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THE BlilND MEN AND TUB ELEPHANT.
JL HINDOO FAMI.E !!V JOHN O. 8AXB.
It wu six ram of Indomtiin,
To learning mnch Inclined,
Who went to (oe the clcrlmnt,
(Though all of them were blind,)
That each by observation
Might satisfy hl inhul.
The first nppronchcil the elcphnnt,
And happening to fill,
Apilnst hi' broad nnil sturdy ilde,
At once begun to bawl I
"God ble mo I but ; the elephant
It very liko n wnlli"
The second, feeling of tho tuk.
Cried, "liol wlrnt havo wo bcro
So very round, nnd smooth nnd sharp?
To mo 'tis very quccri
Tho wonder of nn elephnnt
It very Ilka n spear 1"
Tho third approached tho nnlmal,
Ami happening to tnko
Tho fqulrmlnR tmnk within his hands,
Thin up nnd boldly spokot
"I tee," quoth he, "the elephant
Ii very liko n snake 1"
Tho fourth rencliod out hl eager hand,
And felt nbout tho kneoi
"WlmtTOost this wonderful benst Is liko
Is mighty plain," nuoth lie)
" 'TIs clear enough tho elephant
Is very liko n trcol"
Tho flflh who chanced to touch tho enr,
Said. "E'en the hllndct man
Can tell what lhl resembles most
Deny tho fact who can,
This marvel ol nn elephant
Is very liko n faul" ,
Tho sixth no sooner had begun
About tho benst to grope,
Than seizing on tho swinging tall
That fell within his scope,
"I sec," quoth ho, "tho elephant
Is very liko n ropol"
And so theo men of Indoostnn
Disputed loud and long,
Kach in Ills own opinion
Exceeding sthT nnd strong.
Though each was parti' In tho right,
And all wcro in tho wrong!
So, oft In tho theologlc wars
Tho disputants, I ween,
Rail on in vtter Ignornnco
Of what tho others mean,
And prate about an elephnnt
Not ono of them has seen !
TUB RAGGED SOLDIER.
Krom tho Student . nnd Schoolmate.
Just at tho close of the revolutionary war,
there was seen somewhere in one of the small
towns of central Massachusetts, n ragged and
lorlorn looking -toiuicr coming up tho dusty
street, lie looked about on the corn fields tns-
seling for the harvest, on the rich, bright patch
es of wheat for tho sickle, nnd on the green po
tato field, with curious eyes so at least thought
c fp . In I I..
iur. i unite, wnu wus wanting icisureiy oeiiiiiu
mm, going home irom the reaping to Ins sup
tier. The latter was n stout furmer, dressed in
home-made linen trowsers, without suspenders,
vest or coat, 'i'lie ragged -soldier stopped un
der the shade of n great sugar maple, and Mr.
Towno overtook him, and stopped also.
"Home from the wars ?" he asked.
"Just out of the Ilritish clutches," replied the
man, 'I've been a prisoner for years.' Ho re
joined suddenly, 'Can jou tell me who lives in
the next house, is it yours ?'
'No,' replied Tonne, 'Tompkins lives there.
That house and farm too belong to a comrade of
yours, as I suppose, his name was Jones, but
lie was shot at Hunker Hill, nnd his widow
The soldier leaned against the tree. 'What
kind of a man is he, I mean what kind of
people live there ? Would they be likely to let
a poor soldier have something to eat?'
'If Tompkins is out, you'd he treated first
rate there. Mrs. Tompkins is a nice woman,
but he is the snarliest cur that ever gnawed n
bone. He is a terrible surly neighbor, nnd he
leads her a dogVlife. She missed it marrjing
the fellow, but you see she had a hard time of
it with thefarm after Jones went off soldiering,
and when my son came back and said he was
dead he saw him bleeding to death on tho bat
tle field she broke right down, and this Tomp
kins came along and got into work for her, and
ho laid himself out to do first rate. He some
how got on thu blind side of all of us, and when
ho ottered himsell to her, I advised her to have
him, and I am sorry I did it. You had better
come homo with me. I always havo a bite for
any poor fellow that's fought for his country.'
'Thank you,' kindly returned the soldier, 'but
Mrs Tompkins is a distant a sort of old ac
quaintance. The fact is I used to know her
hrst husband, and I guess I will call there.'
Mr. Towne watched him as ho went up to the
door nnd knocked, and saw that he was admit
ted by Mrs. Tompkins.
'Some old sweetheart of hers, may be,' said
Mr. Towne, nodding to himself. 'He comes too
late ; poor woman, she has a hard row to hoc
now.' Then Mr. Towne went home to supper,
and we will go with the soldier.
'Could you give n poor soldier a mouthful to
cat ?' he asked. of the pale, nervous woman who
opened tue door,
she wiped her ejes with her white and blue
checked apron, and set with alacrity about pro
viding refreshments for the poor man, who had
thrown himself in the nearest chair, and with
his head leaning on his breast, seemed too tired
even to remove his hat from his face.
'I am glad to have yoif eat, nnd I would not
hurry you for anything,' she said in a frighten
ed way, but you will eat quick, won't you ? for
I exoect every moment he will bo in.'
The man drew his chair to the table, keeping
his hat on his head, ns though he belonged to
the soxety of Friends, but that could not he,
for the 'frier ds' do nut go to tho wars. He ate
heartily of the bread and butter nnd cold meat,
and how long he was about it?
Mrs. Tompkins fidgeted. 'Dear Mel' she
said to herself, 'if, he only knew, he would not
be so cruel as to let lompkuiscomcm nnd catch
him here.' She went nnd looked from the win
dow, uneasily : butuho soldier gave no token
of his meal coming to nn end. Now ho is
pouring vinegar on the cold cabbage and pota
toes. 1 can't ask him to tako those awav ii.
his hand. Oh, dear, how slow ho is I has' not
tho man any teeth ?' At last she said, mildly,
'I am very sorry to hurry you, sir, hut couldn't
you let me spread some bread and butter, and
.cut some slices of meat, to tako away with you.
My husband will use abusive language to you,
if no finds you here.'
Before the soldier could reply, footstens were
heard on the door-stono at the back door, and
a man entered. He stonncd short, and looked
at the soldier as a savage dog might look.
Then he hroko out in a roar between n growl
and a roar :
'Hey-day, Molly, a pretty pieto of business 1
What have I told you, time and again, nudam?
You'll find you had better mind your master.
And you, you lazy, thievinir vagabond, h.t mn
seo you clear out of my house and cut off of
my land a good deal quicker than you came on
IUU i vl.li v .
'Your houso! and your land!' exclaimed tlm
soldier, starting suddenly up, erect ami tall, and
dashinL' off his hat with a nuick. fierv vesture.
1 l!l. I.' 1.." f 'i T. ..
ills .eyes iiimicu imu ugimiing, unu ins lips
quivered with indignation, ns he confronted tho
astonished Tompkins. Tho latter was ofraid of
him. and his wife had uiven a sudden nervous
shriek when tho soldier first started to his feet
nnd threw off his bat, nnd bad sunk trembling
and half fainting in a cliair, Iur she recognized
You halnt any business to interfere between
mo and my wife,' said Tompkins, sulkily, cow-
.eu by the attitude oi tno soiuier.
'Your wife!' exclaimed tho soldier, with the
ivery concentration of contempt cxpressed in his
voice, and jiointing to him with an indignant
-'Who ero you V asked Tompkins, with nn air
'.My liusliand does not allow me to give any
thing to travelers,' she said, 'but 1 always feel
for the soldiers coming back, and I'll give you
tome BUliner if V0U Won't lm lnnir r-nllnn. il.' nnrl
'I am Harry Jones, sinco you nsk,' replied the
soldier, 'tho owner of this home and this land,
which you will leave this very hour I As for
Molly, softening his tone as ho turned to the
woman, now sobbing hysterically, 'sho shall
chooio between us.'
'O Harry I' sobbed she, whilo Thompson
stood dumb with astonishment, 'tako mo, save,
With one step he was at her side, holding her
In his arms. 'What did you mean, treating this
poor child so? Did you think, because shohnd
no earthly pro.cctor, that (hero was not a God
In heaven against you ?'
No man who Is cruel to a woman Is ever tru
ly brave, and Tompkins slunk aw ay liko a beat
The next day had not passed away before
cveiybody in the town knew thai Harry Jones
had como homo nlivo nnd well to rcscuo his
much enduring, patient wife from a worso con
straint than that of a Ilritish prison hut what
they all said, nnd what Harry said, nnd what
Molly felt, I must leave )ou to imagine, for
hero the legend ends.
"ALL yOOL3 OUT WEST".
Many years ago "all fools out West" was a
cant phraso to indicato a blunder which giooti
hands right out of tho heart of tho Hast, fre
quently made In Imagining that because tho sun
was behind them ns thev set their faces west
ward, that luminary must needs bo in the knap
sack on their own shoulders that they were
bringing all the light with them.
They had read llishop llerkcly's prophetic
lintt nbout 'iho stor of empire.' going West, un
til they fancied themselccs tho star 'bright par
ticular.' Thev had heard that Indians yet roam
the prairies of Illinois j that the inhabitants nro
divided into four classes: hunters, trappers,
savages, and human beings ; that wampum is
'legal lender,' and that children affectionately
kill their grandmothers.
And the most curious thing nbout tho whole
business is, that they believed it nil and believ
ed, too, that tho lamp they carried was borrow
ed of Diogenes, and revealed the man the cynic
vainly looked for, in the person of the bear
er. Wo confess that fifteen years ago, we should
ered the sun, caught up the lantern, nnd came
to the West with just these notions. It did not
take us long to find out that they had n day
hereaway every day. At last, some ill-natured
fellow asked us with a Winnchagoish leer, how
many people over fifteen jears of nge, there
were in Connecticut in 18 lo, who could neither
rend nor write.
Now you may judge how unkind this was,
when you know that our ancestors came from
tho State aforesaid, and that to us, 'brought up'
in the wilderness of Northern New York, the
sun seemed to rise from the bosom of that State
every morning when you know, too, that we
found the happy peoplo ho was inquiring after,
made n regiment of Dogberrys six hundred
strong 1 He could not have done an unkindcr
thing, without aking us nbout their cousins in
Northern New York, where we were horn, nnd
where, thanks to tho woods nnd hollow logs,
the census taker couldn't catch the ignorant
You may believe we left off swearing by the
Kast concluded to 'swear not at all,' and to
make ourself worthy to live in the West, if wo
could, and to let tho prario winds blow our sil
ly nirs away. We havo often wondered since,
that anybody forgave us for thinkinc wo had
entered upon 'missionary ground,' and for be
ing ausum enough to tell ot it( because bylook
ine in n mirror nnd about us. we discovered
that several of the 'fools out West,' lad not
been here a great while.
A well-known bird, that knocks importunate
ly upon tree-trunks, is said to bo the biggest
when first hatched. Il has its parallels among
featherlcss bipeds. We suspect ire were a fino
specimen ot till parallels, and cannot help
smiling when, now and then, we see little prools
that 'birds of a feather are yet tumbling out
from the same old nest. We havo 'a fellow
feeling' for them, and have often 'told our ex
perience, nnd counseled them, lor the sake ol
their own usefulness and happiness, to 'grow
small by degrees and beautifully less' as fast as
Many n man has come to Chicago in our day
with a thousand gifts to make! him useful, against
whom the doors of men's hearts were closed,
because he thought an oyster-knife good enougl;
to open them with.
The West is a glorious field wherein to labor,
if not to wait ; and he who toils earnestly ; who
outlives affectation; who does not carry any
old Anchises about upon his shoulders, will one
day deem it a joy of his heart, and the pride
of his life that he has bceu deemed worthy to
live and labor in the West. Northern lllin-
'And where was the man stabbed?' asked an
excited lawvcr o( a physician. 'The man was
stabbed about nn inch and n half to the left of
the medium line, and about an inch above the
umbilicus, was the reply. O, yes, ,1 under
stand now ; but I thought it was near the town
"A lass I nm no more," as the girl said when
sue got married.
TVriiSSIJLHOEFT WATHH CURE, Diut-
J 1 TLEUOHO, Vermont.
This Kstabllshmcnt, so widely known as the TIONKKR of
Water Cures In this country, I nowt hetur than ever pre
pared fur the reception of visitors, lUUnff heen unaMe to
Hccomni (date many who appll d for rooms iist year, the pro
prietor Iris added unother story to his front liulldlnsr, besides
making many other internal llnproteiucnts, which will great-i
y auu to toe coimon ana convinience or patients ami Hoard
ers. All letters addressed to the proprietor will receive prompt
attention. I'. 11. FRANCIS, t'rwrittor.
C. W. OltAU, M. D., Physician.
lion Ilichard Warren, N. V.
Hon. Oeorgo Kolloin, '
S. Shethar, Ki "
J 8. Thayer, Ks..,
Charles WOsch, , "
John A. Merke, Kc., i
(JuatAtus Kutter, l:sp, "
A. rVhnlenwlnd, Ksj ,
J. A. I'ulien, Km., "
Charles A. Clinton, Kn.,
lymls linesman, Ksrj.,
Chas. 0. Nazro, Ksq toston.
8. 11. Jones, PhlMelphla.l'a.
F. S. Draper, Esq., "
0. D. Hangs, Kso,.,
II. A. I'age, Ks., "
Henry SIM, l:si., N.O., La.
S. J. Adler, tUi,
den Chs. N. Rowley, "
J. D. DeLicroix, Ksq. "
J. 11. l'eabody, Danrers, Ms.
Franklin Upton, Danvers.Ms,
lion. II. Schlcl leu, Washing.
ton, II. C.
Geo. A. Ilalley, Ksq , Wash.
Initon. II. C.
Hon. II. Wilson, Wnshlngtoov
B. Francis. Cnmhrldge. Mass
I.. (1. Mead, Dr. lllggluson,
Frost to Goodhue, 1'hlllp
tttlls, Bauri lutlon,ll.
Clarke, D.in. Kellogg, Geo
lngg.'o.'c. Frost, li. I)J
Harris, J. I), llradley, K.
Klrkland, Chas. Chapln,
Chas. Warder. Rev. K. C.
Williams, Rer.G.f. Tyler,
inancs uummlngs, fos.
well Hunt, Frederick Hot
brook, II. C. Fisher.
T AWRENCE WATER-CURE and HOTEL
I J Hit ATTLKUOltO. Vermont.
'1 his delightful retreat will open, under cntirJ new aus
pices iur tue reception 01 visitors earty hi June,
KErsaENCKa im thk enr ok new voag,
A. Schincwlnd, esq , Gustavus Schwab, esq.,
Louis Grossman, esq., Charles Welsch, eM.,
Hlchurd II. llownc, esq., Alfred 8chermorhorn,csq.,
(1. O. Warren, esq., William llowne, esq ,
II. Wesendouk, esq., HetO-MuIn Collins, esq.,
Charles A. Clinton, esq., James Gray, esq.,
Julius Gollman, esq., Peter II. Sweeney.esn..
Hon. James K.Harvey, Washington t Major William Austin?,
u. . A J l. w ens, esq., liraimnoro, and Judge
For further Information address
M21 liruttlclKiro', Vt
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED
I a copartnership umler the Ann name of
WHR13LE R & Ol HSON, f.r the
purpose of carrying oti the tmtlneu of ll!ick sin .thing in fill
lUrlng mt'f'l a new ami commMIoui shop urnl rurnlihm
It with nvtr tools anil material', ami employing th bedt ntul
most cxiwrlcnoul workmen, we are prepared to accommodate
our friends and the pulllc witti any work usually done, In such
Particular attention will Im K.ven to BIIOKINO 'JI0KSK3
hy ono of the proprietors, and I) AVI l IUO ELOW, who has lu
a Urge experience In the hmlnesi, will Jo tlte OX-SIIOKINU.
rrCYHUNK l)KM13,whtl It veil known at one of the best
workmen In the country will snrwrlntcnJ ths Jobdixo Ii-
rXT-SA'yJ next to the American Jfvuse,
Ilrattkboro, June 1,1801 tt3
L A C K 8 M I T II I N G .
(Formerly ot Gutlford
has leased the HUcksmlth shop on Flattreet, llrattlrboro
latelr occupied by KVF.HKTT li ROQ F.RS. whore lieaUlrar.
rv on Illacksmlthlnir In all Its branches. His experience In
the business a arrauta him In salng that he can give the
best assurances that all kinds or wora will ie jwrrorroed In
faithful and satisfactory manner,
Particular attention given to 1I0K9K 8II0KIN11. Those
having horses with bail or contracted feet, caused by bad
shoeing are Invited to give ine a call an I have had a targe
cxrlence in such rases and have given satisfaction.
O- l'rli-r-llriliircl. Horse Bhoelug, 1,00 I 0
Shoeing, 92.00, and other worn in proportion. Ail aim
of JU1I WORK done cheap for ready pay.
. Bhop open for work from 0 o'clock A.M.,toT P.M.
Q. W. 1IARNHV,
May 8, 18l.-6oi23
ntosT & :ooiiiul',
(AT Till! OLD 8TANII,)
WILL CONTINUE, AS HK1U2TOF01U5,
to keep the Lftfgcit nnd Freshest Stock ot
(IHOOKniia. F LOU It,
I'RODUCK ami VI10VI8ICNS
to bo found In the country.
CT Their Store U the II RAH QUAllTKIlS for Cf cry Uitnirln
their line aI they will endcarr to merit a continuance of the
large trait e tfhtch they hare had In ycart pait.
At tho old stand or
KIIOST Si GOODHUE.
We are aewreeelvlnir, the LAMIKST.CHEArKSTai DST
tTTOCK Ot GOODS, In our tine, ever offered for laloln this
SUGARS, M0I.A8SK.S, fc BYItuTS.of all klmli
TKA8 lleiUlllKKN & IILACKr?, alargo stockl
COt'rKKS Whole anil Van Oroundl
Bl'ICKi Fresh and Van, of all kinds I
ritUITS k NUT8 Foreign and Domcillc
Oil. Sperm, Bolar ami Whalol
IIUIININO FI.UIB li KKllOSkNEl
FISH of all klndll
llillter, Ctirrnr, Kgli., Imr! Urmia, Trtic,
AppiPR, I'oiniorn, vrliriftliirNf c. inll,
'l'obncco, Non, Sic, Sic
17 Alt orders tor any article usualtr kent In a first class
grocery store, at wholesale or retail, promptly answered and
goods warranted. FIIOST It QOODHUK.
llllATTI.KIIOIK) FI.OUR STORE.
We are now bcstnnlnr to receive our stoc of KXTRA and
COMMON I1KANDS of tWVll direct from Mills anil Hill
supply the trade as usual at lowest prices.
ritusi K UUUU1IUK.
lOtoas Mates' Vhospliatc Lime)
i u iniia i;oc's rnospnaic umc)
1 0 tuna Toudreltci
50 touts Ground l'lastir)
For sale by FROST (t G30D11UK.
rpEAS, COFFEES, &c.
6 CIIF3TS NKW mtF.K!f and RLACK TKAS,
oi every grade,
better, at present prices, than can be bought elsewhere.
1'tIRl! GROUND COFFEFS of all kinds) also, Whole do.
Sl'lCKS all kinds Warranted Pure and Fresh Ground.
apressly for our trade.
Also. FANCY" OllOCKltlKS of orcrr descrlnllon. lust re
FROST K GOOUIIUK.
ALTI SALT 11 SALT 1 I
UOOO Itu.lirl., TiirliM Ulnlid Snll)
lOO lliiKa Axlilou FlurSnltt
lOO llim Mnralinir Fiiir Snlt;
!!()() Iliina C. Kino Snllt
2000 linitaUruiiiul llorkSall)
AT WI10LK3ALB AND RKTA1L,
April 2S. FROST k OOODHUK.
NUFF AND T0DACC0.
LORRII.l.ARD'9, MACCAROY, and SCOTCH SNUFFdt
STANDARD URANUS I'LUG TOIlACCOl
ANTI-NKHVOL'8 SMOKING T011ACC0. In 10 ll. boxes.
a new article, very flue and cheap, at wholesale and retail,
April 25. FROST & OOODHUh'S.
pOWDERI POWDER ! !
HtOST k OOODHUK aro Agents for the sate of
K. U. TI.VKKIl & GO'S
I'ORTINO AND 11 L A S T I N (1 POWDER.
The trade supplied at manufacturers' prices.
Also agents for the sale ot SAF1.TY iXSV.
SOO Rushcls herds Grass Seed)
7 . no vt eslern Hover reed )
150 do Premium Red Top do 1
at Wholesale and Retail, by FROST k G00D11UF..
llrattletHiro, Aprl 0, mri. 11
T33 W JiajRY STOItE.
CHANDLBH &. DAVENPORT,
1ST o. a 231xlx. o'a Bloolt,
WOULD AGAIN CALL THE ATTEN
tlon of their customers and all others wishing to pur
chase FLOUR, GKOCEKIKS,
Oto their stock of goods,
Among a hlch may be found a choice lot of
SUGARS AND MOLASSES.
TEAS, COFFEES, AND Sl'ICES,
T0HACC0 AND CIGARS ;
FRUITS, NUTS. CANDIES, SOARS j
OILS, FLUID, KEROSENE, eve, &c.
All of which will ba sold at low prices, atwholcsalo or retail,
CIIA.N1H..UII tz DAVKNl'OllT.
Brat'.lelwo, July 2t5h, 1801,
ILOUR ALL GRADES ALWAYS ON
I. liaul direct from the mill, for sale by
CHANDLKR & DAVENPORT.
July 24th, 1881.
Q ALT ! SALT ! TURKS ISLAND, ASH.
ion's rme, 9Iarstitirs Fine, coarse flue,
201b , 10!u. and 61b. Hags,
U For sale Wholesale or Retail,
CHANDI.11R k DAVKNPORT.
July 25th, 1801.
T Conilitliiir of
Wooilcn and Stone Ware, Druilies. Feather Duitcrs, Hrooms,
luup, Ulii. lunt, KCs, A
CHANDKKU k DAVKNrt)RT3.
July 2Mb, 1661.
I7ISIL CODFISH, MACKEJU3L, SAL-
1 .nn.. Hl.-.l ll-llll..., Ill.. !. Jrn
Forsaleby 'CUANDKKR Ii DAVF.NP0RT.
July 25th, 1801.
fPHE DOWNER KEROSENE OIL CO.
JL are now ready to supply their STANDARD II.LUMI
MATING Oil., at llrilut-rtl I'rl.c. OOlce
3XTo. 70 Wator Stroot,
Ngia ijBiair SQciat, 1I0STON,
BEAUTIFULLY COLORED, (iiiriminB
everything that has yet been before the public from the
Photographic art. Alio,
1.1 ALt.TIII.llt VAtMKTIF.S,
AMRRO k aiFXANOTYPRl
The l.lrrtKR l'll(IT0nitAl'!l,1liror (l.all atone sltnlagi
PHOTOGRAPHS FOR 11USINES9 VISITING CARDSl
MINIATURES BET IN RINGS, PINS ! WCKETS)
Copying and Enlarging from Old Pictures I
DOtfl IT SHORT SOTICt OX Till MUST IICA30SABH TIBM3, AT
Nn. 2 (irnnlln IllocUt
Dctng the most coinptcto rsUhllshment of the kind In the Btate,
(J. II. IIOUOIITON, Operator.
Ilrattlcltoro, Vt., Oct. 25. trw
T1IK PI3UFECfr MKI.ODKON
WITHOUT AN EQUAL.
Almost kvi:uy Mail from
far and nenr hrlnps to us sormriVTr ct
Idcnco ol the Brunt favor and trrowtni
floiularIty of this bcntitirul Instrument,
and ahundnnt testimonials arc con
stnntly reaching us pr-vlnjr concluMvtly thiit no other Ileed
Instrument contnlns so many txctllenclcs as the rf.UFKCT
MKUUiKON with IUhe Hamtsr and IIahmo.mc Attach
The Itarmonlo Attachment Is the moil valuahle of modern
Improvements hy It the power ff the Instrument Is doubled
TTilhout Increasing Its sire or the number uf Huds.
Uur KKnLT ixvENTinllAKMONIC OUU AN for Ciukci.ks,
Coscert and LrcrrHK ItitnMB has greater capacity and pow
er than any othtr Instrument made In the Countrrjcontlilcr
Itijr the price.
It Is FAR MOFIE SIMPLE ftnd LF.3S ttADLt TO GLT OUT Of
uitneii than other llecd Org.ui".
It contains only half ah uast rkrdi ns other Instruments
uf the same power, and consequently not half thk kxtissb
to keen In tune.
It has n fine powerful TKIUTj IIAS1. with UKED3 discon
nected with the other part of the Instrument.
Another entire new feature In tho Melod'on enterprise Is
the lUTKNT HAlUor PIAXO ATTACH MKNT, to the Me
ludenn. This Is precisely hat Its name Indicate, A coitmsiTio of
Tiir MKLJDK0N AND 1'IANO FOHTK, and meets preclstly
the wants nnu desires tt a large chisi who have long been
anxious to sec the two Instruments combined In Mbi.opeox
size. lnthlsunlniielnstrunienttheMKmDKON.or 1'IANO.
may be played separately or combined, producing an effect
unknown to any other Instrument, and must tc heard to be
We have arrangements with some of the best Piano Makers
to receive from them regularly PIANOS of the very best
quality which win io soiu hi ic s man iioston irices.
A1k PIANOS and MKIsOm:ONd to rkxt.
Alt Instruments warranted and sent to any part of the
country at our risi.
KSTKY & OHKKX
Ilrattteboro, Vt., Jan. 1, 1861.
rpiIE UN'DEllSlGXEl) respectfully informs
JL the citizens of llrattlelKiro' and iclnlty that he has
rented the Dental Rooms lately occupied by Dr. Cnlneirys,
over W. E. Etson's Flour store, where he will l pleased to
seo any who m ty be in need of the services of a Dentist.
I. N. I'EARSON
Ilrattteboro, Aug. 8,1800. tf33
DR. JAMES LEWIS'S
EVE AND EAlt INFIEHAEY,
8il Cfturl-St., Corner Howard, lolon,Man.
A YOUNG MAX Oil PHYSICIAN of cood
moral character and selentidc literary attainments can
dud a profitable situillon as assistant In my Infirmary by
applying to ine unmiii.iiciy. tm
l.B.,.i,n....-H SUId.lVA.V RAII.UO.tl) NO
hiiU:iH;.,i;lr U.K. tylMBIt ARRANUIIM E.NT.
On nnd after MONDAY, DEChMIIER 10,
I860. TRAINS will run as follows i
SOUTH The MonNlso Tails will leave Windsor at
0:16 A.M., (conntclllig with trains from Montreal and Off.
dvnsburgh,) Clareinontat 0:43, and Charlostown at 7:18 A.
il., conncctlnf; at Bellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad for
Boston, Lowell, M'orcesttr,nnd with Vt. Vnlley Railroad for
Springfield, arrlvlni; at New Vorl, 4:45 V. 51.
The MiilTkais will leave Windsor nt 12: 65, P.M., (or on
arrival of Trains Iri.m Montreal, Ogdtnsburgh, Barton and
Littleton,) Clareuont at lslOnnd Charlcstown at 2.22, P.
M.l connecting nt Bellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad for
Rorton, Worcester, kc, also with Vermont Valley Railroad
for SprlnclUld, &c.,nrrrivlng at New York, at 11:10 P. M.,
and with ltutl.tnd end Burlington Ititllroad.
NORTH The Mail Tana will le.ivo Bellows Falls at
12:20, Charlestown at 12:44, and Claremont nt 1:10 P. M.j
connecting at Windsor with Vermont Central Railroad for
Montpeller, Burlington, Rouse's Point, Montreal, Ogdens
burg, Ac, and at White River Junction with Passumpsic
Railroad for Wells River, Littleton, St. Johnsbury, Barton,
and the Vthlte Mountains.
The EvkninoTraik will leave Bellows Falls at 6:48,(on
arrival of trains from Boston nnd New York,) Charlestown
0:13, and Claremont at 0:40 P. M., Sonneeting at Windsor
with Vermont Central Railroad for Montllicr, Burlington,
Rouse's Point, Montreal, Ogdenshurgh, fcc.
Charlestown, N. II., Doc. 10, 1800.
J;-,iUiiiiiii.l H.v ll.KOA I).
-' "rTr: SI'MMER ARRANGEMENT FOR 1501.
On and after MONDAY, August 12, 1801, Trains will run
as follows, vis:
Moxinij SOUTH and EJST. Leave Burlington, O.OO
and 10.30 A. M and 0.00 P. M.
Arrive at Rutland, 12.00 M., 12 30 P.M. nnd 12 00 (night.)
Lentc Rutland 6 25 and 11.00 A. M. and 12.36 P. M.
Arrive nt B-llows Falls, 7.60 A. M. 2.40 and 4.16 1. M.
Moving XORTHand WEST Leave Bellows Falls, 6.20
A. M. 12.25 and 6.30 P. M.
Arrive nt Rutland, 10.10 A. M. 2 65 and 8 00 P. M.
Uave Rutland, 0.30 A. M. 1.20 and 3.35 P. M.
Arrive at Burlington, u 30 A. M. 0 00 and 7.00 P. M.
TraliiM Coitnrrt o follow,,!
ETAt RIT.1.INGT0N, with Vermont Central, and Ver
mont and Canada Railroads, for Montpt-lii r, M. Albans,
Route's Point, Montreal, Ogdensburgb, and the West.
At RUT LAND, with trains for Troy, Albany and New York,
Saratoga eprings, Schenectady and the West.
At HEl.lJVlB FALia, with trains of Chcsh'.ro Railroad for
Fltchburgh, Worcester, Lowell and Iioston. With Vermont
Valley Ro id, for Bratthlnro, Sprlnglleld, Hartford, New Ila
len, and New York, anl with Sullivan Ratlroad, for Wind
sor, White River Junction, Wells River, St. Johnsbury, Bar
ton, Littleton and the White Mountains.
BO" Passengers fo the West will find this n cheap, pleas
ant an I expeditious route.
Sleeping Cars on all night trains between Troy and Rutland
For Tickets and all necessary Information, enquire at the
Ofllccs on the line, E. A. CIIAFIN, Superintendent.
Rutland, August 8, 1861.
TI?.,.iw...,C' II ES II I It K UAII.KOAl). Sum.
Jalsll'iiwOtimer Arrangunent On and nfur .MONDAY,
r-- -yaprii 10, 1SC0, Trains will run as follows.
MOVING EAST Uave
Ib llmrs Falls at 8.30 A. M. and 2.10 P. M. Kecne nt 0.40
A. M. nnd 3 35 P. M. and arrive ut Fltchburg at 12 00 M.
and 5.15 P. M.l Boston at 2 30 and 7 30 P. M. Worcester at
2 00 and 7.00 P M.
MOVING WEST. Leave
Boston at 7.30 and 11.00 A.M.j Kitchburgnt 945 A.M.,
and 1.30 P. M. Keeue, 11.30 A.M., and 3.40 P. M. and ar
rive at Billows Falls at 12 25 and 4.40 P.M.) Windsor, 1.20
and0.35P.M.I Rutlaud, 3.00 and 8.00 P. M.l Burlington,
Trnin Connret at follow t
Train at Bellows Falls with Rl'TLAND ft BUR
LINGTON RAILROAD, for Rutland, Burlington, Montreal,
Ogdensburgb, Albany, Troy, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady
and the West
Also, with SULLIVAN RAILROAD, for Windsor, White
River Junction, Burlington, ogdensburgh. 3Ioutreal, St.
Johrsbury, Ac, via VT. CENTIUL, PASSUMPSIC, and
VERMONT It CANADA ROADS, Ac. Both trains make di.
reel connection via T. CENTRA I. R. R. fer all point north.
Down Traint Connret at Vilchburg
with Trains or Fllchburg k Worcester It. R. for WorcesTtr,
Norwich, Providence and Ntw York City.
And at Oroton Junction wlthtralnsof Worcester k Nashua
R. R. for Nuhu i and Concord and with Trains of Stony
Brook R. It. for Lowell, Uwrince, Ac.
Tickets for all imlnts West may be secured at any sta
Hon on Cheshire Railroad and baggage will be checked
through to Bulf.ilo or Surcitlon Bridge.
K. A. t'HAl'IX. ni"'l-ltllcniU'nt.
Superintendent's Office, Kiei.e, April 10, 1800.
jmHsnjtaijUOAi). on arul after;
'TT1wll,0l, TRAINS will mi
Villi MONT VAI.I.KV 11A I Iy
er Nvrtii.i i , .i'rir yra,
run as follows i
Iaic Bellows Falls for BrattU boro, 7 60 A. SI. and 2 35 P
M. Reluming IcaioBrattli lKiMror Billows Falls, 10 05 A.M.
and 4 36 P. M. FREIGHT TRAIN leaves Bellows Falls at
0.15 A.M.) BrattkU.ro 3.35 P. M.
The two Passenger Trains oier this route, connect South with
lite Vt. & Mass ichusrtts and Connecticut River Rallnads
to Sprlnglleld, Hartford, New Haven and Bridgeport direct tu
New York. On the North with the Rutland 4: Burlington, Su -livan,
Veunont Central, Vtrmout A: ('anadi, Conmctlcut and
Passumpsic Rivers Rail Roads, forming direct cutimiunlcation
with Whit hull, Saratoga and Seht neetady, tt-Johnsbury and
White MouuUlns, llurliugtou and Rouse's Point, Ogdensburgh
and Montreal. M. S1A1AT, Sua;riiiU-lidem,
Vt. Valley It. R.Offlce, April 2.h, 1S01. 10
NEW HAVEN AND NOUTIIAMl'TON
RAILROAD. On nnd nfur Monday, June 3d, 1E61,
Trains will run ns follows:
Iave Northampton 0 20 a. ro , Mall and Passenger Train
for New Haven and New Yorkt 11.05 a. in., Accommodation
Train for WestfliM.
Leave New Haven for Northampton, Accommodation at
7.00 a.m., contacting alth train on Conn. RltirR. R. fr Ibe
North! 3.45 p, m., Mull and Passenger, on arrival of 12.16
p. in. Train from New York, connecting ut Westfleld dlrtct
for Albany and the West.
Iavo Westfleld 7.16 i, in. for Northampton on arrival of
train from Albany,
Connectl ns, at Northampton with Conn. River R. 11. at
Westfleld, Westim Rallriudi at Plalnlltld, Providence,
Hartford and Flshklll R. R. at New Haven with New York
und New Haven R, R. New Ilavin, Ntw lmdon aid Stou
nlngton R. R., and New Haven, Hartford and Spilnglleld R.
Tlcktts told and Baggage checked to all principal points
Freight fora anted with equal dispatch as by Express.
CHAS. ti. YEAMANS, Sup't.
Wcitfltld, June 1st, 1801. tKl
To tlio IP X3. "folio.
K TAKK l'LKASUltK IN ANXOUNC-,
Inn to our mimrrnus Friends and Patrons. thAt ow
Ing ti our large and Increasing trade, (for fthlch we wish
them to accept our sincere thanks,) we hare found It neevs
tary to Increase our Slock to the utmost capacity that our
small Store Is capable of containing. And wish to say to the
I'umic ami our ratrons every wnere, inai tiiey can nni at
T II O It N ' S
An DHUO, MEDICINE, or CHEMICAL wanted,
llnrlnar rcccntlr made lariro rurclinscs In NEW YORK.
of nn exclusive Cash House, we are sure wo can sell a puro
:Hi:ini. ajwa r-j
Clirnper limn nnr Drii Iloiian lis Vcrinoiil
Pliysiclans wilt find a fresher ami latter assortment of
Medicine Including most of the rare Chemicals than often
kept in a country shon.
Medicines to suit all Schools of Practitioners, with
Surgical and Denial Instruments,
TIIUSSKS AND SUIMORTKK8
of the most approved patterns,
MKTALIO, GLASS & 11UBHUII
with Anal and Vaginal Pipes, capable of throwing a contin
uous stream ti any extent. NO FAMILY SHOULD UK
ALWAT3 OH HASD.
Photographers can be furnished with
AT CITT PRICES.
Tomloii Porlrr mill Srolrh AIr
(in original packages), which X Import myself, snd which can
be relied upon as no imitation.
FUKSII COXOHKSS & KMPIHE WATEIl,
always on hand, hy the easo or single hotlto.
THE BEST ASSORTED l'OTASII.
by he Cask or In any quantity to suit.
TOBACCO AND CIQARS, of the Choicest Brands.
A large variety of I'irES,
Also a general assortment or
I' A JULY OKOCIMUnS,
with TEAS AND COFFEES thattannot fall to suit.
Dealers can buy of roe, any articles of Medicines that are
usually kept In country stores, for less than they can obtain
them from the city. Patent Medicines furnished at trade
prices. I.N. THORN.
Rrattlcboro, April 20, 1800. 10
NKW F1HM 1
NKW GOODS I
Mil. II. HASTINGS ami A. P. WILDEII,
HAVK FOIDIHD A COFAIITNKHSHIP
under tho name of IIASTINUS & W1LDKU, and h ive
movcil Into their new and elegant store corner of Maine und
Ulllut Streets, where they have Just received a very large
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
which havo been purchnsod for CA II at present PANIO
.'KICKS, expressly for the Spring and Summer trade, and
they will be sold as LOW as they can be bought any where.
Our store which has been fitted up eipressly for us Is ac
knowledged by all to lo the best arranged one In the state.
It U divided Into five departments for the accommodation of
the different branches of our business.
In department No. 1 may 1k found ft above stated a very
large and fashionable assortment of
J) li Y GOODS
In depnrtracnt No. 2 can be found an ENTIRKLY NKW
In all the varieties of
TAi'iiaritr, s ply,
INGRAIN, LOWRLI, KXTItAS,
SUl'KRS, AND KXTRAS.
Also, STAIR CARPETINGS,
STRAW MATTINGS, all widths.
Id, 5-4, B-4, 8-4 OIL CLOTHS,
RU03, MATS, STAIR ROUS, Ac, kc.
In department No. 3 we hare a large stock of
l'.U'KIl HANGINGS, WINDOW SIIADUS,
Iloth Plain and Qllt
OU11TAIN FIXTU11ES, &c.
In department No. 4 we have tlte largsst and test stock
CHINA, CROCKKIIVANII GLASS WAHK
to he found In this vicinity which we shall sell as low as any
la dcpirtincnt No. d we have ar very choice stock of
t'A.MIIiV li IIOCKRIRS,
IIUII.VINC FLUID, ic.ir.
All kinds of FARMERS' rilODUCE taken In exchange for
All aro Invited to call anl look through our Store and ex
amino our sUick. Goods will he frerlj shown whether ou
wish purchase or not. ftJRenumlKT tho place and call
early. Corner Mnlii uuil Ulllot Slri't'ta.
"WHAT WILi THEY GMT OP NEXT?"
i:. j. cAicii;iVTnii's
AND S K K .
rpiIR I,AltGKST AND I1EST SKI.ECTICU
X assortment of TOYS AN1I FANCY OOOIW for Christ
nus and New Years et tr brought luto this vicinity.
DI.UUKS AND ALMANACS I' till 1HII1.
Over rirrr illfferentslylasof IlIARIKS, besides a good as
sortinentof ALMANACK. For sale cheap,
lly K. J. CARl'KNTKR,
A large stock ot I'ORTSIONNAIIS, I'L'RKS, I.VIAT1IFR
HAGS, Ac, Ac, can be lound at a tow price
At K. J. CAItl'ENTEll'S.
N'KWSl'Al'KHS, .'MAGA7.INKS, Sir.,
Cnn be furnished by mall or othera se, In most alt cases at
publishers' prices, or less. At CARl'KNTKR'S
I'erladieal Urpot, Ko. 2 Ha4 ' Mule.
Os'fTT, AND SK12.
IluirrnuoBo, Vt., Pec. 1, 1S00. 19
rpiIK LADIKS WILL FIND A Sl'I.KNDll)
X assortment of Fall and Winter Goo Is, comprising!
II0.NNKTS, RlllRONS, VKI.VKTS, BATIKS, BILKS,
ARTIFICIAL I LOWERS, FEATHERS,
KMUROIliERIEH, Ac, Ac.
All kinds of Mlllluery worldone to order In the lest man.
""' -JL , ,.IIIS.T.AVH11V'!I.
Cr Store In Flsk'i llloek, opposlla the 1'osl offlee.
Ilrattlcboro, Sept. 20th, 1801. 3S
IKNKUAL INSUHANCH AGKNCY.
niLMutoa'. 8tu tlua.
Notice Is licrehKlven hy the sulwcrihcr that he Is prepared
to Issue policies on I.I K STOCK, as well as other
html, of property on as faruralile trms and In as rellahle
Cnmpanlet (thy havlnn all oinpllcl with the laws of this
State) as any doing Imslnca In this Stale. Ftaxras and olh
ers woul I do will to call Muro Insuring elsewhere and ex
amine and judpe for themselves.
The oorahlned capital of thccompanlcswhlch hnrepresenta
hcInK 93.OUO.OOI), and upwards, enahlcs lilm U
Issue nnllclnfor any requlre.1 amount.
ifa.m,l l pf. r in the advertisements of thesevernlcoiana- 1
hies puMlshcd herein for further '',rlJ,ciu,,"l"KEg3EN)KNi
YE 11 MO NT MUTUAL FI11K
Insuranco Company. This Company continues to do
business on favorable terms. Capital on the 1st of August
last, tl.600.721 01, and dally Increasing.
TNA FIHK INSUltANCE
r . ft-. .t.. AKM tm 4 te i l..na nuiakt w.
td for Insurance In thll Company ono of the oldest in the
... . V ti Vl'Q.L'UllW
NATIONAL LIFE INSUHANCE COM
p.iny of tho t'nll States.
1 he subscriber having Win npitolntcd Agent for this well is
tablUhtd Company, will effect Insurance to nny amount not
exceeding $10,000 on one risk. F. II. FKSSKNDKN.
rjiim PAiiK rmu IXsunA'CK co.
Ol the City of New Y'ork.
Cii.li Ciiillnl, OO.OOO.
AVITH Ij A It G E SUKl'IsUS.
This Company Insures Rulldlngs, Merchandise, Household
Furniture, and I'er&onal Property generally against I.oss or
Damage by Fire. JUSIAII W. IIAKEIl, 1'resHent
WM.J AFFRAY, Sec'y. JOHN RODIfE, Ylco I'rcsldent.
J. W. llaker, F. V. Schoals, Geo. W. Walt, J.R. Lawrence,
J. L. Everilt, Thos. Gardiner, Geo. C. l'elers, .lohn llrsllne,
II. M. Wells, Fdwd. Schcll, F. T. Furn.ild, Wm. II. Arthur,
Chas. L.Noo.Jasll.Ilerny, Win. II Livingston, I'.V.ll-e-lie,
Geo. 1'. Hlch, II. A. o.l,J. C. Whitney, R. S. Hcncdict,
T. M. Mayhew, F. A. Palmer, M. Y. Ilunn, Jos. Rogers, II,
Jarobus, A. Mills, M. Kane, Wm. bunnlng, J. C.llaldwln,
T. W. Quick, Mnhlntt A pgar, .t. A.Vnn HUrc m, Jnhn Romer,
G. Van Noslralid, Ilriuli Knajip, M. 11. Duckworth, L. L.
IKkwocul, J. 8. Harris, Matthew Kelley, 11. lleadlcst m, Ml
chael Gibney, Alrich llenken, John II. F.mcry, Oscar Varet,
Jas. Peacock. J. J. SEARING, Purveyor.
Y. II. FESSENDEN, Agent, Rrattlcboro, Vt.
C. C. WAITE, Scc'y. C. D. BOWERS, Pres't.
This Company has a Capital of a
QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS,
All paid In nnd securely invested. Rlsk, on
most clashes of pi operty, ill be taken at rea
sonable rates. Apply lo
F. 11. FESSENDEN, Actsi.
riUXGFIELD F1IIK AM) MAMNE
Insurance Company, of Springfield, Mass.
CAHTAL fcTOCK, $160,000.
OFFICE, CITY HOTEL II LOCK.
Insures Real and Personal Property against Fire, on favora
I) I P. '. CTU II S .
EDMUND FREEMAN, AI.RERT MORGAN, '
DANIEL L. 1IA11RIL, CHARLES MERRIAM,
MARVIN C11APIN, WA1TSTILL HASTINGS,
CHESTER W. CIIAPIN, GEORGE WALKER,
ANDREW HUNTINGTON, WILLIS PHELPS,
EDWARD S0UTIIW0RT1I, SAMUEL S. DAY.
JOHN B. MERRICK,
KDMUXD FRKEMAN, President.
WIIJ.IAJI CONNE1!, Secretnry.
Applications for Insurance may be made to
F. II. FESSENDEN, Agent at Ilrattleboro,
TLANTIC FIKE AND MAKIXK IN
suranee Comttauy, Providence, R. I.
PAID UP CAPITAL, I160 0O0.
OFFICE NO. 10 NORTH MAIN STREET.
Insure against Fire Risks cn as favorable Urms as other Re
i) 1 1: i: o t o i: s .
Hon. W.W. 1IOPP1N,
Gov. of Rhotle Island.
Hon. JAMES Y. SMITH,
Mayor of Providence.
F. II. RICHMOND.
JAM ES S. l'HETTEPLACE,
,111X1.11.. 11- II 1 I t
JOHN A TAFT,
11. W. EVANS,
JADEZ M. FISHER,
HENRY V. GARDNER,
I II. STEVENS,
.GEORGE L. CLARK.
S. MAUKAX, President.
11. SrKVKN'S, Secretary.
F. II. FESSENDEN, Agent at Rrattleboro,
ASSASOIT IXSUHAN'CE COMPANY,
CASH CAPITAL, (150.000.
This Company is prepared to Insure Real and Personal
rroiR-riy against i ire on as lavoraoie terms as similar instl
i) 1 1: k c t o i: s
SAMUEL S. DAY,
CHESTER W. CHAl'IN,
J. II. VINTON,
KIEPIIEN C. 1IKM1S,
HENRY Fl'LLhR, JR ,
J, R. M. STEII111NS,
li. S. CIIAPIN,
A. W. CIIAPIN,
C. L. COMLL,
A. L. SOULE,
O. 11. UREENLEAF.
SAMUKI. S. DAY, President
J. S. PARISH, Secretary.
F. II. FESSENDEN, Agent at Brattlebro,
puny, Cnnwaj, Mass.
INCORPORATED AND ORGANIZED IN 1849.
ASSETS, 200 000 DOL"ARS.
JAM ESS. WHITNEY,
E. D. HAMILTON,
WAIT REM ENT,
W. II. HOWDOIN,
D. F. M'HILYRAY,
A. II. lll'LLEN,
.IAS. S. WIIIT.NLT, President.
,IOS. II. SPRAijL'l'., Secretory.
F. II. FESSENDEN, Agent at Rrattleboro.
OME IXSUllANCn COMPANY
the City of New lorW.
CAPU CAriTAL,1.0m000 srilPM'S OVKU f300.000
The subsiriU'r hating accepted tho Agencyof thlCinipn
ny nnd halti tiled In the Secretary of fctatu OiTlce, the
evidence of Its reponnIbllity, require.! by our Statute, Is now
prepared to tale risks of property usually Insured In thl vl
cinlty,onf.norahle t-rms ami grant I'olicU-s without dvbiy.
The perfcet reionlbllity of this Company and the known
f h-4racter of Its officers entitle It to a r ink among the very
(lMIimuroountry. L, U. MHAP, Agent,
llrnttbboro, Jan. 1,1861.
notici: to Tin: iu iu.ic.
Th mhkifrlher woutl Inform Mi
ltd fi iends hikI ! itrons ami the iiul-
lie generally tliut he InUtt Is to run
m r.-ruia rrom jia"ionvUio
nch way to N'ortli Aditms nnd
Urattlctioro, iturtiiv frm jHcksonvIlle .Mund iy iiisrulig t.f
each witrk Ht sit o'ol Kk A- M and arrle in North Adams lit
seaiiiu for tin at tern in triiuof cars) nnd rlurn to Jackson
ville uu the next il.ty aftr the train arrives In Nurtit Adams,
Alss), start on Thursl.ty morning of tlm s uue wetk as alie
nd return mi the iut thiy us ulmtu. Purt from Jackso.j
vllle on Wixluesilay and ti-ilurday morning and i un to Drst
tleboto anil back on the sanu1 d.iyt, U-r the puroe of carry
Ing l'AiyKNUKK,d..lng IlXl'lUUM IH'SINIS K i:rrauls
of nil kindij and will sifvly do any butliet tlial muy be In
tnulftl to his care. I'ruinpt attention will be paid to doing
Hanking llujti.es as I shall bo tu be lu North Adam and
llratiUboro In Hanking hour'.
OKOIUIIJ W. O00DKLL.
June 25, 1S01.-20
TO CAHPENTER5 AND BUILDERS,
We are now aM to m timf.icture
DCOK.EiAeil aiM UI.IND?. t
In the best maoner nul at short notice, AH
work warranted erfiet.
We have alt Lludsnf woodworking tnacldnery and are
prvpantl to. I.. P1ANIN J.H.VWIN0, MA rCIUNU.FOUOLL
HAHN0, TKNO.MM1, l.o.. In the bet shape.
lih newaml lmprovel Machinery nnl the K't nnd most
uxprrlenfeil orVmen, we. are enabled tootTir superior &d
vuntagrs to all who Uh any thing In our line,
A prime stock of LUMUKH comdantly on hand.
ijy First floor Ktey 4 Green's building,
Drattleboro, May 23, 1S01.
A SAl'K A
AND Sl'EHDY UEMI.DY FOll
, Crouo. Asthma. Whooping ' ugh. Stre Throat
IISKASKS of tho THROAT and I.l NliS
The mnlchless success And untr (M lunted tnnnlr!tv whlh
this remedy has attained In one sh.t year, w-.uld iom to be
aaafllcl.nt guaranty of It. excellency. If any one doubts It
let such give It one trial.
Until tlio rolliiivhiK t
From Hon. Levi Undcrwiml, l.b'ut. Oivernor of Vermont.
Slcssrt.' K. II. Magonn k Co i I have used yratr WKKK8'
MAGIC COMI'OI'Ml.fir severe colds and io,re throat, ami It
has proved aneftlclent rcmnly. It Is a valuable accession to
the list of remedies f.r colds, coughs. Ad.
on,, e , lonrs, I.Lil LflllCllWOUD.
Rurllngton, Ocb,lier 8, 1100,
From lion. Joscps, l'oland, Btate Senator of Vermont
I have usul your WEEKS' MAGIC COMIWNll In my
family, and have never fu 1 1 any remedy so effectual In cur
ing oiunhs nml s.,r thr .at, and other diseases of the lungs.
Monllieller, Oct. 1,1VX. JOSEPH POLAND.
Fiom. Hon. Tltnolhy p. Rnlrield.
Hy using your W EEKS' MAGIC COM I'OUN I) a short lime,
I was entirely cured of one of the sevf ret and innH ohtlnnle
coldl ujion my lungs that I have experienced. I know of no
remedy e,ual to it for coughs and luag cmplaints g.-rierally.
MonlK.lier,Oet.l3,H0O. TIMOTHY P. RKtlFIEt.I).
From Rev. K. I). Smith, !. D l'rlnclpal of New Hampton In.
Tlio .MAGIC COMPOUND which yml rurnlshcd me last
Blrlng, when I was sulTeriiig in it severely fro.n the t rf.ts of
a long continued o.d.1 upon lungs, nrled like a charm. Tho
first night after taking It, I cmighed lees nnd slept h'ttT than
for weeks before, nnd the use of it flmlly removed the diffi
culty entirely. I should dse It nirahi in preference to any
lueJlctne 1 have tried when similarly aUccted
Yours truly, K. D. SMITH.
Talrfax, Vt., April 24, 1SC0.
A short time since my child was nltaeked most seven ly with
the croup. Wo th Might sho could not live for live minutes,
A th-gle dose of WEEKS' MAGIC C'OMI'OI'ND relieved her
nt once, nnd she has had no attack of 11 since. 1 think no
lamlly should Iw without it. M. V. VARNEY,
Principal Mlsslstpiol Vnlley Academy.
North Troy, April 18,1600.
33. 33. Mngoou c Co.,
St. JoiisanfitY. Vkhmost I'roi'Iuituhs.
tor Sold In Rratllehoro by I. N. THORN ly27
A CANADIAN KKMKOV
f'o Cojiiirne, Irregularity and Debility of thf I)ijet
t live uryannyinaHrmg iiciiaar.neiMtniuaeaervout
A MOMENT'S llliFLECriON OUGHTTO
rl conrlnco n nensihlc mnn of the folly nnl dancer of
constantly ilosinj? with 0:itharti' Mcllclncfl. The practice it
ptrnicioui nwl auicidal. An cxptrlpucc of forty yc irs bat
taught me thit the constantly increasing evils of hvllatioa
are fearfully rtjrgnivftteii hy the to free uif of Cathartics.
The Amir lean people are f.ist lLcomln(f a nation of dynpep.
tics hy their artificial mrKs of WW. Drastic Cuthartics In
crease the Irritability, and prof t rate the strength of the dl
The I'llls now oiToret! are especially designed to allay this
Irritability, and at the simo time to Invigorate nnd rength-
vn all the function of digestion, while they ar gently I.ixa-
tivr. They arc so inii-i ana inviporating mat ono is not ro
mlndcl hy nny dlsagrecaljlo t-Uccts that he has taken toed I.
Uunlness Men, StiUcnts. Profesnionai Jien, Females, nnJ all
jKrsuns leading a confined or sedentary life, should try them,
The undersigned PhyslcUn, cheerfully certify to tho high
Drofesnlonal stindlnir of 1)11. COLI1Y nf Stanstead. one of the
oldest ami heit Physician, nnd to the excellent qualities of
his "Anti-vofurean'rioiuc rnu," which we uavv uicu umur
practice, ami highly approve.
j. ii. liinsiJA, .ti. iiM l'utinnm, j. t..
O. K. COTTON, il. D., Cowmisville.
CIIA1U.KS HItOWN, 1. D.f do.
8. S r'0.m:U, M. I Ilrome.
NOItMAN CLKVKIAND, M. P., Ihirnston.
N. JKNKH, M. P., do.
C. M'. COWLKS, M. D. Stanstead.
JOHN MKIG?, M. D.,do.
JOSKl'II lilt HA DON, M. D.t Surgeon U. N.
BKNJAMIN HAM0N, M. D.Coatlcook.
LKMUKLHICIIMOND, M. II., Perhy Dine.
M. 11. OMNKS, M. IM Comptnn, C. K.
O. O. SOMKUS, M. I)., Magog. C. K.
J. C. HUTIIKHKOltD, M. 1). Newport, Vt.
T-rl'ren.ired hy 1)K. M. K. CO LI1V, Stanstead. C.
i:., nnd Derby Line, Vermont.
S-M In llrattloboro by I. N.THOIIN and by dealers In med
icine generally. Iy27
Dr. DARIUS HAM'S
AROMATIC lNVHJOUATINfi SPIRIT.
Thit Medicine hat been uied by the public for tlx yearn
icitk inert aiiwj faior. It ii recommended to cure
JJyMpepsta, A'ertoujtnos, Utart-Hurn, Colic I'atnt,
Wind in the Stomach, or Pain in h II irei,
Headache ) Drotcsinesi, Kidney Complainti,
Low Spiriti, Delirium Tremen$, Intemperance,
IT SnilLLAIES, L'X HI LA RATES, I.WIQOnATCS, BIT WILL SOT
ISTUS1CATK OU STCPLFT,
AS A MKDICIXE, it is quick and effectual,
curlmr the moat aireraated cases of Dyipepsla Kidney
Complaints, and all other derangements of the Stomach and
liotrclrf, In a swtdy manner.
It will instantly revive the most melancholy nnd drooping
spirits, nnd restore the weak, nervous and sickly to health,
strength and vigor.
Persons who, from the Injudicious uc of liquors, have be
come dejected, and their nervous systems shattered, consti
tutions broken down, and subject to that horrible curse to
humanity, the Dbliku'm Teks3, will, nhnost Immediately,
let i uto nippy ami ncauny intigornungeiucacy oi nr. uam a
WHAT IT VII,r4 DO.
Dose One wlrm glass full as often us Is necessary. One
dose will remove all Hid Spirits. One dose will cure Heart
bum. Three doses will enr c Indigestion. Ot.e dose will give
you a Oood Apetlte. One dole will stop the distressing und
disagreeable of Wind or Flatulence, and soon ns the stomach
receives the Invigorating Spirit, tho ;listruing load and all
painful feelings will le reiiKAed. One dose will rtmove the
most distressing pains of Colic, and In the Mninuch or bow
els. A few doses will remove all nbsti uctlons In the Kidney,
Itladdcr or I'rlnary Organs. I'irsons wo arc seriously n diet
ed with any Kidney tVm plaints arw assured sieedy relief by
a iIobo or two, and a radical cure by the use of one or tno
Tersons who, from dissipating too much oir night, and
feel the evil effects of oisuuoui liqurre, In violent headaches,
sickness of stomach, weakness, giddiness, Lc , will find one
dose wilt remove all bad feelings.
Uidlesof weak and sickly constitutions, should take the
Invigorating Spirit three times a dy( It will make them
strong, healthy and happy, rtmote all obstructions nnd Ir
regularities fri ni the menstrual tTgans, and restore the bloom
f health and beauty to the careworn face. During pregnan
cy It IU be found au invaluable medli ine to r tnme disa
greeable sensations ut the stomach. All the proprietor asks,
Is a trl tl, and to Induce thH, he has put up the Invicokatixg
SriiiiT In pint Ix.ttles.at Wets., quarts f 1. M. S. Hum k Co.,
Itonton, (ienfral Agmt. For sale in Hmttklxro hy Joseph
Clahic und I. N. Tuors, und by dealers gci..rally every
V K offer to the country trade nnil consumers,
' n cotniloto Hsiortmc-nt vt cvtry virlctjr ol X4lquor.
WliirH, Sic, anl woaM t.iy that our cxjH'rtcnc. of noro
llun KOI1TV YIHItS ns Importer! is nl onl a sufficient
KU inntec for tlio Psirlly uftmr fSooil.. but that It en
ables ns ti offer ml Vnt4j:es ti buyers th it cannot Imi eicellcl
by uny house In lloton. 0,t1d to tho tlllnculty of prvurlns;,
In many twins, a strictly pure sn.1 n-llabU artlcl..nf Ti'uors
iiiJ ll'inti for mclicinal anl other 'irsos, we hato for
many year glteu s)k-cU1 atteutl-'ii to tilling opl.-rs for I'm.
vir ITe, nJ onisumers will llo l I' Kruutly to th Ir a. Iran.
Ie to wml their onl rs to m ilir.t as wecniloyno trel
llliK or other agents winterer, lvr.'ns who niulro J'ure
Uqwn and Jl'fnri, in lame or "mill ijiuiitlti, , may rest
aisur! Ih4t all orJers will r.-e-lve, ur Ik..i ners.m,il all. ntlon,
Bil l tint every article s 'ill from our hou. Kill In salnr.o tory
Inerery respeet CtmimuiilfcilionB by null will reciiepromrt
attention, with full aa l cmnplelo coUliju. ol gwjs, prices
Jtc. I. I). KU'II.IKDS k SOXS.
67 1- S3 State Street, Iioston,
Iioston, April , 1S01. 1)10
4 NKW DISCOVKHY. The Aseiiridc or
Vl'i" Wonns, th. M.i '.il f whi.'h lias v r bafll il the
skill of tho most iiul'ont ptiysieiaiis. aiul UTuvrsally con.
slilere.1 by them as bey .u.l tlu pmli of m lU'liie, are eutlrc
ly eipellej fnan Uie human system l.y tin us.- of
Dr. K. (I. Roiilir. l'hi Worm Syrup.
A Cure w arrtinteU In every case.
Utllcf nlTonleJ in t.enty-roar hours.
Tl.ls gyrup Is puri'ly a vegetable prearatlou, anj harmless
with the youngest cli.1.1. . t
SV.MITONS. Intense Itching, biting an.l distress In the
loner p irt of die rectum ami alout the .eat, (often mistaken
forthe 1'lles, ills.ijri'eable sensation In the eplastrlo region
or lner part of tlio bowels, rwlteisness, alelulness, starting
ami screaming lu the slesp, fainting, wl "ot unfrenucntly
''oi"o'Il!?riie genuine hit the name, "Jir. 11. O, OouM's
fin VvoTfymp Xil In each Mile hi. portr.lt. and a
Ue simile of his signature on the .rapper.
1IBIIVKV k M011K, Sol ruoramoas.
Address (1KO. 0. (JOOPIVIN k CO., 11 and 12 Marshall
strl. 1 ' ton, Mas... Ur.l f. New ai-
B-Bold by PrugglsU tcmraliye-ljlt