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5 f t Tolume 1. FALI^ VILLAGE, CfflW., WlDNESBAt JXJNE 16, 1888 Number HI. B i t 9h te 00 C a r d s . & STRIET, UffOSTBSB OF W i l e s , S e p r s . &c.. yO.68 WATER STBEEB. NEW TOR^ Amokiw D. Clabc, John L. Stbkit. H iB . Buiteater sttection paid to the orders o lanlT ow a Ajcentt. U jl has rented the Mills at Ariiley . md is prepared to do all kinos of . ^ aM«t mvoraUe terms. rattmtioB will be paid to custom work. ■ it feed and com will be kept con* Nl*iid thellrstand second best qoal- Floar will be warranted and can be lifitdoeanotgivesatisfiftction. JOHN M. MILLEN. dMy«r Falls. Avril 11.18M. 6ml6 8E 1TTAL NOTICE ! OR. J. S. SMITH •g n r ODM> MspectftaiT inform his friends and patrons in Falls villas* vicinity, that lialbM again established himadf at hisfonner resi-i ^ r e lie will be hapff to see any who may iM te lds ^mfes^alserTiMB. HaTine spent the fMk maria New York, he is able to farnuh bis ^rtth all tlie ktest -impi orements in the ThadEM for past brors, In hopes to merit a VMiriUn maaMr. M ia Taia«e,May 1,1858. 19tf NEW SPRING — A N D — ‘SUMMER GOODS! —^AT THE— PEOPLE’S STORE! Cteorse W. P e e t, a m m u i c t r a m u t » u w , m D®TAI£7IP11IL9(3» r M L S r t L L d O B , C d H A A N , C O N N OSee next door to the Iron Bank. [6 JOHJV G. R E I D , A ttorn ey ft Counselor a t liaw , KENT. CONNECTICUT. 12yl C9aver, T im othy & Red-Top Seed. jnOST BeoeifedMd for sale, at astonishingly low I S p * ^ 8C0VILL, GREEN A Co. VUkfe.Xareh 3 6 .1S58. Fko sph f t t® of Lime! best lisrtiUaers in use, is particularly t^ '« 4 a v ta d to Garden V^tables, Tobacco, Coin, aad Oats. For sale by 8C0VI. LE, GREEN & CO. Ittf Agents for Manufacturers. F a lliY illa fe ,llw ch 36.18&8. M A C H IN E R Y OF all kinds and Mill gearings. Shafting, &c JIaaafactured and fitted up in the best stylt iwsoeatile terms, and at short notice by the 6kf empire CO., Nobpole,Conn. TRUSSES. A Full Assortment oj PHELPS, THOMPSON’^, & HULL’iS S 8 S 3 o C o u tu itlj on hand a t the Drug Store of € B. MALTBIE & CO P A T T E R S O N *8 COMPOUND EXTRACT OF B I T T E K A P P X . K . Ig f A family reme^, tested <by thousands, and found invaluable in all diseases arising from a 4iaordeeed state of the stomach. Viz., Dispepsia, Liver Complaint, Palpitation of the Heart, Mun- Aee, Fever and Ague, Worms, Sick Headaehe, BHiaaa Ooomplaints, Loss of Appetite, and all ipenecal nebilttv. the nie of«ae battle is snfrioient to satisfy anyone ofils worth, oar prise is such that all may obtain tt. For C. B. Maltbie, Falls Village, Ct. U lyr KEA08ENE OILS. DiBTit.un> raoK ooa.l (not axTLOsivv.) 9 E C U R B O B Y L E T T E R S P A T E N T . Ti e DIFFBBENT grades of the celebrated Oils, aoltable for Machinery of all kinds. Bkinacle Md haiilf use, can be had of the authorised Local Aeetit at the Company in this place, r<. B. MALT- ▲I7STEMS, O m M * A«bnt8, KBBosmr On. rib.. No. 60 Beaver Street, N. T. boeal Affencies granted on application as Aave> Orders dioald spedfy the description of • or aaacMaery for which theoil is wanted. ^*1 yl ^sssst, D M.Bir.HABDSON • Dealer in Watchrs, fSocks and Jewelry woald ^n- (orm tlM inhabitants of Ca> naan and a^joing conutrv Aat he has opened a shop is Canaan, at the Depot, adjoin* 'ing the Post Office, where he to repair Clacks, Watches and JewelTy ^ ia the best manner Md on reasonable Watfihfis ant Clocks warranted to luo wall ^ ^ I J T i e r i e w a repaired atibort Dotioe. M O T i C E ! ! Wthaa*«srlber, on the 7th tluL, ijftayCoH, with star In the forehead, twUte.sapposedto be STearsold^— •vaflC is xaMMrted to prove pra tarty, pay mm. m I tik e b in a w . sdLOMON BIERCE. Bharoa; UtohfiflU Oa^ eoMb ' s if MESSRS. BIEVSTER & KELIEY VE^OULD again call the attention of the public, to tbeir New and Splendid ' Stock of doods, unsurpassed b j any in Quality S T Y L E OK P R I C E , consisting of DRY GOODS, Crockery, Hard Ware, Boots 6c Shoes, HATS i m CAPS, P u n ts ic Oils. Yankee Notaons. Trimmings, Clocks, Watches and Jewelry, F L O U R , Provisions, Meal, Feed and Seeds, GROCERIES, Hosiery & Gloves, Tobacco, Snuff and T E A and finaly a larger assortment of Goods than is usualty kept in the m z z m j r n m j i m r a r m m r m r m Carpets & Oil Cloths, Tbosn bf autiful Challa Robes, Ginghams & MusHn Robes, French & Englioh Prints, Cloths & Cassimeres. Black Silks, Summer Stuffs, Jzj H v b a a m r d a C M m n m . .,Voepoi.x,Ca«« M o T i & a i i kM iw m m am i ta Weitoeit, 01. jwvov jnto>ws. o ooo - CO I Embroideries. &c. Collars & Sleeves, Mantilla Lace, Debages for 10 ct^. Bleached Linen Table Cloth, Stella Shawls, Love Vales, White Merino, Parasols & Umbrelhs, Wall Paper, , Muslin CurtainK Table Spreads, Merrimac Prints, French P rints, Bieech'd Cottons, Unbleach’d (/ottons. White Flanels, Dotted Muslins, Swiss Muslins, cc Sarsanett Cambticks, ^ S' Nainsooks, ^ Summer shawls, M Silk Gloves, •ir Best )^id Gloves, h Fringes, all col(Mrs, « . Dress Buttons, § Lile Thread Hose, (q Cott<m Hose. L9e Gloves, Silk Vests, Embroidering Silk, Cross Cotton, K nitting Cotton, Carpets, & c ., ic o .t SCO. In fact we have so large an assortment, that it is almost useless to name articles.— Call a t the earliest opportunity and examine for yourselves. BREWSTER & KELLEY. FaUs Village, April 20, 1858. 17tf Clocks, WatcbeSf Jewelrr, AND P L A T E D W A R E , — AT T H B - ^ People’s Store! ■ t pxlees that vre defy the world to compete w i* . ^ y o B x y y z i a a a m ^ e Clocks and Watches repaired by » Oool and Experieneei » C s . OCA m « 4 ci<e ijiiiW^ e peired at i^ r t a«ti^. 4 t W E b lX ATTENTION ALL!! THE UHtEST IHD BEST 8ELECTEI —erocK OP— NEW GOODS, — IN — Litchfield County, is now exhibiting and for sale c s a o a S B dCw O P 3 3 — AT — U. H. MINER’S ! Dress Goods. • Challi de Lunes, Robes a Quille, Barege Robes, Challis, Barege da Laines, Brillian-tes. Muslins, Debeges, Poplins, Marseilles, Silks, Prints, &c., a t U. H. MINER’S. SHAWLS. THIBET, Broche, Stella, Silk, Crape. Summer, &c., a t U. H. MINER’S P arasok NEW Styles, a t U- H. MINER S. COLLARS, Laces. Gloves, New Styles Fringes and Trimmings, at U. H. MINER'S. Ladies T? hite Cotton Hose, -O X i> ¥ 4Mght -eo n ts^pei»r-<^t atssrar*- U. H, MINER’S. Where may be found 'he various kinda of Cloths and Trimmings necessary for the fitting out of G ENTLEM EN and BOYS, with any Garments jn our line of business, and all f^arments will be Warranted to Give Satisfaettm. ^ j ^ t of .Goo^ in either linejpjJ^our bus- LADIE8 TRAVELING BASKETS, AND Bags, a t U H MINER’S NEW EXTENSION SKIRTS, D IFFER ENT sizes, the most perfect thiogs of the kind, at U. H. MINER’S. READY MADE CLOTHING, ' A large Stock of the most Approved Fashions , of the best materials, and warranted equal to custom made, cheap, a t U. H. MINER’S. Gents Fumisliing Goods, OF all kinds and prices a t U. H. MINER’S. BROADCLOTHS, CASSIMERES, and Vestings, at U. H. MINER’S. Hats and Caps, CROCKERY, Hardware and Glassware, a t U. H. MINER’S. F u r n i t a r e , A Large assortment, consisting, in^ part of Tables, Sofas, Lounges, Chairs, Bedsteads, Stands, Btureaus, &C-, at U. H. MINER’S. CARPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, Matting, Mattrvsses, &c., at U. H. MINER’S. a t P A P E R n A N G i n c i s . WINDOW CURTAINS, and Fixtures, U. H. MINER’S. Y A N K E E N 0 T I 0 N 8 , TOYS, &C., a t U. H. MINER’S. ClotUng, €totliing! HERmN& DIETZ. Ha v i n g just returned fh>m New York with a full and &esh stock of Spring and Summer Goods, would call the attention of their nomerous patrons, to their complete assortment of RMDY MADE GLOW » AMD ALSO TO THBIK FULL ABSOBtKK^ 0^' FornishiBg Ooods, JTogether with their large stock of J3roaddoths, £assimeres, Satinets and all kinds of Summer wear cloths, for men and boys, which will be sold in patterns or by the yard, m quantities to suit customers. HERMAN & prEfZ would also call attention to their new, and general assortment of B A T S A N D C A P S , Boots Shoes, etc. All of which will be sold at R E A S O N A B L E P R I C E S ! Connected with the above is a lEBGHANT TAIlORINIi ESTABLISHMENT and examine our stock- ^ The business of the Estabhshment will be conducted in an honorable manner and with a desire to satfify ihose who may favor us with their custom. A HERMAN, J. P. DIETZ. Falls Village, May 20,1868. 22tf M R S . R O G E R S . LA T E ST S T Y L E S ! ! SPR1N& AND SUMMER M I L L I N E R Y G O O D S ! — T H E— L a rg e st Stock E v e r Offered In FALLS VILLAGE. EVERT description of Bonnets, and Millinery Goods is for sale by Mrs. Bogcrs. She has selected her own goods, and has procured the best in the market, and no# offers her customers the best assortment in the , i s r to select from. She invites the ladies of this Village and vicinity, to call and examine before pur- ,tjhasing elsewhere, as she is sure she can suit them in style and price. Bonnets cleaned and altered to any style desired. Thankful forrthe patronage of the past season she hopes for a continuance of the N. .B.—Bonnets sent to the city and blaached for less than ever offered ia Falls Vilh^se. 19tf HARDWARE. W" A..CROWELL, Manufacturer and dealer in Hardware, a t Lime-Rock, Ct., has ting Hinges, Ac. lioor opnngs, lyonee juiua, Quilt Frame Clasps. Wagon Jacks, Cylinder Spring Baluices, and Steelyards weighing from 1 oz. to 600 poun^, sealed and warranted to weigh positiv e^ comet. Also, he has 'connected with his establishment a MACHINE SHOP, Where all kinds of lari, . ^ . will be neatly, promptly and economical! y done to order. Large Lathes, 16 feet between centers, for taming shafts, cutting screws, dcci Large Borin. and Turning Machines with 8 feet swing, for turn-ing- puUeys, Ac. Laige 'Planers, with upright Drilla, and a va’riety c^«mall lathes and drills, suitable for all kinds of work in constant operation. Also, aU kinds'.f castings furnished to order. All sizes of Spur, -Bevel, Mitfe, Mortise and Spiral Gear. All sizes aa^widtb i^ ftice cast pnl-leysv machine castings, Mill Work, &c., &o. also manufactures MUSIC SCHOOL' THE Subscriber will open a Music Boarding School,for Young Ladies, at North Canaan, near the depot, on the 10th inst. The theoi^ and pactice of Vocal music; thorough Bass, Pian o fo rte^d Melodeon, will l>e taught in the most tnorongh and scientific manner. Instruments of superior quality will be furnished to give each, means for daily practice, as many-hours as the interest of the pupil demands. The health, cfomfort and morals of the pupils will be duly attended to. A pleasant home provided. The Subscriber being well known in this community as a teacher, he need only say, this school shall be equal in its arrangements and results to any other. Pupils admitted at any time, for one qaarter, or for alonger term. Lessons in all the departments of music required will be given daily. Instruction given to those who reside in the vi' cinity on reasonable terms. Further particulars and references given on application. m a S 8 o Per year $200 Per year $100 PIAHfOFORTES, MELODEONS, Music and Music Books. F O R S A L E F O R C A S H y — OB — A P P R O V E D C R E D I T . Fifteen years experience in teaching music in city and country, selecting, toning and repairing Pianofortes and Melodeons, enables him to judge cwren^y, ^ e q u a lity o f tones and mechajiismof instruments Having made arrangements to be snnplied with the first quality by honorable men, he will sell on the most nonoraole an a liberal terms. Saving f i th e purchaser not only a large per cent, but insuit - lagm all cases perfect instruments. Gome and see. T. G. U. FISK. CANAAN, June 2, 1868. 3w23 Unth board, per Quarter, $60i Without iward “ $25. A WORD TO THE LADIES! I Yon can now find at M R S . F . M. G L IM ’S A new and very select assortment of M I L L I N E R Y I ! of the latest and best styles Fine Straws with Capes, Chip Hats, Fiorence Brades, Ladies Ridi*g E kts, Mixed Nejiolitans, Colored Bloomers, SSidktr Hoods, ^ c . Dress Caps, also a great variety of Silk and Ribbon Hats. Those beautiful Equestrian hats for Misses. Fringed lUbbons, and ^ t Trimmings of every style *, which will be sold at the lowest prices. Cheap Hats, at 25 cents. Please call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. HATS sent to the c i^ to be-Bleached and press* edfor25 cents- Nepolitaiis and all other Brades dressed in the best ^ l e for the sm^l sum of 25 ^ c i^ f o r 'dlfarfli^t#, find them at Mrs. F. M. Olin’s, a few doors East of the church. Fall 8 Village, A pril 30tb, 1868. 18tf B L A C K S M I T H I N O — ^AND— C a r r ia g e M a k in g Th e Subscriber would inform the public, tha* he has constantly employed a t his shops near AmesviUe, Falls Village, ,Ct., superior workmen, both as Blac^miths, Carriage Makers and Paint ter3, and that all orders for work will be pi’omptiy attended to and faithfully executed, all in want of work in either of the above departments, are h> vitedto call. E. P . NOTT. July 7.185.'’ & 0 ( 1 . , WEST CO^WALL, —AJfD— H£RT BROTHEBS & CO., WEST GOSHEN, Are now receiving their Sp*ing stoek.of foodf and ollbr for sde SOO Ba&beli Clerer atfdTinotliy 8e«L Si))l Saeks CaUle and Dary Salt. Toiu Plaiter,groiud or ii fie StMe; Also a general Stodc of DRY GOODS AND i lE S ] And all articleduSniUly kept In country storesiuid moM' too. Offfextecsivb purchases, enables* ns to boy a t very low figures and to seB ait eorrespondingly low pricsB. C ua. ah v Sxa=. tf l6 TAKENOnCE. AU those 111 want of a . n . D O D L E T ’ S D I A G O N A L Road Scraper, (Which is the mo?t rimple in construction and ths best ever made or used) can be aecoBMMdiMI I7 calling upon. O . M . B R T N T O N , Falls Village, Ct., who is agent fbr thte vidnity. References as to thehr superiority over any o w r •ver used can be made to Gov. Holley, F. J&. Wal* ton, Henry Walton, 0 . S. Green, £ . P . Hoot, and others who have used them. Falls Village. Afay 20, 1868. iwM P R O S P E C T U S O P THE GOLDEN PRIZE. The Golden Prize. . The Ciolden Prize. The Golden Prize. The Golden Prize. The Golden Prize. The G'dden Prize, The Golden Prize. The Golden Prize. The Goiden Prize. * The Golden Prize. ILLUSTRATED! ILLUSTRATU.D!! Illustrated Every Week. Illustrated Every Week. Illustrated Every Week. Elustrated Every Week. Illustrated Every Week. A^Spedmen Copies Sent Free. '-'Specimen Copies Sent Free. Specimen Cc^ies Sent Free. T H E G O L D B N P R J Z E fL L U S T R A T E j) ! I L L U S tR A T E D ! ! The New York Golden Prize is one of the largest and best literary papers of the day. An Imperial Quaito containingeittht pages, or forty columns of and small Machine^ ' entertaining origi nal m a tte r: and elegantly illus- ■ t^ated every w**«k. Books and Stationery, AT U. H. H IN EB 'S. WATER WBEELS of the most approved kind<»^innBe, of cast iron, for Sawmills, Gristmills, Machine snopsrdcc., and put them in a t the lowest prices, and werrant them to be unsurpassed, as each will be particularly adapted to the use required and give the best per cent <rf water, ^pe rienc ed Millwrlghte will be employed to put in and a ^ n s t the wheels in running order, and do a ll otixer work required. Lhne Rock. Ct.. Nov. 7.1867. Iy44 T A B L I N G S , SHEETINGS, and ShirtinM, at U. H. MINER’S. G R O G B R I I i S ^ Lead, Paints, Oils. Yarniihw, F L O O R , Purk. Naiis, &o . at U. fi. MINER'S. A la ^ a r aasottineDl of artipwi than is ia s a a llj foosd in a e o v o t r j fa t sale loSSAP for CASH, jor BEApT PAT, a t aitf. 0 .H . MINER’S, Premiiim Razm E , L . DEWSNAP, B A Z a S X A K E B A N D C U tL E B WEST CORNWALL. C O W . E. L. Dewsnap, has Basora for sale a t prices to suit the “Times,” in every styfcs and of tne best qui^iy, which only nee^ be seen to be a to ir - ed—used to be approved. Premiums were awarded to E; L. Dewsctii)^, s t the Litdiffelff Qpunty Agricultural Pair in 8ep«»m-b e ran d a t the CvnneotioQt Agri^alttuml Sooety, Siate ^ i r , held at Bridgeport, Oct. 20,1857 A loorth from fifty cents to five hundred TUtllars in gold, will be presetted to each subscriber immediately on receipt of the Subscription money. TERMS. One copy for one year, . . . . .$2 00, and 1 gift. One copy for two years,........ 3 50, and 2 gifts. Oae copy for three years,.. . 5 00, and 3 c^fts. One copy for five ye a rs ,.... 800, and 6 gifts. ANX> TO CIrUBS. Three'copiea one year,........ $5 00, and 3 gifls. Five copies one yeai......... 8 GO, and 5 gifts. Ten copies one year,— .'. 15 OO, and 10 gifts. Twenty-one copies I y ^ , 30 Ou, aa4 21 gifts, th e articles to be distributed are comprised in the following list 7PadsagiBso( Gold, containing.... $600 00 each 6 do do do . . . . noooeaoh 10 do . do do . . . . 10000each 10 Pat. lever hnnt’g.cased Watches. IOC 00 each 20 Gold Watdies,............. 7500each 60 da .......................... '............ eoroeach 100 do ........................ .... 60 09 each 300 Ladies Gk>ll W a tc h ^ ,..... . . . . . 35 Wench 300 Silver Huntiyg Cased Watohes,'. 30 00 each 500Silver W a t te s ,............... ....$ 1 0 t o 26et#h 1000 Gold Goa|rd, yest&Fob nhains lOtoSfiMch Gold Lockets, B r a « ^ , Bioaehe8, Bar Dropn, Rreask Pins, CnfTIMns, Sleeve Bnttanr, Btags, Shirt Studs, Watch Keys, Gold and Silver Thim^ Ues and variety of other articles/ worth flnm 09 cents to $150(1 eac^. . . i Immediatttly on rceeint of the sabscrihfiton mon? eyi the sabseribm dame witl b6 entereif upon 4>«r si^rifUJon^book oppoait^a sndihe gift colnrespon" ^ h l i i ,prwii ^ m M i S. D. & l . V. SWTIi, Manufaotubes ot MbLODEONS ORGAN M tU ID EO N S . AHD ^ s * 8 ^ w e t « s t e i r . T h e F i r s t P rem iom o v e r a ll o om p e tito r tt at the F air of the Massachusetts Charitable MediAB' ic Aasoeiation, of the Notional Fair, W a s h in c ^ , D. C., also at the Ohio State Fair,h«ld atCouun* bus, 0 . was awarded to tiie Miuiu&etmfes. By means of a newmelhod of Voicing, known only to themselves, they have succeedeabi h anh and buzzing sovad which formerly oharaAterized the instrument, and rendered the tones full, ctear and organ like. The aoti<m is promat aad reliable, enabling the performer to execute the most ra ^ d music without bluring the tones. The swell ia Ir* ranged to give great expression. THE PEDIL iUSS HELODEONS, Are designed particularly for Churches, Lodges, Halls, &c. I t is arranged with two manaA or bank keys/ the lower set running an octave higher than the other, and may be n^ed sepanrteW, and thus get in one case two distinct instmmenta; or, by use of ihe coupler, the two banks of keys may be played a t the same time by use of the flrtat set only. This connected with the Pedal Basa, will produce the effect of a large organ, and is snfleient-ly heavy to fill a house that seats £nm 1000 to l&OO persons. THE ORGAN MELODEON Is designed for parlor and private use. The tan* struction is similar to the Church Instrument, be ing arranged with two banks of Keys, and when used together, by means of the canjuer, is capahla of as great volume of power as the Church instta* ment, when used without the JPedals. ; Also, ever} variety ot Melodeons for Parior naa. Purchasers may rely upon instramcnta flraaa enr Manufactory, being made in the meet comyletftyd throuf h manner. Having removed to the M a e im buildings, 511 Washington S tre e t; We l«a»t tiesfor manufacturing purposes^md employ, none but the most expeienced and skillal wwhlMB > In short, we will promise our customers and I strument equal if not superior to any Kanaiactnr and guarantee entire and perfect satislkctioa. Muaic Teachers, Leaders of (;hoirs, and othera interested in musical matters, are respectfUly imvi* ted to visit our Roooms at any time and examine or test the instruments on exhibition foi* sale a t tteix Measure. As a still fhrther guarantee to thapol^o as to the excellence of the Meloderas fhm our Hanufactory, we i>eg leave to reftar by p e n ^ i a ^ , te the following Piano Forte Manu&ctorera of Bba* ton, who have examined our Instramenta aad « 8 I aive their opinion when called upon: • Chichering ft Son; William Pi EtfeennsHPto. en s i Hallet ft Oumston; Brown ft A Q » ; W jjf r wart ft Brown; T. Gilbert ft Co.; A. W .Im s Jb C o.; Newhall f t Co. ^ MELODEONS , Persona who, wish to hire Melodeona with- a" view of ptachasfag a t the end of th e y y r , eaa tev a the ren* credited as part pa raemtof money. This matter la worthy of s g a ^ m it enables tiioaa who desire a ImIi b-ments b e fo re .p u rch ^ ^ , to i t at tiw em pdnse of the m an u flic tfte r* ,< » ^ « ile a tM M llt • ^'^rders from any part of the cnontiy ............... ... .......... in BoatM. P iie e Uflfe.* " )11 leg, 4,1-2octava.. . . . , . . . . . ^ Ciano style, & octave.. Plano Style, extra finidi, SbeiaOT.*.***... .• t t t Plano style, carved n i J ^ o s ty le , % W IS O rn nM e lo aM i;u tn r BiMe«*»»«»........ asgsr- 48 4,Xoftit^Mldliqr. late Fair, 20,1857, ape«4awt ewi«»ee»t6 ee. AgaiUa waaMd. N B. All kinos of Cutfery. Accordfioas, L0«l6s , ' • gyi* Clocks ftc., repaired. 83^
|Uniform Title||Independent (Falls Village, Conn.)|
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Tolume 1. FALI^ VILLAGE, CfflW., WlDNESBAt JXJNE 16, 1888 Number HI.
B i t 9h te 00 C a r d s .
W i l e s , S e p r s . &c..
yO.68 WATER STBEEB. NEW TOR^
Amokiw D. Clabc,
John L. Stbkit.
H iB . Buiteater sttection paid to the orders o
lanlT ow a Ajcentt. U jl
has rented the Mills at Ariiley
. md is prepared to do all kinos of
. ^ aM«t mvoraUe terms.
rattmtioB will be paid to custom work.
■ it feed and com will be kept con*
Nl*iid thellrstand second best qoal-
Floar will be warranted and can be
JOHN M. MILLEN.
dMy«r Falls. Avril 11.18M. 6ml6
8E 1TTAL NOTICE !
OR. J. S. SMITH
•g n r ODM> MspectftaiT inform his friends and
patrons in Falls villas* vicinity, that
lialbM again established himadf at hisfonner resi-i
^ r e lie will be hapff to see any who may
iM te lds ^mfes^alserTiMB. HaTine spent the
fMk maria New York, he is able to farnuh bis
^rtth all tlie ktest -impi orements in the
ThadEM for past brors, In hopes to merit a
M ia Taia«e,May 1,1858. 19tf
— A N D —
Cteorse W. P e e t,
a m m u i c t r a m u t » u w , m
r M L S r t L L d O B , C d H A A N , C O N N
OSee next door to the Iron Bank. [6
JOHJV G. R E I D ,
A ttorn ey ft Counselor a t liaw ,
KENT. CONNECTICUT. 12yl
C9aver, T im othy & Red-Top Seed.
jnOST BeoeifedMd for sale, at astonishingly low
I S p * ^ 8C0VILL, GREEN A Co.
VUkfe.Xareh 3 6 .1S58.
Fko sph f t t® of Lime!
best lisrtiUaers in use, is particularly
t^ '« 4 a v ta d to Garden V^tables, Tobacco,
Coin, aad Oats. For sale by
8C0VI. LE, GREEN & CO.
Ittf Agents for Manufacturers.
F a lliY illa fe ,llw ch 36.18&8.
M A C H IN E R Y
OF all kinds and Mill gearings. Shafting, &c
JIaaafactured and fitted up in the best stylt
iwsoeatile terms, and at short notice by the
6kf empire CO., Nobpole,Conn.
A Full Assortment oj
PHELPS, THOMPSON’^, & HULL’iS
S 8 S 3 o
C o u tu itlj on hand a t the Drug Store of
€ B. MALTBIE & CO
P A T T E R S O N *8
B I T T E K A P P X . K .
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