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THE RUTLAND WEEKLY HERALD: THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1861.
8 Complim kn rs. A friend at MMdlcbury g.'ii U ws asrr.'i tr in t corespondent abroad: J nmi Ian a'i'U' from tiie Daily News, (Knii'i-i),) it'ikinji of i Im new American Knv iv, . ntiiir Mr. Marsh. Ii says : iYi'!.-M r M rsli, win is a;iioint.''l lor S.ir- iilil-t. I- 'i !'lv klUUVIl Is o,( a t I'.!"-' dlS- tii-.iti-f. d ui.Ui-. !! U from Wrm-mta ami what pcopU . nu insti'-is f I'reeuloiu as those of V.- iii.i-i. ii:!.i.n;. r. I'll.- 2d Ui'i'lllleflt of Vi mioii' v. itnteirs is to ivn riiuis lay next, in Order. . 14, is- e.vous at-i'ii'1, accordance with ( r.-ncrrtl SU-.i from tic ( Mice HJIf'tOI (ilMII'lil. on f tin- Adjutant and In Mond't v. . A 1 i It A I.DI AND l'lll.AMl. The loilowillj; letter Ins been addressed by i;iriiialdi to the I'.ilish (Tenerril Mieiosl.iwski : ( i knoa. Mav 4 . My Dear Frif'.nm : The teat sti tu::le of tic suniivessfd n.i'ion lities i at hand, but tell li e hour. We ! T'u-relorv, sav to I tell th.' Italians no ar: n ran pre.-isety toi mils' he alway;. re.idy vmiv eouutn 111 II "'il l' The inonev i.eei-Muy for a million "I inns kiiLs iintst l.e had.' The brave l'oles. who at the tiini' ot' the Warsaw mas-aeres showed tliT ihev knew how to saeiiilce their lives for their eoimtrv, will not shrink: from devo.inir a part, of then meomes tor die same cause. You. lieneral, and our friends, are ready to oie our lives for Italy be assured that I and hiv friends will do as 1 1 . 1 1 i j tor 1'oland. ( J. iA HI li AI.KI." Indiana. An oi l sub ton, Davis Co-. Indiana, riber at W-ishiti::-in torwar liiii the monev to renew his subseritioii to the weekly Trov American, speaks as follows of the crop prospects ami business in that region : I must sav that we have a fine prospect tor wheat this seasiin. ll I s 1 1 1 1 1 -r haiiD'.'ll.s to in itihin jure ir after this inn It is now about IS Rioti .'s ;) nian s flip lut 1 i!iu-t also s-iv , and headinir out finely, that our li'dit eioji of last vear. in this part ot llaosierdoui is all out an I s oO'ie ioi.jf There is lint very liiUe pro t of the Slate. Hut tew ftrin laiitiMu; coi ii at this lime, on ool raoiv mm-' hi tor a nionfh a'o. duce in this pa' el's ale done p aceo'nit of the i or 1 wo past. 1 hues ar Nothing is talked of 1T I s iv. 'X it. I'ii' ie AV dve up tile "hiii wh'i Tucker! duii out !i 'i' '. W 1! 'VI'. I I I ' I ! Weil. I m't ii the Tiii: Mi sKirr as a Itt ioui: kk. A St. Louis correspondei't, disi'ii-sin- the late rev olution of public opinion there in tivor ot'the ( ioveriituent and th ; Union, aptly says : 'Wha a wonderful f islroner of public opinion is the musket especially the linie rille. musket, made in the tow.fl of Springfield, in the commonwealth ol Mass.i husetts, sm h as 1 have seen dome; service in tin; hands of patriotic men in this city, (iod bless that no ble State ! She is a power in every nook and corner of the land. The armory at Spritiiifield. twelve hundred miles away, has within tho last two weeks manufactured more pat l iotism. in thin region round about, than ail the sermons which have ever been preached here since the firs: white man squat on the soil. What a lesson for teachers in Israel! Let them solidify their ideas to the consistency of leaden bullets j:et a uood IMiuie rille ram the idiare home well take sure aim fire, when the order is eiven ; then they will 'isciuve their dinies and pieces both at the same time, and have the sati-fac-tion of havin'r done somethinii towards ma king this world a decent habitation. dini it of traitors and scoundrels. d- Tmat Live Yankee Doooi.k. The New Orleans True Delta of the "iath has the following parai;rajih : The intelligence t'roni Virginia, announ cing the invasion of her sacred soil by the armed minions of Lincoln created irroat ex citement last evenine. lleadin of the death of Ellsworth, of Chicago Zouave notoriety, the people only wished that (leu. Hutler had been there to share the same fate 1 That live Yankee doodle will, no doubt, be attended to an early opportunity." Ofkiceiis ok i he Second Vermont KiailMKNT. It is considered settled that the followinii will be among the oflicers appointed for the Second Vermont Ileiziment, enlisted under the three years requisiti n : (xeore J Standard, of St. Albans, Lieutenant Colonel C. II. Joyce, of Northfield, Major; l'erley V. Pitkin, ot East Montpe.lier, Quarter Master. The appointment of the Colonel, and the remaining ollieers, is yet under advisement. (1. M. l-'rK ihiji. Tap. and Featheh. Last Saturday a second advent preacher at North Springfield, named Wheeler, was presented with a new coat, manufactured of' a compound of tar and leather.-, lie has one wife living, from whom he has a divorce, and another whom Ir; has abused .-o that she would not live with him, but not content, he w.t- courtiiiir another, a girl of i'i year- of age, pioini-ini to marry her as soon a-he could get. a dnorce from his present wile. The people could no! stand his, hence th" above action. Ii. '. An,u.-: Tin.: I'rtiit 'ilossoins ami early vegetables Mlfl'crcil lunch nii.-cliiel in .unl around K -chestcr, New York, iron the tremendous oale on tlu L'Tth Many fields look as it' a l'rost had nipped vegetation trees were up rooted, and miles ol fences prostrated. Amiable OoMiM.i.msrs of tiik Chivalry The Mumphis Avalunelie compliments one of Tennessee's best Union patriots in lowing f isl i niable Southern style : the lol "It seems thru Emerson htlierultre is anxious to share the traitor's doom demh upon tfie gal lows. He is detei mimal to tiuiUe t'.e Southern people hatie; fi i in - 'litis they will do. The liiistTaltle H'oumlrel has already at xhaustcd the pnticnoe of'oiir pe .pi-. He is u miserable spy. Fire and timgot should be apdicd to his slink ins' carcass." Taper Mill iv Lee lit i:vi. The Haird jitiper-inill. in Lee, caught lire from some un known reason Wednesday niorniiiii, and was tola v destroved witli all its contents. i lie lost 1 not he fir from S.li,Ui)t, on whicl there is an insurance oi 5-1 1,0'J'. ft,, SlGGESlTON'. It said that den era Si ott. I.elD ' asiCC.i w hat lie meant to do with letl". D ivis, lOra'isw, I,- '! .u .h.w'v e'e T stretched out his open Musical Instruments. MUSICAL. Music made easy, or the science of Violin Playing taught in 24 lessons by Mr. J. S WELLS. Y oung men of Musical tal j ent, who wish to acquire a thorough knowledge ot I this instrument and to become professional players, j cau accomplish this by vlacing themselves uuder my instruction a short space ol time, i TERMS FOR 24 LESSONS, S15. ! Lancing lessons given if required The Unest j Italian Stiings; always on hand and fur tale. I Application by inail or otherwise will receive ; prompt attention. J S. WELLS. 1 16-tf Wells, Vt. lf0. 0 SI 50. mi. PAKLU1. GEM PIANOS. S17f. $17i $17;j. 'UIFF. PIANOS are ti 1-3 octaves, (from E. to A,) g uverstiung scale, unequaled in the durability and eNceeding delicacy and promptness ot the action, and w it liout a rival in BEAUTY OF FINISH, ' PURITY. VOLUME AN D RRI LLIANCY OF TONE. I he style oft he Parlor GEM is A FULL FINISHED CASE, ALL LA HUE HflUXI) CORXERS. ' ' " -i J 1 1 t ! i ii ;r s . .- tVEI lA'HK. cs A'vj; 'de-.k.. is;'.' KKAKK L-out t in tbirOi. ..-sti '.he woi-ht about of snordinuiv l ino-i oi e. The size h ne hail, th TI.e price OI the wooa euies. is. AKLOli G EM . in elegant h'ose I 7. UiOruined Uosewood case? ...iftltit. I'll Manuiacturers deem ii proper to reinaik. that not only is the I. raining a perfect pn.l beautiful imi tatiou ol the real Kosewcod. hut that in ail other re spects the Grained and the Kosewnod Pianos are IM'.ECISELY THE SAME; the cost ot the Kosewood nuking the dirlereucc in price These PIANOS, together with their FULL SEVEN OCTAVE St.il AKES. AND PAKLOU GRANDS, Combining Mr. .Martiliall's Hcpeating Grand Action, (PuteiitedJune 8. lS.'H.) are now ollred at such extremely lo'.v prices, that no lnxlrunieiit will be delivered until the money is re ceived. ."yKvery Piano Forte is arranted to give perfect satislartion MARSHALL, JAMES & TUAVEK MASONIC HALL. 'i'-ly Albany. N. . 1 I A NO S A N O S 1 he suh-criber. n pract cal Mechrnie. ami thor oli'hly ac.Uiinte. with every part ot a Piano, is the sole Btent t"r this iciidty . toi (l.e suieot theceie I rated instruments ot IIAZLETON r.UOTHEUS, 'hi-.'h took the tir-t remi.im of the la'. N. .1. State 1-uir ovi Meiiiwa ,', Sons' n-a'se. ami are consid ered the b' s in th uuirkrt. Pi ices modi-rate, and i verv in-truinent I'tiiiy war raiUe'i. 1-or turther prtrtic.';i;s a-u j r e- i f .Mus. A. E. UocKiN?. Main St , Rutland. Vt . or ot the sul-ci lhtr A W. POWERS. N IS. Mr. Powers w ill cot. tintu to tur.e I'ijuos in l.'iit'and three time- i: i ir ai out the mioiiie ol Apiil. A ngii-t and December Orders ! It withllrs. Hi pkms. will he atf. lid. d !.. ililrllngton. Vt , .fin. j. Is.'.l 2ft f 1IANOS, .Sl.'.o: Uicli Rosewood Ca-es Wai ranteu. llavins again rebuilt otr 1-actorv u e :oe aitaiti .en i-ltit.it our S v v e i: i k ' i a x o s : ALL PR I' f.S .. Si- M i.l Sei.u lor De.-criptoe J'rie- i.i-i ;.i ii circulars to i;OAl;DJI.N I.I..U ( o.. 2 Oiii Mai.ulaci'.'e". A !' unv. N V. 4 i oll.inir. "1IJSTUM TAILORING Kou.MS w CKAMTON & Y . M c C A L L , NICHOLS' LLOCK . L P STAIRS. Would give notice generally, that he ha to his friends and the public made arrangements with v- eral first cues CLOTH IMPORTING AND JOUIUNG HOUSES. In New York, whereby samples ot the latest styles ot good- designed tor gentlemen's mar are beiug received, and on hand for inspection The very best of French, English and American O V E II C O A T I N G S , which will be made up at very low prices. DRESS CLOTHS every shade, qualityand price to chose from, which will be made up iu a style that it ju-t takes .Vc'all to make. iPANT AND BUSINESS SUIT GOODS. Cotnpri-ing over One H uudred different styles ot latest designs. VESTINGS VESTINGS ! Gentlemen leaving their orders at this establish ment have several advantage-: In having the r garments made by the best ot Mechanics, also cut in a superior style, and warranted to tit ; no old shelf goods, but every onler new, direct from the City as the customer may stltct A call is respectfully solicited, and especially from the most fastidious in dress, as it gives the subscriber pleasure to sui' them. (T Cutting done tor others to make. Rutland. Jan. Id, 1S61 2' i Agricultural Inij'liiuoils. SK THE AIR-I'KSSURE CHURN D II ASUfACTOlKD BV THE AIK -ritKSSL'KK CHL'ltN N K. CO. L. I). M EH LULL, General Agent, Nos. fjl ft f2 North Market Street, Bo-tou. TO WHOM ALL OKOEUs HlloL'LD BE AUDRKSSED. The Air-Pressure Churns are trurranltd to make from one to two ounrf.s rnort butir fr puun-i IKan any vthtr churn, with a given quantity of ckka.u on MILK. 1 hey w ill save unf-inirU to onf-fiat mttn'f. slTrntflh ami tnhur. Persons- wishing to test the merits of the AlK PlihHSCKlt Chcicn and the correctness ol the above statements, will be furn'shed the tree use ot any sled ehuin for i,e month, by raliingon li A R R E T T & S O N, RUTLAND. VI., where a complete at -oriment ot sizes may at all iiues be found P. S. The public aie art i--ii larly requested not to coup. und the Air Pressure churn with otii-r ..'burns lieartior a similar nr.ir.e. 1- otnos it o li u i x s : HAS jut reecivol a ttood Mipjily of now alld'.lesirabie st, l. s ,,l J.iidjM.' 1'ALL AND W i NT I'd! DHESS GOODS, I- nibracing. Figured and Plain Merinos. iishmeres, Parametta-. Dehnns. Sim its. Checks, stripe" and Silks. Also, i label-. Brcclia. St.-lla and Wool Shaw ls AH Wool. Cot t'.n and Wool, siik and Wool anil Canton F lannel,-. Ginghams. Calicos. Cottons. Cam bricks, Muslins. Dinems. l ick.-, Batting. Wadding, Glove, Gauntlet!. Ilosery, Pius, Needles, Thread. tape liinitinL' tec, Ac. ic R-iflaii'i Sent io. m. 33 C'"' IItVOY NT T II Y S I C I A N D R . E . A . SMI T II , Now located at Rutland. Vt.. claims power to diag nose and locate disease correctly und accurately, W I IT i o U 1 S V M P T O.M S , and to treat successfully all curable maladies. To in pi re confidence and compel belief, he invites the sick and altlicted to come and be examined, fkkk OK t.'HAKUE. Letters for examination must give nai.-ie and gr and inclo-e SI. Charges for medicines reasonable to all and paid on eleliverv. Examinations made at the otlice on Centre St.. and near the Depot, each day. Sundays excepted, from i to 12 M . and li'litn 2 to fj P. M. Du. Dl 'TT'. A.M.. and a graduate ol the National Medical College at Vv ashington, l c. is associaieu with Dr. Smith, and assists m preparing ineuiciues and treating patients. m RUSH ELS TIMOTHY, aw lbs LARGE jl t Northern Clover and Hungarian Grass Seed FRENCH & K1NGSLEY S nURMEUEH I received at New Style" and Patterns, jus FRENCH & KINGSLEV S AN N PINE APPLE t F Vi b'Et'.N MLs AI PI FS. Jiachinerj, Gas Fixtures, &c. B1 ULL'S FOUNDRY AND MA- CHIEE SHOP. WHITEHALL, N Y , MANUFACTURER OF COOK, PARLOR & BOX STOVES, Hollow Ware.j Farmers' JJoilers, Caldron Kettles, iron Koad-Scnipers, Straw Cutters, &c, .iiJlUCULTUKAL l.VI PLEMEN'l S. Iron Fronts for Hufldings, Column". Door-Sills, Window-Sills, Windaw-Caps, Front Pieces, Cor nices. Iron Daors. Iiliud and Shutters, Chim-uev-Tnps, Iron, Fence Iron Stairs, Hailing, lialcouies, &g., maie from new Pat terns cl the latest and most approved .Styles. STEAM ENtiLNES, LATHES AND PLANERS Rolling .Mil: castings. Nail Machines, Itoiler Kivet Machine!-'. Drills. Sliaitinjf. 1'ullcvs. CoupliUKs,audall kinds ot heavy and light Machinery, Casting and Job W ork. Heavy and litrht Forging, ol all kinds, Pattern work ol all descriptions Dralting, Designing. Sec. Also sole manufacturer ot the N E W Y O K K E K 1" L O W , The sale of which will be given exclusively to one "jler in each town throughout the United States. C?-Ail orders promptly tilled, and Wares shipped by Luke, Cana ior Kail Koad. 38 ly GEE FOUNDRY MACHINE IJ SHi SHOP. I O W M A N & M A NS F I E L D 1 would respectlully inlorm their Irieudrt, pivtrous, and the publie lie genera ivv. that theirnne FoumJri J4ife2p'sa'l MntMn Hko; located on Lmon 'iSH street. i.ear the K. & B.K K Freight ' m&&r-' Depot, is !! eoiniile'e, and they are iiieeare i io kin.L- ai: knels ol castings, im- . uii.r littelition l'H!a to i I. tto.il i,ASTiirai, aiiLL T.a i ws,iv,.v Work ol evert e-cription ti','..'. ..i. ,." thi. oei-asion loexnres- 'heir grate- jl obligations to all those who have patronized them o iiberail;- heretofore, anil earnestly solicit n cou inoiai.ce o! theii taver- utlici'inr' the -tore ol Messr- P-ai rett t Son i'.ut a'-u. i ! l's, 1-,5'J UT LAND FOUNDRY AND MA- ! ton Kail road Depot Furnace Street, liutland, Vt ! JOEL P. HAKIMS, Agent j orders -incited lor Car Wheel?' and Railroad Cast U "- ol ro-rv de-cription. Mil! and o'her castings, ol atfkind. '-t Iron Pipe. Water Wheels, Castings tor Agricultural Implements, iron rence. Railings. &C . of the most approved patterns. A lso, Mi HIVKl'.Y WOKK 1TMMIKI- UP I'liOMt'TLi. lull a-MirtiiiCM of .e:ir and Pulley l'alterns.--I he usual si., s of uenr :'n! I'n'iet (astingscon stantlv on hand Also, tn- celebrated Hu itLHUKT Plows, and the ' Knglin.d Mo-ver Circulars respecting the statu -en! to any address desired ALL WORK Al LOW PRICES A N ! i . 1 IT'l INGb O A N D I I X I II K . D Y E It , No 2. Ilaseip.ent I 'ronton 1" Nlcho;-' illock Jltia HANTS' Row Rl'TI.AM'. V I Ha- c-.u-tant; "i, !,.n il STEAM, GAS A N 1 WATKK I'M'K. Ca.-r and Wreiight Iron all -i.e-. Ma;!t able lit lings ol sue. - ie aid .'. scrii't lol: l'.ra- i. a. be Vat. e... W.aiworth - latest pa'tern !;.. Ho -i- and plain Uibb-Jtxj . ir ( hll:C- F Ul'k Re I'.r; i u g i 1 j - iiu-ers. ic. I, -: v : x t i: u E s: l.-cr; ! bo. in- hand, or lurni-he: at 'I nn good a--ort me'.t "1 Piani. l'i n ; m (iia-- shai!.- m '! Mhi.ke rs oft', latest unproved pattern? Also a G rcti ii.i a lei if a Hi Ks i. a.- P.urii 1 1 e h.t.- coiistal nl ,.i;:l!:.M-ii ex t .-rieiiC."! wolK am or Waff Pipe in any re rte-t notice. paid to putiu t in Steam Pipe men to put t:p hi.-. ? j'.iiie 1 lorin at t he -! Partic.i i ait. nto. oir warming buildings of any kind A I! work warranted, a. id price- a t j . ; a c ' Rutland . Jan. I7U;i. FM!I.V SIIOI"I.! J .'("lilt IS H K 0E r r :t ' -V i rat' o DOUBLE I H READ S E V I N G -M A C II 1 K KS. They are reliable, cheap, durable, and are warrant ed e.jiial to arty, and superior to most tnachin-' in the market 1 1-ev are i w.av.al .!. maenmr fjuta, con sequentiv the 'least liable to get out ol order They are capab e of doii g any wink, from the thinnest to the thickest. 1 i.e Dou'jle Lock ntitch sews from the original spie s without rewmdin Those who con tempiate bn iug are requested to call and examine these machines before purcha-iug elsewhere. They can he seen at O 14 Dn ki.kma p. inear the North Meeting llou-e. i Mouni Holly. Vt . here t ho-e w isfi mg to purcliaae will be shown samples ot the work .lone on dilLrent machines, and where all unpreju diced petsous will at o; ce see the important advan tages of the Grav & Grace oer all other machines S. Ii I'eople purchasing tins machine wnl not be liable to prosecution, as the;, are built under a li cense. Recollect they c m be seen at O. 1? DI hERMAN S, (.V,,rf,, Hvunt lui:j. V:. Agents wan'cd in ev rv town and cuuc'.y w2(it 7ILC0X Ac (ilBUS' SEWING MA- deed a wonderful production, and lor family ue especial!'-, no ttttitr rnuclitn' r'Uzar any cuinyartson icilk ii. Pi.ila. Evening Journal ' A mechanical wonder "Scientific American For -!e hi J R BARNES. liistriirtton. c 1ASTLETON MEDICAL COLLEGE SL'KUICAL CLINIC. A Clinic lor advice and treatment in rurgicl dis eases w ill I e held at the College Building, by the Professor ot ."surgery, every W EDN Es DA V AH HP NOON during the Lecture Term which commences March 1st. and continues sixteen wtik Superio: aiivannges witl be found here for the successful trea'nieni oi oeiormity. oiseaa-es vt uuurt. and joints, &c . and all diseases of the EYE AND E A li. All important operations performed before the Cla-s will 1st gratuitous tothose w hose nreum-tances forbid their being at any expense. Accommodations at low rates w ill be provided lor patients from abroad. E. K. SANRoRN. M D.. Prot Mjr.-ery. Castietou Me l Col. Kuflaad. Feb. 1st;! 9-4mis. T K A 0 ! 1 V, U S ' I N S T T U rI E S Teachers' Dis putes for the counties of Orange. Windsor. Wiojliam. P.. nniiigtoi.'. Rut and and Ad dison, wi 1 be he d a - follows: At Rain'olc June 4 " 7-S At Arlington. June 11 15 ' F'aii haven. " Is I'J Orwell. ' HI 'ii ' hester. " Wiluiingtoii, 11-I'i 1 he In-tituU': will etch confirm in ses-ion during s. and e.ch daily two -lass. ha il cwoiiil' (-e-sU'liS -e-sion w i'i coTiiinei'C at ti A. M All triend- oi E in. -at e n ate ms i' as ivtufti u i.s po--ih:e t iei.'nn-n are re-peet 'nl'y inii! ' d to attend, and d to give notice from tle ir i-uipit-. 1 o n p-r.nten.'e- ts. as cc-agentsof the State, are earnestly ri quested to no'its teachers, and urge their alttin'ai ce: an ! to notify clergtnteu. "leacher-are reminded that tinu spent by them in at tending the Institute i if tl e County w here they teach is. hv la-.v, coiisi eted to te p lit in the service of theif -chords, and -o is ool. in any s' use, lost. What character our Cctnmon schools shall aim to impress upon the children ot the State is a question oi very apparent importance iu these time- so lull of pern to our country. J S. ADAMS, isecretary. VliMOKT P.OAHD OP EIICCATION. I Skchktaky 8 Office, May 10, ls'jl i T I O W A R D A S S O C I A T I O N, 11 PU1LAUKMM1IA A firnevalmt Institution established by special Endow ment, for the rt.ttef of the anti Ihntresxed, affttrtfA with Vtru'mt an1 Cnronir l seas sy and especially for th Cure of D is uss o f th Sexual Organs. MKDICAL ADVICE iven rrati.. by the Acting SurOdii VAIA'AHLK REI'OKTS on Spermatorrhoea, and ollu r 'iisf-as-? ot the Sexual Ordain, aud on the NEW KEMEDIES employed in the lif)eary.seijt in Mr-ait-ii letter eii e true ol charge. Two or thre- Srn!) lor jo)-tae crjf.tHMe. AidreHH. Dr. J . SK1LJJN UutOlliON, iioward AFMciation, rpAI'KSTKV.INiiHAIN. Superiin- three ply Car; i petm. at HthMU t hi.MnUhy s. 100 BP.LS. FL'ESH CEMENT, at FRENCH & KINGSLEVS. .p ARIMON SEEDS, tor sale I.y T b a rrf:tt s SON ri'O J o RUTLAND VOLUNTEER. AM Goods in our line nece-sHrv tor so oii'fit, w ll lie iiiruisheil sy i i coi e IO I Watches, Jewelry, &c. Albany Wholrnale nnd Itetait JEWELRY AND WATtll EMPORIUM, STEIN & BRO., 648 BROADWAY. Oder to i ue trade and community at large at the lowest New York prices, a larga stock of fine (fold and silver Watches, Jewelry, and a splendid assort ment of Fancy Good. Peddlers and Watch-makers will tind it an inducement to call and examine their stock. Galvanizing, Plating and fine gilding on watches, done for from SI 50 to 83, 35-ly STELN k UKOIHERs. 643 Broadway. A CARD. The American Watch Com pauy, of Waltlmiu, Mass., begg to call the at tention of the public to the following emphatio re commendation of Waltbam Watches, wbicb has been politely given by the leading practical Watckmakers and Jewellers throughout the United States. The euiire list of signatures to, it, even in the Eastern States, is quite too long for publication in one adver tisement; but the names presented will be recog nized by those acquainted with the Trade in this vi cinity as being in the highest degree respectable and influential. At their establishments may always be found the genuine watches ot the Company's man ufacture, in great variety and at uniform prices. Signatures from many cities and towns of New Fnglaud, not luily represented iu this list, will ap pear in a fu'ure advertisement. TO THE PUBLIC. The undersigned, practical Watchmakers and dealers iu Watches, having bought and sold Ameri can Watches lor a uum jer of years past, and having dealt in all kinds of loreign wa'ches lor a muhc longer period of time, beg to state that they have never dealt in watches which, as a class or in indi vidual instances have been more satisfactojy to themselves and customers, whether in respect of da rability, beauty of tiuish, mathematically correct proportions, accurate compensation and adjustment or of line time-keeping results, than those manufac tured by the Waltham Company." THUS. STEELE fc CO. Hartford. Conn. HEMINGWAY ft STEVENS. " ' WM. ROGERS & SON. j. c. blackman, gfxjrge brown, f:. benjamin, c. j munson, john b. kikbv. john gordon, james k avers, e s huntington & co. e a. woodford. 11. D HALL, JOHN L SMITH, JOHN BARTON. CUKKIKK & 1 ROlT j v k f t fell. John McGregor, de.vifr & 11 a.-kins S ( HILHS. E D IISDALE A1.RER1 Fi t IS. F LI Is GIF FoRD F. W MAC UMBFR J . J liURNo, JESiE SMIl II. S. N sl( RV. LEVI Jtf'JN'SoN 1 M LAMP.. N. MooDV. W KIRKIiAM Jr W. M ROOT. JOHN i; S til l : BEN J N E COOK. cuarles v, Fogg. Bridgport, New Haven, New London, " Waterbury. " Danbury, ' o Middlelown, Lynn, Mass. Boiton. I-awretice, ' New Bedford, " -. iaunton. Fail River Gloucester, Salem. Worce-ter Greeiifleld. Springfield. I'itlefield. Northamptoii. " Waltham. Lowell. " Providence, R I E. Greenwich, " Concord. N. II ANDREW WARREN, AMOS SAN HORN. L D AN I HON V k CO PKLEG ARNOLD. I. ,'i HANDERSON, GEO W. DREW & CO. N. G CAKR. ELIJAH KNIGHT, CHARLFjj E BACON. Dover, Portsmouth, F-xeter. Claremont, Laconia. Nashua, HENRY H. HAM. ROBF1RT N BODGE, M. B MORRILL. W. O C. WOODBURY. REUBEN .SPF.NCEH, RICHARD G(JVI:. JONATHAN H0SMF:R. N W. GODDARD, CH A S T RIDGWaY. L B GAY. SHEKBUKNE SHAW. Sanborton Bridge," Hanover. " Littleton, St. Albans, Vt. Bradford " Montpelier, " Northfield, Woodstock, ' St. Johnsbury, Burlington, " Brattleboro', " Chelseo, Newbury, ' ' Billows Falls, " Vergenneti, " Sooth Berwick, Me. Auburn, " Bath, J MKLLISU. F. HODGM AN, C. II HUNTINGTON. C H. HARDING, T. C I'll INN hi, A. A MKAD, C. BATES. J II. MURDOCK. C. C. CHILDS. BKINSMAID a: HILDRETU W, WING ATE. THOMPSON k RANGER, FOSTER (.RfW, W. K. WALLACE, L. AMIDON, C. R. KIMBALL, FREEMAN M. II AKDISON, HENRY McKENNEY, JOHN T HOWLAND, TOMPKINS & MORRIS, Bangor, .i . Gardiner, Saco, Auguta. Lewbton, ' Bucksport, " Rockland, " lloulton, Winthrop. C C. WILLIAMS. G. S k G. L ROGERS. TWftMBLY k SMITH MOSES M. SWAN". D. G HALL, JAMES EMERY. SIMEON BLOOD. D E LUCY, JOHN B. ADAMS. Cattiox. As our w atch is now extensively ceun terteiied ty loreign n si u acttiars.we have to in form tie public that no watch is of our production w hich is uratrc ui anied b) a ceititicate r t genuine ness, bearing the nun ber of O e w atch, and signed by our 1 reasurer. R. E Roblits, c- by our prede cessors. Appleton. 1 racy A Co. For the American Watch Co RolSBlNS, APPLF.10N & CO, Agents. lT-3mc.s lisi Washington St., Boston. ALBANY PLATE CO., 2;V2 BROADWAY, ALBANY, N. Y., Manufacturers and dealers in fine SILVER FLA I ED sPooNS. F OR K 5. KNIVES, 1 EA SF I I S. AS 1 1 (RS. CA K R BASKETS, ( OF FEE URNS. SALVERS. AC. F'.very article pertaining to the trade constantly on hand We also replate oil worn out Plated Ware, and make it equally as good as new at less than half the original cost 35-ly A T W O ' QUININE TONIC BITTERS ! The Rest Aromatic Tonic ever offered to the Public. RECOMMENDED BY THE FACULTY For its Superior Medicinal Qualities. rprllS elegant compound which has secured the JL confidence and endorsement ol most of the lead ing Physicians of New England, is a palatableand etlicient form of Quinine, containing all the peculiar virtues oi Peruvian bark, carefully combined with various jone and stomachics, and cannot fail to meet the wants ol the debi itated. It is a mild lomc to the stomach, increasing the appetite, assisting digestion, pre-eminentlv good in dvspep ia. strengthening and invigorating to the di gestive and nervous system after prostrated diseases: and in lever and ague, or kindred complaints, its aid is invaluable. F'or diarrhiea, dysentery and cholera morbus, the public may rest assured there is nor can be any better general remedy. One of the very best Physicians in BostOB has said "that it is the test preparation of Hitters that has ever been ojfered to the public." Put up in half pint as well as quart bottles, in or der that all may convince themselves ol its superior merits. .... For further particulars reference is made to the printed circulars. FOR SALE BV CHAS. II. AT WOOD, IM CENTRAL ST., BOSTON. And bv Druggists every where. n 'Forsle In R nt laud, by POND ; MoBSB. !io-t... Sent , !) KIDNEY i i vv A4j. V-SatiiJLS0 JBLiElJLf IFFICULTIES. ni'r.uo g-rr ra a via PREPARED BT dr. j. w. Poland & co.. Goirstown Centre, N. n. The following t.'stimonials will tell something about a Medicine that ir now becoming popular taster than any other article Hold by druggists : Rev. J. K. Chase, of Rumuey, N. U., under date ol April 4, 181, says: (" When your favor, (two bottles ol White Pine Compound.) was received, 1 wag suf fering from a most severe cold. I took the Compound and was able to preach in two days. 1 believe the Compound is an invaluable medicine. I do wish thousands who know I othiug of its virtues, would become better acquainted with it." Rev. L. C. Stephens, Pastor of the Baptist Church at Goffstown Centre, in a letter dated Feb. 1800, says : " Some of my family hkve tried it, (the Compound,) with sigdal success, j believe it to te one ol tht best Cough Hemedits ever prepared. Besides its value as a Cough medicine, I have good reason to believe it to be all it claims to be lor Kidney Diseases, and Dia betes." Mr. Asa Goodhue, of Bow, N. II , was so prostrat ed by lMabens, iu Mardb 1869, that neither himself nor any who saw him thought that he cuuld possibly live through the monthl As a last resort, he tfrougbt l.e would try the W'Aeji Pine Compound. They pro cured a bottle lor him ; he began to take it, and to the eusprise of all. immediately showed signs of amendment. Eleve months afterwards, (Fed. 23, lt50,)in a full statement ot his case, he says; ' I be lieve Dr. Poland's White l'ine Compound, under God, has been the means of n.y recovery thus far." Hundreds of cases o Kidney complaints, ctnicD kxtirelv by taking thfe White Pine Compound, have been reported by druggists. Here are two samples : An aged man in Danyers, Mass., beard of the Com pound, as a wondurlikl curative for kidney com nlaiufs. Being a great! sutlerer from that difficulty, he sent to the Aptheeary lor two bottles. Ihey cckkd him. He said they Were worth fitly dollars. He has sine sold a good many bottles himself. 1 he second case was that of a business man in Sa lem, Mass. He was also cured ol the same complaint. Afterwards he went to Minnesota. The great fatigue of his journey brougjitiona returu ol his former diffi culty, and seeking n vraiu in Minnesota lor the com pound, he was compelled to send all the way to Sa lem to have it forwarded by express. 'July, Win. Dr. Pilam : Mr. J. C. Butterfield, Jr., who sells jour Medicine, has requested me to give a brief statement of w hat your U nite l ine Corn pound has doue for me. I had been alUicted with the Kidney Complaint for a long time, and had a bad Cough of ten yearsP standing, which caused me to spit blood quite frequently. So one of my acquain tances expected that I should ever get my health again. But fuso bottles of your IVAife Fine Compounti have cured me of both the Cough and Kidney Com plaint. 1 would also state that a lady, a neighbor of ours, was so badly afllicted with a cough that she sat up on ly long enough to have her bed made and we all thought she was going in a quick consumption. She took only one bottle ol j our Compound, and it cured her. She is just as well now as she ever was. STEPHEN BARTLF.TT BraiiFuku. N. U "Ob Poland: I wish to b?ar my testimony to the value of your White Pine Compound, a) ou win remember how feel, In I u as at the time 1 called upon you iu July last. My chief complaint was inflamma tion of tie ki'lnys In addition to other disagreeable symptomi , I suffered dreadfully from severe pain. You sold uie a oottle of the White Pine Compound, and before I had taken two-thirds ot that one bottle iny pain had all left me. Though I had f-een afflicted with that complaint a long time. 1 have not bad a returu of it since, and have lor many months past en joved excellent health. Y'ours truly. B F AIKEN Go!I-ton. Marsh lsijo. GFJI C GOObWIN & CO. 11 Marshall street. Bostou. General agents old everywhere bv irur-i-t- r'.Vlv DR. 0. II. SIIOLES. E C L E C T I C IN F I It M A R Y , 127 COL- UT STKKE'I , BOSTON. MASS Having given niy undivided attention tor the last fifteen jeais, to the treatment ol the tunno-unnury organ-. and having had a large practice in this spe ciality 1 -iim the best possible ad vantages tor treat ment the world has yet discovered 1 base been advised by many of our bent medical men to adverti". my remedies for the people general ly, troui the :act Mjt tr w men wfs7 my irrvireit dare not ask a frin t le'isr! to dtrrrt tfinr.. TO I HE IMPOTENT AND l.EBII.ITAl ED SPKKM ATxKUHiKAi. Ul Skxikal W ea k ts. 1 di vide into three stage) : j 1st NTuHTLV Ejiissiosa.. w hich my Fdrctio Lite : Drops w id cure in a very short time, w ithoul failure lid. Dailv Di,'H4REti. lhere are more cases of j this than the world I- aware ol Some of the jvmp tons are higti-colore and scanty evacuations from the bladder, w ith a lirrmrting sensation attending it, sometimes with a tufbid sediment, and at others a iniik-like at pearance I have analyzed many speci mens ot this nature, and in all cases have found tra ces or Semen and Albumen, which is assure to pro duce death as Consumption, unless it is checked Ly medical treatment i LOOK 1() XOUR CASEIN TIME. 3d Iohs) of Ml'hcPlau Power Such cases may be cured by similar iheans il the patient be in other wise tolerable heaith Best F reuch Preventatives at low prices. See my dsertiem -lit la the Bostou Herald, and you can learn a mor4 lull dscription of such cw. Address C. U SH.)LF:s. M D , 1-7 Court street, Boston. ! 23-lf T T 1' WITH VOI R STARS AND VJ Stripes' Al! a'boarc' lor War' and if we can't at you out with suitable eiuippage, we can direct you w here to tind 11 A jll ' E S S E S of any style and quality suitable for Farming. Team ing or Sporting as also all other articles corrected with tbn. branch ol Business, and at prices that wiH astonish you and y our neighbors. Feeling very thankful to our many friends and patrons in Castietou and vicinity, for past favors and liberal patronage, the undersigned would solicit not only a continuance, but an increase ot the same, as suring you eatistactidin in all things: and would also direct your attention! to our new iy opened HARNESS SHU I' WEST RUTLAND, near R K. Mead's Store, where you will find Mr. Henry JeH', waiting, ready and willing to sup ply y ou with anything m our Hue, at prices that can not fail to suit. I rimming ol all kinds done to order, and to suit, and very low forcath. Please call atd see( and it we cannot suit you in quality , pne term" AC. then we will give in that you are not iuta!i ' D. B COLTON" dw-may 1-tf Fairhaven. Vt. DR. C II - S II O L E S , l'foftssor'vf Dltease of Wvmtn, The only'liegular'Graduate Physician advertising in Bo-ton, gives particular attention to Diseases of Women. -pecialiv those sutlering lrom any disar rangement ol the MenstrVal bYsiTKM. Married or single Ladies may apply with safety and in confi dence, for relief irom the many misfortunes istcuiiar to the sex lunar mixture:. I have prepared a Medicine for the purpose ot reg ulating the Momh.v .SVin. which I have Used tor the Inst ten years with the most unbounded success. The follow ing recommendation is sufficient : Its uniform success, even in extreme case, is a" astonishing as it is satisfactory.' Journal of Am. .!.. Srienre. 1 hive hundreds of private assurances of the same happy results, but for obvious reasons I cannot place tbeiti' before the public. It is the verv best thing know n for the purpose, and in cases of obstruction, ait-r all other means have failed, will surwly produce the de-ired effect. A cure is guaranteed in all caits. or the price will be refund ed! I'urelv vegetable, and i-rfectly sale at all times. CAU'l ION. Never purchase any medicine ol this nature of any one. if left about the country for sa'e Such 1'iLl.n and Daol's are deserving oi no confi dence whatever. 1 Experienced nurses 'and plea'ant rooms for those who wish to remain under my care. Address Dr. C 11. SHORES, 127 Cocrt Stiibbt, HoM-uh 70-l URROWS' INFANT' FRIEND, OU GRAY MIXTURE. THIS fsplendid Mixture or Compound, X is by far the safest, most tfft ctiye. gentle and pleasant relief for lUibuatJ, ir..mo.u, proquceu , .n-.M.r.ilM .1 A rrrisi" . I.ooxnraa f Uumn . 1 1 - Howrls, Frio . "' ,nd t'slic, ihe fStoitiBch, lijifBlery sad for the i ii Spaaoia roluca IJlHrrnuta. from If elhinnj aii IKRFGULARITLSS OF THE BOWELS OF CHILDREN, PRODUCED BY TEETHING. Are very happily relieved by this unequaled mixture. MOTHKKS AND NUKSKS The best prool of all that can be said in its lavor, is te TRY IT' TRY IT! TRY IT! I CHALLENGE COMPAKISON WITH ANY OTHER KF.ME1Y IN THE WORLD. It has the approval of sorre of the most eminent practicing physicinas iu the United States. vy For sale by all the principal Druggists and Apothecaries throughout the United States and C an adas. Also, by MfMCRKY. :. FitoTHlhOBAM k Co., Blanchabd k HoffmaW, Meiucal Hall, corner South Pearl and Plain sts ; W. J HUMPHEKY k Co., II Clemknt and J H.MCLLOi'K. Price 26 cents per ". BURROWS V1? Albat... N V. GREAT REMEDY Fi grti ve conoid IS predisely what its name indicates, for, while pleasant to the taste, it is revivitv iin, - hil.-tinr and strengthening to the vital powers, and at the same iime reviviiies, reinstates and renews the blood iu all its, original purity, and thus at once restores and renders the system iuvulnerableto attacks ol dis ease. Itj js the only preparation ever offered to the world so 'Chemically and skillfully combined as to be the most powerful tonic, and yet so perfectly adapted as to acfitn perert accordance with tne laic of nature, and henck soothe the weakest stomach, and tone up the digestive organs, and allay all nervous and other irri tations. It is also perlectly exhilarating and at the same timfe it is composed entirely of vegetables and those thoroughly combining powerful tonic and soothing properties, and consequently can never in jure. Such a remedy bas long been felt to be a desid eratum iu the medical world, lor it needs no medical skill or knowledge even to Bee that debility follows all attacks of disease, and indeed lays the system open to tjhe insidious attacks ol many of the most fa tal, such, for example, as the following : Consumption. Bronchitis, Indigestion. Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite. Faintriess, Nervous I rritaf.il lit y , Neuralgia, Palpita tion of the Heart. Melancholy, H vpocondria. Nighl Sweats, Languor, Giddiness, and all that class o cases so fearfull fatal if unattended to iu time called Female Wenknrnses aud Imtularitin Also), Liver Derangements or Torpiditv. and Liver Ciimplaints, and Diseases of the Kidneys, Scalding or Incontinence ol the Urine, or any general derangement of the Urinary Orgaus, Pain in the back J side and between the shoulders. pr dispoei tion to sl.ght cold.. Hacking and continued Cough Eiuaciatiou. Ditliculty of breathiug, and indeed we might enumerate many more still, but we have space only to say, It will not only cure the debiiiity blow ing Chills and F ever, but prevent all attaei arising Irorn Miasmatic Influences. ;ahd cure the diseases at once, i already attacked. And as it acts directly anal persistently upon the biliary system, arousing the Liver to aa-tiu. promoting, iu fact, al! the excretions and secretions otthesystem.it will infallibly pre vent anyj deleterious con-equences follow -ug'upon change of climate and water; hence a.i travelers should have a bottle w ith them, and all should take a table spoonful af least before eating As it pre vents costiveu-se. strengthens the digestive organs, it should be iu the bands of all persons ot sedentary habits, students. mini-terK. literary men And all ladies not u-tomed to much out dour exercise should always use it If thej will they will find an agreeable, pleasant, and efliciant reinedv sgaiti-t those ills which rob them ot their beauty : for L-autv can not exist without heaith. and health cannot exist while the above irregularities continue I hen again, the Cordial is a js-rteet Mother's Relitl Taken a month or tw o l-lore the final trial she w il: pas the dreadful period with tierlect ra-e and salvty Tnrrt n no miMak' n'jov. it. fit f'orduit j al, f' e ni't; tor i Mothtrt, try i; And to you we appeal to detect the iliness or dei-line not oiuy of your daughter- before it be too late, but also y our sons and bu-ban ls. lor while the former, l.-om lal-e deinac; down to a premature grave rather than Vi dition be k no's n in time, the latter ure ot. ed up with the excitement ot btisine- that not lor ou iey to., would travel in ! h. -; ward i::th. m,.i! too itite to aire-t t'.e.i i'.ut the inolhe i- always s igiiimt . unc conlideiiii v ftppea I : tor u e ar- -ut e v i o, r t affection will nneriinglv ("int sou to 1 r often go their cod- n o mix it tt were tne dow n ifal tall. ou w e r failing ! Wood r r. a- the Kestorative Cordial and Blood Rn.m n'. r. remedy w hicti sfiould t' a way s on h:n i i, 1 in.e ol need. O.J. Wool Proprietor 444 Broad wj N ew i ork.and 111 Market street. t. Loui- n i .and ld bv ad good Dnivi-t. Price- line In,. :-r hott,e. Pond & Slor-e. Agents :.', t',me A VOICE FROM THE WES1 : IlI'U Tilt Cl.EVKI.AKl I'LlilULCi: l'NIVi:i;vl, I'NIVER-A!. Is the demand for DR. S. . KlCllAUDSOX'S siiLitiiV wiNi; It:i;k Ti e celebrated New England Ren - r !.r U A HI I UAL t o.N si Mil loN JAIN DM FEVER AND AGl E GENERAL DFBil.il.. AND ALL DIEAsF.S ARISING 1 l; M A DISORDERED .VI o.M At. II. LIVER OR P.oWF.l.S Tbey are u-ed and recommended ly i-n,:,; Pnys Clans ot the cuuLtry. and all who tr; 'h- ta pro nounce them invaiuable Dr. JAMF.-s L LEF.PF.RF. write jr.-ni Navarre. Stark Co . O I he Bitter" are praised 1 y 'hu-e .uf lering from indigestion, c'y spi psia and .t: er com plaint" E. S. DAVIS. Postrna-ter at William-port. Ohio, says: 1 bev give great sati-laction. I u-e them rny sf. having taken coid become ..ro-tra'e and iost my appetite It relieved me. and I can r oinniend il with great assurance of its merits Dr. Wm. M KERR, ot Rogersrilie. lid. writes us ttiat they are the most valuable mediciLe offered He has recommended them wi'b great o ce-. and with them made senil cures ,f palj fa'.i'.u otthe heart and general debility IHOMAS SlANFoKD. Fq , lilouutu'le. Henry Co . Ind . writes u a long l.tter. under da'e of May 4.1 ;. He was iniich reduced, having been afflicted for three yeais with great nervous deti.ity . palpita tion of the benrt of the most vere and prostrating character. alter using a few L'tt.e- 1 a- com pletely restored, and am now in robu-t .ea:!i GFRG: W. HoFIpMAN. says l.e wis a'.ilicted with rheumatism lor 2') years in all its var; ju lorms. and at the date ot hi' letter he had tee': -wo years well: the Litters effecting the cure, when several phy sician attending him c uld do him n-. good He says. For rheumatism, dy-pepsia. iter complaint, kidney affection or dropsy . it is a ;ec:5c certain remedy.' J W HUNT writes from Delphc- Al.rn ( o.. Ohio, i a section w here F ever and A gue pre ails I that he most cheerfully recommends them ot decided merit in all ca"e of F ever and Ague. D-. -;.ep-ia and General Debiutf D. K GALLEHERS. M. D, Write- from Van Wert. O , -I most respectfully recommend the SherJ Wine Bitters to the notice of dvpepfc persons and all w ho require a stimulating medicine SucuS'lcs ir are "iris Irti l FL"L1 DIRECTIONS ACCOMPAN Y EAt. 11 BO IT I.E. Sold by dealer- iu medicine generally 11 3m Q. A R D I X K R 'S Hlieumaiif and IWiualgia U-mpound A u" cure for lln'umatism and .V'i i" ' n ices form. The underig el hereby certitv tha: they have used "Gardiner e Rheumatic and Neu.s'ia Com pound " for the cure of Rheumatism ai d Neuralgia, and have in every case found immediate ar d perma nent relief We have full confidence :i. it-l.taung qualities, and w ould recommend it to a., who are alHicted with these harrassing diseases a one M the salest and he-t medicines ever ofered to :tie J iibiic. S HANCOCK. Jr . 'Z Sou'h Market - . Bo-ton: iv ll Al-LFJS. Bs-ston; HENRY A FULLER. I) South Market st . l(.e.ton : SAM L VVAl.l.s Jr . Citv Hotel, Boston: GEO i!. PI U M M ER. l.MsNerick "luare East Bo-ton : L'FNRY D GARDINER. Webster St . Ti-t Ho-tor: A PRAM V I.H.I.. W eb ster St.. Boston: Cap tl AS O. lnd.l: 111. last lioston i , ....... Ti' be' tnelicif e f -r 'be disease I eie: -a (. HAS A SMITH. No 1 Old S'nte House. Bo-t ;i Have been afllicted with Kheumuti-ra iu it- worst form and was entireiv cured bv the u-t o: one bottle A. W. BRY F.FL Mathews Building. Commercial st.. Bostou. Gardiner's Rheumatic ata Neurnlgia Compound lias entirely reliever! me lrom suflejings r i several years' standing. W. K. LODGKINs. No 1 Old Eta'e House. Boston. After suffering with Rheumatism for twenty years I was entirely cured by the use of two bottles of Gar diner's Rheumatic ami Neuralgia Compound NuK MAN T. AY EKS. Franklin st , Boston The Rheumatic and Neuralgia Compound bas been taken by hundreds of people fur Scrofulous Humors with great benefit. It may be given to childreo with perfect safety. At wholesale by 'MACY f JENKINS. CT Liberty St.. New Y ork. Principal Depot N7 Kilby ., Howlon. None genuine unless signed by CHAS. F. GARDINER. For sale by Pond k Morse and Francis F'enn, Rut land ; John E. Weeks. Brandon: W. I'. Russell and 11. A. Sheldon, Miudiebury; W. U. gprague, Ver gennes; and Apothecaries generally. 34-ly 6mis J K W YORK KEROSENE OIL CO. At Prices to Command the Market '. KEROSENE ILLUMINATING OIL. l'AUAFFINK ILLUMINA1 INi OIL. PETROLEUM ILLUMINATING OIL MACHINERY OILS DEPOT, 14-2m COZZENS & CO Vatcr St.. New York N OTICE! The Medicines of DR. J. CLAWSON KELLEY, (ANALYTICAL I'll Y'SIC'I AN',) Are for sale bv Mr hn iiiiK DEIs, corn A Pine ir.,1 w(.sf. . s:s - t V