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THE B UKLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING. ,TAjST. 5, 1866.
New Publications. Hawer'b Magazine for January, contains ' another chapter of " Armadale." an article made up irom a work the Harpers have in piesa, " the Northwest Passage by land," illustrated with fifteen larc and nc wood cuts, three little focus, illustrated, the commencement of a short story " An Inter national AUair " "o. I of cn eff ay on Holidays," and a number more of intcr Clting articles. The publishers announce that the " 3Ionthly Bcccrd " is to bo so ex tended as to present a careful sketch of the doings of Congress, the present scs'ion. For sale by Fuller. Field, Gcneoat, Hosru.iL and Puifox ; by Mrs. P. A. Hanaford. Bos-ton ; Dinsmoor 4 Co. This work appears to be a compilation, from letters of army coircspondcnte, books, newspapers and other sources, of tketches ett interesting scenes of the wjr. The author announces it as her intent thereby to keep in memory some of the heroic deeds of dar ing, the Christian acts of self-denial, the un shrinking fortitude, the patient endurance, the pure patriotism of our brave boys who followed the dear old flag." For sale by C. 0. French & Co. The Atlantic Montult lor January con tains rather more than the usual amount of light reading, " Dr. Johns," a t-tory by Miss Harding, ' the High Tides ol Decem ber," Beauty and the Beast." a story of Russia ; ' Griffith Gaunt," " The Chimney Corner", by Mrs. Stowe but that can hard ly be called light reading, for it is a chapter on Reconstruction, " The bells of LTiin," a little poem by Longfellow, and " Castles in the Air," a longer one by Bryant, " Passages from Hawthorne's Note JJjok " and other articles. Tieknor and Fields, announce the com mencement of a new periodical, neit week, to be entitled "Every Saturday" and to con tain the choiccbt selections from foreign mag azines and papers, in an attractive and in expensive form. It is stated that T. B. Al dricb, the poet, will supervise the publica tion. - The ability and tact of this publish ing house arc a sure guarantee of the sue cess if this undertaking. The subscription price is to be 5 per year, or 10 cents p;r single copy. Hours at Home for January, N. Y., Scribner & Co. This numlxr contains sev eral artie'ej of much interest, a very prttty Christmas story, n poem by Gilmorc Simms the novclut who hasn't written much fur northern publications lately an article on names by Prof. Upson of Hamilton Collrge, and another on Typographical Elocution by Pror. Y. C. Conant. L. Scott & Co., New York, continue their reprints of the leading British Reviews and Blackwood's Magazine, at very reasonable prices, which will be more than repaid by the value and intcrist .f these works to any intelligent reader. Blackwood was never more racy than now, though it has so strong a spice of secession in all its American ar ticles. Godets Ladv's Book. Mr. Gley gets out a big number for January 1SG6. Among the attractions in its list of contents arc a line engraving entitled the Farewell Sermon; large colored fashion plate ; colored slipper pattern; new styles or bonne ts. Caps, Child ren's Dresses, Cloaks, Capes, Mantles, Embroidery patterns : work enough to keep any lady busy for a year. Among the literary features are stories by Marion Har land, Miss Eliza Leslie, Mi?a Annie Frost and others. Godcy is well worth its price to any lady. The Kentucky Legislature is taking back tiacks in a very loose way. It has repeal ed the oath of allegiance for voters, the law giving civil remedy for damages done by the disloyal, and pardoned all traitors against the State. The Kentuckians arc evidently mad at the abolition of slavery without their consant. Tuk Late Stobu, was very severe on the coast, and numerous marine disasters arc re ported. At Nantucket, a Hamburg ship, the Newton, came on shore Sunday night and went to pieces. All hands were lost. One man alone ewam nEhorc, but died from cold after walking half a mile along the beach. A schooner also, went on shore and all hnnds, seven in numlicr, were lost in an attempt to reach the land. It is somewhat curious to notice, says the Army and A'ory Journal, that the 4 inch plate iron, 27 inches wide by 7 feet long, with which the cae-cmates of the rebel ram Stonewall are plated, has the French trade mark of a rolling mill at Tours. Her guns and mahogany gun carriages are marked Sir Wm. Armstrong & Co , Newcastle-upon Tync England : and the dials or indicators in the casemates, by which the motions of ber machinery are regulated whilst the ves sel is in action, arc marked in Danish. Al though built in France, she also lias a pair of patent English anchor bits, which apperr to be of a very good pattern. A Connecticut man is pushing through tbe patent office a new machine for manufar- turing the coffee berry out of flour, to 1 it tbe case of those who go on the old plan "buy your coffee and grind it yourself." This is a contrivance fully worthy of the wooden nutmeg State. Feok Emorr. By the last arrival from Europe, at New York last week we learn that Governor Eyre of Jamaica, has been suspended from bis functions, pending offi cial inquiry into the Jamaica troubles. Another of the Fenian leaders, O'Dono Tan, had been sentenced to penal servitude fcr life. It is reported that France has given Ens land nx months' notice to terminate the Ex tradition Treaty because of tbe strict formal ities required before French offenders are given up. A Sincclar Case. OnChritma day the Rev. Theodore L. Cuyler of New York mar ried a couple, the bridegroom ling a re turned volunteer soldier, whj hai Iain five hours in a nuffin in a deodhousc attached to one of our military hospitals, where he bad been placed hy order of the surccon, he sup posing him dead. Signs of animation were discovered before it was too late, and the soldier was restored to health and has taken a wile to himself to make happy his future days. nal ! of AIo I'lii.pgraph cf msny of the OtBcers, both i Inat clas or Tellows who made elave- I t;B.y i,d in grour., cf tbe different Vermont i tradinc their biiemeta in irrima havo cot Kegiraente, talen at the time they were mustcr-in'-O difficulty with their dchtors for " l.u-' id ut list summer. man cattle" The dehte.15 fiend that the jiEvD's Srairg or Etiiax a lies The ad warliaa ruhhed them of the value of their rn.ters ol this rplen Jid wctk cf art can obtain a ilavca, and that thej havo no right, there- , fine card Photograph of it at Stjlci' Vermont fore, to pajr for them. GaUory of Art , I The Pioneer Ball. Mark Twain, in tlie 1 Virginia En'crpnsr, poi the following ! cl.aractcristiu description of ''noticcatle cos- 1 tutnis' at the Pioneer Bill. It io a clever eatiro on Jenkins ; ' . attired in an elegint it mi, Torher and irM rn-xt p.teslv icr her, anltvas great- Mrs W. M. waj "1Ft..JiCi-Ctr,1iU-.firal. 7.M,s. 0 W was tastefuny dressed ia.a tout j S&ISTJa WfbS.SS4 " p Jour policy. . Ton plunged u. Into The charming Miss SUM a appeared in a lour years of bloody civil war to perpetuate thrilliDg waterttll, whose e::cecJiug grace and lvery nd to Bake the ideas of slavery do volume corapclleJ the homijte of pionttrj an minant in Christian and republican Amen cmigrants alike. How teautiful the was ! ; ca. Wc resisted your aggressions before the Ihe queenly Mrs L. R. was attractively at-! EPle- w shrunk not from civil war. tired in her new and beautiful false teeth, and , M c mct tbe contest Tou fought bravely the ion jour effect they naturally produced was wortny 01 a Better cause ; Out you were ao beightcued by her enchanting and well sustain i fcated, crushed, annihilated, ground to pow ed smile. Ttc manner of the Inly is charming- ' der. Not a flag of yours waves between the ly pensive and melancholy, and her troops of capital and the Rio Grande. Not a rebel admirers desired no greater happiness than to soldier bears a rebel bayonet anywhere. get on tbe scent of her Sozadnt-sweetrned sighs, and track her through htr sinuous course ncionj tbe iy and rertSc multitude. Miss IL I'., with that repugnance to ostenta tion in dress whi.'h is so peculiar to her, was attired in a simple white lace collar, fastened with a neat pearl-buttcn Solitaire. The fine contract between the sparkliDg vivacity of her natural optic and the steadfast attentiveness of her placid class eye, was the subject of general and enthusiastic remark. The radiant and sylph-like Mrs. T., late of your State, wore hoops. She showed to good a J vantage, and created a sensation wherever the appeared. She was the gaves: of the giy. Miss C. L. B. had her fine nose elegantly enttneleJ, and the easy grace with which she blew it from time to time, marked her as a cul tivated and accomplished woman of tbe world: its exquisitely modulated tone excited the ad miration of all who had the happiness to hear it. Eeing oQVnded with Miss X , and our ac quaintance having ceased permanently, I will take this opportunity of observing to her that it is of no use fur her to be slopping off to (very ball that tikes place, and nourishing around with a brass oyster-knife skewered through her waterftll, ami smiling htr sickly smile through her decayed teeth, with her dis mil pug ncse in tbi air. There is no use in it she don t fool anybody. EserjboJy knows she is old; everybody knowssheisrepiired (you mieht almost stv built) with artificial bones, and hair, and mucles and things, from the ground up put together scrap by scrap and cferybodr knows, aim. I bit all one would have t do would be to poll out her ley-pin and she wouia go 10 piecas line a umncse puzzle. There now. my faded flower, tike that Diragraph home with you and amue toursell with it; and if ever you turn your wart of a nose up at me again, I will sit down and write something that win just mate you rise up ami howl. Xrw Items. On Friday last, enow was four feet deep un sume oi me roaasnear yucDcc. The Legislature of Virginia has adopted a touching appeal to West Virginia to reunite herselt with the "Uld Dominion. (Jen. Ilixsker lies at his residence in New Uork completely paralzcd, bcinc unable to read or write. Apples are selling in Connecticut, at 2.aOa barrel a decline of oO pei cent, in a month. An Ohio girl of 16, who had worn boys' clothing for seven years undetected, was re cently lodged in a lnis' reform school in Michigan and her real sex discovered. The Fenians are so mueh amused at the row they have kicked up on both tides the water, that the other day they laughed till they split. Mr. Robinson, editor of the Fayettcvillc (N C) T.mes, has been arreste-d an 1 taken to Raleigh, under military orders, lor writing generally againi-t the government. The London Times is very sweet upon the L'mtid States, and gives its gracious consent to our aiquisiiion ul both Canada and Mex ico, provided Canadisns and Mexicans con sect, and our couisc he honest. Speaker Colfax is reported as putting his opinion hs to nruiwtruction into this sensi ble adaptation of Shakespeare : "Il 'twere well dune if we are certain that it wero well dune then 'twere well it were done quickly ; but if 'it were not well done when tir dune, then wc should make haste slow ly." Secretary Stanton has issued an order, set ting apart all the ground upon which the massacre of Fort Pillow occurred, for the purpo.-e of erecting n monument thereon, to tbe m mory of the toldiers who were butch ered there. Canadian immigration statistics are not a very pleant sulject of contemplation for our Canadian cotiniporancs. The number of iiiiigrants who arrived in Canada this year, is 21.355. which is 2 203 more than last year ; but of these, 1S.S73 came over tbe border into the United State to settle, leaving less than 2 500 to be added to the population of Canada. The last half year has been the best six months ever known by the manufacturers of cotton. About S80.0UO worth of defaced and mu tilated cuirency is dtstroyed hy burning per day, at Washington, and jfOU.UUU worth lirinted. The President i said to be in excellent health ut th- present time. He does not feel eate. as Mr. Lincoln did, and therefore thrives in tl e midst ol cjcitemcnt. The auction sale of coal at New York on Wcdntsday showed a decline of from $2,12 a ton on lump caul, to $3,80 a ton on grate, as compared with the October sales. At a public liall in Vieina an eifScer be came entangled by the crinoline ol Ins part ner, and, railing, broke one of his legs ; the lady, rolling mer him in her turn, fell on the other hg and fractured it likewise. ScniMes i to be tried by a naval court for violating the usages ol war, in that after hoisting the white flic on the Alalama he cs caicd to avoid actual surrender, and did sule qucntly, without having becnexchan; ed, engage in hottilitie?. The llichmond Times laments that the fine old Viiginia gent emen, who carried gold- headed canes and were the pride of society, arc rapidly uving oil. itascrines the unu i-ual mortality to their use of new apple brandy during the war, instead of good old liquors, and to other deprivations and anxie ties. The Loui'vi'lle Journal has been compell ed ny me advance ol printing pajfr to twenty-five e-e-nis per pound to increase the price of its daily isuc Before the war cood printing paper could be obtained at ten cents jier und. .it at. I'aui. in .Minnesota, the mercury marked 25- Uluw zero on the 14th of De cember. L'l ie-ago and Miluaukie, bad thiir parte in Iting out in the Cold, the ihcr m laii-U-r marki g. rtspectively, 8 a 10 be low zero. The West Iwats the Fast in cold. Scrap. The iiurnejinan lioiler-makcrs of Balli- mure ar on etrile for higher wages. That class alway i "strikes" fur its pay. TI o musicians in,New York are compro mising with the managers. They have not accorded well. When the Prniar.a break loose won't they murder the Queen's English! X musician in S.ilzbori; is playinir the piano with a elolhesbrush. A paper in the interest of one of onr pol itieiai s UPls tfat Lc "can Hand on his intellectual capital. it c suppose it mtans that he cm stand on bis bead. Lou. Jour Aumiral Farragut "grabbed" a penwip- r at the I!rikln Fair. He gave the fair attendant $20 to bo let off. I A New York Bohemian says the color of ' credit is dun. M Ges. Stasnabd. A splcndil card Photograph Cen Stannard fr sale at Siyles' Gallery. What we Wast. If there is a word in j tte English language that means twenty j I of servili ty and cowardice, it is that , 1 word conservative. It never ought to lie on i i the lips of an American citizen. I hope too, ' fir, that wc are not to make apologies here. i The way to settle this question is to ear to the rebels ' W'p dn not want tn degrade Voti ir- r,cuc13' c do not want to atrgraac joti. y?e t misted for twenty years your ag- Wc have resisted for twenty years your ag- Wc do not seek your lives or your blood, and you have but little property for us to sick il we would. All we ask is this, and this wc shall have, as cure as God rules the world. ) e have the men emancipated bv war, emancipated by legislation, emancipat ed ny proclamation ot the martyred presi dent, emancipated by that grand crowning act the Constitutional amendment. Wc shall have these men as free as you are to tread proudly their native hills. I want every rebel and every rebel sympathizer, every repentant and unrerentcd rebel in the land, to understand that the loyal men of tins country, who voted their blood and treasure, and who gave their sons for the piesci vation of the Union and the cause of liberty, have sworn it thev have written it on the lids of their Bibles, they have en graved it on their door-poets that these men shall be free, indeed not serfs, not slates; and that no black laws or unfriend ly legislation shall live on the statute-book of any community in America. Henry wuson, oj Mass. Oorwi.v. Hardly had Congress ceased to eulogize the deceased Judge Collamcr when death struck down, with an unexpected blow, another old school politician, Thomas Corwin. He also had debated with Webster, and Clay, and Calhoun, and in his day he was the most cflcctive orator of the North west. Physically he belonged to a class that is passing rapidly away massive and rotund in form, yet with a polished ease and courtesy of manner that is rarely seen now-a-days. His complexion was so dark as to occasionally lead to his being mistaken for an indian or mulatto, yet his plump features were pleasing, and his eyes were irresisti ble, as they rolled about from one object to another, sparkling with intelligence, or twinkling with merriment. His old friend Lincoln, who like himself was a " poor white" Kentuckian. transplanted into a free State, was not a better story-teller, and whenever Tom Corwin rose to speak, whether in Congress, or in court, or on the stump, he was sure to illustrate his remarks by appropriate anecdotes. Wash. Cor. Romantic Suooti.nc ArraiR. Ten years ago a little girl named Frances Dayton, who lad lost her mother and was neglected by her father, was Liken charge of by Wm. II. Russ of New York, who educated her, ob tained a situation for her brother, nnd re cently had her installed as a bookkeeper in his own place, the National Mexican Loan Co , 57 Broadway. He bad rooms fitted up lately, where they might all three live Ugethcr. The young lady, from some un known cause, refused, and went to board with a respectable family in Brooklyn. She is now 21 years old, has been a trance speak ing medium. Saturday afternoon Russ saw her home, and when near Clinton street, drew a revolver and shot her through the head She fell and he fired again twice. He escaped from bystanders, went to the dock and jumped overboard. The tide was out, and as there was but a foot of water, he could not drown himself. He floundered out, shot himself twice in the head, and though one eye was destroyed, the balls glanced around the outside of his head and lodged behind. 11c was found stiff and fro zen, taken to the hospital, and one ball and part of the other extracted. He say; it is no use ; he will kill himself; he docs not care to live ; and he desires that the girl shall die ; says he shot ber lor her ingrati tude. Miss Dayton has bad two of the balls extracted, but the third is still in her brain. She can talk, is comfortable but it is a doubt ful case. A Merchant Shot in His Bed Rooji. Mr. Francis Smith, provision dealer of 252 Grand street, Williamsburg, N. Y., a young man ol 24 years, counted bis receipts at his store, at 12 o'clock Saturday night, when several strangers were pretcnt. There was $1220. At 4 o'clock next morning he was awakened by his wife's screams. Looking up he saw a burglar with a pistol, who said, " Your money or your lite." Mr. Smith drew the coverlet over his head. The robber tore oQ the bed clothes, gralbed the package of money which was inside, and ran. Smith jumped, seized him, raised him from his lcet, when the robber bred three shots, and Mr. Smith fell. The robber escaped by a window to a shed, and jumped thence fifteen feet. A portion of his vest remained in Mr. Smith's hand, and his fur-trimmed cap was Ielt in the room. One ball has been extract ed from Mr. Smith's stomach ; the other in his pelvis ; and his recovery is doubtful Batter has had but a slight sale to-day. buvers being very reluctant in payine 40 cents for the best qualities. St. Albans Messenger. Zath. polhfrnrifj. S.C. SI'KAIl J CO. tlpolhccavics A' Oruggis DEALER IX PA TEXT SlZJllClyES, CHEMICALS, OUROICAL xnd Dentil Initmmmta tv.i.' O Foils, Mineral Teeth, Trusses and Supporters, Shoulder braces. Bandages, Leeches, Mineral Wa ter", lirussisfs a l&ss Ware, Brushes, Bird Seeds, rerlamerv. Flardrini? Extract. KnUi kwv.. Herbs, Djo Stuffs, inis, Camphene, BornlnE Fluid EiVo article of inferior quality kept. AMOS C. SPEAR, EDflARBCRRITT, Church St. Bortlnrtcn, Vt April I. IS65. att goofcbimltnj. Burlington Book Bindery. WILLIAM SCOTT. WOULD respectfully announce that he Is pra pared to execute all orders with whirl, h A.. . be favored In the above line, with care and prompt- OLD HOOKS RCwiOUXD. UVSIC, UjaAZl.VES, PAMPHLETS, 4e., e.. bound in any desired style. Account-Books of all kinds made to order. Paper 37 Orders by mail will receire promU attention. 1 lltAiUABLK. Address. Wit. Rf!nTT (OEceover Huntington's Book Store. Husif. TEE POPULAR COLLECTIONS. . .or PIAIYO FORTE MUSIC. Home Circle. (Piano Solos ) 2 vols. bllrerchord. (Songs. Ballads, 4c.) bhtwerol Pearls. (Elegant Duets.) Operatic Prarla (VoctlGems of tne Opera.) Gems of German Song. (Choice VocaL) Price of each Volume. Plain $2 .V) Cloth 3 CO Cloth, Full U lit tj.0 . A new volume ofthls Series. "GEMS nPRt. CRrJD SONG," is la press and will soon bo ready Also la nrecaration. "GEMS OF Scottish bO.NG " Copies of the above will he mailed, post-paid on receipt ct the price. OLIVER DITSON 4 CO., Puilishers. 277 Washington Street Boston. Dec. 13. dtf. oots sinfl liow. ES'3 BUCKSKIN OVERS, as PRO CITY'S. IAD'ES', Misses' and Children's Arctic Overshoes, J Rubber bottom. A good, waim article for the season, at PROCTY'S LADIES' MISES AND CUILDRENS' GOAT Button Polish Boots, made high, douhle soles. A good, warm article fcr the reason. Stock and Work warranted. Anew pair tjren In exchange for any that may prove laperfect. A. PtOUTY, Das.IL lilCkurohBtrest .US. gtUsrfUanfcuijs GENERAL, SOITTIIERX LAND AGEXCV. No.C2 BROADWAY, NEW VORK. Have Lands adanteil to all TinrDoe far 1n and j U0,W "i- ,lj0 lactones, baw and J."11' Ml" Sites. Water-power Country St Tanneries, and openings for 1I kinds of Mecni Great ndueementa offered to persons solas ft least, at low rates. Also Factories, Saw and Gliit i try ttores, Mechanics. oerfioni pdIq!? KanSh. either tnzf or in communities. Call or send for information and Catalozues. WRIGHT, CARTER CO. SOCTnERX Lixtv EMICTtATlOy. A3D PRoDCCT COMFAS1-. Jfo.71 Broad a-ay, near Wall street, y. T. 02er for sale 4,000000 acres of the lines t and most val uable Land In the Southern Mites at exoeeilas 1 ? rices. Tracts from I (CO to Suu.ooo aires. Cotton lantatloos. Farms, Miciral and Tlmter Lands.ets. Iron Wort s and r urnaces.Cval Lands, cUl er Mines, etc. Titles guaranteed. W. H. QCINCV, Secretary. FOR SALE IV VIRC1V1A. S ill ALL FARMS, OX JAMES RIVER, oxe dcjdbid jxris axt crwasD. Rich "bottom lands,"" adapted to the cultivation cf Grain and Produce, well watered and easy commu nications with markets. The climate here enables farmers to work all the winter, and Stock does not require stabling over a month. Pi Ice. !.' to fU per acre, according to iinpioitmtnlt. Also for sale. Mills, Mixias Laans and PLaaranoxs. Applr earlr to A. B. WARREN, 11 Merchant's Exchange, Boston. iriI-SOX'S EAKLV IIUCKUERRV, Tl Large, Sweet, and Productive, ahead or all other hlsctberries la market, and brlns more money. Price, oer mail, I Plant, l; 12 Plants, f 21 PuiLaOELraia IUtrutanr, 2 Plants. $1 i li Plants $5. Send for Catalogues gratis. WILLIAM PARuV, Cinnamlnson, N. J. GEORGE W.DERRY Jt CO., naacracrrREKS a.id dulirs a Walnut, Chestnut, and l'alutcd LHAIICm: FUKIVITL'KE, Refrigerators, Bureaus, Ward robe,&c. I and 2 Holmes' Block, Uaymarket Square. llOSTOX". THE AMEKICAX SUBMERGED l'L'MI T AS awarded two hisils at the lateCharltable IT Mechanic's fair. Lu-itnn it l il,. ttm i.. most durable, CBEarE&T force pnmp made. Entire- I ly of cast Iron, has mo ricKtao or pacKin vaLVts, I cannot get out of order. Delivers from Ju gals to to- i UAI gals. per minute. Ever)' pera can vt suited ac cording to bU wants. Suitable for farm-house. factory , ship, and general use. It Is an adml able nre Kugiue. At DEVEREUX 4 CO., General Agents, 15 Merchants' Row, lioston. THE SALEM. LEG.' Ij-URNISIIED BY GOVERNMENT TO SOLDIERS All who desire an Artificial Leg, unriralled for comfort, convtnitnce, tconomy ana gaixct, please send for a circular to the oALrDI LEU COMPANV. balem, Mass. CHEVALIER'S LITE FOR TIIE HAIR Will restore Gray Hair to Its original eolr,tlrtnsik tKtmdpromotti the growth of the weakest uair : itoos its falling out in three da) a ; keeps tho head, clean, cool, and healthy ; can be used Irtelj con tains nothing injurious. Tit But lUtr lr. ng our offirtd to He pitlic. It is recommended and us ed by tbe first medical authority. 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These celebrated pens, of GENUINE AMERICAN MANUFACTURE, are for sale to the trade at their warehouses, 12 Jonx Street, New York, and 4R3 ARCB bTRKET, PlULAPELPniA, and at retail by all stationers and booksellers In the United States. PATENT OFFICES. Inventors who wish to take ont Twit. p.,. siDWTiim wciiuoHi wun jiessrs, "Lft.iieu., editors ol the Scientific Amerlran. whn hs. secuted elaires before the Patent Office for nearly Twent- Years. Their American and E ireoean P. tent Agency Is the most extensireintbe world. A pamphlet, containing full Instrnetlnna in ln,.n. tors, is sent gratis. Address MUNN 4 tO.,Na37 Park Row, New Ycrk. II. WIXSLOWA; CO.. (Eitabllshed 1660. 100,000 iVnlchej, Chains. Silver Artl- cles, iVC, WORTH ISOO.CCO ! ! To be sold at one dollar each, without regard to varue, ana not 10 oe paid lor until ) oa know what)ou are to get. to-A arLt.iriD list or articles, 100 Gold nuntlng cased Watches, tllSOO 100 Gold Watches. 7000 200 Ladles' Gold Watches, sjoo COO Ladles' and Gent's Silver Watches. in m 1000 Revolving Castors. IS 00 to iq rsi 3000 Drinking cups, 710 to 1000 SOOOOral and Chased Gold Bracelets, 500 to lOtO 901 Vest, Neck, and Guard Chains, 5 00 to 1000 30nJ Ladies' California D. amend Rlnrs 3 (il tn m KM) Slazie Sorlnz and ftnao Lockets. 4 m tn mm 10000 Gold Pens with Silver Mounted Holders. a rsi tn c v 1CCC0 Gold Pens with Silver Extension e ases, t CO to r. m 8000 SeU Ladies' Jewelry, 6 00 to 10 00 ,' A 5000 Tea, Dessert and Table Spoons, A. ner dozen. lSrvitnoim 60C0 Dessert and Table Forks, p dos It 00 to 21 0) 4(00 Butter Knives, per pair 6 00 to 10 Or) 3H00 Nankin RInes. ner Dalr cm tn in ,i 31000 other articles 4 00 to 10 10 Certificates of all the various articles, statin what each one can have, are first put Into enve lopes, sealed up and mixed l and when ordered are taken out without regard to choice and sent bv mall thus giving all a fair chance. On receint It u.w v. . j " ... . - u, j u u tsy uare, aua then It is at your option to send one dollar aad tale I the article or not One of these envelopes will be sent hr malt celptnf23centsi Ive orl ; eleven for 12 t thlrtr for $5 ; sixty-lire for S 10 , one hundred lor lis AGENTS wanted everywhere. Greatlndnoementa to Ladles and Genu to act as such. Fall not to IMI,n.UlSi AMUC1S, 0 . 11. s . WINSLOW s Ato. Anssrvauway, slew aora. AGEXTS WANTED I.V ALL IMRTS OK THE COL'XTBr roc THE MILITARY. VXD XAVAL HISTORY orrcE REBELLION IN TIIE UNITED STATE?. PablPheJ by D. ArpLETOX 4- Ca, and now ready for delivery. It Is designed to be a standard work, , more complete than any that has been cr may be ' hereatttr published. Complete In one royalcotavo volume of over 600 double-Column pagea, and Illus- ... , -...... , r.wim. - 1 .A ! nearly 103 well executed caps and charts. India- i peasaoio re;aisi:cs v stica a wore, i; aiso cr.ntau a an elaborate Index of contents, cf20clo!ly printed pages, by means of which any Important event cf the rebellion can at once be referred to, or the ca reer of any particular eSccr. or the operations of any particular comman-t, can be traced cut la de tail. In ha'.f Turkey Morocco, dark, 60; In halfp.us. ! sla extra gilt, $7 W i In fu 1 Morico antique) gilt edges, ) W la rail Russia, $9 00. Pal able ca de livery. The workwlllbetoHonlrby subscription. Ex clusive territory cin. and liberal terms fferd. I riNsMuOi:CO.,25Corahlll Boston. "TI T ANT EI Agents to sell onr Goods or the best 1 1 Patent Right that has ever been offered to tbe public. The machine Is more unlveisaliy used, and pays a larger profit to Agents, than an patent artlcl In tbe market. Patent Rights bcuht and soli at 73 Cornlilll, Boston, up stairs. OSes hoars from 10 a. v. to 2 r. v. D OS CORN A CO. GODEV'S LtDY'S ROOK. ARTHURS HOME MAGAZINE Both Magazines one year, for JI.W. For tale by News Agents eeryhcie. Address L. A. OODtY orT. S. ARTHUR 4 CO. Phlladelnhla, Pa. AGEXTS WANTED. Ql flfi A MONTH will be paid foayonag men to Ol UU engage In a new and honorable business. Both local and travelling agents wanted. For cir culars and terms addrt-ss L. L. TODD A CO., 39 Nas-au st New York. DR. STRICKLAND'S MELLIFLUOUS COUGII BALSAM is warranted to euro C mghs. Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma.WboopIngCough, Sore throat. Consumption, and all the affections of the Throat and Lung?. For e le by Druggists. CO cents per bottle. eieo. C.tioodwtn 4- Co., ZT HancverStreet, Bost-n, Sole Agents for New England. Dr. STKICKLAND-S PILE REMEDY has cured thousands of the worst cases f Bj.i.d and bleeding Piles. It ntves immediate rel.cf and effects a per manent cure. Try It directly. It is warranted to enre. For sale by all Druggists. 5" cents per bottle. Geo. C. tlo-dwia4 t.,37 Hanover street. Boston, Sole Agents for New England. wlSmS (flotluiuj. clothing: clothing:: Having purchased the store formerly owned by A. IS. SIIATTCCK lam now prepared to offer to my customers and tbe public generally a stock of F a II an I W i n t c r CLOTHING Aud tleuN ruriiiihln? Ooods, of grevt variety and unrivaled eicellenoe at prleu whieh customers apprecute as COM1 ARATIVELY LOW. OCT CUSTO.1I DEI'A KTn EXT, l-eiag under tbe supervision of MR. H ''- RICH. AKDsONof boston Is well supplied and is be-iag constantly replenished with the most DESIEABLE FABBICS of American and toreijn Manufacture, Com prising the leading varieties of Oicreo-iting-. t:o4lin". PatitaluooiiiUrta anil Voting rnsmnmtnalnH fcr a Itat ssfttimasof difficalt Drn- BuaeatM) blob. wiU In eaade to order in the most approved manner at satisfactory prices A. PLiTr. mhwIm ut Nattrmfil Btuili tharab St Bawlutatoa, Vu Nv. 11. 1365. dawtt REIDY-MADE CLOTHING. f lilIK saNaerlber barlas; ratumcd from New Turk 1 with a large assortment of Fall and Wlater cssade. otter, tbem to b eat' tent of Burlington svad rtelnlty at tbe low eat market price 7" Custom work attended to as formerly. P. B. MURRAY Earlington. Sap in. IS6S. X U W f A R R I V A I. Of a lart and well selected stock of READY M AD E CLOTH I S G OF OCROWX M.l.VlT.lCTL'ltB, Consisting la part of SEir STYLES Of BUSHES SUITS, TIXE BLACK COATS A.yD PJ.VTS, JKD DOl-S CLOTHIXO, All of which we are enabled to ocfrr at Uw very ssnan pnovs, X O . a A, 3 Ui .V K II H) C It . I1URLIXGT0N, VT. Factor,, .. 55 Dty St. .V. 1. Dec.S.-dtf. CULVER 4 TURK, ALEXANDERS KID CLOVES TUp "OS "EWCATE COLORS suitable far X rartles. a fuU supply of sizes at COLVER4 TURKU No. 2 .t 3 Hank Dloek. (Srorrrirs. WELLINGTON'S NEW ROOT.CLTTER rphls now root cutter Is warranted to give Htfcfsc. wvu. sot saio a. I'ElKUKa OURRALL'S iron separating earn stWller "J at PEIRCES. ;SLEDS, SLEU!,.SLEDS. ' PUE lst assortment In the State, A at PKIRCE3. inn bM' witr apples for sale XKJJ at PEIRCES. rjU'BS and ralta by the dasen.J -1- at PKIRCE3. A assortmsat of tnlts frotaTScU ts S,0D IS at PKIROES. fJ0P ONIONS, a very few, at PEIRCES. nL?T"J,s WRINGERS suitable for not.lscr w ooaiumguouies, at I'tlllCEj. OTIUTTON S YEAST CAKES, a fresh lot. at PUIRC; UIRCES. grERM OIL, beet quality at Sept. 30 PEI.tCE5. GROCERIES A.1D PROVISMO .V CHOICE 1'AMILY RKOCERIES, Yankee iVotions, and other Notions at LONERGAN i MONAnAN"S. West side Square. Sept 11 HICKORY NUTS. FEW BBLS. very nice Hickory nuts at HARTS. Dee. if.. No. 4 Bank Block. colour iv 05rain. TIIE CELEBRATED "Chamberlain" Flour. P.nnton, New York Stntc.Suranac, And other Brands. Also, FRESH GRODNO INDIAN MEAL. OAT M EA L, II O M I V V . A N D G RA II AM FLOOR. Feed ol all kinds at the lowest prices. For sale by V a . nUNOERFORD 4 WAINWRIOHT Dec. 14 dtf Hoohs nnd fila.ioncrij. HOLIDAY PRESBXTS. A Large essortmsnt of F S .VIZ B O O H S fo r Olfl ami Younpr. Albam, Writlai Dks. Work ant Faoar Boxes, Pone Folios, Port Monnles S-cUIOunet Perries, Dissected Maps, it. Ja t .-rcelvei at E. A. FULLERS. HOLIDAYS AT XXATiD. rrtnZChndreahaTa nel been ftrgottsa In select X Ins goods for the Uolldavs. bv E. A. FOLLER. PERCE'S MAGNETIC GLODE. PERCE'S MAGNETIC GLOBE la one of the mo,t ingenious almlrable Internments of In struction de.-lgned for thecclmd Room, Family or private Library. hires and prices varrjlag frtra M.fOto J'S.GO. withaeeompioylngohWcts. For sale la Barring ton, by E. A. FULLER, Agent for theMaculaeturers. FOR I S C 0. rj' HE Illustrated Annual Register of BuralAiSiln. "Frank Leslie's Ladle's Ausacfe." "Frant Leslie's Illustrated Lnndtn Illustrated The Facidy Christian " Beadle's Var Boo and Fansars " WaltoYs ReeUter an-1 Fariasrs ' Tho Vermont Directory an t " aleoalar.e assortment or Diaries at Wholesale and r.ctall hy E.A. FULLER. ELEGANT HOLIDAY ROOK. LONGFELL1WS POETICAL WORKS. 1 vtjL, pro fusely Illustrated with more than two hundred engravings. Tl NNYSOVS POEMS, 1 vol., illustrated. Farring jt.rd edition. SONGS OF SEVEN", by Jean Ineelnw. beautifully illustrated. ThefinestnKoot of the season. fct'IIILLER'S LAY OFT. 3ELL. translated by the Right Hon. Sir BJr ird Unlwer LjtUn. Uart,illustrated with dejs by Morlu Retueh SONGS OF PRAISE AND POEMOF DEVOTION OFTHE CHRISTIAN CENTURIES, elegantly illustrated with sixty steel engravings. MACAULAY'3 LAWS OF ANCIENT BOMB, beautifully Illustrated. RECREATIONS OF A COUNTRY PARSON, new ed.tion, I vol., with forty one illcitratlons. GEMS FROM TENNYSJN, with thirty-three 11- illmtratir ns. Ji. bv with illustrations by John Gilbert. POEMS OF THE INTBCLECT AND AFFECTION, by Elinbeth Barrett Brownlag, beautifully Illustrated. POEMS OF IMAGINATION AND FANCY, by Alfred Tenn) son. Like preceding book. SONGS OF THE AFFECTIONS, hyMrs. Usaans. rOEM3 OF NATURE AND SENTIMENT, by Wm. Wordsworth, illustrated. And many others, very beautiful, for which, or aay of the abore, call on or send to C. O. FRENCH 4 00. Dae. is. Is. dtl. VERMONT CENTRAL AND SHLLI VvX RAILROADS. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Commencing Jan. 1, 1S66. raai.15 eoiao aotnn a.id east. Leave Barlington at r.00 A. M., 13.30 P. !., aad SJul M MaUTrali eaves St. Albaas, atCI5 A. M., con necting at W ite River Jorsetioa and Bellows Falls witb trains fo - Boston, Woreeater. SpritucSald asui New York, air ving at New York at 10.41 P. M.aod with trains on iHarampaie R. R. Day Express loaves Montreal at SJO A. M., 8t Johns at iiiA.M . odensl.nrgh at '.: A. M.. tor Boston, ae., connecting at Burllnitoi with Rut-lan-1 Road tor Troy and New York. a. rivlag 1b Boston via Lowell at 10 tu P. M. Night Express leaves Ogdensharch at 11.30 A. M., MonUeaU I . P.M , Rouse's Point S.UP.M.,St Johns at 4.40 P. M., arriving at Boston at 44a A. M., smg asjcting at Bellows Falls with Chaehlre Railroad fcr Boston and Worcester and with Vermont Valley Railroad for Springfield, 4c, and arriving Is New Ycrk at 1.30 P. M. teaiss soi.io aoarn a.id wist. Leave Burlington at 4.00 A. M., 8.13 A. 11., 4.20 P. M., 6 3ui P. M. anus ,(P. )I. Da) Hi press leaves Boston via Lowell at 3 On A. M. tor Burlington, St. Albaas, Montreal. Ogdoas hurh and Uett, arriving at Montreal at 9.3U P. )1. Oct- nsborsh at laMHI A. M. Mall Train leases Boaloa at T.on A. M. via Lowell via Lasrrenoe and Fttcbburg at? ai A. 31 , Spring Held at 7.44. A js. fcr Burlington, ami . Alb ns Aeeomntusla Urn Trail. Isuvm NorthaeM at IS A.M.. BarllacUu at S IS A. SI. far Ha. Alsssi, Jloatrestl an i R.msssj' Point. Night Ki press leaves Bellows Falls at I0.0 P. M. celvilig paissengers from Vermont Valley R. R. leaving New York, at 12.15 P. M., andrrnmCneahlre R. R. lea vine Boa ton at 5.15 P. M , cortBeettsig at White River Junction with train leaving Beaton at 5.0' P. M., fl.r BorUDgtun, Roaas Point. Montreal and Ogdeeaburg, with Grand Trans tralsa for tbe West Sleeping can are attssched to both the Night is-p-sssa trains running betwesta St. Albans and 1 sston, and St. Allan and Springteld. Th roach "tokets So Chicago and the West for sale at the Prlaeirsal stations. TSekaU to DetrwUChieago and all points West told by H. N. DKURV, Agent, No i American Ho tel rarungtoa, t tfagffsre caek ed tnrougn. u. ai . MERRILL, SopX St. Albans. Jan I, IStSK. ItUTLAM) AXD UURLIXGTO.V R.R. WINTER ARR.VNGEMEXT. Commencing Dec. 4, I9M, trains will run at fol lowat lea vi acau.ioTo.v : iJa.K. M , MAILTR MN for Bofton, Lowell, Wor cester. Fitchburgh. Brattlehoronriacfiald.IUlt lord. New Haven. Troy. Albany and New York s arrive In Tro) at -I.-J5 P. M.New York I0.2S p. m.i Boston 7.3o P M. Through t. Btuton srirtawt eaoaac of Carl I JO p x. . EXPRKSS TKA1N for Troy, Albany New York aad the West; arrlvo at Troy S.W p. je.s Now York 6 a. ., by Huason River Railroii Sleeping Cars or Hudson River Steamers. Tknuahto Tree tnlkovt change tf Cart. lOOp. at ,MGHT EXPRESS.wtth bleeping Car, for New York and Boston. Arrive in Troy at i.OO x. w. i New Y"ork 1010 A. it ; Boston .40 a. h. Through to Troy and Botton irilhnt change of Ca-t. the South and Eait Traint arrue at Burlington ot follomt , 5-0 P- vMAIL TRAIN from Boston, Lowell, Wor 'a- 'rt ilic-iu, iiariioru, ew tiaven. r. A. , NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN.wIth Sleeping , NUi OEB -N 'v '' 1 aua uosion. Leaves Ni 1 ork at 5 p. u , Boston 5.30 p. r5 p. w., EXPRESS TRAIN frou RuUand, New 1 ork and Troy. TICKETS sold for Saratoga, Trov, Albany, New . buj an principal points on me New ork Central and Western Railroads, and In- sutBKiiion gia-- nj- J. W. CARPENTER, No. 1, American Hetel Block. Baarage checked through. "trFare alwa) s aa low as by anv other line. GEO. A. MERRILL, hurt tir.li.lrt f-iuilllllli yuutl3. HOLIDAY PRCS EXT.. A Largo and beautiful assortment ot a u J il II U (, a 111 H. I s ! Christmas Frcscnls. Now opening at CAMPBELLS, Bank Street. Chrlsmss presents for the children sachas Car- oi amers, urcaantcti tors. Tea sett,: . uis m isci every, thing Irom a penny wnistlo to a Vtnlkin?;, Talkintr nud Criin"; Doll. A Largo variety of presents for Sabbath Schools & Christ inas Trees. A Large and fine assortment of PnrifV.Hnn.f mm . ufactured iron pure sugArs. Allklnltcl CAKES as usoaiit , en ana mane tn nmee A 6no assortment of Cake trlmmlart the larzeit and best ttls side of New York. Fresh every day Cnrupbellf Stean refined Molajea Candy. W.J CAMPBELL. Baler t Conieetloner. Bank Street, Burlington, Vt. jJ ECHANICAL TOTS at CA1IPBELLS. "TOLLSof every description, nualitr and prices, Af it CAMPBELLS. TOVSTOR TIIE.MILIsIO.V. T0VS of allklaJs, Whola silo an.l Retail, at HART. No. 4. Bank Bloc . Dee. IX a t SLEDS, SLEDS, SLEDS. EOYS SLEDS all prices, at 1I1RN No. 4 Bank Bloci. HOCKING HORSES. ANEW LOT of Roeklas Horses, at l!AHTa Dec 23-d tf. No. 4 Bank Block TOTS. TOYS. TO VS. Ty?.'.wh.0If.'lIean4"uL'Chloa UaU No. t central Block. S. 8. BROWN. Dec 19. rtlt. PO R SALE. HAY In bulk In lots cf one ton and over at the lowestcaah priass, inquire of HuNUERFORD 4- WAlNWiliaiTT, SEVEX-THIRTY LOA.V. First rVntioiinl JKaal; OF BURLl.XaTO.V, has feeea daslgaated tl a depositary cf tbe Tutllc Honeys and Ftnuacinl A;cnt o! the GoTCrr.ratnt, aid has coarplfited arraagKscsts fr the Acen?y o the rorVsLit 7-30 lO.I.V. NOTES OF ALL DENOMINATIONS kept Mnttantlyashand FOR IJIJIKDIATC I) K L I V II U Y. Sulttriptians JiecHred and SStitnl, ASK lt - UAN'KRSS AND DstVI.BRS The 3Iot I'uTomble Tflrm-, Allotved. Chfdka and DnsrV m Xsjw York, L'yl Teitdtr .Xotn. .'mtifuU Hmmk .Votes', IsWiAL ltewt Ftra rm ckst. Ntw with Acsrrsiat,tata.-a-.t t and ate MUTlllTBD COlMEXer AT ITS VALCS vrOX b rMrivad iss payns:. C. A. SOJINER, Cashier. lturlln-rtaa. 't. Am 11 . 1865. daw tf offiii JACOIS GREEN, V .VU F. R T Ja" F. R , BtxirAfrrarB asl dealfs i.v Collins .tnd XStirini Cases In Wood and Metal, of every style. ALL slies constantly on hand or made to order In any required style. Co rr l.i Tbiumliss of all kinds, Naaaa Plate Snroods, cravats, collars and everytning reapueo constantly en hand and rurniabad at short nonce. 1 can fornlsh Coffins at any hoax of the night, required, at 1 sleep in the tamo bnlldlng. FtMCRALS ATTSL1DED. WITH HKAasC Apply at aay hour of day or night t 1. URKEN.GtllaSC. Burlington. March 23. 1S64. dvwtf d'rofrtcrg nnd flgiiiss. GiASaad PORCELAIN SHADhB a T SHEDD, WALKERS k WIRES' No. 3 Uaian Biaak. 1 nn WVF0II83 if ririnws stelos. and Mlroi 1UU Corps Badges at the old Staid. T,ura - St J. B. BftlNSVAIlt. C LASS SHADES. VOOOD assOMatrat. bait reeetred at SHEfD. WALKERS A- WIRVB. N. 3. Union RlosV, HOLIDAY GOODS AT FloytVs Jewelry Store lot ChnrcU Street. A twaaursl assortment of Ladioa' (MM WatasW Cbsvlna. Charms. e. Oar usa.1 assortaaent of Gent'esea'i and Boys Fine Anicricin Watches, Also, nf English. Swls an 1 French rnakars. A large variety ol ri h aid unique .Tcvreli'v. The bit stock of fancy and plain SOLID SILVKIt WARE la tho ttate. without ox ertlon i oa oi b and anr article la A god selection of You e a find anv article Heavy 11a lad Waro IYicc Fancy Articles. Of Faoey Oonda we have a large Stock of efe-jr- MNM.miSI'lB. Clock. Tine Table and Packet Cutlery, - stazors. i-cisMir. ana Miivea, Spectacle to til alraoit anj- eye. We bare some serv ehoioe Goods, aad an early Watch lacpairiusr thoroughly and promptly done whea rraotlaahk, EUGENE B. FLOYD- 1M Church St., sign of tbe Big Eagle H OLID AY GOODS. A scry good assortment of most klada ot SOLID SIZri'FR GOODS American, EnglNli A: Swiss lVatchea I Jewelry, Cutlery, Dressing Cases. Amerieas ani roreign ia.ih uuuuj. Photographic Albums. and many pretty and desirable gpoda very accepta ble as girts to the loved ones at Chris! ran or New Years, for sale cheap at the old staadwest side of v . J. E. BRINSMAID December 11. TO SPORTSMEN. aMIEundersigred have Justreeeivadafall assart . ment of RavoLTiis Pistols of every delr bl pattcrnAcd Cart El dob.- to Ut. All of wbl h will be sold as low as t io lowest, and very ranch lower thsn they are zeceralls sold lathis eitr bv other stops. ".RiN'SMAlDA- IHLDRDATU . arpt. 1.1 No. I Bank Block. IOLIIIAY ALBUMS 1 N entire new and nice lot of PHOTOGRAPHIC XV ALBUMS for 25 to 100 pictures, opentnr this iy. J. E. BRINSMAID. gecesiberlS, ia5. SOLID SILVER TjIE.Cake, Bntter. Fruit and Pickle Knives, ' "If' 'f b'retm ami Sugar Spoons, Sugar '"'V"?- ?tch, Sauff and Teaaooa Voxes. Sooens and Forks at T- HI, . ...... OH sund ChurebSt. RIFLES. 4 GOOD assortment otllitKarft Ceteirat.dSItxtU. A. loading Riftet. warrantsd tho. r.t .lin..,lnt- pirf. in t&e market Kept coestaotl, tn lant at No. I. Bank Block, by BRINSMAID 4 UIL JRSTH. &epu --li:. da v ELEGANT WATCHES. ANEW L'd of beautiful GOLD WATCHES, some set with diamonds, some ricblv en 'raved and enamelled; at the old stand, Church M J. t UltlNSllAID. Sept. 41. dawtf SOME FOLKS CANT SLEEP N'ICH Georre C. Goodwin. M. L. Rnrri'n tit.. v. Potter, wttolesalo Draigista Boston, aro nosr pre pared t.. supply Uospifls. PhyslcUos, and the tiade, with the ttaseaid and Invaluable remedy. woiui's rcrviue. Thla article tapassesall Inown preparations for the ..ID VS BIS IJIIU or .V E R f O V S .VU A' .' It Is rapidly saperesdtn; all preparations r ud'sri. aad V alsriin th. w.n vn ,. t wileh Is to produce Constlveae a and -Hons dial cu ties-as ltatla's Irritation i-.,il. Tl Spasms, and Induces regular attlon w ti, toi j NO DreDaiation turNerrr.ns TV..... ,s I Kepie I mental and bodily symptoms that follow in tho train of nervous disease. Iirris. v.i i. ,h. k, t . , ''"" ana all the fcirrui i pJad,-!5'no"n t0 "eItBr' Sold by all Brujr.lsts. 1LB. STORER.s CO., Proprietors, IU Jnhn Qroaas Vaev Vr rV , - - w. iittfgti.ssjn svsai Novemberll. ' diwm. I tho I I OLOSIG SALE, THE ENTIRE STOCK at the New York Bonnet I It PurporU to be. By statins as, heltht. eora Storotobee'osedoutoaor before IheSr.tor' plexlcn. color cf Jyea and hair, and encloslac 6 Jannarv nevt. tau soon lor pertains. 8. 8. BROWN. Bt:. 31. dtf. No. 1 Central Blool. THE PROPRIETORS OF THE OFFICE, havta; reciitly ENLARGED THEIR BULLBLNH and added to their former faellltlss aaotUr LARCE AND FAST Cylinder Press, HEW and OENAilSNTAL FONTS of TYPE LARGE AND SMALL, an liottor prepared lhaa ever to Execute Orders for ill ilesttripttoas ot AUCTION-BILLS. BOOKS. BILEHuADS, GABB3, CWT.U.0GUE3, CIRC0L.UIS, DEEDS, ra-Tisiis, handbills, INVOtSES. LIOAL FORMS, BRirPS. nous. marriage cibtificatb3. HJ2TEBS, PR6C1UMMES, PAMPHLETS, RAILROAD asd STEAMBOAT BLANKS. TICKETS. VISITING anj WBflDLVO 0AHD3, itu it. PLAIN GOLD OH COLORS 3HOET NOTICE UEST MANN It Orders respectfully iOlicitstt, Dee. J. 14S. iiwtf TZTISG'S 4 t3rcslnM,r GRAY HAIR. This la the AsnmoaiA that IVsi ; This la the Cure tiatliy la the Axssosu that Si2T ail, 1 This is the Ilia who wis tall U4 s-Eray. jynonow-has rarea loeks, ttrysaj. He used the Onr. th.. ' ? In the AjtaaoslA tbat Ringaxie. This la the Usidea. b-nitint tzd Hay, VTho married the rs-i one tali aad who now haa raven locks, they y. He used the AXBSOJU list HlBf made. This la the parson, who, by the way. Married the svaides. handsome aad To Seftasa once bald and my. Bat who now haa ravaa locaj, they Beeaasa he used the Cure that lay la the AX320SU that Bine mdr. This Is tit Bell that rlan away To aronse the people aad and gay Unto this fset, which here does lay If you would not to bald or gray. UtetheAitsXOtSA that jaifmado. L H. TUBES & CO, Pnopamms, PntRBOHa-, HJ. WOXDERFCLLV STRANGE, MADAME M.H. PERREGAULT Who haa astonished tho scientlSa daasai of Paris euarantees to produce a llfe.llke picture of tbe fu ture husband or wife of the natron, together with data of marriage, leading tralta of character, ISAUUSUUU. SHI. 1UISUUJ uisuiuuavs I II I . .... ol t stlraonials can assert. She will send, whea de sired, a written smarantea that tbe nletnra ts what cenu. and stamped envelope, addressed to yoor- eu. jou wiu receivo ue pictore or ratnrn mail. Address Madame M. H. PERHEOACLT, OlU10-dwlr. P, O. Drawer a. 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