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THE JBURXilNGTON Vt, FREE VRKSS, FRIDAY MORIS IjSTO, AU&T'ST 3, 186G.
A XICIIT ON JIT. MANSFIELD.
RET. TI1E0. L. CITVLKR-
In umiiuiiy with wy friends, Nichols, of
Burlington, end Lambert, of Brooklyn. I
took a carnage from YVutcrbury to the tnug
little villsf;c of Stowc. that lits under the
shadow f tbc mountain. That ride thro
the foft Rricn farm-country took uie back
thro" thirty years to the days of boyhol.
Thc)uict jural homes nestled under the
mat'lc br the roadside the crystal brook
"lu the leaf month of Juce
Sir.geth it! quiet tucc."
to n as wc drive alons the white "uicct
in l.oii." ettci.Iee tclfrajiliing the villj6
from ofur the net t-clmuMinuMV, with
their tUxcn Had tartiti up to the
wind rtv? to wc the earriapc !-- t!ic cm
cr.ilJ meadows waiting lur the evcthc all
tlitev n jirinJuecd the early borac of my rmy
boud Tu tret imt of the w;;on. and over
the limv, and roll in three luxuriant In-ds of
frHgrant ruM was hd irresistaltlo tempatiun.
'Itird'nn," paid a plantation preacher,
"you will find lay text in tie epistle of
cioirr " "No, bruUder," said I'orap,
" vuu uieanf de t rustle o! lUul to 'Tiniotr. "'
"Hill. well, brcd'ren, raort iny kind oh
urarw v ill dj for dm rannon ror one I
found rich iftunii;e for eye nod tool on
that ride to Stowe, :n the "cpitle ob clo
Wo reached the village at four o'clock.
The lrge, cool, airy Mount "ilanriiclti
lloure." of Mr. Biughaui, id the mudel of a
Furnmcr Initel Tbt only fault I found with
the bwc was that they gave us tunic eoup
and becf-a-ia-modu for dinner ; s-urcly,
their polden butter, "rioccre milk and
isc-crcaui were enough to provoke the raven
ous ptutilc of boyhood again. Vic were
tnld tiitt there are sundry o jinnies ol
speckled trout waiting in the lu uintam
brok ticnr Sto-ae for a good offer on tin
nngler'x booke thi.i tunuuer.
Alter our delightful dinner, Mr. Bingham
brought to tl dix.r a light wagon, with
lour ppiiitcl horrcs, ani we started lor the
'Half-way Ioiiw,"' on the mountain-side.
As wi- approached the lorcttt that licit at the
larc, we could diMinctly detect tbc rcrtui
hluncc to a eleejihig giant's face in the contour
ol the mountain' rumiuit. Toward the
north !it the "Chin" which is the loftiest
elevation. The mouth is marked bv twn
defiles in the rocks The 'Nose" if a flub
bed mound of rock, '200 feet high, rising
clot-above the "Summit House." If his
face is in proportion to his form, the giant's
toco mutt I tomewherc near Montreal.
There is an ancient controversy between
Mount Mansfield and"CauHTnIluinp,"as to
which is the lufticr. It fctms to 1 ecttled
now that the "Chm'' of the furmcr is 200
feet higher than the "Hump" of the latter
the one niece ures 4,350 feet, and the other
On reaching the "half-way house" a
lonely lorn in the forest, we lelt our jaunty
wagon, and mounted iKMiie for the remain
ing mile and a half. Like true-born Vcr-
roonters, these animals are sure-footed. A
lady of generous dimension iu our party
found tl.at, in descending the steep Einooth
rocks in the bridle-path, pony never made a
solitary slip or stumble. The ascent lrom
Slouc requires three bours and a half; by
hard driving the descent can be made in two.
By half past seven o'clock wc were wind
ing along the dizzy verge, and gazing down
into the stupendous gorge of the "Notch."
The night Lad already begun at the foot of
ttie Junes in that abysn. Just as the sun
had set, wc reached the Summit House. It
is not a log cabin of primitive days-, but a
red clap-boarded house, with thirty bed
rooms, cosily furnished. A cow and a flock
ol chickens spend their summer in those
rcrial regions ; but the other provender is
brought up by the commissary-general of
the establishment, a solemn faced mule, who
will carry a larrcl of flour up tho steep
bridle-path, lie has even made the ascent
of the ".N'osc," a precipitous cliff that over
hangs the hotel at the night of 00 feet.
After tea, wc went out to see the moon
n. She hung her silver mantle on the
black brow of the cliff, and made Lake
Champ lain one long, burnished mirror. One
star alter another came forth, and kindled
his watch rc over the Green Mountain
teaks and lar away Mount Washington.
The silence was as deep as " before the
winds were made."
Away to the north, more than a mile,
rises tho obstinate Chiu of old Mansfield,
turned up to the sky with a defiant air.
What centuries of storm have beat down
into the giant's granite face. What wintry
hurricanes have rioted and reveled about
that browol flint! ilighticr, older than
the Iyptian Sphyni, this hoary monster
will live to see the gulden age which the
prophets sang of, and his granite front will
yet gleam in the millennial glory !
A half-hour's scr?rablc over the rocks,
next day, now looking down over the
right shoulder into the mighty gorge, and
now over the left into the placid bosom of
Champl.un brought us to the tip-top of the
This is tho jmint, with its vast bowl ol
evcrutn forests beneath, that Gilford has
so grandly fainted. Less lofty than Mount
Washington and less sublime, Manslie''1
scum an outlook more picturcjoi" , T Prc"
tiful. - - and beau-
V e could sec every
To the e-ast the W' ,unt . m A crm0?.t
tinctly xUVAe "itc Mountains were Uis-niEcent.-.
o the west lay tbemag
,irct;,s .uirondacks, with "Marcy in the
-cntial chair- Old John Brown lies
in his rocky scpuleher over yonder Iieyond
the blue Champlain. On a clear morning
Montreal can be seen in the far north ; the
dome of Burlington I'mveTfity shines like a
silver star on the margin of the lake ; while
Ureath us on the western base was spread
out a bewitching panorama of villages,
meadow-vales, and waving grainfields. The
dark shadows of occasional troops of clouds
marched like army-corps across the superla
Wc were as loath to descend the moun
tain as the disciples were to come down from
the summit of the Mount of Transfiguration.
I should have spent a week there ; for
sermons were floating in every cloud, and
written on every rock. This Hurried letter
is but a paltry return lor what tint night on
Mansfield gave me.
But perhaps some native of the Green
Mountain State, now dwelling in the Lar
Vest, as he reads these lines, may smell
again the sweet breath that blows down
Mansfield's cliffs , and he may well thank
God that he was born in that purest freest
most virtuous of all commonwealths.
staunch old Itenublican Vermont.
TllK GoVlRMItXT asn tl.c Femax Pms n
ees. OnThureday the President sent to tl.o
Houm) a incssasc in ri-jly to tic reMjIutioii
rcqucetinp luni to take etct.s with a v.cu- to
the rt lewM- of Fenians priKner. ile cn
cloxs a oimm-jnicMti)!! (roui Secretary
iSctvard uliu tje that on the 1 1th of June
a communication Wi.s unt u. Sir Frederick
Unite, in which Mr. Seward eiprcfed con
fident t-iiectation that no proecedin; that
Ehall not Lc authorized !iy and he in confor
mity with the law will he -taken aiinst the
captured juvadere of Canada, ilr. Seward
lso tys the representations made to the
L!ritish Government have Ken received and
taken into consideration liy it and the
vmaman autcontics in a friendly spirit.
GOV. MOBTO.V OS THE PtllUBEU'IlIA Co.V-
YExriox. Gov. Morton ol Indiana taid of
the Philadelphia convention and ite callcre,
in a recent epeech :
This call is a formal ditUndment of the dem
oeratic .party, and renunciation of the name
democracy, and an invitation for its members to
meet in convention with such dissatisBed per
sons cf the Union party as can be induced to
unite with them in forminc a new rr ir,;..,; 1
It is a direct confession tht the democratic
party, indelibly stained with treason as it is, is
a name too grievous to be borne, and the cun-
ning signers ol this call, who are tta-ccrinir
under,',, weight, are striving to relieved
selves of the elreaJful Inrdcn. The proposition
to change ita name is a humiliating acknowlcd"-
rncni oi uciear oi aisnonor, and of national
condemnation, which cooM hare Lcea wrunir
.vu AAJtiA vuij min;i tuucnng anu ce-
ccssitj. And vet it will not avail. The new i.
party, whatever name or sh.pe it may assume. .
will he the same oU copperhead concern. Com- I
posed, of the same men, clothed with the same
latory, and plotting the same dishonors and
disasters lo the country.'
One hundred gun were fired in honor of
the admission of tho Tenntxeco rnerabcre at
'Tho Kocdtrfnl ro!rre of Msdleil
;soienee dorian the put tix ftart only
'mikra It po&lble for the rocseisntlons
f Plijsiclan to riUrt, now.thit Conitoisp
tion Uncertainly cared u Inttrmtttmt
'Ftitr anil as ctrulnlr prevented u
Smazllkur.',CinttiE.Kiiig,t. U.I.L. I), ale.
II I . G ' S
IM&deirom the Prescription ofJUr. Cms. E. Kixo
x. n., Li p., Jc J it confidently presecte-d to the
puMIc fur the Prevention and Cure of
C fKT.S TI O.V,
(ix irs uosTaiirAxcEDSTacts,)
fur the nuical Cure of AtmnA. Bbokcbitis. Ci
takeii, and all aCectlom of the Tueoit and Aia
rasfcAbES ; Tor tho Cmtral and Sftriaf Drrangt
nrnocfthehiKrccs btSTZk ; andforall ync
lino! Dittrdrrg bfthe Slnwl mi Bcirrli.
Htnmidiaielt Increase tfce stringtA mndf
the ciitr cf the pair tiooi. It luMu-s the Ci;and
fVirrianddlniinljhejthe Eptauratix llcitclt
Uie alrinfrom nm to fcurttr
a. The afpmit iat once mijeratrj and the
jauaitroftiiy yam 5 the nujk nd the difficult
rrafAnc reedily relieved ; the deep beeomej
culai ai.d rclrhius; the nimafwiif rtgrtar and
idmfarm. All tne general Mmptonu alsappear
Biuj a really t nifhin- rapidity.
The rrebcripiion skould le ued In every case
where tie i'lij m, ia:i Cuniuonly prescribes "Ionics'
Iron, AeM, bark, eioinine, Jod hirer Oil, Wlibkey,
Ac.yirf in crerj ense, by wbateter name known,
In which there uexhibitedany one or moreof the
S V.TI PT OHI S :
lMffiealt or Irre;aUr Ilreithin?, Lo of Breath,
(.ou;h, Ujtlns ol Flesh, Weeding from tho Uiasa
Lou oI&IrcnKtii, LoMIAiipeUte,ueneral Debility
.Mrht hweats, l)1ns Pain, through the bhoulderi,
thest. i-a;c or lamtu, Nervous Headache, Nervouj
i'ruttration, liiddinosa or lintine..-, Kxcesslve I'ale
Lex.bvrc throat. Jroiri.ueM, sieeplefsnej. Sour
ttouieii, ilesrt-buru, Oppreaiion orbinkinsofthe
fiiouucfa, lefureuraltcr eating. Keinittcnt Fever,
Ac ic. and eeciilly In all Female disorders or
t Urine Irreilaritics. roch as Jliflicult, Painful.
&u).j.riet. rscanty. Kxeestirc, Delated, Frerca
lure or too irequent Jleastruatiun.
Malemcnth from Patient-, .Vc.
'Vour Prescription savt.1 ray daushtert life and
aas saved me hundreds of dollars." Iter. K. lien
I'.ibii , Reicfen. . Y.
We bleu tiod for tho benefit we have received
Irotujour l'reiurud l'reMriptlon.'" Iter. P.Paa
Euai.fc, i.loAiiiiir, l'cnn,
"fciery oi-e to whom I have recommended It has
benefitted ranch by Its uw."-Rev. C. 1). Jo.ias.
ilaeine, (Vis. '
UisLE Hoi-sr, AstokPuci, N. V. In the early
part oftebruarv, IsM, 1 was suJerins from a vio
lent coujh, fur which 1 had been treated durin"
six nunihs previously without benefit. I ha3
,Vij(irarjhich .completely prostrated mc. In
the eieninc, bcarnnets woula come on, which
would rroient rue lrom siakms above a whisper.
1 had then had two attacas of hemorrhaco from the
-My familv Phjsician asaured me that he
eould do no more for me, yet I was growing rapidly
worte, and had ten compelled to leave business
for nearly two months. All my symptoms indlcat d
unmietakably, the pretence of Consumption. In
the beginning or Lebruary, ilr. Henry Fisher.
7riiwrri tie Jmtrican UMt Saeirf, presented
me with a little or the Frepabei 1'KK.scBirTio!!
Inalewdatsmyapietite, (which I had enureiy
lost,) returned , within a week, my cough had ai
moet lelt me , and in less than two weeks, the
iyl-icr were broken up. Thencelorward 1
refined strength rapidly ar.d am now reiralarb'
attendin; to my duties u clerk to the American
Mbie bocicty. in wUose emplojmentl base ten
nine j ears. I am now enjoj ins good health. Your
i rescription cfitcted a Cure, wnen my friends des
palredormy recovery. TUVS. J. CUM1EU.
"I have had 'ervoas or Spasmodic Asthma for
eleven) ears. Irorins the hut six jears I have
never had an uninterrupted night's rest. It olten
seemed to me that 1 would die before 1 could ret air
into my lunss. I wu haggard and spiritless, and
suffered so greatly from -inertness of breath.' that
1 was compiled to take frequent rests in walkw -trom
my rcsidccco to my place of businest.
"The night before loouined the 'Patr-AMD
inascBirrioV was tne wortt 1 ever passed. On
obtaining the remedy, I took a tiafpoouful at noon
and again at night, and slept all uuht, without
n,",ub- "o uu a oroaeamgnt'srest since
..." . ? . I no longer lock 'haz
gard.' have gained in strength and spirits, and am
not at all afflicted with 'shortness or breath.' I
shall be glad to haveany cno afflicted with Asthma
call and see me.
"tZIU O. LA.NGD0.V,No. 331 Fourth St. S. Y
The "PnEiMnn l'atsiHiiiio.V'is put Bp in a tl
bottle, and is sold by Druggist generally or order
i?a,i-fdI'??Ml l" tJLe Proprietors, OSCAR
o JlOStb4.tO., CcrtUndtbireet.N.Y. Con-
emtawon jrec. nrcuiars, containing parUcalars of
- ...TOUU; uiaitu, wm in scntfree bj
.?Z1m, Srr.lfn."? A-t-'-firua, II. n. At-
ItELIEK IS TEX MI.N-UTES.
Bryaii-'s Piiliuonic AVaicrs.
EiTThe original medicine established In IS37
the1.""?1 2p?,the tatadSelS
the name or "Pulmonic Wafers," lathis or any
?f,ffU tV' aU ,tl,cr rain"i Wafers are coun
f,r.'S1Hi,ThlS:nalaecaabo known by tLc name
""JAN being stamped on each Wafer.
nearly thirty years, and the immense sale attained
?M.,n'J',,nAai,:rl'a -""iloreiga countries, fully
attest their intnns;e worth. Tho medical proper
eoa,r?pTr','r 10 i;ttr article offeTcfor'the
cure or Pulmonary or llrotchial affecUons. and the
.i u iiiin.muna aaveruseu.
Ilrynu's Pulmonic Waters.
care Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Hoarseness
Asthma, Catarrh, lironchltls, Difficult Urcathin
bpittmg orillood. 1'aln.ln'the Chest, , IrTeiptaJt
Consumption and all ilbca-es or the luns Sal
only aSording temirary reUer, but cHectia- a
rapidandhuangcure tnd aro warranted to -Ire
satisfaction in eiery InsUuee. They do sot nau
seate hie aJcohohc compounds, and the medicinal
prupneucs ar 3 comainea in a lorm so agreeable and
t ,--' uui ay cuua win readllv
take them. One doso wUI always aSfcrdT y
RELIEF IX TEX MINUTES.
To Vocalists and nnblif DnnirM i w..
are peculiarly valuable, they will in one day re
move tho most severe occasional ..,...,.. .-
their replar use Tor a few daya win, t tirnc: in.
fnHlf fl"1MU V efthe voice, great
Ij improving iu tone, coiapaj and clearness, for
which purpose they are regularly used by many
professional vocalist'. '
M.wraJ w.ort "BRVAX," is stamped oa
S,5laer'lind, r-'80 " thefac simile of the
slgnatn-e f the proprietor "JOB JloShS." oa
" PIer, to counterfeit which Is forgery fTTOi
lenoing parties will be dealt with to tho lull ex
tent oi tno raw.
llnTAS's l'CLKOSIc Wafebs are for sale by all
JOU 1I0SES, Sole Proprietor, 27 Cortlandt St N.Y.
oom in iiuriinsion ny d. n. iout, A. v. orEAB,
11. II. AIWAIEB, J. . U ALE.
Trolcssor Van Jlusks
jL,irj;iz MiE.iiEo r,
Having len uted in the private practice of one of
the most eminent Phjsicians In Germany, is now I
ofltred to the twoiile or the United Mates. When
the Remedy has been fubjected to a fair and Intel- First-clas.- Farm and Villncc ihvcllln
ligentrni, it will speedily uke precedence or all I "l uvte.iini
olher Liver Remedies now ln use. It Is the latett
contribution oOIedical Science to the treatment
of that extensivc.troublceome and dangerous series
oi uitoraers growing out or
Dcruiigeincnts oi the I.ivcr.
Few persons are aware of the Debility and Gen
eral j derangement or ttie whole system produced
by a Morbid or Unhealthy Action ol the Liver, and J
et. not one ron in ten is so fortunate as not
to have sulTered in some way from these Morbid
nonunions. Health is or course dependent. In a
great measure, upon the Purity or the Blood, and
the Puriir ot the Blood is directlr dependent mu.n
a Healthful lunctior.nl Action or the Liver.
The disease arising directly or indirectly from
Affections or the Liver can not. otcourse, 1 enum
erated in a brier advertisement ; nor Is such an
Prof. VAX IIIISKIKK'S
GREAT GERMAN LIVER REMEDY
Stri.cs at the root of all Diseases which originate
in iiciansemrnu orthe Liver. Jaundice. Acute
or enronic Anections or the Liver, Dyspepsia, Sal
low Ceuntenance, Sick Headache aie promptly
and radically cured by Frofessor Van liuskirk'j
This medicine is purelr VegeUble, and does not
contain either rfT.Urrn.rjt, o, CiiM;r,
bold by all Druggists. Trice one dollar per lit
tle. Ask lor I'roltscor Vas IIcssiirk's Great
German Liver Remedy, and take no other One
uoiiur ana iiiiccn cent, eitner In stamps or In cur-
me-lieine bv return m.ll .t.M "
A.Aiis.DiiVlEA;-,tol,r- J' S'C1"'
El ic Health Strength.
Eif c Health Strength .
Eit c HealthStrength .
Hunlrerts an-l tLoufanda anntnillvrimiiramafnta
m Lcn. if Hey woula re the Uroat French
DR. JUAN DELAMARRE'S
bthfllHATKIl SPACIF1C PILLS.
Preiaredbr GabascikceX Dcro.iT.No. lit. rue.
Lomiard, larls. lrom the prescrfntion or Dr. Juan
Del.rn.rfe. Chie? Physiciii h. "iw rl dS
rtord ou LanbMsire. a f.lr trt.i h. r.-A I 'r
lma.ediate relief, and. In a short time, bo lully re
stored to Health and Strength, tit Is used In the
I'isiwcv oi u-.uj eminent rrench pnysicians. with
uniform success, and highly recommended as the
only positive and Specific Remedy rbr all persons
sufleringrrom General or Sexual Debility, all de
rangements of the Nervous Forces, Melancholy,
s-permatorrha-a or "Seminal Emissions, all Weak-
i-Ji "r . .7 1 "cesses or l onthful
'v " J,acalr Enersy, Physical
B,clt nd Urnbj, impotency, e.
I M.pnuv;, V.
AO I an 'HI r, Mnra.) ... A s (J .fit .
lmmciut and almost miracnloni chane it nro
docea in the detUiuted and shattered tm. In
S?i l !?!ndB 1nnrirIIe1 Mn tnlaillng cure of
-m."?"' T' C"
r"l tb most delicate eonstltutloi. '
rJ? - p. ei!.PfniE.f.D.u Particulars and di
any address wben r.vtn.,
V ..V.- ... i w
IwSrs.DI,0llrPer 1,0X5 or Pive
Sold by all Druggists throughontlthe worlds or
will be sent bv raail. securely waled from all ob-
crired Vt ' 'PWia'd Price'
Aetna Iiisurancc Conipaiiy
Capital and Surplus, $1,200,000
8. t R. S. WIRES, Agents.
Home nstir:titcc Coinpasiy
OF NEW YOKK.
Capital and Surplus,
S. i R,
S. WIRES, Agents.
ThcInsCooS A'orth America
(IccOrorated 1794. Oldest Company In the
Capital and Surplus, $1,800,000.
Perpetual Ins. granted on first-class buildings.
S.iR.S. WIRES, Agents.
OF NEW YOKK.
Capital anj Surplus, $1,200,000,
S. & R. 8. WIRES. Agents.
iflcf ropolifan Siisurnncc Co.
OF AEW YORK.
Capital audSurpln-, S1,GII,1 18
This Co. returns i net profits to policy holders.
3.1E.O. WIRES, A gents.
OF OSWEGO. N. Y.
Capital and Surplus, $2o0,000
Incorporated In 112.
S. Ji R. S. WIRES, Agents
Phicnix Insurance Company
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Lapitnl and !nrplu-, fljOOCOO
S. i R. S. WIRES, Agents.
IVarrasraiisctt T.ifc .71. Ins. Co
OF PROVIDENCE, R, I.
Capital and Surplus, 00(1,0(10
S.iR.S. WIRES, AgenU
Isamar Tire Insurance Co
OF NEW YORK.
Capital nud Surplus, $ I07.38R
S.AR. S. WIRES, Agents.
OF ALBANY. N. Y.
CAI'ITAt, AX'D SURI'MJS,
S.R.e. WIRES, Agents.
IViagara Fire Insurance Co
OF NEW YOKK.
UAI'ITAI. AXD iL'Rl'I.CS 1,300.000
This Company Insures detached farms and til
uwcuings, tnrco ears, ror j per cent.
5.1S.S. WIRES, AgeaU.
Isorillaril Fire Insurance Co
OF NEW YORK.
t-AIMTAL. A.VU Sl KI'Ll'S, Sl.IOa.OSI
This Co. returns 1 net prolltj to policy holders.
f. It. B. HIRES, (iencral AgenU.
Spriu-Hcld F. Ac .11. Ins. Co
OF SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
AiU SCRI'LUS snoo.ooo
S. 4R. 8. WIRES, General Agents.
iYorlh American Fire Ins.Co
OF NEW YORK.
-wsa.il. AAII MRl'M'S 7jO.OO().
hoWers11'0'1"" pr"fit "torned to VUy
S. A R. S. WIRES, General AgenU.
AnnliCAtlon fnr n.f.. ft...!., ii . .
?Jr ? ln i-ernV!n,L w'rn New Hampshire
and orthern .New York, should be made to us as
IIh rse.aU.M1,.lsBJr "lrintendenU for
Fire and Inland inmnnM .w.n i. 41 1
years, allowing U,e Insured to receive hai-k Ir,ff
mrce-Iourths the nrr.nt. . t ..... , : . . '
I, ; . : .i n iun as Uf miKO
u",-th?sVcomVanie?:fnCh 10 ,nJa"
.??J.V V not paired, and the insured
"ta of these Companies rurnbh perfect Indemnltv
for " louses. '
.it. VTfVK.": "A"L '"ir."BtP"'tlie'rs cash
WITH THEIR CONTENTS
Imurtd Hrtt if or, for kitof eie r,r ant. f.r tie
Losses liberally adjusted and promptly paid at this
S. A R.S. WIRES. Accnt.
.TlanliaUan li(e Ins.
OF NEW YOKK.
Imia I Company comment? iu operations In 1KG0
?hL' ?"'PtIici.",are K"ted to those In sTund
health both on the Joint stock and mutual plans of
Insurance thus affording to the public " ePadvan
S 57. Cf 5 V ''lta " f one instl.
tution. The lowest rsl.nrn..n5n. i . .
that can be adopts d finish reI.i e suVu7
to the assured and perpetuity to the company.
TAis company km abtadf paid i,r l,ri),0ij .
XOX-FORFEITIXC LIFE POLICIES
Frfmlainjinavbsii tuM fntiv t it..
"uai pnjments. at opuonor the assured. This
slanls mmendedtothepnblicas it gives to the
assured the lull value of all the money paid and
being comnletee In rrW nr .kiu .. i.'.Tfr
r -"ry aaa uoui icn a-
"""u, Kucs enure exemption from
Z., ,CZ .i7..rm?u" 'u" ,M "me
"TO'T ronrnwo mdoot rouces
inese are made payableat death or on attaining
-r-T- iicuuums paraoie in ten annual pay.
171 a Tit fl TTi ja haIIah V . . . . f . . J
I -'""fi iwouics uon loneiuDie ror one
tenth Ot amount ntnrnl f.i,.ihin...i
insuring in this plan have all the advantages or
e?.r"i' lu "lo'valent value, payable on the assurer
attuning the civep age or at death should It occur
sooner. Whole life, short term, endowment and
annuity policies i Issued In all their various and au-
proved forms. Printed documenU containing full
nfcrmatlcn furnished without charrre.nrl .? fl
j . wi iucai actua wanted in every town
and encrretla and it m ,
vuiuiu. ita uiur.
- ..iu. wMii.iiuiujueiiipsnr,
d. &- n. o. HIltES.
..... . . Agency SupLs
t ermont and counties
n New orfc ... .n,.,"
UJYDEn T.IKE n,
KAXcrAcrnLra aid deaxzs la
Collins and Burial Case
A In Wood and Metal, of every style.
LL sires constantly on hand or made to order
In any required style.
Corra Tammxes of all kinds, Name Hates
Shrouds i. Cravats, Collars and everythlne required
"flei' h"d nd furnished at short notlc.
r.i?iiir?h,CoaIfJJanJrl'onr',f Uo night, If
required, as 1 sleep la the same building.
FCSIKAU ATTE5SKD, WITH UUUI.
Apply at any hour of day or night to
BirUnjton.Harelm l&f5' Co"wEt'
ANOTIIKK XBW SKIRT,
MS O V- T O V.
The Most Klcgitiit, nracefiil and Sen Icc
ablc HOOP SKIRT
Recclved the first premium at the KerchinU'
Exhibition, In competition with the best New Vork
and New England makers.
These Skirts have been adopted by Messrs. A. T.
STEWART CO , of New York for their retail
trade, to the eiclu.-ion 'fall other makes , also bv
CHANDLER 4 CO., "f Boston and by all First
Class houses throughout the country, tot their best
!! sure and ask ror the BON-TON PATLNT
SKII1T. For sale, in all siies. by
12 1) V A KI IslMI Ai,
Jobber and Dealer la Foreign and Eomestle
if it v a o o if s,
Corner or Church and College BU.
STILL T II i: V V. O .11 K.
Another Lot ol thine Choice
J'arasols Sc Sun Umbrellas
andtUVKRV LATEST In
11 OOP SKI U T s.
a new thing much' prettier than Colls; also
fur Trimlnc Skirts, a mw thine very pretty and
OPKNEO THIS DAY AT
The lnrsPit Stock ot
Carpets ami 'H Cloths,
I5IST I'L.CE TO rOKCllABB IN THE CITY
wmi ,v rum's.
NO. I r.VIO.N lll.Ot'K.
OPKX THIS DAY PLAIN WIMTK
on a. i.vsf i r. .7 use i.ys,
u K I?i Al i iv s-: .H A iv is,
DELU'ATJ: SIIAI1KS I.V
.llc.ramlrc Jiitls, etc., etc
SUITABLE TO THE SIUSON, AT
ISA Church Street.
Juae 15 dawlf
?rVt. ' ' V.
SI O X I A V, J f 1, V 2 Sd, IS no.
PLEASE TAKE SOTICE.
ON andAITP.R THIS DATE wo
remaining stock of
rill offer our
E . C E
I O I .1 T S,
LAMA WOOL GRENADINE
MUSLLXS AXD MOZAMMQUES,
KRKXA.IiI.VKS AXI IIKItABES
Paraxols Sun Umlircllas
A LOT OF MOSZAMKIQUES
TIFO SIIILT.J.YGS TEH YARD.
11 imn invii,"
Summer Ircs Good,
PLAIN & EM15RODERED GRENADINES,
rres t varlat.r also
M'H I JT E II E II. Hi E,
F A 1ST lS
nearly evory style And quality.
Prom .'Sets., up to $6,0O.
t.,i , EDWA It" BARLOWB
15 Church Btreet.
FORSPRIXG A.VI) SUMMER.
We are now opening the
COMrLETESTand BEST SELECTED STOCK
neatly llade Clothing,
EVER EXHIBITED IN THIS STATE
We are manufacturing our own Ooods. and
thereby save a profit pH by merchants t Manu
facturers; and with the experience wo have In the
business we flatter ourselves, that we can get up
ItcKcr (.ariucnfs at a much
than any other establishment ln the State.
TIIESnPEP.MRITVOr'OL'ItOiODi In man
ufacture and 8TVLE of 'UT over goods generally
bouglitlleady made. Is aeknowle-lge-I by all, to
which wo especially
call the Attention ori'iirrlms.crs.
irK cj.r jxn inr.r. sei.i. our goods as i.oir
AS THE LOITEST.
XO TROCHLE TO SHOW GOODS.
NO. '2 & 3 BANK BLOCK.
COLVER Jt TURK.
200O IiIXKX OUSTERS
of Different Qualities and Styles at
WhOICMiIe and lEclail
LOWEST MARKET PRICES,
for sale at No. 2 3 Sink Block.
COLVER A TURK.
new noons : ni:w roods ::
IIo Ever One that wishes to buy
noon oois cheap
.'. riatts, Church St.
Burllcgton, Vt., opposite First National Bank,
ThU ! lite bead fifths Market. The eentre of at-
traction. The Hub (not of the Universe but) of the
citv. I have lust received a full ste or new
Goods purchased at the lowest point in the rairtet
He have tno
LARGEST VARIETY OK
TO CE FOU.VD .V TMa: C7T,
11 of wbleh will be made on under the supervision
oIJlR. II. I). RICHARIiSON in the Latest Style
and warranted to lit. Also one or the most com
plete stwrks ol
Heady .Hade Clotlmis
ever effered In this citv.
SPRI.VG Ot'EKCOJTS, BI.V7.VE.V5 JS'li FJXCt
cojTS,iryTs ..yo i ests j.vu boi j
dieiits ruruislilii floods
In an endles vsrletr. PAPER COLLARS and
CDFF3, all sites aad styles, also the latest style ef
Ilebre purchasing elsewhere you will do well to
give me a call and thereby be enabled to see bow
cheap you can buy clothin;, as I am determined
not to be Undersold, and all I en say to my num
erous customers and loose wno are not. give rae 1
trial and yon will End it to your interest to sav
ttuut in t a 1 ner eent on ail voa bur. Re mem
be the location, opposite First National Dank,
Church St. Very Respectfully,
Mav . A.PLATT.
C LOT II 1 X O
.11.1 If E TO Oil It i:n
MG Church Street.
ri 'HE subscriber would resuectfullv infirm the
1 public that he has associated hiuuell in tho
Custom Department with
.Mr. L. KRKXKHT,
anevperieneo-i FIRST -CLA88 CUTTER, who has
eeen employee in ue leaning nouses in iew s ora
and also tor the last year In the largest establish
meat in wis ouy.
We keep on hand a large variety of
Sloth, Ca-siincrcs, So?., Azv
Which we pledge ourselves to make upia as
J-GooJ and Fashionable SlylegZ
u eaa be nroeared in anv establishsaeht. Oar ex-
peaces beinc less than Use large establishments
that keetilseavy stocks of goods on band, ww are
eaaaiM to fet up oar work at prices uai eansH
te compete a witn.
Plcusc -rJIe u aTiial.
July S-dawLT. L. KRENERT.
THE VERA" LATEST.
Shalacspearc Paper Collar
stall sites, 1 new lot juit received at
April 25 COL ERA TURKS.
loolis nrnl Inlioncrjj
MAUAZI.VKS I'OIl Al'GI'ST.
(10DEVS LADVS BOOK.
FRANK I.liiLlF.- GAZfcTTBcs Pasfckm.
DKilOIUinv JIIRROR of Fashion.
Fur Sale at
July 21, 1. HINTINOTONB.
gHOQThERMONS TO NEWS-BOYS.
LESSONS IN THE LIFE OF CHRIST: dlaHrsted
uies 31 1 a 1 11 iii ti uiuii ruiavr.
THE rKRPECT LIOHT.
WORDS TO WIN SOULS.
THE RLOOI) OF CHRIST.
REI10LD THE LAMB OF 00D.
CORDS OF LOVE.
THE EARNEST COMMUNICANT.
NONE LIKE CHRIST.
00 AND TELL JESUS.
IIVJIN3 FROM THE LAND OF LUT1IBR.
LOVE TO THE END.
THE t IIANUEDCKOFS.
AIDS TO PRAYER.
THE PLEADINU SAVIOUR
DAILY DEVOTIONS FOR CHILDREN.
THE THRONE OF GRACE.
For sale by
July IS. I-!. S. HUNTINGTON
XEW CIIL RCII ML'SIC
A Collection of New Church Musto consisting ot
Metrical Tunes, Chants, Sentences, Ijiurtets,
3Iotets and Anthems, designed lor the use of Con
gregations, Choirs, Advanced Singing Schools, and
IIT I,. ILSOI'TIIAKI).
This is a collection of New Mc.lc and not merelv
a New Collection or Old Music. The nieces it con
tains are as various in character as the occasions
they are designed to supply, and will be lound to
possess unusual eieellenre. The established repu-
uya 01 air. Boumaru win attract to tnis new
volume the special attention or those with whom
really good music is a desirable acquisition.
Copies will be sent by mall, post-paid, on receipt
rrlce, ll.M a copy, il3.50doi.
OLIVER IiITSON 4 CO., Publishers.
2T7 Washington fetrcet, Boston
gUMMER REST, by Gail Hamilton,
ARMADALE, a novel by Wilkle Colli as.
THE MUTE SiNOER. hi- Ann. IV.. CIt.M.
KhCOMMENDED TO MERCV. author of'-T.WeT,
S.r:uSJa,6i,lE' "thor or"KIngs Cape."
CHANDOS, a novel by "Oulda "
ASPHODEL, a Story.
IN TRUST, or Dr. Bertrands Household.
LEtTURES OS T1IK STI'nvnlf lllsmi-v .
Til E II I A NT CITI ES of Barhan and Syrlas.
.. . . .... u J , i.c , . . u. j D I r i .
OCR ETERNAL II05IES. by a Bible Student.
RISe'UEI) FROM EGYPT, br A. L. O. E,
THE POETICAL WORKS ef Thomas EucLann
TK.T?,V.K.msT01u ' "' Ita'amuffin.
JOSH. BILLINGS. His saj Ing in bis book.
THE "TTLE THINGS OF NATURE, by ilr
ji m i Lie ' UlliiUUrjs
THE BRAVE OLD S.1LT, Oliver Optic.
POOR MATT, or the elouded Intellect, Jean In
gclow. For sale by
June It. C. O. FRENCH k CO.
XEW ROOK LIST.
"T IViNGETONrTS EapedlUoa to tho Zambes
'History of the Jewish Church," 2d Series
"In Trust or Dr. Bertrands," by Douglass.
"The Young Lady or Pleasure."
"Records of S. V. 8. Wilder."
"A Plea for the Queen's English," by Henry
fred D. D.
"Life's Morning" and "Life's Evening."
"Joseph the Jew."
"Lost but Found."
"The Scripture Law of Divorce."
"Brave old Salt," by Oliver Optic
For sale by E. A. FULLEC.
June 1. lsCS.
VOLUME 37 of the Vermont Reports.
Received and for sale by
Jone 9 E. A. FULLER.
MAGAZINES FOR AUGUST.
GODEYS LADVS' BOCK.
DEMORESTS 3IIRR0R OF FASHIONS.
For Bale at
JnlySI. 1E. HUNTINGTON'S.
I- L. LA1VREXCE,
Attorney and Counncllor
9 T JL .f If,
Ontaeovsr Wen'jtals' Bank. Oll.r ki n
Uaitn,VL Nsr I-4aw
FIRST .VATIOXAI. BAXK.
U. S. STOG K S.
itSoiixht and )!tl.
MIKdllTcrentsMlesofT-'IO VOTES kept con
stantly on .lin'l roria.mer.iu aesivery.
tJOI'POXS, :OI.l ami SII.VKIt
Compound Interest .Votes
Certiticates oJ lutlehteduess
Purrli:tcl on the mo-t KaroralileTVrms.
Burlington, Marl. 1066-dawtf
IS a n lc .
U. S. S T OCKS
IJOITOIIT AND SOLD.
S E"E.V - T II S 21 T 1
or ALL ISSUES
Compound Interest JVotcs
Ccrlillcatcs oT Indebtedness
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Orders fur the purchase aad sale nl Miscsllae
otJi Stocks and B0.1DS executed with dispatch at
REGULAR STOCK EXC1I.1XGE,
IN NEW YORK.
COI.O.S1I.VER and COP PONS
PURCHASED ON FAVORABLE TERMS.
H.iXKIXR HOUSE OK
.1.1 1 C O O KE A' c o .
Corner Wnll .t XiikMiu St. New Votk.
In connection with our house m Philadelphia and
Washington, we have opened a NEW YORK
HOUSE at above location, and cfler oar serrices to
Banks. Bankers, abd Investors for tec transaction
of their business in this eit, laeladlas; porch sea
and sale of Government Securities, Stocks. Bonds,
and Gold. We are constantly represented at the
Stock eichange and Gold Board, where orders sent
as are promptly Oiled. We keep oa hand a fall
GO VERNM ENT SECURITIES OF ALL ISSUES
During and selling at current prices and ailowiar
correspondents the moat liberal rates tha ssarket
Mar 8 -dawlr.
JAY COOKIE CO.
THE i'lKST iVATIOiVAi
Will from this dato issue
HEARING PROM t TO 8 PSK CB.VT.
Aeeonllng to length of time the deporit retaaias
AU soch receipts will be
CASIIKI) OX DKMAND.
Interest will not be paid for a shorter time than
1 iiik s i.,vi a, nor ou smaller soma Laa
BorUagtoo. Vt , May 1 dawtf
RC HANTS .VATIOXAI. HANK.
This Bank Is now prepared to issue
If E P O SI T n E CE II'TS
he-nring lrom three to five prr cent.
Interest on spcrinl n-reeniciit.
The advantages of this st stent of c epos it are in
this one fact : the money is E1KNINU INTEREST
Drawahle on Dcinaud.
ROVAI. 11.1 VAX I.OTTKR1 OF CP Ilk
Conducted by the Spanish Government.
SIIGO.OOO in t'olij Drawn Kvery IT Dh
Prises cahel and infonxatioa furnishe.1 . the
nimssrr rates paid for Ltoanlooas and all kinds ot
esura aaa luvar ; also tar all lioverniaent Securi
TAYLOR t CO . Bankers,
It Wall Street, New Yor
9. l6 dawlr
YKltMOXT C E.VT R A L A X I ) S U L L I V A X
Commencing May 1 1, 1866.
rasi.ts doiks sobtb slid east.
Leave Barlineton at
msa. si.. ia.p. si.,
1 . .-u
Jiaii train leaves Houses l'oint at 4.T0 A.M..aow.
nectm; at V .dte River Junction and Bellows Falls
with trains for Boston, Worcester, SpringSeld aad
New York, arr"vins at New York at 1(1.45 P. M.and
wuu trains on 1 aseumpstc it. it.
Steam Boat Etpreei leaves 3Iontreal at S 30 A.M
for Burlinon, Lake George, Saratom, Rutland,
Troy. Albanv and New Yurk. ennnrinirr n,..
lln:ton with Lake Champlain Steamers and Rut
Dav ExnreM1 leaves Montri.a1 nt A Irt s i
tt.Johns at in A.M , Oi;denhur;h at ." 91 A. 31.. for
Boston, Ac. arriving in Boston via Lowell at
to JO 1. JI.
Nlzht Exnress leaves Odenshtirirh stiimi t
3Iontreal3.3P.3I.,Rouse's Point S.P.3I.,St. Johns
at 1.40 P. 31., arriving at Boston at 140 A. 31., oon
nectins at Bellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad for
Boston and Worcester and with Vermont Valley
I., . wjuiiuuBK, iiuu arriviur; in iew
1 ora at r. m.
teii.ibcoi.io sonin akdwest.
Leave imrimtftnn att.jii a. m q 1-. s t . -
T , , .. r. ,7 f 1.1a
1 11.. D.1U r. ill.
Dav Exoress leares Rnslnn via r.nw.11 a ,i 1
31. for Burlington, bt. Albans, .Montreal, arritio'
at 3Iontreal at 9.!ki P. If ni.rf.n.Kni... 1 '
3lail Train leaves Boston at T.ihi x t r-iii
via iwrence ana t itcnaur: at 7.30 A. JI., Surinc
neid at 7.4., A. 31. Tor Burlinjrton, and St. Albans.
Accommodation Train leaves NorthSeld at 7.IS
a.ji.. iiurunstoi. 11 u a. 31. ror St. Albans
Montreal and Rouses' Point,
Nlzbt Express leaves Bellows Falls at in 1.1 v m
recelvinjr Dassenrrers from v.rmnnt v. n-.- tj n
Isavins New York, at 14.15 P. 31.. and IrtKn Cheshire
iv. iv. icatiii boston at z.m t: n , oonnectin- at
White River Junction with train Irin. n,,r ..
S.ai P. JI., fr Burlinrton, Rnue's Point', 3IontresI
and Ocdcnsburj, with Grant Trunk trains for the
Sleeping cars are attached to both vi.i,t j.
press trains runnins between St. Albans and
Throazh rickets Ut Chlfn nri tts. ..
falo at tli e Prin final i tat Ion,
Tleketf to - Detroit, CbteaKo andall poicU West
oia nv ii. 1,. iJuuKi , Arent, No. 2 Aiwrion Ho-
St,AlbaniJ.ne t. ISaS.
RUTLAND AXD RURLIXGTOV It. n.
CvmmencinsJulya. lSf-6, trains will run as M
luvi Brrt votAif .
I0.W A. 31., 31A1L TRAIN for Bos'ton.Lon u-.
New Uaren, Troy, Albany and New Vork i
Tkrowj I. RoMtan and Trov srillaur isA...
.43 TRAIN fer Rutland and Intermediate stations
.00 IP. M. ACCOMODATION TRAIN f Lo iSl?B
arrives In Rutland at o o-l,t
10 mr. J.,N IG IIT EXPRESS,wlth Sleepln: Car. Rr
I,,w J ori 'l Boiton. Arrive la Troy at 4.4.J i
u. -, New York 10JO a.m. . Roi(,n . V. . 2 A'
"r.eje lo Tr.y a4 Beiron WHo.l ei-w,, 'o'c.-..
The It) o'clock P. 31. and HI o'clock A.M. traTnV
rrr . ... wunme Kewrork Cen
tral at Troy and Albany ror all points West.
Fr.m Ike Soulk and Eatt Train, arrive at Bmrhnjt.n
3StVZ "el' S "T EXPRESS TR.VIN,with S eeplne
Cars, from New York and Boston, tcaves New
York at S r. sr., Boston SJM p. sr.
8.40 A. 31. ACCOMODATION TRAIN from Rutland
leaves Rutland at 6J2Ct A. 31.
LIS p. sr-, MAIL TRAIN from Boston. Lowell. Wor
SdN'ewYo'rk1.1'1' Urtfort' New "aven.Troy
Leaves Boston 7 30 A. v.
6 JO, MAIL TRAIN from Troy and New York
For further Information annW t ,i,.it.i.- -n.
etcOco.No. 1. American llofel Block, where tick
ets can bo purchased for all or thV above routes
and aU points West. North w..t .Zj SI?i.2uA."
fronBSr.rnrtor' "'"'Tarlou. routes';
J. W. WARDELL, A-ent. Passen-er Denot.
J. W. CARPENTER; ASmt; No" AeriSS Ilotal.
OEO. A. MERRILL, 8ip't.
P Is A T K II COO DS.
Several Rich Tea Sett,
TEA and COFFEE POTS
In pairs or single,
CREAM AND SUGAR DISHES,
Mustard Pots,Ieo and Slop Bowk, Ice ntchers,
Salvers, Goblets, Cups, Frost-racks, Berry,
Fruit, Preserve and Caks Dishes, Butter
Dishes, Liquor Pickle. Breakfast and
Dinner Ca--ters,Card Recelvers,Soup
0 iter G ravy and Cream Ladles
He, Cake, Fbh, Butter,
Fruit. Tablo and Dessert
In short ih of the best assortments ever opened
In this place or
tLsOod Plated Goods,
These fumttUa;; Hotels or private Ileuses, er huy
lBCferprsseats, liberally. dealt with aai artlelcs
furnbbed or reUahlo good (jaallty j ao auction
" J. E. BRIN83LVID.
At the 01 Stand (established 1633.) Church St.
Pleas ennnire tor Goods wanted, as we keep
taany of our ?lat4 Goods in Tapers not in sight.
. viftr u 1. ..t ii..m (liwVeanHM with Look.
A lnc gUsses; Ribbon Watch Guard. 6 doaea
Sao Raaars aad straps ; a variety of Charms, a
ol Msoriment of solid 8iler Bponnsaod Forks.
plain and Bgured.at tke 01dJst?.t8i)
i:. It. FLO YIJ.
A TCIIM A K E K
.! E XV E Is fs Ii It ,
15 1 Gil UK C II STIt 1: i:t,
1 , iu iv cmrrc KAnht ainee the decline
Ji tiold. a splendid assortment of WaMssej,
. n .n.1 Rwiu. in all stvles of Ilnat-
ins and Open Cases. Gold and Silver, emhrassasf
some very choice Diamond Sett Enameled and
CHAINS AXD CHARMS.
A URGE VARIETY OF CUNNING DESIGNS.
V nnlniM atrles of SetLs. Half SsttS.
Biooeb'es. Kar-Rins. Sleeve buttons. Scarf Pins,
Seals. Fine Stone Doublets, Ruby, Kmeraled, Gar
net, t'ean, abmlotk. coiitiae i" 1 ", ;
soeled. Seals aad Children's Rinis, Bracelets, Lock
ets, uosu asa uorai oieevc iiku-um"!
HAIR JEWELRY AXD SILVEI!
Made to order at short notice.
SOLID SII.VKK (.OODS,
Rich aad serviceable. (Of our own make.)
PLATED "W ARE.
a mmnlsitsi stock of the finest Quality of Tal
Goixls, aad articles of utility and artistic beauty.
Pine Jlarble and Caleiiilur Clocks.
nrfetv of cheaner time bieces. Spec-
tiis bbH s:s).srlAsae. in everv kind of bow aad
feeas of Glass. Gold Pens and Pencils, Fine Table
aad Pocket Cutlery, Raiors, Scissors, fchears, Fans,
Beads, twoases, v eses.
T o i I e t Articlcx.
ildkt. Atd Glove Boxes, Portemonasuee, lc.
We arc able to offer superior ladaceaieats
Miwkii.M BtaeV la the aresat and Sesl
selection and quality la this vicinity, eoasistias: of
fresh uevr good, boajht and to be sold at very low
P"wttch work will, as nsasJ, rxeive oar personal
K. B. FLOYD.
1M Church 8trt.
Si;n ol the I tic Ktssle.
1 nnnii ssmnsssiiit nsr ffiifim .r, rifi i tid tftTifi
J itmHrnt Hat, warnuUed the best stoottms: risks
In thm market. Kent ooastantlv on hand at N
Bank Block, by BR1NSMA1D St HILDRETIL
vrjB anderstKBed have Just received a full aasort
saeat ef RsrroLTina Pistols of every dastrabl
nat tam-mast Caktbidcbs to St. AU of wauh will ba
sold as Ww m the lowest, aad very mask lower
than they are r-nerallv sold la this city by other
Heat. ls No. 1 Bank Elcyk.
-1VKRTTIIINI, dssdrabU la the 'Jlaa of beads
risvi sra Jewelry aaore.
FLOYIFB Jewelry Store.
S. D. .V II. V. SMITH'S
TIID MOST ri.RrKiT AN. UEAVTIFI'L
-MISIOAL INSIKL'MENI IN IKE
WOULD FOR THE VMER
ICAN HOME CIRCLE.
rtTS.eBtu (17) Firs Pieasrasai wet awareVsd
") te Aisertena Orsis In the saoatk of OetoW
r a u eon peu lore, at ausereat Stale aad
The .'Imcrican Organs
are toe only
iCUAIs IE K BSD OICsliS
now before Uie public. The only Oran having a
ikcvcrncpatiny Sound IIOx,
or WIND CIIriiT, which his the same Important
K V, i . oouaaing toard has in a
no Farto rta i,.. .-.i
- "w-w-wisi iu vrgaa iak.
Soesiil nit entloa ia v.1Ia.4 in ka s ir.n
s-e r . .... . . swi iwitvjtji isiiJAaVIs,-
ynuA r. 17, eontalalsc the Snptr Octave
upIerairfba-.DjlM. FOR CHDRCllS in wact
i ICT I """uii,aoFo means aro luxate!
isvery Orran is V:ifi-.ni(,.ii
10 i-rovc Salislnctoi'v
THE AMERICAN nnnsvw .n k... .v.
beratin ' Bound Box. or WinV. rw . VJ'?
Fhe oik . " , ,r ',"r luo 1 rier or Bomlolr and
Church r"': "fPted
our niw Patpvt """l3 " En''td w.th
imnrnvw? i.--. i? '"f""", containing tho
lla?s and TRVtmr U ?0QJ? Bo""", two "Blow
iisiais, and TREMOLO round In no other lostru-
STYLES OT CASKS,
RIclily rini,l,cd au.1 Highly Ornamented,
JllU'trated CaUlees, conUinln- rnf.
tnm Fhotographs, showInS their kSj
siio to each ether, sent free.
M m m mm . . .
GENERAL AGENTS FORTIIE STATE.
T"B NEW BOILER
ISb,T,rf unaV'oid'ahl0? f25 l "hih t.
ailed, and lJW rapidly
SteXULhel "'l WPUF xuted at themark.t
CLVREilONT MANUFACTURING CO.
M ' CUrmst, U. U.
fTSEthe best self seallne cans for your Strawhe,
U rles and other Frails. Call aad cxisaiae
HARTS. 4 Bank Block.
SCC AH. CURED IIA31S
No. 1, Bosk Block.
July C, IS66.
Tl ASPBERRY SYROP at
A GOOD assortBteat of
HAYING aad ILVr.VBSTI!f6 TOOU,
RMpias ssnealnea. Mowers, Uay TeoVWrs, Settbes
atuvtas. Forks, hand dras;al Horse
(Rakeo, Griosl Stones, and
Al' WHOLESALE OR RCTA1L.
DRIED REEF! dried dkkp::
at 1IART3. No. 4. Bank Block.
SALMON, MACKREU IMCKEI.KD A VD
4 LL in inc order.
A. at HARTS, 4 Bank Block
Jane 4. InCC.
LITTLE RIANT HAY FORK.
1 HE latest simplest and best hay elevator ir. n..
1 at PDRCE-S
1 rut DOZ. HAND R.KK8 at wholesale,
1UU at PBIKCE'S.
SCYTHES, SNATHS AND FORKS
A T MANUFACTURERS PRICIB fcr the trv!.
.DOS. GLASS FRUIT
CANS, at WholcaU
I )Y a Idy and tsentleiuaeats in the Kuisj ox, .
JL tlurei. Address. '
Jlayja dtf. P.OBOXni.
HOT KOI.I.S "
UroiVii Ilr end I
SEND la your orders tot Hot Rolls aad Bos', n
Braa Bread, delivered dally before 7 a. a
J. T. A J. R. BASCOM.
Mala 8t- opposite Post Office.
CrocI:cr, China, Class and
Xu. and 3 Union Hloefc, Church Street
The undersigned, proprietors of the above estv1.
liahtaent, desire to call public atteatiaa to the;:
Iswrcasei! tacilitics fur the better acconvmodati 3
of their patrons. They have not only greatly en
larged aad beautified thefr salesroom, but hav;
ewrnspundlngly increased aad iraprcved their
stock. AU goods named in the foUowine list Uev
will oiler oa the most reasonable terms, at whole
sal aad retail, vis.-
of anllty and very desirable shape.
plain, cold band aad decorated, is setts or assort,
Table U're,KereBC Lama.
LiiMts-rtsB suui t'haisiteKeis,
bam the cheapest to the richest designs, and ail
goods pertainins: to the lamp trade, such a
' CHIMNEY 8, BCCNKR8 AXD WICKS.
LATED flOOSS, of " Bonn BrcV and " Red-
acta st mcex
TABLE CCTEERY, of the beat maartfsrtare.
JAPANNED CHAMBER SETTS, and RIC 11 FAM Y
Baca as FANCY COLOGNE SETTS. VASES, LAVA
aad PARIAN GOODS, ic.
Aad they would ca'.l especial to their -t.jci. if
Cialh and Paper HViiflw
Shades and J'i.rtitrcs,
I!. O. 1YIKRS it CO.
March rth. 1566. wtt
.11 .'I It IS EE If" O RJS.
rP UK Subscriber would rewpeetfally 111.1
1 the citixens of this County aad vie in"
the place to set the
Bcisl Varictv of I?3arl!c,
rllilSBkP 1ST THK SKST STVLk ol TS ABT fa) at the
WoausncHtv. f l?ail-Stes,Tabrt,JIIrTnv
Shelves. At e.
oraisbed at short notice aad at ro-iaoaabU rate
H. If. PHELPS,
bfaop iaCoaeart Hall under Tlsaes Otftoe.
BarliBKtoa, Hay 3, last tsCoa.-
II. II. ATWATBK.
Hriisrjrist and Apolliccary,
CHURCH ST.. HURL1XCTO.V VT.
SUI1L IN ES,
Fresh Congress Water.
co.TrsTj.VTxr o.v hjxd.
It II.I.I A R D
TA 15 I. ES.
NEW PATENT COMBINATION CCSHIOS,
Superior to anv now In m. TL. assJnsat
players and most competent jadgas have pvea
their unqualified approval of these Tables.
ernes ncom at 10s seirntry at. nostou.
This i4 the Aicr.oeu tSai Eiag r1
This lj the Cora that Uy
la the Abikhu thit Eiaj cuJs. -
This Is the JIa who wit bsAI 1:1
JVho now lias raven loetJ, they jsy.
He usshI ttv rstr . 1... t...
In the AjiBEoaiA that 12nj nil.
This is the 3Iahlen, handsome tal
Who married the roan once DaM sal
Who now has mm IvV, ttvv ut.
He used the AllCEOSLt that 12M
This Is the rarson.wbo, by the f.
jlarricd the raaidtn, handsome al
s man once bald and tray.
Bat who now has raven licks, thJ
Because ho ucd the Cure that toy
la the AMrtTiosiA that Rise: zaad.
This Is the Bell that rinffs aivay
To arouse tho people sad and (rsy
Into this fvt, which here does tJ
It you muU not be ball oraraj,
use the Ajibxosi.1 that Kug wle.
L H.TUBBS & CO., PEOFaincfS, Peteekii!0', K.K.
tVOS BEST in roarl.t aad the tieaM't at