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THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING- NOVEMBER 0, 1866
The author of the Xasbj letters !s one
Iicie, editor of the Toledo (Ohio) Blade. ,
At e ipccial convention of the Epiecopal
Iliocew ot Maine, licid Oct. 31. Her.
Henry A. .Vtelcj. of New York, was unani
mously elected RVliop of the Dioccfc.
TIhim: who have Icarcd that Mr. George
I'eaboJy, as iciroverWiing hiniBclf hy hi
rirent large donations will lie glad to learn
that he U ftill worth from ten million toif
nen Million. In a recent address to the
I'l-aLudy Institute of Ilaltimore he faid :
" At the clote of the war three-fourths of all
the property I pos-ftsed had been invested in
U. S. Government and State s.ecuritif, and re
mains to at this time."
In a private letter frjni Newport, K. I.,
Senator Susincr finished the announcement
or hi marriage, by iiotins the SjHttator :
" I fhtll endeavor to lite hereafter suitable to
a man in my station, as a prudent heid cf a
family, a good husband, a cartful fitlicr (when
it shall so happen), and as your most sincere
The stockholders of tl Vermont A Cac
nda railroad have tlected the following di
rector fur the ensuing year : Lucius 11.
1'eck. Edward Wake. John I'orter, W. U.
Smith, II. I'. Cheney, and bnmucl Atheitmi.
Aaron Moorr , of Iitunington, tried to
hang himself two weeks since in bis wgon
bop, hut was discovered ami cot down be
fore juite dead. Jtccmt loss of projicriy N
said 10 !bie led luci to tLe attempt.
A man mimed Hiram Koon w arroted
in I! nninj;ton the other day on charge of
the murder of .Mrs. Lihcr at I'etcrsborg. X.
Y., sutue wicks since, lie U a well known
jiil bird and desperate character, and killed
Mrs. Itier for no provocation, except refus
ing to cook for him.
Chan. Whitney shot a wild tnt n Sjutli
Mountain in Kristol the otlier day, after
vainly trying to take it alive. It measured
fourfietiu length, and lieing cught in a
ste 1 trap had dragged trap, chain and all
to the top ot a tree. Soon after tie caught
another wild cat tear the same place.iirolubly
tho mate of this one, and a larger animal.
Melvin Wadeworth of Iknningtjn lot bis
dog a month ago, nnd found it nfter twenty
two days in a pit ten feet deep, where it had
lived, and almost died, on roots and grubs.
The new Passumrsic railroad bridge
across a branch of Like Memphrcmagog H
completed, and trains arc now ran to Derby.
Tbo company arc pushing the extension of
their road as rapidly as possible to Stan
stead, C. E.
"While going up hill in North Troy, tbo
other day. a lady was met by a team driving
rapidly down, and the projecting handle of a
plow thry carried struck the lady in
tho aMomcn, inflicting serious injury from
which she lies in a critical state.
Tli dead infant found in a school house
in Shaft6'jury, it has !ccn proved, was left
there by a woman from IVnnington.
Lcn Codding's hsiise in Watervillc, was
robbed the other day of G0fl in 1". S. Rinds.
No clui- to the thief.
The Damn's Itnenre.
A TRIE TALE.
Itetwccn Arvier and the v illajo of Liver
oeiuc, among the Alps, one sees at the top of
a craggy cone the ruins of an old chateau.
It is a genuine eagle nest, ana is surround
ed by precipices that "from level meadow
Msins of deep grass suddenly scale the
light." These shapeless tumuli arc all that
remain of Montmayeur. The baron of this
title was the terror of big vicinity, and well
deserved the motto which his family bad
borne tor ages Vnmiilnis tl raslro. Having
at one time a lawsuit on his hands which
concerned the ownership of a vast estate
that he claimed, he presented himself before
Guy de rerngny, president of the Senate ot
Unamtiery, and pressed his suit. Ibc lat
tcr, overcome by his importunity, promised
to use his influence with the Senate to gain
a decision in his favor. Unhappily he was
not successful and this Ixidy decided unani
mously against him. The ruined suitor
said nothing for a few days, but at Ieneth
called upon the president and said to him,
"After some reflection 1 feel convinced that
the Senate gave a just verdict in mv case. I
had little right on my side, nnd descryed to
lose it. 1 wish to bury the past, and in or
aer vt eemenr more irienuiy relations with s
relative whom I have unjustly attackcJ, I
propose to give an entertainment to him and
a number of my friends at my chateau. It
is to take place to-morrow, and t should lio
gratified if you would make one of tho
party " lie smiled as be said this and af
fectionately pressed Ferrigny's l.niK The
latter accepted the invitation and on the
next day found himself at tne baron's dour
at tee appointed hour.
a All was dark and silent There was mi
light gleaming a bo'piUble welcome acros
the valley, nor any f the bustle and prepa
ration that denote the expected arrival of
bidden guests. The president prepared to
depart, lor bis mind mistrusttd some disin
ter, when his host appeared. He was calm
and serene and his reception ot his guest
bland and cordial My other friends have
disappointed me," be quietly said. " and wo
will not await them lunger. We will pbee
ourselves at tabic forthwith Aliens, man
chcr prcsidtr.t." The banquet was luxurious
and delicious. The wines were cxquiitc.
Host and guest pledged each other in i-ur
of gold Tho gaiety of the forme r excited
mat ot ttie tatter and soon forgetting nT
suspicion, Fcrrigny abandoned bimseIC to
the winning hospitality of bis entertained..
When the turon at length saw bis giyt m
tjrely given up to the pleasures f the ejeea
sion and rcj-ing tranquilly on the u-cur-anccs
ol friendship which he iadht intervals
Ono ol tne latest ofMs. Lincoln's stones
was told to a parts hi gentlemen, who.
amid the luuiMisj rains of ti e "confedVra.
cy," nnxiouslyasked "what ho would do
with JerJ. Davis."
"'htre was a boy in Springfield," rej.ui
ed Mr. Lincoln, -'who caved up his m.ircy
and bought a cixin, which, after the nuaehv
wore oil', btcame a great nuisance, lie va
one diy leading him through thes'.mcs, and
had bis bands full to keep clear of the lit.
tie vixen, who bad torn bis clotlwhalf off f
him. At length be sat dovsa on the curb
stone, completely fagged oui A man plac
ing was stopped by tbe Aid's rfisevo-olatc
nppcarancc. and askodtho matter. 'Oho,'
was the reply, 'th-ixn is such a trouble
tome" 'Why don't you get rid of him,
then,' said the gentleman. -Iiuh ' said
the bo7, -don't you see he irnavrin? ha
rope off? 1 am going to it bitn d.i it, and
then I will go home and tell tho Tulks that
he got away from me!'"
Some gentlemen were discussing In Mr
Lincoln's presence on a certain occasion Gen. !
-McLIclIan s military capacity. "It is doubt
less true that he is a good engineer,"
said the Prueident ; "but be seems to have
a special talent for developing a stationary
When Mr. Lincoln banded to bis fiiend
Gilbert his appointment as assersor in the
Wall street district. New York, he said :
"Gilbert, from what I can learn, I judge
that you ate going upon good 'missionary
groucd-Preach God and libeity to tho 'built'
and 'uears,' and get all the money yon can
for the Government!"
One of Mr. Lincoln's "illustrations" in
my hearing, on ono occasion, was of a man
who, in driving the hoops of a hogshead to
"bead" it up, was much annoyed by the
constant falling in of the top. At length
the bright idea s track him of putting bis
little boy in to "hold it op." This he did;
it never occuring to him till tbe job,waa
done, bow be was to get his child out.
"Tbif ," eaid he, "is a lair faniplo of the
ynj MB people always do business."
- iiWb HUQ'f
.K.'U.t DE MAGNOLIA.
A toilet dellshL superior to any Colojue. used
to liatlie tbe face and person, to render tli skin sort
and fre-h, toalU) inllammattons, to perfome cloth
ins. Tor heidache, ie. It is msnuiactared from the
rich Southern Mainoli. b4 is olitaiains a patron
age quite unprecedented. It is a favorite with
actrtsscs and opera sinrert. It is sold by all deal
era, at it."' tn larse bottlcj, and by Duns Bars is
Jc fjo.. Jew YurSr, Wholesale Asents.
S.llt.lTOC.t SI'llIM: WATER, sold by
morninr, lie took Plarttlon Hitters ; if bo felt
weary at uift, he took Plantation Bitters ; if lie
lacked aprietlte, was weak, languid or mentally op
jrsed, f took Plantation Bitters; and tbev
never tkiled to set hita on bis pins square and firm.
Few persons want any letter authority; but as
some ra7. jt red tbo tollowinc -
1 owe much to yon.for I verl
Ir Ib1Ito th" PlantatlontBltters bare saved my life.
REV. W. II. WAOONErt, Madrid N. Y.
" I have been a creat safferer
.from Iivspeps'n. and bad to ahandon preacblnir.
' Tbe Plantation Bitters cured
!. KEY u. a. uiLbnuui, aaw rorkuity.
I h d lfst all amietite was
an weak sad enervated 1 could bardly walk, and
had perf e t drsad of society. The
Plantation Hitters have set rre all rl;ht.
J AJIES UKIMIStVAY. Et, LonlaSIo,"
The 1'linUtlon Hitters have
eared meof aderanewnent of the Kidnejs ami Ur
toarv Organs, that distressed me for jearf. They
act like a charm.
C C. JIOOr.E. RV4 BroaHway. N. V."
Mrs O M DKVOE mnasrof the Union Home
School fur Soldiers' Children aajs tbe "basclren
It to the weak and invalid children under ber
eh&rce.with the most bapo and patifyin recults.
We lave received over a hundred reams or nch
ertieatc but no advertiAement is so effective as
bat jieople themselre- sav of a eood article. Our
tbrtane and our reputation is at stake. The origin
al qualit) and high character to these goods will
be sustained under evr-y and all eircumtances
They bare already obtained a sale In every town,
village, parish and hamlet among civilised nations
Base Imitatfirs try to come as bear cnr name and
stvleas they can, and becaase a good article can
not tie sold as low as a poir on they find some
tuppo't fr m parties who do not eare what they
sett. Be on your cuard. See our private stamp
over the cork.
P If. DRAKE CO., New York City.
SAKATOKA SI'Itl.VG WATEH. saU bj all
OVEltA MILLION' DOLLARS SAVED.
(entlrmen: "Ihadaaesro mm worth tl 300
who took cold from a bad hurt In the leg, and ni
usc'fm for over a ) ear. I bad used ever thine I
eonld bear of without benefit, until 1 tried the
Mexican Mustang Liniment- It soon effected
Momtromerr.AU.. June 17. 15'9 J. L DOWNING
"I take pleasure io recommendlnc tbe Mexican
Mo'tang Liniment as a valuable ana indif pensible
article for Sprains, Sore. Scratches or eiailson
Horses. Our men hare ued It for Burns, Bruises,
bore, Kneumatum, ic. ana all nr it acts 1U
. I . m T IT 1 1 1 1" T'T1
Foreman for Amerletn. Wells, Fargo'j and Ilar-
aei e uprose.
"Tbe snraiaof mydaushter's ankle, oceisloned
while skatine last winttr, was entirely eared In
one week, after she camer.eed uting vonr cele
brated Mostanc Liniment.
Glouce-ter. Mass.. Auir. I. ! ED. SEELY
It is an admitted fact that the Jlexican Mustasg
l.inimeni periorms more ccree in soo ter ume oc
man and beast loan any article ever discovered.
bamliies, livery-men and plaeters tnould alwavi
bare it on hand. Quick and sure It certainly is
All cenuine tswrapnedin stcel-nlateeriCTarincs.
bearing the eijniatuTC of O. W Westbrook, (Chemist
ana tnemiHc sump or Delias naasas 4r vo.
over the top.
An effort law been made to counterfeit It with
a cheap stone plate label, ijt dtth !
SARATOGA Sl'lMNG WATEH. sold brail
It is a moat delightful Hair Dressing.
It eradicates scurf and daadrm?.
It keeps tbe head cool and clean.
It makes the hair rich, soft and glosay.
It prevent: hair to rains Cray and falling off.
It restores hair upon premature bald heads.
This is just what L on's Ivathalron will do. 1 1 is
pretty it is ebeap durable. It is literally sold by
we car-toaa, ana yet us almost inereaioie aemaaa
is dftil mcreasis?. until there is hardlv a eouatrv
store that does not keep it; ora family that does not
E. THOMAS LYON, t-betaut. Y
SIH.ATOKA SPRING WATER, told Iiy
Vxiio would not be beaatif al ' t?ho would not add
o the Irbeautv? Thatriies that marbte puritp
and dutiague appearao-o we observe upon the
stace. and in tbo citv belle ' It is no longer a
rrrt. Thev use llazan's Maa-nolia Balm. Its con
tinued use removes tan. freckles, pimples and
cuuzhce, freta the face and hands, and leaves tbe
eocapleaioa smooth, traaaparaBt, bloominr and
r.ivihiii. L'nlfke many ooavaetiea. it contains no
ui injarioaa to tn sam. any iirna-zist wiu
itf or you. if not on hand, nt teetl per bottle
w . hau., Troy, t . luemiste.
JiARATOGASritl.VG WATER, sold by al
Beiautreet's inimiuble Hair Coloring is not a
ciaatK. and more r lety destroy the vitality and
beautr of the hair Tut It tb original iiair e,oior
inc. and has Msen zrowtnf; to tavor over twenty
Tears- It ret torea jtray bair t its original col r
by gradual afaeoriition, la a most remarkable nun
aer. It In alto a beantiful b ir drea ii c. sVJdln
two slits o cants ana it by i.lld.aieit
O. MLIdi -tEl t'beraUt.
SARATOGA M'RI.NU W I ''j.. .-old by all
LvoVs EiTBicr or Poaa Jama:i'a (ii.voio-for
IndieetioB, Nuieea. Ileartbatn. bick lleadacLc.
Jul. ra Morons, Klituleno., c where a warminz
tUoiulaM rxiulred. lucaretul prsparatloa and
entire purity nukes Ita cheap aad reliable article
furcaliaarv purpose. Sold every where, at 0 ets
Ptrbuaie. Art tor "LtonV Pure extract Tak
S I RA rC A SI'R IG V All R, Sold by
Home Ensurancc Companv
OF NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplns, $.1,750,000.
S. 4 U.S. WIP.ES, Aients.
Thcl ns Co of iVorth America
(iBcroporated 17M. Oldest Company in the
Cnpltal mid Surplus, f 1,800.000.
Perpetual Ins granted on Crst-claia buildincs.
S. i. S. WIRES, Asents.
OF NEW YORK.
t'upitaland Surplus $1,300,000,
S. t. R. 6. WIRES, Asents.
.TIclroiioIitan flnsiirance Co.
OF AEY YORK.
Capital ami Surpln, 51,0 1,1 18
This Co. returns 1 net proSti to policy holders.
S R. o. WIRES, Agents.
ioi l'i Wclcni EiiMiranceCo
OF OSWEGO. N. Y.
Capital anil Surplu-, S'WO.OOO
8. 1 R. S. WIRES. Asents.
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Capital and Surplus, $1,000,700.
8. 4 R. S. WIRES, Asenti.
Harmony P. aiid.TI. Ins. Co.
OF NEW YORK.
CASH ASSETS OVER tSOO.OOO
S. 4 R. 8. WIRES, Agents.
IVarrajjaitsctt P.ifc iII.Iiin.Co.
OF PROVIDENCE, R, 1.
Capital nnd Surplus, 000,000,
8.AR.H. WIRES, ArentA
Lamar Fire Insurance ('.
OF NEW Y'ORK.
Capital am! Surplus, JI07JSS.
S.iH fi. WIRIS, Atents.
Commerce Snsurance Co.
OF ALBANY. N. Y.
CAPITAL AXD SURI'LCS. ini,l03
J.iR. . WIRES, Actsts.
IViajrara Fire Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL AM) Sl'ltl'l.l'S il, r.OO.OOII,
This Company insures detached farms and rtl
lage aweinns, inree 3 ears, ut t per cent
liorillaril l'irc ZintintnccOo
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL -VXD SURI'LCS, 1,I(I2.09I
This Co. returns 1 set profits to policy boWera.
S. U. S. WIRES, General Agents.
Springfield F. tfcHI. Ins. Co
OF SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
CAPITAL AS D SURPLUS SGOO.OOO,
B. A R. 8. WIRES, General Agents.
IVorth American Fire In. Co
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS ttOO.OOO
Fifty per cent of net profits returned to policy
S. illS. WIRES, General Asent.
Applications for agencies for the three last named
Companies In Vermont. Western New Hampshire
and Northern New York, tbould be made to us as
Ueneral Agents and Apcy Supcriatendects for
said Companies in said territory.
Fire and Inland Insurance taken in the above
earned first class Companies, to the amount of
J 23Ujj.ii. in one risk.
Dwelling houses and their contents and farm pro
ferty nerall will be insured for one or a term of
3 eare, anowinc the marea to receive tuck vearlv
three-fourths the profits at rates so low as to make
it an obfect to all bavin: such property to Insure,
to iry mess companies.
Premium notes are net reouired. and tbe insured
Incurs no liability to assessments-, the larjre cash as
sets 01 tnese ejimuames rurmsli perrect indemnity
ror &11 jos&rc?.
rirat-rlaks I'nrm and Village dvvcllliij
WITH THEIR CONTENTS
tuvretf tkrte ytart or kalf f one per etnt. tr tt
Loares liberally adjnstcd and promptly paid at this
S. fc R.S. WIRES. A cents.
.la.-mliaf (an Lite En. Co.
OF NEW YORX.
fIMlIS e?ompanv commenced Its operations In l&O
-a. ananas trorccuieaa sacceseiui ana reliable
business sinee.Pnlieif tare frranted to those In sound
health both on the Joint stock and mutual plans of
Insurance, thus atTordini: to tLe public tbe advan
tages of either system at their option in one Insti
tution. The lowest rates cf premiums are changed
that can be adopted and furnish requisite security
to tbe assured and perpetuity to tLe company.
Til's company kai alAaif paid our $lO0,(X) r
tef end tilrr l'jili,uiju in dit-weiblf (
NO.V-1'ORFEITIXC LITE POLICIES
PremlamsmaybepaliUInclrorlnfire or ten an
nual pa) meats, at option of the assured. This
plan Is commended to the public as it circs to tho
assured tbe full value of all tbe money paid and
bein; completed In early life, whilst the parties are
vigorous and hopeful, cives entire exemption from
layments or anxieties in aavancea me, its value
nnot bo too highly estimated.
KO.y F0RFE1T1XO ENDOIfMEXT POLICIES.
These are made payable at death or on attaining a
given ae, Premiums payable In ten annual pay
ments. The policy becomes non forfeitable for one
tenth of amount insured for each payment, parties
injuria: In this plan hare all the advantages of
a savings Pank, as the payment of premiums se
cures its equivalent value, payable on tbe assurer
attaining tne given ace or at acatn snouia 11 occur
sooner Whole life, short term, endowment and
annuity policies Issued in all their various and ap
proved forms. Printed documents containing full
nformatlon furnished without charce and tent free
by mall. Good local agents wanted In every town
and energetic and reliable men employed on favor
able terms to travel for this company.
c.aMU n. inu.
Gen. Aeenta 4 Arencv Bunt's.
for Ycrmcmt and counties of Saratoga. Washington.
Warren. Eesex. Clinton, Franklin and St. Lawrence
In New York. Jan3 dawly.
KisrrAcrnra asd duixx i
CoIHns and Bnrial Cases
In Wood and Metal, of every style.
ALL sites constantly on hand or made to order
In any required style.
Corns Trimmiscs of all kinds. Kama Plates
ci 1 - r t - --il . 1 at. 1
constantly on hand and famished at short noil a.
1 can rumiin uomns at any nour or ins night, If
required, as I sleep In the same building.
1 cnuis arranin, wrrs uxaasx.
Apply at any hour of day or night to
Rtullnstca Marthas, ISM.
CO TO THE
AND SEE THE
Mj a v i,- e s I S lor f;
Carpels mul Oil Cloths
IX tiii: CITY
I iiIIckc Street.
T Eagaln call the attention of our euttomers to
Y oar largo awl well selected stoek of
We Invite particular attention to ear aatortment or
DUES S GOOD S,
which sever before was so couplet,altoWallaeof
from which all can be railed either in price
tyortt)Ie. Oar Aatortment of
F Is A IV i 15 I, S ,
is extensive, conaiatiag in part oi
OPERA. In all colors,
SHAWI, BALMORAL SKIRTS,
II OOP SKIRTS, HOSIERY OLOYES
YAXKKII NOTIONS, fte.
all of KbJab w take pleasure lo saying will t told
at tne lows 1 unae prices.
PAOB t BKoT.
.VII. I UXIO.V IILOCK.
D 11 Y GO 0 D S
c . t 1: ai t a ,
OUK STOCR Ol' DRV IMMHM AMD CAUPKIS
Is not eAcaUtd fa utavt or rarlaty, sad ukera-
tofcre, weaiHl wsaate U In llaailasaarten to bay
Dry fJooiN am! Carpels.
BMITII 1 PLATT.
Sept 13 If
I O.M EST I :s.
Si belt if siting
" Cotton ItatST
? " Si;?"-
1" " Rlk. U'aiotar.
3 " Tlekfiig.
lu Case waterkaa I'rfaMa.
3 " Uaslta DeLabm.
- " lllend. Cotton.
3 " fbirttat; Flan Is.
3 " Cotton do
4 ' Corset Jtana.
i " Tickings.
I " CotM&bbrlca.
t " ShirtlBg StriMa
i " Balmoral Sklrta.
to bales Ootton Yara.GNoa. 7 to 11)
4 bbls. Wrapjans Twine.
HK) dot. Spool eiouoa.
" Dress Driida.
M " Suspenders.
au A toil luu or
Yankee .o(ions, Arc
Tosetlier with a fall assnrtSMBt of
8-Ei'Vl.E.vA . FANCY CASSIMERE3
BSosienj ami (Hares
la great variety.
The trAle Is invited to fHrA lku Rtiwl a 1.M.V a.
they aroblletdattlie '
1.0 U'KST MjMk'KT 1UTKS.
,, EliWARI) LYMAN.
Oct. I dawlf t
lloolis and lalioncri)
fllUEL-WSOFRITUAUSM: by Rt Rev. John
-1 Henry Hopkins. D.D, Bishop of Vermont.
TJlKAhURES FROM THE PROSE WRITINGS
OF JOHN MILTON. " a
BANCROFTS HISTORY OF THE UNITED
STATES Vol. IX.
THEPICTliREOFST.JOIIN by Bayard Tay-
CnARALTER AND CHARACTERISTIC MEN
y Edwin P. Whipple.
MARTYR1A i on ANDERSON VI LLE PRISON.
A. C. Hamlin.
SIX MONTHS AT THE WHITE HOUSE WITH
BRAI1AM LINCOLN by F B.Carpenter.
THE ART OF AMUSING hv Frank Beliew.
THE DIAMOND tDITION OP TPNV-ihi
LONGFELLOW'S POEMS-eomplete In four vol
umes. THE COMPANION TOETS.-ln fire volumes.
WOMAN OUR ANOEL 'a novel): by A. S.Roe.
HELEN FORK , by Horatio Alger. Jr.
MILLY OR. THE HIDDEN CROSS - birr.,,...
tvu uooii roK liui : by Florence Marrvat.
GRIFFITH GAUNT Oir JEALOUSY 1,.. n..
For sale by
CO. FRENCH t CO..
Corner Church Main Sts.
NEWSPAPERS AXD MAGAZINES.
ON and after November i:th,lS6, we shall be
prepared tosuimlr at onr new Star in Tin...
prepared to supply at our new Store InTtmes
Building, the New York and Boston DAILY and
WKKKI.V NEVCRPA PKIlR mrA trill 17IVIJO 7TI
tie Foreign Periodicals. From the proximity or
our store to the Postoffice, It will be found a con
venient place to procure papers. TothrwwhnH.
slrcltwe can send the papers to their residences.
Persons who wish to procure Papers and Magazine
through us, will oblige ru by handing In their
names at onco, but subscriptions will be received at
Oct 3U CO. FRENCH CO.
-THE PEN ISM1GHT1ERTIIANTIIE
THE GOLD FEN-THEBEST OF ALL PENS,
JIOKTOX'S "GOL.D PJEiVSj
THE BEST TENS IN THE WORLD.
Tug Pairs manufa-tured by Mr. Morton aro or
established repntatlon, and are not to bp classed
witli the numerous worthless articles which have
flooded the market for the last few years. Armj
ami .Vary Journal X. Y.
Mobtos's Gou Pass are vastly superior and
cheaper than tho quiU or steel pen. ,
We have hal much experience In tho use of (ioIiI
Pecs, and are prepared to say that we think Mor
ton's tho best we have ever trlel Tse Bai It"
Wa hav been more than twenty years trying to
coax ourselves Into tho use ora Gold Pea , but
never found one, till we used Morton's, that we did
not cut aside after a short use. Wo can speak or
the real comfort or one of Morton's Gold Pens. A .
1". 0lm er.
I s El acquainted tilth the minuracture or Gold
Pens and have no hesitation In savins that tl
f..Mf tnrntit mnA Tatonted bV Mr. Morton.
and employed in his business, enable LIm to manu
facture tbe best Gold Peas in tho world.
Editor ScitntijK Jmrrirm.
The subs;riber has been appointed SoleAgent,
or Morton's Gold Tens tor Burlington and vicinity
and Is now prepared to furnish them at whole
sal, or retail at "or-ctnres"I.Nf,NaT0N,
Corner College A Church t. Burllntton.
EMOIR OP TIMOTHY GILBERT, by Fultra
ivniiAS nun anoel. a. s. itoe.
HELEN FORD, by Horatio Alger, Jr.
THE ART OF AMUSING, Illustrated.
GRIFFITH GAUNT or JEALOUSY, by ChaJ
Reue . . . j
Also many intercstinj; Devotional Books and
T"C"' Received by E. A. FULCKR
ALL T11E LEADING CHOIRS
All tho Best SinginsScttOols, The Principal Mruieal
Conventions, All TamlUe of
Aie using L.O. Emerson's New Book or Church
Music, "The Jubilate," decidedly tho beat TOt of
its tind before the public. Price $13, Seat pott
paid. OLIVER DITSON A CO.. Publishers, WT
Washington ttrtet. Boston.
TWO HLSDRED UEAUTIEL'L SOXCS
DUETS, TRIOS AND SACRED PIECES,
For 50 Cents.
"Merry Chimes,'' designed for Juvenile Clasaes,
Public Scboola Seminaries and Young Folks at
Home. Prefixed to which are Elementary lastruo
tloas, Attractive Exercises Ac. By L.O. Bmenoa
Price 50 cts. Sent pst-patd. OLIVER DITSON
A CO , Publishers. Washington SUeet, Boston.
P1AXO PLAYING IS EASILY LEARNED
From "Richardson's Now Method," 23.11) copies of
which are sold eiery yeir. Its Less-.ns are adapted
to pupils ol all ages, and Its eiereixe attraclive
and useful In every stage of advancement. Thl
book has, on account of its actual merit, become
the ttandird work of Piano instruction, and tbe
only one which every well tstbrmed teacher and
scholar usee. I'riee 13 T3 ; on receipt it which it
11 1 be sent post-paid. OLIVER DITSON A CO
Publishers, 277 Washington Street, Boston.
AXAOAX A. STORRS.
HATS, CAPS, FURS,
('ciitVs Fiirnlsliin- ooiN,
.tai !O.T LOl ATinOS
1,'UURCH STREET. opp.i,ite Hrft National Ban.
and have just received a
i.ahci: ritESIl STOCK ol ( OOIIS
FOR FALL AND WINTER,
Ij a t c s I S I 1 I c n
II ATS AND CA V S.
oca BTurn 01
riiicssiiHt.' u o
N lint Kvrellnl in tlif ( ity.
earenow nenliu r-e -f tie !a:..-
v r us
fall hirMb) ever lriovbt mt I urlmjt' r
whlrb will be told at price- w(.l-h M
Call and see oar Fall Stj le 1 1
Sill: and Cassinierc B2at
In abendaeee, all of Llch make our aatortraaat r
ueaw use aaw eosapieie to oe sonna in toe euy.
Ke akn be hippy at all times to see car frieadi
aaa tasstow tbem aarOoads.
FL.NAOAl A TORR
Sent d If
RALLY. HA I. LI, It V I.I. V.
'I 'HE Sobeori er harinciast returned from Market
1 calls the attention! f thecititns uf Burllrjtoa
aaa vicinity 10 nu larte assortmen. or
Gents' am! JSoys'
A large and choice lot just received.
SEW STYLES OF
Itiisiness and Drcs. Suits,
A large lot of
o 11 v o .j t s,
which will be sold at bleafl which ilefv eomnetitinB
auo a run una 01
ftcnts' Furni'.hintr (.'oods.
Uaen and Paper SlIAKEa't'EAKE COLLARS,
aada faU line of
KID ASD BUCK GLOVES.
MITTEN?, c it
We have ahn hsat reeeired tlie hrnst and
selected stock ef
to be found In tha eiu- wbieh will be made 1111 in
tho latoststyle under the uperritiov of Mr. II. D.
RICHARDSON and warraated to Bt. ileaie Rive
us a call. Entire setUfsettoa ruiranteed.
Ilcmeuiber the plu.
Church Street, apposite Ut Natlooal Bank,
T E ARK NOW OPENING the
1 1 and best selected stock of
Itcady .Hade Clothing
FALL ASD WINTER WEAK
ever brought ta this ratrket. Tlie c ods are all at
our manufacture, and every Garment aobl at our
establishment Is warranted to clve entire satiasac
1 e havo on hind a Sao afsottmcat of
1: ic c o a 'B' s ,
made up of tbo most popular Brands or Goods, and
in a style not surpassed by any other Store in the
or all kinds,
O 'S S Ut T S
er all styles, p-ades, and a:es, all or which we are
iuciun io ecu at uio very lowest market prices.
OLK CUSTOM DEI'AUTJIEST
is stocked with the choicest and latct novelties tho
the market affords, of
AND GERM IX
C A SSI MERES J
Broadclothcs Ac Docsliiiis,
all Of which WO are nremred tA tnV nn In nwli.
In the LATEST STYLES at reasonable price.
Our Custom work launder tha funerlateadance of I
..wu, lu.tct irwa .icw 1 ora, anu witn a
corps or able workmen, aad our own experience,
we shall try (and hope to be able) to please all, who
We MakeSolIiluc hut
FIRS CLASS WORK,
ve the completcst lino of
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Euch is a EirTSUXDER ajtHtEXTS. the latest !
NECK TIES, SCJRFS, FACE SIIJITLS.
i r r-i- ..... n ... . v
iK.A.iij.K aiu uiAjyts, tne
Popular make or PAPER COL.
LARS It CVFFS, t7.V
BRELLASiC ICUBBER GOODS,
else to e omplete a Gentleman's
2 43 BANK BLOCK.
COLVER t TCRK.
1ITAS PRONOUNCED THE BEST MOWIN
MACHINE atthecreat trial before th
United States Ac Icultural Society at Syracuso'
lS4r. It has st ,dlly advanced la nubile favo.
nearly threem ons of dollars capital belnr noa
emploed In It manufacture. It was awarded 0
P I IC S T JI IC K 31 1 U iTI
after four days trial (seven ether mowers eorapet
Inr) In !. Its last and createst victory waa at
Aubirn I56as may be seen by the tollowlns ex
tract from the "New York Times," Sept. litU
"The Crext National 1'ieM Trial nl 3Iow
eri ami Helpers.
'An appropriation or tS.OX) was mada by the
New York State Legislature, for the purpose or
practically testlus Jlowers and other Farmlns Im
plements, and tho supervision or the trial Intrusted
to the State Agricultural Society. The trial cf
Mowers ami Reapers was held at Auburn during the
intensely heated term cf July last.
were entered lor ooapetltion, ani over two weeka
were eceupied in the numerous severe tests to
nhleh they were subjected. Tie Committee of
fKn JmolftM, eompein-f praltieat and nn(c -ricnlturati'ti
and ntatUnhtt, made public the result
of their liVoss on WeJneodiy eventc; last,at the
Mat Fair at Saratoga. They awarded tie
graad (old raedal, to tho
r .v cut: vt: . u.i efii.vii
built by Adrance, Piatt A Co,
as the beat Mower. The raoet prosilaat points er
ertority shown In the Buckeye Machine were
perfection cf work la all kinds of grass, and en
every variety of surface; UshtncM er draft, ease of
naaat emeat, perfection of mechanical censtructitn,
simplicity, strength aad durability,"
The Babteribers would acuta call the attention of
tbe Parsers to their
Improved IJiit kcyc Slower.
i'oitr pKirrFot'it ixcii c ut.
Thla Mii-Mne,n rimiJe in cB4ruthn. and is
It EST ,M AT Hit I A LS.
II wUI do Utter work ob all varieties efsurtice
thaa anr other mower. It has no side draft, no
nP" tne necks of horns asd has the Hiat
al draft. Therefore it is the best machine for the
team. It ia, alaa, the best for the driver, as it ba,
i -j.-j""?'' snrinr seat, aad can be
bandied perleetly by a boy of un years, without
any daater of beiaic thrarn a poo tbe Inir.s. Tho
advantotei or the IMPROVED BUCKEYE wall
point that eoastitnte a perfect mower, are briefly,
that it wtll J '
tto IScttcr ll'orl:,
with LESS TOWER, is usikb to optRAra tot both
(eaae aad aVieer, iiraaevr, mure JuraHe, more sim
ple, ten liirlf to need erfMrt, and more evil re.
jmred. and ia therefore exortlo the machine for the
farmer to bar.
The whiriberi would respectfully call tbe atten
tion of Farmers to the following facts :
."Jt the manufacture of Sfowlnz Slachlnea wu
HOtJ.M Ol US Hi & narniBOfir J ,m
That we hive a shop and tools for that especial
4ta4, iiriirTioE it true economy for voc.
to ?uy as perfect a Machine as 3 yot
THE IMPROVED UCCKEYE.
maantietared at or near humc, in which so ax
IE1 i r. has Leeti tfc.t nt.).i . . .
Its eftetntnttt a4 rfrWiry. we siaU build for tho
Tf'.'f ,er'.1?r t'onntlei ot Chittenden, La
moille. Grand Isle. Franklin In this State, and for
Canada adjacent, a full supply or these unrivalled
O! the Ilest Materia!-., Work and Finlsli.
To demonstrate and make rood our claim, f..r ihn
superiority or the IMPROVED BUCKEYE, u
stated above, we will clve any- responsible man
who wishes to buy, an opportunity to test onr mi
dline on bis own 'arm in competition ieit any otter
a reasonable time, or we will through our .Vent
exhibit the Iurr.ovzD Bcccxri In public trial In
coxrcniiox w irn A.ir oinru.on reasonable notice.
We tike this OPPOrtnnitV tn thanV enr nnm.
ous patrons for the cncourairement thv hi. (K..n
us to build a
First Class HSoivcr,
by takins our v-bole supaly of I66S at tho advanced
price asked by u, over other machines, and also
for tho unanimous expressions orsatlsfiction in tho
use of tho IMPROVED BUCKEYE.
ST. AI.HANS roiINDKV CH).
EbwiruA. Smith. )
Jeui W. N'Krrio.v
St. Aliians, Sept. SSd.
1 UST RECEIVED at
't TKNNANT A- 'ELnRIJKIT'
S.MOKED HA LI HUT,
4 Bank Block.
JASPBERRY SYRUP at
A GOOD assortment or
HAYING and HARVESTING TOOf .1.
Reaplnz midlines. Jlowers, Hay Tedders, Scj this
nnauis, r orei, band drag and none
Rakes, Grind Stones, and
AT WHOLESALE OR KETAIL.
CODOZ. GLASS FRUIT CAMS, at Wholesale
RAISINS AND FIGS,
HA RT'S .
No. I, Bank Block.
1 fM s D0Z- "AND RAKES at wholesale,
iuu at PEIttCE-S.
XCTS, NUTS, NUTS.
"M"3 "andescrlptJoM Wholeiilo and Retail
A1 at HARTS. 4 Bank Block.
LITTLE CIAXT II AT FORK.
'P HE latest simplest and best hay elevator In us
A- at PEIRHK-R
A000D aisortment atBiiliare, Celetraled Mm!.
m h?Z"f"!rWVTiaU1 1 saootiaz rifle
'? the market. Kept consUntlr on haml at No. I.
Block, by BRIN8MAJD UILDRCTU. '
it . r JL o y st j a?
eilAIIVS and CSIAIMIS,
And all the novelties or tho season atj
IMMENSE STOCK OF
SIliV E IC XV A. R 12
at FLOrD'3 Jewelry Stsre,
at FLOYD'S Jewelry Store,
BELT BUCKLES, "
trory Slccrc Ititttous
Pearl " "
ire, Ac, Ike.
at E. a. FLOYD Jewelry Store.
1.nERYTUINUdet4rableinthUroof bcada at
il FLOYD'S Jewetn Store.
" EYES OR NO EYES.
f:Id. Silver, Steel nnd I'lnteU SPECS,
UeH, Plated, Rubber, Stool aad Shell
OOG0LE3 and EYE PR0TBCTOR8 aad BPBCa
with sreen. blue and white glasses. We try aod
fit every person who wishoe ho itted ; wo keep
every number used, at the old ttartd Church St.
J. E. BRiNSJLUD.
Tea and Vollce Pots
WITH "FIRB PROOF- BOTTOMS.
GOLD MOUNTED Rl'BIHSR
l'cncils and Ien Ilolilersi.
GOLD PKiVStJ PENCILS,
SOI,Bl SlIsV12K V. V PS,
Fu- ci.iUrea, aad all SILVER GOODS the Wit as
aortment is tho city.
A new Stock ef Most all Mode er tioodn
Pen and PorUct Cutlery,
SIIAKII nxl IM.VKii IV A KE,
a-w opoalac at the old stand e Lurch St
J K. BRI.N?MAlr.-
S"ra anil Coffrrs.
Pt It K TEAS A.V.) t'OFFKKS.
The East India Tea Co.
Located in Bostoa.MaM- HKNRV T. VAUtiHK.
A Kent, u now la sneeeaataJ operatiua. aaddixposiasr
ui rar ' i pare h om ana vonee.
iBieeNapaay aas issb
hv a rnml.r r,C
enucmen wno naro neon' onjaixed many years ia
tae Tea boaiseM ; haa a Ur eapital, energetic
oOeers. asd ia prepared la erory way to aoawer all
demand! the public miy require. Sloe trial will
ooarlace all that
THE EAST LXD1A TEA COMI'A.XY,
OF BOSTON, MASS.
Can lad do sell better zooda for losa money thaa
any other Cm or ajooctatioa.
THE EAST INDIA TEA COMPANY, have aa
A cent In China, who selects goods tur Ukemonlo.
They impact their own good, which thus come di
rectly to them. Instead of pasota; through several
hands, consequently they can be . M at lower
THE EAST INDIA TEA COMPANY
Have selected the following kinds from their ok.
which they recommend to meet tbe nu:, of e'iu! .
They are sold at Car; Fr!ees, and ri
are n&rraaiea io iro nuaiaeuon .
PRICE LtST PER POUND.
YOUNG HYSON. roe., Wo., $100 : best JI.P-.
(IREEN TKAS, roc. me., 90c. 1100 ; best t
MIXED, u., roe., -ik; , beet ic.
JAPAN, mie., Iioo , ietti.!i'.
OOLONU. Stic.. 7Ve., W: ; im.
IMPERIAL AND GUNPOWDER, beet 1
These Teas are chosen mr tl.sir intrinsic worth,
keepin; in mind health, economy, and a high de
gree of pleasure In drinkls: them.
I'rc-h Coffees Roasted and CJ round Daily
GROUND COPFEE. lie, ., 2Se.. 3c ; best. 33c.
per pound. lintels. Saloons, Boordlna-house Keep,
crs, and Families, who use larje quaavloa of Codee
wa ecoaomize in u arneie oy usin our cBCllaa
Breakfast and Dinner Coflce, which we tell at the
low price of a cents per pound, aad warrant to
Sire entire satisfaction.
Consumers can save from Soeeatslo Il.u0 per
pound bv purchaslnr; their Teai of THE LAST IN
1)L TEA COMPANY of Boston, Man.
Country Clubs and small stores (r which ehue we
aro supplying many thousand) can have their or
ders promptly and filthfullv fllie-t.
All Towns, Vtllases, or Maau&ctureri, where a
large number of men aro enzared, by olubbinr
Pether can reduce the cost or their Teas and Cof
fees about rne third by sending directly to the
EAS r IS DIA TEA 10MPAN Y, Boston.
THE CLUI1 SVSTE.M.
Persons In the country who want superior Tea or
Coffee, can get them at our lowest rates by dubbin;
together, and sending for one or moro pounds tor
each person. We will tend a sample of any kind to
persons who wish to set up a club amoustln-to
thirty dollars or more, we will present them with a
Ueautinil Silver-l'lntcd Tea Pot,
worth ttvo dollars, or its value In Tea or CoCee.
We will put each persons name on their package,
and forward by ex press. This Is the cheapest and
best war to buy Tea or Coifee. All orders filled
Generally within ten days from date or order.
Jdvaxtagto of lending in Ckii.
Is You get tout Tea and Coffee chapcr.
2d You save the Expressive
3d. The person rrettln?tm the Tint. -
ble SILVER-PLATED TEA POT, (orita value la
Ua or coffee, as ha may choose.which la fire dollars)
Wo return thanks to parties who have an interest
In settinsup Clubs and should any or them ever
I lilt Boston, we shall be most happy to see them.
Persons rfettm? no Claba ntll nln. -
I ..... - - VHEll, un
rO-Wedoastnetlveaih bmlnen hrin.. it..
money for tho goods must accompany the order, or
"J'o1"?'1? Pia t0 Only U. S. Nation
al Bank Bills Uken. All sums under 130 must bo
forwarded bv Mail, in n..n.,.,..i r.f,...
ofiee Draft, anil when done so, the loss, IT any. Is at
our risk. We cannot send less thaa one pound to
each member ora Club, but will send anysortor
Tea or Coffee In our price list.
All orders must be addressed to
ScptlO-dawem T' VACCN. Agent.
tt II. CLOCK'S
f?.Tii.Br.P.R?,PAIUT10N "er presented to
the pnbUo Tor the Hair, and tho only article p
sessins all the merits claimed for it.
Arrests Its CUllns off or turnins pay, cures all
diseases of the scalp, and makes harsh, wiry hair
beautifully soft and luxuriantly slossy , but
above all Is tbo marvelous rapidity with which
Gray Hair is Restored
To Its original color. Uso it a few times, and lo
your gray hairs havo disappeared as if by majlc.
IT IS NOT A DYE,
But strikes at tho roots er tha hair, supplvln
them with new life and eolorlas matter It la a
much better dressins than Oil cr Pomatum, and
avoid! their deleterious effects. It Is eleantl?
perfumed. Is easily applied and Is la all reTpecU
agreeable to the senses, ir. after a lair trill. thS
the publlo for the hair, the money will be refund-
Pnl nn In !a Kntat ... ...
siitJ aUI wMKtl.. ' 'a "latn--BR.
F. B. CLOCK. Proprietor.
t w innn Manchester. N. II.
Bnri &S?i, SSfiL11- "WATER, Ajcnts ror
T11viI,t '.T'0 wash Paper Envelopes, awl
X Visiting Cards, ror sale by
CO. FRENCH CO.
CIIE.VPEST STOCK EVER IN VT. !
Where! I never heard ol It! Yotihav'm,
ch! Well, -o to
liVA 51 ALL,
IS'o. 5, Centx&l Bloek. ClmMk a ( ,
yourseiror tot. St.T;,!,"1
that there Is om sro, ra.
UHEolP CASH STORB
I have a large asoortraeat or Gold Pon.! I i ,
Dinics and Tea Set. Alan a sreat variety ,(!,.,
Vhitctl,ir,.i. consisting of Plate, ('over t i
tonecaar.'l T-.aj, ic., &e.
itrlBedbt.ne China, with the Chilli i;ia,r .
-?L lsa3- bestotoDe hi. a
vhSS'It"'''- Also the Lily of tha
liiL.m "fc,yy "S -""deblo patura.
ooaotantl, on baL tn. raeinj the -jesUeitrar.etj
of good, ever offerod fr the It-t'ToTthlseoK
muBity -, all of which can and will 1- ""iVtbe
very lowest pncea, at a trin.ns a.tvM-, Bp.,n tho
prices of tho common ware.
11 0 bo oeo ssuains uie c!-an-
i m .re
tooke la aad win
can show yoa an assortment -live
and varied and at such unprece.li ,
prion that it U no ase enumerating thcu ' l.an
and Geoileeaen oome anliadce for youre..c r.,u
oan Ve dose for a little money. I am hound t. - i
cheaper aad better good, than have heret-f. r
bcen offered by aay one la thia Staia. It'sarwce
In- sasirtioo Sot I can prove it.
SoiiBrama has naorrKD ! What u it ' Y'u r .
eeeitatCIIINA MALI- riltellyo.it v.
CiUand soe '. Look 'en over
CoeunaFiparbr 10 cent, pe
i. " 15 '
M 17 " '
Staaood sold leaf no " "
u us i. h ir;
5Q " ...
Common Papcn from d to 1 0 cents per roll.
In regard to my stock of fiilt Paper, it o-:.:jr.-c
orer aventy-fl ve diflonnt varieties, and u the
taigeet and bast Klected to bo lf.un.l in tfci SUte.
aad I shall soil them eheepar than tho cheapest.
Mali: that! Road on! Rcadun! 30u Pais .i
(Jilt WiaHow Shades
am roll, of Paper Car tains of new ant r.h .
aim. . Tea Trays in setts, sinoor the u..:e
Tahto Cutlery of orerr qeality and st le r t)
host good, made in thii ooantry.
Silver Plated Wmrr
AT FACTORT PRICES,
Compriiia Tea and TaMo Spoon., Table, 3'e liiru
and Dtavert forks.O iter and Picde fori, -un.
Spoon. and Shovels. Bar Scoonj, Salt Sp.- r.c-, (t i
tt Ladlos. Batter Knivos, c. c. Ca-Pr.,
alatod at -23 per eont less than cut pnt . -mods
wi re brought dor, as the .iconce in . '1 .
wfll bo auld at eomiiunding pric".
BRITANNIA W A K I.
ptloa. some now st !p-
ea Pots iaat raowived. Heaatliul Jap i
8atttanda thooaond other things irr -.-i
,ii t .
iaaa adTartieetaeut. tome a . t rv.u..i,--.
aad then lay. Terms C'ah, ia pj . nan p
tta. 8. 8. BROWN.
Chiaa Hall, No. i Central Block, ftr(.i:
P. S. Goods received weakly from Au.-!,' i
which will ba nlil at rainooa rates
XJ4RM AND FRUIT LlNDH, ia a m . '. ..,
haatthfol climate. Thirty nuiU - ....
Philadelphia, by Railroad, ia Sew Jer.j. . i,
aaraa iioe of latitude aa Baltimore, M.I.
Tho Suil is rich and produetii e, vjrI z i;
elay to a .-andy Iara. suitable frr wheat, tin -Cora,
Tohaoco. Frol'and vegeti'.lc. 1!.
areoX frmit mKtry. Puc hundreit Vicejnri- .it.
Orchards have tcn planted out by expener
Broit rrowoi. Urate , Peache". Pear, . i -dace
Immense profits. Vineland is aireadv . .
tho aaost boaalifttl places in the Initedbt..-.
The entire territory, consisting of fit" - i ii
ad:eof land, i. laid oat apna a genera! ?r-'
improvement.. The land is onU ;"1 1 1 . m tu i'. '.
tier, with provhuoa for public ad.irncent. ".'
place. ru accooRt of it. great beauty, n - '. .
other advantages, ha. become f r t.i ,
ofttct'. It has increased five th .u-ir i p ,
within the part threo -pars. Cl.urch. .t .
Schools, Arademiea, S--.ct to of Art m Lii-
and other element' of rr V.cment ami c;''r -. . .
been introduced. Iiur.'Te.i3 of peopl .-.-
lyaettlin. ilinlrcis if new ).. r. i
ooa' tracteil. Price ! Patr.i lar.l tn
amliuwani', tt'ipcrocr. . , i-.
Ylllac lota for sate.
Fruits and VeelaMc riptn earl', r
trie! than ia ui) thrr toe i. ity i r: .
Va Improved pUcos Ilir skV
Opeamss ir oil kin.L r tuJ't' s Lu . ' -Mi4.nraeu.ilea,
Kou'ajV-ec?, t. re an . ' -ard
Steam P..wer, w T.i fm iar.
Forperaoas wtiod. iresn'.ll wir.;i . a'
ciimato, and a vd "..i", in f m:r t.'..
unproved, alvj rndin- in frui' , a-, t r - '.
other aviCial prr.ilcxc-, fc t' e Pert l
It is wi rthy ol a rLlt.
Letters aosarerod, aad IheViceLin' "''
paper divine foil lBibrmatioa and c. n' n. ; i. -perl.
orSuIoa RoMnnn, feet to xppli n,.t'.
Adlrese CUA&. K. LAN DI.S, Vineiond 1'. u . 1 .
di. Township, Mow Jerejr.
Frosa report of Solon a. AxtfaltTim
diw x: tha Trtaoae -UUaBaur tbemn-tein,
m-c tertilo traeta, to aa almost level posit-.n mi
sattaMe ooaditioo fcr pleasant farmlni: tbr.:
know of thi. aide .if the Western T-ir f-
Juoe 23 dawhm.-
;i?HD ' JUr APH
ITS EFPECI 13
The old, the y uag, tl. miJalc i.-c 1 ML-'.i '. i '
It U an entirely new acientiflc discorcrv, '03. ' .1
many of tha most powerful and rcst. r i-'vo ?."'
in the regctabi ling&ra.
Wo have snch confidence in its m" ar.i
so snro it wfll do all wa claim i r ir, ta ,r wo v. Ccr
If the Sicilias Hair Riszwwt dec r.C. .''ve t
is taction in all cae when uaed ia otnet
once with om Instructions.
readable Sicilian JToi JRencutr
ha. provatl itself to be tha most rrfc-: ; r-rirat.
for tea Iiair ever offered ith pal)'...'
It U a vagetablti cotnpcunjl, aai ci.- -injurioui
It is not a Dve, It strikes at tho K u x '
the anda with sew lite and coloring rnr.t:. . .
IT WILL JZESTORE GRAY U.I I It
ITS OMGiyAZ COI.OB.
It trill hrei tfu Uair from fMlinj '
It tlraawj Ike Scmtp, and si.s " " "
sorr, lcstsovh, axi sii-m
IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSING !
No) person, old or vonn.- "houl I f i 1 ' 1 ' '
Jl is reeememnded nd nt-l if tl.- t ' 1 '" '
Cff- Ask tor Haia's VEonrn.-. ' i.
IUir. Kescweb, and take no ether.
The Proprietors offer the Sicimin llm '
XEWEn to the public, entirely cont5.k t' u
bring back the hair Pjiisoriiaa! , i
growth, and in nearly all cases '. 1 -
off aill rcstirc it u..I.;- t' t
IX. P. Il.Vf.I. .V O. I'loinis'ltirs.
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DIPHTHERIA, AND ALL THROAT TMWBLE
LitcliRcld'a Kvterl AppH- ""'
WILL VA IIC IND I ITM I MIM '
eiav- f- : ; - .
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CALL VM KK
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