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The subscriber would reapeettall: Infosfn hie friends and
, lh0 rni,lti that ho has removed. . from hit former store one
door South, where hewlllJMshifppy tosceall bis old custom-
en end friends, and nil others la v rant of
A X FAIR FRrOSS!
Among my present stocTr. taij ho found In part
rORTO RICO, FREE LABOR, AND CUBA MOLASSES)
CHOICE TORTO RICO SUO A11S
1IAVANNA BUG AttS REFINED SUGARS, all klndl(
VOUNO HYSON, BLACK AND JAPAN TEAS)
COFFEES, SPICES, RAISINS, CURRANTS)
WICKS AND TUBES FOR ILUID LAMPS;
OciXLc3Llcs(S, ctao., tfco.,
rtlTII ALL OTHER OOODS USUALLY KEPT IN A J,,
FAMILY CBOCCBT STOKE.
Brattleboro, Jan. 28, 1805. 4w4
Piper & Simonds,
Tlavlng purchased his entire stock of Goods In Exchange
Block, we would offer to the rubllc at tho LOWEST CASH
PRICES a choice lot of
ritODUCE AND PROVISIONS.
Pure Ground Coffee and Spices.
Teas of all grades.
Tobaccos, both. Chewing and Smoking.
Sugars, Molasses, Syrup.
WOODEN AND STONE WAKE.
And all kinds of Goods kept in a First Class
Brattleboro, Feb. 10th, 16G6. tI3
FACTS AND REASONS
DR. S. O. RICHARDSON'S
BLOOD -ROOT ELIXIR!
Fiest. The extraordinary curative effect of the Dlood.
Root Elixir was discovered by a regularly educated Thysl
clan and the present proprietor also Is a graduate from one
of tho highest Medical Colleges In Kew-England.
Bicosd. Tae',ESx!r Is not alcoholic, contalos no min
erals, and may to relied upon as being composed of strictly
Tegetablo substances) and no Ingredient Is Intermixed that
can unfavorably affect the most dellcato constitution.
Tnian. The extensive and successful use of the Blood
Root Elixir, during the past year, proves It lo be, without
any quallQcatlon, the best and most valuable medicine that
has ever been prepared for family use.
Fourth. Medical science and skill have never been able
to produce a cathartic medicine of equal power and effect,
which contains so many desirable qualities. Its superiority
as an aparlent consists In Us sure and thorough action, ope
rating equally through all parts of tho bowels. It never
produces griping pains in Its operation) never occasions
nausea) (ts flavor Is pleasing and agreeable) and It will not
be rejected by the most fastidious chill. It may be safely
used In all eases where laxillve medicine Is required. It
will promote tho comfort and health or both sexes, and of
all ages) it will assist Nature during all Infantile changes)
It will, during the most anxious hours of a mother's life,
hasten and assuage her maternal paogs) It will render joy
ous and happy the lingering days of the aged and venerable.
And when the Elixir la onco Introduced into any household,
It will therein supersede all other laxative medicines.
Firm. The long period which the Elixir was used by tho
original proprietor, In prescriptions to his patients, and tho
great and nnquallned success which has attended its more
general use, during the past year, and confirmed by unso
licited testimonials, which In number and extended results
exceed any estimate our most sagulne hopes so early had
anticipated, thercforr we are fortified by unrefutable evi
dence, that our estimate of tho efficacy and value of the
Blood-Root Elixir na nut bueu tiKgraUMl.
Slim. In examining certificates received during tho past
year of Its successful results, wo are gratified In believing
that our medicine has not railed In any case where It has
been tried, to cure the most stubborn and chronlo cases of
Ssviain. ' Most grateful manifestations have also been
evinced by patients who have been relieved from LIVER
COMPLAINTS of long standing. Also it has been effectual
In curing CUTANEOUS ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN) and
In eradicating HUMORS OF THE BLOOD. And many
afflicted wltli deep seated Incurable SCROFULA, have been
greatly benefitted by tho moderate use of the Elixir.
ElGETH. In cases of COUG US and COLDS It has proved
successful beyond any assurance we have ever expressed)
and those who have thoroughly tested its effect, bcllevs It
to bo superior to all other cough preparations, tho Elixir
by Its physical properties, equalises tho circulation of tho
Blood, and removes congestion. It also, when used as a
gargle, or swallowed slowly, heals and soothes tho Irritated
and Inflamed membranes, from which the cough arises.
Num. Many persons suffer periodically from JAUN
DICE, which Is occasioned by a morbid and inactive itato
of tho Liver. Tho Blood-Root Elixir Is a sure relief from
the despondent feelings and painful symptoms which are
peculiar to that disease.
Taxra, DYSPEPSIA is an aggravating and dishearten
ing disease, often leading to dangerous results. A limited
un of the Elixir, according to the directions, will regulate
tho stomach and bowels with unerring oertalot y, and re
store digestion to a natural and healthy action.
EliTsnn. RHEUMATISM tho Blood-Root Elixir will
readily rellevei Ra warm and qutekenlng effect counteracts
the cold and morbid condition ot tho fluids, which Is tlia
primary cause of all Rheumatlo affections.
Twilftu. Tenons subject to HEADACHE will bo re
lieved tn a lew hours by a slngls doso or tho Elixir.
' IT Every person taking tho Elixir should carehilly
tho printed pamphlet which acuomp antes each bottle,
For sals by Apothecaries and Dealers In Medicines,
at tho Doctor's offiw,
SI lluiiorrr Slrrrl,I)aalon.
l'lUCE l,50 l'EH JJOTTL.K.
RUTtiAND Ac HUIIMNGTON
Ironil. On and after Monday, Dccam-
, loot, a rains win rnn asiouows, vist
MOVING SOUTH AND HAST,
vo Burlington, 8.30 a m.. 9 SO n.m,. 1.40 ii.ni. 11.00 a.m.
Arr Ire at Rutland, 11 DO and 12.30 am., 4.40 p.m. 0 00 p.m.
lid tro Rutland, 11.60 a.m., 1.26 a m, 4 00 a.m.
An tlvo at Bellows Fal's, 2.12 p.m., 4.00 a.m. 7,40 a.m.
NOVING NORTH AND WEST.
Lcr ito Bellows Falls,15 40 and 10.00 p.m., S 30a.m. 6.45 p.m.
An 1re at Rutland. 3.10 p.m., 12.30 and 10.15 ft.m. 0.15 p.m.
Lea .to Rutland, 4.40 p.m. 1.20 a.m., 12.49 p.m. 4 30 a. ra.
Arr lro at Burlington, 7.15 p.m., 4.10 a.m. 3.(0 p.m., 10 a.m.
Trnlnn Conner! n followa!
A I BURLINGTON, with tho Vermont Central, and Vcr
moi it and Uanada Railroads, for Montpeller, St. Albans,
Rou se's Point, Montreal, Ogdcnslrargh, and tho West. At
Mr CLAND with tralm for, Troy, Albany and New York,
Sara .toga Snrlngs,Bchencctady and the West. At BELLOIVb
FAI ,LS with Ira ln nn nliMblra Railroad for Fltchhurgh,
IVor coster, Lowell and Boiton. With Vermont Valley Rail
road for Urattlcboro, gprlngBeld, Hirlford, New Haven and
New York and with Sullivan Railroad for Windsor. White
nive r Junction, Wells Rlyer,Et. Johnihnry,Barton,Llttlcton
uie t ime Mountains.
"Passengers for tho West will find thli a chcap,pleaa
Ad expeditious route.
n!m, r.ftra rtt, nil nlplit trains
Fo r Tickets and all necessary information enquire at the
a on in line.
OEO. A. JIKIU11I..L,, Supl.
uKtrtii.WETTB HAIL ROAD. SUMMER Arrange-I
" : Jtoraent. On and after MAY loin, isost
Vr it Train tor Tlmton will leave Brattleboro at 0 a, XaS
Srr. ond" " " at 2.20 p.m.
Fin it Train for Brattleboro leaves Boston 1.30 a.m.,arrlv-
nt Ttrfittlrhnrn n. tn.
Sco )nd Train leaves Boston 6.30 p. m., and arrives at I
elroro 10.se p. m. This is an Express xrain to 1 iicn-
.aESforWllmlngton,Newf,inc,Townshentl, Ac, leave
l.nrn nn arrival nf New York Train. 4.20 P. m. thus I
ng their several places of destination at nn earlier hour
.eretotore. O. T. UUGGI.KS, .
File hburg,May 10,1801.
"Commencing Monday. February 20, 166S.
Splc nlld Sleeping Cars to and from Boston, Troy, N. Y.,
20 EAST. Leave
nwi Fills at 4 00 and 7.40 A. M. and 2.16 P.M.!
Kei meat 6.02 and 0.10 A.M. and 3.23 1. M ., arriving at
Flt Jhlmrg at 0.45 A. 51 12.03 A. M. anu o.iu. r. u.
MOV NO WEST. Leave
Bo Hon, at 7.30 and 11.00 A. M., and 6.16 P.M.
Fit chburgal9.10 A. M., 1.20 and 7.15 P. M.
Be Howo Falls, at 12.10 A. M. 6.16 A. M. and 9.60 P. M.
ti. an., nn vvnrriia trains ttort at Kecne and Wln-
Chen don, and will stop at Fltswllllam, Troy, Westmoreland
or W nlpole to take or lean Passengers to and from other
Iloai Is. ThcdowncxpresswIllrunMondayMornlnglostead
of St uiuay.
Train Conntet anfoUowit
T7 n Trulns at BoJlows Falls with RUTLAND fc BUR-
r.IN OTON UAILBOAD. for Rutland. Burllngton.Montreal,
and . the est. no cnango oi cars wiwevn nusiuu mm am
in .1 itvplthprtrftln. or to Burllncton. by express or mall.
t. ..nnifr. I,v thn 11.00 A. M. trains from Boston lodco at
llu Hand, and proceed next morning lo Burlington, Troy,
8a ratoga,Slicnectady,c. Tho nf;i exprett wlthsferniny
A (hrnniTli tn ltnrllnirtnn. TrrtV. Montreal. I
Also, with SULLIVAN RAILROAD, for Windsor, White
lit vt.r Junction, uurllnnlon. ueilcnsnurcn. .Montreal, Bt. I
Jolinsbury, c, via VT. CENTRAL, PASSUMPSIC, and
VE RMONT fc CANADA ROADS, fcc. Slall and Express
tral ns mako direct connection via Vt. C. R R. for all points
nort'Ji, tho last train up running direct through to Wlnd
w. it. Junction, ftousea' Point and Montreal, &c, by
nigh t train over Vt. C. R. R. Accommodation train runs to
W. i . Junciiou.
i)niim Trim Conntet at FitehbuTO
with Trains of Fltehburg & Worcester R. R. for Worcester
?,.arlcli linvlilinri and Npw York Cltv. I
And ntGrotonJunctlonwlthtralnsof Worcester & Nashua I
R. R. for Nashua and Uonconl and Willi irainsoi ciuuj
Brook 11. K. ror Lwcil, Lawrence, .-sc.
Superintendent's uuice, neene, x en. ao, iqu
FROST & GOODHUE,
J THE OLD STAND.
Oratefulfor the patronagewhlchtheyhave had In years past
will endeavor to merit a continuance of the same, and will 1
continue to keep tho LARQEST, FRESHEST ana uiieai-
EST STOCK of
TO BE FOUND IN THE COUNTRY.
rjWe are receiving dally
SCO ARS, MOLASSES, & SYRUPS, all kinds
TRAB. COFFEES. SPICES, FRUITS and NUTS
OIL, FLUID, KE1103ENK, FISH, SOArS, CANDLES)
CORDAGE, TOBACCO, ClUARSi
otaww wiltK. WOODEN WAREl
BUTTER, CHEESE LARD, HAMS I
Vegetables, fcc, &c.
Orders for anything usually kept In a first class Grocery
store, at wholesale or rtall, promptly attended to and goods
rpiIE PUBLIC are invited to call and exnm-
JL Inc tne extensive bwck ui
GroccllcK, l'roducc, Pnllla, &c
3T roFJt tSa O oodliuo.
ways kept, that there Is no need ol glvlog allst or articles.
tVe will only say that ev?ry article In their lino can be found
. . . . ... nil,!.. nn.l f.B.h.P fc 111 hPfltll
1110 BlOrO IS BO Weil ftlw,ouu ..,v ft.v-. , , -.1-1-
at tlielr Btore in larger iiwuuh.., ... ..-v. ,
nan In any other Store In tho country.
IJIEAS7 COFFEES, SPICES, &c.
25 CHESTS NEW GREEN and BLACK TEAB,
PURE GROUND COFFEES ) Whole do.)
SPICES, all kinds, jure fresh ground, ror our trade)
Fancy Groceries of every description,
At FROST & GOODHUE'S.
rjlOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS.
STANDARD BRANDS PLUO TOBACCO)
ANDERSON'S SOLACE and SUNNY SIDE)
LORRILLARD'S, MACCAUO Y, &JSC0TCH SNUFFS)
CIGARS ot all grades and prices,
at.wholesale and retail, by
FROST & GOODHUE,
ALT I SALT!! SALT!!
3000 DilalirUTiirlin loin ml Suit)
100 IlitK Aahtoll FllirSilll!
1 no Hiik WortliliiKlon'a Finn SnltJ
2001!nC. FlneHrslll .
2000 llnifa Ground Rock Snltl
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
FROST 4i GOODHUE.
-y EUMONT HORSE REMEDIES.
"Tho merciful Man Is kind lo his Beast."
Owing to tho Increased demand for our Remedies wo shall
hereafter put them up In Boxes, with full directions for their
use on each Box.
TUB VEIMWONT HEAVE REMEDY!
The beat.MedlcIno In use for
OOUOUS, COLDS, THICK 1Y1ND,
. And all Diseases affecting tho
NOSE, HEAD, THROAT & LUNGS
OF THE HORSE.
A safe and certain remedy for the expulsion of worms.. -
foil HORSES, CATTLE, 1I0QS and DOOS.
Wo refer to the following persons, who have used our rem.
edles for tho past year,
i.iNits TiTrirtNRnN. DAVID (100DEI.L.
HENRY WALKER, JOHN RAY, SIDNEY MORSE,
l'rlco 35 reiilaper pncltnifr. k
Sold only by
CLARK & WILLARD.
l'PEAL TO THE l'EOl'LE.
AIIE YOU R.EADY
Por t3a.o Quosnon.
THE C 0 D MAN
Wishes to mako you a proposition. Ho has BOOTS AND
SHOES to sell you through the medium of your Retail Stores.
If ho will truly and faithfully supply you with
WARRANTED DOOTS AND SHOES,
and WILL MAKE GOOD THE WARRANT TO YOU,
Will you not sustain him by buying the same ( He puts his
warrant and Trade Mark,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
And authorises all retailers to give NEW PAIRS In every
Instance where any radical defect appears In the stock or
work, If tho Boot or Shoo has not 11EKN WORN TO THAT
EXTENT that It woulil HE ulliaTOAi.
A NEW PAIR. Ir arr iJTTti Woan, Naw I'ilas will hi
01VI WITH PLEASURE
Now mako a SURE T11IMU ur u vj nuyinj none iras
thoso with tho C O D MAN'S WARRANT on tnem,
and BTAUVK OUT THE RETAILERS OK B110DDY, This
Is a chance, ON A LAIIUK BUA1.E, to snow you wain a
goal article and aro willing TO STAND BY a man who will
WARRANT 1118 GOODS and LIVE UP TO IT.
WHl you aiiind by and aualnlu the
, C-O D MAN P
THAT IS TUB QUESTION.
18, 20 and 22 MILK STREET,
SIIOVKI.S, HOES, &c.
BEST OASTSTEEL SHOVELS)
MANURE FORKS, SPADES, HOES,
(1ARDEN RAKES, Ae. do.,
Forsalo by TVIIeK fc TIIOMl'SON.
gCIIENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP,
The atwve ts a correct likeness of Dr. SchcncV, taken
many years ago, Immediately alter ho had recovered from
Consumption. When tho first was taken ho weighed 107
pounds) at the present, time his weight It 220 pounds.
Trlnclpat Office and Laboratory Is at tho N. E. corner of
SIXTH and COMMERCE Streets, Philadelphia, where all
letters for advice or buslnsss should bo directed.
ne will ho found thcro every SATURDAY, professionally
toexamlno lungs with the Resplromcter, for which his fee
Is three dollars) all advise free.
In New-York, at 32 BOND Street, every TUESDAY, from
0 A. M. to 3 P. M. '
At tho MARLBORO' HOTEL, Boston, January 18 and
10, February 15 and 10, March 15 and 16, April IS and 21
May 1? and 18, June, 11 and 16, July 19 and 20.
The time for ray being In BALTIMORE and PITTS
BURGH will bo seen in tho dally papers ol those cities
THE HISTORY OF DR. SCIIENCK'S OWN CASE, AND
HOW HE WAS CURED OF CONSUMPTION.
Many years ago, whilst residing In Philadelphia, I had
progressed gradually Into the last stage of Tulmonary Con-
sumrtlon. All hopes of my recovery being dissipated, i
was advised by my physician, Dr. Parrlsh, to remove Into
tho country. Moorcstown, New Jersey, being my native
place, I was removed thither. My father and all his family
had lived and died there and died of Pulmonary Consump
tion. On my arrival I was put to bed, where I lay for many
weeks In what was deemed a hopeless condition. Dr.
Thornton, who had been my father's family physician, and
had attended him In his la:t Illness, was called to see me.
He thought my case entirely beyond the reach ot medicine,
and decided that I must die, and gave mo one week to ar
range my temporal affairs. In this apparently hopeless
condition, I heard or the remedies which I now mako and
sell. It seemed to me that I could reel them working their
way, and penetrating every nerve and fibre, and tissue or
My lungs and liver put on a new action, and the morbid
matter which ror years had accumulated and Irritated the
different organs or the body, was eliminated, tho tubercles
on my lungs ripened, and I expectorated from my lungs
as much as a pint of yellow offensive matter every morning.
As this expectoration or matter subsided, the fever abated,
the pain left me, the cough ceased to harrass me, and the
exhausting nlght.sweats were no longer known, and I had
refreshing sleep, to which I had long licen a stranger. My
appetite now began to return, and at times I found It dif
ficult to restrain myself from eating too much) with this re
turn of health, I gained In strength, and now am fleshy.
I am now a fleshy man with a largo healed cicatrix In the
middle lobe of the right long and tho lower lobe hepatlied
with complete adhesion of tho pleura. The leR lung Is
sound, and tho upper lobe of tho right one is In a tolerably
Consumption at that tlmo woo thought to be an Incurable
dlseaso by every one, physicians as well as thoso who were
unlearned In medicine especially such cases as were re-
duced to tho condition I was In. This Induced many peoplo
to believe my redovery only temporary. I now prepared
and gave the medicines to consumptives for some time, and
made many wonderful cures) and the demand Increased so
rapidly, that I determined to offer them to the public, and
devoto my undivided attention to lung diseases. In trutn.
I was next to forced to It, for people would send for me far
and near, to ascertain If their cases were like mtne.
. For many years, In conjunction with my principal office
In Philadelphia, I have been making regular professional
visits to New York, Boston, Baltimore, and Plttsburgn.
For scvnral years past I have made as many as five hun.
dred examinations, weekly, with the Re!plromcter." For
such examination my charge Is threo dollars, and It enables
me to give each patient tho true condition of his disease,
and tell him frankly whether ho will get well.
Tho great reason why physicians do not cure Consump
tion is, that they try to do too much) they give medicines
to stop the cough, to stop the night-sweats, hectic-lever, and
by so doing they derange tho whole dlgestlvo system, lock
log up the secretions, and eventually the patient dies.
The Pulmonlo Syrup Is one of tho most valuable medicines
known. It Is nutrient, powerfully tonlo and healing In It
self. It contains no opium, yet loosens the phlegm In the
bronchial tubes, and nature throws It off with little exertion)
ono bottle frequently cures an ordinary cold) but It will be
well first to take a doso of Schenck's Mandrake Tills to
cleanse tho stomach. Tho Pulmonlo Syrup Is readily di
gested and absorbed into blood, to which It Imparts its heal
ing properties. It Is ono of the best preparations of Iron In
nsei it Is a powerful tonlo of Itself) and when tho Seaweed
Tonlo dissolves tho mucus In tho stomach, and Is carried off
by tho aid of the Mandrake Pills, a healthy flow or gastric
Juice, good appetite, and a good digestion follow.
Tho Seaweed Tonlo Is a stimulant, and none other Is re
quired when It Is used. It Is pure and pleasant no bad
effects like when using Bourbon whisky, which disorders tho
stomach, torpors the liver, locks up all tho secretions, turns
the blood Into water, dropsy acta In, and the patient dies
Bourbon whisky Is recommended now-a-days by almost
every physician. Many patients that visit my rooms, both
male and female, are stupid with this poison. The relief Is
temporary. If they cough, they take a Utile whlskyi If they
feel week and fochle, they take a little whisky) if they can
not sleep, they Uko a little whlskyi and they go on In this
way requiring more and more until they are bloated up, and
Imagine they are getting fleshy. Tho stomach, liver, and
digestive powers are completely destroyed, and lose their
appetite for food. No onp was ever cured of consumption
by this process, where cavities have been formed in the lungs
A little stimulant Is frequently beneficial to consumptives,
such as puro brandy or good wines, In many cases London
porter or brown stout la moderate quantities) but bourbon
whisky hastens ou, Instead ot curing consumption .
The Seaweed Tonlo produces lasting results, thoroughly
Invigorating tho stomach and digestive system.and enabling
It to eliminate and mako loto healthy blood tho food which
may be used for that purpose. It Is so wonderful In Its ef
fects that a wine-glass full will digest a hearty mal, and a
little of It taken before breakfast will give a tone to the
stomach which few medicines possess the power of doing.
Tho MANDRAKE TILLS maybe taken with entire sandy
by all ages and conditions, producing all tho good results
that can bo obtained from calomel, or any of the mercurial
medlolnee, and without any of their hurtful or Injurious re
sults. They carry out of tho system tho reculent and worn,
out matters loosened and dissolved by my Seaweed Tonlo
and Pulmonic Syrup. It will bo seen that all threo or my
taedloines are needed In most cases to cure Consumption.
ADEN T S .
BOSTON George C. Ooodwln & Co.
NEW-YORK Demas, Barnes & Co.
BALTIMORE 8. 8. Ilanco.
TITTSBURQH Dr.OeorgoH, Keyser.
CINCINNATI F.E. Burro h Co., and John D. Tark.
C1IICA00-Lord & Smith, and II. Scovll.
ST. LOUIS Collins Bros,
SAN FRANQISCO-Hostetter, Smith fc Dean,
Alio, Mil ly all Prunlits lai Pislsri.
E T It O 1. K IT M J
LOMBARD & GORE,
and COAL STOCK
99 STATE STItBET,
Buy and Soli Oil and Coal Stocks on Com-
mission, in flow xotk, rnuauei
phia, and in Europe.
Wo liollovo wo can offer superior Inducements to all
persons wishing to invest m
Such Investments, ns a class, offer greater Induce
ment! to persons cf cithor largo or small means, than
nnv tho world lias ever known.
Many rctrolenm Stocks aro now paying nt tho rate
of 00 per cent, per nnnum, and taking tho increased
value of tho stock Into consideration, n person invcst
Ini! nt subscription prico in reliable companies may
reasonably expect to double their monoy within n
year. Caoitalists In all parts of tho country aro now
giving their nttcntion almost exclusively to mis cmss
of securities which havo already yielded princely
fortunes to thousands of persons.
Persons desiring information enn rely upon receiving
an unblnsod account of tho standing and prospects
of tho various compnnlos on tho market.
ltccebts and Certificates wittTjo rorwarueu in ex-
change for nvailablo funds, without charge and I'o
troloum and Coal Stocks will bo sold nt tho Brokers
Boards of Now York and Philadelphia at tho regular
rates of commission.
Wo would call special nttcntion to tho following
Companies, viz :
OIL & COAL COMPANY
100,000 Slmrea, pnrTnliie 810.
Subscription lrico85 per ulinre.
20.000 Slinrea reserved for Working Capital.
Fresipent, HON. WM. 0. STEELE, 51. C.
TitEASlinF.it,-S. L. WOODUOUSE.
This Company lias secured 2218 ncrcs in Pennsyl
vania nnd Ohio, which havo been selected by the
most experienced oil men after two months' careful
research nnd personal examination on tho grounds.
On one pirt of tho property Is n well rrom which con
sidernhlo quantities of olt havo already been taken,
and as tfco company will proceed to mako further de
velopments at once, they havo every conlidenco oi
being oblo to pay dividends nt nn early period. A
prospectus may bo had on application to us.
PETROLEUM OIL CO,
Cnpll.il, . . 8300,000.
Par Vnluo ofSlinrea, 810.
833,000rcserved for Working Capital.
This Company Is orpanizod under tlie General Laws
of Massachusetts. The property consists ff
Ten hundred and ninety-six (1096.) Acres
of the very best Oil lands,
all contained within the great Ohio Oil Belt, over
seven hundred acres of which Is in Iee SisirtE.
President, CHAULES S. WHITEUOUSE.
Secretary, CHAKLES M. PE1UCE.
Attoii.nky,-JOSIAH MUTTER, Esq.
Manaoi.no Aan.vr,-F. A. WILDER.
C. S. W11ITUH0USE, J. W. PARMENTEU,
JAMES P. BRIDGE,
GEO. E. SMITH.
Books for Subscriptions aro open at our office.
Only 3300 shares aro offered to the public nt tho sub
scription price of S10 each, and wo would advise
prompt application, believing the stock to offer a good
and secttro Investment. Five wells aro now being
borod on tho properties of this Company, and tho in-
tcresta of tho stockholders aro in tho hands or able
and competent mnnngers. Full information will bo
given on application ot our office, lu person or by
Roby and Cow Creek
CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.
100,000 Slinrea. l'ar Value 85.
Sulwcriplioll l'rico 83 per alinrc.
WarkliiK Capltnl 850,000.
No ncrsonnl liabllitv. No further assessment. To bo
organized under tho general laws of
President, HON. LINUS CHILD.
Treasurer & Clerk, HENRY P. SPENCER.
nON. LINUS CHILD, HON. JOHN A. GOODWIN,
E. R. SAWYER, Eso.., E. GREGORY, Esq.,
LEVI 0. BARNES, Esq., HENRY R. MERRILL, Esq.
EMERSON LELAND, ESQ.
This property consists of valuablo Rights In the
very best Oil lands In tho country, situated on Oil
Creek, Pennsylvania, and Bull and Cow's Creeks and
Rawson's Run, west Virginia. 1'roperty in the vi
olnity of Rawson's Run lias lncreaod largely In valuo
within n few months, on account of the numerous sue
cossful developments. There are many wells now
going down upon this property, or being put In work
ing ordor under the management of an able inperlU'
A map and" prospectus of tho different properties
belonging to this Company, may Do had on appuca
tlon at our office
Petroleum & Coal Company
In n short time Subscription Books will b'o ;pened
at our office only for a portion of tho Stock, due notice
of which will bo given.
Full Information will bo furnished In regard to the
abovo and all other Companies in tho market, upon
application at our office, personally or by letter.
P. 8. Parties remitting funds to us will please tend
by express, except when drafts can bo obtained, In
which case wo will bear the charges of forwarding.
In this manner they can obtain rellablo receipts.
LOMBARD & GORE'S
PETROLEUM STOCK EXCHANGD,
' DD jsttvto Stroot,
T, 0. LOMBARD. J. C. OORE, JR.
J. X. 1IKKDUM, Formnly of the Eagle Bank.
EBIOAN LIFE DEOPSI
These Drops, for Itttcriinl and cxlcrnnl nseanew
and purely vegetable preparation, which contain no poison
ous drug, frequently Cnrrt Dlplitlirrln when It has
progressed so far that tho patient can neither speak nor
swallow. Generally, In such cases, the patient can talk In
less than two hours after Iho Drops are used. They cure
Asthma, Colds and Coughs,
PUTRID AND CHRONIC SORE THROAT,
AND ALL KINDS OF THROAT DISEASES I
And as a remedy for
Rheumatism and Ncurnlgin,
HAVE NOT A SUPERIOR ON THIS CONTINENT
They sometimes euro cases which hare heretofore been
considered hopeless. It seldom takes more than a teaspoon
ful and a half to euro tho worst typo of D yacn ir ry. They
aro also tho (Ae but remtdy known tor Erralpclna,
Measles, Indigestion, Diarrhoea, Chronic Dinrrhccn
Cramp, Colic, Toothache, Sick and Nervous Headache,
Akiic In llio Fncr, Gravel, Scalding of Urine, Painful
and Suppretied frinaffoni.and
Painful and Suppressed Menstruations.
They remove tho pain and soreness from a acnld or burn
In rrom three to eight minutes) and are unsurpassed as a
remedy ror all kinds of Actio and I'nlna, and for Cuts,
Scratches, Wounds, Sprains, Bruises, Swellings, Old Sores,
Btlff and Crooked Joints, Stings and Bites of Poisonous In
sects, Ivy Poison, Chilblains, I'it, Fever nnd Ague,
and Sea Sickness.
No one can use them as a Family Medicine, follow
ing the directions which accompany each bottle, without en
tire satisfaction. Sold by Druggists generally.
Upon their omi intrinsic merit -vrc sininl or
A BROOKINGS & CO., FaorailTOas,
lyl7 57 MalnStrcct, Springfield, Mass.
THE BEST THING MADE !
3Vr.clo for ond sold k-y
OHAS. A. TRIPP,
Undor tho old sign of tho big Watoh and Spoon.
Brattleboro, March 17, 1S05.
IKON IN THE BLOOD !
It la veil known to tho medical profession that IRON Is
the Vital Principle or Lite Klement of the Stood. This Is
derived chleQy Irom the food we eat but If the food Is not
properly digested, or If, from any cause whatever, the nec
essary quantity ol Iron Is not taken Into the circulation, or
becomes reduced, tho whole system suffers. Tho bad blood
wllllrrliaie trie nearuwinciog ui tire lunKs.wm biudcij me
brain, will obstruct the llrer.and will send llsdtsease-pro-
duclng elements to all parts of the system, and every ono will
suffer In whatever organ may ne preaisposcu to oisease,
The great valoe of
Iron as a Medicine
Is well known and acknowledged by all medical men. The
dimculty has been to obtain sucn a preparation oi it as win
enter the circulation and assimilate at once with the blood.
This point, saysDr. Hnyes, Massachusetts State Chemist, has
been attained In the Peruvian Syrup, by combination In a
way before unknown.
The Peruvian Syrup
Is a PROTECTEDIsolntlon of the ritOTOYIDE OF IRON.
A NEW DlSCOVlnV IN MEDICINE that strikes at the
Hoot of Dlseaso by supplying tho blood with Its Vital Prlncl
pie or Lire tiemenl -iron.
The Peruvian Syrup
enres Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Fever and Ague,
Loss of energy, Low spirits.
The Peruvian Syrup
Infuses strength, vigor and new life Into the system, and
nuuas up an "iron constitution."
The Peruvian Syrup
cures Nervous Affections, Female Complaints, and all dls
eases oi tno Kidneys ana liuuiaer.
The Peruvian Syrup
Is a SPECniC ror all diseases originating In a BAD STATE
OF THE 11L00D, or accompanied by Debility or a Low
Dtate oi tno system.
PimnM.,. MUtnln. ..rfljnfrl fit TUN'S, and rCCOm
mendatlons from some of tho most eminent Physicians, Cler.
tnnen. aud others, will be sent FREE to any address.
We select a few of the names to show the character of the
Iter. John Pierpont,
Iter. Warren Ilurton,
Rev. Arthur 11. Fuller,
Rev. Aug. It. Pope,
Hor. Ourdon Hohlns,
Rev. Bylranus Oobb,
Rev. T. Starr King,
ltev, Osborn Myrlck,
Iter. Kphralm Note, Jr.,
Rev. Thomas II. Pons,
Rev. Richard Metcalf,
ltev. M. P. Webster,
Rev. Jos. II; Clinch,
Rev. Adm Jackson, '
Rev. J. Pearson, Jr.
Rev. A. It. 11. Crawley,
Rev. Henry Upham,
Rev. 8. II. Riddel,
ltev. P. 0. Headley,
ltev. John W, Olmstead.
Lewis Johnson, M. D.
Roswill Kinney. M.D.
S. 11. Kendall, M.D.
W.R. Cblsholm, M. D.
Francis Dana, M. D.
Jeremiah Stone, M. D.
Jose Antonio Sanches, M.
Marcellno Aranda, M. D.
Abraham Wendell, M. D.
A. A. Hayes, M.D.
J. R. Chilton, M.M.
II. B. Kinney, M.D.
Jose d'Esplnar, M.D.
Thomas A. Dexter, Esi.
Tliuinas 0. Amory, Esq.
Hon. Peter Harvey,
James O. Dunn, Esq.
gsmuel May, Esq.
Pror. K. Vltalls Scherb,
Ferdinand Andrews, Esq.
rou sua nr
BETH W. FOWLE & CO., 18 Trcmont st.,Boston
J. P. DIN8M0RE, 491 Broadway, New Tork l
Ami by nil l)riijUl.
Redding's Russia Salve
FORTY YEARS' EXPEUIENOK
Has fully established tho superiority of
KEDDING'S ltUSSlA SAE.VK
over all other healing preparations.
RTIta PILES. CORNS, BORE LIPS, SORE
EVES &c.;0.. UKm6vINU THE PAIN
at 'onok. And kkducino thk
MOST Aaoar Loo!a 8UELL
1NUB iD INFLAMMATION
AB IF U V MAOIO.
Only BX3 oonts rt 33oac.
roa sail Br .
BETH W. FOWLi: & CO., 18 Treraont-st., Boston,
and by all Druggists and Orocers and all Country Stores.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
A. positive and Epeelno Remedy for dlsesaea of the
lllaldcr, Kllnars, Gravel and rorloal Bwelll.
This Medicine Increases the powers of digestion, and
excites the absorbents Into healthy action, by which tho
watery or calcareous depositions, and all unnatural en
largements aro reduced, as well as pain and lnEimmntlon,
and is good for men, women and children.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
For weakness arising from Excesses, nablts of Dtsclpa
tlon, Early Indiscretion, attended with the following
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of rower,
Lou ot Memory,
DlfUcclty of ErcitMnc,
Tain la tho Lncfc,
Hashing of tho Body,
Eruptions of tho race.
Horror of Dlncae,
Dimness of YMIon,
Dryness of the kln(
TheeoejTnptomn.tf allowed to goon (which IbUMedlf
cine Invariably removes), Boon follow
FATUITY, ErILnpTIO TITS, Ac,
la ono of which tho patient may expire Vho can my
they aro not frequently followed by Uioao "direful dli
Many aro nwaro of tho canto of thr tr Bnffcrlng.bot nona
will confesa. Tho recorda of tho insane wTlams and tho
melancholy deaths by consumption hear ample witness to
tho truth of tho uscrtlon.
Tho Constitution, onco affect by organic weakness.
requires the aid of mcdlclno to strengthen and InTtgornto
tho aystem, which HELMBOLD'S KXTUACT OF BCCna
Invariably iocs. A trial will convlnco tho most sceptical.
In manr affections ncenllar to Tcmales, tho Extract
Brent' Is uneqnaled br anr other remedy, and for all
complaints Incident to tho sex, or la tho
DECLKE Oil CUANOE OF LIFE,
Z1T 8X3 &TUFT0X3 AH0TZ.
(W No Family nliould bo without It.
Tafcano Balsam, Mercury, or ucp'esant medicine far
unpleasant and dangerous diseases.
HELliBOLD'3 EXTRACT BUCHU
Cures Secret Diseases
In all their stages little expense, little or no change ot
diet, no Inconvenience, tint! NO EXPOSTJRF
For all affections and diseases of these organs, vhcther
EXISTTKO IN MALE Olt ITMALE,
From whatever cause origins ting, and no may cr how Ions
standing. Diseases of theao organs rcanlro the aid of a
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Is tho Great Diuretic.
And It Is certain to hare tho desired effect Is all diseases
tor which Ills recommended.
DLOOD I BLOOD! DLOODI
snanxY cosckxthated comfocxd
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAP ARILLA,
Tor purifying tho Blood, removing all chronic constitu
tional dlscasos arising from an Impnro state of the L.ood,
and tho ocly rcllahlo and effectual fcnoira remedy for tho
euro of Pc otsla. Scald ncad. Salt Ehcum, Pains and
Swellings of tho Doncs, Ulcerations of tho Throat and
Legs, Blotches, nmplcs on tho Taco. Tetter, Erysipelas,
and all scaly Eruptions of the Etla,
A3CD UEAtTXIPVIJffJ- THK COMri.'ESaoX'.
NOT A FCVf
of the worst disorders that aClct manttnd arise from the
corruption that accumulates In the Blood. Of all tho dis
coveries that have been made to purgo it out, none ccn
equal In effect Helxbolo's Coxrovxn Extract or Sac
SATASixja. It cleanses and renovates tho Blood, Instills
the vigor of health Into tho system.and purges out mo
humors which mako disease It stimulates the healthy
functions of the body, and expels the disorders that grow
and rankle In the blood. Each a remedy that could be
relied on has long been eongbt for, and now, for th i first
time the public havo ono on which they can depend. Oar
space hero docs not admit of certificates toshow Its effects,
hat the trial of a singlo bottle will show to tho sick that It
has Its virtues surpassing anything they havo ever taken.
Two tablcspoonsfulof thoEitractotBarsoparuia auucu
to a pint ot water Is equal to the Lisbon Diet DrlnE, ana
ono bottle is fully equal lo a gallon of the Syrep of Sana-
partUa, or the decoction aa usually made.
HELMBOLD'S BOSE WASH,
An excellent Lotion for diseases arising from habits of
dissipation, used In connection with tho Extracts Bncha
and Earsaparllla, In such diseases as recommended. Evi
dence of the most responsible and reliable character will
accompany the medicines. Also explicit directions for
nse, irttl Hundrtdi of lAousanits living wttneMrs, end up
wards of 80,000 nnsollcltod eertlncat.es and recommenda
tory letters, many of w hlch are from tho lilghc . ur s.
Including eminent Thyslclans, Clergymen, Sta' sraen, ftc.
Tho Proprietor has novcr resorted lo ttelr p 'li tl n In
the newspspers t ho does not do this from the fact that his
articles rank aa Standard Preparations, and do net need
to be propped np by certificates.
The Science of Medicine, like the Dorlo Column, should
stsnd simple, pure, majestic, having Fact for lu basis,
Induction for Its pillar, and Trslh alone for Its Capital.
Mjr rxtrftct Ewiiptrllla la a Dlood rarlfier t my rxtrict
Dacha ti Diuretic, and vllt act as sacb In all cdici.
Both are prepared on purely iclentlllo principle In
zacvo and art the most aetlrc mcacurca of either that
parleon of their properties with tb(e cet forth In the fol
lowing Trorts t
8ce Dispensatory of the United States.
Eee rrofeuor Dxwcis valaablo works on the .Practice
Caa a-.V. It. aaUV.ala Tla Twin TV 1 -
svv t cuii tva iuau ur lain vvivui uacu mt i csv wiia.
D(muiiiu 1UMUU vj uii .rui-iu juvs'uni.i.L1ui,i;ic
CnMi-riTii Tcaian.4 asirl nx),llthil In thi TrnnsootlAra
the Kins and Queen Journal.
Eee Medlco-Chlmrclcal review, published ty Csxjx
Tsatxxb, Fellow of the Royal College of Burgeons.
BeQ most of the late standard works on Modlclne.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EYERTTSTTErtE.
Address letters for Information, In confidence, to
H. T. HEjLMBOLD, Chemist.
nelmbold'sj Drug and Chemical Warehouse.
No. 694 BROADWAY, NEW YOKE, and
Holmbold's Medloal XCopot,
He, 104 SOUTH TENTH BT, PHILADELPHIA,
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