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THE BUELINGTON, VT. FREE PEESS FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 16, 1866.
Religious Intelligence. Tbe quarterly session of the Episcopal Convocation of Vermont, took place in Rut land last week, commencing; V&etdtj even ing. Eighteen ot tic clcrpy wire present, including Bishop Randall, tlic lately chosen Bishop of Colorado, nnd l!i-bop lK-pkins. Sermons were preached by Her. Sir. Pitman of Northfield, Rev. D. II. Until ol Bnrlinjr ton, and E.. Mr. I'LiHitn of Bcnmngvn, and cn rxegms read bv Kcv. Air. Smi-n of 6t. Alianr, On Uti'ncniay morning, IiitliopHoriins celebrated ihe Holy Communion- nd m tl: evening, a miffionary sirvicc -"a held, vii: adJrctess by Bisboi Kan'H and Ho; kin An important resolution, moved by the Kcv, Jlr. Burl, was adopted, authoriiing tbe ap pointmcnt of an itinerant roitbionary iu di- titnte towns in Northern Vermont, at an ample salary. He Unald eajo in its notice of the Convention " An uncommon degree of interest id Ver mont missions characterized all the di'cussiocs and procwilinra. Among the clerffv Drtsent hi rainy friends were clad to welcome the Rev. I)r Iticka, the founder cf Trinity Church, of wmcn ne ra wen the devoted Hector fr some si yeirs, and whose name will ever be rcnitm. bered with love and esteem, by its members and thu community. The pariah ii now under the ab!e charge of the Rev. JJr. Howard, during wnose rectorship it baa built the most cosily, and perhaps the largest and Cnest church, iu tn iiocrt, at a total ctit of tome S30.000. Special religious interest exists in Wal lingiord, the Baptist and Congrejrationalis churche, working harmoniously together. Thrrc is an increasing religious interest in the Baptist church in VYindior, Vt., I!cv. S. K. Diitcr pastor. Fourteen have been converted. Medians are held througli the week. 3 Ms-.Hoii't Church in Middlcbury last Jrat.lath. thirty persons were presented for meniiicrehip in the church, nnd twenty received the ordinance of baptism An extraordinary and profound revival of religion is in progress among the students at Princeton College, which has resulted lrcsdy in the conversion of a number of yonpg nri, several of whom have been con sideicM tbe rnott reckless in the collcc. Of the 94 students now iu Andmcr Thc oliyicil Seinicurv, but oar are from Ver mont. The name of Charles M. Mead, a graduate of Middlcbury College, appears in the Catalogue of Andovcr, as Hitchcock Piofcstor (elect) of the Hebrew Languago and Literature. He is now abroad, and cn- ters upon his work at Andovcr next Scii- tember. Matson M. Smith, D. D.,and Hiram Carle- toB, late m.nisters of the Orthodox Con-re- gational Church, and James Haughton, Jr., and Frank AV. Window of Andovcr Theolo gical Seminary, were admitted to the order cf Dcceon in tbe Protestant Episcojal lhurca, n Boston on Tuesday last. Rev. Dr. Bellows, in a recent discourse ta Cooper Institute, answered tbe question, "What is UnitarianUm ?" He divided the denomination into "new school" and "old school," represented respectively by Rev. Dr. Chaining and Tbodore Parker He stated, as reported, that : The unioa of the views as held by these two iistiajnuhe divines, was growing core and more complete, and he thought both elements wtrt useful He thought Mr. Parker's views and iaHacnce a tower of strength to the cans, lie affirmed that the fundamental posi tion of his own and the Unitarian denomination wa tit "deni.l of the Supreme Deity of Jesus Christ," but that he Would not attempt to prevs this from the BiUe. For the first two ct-tarin of Christianity, he said such an idea as urn or inaitar.anum never entered the head of goons nnd lationcrjT. N'ETV BOOKS OURMCTCAL FRIES D, by Charles Dickens, Uocsehold Edition, Illustrated by Darley. A NOBLE LIFE, by Mies Mulock. author cf John Hallbx and Christian's Mis take. WVE8AND DACOUTEUS. a novel by Mrs. Gs-kell. LITTLE FOXES, by Christopher CrowSeld (Mrs. I. B. Stowe). SEASIDE STUDIES' IS NATURAL BISTORT, by Elisabeth and Alexander Agasatn. Anlntroduetion to the Devotional Study of the l!o!y Scriptures, by E. SI. Gouldburn, D.D. For sal? by C. O. FRENCH CO. IIOTEr 4; CO Illustrated Guide to the riovrer nnd Vc getable Garden, for I8CG, is now- ready. Containing o. cornnlete deserlntlon of more th an 2,100 varieties of Floer and Vegetable Seeds, with oractieal dlrectirns lor ueir culture, illustrate witn w engravl'gs ana a coiorea nate. stalled iree 10 an aprcau oa uo receipt oi .t cenu. Address, S3 North Market street. Boiton. any tit. Believing that Christ is God, ia order to to eciMtcnt, worship and prayer was due to the mother cf Jesus. This Protestant mystical dogma, h asserted, had eves keen a hindrance to the pretress of refoje. in the world. TK x.ork on the great Fifth Avenue Cath olic Cu.hedral, X. 1'., which was suspended owing to the high prico of labor, is shortly to bo resumed under the direction of Arch bishop McCIoskey. A number of members of the Catholic ot der of St. Auguetinc, hg;n lsicd to bo in corporated as the Mother Hermits of St. Marys Church, LaWrencc .Mass.. with capital of a 'qnartr of a million dollars. They are. tbo only society ot St. Augustinians in i.ew Enrtand. and are about to erect the largest church building in Massachusetts, In lowanda, Pa., the Methodist rcvUal is so powerful, that the places of bumcs. arc nearly all closed, and lawyers, ioctors, mer chants mechanics, tbe rich anj the poor, are equally interested 'jnd laboring to pio- xnotc the work In Indiana aa Ohio, the revival is very powerful PjiJ extensive. in inc smaii town 01 uclawarc.in Uhio, oolers ihan three hundred have profes-cd conversion, most of whom have united with the church XEW HOOKS. 'PIIE SHADOW OPCIIRISTI 1XITW X or the Genesis of ths CbriJtlan sUt. By th author ot the Apocataftisl. .MAX .l.U THE COSI'EI" byTicmas Guthrie. D. 1. -THE IMKAHLES Read In tto Llcht ofthe preent dr,nby Tliomas Guthrie. I). I). . SI.MI'blCITV AND EACI.VATIOX," hy Anne B-ile. .MILDRED'S WEDDING." A Family Ilistorv. liy Derrick. , THE VERDICT OF REASON," by Dlttr- . . 'ACROSS THE CONTINENT, by Col fax. S II A K ES I" E A R E'S M ENTA Ll'IlOTO. GRAIMIS." "FIELD. GrXI10.IT, HOM'ITAI. and IMIIMIN." by Mrs. A. IUclford. CHILD LIKE IN 1TAIV." A Storyof Six Vearf Abntad THE TOl'.VG RECItrilT." IIRAITI1 WAITE'S RFTTROSFECT," for Jaruary, IS60. For rale by Feb. S. 1666 dtf K. A. FULLER. cHUsrfllanftms. ROVA I. HAVANA LOTTERV OF CU11A . Condnctcl by tbe Spanish Government. $3GO,000 in Gold Drawn Every 17 Dnys Trlzcs ca-he I and Information farnlihed ; tbe bighett rates paid for Doubloons and all kinds ol (oli and Silver ; also for all Government Securi ties TAYLOR A CO . Bankers, 16 Wall Street, New York. Jan. it, IMC. dawly FOR SALE. Ynlunhlc Kcnl Etfafc. rpiIE CIrttenden County Agricultural Society X. offer for sale tbe projwty lately purchased by them from Salmon Wires, situated on Wleoojk! Avnue, north of North St. comprising about Four teen acres of land suitable for buildinc lota. The alne property will bo sold at PUBLIC AUCTION, on Saturday March 31st at 10 o'clock A. M. on the grounds, unless previously disposed cl by privato fale. For terms or any further information apply to II. II. TALCOTT, Secretary. March 5th. dAwlm. CYLINDER I'll CSS FOR SALE, rvilin UVDERSIGNED offer for ialer ry'o". the J. STRAWBERRY FLA NTS. Of! Ann LARGE and wall-rooted RUS VII I I II I Inm... ..... nn....n. FRENClI'S SEEDLING STRAWBERRY PLANTS lor sale. Russell's medium to lata (restellate, at tl 03 per hundred. French's very earlr(IIerm)at70c. per hundred. Delivered at James Slip, City of N. Y., without Baaiuonai cnaree. bent or mail ana posiaso paiu, irj cenu per nunarea. extra. SAMUEL HICKS. North Ilempstead, Lon; Island, N. Y ADIRONDAC GRAFE NURSERY AN VINEYARD. Whole-alo and retail. We can furnlih superior vines in larse nuanuues to tbe iraie,ort':e tallow ( n 11 I.A All.n1. I r .,1.,1 rr,nr.i (.r-V Inc. Cuyaboca, Deltware, Diana' Ilartford' Prolific, Iona. Israella. Maxatawny. Miles. Northern 3Ius eadine, Rebecca, Rogers' Hybrids. Sherman, and union vnia'e. Also uie best roreism varieties carefullr nacked acd forwarded bv Exdtcs or b Mail, vrepaid. tend for Descriptive and Triced catalogue. 3,uuu ueiaware iaers. irom i-earin, vines. luiirt yi. itdiL.hY a Feb. I.1K6. Plattsbursh. N V AMES PLOW COM FAN Y, (Sncoeuors to XOURSE, MASON CO.,) QUINCY HALL, Over Quincy Market, BOSTON, Manufacturers of, Wholesale and Retiil Dealers in AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND SIACIIINES Of every variety. Eajrle Plows. Prouty Meat' venire itsil nows, jiowin' jiacnines, iueei Hone Rakes, Hone Pitchforks, Hoes, Rakes. Forks, Shovels, Spades, etc etc Also, Garden, GrasH, Field and Flower Seed, Coe's Super-Phosphate of Lime, and other Fertib izers. Orders by Mail or Express will receive prompt and i&iuum aucnuon. PATENT OFFICES. Investors who wish to take ont Letters Patent are advised to counsel with Messrs. Ml'NN A CO., editors of the Scientific American, who have pro secuted claims I-efore the Patent 0a for nearly iweniv i eara. i neir American ana European ra. pamphlet, containing full Instructions to Inven tors, is tent sraUs. Address MUNN A tO.,No.37 ift iow, new tcrc. THE WORKING FARMER. Vol. IS. 1C6C, a Monthly, of 21 quarto pases, an rrncfi auToc&ic ci aricuiiurai improvement. Iirce Cylinder Press, till lately used In nrlnt- mjir.o neeaiy tn rress. inepress was on an ally builtby Montapie, but has been rebuilt, with uv.ftcaiiu., uc. rvicn uhmiuuuvu, hiuuis ii- I m(wiuaw CI AI l-Ul.UIl HUpiUt CmCCL, IS tlon of (juiuf and spring to the bed, front feed offered at tbe low price of o.xs dollar a year, in kuiucsbuu omer imiirorrmenu. uou ueeani aarince. 11 will contain manr interestln" Items . T . . .1 .n . V I I - .1 I . , i , iviniwaijixi iiici ik.ui , uv. ia .iju i.., i i,cu uj uv JOUIOBl VI 118 C1U!, IJICIUIIDZ tnWTi lil'finrf I I ! r-n . . . . 1 1' I (. trnA nnl.r I Wiih'.in.l. T KH I J 1 1 : I . : uu to mj- newpjiapcr iuuiuuer umg cuesp ic nmue oi nis nanawntinz t "i-arm Jiap, ann ' L I' ' - - .ill ,iiu,u uwiudu x.l.'U. I UU L3 uit r lOUgniBJJ," O. XlWaruS lOHQ, ... iimiuuuiuuvcu.iiu unu suiiuiicu sell it power press, will prove a decided bargain Its Discern our Gfice hirin? been sunn larnr press, wo bare no further use for it, and i rry tow ror cam or approvea paper. G. W. A (1. G. BENED Burlington, Jan. 4. 13C6 TO REACTIFY THE COMPLEXION, Use "Shults' White Liauid Enamel" The "En. mei" win remove the worst cases ot Tan, Freckles PimDlcs. Moih Patches, or Knnhnm. In rynm fun. In sixdays. It whitens the skin permanently, and imparts a freshness and transparency to tbe com plexion, which Is erfectly natural, and without In jury to the skin. No toilet Is complete without it. Price by mail, sealed and post-paid, Wcents. Aaareas c. r. SI1ULTS, iBSRlrer 8 Oct. 10. diwlr. author of" Tbe Youns Farmer's Manuil ;" a finely illuttrated treatlre on the Pear, bv P. T Oulnn. Sup't of the celebrated farm of the late Professor Mapes ; an original and Ineenlous article on Flower uaraenm;, by jgnai A. mat and I. Paine Lowe. As, however, actual examination Is the only tt on wnlcn Judicious readers will rely, we will fur ward specimen copies on the receipt of pottage. Address W. L. ALLISON A CO., 121 and I X Nassau street, r,ew York. WANTED TO GIVE a H WIEELER & WILSON MACHINE, wmcn sews ail amas oriaoncs. lor procurln: sxtv forIS. II.SO a year. No. 2 West Fortv-tbird street, near Fifth Avenue. cenu. bpeclmcn cum ;y-tbl ibers, YOVXG IIICOTIIERS & CO. GLOVES, HOSIERY, ZEPHYR WORSTED. i HAND AND MACHINE MADE WORSTED GOODS, SMALL WARES, TRIMMINGS, RUTTONS, AND CORSETS, SO Ac S2 Devonshire Street, BOSTON'. Feb. S. I SCC. J. O. JOYCE'S DOUBLE ACTION FORCE TCMP.Ior Wells. CIs terns, Railroad Stations, Factories, and Vessels. has no equal for power, ease of workmanship, and durability, has a powerful air-chamber, and will throw water Sixtv rirr, arrsn misnattoutofa tzzyjooi itwanii sever cas freeze, it is the most success fnl deep well pump on this continent, and the cn!g one that mil do what it is advertised to do, and Is fast frowln: into public favor. See well to your interests oy investigating me merits or tun Pump, or you may bavo to say, as ethers have, " Jiaa 1 known of this Pump before I bonzht m I should certainly have had it." Call and see It, or sena lor ureuiar containing all particulars. No, 30 Exchann street, corner of Dock Square, Bos too, iuass. iin.mi ii. mut, wholesale and lte Afent for New England. Agents Wanted. daw3mos FRINTINO INKS. THE SUBSCRIBERS hate tbo only Agency In this .vMivu, Auuaro preparea to nil an orders lor WADE'S PBIil'TI IV G IAKS. VTe hare constantly on hand an assortment of OB INKS! I1LACK AND COLORED. VARNISH, GOLD SIZE, AC., AC. Manufactured by II. D. WADE A; CO., OF NEW YORK. roB sale at xaxcracicsEa's ricra. THE HO W E SEWING H1CM.YI1S, Unrivalled for manufacturing cloth or leather rooils. Also, tbe new DROP FEED MaOHINES. with tbe latest Improvements for Family Sewing; aud light uutUKiunu. , uio most rivrLK, DtsisLK a&Q ewectivk m use. PUMMER A WILDER, General N. E. Agents, 59 BroomficM fct., IkKton, HANCOCK HOl'SE, Court Fquare, Boston. Kept on tha European nan. uoara ny ue aay or week. ROOMS FROM $1.00 TO fxJMFERDAY. HULL A FISUER, Proprietors. TIUTNOBLGAMM.il THE IIORSi: "TriLL be the better every way, If fed cecaslon- I r any a spooniuil 01 Aldcii's Condition I'ou tiers They will cure most of the diseases to which bor- ses are itanie, increase the appetite ana spirits, ana witn respciaDie p-ooming, giv a origni, gioas. itCW.S illK ,111(1 SOOk InU. tual and lonzcontinued experiment, are nrenarcd ' I vl,h ,h. nil.., mh fVnm ,1. . v.... I ... , A. - In quantity, furnished to order. with tbe utmost care, from the very best of mate rial, ana euaranteea vastly superior to anytniu; known. Many Vermont gentlemen, owners of fine horses, buy them by the dozen, and give them free- Across the Lake. Some of the White hall people having thruwn coid water on the PJatUhurgh and Whitehall Railroad project, the Platlehurgh Republican suirqcsts that it mzj jet ho deemed advisable to crcs tLc Late at Tieonderoga and pass south un,n tho level route hing a short distance Enst of the Lake. The Clinton o. Democrats are rejoicinp .over the success of Hon. S M. Wtod of Plattshurgh, whose seat in the K V. As sembly was contested by .Mr. Williams. The Apscmblj has unanimously awarded the eeaft to Mr. Wcto. The I'latlshtirgh Sentinel, puhlishttl hy W. LM.nn i Son, ciimcs to us enlarged, and much improved in apptarancc. The Sentinel has doubts about the wisdom of .Mr. Halc'i eouree in Conj;roe. Two verj similar accidents loth fatal occurred last Saturday. In one ilr. A. Brown, of Clintonville, while driving on the Plant Road in Auslle, wan thrown from bit wagon and so badly injund that he died on Tucwlay. It is supposed he fell over the dash board and was klcVed. In tbe other, Mr. Michael Goodman, ol Bccktnanton, going Home from Platttburgb in a wagon, was thrown ol t ana so injund that he has since dkd. The boiler that runs the Iron Ore Separ ator belonging to J L. Pnillips ol Sarannc, burst on the 5th intt , killing his youngest son, aged 18, scalding tbe engineer quite j badly, and fatally injuring a Canadian named JJadgcr, who n&UMeppcti in to get n drink of water. A little son of ii. G. Weston, of Ausablc Forks', n few days since as run over by a team and instantly killed. The late freshet, took a way a bridge above Ausablc Korkn. and did other damages. WADES BLACK INKS have no superiors, and his I Ir- As a consequence, their horses arealwajsia UUMJKKD INKS no equals, fitr BRILLIAN CY of COLOR in d UNIFORM (JUALITY. PRINTERS la this vicinity will save Umo and ai- prcssago oy craermg ox us. CEO. W. 4 0. C. BENEDICT. No. 6. College Street. - Burlington, Vt. Jan.. I860. dtf rood condition and SDtrits. and remarkable for their smooth shining coats. For sale by mercban's every where. 1-I.Dl TCIIKlli. SON, St. Allans, VU. proprietors ; Demas Barnes 4- Co,, New Ycrl. John F. Henry A Co., Waterbury, Vt., wholesale agents CITY COFFEE HOUSE, Firt Iloor West of the Old Haptist Chnrch. Warm .Hcnls and Cold launch at all Sloiirs. 'PUIS REaTAURANThai been entirely reStted X andrelnrnithed in the Iititvii!nnd nn none, lot been spared to male It lint clinlnn. x respect. OVSTEH.S IN EVERY STYLE. COLD FOWL, TONGUE. TORK and BEANS, HAM and E0C3.TEA and COFFEE, and everything that the market affords, and at as iH i-itiuhi"" as tue times wilt admit, Peonle from th countrr when Ininvn will uv. irrr.ii uulocrjww mna quiet place to get a lunch at much less cost than ran In, rMtnif elsewhere. DINNERS and 8UPPERS to order. Havingsecured the services ofthe excellent cook Aim osr.' the suhrfTMirfrila rnnRrl.t,, f Isg the public E. 11. SUTTOX. January 12, 1SC6. - wtf MAKE YOCR OWN SOAP WITH B. T. BAB BITTS Pure Concentrated I'nlnh or Rradr Soap Maker. Double the strongth of common Pot ash, and superior to any Saponllier orlje in the market. Put uplncansof one, two.threo, six. and twelve pounds, with directions in English awl Her man, for making Hard and Soft Soap. Onepouad will make fifteen "allons of Son Snan. No lime ii required. Consumers will End this the eheaiest Potathlnmarlet. B. T. BABBITT. 61. 65. a. sr. 63, 69, TO, 72 and 74 Washington St.. N. Y. LADIES DESIRINO A SMOOTH. CLEA II A.TD t J X I, rJmTTTnm a Cv 2 6 vt 4, iV t M X K insurance. gnilrontls. Aetna iiiMirniicc Company OF HARTKOKI). Cnpitat aud Snrplu-, S3,$00.000. S. 4 R. 8. WIRES, Ajents. Home JnMiraiiec Company OF NF.W YORK Capital and Surplus, $,730,000. S. A R. S. WIUEj, Agents. The! ns Co oiiVorlh America OF PHILADELPHIA (Iceorpc rated n 1794. Oldest Company in tho UUM4 aiawa.) Cnpltal nnd Mcrplu., $1,800,000. Perpetual Ins. granted on Srat-ohus bnlldinct. 6. A R. 8. WIRES, Afents. SnlernRlional Bus. Company OF KEW YORK Cnpital ami Surplas, $1, '.'00,000, 8. A R S. WIRKS, Agents. llclronolitaii Insuranec Co. OF .F.W YORK. Capital auil Siirpln, 1,G1 1,1 18 This Co. returns 1 net profit to policy holders. 8. k K S. WIRK3, Acnta. iVorUiWcsfcrn InuraneeCo OF OSWEGO. X. Y. Capital nnd Surplus, Incorporated in 1632. . K. IJENEDICT. Commissioner for the State ol New York, (10 VaKC ACEXOWLEDCXESrS.Or CEIOf, 4c) OFFICR FREE PRFSS BUILDING. III'KLINRTOX, wan. 1, K, Ladies should use this deilzhtful Toilet article. 1, ha. nn u.,1 Du.,n. .n., I' .... 1 1 1 1 . Complexion and Skin, boldly Druitts every wucre. uzpoi a ruitoa street, now lore. VERMONT, 30 CENT SAMPLE CE!,"T FREE, with terms for any one to clear J23 kj a uay in J nours lime. Aaaress LA MONTE, RKYMOND&CO., 29 Broad ay, N. Y NEW ROODS. HA VINO just returned from market, and havlnc replenished nearly every department of my .' " ."P"" wuios s handsome assort ment cf nearly all kinds of ii V GOODS. I WOUld Call eSDCCla! atfontfnn in n,r ...sm.. . J Counterpanes, Touelln Linen Napkins, aud ninpers. CEO. 1'. ROW ELL k CO:. ADVERTISING AGfiATS 13 CONGRESS STREET, BOSTON. ADVERTISEMENTS INSERTED IN Southern Newspapers, Western N'ewspupcrs, BLEACHED AXD BROWN COTfOXS, Neiv England Newspapers, Prints anil Ginghams, asn to WHITE GOODS, scon as rrii.v jA-rj checked cjmbrics, STRIPED, CHECKED J.fD FLAIZ XJIXSOOKS, CRIMPED AXD PLAIN DliilTT, ICTOR1J AND BISHOPS LAIT.tS, BRILLIANTS, BIRDS EYE LINEN. 4c ajd TO Thread Store Goods, Such as Knlttin; Cottons, Spool Cottens. of tbe most .desirable makes. Machine Bilks and Threads, Pins, Needles, Tapes, (tie. EDWARD BARLOW. ... No. 156 Church Street. aiaicn -i oa-wu. FOR SALE. I ril W. LO VELL-8 TWO STORY BRICK DOUSE, t X . with sardea, fruit trees, Ac., a good bars. Ac., on Short Street, opposite Rev. Mr. Safford'a. i-iiqu.io oi J.J. rl Ai.lv r.J., JarurV-dtf or 0. G. BENEDICT. Pe-nnstlvjinu. The Union Convention in Pcnnajlvania, nominated tbe gallant Gen. John AV. Geary, lor Uovernor, on the first HAVE TOU SEEN TUEM. ballot This is a etronc and judiiioue nom- 'PHE beautiful Enrravinss and Photographs ta ' X Carved Black Walnut Frame 1 nation, ror sale Ly U. O. FRKNCH CO. IT. York Newspapers, Agricultural Newspapers, Religions Newspapers. Onr facilities are unsurpassed for procuring fa vorable terms lor advertisements In ALZ. news papers tl. run-bout the country. Particular attention paid to all orders for Bcstoa Newipapers. to advertisers: 100 NEW YORK AND KEW JERSEY NEWSPAPERS. WE will receive an advertisement of roca solid 1 uses, to appear one mania In 10O News- pipers published in tha above named States, for lai IliSO will be charred fur eTrrr two linn dltlonal. Twelve llxes lor 1100. there are Jour- i iMuutt ouinisiisi,anariaua.(r Irttllin. Our advertisements mppearln erery utkc etiery paper, Eirine In each weekly nr. and In eaca dallr tmt-frr Inst rtlons per month. Special terms for larse advertisements and those ordered for a longer time. But roa A Corr or tbe List. GEO. P. ROWELL A CO., ADVERTISING AGEIYTS, ' NO. S3 CONGRESS ETREFT, B08T05, UASS. S'iiO.OOO S. R. S. WIRES, Astnu E,hEiii. 3 tiMirnitcc Company OF HAKTrOKl), COXX. Capital and Snrpln, $I,00C,?00 8.1R.S. WIRES, Acrata. Connecticut Fire Ins. CO. OF HARTFORD, COXX. Capital and Snrpliio, $V!T3,()()0, 8. A R. S. WIRES, Areata. IVarragransett V.Ac .71. In. Co OF PROVIDENCE, R, I. Capital Had Snrplu, $r00,000, 8-4 R, 8 WIRES, Aetata Ijainar 5' ire iiMiraitce Co. OF NEW YORK. Capital and Surplus, il)TlS. 8. A R. 8. WIRES, Asmts. Comineree IuMir:iiiee Co. OF ALBANY. X. Y. C AFITAL AND St" IU LIS. M !M , 1 0:1 MB, -.WIRES, AcmU. ."Niagara Fire Insurance Co. OF XEW YORK. CAPITAL AND M Ill'H S 1.3UO.OOO. This Coflnuajiv inawrM ,1.,.iKm l..n.. -A vtt laxc dweltlngs. thm jears, for i per cent. 8. R. S. Wil:E8, Attnts. Iiorils'anl Fire IiisuraiiceCo OF XEW YORK. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, SI.l05.nsi. This Co. returns i net profits to policy holders. :. Ii. & WIRES, General Asent,. cstern Jiasx.SiiMiranee Co OF PITTSFIEI D, MASS. l.ll'ir.W. AND SIRI'LUS ?.,.OOtl. S. A R. 8. W1RE-I, General Agents. aVorf Ii American Fire In.Co OF XEW YORK. Incorporated l-trl. u.i i'ii ai. and si Rit.r;s i-.r,otuu rlftrMraMitflfn.! .....r... , , . ,, holdrra " PUCy S. A R.S. WIRis. General Agents. AuidieatiriBf for a, ,tw(m r,. ,k. a... . ?i5,Cnir in ie mi'ati Western New Hampshire and Northern New , ork, shuuld he made to us as J,Vt AS'n, and Acency Fupriateaydats Ibr iFu.ca m wii itrruiTy. rire and Inland liuu,.nM ,1k .n .1.- e'5!.?Ti 'i '"1BP''. to tbe amount of (,), in one risk dwelling hi ues and their conteaUand tarn nro ertr cnrral!r will Sc in.orrrl fnr . r z.i .i ""rati toraeeire doc. yearly ii r In . m" . i" f"?" at n,t' " mate It an cVirct to all harin; saeh proiierty to lnswre. to try these Companies. 1 ' I relniura notsarA nr. r.-i i . i . i i . incur, no 11,1 . " r?"' ! .'v-.T ??'u "r aU I.,, l t"r,'s lorelthrfectlndtmnli; Fl:t-elanrl! tJ tillara .Iwflllinr r.i?.. ..IeS,"u- "' h '""Tti t". years tmi M'.f.t r."wE!I "at f.,ru. entire t,rmf Los, j ,Jn prom aujpAia ,t tkliasesty. R. S. WIRli. AtZu. VERMONT CENTRAL AND SOLLIVAX RAILROADS. WINTER ARIuNGEMENT. Commencing Jan. 1, 18GC. rsiISS 60130 SOCTH A5D UST. Leave BarlInstonatr.OOA.SI., 12.20P. M., and SXOp.il Mail Trait 'eaves St. Albans, at6.13 A. U.eon nectinr at W,dte River Jnnction and Bellows Falls with trains for Costoa, Worcester, SrrlnjSeld and New York, an-vine at New York at !0.U P. M.and with trains on Passumpsle R. R. Iay Express lmres Montreal at 8J0 A. M., StJohns at 10A.M.. for Boston, Ac, connecting at Burlinjtoi with Rntland Road fur Troy and New York, arririn: In Boston via Lowell at 10 30 P. M. Nlzht Express leaves Osdcnsburch at IIJilA. M Iotroal3 fsl'.il , Rouse's Point 5.P.lt.,St. Johns at t.0 1'. Ji., arrlvln- at uostnn at m'l a. con : nectins at Bellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad for J Boston and Vorcestcr and with Vermont Valley j Railroad for Spriujaeldv Ac, and arriving In New vorx at ii.M i: a. TBA13S COLIC SOXTU AND WEST. Leava Burllnzton at 4.00 A.M., S.1S A. M., 4.29 1. M., GJ P.M. and3.00P. M. Day Express leaves Boston via Lowell at 8.00 A. M. fur Burlington, St. Albans, Montreal, arriving at Montreal at 9M P. M. Mall Train leaves Boston at T.Oil A. M. via Lowell via Lawrence and Fltchbarc at "JO A. M., Sprlns field at 7.13 A. M. for Eurllnston, and St. Albans. Accommodation Train leaves Northfleld at 6.1 A. M.. Burllnztci. at ais A. M. for St. Albans, Montreal and Rouses' Point. Nliht Express leaves Bellows Falls at 10.00 P. M. receiving passengers from Vermont Valley R. R. ieavin: New York, at 12.15 P. 31., and from Cheshire 1L R. leaving Boston at 5.15 P. M., connecting at Wliite River Junction with train leaving Boston at 5.U0 P. M., for Burlington, Rouse's Point, Montreal and Ogdensbnrg, with Grand Trunk trains for tbe West. Sleeping cars are attached to both tbe Night ex press trains running between St, Albans and Soston, and St. Albans and SpringHeld. Through Tickets to Chicago and the West for sale at tbe Principal stations. Tickets to Detroit, Chicago and all points West sold by II. N. IlliURY, Agent, No. 2 American Ho tel Burlington, Vt Baggage checked through. U.MERRILL, Sup't, St, Albans Jan 1 , 1966. TV A Jf T E D I lO CENTS PER POUND. No. I VXIOX RLO OK CUSTOMERS TI7AT WE CAN SELL Stove Pipe ! Stove Pipe !! !.' Doz. Balmoral Skirtx TO, AT THE LOW PRICE OF Hu.$ir. S. I. HVl. W. SMITH'S AH ERICA OIJGA.S, S3.0 0 EACH GIVE US A CALL. lO CENTS PER POUND. Stove Pipe ! Stove Pipe ! ! Jan. 30, 136C SMITH A PLATT. dtf SPRING DELAINES, American Ac English Prints SIIKETINfiS and SIIIUTIXGS, RUTLAND AND UURLINGTON R.R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. CvQtaencIne; Fob. 5, 1866, trains will rua as lol lowsi LEAVE DDBLIXQT05 : o l 1 1 111,1 ry , , 1 r 1 . . . . T 1 1 Tf Owl a.. JIAIU I ll.lii, 1U( UU.CIIi II Ul I ccster. Fitchburgb. BrattIeborcSpringneld,nart ford. New Haven, Troy, Albany and New York ; arrive inTroy ati.jsr. M.iew vorx lusr. ic. l!oston7.3P. M. Tarsua to Do.ton without es, of Cars. I JO p w. , EX PRfSS TRAIN for Troy, Albany New n.l- ....I .1.. It-.. . . I .. . T C 1.1 .. . v m .in m , i k'c l , u. , i , u a . 1 1 tj o.vi i . m ' t New York 6 A. v., by Hudson River Railroad (steeping irars or lluoaon luver steamers. TAroHffa to Trov untkout ekxnmt of Car. 10 0 p. ., NiOUT EXPRESS.wiOi Sleeping Oar, fsr new t era ami iwaion. Arrive in Troy at au A. at. ; New York 10J A. u. : Boston $.40 A. v. Tkroufh to Troy and Bolton uHtkout tJkmnge of Co-. From tkr South and Eatt Trains arnit at BurtingU a, follow j 5.60 p. x., MAIL TRAIN from Boston, Lowell, Wor e4ts..3princ6eld, Hartford, New Haven, Tro and New Yuri, LeavM Bottdsrjo a. . .0 A. x , NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN.wIth Sleeplnt tavas New 10 CENTS PER POUND. Stove Pipe ! Stove Pipe ! ! Ml o o r S Jl 1 11 T s AND C O K S K T S 10 CENTS PER POUND. pened this day at March 7. lee. PAGE-E BESTS'. Cars, from New York and Boston. l ork at p. sr.. lloston 5.30 r. w. TICKETS sold tor Sarataga, Trav, Albany, New York. Scb-eneetady and all nrinefpal points on tha New i ork Central and Western Railroads, and la forma tlon cIt- by J. W. CARPENTER. No. I, Amerxia Hot! Block, ftareaxy checked tbroacb. VTrare always as low as by any otlter llae. (ISO. A. MERRILL, Sup't Stove Pipe ! Stove Pipe ! ! gainfs and Snrdirorf. furs: furs:: furs::: We are now offering our ENTIRE STOCK or - Ladies' and Gents' Furs together with a'large assertment of BUFFALO AND FANCY ROIiES: AT COST! CALL EABLY AND SECURE GREAT BARGAINS At SHATTCCK BROTHERS. .. . No. 1 , CaioB Block. Burticctas, t., Feb. SO. atf ROOT CUTTERS : ArT INlI8PBt,"a.BLF. ARTICLE FOR FARMERS WHO FEED MANY VBOKTABLES. Also a saptily of S I! I. I S II A It P B N I N FEEJ) CUTTEHS ! AT TV HEELER t RIPLEY'S. lO CENTS PER POUND. Stove Pipe ! Stove Pipe ! ! Fab. 10. MfS. dawtf II R E I N 1 K ' S Improved jLinsccd Oil. milK manufacturen of this article desire to call X the allmtion of ofealen bs PAINTS and OILS, CAR and ARRIAGE BtlLPKRS, also CHAIR MANI FACTURERS, to iu i:tHeiency, Dnrabllity ,t Ilenutyof Finish when used in combination with ant- Paint e, V,r. nuh. The inve&tor ol this ImDrovement. after manr years of study and experiment upon lb nature an1 vruperues oi umesa ini, aas sueeeeoeo tn greatly mcmsing those properties, which render L'nseed Oil tb only true and eOeient paint oil. 10 CENTS I'ER POUND. Stove Pipe ! Stove Pipe ! oi; only io's I rea r Colon Breimo's InraovED Li.hsecdOil Is aSelf.Drylng ii, ana and any ( Linseed Oil. . and readily unites with Vhlte Leads. Zincs, rea i amis, m same proiwriionl as Kaw It is not affected bv are or einosnr. and win wither wash, crack nor scale off. mad gives to any PaintaBeaatv of Finish and Darabilltr, far ex ceeding that obtained by tbe use of Raw Linseed liChiKh Metallic Paint. EIGHTY PER CENT. MVr iT T EIIKIH METALLIC PAINT has fully proved S. BLODGETT at i"! lj Its merits, and riven enUre satisfaction for ict- - eral years, and Is pronounced ty tbe most compe tent judges to he the Hom, niot Durable, and Cheapest Firs ami Water-Proot I'ntnt, ever braught belore tha 1'ublic. HICELOW A. HOLLIES, Manufaeturers of White Lead, Zfaws,Ce4an and Oils, ruiiua cum, new i orx. For ill by WHEELER t RIPLEY, Burlington, rt. Jsa.Sd.l86C. daw2a ' poaaa. J E TV B L R V . "I r K ARE DAILY RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO 1 1 our already LARGE STOCK or DESIRABLE GOODS, consisting of FINE WATCHES, RICH CHAINS, RELIAIILE CLOCKS. ELEGANT JETVELRT. SOLID SILVER GOODS, PLATED TVA RE SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES FINE TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, RAZORS, SCISSORS AND SHEARS, TOILET AND FANCY GOODS. VTe aro able to offer snnerior inducement tn purchasers In this line of Goods, u we rolri v. ery desirable new style as soon as out, and have the best stock In the State at all times to select from. We sell at the IiOTvest Cash Price, and every article warranted. A look at the Goods will convince you that we say no mora than we can do. g. "Watch Repairing doae In a thorough and workmanlike manner. EUGENE B. FLOYD, 154 Church it, sign ofthe Big Eagle J anuary Sth. 1566. daw TO SPORTSMEN. WHE undersigned have Just received a fall assort- jl. mem oi niroLTno nsTOLS or every cesiraoi pattcra.aad Cabtbidces to Bt. AH ofwhlth will be sold as low as the lowest, and very mush lower than they are generally sold in this city by ether uop. iiniajiAiirar iulojhijatu SeDt. IS No. I Bank Block. T1ID MOST PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL m'usical, INSTRUMBNT IN "THE . WORLD FOR TUB AMER ICAN nOME CIRCLR. Seventeen (17) inrsiPreiarasat "wdM wtheAmerleaa Organs In tbe man oftt.iW 1EW, ever all oompafirs, at different Siats u, Connty Fairs. JEl The American Orgam aro tlvsoaly REAL 5iKE ORGANS nw bedbre tha pablte. Taw only Organ hav-.r, Rcvcrheralinsr Sounti IJOx. orWINDCHKSrr.whlehbaJ tho same imorrUr parttoperfcrmas tho Sualing Board bu r. . ffcao Porta (to give body aad reasonac f tatw)awl without which th Organ v a. merely a Melodeou in an Oruan Case. Specdal attention is eallad .to the sty !e of ASCEP. IDAS ORG N. Na IT, eoBfaunxBK tba Super Uctar. CplerandSb-Lss: FOKCHORCHaU a -as. of powerful las truiuent," bete means an lim't-! Its priea readers it very deairAle. Everv Oriran is Warranted to'ProveSati.slaetory. THE AMERICAN ORGANS all have th. Rare berating Son ad Bos. or Wind Cfcast, and inSi-: d in the hlxhest stylo of art, la Rosewood. Jf Walnut, aad Oak Srjsb, richly Taralsbad and P ished.erln Saaoetb Oil FlBlsb. foraaioc elegu pieces of Furaitara for tlx Parlor or Boudoir , a: the Oak aad Walnut especially adapted Churches, Lecture aad Lodx Roaos. TUE AMBRICAN ORflAHS ale all Snlshed ear naw PATENT iapravancats, eontain:n improved Knee Swell, Dowoie Bellows, two E . Pedals, aad TREMOLO found ia bo other .Lit-, meat. NKVV STYLUS OP CASES, Richly FlHisbcd nnd Hlphlj Ornament. S cs,- CntiVasaisi. contaiabu cnt Ukeafroai Pboaopaahs, Srwrtns; their Ire !att stMioaaehothaT, Ksitfrwa. Aadrasi: GENERAL A0ENT3 FOR THE STATE, BURLINGTON Jaa.2. IS. VT. wit OE'S WESTERN RESERVE PLAIN" SILVER SPOONS. I HAVE a new stock of plain, tipped and fancy styles ol solid itlrer spoons. Jan. J. ih S3 COLIGE STREET. jJholojgmpIis. SOLID SILVER ISIS.-.. C. II. DA VIS. toCiarfn.VMSrr,) 1830 Februar dawtf PIE. Cake, Butter, Fruit aad Picklo Knives. Berrv. Ice Cream ami Sn-r Rnnnn. Snnap bifters. Match, Snuff and Tobacco Boxes, Snoens Forks at J. E.'BRINSSIAID'S. Old sund ChurchSt. JPrcmium Cheese I a t . Patented December li I'M, and Jane Zt, VVith Cooper's Tnteut Heater and Scll Ailjusttu; Valve's. (Patented February 12, 1S61.) rjMIIS VAT with its latest improvement is n. w X the ben In use, and Is used -generally tnrnu;h out New York and the New Enc-land Sutes. WJ) or Factories and Family service. YOUNG'S PATENT CURD CUTTER fr a. I a'50. Send for circular. C. C. POST, Age: t. Hiseabargb, Vt. 0t. Mb. liii. w prfi (Soods. GENERAL AGENCY. J1- THE nantiauan is jib nI!. tjo. OF NEW YOlt.C Assets, s:j,ooo,ooo riilllb i iimpanvcouaMaotd iu operations in tU A an l Iim vriseeuted a succeasfnl and reliable i.usine,! flnc-.Polldrsare granted totle In sound health both on tbe Joint and mutual plans of InnraTuw ,l.n. . ,r. . , : .1 . :., w ii puouo me aavan- Jajes if either sjitemai tlieir option In cue latl tuticn, Tho lowest rates of r.nrmluini ,n -- .ji.ini , mr comrany. Tk,i company hat a!mtj piU ottr i 1 ,U11J far twi tmi oi.r J9 n,. in diiiU, koUtri. J .vi.-ruittKII-INC LIFE POLICIES. Premiums may to mid sinili- or In a , t. n. nual payments, at option of the assured. Th's nlan is oominended t., th n-ihiu i. . f auredthe lull ,lu. cf ,1! the money u and Ulng completee In early life. wbiM the paVtie. are wiut, airrs vuiiro eienjiiiion from EiZYlz:. "JrLV'"'? 'vanjed life, its value .VO.V FORFEITING ENDOW EST POLICIES These are made payaMeat death or on atta'nln - a EiTe? 1'"B'iaras pavable in ten annual pay ments. The rxilior bccorar nr.n r.,.r.i,.Ki. r 1 tenth of amount innred for each payment, uartles lnrur ingin th s plan lave all tr7 Uvantaiesof a savings Bank, as tbe nirm.it c cures lUenutvilent value, pirabl. n the as-urer attaining the given 1 go or at deith abf-cld it occur sooner Whole life. th.'.rt t..,,, . n. 1 annuity Mllclcs issued in all thefr various and ar proved forms. Prlntnl d -cumenU contilnln- lull information furnshcI without charge and sent free . , . , r; " ia every town and energetic and relUble men employed on favor able terms to travel for this co npany. "",ut rj. 4 11. S. WIIIES. Gen. Agents a- Agen;r SaDt a for Vermont and oounties ofSaratoga, VTasbingtoa, ":."ti"v 1 vuuuiH, rnninnana st. Lawreaea n.iewkork N". J. NICHOLS. Architect and Practical linllder, OJfce at rttUtnct, Estix, It. rHEEE he may be consulted upon everything relating to the erection nf A.imi Jl, ",T clastes, from the foundaUon to the roof. He Draiu 1 iwa uiiin.iiiiJl ui neccssar riCTUlts: GALLERY. SPRING STYLE or RIFLES. A GOODassortmentor'fWajrirsCrfrirAlid.Vrur. il townu RiXei. warranted tha beat ahnotlnip rifla In the market. Kept eonstaatlr cn hand at No. I . PHOTOGRAPHS, GEMS, AUBROTYPES And Picluresln INDIA INK, OIL, and onPOP.CE- Twelve Gems for $1.00, whirb reoder them tbe cheapo t Picture tobo bad. oo luriie sicciaiauenuon to our IiVIA IIVK PICTURES, which are tbe most dnrahla nrl n.rt dccod.as theimperfcctlonsoftbe Pbotographlo Art are ovcreomo hy the skillful touches of the pencil. Sr SpVt?"Jt,T,';,'t,U r,,,ln tht valuable ser vices of Prof J. N. IIIlIs. and through his superior -- " uio io giro pcncci causuctlon. Porcelain P id arcs i Bake beantifnl r.n,,m,.l. r .v. n..,. - . very life-like. 'u """.ana aro Careful attmTnM .1... . . , ... from old and fadM nnt pii,,nV.. "lar-mg ,i .. 1 11 V ','""" catro, in great varletr of I which we Invite ekaminaUonl variety , 01 REME.MHER THE PLACE. Union TtlrrL- ,.,...111 . . -". "uuicno: iianacsls HOOP SKIRTS t FOR. 18GG. THE .NEW, ELEGANT AND FA8HI0NABLB "RROOKLYiV SKIRT," JCST RECEIVED. Baak Block, by oept, xist. DRINSMAID A HILDRETII. daw JACOB GREEN. V .YjO ERTAZlER, DR. STRICKLAND'S MFT.MFr.rnrs rnrmi BALSAM is warranted to enrn fimhs. Cnhu Hoarseness, Asthma. Whooplngi ugh, 81 re thmat. i.onjuapuon,anaau tao agectons or me Throat and igs- For Ie by Drugg-t. 50 rnb per buttle. Gedt C.Ooodwia Sr Co.. 3rllAnuveratret RnRt., Solo Agents for New England. 11 1 1 , tfom w 1 c o ALSO, NEW STTLB OF R S E T The Uit artlela ever shown in thU elty. MAXCrACTXSES AXD DZALXX 13 Cotlins and Burial Cases In Wood aad Metal, of every style. A LL, sixes constantly on hand 0r made to order in any required style. COITI TniwHI.CI rr .ll V(l. V.m Pl.t.. Shrouds, Cravats, Collars and everything required constantly on hand and furnished at short notice. I can furnish Codas at any hour of the nigbt, a required, as I sleep in tbe same building. Fcxeraw arri.iDED, with Heakse. Apply at aay hcur of day or night to J. GREEN, College St., BarllntUa. Marsh ag. ism. dtwtf LADIES, vnn mi ... m.iiaii TO CALL AND EXAMINE THEM at FARM ERST A KB NOTICE e-rtrt BARRELS PODDSETTB, M Taas Cool tjjj kiparraaspkaLsaflJrae.rorsal hy Dr. STRICKLAND'S PILE RE3IEDY has cured housands of tha Worst CUM nf Rlmd and Rlpridin Mies. It gives immediate reLef and clTecti a per manentcure. Try it directly It is warranted to cure. For sale by all Druggists. 11 cents per ttle. Geo. C. Goodwin Co.. 3? HanoTerstreet. Bostu Sole Agents for New England. UING'S GRAYJHAIR. This Is Vie Ahjqslv that lEiaj rSzA Jl AamaV aa. t-davte. J,.PiytOB4-B05. Feb. 13. dawtf. LTUAN-S. Corner- Store. WANTED. AMERICAN" CALENDAR cEoCKsT !SSHS?k Fcw" Tho8and Do.,... BA rn.m. . AAUiesoruenLf. Al- I i . . Ve"f M "vers of Swiss make, far snperfor la ftnlsh and aeeuracv. Alio En.11.1, .nervti'i--- MMs- - " . , , , J" BRINSMAID, ld stand, west side Church Street. SEWING MACHINE SCISSORS, Feb. 21. 18C6. for which we will sail Uons.eler,t!on.,tinn.v,7Vnf' ",u - "" -"AUIlINi: St mies, School Houses, Hotels. 'Dwellings. 4e. Alio I 0th!r lInds of and Shears, sold by T) T? V J. a DRINSMAID. dtf Barns and out-houses !rencrallr.!ni!n i7..t"ii,T.". and improvements. flavin liarl mniMinl. i . . , 1 tlon of coait ry ChureTie," hSTh lit, be a. 'Sri ' "" T enUrosatiifactfon (either as contractor" su7ln! PISTOL FOR SALE. USeSt)i9;U?,V?Myo",..hu la this I A FINE REMINGTON REVOLVER, armv sis branch cf Architecture, and he would adit.. ' aevor fired, in nerfaet i JiJi 'y . J'1' "Building Committee.', to consult persol' ly , VuIhSSS&t"1 orbyletterberorecontracangwIthetherVUealsi Knqnlreatthe FREE PRs lOyFICK. Drafts and Constrncts Bridges of aU kinds from Jan.2l.IKt. rKkSS OFICK. the slmnla and ebeaner forma inii.. ""u; otl mora eipemive. Address """r N.J. NTPrrnv, Architect and Builder Essex) Vt. Jan. . w3q HOUSE liADISU PREPARED HORSE RADISH eoastaaUy oa hand aad for sale by vuuw ESSEX ACADEMY. T?Sf'!FS,.2!r. W IniHtaUon wlU av. vuiaiuvuiu a iaj. A. is, isusj. College Street, Jan.U7, IW6. JACOB OREWJ. BarlinEton, Vt. dawtf Essex. Vt. Feb. .RSON, Mjgaal. JpLOUR SIFTERS, th. U at WHEELER RIPLRYU LIFE, GROWTH AND BEAUTY. Mrs. S. A. Allen's World's Hair Restorer and Dress ing invigorate, strengthen andlengthenthchair. They act directly upon the roots of the hair, supplying re quired nourishment and natural color and beauty ( Q Q n n returns. Grey hair disap w xj o vears. bald snntst rv ered, hair stops falling, and luxuriant groxcth is the re sult. Ladies and Children will appreciate the delight ful fragrance and rich, glossy appearance impart ed to the hair, and no fear of soiling the skin, scalp, or moat elegant head-dress. This Is tha Cure list lay la tha Aiiniuxia that Kfcf Ja. This Is the X an. who m bald :avi gray. Win) now has rarea locks, they say lie uie.1 the Cure that lay la Iho AaiBKosiA that Kin; ma-. This Is the Maidea, bandsom and gay. Who married the lain onee bald aa j vgry, who now has raven locks, thsy aa He usxl tbe Aucuosu that Klu. made. at following rates 1000 Dollars Worth at first cost. 4000 Dollars Worth at 35 percent I i than cost. At 133 Church Street, This Is the rarson, who, by tha wj l, banaaoma aii,i Ky, Married the malJcn, , WYMANU Oldfitaad. Wat. B. R0B1RT. To the mxi once bald ami gray. But who now has raven lucks, tin aay, Reeause ha used the Cure that lar Ia the AvnuxxiA that Rlag made. This la the Bell that rings swsy 10 arouse the peopia sad ana gsv ?lntothisfsct,whlchhrdoeIa, - it yrm arouM nor V tma or pro?, ti the AxsJsotiA t hat Ring nlt- Depot IM ft 200 Greenwich St. M. Y. LM.rt)BBS&M,P?ETCK,Pinssoi ,X.rl simrl less a whet bat 1 wast this i could ti it fjr n carry receiv lie namci Uoa, Co tan came t Mr. f given i WE3 Dj came: know sprin.- year ; tiocs tho fr. ousiy j inna i t'erTiw: hot Jes XG1S so he haj lrie5, a that ev when new in. mind n mane n before His to tfc' and ia- . , out wn species Boffieicr Ose. 'lie u IWJ10' aopmg -Laropc vice to i