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on ciiuncii-aoiNO. "Attend jour church,1 Iho parson criei, To cliurch each (Hlr one goes) Tli oM go there to close their eyes, The. young, to eye their clothci, OS A PHYSICIAN. Oil, Heaven, be forgiving I Such tin is on his head ; For he cuts us down when living, And he cuts m up when dead. noL-m or stttp. Nature requires five, Custom gives seven) Lstlocu tskes nine, And Wickedness eleven. BICCLOW & CO.'S EXPRESS WILL run to and from Boston dally, (SunJsji excepted) for the purpose of carrying Bundles nnd Package, collecting, drafts, notes, accounts, 4c, and for the transaction of all business usually done by express. Business transacted In the Intermediate towus, and all business entrusted to their care will be done with despatch and fidelity, and on the most reason' able terms. ny Office at the Hailhoid Excnaxox, Boston, and at Srxacxx & Kixastti't Staoc Orricc, Brattlcboro. Brattleboro, Feb. 14, 1819. 3S BOSTON READY MADE CLOTHING STORE. ENO WALL MENU Y THESE PRESENTS, that the Subscriber, under the fiuldince of kind Providence, after baring encountered perili by land and perili by sea, hating been torelj vex ed for months by the Small Fox panic, and tried withalfto br fire." has at length escaped alt hit danger! , and U av towv9 .aMjt After being for a long time driven and tossed about upon the pitiless waves, he has at length rest, ed in his Ark at the Railroad Exchange Building, up stairs, at the South end of Main Street, where he comes, not like Noah's dove, with a single olive leaf, but fresh from Boston, with the tat and .r elegant variety of HEADY .11 ADU CLOTHING ever offered for sale in Brattlcboro a large supply of which he will keep constantly on hand during the season. The subscriber is alsa happy to Inform his friends that he has concluded to come oat himidf iu a BRAN NEW SUIT OF CLOTHES, and he would respectfully beg leave to suggest to his numerous friends and patrons, whether they would not do well to come and do likewise. All to cheap for Catk! lus politest bow to all his old customers for their past gencrons patronage, with a most gracious Inrl tation to call again, accompanied by as many new ones as may wish to "belter their condition," with only this caution, not to bt frightened at the great xiaaoatxt oiiered tnem, nor think Ms wares or lit tle value because they cost to little Cuik ! FREDERICK FRANKS. Brattlcboro, April 10, 1649. 31 GOODS AT COST. fTMIE Subscribers contemplate maklnc some al X teration In their business, and In order to make such alteration, aud make room for other kinds of Goods which they intend to keep, they now offer all their stock of Dry Goods and Crockery at Cue r. i ncy nave on nana a large assortment ot Dry CJoods, consisting of Cloths, Caisimeres and Vestings. Domestic Goods. such as Sheetings, Tickings, Drillings, Denims .iiu oummrr ouius. Brest Goods. Alpines, Alr.acc.is, Thibet Cloths, Stuslin de Lalnes, Silks, Ginghams, Prints, Ac. A large lot of Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, (tc, ex. ivooirn runnel, lotion no., Uotlon Tarn, Bleached Cottons, from to 2 yds. wide, Umbrellas, Parasols, Paraioletts, Sun Shades, Tail, ors' Trimmings, Canvass Padding, Buttons, Silk and Twist, and almost every article usually kept in Also, a good assortment of Crockery and Gins Ware, consisting of China Tea Sets, Blue Tea Sets, Nap lies, uoverea iJitnes, natters, riaics, uowit, mnv dcrs, Lamps, and various other articles. una aoove uooas win oe soia es we nave aaver tiscd them, and many articles at much less than their original cost. 07" All persons withing to bnv Goods at very low-prices are respectfully invited to examine the -sibDVQ Stock before onrchasin? elsewhere. i, DUTTON & CLARK. April 3, 1849. Cw33 Sterart's ugrnr-llotisc Syrup. ALSO, P. R. and Muscovado Mola.ses. for sale vcrvlosrhv T. H. TAYLOR. At M Start recently occupied by the JVst Office, Apni la. 3n Otlat Oils I 10 DHLS. Patent Refined Oil. a erv suncrlor article, at a very low price, for the Quality. Also Solar. Linseed, and Neatsfoot Oil. for sate Dy i . n. ia i saj ii. April 23. 3C Fifsli, Fish." TITO. 1 and 1 Mackerel. Salmon and Dry Cod. In 1 Kilts, Qusrters, Haifa, Barrels and Quintals, just received ana lor sale uy 1 . II. TAX '.UK. April 23. 3C Trunks, Valises, AVIii'iN, Xc. A GOOD ASSORTMENT, just received .and for sale at low prices, opposite the Phoenix House, by A. WORTHINGTON. Brattleboro, April 19, 1849. 35 Refined Lard. 25 PAILS of very nice refined Lard. 20 lbs. In tmjej a Pail, at leu than common barrel Lard prl pes. Just received at the new Drug Siore, by 1V7AIPJT3. Kff( TOUNDS pure White Lead ( 3UUU 300 Gallons Unseed Oil; .100 do. Coach and Furnlture'Vamlihi Spirits Turpentine, Japan, French Yellow, Chrome do, Venetian Red, Vermillion, Indigo lied. Hose link, Whiting, Putty,' lVii, Chrome and Patent Green, Bronze, Ac., &r. For pole low by WILLISTON 1 TYLER. April 4, 1819. SI Dcnot for Pancr Hancrines. f A(jn ROLLS Paper hangings, new and ej U U 1 splendid patterns, from six tofjly centt per iwii, iusi receireu oy DUTTON & CLAIIK. Brattlcboro, April 3, 1849. 3ino33 l'or Sale Cheat). A LARGE assortment of Trusses, Abdominal, Spinal aud Dorsal Supporters and Shoulder urates an tue ocst initruments now in use, uy , It. SPALDING. Brattlcboro, April 18, 1849. 33 T IIEREDV certify that I hate given my son, jl ji.anon v. iiouoiiTov, ins time, anil suau pay no debts of his contracting, or claim any of tils earnings after this date. ALANSON HOUGHTON. Cboeoe Rohebtsox, Witness. Putney, llsrchth, 1849. ajC OA DllVilS prime fresh FlOS. Also, Ra-.slns, eJU In whole and half Boxes and Casks t Tapi oca, Broma, Prunes, Tam..rlnds, Citron, Cnrrnnts, Soda, Picnic and Com. Crackers, Shells, Prepared Cocoa and Chocolate, Sago, Tcarl, Barley, Farina, ' '' Spices of nil kinds. Pickles, Catsup. Pepper Sauce, Mustard, ie, iur fcaie iu m(uj . n kv. ur rcuiii, uj April 23. 36 T.lI.TAYI.On, rHEsu rnuiT. 8 BOXES Lentous and Oranges; Raisins, Figs, Currants, Citron, Ac, fur sale by WILLISTON & TYLER. April 20, 1849. at riUJIK TEAS. HS05!,Yonng Hyson, Souchong and Nyng yong Teas, warranted superior and as cheap at can be purchased In this vicinity, for sale by a -1 o .. .'k WtWmWt TYLER. April 9t, )4, it Sl'ltlNG AND SUMMER BEY GOODS. DUNE, OOODHUS & CO., Na.U flrnnlto Uow; HAVE now In Store, and will continue to receive throughout the tcJion, new and elegant de signs In Dry Goods. liadleV Drcsft Good. 30 Pieces rich changeable plain and flg'd Silks 100 " new styles English, French and Amerl can Prints) 40 Pieces Eng., Scotch and American Glngbamsi Mohairs, Alpaca, Alepioe, Muslin de Lalnes, and Bareges. 100 Cailimcrc SliaivlM, Silk, Worsted, nnd Bsrage do.) Rich wrought Crape do. MOUIINING GOODS OF ALL KIND. Linen Sheeting, Pillow Case Linen, Bleached and Brown Cotton Drillings. Tickings, Diaper, Crashes. Towslev Nankins. Table Linen. Table Spreads, Wool Spreads, Counterpanes, Flannels, iuoreens, itose ami vvnimey lllanaets. Cai'prt. 5 J Pieces Wool Carpels j 10 u Cotton and Wool do.) 20 " Oil Floor Oothi 20 " Hemp, Cotton and Straw do.) Rugs, Mats, Bucking, tc, Ac. 100 IWOKINO GLASSES. 1000 LBS. LIVE OEKSE FEATHERS. The most extensive assortment of Clllnn, Crockery nml Gins Wnre to be found in this State. 33 .Solar Iiieiiii. Knives and Forks, Tea Trays, SnufTcrs and Trays, Brass Andirons, Shoi els aiid Tonga, Candle Sticks, Spoons, Britannia Ump, Tea Pots, Cas tors, tc, eVc. Our Stock of Goods Is the most extensive In this Elace, and we believe we are enabled to offer the eslbargalns. April 2, 1849. 32 SPRING FASHION HAT FOB 1849, AT HYDE & HARDIE'S. Io. 1 Ilrlrlr ltaw. THE Proprietors Invite the attention of their customers and the public to their New Style Hats which they have Just finished and offer for sale. All who wih for a neat article for the head cannot fail of gratifying their taste. Fafiliioiinliic Can. A splendid usortnient of New Spring Style Caps, of Cloth and bilk, for Gentlemen and Youth. X7" Caps made to order In the be.l style. HYDE t. HAUDIK. urattieboro, March 19, 1849. 31 eodoTocT wo rth Spring & Summer Gbods, LO W P II ICR S TORE. fTMIE Sabsciibcn hare iuit nruiirr1 X larircst and best selected Stocks of DRY wuuif never exmtalea In ilratttcboro, and we feel assured that we can make priai extkehkly 123 Pieces American and Scotrh Ginghams ; SO PlaiJ and Mottled Linen 30 " Brocade and Chainhrny Itilres, new styles) 100 " Afuslin d Lainea nud Cashmeres, srry 24 " French Ilarams and Tissues) 40 Figured and Plaid Organdie Muslin ) IS " New sivle Dress Silks; 10 " Black Silks, S-S to G 4 wide, for .Man tillas) IS " Black Silk Prince and Lares.dn. Jo.s 2S0 New sijle Calicoes, at extremely 'ow su.i ii 'jTjS : su.i ii rr,st t 125 Summer Shawls of all styles; SO Cashmera and lirocha Shawls, cAsnn; 23 Black Silk and Wilte Crape Shawls ; FCUMSHLNQ AU IIOUSERKEPISQ GOODS. Jnst received a sptendM assortment of all kinds. 30 Pieces Wool Carpets) IS " Couon and Wool do. ) 10 " Oil Cloth, from I to 2 s ds. wide: Straw Mattinir, Hocking, Rugs, Mats, Mirrors, Tea Waiters, Sad Irons, Kniics and Forks, Spoons, Britannia Tea Puts, Castors, 500 lbs. pure A'ortltern Live Gccso Fcnthcra, 50 nieces Ticklna. Bleached and llrown Sheciinir. Linen, Cotton, Madder, Plaid and Embossed Table Lovers, Diaper, Crash, JJipkins, Doylies, 2000 ROLLS PAPER UAXGIXGS, new styles, at much less than former prices. Glove anil Hosiery. In this department v,e rait shew a very large as sortment at very low prices. JLace Gootls ami Embroidery. A largo assortment of nice wrought Caps and Collars, Silk, Linen and Cotton Edgings, Veb La. ccs, nml Veils,-c., e. Bonnets ! Bonnets.'! Bonnets!!! The largest assortment eicr offered In Brattlc boro, consltting of the following kinds s 50 Devon end Rutland Bonnets, very cheap ; 75 Pedals and Florence " " A splendid lot of China, Pearl, Cohurg, Jenny LInd, Tulip. Rirds Eye. Gimn. Trum-le. Mixtures and French Lace Bonnets, with alull assortment of iises nonnctt. 79 nieces new styles Bonnet Hibhons. Can anJ Belt Ribbons, Artificial -Flowers and Wreaths, jiueue, i aus, x , xc. 07 Bonnets lined and trimmed at short notice. Broatlclodis, I'assiiuercs & Vestings. We have removed our Broadcloths anil Casii. meres Into the room over oar Store, whero wa have juit openrd a very large Stock of Blue, Uleck, uii-cu hhu uruira itruaucioius, nlnpn. I ' I t . ... . ... , VMWIKIL! UE. OlllC.i 10 " Mottled " of very handsome ijic. u- vestings, a iuu assortment. China, Crocfocry and Glass Ware. In tills department we hare much the largest Slock to be found this side of Boston, consequently can sell at less prlcjs. We have just opened 15 Crates, conilsjiiiL' In part of tho following kinds : flowing iilue Tea Sets, with Plates, Platters, Nappies, Pitchers, Covered Dishes, S iuca Tureeus, Ewers and Bailni, Cmlorili, tc to make hill sets. Tills Ware we are selling cheaper than ever. Also, s mrfc a-ionmeni ot iUlllDorrjr svurc, a weir siyic. la .Yniic oione unina'tca Beta, Willi all the etcetera to make full dining sets ; SO down Tumblers, sli kinds, a largo lot of Glass Lamps, Preserve Dishes and Pistes, Glass Sugar Uowls, In fact every article In the Crockery line that Is desir able, at the lowest prices. OUR STOCK or aOODS is now larger than wc havo ever before oflered, whuh will cnablo us to offer still greater Induce ments to our roiiomers, and all who favor us with their pstrunago shall be assured of haslog Goods at, tho very luest market prices, tfe WHEELER ft PRATT. Wilmington, Dover nnd U'llllmiia vill IlXIUtliSS, roil PAsoBwarn. rncionT. Will arrive at llraltlsborl 11- on lucsdajs and Thurs Ti5?rv(J? dujs nf each week, nntii I'irir.cr noucr, in season fur tt.C llmtfttl tnlln. .nil return to Wlllunm Hie same days on the arrival of the cars from Boston. It, KINO. Jan. 18, 1849. s2 BBIPLOYMBJVT, WANTED Hve or six moral, energetic, and well educated Young Men to vend several very useful and splendid Publications, Just i wired from Boston, Terms 75 per cent, discount from retail prices. Strangers will bo required to pay lor 'herst outfit (10 or $11! worth) in advance. tO-Itifcrenco will be given to u number ul young gentlemen who have cleared In similar bn-i-ness, from $40 to $79 a month. IV. II. Any 6nc, well qualified for the einpbrv ment, that will take Sll'O worth to start with, and pay on delliery, shall be warranted to clear Si a mouth for a year. Apply to Onllford, Vt. April , 3w35 JFIour. IN lb1, !" x,r urilcle, for sale by April is, T.JI.TAYT.OR LOOK IIERM! J.lVOMt ltVA'KIilifU Jr., DRAPER f- TAILOR, I'nycltcvlllc, OULD say to till old friends and customers, that he has luU returned from Boston with a large and well selected lot of French, IiikIKIi, German ami American Ilroadclothx, Siper Black Doesklni, Mixed do, CasslmereS of vailous kinds and aualilies. Fancy Ca.slmcres In great vanciv Aiao T'uccds In abundance, Satins, Super do. lanry Vcsllngs, rich and cheap 'I'rilillilllic- A large supply, too numerous to be enumerated. Alw, JSeadu Matte Clotliltiff, a good ussorfiarat, which wil be rrplcniihcd front time to time to meet the wauta of the most fastid ious customer. A The above Cloths and Trimmings J. I). Jr. will make to order, or sell to rnstiuneri, they getting them made up elsewhere if they deslro. All the -t (,, i ..ii rtri A Ii r,ltl 1 11 1V1II r A Clf HUOTC Will UV,U!(I WIJAI , W1I..11 1 V.. wiwf. as Ae ici7 pot he undrrtolat All who wish a yooJ (mynia and a oood ainucxr, will do well to give mm a can, r ASHXONS 1 C7 Call anJ ice, aiul w wilt ihuw yon tlie io jaieit, ana moil pprorta aanioni or uie at j. WAKTRD 3 or 4 first rate Coat nnd Veu MaVcn. Alof 3 or 4 Apprentice tftU, FayctlCTillc, April 10. 1649. 6w34 BLEAR THE TRUTH II ALBERT Ii. DAY & BROTHER, ft taraniic now, AVE rccxlied the most splendid assortment ol . DItV UOODfi ever offered in Brattlcboro. H Cast imcre, Brorha and Thibet Shawls ) Black Silk and Barage do. ) Canton Crspc Shawls) Plain, Damask, Figured, and richly Embroid ered, of almost every quality and price. Splendid Itrocadc riR'd Silkn, Rich Chameleon Plain and Corded Silks ) Plaid and Black Silks, of the roost approved manufacture. Plata. Striped and Itlch Figured Horaces, Brocade, Dotted and Printed Mnsllns and Lawns, Changeable, Mottled, Plaid and Striped linen Ginghams, llengalise, English, Scotch, Frenih, and American tiingnams and iTtnts A large assort ment of Eiuliroldrrr, Gloves A Iloalory, Dreisand Mantilla Fringes, Braids and Gimps, and every article tor trimmings. A splendid lot ot lIoimctM and Bonnet Klbhoiw, Cap, Satin and Lustring Ribbons, Artldrial Flow ers and Millinery Goods of all kinds. ZEPHYR WORSTEDS WORSTED PATTERNS. Slate and Brown Linens, Checked Linens, all col ors, for children! wear. Brown and Bleached Dam ask, Colored Cotton ami Rich '.mboeted Table Covers. In eienr wrieiy. riirtiUhliifr & lIouarUccttnK'OOd) of almoil tittj kind, and Aaallr, we tkink we ran thow an atsortmrnt Urcc enough for every one wlio may raror ui wnn a ran, u we ttivt a new swci, KLKCTKDAVITII GHCATCAUK. and wilt not be, uoilersoM by any one, we rare not byirrWaor whm. We rupeeifollr Inrlte ali to gitc us a call before purchasing, at we bare superi or Induce menu to oiler thi Hprins. A. II. DAY & UUOTI1KR. Draitleboro, April 12, 1949. 34 SPRrNG AND SUMMER CLOTHING, ri ENTLEIUN tUItlng the city, in wan! of Jim VJI rU4C UKKJUny, IC'j'd. UUtIT lUTilVU UJ VIII IUU examine the largfit Slock of FASI1I0NAULY MADE Spring mill Summer Clothing' which can be found la the cltr. comUtlDir of etert rariety of Gannenti in&iie up In the mt inperior manner, anu warranieu io gire lituwetwn. AUO OJI HASD - A tplendid auortracnt of Clothi, Doeskin, Caul meres, and Yetting, and every rarirly of Goods, snltable for Spring and Summer wear, whirb will be maile up to orJr In ynyX fasUcslU un ner. and will be sold at prices as low as at any es tablishment In the Union. I'letse call early at BROWN, LAWRENCE fr STICKNBF& iVos. Os 7,0, 11 and 13, OUD STATJS HOUSIO, t'pmtbtg Slate Strtet.HOffrOS. March 21, 149. 31 XT' Gentlemen about departing for California can be supplied with every article of Clothing which they may want by calling as above. Iy7 Daily Line lVoin PUTViVEY to boston. I'AUn 83,00. ON and after April loth. 1849, a St.ro wil leave Viitncy for Brattlcboro at 7 o'clock A. M., in season for the Boston cars which lease Rrat tlebora at 3 o'clock, and return to I'utncyonthe arrival of the cars from Boston at noon. 8PENCnit & KINOSLRY. Urattieboro, April 9, 1149. 34 REMOVAL. A LKXASDER CArF.N has removed his Paixi il. Snor to the first door South of the Creek Bridge, pear A. Van Doom t Sons' Cabinet. Fac tory, where he will be in readiness to receive all Jobs for Pnintlnff, I'uiscrinir, AVhUosvnalilnir ttiiil (.lazing;. Q7"7Vrins reaionable, l'AI!tV.t. Oil.. i-C- Vent mnil.nllr nn b.iM and for Sale low. uraiitcooro,vpru o, le-tv. JEZIIA CLARK & CO., JSV. C I , FRONT STREET, HAllTFOKW, CONN., niroinr.m ami hkii.viis ih C"Iroii, ftecl, Nulls, r.,S UAVr, im Iw.ida uuiiiilcto as.ortmcnt of all descriptions uf Bar, Hoop, Sheet und Band Iron, Nail Hods, Shoe Shaies, Axleltccs, Carriage Springs, .Mill Cranks, (tint. Blistered, Qcrman and Spring Steel, lust Anvils, Vices, Rclltiws, and olhcr lllacksmlths Tools, ic, wbhh are offerf 1 for tale at lowpriics.andon the most reasoiubiotcnns. Alio,Aill supply of "Old Colonj'Cut 'nlls and Spikrs. Iy49 INii-ilictl Coil Liver Oil. A NEW JIEMEDY for Consumption, Scrofula, iJU Rheumatism, and all diseases of the Lungs and Throat, uow used by Drs. Ware. Homans, Flint, Morrill, and otliers of Boston, Dr. Twitchell, iA Kcene, and favorably recommended by Dr. J. V ('. Smith, In the Boston Medical and Surgical Jcu I For talc by ' 1VILLI8T0N t TYLEB. Droit. ro March !II8I9, 31 n&TIKG SAKOOW. IpUE Sj' rl'rs would respectfully announre to the stanil form a. me iovi - i ""o: etuing, mat tncy nave taken ii . i upled by "Stoddard i Leland," uhtro llipy will (. ' ipy at all tlraea to wait upot iiii-ri. witii tno U-i ' ule'yof EMcs, CatsC-i, Oysters, &c, pmiMnd In mil the in -c id the most fastidious, and all ' Cheuo for Cj.V or CALironxia Gold B0t! MII.LKU BJM0ND8. . Jjniuii llih, 119. S3 T. II. TAY&OK, Druggst and Apothecary, IX HALL'S LONG BUILDING, At the Store recently occupied for (he rent Office, llltATil.LIIOKO, VT., WOULD respectfully announce to the Inhah! tantl of Brat leboro and inrroundlnc connlry, that he has taken the slwve Htore aud tilled It uu for the Dni(r Trade expressly, and Its branches, where be intends limc lor saie. on tua noil rea sonable terms, fur Cim or JCjxkange, a large, aud well selected Slock vl Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, Terfumery and Fancy Articles, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs and Vamtshe, Brushes, l'uro Wines, London 1'orter, vc, tor nieilicinai iiuriscs. Alio, a fresh Stork of choice lWatiKY OllOCKlliES, whlih will 1 sold at the lowest prices. My Stock Is entirely new, bating been purchased In the last three weeks. Also. new Store Furniture throughout, together with twelve years' experience In compounding and dispensing lledlclne.warrants me In saying that I can olTer at good Inducements to the public as any other cttabnibmcnt of the kind In the Htate of Vermont, and would most resoect- 1 fully Invite the attention of lHyslclans, r'amilirs aao ratienu. Alio, aierrnaniswno aeai in Medi cines aud Groceries. Painters. Drtrs. and Manufac turers, Post Riders, Hotel and Boarding Hons, keepers, end any or all purcbssing Goods, of the above description, to call and examine my Stock anu prices ociore oujing, as quicst imi, tiiiu. morns sxu army Tlx, will the essential principles on which I shall do ousiness. Ihyiilrtaiin Prtucrlptlons will receive the attention which their Importance i demands, and medicines prepared al all hours of the uay and nigni, or onnuays. SiODA WATKK In its season. Alio, Congress Water rfi'rert nw .ini.yi, jntrt aatiyrvaa. 1'atciit .tlcdicincs, of nearly all kinds In nse.on eonslgmnent,from llie Proprietors, and warranted genuine aa they are made. Some are very good and others probably are not worth taking. 1 recommend them no far ther than I know them. SHAKERS' HERBS of nearly all sorts, In small and convenient nackaires. Auo, expected soon, the nioit cesentlal kinds of TIIOMI'SOMAN MKDK'INKS, put nil to mi order by one of the Vacuity of tony 1 V- nilwwlKnvu: ollctllratctl Sarsaparllla, of my own Msnufaclure, at Wholesale and Itetsil at my Store, and for sale by Dutton &. Clark, and A. Dunklee, W. Villagei also by O.J. Martin, mnsaaie, ami umjjguu generally uirougnout me itew biigiana disks. The formula of this arlh-Ie Is risen to the Medl. cal faculty, and rtcompvmhv by tKrm generally, wnerever il nas iteen anown. April 10.IW9. 34 Head Qaarters for G'rotcries, WHEELER &. PltATT'S Imw 1'ricc Store. WHOLES UTS. ASH RETAIL. (Ilhds.P, ILandN O. Sugar; Bbls. Crchs-l and Powdered do.: llhds. P. O. and N. O. Molasses, IS Cliests Y. It. Tea, warranted good ; 10 " Bourbon and Ningyong Teas ; 15 Bags Ilio and Old Java Cone j Box and Cask llaiilni, Ground Spices, Halt and Pickled Fish of all kinds. Mackerel in Kitls aud Quarters, 100 Bags Ground Itock Salt, 300 Bushels American dc, 100 Casks Neils, all sites, Window Glass, " 200 Barrels Extra Family Flour, 100 " Common do. A large assortment of Sbovcls, Hoes, Manure ores, iron Hakes, at, tc. Q7- Time and money saved by railing at 3411 WIIEF.LtIl i. PRATTS DOCT. SEYMOUR'S sax.sak or WZZ.D oncnivY, ooasrarv and tar i lit all Ijttmg Diffialtiti, Onas, CoUt, Infitetaa, Aukma, llAoeixa (Wss, Cnp,. fx. TIII8 Medicine combines all the properties of mAt, it n.tssHn?rrti.lu mnA rtneacioas than the other preparations of vt lid Cherry, and Cough .Medicines eenerallr. It Is lire oared and nut un bv Physicians of several year's practice, and the nt- nii-1 care ooscrrea to mac u a uai n anouid oe. It is in fact the In val id's friend. Pritt (1.00 l IhttUt IVtt'.tt for t SjOO. DUrTO.VJLCL.UtK, bmoir uniy Agents lor iirsttieDorD. NErV HARNESS SHOP. a MIU Subscriber would respectfully Inform the . citiicns of Brattleboto and vicinity, that he has taken a shop opposite the Pbardx House, where he ma carry uu uie Saddle nuil Ilnraeat Mnklnir business in all Its benches. Ilia work win be done In the most thorough manner, and all articles made irons tlie best materials, and perfect satisfaction irarramra. D7 Oiling and Repairing Harnesses done at suort nonce. a. l Ults Jljnu lua. Brattlcboro, March 20, 1 819. 31 JOItlidlJVEKS PILLS. opt VtfttMi Lhuctrud Medico! CvratiM of Us rRENCHCOLLFMEOFHEALTHJN PARIS, The extraordinary untying power of these Plus surpass all other medicine knawn. Consequently, for ordinary physie for family use, they are the most safe and salutary ever offered to the public may be taken at all times and by off. A person thst takes these Pills will never need to tike aa emetic i tot it the stomach is filled with impurities, so s. 10 need an emetic, Uir; v .vmu, cnumj oisioag. ail IOUI mailer. But If the steinsch is healthy, snd no impurities la it, ol tlie sliehtest uwa Is aJl It is now well understood that nlne-tenths of all the eases of consumption, tehich annually consign forty thousand victims to the grave, originate from obstruct- UM.UUK11VJWIUC.n. All this is eDVetusily ensealed by a timely spoilt. , tioa of LA MF.D1CIM; CURATIVE PILLS 1 1 OThe above ue for sale br the foUowieg Ar enta Kexfane, Ilirchsrd tad Sawyer, W. C. P.rryi Wil. llsauvUI.V.UWilluiiuJIiaier tc ClsrkiV.raoaAloa so Newton Ilello a Fsll., Normsa iluris) Suton's River, Russell ft. (Ulerbrooks i Rocktagbam, L. S. Hddy, B. Spaldiagi Cimbrhlgeport, D. V. CushUgl I'uln.y. Iiaae G-out, Wio. L, Uphsmt bummerston, tl. W, Kinersoo sa Kalghti Townsheod, Johnson ti ... .1 I SO... '1' I. I . . . . r. ' . ,,.uciu.. . a-ucni, . M. oo. nil ineham. S. Ooodnow. HI I trern t J.ck.nn.ill. Rum. Mr II Uoweu ; Uuilford, F. P. Adams Ilsldkl, R. K. ic F. Hcnr'l West llalifss, I. Jt S, I. Hitchcock 1 Readaboro, JoelRanney t Wilmiogtoa, Origau Smiths Dover, P. F. Perry 1 Orsfton, Geo. M. Barrett I WsrJ boro, J. 4: It. Rice West Wsrdsboro. Danl.l Ilsrris Son i Noitli Warddioro, Converse ic lllicin.i Jam aica, S. U. Sumner l Windham, Wm. Harris ic. Sont Westminster tUst, Joel AMiich l Westminster West, i: C. .Sln.ld.rd. And by U. II. SALISRllRY, RrstUeboro, General A seat for th. Sbte of Vt. All orders supjIied. f AGENCY OF Vv. S. S, I'ilch's CYlclirniril illcilicini'M, TTSED by Mm willi mill disiingui.hed success In kj cue cure ot i.ougus, ..oniumntlon, uitarrh, 'Asthma, Heart Diseases, Dyipcpsm, lionorrhtcj, l'llo, Female Complaints, cVc, ic. Alro, Dr. H 8. Fitch's Abdominal Supporters, Shoulder Braces, Inhaling Tubes, and lectures on Consumption, and tho art of presetting Life and lic.ilth to nl.lagc. &c,lc- M.DKRT if. DAY BROTHER havo been appointed Agents for the sale of the al,oi e Goods, and will keep them constantly on hand at their Store, A'o 4 Granite Rev, BttiTit.xnor.o. 7- Dr. Fitch's ''fiiMi 11 liealidt, and Di rectione for Proiiuiting Hwlth, ami fnttrvctioit to Mothiri, ia th it'timgtumt of CTiUmi," may be had gratuitously by calling for it at the Store as above. An extremely valuable Dook. ' 39 Crockery it Glass Ware at Cost. AT THE SIGN OF THE ELM TREE. TI71LL iwiiWy bo told for Cosh at Cost, as we VV propose to give up that particular branch of trade. TOWNSLEY & SONS. April 19, 1619 3J Stone 1'ost. A NICK QUALITY of Stone Post for sale, suit able for door yard fences, gate post, and other purpoies. Also A lot of Chettnul Pott for tale by . W" ylsTTES, Bretllchoro.llarcb, 1149, wS0'l EXI1IKITION I qUINCY IIAIili CLOTHING. rpiIIS KlenJe KiUblM.menl. OVER QtIN X UY MARKET. Iim Tor munr vcri entored the htffh reputation of selling the beit, c!if tj il, Ban won iauionnuie Ready Made Clothing of any In the United States. Our .Spring Ac Siuuiuer Stock. con.l.llng of every variety and style of Garment necessary ror a rompiete assortment, is now Itcndy for Kxlilbillon, and will he sold at VERY liOW PRICISS, IIYTIIi: PACKAOK AND AT RKTAIU Kicvy ticrson In want nt' a Garment for his own wear, combining GENTILITY, DURAUILITY, mi twrr.t nvKSji. .i,nt,t t.i. Q UIJS'CY II JILL, ami he mijr 1 tnurtd of getting a goo-l article for t lime money I in Mauion to oar iwaajr isiotiiing, we hare a Ure and rplendld aiiortineot of new aod fniblonaMe for Spring wear, comprising all the styles worn on either Continent, which we will make to order, aud our Custom Work WurrniUrsl to be in ferior to none In Boston, and at prices ONE QUARTER. Z.BS8 than Is usually charged hythe Fashionable Houses. Er WIlOLESAIJi DEALERStrom the coun try, and Traders from the South and Weil are In vited to visit our Establishment, and we will show them a larger auortovnt of Goods, and at lower Pr'xet than they can be purchased for In New cngianu, INDIA. RUDDER GOOD8 AM) CALIFORNIA OUTFITS VEHY CHEAP. Mm Simmons & Company, QUINCV IIALIs BOSTON, March 13, 1(49. 3m3l PATENTS. American ami Foreign Office AmJAsemyorlU U. Stain IUti OJtee, Wadij- H"l S. J t ft e)J 4J V. ritllK inWrlWr, bf appolntmctit from the Com X m I u loner ol ratcnts. U astnl of the U, B. IV lent Office for rrctif1nj ami forwarding to the tame model. fpeciraen or roennfKlttrei. to be patent ed, or dejiodted thcrelowhich will I tent Jrn of u7Mf m riev,BiHi wiia ucwi( is. ue iu prrpsrm Carta u, Fpedflcationt, Auinmenti, and all the titctwMty liipen and l)rawtijft for ratentt; will male mearcbei Into American and Foreign wort, to teat me vuiiiitf or iarentJonstana ren der advice on Irral and telentifle maUcn. respect log the tame. lVieou aeenred in Karopc and oih tr countries. II apptrratlon to this office torenton are aired the time and tost of a Journey to Waihlojtoo and delay there, u well aa all pcrtonal trooble In ODiuum; incir paienis, warn itare uie u- TanK of nrooaVv cablilnEmr their iorentlotu. and of maltiptj in rerpeel to them ; utaftirt, in gtmntl. $f paraMtomnt inporlcmrt in ocdrr to Ufa in comet rjn eificutHMi nd china. The esjerience of uitttn jean' practice, an ex tenth e collection of rare works, J ecu ion, kc on mechanical lubject, the Patent Lawt, and patenti of diflerent roontrief, rllected at mnch epepM during the long time tills office hai been established, tocttber with aceoonti here kept of Inventions patented at Watbincton, ewiwe tne t nwenoer to anoru 10 iarentori,aeiir ooj of nrocnrinif IVenU. aaiUtanceand Infoma lion which in other reipecU might be difficult of attainment. It II. EDDY, Cirll Engineer. Ept. l. 1J1 W. O. Spurr & Co., MAxuracToaEBt ad psalms i Opmile ike Stage House, DrattlHoro, Vt. YY7HRRE voa can be arcommo.lal.il villi Hat. IT or Caps at aa low prices, ami of as line quality, ... w,. w, iMV HU.II.11, hiii. wi i. u jiciiur (iiuftn lo ai.yibliiK tbat can be fonnd in this vicinity, tfease call anil examine for vourselves. At the iame place yon will And all the variety of for Men and Uovs. ALSO, Trunks. Valises, Gloves, Umbrella., guy. 07 Hats and Caps made to order to suit the mosi uuncaii customers. Urattieboro, .April 26, 1649. CLOTHING! AT Tn Brattlcboro Clothing Warclloust, viremy vppoeae e-mth t Stage Jlouie. ITMIP. lli.i.rll.. .. I V.. ... X andSHtHincr Trade. We have on nana oi our own manutacture 80 nress Coats, made np from Eng. and American uroadcloths ; 60 Frock Coats " " " do, du.t 100 Sack Illack, Brown and IUoe do, do.; PMlnn U.imn,.H.l It.... f ... . ISO Tain l'anta, made tip flora Doeskins and Csi- 75tBinslo and Double Ilreasted Vests, mad up front Velvet and Satin ! ISO do. do. do. do. made up irom t otton biticand worsted j Green Spencers, Overalls, Bfriped Shirts, Overall Shirts, Gingham Shirts, Linen do., Silk and Cotton Wraiia and Drawers, Iloiomt and Collars, Cravats. Rfni.L. ntnvA. it.,, r... ci Trunks and Vnll.cs. 1 A tanait JtsoniJuasT or BOYS' CLOTHING. Broadcloths, Cnssimercs & Vestings, Croton Coatings, Knnlnelts, Indiana Cloths, Brown Linens. a, a very extensive assortment, for sale In any iuantity,or made np In the most fashionable man ner to order, latins very experienced wotkmen, and one yf the tnot fashionable Cutters from the i ily, we warrint to furni.h a Utter and ckeaptr snlt of cl.iihca than can bo obtained al any Clothing llstablisbment in Boston. CUNB, GdODHUE t CO. Ilratllcloro, An II a, 1 B49, jj BOOTS, SHOES AND RUB REUS. JUST received by the subscrilicr, the larcest as sortment of BOOTH and SHOES he has ever otrered In this plaro. They were booglil for Cash, and wUX bo sold low for the same, or approved credit. T. B1HONDS Oct. 10, 1848, g I'ai-kcr's Ilorso Italic. 1MII8 slmtile. but orrut hlor tarinq llatliue, tor .sale by JOSKl'U STKKN, Aprlt IU, 1849. swss SUGARS, sScO. "pOnTOllICO, Orleans, llavann Kucarsl X double refined Lnef, Crushed and Towdered do. St. Croix and lorto ltico Molasses i .Tn v. n.l W. I. Colfee, Rice, and a general assortment of uruevrtt's, recently receireu, lor sale low by ' ApHl 56,1849, WILLISTON ft TVLTir, TO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC! VISIT ZIHAJD QUARTERS, ron voim AS many of our ritbens, and New Knglandrrs In neighboring towns, are aliout starting for the NEW EJLoDORA'DO, California Gold Diggings, and having no experience si to what they will re quire for their convenience and comfort, or In pur chasing at TjO W P RICES, or, in short. In getting a Gooil.Kuitnl'lc Outfit, TOR A XTTS SWOHTEY, THEV SHOULD GO TO HEAD QUARTER!)', OAK HALL, KOStfON. Itattoj; made the OUTFiTTINQ BUSINESS ouriiudr, (ttiree-roanM or rojr entire fowe. nvm trine wme llftjr rlerks, telng all entrefeO In this new tranch of our trade) and hating fitted oat number of extendi re roropanleti we are pre? red to luruiiii our patron i witu a PRINTED liIST of all lattaMc irtlclei rcQntred. and alio Infonna- tlon conferring the rerioui routes 'to the Gold IU gioni. it it amuiinj to tee da!Ij ihronjd lth varion proupi td roen, joung roen,Doy nut ana 4rt verjierr aamtiunjf wnere tiiejr arc bound, out oatnt leiectrd from taa lot lowing useful MIJVLXG .'IflTICLESi renerall j tella tire itorvt Feather Rtrcr Oretroati; Hfanith or CatifoniiiXJlcMiltJ. adapted to the doa lf porpofe of Cloak bj day and iJlantet at niht Satterc I-oo Mlalnjr WaUtroatj Linen Sarkif Thin rnti Ught Ve-t; (HI or India Ttnhber BsUiiUfe rrrterrera hthmni XStc, for park rattles', Canteens; TrareUng Bafft; ltooti: Gold Iisjra t Tents, one of which ran he seen pitched at Oak I tail liotnndai iiammocas; tatreHesi uiank lH....t.s. sf.a,- T.t:.Cl.I.. i i aiHuiiw aeus ui j 4i(rcu A f m las uuu a- a lie.) 1-lannel Shirts and Drawers; Knit Under Mutts and Drawers j cravats or blocks -, rocket Handkerchiefs; Fine fshlru; "El Dorado Capsj California Hats; Bowie Knives: rocket Knives j lurks) l iiton; traveling irunaat uarpci ii(rt Umbrellas: Morcy Belts; Hair and Tooih Brash es; fancy Soaps; rocket Combs and Mirrors. ALSO, A LARGE IXTT OK Ready Made Clothing, CHEAP, FOR SHIPPING. xKinrxira oiotbes, FOB LABORIKO CLASS, JACKETS, OVKHAL.LS, COATS, STOUT TANTS, 80CKS, kC 'Wc hope tliat all who are going will socceedto their anticipations, Lut they will not unless they lay tn a cood suprdv ot the above named articles. II accounts from California are correct, il will re- rruirs ine to pnrrhaj auj of the ahore useful articles oat inre. pnnteu list (tor iirons or in is esiabiisn Acnt) of nMiii-ynkIrMPired for tlx months, 'ne. iwo. orthrre Trs'ouuit. toeeitter (th tros- pmatrxpUnatorr of Tarions routes, ran be hadbjr poit aid application addressed to (DAIS EI-HlIsILo When a larpo eomptnjr nrclabdeHre It, one of my Trarelins Agents wUlbe deipatrhrd to their urucr. Together with the atxire, we hare an BXTENSIVB STOCK Or EVERY GRADE OF r7o cr rrrk ls as rwr-i. .-r. me iJ uu xr T-i r CJ VJt-T 9 adapted to those who hare not caught the "Gold tcTcr," ana preicr to remain at nome. RECAPITULATION or inovx Axrtctca WITH FRICES ATTACHED. Spanish or California Cleak?, fcr dsrtlc puroose. Blankets or Cloaks, 3,50 to 15,00 "leather Hirer" llinlnK Coats, 80 to toyoo CapL Sutter's lone alining Waistcoats, ipO to 250 sjnen cactsor inin (.oats, 71 to 15 Thin I'siits, adapted to that climate, SO to 2,00 Vests, of various patterns, SO to 1,50 Old Suits, adapted to the voyage and the rainy season, 1,75 to 2,00 mnia ituooer sjoat or uipes, c,oo to B,50 India Rubber Fknts, 3,00 to 3, India Hubbcr Life Preservers, 50 to ipo Isthmus Bags, for l'ack Moles, 1,75 to 2,25 Canteens, for drink, SS to 1,00 Traveling Bajs, ipoto ,00 Gold Baps, so to IflO Tents, of various patterns, (one ran lie seen pitched at Oak Hall Itotnnda) Spo to 40.00 Hemp llammocks, for slinging In the open air, 1,75 to ifiO Mairctses, IjOOto 10 Blankets, Ipo to Jo .uMfuiiu si.n,iurpniirciian irom va Insects that Infest the mineral region. lancy Striped Travelling Shirts, i) 71 iwilldlMtrlpedShitts, for mining 41;t So lied FlanncltShlrts, Drawers, ic. "i:i I ) Blue llannel Shirts, 1.25 tl 15 CravaU or Stocks, 17 to raw rocket llaulkercniela, S5 u ;o line bliirts, with Unen Jloioms, Lol. lars and Wristbsods, - 75 to 10 California Caps, 25 to 1 ,00 TampicoHau, 75 to 1,00 rocket Knives, I. lo 1,50 Bowe Knives, with Beits for risUila, complete, 5,00 to tfiO Dirks or large Knives, SO to 1,50 Belt, Sheath and Knife, complete, 37 to 75 Tin Cup, llalc, Spootr; tc, all for SO Pistols, Revolvers, tc;r 3.0010 12,00 Travelllug Trunks, ,00to 3,50 Travelling Bags, (very handy fn trar. elling to tho mines from San Francisco,) 1,00 to 1,50 Umbrellas, for the rainy season, 37 to 1,00 Clothes, Hair and Shoo Brushes, 17 to SO 1 anry soaps, per rake, 3 to 121 Pocket Combs, rocket Mirrors, ic, 3 lo 21 Specie Bells, SO to 1,00 5ocks, of Woolen, Cotton, Tdncn, !, ISA to SO Gloves, Black Mitts, te, 17 to 1,00 Jtlloing, or Laboring Jackets. 1,25 to 1,75 Alining, or Laboring Pants, 1,00 to 2 SO Mining, or Laboring OrrralK SO lo 75 AUo. Tooth Brushes, loi ket Books. Memoran dums, Wallets, Smoking Caps,Night tNips, Towels, oueci., mow. iKiiuui; tr,, iooi;tiu.K wim kvcut vsrictv or Travcliii;' and Convenient Articles! Combining the iarirct assortment in the Otttflt Istlt; a-tntl ul any eslatillslitncnt in tne umtcq States By selecting Irom this ussortment, the trouble of running round to variois establishments will be avoided, as here you can find every thine wanted, from n PICK AXE to a CA PT, SUITER LONG MINING WAISTCOATI OAK H .ft. L L , ffiS'ff53'o 324,36, 38 ANN STREET, WOODBN HUILIjIHG, DIAMOND VltJ)0VS, NEARLY OPP0SITE MERCHANTS' ROW. G, W, SIMMONS & CO, February, 1849. 3moSS PURIFIED Oil of Lemon, Hose, and concen. trated extract of Vanilla, prepared by Ur. J. K. Holton.forseleby J.8TEEN. ArritlC,lf4?. 85 CoHiiccUciit River Ralli-oatl. r.a,'.-l JIT1 DASSESOEIlTnAINSr., eented.l s LEAVE RPIllNntriKr.Ts For Brattlcboro, at 7 A, M, and 3 45 1. M. I.EAVK BUATTLKBOKO For Sprlnglleld, at 7J A. lit, and 4 45 P. M. Passengers leaving Brattlcboro al 7 30 A. M. ar. rite at Springfield at 10.20 A. M,nnd can proceed directly by the Hartford and New Haven lEallrotd and Steamboat lo New York, or walling till It p, M, can Icavo for Worcester, lWldcnce, Albany Troy, tc1 by the trains of the Western Itailroed. j nose leasing urattieboro at 4 45 J'.JI, arrive at Springfield at 7 40 P. HI, and can proceed directly to New York cily by the night train and steamboat. UETURNIXO. Pastejigers leaving New i'ork by the New Haven Boat at 7 A.M. or by the New York and New Haven Bail Road at 6 A. it. or Albany b. tl. Western Rail Hoed at 7 A. M, arrive In Sprier;. Held In season for the 2J I'. M. train for Brattleboro, 07 Fare from Brattlcboro to New York via Hartford and New Haven Itailroad, ttfiO. MaacuaxDizc Tanas run daily. ( Snails vs ex cepted. JUSIAU 1IUI.1, Rspt March 1, ISO. tf Vermont antl ,1IasacIiHcfl KAIXXOAB. nraihlTl kfa1 ni ttur Monday, f&l&m4 U MAItCII S.U49, !'..' X Rrr Tralna In connection with the Fltchbnrg Railroad will run as follows : UP TItAlNB Leave Bolton at 7.30 A. and 3.40 P. H Fitchlmrg at 9 A. M, and 5J3 P. M, and arriri tl Brattleboro 12.15 and Ii, V. II. DOWN TRAINS Iavc Brattleboro at 9 A. It., and 12.50 p, H. Fitchbnrgat 12 M, and 3i5 P. M,and arrive it Boston at 2, and 5i0 P. M. Connect, at Sooth Venton, with the Trains of the Connecticut River Railroad, making a comma nicaiion with New York, via Northampton, Spring field, and Hartford) Albany, via Western Railroad. At Ashbumham the 7 JO A. M. and 3.40 P. II. Trains connect with the Trains of the Cheshire, Snlllvan and Central Railroads, via Kecne and Bellows Falls, to Windsor, Northneld and Hailing, ton. At Groton, with Trains of the Nashua and Wor cester Itoad, by which a direct communication Is made, without delay, with Nashua, Manchester sad Concord, N. ILl Worcester, l'rovidence. Noiwich and Springfield ; also, via the Stony Brook Kailmsi with, Lowell, Lawrence, Salem, Newburyport and tlie East. Upon the arrival of the Cars at Gardner, a Stars will leave for Hubbanliton at Templetoa, for Phlllipston, Petersham, Ihma and Greenwich. Stages, at Montague, eonuect with Sunderland, Amherst, Hadley, Leveret!: also, with Grcenfeld. Shelburne Palls, and tie WetL Upon the arrival of the Cars at Draitleboro, Stages leave Immediately for Wilmington, Ben nington, Newfane,Towushend, Pntney and Bellows Falls. FREIGHT TRAINS Leave Boston dally for Brattleboro at 4 JO A. M.j Fitrhburg.atlS M. Leave Brattleboro daily for Boston at 4.40 A.M. 8. Y. JOHNSON, Engineer. Fitchburg, March S, 1(49, 30 CIIESIIIKR ItAILnOAD. OVKS TO BELLOWS FALLS. SSJb Pil'M Q '"d aAcrMondsr.Jsnnsrv (th. 1ft 9. Passenger Tralna will leave Boston in connection with the Fitchburg trains, daily, al 7 o'clock, A.M. and 3 45 P. M. Leave Bellows Falls al I 20 P.M. and S 20 P.M. Paasencers by the first train unwill nroceed direct ly through to Bellows Falls, and by first train down directly through to Boston. Paescngers by last train up and last train down will remain at If eene over night, and arrive at Bos ton at 10 o'clock, and at Bellows Falls at 8 o'clock, the following morning. All the above trains connect with the trains over the Sullivan Railroad, now open to Chariestown, N. II., mekjngk continuous Hailroea line from Boston to that place. Also at Groton with, the trains of the Nashua and Worcester, and Stony Brook Bail roads, by which a direct communication both ways, without delay at Groton, Is established between Con cord; Manchester, Nashua, Lowell, Lawrence, aad the State of Maine) Worcester, Providence, Seer York City and Albany; and Keene, Walpots, Bel lows Falls) Itutland.all Western Vermont, Charttt- WloIMM4t ill. nll Ium. of lL4Vennoai Central and Passnmpslc Railroads. " Stages run in connection with this line from Winchendon to Itindge and Jeffrey ; from Fitiwill lam to Richmond, Winchester, Hinsdale and Brat tleboro. From Keene to Chesterfield and Brattleboro: from Bellows Falls to Rutland, Whitehall and Bur lington. From the Sullivan Bail road at Chariestown, to Claremont, N'ewport,Spr!ngfield, Weathersfield and Windsor, Woodstock and Hanover. Passengers leaving Bellows Falls at 1 30F. M, can reach New York City, via Worcester and Nor wich, the next morning, at 5 o'clock. Freight trains will run in connection with the usual Fitchburg trains. L. TILTON, Engineer. Eecne.Jau'yS, IWJ. tf 22 H7i a srw -ww w? ear ets THE subscriber now offers for sale his Farm, well known as the "Msjor Houghton Farm," situated in the centre of the town of GailfonLand contalnbr about S30 acres of Land. On said Farm is a large two story house, together vrith barns and other buildings In good repair. The Farm is suitably divided into wood, mowing, tillage and pasture, and well watered, and contains a large variety of fruit trees, a good sugar orchard, tc. 07" As tha advertiser Is under the necessity of selling, the Farm will be sold low. LOVELL BULLOCK. Guilford, Sept. 27, 1640. iffeuBt Eagle Tripoli. V NEW and superior article for cleansing and xL polishing all finished metalie surfaces, sach as Silver Plate, Brass, Britannia and other wares Also, for cleansing glass windows, mirrors, se . or sale in large or small quantities by JJU TTON & CLARK. jlrattleboro, (rt 25 1148. 10 sxzxr naasiKa. OFT UU) CI I A l. ft, for Sheep Marking, con stantly far aale .n-jargeor small quantities, imssi ni imtgt ana juraiciars, oj OSATJIAN P. HALL t CO, DmooisTi, Iy3 M. 1 Union Street, BOSTON. A Dead Shot Ibr fled Dugrs ! BLEEP IN PEACEII THE Dead Shot Bed Bug Poison has become a celebrated article .for the destruction of these noxious vermin. His certain id Its effects, costs but a trifle, and leaves behind for a long time ft train of death to these tormentors of our nightly rest. E7For tale by Dotton &. Clark, and A. Dank- lee, Brattleboro) Birchard & Sawyer, Fayetlexille! ll. liirctianl, uummeruon ; connson ix tvciucnicc, Tcncnthendt Birchard, Lirermore & Co., Jamaica; Sumner Bowen, JaclecnciUc ; A.T.& L.W. Child i, 117raiitoa. tw THE VERMONT MORGAN. AGAIN comes the above Hone, and abetter Stock Horse never stood In this Coan ty, for his Colts have been sold tap a blfber nrlco tlian any other Colts whatever. Hit Colts are four, years old this Spring, aud can be seen at samples of his Steclo This Ilorso was raised in Walllngford, Vl,ond has been owned in Brattleboro for four or five years past, and his Stork Is superior to any other ever In litis section, so allowed by the best judges of good lrrA. W ,-nnM O.ntl.man. brine ron certifi cates Irom more than one hundred that now have hit Colls ) but al thU'Horso and his Stock are so well known wo consider this nseless. Ho is the handsomest, most spirited, best broke, and bast hu mored Hone ever brought into this section. The Vermont Illoraau Is now owned in Dnmmenton, and after July 7th, may be found at Caleb Tell 's Stable, in Dummers ton. He may bo found between May the 7th and July 7th as follows : On Mondaya, at Marlboro IW,M. TV..,!... wnn. m.m. x.wfanet Wednesdays, at Fayettevllle f Thursday! al Caleb Tuft'. l,;mm.rn, V'ri.l.v. at jAa L. SST- ceant'a, West Brattleboro) Baturdi.s. at T. C Urd's, East Brattleboro. . x ilVOOlll IV,.. iw.-. Brattleboro, May 7, 1849. 1 iHHlcjr Mill Saws NE v ARTICLE for Saw, Mills, Jii. reived for isle by WILLISTON i- TY1. April 4, 1149 Mb !r4 VTJjJ, "