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ISTTJMBEI '47. THE STANDARD. Local News. BARTOX. Examination. Attention is called to notice of public examination of teachers for common schools of tart on, published in another column. XirE Present. John P. Sartle Esq., by the kindnesa of some well to do friend in Xcw York city, is made the happy recipi ent of a splendid gold headed ebony cane. It mut have cost at least $o0. Hack Ajaix. Peter Mclntyrc has left Harton and gone to Newport again, at hia 11 homestead. Queer. We can't com prehend how one after having enjoyed the rreet.s of Ilarton society fur a season, can sillipnl to put up with Newport " shorts." lint lVte ain't proud. Thanksgiving. Rev. Mr. Knox of the McthodM house in this village, preached die sermon on thanksgiving day, and by a ,onipeti-nt jtid.e in such matters it is call ed ;i ,i one abounding in sound good ideas and wi ll expressed. CKAFTSHIKY. Silt. --Albert II. llarriman has sold the hoiur farm to his brother David, and lias .'Dovevl to Kast ( ireensboro. cov i:trv. 1 f ka in i.r.ss. A man in Coventry lately sold an old horse a family beast that had outlived its usefulness, after serving tlieni faithfully fur twenty nine years. What is worse he sold it to an unmerciful man, to t kicked and pounded the remainder of tits days. When the faithful lienst dies may j'f.s soul enter the clayey tenement of its former master, so he can know how it feels to have one. Extra Stock. Among the splendid .-lock bought of Mr. (iriswold at Malvern 3 '"arm in Mom-town, by II. (.'. Cleveland, is bull " Young Hero,'' got by 'Climax" r,:;- " Lady Martha." pot by "Climax" "loo; " Lady Liunchard," by "Climax" VUS; " Lady P.lanche, 2d," by "Climax" "I'm. Cleveland is doing a good thing for the fanners of the state in his enterprise of raising blooded stock, and we hope he may reap for himself a fair reward for the great pains he is taking. Though he has lii-en !uit a few years in the business his herd i--known and highly spoken of iiinong the bet eattK- breeders throughout New K-ighmd. rilAKl.I'.STON. Wr.-T Ciiaim.kstox AfAiT.MY. The term of West Charleston Academy, '.aught by Mr. Grout and Sister. closed last Monday. The premium tor the best schol ar, a picture worth ", drawn by Miss ' J rout, was awarded to Miss L. . Page. The exhibition in the evening was said to be very interesting. It was opened by the "Hal tie of Roanoke" on the organ, by Miss L. I . Page. There were declamations, di alogues and tableaux, interspersed with singing. The instrument was played by .Mi on I.. (). Page, Lilla Carpenter, and J'va Alton. That the exhibition was in teresting may be inferred from the fact that many professing christians were pres ent when there was preaching; the same evening, at the stone church, by Lrothcr Pcekham. unuiv. Acaii:my. -The fall term of Derby Ac-:ii!-iuy closed on Weihie.-day hist, having 1 t en a very prosperous run- under the pres ( nt excellent board of teachers. We are indebted to the principal, leo. II. Illiss, for a copy of its neatly printed catalogue, and which bears the imprint of the Franklin Printing Iv-tabli-diincnt at Newport. The number id' students is 140. The winter term begins Nov. We hope it may not long In-fore the institution may roach its i -rit glories, which we judge it is in a an IVir vt av t do. ( iT:r,Ts. ' eia; ion. of over he Frontier Chorus A-so-one hundred voices, gave f-oine splendid concert at the town had on Miindny and Tuesday cvcninirs, to crowded iiui-(s. Tiny were eiindueted hy Mr. M. H. fuller ho proved himself an excellent mii-icid director. CM.OVF.K. Kmi;i thin. We harn that the tu denN of () dean- I.iScral In-t itiitc are spar i'iir ii pains this fall to make their exhibi tion one rif imii-iial inten-t and merit. Let iiu.ic, therefore, w'ih have an interest in tin- prosperity i.nd gnw,li of t'ne school fail to attend, and thus uive them due en couragement. It takes jilaee Tuesday eve niii:r, Nov. l'.'I, at li o'clock. W'e intend to he there. I'.Al.l.. -Tie. -e who iitteiid'.-d the ball at I'nster's la-t Thursday evening;, had a very lea-ant time. There were about forty couples pre-ent. m rti m it. C'ii:i:i:Tlii. ('. M. I'.ailey writes us tliat he paid sl"oo for the Stuart ph'.ce, in stead of .-,.-,( iii, :,s ,Vl, ,.,, jt .lst week. An i';eh on a mini's 110-1- is considerable, and s 1 is 1 1 mo a ldeil to the price of a farm. Sni.11. .lohn Wiii-ren has sold his Iirew farm to M. A. Carlisle. Priee :-l"0(. TOUCAN. Il 1 1. Pi mi. Joseph (Iray is building; a -tore at the sand bench, and intend.- to have it ready for ust this winter. John 1". Elli ott is now building- an addition to his aw mill for the purpose of putting; in a chip board maehii:-'. SKIYI'OKT. Sui.i-. ( '. 11. Pevnohls has sold out his store and collin business, to Win. II. Hand, and has g;one to Tunbridg;e. Ki:i.i: si:ii. Siine time in July List, s-tiiupsoii it Co. of Newport, had a raft of l"s valued at one thousand dollars, seized by Wm. .Mel iowan, the customs officer at I ieorireville, P. said Met iowan having been informed by parties that said itimp sim ec Co. were attemptiiig to defraud the revenue laws of Canada. After considera ble trouble Stinipson & Co. were permitted to bond the logs, anil the ease was heard on the first and second days of October ult., before J. Johnson, tir-t assistant com missioner of customs at (icorjreville, and Friday last Stinipson ifi. Co. received no tice that their logs were released on pay ment of the export duty only. ;Rc?r Me (biwanhas been to considerable trouble and expense in the matter, all on account of the false information (riven him and the wicked design of some man or men. ril.l. K. C. N'orris has sold lii farm of I Mi acres to J. T. Allen. PUDsi'K.itl.Nii. Twenty lour persons uni ted with the (Jood Tenipbirs lodfre at New port Center during the lastipuirter. NKWARK. Si: IT. Last September Welcome and W. S. Allan! started from their mill in Newark, with a load of lumber for West I'.urke station. They broke their wajron on a piece of a mad in Wcstmore, about a mile below the mill. The road was very muddy, stony and uneven, such iih the Al lards claimed was not suitable for travel. Tlu-y Hin-d West more and the. trial Uwk place before Justice Trull on Tuesday of this week. The town gave judgment for S" and took an appeal to the County Court. So says the Lyndon Union. IOTTOX, P. (J. Tub Way to do It. (Jet. 4th, Osnian Titus had his saw mill carried away by the great freshet, losing about all the property he had, but the peoploin his neighborhood took hold and on Saturday, Nov. Gth, raised a new mill, having an old man of seventy Mr. Oar dner Manuel for boss. The la dies served up a bountiful supper by way of surprise to about 80 ladies and gentle men, and having plenty of large crumbs left. SHEFFIELD. Good Citizen Gone. Richard Jenneas has moved to Weir's Bridge, N. H. He has always lived in Sheffield. SUTTON. Saleh. I). R. Densmore has sold his place in the village to Chas. Hastings. C. Paddleford has sold his farm to J. Dow of Wheelock. TUOY. Lot. C. C. Daggett lost a valuable colt on the 14th, from internal injuries. HiNTixu. Mitchell Hunt of North Trov, with a hound puppy sixteen months old, killed on Saturday, Nov. 13, four fox es. Bought. Alonr.0 Wood of South Troy has bought Rev. J. F. Ferguson's place, for $1600, and has bought Mr. Wood's farm, circular saw mill, clapboard mill, cheese box factory, &c, in Montgomery, for $4500. WA1DEN. Chant; eh. C. A. Kittredge has sold his farm and personal property at auction. The farm went at $1360. Edson Weed has sold the Foster farm to Asa Hall of Wol cott. Mrs. S. Cameron has sold his farm to Myron (Joodenough of Montpelier, for &1000. MARRIED. In Glover, November IS, by Rev. S. K.B. Perkins, Mr. Sylvanus D. Graves, and Miss FranciscaF. Ayer, both of Glover. In Newport, Nov. 17, by Rev. S. V. Stiles, Mr. Barton Poane, of Troy, and Miss Phebe Percy, of Newport. DIED. In Glover, Nov. 6, Mr. Jonathan Ayers, aged 7-5 years. In Charlestown. Mass., Oet. 2S. May L., wife of J. C. Canncy.of Charlestown, and daughter of Leonard and Kmehne G.Cowles, oi Coventry, aged 28 years and C months. In Wheelock, Oct. 21, Jonathan Taylor, esq., ac:d 84 years. In Brattlcboro, at the Lunatic Asylum, Oct. 21, Stephen Patch, jr., of Walden, aged 40 years. In Waldcn, Nov. 9, Mrs. Lucy, wife of Samuel Arasden, uged 42 years. PUBLIC EXAMINATION. The teachers and citizens of Barton are hereby notified that the examination of teachers will be held at the Town Kill in this Village, on Tues day, Nov. 30, at 1 o'clock, P. M. The Superin tendent would like to meet all those intending to teach in town, whether already holding cer tificates or not. W.M. A. ROBINSON Superintendent. MILLINERY! MILLINERY ! ! Just received from Boston a larirc Sto.'k of Millinery Goods, consisting of Hals, Frames, Ilibbous, Flowers, I'eathers, Velvets, Luce, Velvet Ribbon, and small wares ; all of the Latest Styles. Dress Si Clonk Making in the best Style, Also a new SINGER SEWING MACHINE f t S'j, such as the agent asks SOU for. I will sell cheaper than anyone else ever did in this place, and am bound not to no undersold. SA. A. STEARNS. 47tf Brownington, Vt. TWO GOOD FARMS FOR SALE. Now is the time, and here is the place, and I am the man to buy a good firm of. Said farms are situated on theCreekroad.nearEast Albany, where you will find the new Catholic church, school, store, post office, saw mill, starch factory, blacksmith shop, &c. One of 200 acres and one of 70. They are both extra slock and dairy farms, well watered and timbered, and large sugar or chards, and well fenced. Buildings comfortable. 1 will sell the stock and crops it wanted. I have some of the nice Cot-wold sheep, both ewes and bucks, for sale. And the right of most ot the territory ir. Orleans county tor Bailey's Pa tent Butter Tubs, recommended by all butter dealers. Town and individual rights for saie. Send for circular. For further particulars in quire of O, T. STILES, Irasburgh, or of the sub scriber on the premises. MILO B. STILES. East Albany, Aug. 6 lSG'J- 37tf Boston Live Stock Market. BRIGHTON. CAMBRIDGE AND MEDFOED Forthf U'rek ending Wcdiifstiay, Soy,. 17 Iti9. Amount of Stock at .Market. Cattle. Sheep. Shotes. Fat Hogs. Veas. This week, Last week, 1 year ago, 2097 302 2'.73 6453 100 13.742 37.5 H.0',13 2(30 PRICES. 4.5O0 6600 5t00 Bi.hves Extra Sl'2..")0a 13,00) Ter V 100 lbs. on First i)u:il 11.00 a 12,00 ! the tot'l weight Second do 10,00 a 11,00 ol'hide, tallow, Third do 7.00 a 9,u0 J dressed beef. A few sincle pairs, $0,00 a 7.00. Poorest cows, bu::s, &C..S0O.OO a 00.00. WORKING OXEN. Niiiii'iiiiiIk, 100 a 215 Steers and slim oxen, 80 a 100 MILCH COWS. Slim to fair, 40 a 70 Extra, 75 a l'JO Healers and larrow cows, 30 a .50 SHEEP. Fair, Extra, By the head Brighton, Country lots. Lest, Brighton, Country, Sheared, Countrv, lots, Dry, per lb. 3 a 6 0 a 0 SI ,00 a .5,00 10 a S 1-2 a 9 HIDES, per lb. CALF SKINS. per lb. TALLOW. per lb. ( PELTS. 20 a 8 : a 7 I 00 a 1 10 0,75 a 1,00 0,00 a 0,00 SIIOTES. per lb. Y holesalc, per lb. 10 a 11 Retail, " 11 a 14 REMARKS Thar.kpiving week is usually of little account in the history of the Jive stock market. The careful housewife has provided, ere this, for her mince pies, her spare rib, and the inevitable turkey, who then cares fur beef or mutton: Counting all, both creat and finall. and there are 700 cattle at market todav, tocom paro with 1300 last Tuesday and 2100 a' fortnight ai;o. Small as is the number this week, it appear- to tie fully eijual to the demand. Prices remain about the same as last week, though we are inclined to the opinion that the dillerence, if any, is in favor of ihe feller, as it almost uni formly is in markets with a light supply. Boston Wholesale Produce Market. Corrected for the STANDARD every Fri day, by BALLOU, IIIBBAIID & FRYE, Jobbing ami Commission Dealers in BUTTER, CHEESE, FLOUR, LARD, EWIS, BEANS, DRIKI) APPLE, &c, 21 Fanetiil Hall Siiuare, Boston. VERMONT BUTTER. Best Fresh, 1L 40 a 42 Dories, 21 qunlity 38 a 40 Common, 30 a 35 VERMONT ;C1IEESE. Faetory, lb 18 a 10 iood Dairy, 17 a Coinmon Dairy, 14 a 16 FLOUR. St. Louia ami 111. f bbl 8,00 a 10,00 Ohio and Mich. 7,00 a 8,00 Common Extra, i,00 a 0,50 5Ulerti:ip, ,r),00 a 5,50 LARD. Tierces, l lb 18 a 10 Tubs, 19 a 10 EGG.S. Fresh, 'r'Vloz 37 a 38 BEANS. Marrow, f. bu. 2,50 a 2,75 Tea, 3,00 a 3,50 Medium, 2,00 a 2,50 Mixed, 1,7.5 a 2.00 VERMONT AVOOL. Coarse, lb 44 a 45 Medium, 44 a 45 Fine, 43 a 44 Extra, 44 a 45 TOULTRY. Turkeys, fresh killed, 20 a 27 Turkeys, common, ' 20 a 22 Chickens, fresh, 26 a 28 Common, " 20 a 22 Fowls, 15 a 20 Geese, 15 a 18 PORK. Clear, Extra, 'f bbl. 30,00 a 38,00 Mess, 33,00 a 33,50 Fresh Hogs, j lb. 12 a 13 Hams, smoked, 19 a 20 SUNDRIES. Hops, (1800) -jt lb. 18 a 18 Potutoe Starch, 6 a 7 Oats, bu. 70 a 72 ; Corn, Yellow, 1,10 a 1,12 Potatoes. Jackson, per bu. 65 a 70 E. E. KAWSOJT, SEALEB lH CABINET AND METROPOLITAN ORGANS AND ARLINGTON PIANOS. BAHTO.V, TM.M0XT. JALMER'S Springs and Flsherrlllo Axles, a 21 F. B. DAVIS & CO. LOOK I LOOK! ! JUST OPENED THIS DAY AT HALL a new invoice ot iPoplin Alpacas For Q rT cents per yard. Ttelainesat Q cents OO and Standard PRINTS, wnr- 1 O ranted fast colors, for the old price of 12 lJl cents per yard. Also a FULL LINE OF AMEUICAX, ENGLISH, P. LACK and (HL1 MIXED RKPELLAXTS, Ijuirchased since the recent GREAT DECLINE in price in market. November, 13, 1SG0. T T T T T CHOICE TEA AND COFFEE AT HALL & CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE IN IRASKURGEI, Also the largest and best assortment PLUGS and MEDICINES, BOOKS, STATIONERY, ANCY GOODS, to be found in Orleans County. and I- Ot-R Stock or T YS, YANKEE NOTIONS, BLANK, SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, BRUSHES, COMBS, PERFUMERY, SOAPS, &e., is complete. All the PATENT MEDICINES of the day constantly on hand ; also, a full line OF DYE STUFF, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, &.C., whieh we can sell at fair prices. Call and see our Goods before going out of town to buy. Orders by mail promptly filled. Prescriptions carefully compounded. HALL CARPENTER. IraslmrKD, Sept. 30. 40m3 NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE FOR TIIK NEW YORK WEEKLY, The Pi-:orr.rf$ Favoi;1tk Journal. At present there are SIX GKEAT STORIES ' running through its columns; and at least One Story is Begun Every Month. New subscribers are thus sure of having the commencement of a new continued storj-, no matter when they subscribe for the NEW YORK WEEKLY. Each number of the NEW YORK WEEKLY contains Several Beautiful Illustrations, Double the Amount of Reading Matter of any paper of its class, and the Sketches, Short Stories, Poems, etc., are by the ablest writers of America aad Europe. The NEW YORK WEEKLY does not confine its usefulness to nmuscment,but publishes a great quantity of really Instructive Matter, in the most condensed form. The New York Weekly Departments have attained a high reputation from their brev ity, excellence and correctness. The Flcasnnt Paragraphs are made up of the concentrated wit and humor of many minds. The Knowledge Box is confined to useful in formation on all manner of subjects. The News Items give in the fewest words the most notable doings all over the world. The Gossip with Correspondents contains an swers to inquirers upon all imaginable subjects. AN UN RIVALLED LITERARY PAPER NEW YORiTwEEKLY. Each issue contains from Eight to Ten Stories and Sketches, and Half a Dozen Poems, in ad dition to the Six Serial Stories and the Varied Departments. The Terms to Subscribers : One Year single copv - 92 00 " " Foiircopie's($2.50each) - 10 00 " " Eight copies - - - 20 00 Those sending &20 (or a club of eight, all sent atone time, will be entitled to a copy pcti. Getters-up ot clubs can afterward add single copies at 2 50 each. BlKiSJlT & SMITH, Proprietors, No. 5a Fulton Street, N. Y. 44mS RETURNED. LEWIS YOUNG is hnppy to announce to his friends and custom ers that he has returned to BARTON VILLAGE asrain, and opened business at the Old Shop, adjoining the Telegraphy Office, aud next door to Bowler's Marble Shop, where he is ready to make new HARNESSES, or repair old ones . in his usual good style. His motto is NEATNESS, PROMPTITUDE, CASH DOWN FOR WORK. Barton, Nov. 8, 1869. 4stf JUST RECEIVED a new invoice of FLANNELS at HALL & CO'8. GREAT FRESHET The Bailroads are now in Banning Order. The Snbscrilier has enlarged hi Store, been to Market, and hag returned with the largest and most 1C0MPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS ever offered in this Vicinity, among which may be found a line of Ladic.s Winter Cloaks and Basqces; also a full line of Ladie's, Misses' and Childrens' Worsted Good6, NUBIAS, SHAWLS, HOODS, New Style BREAKFAST CAPES, &e. In fact our Stock will be found complete in EVERYTHING. Please to give us a call. We would kindly say to all those that did not PAY US before we went to Market, and also to those who only paid in part, we are compelled by necessity to can on an to P A U P in full, without delay, ns we need the money iiuw, mure man uciure wo weui. K. W. ROWELL. South Albany, Oct. 30, 1SC9. 44w4 Ayer's Sarsaparilla, for rritirYn mi: iii.oi. Thi- reputation thit ft- n'lh'hT nif ili 'ilit (!MiiV, i- iliru'l Iro n itf cur' 4, Ili.ll;v nl' ViliH Jl tiv uuly ii .11 vt'lloii-. Invf b'rrai; r;i-i of Tt'Orttlon tt- l-.l-T. Wl:iT( till" fVW'IU ( oimj'tioi,. lit vt U:en n;rilk(i Hid n:vc( 1))' it. .vrot'::loi- ftili ctioi.s ;tntl cvavalfl t y the htc!"u loiu oiit;tiiiiiu tittn nr. til T".-s. thy vreri inir.fiillv :t -Hi tivn, hive vu rnli-liy rurcd in mrh n3t iiLiitltT in nlmoji I'vcn nv tion of th ro.mtry. that n:lli arcriy r.t;ed to be iiilorirct of iti virti;?i or umm. Srrofu Ion jioit-ori i of tin; most f!otnr tiv rnomies of our r icr. Otit ii. thn uii'm mil uiifclt t'n:int of tho ! mni';n -im iiniitf rl.i't. n-tcuticn, ami invitt- the ;itt:t-k 1 t utt f Mirror f.-it.'J .iinM-, wit hour cxritmcn mpi -ion ot itr- rf mt.iv. A an in. it wnif to bivcil infoi lion tti-outh' lit tin iKly.nmi then, on some fjivor:il orrafion, r.i-:ilh ilcvclop into .n or other of it hi.it - mm oiii . vnUrr on lhi Hiirthcc or .nintr.jr the vim!. In tl htti r, tuber clcp umy fti ldcnly ('foiti in t! Iuij.m ir heart, of turgor fnniii in lh lifr. or ir t-hov its prene by ciuprior- on t'ie hkir , v toul i.lcor ation rn -oino y:rt of Thr l o!y. Ilcnci' tt.' r-. Hion.il uw! of a l otlle .f tni n; irii ad visitble, evpii when ii'"1 r.';vi- mi-toinh itf ihwcrise nnpear. lVr?on attlicii.! Ah th full w inir mm- J?laint p'niTflilv ilr! in iiiritiiitr rei!', ainl, .i im&h. cure, by th ue of thi S 4 HS.t f t Ktl. JjA: tt. Anthmty Fir, Hr or I ryi)tla, Tftter. Salt Mihrut. ilnui, hinu nmt Sitrr JE'vr, rr u, und other eniiiU'Hi- or visible fonn of Srritfulvu t-et-e. At no in Ihe more ronealetl fortn-, ns lfvirjit , Jrofwftf llvnrt .rjif. I iln, J:plt"pjt, Xturnftfin, nrd the various rfr-n.i aVkctK-it of the n un'u. lnr and nervous ?ytein.-. Siphiii or IVitrrrnJ and .If rrti-ir? 7t r are oured hy it, though n lonjr tin e m re quired for Hubduiiiic the-f obtiiiate rnaJ.Kt ebv rnv irericme. But long eontinti'Mi um of tt.i rinnVii'rt will run the eomplainr. Lwovrhait or H hitrn, t trt'itm t'lrtTatiwiM, and l-rnifte Itittnrir, are ori inonlv soon relived and ulnnialelv rured by in purifyiiiar and in ipratii;jr effect. Virute I'iiec tions ftr ewh ea are found in our Alrmcnc, itp plied xrati'. Hhrttmatiatn i:ml Htntt. lun rained by nrcunitiliticn of eTtrreoiM mMter in ttie blood, yield onifklv to it, a. ,i1mi l.icrr Corn plaint. trpithtjt, ('ottfff rfion or ffifm wm'ion of the l.irrr, and aunfhp, heii an? try, a- they orVn do. from tlie rrinkJirc iKifots in th !dKMl. Thi 4KS.4t4 HII.LA is a gnMt re pfnrer for the ureiitfth nnd vior of the nvMem. Those who nre J aniruM rirnt, SUrpUw. nm! troulilol v. nil totji Ap ftrr PtftiMitrt ot I'.nrl, or rnv of fhp snYt-'or4 rymptuinntir of lll..ra, Uml inurixliiim n lirf anil -nni iiirin; rvi-li-nre -f ii rv.'Kii-aiiTa liower upon trial. prep. i am n r Mr. J. V. iIB A CO.. ytmm., l'rnrtiral mnit Analitirat rArm,'.!.. SOLD r.T ALT. HItr(J;iST KVKRVWIIKRR. For sale by WM. JOSLTN & SONS, Birton FOR COLDS, FOR COLDS, t SE WEEKS' MAGIC COMPOUND. USE WEEKS' MAGIC COMPOUND. FOR HOARSENESS, FOR HOARSENESS, USE WEEKS' MAGIC COMPOUND. USE WEEKS' MAGIC COMPOUND. FOR COUGHS FOR COUGHS, USE WEEKS' MAGIC COMPOUND. USE WEEKS' MAGIC COMPOUND. FOR CROUP, FOR CROUP, USE WEEKS' MAGIC COMPOUND. USE WEEKS' MAGIC COMPOUND. FOR SORE THROAT, FOR SORE THROAT, USE WEEKS' MAGIC COMPOUND. USE WEEKS' MAGIC COMPOUND. FOR HOOPING COUOH, FOR HOOPING COUGH, USE WEEKS' MAGIC COMPOUND. USE WEEKS' MAGIC COMPOUND. FOR ALL AFFECTIONS OF THE THROAT AND LUNGS, FOR ALL AFFECTIONS OF THE THROAT AND LUNGS, USE WEEKS' MAGIC COMPOUND. USE WEEKS MAGIC COMPOUND. It has for years been highly esteemed by all who have known its merit, and only requires one trial to commend it to the favor of every one. WM. JOSLYN SONS, Barton, Vt.,reSole Proprietors, to whom all orders should be ad dressed. , Wholesale Agents Geo. C. Goodwin & Co., 38 Hanover Street, Boston, Mass.; BurTPerry, 26 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass. Sold 11 all Dhuggists asd Mf.diciitb Dialers. GET THE BEST AGRICULTURAL PAPER IN AMERICA. THE NEW ENGLAND HOMESTEAD, THE IGREAT DOUBLE SHEET AGRICUL TURAL AND FAMILY WEEKLT. THE EEMAINDEB OF THE YEAR, FREE. HhNKY M. ELI til & LL'.. rllb 8. SPRINGFIELD. MASS. TERMS: To Single Snbucribrrt., in advance, f'i 50 In Clubs of 25, f2O0, and a IreeTopy to the getter-iip of the Club. R) NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCIIBE. THE NEW ENGLAND HOMESTEAD, Published weekly, at SPRINGFIELD, MASS. is -acknowledged to be the most piactical and thereicro the most valiiablt AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL -TO- NEJV ENGLAND FARMERS now published in this country. It contains arti cles written by distinguished Agriculturists who treats of the soil, climate and products o! New England, and in addition, it gives the cream of all the other Journals, so that th farmer is al ways sure ot getting the best. In addition to its regular weekly department. dovoted to general farmine and stock raising, it I contains departments devoted to Fruits and Flowers, Domestic Recipes, The Latest Markets, and The Fireside. The latter embraces choice Poetrv. a imnd Story, and a host of good things for the children, Specimen Copies Sent Free on Re ceipt of Stamp. Remember That it is Published in SPRINGFIELD, MASS. TTETTRY M. BT7RT fr flfl Prn-n'o account and said application be referred to a ses nnim JU. DUJM (Z UU,, nop S sion of said court to be held at the probate office, All who Subscribe for it now will receive the Remainder of the x ear Free. 47m6 Ntro abpcitigtmente. MISSOURI COUNTY BONDS. Pay 9 to 12 per cent on the investment and offer a good and ample security. We have a large list of the various County uonas 01 Mis souri (mostly issued for building railroads and school houses,) to which wc respectfully call the attention of Eastern capitalists. We also have tor sale M. Louist County and City isonds. Information cheerfully furnished by addressinu SAM'L A GAYLORD & CO., Stock and Bond tsroKcrs, bt. Louis, Mo. To the Wobkino Class. We are now pre pared to furnish all classes with constant employ ment at home, the whole of their time or lor their spare moments. Business, new, light and profitable. Persons of either sex easily earn from SOc to . per evening, and a proportional sum by devoting their whole time to the busi ness. Boys and girls earn nearly as much as men. That all who see this notice may send their address, and test the business, we make this unparalclled offer: To such as are not well satisfied, we will send SI, to pay for the trouble ot writing. Full particulars, a valuable sample, which will do to commence work on, and a copy 01 ine People s .Literary companion one ot tne largest and best family newspapers published all sent free by mail. Reader, if you want per manent, profitable work, address E. C. ALLEN & CO. Augusta, Maine. BOOK AGENTS WANTED To canvass for Mrs. Eliet's new Book, iust published in beau'iful style, and sold at a low price. A NEW NATIONAL WORK, Now selling in immense numbers in all sections ot our land, it is fresh, lively and sparkling; splendidly illustrated with elegant Steel Por traits. Every lady will want a copy; gentlemen will want it for them. No family can afford to be without it. Agents, particularly ladies, can do better with this book than with any other ex tant. Great inducements offered, and agents wnntcd in every township in the United States. EXTRA PREMIUMS GIVEN To good energetic men or women, in addition to our regular terms. Send for circulars, with com plete information and terms. Address HAK.I i'OED PUBLISHING CO. Hartford, Conn. rOMEN OF NEW YORK ; City. The sins of everv class of society expos ed. Avoia tne Kailroad to ruin. Mgnals of danger are up. More Moxf.t in it for Live Agents than any other Book. Takes three presses all the time to print fast enough. One acent tooK i(s orders m 10 days. 740 pages, 45 illustrations. Price, S3 50. Asents wanted. Address N. Y. BOOK CO., 145Nassau-st., N. Y. T7REE TO BOOK AGENTS. -L We will send a handsome prospectus of our Jew Illustrated l-aniily in tile, toanv hook act-nt, tree of charge. Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., Boston, Mass. 4 GENTS WANTED For How to Make . the Farm 1'ay. A sure, safe and practi cal cuide to everv farmer. Stock Raiser, Garden cr and iruit Culturist. liy this book yearly profits may be doubled, land increased in value, poor men made rich, and honest laoor rewarded English and German. Everybody buys it. 600 c.l.l ;n o f..iir t..,...wli-.3 ll.iTi.lrnrlj Ji a cinlo township. Asents can find no better work tlur- tile mi! aim -.viiii.il. nil 111 1 j a aiiu biivu si'un ran each make S'100 per irmnth. Sond for cir cular. Address ZEIGLER, McCURDY & CO., Springlicld, Mass. III UNTER'S GUIDE." The REAL "orig- J J inal." 22,000 sold. Tells how to hunt. trap and catch ALL animals from mink to hear. $10 worth tanning secrets. 64 pacrrs, well lKiund. Everv boy needs it. It wul FAl. Money re funded if nut satisfied. Onlv-2-3 cents, post paid. Address HUNTER & CO., Hinsdale, N. H, HOLIDAY JOURNAL FOR 1S70. Containing a Fnirv Storv for Christmas. Play?, Puzzles and Wonders, 16 lursre paues, Il lustrated. J-ent FREE on receintof2 cent stamp for postage. ADAMS & CO., 25 Broomfield-st., Boston. BOOK AGENTS WANTED, TO SELL "OUR NEW WEST," BY SAMIEL BOWLES, The most popular, valuable, and In everv wnv best I3fxk on the tJreat W est ever published. OVER 2-3,000 COPIES SOLD in first six months, and an increasing demand Oaiiv. Agents will find this the most profitable. as well as the easiest book to canvass for extant. The must liberal terms given, and exclusive ter ritory assictied. Send fur onreireuiar, with full information. Address HARTFORD P U 15- LISH1NG CO., Hartford. Conn. SHEK.M A HOrsn, Honton. Fvnnrrly Hancock House, Court Square. Kept on the European Plan. liovms. One Dollar per day for each person. This House now stands among the first Hotels in Boston, havinc been lateiv refuinishcd and put in perfect order. BARNEY HULL. Proprietor. AROMATIC VEGETABLE SOAP. For the delirate skin of Ladies and Children. SULD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. KNIT KNIT KNIT. Ai'"ns wanted evervwl-.ere to sell the AMER ICAN KNITTING MACHINE, the only prac tical Family Knitting Machine ever invented. Price S"2.. Viil knit 2(1.000 stitches per minute. Address AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE CO , Boston, Ma.-s., or St. Louis, Mo. lk?TAR SPANGLED BANNER. 'It still Rare. Ra- K waves, better than ever. Rich cv. Ledeer s.ze. 40 coltimns. it. Humor. Fun, Humbiiffs exposed. Elegant S3 steel plate "Evangeline" gratis to every subscriber. Only ,.) cents tor a whole vear steel plate free. Spec imens G c:s. Address Banner. Hinsdale. N. H. r I IHE MAGIC COMB will change any colored 1 hair or beard to a permanent black or brown. One Comb sent hy mail for 1. For sale by Merchants and Druggists generally. Address Magic Comb Co,, Springfield, Mass. COMMON SENSE! t ! WANTED AGENTS. S250 per month to sell the only Crniiiuc Improved Common Sen-se I'iimily Sew-in? Machine. Price onlv 18. Great inducements to agents. This is the most popu ar Sewing Machine of the day makes the famous "Elastic Lock Stitch" wii! do any kind of work that can be.done on any Machine 100,000 sold and t!ie demand constantly increas ing. Now is the time to take an agency. Send for circulars. i3lleirare of infringers. XI Ad dress SKCOMB CO., Boston, Mass., Pittsburg, ra., or m. l,ouis, mo. QAAncr month paid to agents, V h VV salary or commission, to sell our Patent White Wire Clothes Line. Address Hudson Hirer Wire Works. 75 Wm.. St.. N. Y.. Chicago, Richmond, or Memphis. Ti I i( How I made it in six months. Se- UJt Hi' ere: and sample mailed free, A.J. Fl'LLAM, N. ". C'0 IA DAY .33 new articles for agents. t,,1' Samples tree. H.B.Shaw, , Alfred, Me. VSK your Doctor or Druggist for Sweet Qui nine it equals (bitter Quinine. Manufac tured by STEARNS, FARR & CO., Chemists, New York. 'or Ladies private Cirriilnr of 3 most V useful and indisnpnsflblfl nrf'rlp pvpr in. vented, address Madam DUVAL, P.O. Box 2433, m. 1 . :iy 1 PERFECT MANHOOD. Esays forYonng Men, on the evils of Self-innervation, with certain help for the erring and unfortunate, Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address Howabd Associatiox, Box P, Phila delphia, Pa. DR. OLIN. n Bond Street. N. Y.. treats all private dbenses. Seminal Emissions, Impo tency, &c. Boarding in establishment if desired. Thousands of cases from every State indicate the Doctor s skill. Sealed pamphlet for 2 stamps. WILLIAM IIIB BARD'S ESTATE. . g T A T E OFVERMOXT, w iv 1. r. .-v uioiail r, SB. In Probate Court holdcn at Irasbureh. on the 10th day of November. A. D.. 1869: Lemuel H. Nye, administrator of the estate of WILLIAM I1IBBARD, late of Glover, in said district, deceased, miKes application to said Court, with the consent and approbation in writing of the heirs to said estate, for license to sell all of the real estate of said deceased, in this State, representing that said sale would be ben. eficial to all those interested therein. Whereupon, it is ordered by said Court that said application come under consideration and be heard on the 1st day of December, A. D. 1869, at tne rrooate umce in xrasourgn. And it is further ordered that all persons in terested be notified hereof, by publication of no tice of this application and order thereon, three I weeks successively in the Orleans Independent Standard, printed at Barton, before said time of hearing, tnat they may appear at said time and place, ana utney see cause, object thereto. By tne uourt. Attest, 4Cw3 E. A. STEWART, Judge. JAMES TRACTS ESTATE. gTATE OF VERMONT, v. . . u r. uiainiui, ,9, At a Probate Court held at Irasbureh. in said district, on tne ibtn oay ot .November, A. D. Isaiah A. Wyman, administrator the estate of JAMES 1KACY, late of Brownington, in said district, deceased, presents her adminis tration account for examination and allowance. and makes application for a decree of distribu tion and partition of the estate of said deceased. Whereupon it is ordered by said court that said in saia irasourgn, on tne atn day of December, A. D. 1869, for hearing and decision thereon: And it is further ordered, that notice hereof be given to all persons interested, by publication of the same three weeks successively m the Orleans Independent Standard, a newspaper published at Barton, in said district, previous to said time ap pointed for 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 sucn decree made. By the Court. Attest, 47w3 E. A. STEWART, Judge. lilul' NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS at SKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS at SKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS atSKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS atSKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS atSKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS atSKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS NEW CiOOIKSatf?KINNER& DREW NEW GOODS atSKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS at SKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS atSKINNER fc DREW'S NEW GOODS at SKINNER ft DREW NEW GOODS at SKINNER & DREW NEW GOODS at SKINNER & DREW': NEW 600 DS NEW GOODS athKIXNEK & DREW; NEW GOODS atSKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS atSKINNER & DREW'i NEW GOODS at SKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS at SKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS at SKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS NEW GOODS at SKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS atSKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS at SKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS atSKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS at SKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS at SKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOODS atSKINNER & DREW'S. NEW GOO DS at SKINNER 4 DREW'S FLOUR! FLOUR! A. & J. L. TWOMBLY Have just received a large assortmentof the best Family Flour, which can be had at a small ad vance from cost FOR CASH They have also a good stock of FISH, LARD, BUTTER and TORK. TP 1 O Also a good stock of CORN, SPICES, RAISINS, GROCERIES, &e., fiQ. 1? I o IT .R. i'A splendid lot of TEAS, the very best the market affords. In this branch we defy competition. Call and buy a sample and sec if wc do not tell the truth. We have also a large assortment of HARDWARE, which we are sure will please. Also, Carpenter'i and Joiner's Tools of every description always on hand. o IT It House Trimmings. Paints and Oils. A large lot of Sugar, Maple, White, Loaf and Crushed I. o IT Tl A small lot of Domestic Dry Goods on hand and a splendid stock of Gloves and Mittens. Call and get a barrel of I? Li O Barton, Aug. 2S. 1S69. IT Tfc 35 CHARLES I. TAIL Attorney, Bounty and v Claim Agent, irasourgn, vt. ALEXANDER &. MASON, I C. M. Alexander, late) C J. M. Mason, ) Col. of 2d D. C. Vols. ( 1 late Capt in "j and ex-Post Master of ( C2dD.C.Vols. Washington, D. C. j SOLICITOUS OF AMERICAN & EUROPEAN PATENTS ASD COUNSELORS AT PATENT LAW, (15 years experience as Solicitors of Patents,) 460 Seventh Street, Opposite the Patent Office Papers carefully prepared, and Patents secur. ed without delav. Examination in the PatcntOBicefreeof charge and no individual fee asked in any case, unless a Patent is allowed. Send for Circular of terms, instructions and references. 30 WOOL CARDING. All those having wool which they wish to hare manufactured into rolls, can have it done so at East Hardwick, Vt., on short notice, and in a workmanlike manner. J. T. WILLIAMS. Ea. Hardwick, May 29. 22 LATEST WINTER NOVELTIES. MARY P. WOODMAN, - Barton, Vt, Has just opened an unusually brilliant stock of Desirable Millinery Goods, Complete in every particular. Bonnets, Hats, Ribbons, Laces, Velvets, Silks, Flowers, ev ery style and quality, together with Trim mings, Fancy Goods, Toys, $c, &c, and takes pleasure in present ing to the Ladies of Barton and Vicinity, precisely the same kind of Stock to select from that would be offered them in the most fash ionable Millinery Establishment in Boston, all at lowest possible prices. DO YOU WANT The best CORN SHELLER turned by hand, shells a BUSHEL in from 3 to 5 minutes 912 or a HAND CIDER MILL, man and boy can make a BARREL of CIDER in an evening. $26, or the best SELF FEEDING HAT, STRAW or STALK CUTTER. One person can cut from 1 to 3 bushels a minute, $11 to S18. Or the best Turnip, Carrot and Potato Slicer, cuts a bushel, nice and fine, in less than two minutes, turned by a boy, $13. Splendid Iron Handle Lever HAY or STALK CUTTER, $7. All to be Satisfactory in Use, or no Sale. GRANDY, SKINNER & PARKER, 45ml Barton Landing, Vt. IRASBURGII HOUSE. POUR MILES from CONN. &. PASS. RIVER RAILROAD. L. F. EDGERTON, PROPRIETOR. Conveyance to and from the Station on arrival of all trains. Also a good Livery in connection with the House. 26 W" M JOSLYN & SONS Apothecaries and Wholesale Druggists, Barton, Vt. N. WEBSTER Photographer, 3arton Vt Also Agent for Vermont Mutual Fire Insur ance Company. RH. LITTLE Proprietorof theBarton Ho tel. Barton, Vt. This Honse Is within five rods of the depot. The Stages all stop at this Honse. Also a good Livery in connection with the same. HUBBARD & SON Honse, Sign and Carriage Painters. Barton, Vt. Imitators of Wood and Marble, Paper Hangers, Glazier, Ac, &c. M. HUBBARD. BCBBARD GENUINE EARLY ROSE, And other new Potatoes. BRESEE'S PRO LIFIC, (or No. 2.) Two pounds post paid, 81.00. BRESEE'S KING of the EARLIES (or No. 4) 51.00 per pound. EARLY ROSE, four pounds, post paid, $1 .00 Harrison, Goodrich, Garnet, Chili, Orinos, Cuicos, 4c, from $2.50 to $5.00 per barrel only. 45w3 G. BAXTER, Box 64, Danville, Vt. JE. DWLNELL Dealer in all modern styles of Furniture, Carpets, Room Paper, Cloth Curtains, Fixtures, Tassels and Cord ; also a good assortment of Coffins and Caskets. WM. W. GROUT Attorney and Counsel!, or at Law and Claim Agent, Barton, Vt. Will attend the Court s j n 0 rlean s an d Caledonia Counties. COOLEY & DAUCHEY. AROMATIC Vegetable Soap, Combined with Glycerine, is recommended for the use of Ladies and in the Nursery. 15w4 JJOOK AGENTS WANTED rvn STRUGGLES AND TRlUMi no uf P. T. Barnum. Written by himself. In one large Octavo Vol umenearly 800 pages printed in .ngjifcn ana German. 33 elegant full page .ngrBviiiB. . embraces Forty Year Recollections of his bosy Life, as a Merchant, Manager, Banker, Lecturer, end Showman. o book puoiisnea bu .j. ble to all classes. Every one wants it. average from 50 to 100 subscribers a week. W e offer extra inducements. Illustrated Catalogue and terms to agents sent free. 4ow8 - J. B. BURR & CO., Pub's., Hartford, uonn. 17 REE TO BOOK AGENTS. ,' 1 We will send a handsome prospectus or our New Illustrated Family Bible, to aceut, free ot charge. Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., Boston, Mass. 45w4 JERRY DAVIS' "PAIN-KILI-ER," IS THE MOST POPULAR REMEDY EXTANT. THE Pain Killer is equally applicable and ef ficacious to young or old. THE Paix Killer is both an internal and ex ternal remedy. THE Paix Killer should be used at the first manifestation of Cold or Cough. THE Pain Killer is good for Sprains or Brul ses. Try it. THE Pain Killer cures the Toothache. THE Pais Killer is a favorite with all classes. THE Pain Killer will cure Chilblains. THE Pain Killer will cure Dyspepsia. THE Pain Killer is the Great Family Medi cine of the age. THE Pain Killer will cure Painter's Cholic. THE Pain Killer is good for Scaldsand Burns. THE Pain Killer gives Universal Satisfaction. The PAIN KILLER is almost certain cure for CHOLERA, and has, without doubt, been more successful in curing this terrible disease, than any other known remedy, or even the most Em inent or Skillful Phvsicians. In India, Alnca and China, where this dreadful disease is ever more or less prevalent, the PAIN KILLER is considered, by the natives, as well as by the Eu ropean residents in those climates, a sure rem edy. The Pain Killer is sold by all druggists and dealers in Family Medicines. 45w4 "AROUND THE WORLD." THE NEW YORK OBSERVER, Is now publishing a series of letters from the Rev. Dr. E. D. G. Prime, who i6 making the tour of the world, by way of California, Japan, China, India. Egypt, &c., together with various other correspondence, all t tie JNews, itebgious ana Secular, and a great variety of the best Reading, Original and Selected. Now is the time to secure the oldest and BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER. We make the following liberal offers for XE W SI 'llSCRIliERS. We will send the New York Observer for one year to One New Subscriber and one old for Two SS50 5 00 7 50 700 9 60 9 00 11 50 11 00 12 00 Two " Three " and one old. Three " and one old, Four Four ' and one old, Five Six " And to any larger number at the same rate. Sample Copies Free. Terms, $3 50 per annum, in advance. Send bu Check, Draft, Post Office Order or Registered Letter. SIDNEY E. MORSE. Jr., & CO.. ' 45w3 37 Park Row, N. Y. I was cured of Deafness and Catarrh by a simple remedy, and will send ihe receipt free. 47w4 Mrs. M. C. Leggett, Hobokcn, N. J. VINEGAR. How made in 10 honrs without drags. For circulars, address L. SAGE, Vinegar Works, Cromwell, Conn. 47w8 AGENTS WANTED FOR BEFORE THE the FOOT LIGHTS and behind the SCENES, by Olive Logan. A high toned, rapid selling Book. A complete expose of the show world.- 650 pages ; 60 engravin gs. Prospectus and sam ple free to agents. PARMELEE CO., Phila delphia, or Middletown, Ct. 47w8 W HAT ARE Vi 1 . w u wji-.vt; THEY ARE NOT A VILE FANCY DRINK. COTSWOLD SHEEP For Sale. Bred from the best flocks in the coun try, consisting of Yearling Eucks, Buck Lambs, Breeding Ewes and Ewe Lambs. Terms very favorable. HARLEY M. HALL Est Burke Oct. 25 181,9. 45w4 PAINT SHOP. In "Bowler's Building." next door to Sash, Door and Blind Manufactory, Barton. Vt. Painting, Glazing, Whitewashing, AND P A r E R II A N G I N G, & c . executed and satisfaction guaranteed. 18yl FRED. H. MORSE. Painter. Ci RANDY, SKINNER & PARKER Deal Tf ers in Groceries and General Hardware, Barton Landing, Vt. Agents for Nails, Plows, Stoves, &c, at Wholesale and Retail. OB. RAMSEY Carriage Painting, Barton Vt. Over Ufford's Carriage Shop. OAMUEL STANFORD, At his Old Stand, in Irasbnrgh, offers extra nducements to those wishing to purchase goods n hisline. He gives special attention to the FLOUR TRADE, and guarantees the LowestPrices. He has also fitted up an OYSTER SALOOX, in good style where he waits npon his custom ers in the neatest manner possible, day and night. He invites all of his friends to call and see him Irasbnrgh, Oct. 13,1868. .41 SAW MILL & LAND FOR SALE. The subscriber offers for sale bis Saw Mill and 300 acres of Wild Land, situated about two miles from the village of West Albany. The mill is in good repair, the land is heavily timbered with Spruce, and offers an excellent chance for one wishing to lumber. I wish to sell as my health is so poor I am unable to work as hard as is neo cessary to carry on the business. T. C. CLOUGH. Albany, Oct. 26, 1S69. 44w4 The subscriber being ont of health and unable to carry on his farm, situated in Sheffield, will sell the same at a bargain. The farm consists of Two Hundred Acrs of Land, : well divided into tillage, pasturing and meadow land, a sugar orchard of 900 trees. The farm is well fenced, and watered with living water, run ning to house and barn ; cuts on an average 60 tons of bay, convenient buildings on the farm ana In gooa repair. Lies wnnin rwo mne or Wheelock village and 1 1-2 miles from Sheffield village. TERMS can be made easy for the purchaser, if desired, only a part of the purchase money on delivery of deed will be required. SYLVESTER HALL. Sheffield, August 17, 1869. 33tf FARM FOR SALE. X lid UUUOVI 1 iVl uo" viin f v v V" V (Ml ill JJ longing to the estate of H. R. Fyler, late of Burke. Said farm lies 1-2 mile north of Burke Hollow, containing 250 acres of good land, in a good state ot cultivation ; cut 50 tons of hay last year ; is one of the best of dairy farms ; .80 acres of heavy timbered land, with a good chance for sugaring. Will be sold very cheap, together with the stock, crops and farming tools if desired. A part of the purchase money can remain on mortgage if desired. 42tf JOHN A. FYLER. FARM FOR SALE. Situated in Albany, on the Creek road, ionr miles from Irasbnrgh, within one mile of a store, post office, saw mill, blacksmith shop, meeting hnnsA yA flphnnl. AnfitAinin if IOA Rrrpi -. more of the best of grass land, a young orchard, good wood lot and sugar orchard, a nice lot of timber, cedar, spruce and hemlock, is well wat ered, a never failing stream ot water running to the house and barn, buildings comfortable, cuts from 33 to 40 tons of hay and pasturing accord ingly, the crops and stock wiil.be sold if desired.. Price of Farm - 93000. For further particulars enquire of CHARLES MOXLEY, East Albany, Vt. 35m3 AFFLICTED RESTORED! .... , Ignorance Exposed ! Fallacies Unmasked Highly important to both sexes, married and single, in health and disease! Dr. Larmont'a Paris, London and New York. Medical Adviser, Maraiage Guide and Physician for all. 81st edi tion. Nearly 600 pages, and 100 engravings, up on Gonorrhea, Gleet, Strictures, Syphilis. Sem inal Weakness, Impotence, Inflammation of Bladder, Bright s Disease, se. Elaborate treat ment with recipes and certificates of cures. Price 91. Mailed free. Office 896 Broadway, New York. Direct letters Box 844, New York P. O. PSYCHOMANCY, or SOUL CHARMING. A wonderful book ; it shows how either sex can fascinate any one they wish, instantly. (All possess this power.) It teaches how to get rich. Alchemy, Dr. Dee's and Allen's Caballa, Bind ings. Sorceries, Incantations. Demonology, Mag ic, Mesmerism, Spiritualism, Marriaga Guide, and a thousand other wonders. Sent by mail for 26 cento. Address T. WILLIAM & CO., Pub Ushers, South Serenth-st .Philadelphia, Pa. '