1866. , -
Wm U Berry of Litchfield having made an
assignment of his Estate, to Hubbell Alvord
*t Torrington for the benefit of all his credit
ors. the 18th day of September inst., at 2
o’lock P M is hereby assigned for appointing
and approving a Trustee upon - said Estate at
the Probate Office in Litchfield
CHARLES ADAMS
22 lw Judge,
1 •• -'J i -_L'a .. ..__
PROBATE Court, District of Litchfield
Sept. It 1866.
Ordered. that tHe Executor on the Estate of
Orlando F Craue, late of Litchfield deceased,
exhibit his administration account with the
Estate of said deceased for settlement at the
Probate Office in Litchfield on the 19th day of
September lust at 2 o'clock P M.
H S BARBOUR
Actiag Judge.
DISTRICT of Kent s*. Probate Court Sept.
7th 1866.
Estate of Walter Terrell late of Kent in said
District deceased. The Court o{ Probate for
the District of Kent hath limited aiid allowed
six months irom date of this order for theCred
itors of raid Estate.-represented insolvent,,in
which to exhibit their claims against said,es
tate ; and has appointed Frederick H Mallory
and John Chase Commissioners to receive and
examine said claims.
i • ■ ■- Certified by '
M sParnum
Judge.
The subscribers give notice that they shall
meet at th-jstore of Segar and Mallory at South
Kent ou the 15th day of September 1866 and
on the 7th of March 1867 at 2 o’clock in the
afternoon on each of said days, for the purpose
of attending to the business of said appoint
ment.
FREDERICK A MALLORY 1 „
JOHN CHASE } Commissioners
A11 persons indebted to said Estate are t e
Quested to make immediate payment to
- JOHN SEGAR.
22 lw Administrator
DISTRICT of Plymouth 8S Probate Court
Sept. 6 th 1866.
Upon the application of Aaron Thomas show
ing to this Court that he is Guardian to Laura
A Thomas of Plymouth a Minor belonging to
said District, and that said Minor is the owner
of the following real estate, viz : One certain
■piece of land situated in the village of Thom
aaton in the town of Plymouth, between widow
Levi Castles lot and Martha Woodruff’s lot be
ginir.g on highway at the corner of said lot of
Martha Woodruff thence running on liue of
highway N 56J° E 6 rods 12 links ; thence
N 38J° W 6 rods 18 links; thence W 66}° E
6 rods and 14 links; thence S' 82J° E 6 rods 14
links, to the place of beginning containing 43
square rods valued at about Fourteen hnndred
dollars, showing just and reasonable cause ior
selling said real estate: praying for an order
that he or some other meet person be empow
ered to sell the same, ag per application on fl'e
dated the 6th day of September 1866 more ful
ly appears Ordered—'thatthe foregoing Ap
plication be heard at the Probate-Office in Ply
mouth on the 10th day of November 1866 at
10 o’clock forenoon ; and that notice thereof
be published in some public newspaper where
such real estate lies, three weeks successively
at least six weeks before said time assigned.
" AltbufV. B. C. GIDDINGS
t r ; ■„ Judge
PROBATE Court District of New Milford ss
August 25th 18G6
In the Estate of Charles F Hubbell of New
Milford in said Distiict an assigning Insolvent
Debtor, This Court limits and allows two
months from the 25th day of August A D.
1866, for the creditors of said estate to exhibit
their claims to the Commissioners. Messrs
Solomon U Bostwick of New Milford and Hen!
vy J Church of Washington, Litchfield County
are appc inted commissioners (o receive, exam
ine and decide upon the claims of the creditors
of said assigning insolvent debtor, presented
to them within the time limited, and they are
to meet in the execution of their duties on the
29th day of September and the 25th day of Oc
tober, A D 1866, at the office of said Solomon
E Bostwick, in said New Milford at 10 o’clock
itr lhe forenoon on each of said days for the
purpose of attending on the pusiness of aid
appointment.
Attest JAMES H McMAHOM
22 lm • Judge.
(3 DISTRICT of Litchtfield ss. Probate Court,
j. ™ September 1866.
Estate of William Wooden late of Litchfield
in said District, deceased. The Court of Pre
bate for the District of Litchfield hath limited
and allowed six months from the date hereof,
for the Creditors of said Estate to exhibit their
claims for settlement. Those who neglect to
present their accounts properly attested, with
in said time, will be debarred a recovery. All
persons indebted to said Estate are requested
to make immediate payment to
21-8w° PHEBE WOODEN, Executrix.
A T a Court of Probate holden at Harwin
ton within and for the District of Har
winton on the 27th day .of Arrgnst A D1856,
Present, Lewis Smith Esq. Judge.
On motion of Emily J Bissell and Horace
Bissell Administrator on the Estate of Horace
Bissell late of Harwinton within said district
deceased; This Court doth decre that Six
months be allowed and limited for the credit
ora of said Estate to exhibit their claims against
the same to the Admistrator and Administra
trix and directs that public notice be given of
this order Dy advertising in a newspaper pub
lished in Litchfield and by poeting a copy
thereof on the public sign pest in said town of
Harwinton nearest the place where the deceas
last dwelt
Certified from Record.
HC OSBORN
20 3w Clerk.
A T a Court of Probate holden at Plymouth
•'* within and for the District of Plymouth
on the 22d day of August A D 1866.
Present V R(J Giddings Esq., Judge.
On motion of Lyman Tolies one of the Ad
miuistratora on the estate of Oliver Baity late
of Plymouth within said District deceased:
This Court doth decree that six months be al
lowed and limited for the creditors of said es
tate to exhibit their claims against the same
to the Administrators and directs that public
notice be given ol this older by advertising in
a newspaper published in Litchfield and by
posting a copy thereof on the public sign-post
in said town of Plymouth nearest the {dace
where the deceased last dwelt.
Certified trom Record.
TEC GIDDINGS.
20 3w Judge.
4T a Court of Probate holden at Salisbury
within and for the Distrust of. Salisbury
on the 24th day of August A D 1865;
Present, Albert Moore Esq., Judge.
On motion of Walter R Whittlesey Esq. Ad
ministrator on the Estate of Mrs Eliza F
Whittlesey late of Salisbury within said dis
trict deceased This Court doth decree that
six months be allowed and limited for the
creditors of *»id 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 s newspaper publish
ed in Litobfisld County and by posting * copy
thereof on the pnblie sign post in seid town
of Salisbury-nearest the place where the de
oeased last dwelt. , t ,
. Certified from Record, if
- -y.<I’-'*- ALBERT M5oR2.
20 3w V , ' Judge.
THE Court of Probate for the. District of
Canaan hath limited and allowed bix
months from the date hereof for the creditors
of the Estate of Harvey Dean late of Canaan in
said District deceased, withi which to exhibit
their claims ngetnst said estate to the Execu
tor for settlement. All those who neglect to
present thekolaiopaproperly attested within
said timroriatto] debarred a recovery, ‘ Ail
person indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to
8IDNEY ENSIGN
Canaan July 81,1866.
' - -..._
rp^HE Court of Probate for the District of
.. Litchfield hath limited and allowed six
mouths from the date hereof, for the creditors
to the Estate of Mrs Nabby Frisbie late of
Litchfield in 8aid District, deceased, in which
to exhibit their claim for allowance and settle
menl. Those neglecting to present their ac
counts within said time, properly attested, will
be debarred a recovery. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immedi
ate payment to
FREDERICK P HILL.
- : --- Administrator.
Aug 30 18S6. 21 3w°
TT-T-. r.---I-:
rptHE Couit of Probate for the District of
JE Litchfield hath limited and allowed six
months from the date hereof, for the creditors
to the Estate of Charlotte H Hall late of Litch
field in said District, deceased, in which to ex
hibit their claims for allowance and settlement
Those neglecting to present their accounts
within said time, properly attested, will be de
barred a recovery. All persons indebted to
tp said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to
PHILIP S BEEBE
Execntor.
Litchfield Aug. 24 1866. 20 3we
FOR SALE.
ANEW Piano-Forte, seven octaves, carved
rosewood case, a superior instrument in
every respect. Apply to
Mi. HENRY PHELPS
Bank Street, Waterbary,
two doors north of the Post Office, nearly op
posite the Baptist Church.
The best place in the Valley to buy
BOOKS, STATIONERY, NEWS,
MUSIC, PICTURES, PICTURE
FRAMES, BLANK-BOOKS,
SCHOOL BOOKS SAB
BATH SCHOOL
LIBRARIES,
i?AS3®¥ iKSMILlS* HIT®*
A E ABBOTT, Proprietor.
C S Abbott, Manager.
Waterbuiy i Aug, .10, 1866. 18-lf
• . r, - ’
inom
BOOK BINDERY,
At Watertoury!
a :. . m _
Is now iu full operation. Orders for Blank
Books, and Book Binding of every description
solicited.
HP Superior workmanship, promptness, and
reasonable prices may be rtlud upon.
A. F. ABBOTT.
Waterbuiy, Aug- 10, 18fiH. 18 tf
Church, Heminway & Co.,
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HAYS JUBT OPENED THEIR STOCK OF
FALL GOODS!
which they are
Bound to Sell as LOW as they
can be hatl In the City,
A good line of
Ingrain Carpets
. at $1,20 to $1,67.
Also, a nice line of
OIL CLOTHS,
WINDOW SHADES AN D TRIM . INGS,
in every variety
Heavy Standard Cottons, 25 cts.
Best DeLaiues, 23 to 30 cts.
Merrimack Prints, 20 to 23 cts.
Good Prints at 18 cts.
Shawls, Dress Goods, &c., &c., &c., &c.
Call and see them at
CHURCH, HEMINWAY & CO'S
WOLCOTrVILLK, CONN.
Wolcottville, Sept. 3d, 1866. 21-tf.
READ, READ!
A NUW
Tailoring Establishment
IN WOLCOTTVILLE.
HAVING secured the services of CHAS. B.
BENEDICT, as good a Cutter as any city
or town can boast of, we are prepared to make
to order in the latest styles and at the shortest
possible notice all kinds of Garments, at pri
ces that will please yon all and ‘will wai rant
in every instance a perfect tit.
We have constantly on hand a large assort
ment of
Broadcloths, Casslmeresi
VESTINGS,
GENT’S FURNISHING GOODS, &c.
'
I - ’ * • - -
Gent’s bring your ladies with you. as we can
please them also-, we have a good assortment of
PRESS GOODS,
BROWN AND BLEACHED COTTONS,
TABLE DAMASK,
, NAPKINS,
1 iu fact everything in the
Dry Goods Line,
and at prices that will do you good. Give us
a call and satisfy yourself.
' •1 ’ ’' You is Respectfully, „ .
-MB-tf i WORKMAN BRO’S.
CJAtT PORK, HAMb" and SMOKED
O BBBF, at F. D. MoNEIL’S.
k Ums-Mississi
LOCOMOTIVES,
Iron Castings and Steam Boilers.
THE HINKLEY & WILLIAMS WORKS,
No. 416 Harris m Avenue, Boston,
Are prepared to- manufacture locomotives.
Common and gun metal castings of from ten
pound? to thirty tons weight, made.in green
sand, dry sai d, or loam, as desired. Also flue
and Tubular Boilers and “ Binkley's Patent
Boilei” for Locomotive or Stationary Engines,
warranted to gave .a large percentage )f fuel
over any boiler now in use.
FOR INVESTMENT ! ,
7 per cent. California State-Aid Bonds of Cen
tral Pacific R. R. Co , Interest and Principal
PAYABLE IN GOLD.
OSWEGO AND ROME R. R. BONDS,
• Interest 7 per cent.
DRY DOCK, EAST BROADWAY AND BATTE-*
RY R. R. BONDS, (Street Railway,)
Having ten years to run. Interest 7 per cent,
payable in New York. For sale on favorable
terms by
S. W. HOPKINS & CO,,
69 & 71 Eroadwa.v, New York.
Orders can be left with Banks or Bankers,
who will execute the sale.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
ENGLISH
GLAZED HARDWARE PAPER.
i he attention of Manufacturers and others
is called to a superior article we are now mak
ing. Samples sent by mail
We have on hand a general assortment of
Manila, Wrapping and Straw papers. Also,
Hemp and Flax Twines.
' HARRIS, BROTHER & CO..
Paper Manufacturers,
No. 49 John Street, New York.
Easblons for 1866.
BRADLEY’S DUPLEXELIPTIC
OH DOUBLE SPRING SKIRTS.
Will not Rend or Break like the single springs
They are both Durable, Economical, and Styl
ish, and will Preserve their Perfect and Beauti
ful Shape, where other skirts are thrown aside
as useless. WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY,
97 Chambers St., N Y. ,
THE METROPOLITAN
COLLAR CO., -N. Y.
Manufacture varieties of
LINEN PAPER COLLARS.
Sold by first-class dealers throughout
the country.
C&OSSKAN'S
n Patent 8alt Cruet.
For economy and neatness not to be
excelled, avoiding the filthy method
cow in use. by which contagious dis
eases are circulated. By this simple
article the salt is kept clean and dry,
and can be sprinkled, as easily as
pepper. Ask for it of your grocer. For sale
everywhere.
NAT URESJLEMEDIES
THE WATERS OF THE
CONGRESS, EMPIRE, AND
COLUMBIAN SPRINGS
Are bottled fresh and pure al the Springs with
out addition or alteration of any kind, and in so
careful a manner that they retain their medici
nal value for years.
Congress and Empire Water
Are used with the greatest success in the treat
meiH of Dystiepsia, Scrofula, Constipation, and.
Cutaneous Diseases, and with *decided advan
tage in ''u'.monarv Complaints.
COLUMBIAN WATER
Is an effective Remedy for Diabetes, Gravel and
all diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder, and
especially excellent in diseases peculiar to wo
men These waters being
PURE, NATURAL AND UNADULTERATED
May be taken with safety which no artificial
preparation can rival. 'Their effects are alike
pleasant. Their preserving use will almost in
variably restore health and vigor.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. HOTELS, WINE
MERCHANT'S, AND FIRST CLASS GROCERS.
AT WHOLESALE ONLY BY
HOTCHKISS SONS, Proprietors.
Saratoga Springs, and 92 Beekman St., N. Y.
Orders by mail receive prompt attention.
CHEVALIERS LIFE FOR THE HAIR
NEVER FAILS to restore gray hair to its origi
nal color, freshness and beauty; will POSI
TIVELY stop its falling out; will SURELY
promote its growth ; is CERTAIN to impart
life and vigor; will INVARIABLY keep the
head in a clean, cool and healthy condition ;
i contains nothing injurious ; has NO EQUAL as
a HAIR. DRESSING, and is endorsed by
our best physicians. I assure you, la
dies and gentlemen, it is all you require for
the hair. Sold by all Druggists, and at my of
fice, No. 1121 Broadway. N Y SARAH A CHEV
ALIER, M D At Wholesale in Boston, by Geo.
0 Goodwin, & Co., Weeks & Potter, M 5 Burr,
& Co., Carter & Willey.
Doct. McComb savs of TARRANT’S EF
FERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT, “ It
meets my fullest approbation, having tested it
in numerous instances. In all cases of Irrita
tion or Aeidity of the Stomach, Heartburn and
Costivencs.*, it has invariably proved a Medi
cine of great utility. No preparation posses
sing similar properties can in my estimation
compete with it, snd as a Family Medicine it
stands unequalled. Sold the world over by
Druggists.
THE! STAR MEDICINAL POWDER CO
★•manufacture and sell
the Me Kinlky Bowdrr for tbe
speedy and certain cure of Ul
cers of the Throat and Nose,
Elongated Palate, Swelling of
the Tonsils, Coughs Colds, QuiD
sey, Hoarseness, Piptheria, Cler
gyman's Sore Throat, Catarrh of the Nose, and
Bronchittis. See circular, containing certifi
cates from Dr. Thomas E Wilson, of Wilsou,
Peter & Co., Wholesale Druggists, Louisville,
Ky., D M Hildreth, one of the Proprietors of
the New Yoik Hotel; Mrs Elizabeth Critten
den widow of the late Bon. John J Crittenden,
and others. Office, No. 694 Broadway, New
York.
DEMULCENT,,
HOHKY. GLYCERINE AND PALM
SOAPS.
J. C. HULL’S SON,
32 PARK ROW, HBW'YORK,
Manufacturer of 100 different styles of Soaps..
For sale by all Grocers and Druggists in this
place.
Curls! Curls!
SAMPLES
SENT FREE.
A sample of Prof Robb’s Cubuqdb will be
i sent free to any address. The Cubuqdb will
curl the straightest hair on the first applica
tion (without injury) in soft, luxuriant, besa
tifnl flowing carls.
Address, with stamp, Prof. 3. H. Robb, Park
man, Ohio.
AHRIAGE AND CELIBACY, an Essay of
warning and instruc'ion for young men;
also, Diteases and Abnses which prematurely
prostrate the vital powers, with sure means of
relief. Sent free of charge, in sealed letter
envelopes. Address Dr. 3. SK1LLIN HOUGH
TON, Howard Association, Philidelphia, Pa. _
^sssss^ssssaaameamaaesses
HHill'S HATH STS, only 60 eta.—Black
or Brown, inatantanaoua, natural, dura
ble, bait and cheapest - Contains as much as
dollar slses. Depot, 66 John Street, New York.
Sold by all Druggists.
Persons wishing to Advertise in any
part of the Country can send their or
ders to Messrs. Geo. P. Bowed <t Co.,
Advertising Agents, 23 Congress Street,
Boston, or 58 Cedar Street, New York,
who are authorized to contract for ad
Newspapers in the United States and
British Provinces, at Publishers’ Prices.
PR. BICKNELL'S SYRUPl
THE OBBAT
{ESSagiBYo
Also, Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Cholera Morbus.
Summer Complaint, Pain or Cramp in Stomach
or Bowels, Sick or Sour Stomach, Painter’s
Cholio, Ac., and is warranted to care or no pay.
Is purely vegetable, without a particle of opi
ale or narcotic. Highly aromatic, very pleas
ant to the taste, mild, but sure in its effects,
warms and strengthens the system, acts like
a charm, affords almost immediate relief, and a
taste of the article will satisfy the most incred
ulous of these facts. Sold by all dealers in
medicines. Please send for circular, and try it
Prepared only by EDWARD SUTTON, Provi
dence, R. I.
GEO, C. GOODWIN A CO., Boston, Gen’l Agt’s
Foit Edward Collegiate Institute.
A first class Boarding Seminary for ladies and
gentlemen,—for 12 years the best sustained of
any in the State. The best of facilities foi pre
paration for college or for business, with a
choice of three courses of study for ladies. Fail
term begins Aug. 30th-; $66 for 18 weeks.
Brick buildings,—16 teachers. Address Rsv.
JOS. E. KING, D. D., Fort Edward. N. Y.
DR. CHAUSSIER’S
EMPRESS!
A FRENCH PREPARATION
FOR THE HAIR.
It is not a Dye, bat will bbstobb Gray or
Faded Hair to its obioinal oolob in ONE
WEEK; cubes all Diseases of the Scalp, be
movss Dandruff and all irritation-, pbbvbnts
Hair from falling off from ANY CAUSE ; com
pels new hair to grow on bald heads when fal
len off from disease; is FBEE from all disa
greeable smell; will not soil the finest linen ;
is the Fin»t Toilst Abticlb ever produced
(ELEGANTLY PERFUMED), and wabbantsd
in every inatance or MONEY REFUNDED.
For sale by Druggists generally. WEEKS A
POTTER, Boston, sole agents for the United
States. For Physicians' and Clergymans' cer
tificates, see circular with each bottle.
Something new.—or great im
(9 portance to those married or about to be
married. Address,
Db. CHARLES EVANS,
649 Broadway, New York.
DRY YOUR TEARS!
Persons suffering from any disorder or dis
ease, no matter of how complicated a nature,
by forwarding a written statement of their
case, can be treated as efficaciously as if present
in person. Strict confidence observed Terms
very moderate. Testlmotials from all quarters
of the Union. The late Surgeon General of
the Army says, “I have the utmost confidence
in Dr. Evans’ ability.’’ Address,
DR. CHARLES EVANS. 649 Broadway. N.Y.
STRAYED
FROM tbe subscriber five red yearling heif
ers and one red steer two years old. A
liberal reward will be given for their return or
any information about them.
T S GOLD.
West Cornwall, Aug. 27th 1866. 20 tf
FOR SALE.
fMIHK Ftjm till lately occupied by Lewis C.
Ji. Lawrence, containing adout 50acres, and
lying within } of a mile west of Litchfield Court
House. For particulars inquire on the prem
ises.
LEWIS C. LAWRENCE.
Litchfield, Aug. 23d, 1866 19 3m<>.
VINELAND.
FABJd AND FRUri LANDS, in a mild and
healthful climate. Thirty miles south of
Philadelphia, by railroad, in New Jersev, on
the same line of latitude as Baltimore. Md.
The soil is rich and productive, varying from
a day to a sandy loam, suitable for wheat,
grass, corn, tobacco, fruits and vegetables.
This is a great fruit country. Five hundred
Vineyards and Orchards have been planted out
by experienced fruit growers. Grapes, Peaches,
Pears, Ac., produce immense profits. Vineland
is already one of the most beautiful places in
the Uuited States. The entire territory, con
sisting of fifty square miles of land, is laid out
upon a general system of improvements. The
land is only sold to actual settlers with provis
ion for ‘ public adornment. The place, on ac
count of its great beauty, as well as other ad
vantages, has become the resort of people of
taste. It has increased five thousand people
within tbe past threeyean. Churches, Stores,
Schools, Academies, Societies of Art and Learn
ing, and other elements of refinement and cut
ture have been introduced. Hundreds of peo
ple are constantly settling. Hundreds of new
homes ara being constructed. Price of farm
land, twenty acre lots and upwards, $26 per
acre. Five and ten acre and village lots for
sale
Fruits and Vegetables ripen earlier in this
district than in any other locality north of Nor
folk. Va Improved places for sale.
Openings for all kinds of business, Lumber
Yards, Manufactories, Foundries. Stores, and
the like ; and Steam power, with room, can be
rented.
For persons who desire mild winters, a health
ful climate, and • good soil, in a country beau
tifully improved, abounding in fruits, and pos
sessing all other social privileges, in tbe heart
of civilisation, it is worthy of a visit.
Letters answered, and the Vineland Rural, a
paper giving full information, and containing
reports of Solon Robinson, sent to applicants.
Address CHAR. X. LANDIS, Vineland P. O.
Landis Township, New Jersey.
From Report of 8olon Robinson, Agricultural
Editor of the Tribune : “ It is one of tbe most
extensive fertile tracts, in an almost level po
sition and suitable condition for pleasant farm
ing that we know of this side of the Western
Prairies.” 19-6m.
WILCOX & GIBBS’
NOISELESS
SEWING MACHINE !
They took the first premium In competition
with the Florence, at Albany, N. Y.,
in September, 1866.
CALL AND SEE ONE
if only from curiosity,
F. M. SANFORD, Agent.
Litchfield, Sept. 4th, 1866. _ 21 tf.
NOTICE.
ALL pemons having Book accounts from
1864 up to Sep. 1st, 1866 with tbe under
signed are cordially invited to pay tha same
without further notice from us. 1
"■ WHEELER BBO’S.
I Litchfield, Sept lit, 1866*
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Bridgeport Steamboat Co.
■ • •' Ml it '0 79
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DAILY LINE OF PRAKBRD
tom -
JVJ3W YORK.
_ "
The new and fact (ailing (tearner,
-
J. B. SCHUYLER;
CAPT. J: MoNEIL,
Will leave the Hootttonie Wharl every day
(Sundays excepted) at 7.15 a. m t.Ung
Passengers from the Mew Haven, Naugatuck
and Housatonic Railroads.
Returning will leave Hew York at 8.20 p m
•JO* ‘J.fiJ . *is .*•!- ■ *
STEAMER
BRIDGEPORT,
. . ■ .'i 1 ' r
CAP*. CHARLES THU.
| Will leave daily, Snndaya excepted, from the
Naugatuck Wharf at 11p.m.
Returning will leave Hew York at 12 at
arriving in Bridgeport in time for passengers
to connect with the Hew Haven and Nauga
tuck Railroads.
FAKE, ONE COLLAR.
Freight received dally and at the lowest
rates.
Company’s docks in Hew YoTk, Pier 86 Bast
River foot of Catherine st.
CHAS. ROCKWELL, Superintendent.
W. D. 8TURGES, Agent. 1-tf
7* .'
AGENTS WANTBO.
CAPITAL FURNISHED.
GENTS wanted to sell the
“ Union Washing Machine,”
Johnson’s patent, threnghout the entl.e State
of CoDneeticnt, except New Haven. Very fa
vorable terms offered. For particulars and
circulars, address, ‘-UNION,’’
20-1 m care of R. Marsh, Iitchfteld, Conn.
A DOUBLE YOU
AND
DOUBLE E
WHEN PLACED BEFORE THE LETTER
D
Spells the name of the best Sewing Machine
18-ff F. M. 3ANF0RD, Agent.
FOR THW
DULL SEASON!
Bargains front Auction.
There is no necessity for dull trade when goods
are cheap?
Consequently the
ARCADE
•. .* ■ ... . :*
i8 full of life and still kicks up a row In
DRY GOODS.
This is the Winding up Sale, or rather closing
out of Summer Goods to make room for the
FALL CAMPAIGN!
Preferring to begin the season without Goods
and plenty of cosh in our pocket, it don’t mat
ter whether
Gold is Up, Down or Sfotewlse,
Whether Europe shall have
PEACE OR WAR!!!
The Summer Stock MuBt and Shall be sold, ro
gsrdless ot cost in the next thirty days. There
is a grand chance for everybody to get bar
gains in all kinds of first class Goods.
Don’t let this Opportunity Slip f
CALL BEFORE YOU BUY.
The Stock is complete and the marvelously
LOW PRICES
will make any one in want of goods
“ SQUEAL EIGHT OUT FOR JOY.”
It is no nse td give prices in the paper foi
fresh bargains are trotted out every morning
and driven off daily.
Shawls, Talmas. Sacks and Basques of silk and
cloth, for less than first cost of the material.
DRESS GOODS
or ALL KINDS.
Black, White, Buff, and Coloted Alpaccas,
Cheap Wool Skirts, Stockings and Gloves, Col
lars and Cuffs, Silk and LineD Handkerchiefs,
Cambric and all other kinds of Kdgeings, Trim
mings, Ribbons, Buttons, Ac. And many > th
er bargains we might mention had we time
and room.
BUT CALL AT THE STORE,
' BEE THE GOOD8,
AND
GET THE PRICES.
And let it be distinctly understood that
StEUfflMB ®©®©3
have got to be sold,
Blow High or Blow Low!
IT MAXES NO DIFFERENCE TJ US.
Prices marked in plain figures snd no devia
tion.
Remember the place. Follow the crowd and
you will be sure to find the
ARCADE STORE,
and many Rare Bargains
Respectfully,
Ik T. TURNER. .
Waterbury, July 18, 18Q&
i.i - _ .. . . _
WM. G. GARDNER.
merchant
Falls Village, Conn. *
At his place ef business in Brewster’s Building,
can be found a choice aswrtment of
CLOTHS AND TRIMMINGS OF A^L KINDS.
Coats, Vests and Pants
Cat and made to every style, and at the loweet
pi ice for Cash ! Remember (he place,
Brewster* Building, Fella Village.
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