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least Injurious to Tieatth, and may bo taken frith perfect safe
ty v AH tlimi. I
L DI KS, therefore, In want of ft mrdlclne of this kind, had
betttr Ukt tub Bust, Instead or waiting t me and money In
trying other things which are always either unsafe or un '
certain, iml therefore nerer warranted, at Is this OKIJAT
Sent 1v KtirM to nil parts of tln country. Bold only at
Da. M vrriSuN'd REMEDIAL INSTITUTE for SPECIAL
lUSKASKi. No. 28 Union SlM Pro Itlcncr. H. I
jrfKNl Kit UK, by enclosing une stamp, ft above, a
l'ainpMrt on DISEASES Of WOMEN, and mi Private and
Chronic Maladies generally) nlm, CtRUCLAHS, giving full
Information, with undoubted references and testimonials, with
out which, no medlclue of the ktnd I deserving of AST Cos
riPKM-K W ItAThVFR,
XT Orders by Mall promptly attended to. Ijol
A CAItU TO TIIK LADIES.
Da. Dtrosco'a Fbkiu if frittaiHCAL Uoldm raw, Infalli
ble In removing stoppage or Irregulatlons of the menses.
Theso Pills nru nothing new, but have been used by the
Doctnn for many yeans both In France And America, with
unparalleled success In every cao) and he If. urged by many
thuiiMiid I idlM who have used them, to nuke the 1111 public,
for i lie iillctUtlon of tho-e suffering from any Irn gularltles of
wlmteer nature, as ctl as to present pregnancy to thoao
I idle whoso health will ii''t permit an Increase or family. -Pregnant
fciiinb'1 r llnne suppnsliiff themselves so, are citu
thiu-l agilust tiding theso PilU whllo pregnant, as the pro
prietor imumea in responsibility after the nlmve ndmonlt on,
at thou (li ihlr mildness would prevent any inlchlef tohuilth)
oth'rwle the Pills are recommended. Full and explicit
direction nccompiny each box. Price $1 per x,
rtdd Wholesale and Retail by JOSEPH CDA1U, Qenernl
A 'ntfor Ilr.ittlcht.ro, Vt. Sold also by DnugWs everywhere.
(T t I idles hy encfoslnglihn $1 to IIraltlelKru Post Olllce, can
have the VWU m'tit fcnnfldcntlally) by return mall. Kimem
"ir mi I ink f r Dr. Duponcos Golden Pith, signature on
cacu o . iy-i.i
CA.MIIRIDRIj MAIIKIIT-Jnii. 25.
f Reported lr the Morton Journal )
Wlide. rumbtr of Cattle at market 059, about 600 tlcevcs,
and lot stores, couslMlug of Working ptcn, Milch Cows,
mi 1 one. two and three years ild.
PaitKs Mart, el Iter t- llvtrii, $7 00 a $7 75 111 quality,
J5 00 1(0 75-2 1 quality, $5 60) 3d quality, (3 75) ordinary,
Sore- WcrUng Oxen $160a 173.
Cows and Call e 1 $4.0, 60 it $C0.
Yrarttnui None. Two Yeara Old $17 a $23.
Tttrre Years Old III a J'iH.
Shreparut Lambi'15Q .it market. Prices In lots, $2 00
a fi 60 each. Ktrti, it js earn, or -i n cc t iu.
Hi,lr 6 a Ole er lb. Tallow 7 a 7Jc per lb.
I.irnh l'rttf.tl Mnl73cach. ValftSk(nt lOUlr lb,
X 11. llcef extra and first quality Includes nothing but
tliL- Dust hirvn-. f.it. stall led Oicen.
S oudquillty includes the grass fed Oxen, and the best
t ill fed Cows, and the beat three year old .M-- rs.
she 'it Ktra Includes Cossets, and when th tte of In'crlor
quality are thrown out.
REMARKS. -The rn.ir.ket In regard to prices, remains
without chang1. Offing to the soft weather th-re were not
many buyers present, those not Inclined to buy unless at low
figures, us the demand in Bostou Market for sliughtered
meats Is slight.
In Neftfane, Jan. 19, by Rev. I.C. Carertcr, Mr. JOHN
P. HTll.VrrON of Newfane and Miss 1)1 J.IA M. PUWKUS of
Marlitoru. Also, Mr. Sl'MNMl tl ?IIK PIlKHlt of AM ad,
N. II , nnd MUs ANN M. feTHATTUN of Marlboro.
In Mellows Fulls, Jan. 16. M'CU'S A. IIOWIANDol
(l.ilesburgh, III . and Miss KUXN J M. KKYF.3 of Hell iw
Falls. Ilea. i.MJ, NM.SO.N WINfcbUW, of Townshend, and
Miss llATTH;M.O?(i')Oli uf tlrafton.
In St Charles, III , Jan. 11, O. F. IICKD of Chirlestown,
Mass , and MUs MAUV II AlM, daughter of the late
Charles (1. Adams of Keem, N. II.
In lllndge, N. II., JOHN C SI'KNCERof Hock Island, 111.,
and MUs M..li; M. ltltKEU or It.
In South Wtintslioro, Jan. 3, by Iter. J. It. White, Mr. O.
O KIMlL'UN and Miss COUINTI1IA M. PI.ITKF,. both of
W Jan. 15, Mr. J. M. HALDN IN of Wanlslwro and Miss
1ILI.A JKN KINS of Chateaugay, N. Y.
Iu West Wardsb .ro, by llev. leo. Carpenter, MAUTIN A.
ItUdULof bmn.triet,arxl FRANCIS NKWT.1S of Newranet
hKVt NEWTON, or MarlUro, rod JOdKl'KKNC V. W1IIT
AKKK of WarMioro I CltAULKS LOUINU, of Worrrnter,
Ma4., mil KM1I.V MOUKor Wilmington A A HON LOWK
and KbVINA WILMS of Stratton.
In Hiusd ite, N. II., Jan. 15, Mrs. ADlOAIL.ulfo or Nathan
Ihunas, aged SI yi-ars.
In Wilmington, Jan. 23, .Mr. ISHAFX LAWTON, 62.
In Catkll1, N. Y., Dec. 12, MAHOAHCT SMITH, twin
daughter or Ilir.im Atkins or the lMIours Falls Argus, 1 jenr
7 months, J7 diys.
In Windham, Jan. 15, Mr. C1E0HQK MASON, age.1 01.
rr-A J-,- l.-ji-i rj--v,--,r r1 -, tftMrasglf!
TKUY IMI'OUl'AXT. AS MY OLD
T Ij'.slger Is full I wish every one who has an unsettled
acceunt ou my book would call und settle without delay.
Wtst Hrattltboro, 1SC0. 4
"VTEW GOODS JUST ItKCKIVKI) FOU
ll sale low by A. DU.NKLFK.
West HraltU-bom,Jan.20, I860. 4
"VTOTICK. Tin: Annual Mkktino of thk
J. i Hoard of Managers of the Windham County Agricul
tural Society will be h'ld at the Inn of C. WaktQtld In Fuv
ettei llle on Tuesday, February 7th, 1SC0, at 10 o'clock A. M.
to appoint Committee for awarding piimiuius at the tiet an
nu il Fair, and transact any other buttnse that may proer
ly coQie WIdtv the tutetlng.
The com in It tee upointed to award pnmluiiis on Oraln will
be present and imard pnmiums.
Per order President.
W. A. STtDMAN, Secretary.
Xcwfine, January 23, 1960. 1
rpHE SPRING TI-IOl of tins Institution
JL will commence onTues lay, Fib. 21, and continue elnm
trre. The Teachers design that the school stnll take
tmlutnt rank for thorou-jhuetiut instruction and dici
plinrUt attention to practical nnd ttxrfut stii'lhs, and
cultivating h ibits of independent thinking. andconsciVn
The Hoarding House will be open during the Soring, to both
Ladies, and (ientlemcu. Hoarl, t jcluiiic tf fuel, lights,
it n I waihlug, $1 75 ier week Hotnl lu private families trom
f J 00 to $2.50 pir week, Hooins fur a.llbounkrs at reason
Ti lib tain Circulars, or Information, or to secure Hoard, or
ltooms, addrt-'bs the Prliclpal
UtCIIAHD STANLEY, A. D.
W. Hrattlcboro, Vt., Jan. 24, l&G0.-4w4
L. F. Ward, A. M., L. O meb--.ox, IUx.NhV 11. Wright,
yBVUUJf Suimll, Vuas. U. Ai.lbn, Mr. K. II Waud,
Mhs H. L. Leaiii Itiritructors.
rpilfi Sl'HIXG 'H'-ISM of eleven weeks will
I bBirln Wnln;silay Feb. S9th. followed by a Summer
Term of six r'eks, Ik ginning uon the 22nd of May.
H'tard with Hwui. ikxI, Lights, Washing, ic, Is furnish
ed ut $2.25 pereek.
Fur liuanl, ltooms for EtIMtoardlug, Catalogues, send to
U F Ward. 4w4
At Chester, V t .
ALrntD Liwa, A. 11 , Principal.
Monsieur Antoink Iauird, Teacher of Frtnch.
J. Avmi iiMirii, Principal of Cniumercl.it Department.
Mli cibiNVA F. Sahgxant, Preceptress.
Miss KLLts K. Hiw.to.N, Teaclitr of MujIc,
CALKNUAU. Sphino Tkiim will com
mence Wednesday, Feb. 22, Summer Term, May 23, and
Fail Term, Aug. 23.
For catalogues or other lufurmitlon, address thu Principal,
or UILL1AM KOLNDS, Us.).
Chester, Vt., Jan. 19, 18C0 44
A FIRM FOR SAI.K,
M Situated nliout oncmllu from South Ver
non Depot, t. 8aid farm coutalus 3S acres also,
12 acres of Woodland. On the primlse Is a good
HuUiti Harm und outbuildings lu goml repair, llh running
water at haiie and barn together with a Hell of neier falling
water. Also a young orchard or gralttd fruit.
'lhe aU.ve jDirty Is owned by u woman and must I
sold. A part of the purchase moiuy may remain on mort
gage If desired.
tor further particulars limulre of the subscript on the
premises. DL'AN UHIO03.
Vernon, January 23, I860. tU "
QTATK OK VKUMONT, Mauuioho, S. S.
iTj The Probate Court Jor aaid Uiutriet t
i'ti all persons intcreatut In the Kstatc of WILLIAM
OAINri, late of Hrattleboro, deceased, (ireetingi
Whereas. FAN N V C. UAJNS. KxecutrU, has uwsented to
this Court an Instrument purioitIng to be thiflnt Will of
salt I deceased, for probate) ou are hereby not I tied that
this Court will decide upon the probate of said Instrument at
the session thereof to be ht hi at the rrouate uuice, la lirat-tlilx-ro.
In said District, on the 20th day of Ftbiuary A. D,
1400, when ami ttheie you may appear and contest the same
ir you see lit. 4 . UULISKUUK, neguter.
STATK OF VKUMONT, M.uti.noito; S. S
lhe Probate Court Jor tad District
Tu all persons Interested In the Kstateof MAlt'l IN (1ATES,
late of LJutuuierston, deceased, Greetimjt
Whereas MAKTIN W. UATFJ3, has presente.1 to this
Court an Instrument purporting to be the last 11I of said
deceased, Tor probate You are hereby notified that this
Court will decide upon the prolate of said Instrument at the
session thereof to be held at the Probate Oltlce, tit Hruttlctipro,
in aaiu I'liiriet, un me iJiu uuj ui renrunrjr, a. i'. xoov.
when and lit re you may apieur and con tint the same, If
you scout, n t JiuLimuuJVjiiegiMier.
STATE 01? VKUMONT, M.uanoito, S. S
The lion. Probate Court for aaid District t
To all persona Interested Iu the Katateof DANIEL P. AL
DH IC1I, late of New fane, In said District, deceased, (irettingt
You art! herehv noil lied that this Court will make an as
aigument tu LAC It A ALDH1CII, widow of said deceased,
trom the raonal property oi sai.i ueceaseu, at uie scesion
thertiuf to be hUd at thu Probute Olllce, hi Uraitleboro, in said
District, on the 20th day of February, A D. 1800, when and
it lure j'wu may ue ueani iu me premues, n
1 V. 1I0LHH00K, HegUtcr.
1 SOUTH AMERICANS,
i K TIIK WHOLK OF YE, oi;t
-COHNElt MAIN AND HIGH STItKl'rfi.-
!R ATTL HIIORO, VT.
'It lias Moot: tin liost of tilt tosft,
A ND HAS SUSTAINKD ITS HKIT TA
TA Hon for more than TIIIHTY YKAltS. futsicUK of
the tilghest rcii-tt ability pn-scrll'e It, and thousands of
familifw keep it on iiatui us a Mattdard Family MtdiCint
TIIK VKOIlTAllhi: PUIjMOXAKY 1
II i I.NAM,
prepared by the well kiumn iintggl ts, Misjrs Herd, Cutter
n Co., Is, we have good authority for saying, one of the best
remedies for ComuIim, CohU, ninl nil rulitioiiiii y
Com plu I n t, tvt r o tTued to the public Ho tl on Journal,
llEVi DH, LYMAN ltKKCHKK
writes, ''Oentleinent 1 have usett your fomablr Pi i.mo
mart IIalsam mielf with Iwntfit, and have known It to be
used with good eflect In families around me "
Thr t.ATR Ul'.V. 1)U. IXONAttli WOODS
wrote, M(leiitlemeni "from a tong ute of jour Vegetablo
Pulmonary Itntsam In my family circle and among theologi
cal students, I have been led to regard It as ft sate and cili
"(lentteniaiii Wo the undersigned, Whotesitc ItruggMs,
liavlng for many years sold your Vegetable Pulmonary Hal
sum, are happy to lear testimony to Its great enicney in the
relief and cure or Pulmonary complaints. We know of no
medicine which has desert erily sust lined so high a repula
tlor. for to long a term or years, or which more rarely disap
points the reasonable cx lactations of those who use It.'
(Signed by many of the laryttt and otdttt PruggMs In the
United Suites and Canadas )
"Uentlemeni In un extensive practice of myself and sons,
we have prescrlla-d large quantities of jour Vegetablo Pul
monary llalsiim, and are happy to say bale found It gn e In
dent and i-illabtu nmeily. c consider It liualuuble.
Fttnulngton,N.II.,lHc. 10,185'J. U. T. I'AUKI'.H."
XT Hetvare of Counttr'iita and Imitations I ! I
Enquire for the article by Its imiole raue,
"VKtlirTAHI.K I't'LMUNAHY HALSAM,"
Vrrpnrrdnntyhy KKEfCl'ThKH : CO., Druggists, Xos.
10J, 111, k IU ltroad St., l!ostont ,'um., and so. by
Apo-.lu-carlcs and C mntry MiTchauls generally. Price, large
size, fit small eke, 50 cents.
For sale In llrattlebnru by JOSKPII CLAHIC,
and by AHjthevaries und Country Merchants generally.
QTATK OK VKHMOXT,
O Wiskuam CdtxTr Cotm, StpTrMUiRTensi, 1859.
1IAHD P. PAIOKis. LKW1S M. OLCUTT,
llank 11. Knll-.Tr.
Whereas, at the present Tcnn of this Court, TtAKI P.
PAIUF. of Montreal, tu the Pr.vlneeof Canada brought his
iKtloti itgaliist I.KWIS M.OLCL'lT,or Fort Pod.n', In the
State of Iowa, to rt cover the sum of 011 51 duo ni n b
creeof Chnnceiy issUvl by the C urtof Ctiauciry f-r said
County of UiiKllnrn at the April Trm then of, A. 1. 1859;
und also summoned the Hank or Hellaws Falls us Trustee or
And It nppearlng that the said Olcutt has not had pirsonil
notice or this suit It Is ordt red by tho Court thas this cause be
continued to the next teimof this Court to I held at New
fauf, in and fir said County on the 2nd Tuesday of A pi II, A.
1). 100, and that the Plaintiff notify lb; Defendant of the
pendency or this suit and of the Uriu of this Court to wh'ch
tlio same is continued, by publishing tho substance of his
writ with this order for three weeks tmccesshily In the Ver
mont PliciM.lx printed at llraltleboro In said County, the lat
publication to le at leant six weeks previous to s tld next
next April t'rm, nhich puldlcattoti will be detnud su'uclent
notice to said defendant to amn-ar and make defence to said
action. U. TYLKH, CUrk.
Asa Keyis, Ptlli. Attorney,
CASTLKTOX SK.M I XA II V.
8TCP 11 K N K X ) W I. T O N , P a I x c I I A I. .
rpiUS INSTITUTION IS A SLTKIUOIl
JL lloarillng Sehod for Young Indies. The course or study
Is extensive and s s tenia tic, ml the graduaUt are sought as
teachers hi every p trt of thee ountry.
The advantages for acquiring Music, French, Painting and
Drawing are fully equal to thue of the most cxpensltu
schools In the country.
Hoard, and Tuition In common Hutrllsh, paid In advance,
$27 per quarter. Kxtra studies ut reasonable rates. Fr
full particulars send for a catalogue nr address the pilnclpal
by lette. Spring term U-gins Fel.runry 23, lhflO.
uilumiu huiijI', rresi.
II A U H n A OA l KM V.
QPJUNG TKKM lupins Fobruarv 211.
U merTtrm begins Ma 10.
AtiIlcition fur hoard, or for Information risicctiig the
Pchuil, miy be made to J. S. bl'AUbblNU, Principal.
iiirrc,Jan. ay, isiai. aui
rpiIK UNDNHSIGNKI), sucmsorH to John
I llritBAMi.a'ul manufacturers uf Palls nnd 5nnl)uckits,
reectfully nnnonnco to the public that the) are pn pared
to furnish the aixne kintis oi work on the most reasonable
Orders respectfully aoliclt'-d and executed with dlatc!i.
TLMPsON & H0HH1N3.
Winchester, N. II., Jan. 10th, 1800. 4wa
AFHWCOMMO SLKIGHS FOH SALK
ch'.'np far Crtsh ue In tc)iat));tf for Lumlnr.
j. it. srt:nnixi.
llraltltbom, Jan. 4, 1S0O
rpiIK l'lVl'ITIONKHS I'OH A N'I5V HOAl),
I to Iw litM thriuj;h Uratllcbnra an 1 MarlUiri, Ut IU
mkngto-i, tire notlnetl, that a lint of thflr !iimp.t tti ttid
nninunt for each li .iy, lit. Iiwn K-ft in K. KlrL1anr unlet1,
wlitre they are reuUC9te'l t0 ca'l lltl'l lllly Iramxllalely ami
llratlltlwro, Jan. 4, 1S00. If-l
17 MOKIUU..M. )., Homi:oi'tiiic l'nv-
Jli. cu 1: SiRHK.oi. OfflM at S.. JOV'. 1.1 Illsli-St.
Ullice hour, fruin 11 to li A. M., and frum 1 to 3 r. M.
QA TON'S FIXE FKE1)
ZJ Ja rvctlvcl at CIIOSIIV'3.
Uratlleburn, Jan. 4, 1500 1
"MASH PAID FOll llAULEY AXI) 11UCK-
V.yWMBAT at K. CROSUV'i.
Urattleliora, Jan. 4, 1800 1
I IMK! ! LIME! ! ! ONE IIUXDKEI)
Uurreli Wini.o.l.l Lime, fur sale ly
J. II. & tl. kstkiuikoui;.
nrattlchoro,Jaijnarr 1, lbOO tM
UVSTOM MADE THICK HOOTS.
I HAVE just 'received a piipie lot of Mens'
au.l Buya' I1KAVY, TIIIL'K oihl CALCUTTA HOIlTC,
1jiic kg tna'lti erv.ly ti my orl r, ami 111 be uvirruat
fit in tttru particular. Call aul cc.
D. V. LEWIS.
Cratllcboro, Sept. 15, 1SS3 37.
O C II E S T E II F L O U It !
Justrcclretl and For Sale by thesubscrller,50 IlMs. double
extra Family Flour. F.lt. tK;sr.Mr..
April i,i5d'j iu
KEEP IT 11 K t'O It C THE lKOI'I,K.
MOUSE, INGHAM tV CO., have on ltnnd a
few thousand dullirs wcrtli of floods that mut be sold
K'tHcen this and the opening of ipriog trade. Our rapllly
Increasing trade compels m to make s )tne material alterations
In our Piore tne coming spring, tnerei.re m- snau sen many
at our (Iools without regard to cost, such as HEADY MADE
CLOTIIirvU. u large lot or Dltr33 UUOOS, rllA 11 uft
SKELETON SKIltTtf, Ac, Ac.
Alo, we have an fitton-dve supply or WEPT INDIV
00OD8, (iHOUKHIi:, OII, P At NTH, DUCUS A MED1-
anil inmgn iih yet ni icaii, iuu nm r, i;iik
k SCPKIllOH Ml LUS FLJWlt, which we are deUmlne,! in
sell as low if not a little lower than anr other estaldlihnient
In our vicinity. MOUSE, I.NUHAM&CO.
I'ouuvuie, .ian. lutn, jsou. uz
VLUHAM l'ROVIIi:T I.VSTITCTIO.V
TlHUTKENTH ANNUAL HlPOHT.
qIIK TUUSTEES, by (he tmdersignert, lln-ir
I Committee anndntetl for the nurnoae. nresent t the
Corpiratori the following Iteport upon the financial condition
or the Institution ou the 4th day nr Januiry, A. D lfeGO.
Total amount to the credit oi Dei-oak-. m, $321.S3J.2G
Surplus prolits ou hand, 12Q3 0i
Making total of. $W5 003.&2
The funds of the Institution are as follow i
Li-ined on Mortgages, 179.200.47
On IVriMul Securities, 140 GOT. 4 J
I ut. rest duj uud unpaid, 2.452 00
Cash on hand, IT 549.84
fi t this dat tha cash on hand on tlie 4th Inst , U U ined
and paid to Debitor au I the Interest then due Is nearly all
Total aununttocretltof Depositors Jan, 5,lS0i,$2i3 33S 81
D.'poiited In year 195', (375 new Depositors) 02 105 14
Twu Dividends carried to credit of Depositors lu 1359, 13.012 33
Wltliaranrn by Ucjiaaltora in 1S53, a5. 515.11
Tu wlilch aJ l turplua ou liauil, 12.300 Oi
Amount noir helj In tnut fJii IHM.82
Your Oommltteo luvo tixiimlnvil the Account, of the Treas
urer ami the H.')k. nre In ncconUnce ill. thu foregoing
statement, wlilcti wu Ijflieve to he correct. Y cjiidlder tltu
funds safely ani JuJIclously I iveste.l.
SAMUEL BUTTON, Committr t.
I10SEA f. UALL0U, )
OKFICGKS FOR 1HII0,-(11.
SAMUKL DUrrOK, I'nEsiUENT,
SAMUEL CLARK, Vicb I'rkmdlnt,
L. 0. MKAl), SKCHirrAiir axd Trkasurer.
jami:j kkyi: ,
1IOSEA F. I1ALL0U,
1103 WELL HUNT.
IIOAKI) OP INVKSTMKNT.
OEOROK NEWMAN, I WELLS OOODIIUE,
LATAYLTTE CLARK, B0SWE1L HUNT.
THAT NOTOIIIOU3 DOOIC,
HELPER'S IMPENDING CRISIS!
COMPIXTi: AND CUKAP F.1HTIO.N.
CHKA1 K 1) I T ION OF LIFE OF
JOHN 13 HOW N,
WITH A FINK LITlIOailAnillC POUT HA IT,
Only 25 CciiIm
MixbIo ! m . . 3VEto.q1o !
-A LA HUE SUPPLY IN STOHK-
mr Any piece obtained at short nottce.
0 Music "t by mail when ordered, free.
DY W. FELTON.
NEW HOOKS ! NEW HOOKS!!
FOOTl'AMJ 01 Till! llOU.NDAKYur ANOTIIKIl WORLD,
lly HnntltT 1ULB OnRX.
NI'.W MISCKI.I.ANIW, lly Chai. KlxusLkr.
CIIUISTIAN 1IIXIUV1NO & MVINO, lly llcniOTTOl.
MIT HECIIKATI0.N8, Ncir gul.ply.
TIIK 1'llurKMOIl AT TIIK MIKAKFAST TAI1I.K.
60 YKAI13 AMO.NH TIIK II.UTISM.
CONXOIU) Of Amy, Uy Dceiiuh,
OUKELKY'g OVKULAND JOUIINKY TO CALIFORNIA.
Silt I'llILtl1 SIHNKY'S JIISSOELLANKOl'S W011U8.
JfKVKN YKAR9, lly Jllli KlViM.cn.
Itook Btort, Hrattleboro, Vt.
Xj ASIC-33 XiOT OP
CLOSIXG OFF AT THE VK11Y I.OWKST
-TO MAKE ROOM FOR
PI.KA3K CALL AND SECUHE 80MR OF T1IKK
ORE AT 13 ARGAIXS
PKKVIOUS TO MARCH
lsl, 18 HO.
THE VKIIV IIF.ST
STEEL SPRING SKELETON SKIRTS
SELLING AT 7 CKXTS A Sl'UINfi,
No. 8 Granite Kow.opp, Itratthb.ro House.
-A LA HOE LOT 01'-
ALL IN NEW STYLES,
that n 111 be sold at OUKAT UAHOAIN3,fo close.
XT Please call early and get the first choice,
AUSTIN & BOYDEN.
ltMttlcboro, Dec. 1J, 1853 lf-40
NEW DEPAHTMENT OPENED.
HEADY - MADE
CLOT I I I N Co
in ALL ITS VARIETIES.
AUSTIN & BOYDEN
openetl a splenddl assortment
FOU MEN'S AND BOV'S WEAK,
matiufactured expressly to oar or ler, well made and trimmed
and warranted to giro perfect satisfaction, all of Rhlcuwlll
be sold tow, t
AUSTIN & HOYDEN.
Corner Mtln and Klllot Streets, )
Hrattleboro, 1865. ) 45
gTILL THEY COME TO
O. L. BROWN'S,
- to cr
SO VERT O II u A r I
at No.'s 1 and 2 Eatey's Block,
South end Main Street,
Au Apprentice to learn the Cabinet-making Dullness.
nrattleboro, Vt., Deo. 24, 1869.
VERMONT & MASSACHUSETTS IlAIIj
UO A I) COMPANY.
rpiIN ANNUAL MEETING uf tlio Vermont
JL and Massachusetts lUil Itoad Company, will he holden
In tne Fassenger Station or tite I itcnuurg nail Koad Uuinna
ny, un Causeway fetreet, lioston, on Wednesday the eighth
day of February next, at ten o'clock, A. W., for the following
jmriHtses, to wlti
First, To hear the Annual He port of the Directors,
Becond, To choose a Hoard of Directors fur the ensuing year.
Third, To transact any other business which way legally
come before the meeting,
l'er order of the Director.
B. P, I.OCKK,
Clerk of the Vermont and Massachusetts llall ttoad.
UgstoD. January 17, UW.- M
rpilH SUllSCUIHKU AVIM, SI5I.L- AT
X I'ublio Auction on thu 3UTMAIICII next t 10 o'clock
A. it.. If iut rev.iil4ty .Hip ,je.l of, the followlne ilncrllKil
roierly, a SAW MILL, LTII WOKKS, IIWKI.LINO
IIOI'HE. IILAl'KK.MII II Hllill' innl some II acres of land, In
me .Minn iwrtoi .innoiniou in. iirtncii leaiunir tiirotun
WMIIamstllle HlM mill It well looilcl mil perfectly safe,
tlie water licinif coiiVl) nl In a canal wnlleil ou cscll side, anil
In A section Micro there is plenty of tlmlwr.
Al.o, a STEAM F.NUINK with a I10ILKR sufficient for a
12 Horse power I will sell either tlie Engine or Roller sepa
rate if ilcsired. Faymcnt made easy If requited.
llrattieliorOjJanuary 0,1SOO. 8
A F I KM FOU 8.11,11!
SITUATED IX HALIFAX, Vr OXF
one mite North of the C'ntre, tontilnhis 145 acres of
In ml, suitably dhlded Into Mowltur, Till K"t I'asturo and
Wood Land, well watered The llulltllnKSftru in jrmul repilr,
and wry convenient, and within a few rods of a district
school lion?. Also, ai'tlhcr lot of VX acres of choice mow
Inp, all wt II fenced with n ffood uluire of sU.no wall Also,
one other lot containing from 20 to 25 acres of V.inkI Iand.
Huffur Orchard, &c., Any one wNWu? to purchase a
(ffMid cheap (-'arm, now Is the time. I will sell one lot or the
three, to suit the purchuer.
My barn and slioli were welt filled last Fall with Itay and
Oraln. t will sc II my Block, Hay, and Farming Tools, ilh
the Farm If di sired.
Come and see fir yoiirs'dvcs.
Possession given to suit the purchaser, hy
Ji:.sK B, DUNItLKE.
Ilahfat,Jan tth, 1300. 3m3
KKAIj UNTATK FOH HAM2 IN VILIjAUU
or un a itijk lid iio.
A OXK STOHY IIOUSK, SIIKDS
and llarn, and two acrui of laud, In n hijjli state of
cult at on. aiiu aiiMi to u.triieninir. a mo.
acr sor l.inl 4 mpte.i to p.iniunijru att'i tiiiutre.
All the liuildhntsarc In perfect repair. House silted, and
supplied with running water from n pprlug on lhe premises.
On the ue lot H a young urcn irj ui rear, num ami ai
pie-trees In bearing condition.
II. F. SMITH.
limit tebjro, Jan. 11, 1300.-02
WTK. TIIK UXDUItSIGXHD HAVIXG
1 T beeu appjinled by the 11 hi. Probate Court frth
Mtrici or Marin m ;oinuissioners to nar, evimine nun au
Jut alt claims of all er.ns ugatnst the Ktate uf OlthKN
PHArr, late of ltr.tUklx)r, In said Diotrlct, decaseil, and
also ttll claims exhibited In offset thir tot and six months
from thu 6th day of Jiiiiuiry. A. 11. 1S00. be nj allowed fur
that puritow. We d- therefore hereby give notice that we
win attend to the ouMtH oi our saiii t.pphitmciit at tne late
dwelling houe of thu deceased In said tlrattlelxiro, on the
first Tuesdays of Feorn try aielJun1 next from nine ocl ck
In the forenoon to four o':lock hi the aft moon on each of
middays. lAFAYKrTi; CI.AIIK. )
WU hlll) AIt!t. Jlt.,5 Commissioners.
Hrattleboro, JAn. 10th, 2
O TATE OF VKUMONT, AtnProbatcCourt
KJl)n'rict oj H'etmwatrr,S.S. httd t Townshftid,
witnin anil lor saii umrtci, on im ut my or January, iuy,
Present, the II m. AUISIIAI sTDlUlAKU, Ju-lge.
A1 IihTmI'MIiXT. I'Urp'irtlog to 1m the last will aiHl testv
mentof AKXATIl ItAM'AI,!.. late of Townsh-n-L In said
District, d-cwd, IHu present I ti the Cmirt here hy
JtiSATWtrt'llhbltiii-rx cntr then in named for pro
bite ( It Is order d by suid Court, tint alt pers ms concerned
then in, be nitlltl to apH.nr ut a s-l.M( of said Court, to
Ik held at th n.Tir of II. V. IK in in llnCl'Mi In said Dis
trict, on the llrst Wtdiit'sday of F-bru iry, A. H 13W, and
show cause, (f any lhy tU4j' Inv.-, utitit the probute of
s ill wdl, for which pnrp j" it is further onlerwl, lli.it a upy
of the reord of this or i r ! pj'i'.Uhed three weeks succi
slvely. In the Verm mt I'b mix, printed at UrattltWro, in this
Mate, as so hi as may ik.
A truo copy of record.
.Iffftf, l(i:.J. W. DIHX, Ueglsler.
(Irafton, Jan. 6, lfrGO 2
QTATJi OK VKUMONT,
NT, At a ProbateConrt
H'etminttr A. 8.
wltliln and for said District, on
S held at TomsIi"iiiI
l the ftlst day of trc.(18&9
Preseut, Uie II n, AUUIIAl, TOfiDUI, Judge,
Au InftmmiMit, purptrtlu to he ttr I it will and testa
ment of TIMOTII V Itl'llTON, late or Windham In said 1'U
trict, dwad, being presntrj to the Court here hy MAUV
P. Itl'llTON and OULND) C lll'U.'ON, th executors
tli rein named for probate, It Is ordered by said Court, that
alt tenon Concern 4 J therein, be n-rtifle.1 to apper at u tes
sirn of said Court, to be held at the nlbce of It. V. Dtan In
tlntfton In sal I District, on th first Weil no Uyof February .
A. D. 1H00, nn.l show cause, if any you may litre, apahitt
the pnoate oi sail will, tur wtiten purine tt is turiiier or
tlerel, tliat a cpy of th ncrdof this onlrr le pnhlisheil
three weeks suecitely, lu lt. A vrnuot 1'h.enlx, prluted at
Uratltelwro, In this Hut?, as soon u may b?.
A Irw copy of rt-c-rd.
Atlrtt, lll.NJ. V. I) KAN, Uegiiur.
(Irafton, Jan. 6, 100.-2
TATK OF VKUMOXT, j Tlie Hon. Probate
it etmnttrt A. 4. 1 Court for sall Dittrict.
To all i-rjii Intcreste-l In th i:Utof NATJIAMKL
HILL-, later lrjkline, dec ise.1, Greeting.
You are herehy tutifl- i that thli Oairt will decile upon
the allowance or thi accm-it of WILLI Old DAM, exec
utor of Ilia I tt will ntvl -4tament of sal 1 ilt-ce Mt an 1 le-cn-e
dMrlbutltin of ail I KsLite am m the prrstns entltbtl
Ih-rttJ at th4 S.Jtin thereof to be held ut the office of It. W.
Dt'itn, in Oroft mi. In said District, on the first Wttlnesdiy o
Februsry, A. D. ISGO. when l whre you may le heard hi
the premises, If you svo fit.
Itr.NJ. DKAN, ItegUter.
Urafton, Jan. &, C0. 2
2TATK OF VKUMOXT, I The Hon. Probatu
MVifMMisfr-S.V, Court fr said District.
To all persons lnterrt-d in the J-jUtr of JOKPII c 1 1 Kf-
AUI, late oi Jam ilea, d-veael, testate, Greeting:
Whereas, Jt' MA ANN IlKPAllU, the id jw of sal I de
ccase.1 has wnl the provision made Ur h-t by th Uti will
an 1 testament of sal I dt-cvAscd,aitl has in a le application to
have her dower set out In tin ral esUtt of tiid dt-ceatel and
atsi fir an astnm'iit out of thi pTioiul esUte
You are hereby utiUcd litis Court will decide upou
sal 1 application at th" seiun therMif to 1e held at the olllce
of I) W. Kan, In Oriftm, la sill UUtnct, "a the iir.t
Wlusvday of Kbruiry, A. D. 1SC0, when aul where jou
miy be hoard In the premise, if you see fit.
J1KNJ. W. D:N, Ileglster.
Urafton, Jan. 5, IS). 2
OK VKUMOXT. MusMiono. S. S.
The Probate Court fir t tiJ Dtttriet :
fa all inrsotii inU rested In tin Ktats of JOHN L. PlCK-
IMM N, late of IIratlIfloni, deceas vl. Greeting:
hercas, NATHAN II. WlbUrfTJN, Kxrcutff upon said
KsUtc, hts nnd: uppUcitlou In writing to this t'- urt, setting
filth thtt tin am mat of iledti lu; frjtn said dece.iiel with
iutt rent, is atunt ftSOO 00
That the expense of A ltnlnlitraUoa will b about 73 00
That the p-rsonal prop-rty Im tfn dlfpnseil of In jm
insp"ctnc leg teoa an I a prtiuu r sail debts.
La. lug u lul nice u iprovl 11 f r t f ntxmt t "M 00
Aud nrayln for Ucense to t Ileal KsUle for the punuse
of pij ln Maid dbu an 1 i-tpm?; jou ats iK-r-'by nti(li-U
th tt this Court will deel le up n said Jpplic.lllu at the svs
noa Uiareof to be held at thi Probate Ollicv, lu DrattlvUiro,
In said DitrI.-t,on the list Thursday of J muiry, A. D. lSdO,
when ud where you may be hranl la the priiulsus.ir u
see fit. 1 F. IIOUlltOUK, HegUter.
gTATE OP VKUMONT, Windham, S.
SAMUKL WAHNEIt, A Lit HUT ItKXNItTT.
In fhanc.-ry, te't Term, 1353.
Wiicheis, at the present termor tlds t'ourt, CIIAKI.KS
OI.MtlUNtl of llruttMHiru.lu said Counlr. broucht his 1111
of OHnplalnt UKaiht AI.HUIIT HKNNKTf ail SAilL'KL
UAlthK, boiiiol sau UrattkUiro, seuing imu that the
sail I.KNNKTT, April 1st, 1S, m3rt?ird to MARTHA
J 1 1 NT, thi fdlowiiik' 1 - ri t-M pmnlses, to it:
ed South ly Und of Alontoliooden mgli, Isaiah KIcliardtn
and Willi tm 11. (lould, W st by 1 ui Is f Derastus llcunett
ami iiosMi-ii ii. .uuKiii, ntu .urui an l r-isi ny iani oi iie
lial.iU liudli-y, to SLtuie the hd inuntof the sum (if Tu0 IK),
Atnl that the said Ite n net I, April 4t'i, Hl'h exevutiil a -coik1
tnortageof thu sunu prnatuvs to bnir Adam tu secure the
payment of Dk- sum or $179.(K). That the s.tl l Martha Hunt,
iteceasl, and that her adininUtrAtor, llosntll Hunt, bmugbt
his bill tu foreclose saU first m'ntloiud inrta'atre to the April
Term uf this Court, A. lb ISM, aahi't the said Albtrt lien
nett. And at the Term afotvsml ulitaiueU a decree Ur the
payment of the sum of 310 42 and Zl 81 ceuts coiU to Imj
P ltd on or before the 2tth d iv of Aurlt. 150. And that the
said Abner Adams wns not made a party to the s.ild bill of
foreclosure. That after said decree of foreclosure was obtain
ed, the said Abuer Ad tins deceaUtl, and Ihtt the Plaint! ft
M113 2Mb, ISA'J, took au assignment fur a luluatducoiuldtra
tio't frutn the adniluiitrator of said Abner and his heirs of
said second mortgage aiil of the land and notes therein ile
scrltMil. That the s-dd Roawelt Hunt after otitalulne said
decree of foreclosure sold aud conveyed tuld premises to one
Jacob Kstry who attintardssoM the same to the said Samuel
Warm r, July 31, lSStl, who now claims to hoi 1 the same att
solutely n fee, and who has received rents and profits there
of to the amount of $100 00. And prayln that an account
may lie taken of what may be due to the said Warner on said
first mentioned mortgage, aud of the rents and profits re
ceived by him, and that the orator may be jwrmltted to re
deem said premises, by (mylng to (he said arner hatever
may le found due to him by a time to be llmlteU him by this
And It now appearing that the said Albert Bennett has not
had personal notice of this suit, It Is ordmtl bj the Chancel
lor that the same be continued to tlie next term of this Court
tobebeld at New fane In and for said County on the second
Tuesday of April, A. D. ISoO, aud that the Orator notify the
said Mennettof the cndetic of this suit by putilishluj; the
substance of his said bill or complaint, with this order, for
six weeks successively In the ermont Phieulx printed t
Ilratthboro aforesaid, the last publication to be at least 'JO
tbijs previous to said next Apr 1 Term of this Court, which
will Iw deemed sufficient notice tos.ild llennett to appear and
mane answer to sain diii ot complaint.
(IKOItOfc: 1I0WK, I'lll's Solicitor.
3 n. TVLEU, Clerk.
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED,
Just Pub ishtd, in a Se led Envelope
fS THE NATURE, TREATMENT AND
J Kadlcal Cure of Sl'KUUATUUHHUUA, or Seminal
weakness, sexual Utnuuy, nervousness and involuntary
cnnsiions, inciuuing imiKeucy amiicmaiana rnysicai in
capacity, BT HOB. J. CULVKUWELL, M, D.,
Jutho of tht uQreth fiooi," c.
The ivorld-renowned author, to this Admirable Lecture,
clearly proves from hli own experience that the awful conse
quences of selfabusd way be etToctutlly remove 1 without
Medicine an 1 without dannim Burgle tl operations, bougies,
Instruments, rings or conlUIsi point lug out a mode of cure
at one certain and effectual, by which every suurt-r,no mat
ter what his condition rany he, nmy cure himself rheaplyt
privately and radically. This Lecture will prove a boon to
thousand and thousands.
Sent under seal to any address, post paid, on the receipt
of two postage stamp, by addressing Dr. Cll, J. O. KLINK,
43U mrsi Avenue, new lorn, rest vox 4030.
rpo CONSUM1TIVES. A Cixiioyman
JL having cured his son of Consumption In lis worst stages,
after being trlven up to die, by the most celebrated physicians
d tires to make known the mode of cure, (which proves suc
c safut In every case,) to those aDIicted with Coughs, Colds
aud Consumption, and he w III send the fame tu any address,
free of charge. Address, enclosing two stamps to p iy return
passage, uniuij Aniuit.,
ly.9 211 Centre Street, N. V,
LP Buy youii DllY GOODS vhkuu you can
BUY TIIBM TIIK UUKAPKSTI !
FISHER & HAVEN'S
FALL AND WINTKU GOODS
HAS NOW OOMMKNCKD.
Thr 1'iibllr nmy lrniiri il Hint now la Hirlr
llrao ll purcliaso tlie lislanceof tlielr Winter's OUTFIT Rt
A9TONI8IIINat,V LOW PRICKS, as our tntlrt HUnter'n
tlock MUST II K 8UI.D.
In orilrr la inrtlio (lulcli Snlr. ,rc linrr rr-
ilucl oor prices down to a point that all competition Is do
fled. Tills Grroat Roduotiou
nay l seen In p.trt In tlie tailoring O ODDS to which wo In
vite you to make a spccial txAMlXiTlof.
l'lnln nil Wool French Mrrlliora,
Former prloo$t to $1.25, now 70 to 90 cents.
Printed nil Wool Frrnrli Mrrlnocn,
Former prices $1 to $1.25, now SO cents to $1.
AU Wool I'm. ch l'rlntrd M. I)rlmlnr,
Iloduced from 76 cents to $1, now 60 to 76 cents.
Our Elrffntil Vitlcncfnn,
(The cheapest Good i ever offered from our counters),
are now 12 to 26 cents.
Tli6 bealUiinllllrsjorEiialUli nml Amcrlrnti
1'rli.ted DeLaines, are now Uj to 17 cents.
Our Prices for nil American Print
are, per yard, now 0, 7, 8 and 10 cents.
"Our Price for ibe Best Steel SprliiH,
Skeleton, are now 8 cents a Spring.
OUJt DOLLAR FANCY DKESS SILKS,
We would cill SPECIAL ATTENTION to thesoOOODS for
wearecoxriDKxr that as good qCAUTiRS will not be seen
again In years as these Qoodi are at $1 cr yard,
woolon Xiorg 91xTwrli99
now selling at $S.
VAJV-X1 fM m
Ve have roluced our BUAVKR CL'JTH CLOAKS to dote
off. now $i to $7.
Inutile mi it Mlsrn Woolen Hood.
from 26 to 60 cents,
liny Stnle Ribbed Woolen lloar,
per pair, 20 cents.
Eleifnnt Clirlnclle Scurf,
.Men's Henry Woolen li ruwer nnd Woolen
Shirts, C3 cents.
FOU CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS
We otTr lhe bst Bargains In HmVjMeries ever teen In tlie
1 00(1 Xrrtllr irorltcj Colin r. from lOcti. to ,10.
300 Do. Snu, from 60 cents to ,10.
Nhrllrsnd Wool Vrll.,
Slirtlanil Wool, nil color..
10 cents IKr ounce.
lloublc llcrlill Zrphf r, all color.. 13 cts.pcr oz.
l"OR IJAUOAIXS LOOK INTO
FISHER & HAVEN'S,
Main Street, Drattleooro, Vt.
CHASE. & TRIPP'S.
For NEW YKAll'S I'RKSKNTS, at
CHASE k TRtPra.
For NEW VEAR'3 I'RISENTS, at
ciiase & Tmrra.
Fur NEW YEAR'S l'RISENIS, at
CIIA3K & TRIl'l-'S.
For NEW YEAR'S 1'UESENTS, at
CIIASE & TRIPP'S.
For NEW i EAR'S PRESENTS, at
CIIASE it Titm.
For NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS, at
CIIASE t TRIPI" ,
For .NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS, at
CIIASi: k TRIPP'S.
For NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS, at
CHASE k TRIPP'S.
For NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS, at
ciiase & iiurr's.
For NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS, call at
CHASE & TRIPP'S,
Main Street. Hrattleboro, Vt.
"Hall Columbia! happy land,
For better times are now at bund,"
GREAT CLOSING OFF SALE !
A N IMMENSE STOCK
DRY GOODS AT COST !
Whtile Imtnens stock of fJooci. to b ctosn.1 off preparatory
to NEW arc) EXTENSIVE AKRANOEM ENTS for thi Spring
JVow is IIig time Tor Itlch Itni'cniiis !
D. GILBERT DEXTER.
Jamaica, Yt., January I, I860. S3
MAGAZINES ! MAGAZINES ! !
And all others supplied on farorable terms, at
FELTON'S Book Store.
TDRIME WESTERN BUTTER. 3 TONS
I prime Western Butter fur .ale In lots to suit.
FROST It QOODHUE.
Dec. 30. 185952
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing under the Arm of Y. A. FISH k BR0 Is this
day by mutual consent dissolved. F. A. FISH,
II, L. FI31I.
FayttUrUl., Jan. 1st, 180. Swi
THU CHEAT ENGLISH HEMEDY I
aru .iamich cr.Miicii's
CKIjKUHATHD KHMALK PILLS.
Vr ptnd eroma Pft9f.rit".nofStrJ CtarkftM.D.t
I' lyslclt i ettmof liftary to the Queen.
'PHIS WELL KNOWN MKDICINK IS NO
X (mpjillti, nut rt sari; a'tl -afe rem -dy for Female Dif
ficulties onl Obstruitiou-t, from a ny cause whatever 1 and
although a powerful remedy, It contains nothing hurtful to
To tmrrled ladles It Is peculiarly suited. It will, In a
short lime, brio m the in mtht period with regularity.
In all c ties or nervou and 8-dnal AlT-cllons, Pain In the
Hack and Minb, IOivlnna, Fallxu" on slltfh exertion,
Palpitation of the 1 1 -a it, 1iwnces of Kplrits, Hysterics. Hick
Headache, Whites, and all tlie p ilnful diseases occassional
by u disordered system, these Pills will effect a cure when all
other means have failed.
Then PilUhttt nerer been known tofttiUchtrt Ih
directum on the Stvon'l page of Pamphlet art welt
For full particulars, get a pamphlet, free, of the Agent.
N. It. il and six post tiro stamps enclosed to any author
Ixed agent, wdl Insure a bottlcj containing over 60 pills, by
Sir James Clarke's Female hits
Sir James Clarke's Female Fills
Sir James Clarke's Female Pills
Are a Sclent in J reparation.
Arc a tttientinc I7enf.ru lion
Are a Scientific Preparation.
They are safef and never fall
They nre sufe. mid never full
They are safe, and nevtr full
To remove all Obstructions,
To remove all Obstructions.
To remove all Obstructions,
And cure all Female ComnUInt.
And cure all Female Complaints,
Atid cure all Female Comidalnts.
When the direction are followed.
When tlie directions are folio cd.
When tlie directions ara followed
Tlfy are a hteWna; nnd a cure,
fliey aru a hlenliijt and a cure.
Ther arc a blessing and a cure.
Ami can ne sent uy man
And c.in lie sent by mall
Anl cau be sent by ..all
ror one miliar atni six poiajre stamps.
For one dillar and jrostafte stumps.
For one dollar and six irostage stamps.
J.CI.AUK, a;rcnt for DrattleWo. 31. 8. BURR & CO
lioston, General Agents for New Knxland. 1) 141
Oil BAT ATTRACTION.
NEW FALL GOODS
HOUGHTON & BLAKE
Are now receiving the Urgest, richest and most varied
STAPLE c PAXCV DRY GOODS
to be found In Hrattleboro.
RICH FALL & WINTER DRESS GOODS:
RICH m.ACK It FANCY DRESS 8ILKS
PLAIN k PRINTED ALL WOOL DE LAINES;
MERINOS k TIIIDLTS
l-OI DE CIIF.VItKf
TRAVELLING DRESS COODS
CLOlKS,& CLOAK CIOTIIS)
PLAIN A: PRINTED FLANNELS)
LONG & SQUARE 11ROCHA SHAWLS j
SQUARE, LONO, k DOUBLE, WOOL SHAWLS)
warraritil lhe itit inakts aod iiualitlcs, at the price of In
CURTAIN MUSLINS, LINLNS,
EMBROIDERIES, OLOVES 4: IIOSIEnY.
BLEACHED k UNBLEACHED SHEETINGS,
TICKIN04, DENIMS, . LANNELS,
COTTON YAI.N, CARPET WAIIP, TWINE,
COTTON IIATTIN0, kc.
Comprising a complete assurtmect cf
HOUSE-KEEPING GOODS, .
Alt of hlch we will sell eheapt vert ctjeiFi
Very thankful for iat favors we would respectfully solicit
a continuance of the same.
We cime among you aim rats' rangers, at a time when busi
ness wu depresses!, nut trunins mat ny tntiustrr. econorov,
and strict attention to tmluess, endeavoring to stu ly closely
the wants of the public, we shituld writ a share of public
pHtrutmife; ttiai we n succtsiea Deyona ttn our on ex
itectttlou our constantly liicreaslnjr trade will testify.
Our facilities for dotal business are now brtu-r than they
have ever been; our suxlt larger, our trade more and our
.e .utile au, irtenus anu stranperi, to cau ana examine
our fv.J anil prices.
liemember we win not ue undersoM.
IIOUGI1TOX Ac BLAKE.
No. 6 Granite Uow, opjvjslte Brattlcltoro House.
CARPETS! CARPETS: t
Tlie I arses t and test assortment of CmriTs ix tub State Is at
HOUGHTON & BLAKE'S.
Our Carpet IU1I Is uosr Iielnir rcplenlshM hy Urjre addl
tlons to our already large stock r-f Carpets, maLIng the most
coraitkte stock ur Carpels crer before found In Hrattleboro,
Neff, Rich, and Elegant Patterns ol
r.NOLlSH k AM. UnrSSELS TAPESTRV CAUI'ETIN0
UE?T STVLE? OF THREE PLY CAIU'ETS
LOWELL and HARTFORD ALL WOOL CARl'ETS
oetrry grade and a griat variety osfyes.
COMMON WOOL CARl'KTSj
COTTON k WOOLCAIll'ETSi COTTON CARPETS
HKSIl'CARPLTSl STAIR CARPETS) ETA11. R0DS
WHITES CHECKED STRAW MATTING, all widths aud
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, all widths aud the best qualityi
TAIILKOILCLOTHSl CRL'MU CLOTHS;
nUOS MATTSj Ac.
Our strck Is th. largest, our stales the besL and urfcrs the
otrr.f, which are sufficient Inducements for customers to
call on us btrore buying elsewhere.
HOUCIITOX Si. BLAKE
No. 0 Granite Row, opposite Hrattleboro House.
CKIICKBRV AND GLASS WARE.
Particular attention Is requested to the fact that
HOUGHTON & BLAKE
do leep the LARGEST assortment of
CROCKERY and GLASS WARE to be found lu town and we
can and wilt sell at prices ess than can be bought of other
w e are prepares to mrnisn
At Wholesale and Retail,
at prices as low If not lower than city prices.
Our stock Is Increased by every new and desirable style as
last as tney are imrouuceu.
Ourgoods are bought by the package and at Auction pr!cei(
Ard wi will not bo undersold. '
Remember the place,
IIOI'GIITON Si BLAKE.
Crockery Rooms, Ilasement No. 0 Granite Row.
J.VL of H alnds for sale at the lowest p Ices, by
1I0UG1I1ON & B LAKE.
HU&1A FL. ATI'
COMMON FUATIIEU3. cheap, at
HOl'GIITO.N & BLAKE'S
PAPER HANGINGS, a largo assortment ;
I'Al'KR CUHTAIN3. Lc.
llw clieaiil Inquire at HOt'UUTON li BLAKE'S.
r FABLE CUTLERY, n good assortment, at
a.t, 8. 33
HOUGHTON tt BLAKE1
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ALL HAIL !
PROF. MOTT'S MAOIC HAIR INVIQ0RAT0R AHEAD -
ITS EQUAL HASNEVER BEEN FOUND.
It Is manufactured by A. O. GREEN, at Hlghgate. Vt.,
uud Is put up In larger liotlles, more tasty style, and Is mors
highly perfumed than any of the numerous hair dressings
id the day.
Is warranted to remove all dandruff) It will restore hair to
b.ild heads where the roots are not entirely gone) will give
new life and vigor tu the halr.thereby Imparting to It Its
This Inviornlorls a superb article for dressing the hair,
Imparting a brilliancy to the same, causing It to become toft ,
itnd ylott i( and Is the most highly perfumed article now In
lly Us medicinal qualities, this In vigor tor will restore a
healthy action to the blood vessels (which nourish the gland
Iteneath the surface or th scalp,) thereby causing a free and
liealthycIrcuUtlonof blood, and by Its tonic and Invigorating
Influence It will produce Increased action and 'Igor In
the roots, cutting up the thick matter formed In the tubes,
opening the pores of the scalp, thereby giving a frei and
healthy action to the roots and vl.or of the hair, and In ill
tMses where the glands and blood vessels have not been en
tirely deprived or their activity and life by disease, this In
vlgoratorwlll produce a new growth or hair.
Ef.ltCtd FRJM LETTERS AND REFERENCES t
Prf. Mo rts Magic H-ilr Iut igorator Is ojequatled by any -thing
iiovt iK'fore 'hi public. It Is what It purports to be, a
preparation of real substantial merit, und we are much
piqued u le.irn that they are rapidly taking the place of
tuWeiM iijitruini. tlurlington, Vt., Sentinel.
It l ) ( tlu in it w.irtny prep-tratluns for the hair with
which 1 etvr Umi.ujj cUiiutcJ,Hod lUkegreat pleasure In
recuuimeuding the same to the public. I partlcuUrly admire
tlilt cjmpmu.l, for thi fragrancy and duration of Its perfume,
Dr. J Anson, llertshire, ft.
I was tj iU fr ydn. This Invlgorator restored my hair,
which has never fallen off since. George h, Harwell. Jr..
Auburn, .V. Y.
Three moafis ago I was entirely bald ) at this time my
head Iscjiered with new hair. 1 am satisfied It was forced
In grow by the me of th Invigmitor. My hair has returned
to its f jnuer color, t had b.en bald about-eight or ten years.
James I. Abbott, Ca-ot, VI.
1 would pay Hfty delta's psryear, rather than be without
your Inrirforator . Jimeion, Utica, .V. Y.
I had bdeu bild for quite a number of years. Mott's In
Igorator has restored my hair. It Is as thick and heavy as
In my youth. Daniel Dodge, Sutton, C. .
Mott Invlgorator Is a ra-jst excellent preparation, and
mut be a very acceptable article for the toilet of any lady or
gentleman at. Albans Messenger.
This Invlgorator ice have tried, ami tile it It Is more
pleasant to use, and Is decidedly cheaper than any other.
Ilurtington Free Press.
This Invlgorator Is all It purports to be. It Is one which
we chetrfully recommend to our patrons. A. F. Styles, St.
Prof. Mott's Hair Invlgontor has been tnly a short time
lefore the public, and yet one opinion atone Is t pressed as to
lttra?rlt. We speak from experience, and can recommend
It as the bsst hair preparatlen we ever useM. For removing
landruff, preventing the hair from coming out, cleansing the
lulr and keeping It moist and healthy, It Is far superior to the
must costly preparation In the market, and Its efficacy In case
of biiUiiisj is said to be truly wonderful, restoring hair on
heads which, fur twenty years, had been destitute of that or
nament, Vergcnnes Citizen,
Ladle and gentlemen: The above Is not one-fourth part
ut the evIJeuw I am enabled to lay before you for your peru
sal, or the superiority or Mott's Magic Hair Invlgorator, over
alt other articles, whether for restoring hair to bald heads.
Trom preventing the hair from falling off, or for a dressing )
an 1 alt of this evidence has been gathered within a period of
eight or ten months.
Ladies will And that It will enable them to dress their hair
In any shape, so that It will keep In place.
H. K. GREEN, Proprietor.
All orders should be addressed to the Manufacturer,
A. J. GREEN, Uighgate, Yt.
Sold in Hrattleboro1 by Jostrii Clark, I. N. Thokx l W,
Dummcrston, C. E.Tarr) Newfane, S. 1 Millei and O.
L. 3 a tit it in i Wardsbjro, J, G. Higcixs Jamaica, D. G.
IHxtib) Townshend. O. A, Wiliissos and E. BaWTn
Urmfton, SatRMaa k Wtmix. (2S
I J for curing Scratches, Galls, Calks, ic, on Horses, Salt
iltieum, Flesh Wounds, Old Sores, Iturns, kc, on )eople.
This Ointment, where lutruduced, is sctliog very rapidly,
and why 1 Slinply for the reasou that tt does what we In all
cases warrant it to do, to wit To cure scratches on horses In
fomr two to six days, when the directions accompanying each
lox are strictly followed.
I have used Dr. Henry's Ointment for Scratches and Salt
Rheum sores very often, without a single failure. Henry
6tinehour Proprietor Public House, Uighgate, Ft.
It Is the beet remedy for scratches, galls and calks I ever
saw. J ..Sanderson, Proprietor Trttnont House, St. Ah
It IMS, Ft,
With the recommendations of such veteran horse dealers
as Mr, Stlnehour of Hlghgate and J L. Sanderson or St. Al
bans, any other endorsement Is unnecessary. They say it
crass scratehes, galls, Sc , oo horses with almost absolute
ccrtaluty. It Is eicellht for sores, and cracks, In cows' teats,
nnd uppers tu be Just the artlcl for every Tanner to keep In
constant readiness. B urtlngton, Ft., Frss Frets,
It has been tried and not found wanting St. Albans, Ft.,
I cured my hand with Dr. Henry's Electric Ointment In two
weeks, when the physicians said I would be without the use
of It two months. 1 had cut alt my fingers to the bone with
a circular saw. A. U. Peckham, Lebanon, If If.
I had the misfortune to scald myself -quite severely, and by
making an application or your Dr, Henry's Ointment, the
pain from the "burn almost Instantly dtsuppeartd, and lu five
minutes I felt no Inconvenience whatever from the effects of
lhe fire. Clarinda Sampson, Montgomery, Ft.
It Is useless to waste time In writing or reading a more
lengthy advertisement or this Ointment. Enough that It Is
ir a-ranted to gUe satisfaction, whether used ror scratches,
burns, or any wound or whatever nature on mab or beasl.
Farmers, are your cows troubled with sore teats? Apply
this Ointment at night, and they are well In the morning.
Sold by the agents of Prof. Mott's Magio Hair Invlgorator,
Manufactured at Hlghgate, VU by A. J. Green.
S. K. GREEN, Proprietor,
XT I. N. TIURN, Wboleseale Agent for this vicinity.
Coccus, Colm, Ho hues las and Isflc
tJtti, iRBtTaTioy, 9.)aus,or any affection
f the Throat CURED, the IUckixq Cure a
. Covsi'MFTiov, tUoxcmris, Wuoonaa
'onm, Asthma, Oatabeh, RELIEVED by
DROrtNVJ BRONCHIAL TROCHES, or
UJ simole and elegant combination for CorcM. ke.
Dr, O. F. Bio i low, Boston.
"7avi proved extremtty striic table for JIoaiiivms."
Iter. IUsit WaD Bitcsxfc.
ul recommend their us fo Pcuic SrgmM."
Rev. . H. Cairn, Nsv Tort.
"Most salutary rstitf in Bkohciitu "
Rev. S.Suorwu, Morrlstown,0h4,
'Bencfol when compelled to speak, suffering fa.n'
Cold." Rev. S.J, P, Asdebsos, St. Louls.
'Effeetual in removing Hoarseness and Irritation of
the Throat, so common u tth SraiKiaa and Hihgem."
Prof, M. STACY JOHNSON, LaGrange, Ga.,
Teacher of Slusic, Southern Female College.
"Great benefit when talen befors and after preaching,
as they prevent Iharssness, From their past effect. I
think they will be of permanent advantage to mt."
Rev. K. RowtiT, A. M,
President Athens College, Tenn,
Bold by all Druggists at 85 Dents per box,
Also,Baows'sLiXiTivxTiiocim.or Cathartic Lotsngts,
tor Dyspepsia, Indigestion t Constipation , Headache, Bil
ious Aj'tetisnt, e. ttaiA