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k 'it i n I- : sH : v: i J It U f4 , ji ' 4-: ' It: i,. I m 5 It: 40, I1 n. S r. ' ,' l - i V-1 ) I You'll lii' nhA In l-arn t!i:ii I've l'lin'i' ; K'XmI iin;Ufsiiiti onto tlte luiml i't" luii'Ioiil !' lite ( livi-nli-tni Mvrn. i ii-n vp,., ( h ;iii.ini ini' hist niiflif. Itlsiii hi tin- l::r snoUi- t'.s l-itl. i s, ; ':. i v liciii nvtrlM iuilivi:!oc;i'is S' llt : "This N",iiii ll.uui ii'-:ui ".is I :i a hinmato ofinv 'oust' over 2 wi t ks. lu-. in tiiuitiyman. I sosc -vry civiiix'il land is 'iiiliiv'il wiili its lull share nl fi'iMici iii idyifs. ami it can't licljit leastways I can't tliin!; til' siiiv t'tlii'tixiiil plan of lu-lp-iu ii. I'm a little sun v tliey've -.if KtIi-tii-sovir licit-. !mt I shall not iliskuss "t in v. ilii iiuImuIv. Tear iiietn pieces w itli v ihl oiimiliiis Imrsi's.ainl 1 won't disku.-s Yin. i've lunl iiiilte cliiill ot .msri'i. i. AVIUM'S iti:m. lie liasn t lii'ouv no dps or sa-i r. cr fnruitur of :v -Kind. ( I I:?r. hear.) 1 lind t .in n asi hint v. itli lie ( -at-; Ins Willi. 'S i'.'il. i Vnil( ui' i Iiis . M m rii (1. litt-il ra'.i.l! -s. v. ith a l;nilu atn kin.l sli'.uli IS I'liil i i.i 1 lit ;I i'i 'I ! h liiti'l i,. ISC Il.lt ii m a ill i the All; f.VO C.'il fi'.'tiii i : was I'.iii v, as tiic sat; i. mi in.Ini'' : nil . Ion. I mrti lU'ovi' taa 'hi this linen r,-mi!,t !llM.I, T!i t al! ri- ia Waks a!iat i !n Tliis w as i as I hi' iiaii 'I'liTiaan i" a :; anil vl'.i'.t' i.itl iiiuh!.) Nim r ii( . .Muan In. " Coal ! 1 r.i :' tin' win; I !' i ui. i'i ini !. I i, ro ws.) yet In1 has not m:ul' no nttcmpt to i Vm at litnii(Yili:iuk you. I was at Kra'.p any incniVr of my l'am'ly. . Jiirrnirili.im t'other niyht, and went to the i;Tcat metur for a few minits. I Innln't lici n in the hall long when a stern lookin' artisan saiil to me: on ar from W ales " 'So. I tohl him I iliiln't think I v. as. 1 hi il" istho't llasht over me. If w as ov that oiiniiieiplcil talcr. anil p't I said, lias my cluthin' j;ot a Wel t nat ,..y appearaiu'e !" Not hv no iniaiis. he anscred. '"' ! and then lie said, " And w hat is your oiiinymi tif the present crisis f 1 said, "I don't zackly know. Ilaveyoit ot it very'liad f Jle n plied, "?sir, il is 8weeiiij- oer liiiuland like thet'j inoonot'the I )es. rt T " Wall," said I, " let it sweep T lie ceased nic by the arm '.mil said, Let us filaiiee at hist'ry. It is now some two thousand years " "Is it . indeed .'" 1 replied. 'Listen!" he lieieel cried ; ''it is a lit I le over two thousand cars since A (j i i i . i l.iii.l t In :ii...- lioscly .Hill liiv speech ity, but his idee et.i'.i'h was more the rii'Jlio Weill .M1 mi : a nils!:. 1 !. If i: in oar ii and 1 e ilm i i.t 1 1 '.-(' l'.is'.i''i". Ill li.Hl l ';. a-'i'itiir w.'ll r. v, however, l' ia oiilra iii' my . '!'i:c I rout !i i IjOll I ,(' IIWI I . . 1 1 II 1 1 , I.) tin- ' II 'i' wa v :.l i iiini ia ve iiev lie 1.. id ! i. riiii,' 1 . ill I kl' L.lllliiMI ! MV ( llollbl .'llilllS ai'lar t.'a vi .'is ,''ie ili i't'reut !y. '..el . ii I hey v. as :e ln'.l a brother i him ini'oiiaeil i'a li'oiis reji'Iar. i':iis.'hood. lint !iir!i 1 heard a ;oi of blue!; close es -iiiir t ot her t 1. a hi s Wi i.-.l-. i count !' lb" ;. sum n !': r V. c This lat a : vritheriit' liu a in 1' ',vho l'r. tho't I'd e I tV-'vcral., i.ir.v ! ia' of in v .i i aiarx. and h"'s a imu of vai incuts '.v!e ofb u tv.n over t ie.es afore In- filing mi of 'ini a I al inasier at lam: ei aril v of :;i a spis, ! Ibi.u.ut'd v. i.' in i, ' a P't oat of i'!y on ;a--irs our t'.o lilioil. tastic ami bint ;'d pe aloons. I meauin' to you iilaia tin1 mean- iov one man cd 'einuplish s lay articles in make any-Ourskool- says this is a peeno! vii'i. Mv wife says it o j; 'in m iiieiil !.!el n is a iK'i'oiil"i'i'.i ;!y of ir.f rual mmsens. She's a exeeedin practical vanillin, I 1 liiv her lira h!, how ever, and liu- luer her liliie i.i',,s. It's a rceklis i falslioo'l tiiiil s!ic Iieupeeks inc. and I I h" yaii;;; man i'i our naberhood who i said it to me oil" i", eiiin'. as 1 was inisleaiii' my iliaf: .,i i with a gentle i cocktiiii al the i!l;.';e tiiMirn who; .sail! ( ni" ia tin- very lan;;wid;ic, (.in lioiae, obi ei hi, unless you de sire to hav e anol !a r b apot tbrowd nl you by P. ,l..''p'i obly regrets hav in said so. 1 said, " r.etsy Jane is my wife's frniii name, .;. -lit I .voolh, iind 1 periiiits no person to call her J!. J. niilside of tin family circle, of which 1 am il principally myself. Your other observations I scorn and ilismis,', and I must polish you oil'." He was a abb' bo.li.'d man and rc- Jllooviu bis coal, he iiitplired if 1 wauled (o be vTo't'id to powder ? 1 said es; n' there is a srri.ulisV me jjrenb ii ie a patiili (). botlit r," I remark t, let us o and 'et sonic beer." 'No, sir. I want no yross and .sensual beer. I'll Hot llloe from this spot till I can vote. Who ar oil ?" I handed him my card, which, in addition to my name, contains a el abrit description f my show. Now, sir," I proudly said, "you know me f ' 1 sollumlv swear." he sternly re plied. " that 1 nev er heard of you or ( ; our show, in my lile."1 i "And this man," 1 cried bitterly,! calls hisself a intellieiit man, and i I hiuks he orter be allowed to vote ! ! What a holler mockery !" I I've no objection to e 'ry intelli ! 'i'iit man vol in' if he w ants to. It's a pleasant aniooscineiit, no doubt ; j bill there is those whose iyraiiec is so dense and loalhsiini that they : shoiiidn't be trusted willi a ballit any ! nmie'ii one of int trained sarpunts should be trusted with a child to play with. 1 went to the station witii a view of returiiin" to town on the cars. "This way, sir," said the guard; " here you ar," and he pinted to a j tirst class carriage, the sole oi kcjiant ot which was a raytlier prcpossessin female of about ;iu summers. "No, l'lhauk von," I ernestlv re- ilied, " I prefer to walk." I am, dear sir, Very respectfully yours, Ai!'ii:ns'w.i:u. ; n there is a I owiler miy. not bin would 'ford when he slrueii , o mv ri'.'bl c e, 'ul b!. lluitsi: TniKl". A man eallim; himself Albert Hyde, of l'erkbis- ille. Yt., hired a team of S. K. Ibinick, of the I 'assumpsit'' House in this jilace, Scjit. L'7, ami as . vet has failed to return the same. The man w as about ."i feet S inches high, with black whiskers and moustache, dark eyes, and dressed in black, with a Scotch cap. The team was a chestnut mare, with light mane and tail and a white face, weighing about s.lDlbs., seven or eight vears I old, with a sear on the nigh hip ; a j Lyndon buggy with Miller's name on it ; ttie Harness silver -plated, with still adjusting pad. As the man was hiring girls to work in a woolen factory, and as he left a horse at .Mr. lleinick's stable, he w as not suspected of being a rascal un til he had been gone several days. Mr. Itciiiick traced him to Middlesex and from thence to I trail lord, at w hid: place he lost his track, lie oilers .") for the recovery of his team. It has been ascertained that t he horse left with l'ciuick, and a sulky sold .1. I - Ladiieer, were both stolen. On the whole, Allicit Ihde is cutting ipiite a dash, hut will doubtless soon be brought up with a round turn. Vvlrtlonimi. - - I'ATAi Arcinr.vr. James ( ' l'.iieii. a i" clioii hand on the I'as suaipsie K. 1'., who lives about a mile below th" station here, was found dead on Sabbat Ii morning, be tween the station and his house. It appears that on Saturday evening O'llliell had been with a husking party at Mr. Hiram Caswell's, ulai lives about a mile below his ((' Ibicii's) house. The party left Mr. ( 'asweli's about 111'. M, Mime riding up to. the station in ( t'l'.rien's hand car. and some walkingiip the track. (' III ictt walked, and eanie rijjit by his house up to the railroad ,ard to take his ear back to his house, lie stepped into his car, and as it was down grade, he sat down and the car started down the track. The next morning he was found dead sonic ,"0 rods below w here last seen alive, beside the traeit, and his ear upon him. There was a severe bruise upon his forehead, and iinoth !l.r wasn't scooped likew ise. vr "". "Is tiple. .Nothing is known i i rent v w l i sen in units. eiiusi isneain eaiisin i.ie lo into 111" ii.-e that a; . ( '.'."ii". Jb.it 1 rallied ' rat Iiev vi m;.; life. Lis pa ii 1 will Siiiiii;, had only cla; when he t as . t'.-r. II is, a-:: I CSsiou I i' lullv loi 'vii: ;' said, " My se tii.cliiaiiv'. i a T!i:a.-''in i at till! place w in. cam j .ut up ialo lb . s In ,, ."' 'fill make a rapid retreat '.are. I had'nt no idee w as so well organized, and went for hi in in a side for my time of nuts lived m ar by, and i .1" that l" minutes i t ;:fn i' tiic tirst act, ".irrieil leiine on a shut- ii.l met the solium pro- door, ami after keer 1 er oi l; ;n ing over, she :l. 1 see how it is tjis i:'i e be a tbolin' round .iii 'eii. Von went in ici'i i bey pat the grain i'.'i the straw, ami vou thin iiin'iig, and let ..I oa vou, didn't vou, :e .. i of l.o !i ing ( r "i i'-." that disl'iiriiuit i: I ', at ion in.'i e clear s ,'.'i'iy for him, and 1 i."d him till he got Well. til. lav son thin-em, Id ii vm.,; man's it. ' I v. wen! a:.-! mi- His leg lar original f.ither being ab sent t.i t!i" v. ar, I told him I'd be a fa!la r to hii.i hp . !!'. lie snail a sickly M' bei a kii I V.ib 1 l e iit't;.-. i ease".. Mllifcs I'I- fee nl said I'd alieajy iv, 1 1 I itlu rs to him. v l iii.t it' ; 1 1 orter m "pi ia estreme pi-' is if a man na I he i ,'.al c n i k I'd I in n .my left cheek lo him, piobly ; but if he iasinooa;. s ih. i my rau mother wasn't nil r'.ghl. I'd punch his hcd. lint lit in is I'li.Vble t.in. s-', g. n'iall.s f-)ieakiii. and whenever any enter prism countryman of mine cuius over her.' to scoop up a lb ilou in the prize ling, J'm alius o.ivssively tickled vh' ii lie j;i'ts seoi jicd hisself, which it is a tad fuck has thus far beeiilhe east my only sorri r iiem tlmt t olli er . It"; vMiii h is a manly sport, and 1 can i.;i! cpl. in Mr, ilamil's rcsiint tie fiat in this i nimti y tui the giiuimls that he wiimi'i useil to Lrilish water. 1 hoie this eilai.atiin will been tinly satisliu fry in a!l. As I icinarkei'l al'oie I'm y, ttin'on well. I'm aware t but 'u, in the great metrop'li-. of the wmhl, and it doesn't make me unhappy to mlinit the lack. A man is a ass who dis pools it. That is till that ails him, J know there is sum pcplc who cum over here and snap and snarl 'boat this and that. 1 know 1 man who nay it a shame ami a disgrace that HL 1'aul's Church isn't a older edilis; lie say it dluuild be jenr ami even ago older than it is; hut 1 decline to hold iny self responsible for the f rHiiliict of thin tdyit. niinpL? ber.nu but it is supposed that in leaning forward, or in reaching to take hold of the handle, the crank stria k him, ami as the car was running back wards, he was knocked cr the end upon the track, when the cur came upon him. He was about l.'i years old, ami leu visa wile and two chit diva, I'alritoniiiii, A chap iniiiiired at the xist of lice in i;ric, the other day, for a let ter for Kner.v Hogdcn." He was told there was none. " Ixmk ei-e," he replied, a little angrily, " yoii'yo hexiuiiineiied a IumIiI letter Ibr my naine. If don't coiiinieiiee with a liuiti li ! It liegin M idi a lio! Iitiok ill tlie nle tliafn got the ho'i T Toy your 1iV.j. Xti I). 1. 1-tiU II nr. The Toledo :(-, of the tilth inst., is responsi ble fur the following : A soldier of this city who served with distinction as colonel of a Mi chigan regiment, was approached yesterday by an ollicerw ho supports Johnson, with a suggestion that, as military men, they ought to pay tlieir respects to l'resident Johnson upon hia arrival at Toledo. " Yom may, bnt I will not," repli ed the Michigan colonel, " for I have no respect for him.' " Hut," iptoth the Johnsonian, "you will go with us and show jour respect for (irant and I'arragut who accompany him: won't vou'" " My dear sir," replied the colo nel, " there was once an old lady who kept a boarding house for la borers. One morning she came across il piece of tainted lieef, which she purchased cheap and boiled for I dinner. It " smelt to heaven," and j not a boarder would touch it. That evening she sliced and fryed it, but it wouldn't tin it st ill smelt. Tlie i next morning she made hash of it. but it smelt louder and louder, w hen a boarder could stand it no longer, spoke his mind : Look here, old lady, you may bile it, you may fry it, or you may spile good potatoes by hashin' it with em, b it that meat stinks, ami ,ou can't crowd it down me in any shape.'' " Now," contin ued the positive colonel," "you may take Johnson boiled, fried, stewed, or sandwiched between two as good iota toes as (irant and I-'arragut, and he stinks. You can't crowd him down me at any price." Tl.j convention closed abruptly. Foi.n'K Corn r. On complaint of (irand Juror Joyce, several old of fenders veil' yesterday brought be fore Justice Smith, to answer the charges against them, and were con victed and disposed of as follows: Frank Mnrseman, drunk; lined 1 1 Win. Yalinuette, drunk; iined ll.il."i. Valiquette was re-arraigned on a charge of assault and bat tery, the circumstances of w hich j were of such an aggravated nature, that the Justice held him for t rial at the March term of the County Court. Fidcl'a Johnson, drunk ; fined 1 l."a. Fidelia was also convicted of viola1 ion of the liipior law and lined ild and costs. Kllen Mahor, violation of the li quor law ; lined '.j and costs. Richard Johnson, assault and bat- terh ; lined !?"" and costs. llutlmul lirniht. Since Juls the Cholera has found 1 107 victims in Cincinnati. A drunkard in Alexandria hid Ld0d, and couldn't tind it when si iber. Kossuth, ohl and worn, is a de pendent upon the world's charity. I'kuvi thk Indian Cm nti;y li:st tk or Winn: Women tijom i'lIK S.WAliKS. .St. Lnulx, Mo. (M. 11. (.'apt. Harlow, of (leu. Sher man's stall', arrived here yesterday Iroin Fort Dodge, where he saw two w bite girls named Moyle, one 17 and the other Li years old, who had been ransomed from the Kiowa Indians. The girls say that on the L'7th of August lasl the Kiowas attacked their home in Northwestern Texas and killed, scalped and burned their father. Themselves, mother, and sister eight .ears old w ere carried oil' in captiv ity and treated with the utmost cruelty. On their arrival at the Indian camp the captives were knocked senseless with clubs and repeatedly ravished by the fiends. They kvetc treated in this way four or live limes every day. On hear ing the commanding olheer at Fort Hodge, not having sufficient force to rescue them ell'ceted their ransom, and w ilt semi them to their friends in Texas as soon as they recover from t heir terrible sull'crings. While in tin Indian camp the otlieer sent to arrange their ransom saw the cap- lives knocked tlowu three times and iolated. i ( ien. Sherman v ill be here on the i Mill inst. i A .money hunter being about to I many a fortune, a friend asked him I how long the honey inooii w ould last, i ' Hon't tell me of the honey moon,' he replied; 'Its the ha .'Vest lliooli i v i!h inc.' A u Irishman said he didn't come I.i this country for want. He had ph'iit of I li.tt in old Ireland. ! The i lies of California are loaded down with fruit of unusual m.c and i sweetness. Texas has exported w ithia a short time a million dollars worth of cat lie. An Kiiglish journal speaks of the Key. John I'ierpoiit as ' an abolit ion ist, a teetotaller and a spiritualist.' W ell, what of it f he wasn't an F.ii glishinan, thank heaven. A saloon keeperiii Couyeelieut has oeeii convicieii on a enaige ot iclu sing lo allow a colored person to play billiards at his tables. Sweden and Norw ay are rising out of the sea at the rate'of half an inch per milium, ami (ireeiiland is giadu ally sinking. The potato disease is making sad ravages in Home part of Knglaml. rreiichiind Voyehulid, a French merchant in Hoinbav, has failed for M.HKyoo sterling. riiysicinim advise us to drink less at oar ineaU. llctter advice ili Ink Darling & Divoll, Low for Cash It INT Oltl VI II, Wimlil rc-i'. .'I fully mil the nttriitimi uf tin' I.ulilir tu tlii-ir lai'.t Ht.irk it' li.HNU, whii'h lave Iii-i ii limialit ut dip Iiiwi-kI l.ricuK, and ure t-uiniuM'il, in iurt, uf the fuiluwiu : riiixrs, I'OPUXS, DELAINES, ALPACCAS, and DRESS GOODS of ever v kind and ilt Mi'i-iptioii. A large an- SOl-tllU'llt of II A T S , CATS, X3 o o t s raxicl BIiooh, 'ofl'ee, Teas, Tobacco, Molasses, Sugars. Salt, Fish, Nails, VllOCKERY and 11 A HI) WARE of every iU'Ni'i'itlim. MHDI O I JV U , r.XTF.yT MKDICISKS OF ALL KIXDS. I'll iu In mid Oils. Wi' would cull espcr'uil iittriition to our large and wi ll ji l.'i Ini Ktni'k uf REA I) YMA IE CLO TlllXd, and dents' Furnishing (Jooils. If y.m wish to lmv a niic Suit of Clothra. and I. in O...D. ...,. 1 :.. . .- ' vw.ii, u.i.l ?.- II, IM-Il.ll- .Mllj; . i-i ... . ... MiM wiMinig i.i lmv fancy I 'lesiincicy and 1 int'.Uiiif, we would Kav, vo'n will do well lo I nil ami m i- us lu lolc liiiyin. fur wc know thai we can ivc v.ui piii-es tloit will Mitify you. Wc always have a lurm stuck ol ouil-, on hand, and arc coii.-laiillv receiving new yuud I'lnni market. LndioM! L;uli ! Wc respectfully call your alien! ion t our fii and coniplclc stuck uf IMPORTED DRESS GOODS, tSummir Sluucls. Cloves ami f'araxul, lints. Caps, Jiiiniii ts, ami MilUiwry Goods uf nil kinds. W c have in our employ an experienced Mil liner and Urcsri Maker,' who will itlwuvn lie happy to wait upon ladies that may favor us with I he'r parronuiic. Hoping that we hhall continue to receive a "hail, of yunr custuni, we remain, very truly Your oli't K.-i'v'N, DAUI.IMi & ll VlU.I.. East t'oriiilh, .liuie I, siln. Hf W'E HAVE JUST HE EN TO BOSTON, f T uuil utuigbt good aui t lucu t uf NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! AT TIIE lll.VI)IOIM VARIETY STORE. Just From Market, ii KHJt IS K'H S A l,00. HH.IUFOKI), V F 11 Mo. XT. rpill': l'"'I l IM1 AII I K I.KS CUM m. pus.' a purtiuu uf my .slock in n ude : i'nn t'rrt ion cry. All kinds of Common and Kancv ('undies, ('mi','h DruiM. I.o.cneM. c. I'l-nll anil "u. t'oiiMlintf of Oraiiei., Lion. .114. Ani.le. Kij5. Intc. aniiii-, l-.iiu. Am. VVainuls, Uracil .N'iiIh. I'eanitlH, FillicrlH, ,Vc., A e. Tnlinii-o :mmI lKnrM. Of all Ih.- ilillerent hrand.-, Ineludinj5 Annv, Navy, l ine I ui, ,Vc. ,Vc. I'lsll, OynlrrN, Ac. Kn-sh llaliliul, t'ud, Mackerel, I.ohster-, Sinuked Ucriliitf, Sardine. Ac. Uvster Stews 11111I fr'rien served at linrt 110th e. " Alex and 4'orliiiN. Purler. ( liampai;iie Cider. Sim! 1. S11 ill Beer, Port, Madeira, and California Wincn, Huso Water, ilav Uimi.&c.' .1 ell lev 11 ml .In ma. Itii.ipherrv. Straw herry. P h, Quitirn mid I'ineappl.'.lellieH and .lama; uImi. Tumatu and Milium Ketchups; Picklen. Pepper Sauce, mid uthcr artiele.-i in this line. Apples and Onions lor sale hv the barrel, ur in l.-ss ipiantilies. I'h.ase (jive me 11 call. lliiidl'ord, June 1J, Isilti. tf HE A SOX A RLE GOODS, For CMh, which enable! u to null ut Prices that Can't be Beat, Consisting in part of Dress Goods, Scotch & American Ginghams, Black Silks, Prints, Mous J)e Laines, Domestics of most all kinds, a good assortment of Woolens, Summer Stud's for Men and Boys, Silieias, Drill- 1 ings, &c, &c. imc i n. n. o ix m of all sizes and Prices, I'AIXTEIt YIXI0V .SHAKES. PAINTED CAJtPKTS, READY-MADE CLOTHING. HATS AND CAPS, Crockery and (ilusxirare, dim us mill m i:ii 1 i:. (loves. Hosiery, Xet. Hair Pull's. Corsets, Linen and Pa(H-r Cullurs mid Cutis. Neck Ties, Scarfs. HiidLineu Handkerchiefs, Yankee Nutions, Toys, I'uiier ami Envelopes of every style and price, Hair Oil, Pomades, Perfumery, Bud Cook ing extract, Cigars, Fine Cut tobacco, and Worcester's Hop veaat ; WORSTEDS, 4 fold Zephyrs, for Breakfast Capes and floods Single and Split Zephyrs, iu all shades, !' lrlvlnix CJIoTen, Buck Gloves and Mitten. BUY THE BEST! Bliss' Excelsior Hair Restorer. Fur Ctl cts. per Buttle. it not a Pye ! will nut injure or soil the skiu in the slightest degree, it will in nil cases restore (irav Hair tu its original eolur. It is one uf th'n best Hair Dressings, keeping the liuir glossv and moist. Prepared by K. lti.iss. Agent, llrad- luru, l. PHini wnuicsaUijiUil n'tail hv T. J. FI.AM1KKS. Also, the Hungarian Hair Dye. Revenue StanipN, In till dciiuiiiiuutiuiis, at the I'uMellice. 1 T. J. FI.AXHKKS, l'nstiiiuster. FURNITURE WAR EHOUS E. 1 rim f. si'itsciuiiKH cuntixi fsto car. I rv 1111 the t AlllXF.T Kl KMIfltK III s. IXKSS, at the (lid Stand, at tin- South end uf lilt AlH'Oltlk Vll.l.;i furmell y nceupied by A. 1'. Sll', where he has 011 hand, and is constantly nianul'a. t iirin from the I.i ..s materials. a general assortment of Cabinet lni'iiit tne, consisting in part of SOFAS, SK( I!l".I'Al;ll'S, liriiKAfS, Cuttace and f'niiitni.n HeiNteads. ('enter, hiu ins. Card. Work and lin-ss I'al.l. s. Light and Washs). inds. Can.". Worn I Seat, lllack Walnut .Hid Mahogany B P1 Also, I 1 j Cash paid for Potatoes, Wunl, and muM kinds uf l'roducc. W. 11. ,t ('. S. STKVKX.S. llradfurd. June 1 1, IMisi. I NO. a IIAKDY'S BUILDING, And examine u large and well selected stuck of 1'inifJ md Mlsiplc 4'rfnrlcis. I have always 011 hand lllack. .laintii, and Cn ell Teas, Cotlees, Spices. Sugnr, .Molasses, Lard. Dry and I'ieklcd Fish, Tripe. Vinegar, Dried Frail. Tapioca. Snuo, Farina, Corn Si arch, Cooking F trails, Tula 11 uf all kinds, Kerns and Cnul (lit, Fruit Cans, Lumps, llrunnis, Whips, Ac., c. .lust received, 100 RamlH Choke Wintnii Flour, Which w ill be sold low, mill every barn l war ranted. I hale also it (.ouil iissurtllll lit uf SADM.I.UY M.I!IV.II' purchased of tin. liianiit'ael liters, Hi nieliiln r, lie keens the l.e-t uf eier 1 liing. Dull t forget the place,' A. (ISlKlKX, 1 X11. .1 ll.11. I's lliiililiiig, lira. It'ord. I 10 TO F. .V II. T. KK K & Ci.. IIKHF. ' 1 VUII can eel Teas. Cutlees. Sn..nr Kii.li ! Tripe, Flour, Choculatc, III. una. M11eear.ini, : Ttpioca, Sauu. Vermicelli, ami cvervlliiiig else ; at the very lowest prices. To I'a riiM-rx. j Ft I.I. STOCK OF- I Si vtlii H, I'oi hs. Hay and I hind l.aki's. Shovels, lines, Iron Mars, Won! Twine, Sheep Shears, Mut ter Talis, and liest Dairy Salt, At the li.ivest liuilket prices, by I'llICIIAKD. Ai".rrii HAfji. 'iIF. SI IISCUI1IF.U WII.LSF.LL AT ITU- I Ii.' An. lion oil S.ilnr.liiv, (let. 1:1. at one o'clock I'. M., his Fiirm sliiu'itcd in Falrlee, on the direct road from lira. I tor. I to I'i ml Mills, ill.iii -.' miles uf lliaillor.l village. I) miles I rum tlieliend of Kali lee I'uiiil. formerly known the David Hli Knrm." Said farm con tains ah.. nl IH acri's of gisnl I11111I, suitably di vided ititotillnL'c, pasluriiigand wimnIIh ml, well niitcreil, and has n gnnd snuar and apple or chard 1. pen (t, warmly situated, within line loniili mill, ut a school house, and also one fourth mile from n iroo.l saw mill. He will al sn si II une iinir of three yens old steers, com ing lour, bright red, 111 guud winkers, 4 gmid cuws, '.' rali,.,, a guud fill pig. um good hived iug iini.i ni'ighiug hIm. at I Inn, new iiuggy Hhuoii, Iihi good new sap buckets, '.' sap pans, I I1.1 1111-s, can, plow, liurrows, gllli.lstone, mid any ipiaulily ut household furniture. Also bis Inn and mujn iisisllug ut some I'.' tons buy, cut 11, l.iii lev, mils, potatoes ami tipples, also lot of posit ry. i cT" Terms iniide known nn day of sale. IIKNIiV (IHUAT. A. II. CitmiiKSi it, Auctioneer. Kali ep, Oct. (t, INiitl. ri i i. a. ki;i., Ti: wm i.n uksi'kctfi-li.y ixfokm tlie public that we kccpiun.sta tlv 1111 ! hand, for sale, ' i The Larji'st i Best Assortment of f.illin A fakei? to be found iu the county, which we are selling haptr Ihnn al any other Km liiblKhment. Also, .MAXI FACTI HF.IIS OF ALL KIXDS OK II 13 1 H T Ii: ADS, which will be sold Whulesule and Retail nt the lowest tigures. S. A. FISH & SOX. Thetford Centre, Vt, July 5, 1. c. Fnlent ltcrliiiiii Iinir, Willow Wagons, Children's Chairs and Cribs, 1 oriaine anil anil Met Sinks; also, Tl'( KKK'S PATF.XT SI'RIXi; IIF.DS, ChnnilMT Sets and Lookiie.. Chi-s, -,, Also, n lare a-ssortmi at ui' Rvndy-Madv Cajjins, Cuihrts, and (1 rare Clothes un h:i;id, m hieh he w ill funiish as reasonable as can be atlor.b'd, tr1111111.il iu a neat and ta-ty mauniT, ur tu suit the purchan r. lie is also agent toe WII.CIlX V IJUIIK KAMII.Y sj:wll Mil MINKS. .-.) ul'NX A M I n IX ( LolllKS WI.'IM.KK. l. J'. Ml AW. Jr. lira. Hi. nl. Yt., .I.ih I .'. H1.1I. ilm., THE HALLETT BROTHERS Are now daily receiving a new sad Elegant Stock of DRESS GOODS Vovllen, Uats, Cap$, Jtc, Comprising a complete assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Which, fur elegance uf style, will lie fonnd tin ly superior to anything heretufure ufli ri in this illagc, all buiight during the pn-.u stagiiattun uf prices. ! I'lain and Fancy Silk, Poplin, Mo. hairs. Rnuilnnines, Atpacvaii, I Grenadines, llareyes, All ' Winds, C h a m bra t, ; G i n 0 h a in t , 1 Prints, dec. Our success in llradfurd has thus far b" beyond our expectations and our trade is iU. increasing. Our determination is tu so 111.1 age cur business as tu merit cuutitiuaiirr .' the success w hich has aTtcuded our beguiLix-i As regards the UKCOM MKXDKD HY THK SIOSTSCIKN title Analytical Chemists to he The Best on this Continent. It not only restores the Hair to its natural color, and keeps the head free from DamlrnH. but it is the most lll l Tin 1 Hii.siNii that can be prudiiecd. J. STICKNKY Li 'uthcr Dealer, Manchester. X. II. I feel conlldcnt that it operates nut as a Hair I've, but to restore the routs to their natural healthy stale. HIUAM 11. SLOAN. Carriage Manufacturer, Manchester, VII. I have used J, (. lUiinm's Vi;..i.t un K II tin UiiSMin ATIVR for almiit two years, and have found it the best preparation 1 have used. JASON WK.VION, Clerk (las Co., Manchester, V II. II certainly will stopthe Fullinir Out of the Hair. DAM KL I.. MFVKNS. Late High Sbcrill. Manchester, N. II. 1 have used J. I(. llAiittiTr's Hun Ki.stiira Ttvi. fur the past year, and consider il iiH-i-iir to any uthcr iu ue, J. II, KATl IX, I'lupriclnr City Hotel, .Manelichicr, X. II. I have tried most all the other Kcsloratives, and never found any that did mv hair Hie liiial elite like II uuti.rr's. Col. H. ('. HALL, Manchester, N, II. It Itesturcs dray Unit-; It prevents Hair Falling Out ; il changes the roots tu their nrig I1111I organic act ion ; it eradicates DauilruHs mid 1 1 iun.it ; it keeps Hie scalp health) ; it cmiliiins no liduHuus Ingiedieuls ; an. I is uni versally ncciiiiled to be a splendid Dressing, and Supi rinr Tuili t Article! its merits arc in side the buttle. Fvery bottle contains more liipiid than any other dollar pre pa rat ion. No largo rewards olfcrril to establish lis c (li ra. 'y : hut wo 1I0 guarantee to refund the money to nv person who will use two buttles, 1II.I f f... ,.( 11... IJ. I.... I ..II I . " iu.. ."ii ii.-sii.iinn.. 1111s iiihi'u in do all we claim. We have Instructed all our .in'..." inn oiiiiiy 111 rooiiiiv wiiu tne aliovr iiimmntv. J. U. II A lift KIT CO.. Manchester. V II. I'rupiletors. M. H. Hi tin (.,, (jcncral Agents, Huston. N.d by W. II. ft (', w. NrrviAs, llradford, A. H. KmiwKM., Wells lliver. F. II. T. Kcycs A Co., Newbury, and by all druggists, ,'i.w I s(-nl' i'nriiiliiiiK 4s'ooI. j t noon stock of cLoriiixii, com- prising : Frtirk, Sin k, nml .'msiiicss Coal, J'Hiiixjniil I 'trig. In lutch, liinjn' Cimlt nmt hutirrt, Hhirltanti Ihtixrm, U't'Sitmt Cups in grtHt ronWy, At IM.Ml IIAKDS. .TleriiriW. VOEXKUAL ASSi iKTM EST CO.VSTAXT Iv 011 hand. Also, J'ATKNT MKDK'INI'S, Oils tvirl Dyo atuffs. l'rcscriptiuns carefully put up. l'hvsi. ians supplied at small advance frum cost. en icil a I; D. HOOP S'CtRT TRADE, Only pume and see what we can do for ro Our stuck in this line is very large, and of' ta Very lira I Unite nad tjle. T-rrrr Skirt spld brwb SY X Kit Aef TED. . 1 11. . 1 iimi:ic. Boot, Shoe, and Leather Dealer, AT THE OI.H -ULISS .ST.I.VI," Would say to his patrons, and the public gen erally, that he feels grateliil fur paM favur, and that he has now on hand a guud assort ment uf HOOTS, SIIOI'S. and I.KATIIi: K, which he-utters fur I'hkK ur Vtnily i'mi asclicap us can 1m-buiight in inaiket. and woiild invite all whn arc iu want uf anything iu his lino, tu call and examine bis excellent stuck. He lias Hoots and shnes uf every dcseriptiuii, and all uf excellent ipiality ami tlnish. (iuuil Calf Hunts fur f I..VI 1'iMir liaitcrs p ,0 Children's plain and Copper tips no Wulliell's llallllor.il Shoes ; And other SIuh's at (he same cheap rates. Ho lias lllove Calf uf his own tanning, which lie w ill warrant to give satisfaction. Iiimii-iny ilnne al tlmrl nnlift, anil nnrk mailt In oi-irr. llradfurd, June In, IT.'i. v) Htw 'nrrln:c Mhop. rpilK Sl IISCUIIIFU HAS JI ST KITTF.D 1 lip a shop in insliip's lluihllug, nearly uppusite the Paper .Mill, where he will pay Sl la lAI, AITKsTIIlN TO lll l'WtllMI Old Wnguiis, Sleighs, and all manner of Ve bieles, us well 11s to iiiake new ones. He has ha.) long experience in the best shops In t he State, ami all writ will be dour Iu the must thorough manner. IIF.NKY 1. DlaiWX. Ifrailloril, July v:.), iM ti, 7 HO M EST iv nisns. I II HK HOMFRTIC WtNK.H of o-r OWN I liiailiilaetlire, fur .Medicinal purpusi s. For alo In iiiliiiitltlc to suit. ItwV.rti1, tsttnCM. XKW (iOODS. A LA HOE 810CK .SOW Ol'K.Xl.XO, For sale ut LOW PHICKH. . riKo, I'KiciiAiin, Ag't Uradforil. Sept. ft, IMiiil. 13 Duly' Vegetal , ltnmrst la the best Uihv nt ml PMb '4(11; mt. '. O. J. WAItlt vvn:i. 1 M A HITN. OXK DOIIH XtHiTH (if J tlie old " llliss .Stand," has always on hand Hie lirsl ipiality uf f. O. I). WAUHASTKlt HOOTS J- SIIOKS celebrated the world over as the best in use New pairs given in all cases where Ihev prove defective. Also. Hoots nml Shoos of 1,1. ,,wn inaiiulactiire, nlways on hand, lor either set or age, and all kinds, sizes and fashions. Work .Mini, lo Tirana rs ami Repairing done in Short Order. I'rli es ns low ns at any other store Iu (he conn ty, white the ipiality of the stock used Is far siitierior to :hal iu general Use. llradford, June in, Iseii. v Nnli, lloom Sk lllliid. rpiiK RCIISCHIIIEU HTIIX CONTIXI KS 1 nt the, shop former It occupied by the Mor risons, nvrr U. If. Al.lil. b s kill Kactorr. In lltaillord. whore he will lie ready lo attend to all calls for Hash, Doors and llliuds, and fur Ct'STO.W t aUSKIUT. JOB WOllK .fel;ur0atrt!:ir',,,,T TmM j Fnic;t Fa tut, j Beautiful Sun Shade, ! Eiiibroidrri, XotioM, Trimmingi, ami Jtkttoru, In great profusion. Heme 1. '.ur, this is a Ns Stors. No Old Stock I No Old Stock 1 1 Wc shall try to make it for the interest of e cry one to liuy goods at our Store. We buj GOOD GOODS AT LOW FIGURES In order to sell good good at low figure. Our atoek nt FA Mill' GROCERIES and pnovzaioNs W 111 always comprise the best (a Iw found In the markets, at home or abroad, and Kill I ; aold a aa the aata tjuallty oaa be found in (he eouu.y w.w i , tiat.i.sT '