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gjy A Mrs. riumb, in an aberration
of mind, caused by the too free use of tbe "ardent," attempted to drown her self on Thursday evening, by jumping from a wall some twelve feet high, into the Branch opposite Koith's ledge, and met with a fair prospect of success, (hav ing floated down soma forty rods and sunk the third time,) when her perilous condition was discovered by Mr. A. A. Webber, agent for Abbott's History of the Rebellion, who, regardless of any danger to himself took "a dive" from un der the portico of E. S. Camp's bouse, (just above the bridge) into tbe rapid stream, some twelve feet below, and by great exertion succeeded in bringing her to the surface of the water, below the bridge, where he received assistance and the woman was soon hoisted into the street, apparently not seriously damaged from her voyage under water. Should it result in making ber a better woman, a desired effect will be accomplished. The daring and bravery exhibited by Mr. Webber won for himself great credit and the commendation of all who beheld bis perilous dive. Walton's Daily. The astonishing success of Scovill's Blood and Liver Syrup in tbe cure of Scrofula, White Swelling, Humors, and all diseases of the blood, attracted to it the notice of physicians in all parts of tho country, who commenced its use in their practice wiih great success, curing many chronic diseases which they them selves had pronounced incurable. No Blood medicine has been offered to the public that possesses the curable virtues that this medicine does. Some of our most eminent physicians do not hesitate to say that they know of no medicine so reliable as this is for the diseases for which it is recommended. Horrible ! Rv. J. B. Rodgers, chaplain of the 1 4h Wisconsin regiinrnt, who has been in charge of the freed blacks at Cairo for some monibs, con firms a statement which appeared in the papers last fall, of the fiendish barbarity of the rebels in tho Northern Alabama, which was so monstrous as to be received wiih incredulity. He says that the reb els actually butchered aboul a thousand blacks to prevent them fulling into the hands of the Union army. Two hun dred were confined in a large building, the building fired, and every one of them burned to death ! Such things seem be yond belief, but the evidence is said to ba indisputable. fcJT The steamer C.H.Thomas ar rived at Fortress M o n r o e Saturday morning from North Edislo Island, S. C. She led there last Thursday at which time our monitors were all lying off that place, and our land forces occupied the islnnd. Van Eary's steam mill at Simcoe, Canada West, was blown up on Friday by the bursting of a boiler. Four men were killed and the mill destroyed. A late New Orleans letter says that a large quantity of firearms was dis covered by the police a few days since, while searching a certain house in that city. There was nearly enough to arm 500 men. In addition to this, several arrests have been made recently of vari ous parties, on the charge of carrying concealed weapons. 5" The Union club of Nashville, Tenn., has adopted a thorough going anti-slavery resolution. It declares that slavery dishonors labor ; southern enter prise i is incompatible with intelligent, sound morality and the permanency of the republic ; that it prevents the de velopment of the resources of the state, drives out tbe industrious, lessens the free population of a free country, and should be abolished as soon as compati ble with tbe safety of slaves and the in terests of loyal masters. The rebel schooner Alabama has been captured by the Susquehanna off Mobile. Receipts for the Standard FOR THE WEEK SNDIHO MAY 1, 18C3. Samuel Logan, Coventry, A. K. Cleveland, " T. W. Knigut, I. N. Cuslmian, Irasburgh, H. G. Brewster, " M. M. Elkins, Albany, N. P. Nelson, Craflsbury, Thomas O. Way, liarton, A. C. Wright, " Wm. H. Johnston, Albany, H. O. Whiteher, Barton, L. II. Sulhain, Greensboro, 1,25 2,50 8.00 1,24 1,37 1,25 1,28 1,25 1,25 1,25 ,(3 Commissioner, OprtcB of thb Clerk of) Orleans County Coikt, Ihasbubqh, Apbil 14, 1863. ) The rotes for County Commissioner, for the County of Orleans, having been this day pub licly canvassed by me, and Joseph Bates 2d, hav ing received the greatest number of vote for such office, I hereby make proclamation that aid Joseph Bates 2d, has been duly elected to the office of County Commissioner for said County for the ensuing year. I. N. CUSHMAN, Clerk. NOTICE. The public examination of candidates for teaching common schools in Burton the coming year, will be held at the Academy in Barton on Wednesday the 13ih of May next, commencing at 1 o'clock, P. M. R. B. SKINNER, Town Sup Barton, April 28, 1603. 'Written for the Standard. The Endof Time. Composed by Jeremiah Bishop, of Com pany D, 3d Regiment, camp on the Rappahan nock, near White Oak Church, April 18, 1853. There Is a day when this onr globe, No longer shall roll round ; When tt shall wear a fiery robe With thunders shall resound j With dreadful earthquakes it shall shake, And nature cease to sway ; When all the wheels of time shall break, And earth shall pass away ! Oh, when that awful day shall break, And dawn upon mankind, The seas be made a flaming lake, What thoughts must thrill the mind, To see the dead break from the tomb, Where they've a long time lain, And animation fresh resume, New life to lose or gain ! Then in the clouds will Christ appear, Bright as the noon-day sun j Proud man shall then behold and fear, (For lo ! he is undone.) But those who are with Christ so wed, That sin can't disunite, At his approach will leave tbeir bed, With joy and great delight. How strange that men so little think Upon the latter time. While standing on the very brink Of expiating crime! There Is a way of life through grace, Though few do walk therein j For they know not that hiding place From bell, and death, and gin. The Study of History in Schools. Mr. Earle, Dear Sir : As the time is approaching when our s'jmmer schools commence, I wish to call the attention of teachers and parents to the importance of giving prominence to the study of his tory especially that of our own coun try. In England, every child who is taught anything, has a good practical and ready knowledge, not only of the history of that country, but of others and in their schools tliey have 'Histories of the United States' adapted to the ca pacities of the children ; while here, I would venture to affirm, not one half of the people of Vermont can tell whether Benjamin Franklin and Alex. Hamilton were ever Presidents or not, or could give an intelligent account of Washing ton s campaign, or what the political patties were at that time. I once heard a graduate from Yale Affirming that the 'constitution of tho United Stales has uever been amended !' Would it not be well to call the a!; edi tion of all interested ty this matter ? The above is from a well-wisher of your paper because it is always on the right side of all questions of public good, and a staunch advocate of all reform. Qcerist. Harrey Sickler, Eq., th able editor of the Tu.ikhatinock (Pa.) Democrat, publishes the following in his issue of the 30th October, 18G1: "We think it due to Messrs. J. C. Ayer & Co., and the public, to make known our experience with the use of their Extract Sarsaparilla in our family by stating circumstances under which it was taken and its effects. When our only child, now in his third year, vas about 8 months old, a sore ap peared first in small pimples on his fore head over his nose. These rapidly in creased, and uniting formed a loathsome, virulent sore, which finally spread over his forehead and face, not even excep ting his eyelids, which became so swolen that his eyes were closed. We called a skillful physician, who administered the usually prescribed remedies. A solution of the nitrate of silver was applied until the mass of corruption which covered lii-s entire face turned jet black. The sore ngain and again burst through the scorched and artificial skin formed by this solution. Meanwhile many reme dies were employed without any appa rent benefit. For fifteen days and nights he was constantly held by his parents to keep him from teariug open with his hands the corrupt mass which covered his face. Everything having failed, we were in duced by the high recommendations of Ayer's Sarsaparilla for the cure of scrof ulous disease, to give it a trial. In his treatise on Scrofula, Dr. Ayer directs a mild solution of Iodide of potash to be used as a wash while taking the sarsapa rilla, and it whs faithfully applied. Before one bottle of sarsaparilla had been given the sore had lost much of its virulence and commenced to heal. An other bottle effected an entire cure, and the general prediction that the child must die was contradicted. His eye lashes which came cut, grew again, and bis face is left without a scar, as smooth as anybody's. It is unnecessary for me to state in bow high esteem we bold Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla. " Hoops. Tell me, thou mighty deep, with wave so deep and clear, is there a good time' coming whea hoops shall dis appear; some foreign rock-bound shore, some island far away, where these out rageous street balloons shall all be stowed away ? The mighty deep was troubled, rippled by squall, and murmured back this sad response : " No, no, there's none at all!" C3" Three more of our merchant vnn. sels, with valuable cargoes chiefly owned in uusion, nave fallen victims to rebel pirate Florida. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to all persons who arc intending to apply for situations as teaeners in schools of the to-vn of Irasburgh, that the public examination for teachers rc- nntrcrl hv lnw w in said town, will be hem at the school room in Irasburgh village, on tho 8th day of May, at 1 o'clock P. M. AH persons de signing to toach in the common icnoois or sum town are desired to be present promptly at the time and place aforesaid. All citisens are respectfully and cordially In vitcd to attend. MILTON R. TYLER, Town Sup't. Irasburgh, May 1, 1803. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BVCHU, '111K CHEAT DIURETIC. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU, THE GREAT DIURETIC. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU. THK GREAT DIURETIC. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU. THE GREAT DIURETIC. And a Positive and Specific Remedy for Diseas es of the Bladder, moneys, Gravel, Dropsy, Organic Weakness, And all diseases of the Urinury Organs. See Advertisement in another column. Cut it out, and semi for the Medicine at once. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. 1 r A T E I) 1 .11 !TI F. I) I A TE L V. in ev II cry town and village, an agent of either sex to engage in a light und profitable business by winch Inmi 8 to simper week can ne mauo, Persons having leisure evenings can make from .50 cts. to 1 per evening. A sample wiih full particulars sent by mail to all who inclose three letter stamps (H cents) and address JilA KUS SELL & CO., Hooksett, N. II. 17w8 THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE OF A NERVOUS INVALID. Published for the benefit and as a caution to young men, and others, who sutler from Nervous Debility, Early jjeeay, aim tneir Kinurea ail ments supplying the means of self cure. By one who has cured himself after being a victim of misplaced confidence in medical humbug and nuuekerv. Bv enclosing a post paid directed envelope, single copies may ba had of the au thor, NATiiANiri, maypaik, Esq., jj e u t o r u Kings County, New York. 8 MARRIED. At North Troy, March 21st, by Rev. M. Pat- tee, John Williams and Emily Bailey, both of Potton, C. E. At North Troy, April 4, by Rev. M. Pattee, J. L. Perkins of Potton, C. E., and Diana Swa- scy of Bolton, C. E. At North Troy, April 12, by Rev. M. Pattee, Moses AblM)tt of Troy and Araunah S. Kenas- ton of Manchester, N. H. DIED. At West Derby, of congestion of tho lungs, March 28, Mrs. Lucia C. Lane, wife, of Elisha Lane, aged 27 years and 4 months. In Eden, on the 19th ult., Freebun White, aged 78 years. In Barton, April 21, Mr. James May, aged 88 years. Mr. May was one of the first settlers of the town of Barton. It was just sixty seven years from the day his family moved into town to the d.iy of his death. In Westfleld, April 19, Mr. Erastus Freeman, aged 67 years. lu Westtield, April 17, Mrs. Hannah Frost, wife of Daniel Frost, aged 86 years. ORLEANS PROBATE DISTRICT. PROBATE COURTS will be holden at the Jl Probate umce m trusuurgn, on inursuay of each week for the year ensuing. MILTON R. TYLER, Judge. Irasburgh, Dec. 1, 1802. SCHUYLER CHAMBERLAIN'S ESTATE. O T A T E OE V E 14 HI O N T O District of Orleans, ss. In probate court holden at Irasliurgh. within and for said District, on Ihe I3lh day of April, A. D. INtf: Charles Chamberlain, administrator on the es tate of SCHUYLER CHAMBERLAIN, late of I Craftsbury, in said district, deceased, mikes ap plication to said court to extend the time hereto fore allowed him to pay the debts due from said estate ana to render ins administration account until some future day : Whereupon, it is ordered by said conrt that said application be heard nt the Probate Ollice m Irasburgh, ou tue om uay ot May-, a. u 1ST.3: And it is further ordered, that notice be given to all persons concerned, by the publication of this order in tne Url.'ans in ypenaent scanaara, printed at Irasburgh, three weeks successively, before said hearing. MILTON R. TYLER, Judge. A true copy of record. 17w3 Attest, MILTON R. TYLER, Jwlge. W arnins. ll'HEREAS my wife Cynthia Mitchell, has II left my bed and board without just cause or provocation, this is to warn ail persons from hiulwring or trusting her on my account, as I shall pay no debt of her contracting alier this date. She Is now in the State of New Hampshire, and sometime last fall she sent a notice of her death to the Standard, and it was published therein, representing her death to have taken place on the 2oth of October which I am sorry to say turns out to be false. This is my excuse for advertising the " on-A-angcl." HUGH MITCHELL. Glover, April 24, 1803 19w3 CARRIAGES. CARRIAGE REPAIRING, Painting and Var nishing, Iron Work and Custom Blacksmith ing. Tlio subscriber will soon have out a new lot of Buggy Waggons of the very best style of workmanship, w hich he will sell for cash at low prices for the times. Special attention given to all kinds of repairing. Wood work, iron work, trimming, painting and varnishing. Grained leather front boots and seats, worked so that thev will not crack. Varnishes for patent leather tiaek boots and . Custom work done in the Blacksmith shop in the most ap proved manner. All work thoroughly done for reasonable prices and readv pay. CHAS. A. J. MARSH. North Craftsbnry, May 1, 1803 19tf W. D. WILSON, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, AND LICENSE TO r-ROClKE Ierisions, Uouiities, AND ALL MILITARY CLAIMS. TROT, ORLEANS COUNTY, VERMONT. J. S. DORM AN, ATTOKXEY A COUXSCLLOK, BAUTON, VERMONT. iLTOfllce in Mansfield's Block. J. T. ALLEN, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, NEWPORT, VEHMONT. BOUNTY AND PENSION AGENCY, DERBY LINE, VT, BENJ. H. STEELE, AGENT AND ATTORNEY. II f All military claims prosecuted and bnsi nesi done directly with the departments. The requisite surgical examination can be made at this place. B. F. D. CARPENTER, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, CRArrSEt-BY, VKBMONT. Ij Office in Rand'i building. REMOVAL OF CHASE MACHINE WORKS THE ST. JOIINSBUHV MACHINE COMPANY, IIEHEBY ISE- spcctfully inform mill owners and others, that having procured the Machinery, Tools, Patterns, ttc, formerly owned and operated by Messrs. J. D. CHASE & SONS, nt West Concord, Vt., and having REMOVED and set the same In complete operation at their shops situated directly in front of tho Passenger Depot at St. Johnsbury, vices of Messrs. J. D. Chase & Bon to superintend the mechanical and manufacturing depart ments, whose reputation as experienced prnctical mechanics will be a sufficient guarantee of the style and quality of our work, will hereafter keep on hand and manufacture to order, castings, and machinery of every description, repairing and job work j also construct mills of all kinds throughout, at such prices as will make It an object for all In want of any article in our line to Inquire of ns at least before giving their orders. Also Saws, Belting, Mill Stones, &c, on hand and furnished to order at manufacturer's market prices. UTAH orders or inquiries by mail or otherwise, will receive prompt attention. Please address ST. JOHNSBURY MACHINE CO., ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT. Hoston 3VI,i-l5L.ot. ( Corrected Weekly from tlte N. E. Farmer.) WHOLESALE PRICES. Thursday, Afkil 23, 1863. FLOUR AND MEAL. St Louis, superfine, 9 a extra brands, 8,25 a 8,75 choice extra, 9,50 a 10,25 Western, super., 6,25 a 6,50 com. extras, 6,75 a 7,25 medium do. 7,25 a 7,75 choice do. 8,00 a 8,75 Rve Flour, 4,50 a 5,75 Corn Meal, 4,50 a 4,85 GRAIN. Corn, southern yellow, per bu., 69 a 1,00 Western, 92 a 96 Wheat, western, 1,55 a 2,00 Rve, 1,10 a 1,20 Oats, 82 a 84 HOPS. First sort, 1862, 20 a 23 PROVISIONS. Beef mess western, 12,50 a 14,50 Eastern, 12,50 a 14,50 Pork clear, 17,50 a 19,00 Mess, best, 16,00 a 10,50 Prime, 13,00 a 14,00 Lard, keg, per lb., 11 1-2 a 12 Lard, bbl., per lb., 10 all Hums, smoked, 9 1-2 a 10 PRODUCE. Apples, dried, per lb., 6 a 6 1-2 do sliced. 7 a 7 1-2 do winter, per bbl., 2,00 a 2,50 Butter, per lb., Vermont, 14 a i3 Beans, per bu., small and extra, 3,25 a 3,50 Marrow, 3,25 a 3,50 Blue pod, 2,75 a 3,25 Cranberries, bushel, 4,00 a 5,00 Cheese, Vermont A New York, 13 a 15 Peas, per bushel, Canada, 1,10 a 1,15 Potatoes, Jacksons, 55 a 00 Onions, per bbl., 4,00 a 4,50 Eggs, . 16 a 17 SALT. Turks Island, 3,25 a 3,37 Liverpool coarse, S.U5 a 3 37 B:ig, tine, 2,00 a 2,2-5 Coarse fine, 1,25 a 1,50 STARCH. rear, per lb., 7 0-0 a 9 1-2 Potato, 4 1-2 a 4 3-4 SUGAR. Havana, 10 a 10 1-2 Muscovado, 9 3-4 a 11 Porto Rico, 9 3-4 a 12 Crushed, 14 3-4 Powdered, 14 3-4 Coffee crushed. 11 3-4 a 13 3-4 TALLOW. Rendered, per lb., 10 1-2 a 11 Rough, 7 a 8 WOOL. Full blood Merino, 78 a 80 Common, 73 a 75 Pulled, extra, 78 a 90 Supertiuc. 75 a 85 Remarks . We have comparatively few changes to note. The Punctuations in gold check operations. Coffee quiet. Cotton unset tled, and prices varying. Fish steady and firm. Flour quite dull, and some grades have fallen 25 a 60 cents. Corn firm, with fair demand. No change in oats. Rye firm. Molasses quite firm, with a fair inquiry. Pork very quiet, and a shade lower. Beef steady, with moderate de mand. Butter dull and lower, with indications of a further fall. Cheese scarce. White beans pretty firm, and higher. Salt is scarce, and ad vanced. Sugar firmer, with more inquiry. Fleece and pulled wool have been comparative ly quiet since the auction sale, but transactions have been to a fair extent, embracing several large lots. Trices are a shade easier, but no marked change has taken place. The sales have been 200,000 lbs. fleece and pulled at from 73 a S3c. for fleece and 80 a 90 for super and extra pulled. CATTLE MARKETS. BRIGHTON, CAMBRIDGE, AND MED FORD. Thuksday, AruiL 23, 1863. PRICES. First qnalitv, 9,50 a 9.73. Second quality, 9,00 a 9,23. " Third quality, 8,00 a 8,75. A few extra Northern and Western, 9,25 a 9,50. The above prices are per 100 lbs. on the total weight of hide, tallow, and dressed beef. Working Oxen Mostly according to their value as beef. Sheep and Lambs 5 a 9 cents per lb. on the live weight. Milch Cows, $22, 25, 30, 40 a 50. Ordina ry. Sli a 20. Swine Shotcs, wholesale, 5 a 0 ; retail, 5 0-0 a 7. Tallow, 8 a 8 l-2c. Pelts sheep and lambs, $3,00 a 3,75. Vttaclt on. Charleston TO BE RENEWED. VND I am determined to collect every dollar due me between this date and the first day of July next, if I have to shell tliit and the sur rounding towns to do it. And I hope that eve ry man, woman and child, that owes me ever so small a sum will govern themselves accordingly. The old shop is filled with the best custom made Boots and Shoes. Ladies and Gentlemen will find It for their advantage to call. Particular attention paid to measure work. Soldiers Coots made to order and at short no tice. OKKIN FRENCH. Glover, April 23, 1863 COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. THE firm of Coburn & Lewis of Newport, Vt, successors of L. Robinson & Co., is by mu tual consent thii day dissolved. Newport, April 22, 18ti3. The demands due the firms of L. Robinson & Co. and Coburn & Lewis, must be paid to Lu cius Robinson. JOSEPH W. COntTRN, ALFRED B. LEWIS. Attest C. Robinson. 18w3 MILLHERV & MY GOODS. MRS. M. J. BLACK takes pleasure In stating tn her friemli that she ba just returned from Boston with an extensive and well ieleeted assortment of the LATEST STYLES of Mil linery Goods, which will be offered at low fig ures. She will give particular attention to ma king and trimming Bonnets, and having made arrangements to receive at all seasons the latest and most desirable stvles, feels warranted in saying that she can offer her lady friends in ducement not to be found in Northern Ver mont. Newport, April 3, 1863. A P V E S V O A It in large and small cakes, f. sal lif U D. WILSON. THE Vt., having also permanently secured the ser FURNITURE. L. IV. CIIVTVrLEIl, 4 T the Orleans County Furniture Rooms, in IV 1T1 A MID . . Kill. It Barton Village, still keeps on hand every vari ety of Furniture, consisting of Parlor and Cham ber Suits, N O ftX H 9 BLACK WALNUT AND MAHOGANY HtuiTecl Chairs, Also Office, Dining, and Kitchen Chairs, Bed steads and Tables of all kiuds. A large assort ment of Mirrors, Wool, Hemp and Oil Cloth Carpeting, Straw Matting, Mattresses, Feathers, PAPER HANGINGS, Window Curtains, and Fixtures, and every style of Picture Frames. I am almost daily In receipt from Boston, of ait Kinds ot acsirablu 1' unuture, winch are se lected with the most scrupulous care, and I am not going to ne outitone either m style or price by any one in Northern Vermont. Any one who will patronize me once will not hesitate to do it again when anything in my line is wanted. l Keep my warehouse tor tne PUBLIC BENEFIT. The attention of the people of Orleans County is ui Kenny suiicucu 10 uiy lurgu bioca- ui x ui 111 til re. L. JJ. WILSON is my agent for Irasburgh, who will keep on hand a constant supply for those who can mike ic iin.ro ouiiTwiiwit to puvuhnsa of nim tlJUll ol me. Barton, April 24, 1803. DRUGS & MEDICINES AT IRASBURGH. THF. Snbrcriber has bought the Drugs and Medicines belonging to A. C. RANDALL, and having added largely thereto, by recent purchases in Boston, will carry on the bushiest .t tlio Old Stancl, occupied by his predecessor, where he will sell as LOW as any other dealer in his l.ne, in the county ; and will ahoayt be on hand to tcail upon customers. Alt popular medicines or the any kept ou nund, S 4 Mf CI ,1 Va.rr.isKe:, Cpi:. Tureen tins, Co. pa.r., ZlciaZlit zzcunsL Pair.i Cz V&misK y c dtuy s . m0 t b.t.., together with a nice assortment of COLOGNES, PERFUMERY, EXTRACTS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, AND NOTIONS of all kinds. L. D. WILSON. Irasburgh. July 24, 1802. F 1 o n r Constantly on hand and for sale at D&POT PRICES, by SAMUEL STANFORD. Irasburgh, Nov. 10. 18C2. 47 Horses and Carriages TO LET. Also, Job Teaming done at all times and on Sliort Notice, And in s mannerto make money formysclf, ho- fing to give satisfaction to all concerned. 'leaso send in your orders to S. STANFORD. Irasburgh Sept. 26, 186240 Broke Loose ! THE SUBSCRIBER IS UP AND AT IT X again, wim n iuu nuoi ui vi . PirHt AV a t e r 9 at his old stand, where he will attend to the 1. in m mnniicr KllitPtl tO the times. Readv pny in the word. Your mouey is wiiiw x waui,u i m ui 1 ore Jutt what you mutt have. Com and map. S. STANFORD. Irasburgh, Nov. 10, 1862. 7 Boarding House, OPPOSITB TUB COURT HOtU, IEASBIBOH, TT. S STANFORD, PROPRIETOR. T. . -.i:..r r. nm H 1 1 1 II (T i,snAflll ill rcrm,u. iHiciimiiB .. town can obtain board at reasonable rates tor the times. IJATENT KEROSENE BURNERS No 1 chimneys required A great wring In time ana money. roruij Mils.: WAIl WITII ENGLAND! VERMONT AND CANADA ENGAGED, A DRAFT INSTITUTED NO PERSON EXEMPT. NEWPORT THE BASE OF OPERATIONS. M. J. BLACK, GRAND DIVISION COMMANDER, To whom all lovers of Money and Free Trade are requested to report, armed and equipped as the law directs.. PllOCLAMATION ! Whereas the extremely high prices of domcslh . tic and foreign dry Goods adapted to family needs, would 6eem to demand a safeguard ngniust Imposi tion and advantage on the pait of purchasers, 1 have deemed it expedient for me to volunteer my services inviewof present and probable wants, and do hereby respectfully call tho attention of t h e citizens of Newport and neighboring towns, and Cana da, to the large and extensive stock of JOIIY GOODS which I am receiving from Boston, consisting In pnrt of All Wool DcLuiucs, Thibet?, Poplins, Plaids, Chcllies, liVoncBes, (litigliams, Cambrics, Muslins, Brilliants, Cloaking, New and splendid styles of aummor Slinwla CAPES Of the very latest New York & Boston fashions A great variety of 1 TZ I IV rr H , Cotton Cloths, Striped Shirtings, Tickings, Denims, Tweeds and Woolens for mens' and boys' wear. Crash. Tabic Linen, Hosiery, Gloves, Hoop Skirts, And in fact a general assortment of all Goods usually offered for sale In a first class Dry Goods House. My store was recently built with all the modem improve ments, and as I devote my whole attention to this branch of trade, I feel confident that lean render full sat isfaction to all who may be disposed to favor me with a call. As I buy and sell for C A S II , it gives mo tbe advantage of the market, and my stock being new, 1 can safely say that it will be for the advantage of A L L , to examine my goods and prices, be fore purchasing elsewhere. p-Be sure and call at M. I. BLACK'S new store on Water street leading from Newport to Coventry. Newport, April 3, 1863. THE ALL SUFFICIENT THREE. THE "GREAT AMERICAN REMEDIES," KNOWN AS " HELMBOLD'S Genuine Preparations, Viz: HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT "BUCHU," "SARSAPARILLA, " 1MPR07ED ROSE WASH. HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION, "HIGHLY CONCENTRATED" COMPOl'WD FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, A Io itie anil Sj' cifio Remedy For diseases of the DLADDKR, KIMKTU, ORAVEL, AND U HOP Kit' A I. SWELLINGS. This medicine Increases the power of Digest ion, und excites the ausohhknts into healthy action, by which the Watery or t'alcerout depo sitions, and all Unnatural EnlargemenU are re duced, as well as pain and Inflammation, and if good for Men, Women, or Children. HELIKBOLO'S eTTraCT BUCHU FOR WEAKNESSES Ar'uing from Ex cell, Ilabitt of Diwpation, Early Indiscretion, or Abuse, ATTKXnF.D WITH TUB FOLLOWING IYMI-TOMS: Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of Memory, Dillicult Breathing, w enK ruervcs, imumiiig, Horror of Disease, Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, Pain in the Hack, Universal LaM'uttduof Flushing of the Body, tlie Muscular System, Eruptionson the face, Hot Hand.o, Pallid Countenance. Frynefs of the Skin. These svmntoms. if allowed to go on, which this medicine- invariably removes, soon follow IMPOTENCV, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS, In one of which the natient may expire. Who can say that they are not frequently followed by those " direful uiseases, Insanity and Consumption, Many are aware of the cause of their suffer ing, but none will coniess. ine recorua m mo insano Asylums and the melancholy deaths by Consumption, bear ample witness to the truth of the assertion. TUB CONSTITUTION, ONCB AFFECTED WITH 0H- OANIO WEAKNESS, Itcntiires the aid of medicine to strengthen and invigorate the system, which HELMBOLD'S EXTHAUl JSVVUU invariably uoes. A trial will convince the most skeptical. FEMALES, FEMALES, FEMALES, OLD OK YOCNO, 8INOI.E, MARRIED, OH COXTEH- l'LATINO MAPitlAQB, In many ttfections peculiar to Females the Extract Buehn is uncquulcd by any other reme dy, us in Chlorosis or Uetcntion, Irregularity, Paiul'iilncss, or Suppression of the Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or Schirrous state of the Uterus, Lcucorrhca, or Whites, Sterility, and for all complaints incident to the sex, whether arising from Indiscretion, Habits of Dissipation, ur in the DECLINE OR CHANSE OF LIFE. BEE SYMPTOMS ABOVE. NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. Take no Balsam, Mercnry, or Unpleasant Med- ciac for Unpleasant unci Dangerous Diseases. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU criii: sc:ki;t diseases In all their stages; nt little expense j little or no chnngo in diet ; no inconvenience, 4i no i:xrosiiiE. It causes frequent desire, and gives strength to Urinate, thereby removing obstructions, pre venting and curing Strictures of the Urethra, allnyliig puin and inflammation, so frequent in tins class ot uiseases, and expelling fouonout, Uiacated, and M orn-out mutter. Thousands npon Thousands WHO HAVE BEEN THE VICTIMS OF QUACKS. And who have paid UEA V Y FEES to be cured ,n a sliort time, have found they were deceived, and th.it the " Poison" has, by the use of "Pow-, ertiil Astringents," bceu orled up iu the system to break out in nu aggravated form, and I'KKIIAI'S AFTER MARRIAGE. USE EXTRACT BUCHU HELMEOLO'S For all Affections and Diseases of THE URINARV ORQA.X'TS, Whether existing in MALE OR FEMALE, from whatever cause originating, and no matter OF HOW LOS a STANDING. Discuses of these Organs require the aid of a Diuretic. HELMBGLO'S EXTRACT BUCHU IS THE ORE AT IIIUKETIO, And It Is certain to have the desired effect In all Diseases, for which it is recommended. 1 Jlood ! J$lool I IJlood I Helmbold's highly Concentrated Compound Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla. SYPIIILI S This is nn affection of the Blood, and attacks ibo Sexiuil organs, Linings of the Nose. Ears. Throat, Windpipe, and other Mucus Surfaces, milking its appearance in tne tonn or Ulcers. lleliuUilds t-xtruct Hmsnparilla purines the Blood, and removes nil Scaly Eruptions of the .Skin, giving to the complexiou a clear and heal :hy color. It being prepared expressly for this class of complaints, its blood purifying nrouer- lii's are preserved to a grcuter extent than any iner preparation ui oursiipariua. II EMU HOLD'S HOSE WASH. An excellent Lotion for Diseases of a Syphilitic Nature, und as an injection In Diseases of the Ui inaiy Organs, arising from habits of dissipa tion, used in connection with the Extracts Bu- chu ami Sarsaparilla, in such diseases as recom mended. Evidence of the most responsible and reliable hiiructer will accompany the medicines. CERTIFICATES OF CURES, From eight to twenty years standing, with names known to SCIENCE AND FAME. For Medical Properties of BUCI1U, see Dis pensatory of the United States. See l'r.ilcssor ll: L.t.S valuable works on he Practice of Physic See remarks made by tho late celebrated Da. PHYSICK, Ph.lndelphia. Sjcc remarks made by On. Er-HRAiM Mellow. iul-i., a celebrated Physician, and Member of the It' i hi I Coilcire nf Sua-eum. Ireland, and pub lished in the Transactions of the King and Queen's Journal. See McUn-o-cirurgicai ueview, putiiisnea ty Benjamin Tkaviks, Fellow of the Iloyul Col lege of Surgeons. Sec most ot ttie late standard Works on Meo cine. Extract ISuchu, fj l 00 pr bottle, or six for $5 00 " Sarsaparilla, 1 00 " 'f 6 00 Imnrored Rose Wash 50 " ' 2 00 Or half a dozen of each for $12 00, which will tic suineicnt to cure the most obstinate cases, u directions are adhered to. Delivered to any address, securely packed from observation. TT Describe symptoms in all communica tions. Cures guaranteed. Advice gratis. AFFIDAVIT. Personally appeared before me an Alderman of the ciiy of Philadelphia, II. T. HKLunoLD, who, being duly sworn, doth say, his prepara tions contain no narcutir, do mercury, or other injurious drugs, but are purely vr,-eianie. i Jl . l.ll&uuuuijl. Sworn and subscribed before me, this 23d day of November, 1H.50. W.P. HIBBARD. Alderman, Mntti-strect, aoovc uace, I'Uiia. Addnws letters for information in confidence. H. T. HELM BOLD, Chemist. Depot 104 South Tenth-street, below Chestnut, Philadelphia. CEVA.1E OF CSi.NTEF.FHTS AND VNFKINCIPLED DEALEBS. Who eudeavor to dispose ' OF THEIR OWN" and "other" articles on the reputation attained l.y Helmbold's Genuine Preparations, " Extract Buihn, " " - Sarsaparilla. " ' Improved Hum Wash. Sold by all Druggists everywhere. ASK FOB UELMBOLD'S-TAKB NO OTHER Cut out tho advertisement, and send for K, AND AVOID EXPOSITION AND EXPO SIRE. I)"'