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THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL- G 18GG.
An interesting revival is in progress in the
Prcsbjtcriau society in Champlain, N. Y.
Bisbop Ilopktcs. of Vermont, confirmed a '
large cUes ol candidates of the Congregation i
of SL Jolin'd CUnrcb, in Washington, last i
Sunday orceins March 2d. j
Rev. Moses Marston has resigned the j
charge of the Universalist Society at Wood- j
stock, in order to accept a call to Potsdam,
About thirty conversions among the stu
dents if Yale College are reported.
At 0 weg.i, New York, one hundred lap
tiMiis in thr Baptist Church are rcjiurted,
and at Franklin. X. Y, there hate licon
over one hundred conversion!.
There is much jutt appreciation of char
acter, and or the situation in (Aingrei", in
the lolliwing article from Harper's Weekly:
Aaunj: the livin; ttatretntn of this co-in-try
there i none who commands prufoundiT
popular cnfiJ nee tlian William Pitt Fes
tttidcn. Senator Irom Mime. ALcilute' in
tegrity , a certain antique erierity of char
acter inal ig him soine'time impatient and
almost petulant in opposition to rhetoric and
sentiuM iiUliiy, great sagacity, catholic cum
prelim-ion. rtrict fidelity to the fundamen
tal prmriph s of the Government, and a sin
gular!) ei nr and concise oratory, arc quali
ties el-iti arc aiiarcnt to every man wlio
watch a Lis career. No man euriatiCd him
in thai j.K estimate of uracticaliility which
is tlx iirt of ttatoMDiiifhip. The duty of a
Iegi;Utr is to know what i- possible und to
do it. It is to make six or eight, if yuu can
not sc- re ten. It ii to take the half loaf
rather than to lo-e the whole.
In ti e Senate dclwUn, Mr. Fcw-enJen is
alwnjs conspicuous for an incisive good
N.iife, which is the rarest as it is the inott
excel enl quality ol a Senator. In opposi
tion I c is alwayi reasonable, speaking to the
merits of the special ca-c, and not planting
lnni'elf nponahstractioiis. Quick todefend
und explain the prerogative of the body in
which ho sits, he neither traduces nor defies
his- opponent". His aifioeacy of measures
is mote effective hceause it is not rancorous
in rhetotic nor dUcureive in argument, but
firm, prudent, and pointed. There is no
man in Coi'grecs wlioec judgment is truer,
whose discretion is more aluilute, or whose
convicti n is tir.ccrer If there were any
conspicuous and distinctive leader in the
Senate tic would be the man ; and that.with
his jieeu liar powers tie id not confessedly the
leader, is due rather t temperament than to
any other cause.
Unqui-s-tionably Mr. Fessenden represents
the tuueiit comujon senso of the Union party
in this country. He knows that thcdifficul
tirs of the situation arc to bo surmounted
not by vituperation and crimination, not by
petty jealousies or lofty moral indignation,
but by tranquil firmness and honest argu
ment. He does not propose an ideal recon
struction; which is sure to bo baffled by
events, nor an unreasoning and blind sub
mission to chances which are calculable. Dif
fering un some points with the President,
he docs not accuse his sin-crity ; and con
vinced that certain conditions of reorgani
zation are indispensable, he neither exasper
ates nor fl ittcrs the late rebel population.
Had the action of Congress in both Houses
been m-pired by such a spirit much of the
gravity ol the situation would have been
avoided. Sounder health, a more cheerful
temperament, and greater ambition and self
esteem would have made Senator Fcssenden
a more conspicuous chief, but they could not
make him a moro useful legislator.
A total contrast to Senator Fcssenden is
Mr. I'haddeus Stcvcns.wbo has been permit
ted by the House ol Representatives to take
the tosition of a leader. Mr. Stevens lias no
single quality of a statesman, except strong
conviction and fidelity to principle, lie is
strictly a reuolutionary leader ; reckless, un
sparing, vehement, vindictive, loud lor the
rights of conquerors, intolerant of opposi
tion, and as absolutely iucapablo of fine dis
crimination and generous judgment as a lo
comotive of singing. 01 a pleasant humor
and personal kindliness, be is n 1 more fitted
for the task ol reconstruction which devol
ves upon Congress than a jovial blacksmith
to repair a watch, or a "butcher to take up
hidden arteries and sundered veins in the
very re-gion of the heart." Yet a Congress
which is undoubtedly enc of the ablest that
was ever assembled has quietly allowed it
ecir to be almost a puppet in the bands of
such a man and at such a time. The conse
quence is that Mr. Stevens's crude and rash
talk is supposed to be the voice of Congress.
A legislator who undertakes to regulate the
price of gold by law, is the tacitly acknowl
edged chic! ol a body of practical business
men. A rcprcscntivc who sneers at the press
is a permitted leader in a party created and
triumph .nt by free discussion.
The evident mischief of allowing Mr. Ste
vens to lie the exponent of the House is, that
bis words aud ways are naturally supposed
by the jtople ol the late rebel States to in
dicate the disposition of the dominant party
of the country. Those people at once con
ceive that vindictive or unreasonable hostili
ty is the mainspring ol the Union policy.
Ihey instinctively resist. Seeing the Presi
dent and Mr. Stevens at issue, tbey strenu
ously support the President. That supjiort
again puis the President in a lalsc position
of whit h he and all honest men an iully
conscious, and l.c naturally does not feel
pleasantly toward the agencies which tiav
placed him there. Wc insist that Mr. John
son has reason to be hurt and indignant
when he is represented as the iriend and ally
of red-handed rebels. Has he given no proof
or fidelity to tue UoTcrnment liecausc be
holds views of reorganisation which mar ap
pear to be very hazardous to the welfare of
the Unicin, is he therefore to be accused of
treachery? Because the President expresses
his opinion, is he io be charged with usur
pation .' let Mr. Stevens makes tec charge
and tlic House is silent.
It is one ol the marvels of time that no
man known as a radical has vindicated the
party and the country agamtt Mr. Stevens.
Hie orioMtion ol gentlemen like .Mr. liny
nioud and Mr. Davis of this State does not
avail. In public estimation they stand
where "the King's friends" stood in the
early ein a of George Third. Yet nothtn:
more certain than that the calm good sense
of the great Linion party lias strongly con
demned the views and policy of Mr. Stevens
His own instinct assured Inm ol it in au
vance, and he said so in the first speech be
made during the session, wbcn he declared
that he spoke lor himself alone. It is as
true now as it was then. Tho work of re
organization i blended of firmness and
lorbeaptncc, ol prudence mid conciliation, of
la i tli n ml tatienec; and those arc words
'-i!i an- Lot l-iiml in lite- dictionary of
1 I 0(1. l.S i'.LWIls
I UlTTkMlEN Countv Court. The procut
t. mi it iiio County Court, which opened . n
Tuesday last, will attract unusual attention
Iroiu the unusual (act that two murder casts
are set lor tiial. These arc the oaso of the
State vs. Charles H Potter and John Ward
alias Jtromc Iaigiir, (or tho murder ol
Mts. nphraim Griewold, in Willlston. in
Septeiii' er l-st, und State vs. William Faulk
ner, fur ilic murder ol Michael Conly, on
the nil.t ol the fust of August.
1'piIvMy ih crime everexcited the interest
in ti.V Comity that was aroused by the mur
der ol Mrs. Gnswold and the trial, from the
mvstcrv which has hung around the case
and from .'II the circumstances, will be
v.ntchid with intense interest.
The CoiiUtel are States Attornoy Exclesbt
and E. 11. llARO.'Esq., for the State ; for the
respondents Hon. Daniel Rocebts, E J.
Piielps, Ilcsar B-1LLAED.
In the Fuulkner case, Wit. h. Saxtr, Esq.,
will assist the States Attorney, and J.
rEi.sai, Esq.. and II. Baixakd, Esq., will
conduct the defence.
Smuggled PEoroiTV. Irspcctor Geo. B.
Ieham seized last week, in Wilhfton, four
sleighs valued nt $220, which St is stated
were smuggled out some time since by Chas.
II. Potter, Irom Canada,
Aetna Insurance Company
Capital nnil Surplus, $t,'J0U.O00.
a. 4 R. 8- KIKES, Asenti,
Home Insurance Company
OF XEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus, $(,730,000.
S. It. S WIllES, Agent.
Th cl n s Co of iVorl h A merica
(Incorporated 1T9I. Oldest Company in the
Capital and .Surplus, S 1,800.000.
Tcrpctual Ins. granted on first-elats luildinzs
S.1R.S WIRES, AsenU.
OF NEW YORK.
Capital ami Surplus, $1,200,000,
S.AR.S. WIRES, Astnls.
Mietropolitan Insurance Co.
OF AEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus, $1,01 1.148
TLij Co. rttnnu i net proSU to polKj hoUers.
S. 4 It. b. WIUKS, A-enL.
OF OSWEGO. X Y
Capital nnil Surplus, $250,000
Iccirp&ratcd In ISM.
Pluciii Insurance Company
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Capital and Surplus, $l,O0G,?90.
S. R. S. WI RES, Ajenti.
IVarrajjansctt V.& 31. Ins. Co.
OF PROVIDENCE, R, I.
Capital and Surplus, 000,000,
b". A. R. S. VT1RES, Agents.
li.-tuiar Fire Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
Cnpltal mid Surplus, 107.33S.
S. 4 R. S. WIRES, Asents.
Commerce Insurance Co.
OF ALBANY, N. Y.
CA 1'IT.V 1 AXD SU RI-L.US, $191,103
8. 4 R. 6. WIRES, Ajents.
iYiaara Fire Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL, AND SURPLUS 1,300,000.
This Company Insures detached (arms and Til
lage dwellings, three J cars, rcr i per cent.
S.4R.S. WIRES, Agents.
Xiorillard Fire Insurance Co
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, S1,10',G81.
This Co. returns ! net proSts to poller holders.
S. K. S. WIRES, (ienen.1 AzcnU.
Western Hlass. Insurance Co
OF PITTSFIEID, MASS.
CAPITAL AXD SURPLUS $273,000,
S. 4 R. S. WIRES, General Agents.
IVordi American Fire Ins. Co
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL AXD SURPLUS S750.0O0.
Fiftrperctntornct profiu returned to poller
S. & R.S. WIRES, General AgenU.
Applications for agencies for the three laftnamed
Companies In Vermont. Western New Hampshire
and Northern New York, ihould be made to us u
General Agents and Agency Superintendents for
biu mujpamcs la Ella lerruwry.
Fire and Inland insurance Lalen In thn KTrfirn
named Crst class Companies, to tLe amount of
4vinm in rn. tt
Dwelling houses and their eontentcand farm nm.
perty generally will be Insured for one or a term of
yea", auowins lueinmred toreceire back yearlr
lujLc-iuuuui uio uiuuu m raiei to low ai ( mate
it an object to all harlng fnch property to Insure,
to try these Companies.
Premium noteiare not rannirf-d. and tlinlriviinMl
iaenn se- liability to ai:umenti the large auh aj.
sets afthue CoinpaaiM farnlih perfnet lndcmaity
l'lis!-clas 1'arm and Village direlllu
Willi their Contents
IXSVRKl) THREE TEARS FOR IULF Or O.Vi;
res curios the extire term.
Lortu liberally adjoinod and promptly paid at this
" S i.X.t.VlS.11, Aarata.
ITlanhaltan Iiile Ins. Co
OF NEW YORcC
'PHIS Compivnr commenced its operations In ItCO
J. and has proecutd a mceessfal and reliable
businen sincs.Pnlicies are granted to those in tonnd
health both on the Joint stock and mutual plans of
.ufuiouLc, uiiu aiiuiuiu lu UJC iuuiic lue aqTan-
tagej cfeither system at their ontionlnone In.tl.
tution. The lowest rates of premiums are charged
uibuu ua auopcea ana lurn'sn requeue security
to the rared and perpetuity to the company.
Tkit amynnr lot alrtaiy ptU trtr $l,0O),Uor
' Jltr J3JJ.0OJ in rfu-iJciUf Id p!ic
ON-FORFEITING LIFE POLICIES.
Premiums may be paid singly or in fire or ten an
nual payments, at option of the assured. This
Ulan is commended to the public as it glrcs to the
a&nred the lall Talue cf all the money paid and
llng completee in early life, whilst the parties are
Tigorout and hopeful, sires entire exemption from
pa) ments or anxieties In advanced life, its ralae
cannot be too highly estimated.
.VO.V EORFEtTIXa EXDOIfilEXT POLICIES.
These ate made payable at death or on attaining a
giten age. Premiums parable In ten annual pay
ments. The policy becomes nonforfeitable for one
tenth of amount Insured for each payment, parties
Insuring in this plan hare all the adrantagesof
a sarins Bank, as the iiavment t.t nrminm
cares Its eijairaient Talus, payable on the assurer
attuning the giTen age cr at death should It occur
sooner n hole life, short term, endowment and
annuity policies Issued In all their various and an
prored forms. Printed documents containing full
information furnished without charge and sent free
111- T--.il ftrA InMl.Hnla v..ljl. . .
and energetic and reliable men employed on favor
able terms to travel for this eovjpany.
a. k. a. wiKEa.
Gen. Agents If Agency Sapt.s
fur Vermont and counties of Saratoga, Washington
Warren, Essex, Clinton, Franklin and St. Lawrence
n New York jan 3dawlr
UJVJO EMI T ,1 K E It ,
IASCrACTt7KES AXD DEALXX IS
Collins and Burial
In Wood and Metal, of every style. i
ALL sitae constantly oa hand or made to order
la any required style.
Currn TaneifllTM of all kinds. Name Plata.
Shrouds, Cravats, Collars and everything required
eoastaatly oa hand aad famished at shert notice.
I can farsisk CeHas at aay heir ef the night, it
required, as 1 alawy la the aasBi billdlac.
nwBRAta Afencizi, wrtw lialaii.
Apply at an boar of day e airht to
IIOTET X. CO.'S
Illustrated Guide to the Flower and Ve
getable Garden, for 18G0, Is now ready,
Containing a complete description of more than
200 varieties or Flower and Vegetable Seeds, with
practical directions for their culture. Illustrated
with CO enerrarinvs and a enlored Plate. Mailed
free to all applicants on the receipt of 23 cents.
liuv r. k c iu.,
S3 North Market street. Bottom
inn nnn LARGE and wH-rooted RU3
4UU.UUU 8ELIS GREAT PROLIFIC and
FRENCjI-s seedling strawberry plants
Rnssell'j medium to late (Pestellate, at fl.OJ per
hundred. French's very earlr(Uerm)at"Oe. per
IMlrered at James Slip, City of N. V., without
additional charge. Sent br mail and pottage paid,
M cents per hundred, extra.
North Ilempste&d, Long Island, N. V. .t
ADIRONDAC GRAPE XURSERV AXD
Wholesale and retail. We can fnrnlsh superior
Vines in large iuantUles to the trade, of the follow
ing: Adirondac, Allen's Hybrid, Concord, CreVel
lng, Cuiahoga, DeUware, Diana, Hartfml Prolific,
Iona, Isrsella, 3Iaxatawny. Miles, Northern Mus
cadine, Rebcrca, Rogers' Hybrids, Sherman, and
Union Village. Also the best Foreign Varieties,
carefullv packed and forwarded by Express or by
Mail, prepaid, tend for Descriptive and Priced
Catalogue. 3,uio Delaware lasers, from bearing
vines. I01IN W. BAILEY 4 CO.,
Feb. I,ltt. Plattsburgb. N V.
AMES PLOW COMPANY,
(6u oessors to NOURSE, MASON 4- CO.,)
Over Quinci Market, BOSTON,
Maoufactsrers fcf, Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Of every vailetr. Eagle Plows, Prouty 4- Mear'i
Centre Draft Plows, Mowing Machines, Wheel
Horse Rakes, Horse Pitchforks, Hoes,
Rakes, Fuiks, Shovels, bpades, etc. etc.
Gai Jen, Grass, I'leld aud I'luwcr Seeds.
Cue's Super-Phosphate of Lime, and other Fertil
isers. Orders by Mail or Express will receive prompt and
Inventors who wish to take out Letters Patent
are advised to counsel with Messrs. MUNN it CO..
editors ol the Scientific American, who have pro
secuted claims before the Patent OlUee for nearly
Twentr Years. Their Ameilcan and European Pa
tent Agency is the most extenstvolnthe world. A
pamphlet, containing fall instructions to inven
tors, is tent gratis. Address MUNN A 0.,No.37
Park Row, .New Yerk.
THE WORKING FARMER,
Vol. Is, 1 066, a Monthly, of 21 quarto pages, an
earnest adroeite of agricultural improvement, is
offered at the low price of oxk dollar a year, in
advance. It will contain many interesting items,
given by no ither journal of its class, including
Washington's Letters on Agriculture, with one in
fie simile of Lis handwriting ; " Farm Maps, and
Accounts and Ploughing," by S. Edwards Todd,
author of "The Young Farmer's Manual a finely
iliuftrated treatise on the Pear, by P. T ejulnn,
Sup't of the celebrate: farm or the late Professor
Mapes ; an original and ingenious article on Flower
Gardening, by IgnazA. Pilat and I. Pa ne Lowe.
As, however, actual examination is the only test
on which Judicious readers will rely, we will fur
ward specimen copies on the receipt ol postage.
Address W. L. ALLISON A CO., 124 and 126 Nassau
street. New York.
TO GIVE a 35 WIIEELER A WILSON MACHINE,
which sews all kinds of fabrics. lor procuring sixrr
paving subscribers to Hall's Jotbxal or Health,
for 166. $1.50 a year. No. 2 West Forty-third
street, near Fifth Avenue. Specimen numbers, 10
J. O. JOYCE'S
DOUBLE ACTION FORCE rCMP, lor Wells. Cis
terns, Railroad Stations, Factories, and Vessels,
has no equal for power, ease of workmanship, and
durability, has a powerful air-chamber, and will
throw water SutTr iter, ArrEBKAisisaitontofa
sixty foot iee,andxETEBCAsi raEEZE. It is the most
successful deep well pump on this continent, and
the on; one that trill do what It is advertised to do,
and is fast growing into public favor. See well to
your interests by investigating the merits of this
Pump, or 3'ou may have to say, as others have,
" Had I known of this Pump before I bought mine.
I should certainly have had It." Call and see it,
or send for Circular containing all particulars. No,
30 Exchange street, corner of Dock Square, Boston.
Mass. HENRY D. RICE, Wholesale and Retail
Agent for New England. Agents Wanted.
T II E II O W E
Unrivalled for manufacturing cloth or leather
Also, the new DROP FEED MACHINES, with the
latest improvements for Family Sewing aud light
manufacturing ; the most sivple, rjeaABLs, and
xztective In use.
PUMMER A WILDER,
General N. E. Agents, 59 Broomfield St., Boston.
Court Square, Boston. Kept on the European
Plan. Board by the day or week.
ROOMS FROM l.eiO TO J2AIP1CR DAY.
HULL A FISHER, Proprietors.
THAT NOBLE ANIMAL, THE HORSE
riLL be the better every way, If Ted occasion
1 1 ally a spoonlull of
Allien' Condition Powders.
They will cure most of the diseases to which hor
ses are natiie, increase uie appeuie ana spiriu. auu
with repe?Laoie grooming, gir.- a ongm, siow.
tm,innra to the hair. Thev are the result of ac
tual and long continued experiment, are prepared
witu Uie utmost care, irem me very oesi oi inne
Hal. and fmaranteed vastlr sutierlor to anvthlal
known. Many Vermont gentlemen, owners of fine
horses, buy tnem oy me aozen, ana give mem tree
v As a eonseonence. their horses are alwavs il
good condition and spirits, and remarkable for their
smoom SQining coals, rur sate uj iueiuimis iw
where. I..I-DI Tl llKa ; sun, at. Albans,
v Ttrnnrlstors i Deinas Barnes a-Co.. New York,
John F. Henry k C., Waterbnry, VU, wholesale
- TAKK YOUR OWN SOAP WITH B.T. BAB-
LVI BITTS Pure Concentrated Potash, or Ready
Soap Maker. Double the strength cf common Tot.
ash, and superior to any Saponlfier or lye la the
market. Put up in caas ofoae, two, three, six, and
ineifa pouous, wua ukkuiu 111
roan, for raabiaL' Hard and 8rt Soar). Onenouad
will make irtaea gallons ol Soft Soap. No lime Is
required. Csaiumers will find this the cheapest
rousbln raarkaL K. T. PA B BUT, n,
&, (1, 70, u and 7 Kasmagua St.. a. r.
LA DIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, CLEAR
Indies should use this de.Ightful Toilet article.
It has no equal tor Preserving and t autlfj leg the
Complexion and SVIn. bold by Druggists every
wnere. uepo. t ruuon sjtreei. now irora.
, SO CENT SAMPLE
OEST FREE, with terms for any one to clear 23
a uay in j nours umc. Aaoress
LA MONTE, RKYMOND A CO.,
29 Broad ray,N. Y.
GEO. I. ROWELL k CO:.
23 CONGRESS STREET, BOSTON.
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Particular attention paid to all orders for Bos to
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, IT uses, to appear ea aa.u in 100 News
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dltlonaL Twelve uses lor 1100. There are Jour
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Special terms for large advertisements and tho.
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j SEXDroKACorr criHELiiT.
CEO. P. HOWELL & CO.,
NO. 23 CONG RESS STREFT,
B.VI ' V.U I M
wVcip Goods : .Vcip Goods !
w. ii. uonnitTs
Begs to announce to the Goods buying public that
Just Arrived from Market
A'Eir SToeir or jill jri.vns
wmcn nc will sell ai
P R I c i: S IiO W I! It
Than they have been otTuted in this mtrket far the
last three years. Please give us a call and examine
goods and get posted up on prices. We are selling
I'RINTS from t o to 20 cents, and COTTON as low
as 1 5 cents. Everything else in proportion.
SPRING STYLE NO. I DEL 1 1 XES a 3 ets
Remember the place 142 Church St., C. E, Wr
man's old stand.
WM. II. ROBERTS.
March 21. I SCO
furs: furs:: furs::i
We are now offering our
Ladies' mid Cents' Furs !
together with a'large assortment f
, BUFFALO AXD FANCY ROBES :
AT COS T !
CALL EARLY AND SECURE ORKAT BARGAINS
At 6UATTUCK BI10TI1ERS.
r, .. .. No. I,Unlu1Uk.
Burlington, Vt, Feb. 3fl. 1806. dtf
W A X T E II :
1 UiIOA nisOOIi
CUSTOMERS THAT WB CAN 8EIX
! Ioz. Ralmora! Skirt
TO. AT THE LOW PRICB OF
S3.00 EACH !
GIVE US A CALL
83JITH A PLATT.
Jan. to. I SMC
GRAY'S PATEXT .MOLDED,
E .V A M E L E I) M 0 1. 1) K ) a A' )
CO I. Jy.f .V.
A 1 rt can sopply the trade with the above Collars
I I at Manufacturers pikes.
Merchants wDI do well to call andaxaraioe thean
CULVER ir TURK'S,
Mar. ir.-dtf Not 213 Bank Block.
SPRING DEI. 1 INKS.
American A: IviiuMisli i'rhiis
SHEETINGS anil SHI ItTI.VGS,
O O 1' S K ! it T S
C O It S E T S
opened this day at
March 7. IsCt.
lu; It BESTS'.
x e w g o hum.
HAVING Just returned from market, and hiving
replenished nearly every department of lay
stock, I am nrepared tn show
a handsome assort-
meat or nearly all kinds of
s j: v g o o it s.
I would call especial attention to my assortment
AND BKO.VN COTfOXS.
1'rints and Ginghams,
wiiiti; GOO its,
SCO II AS
PI.A1X AXD CHECKED CAMBRICS,
STRIPED, CHECKED AXD PI.JIX XAIXSOOKS,
CRIMPED AXD PLAIX DIMITY,
VICTORIA AXD BISHOPS LAWXS.
BRILUAXTS, BIRDS EYF. LIXEX. tt.
Thread Store Goods,
Such as Knitting Cottons, Spool Cotton, of the
mo?i ucsirauic maaes, jiaeamo otlfes
and Threads. Pins, Needles,
Tapes, Ac. Ac.
... . No. IX Church Street,
SPRING STY LI
HE NEW, ELEGANT AND FASHIONABLE
ALSO, NEW STYLE OF
O O !R S E T S
The best artlsle ever shown In this city.
LADIES, YOU ARB INVITED TO CALL AND
EXAMINE THEM at
Corner 8 tore.
Teh. 13. dawtf.
TrT- MVELL-STWO STOnT BRICK BOUSE,
. with earden, fruit trees, Ac., rood bara
Ac., on Short 8treet, eppeiite EevTMr.ord"
ii - . v.4. naiii sr.
aa.atr 0. 0. BRNIDJCT.
hoop skirts: hoop skirts:
Hoop Skirt Maim factory,
Have jut returned from New York with new itvlej,
and respectfully solicit your attention to tkesa. Call
and see the
NEW PATENT J0IXTTA1J.SKIRT,
the greatest tblsg ever ottered teUMpwhlS".
J O I X T E D SKIRT,
New Woven Sliver Wire Hoops.
which for beauty, strescth aad dorabilHr. eaaaot
Prices Shall Suit Every
Burlington. Vt., Fob. . ISM.
. .-TO WELL
NEW SPRING GOODS
SII.I IJ'X.V, SIXeKS,
Dress, Goods, I)e Laincs.
P JIT NTS. CO'JTONS,
t A It l'l!TS ANl Oil. CLOTHS.
" ItUH HSVK,"
April i. 18GG.
VOUIVG K1JOTHEKS& CO.
HAND AND MACHINE MADL
WORST EJ3 GOODS,
SMALL WARES, I RIMMLSGS,
inrrroNs, xd corsets,
SO.t S2 Devonshire Street,
It O S T O X
E. II. I'LOl'll.
31 ATCI1MAK J : H
.1 E A Eli LER,
I r, I rill'RCII STREET,
I I AS IN STOCK, boaaht since tl o .icrliso I
Aaaswieass. Btuluh and Swiss, m all stt lesol Hont
tag aad Open Caeea. Hold aad silver, embraelag
flossra very cnoice jsiamonu -ei, smameieo ana
CHAINS AND t'IIAKM!.
A LAReiK VARIETY OF Cl'NNINli DKSPiNS.
Now. eJeaat, niejue styles of Setts, Half Setts,
Bleoehee. Bw-Riuga, Sleere buttons. Scarf Pins,
Sejala, Fine Stone Doablets, Ruby, taionle 1, liar-
see, rewi, Atneiaest, ugtne l orne-l. nam, r.na
tu.W ftMli.l iii,m.. Dl. ! : . I . , U I . ...k
ees, taoia ana uonu tueeve catch-oiM, C
Mad to order at short a tice.
SOLID SII.VKIl (;Ol)llS,
Rieh aad serviceable. (Of our own mate.;
P LATH D W A R K .
A coaaplato stock of the finest quality rf Table
(loodi, aad article of utility and artistic beaut)
I'iuc Marble and ( alcndnr Clark.
Alto a treat variety of cheaper time pieces, Spec
tacle aaa sywciasse, iuever aiau oi Dow aal
foeaaof Slae. Gold Pens and Pencus, Vina Tabs
aad Poekad Cutlery, Baiors, bclf.orj, slican. Fans,
ixaa, orgaa, vase.
Hdkf. aad Glov Eoxe. PorUmoaaat, le.
are abl to oAer superior Indtaeeateaf to
paxeaasen. a one tti-k la the taatt and a. 4 In
falectlen aad qaalltr ia Oils Tteiaity, foalstrasr of
rtHkaew sjooxta, boajbt aad t be sold at very lew
Wat eh wirk will, a nsoai. rsralve oar us ransaal
R. B. FLOYD,
SI; n ol the BiR Kacle.
MMIKuridetjlxTied have io-t reeeivedaiall
X aeot of RaroLviaa Pistols of ovary dwlranl
patterns nd CaBtantaBS to St. All of waljsi vRl be
sold a lew a 1 1 loweai, and very aaaea lewar
than they are eaerallv sold In this crsy by ether
nope. HrL'noafAiL, a- uiuukiatu
St.L IS No. 1 Bank Bloek.
PLAIN SILVER SPOOXS.
I HAVE a aew stock ef plain, tipped and Qusey
J- seyses oi aoiia niver sdoods.
Jan.i.l8M. J. E. BRJN8MAID.
R, Cake. Butter. Fruit and Pickle Knlvea.
Kerry, I Ureaes aad Secar Bpooaa, rsagar
blfters, JIateh, Saaff and Tol-aeco Boxes, Spoea
a Foils at
J. B. BRINSMAID-S.
Old stand ChareaSt.
I ""'ID nmtrtmimt rf ffiiVai or. im i nf.
a. nmmm K&tt, warraatea in Ml saootlnf-rsa
in the laarlceu Kept eonatanUv a haad at Ho. I.
Dank Bloek, by
dRINSMAH) i. UILDRHTH.
loolts and .Sla.ionfrfi.
NI5W HO U ICS.
T isV, 'i!fLT.X J",T- Trowbridge author ef
J JSNeiehbor Jack wood. Ac.
"at. Marlins bummer," by Anne U. H. Brewster
"Geological Ktuiies," bjr L Aasais.
"Unto This Last." by John Uoskin.
"Letters of Life," by Mrs. L. H. Sirnoniey.
!;T.ht."rsh,,?'a" WTtX hr Hr. Whitehead.
"Haifa million of money," by Miss Kd wards.
"Maawell DrewHt," a novel by r. 0. Traflbrd
"St. Martini i Eve." by Mr.. HeWy Woo?
" Kroken to Harness." by Bdnaad flat.
"Cherry and Violet,'' a Uie of th Great Plasraa
Vim .m-P" f " Xo,l N,,, ,f "tloa." by
William A. Wheeler.
"Literature in Letters," Illustrated ia the eor
reupondenee of Eminent Persons, edit d by James
1 t,utwiuw l 1.- iJ.
For sale by
C. O. FRENCH A CO.
"Tales, RomanoM and Extravagant, by Tho-
uva is rej.
"Eccentric Personates," by W. Rami, D D
"Social Life of the Chinese," by Justus Doollttla.
"Little Foxes." by Mrs. II.' B.toeV uoomMe
"Tho Old Manor lfonse ." from tk Humi ... -ir
line. ' 1
"The Master Mechanic." - " u
'Marr Bruce or Thn Tm llh.... n r ...
Rellrfous Tract Society London. ' .oo
--iieiiy s iiopcs orxrujt In Gol"
"3Icrcv Gleddon'a Wnrtr TTII..IU1. i. .
Phelpa ' ' " ' """
jessie uower -, or Mrs. SebaQer'j School."
For rale by e. A. FULLER.
THE CHILDREN ARE ALL SINGING
,IJ?,C1,t,":'oSo-'"!, eontalned In the "Merry
. . " v"u" iitu nun i-onniar
the path of its predecessor, ' The Golden Wreath."
of which no less than a Quarter of a 31llHon Copies
have been printed. Price CO cents. Sent port-raid
CHURCH CHOIRS ARC SATISFIED
That the best book for their uso Is "Tun IIaep or
JraiH." by L.O. Emerson. Choirs the i.;fZr
of being "verv hard to please," have acknowlediiS I
Prlce$IJ3prcopy,iaadoien. ,ti '
... . , r ' uu "o5 me reputation
of linr "rerv bant Ia ,!.. i, i.. . , ,vw"
the "Harp ofJndah"
Price I J3 per copy,
NO PIANIST WILL FAIL TO ADMIT
That of the hundreds of Bookt of Instruction In
Pianoforte JIuslc published, acaaapj n,!2
JlETUOD. UkeS the lead and ...m. J...I..V V!
keep It. Twentr Ave thonur.d mni.. .eV....i
ton's Method are told every year. Price $3.75. Hold
OLIVER DITSON A CO..
Publishers. Bortos. '
Atlantie Monthly far April.
Sorkiv's Masazine "
Lady's Friend "
Oar You; Felk "
Beadlrt Menthly " .,.,..
For le by E. A. t CLLER.
W1NTBB A RUA N Q EM BST.
Commencing Jan. 1, 1300
rSUl.l 0O!G SOUTH ABO SAM.
Lean BarUsEton at 7.00 A. M.. 12.30 1'. M., and
Mall Trad eaves St. Albans, at 6.15 A. M.,oon
neetiacat W. IteRlver JuMtlooaad Bellows Falls
with trains fo r Boston, Worcester, Sprineld and
Nw York, arr vins; at New York at 10.43 P. M.and
with trains oa rSueumptle R. R.
Day Bl press lea res Montreal at SM A. M.,
81 Je-ha at 10A.M.. fi r Boton, Ac, ooaaetdln; at
BwUaztoi with Rutland Road for Troy and New
York, avrrivias In Boston via Lowell at 10.30 P. M.
NUht Eanreat leaves Oasiensburirh at 1I.3SA. M.,
Moatreal 3. h P.M., Rouse's Point SM P.M.,SL J ohns
at 4.40 P. M., arrirlasr at Boston at aw A.M., oon
nectvnsat Ballow Falls with Cheshire Railroad (br
Boston and Worcester and with Vermont alley
Railroad for 8prlncleld, Ac, and arrlviar; In New
York at 12.30 P . M.
TEAM SOUS XOtVTH ASI WEST.
Lea.e BarlinstoB at 4.00 A. M., a.li A. 31., 4.20
P. M., J0 P.M. arxW.OOP. M.
Day Elpres 1-MV Boston via r.weU at aoo A
H. lor Bur Una ton, St. Albans, Montreal, arririog
it Montreal at 9 Ju P. M.
Mail Train leave Boston at :.on A. M.via LoweU
The Lawreno and Fltehburs at T JO A. 31., Sarins
field at 7.43 A. M. for Burlington, and St. Albans.
Accommodation Train leave NorthHeld at 6.13
A.M.. Barilnxtor. at 1.13 A. M. for St. Albans,
Montreal and Rouse' Point.
Nbrht Kxprees leaves BeUows Falls at KUU P. M.
rreeirin" passengers from Varmont Valley R R.
leavlnrKewYort, at 1.15 P.31., and from Ubhlr
R. R. ieavina Boston at S.I3 P. 31., eonneetina; at
White River Junction with train lea vim; Boston at
5.i P. 31., tor Barlinston, Ronse's Point, Moatreal
and U- lenshnrg, with tirand Trunk trains tor th
Sleepiog ears are attached tw both the Niiit rtr-p-es
trains nanaini; between St. Albans arsd
ixU n, an-t St. Albans aad Springfield.
Thn-Uih rieketato Chicago and the West ibr
s ile at the Principal stations.
Tickets to Detroit, Chicago and all points Wt
aalu by 11. N. DUCRY, Aaent, No. -J Amssrioao Ho
tel Burlington, Vt Barrage cheek edthroufh.
U MERRILL, Sap't,
St. All-ana Jan. I. I.
RCTLAXD AXD BURLINGTON R R.
Fci-. 3, 1366,traina w.i: r,. . t- .
8.3i A. M .MAIL TRAIN (br B.aU.:i, t.-n.-i. H'. r
easier. Fitehbur--h. BrattIeHro,Spr u . 1 .11 ir
fiird. New Haven, Troy, Albany an-1 N rt
JTiv la Troy at 4.r. P. M.;New V-i-k m r. si
Taraaaai EmTm mra( caay . r,-i
IJOr sr.. EXPRESS TRAIN forTr-j , AUsen Ne
Yorfc and the Wi-j-t ; arrive at Tn.v - ..- r.
KcwYork ( .. a., by Iln n River Rvllroa-'
81eplna;Cara or Hudson Rtvtr Steamers.
Tkrmteh to Trnm vtraar rlanf nf Cor.
10 0 r. M , NIGHT KX PRESS, w 11 sleepin-.- Car, for
New York and R.v.t..n. Am.,-. , Trui at 3 ii a
a. sffewVi-l I'l.'wa.M , B-. t i.-.n
Thrv jk tvT' ind (gaten mitk.r i in-y. f c-
PVeaa tie Saul an-l F nt 7Vwiiu or r 7rrtt.-
5.H1 p. a., MAIL TRAIN from Btn. I. -well, Wor
cost.. Sprinrfeld, Hartford, New Haven. Trv
and New York.
Leave Boston 7 Jn a. a.
:. A. a., NIiiHT KXPR8&S TRAIN, with alss-laa
Car, from New York and Boatoa. sVaaT New
York at 3 p. a.. Bostoa 3.:'. i p. m.
TICKETS sld (or Saratoga, Trov, Albaay. New
ork. gtheaeetady aad all priaeaDal polat oa the
ew York Central aad Weateta Railroads, and la-
tbrmation g)-r- by
J. W. CA RPKNTKR,
No. I, Amerieaa
ia Hotel Bloek.
ge eneeked taroagn
ar always a low a by aay other list.
s?ainfe and Snrdirart.
B R R I N I G S
Improved Jjinsccd Oil.
M'UK manufacturers of this artiel desire to eall
1 th atteatioa of dealers in PAINTS and OILS,
CAR and ARRIAflB BCILDERS, also CHAIR
MANVFACTVRRRS, to It
i:tacieacy.luraktllitr lleauty of I'laiali
whea ned in combiaatioc with any Paiat et Var
nish. The invcutor ul this Improvement, after soaay
years of study and experiment uMn the net ar and
Svpemes oi unseeu uu, nas sueceeaaa in rresuy
creasing thoe properties, which reader Linased
Oil the only true and efficient paint oil.
Buiiiii'k laraovxn LiefdOu. Is a Self-Drying
Oil, and readily unite with Whit Leads. Zincs,
ndany explored Pain ta, in same proportions as Raw
It is not affected by age or exposure, aad wiR
neither wah. crack nor seal off. and lira to any
Paint a Beautt or Finish and Durahllitv, tar ex
eaedlng that obtained by the ase of Raw Liaared
Lchiuli 31 eta I lie Taint.
EIGHTY PER CENT. METAL.
LEHIGH METALLIC PAINT ha rally nr.
its merits, aad given entire satlsfaetioa tar
mi rear, and ia aroaonBeed by the meat compe
tent nidge to be the
Hcst. BHMt Darable. aittl Cheaprt Fire
a 144 Water-Proof Paint,
ever broaght before the I'ablic
. IHRRLOW It HOLMES.
htaaaTMtaeit cd1 White Iad,llnos,eiosa aad OLU,
J02 FaltoB Street, Sew Tot.
For sile I y
PUa N. IOm
Atlantic White Lead
and Linseed Oil Co.,
of New York.
Manufacturers of PURE WHIT!
LEAD, Dr ind in Oil. RED LEAD.
LITHARGE, Glajs-maJtcrs Res)
Also, LINSEED OIL, Raw. feari
For ale by Dtwgpm c Uakit
ecTalrr, aad by
ROBERT COLGATE & Co.
7 Peari St. NEW YORK
O n 8MALL BOXES HON BY for Bale at
fvOO ,AR PODDRBTTE, M Tuas Oae's
o i ymi intufHif k ime, Mr sale hr
MOKED BEEPJait received at
I jRiTARED nORSB RADISH oeostantly ca
X hand and Ar tale by
CJolleg Street, - EurHagton, Vt.
infi D8UELS first rate peas, for sale low by
infi SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
OK "ARRELS DRIED APPLES for sale by
J. 8. PEIRCE & BON.
DRIED BEEF In line condition
t llARTa. No. I, Bank Block.
SMOKED HALII1CT. "
A fcW Puaa of Smoked Halibut for tale low.
a 1 11 ARTS, No. 4 Bank Block.
AC 00D assortment of Carriages for sale
at HARTS, No. I Bank
JI.rcl.S3.) No, I, bank Block.
DRAKE'S PATEXT AUTOMATIC
'Patented May Esh. 162)
Llshtlup "ill' Gns, Chnrches, Iletels,
rrivnte Dwellings, Workshops
Warranted to slve a superior light at one half
the expense of ordinary coal ga. . .. , tK.
We would call the attenUon of the public to the
merits ef this JIaehin. a seen hi oonstant opera
tional our salesroom, helievinsthat it need but
tobe understood to come into very general uje
with all who appreciate the value of a first ratejas
ILVhL which can 1 obtained at a cost not cveeed
tas tnTt if tS light obtained from Kerosene Oil.
vfnj-lnsenlous methods have len adopted for
ealbllrS ?tadividnal to manufacture their own (pu.
Th7, ni of ay of the method involve a Urn
wlU?. fcr the conVtruetK or the works and
wfc to contain them i a snt careand no
isS&rabte labor aad rperae on
them and keeplas them In repair. ti?'5h"
Auwnntle fias Machine la free from any ef the
ebj,..n. Call and "toDairrrx CO
23 College St.
HI.ODGETT 4, SWEET'S
P a tent a I v e n i z e d
Ior Iletels.siteaHiers, A 1'rirate 1'aasllle.
COOK WITH LI5SS VUKI. THAN"
ANY OTIIEIt OVKXIN USE.
It I a perfect Oven, doin- every thiagreiialred of
i w uw nwi sapenor mar-aer St will roast, at
tae same time, as man diHerent kinds of meat a
the oven can eon tain, and each piece will be ner
tectlv sweet and frnn fvnm Thn raa arlilnrftnm
the different varieties, as the gana are let off
through an escape pipe at the top. For Baking
areaa ana s-anry. wis erven is wiuoat a nval.
The material from which it ia saauzaetured being
a non-conductor ,Dd instructed with air-chajabera
mere is no natation or neat, aad a small quantity
of luel will keen it roin-for hoars No 3 aad 3
are epeeially adapted to the ase of Private Famil
ies, neing rurniabed with a ntaH Cae 5S.tv, by
wwim oi wnien bus use eoosac ror an eraiBary
imuj eaa oe ravuu wmi. ii is
iraadiii doa. It la
aaite cf Aawrteaa Oalvaalaad Iraa. wasah will
aaithar vast or ban oat, aad th Oven will hut
MAN CPACTCRKD BT
G. S. BLOUGliTT & CO.
Auo na.Lsa vt
S loves aud Trimmings,
FCIt-.VACE'S. It HOIST I3RS, RANOBS,
riumbt Ceads and f.as I ietarrs
COLLEGE ST., BVRLKYGTO.Y. VT.
liXCEaLSIOK I1IOP STICKS
Ya aVTea aaaa,w.neV. M a. . .
0.8. BLOIH3 KTT A- CO.
Are Without an Equal.
For aale by
fl. 3. BLODGKTT Ai CO..
.7d tai-'eJ wTr? nTr "STT.
aeatar bl eontraetlBg after this date.
Underhlll. March. l."1 FREXC'
TO REAUTIPV THE COMPLEXION,
U1J'S!tVU, WW" Liquid Eaarael." The "Ena
5J?ViTne.,i'woma,M01 Ta. I'reekle
Ptaplas, Moth Patches, or Sunburn, In from fear to
tlx days. It whiten the tkia permanently, and
imparUarrethaeMaad transparency to the ecm
pleifc. which i erteeUr natural, and without In
fary to the skin. No toilet is oompleto without R.
Prfco by mall, sealed and post-paid, Meccti.
n ... U-F- SUULT3,5Rlver 8t
Oct. 10. diwlv.
E. C. ItVKIt,
A R C H I T E C T ,
hu wilTriIit:tfln5LaBnoanee to eltlienj of
thb vicinity that he has opened an office on Church
fcit! "ly PPP01-- First National Bankwire
H JL1 to "'sate Dtatoss, Srncirtca
S"f VtI-ULSor,pabllc and Private Bulldt
i?;' 'L nvdes redstvle. Special attention
ihe Pat,nTr.(rI?'rin5S Specifications for
the Patent OlBee. Appl, as above, or address.
e, t .. .. Box 319. Bnrllnon, Vt
March If dlwawOm
riinEundersIneil desire to Inform the citizens of
JL Borllnitpnand vicinity, that they bavo this
day entered IntoaCT-partnershlpunder the m
Carpenters and Joiners
a in, its ZBAacuxs.
REPAIRING nml pittivi;.
done In a Uoroujt, srerlmaafae manner, and on
Onr l(m raitrlanu n li . ...
n,,.Ti i?: 7trr "'"nnon anu extetuive
;rimr.wiii;.;j o"' um tutacient suaranto
lU. itLiJL'"9h W? . W. thai
feet mirfaction to our' pa'troT""20 P" r
.,, , , FRANCIS OIL1I0ND
v.- ii p. Sy1! Lane, east of Chareh St.
Burllnttoa, Tt, March lit. 16C6.-dIm
I 1 PVO TT ri ..... .. . .. n
X ofiU grade and aualitiei, and prlcei cheap
44A.iui.v.ejr- 4-kmu.isju nous iioAni nn.
r-,uepeii. wau ana examine nerore pur-r .
haslag elsewhere. S.s. brown. ' I
S. S. BROWN.
R.ii--t,0'S'Ce5trlB1,k Church S
SnrUaitM, Tt htarth ss.
AX OLD BALLAB.
WITH AVORDS TOR THE THr,
What can peer mortals dad to care
Then Coughs and OeJd they oft end are
A remedy both safe aad sure.'
terra' Hals a. '
Vt hen mud and enow Ul every street.
And eartleM nrehtaa wet their feet ;
What atop their Coach with ear complete .
What euros BroaehiU i aye, aad store -,
Of Throat CoeapLirau, near half a score
That vex poor dweller ea lis'" she
Then Cruop lu boat of viettma (lay ;
That scourge of Childhood' early days -,
But there's e.v thlag its ravag stay.
atom' Balsa.: '
When ehokln: Asthma neks oar frame.
We get ne norp, east ojeewra aiaoae;
What eaa we take,
aaa acsuan regain '
Stornr Balsam '
And when were Hoars, aad Lang are s-.r-
What is It then that hero a more
Than all the drug in well ailed store !
Stem' BaLam '
(Vben Consumption to the stare draws near.
Its thoaMBd victims, rear by year ,
What ttay. iU march, -gA;.
C. F. 3T0tR8 CO., Proprietor", V
Forsaleby ROBrand A. C. SPEAR (
liagtes, VU, aad by DiBfiet generally.
CoLcaasm, lfarch 1
Da. Stonaa -. Deatriaa; to aeknowledir? in . ,
eerethankafor the great benefit my wife 1 . r
eeived from the aeeef your FulmoaarvBalviei. I
take the liberty of addressing jure. She ho
very severely afflicted with Asthma, at time -ferlng
verv much from distressed resti'rati n, it
which time I hare callcl the best Phi sician r
prescribe fur her, but without benefit. A frri
advised me to try a bottle of year Balsam, and I
am happy to say that bjr theaseel oa small btt
tie ah has entirely recovered.
With sincere gratitude, I remain, yours,
Josr 1. Uiji
Mar. IS dawlm
GRAY HAIR. '
"'l This is the k watriHi i thir Rmaat
f T!u ii th Cur that lay
, ; Sr1 In th. Ajwaxona that Rm?
T'.i- is the staawhe wis ball a!
! now ha raeen locks, t:,. y
II -.-d the Caretrut Uy
I. :') AaaauatA that Rin m-'
1' - is the jsalara, b-u ! ,m
Y .u married the- man cn.s- .'
Who now ha raven tack, ill- v
lie n-d the Axaaoau thit I.
This n the Parso,who, br the u
MarT.. ,1 the maiden, handaoru .
To tli nun once bald and irar.
Bat who now ha raven locks, l
Becaa.- he aed the Car that ' iv
la the Ajtaaoata, taat Eiiig iua
Ti-i, is the BeUthatrimrsawiv
Trt Bmna ,1s. B-a Mil .Jul -
' f mo this ract, which hfredor, .
Iff vsmM mot at mm or crro-t
IV lai.l.'JSIiuM t ii .. i..
rpiIEnndersigned hereby siveanotic that c . -Jl
given to bis son Sheridan K. Isham, h' Ir
dnnng th remainder of bis minority, ami that ..
will claim none ef his eartunsaad be tipi-n-: r i
none ef hi debts after this data.
WUlirtoa. March U! 1. w3.
ADAMS' MRU' PATKXf Siet'AH.tTOI;
ra NOW IN COMPLKTE OPRRATION at Messrs
Bonrertord eVWainwnieht's tirain Store. It takes
oat ail the
PEAS. BVCklTUEJT. TAKES. CAXADA THIS
TLES, WILD TLR.IIf.iriTCII CJUXS.f,
SOKMEL SEEDS, -
It is ertoally ssod on all other grain and Seed . ?nc!i
a Wheat, Rt e, Barlay, Beans, Flax. Clover anu
Timothy 8ed, aad all kinds if garden seeds. Far
mers who do wot wish to be sneered with weed'.
may onng in weir gram ana eei ani nave a.
the ohnextons pertloa takea oat. Th mill will )
in operation in town till seed time is uver, b te
The right on the above Hill ia new for tale f.r
the State of Vermont .please addrcaa, or visit a
pfraati, SANPORD ADAMS at the Boa aid House
la Baaiagtea of Barahata's Rotel in Mi ntpL
Mareh li. dawtf.
PLOKBNCE SEWIXG MACHINE,
ri'ook th highest premium, (Sold Medal for t'.
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,
at the FAIR OF THE AMERICAN INSTITCTK
IsU, has revcrs.ble teed ma-es four distinct u: i:
as, and doe the largest range of work, at
11. M.TUMILTON'8 Fancy Su re
Payn's Bluek, Charch Street, Buriinsttn Vt.
Mareh 21, ic dAwlm
.MANUFACTURERS OF PAPER AND rot'K
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
15 o o k s and StatiHcrr.
solicit oanxas roa
Ivory thing in their line and in
C iV S SI FOR K A C S.
February . IS. weSwsf.
SO.ME TOLKS CANT SLEEP MCIITS
Gaom, I r.iwiln ( T ii . .. . t ,i- --. .
A Potter, wholesale Drurist Boston, are now pre-
r - uivpiiau, musician", anu uje
trade, with the standard and invaluable remedy.
This article .u passes ail known preparations f r the
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wV Jl IZ ! o v s.vn S S !
It Is raoidlv sanereedinst all Dre Deration of
Opiara, and Valerian the well known result oi
which is to produce Constivenesa aad serious diffi
cultiesas it allay: Irritation, Keatleatneas and
Spasms, and induces regular action ol the bowel
aao secretive orgaas.
No preparation for Nervous Disease ever !d so
reft'tily or met with sach nuiversai approval. Fr
niasleepleesnes. Loss of Ener-j-, Peculiar Femaio
WeakaeaMs and IrTeznlaritie. and all the fearfoi
mental and bodily symptom- that follow -ntiic
train of nervous disease, Dcdd's Nervine i the I -t
remedv known to leiene. Sold bv ail lru- i.-c--.
II. B. STOKER A CO . Proprietor.
M John Street, New Vi-rk
November M. dsiwi-'m
CITY COFFEE HOI SE,
I'irat Door West of the Olel ltiepti-
Warm Meals a n d Col tl
Lunch at all Hours.
rpUIS RESTAURANT has been entirely reSttei
X and relurnished in the best sty lMind no pains 'r
monev has been spared to make it first claai .n ev
OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE-
COLD FOWL, TONGUE. PORK aad BEA.NS.
HAM and EC OS, TEA and COFFEE.
aad every thin: that the market ailord, and at a
LOW PRICES as the times will admit.
People from the country when la town will find
the COFFEE HOUSE a good and quiet place to get
a lunch at rrmAh t... Mil .I... ..n im nhlained
DINNERS and SUPPERS to order.
llavin? secured the serrtce. ef ism, exeellent cook
..-..vj-,i, iuu.-u.ivn ictt, ovno.uk u.
mg the public. .
E. it. Sli l tTO.
January 12. 1K. wtf
N". J. NICHOLS.
Architect and Practical Ralldcr.
Ogke at reildiiut, Etttx, Ft.
WUECR he may be consulted upon everything
relatin: to the erection of Knlldinm of ail
classes, from the foundation to the roof. lie Drafts
Plans and Drawinss. (with all necessarr calcula
tions, elevations, lections, Ac.) of Churches, Acade
mies, School Houses, Hotels. Dwellings, Ac. Al
Rams and out-houses generally eluding additive'
llarin; had considerable experience in the erec
tion cf Country Churches he thinks ho can -' 1
entire satisfaction (either a contractor or superin
tendent,) to all who may need his services in th-
branch of Architecture, and he would advue
"Building Committees" to consult him personally
orby letter before eontraetins with others. He also
Draft and Constructs Bridsesof aU kin.!sfroo
the simple and cheaper forms, to the heavier aaa
mors expensive. Addresi
Architect and Builder Essex, Vt.
Jan. I. w3m
SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE L.VDlt
STAMPED CHEMISE Y0KB3 and braid ror em
broidering lutt opjned at
K, UARLUVY 3