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Th a1.. rixr n(Tf m fur tulfl Ms Kent KltAtC ltU
f ittM In ItrtUtle1ro, about 0 mile I from the It illroml
LStitlon. anl on ihf rtfiM rml lending to Marlboro.
ha Ktrttc cnnlsti of a IIoutc ami B..ru nearly new. n Saw
Mill, ktt-l about 4 acrci or una.
The iaw mill li In flrtt rate rip-Mr, ti 20 by 60 fer , and
three torlc lilftli, nn l nitUAtf-l on one of the nest water prtr
IK'ices In this part of the country. With the mill li a lot of
t?hfilit And two Circular 8wi In jrood runiilojf order. Tli.i
mill it IT. mis An excellent opportunity for the manufacture of
Chitr Stuff, as lumber ti plenty, aikI It I of easy scceii to
As the lui'pcrHwr Is bound to tie Km mi jroM reftliwii this
prnKrty will beaoldnt abarpiln) If not dlposcfl of before
the lit of April It will be leased for a lurm of enrt.
DraUtebom, March 1, 1559.
J7 A It M A T AUCTION.
MUlll be ftxt.l at Public Auction nu Tl"K3t)AY the
29.h if MA CII tmt. at unv tVcl ick I' l., If not
previously iltr-iiosrtl uf nt private dale, the Farm on
which JOHN I'l.UMMl lliiow Ures, situated about
one and a half mile West of Hratlleboro Centre, cnntalnh.g
about one hundn'i acres of choice Und suitably dlTldeil Into
mowing, paitur.ige, tllliiKe and noodUnd, with Roml Home
and Jl.mi tuiil omcnlent ouiMMIiiira. An c port unity li
now prcsentot ti procure one of the titat aikI most pleasant
ly 1 Mtfd Fit fins In Indham County,
ltrtttleboro. March 3d. 1SS9
39 WILIiAHD AttMS, , Trusl e.
17 O It SAL K. A desirable Wen
1 denee between the Kast nnd Wot Mllajresof Ilrntlle-
Mboro, one-half mile from tl c West lllajrtf, coimsU
In of five acres of Land, with a good Uuusu and
Barn will by sold reasonable,
IS-bnunlnnt HEUDEft rtSIIhJt, near the rrcmlses.
Bratttcboro, Feb. '.'2 J, 1830. Cw-8
A tl At T? n -P A T. V. Un
h' ll At. .n L v j j
KlTm tr arslrt Ma farm ..Nil f shI In Ilffltllfa
buro about u mile from .Main it ml.
ftuld farm contain iilmut 25 acres of excellent
Llsin.l. In n 1.1 ah btte of cuU.Ti.t..in. on which Id a
Uwci.uiff house and uiru suppueu wmi an ;imreni-nct.-f ami
In good repair. Also, will lw s'ld with ttu f.vrin & Cows, 1
Mure with foal, 2 1LiruesseB, 1 Itujrgy Wujfon,! lumber Wag
on, and th' r larmlno; toots.
If the aWe property Is not sold before the 6th of April It
will then be sold by Auction, at wMch time issmlon will be
ftlven. Inquire of J OS t; 1'li CLAHK,cr of the subscriber on
the premises. TII0MA8 MANNING.
ilraltleboro, Feb. 25th, 1859. 7-w8
pOTTAOE FOR SALE OH KENT. THE
JkV$L DRICK C0TTAOB ou III rge Street, former
J'i3jL ly occupied by E. A. 8TEAUNS, Is oft-red f.r sale,
or will be rented. For particulars enquire of
F. C. KDWAUDS, at the Dook'Blndery.
Brattltboro, Feb. 24, 1850. 8
yALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
MThe subscriber, desirous of rttlrlnir from business
offers f.'r sale a large tosUry D'-eHl'iitf House,
with a bam And U mien attached, anil a small
Iwelllnir huse in FayittfvUIe. The premises an
desirably Incited and supplied with all couvuilenccs.
Also, a Farm or about SOO a-res of bind which Is will
f-ucid, mostty with stonewall, and which contains a tfimtl
fru.t nnd a UrttK sujrur orchard. On the premises Is Urge
two-story dwi-Hh))C huse, suitable barns and outbuildings.
AUt 700 acres or bind adjoining the farm If desired.
Or I will sell u piuturo of 1 ()( acres out of the tin-. This
farm and land Is sliu.ited a1ut3jml!ej from FayettevUle
and the same disUince from Wtlllumsvillu,
The iiIkivc Is amonjc the most desirable real-estate In the
County and offers a favorable npportunlty to any one desiring
to purchase. Any liberal credit given.
T. T. KDIUALL.
N'ewfane, Jan. 25, 1860. 3in
ALUAUUC MILL PROPERTY
The well known TAPKU-MILL situated In Guilford, Vt.,
near lira UK loro, Is now cOm-d for sale. It Is a two Lnglue
Mill with Cj lluder Machine, and other n cifary machlntry
for making I'rlnt, Manilla, Wrapping or Ilnnglng I'dptrr, alt
In Rood rut mine iml'rt and can 1 eajlly fitted for fine
papers which wire foimerly made In the mill. The nater
power Is the best on tiri-en lllrtr, hlch Is a mwr foiling
trutm i.f KAtr. I'nr fnrllifr tiiirlti-iiliira Irnufr tf fl II
SA UiUU 11 Y or of the subscriber mt the jiMnists at Urtcn
Klv r, Vt. ISAAC TIHHtLL.
Green Hirer, Feb. 10, 1859. 6
A R M S
F O R
S A L E
THE UNDERSIGNED offers for sale
his home farm situated aliut two miles south west
Lfroui the vlllace of erimn. H.dd Tartu contains i
l o u uc rcM oi gooti uii' or wmcii tiny acres is covered wiiii
wuud tlie remainder Isdhlded Into tlllaife, mowing, orchard-
log (which Is very extensile,) and p.mluraj;e. Tlii dwelling j
houie is two stories with a large L and all the necessary out- j
buildings suitable for two families aud in good repair, with
Butliclent burn room.
ALJU, adjoining the aboe a small farm of lUncres ua
which, U a house and barn. ;
ALSO, h'ilfa mite from the first mmed premises, another j
farm containing 10 ncrvn of Und on which Is a dwelling ,
nouso anu n,im.
A LS ), adj lining the last n iraed primises. a farm contain
ing about OO iivrcn of land equally divided Into tillage,
mowing, pasturage and wood land. On this farm Is a good
dwetling-houtu mill barn with sufficient out buildings.
AISO, 1(1 nrrrn tif tillage land near the village, adjoin
ing the place occupied by Addison W hltheud.
ALSO, 211 acres of wood and pasture laud west of J. F.
The above property will be sold altogether or In sepirte
lots to suit purchasers. Payments made tasy. For further
particulars Inquire of the subscriber.
Vernon, April 20, 18t8. 17
F O R
The subscriber whhes to sell his Home Farm tu
Hinsdale, N. II., situate within three oitleiof llrat
Ltkboro vlllase. consisting of One lluiidk-rd
mill Fifty Acrrw. suitably dlvldcil Into Mowing, I'astur
tng, Tillage and Woodlaud, with convenient IluIWin.
For particulars Inquire of L. O. Mead, Esi.,of Ilrattk-boro,
or of the subscriber on the premises.
Jlinsaale, N. II., October 14, 1853. 42
L L COMPLETE.
The Largest Stock of
CK0CKEUV, GLASS AND CHINA WARE
IN' TIIK bTATf,
Is now opening at
F. II. WHEELER'S,
comprising almostsvery kind of the LATEST STYLE8, among
which may be found the
NEW AN ELEGAMT SYDESHAM,
the only kind that does not cruxe or crackle. I am now pre
pared to furnish U itets, Boarding Housesor Private Families,
wishing to purchase a complete set-out of every thing In that
Hue To save time and money call at
V. II. WHEELER,
llrattleboro, January 1, 1353. 1
Unenou,h' Carbonic Acid Qas
XON EXPLOSIVE FLUID AND CAMPHENE.
I am thu only one who has the right to keep or sell It in town,
and Is tho only kind that should be used
IT Also, Krronciie nml Urrcbnirlilsc Cotil
Oils, which give the most and lihST Light for the LEAST
Money The Limp for burning the same, give u light equal
t FIVE C NIiLa, at a cost of lets than half a cent all
hour No other light except Uas equals It lu brilliancy and
beauty t you have only to try it to be convinced
F. II. WHEELLIt.
llrattleboro, Jan. 1, 1659. 1
IRESH AND CHOICE GROCERIES,
? ' ami as
Sl'OAUS, TKA.S SVlttT k MOLArSES, (all of new crop).
QI10UND L'NUKOUNP Sl'IChS COFFEES ;
I.AIUM FISIIi lOUACCOi UlLj SO ATS I
and every article In the Grocery tine, lfyouwuut a giod
Artlcld at uluw price. call at F. II. HLKLKiCS.
Hratlleboro, Jan. 1, 1850. 1
II Y GOODS,
A guoil u.sortmeutjust rccelvi-J at
f. li. viu:i:i.eu'J.
Brsttl.boro, Jvx. 1, 1S39.
W O It K
The undersigned has made arrangements for doing all kinds
GRANITE STONE WORK,
KlTlll.lt UltESsLI) (lit IX T1IK llOl'tlll.
Stono fur Unicriiliinlii(r, Door Slones, Window Caps,
nml Sills, Posts, See.
e- Of all PATTERNS otnished at short ootice. JE
None but the best workmen will be employed, aud satisfac
tion In all cases guarantied.
Yaiiuos Eixior-ST., Cohnek uf Stohdaku'b Lot.
IlaiTttiBORO, Deo. 8, 18S3. Oin-60
COFFINS HE A J)Y - MADE.
OF ALU KINDS JHO &IZKS,
ItETTIN'C. & BROWN'S.
Also, all kinds of CABINET WOUK
tCT At Hot. 14 2 ESTErs BEOCK,
Bouth eud of Main Btrcet, BRATTLEBOHO, VT,
Feb. 4, 1819. 5
OKIRTS. JUST RECEIVED A NEW
LOT OF THOSE CELEBRATED
WATCH SPUING SKIRTS,
For sale low, by A. DUNKLKE.
West llrattleboro, Feb. 1850.
POUTER'S BURNING FLUID,
For sale che.p, by I. X. THORN.
11 A II E
rPO MILLWRIGHTS, MANUFACTURERS
0WNKKS OK WATKK rillVIU'.OF.S.
The utiderstgned will about the lit Feb. hT ft WATKIU
WI1EKI. (lately patented by Jobs II. FmcmiD of thlsStau)
lit opt ratlon in Imdondcrry, on West Hirer, to which they
would call your candid attention. Among other advantages
of the Wheel we claim,
lt, We obtain the eutlre weight of the water, it wing sua
pendtd to the wheels In an air-tight tube reach!' from the
bottom of the wbctl-l-ox to and Into the water below thus
not only using the water from surface to surface, but even
more the water continuing to act on the wheel 10 long a I It
lias anr downward motion which is considerable even below
the surface as water falling over a dam goes lower than the
surface of the water Into which It falls.
21, The Whel li not at all liable toobstructkm from leaves,
sawxlust or sticks.
3d, It Is so arranged that there Is no welptht of water on
the Journals. The water acting In a Una with the shaft en
terlng at both ends, forming an equilibrium of pressure.
4lh, It Is placed Inside the flume ner the surface of the
water, consequently occupies no space outride and Is easily
accessible and being under water Is never affected by frost.
5th. It is very durable, being made of Iron, and can be af
fordwl at a low price. It can be put In any place and
Attached to saw-mllls, grist-mill, and machlmry of all kinds
with much less expense than any othtr wheel. The velocity
Is such that the eipcnse of gearing up Is avoided for nearly
6th, It can be constructed so as to perfotm any mlmbtr or
revolutions under 3O0O per minute.
Thf one we shatl have In at Imdondrrry will revolve about
TOO times pf-r mlrute. It will be an 18 Inch wheel, Shaft
Ait 1 wheel weighing less than 20O lbs. and will give under
the head S feet twetitj -four horse powir using 104 Inches
of water. , ,
We are well aware that the aboe Is full as much as scien
tlflc men having a knowledge of what the bcit constructed
water wheel have hUhrrto done, will care to believe. But all
we ask Is wait and see.
We shall put one In operation In the south part of the
County, at or near llrattleboro, al soon as an opportunity of
fern, and should be glad to hear from any one In want of a
wheel in that section. '
We have oiw lit operation In our own shop whlc we can r
fer to with satisfaction. . .
Notice will be given through the lAttn of the time we
get the wheel at Londonderry In operation. ..,,
tlllOVF.H k HAItnlNQTON,
Iron Founders and Machinists,
6 Ukjoiscitos, Vt.
A Xr. CONTIIIDUTION TO SCIENCK.
THE OIIEAT GRAND DISCOVERY.
11. R. R.
UAUWAY'S REGULATING PILLS.
Dju RiDWAr k Co. haro recently dlacorrred ft method for
extraction from root,, herbs, pUnti and gums, a nutritious
extract uf such won lerful nourishing powerwhich they
have combined with ILdway's REaiLsma rata that six
of the I'll!, will supply the blood with the same amount of
nutrition as oue ounce of ordinary bread) so that, while the
system Is undergoing u thorough physicking, aud regulating
process It dally becomes strengthened.
Persons atnlcted with Lit tr ComptainttDuMprpiiot Iltart
liiaeaui, Fultntlt of Vootf, and All Females who are sub
ject to rrffu'arfffri, Ilitteria, A;e., are particularly re
cumraended to use these fills. Thvy are pleasant tt take
elegantly eoirrrf iclth yum free from taste, and lefff not
yrtpt, aicttii or wtaitn the .ysfrm, or leaie the bowels
costive. Mothers nurshig should likewise take one or two of
these Pill, onc or Ulc ir week. They will not only keep
yt.ur system healthy an I regular, hut will protect your In
fants agalrst Cramp and Pubis In the stomach, and Insure
not only a healthy child, but will Invest every chltd,thus
suckled, with a swectf Imposition.
KAWWAVS IlEOL'LATINO TILLS
Regulate each und every ofan of tho system, and correct all
.1 rangements of the Liver, liowrls, Stomach, heart and Kid
PALPITATION or Tilt
They are entirety vegetable and harmless an Infant at the
breast can take them with safety, an J persons who ara sub
ject ts fits of Apoplexy, Epileptic, Heart Diseases, &c,
should 'alway s keep a box on hand.
PRICE 2 CKNTS.
Akfor RadmayU RctiniatorM,or Regulating Fillt.
Agents R. R. R. I N.THOIlN.Brattlcborol A.DC.NKLEE,
West llrattleboro. bl
BAR IRON, I'lat, Round, nml Square
I1ANH & HOOP IRJ.N nil alzes
Swedes & Peru Iron SHOi: SIIAITSi
net NORWAY NAII. RODS & CORKIN'O STKELj
CAS T STEEL, ROU.ND & GERMAN STEEL j
A full assortment of the above of the best brands and quat.
tty, constantly on hand and for sale, by
TVLEK & THOMPSON.
Feb. 8th, ISM. cw-t)
l! A W S !
SAWS ! !
ROWLAND'S MILL SAWS;
MULEV MILL SAWS;
OAST STEEL MILL SAWS;
CROSS CUTT & CIRCULAR SAWS;
HAND-, PANEL, & HACK SAWS;
MEAT, COMPASS, & WOOD SAWS;
For sale low, by
Feb. 8, 1S59.
TVIiBK ti THOMPSON,
The subscriber has Just received a large stock of all
kluds of the very best.
MENS' & BOYS' I1EAVY BOO IS,
LADIES' & MISSES' LONG BOOTS
SANDALS, HEEL SANDALS AND GOSSAMERS
Alt fresh from the manufactory. Call and see.
No. 1 Blake's Blork,
Jan. 1, 1S58. D. W.'LEVTIS.
t n im r m iiptt o. n i t t i n i
it, U U 31 8
In Fisher & Haven's Block, Drattleboro. Vt.
Having rtcelTcU a froh supply of MILLI
NERY GOODS, would tipectluUj tarite th
MtUntlouof the Ladleiof UUATTLEBORO nJ
vicinity to their plate of buttinvii, to czvalo
or themselvr their itock of
BONNETS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, &c,
which they tire constantly receiving from the Uteit ImporU-
i ions, w men we can oner on most larurauie wrmi. no
palm will be spared to please our customers. Our work for
me pH. tigni years nas tecn wen leswa ana we ao not deem
it necessary to say more.
MOURNING GOODS AND GRAVE CLOTHES
COSiaTiJtTLT OS niXD OR rCIUUSBID IT BUORT VOT1CK.
OLD BONNETS REPAIRED AND DRESSED
at rtatonably at tlttwhtrt,
MISS S. N GOODELL,
WILL alTTKMD TO
PINKING, MANTILLA & DRESS-MAKING,
AT Till SAUK TLACK.
Brattteboro, Jan. 1, 185V. 16
"WHAT 'S UPP"
Wny SELLECK 13 UP, SIX FEET AND FITS INCHES
and he still continues to Print,
Vt a rilS'S UK. 1UIHX0.
All kinds of Job Printing done with neatness and dispatch.
Eelleclt 'l not a blower
What he says, he 'II doj
He 'a not ''Independeut"
lie depends on jou.
If you want (food printing
For Wed ling or for Ball,
For Auction-sale or Concert,
You will do well to call
At Geo. E. Selloclc's, opposite the
1'ost-offlce, Drattleboro, Tl.
Jq"OTICE TO THE AFFLICTED.
DU. HAYNES, of Wihntngton, VI., Is prepared to extract
Teeth without pain by the application of Electricity,
CJ-Offlce first door North of L'ulvereallst Church.
Dr. II. Is prepare,! to perform all operations, whether on
natural or artificial Teeth In as good style as any Dentist In
the County, 2m-3
SAP BUCKETS. FOR SALE 3000 FIRST
quality Sap Duckets, 1000 extra largo site do ,hy
J. II. Si W. U. ESTKIUIKOOK.
Jan. 27. ,
LIME ! ! LIME ! ! ! ONE HUNDRED
Barrels Wlnooskl Lime, for sal. by
CTRAW CUTTERS. A FRESH SUPPLY
oi Btrair tuners just reoelred anil for sal. cheap by
J. II. & W. II. ESTERDKOOK.
ROCHESTER FLOUR. 100 Barrels
Double Extra Family Flour, "SAM'L P. FLY" brand.
Just received aud for sale by y. Ji FESSENDl'H.
riLOUlt FLOUR, AT THE
FROST St GOODHUE
luilnif mtde their rrnj(ment, for tb camlnr jer la Ihe
bet Whe.t growing icttlonl, will bt rtctlrlm wtekljt frora
the mill FRESH OUOUND FLOUR of all grd, which will
b iuH by tha IIf , Bbl or to) low t to othtr (wlnt.
OH HAND AND HHChlVl.vO
200 barrel. Celebrated Cltr MIIUI
bl. Kxlrn Cnnuda, Michigan
Ixirn Fnmllr Canada, Mlelil
Han nlld Ulilo;
uperflne Canada, Michigan
II YE Kl-OUIt, It Y K MEAL,
OI'AIIAM & I1UCKWIIKAT KLOL'll,
cork mi:al, OIL MEAL,
I10NE MEAL, HOMMONY, &c.
Dec. It, li3.
GROCERIES, PRODUCE, AND PRO
VISIONS. At tlx old stand of
FROST & GOODHUE'S,
WHO Attn UECKtVIKO DAILY
8l'OAR9, MOLASSES A 8YIIUPS, of all kinds I
TEAS, best Oreens and Dlacks, a large stock
COFFEES, Whole and Fure Ground I
BPICES, Fresh and Pure of all kluds I
FIIUIT3 b Ni:T3, both Foreign and Domcstle
OILS, Sperm Solar and Whale
BL'UNINO FLUID & CAMPHENE, as good as the best
FISH or all kinds
DLTTElt, CHEESE, EOOS, LARD, HAMS I
THIl'E, APPLES Oreen and Dry POTATOES, le.
NAILS, IILASS, UOKDAUE, FAHMINO TOOLS)
TOBACCO, SOAPS, Ate, tee.
Anr article usually kept In a Brit class Grocery Store can
b found there.
All orders for Goods at Wholesale or Retail promptly
filled and Goods warranted.
Dec. 15, 1953.
A L T !
S A L T I
1O0O Hu.hcl.T. l.Snltt
tOOO HaK'CJrounil Rock Snll
60 Ilnxa Aaliton'. Fine) Nnll t
SO Hag. Jeffrey A. Vatcr'm Flite SaallJ
For sale In any quantity, by ,
FROST & UOODIIUE.
Dec. IS, H51.
N U F V A N D TO 1J A C C 01
LORHILLARD'S, MACCOBOY, 4 SCOTCH SNUFFS
ANDERSON'S SOLACE TOBACCO
Standard Brands Plug TOBACCO I
ANTI-XKIIVOUH SMOKING TOBACCO,
In 10 lb. Boxes, a new article, very fine and cheap at Vt hole
sale and It-tall, al FROST k OlXIDIIl't'8.
Dec. IS, 19S9.
POWDER! POWDER! ! Frost & Ooon
nr r. Ar-nts for the sale of E. It. TINKER Ik CO.'S
Sporlliiit nnd llluallax l'on-ilrr. The trade sup
plied at Manufacturers prices.
Also, Agents tor me sate oi sniriy r eiae.
lllUTTLt"olu, .Inn. 13th, 1S9.
Cf BOXES MORE OF THAT
ASTI NERVOUS SMOKING TOBACCO
Just received at FROST t OOODnCE'8.
Q. O O D NEWS!
FISHER & HAVEN'S.
STILL, GREATER REDUCTION In the
Prlcr r DRY GOODS rl.se asT
their Eitllre Wluler Slock before- Ihe l.t
OUR MOTTO OF LARGE SALES J.1D SMALL
has met the dtcldrd approval of our Customers, and w. shall
continue to offer the best Goods at the very lowest possible
Special nltentloil Is called t. our Stock at this time
for we are gl ring decided Bssrgnln. In many styles
Zephyr Wool Hoods, the prettiest styles or the season, from
37 to 75 cts. each, at FISHER & HAVEN'S.
"ON WITH THE DANCE."
Ladles' and Oenllemen's White Kid Gloves, for Balls and
Parties, only SO cts. a pair, at FISHER It HAVEN'S.
Ladles' Beaver Kid Silk and Merlnoe Gauntlet Gloves,
from 63 to TS cts. per pal.-, at FISHER i U As EN'S.
KEEP THE FEET WARM,
Ladles' and Misses' Men's and Boys' Plain and Ribbed
Wool Hose, for 50 cts. per pair, at FISHER & HAVt K'S.
KEEP YOURSELVES WARM.
Ladles' and Gent's Merino and Wool Undershirts and
Drawers, Plain and Ribbed, from C3 to 75 cts. each, at
FISHER It HAVEN'S.
MEN'S ENGLISH CALF SKIN GLOVES,
for 37 cts. a pair, at FISHER t HAVEN'S.
Genuine Watch Spring Steel Skeleton Skirts, the best made,
from tl.75 to fl each, at FISHER k nA YEN'S.
All Wool Ray Bute Double Shawls, reduced from $0 to
$1.50, and from $7 lo $, at FISHER It HAVEN'S.
The and Our favorite style of Ragalan Cloaksof which w.
hare already sold over one bundled, from $S to $16 each,
A fiw rbolce ones left, at FISHER at His EN'S.
PLAIN FRENCH MERINOES.
Double Width and Double Twilled In all colors and shades.
Only 85 cts.l worth $1.25 per yard, at
FHIIER & HAVEN'S.
at 30 peret. discount from usual prices, of the best quality,
( 34 Inch wide, 10c 1 l.'i inch wide, 20e per yard,) at
FIclIEK at HAVEN'S.
QARPETINGS I CARPETINCS ! !
HEADQUAIi T 12 R SI
NEW AND RICH STYLES OF CARPETS
O. . AUSTIN'S.
CORNER OF MAIN AND ELLIOT BTS.
COTTON It WOOL CARPETS
FINE ALL WOOL CARPETS
EXTRA FINE ALL WOOL CARPETS I
SUPERFINE ALL WOOL CARPETS
THREE PLY ALL WOOL CARPETS
FLOOR OIL CLOTH OARPETS,
4-4, 5 4,9-1, and 8-4 do do do, best makt.
WHITE AND CHECKED STRAW MATTINGS
D7Allof which will be sold In the general rush of LOW
PRICES at our
CARPET WARK ROOMS,
Corner of Main and Elliot Streets,'
0. E. AUSTIN.
riaWsbero.Jtn. l.ISSO. 1
AM COUNTY MUTUAL
WILLIAM HARRIS, President).
L O. MEAD, Secretary and Treasurer.
F.LRAZER OOtUIAH, J.,
Tt. AfTiiH, nt Ihm rnmti.tnv' I. In tl, ftavlnes Bank Rulldlnr,
BrattleWo, where iK'llcles will ho l-e Issued on most kinds
or property, Including Lite Stock, It will not bo so much
their object to d i a smashing business al a safe one and to
make such a Company as the cltltens i f the County need,
Applications for lusurniice can be made through the Directors
and the A units In the dllTirent towns In the County,
Marsh 1, 1SS9. 9
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF
the City of New York.
CASH CATITAL, 1600 000 SL'ltl'LI'S OVER IM0O00.
The subscriber bavin accepud the Anetiey of this Compa
ny and havlnn Hied In tho Becrctary of State's OIncr, the
ctldence of Its responsibility, required by our Statute, s now
prepared to take risks of prorty usually Insured In this vi
cinity, on favorable terms and urant Policies without delay.
Tho pirfect responsibility of this Company and the known
character of Its officers entitle It lo a rank among the very
flrst In our country.
1H It K C T 0 It S t
CHARLES J. MARTIN, . PatalDSKt.
A. F. W1LMARTH, VlCl PmslDIKT.
WILLIAM O. LAMBERT, Firm of A. A A. Lawrence li Co.
GEORGE C, COLLINS, " Sherman i. Collins.
DANFORll N. BARNEY, " Wells, Fargo t Co.
LDCIUS HOPKINS, " Pres't Iroiiorters' & Tral.Bk.
THOMAS MES9ENOEK, T. ti II. Messenger.
WILLIAM II. M ELLEN, -" Clallln, Mtllen ! Co.
CHARLES II. HATCH, " C. B. llatth i Co.
II. WATSON BULL, " Haskell, .Merrick k Bull.
L. ATTEKIiruY, J a., " lwh Aturbury, Jr. is Co.
LLCIEN II. t'UMAN, " Comon, Lolhrop k Co.
LEVI P. STONE, " Slot,-, Starr Co.
JAMES lll'MYlIltEY, " Harney, Humphrey A Butter.
OEOltUE PEAltllE, " Grors-e Peane k Co.
WARD A. WORK, " W ard A. Work & Son.
JAMKSLOW, " James Isivr k Co.
ISAAC II. FROTIIINOIIAM," I. II. Froll.lngb.am i Co.
CHARLES A. BI LKLEY, " Ilolkley k Co.
RICHARD 1IIQELOW, " loon, King it Co.
GEUIIGE I). MORGAN, " E. D. Morgan is Co.
THEODORE MrNAMEK, ' Bowen, SIcNamee k Co.
CEPHAS II. NORTON, Norton, Jewett & Butbe.
OLIVER E. WOOD, " WHUrJ, Wood it Co.
ALFRED S. BARNES, " A. S. Barnes At Co.
GEOROE BLISS, " Geo. Bliss k Co.
ROK LOCKfl OOD, " R. Lock wood k Son.
JOHN O, NELSON, " Nelson k Co.
LYMAN COOKE, " Cooke, Dowd k Baker.
LEVI P. MORTON, " Morton k OrlnelL
Ct llTIS NOBLE, " Condlt & Noble.
JOHN B. HTTCHINSON, " J. C. Howe it Co.
STEPHEN PAUL, " Stephen Paul It Co.
CHARLES P. BALDWIN, " Baldwin, Starr k Co.
It. GILBERT ELY, " Ely, Clspp k McConnell.
AMOS T. DW10HT, " Trowbridge, Dwlght it Co.
HENRY A HL'RLBUT, ' Bwlfl, Hurlbut t Co.
JKSSSEHOYT, " Jesse lloyt k Co.
WM. STLROIS, Ja., " Sturgls, fhaw 4 Co.
JOHN R FORD, " Ford, Rubber k Co
tl Et), T STLII.MAN, " Steduian, Maynard k Co.
SIDNEY MASON, " Mason A Thompson.
JOHN W. NHITLOCK, " Hbltbiek, Kellogg it Carter.
CYRLB VALE, Ja , tyrus iaiedr.vu.
L. G. MEAD, Aor, Orattlebora.
Aug. 13th, 1SS7.
MERICAN AND FORF.IGN PATENTS.
It. II EDDY, SOLICITOR OF PATENTS,
(Late Agent of U. 8. Patent Office, Washluglou, under Ihe
Act of ISJ7). No. 70 State, opposite Kllby rlreet, Doi TUN.
AFl-ER AN EXTENSIVE PRACTICE OF UPWARDS
of twenty years, cuutinuea to secure Patents In the United
Mates also In Ureal Britain, France and other foreign coun
trlis. Caveats, Jiclncatltis, Ass.gnnMrlits, and all Papers
or Drawings for Patents, executed on liberal terms, and with
despatch. Rcsrarvbts made Into American and F 'rtlgn
works, to determine Uie valUlty or utility of Patents or In
veiitluus, awl legal and other advice rendered lis all matters
touching tht same. Copies of the claims or auy Patent furn
lsl.,nl by remitting One Dollar. Assignments recorded at
This Agency Is pot only the largest In New England, but
through It Inventors have advantages for securing lrnls,
or ascertaining the patentability of Inventions, unsurpassed
by if not Immeasurably suK-rlir to any which can beuCVred
ihM,.t...u. Tl,r Testimonials In-1ow eiren tmise tbatnoue
Is MORE SUCCESSFUL AT THE PATENT 0 FICE than the
subscrllieri and as SLCCts IS Tilt. iiit t'liuur or a
A.NTAOES AND ABILITY, he would add that he has
atnnxlntit rrasnn lo Iwlievr. and can lrove. that at no other
oOlce of the kind are the cbargrs .er professional services so
mtslerate. The Immense practice or the subacrliier tlurlig
t,,tv v.ars t,ast has enabled him to accumulate a vast col
lection of specifications and official decisions relative to pa
tents. These, besldra bis extensive llbrsry cf legal and me
chanical works, and full accounts of patrnts granted In tha
United States and Eurojie, render blm able, beyond question,
to onr superior raciuues tor oMsiniug pateuts.
Alt n.ee.sltr of a lournev lo Washliutt. n. to procure
patent, and the usual great dtlay there, are here saved In
"I regard Mr. Eddy as one of the mosl coyahle anj sus.
celsu practitioners with whom I have had official trie t
course. CHAS. SIASON," Commissioner of Volenti.
"I have no hesitation in assuring Inientors that they can
not employ a rson more competent and truitwortky, and
more capable of putting their applications In a form tu secure
for them an early and favorable amsbleratlon at the Patent
Office. IIUMIND BUIIKE,"
Late Commissioner of Patent!
"Boston, February 9, 1SSS.
"Mr. R. n. Eddy has made for me THIRTEEN applica
tions, od all but oss of which patents hate been granted, and
that one Is neis pending;. Such unmistakable proof or great
talent and ability on his part leads me to recommend all In
ventors lo apply to him to procure pap-nts, as they may be
sure of having the most faithful attention bestowed on their
cases, and at srry reasonable charges. JOHN TAGUAHT."
From Sept 17lh, 18S7, to June 17th, 1SS3, the subscriber.
In the course of his large practice, made, on firfre rejected
applications, SIXTEEN APPEALS, EVERY ONEof which
was decided In iaior, by the Commissioner of Patents.
It. II. EDDY.
TARK'S & PERRIC.O'S SPOKE
PATENTED A.D. 1 864.
. 000 lbs. I Co.t, 1500
m 8() to 100 per hour, and by a simple
Yl lit Dress from
adjustment or Its parts, will make mem 01
any length, style or slss.
For County or Town Rights In New Hampshire, or for tha
Right of Vermont, address
JOHN LISCOM WestBratt!eboro,Yt.,er
LEVI LISCOM, Concord. N. H.
SPOKES MADE TO ORDER.
July 30, 1868. 31
"yy INTER IS COMING,
and every man should hare
WATER PROOF BOOTS!
XEHKMBER Til AT
MEN'S AND DOYS' HEAVY BOOTS
Made from Oak Tanned Uppef Leather.
HEAVY DOUBLE SOLE CALF HOOTS,
Some extra wide.
Double Sole and Double Upper
CALCUTTA AND CALF BOOTS,
Also, RUB II El! HOOTS
of the best quality selling cheap.
XT Call and sea, at No. 4 Blake's Block.
Brattleboro, Jan. 1st, 11J.
The following styles of Artificial Tteth are Inserted al my
GOLD Si SILVER.
Too much cannot be said In favor of the Rubber Work, It
la one third lighter thin Gold Work, and very much stronger.
If broken It can be repaired without heating the other teeth,
thereby runulng no ri.k of weakening or breaking them, as
Is very common with a gold set. It does not corrode In the
mouth and has no taste or smell, does not Irritate tho mouth
as metal plates do, Is no trouble to keep clean, and does not
become offensive as gold and silver does, and clings to the
mouth with much more tenacity. It resists the strongest
adds, and does not Income porous. This work Is recommend
ed and used by all of our best dentists in New York and
Philadelphia. I have luserted over City sets of this work,
(having used it for nearly two years) and hare had but one
set to reptlr, and that for a lady who In a little while entirely
broke up a fold set. Persons needing teeth will do well to
give me a call. Filling done securely and teeth extracted by
an Electro Qatvanlc Machine, "made expressly for tho pur
pose, with little or no pain."
J. M. COMEGYS.
Brattleboro, January 1, 1853. 1
SLEIGHS ! I
The subscribers have on hand FOUR OOOD COMMON
SLEIGHS, which they will sell low for cash, or will ex.
change them for good 11 in. MAPLE and BIRCH, or 7-8 In.
HEMLOCK HOARDS, J, 11. & W,I1 ESTERBROOU.
Dec. 10, ltli. M
T 0 V E S !
STOVES ! !
tthe subscribers Continue to keep a large stock of tha most
pproved patterns of COOKINO, PARLOR, and BOX
STOVES, Including all kinds of STOVE FURNITURE and
RUrSIA and ENGLISH STOVE PIPE.
Als i, a general assortment of PLOWS, which they will sell
low for cash or approved credit.
Old Cast Iron and most kinds of Lumber taken In ex
change. J, 1. it W. II. ESTERBKOOU.
II. FESSENDEN, Genkrai. In
a utrance Agency,.
C. C. WAITE, Set'y. ('. D. BOWEM, Pre'!.
This Company Las a Capital of a
QUARTER OF A .MILLION DOLLARS,
At! paid lii nml Kocurclr Inverted. Risk", on
moat clnneg of ptoiifrty," vfl!l he taken at rc
foti.tliU1 rutea. App'r 'i
F. H. FESSENDEN, Agist.
VERMONT MUTUAL EIRE
TnnurAiica Com nun t. Thli Cotnpanr conttnueg to do
Slush" on fatrorable term. Capltolon the lit of August
I nit, f 1.410.270 5( atid d incrcaiinr
sT. II. IFsC;)r..iwi.mrtH':iin
7I7TNA EIRE INSURANCE
cd fur Iniurauct In tldi Cutnjan tri of Hi oldest In tli
ATATIONAIs LIFE INSURANCE COM-
1 1 nanv of the United Slates.
The aubscrllier harlnr been appointed Ayent for this well f s-
tabllslted company, will etrrct insurance us any amount not
decoding J10.000 ou one risk. F. II. FESSENDEN.
1'RINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE
Insurance Company, of Springfield, Mass.
CAPITAL STOCK, IM.OO0.
OFFICE, CITV HOTEL BLOCK.
Insures Real and Personal property against Fire, on favora
n i r. ECi o i: s .
samuel s. day.
JOHN D. MERRICK,
KDMUNI) FREEMAN, President.
WILLIAM COX.NI'.R, Secretary.
Applications for Insurance may be made to
F. II. FESSENDEN, Agent at Brattleboro.
TI.ANTIC FIRE AND MARINE IN-
surance Company, Providence, R. I.
PAID UP CAPITAL, JIM 000.
OFFICE NO. 10 NORTH MAIN STREET.
Insure against Fire Risks on as favorable terms as other Re
I) I I! ECTO i: s .
Hon. W. W. IIOPPIN,
Gov. of Itbule Island.
Hon. JAMES . SMITH,
Mayor of Providence.
F. II. RICHMOND,
JA.ME S. PIIETTEPLACK,
'GEORGE W. HALL,
JOHN A TAFT,
II. W. EVANS.
HENRY W. GARDNER,
GEORGE L. CLARK.
S. MAURAN. President.
B. STTVEN'S, Secretary.
F. II. FESSENDEN, Agent at Brattlehoro.
SSASOIT INSURANCE COMPANY,
CASH CAPITAL, $140000.
This Company is prepared to Insure Real and Personal
Proxrly agalusl Fire t-u as favorable terms as similar Insti
SAMUEL 8. DAY, WILLIAM 1IIRNIE,
CHESTER W. CHAPIN, A. W. CHAPIN,
J. U. 1 1NTO.N, HENRY ORAY,
STEPHEN C. BEMIS, 0. L. CO ILL,
HENRY FULLER, JR , A. L. BOL'I.K
J. II. M. BTERHINS, O. II. GREEN LEAF.
E. S. CHAPIN,
SAMUEL S. DAY, Presldeut.
J. S. PARISH, Secretary.
F. II. FESSENDEN, Agent at BraUlebro.
pany, Conway, Mass.
INCORPORATED AND ORGANIZED IN 18(9.
ASSETS, 'JOO.000 DOLLARS.
JAMia 8. WHITNEY,
ASA 1 10VV LA NI,
E. D. HAMILTON,
W. II. BOWDOIN,
D. F. M-01LVRAY,
A. II. BULLEN,
JAS. S. WHITNEY, President.
JOS. II. Sl'lSAOVE, Secretary.
F. II. FESSENDEN, Agent at Brattleboro.
MORE TO HE ADMIRED THAN THE
EVER WORN BY KINUS OR EMPERORS.
Whatf ll'y a ttcauttfulet of Hair. Because It Is
the ornament (Jod ktmtetj proxiied for all our race. Read
r, although the rose may bloom ever so brightly In the glow
ing cheeks, th. eye be ever so sparkling, the teeth be those of
pearls. If the head Is bereft of Its cuvsring, or the hair be
snarled and shriveled, harth and dry, it worse st.ll, If sprin
kled with gray, nature will lose more than half her charms.
Prof. Wood's Hair Restoratlte, If used two or three, times a
week, will restore and Iwrmanenth secure to all such an or
naminu Read the following and judge. The wrlur of the
first is the celebrated Vtanltt, Tkalberg t
New Yoal, April 13,1853.
Da. Wood t Dear Sir t Permit me to express to you th.
obligations I am under for the entire restoration of my hair
to Its original color; alwut the Ihne or my arrival fn the Uni
ted 8tates It was rapidly becoming gray, but upon the appll
cation of your "Hair Restorative" as a very wonderful Invcn
Ucn, quite elScacioua as well as agreeable.
I am, dear sir, yours truly,
uDryc a'r Guyliedet."
Welsh Newspaper Office, I J Nassau street, (
Arril 12, MS. 5
Paor. O. J. Wood i Dear Sir Some month or six weeks
ago I received a bottle of your Hair Restorative aud gave II
my wife, who concluded lo try It on her hair, little thinking
at the tme that It would restore the gray hair to its original
color, but to her as well as roy surprise, after a few weeks tri
al it has performed that wonderful effect by turning all the
gray hairs to a dark brown, at the same time beautlf) tng and
thickening the hair. CHARLES CADRLW.
. NgwYoal, July 25, 1847.
Panr. 0. J. Wood i With confidence do I recommend
your Hair Restorative as being Uie most efficacious article I
ever saw. since using your Hair Restorative my hair and
whiskers, which were almost while, have gradually grown
dark ami I now feel confident that a tew more applications
will restore them to their natural color. It has also relieved
me or all dandruff and unpleasant Itching, so common among
persons who rsplrc freely. J. 0. KILBY.
Paor. Wood, About two years ago my hair commenced
falling aud turning gray I was last becoming bald, and had
tried many remedies to no effect. I commenced using your
Restorative In January last. A few applications fastened my
hair firmly. It began to fill up, grow out, and turned back
lo Its former color, (black.) At this lime it Is fully restored
to Its original color, health, and appearance, and I eheerlully
recommend Its use to all. J, D. HOES.
Chicago, III., May 1, 1847.
The Restorative Is put up In bottles of 3 sites, vis i large,
medium and small the small holds half a pint, and retails
for one dollar ior bottlei the medium holds at least twenty
per cent, more In proportion than the small, retails for two
dollars per botte the large holds a quart, 0 per cent more
In proportion, and retails lor f 3.
O. J. WOOD k Co., Proprietors, S1J Broadway, N. v., (In
the great N. Y. Wire Railing Establlsliment) and 114 Market
straet, St. Louis, Mo. And so d by all good Druggists and
Fancy Goods Dealers.
Wholesale Agents for Boston S. BURR k CO., GEO. C.
OOODWIN, POTTER k WEEKS.
Retail Agents REDDING k Co., 8 8tate street GEO. B.
LITTLE, KM) Hanover street. J. F. HOLMAN, No. 3 Tre.
monl Temple, Wholesale Agent. 39
R E S S
MlSS SARGEANT continue, to work t t nl.t
Malu Street, opposite the Revere House, where she contluuts
to do all kinds of work In the Mantua-Making line, an: will
do work to give perfect satisfaction In regard to style aud
Having been to the city for the latest styles for
And a variety of MANTILLAS.
TO DRESS MAKERS IN THE ADJOINING TOWNS.
V n t-t. IV. I l ....!.. . . . . ...... ...
v-.. (h,u.-.i U..U1 nituc.ci; .anciyui I Allt.an, lint
latest fashion always), for kalf the price that you can est
them. nitm-r.TS. t. n innw-
Brattleboro,Apr!l29th,lS48. ig '
GAS LIGHT. TO THE CITIZENS OF
lmATTLKHOUO. The subscriber has em
ployed competent persons to put In Oaa IMpes and Futures
Into dwellings, stores or offices In Uie most approved manner
ami will warrant the same perfect. They will all be tettti
before Oat it introduced Into them.) Being interested In
building the Oaa works and managing them after completed
he will feel an Interest u having all such work properly done.
Will also hare Oas Fixtures of railous styles aud patterns for
ale at reasonable price. D. HILL, Art. B. Ou Co.
Oct. 8) 119. gl
It A 1 1. II 0 A D KJ) TICKS.
tf.,..,,.,,aCllKSmnE ItAILnOAII. Win.
J(f!sf7$ial!ltrr Arrangement. On and after Monday, Jan.
s-si--wi 18SJ. the Mall Trains will run as f jllowsi
itnvtNn K A AT. Leave
Bellows Falls at 7.40 A. M. and 3 30 P, M. Keeoe at 0.20
A. M. and 3.30 P. M. and arrive at Fltchhurg at 12.00 I.
and S.14 V. M.t and at Boston at 2.80and 7.44 P. M.
MOVING WEST. Leave .......
Dn-tnii at 7.80 and 11.00 A. M.t Fltchlmrg at 0 44 A. M.,
ami 1J0P. M. Kecne, 11.34 A. M., and 3.40 P. P. and ar
rive vt Bellows Falls at 12.30 ami 4.40 P. M.
Tratnl Connect a foltowt l
Up Mall Trtln al ll Hows Falls with RUTLAND It BUR
LINGTON RAILROAD, for Rutland, Burlington, Montreal,
ligdenslmrt-ht Albany,Troy, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady
and the West. . .
Also, with SULLIVAN RAILROAD, for Windsor anil points
North, via VT. CENTRAL, I'ASSUMPSIC, and VERMONT
k CANADA ROADS, &C.
P. M. Accnminislatlon Train up, connects with SL I.I.n An
RAILROAD for Windsor,
Mien Tralne Connect at Fltckbvrg
Willi Trains of Fltchhurg Worcester R. 11. for Worwsrer,
Norwich, Providence and New York city.
And at Orolon Junction with trains of Worcester k Nashua
It. It. for Nashua nnd Concord and with Trains cf Btony
Brook It, It. for Lowell, Lnwrcno, Ac.
;. A. C'MAI'IN. Superintendent.
Superintendent's Olllce, Keene, D-c. 31 ,1868.
Th.,s.,),.-.iriJ VMUMOXT VAI.I.KY HAII
K,Hi("tfi33fllOAI. On and after MONDAY, Dee. o,
EaL3Ci3la1il845, TRAINS will run as follows
Leave Bellows Falls for Brattleboro, 8 04 A. M. and 2 2$ P.
M. Returning leave Brattl-boro for Bellows Falls, 10 40 A.M.
and 4 26 P. M. FREIGHT TRAIN leaves Bellows Falls at
0.44 A.M. Brattlibnro 2.30 P. M.
The two Passenger Trains ot er this route, connect Bouth with
the Vt. k Massachusetts and Connecticut River Railroads
lo Springfield, Hartford, New Haven and Bridgeport direct to
New York. On the North with the Rutland k Burlington, Sul
livan, Vermont Central, Vermont & Canada, Connctlcul and
Patsumpsie Risers Rail Roads, forming direct communication
with WhlUhall, Saratoga and Schenectady, St Johnibury and
White Mountains, Burlington and Rouse's Point, Ogdensburgh
and Mnntrr l. M. SLOAT, Superintendent.
Vt Vall-y R.R.Omce,Dec.Oth,I868.
tbtsgTirK. L'llANtl EOF TRAINS,
ZjLUOi on and alter MONDAY, DEC. 0, 1843,
trains will run as follows t
The Mfiavjua TnJIi will leave Windsor at 4.00,Claremont
at 4il6, ami Charleetown at 0.40 A. M., connecting at Bel
lows Falls with Cheshire Railroad for Boston, Lowell and
Worcester, and with Vermont Valley Railroad for Springfield,
New York, Ac.
The Mm. Tail will leave Windsor al lilO, Clarnmont al
li34, and Charleetown at 2.03 P. M. connecting at Bellows
Falls with Cheshire and Vermont Valley Railroads.
The Mia Taiu will leave Bellows Falls al 12.30, Charles,
town at 12 44, ami Clsremont at 1:32 P. M.I connecting at
Vt Indsor with Vermont Central Railroad for Montpeller, Bur
lington, Rouse's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburg, Ac, and at
While lllrtr Junction with Passtimpalc Railroad for Wells
River, Littleton, 8t Johnsbury, Barton, Ac.
The EtuiinTailii will leave Bellows Balls at 4i30, Charles
town at 0.20, and Claremont at 720, p. M., for Windsor.
Charlestown, Dec. 0,1849.
y.l..taiw UUTI.ANH llfHI.INGTON
hii!Ujtisji.IiAi,ilAl, on aud aftir Monday,
rr J1 j,n )7, 1840, Trains will run as follows, lo
wltt Moling South and Eat. (
Leave Burlington 8.10 A. M. and 7:24 P. M.
Arrlre at Rutland II 40 A. M. and 10:30 P. M.
Leave Rutland 11:40 A. M. and 4.00 A. M.
Arrive at Bellows Falls, 2:25 P. M. anil 0:14 A. M.
Moling tl'eet and North
Leave Bellows Falls o.OO A. M , nd 12.30 P. M.
Arrive at Rutland 10.30 A. M. and 2:44 P. M.
Leare Rutland 0.00 A. M. aud 3.04 P. M.
Arrive at Burllrgtou at 0:14 A. M. and 4.00 P. M.
Fnlght Train with Fassengrr Car attache!.
At Burlington, Trains connect with Trains of 1 ermont Cen
tral Road. At Rutland, with Trains for Troy, Albany, aod
New-York, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady, and the West.
At Bellows Falls, with Tralnsot the Cheshire Road for Fitch
burg, Worcester, Lowell, and Boston. VtlthVl. Valley Road
for Brattleboro, Springfield, Hartford, New Haven, and New.
lork. Ami wltli Sullivan Road for Windsor, White River
Junction, and the White Mountains.
jy Passengers going West, will find litis the cheapest and
most direct route. Tickets aid all necessary lnfonnat!on,can
be had al the Bellows Falls Ticket Oflc-.
E. A. CHAPIN, Superintendent.
I'.utlaud, Jan. 17, 189.
CASAIs IIAII.IIOAD. WINTER
5 A Hit s,N 0 EM ENT Commencing TU ESD A Y,
- Dec. 1Mb, 1868. Trains will run dally, (Sun
day excepted) as follows t
LEAVE NEW HAVEN AT
0.00 A. M., freight train, wlOi passenger car attached, for
Northampton, arriving at 11:30 A.M.
11:46 A. M ,or on arrival of 8.00 A M. Express train from
New lork, connecting at Northampton wiUi train on Conn.
Rlvirlt 11, for (JreinlleH, Brattleboro, Ihllows Falls and
Northern Railroads Receiving passengers at WeetfielJ,
from trains on Western ltallrfd, from the East aod West.
4P M., cr on arrival of 12:46 P. M. train from New York,
connecting at llalnrllle with train on Hartford, Providence
and Flshklll Railroad going West, and at Westfleld with
trains on Western R. R going East and West. Rerelving
passengers from Hartford, Providence and Fltbklll Railroad
at llalnvllle, ami from train on Western Railroad, at West
flild, from Boston, Worcester and bpringfield.
LEAVE NORTHAMPTON AT
8.34 A. M. for New Haven, connecting at Westfield with
train on Western Railroad, for I'lttsfleld, Albany, Troy and
the West) at New Haven with MO A. M train for New
York and intermediate stations. lassengers fr the Hart
fnrd, I'rovldenoe and Fiahklll Railroad will take tlds train to
11 10 A M , In Connection with train on Conn Riser R.
R. fp-m the North. Connecting at Westfleld with trains on
Western R R going East aud W est, and at Plalnvllle with
train on Hartford, Providence and Flshklll Railroad going
East. At New Haven with 2 04 P. M. Express train for New
12:10 P. M. freight train with passenger car attached, for"
ew Haven, connecting at llalnvllle with train on Hartford,
Providence and Flshklll Railroad going West.
COLLINSVILLE BRANCH TRAIN.
Leave Colllnsvllle at 7-60 A. M. aod 2.44 P. M, Return
ing, leave Plalnvllle at 12 30 P. M. and 4.24 P. M.
Freight trains leave New York daily, (Sundays excepted,)
comer Franklin and Center streets, at G:14 P. M., and arrive
at Northampton at 11:30 A M. Leave Northampton at 12.30
P. 31 , and arrive In New York at 12.34 A. M. Through
without change of cars.
Daily lines of stages run from Northampton to Amherst,
Wllllamsburph, Haydenville, Florence and Hadley. From
Colllnstille to New Hartford and Wlnsted. From Cheshire
lo Wattrbury. P. DENNIS, General Agent.
New Haven, Dec. 51st, If 48.
THE PERFECT MELODEOX.
TITE ARE HAPPY to inform tho public that
v T slue the late disastrous fire we have erecud a new
and much larger factory than our old one and are prepared to
supply more promptly than heretofore Uie constantly Increas
ing demand for the PaarxcT Mklodkoh,
The reputation of our Instruments for Purity, Sweetness,
and Evenessof tone and prompuiessof touch la'uusurpassed,
and with the many new aud valuable Improvements we have
recently Introduced Into our instruments we have no heslta
lion In saying that In all points that constitute a perfect and
desirable Metodeon, they are unsurpassed.
OUR NEW PATENT 1IASS DAMPER,
By which the performer is enabled to control at will the pow
er of the Base, while Uie Treble retains its full force
and brilliancy, Is put un to all our Instru
ments free of charge, and can only
obtained of us.
II A P. M 0 N I 0 ATTACHMENT
Which we hare recently patented Is the most valuable Im
provement made on Uie Melodcou ror years. By It the power
of the Instrument Is doubled without Increasing Its size or
number of reeds. Instruments with this attachment are the
VERY BEST FOR CHURCHES, yet Imentedl and for PAR.
LOR use, HAVE NO EQUAL.
In our new shop every arrangement has been made to fa
cilitate work and produce erfect Instruments. Our workmen
are thoroughly cxtierlenctd, and Uie machinery new. And
no pains or eiMise a III be spared to make THE PERFECT
MELODEON superior to anything else In market.
Having Increased facilities Tor keeping IivxXOBS .
lu our new Ware Rooms, a much larger stock than
formerly will be kept fur SALE and to RENT
at manufacturers' prices.
All inetrumentt uarranted and cent to any part of the
Country at our rist. ESTKV ti GIIKKN.
BRATTLEBORO, Aran, 1858. 16
M. EI. WELL, SAW MAN-
. tl F A C T U It E R ,
MAIS STREET, SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
RHVI fit ll lttn.1.L sn. M-.t...t
haixl at, for anloat iuch pricei ai will
aAJUBl .rigs, ct7uomit(.
Jinalt Its branches, such as Mill, Cir
cuit, Cross Cut, Hand, Panel, 4te ,c ,
that liAVA llnlr. Inl.i kJ.l.-J
backs, or rim bound, go't out and war.
'iw ruuico as gooa as new. Also, saws of
every description Re-Toolhed or gummed out, Set and Filed
In the heat of order.
ARer having an experience of twelve years In the Saw
making and Repairing business, I am In hopes to give entire
satisfaction lu regard to price and workmanship. ly 10
The above SheeUngs (though not the heaviest) rank amonr
the heavy Sheetings. They are hard twisted and very dura,
ble goods and are of Just the right texture to wash easy. or
the sake of avoiding commission, freljbt, Ao they will be
sold mor. than half a cent per yard cheaper than thee readl.
ly sell for lu the cities. Il l, linked thTy .re ?h. cLPe,
goods in market according to their real value. Warranted lo
give satisfaction to the purchaser.
For sale wholesale and retail by B, SKINNER, at his Fan.
tory In Chesterfield, N. II., and by '
v . . "SHER k HAVEN Brattleboro, Vt.
Merchants and consumers are Invited to examine them.
Aug, 10, 1848. 33
ATER. 1 SHARE IN THE WESTERN
W V i - . .
v v AqvanccT tor sale bj
Brattkborot March 0, 1868,
B. KIRK LAND.
HOSTON AUVKimsiiMliN I'S.
, A.VKJfTHORTllsro.,HTI'.,IM MAR.
HI.i: WIIKKI. MSVri.M. MIIWItMS-MTa ...
all kinds of VlARIIt.K WOltK. Aim. rorrl. ,', tJ3
nm..t!a IfsrMa In HWh. -n.l IS if 1- ".
0 lls.ssklU St, sn 4, t,K I0sa4 llllev.fi lll, ' ' "''
NTIMSO.M, VALU.tTINi: It I ).,
no, no india nTituirr.
- aappllH to tli. Trsde st lowrst (.Mh Prie-s be
it ii. I it. a-rwioiit. wiu.!...:- il.lJ.. . .r?Z
Uomm.rel.1 itfMt. heed of Uly Wt-rt, VhMtua
Ofdsrs by M.ll of Lssfw. pfooiptly tln.l.d to,
-- ivtv. est sore" sb xtvjvixjiiv"
JHB Msnafbetursrs of
Hlf MELODtONS AND OUGAN HIRM0NE0K9.
StllKIUUI. gueof. Chafh. BU tiffin! III ,,.
S tfsled P.ini,hl.l,l pps Hill trs. lo n, ijA.""
MODEL SINCINQ BOOK.
- ..lesoioffcoiirciionoi Slssieibrov.hguitha
IT. fl. I and In rn. Und It U hl.K . Mi..m A ... n-i-.V u."!'
bhedby HA8UN UltO,New Voft J. H. l iTl.Vrf, ito.fX"
rrwejTjrK. OOWAWT HOOD.
ftrs, Whnl.sal.anil Hfi.lWUf.l.r.l,
5tK3s, r.friin .turn rn-r.yMi.
AI,AnurtraMITII MUnOANS rtTENr MACIII.Ms:
BAt), No. OO UNION end 1)7 flllENIi T, tUml'Z
ClIAm.IM COPrllNIl, rONFIXTIO.NCR. "
lOand T tOUttl'firilKKr, HOfTOH.
Conrlsntly on hand lbs b.,1 ICK CHEAM. PLUM A FAXCT
CAKE8,Ae. T.bl. oroameats of .very dfserlraioa S0psllf4 M
the shortest aotlc.1 aiM,'lsa, ConVa, lufresbmeou, ae.
jJBL 1 FamDIes'and Mannfaetarer. wtll And u. prsosr.
fcsTAif fl te.xhlblLsd raralsh th. MOST APPKUvVn
mbfltmrWHAVHlN M in the inirh.t, .1 prices vsrrlnf rront
SI) lo ttu too WA811I.1UTON STREET, (rtefond FloorJ
Boston. U mit.rAHU, A..BI
gsTlic Useful Scwin? Macliiue!
Anennmi ssesiniDie ramnjr iviaenine
mpl. nd retlsbl. -err sale at a low price
13U HM.AfNATl.M Htroet. Mletelln,
l tVo-SS Chnrlestuivn fts.. lt.wi,.n.
'-.'"Tlirv iVees, Menomento, Ufa e Stonr., Tsbis Top.. W..k.
Howl Tops, aa, mad, lo ord.r,on th. mo.1 VA!,'u?..''
No. S Washington St., and Dock rjuare.
The Laust and most Valu.bl.
INVENTIONS AND MACHINERY OH HHiaiTini)
'"ventlons SuHcIsM foe rxMWUon, If., of eh.rf., aad
eie.m lVw.r provlowl for MMaintrv, iFrslthl w h. pfid be
eontrtb.tora) ral.nl lUebU and Msehlnrs For sals, of .Vary
r . -a--- m -a ms, lw, myvnwm, .
fl XjAMXM, OXTjS, tfl0.
(J rtrwrnilnwiatof KKP.OSENE, OH COAL OIL LAMTS,
Jh B liming lluld. Mirth'! Oil, Camphetis?, lie. will 0a1 H lo
Ihelf ulranUff Co Mil itltvi Oil fttnM Urvnfft Unp
Jf ttort) Ufon pwchwlat. OSS UcKITNCT.
CpgH Tihlpgfain S treaty Dotlon.
THIi .1IIS8IO.T.MA' CO.VCHM1 3T.
TrtrtntrOn MONTHLY CONCERTS or PRATER FOR
!!9fUON3 In Ih UtTrrtnl Emtkl Charthti l!ixobl
or Coaotr lntfMtlT and oUritlDlDf . a
UllUEH OF EXEHCISEtl,
slfiirt io neart prcrlon prvinmitfon on tha prl of th tpotlf
t rt. knd drw out tpproprlU UiUliitrtiie, tl tm.ii Monthly Vom
rrt, hu IWn prvptutvl, 1th Ut Mfubmet ot tnmbrt of th
MlMionftrr llosirtU, ri null piiBUd In ft Ml of tvclrt frrisUl
tancktt CAIlliS, In which Ui MlsNionary World it dlvldod tal
IwclTtdUtticU. Ksich ffktr WiAfftaTtd (b th McrpUne o(
Card iDdleatlnff ftU uLlcctt n montt. in Irknca tor itvh dit
triet, od prYMrti hlnwlrto Import. In an addrctM of I to T tan
utM,tbUrtb$t.ntfth.ntolllfnae from lh dlntiiet
W appntnwa to rrprrnem u in ntn noniniv uoisean. (.lrn
tntn smd ll fritnd of MlsMiVtia,r tuppli! with thU bc
drrof EarciMthf Mail, prapaJd
wiu, iDcwtswn im lunna or pn
wUst BtamM. to I
atofiarr Hnomi la lkUo. or to Ui lsbUh. JOHN 8TILE3,
1 KUI HUet. IWtoo. Ordan promptly bUikL F.rmtj Itsnciatj
tht drlrt a lo mst tttv Honihl Cotvrrt fitr MImIod, nlj la
lr-HiT r.trtr, will tmfS "" HsA
r tVwri la ItottOB. or to tha lblrir. JOHN 8TILE3,
JdanoractartTeyf andiJtakr In
Parlor, Ilnivflne ftoom nnd Pnlnted
Loiiut furtstturr. Xookintr Okajara. MattraMsM.
Ftathtra, fte. Impoitara nt tlfholatrrr, ruiahti, IJAmtvaka, Ualr
tini.ta. NofclitoH CORN II ILL. BOSTON.
CODMAPf fc MILBTLEFF,
Wbilsata and Raiail lisral-ia In
' Dentnt tf Huricicttt MnitrumiHfg,
rj7 jrint Tre-iaa and Drni.fa antelw, Im
puun tnaMte 9 hx Kin ft, c- c Manuraciw
Hitof ainilJaa tat Lha Itf, e c Ito. IS Trcmool St. Boato-
T - JOXZZVISOIV a oo.
WhotttaJt Mauurat-turrr of rr Ttrirtr of
I FRENCH AND AMERICAN C0NFECT10NERT,
Uihiiid nuiidinr. n tkemunt btrskt,
In Oil or Crayon from Sin to 835.
J. II. ColUrr. Tto. XOS Wnililiiftonftt., ni stairs.
Will petJiit lortratta or draw Orjon llrtvla. at tha aboT lnw pricaa.
BpociiBaaicaD b atan. rortraJU,Bfa'lft(copiad frora dafuirTCH
Ijpea. jn frora 10 to.
SAMUEL HOUGHTON & CO.,
Xaaufftwrsr. sod ll-alff. In
nTeassss, .tlattilla, Jutittuet Collar
Bopei SlarUa, II.OM lios, fprtaf. Mo: Sail. Ilwd-
rseklae, vfniprilnf Psper, ae.
No. OA llrua.t Street. .
i. SELr-lKI0 HAM) PRESS CO.
G-. IIotlceH, Aeont.
Cartsrt DundiBf.eorri.fof WATER a IIKTO?f
SIIIKE BTS. and 81'ltlNO l-AtfE, DOSTU:f.
This Press U a Keif loklns aJ.chln.th. rotI.r
b.tf hoUow, e-ei'Uas a rapply of lak saffldsnt tor
illakc. Hitntartl 6c Co,
FANEUIl HAIL AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE,
Troiittr te Mear'u Plows.
anuad.of now cunn. m. a aa merchmats' bow.
sit - -v UNHIVALLED rEnTII-IZEK.
fit- ,T Ooaoo eieelled t by Cos Coeopaav. roaliw-
tfuMlri4 fMlunrs of Pur. Cru.arf Don. and Sopn
s 'lias "j rno.phats of Um: Try Ihero. Ca.h pail tor
Tl SIT Booa. Uac l Broad SUeU, Boston.
II. BniClIER . . . S. S. C. liUSMU-L,
DESICNERS A ENGRAVERS ON WOOD
laa U'sesklsssT'siss Street,
uf stairs. posaTOiir.
All klada til Trunk Stoek at Mannfaeturera' prleee.
PLAIN, PRESSEDAND CUT FLINT
70 Hermnd St.. ft Firtt, near Vomer f
BTREIlT, SOUTH BOSTON. Ordara punctual. BllcL IMtplw
Mould! will racciva Imracdlatt atUntloo. Ruby aad othar colorad
war to order.
N. . Patent Right Eichnne Depot,
Over G-orrlsli IS tar Ice t. 33oston.
for tha Put-that and gala of American and rortlrn TatatU for
practical and valuable lnaiUon whrt !nTntira and ltt(aa
cau r'a JnT.ntiona on KX1UU1TION WITHOUT CIIARUC,
Bf nroanra paUnta promptly at low rate. DUK01N Jk CO.
21. ti. Dicklnaon.
ItOKT1IH PATENT TIILSS, U AlIDOIl
NAK8l)I'rHlP.IL A NEW AND SCIENTIFIC
INVENTION tha actt la aaa fa tha pamvanant apra
andrlifoMlarnlaand Uuptura. Tha auprrr Sf
U.U- Mao u1 actum and IWrlAT, MIIUil.L I OWN. CONN.
CODUtM A SIlURTLEVr, WfaoUaala AianU.llOSTOX
Affiita. Malnat TitctwnV A Cumrnlnri, IL IL liar Jt Co. Port
land ti. K llartow, Batsror. Nw llaranaMrat Hlllna A Co,
Omcordi tiUkaJtCaldvalLManehratai'i Wlitta HilL Naahua i
Wnrt. R. Praitoo. lonarnoutK. Vrrmonli Fradk. lu ain.th, Uont
RlUr. Rhoda Jataodt A. J. Smith. D. Kolraau J. Baieh A Son,
ovldtncc. Maaaarhaanailnl.IUiaC.Sar.6prtnrfltM O. H.
Ppnrr,IUihCs Womaurt Brown lTka, balaoi t F. U. Choata,
C IL diUlintm, ritchburc t -C.RtMtu Vf.Bt.rii ham. U.D LowaLL
'.To lloUte?Cownpaior IuhirHhoifl7
JOB TOirffTTnUfS, rtiO.,
Throughout tht I'nltad StaUa and tha Bntlili rrovlucaa.
TJIIjTjTIOTtVTM Ac BIIAGG'3
Stcrcotyne mid Electrotvi)e Foundry,
tl CONUKtrSA STRKKT. BOSTOV.
Ii f or rt!l ahxkad and fmJj aauipnad fur tha pnaiptdaa
patch of all ordtn tvr
Htoiotyiinc or TCleotrotvpIna
aUdottf, I'aiiiiililcts. Newfiinprr llifatlt. Wood
nitttiB.s iI, Mnnji'a, lllfi. Metlnllluns,
owl Or ii em I Jub Work.
In tha tt atylt oflha Art, aod at tha LOWCST CITr TRICES.
3?oon ajb wiUion,
Mannfatturvra and IVakra In
S O 3f A. .
Tloettit r. .fraaa ST Yetrlr- fdait erm.
Wo. H CHARLESTOWN STREET, Uajrmarkat Squata, VHnXaZ,
r---5g -X. 3PzezrrJ3 'S
ntSKln STEAM MARBLE AND BROWN STONE WORKS,
-InflVinia t Oarellner St., Tn-mont Road,
SISTTIMSas Ufaf ll.ilrJ BrMee. BOsTtlN.
huiuary. scot(,tore. Marbl. StsnUts MoDom.nU, llsd aM Tomb
Stnnss, Our.su and Tsbl. Tor, ac eonstaotlr on haua. Contracts
laads lur I mston. t roots. Allord.rs promblly siUnd.il to.
Solution of Protoilileof Iron,
liavlpf sneenarutly raund thsord.al to wbleh nasr diMovsrls.
Id the Alalerla Usllca sr. subjMtMt. mutt now t.
rscsiTM a. aa e.tsbll.h.d alraicina,
ITS EFriCACY IN CURINO
Afffclloni or th IJrrr. Prop jr. XcnmlHu. nron?hl
U nml ( uuuimiire Trmienriri, Piaortlcred
state of the I Moot, Ilolla, Scurry, the uruo
trntttiV rffrru t Ia-l or IMrrcury,
General Uebllllr, ami all llt
eases whlejti reinlre n
TONIC AND ALTERATIVE MEDICINE
IS BEYOND QUKSTION.
THE proofs or Ita afteae ara ao naroar
ona. to well authaotiratrd. and i,rurh n.
SfrX culiar character that auftTart cannot ra
.Ml sywsiuii iiTsriiat-i ai ncnTi ma iironarta ata.
iiniiinvwooinipuiiii nai prwaM 10
baa cura-all, but Ita ranfa la iiunilti,
ibreauaa many dlatatvaa, aptaarariUf y&lika,
art lutlmauljr rr latttd. aixi pracaa4lB from
on a eauaa. may ba cured by oua ramady.
Tha claaa of diacuaa Sir which tha xyrup
Drovidtaa curv. la nrrctaalr thmiwhlxh k..
o ofian baffltd tha hkbttt order of madl
musmrv cal iklU. Tha facta ara Unrlblt, tht wit
awaaa ara accaatitlr, tad tha aafalr andafflraey oftha Syrup lo
oDtrOTtrubla. 1'hoMwhoinay wlb for an OTitnlon from dlatntaraatad paraof
Ptinit tha character of tha Syrup, cannot fail to ba aaUaBad
with tha folk) Inf. amon nomtruu teUinonlala lo tha handa of
tht AranU. Tha aicnaturea ara thoat of rtBtlnrtcn wait tUMWB la
tha coDuunolty, and of tha Mgheit rtapaclabUttj,
O A. JZ ,
. J?5ndeu,,,'B hirlrf aaparlenead tha hanaiMal t (Teeta oftha
.iT1 ini s'ruP do not huiuta to rtcoaiinaudll to tha auanboa
ttL "."r,?"" eaperlees.sa well a. rrom the tntlmony eothsrs.
boa. fDl.lllxer.es aorl Inlefnly si. sltO.tbep unqusstioiisbl.,
svstiodoulj ollu .mcsey In cases of Inclplant lilteases of lh.
una. and Unuiatilal fu-.u ii. t. , ,' ,.i.
baTtuodoult ottU afflcaey In cau i of Inclplant Olaaaacaor lha
Lunfa and Brixichial Pajiaaaa. Dapfila. Urer ComplaJnl.
Uropar, N,nrs ,ls,ac lit..d lu tffnu would t Inerrdlblr, but
Iroin la.blib chaiaet.ri llioas who ha. a wlln.aand ih.iw. and
Lure voluntar.d tbslr tsstlnioay M w. do ours, to lu rtstoistiT
Hsv. JOIIK riEltrONT,
fl 05IAS A. IlEXTklt.
H. II. KtNUAI.U M.U
THOMAS C AMORY,
J A ll. C. DUNN.
Hav. T. WlllTraMOttt,
CERTIFICATE OK DR. HAVr.S.
Ills -J.aH known that ths insdklnal etTseU of t'rotoxUe of Iron Is
lost by s.sn a bri.f .aiioauN so air, and that to nialnUla a aoluU..a
ofrrotoxldso Iron, witaout runiisroxMUtiun,lia4 budssail
In th. feruri.n Syrup this desirable point Is atlslnd by coisbi
xaiioa i a war aaroaa esaaowa i and this soluilon may
rsplsc. all the proto-carboaaUs, aiualss aud laitrst.s of lbs MaUna
alsdlca. A. A. HAVES, H.U
Assays, to the gist, of Ha.a, Uoatoo. U. at. A.
Bolil by N. L.CLAHK lc CO.. Proprietors.
No. O Water 1st, Uostosu
Iletallcxl by all respeotable DruKctsts.
"Yy.VNTED in exchango for Cabinet Furni-
2000 n. 1 In. aeneonesl IllrcU Hsarda
200O rt. 1 In. srasonrd Cherry llonral.f
H22I? n' 1 aessaonesl lliifleriiitt lionril.l
UOOO ft. 1 In. arnaoneU Chr.luut Doorslal
All to be from 12 to 21 laches able.
TS Umbels Potatoes)
1 0 Barrels nice Yloter Apples!
AOO Lbs. nice Tab Butter. D WIN ELI. it' BLIM.