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THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 11 1866.
Okdixatio.v AND Installation at AYixoos
kl The Ordination or Rev. L. II. Elliott,
and hia installation as pastor of the Congre
gational Church at Winooski, took place on
the 2d instant The Council was organ
ized by the choice of Rev. E. LL Bvington of
Windsor, as Moderator, and Rev. II. A. P.
Torrcy of Vcrgcnncs, as Scribe. After a
thorough and satisfactory examination of
the candidate, the council took a recess till
2 P. SI. Re-assembling alter dinner, the
following exercises were held :
Invocation and Reading of the Scriptures.
Rev. S. 31. iVTiiting of the Baptist Church
of Colchester ; Introductory Prayer, Rev.
E. E. Ilrrrick of Colchester ; Sermon, Rev.
E.II.Ryington of Windsor; Ordaining and In
stalling prayer, Rev. J. K. Converse of Bur
lington ; Charge to Pastor. Rev Austin
Ilazcn of Jericho ; Right hand ol Fellow,
shin, Rev. G. R.SaDord of Burlington ; Ad
drcs to the Pnoplc, Rev. S. L. Bates of Un
derbill; Concluding Prayer. Rev. G. L.
.Mavnard of WUIieton ; IkncJictiun, by the
Pastor. Excellent music, including a Hymn
ol welcome and closing anthem, was fur
nished by the choir. The sermon was a very
able nnd excellent one, and all the exercises
were exceedingly interesting
But twice before since itb organization,
thirty yiars ago, has the church at Winoos
ll enjoyed the services of a settled pa-tor,
and thin only lor the short spaces of one nnd
three years. It has suffered much from the
frequent changes common to the imputation
of a manufacturing village ; but koujs now
to Lave entered on a more prosperous cuursc
than ever lfore. The church has been re
cently repaired. The church membership
has increased ; the congregation is steadily
increasing ; hearty good feeling and co-operation
exists between the tew pastor and
his jieople, and all gives good promise of
usefulness and success.
Rev, fcimeon Parmclec is now supplying
the pulpit of the Congregational Church in
Georgia, and writes to the Chronicle that
considerable religiouB interest exists there,
with ten or twelve conversions.
Twenty-four conversion, mostly of heads
of families, arc reported as fruits of the
awakening at St. Johnsbury.
Rev. Wm. B. Joyslin, has been dismissed
from the pastorship of the Congregational
Church in B rliu, Vt., oning to inadequacy
of support, and has received n call to be
come pastor of the Congregational church in
Rev. J. II. Woodward of Irasburgh, has
received a very urgent call to become tht
pastor of a flourishing church in Wisconsin.
Strong effort is being made, however, to in
crease his salary in Irasburgh, and it is ex
pected that he will remain there lor another
The following statistics of tho 3Icthodist
Sabbath schools in Vermont, were presented
at the recent anniversary of the S. S. Union
at 3Iontpclier :
There are 1S4 schools, 1907 officers and
teachers, 12,701 scholars, 44,214 vols, in
the libraries, 545 Bible cla-ses, 1954 in in
fant classes, expense of schools S3G13.12,
collections for the Union S311.R5, number
of Journals taken 231, number ol Advocates
taken 35S7,number of conversions 305. There
has been a falling off from the numbers re
ported the Tear previous. List vcar the
number of schools was 193, officers and
teachers 1992. scholars 13,321.
The Southern 31cthodist Conference at
New Orleans has voted to change the name
of the church from Metbodht Episcopal
church, to simply the 31ethodist church.
The Trustees of the Green 3Iountain
Central Institute (Univcrsalist) held
meeting at 3Iontpclier, on Wednesday, and
accepted the deed of the land at Barrc, on
which to locate the Academical Buildings.
The work ol construction will be pushed on
as rapidjy as the means in the hands of the
Committee will allow.
It is stated that at the meeting in Park
St.. last Sabbath evening, five hundred per
sons remained at the meeting for personal
conversation. The mectinzt at the Essex
street church arc still coins on. and souls
are lieing converted to God. We hear from
various quarters tliat an unusual proportion
ol those interested are men and women, and
that many ol- them have been Unitarians and
Univcrealists. lloslon Kccoracr.
An increasing religious interest has been
prevailing in Westminster for several weeks
and tome twenty or thirty of the youn
ncorile of that place arc rcioicing in their
own interest therein.
The missionary ship "Morning Star,"was
sold some time since, at the Sandwich
Islands, as she required repairs that wjuld
cost almost as much a6 a new vessel. The
Secretary of the American Board, Rev. S. IS.
Treat, has just issued an appeal for $13,-
000 to build a new ship for the missionary
service. He proposes that the sabbath school
Ecbolars make a special contribution lor the
new "Morning Star,'" on the second Sabbath
in Junc.or as soon afterwards as practicable.
giving share certificates to those who sub
scribe' a dime cr more.
Protection for the Wool Ixtekest. A
mectinc ol the new Wool Growers Associa
tion ol Addison County was held at Vcr
gcnncs last Saturday, and sumc animated
dn-cussions were held ujon the probable
effect ol the new tariff on tho wool question.
Mr. Edwin Hammond said that he lound
when brought in contact with the Congres
sional committees charged with the remod
eling of the tariff, that a spirit of liberality
zovemed their dcli'tratious, and an earnest
purpose to keep all the varied interests of
tho country in full view in forming the new
tariff bill. Tho manufacturers at first did
not favor the rate asked for by various Wool
Growers' Associations, but receded ultimate
ly, and wool producers in Vermont might
rest assured that the justice of their petition
was acknowledged. A number of prominent
nnnrnssmcn expressed their gratification at
the sending of a committee to represent the
wool interest of Vermont before the tariff
committee of Congress. Canada wool would
under the new tariff come in same category
with other foreign wools. A specific duty
would be imposed, equal to 13 cents
mnd 2 mills; this to be doubled on
river washed wool and trebled on scoured.
This be deemed a step in the right direction,
and a decided advance in Tavor of tho wool
growing interest of Vermont and tho conn
try. In the course of the discussion Mr. Mor
rill' efforts in behalf of this branch of
Vermont industry were cordiallyacknowledg
ed and warmly commended.
... Jhe passengers of steamers Virginia and
England, which have been in quarantine at
TfeWIork to long.-ror cnoiera, nivoi Deen
permitted to come up to the city. The steer-
Aclim IiiMsraiicc Company
Capital nnd Surplus, il,'-!00.000
S. t U. S- WIKES, Agent!
(Ionic Insurance Company
OF NEW YORK
Capital and Surplus. $ 1,730,000.
S. i It. S WIliBS, AgenU.
ThelnsCool IVorth America
(Incorporated 1794. Oldest Company In the
Capital nud Stirjilti, $1,8(10.000.
Perpetual Ins. granted oa first-chus buildings.
S.11S WIRES, Agents.
International Ens. Company
OF NEW YORK.
Capital an Surplus, I.'OO.OOO,
S. A 11 S. WIRES, Agent).
Metropolitan Insurance Co.
OF .NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus, $1,011,1 18
This Co. returns 1 net profits ' policy holders.
Silo. WIRES, Agents.
OF OSWEGO. X. Y.
Capital nnil Surplus, S"WO,000
Incorporated in 1632.
S. A R. S. WIRES, Agents.
Phoenix Insurance Company
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Capitnl ami Surplus, $1,006,700.
S. A R. S. WIRES, Agents.
rVarras:ansclt F.ifc .11. Ins, Co.
OF PROVIDENCE, R, I.
Capital ami Surplus, $600,000,
a A R. S. WIRES, Agents.
Lamar Fire Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
Capital nnil Surplus, 1 107.388.
S. A R. S. WIRES, Agents.
OF ALBANY. N. Y.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, SI!) 1,1 03
S. 4 R. S. WIRES, Agents.
IVingara Fire Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL, AND SURPLUS SI. J 00,000.
This Company insures detached lirms and Til
lage dwellings, three ears, for J per cent.
S.AR.S. WIKES, Agents.
liOrilfaril Fire InsuraiiccCo
OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL ASD SURPLUS, 81,102,081.
This Co. returns i net profits to policy holders.
i. if U. a WIRES, General Agents.
Western .Has. Insurance Co
OF FITTSFIEID, MASS.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS S273.000
S. A R. S. WIRES, General Agents
IVorth American Fire Ins. Co
OF NEW YORK.
. Incorporated 1923.
CAPITAL J.VI) SURPLUS S75O.000.
Fifty per cent of net profits returned to policy
S. A R.S. WIRES, General Agents.
Applications for agencies for the three lart named
Companies In Vennont, Western New Hampshire
and Northern New York, should tc made to us as
General Agents and Agency Superintendents for
said (Companies in said territory.
Fire and Inland insurance taken in the shore
named first class Companies, to the amount of
. it in one ri
Dwelling homes and their contents and farm nrrv
pcrty generally will be insured for one or a term of
j ears, auowtns meinsurca to receive hack jearlr
three-fourths the profits at rates to low as to male
it an object to ail having such property to insure,
to try these Companies.
Tremium notes are not required, and the lnsnred
incurs no liability to assessments, the large cash as
sets of thesa Companies furnish jierfect indemnity
rirst-clas Uarni nnd Villnpc dwelling
With their Contents
IXSURFD THREE VEJRS FOR HALF OF O.YE
PER CE.Vr FOR THE E.VTJRE TERM.
Losses liberally adjoined and promptly paid at this
S 1. R. S. WIRES. Agents.
Manhattan Lite Ins. Co
OF NEW YORrC.
'PIUS Company commenced Its operations In 1B50
jl ana au pro?ecnieu a eucccjui icq reuaujc
husinets elnc .rollcirs are irrantrd to Uiute in round
health toth on tho mint ftock and mutual plans of
inforance, inus anruiD; 10 inc puunc uc aaran
tares 'Teitherwftem a. tbeir opticntnono lostl
lotion. The lowrrtrates of premiums are charged
maican treaaopteuanaiurnua reiu:ue nrum
to UiC aurca ana perj eiuiij w lue company.
Tkit compinf ia alreatf paid mttr tl.fltl '.iWS f
Io$$f$an,! jier f9Jt,HKt indirnitn4i to -ottry
SO V- V U K F U I T I N G L. I F F. POLICIES.
Premiums may te paid sinb or In fire or ten an
nual payments, at option of the amred. Thit
plan U commended to the pahlic as it eirei to the
asmred the lull value if all the money siJ and
tin complctee fn early life, w hi lit the jrties are
viorou? and hojscful, sires entire exemption from
pamenU&ranxtetitsIn &dranoedllfe. its value
.VO.V FORFEITING ESUOITilEXT POLICIES
These are made fa) ableat death or on attaining a
given age. Trcmiums paiable in ten annual pay-
menu, rae policy bccwnet non loneiiaDie lor one
tenth of amount insured fur each paj ment. parties
insuring In this pi in bare all the adrantages of
m sarinirs Sana, as lue nai mcLi 01 oremiums se
cures Its equiraient Talue. payable uq the assurer
attuning the given age or at death should it oc-nr
sooner Whole life. short term, endowment il
annuity policies issued In all their various and ap
proved forms. Printed documents containing lull
information rurnisnea witnoui coarse a&Q sent iree
bv mall. (!od local azents wanted in every town
ana encrgeu? ana reiiaoie men empioj on javor
able terms to travel for this conpany.
S. A R. S. WlttS.
Uen. Agents ic Agency tjupt.i
for Vermont and counties of Saratoga, Washington,
Warren. Essex. Clinton, Franklin and St. Lawrence
new iort uwir
VJVMf Ell T.f K E n,
atiXcrACTCStS ASD DEaXZX U
CoCHus and Burial Cases
In Wood and Metal, of erery style.
ALL rises constantly en hand or made to order
In any required etyle.
Comw Tuiiuci of all kinds. Name Plates
Shrouds, CrtTats, Collars aod eTsrythinr required
constantly on hand and furnished at abort notice.
I can furnish CotBns at any hour of the night, a!
required, as I sleep la the earns bulidlne-
remix irdid, wm itauus.
AddIt at ny koor of dr or right U
" J. atlKHN, Col
Birliiftos, March 23, 166.
NEW SPRING GOODS
S1I.1 IfLS, SILKS,
Dress foouN, Dc Laincs,
CAItl'ETS VXD OIL CLOTHS.
April 1. 1 SAG.
We are now offering our
Ladies' and Cents' Fur !
together with a large assortment of
UUFPALO AND KANCT ROBKS:
AT COS T !
CALL EAULY AND SECCRKGREAT BARGAIN'S
At SilATTUCK BROTHERS,
No. 1, Union Block.
Burlington. Vt.. Feb. 20. IS66. dtf
SI'RIXfi A R R I V A I.S.
Itcndy Arnln with lull Aixortmcnt ol
niWSS GOODS, SILKS,
Organdie. II tisl ins,
and a Try large stock of
Eicccdingly Loir Price.
l'leatc call and cc them at
S P K I N C .
ALAKQE LOT of Spring Overcoats just received
Latest styles at
A. PLATTS, Church St.
A G A
JUST received from New Tork and Boston, a
large stock of fine Broaiclotbt, Cas'lraeres,
loesfcins and fancy Vestlngs. Call and see them at
A. i LATTS.
April 20. Church Street.
THE VERT LATEST.
Shalicspcarc Paper Collars
of all sizes, new lot just received at
April 3i COH ERA TURKS.
STAMPED CHEMISE YOKES.
"inEllIStVokes stami ed for braldinr received
J this day. Also an assortment of Cambric Ldg-
Ings and Insertions at
No. ISA Church Est.
Corsets and Hoop Skirts.
Erench Corsets only $1.50.
HOOP SKIRTS Irom 75 cts. to $3.00
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
the place to buy
Hoop Skirts nud Corsets,
NO. 4, UNION BLOCK.
SMITH 4 PLAIT
ED WAR DBARLOW
11AKES pleasure In announcing to the people of
. Burlington and rielnity, that his
have arrived, and that be is consequently ready to
exhibit a full assortment of
Choice A' Seasonable Goods,
NO. ISO CHURCH STREET.
Mar 1 dawtf
J SltTE KEEP J SMALL STOCK OF
BROWN AND BLEACHED SHEETINGS.
CORSETS, JEANS, DENINS, &C.
think we can offer some Inducements to nnrehasert
as ther are Just bought at ruinously low prices and
not hiving room for them desire to close them out
as soon is possible, at
apni aawu. LVJIATi'S.
m . n e it ni v s,
140 CIICRCH STREET.
SpriB efc Summer Clothing
Baring returned from market and renlanlihni'
my stock. I am prepared to show a full and hand
some assortment of
Memdy .ltade Clothing
FOR MEN AND BOYS,
together with a large supply of
Seat's FHrafshaar (Seeds,
All of which are nav of tht most desired atrlea.
u& viu am maiam pricee
Tlllesllna It lltawllil to ante ma amarf.H..
cf say roda.Xy atoek Is oomplate and mr Brtoaa
K. II. FLOTU.
W A T C I I M A K E I?
HAS IK STOCK, bought since the decline In
Gold, a splendid assortment of Watches,
American, English and Swiss, in all styles ot Hunt
ing and Open Cases. Gold and Silver, embracing
some very choice Diamond Set, Enameled and
CHAINS AND CHARMS.
A LARGE VARIETY OF CUNNING DESIGNS.
New. elegant, unique stjles or -'etts. Half Setts,
Btooehes. Kr.R!ngs. sleeve buttons. Scrf Pins, 1
Seals, Fine Eton loublet, KuM Emeralel, Gur
net. Pearl, Ametbtst, Engine Turned. Plain, Ena
meled, Seals and Children's Rings, Bracelets, Lock- '
cts. Gold and Coral sleeve Cateh.ups, 4c.
HAIR JEWELRT AND.SILVKR '
Made to order at short notice.
SOLID SILVKIt CIIODS,
Rich and serviceable. (Ofcurcwn isate )
I' L A T E I V A R K .
A complete tock of the finest quality cf Table
Goods, and articles cf utility and artitfc beauty.
I'inc .Marble and Calendar Cluct.
Also a great raikty of cheaper time pieces. Ppee.
tarlesand Kve -las. in evirv kind ol I. ant
focus of Cli;.n7,U P,n .mi iCnrl,, pi. T.M. I
and Pocket Cutlery, Haiors, cclsei.rs, Shears, Fan;,
iteaus, uronxes, v ases.
lldkf. and Glove Poxes, Portemonnales, ic.
Vim are able to offer superior Inducements to
purchasers, as our stock is the itmiMt and s.r in
selection and quality In this rielnity, consisting of
freh new goois, bought and to bo sold at very low
Watch work will, as usual, rxeiTe our personal
E. B. FLOVD,
1M Church Strstt.
Sign ul the llig Englc.
N e w : o o I) s .
James E. MSrinsmahl,
J E W K li 12 II .
At thr Old Stand Church Stieet,
Is reeetvlag a good stock r.f
Jewelry, Cold andSilier Walche-. Seal
icings. harm, i;iiauu, .via.ouic
Odd I'ellows ami Temper
Ca lU'ornia It i anion tls.
Anextesssive variety of
Cull Hiittono and StniN.
most all sorts of Jewelry with beautiful names,
new and rich stv les of
rL.lTEIf TE.I SETS.
My Stock Is new, as cood and and at cheap as can
be had at any other plafe, ana as to Nw Jewelry I
haTe received a large assortment since the deellsn
April 6. J. E. BRINMIAID.
PLAIN SILVER SPOONS.
I HAVE a new stock of plain, tipped and faney
st) les ol solid silver spoons.
Jan. J, let. J. E. BRINSMAID.
1 GOOD assortment of Htlharft Ctltkrmtii Mtnlt
A. Icidina Ki. warranted the best sheeting rile
in the market. Kept eon-tantlir on hiwt at No. 1,
Bank Block, by IlKINSlIAIIi lllLl'ur.lll
Sept. 21st. daw
rilUE undersigned have Jut reeelTedafulI assort
I ra.nt Af RcvoLvlvfiPibratsor everr deir .bj
pattern.and CaBTRlooa tu flt. All of whl h will be
sold as low as t le lowest, and very much lower
thn they are generallr told in this city by other
Slops. Xilfc'ajJAIl' ir lliui'niuiu
SrDt. IS No I Bank Block.
iioohs and lationrrn.
riRITH AL, Doctrinal and Homlleiieal Coimea-
j tary, j j. i Ldoice
"Eoooomy of Art. iv Raskin
"Rescue irons Kgypt" y A. L. O. R.
"Lucy Arlin'by rrowbsidge.
"JargaP'bt Victor Huge.
.Tnil.r. ..rth t.. h. Viet- r lln?e.
"Baied MeaUof the Funeral,'' by Private Mile
"Agnes" A novel, b Mr. Olipbtint.
4tnH.ti tnlfl l,. k eblld . bv Jetan lnreaow.
' Poor Matt or the Clouded Iutellrtt." by Jean
"The Bit Dr. Murrajrt.'' by Glance Gaylnrd.
ocliooi anu liewe. a laie ler dwiwi xruj
lor Mle by
Aprll jr. E A. FULLER.
N E W M E T II O I
Cabinet Organ, ,TIcloi1con,
II A KM ON EON,
AND 0T11ER 8IED lXMKt UE'T!.
l' Jlelmleon Instructor."
To which is added a Collect! in of the
.Host Popular Sons- ot the
And a varlet) of Paliu nd Hymn Tunes
.The aWe w..rk contains large, elegant
Illn.lratiAn. of the Ttrnoer PfMltivn of the IwdV
and Hands, illustrations and descriptions of Instru
ments, a copious iclionary oriu,icai leruu, ana
other matters pertaining to the study and practice
Of Mnsle for Reed Instruments. Price 1 1 50. on re
ceipts or which copies will be sent by mail, post
paid. Published by OLIVER DlTSON Co., '177
y asmngton street, uosion.
CONVENTION CHORUS HOOK.
A collection of AsrnrMS Cnonrsrs, Gum and
CoxciBTEn Pircia, Tor the use of Musical Conven
tions. Choral Societies. Ic. The obiect of this work
Is to furnish at a Tery low pr co. the best pieces of
mnsic oi me classes aoove numerate) isriu irac
renerally selected by Musical Societies, Choirs and
others for practice. It contains U Sacred and 17
secular pieces from Oratories, Operas. c and is
witnoui exception me cjies)eei uuoa.vi iuc nus
ever mMijn.-d. Price 60 cts. Mallei free, on re
ceipt of price. DlTSON 4 CO., Publlahers. 2T7
nasnmgion nircci. itoston. .aiuii i
N E V
S E E.D.S.
Herds Grass, Kcd Top
GARDES ASD FLOWER SEEDS
also Agents for
Vick's Celebrated imported
GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS.
TIIETPORD NURSERV AND FLOWER
Worcester and Clossn
Ioiia, Israelii, Andirondnc nnd other
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and Plants
MORE TJ.T 10,000 FERBEXJS A.fD OTHER
BEDDIKO AXD PARLOR PlAXTS
OF FIXEST VARIETIES.
Choice Eloiccr Seeds Ve.
Send Stamp for new Catalogue.
Thetford Vt. Aorll 12. daw2w.
Burlington Book Bindery.
WOULD respectfully announce that he Is pre
nared to execute all orders with which h mir
be favored in the above line, with care and prompt
ness. OLD BOOKS RE. ROUND.
MVS1C, HAOAZIHES. PAMPHLETS, C., c.,
bound in any desired style.
Account-Books of all kinds made to order. Paper
ruiea to any patters.
W Orders by mail will receive prompt attention.
Address, WM. SCOTT,
(Office orer Huntington's Book Store.)
Burlington. March II 'sz.
TIIE NEW BOILER
8 it work, and orders for paper which hare been
nnaroidablr delated are belnr ranldle glled.
and new orderi lor all kinds of
can now be taken and promptly executed, it the
market rate, by
THE CLAREMONT if ANTJFATTJBISa CO.
April St. Oaxesaesit. K. B.
DRAKE'S PATENT ACTOMATIP
Patented May 5th, l:6i'
I.lglitin? with (."as. Churches, HoteK,
Private Dwclliiip., M'orlshopa
WarrantM to give a superior light at one half
tne expense oi oruinsry coi gas.
ie woum call ine attention oiine puoiK ui tne
roeriu ol mis .iiacnine.asseen in.eonstani opera
tlon tour salesroom, Lettering tht It needs but
to he understood to come Into very general use
with all who appreciate the v aluo ot a tirst rate gas
light, which can be obtained at a cost not exceed
ing that of the light obtained from Kerosene Oil.
Many In'jenlous methods have been adopted for
enabling individuals to manufacture their own gas.
lheu5eofan of these methods mrolrta a large
ontl.y. for the construction of the works and
buildings to contain th.m ; constant care and no
inconsiderable labor and expense on operating
them and keeping them in repair. We think the
Automatic Gas Machine Is free from any of these
objections. Call and examine.
) College St.
IILODGETT Jt SWEET'S
Patent ( :i I v e n i z c d
I'or IIote!s,Meamcn A. Private I'nnilllef
COOK WITH LKSS I'll i: I. THAN
any oriiiMt ovi:x IN I'Si:.
It isa perfeet Oven, doing every thing require! of
it in io mwi superior manoer it win roast,
the same time, as many different kinds of meat
the ovea can contain, and e-seh niece will be Der
fectly sweet and tree from the gases arising from
the d liferent varieties, as the gates are le t off
through an escape pipe at the top. For Baking
Bread ami rattry. this Oven Is without a rival.
The material from which it is manufactured being
a non-oundaetor.aad Constructed with air -chambers
there Is no radiatl n of neat, and a small quantity
oi luei win aeep u going tor nours oe t ana .
are e-peeially adapted tu the lire of Prirate Famil
les, bemr furnished with a in7 Ceo. Stmt, bv
means of which all the eovkoa for an ordinary
fauul) can be readUi dons. It is substantial!)
made cf American Galvanised Iron, whleh will
neither nut or burn oat. and the Oven will last
(J. S. ItLOIKe KTT X. CO
ALSO OSAURS 1.1
moves ami lrnnmtngs
FURNACE'S. REGISTERS, RANCES,
Plumbers Citmls and (.as Flxluiea
COLLEGE ST., BCHLI.YGTO.V, VT.
i:xci:isioit hop sticks
We mre manofai'turlnf fni tK tnr)a v..
3I0P STICKS Id ok, and at loner prkt than any
O.e. BL0DGETT4- CO.
Arc Without an Equal.
For sale hy G. S. BLODGETT 4 CO..
23 College St.
J l-ST OPENE D.
rpiIE UNDKRSIGNED, hare just opened at the
ui STA n f A. O. HOOD, AlienbU
Ifry Goods and Groceries,
uu are cow prepared to sell the same at the
l o ir e s r c.i s ii riticss.
Believing that we can offer good bargains In
leas, Mi-ars and Collccs,
and all the staple articles In the drv 11..
e eordUU Imlte the inhablUnU of Wlnooslland
Ie shall be hsDm tit in,b l..l. . 1-
we hare not the pleasure of selling them a bill of
- UlJll.ll AVUlJIlH
Allen St., WinoosVI, Vt,
ALSO AT TIIE SAME STAND
may 1 fiund Dacos, Muicis t. Chemicals, Ex-
7 luiijcuiine. ucnuoe. uiue,
Acids, DjestuBs, Soap, Brushes, bhoul
,der Braces, supporters and Trusses,
Perfumes, Toilet and Fancy
The Patent Medicines nrihud.v ... i
at the LOirEST CASH PRICKS together with a
full assortment of
Family Dye Colors,
Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded,
L. F. ECRDICK, M. D. A CO,
Allen Street. Wlnooskl, Vt.
O SMALL BOXES IIONEs for sale at
nfiil 1?" rpCDRCTTE, M Tun, Coe's
w v u i ruovpbaie OI uuB, lor I
r mI. hv
Jan. I dawlm.
A FEW pounds of Smoked Uallbut for sale low.
at HARTS. No. 4 Bank Block.
1 00 BBIfl SUPER PtIOSPIIATE OF LIME,
1UU 300bblsPoudretteforaleby ""i
J.8. PEIRCE A SON.
Cir HARRELS DRIED APPLES for sale br
sVJ JS. PEIRCE SON.
DRIEDBEEFI DRIED BEEF!:
DRIED BEEF In tine condition
at HARTS. No. I, Bank Block.
A GOOD assortment of Carriages for sale
at HARTS, No. 4 Bank Block.
BtU at HARTS.
JMOKED BEEF Just rewired at
S. D. k II. W..SMITII'S
THD MOST PERFECT AND BEALTIFL'I.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT IN THE
WORLD FOR THE VMER
ICAN HOME CIRCLE.
F7"Seventeenri7) First Premium, were awarded
to the American Organs In the month of Octeeer
1165, over all competitors, at different hute ana
The mlmcrican Organs
are the only
kcal. iti:i:i ou;a."Vs
cow before the public. The only Organ hating &
ICeTcr berating Sound ilOx,
or WIND CI1EST, which his the same usMrtant
part to perform as the bounding Board has la a
Piano Forte (to give body and reasossanee
of tonend without which the Organ becomes
merely a Melodeon in an Orgin Case.
Special att ention Is called to the style of AMER
CAN ORG V N, No. IT, containing the Super Octave
Coupler and Sub-Bass. FOR CilURCHEeSlnwant
of a powerful lnstrument.wh se means are limited,
its price renders it very desirable.
Every Orsan i Warranted
to Prove Salistaetory
THE AMERICAN ORGANS all have the Rever
beratln : Soun-i Box. or Wind Chest, and are Itdsta
edln the blthest sttlo of art, la Rosewood, Jet,
Aalnut. and Oak finish, richly Tarnished and Pol
ished erin Sraeeth Oil Finish, tombac elegant
pieces of Furniture for the Parlor or Bowdoir i a ad
the Oak and Walnnt especially adapted lor
Churches. Lecture and Lodsre Rawaas.
TI1K AMERICAN ORGANS are all ItdssW with
our new PATENT Improvements, eoctalnlnr the
Isaprored Knee Swell, Dus le Bellows, twu Plow
Pedals, and TREMOLO found la no other instru
ment. NKW STYLUS OF CASKS,
Richly FItii.hed nnd IIIlil Ornameiitcil.
E7 Illustrated Catalogue!, omtalssteg eaU
ak en from Fhotegraphs, sttawrsg Uelr relaUve
se to each ether, sent free.
P O WE RS A' ST OR r,
G ENEItAL AGE.VT3 F0RTI1E STATE,
FIRST NATIONAL RANK.
U. S. STOO K S.
nought and Sold.
'pilEdifferestseriesef T-30 NOTES kept
X stantly ma haul fer Immediate detlvery.
U.S. COUPONS, GOLD and SILVER
Compound Interest .Votes
Certificates ot Indebtedness
rurehncd on the most Favorable Terms.
Burlington, May I, 1W6 -dawtf
THE FIRST iYATIOIVAL
Wllljfrom this dato Issue
REARING FROM 4 TO O PER CENT.
According to length rf f 1 - 1 1 - ...i. i
CASHED ON DE3IAND.
Interest will nut b Ti.u cs. -i . .
fwiv i . oo "ur sums than ririY
Burlington. Vt , Mar I dawtf
Jl EKCIIAiTS i-V ATIOiV AL
V. S. S T 0 C K S
nOCGIIT AND SOLD.
or all tsscrj,
Compound Interest IVotes
Certificates of Indebtedness
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
on Stock and Soans executed withdlsplteh at
REGULAR STOCK EXCH.t.YGE,
IN NEW TORK.
PtntOnASETl OV Vivnn i nvw
Sjgninfe and Xinrdirarc.
II K K LUC'S
Improved Linseed Oil,
a HIE manufacturers of this artkle desire to call
the attention of dealers In PUNTS and OILS,
CAR and CARRIAGE BUILDERS, also CIIAIU
MANUFACTURERS, to It
KHiciency, Durabllitf .V Heuuty or I'Inish
when used In combination with any Paints or Var
The Inventor ot this ImproTcment. after many
years of study and experiment upon the natureand
properties of Unseed Oil, has succeeded la ptl
Increasing those properties. whh rendsr i. neeed
Oil the only truo and effio ent paint oU. .
Ban.f la's Ikproted Li.i sdOil is aSelf-Drying
Oil, and readiiy unites with White Leads. Zmes,
and any Colored Paints, in same proportion as Raw
It Is not aSccted by age or exposure, awl wm
neither wash, crack nor scale otT. andgivea to any
faint a Beauty of Finish and Durability, far ex
ceeding that obtained by the use of Raw Linseed
Lcliisit ill eta II ic Paint.
EIGHTY PER CENT. METAL.
I- EIIIGII METALLIC PAINT hue fully moved
J Its merits, and given entire satisfaction Ibr sev
ers! sears, and Is pronounced Jiy the meet eocape
tent judges to bo the
Rest, must Durable, ami Cheapest Fire
nnil W .uer-I'ro"! i'aliit,
ever brought belore the I uWic
ISIGELOW & HOLMES,
Manuraetorere of White Lead, Ziasw,CatoraJssl Oils,
-JMFuUoa street. New Vork.
For silt hy
WHBBL8R 3c RIP LEV,
Jan. 23d. tva. -tawta
Croclierv, China, lass and
N"o. 2 nnd 3 Uuion Dlock. Church Street,
Tk waderslned. Brwrietoca of the ahore eatab.
liahmeat, desire to call ptthlic sueatlea to their
inereaeed taet Ities tbr the better aemHsmodsltoa
el their natrons. They nave att oa.y greauy ea
largeti and beae tilled their aaleaTevm, bat hare
eoriespootlngb increased and isaproved their
stoea All cwMse ninwn m saw loiiuwiw. u.
will offer on the most reasonable terms, at whose
sale aad retail, vn.
plain, geld basal aad decorated. In sctti or aejoxt-
Table Rlass IVare.Kerxxeae Lamfs
LnntrrHs and Chandeliers,
from the cheapest to toe richest desires, aad all
gaoda pertaiatag to us samp inusv. suca u
CIliJINETS, BCKNER8 ASD WICKS.
PLATED UOOIsS, of ' Roger Txn.V aad " Bed
eld A Price's
TABLE CITKERV, of the beet aaaaafaetare.
JAPANNED CHAM BER SETTS, aad RICH FANCY
Such as FANCY COLOGNE SETTS, VABBS, LAVi
and PARI IN bOODS. ic.
And they would ca'l erpeeial to the r stock ef
Clolh and Paper MVindoit
Shades and Fixtures,
V.. O. tVIKES A CO.
March 7th. 146. . wtf
I WESTERN" llBitlRV 11
Premium C h e c s e I a I .
Patented Decern '.er 12 l-s, aad Jane C2, 15SH.,
With Coepcr's l'uteiit Heiiter and Sell
(Palenttd Ftbruary 12, 18t'l.)
'PHIS VAT with its latest isaproreasea's to a w
1 the ben la tue, and is oed geovrallv timing h
MitNew York and the New England.otates, b. i
or Faculties aad Famil; service.
VOCNU-S PATENT CURD CUTTER forssle
also. Sead for circular.
C. C. POaT, Agent.
Hlaesburxh. Vu. Oct. Ilth. ifi. w
i: i: N K Y II K I 31 s ,
BILLI.3RU T ml BEE S
With Patent Coeabinat oa Cushion,
Patent Pockets and all the latest ImiiroteraeBte
Any euerti n b m-il iramediaiely aaawered by
HENRY IlEIMS.Ne. lu iudbury St.
Jan.lt w6at Beaton
aOONSinERISG it itetfeiwarF to ftdvfitif m
j cuodsi aod btiineni, after lb fhin tf wUicr
men I brir eU th attention of tho public to m
opened this day lor tae SprtaK trvle. oonsisting of
all tae usual Hy les or Maple aoa nncy uovas .uco
as rileac-iesl awl Brows Saaetiava. Prints. Uln.-
hams. Do Laiaes, Lmea liuausae, Ihapers and
Napkins, Couattrpisee, ao , and Slits, Pre
Hoods, EAawls, Hwlntorals, hkirtraga de.togetner
withatau assortment ot small wares a on rano
bonds, all or wbun were nought at tbe lowest pus
si Me prices aau wut Be sola aeeot atnciy.
Acrll 3. lSM-wtf.
n. c. uvKit,
Would respectfully announce to the citizens el
tuis TKinit) mat be ns opened an omce on usarot
street, nearly opposite First Nation, 1 Bank, wbert
ue is preparen to execute ubiujs, srccinci
Ttoss and UrraiLS for Punlie and Private Beil--
ln:s and In anv oeslridsttle Sueclsl attentJos
given to making Drawings and SpeiBeatioBS ti
ue ratent ucaee. Appi as anore. or address,
r. uni r.K,
Bex 19, Buriisgten, Vt.
t Prime article weighing erer lawful weight, for
2x. tale by
K. 31. A. BARSTOW
STOP AtiV RCAD THIS !
New and Novel way of Closing out a
lliirtv Uious.tnil Ilollni-
STOCK OF GOODS.
COMPRI-KiOacTdtTartttrot tueiui article
inai5peni4bl m tho cotnmanity. I
TblSTmlable arl mtaWallrtsb.ii .rMsV
w k-hi mr ttiifun pern nr aixt : a. (... .
ws Miuai a a ii ice x iiifu ia res- srri rr ft a aiu
i.rf rrssr t sfi..!... ni...j t . "
lea bets. Silver l'!.r.,l p,i, , .1. . .7
1 "-poons, riras. ic, A : s r.
r.tTfJ'.h'r ",chi. -'. J and I arre
bets 01 tae Uteft trli .rjsirv . tin. . .
. tudsi Uold Thimbles. Peneils an l' Lockets! AlV.
J. t.Cer,' LL?.,.VS,..,'? "ROW, comprising
Slirtj. bontag,. Collars and Un'der-SleeTes.
This whole stock has been arranged ia lots.-to
OIVE DOLLAR EACH,
withcut regard to the cost of any article. We thus
by oneunborm nrlce. nresent r,.M .i,.n. ...
ny to purchase thousands of 'are ens' orratrtceJ
I ft Tn Inr aisbs f 1... . 1 . . . .
dollar's worih. .. w...rf r, .T.lr"ll"a.
r 1 -7': .wwmob .uitanuui
ur icss man mat sum. I
In all transactions hv mli ,1,11,1 ... I
tt wnc,a lDe runcite Is lent for. I
,v . ., ",;;'; "luuceiitj joh can tee 1
to send one doll.. ihlLk.XSiltMil0?tUa'i
Slnl.,iifi,. o.rr.".7"w:,e'Frn.i. 1
. .wcuu riiecertirjCAteiwlIl I
ue sent lor II.W-H.T n for i(Xl.-Thirty Tor resieVt 5pWea .--enn
rm.r..i - I J cv'
$15X0 lutv-and One hundred for I
tend lor circulars, addressing
n. A. alMllNDS A CO.
Box3Sj7 P. 0., Boston, llais.
The UndersltMied Is In U antolrt Partner.
A om.,rt oeriietlo man with a tmall caplral
will find tt.i. m M h.nMr.. A r
Also AO EXT3 WANTED lu ererr town In Ver-
Tt -. iiampeoiie to sen too unio riimn
Stmethlntr wbb-h .....i' nn. .h.nlrf V. o.
description of thlj pump teed fur a descrlnUre
circular, apply to or address. '
prll iedIUwlm. WlllUtcn, Vt.
TAKE CARE OF YOUR LIFE!
PATD. Sept. 5, 160,
I Patent Metallic Solo.
I A NSW DTVENTIOir.
j WaTTIXOTslr rul .lo uo.t prolilir cau,e
dlut.se and diatl hi. n to I unisnllv It is i-
most sure -o oriu on a c ji 1 . au-l c Ids, neglect
and utveB when not 1 1 tltctiJ, lead to Itve.s or
uahs and ratal c nrumpii- ns. It is in ri y
tlon oi this truth Ui t the inventive laltLt f :. .
wi,k..tn oar raihuev i but it i wel.
asatn nr their asaay eil that while tl. Uvp
tue let ur ftuta external moisture, th., -,;
them orer much, aad by thai inducing an oc :u9
tenderness tnerease a saacrptihility to c Id, rt;..r
ibanotoerwise. They ate lo tuaibtx.-i rno to tbe
feet, ami withal aia very vspeaf lve. Ti e dvn .n!
U for soTteta:ng that shall make the ordinary i .
aad bhoe ioapervloaa to water, withcat c; : ;
their e log uice or darbtlity. end. if possible, :-(.
oat nddlai: reui"l to th-- cost of their manu
ture These, it erlif beeoneeded. arebioet impsrta;.t
leatures aad we eoBecieatioarl alhruv that i'.-
are ahsoluiel attained in tisa iaTcnaoa herewi u
presented to the pabltc.
The invention eonsiiiu In irdertiat: between tho
inner aad oat r Mile, wiiea the hoot to making a
trim M-TaLL oPiutc, ex -ediogH doctile exmb:u
Ing flrxiiullty with n ughness, vry Uaht, ai.'l
every wa adapted to the end desired, while the
auuitiouai expense u merel aomiuai. It furnishes
a perfect i-arner auainst the adtuiwion of wet or
uansones, thoah the feet may be cxpoed ever so
loag avoa wet paveaiants or itaosp gr.uml.
To Uviies ana chl'drsn the 34.tai.ic Aolks will be
of Ueaieaiable value, a rrom tntlr habits nf life
aod delrae or 4rw, they are particularly . i -e.1
to the lon train of ills that attend upon aa inade
quate pMection t the feet.
Ti ese Sulrs have alread been tried by the best
of ail test". actCALCsa aad u e teetiavimals to
Uttir nserits, rreelt pn aTcred, indicate U.t thry
ami be speedily aad un!veisll aoopted hi u,e
uabue. Tae Patent lietailie e.led Boots and he,
era being batrodaeed lr.to the leadieic Boot and
so. e St tree ihr rognout tie tolled states, aotl '
iupoUntallfoiBwo overrboas. cxevpt poseibl : r
deep Dander saow, aa tbey hseums mn Be
are tu get the in aad take no other. If vour
user Joes not bsupsa tbive tneas be csa i,r -eare
them vsiihoat dimcatty . It he will n t, ti a
sead arilf tutaeiavwBtorooeuollar od 'h.r
ejuta, and oi ta n six pair, aseorted .Ues.aithr .' .
to use, wulch W'U be pioBpt Ins I) m
ox expteee pre-paid aad vsm-beaa urn made p ly
mj suneaiasrr In the euuat Aaeusus n, i,
estai tubed tu evef eit aod Tillegr, an-1 sui .:. !
with Sole anl prop. let r slauiie. at . h oule
pneea, aod literal c Bixa s-ioa allowed ubm.m
hvttaial Ageoesee for .-t.te-appointed on i
olscatWa, vsith proper teatioaoniau t t' ' in n or
Sew I 'por eornor City 1UU Piece aod Read
Street, Mew York.
The andersLned haie for tbe past six moo-..i
worn beuieaud &BoH seiog Vr jeel.'i'T,'
LiO aota aod Sad to. in an enVrtu.1 pr. rem -ejeajaat
daupaees. aad the eokls so intra la.
froas datap Icet M st gladly oo we lotuy to '.' .
periect sluciency f tneir serrtc. Tbe Netai. -Sole
w a.i ottlj a granc c niri utton to th nut
of awnerai bcaltb. baiaoaatiae Unrm, bviat i.;
alloseesit of lane rluoorr s.o. except l
muddy weather, all ordinary dampness, aad ev.c
water auua peeeeae' u. is cdaple el fuUed
aiwer of berai b this mutl simple awl aseint In
vention. No one who has oece used tbem will et.r
tie withcut tbe el again, a they iacieee use eut .
ftoot. aae) mmw by a sum bleu is ear;ei vsei ta
nausiag, aad iusuie, p.itivl. oy feet, wl leh .s
.cckui.edaaoBxtaeSrueueditions oi health ai. i
comfort Wa asanlle owasneod Use "aleu..
aule" to all the seassale.
VlKMKNT FRESf H, ,
Fa4t0r Central Cong. Clureb, tuooklyn
1UKT a. at.scu
Raw Voax, Dee, lt5.
S.UMU. J. flaaXT, Baq. :
Dear Sir-In reply to your I qoiriea regard!Eg
yoar patent Metallic le, I take great pka-ure n
stating that I bad these pat in a pair of lis f
akin boots, which I wore the whole of last ent r
IB the wet streets ol Albany. I hate bad tl.r:a
hilf aoled since, and am wearing oar Metal.
soles Bow. with lull In enln n surer to be with ul
them. I bare not bad a wet or Uarap loot dors' i
tbe whole time 1 bare worn them 1 inioat .'e
u.em tbe beat Insole et mad-. I am satis led tha:
no persn having once worn them will uo with- ,i
tbem. Wishing yon the success you deserve tor
tamable an invention for the prese-vatfea ol
health, I renuia truly oar.
Va Smrst J. Saitr
Deer bur 1 take great o'eararo in o tiering my
rest'mun, to the Uheli: and eontttirt of ur
pa-ent Metatlre Sol. 1 hre u-ssdaexlr of booU
. rihe psatseien ntoBtaa, faraisbo' with this bo..
,nd leel ao noottatloB m aalnathat lhavc lever
worn sboes that combined so perfectly the desira
ble noallt'fs ol 'rt ne en l durability.
8 J Ststr. Fi ;
Dear Swr In answer to your request. I am pleas
ed to state that I haTe maoafacturrd shoes co: tam
ing vour Me'alic Snle by machiner I rhiLk
tbem a saperiur artic e for keeping the feet drv
in m-inoia.'nurin inm inre is n irt une ir m
out'in the thread wtnis em aor an d.ffieuitr
in putnng th,ui in ibe st.oe.
swpi.c'.iaiiy i our-1.
Prsi'ttcal bhie Manufacturer. brookln.N V.
Mar. J- w'Jiu.
DR. STRICKLAVIS MFLtTKLForB COrK
BALAAM i- wirrADtfW t i cure '"uch, Csldi,
HMT-tuws. Act hin, i'in ttuirb sS rr tbnt,
ic?uta.uC:t.D, al nil the aifcotu dm of the Throt..
and Lut c.
Fur. ! h Drusv?U- S" cents per rwittU.
iet CiHMimn v tV , (" ldu-.-vrtrcct. Bs4t p.
le Aden's Tvr New Kn an-i.
Ir. .sTKlVK LAN f'" PILE REMEI-V h5 ar
hou-ii-l-' . l t.V w r : af- i Rhnl an-l - Itv t
tiei. It ii vt luime '. Ate "t v aad etfc'U
ttMDcntcure. Try u u.ie.-li. It u wiru:c . :i
Fr nlr by all Dru?it4 .i ceni pr :tl
0o. I. (iS. dwia Ct , i." Manuver txU Bv.t 1
Sol Ascents for .New Enalnd
. V.la k
a t -
Thi AxtaswOBUtaat Umvsic
Tale to the Cm wast say
In taw AxraawsaaA that Ksag aeals.
This I the Maw who era. bald and
Who now he raeea seeks, txtey aty.
He u-c I the Ore sjatt lay
lathe If nitiM. tbet BSm.. aeadr.
Tills I. th 3tahten, hsodsome aad
yyho nurried the asaa ooee bald sav'
who bow aae rams lacks, they mr
lie used rhe Awnssnsta that Eiat .
This). Ih r-irson.who.br tae w
Ham. I Hi-
To ih .nnn onee babl and nay.
But who uow lass raeea lock,, ther
Itereiiw h. need taw Case that lay
Ia Pa Ajisjiuau thst Khag maoV
Tin- Is I he Bl! that rings awer
I raoae tbr people sal sMd gar
I ..l..lbl fitrt.wlurh here do. 1 1,;
' w 11 wm'l tit 1. IhiIU or grt
wj N H.
tJITT COFFEE HOUSE.
First Door llVst -X? ti, 111,1 iinnti'l
- - ---
juiiiiuii iti ;m iioiirs
Tm? BESTADRANT has been entl-ely reittel
Aandreiurnished In th. b.,r.ir.. ninalnsr
i... . - . . '
O sx ERS IX EVERY STY LE
COLD FOWL, TONGUE. PORK and BEANS,
uaji ana LuuitA ana i-ur r r-r-.
and STervthtni.lbst.tha tna.V.t amtrj. .nd at Si
. LO W I'll ICES as tbe timet will ado It-
People trom the country when In town will tiw
the C il-Fe.E UOUaK a good and quiet place to gel
a lunch at much Us cost than can be obtained
IlIMNEDQ . n.i cnnaroi! .
Iiarlngsecured the serrices of the excellent coot
January 1J. tees. Jf.
O. C. BENEDICT.
Commissioner lor the State ol New York,
(10 taxs acuowLiMarjrt or pxxis, 4c,)
OfTKI, FREE PRESS BUttDINO,
W .1. ?riBe So,.
. B. OaterSole.
N t -Inner So.e.
e ni i if,i n are not yet iwni w
XCTOS, - - V,RHO