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Some, who in life would not h:ivc given a cup of water, by then wills leave enormous sums to charities, to secure for themselves a kind of pos thumous admiration. Others allow not their presentment to sleep with them in the grave, but leave behind them wills which exc ite the bitterest feelings and animosities anions their surviving relatives. Home wills art" remarkable for their conciseness and perspicuity; others for their unpre- i eeuenteti suapes ami curious con tents. One man provides for a college, another a cat, one gives a legacy to provide bread and herrings to t he poor in Lout, anil kid gloves to the minister; while others provide for bull-baiting the wellfareof maid ser vants ami the promotion of matri mony. John Hodge has kept his name out of oblivion by giving twenty shillings a vearto a poor man to go about the parish church of Trysail during sermon time to keep people awake, and dogs out of the church. Henry 0 roen.e,of Melbourne,Terby shire.gavc his property for providing green waist-coats for four poor wo men every year, such waist coats to be lined with galloon lace. In the same neighborhood, and in spired by similar feeling, Thomas Gray provided grayjwaist -coats and gray coats. John Nicholson, stationer, of Lon don was so attached to his family name that the bulk of his properly was given in charity for the support and iiiaintainance of such poor per sons in England as should appear to be of the name of Micholsou. David 3Iartiiicft,of Calcutta, while giving directions to his executor, nays : ''As to this fulsome carcase, hav ing already seen enough of worldly Ktmp, I desire nothing relative to it. to be done only by its being stowed away in my old green chest to save expenses." He then bequeathed to one man all the debts he owed, and to another his sincerity. A Lancashire gentleman in the last century, having given his body to the worms of the family vault, be queathed an ounce of modesty to the authors of the London Journal and Free Britain, giving as his .reasons for the smallness of the legacy, that he was convinced that "an ounce will be found more than they will ever make use of." Another testator, after having stated at great length in his will the number of obligations he- was under, bequeathed to his licncfactor ten thousand here the leaf turned over, and the legatee turned to the other side, found the legacy was ten thousand thanks. A testator, ho evidently intend ed to thwart his relations, and be a ltonefactor to the lawyers, gave a certain person "as many acres of land as shall be found equal to the arena enclosed by the. centre of os cillation of the earth in a revolution round the siin,21,(i00 semi -diameters of the earth from it." An uncle left in his will e leven silver spoons to his nephew adding: "If I have not left him the dozen. he knows the reason." The fact was the nephew had some little time be fore stolen the twelfth spoon from his relative. Sir Joseph Jeykell left his fortune to pay the national debt. vVlien Jjord Mansfield heard of this ho said : " Sir Joseph was a very good law yei, but his bequest was a very fool ish one; he might as well have at tempted to stop the middle arch of Blackfriers Bridge with his full bot tomed wig !" Lord Pembroke gae "nothing to Iiord Say, "which legacy I gave him because I know he will bestow it on theHMr;" and then, alter giving other equally peculiar legacy s, he linished with " Item. 1 give iip the ghost." Dean swift's character is exempli fied in his will. AinitngotluT things hcltoqucathcd to Mr. John (irattau, of Cloniiiethan, a silver box, "in which I desire the said John to keep the tobacco he usually chewcth, cul led pigtail." The celebrated Sarah, Dutchess of Marlbolo. left Tit t 10,H0 for "the noble defense he hail made for the support of the laws of Kugland, and to prevent the ruin of his country." A somewhat similar bequest was not long ago made by Mr. Disraeli. Itacon left a w ill appointing six executors, but no property except his name and memory, w hich he be queathed to " men's charitable speeches, to foreign nations, uitd the next ages." Lord Clarendon had nothing to leave his daughter but his executor's kindness, ami Lord Nelson h it neith er a will of real or personal estate ls'hind him, although lie bequeathed his adopted daughter to the beneli ceiieo of his country. Milton s will was nuncupative that is, by wont ot month he being blind at the time he made it. Slink upesirc's wan make in regular form; so was l!y ton's. Cliatleiton's will was a strange one, consisting of a mixture of lev ity, bitter sat ire and actual despair, announcing a purposeofsclfdestrue lion. Others wrote their will in verse, and as a specimen, we will give that of William Jacket of the parish of Islington, which was proved in 177, when no witnesses were required to A will of jici'Honal estate: 1 give unit Ix iiurnt li. When I'm hint iiiiiloinciith, To my two loving sisters n dt'iir, Tin whole of my More, Which (Inil iriKHltirM lilt granted me here. Ami llmt until mnv iri'tt-nt, Tlii my III nml lntfiit. Or occasion tht It ,.t at raw racket. Witlr wili iiin appeal. I tvmllroi, sign tt ml ni'iil. Till", the (M't nml iIi-mI of Will Jacket. Some wills contain a sort of unto- Mofrraphy of the testator, as well as Jilft thought and opinion unrii was the will of Napolwn, which gave a hantl .otne legacy to the wretch Cun liiiion, ''who had as much right to assinate that oligarcliist.the Duke of Wollington.as the latter liatl to send me to perish on the rock of St. Hele na." Such also was Sir William Pett.v's which states with a certain amount of self pride, that " at the full ago of fifteen, I had obtained the Latin, ! rent h and dreck tongues, ami at twenty years of age, ''had gotten np three score pounds with as iiuuh mathematics, as any ot my age were known to have," Afkaid iik Miiiin- ltB Dead. Scene at the counting room of a morning newspaper. Enter, a man of Teutonic tendencies, considerable the worse for last night's spree. Teuton (To a man at the desk) " If you blaze, sir, I vants do baber mit dis mornings. ( hie vet hash tie names of te boobies vot kills cholera all do vile." lle'tvas handed a paper, and after looking it over in a contused way, said : " Vill you po so good ash to read do names wot don't have do cholera any more too soon just nw, ami see if Carl CieinseiikoopcnolVon hash got 'em ?" The clerk very obligingly read the list, the Teuton listening with trem bling attention, wiping the prospiia tiou from his brow meanwhile, in great excitement. When the list, was completed, the name of Carl (foinscii ,well, no matter about the whole name, it wasn't there. The Teuton's face brightened tip, and he exclaimed : " You don't find 'em 1" Clerk " Xosuch name there, sir.'1 Teuton (Seizin" him warmly by the hand) "This ish nice this isli some funs; that ish my names. 1 pin trunk ash never vas, and, py tarn, 1 vas fraid I vas gone tod mit cholera, and didn't knows it. Mine Cot ! I vos scart." How Vkky Nattum.. An old gentleman farmer, who had two or three very pretty daughters, was so very anxious about his charge that he would not permit them to keep the company of young men. How ever, they adopted the following ex pedient to enjoy the company of their lovers, without the knowledge of their father. After the old man hail retired to rest, the girls would j hang a sheet out of the window, which was quite a distance from the ground, ami the iienti would seize hold of the sheet, and with the as sistance of his lady love, who tug god lustily at the shoot above, would thus gain entrance. Until so hap pened one evening the girls hung out the shoot too early, for the old gentleman, by some ill w ind, was blown round the corner, and spying the sheet, could not conjecture the meaning of its being there. Ho took hold and endeavored to pull it down. The girls supposing it to be one of their beaux, began to hoist, anil did not discover their mistake until the head of the old man was le vel with the window sill, when one of them exclaimed, " O Lord, it's dad!" and lotting go their hold, souse came the old man on the hard stones and ground below, disloca ting one of bis shoulders, which con vinced him that his efforts to make old maids of his daughters was not a matter so easily accomplished; and withdrawing all opposition to their keeping company, he was soon a lather in-law. A Distinction with a Diitkr KNCK. The New Haven Register says that one afternoon during the recent "heated term," a gentleman on Church street taking compassion on the hard working clerks of the Post Ollice. suggested b them that a pitcher of lemonade or something of that sort would not be amiss, and like sensible fellows as they are, they eoriliallv assented. According ly Austin A. 'iig was commissioned to concoct the beverage and it was done in Kitty's artistic stylo. A dusky sou of the South was com missioned to place the vessel within roach of the thirsty throats so anx iously oxiM'cting its arrival, ami about that time .Mr. Madhouse, the well know n dispenser of toys, etc., received what he regarded as a very generous gift from an unknown pa tron, and with a few lucky friends, proceeded to " punish it" without ceremony, but with many benisons on the head of the generous unknown. In the meantime a search had boon instituted for the missing pitehor, and as a last resort the colored gen tleman was called up to give an ac count of himself. "Where did yon take that piteh or r " Took it to the mail house, snh!" " What the did you take it to the Mail house for P " Why, wall, down sou f, we always call do post ollis tie mail house. Same ting sah !" A strange rumor comes from Home to the cll'cct that a conspiracy to poison the Kmperorof the French at Vichy was discovered before he loft that place. The poison was to have Ih-oii administered in a potion w hich the Kinpcror w as accustomed to drink a II or his bath. All or all that has been written on the subject the jieneli crop in New York ainl New Jersey is very good some piiM'is say large. Apples are also much 1(clter everywhere than has been reNi1eil. A notorious counterfeit or, named P. CcCartnoy, with a huge lot of his bogus stuff, tools, counterfeit platen of ijojo coiipouml Interest notosAe., has been captured in southern Illinois. FA mi, UAKIi:H A. KIT! Hi: Mill tiNliek. Artii hoke ; an ounce of seed will produce i(io plants. Asparagus ; one ounce will be suf ficient for 1,000 plants. P.eans, English Dwarf; one tpiart of seed will be required for every sixty feet of row. Peans, Kidney Dwarf; one quart of seed will plant from ;$."i0 to JIK) hills, or from L'.'tO to frfiO feet of row. 1 Scans, Polo or Itiiiining; fine quart of Lima, or large running Iieans will plant about iSOO hills, or .'SoO feet of row. l!eot; one ounce may be allot ed for every perch, or pole. llorecole, or Kale, an ounce will produce 1,000 plants. ISroccoli ; one ounce is sufficient for 4,000 plants. Cauliflower; an ounce of this seed w ill produce 4,000 plants. Cabbage; one ounce will produce 4,000 plants. Cardoon Art choke; an ounce will produce 000 plants. Carrot ; half an oiiece may bo al loted for every nolo. Celery; an ounce of seed will pro-due- 10,000 plants. Corn Salad, or l'etticus; one ounce of seed w ill sow about two poles of ground. Cucumber; one ounce of seed is sunicient for iiOO hills. Egg plant; an ounce of seed will produce 4,000 plants. Endive, or Suceory ; an ounce will produce 5,000 pla n t s. Leek ; one ounce of seed may be alloted for .'5,000 plants. Lettuce; an ounce will produce, say 10,000 plants. Melon ; one' ounce of seed will pro duce from lL'O to loO hills. Melon, water; one ounce will plant from 40 to 50 hills. Parsley ; two ounces may be al lowed for throe perches. Parsnip; two ounces may be al loted for three perches. Popper; one ounce of seed will produce ;S,000 plants. Peas; one quart will plant 150 to 100 feet of row. Potatoes; from twelve to sixteen bushels may be alloted for an acre. Potatoes, Sweet; half a peck of seed, properly managed, will produce 15 bushels. Pumpkins;, one quart of field pumpkin seed, will plant from 500 to 000 lulls, and one ounce of the finest kinds will plant from 50 to so hills. Kadish; four ounces will do for every throe porches, if sown broad cast, and about half the quantity if sown in dulls. Salsify; two ounces of this seed will plant throe porches. Shallots; four bushels of bulbs will plant 40 poles Spinch ; if cultivated in drills.foiir ounces will plant five perches of laud. If broadcast it will require double the quantity. Squash; an ounce of seed will plant from 50 to 100 hills, according to the sorts and size. Tomato; one ounce of seed will produce 4,000 plants. Turnips ; one pound of seed is sufficient for ait acre ot laud. GUIDDI.E Cakf.s. One cup cream two cups milk throe eggs good wheat shorts, to thicken to a primer consistency. Codicils. Three eggs cup of butter- two cups of sugar teaspoon ful of soda salt Hour roll thin with seeds or without as preferred. Si'tiNiiK CAKK. Pour eggs, beat en to a froth with one cup of white sugar one cup of sifted Hour one bit of salt don't have the oven too hot do not remove it from the oven too quick, as the secret of sponge cake is in the baking. Gixiir.K Snaps. One pint of molasses, heated to -boiling then add one cup of lard one teaspoon hen petl with saleratus two of ginger one of salt roll thin and bake in quick oven. fMIOKT i K It (ill N I TS. I nn eggs two cups of milk one cup of sugar small piece of butter one small teaspoon crcain.tarter one of soda- salt nut meg tloiir enough to mould and roll but not hard. Kaiskd Doronxi is. One pint of warm water one cup of yeast two eggs one cup of sugar small piece of lard or butter cinnamon Hour, to be made just as still' as can be stirred with a spoon. When raised light, set them in a cool place to lie fried asvoii want them. lSi'NS. A pint of warm milk two eggs cup of yeast cup of shortning Hour enough to make a thin batter. Lot this stand until light, then add one pint of sugar one eup of currants table spoonful cinnamon mould with Hour. Lot this rise again then take it in small pieces, roll lightly in the hand, put in shoal baking paiis, (sheet iron prcorroil), ami let it rise the third time. Touch over the tops with a w' 'e of an egg bake quickly. I'.KKAt'iiv lluiisr.s. It is said a horse will not jump if a hole be bored in each car, anil the ears be tied to gether with a piece of twine. A private Idter (Vkiii .Ji'NVtmoii, Tcxiis, to 11 Tt'sitlt'iit. t(C Alliany, V., sii.ys: This is a great count ry. We liayea tlglit every day with the d tl niggers. Yon can liet we slaughter them by the wholesale, I think in the course of a few ears we shall have a while settlement. Tell your father in law 1 am making gc Ml use ol tue revolver lie gave in' Low for Cash. w K HAVE Jt'ST BKEN TO UOSTOX, and bought a gitotl aenortiueBt ot' SEAS0XAP.LE GOODS, For cash, which enable us to sell ut Price that Can't be neat, Consisting iu part of Dress Goods, Scotch & American Ginghams, Plack Silk Prints, Mous De Laincs, Domestics of most all kinds, a good assortment of Woolens, Summer Stuffs for Men and ISoys, Silicias, Drill ings, &c., &e. 3vr innons of all sizes ainl I'rii'fs, VAIXTElt WIXIWY SHADES, PAINTED CAItPETS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, Crockery and (i!.s.nrare, OKI US tin, I ti :! dull paiil for rutaliii-s. Wool, nml 1110M kiutls of rruiliu-p. W. II. & C. S. STKVKXS. ItiailfonL.Tiinc I I. ISM. 1 VAKIETY STORE. VT THE Iili.lKOl;i POST OFFICE you will Hud ;i good uMi tiiH iit uf Cloves., Hosiery. Nets, Hair Coils and PiiH's. Skirt ami Corset a. Linen and Paper Col lars mid Cull.. Neck Ties. Scarfs, and Linen Handkerchiefs, Yankee No tions, Toys. Paper and Euvel open of cverv style nml price. Hair' Oil." Per fumery, and Cook ing extracts, C i k a r , Fine Cut Tobacco, and Worcester". Ilopveast; All of which w ill he sold cheap for cash. Slop ! Slop ! ! Don't tie liuiiihii),'ed when you can buy ISIiss' Kxct'lsior Hair Ki'stttrcr For Ovl ctH. per Ilottlo. It it dot a Pyr .' will not injure or soil the skin in the slightest degree. It will in all eases restore ti ray I lair to iti original color. It is one of the best Hair Dressings, keeping the hair glossy and moist. Prepared by E. lluss, Agent. Ilrail- ford, Vt. Sold whole.al I retail bv T. J. FLAXDEIiS. Also, the Hungarian Hair Dye. Hrrrnut Stitmpu in nil linomiiKtlioiis. '1'it'Lt'l ll-lK'V, For the Male of Tickets for the West, rin New York ( "cut ra I, Oreat Ycsirn, Lake Shore, and other railroad connecting with all points West, mid South West, at, tile Post ttllice, llradfonl, hv I T. J. FLAXDEIiS, Imt master. Ol I l A. I AShiri S, rL Wori.P HF.SPLCTFI'LLY IXFKKM TT the public that we keep constantly on Iiu nl. for sale, Tlif Larsrest i Brst Assortmoot of Mm i Caskds to be found in the county, which we nro selling lMnpr ilmn ill any other labllMlniK'nl. Also. MAXI FACTI RKUS OK ALL KINDS OF II 1 w hich w ill he sold W'holesal ami Ketuil at the lowt'st ligurcs. 8. A. FISH SOX. Thoifonl Centre, Vt., July , iwiti. iiin4 Knh, lloorM X llliutlN. rtVW. SI IISCIHIIKU STILL CONTm F.S I al the shop formerly iiiiied bv the Mor rison's, over li. U, Ahliieh's Kilt Fin-lory, in III adloi'il, where hit will he ready to attend to nil calls for Sash, Doors uud llliilds, ami for crsioM d- uryritAL joii wouk. All work done thoroughly, at reasonable rates, and on Htmi-t notice, W. II. LKAVITT. Ili'iiilfotd, .III lie 'JO, IHI'ili. -i I'rrnrs il'1oulh.-A genllcinau who snlb red loi-yeiirs frtnii Xervous Dcbilily, pre liniliiie Deciiy, anil all llieellecls of .vo'iithful luiliHeiclioii, will, for the sake of sillb-ring Inl nianily, scud free to nil w ho u I It, the re ceipt nml directions for making I he simple remedy h,v which lie was ciirrd. NiiBci-ers wishing to prolil by the advertiser's experience rati tin so hv addressing, In perfect coidlileneo .lllllV 11 IMllll'S' i. 1ml No. 11 Chmhrs Si., Nr Votk. "Truth is Stranger than Fiction." IWM. G. HARDY, AM HEOCLAKLY RE- ciivui; New UimmIh fnmi tliti niaiiulac htiru and lniMtrtirH, Imnght lor runh, at low JiyiirfH, and will lw ho Id at a kiiiuII advance Iritm cir4, with a bntantial Kiiaruuty o1'hkc- in ml quality, at j NO. 1 HARDY'S BULDIXtt, Such a Clock. Watt-hc, Jewelry, (itdd, Silver and lMuttMi art in variety, tr niiniou umitpreuii umh, iiirludin i-hoiee arti ulcri lor Iiirth and Holiday lYes tiitn, uud lor Silver, Wnldeii, and Diamond Wedding, Silver Sjmmhik of Ster ling qualitv. Silver Plated 'Table and 1 i o Knives, Fork.SjKMns, LudlcH, Tea SetH, CuNtorM, Cake Ac. Card Basket. Cup Al (ilddt'tM, Tout liuckx.Call 11.Hm. A, -..(. f the beKt quality. Table and I'm ket Cutlery. Iauu and Short Sighted Sprr trtele.h X None Ola-, l'erisi opir A: Mag nifying (ilasnes, Fine Silvered Coffin riat.M furnished and engraved to order. Seizors, Thermometer. Revolver, Cartridgea. and Water 1'iimiI' IVrruion Capn, and many useful Yankee No tions, too numerous to mention. Clock ami Watch work rorrrrtlu done: aluo, Job work, including Surveying, and Musical InHtrmncutt. done with hinting utility. 1 am UHsinted in the Wateh Department by mv fa- ! ther. who liaw had much practical experience in this brunch, and will attend personally to thereat wantsof important Watches. He will give especial attention to Chronometer, tine Duplex, and Ijcver WtitrheM, and Don hie Tim ers, iiinl will adjust and regulate them to Stan dard Time, with great accuracy of sinhroiml vibrations, tha such timekeepers may answer fully the purpose for which they were'niade. in whatever position they may be used. He will put into good old English Ec era new part.-, giving them the quick and uniform heat of the American Watches, anil will add the Chronom eter Balance, well adjusted tit temperature and position. Expense from $!." to according to number of pieces, liueiiesa of Imtsh, ami ac curacy of adjustment. Stall' and Cylinder work. Pivoting and Jew elling to a limited amount, done for the Trade. Mv thank I hereby tender to a generoun public for so liberal a patronage iu the past, and I respect i illy solicit a continuance of tin same. All orueis tor good or work, oy ex press, stage, or otherw ise, w ill receive prompt and careful attention. WM. U. HARDY Bradford. June W, Itlt'i. t WATCH M AKEU ,A A7.7.A7l ami E X O It A V E It . 1 Also, dealer in CtiuKu, Watches, Fine (inlit Jewelry, SMrcr. auft Silrrr Ptutrd ir-irc, of the best quality, cvjxj GOLD. MI.VEH. and STEEL tSftt HtiWED SPECTACLES. Pocket ami fable Ciith-rv. Musical liistnimcnts Photocniph Albums, t ipera ami Spy tilasses. i ami ranev tiooiii, ot all kimls. at the lowest prices. Highest prices paid for old tii.hl and silver. fci VltCliM-U. Watches nml .lc dry Hrit- SttVO thoroughly repaired. Siore ill South end l'richai'il's llrailibril. i-rniinit. k Stoic, 1 4 Fl'LL STOCK ( IF TEAS. M (LASSES. a sil PS, si I! AltS, I't (FFEE. Tt iltAI ( O, SPICES, and FANCY (iTiOCElilES of nil kinds, liice. Starch. c. Abo, Km. sene t lil and Fluid. Iron and sicel. llm-se and IH SIiih-s and .Vails, Cut Nails, Salt. Ponder ami Shot. Fish. Pork. Cordanc lirimlstoucs niul Fixtures. Hardware and Cutlery. Flour, ami Country Produce, at prices as low as can be bought in the town orcoitiitv. 1 VliHTIAIiD. 1 1 n VCF.XI-.li.M. A SSI i( I'M EXT OF NEW anil l''ashionable Funiiiure constantly on hand. Those wanting anything iu the tine are respectfully invited to call and examine. corny am caskk-is t If various st vies and prices, nc.it I y trimmed to ortlor on short notice. Atso Ready-Made Grave Clothes, Collin Trimmings. Plates. ,-c. Also, agent for the sale of MASOX V HAM LIN'S CA1I1NF.T OHtlAXS, uu, SMITH'S AMERICAN olttlANS. Sinrimeits tin htttiil for rxftntutnlinn. CEO. L. HI TLF.lt, First door South of 'Tioltcr House. Bradford. June In, 111. 1 i:v cooii low pnxoBsi Are constantly receiving iiildltioiiK to their ntuck id' Dry floods, Kcadv-.Made Clothing, V. I. Cods, tiroeeries, tilass A- Hard Ware. Drugs and M. iiu nii-s. Paints, ( Mis, A c, Ac, Making their assortment the best tube found in the county ; ami all at prices to correspond with I he Times- 1'h-i all and F.Miiuiuc be fore porchusiuK elsewhere. HARNESS MAKING. Mil. KF.XXKDY KF.L'I'S COXsTANT- ly on hand Harnesses. Saddles. Itriillcs, Hells, lllankets. W hips, Trunks, and every thing usually kept iu a Harness Shop. n. opnlrlug done thounhly, proiuptly, and at living pri ces. Thank fill for past favors, he hopes for a com iiiuam-e of the Maine. Shop second door South of the Troller House. Ural-lord. tlllAMItKK SKTS.-A VAUIF.TVOF PLAIN I and Oi-miuieiilal llcdrooiii Suits, Mai tras ses, Spring Beds. Cottage llcdsteadH, Cribs and Swing t radles, at K. A U. T. KLYF.Sfc CO S. Cash k Ready Paw OUIVK SALES nml SMALL PRO FITS. Second ntoeU of Seanonahlc Good now Open. Dress floods, Dim k Silks, Poplins, Mnziiin biijues, Check and Plain Alpuccas, Alpines, llareges, t lreiiadiiics,.lacoiiets, French Cambrics and Prints, De Laincs, 1 1 lug linins.W hit e OihhIs, Ibices, Trimmings ami lliittons, Hosiery, (lloves. Para sols, Sun I'luiirel. las, Hoop Skirt., II a I morn I s , Corsets, a Ureal vnriel vol' Small Wares Doniesl (csiiml Woollens of every iiniilily, Cm-pel ings nml Straw Malting Paper Hangings nml Window Shinies, mid ol her art iclen ton liiiiiierinis Ui imrtlciiliirlie. which will Id' sold at Ihn lowest market prices, by OKO. I'ltlCIUIID. Attt. nmeiroirl. .fun fl, IWW. I j. n. av.isi:, DOTl'S Vegetable Panacea IS SCI'KRIOK TO ANY PAtX KILLER IX MARKET! anil in giving I'NIVEKSAL SATISFACTION, It in pri'iinrrtl from a proscription of a Pby nii-iun of niiiiiy vriiin of unrcrHpl'iil jirai'tir; tlu ri-forf tin- pnolii' may IW-1 xufc Iu K'viuK it u trial. It i pt ifi ctlv lini-nili-, hriiig PCKEI.Y VEGETABLE. ppari hi rn t-ver nrt'ei-i'il for tin prevention anil run' of ChiitiTa. lvwnterv. lisirrhiEa. Cholera Mor Iuim. Colic, l'ain in the Ktoinueh or lioweln, Eumelie, Hi uiliii lie, Tootliai lie, if. For a Neiikor Lame liai k, or I'm iu the Net k or lM-twecu the Mioulilern, orany other part of the hoily, the 1'uii-teea artH like a i-hariu. Ill a woril, it will relieve pain from whatever caiie ijuieker than any other iiieilieiue iu use. Its power over Neuralgia in lerfei'tly wonilerful. thy it: ami if it does you Do giio! your Money will bo KEKI XIEI) IX AI.I. CASES! Priee H ami M eent a hot tie. Sold by all the irint-ipal Ini-4iMtf. or ent by Express on receipt of retail pi-ire. C. C. DOTY it CO.. Proprietor", llnidford, Vt. l O T V JMandrake Bitters A It E WAIfltAXTED to be the 1m'm( ' pun nil ever efT. -red to tin- public for i he cure ot hyipepia, .laun ilice, ( otiveness, 1'ilcfi, Sick llcailache. Morn ing Slcklie.1?. Sea. SirklH'KS. llllnior". l-'lUll Sfouiacb, I.i-i-r coinplaint iu all ot its fi ii'tii ; 1 Ccncrjil Debility. Worno. iVc. j in thi Couipouiiil ko comhiui Ac. We have I a Ionic anil stimulant with a cathartic that while it is thoniuh anil certain in it action it iu no way wi iikciis the tune of the linwi In or tomuch. Ft Hi A FAMILY MEDICINE they have no eijual. Fur a eatharlic they are unsurpassed, bcin far sinicri'ir to the various DUD t jiat Hood I he market as the v do mil weak- j en the I towels or lca e I hem cost ivc. i I n-v arc , purely ectalile Ihcrclnre nerfi-ctlv s.il'e lor ' all ayes. The smallest chihl can lake them ! with perleet salety. They are warraiited all we lelttcsent tiii ln. If on ;:iinu tlicia a trial f they do not pro c equal t our recemiiienila- ( inns the money will be refunded. It' you are are troubled wilh ilirrried or Diili cult Ureal hing. Fluttering at the Ilcait, 1 1 .1 rr I hi in . bead dull and heay. fuilnt-s or wi iiit in ihc slouiaeh, SuHocat iug or choking sensation while in a lying position. liniuc of vision. Swimming oi I he Head. Dizziness, Yellowuc-s of the skin and eyes. Pain in the Hack. Side, Chest, Limbs, c.,c.. l-iwaril Piles, Aeidilv M the Stomach. Dull Pain in the Head. Sudden Flushes ol' Heat, illll i.iug in the Flesh, nausea. Disgusi of Food. Creat Depres sion of spirits and constant imagining ol evil. Ac, Ac, you w ill timl a speedy and penna m nt relief by using The Mandrake Kilters. 'They are the best Ycrntiluge know n as thous ands of mothers can tesiity. 'They recitin-mi-ml themselves, all wca-k is f..r the atlln-ted to give Ibeiii a fair trial. I he are meeting w it It rapid sales and gii ing uiii vernal .-a I ifac 1 ion. Price single bottles l.ntj, Six Unities if'i.OII. t . I . 1MII1 , A t o.. Pronrii tors. P.radford. Vt. X. II. A liberal disc unit to the trade. DOTY'S VEGETABLE COUGH BALSAM I I I AS 1IKF.X I SKD FMU MANY YKAliS I with the most astonishing suceesi curing t ollghs. I olds. Hoarseness. Sore Throat. Intliiena. Whooping Cough, Croup, lll-uli-ehitis, DilHculty of lln-at hing. Athma. and every atleiiion ol the Throat. Lungs and Chest. That dreaded disease. Ciuisumpt ion. w hich carries thousands every year lo an un timely grave, and which bailies Iheskill of the most eminent Physicians, often yields to this remedy. It docs not dry up it Cough, but loosens it, so as to elialde the patient to ex pectorate fro lv. It w ill invariably cure the ! most stubborn Cough cuiwd from a cold, or j tickling iu the throat. 1 t ''roup, we will ! guarantee a cure if taken i. si a on, Xo fam ily should be w ithout it. It is sale, sure, and rapid i" its operation. It contains no piusonoiis mini i ;ds, but is I'urrljr Vcgrlahlf. Try it. mid if it does not "back up" all we claim for it, your money will be refunded. W'c say this, know iug its merits, ami fi el con fident that one trial will secure for it a wel comed homo in every family Do not waste away and die when relief is at your door. Sold by Dinggists and coiinlry dealers ev erywhere, or sent by express to any pai l of the country. Call for DUTY'S VLliKTAlSLF. COlTill ItALSAM, and take no other, uud vou will timl iu it siHidv and permanent relief. Price, large liottlcs. (I.ini. Small bottles .ill eta. C. C. DUTY &. CO., Proprietors. lliadford, Vt. TUB AMF.IUCAX . 1 Hi It KG EX Ell. I T0h i n l llnlr lr '! For llcstoting Orny Hair to its original color nml beauty, to keep the Hair from falling oil', to Host ore it upon I til 111 Heads, to keep Hie Hair soft. Pliable, mid lively, the AMI KIl'AV 1 1 A I K Ul;iiKM.Ii.ot .lands far iilsiye nil other preparations lor the Hair. It n moves Dlllldrull, rules lliluiiii-s of the Scalp, Cools the Heated lliow, cures Xervous Headache, renders the Hair Suit mid lllossy, keeps I lie Hair from Falling Oil, even after' seven sick ness, causes the Hair to liiow upon Huh) Heads, mid resiores tirav Hair to its Xalinal Cohranil lleauty. It Is not a Die, but nets directly upon the Knots of the Unit', supplying reiiiired nourishment, and iialiirnl color and beauty returns, limy Halls disappear, Id Heads are covered, (lie Hair stops Falling, and a 1 1 -:i it 1 1 1 u I Head of Hair is Hie result of usinn the American Hair lb generator. The Ladies like it for its delightful fragrance, and the rich liml glossy appearance II Imparts to I ho llnlr. Fur a conilnoli Hair Dresser, the Aliicniali 1 lair Hegonei ntor mid Hair Dresser sliimls at the Head! Try one hot lie nml volt will he convinced by Its use Hint It is tin-best Hair Preparation ever tillered to the Public, If It will mil do nil wi rcenuiiuctiil, your money will lie refunded, ns It Is warranted to gave perfect sallsfuetloti. lie ann and call for tin American llnlr llcgi iicrator mid llnlr Dresser, and take no ol her, nml yon will he r tinned Hint It Is lust what you want. Sold every where, A liberal discount to the trade I'rlor 75 frn nor tint Hp, v. c. doty rn I Prmlfbrd, Ve.rmnnl, Darling & Divoll, K.iST CORI.XTII, Would rpuneptfully call flic attention of ttrn Iiu hi iv to their huge utoi k of (ioodii, which lave len boufilit at the lowent lini-un, aiul are composed, iu part, of the follow lug: PRINTS, POPLINS, DELAINES, ALPACCAS, and DRESS GOODS' t of every kind and dencripttou Hortiucnt of A largo HATS, CAPS, 13 o o t m cmd Sliooa, Coffee, Teas, Tobacco, Molasses, Sugars, Salt, Fish, Nails, (ROCKERY and HARDWARE of every description. PATry-T MKim iyrs or all ki.ds. I'iiintw smtl Oil. W e would cnll especial attention to our large ami well selected stock of EE A D Y-MA DE ( LO TIIIXG, and Gents' Furnishing" Goods. Tf yoi wi-.li to buy a nice Suit of ( l.xhcN, titul buy tbein rhrap, eiine and see u be tore K'dliK eUdwbere. To tboe vi.-.biiiK to buy Vaucv CaHfinicii-M and nH'rkiur-, we would i-uy, vou will do well to call mid see us Udore biiiii for we know tbat we e;in ive you riM'K that will nut inly vou. We ulway have n lurA uToik of uoud on baud, mid are conntautly rcceiin new oodn Iium market. Ladie s I S.ndif ! ! We resM' tfiiIIy all your attnutiori to our full aid complete toek of IMPORTED DRESS GOODS, Summer Shaicls, Glares and I'aramdg, Hatx, Cajis, Eon nets, and MitliiH ry Gtvili of all kinds. We have in our employ an experienced Mil liner uud Dress-Maker, who will always bo happy to wait upon ladies that mav favor us w U h their patrniiage. Hoping that we shall continue to rcci ivr i share nl your ni-i , we remain, v.-ry irulv Vour oh't si r 'Is. DUil.INO A DIVitl.L. Last Corinth, ,lunc I. sii. it- ii;v.?ioi:i; s w.oo v in: a truM. i . . mu. r. -piiK FOLLOW IXO AIM It l.LS COM- a pikse a portion ot my stock la trade : j 'onl'csfotn-rj-. ' All kinds of Comimui and Fancy Candies, I Cough Drops, Lozengi s, ,v c. I I'rnil nnl us. I ( oti-isliiig of Oranges. Leim.ns. Apples. . Fis, Dales, Coeoamii-. Kng. .V Am. Walnuts, iua.il .Mits. rcanuls, r iIIk-i t. &c, &c i'uluitt'onnil Clsurs. Of all the dill, rent brands, including Armv, Navy, Fine Cut. .Vc r. I'lli, 4)Mlorsi. At: Fresh Halibut, t imI, Macken l. Lobsters. Smoked Hen ing. Sardines. .Vc. Oyster Mi'vrn and Fries served at short notice. lr imil 4'orstliulsi. Porter, Champagne Cider. Soda. Small Ilerr. Port. Madeira, and California Wines, lfos Water, Hay Kmii. c. It'llicH and .lnniH. Haspbcn v. SI raw berry. Peach, (biince aad Pilieaiilite .fellies It ml .Imiiis' uls.. 1. I. .n,l i Walniil Kelt hups: pi, Ue. I'iiunt Suiirr. and other articles in this line. Apples ami t (nil, us for sale by the barrel, or in less ipianliticH. Ph.ase give me a rail. iliadlord, June 1.', si,i;. jtf NO. .1 11AHIY'S IH II,I)IN(, And exainiue a large and well selected stock of l'unry nml Nlitplp Urovrrir. I have always on hand P.lack, .lanan, and Ill-ecu Teas. Collces. Spices. Sugiir. Molasses. Lard, Dry and 4'ickled Fish. Tripe, Vinegar, Dried Fruit. Tapioca, Sago, Farina. Corn starch, I ooking KMrncts, I oliacco of nil kinds, Ki-ioseiie ami Coal oil. Fruit Cans, laimps, ltrooius, Whips, e., v. .lust n-ccive.l. UMI Darrein Clioiee Wistrrn Flour, W hidi w ill be mild low ranted. I have also mid every barn 1 wur i good assortment of SADIH.I.UV ItAKDWAliK, tmrchnsed of the manufacturers. Ucnieuibcr. lie keeps the best of everything. Don t forget Ihc place," A. OSIIOHV, 1 Xo. H Hardy's Iliiihling, lliadford. JO TO F. .V II. T. KF.YKS A CO., WUKltK . , . .'"".'an get Tens, Cotlces, Sugars, Fish, Tripe, Flour. Choeohite, llromii. MaeeBroiii, 'lapincn, Sago. Verniicclli. urn! vvcrytlUnji u at the very lowest prices. i:. ii. i.m; v 770 TOO RA riHC GA I LER Y, At Nw. I.ii 111 II AIIHV s IIi ii.iiimi, Ilrartforrt, Vermont, Is the place to go if you wish nics Curies De Visile, Photographs, Alllblolypes, Hem Picture. All of which are finished according to the lat est improvement of the Art. Particular at tention iniid to making rn In ri)nl, as well s small Piiotographs from pictures of deceased persons. lioloitriili .llnimiM. A tine selection eonstniillr mi hand. Also. Oval, Dill. Hhick Wiiluul, mid ItoscwiMiii Fri s, Sipiare Friiiues of nil sics and kinds, made to order. I A .'w nios'ovrry. 4 LIOI ID FOII ( LFAXINO OLD OIIAVK. i sloin-s, Monuinenls or tlriinite. It is war iniitcd to remove all dirt or moss in ten min utes, mid w ill leave the stone Its natural color. Price by ma il, postpaid, 1)1. Circular aeci panics the bottle. Address . II. M. fiHIFFIX, '"O Mni hle W orker, llriidlord, V. To rnrmrrn. Y FI LL STOC K OF- Meythcs, lorks, liny nml Hand Knkes, Shovels, HtM-s, Iron liars. Wool Twine, Hheep Hhenrs, Hut ter Ttihs, nml best Iuiry Salt, Al thr lowest insikft friers, br PRIt'llARD.