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THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING-, APEIL IS 186G.
Jnsurnncc. Aetna Insurance Company OK HARTFOKD. Capital nnd Surplus. $J,U0O.O0O. S. A P. S. WIHES, AgeDts. Hume Insurance Company OK NEW YORK. Capital and Surplus, ' S 1,720,000. S. A R. S. WIRES, Agents. ThelttsCoof rVorlh America OF PHILADELPHIA. (Incorporated Oldest Company In tbe United States.) Cnpltal and Surplu-, SI,KO0.O00. Perpetual Ins. granted cn Erst-class buildings. S. A R. S. WIRES, AgenU. International In. Company OF NEW YORK. Capital and Surplus, $1,200,000, S. A R. 8. WIRES, Agents. rTlctropolilau Insurance Co. OF -NEW YORK Capital and Surplus, SI,GI 1.148 This Co. returns I net profits to policy holders. S.1K.S. WIRKS.Agonts. rVorth Western InsnraiiceCo OF OSWEGO. X Y. Capital and Surplus, $250,01)0 Incorporated in S. R. S. WIRES. A genU Pluunix Insurance Company OF HARTFORD, COXX. Capital and Surplus, $I,00G,?90. S. i R. S. WIRES, Agent!. iYarrafaiisctt V.&. .It. Ens. Co. OF PROVIDEXCE.R, 1. Capital and Surplus, $G00,000, S. A R.S. WIRES, Agents. Lamar Fire Insurance Co. OF NEW YORK. Capital and Surplus, 1 107.388. S. A R. S. WIRES, Amenta. Commerce Insurance Co. OF ALBANY, X. Y. CJ.PITAl.AXDSURPI.CS, SiO',103 S. i R. S. WIRES, AgenU. IViag-ara Fire Insurance Co. OF NEW YORK. CAPITAL AXD SURPLUS SI. 5 00,000. This Company insures detached farms and Til lage dwellings, three j ears, for i per cent. S. A H. 8. WIRES, AgenU. LoriII.-ml Fire Insurance Co OF NEW YORK CAPITAL, AXD SURPLUS, SI. 102, OS 1 This Co. returns I net profits to poller holders, S. If E. a WIRES, General AgenU. Western ITIass. Insurance Co OF PITTSFIEID, MASS. CAPITAL AXD SURPLUS S273.000, S. A- R. S. WIRES, General AgenU. iYorth American Fire Ins. Co OF NEW YORK. Incorporated 123. CAPITAL AXD SURPLUS 873O.O00. Fifty per cant of net proSts rctnraed to policy S. i R. 3. WIRES, General AgenU. Applications for agencies fur the three last named Companies in Vermont, Western New Hampshire and Northern New Yorir, should be made to us as General Agents and Agency Superintendents for miA fnm. ...( a In . . T . Fire and Inland insurance laV en in tbw ilc. named first class Companies, to the amount of "j, in uofl nit. Dwelling houses an! tl.elr contents and firm urn. perty generally will be insured for one t r a term of years, allowing me insured to receire bacit yearly threefcnrihs the profits at rates to low is to raaVo 11 an eiect to all having such property to insure, to try these Companies. Prsmlum notes are not required, and the insure i incurs no liability to assessments: the larra sash as. sett efthese Companies furnish perfect indemnity First-class 1'urm and Villa-re dwelling House. W ith their Contents will be IXSVRFD THREE YEARS FOR IUI.F OF O.VE FUR CH..T7- r OK THE E.YT1RE TERM. Losses liberally adjoined and promptly paid at this agency. S &.R.S. WIRES. Agents. CEXERAL AGEXCY. OPTHC Manhattan Lite Ins. OF NEW YOKiC Co. Assets, s,ooo,ooo. rpniSCompanvcomtnenecJ iU operations In 1330 i ana nt prof cculcu a f accessmi ana rem Die bus.neM.nnc '.Policies are rranta tothuse In sound health both on the folnt stock and mutual plans of insurance, uiu auorain 10 me panne me aaran taes of either ftem a. their option In one Instl- inuon, --ae lowest rates m premiums are cnarenl that can b- a-lopte 1 and famish reqa!iite Mmrit lu uie viureu ana pcrpeiuiiy 10 wc company. TJtU eamjinif kas alreaty piii mvtr $I,M1,(3 fjr tottet ax wer t aivtaemi i pitty koUerg. XO.V-FOltKEITING LIFE POLICIES, Premiums ma v be Daidsinzli or In fire or ten an nual payments, at option of the aured. Tl.Is plan is Commended to the public as it Elves to tho assured the lull ralue cf all the money paid and beinz cnmpletee In early life, whilst the parties are rifjruuj ana uopf iui, sires enure exemption rrvta paments .r aaxwtiealn airauNsd life, its value cann -t t tuuiiiluy ejttmiled. AO.V FORFElTtSQ ESDOJTMEZT POLICIES, These arc maile payable at death or on attaining a Ci en ae, Premiums parable In ten annual pay ments. iuc jKJiirjy itccuraesnon iortoiui'tie Iitr one tenth of amount insured for each payment, uartfes tnrurlns In this plan hare all the adrantaeiof a arnt; liank, as toe pa meet of premiums se cures its equiralont ralue. payaM a the assurer attiinms the ciren ac cr at death ahould it oacur sooner ULoie me.fnort term, cniment and annuity policies Issued In all their rations and ao- frored forms. Printed d tcumenti containing lull nformation furnished wltliout charge a -hi -sent free by mail. Good local agents wanted In erery town and eneretlc and reliable men employed cn faror- aoie terms iiirarei lor mis eonpany. s. & R. s. wii:es. Gen. Ji&nUtf Asasy Sapt.s for Vermont and counties cf Saratoga, T7ashlntan. Warren. .exp Clinton, Franklin and St, Liirrence n Kew VorL Jan 3Jawlr (Coffins, JACOB GKEK.. XASCfACTTirX DJC1LCR 1.1 Collins and Burial Cascw In iTocd and If etal, cf crcry style. ALL siiM constantly on hand or made to order In any required style. Corn Tuuutto of all kinds, Name Plate Barendi, CraraU, Collars and everything reqairJ eoBitantlv en hand mod furnished at skert notice. leas furnUb Coins at any houref the nlfbt, ft nqwlfd, as I sleep la the aatne balUIac. FVSuZLS ATTCXDU, WTTM IlKAax Apply at any hour of day or nirht to VP J J. 6&EEN CoUepe St., K. B. FLOTD. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, 154 CHURCH STREET, HAS IN STOCK, bought since tie decline In Gold, a splendid assortment of Watches, American, English and Swiss, in all styles ef II ant ing and Open Cases. Gold and Silver, embracing some very choice Diamond Set, Enameled and Plain Gold. CHAINS AXD CHARMS. A LARGE VARIETY OF CUNNING DESIGNS. JEWELRY. New. elegant, unique styles orSetts. HaWSeUs, Bioochcs. Eir.Rlngs, Sleere buttons. Scarf Pins, teals. Fine Stone Doublets, Ruby, Emeraled, Gar set, Pearl, Amethyst, Engine Turned, Plain, Ena meled, Beats and Children's Rings, Bracelets, Lock ets, Gold and Coral Metro Cateh-nu, e. HAIRJEWELRV AND.SILVER JEWELRY, Hade to order at short notice. SOLID SILVER criODS, Rich and serviceable. (Of our own male ) PLATED WARE. A complete stock of tbe finest quality (f Table uoous, aou articles 01 utility ana artistic Deautj. I'ine .llarlile and Calendar Clocks. Also a great variety of eheaner time pieces. Epec. taelesand Kve classes. ineverrLInd of bow anl fecus of Glass. Gold Pens and Pencils, Fine Tablo and Picket Cutlery, Baiort, Scissors, Shears, Fans, jieaus, monies, bases. Toilet Articles. Hdkf. and Glove Tozes. Portemonnaies. lc. We aro able to offer superior Inducements to purchasers, as our stock is the lantil and trr in selection and quality in this vicinity, consisting of freh new gnon, bought and to be sold at rtry low prices. Watch work will, as nsual. ryeive our personal auenuun. E. B. FLOYD, 131 Church Strict Sign ul the nig Eagle. xiTv c oods. James J?. Rrinsmaidi J E WEJLER. At the Old Stnnd Cl.uich Street, Is receiving a ood stock of Jeuclrj, fSold anUSiUer Watches, Seal t)dd Fc lion's and Temper ance 1'inb. California Diamonds. An extensive variety of Cuff ISultoias and Studs. most all sorts of Jewelry with leautiful names, new ana ncn ei its oi lm,lTJ3n TjE.I sets. Mr Steele is rjew, as good and and as cheap as can be had at any other place, ana as to New Jewelrr I have received a large assortment since the decline in :old. April C. J. E. BRINSMAID. TO SI'ORTSMEX. ntilE nndersigned have Just received afall axsort JL ment of RivoltHo Pistols or evcrr detlrabl pattern.and Cabtbiscis to lit. All of which will be sold as low as tae lowest, and very much lower thin they are generally sold In this city by other Slops. UUI.-1SJIA1D 4- 1111.11 HD-YI 11 bept. 15 No. 1 Bank Block. prn (Sootls. xew goods: .VciP Goods ! .Tcic Goods ! IV. n. HOIJEIITS Begs to announce to the Goods huyin; public that he has Just Arrived (rom Market WITH A, -Yen' stock or .ill xlyds DEY GOODS irmcD ns will sell at PRICES LOWER Than they have been offered in this market for the last three years. Please give us a call and examine goods and get posted up on prices. We are selling HINTS from 15 to 20 cenu, and COTTON as low as i a cents. Everything else in proportion. SPRIXG STTL.E XO. 1 DELAINES 25 cts Remember the place 152 Church St., C. E. Wy man a oia f iana. TCM. D. ROBERTS. March 21, I&G rims: fdks:: furs: it We are now offering our EX TIRE STOCK or - Ladies' and Gents' Furs together with alarge assortment of BUFFALO AXD FAXCT KOIIKS 1 AT COST! CALL EARLY AND SECURE G REAT BARGAINS At SUATTCCK BROTHERS. No. 1, Union Block. Burlinston. Vt.,Feb.20.IS6. dtf sprixg srri.Es. Corsets and Hoop Skirts. Ercncli Corsets only $ 1 .50 HOOP SKI UTS from 75 cts. to $3.00 CHEAPER THA.f THE CHEAPEST. the place to buy EIoop Skirts and Corsets XO. 4, UNION HI.OCK. April 7. SMITH k PLATT, .SPRIXG DELAINES, American A: English Prints SIIKETINCS and SHIItTIXCS, SI O O P SKIRTS AND CORSETS opened this day at March 7. S4t- PAGKBWT. grg (Snods. CHAT'S PATENT MOLDED, ALSO ENAMELED MOLDED AND Patent Reversible PATER COEE.tRS. WE can rapply the trade with the above Collars at Manufacturers prices. Merchants will do well to call ana examine uem t COLVERa- TURK'S, Mar. l7.-dtf Nos 23 Bank Block. NEW GOODS. HAVING jast returned from market, and hav lnR reDlanlihed nearlreverr denvrtmentof my stock, I am repire4 to show a handsome assort ment of nearly all kinds of DRY G O OR S. I weald call especial attention to my assortment of Counterpanes, Llueu NapkUs, Toweling and Diapers. BLEACHED AND BROWN COTTONS, Prints nnd Ginghams, WHITE GOODS, Sl'OH IS PLAtir AltD CHECKED CAMBRICS, STRlrED, CHICKED J.fD PLJI.r .fJl.fSOOKS, CRIMPED JXD PVAIIT DIUITT, VICTORIA AXD BISHOPS LAWS. RRU.LIA.YTS, BIRDS EYE i.V.T. I(t. ' AID TO Thread Store Goods, Such as Knlttins Cottons, Spool Cottons, or the most desirable makes, Aiacnine oim and Threads, Pins, Needles, Tapes, c lc. EDWARD BARLOW. No. 156 Church Street. March dtwtf. SPRIXG STri.K HOOP SORTS FOIt 18GB. HE NEW, ELEGANT ANH FASHIONABLE "BKOOKI,Y SKIRT, 55 JL'ST RECBIVKIl. ALSO.NKW 8TTLE OF CORSETS The best artlele ever shown In this city. LADIES, rOU ARB 1NYITID TO CALL AND EXAHINI THEM at LYMAN'S, Corner Store. reb. It. dawtf. GRAND OPEXIXG NEW SPEING GOODS AT TITE SMIAIVJjS, SIEKS, Dress Goods, Dc Liaincs, PEINTS, COTTONS, CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS. WIIVDOW SHADES AND Curtain Eaces. " BEE HIVE," April 2. SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE LADIES. OTAMPED CHEMISE Y0KB3 and braid fur em. O broidering just opened at K. BARLOW'S March It No. lit Church Street. STAMPED CHEMISE YOKES. CHEMISE Yokes sUaij ed for braiding received V tnis aay. Also an assortment oj vamoric aag lngs ana inieruons at EDWARD BARLOW'3 No. 1M Church St. March SI. IKS dawtr SPECIAL TO THE LADIES, A iVcw Thins. TUST RECEIVED a lull assortment of the New U Patent Ualr toils In the different shades at LYMAN'S. Marsh 7 tf ANOTIIEB. LOT OF TUE FAMOUS Brooklyn Skirts, TCST RECEIVED and going off rapidly, every iauy luouia nave one. taii ana see taem at to toner oiore. Mar. 17. dawtf. LYMAN'S. WHITE MOREEN open this day at EDWARD BARLOW'S, No. Its Church St. March 3a. 1SCC. YOUiG BROTHERS & CO GLOVES, HOSIERY, ZEPHYR WORSTED, HAND AND MACHINE MADE WORSTED GOODS SMALL WARES, TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS, AXD CORSETS, SOfc 82 Devonshire Street, BOITOX feb.S.ie. davsmee HENRY HE IMS, Manufacturer of R1EEE1RD T A BEES With Patent Comblnaitlon rnihfnn. Patent PocktU and all the lUert tmprorementf. Jan. It w6m Bofton, CHEESE SACKING. nHEESB SACKING jut opened and for tala br April 3 wtf. No. ISC Church Street. XOTICE I HEREBY five notice Uat I hare riven my son Darwin G. French his time dariBgllia minority, and shall elaim sons of his carninrs nor nar anr usut oi nil coufcnoiuig; uwi wu uiui. Levi rnzjtiii. Underbill. March 15. IStt w39w3 TOM. BALE. W. LO TOLL'S TWO STORY BRICK HO UK, 1U earsbtB. fnit treaa. a mxl Wra os Bkort Straat, envedu lev. Mr. Bafcrd'a. Bssejsllf O.J. TJALXsTR, B 40SS.0W cv Wf. vs. m wr. Soohs and lationcrn. XEW BOOKS. THE STORY Of KENNETT, by Tayard Taylor. CERISE: a Taleorthe Last Century. byG. . White aielvUle. THE LOST TALES OF MILtTCS, by fir Edward Bulwer Lytton. . WALTER GORING: a Story oy ice author 01 OnOon!,"Ac. STORIES TOLD TO A CHILD, by Jean Ingelow. APPLETON'SR R.OUIDE Tor April, For sale by ' C.0.FROCII4.C0. dtr. XEW HOOKS. "Tales. Romances and Extravaganias,"by Tho- "Ecccntrle Personaies," by . Kursen, l) J) "Social Life of the i.'hlneie," by Justus Doollttle. Little Foxes," by Mrs. II. . ttowe. "The Old Manor House,' from the Sunday Mara- sine. "Tlie Master Mechanic" " " "Jlrv nraee or The Two Physicians." for the Rell'ious Tract Society London. ilettj's Hopes or iTrut in uou." Merer Gleadon's Work." by Elisabeth Stuart Phelps. , . Jessie uower; or jin. ocuauoi For sale by E. A. FULLER. THE CHILDREN' AKE ALL SINGIXC 'IIHB Chakxixo Soxes contained in the "Merry L Chimes." U O. Emerson's rew ana ropuiar Book of Juvenile Music, cnntalnlns; nearly two hundret pieces, every one a favorite. Most decid edly the best collection published, aid fullnwlnz in the path of its predecessor, " The Golden Wreath," or which no less than a Quarter of a Million Copies have been printed. Trice SO cents. Sent po-t-piid CIIl'KCH CHOIRS ARE SATISFIED That the best book for their w.e is "The Harp or Jcdab. by I.O. tmerjon. inoirs me most fas tidious in their tastes, and bavins the reputation or being "vev hard to please." have acknowledged the "Harp or Judah" to be just the look they want. Price jijapercopy, suaooien. XO PIAXIST WILL FAIL TO ADMIT That of the hundreds or P.ooks or Instruction In Pianororte .Music published, uicninr.soi's rcw Metdod, takes the lead and seem destined to keep it. Twenty five thousand conies cf Kleuard. son's ilethod are sold every ) esr. Price $3 75. Sold by all Music Dealers. Sent post-paid. OLIVER DITSON CO.. Publishers. Boston. MAGAZINES. Atlantic Monthly Ut April. Godey's Majrailne " Lesll " Home " ' Lady's Friend Our Voun Folks " Beadle's tlonthly Fer sale by E. A. FULLER, gninfs ami Jhnliuarf. II K E 1 X I G ' S Improved Einsecd Oil. rpilE manufacturers of this article dcxlre to call 1 the attention or dealers in 1" INTS an.1 OILS. CAR and CARRIAGE BUILDERS, also CHAIU MANUFACTURERS, to its Efficiency, Dnrabllity.fc Itcnuly of I'iuili when used in combination with any Paints oi Var nish. Tbe Inventor ot this Improvement after many jears of stndy and experiment uontlie natureand properties of Linseed Oil, has suoceeded in sreatlt increaslnsthose properties, uhich render Lneeed Oil the only true and efficient paint oil. Bseimo's Uteoved Li.iskdOil is aSeir-Dryin; Oil, and readily unites with White Leads. Zines, and any Colored Paints, in same proportions as Raw Unseed Oil. , , It Is not affected by age or exposure, and will neither wash, crack nor soale off. and rives to any Paint a Beauty or Fin'ih and Durahilitr, far ex ceedinz that obtained by the use or Raw Linseed Oil. Lehigh Metallic Paint. EIGHTY PER CENT. METAL. T Email METALLIC PAINT bus fully proved AJ its merits, and civen entire satisfaction for ser eral years, ana is pronouncea ty the mcst eompe tent judges to be the licet, most Durable, nnd Cheapest Tire auu ii airi.rroui i itiut, ever brouzht before the 1 "nolle. II IGF. LOW A HOLMES Manufacturers of White Lead, Zinei, Colon and Oils SW Fulton ttreet, New York. Tor sale by WnKBLER I RIPLEY, Burliaten, Vt. Jan.23d.l6. dawjm White Lead. Atlantic White Lead and Linseed Oil Co., of New York, Manufacturers of PURE WHITE LEAD, Dr, wd in Oil, RED LEAD, LITHARGE. Ghw-rnakers' Rtc Lead, etc. Also, LINSEED OIL. Riw, Boiled and Refined. For sale by Druggists Sc Dealers generally, and by ROBERT COLGATE Se Co. General Agent:. i37 Pearl St.. NEW YORK (CrorrriciS O K SMALL BOXES HONEY for sale at ZD PKIRCiTS. FARMERsTAKK XOTICE rAA HARRELS POUlr.KTTE, 50 Tuas Ooe's jJJ S.pcrFhoipLxteftf Ua)e,forsale by J,b. PKIRCCS SOK. Jan. I dawtm. gMOKED BEEF jait received at PEIP.CES. HORSE RADISH. T)REPARED HORSE RADISH constantly on i nana ana lor sate Dy JACOB GREEN, College Street, - . Burlington, Vt. Jan.-.?, 166. dawtf CAXADA PEAS. 1f!fl BUSUBLS Srst rate nets, for sale low by J.S. PE1RCR SOX. ree.T, 1S. dawu 1 nn BBLS SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME, 1 U U 300 bbls Poudrette tor ale Ijr j.s.piaRcnisox. OK HARP.ELS DRIED APPLES for sale by ZD J. S. PUIRt'E A SON. driediieef: dried beef:: DRIED BEEF In Sne condition at HARTS. No. 4, Bank Block. SMOKED HALIIIL'T. A FEW pounds of Smoked Halibut for sale low. at HARTS, No. 4 Bank Block. CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES. A GOOD assortment or Carriages for salo at HALTS. No. 4 Bank Block. T) AISINS. FIGS, NUTS. PICKLES, SARDINES s.iv 1'jii.i.r.u i.ut)ir.iU5,ic..Ac. Wholeraleand Retail at HARTS. . No, 4, Bank Block. March 29. Cecils XEW SEE D S. AT Wheeler Sfc Ripley's. Herds Grass, Red 'Top and CLOVER SEI.DS. GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS also A'entsHor Vick's Celebrnf cd Imported GARDEN AXD FLOWER SEEDS. O fift BUSHELS TIMOTHY SHED for sale r UU J.S.PEIXCB4-0Jt. THE CLARE.MOXT Iffaniifacttiringr Coinpany, ViLAlltlIU.il, H.U.. MANUFACTURERS OF PAPER AND B00K8 A5D WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS ZSf Books and Stationerj. loucrr oudiss rox Everythlne In their Hoe and pay CASH FOR RAGS. February I. IMC wtartt S. D. i: H. W. SMITH'S AMERICA' ORGAiVS, Till) MOST I'EKtXCf ANL BEAUTIFUL J1USICAL IXSTRUME.T IX THE WORLD FOR THE AMER ICAN HOME CIRCLE. HTSeventeen (17) First Premium! were awerded to the American Organs In the month of October I5S5, over all competitors at different State and County Fairs. The .linerican Organs are the only RHASs REEI ORGAIVS now berre the public. The only Oran hitin; a Rercrlieratiii: Soiiml ROx, orWINDUHEaT. which has the same imu.,rUnt Prt to perfona as the Souiytlns; boani has in a iaoo Vort4 fbu rive bodv and reasiinanoc of tone)ind witnut whlefa Uie Organ become merely a 3ieioneon m an urjsan i;ase. Special attention is ealle 1 U. the sty le ..f AMER CAN ORG W, No. IT, e. ntaluinc the Super OeUt e l'ouulerandSu)-Rsss. FOR CIlURCIIESinwant of a powerful Instrument, h t means are llmit4. us price renders It very aesiratne. Every Orcaii is W:ii'i'.tii(cI to rroveSali-Jaftorv. THE AMERICAN ORGANS all have the Rever beratin: Sound Box, or Wind Chest, and are finish. ed in tbe hlihest style of art, in RoMwood, Jet, Walnut, and Oak finish, richly varnished and Pol ished, or in Smooth Oil Finish, forrainf elegant nieces of Furniture for tbe Parlor or Boudoir -. and the Oak and Walnut eeiweiaUy adapted tor Churches, Lecture and Lodsw Rooms. THE AMERICAN ORGANS are all finished with onr new PATENT improvements, cooUinlns tbe imcroved Knee Swell. Douole Bellows, two Blow Pedals, and TREMOLO found In no other instru ment. XKiV STYLUS OI' CASKS, Rlclil v riiiilicil nnd Highly Omatncutcd TiT Illatirated QtUtsatj, eoatsjinin; eats tiken from FhcHoeraBlis, aiiowiiig their relative sue u eaea ouser, tsat tree. Address POWERS V STOR GENERAL AOEXTS F0RT1IJ5 STATE, burlixgtox. r r. gaUroatls. VERMONT CENTRA L A XI) SCLLI VA X RAILROADS. spring au"kTv.n'gemb:;t. Commmcing April'), 1866 rams 0015s sotnn a.id iast. Leave BurliBftoa at T.eo A. )!.. 12.20 r. !., and eUUI.M Mail Trait eaves St. Albans, att.lS A. M.,eon- necun; at vt . ite Klrer j unction and tsellowe Falls with trains fo r Boston, Worcester. Springfield and ,w i or, a rr viu: ai ,iew i or if at r. h and with trains on I'aMumnsie R. R. Iar ExoreM leaves Montreal t S 1i A t St.Johas at 10 A.M., Ofdcoiburth at 3 3u A M , for noston, Ac, Citcnecting at Burlin;ti with Rut land Road for Troy and New A'ork, a.ritlas ir Boston via Lowell at 10 3n P. 31. Nitdit Exores leaves Ofdensburrh at II , A. M. Montreal r, P.M., Route's Point .40l'.J!.,St Johns at 4.49 P. )!., arrivin: at Boston at 140 A. M., eon ceeUnsat Bellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad for noston and Worcester and with ermont VaUe Railroad Tor Sprinjaeld, Ac, and arnviuf la New 1 UIK b lOU I . 41. TRAMS O01S0 SOUTH AMD WIST. Leave Burllnjton at 4 00 A. M., 8 13 A. M., 4 JO 1 . si., osj f. 31. anns u l'. si. Dir Emress leaves Boston via Loaell at A in A M. for Burlington. St- Aihans, Montreal, arrivinj at jiuaircaj bl r. si , uacneourgnai 1 A.M. Mail Train leaves Boston at T.ftt A. M. via Lowell via iwrence ana f lunttur; at 7m a. M., Spring field at 7.43 A. M. for Burlington, and St. Alb.n, Accommodation Train leaves NorthSeld at 6 li A. 31.. liurllnirtCL at 8 13 A. 31. tor St. Albans, Montreal and Rouses' Point. Ni"lit Emress leaves Bellows Falls at in.i P. it receiving uessenrrers from Vnrmnnt V,ll.v I; n leaving New York, at 12.13 P. M., and from Cheshire it. k. leaving uofton at 3.13 r. 31 , connecting at White River Junction with train leaving Boston at 6.0J P. 31., for Burlmiton, Rouse's Point. Jlontreal and Oirdensbnrjr, with Grand Trunk trains for the esi. Sleeping cars are attached to both the Nizht press trains running between St. Albans and i ston, and St. Albans and Springfield. Through "Ickets to Chisago and the Heat for saleatthe Principal stations. Tickets to Detroit, Ctlc;o and all points West sold by II. N. DRURY, Ajrent, No a American Ho tel uuriinston, vt uayji;e ohecked threuzh. , . , G.31ERRILL,Sup't, St. Albans. Aprll9. 1S6K. r RUTLAND AXD IHJRLIXGTOV II, It. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Commencin; Feb. 5, IS, trains will run as fol lows: LEATI BrRLllCTOV - 8 A. 31.. 3IA1L TRAIN tor Boston, Lowell, Wor- - . V. ' ""urgn. uraiiieooroprlnsleld.llart Tord, New Haven, Troy, Albany and New York arrive in Troy at 4.23 P. 31. iew York 10.25 p. w Boston 7.30 P 31. Tkroujk to Boitan uilhmt ti.mv .rr.. V- HP?ESS TCi,'s for Troy, Albany New ork and the W est : arrive at Tm, am . . New York c A. v., by Iluason River Railroad' uiccpius wars or uuuson jurcr steamers. TAreuot re TVatr u-tfAAuf s... -r .... 10 0 p. N IG HT EXPRESS.wlth Sleeplni; Car. for New i ork and Boston. Arrive in Trn t i m . Tt. NewYorkI0JOA.il.; Boston S.40 a. if. TArony to Trojani Ballon vitkaut ckanor of Cn. From tkt Soulk tnd East Trains tm or BurliniU at folloui i SJO p. ir., MAIL TRAIN from Boston, Lowell, Wor eeste-.Sprln'field, Hartford, New Haven, Tro Leaves Boston 7J0 a. v. 7.40 A.., NIQIIT EXPRESS TRAIN.wlth Kll. cars, from New York and Boston, leaves New -, 1111." LUU p, X J. W nk npvvriM . . No. I, American Hotel Bfock. Bae-ajo checked throu-h. EZTFare alwajs as low as by any other line. GEO. A. MERRILL. Sup't . X. J. NICHOLS. Architect nnd Prnctlcal Unlldcr, Offict at Tttidtnct, Elm, Vt. WHEP.B he mar be consulted upon everythln relatln' to the enetlnn r.r rTiui,:i classes, rrom the roundaUon to the roor. He Drafts I -. --...p iiw au necessary caicula- ! "uw" lonna or tlons, elevations, sections, Ac.) or Churches A earf a mles, School Houses. HotDwemnic. AfS J? F O P S J' E S S ' Barns and ouUhousMgeneraUy.lncIudln-additioni i. i and Improvements. J.mciuuin.aaaitlons n is rapidly superceding all preparations of Havlnghad considerable experience in the er.. Op um, and Yaleriaathe weU known result oi tionorcocntry Churches he thinks he can eIm 7 ,Hh" 10 PfJ10 t'onsUveneis and serfouTdlfa entiresatlsractlon (either as oontraVtor or superin! &l's'Jt,1ls Mlm. EesUesmess and tendenUtoaHwhomayneed his services , la tB; I f SaVl Lci!" "SuUr tIoaotthe bowel branch or ArchltMtnre. ana k. -i.. "ilT . and secretive organs. "BuUding Committees-to consult him perscnallT ! or urieiieroeiore contracting with others. Healso ' .. . ... ' i mors expensive. Address - u ff. J. Nirnnv.e Architect and Builder Essex. Vt. Jan. is wast HAVB TOC SEEXTUEM. T1TB beautiful Engravincs and PheUrrapks hi Carved Black Walaut Frames f ' jrer sue or v. V. 7UNCB , TAKE CARE OF YOUR LIFE! PACTS. Sept. 5, 1803. SEELY'S Patent Metallic Sole. "A NEW INVENTION. it'cT,ir.Tni Feit is the most prolific cause of disease and death kne wn to humanity. It Is al ... ... n i.,in,' nn a cold ; and colds, neglected. and often when not neglected, lead to fevers or to coughs and fatal consumptions. It Is la recogni- tienoi tnis iruin mo """'" country has tor years been devisini some method, or attemptins to devise It, for keeping the Icetdry, and yet that should not give Inconvenience to the wearer, nuuwr wu"i " hitherto been our reliance 5 but it is well known as among their many evils, that while they keep the teet dry from external moisture, they sweat them over much, and by thus inducing an undue tenderness increase a suscepuiiimy i""" than otherwise. They are also cumbersome to the feet, and withal are very expensive. The demand Is for something that shall mako the ordinary Biiot and Shoe Impervious to water, without affecting their eloganco or durabilit-. anl. if possible, with out adding sensibly to the cost of their manufac ture. These, It win oe eonceoea. are uiosv important features, and we conscientiously affirm that they are absolutcl yattained in the Invention herewith presented to the pobllc. The invention consists In inserting between the inner and out .r sole, when the boot is making, a thin MtTALL'.cl'LATE, ex--eeaingiv aucme.cumuin Ine flexibility with toushness, very lirht, and every way a-Upted to the end desired, while tie additional expense is merely nominal. It furnislrn ..-fBi-t Knrrier ara!nst the admission Of wet Or dampness, though the feet may be exposed ever so loO" upon wet pavements or uujp ,1'juu.. To ladles and children the Mxtauc Soles wUl be of incalculable value, as from their habits of life and delicacy c r dress, they are particularly exposed to the long train or ills that attend upon an Inade quate protection to the fteC Ttese Sulrs have already been tried hy the best of all tests, actual BSC and the testimonials to their merit, rreelr procerea, maicaio usi tuey must be rpeedih and universally adopted by the uublie. The Patent Sletallic Soled Boots and hoes are being intnloeed intj the leading Boot and Shi Stores throughout the United States an I will supolant all forms o- overshoes except possibly for deep mud or snow, as they be-om i-non. B na-r due, nt.t h.tuD-u t- liAVe 1'iwm l.e .aa pr - eure them without duncuit Ilhewi'ln t. tl.en sei,d .ourll lo t.e mventitr oue'i'iilar -nd llurty Otftibi, and ol.tain six pair, as,aitu -. - n.tur.u. t.. u. wiiteh w'l! be nromut y f. tw.r e.' n. .11 or express pre-paid and wtilehein se ma '. uu i any shoemaker in tbe cuuty A.eu . w... be e.ia lihllaever -itv .! v.,lie. ..... .ill. siulee and lifi.pilenry - .1.- u u.c prie s and liberal coniuuion au. we.i . c a e Ais . General Agenelee for SUte.ap).:ote.l .u ., vlicaiion, with proper tcstlmi.niai. t. t-e mvist, r c. ..I . r. i. .bi-ui. General lieuol' crner C.t Hall Place ai.d Rea.l i Nn, ..." . - . . i TKSTIMONI LS. ti . unjt.ralued lve for the ist six months wrn KootsaiHl Sh.i. iKjssef!inj;)lr. beel)sMKTAT Lr Sole, and find them an effectual preventive agminst dampness, and the colds to often taken from da top feet- Moet gladly do we testify to the perfect emeiency oi meir eet.icv. ih jictanie ianot onlv a srrandcontribatloa to the cause or eeneral health, buta aond.e luxury, obviaUng all oeeewity or India Rubber shoes, except in muddy weather. All ordinary aampnew, ana even water upon pavements, is completely Toiled or its uower of harm by this laost simple and useful in ri' v ...-h.v.i e.r-r. i:il Ih.m wiU ever be without them again, as they Increase the cost of boots and shoes by a sum wnicn is scarcely wonu namituc, and insure, positively, dry feet, which is -uVaai mn . tii. rt eorKittions of health and mmfart We "heartily commend the "31etallic Sole" to all tbe sensible. J CLEJIENT FRENCH, Pastor Central Cong. Church, Brooklyn. 31ARY A. FRENCH N'rw York, Dec., ISM. SauselJ. eelt, Esq. Dear Sir-In reply to your i-quiries regarding your patent Metallic Sole, I take great pleasure in stating that I had them ptit in a pair of fine ealf Skin Doots, wnien i wore me wuoio oi iajt .wk. m th t ii.m.i nf Alhanr. I have had them half soled since, and am wearing your Metallic Sole now, with full intention neier to be without them. I have not had a wet or damp foot during tsw whole time I have worn mem. i pronounce ILai. Ik.KMf inanta vat made. I am satisfied that do person having once worn them will do without .hut Ifiahina-von the aneeeM VOQ deserve (for SO valuable an invention for the preservation or health, I remain truly yours, SA31UEL JEFFERSON. Contractor.New York. 3Ir. Saucel J. Seilt IMar Sir I take sreat D'.easure In offering my testimony to the usefulness and comfort or your patent 3Ietaltto sole. 1 have ntea a pair oi oooti Air tba Tiaat seven months, furniihe I with this Sole, and feel no dentation ;n saying that I hare never worn shoes that comMned so perieeiiy ine ueeira- ble qualities ol dryne and auraouuy. E3I3IA OVERTON, Brooklyn. New ork. H 1 Siir P... Dear Sir la answer to your request. I am pleas ed to state that I nave manuiacrureu eooes coalmin ing your M eta lie Sole by machinery. I think them a superior article for keeping the feet dry. in MinnfunnHae them there is no trouble from ratling tbe thread when tewing, nor any difficulty la putlinc them in tbe shoe. Respectfully ours, ,- sEELEilANPEkRLBROOI.. Practieal Shte 3Ianufacturer, Brootlyni. 1 . 3Iar. 22. wm, PiSfcllanrous ADAMS' NEW PATENT SEPARATOR rs NOW IN COMPLETE OPERATION at Messrs, A Huncerferd 4 WAinwngnfs urain store, is use oat alt the Pi-'J. BUCKWHEAT, TARES, CAXADA THIS SORREL SEEDS, 4,r. c. It t. am11v tmnd on all nthertrraln andSeed. such as Wheat, R)e, Barley, Beans, Flax, Clover and TUaotny el. ana ail sinus oi garuen scons, x ar rar. who do not wish to be annoved with weeds may bring in their grain and eeds and have all the obnoxious portion taken out. The mill will be in operation in town uu seed union over, oy tie lnrnta . The right on the above 31111 is new ror sale rr the State or Vermont please aaaras, or visum person, SANTORD ADAMS at thi Hoaard II' use In rturllngtoa or Burnha i's Hotel in Mentpellar. March la " THE MAMMOTH Crockery, China, CJIass nntl Paper AVareliousc, Xot. S mill 3 Union It lock. Church Street, The undersigned, proprietors of the above estab lishment, desire to call public attentlan to their increased lael Itles for the better accommodation of their patrons. They have not only greatly en la reed and beautined thefr salesrocm. but have correspondingly increased and Improved tbeir stock. All goods named In the folloTing list thev will cQer on the most reasonable terms, at whole sale ana retail, vis. Crocker;, oi an I very desirable riipo. French China, plain, gokl band and decorated, In setts or assort ment. Table (Slam Ware.Kcro scuc Lamps I.niitrrn- mid Chandeliers, from the cheapest to the richest designs, and all goous pertaining to uie lamp traae. such as Cni3INEYS, BURNERS AND WICKS. PL4.TED G00D3, of "Rogers Ero.V and " Red- new a race's make. TABLE CCTEERY, of the best manufacture BRITTANIA WARE, JAPANNED CH A3! BER SETTS, and RICH FAXCY GOODS, Such as FANCY COLOGNE SETTS, VASB3, LAVA .uui.t.tin.. uuum, AC. And they would ca'l especial to their stock of Paper Hangings, Clolh and Paper Windoio Shades and Fixtures,- K, O, WIRES it CO. Mareh 7th. Istt. wtf SOME FOLKS CANT SLEEP NIGHTS George C.Goodin,M. L. Burr Co. and vr..v. rotter, wholesale i Druggirts Boston, are now pre P T1 t?.,?PpIj' Physicians, and the trade, with tie standard and Invaluable remedr uotiu's Nervine, TIlI'" snpassesall known preparaUons for the .?ti,U'E"ion.t'1" 2rirrti Disease ever sold so ViT. Li.'VT ""e rcaiiivor metwitn ibpi. nn nn. . , mental and bodily symptoms that follow InthS " "j V v'""r """re, ucaa-i nervine Is thebtst louieuy anown w science, soldby all Dru-lsts. . Met. llfO. a 7 4,1 "-. , a 11. i!. BTOKEK ICO . Prmrl.l ... . . MJohn Street, New York. I novemoeru. davrfm I 1 04 " I o- .1. Metallic Sole. 1 Outer Sole. I C Inner Sole. DRAKE'S PATENT ACTOMATIC GAS APPARATUS, (Patented May 5th, 1ST Mghtlnp with Gas. Churches, Hotels, I'rirnte Dwelling', M'ort.hops ami I'actories. Warranted to give a superior light at one half the expense cr ordinary coal ga. We would call the attention of the public to the merits or this Machine. a seen in constant opera tion st our salesroom, believing that it needs but to be understood to come into very general use with all who appreciate the Mice of alrst rate gas light, which can be obtained at a cost not exceed ing that of the light obtained from Keweue Oil. Many ingenious methods have been adopted for enabling Individuals to manufacture their own gas. The use of any of these methods involtts a large ontlay. for the construction of the works and buildings to contain them ; a constant care and no inconsiderable labor and expense on operating them atd keeping them In repair. Wo think the Automatic Gas Machine is free from any of these objections. Call and examine . G.S. BLODGETT A CO. 23 College St BLODGETT 4; SWEET'S Patent Calvcnizcd PORTABLE OYEN, Tor Ilotels.Steamcr. Private Kanillic!, WAIUtAXTEOlO cook avitii i.i:.is rui:i. than ANY OTIIKIt OVKN IN USH. It is a perfect Oven, doing everything required cf it in the most superior manner It will roast, at the same time, as many different kinds of meat at the oven can contain, and each piece will be per fectly sweet and Iree from the gs'es arising from the duTerent varieties, as tbe gases are let on through an eseape pipe at the top. For Baking Bread and Tastry. this Oven Uwitnoat a rival. The material from which It is manufactured being a non-oonductor,and constructed with air-chambers there is no radiation of heat, and a small quantity or fuel will keep it going ror hoars Nos J and I are especially adapted to the use of Private Famil ies, being furnished with a a,Wr ct Suit, hy means of whieh all tbe cooking for aa ordinary family can be readily done. It is sab.tantially made cf American Galvanised Iron, which will neither rust or burn out, and the Oven will last for years. JfANC FACTORED BY G. S. BLODG13TT & CO. ALSO DEALMtS IX Stoves and Trimmings, FURXaCE'S. REGISTERS, RANCES.1 Plumbers Good, ami Gas fixture of every ile.crlption. COLLEGE ST.,BlfItLI.YGTO.Y, VT. THE EXCELSIOR MOP STICKS ARE CXRIVALLED. .?.,-h.hS in 0!e' "d Io,,er P"s than any other of the same quality. ' G.S. BLODGETT A- CO. 23 CoUegeftt. HOWE'SSCALES Are AVitlioiit an Equal. Ter sale by G.S. BLODG ETT 4 CO 13 Collie St. AX OLD U A I. LA D. WITH WOIIUS FOIt THE TIMES Whit can poor mortals Sad to cure Those Coughs and CoWs they eft endure ; A remedy both safe and sure t Starrs' Balsata. ! When mud and snow fill every street. And earelees nrchlne wet their feet i What stops their Cough with cure complete t Stem' Balsam ! Set?rM.I3f0D:l!it.U ' Xe.and more; Of Threat Complaints, near half a scsro That vex poor dwellers on life's shore? Storrs' Balsam Then Croup its host of victims slat s i That scourge of Childhood's early days : Bat there's oxc thing its ravage stays. Stem- Balsam n nen choking Asthma raeks our frame, VVe get no help-, and doctors hUmei What can wS take, aid health regain i , . , htorrs' Balsam . Ai'neawe'ro Hoarse, and Lunirs are ThTnViKl' en Uu't hi'' Than aU the drugs In well filled store I Storrs' Balsam ' lant1ISI!5pt.l0.n t0 srare draws near. Its thousand victims, year by year : What stays its march, and gives them cheerf STORKS' nilsilf I Fatlsfvtf01'113 4 C0-' pPri'to. Wlaocsk lin'vJ7 i?J A' c- SPEAR CO.. Bur. Ungton, t., ,naDJ. prnggtsts etnerally. ' Colchesteb, March 13, 1S54. Da,Sroaj- iv.i.ir, . i. ... , "f!2?r. th-mlt UnVfl7ywT?. his l take rih. K; e J,Vour tnliaonarr Balsam. I Like the Uberty of addressing you. She has been very severely afflicted with Asth ra. at ttmaa .nr. mhfiS, T.i- TC " u'stressea respirauca, at which times I h.tva i.ll.t th V... . m 1. 7 advised m.tt,t.T.,lBe"J mlli...-7.r.'A.:i"'. vauam j t Til.y.ti. too use oi one small bot- tleshe has entirely recovered. With sincere gratitude, I remain, yours, Mar.lS-dawlm 0M Hiss. CITY COFFEE IIOCSE. First Dqor West of the Old IJnptist Warm Meals a n tl v. n i si Lunch at all Hours. ery respect. " UI" t'-"5 m OYSTERS IX EVERY STYLE. COLD FOWL, TONGUE, pnntr ..a IIA1I and EGGS. TEA and COVPKE. ' p-orY. S,,CES "aes wiU admit. s. rhmixT ti7X,rX?a"J wuen in town wui nna i. r. . "ui-ot. a gooa ano quiet place to lttnch at much less cost than can be obtal eet obtained sjaowuero. DINNERS and BCPPERS to order. I ... 1 aecurea the services or the excellent cook fuethe pubic te,nb,erlbrft,lj eofld'atof suit. E. 31. SUTTOX. Jaaaary 12, mt. BUTTON. P3h fsBBBBnl SSSSSSSSSBSBSSSSjisHaHaBBBBB S Of) REisro OIL AND LAND CO. CATITAL, $10,000,000. SnAKES, $100 EACH STOCKS GUARANTEED. For every Share of Stock hsucd, the Par Value (One Hundred Dollars) will be deposited la the TREASURY OF THE I. S. OR 13 VESTED IN GOVERNMENT SECCUITIES. Vnd may he withdrawn 1J" the Stock holder at any time. President. GALCSHA A. GRCW, Viee-I'resldent, CHARLES V. CULVER. Seeretary WILLIA3I DROUUII. Treasurer, ROBERT F.BKOOKE, DIRECTORS Hjsi. GALCSHA A. GROW, - Rsao, Pa. Late Speaker or tho U. S. U. or Representatives Hen. C. R. HANSOM, - - BoSTo.f 3Iass. U. S. Bank Commissiener for New England. Hon, SIDNEY DEAN, - - Provides, i. R. L Lata Mem. of Cong. Editor f The Prov. Pres HENRY A. SMYTIle, Esq., - New Yuek Cirr. President ot tbe Central National Ban. LUCIEN 11. CLLVER, Esq. - Nut Yosk Citt. Of Culver, Pcnn Co.. hankers. Hon. AUGUSTUS FRANK, - Warsaw, N. T. Mem. of the II. of Rep., Kth, 37th, .t -th Con -. 3IJ. JOHN L-WILSON, - Mau:.i. Ijd. Late cf the United Statu Army. Hon. THOMAS S. STtN FIELD, Soctb B.sb.Isd. Pres. of tbe First National Bank of South Bend. Hon CHARLES V. CULVER Frisklix, Pa Ot Culver, Penn 4Co. and Mem. ol the present C A1.KX BRADLEY, Esq., - Prnaai ksb. Pa. Pres't. of Tradesmen's National Bank .if puts. JOSHUA DOCGLAbS. Fsq.. - 3Iudtili.i, Pa President of the National BaakorCrawf,,r.l, Pa Col JAMES H. BROWN. - - - Cbi. too. III. President of Third National Bank oTl hicag.. GEORGE II. REA.Esq.. - - - SAiSTLori9,3Io. President of Second National Bank of St. Lou.4. Trustees of the Fund. Hon. JOHN J. CISCO - - New Yore. CiTr. or Ji hnJ. Cisco A Sons. Bankers, and late AsaL-t-ant Treasurer of the L. S. at New York. DEXNI.V:; DUUR, Esq., - New Yobs; Citt Or James G. King's Sons, Bankers. gjr-riiE lands of the company Cin?it ot Twelve Hundred acres, at lleno. rn the Allegany river. In Venango i'tunt), Pennsylvania lit kttrt at tkt Oil District in iMIe. OAE TIIOUSAAD WELLS CAN BE srNK UPON THE PROPERTY WITHOUT INTERFERENCE. Test wells have been sunk on the Estate, and Oil f .und in ua ing quantities in every instance i I F TV WELLS are now being put down to te lollowe l by others as rapidly as possible t the extent nece-.-ary re fully U. trior tk praftrtu. Onehunnre.l we.l..lel.tuvonl) ten barrels a day each t - d. .1 ir . a t-arrel.a price much bcl w tue a. era, , r, -o ..t Reno, wouM give one million ei::ht l.u-ir-l thousand duller a ,ear if inc. u.e, inaio , ; r : i f .K.taMy fifteen per cent over Xten a ' t.x-.- of every kind. It large n..wiiii wel:- i: f . . IU'. I. a m e ecre oj Mr trr-iuty ma) ti.,.l ' rvittai ortfmin fir" m. tn The' . i er w 'f. l'.-. .n-1' ILJ I) ikii. Kic mwu "t oi.i., eti-.il liu-i.lrt-'l L. t for Pusin. a: - T!nr.:i.au I xtenrdve Deuin.l -fen . . t . 1 eteuui frulu their Sale will r Tery great. THE STOCK IS Gl .tRAM ELD. . The Price . f'l e -t. V las r een filfl .t 'NF HI NORED AMIilVt MILLARS per Sbar- Fin 1'. Uarsgoint.i tii- Tre.-ur ul the t.iup.w a ' nitntiution t . t'i t..rkmg Fund. fa. f..' i. .. ftkr Storl. Ou' II m !r,,l lf,'r, is paid tlkt 7, -ttis.to bt Dtpo i' - in tfi' Trewturu of tae t mlr I Stal or Incut. .' in t, ,,-ftmeat ecuririi., Jlji 3IJY BE ITITHIH. til HY THE ATOt kHtlLUEk AT J.vr TIME. 11, the Payment ol'Ten lMliikrs, pera.-os that tv irc t.. await the Result f the Firat Year's Devel opment, can Secure the I ii'l.t ot obtaining 4 FL t.L PAID SHARE OF GUARANTEED STOCK f..rOn Hundred Dollars Additional, at any time behre the Firs, day of April, 1-r. It is an Inveetment with the Chances of Large Profit and is always converti ble into Cash at Par. It might be called A LEGAL TENDER OIL STOCK. So large a Working Fund (S500.000 has never been provided or expended by any C. muni in the Oil Region. Subscriptions will le rece e '.y agents and by the principal Bank- ant Banker, throughout the eoantn . Prospcctusc- anrt ..ther information will be furnished by Agents, and SAMUEL T. HOWARD. ErBSl'RIPTlUS AfiEST. -'1 Nassau St. New March 2i dAweuww PR. STRICKLAND'S 3IELLIFLU0US COUOU BALSAM i. warranted tu cure C uiis. C ids, il.'ir-eno--. A-;. :ua Wb..rin ug!.. S. re th at, tinuu.t, ti, ai.'l ail ti.e aSiivt., a. ut the Thruat and Luns. F.-r, ie'jl-', s. - 1- er t. tt.e I.e. CO.. it ,trC . .7 Han . -Strict r st uP Si .e A-e.'-1. r N i Eru.at :. Dr. STniCKL-tNIrs PILE RE3IEDY has cured thousands f the worst cases .-f Blind and fcleediag Piles. It gives immediate relier and etfects a per manent care. Try it directly. It is warranted tc cure. For sale by all Druggists. 50 cents per Wtilo. Geo. C Goodwin A Co., 37 Hanover street. Bsstc Sole Agents ror New England. w!9m t 1 V i "113 RESERVE. Premium Cheese Vat. Patented December 12 151, and June Si, ISM.) With Cooper's Patent Heater ud Sel Adjusting Valves (Patented February 19, 1S61.J qiHIS VAT with its Utest improvem ,ni, t.now 1 thee.tionse.andlsnsel getierr .if. 0hw out New York and the New F&ei, r Ji ."?- or FaetoriM ami Fmllo .ru. " m.oiziei, dolo also, ii-nd for circular. v-fur-u 1UL.1U7. KATKT I'l Rll for sale nincabursh.Vt.. Oct, uth?ii. P0ST' A TT KING'S . . i r i ir wa-ar unAl liAIK. ZJ TliLi Is tlic -Uwtosu Uut Ring This Is the Cure that Uy la the Aalbeosia that IUsg made. This Is the ifia who was bald and Bray. Jo? Who now ha a raven locks, they sar. II e used the Cure that lay la the AitEKOSLt that King made. This Is the jraWen, hWsoaie and er. who married the man once bald and ,C"y. . JTho now has raven locks, they say Ue nsed tho Ambeojia that Bine made. ThU is the rarson.who, br the way. 3Iarried the maiden, handsomo. and To the man once bald and era r. say n0Tr Iu raven lokj,th-JT Ve!u he nscd the Cure that X r la Lta Ajobosia that iMne m, This Is the BUI that rinc awar TltlnmuI..H.nU.ul 1 -'wu.iv ... (.v... All , I nto this fact, which her a docs lay If you would not ee teA tTra, ' i-.. Ih Aitsuou. IJUa Z&j j&j LM. TUBES & CO PEOPRrncRj, Petesboro; NJt I". C. RYER, " ARCHITECT, ,rv.VJn"!!it !te . 'n. or Street, nearly oniritrpiVK.."c-" he is prepared tb exet."DE,., Sr;fc i2a"S? DtTtor1Pa.bUo.OJ Priviio BuUd lnrs and in &nTdeii-'iTA c-a.i.i.s.-a.. given to making Drawinj. and SpclScaUoni fcr the Patent Offlce. AppI, ., aboveVoT address. Vareh lX-dlwwJS'XS4'-BBrUaet0a-,V- BOOTS AXD SHOES. SUBSCRIBER will close on , g-Urre-A dn:el prices, his large stock V svayro. Ladles, .Hisses, aai. child ren's FUXXEL-HXED PaL3IOFaLS AXD I'OLISI' HOOT?'-. Call Early Car iio.rai.. PRICES JvnUJ; D DOWX. ICareht I CM A.PR0UTY, WmM; ell!