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J. E NOBLE, w EST WIXSTED, CONN. Boots, Shoe. Trunki, Traveling Bag, JSC. lbtf WW. f. hi; it mux, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW ; also. Solicitor of Patent. Office in Wood ford's Block, over Hurlbut National Bank. West Winsted. Ct. - 14tf VM. II. COLVER, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, MILLERTON, N. Y. All orders in hi line will receive prompt atten tion, and all work done in a workuiaulike manner and guaranteed to give satisfaction. t Will furnish material for building when re quired. 3ml4 COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. riliiK UNDERSIGNED desire to inform the in J habitants of this region, that they have formed a copaitnership for the purpose of executing all manner of CARPENTER and JOINER WORK. N. L. DANIELS. WM. H. RAYNSFORD. Salisbury, Conn.- Sept. 3Uth, 1872. lltf CEO. V. PAINE, ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Car roll. Carroll County, Iowa. Money Loaned and Invested, Collection made, Loan made on improved fai ms, at legal rates of interest, ten per cent, per annum. Refer to D. J. Warner, Esq. and Col. Lorenzo Tnpper. ly50 IIOSCOE C. TAFT, WITH P. VAN V4JLKENBUKGII & CO., im porters and jobbers cf Dry Uoods, 384 & 3bU Broadway. New York. 4m3 DK, H. F. SJIITHE, D ENTIST, At Lakeville, the 3d Tuesday in every menui, to remain ttirouuout the week. 6m4.! DK. J. 1. CLLIUANSi BURGEON DEN TIST, Falls Village, CL. WORK WXBRANTED. MODERATE. S-ltf JAMES GARRAHAN, DEALER in Spruce, Hemlock, Pine and Hard wood Lumber, Coal, and all kinds Shingles. Building Timber, Lath, Pickets, 4. 5 and 6 inch Matched Flooring of the finest quality. Packing Boxes ; also, Superphosphate of Lime, and other Fertilizers ; Canaan, Cohn. 47tf WM. ADAH, 2nd, D EALEK IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE since 1S51. East Casaak, Conn. J. A. I'SBERWOOB , VfANUFACTURER of and Dealer ill Doors, ill Sash, Blinds. Mouldings, Glass, Window Frames. Packing Bexes, Sinks. Lumber, Feed. Meal. Ground Plaster, 4c, Canaan, Conn. iySS ROBERT . LIVINGSTONE. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR. Sharon, Conn. K. W. HIANVEL, DEALER in Flour, Feed, Meal, Wheat and Rye Feed, Plaster. Ac. Cornwall Bridge Mills, Ct, ly9 vols CEORGE MELV1N. SALISBURY, CN!. House, Sign and Ornamen tal Painter; Grainer, Glacier, Paper Hanger, &c, Ac. lJ F. C. FRENCH, DEALER in General Merchandise, Lime Rock, Conn. All goods warranted as represented, and at the lowest market prices. 2 D. F. STILLMAN, LAKEVILLE, Conn the Piano. July 14th. 1871. Organist, and Teacher of 1t1vo12 CLARENCE II. WAHOH, rilUNER and Repairer ef Pianos. JL Organs and Alelodeous made as good as new by putting in new bellows All orders by mail, or left with Mr. D. F. Sttllmaa will receive prompt attention. Satisfaction guaranteed. P. O. address Mill River. Mass. Iv46 W. G. CARDNEIt, PALLS VUliage Conn., Merchant Tailor and dealer in Foreign and Domestic cloths, Vest ings Triiaings, &c, &c. Garments cut and made up in the latest style, at shsrt notice. Store under the Town Hall. Julv 14th. 167. Itf BARNARD HOUSE, CJALISBURY, CONN W. E. HICKS, Seo't. lyl. July 14, 1871. a TlfOSfTCOiaEBY Ladge,No.l3 ,$AlA I. Ac A. HI. Regnla: Commnnica tiou Wednesday Evening Feb.12, 1873. C. K. HUBBARD; 78 Asylum Street, Hartford, Conn. Dealer in fine Gold and Silver Watches, Chains, Jewelry, Seal Ring's, Silver and Pla ted ware. Opera (jilnases, and all goods that belong to the trade. All kinds of Watches Repaired in the Rest manner, vol 2-27 tf 8 J0HNV3 CHURCH. USIFAL. SERVICES SUNDAYS, 10.30 A. M. ti.30 P. li. 21tf SAINT'S DAYS 9 A. M, CASH PAID FOR Hides and Tallow At the Depot In Salisbury, TUESDAYS. 22tf WM. MILES. FALLS VILLAGE SAYINGS BANK, . FALLS VILLAGE, CONN. i Interest allowed on deposits from the first of every month, OFFICERS : Daniel Brbwstsr, President. E. W. Spurb, V. President, U. H. Mines, Secretary, VV. H. Babstjm, Treasurer, M, A. Dban, Assistant Treaa. TRUSTIES : Daniel Brewster, E. W. Spurr, U. H. Miner, " W. H. Barnurn, W. J. Canfield, H. . Wetherell, U. M. Brinton. 27tf-vol. 2 For Sale! A storr and a half house, in eood renair. with about 1 1-4 acres of land, loeatedln the village of Salisbury. On the premises is a good supply oi Fruit Trees; and an excellent well of water. For further particulars apply at, or address Conn. Wbbtkbm News, Jan. 8, 1873. I36tf Salisbury, Conn, Farm For Sale! The subscriber offers for sale his Farm, situated in Wettnir. town of Salisbury, Litchfield Co., Conn. Said Farm contains about 250 acres of choice land in a good state of cultivation. The dwelling honse is new and large wit, good out buildings. Water running to the Barn from a never-failing Spring of pure water. The said Farm is one of the most desirable in the town of Salisbury, and would not be offered for sale if the subscri ber's health was so that he could attend to it. Terms easy. For further particulars enqui'e of the suDscriDer on tne premises or to it. vm CEUSiOi, at Canaan uepot. NICHOLAS R. VAN DEUSEN. Salisbury, Conn.. Dec. Slst, 1872. 2m25 ill For Sale. The Mill known as the "Washinee Mill.' Salisbury. Ct.. located about ha f a mile from in the depot on the Conn. Western railroad, and lately oecnnied bv the Washinee Co. for the manufac ture of the celebrated Washinee Renellents. It is a three set mill and is furnished with first-class machinery throughout and all nearly new. The oower is snimMed bv water with a head of nine teen feet, which can be raised to twenty-seven feet without damage to any other party. There is, also, a Root Steam Engine of forty-horse pow er, which can be used in connection with the wa ter wheel should the supply of water at any time partly fail. The main building is 81 feet wide, 103 feet long and 3 1-2 stories nigh; also, Engine Honse 30x43 ; Dye Honse 24x58 ; Office 21x27 ; Fire Proof Store House 22x40. -and a Sorting House 90x20. There are six Dwelling Uoues. one Barn and abont nine acres of land, connected with and beloDiriiur to the mill property The mill is now running and will continue to ran until about the middle of February next, after which time the purchaser can have possession. The above prop- erty can be purchased at a low price for cash. For further information call on or address HENRY HUBBARD, Trustee, January S, 1873. 27 tf Salisbury, Conn. At Jones' Emporium, We now offer at the Old Stand, on Broadway and Railroad Street, Lake ville, Ct., a First-Class Stock of Dry Goods, Consisting of the following named DRESS GOODS, &c, Epingline, Albainan Serge, Washington Pop!"sn; Phoenix Empress Cloth, Mined Isobar, Satin Polanaise " Melange " C. D. Alpaca, Japanese Silks, Lyons Poplin, Black aiul Colored Merino, Black Veh oivr n, A large stock of BLACK and COLORED Vr.l.YKT RIBBONS : A lull lire o! F! AV NELS; LADIES and GENTS' I'XDKli WK.V II. A Good Line of Prints, A Good Line of Common 1 o;nesi ics, FANCY STUll'K SHAVLS, Large, Additional Stock Hamburg: Embroideries. A r ar$;e Assortment (Iros-Grain Kibbons, A GOOD STOCK YAMvKE NOTIONS, QUEEN BKWK RUFFLING, G-roceries stxid lEirclArstro. A GOOD STOCK ALWAYS 0. ISAM). "KB""" Call and examine our s.'ock before piucliasim; elsewhere. Tlmi;l;inj niv C'li -loni-ers lor former patronage and folicitinirn continuance of llie same. 1 remain.' Respectfully Yours, W M JOES. E. II. JOZIES, Bnvcrfor the firm, visits l!ie nrinr-hial cities oi'lon. and -i-h ::11 the LATEST STYLES and FASHIONS. ' lyM hIII anil WIWTWi nf I n 7 0 ..ALL diiU W 11? i ml 111 10 Z. We would announce to the people of SALISBURY and vicinity that we have GREATLY ENLARG And now FALL ASD WE The best assortment of Ever brought into the town, comprising a large and well selected stock of Dress Goods, Sha wls, Hosiery, Ladies' and Cents7 On CLOAKS, CL0AKINGS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, ALSO, A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF Groceries and Provisions, All of which will be sold VERY LOW. C-2"Gools delivered to all stations . ou the Conn. Western R. R., free of charge. N E bIa?H 1M3ED, BEACH & CO., 3IiIlorton, N. Y. c.'f."iiawley. E. B. REE!) & CO., Khuror., Ct. ly52-vol. l TOSTl & AND DEALERS IN ready-iade: clothing, GENTS' FTJENISHIFG- GOODS, &c, &c.? WEST WINSTED, OT. FALL- ANI WIXTEIJ STYLES CONSTANTLY ON HAND. WINTER OVERCOATS, WINTER PANTS, WINTER VESTS, Business Suits, Farmers' We have a BESTS EWING-MACHINES M iABICEl Among which the BLEES' NOISELESS LINK-MOTION, Takes the lead and is the BEST in use. Weed, Singer's, and Grover& Baker's constantly on hand, We have had on experience of over twenty years with Sewing Machines and have used all the first oiass-machines made, and we kuo.v Hint the Jileeti' Sewing1 la chime is the best of tbcm all. fW Agents -wanted in all the Counties and principal TV., )!.- in the State. 5tf C. S. FOSTER, Gcu'l Asent for the State of Connect it:it. S. W. PINE, Winsted, Conn. DEA ER IN ALL KINDS OF Marble, Freestone and Granite, MASUPACTtTRKR OF tyljl monuments, Tombstones, 31a.mles. Ce:nc(cry-lost, iiiuliii-, Arc HARRiSOf CHICAGO BURNED OST. 9, I 87 I : SOME Companies survive that test : . THEIR Policies mean protection. I REPRESENT A FEW. VIZ : Liverpool, London am! ;!olo, Itoyn.1 of Liverpool, England, Insura.ne'c Co. of IV. A., I'enna., Lycoming', of Mnncy, Pa., Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Hanover of New York, National, of Philadelphia, (icrman, of Erie, Pa. - , Agricultural of Watertown, National I.iffc, (T s. A., Travelers Aceiilcut, fJOrders by mail or otherwise will receive that prompt attention which is the poul of DUPineBg. Auure Am;nst 4, 1S72. iy4 VINEGAR! Qoed Cider Vinegar for pale in any quantity at 25 centa a gallon by N. L. JEX'i'E!t. 2Stf Saliseluy, Con.v. Salisbury Cemetery. NOTICE. We the Selectmen of Salisbury have appointed D. T. Warner agent to sell the Burial Lots in the Cemetery at the Center. All persons wiehincr in formation upon the enbject can call on him at the office of D. J. Warner, Esq. Thone who are in debted for lots are requested to make immediate payment to him. J. P. WALTON, ) C. H. BIS4SELL, J-Solectaien. DWIGHT ALLYN, ) Salisbury, Dec. 17, 1873. S4tf ED OUR STOCK. offer for the TER T t3 Ivl HUfiLBUTT as DRESS CO TS DliESi L'AXTS, ' S1LIC VESTS, Suits ami Fancy H:iHn, stock of tin cunv 1U i a ASSETS. $20,000,000 10,000,000 3,2 13,17(1 C, 1 32.O0O 1,257,55 1 872,1528 750,000 5)0,000 G2S,3SS 2,31 3, 1G8 2,103,235 GEO. I). 1IARIMSOX, E.aUovilEc, Conn. House For Sale ! House new ; t in jiS ! laist July. G. H. IiUNOY. Lakeville, Dec loth, 18"ii. 2mS8 Piano For Sale. IIIAV K now on hand, a seven and one third oc taviv Parlor Grand piano, which has boen used a very little, but not nearly enough to mako it. deserve to be called second hand. It's tone and power is far superior to the square piano. This piano! will Jell at a very low figure. This is a rare opportunity to get a very superior instrument at a moderate price. Call at niv residence iu Ames ville (Falls Village) and see'it. JTOSEI'II BRINTON, Jan: 25th, 18: 23tf Fine, Reliable ATCMES Manufactured by BOREL & GOURVOISIER, Ncucliatel, Switzerland. WM. KIRK, I'racl ical J eweler, West Winsted, Sl'ffiCIAL KNT. These justly celebrated Watches are fra'.nin;; fa vor every day with a class of wearers who are compelled to have very accurate t'me. They were awarded the ONLY PH1ZE MEDAL granted a foreign manufacturer at the London Exhibition in lNii. and the GRAND PRIZE at the recent Paris Exposition, also, the FIRST PilIZE OK THE FIRST CLASS, and FIRST PRIZE OF THE SKCOND CLASS, at the Yearly Course of Competitors at the Cantonal observatory in Ncu chatel for 18a. To possess one of these Watches is in fact to sr.ve time for life, to insure punctuality which is the soul of business, and, as time is moncv, to have a tine Watch from WM, KIRK'S, West Win sted. in your pocket, is to be on the high road to amitence; and you will find If yon give him a call, one of the VERT BEST SELECTED STOCKS FfiftE IN THE STATK. !AI1ES' FA NOV UOODN. in great varieties: THE KENT ut t:,;i,EMS CIJTI.Ui5V; and 1I AiMO t KPECTA OIES. Avery larsre arriviil of NEW ;ItS, siii-nble or Wf utility anrt I'rcNCiitutiou. and Awcay Below Oit PricBS ! W2I. KIRK, Practical JeiccUer, lntf CAMP'S P.LOCK, WEST WIXSTED. VHIAGE EESTATJRA1TT AND BARBER SHOP! JAV1XG permaiiently established ny business SALISBURY, I would announce to the citizens thereof that I nave a EW AND COMPLETE STOCK ! Sausages, Fresh Beef. Fresh Pork; OYSTE i; S, SkellaiidOpcn, Fresh uiul 'icc, Served ici All Styles ; CANNED GOODS, ALL. v:AIfIK'JtK.s. Peaches, Plums, Cherries, Bartlctt Pears, Pine Apples, Quinces, VEGETABLES : Corn, Beans, Peas, and Toniatos. Fruits, Huts & Confectionery. Tobacco and Cijrars. I have, also, connected with my Barber Shop, a good line of HAIR OILS, PERFUMERY, FANCY GOODS YANKEE XOTfOXS, Ac, Ac. lttf A. N. NEGUS. WEATHE&BY, KTJOUS & PELTON, 335 & 337 m?An St., HARTFORD, Importers, Wholesale and "Retail Dealers in CUR STOCK OF Jl GOODS WOOLEN DRESS FABRICS, CLOAKS, SHAWLS, EMBROIDERIES, LACES, AND Ladies' Gentlemen's and Children's UNDER GARMENTS, IS THE n the State! ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES! t AND SOLD AT UNIFORM PRICES! WEATHERBY, KNOUS & PELTON. 335 and 337 Main St. Hartford. Iy53 W OPENING WEEK! GREAT DISPLAY OF DRY GOODS! THIS WEEK, (AND EVERY FOUR WEEKS,) AT S. C. BECKLIT'S. milE SrC-ClUOEi; desires to inform the inhab A Hants 0!' And adioinin -towns, that he has this week re ceived a C-Pl,ENI')li) LINE of OR? GOODS, FANCY GOODS, Hosiery, Notions, Siik and Veivet Ribbons, Skirts, Bustles, Corsets, Shawls, - Jewelry, Linen and Laee Collars & Culls, Tulli Tjiiiens. fcc, &;c. ; llesidey a l.irge stock of lirocories, l'p.visious, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, POCKET CUTLERY, Hair-Oi's and Perfumes ; Crockery, (Glassware, Wooden-Ware, Paper-Hangings, Oil Cloths, AND 1 1 'in n g U t ..' n s i I s ; In fart a complete a-sortment of Goods to be found in a First-Class Retail Store. I ui-li it di.-tiiictly undrrstood that I Bit (j no Goods of Drummers, Cut personally visit, the l.cruiiufr ll.n kcts of our country, once a month, make careful selec tioiis of the MOST DESIRABLE GOODS Ai d am thus enabled to present to my patrons The Latest Styles of Goods and the Lowest Prices. I purchase no goods that are out of date, no mutter how strong inducement is offered to take tiu in Farmer.;' produce taken in exchange for Goods. (,tf . O . X? 1-COIC i .e: "V. North I'.-tuaan, 1813. II living nddr-cl A LARGE STOCK OF AXD TWO Additional JOB PE ESSES, I am prepared to execute ALL MANNER OF Neatly, Quickly and Cheaply Posters, Circulars, Pamphlets, Bill-Heads, Letter-Heads, Envelopes, Aud in fact Everything in the Line of Printing EXECUTED At Reasonable Prices, AND Promptly At The News Office Jill! Prin Salisbury, Conn. Section Spring Mattress. I A Complete First-Class Durable Bed. Liked by all who use them. The Sections change and give equal wear to a.l its parts. Also, Spring Beds, Hair Mattresses, Common Mattresses, Lounges, &c, &c. IUa.11ulu.cf uix'd mid For Sale a' LOWEST CASH PRICES ! -by- J. D. EGLESTON, Falls Village, Ct. JKlcwtoH's Steel AVire Furniture Springs arc less liable to get out of oi ui rlhiinany other in use. MAN CFACTUHED BY J. 1. EGLESTON, ltf-vol 1 Falls Village, Conn. ::: "light SH3S58G"& ;;0IESTIC"I Tis Economy to Buy the Best! PEOl'LE SAY DOMESTIC The 9) IS THE ONE. POWER, EASE OP MOTION, SIMPLICITY, SELF- IOJUSTING TENSION, EXTENSION TABLE, CASTERS, aud GREAT SPACE UNDER THE ARM, FORM A Galaxy of Advantages! WHILE ITS 'STILL. SMALL VOICE IS MUSIC TRY "CaIE 'rJKR'iESTiC." Hold on installments by HARRISON BUOS.. Vjrts., 2v4C vol.1 L.VKHVILLE. CONN. Pianos Organs and 3IELOIM30NS, t'roiu all the First Class Makers set up on trial wherever wanted. At fiom 13 to 20 per cent lees than the same can be bought m New York, or elsewhere. THIS IS A KARE CHANCE. Send for prices before purchasing elsewhere. JOSEPH BRINTON, vol. 1. ltf Falls Village, Conn. C. H. BUNDY, SALISBURY. CONN. Coffins and Gaskets Of Rosewood, Mahogany, Black Walnut, Butternut, &c. ffSIIltOUDS and CAPS. Coffin nlateg neatly engraved. A first-class hearse always, in readiness to attend lunerais. u WANTED ! KELLOGG & SKIFF W .A. N rJC 3,000 Good Cash Customers, To which we will sell such goods as they may want at VERY LOW PRICES. We have just received a large stock of 13ry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes MEN'S, YOUTnS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING, Hats and Caps, &c, &c. Show us the stamps and if we do not give you LOW PRICKS lust set your own. Give us the stamps and you take the goods. To make a long story snort. We Are Bound to SELL ! . AND We Must Have THE STAMPS. Come all you lovers of mMm BARGAINS AND TRY US. Your Truly, 17tf KELLOGG & SKIFF. Cornwall Bridge, Nov. 6, 1873. Bargains in Dress Goods! BARGAINS IN R a fi ( v-M n i p P! 1 n t h i ii o BARaAINS IN BOOTS fc SHOES ! THE Subscriber offers hi eutire stock of DHY GOODS. READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS and CAPS, BOOTS aud SHOES, 4c, &c, to CASH PURCHASERS, At greatly reduceil prices for the next 30 days. Having a large and well bought tock ef Staple and Fancy Iry Goods, Mens' and Boys' Overcoats and Business Suits, Ladies' Gents' and Boys' Under wear, of all grades, A large stock of Boots and Shoes, All sizes aud every quality. I ofier the same at Prices Which Defy Competition. ! I am confident that an examination of my stock, will convince buyers that they can do no better. Don't forget that on Coffees, Teas and Sugars, WE ARE NEVER TO BE BEATEN. Remember, Cash is the Best Customer, AND ALWAYS BUYS AT THE LOWEST FIGURES ! . Very Respectfully, M. C JEWELL, At the "Sallaburv Store." THE SALISBURY SAiras SOCIETY. Lakeville, Connecticut INCORPORATED iu 1S48, allowj interest or posits from the first day of each mouth. Deposits Oct, 1st, 1872 Over Six Hundred Thousand, DOLLARS. Office open every business day frotn 9 to IS A. M. and 1 to 4 P. M. and Saturday cm 6.80 to 8-80 P. M. G. B. BURR ALL, THCS. L. NORTON, President. 13tf Treasurer. DENTISTRY! DK STEWABT, at the urgent request of his patients iu Lukeville aud vi cinity has opened an office In the bank building In that village, where he may be loui.it 'I'lturnuuy uiiu K iiuu) wa vu-vu vwm. upemiiui eithei in Surgical or Mechanical Dentistry performed in the best possible uiunner. LAUGHING GAS for extracting without pain. No extra charge for gas when extracting for plates. 4GW Eew Meat Markets IIavinr arranged rooms near my present resi dence suitable' lor a Meat Market, 1 am now pre pared to supply all kinds of meats usually found in a well-ordered Meat Market. Olive me a call. J. N. V AN DEUSKN. North Canaan, Jan. 1st, 1SV1. 26U' J jP'ix IN T OB X IN. Neatly Executed, at the OFFICE. FOR SALE. riHAT VALUABLE FARM in a good state or L cultivation aud well stocked, belonging to JohnK. Harlburt, situated 3 miles eaBt of the Congregational church at South Canaan, and 9 1-8 miles irom tne uou?atoutc rauroau uepot at aim Village. Conn., consisting of aSO acres; 89 1-8 of which is wood aud sprout laud, the greater pro portion ot the sprouts about i5 years old the re mainder well divided into plow, pasture and mead ow land, with plenty of orcharding and fruit and a beautiful maple grove which will yield each year an abundance ot sap for making sugar ; well wa tered by a splendid trout DrooK running tne en tire lencth of the farm, and beautiful living springs, with buildings well located, consisting of a dwelling house, cheese aud wood-house ; 8 barns, 3 cow houses, shop, milk house, and a never fail iug spring boiling up from the centre of the vat which is large enough to c' ntain 10 milk cans, also a good cistern with cbuin pump, and a never fail ing spring 01 water running near me aoor. oaia farm is noted for being one of the most productive in the township, having for many years yielded large returns to its owner. I will sell with or without the stock to suit a purchaser. Possess ion can be given any time. Terms Easy. Call and see. Apply to J. R. UURLBURT, 36tf Falls Village, Ct. Holiday Goods AT THE NEW MILLINERY STORE The subscriber takes this method to return hor sincere thanks to her numerous patrons of West Cornwall and vicinity and solicits their future patronage. Having just returned from New York with a choice and carefully selected stock of Mil linery and Fancy Goods, also a nice stock of TO VS. I would resuectfullv call vour attention to the same before purchasing elsewhere lress Making a SPECIALTY! I am hanDv to announce to my numerous patrons of the Dress Making department, that I have se cured the further services of A1A44J1E WATTS, a justly celebrated Milliner and Dress Maker, who has worked In nearly all of the large towns in Litchfield county, and has gained a rep utation of a '-first-class artist." Please give me a call and examine goods and styles. Anything in my line not in store will be promptly procured. Kespectiuiiy your ODeuicm servant, MRS. H. C. CRA-NDALL. West Cornwall, Dec. 18, 1673. 2itf f xoMt patios DISTRICT of Salisbury, S. S. Probate Court, Dec. 28th. 18T2. Assigned Estate of the Washinee Company of cailSDury in saia aistnci in insolvency. The Court of Probate for the District of Salis bury hath limited and allowed four months from the date hereof, for the creditors of said Estate, represented insolvent, in which to exhibit their claims thereto ; and has appointed Lot Norton and James Ensign of said Salisbury, Commissioners to receive and examine said claims ; and has or dered that said Commissioners meet at the Town Hall in said Salisbury, on the 12th day of March aud the 28th dav of April, 1873, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of each of said days, for the purpose of attending upon tne Dusiness oi said appointment. Certified from Record. ALBERT MOORE, Clerk. All persons Indebted to said Estate are request ed to make Immediate payment to 4w25 HENRY HUBBARD, Trustee. AT a Court of Probate holden at Salisbury, within and for the District of Salisbury, on the 22a nay oi January, a. v., ibis. Present Silas B. Moore, Esq., Judge. On motion of Alven Weutworth, Executor of the last Will and Testament or Mrs. Sarah Went- worth. late of Salisburv. within said district de ceased, This Court doth decree that six months be allowed and limited for the creditors of said es tate to exhibit their claims against the same to the said executor, and directs that public notice be given of this order by advertising in a newspaper published in Litchfield County and by posting a copy thereof on the public sign post in said town of Salisbury nearest the place where the deceased 8w88 ' ALBERT M00RB, Clark. CONN. "WESTERN RAILROAD Commencing Monday. Dec. Snd 1878. Passang trains will run as follows ; GOING WEST. Leave Hartford 6.35 a m 1 Connects at Hartford Simsbury 7.48 a m from Rockvills and Wst Winsted 10.15 a m ) Springfield. Arrive Leave Dally Winsted 3 00 p m f Connecting at Winsted Canaan ( 30 p m ( from & Canaan for Bridge Salisbury 4 S3 pin-! port and the South. At Millerton 6 80 p m ( Millerton for New York Arrive (.and Albany. Connecting at Hartford from New London, Nor wich, WiUimaalic, Rock ville, Waterbury, New Haven A Springfield. At Winsted for station on Naugatuck Railroad. At Canaan for PittsAeld. At Millerton for Pough kcepsie. New York, (Al bany without change of cars), and the West di rect, and for Fishklll at Hartford 10 00 a.m. Simsbury 10 48 a.nv Collinsville 11 07a.m; New Hartford 11 S7a.m Wiusted 114a.m Norfolk Canaan Salisbury Millerton Arrive 18 S3 a.m 18 51 p. m i 11 p. in 1 35 p .m 13.00 p. m. Leave Hartford Kimahniv Connects aUIartfd from 4,00 p.m 4 44 p.m K 11 m uonn. vauey K. K., ana New Bedford, Martha's Vineyard, Newport.Bos ton and Providence,Nor wich, New London, Wil limautic, Rockville and Springfield. At Canaan Colliusvilla new uaruora 0 m p.m Winsted 5 53 p-m Norfolk ti 87 p.m Canaan t 55 p.m Salisbury 7 13 p.m Millerton 7 38 p.m Arrive OOINM It A ST from and for Pittsfield. At Millerton for Alsauj and the west. Leave Millerton 6.00 a.m Salisbury 6.85 a.m Canaan 6,45 a.m Norfolk 7,80 a.m Wiusted 7,45 a.m New Hartford 8,05 a.m Collinsville 8,26a. m Simsbury 8,50 a.m Hartford 9,86 a.m Arrive L Wst Winsted 10,15 a m Simsbury 13.45 pm Hartford 1.45 pm Arrive At Hartford with Express for Provi dence, New Bedford. Newport, Norwich and New London; Spring field, Worcester & Bos ton; also for Mlddletown. and Baybrook, via Conn. Valley It. R. Connects at Hartford for Bos ton.Provid'nce, Wor cester, Norwich, New London, Rockville and Springfield. Leave Millerton Salisbury Canaan Norfolk f Connecting at Millerton 8,35 p.m 3,00 p.m 3.88 p.m 4,00 p.m irom Albany, Montreal. Fishklll, Newburg, Po' keepsleand New York. At Canaan for Brldgept. Winsted 4,su p.m At Simsbury for West- New Hartford 4.50 p.m1 field, Northampton, Wil Collinsville 5.11 urn liamsburg and Uolyoke. Simsbury Hartford Arrive 6,36 p,m 6,16 p.m At Hartford for WUli mantic, Norwich and N. London, and with Ex press for N. Y A Boston. Leave Milleilun Salisbury Canaan Nortolk Wiusted T.Stt p m 1' a.30 p m 1 Connecting at Millerton 8.&S p m ) Ironi New York, .klbauy 9.2$ p m I and Pougliki- U 9.5spiuAt Canaan now uriilgv 131 I. port. W. 11. YEOMAKSi) SupH. Arrive HOUSATON1U RAILROAD TIME TABLE. To take effect Monday, Jan'y 6th, 1878. lime when Trains Arrive at tut: Several Stations. GOING WORTH. IP's SP's ThF A.M. P.M. A.M Bridgeport 10.30 5 15 11 45 Stepney 10.56 5 40 13 35 Botslonl 11.05 5 00 13 55 Newtown 11.16 6 00 1 16 Ilawleyville U.36 6 10 . 144 tlrooktield June 11.40 6 80 3 00 liiooknHd 11.45 6 30 8 16 New Mlliord 18. Oo 6 45 S 3 46 Mcrwinsville 12 IU 7 00 3 86 Kent 13.51 7 16 g 50 Corn w'U Bridge 1.09 7 36 $ 4 80 West Cornwall 1.1 148 g- 4 55 Lime Rook 1.20 8 00 r- 5 30 Kails Village 1,34 8 05 am 640 Canaan 1.49 8 21 00 6 10 Ashley Falls 1.64 8 87 6 05 8 55 Sheffield 8.04 8 39 6 16 7 10 Gt Barrington 8.19 8 56 6 30 185 VanD'useuville 3-89 9 08 6 38 7 60 Housatouic 3.35 9 15 6 46 Gleudale 3.43 9 88 6 54 Stockbridge 3.48 9 29 7 00 South Leu . 2.54 9 35 7 06 Lee 3.04 9 47 7 16 Lenox Furnace 3.10 9 63 7 83 Lenox. 3.15 9 57 7 88 Deweys 8.25 10 06 7 37 PittHlricld 8.35 1015 747 GOING SOUTH. IP's SP's ThF P. M. P. M. P X Pittsfield 9 00 8 85 5 00 Deweys 9 10 3 45 5 10 Lenox 9 18 3 55 518 Lenox Furnace 9 23 3 00 5 38 l.ee 9 30 8 06 5 30 South Lee 9 42 3 16 5 40 Stockbridge 9 47 3 28 5 46 Gleudale 9 53 8 27 5 52 Ilousatonic 10 01 334 6 00 P.JI V'D'ville 10 08 8 89 6 07 3 50 Harrington 10 14 8 45 6 15 4 00 ShetUeVd 10 31 4 05 6 30 4 86 Ashley Falls 10 41 4 80 6 40 4 85 Canaan . 10 47 4 30 6 45 4 50 Falls Village 11 08 ' 4 50 615 Lime Rock 1108 4 55 - 5 30 West Cornwall 1119 5 10 -2 5-46 Cornwall Bridge 112 5 35 S 6 05 Kent " 11 47 655 S; 680 Mcrwhisvillc 13 08 6 20 a 6 65 NewMilford 13 38 6 45 5 7 35 Brookfield 13 54 710 8 00 Brookfleld June 1 04 7 16 u 8 SO Hawleyville 1 13 730 8 40 Newtown - 1 24 7 45 9 00 Botsford 1 36 8 00 ' 9 SO Stepney 1 46 8 80 9 40 Bridgeport. 815 8 50 10 SO JI. W. FRANKLIN, Superintendent. STATE LINE If RANCH IGOING NORTH. Pass. Pass. Ft. a. x. P. M. A. M. Van Deu sen ville, 8.29 9.30 W. Stockbridge, 7.60 8.50 10.00 State Line, 8.05 8.00 Ta Ft. P. M. 8.15 9.00 TH. 9t. P. M. 3.80 , 1.90 uoiNu suuTtr. Pass, Pass. Ft. p. M. A. M. p. M. Van Deusenville, 8.40 13.30 W. Stockbridge. 8.15 8.20 13.00 U, State Line. 8.05 8.10 DANBVHY BRANCH. GOING NORTH, p. x. p. x. p. x. A. v. A. x, Brookfield Junct. 7.10 6.50 1.04 11.40 7.S6 Danbury, 7.00 6.00 13.45 11.30 7 10 GOING SOUTH. P. X. P. X. P. X. A. X. A. X. Brookfield Junct. 7.15 6.30 1.64 11.40 75 Danbury, 7.85 6.85 I.S4 13.00 7.40 Stage Connections With 10.30 a. m. train from Brldfrenort. via. : At Stepney, for Upper Stepney JfcMonroejues- aays, rnursaays, ana Baiuraays. At Newtown, for Woodbury, Soutubury.soutk- isritain ana sanav hook, aaiur. At Danbury. for Brewster's Station. new minora, tor raric upi rorcavin Marbledale, New Preston Warren, Bridgewater. Chaly bes and Rox bury, dally. " " for Sherman, Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays. " " " Woodvllle, Bantam Falls and Litchfield, Mondays. Wed nesdays and Fridaya. Cornwall Bridge, for Litchfield and Shar on, daily. West Cornwall for Goshen, West Goshen, North Cornwall, Gold's Mills and Cornwall Centre, daily. Fall VillUffe, for Lime Sock, Salisbury Lakeville, daily. Barrinffton. for HartsvlHc, New Marlboro Mill River, Hillsdale and No'th and South Egremont, daily. " for MonteTTy, Tuesdays Thursdays, and Saturdays. " Lee. for New Boston, Sandisfield, Tyrlngham East Lee, West Becket and Otis Centra dally. " " Becket Centre and North Blandford, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Pittsfield for Hancock, dally. Iy33 COAL AND LUMBER, Flour and Feed, Paints and Oils, GUANO, POUDRETTE AND PLASTER, LIME AND CEMENT, HARDWARE. DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS. Fre.ghti.ng on Mondays, At or before 1 o'clock, P. IV. HICKS WILBUR CO., 42tf SALISBURY, CONN. JOB PRI1TTI1TG Of All Kinds Neatly Executed AT THIS OFFICE!