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i ' I 1 I 1 , an 'i S of i ,rk- tb .: l,lb Hill .1 lull. litu: I In I whole -j fit"' I of National Opinion. 2-rlday, April 3, ls. Local and State Items- We intend to make thU department of the Opinio valuable and interesting to our read er bv furnishing all the Local News; and our friends in Orange and Grafton Counties will confer a great favor upon ua, and add Terr ma terially to the interest of our paper, by aendiog Mt such items of local interst a may oome un der their notice. All communications should be signed by the person sending them. Letters remaining in Bradford Post Office, uncalled for at close of Quarter ending March 31 : Mrs. Isabella M. Avery, Ilcury Allen, James O. Barns, W. S. Barker, Miss L. A. Brown, M. Hrowell, Hiram Clogaton, 8. W. Carter, L. tf. Church, S. Cutler, William Clark, Charles Cook, O. W. Medford, E. H. Mathewson, Moo dy Marsh, Francis W. Merrill, Mrs. Lydia A. Miller, Mr. B. Nelson, Kinaldo Powers, Cora Powers, Edwin Rodtnau, M. M. Shaw, Laura A. Stearns, Wm. C. Turner, BenJ. Veazy, Miss 1,inie Welch. 'e are requested to return the thanks of the members of Bradford I5ras3 Hand to those who took part in theEntertaiment for their benefit, aid to the public for the interest manifested for the Band. The Spring Term of Union Dis trict School closes next Tuesday Public examination Monday after noon and Tuesday. We are mfornied that the sugar house of J. W. Morris, of Fairlee, was consumed by fire on Wednes day morning. A new meat market is opt-ned under Dr. Fair's Book store, by W; H. Audross. See advertisement A meeting of the Fanner's Club whs held on Monthly evening at which a motion was carried to as sess the members 50 cents, each to defray expenses, and J. K. Davis was appointed collector. It was de rided to adjourn over till next Fall. Attempted Scicde. We, learn that au old gentleman named Thomas attempted to commit suicide by cutting his throat, at Meludoes Falls, on Monday. lie was alive at last accounts. As 'local items' are rather scarce this week we adopt the practice of tuite a number of our exchanges and appropropriute 'the weather,' as a locai subject. We have had for the past week the usual amount of weather, the quality of which has been very good the days being warm and the nights cold enough for a slight 'freeze.' This is perhaps owing to the fact that sugaring is favorable to this kind of weather. There is, however, one remarkable feature in tho weather which should be chronicled. It seems perfectly satisfatory to everybody, and we hear no grumbling about it. For further particulars see Ayer's Al umnae, which will be found at Leonard & Days Drug Store, or any other place. Fiiik Alahm. On Mouday morn ing a cry of tire was raised in our village. Of course everybody who heard it rushed out to see where the fire was, while the fire company rushed for the engine house. The building on fire was Mr. Asa Low's dwelling house, the roof of which caught fire from a chimney which was burning out. Fortunately the lire was discovered before it got un der much headway, ami was sub dued without difficulty, and before the lire company hail time to get their engine at work. Several persons distinguished themselves in extin guishing the tire, while others not being able to disf guish the fire proceeded toextingu.sh any one un fortunateenough to be w ithin 'show ering' distance. But we forbear to mention names for fear it might seem iimdious. (. limits are specially recommend ! for horses ns favorable to tho assimilation ami digestion of other food. By feeding tomatoes to cows, it is said tho milk, cream and butter will be much improved. Extravagant Ahsejition. Gov ernor Seymour in his late speech ns sorted that under tho Kepublican umnngement one hundred and fifty imllious is required for a " standing army in the Bouth . Tho plain fact is, ns every intelligent man in the country ought to know, that Geno ral Urant estimates tho whole cost of the troops in tho South aud all "long our frontier is loss than one half the sum named, and everybody knows that it is being still reduced. t is ridiculous lor such men as wcymour to make such statements. i.a?Ir tw? thousand lottery letters intcrcoptod in tho Lowell vnire within the past few "f7" anu sent t, tu0 (leaa lettct '""ID, Neuralgia is enred by tho uso -vuiitrs rain-JMiung Magic Oil, west of anything wo ever tried, in ct it curesauy kind of pain or lame- ull , u 18 an art,c,e cvcrr family Ahoiild keep in tho house. Sold by - ".uivilStUl! The New York Tribune proposes an interesting conundrum. - It shows that five-twenties have ad vanced in London three-fourths of 1 Iter cent, since impeachment, which on the whole debt would be &c It then proceeds to puzzle its demo cratic friends by asking "if it is worth fifteen millions of dollars to the public credit to impeach An drew Johnson, what must it be wortn to remove mm altogether T " Johnson's Anodyne Liniment is the most deservedly popular medi cine of the present day. Its useful ness is not limited to any people or sect, but it is used alike by the rich and the poor, the educated and ignorant. . Four little fellows at Rutland Centre " went to Bea p on a cake of ice floating in Otter Creek last week, but were finally saved and returned to shore, although one of them, fall ing from the ice into the swollen stream, was only saved by the bravery of a section hand, who swam to the boy's rescue, and by throwing him upon another cake of ice just succeeded in saving his life. The Supreme Court will adjourn April 4th, and no decision will be reached on the Georgia reconstruc tion case, and probably none will be rendered in the McArdle case. Mexico. The perpetual civil war in Mexico, which has been generally suspended siucc the execution of Maximilian, has broken out again, and is being waged with considera ble vigor. The contestants aic Al varez and Jiminez, both generals in the liberal army during tho days of the empire, n id the sceue of action is the small State of Guerero, on the southwest coast, and of which the principal city is Acapulco, a port of the California steamers. The quarrel lietween the rival lead ers is purely a jiersonal one, and of the sort which is constantlv dis tressing and disturbing the unhap py Itcpuhlic Alvarez lias received supplies of arms and ammunition from bis countrymen in Sau Fran cisco, and has already captuaed one or two largo towns, and scenes of brutal outrage and pillage are re ported. President Juarez should take immediate and decisive action for the extinguishment of these reb els, and for the peace of his coun try; his administration has given good promise of life and success now is its opportunity to show what it is rcallv worth, aud what it can do. It appears from a recent statement of lion. Simon Cameron in the Sen ate of the United States that Gen. Itobert E. Lee's conduct at the out break of the rebellion was even more villainous than has generally been understood. Mr. Cameron was, it will be ramemlH'red, Secretary of ar at that time, and had tho best opport unit ies to know whot occurred. According to this statement Lee ac tually intimated a desire to lie in trusted to the command of the fed eral nrmy in the field, and the posi tion was unofficially tendered to him. lie returned a verbal acceptance, and then went to Virginia under the pretense of arranging his private af fairs, but never came back. It is fortunate that the idea of actually taking command and then betraying the whole army into the hands of tho relK-ls did not occur to him ; for if it hail the treachery would prob ably have been consummated. Washington, March 30. The second Committee of Conference on the disagreeing amendments to tin bill to exempt certain manufactures from dutv, , have agreed upon a rcivort which it is thought will be adopted by the t wo houses. They alter whiskv so as to intlict impris oiiment aud fine upon all distillers, government officers, and others, cennectcd with or colluding in frauds, and forfeit all distilleries in such cases. Other punishments arc stnckeu out. One of the committee says government contractors for niachincry.&c, have not been lienc titcd by the change in the bill. Mr Ferry of Michigau, one of the com mittee, udvocated nil amendment, that manutacturcu lumber bo ex emiit from tax on sales, and Mr, Brooks urged, in behalf of the con sumers, that tlour should also be exempted. The report so provides, and those articles will therefore re main free, as under tho present law. A New Swindle. A new swin dle is said to liavo been started in New York city, which is well calcu lated to deceive persons living in the country. A circular is stint out with samples of prints, which are represented to lie manufactured at print works whoso owners have an oflice in New York. Knclosed in the circular are samples of goods, of wuicii twelve yards will bo sent on tho receipt of one dollar, or ten yards ior eiguty-nve cents. A messenger was recently nont to tho oil co nam ed, when it wan found that the place was in cnarge ot a boy, and that no business wns transacted there be yond receiving letters, which usual ly numbered from thirty-flvo to fif ty a day. Gen. McClei nand's antipathy to Grant is explained by tho circum stance that in the camp before Vicksburg a number of tho gene rals were amusing themselves by cuessiDg the ages of ono and anoth er of tho officers. Gen. McClcr nand's ago was tinder discussion. Some guessed that ho was fifty of years of ago. "Oh t no," said Grant, "such a man as that was never got up in fifty years I " A half bushel of salt to the acre. sown on winter wheat, is said to add greatly to tho excellence of the gram. His characteristic of modesty re ceived a new illustration in the con duct of Gov. English, of Connecti cut, recently. As a matter of cour tesy, he was made a member of the legislative committee to select a de sign for memorials to be presented to soldiers in token of their honor able service during the late war,and to the astonishment ot the gentle men associated with him, insisted on having his portrait put upon the said memorials. lie did not succetd, however, but as a com promise, he other members of the committee consented to leave out the portrait of ex-Gov. Buckingham, which they iad intended for the place of honor. It would have been a curious compliment to the sold iers to present them with portraits of the leader of the copperheads in their state. A household word. The best, the only reliable, the cheapest. Try it. Mrs. S. A. Allen's Improved (new style) Hair Restorer or dressing, (in one bottle.) My wife and children prefer it. Every Druggist Bells it. Trice One Dollar, 41w4 Dissolution of Partnership. fit H E Co-Part nerHhip heretofore existing X between D. w. Cobb ana w. 11. J I. Kane, under the firm of Cobb Sc. Earle, iu the jiubli cation of the National Opinion, is this day by mutual consent dissolved. AU the aceo'uuta and liabilities transferred to D. W. Cobb. D. W. COBB. W. If. II. EARLE. Bradford, Mareli 31. I BBS. 4,lw3 Corrected weekly by Geo. Priehard. BRADFORD PRODUCE MARKET. BRADFORD, A PHIL 2, 1868. Butter, Lump $0,35 a 0,10 Duiry.' ,33 a 45 Cheese, new 12 a 17 Eggs !W Beans ,50 a 4,50 Potatoes 75 a 85 Purk, Salt 15 a I Kouud 10 a Hams and Shoulders ) -' a I.ard '.'i) a Dried Apples 1'-' a Tallow l-.'J a Wool, Fleece Washed U ' Unwashed 1 off 00 a Maple Sugur, Tub New I JJ a Stirred and Cakes I'.'J a Flour 15.00 a 1 Muck Wheut do per lb 6 a Graham ?i a Corn 1.50 a ,00 11 15 00 15 00 43 00 14 15 .00 00 a 00 a 00 a 75 a 2.75 a 00 a 000 a 00 a 0,00 a 1.50 Oats Wheat 2.50 Kve 1.75 Shorts 2.00 Prureudcr 2,75 Plaster, Uetall per ton 14.00 Pelts 50 NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET, Reported expressly for the National expressly I n, by 11. P. Uplnlon, uy n. r. mallard at tu., tcu erol Produce "Coinuiissiou Murohants, No. 332 Washington Street, N. V. KoR Tllh WtEK Exdinu Ai nu. 1, 1868 Bitter, Orange County, 55 a CO ntatu r irkins, prime. ...55a53 i Firkins .55 a tiO Welch Tubs, prime. .54 a 55 Ordinary and Store 42 a 50 Canada, stramht 40 a 45 ,'uttSR, factory, extra 16 a 10J " ordinary 15 a Farmers 15 a 151 l'iue Apple 17 a 21 'oRlt. Mess, per bid 24 a2ll Prime" " 22 a 23J Siden. Dry Salted 10 a 12 Slioiililcrs 10 a 11 Hams, Salted 1 la 151 " Smoked 15 a 16 Dressed Hoes 12 a 131 Di.tF, Extra Mess 10 a 23 I'ouutry .Mess 14 a2u KF.Is, iimotny.. Clover.... Klax Tobacco... ...14 a 14 .2.80 a 2.85 .... a DnitD Aiti.ks, State . 9 a 10 ..8 a U, Ohio and Western... Greem Ari-i.KS, Fnll mtcr 6.50 a 7.50 4.75 a 4.W) 4.75 a4.0 8. 50a 9.00 ..15a 50 15a50 47 a 50 45a 47 25 a 30 1.00 a 1. 20 27 a 28 8 a 10 Potatoes, Mercers Peachlilovs Omoss. White Red Hops, State, New " ermout Wool, State Washed erinoiit " Cnwashed Sheep. Pelts Ilortr.v, Small Boxes Ma ILK Sl'tiAH I.Aiin in Kegs 15 alii 15 a 16 1 icrccs Tallow. Prime Cakes 11 a 12 t un K. l.i. State 9.90 a 10.45 81H)a9.20 12.40 a 13.25 Superfine State.... Ex. Southern Baltimore.... Ohio and Western. Canada Buckwheat Flour. Wiikat, White Red Km. State Oats, State and Canada.. .. Western IlARi.F.r, State and Canada Coum, White Western Yellow Rkans, Marrows Kx. Medium a 10.40 a 13.00 14.00 a 14.25 5.75 a 6.00 3.10 a 3.15 1.88 a 1.90 84 a 85 .83 a 84 ..1.24 a 1.26 '.'.i.w a fi.oo Pus, Marrow 1.60 a 1.65 Kf.ATHKHs, Live Ocese SOa'.K) K.ik.s, State 36 a 3tt Western 35 a 38 PiiflTnr, Dressed Turkirs....: 25 a W Cuickeus 22 a 23 Ducks 20 a 24 Geese 15 a 16 1'F.TRoLKrM, Crude 15 a 10 llotul 25 a 26 ntnRiDii Iu Bradford, March 12, by Rnv. Mr. Will- lams, Charles II, Riley, Esq., and Miaa Aluii- ra Origgs, both of Orford, N. 11. )it:i. At East Corinth, March 31, of consumption, Jacob Ilghton, aged 70 years. iehi;tia.h NVKir. A protected solution of the protoxide of Iron, supplies the blood with its life element, Iron, giving strength, vigor and nsw life to tbe whole system. If the thousands who are suAVrlng from Dyspepsia, Debility, Female Weaknesses. would but test the virtues of tbe Peruvian Syrup, the effect would not only astonish themselves but would please all their frieuds ; for Instead of feeling cross, "all gone" and miserable, they would be cheerful, vigorous and active. a msnxnuisUKn jtiRiar writrs to a brirho as roixows i I have triad tha Pnruviui Rveiin anil ihs suit fully sustains your prediction, it nana a new man or me, inTused into my system new tlgor anil energy I am no longer tremu lous and debllltatiui. .. k.n i. ... me, bat stronger, heartier, and with larger ca pacity for labor, mental and physical, then at any time during the last nve years." i uouaanus nave oeen onangeU by tha use tins renieiiy iroiu weaa, suiaiy, suttertug area, turea, to strong, healthy, anal happy men and women) auu iiivaiius 011001 reaaoualUT neat tale to give it a trial. Tbe genuine baa "I'eruvian Syrup" blown tba Rlasa. A :u page pamphlet will be sent free, J, I'. DINKMOKK, t-roprtetor, Mo. 36 Dey St., New Tork. SoldbyaUdruggUta. 40w4 BCBOfXXA. The Bar. George Storra, of Brooklyn. N. T.. says, in the Bible Examiner, by way of apolo gy for publishing a medical certificate iu his niagaxiue, of l be cure of his only son, of Scrof ula, "after diaolution apiieared inevitable." We publish this statement, not filr nav. but in gratitude to Ood who has answered prayer, and in justice to Dr. Anders ; being satisfied that there is virtue In the Iodine W ater treat ment, which the readers of this Magaiine will thank its Editor for bringing to their notice." Circulars free. Dr. H. Anders' Iodine Wa ter ia for sale by J. P. DIN8MOKK, Proprie tor, 36Dey St., N. Y-, and by all druggists. Cl.EA.1SE THE BLOOD. m WITH corrupt, or tainted blood, you are siek all over. It may burst out in Pimples, or (8ores, or in some active disease, or it may merely keep you list less, depressed and good for noth ing. Hut you cannot have rood health while your blood is impure. Ayer's Sarsapanlla purges outiucse impurities ; it ex pels disease and restores health and stimulates the organs of life into vigorous action. Hence it rapidly cures a variety of complaints which are caused by impurity of the blood, such as Scrofula, or King s Evil, Tumors, ITcers, Sores, Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches. Boils, St. Antho ny's Fire, R.-se or Erysipelas, Tetter or Salt Rheum. Scald Head. King Worm, Cancer or Cancerous Tumors, Sore Eyes, Kemalo Diseas es, such as Retention, Irregularity, Suppres sion, Wb'tes. Sterility, also Syphilis or V ene- real Diseases, Liver Complaint, and Heart Diseases. Try Ayer's Barsaparilla, and see for yourself the surprising activity with which it cleanses the blood and cure these disorders. During late years the public have been mis led by large buttles, pretending to give a quart of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most of these have been frauds upon the sick, for they not only contain little, if any, 8iiraarilla, but often no curative ingredient whatever. Hence bitter disappointment has followed the use of the various extracts of Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the name itself has become synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still we coll this compound "Sarsapa rilla," and intend to supply auch a remedy as shall rescue the name from the load of obloquy which rents upon it. We think we have ground for believing it has virtues which are irresisti ble by the class of diseases it is intended to cure. We can assure the sick, that we offer them the best alterative we know how to pro duce, and we have reason to believe, it is far the most effectual purifier of tho blood yet dis covered. AVer's CllCtTV Pectoral is sn universally known to surpass every other medicine for the cure of Coughs. Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness, Croup, Uronchitis, Incipient Consumption, and for the relief of Consumptive Patients in ad- van ecu stages ot the uiacase, that it is useless here to recount the evidence of its virtues. The world knows them. Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER Sc Co., Lowell, Mass., aud sold by all Druggists and dealers in medicine everywhere. In Hradford, by GEO. 1'liICH AKD, nnd LEONARD sY DAY. 35m2 NOTICE. WHEREAS taxes assessed by Vairlce Meet ing Housa Association oil the Pews in Fsirlee Church, for the purpose of defraving extenses of warming and lighting said house and tbe same remaining unpaid, via : No. of Pew, Owners, Taxes. " 16 Josiah T. Morrison, 2.24 " 17 Alex. II. Oilmore. ,T5 " 35 Wm. Abbott's Estate, 2.53 ' 40 DriggsAken, 1,53 " 4 Silas Keed s Estate, 1.00 " 50 Wm. Dhild, ,!6 Said Pews will be sold at Public Auction at the residence of Wm. Child, Clerk of said As sociation, at 1 o'clock, P. M., April 17th, IStW, to meet the taxes aforesaid, together with the excuses of collection, if the taxes are not pre- viuusiy pant. Per Order ot the Meeting House Association. BENJ. P. DR1GGS, Collector. Fairlee, March 31, 1808. COUNTRY MERCHANTS, DAIRYMEN, FARMERS, AND OTHERS, COHSIC TOIR t.8hc8, Beeswax, Beans, Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Flour and Meal, Fax, Cotton, Furs and Skins, Dried and Green Fruits, Grain, Wool, Game, Poultry, Naval Stores, II ops, Ginseng, Feath ers. Henin, Provis ions, Lard, Tallow. Tobacco. Seeds, Sor- chum. Molasses, &c, &c. JOSIAH CARPENTER, rm kIan MarAhanl uonci ai uiniiiu-'" 442 Washington Street, NEW YORK CITY. Aud receive his weekly Trice Cur rent of Produce and Groceries the I . ,. ... i,,:,,.. nllnsu P,,K. aVe., mo8t ".-"' 4 ' " lishcd in the United O in ICR. Send tor a Price Current. m. hat , v., . . ..,,1 ria..t. AiarKinK I laics " vnu VrirnlnlLwl IW 1 UmtSUed J? ree. of a t ' Liberal Advances made ou Consign ments. StkMUhtd May Ut, 1800. In First class Inferences givn when ltequlreu. to conrstmPTivEs. The advertiser, having been restored to health 4n a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suffered for seveial years with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease consumption, ia anxious to make known to his fellow .sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it, he will seud a copy of the prescription used (free of charge.) with the directions for preparing and using the same which they will find a sure cure for consump tion. Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, and all Throat and Lunir affections. The oulv ob ject of the advertiser in aending the prescrip lion is lo uenent me atuicteu, and spread in formation which be conceives to le invaluable, aud he hopes every sufferer will try his reme dy, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the pre scription, free, by return mail, will please ad dress REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, 21 1 Williamsburg, Kings Co. N. Y. NEW MEAT MARKTE. r111E Subscriber has opened a Meat Market X under Dr. Parr's Book Store, where he in tends to keep on baud a good supply of all kinds of fresh meat, well dressed and proper ly cared for. As be drives no cart his meat will not !e carried all over the County before being offered for sale to his patrons in this Village. Ready pay ia his motto. He has not a large amouut of funds to invest, and be uopea to sell tor ready pay and small prottts. WINKIELD S. ANDROSS. Bradford, Maroh 31, 1st. 43tf USE RENNE'S PAIN-KILLIXG MAGIC OIL. "IT WORKS LIKE A CHARM." Every person In this town will find it for their pront as well as lor tneir comiori, ti tney use Kenne s Pain-Killing Magic Oil when tney nave Headache, Toothache, Chilblains, Ague in the r ace and Jaws, urns anouMers, uneuma tism, S iiitiea, Kruises Cramps, Colds, Croup, Sore Throat, or any pains of this nature. The ladies will find its use a blessing to relieve their peculiar pains. It is one of the best things to use in the family as a general reme dy for any kind of painful disorder, or hurt or nurn, ever discovered, and it is clean and de licious to use. Use it freely. Sold by all Druggists. Merchants and Grocers. W5I . KK.1 I:, sole proprietorand man ufacturer, Pittsfield, Mass. Sold in llradford, by Uco. Priehard ; Pier mont, by H. Cutting ; Newbury, by Keys & Co. ; Orford, by Wiilard Brothers. 37m4 II. P. 1IALLAK fc CO., Strictly Produce Commitrion McrcKanti, For tbe SAUtor Butter, Cheese, Lard. Tallow, Eggs, Deans Peas, Hour, urain, wool, imps, run beef Poultry, (lame, Venison, Green AtilDriel VruilH. Cotton. Tobacco. High Wines, and all kinds of Country Produce. 339 Wukliglsi HU, I V. Orders for Merchandise of all kinds promptly billed tree ot cnarge. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. References : North River Bank, N. Y. City it 1 f V V . I V non. iiorauu inukuu, .vuiu.uu! ... . , v. Whilehouse, 25 CourtlaudSt., N. Y. ; David Muir. 2 llroadwav. N. Y. : Second Nations Hank. Jersey Citv. N. J. : Smith ot. Maynardl 15 Courtland 8t. N. Y. ; A. L. Simouson, 186 Washington St.. N. Y. ; D. G. McCotter, 141 Broadway, N. Y. ; Ballard & Co., Richmond, Vs. AUCTION THE interest of the estate of Merrill G. Beard, deceased, lute of Bradford, in the premises now occupied by Warren Pepper, in Wellington, in Orange County, will be sold at Public Auction, to the highest bidder, on Friday, April 10, A. D. lS08,at 1 o'clock P. M. The" premises consist of a new, one story wood house, well bcilt and finished, and abuut 2-4 of au acre of laud, situated just north of Washington Flat. The title to the proierty is in the estate ; but it is under contract oi sale to Susau Pepper, wife of Warren Pepper. Terms made known, and full explanation of the contract given at tune ot sale. R. FARNHAM, ) .,,,. MARY A. HEARD. C Aum ' Bradford, Vt., March 25, 1SC8. 42w3 JOSEPH W. DRAPERS ESTATE. COMIKNIOvER.4' NOTICE. ritHE SUBSCRIBERS, h iving been appoint . ed by the Honorabfe Probate Court tor the DistHct of Bradford, Commissioners to receive, exaL ine and adiust all claims and demands of , , -.... .... . VI f ail persons, against me nsiuieoi u. T . isruier, late ol uradiord, in said lnsinct, deceas ed, represented insolvent, and the term of six Iliouius liuiu vu ioiu uny oi uinrvu, tow, being allowed by said Court to the oreditors of aaid deceased, to exhibit and prove their re snective claims betore us: Alive notice, that we will attend to toe duties oi our appoint ment at the dwelling-house of Mrs. Rebecca Draper, in Bradford, In said district, on the 2d day of May and 17th day of Sept. next, at I o clock in ttieaitcraaon.oneacn oi saiu uays. iiKO. 1'KlCMAKU, 1 GEO. BALDWIN, Conra'rs. C. P. CI.AKK. ) Bradford, March 25, 1856. 42w3 EZRA W.COPPS ESTATE. COMMISSIONER' NOTICE. THE SUBSCRIBERS, having been appoint ed by the Honorable Probate Court for the district of Bradford, commissioners, to re ceive examine, and adiust all claims and de mands of all persons, against mo estate oi Eira W. Copp, Into of Corinth, iu said dis trict, deceased, represented insolvent, anil the term of six months from the 21st day of Feb., 1808. beiinr a lowed by aaid court tot lie c mon itors of said deceased, to exhibit and prove their resnective i luims before us: Give no tice, that we will auemi to ine autica oi our appointment at ine uwuuing-nnusn oi maion lluinnhrv. in Coniitti. in said district, on the 20th day of August next, at one o'clock, lu the aitoruoon, on said day. Ill A 1,1 F.I I1U.11I 11UCI, I p . i, u ii.ciiviu t commrs, m. ..no . .. ...3, Corinth, March 6, A. D., 18C8. 41 wS URXRYL. TILLOTSOaTS ESTATE. rjTATl! O sV VERMONT, O BHAHrOKU DISTRICT, I In probata court, boldcn at Corinth, on the 10th dav of March. A. D. 1808. R. M. Bill. Esq., administrator of the estate of llnnrv L. Til otaon. late ot lopsnam. Ill salt district, deceased, makes application to suiil court for license to sell all ol toe real estate o said ileceasnd. reiireaentlnit that said snh would conduce to the best interest ot all In terested ill said estate, vit '. Tbe homestead of said deceased, situated In West lopsliam t thrne-fnurths of an acre of I Un.i. iim .. .. n .... .1... said application come under consideration and be heard on the 4th day of April, A. D. IKtiS, at the probate oflloe In West r airle ; anil, tt la lurtner ordered, tuat an pcrsous niiensieii oo notillml hereof, by pulillcation of notice n this annlieatbin and order thereon, three week successively in tbe National Opinion, printed at Bradford, Vt., iM'fore said time ol Hearing that they may apiear at said lime auu place and, If they see cause oiunot tneroto. By onlernf Court. Attest, ALVA1I IIKAN, Register A true copy of record, 41 w Attest ALVA1I BEAN, Register. JOII.V TORUS ESTA TK. OTATK OF VERMONT O HRAIiruRU DISTRICT In Probate Court, holden at West Kalrlee, ou tho Hilh day of March, A. D. ISt'l, Administrator of tho estate of John Ford late of Corinth, In aaid district, deceased imlina aimiillnatlon to said ooiirt lor license U ..il .11 ..I II,. rt,m ntate uf said dcoeased. rrn resenting that aaid sale Is necessary for the payment ol tlie aeots oi saiu uecraauu ltlorrl. i.ulnn. I an rolled. I eolllalliinR i'i a of laud the Dunham farm, containing aliout 100 acrea ; and about l acres of other lands. Whereupon it la ordered by aaid oourt that said application come miner cohi""m"" iw noam on tne suesuay - . h probt ' ' West Kairlo. BnJ ' ,t furhrr orUeral, that all person. ln( h. nntlllsd hereof, br publication of of uotiee of this application and order thereon, three weeks successively In tha al V" Ion, tiriti at llradfonl. before said tlm- of bearing, that they may appear ''' and plioa, nnd If Ihey as. cause, old- thereW. I, J nir ' n . 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No other form of Neuralgia or Nervous Dis ease has failed to yield lothts WONDERFUL REMEDIAL OENT. Even In the severest cases ofChronio Neu ralgia and general nervous derangements of many years standing aBecting the entire aye tern, its uso for a few days, or a few we .a at the utmost, always affords the most astonish ing relief, and very rarely falls to prod see s, complete aud permanent cure. It Contains uo drugs or other materials la the slightest degree lidueious, sren to tha most dclloata system, and can always hs nsd with PERFECT SAFETY, It has long been in constant ns by aaany sf on MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS, who giva it their uuanlnioua Rifl nnquaUlt4 ''Scnthy mall on receipt of pries, and postags. Ons package, il.no, Pcstag Hit packages, 6.. Tw-lva packages 9.00, ' , It is sold by all wholesale and retail dealers In drug, and medicldes throughout tbs luitsst ti,mXeYlUsiHk CO., Sol- proprietor., I JO Trsmout St., Boston, Mass. CaUrrh can be Cured. raAnd every dlseaas of ths boss and bead, by the free uss of ths Compoum:, BAEDEHS OERMAN SNUFF, Oive It a fair trial. It eosU bat cts. i'nr sale by all druglsta, or ssnd rrs, ts O. P. HEYMOUR at CO., BosUift, and recslvs a but by return mail. Hjrl WUY BUFFER PBOM SOKES Whan, by ths use of the AKN IC A OINEMKST you can anally be .nrsd. It has relieved thons- . - r i -.. . - j- anue irom u.i uss, cmm, voay..i, - raias, CwU, Ssiniss, ana ftsrs eomflaini of Us tki. bs turn ts salt for HALE'S Ally ICA OINTMEST. for sals by sU druggists, or sen ynsr addrss and an aanU to O. P. MEi MOt Kss CO Ilsa toT, Unas., and rscelv. bog by saaU. aOOD ASSORTMKNT of i) A skMsfsn. IIHIIIII, Is.nf'B, aVi' cling, llandkerehlefa. t2. Vmlts! Tshlo Covers, Prsnrh aasT 2" v ; ' is rf . t i "1 -J f f '