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THE BURLINGTON VT., FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 14 1865.
The Battle of Gettvkbtirp
KaTORT Or CEXIHAL A. POrBLEDAT, OF
TOT OPERATION'S Or THE THIRD DIVISION',
nRST ARBr CIRrS, OX TEE SECOND AND THIRD
or jclt, 1E63.
Xnr York, Sept. 19, 1SG3.
I have the honor to report that, on
the evenln; of the 1st day of July, 1863. 1
returned command of the 3d Division, of the
1st Corps, confistinc of Rowley's and Dana's
Dneaars. A lhird oricaao ot t. troops.
Rod up to the 'ies.ee, the enemy centrally
dropping their anna, and surrendering them
selves. Very few of the force that advanced
; to the attack got back to their own lines
j again. A great many prisoners were taken.
whom I sent to the Provost Marshals without
j guard or escort, as I bad no men to spare."
, I think these-extracts fhow that it is to
i Gen. Stannard and Col. Gates the country is
mainly indebted for the repulse of the ene
my V charge and the final victory of the 3d
About the time the rebels attained our
under Brig. Gen. Stan-.nrd. also reported to I line, heavy reinforcements or artillery and
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me about twilicht of the fame day. It con
fisted of the 12th, 13th. 14th, 15th and ICth
Regiments. The 12th and 15th had been
directed to act as guard to the wagon train.
The 15th cimo up thcneit morning, bnt was
again ordered back for the same purpose.
The remiining regiments having marched
with Gen. Sickles' troops, through some
mistake, were placed on a line with them,
on the right of the first. Tney joined me the
next mornirg, and wcr posted with my oth
er Brigades, principally in reserve behind
the western part of Cemetery Ilill, to assist
m the delrnce of that important position.
On the 21. the left wing of the 13th Vt.
regiment, under 1A. Col. Munson, was or
dered forward to Fupport a battery, and a
company of the Ifith Vt. was sent out no a
support to the skirmishers in front. To
wnrds twilight, on the evening of the 21. I
received orders from the Corps Commander
to form my men at once, and go to the assis
tance of Hancock's Corps, which had been
driven in by n desperate charge of the ene
my. I marched my command ns rapidly as
possible to the place indie ted. which was
about a quarter of a mile west of the Ceme
tery, and formed them in several lines, by
regiments, for a charge.
It was soon discovered that the enemy had
retired, and wc were ordered to halt. My
advance, however, eonsi'ting of five compa
nies of the 13th Vt . under Colonel Randall,
met Mj. Gen Hancock, and asked permis
sion of him tf. keep on and endeavor to res
cue the guns of a regular battcry.which had
just been raptured. The request was grant
ed. Col Randall charged the retreating tn
emy in handsome style, and retook the four
guns that had ju6t been lost. Shortly after
wards, I sent out the 149th and 150th regi
ments Pennsylvania volunteers, who sent in
two additional guns taken from the enemy,
after a short and spirited engagement, (lose
to his line of Kittle".
My Division bivouacked for the night on the
ground occupied by us. The ICth Vt., un
der Col.Veascy, was thrown out to tie front
on picket. The 149th and 150th Pcnns.
volunteers also remained in clot proximity
to the enemy all night. The Vcrmonters,
with the 20th New York State Militia and
151st Pcnns. volunteers, held the iront line
during the remainder of the action ; and the
troops of Rowley's and Dana's Brigades the
s.cond and third lines.
About 2 P. M., on the 3d, a terrific artil
lery fire opened upon us, from inorcthan 100
guns. The firing was accurate and incet-ant
and lasted for several hours ; blowing up
caissons from timo to time, and sweeping
away men as well as artillery and statf hor
ses in every direction. 1 told the Brigade
Coaimandire to thcltcr men nr.d officers ns
mi.ch as poiiihlc, and when the fire slacken
ed bo piepurd to spring to their feet, and
met the enemy with the bayonet if ncces
Towards 5 o'clock, I received notice from
rcvcral quarters, that the final charge of the
enemy had commenced. The rebels were
furiued in three lines, with additional troops
deployed as wings on the rihtand ltft of the
rearmost line. la this order they advanced
directly towards my Division, overlapping
its right. Thty came on for n short distance
and then nurched by the left flank until they
uncovered the front of my command and
then inirchcd forward against Hancock's
troops on my right. The wing neircst to us
did not foll jiv the movement, but becoming
separated from the main body.movcd tonurds
Birncv's Division on our left. Gen Stan
nard, perceiving that the enemy had exposed
his right, at once changed Iront forward,
formed directly upon the flinks of the rcliel
lines, and poured in a terrible fire whirh
they were wholly unable to resist, i quote
Irom his official report everything in rtfer
tnce to the 3d day's operation :
llecav: lliu Iront line tiiuertii!u-iica,
was hell by my brigade fur 20 hours. At
about 4 o'clock on the morning of the 3d,
the enemy comimnccd a vigorous nrtilkry
nttaek, which continued for a short time upon
my position. During its continuinee I moved
the 14th, under command of Col. Nicho.a, to
the front of the main line alxjut 75 yards,
which was done at double-quick in good or
der I then, with permission from my
immidiatc commander, selected a po-ition to
occupy iTattacked with infantry, some dis
tance in front of the line. At about 2 o'clock
P. M., the enemy commineed a vigorous nt
taek upin my liocitioii. After subjecting u
for an hour ami u half to the severest cannon
ade of the whole tattle, from 100 guns or
mure, the enemy charged witli a heavy col
umn of infantry at least one division, in
close column by regiments. The churgo was
aimed directly upon my command, but ow
ing apparently to the firm Iront shown them,
the enemy diverged midway, and came ution
the line upon my right, lint they did not
thus escape the warm reception prepared for
them by the Vcrmonters. During the charge
the enemy suffered from the tire ol the loth
and 14th range being short. At the com
mencement of the attack, I called in the ICth
Regiment from the skirmish line, and placed
it in close column by division in my immedi
ate rear. As soon as the change in the front
of attack became evident, I ordered a flank
attack upon the enemy's column Forming
in the open meadow in front of our lines,
the 13th changed front forward on first com
pany. The ICth, iiftcrdcploying, performed
the same and formed on the left of the 13th,
at right angles to the main line of our army,
bringing them in line of battle upon the flank
of the charging division of the enemy, and
opened n destructive fire at short range,
which the enemy sustained but a very few
moments, before the larger portion of them
surrendered and marched in, not as conquer
ors, but as captives. I then ordered the two
regiments into their foimcr position. The
order was not filled, when I saw another
rebel column charging immediately upon my
left. Col. Veaiy, of the ICth, was at once
ordered to attack it in its turn u jon the flink.
This was done as successfully as before. The
rebel forces, already decimated by the fire of
14th Regiment, Col. Nichols commanding,
were scooped almost en masse into our limn.
The ICth took in tbis charg? the regimental
colors of the 2d Florida and 8th Virginia Reg
iments, and the battle-flag of another rebel
regiment. The 16th was supported in this
new and advanced position by four compa
nies of the 14th, under command or Lieut.
The movements, I have briefly described.
were executed in the open field, under a very
heavy fire of shell, grape and musketry, ana"
they were performed with the promptness and
precision of battalion drill. They ended the
contest in the centre, and substantially closed
" Officers and men behaved like veterans,
although it was for most ot them their first
To this splendid record. I have only to add
what Gen. Stannard, in his modesty, has for
gotten to state ; that he, himself, was badly
wounded in the leg, but refused to leave the
field until the contest was over.
Col. Gutes, of the 20th New York State
Militia, also bore a conspicuous pait in the
repulse of the enemy, lie says, in his offi
cial report :
"About 12i P. M. on the 3d, the enemy
opened a furious cannonade upon our lelt
centre, which continued about two hours.
At the end of that time, bis infantry ad
vanced in two lines upon my position, when
his Gist line received our fire. He faced to
his lelt nnd niovtd in the new direction un
til nearly opposite the hill on our left cen
tre, ween ne laceu lo uie rignt ana movid
raridlv in line of lmtle toward the hill.
The second lino followed the movement of
the first. Perceiving that his attention was
to get pustion or the hill and the battcies
upon it, which would have cut our lines and
greatly endangered our army, I ordered
tay two Krgimenu ry tne rignt cant quietly
infantry reported to me. I posted them at
various points along the crest and in reserve,
but they were not rtquired, as, before
they reached their destination, the enemy
had fallen back. The troops in the 2d and
3d lines also deserve special commendation,
as they were equally exposed to the- enemy's
missiles. Although tho artillery fire was
very severe, I did not eee a man desert his
After the retreat of the enemy, wc remain
ed where we were, and bivouacked upon tho
field. The Vermont Regiment on picket
was relieved nrxt morning, though the kind
ness of Major General Birncy, by a division
of the 3d Corp.
On the 4th, my troops still remained in
the same position on the field of battle.
On the 5.h, they retired a lew hundred
yards, to obtain a more pleasant encamp
ment. On the Ctb, they remained in the same
On the 7th, I left very early under orders
Among the circumstances woithy of men
tion, which occurred on the 3d 'lay, was the
death of the rebel General Barksdalo He
-as brouglr into my lines by my Acting As
sistant Inspector General, Licit. Col. Living-ton,
70th X. Y. Vol". His dying speech,
and last messages for his family, together
with tho valuables about his person, were
intrusted by him to Lieut. Col. Livingston.
Brig Gen. Rowley and Col. Dana, 143d
Pcnn. VoK, Brigade commanders, rendered
me valuable assistance.
I have already mentioned my stnfi, in my
report of the operations of the Corps on the
1st. They did their whole duty without
exception. Several had horses shot, and
one, Lieut. Cowdry. (Commissioner of Mus
ters,) was woundid.
I was myself struck by a piece of shell
towards the close of the day. but was not
Dr. Ramsay, Chief Surgeon of the Divis
ion, is entitled to my thanks for valuable
services. Capt Hall, A. Q. M.,Capt. Adair.
C. S., Lieut. Shaw, Ordnance Officer, and
Lieut. Snowden, of the Ambulance Corps,
were all zealous and efficient in the discharge
of their duties.
I have the honor to be,
Your obedient servant,
Maj. Gen. Vols.
To Brig. Gen. S. Williams,
A. A. G.,
Headquarters Army of the Potomac
The only Throush Dally Lis between
And Intermediate Point.
Vermont Items. OcneXSBDROII TO THE WEST,
Tho famous horse. "Vermont Hambleton- IVorthem
ian." died on the 18tb of June, at tho ago
ol 18 years.
Emery S. Wilder of Jamaica, a returned
soldier of Co. K, 9th Regiment, was drugged
and robbed of his money on Friday the 23d,
at a drinking hole in Brattltboro.
A road is being constructed to tho summit
of Jay Peak, and it is expected it will bo
ready for use by the 4th of July.
A grist and saw mill belong to G. A. An
drus of South Calais, valued at 2500, and
without insurance, was burned with other
personal property on the 26tb ult.
One of the engine-houses of the Grand
Trunk railroad at Island Pond was burned on
Saturday night. All the engines and other
movable property wcro saved. Loss $12,000
Freddie Chamberlsin, ten years old, was
accidentally drowned in tho Connecticut
river at Brattltboro. a few days since.
Mr. P. G. Pratt has been recently lectur
ing in Brattltboro on the danger to Demj
cratic government from ma.onry nnd other
secret tuth-bound societies.
On Sunday mornirg, the 25th, Mr. Mich
ael Mack and one of his sons, of Xcw Haven,
were drowned. The son while bathing in
the mcr, got in over his head and his father
in an attempt to rescue bim shared his fate.
From the Boston Traveller.
Compoiltion of Parties.
Parties nrc rapidly forming themselves on
the colored suffrage question, and tho pro
cess enables every man to seo and understand
what is the composition ol the party which
opposes the elevation of the colored imputa
tion of the South to the rank of citiiens.
First in that party are all the rcU-N who
were lately in arms i gainst the L'nittd States,
and who with the utmost bravery and often
with brilliant success in the field, fought to
efllct the destruction of the Union. From
Gen. Lee down to the humblest soldierof the
extinct Ccnfedcracy, every man who sought
to put an end to the American Republic is
opposed to the project of converting Ircedmen
into freemen, exactly as he wns opposed to
the conversion of slaves into frecdmcn. Next
come the great mass of southrons wfio were
attached to the rebel eause, but who did not
act as soldiers, though in various wajs they
supiiortcd the rebellion. These men nnd wo
men arc all averse to the elevation of their
late slaves to the position of men, and ate
horrified at the mere thought of a cilorcd
man Ix-in- allowed to vote. These southrons
are nominally submissive, but they Iixie us
now as bitterly as they bated us two voir
ago, in the days of Gettysburg and iikn-
hurg. Then we have the more moderate
portion of the southern people, who profess
to be original Unionists and very original
Unionists most of them are. They are not
full of dislike to the North, hut they arc
hardly lesb hostile to negro suffrage than are
the rankest rebels in South Carolina. Hav
ing long helped to oppress the Colored race,
thty cannot think it safe to entrust the bal
lot to Jack bands; and even if they thought
it safe, their prejudices are so strong on the
pulijt.ee of color and race tbnt they arc as
averse to tec elevation ol those who lately
wcie slaves to manhood, as aro the deepect-
dyed sesxssionists. Coming to the Xortli, wc
find that all those who lone have been noted
for their subserviency to the slave-holding
oligarchy are in the first rank of tho oppoei
Hon to an act which the country is bound to
perform by every consideration that should
move a people who value tbeir honor, and
who havo an intelligent regard for their in
terest. At the head of tho opposition stand
all those savage and bigoted democrats who
havo been prompt to admit that their sympa
thies were with the South during the war.
Xext to them stand the greater portion of
the democrats, who nave not wished to see
the Union overthown, but who have allalong
cherished the hope and entertained the ex
pectation that some peace might be patched
up which should restore the old state of
things with slavery as strong as it wa6 be
fore the war; and who did not cease thus
to hope and expect until General Grant was
master of Richmond and General Lee had
surrendered. Behind them stand all those
cowardly creatures who hate every ndranco
of liberal principles, and who scent political
destruction in every liberal measure ; and,
finally, all those who are averse to chanre of
any kind, and who are prejudiced against
that race whom they and men like them havo
so long wronged, mak up the host that seeks
to bar the way to human progress. When
audi are the men who stand in array in sup
port of tho position that colored people
should be kept as degraded as possible, is it
not absurd to tell us that the frecdmen, if
thoroughly treed, would becomo the mere
scrfo of their old owners, would swell the
fortes of their ancient oppressors, and would
rote according to tho dictation of those op
pressors? Were there any four dation for
this strange assertion, should we not sec the
whole South, and tnc entire democracy of th
Xurth. united in support of that just and
imperatively demanded project which now
they unite to oppose ? It is because tho dis
possessed oligarchy and' their whiteslaves of
tbo North are firmly convinced that tho col
ored people would be the most loyal of Union
ists, that they combine to opposo their ad
mission 10 me ngnis 0i ciuzensnip, and
would bare them live a race of degraded
Pariahs in the midst of civilization, and
thus living, become our worst enemies, who
might be tempted to rise in insurrection,
when, by way ol punishing them, aod mak
ing their government easy, it would bo pro
posed to convert them once more into slaves.
Wc are entirely convinced that such is the
purpose of the vanquished party ; and they
will be able to eflect their purpose just bo
A man in trying to escape from the Rail
road wreck near Dummerston Tuesday morn
ing, came near cutting his throat. He had
thrust his head out of the window of a car.
which kept up a sawing motion caused by
the water, and the broken glass nearly sev
ered the jugular vein.
Henry Sloat of Vcrgcnnes, who was fined
20 recently there, lor selling liquor, was
also sentenced to thrcc'montbs in the county
jail, it being the third offence. On Monday
last he went alone to Middlebury, to the
jail, where he demanded admittance accord
ing to sentence. He was admitted of course.
Abner N'ilcs of the Sth Vt. was killed on
Sunday last on the top of a car, as the train
which conveyed the bib regiment wns pass
ing over the Hammond Bridge in Pittelurd.
He was struck by the bridge on the hack of
bis head, and thrown from the car into the
water. His lifeless body was not found till
the following morning. He belonged
Bakcrtficld and had sened through the war
for four years.
Considerable gold is found in Stockhrid;
and Bethel, in the Locust Creek and White
River Valleys, the men at work averagin,
about four dollars per day. About four
hundred dollars had been washed out up to
toe middle ol last weelc.
II. Harrington of South Hero last week
sheared thirteen yearling ewes, flrom linn
C. F. Robinson's full blood buck,) which
irlded 102 lbs. and 5 ounces of wool. The
ewes were well tagged and washed; the
tags not included in weight of fleeces.
In a fight in Hartford, the other day, John
Houghton was stabbed by Henry i . Moodv
and received a dangerous cut in the late
from a corn cutter in the hands of Moody
lithcr. The Moodys are held for trial.
Judge Bisciiam's Review or tiie Couxsn
act Case. Judge Bingbam. in his arc me
in the case of the assassins of 1'iesidcot Lincoln,
contended that when the fan uf coosnirjev i
proved, whatever is dnnr by any one of the par
lies, equauy nnrc:s an, and quoted numerous
authorities to support this position. The fieri
of conspiracy he considered fully established
The Judge Advocate then proceeded to shott
that thre was positive prool on the record lo
show tint the rebel chief, Jitf Dan;, stnetioued
these crimes committed, and attempted, through
.!.-:.... t T . 1 . t
tnc luBti uujcuiaju ui ijia accrruueu arms in
Utnada, ihtmpson. Clay, Tucker, Sandeis
tleary, se , upon the bouses and property of
me people ol tne xorm, and tint Dins, the
procurer of arson, and of the indiscriminate
muider of the innocent and unofffuding, neces
sarily rrsuuaui inereirom, wasruipiMe also ot
endesvoring to procure the murder, by direct
uss-isbnitiou. ef the President of the United
S'ates, and otheischirged with tbcdutj of roa n-
laintng trie gutfrnnieut ofthe Lulled fames and
of suppressing the rvbtllion. in which this arch
traitor mid Conspirator was tntn-td.
The official papers of Dsvts, cipturol under
me tuns cr our victorious armv in the ret e. car-
ital, identified beyond question and a shadow of
aouDt, and placed upon your record, together
witn ine I. tnratlous and acts of his conspir
tors and agents, proclaim to all the world that
he was culpable cf attempting to accomplish his
treasonable procuration of the murder of the
late President and otl.er chief officers of the
United States by the hands of hired assassins,
lie said that the court must be satisfied that the
several parties named in the record did combine
and conspire together in Canada to kill and
murder Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Johnson,
Win. H. Seward and UIjesvs S. Grant, and that
thin agreement was substantially entered into by
Booth and the agents of Davis in Canada as ear
ly as October, there could not be any doubt.
Whatever may be the conviction of others, my
conviction is that Jefferson Davis is as clearly
proven guilty of this conspiracy as is John
Wilkes Booth, by whose hand Jefferson Dili' in
flicted the mortal wound upon Abraham Lincoln.
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Puttie Sptakert anA Singtrt are tialle, ani all olker
Comptamtt ttniing to
Mr. Nasnr os Democratic Prosi-eci!.
"Petroleum V. Xasby," says in his last let
ter "these is the dark day of tho Diuiocra
sy." Wo hcv no way uv keeping our
voters together. Opposin the war won't do
good, fc'r before the next clccksliun the belt
oi our voters will her diskivcred that the
war is over. The feer ol draft may do sut
hin in sum parts uv Pennsylvany and Suth
rcn lllinoy, for some time yet; but that
can't be dependid on.
But wc hcv wun resource fcr a Ishoo ther
will aluz bo a Dimocnsy, so long ez thcr's a
Nigccr. They is a unconpromisin dislike to
the .Nigger in the mind uv a ginoomc Di-
Mr. Nasby then lays down a few plain
rules for the guidance of the faithful in this
matter, ono of which is as follows :
"Alluz assert that the nigger will never
be able to talk care uv himself, but will
alluz bo a public burden. Ho mav, pos-i-hly,
gie us the lie by goin to work. In
sich a emergency the dooty ur every Dime-
crat is piano, lie must not bo allowed to
work. Aesociashens must be orgenized,
pledged to neither give him employment, to
wurk with him, to work fer enny one who
will give him work, or pitronizc enny one
who doz. (I wood 6oj!t that sich uv us cs
hcz bin Toretoonit enutf 2 get credit, pnvn
trifle on account. so cz to make our natninim
worth suthin.) This course rigidly and per
sistcntentlv follerd, wood drive the best of
em to steclin, and tho balance to the poor
bouses, provin wot wa hav alluz claimd, that
ther air a idle and vishus raco.
Ef ther aint no niggers, Sentrel Committis
must fnrnish em. A ball dozen will do fcr
a ordinarv country, ef they hustled ahmg
with energy. Ef they won't steel, the iien
trel Committis must do it theirsclvcs. Sbuw
yer niggers in a township in the mornin,
and the same nite rob tho close lines and hen
roosts. Even willin 2 sacrifice myself ler
tho cause, I volunteer to do this latter duty
in six populus countts.'
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ot. Johns at 0A.M . Oudensl.urgli at U) A. M.. for
Boston, ac, onnectins; at Buriln'toi with Rut
Ian 1 Road fr Troy and New York, a.rirlng In
Button via Lowell at 10 'l I. M
Msht Express leares Oidensburth at 11.30 A.M.,
Montreil 3 M P.M.,Rouse's Point 5.43 P.M., St. Johns
at 4M P. M., arriving at Boston at Mo A. M., con
necting at Bellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad for
Boston and Worcester and witb Vermont Valley
Railroad for biiringfield, Ac,, and arriving In New
York at 12.30 P. M.
TRAINS 601.10 .10RTD AND WEST.
leave Barlln-ton at 1.00 A.M., 9.10 A. M., 4.
P. M., anuSJSP.M.
Day Lxpress leares Boston via Lowell at S 01 A.
M.tor Burllnston.bt. Albans, Montreal. Ogdens
kurgh and et, arrltlng a Montreal at 9 (X) P. M.
Oirdtnonurch at li VIA. M.
Mall Train leaves Boston via Lowell at T.( A.M.
vU Lawrence at 7.3.1 A. M., lor Burlington, Rouse's
Leares Boston ui Fltclilmrglat 7.30 A.M. .Spring
field at Mo t. M.,connectingat White River Junc
tion with Da Exprer for Burlington, Montreal,
Udnsi!urh and the Wet
Aceuauaodatlo? Train leaves JforthSeld at 7 19
A.M.. BurlingU at In A. M. for M. Albans.
Msht Express leaves Bellows Falls at 10.00 P. M.
reletting passengers from Vermont Valley R. R.
earing Sew Yor. at liis P. JL, and from Cheshire
It. R. leaving H.tn at S 3 P. JI . connecting at I
White River Junction with train leaving Boston at
o.j'r. ii., i. r imrungton. House's Point. Jlontreal
and Ugdentburs;, with lirand Trunk trains for the
bleeping cars are attached to both tbe Night z
P"e?s trains running between bt Albans and
Mioo, and bt. Alhan and bprlngfield.
tickets to lletroit, Chicago and all points West
-U ! n. N DRLKY. Agent. :o 2 American lio-
. i. nuiilDlon 1 1 Baggage cbecled through.
G. MERRILL, wt.
it. Albans. May 1.1 sts.
CONS UMP Tl ON.
Ths proofs of Its cadency are so numerous, so
arell au'hsnttcated.and of inch peculiar ehaiacter.
that sufferers cannot reasonably hesitate to receive
the prcSered aid.
Tbe class nf diseases for which the 8yrnp pro
vides a cars Is precisely that which has ta often
baffled the highest order of medical skill. The
facts are tangible, tbe witnesses ace ssible, and tbe
safety and efficacy of the Myrup Incontrovertible.
Ret. J. C. I.icaLLS.cf Melrose, Mass., says
11 La'tfllaVe Strap Aia c-mpjtltly carea me of Bron.
cat Uotix jrrors ttaniimy
From Rav B. F. how lis. Jlanchester, H.
Sir : The bottle of "Or. Larookah's Pulmonic
Syrup," OU so kindly sent me, has been tried for
hoarseness, the result ot a srivre cold, with eery
aood effect; for this I would eonSdently recommend
Ret, O. C. Umnom, of Jay, Yjkx Co- N. Y
Says "tftelitmydttftoMay treolaA'a Syrup it
Ike best mrdieint lee rxtr uitd in ouramity.
Letter from a well known Boston Drnggtstof Twen
ty Years' experience, and btaward of Uanover
street M. E. Church.
Boston, March 9, 1565.
Dr. E. R. Kmghtsi Having used"LAROOK AITS
PULMONIC SYRUP" myself, and in my family, lor
the pait six years, I am prepared to say that It Is
superior to any medicine I have ever known, for
tbe positive cure of Coughs, Colds, 3-re Throat and
all similar complaints. Al I take cold very easily,
I have bad great opportunity to test the tufws oi
this valuable remedy, and It hasiitieraiVcdmeyet.
however violent the disease. Having been In tbe
Drug business for over 20 years, I have had good
opportunities ofknowlnf the virtues cf the various
medicines sold, and pronounce "LAROOKAH'S
SYRUP" l il of any article srer present.d to
Yours. W. R- BOWEN, 86 nanoverlSt.
Price 50 Centi, and SI.0O per IJottle.
DR. E. KNIOIITS, Proprietor, Melrose, JIass.
For sale In Burlington by A. C. Spear and J. W.
Robv, and by druggists and dealers generally.
April 17. 3m.
Wrltln- Deiks. Oriera QIaams. Teleseoses. 17 V.
I tromt ters and Ba-ometers and an extensive variety
' of other gouls. We take pleasure in Informing our
etstotners tnat we can again oner tnem ui genuine
English Sheffield, Rogers t Sons
RL'TL.t.MJ AND lil'lll.l GTO.V R. R
Commencing Jane 19, iSeVi, trains will run as fol
9.01 A. JI , JI MLTR IN fer Pesten, Lowell, Wor
cester. Mtch'.argh. Hrattlelnro,SpringaeM,llart-
iwiu. .-rw iiaveo, n' , Ainan ami -w 1 ork :
arrive in Trm at I.2S P. Jl.,Ntw York 10.25 r. .;
Tkrwtfk toBotttn xilkout ekitoeof Cart.
1200 M.ACCOMMOIIXTION TRAIN for Rutland.
.f r ., EXPRKSS Ti:AIN for Trov. Ail-any New
'... i . l i r . . - ,
i.i.mn iht no,, aiiiic at 1 JUS p.u p. M.
New York 6 a. w.. by Huson Hirer Railroad
sleeping cars or uuutoa tuvtr steamers.
Tkrtuokta Troy tritewr dtai;c of Cart.
9 4 r. K , MUIIT EXPRe5S.w tb SleeDla-Car.fnr
New York and I lot too.. Arrive in Troy at S 00 a.
m , ,,ew i ora iu.au A. M notion A. H.
Tkrouyk to Trey and Bolton initial ekanye of Co-t.
Frevi tke Seal aid Eatt Trains arrito at Burlityjt,-
.20 r. MAIL TRAIN from Boston. Liwell. Wor
ceste .Springfield, Hartford, New Haven.
Leaves BMton7 i v
1.13 A. X , Mill! f EXPRESS TRAIN.wlth Sleenlnr
Urs, from New Y rk a ad Boston. Leaves New
1 ork at 5 r. v , Boston S.30 r. m.
a. sr. ACCOJI.MODATION TRAIN from Rutland.
Mr. ... EXPRESS TRAIN from Rutland, New
TICKETS fold far Sunt
ork. Schenectady and a'l principal points o'n the
ew ork Central and WV,tern RaflrA.il.. .ml In.
formation sle by
J. W. CARPENTER.
No. I A ni.rU. n llnt.1 nfrwV
Barrage checked throo-h.
ETFare alwajs as low as by anv other line.
liEO A. JIERRILL, fcup'L
'rjCSDANDS AND HOMES," by Jlarlon Har
Uiatriee," hy John Kavanaugh,
"My JIarried Life at Hill Side."
"bt. Philllus "
"Pars.in and People," by Rev. K. Rpooaer.
"The Young Lieutenant," by Oilier Optic.
"Tne Soldier Boy."
"Longfellow's Household Toetry.
"A Book of Golden Deeds."
"The Higher Rock."
"Life In Heaven."
"Heaven our Home "
"Altar Incense," Jladuff.
"The Chanted Cross."
Tbe Waiting Saviour,"
For rale by
E. A. FULLER.
DR. LA ROOK A II.
S V USA PA It 1 1, L A
roa Tax ctie or
Liver Complaint, Dyprptit, Scrofula. Dropty, .Yr.
rafia. Epttffty, ErytiptUt, Boilt, Tamers. Salt
hktvm.UUtri anisorit, Rktumatim, Pain
talk. MamarA, U and Butts, Dtti'ity,
and alleompatntt arvttny fren im
purititt of Ike
It Is a SURE cure for LIVKRCOMPHINTS,
DYSPEPSIA or INDIOESTION will find a ready
care in this Compound.
SCROFULA. This loathsome disease, which
aO els and sweeps so many from our raidit, CAN be
cured by LAROOKAH'S SARSAPARILLA Cl'M-
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD, there Is nethlng
now before tho public which can eoeal LA-ROOKAI1-SSARSAPARILLA
COMPOUND. It Is
a great promoter of heallh.wbta used In tbe spring,
to remove ALL humors that Infest the sjstem as
that seuon of the year.
Letteriroa r. B. F. Abbott, for rainy years an I
Eminent Practitioner In the lily of Boston.
November 21st. leot
Dr. K. R. K.naaTS : I hare been In the habit of
prescribing Larookah's Sarsaparilla Compound for
twojears wlu tbe most satisfactory retails. It
will be found a remedy well adapted to care Sero
ula and clplent Consumption. It purifies tbe
Blood, diverts humors from the lungs, and at the
same time acts as a sure and permanent Tonic.
It will give good satisfaction whener
alive and Purifying Jfedlelne Is required.
BENJ. F. ABBOTT. M. D.
Dr. Larooeab's Sarsaparilla Conroc.vD Las
been so great a blssslne In our family that we clis
It with Lareakak't Syrup, the ottt article in nse for
what It purport! to do. Tbe SYRUP, in theopinlon
of my friends, saved ray life. And Jtrs. Selee has
been aa greatly benefited by the aia of the Sartapar.
REV. N. P. 6ELEE.
Melrose, JIus.. Deo. 1st, IWI.
Trice, I.OO per Hottle.
rrepared by 8. SEVERY,
DR. E. It. KNIGHTS. Proprietor,
April 17 3m Jlelrose, Mass.
V A R M V E A T II E II
- fAv . -saaaaiaVal
Lace, Bcrage, and Raw Silk
It ol Jl JO S
soon ns the democratic party shall succeed in
regaining possess ion of the federal jpjTern
up to the lull side, which he had already
meut ; and notliiDgco'uldbe better calculat
ed to prumotc a acmocrallc restoration than
the proscription of the colored population or
the South, and tho restoration of the rebels
to supreme power in those States which they
tcre out of the Union. And whom are Wj
required to prescribe ? Tbe only true men
of tbe Southern country, who furnished us
with far more than an hundred thousand sol
diers and sailors, and who aided our cms;
incioryway that they could aid it. And
whom are wo rtquired to restore ? Tbo on
iy men who bavo deliberately sought the na
tion', destruction, who have caused half a
million-persons to die Ta the Bower of their
livK, and who' have placed such burdens up
on the. country thatit must go on "from age
to ace in cveThutine debt." We are re-
quirjd.not only to love our rncmiii. bat to
bate our friends, and to injure them in every
way: We know not-what is to be tbe end
of all this,, but it must bo ruin if we are to
judge.of tbc.future by tbe .past. We owe
ait our misiOTtuucBj-aii our BuncriUKjB, MJhas
Provfbbs tor Tnc Prorix. "Ok the
means and God tcill aire thebltttinn." llnti
to secure the Divine blessing, are of two k nds.
OtserTe the laws applicable to health, which are '
exercise, temperance and wholesome food, atd
health' will n secured ; violate them, derange- '
ment of the Liver and Digestive Organs surely I
follow. Nothing will sooner rectify and afford '
strength to the whole system, than Remain's
Crimean Bitters, & powerful fonio and alterative '
combined. It has been highly approved by the
Surgeon General and Assistant tJaieons V. S. i
Army, anu srnjeicana wnercver introduced. We ' and house trimmln
BLACK UERACE i. ORF.XADINE DO.
BLACK BERAGE, 8M WIDE
WHITE BERAfiE,7 1-4 wide.
Heavy ell antic Silks.
With nnd without Luster.
" B ' E
June 20. lett
WHEELER Ai RIPLEV
HAVE Just received a new and extensive assort
ment or all kinds orsbelf and heavy HaRD
w I comorising all varieties of carpenters tools
refer our readers to the nnmemn. Mlnn.t.i a in. i TiiV. t."" B"an?i
in circular around bottle, and also directions for ! "ooltwine, cultivators, churm, a new'and elegant
use. 8eeadtertemenL Se'nbjSi'Ao o11 l,ut 61,0 " assortment of gar-
. ! ; WHEELER A RIPLEY are also agents for the
Pocxrr Albcxs. A new lot ot Pocket Al- Wo1" Vermont "Buckeye Jlowing Machine
bnms. boldlng sixteen pietares, at the Verm nt Bar"BS,on' Jnae 19-oawtf.
uaiiery oi An, lor sue at nny cents each. A
AT LAST HOME FROM MARKET
We are now receiving our 8PRINO STOCK of
Ready made Cloth in?,
Which having been bought In a declining
market, we can offer great inducements to purcha
ers. Our assortment In theanore lite of Goods is
,TIcn' and Hoys' Clothing
Of the most anproved sttle, and best manufac-
ta.'.v0ar CUSTOM DEPAkTMIJiT is stocked
the market aSbrdi. which with a corps ef competent
woiunen.we will male to order at aaerl iwrice In
the f.JTEr STrLE. We have a fine assortment
CEXTLEME.VS FCRMSHIXG GOODS
A full line of
KID at SU.H.UER GLOVES
Which we can sell very low. Call at the old nlae.
No. 2 and 3 Bank Block, Burlington. Vt.
. , COLVEIt A TCRK.
ipi aia- iTv ,
.NEW DRESS COOD
ODendthli ranrnfntr. rha w- ..ji...
aU choice, and verr desirable.
At Prices to meet the Times.
Ladles W?I1 sea mint finwl. V . .
tint VtyieVaaur, " q""15' "d,e-
Very Low Prices at teWeA fjley are Offered
An examination of the above Is solicited
I April S7, 16.
nne-.tiorooo AiDum, noiaing two Hundred fi;
tures, fonron a page for eight dollars. Albums
holding one hundred pictures, four and five dol
FIR SALE A Splendid Show Case, which will be
sold at tbe cost of the Ulass. Apply to
8. R. nVflXr-v
No. S, Central Block. Church Bt
commenced ascending. Here, some very
sharp Ugtitin; tout: place, ine enemy bad
got pot4eIjn oTthe Uncc a't 'lhe foot of .the
bill, and of tba daibine on the h'dl sfde.
icnseti JjTielIiriz trees to clear'the ian?e for action of tbeelaTeocraoTaod the democracy; i
,o"iwi.-J The fjRhtinp witsj now at quarter Tand jf wo shsj The three battalions ol Canadian militia
- ... . i j . , i . i ..... r.r . i a . t-.-i.
jJLawA raila,Vj suu iuc icuw auu taucu uveas l vua-,iaiaiuiraiaucw aun uui Buucituja, 1. aa uui.
. . ' i i . . r . I - " t . . r 1 1 ' i - j 1 1 i i
reacunaoie w inier, wiu oo tnnioiea in czkbs.
and intensity, and the iiafliltion will be wdl
are it eneasy actuiaeraiiie proteciion. i ,
iiaefvakirt, ordsred my men forward, and
thty saTaiag through and orer tb "'pg
Bnrllniton. Vt,, March 32. IHU.
Thty celebrated the Fourth in Ogdem
burgh in jrreat style. But a single Occident
occurred. A member of the 1st Vt. Cavalry
,wiirprobably lose an arm by tho prematura
discharge of a cannon.
"l AS and PORCELAIN SHASK. a
VT SIIEDD. WALKERS WIRES'
No. 3 Colon Block.
HISTORICAL VIKW of the American Revolution
by Geo. Washington Ureene.
What to do with the Cold Mutton.
Second aeries cf Oiato Thought of a Country
41 vol. Youthl Rebellion Roanoak to Mur-
rrees boro by Thayer.
Cbri'tlan'a Mistakeby the Author of John
Life of President Lineoln-by Thayer. Alao
PortralUofPrea.UneoIn. 'r' Ata0
who" bve" been "doing garrison duty on the
frontier since tne tune or tbe bt Albans raid,
bare been discharged from further serrico
asd aest hots. i
10n?ATCl,,or "fjous styles, and Silver
1 UU Corps Badge at tbe old Stand. Church bt.
J. E. BRISSJIAIO.
1llftnacnP,tr,(000lU'l,, to ""Ink of.)
liyU also j fine line or Hprlng Ovoreoats and
new Bo. and Youth'. Suit Jist rioelveJand
sale as Iowasthe lowut at .,. 2 and 3Baak Biiiok.
ata 6 dawtr COLVaCR at rn
T I TI TI
D'lBat " tt pI to bJr ol"le Te
rw in R.LPIERSON,
ltc- 149 Church hi.
Pen and Pocket Knives,
Ruers and Scissors. Also English Sheffield plated
Casters, with silver rjjgoiar.a Handles
ttocK ofbeanllfal Silver an t
that we have ever opened.
The fins it
Mlver Plated Hare
Old Stand Church St.
e n V C ol T I O .V
0 a c
K . j
- r Urn,
M CO f?
1 1 is
W B c S
KEWAJfD CHOICE SHEET MCSIC.
I'lIEOOLD RTNO-Scoteh Ballad, ia
I hear the Wee Bird Uinglnr, 30
Both of tho aboTn innnin K. 17 r.'.i. a
bj. TkS'' Rt sunt t the concerts of the Mendel
eohn Quintette Club and great favorite.
nnvrsui vv new mbsuld. f. rr nm w
Move my arm-chair, dearest mother. rravira,3i)
oft I aj l j Lr i si ravr . rrmsamurr ni w fi b, pn or wm SK,
Song. Set to masla brLeXaKrsr.au
Radleuse. Grand Valss da Coaerrt 1 v..
par Stctn Octntt, I JO
Orfa." Oracd Polka pemr la riano, par Stvn Oc-
O Wblarjar what thnn faaiMt. ir.n.l. a b.i..
par E. Uoffman, TS
e rartriage roll unaracteriFqne.byirepeirssa
OLTO DITO0N MerlXuS. V'
TLATED and Britannia Castors at
tuiAVUti, WAXlKERIS k WIRES'
BOYS IAND TOCTHM RUBBKR BOOM Just re
eeired at PROtITV'2
t OHI01U at
P. B. MDROAY.
Draper and T.illnt-
. OvpotiU Men's Block.
Tu star or Clotbui, Cassiiixrx, VxsTtiet, Ac;
Bade np la thefartt and moat faikionable style, ol
auott cotlot and moat (valuable unna.
J. BAl'ESt & CO.. Ageyts.
650 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
99 Clark Stand Crosby's Opera House.
Washington St, Chicago, Illinois
Read thr followicg commendatory letters
from languished Axtitj.
yo-ir Sti-rs- u in himI ! thiu tqna'.if n tM-p
r . r r hi m t . X mt ll.r ier al quaUtl t
wih itllln.ui-l fhri-i . rv nnrH of .-. iH r3f
ft-l frP-r?.ajchi.i..l i.aiMW.if !. Ut-hfc;jjfoU
ail iLc vucik4 hk-fi ;h bichly iWw. I ir
lWf iry Imlj, S Til lULIM.
Ym. Knt K fe. f7oVavw.-
haul birly an otn-wnnaltT ts try rr . trt roar
n?w ml liranJai rll at :4iaU't; I'Ww, I ctaiet
rrfro.n, lrJr- rrit4r-loK at -ovlnec gdaatAfjt
farmer pcrud. fro-a co it;.,u.jiB a on tit inv
Ivrtaiit lropcorrm-i.i jm latraitoonl Is the
rnabufjftGrr f rjx. YoHrIa'rararuticombin?ftJ
tbe qatHtk-! wbkh rr Plwl to mal e Pfctno m port
fret poWN at.J fnl'r tf. tt tWe frrmt iofiIa,rlfl
tbry t7c plivt j.llcvr Uw cooairy.
Vour tml. L. U. C0TTCn UK.
Wu. Knatiti Co. UrtMemrn:
I onrte Wt cncrfttuiUiV- upoa !br ii .
rrrn r4 hcptM- trt.ij wh i y -a e: . . . .
on yoar llano. h m mf bfteJMi. r -iiH.rtt tit
vrry Wilu ibc uiur . II. STI: VkyCii.
0r Opm Tmif m prtmetA lar tmr of jvrzr
lMr Cricbr9X4 Pu. w..l m tbr -poo-nt A th
;.-wi mo'l opicivD f i)m- t irwwas rist. peanut Vkv to
uf : 1 cBVaWr thm x mtUfiTt'mfi m kttMy mi
iZuXtnn, MUl rft-aiaiti --u.. wx: ai.. nvoi id ihi rut
try or 1a Europ Tt. :r-i ri-i-r q altj vt rooc. tz:
UiUnt gtat iT) 3SI tiw. ttuA itwr , with rich
ftaii i . ullirlj' ct-r iMi -vn tMv, tocHhrr with
imi k ifcwtiwttj rf tt-u. ti Hml -K'iofi. rr-ir tlti-m mii -
rtor tothr ttivi miwnnii ni-. wMA nrrlv. lrr. r. ccra
Utx ihni r mOo prnt.al rfuk.tr. IrofOBBdl hu
prrrtvnl with tlx M mv TIttk-, of th
llvu X mt chrvrfuily mior- tlr hlh tari-n-tioAit
rawMhsw everywhere msnoMv4 fua ther.
JitwtrtW thrttr mf the Umtmn Ofn.
.r York rrx. U,
Xm, Knibr & Co. '.Vwf.;
Vowr Agent, Mr. Ronrr. mdkHt me to ttixn my
optxlxi as to the writs, of yowr Iiano--Ora4 Wl
qa&re. My ownloa Uk tqmmrr" U thi ther e
ctl grunt. Voar trnlj, UUBt:i:T IIELUU.
Wm. Knabr i, Co. GmsUtum:
I hire rarrfoWy xalel ywrr en iJf (ajil W
fjoarr Piano Fort, lb1 I bum m; that (hey pkM
me nufdimzlif, bvth wUh rTix1 u tuoch mm! tone, ami
I can waftdenUy n-eowrr,4 tt.ro b-faiir eqntrj to
any In tMj enatry or Boro. awt have prrmHaoon
ta aaLe use of lay poie If tCeri-e to jroi.
Yoarr. rr,tf.Ul, GEO. W. .IflllfilV.
Oca"' f &rmr CkttrrJL
frw Ymk, Zht. llfA, IS.
TTn. Knabc i Co. fSrntltrn:
It ftfforai frrvot pteaere to tttf j to the rreat ex
r'ltcBceof yow llano Forir. A rvfarda Mbtwud
owelty of lon, klu u r of irntch, durablfity aa4 flalab,
1 Mteve thry will c h-i b.vrably with thoaeofoor
mot frirbratrJ makrr . i-5bpr yoa a osniianr of
tbr Mirers whlrh yon to rramrnilv ira.r. I am
T-ry truly. yor, f W. K. B 11-01,0.
Every Fiaao folly Guaranteed foriivs Years.
We are alM A strati Sar
Ami we Mao:acttvrt anrl Irporten if
Musical Instruments & Musical Mer
chandise in general.
! Dv author! y uflLe Eecrelary tt the Trea-ori ,t..
. undersigned, tLe General fubicrlptl'.ii Atent !;r
the Hale of United btatea Seeniitlea, Ut. th.
, paella the third rerlrs si Treasury SU, learn t
i seven and tliree-tentbr per eeut. Intere.t er anna n
known a the
i 7-30 L O A N.
j Theje nt are lnuM under date if Jul .
an.1 are payable, three years from that del- n
j carreccy, or are convertible at the option t the
J hohler Into
j U. S. 5-SO Six per cent.
I : ) i. n - it k . it i . r. it o n i) .
These Bomtf ilebow worth a hantis m premi'irr
anal are eienpLa- all the U(.verniaer.t Bvcis f"m
one to tkire pir tont. por annum to tkrtr ia. a.-L-
tnc; lo the rate levied apon Uitr prperti T' e
interwt is MitaIeesai-aBDually b ea)naat
tacted tvrarb note, ahich may te iut -.n" auii s .!
toaujr bank and bsusaer.
i tic microt at 7-30 pcrt-eiit. amount
Our rent per tiny mi a .) note
!Ms i4 6t
BAUER & CO.,
No. 650 Broadway, New York,
99 Clark St and Crosby's Opera House,
7ashin?toa St.. Chicago, Illinois.
f;y-FM tot a ci::ri L.R.
KK X X K l V's
SALT UIIi:U,ll OI.T.U EiVT
rpiIK only Ointment lar the cure uf all eruption
JL ana cutaseoas affections. Itisaholiy a
IT will ccitx
Erysipelas. S-aM rieint.
Piles, reln. Dicers. Sore Eye,
Chilblains, fbin.-lr', Dolls, Catt, Woumir.
Blisters, RlDwerms. Pimple.
Burns, Chapped llands.
Snlt Rheum (Hnlniciit
Contains no mercury er other mineral xit i3n.
ill tke 'rrrah-at1 in .taned . i
preiaptiy feralabed apon receipt nf aurseripti.
Th .N..ta ol this ThirO trle aea preifei tu.i.
lar in form aaai priviirpa t tb. avrn-Th,ri a
alty mht. eaeept that the t...t.rmnnt reaert or
to itself Um uplioa aa pa. ini lnu-rr-t in g M r,,:n
per cent , laslaiiil of; j-lobaineurrem ) 'u'
sertWis will cMaet tb tnteret iaeurrtac u; ;
Jaly MM, at Uw ttsae wbaisi tii- aulvrrioe
Tbe3!!! er .f iboaastcauf tbia tbtrU .iti. t
tbe EffTen-thiitlaa t, ili tmtnDoa u th. Mt nt Jue.
ant will be mas), pruaptly and e.ntiauoul) after
The lljht chaos,, sen sis In tnaieu .utiuq. o :., i
THIRD b HIK afiVcta or.i- tbe matter ol u.t.;
Te asyment la .oM.U'BUBd, wilt be nulval.- - t
tb. earrene iBtora.tcrbebigtier rate.
'flee revara to specie paj nn-ata, in the n r
which only will tbo optiua to pay inte.-ept id i,
be availed , wnald . reduce aad equalise . '
that pvreaaee. matle with aia per cent, in .
irualti be 'nil) equal to Uhms uatlo :ib etrr .
three. tenth per cent, menmne-. Tbii i-
The Only Eoan in .Market
N'"T otred by tbo Government, and in ,-uij.t -aatvaatasas
make it tbo
GREJT POPULAR LOJX OP THE PEOPI I
Lest than ,nnu,i of the lacan author' t
the but CuaxreM aro now a tbe nsar.et "
amoant, at tbe rate, at nhieh it It beioe '!..
will all Do baertbei for within iat . , .
when the note wll uadoobtedly nominal. ' i
premium, as has uniformly been the eaae mi 1 '
tbe euhscnptions to uthor Loam.
In orier that citliene of every town and ?ec:
of tbecuuntry mav be atfurded facilities fur ta -
tho loan, the National Banks, State Banks, v
Private Bankers thrr.ushcut tbe ooantry bn e
erally agreed tn re e'TosabscvtptioDs at par. .
scribara will select tlieir aent-. in wh' iu ;
fiave eoBlideaee, and who only are to be resign'
or thed.livery of tbo notes for which tre re't .r
No. IU See lb Ihird bt . Pbiladelpb u
Sab?criptioa will be received by "be
1st NaUaaal Haak of Bwllacton.
Marekaal- " "
Casamoretat " "
Stav 90 daw3m
The First iation:t! Rank
mas beam iteelgaatsal as a aleaawitiry of tbe
y k a
olly and purely
E T A II I. II ,
One trial is scHtcient to convince the most skeat
leal that its elSca'y in allajin: InllanHsatlen and
The Great Family Ointment
KcnnpilvN Salt Rheum Ointment.
I sbcnld b In every household. No other Ointment
can ewnpete with it as a ready and speedy means
For RUR.VS and SCJiDS It Is the most rerfeet
cure ever anown. as an avmelltrnr
Salt Rheum Ointment
The Rouchest Skin is made smooth .
Chartied hands are Instantlv healed.
Cracked and Dried Linsare healed and softened
To keeD the hands and face eocifnrtAhle dnrln
the cold weather, pnt a little of the Ointment on
wnen going to di.
Put up in two sized bottle. The smaller 2Sc.nl.
I tne larger 3(cent, per bottle.
ooia minis town uj a. u.sriaa. J.IV.KoBT.t Oo
LIKE. FIRE A: MAR1XE IXStJR.lXCK
.Etna Insnrance Company,
Of HARTFORD, Conn, Cash Assets.. ..;3,S7tM
Home Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK Cash Assets t-1.(W.C3
Phitnix Insurance Company,
ur lIArtrmitD.Conn. Cash Asset JJ06..3S
Connecticut Fire Insurance Company.
Uf ilAKTrUKl,conn. Cash Alset
A'orfA Western Insura-tr Company,
Of 0SWEG0.N. Y.-Cash Asset tiXJX
Western Massachusetts Insurance Co.
OF PITTSFIELD, JIass Cash Assets tlStK
International Fire Insurance Comranu.
ur .mn 1 uiviv vasn Assets JI.12&JXH
flortk American Fire Insurance Co..
ji ..ui. sunn.. iasa Atfets tSIB.VO
LoriUard Fire Insurance Company,
"F NEW YORK. Cash Assets J73I.I5T
aVtuj York Life Insurance Company.
auxwn. caea At eta $2.3.SC0
Charter Oak Lift Insurance Company,
tuiw, 1,0 na. -i-asn Assets.. ..tl.0n in
Travellers Insurance Company.
OF HARTFORD, Conn -Cash As;ets STO.tM
.T1.Tn,,od Io"ranee taken in the above
amd first claa enmn.nl.. A ,k . -.
OOiilnone risk: ' ''
aeitr'il'i8 t,helr "ntenf and farm pro-
if,..?, -n f ""urea i. rone rr a term
fiJIi'e 11 w.'n:itte 'wared to receive l.ev j ear
lyihreefVnrt'isthe proSts. at rates low as t
maleitanobleettoall bavtcs inch proneity to
Insure to try these Companies. P"PV
arremlnm niiae i a . . .
Ineun rn5 liabilitv aV..n.n7. . ,S. ""Hk1
tv8foJCnti1"eCompanlt'rurnl'h Pr,t Inieinal-
unfclassdwellinshouset and contents polWe
forfive vaara will -. t. . lnn. I
... Uft. ft,, . u till UU, 11 v.ftl. V
for tba whole term, and the Insn e-t allowed re-
turn or three. fourths tbe pr-ats annually.
TIlETRAVFT.PiiHi iverrnavi'C rn in.n... I
SlajtaccldenUtf all kind.
FIVE DOLLARS ANNUAL PRE1IICJL j
will Insure JJ.H0 against accidental loss of Hf. i
while traveling by any public conveyance, i
TES DOLUVRSPRFJIICM j
weures a policy for tVW rl $25 Per week I
eomperiK tlon for personal Injury lncapacltatln- tbe '
vrared from his ordinary business. I
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS PREJIint
secures a full vxMcr tvr anl t .... .
compeaation lor all as-l every deecrlptloa or acci
dent, travelin; or otherwise.
Policies for ii .', with 1 Fer week cimpen-atlor..
can be bad for $1 oer annum, or anv otl.er sum I'
tween : i and 5.' W at proportionate ratj
bpeelsl ani hazardous ilsks Uken at special and
hazardous rates. r
Apply In person r by mail to
F.b.,J-daW,y S. WIRES. ADt.
I'lcaucial Asent ot the (Government,
and has completed irr&ogements for the A n-y
rOPUJL.JR 7 - .1 O JLO.VoY.
NOTES OF ALL DENOMINATIONS
kept csmtantly aaa aoaat
I'OIt 13I3IBDIATB I) B L I V K It Y.
SuistrifHoMs Rtetitti emJ SttotUed,
BAXKERS AND DEALERS
The .Most Favorable Term? Allowed.
Checks and Drafts on Xetv York.
Lifl Ttnricr .Vofrj. .Yaiienml Bank .Voir,
I.ecal Tssdes Five tee csxt. Xotes
witb accrued vntertrt ! and alsa
MUTILATED CORREJCr AT ITS fALVl
Win borecetveal to pajment.
a A. SCMNER.CssUer
BarHnston; Vt., April M, IStS.
Atlantic White Lead
and Linseed Oil Co.,
of New York,
Manufacturers of PURE WHITE
LEAD, Dry and n Oil. RED LEAD.
LITHARGE, Glass-makers Re4
Also; LINSEED OIL, Raw, Boild
For sale by Drugglsa & Dealea
generally, and by .;
ROBERT COLGATE & Co
3t Pearl St., NEW YORK
jijQ l!Ua.voi: sKEn at
ANIMnorder t snbuv rnnr KAN
t HI WARD HARLUKi
Burlington Hook itiutiery.
WOCLUrespectfulli announce that be Is r"
rel to execute all orders a ith which be may
be favored In the atve line, with, earo and promp:
nasi. OLD HOOKS RE-lJOU.M).
MUSIC, HAUAZ1.KS. PAMPIILRTS, -K
bound in any desired style.
Account-Book; of all kind made to order Paper
ruled to any patterc
I3r Orders by mall will receive prcmpt attentl.c
Addre-e?, WM. SCOTT
(UlDee iver 'InntirstonV It.. oi---liurllnttua.
Burllacten, Vt. ,
fKW Card Pliotograpbj. Just received at