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THE B UKLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING, ,TA2. 26, 180G.
Tisboxt Politics TnE Second Coxcses
SIC.nal District. A gossipping letter, dated
at Bellows Fall;, appeared in tbc Springfield
IltpMiccn list week, which hag attracted
Folic attention, raainly from its foolish spec
ulations cn tbc eabject of tbc succession to
Mr. Morrill, tn tbc Second District, in case
that gentleman sees t to decline another re
election. We copj tbc writer', listof can
As Mr. Morrill retires at the close of the pre
sent CtLtrress to be a candidate for the Senator-
ship, there is to r a free fight in the second
district. At last accounts there were no less
thin sixteen candidates in the field, with
prefects of increasing to atrigale before the
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.oavcniioaai nunc niTcr .uu.uuii. iu .iuij.
Owing to the senatorial candidates residing in
Orange and Caledonia counties, there Trill be
but few candidates for representative from that
part of the district, but the surplus in 'Windsor
and TVindhsm will mile good any deficiency.
As Mr. Morrill's predecessor in Consress, An
drew Tracy, was a resident of Windsor, and
that county now has two United States oGcials,
district attorney and marshal, the Windham
candidates are swzuine of success. Among the
tailed of candidates are the following :
From Caledonia county, Bliss N. Davis of
Danville, foraerlr sheriff of the county, and
vho, while discharging his duties in that capa
city, was attacked and nearly killed by ' Bris
tol Bill." His rival is Jonathan ltcss of St.
Johnsbury. For Windsor county, P. T. Wash
burn, adjutant general of the State, formerly
brut, colonel of the 1st Vermont three months'
regiment, commander cf Vermont troops at Big
Bethel and a lawyer by profession ; 0. P.
Chandler of Woodstock, lawyer and a member
f the last legislature ; 1). C. Dcnnison of Koy
alton. United States district attcrney ; Hugh II.
Henry of Chester,1 United States marshal ; Dr.
Thomas 11 Powers, ex-lieut. Got. Julius Con
verse, both of Woodstock ; A. P. Hnnton of
Bethel, a lawyer and onoc a speaker of the Ver
mont Dense of Representatives. From Wind
ham county, Henry E. Stou;htoa or Bellows
Falls, a lawyer and father of Gen. Stoughton ;
ex-GoT. F. Holbrook ; Charles K. Field, law
yer, George Howe, Uwjer, formerly United
States district attorney, Hampden Cutts, farm
er, formerly in the Vermont Senate from Wind -sor
county, all of Brattlcboro ; Abiiha iStod
dird of Townhend, probate judge of Marlboro
district, and S. 1'. Fligg of Wilmington, lawyer,
and fur the last two years member of the Ver
Of the Windsor county candidates General
Washburn, .Mr. lierry anil -Mr. Uenmsen arc
likely to stand the highest. Mr. Henry, how-
ever, will not ' co in " unless the probabilities
of wiunirg are sood. He will keep up a good
deal cf skirmishing along the lines, but he is too
"foxy" to throw himself awar. In Windham
County Mr. Stoughton is regarded is one of the
ablest men of the state, and hid he not Toted for
McClellan he mlfiht stand a tod chance for
securing the nomination. He is a native of
Chester and was a shoemaker by trade, but
while " pegging away " at men's soles " he
lead Blackstone and became a lawyer. lie
joined the Unionists after the commencement cf
the rebellion and was sent to the State Senate,
f Jcorgc Howe of Brattlebcro is a gentleman of
fair abilities and will make a good run. Ex
Uov. Hollrook has more than ordinary execu
tive abilities and woull ably represent the dis
Irict. Hampden Cutts is quite as able as any
of the talked of candidates, but he nas been so
long in the field he stands very little chance of
getting the nomination.
At least half of the worthy gentlemen
named above, arc much more likely to be
htruck by lightning, than to Lc seriously
named for Congress in any nominating con
vention. The Bellows Fall Times says the
letter is wholly a Brattlcboro production,got
up by some of the numerous editors in that
j.lace, who, for somegjod reason, preferred
to publish it second hand ; that if half the
)rigadc mentioned as candidates lor Con
gress arc going to run, any writer there
-would "mention" at least thirty or forty
xuarc good men from that town ; nndjthat
Hon. Abishai Stoddard is not Judge of Pro
bate for Marlboro district.
Ashest or Bristol Bill in Canada.
Seme months since tbc Gore Bank, at Gault,
Canada, was entered and an unsuccessful
attempt made to rob it. Two persons were
convicted and sentenced lor it, but a third
party escaped. This jarty was known to le
the lcritablc Bristol Bill,nowgoing under tho
name of IJenry Parker. It was found
out that he had gono to Rochester, X.
y., but thtt bis wife was still residing at
his bouse in Hamilton, C W. Tho house
has ever 6incc been closely watched, and
last week it was ascertained that he bad re
turned home, in disguise. A large body of
policemen were at once collected,
citizen's dress, and eauntcred into
nity ol tbc premises. There, at a given sig
nal, they closed on the house, front and
rear. The captain of the squad then enter
ed, and found Pailcr in a lack room, who
quietly submitted to be ironed, though
exhibiting great chagrin and dismay. Awork
shop and stock of burglar's tools wcie found
on the piemists, though it had evidently not
been lately used, owing to the absence of
the burglar. Tl.c bouse was elegantly fur
nished, but the indications wcicthat Parker
was preparing for a change or base, as
tbc caipets were being taken up, nnd furniture-
ready for pocking. The prisoner is
described as somewhat advanced .in years,
and btd the usual sanctimonious njpear-
a nir.it rogues of bis distinction.
Bristol Bill has kept very quiet the past
tbre-c or four years, being s well-known to
the jolicc of the country that it was difficult
for bini to " eiratc " wuLout Icing sus
Kvery bear should be taught to dance, lor
what is tbc use of bruin without hops ?
The Mayor of a Western town proposes to
lill half the dogs in the place, and tan their
liiden with the lari of the other half.
Josh Hillings says be has waited pashunt
ly nuw for more than twenty-five years for
tne millenium to commense and just look j
sit nutter nisy cents a pound.
tually by Monroe doctoring.
A rubicund old centleman in Wall street
wa jiointed out to us ycstciday as having
been a Collector of the Port of New l'jrk
for over fifty years. He looked so. and the
Pott seemed to ngrcc with him. Sat. Press.
Why is President Johnson like Chimbo-
raro 7 Because he's tbc greatest of all the
lou never should place so much confi
dence in your minister as to sleep during
The Bill-sticker 'e Paradise Tbc Great
"Wall of China. Punch.
Doctor, mother sent mc down to thottc-
rary jmp, quicker 11 blazes coz bub's sick as
the quickens with tbc pirxn cbox, and she
-wanUi a tnimbielul ol Mllygolic in this din
tip) cr,ct.z we hadn't bot a gottle bandy, and
the kint pup's got tbc bine wittcts in't.
Uot any 7
A man with a long bead is not apt to be
He who enters upon a career of crime j
must cume to a halt or a halter.
"Well, BriJget, ir I engage jou, 1 shall atonts which mark the last resting place of
want ycu to stay at heme whenever I shall six thousand of our soldier are but a short
wish to CO out.s" "Well, ma'am. I have nn distance bevond. thi
objctIons, providin' you do the same when
I wish, to go out."
An editor in describinz the doings of a
mad dog, says : "He bit the cow in the tail
which has since died." This was very un
fortunate for the tail ; but we naturally feel
swine interest to know what .became of the
Moore probably bad the pttroleum fever
when he sung, -Oh' lad I some sweet lit
tle 11 !e of my own" but ptrhat be only
meant (as be eaidj "sweet" ilc j
A Paris Cafe has cn its card amoDc other
widcs ana liquors tlie veerd " Lbcn-goDlcr.
Tlie wedding linen ol the Princttd Anna
Murat (lately married in Paris) cost $120,-
Sir Morton Pcto has sent an elegant box
of confectionery to tbc wife of President
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uuuusuu 3.cif 1 car a compliment.
Kocqcs out lVest administer chloroform
topigs and then carry them off without cre
ating any disturbance.
Tbc Connecticut icform Ecbool at Mcriden
ha, lnd an aTC of 039 inmates the past
r. nr,,i ,. ... , c.on nn1 J...
1 I j , ... K J - . IUI. UMtt UUI .O.VvV.
is an average of $87 to each scholar.
The State of New Hampshire is erecting a
monument at Winchester Va., over 30 btavc
men of tbc 14th N. II. Iiccimcnt. who fell
there on the 19th of September 1S04.
The President, as a means of chcaicnin;
fuel to the poor of Washington durin? the
cold weather, has ordered the large quantity
of Src wood belonging to the (Jovcrnment to
be sold in quantities lets than ten cords, at
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wn a me trip ot a Lariilorma steamer a
crazy Irisbmau came on deck with a revolv
er and declared be would shoot anv man
who was not n Fenian. Two Englishmen at
once denied having any Fenian proclivities
uau 11c siioi teem uottj. lie was wounded
himself in turn and jumped overboard, but
was rescued uy the crew.
At the time of Senator Douglass' decease.
u estate was to encumbered that it was
believed that tbero would be nothing left for
bis family. During the war, however, the
TH!! ill" vl Asfltft i.l S't.tfM... .l.r.l. l.o
v. ..... u "'L.nu, mii.i w
onged to him, appreciated to in value, that
its sale has paid all of the debts and left bis
laniuy a nauusamc competence.
rroi. James i . Jispca, who for many
jears has been prominent in the Agricultur
al world, died at Newark, X. J., last week.
His farm when he bought it was considered
one cf the most barren and worthless farms
in the State, but under bis careful suncrin.
tendence it has returned, according to gene
ral rejort, an annual income ol gUO.OUO to
A sheep in Canada has just been dressed
iu New lurk, the live weight of which was
I 400 pounds, and neat weight 243 pound:
uiiu yet lucre arc tuoiisan.s wuo will not
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uiicii- u 3 iiau quarter 01 mutton ii
pounds weight was ever seen, although they
arc irtqueni in rigianu.
The Collectors of Customs, who have been in
session at Washinzton for several davs. havs
agreed on a bill to put an end to Sinuzrlin"
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uiv vuiMuuii liuniivr, nuau .secretary
McCulIjch will immediately submit to Con
TM. . -11-
iuc custom 01 selling colored people in
Delaware for a term ot years, as a punish
ment of crime, is still kept up, though now
11 uocs noi amount to mucii. r our persons
were sold a few davs since, and broucht
from twelve to fifteen cents each, and their
purchasers immediately let them go
The Hartford Press says : A ragged
little fellow was seen skating on one of our
ponds lately without shoes or stockings, his
sKates Deing strapped upon bis bare feet,
who said that it was jolly good fun, and
that his lcet were warm enough if he kept
A Chicago clergyman mis-cd his stockings
on Christmas morninc. and after a lonz
search found one on each horn of a new
milch cow, which had been presented to him
by his parishioners. As they couldn't get
the cow into his stocking, they put the
ttockmgs on to the cow.
In M alworth county, Wisconsin, on the
otn, tnrcc men entered the bonsc of a man
who had ju6t sold his farm for 3000, mur
dered his wife and child, and proceeded to
ransack the building. While thus engaged,
a person living near by, hearing suspicious
noises, went to the bouse, saw what had
been done, and shot all three of the assai
sins, killing one, and mortallv wounding
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vi iuc cvtuuu .uassBcuusctis cavalry,) in
iiilton, Mass. Their noise alarmed the
Colonel , who seized two loaded revolvers, and
without stopping to put on his cljthcs went
into tbc yard and confronted them. They
allowed themselves to be driven into a shed,
where the Colonel held them at bay with
his revolvers until his clothing bad been
brought to him, and a rope to tie tho men
together, after which he marched them to
" Niggers can't take care of themselves."
1 k. , . . .
clad in J8 ll)C Copperheads every rrherc. At the
1 P Tip! 0hio RiTcr Tillage of Smith's Fcrrv, a color
ii.e vici- ,i . 1 . -.1 ... -
m uduitu kjsuik, uu 1113 two sons,
sunk an oil well last spring, which they
sold for $2G,000 cash, and invested $G,000
in one of the best farms in the county.
They sunk a second well, which proved to
cc ot great value, and sold last week for
$140,000 cash ; so that these black men in
addition to taking care of themselves, have
got themselves in the way of taking care ot
ilWi.tJUU, made within the year.
Wasuinotox niSMR iurties. Dinner
parties arc siren by some of the Diplomatic
corps, wuo receive an allowance ol table
money therefor and who follow out the old
European embessy maiim that the road to a
man s heart is through bis mouth Several
of th; Secretaries and Senators also
give dinner parties, and some of them give
well arranged and nicely cooked repasts,
handsomely served. Others hire a caterer
for the occasion, and their guests arc treated
to badly cooked chicken, disguised with a
irench name, and served on the same old
plated dish that lias been used for years
past wherever tho same caterer has 'been
hired to serve. No Custom House oificer ever
rocketed a share of a pti.alty lor alleged
lalse invoicing of much of the champagne
scrvcu at inesc atate dinner-, lor it is un
questionably from some native cider-press.
and on dit that an obliging Secretary of Leg
ation, wlnlc endeavoring last week to swal
low some port tliat a licpitablc host was
eulogising, feund at the lottom of his wine
glass some half-pressed black currants!
jjn iu a tiuriu, out mat evening
the weather was fair. Perlry to liaston
Ijii-ortatiox or CaTTLE. Con!rrta rnd
rough shod over the Constitution in passing
Wit of &cri.tar
Trcasury has modified tbc regulations in re
gard to Canada nt that cattle coming from
the West may cross the bridge, l'lic Buffalo
Connnroai says that "Mr. Wentworth of
Llncago, who acted as godfather to the bill,
c luiui-ru-uiui company wnicli is
now engaged in bringing cattle from Texas
to tac -ortccrn markets, and that the law
in question was secured by him solely in the
interests of that company." And the same
paper.adds "when it is remembered that no
cattle can be brought into Canada fmm F.n.
rope during the winter, the barefaccdness of
tl'e 'ninderpost' dodge becomes apparent '
.V. Y. Com. AJetrtiser.
Aelinctox IIeicihs. Arlington lights
still remain in the possession or the Gov
ernment, but it is said the wife of General
Robert E. Ltc has recently written to a
iricna tiiat she intends to return there, even
if she "is obliged to live in black quarters."
mong ice oosineics she will probab
ly encounter is the fact that twelve thou
sand Union soldiers have been buried upon
its soil Sixty brave Union officers sleep
their last sleep in the erounds whioh mi.
round the fatnilr minsion : nnd the Lrail-
mm ucmg uuricu in a soldier s cemetery
about one half mile distant. It is of course
impossible that the nation can surrender
tac gruTts ol so many of its defenders to
the leader of the armies they volunteered to
CosntxDiCTED. The rroort that SItIm fc.,t
- - . ' . - hllUU-
purchased from the city authorities one half of
Court noose Squire with the intention or erect- ,
ing on it a mammoth Photograph gallery is ;
authoritatively denied. He considers hit pre
sent place or business as amply suffi;ient fcr the !
demands of the city.
CLOAKS MARKED DOH'X 1
SHAWLS AKKi:i) DOWN!
Winter Dress Good
We have cn hand a part of t o plseea cf the
Tttmnlir Webfter Bearer, which will be closed out
at much less than recalar price. Theio eoodi hare
earned a high reputation, slrlor, wo Lellere, In
every iniiaace enure uuuacutn.
Winter Good of nil Kinds
BEE HIVE !
Onr oljeet being to rednce our itk of toe above
named goods as low aa possible prerlcsi to taking
inventory, aa4 In order to be letter yrepared fur
Spring Trade ol I SGG.
We taie thli method of returals? onr thania to
the numerous friends and patrons of the "Bee HI ro
tor the Tery geaeroui patronaie bectowed upon nj
the past year, lecurin; to us the lirgeit builueu in
the Retail Dry Goods and Carpet trade ever done
in this part of the countr
f the country, "e hllenaevoruur-
lag uie iirewci t
ol roods, selected
earto keep an attractive J tool
from the leadlsg houses lathe
JAMES rCK. PrsprltUr.
P.W'EIl COLLARS, Cl'KKS. 4.C.
J nit received at
a Urge Invoice of the celebrated
which will be told to the trade at
M.I .YUr.iC TUBERS' PRICES
EVAN'S PIBRILLA COLLAR
together with ijiilltles of other maters,
LADIES' REVERSIBLE ENAMELED
COLLARS JL ENAMELED CUEES.
"A new thio-"-GESTS. puis AND FANUV
REVERSIBLE C V I' K S
CARDNER'S PATENT PA PER BOSOMS
"Just tut." Fr sale at wholesale or retail at
Jan. S. dtf.
JOry Goods ! Jtry Goods S
FI.SIIEK !' I.003IIS
ilariCC entered inta n&rtnerhln fa.thn t,niuv
tlea ormereaatile bail new.
Have opened their New Storo
CORKER of CHURCH J BAXK STS..
A'eiv Ac Fresli Stock of Goods
adapted to the ieaco.
Thepublisarecoriiallr Invited to call andexa.
mite cur Goedj and IMcei
AT OCR NEW l CARTERS,
A N I DOMESTICS
GLOVES AM) HOSIERY.
VAN KEH NOTIONS, AC. Ji C
Carpets and Oil Cloths.
at what they coatur customers i-not what Unsr
?'" fe ,ul,llc ""Wcrsueh'advcrtlsemerZ
1VE CS A C A L L 1
SMITH A- PLATT.
Earlinston, Vt.. Jan. 17. lf itr
T7A.SCV DRESS ennrs 1., .... ,
JC much lower nrices. " "" na "
at PAGE 4 BESTS.
TL.CK ALPACAS In all quantities and prices.
at PAUK A RESTS.
OKAl-SKIRTS, Ladle, and Misses In all
at PEGE k BEST.
C'patUra.5"'1'1" CIrcBlr tie bttt
at PAOE k BEST.
TJROWNSIlEFrrrviKj.. 1 ,
-V - --w tuwi A3 Ml, lOWeSl,
F"ren?wl"1UW9 for0ctU- Ladles or Chll.
at PAOE k BESTS.
1")REACKFAST sirewra .1. . .
J 10.00. J" 'I? '- to
at PAGE BEST.
furs : fcrs : : fcrs :
We are now cfferlnz our
E N T
IRE s T O f
Ladies' and Gents' Furs
BUFFALO AND FANCY ROBES I
tosetier wllii & Ure asfcrtzna f ,
a cruao r .1
CIlts Furni,kiHS Goods ! ,
At Greatly Reduced Price, ! 1
CALL EARLY ANDSECUREORKAT BARGAINK "J
SHATTCCK k FLANAGAN & J
isvm J 3
Burllajton, Vt., Jan. 13, ISoT ' " "U
milt season of the year has aaain eomo around
1 when It if tnv enttcm to sell iroodl at reduced
. rices, so ai to close out the lalance tf my sttck cf
Fall nnd Winter Goods.
f1 n!f j ear it Is my purpose to sell out much clor
than usual, and therefore announce to the public
that on and after to-day I ihall cUer extra Induce
ments to all purchasers of Dry Good.
Some of tie goods tn which I shall mate the
Sreateet reduction In prices are as follows, vli. :
In which I Lave a cood assortment cf high and
medium priced eoodi. of the most desirable styles
aad fabric, which will be sold at cost ; also, a quan
tity of nice roods. In etyhs that are not qutteso
desirable, that will be sold without any regard to
Coinprliini; blilrtlas, Salisbury, Balmoral and
White. Inallbtilea and qualities, on all cf which
we shall, fcr the present, make liberal deductions.
S II A W It S ,
In which we Lave heavy double Ehawls from iSJM
Kedueed from SO cents to )I.CO each on nke goods.
Reduced from Mcesti toTS-from Wto C2.
SHI JITS A' Dltrf IVEItS,
N HIM AS,
Ac, Sic , ic.
I shall offaravut luOOjartiof
Good I-ast Colored l'vinls
at tbc kw price of S eecU.
I have Xkk 4ay also opeMd a fresh stack of
rsth a; Bleached and Brows CoUoos, Csttaa FUs
nels, trt Jaas aad rrtats ; atsl af
sueh at Diapers, Hoesabacls, Cmk, Towels, c.,
which will I sold atkweet pessdble vrtecs.
Tub is so alum aiinoaaeeae&t of redueiion, si I
am ready to prove to all bo stay eoll , evoa in
little thlns, wbBevr It is posslMo, I ateUreatoeo
No. IS Ctaurdi Street.
Jan. 5 dAw.
perfumes & 3ijf5.
I f MCSTACIItS
t reed to crow upon
the imxthest face In
irrni th:ee t Sve
weeks by uilnj; Dr.
riLLAIRE, the most
rn modern sden. actios upon the Geaid and lTalr
In an almost miraculous manner. It has leu nsrd
by the elite of Parti and London with the most
natterla; 1 ucceas. Names of all purchasers will be
registered, and if entire satisfaction Is not iriven in
every instance, uie money win tc caeeriuuy re.
funded. Price by mail, sealed and post-paid. Jl. -Descriptive
circulars and testimonials mailed free.
Address Bl ilUKR, SI1ULTZ A CO., Cbemijt. P
O. Drawer Jl, Troy, S. Y., Sole Agsnta for the
e)et. 10. diwly
13 EAITV Anubur,
Silken CCHLS produ
dueed br the u f
SEIt LE CHEVECX.
une apolicatlon war
ranted to eurl the
most straight and stubborn hair of either sex Into
wavy ringlets or heavy massive curls. Has been
ued by the fashions ble? of Taris acd Londnn with
the most patilyinc results. Does no Injury to the
hair. Price by mail, sealed and post-paid, II. Des
criptive circulars mailed free. Address Bercer,
Skultx k Co- Chemists, P. O. Drawer 31, Troy, N-
1 ., a genu ur loc ldiuq suies.
TO BEAL'TIFV THE COMPLEXION,
Use "Shelta' Wliite Llanid Enamel." The "En
mel- wiU remove tie worst eases ot Tan, Freckles
Pimples, Moth ratch.es. or Sunburn, In from lour to
six aays. it wnitens the skin permanently, aad
Imparts a freshness and transparency to the com
plexion, which Is erfectly natural, and without In
rarr to the skin. No t jlfet is complete without It.
rnjt uy man, sealed ant post-paid, SOeents.
Addre-j C. F. SIIULTC, 2S5IUrer St
Oct. 10. diwlr.
LIFE, GROWTH AND BEAUTY.
Mm. S. A. Allen's World's
Hair Restorer and Dress
ing invigorate, strengthen
and lengthen the hair. They
act directly upon- the roots
of the hair, supplying re
quired nourishment, and
natural color and beauty
returns. Grey hair disap
pears, bald spots arc cov
ered, hair stojjs falling, and
luxuriant growth is the re
sult. Ladies and Children
will appreciate the delight
ful fragranco and rich,
glossy aiypearance impart
ed to the hair, and no fear
of soiling the skin, scalp, or
most elegant head-dress.
Sold by alt Drncciets.
Depot 198 & 200 Greenwich St. N. Y.
VA'OBR TAKE II,
KAXcrACTrxri ajtd cialxx is
Coffins and Burial Canes
TTT " 1 , '
LL ilzei ooristxntJr cn rinri Mr msM. A ?s
tVoTffi;,JreklI nds, tsam. Plate.
r4 SrSl sSS'S ZZIi&l
PP7 ' anj soar or aaw or slcht te
Aetna Insurance Company
Capital nud Surplus, 3,S00.000.
S.AR.S. WIRES, AgeaU
Home Insurance Company
OF NEW YORK.
Capital and Sutplii, $;,7.10,000.
S.A R.S. WIKS,A:ats.
(Irworporated In 1791. Oldest Company In Uie
Capital nud Stirplu., $1,800,000.
Perpetual Im. granted on flrit-elais buUdiass.
S. A R. S. WIRES, Agents.
OF NEW YORK.
Capital and Snrplu-, $1,300,000,
S. A R. 8. WIRES, Aeents.
.Metropolitan Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus, $1, 130.000,
This Co. returns I set profits to policy holders.
S. A R. S. WIRfcS, AirnU.
iVortli Western InsuranceCo
OF OSWEGO, N. Y.
Capital and Surplus, .'.50,000
Incorporated in IsSL
S. k R. 8. WIRES. AfenU.
Fiuenix Insurance Company
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
CapilHl and Surilu, $l,0Or,?'JO.
S. k R. S. WIRES, Agents.
Connecticut E-'irc Ins. CO.
OF HARTFORD. CONN.
Capital and Surplu-, $'.75,000,
B.1R.8. WIRE8, Asoat.
iVarrauaiisett V.Ax. ill.Ins.Co.
OF PROVIDENCE, R, I.
Capilal and Siirplo, JtM1,00O,
8. A R. 8 WI RES. A rants.
Lamar Fire luu'auce Co.
OF NEW YORK.
Capital mid Surplus, MOI.IDT.
8. A R. 8. WIRES. Aieote.
('ommerce Iusjiirauce Co.
OF ALBANY. X. Y.
CAR. WIRES, Areata.
iYiairara Fire Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL AND SCRl'LI'S tlJOIMIOil.
Tats Company insures detached farms aad vil
lage dwellings, tare j cars, rcr per cent.
S. A R. S. WIl:E8, Asants.
Lorillard Fire Insurance Co
OF NEW YORK.
AXIS M'RPLl'S. SI.3Ti!.O0).
Co. retorns i net proSU to poliey holders.
S. E. & VTIRES. Genrrml Anti.
Wcilofii Ia,'. Insurance Co
OF l'lTTSKIKID, MASS.
CATITAI. AXI) M'KI'l.l'S iSto.OOO.
S. A R. S. WIRES, General A test.
iYoi'fli American Fire In.Co
OF .NEW YORK.
CAIMTAI. AND .SLKI'LIS S7SO.OOO.
Fifty per cent of net
prof I reterr.d to policy i
S. A R. S. WIRES, Ueoeral AteoU.
A p plications for ajencies Sir tho three lastBUMd
Companies in Verm, nt. Westers New naeapeklre
ana oruem .ew 1 orx, uoaia ee ramie to w as
General A penis and A re DC j isaperiaUstaejsti for
said Cxaipames in said terriury.
Fire and Inland insurance taken la the shore
named first class Cornpaniea, to the anessat of
S.m. in oco risk
Pweilinr bouses and their contents and farm nro-
pertjr renerilly will be Insured fur one or a tetaa of
ears, allowing ue insurea to receive back earlr
three-fourths the profits at rates so kw ; to male
it an tMect to all barm: such property to ioiare,
to try these C-cmpioit.
Premium notesare not lejaired, ar.d the iaimred
incurs no naoiiiiy id Jr"5menk ; ID larco emjai as
sets ortnee lorapanies rurnish perfeet inderaalty
kvt all ivTrrs.
First-class farm and villare dwelllin; bouef,
with their contents, will he I Mured three ) ears far
half ei one percent, for the entire term. Lis i
noerauy aapis-.ea ami prcmpuypaid at thlsa;eny.
1. R.S.riP.CS, A:ents.
j.anlialtaii liiiu In. Co.
OF NEW VOKK.
'IHIIS Companv eomuienced Its operations In ISSO
-L ananas croeecnteda fseeesmil and reliable
business sines.Pulleies are mnfMl tn thM in nj
health both in the Joint stock and mutual plans of
wut.uLc, iiius tuuiuiu'n w iiio umie iee aaran
tafes cf either sistem at their oiition in in in.tl.
tution. The lowest rates of premiums aro chirred
that can be adopted and furnish requisite security
.vuvw.i,ica liN j I IUUJ LU 11.0 vCIHJEI)y.
ran company kat afrrajy paij ier Jl.iiVI.Hl) fr
va.c. ana oirr M -aMflvll Se feiey
NON-FORFEITING LIFE l'OI.lL'II-i,
Premiums may be paid sinsly r In Are or ten an
nual pajments, at option of the assured. Thle
DlanUoommendedtoUiepublieas it :ires tu the
Muiru uio mil T3iue ci aii me money paid and
belus coinpletee In early life, whilst the parties are
vlrorou! and hopeful, Sves entire exemption frera
cannot be too highly estimated.
IP.IUIIUWUIBU1K1U1U IW1 1 HI1 llie. U Mln,
.o.v ronrciTixa EXDotrMEST roLtciEs.
These are made payable at death or on attaJnin:
firen a-e. Premiums pavaMe ic ten annual pay-
luvimiKj iTCHmra uua loneiuoie wr one
tenth of amount insured for each nivmmt n.-tu.
lnsurinsia thisplin have all the advantages of
aMusiMu, us uiu payment. 01 premiums se
cures iwi ci(uiTaivui rams, payaoie on sne assurer
atUInln the given a;e or at death should it occur
sooner tfLote uie, snort term, endowment and
annuity policies issued In all their various and ao-
firorea lurms. rrmiei aocumenis ccntalnln: lull
nformatlon furnished without charira snl tent fr
Dy man. uoou local aenu wanted in every town
cu vucigcu uu reiikuia meu empioyea on lavor
able terms to travel for this con pane
S. k R. S. WIUES.
den. Agents SAseneySupt.s
for Vermont and countle. of Saratov, Washlnston,
Warren, Kssex, Clinton, Fraai.Ua and St. Lawrence
la New Vors Jaa 3dawlr
BOOTS AND MIOF.S.
PRICES MARIIEI) DOWflf
rpiIE SOBSCRIItER will close out, at reatly re
X du:et prices, bis lar.e stock cf
Lndles, .Misses, and CliildrcnN
FLNNfclLINKD IIALMORALS AND
Call Karly for Bartralni.
Jan. U, Ut.
1M Church Stret.
Krtri PARRELS POCDKETTE, w Tvzt OoaV
OUU kiperrbospliateof Lime, for sale by
Jan. 1 dawlra.I
CLOSING A LK.
rilUK EN-TIHE STOCK at the New Ycri Rstdiet
X store to be eioied out cn or Lefgre the first of
fall soon forbarsalns.
S. 8. BROWN,
Doc. 21. dti No. I Coatral Eloek.
I ffri.. I smSxolT ciHoaue 1 J . II
cIUll.1. I tiwiuiim'
. ' 1
STEWART'S PARLOR STOVE.
The best and most
Fcoiiouiical Stove ,Tlauufac
Co I d rcet O b v ia ted.
These that use Etewart's Parler stave do not com
plain of cold feet, damp or chilly rooms or frosty
Steirart-'s Farlor Store
is a perpetual lurner. The fire never gs-e ooL
The temperature of your rectus always uMer your
control, as Oris Is the most sensitive Herein use.
Nosie-ruomor nursery should be without bte
wart's Parlor Strne with even, so say our most
CJU. J.l SEE TUCit I.V OPEKJTIO.V.
at 0. S. BLODGLTT A CO.
ATI who prefer the
Base Burn i n S I ov
sbouM net fer-t tho
O IC I I-: .V T.I,
Tke Bioe. okeosMaast tettaMa oat
TbeireMta aad patMcasre tke
reaalt os- taste
Praclica I W o r I; i n s;
OasrtastJr 9 kaast.
OLIVU IJRANCII FOR WOOD A. CO.t
Strictly a Crt rluss Stove
IV O i U K K T T V. II
iM OP STICKS
MANCFACTCRKII COR.TIIB TRAOK,
II lodged sV 5eel-.s
(alvanic(l I'ortaMe Oven
of all si.
It I T T A .V I A
ti:.i 4 coma: iots
of every description.
Chamber Sets Azc.
V I V K II S A C A Is I,
C. Sj IILODCKTT A. CO.
S C A Is K
S C A Is K S
new ae.BOwIesIced to le INPtRIOrl TO NONE,
C,p. ULODUCTT1: CO.
SE V KN-TH I KT V USA N.
First A'ational Iiauk
has been deslaaUd aj depositary of 'the PuWIe
I'lnauci:il A?eut ot the Covcrnmrnt,
and has coraplet! arrangements fer the Asen.y o
I'Ol'UMIl 7 - a O O.I. V.
NOTES OF ALL DENOMINATIONS
kept constantly on hand
I--UK IM .MKDIATE I) K I. I V K If V
Sulicrifitior.s Received and Solicited,
BANKERS AND DEALERS
The .Mont Favorable Term, Aiin.,.i
Checks aDd Drafts on New York,
LtgalTtnitr .Vctet. .Yafigqal Bank .Volet
LgqalTexdes Firs nucor. Notm
with accrued Interest I and also
MUTILATED CORRE.JCT AT ITS VALUE
Will be received In payment.
C. A. SUMN ER, Cashier
BarUorton. Vt. , April . ISIS. dawtf
PLAIN SILVER SPOONS,
I IIAVE a new stock of plain, Upped and fancy , ,
ft, lespl spoons. ' gj)
J. JL. BIHNSMAID.
T.aat Crest chance for Hoot Agent: f
A Tour of its Rattle-Fields and Reused Cities -A
Journey throuib the ISesoUted itates t elnc a
description of the present state of the coun
try and condition of the people,
From personal observation and experience, duriu
months of Southern travel. By J. T. TROW
OKIIHJG, Author of Neighbor Jaekwood, Coo-Jo's
Cave, Contributor to the Atlantic Monthly, etc.
Tais tnlt le Sir vutl ieiAaiv, itilnuf ani tkrill
ia set Nib tuhjtcl H'r .' ' it m
S all atrhxf imtjKl ra prtmt
ALL CL.ISS.US OP AKKNTS WANTED.
A -dress, L.8TKBBI.Vi, lUrtfordCt
LADIES will fiud the ILLCSTR-VTED PHREKO
LOtilCAL JOURNAL f,r utt.st raterest
log. There are "8IONS OF CHARACTER" In
too taU. walk, voice, heir, eyes, ears, chin, nose.
Hps, teeth, bands, akin, handwiitinr, tllastrated
and explaine.1. It is ezaetlr adapted to tho SoeUl
rv , t i ... , win . i i, (in Iv
VHCIV,alMI Mlv umih. ... J 'J -fVQ
' ,vr-F , . nnm.p nr . ,Mr. AddreSJ TO" UWft
A WfcLLM, No. 3c9 Brjtdway, N. Y.
rmir tliri? IS ri f Itf-TlTTII A JOl'R
I vu'iii- inivsirii. cc LTC UK fcr
Subeeribe now. Terms Jl JO for the Jr
15 cents lor a sin:le number.
"It is an excellent wori."- PuUithtr, of tht
voouui Be in me aaavs m
'. wr""' "J-iffSCVlM r Health.-
I am moon piesweu im -
Georje 8. 11'nd.lur, a 5ee -
COURTalllP. and HARRIED
Net to Marry . Lite, and OWIke. optatJoi, .
Klght A?e to Marry . Mfrryliis Conalns : Jealon-
sr, its C-aaseaod lore ; "" .
rled aad M.el.1 with Pfcivk." Sp-T-Phvstolos-
an I Paycholofy. is the PH ..ESO LOGI
CAL JOCRNALfor lr6. ew volnmsbeslcs now.
Only lla year ,.., v v
lunbnns nebw, i.iwiup.j p .
-1ATALOCCE of LAMiENIIEIMS MAGIC LAN-
Views, all artisti.aUr exlored. embraciDE the prui-
eioal events ot the Ureal Rebellion. Socre Jluto
rv. Old aad New Testaments, the test prr-ductions
of the dutareat Schools of Art, (sens ot ilutn- roas
and Miscellaneous Pictures - Improved Lanurcs
aad Sterescopticoa Apparatus. Address.
W. LANGENUKUI. Philadelphia. P. O. lkx Lira.
G lEORGLi YELLOW PINK LNI) FOR SALE
r Four inilUoD acres, tn the prncipa! rivers.
Will yield ten thousand feettothe acre. Deeds rc
oorded, uiespold. title absolute:) perfect.
Apply to ROBKRT L. PELL, -ole Proprietor,
New York City. Also, Pellham Seedlint BernnJa
rotatoos, the eatliest known, and very choice Pint.
GOOls FARMS IN OHIOThose wish es tn buy
mod iaeprovod tanas cheap in Northern Ohi".
of anv sue. adapted for sheep, youag cut'e, or
dafrvlnr. oan rceeiro a catalogue describing etch
fam aad price b iaesosias stamp and ado renins
II. N. JIA.iunor l , neat urate a;cei, jeuersou,
Ashtabala Co.. O.
WK1TKR.V LANDS WAXTKU.
ILLINOIS, Iowa, ladiaaa, Ohio, Miehirio, W:s
eoaeia, Minaasnti. Miaaonri, aad other Western
lads wanted aad fcr sale.
A. N. LANCASTER, ! Wall Street, N. Y.
Inrenton who wish to take out Letters Patent
are advised to cunsel with Messrs, MITSN A CO..
editors ot the Scientific Amen can, who have pro
Mealed alabcs before the Patent Otaee for nearly
Twoatr Years. Their American acd European Pa
tent Aceacy la the most eltensiveln the world. A
rsrtrh- oowtainins; full laattuetaotu to invea
lora."wsant9atis. Address SOS iO.,No.3T
Park Row. New Yrrk.
GUIINOINK .MILLS J. Sadibaer's Paloat
r Victor Nonpareil. sclf-Saarperuac Mills, an
bound to supersede, as they do excel, au other Iron
Mills. Tmeraak hand tattle, aad Btillafor oaa.
two. (bar, and tea bone power. Also, Conical
French Burr Mills for sale by the Patentee.
J. bEDORHKKR. PaiaerrilU, Ohio.
Call or send fjr descrlptiT aandbiil.
oiiorci: w.iiERitr a. co..
aancrai-ri acas aab ma Lam tn
Walnut. brstuot, and l'aiatct
l'clrltreratom. Hurean-, Wardrobe". .Ve.
I aad 1 nlmes' Rlck. Hay market Square.
' II A K Kit. SMITH .t CO..
Patent Simplified Apparatus for
War iii tut? &; t'eiUilaliitsr
BY LOW PRE8SCRK STEAM,
.Vu. .'57 M'retr Street, - - - .Vic Yurk
Pamphlets on Warmth and Ventilation, and Es
timate ot Cost t Apparatus fanusbed on Applica
f OTS OF tiSOD THINGS. --See tho Pictorial
1 J Itouhle No. Phrenological Journal for Jaa.
Love, Courtship and Marriage, Choice of Pursuits.
A tsooft aleatory, aiin toe Moras, laieuoesaai. aats
Social Katara aafokted. Also How to
e-buactar." Onlv Ai ceats. or t2 rear.
FOWLER WELLS. Mo. 3b'-' Broadway, N. Y,
!!;! rharauhS Serpcats
IruCB B64J. wbea initad. prodoees a Ramlaej
j Berpent several Use. long. Boa ot tea Ej0
aialled to aay address for fifty cents, by S.C. CP-
jsajs. a aoata suaa-.n auoev. rnuaaeipata. iraoe
aappliect. Aceats waated.
MAKE VOCR OWN SOAP WITH B.T. BAB
BITTS Pure t'oaeeatrated Potash, or Ready
Soap Maker. Double the strong'! of common Pot
ash, aad superior to any Sapoatficr or lye ia the
market. Put up in cans of one, two, three, six, aad
twelve pounds, with directions ia FIbs;Hsb aad tier
maa. for mat ing Hard aad Soft Soap. Oaa poaad
will make fifteen gallons of Soft Soap. No uaao is
reuairod. Consumers will lad this the eheapatl
Potash ia market- B. T. BABBITT, H, 63, 66, a
7", r.'and 74 WaaaiactoaSt..N. Y.
II I! N It Y II It I 31 S ,
31 anofacturer of
IS 1 1,1.1.1 HI) T.l 15 JL U .V
With Patent Combination
Patent Pockets and all the latest improve menu.
Any qsmii' n- y mmi inamismy aaswwrea ey
HENRY II KIMS. -5 Kaakractea St..
Between Dover oad Cluaamaa St..
Jan. Ir wfm Boston.
Vl Hi A MONTH w.Ilbe paid foryount men to
V1U y j eneage In a new and hoaorable busineea.
Both local and trarelLng aceata waated. For cir
culars aad terms addrves
L. L. TODD A CO., 39 Nas-mu St.. New York.
CIIKVALIER'S L1FK FOR TUB HAIR
Will restore Gray Hair to its ongraaf cWer, strnytk
tnt aa. prtmain the growth of the weakest aair -,
stops iu fallin: oat ia throe days ; keep the head
clean, eool, and healthy ; can be oeod Irecly ; con
tains nothing injurious Tke Bnt JIMr Drrse ae
mtr tfmd t. it prmtte. It is remnamanded aad us
ed by the first medical authority. Sold at the drag
stores, aad at my oraoe. No. 1 1 zs Broadway. X. TT
I aaaare all per eons the above preparation will do
all that Is claimed for it:
SARAH A. CHEVALIER, M. D.
WEEKS A POTTER, 170 Waabiagloa St. Boston
Sole Aeents for New Enciand State.
Are 3n Lame, Crippled or Deformed!
OR bare yon, or yoar neighbors, a boy or child
lame with eoatraeted Umbo, or enread ln
ar crooked feel, or weak or paralysed limb, or
aBKles. or who ara entlrelw betnleee Ar .hn M
pbtleed to ereep. or p' walk wit cratches, or whose
irms are anor tassee), rr arookad, or draws ap, or
who walk ob the tcea, or whoa aakle roll over or
tarn inward, or who hare crooked knee front whits.
swelling, or serofabi. or who limp from hip diroeai
ttee' To save sach from a lite of misery, will you
aot write a letter. gUinc the prominent points of
the case, aad receive in return free of ebam a
areolar, which may he the means of serine them
If so, address. Dr. J. P. MAS, 'J3 West 41st St.,
vilks: rimsY iles!
ALL oatward applications are time thrown away.
raove the cause, via. Cr sUreneat. They are the
Onlv BerttSDMt flare e thm PIW .1, k.. XI.
or blind. For sale at No. I Tramont Temple, and
by alt drugSisti, jr will be sent by mail on eui-Io-sfnzfiOeenU.
J--S. IIARRiSOi. A CO., Proprietor.
r . . . -
Ladies slwuld use Oils dejgbtful Toilet article.
where. Depot 74 Fulton Strret, Now'tork.
F5rNERVni-s nKmrrt-r okoivit itph-
J Ae-' aaeraanbyooe who hat reall
cured hlr,s.f, -ad hundreds of others, and will
tell yoa nothing out tia truth. AddreM. with
"amp, EDWARD II. TRAVKR.
LtocK box, iioetoa, .laas.
THE A R 31 V SAL V K
lias cured Owusandi of cases of the
Worst Form or Scald Head
ta less fban iurej treets.
It has cured, and Isenrtns dally, all kinds of
That Lavo baffled the skill of tie best Physicians
J.lhas cured, an I Is curins dally, TIIOCSlNDi
OF CASES OF PILES, it will almt cure thim
la one nleht.
It takes only one ni:ht t cure
Chapped Bands, t uts, Bruises. Eurns.fieild and
oommon sorts of all aind It costs only 13 eta.
,f.i y0"' c.) for tile eerririere.
PrteU"""l to ARJIY SALVE CO , K
Rashlnitca btroet. Boston, vin ..lt.TYi...
CCPI Irs KISi This Is a meat exquisite and In
toxleatln?t:erfiim rs n.. , .. .t,...
Uonofthe opposite sex to ardent admiration. I
am solo aent for this perfume. I will send oae
bottle to any address fir fifty cents. AJdress Lock
Box 553 Providence, R. I.
TIP-TOP" NTJjrnER. Tax PicroaiAL
OfV. n .i.
llh Portraits of the flood and Bad: Love-.
.. mi., IUU IKlllMXu. llMUp V VIUIUICU,
.. . t . . 1. . . r t . , , . .
it. rt i kin 1 1 r 1 rN.1.1.. m.ll.i...
ut rurroiu. cnouia oe reaa oj every unti-
.a-'ratrats . nrszK. PaaaoLccicji
ftr jAHJiay- nwready,!iOo. For the
100,000 WatcIio, Chain, Silver Am.
WORTH '. '.
To l . '! atose dollar eadi, wltlient rear-i
value, and not to be paM lor until you
know wkatyoB are to get-tOr-A
sru.YBio list or akticlss,
IU) Gold Ilaatins: cased Watebes, ir
luo CoM Watebea.
a Ladiesf OaU Watobes, 1
(U0 Ladles' and Cent's Silver Wtlchos.
Itm RotdMbc Castors, iSMitoi
3lio Priakins; cups, 7ou to , .
20CIO Oval aad Cbased Gold Braeolets, 5 1 i to i .
3000 Vest, Nock, and Oaard tbadsts, 3 1 to
.Hlrs Ladloa' California Diaowad Rinjs3 u, - .
80uo Macto Sprlnic and Snap loo eta. t on to :
loumGcCl Pens with Silver Mounted
Holders, - '' to
1 ii -j iold Pens with Silver Exteasaoo
Cases, 4 iv to
ooo Sets Lad.es' Jewelry, 500 to 1 -
jOiw Tea, Daert aad Table Sp- ou,
per dozen. 12 ort to
vol Dessert and Table Forks, p doa 14 01) to . '
44Mi Butter Knives. per pear- sin to . . .
anoo apkin Klnsa, per pair s . u I
3I0UO other articles Itotoiv..
ertiCeatea of all tho various articles, stat ne
what each one cam bais. are first put into enve.
lopee, t sealed up and miie-i . aad when ordere-i.
aro taken oat without rezarl :o choice and seat
maU thus civins all a fsur chanoe. On receipt
Use Certinoalo, oa will see what yoaeoa have. .
thoa It i at your option to send one dollar and u,.
tha article or Bot.
Oae of these envel. e. will be seat by mail r. r'
eoiptof23eeaU; five orji . eleven 6rJJ th;rt
Ibr 5 ; siity-Sve for n. . ..ne h aad red lor 1S.
HiESTA wanted ever ..ere. Sireatinduceiuec'
to Ladles and (ients to act as such. Fail n' -send
for Circular, which eives special terra", f.
list, and oartiCulars. Addre, J, 11. W1SSLOU ,
( o.. No. -JUr Uroadway. New York.
STAMMERING and ST17TTER1N6 permaaer- .
cured by BATa's Patist Arruaxrrs T' .,
received a Medal at the last London Ei!.. n
For Pamphlet and Drawinpi defcribinj t
address It. C. L. Mai as, -77 West !
Yor-, Rox. ,"7f".
DR. STRICKLAND'S MELIISLrUS CnHiU
BALSAM i wairar.te.1 t.. -uro "'usl.. Co.!,
ii'ar.-ene. Asthma. VS h' ; r:' . uh. b rt thr at
t on-uroptlort, an'l a 1 Tho . y i . t - f tvie Tlir a
ar -t Lun".
For le by Iru'i"-''. ''"- '. r ' tt.
eieo. C.eio Uw. a C . i:a:. wrdtrtet, 1" -.
Sole A.'ents f. r New Ki.l.n. :.
Pr. STI'ICKLANU'S PILE REMEl'V !.a cu'
thousands of the worst cages -f F!.:nd ani flee :
Piles. It aires immediate relief ar.d effe-ts a i
manentcure. Try it directiy. 1: .s warrant :
For sale by all Prrir."t cents per tt
tieo. C. SJordraia Co.. X Hanover street. Po-t
Sole AxeaU far New Ea gland.
a wprb coi.ii:
TltEKJfOSt ETBK UOWS
a depeee below aero, bat nothing compare' 1 1 ,
KNOCK UOWX OF PRICES OF
G L 0
T H 1 N G
I ao offer my entire stock of
C L 0 T H I N G !
AM Ceatta f'aranhisttr (;xal,
OVEat COATS AT S3 PER CT. BELOW
to make roam ear my
s p k i rv ii S T )
CALL SOON TO SRCI RIJ H.UKal.W
Doat torget the phtee
StroaaTa Building. Collage St, aad Church sir .
-PpeaU IM National Bank.
BarUagton. i :
.v o o .vj: jst v n t :
Hat Use l'ssMfe at lartre are to be benefit,
We have this day
ill A It K U 19
5) O W .
our eotire Stock of 6oods raaaiatias: of every vax.e
ty aad style of
Ready Jtlade Clthint
all cfoor ewa auanafactare. ae oae bow can plea:
tmibUlly as a eaaaa far aot haTiaga new end e. c
fortable saitof eletaae at greatly reduced price,
NO. SiiJ BANK BLOCK.
yoa allkaotr the plao.
CULVER Jl TTRK.
VBR.3IONTCKNTR.lI. ANI STLLt VA
Commencing Jem. 1, 1360.
tsata SMusa iom ass east.
Leava Btirliaeean mi t on s se i .-w, a w
iuwI.M " "
Trait eaves St. Albans, at 6.15 A. M.. - r
naetiBg at W. it River Junction aad Bellow fx -with
trains fo r Boston, WorcesWr. 8prinseld a :
..T y' 4rr J" t New York at 10.4$ P. M aM
with trains on Passasipaic R. R.
Dar Exirata Issm . .
St Johns at lo A.M., tariBuetoB, Ao., enanectinie a:
IBurlin gtoi with Rutland Road for Troy and V
York. atriTing la Bostoa via Lowell at io P. 51
"ves essil.rui ureh at 1 1 30 A M .
MoEtrealAl', P.M..Ronae'. P,ont -. lP W c, i.k. .
at4.4o P. M., amvins at Boston at -to A. M., c n
aaebeg at Bellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad I- r
Buaaoaana noreaster and
naiiroaa lor Spr.nOeld, Ac, and arriving 'c .New
i wrs at 1-4.JU r M.
TBA1KS Solas aOBTB A.1 D WEST.
Leave BorliaetAn mt 4 isi 4 v - i j !
P. M., .3 P. M. aBCt.. tt P. M.
DaV RsBfWM iMnu K. .., M .1. r. ,w.)l . t .,1 i
M. SOT Burlinctun. St. Alhuis. UuatnaL nrri-in-
at Moatraal af JD P. M.
Mail Traia lea res Bostoa at 7.ini A. M. via Lowell
via Lawreaee aad Fitchbu.-c at 7.30 A. M.. Sariae-
Geldat7.4.A. M. for Buriiagtoa. aad St. Aibans.
Aocommodatioa Train leaves NorthBeld at s ij
A.M.. BarlioEto- at ! 3 A. M. for St. Albans.
Moatrealaad Roosas' Po.nt.
Miht aprew leatos ut. - tit lo-i) r. a.
reseiving paesrager? i: verm ax aiiey k a.
lea vina Sew Yora, at I -'. I ". P. M , ard Iroa Chhire
R. R. leaviri); Boston at . i " P. M . connecting at
White River Jurction w.ih t:j n leaving Bostoa at
5 iM P. M., Sr Burnnrf.n. Rouse's Putat. Montreal
aad Ogdensborg, with uraad Tran trains for the
Sleepin; cars are atuche.1 to both the N ight eti-p-oas
trains ranning tweaa St. Albans and
: jston, and St. Albans ami Springfield.
Tbrtugh rickets tn Chicago and the ftcst for
sale at the Principal ;tatu-ns.
Tseaeisto Detroft JL'hleao anaall points Ces.
sold by II. N. DliCRV, Agent. No. 2 AaMrieaa Ho
tel Burlington, Vt Raroge cheeked through .
T. MERRILL. Sept.
St. Albaaa. Jan. I . ISeM.
RLTLANO AND UU RLINCTO.V ILK.
WINTER ARRANG EME.NT.
CoraasaxselBt; Dee. I, lags, trains will run u tU
sowi! . . LaAraiFBU.'raro.v:
SJW A. ii .MAIL TRAIN for Boetoa, Loa.U, Wor
cester. Fttehborgh. Brattlboro,Sprin!ald,Hart
rerd. New Haven, Troy, Albany and Kew York .
arrive la Troy at P. JJ. few York IO.J5 r. -Boston
7. 30 P II.
Tkr.ua. I. Bssrea snttewt caaaee eCars
I J r x. . EXPRESS TRAIN for Troy, Albany Sew
York ni site West ; arrtre at Troy S M r. -.
New York A. sr., by Iludaon River iUitroo-l
Sleeping Cars or Uudson River Steamers.
Tlraaea Tree issSaaaS kanm. .f Cart.
10 0 r. ., NIOHT EXPRESS.with Meepin- Car, tor
Tiew ore aad Boston. Arrive ia Troy at .. a.
m. ; New York 10JU a . v. ; Boston S.40 a. v.
Tknmjk CoTnj an4 Bttlon triU.ut eAanee Cft-
iVom tit Soulk end fait Trains srrus at arir
5.30 r. it., MAIL TRAIN fiom Boston, Lowell, Via
eesto.-.iiprinsfleld, Hartford, New liaven.
Leaves Boston 7 3) a. v.
7.40 A. sr., NIU IIT EXPRES TR..IN,wlth Sleepins
Cars, from ew York aad Boston. Leaves New
York at 5 s. ., Boston 5.30 r. .
'-. EXPRESS TRAIN fron. Rutland, New
York and Troy.
TICKETS sold Tor Saratoga, Tror, Albany. New
orkJ Bchenectadr ml all principal points on the
New ork Central and Western Railroads, aad ia-
fonnatlon irfv- by
J. W. CARPENTER.
Nv I, American Hotel Block.
rtase checked' thrauga.
rrare always at lew as by any oiler as.
UEO.-A. J1KRR1LL, S-p-t