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THE BUELINGTON, VT. "PEEE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- SEPTEJIREI: 7. 1800
The New Oilcan JInwacic.
Tiic t Boris of tbc coj jcrfctad ptos to
Cei-cive the loyal reoplc of tlie ISortli at to j
lhc true character of the New Orleans inas
i-acrc ol July 20l!i to ioalo tlx in lelicve
tliuttlip affair was only a not. fttr which s
tiuiuiiii't c-mientija and some frctdmen in
the meet were solely reBpoiwiljle tint
though the jolicc wire TerhH untirotpanTi
ly ronj-Ii. snd m lyhap killed a few more than
there w:.n any nbsiolute need of. jet under
thce-iremniitaiKVii, they wcic not murk to he
lilamtil- that the PtifMrnlV urcvi4u oideni
were all right on'l jir"T, and that eiwi
(iene-ral Sheridan did t impute atiy gocat
Maine to the inunteit-TK who shot down n
reflating ninl oaceettle mm, women aa4
chilJret.,1 veil when hfKSpng for their lint
will i.run- an iilttr lailorc. Oradtwiiy the
truth cooiex oeit via., that the evnveintiiii
bji. a inrmln and peawabk aaspriablage
convened (or r loyal nurtwap and that the
ittitrk tin iln nienibiiH. was a pre ii-Uxtuitv-d I
nlhiir. idsniicd rod inoTid.it fur bv eomi- oi ; U bathe the bet and person, to tender the skin toft
" 1 , , , ." . , , and fresh, to alia) liAimm&lUms. to perfume cloth
Uic inon atrocious- rebel- of the place, ol , Ice. for heulada, it, it isiaanu aeturedfrom the
.1 .i . I neBSoBtfcera MomoJla, aiid is ohlainlcir a lutren-
vrnom .Mftvor .Monroe was imo-icni i'-
Woody di of that day, only ,.... l-d h,
themarreat Fort I'.llow, won hut a ,strt
of a j-encral "dan to enttjawrer, dmcout
from New Orleans or ernsh out a!! w-ntiment
which waa not in j.rfcet accord with that of
tho jilottctH and executor of llic atr.ieioun j
deeds of that day. Tire 1'rauiknfii Birwoge
and order were not nuch aa to frueirate
thre-e iimrdi roan plan, but ea h a sre-i
talon to t-iHMtirase them.
It is nutiernble. moreover, that Ihr r-e-tratore
of these murd-ers are yet at large and
unuiuliflal. awl the jiower of what civil nti
thority there is tlierc.ui only in keeping
in innlii.e merit what Jew Httm'trv d tins
convention were lefta!ie, to tried (or a
prriended plot to inaugurate a rendu! mn in
t'.e Nute of Ijiuissaoa ly mean of v.ite '
Oeiitr.il She. ridan's despatelK, Civt jmi.
lirheil in a garbled form, w as to convey a
fabe iintirewion of hi ojamon?, have at
length appeared, containing hi liold di nun
ciatiuim of the inexcusable murdith nhieh
were eoumitted,and hie U-lief that t!n-y
were planned befarehand, and that lit inrtrn
uicnti for their euiBmiiii.n were mleeted,
and provided with arms accordingly. In an
swer to particular inquiriin additw-d to
him hy 1'rthident Johnsno, under date d
AugUbt -1th, he tcplUd, nnttrr date oi Au
gut Cth, as follows :
CEMIE.IL SI1EB1IIAS TO lllK PBr-IM:M.
Ilia Excellency Andrew
the United States :
hsTe the honor to make the following teply
to your dee-patch of August 4lh. A ery large
number of the colored people marched in pro
ctiMOn on Friday nijht, Joly 27th, and were
adJmsi-l from the Eteps of the City Hall hy lr.
l)cstie, cx-Govcraor llahn and other". The
fpeech of Dcstie was intemperate in language
and tcatinicnt The speeches cf tliC others, so
fir as I can learn, were characterized ly moder
ation. I have cot given you the words of Hoe
tic's t retch as the version published was denied,
hut from vrhat I have lear&cd cf the man, 1 1.
lievc they were intemperate.
The convention assembled at twelve M. on the
uOUi, the timid members atanntirig themselves
LecauM (he tone of the general pu'olit: was omin
ous cf trouble. I think thciv cre hut about
twcnly-s'ii memliers present. In fi-t of the
Mechanics Institute, when- ! n'cetiog was
held, there was assembled m i.ie e. I-., i ien,W'
intn and children, perhaps iiins-n . r twenty,
and in tiie Io.titute a nnmlu r cf c it.ied men.
probald- one hundred aad fifty Araung those
outside and inside, there might h" een a pis
tol in the peseefson of every tenth man. About
one P. M., a procc-ciuu of iy frurn 'ixty to one
hundred aud thirty colured men. marched up
Burgundy street and across anal street towards
theconuution, carrying the American flag.
These men had about one pitcl to every ten
men and car.ts and clubs in addition. While
crossing Caiil ktreet a r, n-torieJ. There
ueie many si-ctators on ti e siiei-t. and their
manner ami tone towards the proeission was un
fritaidlj. A shot was fired, by whom I am not
able to state, but believe it l hae been by a
policeman or some colored mta in the proccicn.
This led to other shots aud a rush after toe pro
cession. On arrival at the front of the Institute
there was some throwing of b i.-k hits by both
sides. The police, who had ben held well iu
hand, were vigorously marched to the scene ot
disorder. The procession entered the Institute
with the flag, about six or eight remaining oo!
side. A row occurred between a policeman and
one of those colored men, a ".hot was again fired
hy one of the parties, which led to an indiscrim
inate fire on the building, through the window,
hy the policemen. This had been going on for a j
the window of the Institute, whereupon the fit- '
ins ceased and Ihe police rushed into tlie liaild
ing. From the testimony of wounded men and oth
ers who were inside the liuiMing. the )licemen
opened an indiscriminate fire upon the au lietn
until they had i-nipticd their revolvers, whu
they retired, ami those inside barricaded the
doors. The door was broken open and the fir
ing again comuienc d, when many of the colored
and white people either escaped through the door
cr were passed out by the policemen inside; bat
as they came out the policemen who formed the
circle rearest the building, fired upon them, and
they were again fired upon y tlie citizens that
formed the cuter circle.
Many of thcc wounded and taken prisoner",
and otters who were prisoners and not wounded,
were fired upon by their capteisand by citizens
The wounded men were stabbed while lying on
the cround.and their heads beatenwithbrickbats.
In the yard of the building whither some of the
colored men bad escaped and partially secreted
themselves, they were fired upon and killed or
wounded by policemen, come men were killed
and woun led several souares from the scene.
Members of the convention were wounded by the
pchccintn wLile in their bands as prisoners.
some of thrin mortally.
The immediate cause of this terrible affair was
the ssse nibling of this convention. The remote
cause was the bitter and antagonistic feeling
which has been growing in this community since
the ail re nt or the present .tlayor, who, m the
organization of bit police force, selected many
desperate men, and sopii f them known mur
derers. People of '! i . 11 it were overawed
by want of cmfi lence iu the Mayer and fear of
the "thug',"" many of whom he had selected for
his police force. I have frequently been applied
to by prominent citizens on this subject, and
have heard tkem express fear and want of confi
dence in Mayor Monroe ever since the intimition
of this last com entien. I must condemn the
course of secral of the city papers for support
ing by their articles the hitler feelings of bad
. . i
is io iu-- mrru..iM iu-iuuci m wnir.i ine crnj-
vention wa broken up, I feci obliged to confess
strung rt iiugnance. 1 1 is i.oeioe to attempt to
di-guiH-- the hostility that exists on the part of
a great many here towards Northern men; and
this unfortunate affair so precipitated matters,
that there is now a test of what shall be thesis
tas cfNorthcrn men; whether they can live here
without being in constant dread or nut; wheth
er they can be protected in life and property,
and hate justice in the court..
If this matter is permitted to ever with
cut a thorough and determined prosecution of
those engaged in it, wc may look out for frequent
scenes of the same kind, not only here hut in
other places. No steps have as jet been taken
by i he civil authorities to arrest citixens who
were engaged in this missacre, cr poiieemtn who
perpetrated tccb cruelties. The members cf the
convention have been indicted by the Grand Ju
ry, and mzny of them arrested and held to
As to whether the civil authorities can mete ;
out ample justice to tbe guilty parties on loth j
sides, 1 must say it is my opinion unequivocally, !
that tbey cannot Judge Abel, whose course I 1
have closely watched for nearly a year, I now i
consider one of the most dangerous men that wc
have here to the peace and quiet of the cily I
Tbe leading men of the convention. King, Cut- I
ter. Habn and others, have been political agita I
ton and arc bad men. I regret to sty that the '
course of Governor Wells his been vaailhtiag, !
and that during the late trouble, he hss shown '
very little cf the man.
V. II. SHERIDAN.
Msjor General Commanding.
Tuir fasten' ox iiiu. Tlie Montpclier
Freeman savs : , ,
We have seen a circular, in which Mr. llxxlcr
maVcs a general denial cf all charges or corrup
tion. He does not, however, explain the facts
already made public, and which seem to fallen j
upon him some cf the chtrges of corruption. I
.loci m: magnolia.
A toilet delight- superior to any Colocue used
; aseqoua aapieeaucnled It is a favorite with
j ttgSZSEZ JU
, .hAT.'ltjTrKK. sold by
Jj'' f'" "fiaetl) F. i. n btltrle fa
wen thare - merj tine." If a Mt 'owlej " la t
'Wb. tjok IlatUtkn Bitter. ; IX tie (alt
iSr21!L'W 1,0 tc,k "antatlon Hitters . if he
jaeaaaaBpetite, jas weaV. UbebhI or mentally op
Eiifi ,look. iMUtiou Hitters; and titer
m '"" on Jta ns naaro and firm,
few person -t any better authcrit) . but as
- -j r" imn loiiowiar
U ""ntolioaJDIttanhave saved my life
RK . W. JI. WAtiOKER, Madrid N. V.
. . .. , '','0 feat sufferer
. ..j. .. to aiM.m preactilnc.
,1,, . ,TVe,"u,!'n ilnters eureit
me. REl t. A. MILLVrooii, Sew York City.
. , I In! lost all aiinetlte-wai
JiT?'.iaInlt?er';'? ' evuU ''ardly walk, and
had a rrf et dread of society. ' The
!:.. I : li:. . i J .... l
-"." imp nTe mi me all rl-ht.
, JAMES IIKIM WAV. tCliotoMo.
i -e i Tlia riantation Iiittertbate
eared mof adensnaie! t of the Kidneys and Ur-
c;.H-..3'P.OKE, Br.cway. N. V."
LVi,,W,',laprf the Union Home
hTi.? Soldier.' Childien Ae rtn
iwl?!. ,Bd .,B"l d children under her
w i" ' . UW!" " - -a graurj-ins results.
rtH?.-iT'.,'Bd "I" ' "'"l reams ir
tXi. n" d,"t--emeeit Is so effective as
"Bat people themwliei ! ol a good article. Oor
swtane and oar repctatiun m at stake. The ori-tn-al
quality and high chancier to these goods will
SkTHikiJl t Ti V a' " circumetances.
Tbev aarealreadt-ahcjm.Mrf . .
village, parish and hamlet among civilized nations
!l,.'2'r',iftmt" "r our and
. ht in' " beeaitfe ; t article eaa
lMttasoWas low as a pn ,r onef they find sim
-,?iV0or CMrd- te onr Private starai.
RAK? t Co., New York Citr.
AH.iioiuM'KI.(i W.tTEK. sold by all
OVER A Ilr,LIO IlOI.I.AriS SAVED.
Gentlemen : 'I had a negro man worth i I 200
who took cold from a bad hurt Is the leg, and was
useless for over a ear. I had nsed cterytbingl
could hear of without benefit, until I tried the
Mexican ;iDKang uniment. it soon eCeeted a
iloowoaejy.Alj-, Jane tr, 15W.J. L. DOWMNO.
"I takepleasuioin reeominending tie Mexican
Mustang Liniment as a valuable and Indlspensible
article tor Sprains, Sores. Scratches or etallson
lionet, our men nave u-ed It for Burns. Bruises.
sores, lU.eiimatisui, ir. and all say it sets like
magic." J. IV, HEWITT,
Foreman fur American. Wells, rargoV and Ilar-
"The sprain oT my daughter's ankle, occasioned
while statin: last winUr. waa enttrelr cured In
one week, alter she commenced using your cele
brated Mustang uniment.
tiloucester, JIa., Aug. I. loss. ED. SEELV."
It Is an admitted laet that the Mexican Mustang
Liniment performs more cures in sho ter time on
man and beast than any article ever discovered.
Faml les, livery-men and planters should always
hate it cm hand. Quiet and sure It eertalnlr is
All genulae Is wrpned in Heel-plate ecsravlngj,
bearing toe signature uf O. W tVestbrewk, Chemist
and theantele L". b iUrapof Dimas BaasasivCo.
over the top.
Anellortbas been mads to counterfeit it lih
a cheap f tone plate lstiel. Ijfk tiuttiy t
C.IH..4IOGA SI'RI.Nt; WATEU, sold by all
Il i a mt delightful ltairDie..-liij;.
It eradicates scurf od daadralf.
It keens the bead cool aad eleaa.
ft make the hair neh, soft and closet .
It prevents hair taming itray and foiling oif.
it restores bair apon arrauuwa bald beads.
This is jtut what IiVoaN Kathalroa will do. It is
pretty It U ebeap dnrahU. Itlsliterally sold by
ehe ear-load, aad jetiu almost Ineredlble 'lemasd
U dail iaeraasiBs;. until there Is hardly a country
mw TimiiiT' n.c hecp it; orsuuaiiy tnax iiis nr
E. THOMAS LYON. beou-t, N. V.
NtHA lDf.-A fcl'ltl(; WATIlit. !. It l.y
.11 i uuu.
Who woald not be beaatlfal Uhn wouM cot add
the b beauty? Whatgliea 'lit suarble purity
and diMtinovr appearanoe we oliserve upon the
stase, and In the city belle It u no longer a se-.
iret. Tbev uto Ilaaxn'.i Magnolia IValm. Its con
tinued use remove tan, frwkles, puuDles and
cougbBess, from the face and tends, and leaves tho
complexion smooth, transparant, uioominz and
ravish toe. Unllko many cosmetics, it contains no
material injurious to thx skin. Any Drugdst will
order it for you, if not on hand, at STets jier bottle
n r iiAu.tti, iniy, A. l. t aemisies.
I) K t
SAHATOC V Sl'ItlVf; WATKU.sobl byal
llctmstreet's InuaUabb, Hair Uolorin: U not
ve. Ail fnataataneOBadveM are aemiieMyl ctlumur
.! , Wl UMI, VI IWIIWinik IUU IIUOIIV
lruty of tbe hair This t the orlsinal Hair Color.
lac and baa teen rrowlr' m favor over twentv
tears. 1 1 restores gray hair to Its original col r
by gradual absorption. In a most remarkable man
i.er. It is also a heanttf ul h.lr dres leg. Sold Iu
two sii . cents and S 1 by all dealers.
C. HfclMSTREET. Chemist.
SAISATOSA M'KIM; YATER, told by all
Lvoa1 Kxvract or rune Jamaica clixarR-fcr
indigestion. amea, Heartburn. tUck UeadacLe,
llra Moron, riitulenc, Ac where a warming
stimulant Is required. Itsi-aretul preparation and
entire purity makes It a cheap and reliable article
foreulmarv purperea. ioM ererwhere,atsncts
per bottle. .st for "LvonV Tore extract Take
SAHATOC I SPRINK W tTK R sold by
AelJin Bitsuraitce 4'oitiii:uiy
Cnplla! iiuii Sin plii!,.
Kioiiic Stis:ii:tiice CtiMipniiy
OK NEW YOHK
fnpltlll and Surplii". $ t,7.r(l,lt)(l.
E.iH.8. TrVlltMH, Agents.
'S'lirlitsCooi IVorfh Atiu'rit:i
(laeerporated I7M. OWelt Uoiuiuay In the
Putted States )
Capital mill Sui.luv, J I.SOO.OIK).
Perpetaal Ins granted u Rrstlas butldinss.
S. A R. 8. V. IItm. AgraU.
OK NKW YOKK.
rupitalaiiil Murplns, $l,V0(t.OI)0,
S. A It-tLWIRktl. Agents.
,l!olioiioiiia Ihviii'.-hu c Co.
OF aEW YOH1C.
Capital and Suidu, $I,ftl 1,1 IN
1 his Co. returns I net pruSts to lisj boUers.
S Jr R.O. VVlftlJl,AxMiU.
OK OSWEGO. N. Y.
Capital Hint Suiplii., i-i."tl,(l(IO
In orparatcl Is l-Ji.
8.1IL8. WIKBs. Agents
SMi(i'iii I iistiraut'o Coiiipany
OK llAHTFOltl). CONN.
Capital and Surplus $1,000,700.
S. A K. 8. XVIRKe), Agents.
."tnrr:i;niii((l I.V .lJ.Iiis.Co.
OK I'ltOVlDKNCK.l!, 1.
Cupilal mid Surplun, $eir.0,000,
S.A It. c). WIRES, Agents.
Lani-ii Fht IiiMiraiit'e V,o.
OK NEW YOKK.
Capital nnil Surplus, j 1074188.
S.A R. 8.WIRIB, AgsaU.
Coiniiicrcc Iiisiiii-niicv Co.
OK ALBANY. N. Y.
VA I'lTAI. AXD SURPLUS. 6 lit
S.iPS. WIRES, Agent.
iwi.i:rnra five liisuraHt-r ;o.
OF NEW Y0I1K.
CAPITAL AXI) St'llPLCS sl.SOO.OOO.
This Lomnanv liumrM t1t.iliA.l r.,. ...! n-
lage dwellings, three j ears, for i per cent.
!iOiillarI Fire ticsiirauct:Co
OF NEW YOKK.
CAPITAL AND M-RPLI-S, l,IU2.um
This Co. returns 1 net proBts to policy holders.
.-. E. a WIRES, Oeneral Agents.
Sin iiilit lil F. A: .u. Uih. Co.
OK SI'KINGFIELU, MAS.
CAPITAL AXD SURPLUS tllOO.OOO,
8. i R. 6. WIREb, Ceneral Agents.
lQui-iii j&iiiui-iran i- ire t:is.;
.' if. - earn.
OK NEW YOKK.
CAPITAL A XI) SURPLUS 7oO.I(ll,
nrtv ner essit or net nrtfi. ,,in,u.i i. uju.
k.,M. r ' '
H. R. s. WIRBb, Oeneral Agents.
Ai !icl!.,rji lor at;ele for tie three lutnaMd
Lompanies in Yatanet. Western New llassnshtre
and Northern New York, shoe Id be made to usai
General Agents and Aeenev Hm,vfntnA.t n..
said Companies In said territory.
t ire aad Inland Insurance taken in the above
woiea arm class t'omuanles, in the amount of
I io in. twk
Dwellme booses and their cMlenta onrf fan.
l-rty cenerallt w.Il lie linured far one or a twin of
uieinjureu to recem iek searlr
thrte.fourths the i.n4ts at rates so low as to loale
is an object to ail iiavlmr stub proterty to Insure
to try these Companies.
Premium notesare neit rentilrMl.aiui il.. iun.1
incurs net liability to assessments; the larre ea as-
rirsl-rla.s Faun and rillitsro ihti llliiL-
WITH THEIR CO NTKNTS
famrfif Ikrtt yr.vt fa hmlf enr f,r rru .r Mr
Losses liberally adjusted snd i romi.tli wld at this
S... K.S. H ill ICS. Aceiitn.
itlaiiliatiau C-itc in. f'o.
OK NEW YOKK.
f PHIS Company coramcnceil Its operations in isai
X and has prosecuted a suMenffnl and reliable
business slnco.Policies are granted to those in sound
health both on tho Joint stock and mutuil plans of
Insurance, thus auordinirtotheTiiibiti eh ..ri.n.
taxes cf either sj stem at their option in one insti
tution. The lowest rates of premiums are charged
thatcan beadontedanJfarnI.hrMni.it .ju.,i3i.-
to the assured and perpetuity to the company.
Tkit company kat already paij oter $l,(Xn,iRn Aw
ioum ana oitr 1 joy"! m JinJeaJ. Io
policy AeJeri .
NON-KORFEITINC LIFE POL1CIE-
Premiums maybe paid singly or in fire or ten an-
. t irjimiuu mc ussuien. inn
nlan Is commended to the nnbllm. te ie. .i..
assured the full value of all the money p,J an I
octu i-uiupiricuin eany me, wuillt the partlesare
vltrorcusasd hopeful, cives entire exemutl,.n fnu,,
ps3-ncnts or anxieties in advanced life, its value
cannot be too highly estimated.
XOX rORFEITIXU EXOOII'MEXT POLICIES.
These are made payable at death or on attaining a
given age. Premiums payable in ten annual pay
ments. Tho policy becomes non forfeitibls for one
tenth of amount Insured for each payment, parties
insurlnz in this plan have all tho advantages of
a savings Bask, as the naiment cf ureintnm.
cures Its equivalent value, payable on 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
proved forms. Printed documents containing full
information furnished without charce and ent free
by mall. Good local agents wanted in every town
and encrsetlc and reliablo men employed on favor
able terms to travel for this company.
Gen. Agents A Agen:y Supfs
for ermont and counties ofSaratoga. Waihington,
Warren.Essex, Clinton, Franklin and St, Lawrence
V .V ERTJI K Si IS,
i 1 XAKtrrAcruBnt asd dealer is
Coffins and Burial Castes
In Wood and Metal, of every style.
ALL sites constantly on hand or made to order
In any required style,
i Cornx TatsnfUGS of aU kinds. Name Plates
Shrouds, Cravats, Collars and everything required
constantly on hand and furnished at short notlc
I I can furnish Coffins at any hour of the night. If
I required, as I sleep In the same building.
FtnrauxjATrxaoED, with Hiiiti.
' Apply at any hour of day or night to
c.issi.in:iis: n .v .v,
ix :t atsl I plt.
Will I K SIIAKKK AND ANGOLA ;
Colored Velvet Mbbotis,
II ALL WIDTUS.
and anotlier lot of tlio-w
nhieh priced to be tha
F.1VORITE OF THE HAY.
now In itoek and lur sale at llting prices, at
v a : i: it r. sts .
OI'EXEl) THIS OA Y
A X A S S O K T M K X 'V OV
Choice Styles of
I) R.N S S GOODS,
Stiiiabli' for the Seavin
) A It I)
II A It 1.11 WS
loG Clniirl) lrtn.
A XtlTII Kit XEV SKIRT.
Jaet received at
St O .V- T O A
The Mt Ilcsiint, f;raect'ul ami Sen ire.
H 0 0 V SKI R T
Receive ' the Trst prerarum at tie Merchant--"
EihlhilioE It -p'it ,n with tha test Kcw York
snd New Echini ruaktfi
These Skir . havi' been a : piei'y Mee.-J A. T.
STEWART 10 . f New York for their retail
trade, to the exi-lu. n ' fait tUtr makes . also by
CHANDLER tn . if 1). .'..m and by all Flnt
Class Voufj thr i: fie eumtrv. for Uielr I -est
I I e tail trade.
I Be tare en I ak f..r the BON-TON PATENT
SKIkT. For sale, in all sues, by
JobW and Pler In Forelcn blkI Eatnttte
it it y ; o o it s,
Ooraer of Church sol College Bti.
Thu Inrgeait tln-eX ol
Carpels antl Oil Cloths,
BtBT I'LACE Ttt PORCBASKIKTIIIICITY
.Ml. I UNION It LOCK.
Siiniiner G)res .'ooN,
1'I.AIN .1 KMBKODEKEI) (1KENADINHS
ri.JII) UKt X 1IHXES
In neat varietj also
n a i t b: is j; n a i;,
very nice, and
F A N S
in nearl) eicry stile and quality.
I'l-oin ilck up to $s,0O.
at EDWARD BARLOW'S
ulv o. tX Chnreli Street.
M (I MM 1 , J I L Y 2 3d, I K Oil.
PLEASE TAKE SOTICE.
-vre and AFTER THIS DATE no will . trercur
v remaining stock or
Js .1 C Ii
P O I a T S,
MVSL1SS ASD MOZAMMOUES.
CREN.V DINKS AXD II Ell AG EH,
ParasolN & .Sun Umbrella.
a lot ok moszambiques
ril'O SIllLLl.VGS PER YARD.
" BEE HIVE,"
rOR-SiPRIXC AND SUMMER.
We are now opening the
COMFLETESTand BEST bKLKCTED STOCK
ilcaily llailc Cloth iu
EVER EXHIBITED IN THIS STATE
We are manuftrtarinf our own Goods, and
thereby save a proCt paid by merchants to Manu
facturers; and with the eipertence we have in the
business we flatter curtelrcs, tbst we csl set up
Kvt lev faai-iiici.i.s nf a iiuicli
than any other establishment In the Ktate.
THK8UPKrtmilITYOFIlURaOOI)3 In raae
ufacturo and STYLE of I'UT over goods generally
bonshtlteady mide. Is asknowleigel by all, tn
call the Attention of Purchaser.
irt: cj.v j.iit mi.i.sr.u. our noons js i.oir
:js the r.oirEsT.
SO TROUHLK TO SHOW COOIIH.
NO. ' AS BANK BLOCK.
COLVER 1 TURK.
300O LINEN DUSTERS
of Different Qualities ami Stylet at
Wholesale and Retail
LOWEST MAKKKT 1' KICKS,
for sale at No. - 4 1 Rank Rloet.
COLVER 4 TURK.
NKv :oons : nhu e.oeiDs::
IIo ! Ever One that wishes to bay
mmii i.oiius ch!-:ai,
. J. rialts, Churrh SI.
tSurllngton. Vt , opposite Pirn National Rank,
Tliis Is the head or the MarkeL Tbe centre of at
traction. The Hub (not of the Universe but) cf tbe
city. 1 have jut received a fall stack at New
floods purchased at the lowest poiatin the urtrfcet.
We have the
l.AKGKSr VARIETY OK
to nt: Fovxn .v rttr. cm;
all of which will be made up under tbe supervision
orUR.H. D. RH 1IARI0N in the Lattut Wle
and Vikiranied to nt Alao one or taa most com
Kcadj .llatlc Clofliiit
ever offered in this citr.
semxii oi F.RCOATS, busi.xess j.v t'jxcr
COJTS.'I'JXTS JXOIKSTS j.vor
-'cnls l'tirni.Iiln ooiN
In an endless variety. PATER COLLARS and
CUFFS, all sues and styles, also the latest style of
i SHAKESPKAKE COI.UIW.
Before purchasing elsewhere yoa will do well to
pre me a call and thereby be enabled to see bow
cheap yea can buy clothing, as lam determined
not to be Undersold: and all 1 eaa say to my aau
erous customers and those who are not, give me a
trial and you will find it to your Interest to save
atleant Mto I, percent on all you hnv. Re mem
the 1 nation, opposite First Nati .nal Bank,
C ureh St. Very Repectfull ,
Slav -i.. A. PLATT.
TIIE VERY LATEST.
ShaK'enneare Paper Collar:
uf all sites, t new lot just received at
COL. ERA TURKS.
.1 .lUS U IJ C. I X S M A I i
Old Stand, IVct side: of ClnircU Slieet
IS OPENING TDK MOOT KXTEN81YK AMD
A RICH STOCK of
Ssolid Silver A: .'o!l 2ood
AMERICAS . FOREIGS.
I'll A V ELI SO HA CS.
EVEN OR NO EYES.
Cold. Silver, Steel and Plated SPECS
Gold, Plated, Rubber, Steal and Shell
GOGGLES aad EYF. PROTECTORS and SPECS
with rrsen. bine and white classes. We try
St every person who wishes be fitted ; wo keep
every naraoer oeu, at uie om sttna i nnren oc
J. E. BRIMSMAW
E. II. 1 L O YD.
V TCII A K K II
.i i: w I-) ii i, v. n ,
i r. i c n ir it c ii st it h ut.
HAS IN STOCK, bought since the deellaa in
Gold, a splendid assortment of Watches,
American, English and Swlas, in all styles of Hunt
ing aad Open Cases. Gold and Silver, embracing
some very choice IHamond Set, Knasaeled and
CHAINS AND CHARMS.
A LA RG E VARIETY OF CUNNING DrSHINS.
New, decent, unique st) lea of Setts, Half Setts,
Bioocbea. Ear-Rinzs. Sleeve buttons. Scarf Pini.
Seals. Fine Stone Doublets. Rnhv. Emeraled. liar.
net. Pearl, Aueethist. Enttine Turned, Plain. Ena
meled, bean and i hiiaten's Kings, Bracelets, Lock
ets, Gold and Coral 81eeve Cateb-ups, lit.
HAIR JEWELRY AND SILYEIt
Made to order at short notice.
SOLID SlLYl:lt CIIIIIIS,
Rich and serviceable. (Of onr own mate )
P Ii A TED W A R V.
A complete stock of the finest nualitv of Table
eiocMr, ami articles m utility ana artisue oeaui)-
I'iur .liarblf and Calendar (Mck.
mmiiM i i v CB,K7. mcioi . do iisow km
focus of Glass, Gold Pens and Pencils, Fine Table
and Pocket Cutlery, Ilaiors, Scissors, Shears, Fans,
iicaiif , tironzes, ases.
v t i e I e j .
Ilitkf. and Glove Boxes, Portemonaales. ie.
We are able to offer superior inducements to
purchasers, as our stock Is the erviK and sj( in
selection and quality In this vicinity, eoostatinr of
fresh new goods, bought and to be sold at very Iot
Watch work will, as usual, rieelre our personal
K. H. FLOYD,
lM Chnreh Suset.
Sicn ol the lligi;nglr.
t GOOD asrortment of ItiUtarft CrlttrattdMntlr
.a. loattno Rifif. warranted the beat .heetlna rifle
in the market. Kept constantly on band at No. I,
Bank Block, by
BRINSMA1D 4 HILPRBTH.
A HANDSOME assortment at
FLOYD'S Jewelry Store.
'IHIE undersigned have Jujt received a fall asscrt
l ment or Rivolvisg Pistols ef every dsslrabl
lattern.and CABtniDcxs to Ct. All of whljh will be
sold as low as the lowest, and very mush lower
nun mey aro generally sold In this city by other
No. I Bank Block.
STRA V HER It I ES. STR A WIIERR1 ES,
T SE the beet sell sealing cans fr your Strawber
U rlet and other Fruits. Call and examine at
HAr.TS. t Bank Block.
Sl'OAR CURED HAMS
July c, Iftto.
TASl'BERRY SYRUP at
A GOOD assortment of
HAYING and HARVESTING TOOLS,
Reaping machines. Mowers, Hay Tedders, Set thes
Snaths, Forts, hand dragon-i Horse
Rakes, Grind Stones, and
WUOLESALF 0l RETAIL.
DRIED BEEF Inline condition
at HARTS. No. 4. Bank Block.
SALMON, MACKREL, l'ICKELED AXD
LL In line order.
at HARTS, 4 Bank Block.
LITTLE CIAXT HAT FORK.
HE latest simplest and belt hay elevator In use
Iflfi DOZ. HAN I) BAKES at wholesale,
IUU at PEIttCEU
i mckii.iu. in,, wi uvi.a, SI.
FRUIT CANS, at Wholesale OLIVER DITSON A CO., PublUhtn. S77 Wssh
at, FE1RCEU. I lngtonStrett.Eoston. I
I'lRSfl NATIONAL HANK.
U. S. S T O (J K S.
. llonglil and Sold.
HEdl.Terentserisor7'0 VI) TIN kept -.in
stantly n bant for imnteiUte lMirery.
IF. S. COUPONS. COLO ami SILVIMt
Comtioiiml Bitterest .Voles
Cerlilicales oi 3i.dc!tCdm's
Piirrl.asril oh tin" niott i'aroiitbleTe'iui.
Burliagtna. liar I. Ii'fi-dawtf
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY OP Cllil.t
Conducted by tbe Spanish Government.
Saco.OOl) ill Cold Drawn I'very 17 Duj.
Prises eabet aad inmrantioa lainJshed .- tbe
hiKheat rates paid tor Doabloeoj al all kinds oi
Hold al Silver -, also Kir all Government Securi
ties TAYLOal CO . eankers,
18 Wall Street. New York,
a. M.- lawlv
li.iNtuxt: house or
V C ) O Si Ii ,V " t .
I'oriirr '.all.i- Naw-aH Sts.Ncu- Yotk.
In connection with our house in Philadelphia and
Washington, we have opened a NEW YORK
III! USE at above looatkxi, and oner our services to
Banks, Rankers, and Investor: lor the transaction
of their heslaeas In this city. Including purchases
and antes of Government Securities, Stocks. Bond.,
and Hold. We are constantly represented at the
Stodk exchange and Gold Poem, where orders sent
qs are promptly died. We ketpu, hand a full
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES OF ALL I&SUEd
baj lag and selling at current prices and allowing
ei rrespenrfents the most liberal rates tbe market
Slav U -dawly. JAY COOKE i CO
II EaR:UAiTS iVATIOA'A I.
IS a u S; .
U. S. S T OOKS
IIOUCUT XI SOLI).
.V ; l V, ,Y - 'p I! I SIT
Or ALL IkSVkfc,
Coiispoiitui iJitn-rcaci iVotes
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Orders for tha cureliata aad sale ol Miv itmi
one Stoe a and Boans exe-7uted with dlspateh at
REGULAR STOCK EXCHJ.YGE,
PURCIIAS3I) ON FAVORABLE THtAIS.
THH VIKHT !i.TiMA!i
Will from tbisdato bane
II HI' OP. IT KflCSMPTS,
ItEA It I XfS FROM I TO tt PER CKXT.
Aeei-rdioj to lea-.th of luce ti.e
Ail such receipts will he
iivi?K!-U,.15, ' ''' fur shorter time than
m1rI! nor saMln "n T1FTV
Burllnrtoa. Yt . May I -dawU
loahs and lationfrg
OIX MONTHS AT TITE WHITE DOl'SK. l.y K. B.
ETtAN L1FK. bv IktliUm n ir...n.
THK HANDBOOK FOR MOTllaRfL k. F.l.r,i
II. Parker. M. D
COMF1, RT FOR Kill 1 1, iki niSEM ... a...
Warrsn. " '
Received and f sale at
S'X ul"n"" h'te Honsr.' Carpel ter.
"Royal Trutha. Beecher.
"Snare Hoars.' Jd Series.
'.'.EL',!TBhki' Dictionary, ' by ra. A. tth.v,ei.
"The House by the Church Vard.-
"Tbe Mormon eropbet," by Waite.
Sherbrook," by tbe Author of Ka,lre.
"Among tnegnerriHj.." by Kirka.
"Tbe Hand Book for Mothers," rarfcer. I
'The M on tanas."
''Inside A Chronicle of Seeeasinn hv I V 11.. I
"Land at Last," by Edmund Yates.
"Tbe Naval Lien tenant," by Arssetrena.
"Dr. Kempj-TheStory of a I.ifcwitha Blemiak.
For Sale by
AK,I, E. A.J1JT.LER.
MAOA7.IXES Vim UUU9T.
A TLANTIe- MONTHLY.
J k. I'KI
UIIIIKVS L.lirS HOOK.
FRANK I.ESLIRS GAZETTK of Faabion
DEJIORGfTTS MIRROR of Fashlea.
OCR YOCNG F-OLK8.
For Sale at
July 21. l-o.. HVHTWUTONi.
tTLANTIC MONTHLY rfMptssslsi.
BEADLE'S " ..
Recelveilby K. A. FlILLMR.
.MAGAZINES FOR SKUTE.MHHR,
M.MB I)E10RESTS ..
T.MHliJ'mu LM8 MAGAZINE.
tlODF.Y8 LADY'S BOOK.
OUR Y0UM1 FOLKS.
. o, . "l'eat Iil'NTIMiTttS
i.us mil trwtn.
SP'MnDU0Un8' StC" S""' ' M'n Kt""
ROr'jLTRUTHS. by Iknry Ward Beeeber.
SIIERBROOKE, by II. B. el. sethor er'-Maahie -
0i"L'yF'.?'"IOR! ,!t T"- coKXKit liovsi:,
by T. S. Arthur.
THE II0VSE Br TIIE l lWRCHTJRIt, a novel,
by J. S. LcFarau.
ifnfKW'u"' ITJLIAX BRIO
AXDS, by W. J. C. Xloens
JMOXG THE (!UERILL.tS, by Edunrad Krrte.
CRUMBS FROM THE ROVXl) TABLE,
THE CROirx OF IYILU OLIVE, by John Raskin
.VS1DE, a Chronicle of Seeeseioa, hyOeTp
POEMS, by Christina li. Rosseitl.
For Sale by C. 0. FRENCH A CO
NEW HOOK OF CHURCH MUSIC. I
By the author of "The Hanror Junaii."
A Collection of Sacred Music forCbeira sinn.
Schools. Musical Conventions, ie., by L. O. Earn"
sox. Author of "Harp of Juilah," "Golden Wreath,'
vicrry mimes," sc.
TIIE IMMENSE SUCCESS
which has attended the "Harp of JuiIaVIts unlver- i
sal adontlou bv Choirs. Musical Cnnrenttnn. in.-
Schools, has Induced tho undersigned to arrange j
with the author, Mr. L. 0. Ekkhsox, for a new 1
volume In which all the excellent features of his
previous work together with many new and Impor- 1
tant ones combine to produce 1
A fTnllerllnn of Mtialr ITlicnualleit in Vrnrli
and suited to every capacity and oxasion. This
new book upon which Mr. Emerson has l-estowed
much labor and care, cannot fall to be
j TIIE OXE DOOK SOUGHT FOR
f By Choirs and ConsregaUons, Societies and Con-
I ventlons, Schools, and Families.
The remarkable sale of Two Hundred Thousand
Copies of Mr. Emerson's last collection. In a very
short time, leads to the conviction that 'THE
JUBILATE1 will be eagerly sought fcr. Price per
eopy$l3,on receiptor which ft wlllU mailed.
- paia. rrice oer uozen,
CHEAPEST STOCK EVER IX VT..5
Wlirrr! I never heard ol it! You liavnt
ell! Well, so to
C JI I IV A W A Is Is ,
No. 3, Central Block, Church St, and convince
yourseir or tnis great ana marvelous truth, vu.:
that there 13 one
GIIE.1P C.1SII STORE
r liar, a Inrim luaortment of Gold Band China.
m.i.ff.miTMSrti. Alan a irreat variety of Plain
IVhlte China, consisting or nates, covereu mines,
I Coffees and Teas, At, &c.
, STONE CHINA.
i einea Kl warda i Eon's Plain Roman Pattern
vit.lfil Riona rMm. with the China Glazlsz.
I nhieh la romllv aa whita and handsome as the
I nicest of French China, and is the bestStone China
i ever exhibited in the State. Also me ui7 oi uie
i Vullr. the Pond Lllr. end other desirable natterns.
i eonitantly on hand, embracing the sreatest variety
of goods ever offered for the inspection of thiseom
I raunity ; all of which can and will be sold at the
, very lowest pricss, at a trifling advance upon the
prices of the common ware.
It's no use talk In; the chances aro before
I you. Como in and win ' Read away. In
i-n abow vou an assortment so exten-
tive and varied and at such unprecedented low
prince that it is n use enumerating them ! Ladles
and Gentlemen come and jadje foryourse.ves what
can be done for a little monev. I am bound to sell
cheaper antl better goods than have heretofore
been osTereet by any one In this State. It's a sweep
iae assertion but 1 can prove It.
SousiRtxo has RRorrsD ' What is it f toucan
seeltatCHIXA HALL- I'll tell you, it's the
CM and see ' Look 'em over
Paper for 10 cents per roll, worth U)
.. 15 .. 7
i. u ii ao
at i ii ii i
ii gj " x
r-roaa Gilts " 5e ' "
Stamped sold leaf " "
. m 123
.1 W ii i
Common Papers from 8 to loeents per roll,
In regard to my stock ef Gilt Paper, it comprises
oierawveniy-lvo different varieties, ami is tho
largest aad best select ed to be lound in this State,
and 1 shall sell them cheaper than the cheapest.
Mark that ! Read on ! Read on ! 3t Pairs ot
af; i I i Window Shade
4i rolls of Paper Curtains of new and ri. li de
sinus ; Tea Trays in setts, slngio or by the doiea
Table Cutlery of every quality and style of the
best goods made in this country.
Silver Plated Ware
AT FACTORY PRICES.
i o'uprislag Tea and Table Spoons. Table, Medium,
and Dessert Forks.Oyster and Pickle Forks, Sugar
Spoons aad Shovels, Bar 8p na. Salt Spoons, On
vy Ladles, Butter Knives. 4c Ac. Castors, silver
plated at 2S per cent less titan cit prices. These
roods were brought during 'he decline ia gold and
will be sold at correspond:a p.iaes.
BRIT A N N I A W A It E
ption, soma new styles of CotTee and
ea Pols just received. Beautiful Japanned Toilet
Setts aad a thousand other tbinzs Impossible to
name la an advertisement. Ceme and examine,
and then buy. Terms Cash, sure pay, small prof
Its. S. S. BROWN.
China Hail, No. S Central Stoek, Chnreh Street
Burlington, V t.
P. 8. Goods reeeived weekly from Auction sales
which will be sold at ruinous rates.
FRUIT LaNDS, in a mikl aad
V healthful climate.
Tfetrit nriles aaoU of
Phitadalpnla, by nailrciad. In New Jsrsey, on the
same line ol laauiae as uaitisaore, n.
The soil ij rich aad saedvcrta, varytiier rrem a
t lay to a sandy loan, suitable for wheat. Grass,
Corn. Tobacco. Fruits and vegetables. Tula is a
i.-rrcf iKiimourji. Five hundred Vineyards and
orebanta have been plan Led out hy experienced
fruit growers. Grapes, Peaches. Pears, Ac, pro
luce immense profit. Ylneland Is already one of
the most beaatiful places in the L uilcd States.
The entire territory, exnuustiag of fifty square
mi: of land, la laid out upon a general irstem ef
lmnrovemeats. The land is only sold to actual set
tlers with provision Jar public adornment. Tbe
place, on aeeoaat ec its great beauty, as well as
other atvantages, bas seams Mr reaert a p.flf
if taste. It has laereased fiva tboasaad people
' within tbe neat tbrse years. Churches, stores,
Schools, Academies, Soaltties of Art and Learn Inr,
aad other clenaenU of reQaement and culture have
iea introduced. Ii uaarsds of people are constant
ly settling. Haadreda of new houses are b
constructed. Price of Farsa land, twenty acre
snd upwards, 23 weraerf. Five and tea aere
Vi I lags lots for sale.
Fruits and Yerctables ripen earlier In this dis
trict man m any otaer loeattty north or r or lota,
Va. Imoroved nlaoN for sale.
Opeaiaaa for all kinds of bsslne?s, Lnmlier Yards
uaLumetones, rouannea, stoves ana tae use;
and Steam Power, wttb rooaB, eaa be rented.
For Persons who deeirc mild winters, a baaltbfa
climate, and a goad soU, la a country beauttfulh
improved, abemndlag in fruits, aad poiJf wear all
other social pnvifages, la tbe heart of dvlltsaUoB, J
; it i. wcruiy oi n visit.
Letters answesed. aad tbe Ylneland Rare.
paper divine full mSormstion end eeatalalag re-
paru Ol ooiOB awiBBBB, arat io anvmBUL
.tddress CIIA8. K. LANDIS, Vlaeiaast P. 0., ban
ills Township, New Jersey.
From report of Solon Robinson, Agrieultarsl
Kdltor of the Tribune "It Is one of tbe saeat exten-
1 aive fertile tracts. In an almost level poettleaa and
raltable conditloa for plea, mat farmuss: that we
. know of this sMe of tbe Western l'rarles."
June 23 elawRmn.
n E N
r i s t it v
Preim-atory to retirlac from the practice of den
tistry in Burlington, I nave taken as partaee Wie.
JI. WAiaaa. I). D. S. A regularly and thoroaghly
edueated dentist, who graduated at the Baltimore
College of Dental Scrcarv is I 3. aad has been in
successful practice ever since. He came to me well
recommended and bavin: t-een, with me now three
months, 1 Bad him all that he was recaunandeil
I shall remain in tbe oOoe with him until the
first of October, after which be will be associated
with Dr. N. W. l.lLaaav, who as I am assured by
Dr Waters is also well educated in bis profession,
havinir studied and nrsctieed with an eminent den.
tirt in Massachusetts ant having bad an extensive
practice aaa experience oi ten ears.
I therefore while tendering my grateful acknowl
edgments to tee public Rr a long and liberal patron-a-e.
respectfully solicit its continuance at the old
stand, which I sbaU leave In the hands ot two good
dentists, both gentlemanly men and both well
etnallued to conduct a first class dental establish
ment. In tbe aseantinte will be 'lad to see my old
r i trims at the oSce during the few months that
remain in it. JAMES LEWIS.
Rnrllacton. April i:
I Crockery, China, tfila. and ;
No-.. 2 and a I'liion illock, Clmrcli Street
Tha BBdersiened. Tiaonrietnra of tbe ahar. eataK.
lishmeat, desire to call public attentian to their
increased faculties for the better accommodation
of their patrons. They have not only greatly en
larged aad beautlaed tbefr salesroom, but have
rorraisoBdlrigly increased and improved their
sfcwk. AUgMdsaamed In the following list they
win oner on tae moat reasonable terms, at whole
sale aad retail, vlx.
at inlity aad very desirable shape.
Plain, gold band and decerned, In setts r assort
ment. Table f'la.i. Varc,Kcrocnc Lamps.
Ijuitrriis and Chandelicn.
Horn the ebeapest to the richest desiiniJ. and all
exnis pesvaiaios so ise amp trade, such as
CniMN'KYS, BURNERS AND WICKS.
LATED GOODS, of "Rogers Bro.s-and "Red
field A Plica's" make.
TABLE CITEERY, of the best manufacture.
JAPANNKDCHAJIDERSETTS.and RICH FANCY
. Sarh aa FANCY COLOGNE SETTS, VASES. LAVA
I and PARIAN GOODS, ic. w-'
And tbej- woukl call especial to their stoek ef
Clolh and Paper Window
I Shades and Fixtures,
K. O. WIRES at CO.
A CERTAIN Cl'RE FOR
Coucbs, Colds, Croup. Whooping Cough, Hoaree
ness,nd all Diseases of the
Throat, and Lungs.
Speedy one! Safe. Try it.
r. hTORRS A CO., Proprietors, WIuoosU, Vt.
S. S. Sm
TIIE BEST UEMEDY IX TIIE MABKET foil
Cknile Sl,,th- Peters and BUIous
In the si?mi3.' i"1"? Cramp. Pain
10 "'ft'mh, RheumaUsm.Neu-
'""oni ar a-siusj
of all kinds.
Ljro .a.ernaiiy and Internally. 8afe and Sure.
t. F. STORRS k CO., Proprietors, Wlnootxi.Yt.
Stem 4 IVs.Medlclnes sold In BurUngton by
iJI.alJ C S'"Co.. H.Jf.A,wa
TAKE CARE OF YOUR LIFE!
PATD. Sept. S, 1(363.
C Inner Sole.
Patent BIctallic Solo.
A NEW TfrVEIITIOir.
WaTiixoins Frxv is the most in ni;.
disease and death km wn to hum ,
most suro to bring on a cold , jn l r ! . , .
and often when not neglected, tcrit t
coughs and fatal consumptions. It . t ,
tlon or this truth that tho inventiie tn.. .
country has tor years been devising -on. il i
or attempting to devise it, lor keeping th-.
and yet that should not give incouTeuiei.i'- .
wearer. Rubber shoes, in one form or an- t
hitherto been our reliance , but it l. nr . . .
as among their many evils, that wl.ilo ti
the teet dry from external moi-ture, t. .
them over mueh, and by thus inducing an
tenderness Increase a susceptibility to c 1.1 - -than
otherwise. They are also cumbersciu
feet, and withal are very expensive. The '
is for something that shall make the r-lm.,r- .
and Shoe impervious to water, without
their elogance or durability, and. if pi .' - .
oat adding sensibly to the cost of their u.
ture. These.itwillbeeonceded.areiuos: - -features,
and we conscientiously afiirm t:
are ahsuiutel yattained in the men:n n 1
presented to the public.
Tbe intention consists In inserting ii'm
inner aud out ir sole, when tbe boot i ..a
thin MstallicPlitr, exceedingly ductiio.
ing flexibility with toughness, very
every way adapted to the end desirc-i. n.
additional expense is merely nominal. 1- .
a perfect barrier against tlie admi.?i- i ' w
dampness, though tbe foot may be c p -i L
long upon wet pavements or damp sroun :.
To ladies and children tliejfarati. s. :
of Incalculable value, as fr-m the. r h.i.
and delicacy of dress, thej are part- un-;, -,
to the long train of ills that atu. . , . ;,,
qaate protection to the feet.
Tsese Soles have already hern ",.k.l I y '
of all tests, actcalcse. and tic 'e-timui.i
their merits, freely proffered , .niate t;,
must bo speedily and universal! aioptei .
public. The Patent Detail. -holed Boot i- 1
are being Introiluced into the leading L. '
Shoe Stores throughout the L'nitcit States, an '
supplant all forms ol nersli. es, except v
deep mud or snow, as they become 1. :.
sure to get them and take no other. If
maker does not happen to have them, lie i"
cure then without difficulty, lr he will : '
send jourselfto Ike inventor onedollar un '
cents, and obtain six pair, assorted sizes, w - .
to use, which will be promptly forwar c t
or express pre-paid, and which can be m ".'!.
any shoemaker in the county. Agem j
estal lished la every city and village. ,ir .
with Soles and proprietary stamr .it - .
prices, and liberal commission alfowt i
Also Gentral Agencies for btatesaj m.in'.
DlieatioB, with proper testimonial
Nan Yoak, Jj-i.
The proprietors of the above patent, hj. -ia
cent let with a patent previously b.-ue '. : .
IiamJ. Lyman, of Northampton, Mas-., o n
tbesaae mrfMiiNd lassreiese.'', the l
ties in Interest have purchased the sami-. v,
bismg their interests, have organiset
Patent Metallic shoe Sole Cmi
wriru a iai-ital or $l0,(ni
And established a general Manufactory a- .
at S2 John Street. New York ; where they i
at all times to fill orders for soles of al! "
promptness aad dispatch.
Tbe attention of dealers is respectful!) -.Ve
eeraeit Ke aaa aura o.l fAia sot ten.
cons fit, it procuraol'. I" i' f-tr tt fjent t,r .Sui
ts. Special inducements cAered to dealt r
maaafactarers, to aid in their introduction. E
Lists aad general and special information fu
on anpllcatica at the 'general store, to
A. E. LYbtAN.
Pr,J,l Jm. fat. MttotlC BO' ' ' ' -
0 John Street. cw 1
II. IL A T W A T E R .
asruiMt and A.sotiu-i ti t
I'resh CongjrcHa. Water.
CO.VSTJ.VTtl- O.V HAD
STATE OF VERMONT
? HEREAS, The Bank of Burbcijt. n. a
?! ration duly incorporated tiv the Le:i . i
of tbe state of ermont located and rtoiL t
nesri at BurUngton.in the County of I li.tteu U n
made aoplication to me reiiuesung me to .
proclamation designating some day for the tin,
atioa of the existence ot said corp..ratu n ai
Whereas, It has been made to appear to u.o
two-thirds of tbe legal votes ot the . tc - 1
of said corporation were driven in fa i f
plica tic n.
Now, therefore, I.Paul Dillingham, ;
the State of Vermont in confbrmitv with
I location and the provisions of section j e ' ;
and eighty-reven of chapter eight n ve i
Goncral Statutes of ermout, do her"' 1- -
proclamation and ileciare that on the r.i.i
day of September, A. D. ' -06, the said t.-tcn
of tbe Bank of Burlington shall cejise ti e .
fully and with the 3amo erfect a'- it ui chart
pire dby the limitation therein.
In witness whereof, I htvehereunto m.ih
name and caused the seal of the but; :
hereunto affixed, in Fxecatire Chan.
Waterbury, this Twelfth day of Man-' . -year
of our Lord,one thousand eiht
aad sixty-six. anil of the Independen
United States tbe ninetieth.
By tbe Governor.
Cha M. Gav,
Secretary ef Civil and Militn.
Marqa IJ wAin
CH1TTKNDKX t O.
.71.1 IS IS I, Ii II' O R H
r I 1IE Subscriber would raspectfulli nnn.i,'
1 tneeitiaeasof tbUCounti end v.ni,
tbe place to get tho
Ee.C Variclv of .avoir.
t aaav atTLU cr m.
uraished at abort notice and at re ki '
II. M. Pile '
Shop la Concert Ilail trader Tim?' O'Vc
Burllregtaa. May 3, tete w6m.
Steam CoIce A' Spice .Vill-
I.KA.WVORTII BLOCK .
OauBoa Siaaar, Br.-t -i. ; .
lllanufaeturers v Johlier.
Tho undersigneil would moil respectfail -i
nounce to the trade that ther lucre aatabliaheil '""
selvesas above.in a large and capacious bull lin'-sf
havo introduced newandlmprovoilmachiner. n
tho purpose of manufacturing bj- stesia.
Splces.Cream Tartar 1 e.
Having been connectel with and had I'"
years experience In one of the largest Te, t-',
and Spice Houses In the United SUtes.we chmt "
fully understand our business, and hesitate n '
say that aU goods coming from our estaMi.h0-'
cannot be surpassed in quality or style.
We offer goods either in original - '
macuiaciured aad put up In iacKagrs to "' -chasers,
FAVOR.VDLE TEIUI3 A3 ANY 'Tf:,t
FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
Parties ordering by letter wIU pleasa ''".'i'J
dlsUncUy.quanUy, quality and style and tiw
can depend upon being suited.
May 11 6:&