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AYER'S CATHARTIC PILLS
Are the most perfect purgative we are able to produce and, as we think, has ever yet been made by .anybody, i neirenecis nave aoun 'dantly shown to the community how much they excel the other medicines now in use. They are safe and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure. Their penetrating proprieties stimulate the vital activities of the body, remove the obstructions of its organs, pnrify the oiooa ana expel disease. They purge out the foul humors which breed and grow distemper, stimulate sluggish or disordered organs into their natural action, and impart tone and strength to the whole system. Not only do tuey cure tne every clay complaints of everybody but formidable and dangerous diseases. While they produce powerful effects, they are at the same time, in diminished doses, the safest and best physic that can be employed for children. Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take; and, being purely vegetable, are entirely harm less. Cures have been made that would surpass belief, were they not substantiated by men of such exalted charactei.as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent clergymen and phys icians certify to the public the reliability of our Prepartions contribute immensely to the relief 01 our amicteu ieuow-men. The Agents below named are pleased to fur nish gratis our American Almanac, containing directions for the use of these medicines and cer tificates of their cures of the following com plaints: Cositiveness, Bilious Complaints.Rheumatism, Dropsy, Heartburn, Headache arising from foul stomach, Nasea, Indigestion, Morbid Inrctionof tne tsoweis ana fain arising therefrom, Flatulen cy, Loss of Appetite, all Diseases which require an evacuant medicine. They also, by purifying the blood and stimulating the system, cure many complain s which it would uot be supposed they could reach, such as Deafness, Partial Blindness, Neuralgia and Nervous Irritability. Derange ments of the Liver and Kidneys, Gout, and other Kinureu uisoruers arixiug rrom a low state ot tue body, or obstruction of its functions. D j not be put off by unprincipled dealers with other preparations on which they make more profit. Dem.md Ateh's and take "no other. The sick want the bess aid there is lor them, and they should have it. Prepared by Da. J. C. AYER & Co., Lowell, muss., ana sold by all Druggists and dealers m meuicine everywhere. JOSLY.N He SUNS, Agents, Barton 30w8 Royal Havana Lottery OF CUBA, DRAWN ONCE IN SEVENTEEN DAYS. One I'rize of $100,000 " 50,000 " " 5,000 " " 10,000 Ac, &e. Prizes paid in Gold. Prizes cashed and information given by GEO. UP1IAM. 03 N. Maine St., Providence, K. I, Ell HO US OF YOUTH. A Gentleman who sultered for years from Ner vous Deiiility, Premature Decay, and all the ef fects of youthful indiscretion, will, fur the sake ot suffering humanity, wend tree to ail who need it, the recipe und directions for making ihe simple remedy oy which he was cured. Sufferers wish ing to profit by the advertiser's experience, can do so by addressing, in perfect coutideuce. JOHN B. OGDKN, 42 tcdar St. New York. TO CONSUMPTIVES. The advertiser, having been restored to health in a few weeks by a very simple remedy, alter having suffered for several years with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease Consump tion is anxious to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the prescription used (free ol charge), with the direc tions for preparing and using the same, which they will tind a si re cure forCoNsiMPTioN, As thma, Bronchi n-, Colohs, Colds, and all Throat and Lung Affections. The only object ol the advertiser in sending the Prescription is to benefit tne afflicted, and spread in format ion which he conceives to be lnvaluab.e, and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing, Parties wishing the prescription, free, by return mail, will phase address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, '21 -y Williumshurgh, Kings Co., New York. Among the many known restoratives which nature has supplied to relieve the alllictions ol Immunity, there is no more favorable one lor a certain class of diseases than the "medicinal gum" 01 the Wild Cherry Tree ; but however valuable it is, its power to heal, to soothe, to relieve and to cure, is enhanced ten fold by scientific aud ju dicious combination with other ingredients, in themselves of equal worth. This happy mingl ing exists to a remarkable degree in Dr. W ixtars' llalsam of Wild C'Uerry, whose value in curing Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Croup, Asthma, Pulmonary Affection, and Incipient Consumption is inestim able. Strong Testimony. Case of a Gentleman ovkk 70 Years or Age. So. Lo.ndo.ndkuy, May 12, 1800, Messrs. S. "W. Fowle &. Co., For several years past I have beeu in feeble health, my disease being of a pulmonary nature. For ihe last five or six winters I have been a good deal utllicted with a severe Cuvgh. The last wai ter I was attacked more violently than ever, and for several weeks was confined to my room, some of the tune in a very critical state, so much so that my friends and physicians thought that my days were numbered. At this juncture 1 com menced taking Wistah's Balsam of Will CiiLiiKY, the effect of which was truly wonderful. Alter the thud dose had been taken 1 felt sun thai I was receiviug great relief, and the use of whole bottle cured my con nil and brought me back to a good state ol health, considering my naturally feeble constitution. I intend to con tinue the Balsam, and think it a very valuable preparation. Yours, JOHN WHITCOMB. Prepared by SK HI W. FOWLE & SON. 18 Tie inont s't., Boston and lor sale by Dtuggists generally. ' 33-4 The best known remedy fur St ROH LA in all iN m ini;' ild form-, including Ulcers, Cti.i nrx, Syp'ulit, So Hheum, Ac, &c . i- It. All" dei' iodine l .iter, a ( tire solution of lodim without a solvent, discovered after many years ol scientific research and experiment. Fcr eradicat ing humors Iroin I he ) stem n has no equal. Circulars sent free. J. P. DINSMOKE, Sold by druggists generally. 36 Dey St., N. Y NO GU UC-ALL. But if ou want a medicine ih.U win cure Chrn ic (nut iiitl.iniatory) Rheumatism, iiunips, Sun Throat, Swelling-, Old Sore, Bruises, Toothache, Headache, Insect fitins, Pains in the Buck anil Chest, also internally. Diarrheal. Dysentery, Col ic, Croups and Vomiting, you have it in Dr. To bias' Wonderful Venetian Liniment. It never fails w hen used according to directions. Every drop of it is put up by Dr. Tobias himself, and he has done so for nineteen years. His medicine is know throughout the world. The best physi cians recommend it. Thousands of certificates can be seen at the depot, 56 Courtland. street. No family should be without it in case of croup. Thousands of children are saved by it annually. I'se it when first taken according to directions, and you will never lose a child. Ladies will find it valuable in eradicating pimples and blotches. Only 50 cts. and 1 per bottle. Sold by the drug gists throughout the United States and in Europe Depot 66 Courtlandt street, New York. 33ml AUCTION SALE. NVMbesold at Public Auction at the residence of the subscriber, on the east road from Barton to Iirownington, unless previously disposed of, on Wednesday, Sept. 18th, at 10 o'clock A. M , the following property : 1 good Breeding Mare and Colt, 1 Cow, 7 or 8 tons of Hay. 1 lumber Wagon, 1 single Wagon, 1 Horse Cart, 1 Harness, Buffalo Robes, Farming Tools aud Household Furniture Also 2 Shoats and 1 Sleish. I will also otrcr my Farm at Auction, consist ing of 20 acres of good land. WM. WILLEY. HORACE PIERCE, Auctioneer. Barton, Aug. 21, 18C7 31w3 l'UULIC AUCTION. T1LL be sold at public Auction, unless pre viously disposed of at private sale, on Friday, September 20, at 10 A. M., MY FARM, shaded 1 1-2 miles east on the Charleston road from Brownington v.....i,wHiwnijjui nity six ncres, more or less aibo ai me same tune and place, my Hay, , lirain, Potatoes, Stock, I?..........,. T . . . ' TERMS On all sums over ten dolbir nnro. ed credit tor 90 days. A credit of one vpif win PHILEMON FOSTER Brownington, Aug 21, 1&67 34w4 NO I ICE. lfY wife, JO AN A D. FOSTER, havinz left Jl tny bed and board without just cause or pro vocut ion, this is to forbid all persons harboring or trustMig her on my account as I shall pay no "cms oi ner contracting alter mis aate. PHILEMON FOSTER. Br wimgton.Aug. 21. li7 34w3 ISO'S. felilHti's, Clock's, WebsterV ana M,, a, ieu 's U.iir Re-torers, at the "AttfiiA Dili i STORE. rVu 'V'"""51- Niaht Blooming Cereus a. ' I 117 I' I."T" . . .c n .iiuKi-reiiiti, ai tf.e ilAJlTOA DULG STORE. WOOL OAJIIIVG , AND .' . 7 4 , -CLOTH DRESSING. THOSE who wish to have wool carded are here by informed that I am now prepared to do it immediately, and prople need not Wait for their rolls. I shall also bejeady to dress filoth by the middle of September earlier than usual. T. C. COBB. Barton, Aug. 21, 1867 34 w3 AT J. W. JOKESV BARTON, Yu can always find a choice stock of Teas, Coffee, Spices, Tobacco, Soda, &c, &c. Ladies and Gent's Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Brushes, Wallets, Albums, Buttons, Parasols, Edgings, Braids, Dress Trimmings, Velvet Ribbons, Pins and Needles, Ladies and Gent's Hose, PAPER COLLARS, Shawls, Balmorals, Hioulder Braces, Corsets, Hoop Skirts, Table Linen. Clocks, Shoe Blacking, Blacking Brushes, and a nice lot of Prints and Dress Goods, which will be sold Very Cheap for Cash Down. O" Will the public favor me with a call? I am not going away again. 1 have come to stay this time. ALBANY ACAD MY. T UlE Fall Term of this school will commence on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th, and continue eleven weeks under the direction of MR. FRED OILMAN, Principal. MISS H ATT IE E. CARPENTER, teacher in Music and French. For further particulars inquire of or address the committee. J. F. FERGUSON, ) J. C. RO WELL, S- Prud.Com. N.M. DARLING, Albany, August 20th, 1S67. 34w4 CRAFTSBLTKY ACADEMY. The Fall Term of this Institution will commence TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 3d, And continue eleven weeks. Mr. C. F. STONE, (of Middlebury Coilege.) Preceptor. Miss M. A. NICHOLS, Preceptress. Tuition : Common English, 4 00 Higher " 4 50 Languages, (Latin and Greek,) 5 00 French (extra,) 1 50 Vocal Music, 2 00 It will be the aim of the teachers to render the school interesting aud worthy of patronage. Good Board can be obtained at 63 per week. Also rooms for those wishing to board themselves All bills pavable at the middle of the term. Craftsbury, July 26, 1867. 32-3 Orleans Liberal Institute. The Fall Term will commence WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4th, 1867, And continue eleven weeks, nuder the su pervision of MR. E . W. CLARK, Aided by a full board of Assi.-ta.nts. Mr. Clark is a thorough and energetic instructor. The Assistants are alle and experienced teachers, fully qualified for their respective positions. Young ladies and gentlemen will tind here the best faci.ities to aid in fitting themselves for the duties and re sponsibilities of a practical age. -indents are expected to be present at the morning exercises each day, to be punctual at recitations, observe study hours, take part in the Rhetorical Exercises, and atiejid Church on the Sabbath, unless excused by ihe Principal. Students will find pleasant homes in the fami lies of tho village, as boarders or roomers, and at ihe lowest prices. For assistance in procuring board and rooms enquire ofRev.G.W. Severance Tuition : Primary Branches, 3 2.5 Common English, 3 75 Higher " 4 25 Natural Sciencts, 4 50 Languages, 5 00 Music, with instrument, 10 00 Penmanship, 1 35 Incidentals, 'jo H. McLELLAN, Secretary. lfc 7 32 Glover, Aug. 8, NEWJJUKV SEMINARY AND Female Collegiate 'institute. 8. F. CHESTER, A. M., Principal. Fall Term begins August 21th, 1HG7. Best ot Instruction in every department. Colle giate Course tor young Laities. Special atten tion given to young Men preparing for Col lege. Music by a well known and popular Instructor. Board reduced to &3.00 per week. For Board, Rooms or Circulars address the Principal. N'ewbnrv, Vr., Julv 26rh, 1867. 31 3 STATE iNOHMAL SCHOOL The Fall Term of the State Normal Sch ol at Johnson will begin WEDNESDAY, September 4th, 1867, And continue eleven weens. Examination for admission Tuesday, Sept. 3d. Arrangements have been made for thorough iutruction in either of the courses of study pre scribed for Normal Schools. The building is new and commodious, the apparatus is in good condition aud an excellent library, free to all students, is connected with the Institution. Ev ery effort will be made to render the school worthy of public confidence and patronage. Board from $2.50 to g3.3 per week lights excepted. For further particulars address II. W. Robin son, Sec'y of Trustees, or 32 3 S. H.PEAIIL, A.M.,Principal. COVENl RY ACADiMY. " illr. ran lermot tins institution will com mence on Wednesday, September 4th, and continue eleven weeks. W. B. ORCUTT, Prin cipal, with such competent Assistants as the wants ot the school may demand. TUITION : Primary, $3 00 Common English, 3.50 Higher English. 4.00 Languages, 4.50 Mr. Orcutt has had considerable experience and has acqnired a high reputation as an efficient and successful teacher. 1 he Committee feel that in his hands the furmer high standing of the school will be fully sustained, and take pleasure in recommending it to the public. Board and good .Rooms tor those wishing to board themselves on reasonable terms. For further particulars inquire of E. Dailet, ) vr c J. R. Thrasher, J com 33w3 FARM FOR SALE. 1HE Subscriber offers for sale, the Farm on I which he now resides, situated about six miles from East Hardwick Village, in Goshen Gore, and a Saw Mill within a few rods of it Said Farm contains 120 acres of land, well divid ed into tillage, mowing and pasture land. A good Sugar Orchard with 950 Buckets, n good su ear House with three rans, an oi wntcn are nearly new. The buildinsrs are comprised of House. Wood-house. Barns. Sueas ana out buildings, well finished throughout. There is sort running Water to the house and barns. The farm is one of the most pleasant locations in the vicinity, and is in a rood state of cultivation. Also, One Hundred acres of wild land for sale, near by if wanted. For further particulars In quire of the Subscriber ou the premises. Terms imera. levi Gosheti Gore, August 20th, 1867. 34w5 FARM FOR SALE ! ' I HE Subscriber offers his Farm for sale itu 1 ated on the river road 1 1-2 miles from Bar ron Landing and 3 1-2 miles from Barton Village. Said Farm contaius 160 ACRES OF LAND, suitably divided intotillage, pasture and meadow tanu. A GOOD HOUSE WltU Kltcnen, wuousueu and carriace-hou-e conliined, 3 good Iwrns and other outbidding (under one ol which Ua gran- nc i-cn.ir ou teet ) timm never iaiiniK uiei running to both house and b.ims ; n a cement cistern holding S hh.ls. A olantcd SUGAR OR CHARD of l5u0trenTid a eoixl FKU1T OR CtlARDot 160 grafied trees, consisting of apples, ciiili upi.les, tume cherries and plums, mostly young iiearing tree-t and yielding 40 bushels. ror tuiiuer im.H iiiauon call on the SuOscrilter. Barton, July 3, 18C7--27tf CHAS. P. ELLIS, New - QlbtJ ert'ie e'ment s. DEATH TO" PIN-WOSMS! OR. GOULD'S PIN-WORM SYRUP U the only remedy for these most trouble some and dangerous of all worms that-infest the human system. It is also the most effectual ver mifuge for all other kinds of worms in children. Purely vegetable ; safe and certain. A valuable cathartic, and beneficial to health. Warranted to cure. Price 75 cents. G. C. GOODWIN & CO., Boston, and all Druggists. "Buy Me and I'll do You Good" iTT&e Ir. LANGLEY'S ROOT AND HERB BITTERS for Jaundice, Cositiveness, Liver Complaint, Humors, Indigestion, Dyspep sia, Piles, Dizziness, Headache, Drowsiness, and all Diseases arising from Disordeied Stomach, Torpid Liver and Bad Blood, to which all per sons are subject in Spring and Summer. Sola by GEO. C. GOODWIN $ CO., Boston, and by all ueaiers in Medicines. PAINTS for FARMERS AND OTHERS. THE GRAFTON MINERAL PAINT COMPANY are now manufacturing the Best, Cheapest and most Durable Paint in use ; two coats well put on, mixed with pure Linseed Oil, will last 10 or 15 years; it is of a light brown or beautiful chocolate color, and can be changed to green, lead, stone, olive, drab oi cream, to suit the taste of the confumer. It is valuable for Houses, Barns, Fences, Agricultural Implements, Carriage and Car-makers, Pails and Wooden Ware, Canvass, Metal and Shingle Roofs, (it be ing Fire and Water proot,) bridge, burial Cases, Canal Boats. Ships and Ships' Bottoms. Floor Oil Cloths, (one Menufacturer having used 6000 bbls. tne past year,) ana as a paint tor any pur pose is unsurpassed for body, durability, elastic! ty and adfiesiveness. Price 6 per bbl. of 300 lbs., which will supply a farmer for years to come. Warranted in all cases as above. (Send for a Circular, which gives full particulars None genuine unless branded in a trade mark Grafton lincral Paint. Address DAMEL BIDWELL, Proprietor, 251 Pearl .-t., New York. 24-4 U I DSON Rl V ER IN ST1 T U'l'E. CLAY -KRACK, Columbia Co., N. Y. Board and Tun ion $100 per Term, NO EXTRAS ex cept Music, Special advantages for Ladies under a graduate ot the Cooper Institute, JS. Y. Kign teen Instructors. Military Drill for Gents Lew. is' Gymnastics for Ladies. Term opens Sept. 9th. Address KEV. ALUINZU FLACK., A. AI. STIIMA CURED. Relief guaranteed in x. o minutes, and a permanent cure enected by the use ot "Lph am s AyTHMA Cure." Cases of from ter to twenty years' standing yield at once to its mnue:ice. rnee z. sent post-paid to any address, by S C. I'pham, 25 South Eighth St., r'niladelphia, Pa. Circulars sent tree. Sold by all Druggists. AGENTS wanted, to sell SixNewInven Hons, ot great value to families ; all nav irreat profits. Send 25c. and get 80 pages and sampie gratis. Agents nave made $100,000. Ephriam Brown, Lowell, Mass. DOWJVER Kerosene Oil Co. Uflice, No. 108 Water Street, Boston. TO ('OXMrjItKICM OF OIL. C A U T ION. It having come to our knowledge that many dealers throughout New England, are in the habit of buying small quantities of our Oil, and larger quantities of inferior oils, and using our brand und packages fraudulently in the sale of these inferior oils, we are determined to stop such frauds, and hereby offer a REWARD OF 100 DOLLARS f r information that will lead to the detection and punishment of any party using our name or brand in the sale of any other than our own Oil. The "Downer Kerosene Oil' has been frequently tested and analyzed by Dr. A.A. Hayes, State Assaycr, ami in a communication to us, dated July ", 1SC17. lie says : " The term 'Kerosene' as u-cd by the Downer Oil Com pany, applies to the highest grade ot Oil onlv, which, our trials show, docs not inflame below about 120 degrees r alirevilicit, and carries the as surance of both sat'etv and excellence with it; while the mixed Oils arc not only unsafe, but in causing accidents, destroy confidence in the safe and excellent article for affording light produced by the honest manufacturer." CHAPlABMXFRarn.AHDS, AXU Water Powers for Manufacturing, FOR SALE AT BRICKSBURG. Ocean County, New Jersy, 11 Miles from New Y'ork, on Railroad to Philadelphia. SOIL: Fine Loam, superior for all crops. COUNTRY : Jtlsf rolling er-oii"-!! for bewntv ml 1'ility. Climate Mild and proverbially healthy. Wcr Soft and Pure. No Fever and Ague. -old only to actual settlers, on easy terms. Trice per Acre ijci-l and t'pward. For circulars and maps, address ROBT. CAMPBELL. President, No 153 Broadway, N. Y. V. S. HOLT. Agent. Bricksburg. N. B. Bew are of runners on the cars. MADAM FOY'S CORSET SKiRT SlPPORTER Combines in one garment a per fect fitting Corset, and the most desirable Skirt Supporter ever otteied the public. It places the weight of the skirts upon ihe shoulders instead of the hips ; it improves the form wiih out tight lacing ; gives ease and elegance; is approved and re commended by physicians. Mauuiactured bv D. B. SAUNDERS & CO., 9H Summer St., Boston. The Metropolitan Collar Co.. Make Filly-F.ight varieties of Ladies'aud Gents' Collars and Cuffs. The largest concern for PAPER GOODS in the world. Office, 307 Broadway, New York. K1 EEP COPIES OF ALL YOUR LETTERS in the Penn Letter Hook, by uing the Penn Instantaneous Sympathetic Copying Ink. Let- ers written with this ink copy perfectly in the I'enn Letter Book without the use of copying press or water. Iso one should neglect so im portant a matter as to keep a copy of every bu- mess letter written, especially when the chance f doing so is within the means of all. An ener getic Agent wanted in every county. For sale by ill nrst class stationers, ana at, tue reun Manu facturing Works, Oliice U2 Chestnut St., Phila delphia, Pa. P. O Box 217. WKNTY DOLLARS. Tte Star Shuttle Sewing Machine makes the genuine Lock Stitch alike on both sides. It is as large and as well finished, and will do the same range of work crnal to other first class machints. We will send one complete to any address for 20. Iwentv Dollars shall not tie onr standard prices tor the Star Machine weotter them at this very low price in order to introduce them into every community without delay. Clip this advertise ment out and send it to us with SJrzO, and we will send you a machine by return Express, with a warrantee that we will keep it in order, and make it sew for five years. Good Aaenti Wanted. Ad dress W. G. WILSON & CO., 19 1-2 Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio. KELLEY'S GIFT CONCERT. 500.000 PRESENTS 500,000 TICK ETS Nearly all Sold. KELLEY'S Grand North American Gift Concert will positively take place on SATURDAY, September 21, 1867, at Irving Hall, New Y'ork City. Our sales have ieen immense, our success complete, and the last chance is now offered to secure tickets to which may fie given the magnificent First Gift of S30,' 000 in Cash. or any of the following: second Git 1, in Greenbacks siu.ooo THIRD do do 5.000 FOURTH do do 4,000 FIFTH do do 3,000 SIXTH do do 2,000 TWENTY following Gifts, 1,000 each 20,000 rWENTY next Gifts, SoOO each 10,000 TWENTY" do 100 each 2,000 EIGHT HUNDRED GIFTS, 10 each R (loo i fcA uitts, city L,ots in umcago, ?oweacn o.uou FORTY Gifts, Pianos, igoCO each 20.000 twenty Gitts, Meiodeons, 3100 eacn 3.000 Timtm her with :01.000 in oher eifts. A Gift it-, r i -T" unviiDL'n i ..... i, .- - 71 nnn with every ticket. All who desire tickets should order at once. Tickets $1 each; 5 for $4,50; 10 for $9 ; 20 for S17.50. A list of gifts will be pub lished in Kellcy s Weekly, and sent to all ticket bidders. All tickets sold for Kelley's North American Gift Concert at Wabash Avenue Rink, Chicago, III., and Cooper Institute, N. Y. City, iire good tor this Concert. Addresi, A. A. a.U,Li LEYft CO.. Not691 Broadway, N. Y. AGENTS WAaTEi)! Me i and women to engage in the sale of 3. T. Headley's great work on our Navy, entitled "Far ragut and our Naval Commanders." Very pop ular, selling rapidly, now ready. Also, "The L.ost Cause," a full and complete Southern His tory of the War, patronized by tens of thousands eager to hear the other side. A new and enlarged edition. One agent sold r20 the first week. Ad dress E. B TREAT & CO.; Publishers, No. 6o4 Broadway, New Y'ork. TgeNTS WANTED for the STANDARD .TL Il-LUSTRAIED HIoTjRY of the BIBLE. Cheaper and better adapted to the wants of the people than any other work un the subject. Send lor circulars, with terms, aud a full description ol the woik. N A1IONAL PUBLISHING CO., .HilO'i i 4 'iiitt r' O JPWlHtJelphia, Penn. ; imp J 2T e to (31 ir vt tti " mt nl i Thirteen iYears Ago "; Da. Louis of Providence, R. I., discovered Rem edies with which he has cured hundreds of cases oLParalysis. Fits, and all forms of Nervous Dis- ses.- Send two-stamps tor Pamphlets and Cer tificate. CHUUl. U K M1JN . AJUL, U JUUIA COLLEGE o Instrucction in Mining, Engineering. Met- taiiurgy, Assaying, Analytical cnemistry, etc. ncopens, uctooer . Examination for admission for degree of En gineer of Mines, October 3, For catalogues and requirements for admission, apply to U. Jr . CHAIN via., Dean ot Faculty, iast r orty-nrain st., mew oi&. YOU'RE WANTED! LOOK HERE! Agents both male and female wanted every where to sell the Patent Improved Ink Reseh- voib, (by which from one to two pages can be written witnout repienisnmg witn ink,) ana our rancy ana ury Goods, etc. Can clear from S3 to 10 a day. No capital required. Price 10 cents, wun an advertisement describing an article for sale in our Doixab Pukchasino Aoenct. fTirnnlal.a cant frack I EASTMAM & KENDALL, 65 Hanover St., Boston, Mass. I iHE MAGIC CLEANSING CREAM. A I perfect success. Sold bv Grocers and Drue- gists. Send for circular. Address J. J. PIKE & CO., Chelsea, Mass. Canvassers Wanted. DEAFNESS CURED. The Organic Vi brator fits into the ear, is not perceptible, and enables deaf persons to hear distinctly at church ndat public assemblies. Send particulars to Dr.STILWELL.No. 45 South Cth Street, Wil liamsburg, N. Y , Dr. J. W. Chapman's Cbolera Syrup. Sure cure for Dysentery, Diarrhcea, and all Summer Complaints. Put up by GEO. MOORE, Ureat rails, ri. 11. Sold by Dr. J. O. HOLLIS, 3.5 fcaiem street; J. A. bCKLiilGH : G. C. GOODWIN & CO.; RUST BROS, & BIRD, 43 uanover st. ; n. v a, thkkbek, 160 Han over St.; and Dr. ELI THAYER, cor. Rich mond and Salem Sts., Boston. A Treatise on Deafness, Catairh. Con sumption ana cancer, i neir causes and means of immediate relief and speedy cure, sent free. Send particulars to Dr. STILWELL, No. 40 soutn btn street, w uiiamsourg, 1.. i. A; Household without Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient wituin reach lacks an im portant safeguard of health and life. A tew doses ot this standard remedy for in digestion, constipation and biliousness, re lieve every distressing symptoms and pre vent dangerous consequences. FOR SALE BY THE ENTIRE DRUG TRADE. NOTICE iS hereby given that application will be made to the General Assembly of the State of Ver mont, at its next session, for a Charter for a Railroad from some point on the Vermont and Canada Railroad in the county of Franklin, thence up the Missisco Valley through the coun ties of Franklin and Orleans, to connect with the Connecticut $ Passumpsic Railroad ; and from some point in the town of Berkshiie, thence up Trout river through the counties of Franklin, Lamoille and Caledonia, to connect with the Connecticut & Passumpsic Railroad, or any oth. er Railroad that may be built in Caledonia'coun ty. L. W. MARTIN. Berkshire, Vt., August 20th, 1866. 34w3 " NOTICE. rVTOTICE is hereby given that application will 1 1 be made at the next session of the General Assembly of the State of Vermont, for an act creating a corporation with power to make im provements in and remove obstructions from the Nulhegan River, in the county of Essex, and authorizing said corporation to impose tolls as payment lor tne use ot said river, in running timber and lumber, and tor otheruses. Bloomfieid, August 16th, 1867. 343 NOTICE. z ai us next session, tor tne tormation ot a new town, to embrace the present territory of Gosh en Gore by heelock. 1 wo tiers of lots from the Easterly side of the town of Greensboro, and an amount ot land trom tne Westerly siue ot the town of Wheelock, equal to five titrs of lots or so much thereof as may be thought advisable. August 17th, IS67. 31w4 Q T'A T tZ O F V i; It iI O X T , -r OKLEAN8 DISTRICT, S8. In Probate Court held at lrasbunrh, within and for said district, on the 14th day of August, a. u. iso : An Instrument, purporting to be the last will & testament of HENRY BAKER, late of Glover. in said district, deceased, being presented to the court oy i nomas tsaker, one ot the executors therein named, for Probate: it is ordered by said Court, that all persons concerned therein be notified to appear at a session of said Court to be holden at the Probate office, in Irasburgh.on the 12th day of Sept., A. D. 1867, and show cause, if anv thev mav have, against the Pro bate of said Will : for which purpose, it is further ordered, that u copy of the record of this order be published three weeks successively in the u r leans JiutepenOtnt Standard, a newspaper printed at Barton, in said district previous to said time appointed for hearing. A true copy ot record. Attest, 34w3 E. A. STEWART, Judge. AAROX GAUFIELVS ESTATE. T A T L O F i E It ?l O X T, urieaus District, ss. Iu Trobate Court, held at Irasburgh, in said District, on the 14th day of August, A. D. 1H67 V . D, hittctnore, Administrator ot the estate of AARON GARFIELD, late of Glover, in said District deceased, presents his administration ac- ou ut tor examination and allowance, aud makes application lor a decree of distribution and par tition ot the estate ot said deceased. Whereupon, it is ordered bv said Court, that said account and said application be referred to a session ot said Court to he held at the Probate Office in said Irasourgh on the 11th day of Sept., a. l). iso, , tor hearing and decision thereon : Aud it is further ordered, that notice hereof be riven to all pel sons interested, bv publication of the same three weeks successively in the Orleans independent Standard, a newspaper published at Barton, in said district, previous to said time ap pointed lor hearing that they may appear at said time and place, and show cause, If any they may have why said account should not be al lowed, and such decree made. Bv the Court, Attest, 34w3 " E. A. STEWART. Judge. A true copv of record. Attest, E. A. STEWART, Judge. 'o;vi;hissikei' notice. james a. paddock's estate. PHE SUBSCRIBERS, having been appointed 1 by the Honorable Probate Court for the Dis trict ot Orleans, Commissioners to receive, exam. ine and adjust all claims and demands of a.l per sons, against the estate ot JAMES A. PAD DOCK, late of Craftsbury. in said District. deceased, represented insolvent, and the term of six months trom ihe oth day ol August, 186, be ing allowed by said Court to the creditors of said deceased, to exhibit and prove their respective claims before us: Give notice that we willatterd to the dutiesof our appointment at the dwelling-house of the Widow Mary Paddock in Craftsbury, in said dis trict, on the second Saturday of September and February next, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, on each ot said days. W. J. HASTINGS, irinmrn.r AM ASA P. DUTTON, ,commr Craftsbury, August 19th, A. D. 1867 34w3 COMMIMKIONKK' NOTICE. . If. McCOXNELL'S ESTATE. IHE Subscribers, having been appointed by J the Honorable Probate Court for the District of Orleans, Commissioners to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of II. W. McCONNELI late of Glover, in said District, deceased, represented insolvent, and the term of 6 months from the 22d day ot August, 1867, being allow ed by said Court to the creditors of said deceas ed, to exhibit and prove their respective claims before us : Give notice, that we will attend to the duties of our appointment at the dwelling house of widow Aimira Mcconnell, in Glover, in said District. on the 3d Wednesdays of November and Feb ruary next, at one o'clock in the afternoon, on eaeu oi saiu uays. J a m rs ktm nnn I Comm rs. August 22, 1867. 35w3 ' ABIGAIL SMITH'S ESTATE. STATE OF T E K M O K T , Orleans District, ss. In Probate Court, held at Irasburgh, in said District, on the 22nd day of Aug.. A. D. 1867. Samuel S. Tinkham, Administrator of the es tate of ABIGAIL SMITH, late of Brownington, in o a i , slit..;,. A,.nr.nnA V. ,1 - - 11 OUlu uiouibli UrJLClUCU. UirnrULM 1 1 I MIlIIliniK. 1 tration account for examination and allowance. aFFUUii.iuu wi urawui uustnou - tion and partition of the estate of said deceased. "uucuiiuwueieu uj iu ioun, uai 1 smu uci-uum an 1 hRin nnniirnrinn nf rtaiArrori in a I session of said Court to be held at the Probate Office in said Irasburgh, on the 18th day of Sept.. A. D. 1867, for hear ins; and decision thereon And it is further ordered, that notice hereof be given to all persons interested, by publication of me same tnree weens successively in tne Orleans Independent Standard, a newspaper published at Barton in said District, previons to said time appoiniea mr neanng, that iney may appear at said time and place, and show cause, if anv thev may have, why said account should not be allow ed, and such decree made. By the Court. Attest, 33-3 E. A. STEWART, Judge, KAIL ROAD GROVE, i :' i.! . (Near Bailroad Shops,) : ii LYNDON, VERM ON T . 'PHIS good three minutes walk from the track i is beautifully located for Picnics. Sunday School Celebrations, Mass Meetings, and similar gatherings. Favorable arrangements made for transporta tion. Appiyto - -54w4 . - A. H. PERRY, Snp't. ; 'A CARD FROM THE' t. fJ 1 AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY OF WALTHAM, MASS. This Company beg leave to inform the public that they commenced operations in 1850, and their factory now covers four acres of ground, and has cost more than a million dollars and em ploys over 700 operatives. They produce 75,000 Watches a year, and make and sell not less than one-half of all the watches sold in the United States, t The difference between their manufacture and the European is briefly this j European Watches are made almost entirely by hand, and the result is of necessity a lack of that uniformity, which is indispensable to correct time keeping. Both the eye and the hand of the most skillful opera tive must vary. It is a fact that, except watches of the higher grades, European watches ate the product of the cheapest labor of Switzerland, and me result ib me worimess aucics, xicpiucv wiu so called Patent Levers which soon cost more in attemptdd repairs, than their original price Com mon workmen, boys and women, buy the rough separate parts of these watches from various fac tories, polish and put them together, and take them to the nearest watch merchant who stamps and engraves them with any name or brand that my be ordered. How American Watches are Made. The American Waltham Watch is made by no such uncertain process and by no such incom petent workmen. All the Company's operations, from the reception of the raw materials to the completion of the Watch are carried on under one roof, and under one skillful and competent direction. But the great distinguishing feature of their Watches, is the fact that their several parts are all made by the finest, the most perfect and delicate machinery ever brought to the aid of human Industry. Every one of the more than a hundred parts of every watch is made by a machine that infallibly reproduces every suc ceeding part with the most unfailing accuracy. It is only necessary to make one perfect watch of any particular style and then to adjust thehund red machines necessary to reproduce every part of that watch, and it follows that every succeed ing watch must be like it. The Company respectfully submit their watches on their merits only. They claim to make A Better Article for the Money by their improved mechanical processes than can be made under the old-fashioned handicraft sys tem. They manufacture watches of every grade from a good, low priced, and substantial article in solid silver hunting cases, to the finest chro nometer; and also ladies' watches in plain gold or the finest enameled and jeweled cases ; but the indispensable requisit of ail their watches is that they shall be GOOD TIMEKEEPERS. It should be remembered that, except their single lowest grade named "Home Watch Company Boston," ALL WATCHES made by them Are Fully Warranted, by a special certificate, and this warrantee is good at all times against the Company or its agents. HOl5lsl.S v V PI 1. E l O N , 28m3 12 Broadway, New Y ork. THE UWIUN FAClnu KAlLRUADCu THEIR FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS As an Investment. The rapid progress of the Union Pacific Rai'- road, now budding west from Omaha, Nebraska, and forming, with its western connections, an unbroken line across the continent, attracts at tention to the value of the First Mortgage Bonds which the company new offer to the public. The first question asked by prudent investors is, " Are these bonds secure Next, " Are they a profitable investment?" To reply in brief: 1st. The ei rly completion of the whole great line to the Pacific is as certain as any future bu siness event can be. The government grant ot over twen'y million acres of land and fifty mil lion dollars in its own bonds practically guaran tees it. One fourth of the work is already done. und the track continues to be laid at the rate of two miles a (lav. 2d. The Union Pacific Railroad lxmds are is sued upon w hat promises to be one of the most profitable lines of railroad in the country. For many years it must be the only liue connecting the Atlantic and Pacific ; and being without com petition, it can maintain remunerative rates. 3d. 42-3 miles of this road are finished, and equipped with depots, locomotives, cars, &c.,and two trains are daily running each way. The ma terials for the remaining 92 miles to the eastern base of the Rocky Mouutaius are on hand, and it is tinder contract to be done in September. 4th. The net earnings of the sections already finished are several times greater than the gold in terest upon the First Mortgage Bonds upon such sections, and if not another mile of the road were built, the part already completed would not only pay interest and expenses, but be profitable o the Company. 5th. The Union Pacific Railroad bonds can be issued only as the road progresses, and there fore can never be in the market unless they rep resent a bona fide property. 6th. Their amount is strictly limited by law to a sum equal to what is granted by the U. S. Government, and for which it takes a second lien as its security. This amotin: upon the first 517 miles west from Omaha is onlv a 16,000 per mile. th. The fact that the L . S. Government con siders a second lien upon the road a good invest ment, and that some of the shrewdest railroad builders of the country have already paid in five million dollars upon the stock (which is to them a third lien,) may wed inspire confidence in a fi.st lien. 8th. Although it is not claimed that there can be any better securities than Goternments. there are parties who consider a first mortgage upon such a property as this the very best security in the world, and who sell their Governments to re invest in these bonds thus securing a greater in terest. 9th. As the Union Pacific Railroad bonds are offered for the present at 90 cents on the dollar and accrued interest, they are the cheapest secu rity in the market, being more than 15 per cent, less than U. S. Stocks. 10th. At the current rate of premium on gold, they pay Over Nine Per Cent. Interest. The daily subscriptions are already large, and they will continue to be received in New York by the Continental Nat'l Bank, No. 7 Nassau St., Clark, Dodge & Co., Bankers, 61 Wall St., Jno J. Cisco & Son, Bankers, No. 33 Wall St., and by BANKS AND BANKERS generally throughout the United states, or whom mans and descriptive pamphlets may be obtained. They will also be sent by mail'from the Com pany s Office, No. 20 Nassau Street, New York, on application. Subscribers will select their own Agents in whom thev have confidence, who alone will be responsible to them for the safe delivery of tne Donas. JOHN J. CISCO, Treasurer, 23m3 NEW YORK. MARY P. WOODMAN f A Si inct nnnnaH Knririfr o n rl Riimmpr I 1 K . n m . I orAiil- n- Mil .nAain nvw I Inaoci -i Pimmlnrra i u , -rj -n 1i tti iiOnnetS, Mats, JilDDOnS, XlOWerS, Liacps Ruttnnq Velvets 1 7 1 .' B?? Trimmings, $c, ever opened in this part of tne country. Also a good assortment of Toys and Fancy Goods. O Patterns fitted for all kinds of Dresses and outside garments. Barton, May 10, 186719 - PASSUMPSIC RAILROAD. CAMP MEETING AT Railroad Grove,Lyndon,Sept. 9 to 14 ID" Excursion Tickets will be sold at all sta tions on this road. No redaction of Fare will be made, except to such as purchase Excursion iicKets. : . r, , , 7 A H PERRY, Sup t. St. Johnsbnry, Aug. 12, 1867 34w4 .,t , 1 1 'HE best assortment of Hair Oils, Pomades X Ox Marrow and Toilet Soaps to be found in this section is at the - BARTON DRUG STORE. ; H0USEKEEPIN6 GOODS ! : til PERSONS about to commence housekeeping ...will find at $ iLi.M, U i a I. '4 fl E.& T. FAIRBANKS & COl'S St. Johnsbury, Vt., One of the largest Stocks of the above nam- eu gooua to De touua tn tne State, viz : Ingram, Tapestry, Threeply, Dutch, Venetian, , , : y-V -," - ' r ' & Hemp CARPETS. Rugs, Mats, Feltings, Cocoa and Straw Mattings, Window Shades & Fixtures, 10,000 Rolls of Gold Gilt, S&tin and low priced ROOM PAPERS. Crockery, China and Glass (fare. Some styles of Stone China not usually found in the country. Ivory, Bone and wood handled TABLE CUTLERY. Best quality of Plated Spoons and Forks and castors. Parlor and Hall Lamps, with from one to four Burners for Kerosene. TABLE LINEN, Napkins, Doylas, French & American Quilts, Pillow Case Cotton & Linen, 6-4, 8-4, and 10-4 Bleached and Un bleached Sheeting. LINEN SHEETING, With a great variety of articles in the above line not mentioned. Those in want are invited to examine our stock and prices. St. Johnsbury Vt., Feb. 20, 1867. 9-mlO THE AMERICAN COOKING STOVE ! After twenty years experience in the manufac- ure of stoves, we became convinced, some six years since, that a vast .amount of money was being expended by the people of this country, in buying cheap and almost worthless stoves, a large portion of which was wasted ; and that true economy consisted in buying the best stoves that could be made, notwithstanding the price was higher. With this view we proceeded to con struct the American Cooking Stove, and Spared no pains or expense to make it the best and most perfect stove that could be made. And we have experimented with it, and carefull watched its operation for the last six years, and when an im provement suggested itself, we have at once adopted it, and we have several of these improve ments secured by letters patent. In this manner, we do not hesitate to say, we have brought it to a higher state of perfection than has heretofore been attained in cooking stoves. The recent im provements in this stove has added largely to its convenience and effectiveness. In all the varie ties of stoves we manufacture, we study useful ness, durability, convenience and economy in operation, rather than cheapness in price, and in so doing w e are sijtisfied we stndy the interest of those purchasing our stoves. SHEAR, PACKARD & CO., Albany, N.Y For Sale by H. 0. Whitcher, Barton. II. O. AVH1TCIIEK, Dealer in HAYIiXG TOOLS ! PLOWS, RAKES, FORKS. HOES, CULTIVATORS, HAY CUTTERS. CHURNS, TLX WARE, tc, tc. etc. STOVES ! Of every description. Also WOODEN WARE, BROOMS, CLOTHES WRINGERS, HOOP SKIRTS, CORSETS, &C, &C. All Kinds of Barter and Pro duce taken in Exchange for Goods. Barlon, June 27, 1867. 26 RE-OPENED. J. W. JONES Has returned to Barton again and has re-opened his Store, where he will be happy to see his friends and to sell them goods. His assortment is not large ; nei ther are his prices, which are as low as at any other establishment in town. Goods sold at a very SMALL advance from the first cost. Call and see him. 3) Barton. Ang.12, 1867. rf 1TJBE Colors, Gold Leaf, Brushes, Sand Pa X : per and Glaziers Paints, at the BARTON DRUG STORE. D OWNER'S Kerosene Oil, at the ' a BARTON DRUG STORE. LEATHER always kept on hand by 1 - , - , A. 4 J. L. TWOMBLY. Barton? May 8. - f - New Cures ! Grand Success ! A. 3. CBJlBTKE, M. The Sanatorian WILL VISIT BARTON-LAST FOR THE PRESENT WEDNESDAY and THUESDAY, SEPT. 18 & 19. PERMANENT CURES Will again visit NEWPORT, Thursday and Friday, 29 $30, NORTH TROY, Saturday, 31, (rain or shine,) W CHARLESTON, Sept. 1 and 2, ISLAND POND, (by request,) Sept. 3 and 4 only, TREATING ALL CHRONIC DISEASES Private Rooms at the Hotel. Front rooms, up stairs come right up. The Religious Herald of his city, says : "Dr. Crabtre is a graduate of New York" College, and member of three medical societies." The Hartford Couraut says, in mentioning a severe case of Scrofula Dr. C. cured: "In such cases he is remarkably successful." The Herald of Life, (N.Y) says: "We deem him perfectly reliable." In Vermont every paper but one has treated Dr. C. with courtesy, and called honorable atten tion to his repeated isrts in every town where a paper is published. Dr. Crabtre has the best suit of offices in New England, at 371 Main St., Hartford, Conn., and employs a competent physician, while he gives his own attention only to Chronic Diseases. (CPDiseasestold at Sioht. Examinational. Will visit patients out if necessary. TpDr. C. furnishes his own medicine for one or two months. From '5 to 25, as cases r quire. Xo Mercury. Remember the days. Send word to your friends. See circulars of "G:eat Cures !" also a letter from the Governor oi his State. P. S. Will patients come early ? I can only at tend to you all unless some come early. Sanatorian. Dr. Crabtre's rooms at Little's Hotel have been thronged with patients during this his second visit here. Last month he treated a large number, and we are assured that they have done well, r.s the great increase now indi catef. A Mrs. Perkins whom he took to treat for three or four mouths, returned in one month and declared herself cured. Shehadbeenan invalid six years ; and two (of many) phyisicians had treated her for tumors, &c, without benefit. Dr. Crabtre uses mean to cure diseases, and no rft'i ease ever was really cured without means. " Dr. C. has the best suit of offices in the State." Hartford Post. "A self-made man and has an extensive practice." Christian Secretary. "Why Dox't he stay at home, then ?" Be cause of the thousands in our laud suffering trom Diseases, (which the regular practice do not cure, and which can be cured), crying "Comb Axn Help vs." CATARRH! Scrofula and Tobacco causes it. medicine cures it. Dr. Crabtre's SCROFULA! (From 'Scrof' a hog!) Dr. C. cures the worst I cases. A LADY, Who reads this paper, one week ago had been confined to the house 4 years ! Wore supporter. Now she walks out without one! Those supporters torture ladies never cure! Dr. C. will cure every case of Prolapsus '. The Doctor has met with good success in his practice. I ermont Hecord. He is not a Spiritualist nor a Clairvoyant, yet the astonishment at his discrimination of disease is ottly equaled by his cures. Maclias Jiepubhean. Patients may rely on his skill and best endeav' ors. Christian Secretary. He is a genial and cordial fellow ; also a good physician. Windham Co. Transcript IE mck and Disheartened, give him a Call. Religiour Herald. NEW CURES. Mrs. Wm. Green, of Sutton, applied to Dr. Crabtre June zuth, having every symptom ot Consumption 2d stage. A constant hard cough bad irritated and caused an excessive purulent and sanguineous discharge from the lungs, great debility &c. She evidently could not long live without help. Dr. C's. medicines have restored her. the cough is cured, the lungs well, no night sweats, and she claims she is cured and can do a good day's work. Skeptics better write to her and see if this is true. RHEUMATISM. Mr. Green applied same time having long suf fered with Rheumatism of both limbs and feet. His gratitude for recovery prompted him in a month to offer Dr. C. double ihe price charged tor tne cure. Mrs. Mary Sweat, Dropsy and enlargement of the liver, 10 years diseased, unable to walk any distance or get into a carriage. In 2 months' treatment by Dr. Crabtre is comparatively well. uase aiscnargea August lyin, cured. (Published by Permission.) To the Ladies. After having suffered a long time from fearful and painful diseases incident to Woman, and been subjected to disagreeable and varied treatments at the hands of several of the best (so called) physicians, obliged to wear sup porters, &c I heard of Dr. Crabtre, the Sanato rian. We sent 71 m lies for him. He came and ordered away all artificial supports which I had used two years, and in a few months restored me to wonted health. For two and a half years previons X could not, alone, ret on or off mr clothes, i ide, go np stairs, or do the slightest work. Now I am able to do all these. Let the ladies who read this, and who suffer from disea ses of like nature, seek the aid I did and be re stored. Signed. LAURA PALMER. Woodstock, Oct., 1866. NOT A CURE-ALU No reader, Dr. Crabtre is not a Mcnre-alL" He is obliged to turn away cases daily, which are ueyonu nis comroi lncuraoie. TUMORS OF THE NECK. "Sometime ago we mentioned the case of a yonng girl in Vermont, attended by Dr. Crabtre of this citv. who was suffering from a scrofulous enlargement of the neck, a photograph showing tnat ner neck, was mncn wiaer man ner lace. Under Dr. Crabtre's treatment she has so far re covered that the enlargement hag entirely sub sided, and persons who saw her in this city a day or two ago consider me cure most remarka ble." Courant of July 22, 1865. - - 1 mm i ! NO DECEPTION ! The Mayor of Hartford "Certifies that A. D. Crabtre, M. D., is known to me as a regular practic ing physician of this city, of good rep utation also that he is 'Coroner' and 'Health Officer' of the city." Allyn S. Stillman, Mayor. CANCER. A Successful Operation ! We have seen a Cancer which Dr. Crabtre of this city re cently removed from the tongne of a lady. The end af the tongne was entirely aflected and came off in the operation. The patient it doing well. Hartford Weekly Courant, Jan. 16, 1854. CONSUMPTION. Statement of a highly respectable and influential family : This is to certify that Dr. A. D. Crabtre, of Hartford, Conn , has, during the past year, by the blessing of God, performed a great and re markable cure on our son, Edward Tiffany Beach, 17 years old. In Febrnary he was brought home in a low and feeble state, a council of six physicians having previously decided that he could not live or be helped! He was suffering from Chronic Diarrhoea, bad Cough, raising blood, entire loss of voice for many weeks, exhausting Night Sweats, &c, and his whole appearance indicating the last stage of Consumption. On reaching home, Dr. Crabtre, our family phys ician, was called, who attended him faithfully, and to the surprise of all who saw him, he lived nndbeean to recover. He suffered greatly trom ulcers breaking in his side, und was temporarily deranged. From all these he has fully recovered, becoming well and strong In August be was examined an t received into the tiHvy. In October he wrote us : "I vever was better in my life, nr more fleshy." (See picture.) Gratirude to our Heaven ly Father, and to Dr. C, who, under Him, was instrumental in healing our son, induce.- ns to pub'ish this, hoping others m be benefitted thereby. We have known Dr. Crabtre for five years, and can testify to his skill in treating diseases, some truly tcondet ful cures having come under our ob servation. Edward H. Beach, Lor isa J. Beach. New Britain. Conn., Dec. 14, 1864. The lad is a nephew of E. D. Tiffany, F'sq., president ol First National Bank, Hartford, Ct. Any doubting this can write to the parties abort ST. VITUS DANCE CURED. In the short time of one month. Dr. Crabtre, the Sanatoria, cured my danghterof St. Vitus Dance. Others had tried, but without lienefit. Having no money, I could only give him the child's picture and a widow's messing. Mrs. Ellen Hill. Hanover, N. H. Dec. 21, 1866. FITS! FITS! Cornelius Cables, Plymouth, Conn., cured by Dr. Crabtre, after eight years useless expense on other physicians. Call and see his picture and certificate. A HEART'S OFFERING ! A little girl named Celia St. John, fourteen years of age, called to-day at Dr. Crabtre's rooms at the hotel, and presenting a boquet of May flowers, said : "I have no money to pay you for curing my head of Scrofula, and I thought these flowers might please yon." This was truly the offering of a grateful heart, for she had been sore ly afflicted from birth, the tores covering her entire head. In only four weeks, Dr. Crabtre hsd cured it. Montpelier Papert, May, 1867. PRETTY GOOD! A christian old lady, a little near-sighted from too frequent pinches of Macaboy, seeing the name ot "Sanatorian" in our paper, exclaimed, "Land! if the Good Samaritan ain't coming again ! Now Mr. can be cured of his rhumatiz, and aunt Polly of the idiot-sincreases (idiosyncrasy) as Dr. Hall calls his complaint," and alter getting the family Bible, to read about it, she went out to "tell her neighbors." Xorth Star. From the Orange County Eagle, Vermont.) "A Man of education, who devotes all his en ergies to long-standing complaints, must succeed in them. The Sanatorian is such an one He employ a physician in his office to treat acute, while he devotes his time to Chronic Diseases, in which he excels. His father was a physician liefore him, and he claims he was born a Doctor ! His success is spoken highly of at home and abroad. He has already treated a large number of patients here." From the Vermont Watchman, Montpelier.) "Dr. Crabtre, called 'the Sanatorian,' health giver, was in town yesterday professionally, and will make monthly visits here treating Chronic Diseases, in which he is said to ex. el. He has visited many towns in New Hampshire and Ver mont since 1861, and is well recommended. A letter from the Governor entitles him to confi dence." From the Argus and Patriot, March 28th.) Dr. Crabtre, former Health Officer of Hart ford, Connecticut, and newspapertorially famous as "Sanatorian, etc He has a letter from the Governor ot Connecticut, (which we have seen,) and other high testimonials from well an wn gentlemen, that cannct fail to satisfy the most sceptical that he is worthy of confidence. Tha newspapers of Windsor, Woodstock, and other places speak of him in the wannest terms. Among the DEVILS CAST are tobacco and swine's flesh. OUT! "He is bo Clarivoyant Humbug !" - Says the Woodstock Age. Dr. C. visits families, and brings out a -'first class" people as his patrons which no traveling doctor ever has done. Pnxrle.Dontall comeatonceoh.no ! W. F. BARKER. Agent.