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THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- SEPTEMUEK 21, 1806
The Catholic are making headway in Salt
Union noon-ihj pryer nwrtis osw
in Eucccfsful operation in San FrBeitco,0l.
The national conference of Unitarian. M
callea to meet at Syracuse, Oct. 9.
The foreign missionary board of the Pro
testant K-nr-conal cbureh liaie 21 aitAM
Etationa in Africa.
liUltop I'.itler confirmed 24 yereoo- mt
Champlain and t!3 at Koue' 1'oiot lately-
The eucral conference of the Congrega
tional churches of Manaehnaetti met in
Northampton on September 11. An eaaay
was read by President Ilopkine, of William
College, on "Tlio Oatpouriog of the ijpint
in the letter Days."
Prof Tyler of Amherst College read an
Ray on Itevivalr, and referred t that in
1731. wl.ich gathered in as convert, one
fourth of the population of Northampton.
He argued that they were ol Uod, sent to
the anevrer of belieTing prayer. Delegates
from rorrre poncing bodies in Canada, Illinois
Klradc hland, New Hampshire and Vermont
gave reports from tbeir rcspretiTC States,
t;aking of a general and hopeful increase
in religious interest during the pant year,
Lut rarely any very marked and powerful
The North Christian. AdcoatUmy : There
is a young Baptist clergyman at lairahjga
nlio is creating quite a sensation, and prom
ises in time to become a second Spargcon or
lietcher. He is six feet four inches high,
ttout in itroportioa, and weir ha some three
hundred pounds. Hut voir has been com
pared in its solemn roll to the baas of the
Boston oran. He is a peat preacher in
every rei-ret, and will rank in time with
the lincct pulpit orators.
The KnplU i C-jngrcgationalist and Baptist-
are discussing the qoestion why they
thor-ld not Le one people. As the English
BdltUt are largely "open communion" in
their vitujt, tvith the same essential ideas
upon church polity as the Congregationalists
or Independent!-, the line which feparites
them is very- narrow.
vcimoiit "Mutual I'lre Insurance o.
We Imvc the thirty-ninth annual report
of this well known, safe and economical Fire
Insurance Company, for the annual meeting
Oct. 17th, 1S0G The report covers a period
from Aug. 1st 18G5 to Aug. let 1866. be
tween which date the company has issued
seven thousand and fourteen policies, insur
ing over eight million ol property, the pre
mium notes taken on the same, exceeding
;ix hundred and ninety-four thousand dol
lars. The total amount of risk of the com
pany, at the date of the report, ts $25,592,
038, and the premium notes in force to cover
that risk at the same date amount to $2,
The report gives, as baa been the usage of
the company Irom the first, an exhibit in de
tail of the different classes and property in
sured and the number of policies and amount
insured in cadi, the receipts and expendi
tures of the year, the several assessments
made during the year, and a complete list of
the losfcs settled since Aug. 1st, 1865, they
being 1SS in number amounting to $63,894
SC. The assessment lor the year is three per
cent, on the face ot the premium notes- the
avtrogt annual assessment lor the entire 3'.
years of the Company's existence being 3 1-5
per cent. Only for two years during that
time, has the annual assessment on the pre
mium totes amounted to 5 per cent. It
amounted to 4, and 4 and a fraction per cent
for only eight jears of the time. The low
rate of insurasee in this Company, amount
ing to less than ore-fifth of one per cent, on
the amount insured taking the average of
all classes of property, and much less than
that for the great mass ot it and the re
makable uniformity or the annual assessments
for so lorg a time, is an incontrovertible
proof of the economy, care and sound judg
ment with which tbc affiiirs ol this Company
have been conducted. AVe doubt whether
in these res rects it has an equal in the coun
try. No safe company can insure for less
no stock company can insure for so little.
There are, doubtless, reasons in particular
cases, why licrtons prefer to insure in a stock
company, but those reasons cannot be found
in greater safety or less annual expense to
This thirty-ninth annual report of the old
"Vermont Mutual," like its predecessors,
may challenge scrutiny for I's accuracy and
fulness. The Company has from the first
steadily increased in its business and in toe
confidence of the public. We attribute a
large measure of this success to the fact that
tbc same ab'C lcdnstrione and accurate chief
ofiiccrs Lave been for so Ion 4 a period kept
at tbc head of its aflairs.
Uuklincton. Burlington is a email, hot
fine and tnrhing citv on the cast bank of
Lake Champlain at its widest part. It is
on elevated ground with an open square or
Irk near its centre, toe firn ohjeet to greet
the eye of tbc stranger. From the lake its
appearance is unfavorable, the streets are
not regulated, s ml contain weeds and grass
in large quantities, the bit-ine-o being at a
distance, litt.s of it appearing even on the
nubile rnunr B"t a little observation en
ables tte vif ir to see liiat the trade of the
place is in ti .ivingcjndition. and ail around
there is evidence ot abundant wealth and
prot-erity. The place is rcroarkahlc for its
healtbfulncss, and U resorted to a good deal
by invalids, being of easy accces both hy the
railroads and tbc lake The scenery of the
lake is equalled in but few places that of
tbc llud.Nji . i . ind Lake George aloue cx
cellipg it. A. ' I c lake and it shores are
all classic g: .-.i. many of the mot inter
esting and li... tal cvents'ot the early history
of the coontrv i aving occurred here.
Old Ycrniom has been long famed for the
soundness of her politics. Liccntiousnex
and corruption find little countenance witbin
her borders. The character ot her inhabi
tants, being nearly all native Americans ot
the pure Anglo-Saxon stock, and their high
intelligence, arc the cruse of this. She has
no large cities, those iiUti on the body pol
itic, to breed corruption ;:i d taint the air of
the surrounding count; v Iter pure atmos
phere extends its effeett :iie people, and
makes them almost free 1: i the vile influ
ences that curse so many ui the othir i-tates
of our Union. Cor. Pavghiupsi' Eagle.
Another removal. The Katlaxd Courier
sBys tbat Mr. Cook, Editor of the Benning
ton Banner, and Postmatter of Bennington
Centre, has been removed from that office
and Mr. John Sibley, a good Johnson
democrat," appointed in his place. As tho
Banner has been very outspoken in its sup
port of Congress and denunciation of tlie
President, this is quite likely to prove true.
rrw Goods. In another column may be
found the advertisement of E. B. FuivD.wbo
has just replenished Lis stock with a fine
selection of seasonable and desirable goods,
which purchasers siay rely upon as being
all they are recoramtcded. Mr. Floyd also
advertises opera glasses for sale or to loan.
A toilet delight, saperlor to any Colore, used
to bathe the nm assdaerson. to render the skin soft
and fresh, toalle wftatnmationt. to iierfume cloth
ins, for audadie. Ac, It is menn.aetured from the
rich Southern ilagnolin, and it ohtainin-r a natron-
age quite napioeadtated. It u a favorite with
kumm aad opera npn. It is mM by all deal
er, at loo in iarnbottka, aad by Dekas Bae.ie3
SARATOGA MIC.I.M. WATER. HMby
"' so'" "Exactly !" Sol Kbta-l. .
were tli ere '-ever j t Ime. " hefclt owleT" lna
IT: iJSt . f-V0" Bi-- ! If fee lelt
""3La!gBL betook naatalo BUtera ; if he
lacked, appeuto, ni rat, lauguHl or mentally op
VreMd. be took Plaotettoa Bitten; and thev
never filled to set ana on hie pins square and Inn.
Few persons want aar hatter authority ; bet 31
t- uiv. ,!.. ASS?. rx i vi-
" SVx- "X"S?le' saved my life.
. R1V- w- WAOO.NEK, Madrid : Y.
r InavabeeB a great raflerer
from Iyyepi, and had to abandon preachinE
. , Ilr eurtd
r; : . "'y"- 1 or city.
. 1 h.d Lift all apiietlte wu
KJiylT"!"? nW ''"dly alk, and
htdaperf rt dread of aocietr. The
ilanu Hon iiiuera have tet me all rirbt
. JA1JES HUHUAr,bt,LcabMo,"
, " . The 1-Untation Bitters hsre
cared me oraderaaeement of toe KidaeH asd Ur-
SffSlr-tlutrewd a'"t y
School I for boldien' 'Children na the -h Riven
'y "ei " 'lud children ond her
eharre.wlUi the moat hmpoy and gratifyini- rcealu.
Wo have received over a hanlred reanSof such
lp'erUementi. to raeeUreas
what people ibenuelve my ol a good article. Oar
fortoBeaiidoor iepBtationiatiUke. Theorisin
aqaaHt) ana high character to there goods will
be saatahwd under every ana ill eircamstaDcej.
They havealready obtained , t.le in every town,
village, parish and luulet amvnK civUiied nalluns
Oaie uaitaton try to come aj near our name and
'. ?- S5"?" ifood article can
not be eold at low ai a pouronc, they find some
tnppoitfrmpartiejwhodo not care what they
ovth?0" """ Cr private .tami
P H. DRAKE A 00., New Yerv atr
SARATUUA S.1-K1XC WATUt, , VrtdbU
OVER. A JIILL.IO.V DOLLARS SAVED.
Gentlemen : "I had a negro nun worth 11.200
who tuok eold from a bad hurt in the leg, and was
aeeMa for over a year. 1 had itttd eterytbingl
could hear of without bentfit, until 1 tried tho
Mexican Mustang Liniment. It soon eSetted a
Montgomery .Ala., Jane 17, IS',9 J. L. DOWNING.
'I te pleawie la recommending the Mexican
Mustang Liniment as a valuab.e and indispecsible
article tur bprauu, bore, beratchea or uallson
nones, unr men have u-d it lor Horns. liruies,
bores, Khenmaiimn, ie. and all say it acu like
magic." j. w, iiewiTr,
jrunman for American, V elu, Cargo's aad Ilar-
"The spraia of my daughter's ankle, oonstoced
while evaung last wmur, was entirely cured in
one week, alter she owibioeaced using your cele
brated Mustang Liniment.
Ulonoester, Mart.. A or. 1, 1365. ED. SEELV."
It is an aduutled lac l uat the Mexican Mustang
Linuaeul peilorms more cures in sho.ter tune on
man awl beast than am- artiela t-vrr tliseavered.
faml-ica, livery-men and planters should alwaj s
hac it on nana, ijsiicc and sore it ceruisiv is.
All iten suae is wrapped in steel-plate ecravinzs.
bearlngUieaignatureofei.lv Uotbrou, Chemist
ana tne sritew u. 9. Mamp ol ucna9 aaBXis 4 uo.
oter the top.
An cllort has been made to counterfeit it with
a cheau stun plate label. Lee ctottlv 1
Ult.tlUUA bl-KlNt; WATEK, sold by a!l
It a a most delichtrel Hair Dretu.
It eradioatss) scarf and dandmS.
It keens the bead cool and clean.
It make the balr rich, soft and glow v.
It prevents hair tarniag pray aad falling off.
It rMUrM lmlr vnaii nrtmatare bald heads.
This is last what Lion's Kathairon will do. It is
pretty It is cheap durable. It is literally sold by
the car-load, aad yet its almost incredible demand
la Jail I nntll tkftr,. kanllr H Minnlrr
store that does sot keep it; or a family that does not
E. THOMAS LYON, Chesmst, N.-Y.
SARATOGA SPRING W ATER, sold by
tVbo would not ha beautiful t TCho would Dot add
o the it beauty . vramt gives wat ai pr"y
and disbane appearaaee we observe upon tne
stace, ana m isse mj we i t. V -rret
Tfcer use Ilafn Matpiolfci llalra. its eon-
tiaued ue removes Ua, freckles, plmnles and
eoarJmeaa, Bromthe no and hands, and leaves the
complexion smooth, traasparaat, hloomins and
ravishing. Unlike many cosmetics, it contalcs do
material intarioos to tb skin. Any Uracsist will
order it for ou. Ifnot on hand, at Ket per bottle
W. 1U IIAUAT1, TOJ,l.
SARATOGA SPRING WATER.aold byaV
llclmstrtet'a Inimitable Hair Colerlns is not a
.... ..,,.MlM4Mtniv the vitalitv and
Ixauty oftbehatr This is the orlRinal Hair Color-in-,
and has been growing in fevor oter twenty
ears. It restores gray hair to Its orfcinxl col r
bv eradnal absorption, in a most remarkable man-
i.r It iialanabcantifal hir dres IDC
two sites SO cents and ft by sll drains.
I! II HVI8THKKT. Chemist.
SARATOGA bPRING WATER, told by all
LT3's Exnuer or Fnas JaxatcA CiscEB-for
Indiaestion. aBea. Heart barn, hick UeadacLe,
CoLra Moraui, Flatuleeoa, Jec. where a warmiCR
stimnlant la rtqutred. 1 Is rarefai preparation and
entire purity mikas it a cheau and relfcibio article
lor culinary purposes, v.u BieiiBuiit,.'-----per
oottle. Ask lor "Ltos's" I"ure extract Ttk
no other. ...
S VRATOGA SPRING WATER, soldby
. mm i
Aetna Bnsurjiii--c Coinpany
Capital und Surplus, l,'J0O.O0O
6. A IL 3. WIRES, Agents.
i.oine EstMirnucc Company
OF NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus, $1,720,000.
S. R. S. VrillES, Agents.
The! us Cool ."Vorth America
(Incorporated 1794. Oldest Company in the
Capital and Surplus, $1,800,000.
Perpetual las granted on first-data bulldlnca.
S. A R. S. WIRES, Agent.
OF NEW YORK.
Capital ami Surplus $1,200,000,
S. Alt-a Agents. 1
Jled'oiiol.iaii SnMirnuce Co.
OF .NEW YORK.
Capital am! Surplus, $1,011.1 18
This Co. returns 1 r.et profits to policy liolders.
Silo. WIRES, Agents.
IVorlli Western IziMiranceCo
OF OSWEGO. X. Y.
Capital ami Surplus, $250,000
Incorporated in ls&-
S. R. S. WIRES. Agents.
Phrciiix insurance Company
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Capitnl and Surplus, $l,O0G,":JO.
S. A R. S. WIRES, Agents.
iVarrasanscd V.Az HI.Ins.Co.
OF PROVIDENCE, K, I.
Capital and Surplus, $000,000,
S. A R. S. WIRES, Agents.
Eianiar Fire Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus, 1 107.388.
S, A R. S. WIRES, Agent.
Commerce Insurance Co.
OF ALBANY. N. Y.
CAPITAL AND SCRI'LCS. 10 1, 103
S. A R. 6. WIRES, Agents.
IViagara Fire Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 1. 500,000.
This Company insures detached farms andvil
lago dwellings, three years, fori peroant.
S. A R. 8. WIBB3, Agents.
Iiorillartl Fire InsuranccCo
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL ANO SURPLUS, $1, 102.081
This Co. return! I net profits to policy holders.
s. U. & WIRES, General Agents
Springfield F. it .11. Ins. Co.
OF SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
CAPITAL ANO SURPLUS SliOO.OOO,
S. A R. S. WIRES, General Agent.
lYorlh American Fire Ins. Co
OF NEW YORK.
Fifty per cent of net profits returned to policy
S. A R- S. WIRES, General Agents.
Applioatiocs for agencies lbr the three last named
Companies in Vermont, Western New Hampshire
and Northern New Vorsr, should be made to us a
General Agents and Agency Soperintendonts lbr
said Companies in said territory.
tire and Inland insurance taken in the above
named first class Companies, to the amount of
l0i, in one risk.
liwclling houses and their contests and farm pro
perty generally will Le insured for one or a term of
years, allowing the insured to receive back yearly
three-fourths the profits at rates so low as to make
it an ohiect to all having such property to insure,
to try these Companies.
rrerainm cotes are not required, and the insured
incurs no liability to assessment; the large cash as
sets of these Companies furnish perfect lndemaity
lor all loesses.
First-class Tarni md Village ihvelllii
WITH TI1EIR CONThNTS
tnfured Ihrtt )ort r kalf of one fyr mt. for tie
Lasses liberally adjusted and promptly paid at this
S. & U.S. WIRES, AcenU.
ItlniihaHaii lAtc Ins.
OK NEW YOUR.
fJMIISCompanv commenced iU operations In
x and ba proecated a 2nMe?ral and reliable
bminess fines. Pollclef are granted totbufe In tonnd
health totti on the Joint etock and mntual jdanj of
Inscracce, thus affording to the public the advan
tages i.f either . stem ai their octicninone insti
tution. The lnwect rates of premiums are charged
that can be adopted and farnlh requisite ecafit
io ue ai'.-urca ana perpetuity xo me company.
Tkit eottpcnv has a!reaiy patd rtr I.000f,ni f ,r
oMct cni ftter $HJt.i)(l in. dntdrrwdt t
NON-frORPGITING I-IKE POL.1CIES
Premiuan may he paid 8ini;ly or in fire or ten an
nual pajment", at option of the assured. This
plan Is commended to the public as it gives to the
assured the full value of all the money paid and
being completed In early life, whilst the parties are
Tigorouiaud hopeful, 5 entire exemption from
payments or anxieties in adrancad life, Its value
Ciccot be too highly estimated.
AO.V FORFEITING ESDOirMEXT POLICIES.
These are made paj able at death or on attaining a
given age. Premiums payaHe in ten annual pay
ments. The policy bec.ra.s nrn forfeitable for one
tenth of amount insureit for each payment, parties
Insurioz in this plan hare all the advantage cf
a arix)& Tank, as the payment cf premiums se
cures its eiuivalent value, payable on the assurer
attainlDEtLe triren are or at death should It occur
sooner. Whole life, short term, endowment and
ewu. . ii u'nc .i.e. ru"ii mm. cuuunuiu. uw
annnitv ixlicls issued in all their various arid an-
firoved iorms. Trlnted documents containing full
cforaatlon fnrniihed without cbarze and tent free
bjrmill. Good local ajreats wantel in cvtry town
and eccrcetlc and reliable men tmploj ed on favor
able terms to travel for this company.
S. If R. S. WIRES.
Gen. Agents A Agciey Sopt's
for Vermont and counties of Saratoga. Washington,
Warren. Essex. Clinton, Franklin and EL Lawrence
in Sew Voile. Jan3 dawly.
U wVD ERTol KB H ,
JCASCrACTTata AXD dxaixs IS
Colli ns and Bnri.il Cases
In Wood and Metal, of everv ttvle.
ALL sites constantly on hand or made to order
In any required style.
Coma Trimkiscs or all kinds. Name Plates
Ehrouds, Cravats, Collars and everything reculred
constantly on hand and furnished at short nolle.
I can furnish CotCns at any hour of the night, If
required, as 1 sleep In the same hulldlnx.
rarotau A mucin, wrra Uaaasi.
Apply at any hour of day or nicht to
J. 6RETN, Colle SL
Sullaitca, March 23. ISM.
NO. I UNION RI.OUIC.
V. .1 11 f E T S
OUR STOCK OK DRV OOOIX AMD CARP BUS
is not oxesisad in extent or variety, aat ai here-
torers, we aha to aaike it the Headaa: ten to boy
Dry ;)oils- and Carpel
nkw r.vLi. goods:
.ll.i.lI.llOTIl S T it CI,
OPENED THIS DAY AT THE
I.ONU M stf ARE
WOO L 8 11 A W LS.
BLACK AND FANCY
si j: k s s s i x .
IHcriiios sV E:iircss i'loihs,
PLAIN A PLAID POPLINS.
It I (tel.- .V Colored .'Ilpticns,
BtlsACit I.ir:8S CUAPK.
jt aan l-.
ARMl'RES, DELAIXS AXD PRfXTS,
LA III US A NO GENTS
Wrttjipers and Strmvers,
ALL WOOL BLANKETS,
Carpets and Oil Cloths'.
" it sit: in via,"
c.isii.nmtE v.ait ,v .v,
ta 9 aad 4 nr.
WHITE SHARER AND ANGCLA ;
a all wnrraa.
aad another lot of those
which proved to be the
FAVORITE OF THE DAY,
now la stock aad lor sale at livtns: price! , at
PAKE eV BEHT'S.
ANOTHER NEW SKIRT.
Just received at
IS O .V- T O .V.
The Most Clpniit, firarrliil and Sen Ire.
H 0 0 P S K 1 R T
I.N AtTKKK .
.ii 1 1 1 1
a u. iVir-
t Eahib t
and liiw i r.-
I Tl-c.-e hi- r - Ii i vi- -Ta I . Mcsri A. T.
STEWART i'O . .r ; (.rkf-,r tl.eir retail
trade, to th evr'u..on flail "tber makes , also bv
CHANI'LERtlO.. .r B...-'.n an.i by all first
CIsm Kons- s thn.uLt at the c u-.try, fr their beat
lie sore and ask f. r tho EON-TON" PATi NT
6KII1T For sale, in all bites, by
E IVA EC3 IYto AIV,
JoU-cr and Dealer in Forelsa and Eomestic
Si IZ Y a O O 19 s,
Corner of Church and College Sta.
KALL OF 1SGG.
T TAKE PLEASURE in t
illtar the attention of the
X public to my assortment c
SEASOiXA BIsE 003)S3
WOOLEN YARNS 4c
Larse and small tires, medium and extra qualities
at LOW PRICES.
HDWAIID II A K L O AV'.S
No. 130 Cliurch street.
A.C. SPEAK J; CO.
Apothecaries V Druggists,
PATEXT 31EDICIXES, CHEMICALS.
SURGICAL and Dental Instruments, Dentist's
Foils. Mineral Teeth. Trusses and BaDnorters.
Shoulder Braces, Bandages, Leeches, Mineral Wa
ters. Dm gsist's Glass Ware, Brushes, Bird Seeds,
Perfumery, Flavoring Extracts, Spices, Shaker i
Herbs, Dye Stuffs, Inks, Camphene, Burning Fluid 1
and Kerosene uu.
EyJVo article of inferior oualilv lent.
AMOS 0. SPEAR EDGAR W BURRITT,
Church Bt. BurllnjtCB, Vt
it i i M 'chnt
v ! t... t. t Nt 1ti
rE ARE KOW OPENING tho Unfit, largest
and best selected siock 01
Hearty .lltttlc Clothing
FALL AND WINTER WEAK
ever trouiht to this market. The aoods are all of
our manufacture, and every Garment sold at oar
establishment Is warranted to give enure meiso
tloo. ... . ,
We have on ami a uae acsoriment 01
O V E It C O A T S ,
mado up of the most popular Crandj "f Oooda, and
In a style not sun assed by any other Store in tho
UJL l U
of all kinds,
IS O 1 S SUET J?
of all styles, grades, aad aaes, all of which we are
imparcd to sell at the very lowest market prices.
OUR CUSl'O.M DEPARTMENT
Is stocked with the choicest an 1 la test novelties the
tli market aflbrds, of
I-.NCI.ISII. KRKNCH AND 'CEKJIAS
ISroatlcIoiIics aV DocsUins,
all of which wo are preparrd to make up to order
in the LATEST STYLES at reasonable prises.
Our Custom work is under the superintenianeo of
aeomnetent cutter from New Turk, aud witn a
corns of able workmen, and our' own experience,
weiliau try (and nope to noaoie) to please an, woo
may favor us with a call.
We Hake Nothing but
IM It S T CLASS W O K K.
We have the completes! Ine of
ch(.s' Fnrnisiliinsr oil
Such as OBirrs V.fDf.R JWE.vr.v. the latest
1TBCK TIES. SCARFS FACE .-HAl..
AI.CXAHDER Kill C.or s. tie
Popular make of PAPER COL
LARS CUFFS, I W
and every thing else to com (lets a Ucntlemin's
NO. 2 S BANK BLOCK.
flKST SATtOJfAU BASK.
U. S. STOO K S.
.ImtH'tt nnd Mold.
rpHBditanwat series of T-30 XOTIkett enn
J staatly oa hand for immediate delivery-
v.s. coirrojis oiu ! silvkb
Compound Iuterct JYmtes
Oei'tilteniesoi E utfcltciMes
I'sirckaucrd va the saost Favorable Term.
Burllnzton. Mar I. IC-6-dawtf
RANKING HOt'SC OP
J .'J i C O tt K JG sT C 9.
rraer Wall A; Nann St . New Yoik.
In eosaaetlm with our house in Ph'ladelphla and
Washington, we have cpca:d a NKW TORE
HO USK at a burs looaUoa, and oner our sew lees to
Banka. Bankers, aad Investors for tho transaction
of their business ta tats eity, Indadlas; p amasses
aad sales cfaorernment Securities, Stocks. Bonds,
and Gold. Wo are constantly represented at the
Stock exchange and Sold Board, where orders sent
at am promptly SIM. We keep oa hand a fall
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES OF ALL ISSUES
buying aad selling at current prces and alloaiaa:
e-rraspondents the most liberal rates the market
Mav 9 -dawlr. JAY COOKE CO.
.11 HKC.I AWTS IVATIOrYAJs
IS a ii k .
U. S. S T 0CK8
Boi:r;iiT and sold.
J9 I'll .V - TJtl IIT
TREASI RT NOTES
or au. isscxs,
CmiHnnI Infereti ."Votes
Certificates of Indebted
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Orders for the purchase and sale oi Miscillajis
obs Stocks aad Boana executed with dispatch at
REGULAR STOCK EXCHAJVOR,
IN NEW YORK.
GOI.ll.SII.VMRand COI PON8
Pl'RCMASED ON FAVORABLR TERMS.
WiU from this dato irsue
HEARING PIIOJI I TO S IKR CBNT.
.Iccordins to leaath of time the .liposit rensias
All sueh receipts will be
CASHED ON DEUANB.
i.nm;.y!.!,I.1,'!'tb,ridTOr aaortor Urn. than
.Mar I dawtl
HOVAL HAVANA LOTTEH.T OP CIBA
Condocted by the 8panish Oovernmcnt.
$30,000 in Cold Drawn Krery 17 Iay
PrlMs eabe1 and inforiaatloa rarnisbod ; the
hlgheit rates paid for Doubloons and aU kinds oi
Sold aad 811 rar ; also for all Uoverament Seeari
TAYLOR A CO . Baakers,
IS Wall Street, New Tor'-c.
IMNB APPLE CH BRSK.
T UST RECEIVED at
'I TENNANT A ELDRliiUB.
4 Baak Block.
T) ASPBERRY 8YRUP at
A GOOD assortment of
HAYING and HARVESTING TOOLS,
Reaping machines. Mowers, Hay Tedders, toy this
bnaths. Forks, hand drag and Horse
Rakes, Grind Stones, and
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
LITTLE CIAXT HAT CORK. I
'I -HE latest simplrstacd best hay elevator innie '
i at PE1RCEU
DOZ. HAND RAKES at wholesale,
c.DOZ. 0LAB8 FRUIT CANS, at Wholesale .
J A M K -V K. UIU.V.I M A I !'
Old Stand, 1Vet sMcol Cliurcli Stieol,
TS OPKflXO TUB MOST EXTBN8IVB .VNI)
1 RICH STOCK of
Soliil Silver at fJoIt! Goods,
HTK-1 (lit NO BVK.
t:o!d. SHvr, Steel and PlBteil
Sold, Plated, Rubber, Steal aad Shell
OOeSLSSandEVE PR0TKCTOB3 aadSFBCS
Ith Been. Ma ad whit. Elaas . W. tr, 4
It ererr person who wishes be UMiMM
mSZKZ used, at the VbpJSa.
SCVTUiSNATMS AJfl FORKS,
MASCFACTIRER-8 PRICES fttbe mde
PK.C1T JABS I FRriT JARS! I
ill Tp rli-selin?r .Ji.
IT IS SAID TO BE THE BEIT lit USK.
Fur sal. cheap by
i hi i i I ! . lt ssasMiaaarnll sssssra-
1 asst of RrvOLTiso Piavou of eeery .dssUr '.bl
pltternlaiid Carsm to St. AU of wht h will W
Kldasluwajt e lowest, and eao Jja hjwir
7i . II- A t. aklsa Hv tbsr
I?"' " UBRTN-.-nfIiDHrL5ltDATH
. i ava-
-v-vnv-piiiNf. dedraM. In the '.line of beads at
1. FLOVirS Jeweln Stotw.
Bank Block, by
niNIOME asanrtanat at
FLOV D-S Jewelry Blare.
Soofts and Stationcrg
MORE NEW BOOKS.
OUHT CALVARV or MEDITATIONS IN
BACIKD PLACES, br Maltha Bale ftnltii
author of Pali.iiilM not of6o-t.
PASTIMB) WITH MT LITTLE FRIENDS, by
Martha H. B. Beoaett.
BsOXR COUHTHAT8 PROMISE, by the author
of Voraesi (IroeL
TAKEN UPON TRUST, hy tho author oT Recom
mended to Mercy, the KoHen Rata le
For Sale at HUNTINGTON'S.
glX months at ths Whit. House. ' far oter.
"Royal Truths," Beeeber.
Spare Hours " ad Series.
'Bi'-iiraphieal Dictionary,- by Wm. A. heeler.
"The Boas, by the Church TeH."
"Tho Mormon trophet," by Waite.
MSherbrook," by the author of Marine.
'Among the rairrlllAS," by Klrke.
"The Bud Book for Mothers," Parker.
"Tho Mon tanas."
'lBS'.Je" A Ckronlcle jf Secessi, n by I. F. Bar
Land at tatt," by Edmaxd rates.
Ths Naval Lieutenant," hy Arautrosg.
"Dr. Kemp," TtoStory of a Life with a Blemish.
For Sal. by
Aa-1 K. A. FCLLER.
OtX MONTnS AT THE WHITE ITOrsE. by F. B.
vStNETlAN Lift Jar William D. Howel's.
THE HANDBOOK FOR MOTHERS, by Edward
B. Parker. M. D.
COMFORT FOR SMALL IN 0ME3, ly Mrs.
Received and fvr sale at
MAGAZINES FOB SKPTEM BRR.
BE DUB "
FRANK LESLIkTS LADVB MAGAZINE.
UOIifeVU LADrS BOOK.
OCR YOU.NU FOLKS.
For bale at Ul'NTrNiiTONS
ABZ- '-1st. !..
SPARK HOURS, Second Series, by John Brown
ROTAL TRVTBK, by Henry Ward Beecher.
fHERBROOKE, by B. B 6 author of ' Madge."
OCR DEIOSBORS I.T THE CORJfER HOUSE.
by T. S. Arthur.
THE BOUSE BT THE CHVRCHTMD, a novel,
by J. S. LeParaa.
EHQUSH TRAVELLERS and ITALIAN BMKI
AiVDS, hy W. J. V. Moaas
AMOlfa THE GUERILLAS, by Edmund Kirko.
CRUMBS FROM THE ROU.fD TABLE, by
Joseph Barber. .
THE CMOWft Of wtVD OUVE. by John Raskia
ISSWE, a Chronicle of Secession, by Geo. F
POEMS, by Chrhttlaa 0. Krsaettl.
For Sale by C. 0. FRENCH A CO.
TLANTIC MONTHLY (or September.
HOURS AT HOME,
FRAK LESLnT8 Masailc.
Received br K. A. FI LLER.
OF the trial of Antoine Probst,
For sale at B
EMERSON- NKW BOOK.
TMii jrnjis.f ye.
la many important pertlciilars, his rclsjtratcd
collection. THe. UARPOF jrDAH.
All who hare seen It decide that It Is the boat
book tor Choirs, the best buok for 8cbooW, th best
book tor Societies, tor Conventions, for Praetiee, for
Social Staging, for Families, foraU Sfaierrs.
Salted to all Denominations : Suited to all Occa
sions i Suited to all Capacities, Suited to every
Singer -, la Its Singing 8.-bool exercises. In its Glees
Part-song., sc.. In its Anthems aid Sentences, in
it Chants and Selections, In its variety of Bymn
Price tl.t. Sent or mail post-paid. Wholesale
price, 112 a doiea. Bead la year ardors early. Sold
byaUMntlc Dealsrs throughout the United States
OLIVER DIT80N A CO., PuMishers. !rr Wasb
Ington Street. Boston.
0ME8 WITHOCT BAN DS. Iwlag a description
of tue haMtaiiona of an'mal accordiazto
tbetr prmelpl.otoaBatru-ti.in; ly Rev. J.G. Swd
svthor uf Uiastrated natural Mtnry.
BOW I MANAGED MY I'llII-DrtKN FROM IN
FANCY TU M KRI AG E by Mr.. Warren, author
of "how I managed m h m-e "L AO a year."
1?ARM AND FRUIT LM)-, :i a ta.ld and
' healthful climate. Tblrlr miles raid of
Philadelphia, by KaUri aJ. in New Jer.ej, ta the
same line of latitude as Baltimore, Md.
The soil is rich and p-cdm-tif, raryi ig from a
clay to a sandy loam, suitable for wheat, brass.
Corn. Tobaioo. Fruits and vegetables. This Is a
grttt rail carry. Five hundred Vineyards and
Orchards have been plant, d out by experienced
fruit growers. Oraoes, Peaches. Pears, Ac, pro
duce immense profits. Vineland is already one -f
tho most beautiful places in the United Sutes.
The entire territory, consisting of fifty square
raises of land, is laid out upon a general system of
improvements. The land u only sold to aetaxl set
tlers with provision for pablio adornment. The
place, on account of its great beauty, as well as
ether advantages, has become rae rssori of
of lout. It has increased fir. thousand people.
within too past three years. (Jburcbea, stores,
Schools, Academies, Societies of Art and Learning,
and other elements of refinement and culture have
been introduced. Hundreds of people- are constant
ly settling. Hundreds of new houses are
constructed. Price of Farm land, twenty acre
aad upwards, f 2S per acre. Five and ten acre
Village lota for sale.
Fruits and Vegetables ripen earlier in this dis
trict than In an) other locality north of Norfolk,
Va. improved places for sale.
Openings for aU kinds of business. Lumber Yards
Manufactories, Foaodriea, Stores and the like
aad bleam Power, with room, oan bo rented.
For persons who desire mild winters, a healthfu
climate, and a g.od soil, la a country beaattfull)
improved, abounding in fruits, and posssssing all
other social privileges, lathe heart of dvOliition,
It Is worthy ol a visit.
, utters answeiea, ana ue vine land f.ural, a
paper giving full Information and containing re-
I poits of Solon Robinson, seat to applicants.
Address C1IAS. K. LAN DIB, Vlneiand P. 0., Laa
dls Township, New Jersey.
From report of Solon Robinson, Agricultural
Editor ef the Tribune : "It Is one cf tho most extea
! sive fertile tracts, in an almost level position and
j know of this tide of tho Western Pratfe."
I Juuc 23 dawfimos. t
WARRANTED GOOD AND FRFaSfl
told by TaWUKTAELOTUDOE.
Another large Invoice of
PRESSED TW aT'.f.V.
PRESSED TIN PANS,
PRESSED TIX PANS.
THAWED TMT f..vv
I tia (;'-
he m..t desirable and but n u-e just received by
li. S. fiLOIKlKTT A Co.
KUSIES CEIJiBR AT ED
Too mast esfoMsui PitUlT .a-ilB.i.VBt lath
market. For sal. by
. !. BI5MaT'r & CO.
STATE Or VERMONT.
A PK IH3 J jAM AT I OIV .
"I V7HEREAS, The Farmers aad Meefaaaic's Baak
1 1 a eorpora'ion duly inoorpormted ay the Leg
islaturo of the State of Vermont, loevted aad do
ing business at Barliactoa la taa Coosl
leaden, has made application to be. rsjq
to issue a proclamation desigiiatlax ass
the tetsaiaatlon of the existeaea of sal
Aad whereas. It has baea aaaoj. to appear to aw
that two-thtrdj of th. local raksa
I of Ike
toldwra of said eorpocatiao war. givaa la flavor oi
said application ;
Now. tkorafore. I, Paul Dillisrghasa. Boieiuor
or ue state of i enaoat. la cnarmlly with said
application and the provtsiaas af seotloaw sJaaay.
six and eighty-seren of chapter eigaty-aina f the
usaeraiatatuicsac Vermont, ao ttereoy fcsso. mv
proclamation and declare that oa th. Tesh day
of September, A. D., 1966, the said corporation of
the Farmers aad Mechanics' Baak shall cease to
exist, as fullr and with the same eSect as ir its
charter expired by th. limitation therein.
Ia witness whereof, I hare hereunto signed my
name aad raased the seal of tho Statoto be
hereunto affixed, in Executive Chamber la
Waterbury, this Eighth day of March, ia tb.
(L s.J year of oar Lord one thousand elrht baadrad
and sixty-six. and of th. independence of the
United States the ninetieth.
v , PAUL DILLINGHAM.
By the Governor.
. Secretary of Civil and Military Aftairr.
Mar-h li - warn
STATU OP VERMONT.
7 HERE.V8. Th. Bank of Burlington, a eorpor
1 ration dulv lneornorated br the Leeielature
rfth.,l.ta.r . ' . . , . I i J 1 . . K 1
nesS at Burllngton.in the County of Chittsrjden.hei
made auplioatlon to me requesting me to Issue a
proclamation designating some day for the termin
ation of the existence ot said corporation ; and
Whereas, It baa been mad. to appear to mo that
two-thirds of the legal votes of the stockholder"
cf said corporation were given in favor of said a p
Now, therefore, I. Paul Dillingham, governor o
the St-te of Vermont in oonformltv with said an
I licatloa and the provisions of sections eighty-six
and eiahty-Hven of chapter eighty-nine of the
tauneral Statutes of Vermont, do hereby issue my
reclamation aad declare that on the Fifteenth
y of September, A. D. ISeo, tho said corporation
of the Bank of Burlington shall cease to exist as
fully and with tho samo effect as if its charter ax.
ptre dby the limitation therein.
In witness whereof, I harehereaato signal my
name and ciuied tho seal of the Stito to be
herePBto affixed, ia Sxecutlve Chamber In
L . Waterbary. this TweUUi day of MarchTta the
year of our Lord.cce thourand eight hundred
By th. Governor. PAUL DILLINGHAM.
B Cnxi M.Cat,
AMOS J. COKEY, I
TAKE UU ( , MM
Patent Metallic Sol;
A HEW i:jvnsnoir.
Warrixava. Fv is the most prolr,c
saost sare to bring oa a cold , sn't e ld
aad often when not nerltcttil. lea-l t ; -sjoacas
aad fatal c.nsumptivns. It i.- .i -sjoaTof
this truth that the inventive tal .
sjoaatry has lor years been devising sou.3
or attempting to de U-e it, lor keo.nK ' .
ffmA ot that should nit give mc nvtm .i
asoaror. Rubber shoes m one f- rauriL' :
hsalsarto beoa our roliar-o bt.t ,t is .
as amvBK their many evits that while t'
aha seat dry from external lt. sture, 'J
tawaa over much, aad by thus :ariug .i
ataderaess laeraase a sasceptii'i. iy t c
than ntherwrse. They as alsu ruubcr- uu.
feet, and withal are very erpeurua. 1 : e
for somethiag that shall tuakc the c: .
aad oboe impervious to water, with.
tbeir el-nne or darabibtt , am' . if p- -out
adtltnz sensibly to tho c -t t tbc.r
tare Th-e, it will b.et&cei! i .ireu.i-1
features, and wo coaaeienti- u-l athrm t
ure a"lutel yattalned in tuo n. .tnu. n :
nrepented to the nubile.
The invention eoasisti) In .n-rr'ing '-'.
inner and out ir sole, when t : ot u n
thin Metallic PbATB, excee iio.v duct. -lng
dexilnlity with tuughr.t- . ver .
every way adapted to th enrci. .
addltloBM aapeasa as mere. u. aai. it
a perfect barrier against ti. j
dampness, though tho feet -.. ,
ioog upon wet pavemenu - r
To ladies ana children ' M
of incalculable value, as i.- ,u
aad delicacy of dress, the are
to the long train of tils tna if
.".-u. .1 j
. I up
qn wm '
Tres. Soles hare already e-
of all test, actual ess an i :
their merits, freely pn ffertd . .
most b. sjHsedily aad kh'T-j.
anhiis. The Patent Uttji, .
are being introduced . wu;
Shoo St-iros throaghom t o I r. -. : State'
sapalant all forms o t.' r !
deapmador snow, as 'i.
saro to get them and tik 1, -maker
does not hapii-'n t -1: . .
car. them without duficutt . .
t- i ue ki
l. -. It i
S fi-Ul 1 "
seou uiui.u w " . - - "- - -
cents, and obtain six pair, a-.-- r'i 1 nze. .
to as., which will be pr-m.ti !. iw.r- c '
or express pre-paid and wl. i. aii lie u-
aay shoemaker In the count .gcr
astal lished ta ever city and -.-.'.Ijge. : :
with Soles and proprietary -t.imp. i'
prices, and liberal ei.mm -m-u aUowoi
Also Oer.eral Agencies fr Mte- 'p-. !:t .
alication, with proper tenlmof : i
.IK .1 !
The pmprtetorsi'f the aii. .t patent ha-, i
iacintict with a patent pn. ..i.ly:'-u -Ham
J. Lymaa, of Ni.rthanipt'iu Ms--,
the ose laeeafiea oa.l i-'1 the "!i
ties in interest have purchase tliesau.e. ."
blniiig tl.eir interest, halo orai ixed
TUB A.WLItU AN
Pateut SetalUe Shoe Sole n
WITH A C.tPtTtL ul i-U'lKll"
And eMaMished a general Ma-u uct. rj m
at all times to fill oners t r eo.e- of ah: .
promptness and r. patcii
The attention of uealer.
.Ye strioa tea. af aare
esasrar. , procurable, i
it. Sseoial indueeme :. ; '
manufacturers, to ad ii ft
Lists and eaarai and ;i.cc.a!
. . Tri .' '
J to lra'r
on applicaOoaat the
A E i.l MAN.
p-rjnt Am. Poi. -r-t-.il
ti J ha btreet. V
THS M IMMliril
Crockcrv, China, la'
Xos. 2.TiiJ3l"uin III. , Clmr '.
The un ier.igaed, prt pric: r-- . the a
lishment. ledre to call iu ftentia:.
iacreased t.ci.lUes for the l.-tvr acmuj
of their patri-BS. They base a ! il :ti
larged sui beautiSed thttr -.i - ro.ui,
eorrespfinilingly iccrei td i.-i impri .-':
stuck. AH goods naBiet in th : !l'i" - -will
offer on tho most re- n. i!-- term-, t: "
aal. and retail, vis.
of ihil.'y an 1 very dcsirV
old t aad and ,lec -a
Table (;ia Varc,Kci.'tte Lamp-.
Laatfrns and b.-iii:lier.
from the cheapest to the s t!i-t
(oods pettaialng to the laui tra u. suli i.
CHIMNEYS, BCl Ni.P.3 AND WU
LATED GOODS, of R- '-er j r.rx,V.i' '. '
field A Priced '
TABLE CSTEERY. of tl.e ' m-su.
JAPANNEDCBAllBERSii.Tl in.. P.I . - -
Such a FANCY C0L0ONI M TTS, . .-l
and PARIAN tiOuL S. Ac.
And they would ca'l especial to thi'r
Cloth a Paper WiHd
Shatte matt Fixtures.
E. O. W1RE t.
A CERTAIN I't'EE F :
CtiUcbs, Colds, Croup. Wh r '' -J-aess,
and all i -c.e? of tho
Throat, and Lunfs.
Spcety and Safe. Tr it.
C. F. STORRS A CO., Prt-i r e! rs, t .
. s. s.
St?rrr, Sanatory Specin
THE BRSt REMtn, IN Till' gAXk' .
Cholera. Cholera Mor!-:. Pa nter,' .
ChoUe. Isyssartary . DiarrL . . Vr.m
in thoStcnisch. Rheuuitlra. -
ralgla. Toothache, t Pain
of all kin'X
Used externally mi intcrri".;. . Sate
C. F. STORES A CO.. Pr. yr.et rs V.
Storra'CJ.Met!icine3 BurU. .
J. W. Roar. A. C. Srras 4 C , n. ir.
aad J. S, tall.
GRAY HAIB. '
This is the AxBaasiAth.-.t Biii;nita
Thli ii th Can that lay
in the Axaaoau tbat King atade.
This is the His who was. bald ir.1
Who now ha ravea leeks, th y "
He uml the Pure that lay
InthcAMBRo !.l that Bin; ni.i l
This j the M i. lea, haaddonw i' '
or .. i . .
; ifiiuuimnili man once oatu '
A daV Ue used th-' AvminaiA thst'Rn::
This is the Pars. r. . bo, hy the wij.
Married the i
To the mm once bald aad gray.
Hut who now has ravea lock', ' 1
Becanse 'ie used th.- Cure that li
Ia the Ajibbosia that Khsg aud .
This is the BeU tho; riacs away
To irou-e the pear' sad sad gay
Unto this fact, whl a bereooe. s
II" . i .WHfifJIA aswesj- j
L H.TUBBS & CO.. F.j. 'z-r & H iL
no i'. lept. 3, l -,el-,.
t sank .m