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.School. '"We ruWisb below aa article from tLe editorial columns cf the La- CroRse(Yit.) Democrat, which we wish to Lave our democratic read erg in particular examine, and tlieu ask themselves the question, Am I -Lelpiug to support mid promulgate euch doctrine as that I We answer if you are acting with the democrat ic party, yon are supporting men who sympathize with just such sen timents. It will not do to liy and cvado this conclusion by sajing that the writer of the article is fanatical and does not express the sentiments of the democracy, llow comes it that such a vile t reasonable paper as the LaCrosso Democrat finds subscribers enough to keep it alive ! Could they be found any where else but in the democratic party t As many as 10 copies of this vile sheet are taken In single towns iu ew Hampshire ; it is also we believe taken in Vermont, at any rate it is pulled and its edit.r commended as a patriot by our dem ocratic papers ; and what else can .we conclude but that they who sup port it sympathize with its senti ments. But the article bears ' upon ts faco umnistakeablo evidence of its genuine democratic origin, and those who arc prepared to practice ac cordiugjto the democratic formula; should not scowl at this sraal dose. FOIOI THE LINES. "We say to the Tribune, and to .Congress, as well as to all other workers of political nud national in iquity, we are ready I If you want war you can have it. If you seek to force your Dictator into another war, not for liberty but to destroy liberty, wc are ready at tho drop of the glove. Gcd knows w e do not wish to see this land again reddened with the blood of brave men, but if the war must come if you aro not satisfied with the verdict given at the bal lot box if you would force the peo ple to another struggle, let it come we are ready. And if it does come, may God have mercy on all your souls, for we Weill have none. We, the neonlc. have a long account to settle, and me ready when you are. You filled the .North with hate for the people of the South our broth ers. Yon helped educate a party to override common laws. You cried of the. national flag tent" doicn the Haunting lie. You Bought from thd first to de stroy the Union, to kill the Consti tution to abolish tho Confedera tion of States to destroy liliei t.v, and by Jiea, threats and dcvclisit uess have well nigh succeeded. You helped elect a fool Jirsr, a clown next, a tyrant and despot af ter, a justly slain usurper alter all to be a plastic tool of villains. Your jparty has ignored the Constitution, divided the Union, created an aris tocracy, exempted wealth from taxa tion, stacked bayonets on the law benches, protected the rich at the expense of the poor, murdered our men and brothers in your damnable crusade for cotton and negroes have made countless thousands of widows and orphans, placed one drunken renegade In the Presiden tial chair, ami another drunken boor at the head of the army have tri fled with the liberties of the people. crested irom states the rights still their . n have destroyed Jaw, or der and i -osperity only to establish n centralized power, an accursed despotism, a reign of terror. You have worked to enslave the whites to benefit their rot ton, corrupt, ex rinpt, taritV and Congress piotccted. dishones cowardly, speculating masters, but you ahull not by the Etkknal. you Bit all, not huig en joy the triumph. jour voice is not so slron;: ns once ! Your bayonet are not so shai as once! Your little bells arc not bo dear now as then ! Your rt ign of terror is not so gen eral as once I Your party is not as strong as nee 1 Your head despot rots in Lis grave, or roasts in his home, as vou cunt iug snivelers dccitb',and Oacru is nut so mucu jevny m national inula as once! And for all these mercies God be praised I Talk not of war, nor of protection to Congress. .No more w ill your tin lust drafts tear people limn their homes. 'o more will minions o tyranny amass fortunes speculating la the blood of brave men ! You inn call for your millions, but they will not coino at your calling, for you nud your Accursed pait.v linvr lied, cheated, outraged, murdered usurped, and destroyed, till the peo ple know tho teiribloneHH of jour J'jvc, tlu dcvilishncss of your pro le d bcni Vnleiiee. The gteat West is no more with you I For years you have cont rolled leg islation to injure ns, and how, if you wish a wl(r. it w ill I e a short one, but terrible. 'I be West nud Boutli will Join bands iig.diist it coi mou enemy will establish a Wett er World, and, as the men of the Went once inarched to the sea, wl1 again march to the East, atotmlnir jwt till New England is butusb cov. ered hills and villages, the East be born of power, tho national debt lie braver rejrodlatad, a new nation lie bora of tho new Vevolndoo, ind tho chalice you have held to the lips of others lie forced down your meddling puritanical throats. If you want a war, you can have it! DOTIT'S JIUDICI.ES. I1E ORE AT CUKE for LIVER COMPLAINT, JAUNDICE, DYSPEl'SIA, SICK HEADACHE, COS TIVE N E S S, FOUL STOM AL' HE. &., &c. Everybody speaks in the highest terms of their good effect. Try them. VERMONT BITTERS ! For the cure of all kinds of Humors loss of Appetite, General Debil ity, and all diseases arising from impurities of the blood. These Bit ters are com- pounded entirely of Choice Gums, Roots & Urbs, riT ur in Pure Wines & Liquors, And are pleasant and agreable to the taste, a gentle Touio aud pure Stimulant. Large Bottles only 2 pronounced by 3 Cents, all tho. and 32 je iH-a w nan Cough preparation in tho Market Dot.y's 'Vejyetn'ble PAIN PANACEA! Better than any PAIN KILLER For relieving pain, from whatever cause. It acts like a charm. Only L'.ICents for large bottles. All Doty 8 Medicines sold by Leon ard & Day, uiiil by druggists and merchants ever where. C. C. DOTY CO., Proprietors, Bradford, Vt. M. S. Bunt & Co., Boston, General Agents. '2$ THE WEED StVJING MACHINE In now nrkii'ivvlfiU'i'il liy good (iiiI-. r to w THE BEST MADE, Mutt Simple nud l'eifeet Working Machine in the Market. Head the following testimonia' Jfr. r. J. rimUr$, 1i:h Sir. : H:n ini uscil (lie "Wri'il Kaml'.v Si inir .M.irliini." piui lmi il of vnii mr wvcMi hioiiIIk. 1 t:ikr kith: plraHiin: ill f : i it k lliut il t:iv's flu. inn! iii'i'fi't't sntU' tin linn ill cvi rj ii u'i t. Wp liiivc In. I i.i h rr In n liilli . li.:' IiiiiihI tiiiiiF tliat wi'ic iililc til ilo all kimh ill si- iii i iiiuillv wi ll. tv iIIi the i il we iln tlir si'w inn fur llu liunilv nml n lutuc liinoiliit I'l lii'iivv ui:rk fur inir tw-ililMir4 linn ni' liilF ; fiii n ;ii iniililliu iik u h anil lmv 1'illiiiiU. : iimI t: i i t it mukiii' in ilV. ilv ii.Vi. Hut r'ii.i't iiuikitii; n runil. slrniiii. iluriiliir ii inn Mint ill nut nil, nml nit .in, In-', iliiiiiiinl. I i'Iii'itIiiIIv ii'i'i'iiiiiii iiil il to nil tn v frii'iiili. Mini In I'M'ry mie w ihliinjj to iiiri'1ia. I lie- tint .-.i'n iiiu nun nun. m us. w. c. c.i;i.!:rox. Wf-t Ncnlmrv Vt., Jim. lsS. MACHINE FINDINGS such as Needles, Oil, Tw ist, Thread, and Bilk of all colors and shades. T. J. l-XAMUIHS, Aiit. rra.Hord.'.Vt., clothing & weouns, IMcn V I Joy h M'car, at IIAI.I.r.TTf. A vwr t.. tu.i.otsox s ksr.i rt:. riUII. Srilsl KIIIKIIS. Imvliiu Urn Nfiiolnl I i d lit Mir IIixioihIiIi' I'mliulr Coin I lor tlir lt-lrii l' nl Ill.nHoril. I 'iiiiiiiIiiii'i k tori'i rlvi', rtMiiiinr nml BiMil"! nil I laiinn ami ilniianilt ol all ii'iMMiii,ajfniitit tlirivfuti'iif II. 1.. 'I iIIiiInoii, I n t r i.f TnpnliR'ii, In ol iH'ltii't, il. 'n- ril, rrini'M ntril linuilvriit, nml tlm ITln nf nil ini'iillin fnmi tlir U.'itU iln of Jan. 1 In lull iillnwnl hv naiil Court tn I III" nrililoinol anl ili rriiiM'il, tn i iliililt nml prnvii tlii'lr ri I irtlvr rlaim iH'fom iiki (livr not Ire, Hint e will mtti'tirl tnlliK il lit Inn if our hpi'iilnt. nirni ai ihr fliMfii int.iintiM m ji.m uirkrv. In H'mt Timaliaiii. In a.ilil illatrlit. nil tlir Villi iUt nl Aitil and Jnl.tr nrttt, at U a s'lflnc k, lu iu lultinnti, nn rm h nf Haul ilv, 1 M. IIAOl.KV. P1""' nrnlTinmliam, I rb. in. 1SJJ. 373 DARLINQ 8c EVANS, East Cobinth, Vt., nave just received u large Stock of New and Desirable Goods, Purchased since the fall in Cottons and Woolens, and will be sold FOB CASH Oil READY PAY. Consisting of Dry Goods, Beady Made Clothing, Oils, Paints, JledieincH, Hats, Caps, Buffalo Robes, Furs and Fur-bound Goods, Boots, & Shoes, Hardware, Crockery, Large Stock of W illinery & Dress Goods. FtJHS ! FURS ! ! Ladies are especially invited to call and examine our large line of Furs, and also Fur-bound Hoods which will be sold cheap. We have in our employ an expe rienced Milliner and Dress Maker who will always be happy to wait upon Ladies who may favor us with their patronage. Thanking the public generally for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope that by strict attention to business, and the low price of our Goods, to merit a cont inuance of the same. HAULING & EVANS. East Corinth, Vt., Nov. 8, LStiT. LEONARD & DAY oi rcn nsreciAi-tT for CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS, Very (liniiB Ejtrai'ts, I'oinaili-K, llair Oils, iiml all Tuili t Artirlcn to lie l'oiind in a fut I'lasii Uruu Store. Fur vnur ('in iMikiis rn- Mill 1'inKi nigs, we offer lire bent and purest of Spices, Whole and Ground, Flnvnrinp Fitraotii. Ami Slureti. Fnrina, Kiig linh Currants, Citron, Soda, t'rtatu Tartar, 4 c. Patent Iedicine Ciinnt!y on linml in groat rarietr, nuil at ' vorjr low irii'r.i. rrni'. rmrc;s ami chemicals. IVc liavo miBiir.af "I'll fm ilitiic for neloi tion of iirlirii'ii i.f li't qnnlitv, anil at vorv low latin. Iliyl'iiiliH Order rdo'l"u'.. ly Koli'll-l nnl I'rpMvripliOiiH -ar-lully r'r-l. 'J tuwi i i ' jilif il nud A. fit 'Wari'unted. Snriiiral liivtriitiirnt fnrnii.lieil at uliort licit ice. illi tiul' Oil tliankKt'or mt favor, i'ii lirlt u rontiliiliiiifi. of tin Hallii'. wliii'h wi: hliuli 1'iuli avor to turrit liy ran till uterinum to timl kuowli'iltti' ol our ltUHitii'un. l-MISAIilltlMY, .1. II. !.Kov,mi, M. D. II. (1. Ir. ISrn.ll.Mil.Vt lrc IT, 18C7 NEW GOODS. F. & H. T. KEYES & CO., Have Just received ft largo Stock of Goods from ew York and Boston, DRY GOODS! HATS AND CABS! a-. BOOTS AND SHOES! &e., &e., &c, I'lcnse call mid exainino thene Goodn. Wo have bought low, and will fell cheap. F.&.II.T.KI2YEB&CO. wtW7, VI, KoTi 1, 1A08. THREE TMES M OUT. We are compelled to make the third attempt to sell Goods for Cnsli,or its equivalent We know it is not convenient for fanners, at all times, to pay down for their goods ; and wc know also from real experience, that is very inconvenient to do a credit business, and be obliged to hire, beg and bor row money to pay for goods, and charge them out, aud wait for pay year after year ; and necessity com pels us to discontinue it. And in anticipation of a change in business we are anxious to reduce our stock, ami we shall sell our goods at price that will sell them. W. B. & C. S. STEVENS, Bradford, Dec, lSfi7. II ATS, CATS, nuil Keady at Made Clothing STEVENS' CAKrKTIXfi. ami n good assortment Uwkitis OlawsM, at STEVENS' of I) ATENT MEDICINES, liii, to STEVENS'. H T ANY KINDS OF GOODS lire decidedly lower, ami yon can buy tln-tn neenriliii l.v at STEVENS'. TIMELY NOTICE ! All persons having unsettled ae counts with us, must come in and r2 . W. B, & C. S. STEVENS. AVK AVJV3rX, Greenbacks, Pork, Potatoes, Oats, Buttter, Poultry, Beans, And all saleable produce, for goods, or on account. NO BOOK ACCOUNTS alter January 1st, 1808. W. B. & C. S. STEVENS. Bradford, Pec. 1, 1S7. ORANGE COUNTY HARDWARE STORE, IN Y1IE1!E 'Bill lir fminil a great varietrof il ! Sliili'iiinl llvavv llardwiirr, Hiiilifeit' Ilaid are anil iw'u, llLuiinniilis Tools, Iron, Steel & Coal, IIor.se Slides & 'ails, Bolts, 2s7uts & Washers, Axles & Car riage. Springs, Mali-able Iron & Axle Clasps, Blows & Cultivators, Wagon Iul, Corn Shellers, Horse Wheel Bakes, Vegetable Cut ters. Axes, Chains & Shovels, Door Boilers & Binges, Grindstones & Fix tures, Table fc 1'ocUet Cutlery, Belt nig and Lace I.cithcr, Cordage and Lath Yarn, Wood Saws & Frames, and Cable Chains, also Agents for I turban ks' bcales. SHEPIIEKDSON & DAVIS. Bradford, Vt., lice. 13, 1807. ouciA, Mri.oii:ox, PIA'OEM. 'IWr Si nsCKIIlER, Naprnt f,,r tlie rtW L liralnl l'.lfj' 4c t'o.'a liiktru tu' Il I, villi the Vol Jluiiiaiio I H in.'lo hi tiii'liiiii iit, iiinkiiiB it tlio mont pirfi et iiiirii' mm! in tlir worlii, and will lurulli the n.iinr to limiiliea or i lilin lieK on the ll id rruMinalile ti'iiin. 1'itMiiiN n-4'.liUil or iiiMintiii'iitu, liy aililrrioiiiit tlin r uli' tiliT, will lie rnlli il upon allinir lioiiira, Al liiairiinirtita to let. Ne nml -ri'iinil 1 1 and 1'iuliue for kalu of all tlir l.e,t maker-. . . ('OSXNT. Orfnr.l. N. H Jiily55. IROr.-Jlf LADIES' tfc QESm Cuitt Oarmanta BMkiOWraaaAa WltUna, ft A. J. MARSH ii, CO.. "St. Alban. FACULTY : CHAS. A. J. MARSH, A. M miNcirAL. Commercial Compilations, Science of Accounts, Commercial Law. J. E. COLBIRX, Business and Ornamental Penman- e li i p, Correspondence, Pen Drawing, Book-Keeping and Phonography. ALFRED SAFFORD, Telegraphing, Theory and Practice by Signs and Sounds, Construc tion of Lines. E. P. PHILLIPS, Vocal Music. Altai. FAX' IE K.TYLER, Gymnastics. Fall Tekm Commences is'ov. 3. r.xpi:.-sr.s. Fon Frt.L Commkkciai. Cuciik until Ormln iition. tiino unlimited wltiett inelmles nil d I'iirtmeuts i.f liuok-kcepiii. ( oinuiereial I. aw. C onitnei-i'ial (. iiniiutatioii, t nii.jiiisitii.n, i ira tory. Uui nrsi l'l'imiuii'-liiii. llu.-ines' I.etter- Writinu, I.ei tuii's, ifce., J l.i.ii) For Lailies, ntnie rmirse as above ex- eei't Oi alorv, S..C0 For Hook Keeping alone, one trrm (3nio.) ln.iitl 1'eiiinaiiMiip, " lu.ull l'l m-aidiv, " ' " " In. Oil leie-iiipliini;, ' " " " U5.ini Teli 'iailiiiiK to full course students, l.i.im Ornamental I'etiltiiitliip. one term, lM.'KI l.ltlier Miulies may lie lakfii at ri'iiMir..iliIe rates, lest Hooks, lMuiikt, Jcc, lor en tire enu se, aliout Utol.'i.OO lloaril. ineliiilin washin, fuel, iilits, furnish ed rouiiis. &'e., 1'iT uei k at 1jw lates. t tf We make no otlicr i hain' s tliuu tliuse aliove iiu-ntioi.i-il. l'nrrnts tuny ilepiwlt iikiuv.v witli tlie I'riiiei pal, v.lio will take e'.i:ne of anil payallexpeii ses of the pupil without txtru charge. Sessions. Tlie regular hours for iiiKtruction and luisiuess are. from 0 to VJ A. 51., and trom L to o 1'. 51. Also, during the winter mouths for those who cannot attend tlie day sessions, the College will be open from 7 to 1) 1'. 51. Students enter ing tlie evening classes can complete the entire course during te winter months. Special Rates will be made for the benelit of ltETVKNED SoLDlEKS who were disabled while in service, or for tlie benefit ol others who may have reasonable claims lor favor. ltr.ri.Ki.x n. ut. p. llaldnin. Itraill'i-al i lion. ilrrniiiiil, lion. '. II. I,-i.lir, unl l'rauk Irciuiue, 1 -il Ititcr. A hi di d by thecotul i X New E.solanii ami VmsioNr Sta.s Asricil- TitiAt. Soc.i:tii: To ibe T'trmoit Commercial Collrge at a I'l KMT PKMli n onl'lain aud Ornamental COMMEKCIAL l'tNMANSIUP, Awarded at nraUlrWn. Vt., Oct., 16G6. Gr.o. U. Lokinu, Trent. N. E. A(j. Society. Panikl Nklmiam, Sec'y N'. E. Ag. Sodoty. J. W. Cot.m nx, Trent. Vt. State Ag. Soc. llesuv Cl.AIIK, Kee'y Vt. Stato A. Soc. St. Albans. Vt., Dec. 12, isofl. We, the undersigned, have this day visited the Vermont Commer cial College, and having listened to a Be view iu Commercial Arithme tic, and in Book-keeping, and hav ing seen specimens ot reninanship, Notes, Drafts, Letters, and other BusineM Tapers executed by the students, we cheerfully give our commendation to the course of study, the manner of teaching, and the progress made by the Minleiils. Victor Atwood, I'akk Davis, John F. Biuelow, M. Bi ck, L. L. DcicuiaU, M. JIason. The Vermont Commercial Coi.leoe. We nns,ldriipy tochroii icle the success of tlie Commercial t ollege, opened in this place last September, under the direction of Charles A. J. Marsh, A. 51. Vc have lieen present, heard tho recitation of the students, seen their work in hook-keeping, and other hnsiness writing, and do not hesi late to say that we have a lio.MK IX STlTMio.N every way worthy of n larRe jiHtronanc Moreover, we be lieve that the kind of inotrnction lierepven isjnst that needed hyev. cry one w ho w ould be prennrcd to eii(;acc successfully in the business, of lite Vt. Tramerijit, St. Albans, Vermont, Kvcry young nmn.wlietirr lookincr forward to ineictiiilile, liiecliaiiical, or agricultural business, will Hud thecouiso hero proposed the brst piepaiiition ho can have, nud the surest road to success. Ladicn will find the course of study very plena nnf, and opening to good situations, with r.rotituble eoinnciisatioii. at, Alban Mmenyer. Aiinm COO. A. J.MASftn k C M. AiteaV NE W GOODS! QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS. GEO. PRTCITARD, Agent, is now in receipt of aW assortment of Desirable Goods, for Tall Trade Purchased at Lowest Cah Pates, consisting in part of Rich Dress Goods. De Laines. Alpacas, . Poplins, Mohairs, , Lustres. Ginghams, prnts . WHITE GOODS! Housekeeping Goods, Hosiery and Gloves, Shawls, Tancr and Plain Cloakings, Trimmings, Woolens, Yankee Notions, Ready Made Clothing, t Hats and Caps, Trunks and Valises, Carrjetino. Room Paper and Iloi-tlcriu?, cut' Furnishing Good Hardware, Crockery & Glass Ware, Drugs, Medicines, Groceries of all kinds, Patent Medicinw Paints, Oils, Kerosene, 'cinei. Dye SlufTs, Iron & Steel, Glass, & Putty, Nails, Hose Shoe, odiif x orK9 Lard, Fish of all kinds, And Country Produce Generally The Public are invited to examine our Stock, vhieh is more coninltu in every department than usually found at Country Stores. and win v.. sold at very Low Prices for cash or Bradford, Sept. IS, 1807. J. EKTEY V VO'S. rpTIE SniSCKinEK is nKcnt lor th. r rein I orali il liistrintieiits. aiid i- nrt Mired to 1'iiniHi tin-in to nil win, i-h tt.ru nltablo I list I lllnrii t . 1 on the must ieii-u:i.ilil.' tiili.s. lhev leeentiy Innl; th.n t.rs) i'n,. at the (ireat St. l.iuiis I air, over M:inn tfc U.,u:ni's. I' tvlor Sc Kiirlev's. C.irliiitt At Nfi-illiain' ami the Slioi.iiner I vtan Co'r liitiuine:iis; und. in. fart, whelii'ver tin y are e.t hiliiled in ei.irpi li. lion -villi a, iy others ther invaria' ly take tl. lirst I 'i tin 1 11 111 . Eveiy In-: ruin, i.t i'.i! ar ranted. Orders bv mail P' 'ni i'ilv i ti' iuii ! to. A.T.I i.tnui:. IIrniroi-), Vl , , if. !. c am:uaii OIKS!! Wind it onec a wrtk and It -.v ill imiirate perpetually witliij aindj at a ijlauct th hour nf the da-, tho ilny of the eek. tho ay of the mouth, and tho month of tho year. Tho world in chal lenged to prduf c iti rqual. 1 al 'O liavo a complete ntoefc of Clork", W.,li lies, .lewelry. ami Silver Wares, Speeta eles. Toeki t and table Cut!, ry, Ace., Ac, all a', the biwi-st pl-iees. Thankful I'm favor iu tho paM. I ask, and lmpo to merit the same in the future. Wu fi. HARDY. Hiafnr.l, Vt., Oet. 1. 1 V.;.li,tf The Last will quick! reuore Gmv I lair to i naturil color rd beauty, and produce luxuriant growth. It it pcrftctly hr.rmlcs, ami is preferred over every oth:r prejiara'.ion by those who have a fine head of hair, as well as those who wUh to rtitore it. The bca.ttiful phm and perfume bnpart:d to the 1 lair Make it desirable fur old and young. For Halo hy all llrugojiu, Dl-rOT, IDS UUKENWK II ST., X T. JUST RECEIVED, A Ur( lot af hoop Ricixrrs. which will lid nld at nrieea to rleara. Good iti Bprluij Sklrta, tau Inrli 'lane, for Cdt dOL CCD CCP '0 drn J-1 tSMmsm HAlRtjREssinCl CWltBdMllhMiHl ready pay. FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, rpriE srnciMin:i; contixi-estocai 1 rvon theCAIilM-;T 1-l li.Mll liKhlJ lAESs.at the Old Stuml. at the South ItIC AIMOECn VII.I.IK, r . , . . bus on Ii'lllieiiv oii urtl il HV .. !. s:i..-. n ,ri. V. land, mid i n instantly tiiimiilarnimr br?t Ini'.ti-i ial.- a eeiiei al a--.11 1 ii,,.Li .? lioin ill Illilt'lltli Ctiliint't I- urnitiire, Cuiii-.tiiiK in purt of SOFAS, st:ri;i:iAl:i!:.s. Bf.lEArs Cott.'iL.' and Ci.iiiiin.n K-iUteii'ls. Center Dii inx. Cam, and Wa- Thuk k ai.tl 1 ifess 'I r lllh,!s. Catii., ', , yj Walnut, and Malioi'nav Also, Iterliiiini Palrnt Chain, Willuw Wagons, Chihlren'ii Chairs ami CriU, Teitaliie a. id and Wet Sink ; uho, TVCKER'S TATDNT STKIXG LKPS, tbam'ofr Setn and Ixi'inOlaswt. Abe, larjte iissorliueul of RculvMaile Ccftins. Casket. ai4 Grave Clothes on hand, wl.ii h be will l'nniii.h as rrntorablt i can In iiil'Tili d, trimmed in u nut aud UtJ muniiev, or to suit !be puieha.-cr. H ' l a!", ecmt .ir WIT COX At (JIMIS AMU..' -KWlNtl JI.H'IIIMS, ar.kVKH k. A.M1DON S CL(llli:s W KlNOKl:. A. T. , J nl 7 li. lSuV.. suAW,;r. ilul r.iadford, Vt. FIRST PREMIUM Jt V. Of m Alhrr Medal dfi PMti TO una otcrrsiTiif fff Dj tli fi. II Sttt AgMruIlui-tl Hoc et it tut, JiyiUn III Nlalitlft, Cjl ju, Jd. Tccrrtablc Hair Kostoralkd A'! l roo 1,1 .heir nr., ml ..-hh- trtwr mli- . imKt -,.itlt -f tl.e Kair: thtustt th W r falliu,- . .1 : 1. , . ..-4,.r iw LJ . Il 'lotmi, a 1,11 hi tt'ii urn inrr11rf-l T I.d 1 ftic rr.ttmX (, p.tlllf r.-I rU- M l 4t,XVil North, iud V wo J. It. BARRETT & CO., Proprlti MANCDESTKR. X.U. M. S. nt ltit A- Co., General Acentii. Ptivtai. K.lil l.v V. II. c. s. Srr.vbxs. Mradiftl A. S. Kahivi i i, W-II Kiver. K. II. T KitM it Co., Newluuy, anil liy all Uruggistn ' I- ANCY COOPS ami Trinin'iiifs ot all kind. Zipliv's Woisteils. tierman Cors'ii, Coat's .spool Cotton in nil Nun., Velvets, Zm I ruidi ried. Cluuey aud Tlirrnil Kilcinc lutertinjjsat il AM. L'l I S. LIVERY STABLE, (Hear of Trotter Hons ) By GSCAIt CAISLTOX. Tarties fiirnisbed with Single or Double Team, at uliort notieo, and at REASONABLE PRICES. rtrl?elii rendinrsa nt tbo depot upon ! arrival of the trail Hiiidlji'I..Juiin II, 1S'.7. I R"T0 THE LADIES L:J rivs cynKHsrayrp ittnM ""i";v,f"!!i 1 itavtu the l.iuli.1 of Vrm County that bavins pim l.-rd tha inter. ' $ luotlier in tf" skirt ilu.ii.e.s, 1 liavo roJ tho iniiuulactory to Cuneonl, " bbnll fcivei rariicular Attention to Making Ordered Skirls and ltepairhip All Order left at our Old Store, Jlradford, will be Promptly FiUefli at a Day's Not icp. La.liei 1taiiiK Ug Sklrf r i. inifln over to the latest In-bion at rr"'," pricoa. CiiiintrSIiTvliniiM a.i.i.li.l 4-itf OKO. W. HAIXETT. HH, . iiaiipv JS now opening the laripMiitl l""" SOLID SIIVEMILVER PfATEO. And nl Iwr uatlul mtlrl . CHRISTMAS, NEW YEARS AM) Silver Wedding Present fume one. rntnr .11. "! t.;t U tolii.l.hmtr fileiul" In lr" ,u" remeinUriiiiin. co. fcjy. rtfjS F. AtH, T.KEYKSfc this wrrk, a new auwl 7 f oll Cnllara, Canoa, anil Jw"i "'i, DuP" Wrltnra.(lWif arrt L-a Rolica. from to ia.