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i ; Crows. "Laying Afiile a!l other --urges, ther U one way in whick I const Jar tlmt crow do he farmer mora injury than all the good they ceo possibly Ao in every ay. That is, in their destroying the young of other bird. It is ire 11 known that the Toung of domestic fowls are taken wherever they come in their wry t then just consiJer how many of the young of harmless and utcful little birds must fail a prey to their rapaci ty, when there is hardly a nook or corner, " tree or bush, but what they scour in search of plunder. lJirds that beat the crow, will not allow " rne to come near their nests. A pair of king-birds have built their nests en an ap ,' pie tree near the house for a number of years, and there are always to or three nests ' of other birds on the same tree, though there are other trees near by, that they might jut " as well build on. Is it not for greater safo- ty that they build there? If a crow comes . within an eighth of a mile of this tree, you liear the warning note of the king-bird, who immediately gives chase and drives turn off. In destroying insects on a farm, I think that turkeys might be kept to much better ilvgntanA tlian rrtw T rind rntllnr lnisA dozen turkeys on my place than a dozen crows; and how different the footing-up sounds, in the fall, of the two investm? nts ; in the one case the music has been all ad dressed to the ear, and pitched to the tune of innumerable "caw, caw, enws!" in the other, the pocket is replenished with the musical jingle of ten or twelve dollars, and a Thanksgiving feast into the bargain. , The flock of crows that return to this part of the state, annually, in the spring, has been elowly decreasing for several years ; I should think that last year they might have Dumbered twelve or fifteen hundred ; the use of strychnine, no doubt, accounts for this decrease in a great measure. I should re- t,.a tn ana.A ninnta.nn..liiinJ..1llk. rF ta j-no lu Biaio iiiii&vj-uiic-uuiiuicuiiia ui m remainder. Can any man benefit the pub lic more by the use of twenty-five cents than by purchasing that worth of strychnine ? Cor. N. . Farmer. Fruit Hints. I have met with decided success in using tobacco Btcms as a preventive for the peach borer. Frequent examinations since early last spring have revealed but one borer. 1 renew the supply of stem as often as I deem advisable, aud find no injury to the roots from them. I have also acted on Miss. Mor ril's hint relative to the application of salt petre,alum, or salt, as special manures for the peach, and with promising results. I sprinkle them on the soil to within a'xiiit a foot of the trunk of the tree. My trees, which were inclined to be sick ly and of puny growth, are now in splendid condition, and this season made very strong, healthy growth, and from summer pruning are sending out strong, thick branches, some Sweeping nearly to the ground, offering complete protection to the trunk from the scorching sun. Last season, I used Gishurst's compound for slugs on my pear and cherry trees. This season I have used, nothing but whale oil soap, which I find quite as effectual and more beneficial to my trees, as it gives a healthy, bright color to the bark, and keeps the leaves fresh-looking and free from spots. I apply it once a week or fortnight, as they may require, and the expense is but little more than that ot common soap, costing here five or six and a quarter cents a pound. Instead of a syringe, I use a "hydropult,' which has great forcing power, and its flexi ble tube renders it far superior to the syr inge in application to the underside of foli age. Horticulturist. Usefciness of Toads in Gardrns. At a recent meeting of the Brooklyn Hor ticultural Society, the subject of toads in gardens was under discussion, when Mr, Burgess, an " an old country gardener of long experience," stated "that thirty years' experience had convinced him that it was the snail, and not the toad, which devoured strawberries and their vines. Most people atttibuled the destruction to toads, but he was certain that they were harmless. In gardens he considered them of much use, and all gardeners should look upon them as their best friends. Mr. Fuller endorsed all that bad been said upon the subject, and he was glad to bear iu He believed the toad a most valuable auxiliary to the gardener. They were worth $500 a piece, as they keep the ground free of insects entirely. Be sides tbey can be domesticated ? This was not generally known, nevertheless it was true. Those in his garden knew him, and would follow bim in oider to get the insects, caterpillars, Sec Their preservation ought to be attended to. Mr. Buigess was of the opinion that there should be a fine for kill ing them." Country Gentleman. Lice oh Cattlk. A safe, sore, simple, and eouuomical way of killing lice on cattle is to take the water in which potatoes have been boiled, rob thoroughly the cattle whicli are afflicted in this way once a week, for two or three weeks, or until the nits are all batched out, and the stock of lice will be among the things that were. The remedy is so simple that some will not believe until they have tried it. It is, nevertheless, sure cure, if faithfully and thoroughly ap plied. Another remedy is an ounce of preven tive good feed, good water, good clean sheds and stables, and lice will not colonize in tbe vicinity. CJ""Tom," mid a girl to ber sweet heart, " joa horn been payine yonr di tresea to me long enough. It is time you made known joor contention, ao a not to keep me in expense any longer." Isusiness in Maxciiesteb, N. II. The Mirror has a lengthy and carefully wi ittcn review of the statu of business.in Manchester, from which we learn that three main corporations there are in full operaton. although the Au'0kcng will stop some of its rpindlus next month, for the reason that the price of manufactured goo Is has not kept pace with the lise of cotton. They will continue to run oni quarter of their spindles until prices become more level, and when the company will not run riok of act ual loss. The Manchester Corporation are running every spindle, and have two hun dred more looms than they had a year since, they manufacture wool, and their prorpects are exceedingly good in the future, The Print Works are undergoing repair", and have been shut off, but will re-commence immediately. The Stark Mills, with the exception of a few looms, were slopped two weeks ago, but a hundred and twenty looms will he started again soon. The Amoskeag Machine Shop is it full force, and the gun factory will be commenced in a few days. In flush times the monthly pay rolls of the corporations named is 9 105,000; at pres ent, or rather by the beginning of July, it will be $70,000. Whebk is Your Bot. We saw him lute in the evening, in the company of very bad boys, and they each had a cigar. And now and then some of iheiu used very pro fane language. As we looked at your son we wondered if you knew where he was, and with whom he associated. Dear friend, do not be so closely confined to your shop, office or ledger, as to neglect that boy. He will bring sorrow into your household, if you do cot bring proper parental restraint to bear upon him, and that very soon. Sab bath and public teachers can help you, but you must do most. Color or the Eyes That the color of the eyks should affect their strength, may seem strange, yet that such is the case needs not at this time of day to be proved ; and tho9e whose ej'es are brown or dark colored, should be informed that they are weaker and more susceptible of injury, from various causes than gray or blue eyes. Light blue eyes are generally the most powerful, the next to those are gray. The lighter the pupil the greater and longer con tinued is the degree of tension the eye can sustain. PIICENIX PICTURE FBUIB MD L00KEV6 Glass Manufactory, Xos. 231 Gnat Twrnly-Third Street, 173 Jfc 173 Urn ! Street Sl Kit Ceaure Street. Established 1838. NEW Y0KK. Est a bushed 1838. This Kptabllahmfent has been In sncctwafttl operation 24 yearn, and U the largest of th kind in the United StU. We have on hand or manufacture to order every (Uiseriution U)OKINQ GLASS, PICTURB ft P0KTRAIT FRAMES. PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PTKR, WALL, OVAL ft MAN TEL GLASSES, CONNECTING COHNICR3, BASE AND BRACK KT TABLES, WITH MARBLE SLABS, TOILET GLAS8KS, &0., fto , &o. Moulding ftr Picture Frames, In lengths suitable tor trans- portstmn, Miner uut. Heriing, Kofwwooil.uak, Zbra, Hints eye, Mahogany, A.e. Our new ManufiM'tory and extensile lactlitiw unable us to furnish any article in our line asifoed as the best, and as cheap as the cheapest. Dealers) are invited ! call npea when they Tblt New York. We claim to be able to supply thein wilh every artfcl in our line which thoy can jtosxibly reuire, at pricus lower than thtty can purchase eUewher.. Ordw by niail attended to with promptness, ro not lull to call when yu imt New York. ILy-umce and Wareroouu. No. vidOentre st.MT1 HORACE V. BlOLKh, AgU THE PERFECT MELODEON. NOTIIKR TRIUMPH! ! AT THE LATH STATIC PATR Bar line ton. ther.RFtot mbudkoh wMamln tkwitnlml the First l'remium for iuritr,vfenneit and puwer of toua and promptnensof touch. IneTery desirable quality neeedmrr for a flnperlnr Indtrr ment the Pertnrt MflodecuU unaurtaased. Of thiiwe hare abundant tentlmnny. Thcaddltlonof the BA?R DAMPER, fhr which we nave rwwjotly obtained lettern patent is one of the greatest lm proTfraenti ewr made on the Mftodron. It in milling with nniTerml approbation and i cniiideredindii-perfinble by ill who have ud it and become rqoaintd with lu beautiful effect Without it it ia alnio impoiwiftle to all an tnatr PIANO FORTES, from the kest makers selected by Prof. B. P.BAKKR of Boa ton, (which is a mlBcient ruarantes of their eieelleBce,) for aale and to rest at manufacturers prices. All Instruments warranted and sent to any part of the country at oor own risk. K3TEY A IIKKKN. Buniuoso, Oct. 19 1859. 3U TUB CLAKEJIOXT MVSlFACTIiRISG CO. Manufacturers of PAPER AND BOOKS. PUBLISHER FBINTKKS A BINDKHS, Whobaeleand ReUtl Dealers la Books and 9tatleoery Aad Purchasers of All Kinds of Paper Stock CLARKMOKT.H.II. -8 Xcw Feed Cutter. TIIK subarriher haelnt pnrehaaed the rljht to mannfae tareand sell In Windlutm reiintv. U7 !lr,i I-,. -' Patent Veed Cutter, would give notice that he is Bow ready to furnish the same. The attention of Farmers and alt who have stork to feed Is invited to this Machine aa the best and cheapest thin for cnttiua; hay, straw or eora-stalks la nsa. It i simple in ar rangement, efficient In execution, aad not liable to set oat of recair. It is sell' feeding, and ran be Jtuaee-i so as to cat Ike feed from one-haU inch to three inches io length. - .. - WM.BTOXB. Bellows Fall , A .gust 1, S80. 11 CHAS. H. ROWE, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, 4 TTKNT PERSONALLY to all wwH, and aw iA tturt Watches left with him ro be Cleaned or pnkj9 1, rtiall be done tboronKhty and earefttlly. usd be ealT whan prowiaed. Alga of toe Arcu, C'Ueater, V i 'i LIMB ! LIME ! LIM C, by the load, or less nwaaUtles. r m, t h'le sni. or retail, by (10j AKMs A WILLSOM. Don't IT'oi-ffot ! TIHTIMMEXSKJTOOKOrTJrll.I SD POCKET VUILAKV, A.VU ULtl, jaat received at BOBBINS'. SI March M, IS60. are peepand K) da all kinds of JOB PMNTIXfl ' " The work Is dne under the swa. ruiteBdene. of owe of the be. Piinters in Vemont. aid re nealnesa of st. at and erutto, is eeruinly not mrpeaeed .1 ane ether place hi this tat. rend is yoisr ankn, and thee shell reeein anasrdute attenrjoa AT Tula otriCK. (irnMH ISeetl. 1TZ BrH HI :DC ii F.FD. 10)0 IWd. Ohie '' Cbret ttsed. oVj Found. Patnee Cloeee Seed. Icr "- . a us a a iLLsoa m.- . .. - T-o a i rT-. y-' -. ' I Jam HIGHWAY SlRYEYOirS BLAM GOOD auyplyof Highway Surveyor's lltanks just pi-tut- ed, and ou baud foe SAM A I' tlllS OtVUIK. Marriage Certificates, iMl ERflYMKN ot h the intnHrtr rmony of J MHrriMu le pvrmru., and Blank ler...!.-.., fur iue on urn orcwrou. tuv m ouauueu njr aH")"1! AT this orncB. MASKS, DEEDS, WRITS, &c. T ORTtlAllE, Warranto, and Quitclaim Deeds, Jutlce's, a A. bounty ctmrl. .114 Aitacniiicut nrita, iiiauu tiurur. Couiplaiute, and buboae-aa, all for Ml. at this office. 1 I t A- IV - M$ a a a a? a a a? a Of National Characters, Mra and Vatra9 PmirioU aad Traifara For CoLUCTOBa, aa mimbkto of the timet, to preeerre for future fxvnvrsi tona. Thti nut-l-catron wu ben at the time of the utortniuf of ron uniur. ana numsn auwuiiy purMitMiauniijcft" uutte turbufout tiutem at the exueuas of tliouund of dollars. Divining the ert-at value of truthful representation of wrb of the prominent on temporary Men and ouwn, in a elieap, eoDTiiteut form, (ana, unlike photographs, tuey ar printed with tmtierlfihable luk, to last Jbr wnturios.) we nave labored aeAioualy and eonacienHouslr to that end. and we an bow able to offer to the collector a list of oyer ONB HUNDRED DIFFERENT PORTRAITS. They are line njrravlnir, add printed on card -board, with a beautiful gray tint. Our imprint underneath each portrait will be a guarantee (br itcorructneaii,b)oa warning against wort'ileaw imitations. Our prices are Single Copies, 10 eta ; Twenty- Copies, 1 ; One Hundred Copies, W; mailed tree to any address. lt7" For sal in all Book. Periodical. Picture and Station ary Stores throughout the Union. i. ruAMtt a publisher, 84 Merchant! Row. Itotton. 620 West-fteveuth St., W ashington, D. 0. EC? Aernts and the Trade are advUcd that this public tion pays tetter than auy other In the market. eenu lor terms aud particulars, with stamp enclcsed. O. J. PRATT & CO. ARE NOW UECEIVING AT JBrattteboro, Ff., IMMENSE STOCKS OF RICH DRY GOODS! embracing the latest noreltks Id DRESS GOODS, PARIS STYLE OAPES & JACKETS, BONNETS, RIBBON'S, EMBROIDERIES, LACES, &c., &c. . J. PRATT a CO. IS Brattfeboro, April 17, 18G3, CO PARTAERSHIP MICE. TIIK underaifroed hare formed a connection In busiuesi under the firm ot CRACIN & VILAS, aad are bow oUt-ring an entire new stock of GROCERIES, CROCKERY AND GLASS Will, and also moat klnita of Conntry F'aoduce, on Tery reaaon able terms, at the Stor? recently oeruptad by the late arm of urnicto It Sbine, In spauiuina; a nuilutnjE. DZT All Mods or Produce received in exchange for goods HJf l'lease call and examine lor yourselres. 8A.HUKI, CIUGIN, 8AM L 8. VILAS. Bellows Jails, Apt. 1, 1864. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC ! REMOVAL! npiIK nndernigntsd, haying withdrawn from the firm of A Cragin at ptone.are known as thenrm of O- & B. Ptone, in Chaas's Block, offer to the public superior artklea of Groceries and Produce! No palm has been pared tn th selection, and at Tery low nrloe. Ooodn exchanged r all kinds of Produce, or cah paid if preferred. v. at m. piuns. Bellows Falls, April 1, 1862. 14 NEW SPRING SDMmTr" GOODS A T SAXTON'S RIVER E. S. SADIN, JR., Has now re id j a eery full Stock of Stylish . SPRING SKIRTS, DRESS GOODS MILLINERY, AND WHITS GOODS, CLOAKIXOS, PARASOLS, SUN TJMRRFJLLAS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, TRIMMINGS KID CLOTH MENS AND BOYS' and Furnishing Goods, ia great abundance. HATS, CAPS GROCERIES, HtRDlVAKE, P ARMING TOOLS, PISH, SALT, GRASS AND GARDRN BKKHS, PainU, Oil, Tarnish and Brushea, and arjaVTsaa sjoiaoaa axHSBLA.SsiL'S'e rT I have bousrht these goods the past week in Boston at panic prices, and trey are to he ald. 1 fall and examine my goods and prices, and yowwiU b. satisfied ttut goods are very nmch lower. eery Trulr Yours, U JS. S. fcABIN, J a. EVERYBODY, 1D EVEYCODY S FRIENDS, . HUH LRS, lur tbe; are niperwe. A choic seanv Ihotogrnpli Albums t alo- COPTINO dnne the Vest, and email cheap wmk . evver muss uie uawas--ajw.ys .head dies ad lieotleaMB, Celt aad see! Kmbm Orrrtbe Sawissa;. Baaik, SPriaatolsl, J. D- rowcKS. THE GREAT CAI SE OT IIU3IATV Jnst pabtisned In a teaJed bTetopw Irtee 8 eta. ietre oy vr. vnlrerwell. oa the raws, and ewre of Apermatorrhosa, Cnnsetmptkia, Mentel am4 Phrsleal Ilehilitf. NerenasoMS, Rpiiepey. Impehed Nntntiea of the -'- ii-t'wrr, no.iM.nt roe ijoihi and the Bark. In- rpnsinon. at loraperity awftndy aad labor: Palhma of H ' '"swai, usoi sirsB't ; a remna . Society ; Lose . i i mi . ; rtii-iiyiTw. ; inannaa: Headsehe ; AnWttnntef the B.ea ; Pimples oa the Fare. Ineohmtary mww. ana reiaai ineapartty ; the Osnaiaeasaa af .w.iiT.i intneeresma. ce ae. 17- This admirable Lertare etearry proem that the aknee e"osere(-l. oRen srir-afflH-teel eeia. as. h. rem.md with eat eHtnw and witheat anwraa tssriral eteaMoas. ssl shewid be rnsd by evary .oath .ad eevry maa m the load. rat nnarr seal, to aae address, ha a plain seated eaeeteae. a the rwipt of six eea ee two potafe etamns. ay ad. t HAS. J C KUMt A CO- -l7 IK aVrweryKew tort, O. aVx, 4J AND F. C. EDWARDS, BOOK BINDER, KiricTtiii e BLANK BOOKS, ARB tllill l LETTER PAPER, NOTE PAPER, BILL PAPKB, IfOOLSCAP PAPKR, KNVKWI'USi BTKKI. PKXS, 1VOKY TIPPED PKNUILS, COMMON PKNOILS, LKIHIKIIS, JOUKNALS, DL0TTKH8, QL'AUTOS, HKMOHANDUMS PASS BOOKS, MANILLA WRAl'l'INa PAl'KR, HAL MANILLA WKAPPINO PAPER, RAO WRAPPING PAKEK, STRAW WRAPPING PAPER, MaiiilDu! Old Book, rebound t ihort uotk. ONB DOOft NORTII OP Till AMKKICAN UOU8E, BRATTLEBORO, VT. 1 MME. DEMOREST'S QUARTERLY MIRROR OF FASHIONS, 'IIITIT ffreat Improvements and additiens. The Summer 1 f niiniber contains Four Large and Splendid Fashion Plates, Three Fuli-iaed Pattterns of Driwee,aootprLtiug the new French Waist, an Kkyunt Sleeve, and a Muwa Sack, aud a sheet of new aud beautiful Braid and EMBROIDERINU PATTERNS. Togvtlier weth nearly 100 Rnravitijra of all the novelties tor Summer Bonnets, Uluakd, Trimmniir, Children's Uretwes, &c.,and valuable; infiruiatiim to Milliners, Dress Makers, Mothers, and Ladle generally, presenting the largest and best Fashion Magiulne in the World, published 7a Broad way, and sold everywhere for 25 ots , or sent by mail pout free, on receipt of the amount, in sumps or silver. Yearly CI, with tit (01 lowing valuable premium.. Kaeh yearly aubscriber will be I'utitiwi to a receipt for the selection of 60 ots. worth of plain patterns, from the de signs in the book, or from the show room, or ihej way be ordered and sent by mail any time during tit year, by pay- tng tlie postage. 6l'LiiNLU INUUCKMKNTt 10 CAN VAS.SKKS. ASSKH3. SU3IMKR NUMBER NOW AEAPT. 18 Iullic Ho vise To Tet! THE ISLAND H0USK, at Bellow Falls, Vt., thoroughly furnished, ready for Rummer businesa, is to be routed. Poowasioo frieea the first of May if desired, for paxtkulars Inquire oi tue owners. Hollows Vails, April 17, 1S63. 16 Paper Hangings ! 1 Antife EOLHSEW PAPER 1U l.VUS Just receired from the New York factories. ii KA E . SH'llX Bailows tails, March 30, 1361. i) isso ii i j rn o tv . m HE Brm of E. H . COOK k CO. Is this day dlwotTrd, M. Joy mutual ooiueos. kham ls m, .-vusv, 110UAUK A PKItKY Westminster, April 1. 13C2. 16-1 LOOK HERE! VLL perponn havinjr unsettled account with ns, are ra spectfulir miuwited to call and aeuie br the flrnt or Jan uarT.lSa. (62j UHAT dVVIFT. 1 O O 15 1 1 si . CDOIfE ST. LOOS FLOUR ! FROM NEW WHEAT ! Just receired, and for sale by 60 ARMS k WILLSON. RMS fc WILLSOJT ARI NOW RECEIVING, from Boston aad New York, a um Muartnmii ... b- Iih and American Pleaseo. and look our Stock oeer. W will . that prices, "like perfectly satisfactory. You will flna nail assortment of Bird Seeds, and Rattle Fish Bob, at ARMS A WILLSON 8 Kerosene Oil! only o o Ct! CONSTANTLY on hand and for mle. the bee of DownerV Keroeena OIL This we believe. U ark now Ih uti on all stdM to b the beat oil now In itut for laoipi; giving a clear and brilliant light. rts. tr gallon. ARMS ftv W1LUSOX. Utliowi vatu, Uct. JJU, IWl 43 Just Recoiycd. NEW LOT OF AND Which we will aait lower than erer, under the s!gn of big WATCH AND SPOON. CHAS. A. 18C1. TKIPP. 26 BiurrLiBoao, Jrjl 27 GREAT CONFLAGRATION! ! After baring been ererely 'triro.' eren by 'Fire,' the CHEST ER DRUGSTORE stHl surriTe, and has come oat Minut bow be found a small distance eu Town, aad opposite the COaiiaEOATIONAli CHXJBCH, And in the Store Is Doctor Moore, who Intends to keep eonsUntly on hand and aale at the loifsjr cash mics. a general asaortsaeD of Pure Drngs & Medicines, Chmneal, Prrftrm'Ty, Cimfkrtimntmt, Nuts and F, fVr Sj"", 'nmphn Hwii Fluid, hrrtnirnt Oti, Dye Stuff P'Uent Mttfirin, 2Vw-v.., Suporttn mud Shvuldtt Brace. Dr. Moore will be nsnally fhond at home, and en to prescribe for the afWprted who may please o give hie. a call ' "o uhw i.ie-f-rnj.vj.sHPi ctvreiHt.j uispenseu Oajr or nign v""l masa,. 1U, AOW, jjaj r O T V. S II ! A. lot joet reoelred. and Ibr sale by ARMS a WILLSON. .1500 Il m BUCK WHEAT FLOUR! MADE BY THg 8UAKF.R3. ALSO, Stixartrs Het Hyr-vijtZ awahla fcr Ortddle Cakes, jnstreeetred aad Ibr sah by . . ARMS a WlLl-eOX. Bellows falls, Koy. S, 1851. aj Tnlce Notice! ME5?.,If..C' lOC H ECW. X " PACIFIC 1LTON, MA.NCUlteTaK s.d PAClflO DbLAIINS lbr Notice. Tlit r '"'bee this dor rleen toaiTaoa, K.NAN: ""rin. theeei. ,yWt. ' iei wyT- it nt eanuuaa. axw smmv an ebta-lBsseoauUogafMwB.i.d.te. ' F-7 eDm Falla, Ap-a is, If a. 1,W 5- O ii 1 v .- O Ct s I 1 "err thu, ewr The Keel af K bsm.rfal.lSrt. . i, . . warmwMeafea . " r" a 'em. mj Belt wkat a iTT. laUi Ko Bimi POWERS' INSTITUTE, Bcrnardston, Ilas3. CCRS)lIBI.Eb REl.rod,SritlUtlo blowSoulh Ver wmi J unUtB. , . . , tall Wiutrl nd8rln Trnnlof l!wkMh 1tlB th.liul Wliiiljiiof Aim . NuT..nd lfb.,re"-liiy- Urin'.iid bulllulliiclliJl llutldlnirt, Kilul Awt tun, AKriealtural D(iittiuen,Jmille Club fivl- hllb fuliMitiW,ndUw lcwt Poiulrui BxiirlaillwKll- .r,tmi)DKlUAntfM. L. t. WAIIK, A. M . Prlnrlpull Mr.. B. II. WAKO,Twhro(OrDaiBtllptowBt UiB I I.KAtll MrMintrMII : SKVHRIN SOU.NELL,.NiiU. Bltianuui, TwclKrof Gr- L. o"'KMkRSON,Tolwrof SImt ,IntrmBta k Toeilj n.l nth. Mlla Tl.Mlra. Duilv Leoturei- froui tb. PrlBclpnl Inth. PreprtloB ot 1Wbr.. mud from Oentliuin ot lliich fondue Atlala nivnt. before tli Agricultural llf(Mrtatul. will ueglvrB. littara for Itoolm for 8ir BorlinK or for Hoard uiy bo mm ULI. AHO, Uornardauiu, Ma. Board Im-lu lln &I1 ln.l,IDLal UxiMiiiMift iii rumlHbrd iB Drlratauuuiliaa, and ttbaCuabuiaa lIa!l,uudareareof tba TvKban, at a.HCi par wk. DENTISTU Y I 18G1. 1801. IAR. BLAKE'S appnlntBiaub fat SPRINCFIKI.n If durina tba pmunt mr, ant from tU lotb to tlM oMtb ol tua pjllowlug moaltu. vut I'KHRUAuy. APdtTST. APRIL, OCTOBER, JUNK. BKCKMIIKIl. All work will be axerntrd with the utmoet IdalltT to aer- tlce. i;baririM moderate to all eauaa. TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN, by the una of the Concentrated Sulpharie Krher, prepared Itj biuioeil. Tue onljr reliable aud aula ajfeut IB una. S. M. BLAKE Bellows ralli.Jao. 1861. 4 CARD TO THE PUBLIC. 1 TE TAKE PLKASDRS IN ANNOCVCINO TO OUR NO IT meroua f rirnd and Patroua, thai owinK to our lanra ahd incmutiig trade, (for which wa wih them t accit our sincere thanks,) we nave found it nettiaaary to Increarte our Stock to tlw utuiOdt oapai:Uy that our small Store is eapahl ol etmUialng. And winh to say to the Vublk aud our Pat rons every wlivra, that tbey oan find at THORN'S mi mm, wmm, or Olicmicnl WANTED. ItaTlna; recently male lam pnrehaaea in NEW YORK. of aa eicludr Cash House, w are sura We can Mil a pure aructe oi DRUGS. FOR CASH. Ciuaper than any Drug Hoaw in YermoBl. PhTcdeiana will And a fresher and better assortment Medio. oe including moat oi tbe aure Choiuicals than at tea kept in a eountry shop. Medtclnea to suit all Schools of Practitioners, with Surgical & Dental Instruments, Trusses and Supporters of the moat approved patten, MET ALIO, GLASS AND RUBBER Also tbet Xn.vil!soix Syriiig-e, with Anal and Vaginal pipes, capable of throwing a eonthv nons stream to auy extent. NO PAMILX SHOULD 11 V WITHOUT UN K EUHOPEAN LEECHES, always on hand. Photographer ean be tarnished with 1 m-o OliCHiictxlst, at City Prices. AND SCOTCH ALE, (In original nackagos.) which I import myself, and ran be relied upon as no imitation. I I I I II COMESS & EMPIRE WATER, always on hand, by case or single bottle. Tfte Beit Assorted POTASH, by the Cask or Is any quantity to suit Tobacco and Cigars, of the Choicest Brands. A laree variety of PIPES. Aba a general asaortatent of FAMILY GROCERIES. with TEAS AND COI FKHS that cannot (all to suit. Dealers ean buy of me. any article ot Medicines that an usually kept in country stores, for less than they ean obtain them from the city. Patent Medicines furnished at trade Pos. I. N. THORN Ilrattleboro, March 47, 1860. 30 CHARLES BACKMAN &- CO., DIFOkTaM OP Brandies, Gins, Rums, Wines, &.C., &.C., Sole Importers of C. D. Cognac, Old Holland ana Ueneva Lordtal Gtn. Ss. 83 Fro at St., New lark. The ahore Ann woo Id call the attention of theCnwunlmkwi. ers. Town Aifents, and the Medical yaculty of the State of verraons. to tneir wen seiectea stoca of Imported wine, and Liquors, which are oftered on reasons bis and aatismctory terms. Gcnever Conlitil Asa Gin la hiahly neomtnended br Phraleians tnr its Me. dirinal nperties. It being made from pore Karler Malt. Our other bottled Liquors, vis : BRANDY, BOURBON WHISKEY, RUM (fc, 4c, ' Are put np with the greatest ean as regards their parity ana Medicinal qualities, and are ao recommendeu by the - .... j . W. .re nermltted unbti the r..iinwlnn iWimUmw. Town Agente, and Physicians of the State of Vermont, and publish the an neaed results of Chemical Analysis, made by eminent Chemists, aa an evidence tliat Bone but the oorest and most desirable articles in our line nil be offered lor sale to our eustotners. REFERENCES. S. TC. THATER, M. D-, Dean of the Medical Faealty la the University of Vermont. W. ALPK.NTKIt, Professor, Ac., tat the Vermont TJniTor- J. 8. PIKRCB. U CHITTENDKN, Agents, Burlington. ANSON IIAUUKK, Agen Br.ttl.boro. ' CERTIFICATES. BvaujuroK, Vt., March 7, 1881, To Messrs. CmiS. Btouui A Co., H. T. Gmtlemtn : H .rail oorseleM r this .. - in fcrm yon that we hare repeatedly made aa examination of "ii.-.ri.inii.nj Mines, sun whk-.o the (Jhit tenden t nont. Arence at Burlinvn.n. be hmmm -i-i. P1"1 from yoor hones mr the past three years, also aped, mens from other agencies in the out. procured from you. e hare found them invariably of full strentth nd .. Pirm purity and quality, superior in every respect to speei. ' - eewmi nww, sney nave folnlled our expectations and received onr nninalined an- proval nan without besiutkin we confidently recommend them to all vho wirii to supply themselves with Liquors up on which thev ean mI .... 1. i . . . T - " nrsnH. o s are your most obedient servant.. 8ABtist W. TH.raa.Jr., M D. a'ALTCB CAaetjrram, M. D. MrbBUaciv Covuax, Mlddlebnrr Vt, I . . July 16. ISM. J CBAaua A. J. Mann, Ksq., Commissioner. Orantr. Co. Drm Srr.- The examinatioa of the Liquor sent soma am sine, .as well as that recently reoereed. is completed. 1 and the J,(I,rit.n.plr. entirely free from adulterations andlmpnritm, With this abeet I send yon a table of pooofc ae determined by analyaa. and oa eomparisoa with other ilor.rs y.s will nd the strenrth of tbe specimens all that eould be deerred. The Aleobol is evkleatly that called U6 SrbZi'.H'tr" U'" kiKi "" "H" " Pr cent ?.". or?iemn strenjrto. Ibe Rum eonuina more ", " " omiwuTraunplea. Th. Oin the ordinary amour. The H toe 1 regard as a good articl and atroni noagh. Brandy Ko, 1 ytela. Aleobnl M per rent. Brandy No. 2 w gA i. Whiskey No. 1 " 4g a Whiskey Mo. 3 a 43 M aua a e 7q a 6l a a an a Aleonol a a 4. M Win a M SI a Toara eery truly. 11KNKV M. 8EKLET. Mlour.T, Tt , July ,1861. Dr. S. W. Turrm. Jr Hnglon. The sample, were marked Town Aarnev m Ber. Oe- f ore DM ta m Tl" STct-S; .,,oU"4 8ra otSrSapaTl' 'fharle. Bsckmaa A Then, with similar samples from the same k, , . . --rely fr-trroi all .rnoTlr ' pw rv.J,' " .T't- HBNHT M CKKT.BT, 'WtfAm.ir,, M Dep. laiaa-rty nf Ter-nit. Zi?ZZ'Z.'7 - Tcor. Aneney. Bar. urn X'ji.v Up j i pai meat, to aae fftixt, Tt, Haica 12, 163. ' SCOMB. Hailtoflus. Vt. Valley Itiiilroncl. N-OtlK -O" '"' after MONDAY. June , lI'aa. tinger Tnun. -.11 lenv. Bellow. Palls, r . at 7 rsl AM. and I 60 P. M.aud nturulug k. BralUsbo-fOatW.eOA.M.auddSlOl.-. Freight Train leave. Uellows KalU at .10 A. M . anil Brat tl.iH.ro at l.UU P. M. Thetwo paswnger train, over this rout.,oonnct Btiuth .it"tl,.Vt.AM!U...a..d fonneetleut Klv.r Barto. SiirilLlleld. Ilarttord. Kew liaven bum mi-. .,"-.1 - - Kffi. 00 lb. North wtth tU. Kutlaud A Burling,., Sullivan, VI. Ihntral, Vortnont a C.na.U.tnnectleut and Passutntwlc Hirers Kailnads. forming JirreteotuBiunH-.tloB wUh Whlteh.il, Saratoga and H. h,.ert..ly, St. Jnsyr)r aud Whit. Mouutalu., BturllugtoB aud House 1 1 I ei. t, Og densburg and Mouttvai. M. sLOAT, hup t. Juu. 4, lsta. ' VERMONT CGXTRAIs ASO Kl'IsIslVAN HA1I.KOAUS. fUMMKR AKKA.N0KMKNT. Oh aad after Monday, May 20, 188, train, wtlt Ma ti bh '""aAiiit aoi South Ak m-T. Msll train leaves Boo w's Aolut at eJW A. M.. Bt.Alb.ns at 6 A M , BurUngtoa at 7 16 A. al , eounectlng at Whit Hirer Junction with train, her and from VI alia hirer. 8u Jolinsbury. I.lttletoa, . i.i, n. .,., Kellnehl lor Boetoo. Lowell. Worcester, Ae.,eoaueeungat Bellow, fall, wilh Cheshire Railroad for Boston, and with Vermont I aitey naiu.au atr opnuaiere., New Haven, and New York. Niotrr Kirsesa leave. Ognensburgh at WOO M Mon treal 8 81) P. M., House's Poiut at .lt) P.M. an-l arriving in BoetoB at 8.40 A. M., connecting at Bellows rails with Cheshire Ksllro.il t bostou and W orcester, and with Ver mont Vallev Uallruad opiiogtleld, N.w Uavaa and Kew Vork. Trains going North and Wsst Msll train haval Boston at 7.11 A M , via Lowed, uiwrenee, oe ritcuourgn. leave. Bpringneid .t 7 l A. M , Bellow, rslls at 12 'i& P. M eoa nectiug at White River Junction with Northern Railroad from Boston, and with PaMumnsw Ballroad ss and from St. Johasbury and Littletoa ; arriving at Burlington at 460 P. H , andaldt. Alhaaaal J.au r. at. , ana ugueBiourgn as 1.W A. M. Nuurr Kiraasa Tastw leavas Bellow. Falls at15 F. M., reeeiving passengers Iron. Vermont Valley Railroad leaving New Vork at 8 tsl M . and from Cheshire Railroad, leav ing Bostou at 4.110 P. at., eonneeting at White Hirer Jone tioa with irate leaving Boatoa at o 91 P. M , via Lowell, or al 6 00 P. M.,via Lawreara. Leave White River Junctional 1 63 P.M., arriving at Burlington al 6HIA. M, Houses poiurat ' .w A. Bt..arnvo at Montreal at iw.tsi a. m.. ana at Ogilensburgh at 1 40 P. M.. eonneeting with Oraad Trunk Traiua lor Detroit. Chicago, and the West. New and beautiful sleeping ears ar attached to both tbe night express traiua runniug between K use's Point and Bttoa, aud belwsra RtHise.. Poiut and Tn'y. Through tickets lor Chicago aad the Welt for aah) at the principal stations. u aiKtuttLt. supt. Ht. Alb.us, Vt., May 16 183. ti Butland & Burlington Railroad, SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. tt and aft.r Maaday, Jun. It, lgt3, Train. wlU ru as rouowa, 10 wu : hlOVINQ S0UTII AND EAST. Lear. Burlington, .S0, A. M .and 9.30 P. II. Arrive at Rutland, II nU and VI A M. Leave Rutland, 6.26 and 11 a A. M. Arrir. at Bellows Falla, 7.60 A. M., and 1.G0P.M. M0VINO NORTH AND WBST. Leave BellnwsFalla, 12 90 and 9.1ft P.M. Arrive at Ra land .6 and 11 X V. M. LeaveRutta d 4 "0 A. M., 266.nd 4.0f P. M . Arriv. at Bo lingtoa lu Ho A. al., 6 36 and 7.00 P. M. TRAINS CONNECT AS FOLLOWS: At Burlington, wtth Vermont Centralsod VI. a Canada Railroads for Montpelier. HI. Albaus, Rouse's Point, Mon treal. Ogdensburgh and the Weal. At Rutland, with train, for Troy. Albany and New York, earatoga opring., Bcheoae tady and the West. At Bellows Pails with train, oa Chesh ire Railroad for Pltchburg Worcester, Lowell aad Boston With Vermont Valley Railroad for Brattiehoro, itpringneld, Hartford, New Haven and New Vork and with rullivan R. R. tor Windsor, Whit River Junction, Wells River, 81 -Joluos-bury. Barton, Littletoa and th White Mountain. Passenger, tor the West will And this a ehean. Bleaeant and expeditious rout, giving them aa opportunity of going .rvj wmu sihoj , or v oerawge son ocnenecuuly, and thence, by New York Central Railroad, or paaaenger. can proceed via Burlington and Ogdenehurgh, eonneeting at In latter plans with Train oa th Urand Trunk Railway lbr all points West snd South. Oy Th D ili train from Borliogtoa Is mall train' for Baa- am. The 10.20 train from Burlington, and 1.40 (rain from KM land la New York and Montreal Express, The P. H. train from Beliowa Fall eraneeta with train waring Btatoa at 4.UU P. as. For further particular mm Snow. Pathfinder and Rail way uukM. B. A. CUAPIN, Superintendent. RUTLAan, Yt., May 20, lota. 21 Cheshire Railroad. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Ob and afleT MONDAY, MOVING EAST Lear Bellows rails at 8 30 A. M. and 1 R5P. M.t Keen. ) 0 -Y A. es. anus 00 r. as. anqamveat rtb-nhnre at 11 al A SI sua s.iur.si. xuno. st xju ud rair.M.: W at 2.00 and 7.00 P.M. M0VINO WK8T. Leave Boatoa at 7 80 A M. snd 4 00 P. M -. Tltehbarrh at 9.46 a. i snqseir.a. j steene, J 1 of A.M. an.1 8 2o P. n ana airlv. at Bellows rails at 12.21) A. M. and 914P.M.; Windsor 1 A.M. and 10 16 P. M.t Rutland, S.U0 A. M and 11.46P.M.; Burlington. 00 P. M. ZVeuaj Ceaaect as fallow : Un trains at Bellow. Palls with RUTLAND A BtTRtNOTON RAILROAD, for Rutland, Burlington, Montreal, Ogden bargh, Albany, Troy, earatogm Spring. Sobeoectadv and be Weal Ko change of earn between Boatoa and Rutland ny eitner train. Kwre at Rutland, arriving at BnrliugtoB v.uo next morning, ae Also, with 6tl, I.IVAN RAII.RflAn roe WlnA While River Junction, Burlington. Oiclensburg. Montreal. St. Johnsbury, Ae., Wa. VT. CENTRAL, PASSU.WPB10, and .ne.7iv.os m tsnsus HtiAH, Ac. Both train, make mree connection via VT. CENTRAL R. R. for all point. ,11 , Mir- uun tram Qp running direct through to Windsor, W. R. Junction and Burlington, by Bight train over VI, C, B. B., arriving at BurUngton 6 20 next morning, As. Xsswm TVaiar Ceaaert at Fiukhurfk wHh Train, of FHchbargh A Worcester R. R. for Worcester, Norwich, Providence and New York Cllv. And at Orotoo Junction with trains of Worcester B Nash- na a a. lor nasnua and Concord and with Train, of Stony Brook R. K. fcr Lowell, Lawrence Ae. E A. CHAPlN,8op.rtotendspt B. fJrgwsn, Oea. Ticket Agt. Superintendent's OOc, Keene.N. H., M.y 22, "'aJ EVT HAVRN AND WORTMAMPTOX RAILROAD --i-' Onaodatt Monday, J uae 3, 1J1, Trains will run a follow.: Leave Northampton 6.21 a. m , Mall and Passenger Train for New Havre and New York; ll,a. m , Accommodation tor New Haven and Now York ; 40 p. m., Aceommodatiua Train for VVestfleid. Leave New Haven for Northampton, Accommodation at 7.60 a. m.. eonnectina with train on (W Him. a u ... 'he North ; 8 46 p. m., Mali and Passenger, oa arrival of u.io p m. train rrom New York, eonneeting at Waetoeid direct for Alhenv and th West. Leav Westtleld 7,16 p.m. for Northampton on arrival of connections, .t Northampton with Conn. River B. B. ; at WestSeld. Western Railroad ; at Plainvill. rYovMenre. Hart ford and Plshkill R. R. ; at New Haven with New Vork and new itaven K. h. ; New Haven, New Lonihrn and Stonning. ton R. R., and New Haven. Hartford and Sorinefleirf K. B. Tiekeu solj and Baggage eheokad to all principal poiuu Fraight forwarded with aqml dispatch as by Express. tw. ,., , , CUAiS- VBAMAKH.Supt WestOsId, Juds 1, 1801. 24 Important to the Mlicted. DR. DOW ootiHorjes to be consulted at hi office, Nat. and 0 Endioott Street, Boston, 00 all diseases of a PRIVATE OR TIKI H'STB N1TI1BB 3 - v.b .no prwciM-ai experienoe or sn- Bmited extent, Dr. D. baa now the gratincatioa of presenting th unfortunate with remedial that hare never, sine be first introduced them, tailed W curs the most amrming ce- OONOHRIKEA AND BV pill 11a saawmens, ail tne Borror. of venereal and Hnpum blood, Impotenry, Scrofula, Gonorrhoea. Ulcer.' pain and distrsas in the regkma of procreation, lnflsmaooa of the Bladder and Kidne.s. Uydioeel. Ahoesse.. Humors, frightful Swellings, and the king traia of horrible symptoo. attendine thtscuua nf riiMe . 1. ... , leas a. tba simplest ailing, of a child. SEMINAL WCAKNwiu Dr. D. drvotesa great part of hU time to the treatment - , - - -mm raiiwn aaois, wnicn ra in. the bodv end mind, anntth, fK. 1 . . . . al tor business or society . Some of the sad aad melancholv Proo'iceo By early habits of youth, are Weakness of tSThT-.! mdJimJmi ""ainja" of the bead. Dimneal of aght. "'"'"I"-" Nervoasm-a. Derange- Blent nf the dlrMliv .ntu..iA..a ... r . . " A. . , , -..jrwwe wmnoBMifc e. The fearful .fleet, on the mind ar. much to be dread ed ! lorn of memory, confusion nf ideas, depression of spir its, evil mrehodings, avereioa of aoeiety, self-distrust, tiiuid tty, , are among the evils produced. Such persons should brn.rn contemplating matrimony, eonsalt a physk-kus of experience, aad heet mw .l 1 ; . Parienu who wba Sa M ."."'". ""OP""- few iU,.. 1,. .r, V-T.r -"r, "L.r".' "nent a and elmrge. lor bo Wdor"" "iZSij"" CAUTION TO FEMALE!! 1ST DELICATE urn DR. DOW. Physicl.n and enreeon, NaT Endirntt KiJ th "' te. Proiapea. Itori.of miihwnf uZwZLT Flow Albus, SumireaslOB, aad other menstrnalaerT meat..ar..ll treated oa ae. pstholog 7 aerteJn fa the new mode of trmrrimn .l.' . T . " tempuunte vield .STi, .Si,,h? irt. kjtce. in .t-. 1 ,. J " aaia-BM penoa BOOB ra- m Bosroa. J ataer phyaiciaa -a. wtrlU',,,"rt whole atten tin, rlI'?' T. " "' " frie lta-sse. S3 Steam. ' " ""perlnr la the Laitrd ImBm. 11 . .... sws.AAItl P.M. tlf,14-lyj CERTAIN fNiinis in aU eases, or no Charge Made. .Srs x Tzzrzz -trttrd ta-oo. ftZijlTr.T, trpatotioa which ealkt aa- . 14-14-ly 200 'L"T Coi1-' " K -r American & Foreigr. p; R. H. KDbt, I SOLICITOR OF PATrJ LatS Agul of th. U. 9. Patent fhVlc, ,., " 1 .( the Ae. ... I. ,- .' "OBa f , HJI ) V TC STATB STREET, opoo.it, KUo, St AFTER aa cxtenslv. prartlr of BpwaM. t . I eimtitme. to secure I'.tenu in th. iZHLii-S in tlreat llrltlan, rrance, and other 4,nL S vesta. Specihratlous, Bonds, Asslgum,,"" L""c I Drawing. r lale. Is, exeruued on HWr iI5N4 despair h. Researches uiadeiutn Aroerlr., jT"" to determltm tlie validity or utility of p.,", ""ti.i and legal or other mlitee remlered In ,11 !w '""-I log Urn saui. Copies of the clauua of ,,, ." 1 by reailttlug On. Dollar. Asslgumeau reronhs H' IllgtoB. " B IA The Agency b not only the largest la New v.. I through It inventor, have advantage, mr f awertaining Uie pateuuhiilty of liiv,0.T!I! W by, if Botlmuieaenrably superior, t miy whL-fc hired theui elsewhere. The Testluionlsis h, 1 a that none is MOKE SIICCBSMFUL AT TllkT.t' PICK than the subsrrlhcr i and as S liCt'Kist 1 J v I PHIiOr OP ADVAM'AtlES AND AHILITV t111 that be has abundant reason to bellev., sod 1 at no owner otne of the kind ar th. charei I services so moderate. Th lmnieiis prMiiI,24 arribar during th twenty years past, has .mi?, I arcomulat a vast collection of spec!a,ul)Br hi dsioaa relativ. lo patents. ? Thee, besides his .xtenslve library of lee.) M I eel works, and lull account, of patents gnMlrt. led State, and Eurnpa, render htm .hie, Wvoid i offer superior facilities for obtaining Patent. All neoeaslty for. journey to Waaliiiurtog patent, and lu. usual great delay then, art lan, ventoia. f T regard Mr. Eddv as on. of th. mess M u. . i Wnraclltiwat.wUh whom 1 hare bad eeknsl-w"! wiAL.as asais, commiausaw rZ" I bar no hesitation la assuring Invented tsn .3 not employ a person mtrt seweawrat aad I rapahleof putting Iheh .ppliration. las hi' tot thesa aa early and exvurahl coa.LtV 1 cure fc. thesa aa early Bad nxvorah! eoa,i,wJ Patent Ofucw. EDMl'ND hi ;iti7 UtoCommiasieasra.su. Mr. B. Yf. Eildv ha. marl die ma this. Ihm., oa all but OSS of which patent, have Wei Jfi and that 1. aese praetiag. Such Bam vtaaaeh awlu talent aad ability oa bis part lead, am to n-.' ( Inventors to apply to him to pmeare their akaaj may n ait. 01 nvmg tn moss I.I tnlul sttesaawT oa Uieir case., and at very reasonable charea ' JOHS TMSif - Thiring eight months, th subscriber, hi aa,., large practice, niaibion ferere rejected .npltcraes mv API'KAI, EVERY ONE e whteh wm deckW i by the Coasmissinner of Patonto. A R n - Boatoa, Dee. 1. ItHil. THE OMY POSITIVELY B Proof Safe in the Worlt ll'UEN the contents nf safes are estrsyej.ta.a If Tariably baraed by heat being eonduelsd a ar the Inside wood easing throagh the door aad Awt-a -the iron holla and platm forming aad autre biite-,t to theoatekie iron plalftof the door, aad atsf ami ' to ta. lasld wood easing. Iha forming aeeatuaai doctor of the best brat -conducting material maa rid directly apoa theinsid. wood casing, aad ausb th Mf. . S.7" AllaaM,aar mm, an tbaaballt. Eiaui4 aafe door 1 It THE MARLAND PATENT SAFE ra neeaetrwet,! .BUrely eat of all eoammanieatioa of beat ra umaf se eonetruetitig the door and th dear-way of saasw; other equally noaondnctiog maarrtal, as toast, bv bolu running through th. aWorlroa platen. door-way. nor any eonnertloaa from th outer ts u pari of th aafe, 1 hereby keeping th interior eel an, of the sal. aa effect mall, protected from all beat la., applied to the door, as in any other port lea of tot al ii M B B1UEL0W A ANSON MARbY. Maauaetstri Proprietor.. S2 School street, opposite City 11.11, tkmV Further partieular. la reverence to the shew, so aampht seen, oa application la SUERW1N A " Agvuu,Uraftoa,Vt. . J., 1 Sr. Manhall'i Utadoebe and CaUrr. Sif THIS Snuff ha. thorooghly proved itself to to fcf article ever tones for earing th Catarrh, leif 1 1 Head, aad th Headache. It baa bora loom ma erf remedy in many eaasa of sore eve. Byafnees km an moved by It. and Hearing has often brea great), tvr. by Its aw It porrcoel ail obeiru.tsoas. UmirW Olaoda. aad gives, healthy actio to th partaafica 1 is rvamamevded by many of tbe best Phvsirtans, .Mil with great succees mid salisfartloa .very where. More than twenty -Ave rears expsriaars has preweitest-; valuw; aad at this moment it atoada higher thaanf tor. ft A large aamber of the most respectable wholeas : alsl. la New York and Boston la a eertlaVate. bt them io lo64. any : "Th. undrr.lgne.1 having tor ma f been acquainted with Dr. Marshall's Catarrh lac Hcadarlm Snoff, and sold In our wholesale trade, oW state that we believe it to be canal la every reaper) reeomaieBdation given it for Uiecureof (atarrhaiarv . and that tt is decidedly the beet srtu-le a. hsvs .err a, for .11 lit eoaunnn dbwaeta of the Heed " . Bswsrs af Ceemsrveila A tVs-sHBA,.av, nature of th proprietor, Charles How en, a a eel V-f .. lf Photograph and Ambrotype Saaj In Springfield. I Th pBbHc are Invited I rail and examine mr bet .i. dnetloaaof PHOTOOKAPHS. Ctll.tlHKIl, Snlshej aof dia Ink. and Plain, many f which ar copies froa eu rior Amhrotvpes and Daguerrwotvpea. Pleas call trf engaging such work elsewhere, as it will be tot oatlr both of mind and purs. AKMKlflKA, St BO.HI Aag 0VXB Tag MVSI tin f 17 JAMESD P0B; large ara ar. mm. ; .991 PHOTOGRAPH 4 AMBR01E SALOON, SPRING FIELD, VT. TUE public are Invited to call and examine brssretxesf the only piece in this vicinity where 1 COLORED PHOTOGRAPHS ARB TAKCf, t Re Stile Ilk Ilk. . 1. .L.l 1 .wa and Ina-rior A nib rot. pe. and Dairaerreotvoes.atHl aarjrf Th. negative la alway. preserred. and permnl wiatiaf T plicate, can have tbeui at an j thne by onlcrinj. IOCATED IN TUB SQUARE. 1 N. L. MERRIlsI.. 8prtnrneid,Jnna22,1800. 16-M i . DR. LA CROIX'S rVrol. Medical lYratiss a lae Pkiridoticti rtnrf'; rige. VA Psora aw 130 Eonivtao. Price onlt S Sent free of postsee to all parte of th Union. 0a flrmitie of yonth and maturity, disclosing the nsnea of both arte, of .11 .ge. causing debility, aervoaae press ion of spirit, pl4utlon of the heart, siitcidsl a log., involnut ry InMginatioaa, hlwhinga. desretivr w ry, indigestion and koaHude, with eofifeseions of tt. interest, of a Boarding School Maa, College StadmS! Yoang Married lady, Ae., Ae. It Is a trathhil w(. lb married aad those eootemplattng marring., wb. sr.' lain secret doubts of their physical eoadioon, aad ss eon scions af having haaarded th health, hsKs"t privileges to whkh every blnn being is entitled. f Yoang Men who are troubled with weakness, caused by a bad habit In yonth, the effects of whirs-' -nees, pain., forgetfulnem. srenctimes a ringing of t: weak eyre, wee It ores of tbe hack and lower eltrrsHO; fusioa of tdeaa, kaw of memory, with avelaneboh- al. cured by the Author's New Pari, and London TrraaH We have for the greater part ot I've past year, aret; thne ia vknting the Eumpeaa Hospital, availing saw.--of the kriowledge and researches of th most skiiW clan and Surgeons In Europe and on the l'.oatiiwst y who place themselves under our car will now benefit of the many New and KfHeack.ua Keeiets we an enabled to introduce into oar practice, and he may r-et naaursd of the an. asal. assidnlty, ceree J attenUoo being paid to 'heir ease, which has sssaew . ly distinguished ns bere..nVre, as a Ph) sirkiB at sel aw lar denartaMBt of professional practice, tor th. pssttess veyeara. t laxaca FnttLg Piut. -ladles wb wis fhr the ehlcacy of which he been tested la thoaama si and never failed to effect speedy care, without a? T euita, will aae bob but Dr. De-aoey. Female rwwi Pill. Th only precantioa necessuy to be oliserns' die. should not take them if tbey bar rcseoe a they are ha rertaiB situatioBa (the partlcolsrs s( vkr'V be found on the wrapper aceompanvinf each box alwaj. safo aad healthv. an gentle, yet a. active arc "J f Price 1 per box. Tlwy ean b. mailed to ear pa" I Cnlted State. J To the Ladiea-Who need a cong'lentlal aw-kal with regard to any of those interesting eom.iaa"J; their delicate organimtioa renders them liable, set ac auiy invited as consnlt as THg KLKCTBO-O. wKn. k.l.l. 111 xtvanie PBorxrrrrt. For aawriei not admit, or who have n drw ' - smsnnn. or wno nave or tae mmy oe ootaiad asanove. ly safe, and baa keen ext. nsivelr used during the aw year. Price reduced ta 10. jr 0r Attendance daily, from Sin th moral atght and oa Snndav from till 4 P. M. j, Medicine, with full di reclame asnt to any " " -Biled Statea oe Canada., by aericem eommuairso symptoms br letter. Bn.lnTnin-u-es strrU nuenessi. , O It l.l Offlr. Is Kill (orated as earablr". nasof DB.LA CKOlX.at No 21 Maldea Lane, A6- ( AST ACT OF 0RAT1TTDB. ! 30 one, enrilea re . MmIwmJ honk af a eeres. a.! orrhea. for gratuiton rircnUtioa. by a SoBcrel been effrrtaally eared of nerve es debilHr. wtar torn of spirit, droendnesa. pain ta the back, tars , -"-.oeas es aqrnt, famp-a. si' wv sve--, suiting from early errors, hy following the avfriei- , i of eight, fwmpie. ka' of awassry. ea in this hnok. eoristders it hie dot.. aathor, aad the benefit of Consumptive and -ejer. to pahttsa th sasaa ased. Ito will tarrrw,. the work cow men tng everv inforauuioa reii-oes r Bom tT, P. O- Albany, N, I. B,i Buffalo Robes I fKVfiD aawafment, Mr lY on hand aad tor sale and nnlined. af i- i "".HABLeWJTl BeUow. Falla, Hot. h. VKl. xt. iiydC j HAS joat tMarwed free. rVarioa, irLw tsxvircTira, alack ae i. -enl at lewa-ra r