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THE VERMONT PHCENIX, BRATTLEBOIiO, VT., SEPTEMBER 27, 1872.
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A'nmc Uutintta and Location of the leading
Jiusinm Houses in liraltleboro.
F"ODT Till OUT TOU ntrtBIHCK.
r V THOMPSON CO., WilUiton'iBtonjDIOck.
WOOD " JIABBIIALL, Kicb.og. DIM.. Main Blrt.
CLAnKk FRANKH, llerwe llouae Mocs.
ISAAC D. DAILKY, Elliot St.
IlnoLtsrllrr unit Hlnlonn.
ciicNEV cLArr, e Croat Bloc.
W. . ELTON CO.,J Urooas Home.
J. 8TEEN, Flsbtr'a Block, Main Bt.
1 0. EPWAIID8, 1 door north Amtrlci n Honst.
Jlnol. unit Minr.
A F. BOYNTOX, Maraball k Estcrbrool'l block, M. t.
(IF.OIIOE CUTI.hH, 0 FlVi Block. '
TII0JIA3 JUDOK, (Judge's liulldiiig) or Am. Uonie.
0. J. TBATT, 1 Ortnlte Bow.
Cholcv 1'iamllr UrocerlX.
CLARK it WILLAUD, 1 Brook! House.
Collin uml Cualirti.
C. U WIOWN, Marshall & Eslcrbrook'e Bl'k, Main SI.
Contractor illi'l lluililer..
HOLEY k CUCBC1I, Elliot Blrcct.
M. T. VAN BOOBS, 1 Crolbjr Block.
O. H. CLARK, Crosby Block, ocr Vt. National Bank.
o' R. r08T,BDy.a.'junctl5n UlEb h Orcen Streets.
a! V. l'UTS AM, Crubjr Block, third floor.
COOPER & FABISC1I. S Brooka House.
II. A. WEBBER, Malu Stmt, i itaite Revere Houae.
Moors, Nuah unit Illimla.
C. F. THOMPSON & CO., Willislon'a Blone Block.
CL AUK k FRANKS, Bstcto House Block.
IIKILEY k CHOKCII, (Manufacturer") Elliot Street.
CLARK fc WILLARD, 1 Brook! House.
P. BARROWS, Main Street, orposlte Brooki Home,
u. I. PRATT, 1 oranlto Block.
C. F. THOMrS ,N k CO., WUIlaton's Stone Hlock.
I'lour uml Groceries.
A. C. DAVENPORT, 3 Crosby Block.
E. T. 1IAVNES, Elliot Street.
TAYLOR k NOYES, Thompson k Banger's Block.
C. F. THOMPSON k CO., wlUlilon'a btone Block.
C. L. BROWN, Maraball k Elterbrook'a Block.Maln at.
II. B. SOCLE, Bjtber'a Block, Main Street.
II air JeMrlrjr SIuiiiifucturtT.
MRS. 0. 8. PERRY, Oreeu Street, 24 home from
IIiar,inurr, Iron uml Me1.
CLARK k FRANKS, Herere Houae Block.
C. T, THOMPSON k CO., Wtlliiton'a Btone Block.
UEU8TI8 BTJRNAr, Main Street.
Hilta, Cup Mini Fur.
B. N. CHAMBERLAIN, 1 Brooka Houae.
U. E. TAYLOR, 3 Union Block.
BR.ATTLEBORO HOUSE, H. A. More-, Proprietor.
Ice Cream lluaini.
COOPER k FADISCH, C Brooka Home.
Inauruncr .A pent.
CAMPBFLL 4 CUDWORTH, Union Block.
B. It. JKNNE, Thurolaou k Hangrr'a Block.
MOODY k HOWE, Baring Bank Block.
THOMPSON k RANOtR, 1 Granite Row.
Jtihhes a In IVoimI Work.
F -HER k COOK, Weat Brattleboro.
1.1a rry unil jE'eeillnir Ktulllee.
J. W. SMITH, rear Crosby Block.
I. K. ALLEN, Eatey 'a building, South Main Street.
L. U. CRANE, Canal BtrecL.
DDTTON k KATHAN, Bridge St., near B, R. Derot.
Slurliet Gardener unci I'lorlat.
C. E. ALLEN, Canal Street.
II. LADLEY, Main Street.
Miller, unit Crnln Dealer.
EJ1EY, FROST k CO., Bridge Street.
.llllllnerj and fancy Coftda,
MRS. T. AVERT. 5 CrosbT Block.
MISSES PICKETTE k 1UTC11, 0 CroabT Bl'k, 3d floor,
u. j. niAili i uranue now.
MRS. J. W. WHITNLY, Brooka Houae.
E. F. BARNEH, orpollte American Uouie.
Pulnta und Oil.
C. F. THOMPSON k CO., Willliton'a Stone Block.
CLARK k FRANKS, Revere Houae Block.
luper llunirlnjra und Window ftbadei.
1. 8TEEN, Flaber'a Block, Main Street.
M. T. VAN BOOHN, 7 CroabT Block.
D. A. HENRY, futkr'a Block, Main Street,
C. L. HOWE, Union Block.
WM. GOULD, Clark Strut.
FISHER k COOK, Wet Brattleboro.
D. J. LAMSON, CrutreTllle Road.
Ileuilr Jluilo C'llitlilnir.
PRATT, WRKIIIT k CO., 3 Granite Row, Main Street.
F. 9. BRACKETT k CO., Ul Granite Row.
Neaalna; Muchlne und Attachment.
GEO. B. COBB, 8alnga Bank Block.
8. M. SPENCER, Ofllce 13 Crcilj Block.
Htoie und Tin IVure.
WOOD k MARSHALL, EictaDgc Block.Maln Streit.
C. L. BROWN, Maraball k Elterbrook'a Block, Main at.
II. B. SOULE, Itjtber' Block, Main St.
C. L. BROWN, Maraball k Ettcrbrook'a Block, Main at.
Review of the Markets.
witf.htows umon LITE STOCK MARKET.
WiTEnlown, Sept. 34, 1872.
AMonr or live tock at aianEET.
Cattle. Bbeerk Lamba. Bwlne.
Thlaweek, 2059 70(7 2C5
1.1,1 week, 1422 8133 259
Onajoarago, 855 1,3911 41C
I'rl:i . Market Bref. A few choice-Ill Mil 50.
Eilra 19 50 3 110 50; nrst quality 11 09 00; Second
quality, $9 HtXi 19 75 ; third quality, 1 1 MXJ 13 9u.
Sturel Working Oaeu 176, $115, 200i275 V Pair.
Milch Cowa ml Calvea J35 to CO; eitra, ICS to 97.
Farrow Cowi 30(ri33.
Hwlne Northern Brcased Hoga 6 1.2c V ft.
Spring Lamba 9,47 1-Jc V bead.
Veal l'alvea-f IMIIO.
Wool Sheep 6Sc y Tb. Sheared Sheep 9(37 1-lc. V
Hides Brighton, 9.39 1.2c per tb ; Country, c V tb.
Tallow Brighton, 9 1.2(.i0 cenla per tb. Country
Tallow, 535 1.J centa per lb.
Lanib Bklna 75ck1 each. Calf Slina 18(20c V tb.
Sheared Sklna DOc each. BalrySkinafl lach.
OLAIBiriCaTION or CaTTl.E and biiecf,
N. B. Beef Choice grade ineludra nothing but
al.ll-fed 1100 to 1100 lb. Bullock. Eatra and flrat
qualitylncludeatbe brat, largefatoxen. Srcondand
third quality lncludea Oien and two and three year
NEW YORK, Sept 21. Flour higher ;BliteS0 2 Va
8 15 ; round hoop Ohio 7 IW 10 00; wcateru 1 25vt8 25 :
Southern 7 8412 50. nbrat lwcr; No. 1 iprlnii
1 6831 92; No. 2 iprlng $1 toc-ll 61; winter red weit,
em II 03311 73 white Mkbigan 117212 02 1.2
Corn a ahade betlar and fair export and home trade
demand; iteamer tolled Weilern CII205c; aall do C9
l4455 1.2c (jata In buyer'a favor and more active
Ohio 4M46e. Uoef dull. Pork la beavri new MtiJ
111 00.411 in; prima IU14II 50. Lard heavy at 8 5-8
3-4e. Butler duU ; state 34280. '
CUICAOO, Sept. J4. Fljur quiet and weak. Whial
In fair demand and lower, lio. i.brlni i nu
or September; 11 15 1.3 October; No. 1 do. 11 34&vl 30
1. a to locatt'in! No. 3 anrltt 1 11V, ou.
Corn dull and a Ibade luw,rl No. 1 miaed 85c for real
ularand 35 l.lo, fresh ou the eiK.t; 358.40357.
,uri-,i.jri.iruc 4,pj a huuiia iow er i No. 3 34e
rejected 301.30. Rye lower J No. 2 65c, Barb-y aithe
No. 3 fall 69c,
Itfeasr Ynrk Ntocb und 'tlonry Market.
NEW YORK, Sept 31. Money easy and opening at
7 per Cent, on c ill, ana aeilnlug to 3 per cent, the
roost of the business being at 4'a5 iur cut. hterllno
Exchange quirt and steady 7 3-4it7 7.8 long and 8 7-8
(49 aigbt Oold opened linn at 111, but afteraarda
aocunea so lis o-d, eioing bt. (is 4(4(13 7m,
The following are the closing quotations:
United Btatea s, 1881 Coupon
Unlted Statea 9-30S, 180,
" " 1863,
,1 it (I u
" " 1807,
II " ii 1868,
U. B. 9's. New
United tat,a lo-10s
'.'.'.'.'.'.'.i. '.".113 9.1
1 113 9-1
ltUATTLEBOHO Mall HIST.
10 00 aOOOPotatoea, bn
15 a lBnorii,!'!!
25 B 29Mral.cwt
11 utter, lb
00 a 03
10 a 75
75 a OOCutton Seed Meal
3 00 a 2
Sugar, brown, lb
10 b 13Bran, ewt
12 a llFlour, bbl
9 00a 1300
la llltye Meal, lb,
00 a 75(lrabam Flour, lb 0 a
CO a 190Brovrn Coltons.yd 10 a
60 a 1 60Illearbed Coltona 13 a 23
1 00 a 1 70Uelalnes 17 a
1 lOCarpeta-lngraln 79 a 1
Boiled Oil, gal
ISOTapsstry 1 87 a 1
on nn a M mr.amli. 14
7 l-axurieya, arfBsea, ns
isrowis, i, "
r-otetoet.riu 40 a S Wood, green 6 00 (JO
BAILVTA Y aVIDR.
Train I.ear llrattleboro
FonBcironlnn IxriimDUll 8lAlion a.5J an
0.13 a. H. and 5 r. at.
For Naw Loii&ok 4.M and 8 41 a. V. 3.90 r. u.
For, Hrnl-ioruMi a.al any l.lUH.t a 30 r. v.
Fon BiLtowa FlLta 10.3 i. M. 1 4.90 and 10.30 r. v.
Th IM a. at. train, rnni ftnndava to Hnrlnfffleld
onlr; Mondaya, to Boaton and Wew London only.
Tralna Arrive, at Sraltlelioro.
Fboh BoiTOK 11.30, 4.39, and 10.30 r. al.
Faom HFnlvomur 10.33 A. at. 4.35 and 10.30 r. u.
Fnoaf New Loxdoh 10.M i. if. I 4.39 and 10.30 r. M.
Fnou BiLtowa FaLLa 4.20 a 8.41 a. u. ; 3.30 r. u.
llruttlcboro l'ost Office.
Bummer arrangement, 1873 Mar 1 to Nor. 1.
Open from 7 :00 a. H. to 8 r. M. t Holldara from 8 to
11:30 a. at, and 2 toe r. at.
Arrival and Departure) of Alalia.
A. at. r. k. a. it. r. at.
New York and Southern Statea, 9:00 2:49 11:30 9:19
Albanr and Wealern Btatea, 8:00 3:49 11:30 9:19
Htallonabet. Bratt'okN. York, 8:00 2:49 1113 0 9:19
Aaouelol H. i(, iw ,i o.io
New London Northern R.JtL, 2:49 11:30
Boiton, Rhode IiUnd, Eaitern
Mail., Me. fc S. E. New Hamp., 1:00 1:19 11SS0 9:15
Vt. k Mam. R. R., 8:001 tlS
Bollon, Clinton k Fltchburg R. It. 1:19
MORTI1IBN Mat La.
Vermont, We item New Haron.
ablrck Northern N.Y. . 10:00 3:45
Dummeriton, W. cheilerneld, 1
Iowa Falli, Cbarleatown, N. II.,
Rprlngneld, uarrmoni, c. 11.,
i,M. Mnntneller. Btlbtl. W. It. y
Jnnc. k towna on Weit U. It. It, J
Kcene, N. II.,
Weit Brattleboro, 10:00 4:00
Towoabend, Willianrnllle, Fay
rttevilln and Jamaica
Wardlboro (cloao Tu.,Th. k Sat,,
open Mon., weu. & l tl,j
Borer, Til., Tb. k Bat,,,
Cbeaterfleld k C. Factory, Mon.,
Wed. k m.,
California, overland, dally
rorelgn maila cloie 2:45 p. h. day rrevlon to f-all-
Ingof ateamerfrom New York.R. W. CLanac, 1'. M.
F.IMS THIS V.1I.1,.
NEW YORK, at Elmlra. Sent. 20 to Oct. 4.
NEW HAMPSHIRE, at Dor, Oct. 1, 2, 3 and 4.
FARMERS' k MECHANICS', at PioctomUlr, Sept.
25 ana 20. J. K. Brarronp, ec-y.
LAMOILLE COUNTY, at Mortlitlilr, Srit. 25 and 26.
K. x.. allcn, ore y, aiorri"vui
ORLEANS COUNTY-, at Barton, Oct. 1 and 2.
. JS. jaMEioN, ec y, irasuurpu.
WILMINOTON.at Wilmington, Ocl.2.
O. E. UcTTrnHELn, Sec'y.
WINDSOR COUNTY, at Woodstock, 8, l-t. 21,25 and 20.
LOBENZO IlICIIMOICD, BCC'V, WOOUUCCB.
Jnnah Tilus, S3 years of age, commit
ted sulcldo at Weslllcld, recently.
The annual reunion or tho Vermont
Editor's Association has been postponed to
The Stale fair this year was a financial
failure. Tho disbursements exceed the re
ceipts by $1900.
Giles Merrill of St. Albans, biipcrln
tondent of tho Vermont Central rallioad,
has resigned his position, tho resignation
to tako placo on tho 1st or October.
During the past year, AV. E. Peek and
brother or Fassuuipslc, liavo sold 7iM hors
es for prices amounting to $140,000.
Tho Ludlow slcani mill was destroyed
on Friday, with all Us contonts. Loss $15,
000; fully lnsurod.
Tho new court houso at liurllngton, Is
just completed at a total cost of ?30,000, and
Is tho finest building or tho kind in the
Frederick O. Hill, ono or tho oldc&t
members or tbo I'hlllendcn counlybtr,
died a few days ago. Ho was Statu attor-
ey of Chittenden county lit 1SJ0 and 18J7.
Geo. C. Dana or Wcylirldge, recently
rrcsled and jailed far adultery and then
rolcascd on 2000 bail, lias lied from the
talo to escapo re-artcft on tho chargo or
Gold mining scouts to bo prospering at
Gaysvlllc, (Stockbrldgc,) several pieces
having been found worth from 21 cents to
J1.20 each. A nlco liltlo nugget melted from
two or three washings and woighlng over
two ounces brought ?S0.
Hon. Frank 11. Orvls, so r.tvorably
nown as tho proprietor of tho Equinox
Houso at Manchester, will open tho St.
James Hotel at Jacksonville, Florida, on
tho first of November.
Koyal Cummlngs and T. H, llosklns,
M. D., or tho Vermont Fanner, Newport,
havo purchased tho St. Johsbury Times,
nd roiuovcd tiio ofllco to that place.
llennltigton will petition tho next leg
islature to bo divided Into East and West
Georgo W. Wing of Montpellcr, for
several years pa9t state treasurer, deputy
secretary of state, and town clerk of Mont
pellcr, Is going W est, and Is to bo succeed
ed In Iheso positions by John W, Fago.
Tho pension ofllco at Washington was
startled tho olhor day, by tho receiptor tho
following communication from a Vermont-
"Havo my namo dropped from the
pension rolls, as lean do nearly as much
work ns ever, and feel in my heart that I
can do without It better than tho govern
ment can pay It."
Tho Philadelphia publisher, Llppln-
cott, announces among his autumn books a
novel by Miss JnllaCIt. Dorr or Ilitllaml.
It Is entitled "Expiation," ami Is n story or
Now England life, In which Mrs. Dorr Is
perfectly at home. Its appcaranco will bo
looked for with Interest.
Tho annual convention of the Sunday
School Workors of Vermont will bo hold
at Stvonton on Tuesday and Wednesday of
next week, Oct, 1st and 2d,
Conn. Hiveu Vallijv Faiii. Tho iro-
cranuuoRCt down fur Thursday, a part of
which was loft unfinished on account of
Iho nthi, wn successfully carried out tho
next day, Tho 2.M race was won by Mod
dlcsoiiic, r. c, owned by VrJiik llrlckott
of I.IsIkih Falls, Mo., In throe straight
icats ; Loit tluiu 2.12. The $300 race, open
to nil licirKoi, was "won by e. in. Snowflake,
owned by Il.illnrd .tTaylorof While lllvor
Junction, In threo straight heal. Timo
M 1-2, 2.3.1 1-4. 2.S2 1-2. A raco for throe
oldB, beat two In three. In which no tlmo
was Riven, was won by Young (loldstnllli
Ainm, owneil by John Tylor of Claroinont
A race fur horses that had novcr bcatou 2.15
beat two In Ihrec, was won by Factory
lioy, owncl by (1, 8. Davis of Ascutnev
vlllo, In two heals t Junction Maid, owned
by John Tyler of Clarcnioiit. socondt mid
bay (rolillng onlorod by V. II. II. Walker
or wniiisor, vt., llilrd.
Tho reporter of tho ltoston Journal, who
was present, wruoi:
Among tho most noticeable animals In
the eattlo nous weio a herd of twnntv I)nr.
liann, owned by ltobort F.lwcll A- Son,
jauRugii. i. ji., inn Hitiiiu mat nuracieii sn
intirli atlontloti nt tho lalo New IhiRlnnd
Fair at Ixiucll. All wero lino animal, and
their owners woro awarded llrat premi
um for herd anil also fur bull
and other slnglo animals, Ktmucl Crafts
of Weat Lebanon also had a lino herd of
twenty Diirhains, nnd II. W. Ilancrnft of
Hollows Falls, one of 7 Durhams, tho own
ers of which bore away inoro or less pio
inlitins. (looruoO. Ido of Claremont ex-
blblted a herd of iiuro Jersey eallle, om
bracing a bclfer calf a inonlli old, Its moth
er, grandmother and great-grandmother
the latter but tlirco years old all In ono
pen. lio took llrst promluins for bull,
cow, and olhor animals, Daniel Davis A
Hon, Windsor, oxhlbltod a hord of twenty
Devon cattle tho same that attracted Atten
tion at tlio Vorinont Htato Fair and took
tlio first prcuilum for licril In tlits clmi.
Chester l'iko of Cornish oxhlbltod a very
Ilno'yoko or fivo years old grada Durham
lai oxen, wnicu woro varioui y citimntou
to welch from llftv-tlvn to Rlxtvr hiiiidrml
pounds. They look tho Drat premium Tor
In tho sheen denarlmcnt II. V. Tvinn nf
fiprlngflold, Vt., mado tho best show with
his pons of puro Cotswolds, and took first
premium for nit his sheep. Ito showed
otio two yoars old buck, one yenrllnp; buck,
thrco two years old owes tlirco yearling
owes ond three ewo lambs. Thcso sheep
aro from tho Imported stock or llurdott
l.oomls of Windsor Locks, Conn., and
ditto directly back to tho best flocks In
llnfrtand. Mr. Dana Is said to have tho
finest flock or this btccdof sheep to bo
found In Vermont.
H'.VUM.f.W COV.XTi' Ml.tl'TINT
This body hold Its thlrly-sovcnlh anni
versary with tho church In Windham, llov,
Mark Carpenter, pastor, en tho 18th Inst,
It was organized by tho cholco of Roy. L.
J, Matlcson, of llrattlcboro, moderator,
llov. C. F. Fronyear, of Jamaica, clerk,
and llro. S. II. Sherman, of Dover, treas
urer. Tho Introductory sermon was preached
by llov. Matlcsou, Other sermons wero
preached by llovs. II. 15. Prentice, L. 11.
Hlbbard and J, II. Parmalcc.
From tho church letters wo gather tho
Thero aro 11 churches In this association,
with a membership or 1,103. Leaving out
tho llrattlobora church, which contains 400
members and Is tho largest In tho Stato, tho
average membership lafjH, A few oC these
churches dato back as lar as 1783, Not ma
ny or them havo over been prosperous, but
havo dono a noble and steady work, thcso
many years, In giving up their boat trained
members to labor In nower and moto prom
Tho past year has been ono or moro than
average prosperity. Tlirco churches havo
received special additions, llrattlcboro, 118;
81 by baptism. West Wardsboro, 21 12 by
baptism. Ilrookllne, 15 10 by baptism.
Thoso thrco churches recelvod all tho addi
tions except 17, which divided among tho
remaining 11 churches, gives less than two
Tolal number added, 171; by baptism,
100. Total loss, 00. Net gain, 10S. Pas
tors have been assisted in extra meetings
by ltevs. A. It. Eirle, J. Tilson, C. Y.Swan
and M. J. Knowlton. Thero has been nn
Increase- or one paslor In tho year, and tlio
death or ono who had no chargo last year.
This was Dr. Horaco Fletcher or Towns
hend, who was 27 years pastor oftltat church
and whoso pralso Is in all churches. All
tho churches havo pallors but two: Hall
rax Center and Wblllngham. The oldest
pastor Is lte.v. Origin Smith of Dover, set
tled in 1851. Tho next oldest Is llov. A.
W. Ooodnow, of Wilmington, settled in
18G0. Tho oldest minister In the associa
tion, and the only oso not settled, is Father
Samuel Fish, of Halifax, Center, who lias
spent a long and useful 1 1 To In this town,
lie Is no longer able to etiduro the fitlguo
nf preaching, and is only able, as he says,
"lo do a few chores for Jesus."
The annual session of tho Association
I Ids year, as usual, was a very profitable
and harmonious one. Tlio sermons wcro
rull or thought and power, and tho devo
tional meetings graced wllh tho Divino
A uniform plan or bencvolcnco was a
dopted. A spirited discussion took place
on tho subject oT tho Intcmpcrato uso or
liquors and tobacco ; and tlmo of holding
tho next anniversary rrom tho third
Wednesday In Scplcmbor to tho third
Wotlncsday In August.
With enlivened faith and encouraged
hearts the Association adjourned to enter
upon another year or labor and toll, per
haps or iloath and reward.
If burglars can climb up Iho smooth
sides of brick buildings to second and
third story windows, with no other aid
than that of strong rubber suckers, what
security Is llioro for person or property?
Yet this Is said of Forrester tho supposed
A gentleman, recently married in Chi
cago, presented his brldo at tho wedding
with Iho original transcript of ono of tho
first dispatches over font over tho first tele
graph line, from lialllmoro to Washington.
It was tho announcement to tho lady's
grandmother of her birth, nod read, "Only
When you put your arm around n
silk-encased belle, It l" better lo bo certain
that her dress is not died with plcrato of
lead. A scieutllle asserts that cloth so died
la llablo to spontaneous combustion whon
subjected to n liltlo friction. Dark parlors
may, therefore, bo suddenly and awkward
A boy about 15 years old was put In
tho tombs at New York, tho other night,
fur drunkenness. Ho protested to Iho
keeper that ho had not been drinking, lint
that ho was born druuk. Ills i-pcech and
staggering Indicated intoxication, but It
appeared on examination that this Is his
normal condition. Ills father was a con
firmed lnobrlato, and since lio was threo
years old tho boy lus manifested these
-A passenger on tuu iti-iaieu -uouis icit
on Ills knees In tho saloon, just before tlio
vessel sank, and commenced to pray. A
deck-hand brought him a llfo preserver,
but lie refused to accept of It, wheroupon
lio was seized by tho collar and Jerked
violently to lilx feet, with Iho Injunction,
"Do Boniotliliig for yourself, man, bofoio
you ask for holp." Tlio passongor fastened
on lils lira-preserver und jumped meek
Floropco, Italy, was invaucu a low nays
ugo by n prodigious quantity ofbutterflles.
All tho dlstanco of tho I,ung' arno uotwooti
Iho I'lazza Munlii and tho ISarrlora, and In
all tlio adjacent slrcots, tho passage was al
most obstructed by an extraordinary quan
tity of thcso Insects that had swartnod In
such thick clouds round tho gaslight that
the streets wcro comparatively dark. Fires
wero Immediately lit by order or tho mu
nicipality and by Iho citizens lliomsclves,
upon which tlio buttorfllcs burnt tholr
wings. Ilair-an-hour afterward ono walk
ed upon it layor formod by lliobodlosoftho
bullerllles an Inch thick. Tlioy wcro of a
whltUh color, and souio of Iho streets up
pejrod us If coveted with snow.
A I'lUlloit Iiavlnir Hi birth In Itutlaml
county N in circulation usUIiir tlio I.csU
litura to refund lo ilialleil men tho $300
which they paid us commutation money
tlurlnRtho war. When cvcrythlnj; can lio
oriuallzoil, sularlos, Iwiinllos, luxation, lost
limbs, dead sons, and tho hardships that
dared tho "bloody chasm," than will tho
prayer bo granted. Hut now tho thltiR ro
tulndiiUKol tho fellow who persisted In a
doubtful claim for ber rurnlshoU the army
of Iho involution whllo Iho brnvo men
wero defending hl properly from llrlllsli
spoliation, and nf tho Kruphlo plcluro which
Patrick Henry drow lit Ills opposing arjtu.
nient, showlnj! how tho men had tolled and
ImtiKCied and fought, how victory perched
upon their banners, how the nation bo.
came composed lu iieaco,and Jutt as the
Kratoful pooplo woro crowning with Inu.
rols Iho soldiers for whoso Horvlcos thoy
could not pay, what did tl'oy heart It was
the coarno volco of Hooko roaring through
tho catnp aud bellowing "Jleor, boor, boof I"
fit. AWans Metienger.
TUB Octobrii Maciajiines. ScrlbuCr's
for Octobor Is a romarkablo number for tho
variety of Its nrtlclos and tho profusonoss
of Its Illustrations. It opens with a pretty
liltlo poem by Mrs. Ilradloy, with a graco
ful Illustration by Miss llallock) this Is
followed by n ballad by Col, Hay, entitled
"Ernst of Edclsholm." Then como nonto
ndmlrablo Illustrations or Tobacco CliHuro
In tho South, with accompanying descrip
tive article, and nnothor llroly Illustrated
paper on Paris by Edward King. Mr. Tuck
orman, formerly Minister to Greece, furn
ishes a very entertaining sketch of Modern
Athens, with a vlow or tho city from a lalo
photograph, Anothor Illustrated article. Is
Mr. Uooko's account of a day's hunting on
tho Pralrlos. Thoro Is a very suggo3tlvo
essay by Dr. T. M. Coan of Tho Indepen
dent, iindor tho tltlo or "firoad Vlowst"
ami tho shortor articles arc all readable
In "Topics or tho Time," Dr. Holland dis
cusses "Tho Now York Woman," "Tho
Art or Speaking and Writing," and "Sec
tarian CuUuro and What Conies or II."
Tho Old Cabinet deals with "A Dangcious
Quosllon," "Limitations," llcauty and tlio
Uoast," "My Colored Washerwoman," etc,
Dcmorcst's Monthly Magozlno for Octo
ber Is resplendent with all Iho now and
standard styles for Ladles' and Children's
dresses for tho rail and winter. Tho lltor
ary contents or this number combines a
varied and entertaining selection ofo'orics,
music, and much useful reading. Wo also
notlco that Dcmorcst ofiors to each yearly
subscriber, free, two elegant companion
chrouios, Niagara Falls and Yosctnllo
Falls, worth $10, making f 13 In value, and
nil for only $3. This Is among tbo most lib
eral and attractive offers yet mado for 1873.
Published at 838 Uroadway, Now York.
Wood's Magazlno, for Octobor, appears
in an cnllroly now dross, Including new
type, an Improved make-up, and a hand
sonto cover. As usual, Its contents ato
fresh, sprightly, and Interesting.
J-'Olt Till: 1'OLITICAL CAMl'AIOK.
Clubs and Individuals aulptltd wllh Boeacta, Caadlea,
BengolaB, 4.e., &c., for proceselLLi or met ting.
Torcbea, Chinese Lantern In tvery atjle, llags,
Transparencies, 4c, 4ic, for Ibe Campaign.
CUTTER, HYDE & CO.
5 3 CUAUNCV STItEET, BOSTON,
BOLE MANUTACTUnEBS Of
Jlarsliall" ratrnt Illuminating; Candlrstltk
for Illumlnntlng Windows. The beat ever made.
Rend for Trlco List.
PLIUtY'fl IMTHOVED COSIMODONE AND 1'IMTLE
JIEMEDY, Tbo Bkln Medicine of the Age. It ti
mnira to euro libi. wpnin, iiuflzs cruptlont and
Blotched dlpftgurttloni of the face, bold fcy til
DruffstttM, D,jot 49 Utad St. New York.
For Moth Patches Freckles.
AND TAN, U3H TEimY'S MOTII AND UlECKLE
LOTION, The well knon Tellable t&d hirmlem rem
edy for Brown Discoloration! of th fare. Prepared
only by Dr. I. C. 1'errr, DrnnatoloKlttt 49 Bond itrcet.
Ncvryork. Sold by urvggmtt taryuhtrt.
Happy Utile f for Yoanr Men from the effect of Er
ror! and Abuect In early life. Man boo d reatortd
Ncrvoui dcblUtr cured. lmpccUmenta to l-arrlatrere
mored. New method cf treatment. New and remark
anle remedica. Bookt and Clrculart aent free. In
sealed enrelorx-a. Addreia IIOWAIlD ABBOCIATION,
No. 3 South Ninth St., I'blladelrhla, pa. 1)31
Ilatelielor! Hair Dye. ThlttaperbHalrDyelithe
bttt in the world perfectly barmlcia, reliable and in
ttantaneous; nodliappolotmcnt; norldirnloutttnta
or ditagreeableodor. The genuine Wm. A. Batchelor'a
Hair Dye produces Immediately a splendid Black or
Natural lirown, leave the batr clean, iJtf beautiful i
doct not contain a particle of lead or any Injurloua
compound. BoldbyallDrupgiiti. Factory, 10 BOND
Tbe adrertlter having been permanently enrrd of
that dread dlaeate. Conaumptlou. bj t almrle remedy.
it anxloua to make known to hit fePow auffercri the
meant or cure, to an wno uciire it, be will tend a
copy of the preicrf ptlon uted, (free of charge), with tbe
direction! for preparing and uting tbe tamo which
they will find a bcbx Cube for Comumptiom, Aitumi,
BaoKcniTia, 4c Tartlet wlibing tbe pretention
wlllpleateaddreit Kev. EDWAUD WILSON,
2Ct Bouth Third Street, WlUiamtburgb, N. Y.
EVEItY ONE niB OWN DOCTOB-Being a prirate
inttructor for married persona, or thoas about to be
nnrrled, both male a -ad female, In every Iblug concern -
jur iue I'uj muiug kua reuiiojt 01 our texuai tytiem,
and the production and prevention of offip lug, In
eluding all the new diacoverlct never before given In
tbo Kngluh Unguage, by WM. YOUNG, M. D. Tbla
Is really a valuable andiitereetinir work. It lsrittcn
In plain language for tbe general reader, and it illus
iraieu wun uumoroua .ugravngt. ah young mar
ried ieople or those conten plating marriage, and
hatng tbe least Impediment to married life, thould
read thlt book. t discloaet acireta that everyone
thould be acqualntid with ; allll It la a book thtt unit
be locked up and not let lie about the bouse. It will
be tent to au j iddreaa on receipt o 50 cent. Addrt vt
Dr. WM. YOUNli. No. 41C Spruce ttreet, tXoy e Fourth,
IJf-Al'KLICTED AND UNFOHTUNATE No mat
ter what may be sour ditcaie, bifore sou rUco vour.
Belf nnder the caro of any one of tho QUACKH uath e
aud foreign who adt ertiae In thlt or any other pf r,
gdacopyof Dr. Young'aBook and read It carefully.
It will be tho meant of taring you many a dollar, your
health, and poxilbly your life. Dr. Yining can be con
sulted on any of tbe fifteatMi dowcritxHl lu hit publica
tion by mail or at hit office, No. 419 Upruco ttreet.
above Fourth, rblladelphla. 0m39
QONSUMrTIOX CAN I IK CL'HKl).
KCIIENCK'rf PULMONIC BYIlUr,
KCIIENCR'B HEAWEKD TONIC,
UCllENCK'H MANDUAKE 1ILLH,
Aro ibe only midlclnct that ill cure Pulmonary Con
Kometlmea medicine that will ttop a cough v. ill oft
en occa Ion tbe death of a patient. It locks up the
liver, ttopa the circulation of the blood, hemorrhage
followt, and In fact, clogging tbe action of lie very
orgtnt that cauted tbe couch.
Liter complaint and dyt ptiaaretbecauieacf two
tnlrdt of the catetof contumptlon. Many are now
complaining with dull pain In tie tide, the bow
tometimei coitlve aDd aoroetlmea too loote, tongue
coated, pain In the ahoolder blade, feeling aoractliueu
very reetleat, and at other timet drowty; the foot
that la taken Ilea heavily on the ttomaeb, accompanied
with acidity and belching of wind. Thee aymptomt
UBUtlly originate from a disordered condition of Ue
ttomach or a torpid liver. 1'crtonn to atTcced, if they
take on or two heavy coldi, and if theorem thcae
catea be tuddenly ttoppe the lungt. Uve- and ttom
aeb clop, and remain torpid and InacJve, and before
the patient la awaro cf h't tituatlou, thehmgtarea
matt of aorct, and ulcerated, and death la the Inevita
Bchenrk'a rulmon'i Syrup li an eipeetorant nhich
doei not contain any oj. jm, nor anything calculated
tochnck a cough tudderly.
Rcbenck'a Btawecd Ton'o dlsiolvea thtt food, mlxrt
with tbo gattrlo Juice of ibe ttomaeb, dlgcstt ratlly,
nourUbet tbo ejttem, and createa a healthy circula
tion of the blood. When the bowela are cottlvo, akin
tallow, and tbe patient !t of a U'llout habit, Bchenck'a
Mandrake nilt are require .
Thete medicine are pre red by Dr. J. II.8CUENCJ
h SON, Northeaat co nerol Blttb and Arch ttreet,
Philadelphia, renn., and for tale by GEO. C GOOD
WIN h CO., 38 IitQover ect, Boiton, and JOHN F.
IIKNHY. 8 College place, New York, Wholesale Agent.-.
For sale by Drugglata generally.
EUIIX.E BrilAQUEIn Brattleboro, Sept. 18, by
Iter. M. II. Utrrit, Mr. Jamea Q. Drldge and Mlta
Marran Srra(ruef both of JMnadale, N. II.
McIVKU JEFT, In Bellowa Fall, Bept. 4, by Iter.
J. W, Oaerniey, Mordocb A. Mclver, of Putney, aud
llattie U. Jtft of Laofrdon, N. II.
rUl ll.li nit.i win. m ni luurr. mti,, oryi,
11, by Iter. W. llrotberton, Mr. Gforpe w, Nutting of
jieuowe ri, u, iuu u dicivub vt uwi
more, reoeniiy xiuuawu.
iiAhnpiL WARUEN In HDrlnefleltLVau.. at tho
Matutolt Hot'te, Brnt. 34tb, by Iter. J. 6. 1'eck, II. W.
Barber of Jackionrilie, Vt. and MUt Lulab A, Warrtn
LAUOIINA CAHr.IEH. In Iteatltboro, at tbt
v,nn nt iWa l.rldo'a fther. br tbe Iter. K. Jobnton.
Jiioaa E. Langbna anil Jotle Carrier, both of A- adt
UUCK.-Id nratltelxiro, Jan J5, Usilo Uura, aged
10 years, 19 daja. Julj l.CbarUa Hanlord. aged J
reara. 8 rnontba, J3 daja. Julj , Hattle llell, aged 1
rear, monlha, 19 dajs, culldrrn of WHilsm and Mar
HOWE.-In raitttertlle, Kept 55,OIUHowe, aged
"l'EMtV.-In Ketine, N. II.. Bept. 15, riiarUe J., aon
ot Joaepri V. and Clla U rerrr, agad 10 reara, 11
luoutuaand20da)B. ...... t
Pltlllty.-ln Uine. N. It.. Bert, 91, Mr. Joseph F,
r 'wllvm. ln'vfeatraoreland, K. IU Sept il, Cf
trpnoid ferer, wr. tira wuuur, ageu it,
anil IT A..m
IIASK1N8.-1U IlratUetioro, Bept. 31, Carrla E.,
dauguter of I.utner llatalna of Dorer, agea 10 ears,
9 montlis, a da)a.
uufliiAu.in ncti uaraiBrneio, n. ti., oc ...
of heart duease. I.uor. srlf. of Thoiaaa llunhatn, aged
It years, 6 moulha 13 data.
WIIITNBV.-In Marlboro, flept It, Kathanlcl 11.
WhllDey. aced SI reara. O montba.
BCOTTIn HaUtat, Bept. 21, I.jdla Scott, aged OS
Hu'nil!lt.-Iu UUadala, H. 11., Sept. 90, Baiah A 8'
dee Hnnter, aged 10 years, 3 months, 29 day,
WILLSOX-In neene, N.H., Sept. , MM. Abial
Wlllaon, aged C. ,
, LANK. In Bwanxey, N. II., dept. 24, Miss Mary W.
Lane, aged 81 yara and 8 month. .
BLANOHAnD.-In Walpole, N II, Sept ,23. Polly
Bhnehard, wife of Jonathan Blanehard, aged 84 yr are.
DOLtTTI.E.ln Wlncbeater, N II, Sept 23, Etta E,
oangbter of Qeo n Donllltle, aged 1 yeare.
SAWYKIl. In Wbitlngham, Kept, , Cbarll L.
Sawyer, aged 21 year, 7 months. 14 days.
WEBSTEH, In NorlhOeld, Mass., Bept. 7, Arad
Webster, aged 17.
ALEXANDP.rt.-ln Northflfld, Mas., Bept. 10,
Ernest Bowdoln, youngest child of W rti. I). Alexander,
ged 1 rear, a month.
. MOAll.-In Walpole, N. It., Ang. 31, Nellie 1...
oangbter of John and Marlnda II. Moar, aged 17
years, 7 months and 22 days,
MACK In Btanstead, P. Q Ang. 29, Wl'l'am
Mack, formerly of Bellowa Falla, aged 89 yeara.
I hereliT (rive notlco thftt X bve etttn taj eon,
ECOF.NE C. JOHNSON, bii Um during th rttoUn
dr of bii minority, ind ibkll claim none of hit wtgei
nor piy toy debts of bit contrtctlag f tt r tbli dtte.
JuVaonvllIo, Vt.t Sept 23, 1B7X 8w39
It la with Ibe dernest rrt.it that Bit. PACEEII an-
nouncea to the cltltens of Brattleboro his nscessity for
leaving them at tbls time, but the Doctors a health baa
become ao much effected aa to make It absolutely nec
eatary that be should do ao for a ttaton ; alter which
the Doctor hopea to be able to return to them, bring
ing with blm all the vigor of bla earlier day, lo
those who bar contributed to make bla stay, while
bare, more comfortable and happy, be pleased to a v
oeptbta heartfelt gratitude. Be assured, kind and
Eeneroua friends, that you will atwaya hold the lirgest
abate of my remembrance and friendship.
II. T. l'ACKEll, M. D.
Btattlcboro, VI., Sept 20, 1872. Iw39
CM. ntlSSELl. &Co.,Wttmlngton,Vl.,hevone
sof the largest and bestaelecled slocksof oexeb
at. MEHoiitKnisE In Windham County, consisting of
everything usually kept In a flrat clasaconntry store.
lav-New Uoods received from Boston and New York
weekly. Agent a for OIlOVEIt BAKEB and the
WEEU 8EWINa MACHINES.
tir-Orders tor Country Produce solicited.
All cheap for HEADY AY or on good credlt.flioni
At It oml In Alrord'a Block opposite, a foil assort
ment of C0TIN8 iD BUltUL CABKETBof TEat
quality. All kind of wood repairing promptly
done. O. M.11B88ELL&CO.
Wilmington, Vt., Dec.1,1871.
VERMONT VALLEY RAILROAD.
COUPON No. 38 of Iho Drat Mortgage Bondtof tho
Vermont Valley IU II road, due Oct. 1, 1B73, will
bo paid on and after that date at tbe office of tbe
Treasurer, Bellowa Falla, Vermont, leas V. 8. Tai.
r.idiha anasit nt twontv fUvi (rnm tsld Oct. 1. 1873.
toe aame coupon will be raid at tbe Continental Na
tional Bank in tbe City of New York.
By order cf the Truttcca.
Bellowa Fall-, Vt., Bept. 31, 1872.
J. If. WILLIAMS, Treasurer.
VflTF.. Thp Tnrltirliial of the botidt cf tbo flrt
mortgage of tho Vermont Valley IUilroad will bo paid
on prceontatlon to the. Union Truit Co. at their ofllce
In the Ciiy of New York. 3w39
CASH! CASH! CASH!
Catn ralil lr tbe anlucrRxr fir OLD CABT 1HON
dellnrrtl a, rojr fotitulerr, near It, It. Depot. Also all
ordrra for CASTINGS liromptly and satlifactotilj
txecntcd. Address or lnqtilre of
Brattleboro, Bept. 15, 1872.
EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT.
COMUIt'S COMMEUCIAL COLLEGIA, conducted
with signal atilltT and ruccena fo." thirty-two (32)
yeara paat under tbe tome managtmtnt, and (.tended
by tcventeen tboutand (17,000) atudenta, continue!
frnm !! font? cire Ifoce and extcnilve mrrciltlle
conncctionn, to poia ea great ad. antagrt, the tonfl-
aenc e 01 ino commun 17, mti n luvtvuj yctu'inr im'
cihtiet for providing lultablc employment for 1U
graduatea.(male and lemale), many of whom are cow
at the bead of extrualTe catablhmenbi, while tboj
landt hold rtepontlhle ponltat In tbla and otbe
Tuk TniriTBtroM AUAL CiTALoorEAN Cib-
cclab cntaining full II format ion, with itylee of
Ua itrr ni.a ttught, and Hit cf Mr. Comer't wcrka
tent by mall, or ibit be had rixEL at tbe Colleae.
Mornlna He tlont. 9 to 3. every butint-M day
through eut tbe year. Ertniugt, 7 to 9, frcra let Oc
tober to 1st Aprli
GEOBOEN. COMEIl. A.M., lTtMJ(Lt, 33J Wath-
lugton birett, corner ti w cat uireei, wsion.
All Kindt of JOI1 1V0KK Done Thoroughly.
CLABEMONT, N II.,
PAPER AND BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
Sollcltjjur orders for anjlliiDg In their llor,
Printing and Binding,
or KVrHT DESCHirTION,
And will Pay Cash for Rags
Tho Mcttenger Trotting Stallion,
llcrently muflasiil at the ltxiculi-ra laic f t the late
Cot- uin. C. Ilamat Uclillmul.etrotteJaiuatlir
ol a lull,- In 37 t-3 aecurija (a 5.11) rait) tl.Gllfitl net In
.....i.... r... .miinn. Ills stius wsa urtatlr au.
rnlrerl, and UuatU larne .rl j. Ttrt. ,.r lUs ciilla
fold ul aiicllwi tor . "
H.riollnlr. To l.rrnebt . tscli and aetiral
over ip-ltlSS escti.
Ho 111 slau'l tbe renialndi r 1 1 tlie season at Ilratllo-
minis. jo to iNutir.u.
TaraUe Mircn ltl. lb:H. All aeclJinta at tU llk of
,tiii,ir i J. . i)Avm,,igeui,
CITIZENS' LECTURE COURSE,
THE COMMENCEMENT Or THE
FALL AND WINTER COUHSE
Readings, Lecturesand Concerts
WILL UK OlVtN DY
3I11S. 3IAHY F.SCOTT SI DD0NS,
Haturilay Evening, Oot, 19, 1871
TO UE rOLLOWCb UV
MISS ANNA DICKINSON,
JOHN B . G O U G II
Kovember 1 5 t b .
REV. ROBERT COLLYER,
Subect"Our 1'otkt and Other Folks.'
I-ION. WM. O. PAKSONS
Formtrlr aMemberof tbe UuglUb rarliameut; aud
Utt, but not leat, tbe celebrated
13 AllNAIi TItOUPK
TICKETS, 10 TO 60 CENTS, AeCORDINO TO LO
Courae Tlctcta from (3.00 to $3.50.
Th. rhrle nf ....t. will ha aot.1 at Auction Tueadar
evening, Oct. at 1 1.1 o'clock at the Town Hall, Itiua
Etvlnit every person an equal rtiauce. The aale of
course tlclrts will dos. .Oct. Dtb. Tickets (or Mrs.
Scott Blazons' Headlnge oonr, will be for aalo Tnura.
day, Oct. lutu, irn-i.
rar-arnTinR In rasa anv Lecturf r fallatomret bla
Of nr ayiHJIUlUllU,, IUD vu.uul.l.rv nM. ...ww
money for aald Lecture to each in raon noiuing j icaeis
Doora oneo at 7, Conirucnce at 8 o'clock. 39
VIA 1IOOSAO TUNNEL L1NR
n ... it attar Jul 1. lim. ticket will be Issued
Hoosae Tunnel, Norlb Adaina, Troy, Albany, Saratogi
Murines, aud Niagara lalls.al reduced ratra.
Also round trip tlcktls.good for tblrt'dajs, and
can bo used eltber way, GrteuOetd lo Oreenrl.id via
Hoosse Tunnel, Troy,barato(;a.Nla!ara Falls, Albany,
Hudson Hirer Iisy ann ,iau. rtcau..,., v
Tbe alwre'tlcketa are for sale at all tbe prlnclral
llailroad ticket orllcea lu Ibis vicinity.
raaBengrra leaving Orrinfiild on the morning train
arrlte at Haralog. at :JS r. at.t Kare ll.ll. Alao
make close connections at Troy with N. Y. Central Ki.
I!,... rr UuSaUi aud Nlacarar-aUa al i U r. at. Fare
f?2' ip.tn Knrlh Adamato Haratoca.
jmlO O. T. IIUUULEH.aen.Agt.
Whon you soli good goods at
low prlcos you aro doing right ;
and that is what wo aro doing
at tho now storo,
SELLING GOOD GOODS
AT LOW PRICES.
NEW GOODS RECEIVED EVERY
AT ONE PRICE!
AND THAT TUK LOWEST.
Also Agents for those celebrated Cat
Paper Patterns, acknowledged to be
the best sold.
POTTER & BARNARD.
.ii'ht Jti::i: vj:i.
oiibtbcfcrc tbe Utt td ranee ami will be told at a
0.F, THOMPSON & CO.
OB SALE Oil TO KENT, TWO NEW TWO STOItY
HOUSES ON CHESTNUT AVENUE LOTS I BY
10 ItOUS-WILI, DE SOLD AT A OltEAT BAIt
OAIN. C. T. THOMPSON is CO.
ESTEY, FROST & CO.,
CORN MEAL IN ANY QUANTITY AL
weya on band. COItN, RYE, OATS, COAIIBE &
l'J.OI'll Ol' A I.I. GI1ADE.
Our atock cf FLOUR win alwaya Lclarge and tlietrade
suyptlrxl at lowest rate.
SALT, OF ALL GRADES, DY THE
bushel or car load.
COM, CORiY MEAL AIM) OATS,
delivered at Boston Points without additional frtigbt.
j NATURE'S KEMEDY."
VKiihllLu Hindu iXLiutme.) llora tLeiulc( a of
carefully selected biirb roou ard li-rbe, and ro
strongly concentrated that It nil) rffwtuaby eradicate
from tbe system every taint of hcroTiihit b'rrofu-
lou iimiiurt a uinorw, mailers' Liist-rrou
lliiiiior, firrkiat'ia,aii i(iiriiiiisyitniiii
In DisriiacM. I'mikrr r'nliiiiiraN nt llir
Moiiinrli aud all diseasta that arise f rom impure
blood, Sclaiinit IiiUiiiuiiiiitury aud Cliroufc
Kliciiiiifitixiiii riiriiiBin uoiii ana npiuni
CuiuplitlnU, can only bo effectually cured I h rough
For HI err and r.ruiutr iiirtikr or the
UIn. l'livtiilrvt l'iiiiple, Ilutchr HolU,
U-itrr bt'iilillH'iil and Ulnutrorin. VKQ-
KT1NE baa neer faPed to effect a permanent cure.
For l'uiui in inu uiicut liimir) uviu-
inliil Irpft r triniiic rn iititki, irn
rorrlicrii ariMug from Internal ulreratlon, and
uterlnft dUeasta and Griicrtil Dfblllty, Vi:G
ETINE acta directly upein the causes of those rom
plaluts. It invigorates and strengthens the whole
system, acta upon tbe secrctlro orgaos. allays lnfiau
inatlou, cures ulceration and regulatea the boweU.
For Liitnrrii iiysprpin iiniiiiuiti toi
llirnrtAN. 1'iilpliulioii of I lie llturt, Ihuil-
ikriif. .-rriaiiMiis. a lu uriicrni nrus-
tration of the .VrrvniiB Siniriii no medlcino has
over gUeu such perfect satUfuction aa tbe VLU-
tai liNi.. ii purines mo niocu. citaupea aiiM uo or
gan, and poaseanei a controlling iwwer over tbe Ner
Tho remarkable cures effected by VF.OETINE have
induced many pbyalclana aud apothecaries whom we
know to presence aim use u m ineir own tamiues,
in ftvrt VEflETINK U the beet remedy vet discover
ed for the above diseases. uJ U tbe only reliable
III.UUU I'll UIMI.U juj ucih; noiore me puo-
l'renared Dv II. K ft 1 f. V K Z uoslcn. aissa,
I Sold by all Druggists. 3m31
Mauufacturrra and Dealers In
STOVES, FUHXACKS, JtAXOGS,
TIN, COl'PEIt, BItABS.ZINC,
Holbrook's Patent Swivel Plows,
For Level Land and Side Hill,
Bod li, Stabbl
Cam Hhrlltir., l'ustsslua; 71111., Chums
WUolt iil.i anJ Iltal,
WATERMAN & CO.,
IS Wlnltr BU, eoruct Maalo Hall entrauce, 1I09TON.
Bend fot Price IJat. 4w37
JpAHM FOR SALK
RiUitted 4 14 mllc from rutnrr. Vti 6C art a
suitably dirMtNlJ-mowlnff, tlllaji. fftaturaR, wood
land. auRai lot of 1M trrea. Apple orchard of nice
ranen iruii. uomioriaoje oouie, new nam witli Cfl
lar 30 bT 42. wllh durable ninnlni? water. Will aU
low on acoonnt of poor braltb. ior particular! In
quire of NELSON CROUCH on the prrmlM-f.
STOCK ANI0 CROPS.
on the prernlses of tbe subscriber, In West Brattleboro,
October ISth, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M.
About CO TONS OF HAY I
200 BUSHELS CORN!
100 " POTATOES !
1 PAIR STAGS, S yeara old:
7 YOUNOCOWS, corning In during Fall and
1 TWO YEAR OI.II HEIFER;
7 CALVES; 34 HIIEF.P, eitra nice!
(QUOTES; 2 OLD hour;
1 BREEDING MARE; 1 YEARLINO COLT;
1 SPRING COLT.
Tbe farm, formerly known as the Frank ltlshardson
farm, la alao offered at private sale, on reasonable
3. II. I'l-aj.tl.UEIi.
8. N. 1IERR1CK, Auctioneer.
Brattleboro, Sept. 21, 1872. 3 w3
A valuablo farm for Bale In the Booth part of Onllford,
Vt.t In tbo Aabcraft neighborhood. 10 called.
SAID FAUM CONTAINS KIGHTY-FIVE
acrra of Und, iultablr dlrldcd Into mowing, pan.
turafte, tillage and wood land, and Ii well watered
tbrousbout Ou the premtios are a new home and
barn, both convenient, the houie well Qnlthed, paint
ed and blinded In modern atjle. A plenty of pure
aprlnR water can be brought to both houio and tarn,
with trifling expennc. There la alao a braullfal young
o cbard of cboiee grafted apple fruit, now In full bear
ing also a Urge amount nf ulilte beech timber of rare
quality, and very valuable. Tbla placo is rltuatcd
about balf way between llrattlcboro, Vt.. and
Greenfield, Mam,,, lo ml lea from the former pUcc,
and Is tho aame placo formerly owned by Addison
llaker of Guilford. Tbo neighborhood la a good one,
and to the young, mtcrprlalng farmer or mechanic,
tho place prcHenta a rare chance to purchase a farm at
a very low rate.
Terms of purchase made eay. For further partlcu
Utp, inquire of HALl'It PA It KB of Bernard-ton, Mam.,
or AdJlaon Uaker of Guilford, Vt.
lltrnanUton, Masa., Sept. 20th, 1872.
yALUAIJLK 1'AItM FOK SALK.
The Kubacribcr offers bin valuable farm for aalr, alt
listed two mllr Wtat of the village of Weat Urattlo
Ijoro, containing ono hundred acres of choice Und.
Said farm in one of tho rnont delightfully altuated
reaidencca in Ilrattleboro; well rtuckrd with young
Apple treca, of tho nnert grafted fruit, many of the
trees now lu full bearing; with many other trees ap
proaching full bearing
Tbe Und conlata of a fine wood lot Itbia fifty roda
of tbo building, very convenient of accexa, well stock
ed with eugar maple, and tcry fine pasturing, mow
ing, and tillage land ; with one of tbe most convenient
farm Ilouaea, a g"od Stock Vara, a very convenient
Ilorae Darn and Carriage Houae, wtifb can be entered
from tho Uouse without going out doors, Cora Darn,
Shedo, and outbuildloca la good repair.
Much of the above land is well iltuated for raising
The above farm Is offered for aale with or without
thf present crop on reasonable terms, l'or further
information enquire of tho subscriber on tbe premises
West nrattltboro, Sept. 7, 1872. 3w37
Farm for Sale.
Tho subscriber offers for iide bis farm situated two
miles North ot Uummcrston Center, and known aa
"Tbe Wm. Whcoler Farm."
Said farm contains let acrca suitably divided Into
mowing, tllUgr, pasturing and wood Und. The build
lnga conilst of a dwelling with woodshed attached, a
carriage bouse, and a barn 30 by 52 with a cellar.
They ore all in good repair and well furutyhed with
runuing water. , . .....
Thore is upon the prcmlsca a goo4 supply of fruit
and also a good au par orchard.
ALT II EDS STEWAnT.
Dnmrnerston, Aug. 28, 1672. 2mS5
PAIIM FOK SALE-
IN NEW FANE.
It is situated 2 12 miles from FayettevlUe, and con
tains UO acres. There Is a sugar orchard of 200 trees ;
also fruit orchard, and a'-er at house and barn.
Toeeesslon given at any time.
For particulars enquire of
Newfane, July 30lh, 187J.
na COTTAGK ron naie.
!fra A real, new Dwelling House nevrrr-ccupled
on lleaeant street In this Ullage, fvr aale cheap,
and terms easy.
ALM) TlulV Vr.ltV 1IENIIlAni.E
JIl'ILlll.lU I.OTM ft'Oll
Apply to WILDER HAIIRIS, lllgk Street.
Ursttleloro, April 23d, 1672, tM7
SI TK OF VKHMONT,iIarlloro,SS.
lly the Probate Court for $aid Dittrict,
To kIlpeM0LslLtet-r(t4dlulhd Estate of OEOltllE
NEIIAN, late of Brattleboro, deceased, Greeting.
Whereis, OEOItOE II, NEWMAN k AUJLKT N,
NEW MAN hae priHcnled to this Court au Instru
ment puiporliugtotro thelsitwlllof said deceased,
fnr psiti-it'Ynii ae heribv nntlfled that this Court
will decide upou the probate of said Instrument at
tliosifslon tuerooi 10 ue li hi at ice itoi'hm umce in
Ilrstlliioro, inlaid Ihrtrfct, on Ibe las l hi turd ay t'l
October, A, D. 1H72, vhtu andubero jim may ap
pear sud re lit ft tte time, II yon tee caure.
38 AHA KEYEH, UeRlster.
J The Probate Court for said District 1
Tn M nrmnm Interetted in the EsUtO of DENJ. W.
STEVENS, late of Ouilford, lu aald District, deceased,
You are hereby notified that this Court will decide
iinnn t1i r,illH,-m nt I.YDIA M. HTEVEN9. widow
of aatd deceased, for the assignment of personal prop
erty from said Estate, at the session thereof to be held
at the Trobate Office In Brattleboro on the last Satur
day of October, A. D. 1673, when and wbcro you
may no nearu in mo premises, ii you bko itnr.
STA'IK OF VKKMONT, DISTKICT OF
Westminster fiS. Tbe Prolate Court In and for
To all ncrsona lutereeted lu tho Estato of JOSEfll
BTOW EIX. late of Londonderry, in aald District, de
iou are nereuy noiiaeu iunt i-iA4si naai
INGH, Executor of tbe last will and tosUment cf said
doc-cased, will render his administration account of tbe
estate of said deceased and ask for an order cf distri
bution at tbo session of said Court to be held at the
Probate Ofllco in Townnhcnd, in said uumci, on me
first Wednesday cf October, 1N72, and that said Court
will then and there decide upon tbo alio anco cf said
account and order distribution cf aald Estate accord
ing to said will, when and where )ow can be beard In
ine prrmuea ii ou suau eec cauce.
Htpl. 0. 1S73. 37
OF VERMONT, Marlboro, S S.
Tbo Trobato Ouurt for aald District,
To all persons iuterested In tbe Estate of II EN It Y
D. UVEl.MO.lE.Iste of Wilmington, deceased, Greet
Whir.ti. MILO 1L CROHUV. Admlni.tr iter utwu
said Estate, bas msde application In writing to tbla
Court, setting forth that it will be beneficial to the
heirs and all persona intercatrdln said Estate to sell
the whole of tho Ural Estate of said deceased, and
Erasing for license to sell tbe aame accordingly, and
as filed In thjs Court the consent and approbation of
au me neiraoi saia uoceasea, reaming in ima maio
to such sale; You are hereby notified that tbla
Court will decide upon said aj plication at the an
slon thereof to be held at the County Clerk's Office
in Newfane, in aald District, on tbe 3d Saturday of
(September, A. V. leTJ, wnenanawnere oumayio
neatd in ine prcmiaos, u you see cause.
ADA EUYE9, Register,
BANK OF DEPOSIT.
F. A. Hawley & Co.,
NO. t PKVON81IIRE, COll. STATE BT., ItOSTON.
Vour ier ceni, Inlrrral allowed on deposit
accounts, subject to check, drawn as on any city banV
0ut-of4own depositors will havo their remittance and
Collect lona promptly acknowledged.
Wo do a General Hanking aud Commuudon business.
Neffotlate Hands, Htocks, Notoa and other Securities,
maie ooUevttona throughout the United States and
DEALERS IN SECURITIES,
we Invite inquiries relating to Investments, and give
below tbe price of a few of tbe moat desirable Oondst
II., a. It. k M., VUwaukee Kiteoalou. 7a . . 011-3
Midland ratine, Ts VO
Logan sport, Crawf ordsvllle At Southwestern, 8s 97 1-3
IT, ft. ltonds and other marketable securities allowed
fall price In exchange. 3m3S
$K lA IMA t"rf I lsntawalll.lUmsrwerhlss
J IU hV iU,ltHUir Mi vBf vririd, )AkBorlaiitiivt
Mh lor tials lLlr mum nit or til Iha ilm than it snirUilsf
jjmiNHim: tajiii-y hoiooi,
Iteoptnrd Sept. lath.
Ample areommodatlonB for day and boarding Bchol
for Circulars or Information applr to
38tf O. A.. MILES. I'rlnolnat.
TAKE A CERTIFICATE
NORTH - EASTERN
13 R ATTIjTLB OKTJ , VT.
OFFICE IN TOWK HALL,
And Protect your Family.
THE EXPOSE 18 LESS TIIAN
ONE-TIIIKL) THE COST
IN AN OLD STOCK PLAN COSIPANT.
Asca 20 to 40, numbrra over 1000 members, and first
di.Ui claim, March 1Mb, paid May Ctb, ni (1130, at a
cost to claimant of Irs than $10 a yter.
Arc 40 to 00, number over 1300 members, and tbe
aecond death claim, March 33d, 11013, paid May 3ltb,
at a cost to tbe party of lcsa than 910 per annum.
For Circulars, Application,, kc, apply to authorized
Agents, or addrcsa tbe Secretary.
FRED. IIOLM1UOK, Treat. JAS. IUI.TO.N, Kec'y.
Brattleboro, Vt, July 30, 1S7J. 4m35
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
T. T. PLUNKETT, rreaident.
EDWAUD DOLTWOOD, Treasurer.
JAS. W. HULL, Assistant Secretary.
Annuul Income, iiOO.OOO.
Dividends paid annually, ou the Contribution llsn
as much as other flrat cles Companies.
The liEBKimnr was tbe first Company in tbe United
Statea to make all of ita Policies Isoii-forfeltable.
ttery Policy Issued ty this Company since April,
A. D. ier-1, Is non-forfeltatlc, and so exprisstd in tbo
An Annual Payment Life Policy Is not forfeited by
falluro to pay premium when due, but la continued In
force under the .Massachusetts law of April, 1801.
The Advantage of such Protection.
Xzw York, March lltb, 1870.
W. II. II. OntEKE, late of New York, Insured a few
years since In the. bEBiBHint Lin Ibscrakce Com
pany for $3,500, but, owing to misfortune In business,
was unable to mike any payment to Ike Company
DtmiNQ oke tear and piTE mohtus prior to bis de
cease, which occurred January 12th, 1870. I have thla
day rectlted (at the Ann York Office of the Company,
1171 Broadway, tor. Chamber Street) Tnnn Thou
sand TWO llDNDttP AND NlHKTT-NIMi: DOLLARS, thlS
ut ins i ue iuu amount due to bis widow, aner deduci
ng the oer-due payments ana interest.
CHARLES M. ELLSBEE, Belchertown,
amoust of roLior, $1,000.
nis Pajwnt had been 0EKDUK THREE WEEKS
WHEN HE DIED. Amount paid to his Widow, f 1,000,
less only tbe overdue payment.
i:xampu; or a roucy now ix
FORCE UNDER THIS LAW.
Ftlruaru ltf. ISM. an Endowment Polieu if at
ieturd bv TUB BEIiKSIIIRE LIFK INBDH-
ANCK OO.Jor the term oU years.
In consequence of reverses in buslnesa, the holder
of tbls Policy has been unable to make any payment to
rsu company mnce j- eoruary it, imi, nut unaer tne
NonForfelture Law of the State of Massachusetts Yt still
remains Insured for $10,000, until March 15th, 1874. If
hia death occurs during this term, 7 Years and 43 Days,
the Company will par his famiW the full amount of
the Policy of $10,000, ten only ike overdue poymentt,
and inttrett, which may bo due at the time of bis de
cease. AU Endowment and Limited Payment Life Policies
arc entitled to a "Paid-up Non-forf citable Policy," af
ter one annual premium has been paid.
Parties deslrintr Agencies ill please apnlr as above.
or.to II It.JKNM:, Ajjenl, Brattleboro, Yt.
MEDFOED OLD EUM.
The test Rum in the World.
Kit on ii more thun a cenlurr nrrr.
lie re. for Its Cheuilrul lurltr und
iiMTlor uulltyt uh
THE STANDARD RUjM.
Bales duly antbcrlzcd by Etate License.
Our Trattrmavk are Fettenttdt
Ilttrtirc mf Mmitatl0tt t
tv Insure perfect satisfaction by bikdiso tour
ordebb binrcr TO vs.
DANIEL LAWRENCE & SONS,
197 DUOAD ST., BOSTON.
THE ONLY CISTILLERS OF MEDP0RD RUM.
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN TATENTS.
R. H. EDDY
SOLICITOIt Or PATENTS FOR
INVENTIONS. Tl'.ADK MARKS,
Ko.JTo State Street, opposite Eilby Street, lio ton,
AFTER an eitenshe practice of upwards of thirty
years, continues to secure PaUntain tbeCnlttd
States; alsoln Ureat llritaln, France and other foreign
countries. Caveats, Speclniatlons, Aeilgcmi cta,and
an papers lor i-aienis, rxecuiea cn reason ante terms,
with dispatch. Researches made to determine tbe
validity and utility of Patents of Inventions, snd lepsl
and other advice rendered to all mattera tourhtrrgthe
same. Conies of tbe claims of any latent furnished
by remitting one dollar. Assignments recurdtd in
was d in (j ion.
No Jtenew tn tke United States notittiee superior
facilities Jer obtaining Patents, or aster tammy tke
watentabihty sinifnfioru. .
All neceesity or a journey to wsshinRton to procure
Patent, and the uauat en at delav thre. are here
'I re card Mr, Eddy as one of the most eatable and
successful practitioners with whom I have bad official
Intercourse, -CHARLES MASON, Commissioner of
"I have no hesitation in asinrlnaTinv-t.tra .hat the
cannot employ a man snore competent and trustwot
if,iuu nuri:iaDitiii puiunR ineir applications m
a form to secure for them an esrlv and favoraM vn.
slderatlon at tbe Tatent Office, EDMUND TJURKE,
late Gommlaaloner of Patents.
Mr. U. II. Eddt baa madefar ma over TIIirtTY sn.
plications for Patents, bavins becnsuooesafuUn almost
every rasa. ucn nnmistaaanie prooror great uieni
and ability on bU part, leada me to recommend all
inventors to apply tai blm to procure their patents, aa
they may be sure of having the moat falthfulattenuoa
bestowed on their caaes, and at very reasonable
UQSion,jan, 1,1572. lyi
A GREAT llOOU. FOR AGETM,
The Struggles of Petroleum V. Naaby.
UlustraUd by Tbnmai Kaat Introduction by lion.
Charles Sumner. Now ready. Soon ready, "Words
fitly Spoken" by llev. W. II, II. Murray, author ot
"Among the Adlrondacka," Addrraa, 1. Tf. Richard
son 4. Co., Boston, Mars., and St. Louis, Mo,
WANTK1), A WOMAN IN A VAMILY
In'th uflgbborbood of itoiton, to uslst In
household affairs where one one other servant is kept.
Must be capable of taking entire charge In case of
sickness In the family or absenoecf theUdyof the
rhoenli Office, Brattleboro. Vt
Aug. 37, 1872. 7wM