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THi& BDBLtNGTONVT., FREE PRESS 3TRI1 AY MORNING. SKPT. 1, 1865.
Liidic on" AcRirctTMAi. Coixrcn.-The
(orrctary- nf llic Ohin agricultural society
lately Imd n conversation with Lielug, the
agricultural chemist, in reference to the ag
ricultural cullcgts to lie established by tlio
rrtcecd nf Imds granted by the national'
gotcrnnti-nt. Licliijr fiiegrftrd that tbewt
thine; in lo done is to establish experimental
fa rain, lie eaid, rmonpothcr tbinp":
"Y ilnn't -want much laI t a few hundred
sere is all-ssiBicisnt for nil manner of experi
ruei ts; anil. ) it must allow me to repeat, jou
waul to mile.i(Timrnt only. You don't want
to teach a f pecifie evstem of model farming, for
miry rrasonfir firstly, not rneftnlrnt, perbafi,
en get a farm precisely like jour model farni
br Bit not he able to pit fo much prass-la M.or.
jo much ni.hnd, or he may bt unable to have
farm building; precisely lite the model ones.
Thrii wb-tt pooil lis your model do, when no-lx-Iy
can co py 5t ? Now, when you get home,
pray do not misi-rpriFent this Idea. 1 want jou
to ionic experiment?: not simply to show what
tin 1 done,liut male experiments to show whit
can be dot e pK.fi'ulily, and what may be done
liy any intelligent farmer. Of course jou can
not txrct t accomplish much for the present
Ctneration of farmers; but the seeds you sow
will be reaped by the coming and future genera
tion. In Ohio you do not want to build a palace
fur an agricultural school. In America you
spend too much money in putting up your edu
cational buildings, and then starve your profes
sor. I leurn that you put up a very prai.d
buildinjr in jour city ot Columbus, called the
Starlirij; Medical college: I hare a picture of it
I am to'd il cost tome 570,000 to ST.I.OuO, and
now you are starving the profcasjra in it. You
diil the tame in Cleveland and Cincinnati.
Then I am told you built two universities in
Ohio, and new the ptvfessoia can barely live on
tlic.-dry jou pay. The cotieequtnce is that
thisc schools, colleges or universities muit nri
diwn. Tlx re is no place in the whole world
v.l.i re knowledge can make so much money a
in America; then fore your t;t men will cot
become leactirs cr profifore, simply because
they can make more money out of something
else; and tbey naturally apply their talent and
ability whrre it pays the best. Jo man will en
gage in educational course of life, for life, on a
salary ,f SliOO or S1600 a year, when he. by
applying the same ability in some other pursuit,
c n male SJOOO or SoOOO a year. Hence, you
hate no first class professors in all America; but
you have instead first class business men, first
cli-s mechanics, and managers of large and
The fullest account of tbo Bennington
Ctlehratiun that we have noticed, u given
by the Manchester Journal We copy the
nrcount of the proceedings of Wcdnctdiy
evening, of which a lea detailed account
was ghen by our own correspondent:
Biiwren five and six in the afternoon a meet
ing : f the Il.stoncal Society was held in Free
Library Hall. In the audience were. Gov.
Smiih, Lt Gov. Dillingham, Ex Guv. Fletcher,
(j-n Staiin-inl, Gen. Sijwour, CoL Proctor, A
1. Ilsgir, Eni., State Geologist, ami other pro
tii:uei,t ge"tH-nH-n. After lbs transaction of
buiiis-. Gov. II ill the chairmin e.f the mtet-
iuj:, ii.truducid to the auJ'ence, Geo. II. liiut
dict, llsq., n iiurliiiptou. who read a psper up
on tbe It title i-f Geitjel.urg. The wty, al
thouIi g:'i.g itgekeial dcription of the whole
cum.ij(ii. reiainj principally to the urt taken
in ii ty tin ttrm..iit troor, Ci'ncernitig whoe
l', -r tiiiMr. Uiiieilict baJ the lit meann i f
in,' roi.itti'it Jiimii his cULHCtuti with Gen.
Sl,i,nidV s a The paper i a very scholar
1 . pi in - tii ii, and giv a a better idea of the
e ii'el tL4uan oilier description with which we
are M-r,ii.i, "ted. Alter Mr. Beneilict had closed
li-C .v. Kit. 'eteraioseand alludet in compli-ln-l,i.r
t-rns.' '' 'he MTVin-s of Gen. Stuminl,
v lie;- i'ihui aa." lwayn the iccikh.ii t.f loud
i.L.iii'.e. L. 1 .u'enerri-q . of St. Albvns,
tJd j. HiT on tiJ. 'u' Ju"e Triiuings. After
th-tmurration d lut:btr 'unntsa the meeting
L iter in the evening. .1 t,""tary Uall wvs had
in i ,ie ame p!cc Gen-. Stk uu"nJ "' Smter,
Cot. Pna.-..r. UeuU Cwla. Prati.- ''.Hod Ct ly,
aiJ uUwr.lfi.-els were pnn!. "jeuiusc ws
far isteil by Letmn with lull batVj."
'tie ulebnititui was furttier cviititiu --'' a
fir.ed Bp'-ty of fireworks. Tan piect Ht r c?"
j elly I'v'Hiilit'ul at! appnjreiic.' One pre
set tid jnhirsc lettere ihe name of Huoker.
ai.d' tlie-otlwr, 'Stitik and Warner, Au. lOtti,
Tht concliSied. the celebration; and with the
departure of th rtturcing trains, the streets of
Beunioginn npiin les'itued their every day ap
pearance. It 's e?rimteil thtt over ten thousand
t rsng.TK were in ruwi.,r.r least Irelf of whom
lisleuej to Ihe orat'iMi of Mr CLii-in
The araio-t ConventiiiU.
This temperanre zatherinK appears to have
liecu a succtss. More than three hundred dele-gilt-,
were iiresttit. Iielonging to Kttie twtnty
fcta:e, from Maine to Oregon, btsidiseix foreign
uieiubert. Thej- lenresented vatkus churchts.
ecclesiastical Ixsltea and temperance crgtnilt
tiunsiiM comprised much talent and influence in j
puouc ai.u private siauon!. v-onnecttcui aione
tarnishing one Governor, who presided and two I
ti-Gaerors. There were many veterans m
the temperance cause, tome of tbem fata lvanc- ;
1 iu lite, as well as the younger and realous ,
meinbers of the vancus "orJers," which, es- j
pecialryattheWesf.iuclude muchofthe tiraan-j
iied force iu this narfare against vice audenme. I
It must hvve been interesting in itself, aud sig- I
liiiiciiit no in me tit t. j . . vu wittj .
and mental health, to sec and hear John Pier- i
pout, Gerritt Smith, R. IJ. Walworth, E. C
Dtlaian, and John .Marsh, with earnest elo- j
q notice moving a crowded assembly, nn the old, ;
latuliar theme i
The action of the body seems to bavo been de
cided and united, on the main points tn the tem
perance work. They re-affirmed the principle
of entire abstinence ffom all intoxicating drinks,
for rsonl safely and the plod ot others; tbe
rifbt and duty of society to protect ilef against
the costly lu'schicls of tbe l.uufij traffic; and
the intimito connection, both senpiural and
historical, between Temperance awl Religion.
The sentiment of the convention wu divided, as
to the extent lo which it was proper to urge the
matter of the medical use of Mimulants; the
proper fiuit of Ihe tii.e," for the l-ord's sup
per; ai.d ttrii tuts- of The rule to be o erved by
temperance men, iu voting for civil officers.
On the whole, their atterances carry with them
ty, us well as of wisJom and timeliness; and
while they mvy give rise to iliscu'sioti, will eten
thus awaken public attention to a much , needed
Cm HE nr MiCNETtSJi. The readers of
Ilawthume will rememlarrthelaticiful idea of
the author in tht-'" IIoueof Seven Riiies-,"
whcieby yrtimg ilaulc, the mrjuiitt r, holds
a mali 'n magnetic influence over the ln-auti-
fulaViee Pvnclieun. -A timilar case in real (
life liat occurred ih France lately, if tho
statement of a correspondent of the London
Times may be beiitved :
An extraordinary and! believe unprecedented
case has just been tried at tbe Asstxn Court of the
Var. A ytairrg man of 24, pamei Castellan,
preaented himself at the houss of a respectable
armer named liugues, ana preienuing io oe
deaf and dumb, cbtaincd supper and a night's j
1.-1,,,,- I it,, mortilni. ba lr.!l l, I ..I Ihe Tar- 1
ivu.'.fc. w - o r
mer'a daughter, a modest girl of 6. to ruu away
with him, and tbe indictment alleged that he i
obtained an irresistible iL&aeiiceover her entirely
by means c-f magnetism. The moment she c-une
to her senses she was filled with remorse, hut
-t,.wM.M,l.!tM.-m.itiMl bar aba an a msiaiii
nuiuvni .... j
strumentin his bands, and submitted to hit- '
ever be told her. Three doctors of Toulon gav
their cpioron in .accordance, with that tf .Dr'i
Tanlieu of Pans and many other medical men,
' cf the htzhtst rrnotjttijnr.tliat it is possible, bv'-
aeansof what is called magnetism, to obtain '
such influence over a young girl as completely:
to annihilate bcr wilt Castellan boasted of ii is
magnetic power while standing at the bar, aqd3
mend to niscneiiie tne preimng juuge. ne
actuallrTnea to micnetixe the pfocutrartimpei
rial, and frightened bim so mach that he angrily
ordered the prisoner to lower his eves. Being
f.-uwl gu.lty by. the jury,,he was sentenced to
l5rcaisimpriis6ntt(ent with rriril labor.
Smith rijtlT.' io. 4, Union Clock, ar
opening a rich stock of Dins Goodsand. Carpets,,
and they say they are selling tbem cheap.' 1 GirsT
Ai-ciEST Itlcoikb. i cofmpandentof the
'Vcrmian.'a7rd'' gives some infereitingjti- j.
tracts from tho recorta of the Congregational
Church at Brandon. Wo copy thejollowing
vcrlaitia. etlitcratim : .TJtix kvxK mud with which
BiAkDOit September the iS;tl 7.1. 3 1 Wrr7tTVclter is. spaUtered cn tbt road to
"t.4ttmiC.iTlA..kll U-aw - i
Congrrgatiunal order Uolden at tht hotue ol.T-Ot-f ,
rcn ITIkin on tbe 28th day cf inst Month at one j TwAtareed geatlemtn; who
ES lUHOWafa US IOC ! laaaawas I
t TpU i- a- lllajsalaaaaaar at m
Cinrch.Ccnfrrencw turn time in the snath Jane'
last past, upon .which the Church voted to a
member that it was furreign from their intention
not having so mack au a ilii it ant idea, of such a
thing and to prevent any thl ng Bering a reSero
blanee -f ,the kind th Church. ProSeedeal to in
quire how. tbey Stood aflrcte d towards Mr. wins
Tow .who being desirous to n o.
the Church in' the Sd pis ce tonic nnder Con
sideration the complaint that Mr. Avery and
Mr. XuckFind exhibited to the Church against
Urotber winslow for boiling mtple Sap uppon
the Lords day. Brother viinslow says that he is
Sornr that he did on the account of it being a
greaf to Ttbe minds of his breatherin, but not
vuing himself there in -gilty of a Breach of Sab
bath bur Says that he "there in was himself in the
way of his Duty the Church vuing it a direct
violation of the Law of god and that be might as
well bin imployed in a most any other, bisnrea.
-.taking that -with the matter of ex Simple undder
ConSidt ration they -voted not Mttisfied uppon
which Brother winslow requested A. CounSell
and the Church redily Complied then prncr eded
and mutually ehose the West Churr.h io Rutland
fur the odd Church then the Church Made
Choice by vote of the Church in Jericho aral the
C hurcn in Orwell and Mr Whitlow made Choice
of the Church in Hinsdale and of tne Church in
Walpole To meet the last Thursday in January
What disposition the said " CounSell "
made of tbc case the records ray not.
Okicin or DfJiocaucT. Nccr, after the
water went down, com down from Aryrat,
went into farmin and planted grapes exten
sive. One day he took a ntp too much, and
laid down with lnHufS-hcnt.cIjtliin on to Intn.
Hi- 2.1 boa Ham teed him in that fix, and
when rtoer awoke, while Ids hair was still
pullin, he cust him and hit) poeterity, and
K-d they slinod he eerrants forever.
llam"(wich in te Original Hebrew signi
fies a bind quarter uv a hog.) was the father
or the Atrikins, and tbey btv bin t-luuu ever
I feed a lite to-wunst ; I realized the im
portance uv the nigger. lit in the connectin'
Jink in the cha no uv circumstances which led
to the fonsashvn of the Dunekratic party ;
he lies kept the blcscid old itiaslicena tonnin
to this day.
Whisky (or wine, wicb is the same thing)
made Noer tight.
Ham seen oer inebriated.
Noer cust Ham, wich turced him into a.
nigger nnd servant.
That tbe ekriptrH might be fulfilled, tho
children uv Ham wa brut to -merika, to be
Wikked men set themselves agin the
skriptcrs, and tried to make men uv tbe nig
gers. The Diinekratic party riz for the purper;
u kecpin the nigger down, and that dvlitcfuL
hiznts hex given tbem employment for niorm
t I shtt the book I cood not helnrrmarka.
in the word uv the sammist :
"Good Lord upon what slender threds
Hang everlastin things.'
Spin Xoer, instid uv plantin grapes, had j
gime to practisin law, or into the grocery; '
hiznesa or hujin prodooee on commishn, or j
t'Uttin up intent modicins be woodn t ''ev
got inebtiaud, he woodn't Iter cust Ham
II lm wooden t hcv turned black, there woud-1
wit hev Inn no niggers, no Ablishnists, and
c.ins qui nlly no Dimtkrats.
Or, spoen all uv UamV children had taki n
diiliieri4 and died the same rteulto ojd.
Wliikcy made nigger, nigger made D.moc- )
ri-y. Lake away wlnsky nnd tng'er. aua II
Diuiocriny woodrnt 1 uv n more nkkount- Ij
limn a onc-aruitu man ut n minn.
Whisky! Nigger! Diuiuaisv ! Oh, savo
ry trinity. '!
Wc don't none of ufi read the skriptera '!
i-nuu. 1'iiTitou.cii . iNasnr,
Lait Paster uv the Church of the
. - i
National Dlb.s. The five first-class jew
els of tin world have national debts or the
fiillowing' proportions :
France, f, ti.-aot.O ', i:r-'.Vi.(Xl
Austria, 1-61. ..-AaiU.oo T5,llJ Ut"!
Rum a. ISW, t.110,',0 O 7,l ;k)
't llrtUin, S3, 4lO,9lill l37,SM,1ld
United Maus, ,UOJ,uOO,000 l&j.UO.UOl
Gitinxt" the Saratoga correspondent oi
the Boston Post, gives near a column of a.
recent letter to a soi disant Countess, who
cut a comidcrahlc figure at the Springs, this
eenson, till it came out that she wad the no
torious Lvlj Somebody of last summer's sca-
j fon at NVwport, was licforc that Lrdv Oth
j crbodjr at Lonfi Branch, and not over respect
able, anj-how. " Giungi" (which would
h lund much the same if spelt John (!. ) was.
if current report tells true, pretty well sold
by, and very polite to, " La ComteW, U t
f()rc ,ier cxp'n. and, of course, knows ,
what he is writing about. ,
c IIcrsuaD Scligson, of the Ninth Vt.,
Iim lieen commisetooed hj tho Governor as (
Lieut. (j0i, a apTiteciation of his scrviece !
ana merits. j
Gen. Joe. '
A 'oticeablc Letter Irom
The Fredericksburg, (Va.) Ledger, pub- ;
li-hcs the following letter from Gen. Joseph ,,
E. Johnston-i i'
Bvttujo SnUNGi, Va , Anj. 17. t
Ton ask my views on the future course and !
future interests of the V. S. The case is o j,
plain that very little can be said nr written up
en it We of tbe South referred the question
at issue, between ns and the Dnited Bute, to
the arbitrament of the sword The deds on bis
been made, and 5s againat us. We mutt ac
quiesce jn that derision, accept it as final, and
recognixe the fact that Virginia is again one of
the United States. Our duties and interests
coincide. We shall consult the one, and per
form the other, by d.ing all we can to promote
the welfare of our neighbors, and to restore
prosperity to the country. We should com
mence tbe dutiis of iieaceful citizens, by enter
ing upon some useful pursuit, qualifying our--selves
to vote, if p'ssible, and at the polls our
-votes should be east, fjr a conservative mvn, one
who understands and will maintain tbe interest
of Virginia as ore of the United States. Tb's is
tl ec -uree which I have recommendel to all
thcse'withrwbom I have conversed on the sub
fact', and that which ! have adoped tor myself.
J as far as practicable.
I Verts tenia- vonra.
J. E. JUUNSTOK.
MoDtxN DicTtoNARr. Water. A clear
fluid, once need ana dunk.
To.ncce. A little boree which is emtio
ally Tunning away.
n, ,TT A ,-.rM-in trbn finda wnrlc for
h j out tbo60 of olh
yir Dear. An expression used by man
and wife at the commencement ot a quar
rel. . PouyntAN A man employed by the cor
poTatiuu to elcrp lu thfopeii uir.
Barqaix. A ludicrous transaction, tn
.whiclLcach Irty thinks he- cheated the
J)octor. A: man, who kilU jou to day to
tavi:.yoii frutq iJj't0 to-morrow.
-TrinoB.-A dealer, in words, who often
" . -. .a .
Vg8 I" n u own C01D
EDiroR.-rA poor wretch who emp ics hi
brain io order.4o fill hie stomach.
Wealth. Tbc most rcspoctable quality of
Ckrric; A hod doc that goes unchained
and'bvkA?'aterythtng' he does not com
prenencl."' " t"t
EfotJirx. ETerybody.yat aobodT; equal
to Colonel-' '
Jctit: Twelve prisoner io a box to try
one or. more at tbo tar.
Statr's ETrorsat A wretch wbo.if.par-
ooed for being baisCT.Uavnii. comrades.
1 pOCta WkaB aOwJ WBiaav
lalat nafalaiavasi faaaw Is) aaWj CaW w.
Moxrr. Tbe jod of ths Nineteenth Cen-tury.
CoTTO.v. A great deal of ootton in
coming forward from the South, and there,
ia more already at the shipping potts that
will suffice for six months' tupply of all tbe
mills in the United States, while large
quantities nre reported on tho way or at
various inland points waiting transporta
tion. A Facr roa Fjemik. Bells will ptevent
the depredatune of dogs among your sheep.
The reason is jlain. A dog that knows
enotlgh to kill sheep also knows enough to
tie j? till and sly about it. The great noiso
caused by a number ot bells makes him fear
for his safety,- and he leave without doing
A Great Srcsiss. TbeAmerican Publishing
Company, of Hartford, Ct.. have wild of Alliert
I. Itrehirdson's lux k, entitled The Held, the
Dungeon an 1 the Escape," nearly 70.000 copies,
and the sales are increasing Iheir pmtvs ate
running night and dy to fill their orders. Se
advertisement in another column of Agents
What is the difference bewcen n water-fall
and a windfall ? It is in the heir ap
In Calilornia, the radical wing of the Kr
puhlicnn parly are termed ' Long Hairs,"
and tbc conervatitc wing ''Short Haim"
"Untusy lie the head that wears a crown."
This may be the reason why the ladies discard
ed tbc crowns ot their lionnetH.
At a New lork police trial, a dav or two
since, a witness ttbtiGi-d that lie didn't con
eider a man fairly drunk till he lay on tho
ground and took hold of the gra-4 to keep
liiiubtlt I rum rolling over.
We have two or three time as many Gen
erals under pay as wc need. If nunc of
resign and nono arc dismissed by the I'reei-
dent, it is to be hoped tnat whiskey or tx's-ti
lence may come to tbc country's relief. Er.
Insects must lead a jovial life. Fancy J
the fun of tucking yourself up for tbe night ,
in tbc folds of a rose, recked to sleep by the
gentle sighs of a summer air, and nothing
to do when you wake but to wash youtselt j
in a dew drop, and fall to and eat your bed-
PnrsioLocicaL I'uenomena. An army cor
reaiondent writes : "I have noted one fact
in particular. It is that light-haired men,
of the nerTous-sanguino type, stand catn-
paigntng better than tbe dark-haired nin of
btllious temperament. Loit through a raw
II regiment on its way to the field, and you will 1
J find fully one-hall' it members to be of tbe
buck-hatred, dark-skinned type. Sec that
same regiment on its return tor muster-out,
and you will find that the black-haired cle
ment has melted nway, leaving at least two-
thirds perhaps three-fourths, of tho regi
ment to be represented by red. brown and i
flaxen hair." i
The number of battles fought duriDg the '
last war was two hundnvl and fifty-two j
Of thtse the Suit of Virginia drank the hhd
of eighty nine ; Ttrnies-e witnessed tliirty- i
eevi n, Miss.iuri thiity-tive, Georgia twelve, j
Snulli Candiua ten. North Carolina tlevt-n, '
AI ibama eeveti, Florida five. Kentucky fmr
Uen. the Indian Territory and New Mextci i
one each. Once the wave of war rolled into 1
a Northern Mate, and broke in tho great
billow of Gettysburg. Of the battles
enumerated, sixteen were natal engage
A Littl MvsiERiofs. Thc London
res (c.ndenl of a New York ps'icr says :
"Tne Prince and I'ritief of Willed,
I pitrume thtir tan childri n txitli liy,
thanks to Lird I'.iliui rstott un 1 a lilier.il
Cuhiuet have followed the Queen to the
We knew that "old Pam" Imd a ver-tile
tahnt, but never heard sneh pu'Aer ascribexl
to him liefore. Pror. Journal.
Tue Ketchcm Kobceries. It is now stated j
that the fundi abstrartrd nnd eheck furgtd j
liv joun Ketchum, will aiuiiuntto four mil- I
lion two hundred thousand dollars.
PLATED asd Britannia Castors at
61IEDD, WALKERS A WIRES'
No. 3 Union Block.
V A It .M V E A T II K II
aLacc, Bcrnjfc, and Knw Silk
s a .f n e s ,
BLACK OERAGE i GRK.VADINE DO.
BLACK BERA GE, 8 1-4 . WIDE
VIIITK IIERACEt7 1-1 wide.
Heavy Jlantle S i I ics ,
With nnd without Luster.
"BEE HI E .
Jane 10. IS65 dtf
.Burlington Book Bin ft cry.
llTOCLIi respectfully announce that he Is pre
IT pare.1 to execute all orders with which he may
be favored In the above line, with care and prompt,
OLD nUOKS RE-BOUND.
fTSIC, MJOlZt.VES, PAMPHLETS, ire., ire.,
bound In any desired style.
Account-Books of all kinds made to order. Paper
ruled to any pattern.
BP Orders by mall will receive prompt atteatlon.
Address, WM. bCOTT,
COffioeovar Iluntington's Book Store.;
Burllnrton. March 13 to.
VJl'D ERT .f HER,
atasrracTuata axd dcaler is
Coliias anil Burial Cane
In Wood and Metals of every style.
ALL slses constantly on hand or made tu order
In any required style.
Corror Taia-atxss of all kinds, Nama Plates
Shrouds, Cravats, Collars and everything required
constantly on band and furnished at short notice.
I can furnish Collins at any boor of the nljht, if
required,-as 1 sleep ia the same building.
. Ftmaavu attuibid, with His si.
" Apply atany hoar of dyDrnlchtt
it ' J. UREEN, Colleje 8L,
TIIEdCEEX OF BEACTV,
ARTS OTSEa SITUS
LfDMES HOOF SKMRTS
. Opened this day la 15, 18, 20, 22, 2J, 30. 3 and 40
MiMesB all 1oh.
Ladles will tid oar aeaortme&t complete. Thev
asslail rrsratbr -- - latest
-SWtatJBiia beat at all they will be sold rerylaw
SLZlM&ir FAQ at BEST.
.Hiatal lat t i
VVav- '"ttuOMtt CO.
TkeJEirst. National? Hani;
baa been detlgnatad as a depotlUrr or tba Publla
Financial Agent ot the Covernment,
and has completed arrasments fur tl.e agency
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kept eoniU'jtly on band
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BANKERS AND DEALERS
The Mot Favorable Termi Allowed.
Checks and Drafts on New York.
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Legal Tender Fivr percext. otis
with accrued interest ! and ilf J
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Will bo received la payment.
C A. SUSl.NCR.Caibter.
Burllmton. Vt April ,
IfEare now ooin-r a Urje and fislilonaUe
1 1 SUicl. of line aeasunable
Heady made Clot It i n r,
ol ouroun manttlncturr.
Krery arUc'e of htc"i Is WARBAran ti eire rat
tlsfACt un ur ttie m ne Ktictiikii. Ourcew stuck
coDsisti in irtt.f new
il L' 5 I i IJ S S SUI 'I
and a larce line of Il;!it eolured
Cassiiuere Ean!s :iinl A'ct,
LINEN UUILLING IM.NTS X VIS'S
together with a choire lot uf
n o v c i. o t u i , a
all ef which will 1-e d at the lawnt prka. Oar
Cl'hTOJl HEPAKTME.NT lt wcllBlle4 oiihthe W
BROADCLOTHS CASSIMKREi VKSflNG
which we are prepared, with a earopoteat tt w
Tailor Aatisrs, lo male up tu order mt sburt ao
Ice. Vou all knew the place,
CULVER I TURK,'
Nu. i Ea Jt BtscL.
Hualnctoa, Jnly 12 diatf
I.IFr. PI UK X MA It INK I.NtriltMKt
.Ktna Insnrame Cnnrasay,
Uf IIARTFtlhD, ona Cash A.iets RCSki
Home Insurance Comi any,
OF NEW YORK Casti A arris I,ea,M
Phtznu ImuraiHe fnafssjr,
OF.IIARrFORO.Coein. Cash Assets !90S,7?S
CannttJiivt Fire Insurance Cmmpav.
OF HAi.TKor.il, Coen I 'ask ffets IMjt)
A'urfA IlVsfarn Iwmfire Company,
OFOsWEOO.N. V Cash Assets. ,000
IfVjfrni Massaehusttts Insurant C.
OF PITTbFIELD, Ma -Cash Assets ,
Internal!- nml Fire asuntner Ctmpmny, 1
OF NEW YORK. -Cash Aset JI.ISMkts '
A'urfA tmerirvjN Fire Insuramet Ot.. '
OF NEW ORK Cash Assets IP8.1T0 j
Lonl.'ard Fire Insurance Csaaswajs,
OF NEW YORK Cash Assets tI.IS7
.Vnr York Life Iniwrmnee Cfmtfmny, .
OF NEW YORK Cash As eta $i.l,
Charter Oak Life Insurance Company. '
OF HARTFORD, Conn. -Cash Asset.. ..lasHm I
Trarelers Insurance Company
OF HARTFORD, Coon Cash Assets.
Fire and Inland Insurance taVcn In '4es above
j namd first clais companies to the amooat of J lii,
houses and their e. ntnt and firm pr.
licit) generally will be inure.t I r urw
tf years, all
rtn the injured to receive btek year-
ly three Kurt'is the uroSia. tt rata. t low as tu
( inale it an ol.ct to all having sueh protty to
, "ii.wui u.eis tomuame.
1 'iileaa-anotrequl-clanJ the Insured '
j lncur.L.. ... assessments t the lane cash '
P assets of these Companies furnish ptrlect Inilemni- 1
J ty for all l.-sej
t furfiteyeais will be Klv.nf iroueie ceatpicmiuaa
t for the whole t-r.n. and the inu e I alb we.1 re. 1
' tarn i.fthree.f.iuiths the prCt annuall). ,
i THE TRAVELER'S INSCRANCE CO.. Insures
, against accident- if all kinds i
J FIVE DOLLARS ANNUAL PREMIUM.
1 will Insure fo.'if l pains t acchicntal loss ef lire
' -i,ti. .. . i e . ,
UJ i'U'iiir convejanea, ;
TEN I-OLLARS PREMIUM I
acenres a policy for f.V, and also JJS per week '
eompens tlon fur personal Injury Incapacitating the I
wtiiw iium uia oruiuary outiness.
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS PREMICM
secures a full policy for isorsi anl t"6 ir week
compensation lor all asd every description of ol.
ttent, traveling; or otherwise.
Policies for S , with $ I per week tmpensatlon,
can lie bad for t ner annum, or any other sum be
tween t Ik! and f VOi at proportionate rates.
tipeeUI and hatardous ilsks taken at special and
Apply In person or by mall to
S. WIRES, Agent.
Feb. 13 dawly
POWERS & STORY.-
F M.l .V O , C.S BS.YET
AT C RE AT Is Y REDUCED PrtfCES.
Keep constantly on nnd P;anos of our tiwa
make. Also Mel nway 4 Sons. United Makers, En
ersnn. Unlld, Allen lr Jewett. and others, from
73 upwards. Second band Pianos from 50
POWEP.S A STORY.
Bnrlinztoc, July I.1SRS.
HISTORICAL VIEW of the American Revolution
,. .. If. .v.. . 1.
atJt "J "W. I,.-.IU.WU Ul.uv.
What to ilo with the Cold Mutton. .
Second series if GravoThoushta of a Country
SI vol. Youth's Rebellion Roanoak to Mur-
Cbriitlan's Mittike by tbe Author of John
Life of President Line-In -by .ha)er. Also
Portraits of Pres. Lincoln.
Received at JIL'NTINGTON'W.
liay It. IBaA.
OCPKXSUURSn-CO THE WB3T
"o in pa nt.
Tnrly Tlirjuij Dally Line betieen
Ou'OSXSUli R ( 11, C II I C A G O,
And lutcrmedtute Points.
Sir D)l Tkrouijh, KniUW Ciangc tf Uit I I
This well Vnown and ItellaUe C.wipany, will
during the eietent Season, ruu their Line ut
t"M r C.J5'v VHI'KK CJBiy STKJ ;fc-.V
Dally, lietween O. dens'irab. tejpi, rievelmn.1
Tuledit, ltr4i, Ch rv, llilw.u'ot. and lutcrae
ttaitt .itn t
lAtvuis)G E.SSIjL'i:U'l,uaarnval of Kipres
Train rn.ni tLe East.
-JSi:vrt.'Vau.l Varailles trertng We-t. can
eui'Mra .tli tt.elr l.ur, 'lYauis. sii ie ami
land txet!irr wlt.it ut dicturliaucc .r Traushii
lueut atttietr port uf dntiuamb, t'.uj avi.i.lini
the greit Inc-bveDiepeeuf tl.e uijp uiaal:'. ile
Ujs an i eip lira i.f vtlier tuute. jfThes.
tamers h-tvt: larn I'titMs and stats. Kimjks.
iupl ant iKatlj ru.nii.e.i, lr KiksT CL.S
PA-iM-'MiKRaaud ii cowl a'-liu with l'.- kSt-.ri
atM ciiati.ru-. Ie a. uituiKlail-iis fur Pa.-enser
4tsi win, mtt iti-li t. furnish ttilr in
pruit iu'ia aya d-.,tt4 mi 1 iw rj.ared w tutlu
lam the reiiQiailjn id this as ihe
Cheapest and 6c.t Route !
A thiniut.h rehu!ld)!i. rsfMirfo ami rerimtsh.
Ins with pevera new t N'I.l-d ti the ine,uickes
this nuw the uist e mli.rta Jr. He-aaunt, ai.d
eijieilttii n rut- t.i ilie URK. r VV'EaT.
tjr"" sure and see f e A.'eut uf this Line, bo
1 jritruujk 7Vieiuer all We-tero fUilmai
Iane esu insuhtaHil i -iil ctii.ju t-i i.SuKUS'
W bill i II, ullkM e.Tiier F- r.t an I Pt'tarshn at.,
opplio Juhks-Hi lluuse. ide'.rtiorcri, N V.
ri "ee lluiidrtd puu-da -if Baltics rnea, ts
eah Pusener lltt.iee eneelerf tariHi.h tu all
points KurThruuli TlcXtts ad uibvr inforuu
luiti. aiu.ly t.i li. A. El) V,
Oilier btenners Landing, otitahursji. N. V.
Ur.ii W smut i-cn 1 Ticset AeLt.
ii. J Gooii.xo, l'a-tsr Ajsnt
II. .N Dhukt, Asect. hurltast'.n, VL
Aprll II. iaCm.
ItliTLi.lNU .VXD i:l iii.i;to It. It.
C.mmenclnj JsneM, tralai will ran as M
lews: WTI BCBLIi.TO.t .
9.0H A. M, MMLTR IN f.,r ' oMo, Lowell, Wor
cester. Fltehi'Urica. HraUiniiurfVjprlDalielii.llarl
lurJ, New lltn. 1st t, Altwnv ami .N w Ysira .
arrive ia I'ruj at !. P. l ,Ncw Yvra lu H r. a.t
TkratifD t Saitaw mramr casaye tCart.
MM a. ACCOM mill KTIi TKAI N for Hutltmt
lielluwa KaLaad i:raftltn; arrivaat hutlaud
S 15 f m., ttalloai Falhi f .lj r if., firattleAr
IU.UI A. tt.
I jut r h.. KXrilSSii TKAIN for Troy. Athaay Kew
Vurk atxl tt IVsati aiiiva at Truv n.if r. ii.,
New Vura 6 a. v.. ! llu autt Hiesr Rallrawl
Meeiiin Cai ur lludsi.o River bwaaaai
Tkrtmfk It Trf rfknul rjtaafe mf Cass.
9 4V r. u . MO .IT s X ' R ,th sleapioK Car. tor
Nea-VurW aad B.ua .viive in rf at 3 uu a.
u. i .New Yrk Di.su a ; H. ti,n .ati a. x.
7AraaifS ! 7 ray ant Sa.faai wttknat raawy O-i.
yrtm tk sara aaT Tsasaa asrtre M jtarfinaSi -
I JU r. a , MalLTKAIN fr.ita r-iv a, L' welt, H'or
j , isprtuajield, lUrisunl, Naw Uavwaj.
lraroa HHton ? j a m
: 3.1.'. a. a , Mi. II i EXt'RrX-i TRAt V.witb Slceninx
Cars, truss Naw V .ik awl Bo-l n. Leaves New
re at 5 r. h , !:. n ;:nr. .
a IU. v. COAMil),Tlif TRAIN leave Brat
tiaUir.. 1 4i p. a , baiWws Kalis J e. aw. JUt
taaal ( uv a. .
- vi r. h . EXPRESS TRAIN fiur. Rutland, .Vw
ora and Troy.
Tli K El 8 -old tar Saral .-a Trov, A!t. y. Vw
l ort , satwaucUrty an i m I ,noeii-al )4uta tk
aw V,. CanMialaayl Wasteru Raltrs Is, and la
J. W. CARPENriiil,
No I, America uul Biuek.
Dt(S9s eaWeVad throws.
ET'ms alwaj a a Law aa by aar ether tux.
ra A. M-RRILt, apn
VHU.MO.VT CK.VTKA1. At Ml J.C1,I.1M.V
CataaaMtdsur May li, I86S.
tataitss aotita sum am uar.
Lease Saritagtoa at 7 i5 A. V.
Nail Trail eavea Roaae'a P.iLt at 4.tt
J awtatlaa at IT HtsUeat Janat-a mad ie.l..w Vails
I Willi trams '. Boston, Morcester. fprln.: laid aad
New irk, air etas at Sew ..r at If li P. ii aaad
wiui iralua i t -isahicpsie it. K.
KuetiBirt n Kspraa. (aaves Moatnml at a a K .
Rt u'. rotut at 7 t ci.nneetiB at Uuri!az a
w ah Csusapiala isttaasars lor eaiaitga, Tr.y. ae.
ta. Exprav. lease, w.mreal al -iji A. St.,
at JiJin. at v A. VI . itiueftsi utali al ' 0 A. M.. (or
B.ii si, e.e.i.oeetn at butluutn. with ItaTt-
I last twain Iro) aael New York, a.. It use la
,' buettiB rut Lmalll at i "n ' M.
i NUW suiawaua tvavas tSiMeasSaar.-h at . I at A. ..
Mm. treat t 'ii. .RiMUrVtvlot VliP.tl .ut hn
i at t.an P. M., arnv,ii- at I .;i att4 A M.. e..o
l aeetrnsut bt.wa Fa.ls with ilteswlre n. Inaad d.r
nt.iii ani lAoree-t r am with Verui-'i.i Vaaley
rtaltroaalfar itprio-rfebi .. a4 arrisla.- ta .law
Vtsrh at la Al P. Si"
raatasaoiaw aowva amd wot.
Leave ttarilaxtoil at A. M
P. acat ii ?. it.
IwA at., .7a
Bay f.xor-sa mves B.t. n its la. welt tt A
at. Burba. ii. Al-auM. Mtsi Ural usoetia
hari awl e- arit!na Miu-.f aiat . Oo P. M.
Oc4-a.saira-b at u. vi a. m.
Mat) Train leaves Rot. n vi Uiwel! at :.! A.M.
via Lareaeeai;.U A. M.. Uarllagtun, Rause's
Iwavea Boat'in vn Fitc'i oir as r.m A.v.prinx
1 BeM at Mil a. M , c nil' c. -i.it wh te River June
tu.a with Day Fx, .re ! i b r.int..n. Mnatreal,
Ot dewi avek and i-t Viesi
i Aoouauaodali'in Tram ,-.taa Northaeld at r K
I A. M.. Borliaati :it -j , . si for -t .M ains
Mxhl ha ore . Ju Sails at in.no e. xt
nttalvtoa; wsawo-.r- fn.i!i V-m: .ot Valies K K
I aat.nxNew ..ri, at . - i M., atio from Cheshire
i R R. leavfax Hit-n at '..HP M . ooonrclio at
; Uhitc River Juneiiin witi.tram learn; I'-nt-mst
' 3l". M .Ft Bo.-ili. -n. R..u P.ilot M.,i.tr..
i f1 """irs, w.fi (itamt Trnal train. f..r the
Meapinc srs are attaehe-l t, both the N'ht ,ii
p'oas trains rnnn ui liettr.eo at M'ana -ott
tstuo, anil M Allan- and prinfielii
'. lekets to lietr. 't i l.i.a . iu.1 all points
. hi i..N URt hY .i.iot,sN., 2 anierteaa lh-
narltnaton 1 1 Ua-ai:,' cl.ee. e t'.rvuak.
. MERRILL. aaBt.
t. Alhaaa. Hay I. l-ui.
TltAXSPOH TA TVOiV L I A' E
lIuiNaii It., ( baimplain Cannl
Capital $15U0n, lnc.irrir.it-d.
L. J N. STARK
President. N. T JILI.ON.V. P.
33 Cl-ent ea -llo. N. V. Ul.ii.h.ll X. V
( II. R. SNYDc.lt, ao 'y t Treaa. Mhitthail X. V.
Tlilsold and well knmsn Line, harin !a-jely In
; creased their taeUltios. are s piejuretl t traos-
, "ticiuuuii.. ( fiaJBec . r., n. ' wrt B ,t C It (
YORK. AL A.NY.TKWY AND .A RLIMJTONW L I
! with dlepitcb.
I, ,tl., ,.i. t,
N. B. Piats of this Lire leat Tear 1
i 6, Eut Rittr. Jnitf, and ara trd 1-y
sieaaiers oo iteissov ttivea .tuo Ltaa 4 B
thereby iasvrtii the t aosito tait"fi in pr iHWty l
maai tittand utdtr. and at leaa Rate li.an tit any
JIarU- 'iicktige-, v t". LINE."
FOR FREIWil rrw. TO
Gko W. scitwiT!). Jtirlii Kbia, Vt
II. R. stniis, ULiteball, ... V.
N. T. JlLLSO.t, "
O. IIasaou, ss
W tl I kahan tti "JverSL.Tsay.
A Roaaniso.l IDS I 'ee. Abani
L J.N brans. I li IWoreeBMp.
A li. Laan New York
J.T. ILKim- OM ( i Ilia ur.,h, Tt Y.
Jouv ktrakr Ri.tut Point,
B. P. i a km i ,
D W C Ri nv.O, lemaornh.
N s.LN Ds t it llostk eaL
Ubiienall orll 13. fs. of.
UK saiaarilers hate ju-t lee-lteit a lane and
d'sra'ile aewirtmin' uf tm.il-mn. wia and
Esgllsli lm d ami Silver Watetier, of tverv sryle,
which tbey offer at the t rt 1 . ssh price)
Tliarf- ic-t 's to mak- i.ui.-it sales, anl thev ale
tatseaWl with smati pn hit. ii ii tt I , : a good
watch aoi' t' e Wi-rtl: ot their i.ii.'iet am ottiea to
etil at i, t'aiik bioc , li exaraloe t.r thedi.
ealrea ; fc.ru i' t'ooMe ft r them th ahatr rtaals
HKINMIAID a HiriinETII.
PPER IIAN,filNQS-AlAtiM Ralls Raom rater
of a Iterates and 'Uilttie, and prtr-s die tin
an the etetu-at. Oatt aa-1 exs.aiae batre i ur-i
hasinx-isewtse'e. b h IIROWN.
' ..,!,itr' t! ait. ijnareh St
lturlincton, Vt.. Jt.isb W.
,4 MMiordertBosuhuv your FANS
A at r EDWARD BAR1
PRN'NIMAN A nCN(IEP.lOni).
-'PIP 0N1'NS at
ll)SANDYOUTI-.tnt'BrlEI;t.niTs 0,t rn
tit S MARKOV
' BElNf :
UUUIS lua. .Stt .
KO MA INK'S
AUOM.VT1C TONIC AND ALTERATIVE,
Lnciai!ed far the prevention and cure of afermf
t'nt j'ctrran 1 tri an-i Jyur, Dppipiia aia dis
auaitibln;lrtuiuerauKtnieiil kI Ike Ul r.ir,
Oryiat, trhifaruia ul.Vsurnia aad tiktumutum
ArPf.OVED BV THE SCRI.E0N GENERAL C.
THE O.ILr BITTERS OSED f.V THE UNITED
The basis of "Romalre's Crimean Hitters" Is
Crtllsavr Uie ino-t ca;c tcitius variety of resuvtan
ltaik a Ills wli chate c.uiMaei! nine other Metii
eintl Plants, Root, and Kxtracts ehtefl the pro
ducts of Alt anl .-Miuth Ameswt, arfl eaeh of the
M Jiest rdetitine repute fur the eu'e of di-esses fr
ah'ea this ! rveimuiedel ." artHie in the least
decree pe rnietout :s u-ed, and the utovMt cautlun i
laaxazcvtil m tt ileetion urmateria's ti insure
the blahaat dearee of curative virtue, and in all re-
t SfftH the pre-ent hish -tai.uaru of thl
t taao ubl iu nti oae he departed from. It
REGULATES THE BOWELS.
coRRnrrst vsORniii secretions.
Vedoawtask yQ U. credit e n assertlecs,
T i; S T I .11 O ,N I A I. S
Tw.MO AND REdTOR.VnVK
Dr. Jaett . Snttts in charge of Unitcl States
iitMpiial. Newark. N. J., sas; "I experienced
Very ssckine t ffum the naeoi our Bitters, al
ter a satefisattaek of tyiibe d lever, awl was enahl
e1 ( mtsH my iiatlaa la a much .bints r time than
i ismiea aitr aosvvme aa uiaa.. xy appetiti
rfercd, and fieativaur-ans rwsaatwt their
leu-atlotal ijule-l Sn arttele rr pared earethlly
us U Is, aa ir ia sis
I euwa.it ia say opiui.
iia. tail Ui do suud wbea prvper-
i iy usats.-
FEVER AND AiilE.
frcVeR AND AliCK.
mi s.c it atinm.
la DVSTS IV-IA, with it alteodint sj Dptoms.
dlataiiua. Nausea, Loss of Appetite, L..uest
tiM. r i
FaatBieaan. Cnlie Coat veoea. M- k Haul, i
are. ia.aaltai.le. Inarrhaw. beneral PabUit), etc..
iia riOoact n aiwDtlautl aiti-aie.1 b theeertiaVates
a urn il. a il arm ha imaaediatalt apnareat upon I
a".-i He wit asaert that 'Cr'ateaa hitters"
i U au reeet aaaa ol l aiicpsia lo sueh as hare i
tc ii. l.r.ie. .i can oolv oromiMi relUf: imt '
I iV; SVT.'4 l'' wi"S.
Sal are ha. e me I.. ir n.nl-t when the
ii ts corraswMail i Miih th. aeenoiua.it inadtrectiias
m want casas Bate aeen eureti n on
" ttlet Dtsurntl sare !mpat.cnL anu
I " erensaoy usatherj all we aak is perslsieoee in
... . - . -' wm. airi t pruur setru ti eaer.
eiae an.: reclaatn. ben either essential ra. iel or
radical ease taauararteed
tiYhPEPMA S'rtm the Hon. Roert 3! r-is. of
I Ketoek. site irsi, iintiwn to the Masnnte
Fiaterfclty 1 1 lha L altol Mates
Ntw Yobk, July IS &.
Deaa-ia. I hate Ured ta the .-bern states
' much i,f the lime la Mississippi for iM.re thau
twentj years, and have han my share o! those e- to
I platan- that aneet the iser ao i pro u iysep.ia.
Tii-s has r-asleieil a regular u.e tf to ics a medical
; rncfti to me. and I am familiar wlti ti e action
I of alt taa s'aadara "hitters' f the day. In my
i plni' n Dime of them is s-i efficacious in the Con
i itesUua ol the Liver am Dyspepsia a Crimean bit
I tars 1 ia. fits after a lair t'tai upon my own sts
teat aol oie,n others to whoui 1 have rt commended
' th-m I ta! we If ihe see freely ued ny per
, nu.-wh se syalein aie enervatad, thai would re
i Kavwaaat eveatual.y euie a large propu.tion of
! Item X t. Mfn riAL t'.S Senator of Cvllf.,rula
, atyss "Y ur 'iiaitio Hitlers are .xcellent ler di
I -sti io, ; mctlts itlarruea oaut-a irritation ef
' ti r -t-iail., al tbe erea'lin or a wfa'desmna apis-
ti e Tho .tplaaeaolly exhilarate.but are lullowed
n, n st aplfi tog r. a.y loa They are the best bit-
teis i susv e ever usau.
a a a a a
The above are written ree-irts, and thousands ct
vert a I tlalemeuts echo tli eta fi,,m other rearers.
t tit Kit AD AliUrT.
FEVcR AND AlsCE. i
trimetn fitters hive proved the most prompt
and thimnrh raaieiv known -sueees.ful when
inlaine hat fadeil, as ditermineii hi- trials In the
nittd States llospltsla at Newark. N J , Fort
llao.nton N.V .and lseuf,rt,S. C.aadiumerous
ea-eaet try where. The Hitters aio warranted to
arrest the chills the grit day. aad ia brief time,
ex el the dlseass from the ? stein so thnmuxhiy
that no renettal f Hoars, it the oircetions lor use are
strictly ailheietl to.
We have numerous certificates of cares of the
aNe mala ly, tut want or reom prevents the In
sertion of only the following, frvm a U. S. Army
s'ur.eon. We refer to circular around bottle fbr
Dr. Whlti head, burgeon, C. S. A., datel D. S.
Hospital. AenaM, N i.tays: 'I cured several
soldiers ou ter tuy eharae of ob-tinate F.ver an4
Ajiie,l.letibaroibn ilfur weeks the usual rtmedy
or Quniae, ant wooM wlthtmt besitatiun use it la
similar caics. '
RIIEUUATISM AND NFrtlULHIA.
HHfcUMATIhJI AND NtURALOIA.
G. W. Piatt, Fsq., Atrlitact Assessor Intercal
Revtnue', Faurth Dittrk't, New York, rays i "I am.
Irom the nature of my duties, exposed to all the
different phatescfweather.oftenratarated to the
person, wet feet, etc., and Late, as a consequence,
been aflieted with colds, chilli, etc , and for a lone
time with Rheumatism i but, since taklnc the
I Crimean Wltirs. I Laielelt nore of tbe effects of
: bad weather, "acd my Rheutaatl.m has entirely dis
Mt son. who Is In the army of Gen. Grant, wrlses
toueksfolluas: ''Father, when an opportunity !
uliers, do not fall to send me tome Crimean Bitters, '
fr ton cannot Ima;lne what a ready relief they !
ore alter exposure. I am never alarmed about j
s'eepiason tbe pound, or Kettine w.t if I use !
I wl heri state that this eoa caiae home on sick
leave-almost a skeleton. A'singn bottle restored
I h'.s appetite anil itrBCKth, so that In two weeks be
I ,waa pronounced able to .in his battery,
JsasErt irr, Jan., ISM. I
Os-XTSt I have been fo two tears csst mneh i-!
flicted at im.rvals with nenralsl. In the i sek "f
i tay neck and head, and ad used all the ui .al te-
,'ni di lor that disease, as pre-crihrtlbv mt phsl- '
clan but without iriavaeut relief I am happy 1 1 I
I sute that tl.e u eta taiiileoi your 1'rlu.ean BU
! WrhascutupleMly sutalue-l the complaint, atd I
carenottx.cne.oed ant attack since t
ENDORSED HY Til E SURGEON GEN U.S.A.
pr. Jneay "nireon A..datod at Beaufort,
' 5pt-' lfi- . ' 'y 1 5,e " r the Crl-
. Uii,c, w, T.urii no sieaicai inrso'or.
win. cpmineuie.1 ths article at oner, and It was in- i
d. rsetl l the hurseon General, wb.. arrlve-i tha '
n at day, and was aware tflU merited success In1
IFta ni.i ... II-ic II.....1..1 . , i .
. . . ,r . " i 'itai. in. uDunmuuiiy ae- i
credl.y all the turiei.iis here that it la j itt the
. . iu aiMMIttl CIU11I7. '
i C IStN BITTERS are especially suited tn
' relieve the
IXKinjl.TlK?. OP ACJE. -tBs;
Iteliililntcd tk CouvnlowCCBt.
SoM ty DruraisU every wnere.
MILLER A C0M Froptletora.
Dsrot 110 Liberty st-i K; Yr
Forsalejiy fiso, v. Goonwia A) Ce., Twtsa.
AT T'ri'E JaMER.Cijf, nbTf.U jl'irA
ti 3c 6?. rtiit i hi ax vs.
ThnnwiaV afternoon. Aue. 10th.
Saturday, " 12th.
Sunday, " I3h-
JLIFE ! LIFE ! LIFE !
IF Lire and Hea'th are valuable why not rue the
proper mtanj to preserve them t If the suum
Is niseed whj run any rUk by nilns medicines that
are deleterious, a ret that Injure yoursyitem f Near
ly all illseases nrlnat witb tte liver. When the
liver Is dlseaseii.lba bile becomes Impure, and tends
todburranzetbewholasjstcin. This In pore bile
passes tntu the Momacb, and produces a bad taste
in the moith. The tonuo becomes fnrrol. altettu
ed with dinloess and n:n la the bead. Ttn Jtrj
then passes lrm the stomach Into tba Eoweti, ana
produces eostireaess.r.nlrealthv htttaors, and an lra
pare lUte or the Blood a?kl tends to eluse the pores
of the skin, which, tpon ekaminaUon, will be found
to be drr arrf husk and It also tends ta diiArrange
the Kidneys, which will show Itself by the ccior and
quantity of the urtne. and as a natural conerueoee
a bTigaraln ol diseases will follow.
Is a eradoate of the London Jfedlcal College, and
has practised In England and America Tor over 17
year with unparalellel success In the treatment or
Noises in th-. Head, Dizziness, and all Dis
cases of the Eye and Ear, Throat,
Heart, Lungs, Liter, Kidneys,
Sptne, Bronchitis, Con
Duipepsia, Piles, Rheumatism. JfC, fe.
The Dr havinsaU'H and extensive pract ca,
experience in the treatment of diseases seueraliy
Is prepared to receive patienuf irine-llealtreatmei t
on the must improved prir,etp'e, and tu tieat tller
dliea es in a ery superior and satisfactory manner,
and in th- msjo-ity ul caaes tu ftr exceed t mist
aanenlneexpeeutionsorthe patent, without re-s-rtlns
t an) unpleasant or trtarms pnicesses.
Dr uaks treaU sueeeatfully all diseases of the
E YE a-T.VJ E.l K
i n the most Improved and modern principles, with
entirely new remedies, and with little or no suCer
Inirt the patient.
The Doctor may be consulted, at the
AMKU1CAN HOTEL, Il'iom No. 80.
From 9 A. 31 until a P M. Consultation 11,00.
CERTIFICATES and REFERENCES
MiLroRD. I'TSieo Co.. V. Y-, 3Iay 9th, l!-64.
This ia Ut certify that I have been slek with
"CaUrrbal Hronchitl.'' fi,r 9 j ears. Last March I
waalnduced b try Dr. Oaks' treatment, which re
lieved toe In tea minutes I used to e nzh half the
nl"ht, and raise on an average as much aj a large
tea cup full of vkid phlesm My sleep was o very
loach aistarbed, that I would awake with nerolng
fever and perspiration. After usinir the Otctur'a
aietticine one month I !nl in Stih 10 pounts. At
Uie end of two months I webched p Lndx nore
than In It arch nrevlous. Mi couch left ma In two
I weeks. The niiht sweats crated in 2 or 3 niehtt
t lfv s.T,r l.ft ms Sir aonetite and sieeD returned
j ln(j ra0 truly say that Ihaveheenasltweraralsed
from ttie dead to newness or nze, ana uns witu
one month's treatment.
Fur references t cheerfully refer to
DOUR RUd-EI.L. Bank ot Coopertown
UtO. n, WORTI1I- GTON.
CIIAS. W. SMITn. Otsegf Hank.
I hcrrl'V eertifr to the t eraeity of the above.
BET8V hJllTII, illlford, Otsego Co., N. V.
niindncss of I'ort'ear's standlugCured
I. Samuel Steere. ol Fly Creek, Otsego Countv,
do hereby cerufy that I have been totallv blind for
roRTV VCARS, ana nave oeen unuer uie treatment
ttf the mott experienced oculists and sureems of
' New Vora, whohtvep-onounced my case Incurable
t I have been under Dr. II A Oaks treatment for
i rcven weeks. 1 have seen him tut three times, and
; for the fl-st time tolav these many years, 1 was en-
' aMed tudlscover objects clearly t ent rots distant. I
I can alo see to real his name on his window shades
which I have done In the presence of witnesses, from j
I excessive delight at returning vision. When I first
, saw the Doctor, I was completely prostrated In j
taaiut lie in lie nas somiiieitivrssiorraiiie.ina
1 1 amvery happy to say that I feel fully tacnty
I ears yt-unr. I am nearly
i . ... . . '
I 1 , l li Q,nltmWOh IU,
WiTSisstt J. A. Kidney and Dr. Calvin Kinney,
Frankfurt, iler.imer County.
tFrsin ftr Vtiej Minting Htr'd J
Fivtcla LACBavKAUS A wnnderlnl cure par
farmed by lr II. A. Oaks bavins came nnder out
Lulice. weieei me reaiesi eooniienee in recoui-
meodlngblt superior treatment to sueh as ma) be
actetea witn uisease oi tne eye. in:s care was
perattruiett after tbe cue hail tteen pronouaee.! by
eufaaent physicians incurable, ant the eye entirely
del irw) ed, and itie detpairetl of. The eye Is a
t.eii, neaiiny ana oruiiaci as ever, and no .me ea
.ltrntheuitrereie. it Is re.liy a werfut c ur
ant would crace any of our 'meHeal reet-r ds
Success to Dr. Oaks anil his superler treatm tnt
which is entire t new.
Utlca, May 21st, 11.
lam Ike t'rim Morning f!rra.'J.l
We take pleaare in reeorttn- another wonderful
curehyDr Oaks. A voungiuan who la eiupl.yed
as aelerk In the establishment ef L. Wilkins, Esq..
i contsciwner. at, ito a meecseriret. utica.was
eoreil ot tutal nnwine a arising rrr-m Amaumsi. lie
' ts now as we J andean see as perfectly as at any
perim oi nis n e
I'tita, August, 11.
Ivit-A, ttimt -il. 134. ;
DaAa Sir Permit me. very respeetlullj.topre- i
eat yiu with this certifitvtte as a toiea ofyuur
nifenul skillaa physician, and ot your deport-
I inentaaa inllcman
her nsire than seven years I have been aiSicteC '
Ith slel ness ora ntture oeculiar to females, ex.
cept that I was bedridden fiir oter two tears, and
una' !e to move withnut a.ststante 1 tiave had nine
dt'ere i: shtslciansin the last two tears, mine ot 1
wntui could help me Indeed, to use thetrnwn words,
''tliey were completely puixlM with my case, and
that all tits medicine in the world ci.uld not restore '
me. nir even help me." After mueh reflection, I
1 consented t try your treatment ; I had beard you i
i so ht'ily spoken ef by those whom you had cured.
) I suoo realite.1 the truth fue m sell, that your supe-
t ric.r ss.il! wai sem-fleiat. and t at tour tre.tioetit
helped me lnles than two weeks. In fiur months :
I I was so muck improved that even mi fliends were
I ast ni.hed. I cuntlaue tn improve, and can now '
i eheertully ads this, my mite, with huodretis of oth-
. eis wbi lives yen lavesavet! and rendered happy.
( Mai God hleasyou. Dr. Oaks, in yrur ennttllu ,
and beneScient mission bi rufierln;; humanity. I
i sballalaays behappy to reply toany who may re- ;
ter to me as to your epahilities and skill.
I I am. dear sir,
1 t- ,r..n
Mrs Jl. E-hREY .
No. , Whltesboro Street. Ctlca. N. Y
For references see circulars to be had athis rooms.
OH e hours, from 9 A. M . until P. M . !
best -it dawly
Atlantic White Lead
and Linseed Oil Co.,
of New York,
Manufacturers of PURE WHITE
LEAD, Dry and in Oil, RED LEAD.
LITHARGE, Glasj-ma'aeri' ReJ
Also, LINSEED OIL, Raw, Boiled
For sale by Druggists & Dcalen
generally, and by
ROBERT COLGATE k Co
7 Pear! Sl, NEW YORK
CITT CLOTHINR IIAL.U
Church St., Burlington, 11.
The subscriber would be; to Inform the Cntmi
or liCHU.tCTo.v a JO Vicimiit that he has openM a
Read y-.Uade Cloth in
' whore can always be found a very larje and tks- j
Irmable stock ot
CLOTH IX. ' I EXT'
VFTIT t KMIW "9S fiftf-lt V
aT . t lm WmW1MW&.
ALSO I HAVa A
connected with mr Ksubllihment where Gcods are
Bade up to order ts the latest style. A Write stock
VESTI5G8 ii od
! kepteonsUntlyonhand. Ihaveencaced the ier- '
vices of an EXPERIICNUKU ClTrrER, who
. will do all ho can to suit those who mar cite me a I
calL Ramembertha place, opposite the .First Ns- '
teavt mux 01 lurun(ton
A. R. bll ATTCCh..
Jane Its dawtf
FBI BETA KAPPA.
BADGES, of tiU Society, beaaUfnlly eniraeed
aad Una jrald, at Mo. I, Baak Bloek.
: Jab list. aUUAaatlinakaUlsDaUnTU.
vi 1 r
si pqn.TA.i i
The great value of
Iron a a 'Medicine
Is well known and acknowledged Kr -
paratlorr of It as will enter the eirrulati. - '
ilmllata at ones with the blood. Tl.i. .
Dr. liases. Massachusetts fctate Ch.r, .. ' t.
a amy asore aaaTiara. m4,,
The Permian Sjrup
s a PROTECTED solution of the PKiit .t .
IRON A NEW DI3COVKUV IN 3IK).,
Wood with it, V1S1 Principle or ufty Li
The Peruvian Syrup
cures Dyspepsia. Liver CompI- lnt, Droo.. ,
andAsue Chrome DIarrhota Lou jf En. ' "
Spirits. -""a ,
The Peruvian Syrup
nrases Strenh Vl;or and Now Life ,nto
tem, and builds up an Iron Constituti...-' '
The Perm inn Sj rup
car" .tcrvous Aitecuons. l-etnale r.
Scrofula, tolls, Scurvey, and all du.t:""
Kidneys and Bladdir.
The Peruvian Symp
sa hPECIFIC furail d'tea-esorisJoath- .
STATE OF Til r;HLOOD. or aeconip&n C '
hility or a L-iw State orthe System
"To all the WEEK the M ORN
The Peni vlar rup is one of Uie few
lfn1" ' " "f a-tiee. and.
ii li;r many b it,D as tnr
.1. ii.ti'ii -feiaiuie-1 by Its or
Aa la tiiiiifir i.. ..e rl
constitution it I... n.. ....... ... . .
f..15'"" " fie tZa"'
.i;V -"' Uwiiibe found 'K
. "."i" niitij i..r weakness asd r!t
The eemacates of it m.. v..... . '
UlU an.l .J-ll. i-t !!.
. r v
. . . . . - .fun ... cumiilliMf an.
r?. ' "'"i a -lu-a eanili.al.t.i.i-M-ti :
e can most unhesiutmmv reeim,.a ,T . '
the wean, the wum. aou Uie. weary. We matt
remarlt voluntart v an.i ,.r T
having richly experienci-l .ts in.tli..-K
TkiM4Mkubm rkansitt .5 it.at.sfl
sify, from arta, aiis.rare tr.arass.. , (.',
Asa.'tAa amikapf! tnani aow.a.uaj tniWi
Ttawtatlf ktitloltt-yn u tfial
Pamphlets CoDUiainscert'iucttes of ears,
recommendations from some .,r the m.t ,..
Physicians. Clero men, aod others, wi.: h. ""
FREE to any ailJres..
roa sale sr
SETH W. FOWLE 1 CO , IS Trea,.,nt t
J. P. DINSJ10RK, 471 Broad- a . New V .r.
And by all Orus;i.tt.
FORTV TEAKS KXl'EKIK.NCE
Hat fully estatdished the -nperi'.r tv t
uedijixc's i:iism si.,e
over all other healing prparatu m.
roa sale bv
8ETII W. F0WLE4 CO., IS Treai' nt st P,
and y all Druxsts and Uroeeraaalat t.
A fARY the ITandmaM of the Lord, bytisuft
11 of tbe 'Cutta. Family.
letters, oy uenry is. inoreau.
Loozlng Around, a novel by A. S rs
A S.n of the oil, a novel
KiltaliieK and our Cavalry.
Life in Cami. ht J. C. Williams
nelie royd in t amp and 1'rtson, wntr-i j j,
self with an iutrotluctiun by Geor.n Asnt
ow. i milt wj
C. O. FRENi H i
P. U. MURRAY.
Draper and Tailor
Oprosite Alter.' i
Tis xasr or Cloths, Caistiseaxa. Vitr-su,
maaM up in tne larrtt and most fasataaas's ft., a
snort notice ana mmt reasonable terms,
ritrvt'll ii iMl'ilirtv ivti-riTrr
I "- - AMERICAN INSTITIT
4 BOARD! NO and DXY SCUOOL fT V r
- V. Ladies. i Frankfurd i..ii. PI
Pa. Rer. N CISnK CVrt. Mr.
This Instit.itli-n ! the eontinGation. un Is- -
t fArorab!e .-ti.titaabnees. ..f'the Trench
Institute liir 'iaaL: Latliea. ei.ndaete.1 ti V -
o Itev N. "ra It presents s.-i e dist:n...e-i
mat wilt part cular.y interest those whi.
eomineteselsia I their daughters. Its lso
location, its fal i rpa of miwt experteneeil la-
twr, tnrts,niHisin-. oi ail its aepartmeni. ,
neij-ntwrbooit t . tho city, aieall facilities that d
in equal dexre. iu no utter sehm.L
For circular". p!n aldreas the Principals.
Au;. It ditaa AwIid
ATLANTIC 31 AlsAZINE frr Ansuit.
Iloraat Home " '
Eclect'e alaica'lne '
Our ton; Foil's May "
Dearest'3 Mirror "
lltllou's .Monthly "
Leslie's New Menth'y ' "
Received awl tar salo sir
. . E. A. FCLLKR.
FOR THE HAfiDKERCHIEF.
A TIs.I Kvitiiatl ISel itle -nil Tra.
arnnt Peefisme. ZSi.lilleH f a mi Ik
Itnrs nitit Iteiittlilitl I'lottee fraai
aehlelt It taltra ii nnm.
Manruactureil only by I'll tl.ot A PT'
t Beware of Counterfeits.
Jill f.tr Vltntnti'MT-k- otn'r
Sold by dmsts cenerally.
Winter's Jletalc Hroivn Taint
T Is pure oxide of Iron aad Maneansse. Itn:,
Areadilvwitb Linseed Oil. taklnic two callous
tier loi lbs. than any mineral, and possess V I
oouy man anraitner paint, jt xorms a giosay.
fading, durable metatie coot, protecting wood
decay, aad Iron or other metals from rust or ce"-
Ion. i ' I
i . It dees not reirulra grindlnc, ami Is warraststn
rive satisfaction for paintln-c Railway Cart HJ
I Itrldeealleusea, rtarcs. Hulls and Decks tf
Tin .shlnde Roof Ae.
U. r.HAlUUAUk o
Paints aud Va.nl'h Manufactureri Sols
for New En;!ard Mates
MoreiS Broad Streat, Jisa.
Boston, Oct i. 1,5m. dij3a
CAR. PET SWEEPERS
TOR SALE KT
T?0 R SALE-A Splardld Show Case, which will f
i a soiaatinecostcrtaeulass.
S. S. BROWN.
,-. , . No- .Central Block. Chareh St
Bqrlli.Eton. Vu.-Jarrh a l
WtlEBLER a Wlf.SliN'KSewinE Vachinei.
lowestN'.Y OIryiPrlojs for salehv
ti. W. A 0. G
1FM PS, all sites, f.V sale ny
l os. (trayPGitiTACO.
MiVEX-I IIIR'I Y TltKAbl RY
Iinilcit JStatc SccuriUc.
of all deeri-tioaa hoa;ht and sold at the
MKnCIIAXTS .VATIOXAl. I5.K
Batlinjton, Auz.3. 1i Jaatf
X MATTER OtJ INTEREST.
T0 TE.C1IERS ami PapM. "Pierce's r-'
1 Slates" Ulvethemauialandyou wlllbs!1'
iaacd i f thtir rupericrtty to tbe eemmon slate-,
For sale br C". 0. F .ENCU
MECHANIC . It) VS.
' CTEAM F1RR ENU1NES. Omnibuses,
O Oiis. RabbiU. Mice, Squarrels Ac. Ao. s"
au is I
, iusui; oroer a- - av. u. uaii
Dae, 19 " " . Bank