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Agriculture as Viewed by Noted Men. Agriculture is tlio most certaiu bouivu of Btreugtli, wealth and in dependence. Comorcc flourishes by ciivuiustaneos precarious, contiii gent, transitory, almost as liable to changes us the winds and wuves that wait it to our shores. She may well bo termed the younger sister, for, in all emergencies, she looks to agriculture both for defense and for supply. Colton. The first three men in the world, were a gardener, a ploughman, and a grazier; and if any man object that the second of these was a mur derer, I desire he would consider that as soon as lie was so, he quit ted our profession and turned build er. Cowley. In ancient times, the sacred plow en-ployed the kings, and awful futh is of mankind. Thomson. In the age of acorns, antecedent to Ceres and the royal ploughman, Triptolemus, a single barley corn hail been of more raluo to man kind than all the diamonds that f lowed in the mines of India. 11. Brooke. Trade increases tho wealth and and dory of a country ; but its real Btn. until nnil stamina are to be looked for among the cultivators of the land. Lord Chatham. In a moral point of view, the life of the agriculturist, is the most pure and holy of any class of men; pure, because it is the most healthful, and vice can hardly find time to contam inate it; and holy because it brings the Deity perpetually before his view, giving him thereby the most exalted notions of supreme power, and the most fascinating and en dearing view of moral benignity. Lord John Eu.isdl. f lie farmers are the founders of civilization. Daniel Webster. And lie gave it for his opiuion, that whoever could make two ears of corn, or two blades of grass, to grow ui)on a spot of ground where only one grew before, would deserve better of mankind, and do more essential service to his country than the whole raceof politicians put to gether. Stcift. Command large fields, but culti vate small ones. Virgil. The frost is God's plough which ho drives tliroimh every inch of ground in the world, opening each clod, and pulverizing the whole. Fuller. The Department of Agriculture at Washington, some time since is sued a circular to all its correspon dents. Tho answers were returna ble by March 1st, 1874. Among the questions asked was: "What branch of Agriculture has been most profitable in the country the past year J " Answers were receiv ed from almost every county in the United States, and tho results are summed up as follows . by J. E. Dodge, the statistician : "In Maine, hay occupies the first place and dairy husbandry tho sec ond ; hay ami stock-raising are of equal importance in New Hamp shire ; dairy-husbandry stands high in its predominenco in Vermont; in Massachusetts, hay first, market gardening next; tho garden and the dairy divide tho honors in liliode Island ; and tobacco stands first in Connecticut. There is much diversity in New York, but dairy husbandry is far in advance, being the choice of one-third of the coun ties. There is much variety in New .Jersey, though market-gardening stands first. In Pennsylvania man ufacturing and mining make a va ried production most popular, few counties indicating very decided preferences, though wheat (as few suppose) holds tiie first place in one sixth of the counties. In Delaware, tobacco; in Maryland, tobacco and fruit-growing. Of more than fifty Virginia counties, expressing deci ded preferences, 10 favor tobacco, !) 'mixed husbandry," u corn, o stock-raising, 5 market-gardening, and others pea-nuts, sheep-husbandry, fruit growing and wheat. In North Carolina corn stands numer ically be lore cotton. In Florida, sugar-cane is preferred, while cot ton predominates in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Texas. In Arkansas ccrn stands first ; anil in Tennessee hay and corn are preferred. In West Vir ginia, corn and stock-growing ; in Kentucky, tobacco and corn ; in Ohio, great diversity appears, sheep lmsbandry, com, general cropping, wheat, hay and fruit-growing ; and in Michigan a siinliar variety, wheat dairying and fruit-growing. Corn is king in Indiana and hay prime minister. Corn is also first in Illi nois and wheat next. In Minneso ta, wheat ; in Wisconsin, wheat and tho dairy ; in Iowa and Mis souri, stock growing, corn and wheat. The order in Kansas and Nebraska is wheat, stock-raising and corn. In California, wheat, sheep-husbandry and fruit-crowi ncr. In Oregon, wheat and stock-growing. The Book Canvasser. nvjowi 1111.1.1NU1. About 8 years ago, whllo at din ner with my family, I was! informed that thare was a gentleman in the parlor who must see mo imegiately on very important bizzness. Hastening from the table, i found myself in the presence ov a plainly drest but very nervous man, who informed me that ho wast canvass ing mi disrikt for the sulo of Doctor Erastus Spignot's new work, entitl ed the "Normal Circulashun ov the Wood." I at once informed the man that i did not want tho work. lie then begun a long ackount of i,s raluo and importanso to every human being, when i broke in upon his eloquiico bi repeating that i did not want tho work, He continued by telling m that no library would be komplete with out it. Again i declared in the most posatill' terms that i did not want the work. , At this point the stranger seated himself in a chair, and deliberately drew the book in question out ov hiz satchel, and informed mo that no gentleman to whom he had otter ed it had failed to subscribe. Growing desperate, i deklared in tho most emphatick tones that i would not hav the book at any price. Rising from his chair, he took oph hiz overcut, and, throwing it care lessly on tho sofa, struck an attitude, and for ten minutes gave the most glowing ackount ov thocirkulashun ov the blood and the anatomy ov man that i ever listened to. I once more assured him, in a be seechinff manner, that i did not want the book. Seating himself again in the chair, and wiping the drops ov perspiras hen from hiz brow, he went back to the days of Adam and Eve, and for half an hour talked az no human ever talked before on tho various diseazes the human sistem waz sub ject to, closing up with a vivid resi- tal ov the cirknlasheu ov the blood Again i insisted upon it that the book would be ov no use to mo, and that i would not hav it. Springing from his seat, with the book in his hand and his eyes flash ing fire and hiz whole manner in tense, he began to sho me its kon tedts. commencing at the title-page. I saw at last that it was wuss than madness to resist enny longer, so i subskribed for the book, con so lating myself with tho refieckshun thai if i ever had a book to sell my self i would hav it sold bi subscrip shun. The more i think ov it, i am sode lited with the pious energy and long suffering ov the book canvasser, that 1 wouldn't think ov selliug a book enny other way. He iz a man whom you kant es kape enny more then yu kau yure ownshuddo; he follows his viktim like a ghost and hangs around him grinning like an undertaker. The only way to get lid ov him is to subskribo at once, and let him go for the next phellow. The shaving sope man and the life insurance agent are very good in their way but they don't komparo with the book canvasser for lively work enny more than the pensive cockroach duz to tho red-hot mus- keeto. They steal on yu like a kat on a mouse, when you aint looking for them, and, like the fly in the spider's web, the more yu tri to get out the further yu git in. I luv tho book canvasser now , hiz words are like hunny in the comb, and hiz logick iz like sweet ile, and tho ho may sell me a book i dont want, and wont hav, thare iz real phun in the way that he duz it. I subskribe now, nt least ouco a year, for sum kind ov a book, that i never look into, with a title to it az long az tho tail ov a kat, just be cause the nook canvasser iz so po lite and so utterly impossible to get ridov. N. Y. Weekly. Defining a Mason. Two brick layers were discussing the merits and demerits of Free Masonry, about which either knew uothiug, but wished to make his opponent believe that he did. "I know more about Masons than you think I do,' sai d one. "Pshaw t that's nonsense,' was the reply, "There's Jack, the hod-carrier, listening very atten tively, and I should not bo a bit surprised if he knows more than both of us." "Jack," ho cried to the colored individual. "Sar t" "Do you know the difference be tween a Mason and anti-Mason f " "Yes sar, I belieb 1 does." " Well, wuatisitt" "If my braiu tells Ue truf an' it never fail's Misou is do man what lays de mortar, an' anti-Mason is de man what carries de bod. The proposition to introduce ladies as railroad conductors is frowned upon in view of the fact that their j trains are always behiud. An exchaugo has the following advico to the people nbout the busi ness Interests of a town or village, which is applicable to any region i "The way to make a llvo place to do all that you can to make tho business of your neighbor u suveess. Advertise your business niun by speaking a good word for them wherever you go. Always be on tho alert to induce new branches of industry to locate in your midst; judiciously aid every enterprise that pomises to add business facilities; support local newspapers by taking ami paying for them, and teelmgan interest in their welfare; if you know of any item of news which would interest the public, take some pains to let the editor know it ; do not hold your vacant lots at a price too high ; don't hold a penny so near to your eyes as to hide a dollar at arm's length." And another adds "don t give your neighbor a kick if you suspect he is going down hill, lie pist, gen erous, liberal, helpful and friendly ; so you will bonefit yourself as well as others." Joaquin Miller in Home. At an evening reception I observed a man who had neglected both broad cloth and gloves; his hair hang over his forehead and his thin boots had no polish. "That's Joaquin Miller," said my partner : "he is us ing down in the theatre of Marcel lus, among tho old iron and scrap shops, studying the people and neg lecting the form and ceremony which society imposes on all its pet lions." 1 was seated with him later when he was invited by a lady to dance. Ile declined with tho excuse that he had retired from tho carpet since he got a bullet in his leg. "Perhaps Mr. Miller would give us the war dance," suggested a gentleman near, "Oh do, Mr. Miller," pleaded sever al young ladies at once, "Well, now," said he, "it was only two or three evenings ago when after being begged an hour and a halt I agreed to try tho war dance, but 1 had scarcely begun preliminaries when the ladies objected, and of course Iliad to give it up." "Why, how strange Mr. Miller ; what u hi you do ! "Naturally," said he, "I was going to dance it in costume, but I hadn't gone any further than tak ing off coat and vest when the peo plo objected, as I told yon." Loan uv a Wivu, New York is seldom without a domestic sensa tion. There is a peculiar one just now agitating the surface ot tash iouable society. One of the parties is the son of a millionaire. He is a very fast young man and drives a spanking team. He is unmarried, and is regarded as a great catch. The other parties are a young man and his wife, livery afternoon the carriage of the millionaire's son drives up to the lady's house ; the uusband and wife appear; the hus band hands the wife into thecoach, and while she drives off he returns to the house. On tho return of the lady her husband meets her, and gives her a warm greeting. In the evening the trio can be seen on the pavements, dining cozily at fashion able saloons, or occupying the same box at the opera. The party make a sensation wherever they go. Like a nervous man who watches an acrobat on the trapeze, fashionable New York holds its breath to see what tho result of this strange alli ance will be. And now Horatio Seymour fol lows Francis Kernau in declining tho Democratic nomination for the Now York Governorship. Zr.O.IT. STEVENS DENTIST, Would respectfully in form 1 ho people of Hi-nd- umi iiioi yu iint.v mill in- nils iiiriii'ii j.i-iiini Kooms over the new l'rintinir Oll'ice, Ili'iidfurd, Vt.. mill is pcrniiinently located. Dr. Stevens lias hu.il twelve years oi' successful pi-uetice. There aris now m use SOO Kct of 1 1 1' 111 iiCRriMlfbiNt and adjoining towiiH of his munufiicturc, and the work will speuk for itself. Especial attention yiven to proservinjr tho NuturalTecth hy tillinj; with Gold, Silver, .to. Hp. has all tli modern improvements, and warrants his work equal to uuy done iu tho State. Price urn rcnsoiiltlc iih nil)- good Iix-itleil Dentin). Nil runs Oxide flu or Ether administer ed iu tho extraction of teeth. 5U-tl' BOOKNTORK, Bradford, Vt. Mrs. J. N. Clark having purHitiBiMl of Mr. Duttmi the Btnk o guori wiiit-h ho liutl tin hitiid, has .since made large, udtlit ionn to that, ami lias now a largo HHgoi'tmeut of STATIONERY, of every description, Children's Toys, Miscellaneous ami School ItOOKS, flames of all sorts, a good assortment of Fresh Caudioa, Confectionery, I'erlumery, Brushes, Combs, Wallets, Draw injr Materials, and all articles commonly found at a variety Store. All to lie sold us cheap us they can be obtained elsewhere. liberation. This is to certify that I huve this day f-iven my son, George T Learitt, his tiincjdu'rinjr his minority, and shall claim none of his wage ami pay no debts of his contracting after this date. Bradford. Vt., April I, 1874. MOSES N. LEAV1TT. Witness, W. P. Holt. fcjw3 QTATK OK VH KMONT, ) lliuiir-oiiu Distiiii T, SS. In I'rohiito, Court, held at Newbury, in alii district, on the '.'1st day of May, A, l. I H7 1. John Bailey, Jr., administrator of I Im estate oi jonu vt liuelinrjiiui oi pcwiuiry, in sum District, cImccusimI. presents Ills ml mlnist ration in count lor exutnlnslli'ii mid allowance uud makes application for iissipiinnMit to the wid ow out. nf tint estate of said deeeuscd, VVIii.fetipiin, )t is ordered hy suld court, that said account In referred In it ses sion of said court to be held at the I'rnbiitn Dllleii In said Newbury on the tit li day of lilll', I Nil, fr hearinu uud decision t Hereon Anil, It la further ordered, that notice hereof licylveil toall persons interest ed, by publication of the siinie three weeks successively in the National Opinion a news paper published at llriidfuid, Vt., pri vious to said time appointed for hciirinu, (but they muy appear ui time nnil place, and show cause, if tiny t lii'.v may have, why suld ac count should not lie allowed, uud such decree made. By tho Court, Attest, fr.'wll II. W. UAH.KY.Judne. Jonathan (Iilciukst's Will. STATE OK VKUMONT, llradford District, KS. Inl'roliule Court held at Bradford, within and for suid District on the Will day of May, A. D. H" I, an Instrument purporting tube the last Will and Testament of .liinalbaii (lilehrist late of Hrudford, ill saiil District de ceased being presented to the Court by Until Wulhieo for l'robatc. It Is ordered by said co, lit that all persons eouccrituil therein be lie tilled to appear at a session of suid Court to be held at the Trotter House, llrudtord, on the '-',1 Tuesday of July A. D. 1 87 I, anil show cause it any they may have, against tho l'robatc of said Will. For which purpose it is further or dered that a ropy of the record of Ihis or der bu published three weeks successively in the National Opinion printed at llradford previous to said time uppoiuted for hearing By tho Court. Attest, 51w3 H.W. BAILEY, Jiultfi). James Chambkulin's Kstatk. THE SUBSCUIlllCllS, havina he.Mi uppointed by the Honorable l'mlmlc Court, for the Dis trict of Bradford. Commissioners, to receive, examine, nud adjust all claims and demands of all persons tipiiust the estate of James Chambcrlin, late of Corinth, in said District, deceased, represented insolvent ami tiie term of six months from the lith day of Mav, 1H7I, heiiiK allowed by said Court to the creditors of said deceased, to exhibit and prove their respective claims before us: (live notice that we will nttetul to the duties of our appoint ment at tho dwellinn-houso of Holiert Kultun. in Corinth, in suid District, on the (iih dav of July ami November next, at one o'clock iu the' afternoon, on each of sah duys. May i;tth, A. D. 174. J. K. DAHLIXfl. fllwS K. K. Fl'LTON CoimniHHumiu'8. Jane Borough's Estate. THE SKHStUilHKUS. having wV appolnt oil hy tho HounvaMo I'tooito Ooint for tho Distiiul of Urmllniil. Co.imiix.siuiicr.s, to it c i' I vis examine, ami adjust all claim.' ami tic niamU of all ikthoiih, against tlu cstalo of June Dorough, late of Corinth in said district, decoascd, represented insolvent, and the term of six inontlis from tlieStti day of April 1871, being allowed hysi.nl Court, to tlio credi tors of wuid decctiNcil. to exhibit and prove their respective claims before ns ; Give notice, that wo will attend to the duties of onr up poititment at the dwelling-house tif James 'M. Doe, in Corinth, insaid District, on the HI It of October next, at 10 o'clock, iu the forenoon on said da v. nsl.)ow' - w Corinth, April, 1874. M. LARGESS, II airDresser Having purchuHcil the Fixtures mid Goods at the BARBERSHOP, ' BRADFORD, VT., fnrniovly owned by ('. M. French, the sub scriber would inform his friends tifnl the pub lic that he is now fully prepared to ntleiid to their wunts iu the line of cuMin l.udies uud Chihlrens Huir, and in fuct evcry-tliiu per taining to tlit- Tonsoriul Art, in lirst class stylo. Shampooing. Coloring, iSie. UuKor.-i Honed at short notice. cell Ifuors Cli-uu Towels Prompt and Courteous Attention Ho oilers you these and iiskn u trial, iy His shop wil bo kept open every dnv uud evening. lie also keeps for sale Uuzors umi Straps, Perfumery, Huir Oil SlmviiiK Soap, .Ve Please yive him a call. For Horse only. A sitro cure for foub, Coldy, Swelling of llwi fi lands, Sore Throat, Epidemic. CataVrb, Horse Ail, and all diseas es nf the Throat and Liui'm. These powders arc safe at all limes, being free from Poison ous Drns. Prepared only by lr. 1 i M II.KflNO, V E T E 14 IN AliYS U 11 G E O N, CLAKCMONT, N. II. H. O. DAY, Sole A-ent for llradford and vicinity. FOR SALE, Ono-hnlf of u PEW iu tho METHODIST CIlUliCH. L. V. HALE. Adm'r. llradford, Vt,, Jan. 15th, 1H74. New BlarMe Works. H.M.GRIFriX, DESIGNER & EXGIIAVEK. (For 13 years in the IlraiU'ord Marble Shop,) is pri'pured to do all kinds of Cemetery Work. Monuments, Headstones, Tablets, Ac., of latest designs neatly executed. Order, promptly tilled, uud satisfaction uarruutecd Main Street, 1st door North of Engiuu House. I'tf. MASTICATE ! o.i: hi .-vititr.i ni-:t s. n. White Teeth (the best iu the world) this day received at IIICKOK'S Dental I S, m s , Wei.iji Kivkk, Vt., which will be inserted upon nil tho bases now iu use4 including WHALEBONE RUBBER, For $15 a Set, a -nr v arrautod. 3ui4 Du. P. C. WILKINSON'S WW'WC EMIT ENGLISH OIH FOffBEBS, . WMMfifP m in NHW A 1 ) V IS UTI SUM K N TH. 'H'tiiul n u 'limrplwi-I'ii-less the bowels do l heir duly with I he i-ckuIi I' ll v of clockwork, ported health Is lintiosNihlc. Therefore, when ill-ordered, control tliein im mediately With TAHHANT'i lilKKIIVUSl'liST Ski.txkk AI'K.Iiiknt, the iiuist ueuiiil balsamic and clleetive laxative uud alterulive known to the medical profession. Sold by ilriitfttists. aoents wanted for PROF. FOWLER S GREAT WORK Oil MttHhmnl, l-omAoe(, (iml thrir ftittitit lulrr ri liilinnn ; .ore, ill I mm, Vow. rr. Aleuts ale selling from I.? to J5 copies per day, Send lor specimen luijfcH and terms to Aleuts, and see whv it sciN faster than imv other hook. Address, NATIONAL IT1I.N. 1XO CO., l-hibidelphiu. Pa. ok i.i:.vi:nV()I.tii. Kansas. OAPITAIi 0000,000 Will ileum inic Loans iin 1 mi-icc ivi:i Id: u. Ks TATii Win til at lcat twice tho amount Inineil thereon. InOri'Nt I 'J tr (Tilt, iicriuiiiiiiii. ( 'oltrrtlHlt it ''im'iju it' Intri'rut (iHilfuillt'nt. Principal and interest payable Iu New York if desired, hend fur clrrului s. Address, UEO. A. MOOlii:, Scc'y. Leavenworth, Kansas. vS' Fifty QoUrrs! The New Florence. PUICK t 'M below- any other .11 ntt-rlim VALl'K $'10 above wirhitj mttrhinr. SAVICD 'iO by buying tho I'loreiice. JCirri mmline mimtnlttl. Siecittl trniiH tit VIhIih Hml Ikttlrra. nitl fur Ctrcuttit' tti tif Fltiretux S. .V. Co., 'mrinr, Miish., or lilt. L'nion Square, NYu YorA-. LAST CHANCE run AH EASY FORTUNE ! FIFTH & LAST GIFT CONCERT I N AID 0 I'' T II 10 Public Library of Ky. .Tnl.y Mlrsr, LIST OK G 1 rnl C'hmIi 'in I iirmil 'inIi !'!. 1 4si-iiiil 'imIi 4ii't. 1 4l-lllll iiift. 1 4slltlll CiinIi HH't i Cash (lilts, -Jl,niai ci n TS. . 'j.Hi.ooo ....loo.ooo ... 7.,i .... .11). (( .... S.t.lXHr $IIIU.II!II .... 1 IU.OOU l.l'l.llll'l IIIO.IMll Mn. mm (lil.ODll IIIO.IloO lllil.llllll -.'0.000 ,rrl,0,IO MII.OOII llll III Cnsh Oilts, I t. II neb ;1 Cash (lifts, pi.tltlil e. ,ell an CuhIi (litis, .'i.ouii e a Cash (litis, J.lillll c :in Cash (Jilts, li.imn c M Cash. (lilts, S.linil c HIO Cu-h dills, 1,0111! , SHU Cush (lifts. fiilll e ollll Cush (lifts, KM , 1!I,(JH0 Cash (lifts, 50 e ueh nch 'ilch acli 'ueh nch ueh. ueh. ttO.OOO fVifUM.nll '!r. $9,.'!00,000 PUICK OF TIOKJCTN. Whole Tickets ! 50.00 Halves, y.VOO Tenths, or each Coupon,. ...... full) ii lion; rickets lor rioo.oo stii Tickets for 1,000.00 For Tickets or inform, ition. address xti os. i;. itit on.iirrric. Aycul nud Alunutvcr, Public Librnrv Jiuildinj;, Louisville, Kr.,or TIIOS. II. MAYS &. CD., l-amtern Ajjenls, , (100 Brnuilwuv, New York. n 17 5,1 sumple bnttleof Almii4n' ITjtll ICol:iiii- IIiiIniiiu ut nil il ruuuists'. l'leusunt. tiud uu uutuiliu rcnie- dv for Asthinn, Coughs. Cobls, Lun Com plaints, &.c. l,ui'ne Imllles, Jj cents. Dr. r, W. Kinsman, Proprielor, Augusta, .Me. $.'iOOO lor u ease it will not euro. Trv it. VVii's iSYtriiK Mttehine (ieen the brut sutisuetiiHt to the user, in puitl for iwmt remtihj, and in tiie best of till In Kelt. if there i tin " lnme:tlte" azenl in your Inini, dijitij In DOJfh'S'JWO A'. .If. an.. AVw York. I.AIIIO.i H-il for t-li'uiii I'.ihIi ion book WANTEO--AGENTS. ternity all over tho country .' EitertMic men cnii luulio from $10 to fl-Jji (tuy. and not work liulf t ho time ; no book. Cull on or uddrcss lAiMLS T. HILL, l(i:t WnshiiiHtim St., l'rov iueo House, lioslon, Aluss. (it) ( '1' 1 S V. iiS send ct s., to ( I !.-. J. P. Kowi.i.n .t Co.. II Park bow. N. Y., for I heir Kiuhlii-l'iKie J'amiihUt, showing tin cost of lulvorrisini!'. LOOK HERE!!! Any one using Lninber can find almost ivs tliiny wan'ed at CARPENTER'S MILL. West 'i'0MlBSMllf and at reasonable prices. Flooring planed and iointed all you want. Forty thousand No. 1 shaved Shingles for silt; cheap for cash ('a and I will put my time against yours if we can not trade. W. H. CAKPENTKU. West Topshaiu, Vt., July 1st. 41) MmUZ bhViL Vint Important lKcoi''i,v ' nil- -A5?.I.lC A 8E ik a rj.S'AX'SIXU, I'UHIFVBVO, sunt i!t:.VlvI. Avc-iit Is one of Hie most t'tu:a'kalt!e r.it:Hsi ! 9iioirn medical ri'SfsirrSs. Oiirisitf Mic lulu -ivil :tr.ii was exleinivt'iy l t!n- n !il;!'. ami wns Ji;i i,I ! "-) not only i tlirM'jli a! f''l:its, Iml siiio t3tc itioH won dnrfitl r.il sjiM'dy HI2.1S,SS llV.i i:Y ever kitowti. It i w prcii?od in s slc!t!i!ic 5i.iit;i:i:i wl?:. o(lii,l PMtliin atid l9-ii!in; ti,TCiic'eKi l fwsit i' i Kti'Ks ml li:ivia J'or si" resuly sis'l ica iijutil:Tl's.i i-inc . Willi iiit -,iitil';i-toi y umi I . I'Sii'Kil resHll-;, we Issii c no tsitiosi in nliVriii it to f.'i' lie tas tiie tuust Ti'titi2 i'iiii, ami i'43'''liial remedy for ni ftor.r nnd Uh-it, iio insiitrr j how Imv; st:tsuti5f. f' lli"i. 'ms. Wo titul. nnil ''' AKUASIO-V rl SHIM ir FJ.FSRS, and lor Siiin i1isiiis tri'nor.in? Sold by nil Di-u r-ists. Tr.uu S5 -cuts JOHN F. HEM, Sols PiCD'f, WO.3 COLLEGE PLACE, Now York, HSNEY & CO., Burlington, Vt., WHOLESALE AGENTS. II. (1. DAY Still lm mi liiinil, lit the ol.l IMIll'lll'll llPi VTh 1P ii l, 'l r I vim. Main ShtH-t, liiHillintl, Vt., II lut'ifo nlock of DKUCS, MKDICINK8, I'licinicilU, l,ve Slii(lH'., iiImiiiII the ioiiiUi iati:i' tn:incii:fs of the dnv. Toficihci' with tln lai'i'i'Kt nuil liiwt atock nl TRUSSES. SUPPORTERS AND SHOULDER BRACES, to he l'i 1 1 1 i tl Iu the Count y nuioiii! which huir be IoiiiiiI the ccleliriiteil lliinl Kulilier irn umi ui.'Mt of the heat nljli'n to bu found In Mu i kit. I Iu him u uWe utiick of KANYY TO I.ICTdUODS, I'iiiihUHiik III iurt of 1'i'i-liiiiK-r.V. 'I'oili'l Nwiiih, 1 1 Hi I itriiliiN, 'ltli llrif.li.-M. '' III Kraihlii-N, l'll'.ll (tl-llnlirN, Hull- Oil, i oiiiIin. Xi:, Anil In fuel every tliln.t imunll.v keit III wel rcuhiteil 1 ' in ii More. J'iijsiciaits J Wxcrijjlwii ciircfully I'lvpulieil. The nulilic arm i nil y me InviU-il to nil nnil CMiiii'" ii i 1io:::m-Ivcii. Goods First Clus Prices satisfactory llriiilfoul, Kcb'y lit, SALOON FOR SALE. 'llllC iinilcr.-.iiicil nll'ei for mill, the STOCK I HXTI'h'l'.K mill n ;t yu i-h lcuo of Inn S.iliion iu the ll,i,,kt,,n: lluililinj;, iu lliiiilloril illume, Thiit i:A u l:iri 4i'liinlty For u uiiiii to secure u ooil hiirtiiics.-i with u mi, mil moonlit of eiiiil,il. KIXTUKHS NHAUTA' NHW, l-:ver, tiling convenient. A euinl nupjil.v uf ice on linnil, .MMf .ii( .m. J.i:.Mi:vr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, For Diaeasoa of tho Throat and Lunga, ouch aa Oougfha, Golds, Whooping Cough, Broncliltla, Asthma, and Consumption. Among tbo great illcovcrlei of modem icienco, fow aro of mora real valuo to mankind than this ef fectual remedy for all discuses of tho Throat and Lungs. A vast trial of its virtual, throughout this and other countries, has shown that It does surely and effectually control them. Tlio testimony of our best cltl. zens, of all classos, establishes tho fact, tliat Cherry Pkctoral will and docs relieve and euro tho afflicting disorders of the Throat and Lungs beyond liny other medicine. Tho most dniRorous all'octions of tho Pulmonary Organs yield to Its poworj and oases of Consump tion, cured by this preparation, are public ly known, so remarkable aa hardly to bo be lieved, wero they not proven beyond dispute. As a remedy It is adequate, on which tho pbllo may rely for full protection. liy curing Couuhs, tho forerunners of moro serious disease, it suves unnumbered lives, and an amount of suffering not to be computed. It challenges trial, and con vinces tho most sceptical. Every family should keep It on hand as a protection against tlio early and nnpercclvcd attnes of Pulmonary Affections, which aro cosily mot at first, but which become incurable, and too oitcn fatal, if neglected. Ten der lungs neod this defence! and it Is unwiso to ho without it. Aa a safeguard to children, amid the distressing diseases which besot tho Throat and Chest of Childhood, CnKnnv Pectoral Is Invaluable i for, by its timely mo, multi I It tides aro roscued from premature graves, and saved to tho love and aflectlon centred on them. It act's speedily and surely against ordinary colds, securing sound and health-restoring sleep. No ono will sufier troublesomo Influenza and pain ful ISroiichltis, when they know how easily they can bo cured. Originally the product of long, laborious, and successful chemical investigation, no ost or toil Is spared In making every bottlo in tho utmost possiblo perfection. It may bo confidently re. lied upon as possessing all tho virtues it has over exhibited, and capablo of producing euros as mumorablo as tho greatest it has ever offeotod. PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass., I'riicticnl anil Analytical Chomlsta, SOLD BY ALL CltUOGISTS EVERYWHERE. it si a ii' iei, i t:it:aovr. Clnrtmrf f;mil;il $30,000 with liltc.lv t in rrcase to $200,000. This coinpiinv i iiiilhorboil to receive and hoM liioiie.vn on deposit, unil to accept, and execute Trunin nf evcrv ilcsciiptioiinot. incon Hlstent with tin- laws i'l' Uiih Stale, ivh limy he eoiiiinittcil to them by any person or persons, or bv mi v cm poriition, or by any Court of l.'ccoril in this State, anil In act us agents for the purio:-e of isMiiiis, He jiistorinu;, or eeun tci'Kijjiiiiijr the (Vrlilieutes of stock or other cviih noe ol ilclit of any corporation, associ ation, Stntc or public mil liu lily, anil for col lecting: interest on Ihesuino. Deposits may be matin ami withdrawn at any lime. I'iv- per. ci-iil Iiilerest will 1 nl I ! Oil S'f'iill IkviiOwilN, for a peril, il not. less than six months subject to thirty iluys notice before demand for pay ment. It wil net us tiustcit for minors anil iMiirried women, mid take charge of and inau n;:e their separate property It oilers to the pulilie tlio advantages of u Kiiaranteo capi tal of r'ifty thousand ilolhirs spceiully invested hv rciiiireuieut of its charter, and a perpetual succession. Notes discounted. Drafts issued, collcetious iniiiio uud tfeuei'al llunliin" busi ness dune IK1AI1I1 Of TIII'RTUKS ! ALIlliUT 11AI1.KY, l'lcsident. . ,1 w liLISS, Vice President. a, r. noun.), chas. g. smith, K. T. SMITH. U.V HALE, Treas'. IlraiU'ord, Vt Jan. 1st, . BV MAILSBCKNT8 W.IRK BOWL o NEW YORK ADVERTISE iVvfJs. THEj fyA FEASODY MEDICAL ISSTITIT! 4.4 HI l.l'IX'll KJT. IIOMTO.y When ii thliiK U conn terl eltcil, la Ita prmil' olils tiM'cllciicu uud populuilly, The I'vuliuily Mcdii'iil InslitiiKi ia n t-iiMi iu point. Founded, ill uooii uiiiii iii.iuy yeni'a iwo, anil tliuonly esliililiKhiiiciit n' the kind In tli country, lt ucces umi Mvel-lncreilslng populiirllY llnully eniiseii i no iiuiiiii i.iiuiiieui Immunol tu uo luted mid iiiloiilcil hi- il lot of liifaiiiiiuiMiuuc cinnlrica unil luetclidels. win) huvn been u dciivoi iiid to client the public by nailing under a stolen Hag. Tlio founder of the IWniuy Medical liisillnto cnii In no way li held n- "pons ior tins misuse or inn name oi a ll'lilltiildn mill Hell-knouu emntivu tuiluhlUli Kent mill leulilmute insillutioii, which bua own u iiiii uu. Nlai't apeelully devoted to tin. treatment of nervous ilermigeuieiitM ami af i"eiiiiua. ironi whatever eiiilc liloceeillim i-.iiuia us cxiKienee meru liavo liceli luliu I loin Its several uieillcal iiiil,H,.,,il,.. , li '' nl.V n work on DUciihiu uf thu Noi vuin. SyXeiii, wnlcli liuvti hud a worlil-whlo eirouJ latmii uud populm-it.v, Thvao pulillcalloun iiiilhcieiitly attest the high charuetm-f the. iiudltiitioii under whose patriiuuuu these lued Icul works Imvti been published. Meuiitiina, i i ui'iiiii.viiik in Know tluit Hiiveral of tho impudent i-haihitmiK, who lime stolen its li" 'in' tu cover tlicil licliuioiis practices, uru ui-iunu incir iii'Neris iu liio iei!l lllHtltlltluUi "' .'iiiiii"iiwi-iiiiii,-wsii. iirratn. 4.iti:i: iioir.i nti;i. KMT IIASIillI I'll, VHIIMUNT, Tho lidlowinji Trotting Slullions will noiki.J ine ncasoii in in, i, at n, (jreeu JIulliiluiu niuil riii'iu, HAMBLETONIAN MONARCH Fouled 1111, llliiod Hay, i hands, slrcil by l..l.l.. I I .....l.l... ....! . ' .. . . t .. . . , ',. ii-iooiaii, ifiiiu uyiioeHAU. dallali Chief, by (lid Alidallah. ' Terms fill, 10 wil, filial rrme ol hoi'vIoo, ami f .'ii w hen mares prove with foul, CON GIOVANNI r'ou oil ISM. llav lot il.,n,ls Sl,,l I... 1i,n loll, ho by Kysdyli's llauiblctoiiiau, 'Diini by Viilunteer, (the sire of Huntress, record ttill, (llosier"JJ-.'. and Win. II. Alhin,'J.';i ,) he hy Hvsd.vk's ll.unlili toniini, (Iraud I lain .by Olal A l In I In Ii. Will be limileil tu twenty Miii-ch. T ruin fill, to wit, $111 nt time of ' service, and f-'H when .Mures prove in foul. Mares that do nut prove iu loul cim ho returned nox season, and mo flu previously paid will he allowed. PORTLAND. Fouled IHl'io. lllack. l.'i Hands. Klw.il l.r PI,... iron. Dam by 'Wui. Tell, (Iraud Dam liy Olid Aouaiiau. . Terms fill to insure. Mares pastured nt fl werweek, ut owner nl(. o husiiiess alleuded toon Snnilava. it' For Circulars, giving extended peili mn piiciieuiars, eie., picitsu ailiiresa MOI I,IO II HOM., ISiull 4 West Ivaii.lolph, Veriuiiut. Wily Knih'Iik that Ciii'mi and rndang.1 niu- uu- w iico a iiiueiy usn oi i eek s alagii yui,iMiii,i win relieve you. H always Hi nuns renei, ami win when takon in seiisnn cure more cases of disease of the throat anil lunus tliiiu liny remedy known. Cold veild, to us curative power at once. At tliisseasoi ol Hie vein- uo Iniuily slinuhl he without it. Sold by all druggists. ','Hniofi DR. FLINT'S QUAKER OITTEnS These celebrated Bitters are com posed of choice Boots, Herbs, and Itarks, among which are Gen tian, Sarsaparilla, Wild Cherry, Dandelion, Juniper, and other berries, and are so prepared as to retain an their medicinal qual ities. They invariably cure or greauy relieve me jouowtng com- lalnts : Dyspepsias Jaundice, iver Complaint, Losa of Appe tite, Headache, Bilious Attacks, Remittent and Intermittent Fe vers, Ague, Gold Chills, Rheuma tism, Summer Complaints, Piles, Kidney Diseases, Female Diffi culties, Lassitude, Low Spirits, General Debility, and, in fact, everything caused by an impure Quaker Bitters a gentle, soothing stimulant, so desirable in their declining years. No one can re main long un well ( unless afflicted with an incurable disease) after taking a few bottles of the Quaker Hitters. Prepared by Dr. H. S. Flint Si Co. At thoir Groat Medical Depot, PROVIDENCF. R,l. JTOS SALE liVJSBl'WHEBE. JXAZJ2S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR ENEWEH.I Every year increases the populari ty of this valuablo Hair Preparation ;i which ib due to merit alone. ew can assure our old patrons that it if kept fully up to its high standard; and it is the only reliable and perfect ed preparation for restoring Gray or Faded Hair to its youthful color, making it soft, lustrous, and Bilken. Tho scalp, by its use, becomes white and clean. It removes all eruptions and dandruff, and, by its tonic propJ cities, prevents tno nair ffom laiiing out, as it stimulates and nourishes the hair-glands. Br its use, the hair mows thicker and stronger.' In! baldness, it restores the capillarrl glands to their normal vigor, and. will create a new growth, except inl extreme old age. It is the most eoo-l nomical Haib Dbbssins ever nsedJ as it requires fewer applioationsj and gives the hair a splendid, gloss appearance, A. A. Hayes, Jl.D, State Assaver of Massachusetts, sayaj " The constituents aro pure, and oareJ iully selected ior excellent Quality I and 1 consider it the Ijest rrA' hatiojt for its intended purposes," Sold bu all DruggUl; and Dtaltrl in ttiittnmi rnoe une voumr. Buckingham's Dye. FOR TUB WHI8KXK8. A nnr lionewer in manv casei requires too long a time, and tod much care, to restore gray or faded Whiskers, we have prepared this dye, in one preparation ; which will quickly and effectually accompli this result. It is easily applied! and produces a color wnion wui neither rub nor wash olE Sold bj all Druggist Price Fifty Cents. Manufactured by R. P. HALL A CO NJL8SUA, M.K.