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Here i Mory jrblob will .bo re
freshing reading in this weather: A
young BouemUa couple living near
Gleucoe, Iowa, met witb. ft peculiar
experience during the great, snow
storm of last March. , They were
domiciled lit little ahanty under
the hill, which was covered in a
. snow drift, and the hUHband dug
his way out and went over to one
of the neighbors'. Atiouier siorui
coming up, be wasuuable to find
his way buck, as nothing of the
bouse could be seen. It was three
davit before thev could find the
house, which was finally done by
sounding with a pole. They dug
through the drift, and found tin
youug wife as comfortable as could
be expected for a girl just married
and her busbaud gone. A some
what similar experience is reluted
ot Gus Drabos and Herman Kloke,
of West Point, dnriug the sauie
storm. Tbey were driving arouud in
tbedrifts.wben to their surprise oue
of their horses stepped plump Into the
top of a uhimney. On proceeding
to investigate, tbey found a tiouse
under it, aud a family living in il
assuugasyou please. : They hadn't
seen daylight for a week, but were
making the best of the sit nation
xne Indians whom the govern
inent is attempting to civilize and
educate are said to be exceedingly
hard on clothing. - The boy 8 dnr
lug tiio nrst two years ioiiiki aitui v
strange uses lor their bedclothing.
Blankets would be cut up nud dec
orated for fancy pauts, sheets would
be turned into strings to serve their
many purposes, and eveu uow if
boy is in need of them be will not
hesitate , to use bis coat linings.
Whatever is new mast be worn in
preference to anything else. If
boy has a, new summer suit it is
hard to make him understand wuy
he should not wear it in February.
They think they ought to be per
mitted to wear a new pair of cot
ton overalls to the exclusion of the
woolen pants, for a few dnys, till
the novelty of them is gone. The
average need of au Imliau boy for
two years iN found to be ten coats,
uiue pairs of pants, eleven pairs of
shoes, eleven shir ts, fourteen pairs
socks, uine neckties, six pairs sus
penders and eight caps.
The Philadelphia Weekly Maga
zine for Saturday, March 3, 1798,
has the following remarkable dectb
notice: "At New Loudon, Conn
Mr. John Weeks, aged 114. When
106 he married his tenth wife, who
was only 16. His gray hairs had
fallen off and were renewed by
dark head of hair. A new set of
teeth had made their apperrance
and he ate three pounds of pork,
two or three pounds of bread, and
drank nearly a pint of wine a few
hours before bis death." We claim
to be a progressive nation, but the
art of lying doesn't seem to have
gone ahead much since 1793.
Three years ago the daughter of
a wealthy physician in Murfrees-
boiough, Tennessee, lost a valuable
diamond ring while out ridiug. Her
father was called recently to attend
the child of a blacksmith, and while
there he had occasion to mention
his daughter's name. The black
smith's wife recognized the name as
that which was engraved within a
ring which her husband had only a
few days before found in the hollow
of a horse's hoof while paring it to
reset a shoe. The ring proved to
.be that of the physician's daughter,
ana only one small diamond was
missing,
A man in Los Angelos, Califor
nia, was put on trial before a jury
for larceny. The country furnished
him with an attorney and a steno
grapher free of charge. He testi
fied in his own behalf, and was con
victed. Then he insisted that his
counsel should procure for him his
legal fee as a witness, and he im
mediately rose in the estimation ol
his fellow-townsmen to the distinct
ion of being the most "cheeky" mau
on the Pacific coast.
The best judges are predicting
that sugar will be no higher this
year than it was in 1880, and they
,. say ther la reason lo expect that it
win oe lower. According to the
San Francisco Merchant, if we si
low the supposed increase in Cuba
to offset the supposed decrease in
Brazil, the result will be au increase
of 300,000 tons. . Should it increase
similarly this year, the excess would
be accounted for and prices might
De expected to rule as iu 1880. , This
is on the worst showing for the
crops, and the best possible showing
for consumption. The best show
ing for the crops, however, would
gite the surplus available this year
as 450,000 tons and the increase of
consumption 200,000 tons, being
till a surplus of 250,000 tons. On
the whole therefore, people who
have been accustomed to pat two
InmDS of sugar in a enp of tea or
coffee may continue to do so with
out fear of the almshouse hereaftei
as a consequence of their reckless
When the Oil City Derrick man
pnt on his last year's white vest he
fonnd a roll of bills in oue or me
pockets, amounting to about 1120,
which he had forgotton. P. 8.
none of them , were receipted.
(Philadelphia iBuiletio.
No ChMm for Hlin.
He was coming down John B.
street with u "crick" iu his back, a
wobble in bis knees a thumb tied
un in a rag. Inspiration had wilt
ed bis collar aud made bis flannel
orawl up, and each knee carried
the marks of dust. At Miami ave
nue lie halted a pedestrian, got his
aching back ugalust the lamp-post
aud asked i A . v : V
'Sir, do you suppose George
Wiishincton ever fell, down Btaiis
with a bureau after him ami on top
of him t"
'I don't think so."
"Did Daniel Webster ever turn
au old iugiaiu ottrpet t'other side
up, and haul it around, and pull
his blamed arms off and pound his
thumb to a mash in tucking it
down I'' , ,
"I never heard that bo did." -"And,
sir, do vou beliovo that
Henry Clay ever lugged an old bed
stead till over the house, diiuned
around with paint, and lifted stoves
until his eyes stuck out like lemons
on iv Greeley liatl"
"I never heard that Henry was
any such man."
"No, of course yon didn't and yet
you and the rest of the world won
der why I don't get up and perorate
aud philosophize aud theorize and
thunder around like an earthquake.
Loott lit me! Feel of me I Go ache
as 1 ache, wilt us I 'wilt, and then
tell me what earthly chance a man
of moderate means has in this world
for securing the laurels of fame,
Yes, sir, and even now rm ou my
way down town to buy a wliitewa
brush, two pounds of putty, a peck
of lime aud four more papers ol
tacks. I Detroit Free Press.
A Paris letter says r "At the re
cent Mackey ball the toilet of the
hostess was a poem." So! Kind
of an airy costume for a ball, loo.
but theu we are glad to know that
it was a poem. Just think, suppo.se
had only been a two-Hue para
graph! Oh, dear! oh, dear!-
Burlington TJawkeye. ' - -
Tun average yfelil ot corn per
acre in 1879, in Vermont, as given
in the report of the Department of
Agriculture, was 36 bushels. The
lowest average was in North Caro
lina, 7 bushels; the highest iu Ne
braska, 41 bushels.
From a Kussian newspaper of the
year 1882 : "The ruins of the pal
ace are still smouldering. Twenty
five nozzles are playing ou the de
bris. The sufe can not be taken
out before to morrow night, but it
is believed that the Czar will be
fouud uninjured."
Jenkins had just seated himself
to read his evening paper before
yesterday's supper, when a howl
came up from the back yard, where
his heir was playing with a crowd
of boys. Clearly rang out the voice
of the junior Jenkins that if the
Jones boy wouldn't be the horse he
"wouldn't play." Mr. Jenkins calm
ly raised the window and announc
ed : "Young man. I don't want to
hear auy of that Koscoe .Colliding
business here iu Massachusetts.
You will be the horse yourself this
time, or I shall withdraw your sup
per and send you to bed. You hear
my message T' The deadlock was
broken. fLowell Citizen. , . V
It is remarkable what little bites
a woman takes when eating In the
presence of her sweetheart. What
a little mouth she has then ! But
wait until wash-day comes. Watch
her when she goes to hang up
clothes and gets in a hurry. By
the time she gets the big end of IS
clothes-pins iu that mouth, you will
begin to tmuk that it is a pretty
good-sized hearty mouth, alter all
There will be no "college student
waiters" in tbe Hummer reKoi t ho
tels this year. The proprietors oi
the hotels found that the guests
were always nervous for fear the
fellows would imagine themselves
at college and Bend iu a potato on a
rising curve instead of passing it
rBosrbn Post.
Spring Opening!
ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
'.MAY Sd, ea14tli.
shall be prepared to show to the
Ladies of Uaverbill nd vi- f
cinity, my full stock
of French aud American
v.; ! '- -
MILLINERY!
Also a full line of
To which I call your special attention,
All are Cordially Invited,
Id A.M. Abbott.
nTrtrhlll. May 1,
Farm lor lle.
The nbieriber offer for tale the fane in Wert
Fatrlee known as theTueker farm, containing
aerae of land, with convenient home, 2 barn, and
other ont-hoildinKi. Will be enld on wuy teruw.
. a . . Bait Conata. Vt,
Ileal Estate and Business
Chance for Sale.
ViiW be aold on reasonable terms, a Terr
desirable residence in Bradford Village-, for
any person with moderate means, located on
Main Street. Also a Carriage Making and
Repairing Shop the only oue in town with
all machinery and everything complete.
There is repairing enough alone to employ two
men. A part of the purchase money can re
main on a mortgage.
Bradford, Vt.. Jane loth, 1B80. . 6tf
COOLEY CREAMER
uoiiU jhkdae., paicis, isrn. .
iLmm -"r.' -yrfCk Hl'TTKIl DMIO KjT
f v-t, ' , tlHH lmvcws nwiittlod
J', Mt la i'VIMKKN
t Iniuiimuoinil
ifcSV&Xi'.'iry voir, 17. una
nun mint iiii
- I....J.. ... .........
" jjifli FiiK.niiim at
Hi' I Aunouiiurm
IDxlilultlon, London,
JSJV.
It require no ntllkrooni.
It rnlaea all of creuui between
snllkliiar.
It Hi lord better von illation, ..
It rtiilrM tvhit lnlor.
It U more Ihoronutil j- inncle. .
It In rlii'Hr, iiml lvcs belter Httt
IsMMlon tlmn any otnnr wuy of mkMIiw milk,
Ut TTHIIMADK 11V THIS HVSTK.M ISl'N
EXCKI.I.KP IN ITN KKKI'INU QUAI.ITIKS.
Send tor "n;ilrymiin"KlvliiK lull pnnleulars.
t ilillliia. lliu wnnUi'rl'ul success of tlio
Cooliy crcumer has rtrlvrn oilior milk HOlllnif
Apparatus from Iho market and unscrupulous
ikthodh are now cndoavorlnif lo roup a part of
It h beni'llta bv ufTurlDK for kuik orcamcrlcB that
draw milk from tinner Hie oronm which la
thl particular, Infringe!) on oiirpalonla.
We have already commenced wilt, and aU
partleH nre cannoned nifnlNKt nslnff Hiich.
Vuuiuo.vr l Ait ii niAciiiNii ro.,
71 Hcllowa Kails, Vt. .
Moots tlic ronitironiniits of tlio rational medi
cal niiilosopliy wliit-h at prasuiit Fproviiilfi, It
in u periVetl.v puro vegetable remedy, em
bracing tlio three importaut properties of a
preventative, a touiT, and au alternative. It
i'ortifies the body aijuinpt dineaRo, invigorates
nnd rovitftiizes the torpid atoiuach and liver,
ami cllcctH u mm hu unary mango in cue
entire wyeteui, wlieu in a morbid condition.
For buIo by. all Druggists and Dealers
generally.
KENDALLS
SPAVIN CURE,
The most successful romedv over discovered
It Is certain in its ofluots and does not bliiter
Kead proof below.
FROM
Rev. P. M. GRANGER.
Presiding Elder of tbe St. AlbanB
District. .
St. Albans, Vt.. Jan. 20th. 1880.
Dr. B. J. Kendall A Co.. Gontai In niv in
vniir lofr.Hr T will aav flint, mv nTimr-invn mlt-V
Kendall's Siwvine Cure has been very Baitsfaoto
ry indeed. Three or four years ago I procured a
bottle ol your airent, and with it, cured a horse of
lameness caused dv a spavin. iast season my
hone became very lame and I turned him out for
a few weeks when he beoame better, but when I
pnt him on the road he rrew worse, when I dis
covered that a ring-bone was forming, I procured
a uuiue vi ivennau a opavin uure ana wun less
than a bottle cured him so that he is not lame,
ueiuier unii hid uuuvu ue iuuuu
KeEpeotiUUy yours, P. N. GRANGER.
Perseverance Will Tell !
RtouhtoD. Mass.. March 16th. 1880.
B. J. Kendall k Co., Gents ; In justice to von
and mveelf. I think I ought to let vou know that
I have romovod two bone snavins with Kendall'n
spavin cure, one very large one. jjon't Know
how lone the spavin had been there. I have own
ed the horse eight months. Jt took ine four
months to take the large one off, and two for the
small one. I have used 10 bottlos. Tho horse is
entirely well, not at all stiff, and no bunch to be
seen or felt. This is a wonderful medicine. It is
new thine here, but if it does for all what It has
done lor me its sale will be very great.
nesneoiiuiiv vours. tSAi. m. r arker.
Is sure in its effects, mild in its action and It
does not blister, and yot it is penetrating and
and powerful to reach any deep soated pain or
to remove any oony (;rowtn or any otner en
largement, if used for several days, such as snav
ness and all enlargements of tho jofnts or limbs.
or rheumatism in man and for any purpose for
whioh a liniment is used for man or beast. It is
now known to be the best liniment for man ever
used, acting mild and yet certain In its elleots.
It is used full strength with perfect safety at all
seasons of the yoar.
Send address for Illustrated Circular, whiob we
think gives positive proof of its virtues. No rem
edy has ever met with suoh unqualified suooess,
to our knowledge, for beast as well as man.
Price $1. per bottle, or six bottlos for $o, ALL
DRUaoilbTS have ltoroan got it for you, or it
will bo sent to any address on recoil) t of price by
the proprietors.
Dli, ii. J. KEN PALL k CO.,
Enosburs Falls, Vermont.
Bo Id bv all DrugitMs.
HALF A CEXTUBY CLO,
Si
Z
Is a sure remedy fori
I Couehs, Cold.. Whoop-
ling Cough, end all Lung!
uieeiises wnen usea in?
I season. Fift j yeare afjo, j
Elder Down. wn. given!
sup by his physician to!
! die Trim Coufitimption. E
( Under thcKe cirrumstnn-1
!ce. he compounded this!
Elixir, mi cured, and
lived to a Rood old age. (
I You can try it for thet
I price of one doctor', vieit. J
- r or aaie everywnere.
CURED AKHUAtLY.
A GOOD CUP OF COFFEF
tilocha-Java"
COFFEE.
Lovers nf (toid Coffee will And it for their In
terest to buy a pound of tha " Mocka-Java''
Con".., wlucn is foraale by
WM. 15. STEVENS.
HUADFOKI), VT.
Tb m Coffee Is roasted and aold at wholesale
only hy Al.l.o, MIAPLIUH CO.t
ion -iiii.iri;.-.
THE NURSERY
FIFTEENTH YEAR.
This mngazmn will begin the year 1881 with
new and eleirant cover and other inipi-ove-
inents. It will continue to .urpawi all imita
tors. The .lainiary nniuher will prove thi.
Tl.lt IS, 1 1.50 a yrari advan. New
suliHcrilier. gut au extra nuuiber bv subserib-
lng now.
KUKSERY rUBLISHINO Co.,
36 Broomiield St., Boston. Haas,
DONT FORGET
THAT
lie largest i Best Stock
OF
Drug Medicines.
PATENT MEDICINE,
DYE STUFFS,
BP08GISS, PISHFUMEltY,
, . AND
Fancy Toilat Articles
iu tUU Vieiutty, is to bo fonml ut the
Old Bradford Drug Store,
totfutlior with a full lluo of
FAiHTs. m. fin.
diO.
Quality of Goods Gvwnfeed.
Price n Low u tlic I.owet
Call aud Bee bofuru purcuuxiug.
H. O. DAY.
BmdfurU,lVt.1'.Sop. S3, 1830.
OPINION
JOS FfflTII OFFICII
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS
Dono lu Workmanlike Manner
THE BEST PRESSES A2TD
THE
BEST MATERIAL!
Large Addition of New Type !
W. d :r t Cards, ; ' ',' ,
Business Cards, . ,
Letterheads,'
' Noteheads,
statements,
Envelopes, "
Billheads,
Blanks, Etc.,
OF EVERY DE3CUIPT10N.
fl!
OSTERS, Lar6 iilM,
Colored Work
Oi every Style nfl Variety execated promptly and
iu a style
Not to be Surpassed
By any office In the State.
Oui facilities for doing
All Kinds of Bock Work
AKE UN8UHPA8SED.
Is a compound of the virtues of saraur"11-
la, Btillingia, mandrake, yellow dock, with
the iodide of notash
blood-muking, lilood-cleausiug, and life-suv
taininpt eleaients. It is the purest, satcit,
and most effitual nlterative medicine
known or available to t.hn nnhlie. Tim sci
ences of medicino aud chemistry have never
iHuuiweu u vaiuauie a remedy, nor one so
potent to cure all diseases resulting from
impure blood. It cure. K.-rofnlii. and
all scrofulous tliscnseg, Erysipelas,
Ko.o, or St. Anthony's Fire, riuiple.
und Face-grubs, Pustule., Blotches,
Bolls, Tumors, Tetter, Humors,
Bait Kheuin, Scald-hend, HIiiK-worin,
Ulcers, Sores, Rheumatism, Mercurial
Disease, Neuralgia, Female Weak
nesses ana irregulnritlea, Jaundice,
Ailections of tbe Liver, Dyspepsia,
Emaciation, and General Debility.
By IU searching and cleansing oualltlos
it purges out the foil I corruj'tiuris which
itontaiuiuate the Wood and cume derange
ment and decay. It stimulates and enliven.
the vital luni'tionj, iiropi". .nr.rjr.iuj
streu' wrm'" alia preserves maltu,aiif
lutuhes new life and vigor throughout tha
whole system. No sufferer frc.n any dis
ease which arises from Impurity of tha
blood need despair who will give Arm'.
Saimaparilla a fair trial.
It is folly to experimunt with the numer
ous low-priced mixtures, of cheap msterial.,
and without medicinal virtues, offered a
hlood-puriHers, while disease becomes nior.
...Ui.v KBieu. AYKB-. SausapakilU a
medicine of such concentrated curative
power, that it is by far the best, cheapest,
and most reliable u,L,n4s., known.
f hysu-ians know ii. ........ ....;,;., .,.,! nrs.
scribe it. It has iwen widely ued for fort
year., and has won the unqualified coufl.
- ""-'us wuom it ha. beuento...
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer fc Co..
Practical and Analytical Ohamists,
Uow.il, Man.
old bt iu mj,i,t, inarwB.ai.
HeltliJWehltli!
Dr. E. C. West's Kkrvk a? Bbaih Treat
mkkt: a seeitio for Ilvalriia. lisiiucs.
Vonvnlrions. Nsrvms Ilcadarlr, Mental De
pression, lo.s f Meiiinrv, Sfermaturrbiea,
linMtiii(-T. Involuntary K iiuSfinus, Hrenia
tnre Age, ranicd hy nyir'xertion, self
abn.e,oroverinlul!renVe, w'Wi leads to mis
ery, decay and death. One ! will cure re
cent cases. Kaek Ikh Hml)i one msnth's
treatment. Oue dollar a Imh4 or six boxe.
foriive dollars sent h. ..ii arenaid on re
ceipt of price. We guarant. six boxes to
cure any va.e. With each ..r-l-r received by
ns for six boxes. aoFninaui-4 with t we
will send the mirruer onr .littco guaran
tee to return the liionc y if tb Ireatnient do.-,
not rfloct a cure. (;.i,.V ...,. iine.l l,v II
, DAY. side autlini ireil aenl for" Urad'ford,
Vt. JOHN c. KS fc (().: Sole 1'r.iprie
'". J' f " W. KUdinon ft- Chicago, III.
SMITH DOOUITLK a. kmITH. U'I,i..
Agent Boston, ,
m
1. .I4S hSm
OTEVENS,
OflffHflSIH
,U in!
Having Juit returned from niaiket
la now prepared to ibow ber euitumera all
TBK
qrEVEST ISf O VELTIES
THE MOST
APPROVED QTYLES
AND THE!
FABRICS,
BBST
IN
MILLINERY
tmmmmmmmu
tttttttttttttttt
To bo found iu anj storein the oountry, just
from the
IMPORTERS AND MANTTFACTURERS,
Bought and to be sold on ber old plan ot
TEE BEST GOODS
FOR
THE LO WEST PRICES.
Slio has a Full Stock of Bonnets and Hats,
Ornaments and Trimmings, which have ouly
to be seen to commend themselves to the
taste of all who want beautiful and elegant
articles at moderate prices,
IN
Her Stook oomprizos ey erything to be desi red
uy any one, and includes a full new stock
of Dress Trimmings, Laces. Fringes, Dress
and Cloak Buttons, Lace Lambrequins. Lace
Spreads and Shams, Shetland Shawls in all
colors, snd in faot a full stock of
NEW GOODS .
OF THE
LATEST STYLES
IN
ALL DEPARTMENTS.
The ladies are invited to call and examine
and then they can judge fer themselves
where to purchase.
lr DOOR NORTH OP THE
POST OFFICE," "
Main Street,'
.' . . Bradford
April, 1880.
A TRUE
A PERFECT STRENGTHENFR A SURE REVIVER.
IltOJT BITTERS a highly recommended for aU disease re
qniring . oeTin .d efficient tonfo ; e-y
the bloo-Lstrcngtheni the muscles, and gives new J'totte,.neJn?
like aVharm on th. digestive orpins, thTonlV
frruji. A Food. BMina. Had m (As Stomach, Heartburn, dc IHO oniy
IwviZ&t will not blacken the terthor give
lie-Mlaohe. Bold by all dmgg -1. Write for the A B C Book, 82 ip. or
oacful and amusing readinga rM.
mrmm
THROAT ft LUNQ DISEASES.
t UNO D18EAHB8 hav prematurely carried from
L our sight our dearest Mewls. Try llitggs1
Throat and Luog Uealer, at 11. U. DAYU
. i : O
UNO DI8RA8E8 A terror to maaklnd for age.,
i nut Sfllenoa nravalla. Try llrlir.r.' Tlin,.fc .nil
un. lioalor, at 11, U. DAY'S
III
UNO DISEASES are not hereditary, but eon
i StitUtlonal tendenoea nrevall. Dsa Itriirir.'
'Iiroat aud Laog Uealer, at U. U, DAY'S.
LUNG DISK ARKS hare been considered fatal for
agos, not necessarily so. Use Uriggs1 Throat
andliung Uealer, at U. 0. DAY'S. ,
HEADACHE and NEUR A6IA.
HRADACIIBlssooraraonaffllotlon. It la oared
by Brines' Allevantor, at U. U. DAY'S.
HEADACHE, slok, nervous, or bullous, oared by
llriggs' Allevanlor, atU. U. DAY'S.
HEADAonEneryados'allsoelety, Cure It with
Uriggs' Allevanlor, at U. O. DAY'S
HEADA0I1E prevents all enjoyment. TryBrlggs'
Allevantor, at U. O. DAY 6.
HEMORRHOIDS OR PILES.
PILES are dangerous. Suffer no more. Got
llrlggs' File remedy, at U. O, DAY'S.
PILES can be sneedily cured by wring as direct
ed Brlgga' File Heinedy at U. U. DAY'S.
PILES are a sonroe or dlsoomfort to millions
Brlgga' P'le Heuedy at JU. U. DAY'S.
PILES Internal, bleeding and Itohlng. cured by
Brlgga' Pile Remedy at U. O. DAY'S.
HARD AND SOFT CORNS.
A0RNS Universal human afflictlona Cared
U with Brlggs' Sure Corn Care at U. U. DAY'S.
A0RNS Prevent enjoyment, domestic and re
ts ngioua. uriggs' euro uorn uure at u. u.
DAY'S.
AORNS The worst torments known. Care them I
U with Brlggs Sure Corn Curo at H. u. DAY o.
flORNS'promote disturbances in the household.
U Use Brlgga' Sure Corn Cure at It. u. DAY'S
BUNION BALSAM.
BUNIONS. Banish them with Dr. Brlggs' Bun
ions Balsam. Safe and sure. Try It at 11.
U. ilAK'B.
BUNIONS. Hard, soft and ulcerated, oured by
Dr. Brlggs' Bunion Balsam. At II. O. DAY'S
BUNIONS prevent sleep by night, and peaoe by I
day. Use Dr. Brlggs' Bunion Balsam, at II. I
U. Vax a.
BCNfONH pain your feet and tortora your soul.
tn i-jr xry ut. at
ry Dr. Briggs' Bunion Balsam at U. O.
WAY'S.
Mclndoe. Falls, Vt., A. B. Perry.
West Falrloe, E. P. Qeorgo a Co,
Ely, E. P. Johnson & Co.
Orford, N. II.. Willard Dor's.
Lyme, D. C. Churohill.
Thetford Contre, Vt., L. D. Lucas.
Union Village, John Blaisdell,
PASTURE FOR SALE.
RThe Bubsoriber offers for sale his pasture In West
F&irlee, known as the Ayer pasture, containing
93 acres. About 10 acres wood. For further par
ticulars inquire of the subscriber, 'North end oi
Uradiord village,
43tf : W. U, lNUUKHifi.
SEED.
WHEAT
Just Received from the West a splendid
sample of seed wheat
FOR SALE CHEAP
by tho subscribers.
J. B. PECKETT, & CO.
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure.
irr. trrntrs ninnry (,Wff.)
A VPCrotahl nrpnamtinn ittiil tha nnl
nin1y in ton world for Bright iHsrinsrv
Dlnbi, nml A 1.1, Kltlujr( IlTrv sum
nTestimouiai$of the blchest order in proof
Of these stalementst.
.WFor the cure of IHnheU, call for Wr
ner's Hate llubeta 4 iii-o.
u i'ur me curo or Bright ana tns othef
umi'iMi'M, fjun lor wainer's mmmo PPfwj
VTt In thnluiet nnltfInM .nl etlmnlaioa
every function to more heiiUUiul action, and
is tuns ts rwiifni in mi ni Willi's.
it cures M4roniinuii and or her HKln Ertin
tlons and Diseases, hicludiiuc Ciuitera. 1J1
vera, ana oi iier mres.
lyaiHpnlu, Veuknemorttiflltnmarhi
CoDBtlmtlon, lkluiiK, J?nrnl lebll
Ity, etc., nre cured hy tlx; Niife Bitten. It if
uneqiiaiea an an appetiKcratiu regular tonic,
Auiues ui two niaea ; iiricua, ovc sua i.vwa
WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE
Qtiicklv elves Retand SIo to thesufTerlnfr.
cures ilead:i'li and nirnlirtn prevents
Knll4itft ti'lla. and n'liBvesNt'rvouarroa
trntlon brought nn by excessive drink, over
worn, menial shock;., anu uiuer uhubi, -Powerful
as It ia to ntoD nnln and soothe alt
turbed Nerves. It never Injures the systeiQ,
woeiner umen in iniu ur iuik" uutwro.
.Bottles Of two 8
9 slses; prices, SVoand ll.O.
??2.Ai" imuins tor
WARNER'
bowels do not operate
rreeiy ana zvgmmxiy,
nlhw Mlb rvqnlra neb
mmm mot ror laaroaga
nrli. PHm & eta. a bota
VI rnrr'a Safe HcBedlM ar
4wM brOnigittoUa
la M41dM inm
H.H. Warners, Co,,
Proerteten,
BOCHESTEB, H, T,
rrim fw nsipi
J.TllHB.I.h:
TONIC
IHtKxrig COOLEY
Are .n Ijuuiij
" , a HUM.. B1UWH. VIU.
I 1 is iiRnii whenever tb
" f
Ah
' Ayor's Oathartio Pilla,
- For tlio relli f ami
cure of .11 derange,
intuits In the l.m.
.ch, llvsr, .ud bow.
ols, Tlivy sr. s mild
aporlent, sail nn
oxoetleiit piil't,'Ative,.
lining purely v.pe
table, thev omrs.ti
no mereurv or iii)n
Oral whatever, llucli
serious slckiiess (ind
sufliirlng I. prevent,
ed liv their timely
nasi and every family should havo them on band
for their proleotlun and rullef, when iwtulrod.
Long exnerieuos has proved them to be the snt
wt, lum.t, aud best or all the flllm with which
the market abounds, lly their occasional u.e,
u blood is uurllled, the corruptions of Hie .va
Tka expelled, obstructions removed. ai)d tlio
Vrnoie maciiinery or mo nwumm iu n. ,n-n,.i..
y
tun
iivity. internal orgsus wmen urounio .-ivsk.-u
aiuggisn are cieanwu nr ja.-r-. . ..
mnl.tA.1 into aetlen. .Thus liicliik-nt dlM'tiA.
Is chsiiiiHi Into health, the valuo or which clump,
when rockonwl on the vnst multitudes who enjoy
It, e.n hardly be computed. Their sugar eoolli g
makes them plessant to tsko, nnd nrcM-rves their
virtues unliupsired Tor any length of time, so
that they are ever fresh, and perfectly reliable.
Although searching, they are mild, snd niieriito
without disturbance to tho constitution, or diet, or
occupation.
Full directions are given on the wrappr to
each box, how to uxo ihetn ns a Family liiyilo,
and for tho following oomplalnts, which theco
JPHI. rapidly curet
For lysHipaia or Indigestion, I.lstless
nm, Languor, snd I.ons or Appetite, they
should be tuken moderately to stimuluto tho stom
ach, and restore IU healthy tono and action.
For Liver Complaint and Its various symp
toms, f) lllllous Headache, Rick Hund
aohe, Jaundice or Oreeu fiicknoss, 1111
lou. Collo and Itlllnua l-'evers, they should
bo Judiciously taken tor each ense, to correct tho
diseased aotion or remove the obstructions whioh
oause it. ...
For Dysentery or Jllnrrhiua, but one
mild dose is generally required.
For UheuiuatUiu, Oout, Oravel, . Pal-
Sltatlon of- the Heart, Fain In the
lde,Jiaclc, and Loins, they should bn contin
uously taken, as required, to change the diseased
action of tho system. With such ohange those
oomplalnts disappear.
For Dropsy and Dropsical Swelling.,
they should be taken-In large and frequent doses
to produce the'etllict of a drsstio purgu. -
For Hanpresslmi, a Iuiru dose should bo
taken, as It produces the desired effect by sym-
""iVa Tilnnmr pill, take one or two Wlf. to
promote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels, restores the apietlto, and invigorutes the
system, lienoe It Is often advantageous whero
no serious derangement exists. One who feels
tolerably well, often finds that a dose of these
Jf IU makes him feel decidedly better, from thelt
cleansing and renovating effect on the digestive
apparatus.
PREPARED BV
Dr.J.C. ATXJt & CO., Practical ClttmUtt,
LOWELL, MASS., V. S. A.
FOB BALE BY ALI DBUGGIST9 EVERYWUEHS
$10O REWARD !
For any Catarrh Remedy which will give a
,.. (julok and as Permanent Relief as
Foss' Vermont Catarrh Cure
Tbe discovery and combination of its anti-oatarrh-
aieiemenu nas do paraiioi in uie annais
of medical achievements.
All orders sliould bo sent to the proprietor.
EDWIN J. FOSS, St. Aldanb, Franklin Co., Vt.
Price. 50 oente and $1 per box. Sample box by
mau ror 10 oenu.
For sale fn Bradford by II. e. Day at the Brad
ford Drux Store
To the Boys of New England.
Bvery day at noon, precisely, after April a
Balloon ix feet hi(fh will bo relented from the
top of Onfe Hall, Boston, and a reward of a suit of
clothes will be paid to the boy who captures it und
returns it to Huston. We ulo give to every cus
tomer in our boys' department, an in tinted Parisian
Balloon, 90 centimeters in diameter!
The stock of Men's and Boy' Sprint? and Sum.
mer Suits and Spring Overcoats la complete, and
surpasses in variety and Kneral excellence all
former displays. In three hundred New England
towns and cities we arc represented bv established
Agents, In whom handt full lines of tiprinff and
Summer Samples will be found, and with whom
our trade can confidently deal.
When you go to Boston be sure and viBit Oak
IIall thy famous, one-price, reliable Clothing
House.
Samples and rules for self measure sent to any
address.
6. W. SIMMONS & SON,
OAK HALL,
32 to 44 North Street, Boston,
The oldest Clothing House in New England.
N. A. BAILEY, Agent.
BratHoiil, Vt.
GOLD HIEDAI , PARIS, 1879.
wmgesm Butter made hy this,
Kivccnstakea at
INTKRNATIONAT. DAIRY
Faik, 1ST8, and Gold
illeilal at same FiUr.
1S79, Gold lledal at
HoyiU Agricultural
i.xniuiuoa, i.onuon,
ItiT'J.
Four sttles, te.v
BIZKS.
REGIT. AH.
Cans bemoted to
bench fob 6kimmino
AUTOMATirAIXY.
J UjTI IS, IC.-f.KIMS AUTOMATlCAJ.br W1TU-
OLT KKMOVINd CANd.
I V a I G IIT or CABINET. IlAS A OTP-
UnAKll I'NDEH WATKH TANK: TUB ILLUMINATEn
conical point of cans 1'riwbctino into tni3
compaktment: skims without remotino cans,
elkvatokr-has a hoistino abbanob
' ment for kai8ino cans out of tank. skw8
automatically. . .
Tin y require no miiKreeni.
Haiwenllof cream between milk.
liiK. Impure air, ilusl or files
cannot reads milk net in tlsein.
CAUTION.
.1-... at,, at.-n.nat nt-nrtfo rf fhA OTMlt TtOT11
able nonfp-Mion of thoir aupt'rtority, 1b tle laiye
.....iIr,Vi i,itii t market which claim
11 .jViiWiww, verfectum of action ioeseeBod
ll ttl3H(tlllHtlV OKLEIHlATifTi ('nriWirnK Vl'. thnmv.
fore caution all iiermoua not t buy or use anv of
saiii imiUtioiiH unrl infrtnireiut'nts, as wo snail
rmteot our riji-hts to tlie full extent of the law.
Send for ''JUaihyman" lflviu particulars.
VERMONT FA MACHINE. CO.?
Pi
nnVOAVIS'
Iff - '
So
;( j
PERRY DAVIS & SON. Providence, R. I.
PrepriwMra.
CLARK'S JODRNAL
BIN DEBT.
iu ontpoiier, vt.
Magaalnea, Sheet mtuia, and olil book, of every
dlSOriUllon buiindu Lh.V .hnuld h. t..i ...2
ohastel mortgage records, printed or plain, made
to order and In the best manner. Dog license
Nioks, administrator', aooount hooka, soKool and
Uighway tax hooks, and every thing In th. blank
book line at reasonable prices.
All order, for binding can be loll at tho (ton of
Geo. E. Gaffield,
IBrsdlbrd, Vermont
Uontpeller, Feb., 1881.
Cornet to Nell I
A first-oluss B Klat Cornet with orooks to
A, nud good Black Walnut Case. - -
Address, J, A. 8 ARGENT.
Bradford, Vt.
S S I A S 7 fl Sr.day .thome- Sample, worth
G free. Addreaa .tinsom A ce..
Portland, Maine
$66
a wee In your own town. Terms and is
outfit free. Address II. Hallbti Co.,
Portland, Maine.
479 5w0.0,f- '2day at hems easily made.
I Costly out.'UViwt . Address Tana A Co..
IgttataT Maine.
A. KAUM.
Any person contemplating the purchase of a
very productive farm, with die buiidinsTln ar?
SAW. AND GRIST MILL,
will find it for tholr Interest to communicate' with
Peb. 18, ,881. 46-2-m. A PAB' V-
Liberation Notice,
I hereby certify that I have this day giyen
my sou Georgo il. Presoott his time during
t ho remainder of his minority, and that I
shall hereafter claim noue of his earnings
nor pay auy debts of his contracting.
GEOBGE HtESCOTT.
Witness, J. K. Dahung.
bast Corinth, Vt.. April 18, 1881
HILLandDRILL
PHOSPHATE
SEND FPU PAMPHLET.
This is a true bone superphosphate, and
may bo used on any crop, In the bill or drill
or broadcast, either with or without manure,
and will produce a much earlier and larger
crop. In tho Keport of the Mass. Inspector
of Fertilizers, its valuation Is from 88 to
filOperton higher than other PhoBphates
which sell at the same price. The past
year over 3000 tons were sold against 100
tons three years afio, showing that it is
liked by the fanners. If there is no local
agent near you, send to us.
Also for sale STOCKBRIDGE MANUKUS.
I
BOWKER FERTILIZER C
; BOSTON & NEW YORK
FOR SALE.
The House fornierlr occupied I by David
Eastman, situated on Pleasant Street, in
Bradford Til lane. The house is two atoriM :
hlerh with ell, well finished throutrkont and
nearly new. therefore in good condition, very
p'eaaantl.v located, good water, and Rood
garden. Part of the pur chase money can re
main on mortgage if deeired, For
farther particulars inquire of David East
maU) Detroit, Mich., or of
A. A. DOTY, M. D.
t Bradford Vt. ;
VICK'S
For 1881 is an Elegant Book of 130 Pages,
Ouo Colored Flower Plate, and 900 Illustra
tions, witb descriptions of the . best Fiowera
and Vegetables, and directions for srowing.
Only 10 cents. In English or German. If
you afterwards order seeds deduofe the tea
cents.
VICK'S SEEDS are the best in the world.
The Floral Guide will tell you how to get and
grow them.
Viok's Flower nnd Vegetable Garden, 175 -aft,
6 colored plates, 5'JO engravings. For
50 cents in paper covers ; $1 00 in elegant
cloth. In German or English. . r
Vick's Illustrated Monthly Magazine 33
pages, a colurad plate in every nnmbei and
many line engravings. Price $1 25 a year;
Five copies for )5 00. Specimen number.
sent for 10 cents; 3 trial copies for 25 cents. .
Address, JAMES VICK.
Kochester. H. Y.
YELLOW
Are a symptom of Jaundice,
Liver Complaint.
DR. BAXTER'S MANDRAKE
BITTERS
will cure the disease and re
move yellowness from skin
an1 Airoa. XTo o
ill
VECETABLE ,
A PURELY VEGETABLE REMEDY
For Internal and btotnal Us,
Ii l SURE CURE for all th Disease, for which It h racmmidaV
and h ALWAYS PERFECTLY SAFE la th. handt of
- eves th. most Inexperienced persons.
ft Is a rare and alrk remedy for COFWH!. SORK
THROAT. IIH.l.S, ani sunilar tronblee; afford. mM
i I. M apalonu of lUl'TlTIIKRM. and as tke keaat
knawa reaaedj lor RHEUMATISM na NKl'RAMJIA.
THE OLDEST. BEST, AND MOST WIDELY KNOWff
FAMILY MEOICINE IN THE WORLD.
DYSKNTKRV, and all BOWEL COMPIAEHTS. aa.h
HAS STOOD THE TEST OF 40 YEARS' CONSTANT
USE IN ALL COUNTRIES AND CLIMATES.
II k RECOIHMUNDFD by PhystcUsnh MVurtaasartcn.
IHIsMm, Maanarera of Plantastsaaa. Wark.stbasMH antl
Factories, niinn la llaavHala in duat, bf Evetrkasly
everywhere wao has ever given It a trial
IT IS WITHOUT A RIVAL AS A LINIMENT.
It should hvy be xwed for Pain In ttj Bark um4
ftDd brings pnxtf mnt prmwumt rrHeJ" in ftU OMBI of BraiMM
Cutn KprntntH frrrr llnrwAi Hrnlitn Mo.
NO FAMILY CAN 9AFEI.Y BE WITHOrT IT. It wll
trjuutvlly save many times It cort In doctom' bUM, and Ut prio
biinin it wiUila the retu h of U. It t eA& at VAcAOeMd 91410
a brittle, and can bo obtained from all dragyista.

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