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The proprietors and manufacturers of IIOSTETTER'S
CELEBKATKD STOMACH UICTMtS coo appeal with per
feet confidence to physicians and eltlsens generally of the
United States, because the article has attained a reputation
herelofoie uoknown. A few facts upon this point will speak
more powerfully than vrl nines of bare assertion or bldtoji
iog puffery. The consumption of Hoatttter'a Stomach Hit
I ti for the Ust year amounted to over a half-ml II I on bottles,
and from Iti manifest steady locreaie In times past, It li erl
dent that during the comlnjr year the consumption will reach
near one million bottW. Thti Immense amount could never
hare been sold but for the rare mcllcln-! properties contain
ed la the preparation, and the sanction of I he most prominent
fthyilcUni In those sections of the country where the Article
i nett known, who not only rt commend th Hitters to their
patients, but are ready at all times to irlvc testimonials to IW
efficacy In all cases of stomachic- derangements and the dis
eases resulting therefrom,
This U n t a temporary popularity, nbt allied by extraordi
nary efforts In the way of trumpetlnir the qualities of the
Bitters, but a solll estimation of an InvaluiMe medicine,
which Is destined to be as enduring as time ltsetf.
Hosteller' Stomach Hitters luive rived a Godsend to re
gions where frcr and ntio And 7rlous other Llllous com
plaints have minted their tlctlms by hundreds. To be Able
to state confidently th it the "Hitters" nro a certain cure for
the lfyspepiU and like diseases, I to the proprietor a source
of unalloyed pleasure. It removes all morbid matter from
the stnmarh, purines the Mood, and Imparts renewed vitality
to the nervous system, glUng It that tone ami enerjry tndls
pensable for the restoration of health. It operates upon the
stomach, liver, and other digestive organs, mildly but power
fully, and sow restates them to a condition essential to the
healthy discharge of the functions of nature.
Elderly persons m iyue the Hitters daily as per directions
on the buttle, And they will find In It a stimulant peculiarly
Adapted to comfort declining years, as It Is pleasant to the
palate, Invigorating to the luwels, excellent as a tonic, and
rejurena'.lng gencmlly. Vt have the evidence of thousands
of aged men and women who have experienced tho benefit of
Using this preparation while suffering irom tUinmch derange
ments and general deMHtyi ncttngunder theadvlceof physi
cians, they have abandoned all deleterious drugs and fairly
tested the merits of this article. A few wonls to the gentler
sex. There are certain periods when their cares are so harass
Ing that many of thtra sink under the trial. The relation
of mother and child Is so absorbingly tender, that the mother,
especially If she be young. Is apt to forget her own health In
her extreme anxiety for her Infant. Shwul I the period of
maternity arrive during the summer season, the wear of body
and mind Is generally aggravated. Here, then. Is a necessi
ty for a stimulant to recuperate the energies of the system,
and enable the mother to beur up tinder her exhausting trials
and responsibilities. Nursing mothers generally prefer the
Bitters to all other Inrlgorators that recelra the endorsement
of physicians, because It Is agreeable to the taste a well as
certain to give a permanent Increase of bodily strength.
All those person, to whom we have particularly refer rid
above, to wit: Sufferers from fever and ague, caused by
maUria, diarrhoea, dysentery, Indigestion, Tois of appetite,
aud all dinenses or derangements of the stomach, superan
nuated Invalid, persons of sedentary occupation, and nurs
ing mothers, will consult their own physical welfare by giv
loo- to HustciUr'a Celebrated Stomach Bitters a trial.
CAUTION. We caution the public against mlng any of
the many Imitations or counterfeits, but ask for llosrrmVa
Celebrated Stomach Bitters, and see that each bottle has
the words "Dr. J llostetter's tt)mach Bitters' blown on the
side of the bottle, and stamped on the metallic cap coming
the rork, and observe that our autograph slguaturc 1$ on the
ir Prepared and sMd by HOTETTEIt k SMITH. Pltts
buogh, l'a., and sold by all druggists, grocers, and dealers
generally throughout tke United states, South America, and
THE ECONOMIST COOKING STOVE I
THE GREAT STOVE OP THE PAY.
FIRST PREMlUSIi AYTA1UILD A3 FOLLOWS I
At the Ohio Slute Fnir, liclil Srit., 1838.
At the Albimr County Fnir, lirltlSrpl., 1838.
At the X. York Stair Fntr. hrlil Ocl., 1838.
At llic-Grctivllle Comity Fnir In Citnniln.
At the Ititcrtinttuunl Fnlr lit OfZflcn.biirsli,
At tho Gcne.cc Count)- Fnir. Miclilgnu.
Nos. 7, 8, 9 and Hold Size No. 10.
THE TIME HAS COME AVI1EX 1'EOl'LE
who are dl' posed to tu ly true ec nomy and who value
Comfort and heatth, demand, nnd will have a t'uoKtxo Stove
which &imlijnes Increased conveniences and ti greater per
fectlon of manufacture. It will readily be admitted that the
Economist is of this description, and for the following rea
sons 1. Thc Thick x ess or tut Castings. These-Stoves weigh
from fifty to one hundred pounds more than others of corns
2. The Ore Is one-quarter to one-third larger than utual,
and being provided with n row of hooks across the top or the
tame, meat can he suspended for roasting Instead of lying on
a pan to fry In fat as Is the custom, by which process It re
ceives an unpleasant taste and odor. This feature alone,
when understood, will give THE ECONOMIST the preference
over any other Move.
3. The perfection o' minufacture. The Ovkx Doom are
are lined with 1'if Flat mid are IHted almost to a steam
tight Joint. The Tups, Covers and Cross Bars are filed and
fitted with great exactness. Fully as much labor and cost Is
expended on each one of these Stoves as on a doten of the
4. Th BaniLtso Ilcitm Is a commodious and Indis
pensable appointment to the tove.
6. The CoprEA Kes 'RVOiR fr containing a supply of Hot
Water, is a feature which will command admiration.
0. The Hot Closet, or, Warming Ovix is found to be an
arucie ot great convenience tor aiming plates or lood.
The Stove hm at ready obtained an envibble reputation,
and the manufacturers are determined to spare no efforts to
make it tha
LEADIXG STOVE OF THE DAY!
Do not fait to call at our Store and examine It, where can
also he se n a large variety of Stoves, Tin, Sheet Irou, Cop
per Ware, kc.
These Stoves are from the well known establishment of YT.
k I. Tread well, I'erry k Norton, Albany, X. Y.
J. II. K W. 11. ESrERBROOK.
Brattleboro, Jan, 12, 1860 tf8
"Buy mc, nnd 111 do you Coed.
CLEANSE THE SYSTK$lT"PCRir 1 THE BLOOD.
TBI BEST feFBlXO ASD SCMVUa XKOiriTE IX THE WORLD IS
ROOT AND 1IEIWI HITTERS.
Compound of Sartaparitta, Wild Cherry, Yellow Doc-,
Prickly Aih, Thoroutjhwort, Rhubarb, Mandrake, Dande
ton. Ire. atlof which, art to compounded a? to act in con
cert, and amtit fiaiure in eradicating distase,
THESE HI ITERS CONTINUE TO BE
the most stnndard. nonul.ir and reliable medicine ever
diiinered Tor the cure of Liver Complaints and all their at
teudantst Jaundice In Its worst forms Humors, whether of
blioii or cklnj all UIIiUhh Dlaeisesand Foul Stomnchf lys-
?epshi Female Weakness, and every disease arising from
ndlgestlon, or tedentiiry habits of life) Headache Dizzi
ness Piles Heartburn I'alns In the Side, Bowrls, or Back
Flatulency Loasof Appetite, and evtry kindred complaint
arising from Impurities of the Blood, Diseased Liver, or Dis
ordered Stomach, to which every person Is more or less sub
ject la this climate.
The effect f this medicine Is most wonderful It acts di
rectly up n the bowel aud blood, by removing all obstruc
tions from the internal organs stimulating them Into healthy
action, renovating the fountains of life, purifying the blood,
cleansing It frjin all humms, and itauslng It to iwurse anew
through every part of the body restoring the Invalid to
health and usefulness.
Only 23 and 33 cents per bottle. Sold by Dealers In Medi
cine every where.
Orders ad Iressed to J. 0. LANQLEYor UEO. C. 000 WIN
& CO., Boston. 6ml2
POUTER C. SPEXCER
It admitted ai a partner In wj builoees. The firm will be
H. C. FISHER & CO.
SEW FIIUI AND SEW GOODS.
IN THIS NE1V ANNOUNCEMENT
WE WOULD MOST nEtPECTFULLY INFORM
our old patron and the public that we shall endeavor
to offer the the very beet Gajdi at the lowest possible prices.
An.l that In the future as In the past OUIl STOKE SHALL
HE KNOWN A3 THE LOWEST 1'IUCE STORE In Windham
Our stock will embrace In full varieties In each department,
FANCY AND STAPLE DHY 0 )0 DS,
EUllltOP'KKlEd AND LACE O001H,
SILK4, ini'VLS AND MANTILLAS,
PAl'Ull UANJINOS AND U INU'JW SHADES,
CAItfirH, MATMXOS AND OIL CLUTHS,
WINDOW SHADES, FIXTURE!-, &c ,
FUKNIdlUNQ OOObS, In all vanetld.
Our stock belnir ono of the largest In the State we shall al
ways endeavor to have solas special bargains to offer to our
customers and we Invltj a S)ecuil examination of all pur.
chasers. II. C. FISHER ti CO.
NEW CARPET HALL.
WE HAVE OPENED A CARPET HALL
In which may be found the largest nnd most extensive
CROSLEY & SONS ENGLISH I1RUS3ELS CARPETS, from
ot to u ai.jo per yaiu.
LOWELL. HARTFORD b ENGLISH IMPERIAL THREE
PLt'S In elegant dns gns. from zl to zl.25 ner vard.
EXTRA UNE ti SUPER FINE ALL WOOL UARPETS, In
iMwcii uuii cuiisu luases, irom oud to ooe per yarn.
HEM V U ClITTUN CARPETS, from 17c to 37c uer yard.
WHITE St CHECK1 II 4 4, 5-4 fc 6-4 CANTON MATTINGS,
25o tu 453 per yard.
F.NQLISH SIIEI.T OIL CWT1IS, well dried and warranted,
iu , u , i-s o wiue,
II. C. FISHER & CO
15 THOUSAND ROLLS
PAPER HANGINGS, New Styles, now
opening, at II, C. FISHER ti CO.'S.
BLANKS from 5 to 10c per Roll.
OROL'NDEU from 10 1 1 20c per Roll.
SATINS from U tu 75c r Roll.
PAN N EL Ji CEILING PAPERS.
In fact the largest stock of new and choice styles to select
r.F THE DEST QUALITY made without
' CLASI'S or SEWING, lit 6c a Soring.
IS Springs at 00 cts. I 20 Springs at $1.20.
17 springs at zt.oo. at springs at 11 00.
11 11 C. FISHER fc CO.'S.
NOTICE TO FARMERS.
rpHE BEST HEAVY DROWN COTTONS,
1 known as the FarmtrU Favorite, 36 Inches wide, ut 8a
Mer .hints are l.ivit .1 t-i "xaintm these oods, (i un
sell them less than Boston prices.
12 II. C. FISHER ti CO.
WE HAVK JUST RKCEtVED A XEW AXI C1IOICK STOCK
Papor XXaxi.elxi.B--t, tfio. tSio.
-which we are sELLiNo ninAr-
tO- rieise remember that we sell CROCKER V, ns low, if
not lowir than any concern In llratlleboro.
TT In PAFEIl HANGINGS, wo can show a Liacnt stock,
mors styles, and LOWER PRICES than any concern In l'er
A good assortment
Oil. AND PAPER WINDOW SHADES,
AND SEVEKAL KINDS OP
CUE A V .
All kinds of Farmers' Troduce, or Cash, taken for
Don't forj.et," No. 8 Ornnltr Row.
Brattleboro, Jtoreh 30, 1S00.
TfINU"AM COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE
1 J insurance company.
WILLIAM HARRIS, President
L. 0. MEAD, Secretary and Treasurer.
Vil'tl tors t
The Office of the Company Is In the Sal Ings Rank Building
Brattleboro, where policies will now lie Issued on most kinds
of property, Including Live Stock It a ill not I so much
their object 1 1 di a sma-hlng buin.ss ns a safe one and tu
make such a Company ns the citizens of tha County need.
Applications lor Insurance can lie made through the Directors
anil the Agents in tueuiuerem towns in me uouniy.
Mar:h 1,1859. 0
TTOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF
jLJL the City of New York.
CASH CU'ITAL, 1.000 000 SURPLUS OVER $300,000
The subscriber hai ing accepted the Agency of this Compa
ny and having flled In the Secretary of State's Office, the
evidence of it. responsibility, requiri.il by our Statute, Is now
prrpareti to lane runs ol proiTty usually tnsureu In tills vt
cinlty, on favorable terras and grant Policies without delay
The perfect responsibility of this Company and the known
character of Its officers entitle It to a rank among the very
urn in our country. b, u. .MKAl,.gent
Brattleboro, April 15, 1859.
SULLIVAN RAILROAD NO
Jistsus.iuMTicH. WINTI-.R ARRANQEMKNT.
" On and after MONDAY, DEC.
trains will run as lotion s i
SOUTH The MoRMxn Traik (freight with passenger
car attaclcd.) will leave Wli-dsorat 4.00 A. M., coilnectlng
with Express train from Montreal nnd Ogdensburgh, Clare
mont at 4: J5, and Charlestown at 5.50 A. M., connecting at
ilcllows tails nun ineslitre ttallroau ror lloston, Lowell,
norcester, anu wun t. , auey naiiroau tor apringneld
arriving at New York. 4il5 P. .M.
The MltL Talis will leave Windsor at ltOO, Claremont at
1i26,and Charlestown at It 56, P. M.l connecting at Bellows
Falls with Cheshire Railroad fur Boston, Worcester, &c, also
with Vermont Valley Railroad for Sprlngfltld, &c, arrrivlng
at new iora, at una r. .n.
The Exraug Triim will leave Windsor at 7.20 P. M
arrival of trains Irum Montreal (0 00 A M.O Ogdensburah
(0 00 A. M , and Concoid, N. II , (10 45 A. M., Claremont
at 7. 40 and Ctiiirleetown at 8. 12, arriving at Itellows Falls at
8.36 P. M., (jeinaln oer night) leaie Ihllows Falls at 8.00
A. 21., or pprlngneiii, a.c. arriving at Aew lork 814.15 1',
M. alsol.are Uellows Falls at 8.30 A. M., for LowellWorce.
ster ami iioston.
HORT11 The Express Triix will leave Bellows Falls a
7.15 A M.. Charlestown at 7 3H. Clanmoiit at 8.10. connect.
Ing at Windsor with Vermont Central Railroad for Mont jietler,
Burlington, Roust's Point, Monlr.nl, (0.45 P. M.,) Ogdcns-
ourgn (i.uu r. ji.,; ami also wun aormerti, a. it. Koau, ar.
riving at LQngurn iidni r. in.
The Mail Taitx will leave llelbws Falls nil J:30. Charles
town at 12:54, and Claremont at 1:20 P. M. connecting at
Windsor with Vermont Centrnl Railroad for Moutpeiler,
Burlington, Rouse's Point, Montreal, Og lensburg, &c, and
at White River Junction with Passumpsic Railroad for
Wells River, Littleton, St. Johnshury, Barton, fcc.
The Evtsixo Trsis (Freight llh Passenger car attached)
will leave Itellows Falls at 5:30, Charlestown 6.20, and
Claremont at 7t40 P. M.. for Windsor. Passengers bv this
train stop over night at Windsor and procetd the next
morning at (is:ou, A. m.) to Montpcller, House's Point, Mont.
real, vsguciisuurnii, vc.
Stages connect with both trains at Charlestown for Snrlne-
Qeld and Perklnsvllle, at CUrcmont for Newport, and at
t, inusor ur vt oohsiock.
Charlestown, N. II., Dec 5,1859.
i.Drs,mwMi RUTLAND ti BURLINGTON
&Z2?i4 It.V 1 IdtUA I.
- 3aE- SUMMER ARRANGEMENT FOR 1860
On and after MONDAY, April 16th, I860, Trains will ruu
as follows, to wltt
Moving SOUTH and EAST. Leave BurllngtonBi45 and
loiso a, ai, ana o:oo r. 31.
Arrive at Rutland 11:45 A. 51., 12.55 and 12.05 P. M.
Leave Rutland 5:25 A. M, and 12:10 P M.
Arrive at Bellows Falls, 8:00 A.M. and 2:15 P. M.
Moving WEST and WORTH. Leave Bellows Falls, 121
and 5:30 P. M. '
Arrive at Rutland 3.00 and 8.00 P. M,
Leave Rutland 2:20 and 6:15 A. M. and 3:40 P. M.
Arrive at Burllngtun at 5.00 and 0:20 A. 31, and 6 P, M.
At BURLINGTON, with the Vermont Central and Vermont
ami uanaaa Itallroads, ror House's Point, Montreal, Ogdms.
burgh, St. Albans. Essex Junction. Montovher. kc.
At UELDWb FALLS, with tialnsof the Theihlre road for
Fllchburgh, Worcester, Lowell Nashua and Boston, with
Vermont Valley Road, lor Brattleboro, SprlngHeld, Hartford,
New Haven, and New York, anl with the Sullivan road, for
Windsor, White River Junction, et. Johnsbury, Wells River
At RUTLAND, with trains of the Western Vermont, lint.
land tz Washington and Saratoga & Whitehall roads, for
iroy, Aioauy, iiew lora, Saratoga, Bcnenectaily aud the
ET Passengers going West, will And this the cheapcitaud
most direct route. Tickets and all necessary Informatlon.can
1.. l.o.l o ,.- 1I.11A. !. '
E. A. CHAPIN, Superintendent,
OUI1KUU, ilOV, 19111, ISOtf.
liismMiij.,j.t'.CH ES II I RE RAILROAD. Sum-
ji"ij-i,ijinvr Arrangement. un anil alter MONDAY
I'l " OW, ,UIIH will lull H. IvOlOWS,
MOVING EAST. Leave
Bellows Falls at 8.30 A. M. and 2.40 P. M. Kcene at 9.40
A. M. and 3.35 P. M. and arrive at Fltchburg at 12 00 M.
and 5.15 P. M.t Boston at 2.30 and 7 30 P. M. Worcester at
i uu ana t.ou i. ai,
MOVINQ WEiT. Leave
Boston at 7.30 and 11.00 A. M.t Fltchburir at 9 45 A. M
and 1.30 P. 31. 1 Keene, 11.30 A. M., ami 3.40 P. M and ar
rive at Bellows Falls at 12 25 and 4.40 P. 31. Windsor, 1.20
ami 0.00 r. ji.) uuiianu, o.uu anu e.uu l', .il. uurungton,
o.uu r, .11,
Tratm Connect a foltotvt 1
Up Train at Bellows Falls with RUTLAND fc BUR
LINOTON RAILROAD, for Rutland. Burlluaton. Montreal.
Ogdensburgh, Albany, Troy, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady
and the West
Also, with 8ULLIVAN RAILROAD, for Windsor, White
uiver juncuon, uurungion, ugueiisnurgn. .Montreal, bt.
Jnhrshury, fcc, via T. CENTRAL, PASSU3IPSIC, and
,r.it.uuai s uaai'a iiijalid, e.c, 110111 trains make n.
rect connection 1 la VT. CENTRAL R.R. fer all Iwlnts north,
Down Train Connect at Fitchburtt
with Trains of Fltchburg k Worcester R. R. for WorccsTer,
Norwich, Providence and New York City.
And at Qroton Junction with trains of Worcester k Nashua
R. R, for Nashua and Concord and with Trains of Stony
moon 11, t. tor ioweii, lAwrence, kc,
Tickets for all points West may be secured at nnv sta
tion on Cheshire Railroad and baggage will be checked
tnrougn to uuiihio or puiiension liritigc.
E. A. CHAPIN, Snprrlufenilent,
Duperiuienueui's uiucc, ieene, April JU, 1BOU.
VERMONT VALLEV RAII
.HAD. Iln Blulin,, JVntf. I.f
l-HB ul859, TRAINS will run as fellows 1
Leave Bellows Falls ror Brattleboro, 8 00 A. 31. and 2 30 P.
M. Returning leave Brattleboro for Bellows Falls. 10 40 A. M.
and 1 30 P, 31. FREIGHT TRAIN leaves Bellows Falls at
0.40 A. 31. 1 Brattleboro 2.65 P. 31.
The two Passenger Trains over this route, connect South with
ine , v. s Kias.auiu9t'ii. ami uonueciicut uiver uauroaui
to Snrlngdeld. Hartford. New Haven and llrtdireriort direct ti
New York. On the North with the Rutland k Burlington, Sub
1 1 van, Vermont Central, Vermont fc Canada, Connitlcut and
Passumpslo Rivers Rail Roads, forming direct communication
with Whitehall, Snrtitnga and Schenecudy, Su! llinsbury anil
iltti Miu II.1I1 ,fui It u I'.lnt. I.'ilrfi.blirih
and Montreal. 31. bLOAT, nuperintendenu
Yt. Valley II. H. Office, Nov. 16tli, 1859.
EKEHAIi INSUHANCE agency,
yjl W ItUSTOR'fl BTOMK HLOCIt
Vntto t. tirrehT riven bv the sub.erltMr that hefs nrcnnrrd
to lue Hides on 1.1 VI! NTOCK. as well as other
kiii'lsof properly on ns fnvoraMe term, and In as reliable
Compaulel (they liavtns: all cnmplled with the laws of this
Btatc) ns any doing buslncs In this Stat, Farmer and oth
ers woul I do wtll to call before In.urlng cUewhero and ex
amine andjudge for themselves.
The combined capital of the companies which he represents
Wing 83.00(1.000. and upwards, enables him to
Issue policies ftfr any required amount.
lie would rerer to the advertisements ol liifl several compa
nies published herein for further particulars.
Jan. 1, 1300.
MUTUAL I' I HE
V Insurance Comp
Company. This Company continue to do
milneM on favorable terms. CfltdtAl on the 1st of August
last. $1,509,721 GI, and dally lucrrnslnrr.
717 T N A
Oomnunv. Caolta1.tS00.00l). Annllcatlons recelv-
i for Insurance In this Company ono of the oldest In the
Union. F. II. FESSENDEN,
NATIONAL LIFE IXSUltANCli COM
pany of the VnlU-d Ftntcs.
Ibe subscrllter having been appointed Agent for this welles-
tabll.hnl Company, will effect Insurance to any nmount not
... T .... u 1, vivai'utii'U
xcceuing iiu.uuuonoiieri.a xi i. imbwiuuui
MIE PARK FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Of Hie City of New York.
Cnali Cnpllnl, $200,000.
AVI Tit LA It OK SURPLUS.
This Company Insures nulldlngs. Merchandise, HoasrhoM
Furniture, nnil rertonai t'roiieriy generally againpi i's or
Damage bv Klre. JUSI Ml W. 1UKKK, President.
WM. JAFFRAV,Sec'y. JOHN BODINB, Mce President.
1) t II I! 0 T 0 II S .
J. W. Raker, F. P. Sellout., Oeo. W, Piatt, J.R. Lawrence,
L. Everltt. Thos. (lardlnrr. Oeo. C. Peters, John Ilodlne,
II .M. Wells, Edwd. Sehcll, F. P. Furnald, Wm. II. Arthur,
Chas. L. Noe, Jns II. llerny, Wm. 11 Livingston, P. V. llee
Iw, Oeo. P. Fitch. D. A. Wood, J. C. Whitney, R. 8. llcnodlct,
T. M. Ma hew, F. A Palmer, M. Y. Dunn, Jos. Rogers, I).
Jacobus, A. Mills 51- Kmc, Wm. I'umiliig, J. C. Ilaldwln,
', w.tjutck, .inlilou apgar, j. a. ,nn mirci m,onu i.onier,
I. Van Nojlrand. llru-h Knapp. M. II. Duckworth, I.. L.
IxK'kwoo,!. J. S. Harris. Matthew Keller, E. Iloodleston, Ml-
chael Oibney, Alrlch Henken, John II. Emery, Oscar Varet,
'eacocK J.J. Br.am.u, purveyor.
F. II. FESSENDEN, Agent, llratllclwro, Vt.
C. C. WAITE, Scc'y. C. D. BOWERS, Pres't.
This Company has a Capital of a
QUAPJEIl OF A .MILLION DOLLAUS,
All piilil in nnil securely invested. Itifks, on
most clas.ioa of prnperty, ivill be taken nt reit
V)naMc rnle. Apply i
F. II. FISSENDEN, Agxxt.
SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE
Insurance Company, of Springfield, Mass.
CAPITAL STOCK, 150 000.
OFFICE, CITY' HOTEL BLOCK.
Insures Real and Personal Property against Fire, on favora
i) 1 1: 1: 0 t 0 it s .
DANIEL L. IIAIIR1L,
CHESTER W. CHsPIN,
SAMUEL 5. DAY.
EDWARD SOUTH WORTH.
KDMUNI) FIir.KMAX, 1'rcsiuent.
WILLIAM CnSXr.i:, Secretary.
Applications for Insurance may lie made to
F. II. FESSENDEN, Agent at Brattleboro.
TLANTIC FIRE AND MARINE IN-
surance Company, Providence, It. I.
PAID UP CAPITAL, $150 000.
OFFICE NO. 10 NORTH MAIN STREET.
Insure against Fire Risks on as favorable terras as other Re
l) 1 1: r. c t 0 p. s .
F. II. RICHMOND,
J AMIS S. PHETrEPLACE,
Hon. W. W. HJITIN,
Gov. of lliioile island.
lion. JAMES Y. SMITH
dllll. .S 1AI1,
Mayor or Providence. IB W. EVANS,
JAIIE7. M. KltllER,
HENRY W. GARDNER.
S. MAURAN. rresldcnt.
D. STEVEN'S, Secretary.
V. II. FESSENDEN, Agent at Brattleboro.
MASSASOIT INSURANCE COMPANY,
CASH CAPITAL, $150,000.
This Company Is prepared to Insure Real and Personal
Proiierty against Fire on as favorable terms as similar Insti
n 1 1: e c t 0 1! s .
SAMUEL B. DAY,
CHESTER W. CHAPIN,
J. B. VINTON,
STEPHEN C. BEMIS,
A. W. CHAPIN,
C. L. CO ILL,
A. L. SOILE,
O. 11. QUEEN LEAF.
Hr.MlI t L LLr.jt, J it ,
E. S. CHAPIN,
SAMUEL S. DAY, President.
J. S. PAIUSII, Secretary.
F. II. FESSENDEN, Agent at Brattlebro.
puny. Con ay, Mass.
INCORPORATED AND ORGANIZED IN 1849.
ASSETS, 200.000 DOL"ARS.
JAMES S. WHITNEY,
W. II. BOWIIOIN,
D. F. M'OILVRAY,
A. II. BULLEN,
E. D. HAMILTON,
JAS. S. WHITNEY, President.
JOS. II. SPHAOUE, Secretory.
F. II. FESSENDEN, Agent at Brattleboro.
Fifteen Thousixnil Stalls
TVTE'VV, NOW IN STORE AND RECEIVING DIRECT
JL 1 Irom the best manufacturers In the United States,
For aule svliulennlo mill Rcltill.
DECORATIVE, EMHOSSED AND VELVET
NICE ASSORTMENT PAPERS FOR SIDE LIGHTS.
PAPER CURTAINS ic CURTAIN GOODS
Everybodyshothlnksof buying Papers this Spring should
wii lau ii lunKiiig urougu nils Slock,
Liberal Discounts Tor cash on large blils.
SI. T. VAN DOORN,
March 22, 1800. 12
!! BOOT AND SHOE BUYEIIS H
EXTRA INDUCEMENTS AND
EXTRA LOW PRICES V O R
GEOItGE C. WALES,
SO IVurl Street,
IXVKCTING TO MAKE SOME C1IANOK IN HIS
J buslnvsa, will offer a large and good assortment of all
Copper Sole nml Copper nnd Leather
Tip ut ycry loir price.
Ai wo buy ami sell forCtwA only, can gl re buyers the very
fyre iurchailnp, at 2 Ii:AIll4 STREET.
ltostan, March J, I860. 4w9
LIMK ! ! LIME ! ! ! ONK HUNDRED
Ilarrcls Wlnooskl Lime, for sale by
J. II, k W. , K3TERBR0OK.
u . , Janusrjl, lsou tr.i
T,HE UNDiniSIONKI) SUCCKSSOItS TO CHAS
X I' ALKXANDER, will continue to carry on the MBAT
Ibulness In all its various lorms at the old stand, one door
0 j jiii ui 1:11 uraiiK'uwro libllib,
SWAN & EIM0.NDS,
March 6, I860. 10
I Ml 0 N S 3J !p HQ i Ml(- 3
AY E R S 8 A R S A P A R I L L A 1
FOR PURII'VINH THE HLOOD,
and for the speedy euro of the subjoined varieties of Dlsensei
Srrofnlii mill Srronilnii. A ll'rcllona, ani li 11
Ttimori., Ulcrra, Sorr, Ernilioii, Piisi
ili Pnatnlra, lllolrlira, IlolU, Uliilii.,liiul
nit Nlilil Dlncn.ra.
Ollt.ASD, Ind., Cth June, 1569.
J. O. Aver fc Co., Gentsi I feel It my duty to ncknowl
edge whnt your Sarsaparilla has done for tne, Having In
In rlteil a Scrofulous Infictloti, I have suffered from It In vari
ous W11 s lor years. Sumetlmes It burst out In Ulcers on my
hands and nrms sometimes It turned Inward and illnnssed
me nl the stomach. Two years ago It broke out on my head
and covered my scalp and enrs with one sore, which was
painful and loathsome lie'ond description. I tried many
medicines nnd several physicians, but Ithout much relli f
from any thing, lnfact,tlioillsonlergrewworse. Atlenglli
1 was rejoiced to read In the Oosel .Messenger that yon had
prepared nil nlleratlro (Sarsapirllln), for 1 knew from your
reputation that anything you made must be good. I e-tit to
Cincinnati and got It, and used It III! It Cored me. 1 took It
as you ndilse, In small doses cf a Icaspoonful over a month,
and used almost threo bottles. New nnd healthy skin liogan
to form under thorah, which arter n while fell off. Hy skin
Is now clear, and I know by my feelings that the disease has
gone from my system. You can well billevethat 1 feel what
I am saying when I tell you, that I hold you to lie 0110 of the
nestles of the ago, nnd remain ever gratefully,
' Yours, ALFRED H. TALI.EY.
I. Aillliony'is Fire, Ilo.si or Errr.lpflna,
Tctti r ii ml Snll Klirniii, Srnlil llniil,
RliiKsvonii, Sore Eyra, Drop.y.
B(Dr. Rolierl 31. Preble writes from Salem, N. Y 12lh Sept.,
159, that he has cured an tnvctcfnlfcaso of Drofiij, which
threatened to terminate fatally, by the persevering us of our
Sarsaparllla, and also a dangerous attack of Malignant
F.ryetlpelai by largo doses ot the same says he cuns the
comniuu Eryeaipetan Eruption by It constantly.
Dyaprpaln. Ilrisrt Dlarnar, Fll, Epllrpay,
Many remarkable cures of these affections have been mado
by the alterative power of this medicine. It stimulates the
vital functions Into vigorous action, and thus overcomes ills,
onlers which would be supimsed beyond Its reach. Such n
remedy has long been required by the necessities of the peo
pie, and wi are confident that this will do for then all that
medicine can 1I0.
AVER'S CHERRV PECTORAL,
roa vne nine ccrb or
Conulia, Colila, Inlluriirii, Honrarlica,
Croup, llroiirlilll'H liirlilrnt Coii
aum,llii, nn,l for llsr Hrllrf
In nilviinml alnKrn
of Ihr .Hariisr.
This Is a remedy so uiilversnlty known to surpass any oth
er for the cure of throat and blitg uomplalnts that It is use
less here to publish the evidence of its I Irtiles. Its unrliialliil
exctllence for coughs and colds, and Its truly wonderful cures
of pulmonary dis"use, have made It known throughout the
civilized natluns of the earth,. Few are the communities, or
even fimilii'S, among them who have not some la-rsonal ex
jierknce of Its effects, some living trophy In their midst of Its
victory over the subtle and dangerous disorders of the t)iro,it
and lungs. As all know the dreadful f.tallty of these disor
ders, and ns they know, too, thu tffirts or this remedy, we
need not do more than to assure them that It has now all the
llrtues that it did hare when making tho cures which have
won so strongly Uxn the conndence ol mankind.
I'rrpiirr.l by J. CAVER 4c CO.. Losvrlt.Ma.
"rjNivnitsAi. couon iii:mi:iy I
nut i;vi.nr i-f.riKH op
WHOOl'IXG AXI) COMMOX COUGHS,
a .1 D
THE JUSTLY CELEl.ItATED
TOJU ANODYNE !
THE Git EAT XEUHALGIC ltEMEDY!
lin iDAtTED TU AIL
I'artlniliirly llint or Nsttoiin Hriifliirlir.
fPHKSE Vai.uaiii.k and Kkliari.k I'iuipara-
JL thus now living Introduced intoour State an.1 the couu
try, are sustained by the in.l rtllsble testimonials, an.1 pre.
parol by the strictest liws In Pharmacy.
To P!i) sirlan, liealtr, or Invalid, e ask that you evamlne
the eireulirs. ahleli 1n.1v be fouud vrith all dealers t and we
do dot hesitate to declare that jou will llnd them worthy of
your connueiiee. 11 is ti,u firterininatlon or the proprietors
10 piii'iiKitnouc out rtnaoie le.iunoniais, aim inevery depart
inrnt to I111 Ite rigid inquiries, that we mav hare all the con II
deuce due iltscn Ing prepirations.
"PRICKS WJT1IIN IIK.VCII Ol' ALL."
J. W. IIUXNIIIVLLL k CO , 4,6, and 8, Commercial
11 nan, iiosion, neutral Agents.
nKOIIOK IICNXIAVKLI, US Water Street, Sole Agent
ior .us 1 lira.
Cnder the special supervision of JOHN L. llfNNKWIXL
Chenil.t an I Pliarmscetitlit, to whau dln-ct all communica
tions. I. N. THORN', A Vint for Lrattlelioro, VU Also for sale by
i'eaiirs eierywuiru. i)a
OK A NEW KVttl.AXI) COI.O.W OF
MECHANICS ANI TIIA DEKN.
IS Till UTiTE OF
MKSSO V It I.
A Inrp Irnctof f.rtUUnl hn ?n louglit, sltuntM In
NOKTIIKHN MlSSUfKI, Imm-.liaUlj- on the lUnnlhal al
ci, joftt-jm itAtinnui, o nines ?t$i or tn city or el jom-ii,
the tirarrst w.Int on the KIour. Klveri 151 miles wot oi
llannlhal, on th MIUi!ppl, and "fSO mtW n"rthwet ot Si
.Uuii havinjr dully communication by tclrjrniph and cars.
wun earn 01 im-ne ciues,
In thv fame UtUu1e alth I'hlladeh'hU. It has n mild
healthy rlimal. iri'iitly rolllnir i.rarie kihI limlwr lands, with
a dct-p, rlrh and juMsIurUw toil, an alundanceof pure waur,
wo.nI and coal, clay fur hrick, aud rock fur lime and other
Imil'llnjr urM(-4, Com i -Mm I railroads and narltraMe rl vers
connt-ct it diriTtly witti a I Ui markets north, vast and south
and with the Cimmerce ot the world. It 1a In the heart t,
that (Treat irikluclnK region which supplies the lmni:ie de
maim irom rwanzas, rikt i l eak, l tan. ."New .tiexiCu ai:
Indniduals nd Families, or Associations of ittlur. can
now hare p.wd fmts fur tu-ttleroent at low prices, ami on ac-
conimauatKiir vrtn m pjmem, uircuiars oMUininK mil
paruciurs, um a map vi northern Missouri, nro gratuitous-
Apply to GEO. S. II A Kit IS. Aernl,
Union Ituildintr. K ium No. 7.
40 gTATki br.t llOSTUS, MiM,
Messrs. J. K. Thaytr ft Urotlier, Boston.
J. M. KorlK-s ,V Co.,
" II. II. Mil anew ell, K., " 3m9
It Iin ilic coiiflilrncr of llir 1VojIc!
THE AVAUIIEG AN
SALT IiHICUM KEMEDY!
For the Entire Extermination tf Vile, Scald Head
thapued or Cracked llandi, Vhitblaine and all
other Son'tbrtlt CutanrouM Eruption',
XO IHJKKING ! NOilUMm.'C. !
It sells on Its merits or not at all. Has ennd Is curing,
and will cure every casecf alt Rheum, fur which It has liven
or is used according to directions, lie refer our friends to
Midtcinc Dealer In every town, wbire the RSMSlir can be
found and a "VI auregan Oaiettc," giving full iartlculars of It.
rmci: 25 t rsTS pkr iiox.
Non genuine without the signature or fac(lmlte of
13. 30. WUlard
Orders should be addressed to W1LLARII k IlOTClliiltS,
For sale by Joseph Clark, I. N. Thorn. Rratlltlioro t Wm
M. Lndd, Claremont, N II. t Kimball Hamlin Charlestown,
3.11.) Lilward A. 11 arener, 11 luilsorl and by countrw Mer
chants generally. oinss
TOWN ACKNTS IN VKIIMOXT,
The well established Importing house of CHAS. IIU'KMAN
83 Frotstrect, New York, has made extensive sale of the
best description of pure Wiues und I.bUors to Town Agents
lu this cutlet jusny earning uy tne cnaracter ot the gooiti
sold a reputation for selling only pure liquors and at reason.
able prices, which fact should not huorertookeil by those who
are required by lsw to purchase aud sell none but genuine
Application ror floods may bo made to CHAS. RACK
SUN, 83 Front-it., New York, or lo hll Agents, WM, W,
1IRKW. WM. 11. KRWIN and TII03. ELLIS, who are
thorlzcd lo lollclt orderi.
Reference may lie made In regard to the character nnd
standing of the Houses and to the lupcrlor quality of the
EDWARD HL'NOEIIFORD, Pror. of Chemistry, U. V. M.
8. W.TIIAYER, M. D., Dean of Sled. Faculty, U. V. M.
W. OARPKNTIH, M 1)., Professor do., U. V.M.
1. T. PIERCE. Agent. Uurlington.
JA9. MITCHIXL, Commissioner Chittenden County
W. II. II IIRH1IIAM,
II. II. THOMAS,
CHESTER SPENCER, do.
A. II. I1ILV011E,
11. II. II0VT.
April 30, 1859. 117
IIOV LOST, HOW ItKSTOIlKD,
Julf rul ithtd, in a Sc led Envelope,
ON TIIK NATURE, TREATMENT AND
Radical Cure of SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal
YVeakneis, Sexual Peblllty, Nerviminess and Involuntary
Emissions, liiclulog Impotency and Mentaland Physical In.
lit ROD. J. CULVERWELL, M. D.,
ufao' of (Ai "Green Boo," 4 c.
The world-renowned author, tn this Admirable Lecture,
clearly proves from his own evidence that tho awful conse.
nuences of self-abuse may bo effectually removed without
Medicine and without danKcrous Surreal operations, bougies,
Instruments, rliiits or conlials) piiIntlnK out a mode of euro
at oneo certain and effectual, by a hlch every sufferer, no mut
ter what his condition may be, may euro hlmselr cheaply,
privately and radically. This Lecture 111 prove a boon to
thousands and thousands.
Seut uuder seal to any address, pott paid, on tha receipt
of two postaKO sumps, by addressing Dr. Cll. J. G.KLINE,
SI. 1)., 40 Rlrsl Avenue, New York, Post llox 4580. Iy2
'HO RENT, A DESIRABLE TENEMENT.
J Intjulroof K. BUIlDriT.
llrattleuoro, Jan. Ilea. 2
;ui: is run
1 Is A C Ti
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE ?
WHERE YOU CAN BUY IT OIIEAPEBT.
LOOK AT TIIK rntrna Foil WHICH IT CAN HE
HOUGHTON & BLAKE'S.
White Granite Tea Setts, 30 pieces, 11.00
Do Do Do best quality and style, 1.29
Do Dining Plates, 10 Inch, per Do., Do
Do Breakfast do 0 Inch, per Dot., Do
Do Tea do 8 Inch, iT Dox., Do
Ilo Pie do 7 Inch, ier Hot., Do
Do Sauce do 6 Inch, per Dot., Do
Do Cup do 6 Inch, per Dm., Do
Do Unhandled Coffee Cups fc Saucers iicr sett,
Do Handled Do
BLUE EDGED PLATES, 0 Inch, tier down,
Do 10 Inch, per dozen,
KEROSENE OIL LAMPS, (Improved)
GOOD COMMON TU3IBLERS, er iloxcn,
Anil citlicr CJooiIa nt l'rlcca hi I'roporlloil.
WIIIT13 O II AN 1T13 WAHE
CONSISTS IIP THE
and other patterns, whllo we. arc constantly adding new
styles to our assortment.
OUR WARE IS OF THE BEST QUALITY TO BE FOUND.
OUR STOCK 13 LARGE AND COMPLETE
Y, It. Just received an elegant assortment of
WITH r-ATKXT RrRRI.RS.
We Invite the attention of buyers.
HOUniITON& 11 LAKE.
No, 0 Untnlte lict nyp. IlraUleboro' House.
1860 SPRING CAMPAIGN, i860
NEW SPUING GOODS
IIOUfiHTON & DLAKE'S.
We are now ivcelrlng a splendid assortment of
FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS,
RICH DRESS OOOD, MLICS, DOMMTICS, SlIEETINOS,
DENIMS, CRASHES, Ac.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, &c,
A larger stock than ever.
CROt'KEIir A, GLASS WARE,
TAHI.U Cl'Tl.KUV, A-c, Jcr,
IlemerolaT this Is the place to buy your floods cheap
Plense call and see.
HOUGHTON &. BLAKE.
No. 0 Oaiairi How, opiosite IlraUleboro House.
i: W SIMUXO GOODS
PRATT, WRIGHT & CO.'S
Moii'a and t oyf
We Itave Just rf iTed an elf gant tk of
CLOTIIS.CASSIMEIIES & VESTINGS,
Wch we aru jurpared to male loto COATS, PANT3 and
VK3TS la a u per lor manner. We Inrlte ALL to call and
examine our itock, I'kate rvmemlHT our mottt,
"QUICK SLF.S AND SMALL 1'IIOFITS."
vi nam it-so ox hssd
A COMPLETE STOCK O i'
READY - MADE CLOTHING
of oar own matiuTacture,
PAKTICULARLY ADATTEU TO THE COMING SKA SON',
Alo, a Fine Slock of
, FUHNISI-IINGr GOODS,
WHICH CONSISTS IS PABT OP
SHIllTS, C01.I A113, CRA AT?, SCARFS, TIES, IIPKF2.
OL0VKS, HUSIEUV, UMllltEI.LAS, TUI'.NKS, '
TRAVELLING PAQS, VALISES,
All who wish a NO. 1 PHI RT made to order can get It ot
us at short notlee, cut hy the lst pattern that has been
patented In this country, ami made In thc best manner and
warranted to fit.
PRATT, WRIGHT & OO.
No.'i 2 3 Granite Mock, Main Street,
XEW SPKIAT. DRY GOODS,
O. 33. AUSTIN'S,
CORNER MAIN k ELLIOT STREETS,
LADIES WILL FIND A SPLENDID AS
lortmcut of new
SI MIS, SHAWLS,
nml DRESS GOODS,
of the latest styles and In all of the new fabrics of the season.
iHlMlAlli;, 1 Al.l.IS Ul 9, l-UUlir, UllKVKllY,
FRENCH, ENGLISH ! AMERICAN HUNTS,
IllllLLIA.NTS, WHITE OOOIIS,
K.MIIKilIllKHIla k TRIMMINGS,
GLOVES ti HOSIERY.
BLEACHED k DROWN COTTONS,
TICKINGS, DENIMS, MULLS,
FUNNELS, QUILTS, TAIILK COVERS,
LINEN DAMASKS, DIAPERS, CRASHES,
WOOL BLANKETS. '
Rest makes of
And our usual assortment of
THREAD STORE GOODS,
all of which ws solicit an early examination of
Corner Main and Elliot Streets.
Brattlehoro, 1800.-1, O.K.AUSTIN.
j n w n 1j n v .
Our nrrnngement nro now tortiptcto for mnklnjr. to
order AM. tliodcslnible patterns of HAlIt JKWHMIY.
rcrsona having Hnlr Hint tlicy wish to prcscrvo can
bo SUllI". of receiving tho saino Hnlr I Ikklt iuiawed
or AltRA.Nor.il IN ANY STYLE TIIEV DKMIIE, nil J tllO
MIIL'.NTISOS of tllO FINEST COLll.
Wo tnko great pnlna with this ilepaftmcnt nf our
buln-ss ns 0001) TASTE & GOOD WOIIK mint
both bo ctnploycil or tho ilcslreit tnil Is not nccom
Tho list of articles nnnufucttircil and of nhlch wo
hnro patterns cornprlso
IMNH, KAIl JI'5VEI,S,
VKST CHAINS, GUARD CHAINS,
CHATAtiAINS, RINGS, CUOSSKS,
A variety of
CHARMS, KKYN SEALS, tic, tic,
mnktng In till over tiiiii.k iii'.miiii.ii vauieties op
btyleh. Iii a slnglo sett ol Jewelry of eotno styles wo
nro enabled to uso THIRTY-TWO kinds cf Hair.
Ou.i- usual largo Stoolt
UT EVERT STYLE IX OCR LIXE.
CIIASK ti TIIII'I'.
Brattleboro, Feb 10, 1500.
i i c : . . a
p.; tn n
?! E O .
- n o o-
1 3 So" 3 Fg
.ipy- n o y, 'U
s i c. a -.r-i
p t - r-1 ts.
1 5" k '
5 2 m '
No. 1 tO rnnito H-o-csry,
The lAilies of Brattlelioro1 anil vicinity are apprised of
the opening, this day, of SPRING O0ODS, consisting of an
entlnly NE1V STOCK of
HOUSE FUHXISHIXG GOODS,
ur ETEKT l)SCRIPTK5.
LADIES' CLOTHS & PARIS SACKINGS,
WATCH SPRINGS SKIRTS,
LICES, Ac, Ite.
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS,
ONE PRICE ONLY.
O. J. I'KATT.
Water Curo ,
AT HUATTLEBOUO, VT.,
"T7"ILL BE READY F0H TIIK RECEPTION OF PA
T I tlenU on or before the In of March, next. It will W
cvn-lucUtl exprwljr Tor Uie leacflt of invatidi whoe atten
tion Is called to the follow In 5 farts:
1. The entire raana;ement and control will be In the hand
of the PiiTsfcus.
2. Those raluabte and highly successful adjuncts, "Tub
Movehcnt Oi'Rit" and ELKcraieiTr will be use.1 In all cases
where rojulml, especially in Pntnal Complaints and Female
3. The number of Inmates twing limited, the grvntcut care
and attention will be bestowed on every cas.
4. ' None but pittenti beln? received, the EtablUliment
em and will be carried on with the quiet and decorum ot a
6. Patients will have the advantage of the extensive
grounds contiguous Ui the House, fur exercise and recreation.
As se viral rxnnsnre already engaged,an e.vrly application
will be necessiry to secure a choice. Addrets
5 C. 11. I1LACKALL, M. I).
LOOK A.T THIS!
Tho Subscriber is still nt tlioolj jtanJ. Opposite the
Post Oflice, where ho Invites all who arc In wnnt of
any kind of
Printing for Wcdilings, Halls, Parties See., done In
the most fashionable stylo, and nt Short Notice
Also receives orderi for Copper I'iato Printing Spec
imens of which can bo seen nt my olllcc.
Dont forget tho place,
OPPOSITE THE POST OI'FICi:,
01:0. k. si:i,u:ck,
A T S
Sprlnji Styles of mtS3 HATS, BOrT HATS, iiCAl'S, Just
Trrsons loooUlnn for a covering for their head III do well
to call at No. 4 III, u;t:'3 WICK. You ran nn.1 met rssn
loaiBts GOODS, GOOD ASI0aTMKST,Bml I'KICESTHAT WILL
DA1IBFI Kl tllV ONE.
Call and see for yourself.
U. W. LEWIS,
IlraUleboro, April 19, 1800. 15
17011 SAI.K, A DESIItAllLK FAltM,
. lying over West Illver. Knqulreof
O. MlL.LEIl.on the premises,
llratlleboro, March 1,1860 10
Git A N O O l 13 N I N O
is o v it i' v o iit I i
U11ATTTI iBI3 OHO'
Flour 3 1 o x o .
FROST & flOODIIUK
arc receiving direct from th Milts nnd will be- constantly
supplied with the satnfl
IIOO Mil., the cclcbiatoit City Mills, best In markcl
300 " "Superior," "Marine," and Howard Mills, Dou.
bio Extra Ohio,
OOO Pundai fc OrccnfliM Mills, Double Ex. Canada.
300 " Cambridge, Double Extra and Extra Canada.
gOO " Atlas Mills, " " " Michigan.
Tliry tirr nlo C.rliitltiitf n miprrlnr iirltrto
ort-'loitt' from Ilic liral Wliltc Wliritl.
RYE FL'JER, I1UCKWIIEAT Fl)L'R,
GRAHAM, RYE .MEAL,
CORN MEAL, FEED, io
Merchants nnd others In want of Flour In any quantity wll
no well to call as w cannot bo undersold
At tho Old Stand of
FItOST & GOODHUE.
We are now receiving tho LRGiaT,CIIKAPISTfc DI3T
STOCK OF GOODS, In our line, ever offered fur sale In this
SL'OARS, MOLASSES, fc SYRL'PS.of all Hti.il
l riAB nest iiiiur.rs uiMuii.-i, a large stockl
COFFElil Whole ami I'nro (Jrcjmi.l)
SPIUIS Fresh and Pure, of all klnds
FRUITS fc Nl'TS Foroiim and Domestic)
Ol I Sperm, Solar and Whalet
IIURNINO FLUID fc KEROSENE)
FISH of all kinds)
Hnltrr, Chrrar, Ka. I.nril. Hniiia, Tripe,
.st.if-a. 1-uiiiif.i-aT r.iiriy s rurill turn, vc.
nlla,fJln4, ConlilK', I'll rm IllxToola,
Tolifirco, Sontsa, tic., &c.
rr Ail orderi f.r any article usually kept In a first class
grocery store, at wholesale ur retail, pnnnptly answered and
goods warranted. FROST & GOODHUE.
April 4 11
GRASS SKKOS, fi:rtimzkrs,
1 rXf) IIUSHKLS PRIME NORTHERN
X'JVJ HERDS GRASS SEED,
100 Bushels t.rlme RED TOP SEED.
6000 Bushels CLOVER SEED.
Northern and Western GARDEN SEEDS of all kinds and
tn any rjuantity.
? ions I'l-roli i;rouml l'lnatrr.
HI lolla Mil ttrn Xllroirriilvf-.l Simi-r I' Imu
ihnlr of l.iiiir for iat, of which we are Agents.
s. ron uu isour .vii'iil, &c, at wholesale aud Retail,
FROST & OOODHUE.
TKAS COITKES, A;c.
CHESTS NEW GREEN AND TEAS
JJtt every grade, better, at l.resent nrleea than ran Iim
PLI1K GROUND COFFEES of all kinds) also, M hole do.
SPICES all kinds Warranted Pure and Fresh Ground.
expressly for Mir trade.
Also, FANCY O110CERIES or every description, Just re
April 4 II
ALT! SALT I! SALT!!
3000 TtiiahrlaTiirkM lalniui Snll
lOOIIntf, t.lilou rlnrSiiItl
100 Ilnca Miiraluiira Fine Snll;
200 linn. C. Fine- Sail)
SOOO llniia Uroiiml Rock Snltl
AT WIIOLWALE AND RETAIL,
Aprltl. FROST fc OOODnUE.
NUFF AND TOI1ACCO.
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trrAM-AUU IlKANDS l'LUO TOBACCO,
ANTI-NKUVOCS SMOKINO TO li AC CO, In 10 lb. boxei,
a tkw article, rtrj fine ami cheap, at wholesale and retail.
Ar-ril 4. FROST k GOODHUE'S.
H.0ST tc GOOD 11 UK are Agents for the tale of
E. H. TINKER Sc CO'S
SPOKTINQ AND U L A i T I N O POWDER.
The trade miplled at manufacturera' prlcei.
A1o tftzilt fur the sale of H At' LTV FUSK.
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN PATENTS
R. 1L EDDY,
SOLICITOR OF PATENTS,
Late Agent or V. 3. Patent Office, Washington,
(under the Act cf 1837.)
70 Stntc Slrerlf oppoallr KIlby Street,
AFTEU AN EXTENSIVE PRACTICE OP Up
wards of twenty years, continues to secure Patents In
the United States also In Great Britain, France and other
foreljrn countries. Caveats, Specifications, Bonds, Assign
menu, and all Papers or Drawings for Patents, executed on
hlteral terms, an I with despatch. Researches made into
American or Foreign works, to determine the alidlty or utili
ty of Patents or Inventions and legal or other advice ren
derrd In all matters touching the Fame. Copies of the claims
of any Patent tarnished by remitting One Dollar. Assign
ments recorded at Washington-
The Agency Is not only the largest In New England, but
through It lnrentrs have advantages for securing Patents,
of ascertaining the patentability of Inventions, unsurpassed
by, if not Immeasurably superior to, any which can be offered
them elsewhere. The testiminlals lelow given proie that
none Is MORE SUCCESSFUL AT TIIK PATENT OFFICE
than the subscriber; and as SUCCESS IS THE BEST PROOF
OF ADVANTAGES AND ABILITY, he would add that he
has abundant reason to lUleve, ami can prove, that at no
ether effice of the Vlnd are the charges for professional ser
vices so moderate. The Immense practice of tte subscriber
during iwrnty years past, lias enaweti tiim to accumulate a
va collection ot specmcations and oincui decuions relative
to pa tints.
These, besides bis extensive library of legal and mechani
cal works, .ml full accounts of imfnts cranted in the t!nlted
States ami Euroje, render him able, bejon.1 question, to of-
ikt un.njr lacuiiiea ior nutainiag raients.
All necessity of a journey to Washington, to procure &
patent, and the usual great delay there, are here saved In
I resrard Mr. M Iy as one of the mott capable and suc-
ceufut practitioners with whom I have had official inter
course. CHARLES MASON,
Commissioner of Patents.
"I hive no hesitation In assuring Inventors that they can
not employ a person more competent and truttworthy, and
tnoro cjpableof putting their applications In u form to fecuro
for them an early and favorable consideration nt the Patent
Oflice." EDML'ND BURKE,
Late Commissioner of Patents.
"Boutojt, February 8, 185S.
Mr R. It, K-My has made for me Till UTKKN applications,
on all but ovb of which patents have been granted, and that
Is now pending. Such unmiiUlteable proof of great talent
and ability on his part Icids me to recommend nil Inventors
to apply to him to procure their patents, as they may be sure
of Imvimc the most faithful attention bestowed 011 their cases,
and at viry reasonable charges," JOHN TAUUART.
From Sept. 17th, ISM, to June 17th, ISM, the subscriber,
tn course of his large practice, made 011 twic rejected appli
cations SIXTEhN APl'EALS, EVERY UN E of which was
dtcided In hltfaior by the CommUsloncr of Patents.
R. II, EDDY.
Boston, Jan. 1, 1660, 1)0
TIIK PEItt'ECT MKI.ODKON
WITHOUT AN EQUAL.
Alsiost tjveky Mail from
ntjv-SJB wi" ueur uriugi iuus some new ey
1 CjTjJ i'lnce ol the graat favor and growl ntf
f-jgjEjg'J I popularity or this beautirut instrument,
' t-Vand abundant testimonials are con
stantly reach t us pr vhi? conclupirely that no other Heed
I ti t rumen t contatns m nnny excellencies as the PEllFECT
Ml'. LOU EON WITH JUSK l)AUPfcR iNU HlBMUSlO ATTACD
MKT, The Harmonic Attachment Is the mo?t valuable vt modern
lmproemnts by it the jwwer of the Instrument Is doubled
w itheut ihcreaslK its size or the numbt r of Het ds.
Our xewlt n t.MKD UAUMONIU OHO AN fur CnnuiiE?,
Cdsccrt uud LttTCRk IhiOMs has yrcater capacity andpoit'
er than any other Instrument made In the Country, consider
Injr the price.
It IS YAM MORS RIUfLC And hTSi I.UBLK TO GET OCT Or
obheh than other Heed Orpnns,
It contains only n i r as mant nzvns as other instruments
of the same jnmer, and consequently not half thk Mpixsi
to Weep in tune.
It hns a fine powerful PEDAL HASP, with HEEDS discon
nected with the other pnrt of the Instrument.
Another entire new feature lu the Slelodeon enten-rlseis
the PATENT 11AHP, or PIANO ATTACHMENT, to the Mc
lodeon. This U precisely what Its name Indicate, a rnuMNATiot or
Tint MKIAJDKON and PIANO FOKTE, and meits precisely
the wants ani desires of a larpe class who hnve long been
aniout f see the two Instruments combined in Mi.lopeo(
fcirK. In tills unique Instrumuif tho ilKLODFONtor 1'IANO,
may Ihj playcil separately or combined, prmlucinp an effext
unknown t'i any other instrument, and must le heard to be
a pprt elated.
Wo hare arrangement with pome of the U'st Tiano Makers
lo receive from them repularly 1 I A E O S of the very best
fiudlity which will be sold at le s than Itoaton prices.
Also, PIANOS and MhLOPP.ONd to hlnt.
All Instruments warranted and sent to any part of tht
country at our risk
KSTF.V & GUKKN.
Brattleboro, Yt., Pec. 8, 4859. ID
O C II K S T K U F L O U II !
Just rocelreil nnd For Sal, by the subscriber, (0 llbls. douUa
eitra Knmlly Flour. F. II. FfcSSKNUKN.
April 21, I860 16
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