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THE BURLINGTON, VT.FEEE JPHESS. ERIDAY MORNING- JULY 27, 186G
The Kev. Dr. Stone, formerly or Boeton,
tvaa installed par tor tf the First Congrega
tional Church in San Francisco on the CTcn
mg of the 14th June. The tcrmon was by
Rev. I. E. Dwiccll, 1). D., ol Sacramento,
formerly of Salem, ilats. Dr. Dwincll
graduated Irom the University of Vermont
in the cla s of IS 13. Kcv. George Jlooar of
OaUauil, Ecmctitnc jaetcr of the old South
Church in AndoTcr, Mas., gave the charge
to the tutor.
.About 80.000,000 JJiUib and TtstatuMite
has been distributed by the diflcrent Bible
Sjcieiitn ricioe 1SW.
The Atiicmttn UiWc Society is suing to
t.rt.o: the British and Fureajtn BiWe So
ciety, irtx; or charge, with duplicate plates
of Dr. Vnu Dyei'd new Arabic translation
of the Scriptures. Tbi is said to be one o
the muct accurate t miosis yet made.
Iter. VTii. 11. Woodwool vrat ordained to
the I'rieethowl in St. IW Cliurcli, Ver-gennct,-,
J uly Cth. Bichop Hopkins officiated
and dilitered the etrmon. Kev. Fianeit V.
Smith o! St. Alltane prcsonud ihc candidate,
and with the I'ev.Mr. UraTesuf iliddlebury.
joined with the Bishop in the layinj; of
hands. It in thirty years unec there was an
ordinatuin in that church.
Kev. D. Huntington of Bustvn, recently
elected Biebop of Maine, has Minified hi
intention of acccj ting the jawtlon.
The New lUmpshirc Anjeution of Coti
gregatiutial Minister, at their meeting in
Augirtt, will discus the qotatlon: " In it
dcviraMe to aobetitutc the exercises of the
Sabbath School (or the I AI. eenuon."
Jifturt. EJiloit aftke Frtt Prett:
Your allusion to our Academy building
and grounds, test evening, gives me the oppor
tunity of spins calling the attention of our citi
zens to the condition of our public icitoole. It
is true, as jcu aay, that c are far behind raany
of the neighboring Milages in matters of public
education. And one cf the encouraging aspects
of the caie is, that we have now fully retched
a point where our self-respect as a community,
not to say our rente of shame, ftrees us to be
stir ourselves. Bat while we will not refuse the
aid of this force from btkinJ, where it may be
necessary, let us conic to the important work
before us actuated rather by intelligent convic
tion: of our duty and our interest as citizens of
this now growing and enterprising citv. His
plain 'hat some action will be taken on this sub
ject very toon; it is cf the highest consequence
that such action be judicious, intelligent, time
ly the result of careful deliberation, and of a
well matured plan. It may not be amiss to say
that a few of the friends of education in this
place have had this matter under deliberation
for some months; that they hive endeavored to
inform themselves of the actual condition of our
schools; cf the requirements of our population;
of the character of the school system in success-'
ful operation in similar places; and of the most
feasible methods of introducing the desired
changes aniens us. The results cf these delib
erations will probably be presented to the pub
lic at no distant day in the fcrm of a definite plan
proposed to their good judgment for accomplish
. iag the end in t iew. Meanwhile, let it be un
derstood, that it is no clique or party that have
taken this matter in hand, but that we invite
suggestions fiom all who are interested in this
important ijueeikm, important to the general
prosperity of our citv, as well as to the interests
of ednatitn. There is no good reason why Bur
lington should not take a fcrcraoet rank among
the cities ef New England for the excellence and
complenes of its educational facilities, In
deed it has, especially at the present time, so
many advantages for attaining preeminence in
this rcsfct, that we shall be sadly lacking in
self-appreciation, to say nothing of public spirit,
if we do net avail ourselves of the means now
within cur reach to nuke Burlington as con
spicuous for its Schools and Colleges, its intelli
gence sod culture, as for its natural beauty.
"Jlany professors of religion are just like
backgammon boards. lTicy look like state
ly lwoks ; and on the hack of them is in
tcribcd. in large letters, 'History of Eng
land, or -History of the Crusades ;' but
when you open them, you find nothing but
emptiuctf, with the exception of dice and
counters. And many men bear the name of
'Christians,' who arc, inside, all emptiness
and rattling nothing." lUicher.
A Si:.GUL.it CoxTtiT. On the 4th inst.,
as Mr. Charles S. Taft or Sutton was pasting
through an oj en space in a piece or woods
near his house, a large blue hank made a
vigorous attack upon him. It would advance
from a tree upon one side of the opening,
then retreat to n tree on the opposite side,
hitting him at each time of passing. This
offensive warfare wa9 kept up until -Mr. T.
succeeded in disabling it by breaking a wing
with a small walking stick. The hawk
incasuteJ four ftct from tip to tip of out
stretched wings. Rutland Herald.
Apropos of the arrival of General Sher
man in Boston, a story of a good tliiDg oi
his, if not entirely new, is interesting. In
political conversation with a number of offi
cers at his headquarters in 1801. ono of the
members addrcrtcU General Sherman
' General? who will yon vote for !"
1 shall vote fur neither."
" Xot vote ! That is veTyalrungp."
" I'll tell you why," said the ' jencra). "1
never voted but once, and thcr disfranchi
Such looks or wonder tad incredulity as
this produced may Lc '.ja?;inul but the Gen
eral, joying no atf ntiun ,icrcl0, proceed
' Incr.-.:-vilr J for a President but once
ininylile, and that was "for Buchanan, and
1 am since E?;,i-Scd that nny person who was
fool enough to do that, has not sense enough
to excrciso. the elective iranehife I disfran
chised civself and consequently shall not
Tcmpvs fxxQil has been translated lly-timc,
refcring to the immediate present.
The Atlantic Cable. A despatch from
Cyrus W. Field announces that the shore
end of the Atlantic Cable was successfully
laid on the 7th inst., at Valcntla Bay.
Saxd-ears is tiieis Stouaois. The St.
Louis Democrat says that "while other cities
arc supplying themselves with pure water,
the people or St. Ixuis are gulping down
such quantities or mud, that hair of them
arc corpulent with sand-bars in their stom
achs." Tekeielk Ocxxei2.ce at a Cattle Fair.
A Georgia paper publishes an account of a
cattle stampede which occurred lately at the
large cattle fair of Le Blanc Just as busi
ness was at its height, a sudden panic seized
the oxen brought tccre for sale, which, to
the number of more than 1200, set off at a
furious speed in every direction, overthrow
ing everything in their way. At last they
came to a wall and hedge inclosing a field,
both ol which were borne down by the
shock, and tho animals escaped into the
country around. As the ground on the out
side of the fence was about four feet lower
than on the inside, the oxen fell on each
other, carrying wtth them seven or eight
persons who happened to be near the spot.
At the foot ol the wall two men were found
crushed to death, and four others
aitercly injured. Two oxen were killed.
giTcntccrj p:rsons received less serious hurt
by being thrown down and trampled on.
ACl'A IU .MAKXOLIA.
A toilet delight- superior to any Cologne, used
to bathe the face and person, to render Hie sMn soft
and fteaa, toallaj' Insainmations, to perfumo cloth
inr, for headache, lc. It u manuiactured from the
rich Southern Magnolia, and Is obtaining a jiatron
age quite unprecedented. It Is a faiorito with
actresses arid opera singers. It is sold by all deal
ers, at $1 iw in large bottles, and by Unas Bakxzs
A. Co.. New York, Wholesale A cents.
StltATOGA M'Jll.St; WATER, told by
"Jc" so !" "Eiaetly !"-Solon Shlaclo saM
waro there "eicritliae If he felt rain " In th
mornim:. he took i'lactation Bitters ; If he felt
weary at nlsht, he took l'lantation B'tters ; If he
jacaea appeuie, waa weak. lannKi or mentally op
pressed, ho took Plantation Hitters: and thev
never tailed to set hun on his pins square and firm.
Few persons want any letter authority . but as
Eoiac wa , jof i rraa ui? lollowmz
I owe nmcli to von.for I ri,
Iv bclleto the riantatiorlllittera have saved my life.
REV. IV. II. WAtiONER, Madrid N. Y.
" I have been a creat sufferer
from Kj spepsia, and had to abandon preaching.
The riantation Hitters cured
me. REV. C. A. MILLWOOD, ew York City.
" I hid lost all appetite-was
so weak and enervated I could hardly walk, and
bad a perfect dread of society. The
riantation Hitters hare set mo all rent.
JAMES liEIMINWAY. bt. Louis Mo."
" The l'Untatinn ltittors hitn
cured me of a derangement ofthe Kidneys and Ur
inary vrzaas, taai aitircfeca mo lor ears They
act file a charm.
C. C. MOORE. 2 Broadwar. X. V
Mrs. O. M. DEVOE, manager of the Union Home
School for Soldiers Children sava the haa -riven
it to tho weak and 1m alid children under her
cnarze.wiui me most happy and gratifying results.
We liar received over a hundred reams of such
csrtiScates. but n" advertisement Is so effective as
what peoplo themselvei say of a good article. Onr
fortune and onr reputation is at itake. The origin
al quality and high character to these goods will
oo eimainea nnper every and all circumstances.
They have already obtained a nile In r
village, parish and hamlet among civilised nations
xarc jutiiaiors try to come as near our name and
style as they can, and because a good article can
cot be sold as low as a poor cne, they find soma
fuiiiHut frcm parties whodo cot care what thev
sell, lie on oar guard. See our private stamp
over the corb.
P. II. DRAKE A- CO., New York City.
SA IIATOCA SI'Kl SG WATER, sold by all
OVER A MILLION- DOLLARS SAVED
Gentlemen: "I had a negro man worth 11 2M
who took cold from a bad hnrt In the leg, and was
useless for over a year. I had used everything I
could hear of without benefit, until I tried tie
Mexican Mustang Liniment. It soon effected a
"I take pleasure in recommending the Mexican
Mustang Liniment as a valuable and iodispensible
article for Sprains, Sores, bcratches or Halls on
Dorses. Oormea have ued ltfor Burns, Bruises.
Sores, Rheumatism, ie. and all ear It acts like
Foreman fur American. Wells, Fargo'a and liar
"The sprain of my daughter's ankle, occasioned
while sl-ating last winter, was entirely cured In
one wcc, aiicrsne commeccca using your cele
brated Mostang Liniment.
tilouceeter, Mass., Aug. I, I65. ED. SEELY."
u is an admitted xacttnat the Mexican Mustang
Liniment performs more cures in shorter time on
man and 1-eit' than any article ever discovered.
Families, livery-nien and planters should alwaj s
iiarc ii on nana, voice ana sure it ceruinir is.
A 1 ' mint In n f vranrt! In if..l.nl.f...irHrinM
bearing the signature ofU. W. WestbrookrChemSt
auu uivpniaic V. a. fbunp Ol JJElf AS 13ARXSS A- VO.
over the top.
An effort has been made to counterfeit it with
a cheap stone plate label. Lot dettlv
.SARATOGA M'RISG. WATER, soldbyall
It is a most delightful TJair Dressing.
it eradicates sourf and dandruff.
It keeps the head cool and clean.
It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy.
It prevents hair turning gray and falling off.
It restores hair nnon tirrmatnre bald heailx.
This is just what Ljon's Kathalron will do. It Is
pretty it Is cheap durable. It is literally sold by
the ear-load, and yet Its almost Incredible demand
Is dail increasing, until there is hardly a country
store tha: 'net not keep it; or a family that does not
E. THOMAS LYON. Chemist- N. V.
SARATOGA SI'RIXG WATER, sold by
IVko would cot be beautiful t Who woukl not add
o the Ir beauty ? VThat gives that marble purity
and itnttnfut appearsuee we observe upon the
stage, and in the city belle It is no longer a sc-
rret. They use iiagac's jiagnoua mim. iuj con
tinued uso removes tan, freckles, pimnles and
cough no, from the face and hands, and leaves the
complexion smooth, transparent, Moomlni and
ravishing. Unlike many cosmetics, it contains no
material injurious to tht skin. Any Druggist will
order it for you. If not on hand, at Wets per bottle
W. E. HAOAN, Troy, N. Y. Chcmistes.
DEMS BARNES CO., Wh olesale Agents, N. Y
SARATOGA SPRING WATER. sold byal
Hetostrecl'a inimitable Hair Coloring is cot a
dje. All instantaneous dyes are composed cfaJ
.t. and more or less destroy the vitality and
beauty of the hair. This is the original lialr Color-in-,
and has Ucn growing in favor over twenty
ears. It restores gray hair to Its original col T
by gradual absorption, in a most remarkable map
ner? It Is also a beautiful hair dressing. Sold In
two siica 50 cents ana si oy "i'"';""- , .
C. llhl.MSTREET, Chemist.
SARATOGA SPRING WATER, soldbyall
lyo!'s ExrcACT or Peas Jaxaica CisjCtE-for
Indi-eftlen, Nausea, Heartburn. Sick UeadacLe,
Coltra Morbus, Flatulence, Ac where a warming
stimulant Is required. Ill careful preparation and
eotlie purity makes Ita cheap and reliable article
for culinary purposes. Sold everywhere, at 50 cts
per bottle. Ask fr 'Ltos's,1 Pare extract Take
co other. ...
SARATOGA SPRING WATE R, sold by
Aetna Insurance Company
Cnpital nud Suri'Iut 5l,S0O.OOO
S. 4 R. S. WIRES, Agents.
Home Insurance Company
OF KEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus, S!,7u(),O0O.
S. i R. S. WII1E3, AgenU.
TlicIiiCooi IVoi'di America
(Incorporated 179). Oldest Company in the
Capital nud Sarjilus, $l,K0O,OOO,
Perpetual Ins. granted on Crst-clat3 buildings.
S. R.S. WIRES, Agents.
OF NEW YORK.
Capital ami Surplus, 51,00,1)00,
S. i R. S. WIRES, Agents.
Metropolitan Insurance Co.
OF AEW l'OP.K.
Capital and Surplus, SI,CI 1.1 1
This Co. returns I net profits to policy holders.
S.4R.o. WIRES, Agents.
lYortlt Western InsiiranceCo
OF OSWEGO. K. Y.
Capital nml .Surplus, $250,000
Incorporated in 1&J2.
S. 4 R. S. WIRES. Agents
PIieni Insurance Company
OF HARTFORD, COXX.
Capital and Surplus, $1,000,700.
S. 4 R. S. WIRES, Agents.
iVarrajjansctt F.Ac ITI.Ins.Co.
OF PROVIDENCE, K, 1.
Cnpital and Surplus, COO, 000,
S.4R.S. WIRES, AgenU
liamar Fire Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
Capital and .Surplus, J 107.388
S, A R. S. WIRES, Arcnts.
Commcrcc Insurance Co
OF ALBANY. N. Y.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, S 191,103
S. 4 R. S. WIRES, Agents.
iVingnra Fire Insurance 3o,
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 1.500.000.
This Company insures I'.etached farms and vil
iaj.e uweumgs, mreo vcars,ior iercent.
S. 4 R. S. WIEES, AgenU.
liOrillartl Fire Insurance Co
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, SI.lO-'.OSl
This Co. returns i net profits to policy hoUera.
fc. I, E. S. WIRES, licceral Agent.
Spriiificlil F. A: .11. Ins. Co
OF SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS StiOO.OOO,
S..VK.S. WIRES, General Agents.
IVor Hi American Fire Ins. Co
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS .50.000.
Fifty per cent of net profits returned to policy
S. Si R.S. WIRES, General AgeaU.
Applications for agencies for the threo last named
Companies In Vcimont, Western New Ilainpebire
and Northern New York, should be made to us as
General Agents and Agency Superintendent" Un
said Companies In said territory.
Fire and Inland insurance taken In the ahovo
named first class Companies, to the amount of
sanv-ni, luoce risk.
Dwelling houses and their contents and farm ira.
perty generally will be insured for one or a term of
j ears, auowmg me insured to receive back j early
Luiicivui iiu ujo jiv.ia Hi mci je low as to male
it an obiect to all caving such property to igsare,
to try these Companies.
Premium cotes are not required, and the Insured
incurs no liability to assessments: the large eaah as
sets oi uee uompames tarnish perfect indemnity
I'lrst-clavs Farm and Tillage ilucllintr
WITH THEIR CONTENTS
InturrJ Hire ytarir Half of enr ftr (int. ftr tkt
Losses liberally adjusted and promptly pakl at tills
S. .V U.S. WIRES. Ascnts..
.llaiihatfaii lAic Ins.
OF NEW YOltrC.
rpiIISCompaav commenced Its operations In 18S0
-a. ana uas prosecuteu a succesnui and reliable
business sInee.Polleie.il are "ranted fnthiM In unn
health both on tlie Joint stoek and mutual plans of
uuiuii;, urn, auuiuiu iu iue puuiic tne au van-
lages oi eiuier sysiem at tneir option In one Insti
tution, The lowest rates of premiums are charged
that can be adopted and furnish requisite security
.v weuici. iu jicijtuitj iu vue company.
TUt nmpanf lot alrtnif paid trtr Jl,m),lM
ours mi uter (MI.OtM i' ttinJenJi to r'lKf
NO.V-FORKEITING LIFE POLICIES
Premlumsmarbe naid sin-lv or In fir or n an.
nual payments, at option or tho assured. This
plan la commended to the public as it gives to the
assured the lull value of an the money paii and
being eompletee In early life, whilst the parties are
vigorous and hopeful, gives entire exemption from
payments or amis ties In advanced life. Its value
.VO.V FORFEITING EXDOITilEXT POLICIES
These are made payable at death or on attaining a
given age. Premiums payable In ten annual pay
ments. The policy becomes non forfeitable for one
tenth of amount Insured for each payment, turtles
insuring in this plan have all the advantages of
a savings iana, as me payment oi premiums se
cures its equivalent value, payaoie on the assurer
atttining the given age or at death should it occur
sooner Whole life, short term, endowment and
annuity policies Issued In all their various and an-
firoveu forms, rrintea documents containing lull
nformatlon furnished without charge and sent free
by mail. Good local agents wanted in every tow a
and energetle and reliable men emutoved on favor.
able terms to travel for this cocpany.
S. 4 R. S. W1UES.
Gen. Agents 4-Agency Supt. i
for Vermont and counties of Saratoga, Washington,
Warren, Essex, Clinton, Franklin and St. Lawrence
c New York Jan 3dawlr
IJ.VJfJOJl Tl KIl II,
KASTTACTCXEX AST) DEAXTX IS
Coffins and Burial Cases
In Wood and Metal, of every style.
ALL sites constantly on hand or made to order
In any required style.
Corn TausiKi of all kinds. Name Plates
Shrouds, Cravats, Collars and everything required
constantly on hand and furnished at short notie.
I can furnish Coffins at any hour of the night, If
required, as I sleep In the same building.
FCXEJL1XATTS3SKD, WrTH ilXAXSE.
Apply at any hour cf day or night te
J. ORKEN, College St.
Bnrllnstoa, Hatch 28. 1661.
MO.VUAV, JULY 2 3d, 1SGG.
PLEASE TAKE XOTICE.
ON and AFTER TIIIS DATE wo will offer our
remaining stock cf
JO ,1 c i: r O I .1 T s,
LAMA WOOL GRENADINE
MUSLLXS AXJ) MOZAMHIQUES,
GRENADINES AND IIERAGES,
I'arasols & Sun Umbrellas.
A LOT OF .MOSZAMIilQUES
TWO SIIILLI.YGS PER YARD.
" BK15 HI VI,
f ollege Street.
ANOTHER NEW SKIRT.
Jut received at
SI O .V- T O .V.
The Most EleK.iiit, nraccfiil ami Sen Ice
H 0 0 P SKI It T
Received the f.rst preuuai at the Merchants'
Exhibit.on. Ine aiv. tit n with tl e 'estNew i . rk
and rew tc.ac l u a.( rs
TV.wi Ktirtdl! trtOiin a .i.ntednr Me-rs A. T,
STEWART It CO . t New ork for their retail
trii . ti, fxdn.u in uf all i.ther makes , alo tv
CHANDLER 4 CO . f r..U.n and by all First
Class housi s throahout the country, for their best
lie sure and ask for the RON-TON TATtNT
SKI ITT. For sale, in an sites, i.y
Jobber and Dealer in Fi.relcn and Eomestie
n si r a o o s? s,
Corner of Church and Oollege Sts.
STILL T II I! Y I- O JI It.
Another It of lhoe Choice
I'tii'itsols A: .Still Umbrellas
and ttie VFRY LATKIT la
HOOT S K I n T s.
a sew thing much' prettier tkan Coils i ale
rarTiiaaing SUrts,a new thlac very pf (4ty and
OPENED IHIS DAY AT
H.v a. TAOB 4- fl B4T8.
CA U I'BTS! OA R P BTM!
Tho Imitast Slock ol
fariicfs and Oil Vlollis,
11IST PLACi: TO l'qnqfJAUINTIIECITY
bJIITII A. I'LATTS.
SO. I UNION III.OCK.
OPEN TIIIS 1)AA' PLAIN WHITE
OK G.1.VMI2 .Tf.VJOf.V.V,
DELICATE SlLVDES IN
llcxanlre IZids, clc, etc.
SUITABLE TO THE SEASON, AT
ISC Church Street.
June IS dawtf
Summer Dress Goods-,
PLAIN & EMBRODERED GRENADINES,
la neat variety also
WII1TJE B H RAGE,
very nice, and
la nearly every style and quality.
From 5 cts. up to $6,Od.
at EDWARD BARLOWS
July 6. 1 56 Church Street.
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
We are now opening the
COMFLETESTand BEST SELECTED STOCK
Ready olladc Clothing,
EVER EXHIBITED IN THIS STATE
r . .a I nM aIuw1 Ttfl
UiereDyiaTo prom pum uj ujv,iwuh 7r
facturew: nd with the experience we bre in tlie
. r . M.a. that srM Mtl flt 11 1.
it a i t... -,.ai,.ii(i ti Mnn
Itctter Gariuciits at a much
than any other establishment In the State.
M....nnnon,nfii. nitrt ii inn. In man
ufacture and'sTVLE of CUT ov .RS"'"
bouihtUeady made. Is aeknowlelsed by all, to
wmcn we especiaujr
call the Attention of I'urcliascrs.
ITE CAS JXD irlLt. SELL OUR GOODS JS LOW
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
NO. 2 &3 BANK BLOCK.
COLVBR 4 TURK.
2000 LINEN DUSTERS
of Different Qualities and Styles at
Wholesale and ICctail
LOWEST MARKET PRICES,
new cooiis : m:w roods ::
Ho ! Ever One that wishes to buy
OOI GOODS CSIEAI',
.J. 11 alls, Clutrch SI.
Burlioston. Vt., opposite First National Bank.
Thb U the head of the Market The centre cf at
traction. The Hub (not of the Universe hoi) of the
city. I have tast received a full stoek of fiow
(joms purchased at the lowest point in the mirket.
Wc lave the
LARGB51- VARlErV OF
TO HE FOVSn IS THE CITY,
all of which will be made up under tlie superrirlon
of MR. II. D. RIi'HAIlISON in th Latest Style
anl warranted to fit. Also one of the most com
plete stocks ol
Itcadj ITIatle Clothina:
ever offered in this citv.
SPRIXil OrERCOJTS, RVSISESS aso FASCV
COATS, PASTS JSIJ I ESTi JSU BOYS
Geut ruriiililn.i"- Goods
inan endless v.riely PAPHIl COLLARS tad
t'l'FFs, all sues and styles, also the latest style of
Cef. re purchannu elsewhere )ou will do well to
i, e mo a call and thereby be enabled U, see hiiw
i heap -a can buy clothlnr. as lam determined
not t" e Undersold! ami all I can say to my Burn
er us cu.-tumers and thie who are not, give me a
trial aL.I j . u will find It to your interest to save
at. east . 1 1 1 j per cent on all ou buy. Remem
I e fie 1 -at! m, opposite First Nati..ual Bank,
I I arcl. St. Very HesettaU.
Sin- , A. rLA I r.
CLOTH I X G
.ii.i in: to on ip r.ii.
UK Churcli Street.
'PHEsubserlber would respectfully inform the
1 public that he has aseoeiated himselt is the
Custom Department with
Mr. L. Kit EXERT,
anexperieoced FIRST-CLASS CUTTER, who hat
been employed i c the leading houses in New York,
and also for the last ear in the largest establish
ment in this city.
We keep on hand a lare varletv of
t'lotlis, 4Jas.inieres. Xv., aVe.
Which we pleoire owrselves tosaake np m as
Good and Fashionable StylrJQ
as can be procured in any esta! 1-shmetit. Our ex
pDsbenic leaf than the lir;e rstabllshmeatt
tint kc Deary stocks of gooda on hand, we are
enabled to get up our work at prices that can out
be eompete d with.
Plcae Hive tin a Trial.
Sliakopcarc I'aper Collars
of all sixes, i new 1 it just reeetTad at
II EA IHtU ARTERS FOIl
Taper Collar. :m:l Cu(I,
all kinds of which we sell at manufacturers prices.
NO. 2 A, a RANK 11 I.O C la
I' I. A T E D C ( O DS.
Several Kich Tea Setts,
TEA and COFFEE POTS
In pairs or single,
CREAM AND SUGAR DISHES,
Mustard Tots, lee and Slop Howls, lee Pitcher,
Salvers, Cablets, Cup, Froet-racks, Besry,
Fruit, rreserve and Caks Diabea, Butter
I Meets, Liquor Fickle. Breakfast sod
Dinner Casters,Card Keeeivenosns
Ot iter U rary and Creasa Ladles
Tie, Cake. Flab. Butter,
Fruit, TaMe aod Deesert
In short one ef the best assortments ever opened
In thb place of
Good Plated Good.
These furrrffhtnc Hotels or private House, or bay
ing: for presents, liberally, dealt with ant artMcs
furnished of reliable rood quality ; no auction
J. E. BRIN8MA1D.
At the Old Stand (MtahUshed ISW.) Church SL
Please enquire for Goods wanted, as we keep
many ef our FUtcd Ooods in rj.erf not in sight.
VNEW Stoek of Alarm 1 locks some with Look
In; glasses; Ribbon Watch Guards. 6 dosen
fine Raaors and Straps , a variety ef Charm, a
Kood assortment of solid Silver Spoons aod Forks,
plain and figured, at the Old SUmi.Chtireh St.
J. E. BRINSMAID.
E. II. E I. O V D .
.1 E XV E Is Is E It ,
15 1 C IIUKC H STKi: II T .
HAS IN STOCK, bouaht since the decline in
Gold, a splendid assortment or Watches,
American, En;Iiih and Swiss, in all styles of Hunt
Ins and Open Cases. Gold and Silver, embraelntr
some very choice Diamond Set, Enameled and
CHAINS AND CHARMS.
A LARGE VARIETY OF CUNNING DESIGNS.
New. elciant, unique styles orSetts, Half Setts,
Biooehes. Ear.RInu, Sleeve buttons. Scarf Pins,
Seals, Fine Stone Doublets, Ruby, Emerald, Gar
net. Pearl, Amethyst, Eniino Turned, Plain, Ena
meled, Seals and Children's Rlnss, Bracelets, Lock
ets, Gold and Coral Sleeve Catch-ups, c.
IIAIR JEWELRV AND SILVER
Made to order at short notice.
SOLID SILVER COODS,
Rich and serviceable. (Of our own male.)
v.iui.ui. .kwa ui mo unest nuauiy oi laoie
Goods, and articles of utility and artistic beauty.
i inc .iiarmc and Calendar Clock".
Also a creat variety of cheaper time pieces. Spec
taeles and Kye-slassrs, In every kind orbjw and
focus of Glass. Gold Pens and Pencils, Fine Table
and Pocket Cutlery, Baiors, b'clsscrs, Shears, Fans,
Beads, Brontes, Vases.
tjAV-e t m ti n . . .
uiui, iMiAu, roricmoncaies, ic.
We are able to offer superior Inducements to
1 ' '
Haten work will, as usual, rscelve our personal
E. B. FLOVD,
134 Church Straet.
Siju ot the Hie Enslc.
A GOOD assortment btHUJiari". CtUlTotiiilmlt.
laadina Rfin, warranted the best shoolin- rifle
In the market. Kept constantly on hand at No. 1
Bank Block, by BRINSMAID k IHLDRETII.
THE undersigned have Just received afall assort
ment or RxToLnxa Pistols of every detlrabl
pattern,and Carthidgih to at. All of whl.-h will be
sold as low at the lowest, and very much lower
than they are eenerally sold In this city by other
bops. BRINSMAID IIILDRDATII .
Best, ia no. I Bank Block.
EVERYTHING desirable in the pine of beads at
FLOYD'S Jewelry Store.
FIRST NATIONAL RANK.
U. S. STOCK S
atoulit and Sold.
qinEdl0erentsrtasrfT-3O NOTES kept oon
X mntly on hind for immlUle delivery.
U.S. COUPONS, COLD and SILVER
Compound Interest .1'olcs
Certificates of Indelitedness
Pnrchn'cU on Hie most Favorable Term.
BurliBStOB. Mar t. lt -dawtt
If EltCIS AA'TS a ATSOIVASi
IS a n lc .
U. S. STOCKS
itoucirr AM) SOLD.
si: I'i.V - T III K T 1
or all issues,
Compound Inleret xVotes
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
a.Um tnMnhaa and sale ol MlSCKlXA
ooa8tocaad Bo5Dexeeutel with dispaaeh at
REGULAR STOCK EXCHANGE,
GOLD. SILVER and CDC PONS
PURCHASED ON FAVORABLE TERMS.
March II -dawtf
RANKING IIOL'SK OK
.T.I 5 C O O Kit A' C O .
Corner Wall .s. Nnwast St. New Yoilt.
Ia eumectlon with oar house in Philadelphia and
WaaUncton, we have ' f-f md a NEW YORK
HOUSE at above loeatl and offer our services la
Bank. Hankers, and Investors for the transaction
of their basines la this city, meludiBs; parehase
and sales ofGnverauMnt Herarities, Stocks. B.aids,
and Gold. We an constantly represented at the
Stoek eaehaase and Gold Board, where orders sent
as are proacptly tiled. We keep on hand a fall
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES i F ALL ISSUES
buylnc and sell! a; a, current prices and allow! ej:
errespnadeats the moat liberal rat the aaarket
Mar -dawlr. JAY COOKE a CO.
THE FUtST aVATIOXAI
Will from this dato Issue
n i: s' o si t sle crzp ts
UKAKINO PROM I TO II PiSatCIENT.
3 nter est,
Aeaordinf to lenxU ef time the depot It remain t
an saco reoaipw wiu oe
t asiiui) on num&.ito.
Ictereat will aot be paid for a shiTtar time tb.in
THItrTY PATS. n r on aavilier saas faaa F1F! V
BurMnitoa. Vt . May 1-dawtf
RC HANTS NATION Ah BANK.
This Bank Is now prepared to issae
St EPOS IT RECEIPTS
tseitriiu; from three to Stc pes cent.
Interest on aprrlul ajfrcesawsit.
Theadvantii;S "f this sistent f epo't are in
this ono foe: tho money is SAtcNIXsi 1NTE1E&T
and is sUll
Dr.iwalile ou Ucistami.
ROVAL HAVANA LOTTKRY OP CC1IA
Condaetad by the Spaaiah rtovernment.
;3r,0,00() in Cold 15 ravin Krerj 1 J")"
Prises eahel aad lafonaatioa runtstwd ; the
hiaaest rates paid tor Doablooa aad all kinds ol
8M aad after i also f V all OovanuaectBeeari-
TAYLOB CO . Baakers,
IS Wall 8treet, New Tark.
9. late dawlv
VERMONT CENTRAL A.VOSUI.Lt VAN
Commencing MayU, 1866.
num coma south ahd caar.
Laave BorUn(ton at MS A. M., U 40 P. M., aad
Mall Trala leaves Roasea Point at 4 JO AJi..eoa-
sectiBcat W.iitelUver Jaantlon and Bellows Falls
with tratas fo'riosum, Worcester, bpnngftald and
New Vork, arrTtnt at New York at ID 43 P. Motad
with train on raatampsie R- R.
Steam Boat Eiprees leaves Montreal at j 30 A.M.
for Ilurllntftoa, Lake Uearxe, Ijaratota. Rutland,
Troy, Albany and New York, eonaeetlns: at Ror
liuzton with Lake ChaaDlaia Stealers aad Rat
Day Express leaves Moatreal at s.to A. M.,
St.Johns at lu A.M . Ogdensbnxxh at .' 3D A. M., for
Boston, lc. arriving in Boston via Lowell at
10 3u P. M.
Nlstht Express leaves Ojdensbureh at 11.3a A.M.,
MontrealX3ir.M.,Rouse's Point 5.-iPJI.,8t. John
at 4.40 r. 31., arrlrlo" at Boston at A I" A. M eaa
neetingat Bellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad for
Boston aad Worcester and with Vermont Valley
Railroad for Springfield, Ac., aud arriviar In New
Y'ork at 12.30 P. SI.
TUAIMSOOllfl ilOBTO AXD WEST.
Leave Burbncton at 4.2U A. M., 8.4a A. M 4.46
P. 31., 6.3i P.M.
Day Express leaves Boston via Lowell at S. A.
M. for Burlington, St- Albans, Montreal, arriviac
at S.oatreal at 9.30 P. M., Osdeusburjrliat I A M.
Slail Train leaves Roaton at :.) A. U. via Lowell
via Lawrence ami Fitchhurs; at "30 A. 31., Sprint;
field at. 15 A. M. for Burlingtoa, and St. Albans.
Accommodation Train leave.! Nnrthfield at T.r,
A. 31.. Ilurllatrtoi. at H.ti A. 31. for St. Albans,
Montreal and Rouses' Point.
Nlzht Express leaves Bellows Falls at in.no P. M.
recelvine paensers from Vermont Valley R. R.
leavins New Y'ork, at 12.15 P. 31., and from Cheshire
R. R, leaving Boston at SJO P.M., eoanectiai; at
White River Jnnetion with train leaving IWwton at
S.30 P. 31., for Burlinon, Rouse's Point, Montreal
and Oxdenshurg, with Urand Trunk trains for the
Sleeping ears are attached to both the Nlzht Ax.
press trains ninain tictween St. Albans and
uton.and St. Albans and Sprlnglield.
Throu'h rickets to Chicapi and the TV eat for
sile at the rrlndpal stations.
Tickets to Detroit, Chicago and all point West
sold by II. N. DltURV, Asent, No. 2 Imenoan Ho
tel Burlington, Vt Basra je checked taroucji.
St. Albans. Jnco 1. IPft.
RUTLAND AND ISfRLINRTON R. R.
CuamencinsJuly. 136, trains win rua as fl
10.00 A. JI., 3IAIL TRAIN for Boston, Lowell, Wor
cester. Fitchburgb. ErattleboroprhucfitM.IIart
ronl. New Haven, Troy, Albany aad New York :
arrive In Troy at 4.30 P. 31. jNew York 10 JO r. x.
Boston 7.30 P 31.
Tlroaji llaiton and Troy tritiout ctmoe of Ctrl
1.43 TRAIN fer Rutland and intermediate stations.
5.0) P. SI. ACCOMODATION TRAIN to Rutland
arrives In Rutland at 9 o'clock
10 MP. M..NIUI1T EXPRESS.with Sleepla-Car, for
New York and Boston. Arrive InTroy at 4.40 a
M.; New Y'ork lOJJa.K. i Boston M A. u.
Tkmgk to Troy and SoKon tri(SuI ctm; of C-i.
The to o'clock P. 31. and in o'clock A. 31. trains
make close connection with the New York Cen
tral ai Troy aad Albany for all points West.
Frsei tktSoutk and East Trains orrit t at nwlingt.i
) 3 M X. NIQIIT EXPRESS TRAIN.wIti Sleeplns
Hiiivunti, .via uu XlOStOU. XXAVCS ilCW
York at 3 r. v., Boston 5 J3n r. .
8.40 A. M. ACCOMODATION TRAIN from Rutland
leaves Rutland at 6 J) A. 31.
4.13 r. K., SIAILTRAIN from Boston, Lowell, Wor
eeste. Sprlncaeld, Hartford, New Haven. Troy
and New Y'ork.
Leaves Bostoa 7.30 a.m.
' 6 JO, SIAILTRAIN frcm Troy and Now Y'ork
For further information apply at the Union Tick
et office. No. 1, American Hotel Block, where tick
et can be purchased for all of the above routes
and all points West, North West aad Southwest,
choice may be made from any of the various routes,
J. W. WAR DELL, Ajent, Passenier Depot.
I J. W. CART ENTER, Ant No. I American llotel.
GEO. A. MERRILL, Eup't-
Soohs nnd fnlioncrjT
MAGA7.1NES FOR ACCCST.
FRANK LFJLIH-i GAZETTE cf Fashion.
DE3IOREST& 3IIRR0R of Fashion.
For Sale at
July 21, 1. I1CNTINUT0NS.
; HOOT SER3ION3 TO NEWS-BOYS.
LESSONS IN THE LIFE OF CHRIST; illustrated
tiURSYSIPATHIZINO IIIUII PEIEST.
THE TERFECT LIOIIT.
words to ins SOULS.
TI1E BLOOD OF CHRIST.
BEHOLD THE LAMB OF GOD.
CORDS OF LOVE.
THE EARMXT COMMUNICANT.
NONE LIKE CHRIST.
00 AND TELL JESUS.
1IV3INS FR03I THE LAND OF LUTHER.
LOVE TO THE END.
THE SOI LS TOMORROW.
AIDS TO PRAYER.
THE PLEADING SAVIOUR.
DAILY DEVOTIONS FOR CHILDREN.
THE THRONE OF GRACE.
For sale by
July 16. 156. S. HUNTINGTON.
new church .music
A rnllectinn of Nan Cburah Stasia consisting ot
Metrical Tune, Chants, Sentence, Quartets,
Motets and Anthems, deriifBed lor the use or Con
zr orations. Choir, Advanced Sincinc; Schools, and
HY I.. II. SOUTHARD.
This is a col.ectiua of Naw SIci-ic and not merely
a New Cuileetiun jt Old Moaie. The pieces it oon
lain are a various in character as the oeeaatoas
they are deeiaTied toeapply, and will to leund to
posses uncnejil excelleoce. The established repu
tation af Mr. Southard will attract to this new
volume the specta 1 attention of those with whom
really ood music' I a desirable acquisition.
Copies will be sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt
0L1VKR IilTSON 4 CO., rublUhers.
277 WaatdnctoB Street, Boston.
jCMMER REST, by Gail IlasaUton,
anuanar.R anoval K. wiiklo CaUlna.
Til 8 MC'IK SINGER, by Anna Cara Ritchie
(M.i watts , .
RKCOMMENDKO TO MERCY, author of '-Taken
UF.MMINISTRE, author of'Kings Cape."
CU IN DOS, a novel by "Ou da "
ASPHODEL, a Stry.
IN TRCsT.or Or. Be reran. U lloosehold.
LETCREfe ON THE STCDY OF D1STOI.Y, by
TUB U IANT C1TI ES of Bar ban and Syria.
HOLY PLACES, Rev. J. L. Potter.
Ei CB HOMO.
OUR ETERNAL HOMES, by a Bible Studeat.
RSSi I'RD FROM EGYPT, hv A. L. 0. E.
THE POETICAL WORKS o( Thomas Bnettai
THE TRUE HISTORY of a Utile RasamnfBn.
IOS II RII.I.fKllo, Ilia aavinir in his Book.
THE LITTLE THINGS OF NATURE, by Sir
THE BRAVK OLE SALT. Oliver Optic.
POO R MATT, or the clouded iatelleet, Jeaa la.
Iow. For al by
June II. C. O. FRENCH i CO.
NEW HOOK LINT.
r lVlNG.'TONE Expeditioa to the Zambesi
1j and its TMbatariea-
' History ef Ua Jewish Cbaraa, '2d Series by
"In Trust or Dr. Bert rands," by Doaclaa.
"The Yosmc Lady of rTeaawpa."
"R..!. r V S. Wildar
"Aneafortbettaeea'a tasllah," by HanryAl-
trwi l. u.
'Ufa' Morula" and-IJsVs EvdJb"
" Joseph the Jew."
"Loot bat Foand."
The benpttsre Iw of Diveeae."
"Bran old Salt,' by Oliver Optto.
For sale by Ti. FULLER.
XrOLCMB 37 of the Venaoat RepoTts.
Y Keearead asat far sale by
JaneS K. A. FULLER.
9. I). ,V II. W. SMITH'S
I HI) MmST PERtECT AN' KKALIII'LL
MCSICAl. INSTRI'Mr'ST IN THE
WORLD toR llli: MER
ICAN HOME CIRCLE.
Rr7Taaea (17) First Pi sea rami were awarded
vwwMiaavixae in aan? aaaaiui w VCboticr
132, over all ooeapetltora, at dulerest SUte and
The .Imcrican Organs
now before tha public. The only Orsan having a
laevcrlierafin Sound IJOx
orWlNlCHK9T.wBJekaas the saaae Imue-rtant
part to perform a the SouadiBf; Board has In a
Piano Forte (to give body aod reasoaancc
of tone)and without which the Organ becomes
wwwj m jaeiuueou aH aa uraan uase.
Special ait ention b called to the style of A3IER
CAN ORG A N, Xo. 17, eeatahsln; the Super Octave
Coupler and Sab-Baas. FOR CHURCHES In want
oi a powerrai instrwnwnt, whose means are limited
it pnoe renders it very dertraMc.
Kvery Organ i AVarranteil
lo Trove Satisfactory
THE AMERICAN ORGANS all have the Rever
raiin i sounn uox, or ina Chest, aad are finish
ed in the highest it le of art, in Rosewood, Jet,
Walnut, and Oak finish, rlehly Tarnished and Pol
ished, or in Smooth Oil Finish, formin- ele-ant
piece of Furniture for the Parlor or Boudoir s "and
the Oak and Walnut especially adapted for
Cbarebe. Lecture and Lodso Rooms.
THE AMERICAN ORGANS are all finished with
oornewrATKNT Improvements, containing the
- f." u-iiu, anrawu aiciiows, two 1'IOW
. . . ..nMuijv ivulki in no outer instru
NK1V STYLES OF CASKS,
lUchlyl'InUhcJ nnd III;Iily Ornamented
tal?n"i,ill,uvilcd es, eanUinln' cuts
. lr,"J rhetegraphs, shewing their relative
- w .ur, sent tree.
FOIVERS oY STORY,
GENERAL AGENTS FORTJJE STATE.
I K .V T 1 S T R r Z
Preparatorj-1 retlrin; from the practice of den-
tlstrv In Bcrlln-tnn I harn tV.n ....!. .5"
. . r . . suiaiiy ana liioronL'hl v
educated dentist, who eraduated at the Baltimore
Collet of Dental Sarserv In 159. and has been In
successful praetiee ever sW He eame to me "eU
recommended and havlns been with me now three
months. I find him all that he was recommended
I shall remain in tho ofEce with him nntn the
to'tW & rAf hich he will b, associated
,.IU;,,. ,0lL,lBT whoas lam assured by
Jin'xfli n? Pratlced with an eminent den-
practice and experience often years.
I therefore i while tenderlns my grateful aeknowl
edgmenU to Uie pnbUe for a long and Uberal patren
?'ie!?.e.cLfa.ulr '"licit IU continuance at the old
stand, which I shall leave In the hands of two good
"ieutists. both gentlemanly men and both well
qualified to conduct a first elaas dental establish
ment. In the meantime wlU be lad to see my old
ritrcnsat thocEcedurln- the few months that
remain la it. JAMES LEWIS.
Badlaitoa.Aprm7, ISCC. dawlr. 1
TIKE CARE OF YOUR LIFE!
PAT-D. Sept. 5, 1865.
Patent Metallic Sole.
'A NEW ETVENTIOir.
TCwrrtnTnc Feet la the most croBflc cause iif
disease and death known to humanitr It s a!
n,n.t mm to brin? on a cold . aud colds, neglected.
and often when not ceglectcd, lead to fevers or b
cou"hs and latai consumptions, it is is recogni
tion of this truth that the Inventive talent of the
country has tor years been devising some method,
or attempting to devise it, for keeping the feetdrv.
and yet that should not give Inconvenience to the
wearer. Rubber shoes. In one formoranother.have
hitherto been our reliance i nut it is weu Known
as among their many evils, that while they keep
the leet dry rrom external moisture, teey sweat
them over much, and by thus inducing an undue
tenderness increase a susceptibility to colds rather
than t lerwise. They are also cumbersome to tU
feet, aud withal aro very expensive. The demand
Is for something that snail maae toe oruiaar) u.-.t
and Shoe impervious to water, without affect.
their elogance or durability, and. if possible, with
out adding sensibly to the cost of their manufac
ture. These, it will be conceded, are luost important
features, and we conscientiously affirm that the)
are abaolutel jattalnedln the invention herewith
presented to tne puoiic.
The invention consists In inserting between tha
inner aud out :r sole, when the boot is making, a
thin SlBTAixicruTE, exceedingly ductile, combin
ing flexibility with toughness, very light, and
every way adapted to the end desired, while the
additional expense Is merely nominal. Itfarniabes
a perfect barrier against the admission of wet or
dampness, though the feet may be evposed ever so
long upon wet pavements or damp ground.
To Ladies and children the Mrraut SnLts will lie
of incalculable value, as from thir habits of life
and delieaey of dress, they are particularly exposed
to the long train of ills that attend upon aa inade
quate protection to the feet.
Ttese Soles have already been tried by the best
of all tests, actual CSE, and the testimoniaia to
their merits, freely proffered, indicate that tli-
must be speedily and universally adopted by tin
public. Tho Patent Metallic Soled Boots and h
are being introduced Into the leading Boot an 1
Shoe Store throughout the United State, and will
saaulant all forms oi overshoes, except possibly for
deep mud or snow, a the become tnoon. Be
sura to get them and take no other. If Tour shoe
maker doe wit happen to have them, he eaa pro
care them without difficulty. If he will not, then
seed oerslf to the inventor ose dollar and thin,
easts, aad obtain ill pair, assorted dae. with right
to use, which will be promptly forwarced by ma. I
or Mores pre-paid, and which can be made up
any aaoetaaker in the county- Agencse will be
astal liahed in every city and Tillage, and supplied
with Sole and proprietary stamps, at schedule
utbM. aad liheral eooiniiaMon allowed ua sale
AlsuOeaeral Agencies for Mates appointed on ap
DUeatiass, wtth proper testimonials
Naw YoSK, June i, 1-u
The proprietor of the above patent, having r . inc
ia oust let with a patent previously Issued lo..
liam J. Lyman, of Northampton, Mass., covenn.
the aaaw nrfalma awl tmpnrrmm. the chief par
tie Is interest have purchased the same, and, cou.
biniug their interests, hava organised
Patent Metallic Shoe Sole Conipasn.
with A tariTAL or $150,000.
And established a general Manufactory aad Dep t
at 6! John Street. Sew Vork ; where they are ren H
at all time to fill orders for sole of all sixes with
promptness and dispatch.
The attention of dealers is respectfully solicito!
.V jwtmh we ' M'd ' witf " J'1""
eomtnt, tf proCHraolf, lo ortar a ooot or oho wtlSowf
if. Special inducements i flared to dealers and
manufacturers, to aid in their introduction. Price
Lists and general aad special information furnished
on application at the general store, to
A. E. LYMAN,
f r,iJar Am. Pat. ilttalxe Shot Solt Co.
C2 John Street. New York
GRAY HAIR. '
a-" This Is the AmbbobIA trsat RtnssuAa
This Is the Curatsat lay
In the AjiBSOSU that Etos- mad.
This l the Stan who irta bald ana
Who now ha raves toeka, they say.
Lfj la the AXBBOKLV that I
This is the Slaidau, hmadnome and
'Who nurried the man oaee bald and
Wlio now has raven locks, they say.
lie used the AMaaosiA that ing
Thl Is tV rarsoB.nho, t
Slarneu the raaMen, 1
To the man oaee bald and crav.
But who now ha raven locks, they
Becauao ae used the Care that lay
Is the Ajibxmmia taat iSSng made.
Th i. the Bell that rta away
Th Mim the people sad and gay
I nto this fart, which here dor lav
It' vou roa.l not be bmld or gray.
f Me .1 JUJtoaia that Jttn-j rmuit.
L H.TUBBS & CO.. Fiwwerore, PntSEoM1, N.H.
CIIEA11T STOCK. EVER IN XT.'.
Where! I never heard ol it! Youhat'nt,
C SI 1 IV A II A Is Is ,
No. 5, Central Block, Church St. and convince
yooTMlf of thu great marTloa truth, vu
that there is one
GI1E.11 C.IS1I STORE
1 have a large assortment of Gold Band China.
IHaiag a nd Tea Sets. Also a great variety of Plain
White China, conaisting of Plates, Covered Dishes,
Coffees and Teas, ic, Ac.
James Edwards & Son's Plain Roman Pattern ol
Vitriued Stone China, with the China Ulailcr.
which is equally as white and handsome as tlie
nicest or French China, and Is the best Stone China
ever exhibited in the SUte. Also the Idly of V:
Vally, the Pond Lily, and other desirable petirrs-.
constantly on hand, embracing the greatest iar0
or goods ever offered for the inspection of tmseuoi
munity -, all of which can and will be soi l tl.e
very lowest prices, at a trifling advance it, a the
prices or the common ware.
It's no use talking tho chance are bail re
you. Come In and win 9 Read awa . In
can show you an assortment so exten
tlve and varied and at such unprecedented low
prices that it is no nse enumerating them ' Ladies
and Uentlemen come and judge for yourse.ves what
can bo done for a little mocev. I am bound to sell
cheaper and better goods than have heretofore
been offered by any one in this State. It's a sweep
ing assertion but 1 can prove it.
bourTHIKa has DRorrxn What is it' You can
see it at CHINA HALL. I'll teU you.it's the
Call and see ! Look 'era over
Commen Paper for 10 cents per roll, worth 14
" 17 31
Satin a " ' "
as i 35
BronseGUts ' so " 71
Stamped gold leaf HO " " " 15
123 " " " l"3
leo " " " ii
Common Tapers from 3 to 10 cents per roll.
In regard to my stoek or Gilt Paper, It comprises
over seventy-five different varieties, and o tie
largest and best selected to be found in this Slate,
and I shall sell them cheaper than the cheapest.
Mark that Read on Read on 3U0 Pairs ef
Gill WimloiV Similes
a rolls of Paper Curtains of new and richd
Sims 1 Tea Trava in .attc atn..Ti h rfnxaa
Table CuUery or every quality and style ef tie
best goods made la this country.
Silver Plated Ware
AT FACTORY PRICES,
Comprising Tea andTAblo Spoons, Table, Medlaa,
andvessert Porks.Oyster and rickle Forks, Su;ar
bpoons and Shovels, Ear Spoons, Salt Spoons, Ora
tt Lidles. Butter Knives. A(v Ar I'umr, ailver
plated at 25 per cent less than city prices. These
goods were brought during the decline in gold aad
wilt bo sold at corresponding prices.
BRIT A N N I A WARE
. . ption, some new styles of Coffee and
ea rots lust received. l:,3..Ki.ii i.n..,Ai Tnilct
Setts and a thousand other things Impossible to
name In an advertisement. (Vim amf Ammine.
and then buy. Terms Cash, sure pay. small prof-1"-
r if S' I,5'5 Central Block, Church Street
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P. S. Goods reoAlra eMm i ..-i
which wUl be sold at ruinous fates.
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Attorney anil Counsellor
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Olcoorer jrerclianU' Bank, Can ego St.. B
lbgton, VU Hay 1-dawJai
1 V2V .Metallic Sole
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