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THE VERMONT PHCENIX, OTTTLEBORO, VT., SEPTEMBER G, 1872.
VII A TTJjlili Oil O
Aame, Business and Location of the leading
Business Houses in Brattleboro.
trevt this ooi ron mtibimci.
n. V. THOMPSON lit CO., Wltllston's Stone Block.
WOOD A MARSHALL, Klchsnge Block, Main HtrecU
CLARK k FRANKS, llcrcte IIouio block.
ISAAO D. BAILEY, Elliot St.
Ilooaisrllera uml fttatlonrr
CHENEY k CLAM'. 0 Crosby Block.
V. FELTON Ik CO., 3 Brooki llou.e.
J. 8TF.KN, Fisher's Block, Msln Bt.
F. 0. EDWARDS, 1 door north Amcrlctn Homo,
Hoot nn.l Hltori.
A. F. BOYNTOM, Marahallii EsterbrooVs block, M. St.
OEORUK CUTLER, 0 Fisa's Block.
THOMAS JUDdE, (Judge's Building) opr. Am. Homo.
P. J. MATT, 1 Oranite Bow.
Choice Fun.ll- ttrocrl
CLARK k W1LLARD, 1 Brooki IIouio.
Cofllun unit Cuftltrt.
0. U BROWN, Msrshsll k Eiterbrook'l lill, Main St.
Contructur unit Ilull.ler.
1IH1LEY k CHURCH, Elliot Street.
Crocbrry timl CIlus IV lire,
M. T. VAN DOORN, 1 Crosby Block.
O. 8. CLABK, Croiby Block, oter Vt. National Bank.
A. L. I'ETTLE, Flik'i Block.
0. 11. POST, D.D.8., Junction Ulsh k Ornn Streets.
A. D. rUTNAM, Croiby Block, third floor.
COOPER & FAD18CH, 6 Brooki Home,
H. L. SPEAR, I Market Block, Elliot Street.
It. A. WEBBER, Main Street, oppoaite Rercro Houie.
lotr, )ul. uml Jlllmls.
C. F. THOMPSON A CO., Wlllliton'a Stone Block.
CLARK k FRANKS, Revere IIouio Block.
HIOLEY k CHURCH, (Manufacturer-) Elliot Street.
CLARK k WILLARD, 1 Brooki House,
B. BARROWS, Main Street, oppoilte Brooki Home.
O. I. J'llATT, 1 Unnlto Block.
C. T. THOMPS iN k CO., WiUiiton'l Stono Block.
I'lolirmul a rucerlri.
A. C. BAVENrORT, 3 Croiby Block.
11. T. IIAYNES, Elliot Street.
TAYLOR k NOYES, Thorn pion k Ranger's Block.
C. F. THOMPSON At CO., WiUleton' Stone Block.
C. L. BROWN, Marshall k Eiterbrook'l Block, Main it.
J I'm rill Jol.lllnfr,
II. I). SOULE, Rjlher' Block, Main Street.
Hair JOMfflry Manufacturer.
MRS. 0. 8. PERRY, Green Street, 2d houie from
Hili'itMnrc, Iron uml Nleel.
CLARK : FRANKS, Recro Houie Block.
0. F. THOMPSON & CO., WUUiton'a Blone Block.
11EU8TIS BL'RNAr, Main Street.
Hutu, Cup uml Fur.
B. N. CHAMBERLAIN, 3 Drools Houie.
II. E. TAYLOR, 3 Union Block.
BR VTTLEBOEO HOUSE, II. A. Morey, rrorrletor.
Ice Cremit llooiu.
COOPER k FABISCU, 6 Brooki House.
CAMPBELL Jt CUDWORTH, Union Block.
B. R. JENNE, Thompson k Ranger's Block.
MOODY k HOWE, Savings Bank Block.
THOMPSON k nANOER, 7 Granite now.
Johliets In IVooil Work.
FISHER COOK, Weet Brattleboro.
X.li ery uml Feeding HtHule.
J. W. SMITH, rear Crosby Block.
I. K. ALLEN, Eatey's building, South Main Street.
L. H. CRANE, Canal Street
BUTTON k KATHAN, Bridge St., near R. R. Depot.
Market Gurilener uml Florist.
C. E. ALLEN, Canal Street.
91 rut 9Iurltet.
II. UADLEY, Main Street.
Miller unl Grain Dealers
i: n.Y, FROST CO., Bridge Street.
Millinery and Fancy Good.
MRS. T. AVERY, 5 Croiby Block.
MISSES FICKETTE k HATCH, S Croiby BlTr, 3d floor.
O. J. TBATT, 1 Granite Row.
MRS. J. W. WHITNEY, Brooki Houie.
E. F. BARNES, cppoiite American Home.
' l'nlnt and Oil.
C. T. THOMPSON k CO., Willliton's Stone Block.
PLAIIK & FRANKS, Revere llouie Block.
luper Huiifrlnir and IVlndow fthude.
J. STEEN, Fisher's Block, Main Street,
M. T. VAN BOORN, 7 Crosby Block.
D. A. HENRY, Cutler's Block, Main Street,
C. L. HOWE, Union Block.
WM. GOULD, Clark Street
FISHER k COOK, Writ Brattleboro.
D. J. LAM80N, Centrevllle Road.
Sf eu.lr .Tlade Clot ulnrr.
ritATT, WRIGHT & CO., 3 Granite Row, Main Sheet.
jr. s. jju luka a s uu., a t o uranuo ltow.
Hewing; ITIuchliiea uml Attachments,
GEO. B. COBB, Savlngi Bank Block.
S. M. SPENCER, Ofhee 11 Crosby Block.
Ntoiei uml Tin IVure,
WOOD k MARSHALL, Eschange Block, Main Street.
C. L. BROWN, Manliall Ik EsterbrooVs Block, Main St
11. Ai. HUULr., ujmer s aiioik, Main bt.
C. L. BROWN, Marshall k Eitcrbrook'iBlock, Main it
Review of the Markets.
NEW YORK, Sept. 3. Flour higher ; State iOOOtiSU)
rouna noop umo . ouiqv eo; wcsieru aiAjvau;
Southern S7 75(311 SO. Wheat: No.l snrlnzl Mai 63:
No. 2 SI OOdUl C9, in store; winter red weetern SI 55
(41G3; white Michigan 81762 00. Corn lower;
itcamermlxcd Western 63 lrastctialldoet lcaesc
Oatsitcady; Ohio tSIDc; Western tWitc. Beef
dull. Pork higher; new Meis (111591121), Lsrd
firm at 8 5-8(39 1-lc
CHICAQO, Sept. 3. Flour in good demand; offer
ings see nmiteu. wneat nigner; no. l ipring fi vi'-s
1 35; No.2iprlngSt 2U-tl 2icaah, cloilngat II 22 1-2;
No. 3 inrins SI 16. Corn active : No 3 mixed 38 l-2(ot
38 3., caih. Oats don; No 3 33 1.2c; rejected 20c,
Ryeitridy; No. 2 67e. Barley higher; No.2tallC3(3
c,c. aieai rora lt ai i.-i-.KSia,
Xew York Htock und M oney irfarhet.
NEW YORK, Sept. S Evening. Money after loan.
lscr at 6 ner cent, declined to 3 ner cent. Sterling El.
change heavy and lower at 108 1.2. Gold 113 l-ggllS
1-4; loam t 1-33(31 per cent, for use. Governments
quiet and eteaay.
The following are the dosing quotation!:
United States 6s. 1881 Coupon Ill 1-4
United Btstes 5-20s, 1862, " 1U 3-8
" " " 1864, " 1113-8
" " " 1863, " 114 3-4
" " " " new" 1131-4
" " 1867, " 113 3-4
' 18C8. " 113 3-4
U.S. 6's.New Ill 5-8
United Slates HMOs 108 7-8
Currency Cs, 1121-3
WATEBTOWJi UMUJ LITE STOCK MAEKET.
Waiebtown, Sept 3, 1872.
AUODNT or LIVE STOOE AT UAREET.
Cattle. Sherp ft Lsmbs. Swine,
Till! week, 1301 0314 393
I.Alt week, 1120 5371 289
One year ago, l!30 12,371 370
Prices Market Beef. A fw eholeo-$10 605811 00.
Extra $9 00(4 10 00; tint nullity 11 21(28 50; Second
quality, S 00,i$7 Oil; third iiisllty, II OOil5 6u.
Storei Worklou Oien-.75. 1115(4215 V pair.
Milch Cowi au 1 Caltcs S30 to CO ; exlrs, (C5 to 87,
A irrow i.uws i j ju.
Hwlne Northern Brcmed Ilocs fi l-4e V ft.
Sheep and Lambs Price In lots, SI SiKitS 00 esth
ours so allies y tieao.
Spring Lambs 7 1-3 49 120 V In ad.
Veil Calrn-f satin.
Wool Sheep 1-2 .9 l-2c y I' . Bailrrd Sheep t3
cent! V lb.
Hldei Brlghtou, 90 l-2e per lb ; Country, 9e V th.
Tallow Brighton, 5 l-3C.fl rent! per lb. Country
isuuw, ei43 i.-i ceote per m.
Lamb Sklna 75ci4tl each. Calf Skim 18(4200 V Th.
ouarvu oaiui sue eacn. Dairy Mini 91 raeu.
CLAISirtCATION Of CATTLK AMD SHSEP,
N. B. Beef Choice e-rsde inrludes notblrg but
stall-fed 1100 to 1100 lbs. llnll.Hli, Estraandflrat
auilitrln, udritne belt, tame fat oien. Second and
third quality lucludes Oien and two and three year
Jl a 3.KJsti, bu
31 a lUIMesl.cwt
00 a M
00 a 63
73 a SOOotton Seed Meal
2 00 a
sugar, brown, tb
lSItran. ewt 1 in
Halt, T I,bn
Rolled Oil, gal
13 a 141'lour, bbl 0 00 12 00
14a 17Rye Meal, lb, 0a3
00a 75(lraham Hour. tt nit
90 a 1 soilrown Cottoni, ) d 10 a 20
90 a 1 SOllleschcd Cottous 10 a 26
1 00 al sonelalnea 17 a 22
1 locarpeta-lograin 75 a 135
1 lOThree ply 1 60 a 1 70
20 231'ork, dressed,
10 12Veal,lIve weight
30 00 22 OOI.amb, '
22 a 23
11 a 20
IlldVi.beef.lb 7 l-2Turkey!, drrned,
Calfiklni, 141'owli, "
arnt.Ai,(tae. 1m1. 1012 -
I' cak, 1014Wood,dry,c'd, (00700
rotaloei.bu O0 6CH'ood, green 5 00000
Train I-euve Jlralllehoro,
Foa BOSTOlt AD lNTinUCDUTE BT11I OKI 1.&2 an
Fon New Loudon 4.22 and 8 12 a. i. ; 3.30 r. H.
Fon BrnmoriKtD 4.22 and 8.12 1. m. ( s 30 r. .
For Billow Falls 10.23 a. x. ! 4.80 and 10.20 r. it.
The 4.32 A. at. train, runs Sunday! to Springfield
only Mondays, to Boston and New London only.
Train Arrive ut Ilrnttlrlioro.
Faou Bostok 12.20, 4.25, and 10.20 r. at.
Fitou SpftlNQriiLtt 10.23 a. at. ; 4.25 snd 10.30 F.M.
Fftoaf Nlw Loiidom 10.23 a. u. ; 4.23 snd 10.20 P. H.
Fnoar. Billow Falls 4.20 a 8.41 a. it. ; 3.80 r. at.
Brattleboro 1'ost Ofllcc.
Summer arrangement, 1872 May 1 to Nov, 1.
Open from 7 100 a. ai to 8 i. M.t Holidays from 8 to
11 :30 A. u, and 2 to 8 r. ai.
Arrival and Departuro of Malls
a. at. r. af. a. m. r. at.
New York and Southern Btatcs, 8:00 2:13 11:30 5:15
Albany and Western States, 8:00 2:15 11:30 6:15
Stations bet. Brslt'o k N. York, 8:00 3:45 11:30 6:15
AeouelotIl.lt, 8:00 3:45 6:15
New London Northern R. R., 3:43 11:30
Boston, Rhode Iilsnd, Esetcru
Mm., Me. It S. E. New Hemp., 8:00 1:15 11:30 5:15
Vt. k Man, R. R., 8:001:15
Boston, Clinton Ik Fitchburg It. R. 1:13
Vermont, Wcitern New Uamp
shire k Northern N. Y, 10:00 3:13
Dnmmeritou, W. Cbeeterneld, 1
lowi Falli, Chsrleltown, N. It.,
Bprlngfleld. Clarcmont, N. II.,
Yinuior, noouiiuca, Auriu- f
Held, Montpelicr, Bethel, W. R.
June k towm on Vet Vt. It ltj
Kcene, N. U.,
Weit Brattleboro, 10:001:00 8:13
Townibend, Willlnmavllle, ray
ettoville and Jamaica
Wardiboro (close Tu., Th. At Sat.,
onen Mou.. Wed. Ai FrL.).....
Dover, Tu., Th. k Sat
Cheaterfleld k C. Factory, Mon.,
ea. e: i-ri.,
California, overland, dally,,..
Foreign malla cloie3:16 r. M. day previone to Ball-
Ingof steamerfrom New York.R.'W. Clarbf, F. M,
r.tuts this v.ti.i..
NEW YORK, at Elmlra, Sept. 20 to Oct. 4.
A 1m 1IAP.H1BOK, Dec y,
MAINE, at Bangor, Bept. 20; 21, 33, and 23.
B. llOARDUAR, BCC y, AUgUBia.
VERMONT, at St. Johmbury, Sept. 11. 12, 13, and 11.
ir.u. n. . nv BmI ll..llBn
NEW HAMPSHIRE, at Dover, (J) Oct 1, 3, 3 and 4.
CONN. RIVER VALLEY, at Clartmont, N. II , Sept.
17, 18 and iv. v. u. willard, ccy, urroro, rt. u.
CHITTENDEN COUNTY, at Eiicx Jnnetion, Sept. 10,
11, 12 aim 13. 11. r,. inkwell, ec y, uurungton.
FARMERS' At MECHANICS', at Proctors! Ille, Sept
jaaud jo. J. k. MPArroRP, rsec y.
TRANKL1N COUNTY, at Sheldon, Sept. 18. 19an,l 20.
J. II. sicfeledeah, brc'y, r.aet uncidon.
LAMOILLE COUNTY, at Morrlsllle, Sept. 23 and 2C.
l b. allek, Brc y, ALorrit:iie.
ORLEANS COUNTY, at Barton, Oct. 1 and 2.
Z. E. Jameiom, Sec y, Irasunrgb.
RUTLAND COUNTY, at Rutland, Sept 17, 18 and 10.
MINOR 11ILLIARD, blC y, ItUUSUU.
WILMINOTO N , at Wilmington, Oct. 3.
u. c. iiuTTnci.i,, oei; y.
WINDUA11 COUNT1-, at Newfane, Btpl. 25 and 26.
w. A. hteduah, Dec y, rtewiauc-
WINDSOR COUNTY, at Woodstock, Bept. 21, 23 snd 26.
LORENZO 1IICI1MONP, EteC y, WOOUKOCK.
WHITE RIVER VALLEY, at Bethel, Sept. 17, 18 4: 10.
L,OBEr.zo kint, eo y, WOOUSIOCS.
WASHINGTON COUNTY, at East Monlpclier, Bept.
11 and IB. A. ir. auks, eecy, niou.peutr.
Another initio ral spring has been dis
covered at Ludlow.
Thcro aro 130 houses in process of erec
tion at St. Johnsbury.
Citizens of St. Albaii3 havo subscribed
?200,000 towards tho capital of tho now roll
ing mill to bo located there.
A bridgo In Stamford gavo way a few
days since, as Mr. Coring Thayer of Bos
ton was driving over It with his wlfo and
thrco children. Thoy wcro all thrown In
to tho water, and all except Mr. Thayer
wcro datigcrously Injured. ,
St. Albans had a grand and significant
Republican demonstration last week
Wednesday. Gov. Stewart presided, and
addresses woro made by Gov. Woodford of
New York, Consul Dart of Montreal, and
Gen. Kilpatrick addressed a largo aud-
lonco at St. Johnsbury, InfavQrof Oreoloy,
last evening, and was surprised, althocloso
of his romarks to hear Hired rousing cheers
for Grant and Wilson. .
Tho rain fall last month as obsencd
and recorded at tho U. S. signal sUttlon in
Burlington, was 0.70 incho3j avcragofall
of August for tlio twelve years before this,
Since Gov. Smith assumed tbo man
agement of tho Vermont Contral railroad,
In 1830, tho amount of freight transported
between Itousos Point and Windsor has
lifcrtased from 109,030 to 703,077 tons, or
About four thousand people attended
tho centennial celebration at Reading on
Wednesday of last wcok. Tho wolconiing
speech was mado by Dr. W. S. ltoblnson,
tho historical address was by Gilbort A.
Davis, and tho commemorative address by
Ilev. Thomas J, Sawyer, theological pro
fossor at Tufts collego.
A freight ttalu at St. Johnsbury, collid
ed with n special passenger train running
to accommodalo tlio oamp-inccting at
Lyndevlllc, on tho 27th ult., demolishing
both engines, precipitating tho tender and
two freight cars into tbo I'assumpslc river,
and fatally Injuring tho (1 reman of th3 pus
Tho annual tosslon of tbo grand lodgo
of OJd Fellows was hold at St. Johnsbury
on Tuesday of last week, and all tho lodges
in tlio stato but two wcro represented. The
present mombcrshlp is 839, and lltoro aro
three Itcbekah lodges with n membership
of 258. J. M. Isliam of Wiuooski was 0
lected grand nu&tcr. Next year's meeting
will bo held at Itutland.
Ono of tbo best political note of tho
tlay occurred at Fairhavon tlio other Sab-
billi. On roturnlng homo from church,
llttlo Fieddlc, who Is about llvo years old,
said to bis lather: "Our minister Is a Re
publican, nln'tho pa?" "I bopo so, my
sou, but why do you think ho is?" "lie
cause, when bo was praying this morning,
ho said, 'Giant Our Heavenly Father.' If
ho bad been :i Democrat bo would havo
said 'Urccloy Our lleavonly Falhor."
Some til tbu most (lclnielivo ctt'ects of
tho storm of Aug. 'Jltt wore experienced lu
a roinolu part of tbo stale, tbo account of
which has Just como to hand. West Roch
ester was, before tbo storm, n busy and
prosperous Utile Ullage near tho sotircu
of Wlillo rlvor, doing an oxtontlvo lumber
justness. Tlio storm fill upon tbo pbico
between 1 and 1! o'clock Wcdnosday morn
lug, and in tlio space of an hour, swept a
way every bridgo and mill on tlio branch,
Not only did it thus ruin tbo enterprise of
tlio placo, but it did great djmago to tho
farms situated on tho stream, Kzm Wash
bum had Ids bam swopt away, tho I, part
of Ills house ttiruod at right anglos Willi
its former position, mid tho farm nearly
ruined. Another man lust nearly all his
crops and clothing, and has absolutely no
protection or food for tho winter, Tbo Rob
Insott brotbcrH lost their mill and all tlio
siwed lumber accumulated through tho
winter and spring ; their loss will not fall
short of $1000. Mr. lllodgett lost his mill
and other property to tbo amount of $3000.
1 he total loss to tho pooplo of tho valley
will not bo loss than $33,000.
Vfu.it Anythino Uomk or ItT Tlio
Uraltleboro pnpors contain n notlco of an
application for a railroad from boiiio noln
on tlio AVcut Ittvor railroail to somo point
on Iho ltullnnd rallroail. llicro to itnlto
h.n.,nr.,l t,.1 rnlH -WnfMlatMlf.
win. wiu uita.i ,"jl
A charier will bo nskcrt forn rood from
Nownort to Monlnollor. Thoso who doubt
the building of tltcso road, mu.t donbl tbo
ability of men to norform any undertaking.
Orange County 8k8 for n railroad from
rM.i1nn rrlm ft,- o.mh n t-il'lrl flt
i . ,. t. -t.ll. I
long ucon ion. 11 is n worK wmuii inu-i. i
bo done at an early day; and It will bo
i 11, in t i ,,.ir..J
dono. A cliarlcr will also bo asked for a
road to unlto tbo abovo lines upon tbo
.. .. .. . I
norlll Will) U1080 Upon IllO BOUtll llirougn
Kiuuauivvui'ij, muajiiTiiiii '" ""'
tral portion of our stato n grand north and
Boulh line, a State Midland Itailroad, with
branches at an early day Into ovory town
of Importanco lying oft thollno. This will
do moro to develop Iho growth and add to
tlio material prosperity of Vermont than
any public ontorprlso slnco tho building of
tho Itutland and A't. Central railroad.
Whon wo consldor the fact, that from tho
date of tho oponlngof tho railroads of Ver
mont to business, to 18G5, n period of about
17 years wo bollcvo, tho wealth of tho Stato
as shown by returns was doubled, proba
bly much moro than doubled, wo havo di
rect ovldenco of what will como from tho
opening of so largo a portion of our stato to
Internal commcrco. Everywhere tho poo
plo ask for railway accommodation, and
for this they will pay chcorfully and liber
ally. Woqditock Standard.
Tlio postal cards authorized by Con-
gross, cannot bo Issued till tho noxt ses
sion, as no appropriation was mado for tho
oxpenso of furnishing Ihciti.
Josh Hillings says: "Success don't
konslst In never making blunders, but In
never making tlio same ono tho scckond
"Tho I,oitl Almighty lias just left" was
Mr. Lincoln's way of saying ho had just
received tlio honor of n visit from Sumner.
About 2SO,000 pounds of opium are con
sumed In this country every year. Verily,
wo might to bo a nation of Rip Van Win
kles. Few people know, that by setting a
glass fiultjaron n folded towel, thorough
ly soaked In cold water, tho fruit can bo
poured In boiling hot, with no moro dan
ger of breaking than wltii a tin can.
BANK OF DEPOSIT.
F. A. Hawley & Co.,
NO. 1 DEVONSHIRE. COK. STATU ST., UOSTOX.
Four irr rriif Interest allowed on dcroiit
accounts, lubjcct to check, drawn aa on any city bant.
Out-of-town depositors will have their remlttmcfBiDd
Collection! promptly acknowledged
Wo do a General Banking and Commlfifiion buBincBS,
Negotiate Bondi, Stock Notes and other Sccurlticn
make collection! throughout the United States and
DEALERS IN SECURITIES,
we Invite Inquiries relating to Investments, and giro
below the price of a few of the most desirable Bonds:
B., C, Jl. k M., hiilw&ukee Eiteneion. 7s . . 931-3
Midland Pacific, 7a 00
Logansport, CrawfordfriUo & Southwestern, 8s 07 1-3
U. S. Donds and other marketable securities allowed
fall price in exchange. 3m35
FOR Till; POLITICAL CAMPAIOX.
Clubs and Individuals supplied with Rockets, Cam dies,
jjeugoiia, sc., sic, lor proctwaiona or meetings.
Torches, Chinese Lanterns in every style, Flags,
j, rftuipareucici, sc., sc.t ior tuc campaign,
CUTTER, HYDE & CO.
63 CHADNCY STREET, BOSTON,
SOLE at AMGf ACTUBKBS OF
Marshall's Patent Illuminating Candlestick
for Xllumlnntlog Windows. Tbe best orer made.
Send for l'rlcc List.
rEltllY'S IMTROVEl) COMMODONEAND NMTLE
ItEMKDY.Thc Bliin Medicine of the Age. Is war
ranted to euro Flesh Wonais. Fi&ifles eruntlons and
Blotched disfigurations of the face, hold by rJl
urugytiit, utpoi tv uonu hi. rew xorit.
For Moth Patches, Freckles.
AND TAN, USE IT-KItY'S MOTH AND FKECKLE
LOTION. The well know n reliable and harmless rero-
edy for Brown Discoloration ef the face. Freparod
only by Dr. B. C. Perry, Dermatologist, 49 Bond street,
ew son. eoia uy uruggisn titryunert.
IlspDr Relief for Yountr Men from tho effects of Er
rors and Abuse's in early life. Manhood restored.
ieroua ueuiuiy cureu. imiteeumenis 10 a.arruge re
moTi-d. New method of treatment. New and remark
able remedies. Books and Circulars st-ut free.
Eealcdeneloip. Addreis HOWA11D ASbOCIATION.
jo. i Houm .mmu hi., rLiuac.pnia, ra. lyn
IlatrhelorR Hair lire. ThissumrbHalrPieiBthe
et in thr world perfectly barmlecs. reliable and In-
tantaneous; no disappointment; uorldlculoustlnts
irdisasreeableodor. The cenulneAVm. A. Batchelor's
Hair Dve produces Iuuediatelt asplmdld Black or
Natural Uronn,leaes the hair clean, tJt, btautifuli
does not contain a particle of lead or any injurious
compound. HoldbyallDruggists. Factory.lG BOND
The advertiser bavin c been permanently cured of
mat dread disease, consumption, ny a simple remeay,
It anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers tbe
means of cure. To all who dcalre it, he willsend a
copy of the prescription used, (free of charge), with the
aireciioni ior preparing auu ubiuk iuc nui nuivu
they 111 find a suukCuiie for Consdmiution, Abtumi,
tlBOECIIITIS, SC i'ariies ttibd.br iue preicripiiuu
AlllT.lftiiiAddreBN Ttev. EDWARD WILSON.
zut noma iniru Direct, miuamauurfcu, t, x.
nONSUMPTION CAN HE CUltEl).
uiiAre;i ruiiAiu.nu njuu-.
SGUENCK'S SEAWEED TONIC,
RrilKNTK'H MAND1LAKE 1 ILLS.
Are the only medicines that will cure pulmonary Con
Komfttmei medicines that will stop a couch will oft.
en occasion the death of a patient. It lucks up the
liver, stops the circulation ef the blood, hemorrhage
follows, and In fact, logging the action of theory
organs mil chubcu iho cuugu.
Liter eomnlai nt and dyspepsia aro the ratines of two-
thirds of the cases of consumption. Many aro now
complaining wltli dun pain in we aiae, me uoweis
sometlmts costive and sometimes too loose, tongue
coated, pain in the shoulder blade, feeling sometimes
very restless, and at other times drowsy; the food
that Is taken lies hei)y on the stomach, accompanied
with nrliiitv ami belchlnc of wind. These svmrtoms
usually originate from a disordered condition of the
stomach or a torpid liver, 1'ersoni so affected, if they
tVn on nr twn Iipatv colds, and If tho couah In these
raaea be inddenlv stunned, the luncs. hver and stem-
acn Clog, ana remain wirpia ana lusci.Tf, u uciura
the patleut Is aware ef his situation, the lungs are a
mass of sores, and uueratea, ana ueaiu is ino inoua-
Bcheurk's Pulmonic Byrup Is an ei pec to rant which
does not contain any opium, nor an imng caicuiaeeu
tocniva a couga suaueuiy,
Bchenck's Biawe-ed Tonic dissolves tho food, mixes
wlltilhn cnatrln lulre f.f the stomach. dlecnts easily.
nourishes tbe s)stem, and creates a healthy circula
tion of tbe blood. When tbe bowels are costive, akin
allow, and tne patieut is or a bilious name, ncuenca a
Mandrake Pills aro require
Theasmedteluea sre prepared by Dr. J. ILBCHEISCK
fc HfiV. VnrlhcfiBt earner of Hlith and Arch streets.
Philadelphia, Penu., and for sale by C1EO. O. OOOU-
WIN h CO., 38 HanoTcr sireet, uosion, anu juh r.
nFNIlY, HCollega place, New York, wuoiesaie Agents.
rot sue ny lirugiaia goneraiiy.
TAYLOR. In this village, Aug. 31, a son to J. O,
auu utile a, isjior,
LEE.ln Vernon, Au. 30, Emma I)., daughterof
Marsbsll and 'Ellzahe th I.ee, aged IT ) ears. i
CUOUNINHIIlKLIl-Iu ChMsterneld, N.II,, Bept,
S.Jane E. (irownlnshleld, aged 37 jisrs,
I'AQKln Amenta. N. Y.. Autt 31. ct choUra in
fantum, Oeorge Haatlngs, youngest rhlld of Hit, Wm.
N. kltrl J f nn In N. Vu.at. iftd 8 months. 8 dSVS.
WAHU.-In Northfield. Mass., Aug. 31, WUlie
Humphrey, youngest child and only ton ft Henry M.
anil (larrle A. Wirrl. oeA 10 vears. 10 months. 3 days.
HMKAD.-ln QreenOeld, Mass., Aug. 30, Julia Ada
line. Infant lUunlitpr tA rharlea W. Hmead and Brand
daughter of E, O, Bcott of Vernon, Vt., aged 10
mouiiis, v uays.
DUltlt.-In Westmoreland, K. II., Aug. 13, TcnU
Porr, aged 15 years.
Hl'AIUtAWK.-In Walpole, N. H., Aug. 33, F.lita I.,
widow of the late Ueorge Hparhawk. aged 73 years,
HARNEY. In Jtoshford, Minn., Matilda, wireof
Luke Harney, aged 73. Mrs. Darner was a native cf
- - .... . - . a...
RDHOW BELL. in WMllcUoro, ADR. ai. vj uct.
M. H. lUrrii, Mr. FrynHin JJ. Edon,or it.aoiPh
iWnVMAwi.tlnNAiroE.-iii urnttifboro. Auk 24.
joNES-siiERMAN.-in Eait Dover, Sept. i, by
A nilUAT J1"H rM AiotfL. -r,
-- , . .M tr xr
Iho Struggles of Pctro lmm V;. : ft iby.
11 uilraled by Thomai Nait Introduction by Hon.
t..,. , soon ready. "Wordi
Fitly Spoken" by Rev. w. H. '-.l'"A"'"'c'
"Ainoniz iob AuiruuuKifc ... ...u-.-
lon j,, oo., Boston, Mass., and St. Louie, MO.
Anvonehivlna brass fender to iell, alio shovel
and tongi to match, may l.esr of a purchaier in
MnU. OEO. W. FOLSOM,
oppoilte the Common,
"VtrANTKD.A MIDDLE AOF.D AMEK-
1CAN WOMAN to do general homework.
O00D WAGES AND rERMANENT SITUATION.
Aprly to .
r J. WTIEATON,
3W3$ Amherit, Mats.
WANTED, A WOMAN IN A FAMILY
tnt.. t.(4nt.1inrt.nn.1 of Bolton, to Bllllt In
i nn. nnn nther lervent 1 kCDt.
Muit bo capablo of taking entire charge In ease ot
sickness in tne ismiiy or auscucc v .u uj v.
Auir. 27. 1872. 'w35
V7"ANTED, 11Y A GENTLEMAN AINIi
T T WIFE, 3 or 4 rooms ror nouioaeepiog.
Addrcis Boe 129 P. O., for 2 weeks. 3w35
TVTOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIV-
li n (hat am.llitlr.n will bit msdfl to tbfl UCXt LPS'
lalatiif-M nfVurmnnt fnr Ilia enactment of law altering
tha hlr of WlDdbam Couniy na remoTinn ms name
from Newfane to urameooro or cnn otner town m
TVTOTICK IS GIVKN THAT AN APPLI-
JLl cation will be made. to the nxt npusion of the
ueneral Assembly to divide the town of Westminster,
and organize s new town from the West part thereof.
Or, In rso that shall be f tund impracticable, then to
alter the town Hues of said Westminster, so as to an
nex certain portions thereof to adjoining towns, as the
public good and tho convenimeo of the inhabitants
;Stotice"-mEuinvnTiriiK an av-
Jl plication mado to the General Assembly of the
Stato of Vermont at its next session to annex that part
of Stratum which formerly belonged to Somerset to
Stratton, Aug. 17tb, 1872. 3w35
EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT
nnMKR'S COMMEUCIAL COLLEGE, conducted
with signal ability and success for thirty-two (32)
years past under the name managtmtnt, and attended
Fiv ncvftitron ihourand (17.001)) students, continues
! from its long experience, and extenrivo mtrcantllo
connections, to possess great advantages, the renn
dence of tho community, and has thereby peculiar fa
cilities for providing suitable eroplo)raent for its
graduates fmaie anu lemaicj, many oi Mnom are now
at the head of extensile establishments, while thou
sands hold responsible positions in this atd ether
The TtnTT-SEcoD Annual Catalogue an Cir
cuun containing full information, with styles of
HAKDwniTiKO taught, and list of Mr. Comer'a ncrkB
PENMANSHIP, ItOOK-KKKI'KXJ, IVAYIUATIOiY,
sent by mail, or may be had rnxi at the College.
Morning wcfions, v o i, vwty uu""""
tbrouehcut the year. Evenings, 7 to fl, from 1st Oc
tober to 1st April.
OtUIlUEW.lJUMt.il, A.M., ITCBiucui, tiou-
liigton Mreet, corner of West Street, Boston.
All Kinds of J01) WORK Pone Thoroughly
CLAHEMONT, N. H.t
PAPER AND BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
Sollcityonrordcrsforanjthlng in their line,
as well as for
Printing and Binding,
OF KVXUT PEPCBirTlON,
And will Pay Cash for Rags.
OnandaftorJnlv 1. 1872. tickets will belsnoed to
Hoosac Tunnel, North Adams, Troy, Albany, Saratoga
Springs, and Niagara Falls, at reduced rates.
Also round trip tickets, good for tblrtv da, and
can be used either way, Greenfield to Oreenfleld via
Hoosac Tunnci,Troy, baraioga, n lagara t ana, Ainany,
Hudson Uiver Day and Night BteamerstkNew York
The above tickets are for sale at all the principal
Itailroad ticket offices in this Iclnity,
PassenaTersleavInc Greenfield on the morning train
arrlie at Saratoga at 6:25 r. m.: Fare 84.73. Aleo
make close connections at Troy with N. Y. Central Ei
Dress for Buffalo and NlagaraFalls at 4 :5 r. m. Fare
The Messenger Trottiug Stallion.
ItrrrntlT imrehnsrd at tbe Executors sale of the late
Col. fito. C. Hall, at which time he trotted a quarter
of a mile in 37 1-3 seconds (a 2.30 gait) though not in
condition for speeding. Ills stock was greatly ad-
mireu. auu uruuK"1 no i'tn. uim u. uibwhb
sold at auction for A.KMIO, i.lO, and $14M,
respectively, two urougnx t-,w cn ua "tverai
over if.uii earn.
He will stand tho remainder of the season at Brattlo-
TERMS, $50 TO INSURE.
Fayable March let, 1879. AU accidents at the title of
Apply to JT. O. !. VIM, .(. in,
ESTEY, FROST & CO.,
riOItN MEAL IX ANY QUANTITY AL
J aja on band. CORN. RYE, OATH, COARSE k
tun i, jmujjt.ir.ua.
I jLOl'lt OF AiLI- fJllAIiriX.
Our stock cf rLOURvlllBlwayabelargeandthctrado
supplied at lowest rates.
SALT, OF ALL GRADES, BY THE
bushel or car load.
CORIY, CORN MEAL AM) OATS,
delivered at Boston Toints w Ithout additional freight,
Manufacturers and Healers In
STOVES, FURNACES, RANGES
TIN, COrTKR, lItAB8,ZINC,
Holbrook's Patent Swlvol Plows,
For Level Lana and Bide Hill,
Sod & Stubble
Corn fthrlltir, Funulliff Mills, Clturus
Tho only practical Low.rrired Iock HtltcU Bewlog
juacuine ever mvsueeu.
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS.
Head for Circular and sample of Sewing.
fSTAddrces CLARK CHANDIXlt, Ag't,
8w3S Wilmington, Vt.
ii v this
Bailiffs of Brattleboro.
A NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSE.
Xo Fnnilly nlionlil nculrrl In mipty
tltciimetirn wllli hoiiio ono or llir ninny
BROMO 0HL0R0LUM ;
0ARB0LATE OF LIME j
A lsrgc stock of the ftlwve artlclrs for salf by
CLARK & WILLARD.
SOAP CHEAPER THAN DIRT !
A great varltty of all kinds of TOILET fiOlTS at low
prices ; from 1 cent to 51 per cake,
Wlion yon soli good goods at
low prices you aro doing right ;
and that is what wo aro doing
at tho now storo,
SKLLI.XG GOOD GOODS
AT LOW PRICES.
KKW (JOOI)S KEVEIVED EVERY
AT ONE PRICE
AND THAT Till, I.OWKST.
Also Agpnls for those celebrated Cut
Paper Patterns, acknowledged to be
the best sold.
POTTER & BARNARD.
JlT ItECEI VEIt,
Bought befcro the last advance and will be sold at a
O.F. THOMPSON & 00,
ron saii: on to kcnt, two new two story
HOUSES ON CHEBTNUT AVENUU-tOTS 4 BY
10 BOPS -WILL 11E HOLD AT A OIIEAT EAlt
OAIN. C. F. TIIOMl'BON U CO.
j NATURE'S REMEDY.
i.eil.TlNL la made) txciiuitviy irom tbeMuicescf
carefully selected bnrl, roou and Iwrbrj, aud so
strongly cuuceii.rnitu i tin h niu iuniuu; iniuiciiio
fnilll IUB lYbU'lLI IttfY 11IUI Ul CIITUIII III Sf II"
1 011 iiiiniorf Tuniom, (mircr, Cniiffroii
lluiuurt rjryitriMi,oii iwiit iiin;' iiiii"
Im HiBfiiafK Ciuiltrr. Fiiliitur nt Hie
Monmrli, snd ail diHeasi-a that arise from Impuro
blood. JSrlallra, Iiillniiimiitar) and Cliroiilr
Hhi'uitiiill")t ciirniBui, Litiiii auu riiiui
Com phi lit U, can only be ifitctually cured tiiruutjh
vnt iiifra and Kriiiilii r tllrtir of the
nin lNiBtiilra l'luilr ltlult lira, UulU,
'l?iier, bi'iiiiiiiriiii auu iiiiiutvomi. Ytu
ETINE has ucer fal'ed to eflcrt a )-rmau(-ut cure.
For I'll In In Hit Ilni'lit Kidnry l'oin
iiliilnlM, Dropoff t't'iimlf Wriiltiii'M, lrn
rorrliuiii artlug from interusl ulceration, ami
uterine dUcaaea aud (Jrurral llrbllllyt VEO'
i-TiNK aets directly iiiou tbocauieaof tho oud.-
i.laluts. It invigorates and strengthens the whole
ysteni, acts upon tbo secretive organs, allajs in 0am.
niatlou, cures ulceration aud regulates the bowtU.
For C'ulnrrht Diaprpaiut lltibiimil Ccb
lltriirHt l'iilililioii of Un llrnri, Jlrittt
nrlii't I'ile trouiir, and (Jriirrnl pros
i.ii.n f,f thA Nrrroiu Si kit' iu. no medicine has
ever kIiu such perfect sal Uf action as the VEU-
rriNK. ititurlfics the blood, rleauaeaallof (lie or
gaus, an J io(.aseB a controlling inmcr over the Ner
Tbe remarkable ernes etTected by VEtlETlNE hae
Induced many jhysiclaus and apothecariea whom vie
kUOW W prt'icriaif mil uv m imn nw
in fart Vl'.llETINE Is the b((t remedy let discover
ed for the aloe diseases, aud U tbe only reliable
II IM 0 1) I U II 1 1' I KK J it phcul U fore the pub
Prenandbv II. II . ST KV KSti Bostcn. Mass.
Price 1 0 Hold by all Druggists, Sui31
WO DWr.Lt.lNO HOUSES ON ORGAN STREET".
j-. ii, r.uiii.
Dratttcboro, Bept. 4, 1872.
Tho subscriber will positltclj nil st
SATURDAY, BErT. 7, 1873, AT 1 0'CI.OCK, P.M.,
TREOISELY, ON THE I-REMISES,
One Dwelling House
With two tenement-, and ONE 8INOLE TENEMENT
HOUSE, M acre of land each, both very pleasantly
situated on Washington Btreet, near ttm two large
Manufacturing Establishments in Brattkboro. Also,
one very desirable building Lot on the same street,
containing 70 rods Land.
The abovo means Just what tt says, and those that
want homes in pteasant places will do well to call on
me at onco ana ei amino carciuny ior mejr own in
terest. W. If. ALEXANDER,
B. N. IIERRICK, Auctioneer. Iw3fl
A COTTAOE HOUSE AND LOT, corntr cf Cbasc and
Forest Blrccts, tho rcsldcnco of the lato Rct. AD
Inquire on the premises. 35
Farm for Sale.
The subscriber offers for sain his farm situated two
miles West of Du lumen ton Center, and known as
no vim. rrm."
Said farm contains 161 acres sulttbly divided into
mowing, Ullage, pasturing and wood Und. Th build
in rs consist pt a dwelling with woodshed attached, a
carriage house, and a barn 30 by S3 with a cellar.
They are all In good repair and well furnished with
There la upon the premises a good supply of fruit
and also a good sugar orchard.
Hummers ton, Aug. 28, 18T3. 2m33
pAUM FOR SALE
It is situated 2 1-2 miles from rayettevlllc, and con
talus 110 acres. There Is a sugar orchard ef 200 trees;
also fruit orchard, and va'.cr at houBc and tern.
rowBBion given at any time.
For particulars enquire of
Nenfaue, July 30ili, 1872.
A neat, new Dwelling Home ncveroccupird
on Ileasaut street In this Ullage, fur sale che-ir,
and terms iasy
AI-SO TO' VKIIV JM'.HIll.t
jii;ii.ii: lots voit
Apply to WILDER IIAKRIS, lttyk Strttt,
Brattleboro. April 23d, 1872. tfl7
OE Or THE MOST DESIRABLE FARM 8 IN
BRATTLEBORO FOR SALE CHEAP.
rMIE FAnM belonging to the estate of the late
BRADFORD S AUOEANT, located one mile west of the
village of West Brattleboro, containing about 1C0 acres
of land. Thirty acres aro first qufJity meadow land,
suitablo for corn or tobacco; the remainder being
pasture or woodland. The buildings consist of a large
two-Btory d elling house, two barns, sheds, cider mill,
etc., all in good repair. Good running ster to house
and barn. Fine- apjle and suger orchards on the
For additional particulars, enquire of Oeoeoe H.
Clack, administrator, or of S. N. IIeohick.
Brattleboro, Sept. 6, 1871. tf36
TATE OF VERMONT, Marlboro, S S
Tho Probate Court for said District.
To all neraons interested In the Estate of HENRY
v, LiiVEliaiuux., laieoi iimicoa, ucceaeeu, unit
ing: said Estate, has made application in writing to this
Court, setting forth that it will be beneficial to the
heirs and all persons interested In said Estate to sell
tho whole of the Real Estate of said deceased, and
praying for license to sell the same accordingly, and
has filed in this Court the consent snd approbation cf
all the heirs of Bald deceased, residing In this State
to such sale; You aro hereby notified that this
Court will decide upon said application at the pen
sion thereof to be held at tho County Clerk's Offlce
In Nenfano. in said District, on tbe 2d Saturdav of
September, A. D. 1872, when and where you may bo
neara in ice rreiaucs. it juu t tmiic,
ASA KEYES, Register.
STATK OF VKItMONT, Marlboro, SS
The Probate Court for said District
To all T.ersons interested in the Estate of DANIEL
RICE, late of Wilmington, deceased, QreetlDg.
Whereas, MILO R. CROSBY, AdrtiinUtrator
upon said Estate, has made application in writing to
this Court, setting forth that it will bo lntficial to the
hetra and all persons interested in said Estate tost It
h.i hil-1f iho Itfftl r.aUtn of said deceased, and rrsv-
ing for License to sell tho eamo accordingly, and has
men in mis UOUCl lUO cuiittm iuu (i'inuu.nm v.
the heirs of said deceased, residing in tlds State, to
such sale; You are hereby notified that this Court
W1U elCCine upon asm appiu mwu . mo u i i
nf in hn liphl at tbe Count v Clerk's Office In Ncwfani".
In said District, on tbe retouii haturdsy of September,
premises, If 3 eu see cause.
A, U. 18(3, wucn ana wuire jwu maj ue mom iu uv
ASA KEYES, Register.
AND A NEW PROPRIETOR.
1 ,-AVlKn hnnalit r.f A. J. S1MONDS tll Ororcry
l'L storo In Marsbsll k rstirbmiks lllock, Orst
iloor North nf Main Street brlJCi 1 should be lurry
to furnUb all soon sut
r.OOI) T'LOUlt, THA, COFFKH, SUOAIi,
SPICKS, SOAP, MOLASSES, 8YHUP,
KKUOSKXi: OIL, KAHl), VI N
KOAIt, WOODKN WAHK, mini
F IXALLY EVERYTIIIXO USUAL
LY KEPT IX A F1KST-CLASS
GROCERY STOKi:, AT THE LOW
VX 11 n i: ll H will do w i U to give mo call.
Farmers' produce Ul.cn iu eiehangc Ut floods.
'Noli is herfbv trlren tbat an arnllcatlon will Ik
made at the next session of tbe Lrglji.aturecf the tttate
of Vermont for a charter for a railroad from some
point on tb West IIU er Hall Hoad or the Manchester
k Jamaica Hall Hoad thence to some point com cnlent
to connect iih a railway to run south from Wewdstevelr,
Vt, to a point where the same may cross tho Itutland
lUil Hoad. 3ft3J
"Truth is Mighty, and will Prevail!"
j'uitiFins tiu: iilood and uk
STOHKS THK II HALT II.
DeUHty Is a term used to denote deflrlcncy of blood.
Tbe nutritive constituents or th" blood arc in less thau
their regular proportion, uhlle the watery partis In
oicess. Debility is of frequent occurrence. It is In
cident to a Variety of disease. Tho lower limbs aro
apt to bo swollen. The patient la feeble, and cannot
bear much exertion. The circulation is irregular, but
almost always weak. Palpitation of the heart is a very
common symptom. Violent emotion often throws the
heart Into tho most tumultuous action. The vita'
functions are languidly performed. Ihe muscular
strength is diminished fatigue follows moderate tr
slight exercise. The breathing, though qnU t when at
rest, becomes hurried and even painfully agitated
under exertion, as in running, ascending heights, &c
The nervous system is often greatly disordered. Ver
tigo, dizziness and a feeling of faintnees are cry com
mon. Violent and olmtlnate neuralgic pains In the
head, side, breaft, or other parts of the body, are
also frequent attendants upon the disease. The se
cretions aro sometlmts dim t nil bed. In females the
menses are almost always either suspended or very
partially performed. The bile Is scanty, and costive
ness, with unhealthy evacuations from tbe bowels and
dyspeptic state of the atomach, are extremely com
FOUND AT LAST I
Globe Villaoe, SocTasniDOE Miss.,
February 23d, 1871.
II. It. Stevens, Esq., Boston:
For the pant nvo years I have been afflicted with
dyspepsia, caused frcm a morbid state of the liver,
loss of appetite, raisiug of food and wind from the
stomach, a sense of distension in tbe stomach, cost I fe
nces, palpitation of the heart, general debility and
languor. For a jear past I have taken your Vege
tike, or Blood rurtfier. I am now well and able to
atttnd to my business. It is one of the bent remedies,
and I can heartily recommend it to all afflicted with
similar diseases. I have tried ether remedies, but
found nono tbat afforded me any relief, until I found
it in your Veqxtike,
Any person dteirlnir further information can call en
bis son, 'Wilbur r. Hanson, apothecary, storo No, C8,
WHAT IS XEEDED.
Rostov. Feb. 13. 1811.
IlFNitT R. Stevens. La. 1
Dear Mr. About one ttr kluco I found mvs If in
a feeble coudltlon from Ueneral Debility, Vloetiive
was strongly recommcnuca to me ny a menu wuo naa
been much benefited by lis use. I procured the arti
cle, and alter using several bottles, vas restored to
neaiin, ana tnnconiinueu its nte. l leu quite conn
dent there Is no medicine superior to It for thoso com.
llalnts for wlilch It is esneclallv I n Dared, ard would
cheerfully ricommiud it to thoso who fed that they
lii'iu humeming iu reeiuro imm to pcneci ncann.
U. L. 1'EITINOILL,
Firm of 8. M. I'cttingill k Co.,
No. 10 State btrctt. Boston,
U I V1CS IIIULTII, STItHNGTII AND
My dauchtcr has received cnat benefit from the
uho t-f iho Veoitine. Htr declining health was a
scurrctf pre at anxiety to all cf her friends. A few
botllfR (f the Veoetike restored her health, strength
aim aj punt?. n. ji. iiisViLn,
insurance auu r.eai .siaie Agent,
No. 3 Bears tutldlng, Boston, Mais,
H. R. Stevens:
Dear Sir. 1 1 e used VrotTinr. and feel a duty to
acknowledge the great benefit it Las dene me. In tbe
spring of the scar 18G2. 1 was rick frcm central debil
ity caused by over-work, went of sleep, and proper
rose, i was very weac ana mucn cmaciaica. imca
many remedies, without recehlna any benefit from
tuj vi aurui, mini i non ,irrnuuru iu irjf vivUEii.tc.
ueiore l uaa latcn ims ono weet( my improved condi
tion gave me renewed hope and courage. I continued
to take it, every day gaining more ttrenpth, until 1
was completely restored to health. The effect cf this
litmtay. in case or general aeniiity, is indeed marfl
lous. ELIZABETH A. FOLEY,
21 WebEtcr bt,, CharlcBtown, Mass.
Lesaxoh, N, H., Jan. 29, 1670.
Dear Sir. I wiite this note to Inform you of the ef
fect of your "Blood Purifier" upon my system. W hen
I commenced taking it, a year ago, I was tery much
debilitated. My limbs were swollen so it was impos
sible for me to get into or get out from a carilage, and
very painful to go up or down stairs. Indeed, 1 cculd
scarcely stand on my feet. Mv annetite was cone, mv
strength failing rapidly. After using your medicine
ior a jew weens, i ucgan io improt e. aiy appemc im
proved and my strength returned I can now per
form my duties as a wet nurse w 1th my w onted (ase ;
ana i leei i owe n io t eoetise.
2w20 MRS. C. A. II. T1LDEN,
Nclu'iick'n 7lMitilrHbn l'llta, fur Liter
Liver Complaint, Jaundice and all bilious disorders
arlso from torpidity of the liver, causing a How of un
healthy bile ; Inflammation of that organ producing an
overflow into the stomach and Intestines, or from a
derangement of the digestive organ with which the
liver is so closely counected. Unhealthy bile in tbe
gall bladder and the liver, still laboring, crowdlog this
unhealthy matter Into the blood, and which it then
circulates over tho body, causing a sallow tlnee and
torpor of the whole system. Either of tbo aboi e des
cribed derangements of the functions cf the liver pro
duces nnmberless trains of discaets, the white of the
ejen yellow, tbe tonguecoated with a foerlsh white
or brown tinge. Vibcre the liter Is disordered, diges
tion is unhealthy, sometimes a fair appetite and some
times none at all ; tho patient will sutler frcm coethe
nesa or diarrhaa, or sometimes both: agencraldrowsy
and meuncuoiy jetuux, uuiuwutmui auu Fieepji?,
iireat weariness ! falutlucs are often felt. The stom
ach Uborlng to digest foi-d, often creates a palpitation
of the heart, and is frequently nil taken for heart dis
ease. Frequently the iikiu breaks out lu biles and
sores, or marked sjicptoms of eriEirclas, with creat
itching and insufferable rcttleetness. Tho irritation
from scorged tbe lu tuo Diooa oitcn produces au irri
tation cf the mucus membrane of the bronchial tubes.
and from a slight Cold severe cough follows, with a drv
ropy expectoration; often nausea and vomiting. This
unhealthy bile mixed with tho blood pasetM into the
kidneys, produces pain in the urinary passage., some
times pain lu the back aud darting pains through the
shoulder blade, and frequently all tnrough the body;
a soreness is frequently felt about tho region cf the
llrer. across the stomach aud sriue. Many dangerous
complaints have their origin in a derangement of the
htir and atomaeh Two-thirdi of tho cases uf Con
sumption originate from liver complaint, intermittent
remittent and bilious fevers, bilious colic, costiveness,
diarrhina, chills and fever, kc. Frequently one box of
bcnencit s Manarako nut wui remove an iucseuisea
ses; they hae an effect on tho liver similar to mer
eurv. Bv taking a dose, according to the directions.
anu im'U uhb a a uiui, ivi n ,- a ui itu UayB, mi')
will regutate the liver and threw off all Impurities, and
soon perform lta natural functions without the use of
Urge aosts 01 purgauvo meuiciue, ju ido spring O
the year those bilious disorders most commonly com-
uous disease tbo whole season. Iheyarewarrantrd
not to contain a particlo of calomel or mercury, in any
ahapo, and are perfectly harmless.
My Pulmonic Syrup has been before the public many
years, ana uas ruieu nanureui irom inir ucain-oeu.
bioce the Invention of the Mandrake 1111s I can suc
ceed In many cases where I could not Ufore. The
stomach and liver are often so Inactlre the Hi run ran-
not dlaeet. and one Mandrake 1111. at nieht. althoueti
tbe patient will think they were having no effect, will
retro late the stomach and liver without reducing the
patient, and the Pulmonic Hyrup will assist lu getting
up a neauuy circulation, iiieie iiui i ou me liver
similar ta calomel, and I do solemnly assure the nub
ile that there is no calomel or mercury lu their compo-
Biuou, or anjiuiuK mjuro ine ijiieni, i met
cent eman tbe other day in front cf tbe Olrard IIous
and he asked me if I ever recommended my pills for
lilies; I answered no. He said that Mr, Conckllnsrnt
to my store a short time ago and got a dozen boxes
and gave him one, as his w If e had been costive for
years, anu uaa me pne very dsu ior long time, ana
Mr. Coukliu recommended them so highly, that she
commenced taking them, one every night, and she is
now well; tt cured tbo piles, and her bowel are as
regular as they cn be,
ThcBe 1111s were invented to assist Scbenck's Pul
monic Hjrup In curing Consumption when there is
constipation of the bowels and a torpid liver, but tbey
are useu now iur urariy every complaint, jneyevcu
proo to be a great Vermifuge. Home few weeks ago,
a lad called ou me and said she hsd liver complaint
far many ) ears. I gave her a box of 1111a. bhe came
back lu a week, and said she had passed several worma
ten inches long.
Au old gentleman in Baltimore, that had been com
plaining with a cough, pain in his right side, skin sal
low, tooguo coated, bowels costive, and a dried up ap
pearance, called on me at my room. I gave him tbe
Sea Weed Tonic and Maudrake rills. He came Lack
the next week to see m and said be was much better,
and that ha had pasacd thousands of these small
worms. He is now well. m
About eight years ag' when I wasrecelvingpatUuts
at the Mailboro' Hotel, lu lioetou. a Lady called on me
and said she had been complaining for a longtime
with a Tape-Worm, as her phjsleian thought She
said that she was in great pain ; at times something
would twist around in L r ftomiacb, and even come up
towards her tbroat aud bite, and almost set her crazy ;
nothing would satisfy It but milk; abe would have to
take a quart every night to bed with her, and when it
would begin to moe sho would take a drink to satUfy
it. 1 bis lady, when sho visited me, was a sight to be
hold, bowels very costive, tougue coated, breath offen
sive, and a dried up, eallow complexion, very nervous,
aud almost a subject of the insane asylum. I gate her
some Ska Viri Tomio and MiNPBikS 1'it.u in targt
doses ; teu pills for three consecutive nights, and then
one each night for three nlghta (her bowels being in
such a congested state, H required an enormous
amount of pills to unlock tbero) and then to come and
see me again. Hbe came and said she waa very sick ;
said sho did not crav e any milk now. This convinced
me that tbe animal, or whatever it was troubling her,
was dead. I ordered her ta take ten more pills; after
taking them the passed something resembling a snake
or a lizard, bttween five and six Inches in length.
This lady is now well and Uvea at IZaat Ik ton.
Kcbenck's l'ulmonlo Sjrup, Bea-Heed Tonio and
Maudrake Tills are manufactured by Pr. J. It, Hch
enck k Son. N, F corner of Sixth nul Arrh itruti.
Philadelphia, l'eun. Ueorge C. Goodwin A Co., 38
Hanover strtet, Iiostca, and Johi r, Henry, 8 Collego
For sate by Pruggiits generally,
rpiIE subscriber baa taken rooms In Hyther's build
.x.ing.iwouoorBuinuoi me rnornix omce.wLere ne
Kiiiiuruituuoinnsana unlets at wnoieiaie and re
all I and willasitit atfunerals,furnIshlngrobes, Ac.
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