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THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORlSriNfi-, PEPEMBER SI. 18G6
Heavt Bobbeht. Caleb Lyon, who baa been
GoTcnior of Idaho, returned here this morning
an J tavs that he was robbed in the sleeping car
while coining from Philadelphia, of forty fbou
itnd dollars, which he had drawn as Indian
Agent, but had refuted to turn over to bis suc
cessor. He ssys he had it in a money belt in
greenbacks, but took it off and put it under bis
head before hs went to sleep. In1 the mormrs
hesavsit was gone U'athington Telegram,
This Mr. Caltb Lyon, Ionieriy of
Lvonsdalc, X. Y., a gentlemen of
very lively imagination. Ho was a member
of the Thirty-third Concrete, and tbe bio
grapbic il r-tetcb uf him in LaninanV Diction
arT ol Congress iiirnished. as we hate un-
ilrslml mm rrv ln riltnuntV. AV Mr.
Lyon ,W. -UH tll bo . i..s,.c
of the LV.wwi.yW Venue., in 18. 1 ,
that the defire LL D. .,
cnfcrred on biui hy tbe UniWfWtjr
wont. Both uf ibrs statements ar- tklu-
.. . j . .j llni. I
eion- -Mr. l.Vuu raw j
rcrsity of Yeru,..,... aud never reoe.veu an,
1 frum i
The mux ldusjn-
uuuua j vinv - i
erFy which led Mr. Ljon to iojagiw himself .
a craduaic and I.L.U., may patqUy bait
ltd him to miacino hitclf the victim oi
At i ny raU, it wa 7 ccl .
... . I
i take nii mooey belt tmm lotwd to
. j,, ki. ;n . I
and it it under his It"
in him tu
Kdicatusa .rr.MBs. Tl Vermont j
Bjard l Klucation siei at St. Jobwiiury,
on tbe 5th, 6th aad 7th inot. The Board j
having leen reconstituted rinoe last elce- j
lion as Eerretary, Mr. Ada c rcqowud tueni
to lake up the cabjeet of trtrction ol a
S:retary, as it tbere hnd been h-j elesction.
W!iereaj.on the eleetion oi Mr. Adam a
unaniaioutly, and very properly, conCnned.
Tu- 1'oard alf i adopted coarscs ol study and
regulations lit the Normal School-, ard
adopud tlw rrtne fur exnmioatioa" of leaflii
tru at the Institutes. Thrr al-0
for the felearion ol the list of school text
b-j iL-, 'u be ued for five years from sod f-terN-t.
ltt, ltCS, under the eraditions of
the ntnt law. The lltttrd will meet for
that jHiip-jsent Waterbury ou the ISth ol
next Futrunry Publifht-i ill he an
opj;rtumty at that time to sdvocate tbe
merits of thiir book, and aa the value to
the Pullkberg of tlie rxeluaiie CDdoitemtot
of the Board for five years, is t-rjU mated at
hundreds of llioneaudo cl doltars, we pre
sume thirc will 1 a lifely time at the bear-
We learu tlmt the Trustee ol toe Orange
Co. Craminar School, at llnxloJph, Uve ae
ccpied the act making that Inatitutioo tbe
First X.irmal School, and tliat tbe term of
instruction will od on the 26Ui of Feb
ruary. It isprobaV that the Acadeayat
St. Johntbury will ' .-come tbe 2d Normal
School. And nn application is on file to oon
etitute the Academy at Bristol a Normal
Decided advantages are to be anticipated
from thtte Normal hehools. aud we are glad
to note all such signs of educational progicse.
Pk.ho.vs is Yehhont. The report of
Commissioner Barrett sliows that tho num
lrr ol Y rmont pensioner on the tolls last
July was 2957, being of invalids 1529, and
widut. children, 4c, entitled to pension? ,
The total amour jaid to these yearly is
J. II. Williams Ehj , who leceivcd the
appointment of Pension Agent in place of
Mr. P.edinRton, as a reward for his services
at the Philadelphia Convention, baa taken
potset-sion of the office, bat as tbe CaleJonion
states, will not remove it from St. Johnsbury.
A bill paed the House last week which if
it becomts a law, as it probably will, will
hit Mr Williams' case very squarely. It
provides that the term of office of all pension
agents appointed since tbe 1st of last Janua
ry, shall cspire in thirty date after the pat
page of tbe act ; and that pension agents,
instead of being appointed by the Secretary
of the Interior and the President, shall here
after be appointed only with the advice and
consent of the Senate.
Mr. C. II. Nichols of Estcs, lost three
cows one night last week, the floor of tic
barn Laving given way.cnd llt tbe cattlo
hanging by the neck in tbe MancbMO.
There weic five of them in all, and but tvro
were found alive in the moraine.
Heal F.statb The Methodist Society
have purchasod uf Wm. Perry for $5,000
his homestead on Whito Street, adjoining
tbe old Methodic church. This addition
will giic the Society an excellent site for n
new church building, which they propose to
erect at once. The work of taking down
tbe old church building will be commcneed,
we understand, next week The new church
will prul-ably cost about $30,000. Till it is
completed the Society will worship in the
Pine street church.
Pr.Rfi.AU Wc understand that (Jeo. V.
liosber, formerly of this pltico, died in Pro
vidence, R I., last wets.
Bi'TTER. Butter sold at 20 to 33 cents, in
St. AlbAT.s market on Tuesday The amount
brought in at these prices was not so large
as when butter was on its high heel. A
provision dealer in Montclicr has taken the
produce ol Ixittcr from a dairy at 25 cents
for which the seller Lad relused f cent" per
piund only a short t.iue since
The Line Boats- The regular lioe boats
went into winter quarters on tbe 11th.
The Montreal will run for the prout
on tLc line, leaving PUttaburjli, and Bur
lington at 0 P. M.. eery evening (Satur
days and Nindats execpttd) for Whitehall,
and reiutnit g ltae Whitehall every raorn
iug (except Sundays and Mondays) arriving
at iturlington at 5.30 P. M.
Tns Wr -so Mas. The Barton Standard
relates how one of the vigilant cnttt.ru house
officers of Orleans County, on Sunday last,
seeing a minister from Sheffield, C. E.,
journeying to dispense tho go!itl, towards
Brownington, thought he "smtlled a mice,"'
and oycrbauled the reverend gentleman.
Atkmg him what ha had in his wagon, he
received for reply. "Nothing but the Bible."
Not xatislicd with tbe answer, he searched
the vehicle, end found nothing but a Bible.
It was then tbe minister's turn, and in con-
lacrauon oi a promise mat toe itinerant ,
chaplain shculd "say nothing about it," the
ofScer of customs knelt for prayers.'
were offered from tbe road in bis
But the ttory bes got out.
Tbb Nrw IxosiiDis licssiD. About one
o'clock Saturday morning the iron clad
frigate New Ironsides ,lviDg at League Island,
nas discovered in Carets. Owing to trie
distance from the city considerable time
lanfd hrlnre thf fhilariAlnhia .nmn, l
reached the spot, and they were unable to
" - -- -..v.-
BOOn tad IS a total wreck. The fire il be- ;
Hersdtohave bctn the work ef design. !
rl,. Hnrfnl i.rA-rKA of Medical
iSclecce duties tlie r" 111 I'"' ?ly
makes is possible lor mo oMtiiu"u
Phv.lfti.n in declare, now. tlllt ConUHip-
fition Is as certainly erred u 'rmiM
larKr and a certainly prevented a!
mill rot." "' E. Kii, u, i.i. i). tn-
li. ISO'S i
l'KLTARED PRESCRIPTION, j
Ma-le Iroin the Prescription ef Rev.CnA?. E. Ki.xs 1
. d . lu d., .el Is cndently presented t" tho
public f.r tbe l'reventkn and Cure of
C OjVS id. in? Tl o.v,
dim user adtascbb STAase,)
for the niHott Cme of AtinuA, 'llswcam. Ca
TARati. aBiaaeUMor tho Thcoat and An
FaaaMis ; fbr tie General an! SptdtJ Iftremoe
Mraticf thoNinrocs fcrsmij and for all I'e
Iimu,' Duirimot the .fi-se mi Rewtl:
It uuciM!f mcreasca tbe irrfiiyfa ano
,,., ,,r,l . hUrJ iLcnbdnea the I iand
tftn frou,",?" , !
mfrm. All t're cmcra. Simptm" oitpar
"01 in every ease !
kcn the. 1 hisicten corueeenly prescribes " ronlea " ,
lrTn. Ad. Bk. oalnlae. "Jod Liver OU.Whlskey, j
Coutb. Wutins vt Fitili, Baling from Uie Lun ;
icbt Swcau, Flj inj Faini tbrcugh tho bbouWeri,
Chett. Face r UmU, Nrr as BeaJacbe, Keriona ,
po uj.Uki. oiddlaaaa or JNaaineas, Kaseaalra Pa1- !
mh Throat, -tin-wtnaae, 81p!raeJ, 3OTr i
Kh, Heart burn. Oppreaaioa or Sinking of the i
Rt .i.r. hAf'ir r ltcr e&tiaur. Rciulttebt Finer.
Ac c. aad especially in all female disorders or
Curiae Irreajiuuiiies. atb as MAeult. Paiafal,
Supi-r..' .-!. scanty. crfiTe, Ocla)ctl, Preiaa
lure or too Freqacut atcaetnuoiuc.
Matementi' from Patients, Ac.
'(tur Prteriu.i,ii arod mv daafctor' life aad
. l. ... .1 . . . . ,, If K IF,-.,
I PABI;T, Rcnuca. . V.
from ) our Prepared Prascritioa.' Har. I'. Pe
aeciNK, HUMting, Pcnn,
tery uuc to whom 1 Lave tcfloouDttidcd it bu
tencBttod maca by its im " Rev. 1. 1. Jojjcii,
HiaLB llorsa, Asroa PLAcr, N. V. In tlie axis
part ofFcbroarv, tsu, 1 was suffering bona tiu
bjntcougb, for iiieli 1 bad been treated during
sta mon L jirevioo.l without benefit. I bad
jrA.-s'weiisbicb completely prostrated me. In
tbe even-ng, bvarscneea would come on, which
would Prevent me Irom speaking above a whuper.
1 had then bad two attacaa or hemorrhage run tbe
lansi Hynuuili Physician astared me that be
could Jo dp n.ore lor mt, vet 1 waagrowmg rapidly
worse, aad bad been cuiupeiled to leave basincas
lor nearly two DioBtlu. Au my aymptomo luiicat d
niunUta.'oly, the ure.-t.uce of Consumption. In
tbe be .Tinning of February, Mr. Henry riaber.
Trnnrtr of Ikt Jmrriem Uibie Sonet), presented
me with a bottle or the PaarABXU PuseaimoK.
In a lew dava my appetite, (which 1 had entirely
lost,) retornea ; wieuma wees, m coab had al
moat left me ; aad in leaa thar two weeks, the
StfU-SweH nere broken up. Tbencelorward 1
legained strength rapidiy and aun sow regular Lv
aUendmg to my duties as elerk to the American
Bible Society . in whose employment 1 b .-e been
nine y eara, 1 am now enjoy ing good heatth. Your
Prescription eflccted a Cute, when my friends aes
paired uf my rccov ery. TllOS. J. COM.KK.
"1 have bad Nervous or Spasmodic Asthma for
aleren)ear. During the la:t six yeari 1 hare
never had an uninterrupted night's teat- It olUn
seemed to me that 1 would die before I coaldget air
ieto my loaaa. 1 was haggard aad spintleas, and
tattered so greatly frum 'auortaeaa of breath.' that
I nam compelled to take frequent rests in walking
from my residence to my place of business.
"The night before 1 obtained the TaxrAaao
.'KatraiPiios,' was toe wont 1 ever passed. On
obtaining tbe remedy , X took a teaapoonlul at noon
and again at night, and slept all night, without
waking. 1 have not had a broken night's rest since
1 no longer look 'has
gnrV have gained in strength and auirtts, and am
not at all afflicted with 'ehoruess of breath.' I
hall be slad to hare any one afflicted with Asthma
call and see me.
"sZRa C. LANGDON. No 321 Fourth St. N. Y.
Tbe "PRaPAao PKascaii-rios" it put up in a 1
bottle, aad is sold by Druggist generally or order
may be addressed to the bole Proprietors, eMHlAR
G. ilOb'hB i tX).,7 CertUndt btreet, I.Y. Cos
saltation free. Circulars, containing particulars of
mao cases suocessfally treated, will De sent free by
told in Barlington by A. C. Srua, II. H. Ar
WATaB. J. MS, Hoar, J. b. U all
ngnRiuwiwwB "cum, w n, tvcvi.w
Ri:i,n:r in tkn minutes.
Bryan's Pnlmonic Walers.
3fTlit original medicine established ia lb37,
ana hrst article of the kind ever introduced under
the name of "filxuonic Wafera," in this -er any
other ountrr; all other Pulmonic 'Wafers are coun
terfeits. The genuine can be known by tke muse
UKVAN leicu Uiiuped on each Viafer.
These AVafert hate been before the pnrj''- for
nearly thirty years, and the immense sale attained
notorily inAmeriia but in foreign countries, fully
attest tne-ir iotnnaie worth. Tbe medical proper
ties are superior to any other article ollered for the
cure or Pulmonary or ilrotehlal aifection, and the
quantity contained in each box is nearly doable
tnat of the many worthless imitations advertised.
llrynu's Pulmonic w tilers.
cere Ccoghs, Colds, ere Throat, Hoarseness,
Asthma, latarrh, lironchitis. IWlicuit Breathing,
ifpitting of IIIoimI. 1'ains in the Chest, Incipient
Consumption and all Uiseaseeef the langs. hot
only sAitdlag temporary relief, but enacting a
rapid and lasting cure tnd are warranted to give
satisfaction in every instance. They do sot nau
seate like alcoholic compounds, and tbe medicinal
proprieties an combined in a form so agreeable and
pleasant to tlio taste, that any child will readily
take tbem. Osodoso will alnays antord.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
To Vocalists and public Speakers, these Waters
are peculiarly valuable, they will in one day re
move tbe most seve.-e oceaeioDal hoarseness ; and
their regular use for a few days will, at times. In
crease tho power and flexibility of the voice, great
ly improving Its tone, compass and clearness, for
which purpose they are regularly used by many
professional vocalist .
te that tbe word, "BRYAN," is stamped on
each Wafer, and also observe the lac simile of the
signature ot the pre.irieter "JOB MOS&8 " on
wrapper, to eounterteit which is forgery QTOt
fenuinc parties will be dealt with to tbe liul ex
tent ol the law.
Hetas's njiMosic TVaslrs are for sale by all
JObllOaES, Sole Proprietor. CertUadt St N.V.
v.-. . i .. in n .. i ; i... t , Ti -. i' .
UVK IU UH.UHIWU vy V . ... 1 . - V. . .. I I.A R
Jl. 11. ATWATB, J.B. UALC
1)11. .MA KS II ALL'S
Cnlnrrli S n u il.
This SnufT has thoroughly proved Itself to be
the beet article known far eariac the CATARHII,
COLD In tbe 1IBAI1 and DbAIMCIIK. It has
been found an excellent remedy in many eases of
bout riv ts. iBAr?ca8 nas neea reinovea oy
It, and I1KAR1MI has often been greatly Improved
t y in use.
It Is fragrant and aureeable, and
Cites Immediate Iteliel
To the dull heavy pains caused by ritcas f of the
Head. The sensatione alter uain it ure dehsbtfal
ana invigorating, it opens aad purges out all
obetruettoot, etrecgtbtui the giants, and git es a
healthy action to the parts affected.
.More than Thirty Ycari'
Of kale and use of 1R. XAR811ALL S CATARRU
and IlEAllACilE bhL'FF, has proved lu great
value for all the common diseases of the Head, and
at this moment it stands higher than ever lefore
It Is r ect-rt mended by many of the best physi
cians, snd is used with great success and atilae
tion every where.
Itcad the Certificates ol Whnlesnle
DrugisN In 1A51.
Tbe nndersigsed, having for micy years tieen
acquainted with UK. MARSHALL'S CATARK1I
ana HEADAfHE S.NUFF. sold it In oar wholesale
trade, cheerfully ataie, that we beliere it to be
equal, in every respect, to tbe recommendations
civ en ol it for tbe cuie of Catarrhal affections, and
that It ia decidedly the best article we have rver
Known i,r an common diseases of tbe Head.
Burr Perry Boston, Barnes 4 Park.New York,
Reed. Austin t Co. " A. B.-1 1). Sands, " '
Brewn, Lamaon & Co. " Mtepben Panl & Co '
1 .1 .... X. . ,4 I 1 M. (1. .1
8'th W. Fowle, ' McKesson & Uobblss, '
VHon,rairl'anklo.' A. I, Bcevill & Co.
Ilensbaw. Erlmands Oo.M. Ward, Colse I(o. "
Jl. II. Hay, Portland, Me.Bueu Oale.
For Sale by all Troggists. Try It.
S, i ft Ilea I Hi Sir atgtli .
ijifcSicdllh Strength .
Jj it cSScnlth Strength .
Hun lreps and thousands annua'. die ore rnnluro
Iv, vtben, if tkey woald give the Oieat French
DR. JUAN DELAMARRE S
t i:i.i;nATi:i) Sivvcinc pills.
rreparedl iai.a.yciikc & Ltpokt. . VI 1, rue,
Lombard, fans. !rom tbe prescription of Dr. Juan
Irelamirrc. Chief I'tivrtctan to tbe Uoeitital du
ISordou Larihoisire, a fair trial, tbey would fled
ima.ediatc iel.r,arl, inashort time, be fullv re
stored to Health ard btreneth. lit Is used In the
practice of mauy eminent French physicians, with
uniform success and hfhlv recommended aa the
enly positive and Specific Remedy for all persons
saaerlngfrom General or Sexnal IicUllty, all de
rangements or the -Nervous Forces, ylelancholy, I
permatorrLa-a or fcemlnal hrulaslons, all W eak-
cl(fc, aniin. from sxoal Ktcckcj tr Vcnlhful
of Spirits, Dimness of Vision, Hysterics, Pains In
, in tne uaca ana umue, impoiency, 4e
tcaalt. No lacgaage can convey an adequate Idea cf the
immediate and almost miraculous change it pro
duces In tbe debilitated and shattered rrttem. In
fact. It standi unrivalled as an unullEg cure cf
BafTer no more, but use The Orrat French Smri
It will etTect a cure where all ethers fall, and, al
though a powerful remedr, contains nothing hurt
ful to the most delicate constitution.
Pamphlets, containing full particulars and di
rections for using. In English, French, Spanish and
..-.-,,.....,.. v-, .....umu u.u
German, accompany each box, and are also sect to 1
any aaoresa when rennerted.
nr.0" DuUr Ux ' or1 hexes for Fire j
. t J Sfcwunu.iumiu HU1U w I
wiHJ,e sect bvmsi,fcrirely sealed from aU ob-
u.S.vi7,lDClc,1,1I'pna,1 "'t0 au I
Sloiiic Ensiirance Company
OF KEY YORK
Csnltal and Surplus, $3,750,000.
S. & K. S. WIUES, Aient!.
irM. 01dM Company
CHpllal stud Snrpli, il.MOO.OOO
Purpetaal Ins granted on first-class bulMines.
8. i R. S. WIRES, Agcats.
OF NEW YORK.
Cstpitalaud Surplus $I,'JO0,O0O,
S. Jk R. s. WIHBi, Agtcts.
i.2croioIit:ii IiiMirancc Co.
OF AEW YORK.
Citpita! andSurpltiv. f 1,0 It, MS
This Co. return I set proflts to policy holders.
S R. o. TTIRK8, Agents.
OF OSWEGO. N. Y.
Capital ttSHl Surplus, $250,000
Incorporated in 1332.
OF IIAUTFOllD, CONN.
Capital and Snrplus, $1,005,700
S. 4 R. a WIRES, Agents.
Elarmonv P. and .11. Ins. o
OF NEW YORK.
CASH ASSETS OVER VSOO.OOO
S. 4 R. S. WIRES, Agents.
IVnrrnffaitiscll F.tt .1I.Hns.Co
OF PROVIDENCE, R, 1.
Cnpitnl nnd Surilu,
WIRES. A rents.
Lamar Fire insurance Co
OF NEW YORK.
Cnpltal and Surplus, 1 107,388
E. A IL 8. WIRHB, Agents.
Commerce Insurance Co
OF ALBANY. N. Y.
CAPITAL. AND SURPLUS. S 19 1.IOS
S, A R. S. WIRES, Aisota,
IViajrara Tire Insurance Co
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 1.300,0011,
This Company insures detached farms and Til'
i&ge aweuinga, xnree y ears, tor I per cent.
S.4R.8. Wli:K8, Agents.
liorillard Fire Insurance Co
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL i.VD SURPLUS, SI,IC3,liSI
This Co. returis I net proflts to policy holders.
P. y R. a TIRKS, General Agents.
Springfield 1'. V 31. Ins. Co
OF SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS SUOO.OOO,
S. A R. B. WIRES, General Agents.
Korth American Fire Zns.Co
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL AM) SURPLUS tToO.OOO.
Fifty per cent of net, proflts returned to policy
8. A R-S. WIRES, General Agents.
Autilieatiens for arencies fbr the three last named
Companies In Vermont. Western New Hampshire
and Northern New York, should be made to us as
General Agents and Agency Superintendents for
saia companies m saia territory.
Fire ana Inland Insurance taken In the above
named Hrst claas Companies, to the amount of
FcVMIUi, in ece risk.
Dwelline houses and their contents and farm pro.
perty generally will be Insured for one or a term of
tears, allowing tne insured to receive oaeic yeariv
Ihree-founbs the profits at rates so lew as to make
It an obiect to all having such property to insure,
to try these Companies.
Premium notes are not required, and the Insured
incurs no liability to assessments; the large cash as
sets f these Companies fr-niSli perfect Indemnity
I'lrst-rlavs l'nrm nnd Villngc dwelling
WITH THEIR CONTtNTS
Iniurri laree y r ar for half of etc per etrtt. for tie
Losses liberally adjusted and promptly paid at this
S. A U.S. WIIIKS. Accnts.
Manhattan lAic Ins. Co.
OF NEW YORK.
SJIIIIS Company commenced Its operations In ISM
X and has prosecuted a suecessiul and reliable
business sinee.Pollcles are granted to those In sound
health both on the Joint stock and mutual plans of
Insurance, thus afibrdlng to tbe public the advan
tages cf either system at their option In one insti
tution. The lowest rates of premiums are chareed
that can be adopted and furnish requisite security
to the assured and perpetuity to the company.
Tu Mrlf hat already pni etsr $1,000,009 for
ert end orer t&R),UU0 in divi&enil to
NOX-FORFEITIND LIFE POLICIES
Premiums mav be paid sinirlv or In fire or ten an
nual payments, at option of the assured. This
nun is commended to tli
the public as It gives to the
assured the fuU value of
all the money ruM and
being Completed In early life, whilst the partiesare
vigorous and hopeful, eires entire exemption from
pay meats or anxieties In advanced life, Its value
Cinnct be too highly estimated.
.vo.v roRFEiTtxa EXDomiExr rouciEs.
These are made payable at death or on attaining a
given age. Premiums payable In ten annual pay
ments. The policy becomes son forfeitable for one
tenth of amount insared for each payment, parties
insuring in this plan have all the advantages cf
a savings Bank, as tbe payment of premiums se
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
aanuity policies issued In aU their various and ap
prover, iorms. rnniea aoccmenis containing ion
nformation furnished without eharrfe and tent free
by mill. Good local agents wanted In evtry town
and eneriretle and reliable men emnlnv ed on fkror.
able terms to travel for this company.
Cviwa, h litres.
Gen. Acents AirenevSunt'a.
fcr Vermont and eonnties of Saratoga. Washlnctan.
V.'arren, Et.'el. Clinton, Franklin and EL Lawrence
In New York. Jan3 dawlr.
V .V JL? JE Jl T .1 IZ JE II ,
Ki-scrACTuara ajtd seauti ia
Coffins and Burial Cases
In Wood and Metal, of arery style.
ALL sixes constantly on hand or mode to order
is any required sty le.
vorriji iiunxmua oi an sunos, name riaies
Ehrouds, Cravats, Collars and everything required
M.i,.nv.. s,.n v.Mt.v.
I can furnish CEns at any hour of the night, If
r CXKXAU axTXaSKD, WITH iiaAaaa.
Applyatany hoarefday ornlthtto
.,,. J. ORE; cclltn .
BullBCttu HarthM. 1K4.
FOR S A ic :
IB O TV PR
CUV ol Buriiiiplon, Vt
Mil It CIS A NTS NVTIoWt. i:ak
Offer tkee Bends I Investment at
JYinctu-Flve 3'rr Cent.,
An4 Interest from Jal 1st, IK.
They have S yn to raa with esal-oBnaal i.
pens awecwi, iarw ' "
the Clly ol New York.
Tim Ilonds ale i.aneu In Sum. ol
S50, 100, S.-JOO, $1000.
FIRST CLASS INVKSTMBNT
lx evsar RasfBCT,
And the prke at welali laws
that It Is Ulleied they wUl moot !u .
It A PI It s.l I. It.
so that these who I sell a te oLeain I
.1PPI.Y AT OJVCB.
BurlteEtOB, Sept 37. 196 dew If
ITIEKCIIAIYTS iVATIOIVA Is
St a n U .
U. S. S T 0 (J K S
IIOIM.'MT AM) Xll.l).
.v it i ; - t it i n t
er all raaowa.
Compouui! Iiilcro-l iVotos
Cc.rtiilcat fsort.Htehtctt ties
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Orders for the purchase aad sale ol
ocsSrocasaruBoiss executed with dispatch
Kciilars Slock I.xchaut',
IN NEW YORK.
Ctolrt, Silver and Coiinons
PURCHASED ON FAVORABLE TERMS.
FIRST .VATIO.NAI. tt.t.M(.
U. S. S T O CJ K S,
liouIit and Sold
riIIE'llfrerenterieser7-3 VOTIW kept i
J stantlyon hint tor lmrneellate dellr.ry.
1 COUPONS, COM) and SILVER
Cfunpounil Interest .Votes
CcrtificatcM ot Eudrlilediu'ss-
Pnrchascd on the most Favorable Terms.
Burlington. Mar 1. Iftfi dawtf
ROYAL IIAV.CNA LOTTERY OF CU11A
Conducted byi t Spanish Government.
$300,000 In Roll Drawn Kvery 17 Daj
Prlxes ca'ho I and nfonnatlon furnished ; tbe
highest rates paid fc . Doubloons and all kinds ol
Gold and Silve-- a , for all Government Securi
ties. TiYLOR A CO., Bankers,
16 Wall Street, New York.
It.t.VKING HOUSE OF
Jef I CO O KB A' CO.
Corner AVnll & Nassau Sts.Nevc York.
In connection with our house In Philadelphia and
Washington, we have opened a NEW YORK
HOUSE at above location, acd eler oar services to
Banks. Bankers, and Inverters for tie transaction
of their business In this city, lneladlng purchases
and sales ef Government Securities, Stocks. Bonds,
aad Gold. We are constantly repressatei at the
Stock exchange aad Geld Board, where orders sent
ns are prcmpfy ailed. We keep on hand a full
GOVERNMENT BECORrriES OF ALL ISSUES
baying and isUlnj at current prices aad allowing
correspondents the most liberal ratss tb market
Her 8 -dawlr. JAT COOKE CO.
1 1 r AS PRONOUNCED THE EKST MOWIR
MACHINE at the great trial before th
knitea states Ag iraua IT. i.
DHIIj HII tC HA vui w.-u....- --i V- .
nearly tnreem okuiuuiiii.-k"" "--t
employed In ltsrasrufactare. It wss awarded
FIRST P R E .11 5 II 15
alter feur days trial (seven other m
Inrt In I5. Its last and greatest victory .was at
AaburnlBSSasmaybeseeo by tbe fellowta ax
tract from the "New York Tirflef,"bert. 19th
"ThoCreat National Field Trial l JUtv- I
ers nuil Reaper.
"AuapprsprUtlou or (S,0oo was made by the t
New York SUte Legislature. 10 r the purpose of'
sraetseally testluz Mowers aad ether Farming Im
plement... and tbe supervision ef the trial tatnstcd i
to the fcute Agricultural Society. The trial f ,
Mowers and Reapers was heldat Aubura during the
Intensely hcate.1 term cf July las. 1
FI VT y-NIN P. 31 ACIS IN Ks
veto entered icr competition, aud over too weeks
were occupied In the auraerous severe vests to
wkdeh they were sabieotoK. The CmmmUtn of
itnrn Juliri.mmpnibf pntttoml mot oantk on
rfrntunsuit ait iwualihtf, made fablic the result
of their labete en Wessesdar evesrhag lasMst tbe
State Fair at aerates. They awarded the
rrsad gees saedsd. to the
is ii cm: vti m.q r.iis.fje
built by Aeriaaee, Piatt Co,
astheauatMeer. The aaoat promleeut uehaU of
auaerlerity tseuahl Ike Buakeye Jtachlae were
perletioii o.' vrosk m nil klada of crass, and on
every variety ef anrmesi nghtnees of draft, ease of
ataaareaaea t. rr tactical ef aeenhanlnal cocitrectlon,
siaipUeity, strength aad duialUity."
The Sabasrlbers would aceia call the attestioa of
the Farmers to their
Improved Iluckcyti Jloivcv,
Ftllllt FKKT Pliflt ISJCH CUT.
This Machine. ,1 alaple in eoastruetli a. and Is
bulk 01 law
It will do better work on
than aav other asewer.
all varieties ef sumee
eight upon the aeeki of horses and has tbe light
eat dralt. Therefcre It is tbe best machine for the
team. It la, aha, the best for the driver, as It ha
a well arranged, easy spring seat, aad can be
handled per.'selly by a bey of ten yeara. ultheat
any duasjsr ef tesaa; tbrawa upon the k nlves. Tbe
adnata of the IMPROVK1) BCCKEVK on all
points that eonstltnte a perfect mower, are briefly,
that it will
?o Better Hrf;,
with LESS rOWKR, b EASiaa to oramAra Sir both
umm aad eVster, atrenerr, mrre dureAr, store sim
ple, tirt llleff to need repmrt, end more eomiff re
paired, and is therefore exocttf the machine for the
Tbe subscribers wuld respectfully call the atten
tion of Farmers to the following facts .
That tbe manufacture of Mowing Machine wa
adopted by us as a permanent huaiaeRi in lv'4
That we have a shoo aad tools for that especial
hoslacee. That believing It true economy ft r y ou
to buy as perfect a Machine as
TIfE IMPROVED BUCKEYE.
manufactured at or near home. In which ,xo xx
ras.a has teen spared, that might contribu'eto
its eeefirrfier a.d durahilitw. ae anall build fbr the
harvest of 1867 lor the I'vuntles at Chittenden, La
motile. Grand Isle, Franklin in this State, and for
Canada adjacent, a fall supply of these nnrii ailed
()( the Hot .Material", Work nnd Finish.
Ta demenjtrate and make rood our claims fbr the
superiority of the IMPROVED BUCKEYE, as
stated above, we will give any responsible man
who wishes to bny, an opportunity to test ear m t
ehlne on his own larm In emmpotititn utlh amy other
a reasonable time, or we will through our Agents
exhibit the lurnoviD Vrcsava in public trial in
courcTiriox wirn A.ir ornca.on reasonable notice.
We tike. Oils onnortnnitv to thank our numer
ous patrons for the encouragement they hare given
us to build a
First Class Ifaoircr,
by taking our whole supply or I960 at the adraaeed
price asked by u, over other machines, and also
for the unanimous expresions of satisfaction la the
u-ecf the IMPROVtl) BUCKEYE.
ST. ALBANS FOUNDRY CO.
IUiwabd A. Sunn, I
Joax W. Ncwtox. I
St, Allans, Sept. 1. 196.
S e n s o n a hi c (t u oris.
CO.ME AND SF.K.
WHEELER & R1F2.EV
II heeler A' 1 I p I e y
SLED S .
WHEELER Ac RIPLEY
IN VARIETV, QUALITY AND PRICE,
our stock or goods Is
,OT TO BE EXCELLED.
WHEELER A EIPLEV,
Sign of the saw, College Strict.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW
By selecting jeer pttsect at
Si. B. F j o v n ' s
1 ."54 C I urcli Slrcc t.
. . , , r,
w A T HES.
In OoW acl Silver Case for men ef luslsers. to j
1 note the t'me aetsrately.
F.r boys, aeal, pistly little tlme-keepers.
For Ladies, elegantly enameled and dlamendiet.
GKNT8 HKAVY JJ'JJJ' f"-'-?D A.?D V17?T
I. " .St.".'-.. rAl..Rltk
Ladles wow t;naicuunc, "ui"- . V . i
Swards, Rubber Guard and Vest, Steel and Leather
chains or all kinds.
iTRIOCS. KUBLFMATIC AND PRETTY.
A large variety, of new styles or Eetts. Brooebes,
Bar Rings, Sleeve Buttot a. Studs, Bracelets. Ild'kr.
Rlnes, Keys, Seal. Pearl, oiooe tnslne turned,
Plata and Seal Rings, chlldrens Rings. Clasps for
the uleeve. Neck Chains, Teeth Picks Ac.
A very lance and flne assortment of solid silver
Napkin Rings, Fruit Knives, Totaeeo Boxes. Match
Boxes. Port Monies. Card Cases, Boquet Holders,
Cups, chlldrens Knives and Forks and. table Sliver
of all kinds.
I1 is AT BSD WARE.
A tnagnlll'ent itock of TeaSetsilver..Iee Pitchers
I-e Lowls, lioUets. Cake aad Card Baskets, Cas
tors. Butter Dishes, Epon Holders, Pickle Jars,
Celery Vases, Sardine Boxes, Muumers. Sirup
Pitchers. Sugar and Cream Setts, Tete a Tete Setts.
KgK BeUersas8Unds,Slt cellars, Knives Forks
and Sp .'as. Ladle c.
I (See stuck of 1 aad 9 day docks, wood, marble
I alabaster and iron cases.
I Writlag Deaka, Work Boxes, fewel cases Glove
I and HtTTk Boxes. Watch Stands. Dressing Cases
fbrLadlea ana rjemts, ssuwa itawub xn&cu,
Broases, Port Monies, nice Fans. Uoasbs, e'ora pan
ions, Ac., Ac.
fialtl Fens and 5eneils.
-a sew stock, thekeetlanse aad lavtte
SpcrtNciCN efc Eye f;iasie
Uoid. Silver. Steel, Rubber, Shell, Bone. MagnLy
ing aad RevolvlngGlawas
Pocket aud Table Knives, lUaoraeleMrs, Shears
if the best quality.
We Invite the mention ef the public to our steek
I which is quite extensive, recent aueatloas navUE
houdaya. Our whole stock is offered at very low
prtees.and an early selection ill secure the choicest
ITCH and CLOCK WORK, BSC RAVING aad
KBPAIBINe DOCK TO ORD8R,
B. R. FLOYD.
164 Churefa Street.
Ten nnd Coffee i
VflTfl "FIRS PROOW- BOTTOhlS.
(SOLD MOUNTED UUU1IKR
Pencils uml Feu Holders.
GOLD PEXSf PENCILS,
MIMtt A1LVEK C V PS,
ft - cbii Iren. and all SILVER GOODS the test as
ort meat la tbe etty.
A new Stosk ef mut all kinds afOeods
1J jf Socl;cl Cutlery,
HIIAURand I'ttTEl) WARE,
new opening at the eld stand Church St,
J K. BRK4SMAPX
HI TLA N D ASP :m RLINUTON R. R.
CHANGE OF TIME.
ir.n ucin Dec. trains will run ss fol
Lea vs erauaeTos .
uM.M MAIL TRAIN for Beston.Lowell, Wor
cester. Fitehburgk. BrmUleboro,SrjrmgBeM.IIart-r-
r'l. New Haven, Troy, Allsny and New York j
arriveluTroyat3.noP.il. ;Jew York tJ6r.it.
Boston 7. 3ii P hf.
Tames (e Bootoit aad Troy onihout chant of Car.
l.-i. P. SI DAY EXPRFSS, for Rutland, Bellows
Fal Is. Troy and New York. Arriving la Rutland
4. 15 P. M . Bellows Falls. 4J P. M. . Troy, -.li
P. M. : New York ton A. M.
4.0) P. M. ACCOMODATION TRAIN to Ratlaai,
arrives In Rutland at 2 1 P. M.
4, r. ., NIGHT EXPRBoB.iriUi Sleeping Car, for
New York and Boston. Arrive in Troy at 3.30 a.
a , New York U.Ij r. h. ; Boston .40 A. x.
rk-fS so Trow and Boiton without ohanee of Cjf.
Tile J I", o'clock P. U. and o'clock A. M. trains
make cb-se connection with the New York Cen
tral at Troy and Albany for all points West.
from Me Sonth and Kaat Tram arrioe at Rurhngt.n
a. follome i
lilt, w., NienT EXPRESSTR..IN,wlth Sleepln-
Car. from New York and Boston. Leaves New
York at Sr.., Boston 6-30 r. a.
W.t A. M.ACCOMODATION" TRAIN" from Ratland
leaves Rutland at a A. 31.
5 M r. v., MAI L TRAIN from Boston, Lowell, Wor
certs.-. Springfield, Hartford, New Haven, Troy
and New York. Leaves Boston c.00 a.m.
7 05 P M. DAY EXrRhSSfrom Troy and NcwYcrk
For further information apply at the Union Tick,
et office, No. I. American Hotel Block, or at tbe
Rutland Burlington Pessenger Station where tick
etc can be purchased for all of the above routes
aad all points West, North West and South West,
choice may he made from any of the various routes,
J. W. WARDWELL, Agent. Passenger Station.
J. W. CARPENTER. Agent, No. I American Hotel.
VERMONT CENTRA LAND SULLIVAN
FA LL ARRANGEMENT.
Commencing Dec. 17, 13fJC.
muss goixg sours asd east.
Leave Burlington at 6.50 A. M 12.3d P. 31., and
Mall Train loaves St. Allans at 0 is A. M , and
connects at Burlington with Rutland 4 Burlington,
atlV.dte River Junction and Bellows Falls
with trains fo r Boston, Worcester, Springfield and
with trains on Fassumpsio U. R. arrives at New
York at IU.1SP. M.
Day Express leaves Montreal at S.30 A. M.,
St. Johns at 10 A.M., Ogdensburgh at 5.30 A.M.,
Route's Point 10.13 A. M. for Boston, 4c- arriving
in Boston via Lowell at Id 3o P. 21.
Night Express leaves Ogdensburcb at 11.30 A. M.,
Mon treal3. Is P.M.,Itouse's Point S.t3P.M.,St- Johns
at l.W P. !., arriving at Boston at ato A. M., con
necting at Bellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad for
Boston and Worcester and with Vermont Valley
Railroad for SpringSsld, Ac, and arrivinr In New
York at 12.30 P. Jl.
vraixscoixs noarn axdwxst.
Leave at 1.13 A. IL, 9.10 A M. 1.23, M, P. 6 JO
Day Express leaves Boston via LoweU at 8.00 A.
M. tor Burlington, St. Albans, Montreal, arriving
It Montrealat9JUP.M.,Ogdensburghat 1 A.M.
Mall Train leaves Boston via Lowell at 7.00 A.M.
via Lawrence and Fltchbarg at 7.30 A. M., Spring
Said at 7.43 A. M. for Burlington, aad St. Albans.
Accommodation Train leaves NorthSeld at 00
A.M., Burllngtcn, RctlanJt. Allans and Ronse's
Night Express leaves Bellows Falls at 10.00 P. M.
receiving passengers from Vermont Valley R. It.
leaving New York, at 12.16 P. M., acd from Cheshire
R. R. leaving Boston at 6J0P.iL, connecting at
White River Junction with train leaving Bojtoa at
5.00 P. M., for Burlington, Rouse's roict, Montreal
and Ogdecsburg, connecting with Grand Trunk
trains for the West.
Sleeping can are attached to both the Night rlx-
6:ess trains running between St. Albans and
oeton, and St. Albans and Springfield.
Tickets to Detroit, Chicago and aU points West
sold by H. N. DUURY, Agent, No. 2 American Ho
tel Burlington, Vt Baggage checked through.
Through rickets to Chicago and the West for
isle at the Principal stations.
G. MERRILL, Sup't,
St. Albans. Dec. 17 Iff.
A. C. SPEAR A: CO.
! .Apothecaries A' Druggists,
! SXALESS IX
PJTE.tT ilEDlClZZS. CBE3IICJLS,
SURGICAL and Dental Instraments, Dentist's
Foils, Sllneral Teeth, Trusses and Supporters,
Shoulder Braces, Bandages, Leeches, Mineral Wa
ters. Druggist's Glass Ware, Brushes, Bird Seeds,
Perfumery, Flavoring Extracts, Bplees, Shaker
Herbs, Dys Stuffs, Inks, Carnpheno, Burning Fluid
and Keroeene Oil.
jyiVo orc& of inferior quality kept.
AMOS 0. SPEAR EDOAR W. BURRITT,
A&"ft& Burlington. V
goolts nnd Jtntioncrn
OTANDACD BOOKS Illustrated In fine bindings,
ij with a lam variety ot Jarenllo Illustrated
works, also Writing desks, Work boxes, portfolios,
and goods usually found In Book Stores suitable
forlicllday. arc now ready saat
Dee II.I66J Ccmer Church and College Sts.
MAUI) MULLER, "
EVANGELINE. " .
THE THREE KINGS OF ORIENT.
CHRISTMAS IN ENGLAND.
G EMS O F TENNYSON.
IDYLS OF THE KIMG.
THE CULPRIT FAY, Illustrated.
THE BELL SERIES OF P0ETS
ROUND' OF DAYS.
SIX MONTHS IN THE WHITE HOUSE.
ROSES and HOLLY.
CO. FRENCH i CO.
NEW HOOK LIST.
"rpHE TRUE CHURCH," byTilton,
J. teautlfully Illustrated.
"Ross and Holloy," " "
"Our Artist la rcra." " "
"Maui Muller." by Whlttler U. "
"Flower DoLceo," by Longfellow. "
"Treasares from Milton's Prose."
"The Sanctuary," br George W. Nichols.
"Christina Rosette's Poems."
"Red Letter Days in Applethcrp," by Gall Ham
ilton. "Morning by Morning." by Spurgecn.
"An American Family in Germany." by J. Ross
Life and Times of Milton."
"Life and Times of Luther."
"A History of the Huguenots."
' The Adventorea or Ueubea Davidger."
How I managed my children from Iniincy to
marriage." by Mrs. Warren.
"The True History of a Little Ragamuffin."
"Kissing the Rod," by Edmund Yates.
I have a fine assortment of other boooks saita- le
for presents, also a very large number of J U V EN
ILE BOOKS to all ef which tho attention of the
public is Invited. . ,
E. A. FULLER.
Burlington, Dec 7, 1EC&
HOOKS RECENTLY PI B
LIS 11 EI).
IOH SCHOOL CnORALIST. A Selection of
rhnrnwi and Vnnr.Part Sensrs. from the
Works of the Great Masters, for the Use of Colleges.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL CHORUS; CooUinin"
Wilhem's Method of Teaching VoealMosie, adapted
to Schools, by John Ilullabi also. Selections for
Devotional Exercises. Exhibitions, aud Festival
Occasions, Adapted and Arranged In One. Two and
Three Parts. By J. B. Sbarlaad, Teacher of Music
in the Boston Grammar Schools. !''.
TnE CHAPEL. A Collection of Tunes Is all
Metres, Composed for and Especially Adapted
to Ue wants of all Church Choirs and Christian
Woishippers, Homo Circles and Social Gather
ings. Price, In paper, 33 eti. boards, Wets.
A WINTER EVENING'S ENTERTAINMENT.
A Secial Cantata. Words by Sidney Dyer. Matte
by C. A. CulL Cl. I I.2S, paper 1
JOCSSE'S MUSICAL CATECHISM. A New Edi
tion, with an Appendix containing Modulations
from the various Major and Minor Keys, and a
Tieati'e on the Syllables and the Construction of
Chords by J.C.J. 20 cts.
The above sent post-paid on receipt of price.
OLIVER DlTfcON 4 CO. Publbliers,
277 Washington Street, Boston,
DIARIES FOR ISGT.
4 LARGE ASSORTMENT of Diaries for 17,
2 comprising several new sty les, which are con
sidered great improvements upon any heretofore
onered, now en bald ami for silo by.
noriidtr C. 0. FRENCH CO.
CHEAPEST STOCK UVER IN VT. I
Viticrr'! I never heard ol U! You hav'nt.
eh! Well, (To to
CHI X A II A Is L ,
No. ft. Central Block, Church St, and convince
yourselr of this great aad marvelous truth, vis.,
that there Is ono
CSSE.'IP C.1SE1 STOIiE
1 have a large assortment of Geld Haod China.
Dining and Tea Sets. Also a great variety of Plain
White China, consisting of r'tes. Covered Dishes,
Coffees aas Teas, 4c , Ac.
a-ue. Edwards 4 Sou's Tiaia Rom in Pattern et
Vitrified Stoae China, with the China lilailrg,
which i. equally as white anJ handwme as tbe
nicest of French China, aad ia the nejlStoae China
ever exhibited In tbe Bute. Also the Lily ef the
Vally, the Paid Lily, and other deairable patterns,
constantly on hand, embracing the greatest rarsety
uf goods ever offered for the inspection of this com -inanity
; all of nhteh can and will be sold at the
very lowest prices, at a trifling advance upon the
prices of the oommon ware.
It's no use talking the chances are VeJbre
you. Come ia and win! Read away. In
ean show ou an assortment ao eaten
tlve aad varied and at such unprecedented low
prices that It is no use enumerating them ' Ladies
and Gentlemen come and Judge for yourselves what
can be done for a little mocev. I am bound to sell
cheaper and better goods lean have heretofore
been offered by any one la this State. It's a sweep
ins; assertion but 1 can prove it.
SoMEiHijo has naorraD ! What Is it 1 You can
sec it at CHINA HALL. I'll tell joc.tt's tbe
Call and tee '. Look 'em ever
Ceoueoe rper for 10
pe roll, worth
Satin " 3D
Bronse Gilts " 30
" " 75
Stamped gold leaf 100
Common Papers from 8 to 10 cents per roll.
In regard to my stock cf Gilt Paper, It comprises
over seventy. five different varieties, and fs the
largest and best selected to be found la this State,
ana I shall sell them cheaper than the cheapest.
Mark that Read on ! Read on ! ) Pairs ci
fiilt Window Shades
200 rolls of Parcr Curtains of new and rich de
signs ; Tea Trays In setts, single or bythedoien
Table Cutlery of every quality and stylo of tho
best goods made in this country.
Silver Plated Ware
AT FACTORY PRICES,
i omprislng Tea andTablo Spoons, Table, Medium,
and Dessert Forks,Orater and Pickle Forks, sugar
Spoons acd Shovels. Bar Spoors, Salt Spoons, Gra
vy Lwlles, Butter Knives. e 4c Castors, silver
plated at 23 per cent less than city prices. These
goods were brought during tho decline la gold and
will bo sold at corresponding prices.
BRITANNIA W ARE
ptton, some new styles of Coffee am.
ea rots Just received. Beautllul Japanned Toilet
Setts and a thousand other things impossible
name In au advertisement. Come and examine,
and then bay. Terms Cash, sure pay, small prof
its. 3. S. BROWN.
China nail. No. 6 Central Block, Church Stree
F. S. Goods received weekly from Au ctiical
which will be sold at ruinous rates.
Preparatory to retiring from the practice efien
tlstrr in Burlington, I hare taken as partner Wv.
H. WATias. D. D. 8. A regularly and thoroughly
educated dentist, who graduated at the Baltimore
College of Dental Surgery In 1359, acd has been in
laceesiful practice ever since. He came to me weU
recommended and having been with me now three
months, I find him all that ha was recommended
I therefore while tendering my grateful acknowl
edgments to the public for a long and liberal patron
age, respectfully solicit its continuance at the old
stand, which I shall leave In the hands of Dr.
Waters, who Is well qualified to cocduct a first class
. ,. JA3IES LEWIS.
Burlington. Asril 17. IS6S. lv.daw
DR. W. L. HARRIS having returned to Burling
ton has fitted up and opened a sultcf rooms
on tho corner of Church and College Streets, over
Dr. Harris has been In the practice of dentistry
sixteen years, and cansafely guarantee perfect sat
isfaction la all operations, both In the operative
and mechanical departments.
ifrtr with pleasure to W. Carpenter, Jl. D.
8. W Thayer SI.D. B. W. Carpenter, if . D.
CAUTIO.VTO FEMALES IX DELICATE
DR. DO W. Physician and Surgeon. No. 7 Endieot
St. Boston, is consulted daily for all disease
Incident to the female system. Prolapsus Uteri cr
Fluor Alcns, Suppression, and other menstrual de
rangements, are ail treated on new pathological
principles, and speedy relief guaranteed In a very
few days. Bp Invariably certain Is this new mode cf
treatment, that most obstinate complaints yield
perNct hSth afflicted vcrscn soon rejoices la
Dr. Dow has no doubt had greater experience In
the cure cr diseases orwomea than any other physl.
elan la Boston.
Boarding accommodations for patients who may
wish to stay in Boston a few dav under his treat-ment-
Dr. Dow, since 1S45, having confined his whole
attention to an office practice for the care of Pri
vate Diseases and Female Complaints, acknowl
edges co superior In the United States.
AV E-AU "tters must contain one dollar, or they
will not be answered.
Office hoars fromj a. x. to 9 r. x.
CALL AND SEE
Eldorado Cooking: Store,
thx;j i jt ix rsi, at
, ., T.A.WITOLOCK'S.
"USE THE BEST.
3) St. C& O C K S
e!ung all tho merits &taed fc, ll
IT MAKES HAIR GROW ON Rvin
Arreits Its falling off or turning gny curee a
diseases of the scalp, and makes harsle wirv kii.
beautifully soft and luxurUntly riossv? w
alove all U tho marvelous rapidity with 'which
Gray Hair is Restored
To Its original color. Uso it a few times, and i
your gray hairs have disappeared as if t.y Te.-v
IT IS NOT A DYE,
Bat strikes at the roots or the' hair, sepph ir
them with new life and eclor.n- matter. It is 1
much better dressing than OJ or Pomatum, an"
avoids their deleterious eflects. it Is elegant!-,
perfumed. Is easily applied ant I. in n respects
agreeable to tho senses. If, after a fair trial thia
docs not provo to be the best preparation before
the publio ftr the balr, tho money a ill be refund
Put up la largo bottles, and toM by a'.i i-u
gists at tl Pr bottlo.
DR. F. tl. CLOCK, rrepnet. r
Marten et u
J. W. ROBY andll. D.ATWATER, Agent. I.,
Burlington and vicinity.
J. y. HENRY i CO. Wattrbury, general .
sals agents for Vermont.
iMKJl AND FRUIT L.tND3, ia a mild an I
' healthful climate. Thirty miles it.ni u
Philadelphia, by Railroad, In New Jersey, on the
same line of latitude as Baltimore, Md.
The soil is rich and produetne, varying from a
clay to a sandy loam, suitable for wheat. Grass.
Corn, Tobacco. Fruits and vegetables. This is a
arret rmrreuntry. Fire hundred Vineyards and
Orchards have been planted out by experienced
fruit growers. Grapes, Peaches. Pears, Ac, pro
duce Gnraeusa profits. VIneland Is already one ot
the most beautiful places la the Inlfl State
The entire territory, consisting of filty square
miles ofland, is laid out upon a general system if
improvements. The land la i nly sold to actuM set
tiers with provlsioL f.r public adornment. The
place, on account ol its great beauty, as n ell as
other advantages, has become the retort of pe.pl
ofta.te. It has Increased five thousand peopl'
within the past threo years. Churches, btoree
Schools, Academies, Societies of Art and Learning
and other dements of refinement and culture hat
been Introduced. Hundreds i f people are eonstant
ly settling. Hundreds of new houses are
constructed. Price of Farm land, twenty acre
and upwards, $25 per acre. Five and ten acre
Village lots for sale.
Fruits aad Vegetables ripen earlier in this dis
trict than in any other locihty north of Norfolk,
Vx. Improved places for sale. .....
Openings for all kinds or business, Lumber Yards
Manufactories, Foundries, Stores aad the like:
and Steam Power, with room, can be rented.
For persons who desire mild winters, a heelthfu
climate, and a good roil. In a country beaattrult)
Improved, abounding In fruits, aad possessing aa
other social privileges, in the heart of civiliiatloo.
it is worth; of a visit
Letters aosweied, and he ineland Rural, a
paper giving full infbnavtion a-"l containing re
ports of Solon Robinson, .-ea: to app'icants.
Address CHAS. K. Ll'iDB, Vuaeiand P. O, Laa
db Towaahip, New Jersey.
From revert of Solv Pcbir..3, Agricultural
Editor of the Tribune "1 is n of the most exten
sive fertile tracts, m an almost level eovltioB aal
ultable condition for pdeasaat tx-nin that we
now of this sale of uie Weuic rrar!.
Jaa e 23 dawemof.
"THE PEN IS MICIITIKK THAN THE
THE GOLD PEN BEST AND ClIFAPEhT
MORTOIV'S fiOLD FEIVS,
THE BEST PENS IN THE WORLD.
For Sale at his Headquarters, No. 25 MAIDEN
LANE, New York, and by every erary-appetnted
Agents at tbe same prices.
A Catalogue with lull description ef SI res arx!
Trlees, seat on receipt ef letter Postage.
S. HUNTINGTON, Agent tor Morton's Gold Pens
HOUSE FOR S.ILS.
A TWO STORY BRICK DWELLING HOOK,
containing eleven loonta. aituated on west side
etWlllard St, oppoette norlh-weet corner of Col. L.
G. B. Carlson's estate. There isa txod cellar, well
ef water, and one acre of land, immediate i
For fertber information esquire of the suseriwr
or at tbe i Wee of L. Barnes Co.
Barlington. Nov 9 dawtf
THE FIRST iYATIOrVAIi
Will Ikeau this date aseue
UE IKING FROM I TO 0 PUR CENT.
Ac cordis? to length of time the depotlt re- Im
All saeb reedpts ssill be
Interest wiUnet be paM Sara shorter time than
THIRTY DAYS, nor est sesallsr ssuaa than FIFTY
nerUwrtom. Vt .Mae I dawtf
ITS EFFECT IS
The old. the young, the middle aged nnite toprilis
I: is an entirslj- nevr xicctific diteoTTy. eorabinfc;
many of th most powerful aad restorative sjegls
in the regetibic tinixn.
We have such cocC'lencc i i-s ntr.:', and art
so sure it will ij aU vro claim for it, tba wa offer
If the Sicilian IIaie RgscwER docs no; giva st
isfActiou in all cases when used u strict accord
ance with our instructions.
Vctjcttiblc Sicilian Hair Iteneiccr
has proved itself to be the most perfect preraratfcm
for the Hair ever offered to the public.
It is a vegetable com pound, and contains ro
injurious properties whatever.
It is not a Dje, it strikes at the Roots and fills
the glands with new life and coloring matter.
IT WILL r.EST01Ul GHAT 11JJ.H TO
ITS ORiaiSAL COLOR.
It trill fcerji tlir Half from fnllina out.
It cleanses th Sealp. nt mahrs the Ilutr
son, lustrous, jyit siinrs
IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSIHGl
No person, old or yonrg should fail to r.
It ii recetnmemktl tad used by the FIRST JfcX
ty Ask for ILiix's VEe,rr.iBu: Sicilian
IIair Besewer, and take c other.
The Proprietors oucr the SiciLtA ILun Rr
sewer to the public, entirely confident that it wu
bring back tho hair to its original c P0.'','"
growth, aad in nearly all cases where ithas Wlea
off wiU restore it uiJes- the person is very sged.
K. p. HAM. A CO. Proprietors,
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