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vir-niountnl cbonv cuiic, nnd n inngit ficcnt pl"J
griiihlo nlbutn with tmrtrnlta of aevcnt.y-Ho ;
unoiccsl friends Including ninny of llio tnnt dit nR
ul ilicd people In New Ki glnn.l. Letters of ereetlnR
wero rend front Mrs. Child, Dunn, Mpplo, l-ongrel-low,
Don lid O. Jlltchell, Stimticr nnd I arrlson, nnd
pMm iront Mr. SlROiirnev, Dr. Ilnti'ics, U .
llrooks. Kllznr WrlRht, White or nd Ilnjnnt, the
metrlc.il rending hclnc opened, l.v poem lift writ
ten by tho vcnenible hem of the hour. Ihe plena,
tire? oflho occnslon were helRl.lened by n . Imlli d s
plivfcverKreein nil flower, nnd by "substsntlnl
testlracml.iU"' lo the ninoniit of nearly S10O.
SPKO 1 A T. ' N O TIC IE IS.
VhU!ii rl WJiUI-rr I Do you wnnt Whiskers
""'!. ' A,,- llrlltl l,.,rnh.lt..t will f..vn. Il..m
rrw in the nKMiheft bice or chin, or hair on buld head,
f . ii-..!,. iri. tl on n iul-Ulli t i no e-ni i,v
mall anywhere, cltwly scuM on mtlpt if prlcf.
Address, WAKNI.K h CO., lox 133, Brooklyn, N. V.
Piwilt Ptn CoLons. Wc know o f iWMnrr that (ins to
f.ilrl.r Kilned the confidence and admlrntlon of the ruhlla as
th' Family 1'tk Dolor, manufactured by Howe it ruevens,
nf thU city, who deservedly nnk itnvuist nurmnU enterpris
ing nl pu'Oh splrltl cltl ns. Thcss Iiyes were only
brought to theit present wonderful p'r.trrt.ou by the most
cam fut, continued and Inhoilcus experiments The) combine
precisely wh it Ins hitherto hern witntf-d nnd sold as lhy
are at me people's popular prices are in universal demand
The proprietors only nsk that their Dim nniy have a f.tlr
trial. Of tho verdict thai inuy bo rendered they have tio
A (riiflrSitmnlniiN There are many sick persons
who become tired f tho use of whtlker. The concentrated
l.xtnctof Hye contains all that Is valuahlo In Whiskey,
wituoui us iiurnui ingre uenii.
0. A. KtCIIAUDS, Boston, Agent,
1iirirmnl!mi FrcrS To N'rarrs ScrrrnrRS. K
flentk-nun, cured of Nervals IcMlitv Incompetency, Pre
mat 're Di-ray, and Voulltful Krror, net lintel ly a desire to
benefit others will be happy to fnrnlh to nil who need It,
(froo of charge,) the riclpc ami directions for making the
mmpie remeoy useu in his case, fcuuerers wifhinjr, to prolit
by the ndverlHer's sad experience, and powss a sure and
valuable remedy, cin do u by ndelrenlnR him at his p acc
oi nmuiess. i nq ueci , ami lull tnrorinaUon or vlt.il im
portancewill 1 chwrfully lent hv return nmll.
A ildrou JOHN ii.of:in:x.
111 Niaaau.St.. Nr Vnrlr.
P S. Nerrom SuITerers of both srxis will find this Infor
mation Invaluable. 3inosi5
"A Thlit ontontif y U n Joy Forrrcr."
Martha Washington's Hair Rcatorrr Is a pirfect
success and no mistake. A Hair Prctscr and Hair Restorer
both combined tu one, IsnotaPyr wlllnotstatnthesklni
will restore Gray and Faded Hair to a beautiful Black,
llrown or Auburn Color and cause It to assume Us original
beauty mill cure all humors and diseases of the Scalp re
move dandruu and scurff, keeping the head cool nnd nice.
Came dry, harsh and wavy hair to become soil and stlk-llke
as In y mthful days. Will promote a healthy growth, keep
It from falling off and i-ause it to grow onVtld heads where
there Is life and vitality at the roots but where these are
gone there is no hoje of success.
Every person in Vermont can hive their "gray heads"
restored to their former beauty In sixty days by using
"Martha Washington's Hair Hestorer.1 Try it nnd be con
vinced. Sold everywhere. Price $1,00 per Iwttle.
SIM0ND3 &, CO , Proprietors,
Smosli FiUw.IIIam, N. II.
Popiilnrtfy A great many people, nt the present
day, think more of obtaining publicity and popularity, th-tn
of any other ne thing they could pnih'y be msesfd of.
Hut anxious ns they may be to acquire the vain Rlory of the
popular votec, none ever succeeded to so great an extent ns
that world-p nowned rtmedy, known as Coes Cough Hal
dam. There Is scarcely a family In the land but what on
slJer a supply of ihU article a necesary to the household
as their flour or provisions. Kxptrhnee has taught the peo
ple that no other remedy has ever been put before the publlj
that will cure cough", colds, croup, sore throat, anI In fart
All throat and lung complaints, us quickly and as effectually
as Coe's Cough HiKitu. In the Eastern States, where It
has been long known nnd tested, It H considered as the most
reliable cough remedy extant, and no one, tlther richer
poor, thinks of being without it. We would suggest to
nit our readers the necessity of keeping on hand an article
of this klnil for Immediate use. It costs but 10 cenls per
bottle, and is sold at all our drug stores, and Is the cheapest
and best remedy in the world.
A Cnrri In Inrnllilfl A Clergyman, white renldtngr
In South A merle i as n missionary, discovered a safe and
simple remedy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Karly
decay, Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal t'rgans, and Ihe
whole train of disorders brought on by baneful and vicious
habits. Gient numbers hive alnndy been cured by this
noble remedy. Prompted by a desire to benefit the nfllictcd
nnd unfortunate, I will send the recipe fur preparing and
using this medicine, In a sealed envelope, to any one who
needs It, Frt of Charge.
Please enclose a stamped envelope, addressed to yourself.
Jddrest, JOSKI'H T. IN MAN,
ly20 Station D,1llble House, Ne York City.
Dr. LntiQlry'i Hoot nn it llrrb Hitter. The
Great Blood Purlnrr; Thebet Health Kestorer, and the most
peifect Spring and mmtr I diclnuevtx used.
They effectually cure Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Liver nnd Dil
lons Complaints, General Debility, and all kindred diseases.
hey cleanse the system, regulate the? bowels, restore the
Appetite, drivi out all I umors, purify the hliKtd, and
elrennthen, Invigorate, build up, and restore to health nnd
soundness, both hmlv and mli.il, alt who use them. Price
29, 50 anil 75 cents per hottle. So.d by all dotlt-rs In tried I
cine. OKU. C. GOODWIN k CO., 33 Hanover street, Dos
ton. 4 in 12
Dr. MnttUon, of Providence, treats exclusively all
special diseases and accidents resuilins from Imprudence In
bo;h aexis, giving thim his uhole attention. l'trons at a
distance, and ladles eepeclilly, having any trouble of the
kind, should be sure an I consult hlui. fee advertisement of
his Sure ilemedit$ for Special JJheattt, In this puper.
Yjovcniitt Miitrliiiony. dny Laly or Gentlema.n
send In z me their address, will receive full din cll-ms for gain
ing the affections or the opposite sex, and which v ill enable
them tu marry happily. Irrespective of wealth, age or beau
ty. AddreasMrs.-MARti: I.KMOtlXK,
3m8 Harlem P. O., New York City.
Error of Youth A g utlemin who ruff'tcd for
yenix from Nervou4 nnd Genital Debl Ity. Nightly Kmls
slons and Seminal We.ikues, the resu't of yonthlul Indis
cretion, and came near ending hlpd) s In hoptles inlocry,
will, for the sake of suffering man. stud to any one afflicted,
the eltnrde nienns used y him whkh iff. cted a cure In itVw
weeks, after Ihe failure of numerous me Nellies. Send a di
reetrt "nveljpe and It will cost y-u nothing.
Address tl OAK A TltKVIAlNh, fatatlua L., 12th Street,
New York. Smo8
If you xviuil lo Unow n littles of csrrj lliln
relating lo tbo human system, male and female the c luses
And treatment of diseases; the murrhge customs of the
world ( now lo marry well and n thousand things never pub
lished before read 1 1 if revised anil enl irged edition of " M to
icil Common Sense," a curious book for curious people,
and a good book for every one. 400 pages, 100 frustrations.
Price $1,60. Contents table sent free to any uddress. Hooks
may be had at the Ujolt store, or will be sent by mall, post
paid on receipt of the price. Address
Cm5 1130 Broadway, New York.
ITCn! ITCH! ITCH!
SCRATCH ! SCRATCH ! SCRATCH !
WILL CURB THE XTCXI IN 40 HOURS !
Also cures SALT MIKUM. ULRKIIS. CHILBLAINS, nn.l
all KKUITIONS OF THE SKIN. Price 60 cents. Forsale
by ail urugKlsts.
11 V sen-line 60 cents to WEEKS k VOTTKR.&.b Aironta
170 Washington St., Boston, It will be forwarded by mall,
free ot postatre, to any part of the L'nlled SUtes.
XT FENN if TUTTLKt Rutand, Oeneral Agtntt for
Sir Jniiic CtnrU'fl Frmnlr Pill. The great
English Kennedy, Everybody knows the Use of them Fif
ty in a bottle, securely sealed, and can be sent, post-paid for
Thu Proprietors hld humlreds of testimonial tn thf vtr.
tues of S.tr Jamen ClarkeU Female VUI but their peculiar
future prevents publicatloni certain It Is they are the only
sure anl sito remedy in use f r all those painful and dan
gerous dlsases peculiar tu the female constitution. Id all
cases of N rvous and Hpiml Affections, Pain In Ihe Back
ana umtii, Jieaviuens, ratigue on slight exertion, I'a1plta
tlon of the llearl, Lowness of Hpirits, Hysterics, -ick Head
ache. Whites and all nalnful diseases occiil-med bv a dlmr.
dered system, tbese Pills will effect a cure whn all other
means have failed. They never fait to tnodtrate excennet
and to remote obtructton$, from whatever cause Tbev
are purely vegetable, aul will not Injure the most delicate
constitution, for particulars, semi lor a pampbpH to the
Agent, uue uouar aim six imiugu moips seni io any au
thorised A cent, will Insure a bottle by return mail.
(E7-goJe United States Agent, JOB MOSKS, 27 Courtlandt
Street, New York.
Sold by J, Ci.iRx, hod I. N. Tnosy, Drattteboro. and by
11 Driifrcrlaf TvM
IIunnrsreirTIu Anoilynr. The real necessity
of this splendid preparation was two-fold, and well has It
proved how this necessity has been met. To have a true and
natura Opiate for all casesul Loss of Sleop, and Nervous
Dehilitr, and JnthtpatmodU for all JVeuralyiet Rheumatic
uout listeria, I'araiytic anx&t. i ttuy uanc$ cases as an
Inward application, without K'uclng any of the horrors or
bad effects of Oplutnt or preparations of Opium but a prepa
ration that, should li fail of reach! nir the complaint would
leave no stain f dekitity behind. For Tooth ami Ear Achtt
iur jrrnouf or common AtCK iieaaacne, ior ine suaerinfr in
Monthly Mrntrution,J)iitreti aj "itr Eating it is almost
Infallible. It Is the production or u celebrated herb (rem
nfa,perfe4y natural in Us color, uniform In action, ami
by confidence to test it, wtU be Mini the greatest necessity
In Every Family TUIa preparation has the most unquali
fied eOUUUTrtlW uf iariru nitnbr ,.f Phvil.-lnni U oiinl n.tli-il
bynthorouKh knovledae of medicine, and It Is tint wish of
tne proprietor was n may ho accepted with perfect conu
.denc by all, as free froea every species of quackery, and
JOHN h. IIUNNKU-KI
... ... . , -"""Mu, jm
THE GREAT I3KII MAX IIKILMITTEL
Will positively cure
CATAniUI, IlItONCHlTlS, COCGHS, GOLDS,
And the first stages of
If V IT li it r A
saie uy an .
Druv(ilts. Price per Bottle, $2
it rir.ua ft i wtir.H.
Druff'sts, No. no Washington etrvct, Doslou.Maii ,
Gsoeral Afvnl. Twli
It l CmttilrrfVlfi'il. Be sure and see "Hint th
name of J, ft K, DUNttTKH, Ltmilon, It on the bottle, nnd
you will then obtain the best Indon Dock Ulu, to be had.
To thn Yfliutn nr fllil. Male nr Female. If rou havo
Wen suffering from a habit Indn'gnt In by the youth f both
sexes, which causis so many al turning symptoms, it unfits
thtm Tor marriage, iumI Is tb-j greatest evil which can befall
man or women. See svmptoms enumerated In advertise
ment, nnd If ydu are a suffirrr, cut out tho advertise., ent
and semi for It nt once. Deliys are dangerous. Ask for
lleimiraM's take no otnrr, uures guaranteed, iiewareoi
counterfeits and Imitations ,
Nhrnvra nTWhrnt. The rich iroMen sheaves of the
western wheat fields give the flavor andilchnessol the cele
brated Golden Sheaf Bourbon. Sold In Urge square bottles
Ilnlr !)yrl flnlr llyrl Dnlchclor's (Hebratcd
HAUL DYH Is Ihe best In the worll, The only Harmte
True and Reliable Dye Known. This splendid Hair
Dve is Perfect chant. s Ked. Kutvnr Grev Ilnlr. Int tntlv
to a lltoy Jllaek or Natural llrown, without Injuring the
lUIr or staining the skin, leaving the II ilr SoK nnd beautl
full Imparts fresh vitality, frequently restoring Its pristine
color, nud rectifies the 111 effect of Bad Des. The Genuine
is signed ttll.l.lAM A. LiATt-lll-nm, an otners are mere
Imitations, nnd should be avoided, fold by all Druggists,
Ac, FACniKY H DAKCLA Y STKKIT, N fcW YOHK.
Ilatchetor'a Tieto toilet Cr turn fur Drtttmy the lluir.
WititKCRS 1 1 1 Those wishing n fine set of Whls'ters, a
nice Moustache, or a heauthul head of glossy hair, will
please read Die card of TU09. F. CHAPMAN In another
I art of this paper. 3mo8
illil l;jris islmli' irv. a pnmpiuci nirming now
tn spentiiy restore sigtii an i give up spaciacies, wmium mu
nfdoctornrm'dlcino. Sent by mill free, on rcdelptoflO
. t.t .)..... V II Li lilTl' SI 11.
uaio Jlou Jtroaun nj , av ni
Cniwiiniptlnii. A TAluible treatise by a IMtrei
Physlcl-in, on the nature of Consumption nnd Its v rlous
BtAjres, together with rules for selMrnatment, nud simple
precrfptb'iis which hate cund thousands, fl ill be sent, Iree
of charge, to nny one applying. It will cost you nothing and
may bo tho mctns of saving your money nnd perhaps yunr
life. Bend nn addressed envibqw to
STLTIILN HAMLIN, M. D., SI Murriy-st ,
3m8 New York City.
To Coiin in pi I vrw. The Advertiser, having been re
stored to health in a few weeks, by a ery simple rtmedy,
after havlim suffer eel several years whh n severe lung a (Tec
tlou,and that dreal dheae, Cn-ifumptlon ! anxious to
make known to his fellow suffiPTS the means t f cure.
To nil who desire It. he wl!l semi ennrrtf the irecrIptlon
ued (free of ch irge) with the directions fur preparing nnd
usimr tho same, which th y w III ll ml a unn Genu for Con
BUMmo, AsTtiMi, Bronchitis, Ac, The only object of the
ndtertlxcr In sending the Preset Ipltoti Is to benefit the nf-
lilctol, and sprcid Information hicl be conceives to be in-
nn.l l.t . .o,v,nnlfir wilt In' l,ti mrnPilv.
as it will enrt thtm nothing, and may proe a i.lesing.
'urtlts Wishing the prescription win pieasc at.iress
1UV. KDWAKD A. WILSGS,
3mos7 Williamsburg, Kings County, New York.
F.ditor of Phanixt Deir Sir: With your permission I
wish to say to the renders of your paper that I will semi by
return mall, to all who wish It (lre ) a Kcclpe, with full dl
rcctlons for making and uslmra simple Vegetable Balm that
will cff dually remove. In ten days, Pimples, Blotches, Tan,
Freckles, and all Impurities of the Skin, leaving the same
soft, clar, smooth nil t Beautiful.
I win aio man rr( t io mose naving uaiu jienus, or nare
Fnei. slmide directions and Information that will enable
them to start a full growth of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers, or
Moustache, in less than thirty oajs.
All Applications answered by return mall without charge,
THOS. V CHAPMAN. Chemist.
3moS 831 Broadway, New York.
rroii'n I'rrlmlirnl Drons. The creat Female
Keimily for Irregularities. These Drops are a scleiitlficilly
coinpoundtHl fluid prcparathin, ard better than nny Pill,
Powders, or Nostrums. Being liquid, their action is direct
and positive, rendering them u reliable, speedy and certain
specific Tor the cure or all obtr net Ions awl suppressions nf
nature. Their popularity Is indlciti-l'by the fact that over
100 .000 1 tot ties are annually sold anil consimed by the la
dies of the United States, every one of whom spenk In thu
strongest terms d praise or tlulr gr'nt merits. They are
rapidly taking the place of every oth r Funale Kcmcely, and
are cons'.derel by nil 'tho know ttughtol them, as the surest,
infest, and most Infallible preparation In the world, for the
cure of all Innate complaints, the removal of all obstructions
of nature, nud the promotion of health, regularity and
strength. Kxpllclt 'directions stating when, they may tie
used, and explaining when and why they shfuld not, nor.
could not be used without producing effects contrary to na
ture's cnosen laws, win ie careiuuy lomeu arouim earn doi
tle, with the written signature of Jtmx L. Ltox, without
which none arc genuine.
Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LYON, 195 Chapel Street, New
Haven. Conn., who can lie consulted cither personally, or by
mall, (enclosing stamp.) concerning all private disease and
Sold by Druggists everywhere.
Qen'! Agents for U. S. and Canadas.
CIcmiHO tlic niooil.
With corrupt, disordered or vl
tuted Blocd, you -nre sick all
over. It may burst out In Pim
ples, or Sores, or in some active
disease, or It may inertly keep
you iisues", jcpresseu ami goou
lor nothltitr. But you cannot
.iave good h'altli while your
bbwwl Is Impure. Ateh's Sir
rfiPARiLi.i purges out these im
purities ard stimulate; s tlieor
irans of life Into viorous action.
restoring the health .ni spelling disease. Hence It ripid
ly cures n variety of c midalnts which are caused by impu
rliy of blood, nujh as Acroufl, or Kmgt Evil 7'umors,
Utcern S-irei Eruption, Ptmple, Htotchm lioili, St.
Anthony' Fire, (oe or Eryiptat Trttr or Salt
Ithrum, Scald Head, Ring H'orm, Cancer ur Cancerous
Tumors, Sore Eyes, Female l)tieae,uch a ftrtentian,
Irrmulnrit,, S.r.,rttian. II' h ten. Sterillt (. Ills Sui'hillS
or Vjnereal l)ienen, Lixer Complaints, nud Heart Dis
eases, iry ATI R'd SUtiiPARlLLA, c
surprising activity nlth which It cleanses the bloud and
cures thesi disorders. .
During late years the puMIc have neen milieu ny large
bottles, pretending to give a qu irt of Kt tract of Sarsaparil
la lor one dollar. Most of these have been frauds upon the
sick, for they n: t only cont du liitle, If any Sarsap irlll i, but
uuen no curative properties wimiev.T. jituw,niuu uis.iji
polntment lias followed the use ot the various extracts of
of Sarsaparllla which flo-jd the market, until the name-ltsdf
has become synonymous with Imposition nnd cheat. Still
we call this cimpmtitl "Sirsipiriua." ana imen-i io euppi
such a remedy us shall rescue the name from the load of ob
loquy which rests upon It We think we have good ground
ior IM lieVIIlg ll IMS VUIUPS nniCU are lrrmi-ui'ie nj mv ur
(Bnarr run bf the it i teases it Id Intended to cure. We Can
only assure th) sick, that wo offer them the Iwst alteratlv
which we know now io prouuee, ami w nar? rcusuu iu w
lieve, it Is by Tar tho m st efftfCtu tf purluir uf Hie blood yet
discovered by nny body.
Atkh';! Ciikrry Pkctohil Is so universally known to sur
pass everv other remedy for the euro of Vouuhs, Colds, In
fiaema, Hoarseness, Croup, llronchitis, lucipirnt Con
sumption, and Tor the roller or L'or.sumpine ra icr.ii in au
vaiiced stages or the disease, that it is useleis here to recount
the evidence of Its virtues. The world kn .ws them.
Pren ired by Dn, J. 0. Ayr & Co., Uwill, Mass., and sold
by Druggists and dealers everywhere, At Brattloboro, by
I. N. TllJRS, CLAHK A WlLLARD. JOSKm CLaKK, TyLbtt hi
In this Villnco. Anril Ctli.by llcv. M.irk Uarivnter.
Sir. Waiiiikn 1',. Hanks mid Miss Svlvia A. IlALt
both of Uraitlclioroj nlo nt the nmo tlmo nnJ plnce
by the sumo. Mil. .Iamfs A. Mattiikws uf l-urtlnnd,
.Mnincnnd mm maiicia .1. UAiii'Kvmt m tins pincc.
At Montiiclier, April 6lh, nt the rehlence of the
brlile'n nnclo, hy Itev. W. II. I.unl, HlltAM Oltcurr,
principal of (jlenwond Lntlics' Sctnliiiuy nt c$t
llrattlcboro, nnd Kluhs L. Dana of l'oughkcepsio, N.
At Oullford, April 11, by Kcv. Jf. Webster, Henry
II. CtiASK, Cnpt of Co. Jf, 11th Vt. Vols, and JIaiiy
L. WjiKKi.int of Oullford.
At Vet Dummcrston, April 2d, Mauy V.., Into wife
of I.eroy Knnpp, nnd diiughtrr of Mr. Ilcnjuinln Stick
ney, ncod 33 ve.ru, 1 month nnd 20 dnys.
At Vernon, Slnrch 20th, Maiiia 1!., wife ofThomns
i:. Toboy, 20 yeurn.
At llurlinuton, April Cth, IIoRACi; Loomis, In tho
Old venrof Ins nee
At'Xewfune, Mnrcli21, 1'i'iinAiM Mouse, to jcar,
10 monthi nnd 1 day.
At Uullford, March 20, ClJAm.li: T. l'l'FFKii, nged
At llcrnnrdtton. Mass , April 1st, .Use A., wife of
urcn nuuo, npen a.
At tJlicstcrflebl, N. II., April 2, Asa Day, aged 68
W ANTK1) : A MAX, UNMARRIED, TO
v T an re, take care or horses, garden and r nder him
self generally usiful. Must tie a steady man, of good char
ade), Ac. Apply to F.LItt CHAKL11:k,
3wl5 y Folsom House, Drattleboro,
T IUERATION NOTICE
1 lureby glr notice tht I, IVlwarl Adam). my ion,
1IIHAM W A I.LAO i: ADAMS, till lime from tUi ilxtu, nnd
tiall claim nont of hit earning, nor pay any debt, at hi.
contracting aiier tins uaie.
Newfane, April 13,1885. H
Furnishing Goods Store,
rpilE UNDERSIGNED would reippctfully
JL announce to the people of Brallleboro and vicinity that
tie has taken one of the stores In
Wynian & llcrrlck's New Block,
where he Intends j keep a full supply of erery thing pertain
Ing to a Hrit class
Alio a choice line of
GENT'S FCIINISHINO GOODS,
UMllKEI.IiAS TRUNKS, VALISES,
Ilarlnj annlher f-loro In connection with Ililt, and being
.u .... uinr.ricrfry weeKwe iiiail nave ricniite. ror ooiain
ln new ami doilraUe itcxali, nuch cmuot f4ll to render
entire lattifactlon to all who may favor at with a call.
II, A. GOODRICH.
No. 3 Union Mock, Uratllitoro, VI ,
1) Ko. 3 Hotel Block, Iltohburj, Hail.
LEITE11S IlKMAININQ UNCLAIMED
. 'J?.1110.1'0 0m" '"l"llrn, State nf Vermont, A prll
7, isas. To obtain any nf then tetter,, tho annlleant inut
call for 'AoraatuaD t.trMa, Src the date nt Iht. Hit, and
pay one rent (or idTertlslnK. If not calleilrnr In one monl
tliey irlllbeientto the Head beUerOlllce. letter. toHran
Ken or Tranilent Vliltnn In a Town nr Olty wlioe neclal
adi!rc la unknown thirnld lie marked In the lower left hand
corner with the word 'Transient.' Place the poU.ie Uimp
o.l Ihe upper right hand corner and leave ,ince lietween the
Harnp ami dlri ctlon fi,r mt marking without Interfering
wllh the writing. N, 11. A ItequMt for tho Jteturn ol a let
term tho writer, If unclaimed within 30 day.nr Inn, wrlllen
or printed with the wrltrr'i name, l'nat ofll.e an.l State
across the left haiHl end of the llnrclopo on the face side, will
1 cotnpll, it with al the usual prepahl rate of postage paya
ble when the letter Is delivered to tho writer.
Jones, Unit. J, C.
Llscom, John P.
Pierce, lloyal A.
Kh.I, Clins. F.
II isllngs. Mrs. Sarah
Knnpp, Mrs. Maria
Ijine, Miss Sarah 12
Moulton, Mr.. Lucv
Moore. Miss Lnla J.
Plnmmcr, Mrs. Kllen
Pittls, Miss Mollle f.
IVrlvh, Miss llrldget
Wrthrrl.ee. Miss Alible V.
Clark, ltev. Asa P,
Cheney, r S.
Cnrppntcr, .las. D.
Chase, Willi, ll.
Cushmin, Vt'm, V,
Knrl, U. II.
Fisher, Francis A.
Iliimct, Mist Mary
make, Miss Mnry J.
llutltrfleld, Mrs. Lucy
Clark, Mrs. Urnlla
Cheney, Mrs. Untie
llarl. lr. Mwln
OiKMlell. Miss Fanny
I'ANIEI. Kl.l.LUUU, J 11 , f. 31.
Drattleboro, Vt., April Hth, 1805.
KEI.TON'S HOOK STORE
NO. 1 LAKE'S DLOCK.
COItNEK OF MAIN & ELLIOT STREETS !
TT With improved facilities It will ho the aim of the Pro
prietor to keep a
Fill ST CLASS
BOOS - STOKE ! !
New Books and New Music, as usual.
All used In this section.
Also a nana vaukit or C1I01CK fcTANDAKD WORKS
of tho 11KT AUTHORS.
Of tho BEST QUALITY, at LOW PRICES-
N0TK, LETTEIl, CAPlSD DILL PAPERS, KNVELOPES,
PENS, PENCILS, c I
Thu Heat Aaiortuicut la Winillinui County.
The best stylus In the market, as usual and Low Trices.
PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMES!
Orders solicited for Goods In my line and promptly fitted, by
W. FELT ON.
QREAT GIFT DISTIUHUTION !
Watches, Chains, Diamond Kings, &c,
ONE MILLION DOLLARS ! !
All to be Solil for One Dollar Kncli 1 1
WITHOUT KKOAKD TO VALUE.
Not lobe raid for until you know uhat you are to
H tec tie,
'This Is one of the largest firms in the city of New York,
an 1 are doing a very extent ve business and have on hand
the largest stuck that cm be found In that city,1 Oceana
Times, I'ent WaUr, Mich., Oct. i!lst, 1801.
They are Urge dcakrsand their stock is manufactured In
the best st) I, ami of pure moterlals. Telegraph , Sauger
tles, N. CM. 24,1804.
Splendid List of Articles, all to be sold for One Dollar
250 dents' Gold hunting-case watchef, $S0 to (150
500 Ladlfs Gold and hnamelled case watches, f 35 to 70
500 lltrnts' hunting case silver watches, 35 to 70
200 I'lainond rings, 50 to 100
2000 Gold Vet and Neck chains. 2&to 30
3000 Gold Oval Band Bncikts, 4 to 8
6000 Chased Gold Bracelets, 6 to 1&
2000 Chatrbilne chains an-1 Guard chains, 6 to 20
70iX Solitaire and (JolJ Brooches, 4 to 10
20O0 iJiva and Florntl ic Bruocbrs, 4 to 6
5000 Coral, Opal, and Lmerald Brocchcs, 4 lo 8
5000 Mosta ', Jet, Lava, and Florentine Lar Propf, 4 to 8
7500 Uor.il, opal, and Lnirald Ear Drops, 4 td 0
4000 California Diamond I! mist -pirn, 2,50 to 10
300 Hold Fob nnd Wt watch keys, 2,50 to 8
4000 Fob und Vest Ulbbon-slides, 3 to 10
6000 sets &riitalre sleeve-buttons, studs, ic, 3 tu 8
3000 Gobi Thimble, f enclls, A.c, 4 to 8
lOOOOMlui-iture Lockets, & to 8
2000 Gold Toothpicks, crosses, kc, 2 to 8
6000 1' aln Gold Kings, 4 to 10
60OO chased Guld Kings, 4 to 10
10000 Mime Set and fclgnet rings, 2,60 to 10
10000 Callforrla Ulumond Hlngd, 2 to lo
500 sets Ladies Jewelry Jit and Gold, 6 to 15
0000 sets L-td.es Jtwsfcy Cani, IVurl, &c, 4 to 15
lOOOOUold i'-ns,S;ivtrextcn'io.ihold.rs A: pvncllr, 6 to 10
10000 Silver castors. Silver goblets &drl nklng cups, 16 to 60
2000 Silver Fruit anJ Cake baskits, 20 to 60
.Messrs. T. & II. GAUIIAN & CO., 110 Broadway, New
York, extensile .Manufacturers and Importers nf alt the
leading and most fashionable styles of Wiuchr nnl
Jt'ivclry, desiring to Increase their business to an untnu
It'.'d extent, have resolved upon a Or cat Ulfi Distri
bution, subject to tho reguUtluns followintft
Cen locates, naming each article, and Its value, arc placed
InSKiLtn Ehvklopfs, nud well mixed. One nf lhes envel
opes will bti sent by null to any addrcsii on receipt of 25 cents.
Alt Articles sold at One Dollar each, without regard
On receipt of the certificate, you will see wbV. you are to
have, nnd then it is at your optiuu to BenJ the dollar and
take the article or not. Purchasers may thus obtain a Gold
Watch, Diamond King, or any set of Jewelry on our IHt for
ono dolUr, and In no Case can they get less than One Dollar's
worth, as there are no blanks. The price or Certificates is
as followst One for 25centt five for$l( eleven fur $2j
thirty Tor $5 tUty-tlye for (10 one hundrtd Tor (16.
AuusTd will be allowed 10 cents on every Cenlhcate or
dered by them, provided their reinlttanco amounts to one
dollar. AgunU III collect 26 cents for every Certificate and
remit 15 cents to us, either In cash or postage stamps,
T. & II. OA Ufa II A Si CO ..
Opposite Exchange.) 116 ll roadway, Arte York,
IOUXD On tho 23d int a small sum of
. money, which the owner can have by paying for this
advertisement. W, 11. KOCKWKLL.
Drattleboro, March 25, 1865. 3wlt
DISSOLUTION OF COPAKTXEHSHIP.
The copurtniTshlp heretofore existing under the firm
of HQWE & S11KHMAN is this dujr by mutual consent dis
solved, O, I.. HOWE,
NenUne, Mirch 80, 1865. 3wU
A LL l'EUSOXS AVHO HAVE CLiVIMS
XJL aijilnst UOWK k SIIKIIMA.V, are requested to pre
sent mem wttnout ueiay.
And alt ierins who have unsettled accounts are expected
to settle immediately with O. L. SHERMAN, who Is author
ized to settle the same.
Wllllamivllle, Vt., March 30, 105. 14-10
t n n n s.
7011 SALE 500 APPLE 'I'HEES FIIESH
1 ri. v.,..t.t.UAr
Drattleboro, March 31, 1885 3wlX
HERDS (lit A PS SEEDl
RED TOP PKKP;
RED AND WHITE CLOVER SEED
Alt of crime Quality, for sale by
aiarcn si. swi3
Tacisraxa'a Orrici, Hctlaxo, April 1st, 1805,
ASSIGNEES AND OTHERS HOLDING
onlers for allotted pay of the 2d, SJ, 4th, 5th, 5lh and
11th ItrKlments, 3.1 llaarry, Co's K and II, U. B. U. 8. and
turn ha, been received at this offico frora these regiments
recruits fif the 7th Regiment, are hereby notified that re
lo Pec. 31st, 1844, and that the allotments received will Do
uistritiatea in in, usual manner.
JOHN U. 1'AOK,
ROSS & PEAROE,
T Librrly Sqiinrr.
AflKNTSTO CANVASS FOR
PI SLUIIKD r
Vt, 3 . 1I0LLAN D, of Springfield, Mass.
Apply to JOHN M. OR0UT, West Rratlleboro, VI.,
(lencral Agent for Vormout.
gTATE OF VERMONT,
Adjutant nnd lbs pec tor General's Office,
Woqdstocxi March 23, 1505.
(Ik.xkual OriDKtt Ko 0.
1. Authority Is herrhv gtven to raise ono regiment of Cav.
airy, to consist of twelve companies ol one hundred and
three officers and men each, to constitute a portion of the
Mlltth of this State, under the Act or the General Assembly,
pnllllM "An lot r.i flH4nlln th tlilldn .,.i,o.,l .....
11, 1801 , Volunteers to the numlHT of twenty.lire or more, !
win ifs rrrcivcii uniu me nrsi nay oi .nay, a. if, lsoa, rrom
any locality In theBtatei at which time companies will bo
Arranged, having reference to locality In the different mili
tary districts In the tftate and the exigency of the service, as
may be considered by the Commander I tvChtef, by whom
the power It reserved, In the event of an excess of men be
Ing enlisted, beyond tho number ne:essary to flit the regi
ment to the maximum, to reject men offered, or to assign or
tnnsfer from ono locality to another adjacent, for tho pur
pose of completing the organization.
2. Blanks for enlistment contracts will be furnished from
the office of the Adjutant and Inspector General, upon ap.
plication therefoi. The contracts must be taken In duptl-.
cute, nnd when returned to the office of the Adjutant and
Inspector General, must contain, In lorsed thereon, a certifi
cate of a physician In regular practice, and or gnd standing
In his profeslon, that he has personally examined the men,
whoso names appear (hereon, nnd that they are physically
souud nnd able to peiform military duty.
3. No recruits will Ihj received, who will not furnish their
own horses for nil drill and parades, without charg, except 1
when called Into active strvlce. And the enlistment con
tract mut have Indorsed thereon the certificate of trie Select
men of (he town hi which the recruits reside, or other proper
lerson, that the men, whoso mimes appear thereon, own
each n horse, or have ample means to prnrure one.
4 The compinlcs, when completed, will Ihj organised by
the ckcllon nt officers. In accordance, so far as may be
practicable, with the provisions of Oeneral Onlcr No. 1, of
the Governor of Vermont, dated Nov 29, 1801 and when
the IwlIvc companies shall haro tcen organised, the regi
ment will b organlicd hy the election of Field Ofllcers, upon
orders here.ifier to l Issued.
6, As soon as the companies shall hivo been raised and
organized, the arras, tnulpments and uniforms will bo dls
6. In the event f Mlure to raise, by volunteering, by tho
lime limited, the number f men required, assignments may
bo mado to districts of the tmmtxrof men required Tvm
Uy order of His Excellency,
J. GHEGOKV SMITH,
Govtrnor ant Commandrr-in Chief
Adjutant and Inspector General.
JTCII! ITCH! ITCH!
SCRATCH I . SCRATCH I
Wheat oil's Ointment
Wllili CUUHTlin ITCH IN 48 IlOUIlR.
Also rure-SLT HIIEUM. IILCKK3. CIIILDLAINS. and
All bUClTIONSOFTHRSKIN. Price 60 cents.
By sending 00 cents to I. N. fllOUN, Agent, Bra.tf,cbor.),
Vt., It wH be forwarded by mall, free of postage, to any part
of the l'nlf'1 Stnles.
Weeks h Totter, Sole Agents, 170 Washington St., Boston.
jVTEW KXGLAX1) FAXCY DYE WOIIKS.
Having mide extenMve additions an1 Imnrnvcments. we
nre now ready to dye Coltoti and Woolen GkhIs, Silks,
Thllwts, Delaines, and every variety of floods that may
come to h.md, alt of the new colors and shades of colors that
fancy may call for, nnd will he done In a minner that cannot
be surptssed by nny other works, nnd to the sat I section of
every reasonable customer.
Office At J, Ilettlng's Cabinet Furniture Ware Kooms,
Cnrmr Main nnd lllirh-Sts..
0wl2 Brattlebrro, Vt.
TOTICn. THE TRUSTEES OF THE
1 1 first Mortgage Bondholders id tho Vermont Vall-v
lUllnrid Commny will nay thi Counnnsdue Anril 1. IRStf.
on und after Saturday April 1, lbG5. at the Office of the
Treasurer of the Compiny In Bellows Falls. For the con
venience ox tno iiniiiiMers in rsew l nrk anl elsewhere, the
Couions will be uild for the si.ice of om nunth. vizi from
the 1st or April to 1st of May, from 11 A. M. to '2 I. M at
the Office of Alexander Hamilton, Jr., 41 Wall Street, Jauu
cey Court, and (hereafter will only be paid at the Office of
me ireasurer in nuuows raus.
Dated March 21, ISCi. 13-15
HOME INS. CO. OF THE CITY OF NEW
York. Cash Capltal,$l,000,000 turplusovcr $300-
OW. The subscriber Irtving accepted the Agency of this
Company und having (lied In the Secretary of State's Office
the evidence of Its res pom I bll ity, required by our H till ate, Is
now prepare,! to take runs or property usually insured in
this vicinity, on favorable terms and vrant Policies with
out delay, Thi perfect responslbllitf of this Company and
the known character of Its officers f ntitlo It tn ft rank among
tne very nm in our country. i, u. jilad, Agent.
iirattlcburo, Jan. 1,
Grnc Vinrt. Sniiill Fruits, Roses, Shrub,
I'lnnta, Iliilbou Routn, KvertfrrtiiK, A:c-
A COMPLETE AND EXTENSIVE AS-
xsortm"nt of superior stock, described by our New Cata
logue, (malM on receipt ol stamp.) and represented by
sample stock dally received from Nurseries, and Dffvred for
sale nt our cellars, No. 2S and 30 Water street, corner of
Devonshire street, Boston. Call and examlue, or write us,
if you Intend to plant.
Cwl3 urricK It V atkh &triet.
The niorniETons of the town of
Newfane In ihe County of Windhim. are hereby notl-
Qed that the taxes assessed by said town wftbln three years
next preceding this ibit remln In wltole br p irt unpaid, on
the following descrtl-vd lands in said town, to wltt
A cert.ilu tract or piece nf land deeded by S tml Ingram
tn his sons Dtvlght an I Chester Ingram and heirs. And re
cnnle I lu tho office ol the Town Clerk of said town o( New
fane intb'Mistor deeilsvol. tt,pige 114, to the amount of
$41,3,1 and so much nf sakl land will be add U Public
Auction, on sat I premises In siM Town, on the 13th day of
May next at 1 oVock In the Afternoon, as shall be reoulaite
to discharge said Uxes with covt, unlei-s previously paid.
it. m. ritAii,
First ContabIe of Newfane for 1862-3-4.
Ncwfhne, April 3.1, 1SC5 3wl4
A T WOOD'S
PATENT DRILLING MACHINE,
' PILE DHIVKU,
HYDRAULIC SAND TUMP,
PRACTICAL TF.STS having fully demonstrated the su
periority of this machine nvcr all others for the purpose of
sinking Oil Wells, the uudirslgned ii now prepared to re
ceive orders for the same,
This, machinery comprises everything requisite for tho
boring of oil Wells, except ihj ST HAM KNGINK AND
CAST IRON DRIVING HPE, (but will be rurnlshed, U de
sired, nt a reasonable rrlce,) and dispenses with the use of
the Derrick Rope, Dull wheel and other cumbrous and ex
pensive fixtures now In use, and is so Arranged, being con
structed on wheels and portable, that It can be easily re
moved for the purpose of sinking wells Indifferent localities.
TIIK DETRITUS Is removed from the welt by our Patent
Hydraulic process, and does not require the removal of the
drill from the boring, Tlds process not only removes all
the detritus In from 6 to 10 minutes, hut likewise ctTvctually
clears nut and opens all the small oil veins that are so often
entirely closed up by the old prices s of sand pumping.
. WITH THIS MACHINE and a practical engineer, a well
can be sunk from 100 to C0Q feet within a period of from IS
to 30 days after the soil pipe has been driven.
Arrangements are being mtde for the construction and
delivery of these machines at New York, Norwich, Newberg,
N. Y., and Pittsburg, Penn.
For further Inform atlon, price, terms, 4c, address,
SIMEON LELAND, '
MxTBoi-ouiAtr Hot it L,
3mosll New York,
The Atlantic White Lead
and Linseed Oil Co.,
of New York,
Manufacturers of PURE WHITE LEAD
Dry and in Oil, RED LEAD, LITHARGE,
Glass-maker,' Red Lead, etc.
Also, LINSEED OIL, Raw, Boiled and
For sale by Druggists & Dealers generally,
ROBERT COLGATE & Co.,
187 Pearl St., NEW YORK.
"rpiIE FIRST NATIONAL RANK OF
Is prepared to recelre subscriptions for tho
$.,00,000,000 7 3-10 NOTES.
These notes are to be dated June 1&, 1866, and the interest
rora the date of deposit of the money to that time will b
paid to the parly making the deposit.
These noles are of rqutl value and goodness In all resects
as the previous lima and Is unquestionably the best Invest
ment In Ihe market.
Information cheerfully furnished la regard to all United
States securities. "
S. M. WAITE, Cashier.
March W, 1866 31
STATE OF VERMONT, UVitmlnslrr, S.8.
The Probate (hart In and for sail District.
Tn nil persons Intercsled In the Kstate or NATHAN W.
JOHNSON, late of Jamaica, In said Dlstrl :t,deceasid,
You are hereby notified that WILL AM It.CARR, Admin
istrator of said Kstate has filed his petition In writing rep
resenting that It Is necessary to sell n part or nil of the Ileal
Kstate of uld decpAst'd, nnd his pmyed for licenso to sell
the same) And that said Court wilt decide upon iild ap
plication nt tho Sisslon thereof to be held at the Inn lately,
nccupled by WILLIAM BTRA I'TON In Grafton, In said
Diurk-t, on the first Wednesday of May, 18G5, when and
where you can lie heard In the premises, If you shill see
cause, C. B. EDDY,
April 6, 1805, 16
STATE OF VERMONT, Wrtminstrr, S. S.
The Hon, Probate Court for siid District.
To all persons Interested In the Utcof JAMl ROBIN
late of Jumrilc.i, deceased, testate, Ortettng 1
You arc hereby noil ed thit An Instrument purporting (0
be the last will and tctnmnt or aM deceased has been pre
sent. d to this Court for probate, by HAMMOND I.IVKR
MORE, the Executor therein named, and Hut said Court
will decide ukiii the probate thereof nt a special s"sstnn
to be held at the I'robate Office In Townshnd, In said Dlls
trlct on the fUli day of May, I8(U, at 10 o'clock In the fore
noon, when h nd where you can be heard In the premises, If
you Kce cnuie. C. B. EDDY, R-glslcr
April 8, 1805. 15
TATE OF -VERMONT, Mauuioro, S.S.
The Probate Court for said District.
To all whom ft may concern,
You are hereby unified that JOHN ADKIN8, G'inrdlan
of ARTHUR E. .MUCIN?, has made applicailon inaritlng
to this Court fir license to sell an undivided h itf of a house
and houae lot In Centrcvllle, 111 Drattleboro, on the ground
that such sale wilt he bene fie I il to his said W,ir1, nud that
this Court will dec'.Je upon Hall application nt the .Session
thereof to R Ik Id At the Pron.itc Office, 111 BrAtlle1iorn,ln
sab) DiSLrIct,on Ihcl.irt atuntny or April, A. D 1805,when
An 1 where you may be heard In the premises, U you sco
cause. H A. KKYE3, Register.
STATE OF "VERMONT, Marlboro, S. S.
The Probate Coutfosaid District,
TnnH persons Interested In the Estnbof DANIEL G.1IC
M13, late of Dunnnurstun, ileceiswl, Greeting!
You ure hereby notified that this Court will dictdeunon
the Allowance of tli nrcount of WILLIAM nKMId, Ad
inhilstrubir upon said Estnte, nnd decre: distribution llierwif
Among the persons crdltleil Ihireto, at the Session tliereor to
be held nt tho Probate Oificf, in nrattlelmro. In snld Dis
trict, nn the last .atunliy or April, A. D. IStiS, wh"n and
where you may be heard In the prcroiseH, II you sc cause.
A. KEYE3, Pglsler.
STATE OF VERMONT, MAin.noRO. S. S.
The Probate Court for said District
To all persons IntercMcil mthe Estale or JAMES CLARK,
late nf II ilifas, dcccned Greetingt
You are heteby notified th it this'Court will decide upon
the account uf STEI'llKN NILUS, Administrator upon said
Estatt, and decree distribution thereof among the panwins
entitled thereto, at the eslon of said Court to be held
nt the Prolutu Office In Brallleboro, in said District, on the
last Saturday or April, A. D. 1805, when and where you may
be heard in the pnmlses, If you sec c.iuse-
44 A K EYES', Register.
TATE OF VERMONT, Marliioro, S. S.
1 The Probate Court for said District.
To alt nersons Interested In the Kstate or HTEl'lICN
BALL HID late or Stratton. deceased, Greeting!
You ure hereby mrtlficd that this Court will decide upon
allowance of the account of MARTIN LE NARD. Admlnls-
etrator upon said Estate, and decree distribution thereof
among the persons ent It lei 1 then to, at the session thereof toH
no hell at me i'niHie tiuici; in liiniueooro, in s im uismci,
on the List Saturday of A p. il, A. D. 1 8G5, when and where you
may be heard In thu premise. II you see cause.
11 A. KEYEr), Register.
STATE OF VERMONT, Marlboro, S. S.
The Probate Court for sai I District.
i'o aM persons Interested in the Estate of ASA WHEELER,
late ofllrattleboro, deceased, Greetingt
Ynuarelrreby notified that this Court will didde upon
the application of HANNAH WHEELER, widow of said de
O'aied, Tor an mstgnment of person il property, at the Ses
sion thereof to he hull at the Probite Otllce In Drattleboro,
In sail District, on the WH Saturday of April, A D. 1863,
when and where you may be h;ard In the premises, if you
see cau3e. U A. KEYEd, Register.
STATE OF VERMONT. Makldouo, S.S.
The Probfte Court for said District t
To persons interested tn the Estate of SANFOKD S.
FAIRBANKS, late of ILtlifax, deceased, Greetingt
You are hereby notified thai this Court will decide upon
the petition of A LMI1U FAIRBANKS, Widow of sa'd de
ceased, for nn assignment of iwrsonal pronerty at the ses
sion thereof to be held at the I'rob ite Ofiice In Hi attH Iwro, In
said District, on the la-t Saturday of April, A. D 1865, when
nnd wheru you may be heard In the premises. If you see
cause. 14 A. KEYES, Register.
CJTATE OF VERMONT, Marlboro, S. S.
O The Probate Court for said Dhtrictt
To all per sons interested In the Estate of ALEXANDER
CAPEN, lit 3 of Brattleboru, dec-.sed, Grettingt
You are hereby notified that this Court will decide upon
the allowance of the account cd JAMES II. CAPEN, Ad
ministrator upon said Estate, And decree distribution
thereof among the Hraons entitled thereto, nt the session
thereof to br held At the Probate Otllce, In llrattlcboro. In
said District, on the last Saturday of April, A. D. 1865,
when and where you may hi heard In Ihe premises, If you
seecause. 14 A. KEYES, Register.
STATE OF VERMONT, Marldouo, S. S.
The Probate Court for said District.
To all persons lutercsttd In the Estate of TlluMAS
MILLER, latii of BrattleU'ro, deceised, Greetingt
Wherein, HARRIET MILLER, has prcseuted to this Court
an Instrument purjiorilng to be the last Will or said
deceased Ior probatei You are henby notified Uiat this
Court nlll di-ci le uinn the probat 1 or said Instrument at the
Session then iof to le held at the Pr-'bute Otllce, In BruttMio.
ro. In said District, on the last butuMay or April, s. it. is 00,
when amV w) iere you mav appear and contest the s ime if you
aeecaun. 14 A. KEYES, Register.
fiTATE OF VERMONT, Marlboro, S. S.
The Probate Court for said District.
To all pefsons Interested in the Estate of WILLIAM E.
NICIlOL-i, Vate of Brattleloro, deceased. Greeting:
You ore hereby not 1 fie-1 that this Court will decide up
on the HllojrHnceof the Account or WILLIAM II. VINTON,
Administrator upon said Estate, and decrecdlitnbutl'-n there-
or amo tin irons emitieii therein, at tne session tnervoi
to be In -Id 1-1 t!i- It.. I)., to Office In Drattleboro, in said District,
on thi Ut iturd ly 1 1 April, A. D. 1S65, when And where
you ru ty h? luard In the premises, If you see cause.
11 A. KEYia, Register.
STATE OF VERMONT, Marlboro, S. S.
The lion. Probate Court for said District.
To att pcrtums interested In tho Estate or ADDISON
BRAVO N, Jr., late or Rr.itlMf.ro,decensed, Greetingt
Whereas, 1'LOKlliA L. BROWN, has presented to this
Court nn Instrument purporting to be the last W ill of said
deceased, for Probate ( ox bp hereby notified that this
Court will decide upon th I 'rob.it e of said luitrumentat the
nesslon tin ret f lo !j heM at the Prob ite Otllce in Drattleboro,
In said District, tm the last Saturday of April. A. D. 1865,
when an whcie you may appear aul contest the same, if
yousce cause, 1 a. tci.a,uegisier.
STATE OF VERMONT. Marlboro, S. S.
The Probate Court for said District!
To alt persons Interested In the Estate of RUSSELDAS-
COM, late of Halifax, deceased, Greetingt . . , WheVcus,
OKOIUli; P. BASOOJI, Administrator upon said Estate, has
made applic 1 tlon In wrli lug to this Court setting rrth that it
win ne neneuciai 10 uie teirs una au persons inieresuu in'
said Kstate to sell about 40 acres or the Real Estate ol said
deceased, nnd praving for licenie to sell the same accordingly,
and bus fited in this Court the consent and approbation of
all the heirs of said deceased, resiling in this State, to such
s ale 1 You are hereby notified that this Court will decide
upon said application at the Session thereof to be held at
the Probate Otllce In Drattleboro, In said District, on the last
Saturday of April, A, D. 1805, when and where you may be
Jieard In the premises, If you see cause.
14 A. KEYES, Register.
The undersigned Commissioners upon the Estate of
HOD ART HO0GHTON,
lata of AVIIioliiRton, deceased, will attend to the duties as
signed to them at tho Olllco ot J'l.UHl k SON In Mlmln?
ton, on the ulu-ruoun of the second Saturdays of May aud
bi.'t months from the 13th of February, 1SG5, is the lime
limited Ity the Court for creditors to prove their claims.
miimngtoo, Jiarcn is, i boo,
II. 1.. U.UINAKI),)
UUEL SMITH. 5 Commissioners.
THE BEST PLACE TO DTJV
33 Is A.KTK 33 o OIES ,
STATIONERY OF ALL RIXDS,
F. C. EDWARDS'S,
First Donr North of tlio American House.
0-A.au 3P aid Foil
Willi E, BROWN, AND WOOLEN RAGS,
OLD BOOKS AND PAPER,
F. C. EDWARDS,
First Door North of the American House,
Afteucy for ll.o Asiisiionlnlril Pacific Gunno
We are receiving a constant supply of this superior guano,
which will he found one of Ihe Cheapest and licet 1'or-
ttlicors in the Mnrkot.
it is a yenMine tmparttd Guano, containing from seventy
to eighty per cent, of Phosphate of Lime, to which h is been.
added hy a chemical process, an adequate percentage of Am
monia, so fixed that it cannot evaporate.
It Is powerful and efficacious, capable of carrying th,
crops through Ihe season, maturing the same bef.re the
early Imst, and leaving Ihe soil enriched by the addition of
I'liu.p.iillo ol s....se issue .isiinsaiiliiriss nnus.
It Is adapted tu all soils, and all the various crops, Urass,
Grain. Corn. Potatoes. Hoot Crops. Tobacco. &c. &c as
will ho seen by the uumerous letters and testimonials re
ceived. Kvery farmer and gardcuer should use It. A pam
phlet contatu'hg testimonUle, Ac n 111 be furnished on ap.
plication. u r.u iia i r.. i-ti st, i Ull.
Sinl 15 MILK STH11KT, II0STUN,
p ii . ii o v o if'i' o ft,
NO, 2 ORANITB ELOOB,
Op posito UrntUoboro House,
Q.P.O, DEME1UT & CO.
000 BltOADWAY, N13W-YOHIC,
(COIlNEIt DUANU BTIIKKT )
CHAINS, GOLD PENS AND PENCILS,
Wortll $500,000 t
TO BE SOLD AT ONE POl.I.A ll KAC11 WITHOUT
And not to le paid until you knots ichat you will rtciirt I
SPLKXDII) LIST OF ARTICLES
All lo bo "ol.lforONr. I)OM,AIl riicls I
100 Oold Hunting Cities Watches
100 Gold Wtttclics
200 LndlcV Wntchos
600 Silver Wntchci
000 Gold Neck nnd Vct Clinlni
SIC. 00 to $25.00
13.00 to 10.00
0.00 to 10.00
4.00 to 12 00
1000 Clintcliiln nnd Onnnl Clmlns
SOOO VeU and Neck Chains
4000 Solltairo Jet nnd Cold llroochc? 4.00 to 8.00
4000 Coral, Lava, Harriet, &c, Ilmochc3.00 to 8.00
7000 Gold,. let, 0pnl,&c, liar Drops 3.00 t 8.00
6000 Cents Hrcast and Scarf rins 3.00 to 8.00
0000 Oval Band Dracelets 3.00 to 6.00
2000 Chased Itracclcts 6.00 to 10.00
3600 California Diamond l'InsandI!ln;!S2.60 to 8.00
2000 Gold Watch Keys 2.60 to 0 00
6000 Solitaire Sleeve lluttons nnd Studs 2,00 to 8.00
3000 Gold Thimble. 4.00 to 0 00
6000 Miniature Lockets 2.00 to 7,00
3000 Jlinlatnro Locket", Mnjric 4.00 to 9.00
00 Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, &c. 2 00 to 6.00
3000 Fob and llibbon Slides 2.00 lo 6.00
60011 ChaseJ Gold Plugs 2.00 to 6.00
4000 Stone Set Ilinjrs. 2.00 to COO
0600 Rets Ladles' Jewelry, Jetand (told 6.00 to 16.00
0000 Sets L'idlcs' Jewelry, varied styles 3.00 to 16.00
SOOO Gold l'cns, Silver Cac and 1'encll 4.00 to 8.00
4000 Gold Pcns.Djony'lIoMerund Cne0.00 to 1000
0000 Gold Pens, Mounted Holders 2.00 to C.C0
All the goods In the above List will bo sold without
reservation, for ONI". DOLLAK KACII. Certificates
of all tho various nrilcles are placed In similar envel
opes scaled and mixed. These envelopes will be sent
by mall, or delivered at our cfllcc, with.mt regard to
choice. On receiving a Certificate, you will see
what articU It leprescnts, and It Is optional with you
to"send ono dollar, nnd receive the article named, or
any other In the list of thu satno value.
Hy this mode wo glvo selections from a varied stock
of flno goods, of tho bct make nndlatest tvlc, and of
Intrinsic worth, nt a nominal price, v.liilo all have n
chance of securing articles of the vers highest value.
In all transactions by mall wc charge for forwarding
the Certificates, paying postage, and doing the busl
ness, 25 cents each. Fin Cirtiiicntet will be tent fur
SI ; AVcren for S2 ; Thirty foe 55 ; Siity-fice $10 ;
and One Hundredor S15.
We should supply r.ur wants t our facilities are unsur
passed! our work of unrivalled etc -Hence ; our
promises punctually observed. Our central location
brings us near the most remoto points. Our goods
are new from the manufacturers, and of the latest
and most desirable styles. Tho goods masf be sold
nnd tho terms are unequalled. All articles ordered
aro forwarded by return mall.
Wo guarantee entlro satisfaction in everv instauce,
and if thero should bo liny person dissatisfied wllh
any article they tiny receive, Ihey will Immediately
return It, and the prico will bo refunded.
Aoexts. Wo allow those ncting ns Agents The
Cents un eich Certificate ordered, provided their re
mittance amounts to Ono Dollar.
They will collect 23 cents (or every Certificate, and'
retaining 10 cents, remit to us 15 cents for each.
GEO. DEMERIT & CO.,
303 Broadway, New-York.
rjrniE WINTHIIOP OIL COMPANY
CAPITAL STOCK,.. .$200,000.
Divided into 40,000 Shares.
PAIL VAI.UK is nil SUBSCRIPTION" PR1CE1
3,00 l'KR SHARK.
RESERVED FOR WORKING CAPITAL.
Prralilrsit, R. II. BRADFORD,
Trastircr & Srrrrlary, DANIEL, T. F1TZ.
Office, 20 3XTilof3 Blook,
The fact Hint tho latiil his been ?elrcted bv the
I'rcsldciit nml Mr. Lincoln, ono of tho Trmteoi, with
tho i.stetnnco of ono of thu Lett fiil?M of Oil LnmU
In Oil Creek, plve nvery iisiuiiu.ee to cuch Stock
holder Mint liU imetment U a ure one. '1 hey report
iiii.iviuiuus which cmhuiimi in uicir minus inocerimn
tyof striking Oil.
EVEKETT OIL COMPANY, OF BOSTON,
Cnpllnl Slocli, . . . 5300,000
Par value antl subscription price S5. Amouut of re
served btock, SC0.O0O.
CRP.l5f1R I'. SANGER, Pp-Blilnil,
GEO. noVL.UIt, Scc'r nnd Trcaiircr.
Ollice 20 Kites Block, School St.
Tertons wMiinr to invest in the above substantial
Co., or to oblain information in regard to them, nro
requested to call on the undersized who Is appointed
vuv iur iuu euiq 01 ft 11 in Lieu iiumoer 01 snares.
GILUKRT II. MANN.
BrattleboroMnrch30, 1SG5. 3ml3
rTENNEDY'S IUIEUMATIC LINIMENT.
The attention of the public U called to this roost excellent
or nil unimentt, as h K,TUct unit ipecuycure mr au me
acuesaaa pains uiat nesu is neirio.
IlliriiiiintUiii lacauspd tv a aturnatlon of the fluids,
arltlog from checked (Hfrsplratlon Is cured ly a few bottles
01 txenneays lttieumauc uuiiueni.
Sprnlii are caused by an overextension and a sudden
re-ciion or 1 nf munies is curea uy a lew douics ii tven
nedjr'i Kheuraatic Liniment nail) good for xdhd or beast
Nriiriilulii.thttklnffof all pain. Is rauted by an ln
riammntlofi vt ihe nvrvrn It Instantly cured by a tvw ap
plications or K.ennely'S Kiipumatic untment.
l'lcurly Is an Inflammstlon of the lining: of the ribs
1 cured by a tew bottles of Kennedy's Kheuraatic Liniment.
IlrnUra are caused by a sudieu preisurnrf the flesh
aniisin-isainBoi utu tiifues is iniianuy reueveu cy nen
nelly's Hheumatlc f.lntmnit.
1rninn Is a contraction ol the muicles.caused byasud
denitoppiice of the nervous fluid, which prevents animal life
navmg a rree now is curea ty aiew appucauoas 01 Ken
Ilitloua I'olir Is caused by a neuralgia Intbe stomach
and bowels takea teaipooufulof Kennedy's Rheumatic Llo-
Iroent (n warm water crvry nan nour until urcd,
SoreTlirunl 11 ml lloitrarnrna are caused by an
unnatural dryness ot the glands- wtl a piece of flannel with
Kennedy's Uheuiuatlc Uniment, apply It on going to bed,
ana you will e wen in I tie morning,
Ili'nilnclin 11 ml Tlirobbinx of Hip Trmnlrs
Is caused by a pressure from tnwnslble perspiration Is
cured iy a tew applications 01 nenneuys imeumauc Lint
Wenlinrm of Iho IlncU Follow the directions In
the circular around eat h (Kittle.
For mi rirrrnlnl Horn Tliront you will taVe
one teaiponnful of the Liniment and four teaipoonfuls of wa
ter. Qargle the throat twice a day. In a few days it wilt
be well. This one teaspoonful will be worth a dollar to you.
For HrourlillU and all Inflammation of the throat,
tonsils and palate, with a dry hacking couch, you will dllult
the Liniment with four or live times Its f'ulk of water, gargle
UieviiroBh""""'" 4 ia nri'rr Ilia,
It ll good fr Tootliaclir. Knrnrlir. Kvrllrt1
face ami luiitimiiiniioii 01 every kind, Every fa nil
Ir should Itiue a full supply lor the winter.
Manufactured by DONALD KENNEDY, Uoxbury, Mass.
WINTER'S mCTAtlO DDOWN PAINT
It Is a pure oxide of Iron and Manganese. It mixes
readily with Unseed Oil, UUn lo gallons Ifis per 100
than any mineral, ami xifrtei wore body than any other
paint. It lorms a glossy, unfadlpff, durable metalic coat,
protecting wood fioin decay.and Iron and other metals fro J
ruit or corrosion, , ,
O It does not require grinding, and Is warranted tn give
atUfiuUloii for painting Hallway Cars, Iron Itrldges, Iluus.
es. Hams. Hulls and Deck ofhtpi, rin and Shingle Iloofi,
Jtc. 1I.M-MAIINIIAIj& CO.,
Paint and Varnlil- Manufacturers. Sole Agents
for We.w KngUud States
Siorr TH llroml Street, llostou.
U. S, 7-30 LOAN
Ity authority of the Secretary of the Trea wy, the andcr
ilgncd has assameil the Oeneral Butocrfptlon Agency for
the sile of United States Treasury Notes, bearing seven and
three tenths per cent. Interest, per annum, known as tn
Theao Nolcs are Issued onJcr daloof JUNE 15TII,I8C5,
and art pajrahl, ihre, years frora that lime, In current, or
ar, conrerllble at the opllon ot the holder Into
o. s. 5.20 sue rnn cent.
GOLD-B EARING BONDS.
These bonds nre notr worth a premium which Inereasc,
Oil actual prolit on tho 7-30 loan, and Its exemption from
State and municipal taxation, addtjmm one to three
per cent, more, according to the rate lerlcl on other prop
erty. The Interest Is payable semi-annually by coupons
atlached to each note, which may be cut oB and old to any
batk or hanker.
The Interest amoontl to-
Otto cml per ilny on n S30 nolo
Ttroct-iiia " l OO "
20 " ' " 8IOOO
tl ll l .-,ooo M
Notes of all the denomination, namM will be promptly
furnished on receipt of subscription, and the notes forward
ed at once. The Interest to Mb of Juno will be pall lu ad
vance. This Is
THE ONLY LOAN IN MARKET
now offered by the Government, and It Is confidently
expected that Its superior advantages will make It the
GREAT POrULAK LOAN OF THE PF.0PLR
Ln8s lhan $300,000,000 of the Loan authorized by iha
last Congress are now on the market. This amount, at the
rat's ut which it Is belnj absorbed, will all be subscribed for
within four months, when the notes will undoubtedly com
mand a prtmlum, as has uniformly been the case on closing
the subscriptions to other Loans.
In order that cltltcns of every town and section of
the country may be afforded ficili:lcs for taking Uie loan,
the National Banks, State lUnks, and Private Bankers
throughout th? country have generally agreed to recetvo
subscriptions at par. Subscribers wtll select then own
agents, In whom they have confidence, and who only ire
to be responsible for tho delivery of the notes for which
they receive orders.
SCBscatrnox Agist, Philadelphia.
SCBSCriTTtOSS WILL BI StCKIYID by the
First National Bank of Drattleboro.
.March 25, 1305. 9w3
JjMSK & HATCH,
aSD DElLtai is
. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES,
30 WALL STREET, NEW TORS,
U. S. GOYEIIMIEXT AGEiVTS,
FOR THE 31LE Or TH8
Popular 7-30 Loan.
Under the recent arrangement of the Treasury Department
with Mr. JAY COJKti, General Sub.
Checks and Drafts on New York, Legal Tender Notes and
National Bank. Notes may lie rt-mltted In payment. We
also receive all Ivgat Tender Five Per Cent. Notes, and al
low the accrued interest to date of subscription.
The 7-30 Notes will be forwarded by express, free of
charge, to all points reached by the express companies.
Orders may be forwarded to us direct, or through your
nearest bank or banker.
Persons visiting the city will find a full assortment of the
notes on hand at our ofiice for Immediate detlrery.
Orders by mall should lie accompanied with the address
hi full M which the notes arc to be forwarded.
We hlao keep on hand, and buy and sell at market rates,
all kinds or
UMTJCD STATES SECURITIES.
Accounts of Banks, Bankers, and Individuals received on
On or about the lit of May ro ah ill remove to the commo.
dlwua orticM, No. 5 Nicsil, Htrcst, ContIn:ntal Bank
Building, now occupied by the ad National Hank,
FISIC & HATCH,
Sat 38 Willi Street, S,r York.
THE MXTII NATIONAL BASK
OF THE CITV OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL,, 81,000,000, PAID IX,
FISCAL AfiENT OF THE UNITKD STATES,
Asd Special Agext fob JivCoctc SrtacrirTioji Acest,
Will ilrllvfr 7-30 Note, Free of Clinrgr,
by express, in all parls of the country, and receive lo piy
ment Checks on New York, I hlladr-lplua, and Doston, cur
rent bills. Mutt all five pvr cent. Intm-st notes, with tniereit
to date or subscription. Orders sent by mall will be
"X Hank rvceives the account of Bjnks and Bunkers on
fav rable termi alio uf Individuals keeping New York ac
counts, J. T. HILL, Cashier. 3. U. OUYIS, President.
UFFOI K AND OIL CREEK
830,000 . Rrwrrcd Working Capital.
83,50 . Par Vnlun mid Subucrlpllotl
NO PERSONAL LIABILITY OR FUTURE AS
LKVI II. STRAW, or Do.ton.
lorn 8. Itiaar, of Boston, V, J. Mustsoii, of Canton,
Pau1t.JouxsO!t.orCharlesL,a, Sltu K. llaowif,or Iloston,
J. a. SB.ILlltfOtRoibury, A. W, Adius, of Iloibury,
8. F. TiLUtoJ, of TltuiriUe.
The properties ot this Company consist of tU acres, prin
cipally owned In Fee Simple, of the most deslrsbleOll Lands,
situated ruostlr on Oil Creek, Fenn.. upon which there are
three wells now down, capable of pro luclng from ICO lo 100O
barrels per day when completed, as they are Mated so near
the great protluclng interests of the Empire, Ifooe, 5r
masj, and Drake wells, on this noted oreel. This Company
offer Inducements seldom met with. The capital stock is
very small for ttw auoui.1 of raluaHe oil land, 'he company
poi.es.es. Three engines am already at the wells. Our
Agent at Tllusrllle trrlus us that the well on the McKlhany
farm has commenced flowing, which places this company
beyond a doubt of suoce.s. The Offlcers of this tympany,
In pi icing this rrop'rtr Mon th tf1"4 lblle,
have full coolldenc. that no protlt-s yet offered are
sutwrlor or any out of which larger and more certain dlrl
dends m'av at once b, fiprelxl. Maps an. fall Information
trleen on .i.i)lleatlon to the Treasurer. Subscriptions re.
kr ? W KAVI8, Banltr.No.25 State btreet, and
at IS OFFICE Or TUB COMPANY, No Conoam
l" 11 LEVI II. STRAW, Trras'r.
FRANKLIN CODNTY DANK.
NOTICE IS ItEHEllY GIVEN THAT IT
Is the Intention of th. Franklin County Hank to ter
minate Its eilsteiico on the first day ot June. 1S85, tn pur
suance of an act of the Legislature of th, Bute of Vermont,
approred Nov. it, 1861,provldlng that an act tno"rporatlng
the Frankllu County I'aok, approved November 12, 1819,
be a,i amended as Jo limit the time during which said Dnnk
shell continue and bar. su-cesslon to th, Hrit day of June,
1SSS, Inst.ad nf the flrst day or January 1867, and all bills
or notes of said Hank not presented to atld llank lor pay.
ment before the first day ot June, 1801, will not be redeemed
crpald by said llank.
Uy order of lb. Directors.
M, W. UKAUPSLKY, Cashier.
Et. Albans, Nov. 21, ISM. l.l
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTER.
Al Cnpcu', old ,lniiil.
Musculo Uullilisitf, Hliih-Sl.,