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IUr"rnai by JOSEPH CJ.AKK, nnd I N. THOKN, llrat
tleboro, Vt., and by Drtigftlsta In eYrry towti In the United
t.Mei. J, M. Henry, Wntcrbury, Vt., wholesale agenj I for
1U5VII2V QK Tina MARKETS
nonloii Protliicii Mnrkcl-Wedsmdat, March, 10.
KbJUK The demand foi Flour lifts been quite steady but
moderate the put week, but the frllng Is my firm, with
Unlit receipts nuw aud prosi-ectlvely. S.iles of common brands
Western hare been nt $5 25 a $5 60 j fancy brands $5 75
a $0 25 t common extras $0 60 a 0 76 ) And family and supe
rior brand I at $7 a $8 per bbl, including Oenesef, Ohio mid
Michigan, St. Louis Flour Is selltng at 17 a $9 25 per bbl
for family and superior, and a favorite brand selling at the
UUT rte, OanvU Flour Is firm at $5 75 a 0 for fancy,
0 50 a 8 79 for common extras, and $7 a 17 75 for faintly and
superior. Corn meal, Is firm at $1 10 a $ 1 25, and Kye Flour
$3 75 ft $1 50 per bbl, for common and extra. It uck wheat U
dull and lower, with salesat (1 75 a 2 per 100 lbs. lly auc-
tlon, 600 bids high grade St. Louis 1 lour, damaged nt, $0 75
(7 50 per bbl, cash.
OH, UN Corn H firm, and 2 a 3c per bushel higher than
noticed last week. The sales bars bee" to a fair extent at 02
a 5o for Souther yellow, at the close held for an advance
on U5c; and 91c for white. Oats have been sold to some ex
tent at 69 a 60c per tush, motly at C0c, for Northern and
Dana la. In Hye the sales have been sold at 91c per bush,
now held at VJc. Hurley is dull, and prices are nominally 70
a 76c per bush. White beans are flrui and In demand, with
sales of common at 75c a 21, blue ixkI at (1 80 a $1 40 Add
extra pea and marrow at $1 50 a $1 87 J pr bush. In Cana
da Ft is. sales at 41 05 a 1 1 10 nerbushel.
PROVISIONS. Pork has declined, but 1ms been In more
active demand. The sales comprise about l&oObbls at $13 60
a sit ou tor prime , 719 vj a f iw wi ior mess,) and ('id 00 a
$21 60 for clear, cash and 4 mos. Betf Is aulct and Arm.
Bales of Kaitern and Western mess and extra mess at $9 a
14, cash and 4 0101. Lard Is steady, with further sales At
iv a 13c m i)iia ana tierces, ana wjn i in kegs; ara
Smoked llama are selling at 10 J a lie per lb, rash and 4 ms.
In Tickled Haras there has been sales at Ojc rr lb caili,
Ilutter Is Arm, with sales of good and choice extra New York
and Vermont at at 24 a 20c and common and fair 18 a 23c pr
lb. Canada and Western Is selling at 12 a 21c per lb, as to
quality. Cheese Is quiet. Pales of comniod and fair at 8 a
10c, and g-od ana extra at 10 a 12c per lb.
Cnmbrlfltfc Cnlllc MnrUrt Wednesday, March 10.
Iteported for the Doton Journal.
At market 7C1 Cattle, about 000 Beeves and 101 Stores,
omitting of Working Oxen, Cows, and one, twoandthne
Paices .Market Reef Extri, (8 00 a 8 50 lit quality,
$7 60 a 7 75 2d quality, $8 $0 25) 3d quality, $6 25) orJI
114 ry, 4 25.
Stores Working Oxen From $90 a $176.
Cows and Calves $30, 40, 60 a $C3.
Yearlings None. Tiro Years Old ill a 20.
7'Ares Years Old $27 a $31.
Sheep and Lambs 2180 nt market. Trices In lots, $2 25,
$2 50 a 3 00 each 1 Kxtra, $4 4 50, 0 a $7, or from 4 J a 0o
per lb. live weight.
Hides 7J a 8c per lb. Tallow 71 a 8c per lb.
Pelts tl 50 a tl 75 each. Calf Skins 14 a 15c per lb.
N. 11. Ifcef extra and first quality includes nothing but
the best large, fat, stall fed Oxen.
Second quillty Includes the grass fed Oxen, and the best
stall fed Cows, and the In-st three year old Steers.
Ordinary consists of Bulls,
Sheep Extra Includes Cossets, and when those of Inferior
quality ara thrown cut.
Remarks. There Is a better supply of cattto at market to
day! no Improretneut In quality. Sales nut so quick ( prices
remain about the same as lat week fur the best cattlej low
er grades not so high by 25c V cwt, There were quite n
number of buers from Providence, 11. I. Sheep soli about
the same as last week; some few lots sold at 25c r head low
er, as there was less dt mand for them.
New York, March 16. 11013 The demand Is quite mod
e. ate atli a 18c for fair to selected 681, and 5 a 7c for '57s.
WOOL The demand for the moment Is limited, but the
stock of desirable qualities is light and prices are firm, which
accounts for the present qulctnde. Wc do not look fur much
activity iii Native fleeces in this market new, as the stock I
almost exhausted, prices are too high to speculate, so that
dealers and manuf..cturtrs only buy In small parcels, accord
ing to their absolute wants. The sales includes 70,000 lb.,
half to rull blood fleeces at 4i a 65c. for, (choice Saxony Is
held 70S75c.)( 90,000 lb. pulled. No. 1, city and country
Saxony, at 33 a 563 ) 150 bales medium to fine California, at
In this village, the 12th Inst., by Iter. Mr. Adams. Mr.
GE0P.au P. CAItPKNTHK and Miss SAHAII DWKtXY.
both of Springfield, Mass.
In Wardsboro, Ftb. 7, by Uev. It. D. Miller, Mr. HF.NKY
W. ESTABUOOK and Miss IIOS Utr A II. TIKE, both of
In Jacksonville, March 9, by Iter. Mr. Clifford. Mr. W. S.
BISHOP of Marlboro, and Miss MAUY E. UKIANT of Hall
fax. Mr. FRANKLIN JOHNSON and Miss HANNAH
BISHOP of Marlboro.
In Woodstock, Much 10th, by Uev. J. S. Iee, Mr. 3. F.
W1IITNF.Y, of Fayettevllle and Miss KOSA K. BUIDOES.of
In Ilartland, March 10, by Uev. J. S. Lee, Mr. E. MARSH
GOODWIN, or East Montpclier, and Miss ELLEN A.
BREWSTER, of Ilartland.
Id Vernon, March 9, II EN P. Y S. EMMONS of OrcenflcM,
Ms , nnd A. LYDIA BAKTLETT of Guilford.
In West Halifax, March 16th, by Kev. Geo. O. Atkinson,
Mr. ELIJAH W. SMITH of Urcenfteld, Mass., and Miss
MELINDA E., daughter of William Plumb, Esq, of West
" In this village, March 15, TROWIUUPOE TYLKlt" onTy
sou of Uev. Oeo. 1'. Tyler, aged 13. WILLIAM CABOT
SALISBURY, son of Oeo. II. Palisbury, 10.
In Brattleboro, March 6, AUBIE S. MILLER, daughter or
Mary and the late O.K. Miller, formerly of Pumraerston, aged
4 years and 0 months. Winters lu N. Y. please copy.
In Kussclburg, Pa., REUBEN AKELEY, 69. formerly of
In Newfaoe, Marc't 4th, Mr. JOSEPH HARMS, aged 01
years. Printers In Mass., are requested to notice. March
9th, Miss GERTRUDE L. BROWN, aged 20 years. She was
a dutiful child, au affectionate sister, and esteemed by all who
knew her. Com.
In Charlestown, N. II., Feb. 25th, Mr. B A UN I'M IIAR
LOW, formerly of Springfield, aged 81. Printers In Vt. and
Mai-, please1 copy.
In Halifax, March 4th, PF.RSI3 M., wife of Israel Wood
ward, aged 73.
In Wardsboro, Feb. 3, Mrs. LUCY 0 , relict, of the late
Win, C. Plimpton, aged 04. She hoped In Christ above, for
salvation, more than eighty years, and has now gone to be
with him, which Is "far better."
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
have this day given my son EZRA E. FISHER his
time to trade and act for himself) I shall claim none of his
earnings. nor pay any of his debts during the remainder of
his minority. ASA FISHER.
Brattleboro, March 12th, 1S59. 3w-ll
A SEWING MACHINE FOR S4.
ON RECEIPT OF $4 I "WILL SEND TO
any address, by Express or otherwise,
The. SeliVTIsrcadlug 10 Sewing Mnchlue;
and for $18 will send
The Patent Double Hack Stlirh 30 Sewing
Machine, which for Simplicity, Usefulness and Beauty
cannot be equalled. A llbertl discount to Agents and those
purchasing large quantities.
Agents wanted. Address, V. McNALLY,
Mansfield Centre Ct.
March 16, 1859. 4w-H
2000 Bu.heUTnrk. I.lnud SollJ
IOO ling. A.hloD KlncSnln
100 ling. Mnr.hnll'. Fine Sail;
800 Hug. C. Fine Salt
2000 Bag. Ground KocltSnlt I
AT NYHOLEBALE AND HETAII,
Br rnosT & qoodiiue.
Much 18, 185S. 11
200 Vu.hrl. Herd. Gran. Seed
5000 lb.. Wr.tcrn ClarerScrd
300O lb.. Putney Clover Seed I
1000 Bualicl. Red Top Scrd
AT-WHOLESALE AMD 1IKTA1L ,
Djr rnosT & oooonuE.
BrttUeboro, March IS, 1853.-U
C! CYTHES ! SCYTHES !
FROST f. GOODIIUi:
Are Agent, for the .ale of
BLAKCIIARD'S CELEBRATED BCVTHES
WJNSTED MANUF'O CO.'S CELEBRATEI1 SCYTHES )
D" and will lupplj Merchant, at manuracturera pricea.
A I N T S
PURE GROUND U DRY WHITE LEAD) .
VRENCII ZINCl AMERICAN ZIN0
TRENCH VELLOWl VENETIAN RED
WIIITINQ) PUTTY, Rair and Boiled
LINSEED OIL) JAPAN) TURPENTINE;
VARNISHES) together with ft full aiiortment of
CARRIAUE k FANCY PAINTS anil COLORS)
Tor Bale low at wholeiale and retail, by
TYLER t THOMl'SON.
March 11. nll
JJEEUS GRAB) SEED,
RED TOP SEED,
ell if TRIME quality, for aale WHOLESALE and RETAIL,
by TYIjER fc THOMPSON
March IL 4.10
STILL THEY COME.
Th nlarased having formed a copartnership under the
JIASKHI.r, k WALKER,
for carirlDf an (he Mereantlle'builnen, would reirertfullr
... irVr1 na "entiemen or wiLJUHirron
.ad rWaltr that iher ar. now riinr im Bwnvnt
of all klada of Ooodf anally kept In a country Store, which
.Jr , ! . " oll wnu, ai me lowest poa
flble rrlee. for Caah or rmod .Vrr .,, , .!.
II. A W, baring had long eaperlenee in Trait flatter
fbcaielret that they are able to hold out such Inducements
t purehaMTi as will be satisfactory to all. They will bo
happy to show their floods at all times, and would tordially
CT All kinds of TarmcTlM'roduxetaken'ln exchange fbi
diMt ai fair price. WM. B. HASKELL,
Much , x8M.H3w.n CIUfl WALKEB';
NKW 13X01, VNU AlliMlSlXttti
THE OmA lUMKDY.
rplIK Kastern Stnt s, lnc!ti led In that section of the Union
X which Is most n hit ly known ai "New" England,1 contain
A thrifty, Industrious, int-llitrcnt tcojik, who have aclil-jtcd
an uncommon degree of ir. rltjrj with A climate extreme
ly trying to certain conUWiuUi, and a soil of small fer
tility, they hate contrived to surnsss more f.-n on d communi
ties in almost ctery tiling that conduct s to social comfort and
hat'idncn, Unfortunately, they are occasionally si ab
lorbc.1 dn-businvss nnd mental cultivation, that they neglect
the precautions which are essential to botllly health, Bys
bepsla and physical debility are prevalent among all cIassps
The first dUeae Is produced by Inattenthn to the digestive
organs, which are so susceptible1 of dcrangiinenl. Thou
sands ire now paying the penalty of this neglect, nnd suflYr
Ing d.lty the most trying pains, almost without a hope of re
lief. They have come to Mlevethat their ailment Ischroulc,
and that thy must bear with It to the end. It gratifies us
exceedingly to announce t) these afflicted Individuals that
they m ty now command n remedy of unquestionable potency
and virtue, which h is rnmr been found to fall In all cases of
digestive wcaVlinfss or derangement. 11 mid nils of tongues
are. ready to gww eloquent In praise ff this wonderful con
qmror of dys)-p9ia, which It known as
IK. J IIOSTKTTKK'S
cruinr.ATKD stomach niTTi:ns.
Ilut that numerous clan who devote themselves to literary
And other silentary pursuits, and lit cmistqii'-ticc of n nant
of physical exercise, become the victims of languor nnd de
bility, without nerve or appetite, have hitherto sought In vain
for some Invigorating, liffgtvlng modlflne, whose effects
shalt be both Seedy and ptrmanent. Physicians of emi
nence, and profoundly ncqulnted with the requln mcnts of
the human frame, commend HUSTKTTKI.'S IIIITKHS as the
safest and swiftest stimulant to the recuperatire energies of
the system yet discovered. It restores the appetite, gives
fresh vigor to the digestive organs, sends tho blood through
the veins with a more llrety current, corrects a tendency to a
depression of spirits, and fits a man for the transaction of
hmluess with a cheerful heart and an active mind. Unlike
other mnllclncs which have beat devised for the same objcU,
the HITTERS do hot actspan.fdlcally,or with a tempo
rary Kiwer the Influence of the remedy Is lasting. Ami If
a patient will but give some attention (o securing proper ex
trclse, after the relief has Irccn afforded, lie need fear no re
turn of the (.miction. The debility natural to the encroach
ments of years upon the bodily frame Is nUo alkylated by
this great strengthening inediclno, thus enabling the aged to
pass their declining dajs In physical ease) whereas they are
now sulTiTlns: from extreme weakness and nervousness. To
this nn-rahte rlass nf popple, IIONTKTTKRVN HIT
TKRS may be commcmUft as lnvalu,tlk, Ihe proprietor
of this Invlgorator have, lit addition, a dp gratlncatton In
assuring NUltSINQ .MOTHKUS that they willflnj the II IT
TKRS the best and sifeit nf resbrratlves. Very few medi
cines are sanctioned by physicians as pre per to bs ndmlnls
tert'd during tlf period of iiurslng and tills has bbtalncd a
tTThoe who desire tfl purchase this great remedy fr
Iyp'psla and Dtbllity should remember the precise tltl,
llotrttrrH Crlrltrntrtl Slotunrh Illtlrr It
IsptituplnqitartlHHIIes, with the name, 1U, J, IIUS
TKTTKIlS STOMACH IIITTKItM, bbwn on
the bottle, and also staminil on the cap covering the cork,
with the autograph of MOUTLTTKIl k H.MITH on Uie laliel.
These things are Important on account of the numtrous
Counterfeits now In the market
ItT Prepared and sold by I10STKTTEH k B.M1TI1, Pitts
burgh, l'a. and also sold by all druggist, grocers, and deal
ers generally throughout the United State, Canada, South
Aiiiri 11 1. 11 on n rnuuiv
S-.I.l by I. N. TllOKN. nratlMioro. and bv dmlrrs ev.rr.
where. J V.Y.KS k I'OITKII. Huston.
eowly-11 (leneral AgcnU
'1)UY MK AND I'LL DO YOl GOOD."
JD llllALTII AND STRENUTH SECUI1M).
Ily tliu oof tlio lirca! Srliif iiikI SutniiUT Jlcdicine
DR. LuNGLEY'd ROGT AND HERB EITTaRS,
Comvotrd of Sarttipnrilta, Wild Chtrrv. Ytllnw Unci.
PricUv Ath. TSorouuhlcort. llkubarb. ManJrair. Hand..
Han, Ae., allot whirh art nocnmpoundid at fo aef ft con
crrf, arid n.f.tf .Vorurr fti trattkalintj ditto.
llic inVct of tlill meiliciii'. h most vvoiikrftil It nets ill-
ri-ctly uwn the ImiwcIs and blood, by remohie all ohstrur.
lions from the internal orpin, stlinulatlnff th-m Into heallliy
action, renovating the fountains o'f life, ruirlfj Inr the bl.l,
clcanslne; It from nil burnorvaud eauslnfr It to c.ir.e anew
through every part of the Inwly restoring the invalid to
health and usefulness. They cure and eradicate from the
system. Lifer Complaint, that inaln-wtml of so many dis
eases) Jaundice In its worvt forms, all lllllous Disease, nnd
foul Mouinrh. Dsep.ia, Costireness, all kinds of Humors,
and every Diseases arising from Indigent!-., Headacii, Uif
slness, Piles, Heartlmrn, Weakness, Pains in the iduand
Itowels, 1'l.itulency, Loss of ApiHtlte, and a torid or diseas
ed Liver, a disordered Ptomach, or bad lilood, to a hlch all
are more or less subject in Spring and Summer.
More than 1,000,000 imw.ii. hale ben cured by this med
icine. It is highly rccmuim nded ly Physicians everywhere.
Try it, and you will never regret It.
tlnly (0 cent, for a ipurt llottle. SoU by Dealers In Med
Orders addressed toJ.O LA Ml LEV, or OEO. C. GOOD
WIN ii CO., Hiwtox (lm-ll
HA 11 D A KB IIuildeks' HAIID
WAKE of every description.
XA11.S, CLASS, Aic, tic. I
DOORS, SASH nn. I 11L.1XD.SI
AT WMUI.KSAI.E AMI JlKT.lll.,
Dy JOSEPH CLAItK.
Drattkboro, March It, 1853. 3m-ll
JKON AND STEEL!
IIAR IRON, all kinds
CAST, SritINO, & 8IIKET STEEL;
HOOP, HAND A; SCROLL IllON
ItOIl?, all sUes
NORWAY SHAPES AND RODS
Just received and for sale by JOSKl'II CLARK,
Brattleboro, March 10, 1S55 (3in.ll
pAIUUAGE- MAKERS' ILVHDWAKE !
CARRIAGE HANDS) '
MAI.I.F.AHI.i: IKON castings;
COACH LACE, Air., Air. I
For sale at the lowest prices, by JOSEPH CLARK.
llrattleboro, March 10, 1853 (3m-ll
pAINTS AND OIL!
WHITE LEAD QROUNTl N OIL
WHITE LEAD, DRY
PURE UNO AND LEAP
PL'llK ERENCH ZINO)
l'L'RE NEW JERSEY ZINC
RAW LINSEED OIL)
BOILED LINSEED 0IL,(Extra)
COACH VARNISH I
EURNITL'RR VARNISH i
REST DICING JAPAN
For sale in targe or small quantities, by
llrattleboro, March 19, lSla.-13ni.il
PAl'Ell HANGINGS !-10,000 Rolls
Coiiipri.InK oier 300 Stylral
Varying in price from & cents to $1 ler Roll.
600 ROLLS SPLENDID OILT PAPERS
60 ROLLS CURTAIN PAPERS
Border, iu Kr'n vnricly,
ITT Customers wishing to select from the largest stock In the
State are Invited to call. JOSEPH CLARK.
Vrattlelraro, March IS, IS S3 3m.ll
The underlined havlnir been appointed Com miss loners to
hear, examine and adjust all claims of all iktwiii against the
KsUte of CIIE8TK J0IIN80N late of Vard jU.ro, deceased,
and also all claims exhibited in offset thereto am) six months
from the 9th of March instant being allowed fur that iurose,
we will attend to tho business of our appointment at the late
dwelling house vt the deceased tin t lie first Monday uf April
and August next, from 0 o'clock A. M. tilt 4 o'clock 1 M., on
eacn oi sam uays. UAAMa Jiuir., i
l'AHDON T. KIM11ALL, j Com'rs.
KSSKS. AH S1IOWE & CO.,
81 Union Slrrrl, llonlon,
would Inform the jrcopte of Itrattlvboround vicinity that they
K. J. CARPENTER,
as Agent for the sale or their Celebrated TKA and COFFKE.
The same Teas and Coffees will be found at Mr. OAHi'KN
TKK'3, and at the same prices, as at our Store House In
All Goods bought of us or our Agents not giving entire
satisfaction can be returned and the money will be refunded.
Feb. 23, 1SW. &
FOR HAIiK. Tub wili. knows "CHASE'S
TAVKKN fiTANU," situated In the North partof
uernnrusiou, on uie rouu ironi jiraiiicuoru 10 iireen
Held, with from one to one hundred acres of mow
ing, itasturuire and wood land
Alsu, 6u to 60 a:res of pasturing, and from 60 to 60 acres of
wood.land which Is heavily covered with a fine growth of
unestmit ana iKniiucic. inu property is wo wen known to
need more particular mention. Inquire of A. U. CHASE,
Brattleboro. It. V. CHASE, Orange. Mass., or or the sub
scribe r on the premises. S. 1'. CHASE.
Ucraarditon, Mass., March 10, 18W. 10
TOWN HALL, URATTlVEIlOnO,
FOR OUR DAYS ONLYj
WEDNESDAY, THCIISDAV, 7RIPAY k SATURDAY
Kvi.si.nG3, M AHCH 23, 21, 2& and 20th,
JLud Snturdiiy oflcruooii nt 3 oclook
will be exblblteil
W AUG WS MAQWFtCENT
MIRROR OF ITALY I
Tlx most beautiful series of Panoramic painting In this coun.
try, with the new and brilliant attractions of the ILLUUI.
NATIONS OF 8T. rEEB'S C1IUUCII, CATHEDRAL OF
MH.AN, he., 4c.
In connection with the Mirror will bo appropriate IN8TRUV
CT Single Tickets, 16 cents) a package'of eight for $1.
Children 10 cents to evening rihlbltioni to afternoon, 0 cents
Duors open at 0j, to commence- at 7 o'clock. (19
ON TUK8DAY, 20ffl INST., VNLKM 1'im.
lonily disposed oflira OIIN l'I,t'.MMER FARM, In
el Ilraulcbofo.eontarnlnirom 100 nrrea,lth llul'SEand
1IARN, conveniently located on the nld Maillajro road.
A LSO, ON MONDAY 25th day ov Al'lUL
jt. liosl at 2 o'clock, V. M., THH PI'.WS 111 tlio Ortlicxlol
tliurch, Kev. Mr. Tyler's. Nn.'s 28, 30, 33, HI, (I.
On tho mme day nt H-o'clock P. M., a lot of land on Spring
Street, nnd nbout eight rwls of land In rear of Wcsscllioeft
ilrattliboru, Slarch, Oth, 1863.
CHARLES CIlArlN, Auctioneer.
A T THE WEST END OK CHASE -ST.,
V. a DWELLING IIOVSEand FOIIII ACHES Of LAND,
In a rctlrrd and pleasant part of till village. About onu
acre nf tlio land is Improved as aUanUn andOrchnnl, and Is
In a good stntef cultivation! the. rest of tlio land is on shin
hill, covered with forest trees, shrubs, wild fluwirs, Ac.
Ihe House Is of good site, containing 5 rnoins un the first
floor, 7 on tli-second and 3 in llm Attlcl n good Fl'HNACE
and l-ritl: 1VATEU.
Tho Ilouo Is sheltered from the winds of winter and th.
scorching heat rf summer, and Is one of the most dislrnhle
residence. In the village. Can lie examined on npntiriitlon to
the subscriber. CIIAS. CIIAP1N.
.Miinli Dth, 13S3. IMO
ALSO I'OH SAM!, THE 'HVO STOUY
IlOL-l; with IIAItN k PIIKlia on rkhool-gt., opK,slte
tiie Methoilist t'hureh ntid nljoiiilng tiortli the grouml. of
Johh Hrnnnun, Ijtq. Hnld House Is wtll and conveniently
I lenteil for tho man of business or teasure and is one of the
pleiisnnU'.t situations In the village. The buildings arc
modern ami In good repair. Terms will Imi nindeensy nnd
the jm-nilses can be examined at any time nil application to
tlio suhscrllier. CIIAS. CIIAPIN.
nratthboro, .March Kth, 1569. tf-10
JEW HOOKS t NEW BOOKS!
LIFE k A1IVKNTUHW OF KIT CAllfO.N"
FATIIEK AND DAtOIITEII, lly 5Il. Daamni
TIIK FOI'll 8ISTEKS, lly Mlw Itntaiai
TIIE IIHIIIEII CHRISTIAN LIFE, lly Da. noMXA!l
LIKE OF IH)l ll.ASS JEllltOLDl
NOT 13 FROM Pf.VllOL'TH PULPIT, Hrrmra
ALICE LEA.MONS, lly Author of John llalifm Oentlcman
THE PIlO.MIfB OF THE FATIIl'll)
.1 XJ) .MA .V I' 0 7 11 Kit S,-
FKrl'ON'H BOOK STOIIE.
hooks. sTATioxmiv, music;,
KASov noons, toys,
Al.d In f.ict cver tiling ki it at l.ook eHores, can In' found at
150 L'H HON WHISKEY
PUT CI- III"
WILSON, FAIIHIAXK Sc CO.,
It Is ucarty two years since the sulwrilTS flpt Intnuluced
Hair pure old ItsmrUm hiskey Into the Initrltt. It was a
doubtful erlinent In mnny rt -cU but as they trear.
s'lrt-d by eminent 1'hyslclans that it was artually one of the
best mii'-dlal agents fur Lunjr CmplAlnts ttttsl many other
dlrM(, ( an unadulterated article cow J be obtained
thfy inimedl-ittly made rttraiiKtnunt with a lirrt' inanuhic
turer to supply the Utt article that could le mmle. When
their first IliTnlee was n reived, It was f idly tested by unl.
sis, anil Its purity acknowledged. Since that time tl. y lure
In hi Instance whutem i-ut up an infrrlnr artie'e an-1 the
rpnbitlin th it th( lr hi ley has now nruirrd, Is such, that
His unlrvrsalty rvcf'iDnutidcil by thousands whi haYeuse.1
It, nn 1 'specially by our most eminent Pbynieisinn.
Its purity cannot be fu;HtIuel,ns a thuroujthiui.it) sis has
bern roudr, ns will be seen by rtfcrrinp U the f-.'lsiwin,? Vt r
tIReate, a copy of which BCCuipinlVs each buttle t
Ptitr AsAvrnV Otrjcr,
32 B.mcrsct Itrevt, llustun, .May 20, H37.
MfhRSi Ml LSI IX, 1'AtKBiMt k CO,
Orntlrmeu I hare in uie chrinlcat analysis of the sample
of Itourboti Wlib-Wt-y, jnu sent tft me, scarcMittt them f-r
druys it adulterating matters, and have lu tnlurm uu tlat
the iiniles ef WbUkey are Jret from dt aduttt tat inns,
Mid do itol couUln Any poisonous nt injurious mJtUrs,and
hiiice are suitable tor mtdieintn use.
lit pcctfully, your KMIeiit wrrant,
CiukluT Juasut.M p,
In order tv prevent deeejthnt ttlserie that the farshnte
of the signature of ourjirm eoters the erk nf n try bat
tle uithout this protection none is genuine
Th above Is put up In qu.irtRnd pint IwttlM, and Ij for snU
by all Uie UrujrgUts.
WIKSO.V, FAIR II A NIC CO.,
3u10J Koi. k 1i IIixurtR St., BOSTON.
"jTKW FIUM AM) XKMf GOODS.
The sulrtcrltwri have formetl a CcpartumUp under the
luirae and Arm uf
E.1VKS & STKVKX.S,
lull TIIK lXKI OSE OK CAlIItTINU OS TUB
ViST INDIA, GROCERY, AND PRODUCE EU31NEES,
.V ALU ITS DEPJttTMEIfTX.
Ilavlntr purchased the stork of Goods of HOItACK HAS.
TlNiW, In Kxclmnpe It lock, and ft-tltted ai n pienlshed said
sUre and floo.li, they would say to the cltiiens of Itrattie
loro and vicinity, that they arc now prepured to furnish them
In their line of trade, fur ready pay, as low as tan be bought
In town of the name quality t and If ei ery article is not found
as icoikI as rv)ireseuted, please to return It and It shalt bu
Having1 employed Mil. II. N. CIIANPLKR.a jrentlr-man tt
longcijserience in me uroevry nuiiness, we iiojmj ty strict at
tention to nustneis and fair dealing to merit a share of public
patronage. Please call and see for yourdrcs.
Cmtli nutl nil It In da of I'roilurr tnkrn In
rxrhmiKr for (omI
ArucaTrs B. Katrj, Ciublks II. Stkvens.
nrattlcbom, Slarch 10th, UW 10
JVT 0 T I C K . A THRKE DOLLAIl
XI Koot Cutter, furcuttlux rotitoei, Carrots, Turnijts, ke.
It will cut two huihcla a minute. It Is simple, aud easily tip
crated, and gives universal mtlf faction. It can be had nf the
subscnlKT, or at norhanii Store, In Wilmington,- at A. It.
Ncwtl's Hotel, In West Wardsboro j and at !. 0. Peater'
Store, In Jamaica. Also nt J. II. k W. II. Kitcrbrook's, In
ltrattletxjro. CHAUNCKV I'AHMKLKK.
Wilmington, Vt., March 7, 1859. 3wl0
gOUTHKUX FLOUlt Just IIcceiveu
25 Cnr loniln of Kriilurliy Wheat Flour.
H. CllOSD V has Just returned from Kentucky with a chedee
ioi oi nncai .mi tiuur wnicn was seiectui witn jrreat care.
It is well knowu Uiat Southern Wheat li bitter than any
other aud we cau safvly say that we can furnish our custom.
ers with as Kf 1 au article of Flour as can be found lu the
country, ou tne tuost reasonable terms.
K, CROSBY k CO.
Brattleboro, March 1st, 1859. 3w-9
ILLINEIVY GOODS AT WHOLESALE.
First Class Duycrs of the aliove (roods are lnlted to call and
examine llic new anil carerully selected stock of
BP HIND OOODS
now openinir hy the suhscrUer.-nlhof which are or the most
fashionable styles, L-uminsilife
BONNET UIIIBONS, BILKS. IJICES,.
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, RUCHES, 4c,
with many other articles In this line, which III he offered on
Muerai terms ior casn or snort approval credit.
F. II. jILANCHAKD.
No. 21 Milk Street, corner of Mawley Street,
COI'ARTNEnSIIIP NOTICE. This Jay
I liuvu associated with mo In hu.lnes Mr G. A, H0V-
iir.n,nnu we snail continue dullness under the nailie and
nrm r Aust in s uutueN,attue old stand.
0. K Avstm, (I. A.lkiviic..
Drattlilioro, Slarch 1st, 1859. 9'
CHARLES CIIAPIN, AUCTIONEER &
Agent to sell Real Estate. Applications from this and
neighboring towns to will he attended to at short notice and on
liruttlcbororMarch 1, 1859. 9
T 13- WYLIE &
U . WHOLESALE GROCERS
Bi Ffost Strbet,. . , , .ViSII '- YORK
.tnn. V. Wvm. V t.l III..)!.. I. 11... !..-
Osoaoe W. WrilK, j N-eV..IIAVEN.
Oiti B. Knaviu, I "w W1U1 BUBarItK,
"QURNING FLUH AND CAMPHENE.
JLJ J. IIAAIIITON,
No. 3 Huiit's IIlock,, SI'IIINOFIELD.
Manufactures BURNING FLUID from the pun Mgh proof
aiouhui, ami oners it ui mo very nest ijuauty so- merchants
to Retail In Bids. 1 Bbts. or Cans and at &laniif.ctnn.ra
prloes. Also OAMPIIENE of th. Tery best kind fresh etery
day from th. dlstiUery.
All orders promptly attended to and dellrcred free of
nArge at ine uau jioan iiepot.
EoilnjO.U, Mass., Feb. 21, 1859. 3a-8
AtSTIN & HOYDEN'S.
WH ARK NOW OPENING A SPLENDID STOCK OF
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, IN ALL TIIE NEW NOVEL
TIES OF EIIE SEASON.
A FULL LIME.
NO. I ni. ARB'S It LOCK,
Doriirr aT Mnlil mill Klllot Slrrrl,
AUSTIN & BOYDEN.
BRAnLEBOlVO, Miirrh 1Z, 1SS.
N ELEGANT ASSORTMENT
NEW SPRING GOODS
AUK NOW Ithl.NO ltI.rilFI AT
Tlir I.nttlrV KfimUliInu Store
No. 1 (rnitltf Huirf
uiti.r. may nr. n.r.ii r.vi t:v Aiinru: yr.w am
DrJtlltAIII.K Vt.V.I A I M N( I Til
Inllr nml Clillilrriin Vriirliij( Appnrrl
SUPEREEU.CK M FANCY DRESS SILKS,
r.i.i'MAST ron.MU) .i.v i.iia i:om:s,
, ni cAr.s, d. i. iixks,
ftdlra llrondrlotli., hritry siisrt fln;
Together with tlie Urgent stock of
MILLINERY GOODS. TRIMMINGS, k EMBaOIDERIES.
TN TIIE STATE.
TT Also, constantly on hand a large assortment of
.MOt'lt.VI.Mi ROODS A. UK IVKCI.OTIIKS,
of tlte best MUality, at very low prices.
0. J. PI! ATT.
IJMIE LARGEST STOCK OF THE
S IC A S O N .
Wc hare Wrday rereire.1 a VERY I.VROE STOCK of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTIXGS,
GENTS' FURNISJIING GOODS,
Wlllrtl WK liCVITK ALL T1 CALL AMI ILXAMISf.
We are preirtrtd to male all kinds nf Garment. In our line
In n SUPERIOR ST VI. II and at rcry bllURT NOTICE.
also; ire ltjrt a larch stock of
READY - MADE CLOTHING,
OF Ol'lt. OWN MANUFACTURE,
which ran't he beat In stylo or workmanship, as Is known by
a large majority cf IV trade that comes to this market.
Ml ATT, WR1C1IIT i. CO,
No's 2 and 3 Granite Row, J
Brattltboro, I'eb,2l, 1859. J
HOUGHTON & BLAKE'S,
A choice and extensive stock of
N" E W SPRING GOODS,
. i COMSISTIMd Of'
STAPLE AND FANCY' DRV GOODS,
O A It P E T S ,
Fcnlhcra, MnlroaM1., Irnpr IIouKluga,
CROCKERY & GliASS WARE.
Thou In want of goods win find It for their Interest to clll
on us at
No. (1 Grnnlto Row,
HOUGHTON k I1I.AKE.
UratUeboro, VI. Feb. 25th, 1850. a
rpo THE INHABITANTS OF
AMD ITS VIOlKtTY.
In this age if lightning nnd st'nm, It Is an nckiioil deil
fact by all "uho ore pu.liinjf llioir way tlirntifil, the woild"
on a systematic pt in, Hint tiny v nder of warts nut t Make
known the nrtkl In- ktips for site, glv, ig at the .aim limo
lerms of sale, or the syslcni iini which he. She or tin y, In
tend doing buiiiiLss. I Imvo come among this people to try
and get an om ffi ntf In tho tnrrcanllle business. I nrn
a stranger, as It were, In a strange 14ml, and therefore It lie
Cometh mcessary to ndrlic you of my Intentions. I shall
not bo guided by tho "old landmarks" of trade, 111 keeping n
setol Hooks. ThTe are nnyqusnlityof grievances growing
out of tho old f.i.hloiiul method of trade, with which you are
no doubt ncqualntrd. I think I can safe y assert, that there
arc more troubles between neighbor and friend Uie buyer
and seller growing out of long Handing binlr anountl,
than tho whole category of other causes ut together. Now
my friends I am nhout to raise tho banner of
I'qiiullt), i- Onr I'rlcr, a. is si lli-ndy I'nrj
among you. Fit c years experience has proved It to me and
a host of others as the liest for all concerned In tr.ifliei and
there Is no reason In the world wh tills system cannot bo'as
successful hiie a. In other places. 1 m ike tho nssirtl.m and
stand ready to prose the name, that Hoods CAN and WILL
HE SOLI) AT LESS RATES than on any ntlnr sysum. It
will placo the dimes and dollars In the KrckUi.f all who
p itronlze It. I consider all jiersons un nit e,iiality or In
othi-r words, one n rson. money Is Just ns good as another's.
I shall strictly nilln. re to "One Price" In all cases, and wish
you tii "act and gnurn yourselves accordingly."
I will take Notts on Thnr Munlht of all yaod.prompt'
pning custom, rs. Won. but .ilea need apply. At the ex
plratlonof the iiIkivo mimed time I ehill eiect ft prompt
paumtnt in all rusr . .
Von will lind nt all limes a Large and flenernl Assortment
of floods, ndnpud to tho wants nf atl such as Is contained
under the following dlUercnt beads i
wlst in'dia goods,
RcmljOlnilc CloIliiii5,V Ccnls' Fiirnisliliigtinoils;
CROCKEtli', fll.APS k IIARll WAREi
PAINTS, OILS ANII IIVE rTfFF8l
II ITS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES)
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
kc.t &c, kc.
I phnll liiltcinoit 11 ml of Fnntir iV'l'ro
Inrr nf ihr Cnli inlur
I tmt Ml fthi aro In new! uf UowM will come, lew ihe
tlwl'i nml re If all I Imve tM I not nen so. At lean
mi tlilntr I enn siy lt that no nffen, will W tii.n If you ft
wy witlimt t'Mjrln, nml Oo.k1s will le thown freely at all
N. j.atiM will be par5l n llio '.irt of all connTtdI wltli
th rull!rliiivnt, t-i make your fl.iy with us n pl'-nnnnt. as
will an n nntable one.
lUtm-nilwrtlieplicei .StefrrnierlyorcuiIeJ ljC.l!.ricrce.
JAMAICX, March, M,VJ. aw'lO
i STAC;K ntOI'KUTY AT AUC
TION'. TLcBtibtcritifr win etl nt 1Mb
lie Auction on M0NY MARCH 'Jlit.
nt y u'clocK. A. 51., at F. 11. TiiouraoVd Hotel in William-
I r. Itlnrlt Horrnt 1 ir. IInriiCfirH ;
1 liiur Slfitfh iicitrty tit-;
1 I'urjiill Wnsoit lit uooil rrpnlrj
1 Cfiururd Conch lly lit nml nrnrly nciv.
Till jiroixTty ln-lonp t the Ptatre lli-ute fr-.ni Willlnms
vllle l ltrattleiorot ainl wlincrcr buyi raid t-roptrty i to
ln tl. cuitriict fur (irrjinjr tli" mail from WcBt Dutt-r,
through WillumnrHl', to Uraittbon, arnt hack, twi n
hV. Tli" Coirli will t oVl m pirate if ttiouglit Uet At the
tlinf id title
At tin1 mm" llm" will It .M n fire years oM Horc, 1 four
hone Cinch, Hani, ll i'-tfp, e, 1 tirtflp-m' Travirw
Ml, Wazoiiji, aivl Plclgtis Hay ami itr.iw( n l.irpe rjuatittty
of IKumIioM Furu.tur, Stov, Tr-ckiry, Tin Ware, auJ
any fiiMntity of articli-i t'w numerous tn mentloti. Tlili
pritfriy will Ik sold it tli-j hiplitrst bidder aixl )kmcsiIuii
citen iimiH.-li.iUly. Ti-mu uidi W)twu at the time of rale.
A. Ii- II0WAM.
0. W. llnwKXH, Auctioneer.
AVltllamuillf, I., March 3, 19&9. 3r-9
AYNK'S KVn-:XT JlltOAD-CAST SKE1)
B"wi all klikls of Gr.iin and Oraii EwJ
FEUFECTLT KVKX. VKUV ItAl'ItiLY, with UTTLB
ami may ! ul by jcrs"ns of th commonett capacity.
Tho owrtnr has only to fill the hc-nr, u'rend th ma.
chliitf Irvtii hi tioulhr, RUige lli amount of need or praln
dIrel tl b iwn i?r acr by itmMnfr the 1 if at the lft
htifl, and mirch strnlicht arrs tli' fit-1 1.
XT Turn the rrinlt about HO rr4attnn'i per minute fnr
oali.anl the work n df.n MOHK I'KKChCTLY than cn be
din. by th hintl )Htf, ami lu let Una half the Lime.
Ynu ned otily to nee It operate to be cmrlnctd.
Mrnutacturvil and aold V li'.li-nAle ami I'.ctail by
K. 1NQKIIIAM, Sprtngflell, Vt.
For nile In nraUlrlmro, by J. II. & W. II. ESTERDROOK.
OUU MUSICAL VIUKXDi Twki.vk
hiu or 1'kfiui Mimc ju TKN CKNTS.
0ia MnieiL Fhiksi." is filtl with the htit Piano ?olo,
luet, Svnp. Ux-ratic Airs, I'.-tWns, Mazurla, tjuatlrillei,
alius, and ery iihtr fpcltg of tnunic-! coini(wtti4i for
toic anl llano by tbQ best American and Kuniean Coin
lusersj itriiiUd (Ui full-U''d mudc iupir, aJnt'ttM to every
gra-Ie of ttrf-nuT
Tif mi.i quantity of muf;c, proeureil from the rrpular
pufilintiTt mould cost infiu tlun ttn times w tiat wc charge.
A t-Jtrs ut.4critti m to Oir Mtt al Vhund, will se
cure new and fashionable music worth ; Wst Two IIl 5D&LD
1oi.lim, and entirety ult.clnt for the h-nia circle.
I'rlcr Tru Criilm Wrrltly.
Yearly, $5i Half Yearly, f.'iV); Quirtrrly, 1 25 n-nts.
The Volume comrrmred on tlr 1st Dec-mU-r, 1863.
C. 11. ShY-MOl It k CO., I'RUPRlETuiai,
4w 4 13, Frankfurt stm-t, Ni York.
We the und.'tilcncil Jiaine Uvn apixiIiiU-J commlsslonn
to her, eKaniltt nml adjust all claims of all tersuns apairet
Uie nut i C KIL MARTIN. late of UrattUlHw-o, dcceae1,
at J also all cUlms exhibltM In offset thereto and tlx months
from the 2tlh day of February List Is ali4Wul for that purpose.
We Mil attend tu th: buniKssof our Appointmet.t at thu
A Itliip house ot b,iuu.l Martin it) lirattttUTn, on th last
luifrUjsor April and July next from one o'clock V. M tu
four o'clock 1". M., on each of aal 1 days.
MKAYCTTH CLAIIK, I pm
10 N VT 11 A M K I S A M I'&O N. i m
RnttUbum, March E, 153.
We th unilTlfm! Inrinpr en nppotutM Ct-mmlssloncr
to har, examine and adjust all claims of all ) arsons acaiut
theesutcor 0E0rOi:s.An(lElNT,Uteof llrattleiwru. ilr
ceased, and also aUtminehtt.ltM in fivt thereto; and six
months from the tint day of March Iut. Is allowed fifthat
purposes will HtUixl t 1ij LusliHSiof tur appointment
at the late dweMlnn huuse of the decvasW, lu UraUlettoro, uii
the 1 ut Mmitlay in May and July next from one o'clock 1. M,
w lour o'ciocK r. ai:, nn eacn or nam uays.
KM SAIcOKtNT. .
Health Wo, March C, 1S53,
rilL UCJI MILl.KIl, j m
KKIIOSKXK Oil, LAMPS. The Sun.
scribrra krrp cnnsUntl on lian.1 a lartrt suily of
hesv justly celebrated Larajist also. )ur Kerosene Oil.
J. II. k W, II ESTEIUIOOK.
pOKN HllELLKUS. AN0T1IEH LOT OF
J Patnt Fln-vr Ccm Shellers, Just mlTl anj f.r sale
IT JI II. & W. II. KSTERBROOK.
Jan. ST. 4
SPECIAL NOTICE. HAVING SOLD MY
arwwrjr1 Ktoro to Jlrssrs. EAVRS k BTEVENS, I must
call on all tlib.0 InilrbtssI tomu toluako Imhkdiatb parment.
I shall be fnuqtl at the oUl stant until the 1st of April, read?
to s-ltk nil accounts. After that date ll.cy a ill he fouiul In
utlur lianiis. II. IIASTINU9.
HraUU-boro, Feb. S, ISM. 0
Tlio 30,000,000 impropriation llill has not
Jtt passed Conjrrcss, but IIUUU1IT0N k BLAKE Aaie the
largest and best assortment of
CH'OCKEltY & GLASS WARE
IN VTINIUIAM COUNTY,
OF THE VERY REST STYLES AND QUALITIES.
which they will sell at lover prices than any
other Couccra iu (he State.
IT Our Btjles always suit. We shall have another new style
next week, Please examine.
Crocltrry Room in the bnarmriit
UOL'CIITON & 11 LAKE.
March let, 1859. 0
M. 11 B
I. I G II T
I'UItB KEROSENK OIL AND LAMPS
Fur sal. by A. DUKKLEE.
West Brattleboro, Feb. 22. 8
A fresh arrlralof
WlCn NEW PKKSS GOODS,
' together with many other Goods from Auction, will le sold
very low by
W, Drauleboro, Feb. 22. A. DUNKI.EE.
TIsACKSMlTU SHOP FOR SALE. TH
I3 untlerslnuetl offer for tale their well koown BLACK
puiiu o Diiur, Bitumen in iiranieiioro Village, The raid
shop contains six fires with all thu neoeesnry fixtures and
fumlrurw for the employment of ten men, and sufficient cu
tom to irlve constant occupation to eight or more persons; It
Is deel ledly tho best stand fur the business of black smith log
In the State.
The building and land an which It tt&nds can be purchased
or leased as Is desired. , ,
Terms cash, and session given Immediately,
C. ti W. bT.MIS.
Brattleboro, Tcb: 34, IS 59. g
rpo COTST&UMimWS: A Clkuqvman
JL living cured his son of Consumption In lis worst stages,
after being given up to die, ty the most celebrated physicians
desires to make known tho mode of core, (which proves sue
cetrtful in every case,) to those aUlIcted with Coughs, Colds
and Consumption, and lie will send the same to any addressy
free of charge. Address, enclosing two stamps to pay return
r"g, DANIEL ANDHB,;
' 811 ptnlia Street,,
eunii l'Oit coxsutVTioNi
nn. ciirncHtTTs disco vintv i
Wlnrlif tcrV fJritiiln- Prrpn'rnttou of !)
Si P. Churchill. Compound of tlio
OV IsIMi:f KorA tV POTASH.
a 01'scino itswsnv ton ins miATMcsT or
Tlte preatChemlccMcdicut I)eorcrjr of the cclclrratcd Dr.
J. V. Churchill, of 1'arls.i first nnvlo known by him to the
French Academy of Medicine alcm two years hro, mark a
new nnd Importint lra lu thu annah nf Mwltcil Bch-nce.
Now, fjr the first time In the history of the world, has a
RKMMi V been f.mnl that sur ly strikes nt the very roi-flDA
tio or rtfMOVinr lnnsisr, anl hy pwtjmi.xo tub btti'
tllilT tPKUtCAL RLEMKMTj Vf TIIK DJUD, IllCrca'S tllO prill
ClpIC WHICH CDSSTITUTM NtHVOlS (lit VITAL FOIlCF, INtlutl
iutkh tub irrmriva rLntTio-ii, and thui not only CUHES,
but also 1'Jl K V KNW, tlie development of this hltlnrto most
fatal Bcourgc nf the human race.
IT Cntitloir to ihn Public. .rjj
Various preparations arc already In the market, purporting
to M based on Dr. ChnU-htilN discovery, against which wo
S')l'tnuty c.intlon both the profession and the public
Istt m one I deceived, hut auk for and unc only the prepa
ration sold from tho solo (leneral Dqwl In the L tilted Stites,
No. 4'J John Street, nnd Iwaritiff a facsimile n.TfiiMiro ..r
J. WtNCiiKHTEU.hy Hhoin ntuna be. Churchill's pn-scrlptlon
In all Nlrvous and Scrufuhmi ComiiUlnt. Di-I.iiiir.
Or ital 1'owj.a, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, and female Weak
nesses, ii ii n notereifrii nni inrnmait.e renuiiy.
0" 11 1 AD THE TfaTIMONV. XX
7om the ff.Y. American Medical Mohthty for May 1353.
"Whatcur mar ! our eontlasluus with rrfrrenro u
claims of Drl Churchill, for the Ilypnphoiph'tes as sotrlgn
viii'.iit(B ui iuuun,i IwiiDUHiiiiiijn, Till HE CAS BF. SO
0tIIT AS Til THKVALCKUr TIIkiR HALTS A4RMICDUL AURSM,"
from the fforth American Medical Reporter, for Oc.ISM.
'Thti Medicine M seieidlflcally Brepureil and rtliable. We
hive used it In our own tiractice. inththlclr i.nimf,nai tut
other fonm of dlseaie, with vrry sitifrictory ri.tuts.
ju biaij-viiii cttit-B in wiutu uiis rvincuy was given, ininy
leven v, ere In tlio Incfnlent. and twentv-tlirei In t!.o r.m1
ami ndvanecd stages of cmsumptlotii the remainder w re
beyond Iioh. ith the cx(xptlou of the latter caies, which
eremuch bt nefltted, all bat three, which nrL' still dmbtful,
1'rlce 2 or three Imttles for $5. Single bnttl-s only. In
concentrated solution sent by mall, prepaid, when f ecfal
ly ordered. All orders for three Imiles or ovt r will be Rent
by expfei at i-jstof the party. Drtifrgkls inut stul their
orders direct to the itn1enlgmil, of they may hare a did r
cnt and Fpurl'nn preparation nt th"m,
rT W inrhftcr iTenaino litstratlon of Dr. Churchill's
Comjioundof th Hypophuiphltes of Iime,.rli, nnd l'utah
Ii sold at wholesale at the nde Uenrral Depot, 49 John stre-t,
hut will lw kipt by all respectable Druggists throughout the
United Stits. Clrcuhm and all necesary Information giv
en to nil pirtlei enclosing a stamp, Fur convenience In rc
celvlrtj our letteri, correion'1ents are requested ta add,
jnx -foi" in a'umton to the regular ad'ires ni ijelo-.
AmKKIC'.IN AND FuUKlUN AdKSCV.
BmlsC . 43 John btreet. New York.
Sold by J03KHI CHltK, Agent, ltrattlelwni.
t & -
V. - r
O - r-. r
1 1-3 J
S 2 7-. 3
o n 'ay
: n o n
; h a A
! - H 5
i 3 CJ
OOU) STL,VKlt WATCHISS,
the nwr to he inn,
AS CIIKAP AS CAN BK AKFOIiDKU,
At Slf n Elj Watch ali'l Spoon.
CAMi: AXD I..IVA IMXS,
OK TIIK I1KSI' (JUAMTIKS, CIIKAI',
At Sigt: Big liWli al Siiooji.
LADIHS AXI CENTS CO 1,1) CIIAIXS,
OithSraJil Lpa Fditens.
A SI) OF TIIK nr. ST G
At Sign H't Watch ai.,1
GOt.U, KILVEIl . STKKI. SI'KCTACLES,
ALL PHI c t: s ,
At Sign Ilig Watch ami Spoon.
i'ijri: ' sir.VEii srooxs,
AS CIIF.A1' AS L'SfAI,
At Sign Big Watch and oon.
I'lI'KS AND CIOAU IIOLDEKS
at VLtiT low riticrs,
" At Sign Dig Watch anil Spoon.
C'HASU Si THII'I" ito.the WATCH WORK
At the Sign Dig 1 atch ainl Spoon.
STAXJ3 OF VEHMONT, MAUi.nono, S. S.
The Hon. Prolate Court for said District t
Tu all persons Interested In the Kstate or WILLIAM
McCHKLLlS, late of DatuUa, Qenewee County, JJ. Y, de
Whereas, LtuNAHD DUO WX, Administrator upon satd
Utate, has made apidlcatlon In writing to this Court setting
forth that it wilt be benefidalo the heirs and all iwrsons In.
teretet In said Kf tale to sell the whole of tlie Ileal K-tat of
said deceased and convert the mme into money, and that
twite of the hetrs of said deceased ref Ede In this Htate, and
praying for License to cell paid He.il Kstate accordingly;
Vou are hereby notified that this Onirt will decide nym said
application at thv session thereof to be held nt the L'robatc of
fice, in llratilcboro, iu said District, on the list Thursday
of srarch, A. D. 1850, when and where you may be heard in
the premivs, If you see fit.
1 P. UOI.ltUOOIv, Ileglster.
UTATH OK VKKMOX'f, Maiilbouo, S. S.
The Hon, Probate Court for said District :
To all whom It may concern, Ureettnyi
You are hereby notified that SIIU1IAKG ATIIEKTON,
Ouanllauof LLI 1'lKK, a minor heir of ADS ALU 3d TIKH,
l.Uo of Whitiugham, deceasetl, liAS mad application In writ
ing to thU Court for liceukQ to sell the iutcitst of his ward In
the revision of the dower of the widow of said deceased, on
the ground that such sale will le leiie(clal to his ward, and
that this Court will decide uiu said application at the Ses
sion thereof to be hel I at the Probate olhee. In llrattleboro. In
said District, on the last Thuridaof Iarh, A. D. 18W,
wuen aim nnero you may ocnearu in tuo premises, u you
see nt. ioj F. H0LUK00K, Itegit-r.
STATE OF VERMONT, Muildoho, s. S,
The Probate Court for soid Dhtrict t
To all persons Interested In the KttUto f UVIU'H KLKTPiT,
Kit, lato of Lunenburg, Worcester County, 51 'is., deceastil,
Greeting i You are hereby notified that this Court will de
cide uMn the allowance of tlie first accouut of IIANNI11AL
HADLKY, Kxecutorof the last will of siild deceased, at the
session thereof to be liekl at thu Probate office, in llrattle
horo. In sail District. on the last Thurstlv of March. A. D.
IStW, when and where yotrmay he heard in the premises, if
youpt-vnt. s. JIUL.IHVUUIV, j teg liter.
QTATE OF VEHMONT, Maiiliiobo, S. S.
KJ Tat rrooate court Jor sad District i
To all persons Interested In the Estate of PAINH1 liitnwv
miooi I'umnif riuii, uacwwi, uretitngt i ou are nereoy
notified that this Court will decide upoi the allowance of
mo account ot jiaiuia wi.b, a am in intra tor uon said
Kstate, aud decree distribution thereof among the fversons
entitled thereto, at the session thereof to be held nt the I'ro
hite olllce, In llrattleboro, lu said District, ou the last Thurs
day of March, A. D. 1360, when and where you mty he
itcitru iu luo (iremurn, 11 yuu oer nt.
F. HOLUHOOK, Ueglster,
STATE OF VERMONT, MAm.iiono, S. S,
The Probate Court for said District-1
To all persons Interested In the Kstateof CIILOK LKON-
iiti'( lain ui daman, ntvtiw. ircttinyt
Ypxx arc hereby notified tlmt this Court will decide upon the
allowance of the account of OALVIN IlUCUhl.V. Admlnls-
trntor upon slid Kstate, ami decree distribution thereof
amonft the persons entitled thereto, at the sessiuu thereof to
no neia ai tne rrooate oun,-e, iu urattieivoro, in satd District,
on the last Thursday of March, . D. 1869, v. hen and where
you may w nearu tu too premises, u you see nt.
V F. 1I0LUH0UK, Ueglster.
STATE OF VERMONT, Marlboro, S. 8,
TAi Probate Court for taut District
To all persons Interested In the Kstate of KZhKIKL HAU
UI3, late of llrattleboro deceased. Greeting)
Whereas, TH ATCH Kit I'KRllV.hai presented to this Court
au Instrument purporting to be the last Will of said deceased,
for probate; You are hereby notified that this Court will de
clde upon the probate of said Instrument at the session
thereof tb be held at the Probate office. In Brattleboro. (n
1.1 Tll..sit. nrt !. la at Tt.ilpi4a M.w.1. a 1. Illn
.When and where you may appear and contest the same, l
youswui. ivj r, jiuMtuuuiv, register.
T)UltK " Sl'RHM AND LAUD
X 0 I L ,
Just rccalvotl arvl for auto hy I. N, THOHN.
rpiIU LIVKIl INVIOOUATOll I
X 1'rrimrril t.r Hit. SANFOIII),
Ju.iwsiiiu panarLT rruM IIim., is nneol the J. it l'urga
tiro nrirl Liver Mullcliics now hefore tha public, that acts as
a (.'nMarrtc.euslc-r.tnlhkr.aiiil more effectual than any other
moillclnekiioan. It is not only a Cathartic, laita Lhtr
rimccljr, acting llrston tho Llvtr to eject Its inorhhl ruatur,
linn on th( stomnchnmllioiTilstorarryoir that matter, thus
ccompll.s1ilii(. two puriTOsos elTntually, without anj ol th.
palnlul reelings epcrlence.l In the oirallons of most taMar
lts. It streiigthcas tlio system at thesamo time that It purges
111 an.l wlicli taken dally In moderate doses, will stringllnu
and bulhl It up with unusual rapidity.
I'd. I.lsrr Isonoofth. principal regulators of th.
human body t and when It performs Its functions viell,
Ih0,irers of tho system arepliullydculopcd.lhcsfomoca
Is almost cntlrey dependent on tlie healthy action of th.
.itrf. rlhc.roK!r trroriii-Qancefcitrunctlonsi whin th.
stoniaclilsiitrult,t:ii'liomls'aru atraull, and the whol.
syslMiisu!Tcrslnuonserteiicepiif one organlho l,l.r
having erased to do Us duty.L Korlrc dlseasrsof that or
gan, ono of the proprl-tors'ln'i made It his study, In a
practice of more limn twenty 'years, lo And sorde remedy
wIkp with to counteract thofmanyitcrangcnicnlslowblch
II Is liable. r".
Wed with l.l.rr Coiii-i.hilnl, In any of Its forms,
has but totryaboltl.,und..i,-ionlicc-taln.
These (lums reumo allmorbll o- had matter trni
hesyslem.snppljlnglntlnlrf-piaceahealhy .low of bile,
liiTlgorat ng tlio sumach,, causing f, VI to digest well,
IMiriljiiiu tin- Moorf.yltliigtM, and healllito the
almln machinery, r-morlng the cud. of tho disease
cffertlng a radii jl euro. A
lllllioii. iillii, , arc cured, nil,!, .tlmt l
trilrr, prrrruK il, bjtho occasional use of th.
Onedose after eating Is suf. ficlcnt to rellere the stomach
and prevent the food from rising and souring.
Only ono dose taken beforo ritlrlng, prevints Xlulil
liiisrc. Only ono doso lakrn at. ,nlght, loosens the bowels
gemratly, and cures Coil.riir...
Onedose taken aftircach mralwill cur'1 1)yHprialn.
rr Onedose of two tea-spoonfuls will always rel1 o
One bottlo taken fur f-male obstruction remores th.
cause of tho disease, and ""makis a lcrfi ct cur
Only ono dose lmmcdlatcly""rclli'vca t'liollc. while
One dose often related Is a sure cure for Cliolcra
,MorluiH,nnd ft prcictitlro of Clisilrrn.
Only ono bottle Is ncedisl to throw out of th
sysfm tin eff.-rls of ml..f elm after a lonir sickness.
IT On? bottle taken li'',l,nniillre rcmorcsalli&t.
lowncss rr unnatural color" from the skin.
One doso taken a short " llm. Iierore eating elves Ti
Kor tithvappetite,andrrnkes-'f;lo,i digest wrll.
Ono dose oftn ren.teiU,:eures Chroiiln I)liii
rlurn In In worst f.,rms, while Nimimrr' an J
Ho ml complaints ylil l almost to the first dose
One or two doses cures at-rfcicks cansedby Worm. In
Children) thcrels Nosirer,, safer, or speedier rennar In
Hie world, ns it never faih s-J
IT A few bottler rUre. Dropay) ry ejcltlnf th.
Wetaleiitensnrelnrecom- mendlnft this medicine as a
pn ientlvefor IVirr nlnKAuur, t'lilll l'cvcr,
nnd nil IVrrrisof a Illl-,.nti. Typo. It operat.s
wltlici'rtalnty.iiiKlthuusanitsy.uri willing to testify to Us
All wlio it arr lilrinir their iiiiaiiliunu.
tr.linioiiy In It. Ins ur.
TT U'nler in tlir nioiilli ttllli llir Inrl
Uorntor, nml asinlloss' bntli lost'tlicl'.
TIIK LIVER IN VI (30 II AT Oil
IS A SCIK.S'TIFIO MKlllCAL DISCOVGllY, and is dally
working curs, almost too griat to btlicn. It ctlr s as If by
maic, ercn the Irat dote ghing Itnejtt, and seldom more
than ouo botelo Is niutrcd to cure any kind of I.ls it Com.
pl.iint, from the worst Jaundice or Dyspepeia to a common
llttvlacht all of which are the result of a DNi'n.ci! Lir
rr. rmc ose dollar Tru bottle
Dn. SANFOUI), Proprietor, 315 llroadway, New Vcrk.
And retailed by all I)ru?cists. Sold also by
JOSEl'lI CLAItK, aud I N. TIIOKN,
Y KIt'S C ATI I A It TI C V I LLS t
FOR AU, tilt PIKI'OSES Of A F1MILT PnTSIC,
are s j camjiosed tint disease within the ranjte of their action
can rarely wlthktaiidoretadfthem. llnirp -iittratinp prop
erties ssarch, and cleuuse, mid IntroraW trery portion of
the human organism, correcting itsdlseased action, aud re
storing Its htraltliy vitalities. As a con't'iuenceof these
properth,the Invalid Mhg Is bowed down with fain or physi
cal debility Is astonished to find his health or energy restored
ly a remedy at once so simple and In Iting.
Not only do they cure the every-day complaint iof eTery
body, but nlio many formidable diseases. The agent below
ii inM Ii pleaded tofnrnlsh pratis my American Almanac,
containing certificates of their cures and directions for their
ue In the following complaints: Costlienesst Heartburn
HradarSe ariiiny from Disordered Stomach, ffausea n
digeition Pain in and Morbid Inaction of the Houels
Flatulency Loss of Appetite Jaundicr&n other kindred
complaints, arising from a low state-of the body or obstruc
tion of its functions.
a v i; n s c ii f: it n v ptctobal,
or the m ni cche or
CoitfIi4 Col tin, I ii II ii r ii xn, IIoarNnir,
Croup, UroiichltU, Iitcipirnt Conniuiition,
nml for ihr rrllpf of CuiiHiiiiiptiso Pnllcnta,
lis nrtrimrcd wtam of the tIinrRr
Sjwlle Is the fleldof in usefutncsn, nr.d so numerous aro
the cises of Its cures, that almost erery section of country
abounds In persons publicly known, who ha e been restored
Irmn alarming and crendespcrate diseases of the liingshy its
use. When once tried, Its superiority uver erery other medi
cine of its kind is to apparent to -scape ohserratton, and
wh-re IM virtues nre known, the public no longer hesitate
what antidote to -inpl.y for the dlstrpsMng and dangcrtus af
fections of the pulmonary organs that are Incident to our
climite. While many Inferior remedies thrust upon the
ofmmmlty hare filled and been discarded, this has gained
friends by erery trial, conferred benefits on the afflicted they
can never rorget, anl produced cures too numerous and too
remarkable to be forgotten.
DK. J. C. AY Kit & CO.,
Sold tn Brattltilvoro by I. X. THORN nnd JOSEl'It CLARK i
and by all dealers In medicines e ery where. tuwly25
ilOAUSKNFSS, C0L13. INFLUENZA.
ASTHMA. CATAltltll. anu rrriMir.n r
l.sorfiif-w of the Throat isstastlv he
iiEVio by ltrown's Uronchlal Troches, or
Coutih Lorenees. To l'l blil Sprit: rn4 anr!
glrlng strength to the voice.
" any of our readers particularly ministers or pub'
tic speaker are suffering from bronchial afectton. this
simple remedy Mill briny almost tnajieal relief," Cuius
"Indisprtmble to public speakers." Vjon's Hibaad.
J n etcetlent arthle." National Kra, WAuit,To.N.
u Superior for relirthj hoarseness to anything we are
acquainted tt'ifA." Cutusmx Herald, CiNtissAit.
"J mostalmirable remedy.' Uostos JorttSAC.
Sure remedy for throat atTtctionsS'rRAsMtt.
"Efficacious and pleaiant.nTiikvtVLtn.
Soil by Druggists throughout the United fctates.
i:jonohy is wcalth. "
Strwnri'n Alr-TiKlii Suiiiiiier nml Wltifcr
Coo U iii hroic.
rpiIE FOLTX)WK0 AHILVY OF NAMES
X f reliable cltiiens of this Uclnity should be sufficient
to convince the most skepifsU that the bTKWAUT COOK
bTOVU U thstrueKCONOUItiTof fuel and the U-st Stove
"We, tlto undersigned, arc now using the Stewart Cook
St vc, and consider It the most perfect KCONOMIbT of fuel,
we have cwr seen and the most perfect working se we ever
knew, aud we are so perfectly satisfied wlUi the same, that if
we were offered the origia-il price of the stove aud a present
r any other in tho market, with the understanding that we
should no linger use t'ia Stewart Stove, we could not and
nould not accept the proM)-iliou."
Signed by, ZKNAS II, U I'll AM, A. II, STGVTULL, D. D.
ItANU, WM. W. lil'dO. '
For s.ilo throughout the County and vicinity by
Windham, Feb. 13,1859. f U" 'ly0
PURE OHIO CATAWBA U HANDY.
SAMUEL X. I'IKB Si CO.,
13 i: 20 Sycamore Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
This Ilrandy has ben mauuftured for several years from
the l'UKU JU1CK of the OATAWUA OK M'ti,thtu affording
atlditioiLil evidence of the progress of Aucrl&ui Kuterprise
aud Industry, and of our ability to produce articles at Home,
equal to those made by any other Nation.
The Ohio Caliiirlm Ilrnmly, not only equals, but
EXCKbS tho best imported brandies In Purity and Flavor,
It Is, In fact, the 1- Itraiuly Kit own I Tlds state
went Is fully cirrul.)rated by the certificates of our most dis
tinguished Analitlc4l Chemists.
The Catawha ltrandy possesses all the good qualities claim
ed for the best Imported Uquora, nnd Is of rcrfect Purity and
Suierior Flavor, an-l a Sovereign and Sure llemeily for
Dyspepsia, Fiataleacy, C:amp, ChoKc, Languor, Low Spirits,
(;i:Ni:it.u, hkimuty, iiiolera moiiuus, to.
No Family should be without it.
We have examined a simple of S, N. l'lKI'S CATAWI1A
HHANDV, shown us by A. HAHDKU, AgL,aud'we pronounce
It a very line and puru Ilrandy, and rtuommeud It to all who
may require It for medicinal purposes.
FHANCIS J. I1IQGINS0N,
C. W. HOUTON,
C. W. OHAU,
CiKciNSATt, Aug. 25, 1858. This will certify Uiat I have
this day nn.ilized a sample, representing a large lot of Cataw.
lit llnindy for 8. N. l'lke k Co., at their store, No. IS k 20
Sjcamore-t., between Columbia and Frout-sts., And find It
very pure and very tine, equal In percentage. Specific Gravt.
ty and Aroma to any which I have tniccted for the last ten
years. The varluus chemical tests which I have carefully
applied give me all the characteristics of pure Catawba
Ilrandy. Given under my hand ut the store above, the day
and date aforesaid. II I HA SI COX, M. I., Chemical Inspec
tor or Liquors, fr Cincinnati, Hamilton, Co , Ohio.
The al-ove can be had In llrattleboro, of a, HAKHER, Agt.
FARMERS AM) GARDENERS !
The subscribers offir for sale 00,00) Dar relict their Ncti and
l'OUDKKTT E ,
Win MANUFACTURING COMrANY,
Manufactured from tho nlght soil of New-York city, hi lots
Insult purchasers. This article (greatly Improved within
the last three years) has lieen In the marktt for eighteen
years, and still defies competition, as a manure fur Corn and
Harden Vegetables, lielng cheaperttnore powffulttan any
of Arr, and at the same time Jree from disagreeable odor
Two barrels ($3 worth) will manure an acre of corn Irrthe
hill, 111 save two-thirds In labor, will cause ft (W eon up
quicker, to grow faster, ripen earlier, and wit! bring a larger
crop on poor ground thin any other fertiliser, and Is also a
preventive of the cut worm) also II does not injure the seed
to be pjit lu contact with It.
The h. 31, Co. point to their lpff standing reputation, and
the larpc capital $100,000) invested In their business, as a
guarantee that the article they make shalt always bo of such
quality as to command a ready aale.
Price $ 1.60 per barrel for any quantity over si barrels.
inrA Pamphlet, containing etery Information, will be sent
(raKit)to any jir ispplytru: fir tho same. Our address Is
(iiurrnfo, lmoxmms & co.,
Agricultural Wart house, gq CortUudt St., New York.