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(Jutting .Potatoes. The B6s ton Journal of Chemistry say (hat cutting potatoes for planting is fertile source of weakness. The potatoo is a porejnnial plandj propa gated from the eyes or buds of the tuber, nud the tuber is not part of the root, but rather of the top. The whole object of its formation, as far ns nature is concerned, is for the purpose of perpetuating itself. The roots, leaves, stalks, and all parts of the plant, are there in embryo; cutting, therefore, rudely severs the embryo, and must inevitably weak en it. That it continues to grow only proves its great natural vigor, Try this practice upon the apple, Dcach, pear, plum, or any other fleshy germ, and see if you can con tinuo to crow them. The skin of the tuber is almost impervious to fluids, and protects the stored up fruit from injury until the plaut gets a start. Cutting it opens the way to injury from water, and causes the seed to rpt, drawfs the plaut when it does grow, and deprives it of the materials which naturo placed with in it for the sustenance of the plant while young. If we would restore it we must cultivate it upon high lands, cease stimulating it with ani mal manure and feculent matter to grow large crops; give it instead mineral manures, more room and more air. Overgrown tubers are de flcient in starch, watery, and less nutritious. Few of us have ever had the happiness of eating this food in its best estate. Permanent Gkass. Water mea (lows are among the most productive of permanent grass lands. Gut the management of water meadows is very frcaueutly injudicious, No cattle should be allowed upon an ir rigated meadow, nor should the wa ter be permitted to run continually over one soot. A meadow thus treated very soon become a morass, and is then spoiled. A dressing of bone dust is remarkably beueficial to water meadows, greatly thicken ing the grass and improving the quality of the hay. A.u application of plaster the next year still further improves the meadow. As soon as the hay becomes inferior in quality and decreases in quantity, it is re stored by repetition of this treat ment. The chances for making water meadows arc frequent, and as their value becomes appreciated they will become mnch more com mon than they are how. Sun-Floweks as a Crop. We find in the Rural World the follow ing enumeration of its values and uses : " In the first place, the flow ers abound in honey, and furnish food for bees. The seeds contains oleagiuous matter, and yield oil at the rate of one gallon to the bushel, which is little inferior to olive oil. One acre will produce fifty bushels of seed. It is also valuable for food for horses and poultry. It has been used for bread by the American Indians, and also in Portugal. The leaves are excellent fodder for cattle The stalks while growing may be utilized as bean poles where they are scarce and difficult to be obtain ed, and when dry may be used for roofing, or set up against a fence to form a windbreak. They contain a large amount of potash, and are excellent for fire kindling. The seed has also beeu recommended as fuel. The reputation' of the grow ing flower to absorb miasmatic va pors, and preventing feveraud ague is also well known. The other night a weak-eyed youth was sitting in church wholly forgetful of his surroundings and lost iu beatific contemplation of a certain youug woman, touching whom he cherished yiolent designs, when suddenly a hand was laid up ou his shoulder,' and a deep con tralto voice thundered in his ear : "xoungman, you loot as it you wauted to goto Jesus ! Won't you come to Jesus t" Whereupon he was stuck all of a heap, as it were, and stammered : "I would I want that is, I should like to go, you know, but not this evening, thank you ; I have an engagement." Thb young married man who found himself at the theatre, the other evening with feet encased in steel-colored boots, from a liberal application of stove blacking in the dark, wants to know "how long the house cleaning business is going to last, any way." Up in Coos County, N. II., if the. natives happen upon a visitor with gloves on, they ask : " What is the natter with your hands V Precepts, says Billings, are like cold buckwheat slapjacks, no body feels like beiug sassy to them, and no body wants to adopt them. Gen, Bbebxan at tu Cibcus Let ui tell what I saw not long ago at a circus. Sitting In front of u was Gen. Sherman, and i with, him quite a number of children whom be had gathered from the "by-ways and hedges," We saw him , look down uuder the seat, and then haul out a dirty, ragged little darky, who had crept in nnder the tent, arjd then seat him at his feet, where, by crowdiug, was made a place for the little rascal. "Now," said the Gen era), "sic there my Doy and see everything. - Bless me ! many a time I hare done just the same thiug aud many a thrashing have I had." Qe soemod like a child ; everything pleased him, and we wondered where was the vanity of which peo pie talked' so loudly. Cor., Cincin mix Commercial. the Dubuque, la folks were taken in fend done tor recently by young fellow who spent a day or two billing and advertising a lec ture by Mark Twain, whose brother ho claimed to be, who ran up sever al bills, became quite a lion, and took some 9250 at the door, then crossed to Dunleith aud travelled eastward from the audience, who saw how it was after waiting an hour for Twain. But the joke of it, after all, was when he had beeu arrested, a justice discharged him because the State failed to prove that he wasn't Mark Twain's brother ! An editor out West asks his readers to excuse the looks of his paper, as he is iu bed from the ef fects of a fight with a delinquent subscriber. Josh Bidings gives good advice to wives. He says : " Don't under take tew lir with yure mother-in law ; but if wuss comes to wussness let yure mother-in-law lir with yu 1" At Wamego, a place in the ex treme West, is a shanty which bears the sign : " Here's Where You Get a Meal .Like lour Mother used to Give You." yy H. LEAVITT 6c. SON, Ifoora. Saali and Blind. Planing, Sawing, aud getting out HOUSE FINISH generally. Special attention to getting oat Stair Rail of all style. Bradford. If you are wanting H. O. Seed, CJlover Heed, Red Top, Orchard Grass, EARLY PEAS, FIELD PEAS, AGR'L IMPLEMENTS Of any kind, call at the Hardware Store And get our prices befor you buy. We have eome elegant styles of BRACKETS, COMMON -SHELF and SWING BRACKETS for ELOWER POTS, Ac. GENEVA HAND FLUTE R, The beat cheap Fluting Machine in the market. WEED'S PATENT COG WHEEL CARPET SWEEPER; Picks up Pins, Needled, bite of Thread. Pocket Knives, Iro. Ilo. Try it. EATON & CO. Bradford, April 7, 1874. 43- "WE AND OUR NEIGHBORS V Is the latest and raoiest work by usmci iicctDcr aiuirc, Author of 11 Uncle IWt Cabin" "Tht Minister's Wooing," "My Wlf and I," and other peworful storlut, each the literary omatlon of Its period ; and this story prom ises a like genuine aud wholesome seiisution. It bears directly on social topics. of Intercut, embraolug the roiuauce of useful companion ships, the brightness of happy hoiue-lifo, the spicy complications of neighborhood associa tions, and such follies aud profouud domestic miseries as have led to the widespread Tem perance movement of tbo day. Mrs. Stowb is now in the prime of that goii- lus which wrote "Cnclt Tom," ripened by years of study nud observation. Her novels are immensely popular, "Uncle loin's Cabin,' alone out-sellliiK by hundreds of tliousstid any edition of any 01 Igimi! work everpublUli- ed save the Dibit. Her book two years ago, "My Wife mnd J," outsold overy contempora ry. Such a pure and ennobling story as ' Ifs and Our Neighbors" should be rend iu every home. This new aerial is now running ewlw- lively in tho L Weekly Family Newspaper, The Christian Union Henry Ward Jieecher, EDITOR. In religious matters this paper is evniigoll- cal and unseotariun : in political affairs, inde pendent and outspoken. It ooutains tbo best articles, and both short and seriul stories, lrom the foromost writers ; it aims to main tain the highest standard in Belieion, Litera ture, Poetry, Art, Musio, Seionce, News, Poli tics, Household and Family Affairs, with sto ries Rhymes, Pussies for the Children, etc. Nothing Is spared to make it a. comi'I.kte Newspaper for Ike Family, pure, attractive, wide-awake, and up with the times a Journal Interesting to every one in the household, young or old. It is A MARVEL OF CHEAPNESS EF" For loss than one tent a day, it gives every wttk reading matter enough to fill an ordinary $1 25 book of overI300 pages : aud in a year 53 sueb volumes, (. ., sixty-five dol lar! worth of matter! To each is thus an nually PRESENTED A Complete Library. The form of the paper, 34 pages, largo 4to, pasted and trimmed, commends it to all. The well-earned popularity of this paper is uow sueb that of its class it has the LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE WORLD, and has readers by the hundreds of thousands An IlIuMtrntcd Number, containing the opening chapters of Mrs. Stowo's admirable story, will be SENT FREE to overy new and renewing Subscriber, If you are not already a subscriber send at ones and secure It under the now offered XjXBXHMwA.Xj tbums. This paper may be had either with or with out the attractive premiums offered : viz., the CHRISTIAN UNION ONE YEAR ONLY $3.0O. Or. with premium pair French Oleo grupns"imroy"(size llxl.)i inch es each) charming in design and ex ecution, mounted, sized, varnished. ready for framiuc Delivered Free A3.SO Oil Uliromo, ' The Lord it liisen," a beautiful Cross aud Flower-piece, which sells in art stores for f 5.00, (size, HJiltij inches) mounted, sizod, varnished, readv tor fraiuitur. nn inrirn iirmnvuin ftlronpn Deliverek Free 3.50 Specimen Copies sent pott vaid oh rcceial of iv cents. tyMouev must be sent bv Postal Honev Order, Check, Draft or Registered letter. mneruiise ti ts at the senaers risk. Aiulress J. It. FOKO & CO., Publishers, 37 Park Place, New York. GOOD AGENTS WANTED. The immense circulation of the Christian Union has been built up by active canvassers. No othor publicatiou compares with it for quick aud profitable returns. The public ea gerness tor jnrs. stowo s new story, too pop ularity of the paper, the friendly support of thousands of old subscribers, the artist io pre miums for immediate delivery, light outfit and complete "instructions" to beirinners. assure repeated suoooss to nirents. and oliur active. intelligent persons unusual ciiances to make money. All who want a safe, independent business writo at once for terms, or send t -.00 for Chroma outfit to J. H. FORD &. CO., New York, boston, Cuicago, Cincinnati or Sun Francisco. r. O. II. STEVENS DENT Would respectfully inform the people of Brad- lord and vioiuitv tnat lie lias oocnea Dentin Rooms over the new Printing Office, Bradford, Vt.. and is permanently located. Dr. Stevens has had twelve years of suocessfullpractice. mere are uow m use 800 Sets of Teeth InWradrord and adjoining towns of his manufacture, and Hie wora will speait mr usuii. Esnocial uttontiou given to preserving the Natural Teeth by tilling with Gold, Silver, &o. He has all the modern improvements, and warrants his work equal to any done in the state. Price aa reasonbleas any good socmen uenusi. ri7Nitrous Oxide Gus or Ether administer ed in the extraction ot teeth. oo-tf BOOK STORK, Bradford, Vt. Mrs. J. N. Clark me purchased of Mr. Dutton tho stock floods which he had en hand, has since made arge additions to that, and has now a large assortment ot STATIONERY, of every description, Children's Toys, Miscellaneous and School BOOKS, Games of all sorts, a good assortment of Fresh Candies, Confectionery, Penumery, Brushes, Combs, Wallets, Draw ing Materials, and all articles commonly found at a variety Store. All to be sold as oheap as they can be ootained elsewhere. IS T, t&GAZ JiTOlCM'S. ' STATE OF VKUMONT. rj, liBADFonu District. BH. Iu Probate Court, held at Newbury. In aalitilUtrlct, ou the Hint day of May, A. U.' IBM. Joliu llallcv. Jr.. ailministratur of tliixmrntu I of John Wliiichsrjuto of Newbury. In said District, doceuM'd, presents his administration uiouiuit for examination anil allowance and makes application lor assignment to the wid ow out or too estutn oi aatil iloooasod.i Whereupon, it is ordered by1 cnurt, mat sum account ue rulurrml lu n sci niou of said court to bo held at the Probate Olilee In sulci Ncwburv on tho Uih iluv at u ,, jn, ,ur jiiHiriuu uui urcisiou lliercou I IUI I.... 1 .1. .1 i .1 Anil, It is lurtlicr ordered, I that notice hereof be irlvon toull iieMona intercut. ed, by publication of tho same three weeks successively Iu tno national opinion' a news paper pulilisliiHl at lirndfiiril, Vt previous to sum time appomtril lor hearing, that they may appear ai said time nud place, and show cause, ii any thev mar have, whv anlil nc eon ut should not be allowed, and such decree maue. i By the Court, Attest, 1 Jw3 H. W. llAIM&'Jndge, , M. LARGESS, ' IldirDresBer,, Raving purchased the Fixtures aud 'Goods at tho HAKHKK SHOP, BRADFORD, VT., formerly owned by C, M. Frruch, the sub- seiuier would iiiiorm Ins niends ana the pub lic that ho is now fully prepared to attend to tneir wnnis in ine line oi cutting jennies anil llilKlreus lluir, ami In tact everr-thliiK per taining to the lonsoi'iui Art. in first c uss style. Shaimiooiuif, Coloiiui;, &o. Kuzur Honed ut short notice. Kueu Kuzors Clean Towels Prompt mid Courteous Attention He oners you these and usks a trial. fV His shop wil be kept opeu every day aim eveuiug. He also keeps for sale ltazors and Straps, reriiimery, iinir uii eunving Boap, ceo ricaso givo iiuu a can. i, DE. P. 0. WILKINSON' For Horses only. A sure euiw for flnimlis. Colds, Swelling pf the Olands, Soro Throat, Epidemic, Catarrh. Horse Ail. and nil diseas es of the Throat nud Lungs. These powders uro nniu in an nines, oeiug I roe lrom rolsou ous Drugs, Prepared only bv lr. F. V. WIEKIIVNO.-v, VETEKINAKY SURG EON, CLAEEMONT, N. H. H. O. DAY, Sole Agent for Bradford and vicinity. FOR SALE, One-bnlf of a PEW in the METHODIST CHUltCH. i L. F. HALE. Adm'r. Bradford, Vt., Jan. 15th, 1874. I New HarMe Works. Ms a H.M.GMEFIN, DESIGNER & ENGKAVEU. , (For 13 years iu the Bradford Marble Shon. I Is prcpured to do all kinds of Cemetery Work. Mouuments. Headstones. Tablets. c... of latest designs neatly executed. Order, promptly filled, and satisfaction guarruntoed Main Street. 1 st door North of Engine 9tf. House. I nil ' .TV ML c 11 'MASTICATE ! ONE IIIJNURKD SETS S. S. White Teeth (tlio best In the world) this day received at II I C KO li'S Dental Rooms Wells Rivkr, Vt., which will be inserted upon all the bases now iu uso luciuuiug ... i j 1...U WHALEBONE RUBBER. For $15 a Set, Anca. Warranted. 3m49 W E. GAGE, Would announce to the citizens of Bradford and vicinity that having bought out tho busi ness lately earned on by J. Jcltoiils, lie will keep XT7XjXi STOCK OF LIGHT GROCERIES. Teas, Coffee, Spices, Canned Fruits. Conned Oysters, Lobster, ' Confectionery, Crackers, Crushed Wheat. Pickles, Raisins, Figs, Nuts, Maearoni, Veruiccelli,Yenst Pow ders, Sec, &o. Ho iuteuds to do a ... .,. . Cash or Ready Pay business, and hopes to merit a liberal share of Dtipuo patronage. 4MM I. II. OLM8TEAD i SOS, Manufacturers of lVOOI.fEAT CIIAIKS of all kinds. ' SETTEES & RAILROAD CHAIRS a specality. Cane-Seats repaired. , , aeuiu rewnnry, 27yl '.,. Vormout. Saw Mill for Sale! ONE HALF of the Saw MiU at Soutli A'ewbury. known as TUTTLE'S MILL, Is for sale. There is a Lane's Patent Board MiU, 24 inch Planet; Lath, Shingle, Euve Spout and other machines all in good ruu- mng order. Also, -my - - -- Dwelling" House, With about 1 Acres of land. The buildings are mostly new. r EE.1AS J. TITTLK. South Newbury, May IS, 1874. 52-tf UKW ,,' AD.VJBHTIS E M BNTS. - --T-H-Z mmam Piinefiiiil iim n '1' I in ii I less the bowels do their duly with the re I'U lie Itv oi clockwork, perfect lieulih is tin tllOHS ibis llierelorc, when dlsni'doi'od, eonlrol them lui mediately Willi TAintAyr' KFKKitvuscitNT Ski.tiii Al'KKIKNT, Ul" most genial Imlsainio and eln'Cliye laxative uuj allHrntivo known to the medical prolessum, Hold by druggists. agents wanted for PRCF. FOWLER1 GREAT WORK Oh Manhood. Womanhood, and their Utilual Intrr-rfTalfont-i ' Lort, It Laics, Power, ttr. ' Agents mic selling from 1.1 to tiff coplos per day, Mend lor spcilnicn puces and terms to Aueuts, mid see why It sells luster thnn wry other book. Aildivss, NATIONAL r INO CO., Philadelphia, Pa. OK LKAVKNYVOHTH. KANSAS. : OAPITAIi $500,000 will nexnttuto Loans on Imtkovku Ukai. lis. TATK worth at least twice the amuiiiit loaned thereon. ' I ii tor cut Itf por cent. f r luiniuu. Collection, of J Vi iicipat ,v Interest (luurttn teed. I'l'iiicipitl aud interest payable III New York II )iesircil. isciiiI lor cireulai'M, Adilress, GKO. A. ilOOKE. Sce'.v, Leavenworth, Kansas. p i Save Fifty Dollars! . j . ii . . The IVcw Florence. PRICK $ JO below ) uny other first-clan VALUE $110 above J seiciny machine. . SAVED M) by biiyiujf the Florence. , Xmry machine warranted. i Special terms Ut Clnbs and Dcalert. Bend for Circular to the Florence 8. M. Co., Florence Mass., or 39 Union Square, Neu York. LAST CHANCE Foil AN EASY FOBTUNE ! FIFTH & LAST GIFT CONCERT IN AID OF THE Public Library of Ky. July 31st, 1874. ,. IiTST OF OIFTS. 1 I'll nil CkmIi UH't $3.10,000 1 tirund 4'iimIi 4irt 100,000 1 (anal 'nli il't 7S.OOO 50,000 s,ooo $100,000 140,000 150,000 loo.ooo ioo,oou 110.000 100.000 100,000 K'o.ooo 50,000 1)50,000 1 4rniif 'iihIi Uift 1 Uriind :iinIi CJil't 5 Cash Gifts, $'.'0,UOU ouch.. IU t;asli Hilts, 14.000 each. IS Cash (lifts, 20 Cash (lifts, 'ii Cash. Gilts, 30 Cash (lifts, 50 Cash (lifts, KM) Ctt.-h Gifts, 210 (.'ash (lifts, MO Cash (lifts. 10,000 each... 5,000 each... .4,000 each... 3,000 each... 2.000 each... 1,000 each... 500 each... 100 each... 50 euvh.... 1!),UU0 Cash Gifts, SSO,OO0 UiftH. (ill cilhli, 9..100,00 PKIOH OF TICKETS. '' Whole Tickets J 50.00 Halves, M.00 Tenths, or each Coupon ; 5.011 II Whole Tickets lor 500.00 4 1 lckets for. ...1 1,000.00 For Tickets or information, address TIIOM. i:. IIKAJII.KTTV. Aj;ent uml Jlauauer, Public Library Bilililinc Louisville. K...,r THOS. II.' MAYS I'M.. Ku stern .a routs. ou'j liroauwuy, Amv lork. In? ? I? sample bottle of Adamsou's ltljLj llolaiiic IIiiIhiimi .it ,il) druKKist'S'. I'leasunt, and an linlailiu'' rcmo- ;ly lor Astbnui, Coiijflis, Colds, Lung Com- ilaitits, ate. Lurge bottles, 35 cents. Dr. V. .V. Kinsman, Proprietor. Auimsta. JIo. 5000 or ii cose it will not cure. Try it. t!3Tm9WfJ ''lIlilsilMlIll I This Sewing Machine aires the best satisfaction to the user, is paid for most readily, and is the. best of all to sell. If there is no "Domestic" agent in your town, apply to DOMH8TIO S. M. CO., New York. t - I.AIHICM mend for elegant fusIi. Ion lioolc WANTED-AGENTS. To iiiembers of the Masonic fra ternity all over tho country ; Euergetio men can make from $10 to f Vi a day, uud not work half this time no book. Call' on or addross .IAMKS T. HILL.' ItX) M'lisliinaton St.. Prov ince House, Boston, Mass. A IfrVCKTIfelOICS send '.'5 cts., to Oko. l'. Kowiii.K ot L'o.. 41 Park Kow, N. y., for their Eighty-Page Pamphlet, showing the cosi oi auveriisiug. LOOK HERE ! ! ! Any one lifting Lumber can find almost any miug wanted CARPENTER'S MILL. Went TopsliiiiM, and at reasonable prics. Flooriiigjilaned und loiuteu an you want, t ony tiioiisanii jsio. shaved Shingles fofsale cheap for cash Ca audi will put my time against yours if we can net traiic. W. B. CARPENTER, West Topshain, Vt., July 1st. 40 ' New Goods at T. C. Keyes, ?J ,, ;V; Newbury, Vt., April 25, 74. r; SPRIHG &SUMMER J874. 'l'o my many customers aud friends I would announce bat4 have received the spring and summer , ,, FASHIONS FOR'74 I and shall endeavor, as in tho past to ' make carments in a manner that cannot fail , to GIVE SATISFACTION. CJnltingf done for others to make. ' Kespeotfully yours. 5 ! J 'H .; , . t. D, b'lVllG8TOir. P. S. Wanted : Four good Coat M akers H. O. DAY ' Htlll has ou baud, at the old . "!, ' BBADFOKD DRUli STORE. , .' 'Marn'Sfleoti Lrn.lfoitl,' Vi., a liirua stock of r . ' ' j ; DUUGS, MEDlCrNKS, , ' Chemicals, Dye rHiiBs,Aa,, also till the jiopuUu PATUH'T IfllilllCliYUS ... i . of tho day. : Totisther with the larirost mid best stock ot TRUSSES. SUPPORTERS I AND SHOULDER BRACES, to bo foiled lu the County anion4 whloh may be found the celebrated llurii Uubber- Truss, nud mast of the best styles to he found iu Market. iv has a nine stock of " FANCY TOILET GOODS, I eousistiiig In pari of Prrluniery, Toilet Nonpis, lluir IIi-iihIioh. 4'lulli IrilNllfM, Toolli Urn hIich, 1'IchIi ItrushcN, ' llnlr Ollm, t uiuIih, 4lce,t And lu fart every thing usuully kept In a weJ rvjEuiaicu uruu oivih). Physicians Prescription carefully prenulied. The uublic L'encrnlly are invited to all aud exuui'" ii. r liiriinselves. Goods First Cla-,s Prices satisfactory . Bradi'oi d, B'eb'y 1st, . SALOON FOR SALE. npHE iiiiilersiirticd otl'ors for sale the STOCK M. KlXTCUl'.S unci a 3 years lease of his aaloou iu the liookuturo liuildiuH, in Urudford village, mis is a . Rare Opporlnitlty for a man to secure u goou business with a small amount ot capital. FIXTURES NEARLY NKW. Everything oonveuient, A good supply of ice on nanu, 50-tf JOII n. CI.KJIKST, IIIIAUFOIID, TKIl.tlOiT. Chartered Capital $50,000 with liberty t in crease to $200,000. This eompaiiv is authorized to receive and hold moneys on deposit, and to uecept and execute Trusts of every description not incon sistent with the luws of this State, as may be committed to tliein by any person or persons, or by nny corporation, or by any Court of Record iu this State, and to act as agents for i purpose ot issuing, liegistering, or coun signing the C'crtilicutes of stock or other ovid;uees of debt of any corporation, associ ation, State or public authority, and for col lecting interest on the same. Deposits may be nimle and withdrawn at auy time, Five per. i-t-nl iutcrcKt -will lie nl- lou i'ii ou re'iai seiowii, for a period not less than six monrlis subject to thirty days notice before demand for pay ment. It wil uct as tiusteo lor minors and married women, and take charge of aud man age their separate property It oilers to the public the advantages of a guurautoe capi tal ef Fifty thousand dollars specially invested by requirement of its charter, and a perpetual succession. Notes discounted. Drut'ts issued, collections made and general Banking busi ness done BOA ftp OF TRUSTERS i ALBEHT BAILEY, President. J W BLISS, Vice President. A, P. GOULD, CHAS. O. SMITH,. E. T. SMITH. I. V HALF!. Traits'. Bradford, Vt Jan, 1st, 18?i. TEETH AT PANIO PKICES. AT CLARK'S DENTAL OFFICE. ; UIIAPl'Olll), VT. Now, whilo Puiiio prices prevail, is vcy best time to procure avtilicial teeth. t While the jiri.sent scarcity of money con tinues, wo call procure our' dental materials cheaper than heretofore. The very best quality of artificial teeth, viz: Our $i) sets, can he procured hero for $15. If nny one desires n poorer quality, such us the country is tloodeu with, they can be ob tained here as cheap us anywhere. Still, in teeth, Bs iu everything else, It will he found that the poorest quality is by far the most expensive iu the long run. We are now prepared to uutko plates for artilieinl teeth oi Whalebone .Rubber, a now article tresh from market containing no coloring matter, snd therefore free fr 111 any poisonous ingivdients. It is much light er anil stronger than the ordinary material, thereby securing ut once to the wearer much greater comfort and durability. Particular attention is paid hv us to preser vation of natural teetli ; those whose tenth are decaying will find that immediate atten tion to them will save themselves muny iuluro regrets. Paii less extraction securod by means of Nitroi s Oxide Gas. All 1 ork warranted for one year. All ti luiries by mail promptly answered. J.N.CLARK. WANTED! Winn BUSHELS ok CIJCI;MBUIC. AJJJ for Pickling, (tha long green). Will pay the following prices, in dull, per bushel 3 to 4 iuclii s, 50c ; i to 3 inches, 60e ; finches and smaller. 75a. Also, 1UU bushels of riiin TOMATOES, and 100 bushels of green TOMATOES . J. K1IMM. Bradford, May 8, 1874. oUw3 Tilerjvtion. This is to certify that I have this day given my Son, George T Leavitt, his tiiuo.du'rhig Ins lnllioi'ity, and shnll claim none uf his wages and pay 110 debts of his contracting ufter this uate, Bradford. Vt., April 1, 1874. MOSES N. LEAVITT. Witness, W. P. Holt. 62w3 HAXK NOTICE. A dividend of three dollars per share has beeu declared by the trustees of Bradford Saviugs Bank & Trust Company, and will be paid to the Stockholders of this institution, on cull. L. V. HALE, Treos'r. Bradford, Vt., May 12, 1874. 51w3 Hillineryl Hillineryl MKS.VAN S. CltEE Would say to the public that she bus just re turned from markot with a ' ' COMPLETE STOCK OF :i. MILLINEIIY ' AK - FANCY GOODS, Consisting of all the latest styles in Hats, Caps, Bonnet. &e., Flowers in great variety, Ribbons, Neckties, in all the fancy styles. Plain aud Fancy Sashes. Stamped and Ham burg Embroideries, a large aud splendid as sortment of White Trimmings, Collars, Cuds, Uudersleeves, Corsets, Linen llraius, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Perfumery, Necklaces Kid and Lisle Thfad Gloves, Velvet Bibbons, Needle, Pins, Sewing Silks, &o., etc. raMillinery work dune to order iu ibe latest styles. Kant lopaliana. Vt. May 8, 1874. 50wS UL'IU II II V Uin -II IICTITIIT ILflllUlll HHUIIiHIi Iflil 1 1 1 II I ' When a tblifij is emin ten eltwl, is 1t ul'its Mmllml liiHlllulo U u vuiu In boll it. Foi In uooil tuilli mutiy yimra uutL aud tho vauHfti inn iiiuun ii'irnirui iiihiiiuuu mi i . . i . i. . i i - .i i .... i i. .ii... i r.. i Amu iiihi iiiiitnii'ii iiv m ini, tii iniMiiiiini ii a Mt-siltiii Hn if. Tint iiiiiulini' thm 1'ua All'llllMll IllsilmifH I'U II lit till U'llV Iia li HpiniNil.lo (or thiii mUiiHtt of the nuif mi'iU hihI htKitiiimtH iimtitutiiiUt which ttt... r DuriiiK It C'xUtrtii'4) llii-i-o Iiuyo Wfu lit I'm III iU sMiVursli llimltijil itiistlsiiiLf Isina i i KthUiii, waloh Imvo ImU wmM-wtdu c l.Ii I UVBU IfHIIllVH niiiiiriiiiijr niumii i UU 11111 lOlirl1Tr OI hihtitulimi uuUer whmio uuirunnuo tUoiw i lI'Ul WUrKN lillVf) UfUIl IiUII lrillHH. SiMun it is urtiiu.viiiif know umi Kuverui ut Imniii in ii v Viill (IIIIIIIM, WIIU UMVO MlUlU iiuiiio to. cover Wielr uefurilius praiflloea, jictliuu llu ir dcserts.iii the penal institiit or tbo Commonwealth, llatton Herald, J HKKM MOI'.Vl'Al.V NTH , WKST lUNDol.l'll, VKHHONT. , I'l.a !'.ilt..u-l,,., T....l.... C.llt -.111 .. .1... U. ......... 10) ! ,',-(ni,, i, 1.1, mn itnrQ buu Btud carin. .. ;, . r , HAMBLETONIAN MONARCH h1.,,,!...! IMIII 111. ....I 11.... Ill 1 I- a..A. Rysdyk's Iluiuhleliiiiiau,' Data by Rue's dalluh Chief, by Old Alulalluh. 1 Terms (:0, to wit, $10 at time of sorv ami f iu wlieu mares prove with loaj, DON GIOVANNI 1., 1 .1 , oi, , r. , tr . , o. , . Mn. be by Rvsdvk's Humbletoiilau, Dam Glostoi-.-ooJ, ami Wm. II. Allen,S-J3i,) he nrsnvs s iiamonnoiiiiiii, uranu uaui ov Aodiillah, 1 1 ., .. " .11 w ll,i,l.u b, I WUUt.V JlltlUV, A"' :), to wit, 10 at tlintt of service, and when Mares prove lu foal. Mares that do uiuvn 111 mill run ill. ri'turitcu IICXI SHOSOU. iuo aiu previously pam win 00 uUowett. . PflRTI ANh Foaled 1 8f.5, Black, 15 Hands, Slrod iv CI iron, mini nv win. 1 en. uniim 1111111 hv 1 Alidullah. . . . Terms till to Insure. risic. .1 No business attiuidud to on Sundays. glees, full particulars, etc., pleuso address moi iro- iiiiom. Why Knudiik that Copoh and enilan i:i'.. . ..!... .. .:. 1 ..i ... Coiiipound will relieve yoii. It ulwuvs euro more eusesol disease 01 the. thsoat lungs than any remedy known. Cold yeil to its cuninvo power at once. At turn si of the year 110 family should be without it Mold by all druggists. t '1 Ayer's Sarsaparill If widely know as one of tha mo effectual.-: reraadW aver discovered ft cleansing the sy tern and purify In the blood. It ha stood : the test yean, with eon stantly growing t utatlon, based on II intrinsic virtues, and sustained by its rs markable cures. 80 mild as to bo safe an beneficial to children, and yet so searchln, as ut vflbetually puree out the great cor ruptions of the blood, such as the scrofulou and syphilitic contamination. Impuritiei or diseases that have lurked in the systen for years, soon yield to tills powerful anti dote and disappear. Hence its wonderful cures, many of whieh are publicly known, of scroruin, ana au scrofulous aiseasesj Ulcers, Eruptions, and eruptive dial orders of the skin, Tumors, BlotchesjJ Boils, Pimples, Pustules, Sores. 8u Anthony's Fire, ltose or Erysipe-I las. Tetter. Salt Itbeuin. Scald: Head, ltinfrworm, and Internal Uw cerations of the Uterus, Btomaeta. and Jjiver. It also cures other com plaints, to which it would not seem especi ally adapted, such aa Dropsy, Iyspep sia,Fits,Neuralgia, Heart Disease). Female Weakness, Debility, and Leucorrhoaa, when they are manifest tions of the scrofulous poisons. It is an excellent restorer of health and strength in the Spring. By renewing the appetite and vigor of the digestive organs, it dissipates the dopresslon and listless lan guor of the season. Even when no d isorder appears, people feol better, and live longer, for cleansing the blood. The system moves on with renewed vigor and a new loose of life. ; . - . P KB P AXM O M f Dr. J. C. AYER&C0., Lowell, Max., mutfeaf mnd AtalyUeal ClUmtse, BOLD BY ALL, DHUQttWTg EVKBYWHE&aV DR. FLINT'S QUAKER BITTERS These celebrated Bitter ' are com posed of choice Hoots, Herbs, and Jiarks, among which are Gen tlan, Sarsaparilla, Wild Cherry, Dandelion, Juniper, and other berries, and are so prepared as to retain an their medicinal quaU ities. They invariably cure or greatly relieve the following com taints t Dyspepsia. Jaundice, tver Complaint, Lioss of Appe tite, Headache. Bilious Attacks, Remittent and Intermittent Fe vers, Ague, Cold Chills. Rheuma tism, Summer Complaints, Piles. Kidney Diseases, Female Diffi culties, Lassitude, Low Spirits, General Debility, and, in facty everything caused by an impu re state of th Stood or deranged condition of Stomach, Liver, or Kidneys. The aged find in the Quaker Bitters a gentle, soothing stimulant, so desirable in their declining years. No one can re main long unwell ( unless afflicted with an incurable disease) after taking a few bottles of the Quaker Bitters. Prepared by Dr. H. S. Flint & Co. At the?T 0 v. t XTicsI Depot, PKOVIDEKCF .!. - XO& SAI-ii VHUXM'HJEKE.