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'I ir .! Uy uvr it ii-t i rent t !. il.s'a "if i! !f . r .. r.5) !ti;i ." tr, ! : ' !,;.' j-.!(-J f'.r f.f 4-s-) i If !..;!, 1.4 Ituit, if th n pr. -;-'-i ;.t i!.- t. rr.t ai.ii! u.i-w; f t-f Y;i .) I -i ;; 5. ;J t.'t.eiy: V r w i j iii'ly gr- oiiul! l. i.' taste and t.t!,t if"-!' i.!!J(f ti'.tion are .fic,r f ii-.trrJ j;i t!,,l t ui- I.' ft. k! t .( 1 t! 1- i .'.. ii: C lj ' ' inU reMd Hi tb p J -; 1 i'i Mina . ijutrjv ;'( aii.l spting. X :! ttandmg iat ..ir i the great r-j t-i - Lty i this "UIp, ;,'(.!. ut ap r ' i. pnbiulel tLriv 'I! - t:: iix'u::ui..l .' iPlt Mtt, ;i!!;T Sar exitu-! c, that 11 l. t Mr t" itil sale J.n!iihf,' lt the am jiit of u dollar, ibey Lave never ! i;i"4 an an nod agiiv-iintal nirt f.r j r,lfti.a , . J ihe law whk!i i . ; Kp M 1 1 riii!f Hpuilural f if l! lie ievfnlr l pn r' .i-J. AH II i ' iiiiliH jtliMj ti -re i5p.P'mVi.I i o'K.fi i.-u)iuro far aHli u-j future Ui:i:i any oihrr, an 1 at a limi- wticn ?)tiii!:iife ejrrially i.p1 f,-(-r- in.jrc.it. iMf Ui it n i-emM ol d. lit i , . e . . llifre fliMii 1 Ik- it ti kliiteni-t'.t of lt.!ri-'! S i i -ful i.-ri.-uliorp. 0 the e,.i.lmry, Uit re i t: o ! of ,.!((-1 xi t iiaii 1.-! eaiii'i: ; I itu ii.- fiil ti ji (!e Uol.iirm ill war. P:irlV I' ll !i.'.ii.l!nl II.-II l.me b.lp.ujv - l-lt tlul S!;e I'V -iili.iii.eni. cr uUitit o- e lliirtie'.h of tl.f iiitli-p ii!;u!..linii. Of .oji. !;u-p (.loj-iiioii of ll,.-p 1,p!.v. i to (he yeamatirv, m.d il will U.ke lime to fll their places withotlnT lalx-rt r. About ! Mt Iww a men, hare !., U.,. j lalcn for army purpose. Wool, one of the gn at itapl. ol thi state, ronliimcs ! in demand beyond the lupj-lr. lVobablv I w.c-thhd mo.e wool, twenty Time , wa.'v ' LWter arc noin out and d.-.tioyed jj, war, a in the pca.-eful aiocatiou of life, i If this U v, lalwr will inevitably be dvar. ! hor-i' nirce, and woolhieh for yerti tj vnBe. "I'lid rwolr .!! t grontpr pcoiio my in htlor, and a greater pro Juet of hows lind f-hee;), l.stbor-saxing timrhir.ery euiuoto iRehirinerV aid. mid the ihoti.-and of hilli in Vei'i.ioul will fwurm with flock and herd.', l'rodtii'tioii will pay, the j.tiU lic 'Jitiiid he iiligliietied, and farming I.e. i-oiiio proiifidd's. JsVithcraricnl'.ure how eer, nor tiny olhei btioiiicn, ever can reach it hiheU jrojierity without educational facilitici. i'hy farmer's club, the iiricnl iural ocicty,thenew?paper,lheteit bonk, the college, are but o many intruiiietit.'" ta he uced in fecurinj; the desired end. We are happy to add that Vermont, through her representative, Jlon. Ju.tin S. ALini), i. endeavoring to secure national aid to Mule agricultural .tehool.i, ty the donation of government land?. JIow can the foun dation of government be better Flrenj;th eaed? Thfi i.ett Slate fair is fixed at i'lUthind, on the 1Mb, lUih. lltli, and 12th of September, to be accompanied by a "mooi giwwtr convention." Spriwjj'thl Ji'jiuL'iam. l'owt. Manvri:. No manure obtained by tin' fanner i as Talunble as the ma- -nine from the pultry house. Of thi there ii no question, and yet w e can hard ly answer the question, "In what way it it be.-t to use it i" 'I'UU mantu e i made only in jmall quantities, and it may be that, a a general thing, much of it U waited. It may Le thrown with other manure, muck and refute on the compot heap, but our plan i to save it for special puipojes. mid we generally use it in the vegetable garden, w here it is not only val- liable, but exceedingly convenient. When dry, il may be own with onion or other seed in the thills, at planting-time, mid four or five rmarl put into u barrel ol water makes a most superb liquid manure for any bed of young plants that need stimulating. In this lorm we tibe it for cur melon and cucumbers, as soon ns they appear above giuund, to put them out of the way of the " bugs," and on Led ff cabbage, cauliflower plants, itc, for the same purpose. Celery plants, alter being set out in lbs trenches, may be hurried up amazingly ly Ui:ig watered two or three limes a week with ibis liquid food. If j magnificent sweet com is wanted, half a i niiil of the dry hen dung, finely scattered . in aoJt biil, svid give it, and no mistake, If you have been able to grow only hard, liot. wormy radishes, next sjiring sow the seed in yery shallow dribs, (not too earlr) , , , , . .' 7 ' io a warm, sheliered place, then cover the bed wub a thin dressing of coal ashes, and water with the liquid hen manure each ! ternate aight, and if the sea-ion is as fa toiable as ordinary, you will have no , pause to repent ihc trial. A little char coal dut is belter than coal ashes. Jarr; ; JS'tic- Yorker. lUtstsu Calms. My method of ra's-' ingcnlves agrees in the' main wiih that j ot' Mr Ihusitt, as given in the Farmrr fr March I. In some particular-, however. ; k differs, tnd, quite r.aturally, I think it j differs for th Letter. In common with many other farmer in this ricinity, I be- j gin to give the calf Lay tea as soon a? he ; Uas well learned to dunk. This tea i4 ) mg ner lormer position, rotating tier an- ad ly pouring boiling water on c!ot r j ciei,t -"ptre as Queen f the Aiitilles.will j herds grass, and leliing it steep without ' a Formal denial, mo.st eloquent and pe-j tU:ui boiling... Il is very nutritious, digrs is : r.-mplory, against those detractors of ourj t,;iy, iui4 iu a short time the caif comes rtrt who contest oar desire and ability to j to l.ke it quite a we'd as indk, if not bet- ) attain a high degree of civilization. I ter. I bfgia to give them about a pint a j day mixed witU tUir milk, and as they The Boston CongrrrintionaUst vouches ! f row old r the proportion of ta lo milk ; for the truth of the following story : - A j i increased. i Christian gentleman was released from j It seem tome injudicious lofeedwh A; Fort Warren hut week, and called at the ft.u to a esl! ' weeks old. lie tamint Tract House on his way to his home in j clisw tLrai tiilScieatly to make them di-', Virghra. Ia the course of conversation, : g.-s!ib!e, and it will be b und on exatninn. . be mentioned ilmi Mr. Slidell aj pr.ja bed tarn that they pa througli him nearly cr him aie day, saying : Mr. , how quite uneiiungeJ. I never give ( sit to a is it that you never drink or smoke ? and "IF I'" lv dut with mi.k, nor do I 1 t,wiiee that jou never swear. Why do': osertpH with oat tael or corn mel. u:i- you t i t swear V ' Oh ; Mr. , i less it I firs! coArd. C.t tneA i pre- 4 I have enough to make me humble witb- f. raldc to ivni; corn itieal is t heavy ; ont adding that evit' 4 Well,' sid Mr.1 fool for cJ, tlcif tin very siiiall quau-'Siidell, 'tm don t know how good it is Vi- i . ". .. I - ii.tn'jii, Oretrry, H -If-mrs i, 1662- : i J'l : f f - S.raw bne do : !! : '.u dir. bt.t hp a.-1. On It j t t t---. . r f drv, sl.fv m !J .fn j . !1, ..f nrr fi'fu three werls M " '. i rr t . 'l ie i ,;. tit i.: t w,;l d w ii on !rv, rh h i .,! V. W ro-t ! 'i this a Uiprt are o'lcn sw! sp,u in .! grdt i; whwdi i( i;. !l to fr:.i r n-. fid. ,'rrrirrrV ' I ' K i.' IH i.-, I, ?r. (.. ix.-i'i 'n an J ( ,i Lt trie lpUPr t';-rc. I.. ;;.,. r j l-Tr.t-ii, tl i v Ik,i!1 Lp ! .ii it iii'.y lo l'.p I.ntit- i Vi.ij io-v tiie ft'l, tif CyurP, bul Ji.U ( sd t.Mn cr.p for iipt j-ur. If Jxa J-ai? l!f cuiip I..og t-rvi!f;ii la l"r, il t?p ihe old j cruji T'u n r i;p! fiKii .Vccrr fxjr( ny- ti Iftr thf :ir nl)rr trautiJuiitiny It ii tiivrliy tit t ?tf -jft.c ol the In-iur- h !i!i ti' !!.p 1 1 cv. lira i iltal Lite bprotnj wtk frx.m n'p mv J.p i, su-wrd lr Ixypriug tluwn LrM.rti n-iiic it- t j'ltt uinl'-r (lie ur(a.p, mi-l i!cn cut m, it that one jpioJ eve only be H't t lh- urftce of (he roil, , Yanckt. The n irt-a caniurtj of" v I t our IiIih WmiIiiij fleet i naw J , e I nn l11 f-!s,- L.T hl I'O"" li'eriiiH-e i" N' O.k-atis. where lie deli v red a M (.c.i on jtiiol Jlarcii. uie luauw- i I mi. ; yi,o;-! cfwiiiVliajipeari in the Hunts- ville, (Ala.) AJvjratt of tiie T.hli : --Mr. Win y n dea.ledly oi the opinion tl,;it '" SauiU h no fnciui mi Lun-pe, "d tli',t Nurli' 19 ' liu,lar C""dnoti. He My lliei U vry Mrong prejudn.p ' l'I' ull' 1,1 w- fHu,"'"cc of f 'oneous itnpi esiion u Inch ff erads in reierrnee to th institution ot "lavf rJ- 'Ihcre 1,re ,uu" persona in Europe w ha collider the Southern peop.e M-iui-civilutrd, and bel.ee that negroes "rc-Tatucl upon the plan that stock u. I here is i t) ui-po.Mtion to mteriere in A nierlrr.'i wfValr. The blockade enables the British holders cf (lie great staple (cotton) to realize an immense advance tqon its cost, in conse quence of the sc arcity of the article. The holder are the wealthy few, who have the ear of the (Jovcniment. Another reason fur not interfering with the blockade, was the belief that the scarcity of the article, and the remote prospect of obtaining a upply from (hit country would create such demand fur the East India cottan at to increase its culture to a very consider able extent. Another reason, in Mr. Yancey's opin ion, why European power will not in terfere in American affairs, i the hope and belief that a permanent dissolution of the United Slates will weaken a nation of w ho.;e prosperity and greatness they had become jealous. They hope to see the war protracted until both divisions are involved in ruinous debt, and hang over them like an incubus for years to come. lie intlii t s to the opinion that England and France would sooner interfere to pre vent a reconstruction of the Union than for any other purpose. And he believes that unless their starling operatives, en gaged in the manufacture of cotton fab rics, compel them to interfere, they will stand aloof until they sec the So:ith ii about to conquer its independence or fail in the attempt, lie has no hope of the recognition of the Confederate States bv cither of tl.c.-e powers until the oeeui reueecfone of these events. In view of thce f.ieti, Mr. Yancey is of opinion that we might as well recall our commission ers from Europe, and await the action of foreign powers wait until they propose negotiation and recognition." An Invitation kkom Hayti to coi. OUicd Americans. rresident Gefl'rard of Haiti, who is a man of much ability and' energy, and will make something of Hayti, if anybody can, has issued the follow ing invitation to the colored peoplu of the United States to tmignte to that Island : Ilayti will soon regain her ancient ( ss ! ndur. This marvellous soil that our j Fathers, ble.s.'ed by God, conquered for us, '' '" ydd to us the wealth now hid den in its boom. Let our black and ycl- low bieihien, scattered through the An- tiilu, and North and Smith Ainer- i') hasten to ca-ctcrate with us in restoring the glory ol the Kepublic. Jlavn - .1 ...... r .1 it i U the common country of the black race Our ancestors, in taking possession of it, were careful to announce in the constitution 1 that they published, that all the decend;inls j of Afr .'wins, and of ihc inhabitants of the j YYe.it Indies, belong by right to the I lay ti- i an family. The idea was grand and gen- J e rou. Listen, then, all ye negroes and j niu!uttoe3 Mil, in the vast continent ofi America, su!!'r from the prejudices ofi cs - ",e Tiie IiepubSic calls you; she in-j J'0!1 Vriug to her your arms and j Jur uind. The regenerating work that j she undertakes interests all colored people I ii!d the'r deseendanis.no matter what their ; descendants, no matter w hat their origin or wl're their place of birth. Hayti, regain- koiueiiues. i a:r:se you to try it, it is a great rtli.f to me.'" ;). ilotrl fr.ru. A Ml.lt man not u, TP.OY, N. Y., riK Tlliutt ivy ttLtoS trill". I.ti U s w r.H.iiT. rKj TKUr. l I Hn-(r J ii M.'.:rr. i - ni.MiiAL iiot si;, JitAHlltC ItAltr'UI SfATKiS, 1U TEAM), YT. W. V. Lankon, Proprietor. l it AN k I. I V llOTht., m.au tin. fi i:r iiocm:, MAIN SI'KKET, UL1I.AM), VT. Iks C. To rut, l'mpiieior. jur' en.sl fn- to ai fiuin lUe csrt. , UAKi)Ui:i.l, iioisi;. Bt e. ro.-n t u dwkk, NfAR T1IK It A 1 L It O A I STATION, HUTLAND, VT. LAKi: AIHIIN hoisi:, Wclla, Veimonl. M Kt'.KITT LKWIS, I'a.n sifToa. riMlLS U'lL'Sli 1ih Uxn recently built for the X aecnim.'.Uiitiu tf tte viiting Luke Ajtin or Well'. Poi.il. t!w.t accotnniutations fi.r litr". A Euml.tr of n.i'.l and row Uuls atwnjs iu readU Diss fur the use cf gueuts. Till: AMi;ilKlN HOTEL, lit i!t i.NfiTux, Vt. t PIUS lonj pstablWlifl and f!l known I!ous 1 ban been uvwly fitteJ up; tiie Utef couven-im-f lnvf l'ii ml till, litis Hutu issitUiiteil in tlit centre cf Ibe busings jmrt of liietoii,im.l eoiiiiiKiirls n fimA jxtesncct ol Lnks ('iiniiiplaiii. Fioiii tiie leng cxjicrifiicc in liotol Ueejiin, tiie pruprictur is cimfHciii tlint bis guests wilt always leei thi'Risclvcs at home. L. S. l)Ki:V, I'ropiieloi. FACTOHV 1'OINT HOTEL, FACTORY POINT, VT. s. r. Tii.iYr.it. rioiuiHor. I rea t uriinge to and from the Ifc-pot. Miij'JS, 1SG1. THE EiLT NOX IIOISE, Or.N rr.oa Jcnkto liKcrsnu n, ion ptiiMiKEXT UK TRANSIENT TIsnOKS. Tins llcnsc, liaviiig been recently cnliirgdl, is now the ii ost ci'innioUiousia thetStntc, m.ii is fur nishcl nitb tlx latest comforts nud couvcuienccs. VANHEULIP'S HOTEL. f IMIIS Ions established hotel still continues open X. for the accommodation of the traveling pub lit. Particular attention given to boarders from abroad during the summer months. The public patronage hitherto liberally extended is respect fully solicited. E. M. VANlJi:iii.!l Proprietor. Mancuutcb, Mt 2fl, l8ol. I, on SALE AT THE liULT. STOUK : ' Llr. Ing inr Nervine Pain Kxlrtu tor Mar chi! I'teiiiiC ("ntliolioi n Sewing .Machine Oil li iy Water t'chigne by the Qnutt.l'intor bot tle Potash Thcriuouictt rs. C II . WALK K K licaler ia Tin, Copper, C.lttss llrass and Jii:iuit-1 W ares ol nil lln1. Alto keeps const'intly on hand a good assortment of PAR LOR AM) COIIK STOVES, Hollow Ware and Sleigh Shoes. ill kiais c! Mi lim in tcbrp. Job Work of ul I kinils done willi nealncss a tut ilbpntrli. Particular attention is invited to tlx llotue t'otiifort Siiiniucr V Winirr COOK'IXG STOVES, And to the Armstrong Washing Machine. Manchester, Dec. 10, 1801. Iy2 The Oukcu Curkcl that lliiiis in llie Well,'' k i: v i v i: i). VEKDEK'S HVIMMl LATOC, OK WATER DRAWER.! Apply to V M. BSOWJiSO, & CO, .Buiifkfshr, I'KOre.IKTdliS FO.t m:M to t o i; t y. I Liet of Patent Medicines for 1 AT TUB DRUG STOSIE. DR. II. 1. AlUn's Tonic Bitters, Lung 11 sim, lliicurmitic and Xerve ltetnedy, I'yu'.s tery Syrup, Billions Pills. l)r. Seth Arnoli's Sugar Coated Pills, Coiih Killer, Balsam. Dr. K. Viia's Aiagio Ointment, Liniment, Coup's Balsam. Dr. Jayues' I xpcctoriuit, Liniment, Alterative, Vermifuge, Saniiivg Pills, Hair Tonit, (armiunativc. IlumievH'!!' 'lolu Anoilyne, Ciiivcini! Cough P.etiiedy. M-tl's Vejetahls Liier Pills ; Dr. Henick's Sujar t osted Pills ; Dr. Baker't Pills ; Ayre's Pilis ; Brandreth's Pills; Dr. A. tV kite's Lye Writer; Docior Is.mo Tbouipiion's l ye W'mer ; Dr. J. Pettit's American Lye Sjl-t ; Stotihtoa Bitters; Latigley's liittei; N. II. Down't Yege t ille Llixir; Weeks' Mag'.c Cenif cund; Br. Wil cox's Pulmonary or Cough Balsam; Brown's Bronchia! Troches; Composition or Di iphorttit Powder; Hot Drops or No, (j; Godfrey' 1 oidiul; BaU-iii iB's Dif ps; Mrs. Winslovi 's Suothin Sy. rup; Qnerus Cod Liver ; J)r. Wm. llall't Balsam for (he Lung; Scoville's Blood tnd Liv er Syrup; Pandcrson's Condition Powders; Ilsr veli'e Condition Powders; Humphrey's Ointrrxnt; (bros Golden Ointment; Henry's Vermont Liuiment ; Peruvian Syrup ; Mexican Mustang Liniment; Grifhtb's Plasters; Ilerrick'sPUslers; Liquid Cuticle; Liquid Opodeldoc; JonnsMhit coiub't Remedy for the Asthma ; British Oil ; Sediiti Ponders ; Parsons' Vermin sud Insect Exterminator; H'surepan Salt Kheum lieniedy ; Bairn of Zanthorea; P.exford's Medicated Ginger Bread Nuts; Lobelia Herb; J. J. Griffith's Com pound Syrup Briar I'.uot; Dr. Baker's Pain Pan nces; M.'untaiu Rse Frnjfrant Stimulant ; Cobb's Family Salve ; tlrient.it IVoth Paste , Sliker Anodyne; Lyon's Kstliarion; Prof. Bnrry'sTri Copberous ; Prof. Motfs Hair Invijoratc.r; g.uldif.g'tCiue; Gren Mounlsin Cement; w it tar's Biils-un of W ild berry; Kenn ly s l.iitcev ery; Mm-shsll's Cut irrh SnutT: l'rufexr Elmer's Oir tmrr,t ; Doet. N. 0. White's Pu'motisry Elixir. Mjuchenier, Octobrr '1, 111. O T I C E ! Cash Paid for Hides. A. G. CLARK. Factokt Pcwt, Ktrv. $f, lJIK CAlilAL COLLEGE. ! llrjanf, M rail tm & . Albany Mercantile College, , ' li nisi IS oilll IVtlll I ! !, ! ALBANY, N. Y. : 11. 15. Ehtan r. .1. T. Cl KIMS, W. II. ClAUK. ! H. 1). Si4Ttis, Oi' oft h i p I Coi'n-L'p !ik-i(-1 at AiUur, ; New loi ii, I'tiilad.':;.!... tliiU..;.', t it vel.oi.1, lv. in-il, ( Siiv iS'i 4ii l Si. I.ui, Tr.y t.d ilixi klja. i Sitit.'jttliii pun .'h"l t piihef iml, ate ovd ' at all Ihrta'lrjff. fr anuiiiiunipj Unit. j THE COEI.E.CIATE CHUItsK 1 lai.tirci- Isolde and Single Kntry lt4-liei'i.iiijt, . rmiimrrcinl (Vmpautu-iif , I omiueivial L, ; I'l tmiioifhip, Uuiiu". lVrivspdneet I'.irlner , )iip Srit!emilil, eti., ttc, The Drparinipat of i;U keciiug ' sud Aocouuls, is org.tuijpd and conduete'l oil the Counting t'.'MHi Sieta; the Hallii leug titted up Willi atipiopriate d( "let, etc., and the "tudenl i introdiic'! at euro to ibe practical routine i f counting rooms generally. PRjnini riXT uooks. Although the instructions in the department of of Book-keeping niuil.fi om tnenMureof ihe stu.ly I given from rill en niiiiiii:ripl fnrms, Willi elaUrate oral mid black-board clu.-idaiioim, and lecture, yet gii-al tienelit may tedrived from tlm use of rehiibk' Uml of rt femice, while itnllic iM'.iort.Hit dtparttuent of Commercial Law they are indispensable. To meet Ibis iie;ciiy, Ihc fullowing Text l'.oi.ks have been prepared : BUY ft NT & STRATTOX-S COMMIIUCIAI. LAW, for Mevcuntilv Colleires and Academiei, Business Men and the Profession, hy Amu Peas, LL. 1)., Prof of Law in the University of Albany; published hv I". Appleion & Co., U:iatid41j u i v.- V.s.l. BUY A XT .t STUATTOX'S COM MLIUTAL CALCl'LATloXS.for Accountants. Business Men and Acidemies. BHYAXT & STRATTOX'S BOOK-KLLPIXG, in three editions : 1st, Primary edition, for Com mon Schools, I'.i'J paes; "d, lli'l School Kdilioii, for llih Schools and Academics, ""f piC'-si lid, Cuunting IIoUe edition, for Accountuuts mid Business Men, UOl) pnpecs (in press). Sl'KXCJdtlAX SYSTMM OF PENMANSHIP, ina serii-s of nino books, liy P. K Sin:scK; published by Ivii-on, Phinney & Co., nnd CO Walker Street, New York. Fur Cslulonue nnd Circular, or Information of nnv Laid, call t the College, or mid res. BRYANT, STltATTON & CO., 17 ALtiA.vy, N. y. FKEXCII&KIXGSLEY, Itl TLAM), YT., Dealers iu Mirrors, Spring Dcds, Mattress es, Oil Cloths, and a general stock of PARLOR FURNITURE. Also a NEW find COMPLETE stock of n..' '.'b' M ..- Etc., fiom Dosewofjd and Mnhogany, to tlx com mon Pine Collin, nl ready for nf. Particular nt tontioti pii 1 lo all oiilers receiicl from out of town. With a complete stock of BUILDERS' HA Ul) fl'.l II F., Iron, iStecl, Coal, G!as-, Wagon Axles, EJijdic f-'piing-, Carpenter's Tools, etc., etc. Gfft.ts Citt to Order. XT' Near the 'Depot. JL l'lcse give us a call when you come to town. 6 FRKXCU k KLNGSLKY. L O THING S T 0 11 E THE SUBSCRIBER keeps constantly ou hsnd a large and well selected assortment of KCAUY-IMUC I'LOTHI.XG, GEMS' ITR.NlSillaG GOODS, HITS, C.JPS, sad all kinds of goods ia tkis lite. Arrangements hsve been aisdt Ly ahich cus tomers can bt supplied nitli t'LSTU.H-.'H.xUE DBESS MATS, PINTS, WAIST IJ01TS, It., at the shortest notice, and nt low pr-c. S. A. MILLF.TT. Manchester, May 23, 1801. MOURNING GOODS Black Bombaiines, Black Satin Stripe Bouibuiines, very line Mohair Lustres, French Merinos, Rep'd Merinos, All Wool DtL.iines, plain m.d figure.1 Black Prints, plain and siik finished Black nnd Laven der Criuipcd Prints, Valencia., Shawls, &e., Ac. EQUINOX tsl'ORE. Maiiehestsr, Nov. II, lfclil. J JUT LEU Sc WHEELER, AKornnsaml Counsellors at Law. Jamaica, Vt. J. f.. liCTLKR. H. H. WHSKI.kR. IUNDSOME SILVER PLATED CASTORS and CAKE BASKETS. AT TIIE EQUINOX STORE. SILVER PLATED SPOONS AND FORES, A good Anhde. AT THE EQUINOX STORE. SCHOOL BOOKS, All kinds in us'- here. For saV at the equinox store cTuldIl WFtoys, A Large Assortment, At the DRUG STOKE. Di:ri:.M) upon ij YOU CAN HAVE I HOM $:l 10 $5 on rtn j $10 worth lf goods vou need by attending tut Great Annual Clearing-out Sale at tho EQUINOX MOKE. Call an I S.tTISt Y Vol KSI'.LY FS of ibis fel, all wt ak it au opportunity lo "livwy u theoodt. U. T. Ill'HI) Si CO. G LOVESi nd MITTENS. f0 dilVerent kimlt for Men, W'omeu sud ChildrtB, Io be cleared out eiy cheap. LA1HKS' and CIII LDUL'N'S Shoes, great variety selling oft chcip. MEN'S THICK HOOTS. superior crticle, worth fit.oO, now selling at 2.".T 1-2. Best double Calf Boots, worth f t ,f0 for fC,5U. Superior Rubber Boots, ff''!, &0. lluf fulo overshoes fl.Vi 1-2. 1 1 1: A V Y OVERCOATINGS, $t!0 quality at 62,f( per yd 2,.r.O " ' " , l,iK) " 1,0'.) M cents. 1TNE BROADCLOTHS, 5 60 goods at 2 W C A SSI ME RES, (il 60 quslity at 1 00 " 1125 "fc. VELVET KIlinONS, All widths, just received. KEROSENE LAMPS. Large lot, new styles, at half former prices. IsEST KEROSENE OIL TOR SALE. TEAS. TEAS. Superior quality, "! centt. SUGARS. All grades, good article nt 'J cis per lb, 10 lbs. very nice light colored sugar for J 1.00. LIVE GEESE FEATHERS In tmnll tsckt. TAULE CUTLERY and SILVER WARE, Ihikc sssortinent first qusl. ities, very cheap, call sud examine styles and prices. COOK'S AUGER BITS, All styles direst from manufacturers. FANCY GOODS. Great vaiietr. RICH VEST1NGS. Cheap at (t'1.70 now $1.00 per pnltern. R. T. HUKI) & CO. TRIPLE REMEDIES. i' 7 Cures Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchial Com plaints, and nil Throat Irritations, leading to ACTUAL CON SUM I'TION. lis great feature is a freedom from every com ponent which produces debility, nnd its unerring certainly in all of (he above Complaints rests with the fact that it may be used every hour without restraint. Therefore from childhood and its ter ror, H'livdj'insf Couth, to old ii(!c and its infir mities, allow it to be the companion from thecra die, aiid the grave, will be spued many of its ear ly vietiios. Miike it your yorlet companion by dny, and your l.t'1-sult fi lend by night, using whenever you p!e.:e. Cures all Complaints of Nervous nnd Spasmodic character such ns Jtturul.uia, (luut, fihtumutitm, SI. Vitus D.inrt, Tenth ami Ear-Acht, Jlou ft Com lain!, A'crvouianrf Sputmoilic Sick Head .1rhf, to that terror of all nervou dispositions, and probably tho chief cause cf Insanity, "LOSS OF SLEEP." VSe' .'1ISW ti- re Designed as special assistant to the above-named preparations, when aggravated by JltUioutnru or Italigtitiun, and the great substitute for all Mercurial prrparat lout. 77,f Eclectic Vill, w ithout Ihe common fatal necesnity of almost rnakiiift a meal of such, will in most cases, by the application of a single Pill, produce all the reouireinent of a sure, gentle, and reliable FAMILY PHVSIC. Let me have your confidence to make trial of the above named Remedies, rs the onlv sure iri - and my declai ailon is that such eonfiJenca w ill not 1 misplace I. The prester justice is to pro- cure and read the descriptive lairtJilet to be louuu wun nit aeaiers, or w :u oe sent ire, ny JOHN L. JIUNNUWIXL, I'roprietor. I I u.. ivai , .it., .i.ut i in. , .i..u To whom please address all communie.li.at. Prices wit Inn reach of all. n....i..,ici..,...:.i...j ii......n.i;.i ii..L t. IMP Fsc-simile of siftnalure over cork of genuine only, ! -Sold at the LyUl.VOX DRUG STOKE, Man. h- . HAN DK EKCI 1 1 EF S, ester, aud by J. T. SHURTLEFE - CO., Bn- ' nington.H KOON, North LVniiington.and Drug : distt and dealers every where. lyJO plCH GILT WINDOW SHADES X . and other kinds, also bit s and handtKim. assortu.i.t PAPER HANGINGS, juM from the nisnutucturers. MOKi. Sihcr Plated I'oCin Trimmings, Various sty le, At the EQUINOX STORE. JAKES' EXTRACT PO.VD LILY. uetiume, At the EQUINOX STOKE. T?LAOS! FLAGS! 1 FLAGS!! Ftc sa.it at tb EQt'LVOX 8TOit it. T. lit hi v CO. SIT DOOM tX( LUIVri.Y FOR CAif and Ukt dtaUt of AUCTION and utbrf tolu IV 9Mli , lbey ii.un l to keep ilit l el st- ii-t i Btnuiutoa County, tud t'l at (air prises to I best ibal r A T IKIWS, . Or. PAT WHEN TllfcT AURLK TO. Govsli not in stock will brotdtrtd fvrsutttmvrt whtll deuitd. Call and tiamint the n ttylrt tod prim. M) TROUBLE TO SHOW QoUDS. Equinox Store Due-Bills, Old Ittut, GOOD AS GOLD To buy goods with at tkt F.QUlNoX fToRE. Pltttt prosent them lmuie.litf!y for psyment. OVERCOATINC. Variety of sty Ira from Ml cents lo $5,00 per yard. Very fair quality Wiets pet )iml,dontl fold. VISTINGS. Very hamlsomt styles, also Iht tutst Black Batin ever oliertd lieie. Hats Vou tet n tho.e 'hrown ree d goods f t.arpe nd litinns to Iht WOSI ED mid SHETLAND WOOL Slock, comprising all colors. Those RROCHE LONG SHAWLS', at fl,O0, are very, vist cheap. Usudsom urn styles tint all wool l'LAlD'l.ONG SHAWLS. HEAVY SHEETINGS, TICKINGS, Flannels, Bleached ShrclinKS and other ctt- tou goods at reasonable pi ices, NEW STYLE HOOF SKIRTS. MACCAIlONI and VERMICILLI. FOX'S FARINA CRACKERS. GRAHAM FLOUR. FISH. Codfish, Mackerel, Whit, Pi-h, Rlue Titk , Sal mon and llerrinj, jut recriit l. RICH ALL WOOL PLAIDS. Worth CUcts, at 87 1-2 per yard. Very tarts. FRENCH MERINOS. All ctlort. Very hep. ALL WOOL DELAINES. All colore, plain m l figured, niu:b less thaa usual. Look at thuu. SACK FLANNELS, For thildrtn variety of styles and coltrs. PRINTS! PRINTS ! f New styles and great taritiy of patterns. I5ALMORAL SKIRTS. Just received. P.UOCHE LONG SHAWLS, i) per cest lest than tier before told in Manchet ter. HANDSOME PLAID SHAWLS, Of sujierior (ptality. LADIES' WOOL GAUNTLETS, Just Iht thing fur ctld went her. MOCHA AND JAVA COFFF.f. PRUNES, lOets PER Lit. u ist received. GOLDEN SYRUP, For Buckwheat Cukti. TEAS! TEAS! Very Ina qualities, just reci ivael. ENGLISH CURRANTS and Layer Baisins. j ' HANDKERCHJ EES j ' 1 00 75 ' in 10 4 lea awsy. 11 1 ' llv-' t o, ; HANDKERCHIEFS, HANDKERCHIEFS, j i HANDKERCHIEFS, ' I HANDKERCHIEFS j ' j HANDKERCHIEFS, ', HANDKERCHIEFS, HANDKERCHIEFS, HANDKERCHIEFS, for tuiall children. I fi&$l'0Kf:CmF.F9. i fr()1) f 4 f,o t tfi (s rr d r, trfuht at lu- tiott, w.ftli 2'. (! c"t. wots iban ted for "I.e .. ki 1I1- EQUINOX STORE. UDKer, Oat. J. mi.