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" The S e w Oeleans ' Murder
EBS. G$n. Grant, it will lie mnein-
'heird issued wi order some mouths
sine1 diret-tiiig the c-onuiiaiuler of
the Department of the Gulf, In caw s
wlrcr the civil authorities refused
to arrest and bring to justice ier
hoiis charged with the commission
of crimes, to arrest and hold such
criminals as prisoners nntil the civil
authorities would consent to !rinj;
them to justice. Vet over two months
loii-Kii jiiru rre ciiiiijj,i-ti
with artici)atim in the unprovok
ed assault upon and murder ot tne
Union men at the time of the riot
!in that city in Julj last, all of which
'changes were duly brought to the
knowledge fof Gen. Sheridan, and
Dot one of tlie.so have lut'ii arrested
by either military or civil authori
its. Icople began to ask a good while
ago. Why are not these assassins
and rioters arrested t We now have
nn answer. A late telegram from
Ofhtana nfi-aaa nn
- " w ' w main lunuiiin 113 IIUIL LIIC
rresident ordere4" .Gen. Sheridan
not to arrest thes red bai.dod mur
derers ofXaEpn men.'and to totally
disregard Gtu. Grant's order in the
premises.
Tbia is in keeping with the Presi
dent s whole course relative to the
New Orleans massacre. The nssas
Hins were his friends and snpjiort
ers. The murdered men were Uni
onists and consequently his enemies.
Most oftheir murderers were ex-rebel
soldiers, and Andrew Johnson
has pardoned too many rebels for
murders committed by them during
the rebellion to hesitate about pro
tecting them in the panic murderous
business now, and more especial! v
as they now arc all numbered among j
his staunchest supporters, while the
murdered men were his political !
enemies.
A distinguished French engineer
lately went to bed with his hair in
its normal condition of glossy black,
dreaming a horrid vision of impend
ing death, and awaking, found his
hair had turned entirely gray.
Caroline S. Brower, a sewing wo
man of Sew York has just recover
ed a verdict of $1000 from Charles
E. Fleming, a young merchant, for
saying " Cad, I want to make a
wife of you," and neglected to do
80.
" In reply to a resolution of the
House of Representatives calling
upon the Secretary of War for the
number of prisoners ou either side
held, aud that died during the war,
the following report is made : Num
ber of Union prisoners ttouth, -'lib,-010
; number of Coufedeaate pris
oner North, 200,000,; number of
Union prisoners died, 122,;"7(1 ; num
ber of Confederate prisoners died,
lit,43C. According to the above,
one Confederate prisoner died out of
8 smit North ; while of the Federal
prisoners scut south only 1 died out
of 12."
The above erroneous statement,
piven by the Washington S'ar, and
which is now going the rounds if
the Democratic papers, is calculated
to deceive the. people.
The exact number of deaths among
the Union soldiers in the rebel pris
ons never will be known, but it is
probably nearer forty thousand than
.the above estimate. Dr. Hamlin
says in " Martyria,'" " Of the imm-
( ber of Federal soldiers v ho hav e
been held in captivity during the
rebellion by the rebwls, more than
thirty thousand of them are now
dead." We know trom oflicial rec
ord that twenty-three thousand are
'buried at Andc'rsonville and Salis
bury alone. Besides these two pris
ons are to be reckoned Belle Isle,
Lilby and Danville, tin Virginia,
"Wilmington aud Jtelcigh in North
Carolina, Florence, , Columbia and
Charleston in South Carolina, Mil
len, Thomasville and Macon in Geor
gia, and the prisoners in Alabama,
Louisiana and Texas.
A UlNT TO TOUCTIV l'KOpLR.
I learned a good lesson when I
vrs a little girl," said a little lady.
" One frosty morning I was looking
Out of the window into my father's
larm yard, where stood many cows,
oxen and horses, waiting to drink.
The cattle all stood very Mill and
meek, till one of the cows, in at
tempting to turn round, happened
to hit her neighbor, when u on the
neighbor kicked and hit another.
In live minutes the whole herd were
kicking each other in great fury.
My mother laughed, and said :
" Sec what comes ot kicking when
yon are hit."
Just so, 1 have seen one cross
word set a whole family by the ears,
WBty morning. Afterwards,
on .. c .... ;-" myself were n lit
H my brothers . " !
tie irritable, she would s,
i, i e..carp' "'3 tJiildren rem...
er how the fight in the farm vnrd
begun. cver return a kick ior a
J J wl" :'o yourselves a
great deal of trouble."
The Northern Democracy i.
JVTho IJ.mr.Mi Star ,f
the Northern democrats ns ' "
deceived the South, and '
States recently in r" 'i"igesthe
buko these dunm- cuellion to ic
ing the pf .Rogues by ncccbt-
PT
aiBeU(Jrr-
posed
v'jMrtHuUuMiil
Wlllio Tl. a six yr-nrs old Ron of
Uonw.nl .llltltt. Of WlllOSOT, WHS
drowned ia a cistern on Saturday
.lat.., .
If a continuous m1M Iron mil
were laid from New York to Albany,
no amount of fore applied at one
ttid could move the other in less
than one minute ond a quarter, the
timft renniml for niecliaiilcul force
' to troTtM In iron that distauce.
'Cm
Bi7ii
Mumurk another' iln.
b MUUaM look irltLtn."
A Family Captured a Sava
ges. The Lppa en worth (Kansas)
Time has an account of the ransom
from the Kiowa Indians of a white
family by Lienf. llesselhergcrof the
Third U. 8. Infantry, which is sta
tinned at Fort Dodge. The prison-j
ers all belonged to one family, audi
at the time they were taken by tin
Indians were returning from a visit
to some sick relatives, and were but
a few miles from home when sur
prised ami captured. In the melee
that ensued the head of the family,
.lames Box, was killed and senlcd.
The remaining members of the fam
ily were immediately placed on ani
mal and hurried to the haunts of
the savages. In the haunt of this
relentless foe the child tell from the
arms of its mother, while the In
dians were goading the worn out
animals that cairied her. It was
crushed to death among the rocks,
the mother not being allowed to dis
mount and see it. The mother and
the two eldest daughters w.n. sub
ject to the most unheard oi cruelty
and outrages, and the youngest
child, unable to understand the
commands of her tieudish task-masters,
was placed upon live coals till
she was roasted. When rescued
she had almost forgotten her mother
tongue. Altogether they were in
captivity about ten weeks.
A young lady by the name of II.
Calf, returning from a visit to her
friends, near illoomficld, Iowa, was
way-laid and shot, the bal entered
near the eye and came out at the
back of the head. The inhuman
wretch then cut her throat from ear
to ear, and when dead, skinned and
quartered her, put her remains into
his wagon, covered them with a few
bundles of oats and carried them
into town, where they were discover
ed by some of the citizens when the
murderer made confession, it is sup
posed by some that he is insane.
Tell ine, angeiic host, ye messen
gers of love, shall swindled printers
lij.i-n lif.livur li-ivi. ni-v iixlwiu nlmvo
The shining band re; died, " To us
is knowledge given, delinquents on
the printer's book can never enter
heaven."
The Scoolm aster Abroad.
The following is a notice of a lost
Calf," which was lately nailed up
at the Winooski post ollice :
Wixooski, Vt., Nov. 2, ISM;.
Found A Heller on the premisses
oequipide by Peter Shiatt this is a
Spring Calf She is Half White and
red She is white on the Back And
She is in good order the hnnore of a
lost Caff Will call at .1. S. Tiil.bs
Co Tin Shop and lie will' get infor
mation. A Frenchman who had been in
India, speaking uf tiger hunts, re
marked: ' When ze Frenchman
hunt ze tigare, ah! zesport is grand,
magnifique ! But when ze tigare
hunt ze Frenchman, ouch! zere is
ze perry tevil to pay !"
To Those wi:6 Borrow a Pa
PER. The following should be read
liy every man who lias neglected to
take a paper in his own (dace:
' Breathes there a man with soul
so dead who never to himself hath
said 1 will some count y paper take
both for myself and family "s..ike !
If such their be, let him repent and
have the paper to him sen; and il
he'd pass a happy winter lie in ad
vance should pay the punter."
Siiahp Practice. A Yankee,
having a large family, found it rath
er ham to keep ii) the table, and
has adopted the following plan :
At evening just before supper he
calls his children around him and
addresses Mm m as follows :
"Who'll take a cent and do with
out his supM-i r
" I. I, I!" exclaim the children,
eager to get the pi ize.
The old man pulls out a pocket
book full ot red cents, which he
keeps f.r the occasion, and alter giv
ing them one apiece, sends them oif
to bed.
Net morning they all look like
starved Audis.
The old man calls them around
him, and, with an uir ol'giavitx,
asks :
" Who'll give a cent to have a
nice warm biscuit for breakfast ,"
It is needless to say that the cents
are forthcoming.
KecIjAIMld. A t'lun'siKiiitlciit
writes from llclmont, X. V., tot hp
Tribune us follows :
"Sir mi aiuiisiiif strut' oceiii'ivd
at tlif Frcp .Mptiioilist t liun li in
our villiij; " on Siim1ii hist, l iiclc
.1., a lilt- Ion-: tiilinirt r'of T. W., ami
"hill an anli'iit worsliipppr, wry
' "oke away liuin t tu- Kc-
, with T. W.,
naturally .... s,., V(.n'
lullHtiiis last sp... . (',
ami report lias it that he
substantial aiLrBiii'iits in favtu .
41 My l'olity1' tlurinu tin' rotriit .'Hii
V'.ss. At any ratp lu ft-lt constrain
od to liiuKo coiifi'ssion of political
ww conduct anil alter asUinj; tin
bictlirt n to foiuivv nil liay for
liiin, sat down. Whereupon a yoim--
' it. . I... 1 1. i ritlk 1 1 1 1 1 if
huly sir leu up nif iijiii" is''""e.
" tiliuw pit v. I.rd I oh Iivd forgive ;
Let n pelding Rebel live.
Tliowlwlu poiiKicpition jtiincd,
alyou can iinaiiM' the cflw-t.
IUe"T. V."Hllmi.' - "v
fill.
st xuiir
l low Vvcl of couruo,
A coarse ill-nafured fellovr died
one day, and his frieiidH assembled
at his iunerul, but nooneliadii Kood
wont to say about Uie dtctused.
Hven ut the grave, all were silent.
At length a good hearted Geiinau
ns he turned to go home, said :
" Veil, he was goot shoemaker."
Cow belles beautiful milk otuids.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
AT THE ..
ISRA.TF,OIM
VARIETY STORE.
LADIES' & BESTS' FilRIIIISHISS GOODS
Gloves, Hosiery, Xcts, Hair Putts. Cornets.
Lim-u unit Piimt Collars and Cull. Xcck
- Ties, Scurfs, Hiiill.iiM'ii Handkerchiefs,
Yankee Xntion. Toys, Pnir mid
EiivclujM ttf evcrv Htyli unit
ii ici.. Hair Oil, i'tiniailca,
l'crfiinifrv. unit Cixik
iiiK cMrut-tH,
('ijjaiB,
Kiue Cul 1'ulmrro,
aud W.ir ci.t i' ll Tt-ast ;
voi:sTi:is,
4 folil ZfiliiM. lur HrfiiktiiHt CuX'HAud HuoiU
Sinlx and Silil ZVphyr. in ull itliudea,
jirnl lrltlus alovea,
Uurk Cilorva unit Mittciu.
33 xt -sr the best:
Bliss' Excelsior Hair Restorer,
For CJ vtt. jmt Ilottlr.
( i iiol a l'yr !
will not iiiliiif or noil the nkili in tlio nliuhtP(it
iIi-jjitp. It will iu all ennui ri'Htoiv Hrav Hair
to it ori(.'iiil iiilor. It mii of tlu ln-itt
Hair IlivmiiiH, ki-i )iii(j tin- Imir cIokkv and
innist. I'ri'iiiiri'd li.v K. lli.iw, Ai'iit, ltrad
ford, Vt. Sold lioliKulc mid rrtai liv
T. J. KLAXDERS.
Al.so, the Ilinmari.in Hair Dye.
Itevenue Stamps,
In all di'iioniinatioiis. at the I'oxtolTice.
1 T. J. KI.AXDKRS. I'oHtmanter.
FURNITURE WARFHOUSE
'piIK SfHSCRinKR fOXTIXfKS TO OAR
I rv on tlin CA lil.N'KT Kl'RXITl'UE IH S
IXtSS, at the Old Stand, ut the South end of
IlICAII'OKI riM..4UE,
fomiPilv oitiii t d 1T A. P. Sii.vw. whrr- he
Inet on hand, u.id is i-onstantly mantifacfm-luy
from the hcHt materiuki.u general assort ineut of
Cabinet lTurniture,
couBlstiuK ui part of
SOFAS, SF.rRF.l'AIHF.S, BCREAt'S,
CutiHxt unit Common lli'dstendri. 'enter, Ilin
iiiH. l aid. Work and 1i T;ihh f. Light
and Vnr.ht;niiN, Cane, "ooil-Srat,
llho-k Walnut and Mahogany
BB .9k JET BXL &j
. Also,
E'alt-nt Iterliiiiii"; Chair,
Willow Wagons, I liild n ti'i Chair
Porta'ole it ii 1 1 anl Wet sinks
am! ('libs,
IiImi,
Tl'CKER'S PATENT NPRlN't! n:ns,
Caiuiiiner N-ts and I.oo!iiii'' (iliisses. Aim. u
; ts and
large a
Hi!iiii''(iliisses.
H-t m. -nt of
R:vdy-Mo.dt; Vuflux, CnI;etii, and
(l r( re-Clot lies
j on hand. ;i he will funiulias naionalile as
, can In- ai'..,! il. .1, ti inii I in a neat and tasty
uiuuiaer. i i i. -in! the pmcli.ifer.
He is :1,. in fr WII.COX fflllHS
KAJIll.i MvWINti Ml HIVES, m 1 'il'.V.V
k A.UIIii'.VS ( i.urill-JS WRIXtiEK.
A. P. S'lAVV. Jr.
li
ford, Vt.. July l'.'. lV.li. Iim.'i
E'liriiithiiiX 4'ood.
A
(, i
pi .
ii slIICK Of
Cl.U i HINO, COM-
inn :
'A-. ;:!;. unit tlttsinrim Coats,
',..-,.' (,iir tVyfj, I; Mulsh,
i-l'V"' t.'utltH (luti 1 httttrrt,
X.'iirtti unit Iirttrrvra,
(!.' mitt Otis in rrent rlricty,
t - PlilCll AliDS.
:.N!.t; i
v on !i:u:'
assiiiitme:
. AI.,o,
T CONSTAN T
I'ATF.XT 3IEI)If.'lXE3,
Olira -I Dyo S3tntT&.
.'I can-fully
.-.Kall mh ailei
put up
Physicians
-n ;
d :
' I rom cost.
Fiat
II A I'D.
II. .
i i:iui:ss,
Boot, Shofi, and Leather Dealer,
at Tin-: (ti.ii .'..s.v .vy.i.v),"
Would i-ny to his patrons, ami the public gen
i rain . thnt he feels gruteliil for past favors,
and that he lins lms on liauii a good a.sirt
Inelit of
HOOTS, SIIOKS, ami .V, ATM i:ir,
wliieh heolVers 1'iirtWi or 1,'nnhi 'iwnsclirnp
a ca - bouglil iii uiaiki-t, ami would intite
!!! ..'. i . w:iii o it 1 1 v I i I in g ia hi. line, to
call -ti.d x.ui.ii.'- In , Mi'lh-iil stock. II-- ha
li.ii . d rl.e-s i I e cry description, and all
ot a '.'i U-:.t i. -.ml;' v a-:d llnish.
Oif ii i'ait I'.io i i ir f.'iO
Poor (t ntel i 1 ,,i
Children's plum .,ml Copper lips si)
Women's llalinoriil Slmet I.r.i
And other SI at the same cheap rate. lie
lias (iloe Call ol l;U own tanning, which In-
will w arrant In gi i-Miti.-lactiou.
lifmii in; linn, ,il u!,rl nnlire, unit irork mmu
hi iirrlt r.
lb ii 1 1 fi -ml , June In, pilii. v
ai'i i;i-;p Kio).
hie M'li.M'Riiin; has ,ii :.t fitted
in in lv
opposite the Paper Mill, where I
will pay
sitiim. liri.MniN r. i iih-mi iv,.
Old Wii-ons, Sb-ighs, and nil manner of Ve
hicles, as well as lo loiike new ones, lb- has
Hull long cvpci h-iice in the best shops in t In
State, innl n woik will he done in I lie most
llmroimli ii i ii ii ii. r. IIEN'KV D. BRitWX.
Bind ford, July -'. If Mi. 7
'. . I. WAItK AM
MARTIN'. ONE DOOR NORTH of
old " IMiss Stiinil,'' has alwnvs on
Uliy ol
J tin .
Iiiind the tlrt ip.. ''Ors ,( MioES
C. (. . U .li'.i .l A TEH
eelelilatrd tin- world over as the a
New pail given in nil case where I. lev prnvr
detective. Also. Boots nnd Shoe ol liisowli
iiiamifnctiire, ninny on liiind, for cither cx
ur age, and all hinds, si.e and fashion.
M'orU JIimI.' lo Irnsiurr,
uml
Repairina rf-
o iiort Order,
Price a low as at any other store in tip, coun
ty, while the i utility of the stock used l fur
Hiijieiior to that Iu genera) iihc.
Ilradloril, iltuie III, Isiili. . lyl
NnhlK lloorM A; Ulinri.
ri-UIE SfllSCRIUEU SI ILL COXTINT'EH
1 ut the lmii former I v occupied hv the Mor
tisun', over It. R, AldricU's Kill FiM tor.v, lu
llriidtoul, where lin will be ready 'o alleiid to
nil cull ior Sash, Door uml Hlinil , unit fur
CVSTOM it 0KSE1UL J0t W0UK.
All work done thoroughly, at reasonable
l ute, and ou short not Ice
W, It. LKAV1T7.
DradCord, Juuo 90, 1SC&
"Truth is Stranger than Fiction." j
IWM.O. HAi;iV. AM KEtM I-Alil-Y KK-
tfiving New I loud from the uianulae
Oitern an4 linMrters, lioaglit foreanh. tit low
tigunM, atid will he Mold at u Miiall advuuee
Iroin iMMt, with a Hiihslantial guaranty ol'ie
itiril iiliality, at
NO. I HARDY'S lIl lLDlXn.
Sueh a ( kirki. Watehen. Jewelry, (iohl. Silver
anil liuteil Wari'i in vai-iety. for etmimou
Mild xyreiif iiM-rt, including rhoier urti
vleit for Itirth ami Holiday I'ren
ei, and for Silver, (iohleu,
ind liiamond W'eddingi,
SiKer Smmiiii of Ster
ling iiialitv. Silver
i'lated Tal.le
and Pie
KniveH,
Forki.S(HMin.
Ijidle. Tea Set.
t'atoi. Cuke Sl Card
BaHketH. 'iii) A Oohteta.
Trwwt liaeks.Call H.-IU. 4te.. of
the lieHf (inility. Tahle and PiH-ket
CutU'ry. Itny and Short Sighted S(ee
taeies & Nose (UanrteH. lerieojiie 6c Mae
liifving (iUH-H, Fine Silvered t'ottiu Plate
luriiirthed and engraved tu order. Seizor,
Therimimeti'rs. Revolvers, Cartridge,
aud Waterproof Percussion Can,
ami many useful Yankee No
tion, too iiumeroiiii to
mention.
Clock and Watch work rurrrrllg done; also.
Joli work, including Surveying, ami Musical
Instruments, done with lasting utility. 1 am
' wiMed in the Wateli Dciiurtinetit hv mv fa
l ler, who hs tad luiteh (iractical cxHTieue
in this hruneh, and will t 1 1 . ml personally to
the real wants of iinortaiit Watche. He' will
give esjio. ial attention to Chronometer, flue
Duplex, anil j-i t Watches and Douhle Tim
ers, and willadjust and regulate them to Stan
dard Time, ith great accuracy of Jmtehronal
yiliration, that such timekeeH-rs may answer
fully the pmf Hiwe for which thi'y wen made, in
whatever position they nuiy he used. He will
put into good Old Knglisli Iw veni new part,
giving them the quick ami niiil'onii heat of the
American Watches, and will add the Chronom
eter Haluuec. well adjusted to temperature and
Niiiou. KKjMpiise from $la to according
to niiiulHrof pieces, tiuenesa of liiiish, uud ar
eiiracy of loljiistmeut.
Staff and Cylinder work. Pivoting and Jew
elling to a limited amount, done for the Trade.
My tlnieki I Iterehv tender to a geuerou
jiuhlie for mi liheral a patronage in the past,
and F resiM-cttully solicit n continuance of the
same. All order for goods or work, by ex
pre, stage, or otherwise, w ill receive prompt
and cartful attention.
WM.
G. HARDY.
1
Bradford, June li, IPfid.
J. m. vaui)i;,
WATCH MAKER
nd
ENORAVBK.
Also, dealer iu
Clocks, Watches, Fine Gold Jeicelry,
Siber, and Silrtr Plattd Wart,
of the host quality,
twjexjsp. COI.D. SILVER, ami STEEL
feytSfe HOWI'.l) SPECTACLES.
Poi-ket ami l':iMc Cutlery. Musical Iiistruuients
P!:;.togiapli AIIiiiiiis, ()M'ra and Siy Classes,
and Kam-vOoodsof nil kind, at the lowest
prices. Highest prices paid for old Hold and
silver.
Cloks. Watches nnd Jewclry
thoroughly reiiain'd.
More in South end PrkUmd Brick Star.
Iliadl'otti, Vermont. 1
A
1 TI.I. SKH K Ol' TEAS. MOLASSES,
SRCPS. SI (i.VI.'S, CttPFEK. TOBAC
CO, sl'll KS, and
FAXCY GROCERIES
of nil kinds. II ice. Starch. Ac. Also. Kero
sene Oil and Fluid. Lou and Steel. Horse and
Ox Shoes and Nails, Cut X.iils. Salt, Powder
ami shot, ri.-li. Pork, Conla.-e. (iriudstoue
ami Fixture. II now are and Cutlery, Flour,
tud Country I oiluee, at price a low us ran
lie linllglit i., Jie town orcolllitv
1 l'RICHARD.
Ii K.ITI KK.
4 OENEUAL ASSORTMENT OF NEW
J and Fashioualilc Fiirnitiire eoiistantly on
hand. Those wanting any thing in the line are
rosprrlliilly invited to call ami examine.
COft 7.V.S AM) CASKETS
Of various styles ami prices, neatlv trimmed
to onler on short notice. Also
Ready-Made Grave Clothss,
Colon Trimmings, Plates, Jte.
Also, ugnit fort lie sale of M VSOX .V HAV
I.I.VS CAHINET Oh'HANS. ami SAilTU'S
AMERICAS OKCANS.
tj.eriitnin ou h tml frr rxnminntioH.
CEO. I.. HITLER,
FirNt door South of Trotter Huh.
Hrailforil, June I I, lvi'u. 1
Cash: A: Ready Pay.
QUICK HALES
I
and
SMALL PROFITS
Second stock t Seasonable Goods note
Open.
Dross floods, Hl.nU Silks. Poplins, Mozam
iii-incs, Clu ck mid Plain Alpaccas, Alpii.es,
Bnri-ges. (iiei.ndines. Jaconets, French
Cainliiic anil Prints, lie I.aiiies,
tiiiighiiiis.Wliiti (oioils.Lace,
Ti iniliim; and lint tons,
Hoiicrv, ( (loves. Pai j
ls, Siiu rmhlel
las, Hoop
Skirt,
IS a i in n i n l,
(onsets, a tireat
vaiiety ol Small Ware
Dollllstii saml Woollens of
every ijinilrfy, Carpeti.ii; am'
Straw Milting, Pai-er llangi.,g
mid Wiitdim' Shade, and other art it-lcs
too iiutneroui to piirticiilaiixe. which will
he mid at tlx lowest market prices, by
tll.O. PIUCHARD, Ag't.
Briii'.f nil, .hue !, li'iii. I
Diseases of the Kidneys.
(VU.L AT I'll If II A II ICS. AND Oi l'
J WARD'S KIHXEV COMPOI ND, the
grenlcsi reined) in the world for all diseases of
l In- Kidney.,, pout loiget. Warranted to
gn en lief. o
fOFI-'IA's &, VASHIYIS,
Tl: Wol Ut RICSI'ECTFI LLY INFORM
' the . ill, he thai we keep coii.;,,,.,
hand, loi s .l.. V
L.'irirc.s
i
t A LW AssortnifDt of CoUins 1 Caskets
foiiinl iii ilp county, which we nre selling"
'.'lirnM-i- limn nt niiy olhvr V.m.
(iiUIlwl'iueut.
i
. . Also,
..i-iNlFACTl RERS OF ALL KIXDS OP
1 i 12 DHTKADrS,
which will be .old Wliolcsalo and Retail nt the
'"" S. A. FISH St. SON,
The! ford Centre-, Vt., Jul 5, Cm!
Tcnther's examination,
TDK EXAMINATION OFTKACllKHS FOR
I the winter Schools iu tin town ot Fiiirlec
will he lield nt the aclimil lion iu Dl. Xo. 4
on Sntiirdiiv t tin 1st day of Deo. at 1 o'clock 1.
M. Tha ri'titcu ut tliu towu Are iuvlted to
bo proscut, .
JOHN STRATTOJC, Bupt,
Ladies and Gentlemen I
DON'T RE DECEIVIH BY THE ItOU-
Hair Kcuewer. which claim to restore
your gray hair, but whirb are realty of no
value, except to make Your hair dry aud bru
shy, but try the genuine article, a preparation
which the proprietor warrant to restore gray
hairs, ami stop the hair from falling. and to re
store it upon bald head, uiiU-k hereditary.
That preparatiou is the
A M E li I C A N
. 1 Hi n EG EN ERA TOR,
aai II air llrcner!
For Restoring Oray Hair to it original color
and beauty, to keep the Hair from falling off,
to Restore it upon Babl Head, to keep the
Hair soft, Pliable, and lively, the AMERICAN
HAIR REiEXERATOK stands far alaive all
other preparation for the Hair. It remove
Dandruff, cures Humor of the Scalp, Cool
the Heated Brow, cure Nervous Headache,
render the Hair Soft and (ihwsy, keep the
Hair from Palling Off, even after' severe sick
ness, cause the Hair to Orow iiMin Halil
Heads, and rest'ire tSray Hair to its Natural
Color and Beauty. It is not a Dye, but net
directly upon the Hoots of the Hair, supplying
required nourishment, and tint oral color and
lieauty returns, ((ray Hair disappear, Bald
Heads an- covered, the Hair stop Palling, aud
a Beautiful Head of Hair is the result-of using
the American Hair Regenerator, The Ijiilie
like it for it delightful fragrance, and the rich
and glossy appearance it impart to the Hair.
Kor a common Hair Dresser, the American
Hair Regenerator and Hair Dresser stands at
the Head! Try one bottle and von will lie
convinced by it use that it i the liet Hair
Preparation ever ottered to the l'ublie. If it
will not do all we recommend, your money
will 1m- refunded, as it i warranted to gave
lierfect satisfaction, lie sure and call for the
American Hair Regenerator and Hair Dresser,
and take no other, and you will lie satisfied
that it is just what you want. Remem
ber when you buy the hogu preparation you
are throw ine von'r money away. Buy none hut
what is y WARUAXTED. and you will lor
nothiug. Buy it of your nearest merchant, or
send to the proprietors and get it by express.
Sold everywhere. A liliernl discount to tliu
trade. Price 7A cents per liottle.
C. C. DOTY & CO . Proprietor!!
Hardy' South Building, Bradford, Vermont.
KECOMMEXDED BY THE MOST SCI EX
litio Analytical C'lietnista to be
The Best on this Continent,
It not only restore the Hair to it natural
color, aud keeps the head free from Dandruff,
but it is the most BKAtr-rm't Hiikssing that
can lie produced. J. STICKXEY.
leather Dealer, Manchester, X. It.
I feel confident that it iqierates not ns a Hair
Pre, but ton-store the root to their natural
healthy state. HIRAM B. SLOAN.
Carriage Manufacturer, Manchester, X.H.
I have used J. R. Harrf.ttV VKr,F.T.nt.t: H air
KKSTtWATiVK tor about two years, and have
found it the beet preparation t have us. ii
JASON WESTON.
Clerk Gas Co., Manchester, X. II.
It certainly w ill stop the Falling Out of the
Hair. DANIEL L. STEVEN'S.
I.nte High Sheriff. Manchester. N". H.
1 have used J. R. Baiuikti's Huh Kfstoim
Tivt; for the past year, ::nd consider it superior
to any other in it-e. ,1. (). EATOX.
Proprietor City Hotel, Maiu hestei , X. II.
I 'nave tried most all the other Restoratives,
and never found any that did mv hair the tinul
cure like Bai:ici:tt's. Col. S. C. HALL,
.Manchester, X. II.
It Restore firav Hair; it prevents Hair
FaMingOiit ; it changes the roots totiieirorig
inal organic Ac lion; it eradicates Dumli-utf
ami lliiiuors; it keeps the sc.iln healthy; it
eontaiiis no in jn i ions ing'edieiits; ami is uni-vel-lill.v
accorded to lie splendid Diessiinj.
ami Superior Toilet Ai" cle; its merits are in
side the bottle.
Every bottle contain more liquid than any
ot her dollar preparation.
No l.iruo rewards offered to establish its effi
cacy ; I, nt we do guarantee to refund the
money to any person who will use two bottle,
and then say that our Restorative has failed to
do all we claim. We have iustru ted all our
agents faithfutlv to eomt.lv it, tl,,. ul,OVe
il ham v. J. R. BARRETT St. CO.,
Mam lu ster. X. II. Proprietors.
M S. li: t u - c Oem rid A;:e;its. Il..sto:i.
Sold by W. H. A- C. S. Sii.m... lt,a.l,or,l.
A. s. 1' inw i ii. W, n. lilv,.r. F. At II. T. K v. .
flr t o., Newbury, and by all druggist. vWl
New Fall Goods !
STRIPED & PLAIN ALPACCAS,
Rich All-Wool Thi'octs ami Detains.
Saxon ritiUta, Lyoucsts,
SCOTCH rT'"CV3IrX-:r3,'3,
Fancj ami Dlacl Dwsliias antl l'a;inicrcs.
LADIES' CLOAKIXOS AND FLANNELS.
Hoop Skins and B-ibnor.-ils. Black nnd Colored
i lvct and Card Ed-je Rihlions. Dress Buttons,
and other T l i mi in in
Hals, Cans, Boots & Shoes.
AI L STAPLE COODSIX OREAT VARIETY
just received by
F. & H. T. KEYES & CO.
Xewhiiry. Vt.. Sept. in, PT6. j
rnoTOGRA rinc gallery,
At No. I.i .V li II ai m's Bfii.iiiso,
IIi-Bclforrt, Vermont.
Is the phicc to go if you wish Ueo
Carte Dc Vi-ite,
Piiotographi,
Anihrotypes,
n r . . . . . ,,l'm Riettires,
All or which are flnisheil ncconliiig to the lat
est improvement of the Art. P.irticulnr at
tenliou paid to .mnUing rilnrt)nl, as well ns
sinnll Photograph i'r,m plciui-e .v .iun4.,u
persons.
I'liologrniili Albumn.
A fine selection constantly on liiinil. Also,
ill J. (lilt. Black Walnut, and Rosewood
Friiines, Si i n; 1 1 I r. inn s of ull si.e and kinds,
iniolc to order.
MANHOOD : HOW LOST, HOW
Abvv A V fcV fcj I,
I 1st ithli.?,:;;;;,, A kw edition ok
" Dr. Cuhervv ell s Cclchi uled l-.ssuv on the
lailhiil cure (without menu me) ol Sp'ciiuutoi'
rlueii, or Seminal Weakness, luv oliinlaiv Se
ininal Losses, luijioli-iu-, Menial and I'liv'slciil
Ineiii ncity, loipcititnciiis to Mimingi., ,
also. Coiisiiii,piion,Epilcisy,iim 1-ils.iiidiuni
''.Vsidi-indiilgeiiee or sexual extravagance.
t-ii. i.... j,, ,, .,.,,!,.,( cim-lojie. may u vi.U.
- - - " e.
1 lie cclcbrtlteil mitllOf, III till Uilloi...
ii.v.clcirly deuioii.iliates, I loin a thirty ) curs'
iln cesslnl inii tice, that the uliiniiiug eoiise
iiience ol seli-iihiisi) nn, v he lailietilly cilltid
wttUoul the tliiiiw, ,.M u'm' ul iulermil medi
cine or the aiiiilinition (d tlie kiiiic-poiuting
out a i 1c ... cure at one' Hin.dc. ce. ia In, and
ellcctual, by liieiin ol v, hicii "J siillelei ,
nn nun tit- vluil hi conilitioii miij' ")',')'
l-lire hiliisell 'i liilipl.v, juiviilel.v, uml rvffio '"'II;.
J ff'l Ids Leelllie sliniild be in tin liiind oi
evi ry vuiitn linn every liuin III the laiul.
N-iil', iiiulef seal iu a plum i iim lojie, tunny
liililii-, jvttjHiHt, ull receijit o six cent, or
two posl muiiiis. Also Dr. LuKcrweH'
" Miirrhign (iiiiuc," juict! '..') cent, Aildie
till' Illllllislll lS,
' CMA8.J. KLINKtCo.
1'.7 Howrry, Xcw York, l ot OUico box, ,r0.
VM
iMIIAMHER 8ET! -A VARIETY 0E I'LAIN
V j .....I it..,.i.,.,t1 lle.ln.om Suit. Mattlil-
., Sjii iug llutta, Cuttugl) UedsU-adssCl-ihs aud
I bwU n. TJIEI 64. CO B .
llf.lliliMiiliflll'li
Somctijing New !
DARLING & DIVOLL,
lul Corinth,
HAVE Jl'ST BOL'GHT A LARGE AND
complete stock of gaod for cash, which
we wiUl sell iW for tash or ready puy.
Wereietfullv invite ull who arc iu need of
Groceries,
Iteaily made Cloth
ing, Hats, Caps, Hoots ttr
Shoes, Medicines, Vaistsanil
Oils, Furs, Fur-lined ami Fur
bound Goods, Buffalo liobrs, Hells,
Hard Ware, Crockery, Ruhiter
and Worsted Goods, to girc
us a Call before buying
elsewhere.
LADIES ! LADIES ! ! !
Our Stock bf
Prints,
Detains,
Alpaccas,
Lyonescs,
Thibet s,
Cobnrgs,
l'olins,
Dross &
Milliner Goods,
of all kinds,
Hats, Caps,
Bonnets &
Hoods,
ia now full and complete, whirh we will mil at
rs a r cow fig vrks.
We have in our employ, an experienced
Milliner, and Dres Maker, who w ill ulway be
happy to vnit upon ladie who may favor u
with their patronage.
Thaiikin.-the public for generous favors iu
the past. hope that by strict attention to
business and tiie low price of our goods, to
secure illiberal share of vuur custom in the
future.
DARI.IVO & DIVOLL.
East Coiinth. Oct. 17, I-m',. ltf-c o '.ti
To Farmer!.
FI LL STOCK OF
Si vtlios, Forks. Hay and ILmk'
itakes. Siiovcls. Hoes. Iron l.ar-
Wool Twine, Slieep .Shears, l'.sit
tor Tubs, and best Dairy Salt,
At the lowest market juice, hv
'PIMCHARD.
XO. 3 HARDY'S BUILDING,
And rxamiao a large and we'd selected Mod
of
I'aney nnd Staple (aroccrlrsi.
I have alw.iys on h nid 111 o 1.. .I.it'.m. and
fi u leas. Cilfees, Spies, sujar, Molasses.
Lard. Dry uud Pickled Fi-h. Tiije, Vinegar.
Dried Fruit. T.ipi.M-a, Sm-i. Farina, C..n.
starch. Cooking Ettr.iels, 'luhaero ot all kinds.
Kerosene ami Coal nd, Fruit (hub, Lauijis.
lhoouis. Whips, fcc., die. Just rcc. ived,
100 Barrels Choice Western Flour,
Which will be suhl low, and every barrel war
ranted. I luive also a good assortment ol
KADDI.KUY
lIAKDYVAKF..
jiiiri hacd of the inatml'a-tiiti is.
lie keeps t he best of e vervt hlin.
Remember,
Don't forget the jilacc,"
A. OSP.nRX,
I 'o. S Hardy's liiuliling, liradford.
JO TO F. A II. T. KEVES A ( .. WHERE
V J you can g. t l eas, Collccs, Sugars, Fish.
Iripe, Flour. Choei-lnte. Ilroinn. Maccnroi-i
lapioi a. Sago, Vcnoiei Iii, and evcrv tiling es,
utlie y,-ry lowest jn ices.
vi;u coois
Arc cotistiuitly receiving ndditioni to their
stuck of
Dry floods.
Reiuly-Madc Clothing,
W. I. Oouit.
Groceries,
Ohi Ac Hunt Wnr.
Drug and Medicines,
,. , . ... Paints, fiils. &.c, Ate,
Making their assortment the l-st to he found
in the county; , 1J , p,ic,.so enrrespond
with the 1 lines- Please cull and Examine be-
IWI llllll IIH.ITIIT
-1 ... ... I . .
DOMES TIC II' 1 XLS.
1)1 RE DOMES! If WIXES0F OCR 0WX
m. man
iiiiiiliicture. lor .Mi ilii uml mm
For
m ipo.iiwiir to sun.
,r , DOTY ii CO.
llrudfuru, crtuuiit.
l:rrr !' Voiilli. A gentleman who
suiieied tor years iroi .v!"r""!!" Deiiility, pie
nuiiMiV l'ecay, uud till theetlects of vouthful
liidtsciriion. wiii, lo- the M;; A ;',''. ri u g im
llillliily, Selidliee lo all who need it, there,
ccipt and directions lor niiikiug the simple
remedy by wlilcli . w, ,.,,,.,.,1, kjnijcrei
wish i,g to jirolit by the inlvfitiser'sexperletice
can do so by addressing, in perfect ennlldclico
JOIIX 11. OODEX.
17in3
No. C'ediir St., New York.
TO I.WAMDS.
4 CLERGYMAN. WII1LK WK,",?"r JS
vou Weakness, Early l)ec.iy, Disc ise id U
l . I.uirv and Seminal Organ., t.nd
ttniii of disorder brought on bv Imuelul ami
yl i vnj luiblt. Gre.it number have I n ul-
-a.lv cu ed by this noble n mpdy. Proinpled
'di-etoVnellttl.e llllliae.l and llulot
by a i. m H., the teeli for jirrpurlng
tiinute, lv- .mllelue, In a enled eiivcliijH',
nnd using tbl n. , i, its nt ckanm.
AV.' "'HZ :.U.rr,o.t..,:''l envelope, uddrcas.
. ... .-mi iel1'.
N.
AiUll-CH. ovnr.l ii i.
BtATius D. Htm k i.
"rK,
Cm"
New York Cu, "
Duty's Vegctiil'li' PaniiccaU tU Ht Lino
nirnt and l'aiu Killer used,
Tblve awnr that eongU by using Doty's. Vf 8
oUblo Coavu Valaaiu.
DOTY' 8
VEGETABLE PANACEA!
OR
PAIN KILLER!
IS MEETIXQ WITH RAPID SALES AXD Is
QIVINU UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION'.
IT IS PREPARED FROM THE PRESCRIp
Hon of a Physician of maiiy Tear of ui-. t
cessful practice ; then-tore tha public lumy fet-l
nafe iu uivui it a trial. It ia uerfectly barui.
less, being i
PURELY VEGETABLE! f
Aud i warranted to be the beat preparation
ever oflercil for the prevention and cur of '
Cholera, Dysentery, DiarrluKa. Cholera Mor
bus. Colic, Pain iu the stomach or Bowel,
Earache, Headache, Toothache, Slc, Fur
Weak or Lame back, or Pain iu the Neck or
between the, Shoulder, or any other part of ;
nic uouy, ine, ranoc acts nae a cuarm. iu
word, it w iU relieve tmiu from whatever cm-m j
quicker than aay other uiriliciue iu use. It, t
power over Neuralgia is perfectly wonderful.
Nine out of every tcu caaM of all Fever, bow- ?
cl ditticultiv, and iiitialnmatiuu of whatever
nature, are induced by sudden closure of the
pores, caused by sudden cold ; and the only i
way tu prevent the cold from jiroducing diii- '
case, i to use some remedy that will open the ,
pore at once, and we belic've the Panacea wilf j
doit quicker aud more effect uaUy than ai.) :
other medicine. TRY IT.
It wiU do You no Ham .
snd if it doe Ton no gisxl you.- uioucy will bs
refunded iu all cases, a we'givc all oar ageutu
atrict order to refund the monev to iuit snj
all who have given the Panacea a fair trial, and
will say they have not becu tieuetitted by il,
use. Iu the large alc which we are waking
we have never takeu back a single bottle, but
otherwise, every one who ha used it pek it
the highest term of its worth. Every fauulr -'
hould hare it by them, a it wiU not o'uly tart -them
uiiu-h expense, but may be the meaiu ft f
saving the Uve of many who reaide at adit- '
tunce from a physician.
The Panacea is of great strengtb. requiring
a you will ee by the direction, but a mau
qnnntitv fur a doie; therefore it i the cheap-
est medicine, tu itreugth considered, is tot
market. ,
DIRECTIOXS.-For Cholera, Cholera Mor- "
bus. billions Colic, take from half a tea spoon- -fill
to a tea spoonful in sweetened water, at I
hot a you ran drink it, every fifteen minute
until the pan; is relieved ; then take it at long
er intervals until the dieuse is entirely renio
ved, bathing the stomach and bowel freelj
with the Panacea, full strength.
For Dysentery and Disrrhora, take a tea
loouf ul in from one to t wo hoars, accordinr
to the severity of the case, batbuig the bowtl
and stomach freely.
For pain Iu the Hack, Shoulders, Head, Keck, .
Limbs, dec, bathe the part affected. f
For Neuralgia. Sprains sod BbetusMtsm, 1
ZZ'.'r- !' "arts nested with the Panacea for
at least an hour, when yon wiU be atonilieu '
at the n-suit.
turn Cold you wtii rn, :'y'- c-i Is !? ;
take a tensuooiiful iu a teaenpful of hot water,
ou going to bed.
For Tcethachc, fill the cavity of the tooth
with cotton nturated with the' P sua oca, and
bathe the gums freely.
For Cut and Bruises, dilute with water and
bathe freely two or three tiiuoa a day.
ryThe Panacea I now Jilaced within tb
rciu-h of all at the nmall sum of WiCtjr C'tm
large bottle, or Thirty flight Ctsw
smalt.
Sol-! by the principal Druggists, or sett by
express, on rect ipt of price.
J l?" A libi-riil discount to the trade.
C. (-. DOTY ii CO., Proiirictors.
lliadfor.1, Vt.
DOTY'S
Mandrake Bitters.
LTHOI GH THESE HITTERS TIAVE
i not been ottered to the trade until quits
recently, they have Ix-en li.e.l for years bvi el
. liruted physiciMii in their practice with tliu
most tliiti. riim result. Sinre thev have been
jdiced in the market they hare met with rapid
sale uud have given
1 Hivcrs.nl Natixfaction.
Every one that h.n tried them sprnk in ths
highest terms of their inediciunl projM-rties.
1 hey are NOT i pleasant ln-veinge for th
thirsty, but a medicini- for the sick. Tkoy are
warranted to be the
Bfst Con)ti!il tver vlTorfl ti the PiMit
For the cure of
Oj trpin, .latiuflU'c, Coatlrc
'i lUc, Nlclt llraduche,
.IIoi-iiIdu: Nil knewa, llw
mora, Wormm
Foul Stomach, General Dcl.Uity, Liver Com
jdaint, Szr.
Wo have in this Compound so combined a To
nic nnd stimulant with a Cathartic, that while
it I thore t-.-h and certain iu it action, it in uo
way wea i. the. tone ot tho bowels or stom
ach. t or a rart.ily Medicine
lin y have no eiiial. For a cathartic they nre
'ii'siiivniM-d. being far siia rioi- to the va'iurai
I 'ill- that llood tin iiiui'kci us they do not weal
u the llowcls or leave them costive. They re
.mii-iy vcgelahle, therefore pi rlenly sale tor
ill u,es. The smullest child can tiike them
with perfect mfuy. They are warranted all
wo represent them. If on giving them a trial
they do not irove coiial to our reconiineiiila
lion tho inouey will be refunded. If vou
are troubled with Hurried or liitti
cult I'.rciitliuig, Fluttering at the Heart,
lleaitliurti, head dull uud heavy, fullne or
weight in the stomach, SulloiatiugorrhokinK
aeiisal inn w hile iu a lv ing position, Dimness
of vision. Swimming of the Ileal, IHiliness,
Jellnwness of the skin and eve, Pain iu the
Hack, Side, Chest, l.iinbs, Ste., 4te Inward
Pile. Acidity oi the Stomal h, Dull Paiti in the
llcaii, Siuineii Flushes of Ileal, Hunting iu the
Flesh, nausea. Disgust of Food, Great Depres
sion of sj.ii it amlcoiistuiit imagining uf evil,
Ac., Ac., you ill find a speedy andpeniiB
in nt relief by ii'iug The Mauilrake llittcr
I hey are the laist Vermifuge known as t "J"
anils of mothers can testily. They if.''"nt'
mend themselves, all wensk is for tV anlti'tr a
to give them a fair tiiul. Tlu-jr are meetrng
I'l.Vil: ''l' One to 'tlu'ee bottles will Clue ViiS
worst case of Dysjieiisia.ft.!
Ilvxy Jt rartcl Try it I
SINGLE BOTTLES $1,1)0 SIX U0TTl.ES.
.'i,i.
jTA lilH-rul discount to the tr.idc.J
For sale ul the Uradluid Drug Stole. ,
C. C. DOTY A CO., Pnmrinftorti.
Oilier iu Utility's South Duildlitg, Uiiulfoiit, Vt.
Di in ha' a always cured bj using tha
Pniuu'cn.
Xever forget Wnt".
Study to be useful.
To Renew and Restore, use the KegeMr-
ntor.
Eat to live, and not Uve tn eat.
- .
Prcjnirc for sickness iu the day of UealtU.
Tim Pen i uiiulitiertlnin the Swonl,
Xeiiraluia I only voiiijucrud by the Vt-goUbW
Pat.nceu.
Never cjult rertuinty foilinpe.
What I more attractive than a beauti
ful bend of hull t-tbn llulr Reijcucrutor is the
licst Hair Dresser,
A faithful friend is tho medicine of Uf
r Stop tbat Cough -take Duty's Pl"
0u unto othurs a you would liir l
ers do uuto you.
Simple diet makes Ltollliy children.
A oliyslc that will not wcaketwour H
drake URtiii.
Vio Dvtj'ii lUlklwv
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