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THE BURLINGTON Vt. FREE PllKr-S, FRIDAY JIOE N I2STr,WLY G, 186G.
IX.CRF.CATI0.VAL STATE CDNTXNTI3X.
We condense tiioloibain;, ncunt of the
proceeding'! of this body from the correspon
dene; of the Rutland Herald :
Xewecet, Vt, Jane 21, 1SGC.
The General ConTenticn cf Congregational
ministers anil churches in Vermont bis ju;t
closed n three dai e scsiicn in this place.
The Convention opened with a sermon by Her
L. A. Brastow of St Johnsbnry, Rev. Geo. R.
Tyler, D. D.. cf BrattUboro, wis chosen Moder
ator, Her. A. AY. Wild of rrcensboro, Scribe,
and KeT F J Fairbanks of Westminster, Assis
tant Scribe. Numerous Committees were ap
pointed, tte most important of which, the Com
mittee of Overtures, consisted of Kev S M Kinp
ston, Joseph Chandler, and A Fleming, and
. Messrs Wm Sanborn and J G Slicson. There
were two elaborate discussions, and two essays
were read, one by Kev Silas Aiken. D D, on the
duties of the churches in regard to in fin t bap
tism; the other bv Rev Pliny II White, on the
Ecclesiastical History of Vermont.
The Vermont Domestic Missionary Society
LeW its anniversary on the second day of the
Convection. This" Society his employed forty
Missionaries to preach to thirtv-ciKut churches,
with which there are connected 1627 members,
S6TJ Sabbath School scbolars.and congregations
numbering more than 2,000. Nine of these
churches have received no ixMitio&e.but the oth
ers have made a net gain of 149 members. The
contributions to the treasury ot this Society
amount to 17,333, C3; all of which ha been
expended for missionary purposes, except $",
787. I' was voted to send gl.OOO of this to the
l'artnt Suciety, and employ the remainder in
opening new fields. The Society was addressed
by Rev Hay Palmer. J D, cf New York, and
Rev A 11 Clapp, Secretary of the Home Mission
ary Society. Officers were tlected as follows :
I'reesrtect, J W Hictofc. Est,., of Burlington.
Vice Presidents, Hon Wm C Kittrcdge, Hon
i; P Wallon, Wm Nh, Esq.
Corresponding Secretary, Rev Cbas S Smith,
of McntMlier, and as many lliioctois as there
The anniversary of the Vermont 1lueational
Society w9 held en the turns day. It appeared
that this Sjcieiy has suffered liv the neglect of
the ehurebcf. Only fifteen have contributed to
its funds and thai to the meacrre amount of
S21G,7o. It was determined to mike more vig
orous effuts in its behalf, and a resolution was
adopted, declaring the duty of the churches to
seek rut suitable candidates fcr the ministry,
and encourage them to prepare fcr the work.
The ilcm of the Society for the coming year
arc as follows :
President, lloo.Worthmgton C. Smith, of St.
Vice Presidents, Rev. lire. Harvey 1). Kitcbcll,
nnd .1. Torrey.
Secretary, llev. II Mix of Darlington.
Treasurer, J. S. Thurston, U-ej., of Montpclier,
and fourteen Directors.
The utfairs of the Vermont churches occupied
considerable time at various stages .of the meet
ing. A resolution, cenenring the imbliiher of
the Chronicle.and declaring that paper no longer
the organ of the Congregationalists ol Vermont,
was laid upon the table. It was then voted not to
appoint the usual Committee of Conference with
the editor of the Chronicle, and thus a divorce
betwcei the paper and the 1'onvcntkra was fairly
It appeared from the report of the Statistical
Secretary, that there are in Vermont one hun
dred and ninety-one Congregational churches,
with an aggregate membership cf 23,571. The
aggregate are-rate attendance on public worship
is 14J07. The ncmber of pastors is seventy
six, of whom twelve have been settled within a
year. l.'ght churches have acting pastors, and
thirty-file are destitute of preaching. The
churches in Cuttingsville and at Mt Holly have
become extinct, and those in Guilford, Jamaica,
Dover, Fairfax and Shelburn, are in not much
better case. Thirty-two churches have experi
enced revivals mere or less powerful; twenty
one cf which are en the East side of the moun
tain. St Albvns was selected at the next place of
holding the Convent ion. Iter E II Byington of
Windier, was elected to pi eat h tbc opening ser
mon, and Rev Henry M Grant of West Rutland,
was cLcsen substitute.
llistori, regarded as the greatest living
tragic actress', is coming to this country.
She plays iti Italian.
West Virginia, by a majuritr of tcven
tlKHiMnd.hnE i disfranchised all her rebel resi
dents. Every 1 1 i ty 1 ut t o voted for the
A canal driver a nested in Syracuse proves
to be a woman in male attire who eay si c
ouuld End do employment until the put cn
Eliae Howe kjs- Iw shall not apply Kr i n
extension of his sewing machine patent, ae
he ha? made a Willie n and n half dollars cn
it, and thinks that is cue ugh.
Tlic Em press Eugintc was forty on the 5th
of May, and she leinto fade. IUr lcars
at tbc approach of tl lentenitig wrinkles are
said to be terrible.
The Montreal j.rtpcit- speak of Col. Cemtri
the bead oftlie Fenian (Vtalry,aanillcri.i
mate son of Victor Emanuel, and tbc hus
band of a elaughter of Geo M. Sanders.
A Memphis minister thinks it i the duty
of the pulpit to pray for J- ff Davis. Tho
Memphis RivubHcan. retorts : Don't you do
it. Ytiu pray lor the Southern Confederacy,
and v.e mill know Ins late.
A re w iournal lias nixaicti in Paris tin-
de r tl e title of the CreMtr's Moniteur, in
vliicli willlc inscribed tl names of all per
sons, no matter what their station, eonvictrtl
of being what tradesmen call "bed ley-" It
was Ha r Ut Dy taiietrs.
Jkfotc Fitz John Potter left Colorado he
was as effectually played out there ae he
was in the army. It is stated among other
thing" that his accounts with the mining
comjunj of which he wc superintendent
were loond to be S.Ut!U "short."
'What a terrible sarcasm is embodied in
the announcement that the courtesans of
Paris, disgusted by the general adoption o
their gaudy habits in higher circles, have
resolved to suustitnte Mam anC nudes: ar
parcl.asthc distingnishtng badge of their
A new word hes titen coined in Paris
illustrating the political conduct ol Count
Von Uisinarck ; it is " liisniatiuer,'" a syn
onvm for "triclier," to cheat at cards-! Une
of our iscnators in Lcatacte has a similar
honor, for we read a few day age of an in
temperate fclh-w who was Hirectcd for " Mc-
jJougalmng in ttic streets.
The serif of ee-huol reader u.-ed in the
public schoolo ef YaeLington, being eo far
no aloiition pui-l-cmon mar, n contain? .nr.
Lincoln' speech at (Jetty sburgh. an cfliirt
is now making to throw it out and introduce
a render lj-e-jared for a Southern market,
with a earesfnl e.iuission ol all reference to
the recent war.
" Catltton," lias been ciphering a little to
ascertain whether the iininn lenders were
rigttt in oli-ul.etii ihat IOO.tXIO Irishmen
in Cut ml.: were- ready to akc up arms fur
' the i iuk.." XLc t:al jipUtion of the
Cat a! s in ir'l, !e finds, lie finds, ivas
2,507,(100. Ol t!tM-241,568 were of Irish
otiiin. He'ckemini! uc itisons to a laniily.
be has emlv 42.000 heaoV of families. De
duct ibex eiver 50 years of age, and only
.10.(100 remain. And a large portion ol
them arc hostile to Ftnianism
A Montreal despatch says the arrested Fe
nians will be tried on the broad charge of
levying war against Her Majesty.
A Toronto special says "they will lc tried
by court martial, under the foreign aggres
Tbc validity or Confederate obligations is
acknowledged by the Cmon Hank of Ten
nessee. Confederate debts arc paid in cur
rency in that State.
A burglar who tried to get into a house in
Philadelphia by letting himself down to a
window from the roof, one night last week,
got caught in a bight ol his rope, couldn't
release himself, and hung thctc several hours
till the police found him, and hauled him
One of most terrible tornadoes ever visit
ing Canada took place Monday night at the
village of Oil Springs. A large hotel wjs
blown down. Much damage was done to
the derricks and oil works. During the
tornado a boiler burst, killing one man and
injuring several others. At Iogcrsol, also,
much damage was done.
Tl ere are nineteen brides at Union Hall,
Saratora, and u corresiumdent, wlo speaks
ol their movement, says, " The fact is that
these nineteen couple arc too funny for'any- j
"The wonderfnl nraimis of Medical
cleni.e daring the put iix jrcari only
makes It possible fur the conscientious
Physician to declare, cow, that Consumus
Jon Is as certalnlr enred il iittmittent
IFtnr and as certainly prevented as
mail Pot.' t-vlet E.Kimj, M.l) LI. U. tte.
Uadefrtm the Prescription cf Rer. Cms. E. Krxc
H. ti-, u i-, c Is conadentlr pretented to the
pnttllc tVr the Prevention and Cure of
c o.rs u.ur ti o.v,
(IX ITS MOST XVTSt ED STACKS,)
fur tte fitdtcat Cure cf AsTnuA, Eboscditis, Ca
taheh, and allaffectlocjot the TnnoAT and Aib
lUssAGrfi ; for tlio Gentrai andrcia ifnmyf
tntmtut the ?tt.RrCS tYfcTtM j and for all Func
tion: OtturdtTM of tho 5 iotnack an t Uovrels.
IttmiMtitaitit incxc&H4tLe strength andrfffpi
tbc color cf the fdt blood. ltutdce the CAind
Fitrr; a&d dlmtntches the Expectoration It cAcclt
the ntgkt Mwtmt always ia frwu
day. The af;.tt a t Is at ence ini ijwatti and the
paucnt rafiliji swi'.rffit ; tho con; and the difficult
brraiktng are h edily relieved ; the sleep Lcwmes
calm and refrcfhlnxs the tttcuatiomi rryvtar and
uniform. All too general sjimptems disappear
with a really ustonishine rapidity.
Tho rrcseriptlon should he used in every case
where the I'b slcian conuaonly prescribes " 1 onies"
Iron, Adds, Hark, liaiclne, Jwd Liver OU,v7hUkcy,
Ac, and In ever' case, by whatever name known.
In whieh there is exhibited any one or more of the
SY.li PTO.llS :
lJ53ult or Irregalar Crenthlng, Los of Ereatb,
Ccuh, Wastios or Flesh, lUeedlngfroia the Lungs
Less ol Strength, Lose of Appctite,ueneral HcMUty
Msht Sweats, lying Pains thruugh the bhcuMers,
CLest. laee or Lambs, Servous litadache, errous
Priutratton, (Jiddined or IHzxiness, Kxeessivo Pale
ness, bore Thruat, Drowsiness, blecplessness, boat
btomich, lieart-burn, Oppression or binking of the
bturuacb, tcfure or alicr citing, Kemittent Fever,
ax ae. and oepeciall in all Female disorders or
Uterine Irregularities, each as lIWcuIt, I'in!ul,
sjapiiree'em. eeantf, Kxeestive, JKJaed, Prcuia
tme er too Freqcent 3lentruatton.
Statements from Vatlciits, &.c.
Vour Prescription saved rov dasghter'a life and
has saved mo hundreds of dollars." Her. K. licit.
i-aHLV, Hcrusen, re. Y.
' Wo bless Uod for the bentGt we have received
from jerar Prepared I'reterlptlon.' iter. 1. I'ta
euBixc, liluesia, l'enn,
verr ene to whom I hare recommended It has
benefitted much ty its ue Ilcr. C 1. Jo.xia,
Hae.ne, W it.
biL.cUoicrT AsioEPucf, N. V In tho early
fearlolFeiiruarv, f was snJerins from a no
eat euuh, lur which thud been treated during
six uwn hs preriuuly wiibout beneht. I hi a
.Viya.-suratsfthich completel' preMtiated me. In
Uie evening, hoarsencel would come on, which
would l'rete:nt ine from siicakin above a whiicr.
1 had men had two aitacis ot hemorrhage from the
lanes. Jlylimilv Pnnctan asaured me Uuil he
could do no Luorc for mv.vct 1 was growing rapidly
worse, and had been compelled to leal e business
for nearly two months. All my ty mptoms indicat d
unmutaiably, the presence cf Consumption. In
the tanning of 1-ebruary, ilt. Henry Fisher.
Trtatttrerof tkr Jmrricaii IfiAe Sci7f, presented
me with a bottle or the P&KrACcs I'UEscRirnox.
In a lew dais my apixtite, (which I had entirely
lost.) returned ; within a wee, ay coujh had al
moal left iLe ; and in less than two weeks, the
Xigu-iittatu were broken up. Thencclorward I
regained strength rapidiy and am now regularly
aiiendin to my duties as clerk to the American
Biblo Society. in whose employment 1 haro been
nine) ears, I am now enjoj ins good health. Tour
rreseripuon entcied a luie, wrnen my inends des
paired ol uiy recovery. TliUS. J. CUSUtiu.
"I have had crvous or Snasmodlc Asthma for
eleven ears, liuring the lat tux years 1 have
never had an uninterrupted nights rest- It ofiea
seemed to me that 1 would die before I conldget air
into my lunjis. 1 was hazard ani spiritless, and
euifered so gieatly from cnortnessof breath.' that
I was compelled to take frequent rests in walking
trim my residence to my place of business.
Ihe night before 1 obtained the Paeparko
."bem ainio-t,- was tne worst 1 ever pissed. On
obtaining the remedy, 1 took a Uospoonful at noon
and again at night, and slept all uUht, without
waking. I have not had a broken nu:nts rest since
I no lenger look hzz
gard,' have gained in strength and spirits, and am
not at all afflicted with 'shortness of breath.' I
suatl be :Uad to haican) one afflicted with Asthma
can and see me.
"KZKa C. LANGDON, Ko. 3M Fourth St. N. V,
The "FBEPARn l'aiscRirno.'i ' is nut up ina tl
bottle, and is told by Druisnet generally or order
ibay Le addressed to the bole Propr.etors, Obt'AR
ti. Mobhb A 10.. Ctrtlandt bireet. V. Con
sultation free, circulars, containin,; particulars of
nueu rates sueceeeiuiiy treaiea, wui oe sentiree vy
boid in Burlington by A. C. Si-far, II. U. At
watre. J. V, hoar, J. ti. Ualc
ItKLlEF IS TEN MINUTES.
filryais'.s Puliiiuiiic Walcr.H.
BTThc orizinal medicine established in M3T.
anu It rit article ol the kind over Introduced under
tne name ol "ruluunic Walers. in this or acv
olher oountri ; aet otner Pulmonic Wafers are conn
teneits. jne genuiuecan be known by the name
k ATe iiok staujoed on each Viafer.
Ihue V.ler havo been ttloro the public tot
nearly thiro years, and the immense sale attained
not only in America but in foreign countries, lully
atle?t tnclr intrinsic worth. The medical proper
ties are superior to any other article offered for the
cure of Puunonar) or ilroi chial affections, and the
quantity contained in each box is nearly donbie
iui vi iuc ouar wwziujeM umtauons advertised.
llrynii's I'ulmouic Waters.
cure Coughs, Cold, Sore Throat, Hoarseness,
A,thma. catarrh, lironchitis. XiirScuit Ilrcathin"
bpitting or JJlood. Pains in the Chest, Incpient
Lonscmption and alt diseases of the lungs. Not
only fiOotding temporary relief, but ehoctin'
lapid and Jaating cure i nd are warranted to give
aauelmction in every instance. They do not nau
seate like alcoholic com bounds . and the mcdielcal
proprietiea ar combined in a form so agreeable and
pleasant to tne taste, mat any child will readily
ic lueeu. uuquwn Mill ainaja aioru.
KEL1EF IN TEX MINUTE;.
To Vocalists and public Speakers, these Waters
are peculiarly vaiuaoie tney wuiin one Hay re
more the most severe occasional hoarsraeee ; and
their regular use lor a rew da s will, at times, in
crease the power and flexibility of the vowe. exeat
ly Improving its tune, compass and clearness, for
wrucn purpose tney are rcguiariy used ey miiy
bee that the word. "BRYAN." is stamoed on
each Wafer, and also observe the fac simile of the
signature or the proprietor "JOU UObnb." on
wrapper, to oounterleH which Is forjery 52T01
fenuing partie will be dealt vith to the lull ex
tent ot the law.
URrAS's Ptlhosii Wiitcs are-for sale b all
Job JlOSEb, Sole Proprietor, 27 CVrtlandt St N.V.
bold in Burlington by J. Vt. Jioer, A. C. bri-AR,
II. II. ATWAres, J. S. Gale.
Professor Van IStiKs
IlaviDg been used in the private practice of one of
tne most en.ir.cat musicians in uerraant, is now
offered to the people ot the Lnitcd btates When
the Jtcmedy has been subjected to a fair and iniel
ligenttn'jr. it will speedily take precedence of all
other Liver Remedies now in use. It is the tat ft
contribution of Medical Science to the treatment
ol that extensive.tro&bleecmc and dangerous series
oi uisuroers growing out oi
IJcrnngcmciit ol the Liter.
Few nersens are aware of the Debility and Sen-
cral Derangement of the whole system produced
bva Morbid or Unheal thr Action ol the Liver, and
)et, not one lvrscn in ten Is so fjilunate as not
to lueve sonered in soine way irom tnese jiorbid
Conditions. Health is of course dependent, in a
great measure, upon the Purity of the Blood, and
the Purity of the Ulood Is directly dependent upon
a Healthful Functional Action of the Liver.
The disease arising dlnetly or indirectly from
AOietions eifthe Liver can not. ofcourse, be enum
erated m a brief advertisement nor is suh an
(alt BAT GERMAN LIVER REMEDY
Strikes at the root of all Diseases which originito
In Dcrantexncnts of the Liver. Jaundice. Acute
or Chronic Affections of tho Liver, Dyspepsia, Sal-
low Countenance, hick Headache aie promptly
and radically cured by Prefesser Van iiuakirk'j
This medicine is nurelr Vegetable, and does not
ocntain eit&er jf .urrcury, Jteei, evsmSoJyr,
jcaJKMaay or an arasne crug.
bold by all Druggists. Price one dollar per bot
tle. Ark tor rrclcrsor VAX LCSkiRK s Great
eicrm4nLi,rIlemedy. and take no other One
dollar and arteen cents, either In stamps e r in cur.
rcnee , sent to nny Atiiertistd Agent, or to the
rropneiois, u.-iaii u. jiubts s cu., si cort
lan.tbtreet, ew York. will ensure a bottle of the
n.e .e ne oy return man, post-paid.
Asents lor ilurlingti n J. ft. Roar. J. &. Galz.
A. cm-cae, II. II. Araana.
X 1 fc SB cat lit St rcn zlh .
. i fcIEcatth St rcn slh .
c ileal tli Siren gth .
Uanlrens and ihousacds annnallvdie nrematnre
Iv. when, if lier wenla clre the Great Freneh
DR. JUAN DELAMARRE'S
CKLEnRATKU SPACIFIC TILLS.
Prepared bv CanasciEaE & Drrosr. So. 21 1, me.
Lombard, Paris, Irom the prescription or Dr. Joan
Delim'rre. Chief Physician to the Ilosnital ln
Nord ou Laritntiire, a fair trial, they wculd & d
imcediate relief, and, in a short tiree, he fulle- re
stored to Health and Mrenzth. It is n-ed in the
nraetice of many eminent French physicians, with
uniform success and highly recommended as the
only positive and Specific Remedy for all persons
suflerlngfrom General or Seinal Debility, all de
rangements of the Scrrous Forces, 3Ielancaoly,
Spermatorrhrea or Seminal Emissions, all Weak
nesses arising from Sexual Excesses or Youthful
Indiscretions, Lcssof Muscular Energy. Phi ileal
Prostrations. Nerrousneas, Weak Spine, Lowness
of Spirits, Dimness of Vision. Hysterics, Pains In
in the Back and Limbs, Impoteney, c.
Ho languags can convey an adequate Idea of the
Immediate and almost miraculous chanre It pro
duces In tho'debilltated and shattered system. In
fact. It stands nr. rivalled as an unfailing cure of
tne miladies aoore mentioned.
Saner no more, but use Tkt GrtaZ Frrne Rmtdw:
t. hi - i i, .11. r- a j e
le im enect a cure woud ji ouicii uu, i
tbonh a- novsrfnl remedr. contains nothing hurt
ful to the most delicate constitution.
Pamphlets, containing full particulars and di
rections for csing. lc English, French, Spanish and
German, accompany each hex, and are also sent to
any address bea requested.
Trice One Dollar per box i or six bcxes for Fire
ecld by all Drursists throughout" the world; or
will be sent bv mail, securely .rated from all ob
servation, by inclosing specified price, to aayn- ,
ProDrietors General Airenta tor America. OSCAR I
U. ZIOSES CO.,S7CortlandtEL,ew York.
Authorized Agents for BtrrUngtorrr-J. yf. Roar, I
C. S.Srxam, H. H.ATwaita, J,J.Oal. j
Aetna Insurance Company
Cnpltal mid Surplus. l,'J00.000
6.1RS. WHIRS, AgenU
ISoine !niu'ani'.c Cumtiany
OF NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus, 51,750,000.
Thel ns Co oi iort h A inerica
'incorporated 1T9I. Oldest Company In the
United States )
Cnpltal am! Surplus, I, $00,000.
Perpetual Ins. granted cn first-class buildings
S. A R. S. WIRtS, Agents.
OF NEW YORK.
Ciipilalaiul Surplus, $1,00,000,
S i Ik 8. WIRES. Agents.
.iclropoliiaii Inoiirance Co.
(IF iSEW YORK.
( npital and Mirplus $1,0 1 1,1 18
This Co. returns 1 net profits to policy holders.
S 4 R.o. WirtKS, Agents.
AorUi Wotern IiiMtranccCo
OF OSWEGO. N. Y.
Capital and Surplus, $M50,000
Incorporated In ISJ2.
S.IR.S. WIRES, AgenU.
IMtwiiix Insurance Company
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Capital and Surplus, $1,000,71)0.
S. t R. S. WIRES, Agents.
iVarraanctt F.efc JI.Iiis.Co.
OF PROVIDENCE, R, 1.
Cnpitnl and Surplus, $000,000,
S.iILS. WIRES, Agents.
Lamar Fire Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
Cnpltal and Surplus, $ 107,38.
S. A R. S. WIRES, Agents.
OF ALBANY. N. Y.
CAl'lTALAXI) SURPLUS, St 04, 103
S.4R.S. WIRES, Agents.
IViaara Fire Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL. AXI) SURPLUS 1, 300,000.
This Company insures detached farms and Til
lage dwellings, three j ears, for 1 per cent.
S.4R.8. WIRES, Agents.
Lorillard Fire Insurance Co
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL .1X11 SURPLUS, Sl.lOi.OSl
This Co. returns net profits to policy holders.
S. if U. S. WIRES, General Agents.
Springfield F. V HI. Ins. Co.
OF SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
CAPITAL AXD SURPLUS SUOO.OOO,
S. i R. S. WIRES, General Agents.
iYortli American Fire Ins. Co
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 1730.000.
Fitly per cent of net profits returned to policy
8. & R.S. WIRES, General Agents.
Applications for agencies for the three hut named
Companies In Veimont. Western New Hampshire
and Northern New York, should he made to us as
General Agents and Agency Superintendents for
said Companies in said territory.
Fire and Inland insurance taken In the abore
named first class Companies, to the amount of
f 2uO,(M), in one risk
Dwelling houses anl their contents and farm pro
perty ge nerally will be insured for one or a term of
jears, allowing the Insured to reeeire back j early
three-fourths the profits at rates so low as to make
it an object to all haying such property to Insure,
to try these Companies.
Premium nctesare net required, and the Insured
incurs no liability to assessments; the large cash as
sets of these Companies furnish i erfect Indemnity
for all loesses.
rirst-ela-s Unnu :iml Villni;e ilu'clling;
WITH THEIR COSTfcNTS
Ihsurtd Ihrtr yiartfor half of one prr cent, fur Ike
Losses liberally adjusted and promptly paU at th'l
S. .fc H S. WIRKS. Ascnts.
Manhattan Lite Ins. Co.
OF NEW YOKiC.
rpiIIS Company commenced Its operations in I9SO
jL and has prosecnteda successful and reliable
business sincs.Pollcies are granted to those in sound
health both on the Joint stock and mutual plans of
Insurance, thus affording to the public the adran
tages of either sistem at their option in one Insti
tution, The lowest rates of premiums are charged
that can be adopted and furnish requisite security
to the assured and perpetuity to thefompany.
T4l company ktu already pail over f l,0U3,0Ylj fo
lotaft fir jver i'JS',lil in 4n-iSend to potiry
XOX-KORFEITIXG LIFE POLICIES.
Premlumsmaybenaldsln-lyor In Ere or ten an
nual payments, at option of the assured. This
plan is commended to the nablle as It Hrea tnlh.
assured the lull ralue cf all the money paid and
being eompletee In early life, whilst the parties are
rigorous and hopeful, glees entire exemption from
naimentsoranxietiesln adyaneed life. Its yalne
cannot be too highly estimated.
.VO.T FORFEITING EyDOWMEXT POLICIES
These are made payable at death or on attaining a
giren age. Premiums payable In ten annual pay
ments. The policy becomes nonforfeitable for one
tenth of amount insured fur each raiment, parties
Insuring In this plan have all the advantages of
a savings Bank, as the payment of nreminms ae.
cures Its eqnlyalent value, payable m the assurer
attaining the given age or at death should It occur
sooner Whole life, short term, endowment and
annuity policies issued in all their various and ap
proves iormi. rnmea aocuments containing mil
formation furnished without charze and sent free
by mail. Good local agents wanted In every town
and energetic and reliable men eniploj ed on favor
able terms to travel for this cotipany.
8. R. S. W1UES.
uen. Agents 4 Agency Supt.s
for Vermont and counties of Saratoga, Washington,
Warren. Emex. Clinton. Franklin and St. Lawrence
n New York Jan 3dawly
V .YD Ell T.l K i: II,
UASUrACTTKZX AXD DUUX II
Collins and Burial Cas.es
In Wood and Metal, of every style.
ALL sites constantly on hand or mad to order
tn any required style.
Corns TaiMMltti of all kinds. Nama PIt.
Shrouds, Cravats, Collars and everything required
oonatantiv on hand and furnished at short notiea.
I can furnish Collins at any hour of th night, H
required, as 1 sleep In the tame building,
rex taa La arrusis, tm Haaasw.
Apply at any hear of day or night t
J. GRKJOt, Cell.
Burlington, starch 3, ISM.
WARM WKATIIKR CHOPS,
7wv s v.
LLAMA WOOL AND IiLlt AG II SIIAWI,
lie a v v JI a n 1 1 e S i I k s,
From 3,3(l to S3.00 pcrjard.
m it o.y k ;.v. sns .vt;
3-1 and S-l wide.
I'OPLINS and I'Ol'EJJNES,
.PLAIN and PII1NTKI) ALPACA3,
Parasols l- jii:i llmlirclias.
A superior stoek of
ir r e ; o o ns.
T II H Y V. O .M II.
Auollii-r Lilt til tlio-e; Clinirc
I'arasols c Sim Umbrellas
and the VERY LATEST In
11 OOP S K 1 R T S.
a Dei thiajr, Moeh' prettitr Una Colls ; also
Slain tied Fmliroidery
for Trimtag Sklrtf, a une thing very pretty a ad
OPENED THIS DAY AT
PA (IE 4 BUSTS.
The lni-se-.lStee tit
Varpcls and 'Oil Cloths,
BBST I'LACK TO l'UHCilASB IS THB CITY
kJUTR a PLATT8.
XO. t UXItlX III.OCU.
OPKN TIMS DAY PLAIN WIUTI5
OK G.l.YItiil .llfrsiji.YS,
dklicati: SIIADUS IX
olle.randrc Kids, etc.,
SUITABLE TO THE SEASON, AT
ISA Church Street
June 15 dawtf
II LACK SILK!-.
riECFSortboM beantJnil heavy silks, etery
purcbaser of Silks should not fail to ee them
at 1,1 ji.i.i a
A X O T II E R X E V SKIRT
JuM rcceivcil nt
LYJIAX'S, THIS MORNINf.',
The S i I v c r IS r a i
for durability, beauty and elegance it Is pronounced
The Skirt ot the Season.
Ladies, please call and see them at the
May 17, dawtf
it i: s s i o o ip s
A Fine Assortment
just reeclred andcpencJ thismornlngat
new coons : new goods::
Ho ! Ever' One tLat wishes to buy
GOOD GOODS CHEAP,
ol.Flatts, Church St.
Burlington. Vt . opposito First National Bank.
This Is the head of the Market The centre ef at
traction. The II ub (not or the Universe hut) of the
e:ty. I have just received a full stock of New
Goods purchased at the lowest point In the market.
We hare the
LARGEST VARIETY OF
I anry Cussimcrcs,
TO DE FOUJfD .V THE C7T,
all of which will be made up under the luneiviiicn
crJIR. II. D. RICHARDSON in the Latest Style
and warranted to fit. Also one of the most com
plete stacks ol
Ready JIade Clotliinsr
i ever ofTerod In this city.
1 SPR1XG Ol'ERCOJTS. BVSIXESS J.VD FJXCf
C LOT II IN U.
Gents Furnishing- Goods
In an endless rsriety. PArER COLLARS and
CUFFS, all sires and styles, also the latest style of
Before purchasing eliewhere you will do well to
give mt a can ana uereoy oe enaoied to see how
chap you can bur clothing, as I am determined 1
not u do unuertoia; ana ail i can say to my num
erous customers and those who are not, give me a
trial and you will find it to your Interest to save
atleaat 10 to 15 per cent on all you buy. Remem
be the location, opposite First National Bank,
Church St. Very Respectfully,
Mar 2$. A. PLAIT,
I'flRSI'KXNC A XI) SL'M.IIKR.
Ke are now openin; the
COMr LETE3T and BE3T hELECTED STOCK
Ready .Hade Clothing,
EVER EXHIBITED IN THIS STATE
We ar rniaarit'jrin.r tar own Goods, and
therthi- tare a lirntlt n&i 1 bv merchants ft Manu-
fjaeturetsf and with the erperienee we hare in the
ruiiDesstre natter ourselves, mat we can get up
IScKcr tiariiifiils at a much
than any other establishment In the Etate.
rrrvsiippninniTfn? nra n 10D3 in man
ufacture and STYLE of 'UT orer goods generally
boushtBearly made, it aevwlelgl by all, to
call tlic Attcntiuu or Purclin.er.
irE cax j.vo wu.i. seu. our noons js i.oir
JS THE LOirEST.
XO TIIOCIILK TO SHOW ROODS.
NO. 23 BANK BLOCK.
COLVBR 4 TTJKK.
II EA DftUA RTERS FOR
Paper Collars and Culls,
all kinds of which we sell at manufieturers prices.
X O . 2 JL3 11 A X K II I.O C If
TO THE PUHLIC
rpIIR Seibserlbers hiving formed a rtnershlr
JL nodar the firm name f
ISoiv ti' Stoynlon,
are now prepared to manufacture the lt qualities
UASSIMERES AND FLANNEIi;.
Hiving enlarged nni Improved oar ntiehmery to
equal the bast mtlts we can exeeutaaU orders tor
Custom work in the
lrER Y U EST AUA.YEIl.
Theaeeeuntsof A V I Dow and of D Percival
are left la oar hands, and will he settled bv n
Thankrul for favors bestowed on our predesor.
we solicit the patronage eif all oar frfends ! r the
pntratlrat. DOW i BiiVNTON.
Illnsshargh Woolen Mills.
IIlDtaborgh Vt May it daw6m.
200O LIXKX DUSTERS
of Diffemt Qualities ani .Sy&i at
Wholesale and Itctail
L OWES T .M A R K E T PRICE S,
lor sal at No. 2 4 3 Bank Block.
COLVER 4 TURK.
THE VERY LITEST.
ShaKespeare Paper Collars
ef all tins, new lit just raeeived at
A Mil 2S COL ER 4 TURKS.
no M i:s t I cs.
JS ITE KEEP J ' V il.L STOCK OF
BROWN ANI) BLEACHED S1IEETLVOS.
coitsirrs, jeaxs, dexivs, a,c.
tUak we eaa o0r some indneemaats to parekasers
as taey are at bought at ruinously low price and
not baring room for them de-ire to elioe them oat
at soon as possible, at
April -4mwt(. J-r,Ai?-
Doolis anil (atioiirrij
,VBW AXI) CHOICE
Afloat on the Tide.
"Grattr oar boats Elides along o'er tna strata."
Be Kind to Darllrig Jitter Nell . P. Darnkt.
Kiss na while IaiDreatahw. trimmer, ledt.
Kb ree Slater waila Tsa dreaming ,
Let sac dream again of thee.
I Lave the little ripptiag Steam. Cr,.ty. 38
"The raned euff, the taaay plain,
Taa braaClat la the Tally,
1 lore Ihata all. bat not tn dear
At aqr (asset eaarsaing Nellie. -Dear
Father, etitok ae more. jeimut. 3
The aaara sent by snail, postpaid, cm reattat at
price. OLIVER OITbON t CO.. Publlsaert, 377
Washita; taa atratt Rotton.
L.VTK PUHLIC 1TIOXS
gCMMER REST, by Gail Itaanilaoa,
ARW.VDALE. a novel by ni'.kie Collins.
THE M11K SINGER, by Anna Coca Rttehic
RKC0MMENDE9 TO MERCY, author of 'Taken
BEGKINISTRE, autheir of aviags Cape."
CH AXDOS, a novel by "OuJda "
IX TRUST, or lr. Bertranl UoasehoM.
LEtTURS ON THE STUDY OP illBTOLV.by
THE 01 ANT CITIES of Barhan aad Syria.
ROLY PLACES, Rev. J. L. Porter.
OUR ETERNAL HOMES, by a Bible Student.
RE. LED PROM EGVPT, bv A. L. O. K
THE POETICAL WORKS of Thomas Bi
THE TR08 DISTORT of a little Raxaaralln.
JOSH. BI LUNGS. HI stltnx la hlsBook.
TUB UTTLE THINGS OP NATURE, by Sir
THE BRAVE OLD SALT. Oliver Optic.
POOR MATT, or the clouded intellect, Jtaala
relow. Por sale by
Jam 11. C. O. FRENCH i CO.
.NEW HOOK LIST.
' U IViNSf TONE'S Kapedition to the Zatahati
J J aadttaTtthuusI."
"History of the Jewish church," ad Sarias by
"Ia Trurt or Dr. BertraBds," by Da glass.
"The Ytwar Lady ofPhaaBre."
Records of8. V. 8. WUdar."
"A Plea fcr the Queen's English, by Hanry Al
fred D. D.
"Ufa's Moraiac" and "Lite's Evening. "
"Joseph the Jaw."
"Leat bat Pern ad."
"The Scripture Lav of Divorce."
"Brave old Salt." by Olivar OBiie.
Portal by K. A. FULLBR.
Jan I. t-C
.feirclcr, Church SI.
Has returned from market and I opening a great
Gold, Silver & Plated Good
Xcir Stock or Gun-.
Tbe largest stock ot ammunition in the City,
TRAVELING BARS, FANS.
l.ILT .1 URON.E IMPORTED CLOCKS,
IIRESS1SG CASES. BACKGAMMON t CRM
KAGE BOARDS, CHESS ani CIIEQOERS,
DOMINOES, ALRCilS, RAZORS.
STRAPS, FINE SCISSORS,
COUNTERFEIT DETECTING GLASSES,
In short an extensive variety or
SOLID SILVER FORKS, SPOONS, AC.
silver Jewelrj . n hand and made to order i Hair
Work of beautiful designs, exesuted quick and
satisfactory. It matters not to customers where
my goods were purchased, nor what they cost, nor
whether gold was high or low, crbow paid Tor or
whether paid for or not, they will be sold at as
hL5 . 1 ii 5 y WT lter ; an are In
-ii" ,v van ,vt rco.
J. E. BRINSMAID.
At tho Old Stand Church St. established "ten
K. U. FLO VII.
J E W E Is Is E It ,
13 1 C II U It C II ST It II II T.
HAS IX STOCK, bought since the decline In
Gold, a splendid assortment of Watches.
. , " , " an seyiesoi iiunt
vm vun. uoiu anu silver, emoracin
S?."1.0 T'iT cnoIce Diamond Set, Eaamcled an
CHAINS AXU CHARM.
A LARGEVARIETYOFCCNNIXa DESIGNS.
New. elegant, unlana ntvte nrsuti. ir.irco.
Biooches. Ear-Rinrs. Hleern bnttnn. ..,r ri-.'
Seals, Fine Stone Doublets. Rnbv. Emerati i:..'
MV 5e.tI'iAmeihrJ.V EnD Turned, Plain, Ena-
wuiiurca a ivingi, liracelets. Lock
cU, Gold and Coral 61eeve Catch-ups, l.c.
1 1. V lie. JKWKLRY AND SILVER
Hade to order at short notice.
SOLID SILYl;U COODS,
Rich and serviceable. (Of our own make.i
A Complete Stoek orthefim-etnitalitt, r
uovu,, uv uica oi uuiity ana amine beauty.
' Fine Marble and Calendar Clacks.
Also a great variety cf cheat er time pieces. Spec
tacles and hye-glasses, In every kind ofbow and
focus or Glass. Gold Pens and Pencils, Fino Tablo
and Pocket Cutlery, Razors, Scissors, Shears, Fans.
Reads, Bionics, Vases. '
lldkf. and Glove Boxes, Portemonnales, lc
We are able to offer superior Inducements to
purcnascn, as our eiock is tne larant and be,t In
selection and quality In this vicinity, consisting of
fresh new goods, bought and to be .iM at verr-1
Watch work alll, at usual, rxeive our personal
E. B. FLOYD,
1st Church Street,
Sign ol the Hig Eagla.
A CCII) EXT I XSU It A XCK.
OF HARTFORD COSS.
.i c c i n jv j- t s
Net Cnsh Assets, April I-t, lACtd,
Policies Iniurlng aziinst all kinds of accidents
issued for any term, from one month to five years,
for any sum from iJ to UVV1, or 13 to f neek
lr efemrenation. at from 1 to sit) annual ureral-
Irioure in tlic- Pioneer Company.
The TaaviLitis Isi'aAirzroara.iror Han
rono Is the Oldest Arcnlent Insuiance Company I
America. It Is carefully and prudently -managed'
dun a large business, and pays its losses promptly
Up to April I. IS6C, it had
Paid Over rilicca Iluiielreel Lenses.
and issued nearly fifty thousand policies. Thirty
one of these were total losses, and the Urge sum of
(10290 was realised for leas than J&ti received In
premiums. Over lldi.WU has been paid In losses,
in sums of 3 toIlo,.
Ilcst and Chcaprot Insurance Extant.
No Medical Examination required. Policies writ
ten, without delay, by the Company's agents.
A liberal discount on three and five 3 car Policies.
JA3IKS C. IlATTERSOX.Prcsielent.
ROOXEY I) E.V.MS, Secretary.
WM. D. SPALDING. U. D. PAIGE.
Jane 6 rawlia.
S. I). Ai II. V. SMITH'S
Till) JIOaT I'LltFECT AND IiEAUTIFCL I
MUSICAL INSTRL'MENT IN THE j
WOULD FOR THE VM ER
ICA N HOME CIRCLU
HTSeventeen (17) First Preaaiams ware awarded
tatheAmertean Organ la the raaath T Oetsjfcer
lea, aver all aatapatitor at eUtstfestt State aad
The 'iincrican Organs
are the only
liKAIa KKi:i OICGAiAS
bow beibre the public. The only Organ having a
Keverlieratinc Sound IlO.,
or WIND CHEST, whieh ha the ImDWtaBt
part to parforta at the Sounding Board has in a
i-raao rone eto give ooay ana n
of to)and without whieh the Organ
merely a Mtlodaoa in an Organ Cat.
Special att ention is called to the style of AJIER
CASORti.V N.No. 17, eoataiaiBCtlM Super Oeuve
Coapivr aad Sab-Bast. FOR TcBURCIlBSinwaat
of a powerfal Intr8aiat,b esaeat are limited,
its price render It very desirable.
Every Orpin i Warranted
to l'rove Sntfofartorv
THK AMKRICAX ORGANS all hat tlx Revar
beeatiazSoaad Box. or Wind Chat, and are aalah
ed ia the highest st le of art, la Rosewood, Jet,
Walaat, aad Oak finish, richly varntsked and Pol
iabed.oria Smooth Oil HnUb, forming elegant
ateat af Faraitara for the Parlor or Boadoir ; and
Us Oak aad Walnut especially adaptad far
Oaraht. Laetar aaal liaae Recta.
THB AMBRICAM ORGANS ar aU lalsht l with
ewr aaw PaTKMT Imprevaaaat, etoaUiaiaa ta
improved Kaa Swell, Doa le Bellow, twa Flaw
Pedals, and TRKSsOLO (band la ao athar tastra.
SKIV STYLES OI CASUS,
Itlolilv I'liiNlieet ftml Ilrglilr OrHainonteel.
sa Phatenupba, ahatliil,
ea athar, tent fraa.
J'OK'EieS V STOHY,
gfitVL AORNTS POKTHX STA TK
FIRST NATIONAL RANK.
U.S. ST 0 0 IC S,
iloiiht and Sold.
qinEdsTerenteriesof7-30 XOTMkept cu-
-Jt siAuiij ,u u.u i ir imjoiideo uenvery.
U.S. COUPONS, COLD and SILVKK
Compound Interest .Yotcs
Certificates ol Indebtedness
l'urclinsed em Ihe ruel FavornlileTrriiis.
Burlington. May 1, lM6-dantf
.H EKGH AIVTS KATIOIYAL
n a n lc .
U. S. STOCKS
nOUCIIT AND SOLD.
A Mi .V - T III I? T 1
or alt. users,
Compound Interest IVotes
Certificates of Indebtedness
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Orders fcrthennrehaseand hV nf r,er....
ocs Srocrs and Do.fns txacuted with dispatch' at
REGULAR STOCK EXCH.IJMF
IN NEW YORK.
GOLD, SILVER and COUPONS
PURCHASED ON FAVORABLE TERMS.
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BAKE.
This Bank Is cow prepared to issue
bearing, Irom three lp Ave per cent.
Interest on special agreement.
The4vantages of this system of c"eposlt are In
"S f.1' Uw money is EARNING INTEREST
mi u lull
Drawahle en Demand.
THE FIIJST iVATIOiAIs
Will from this da to issue
REARING FROM 4 TO 6 PER CENT.
According to length or time the dipoiit remains.
All sueh receipt will bo
CASHED ON DEMAND.
Interest will not be paid for a shorter time than
THIRTY DAYS, nor on smaller sums than FIFTl
Burlington. Vt .May I dawtf
1MXKIXC HOUSE OF
jr.i I C O O KE V CO.
Comer AVnII A; Nnssan Sts.New Y'oik.
In connection with our house in Philadelphia and
: Washington, we have opened a NEW YORK
i HOUSE at above location, and offer our services to
1 Banks. Itankcrs, and Investors for the transaction
I of their business in this city, including purchases
and sales of Government Securities, Stocks. Bonds,
and Gold. We aro constantly represented at the
Stock exchange and Gold Board, where orders sect
ns are promptly filled. We keep on band a full
buying and selling at current prices and allowing
correspondent the most liberal rates the innket
May B -dawty. JAY COOKE A CO.
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY OF CCDA
Conducted by the Spanish Government.
S3GO,000 in Gold Drawn Every 17 Dnjs
Prises eahei and Infarmatlon furnished .,- the
highest rates paid for Doubloons and all k tods o!
G.Td and Silver i also far aU Government Saeuri
U" TAYLOR 4 CO . Bankers,
16 Wall Street, Newerl.
ON U SETT
Si:COiI HAiVI) SCALKS
For tale by G. S. BLODG E1T A CO
ONE EXTRA LAUKK
Far sale hy G. S. BLODG LIT I'll.
A A E V T II 1 1 G
Come and Sec it.
ll'roteclor Cooking Store
For Cpnl or Wood.
G. Si. IILODGETT at CO.
2a College Street.
henry ii Elms,
Irf iftnfatilfif flf
With Ptant (Vmbtnatlon Cushion.
Pattnt Pockata anil all tha latast imorOTtmtnta.
Any quertlonsby mall tmmtdhualy answered by
U.iar aieuJta,sio. loapiinu aw
TAKE CARE OF YOUR LIFE!
,. ouki coie. I
f7. inner Sai '
Patent Metallic Sole.
A NEW INVZOTION'.
Wtrrissrni Fes.t!4 the most proliSe m .
diseaso and death kn wn to hnmanltv. It - J
most suro to bring on a cold . anacolus, nek
and often when not neglected, lead to levers r -coughs
and fatal consumptions. It is in rt-r .
tlon of this truth that the inventive talent i
country has tor years been devising some met
or attempting to detise it, tor keeping the leet :
and yet that should not give inconvenience w ;..
wearer. Rubber shoes, in on form or another haw
hitherto been our relianco , but it is well It ,,
as among their many evils that while they ke,;
the leet dry from external moistara, the ;? ;
them over much, and by thus indaeing an un' ..
tenderness Increase a susceptibility to eoleis rt
than otherwise. They are also cumberst rue t.
feet, and withal ara very expensive. Ti.e i-.
is for something that shall make the onlinart I , t
an 1 Shoe impervious to water, withoat an.
their elogance or aarbility. and. If possible. -
out adding lecsiniy to toe cost oi mcii n-a
tare These, it will be -unee1ad. are luost mj. rt-1
feature, ana we evnseieniioasiy afitrm tLat ii ,
areabsolutel jattalned in tha invention her
presented to the public.
Tho Inventloa constats rn inserting between th
inner aul out. r sole, when tha boot is making
thin MrvALLic Plave, exoeeelinglv ductile c w
in; flexibility with toushncs, very liaht, r.
every way adpted to the end desired, abilet
additional expense is merely nominal. It furni-I.e,
a perfect barrier against tha admission of wet .
dampness, Uioujch thefeat may haaxaosed eier -loaa:
upon wet pavemeats or damp r-.un'l.
To lailiea and children tho Met alii tSuLas alii I
of incalculable valne, as from their habit of li.v
arrl delicacy of dress, they are particularly expose-:
to the long train of ills that atteu 1 upon an inade
quate protectioa to tbe ft ct.
Tt eta boles have alrea ly been tne.1 by tLe beat
af all test-. Acvtrat. ca ami ilia ietiu..tul t..
their maiiu, freely proffered, indicate that it,,-,
matt be speedily and universally auopted b tl"
pablie. 'ns PatantMetallie Soled Bootsand : . ,
ara bedaic introduCvd into the leading B' t
bbo Btores throughout the United States an t
snpislaat all forms o ovenh. es. exeept possii i
deep mud or saow, as they oecotua .
ure to get them and take no other. If vour :
taker doe not happen t have them, he car. i,
aur thaai withoat uirltculty. If ha will not, -atad
j aaraalt so Us Inventor one dollar and i !. -eeats,
aad obtain tlx pair, assorted sizes, a ith r
to use, whtah will be proaaptly airwarred b a, , ,
cr exptea pra-aaid and which can be made u
etial raahod hi evy city aaef village, and supt , -with
Satos aad proprietary stamps, at itb-oj..
arsta. tad liberal eomniittion allowed . n -a t
aar aaaaaar ua use conaty a.e.ie,
Ttlvnril with propar testlmonlala
New YoRii, Julo 1. .
Tha proprietors of the alx ve patent, having c a,
In otntint with a patent previously i-sued t- U ..
UaotJ. Ly aaaa, of e rthampton. Mais., r'ttr--th
houvr inlvn and tmtpror t m l. the chirr nr
tleota interest have potchated th came. and.
Mains; their interests, have organised
l'nlent .Mctallie Shoe Sole ("oatpaa.
wrrH a tAPiTAL or JIjO.OiHI.
Aad astabUahed a general Manufactory and Vv
atatJahf) tar. Sew York ; whara they are re';
at all tttaa to all orders f. r sole of all si.-- .
iawataii aad dispatch.
Tha attaak of dealers is respectfully solicit' :
,Va poromn oore u.'j tkto tote will tier .
cause1, if pnmrmH, to ice-ur sSMltr ,lf ml .
st. Saaetel laducements nertd to dealers r
iii iaalsalaiai to aid ia thair iatvod action, tr
Usta aad enteral and special Intormaduon fare : -.'
n tpplicath n at tha general store, to
A- S. LYMAN.
PreOKlont A n. Fat. Metalie Shoe to.V e ...
e2 John Street. Xew .
GRAY HAIR. '
Thl I- the A vnr.')!A that Rin-jiaarf
Thia to tha Cat that lay
la tbc Awaasonu that ztat,-
Thia ia tha Xaawbo waa baM and
Who now has itrrea lock, they av.
II.- uik.d tha Care that lay
lu the Ajibk6Ia that tang nuih .
Tin i . the 3faielin, tiand&otut' u
Who marvtsdthc man or:ct- bald ui
Who aevw ha raven locks, thi-v . u
He awed the .VWRWsM that' lira.
This i. th,- Parmn, w!u, by th.' w n .
Mam-d the aaaktra, lundsome ai. I
To thi loan oace bald and ry.
But vTio now has raven lock-, tl, .
Bocause h,- aaed the Core that !un
lu the AXBtt06I v that Kro n
This i- the Best that rtag awav
. I., aroasa tha people aad and n.tv
; l nte thi tact, which ben- doe, 1.
f ,' p a nymltf net be bnhl ..r frr".
' I the t iMoeu f' ' Hi.' I M'
E. M.TU6BS k CO., Promst:, 9mmm H.
Croclicrv. UitiHii, fIass mid
Nu. ' uud 3 Union Block. Church Street
Tha nnrfereivneii neniirtalnn nf il.n .v.. .t ,
HthEtamt. desire to calf public attantian to the .
Inereaaed raei.ities tor tha battar aecommudati' n
ot toair patroa. Thar have not oaiy greatly en
larxed and baaatload thefr salearoora, but l.ai'
eorrMaorsrly ratraasad aad Improved tne.
ttoetk. All ramda aamu Im tha 6,ll.,m.nv- n.t tl-i
will oftar oa the most reasonable term, at whu.c
sale aad retail, yiz.-
1 1 ' i -t; and 1 : .-i i -1 t
ptala, gold haad aad decorated. In setts i - s .- :-
Table Glass i7are,Iepaae Lamp-.
Lnutams ami ChaiHlelier,
frtsi tha cheapait to tha richest detizns, and a..
sootu tievtairnsc at tae lastp tradr. sach a
CHiMNBYS, BUENH53 AND WICKS.
LATED HOODS, f "Raters Bro-'t aad " Ri
field PricaV make.
TABLE CCTBKRY, of the best maaaactare.
JAPANNED CHAMBER SETTS, and RICH F.Ui-
Euth a FANCY COLOGNE SETTS, VASES. LA- a
ana r.iniS4 uuvus. sc.
And they would call especial to their stoek of
Cloth and Paper IVindoic
Shades and Fixtures,,
e. o. Annns co.
STATE OF VERMONT.
A PKOCIiA.il ATIOIV.
WIIEHEAS, Tho Farmers and Ilechani-. Bs
a oornoratiArt itnlv liuer.rrwirle.i he tho LSI
Islature of tha State of Vermont. 1 edited and di-
Ini business at Burlinston in the County of Chit
tenden, has made application to me requesting me
vu israe a prcciamaiiein uesiiiatin? some uay " -the
termination of the existence of said corp. ra
tion; And whereas, it has been iTiailii In anrM-ar to me
that two-thirds of tho legal votes of the stock
holders of said corporation were siren in favtr
said application ;
Now.'thereiaro. I. Pint Diillnirlian. GoTerC'-:
of the State Of Vermonr, in conformity with st
tnnUealion and tha brnvialnn nr Mw-tlAna eiehtj -
six and eighty-seven of chapter eishty-nino of th
General btatntes of Vermont, do hereby issue mv
proclamation and declare that on tha Tenth day
cr September, A. D., 166. tho laid corporation ol
tho Farmers and Mechanics' Bank shall cesso to
exist, as fullvanfi wtlh thet eamA etTeet as if It
charter expired by the Umltation therein.
In witness wherejf, I hue hereunto sin-. T
name ani cnusea tr.a seal et tne atato- w -:
hereunto aiFxed." In ExecuUvo Cca-obertl
Waterbnrv. tM PIMS rf.r nf Itireh. 3 the
L.S.J year of our Lord ono thousand eizht haedfj--
ana sixty-six. and ef tho Independence ot
Pnijed SUtCJ tho ninetieth. .,..
By the Governor,
Cuas.jr. Gat, ...
Eeertury of Civil tnd MlUttry iO"1
Vareh l wtStpt 10th.