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Preparations for War in Massachu
setts and New IlAMrsHiUKi--The New
York World of Monday has the following
despatch from Boston :
There is no disguising the fact that Massa
chusetts is ready to respond promptly to any
demand made upon her for troops to susiain
the Union and the laws. I learn to-day ,frotu
the highest authority, 'hat seven thousand
troops can be put in marching order on twenty-tour
hour's not'e and that one hundred
and forty-five thousand men are enrolled in
the militia oi tbia State. Of this numbtr
twenty thousand could be easily mustered.
The financial resources of Massachusetts
wore never in batter condition tor such an
emergency, and the people are enthusiastic
to be enrolled. :
Adjutant General Abbott, of New Hamp
shire, arrived here this afternoon from Wash
ington, and left immediately for Concord
with the intention of recommending to Gov
ernor Goodwin that the Granite State be im
mediately put upon war footing.
Considerable excitement exists in conse
quence ot the reports that the muskets re
moved trom the Springfield armory have
been distributed over the South. Mr. Whit
ney, collector of this port, late superinten
dent of the armory at Springfield, returned
from there to-night, having been there, it is
supposed, with reference to the report from
ashiugton to The World, that twenty thou
a;id muskets have recently beeu taken from
the armory and sold to Virginia.
The feeling is deep and not to be misuiter
preted. There is, no mistaking the fact that
Massachusetts is in earnest in this crisis. The
merchants are plucky, and the name of An
derson is uppermost in every conversation.
Foreign News. Garibaldi is preparing
to enter Venetia in the spring, and has just
issued a brief address to me Italians, urchin
them to Sustain the government of the Kin'
of Sardinia,-and concludes by saving that the
5th of March, 1861, should see Victor Eman
uel at the head ot an army of half a million
of men. l'ekiu suriendered to the" Allies on
the 13ili ot October' yielding to all their de
mands. The reported sacking of the Empe
ror's Summer palaces, troui which an enor
mous amount ot spoils were said to have been
taken, is confirmed. The Emperor and the
Tartar army had lied. A lie':- rebellion at
Shanghae was reported. The news from
Hungary is very revolutionary, lliots have
taken place at i'esth, Oebretin, and in sev
eral other large towns, while there is evi
deiilly an impatience on the part of the pop
ulation of ttic whole country to rise against
Austria. The Sardinians were to await the
fall ol Gacta tefore sum honing Messina to
surrender, and in case of refusal, they would
beseige it-t The Russian decree emancipa
ting the peasants has been sinned bv ihe Em
peror, and was1 to be promulgated on the 1st
of January.
II. P. Baker of Fall Utvt r has gathered thn,e
disiinci growths ot pairs Itoiu the same trtu; on
his prc.uiaes, during the past seusou. Thcirsi
growth is large and fair, the stcou i ot lair size,
ant) tlie third ahout the size ot ti pigeon s
1 he variety is Known as me Beurre d' Anjou.
AN LNC1DKNT OF THE ITALIAN 1N
bURRKC HON.
It is sometimes inconvenient to be tamou.-.
l'rotessor ilolluway, the distinguished medi
cal reiormer, once had experience of the fact,
il Was his fortune, or inisiortuiie, to be in
1'iedinoiit wheu the Italian revolution of
was at us culminating point, lie had ueun
on a lour tnrougu the Swiss Alps, investigat
ing the pticuouieua of an extraordinary ease
ot serolula indigenous to that region, and
known as rrettntsm. While thus engaged,
and lutein on observing the tffeet of his rem
edies upon the proscribed ana hideous race
who have luhented tor many generations mis
hornljle disoriW, the toivti ol civil war had
been lighted at Milan, and its Ilauies had il
luminated tue whole Lomuardu- Venetian ter
ritory. At tue time when he set tor ward on
his journey .South, Charles Albert, of Sar
dinia, hud been driven bevond .Miucio, aud
Radetzkv's victorious troops were in lull
pursuit. Kxpectmg that Ins neutral position
as an ingi!auuiau, ami ins ciiarai'tur as a
man of science, would protect him trom out
rage, Dr. liolioway learlessly set out upon
his journey througu the peninsula ; but a cir
cumstance occuned upon winch he had not
calculated. .Marshal liadeizKy, in the verj
flush oi victory had been taken suddenly ill,
aud one ot tue advance panics of his army
havitig encountered Ur. iioiloway's carriage
and discovered wno was its inmate, Lis pres
ence was lequested at headquarters, to attend
upon tlie skk veleran. As a peace! ui civil
ian and his suite cannot gam much in a dis
pute wnti a tioop of horse, the Doctor sub
imtteu with the best yrace po.sible. He
lund the scarred and vvriuklea soldier iu
M sullenug. lhe fatigues of the cam
i)ai"ii kad Orougut ou a bilious lever ol a very
severe i vPet and as KadeUky was iheu ueai -ly
st euty ul tUu surgeous
shook tneir 'l,ls 'u 'usiy. Tue Marshal
at ouce put
'umseil uuUer Ut. llohowav s
2re, and the la v'er proceeded to administer
his famous lute.'u'l Remedy. Tue lever
his famous
soon subsided, and
les
than three weeks
the Uommauder-iu-cu.'cf "as once more in
the saddle, lie paid r" physician a happy
compliment on uis rec- 'very. " 1 ou, ir.
liolioway," said he, "are a greater comparer
than 1 ; for 1 have simply put down noelhun
while jou have deieated lhatit." Kadeuky
wished him to go lo Vienna, assuring Mm as
an inducement lhat he would Oe placed at
the head ol the imperial medical s.'ad' ; but
1)r. liutloway's amuuion had a wider aud a
nobler scopu, aud ne turned his lace houie
waid with the old mail's blessings on his ,liead.
Naples "Diario."
(Eljc iUarket3.
liUILAND TKICE CURKENT.
. ' Corrected weekly for the Herald.
flour and Heal.
iron.
No. 1.
Faucv
.bbl.. .6. 75 Cora. English, ton.. .60.00
b io Uenued l-imli.-n, id.uu
Kutra o ou a t .001 American,
XX Extra.... 7.00 a S.uo i'eru Horse Shoe
Crraliam 7 00 Kound
Uuckwbeat, cwt 2.26; Need.
.Hye ileal 2 00 Timothy Seed. .. .
.72.60
.60.00
.So.00
.4.00
. 12
Cos a Meal i.iii (Jlovtr beeu
kroviaioua.
AtplUrstoual. bbl. 2.2TVr' cwt-
.4
.21 00 , rout bbl' ("') 00 00
j gra, tuess, tint..
York, clear . .
. VI, bbl
L,rd.tb
But Ver
CUee. "'oew
2i Ot) une risn uv.uo
'i i n,, Ex. No. 1 Herring 7 00
' i Box 50
in w Mackerel, No. 1 bbl. 18.00
.Saw " o.2 00.00
.4 a " No- 3 7.00
Dried PH'"'
Dressed s.-O-OO a 7 Ooj mall
CfilntlW, ... ....Ot 1J: I 111 1 8 1HIUUU
.. .45 a 00
. 2.26 0 2X0
2 25
Asbtou. .
(j rain.
Cora, bush, .
Hye
Oatt '
Seed Wrheat. ...
Buckwheat
Beans
Vinegar.
Cider, bbl
White Wine
'Jttlrey s
", . Table, 14 lbs....
,,u!iih
. .16
. ...it
2.00
nn ..iu,
9,!Hay, ton 14.00 a 16.00
' Candlea, box, tb 12i
Nails, Keg 3 75
..2 OJlSinith'8 Coal.ton, 9.00
,4501 Lehigh "
CAMB KI DU K CATT1-E MAKKET- Jan
(Keportedjl ry Telegraph.)
At market 60S Cattle, about 5W Beeves, and 92
Stores. consisting of w orkOK oxen. cows, and one
two ana tnree years old.
Prices Market Beet Exti'a S6.&U a 7,00; firsto.ua
ity at.OO a 0.00; second qual.'iy 5.25 a 0,00; third
...... Ii-. DO 1: ; a.. C -
unui-x eo,oo; urumary quail ly qr,io.
Worming Oxen 75 95 a 160 ir pair
YtarlinfS
Teo Years Old 10 a 12.
Ji Thrf Years Old 14 a 17.
, 'it"" ? .VNS. -'nr.' . ft . I)A r.A K 11 VM Wil7lkt.
i Mrlb. Taiiou.,6 s 6Je . iI,75o
X . S " . ion.ach. CalfSkina, 10 a lie
'.emarka There were but few first quality atle
, tHa market. Prioea unchanged. Sheep iofdtjuick
lirt ww" quotationa, arXa all empty before 10
tfc. , at l weea
o'clock.
SPECHL S0T1CE8.
Hnt.LOWAT'8 Pll.l AND OIHTMEST.-FLB0BIBY.
f krS. ,o. Twlah to curtail your medical expense and
-JJcl health ? tne these medicinea-they
-for all inflammatory
a.llll L1J c . . I
Usui Vf the oheit. as pleurisy, asthnw.broncnit
eelds. 4C. Theeanative properties ot the
i;i i,k. never been questionea Dy au wn
T id?t"?he Pifrmateraily expedite theoper-
U ?!d by U Druggiste, at 26o.,62c, and 81 per box.
11 v i.
CA.IA
iiui ..misiiTniKri If a body spy a body
" K round h (- ho.ild'B- a noay trea. . ovuy
u iiad6fahot.
W',.,.1,1 horl. bis store to catroDize,
bili'r.borgEjipreM. , .
vR F.A.Iyaeea body, 'propriate blj hat, .'Ijoold a
'.S'-PoultB a body juat lor doing that ? btar.
meet a body looking very iour, aitouiu
jody to get tue J uiiaimour
a bargain, he
jamoua Wing
H -nTILCOX
. i . ...ii.i'erful pr00--,rfo whir, to 'et
. UTTaiiv.n" ttiem to the
; "Z.tsitllrliZv wire.
! yKyA,- -.m tun Hour a
thilJlaCi.
" 1 H STAFF OF T im " Tl, r.i..
V.. T iu Dreaa ; out when the indw
5Cc " J1""""""" ismaae witu common saleratw
, i, , , . , . .. . rpropi jme lo IIHIUO Jl
VI ujm.. Ik NUU II IIM ITiniA 1 .. i . . - .
"..onumunia, it nouBeneciierH would ilmv
11 HP .Inm.e I. I..- 1 .. , ' . .7 . . J .
, . v c:iio oai.ratus, tneir Dreaa
would Miileed lie the stn- r n. i . ...
.. .,t i. ' " wa '. I" P"e;y read, lite Itself. For pale
mil .up jjrocenes icnot, 345 WasbiucK
spot, 345 Waebiuifton Ki.ee!,-
ifrucerB everywhere.
"BtiiKju tbk Mokkt? Can any bou ell
where h'i tbe mall ehar.ve Iisk ....... ,t.
.
th P ,s nd In ,'? "Ha melted up all
a , -"eeuauge, e surmn.-, has .oue totor
, , - i.ii nut b u- ri
"')f i uimonio uterx. in-, .-i.r.. i r ,.,...
80rlliriiul I... . I i . - .
' ' ' . ..vai0vuc Mill UUltll,. Ill U
very sutluen
inauuer. so tents a DOS..
lr , . 1UM WCI1
OlKllAjtlEHljLARRKH H vu ft t H iiid II. :.. . 11
lurmciue is uo imposition, bai a sure und
sate remedy lor Female Oilticultie; and obutructionH,
trom any cause whxtever, and although a poweriui
remedy, they contain nothing hurtful to the consti-
will, iu ahort time, uriug on .tue monthly periods
with regularity. ' f l"UJS
or lull particulars, get a jiauiptlet, free, of the
N. B. 1 and 6 nontax HtHmn4. pni'lni(l tn inv
auttiorled agent, will ensure a bottle containing
...a. fiit ill K.. .... . s
A pure healthy tonic, and one free from the deleterious
and injurious cjfecis sure to follow thote in ordinary
use, nati iouk been tea to be a desideratum in tlie
medical world. 8ucU a tonic, and one so ekiltuliy
combined Irom the vegesabie kingdom as to act iu
perte t accordance with the lawn of nature aud tliuj
ootU the weakeat stomach, aud at the name time
allay nervous and other irritations, and tone Uf-ail
tbe organs of hich the human body is co.tapoted,
is lottcied In Prol. Wooa's He.storative. -Cordial ami
Blood Ke.novaler, Hence it in puriuctly adapted to
uld younir. l.mder, try it. Thousand have
1 ready done so, a nd the testimony is uni vernal in
ilb mvor. io not tail to read tiiu adverliMiineut iu
.ur paper. jan.
uiskasks o Old ActK. As man approaches his
allotted three score aud ten years the tltal powers
uciciii iu iaiii uuuiiiieuia oi various aiuas are used to
itrenxtueu tue naturally latlinif evstem. such as
wines, bark, Ac. Instead of tbo.te, let tue aged ketp
up the supply ol the truestreUitlieiiinKelement.iroii,
by the I'fcKIJVlAN SY KLif wtiicti oilers a iirot..xi.i
oitnat metal remedy tor immediate absorption.
Kev. i. 0, ileadlev. says: ' A relative, who had
readied the decline of hie-'" comuletelv nrostraie
with pleuritfft attacks, which had lor years returned
im iue com aim exposure ol a CUauginir climate
ives Her testimouy to tue Value ol l'eruvian Syiuu.
reinovinir entirely intense pains, and iuviKuiatinn
her system to a degree none wno knew her expecttu,
any leiueuiai ageui couiu auoomiiiisn in Uer Detiuii.
i coma auu striaiug cases ot similar beueat, were r
ueoessary to d so. l-!Sw
Fort Ann. Julv itu. IStiO.
1 liuve used Ur. White's Elisir in my lamilv. auu
louna it to be a reliable uiediciue lor Croup, Couk1
ana coius. K.Kl'AtUSU.
Fort Ann. July 25th, 1863.
Lr. liaxter, near sir: i nave used ur. wane s
Ehxir in my family iu severe tJoldsaud Lung Atlec
tions, and have always louud it a reliable medicine
mail the diseases for ohicti it is recommended
JUilA OlLl.Kf, Jr.
Fort Ann. Julv 20th. IS).
This may certify that I have used Dr. N.O. VV nite's
dour in my lamily tor tJeu -hs, Colds aud otliei
Lung Aflectiouf, aud found it a very valuable inedi-
cnw. l can mi.ibt cueerluuy recommend u to others
JUUxN 11. FiJi lUA.
IVkitv of ilinD am Itouv, are euually
attained by continuing the buiuan orauinutioii
in ptriect neaitn, unnatural promptings aud d
praved inttincts are in nine cases out ot ten. uc
veiopeu ana uruu-lit to inaturiiv tv a vitiateu
Mate ol the system. It siiouid never be forgotti-n
tuat some oi tne worst auu most latal diseases U
wtiicti tne human llesli is beir, comiueuces with mdi
gestioD, which iu Its most distressing lonns may be
cured by tlie application ot Lr. u. l'helps I'.rotvnV
celebrated remeuies. One lorm ol Dyspepsia is
Known oy capricious appetites; sense ot weigiit aim
lunness, at iue pit oi me siomi:n , im j$ular UUH eis .
touirue white; seveie laucerattng nam. durtiun be
tween tlie shoulder-blades from tlie stomach j pulse
quick and irritable; dull, beavy aching pain across
the loins; excessive depression oi spirits, ue-ponden-cy
so intense as olteu to excite the most p tin nil ideas .
tience tiiis class ol disorders invariably iudica'e im
paired nutrition, enervation in tlieo.gau ol digei--
tion auu assimilation so mat uau ana unarsimiiateu
chyle gets into ttio blood, and soon ueveiops con
sumpiiou iu those predispom.Hi to tubercular depot. i
tious iu the Iuuks
Ur.u. i'HKLPsi Bhuws'b Acacias Ha is am price
per targe oome may oe ooiaiueu oi
i'U.SJL A. JiOltoti, oole Agents,
who has also a small number of trial butt.es. price
io cents eacli, as tlie proprietor vistiea to lniro-
Uuce tnis remarkuule remeUy In sucn a manner
is to preclude all doubts ot its being a Mini:
article- ol-ow
lICV-HtU KU's 1'OLC AMlDl'Nt AND ITS PoSITlOi.
By comparison or analogies witii wbich aii ques
lioua are uecided, there are none more imponaut
Ihau such as relate to di-ta-e . We claim t.ia tlie
effect of opium ou the system is against ail natural
laws, aud tlie ituesses to resnito. notu by paueuts
lud physicians, il ttiey i i speak their minds, w il.
justitv Hie remark. In the use oi oniuin i w liu-e in
iroductiou is cenlurli s lusiUe ot that ol Cannabis;
nearly the entire product is usti lor otiiti thai,
medciue. f.ut any peisou visit a hospital or sick
room, aud witneas the stat" of putieuts under wlim
is called sleep with the use of opium, or preparations
of opium snd they will see t!iat it is merely negative.
It is nothing more nor less than a torpid stupelactioii
ud ot such nature that ail di-ea-e is agravateu
a'iier than cured, anu tlie tmiieut aw ahes Irom an
unnatural rest, iu a worse state than without tlie
opium. Opium is also a violent coustipator, pro
ducing indigestion and derangement ot in. i..,
ime ail uuualurai stimulants, i he active princ pk
ol th Anody ue not only produces the most iuitt.
uaturrl, and relrtshing rest, but allows nature under
that actua state to come in and do her portion ot
the work, by giving wbat real sleep aud real rest are
tutended lor. it is also a cathartic in effect, aud does
not disturb the natural action ol the bowels. There
fore wherever, or for whatever opium was ever used,
let the Anodyne take its place, and our declaration
will iu all cases be assented to bv lair tril. lis
present propriiry ioi uis its protection, and let th
proprietors be sustained by the acceptance of physi
cian aud patieuts. an much suffering will he prevent-
d r or sale D) an oeaiers. see auveriisemeui ana
ead pamphlets, Sl-4w
TIME the true lest, EXFEMEXCE the. bnt Guide.
AN OLP oTANliAKO KEMEDY.
or Coughs, (..olds aud Consumption, and all Pul
monary complaints, use the v uuktaBLK I I'LMioa-
by UAt-SAM, wtnen lias maintaineu its nign reputa
tion tor nearly Jo'ty yean, aud is recommended by
many ot the most eminent physician and gentUm n in
lie country, among whom are Kev. Jesiah l.itch.
i'aila: Kev. Dr. Lvman Beecher. -New York; the late
rol- Let nard Woods, Andover 1 heoioeical Semina
ry ; L. 1 1 nompeon, loruier secretary otstae. vt;
Urs. .uerrin, i erry, ADeii. t araer. uerry, ana many
tbers : bv the I'ress, and bv the largest and oldest
dealers iu drugs and medicines in the United States
ud ( anuaa.
Extracts from letters received from Physicians.
' I w ith confidence recommend it assuperior to any
other preparation tortbe above complaints.'' "Ithas
asupeiio.ity over every kind ol medicine nsed.and
uas oeen usea tor lung complaints with wonueriui
uccess.' "1 anvsatiiLeU it is a valuable meaicine.
t is a safe, convenient, and very etlicacious medi
cine. l o my Kiiow leUge, it tia-never uisappointea
he reasonable expectations of those who have used
it. "I COuQdeutly recominenu its use in allcom-
ulaints ot thechest, as eoual, il not superior, to anv
other medicine wit hi" my knowledge.'" Oi all the
principal remedies used for coughs, I am satisfied
yours is the best, and hope it will be better known
aud mote generally used." "1 have prescribed your
balst.m, aud regard it as tne most valuable and enec;
tive remedy within my knowledge."
frice, bmali size. oOcts. , large size, 91. Becare-
lul to get the genuine, which is prepared only by
KEEU. CCTEEH &, CU., Boston, and sold by dealers
generally. 47 6m
Coughs. The sudden changes of our cl 'mate ar
sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial, and jlstAmatic Affec
tions. f.Apeneui;t; uuviug yiuvcu lum rimjiic i tuic-
dies ofteu act speedily and certainly wheu taken in
(lie early stag's or tne aisease, recourse snouia at
once be bad to " Brown's Bronchial Troches or Loz
enges, let the Cold, Couth or Irritation of the
Throat b ever so slight, as by this precaution a more
serious attack may be effectually waided eff. Pub
lic SPSAKKus and Singers will find them effectual
tor clearing aud strengthening the voice. See ad
vertisement. 60-6m
BLOOD FOOD!
BLOOD .OOD!
BLOOD FOOD !
To all suffering from consumption, incipient or
Conurmeu, or iruiu ucuiuiji ui any kuiu; or irom
mental or nervous prostration, brought on by any
cause; or from serolula complaints; or from diseases
oi the kidneys or bladder; and to ladies suffering any
of the many distressing complaints tneir sex arena,
ble to, and which engender consumption, the
BLOOD FOOD
Is ohered as a certain and reliable remedy. Differing
in every particular irom the pateut me-'icines of the
day, it is a chemical combination of IKON, SCL-
PHUK AND PHOSPUOK US, ot very great worth,
and many hundreds bear glad and gratelul testimony
to the beuetits it has conferred on them.
CHUKCH & DC PONT, 40 Broadway, New York,
are the sole proprietors of the article, and have, iu
eoutequenoa of a fraud upon the public, changed the
color ot the outside wrapper from red to yellow, and
increased the size of the Dottle to 8 ounces. Be very
cautious in buying to see that the lac simile of their
signature is on th ouUide of the wrapper, as all oth
er are counterfeit. 44-llw
R?See A-dvertieement.
For sale by Pond Ik Morse, Rutland, Vt.
A SHORT ROAD 0 LONG LIFE.
50,000 oopieg of a medical Book for Gratuitous Cir
culation By a sujt erer, who has been effectually cur
ed of nervous debility, loss of memory, and dimness
ot sight, resulting from early errors, by following
the instructions given in a medical work, considers
it bis duty, in gratitude to the Consumptive and
Nervous sufferers, to publish the means used- He
will therefore send free, to any address, on receipt
of two stamps, a copy of the work, containing every
information required. 10
Address Drawer 113, Pogt-Offlce, Albany, N. Y.
atwood'b Qui i Toaio Birrem,
matio Tooio ever offered to the public.
the best Ato
AU Drugg
lsta have It. nee aaveruaeiurii.
Sept. 1, 1860. 8-ly
Dr. C. U. 6HOLES. Eolkctio Physician, gives
particular attention to diseases of the genim-w inury
organs, and special disi-ej of women. See advertise
ment in ano tber column. WJ-I
A FRIEND IN N3EJD. TRY If.
Sweet's Infallible Liniment n prepared from the re
cipe 0t p- fete pbenSweet,of Ct. .the great bone setter,
aud has been used in bis practice for the last 20 yearg
with the most astonishing success. As an external
remedy it is without a rival, and will alleviate pain
more speedily than any other preparation. F ;r all
rheumatic and nervousDiaorders it is trulyinfalhble,
and as a curative for Sores, Wounds,Spraius. Bruises,
fee, its soothing.healingaud powerful strengthening
properties, excite the Just wonder and astonishment
ol ail who have given it a trial. Over 400 certificates
of remarkable cures, performed by it within the last
of years, attest this tact. 1-ly
POETRY OF PHYSIC.
Let the sick to Derrick go,
Who'd be ill, I'd like to know,
Such oures his Pills do make,
Smiles, levety, smiles, shall deck the brow.
Where gloomness is rampant now,
And hope anew shall wake.
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9 - PLASTERS -
Pills, per box, 65 oento : Plasters, 18 J cents.
rIir- Uerriok'a matchless Pills startle the people
with their oures. This U the season to use them.
Large boles 2$ mtt ; 6 boxes 1. See advertisement
on third j?g. u"f
ever beeu made wbic blut
r..Uui....,,-sl,, ivertal Hat
lxlaction. It
preserves and
"uw beautiQen
li Hair, and
delightful odor.
fWtHAl. Jim parts a
u you wib
ueanny neaa ol hair, try it. bold everywhere
l; hia vil age, in Kev. Lelund Howard,
ifary inornimr. Mr. .Inuinli K . .H.ior.l
New
Jei.rtte K. J.Vhu. ol luminci Piin. Vt.
A so tV t-.e aruv Deo 31. tlr H.nm K k.r
1 " .niiy ji lijrii.-,, ui mis ;i.iu-n.
u jui. iior, Dt c hy L. V. U j we Ksj . OeorH
U. Kemiugton, of Dan by, f.. Nancy O. Tarbell, of
i auui
.'I. tf. A. riUUKll.Ol llnHfll. r fr, M.u liurah A
horsey, oj nitcnall.
In Uanby, lee. '26, by C. H. ConKdon, Kmi. ,, Hemj
i 0.rlfiin' ol :aton, A'ew York, to liuidati A. Col-
v,.d.auBt.teporeloii Cotrin.of Danby, Vt
In Gays-ilie, Jan. 1, by Kev. T. S. Uubba.d, Mr.
Loren Heard. of l'ittxtield. to MiM. t i
uaiii, , ui uHlRvllir.
itth.'reniilnce of tlie bride'it father on tha Irt
int., oy itev. t,. si. uayueii, Mr. M. B. Matti-on, o
uiuKiuiii, iu niisB r.neu . aiacoov, oi E.ai-1 uoraet.
DIED.
Oalli'CtiW-iUiio-hlAr i SL K h'nnnrlrnn roti
In Brandon, Drc. 19, Mrs. Sally, wife of Joseph
Dutton. aed 63 yearH.
In Brandon. Dc. 24. William iw.t I ir,i -,r
Ol ' "
-a J Cftl.'.
in l'awlet, on the 2th nit., of Cancer ot the
oinmacn, air. uavia rirancli, aged 37 yeart
in UamDton. N. V.. Dec. 29. John I.. Hakor. i7.rt
20 years.
He was a young man of irreproachable character
niiinui ana energetic in an the relation r.l it anil
his sudden death is generally lamented by the circle
oi his acquaintances bv whom he was loved and re
spec ted. (jo
NEJV .ADVERTISEMENTS.
U C T I O N
! t
- S20.000 WORTH OF
D il Y GOODS,
AT AUCTION!!
I am bound to leave town, and will offer my entire
stok ot Goods to the huthest bidder, at mi Store. No
fi. Waslington Street, Rutland. Vt. Comiuencine
Wednesday. Jan. 2. 1861. aud continue two weeks, at
2 and 6 1-2 o'clock acb day
My stock of Ireea Uooda ot every description,
Clnaks, Sliawis, mbroidenei, Ores Triromines.
tiloves, Hosiery. Carpets, UU Cloths, Mattings,
Utiens, I ottous, Hanuels. and House Iruruisbmir
Uoods generally, is vary lull and complete, thus at
fordinK customers an opportunity to buy their goods
at
TIIFJB OWN PRICES!
As every article will be sold witbont reserve.
Ladies are particularly invited to attend.
J. M. UAV EH.
UISS MARY M. DOW, Teacher of the
.Jl Piano Forte, Central House, Rutland. Vt. ltf
village of
IW'VMI K
iJ,i .,7, in .
jea up in a
I OS'J
I J Hut
OST ! Somewhere in the
ltlaud. on the 1st inet.. a BROW
Dlt cut rea.lv lor makiuK, aud rolled up
Lite n:: per. Whoever will return the" sa'ne shal 1
be Buital.ly rewarded.
Rutland, Jan. 3, 1-K.I 1
LIT OF LETTERN
Keniaiuing iu the Post Otfica at Kutland-Jauuary 1,
tse I.
LADIES' LIST.
Brine, Margreat
llarker. Mrs Susan
Batoheldor. Mrs Elvira
Burnett, Miss Ann
Lewis. Mrs Abipal
McCovet. Mr .'elia
Meaner, Mrs Sally
McDonnell, Mrs
McGoire. Marr E
Monta. Harriet
McCabbott, elia
Pratt, 1 rs Win W .
Parraela. Miss M Alica
(guilty. SIiss Kate
King, Mm Mary I.
Robinson, Marv K
Sheppard, Mrs Eliza
Simmonds. Mrs J
Silloway. Mrs
Silden. Miss Lucinda
Tatf. Mrs 1)
Wheeler, MrsKhoda
Curtice, Mrs Francis M
'alkins. Miss Nellie A
Deane, Mrs Betsey
Oewev. Miss sarah II 2
lion-; Miks Mary M
E-ler. Mrs John
tiraliam. Mrs Chestina
(iibson, Mrs Samuel.
Oibson, Mrs Jo in P
ill. Miss Bridget
Havward. Mrs Betsey
Holland. Mrs Ann
Kimball. Mrs Lydia
Keldar. Mrs Bridget
Long, Mrs Man ha A
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
Alper. Jacob E
Joolin, F auria
Alien, iv
Ba Ion, Pbiletut
Killing. O G
Jewdir.n. C B
Kerr. James
K nipea. John
Kin. H G.
Lamb. Joseph II
Lewis, Lorenzo D
Legmen, John
ijiMuuntaiu, Joliu
Lowry. K U 2
Lewis. C D
I owell, A
Murpby, Prof Wm
Mclimnnnt, Michael
Mortn. Michael
Maccubee, Joseph
Miller, J Si K
Mead, J M
M5rV,KC2
Maon BK2
Meriiam, A F
Mecomey. Horaie
Osgood, David A
Orcatt, Hiram ('
Proctor, Stephen
Persons. L fc
Parker. Henrie
Perrv , G W
l'urk'er. F 2
Porter. Charles
Perkins, A man
tiniltv, John
Kutlidge, M'
Kut'anii. G A K
Kobinson, C p.
Koudd, C M
Koot, Charles
Salmon. Joi n 2
Strong, Elijih G
Sargant. W illiam
Sherman. William
Stone, William
Snippy, Martin
Smith, William W 3
Stevens, John G 2
Smith, 11 W
Sargent, D O
Spencer, M C
Sh 'v, Charles
Smith, B
Stewart, A W
Slocumb. Aii'tin
Tonend. S D
Warden, Wm
Waldo, Oakes
Walker. Lewis
Williams, John W
Weston, Dr. J
Welch, John
Winters, John
Wheeler, Oeo
Warner, E
Wilkius, D 8
Bi'Jmgs. Orange
Itoweti. Milo
H rdmaii, I.eri P
B own. L man
ha i ley. J E
lfn, Hiram O
Hli-s, C
Bailey, E S
BriggJ. E N
Banter, D
Brown. Charles
i tishinjr. S 1!
l arr . f
( lark. Lew is
t 'l.rirr.t.ii!. John
i ampt'ell. John
held, Harmon
lark.Jr H
ummings. Francis
i 'lapp. E A
onway, i
onwaw. f 'aniel 2
Campbell, ( has
ampbell, has r.
atjron. A
Davis, V L,
Dana. 11 B
Dow It Co ti B
Daggett, K E
Dean, K
Dean. Henry
Duusbea J K
Kj-tarook", Marcus M
Edson. Lucius
Ellis. Davison
Ewing. Isaac
Kos'er. Pat
Kurd, Patriek
l'owle. George
Titus, A 'bfjt M I
Uriswold, Frederick
tiocsispeed, Zenas
Griffin, J J
rindon. J K
llurd & trader
iiilbert, Henry
tietiard, Kirin
iiiswoid, Geo
t junet. Adnlphus
Hine. W W
liorton; Warren
Hon, Mr
Hudson, L 2
Henrv. Kiancis
Hill. C W
Havward, Benjamin
Hood, A O
Ingraham, James
loslin, J.sepb 3
Johnson, J E
P. S. Persons calling for any o the abrve, please
say " Advertised.
I. MoDANIELB, PM.
s
EVEN YEARS!
The seven years of unrivalled success attending the
"COSMOPOLITAN ART ASSOCIATION," have
made it a household word throughout every quarter
of the Country.
Under the auspices of this popular Institation over
three hundred thousand homes have learned to ap
piecia'e by beautilul works of art on their wads,
and cl oice literature on th. ir tables, the great bene
fits derived from becoming a subscriber.
Subscriptions are now being received in a ratio un
paralleled with that ot any previ us ear.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Any person can become a member by ab?cribing
lire uuiiit, lui wuitu duui me, will receiwe
1st. The large and superb steel engraving, 30 x
inches, entitled
" Falstaff Mustering his Recruits."
2d. One copy, one year, of that elegantly illustrat-
ea magazine,
"THE COSMOPOLITAN ART JOURNAL."
3d. Four admissions, during the season, to the
" Gallery of Paintings, 548 Broadway, N. Y.'
In addition to the above benefits, there will be
given to subscribers, as gratuitous premiums, over
Five Hundred Beautiful Works of Art !
comprising valuable paintings, marbles, panans, out
lines, kc , loaning a truly national Denent.
The Superb Engraving, which every subscriber
will receive, entitled " alsvtafp Mubtkeino bis
Recruits, is one ol the most beautiful and popular
engravings ever issued in this country. It is done on
steel, in fine line and stipple, and is printed on heavy
plate paper, 30 by 38 inches, making a most choice
ornament, suitable lor the walls of either the library,
rarlor or office, its subject is tne ceieoratea scene
of Sir John Falstaff receiving, in Justics Shallow's
office, the recruits, which have been gathereo for his
ragged reuiment." It could not be furnished by
the trade for less than live dollats.
The Art Journal is too well known to the whole
countrv to need commendation. It is a magnifioeut
Iv illustrated magazine of Art, containing Essays,
Stories, Poems, tiossip, c, by the very best writers
in America
The eimravinir is sent to any part of the country
by mail," with safety, being packed in a cylinder,
rjostape naid.
Subscriptions will be received until the Evening ot
the 21st of January, 1861, at which time the books
will be closed and the premiums be given to subscri
bers.
No neronn is restricted to a single suhscrintion
- f ... . ... , o.c members tups
anu iu one extra engraving xor tneir irouoie.
Subscriptions from California, the Canadas. and
all Foreign Countries, must be S3 60 instead of S3, in
order to aeiray extra postage, no.
For lurther particulars send for a copy of the ele.
s-antlv illustrated Art Journal, pronounced the hand
some magazine in America. It contains catalogues of
Premiums, and numerous supero engravings, ttegu
lar price, 60 oenis per number. Specimen copies,
however, will he sent to those wishing to subscribe
on receipt ot la cents, in stamps or com.
Address.
C- L. DERBY, Actuary C. A. A.
546 Broadway, New York.
N. B, Subscription received and forwarded by
A. H.TCTTLE. Aeent for Rutland and vicinitv.
where specimen Engravings and Art Journal can be
seen.
I. T. Wright, Castleton; N. Jxnkinos, Hydeville
and D- If- Sabin, vvaiimgiora. I
CURE for Chronic Diseases. More skil
and less Medicine. A. M. PETERSON. M. D
Thermopathic Physician, formerly lecturer on the
caases aaa treatment oi uiscases ui tue iiver, s uruai
Kidnevs. lunirs and Humors of the blood.
Sis mode of examining patients saves them from
sfriving.to tell him what 'is their disease, he being
oapabte from experienoe in the treatment of, and
knnwladira. of I heir teinvoeraments. and the char
acter ol the signs developed ot discovering the seat
01 tbs disease, ana prescribing uis meaicinns. wuicn
Will surely Denent tne sunerer.
Jj, B. tits Monthly Female medicines never fail to
cure .- 1
His medicines can ba sent any distance by Mall or
Express.' The examination of patients visiting blot,
one 'dollar eacb. ' - - t-
Office at Thomas Steward's East Clarendon, Vt.
1-4W .........
IXOST! On Monday evening Doe
oeteeii the r ranklin Hmixf ami IVihiI k wliite
v on Skin l tie. wii'i t, i i . - . ..Hi..; i.i I. .
vv Uoever will return unul rolw cu nn i!t l.f mit:ib;
rewarded.
UU AN .' " WUlTi uMil
Rutland, Jan. 2, 1801. 1 3
'1 HE PEACE M A K E R ,
NEW COOKING STOVE,
FOR WOOD OU COAL.
lATE2i?ED.JULY 24th, i860.
Manufactured by
S. H . RANSOM & CO.,
A L li AN Y, N. V.,
na received the uiuueat fukmich at mnr. ii...
tbirtv different fairs
It is the greatest and best Invention of It- Lii.H nH
comprises within a given spacn more improvements
..... .uTuiuiui. iimu any uiuer COOkmg stove
11 HAS S1A bOlLLH HOLES OF FULL Kl'P.
AND A
lluastintj unit Dioilirtff Chamber,
in which Hoastmie can be done on a turn suit rl,
Art thr ti.-. AV..,. ... .i . ,
.... ...... ,i,Mi over ne coals.
wnnoutaiiv lumes or smoae e-cnniim iutt f be room.
the hakim; oven
is large, moreugriiy ventilated and'is furnished with
III -it llf 'V h ii.Ii I.
auu auraciive inveimoa. i lie stov i- suiiplied witha
MOVEABLE HOT WATivt KKSEIJ V o! I,
costing but about bait as much a the ordinary ner
maiieut topper heervnr. while it is more fou
ie. ient. as it esn lie ea-ilv eteaned Irom intin.m
and used or removed at p'easure '
TUE PEACE MAKER
occupies no more room than the common kind ol
cooking stove with ouly four boiler holes, while
Its Capacity is One-Half Greater
It requires no extensive snd cumbersome Tin appli
ances, such as Tin Oveu, Warming Clo--t, lop
C'oer, ftc, to adapt it to the-, ants of a fsmilv, but
tseomplete m itself and contains in the highest de
srree all the iaciiiths lor .eiloimingH.e cu inarr
wotk of a household with t V,' .
ECONOMV CONVENIENCE AND DISPATCH.
uniivvr mi iiivte .-tiiTe in jtfiV i
'here is not an A pent tor th sale of it.
County, and wet it up, and at the end ol
if 'trf"""' "ot perioral ail tht is claimed
i, 0 u. .. ...i i,.. .... ..,
i win deliver the a hove Stove in ,.v town (where
) in liutland
1 thirtv 'lays.
tnr it I u-t!l
iaae it away ana make no charge.
Any parson wishing to trv one can kt-nd m their
Order by mail Or any person wishing a pamphlet
of description can hai e one sent them by sending me
their address.
I also keep a good assortment or otbr Cook and
Parlor Stoves, alio, Hollow Ware, Pnmpa, Lead
Pipe, 4c , Ac.
I aUo manufacture all kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and
Coper Ware All kinds ot Jobbing in my line at
tended to. o.j
, t F. W. M08ELF.Y.
Hampton, Wasbingto Co., N. V. l-.'iui
FRENCH & KLNGSLEY.
LL the best patterns of
SOW AS. .
DIVANS.
TME-A-TETES.
Lot . Est.
CENTRE TABLES.
WH.VI V., fa,
hl'llKAl",
SE TIE' ariks.
K Kls r KAD.S,
Ml RIvORa.
Flowered I ti a inter Setts,
Sent hairs. Cane Seat
Seat i hairs. Sick
Ac . . st
MA rTKASSES,
SPKINti BEDS.
Oak Chamber Setts.
Easy ( hairs. Sola
Chairs. Wood
Chair-
kRENCH A K1NCI.EV8
A V S C A L K rM
K INi-I.EY. have fbe on'vra
A new set of Howk s I1e-t.
XT E W II
i FRENCH k
iahle ones in town
II
OWE'S CELKUHA -
TED SCALES.
I'hese Scales have tak-n the Med
al at the Vermont Mate I nr liifE
is ococ1
s-ion, aim the medal it eierv
place thev have exhibited tfiU year. All kiuds for
sale at manufacturers prices, at
r Uracil Jc hlNGSI.EY'S
Vr RED WHEAT FLOCK.
AA XX White Winter What Flour X ai'd
Supertine Flour, and a nice Family Flour, all lresh
from the mills, and for "ale at
1RENCU KIXbfLhl S.
I FRENCH & KINCSLY haveane and complete
! assortment ot Coffin". cket and Burial aes.
of every size, sty'e and price, with or without box,
from Rosewood and Mahoganv to tlie c mmou Pine
Coffin, all trimmed redy for use. Particular atten
tion paid t all orders from out oi town.
COAL!
wana, i
COAL
Laea-
all sizes at
tKfe.CU at aijusnr.i a-
CUMBERLAND ("OA L. at
, FRENCH
A KINGSLEY'S.
o
IL CLOTH all width and pattern", a?
rttr-?"tt at ivio.-t i.r.
rA P EST R V , I V G R A I N . S u .e r fl lie th ree pi
peting.at FRENCH K1NGSLE
three plv Car-
V S.
A T ATTINti.
BtK'KTNO, Cotton and Wool, and
JS Stair Carpeting, at
FRENCH Jt KINGSLEY S.
EL LING LIKE BREAD : The " vv atertord
O Mills " Flour, at
FRENCH KINGSLEY S.
GLASS CUT TO ORDER, at
FRENCH & KINGSLEY S.
IJCII.DFRS
HARDWARE. LOCKS, HAND
19 Bells,
Door Bells, c . c. at
FRENCH & KINGSLEY S.
LL KINDS OF PAINTS AND OILS, at
FRENCH KINUSLKY'S.
SK
A TKS ! S K A T K S ! :
SKATE" ! SKATES '
A new and eomplete stock of all the new patterns
and styles of Skate snftable tor
LvDIES, MISSES tiENlS, AND BOYS.
Club Skates of several sr. les at
FRENCH & KINUSLEY'S,
FOR THE CARPENTER AND MECHANIC WE
have a full stock ot Tools of the most approved
patterns, FRENCH ft K1NGSLEY .
1TOR THE
BLACKSMITH, we have all the neo
1? esary tools, and a large assortment of the best
of Iron and Steel.
FRENCH A KINGSLEY.
SUOE-M AK ERS TOOLS, at .
FRENCH A KINGSLEY S.
OfE, ALL SIZES, at
. FRENCH t KINUSLEY'S
rpHE articles enumerated above, are some few of
X our leading articles: Please call and examine
our stock before purchasing, as we keep most of the
substantial things of this world.
1 U . FRENCH & K1NGSLEY.
1. H
if
YEAua
! Lehigh a:.d
tfif K -' t " SJ-. .
- 'V- -r-n-, -TV mw
1
I. M. SOUTITWLCK.
1A.! . SOUTIIWH1K.
VYh :.:, e and retail dealer in
ItOCKltl i;s, PROVISIONS,
CROCKERY, GLASS. STONE. WOODEN
WARE, Ac . Ac. Ac.
No. ft Merchants' Row, Rutland, Vt
' - -
t
! !
rpnMKLKI) DOWN AGAI
In coiirhi..iiw of th'r Cit Folks knocking the
props o'lt rrom umlfr. have tumn.ed dowu again
si ii our pti vh.
ONLY THINK!"
11 lbs of whltn or A Coffee Crush Sugar for 10')
W E L L T II K II K !"
We never came so near giving awav (jon4 as at
th present time.
Please examine our roods and prices.
NO. 5 MERCHANTS' ROW.
'PEAS I TEAS! A large invoice of
X the various grades and quality just received, and
will be sold by the pound or chest, to correspond
wtin toe times.
I. M.SOLTHWICK. .
No. 6. Merchants Row.
A LARGE STOCK of SUGARS!
14 H of good Brown Sugar for S1.00
1) lbs. ol better Brown Sugar for 1 0)
12 lbs. of the eery best Brown ttugar for 100
Ketined Sugars in proportion. Sugar by the bbl.
ativew lorkaoit lioston prices, freight added-
UOLASSES ! The very best kinds of
1'orto Ulco Uolassses, 60 OU. Hew Orleans,
Jim-ovaao, ana uit, prices accora'ng to quality.
Stewart's best Golden Syrup, 05 cents.
QOFFEES ! All qualities and prices.
Plt'ES J A large assortment, fresh
ground, will be sold low.
PONFECTIONAUIES ! Just received
J from Stewart's Steam ReUuery, a large aud fresh
assortment.
IRUITS ! A large lot of layer Ra'hsinH.
new fruit, in bole aud half boxes, cheao bv the
pound, cheaper b the bo.
K at. no tiair and quarter noxes.
Sultana do. .Currants Citron, Fig, Prunes, A pples
Dned fvchesio quantities to s ut the ure.aer.
D-ied Plumbs, nice and fresh. 11 lbs. fur SI .00.
HERJ1 ETIOAL SEALED FRUIT!
Peaches. Tomatoes. Cherries. Goosberrle
Com, Peas. Ac.
Preserved Fruits and Jellies too numerous to men
tlon.
VUTS. Oreenoble, Barzil, Pecann.
i-l Filfcerts. Cbetnut, Walnuts, Hard Shell Al
rnons. Sou Shell Almons, Paper Shell Southern
Peanuts. African do.
IXTRACTS. Lemon, Rote, Vecilla,
J Pepermiut, Wintergreen. ic Ac
Grocers Drugs. Sauce-, Starches. Oils. Soans.
Caudles, Tobacco, Cigars, Seed, Hbot, Fisb.Oysters.
ftioue Waie. Crockerv , Glass, Wooden Ware, and
other things too numerous to mention.
"PLOUK! FLOUR! The " Femily
L Peacemaker. " from pure white Wheat. A u other
..t of this beautiful brand and superior Flonr, just
received at No. 0 Metchauts' Row.
I. M SOLTIIWICK .
N li We will tell you when we have more time
and space wbat the people say of this flour.
DANIiY CHEESE. Another lot of
that splendid Danby Cheese, from Wm Otis'
Dairv. at
1 No 5 M"r-hantV Row
S ?
DR. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS,
FOR 1 H 1. C I kt. ol
Consumption, Decline, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Wanting of Flesh,
Night Sweats, Spitting cf Blood.
Hooping Cough, Dillleulty of
Breathing, Colds, Coughs, Influ
enza, Phthisic, Pain in the Side,
and all Diseases of the Lungs.
10.0O0 DOLLARS KF.WAKD
IS OFFERED FOR A BETTER RECEIPT.
IT ONTaIS
NOOPim.C AItMr.I.. N iR KlNK.'tAl. I'OIsOX!
And ia ttafr for the most ileliraie child.
It i estimated
. . t. . , r. r, ,i,l
4
I "' " vvnh .-.tisurnp-
r- I- - jfi mm El- rl.v says
--t-" j that a va-t hum-
v !- ' 'r- . .,1Vf .i by th
titiiHv u f pr-f-r r-ni.-t.v.
I'B.'H u.i.'s RvLsvvt -r.- s.-s ;,t ii.- rr-t d th
li-us at I'liiv, at,.l s i. h i- i'- . ly i lT.rt
that Hiiy on- Usui.' .t !-'' h.-.'"r.t.!.j t. di-r-ti'.ns
f.r twcu'v : i r r t'..j-r y --i.'li h-"irs,
and not eut:r-!y -a-.!icl with .! ui-r;t,
mav r-t'tra it im l ri-.-oiv.- !h :r m .n.-y.
Th- nvt l;tr i n ir o.n?h is lr jii-r.tly re-l:.-v.l
bv a .iti.'U' 1 ii n 1 hr .k-ii u. in a
few h'.itri t i'u-. The ai!lut'l J" !' hv
t.t Tak- ';!; ut'-i' hot tie Ix'f.r- th-y hai
wheth-r tins r-Mi-lv will u;l'.:'.i re;. I not.
The J.'it.h- have Ixn itu -l il'-ti hy
reta-d. rf."-tntii-n-J-l ' ..n.:i- m which
have al'.viits ..riiis;-l t'r-tu -tn- ni.known
source. W- - v. that a ni-l.-.u-iun
real tn-rit- will ett'.ft -ir-s u li-i ver it
is Ui'3-1, at holu- as w-11 us uhruM-I. Ji is
no parcfT'iri'" fr--1 --t-:i 1 1--Ti . hn' '"" 'f
usvl Ui' - -H-.il will save th- 1 v. . !h-.'l-an'l.
It III- -ir 1-1 "!: m in:" '-'i- ''''
wher- '! n-' ' !'!- 'his
eountrv nail in E -t r- , - h i'. - 1 i ' i . -ve'l,
and have exeri-i -1 tb-.r -: 1 1. v.. :,. 1 ;i.-9
which thev havs pr'n'V'iai'-1. ti.-i-a'- ti'l
surr-nl-re-l as Uon-1- - K-vni i 1-iM,
leavintr the ;i':-n's without u ':'.v f
enliven th-ni 1 1 ' h-i it'.-s-lll . ll:i e uo'tred
hy I'r. Hi!.'- i". Ni 'n. ,i tnl the :-tinn i.f
o'mMiiil.'.-.:.' ir- n-.vv viiTT-U- :itl-l -r.in
as the in--' '!' :"ii ".i-' An-i these
oa.fi, are 1 .-i : ih.-v tire nunier-
n'is, li'i l eiiti - t.:i I ...it ! ev.-rv KIP-
muii'tv wli-r- tli'i' :n-t inriviil-l r. mly
hilt he.-u tes'.l.
Bo sio'v, th- n. t.i bi'li-ve the oft-reisentM
storv a.'it the I'ihrs h.'ine i,".tit: : r rather
let ni such appreh-iisk.il induce you to give
up. Act iipii 'he principle that while there
ia life there is h-pc. Ynu can nevtr lie ao low
that y..u may t-.t trust, humanly speaking,
in liali's Lui.-iini. Mi. re than one, liay, hun
dreds litis it '' 'uht aitnost fp in death to
lite, when uii .1-. hud laii. d. ive, then,
thispi..'i !u '.'I. i.i.: in le-s i in. ii a tr iil.
Cai: "'I u- ju- lit i.i-1 et a pun. Lift frutis.
The 'r-iiii-e .1. i ' i -i.iiiptii n ul. ne is worth
the pn. l"r tii- in. 'I;, .lie. eii will t.nd cer
tiiicati ui pii -leiuiisi in Ciiicintiati, end ol
others whose ei.i. s have 1 ten ef.ected here at
home, where they cuu he loutid.
1
IF PHYSICIANS WILL USE IT, WHY IS IT
NOT SAFE FOR THE PEOPLE?
Cincinnati, Nov. 2.
Messks. A. L. Scovill & Co.
Pear Sirs. The public generally ere fully
aware of the thoiisanda .l remedies for dis
eased lung's, uniler the titles of fcarsara
rillns, Tills, Plasters'. LinimeiitH, etc., that
are dailv hrmight to their notice through the
new-era pera, Ly wav of advertisements. My
chiect in writing thin note for publication i
to induce the public, or at leobt those who ar
afllicted, (if they w ill use patent roedicinet,)
to use one that contains article ol real use m
pulmonary diseases. I "m c nscious that m
io d.-iiift I em actinic most uti professionally,
and derogatory to the interests of medical
science and the regular practitioners of medi-
C1The medicine to which I refer ia Dr. JIall's
Jiaham for tht Lungs. I have prescribed it
in a large number of cases, and always with
success. One case iu particular to which 1
wish now to refer, was given up by several
phvsicians who had been called in consulta
tion with myself. The patient had all the
symptoms- ol coDlirmeu romumi'iiuu, oueu
as cold nirht sweats, hectic fever, harassing
."rtb,ts..h c.nt.nl.e.1 r',n ,n ,he 1b f th
right lung, attended with severe diarrhea!
He commenced immediately to get better by
the use of the above-named medicine, and
was soon restored to his usual health! I
have also found Dr. Hall's Balsam the moat
valuable expectorant for breaking up dis
trossine coughs and colds that I have ever
tranwg fug WWGHT, M. D.
More Physicians' Testimony.
fldt- IVe the undersigned Thysicians f
oTtt pua'nd L fulgr corroborate
what he has said haying 1r:e
Balsam in a number o Tol.V?
piest effect. . c RMITH, M. J)., '
,1.1. JOHNSON, M. P.
Igr Be sure and ask for Br. Wm. Hall'i
Balsam.
For Bale bv the Proprietors,
A. I. SCOVIXL & CO.,
No. 12 West Eighth Street, Cincinnati
Also r
For sale by Pond fc Moijj and E- C Lewis, Bot-land-
K. Watkim A Co., West Kutlaod; J.T. Gor
ham Mttsford C V. Cai and E. Jackson, BodM;
J.N. Northrop Jt Son, Castleton; J. J- Joslin, W.
rou'tney ; Dewey ft Iewey, E. VomMmJ.
Also by one more ageau in every townllntha
State.
GKO. II. PALMKK.
rl: THOUSAND DOLLARS IN
,JL I UlNU.at
GEO. H PALMER'S.
' Wi,iT( AND HLACK .OKSTKD,
i !' ceni-per ouiio.
: iiVX .1 1'ALMKR.
jH,i.oni:t v justed; it ct. inr
J ouuoe, a' tiEO. UfAUbUs
LADIES GAITERS, 75 cU. at
OEO. U.fALMEBS
36
SHIRT HUrrONS for 1 cent, at
I UEU. U. PALMEJl'ii.
ENULLSil PINo, at
OEO U
f ALIUK H.
M
OREENS, at
OEO. U. PAU1EK .
yyURS TED PLAIDS, 15 cu pi jd.
OK). U- f ALMEB'ti.
NICE KID GLOVES ai 75 eta., at
OEO. 11. l'ALMEK'8.
1 Q DOZ. liUl'TONS for 4 ct., at
JL& OEO. U. I'ALilEK 8
pUENIELE SCARFS at 25 cu.
V OEOUOE ll.-fALMEK.
fiUILDUEN S M1T1ENS, at
J istAj. ti. V AEMEU'ti.
JOMIS AZ1.NE, at
GEO. U. I'Liltfi
' CARLE 1 iUExlEMi &0AUrS, t
U LJ. A aaA Ja AA O
AlilEb UUiiSiEJJ HOU1J5, at
UlLL.ULij& li JJ'iv'Jrb, tat 4 cUj.
AA. A A AAii-
P L.iu V i V SiUiiv Ui.' ULO
1 1 , l
UUMhU tLASSiuLo, at
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SL,LOOK)lU3, LMIgti Olucli., ml
1
LOS JJAl'ilMi, at
CALlCUs tur o cU. per yud. ut
' otA. a.i-A
LMLtt.
'lUliREIS, Splendid Stock, at
JL. KjkAJ. U. 1'A
LMttt li
LEXANDER'S Kll CiLUVEs, 9a
ccuU, at
ViEO il. l AUlU S
RAZORS, a"t
GEO ii. l'AEMi-it'a.
JJLALN WOOL DELAl.NS, at
WU11E gt'lLTS, at $1,60. at
tiiu. u, r Ai.il tli a
Al
OL'RNEVii iO(Da, at
ijtAj. u. 1 ALMtli o.
ii
LACE FIuLRED SiLk, at
ot.) ii. i Ai.jAt.li a
QOKSEls, at
nt.ii. tl. i iLHi h a-
lUi iLED WORM ED, 0 cut per
X'A. vui.ee, al
ui.i . 11 1 A.LMLM. a.
CilEl LAND WOOL, 10 eta ptr oz., at
rJ Obu. 1I.1au.Lui
HO.ME 1ADE SOCKS, at
niu. U. PAL'll.
t.U S
HO.ME .MADE -Mill LS S, at
ijtAJ. il 1 AI
ILiiiti a
WOOLEN HOSE, lb cta pci pinr, at
lutAJ li- 1 Ai... fcii j,
vui liAthS, at
GEO. Ii I'ALULU n.
LADIES FLEECY' LINED HOSE, at
GEO. 11 1' A Lllt.lt a
M
ISSES FLEECY' LINED UOsE, at
GEO- il fALMLKa
(Mill.
J ill '.-K. at
MI 1 L D R ENS FLEECY LINED
GEO ii I ALMfcK .-
M
1LLINERS' NEEDLES, at
GEO. U 1'ALMEK b
L
A DIES H'D'K'FS at 5 cents at
oix u I'AMIKKS
10,000
PRS. SHOES, at
GEO U I'ALMER S
8,750
Xr. NEEDLES Sold at Retail
lu oik da, at
GEO il I'ALMKK s
W
WOOLEN BLANKETS, at
GEO. II. V A LULU'S
A TLANTIC A COTTONS. 8 1 2 c.
.il- at GEO U. I'ALMEK'S
L
ADIIs PORT MONAIES. at
GEO U. PALMEK'S.
500 OVER COATSat
PALMES S.
0
O
VERCOATS f.r S3.00. at
GtJ. II. PAL1I1.K'?
VERCOATS for 818 00. at
GEO. U PALM UK'S.
MEN S SLIPPERS for 50 ct-no.. at
GEO.U I'ALMKK'S
17 UK CAPS, at
1. GEO li PALMER'8.
BUFFALO OVERCOATS, at
GEO. 11 I'ALUKKS
17LANNEL SHIRTS, at
i- t.EO, U PA
LMER'S.
MENS KMT JACKETS, at
GEO. H.FALMKK'.
WHITE and SALMON MERINOS,
at GEO. tl, PALMEK'8
AflSSES SHAWLS, at
-i-TX GEO U.
PALMER.B.
JROCKINO.at
GEO U. PALMER'S.
LARGE STOCK OF TICKINGS, at
GEO. U. PALMER'S.
BUFF CURTAIN CAMBRIC, at
GEO. 11 . PALM IK S
COCOAINE for the Hair, at
GEO. H. PALMER'S.
ONTAGS al
GIX. H. PALMER'S.
WORSTED HOODS, at
GEO. U. PALMER S,
PAPERS OF NEEDLES for 25 cts..
OEO. U. PALMER .
LEGAL NOTICES.
t'onniioBB notici'.
I ,, "P. '"'nl. riarln Uu apvo''U by ttM
" V" ...rtlie IMftrict oi itiiiuiia
t-ommUM.. , to r- ...niiue and a-tiw ail
, J " "' naiid. . . -II prun utiu-t I'liet
i.Ts j '" : nraii.l"., nnl4Dirict.denMnl
, ..riee tn-K w.l mrr-t lor tlie purjKia
':; ''If0: -- .. . Itatiaad. ob the rim
i . m.. . -i.l
aa4 tint aii m.-ctu-
" 10 l- i a, nt Ir.
"t , A. U. I-,.., in t'.r time
ttl-iri-ai(lCluli...tou. f.,r:......i...i. ..... -i.-V?--
Ute4. Rutin jd. Vt ..?n day ot Oecember, A U.,
lw W aMeIVam'els CommlMloner..
STATE OF VERMONT, in.., i
UiKtrict ot la iliaieu. i I IT JT.i. J...71 -
Oliver R Uarrl., late of r.M
in aaid Ourtnct
unxnra, ii.ieatate.
: ,t 7 . "p'raciiwii iu raiu coon that the
aaid drCMned on in. u. , . ... " ' .
llitn .nnlnrl a aam... ..... .
, , ' AtBUei bUt two
?! J -r" i 'V4' 'T'lf In Caatleton. botiud
ed on the Hmttrthf hik.. i . . "
Cartletoa to Uubbardtou. on the Nortb by Jo.ia 11.
UaoiwtB land, ob the-Cart by th, uTm receotlv
owned by Lerl B. Kpeueer and oo the Wootb I,,
KRaMtm land, and bath made application t K.id
court for Ikum- tn A miA i.. i. .
- -. ...... .vwiuiuk turn
coutract. Iherefbre. aa era hrrrhr nntiti.Jin
pear before aaid court at the Probate odioe ia -tietva,
on the li(h dr t ... ...a i...
cauae if any f on mav h..h.. iu ...j
uthoriry bould not be crantrd
Given at I '"! letnn .1.1. j - - r r 1 . -
p v 111 ti ftwfiniirr,
633w; JOSEPH WARNER, Kl-t
S7.PK 'Vk?OXT;I put IlooTTTeTvobate
I Jl.l rinf nf k.itl.nH 1.
I A. V-
Lourt lor the ltrKt
ot Rutlarid,
To all rM.rN.kn. I .... . . .
- - wr - iu iu maim 01 law
Tau, Ute ot Ira, to uid di.tnct.
R. ,h. .,h,i,. .... ... Caajmao.
a v. ,uc nimt ui tirmutt vwu are
hereby BOUHed to appear riore .aid Court, at the
I llMdftV lM.ll.fl. th. If.tl, timu I .
,-, v.i,u,r, prii.iiiniiio
there to be beard il youaee cau-. ou tbe eaaoiii"
tlca li.rallonauc- ot t;.eac ouui : Koilm 1 . tu.
ier. adiuiolfltrator ot raid exfaU. an. I alo aa.oali
";rdere or 1lMr.1v tn , t,. .......... . .. .. .
the re.lrtua ot .aid r-tip.
i.ivru.i KutUbd iu -ai.l Dit let, tbi 1"U day ol
Dmtr, A. I) '
t"1 UfcNKV HALL. B.i.ter
tOqillo-IOVKUa' KOI I K.
fliEu. demum-d ba in trei on,..ii,iri tv fit
llou l-roba Cu'i.t. ir n,e fc-fict Kut
and. com.Dl.-luliei. c. re.: ur ..j ...... .
.11 claim, aud J-..iaH.l. of all n-r.. .
artate -it Kucu.il li -n.ulll.i I... ..I Piti.H. Irf ...
-aid oi.lri.;i dm d. ner.t,v ive i.oticribi .mil
lorettor the p .rof ol ex.uiiLln ,,il l.,mi ..it
e;lm. at the late 'rt'flect tbe d-cru.il in Pitta-
Beld. 00 ibe lat M eli.r.la. n. J. ....... ... .1 .
irrt VV'edue'dav io March. A i..lwii lr
A M uut.l 3 o'clock i' M . rmcn ... i ,i... ...
iha' t uioi.'b Iruia tbr Inn d.t.- ... nni..r a
l l"yiO the time nio.teo bv ..id court tor ad
cr a 1 tor. to p'e-rnt ttw-ir raid claiitu to u. lor eaem-
luiiivu auu a'lowatice
U.ted PHUtord, Vt.. 17th Jar ot Ii,c.,nlM,r. A. D
IwJ.
MAKCUS UoLl. I.
JOslAU BAbCUCK . Jr. (
1.1-3
CiITllIO Kn oil( E.
'pHE uiidri.ipned ha.iiiK teen apnotntd by tbe
t Hon. Probte Court, lot the Lti.tnct of Ru'iahd.
Coratuiarioneni to receive eiamine. aud aijjt ail
c aiam aud demand, ot ail pe-ou. .an,-t L murl It
mifniier. late 01 ( ia-rna.t.. lu.aid ii.tnrt Sro-atM-d
berrby fire bo'Icc that we alii m t ior tbe purpura
ol eaan.inir and alioarin .aid Ciaim. at th laie
daeihDK-buuM- ol .aid drrra-l on thr la.t s.iuroai.
o'juiuirr and May next, iroia 1 o cock r M unui t
o e Bck P. M . earb of sail la. and that aia nioi tb.
rora tbe nh day of Nortnber. A J, lj, 1. tii
time liiDitei by mu-1 Court lor raid crditoj to
prrarnt tbetr taid Cialin. to u. for tiuuluiiiui. ahd
al'' a-ance
lated at f'lrenlon. Vf ,tf,i .th day of Drcrm-
ber. A U , "t
lir-NKT HAYWAKD I
'A-2 M1IM.V U IIAUKI.NGIOS I
Com rr
t 1taOM 11' .OTI( K.
il E utidrrinrrt ha.i-t hrrn i,ppntcfl by the
Mob. Probata t out. I..' thr I i.-rict rf liuliaud.
C "BUD'a-loi.rra to rr r. -i.iu:i t ami a t u-t all
'.aim. ID4 (t.maij I, ot a ' p-r u- aum-t In - r-t.tr
-t lll.tmriinj.. i.r. ,.t . .,.-. . . Mt.l .1. ...... .1..
cei"ed. brrtby tht uo'nv t ii r a 1. 1 niret tor tbe
purpo-e of rti tifiiu I nl c an... at
ne lanun ri-.u: o" i..o' 'll'.'n - ...vrr m lai,-
. ou th. tourrli w r-lnt'-'ia-. . ul I rt.ru
r id U v
ri1.
i.in a C-.CK .
cb ol .in.-.
,ti ti T aiaf Ifl , ll.a fr'im f 'law '"1 ri I
it!) c f Ni-n U-- A U I , i lime jnuiti ti (
mm court for riid ci-r'tr t pt put their id
0 tl I'M" -lHliljit 'O t 4ftiC-
M3w jk.H ImUWMAD i WBi
sti;imii;.n ruKiNcn.
g T IC V II E N F R E N C II
It noa offering
1. H K A 1 H A li ti Al N S
I N
EMBROIDEHI S. HOSIER V.
HDR'l'S ANO GUyVES
C'a.1 oahlraio Ca-lt.' N'ra- H.oc
fpiIE liKT ENGLISH AND AM Eli-
JL icau Print, rl ii.f for "" prr vard "..
I r.PHE.N I t .v U
1
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ALL tti'jr iti.ia.i.tJ o -at-tilM-r are .jiiel-
edtota:ia.i i:;r i:!iu'ii i. i
M i.i r i.r it
.ark. .N. ' k.
MrrelMi.u It K-Hlauil. Vi . Ju -i 1-1
OMETHIN; NEW: A iot .,f Rro-
) cue i ii ii- a. .1 X'.t.. ju-t reeri.rt t .!! aod
thru., at " lr. :1 .
THE iiK-r MEiD' N IMUSTS.
" " ' " V I Hi i 1 L
nil I llf . nir."
A
l.ARt.K LOT OF HO'!S jn-t
ra.irl a"
S U r St II t..
ni.cox & "iiBHs skwim; ma-
CHIVE What tli-r ar ot t ' I i ln-d-d
a noii'ir'ful pr.K.acti.,n. and lorfan.il. u r.
pecialiv. no fw' "'' y '""" ""
, '..1. Kxama-Journal.
" A ru'ctiauicai a ooder. -scieut.fi 5 Amrrlcao.
Forlety J.KK4UXE.
01L'LAR TOCK SILK:
1
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
AtMeeotrperyard B H hi:UT.
..ilk2,.: r. Wo-'
CLOAK4, a. 4A6V M ''
Al-o all " !'- "f
ladie ike.s ;oU)s:
..Mitatih !a-e " Panic Prtrr-. "d wi I be
.uabtat ih a e b mtaid to lue
Ho
.old
rnnn YDS ME1UMACK PRINTS
L()()ll.ce,t.per,..d or a ...e. ollOj.d.
Of
UR CAl'ES. 17 incLea deej. at
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to 3
pL'K MCtFrf, ij bot,M,n;c;,,tB?ur7'r'
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0
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,0 ot tbe .toc.uo.drr. ol I utl cr ,
road .no .Mate V. u - .,e.., tir
the CokP.u.iu k tmtu,io.
lh day ol Jauuar) neat, ai
ooou EI HHAIM IK'Ut.lX C.k
-EO. A. MIETZKES LATEST
VJT coMi 9inJfc-
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1HE FAREWELL ANO 1 HERE! CRX."
t-nraalebr E. N. MerrOm. RutUb 1 ; J "r
tbrop A ou. Caitle.ou, .bd b fce-i.. I ultny
OSTOX ALMANAC FOR
18 6 1:
wiLtcoarAia
li
RLSIXSS DIRECroRr OF THE HIT. lull and
complete
NATIONAL GOVERNMENT.
VOIEFOK PKEllK.l. 1H an J
BlAlr bUVUjli.vi.-eb.vlt iu nuvnv
oKREi-REKNIAilVEs.
t-ru- I I I V i.nVOMibM .m lull detail.
rikETCMEs OF CiiAULEafoA' SAW VARD,
mill l liiurtraiiuue
MAFINE U1IIAL AT C II ELEA, with lllua-
tiatloo..
MINol CILllfHOl E, aitb two tllantraUoua.
COL R T ilOCsbii ol
iVorfolk County, at ueaduum, ana inu.tratioo
bakee KoKrtao.
Hn.tol " Near Uralrd
Harnatable ' lUrnatabie
C'ALE.NOEU PAGES, alttl BLABS a)KkfJBtlA,
and a i?r;t variety ufat.Uttical ca l ta.ualilr i u for
ma no o. iodixpeueablf to buaiuew mtn.
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PCBLWJEO BV
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BOSTON,
and eold at all oul place la New Eaclaatl. Beat
by mail, poet bald, to aoy part el toe Lulted btatae,
oa recti of pr We. ti
JKNTS WANTED I For U Hb
lL fry 1.4 DiaeriiAMi ef XEW 1 5UUK D la
RatlaAd. AddiB, lieiuiiBalea ac W iade 1 aa
" Th tt ol MAIXK. KFW HAMI blll RE and
VK B MONT are ready 10 me rolam -, and is three
VoiaJaM. Addreaa,
A.J.COOMDGE,
12 Sw echool bl, hWiHi.
DOS LOST I Strajed from the aub
acriber, oa Monday atoraiuf. Lkc Xd, a larfe
rrM or liareoiwred " Alvaad. aad livaad ba a
rbiie bnw, biu loea, au a 4m Uiraad l une
r,..,li.fl noil ia faoo i1rra tbe and Um)
o oartlr white or aar, bat aaa uUrawe Urer
o'otad " at deaertbaa abv. ....
A By parawa rnariiuif lliw vm iua nuacriun a
Ruli.ia.vr fivw. uKirauiUl el iut larftoalMMtU
Ui be iibaraiiy ianaa.
nn. 1 . rr . uru.i,
Ratiaad, Dee 23, I960. U-lr
TAILORING NOTICE. W. W.
MoCAEE, wwald rarMjcUuii aMinuM I11UA
aolM3 and hla wM tnaaOa ua. u baa (aaaa rooau
iu Cramton A 1. 10 mom' ttiwca, up ataua. Iwr ta
uf eaeut, uutii a KUwrc avltruii.1 ,ea can ba prO-
cu4,iiere be aiil ba bappy m a ait vm any eat
tl at Bia aaut bit aar tow.
Kaiiana, live, av asw. vs-m
NOTICE. The uudersigaed. irutees
auder the aacoud deed ot Truat aud Morl(aa
ul the Rutland iturauxiuu KaiirwaJ, barcby ie
uuuoetuat vd (he am nay 01 Awvcutbcr, ii, tuey
Buea aim tue Caera ol lit Curt wl Uum)i lor
U Cuuuty vl liuliaiad, a la 1 aanl aoeuiatc r. pvrf vl
XlMtu acta aaai 4miu arlth ana la) raiauvd la rMa
pCMUcrty . Um . n..a u.RiM.i.a lUim tl.
mua ot the receipta twruwa and pa) uit-Lt- u ailr a
aaeonni tbctevi twr u )tu aaM.w uia alA. oay ol
Adiut law, puraualit, lu a ucuh 01 u., court of
LbaBcery lor tue brat JuJatiai Cuciut. t.ium IU
i day ot OctwUs 1"U. An crroM and paiuca ia
tereautO are uutuien to appaaj- baiurc aeMi i ourt of
C haiiorry at tue oBtoe ol tnacacra tumvi. iu kutiai
aioreaaid, ou the aiatday 01 January li. at 1 o uwi
1'. H... and atooar caaae 11 auy luxi ui. a Bt aaid
acctiuula abail not Oa aajaaieu, umi a bimi nna.;y
-tuea, cr a laalo appo.uiU Ij caaauine ana rtrpoit
UtereOB.
laica, UeceiDber 14. !M0.
HAtilit HEMsliAW,
lUuMAa laAClltat,
Tnuteaa ander la uam 01 1 r u.l an alortare
ti vi aauwaa iuUu
E E E 11 E 11 H SERMONS
. uc Publl-aereol lbc rUj.ymS 1 RA VEI LE . baa
ba.e auuciui 'la.x.dKai .1111 Acr. Oxmrm turned
tMtcntt, tw pabllau y aaeay uut u. A tu caua.g
lu.f(i..llM. a., a-u.t wl aat .ilUUUa
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av.uiMba win be r a. a b. Mr aW.rarr tutuacl. and
ratliu ia wUtr auvtf I Im.. a I., be fUblM.u !U
tua iui V, Jimi.it...., .U Hci J'mttrr
IUmCI dkllUaaa KUIalbc U.Vtl 1 ft. Il
f'rf.'in.M Jjumts.lt -.ri, A.p A.ar,. Jktoi- mad
jtotM tmus. Iic piopiMiir me ueiantnew, mat
tul.c tuc lurna-b lu: vcapcrf .prr, n aba., u, no
capc.t m luainur to iue oe . ip u, Ina i4rUi.tr, .
io iitvlt-H ur iut a.twanu) 01 all
ueucaao lu a 1U1 a iUbi.iiia .ou.u.ciary
upua Uw niM W.W Uat t.can, ai w, ol itai nat
au inual cipakwca anui. iu Lurroubily, it au
wtuar leatu.a (acuitu- lu tbe luVlLLU. aieaOal
i.ui to i ia a.ua.
aui IuM-u tue paper on tbe loliouin lnu :
faii , nu. e kiibj , . . B-j p.r yns.
ii.cCvpiaa, . BZ
betai Hti, . BuKle Copy. md
A ti.tivi ten, . ai
W'r.i) . eua' Copy, - a.
Ai.iibviin,, . . nau
Abd (111. Ouvt to tue l-rtlrr u:i UMil.ti
7 Caa a.aay f MBaraac.
WuKTil.Gru.V, ltASDElU,
rriuwtu
A CO.,
For aale by all Sem.Agr. u
n llU,r.
et. in watvu. JOH.N t. LLU Av
CU , A. HILL
'AUB m. CO , tUiKUi.V A lu
A via 1i.Al t.K tUK , jo av lolctr
61 ear
MEUIC1AAL.
I DR. . G. WHITE'S
PULMONARY
I OB
C'oujrfis folds f roup. Asilinu.
Hiooiinr ( ouuli.
And other Luuic A8Wtiii
1 hi Elltir baa be-a rabrnnirlt u-ra rt.naiyjrlji.ul
Bit ot Jftra EuirlaBd and anaiia tbe la.t .it. .i-r.1
aud aberever introduced baa irneu uunrril .atia
tactlOB. It laoaeno tb tijrlUt t oegb-
it cauaea the patteui to ran. Irrrl j
it cure tbe Uroup immrdiau-iy abrn irir-a m
wioli
ii reiM-ve tbe a or.t cajwa at Atbiui at klw
It a!lk) tever and paiu aui pioOuor. rrr at uijt i
Lrt all Paarara at.o bate cdi urru .ui lrtt to
( itoLP prorair a bottir ol ibi. Eutir at unur. atid
irrp iu tbe boure read) to (tne in mi anriit a aarB
UK
itrad ' tbe folloiB( eridraoe Iron ome ol th
inoat promjutnl ciuarn ol Vermont.
CUUUPCURED.
WUbj:at. Vt Jt I. Ihoo
Mv little boy had a ...ru. a inca vt Croup ia"t
arra it.currj K s iu t'.liti ojuuuum b.i a lia aar
ol lir O. rtui eE iair.
HM MAUI IX Mrrcl.aut.
fct. Albana. VC.Oet Vt.
M little cirl baa ben .utij ci to attaca. vl t ,oup;
I n'.aia iuuui Air. o VV unaa Eliair to r. .
lucre ber at uui auu nauid not be atinoi I tt m tm
taiaily ouauy account. UOKACE J tMsv
Eart Bethel. Vt . Ja: UU. l
I hateaa only chnd that an ait :.i-d ai'b M
braaoaa Croup" e aaia itrt Or N G Hmtr.
Knair. aod to tbe t-urarc ol all. il ar b.T iit.n-4.
Bterciiel. atOl'tlAli VIM'.-N
COUGII. AMI COLilS CL'KEI.
IFrom Rer J W. Woodaard 5
H'eatioid, V I Ju.r i, lvf
I hi.ctrtim. that X. G Hbilae Puiwona Kuan
l a. yea ured IB my Umiiy, lu cbjm ot rr.ri. cu.il.
at.eudei aith tore throat, aud baabreu lout.d rrii
abirmrlKinrm tbeaecner. J. W. AiXiOVV 4i.i
bbelbu Be. 't . Ja tb.l"V
I liae uixd Ir Wnuca Puuuunart a, tair m in.
lnu.111 tor io ear. and b lwut,a tt tbe t-t uaidi
cnrlliatl have ever Bred lor Coujrba, (v an.
soie IhroaU UH.aU MEM. li.
BarliBfrtoB. Vt., Jan 6, 1-S.
Thta m to certily than tha.audOi U H bil'
Eiitir in tny iamil. and hud rt to be aa eaccijcut
meatcme lor Cold, Cough tie
LL.1L HoLEJafOK.
C'barloita.Vt .Jau II. I
I have aed Or. Wnue a Euair m iaa.ni uunvt
tbla.ttao year, and t'-a It Ibe b t Hf-au me I
bate ear saed In ea-va ol Croup, C oa. b- ai. t ..l..
aaa . W 45 1
Tuubi.rljir. Vt . Mar h It laQ'l.
Ir. Baatrr. tVar tn :- I in. il briet l-ui nnt g
Ur V liiieV Eua " bi ui nje vi n. enw a
aud t.rljcl.b.. luC.a.. C'U... . "'P
ai.n Ahi.iui it a- pro.l . y..Bcal, ay. a Iboar
a I... i.a.r ami it na.d nw " an
conawiciaUu. J.fl tl HAt.r-ti,
.ituiatl. Attniricr.
COXsUMfllON C UHEI), IF TAK1.N
l. MvAMi.V
Weat A'barcb. Vt .Ja) la
f Dr. Banter. Sir: I baft much naM.li to tv.Mrft.
that tbrouah tor b'e.aiu ol Oo4. you 1- 1 " ra v rd
Oaa trotn conB'iuva paiinwi a. o.waajr.- a"
taait a u i
Allkl-Url ul the Of'prl
t Iwlrra, Vt . March 16, l-jn
Or Baatar Uar lii :-Mt aiie baa uxa Or S
. VVIntr a r-l a. p rp.iea by )a lur La.j( txtm
D'aii.i. wnti a bM ti l.e ba. ixen anecieu 'i
rear, ami t..a (nuad li al. mat VI 1. rcoBial.Uru to
be nooa ol oar nwiabUira nae alao B-d it i'h
rourh iMUrSI ltini.tlllibr OI tne aur..wa
trLuuj,rO"plalotj.i.a I ti..erer ioenn
atAiitvat. uui v, n i ... . v v.a
ASTHMA I KED
MAfTtatoan. Al( ail, W.7
ft. haatjrr-In-erMr:-! na bB av.rry a-
dicted anh Annua lor more than iu ai d I- r
mnth in .eceoaloB have not brea at j it lie 'a
d and eijiu a irjjula n ikU rt. ana a.jaae ii
ouid not j able lu aa.k imn me miur
baiu, a tii.taoce of He or ai rode Ab t a V-ur
jro I peichad tao bottiae , Ur. W Uile' U-air,
lriird b- y..B,aBt c- Dirujr tatu.ji it nrenrd
It.r io d!r lotia, and'aaa n py lo a I lounct m.nar
uiate ritrl-and. wi'h ftrrj bra a-aorption.. bate bad
my regular bight airep er ii.ce.
louiat.ulv.
AMAtt BARER.
PRO E. 'J 'EX1 IFH Loll. i.
Sold by E. ' . l'.d ft MMaai.d ft
ruui. and all draieram Mrairli.e- Ha, ai.ciutrd
b.
" u. nAAiiR. m. o .
al)mta
Illg.a.aui. Tt.
DISEASE Willi ITS i'AlNfe. OU
UKALTII VJI1U ll PLEAfthtJS.
Cli,a ratia. Maa t ,N V ,
Juiun aVtin. lauu. I
. TO Dt Utkr . K ft
CO.--Gralran. ' it
one yearafw. "-ai i.rur
aalra apoa bj. a4 4a
alrad tnai I taka
yoar Pum mvd Plaatae
to aa-U lb tbt piaya.. Al
that ubjC I aaa anUy-tad
at ii an abnjae ia ay
rVUt Bftda, aa nurg. aa a
put Wow-yCT la. a, luan
a OUBuaaiaA. I ba4 n
(MituaMyvl suy eav atf b
any coa.k"Ti tr Mrr a
year. I bad rcyiyj'lji2
jMnoa af tua baai pii)aniana ta the Mat anu tit abxn
aaa Pn.lra.ot UaiullbJB e4 bul(aV. and man ntbera. nil
a boot Hai Ii1. A that my duanaa aouil nrrauiBnt taiaUit ,
thaftba ahcaan woola aajtna!ly bra a A luaarjit, and
run aiy Ilia aaar. 1 a-aa not abj as iauor mnrn toe tat
taaca, and not It king to be tdta. 1 ran. njaiinra taking yom
Pblr. Boon afbT. tne eoaUing coniu.aMl Ujaajanin
Bad a Daily apaaarad a putat axtamnily. 1 bKaaua
alannad. and aunt lur Irr. Bpragaa, nna adeaaal tue to
eeuUunatue Hlia, a lay rare aaa rapidly tanug roau.irt
. f 1 eoBtiaaed as aaa the Ptlie la Htiail duaaa d auta
BXJBtha, aud loaBd ksneU fully laannd. to nasatr ttmiad
aod I ooaMk-r aa rati I a nail nuva. Tba ot Uu.rur
aooa apraad thraagh thta aarrkia. ant avvra than a tnoaa
aad nuaaa of liyarrtca s PUta baa aoM ia tbn aknt.it -M
y Peat Otaea addraa. ia Onaid V . lie? , Mndlaoa rouaty
it. T , nWtperaopa lataraai.t eaa nddraan mr. by ancaua
tag a Bttaaa, and antra Baoaa tally my aunartnga and
daojraroua sondltaoa tor tnrae bang yaayrt. f oa Buy
pabiMh toi iutaer if yea Uaa, la aaait tna etrk and ai
Tanra yoor rapalaiioa. Truly yoara, I- C. CAl.ti.
rraukKki ecoAk coaieD riLU ami ki
TLAJblivEa are auM iiirrtMB.
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