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THE VERMONT PHOENIX, BRATTLEBORO, VT., MARCH 28, 1873.
For MOTH PATCHES, FRECKLES
And TAK, M. PtBRT'H Matt im I I" I kk) Lotll n.
II in niMUU and H.nMi.rs.. R.iM lijf Hruijlsta
.vervwhr-rs. fir-pot 40 TloTtil stri ft, Mew York.
WT. WMPLES'lHTWli FACE.
Rlacbhe .ds and Flesbwnrrns, use I'KRllY'H tmprmrd
Comcdone .nd IMmple Remedy, the Rrnt skin medi
cine. Preared only by Pr. B. ('. PKHRY, DtHMtolo
gist, 49 Bond St., M. Y. Bold by I i i gisl everywhere.
The Confossions of an Invalid,
Published . witriiiiw and for tbo benefit of Young Men
and other wh suffer from Nervous Comrliduts, De
blllty, Lou nf Manhood, etc., supplying tba means of
elf-cure. Written by -me wlm currd hlmeelf afler
undergoing considerable quackery, and 1 I free on
receiving a post-paid directed envelope.
Sufferers aro Invited to address tin- anther, Nathan
iel Mayfami, Box 153, Brooklyn, Klngi) Co., N. Y.
Thy Tint Voitlar HSMtol for OOtfgbl, Midi,
hoarseness, and all . 1 1 - u or the throat nnd Iuiir .
Weeks' Magic Compound. It relieves and t un h Willi
astonishing rapidity and corUlntf. It truly works
like Mayte. Sold by An (flit I.
BATOHKLOR'H HAIR DTI TMs splendid Hair
Bye it the beat in the ivor.'d. 'J ba only True nnd Per
fect Dye. Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous; no
disappointment; no lidiculniis tima or unplearant
odor, Remedies the 111 e fleets of bad dyes and WMbfJt,
Produces Immediately a superb BLAOl nn Natural
Browk, and leaves the hair ri.it an, soft AMU bwat'ti
ful, Tbe genuine, alined W. A. Ratt'tu P-r. Bold by
all Druggsts. CIIAS. BA.TCBBLOB. Prop., JV. Y.
Happy Keller for Young cn from Ibfl effl iti of i r
rori and Abuses in early life. Maubocd tell red.
Mervona debility cured. Impediment to arris gi re
moved. New method of treatment. New and remark
able remedies. Books and Circuli'.rn p ut free, in
oaladnnvelopei. Addrea HOWARD AtSSOt'I A1ION
No. 3 South Ninth St., Philadelphia,?.
WILL BK PAID
I To any P.heumalie subject wbol
after iviug Uii.i.V RHBUMAT-
I'illk u riur iriai is nor
cured. Also H ill's Pile Oint-
Imest, equally reliable for th
cure of Piles and Klugwurms. Both nrtielm entirely
vegetable, and Rate at all tim.-s. Vt holi'H!' ami ll tall
by L N. h At Co., BiattbtK.ro. t. Price 2ft ct.
per box. O. A. HILL, Prop'r, PortUnd, Me.
KVEBY OKI His own DOCTOR Baring private
Instroctor for married ptttOtM, OT UMM about to be
married, both male and frmule, in everytliine concern
in.; the physiology and relation of our leXTJaJ ijii in,
and the production and prcTMUonof offspring Rj
cludingall the new dlMOVCtlcfl neve r before given in
the English language by VM. Yot .NO, M 1. '1 bis
li really a valnabl- iaatoieretttog work, iti written
in plain laugnaKe for the v, rtl ti adt r, aurt is illus
trated with Dumeroua BagravinMt All joUng tnar
rled people or those oonUmplatinfr lujirrlagc, and
having the least impediment U married life, should
read this book. It UteloMt aeerets Unit every one
should be acquainted with ; atiil it i. bo k thai must
be locked up and not let lie about the hottSA, It will
bo sent to any address on receipt of flu otnti . Addfeai
Dr. WM. YOUNti, No. tlfi sprtiee street, ul.ovc 1 -mrth,
J if" AFFLICTED AND TINFOBTI'NATl' .--Nn mat
ter what way be your diteUO, before JfOtl place your
self under the care of any one of the QUACKS native
nnd foreign who advertise in this or any other paper,
get a copy of Dr. Young's Book and road ItoatofnUy.
It will be the meanti of taving you many dollar, jour
health, and poialVIy your lift'. Dr. Yonngean b con
sulted on any of the disease dereribt in Ms pnl lira
tlon by mail or at his otteef No. 41fl ipruoi itreet,
above Fourth, Plillaflelj-hia. fini3I
flCHENCK'ri VULUOMXO SYKVl',
BOBSROK'l SICAWLKD TONIC,
BCHF.NCK'S M ANDliAKE 1 ILT S,
Are the only BMdieintl tnat willcure Pulmonary Con
auuiption. Sumetimce medicines that ill itop a cough will oft
on occasion the death of a patient. It lockmptbe
liver, itupa the circulation of the blood, hemorrhage
follows, and in fact, dogging the action uf (he very
organs that caused the cough.
Liver complaintaud dyipepila are theotniea of two
thirds of tho cases of consumption. Many are now
complaining with dull pain in the side, the bowels
sometimes costive and some! lines too loose, tongue
coated, pain in the shoulder blade, ft-eltng sometimes
very restless, and at other time drowsy; the foud
that ii taken lies heavily on tho stomach, ftOOOInpftnled
with acidity and belching of w ind. These ymptomi
uBually originate from a disordered OODditlonof the
stomach or a torpid liver. Persons so affected, If they
take on or twu heavy colds, and :f the COttgb iQ these
cases be suddenly stopped, tbf lung-, Ism r nnd Itom
ach clog, and remain torpid and inactive, and before
the patient Is aware of his situation, tbe lung are I
mass of sores, and uloereb d, ai.d death is the inevita
Schenrk's Pulmonic Syrup li n expeotortnl which
does not contain any opium, oor anything oaloulatecl
tocbock a cough suddenly.
Schenck's Seaweed Tonie dissolves the fund, mixis
with the gastric Juice of the stomach, dlgeitl easily,
nourishes the system, und ereat' s faokitby circula
tion of the blood. When the boweli nr.' costive, skin
eallow, and the patient is of a bllloni hal.it, Scheuck's
M an drake Pills are required.
These medicines are prepared by Dr. -T. H.8CIIEN0E
h SON. Northeast corner of Sixth and Arch streets,
Philadelphia, Penn., and for sale bv iii:o. ood
WIN k CO., 38 Hanover street, Botton. and JOHN K.
HENRY, 8 College place, New Yorj, Whol sab -Agents.
For sale by DrugglBW generally.
Review of the Markets.
WiTCBTOWX UI03( LITE muck HABKKT.
WaTKKTOW, Marcli 2.", 1H7J.
Price. Mir!i-t B. rf. A few oholee tlOTMU Ml
Eltr0 SO.aflll rill; Snt quality 8 (H'. u iS RcCOSd
nullity, tC Ollio ,7 511; tliinl i unlit v. ,." Ofli.i ,r, SO,
Stnrc Wurkint! (Hi ii-5100, Sinn, MOgtSM Vpair.
much UOwl an J utUTH tu uj; i-xtru, it.tito B3,
Farruw Cowb ?15ri$:i0.
YplrlitiR. SlOOOtols. Tw.i yo.i Bold 519 to 2B,
Three year, old 30 to iS.
Price, of Blirrn und Laml Tn lota. OA. S3 SO.
81 00, It 50, 4 75 each ; Eitra, 85 50m 7 50, or frutu 5 to
Sprlne I.amh-$r,a?7 75 V head.
Hides Brighton, 0 l-2jU0o per It) ; Country, 9 1-C.c
Tallow Brighton, 5 1-2 a Cc V lb. Country Tallow,
ort.3 1-2 cent. pr :u.
Pelt. 81 75,82 50 each ; Calf Slin ItglVC V lb,
CLASSIFICATION OF CATTLE AMI HH1 FP.
N. B. Beef Choice nradi' iucludif-- notbirg nut
stall-fed 1100 to 1100 His. Bullocka. Extra and Mi. !
nualitviocludosthe hort. larae fat oien. Htcondand
third quality tncludi s Oxen and ti and three yi.r
Sheep Extra Include Cossdw, and vh( n tln.:-c of
inferior quality are thrown out.
Poultry. Chickens and Turk.-ys 17" V 1'.; fair lotl
10; fl lb; ordluary lots 15i 15 l-3c V lb.
NEW YORK. March 25. Flour lower; fitat, 5 CO
8 35; round hoop Ohio S7 15.810 50; Western 85 90
010 30 ; Southern $C 10512 75. Wheal IffloDttter
and in fair demand; No. 1 spring 51 73 .i81 77 ; No
do. 10Ifl 71; winter red West, rnfl 70 1 nr.; white
Michigan 81 82 1 -2352 15. Corn a shade firxnar ; Bl w
mixed Western Gu.,.CG 1-Rc afloat and C5 In kl .re. Oats
quiet and firm ; white slate 55c on the tflUJkl new
Western mixed 17( 50c. Beff eteady. Pork strong
new mess SIC 00. Lard fiinier at 8 9-K,.i 1 7-8i'. But
ter firm; Slate 32a 18c.
CHICAGO, March 25. Wh. at unsettled ; No. 2 spring
lower, closing steady at at 81 21 3-8 seller April; No
do. 81 28; No. 3 do 109 1-2.1 11 1-2 for regular ai d
fre.h. Corn quiet and uuchauged at 3il-2conthe
spot for mixed No. 2. Oats dull ; No. 2 regular 25 1-2C
freah ; 2fl l-2c cash. Itye flrm and scarce ; No. 2 fresh
115 Ut, Barley steady ; No 2 fall Me.
Arlinxtm kM n pop; bIioj. wliloh pro-
ilucs U,r barreUiif nhoo peg! dally.
Clen.S. e. IfnzoUliis liat Hrrvod nttt.wn
clerk of llnkorsliold 51 vo ir? hi nhpoosiIoii.
'Richmond, which I. only 41 UlIlM
qnirt, tllaktl 2000 torn of cheese a yoar.
The house Of fMO S.vkc. In Wetl
Windsor wnn onlroly doslroyoil by tiro, din
other niKhl; Itixnrcd for $0000.
The National Rank of Vnullne.v U u
creditor ol the scoundrel Creo In Ihoamount
Bubtorlpllofl boon for the HuMpolrar
and Rlack River railroad hnvo been opened.
Allniinh has received for hay shipped
over tho Vermont Central railroad for the
six months ending March 1, f7,000j and
Islo L Molte, for beans alone, $40,000.
The trustees of the Htalo Library have
Oltoted ('. II. I Icnth trustee, und H. A.
1 1 tisp llbrtfltn, IB place of tholale Charles
The linn Oil fair pftht State Agricul
tural society, Is delinllely located rl Rut
land, for (he next three years.
Tho First rational Bank of St. Johns-
buiy lias obtained an incroaso of $50,000 to
its capital inakliiK a total $500,000.
I). M. Smith of Sprinteld has invent
ed n practical little adding machine, so
simple that III school-boya can operate It.
The mice aro making sorry work a-
moil;: lite apple-trees In Windsor county,
T. P. Btitlorlield ofthe Sprlnjjliold nursery
baring lost over 30,000 young trees. Scarce
ly a young orchard In (he county has es-
aped their depredation?.
Capt. Ceo. H. lllake, who represented
Sutton in tho House last fall, has taken
harge of the editorial columns of tho Or
leans County Monitor, at Barton.
-At the recent March meeting in Mont-
pelier, the temperance folks elected their
oHloon., and there lias been a noticeable dc-
reaio ofdrunkenneM In tho vie nity slnco.
The ladies still keep up their tcmpeinnco
Tlie dire:tors of the Noi t.iern Verm nit
nnd Lake Chimpllln railroad novo decid
ed to build an independent line from Burl
ington to connect with tho Lamoille Val
ley and Portland and Odensburg roads,
provided tho necessary subscriptions can
An Orleans county widower, agod sov-
enlv-slx. wlio has buried two wives, lias
I oil married his lirst love, a widuw, whom
untoward cirenmstancos prevenlod his
marrying In his youth. Ho has lived a
widower thirty years; alio a widow less
than twelve months.
A Vermont farmer sent to an orphan
atylutn for a 1 v that was smart, active,
irave, tractable, prompt, pious, Intelligent,
good looking, reserved and nio.lost. The
superintendent replied that their boys were
ill human though they were orphans, and
furred him to the New Jerusalem If he
wanted to get his order tilled.
-SI. Albans, according to the Messenger,
promises to be a lively place this season.
The iron and s eol rolling mill will soon
be in operation, requiring, to begin with,
some hundred workmen before May, and
thereafter when In full blast a much larger
number. The completion of the water
works will be entered upon as soon as pos
sible, and will require for a timo a large
number of men. The new court house, in
volving an expenditure of $'25,000, is to ho
built at once. The Baptist and the Catho
lic chinches are to be finished, or as near
ly mi as funds will permit. In addition,
the erection of dwelling houses will bo
largely increased during the coming sum
mer. New houses must he built to accom
modate the increasing population. There
aro now scarcely any houses lo rent or to
Ten thousand dollars have been already
Onlribnted to tho Greeley statue fund.
Chicago now claims n population of
330,000, or 50,000 more than she had before
the lire, and a valuation of only $5,000,000
less. Her board of trade report shows that
the city never ilid so big a business as In
, when her wholesale trade in groceries
and manufactured goods alone is thought
to have risen to $500,000,000.
-Capt. McDaniells, a Penns3'lvania mer
chant, visiting New York, was drugged
while drinking with a chance acquaintance,
and relieved of a large amount of money.
On awaking from unconsciousness he
found himself in the hold of a ship. He
was put ashoro in a few days on an un
known coast, which he afterwards found to
be t uba. He found work, made enough
money to pay his passage home, and lliorc
arrived after an unexplained absence of
some months, his friends having given
HAIL II 'A Y GUIDE.
Train. .,- llrtKtlleboro.
Fen Bisstom Awn Intf 11 mediate Stations -1.22 an
H.12 a.m.; and 2 r. m.
Fon Nr.w London 1.22 and 8 12 a. m. ; 8.30 r. m.
Foa Springfield 1.22 and 8.12 a. u. ; 8.30 p. m.
l'on Bellows Fall. 10.50a. m. ; l.SOand 10.20 p. m.
Thel.22A. M. train, run. Sunday, to Springfield
only Mondays, to Boston and New London only.
Tralni Arrlvv la. Brattlboro.
Fiiom Boston 12. 20, 1.25, and 10.20 p. kf.
FltoM SPRlHiiriKLD 10.50a. M . ; 1.25aud 1C.20 p. v.
Fiiom New London 10.23 a.m. ; 1.25 and 10.20 p. M.
Fiiom Bellows Kalu 1.20 a 8.11 a. m. ; 3.30 p. m.
I KATE tbl. day aaioclatedlnjr on,
E. If. Ill ! Jl.
will) me iu iuv husiui'M uf
tinder the title of
M. T. Van Doom & Son.
nr.llleboro, VI., March 18, 187X lmol3
ANDERSON & WOODS
Square', Flat and Octagon Tool Stool,
Square, Flat & Round Machinery "
Granite, Wedge and Hammer "
Cast Tyre, and Spring "
Axe, Hoe and Fork "
Sheet, lirst and second quality,
Pean Hammer Moulds.
In presenting this brand Rtol In (Mil pitrons, wo
warrant every bar to give perfect satisfaction.
Lcc1,s lot2iisoii, t Co., AgriiCs,
Cml3 ?5 So. Hi Siren, It... ion.
HOTEL FOR SALE.
THE subscriber offers for Bale his Hotel property
Id East Ouilfonl, known nn the HHOAD IJIIOOK
HOUSE. Raid property oontitil of the hold and o..t
bulhllnRs, with three acre of Und. A large number
of valuable fruit iTiti on the premises.
A. It. UAKER.
Guilford, Vt March 20, 187:1. 4wl3
FOR SALE TO LET,
A CHAItMINil LITTLE HOME ITS Till: BEAUTI
FUL VALLEY (IF Tun WI ST lllVl.lt.
10 acres good Early TiliaRc Land,
WITH an ABUXDAHCE of FlttrtT SBADE TREES.
Buildings in good condition with the heat of runuiug
wan r lo noiise.
iti mteii tn snnr,tjf. VT..
1 1-2 ndl . below Fajetteville, no th. Brattloboro fioad,
in a ood nclihhorhoed and near school.
A PLEASANT, DEBinABLE PLACE, (at Bale oa eujl
terms, or will he 1-t. PoiSMBlon at once.
Enquire of Mr. OEOROK fOHKBOM, Fn;ettevllle.
near the place, or of the nbfortb.f ut Brattlaboro, vt.
13 JOS. F. WHITE.
TATH OF VERMONT, Marlboro, SB.
Tho Protisto Court for said Dlstrlfl.
To all pnrions Interested in tho F.slato of EnWIN
f, HIIEHMAN, lateof Uover, In said District, deceas
Whereas, ROPHIA M. SHERMAN, Administratrix
upon said Estate, his made application in writing to
t hh krttft scttlnd forth that It will br beneficial to the
hrlrs and all persons interested In said Estate to sell
the whole of the Ileal Estate nf said drc.eaned, and
pnylOg for license to sell the samo accordtnKly, and
nan tiled In this Court the consent and approbation of
all the heirs of nald deceased, redding In this Rlate, to
such sale: You are hereby notified that this Conrt will
deride upon nald application nt tne f-easion tneretn io
l e held at tne jTonai uniee in nniiiieuoro.
Dlstrtrt, o:i the fifth day of April, A. P. 1R73, when
and where you may be heard In the premises, If you
aee cause, ASA KEY EH, Hester.
fl. K. BULLOCK'S ESTATE.
The Bubacribers I aving ttren appointed by tho Hon.
ProMtla Court f Ot thl instrle.t of Marllniro Comnils
siotiers to receive, examine and adjust all claims and
demands of nil MfMIU agalnht tho Estate of HA Ml' EI.
K, BtltXOOK, lateofOnilford.ln said Dlatr let, deceas
ed, represented insolvent, and the term of six months
Iron the twelfth day of March, 1H73, being allowed by
said Court to the crmlitora of said deceased, to exhil.lt
and provo their respective clalma befora us; Give
notice that we will attend to tho duties of our said
Appointment at the dwelling house of said deceased
In Guilford, in said District, on the second Wednes
day of April and He ptcmber next, at one o'clock, In the
aftcrnoou. on each of said daya.
HAM. L. HUNT,
OllHON THAYER, f Commissioner.
J. L. BULLOCK, Admr.
Guilfortl, March 18, A. T). 1873. 13
STATE OK VERMONT, Marlboro, SS.
By the Probate Court for said District.
To all porr-ons Interested In the Estate of SILAS
GBEKN. late of Vernon, deceased tireeting;
Vheref, JAUVIH l BURROWS, Administrator
upon said Estate, has made application in writing
to this Court, setting forth that it will bo beneficial l
the bfin n4 avll ju-rsons InWrested in said Estate to
sell the whole of the Real Estate of sold deceased, and
pravinK for llcenso to sell the name accordingly, and
In o Mod in thin Court the consent and approbation of
all the helra of said deceased, residing In this State, to
Kieta sale; You ar hereby notified that this Court
will decide upon said application at tho session thereof
to be held at tho Probate Office In Brattloboro, In said
Diatrict, on tho iat Saturday of March, A. D. 1873,
when and where you may bo heard In the premises, if
you see cause. ASA KEYES, Register.
Nice Building Lots.
HAVING removed to Botton, I offer for sale my
attractive Homestead, at (,'cutreville, mid-way
between the two villages of Brattleboro.
LAVH--FOOT acrs excellent, warm and early,
which can be divided into good building lot! that will
sell quick; great variety of choice fruit, including
apploa, pears, gropes, currants, ond other pniall
fruits delightful flower garden and beautiful orna
mental Hhrubti. Buildings arranged . for comfort
rather than show. noue of 8 good reouip, batidM
two pantries and many large ebmeta and rnpboards ;
brick ovens, iron Rink ; good cellar; wood BOOM ; hhoi
room; carrisge riKiin ; lar;e, good barn, with cellar;
running water to both houaa and barn from valuable,
never-failing spring, a Mpwrato deed of whiob got!
with the place. Immediatu povscflblun.
Also for sale cheap, a
PROMISING YOUNG HORSE, sound, hind and well
trained to harnea ; Bleigh, Wagons, Forming I'ten
sils and Household Furniture,
Apply to I. In 2 : M i r UK.Y 09 the premiHrn,
or the under:'I','Utd at 117 HaOOYI r St., Bofllon. Mass.
13 S. M. HrENCEH.
A FABTTJBE COMTA.TKIKO ABOUT
situated about two mil. h north of Dununortton Crn-
tre, Nu. 1 Pasture, quite early feed.
4wl0 II. B. MILLER.
OUSE AND LOTS I-Oll SALE.
A fine two story house, pleasantly situated, near the
Junction of Mam ami Awvlum Mn-ets, wliliin nv
rainutee walk of the post Office. It contains fourteen
rooms, with a wond-xhed hiumaciI, ii go d 1 arn, sta!H
carriage room, two shares of wat.r, a i.urdcn, choice
fruit, a beautiful grove, etc.
Also fifteen lot on Locust M., Among the htalthiett
and most sightlv of any in the village.
Inuuire of B. W. STODDARD, ESQ.. Union Block.
COLLIER-HAYDEN. In Vernon, March 3C, at tho
Hotel of Col. Burrows, by A. H. asbburn, Emj, Mr.
Isaac M. Ct llicr and Miss Amorett Uayden, both of
WOODBURY WILLARD. In Charlestown, N. II.,
Feb. 'J5, by the Rev. E. DeNormaody, John E. Wood
bury aud Ellen M. Wltlard, both of Rockingham.
INGRAM PERRY In Pondville, Vt., (at the r al
deUOt of tho groom's father), by Uev. J. A. Rit-h, Mr.
Elwin M. Iugram and Mlsa St .11a E. Perry, both of
SWAN FLETCHER. In Chesterfield Factory, N.
H, March 13, by Rev. T. L. Fowler, Mr. B.Herbert
Swan and Miss Sarah E- Fletcher, both of Chesterfield.
MOOltE-CASILE Iu Derry, N. U., March 9, by
Rrv. Mr. Goodall, Mr. Juliua W. Moore of Uwauxey,
atid Mary M. Castle of Jamaica, Vt.
New York ftcoc-k und .Tloney .fltarbrt.
NEW YORK, March 25. Money comparatively easy,
Most of the buslneaa at 7 per cent, gold, but the lute;
transactions on call were at 1-M und in (erect per day
Sterling exchange strong at 108 103 1-4, dosing at
108 .i-li'.. Gold strong with si.mu tvideuie of a clique
movement for still high, r priff i, It yem 1 at at 11.'.
3-8, sold up to 115 :M, and dosed and cloMd ut 115
gll5 a-4. Governments advai.et d ihoTplj in sympathy
with Loudon, where u bMTgi abort interest L..a to bo
covered, aud cli-s.d iitnu.g. Tbe d sing qiK.tatii.ua
United States Kb, 18-tl Ooop I
Uuitod States 5-'J0s, 18fi2, "
' 1864, "
" " " 18G5, "
11 44 '4 14 new'
44 44 44 18C7, 14
M 188, "
U. 8. 5'a.Now,
United States HMl'4
(lirrli 1 (,'Uarlntte, wife uf
I offer for Bale the four, Two Story, Model Cottage
House., whlL'h I nave ereetid tbe rasl mircn : Hlatid
Roofs, good water : Lota CC by 1(10 11. : Location a a-
tral us regards tbe nzsuufaclurii.g lnltrtfletf the
village : Price $33S0 each. Terms mad' i aay.
.. A. niw.
Brattleboro, Dec. 2, 1672.
HOR SALE CHEAP-
1 Black Walnut and Hair Cloth farlur I ;
1 Cheatnut Chamber Set ;
1 Painted Chamber Set ;
2 common Chamber Srts ;
HPI'JNO k 11AIB MATBtSMM! IA)l NOE: KMAI L
rOVKI, TABLES, CHAllin, ic , 4ic.
At ricidcncc of A. W. CfDWOltTH.
Wist Brattleboro Village.
Feb. 10, 18711. tfa
OTATE OF VERMONT, MARLBORO,
O . Thl Probate Court for raid District.
To all pri sons iiterestc d in the Estate of CHARLES
P. MURDOCK, lata of Wnitingham, in said Dl.trict,
di'reased, Urertiny :
You are hereby notified thai this Court will decide
upon tlin allowance uf the account of SCHUYLER
ftfUBDOCK. Administrator upon said Estate, and de
cree distribution thereof to the persons entitled, at the
eaaloa MmmoI to i e bald at the probate tinice 111 Brat
tloboro, on tho List Saturday of March, A. D. 187a,
when and where you may be heard in the premises, if
yon see cause.
rATB OF VERMONT, Marlboro, 88.
The I'rohate Court forsald District.
To all persons Interested in tho Etttate of JOSEPH
CLARK, late of Brattleboro, deceased, Greeting:
Wherea, iKORGK HOWS, Administrator upon
said Estate, has nnvlo application in writing lo tnw
C uirt, netting forth that the aiuoiint ol u iusiiue rrom
naitl deceased is 3303 -J
i'hat the eipcnseaof ttdininntrauoii win ne
about 100 oo
That the value of perineal property ir 672 HO
Leaving a balanc e unrrovided for of 28J1 03
ludfonber NprMesuBgtlssI the BmI LtetalttaMMttB
be red wilh mortfMM to the amouut of 9U00 OH, not
irtdod. d in taut fl 'M, ami praying ior imdh
Ml tho whOls or Wie noai JSttttic ior tne purpoaa
note of itavint; until n nts nnti expeuse. ; you are ucre
by notined that this court will decide upon said appll-
ciitioli at the housIoii thereof to le liwld at tne iTonoio
Gfllc in Brattleboro, in nald district, on the last Satur
day of March, A. D. I87:j, wlieli ana wnere yuu may oe
heard in the premises, if you see cause.
ASA KEYES, Register.
STATE OF VERMONT, MARLBORO,
i3 SS. The Probate Court for said District.
T.1 alt imnniifl interested in tbe Estate of DAVID
Sl'ENCER. late of Braltleboro in said District, deceas
Whereas, , Administrator upon
said Eatate, has made atmUoktlOU in writing to this
Court, setting forth that theamount of debts due from
salu neceaseu is
That the e penses of AdminintrAt.ouw.il oe
That the value of the p( rsom.1 property U.
Leaving a balance unprovided for of fiH
And praying for Lic-nt-e to fell Rerl Estate lor the
purpose of paring said debts and expensen ; you are
hereby notified that this Court will decide Upon l aid
api'lieatlo'i at the oeMtnU thereof io be held at the
Probate OfflM in Brattleboro, in naid District, ou the
iMi Saturday of March, A. D. IriTII, when and where
ou mav bo beard in the premises, if yon sec cause.
11 " ASA KEYES, Register.
STATU OT VEBWIOWTi
wtaDUAU ( oryrv,
fHF.HKAS, THOMAS R. PIIATT of Brattleboro,
V In said County, has filed In the Clerk's office nf
said County his petition for divorce against his wife,
Sarah J. Piatt, returnahle to the term of the County
Court next to be hold. n at Newfane, on the second
Tuesday Of April, A. D. 1873, Betting forth his mar
riMe to" said Sarah Jane Pratt, on the 9th day of March,
18W, at Woodsto-k, Vermont, by Rev. Moses Kidder,
and hiB residence iu thin State with the said Sarah
Jane; and further setting forth that the said Sarah
Jane wilfully deserted him on the ISth day of Decem
ber, 18fi0, and has ever sim-e continued such desertion ;
and praying that the bond of matrimony may be dis
solved, si'd a bill Of divorce granted him.
Aud it appearing that the said Sarah Jane Pratt re
sid. a without this State, so that the ordinary process
of this Court ctnuot be served upon her, It is herf-
iy Ohdkued that the petitioner give notice oi me
neudoncv of Ma . ml petition and of the court to which
the name is returnable, by publishing the foregoing
substance thereof, with this order. Id the Vermont
Phosuix, a newspaper published at Brattleboro, in said
County, three Weeks bdcci Hsi v. ly, tne lai m wnicu
publicutious to be at least 20 days before said Court.
Dated at Brattleboro, this 25th day of February, A.
ROY ALL TYLER, Clerk.
CHAS. X. DAVBVPOBT. Attorney. 9
THE HOU8B AND LAND CONNECT
ed with It on 0OTTAO1 STREET In t'.c Village
of Brattlefcoro, belonging; to the Batata of
1. now offered for sale at a (.'rent iiarisaln to tbfl l'lir
cha.er. Tbe House is nearly new, two stories hltili, and is
very convenient for two families.
WILLIAM 3. NEWTON,
Dratlliboro, M.rcli 1 '. 1 H73. ll 1 1
. .113 -8
. .117 7-8
. .117 M
. H -..111
. 114 .VB
U It A I I 1. 1. HO 111 I IU KM I .
Sugar, brown, lt
Salt, T I,bu
Teaa Japan, Iti
M RTAII. .
t'i 'i5 a '2 aui'olatoes, bil
;m a u.vjata, nu nu a ;&
UttOOotn, bn h.i. 90
oo a IWMeal, rt 1 00
75. OOCuttoi, s t Meal 'J do
1 (III a 1 511 Feed 1 '.III u '2 lid
loa 1 1 11 1 .in . i Ml 17(1
111 a lO'lnur, Mil 'oall Ml
mm a OOllye Meal, lb, o a 3
110. 70(irabaui Hour, II. II a 5
50 a 1 allUrown Cottons, yd 10.17
M). 1 30tllearbed Cotton, n a 23
on . i eoDelaia.i n . 25
1 l.'l 8 a I'i
1 'lailarpeti-IngrHin 75 a 1 115
1 lOTbn e ply
1 50 a 1 70
I 87 a 1 C5
II. Ml, I , II.
Il,.l. ,l,e, f. II,
II 7! aa0()Binf,ewt., 7.8
'25 . llllPork , d ressed , 7.8
IU a 15Veal, live weight a. e
00 a g5Multou, " 0.0
18 03 a 30 OOLauib, " 0.8
8 Turkeys, dressed, 15.20
CalfaklBB, Mt'owls, " IStit
Mapl. sonar, tub, 00 a 00
cak., 00 .OOYVood.dry, c'd, 7 00 a 800
Potaioel.bu 00 a 70Wood, green 0 00 . 7 00
KIKUH In Ouilford
Leonard Kikes, sited 73.
i , H. Ill UN. In t'bciterneld, N. II.. M.reb 35, Mar
tba Colburn, aged 75 year..
ltl:U. In Wo.tmorel.nd, N. H., Feb. 10, 1873.
PrudenO. P., wife of Adln T. Head, .god 113 ye.ra, 6
Blontbl and ll days. Both Mr. aud Mrs. Itead wtro
kradilatis of tbe deaf and dumb Asylum of Hartford,
toBH i m I ...... . Marrb 11, Mn. Haun.b E. Bruce
Cobb, wife of 1). It. Cobb, aged 58 years. Mr.. Cobb
was a native of Uanby.
STODDARD la Or.fbm, M.reb 8, Mr. Harvey
Stoddard, aged 73 years and 7 montba.
OBEB.- In Uraftou, March 10, Mrs. ltebecca Ober,
aied no nan.
1U1N1IAM In Putney, M.reb 13, infant sou of Ueo.
T. and ltboda Iluuharu.
WARD. Id Orange, March 5, C.rollne E., wife of
J. K. Ward, aiird 58.
ASilIKIl.-Iu putney, March 18, Minnie E, only
elilltl of liana aud Jennie S. Aligiar, aged 5 months, 17
We would not call thee tack, dear Minnie,
If it a.i within our power,
For we know tb.t we must follow,
But Luow not bow soon the hour.
Thou b.st taken ber a. ay
From those who held her de.r;
May Ood f ind up our wounded hearts
Aud wipe aw.y our te.rs.
And thus her gentle spirit's gone
To seek tt. home .bove.
And minute with that holy throng,
With htm whose name la love.
HAMWIN.- In Wardaboro, March I, Huldab, wid
ow of Philip Turner Baldwin, aged 9V years. Iuwa
and Conn, papers please copy.
liOtlllHTON. In Keene, N. II., March 11, Ada E.,
V.M.. of W allace W. Houghton, aged '24 year, i month,
aud 13 days.
A GOOD GRIST-MILL,
KNOWN .. the "Wllll.ms Mill," built by Win. H.
Willisma, and built in the most Hi. i n -n man
ner; all In running order. Good chance for gflndjag
.nd selling Western Corn.
Come .nd see for yourself, if you wlsb to purchase.
Q OOD POWER for other purposes. Come .nd see.
I wlU exchange tbo above tor a f.nn.
J. E. BENSON.
Williams! ill, . Feb. 4th. 1878. tfll
C. IS. S.
An Elegant Stock of LADIES' GOLD WATCHES,
if7' PLAIN. JW.ItA : on KNAMELLKp VASES.
til Nllll M Of
is .voir COMPLETE.
NEW PATTERNS '
inns ciiAitng, i.tit it:.' SRT.
Mill!: A (lil.l.llt III I'TOJW.
QOMM r.S.SIONKRS' NOTICK.
JOSEPH DIX'S ESTATE
THE SUBSCRIBERS h.rlug been appi intnl by the
Hon. Proliato Court for the District of MarilK.ro,
CoiumlsHioners to receive, eiamine and adjust all claim.
ud demands of all person, against the Estate of
JOSEPH DIX, late of Dummerston, In .aid Dis
trict, deceased, and the term of six month, from tbe
tweuty-elxtb day of Feb. 1873, being allowed by said
Court to the creditors of said doceased, to eiblblt and
prove their respective claims before us: oive notice
that we w ill attend to the duties of our Mid appoint.
m. ut at tho dwelling bonse of said deceased in ltuin
nii rston, In said District, on the first S.turday of
April and Auitui.t next from one o'clock I'. M. until
four o'clock 1'. M. on each of aaitl days.
OEO. W. WALKER, Commissioners.
Dummerston, Feb. 30th, 1873. , I
ST2VTE0F VERMONT, Marlboro, SS
By the Prubte Court for .aid District.
To nil persons iutereated in tbe Estate of ANTHKA
E. CCMM1NOS, late of Wardaboro, in said District
deceased. Oreetins :
You aro beroby notified that this Court will decide
upon tile allowaucn of tbo leaoaat of NORMAN
C. JOHNSON, Executor of the last Will of aaid
,l,..'.. i.e I ii ml ilei rett il 1st rilitit loll thereof to thn per.
sons entitled, at the session thereof to be held at
CltOSBY'S Oll'.ce, in Wilmington, on the lsst Thurs
day of May, A. D. 1873, when nnd where you may be
ht ard iu the premises, if you see cause.
ASA KEYES, Register
m i . a in.!: nvoiccor
.11 T HI T IX MTOCK,
INCLUDING NICK PATTERNS OF r.S LENDAR CLOCKS,
FANCY & TOILET ARTICLES.
I will not be Undersold,
KEPAIHIXCt DONE PROMPT WELL.
AGENT FOR THE
FIRST-CLASS PERIO niCA Ls.
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine,
EDINBURGH, LONDON QUARTERLY, WESTMIN-
STEH, AND Bit TISIi;
Rrprmtni without nlri,ljmtnt or alttrntinn, nnti tit
about onr f.irii tnr yrir.r or inr
LEONARD SCOTT rUllLISlIINO COMPANY,
140 Fulton Strto', New-York.
TKRMS Of SUBSC lil'Tin.V.
Good Uuslneas Men to t.te the Agwoy . f the
A HM MA. COMKOHTAIIliK lKH'KK wltli wtter In
or MM tho luiiifir. A Rmftll Utrn, and, a little Imiid.
Auy one having a plar ot thta kind to reut cr rl1. - n
or i - -i the Bralllfbttro road btitween Brattlrboro and
TowiiHlietid, UMM Mtalo full partioulara aud terma
T. A. It,
Ttie Victor la the mutt rellal'le, bmImI tu nanaga
aud will Hive tho best aatiffacttoii of any M.n bJai iu
the market, aud In oonie'jui mv t h i a-li i( i.iut hlnt- to
aell. To the right mm an esrellent opportnoitf ll f-f-
rr 1, We want ageuU lu every town la New K up
land wherts there la not one aln-dy. Thoae looking
for a iwnd cavlnu hiiRint hh will d well to c.ill mi or d-
druaa, VIOTOB HKWI Nil UAt'Hl N K TO., Ml i r. n t
Ht , Udd VitlOWl H'lil'li ii,'. lioatuu. 4m t
LESSONS- -PIAHD &0RGAN
M1B8 ELLA 11. BI'RUIIINB.
Of Now Jersey,
MAVINO taken up tuu rcid.-i In BrattlabOM,
would kIvo uotiee tliat she la prepared to give
lessons ou sltber of the .hove lustriiuiei ls, on le.aoti
Satisfactory references nlven.
RoomaatD. B. STEDMAN'S, (ireeu street. tfll
Millinery & Hair Oi niiiiioiils,
W AT 10 1 1 M A N .V CO S,
No. 15 WINTER STREET. (Cor. MubIc Hall entrance.)
Send for Price List. 4.60
Superphosphate of Lime
About a vrtir aoo f omatadad to sell mv HuneivhoH
rli.i'i' uf 1 mi" tu the farmer of New Kuulanu lu
jilart a wifcri' it was not known, Ly auctiou, to tbo
hiheit bidilt r, in (in a nil ueo arned on BNOnalH
liioitoainH ut tue name tiuiw u purauo mm coiin. yu
alter ytt.rhuutll lot lai DUTa ouuil uii'ouie luiutlita
IU valite to them.
1 Khali make thia iroixiiititiii lootl.
The Hui'i'ibiilute ntado luia yar will te uioro
itlilf ttl.lt) It HU. Ul all.
1 m ill puhh-.U ui heri-t'ifore the material of which it
li toinpOMd, anil the )rotorthina of earfi, ami 1 will
gUMmnfM it to have ao made.
1 havo many 1 1 1 i- from ft rmera ho b- uht at
audit. u laMl year, iiianKini; me ior aOoptiuK tne auc
ti'inal plan, and t-uea'onK id tin-niKiieat terma ui iu
n ktiilla Mbtslued from thn ute nf the fertilizer.
I kuow that the artlcl i a rihh! uue, aud that It will
lu time, aa all my other (trodueltona have duo! wl
il wuv to lh" i-tiiitul. m i' ol tin n iiciimer.
Amulo uotiee of mi uimCM and time fur aale, by
Mean of drculara and poater, will be given, au that
;i- tnr am i...-H.li . n tauut r hIiiaII tiave . it t. aa
that h- had no niportiiDlty to buy hi feitillr-i r lu fair
rompeiill'Hi with hi neit;Uuora.
Themot liberal term and (udltloiia will he tl
ti uitid to liurcharera. which Hill u made known at
ornn ur thk Bowronu Ohjuiioai. Wuui,
Provldeooe, R. I., Jan. 1, 18711.
OEO. 1. V11.H(jN, '1' it v ax.
Auction nlu at
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quarttrr at the office of delivery.
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cluba of four or more peraun. Thua: four copies of
Blackwood or Ol one Iteview will lie sent to unr tuiarr
'or 81 a HU I four OOPlM of the four Revlewa .nd Black
wood for S48, ind so on.
To clubs of ten or more, tn addition 10 the above dia-
Couut, a copy gratia will be allowed to the gclter-up of
New aubacribera (applying rly) for the year 187.1
may have, without charge, the bumbfrt for tba lnat
quarter of 1872 of such periodicals- na lin y may srb-
Ur instead, new subscrihi r.-t to any two, ture , or
four of the above periodical.,, may have UOI of the
Four Il-vn-wn lnriBT'j; KUDricrio, rs i an live may
have two of tho 'Four Reviewa' for 1S72.
Neither nremhims to tmbscriiM rs tnT di'coui.t to
cliiha cau be allowed unlets the money i remitted
direct to the publishers. No preuilunm given to clubs.
Circulars wltn runner particulars may d. DM on ap
THE LEONARD SCOTT PUBLISHING CO.,
HO Fulton MlOtt) Now-Yoi-ai.
THK LEONARD SCOTT PUBLISHING CO.
The Farmer's Guide
To Scieutil.c aud Piactic.il Agriculture.
By Heniiy Stki'IIEnf, F.B.S., Edinburgh, and thu late
P. Norton, Proftaitor of BcienliCc Agifculture in
Yale College, New-IUveu.
Two VOa.. Ho; al Octavo. HUi0 pates and MJOMfMI
engravliics. Price, V I by n ail, pott-paid, fB
6RANDE8T SCHEME OF THE AGE
CASH OIF I S.
$100,000 for Only $10,
Under authority of special legislative act ( f March
If), 1871. the trustees announce the Tnlrfl f.'rnncl
I. in Gonrrrl, for the benefit of (he Public Li
brary ofKrniurkT to con. "ft In Unfit? Hall,
at Louisville, Ky, on
TucMluy, April lib, 183.
At tbl. Ooncrrt tbe w.t inusloiil talent lu.t oan I
lirtMlllrod from all narta of thf il.lllitl y a 111 adA Ptf.
lire Ui the i-iitirtaliimeiit, nud Trai 't'hoii.uii.l
t ii.l. itn.. .(igrrinUinK . ast l.iltl i f Half
illllluii ltlliir. eatTCun inn if i.iriiiuuicu i.j
r.iii' N.. :
lot to tbe tlikrt-boldira, as
Onr l..,....l Casts ' in
I'll. I. iii.i.l (...!. 12141,
Oa. a i ('ii.ii i. in. -
Oar '.in n. I Ca.h f.lf..
Oar Vra.d Cn.li '.ill -Our
i.inn.l Cn.li l-ii:. - -
j i Cu.is Olfla ..i i ""' ... i.
no ...I. i. ii-- ..I Aoo
HO Cn.h Gin of IOO M
lOO Cii.h Gilt, uf BOO "
I SO fu.a (illl. uf -'"" "
.mi Cn.h (Jill, of IOO
U.UUU Cash Uifls .t 111
. i ...
B t OOtl
.111 I. Ill'
Ad.lrer;. tin- rrlucljial,
II. 111 1 I.I. B I'M.
Ih becomiu very c- mmou iu every cmmuitit, and
the sti'tden death rwaultiuR warn us lo seek MOM re
lief. The ftttMM nf-un.ts many different ftirms,
ainonq whloh we no-ice PALPITATION, ENLARGE
A1KNJ', SPASMS,. OSt?IFICATION OR BONY rolt
MATIuN OP THE HT. ART, RHEUMATISM, OEH
BBAL DEBILITY, WATER ABOUT THE HEART,
SINKING OE THE SPIRITS, PAINS IN THE SIDE
OU CHEST, DIZZINESS, SLUGGISH UIUCULATION
OE THE BLOOD AND MOMENTARY STOPPAGE
OP THE ACTION OP THE HEART.
These forms of Heart DtfAMfl have bo.0 cur- d by
PR. ORAVES' HEART BKOVLATOB, and we do no!
b-siUt-' to cay 11 will cure them aai.i. Any form of
Heart DtSMM will readily jit ld to its use, and we
have yet In learn of any euse where the HEART
REGULATOR Ittfl tMOB taken propel ly and the patty
not received a marked ben fit.
Our ag. at, on tppltoftttortj win fanrlsli y'"t with out
circular, f2lviu full tleacripti n of the dlseane, and
.No a iiuiubcr of testimonlaln of cures: ajd if y u
W"uld like further proof from tbe partus who have
given the trfrtimoniaN, write them aud aee what they
aav. We have sold many thousand bottles of tbe
HEART REGULATOR, and the demand ll still in
creasing. Wc are e nhdent we are doing tho public a
benefit, and not tryiu to impose on them a wurthluas
Tho price .if the HEART REGULATOR Is OKI Dol-
I-Vit per bottle, und cau be obtained ,f our agents,
L N. THORN k CO., DruggidtB, Brattleboro, Vt.
lienp I 'm nis :
The IRi tptmH Lani In mark"l fur sale by tlio
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY
In Hm Orat Plaftn Valley.
.1,000.000 tirci In Ontriil -iinikn
Kow for sale lu trsc ts f for!y a'res and upwarJa on
I ivk ind s VRAM' ORRRn ai (J MM ORRTi No aD
VAROa KRRBBBtV RRQDtBRasj
MttaO M RRAItRPRai 1 UMATF, PRRTIIJ "OIL, AM
ARORRARRI or noon WATCR.
THE BEST MARKET IN THE WEST I Tbe Rreat
mlntnn NRtoRI of Wyoming, Colorado, Utah and Ne
vada being supplied by the farm-rs lu the Platt
SOLDIERS ENTITLED IoThOMESTEAD cf 160 ACRES.
THE REST LOCATIONS FOR COLONIES.
PREI LtOMBA FOB ALL! RtlbttRRl Ot A01RI Of
t !i i eG vcrumtnt Land 4 open for entry um'.er the
ItOMRarrRAV Law, .urar, this GkEat Raii.hoau, with
good market. fttid all convenience, i.f an old settled
J ron pat sea to purchasers of Railroad Lnrid.
Sectional Maps showing the Lund, IRK) new edition
of DRMBtrftTfl PARf RtaSTf with new Mai s Mailid
O. F. DAVIS,
Land COfflftntfMff U. P. It. 17.,
To improve 1.700,000 acres ,R. II. Lands, free from
'.!;.! and located lu the middle region of Wt stern
Iowa -thr best com, WhflM aud rattle-pr ductng RtR
iu tho West, 15 hours lilstant from Chicago. Climate
aud soil uururpaste.l. Meadow and plow land with
pure ntRniRg vtater evenly distributed. No fever and
ague. Average credit price, $fi per acie. St nd for a
guide. ItOOWl nothing, and gives drscrlptPuis, prices.
WfiMa maps and how to reach the land". Addr
JOHN B. I'ALHOUN, lafiud 0oRMRRORff loWt Ball
Road I at, J Co., Ct (Ur Rapids, Iowt.
Office, II S. Canal Ht.
J10 lo25 pi r arrr. Finn Fruit ami Oanlm BrlL MIM,
bralttiy nntlatt. Oysti-rs anil Fish abumlant. Cata
IiiKiics frre. II. T. rHAMUl KS, Frdsmlslmrf, ltd.
$500 IX PRIZES.
fw EXTRA KW
eSw f 1111n1.l1
I OFFER A UNF. OOUiIOTIOM OF
Hoses, Verbenas, Geraniums,
and other choic.' and vnluaMo
liKKr.N.IKMM, BVDDSNII PL ANTS.
Ala. 11 liii-'ited quantity of nist . : 1 .-
Apple, Pear, Peach m Cherry Trees:
Evergreen and Shade Trees .
Hedge Plants, tic. ;
BTRAWBKBBY, BA8PBEBBT, BLACKBEBRY, frit
BANT ft aOOUdBBRS I'LANTH;
itic.ltilin': .11 111.- Ira.lll.;! TlljatlM.
FLOWER & VEGETABLE SEEDS!
WARRANTED FRESH Si GENUINE.
Bulbs, niadioli, Tube Roses, Dahlias
F. nd for rata'i.iir, nulli-d frn- nn IppttOtUOIl, lo
C. E. ALLEN,
3min Bratlli imm, vt.
I'i'o pi ( r.
nAVINd eatahlMied mj I BSRIffRI i" TtraHleht.ro,
am now i n rand tn till orders fcr t.11 kiudst
work in my lia. wUR prcviitoeft and on raMOBtblf
terms. 1 fit re 11 (ain ipt-ilem-e lu thi htisiuers
Quality of granite iual t 1 1 1.) m pi w Ki g!am'.
IVMIOP ON OAK ITBXST,
Rrattiehoro, Aprils, 187'.'.
Tolnl, IO.OOO 0Mti nil Ca.h. R.'iOO.tHM)
To provide means for this manniiiceitt 4 onetrt, line
HiMdrru TbouRHl Wbole TlokvM only
will he Issued.
U'bolr Tirkrla, RIO) ' " ' - t
Umiiii 1 RR.aO. Elrvrii ivholr Tlrltrii
for 1 011. No dl.rouul 011 Irmm ihnu RIOU
The object of this Third OlA OmrrrIi Bk the
two heretofore given with meh uuivt ii-ul approval, Is
the nnlargrmentand endowment of the Uulilit Li
brary oT KriilMrky. whiuh, bl the apt-clal art
authorizing tu. concert for it - heuerH, ia tn bo furover
free Ut all citizens of en ry Stale. IhodraMluu will he
UMM thf supervision of the Trustees of the Library,
assisted by tbn most eminent citizens of the United
Htates. The sale of tlcketa has already prOf roMOd so
far that complete vuccesa in assured, and buyers are
therefore notified th it they mut order at once if they
destr. to participate in the drawing
The management of this undertaking has been com
mitted by the truateea to Hon. Tho.. ft. tinini
Irile. late Governor af Kentucky, to whom oommu
nknttoni pertaining to the (lift Concert may be ad
dreaaed. R. T. PPHRETT, Pres t.
W N HALDKMAN, Vice Prca't.
JOHN ft. CAIN, Hee'y Public Llbrsry of Ky.
FARRTER81 AND DROVKHH' BANK, Treaaurer.
Aa the time for the Concert ta close at baud (April
0th,) portle. wanting tickets should send iu their or
ders Immediately If they would avoid the rush and de
lay abaolutely unavoidable in the few day preceding
the .rowing All orden and application! for .gencies
elrouloM and Information will m.et with promptatten
tlon. I in is K. 11RAMLETTK, A,;eut public Library
Reulucky, Louisville, Ky.
ILLUSTRATED BEAUTIFUL SNOW
RI.Al'TIFPL SNOW AND OTIIKR POKMS. Sru
Wuitratrtt Edition. Wt I, W. Wutson. author f "The
Outcast." Heanttfully tlluntr itnl, from Otijtitat lit
fi'ini by Edward I., ffrnry. Complete in one larg
octavo volume, in itutforin style with "t'he Outcast
and Other r -. luing irluted on the 1.: tinted
plate paper, aud bound iu RrM inorocco oloth. with
gilt tup, gilt sides, aud beveletl tmsiti, price Two Itol
lara, or bound in maroon m r cloth, with lull . 1
I- , rull gut 'I; s, full gilt naAk, autl o I .1 (xtanls,
price three HolLirs
fa .' llouk i fur tale by all Hook ueUrra, or copir
or If u-ill of ifnr, nt-;ii.i, in tin; nnr, vrr return nj
mail. In any one rrmithn-j the prtre uf il lo Me pub
T. 11. pethhmix k BROTH BAR
aOO iM -tiiul St.. IMiUiith lpl.ia,
A Paying Business
is olTereil tti every 1 1 . . t nt in or woman wh wants
to make fri.m f 4(1 lo 7. a wck. wt want such ag-cui,
bieul and travelling, iu e.ery city anJ town iu New
KugUnd. Yat particulars, call mi or address, W. F.
KITTSON k CO., Uoatou, llass., office over Quiucy
EXTR A EARM V BR MO T.Teu
Days Borlior than tint iv Ro.c. hi itoi -
1 ! i' v nri of I -
. ' 1 1 v on, wi er 10.;
M 4 ponndj by ro.il, pottpwld, for r.'..o,
0COMPTO.1! sniPRiSE, 820
llii.iiciai 10 ibAcre A Uttlc Ittet
thi-, Ksflaj Hi u. 1 r.rnml It! nlt'.ltfi? ..1
per pouui!, 6 mail, paid.
AOO 01 be aw:rde l, aa PltKMlI'SIH
to ihose who produce thn lairgMt Quantity
f i from one pound. Dc'criptive Circulars of
Pi tb. AbOTO, with Hut of 3t;U arii-tios of Pcta-
Otoes, free to all.
Illitiiriitt-if ftRRtl 'nlnloKiir 200
pi ' s, with Colored Chromo. J c tit.
A H n Tonuto, tho "A RL! 'GTON,"
r.arl;, solid and rOdUOtlTsV, Prit e, 2jc pre
ptcki't , B packet-, $1.
. v Vorio
B. II. BUSS &
MiI.S TAU V iJLl.EuE.
i hi i 1 834. Prrpnrulory l)i-tiiiiiiiriii.
r.otiK'h t. l:iic.l, .cieiitiP'- and ilitjr v Instric-
tiou. tjood Din-ii line. A hir.n I f t. t:HARLl'.S
do li, HortoMid. vt. Btunmor Term of hovcr
weeks begin- April lit!.
FOR ONE DOLLAR.
Wo v. ill -n.l FKHK '.y mail, on receipt Of One
I-.illar, J " pa. !ils of c! - ice Flowtf Bcoda an I ORI
Catalogue, containing upwards of 1,000 vaiMi. s with
full directions for culture, to any ImRW in the I nJftfd
Ht.ttos. Catalogues fri t- on applic.tlou.
DBB IC DOl LB. Mrrilsmrn mid Flor.aU.
oT I - '"in " i reel. IIomIoii.
ONLY 10 CENTS.
RTIR1 MAS HIS OWN PAIRTKB ;
Or, PAINTS - HOW TO SELECT AND USE THEM.
A DtltR 1 MUM. containing sample rai d with il (If-
feren- actually painted -i ! - and tints, with iuet.uc-
Mf r.r t-xttTi r i.M uit- iior umise ucnu-.Tioi!.
RS ooplM, botsnd In cloth, for $3. Sample copies.
pap-rcovtr, maiiea. pc.titpu, to any auuri.ai', ou re-
pt ' I I ll ecii4, i v ui" i ii iJiisuer.
IIK.MIV C.IKKV ItAIKO.
llox 16R4. I'o-t-Ofller. I'hiliuli lnh'n.
$t$ thr fu.'lotrtti'j t 't-'ii -ibte extract from jri notice:
A very valu.iM'- b-n.l:, and u one intending to p.tint
boUtd fail to read it." .V. '. Trit'-ne.
"We did not know so much could be f aid on the sub
JtVt of painting a hOROO RRtH WO fORdi thR) OROBoRl
book or UT. ii-tird s. i . HMtii
A want long f"lt, at last supplied. Sci'tilinr Am.
Not i iil v a iieet r-.-ity to tiie I'uintt'i' but raltiublt; Xj
eviTy occupant of a d .veiling." V. Y. H'or.d.
'Buv M cttiles tf this book and distribute them
among your Ihcnus. If tin y will he d the advice
then iu, you could make no mure VuQoDM prcaeut-.
"In publixliing this boot Mr. Bsird has done a real
lervlce to the ci mmunity."--Toledo Had'.
We hunt: the pul.S.sl: i r w i 1 f il UMVOflO L; ui. h ui
this bttok during '7.1. " lloxtun Aditrlter.
"V. have just painted our Imnse as advised by the
author, and congratulate oureelves that DO dwt Iliug in
ourlueighlMirhoud euels our in appearance." Har
in selling a ram pie OOPJ lOf to 009U .'-ir. bw
mupt feel ceitafu an order for 5 hound In cloth will
follow. 'Frank I.enlt.
'We know the town and country paints therein re-
e mi nn r.d d, ami cau vouch lortneir aiueanu me - -.-cellenc''
of the ''Harrison' brand of white lead."
ONLY 10 CENTS.
Tt Battobllailied 183QJ
WltOH & GKIFFITHS,
Tauufai turi-rs ol Kaws.
SlIl'EItlOK TO ALL OTHERS
r IIVERI SAW WARRANTED.
-JFILIIS. Br.LTWG &MACIIINEBT.
S3 CiTLlllEltAL DI8CUUMII.XI
G : rrice I.ir.ts and Circular, free.
J WELCH & GRIFFITHS,
J1 lio.lon. Mn. . A. Ui-lrolt. Mi. Ii.
Do Ton Kii It ?
WINflHKSTF.ICH IIYPOPIIOB1 H1TI Is ehemiea'ly
pure preparation of PHOHrHOKL'H, one of the moat
important el men U of the Humsn ' ' . andtheonlj
mean by which this LIVK-OIVINO . -t I.irR-RUB-TA
I N I NO el'-inent can be supplied to the system. We
guarantee it to be a certain ct n. for CONKCMH ION.
com 1 18, COMM. and all Pulmonary AfTertlonr ami
s Hp" -iiln Hemetly for Hcrofula, ITirpepsi( Paralysis,
Nervnus and Physical D'billty, and all Nerroua Afl- -Uoflt
It is unsurpassed as a Touie and Invlgorator
and g'-uerator of pure ind healthy Dlood. I'or further
Information, TAtlmonlsla. Reports f Phyxlclans. ke.,
HRd for our Treatise. Pilee, $1 per POWR Hold by
all Druggists. Add'ess
9. tTI( MIVII1I CO,
:Uft Jntis tft.. TorR.
Is the nearest approach to a specific ever discovered
for Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, (loot, (travel,
Diabetes, Kidney and I'rlnary Diseases generally. It
restores muscular power to the Farslytlc. It cures
Liver Complaint, Chronic Diarrhoea, Piles, Constipa
tion, Asthma, Catarrh and BfOBObltfctj Diseases cf tho
skin, Ocmrul Debility and Nervnua Frctratlon from
Mental and Physical Excessea. It ia the Greatest An
tidote ever discovered for Kzceaslve Hating or Drink
ing. It corrects the stomach, promotes Digestion, and
lb il.fM the Head almost immed lately. No household
khoiild be without it. For sale by all Drugglati.
IsVFor a history of the Hprlngs, for medical report,
of the ptiwer of the waterover diseases, for marvellous
cure., and for testimonials from distinguished no n.
send for pamphlets. WHITNEY BROS., General
Agents, 111 Month Front Htrcct, Philadelphia, Pa.
I ' a . 1 . h 1.'. .1 Itl ', CO.
For auy case of Blind,
Bleeding, Itching or Ul
cerated Piles tb.t Dr
BlMQ'S PlL. IiKMKDT falls
tu .ure. It Is prrparcd ex
pressly to care tn riles,
and nothing elan. Hold by
all Druggist.. Price 81.00.
NtpCOtftiUy OnrtOtmoa that ths.y are prcparid to eie
cnto every variety of JOB PRINTING, including
NO! NO! NO!
Jon COUnol affi rd lOQH JpOtW machinery, RtttROf ORB
VOU DUOtlfHturo piontitbly without having Cue latest
improved coutrlvamea known. Think of it candidly!
Qta Von? Delay no longer! lYuke up! Write A 8
(IF. Alt, M iu 09 Siidlniry St., Boston, for catalogue and
ilriMilars regarding all It'OM and lt9W&rkW$ Ma
rhinery, aud tirdtr rtjht JT the RMthRM 3 00 Ui ed io
Is tho BEST I N THE WORLD.
.fi'f . eratttcel. Kend for circular. Address:
DOMESTIC" 8KWINO M ACUINL CO., N. Y.
CHE tbe Reining r Hash LRfk and Support to
Fasten Your Windows !
No apriug to break, uo cutting of sash ; cheap, duia-
li!', ery Moly applied; holdn sitbn at any place ae
sired, aud a aelr-fasteni r when the t-asb is dtwu. 8eud
stamp f' r circular. Circular aud six copper-bronxrd
liK'ksMent to any address in the V. H., postpaid, ou n
ctipt of 50 cents. LlWral inducements to tbe trade.
Afluta w.uit.d. AddroM REI8INOKB RARB LOCK
CO., No. 41H Market St , Ilarrlaburg, Pa,
fal and Female Agents wanted to sell the "HAND
BBWKB," Uu Wl inter of the age. No family should
be without tt. It will do the work of a J : - a machine.
Works ao easily a child cau run it. Guaranteed for
OM year. Pries, t'i Agent sh'-uld send for circu
lar. Addr.-ss HAND BEWER MANl'FACTCRING
CO.. 197 Craig St., Montreal, Cauadn. L tier postage
to ( iiuatlu, l.'.
KYI HI fOKYKT BAND
T N tbo C'tuti'ry will reci-ive a spl -udid piece pf BAND
1 Ml Mil tree, t. seiidhK a to-cei.t -tamp to i.D
WAHI) a h M i ' i-1 R, Pol 111 or, II ioo, Mas,
fltA ut JRKI L,:'i"yJ .. S : . ".
tbt ir fpar1 n-un"uts. nr a!' 'he time, than at anything
t i e. I'artt ular ir- ftOarOM t. OAIHIIUJI v t:u..
IVrtliii.i, M UIM.
AhKMS ! A RAKE CllAMK!
Wt will pay all A-;, nts f40 per weeli in 0AM WRR will
eni'.i,'' Wnm tM AT oxeOta Krerythiug furnished and
CX.elli pj.il. Atiurt
A. COULTER h Ot)., Ohorlotle, Web
llilVf V MiUliuidfu with htcneil A Key Cheek
.111.1 I I OutQU, t'i iloguc. and full partlOQlftrt
rllEti h. m. Hi rscxit, in iianover hi., poaaosj
THIS is Nt I ITJMBTJO.
By lending :i5 ct.. with age, heigh', color of eyes snd
h:ilr, you will reci we a cirect picture of your future
ttuiliami nr wile, with name i marriag
W. FOX, P. O Drawer 21, FultonviUe. N. Y.
WHAT IK30W"""' HAIR VISE.
WAKk'S (illKAT PILE REMEDY.
This preparation is warranted to (THE th. wont aie.
"f HI i ili'ig I'lli , when nr.ipeiiy used. Heud Sft ct,
for trUl box. C1I KH. RICH AilDSON, Barnet, Vt.
Write for a Price List tu J. II. JOHNSTON,
(f!ttn 2 at or k ft.
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
TOITIIIUM D, VT.
Uac. IT, 18711. II))
1T9 1 . ! . I t , Plttitiurcli, l-a
Broicb-LiiadliiR Sti, t amis, (40 tn 900. Doulil. 8b t
dims, la to 1150 RIllRlr (luna, :l lu tHO. Kirls. $ I to
7S. HuviiIv.ts. (9 tu t'li. 1 1.1, .Is, l l,i 8. Uun
Mati'ilal, lisliliiK lai-al,', . . ,,'.,. di.ri,un(i tu
,.,.,,,' . , '.i. ArDiy (Inns li,.ulv.r, et,-, liullht
0V trailsl fur. . I - .eut by rxiirru C. O. I), to U-
i-iaiiiiii, ,! i.,-i,,r.. i ..... i i..r.
B ink Checks,
And every other variety of
PLAIN A YD FAYCY PUIYTIYG,
in the het style ami at reasonable prices. Wc have a
large aesirtmcnt of plain : - A ornamental type, and
with three power presres and other machinery adapt
ed to the wants of the business, we are able to perform
the largest orders as well aa the smallest with rapidity
and in a satisfactory manner.
As liood as the Btt,
as CiVap us the ( "lieapest.
CALL AND SEE US.
TO THE SIII.T.IOIV.
Vrry exIrHordinary liiiiuremrnt. nrr held
out lo tlir people nf thr following aamril
ioviN to eemr lo JiirlntouTillr Vt.. for
their 1 1 u r ne .. 1 llnlifrix lanilfortl. Brnt"
tlrhoro, Mnrlborousih. V ilmiogioo, l)t
ropa Wurilobo'oa it n.l Nrwfanr,
There ft one ihlnaj nbont l lil N li s
II A K N ESSfcS worthy n ni. to kr re
nn ii i ion. Having - 'Id lo hi lowniinrn
ih hi h ur hit mil -i d hnrni'Rten thr pn.t .ix
yenrd., there hni not beep rarrcly a tlair.
uf ill mi iue brought back to br rrpalrrd.
Thr Miiue U true of Ihr whole number
us a dr lhal I., arnrly two haadrril iu Ibr
In not thl. iutim im ii enough for pro
pie to ronie tlsi. way lo get good ub.tuu
liitl hurur.ae. aud a. uroi work na you
Send your order, and get you a hnruru
that will be vtorlk ike money.
.if tanhliu . iFreturj.
JarkMlaTlllr. V.. Frb. SlSi 18TS.
Flower & Vegetable seeds,
WAKBANTllU HIKS11 k 111 M INI. ;
GREEN H0U8E & BEDDING OUT
8 md for Catalftfnie, mailed free on application. Ad-
l . ALLEN, l l'.il.i, brattleboro, Vt.
I'll II BUsSST.
C. L. BROWN,