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THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING JTTNB 10, JgGG
Kettze Fefaiq at Vasuisgtos. " I'cr ley" writing to the Boston Journal, under date of June Otb, saja that jolitical matters arc wearing a decidedly more harmonious acjicct than they have been. Ueeavs : "The Union men in Congress, it is evident, will unite in a solid phalanx in eupport of a proposed amendment to the Constitution, but that amendment will U vcrr different from the doetrints of State suicide, general cenSieaUon aniuaiccr'sl tuJlrase advanced at thecem meDcement of the session hy the more radical Republican?. Indeed, I shall not be surprised if the prrposed amendment as finally pa -ted is acceptable to the Piesident, and it Cn?resa can then admit several Southern members of undoubted loyalty, the hatchet may be regarded a. hurled, at il office holdtrs may tale courage. Of rccrw this hsrmonkus iveoncaliatioti of Union men, even if not complete, will not satisfy the Democrat." The Ik-jtLUNGTON Ycoo Men Christian U.mon. This tfsociatien Jim organized yer marently and held its Cret annual business meeting, under it new organization, last Tturdsj evening (5th iu&t.) He Mloveing rlccticn of ttSetre for the- year tuing toot place : Gro. K. Davis, Prnidtnt. II. G. YVaesie, I'itt PretUrnt. E L. Kipixt, Stcrttarf. Ciias. Wainweicht, Trtaturtr. J. II. VroBCEsrix, Jr., IIowabd S. I'kk, I! E. Fiotd, II. II. Read, Vhtrtvrt. Delegate to the InUrnaticnal Christian Convention of New Yorl and Cosed at Al bany, J. II. Wokcbteb, Jr. The atsociation will start with a member ship of lrom twenty to twent;-fie, earnest and vortby voupxaen, will bold ita tacct nj regulnrly, aid will, we doubt no'., be a lntotiK of great good. Food Drowmii. The body of an un kuov.it 1ky of ten or twelve vtais of asfi was lound on the 7th, by Mr. II. l'urter, on the Lale share, about three-quarters of a mile north of the mouth of the river. It wisdrcr -til in duk woolen tioutras and shirt, and W , , j r i.A .-i. ,. , srcntly the body of a lad wuo lrav w apt by drowning, probably brouftht down by t river and finally washed uet the beach t he waves. Inquiries -a the nri gMtorhuid ziA at Winoofki, bv .Mr. Porter, tomiab rm clue to the identity of the corrae. Measure have been taken tor its decent in tenant Shocei.no Accident. A frigutfol casualty occurred Friday forenoon, fa St AlW. Mrs. Iiarr, the wife of the barber at the Trcmont Ilouee, whik- buiMing a fire,jjurid kerosene oil into the stove, Tbc fluie caught the fluid in the can, which exploded, andtaturated her dress and the clothes of two of her children, the oldest two yearn old. She sprang tu the door, then returned for her children, caught one ot them and ran down stairs into the street, enveloped in flatuis. She rolled upon the ground to ex tingutfh them, lut in vain. A crowd col lected, and the burning ETJ-e-u wcre finally stripped from her ; but not till her head, face and whole body were terribly burned, n is not postibAe that she and the you-it child will survive. The older child, though badly burned, it is hoped will recover. A girl named Elizabeth Fortunot. who was attending one of the children, was lor tcnate enough to escape with her right artr ldly burned to the shoulder, and her face partially burned. Tun Kara ?eess aceo t Lac. The Cbawpteia X. V. Joaraaf says: "Of course everybody will be eager for late news in these days of Fetihn excitement, and a Daily paper will be a welcome visitor. Burlingtan publishers get up good iper. The Prtu is always well printed, and well filled with the latest and mtst reliable news, and comes to hand promptly every morning. We sheuM be very sorry to part with it." ,MR sroRT. Several young men at lloeL-c's Foint, for the sport of it, took a email cannon the other night, and went to wards the Canada line, and fired it several times, to scare the Canadians. Getting out of cartridges, they attempted to load the piece with .loose powder. The result was a premature dUcbargc, dreadfully burning the face and eyes of a young man named Dupont. a clerk in tbc post-office. There arc fears that his eyesight Is fatally injur d. Faecttion or Probst. 1 roast, the mur- -1'robst, the mur- thcDcerin" family, was executed deicr o! at Philadelphia on Friday. There were hut j few spectators present. U S. Guard. A detachment of 35 nun of the 3d United btates Artillery, Lfeut.VVm. Arthur commanding, arrived here lrom St. Albans Friday evening, and are ouartered in the b.sement of the City Dill Their duty is to guard the heavy Mainrcs of Ftman arms, stored in tbe Custom House, and alio to stop all Fenian reinforcements, and scire all fruthtr supplies ol Fenian arms and am munition. Another detachment with similar instruc tions under command of Brev. Major Cay ler. went on to While Kiter Janeti m Fri day evening. OaruASs -National Fair. Tbe Washing ton Mir for the orphans of txOdiers and sailors, opened Wednesday with anextewive and brill-Hat display of good., mud " attendance- Senator Wilson presided made an opening address, followed by Gen eral Howard, benatur Uae of Indians. Gen eral Uanks. and President Johnson. ti ii k. .J,.rnf tbe Vemaoot Uble, Fanny Hall has charge ol Hie ennoai.- in tbc Fair. Thial or Jeff. Davis pogi rossn. At tbe fef-ioi. ot ihe U. S. District Court in Bich mond. June Cth. the District Attorney moved the rostponone.t or the trial r Jefl. Davis until the first Tuesday of October, which motion was granted by Judge Under wood. The court adjuurned to that day. Davis' counts protested against the post ponemtnt. fi Senate. June ot firmed the ii.jig Vermont Pu.ti..u:ers : J. G. French at Montpelicr ; J. Cobb at Middlebury, and S. Higgios at Iliandon. Laie Rebels, now Fesiass. P-c Xew York Tirnts say that Col O'Neil, tbe cam mandsr of the Fort Erie Fcniane, belonged to tbe rebel Aimy, and tbat one of hi exploits wrs to recruit a regiment of seven hundred Iri'hmcn from the Andersonville prison p, ns, for the rebel service It Is well km.wn that a large proportion- or the Fe nians engaged in that invasion were lately re bel soldiers, from Southern States. Tbe Worlds corrcerondent "J"- "M JIaIone there are one hundcred and fifteen men formerly belonging to Picket's and Long- , street', divisions or the confederate army. , There are also a number or Mosby'a parti- eans in the Fenian camp." It is to 1 hoped the Canadians re- ( member the shelter, sympathy aad cnaour agement, they were giving to tbeto men, j nt little more than a year ago. AGUA 1)E MAGNOLIA. A toilet delimit, sunnier to anv Celome. used to bathe the faee and person, to render the sain son and Troth, toalla) inflammation, to perfume cloth Ibc, for headache. Ac liismanu,aeturedfremthe rlefe Southern Magnolia, and Isnhralnla! a natron ae quite unprecedented. It is a favorite with aetreasc and opera singeii. It it sold by all deal era, at IMS) In Itr;e bottles, aad tj lianas Ba axes A. Co N ew York. YYhoia' A -mu. SARATOGA M'RINC WATER, sold by urasuu. "Jis' so ' "KxactlT !- Sake Shtnsde mid were there "evert time. If be felt owley" In the miorniac, he took Mar-titlon liltters ; If be !lt weorr at nlxht. he took I'lantatlon BHters . If he leaked appetite, was weak, languid or mentally op- prcarcn, ne cook riaatauon snnn ; ana uer never failed to set him on his pins square and firm. Few persona want any better auth some may. just read the atUomae I awtt mnnh tA vnn.fiir I Tri. lrtesliere the FlaBtatioatBltters have tared my life. REV. ;v. U. WAGONER. Madrid N. Y. I haTe been a great snfferer frrtr. T'rTOptia, and had to abandon preaching " ll.e Pantation Bitters cared w .-. . Jiii.l.v.O'jD,ew lorkCity. " Ih d!i.ltall acnetlte m m wt-ak fd ineitattd I cenld hardly walk, and "a" a per: n aroaa or so-tty. r-ifct.tif.i.,Bttters bare ,ct me all rirht. a pei. rt uruu 01 hj tiy. - lae juuters oare ct me all rlrnr. JAMES rjKIJdlNWAV. Et. Loals.Mo." The Plantation Bitten have inreu oe ui adaraaceiBeBt of the Kidney I and Ur inary or.aot, that disiref sed me fur ears. They ci 11, c k ra r t' MA.IBB 1LJ H . - v ' Mrs 0 it DkVOE,iaaaacer of the Union Home tiebocl ( r bvldiera Chlltfrin aays she "hat given it to the weak and la valid eaiMren under her cbarsr.with the moat hapBT and gratifying retail, we bare reeaived oeera hna-lred reameof rach cuti'catef. but ao adTertiieeoaat is so eSeetlTea what people tbcmselie: aa of a good article. Our fori on; and uur repktaiion is at stake. The origin al u-,it au . high chancier to these goods wUl lo .-u-UlnvJ under evf an t all eircuautaaeea Ther have already obtained a sale in every town. village, pariah aod hamlet among dvlliaed natioas Base initiator; crj" to eoaw as near our name ana eliieu tier can. and because a xood artiele eaa- sot be fold mt low aa a poor one, they find some snppu-'tfr m partiea who do not eare what tbey selj. Be on yoar aoard. 8m oar private stamp over the cork. P U. DRAKE 00., New York City. SAUATORA Sl'itlXt; WATKK, add by aU uragguta. ovnu a aiiLLiox roi,i,Aiis saved Gentlemen: "I had a seirro man worth II WO whotHikcoldfromabadhnrt In the leg, aad was useless for over a tear. I had used everything I could hear of without benefit, until I tried the Mexican Mustang XAntmest. It aeon enacted permanent cure." Monteomer'i .Ala.. June 17. J. T. nnwvivr. "I uke pleasure in recommending the Mexteao Mustang Liniment as a valuable and indlspentible article tor Sprains, Sores. Scratches or u alls on nones, unr men nave ured It for Burns. Bruises, bores, Kfcenmatitm, Ac. and all cv It acta like matic." J. W, HEWITT, Fureman for American. Wells, Pargo's and Hr- "The sprain ef my daughter's ankle, oeosioced while stating last winttr, was entirely cured In one week, aftersne commetoed uing your eele- IIIiiiMiitn , I ah a- rti crrrv It Is an admitted fact tliat the Mexican Mustang ununeni periorms more cores in .'no: ler time ot man and beast than any article ever diacovered remittee, itvery-men ana planters snoula alwa have it on band. Oaiek and rare It eertalnlr J All rennine Is wraDDed In stael.nlate en?rarlnss. bearing the signature of G. W Westbrook, Cbemitt aod the pruatt L . a. stamp or aicmas tuans if uo. over the top. An effort has been made to eotroterfeit it with a ehean stone Plata label. e4 efessv .' SARATOGA SPRING WATKIt, sold by all Drngguu. It is a most dellgalial llair Preening It rad leasee scarf and dandruff. It keeps the bead cool aad dean. It saakealhe hair rieh. ma and rim- It prevents Lair tatniag gray and falling off. This iajaat what L)rt Kathaimn will do. It pretty It is cheap darakla. ItmlitaraUe anU ! --'' ,1 , . . .. , . " -w store thatdoee not keep It; or a family titat does not E. THOS-tAS l.YON.Cbemist. K. V. SARATOGA SI'RIXG WATBB, raU by .11 --rrgyrwui Who would not be beaatif ul ' Who woald nrt mm ta tbefarbaaaty rjtVhat gives that marble parity asu NVUHyar ajflwa, Slum wc swtTTC Vpcn UK staea. and in the etty belle! It is no longer a se em, i new use llasssn's Macnalta Bana. Its nnaeid ase remores tan, Cwoklet, pimnles aad luuswaeas, iresa idc saoe aan isanas, ana leaves we oamplexloB SBmota, transpiraat. Moomlnz and ravisning. u alike many eoaceaes. it eoaealas ne material Injarioas to th skin. Any IHaxdst will oraerumrynojirnotoo aaad,atsreta per Lcttle. K 11AUAM, Troy, A. Y. Unemlt. DKMA8 BARNES A CO., TCUtaale Agents. " SIRATOGA SPRING VATKR,sold by all iiragguta. Heimatreet's lnuaitablsi Hair Coloring Is aot a dye. All lnstantaneow dy are ootapoeed of h.nar Jltie u mora )ew destroy the vitality and hti' ,.r ti. hair ThW t the orUlnal Hair Color .. K.a K mwlai. In Saror OVCT twenty veara. Itreatamgray Lair to Hs original col r bv aradoal absorutioii. in a most retainable Bin- r. Itisalaoabaantiriil h.ir dres in;. Sold In mh'i mnA t Kr alt dealeSS. C. HhlMSTBEBT, Chemist. SARATOBA MRIG IVATKR, teedbyall llmggisW. Lro-N-a ExTsucr or Towa Jaa:ca aisaaa-tar Indigestion, auiea, Ileatttars. 8elt UcadaeLe, Colira htorbui, FUtahno., Ac where a warming stimulant Is tesjahred. lueareful preparation and entire parity makes It a cheap and reliable article torenlinarv porpo-es Sold everywhere, at to ets per bottle. Aak tot "Lros's" Pure extract Tate SARATOGA SPRING WATKK, sold by si Diagglau. insurance. v. ..-OFFICE Vcliza Insurancf Conipni.y OF HAKfFOltn. Capital nud Siirplu-. i t,'Jil(l.(100 j i H. L R. 8. WIRfW, AgSLU. Itonie EiiMir:tiicc Company OF NBW YOKK. t aptd.I and Sniping, i 1,7'.0,000. HR.S. KIttFS, Areata. TiieSHMaJuof iVorth America OF P1IILADKLPHIA. (iDCorporited im. OMaet Comaaay ta the United states.) Capital nml Surplus. 41,800,000. Perpetael Ins. granted on first laas tmlldlnca. 8. i R a. W1RBB, Amenta. SiistTitKlioiia. MissX'ouipaiiy OF NBVY YORK. Capital and Surplus, $1,200,000, S. R. S. WIRBt, Agents. JBctrofuiIifau tiisiiraiice Co. OF ABW YORK. Capital aud Surplti, $1,01 1,1 IB This C. returns l net profits to policy holders. S K. o. WIRKS, Agents. iVoi'lh Western 5:!nra:iccCu OF OSWEGO. X. Y. Capitnl nnd Surplus, $100,000 Incorporated In liXi. 8. A R. 8. WIRES, AgenU. I'litriiivItiMiraiice Company OF HARTFORD, CONS. Capitnl and Surplus, f 1,00C,":)0. S. A R. 8. WIRES, Agents. 2Varra;aiiclt F.it Hl.Iiiri.Co. OF PROVIDENCE, R, 1. Capital nnd Surplus, 1000,000, S. Jfc R. S. WIRsB, Agents. Lamar Five liiMirancc Co. OF XE1Y YORK. Capital nnd Surplus, $I0TJS8. 8.AR. 8. mRBS, Astnls. Coiuuict'cc Insurance Co. OF ALBANY. X. Y. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. $191,103 S. 4 R. ATTIRES, Acaets. IViaara Fire atistirancc Co. OF NEW YORK. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS SI, 300,(100. This Company insures detached farms aad vil lage dwellings, three jeers, for per cent. 8. 4 R. S. WIEFS, Agaats. Iiorillard Fire insurance Co OF NEV YORK. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, tt.lOS.GSl This Co. returns net prodts to policy holders. 8. B. 8. WIRB8, eeaeral Aceat. Sprinarficld F. A: M. Ins. Co. OF SPRINGFIELD, MASS. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS SUOO.OOO. 8. A R. 8. THRE3, General Agents. iVorlh American Fire Iish.Co OF NE1Y YORK. Incorporated 1823. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS ST o 0.000, . Fifty par cent of set prolta retaraedto polley bolden. 8. R.S. WIRES, General Agents. Applications (or ageneie fcr tbe three last nasi ed Companies ta Vermont, Western New Ham rehire and Northern New Tork, should be Blade to as at Ueneral Agents and Agency Saperiatendeati fcr said Companies In send territory. Fire and Inland lossranae taken la the above named lint class Companies, to the amount of t-JSojm, in one risk Dwelling bowses aad their contents aad farm pro perty generally wUl be insured ler aae sx a tern of fears, iuoTOC taenafurea to receive Back: yearly tbree-lnsnhe the proats at rates so lew as to mate nan noisat wan aavingeacn property to inaara, rremisna satesare net reonired. anal the fwauxd tnears no uahtUty to assessments; tbe larae easti as (tts of these Compaalee famish perfect rodtsatdty for all loesses. FIrst-clas Fasm and Villngo duelllug' Houses WITH THEIR CONThNTS will be Insured thrtt ftmrttr er. fir cuU fm ttr rnttre term. Los.es Uberally adfested aad prstaptly paid at this geacy. S. A. Tl.S. WIRKS, Ascnt. CBNERAL AGKXUi. or THE .llanhatfaii lAic Ins. Co, OF NEW YORK Asset. S:t,(M)0,itH. TIHS Companv commenced lie operatiou in laSu and has vrosecnted a successful and reliable business since.Polieiee are granted to those in son ad health both on the Joint stock and mutual plans of isFsrance, inns anorain? to toe pooiie tae aovan tazes orelthersstem a their option in une iastl tntion, The lowest rates of premiums are charged that can be adopted and furnish requisite seeimtjr to the assured and perpetuity to the company. TXit cewacajr Aos air rti f pti Acer $l,000,n09 fa lottet ui4 iter J9J ,tlon fa dhedewtf fe yeicy ktldtrt. NON-UORrEITINC LIFE POLICIES. Premlams may be paid singly or in five or ten an nual pat menu, at option of the assured. This plan is commended to the public as It gives to tie assured the loll valee if all the money pad and bein completee in early life, whilst tbe parties are vigorous and hopeful, gives entire exemption frcm psjments or anxieties in advanced life. Its raise cannut be too highly estiioatsd. ,YO.Y FORrCtTlXO EXDOSTMEXT POLICIES Thece are made pav able at death or on attaining a given are. Premiums paTaMe In ten annail pay ments. The policy becomes non forfeitable for one tenth of amount insured for each payment, parties insurln: in this plsn have all the advantages of a tiring! Bank, as the payment of premiums re cares 1U eqntratent value, payable oo the assurer atUImnz the given age or at death should it occur life, short term, endoament and annuity policies issued In all their various and ao- firoved forms. Printed documents contalclng lull aferaallon furnished without eharze aad sent free by mail. Uood local agents wanted In every tows and energetic and reliable men emploj ed on favor able terms to travel for this cocpany. S. A- R. S. YfluES. Gen. Agents r A;caey Sapt s for Vermont and eonntles of Saratoga. Wishlnrrton. Warren. Ewex, Clinton, Franklin and St. Lawrence n "ew Yort Jan 3dawlr (Coffins. JACOi: GREEN. 47 .Vli J2HT.1 HE 11 , MA3CTACTCXES ASD SUIQ Ul Collins and Burial Cane In Wood and Metal, of every style. ALL sites constantly on hand or aide to cider In any required style. r Coma Tuixnsi of all kinds. Name Plates Shrouds, Cravats, Collars and everything required constantly on hand and furnished at short notice. I can fumlih Coins at any hour of the night. It required, as 1 sleep in the same ball dice- FCHOtAXJ ATTIXDO, WTTB UXABtE. Apply at any hour of day or nlzht to 3. GREEf, College Et EoiUnitOB, March ,iel. dw grri (Sooils. til' EX Kl THIS 1) A V 4 v Kt3 .Sire Slock o( SUMMER GOODS. .llanlle V Stress Silks, Sll t WLS ANDLtUK POINTS, IRISH ANDKR.l.VITi: POPLINS, I Travelling: DrcwH aiot!, (JltH.VADINE'i A.SD OKriANDiKS, I CIIALLIBSAND DKLAINKS. Also a nice stock of Carpels and Oil Cloths. Oar present stoeV is second to bobs la the oltv or State. l'lMte ChII ami llxamiup. " HUB 215VK," alay ZL. 186. STILL T 11 I! Y C O 31 I!. AtioUter Lot of those Clmire I'arasols Ac sn Umbrellas and the VERY LATEST in HOOP S K I 11 T S ALSO H.ilil PUFFS. anewthlg mach prettier than Coils; also Stamped .Jmliroitlcry ft Trimiog Skirts, a new thing very pretty and aatrai OPENED THIS DAY AT Mar O. FAflB 4 SBsTPS. ctui'BTSi carpets:: The tefiest Htack et Car litis aiiH Oil Cloths, and the BEST PLACE TO PURCHASE IS THE CITY Is at ' asfrTll PL.TTr- NO. 1 UNION HL0CK. May IT. ENGLISH (JKAPK. "T LACK Knglish Crape In medium ud extra jj nua.iue at 1 EDWARD BARLOW. SUN UMIiKKLIAS. SI'S L'MIIRF.LLAS A SD PARASOLS, All Sixes, PRICES AND QUALITIIS, at BDWARfc BARU Mo. I :-6 Church Street. ANOTHER NEW SKIRT Just receireil sit LYMAN'S. THIS JIOIIMNC 'r h r Silver 35 r a i tl PIjFsXXnSiUSKIKT. for durability, beaut an : elegance It la pronounced The Skirl of the Season. Ladies, please call aod see them at tbe CORN! R STORE. Hay IT, lScf dawU LADIES TRAVELING 1) R E S S GOO If s A Fine Assortment jnn received and opene.1 thb morals at Li AIA o. IIEtVV IILACK SILK. VNOTI1ER piece of Heavy Bla-k Bilk suluble lor I asqalnes. Clrtnlars As. reoalved by Ex ureas but nlgut and for sale at a very low price at B 5 EDWARD BARL0W13. No. 1M Church St. rpWENTV'-FlVB dollars will bay a aaedsosae 1 llano Spread a: BARLOWa No. IS Church Street. June S. BLACK SILKS. OFlBCESof thoae beautiful heavy silks, every parehaser er Silks should not fall to see tkem . m a , , , u PRINTS AND DELAINES. 10 CASES JUST RECEIVED, at aitonishinzlv low prices at LYMAN'S. DO M KS T I US. Jf IfE KEEP A SMALL STOCK OP BROWN AND BLEACIIED SHEETINGS. Ticking, Stripes, CORSETS. JEANS, DENIVS, A:C. tlilnk n offitr seme inducements to ttnrelmers a thir are Inst bonzht at ruinously low oriees and not having room for them desire to dose them out as soon s possiwe, at April 23 dawtt LTIIAN'3. jsceds N E W SEE D.S. AT Wheeler tc Kipley'.. Herds Grass, Red Top and CLOVER SEEDS. GARDEN -4.YD FLOWER SEEDS also Agents for Tick's Celebrated Imported GARDEN AND JFLO WER SESDS (Ciolhinrj. KORSI'RIXG AMI M7MMKR. Vie ire now opening tl COMFbCTISTand HIT JjELECrEU STOCK OFSKAMKVUtl.K iicailij tllttde Clothing; EVKR EXHIBITED IN THIS STATE X ars mtnutsstarinf our own Hewls, thereby sal e a proflt Ptld bv merehaats to all factnrerfj and with theerperlenoewe have la the l-csisesi we Catter ourcelves, that we esa awt ap Itctler (aariiienfs at a much Lower Price. than any other eftabllshment In the Ntata. T!IKsnPKHir)RITVOKOlinoOI)3 In saan- ufactureandSTVLEof CUT over goods generally bouzhtUeady meie. Is acknowledged by all, to men we especially , call the Attention of l'urclisier. II C CJ.V AXD rlLT. SEU. OUR GOODS JS LOW ! JS TIIK LOrTESr. NO THOU11LK TO SHOW fiOODS. ( I NO. 1! 4 3 BANK BLOCK. j COLVKR t TURK. ! II EA DO, CARTERS POK Paper CoIIar.x and CnI's. all kinds of which we sell at manufacturers prices. NO. 2 A, 3 11AXK II LO C K COLVKR TURK. TO THE PUI1L1C. rpilE Subscribers Invlo; formed a jaitnershli X under the firm name or Ifow A' Boyiilon, are new prepared to mannlaetare tbe beat qualities of OA&SIMEREs AND FLANNELS. llivlng enlarged and improved our machinery to equal tho beat mills, we eta execute all orders tor Custom work In tbe 1'ER r IS EST MAS, .YER. The acocuntsof A lc I Dow and of Dow - Perdtal areltninourhandj.aadwillbe settled byos. Tbaakuilfor favors bestowed on oar predeeeeaora. we solicit the patronage of all oar friends for the present firm. !KfT A- BOVNTON. Uuiesbargh Woolen Mills. Illceeburch Vt. Msy 21 loss dawam. -200O I.INKN DUSTKKS of Different Qualities and Styles at Wholesale and Retail at the LOWEST MARKET PRICES, tar sale at No. 2 3 Bank Block. COLVKR & TURK. THIIVERV LATEST. Slial;espcarc Paper Collar of all sixes, new lit just rece'Tad at Awn as. colv er tdrxs. XKW COOfrS 1 NEW COODgK Ho ' Every One that wishes to hay OOI) GOODS CSIEAS, call at .I.riatts, Church St. Baritsgtoa. Vt . opposite First National This is the head of the UtrkaC TWeeatnof at- traetloa. The Hub (not oftbo Cat Terse bat) of the city. I have JaK reoatved a fall stock of New (ioodsporebasedal the lowest poiatln las market. We hare the LARGEST V AMBIT OF 1'anry (Tn'slweres, Coatings nasi Vetiitpi. TO K rOF.TU lit THK CITT, all ot which will be made ap under the supervision of MR. n. D. KP I1AR10N ta th Latest Style and warranted to tit. Also on of the most com peeve stacks ot ICeatly illade Clofhiiiff ever offered In this cltv. 5PB1.VO OVERCOATS. BVBHttSS A.TD TASCT COATS, VAtTS A.SI) t K3T3 Alfl) BOTS CLOTHtlHt. Gents Furnishing 4toiI hu andleas Tail.lv. PArKTt COLLARS and CUFFS, all sixes and sty lea, also the latest style of SlIAKRsPEAKK COLLARS. ef re purchasing ejsawket yoa wUl do well to pre me a call and thereby be enabled to see bow ch-sp toucan levy edothIag,as I am determined not to he I'n'leriow: and all I eaa say to my aasa erous customers aaa those who are not, give see a trial and y u wi!I fad tt to year interest to save at least l"to I." rev east oa all yoa bay. Remem ber the lot! .c, opposite First Natioaal Bank, ChnrtLSt. Very Respectfully, May is. A. PLATT. HANKINO HOL'SBOP .jr. V C O O JaI: A' C O . Corner M'nll & NnMiin Sta.New Vosk. In connection with car bouse in Philadelphia and Washington, we have opened a NEW TORK IIOl'SK at above location, and offer our services to Banks. Bankers, and Investors for tho transaction of their business in this city. Including purchases aad sales of Government Securities, Stocks. Bonds, and Gold. Ws are constantly represented at the Stock exchange aad Gold Board, where orders sent as are promptly (lied. We It per. Laud a fall sspplr of GOVERN'llENT SECURITIES OF ALL ISSUES bayiag ind selling at current prices and allowing correspond e nil the most liberal rates the market aaords. Mar 6 -daw It. JAT COOKE CO. KIRST NATIONAL BANK. U.-S. S T 0 0 K S. 2otiht and Sold. aWEdlfferectsesieeofT-ao NOTES kept eon . stantlyon hand for Immediate delivery- U. S. COUPONS, COLD an.l SILVIJH Compound Interest JYolcs AND Certificate of Indebtedness Purchased on the mo-t FavorHhlnTi-rm'. IlarllaitoB. liar I. ISM-dawtf THE FIRST iVATnOiVAss It a nl; Wtll from this date be MlM'OfiilT RECF.BS'TS, HEARINR PROM t TO O PER C5.T. Interest, A coo rdl tic to It 02th of time the dcuult iniu All sach receipts will be CASHED ON DEMAND. Interest Will not he Tiald tnr a ihnrtjtr tlm. II, .m TIIIUTi DAYS, nor on smaller sums than FIFTY DOLLARS. Burllnctin. Vt .Mar I dswtf ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY OF OU I! Conducted by the Spanish Oovernment. $300,000 in Gold Drawn Every 17 Day Prizes eaihet and lnfonaatlon crclshed i the highest rates paid for Doubloons and all kinds ol Oold and EUver also for all Government Securi ties. TAYLOR A CO . Bankers, IS Wall Street, New York. t.l!5 dawiT E. . I'LOVII. . T 0 11 M A K IS R AND -.IE W E !i L E K , 15-1 C II V K C II ST K K E T: R5 IN STOCK, booaht since the decline la Jail, a mbmdM assertment of batches. American, EktUiIi aad Swlas, ra all styles of Ilunt lae and I'nea Cases. Oold aod Silver, embraelnr aeaae very ebotec Dlamnart Set. Boanseled r-l Plain llold . CHAINS AMI t'llAKMS. A LARUE VARItTV HI CISJHNO D!ti; J!iESR New. ewiant. uniqu? tle of Sett. Half Set t. Biuoehr. K.r-ltnsr Sleeve buttoos srf P'C-, SeaK Fine at..n- I al.lt,, Ku'.v. fem.r.le or aat. Pearl. Amrrh--' Kn,-ine Turned. P!a'n, h.n saeled. Seals an-t r;,il.trenV Klii4, UrAocltti, L' eta, (laid and Cbra! sleeve Catch-uu. e. 1 HAIRJKWKLRY ANDSILVBR JEWELRV, jfade to order at short notice. solid siijVKR cnons. Rleh and servieeable. (Of uor wn laak. ) P L A T E D WARE. A complete st.k of the Saeet quality of Table floods, sad articles of utility and artlrtie beauty. Tine JIarble and Calcatlar Clock. Also a great variety of cheaper toe pieces, Speo tarles anff lye gbwes, la every kind of bow aad focus of (1 lass. 61 1 Pens and PeaeUa, Fine Table aad Packet CoUery. Raiors, Belssors, Shears, Pans, Beads, Bionaee, ' ases. Toiict Articles. Hdkf. ind Sieve Poxes, PortasnonnaiesAe. Wo are able to offer superior Indosemeau to pareaaMra, as oor stock Is the Jerersl aad Jni ta eelection and qaality in this Tietalty, eonaUthig of frsak new gMs, boaght aad to be sold at viry low '"vtan work will, as usual, rieeive tor personal attentke. B. B. FL0V1, IM Chareb Street. Sisu ot the Hie Kagle. x sc w n oods. James H. SrlMswHltf, J W E ti S? Et . At lite Old Stmd Charch Street, Is reeeivtag a good stock of Jewelrj, ha aa4 Silver VTateho. aaal rumcs, Laaraaj, uuios, aeewa. Odd Fellows aid Teas pet -auce l'taa. lUilirart(H M&iumfmlB. An extsfuire variety of Cufl Bif(toH and SJs. asost all aorta of Jewelry w th raatunl r.aase. new sad rich stj lea of FL.ITED TEi SETS. My Stock It new, as nod sad aad as cheap as eaa be had at any other phva, and as to Raw Jews by I hava isoalved a large ortawnt since the oeelma in gold. April C. J. E. BBJNSliAII). stirLtes. A 600D of VaYiWi Cifa tm, A liif a", warranted the hast shooting line la the market. Kept constantly on aaad at iRo. I, Baak Block, by B&IN8MAID at HILDBSTH. Sent. xlst. daw TO SPORTSMEN. TUB undersigned have ju.t received foil aaeort- meat of RxvoLViae Pistols of erary detr iW aatteraad CajrraiMas to at. AU of whl. will bo sold as low as ta lowest, and very Brawn lower than they are generally sold la thiejrfty by other ehopa. BR1N8MA1D mLDBDATn . Bant. IS Bo. I Bank Block. 6rocerirt 25 SHXLL m rmRcK. tSMOKED BA1JBCT. AFEWpoondaofSmoked Halibut mr sale low. at MARTS. No. I Bank Block, j 1 Aft B&Ls 81 PKR PHOSP1IATB OF LIMB, ! tin! a si hhlr Pondrette far ale 1-v J.S.PHRCKASON. CkC t'ABKBXS DBIBF1 APPLK8Cfr a!e t y SO J. a. PEIRCE A M9 driku kki:ii ustiEDBsuer:: DRIKD BEEF In SneeoedltJon at HART. So. 4. Bank Bl.k. CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES. U00 D assortmeat of Carriages fcr salo at HAbTS. Uo. 4 Bank Bluet. T A BINS. FIBS. It ITS. PICKLES, 8ABDI5E8 IX, PICXLBD IBSrTTOS. ac-Ae. Wholesale JUtall hUreh aa. at ha: No. 4. MOKKD BEKP hut reeelTod at PBIBOira V KR MONT CBHTKAta A ND 9C LXt tAX RAILKOAIrS. SPRIXC ARRANGEMENT. Commencing iWuy 14, 1866 raxiaa ooisa aouva aats bast. Leave Borlington at T.t5 A. St., I?. 40 P. M., aad 8a01. M Hail Train leaves r. jases Point at 4.10 AJf.,oou neeting at . iteKiver Junction and Bellows Palls with trains To - Boston, Woroaster. Springaald aad Kw Yor', arr ving at New York at 10.43 P. Itaad with trains on Passumpsle R B. Btaam Boat Bxpres leaves Montreal at S 30 AJf. lor Burlington, Lake George, Saratoga, Rutland, Troy, Alhaay aad Hw Tork. connecting at Bar llngtoa with Lake champlaln steamers aad Bnt saadBMd. Oar Bxpreaa leave Hoatreal at SJ30 A. hi., BVJoans at lo A.M.. Oensturgh at 5.i A M., for Boston, Ac. arriving in Boston via Lowell at 10 10 P. M. Right ExpreeeITe Ogdeasbnrirh at 11.30 A. M., Montreal JuP.U.tonse's Point 5.1SP.M.,St. Johns at 4.40 P.M., arriving at Boston at i.tO A. M., con necting nt Bellows Palls with Cheahir RaUroad Ibr Bostoa and Worcester and with Vermont Valley RaHmed for Bpriagleld. Ac, and nivin-'n New York at !3t)P. MT TaaiBsaoiss aoara aao wsst. Leave Burlington at 4.n A. M., o 45 A. M.. 4.15 P.M., 6.30 pTm. Day BApsass leaves Boston via Lowell at i.mi A. H. for Barlmgton, St. Albans, Montreal, arriving tt Montreal at 9.3s P. el., Ogdssssburihat 1 A M. Mail Train leaves Bostoa at r.nn A.M. via Lowell eta Lawrence and Fitchburg at 7 Jd A. M-, Spring SeldatT.U A. M. for Barllngtoa, and St. Albans. Accommodation Train leaves Northaeld at 7.1; A.M.. BarUaxtot. at 9 45 A. M. Ibr St. Albans, MuBtraaJ asal Romsee' Point. Night Express leaves Bellows Falls at ltun P. M. rseeiTtng Tstsaetigm from Vermont Valley K R. toaTing Rw York, at 12.1S P. M.. sod from Cheshire R. K leaving Bostoa at 5.3u P.M., connecting at Wait River Junction with train leaving Boston at 5.30 P. M., ibr BuTlincton, Boose's Point. Montreal aad Ogdensbwrr. with tiraad Trunk trains Ibr the wsst- 8Ieepiws: cars are attached to both the Night ifx press trains ranning between St. Albans and 3-naon, and St. Alhaa and Springteld. Throats "tekete to Chicago and the U, for sale atta Prlaeipal stations. Tiekatsto Thrtroit, Chicago and all points Wast sold br II. N. DKURY, Agent, No 2 Amencan Ho tel Barlington, Vt Baessg checked thmash. O.MBJULL.8ui't. St. Albans, Jane 1. 1 fi. Itl TUSU ANU Bl RLIN'GTOV R. R. CHANGE OF TIME. Commencing May 11. laec, trains will ran as ml SOWS: utara BDatraaTOx - in.fti A. M., MAIL TBA1N for Bostoa. L.,weU, Wor cester. Fitchburgh. BrattieboroAirllitld.Harl mrd. New flavea, Troy, Albany and New York -. arrive In Troy nt 4.30 P. M. iNew York lo.3r.a-. Boston 7. JO P it Taiwafk Is aesfew aa4 T.y a-i'taaal cSaaoe a Cars 1.15 TRAIN far Rutlaxilaad Intormed'ate sta- ions 00P. M. ACCOMODATION TRAIN to Ration''. arrvwi In Rutlar.,1 at a ,,'cloc'. 10 OOp. a .NIGHT EXPRr'B,wlth S''.,,int Car tor N Yor aaa Bort, Arrive ui Troy at 4. 4 a ; New Yolk ln.J a. w ; Boston ..-! a. a rareaew 'o 7Vajf and 9aaa wilasal ek,nfe i c-t. i ne in o-ctoca r. at. an I I o'clock 1. St. trains make sloe coacMtiaa with the New York Cen tral at Troy ani Albany fbr all points West. ras las eal sad Kaat Trmnt arriu tA murlhifUm as 7aw , Xtt A. v , NianT EXPRESS TRAIN, with Sleeping Cars, from New York and Bostoa. Leaves New York at r. w , Boston 5 JO r. a. 9 3D A. M. ACCOMODATION TRAIN from Rutland raatn ju mail's a o 3 a. J I. 4.4 r. v., MAIL TRAIN from Boston, Lowell, Wr cests.-.6prlngaeld. Hirttord, New Uaven. Tror , and New York. 1 Leaves BoU.n 7 30 A. v. 7.C0, MAIL TRAIN from Troy and New York ! For further Information apply at th Union TVak- ' etomce.no. i. American Hotel Block, where tick- i ets ican he percbaied for all of the above rentes and all points West, North West and BouthWest, 1 choice may be made from sty ef the various routes. ' from Burllntton. ' I 1C wiDhrtr i . n . i J . W. CA RPENTtn, Arcnt, No Anerlcin ilottL ' n tn a iftvnnite . J . I-KJ. A .UCalVIVlAau UUP , THE NEW IIOILER IS AT WORK, and orders for paper which Lave been unavoidably delayed are tefas rankllr filled, and new orders for all kinds cf FRia'TS.VG P.1PJDR can be taken and prt -aptly executed at tLemarket .lite, b) the! CLAREMOnT MJN'rjFACTTjniKO CO. AptU ta. Clartxcut.N.lt. WHnsit. S. D. Hi II. W. SMITH'S AMERICA OJtAIVS, TIID M0S1 I'KUH.rr Al BEAUTIFUL MUSICAL INSTKL-MLSr I.N THE WORLD FOR THE VMER ICAN HOME CIRCLE. tTrMvaoteen (t?) First Pi i ml si to tbe tasavinen Oncaaa la tho vsate awarded of oetooer State and 1S&5, oiwrsdleosetJtors, at t ounty rains. JO The American Organs an the only KSSAIi KUED ORGAIVS now before the pablle. Tho only Orgu having a Kcverliemtiiiar Sonud StOx, aart to perform as th Bounding Board has la a fSma Forte (to give body aad reaaonanee ee tone land without whieh the Organ beeoatas ereiy a Melodeon in an vrgan im. Coqaasr aad Baa- asss 7.TT tfapovrarM Instriuent;wmesais are limited. its prso leuwai. ...j f3vcrvOr?:a i Wnrranteil to Prove Sntilacttjry' TlitC AMUUCAN 0RBAN8 aU bare the BereT beratinr8osmd Box. or Wiad Cheat, and arejalah edia the highest atylo of art, la Rosewad. Jet, Walaat. aadOak ulh, rlehljr Tarnished aad Pal UheTorin Smooth Oil Finish, lorsianc sdeaarat pteees of Faraitore tor the Parlor or Boadotri aad ' the uaa anu ssaines - , vnareBes, wnn anu mvuu ... TUB AMBRIt AH OROaSS are aU anlaned with ' oar new PATBNT hnpsmmeats. eoatainias the : improved Knee Swell, Doada Bellows, two Blow Padal. aaa TstKxuxAi toana n waaws ,,w- atent. NfcW STYLES OF CASES, i Ttlcklv rUsahed and niartUy Otnenscatetl teaek ethea. eaa Crea. i : . AGENTS FOB THE 8TATB Boohs and tationerj. 1 NEW AND CHOICE PIANO MCBIC. A II oat ..a the Tide. Sr. teUtr. 30 , "Heatly oar boats glides along o'er tbe stream Ba Kind ta tmrhmrn 3atar Kelt. ST. f. CMS. 1 Kiss me while I'm Preasautt. WkmrntrUtMl Eiat at a; iter while la d res sale g. Let me dream agaia of the. I Love the tittle rippling Steasa. Cmkj. 3B 1 "The ra gad etla. the saa-iy ptaia. Th b p'oklet In the rally, 1 I lore them all, hat not so dear As say sweet charming Nellie. n Dear Father, drink no more. lilsisBea 3 I The abore tmnt by mail, postpaid, on reoatpt of Bvsea. vuvee arsrav a w... Vfaahlnxtotl btrrat Bostoa. JaneS dawtf. NEW BOON LIST. "T IViNesTONBS bpsdittoa to ta jlj ana iu lnewranee. - History of th Jewish i-hureh,-' ad Saris by toaby. "la Trust or Dv Cei Uasals." hy TSaaglani. "Th Yoang Lady cf Plana re." "Records of 8. V 8. Wilder." 'A Pie fcr the QoeenV EngDsh" .y Henry Al IredD.O. "Llies Morrt.ag'' and "LltVl EvwsJag." "Joesrth th Jew." 'Loot bat Poaad." "Ta Scripture Law of Drroroe." "Brate old bait, by Oliver Optie- For sale y; B. A FtTLLKC. Jane 1. 18oe. NKW HOOfvB. -T-V.-CS HOXU. A survey of th lias aad vearkof Xll Jesws Christ. "The MsaqaeTBd and otber Poasasr by J.fijlue "Cunpanioa Poet" vol. 1. My Rsw Bosne." by the Author of Wia aad wear Sc. "Tarning a 4ew Leaf or the story of CaaIs Terry. For sale by Mays. L ATCLLXB, VICTOR. UCSO. pWONBW BOOKS by th author of "Ls Mts- Jasvsar. a Novel. By Victor Man. (HI asUatad ) sMBiwuaaws- ra. osa: a novel, jsy-vaaw Ilugo. For sale by CO. FRFNCH SCO. NEW HOOKS. 'p;iEliurvM,.rHtBi-DRosAo.v. By Alger X sn Charles Swinburne. Liiohtox Cosbt : a CoTsBtry fjaasa Btory. By llenr blingaley, author of iavenshoe, 4c. Boson Mat a stoi CourAsioa Pom WhitUer. Bryaat A Baku Mulj or tub KrxxBAt. By frivato Mstwm v aaiii, . Tur ssu oy C. 0. FRENCH A OO. NKW HOOKS. rtRITK AL, Doctrinal and HomUetiaal Co J, "J l Ijanga MJ. 17. A VOI ''Besmotny of Art,- by Bosnia. Rescue from Egypt" by A. L. 0. E. "Lney Arlj n' by Trowbridge. Margai- b, Victor Hag. "ToiSrs of th Sea," by Victor Bae. ','Ba'ed Mests of the PuBeral," by Print MOe 0l:illy "Agnes" A novel, by Mrs. Olipaaat. 'Storied told to a child.' by Jeaa iBgelow ' Poor Matt cr th Clouded Intellect." by Jeaa Inglelow. ''The B jjsat Dr. Murrays, by Blanc Saylord. 'School and Home." A Tale for School Boys. For Sal by ' Aor.lSJ. X A. FCLUSR. .Isrtllaurons STATE OF VKrt.MO.VT. A IKOCi7a1i ATIOIV W . ' .gJaiaiHre - .T "vasout ioeataa and dolag busl-nes- at Barungtonjui th County of ChiUea3en,ha made application to me requutiagm to issue a proelamiti.,n deeignating some da fcr the termin ation of tbe e vi.iecce ,4 saU corporation ( and , - Kia.a w appear to me fiat lder- f sai l corix.ratHn were jiveu i.i favor of said a,i the 8t,l of Vermont in oonl-,rm:tr with said ai -I lifaUpn and the pr-.vi..,n , f eetl',ns eighti -'x and eixtty-stTtn of chapt.r eighly-aine of the Oonerai hUUUs or Vrnv,nt, i; he.-eV Ueae my proclamation and declare that on the Fifteenth day of September. A. D. ls. theseld oorDoraUoo of the Bank of Bariington shall eease to ex it as fully and with th tamo affect as it Us charter ex pire dhy the lisalutiou therela. In witness whereof, I bavebereunto signed ny name aad oanied th seal of tho Stita to be hereunto affixed. In Fxeeutlve Chamber In L .l Watorbary. this Twelfth day of Jlarcb, In the year of our Lord .one theujaad eight hundred f- ,iI'7-il' and of the Independence of the I nited States the ninetieth. n .k ,, PAUL DILUNOnAM. By the Uoversor. Cuts M. Oat, March lw'in,7 ' imt"' IIENIIY Ili:iIS "Manufacturer of lelT?1.e T.1JGJLF, S PatentPd'LtM Jan.l-w6m ' . Boston NAVAL OFFICERS. INDEMNITY-. 0FdF.1J:f l?e S"F wb0 lolt elothlns by tho 1 u$cT.:V&' r.W,i TAKE CASE OF YOUB LIFE! PAT"D. Sept. 0, 1803. SEELY'S Patent IrSetallic Sole. 'A NEW HfVESnOH". UitmutHk lt.i the most orollftc of disease aud death in. xn to huuanitv It la al most sure to brim; on a c jld . and oolde, aegleeted, aad often when not neglected, lead to fevers or to coughs aad fatal consumptions. It is In recogni tion of this truth that the inventive talent of th country has tor years been devising some method, OrauemptlBg w ubtim it, jwr atvpms u mMii, aad yet that should not ive lncuuvenience to the wearer, rtuwoev ihik., ia UMnnavrMjam Ha. a hitherto been our reliance -, but it I well known as among their many evils tbat while they keep tb teet dry from external moisture, they sweat them over amen, anu uy uh ibqucibc m mw tenderness Increase a susceptibility to eusde rather than otherwise. They are also cumbersome to the feet, and withal at very expensive. The detaand is for auautamg that shall make the ordinary Boot aad 6be impervious to water, without afftcting .. . . i . vii.. , i r ..... : t l . . i. tnetr eiocance or aurawuij aw. u ywam. n,uu ont adding sensibly to tb cost of their nvaaulac tar. The, it will be conceded, are wost important features, and we eonseseattously affirm that the) are abeolntel yattalned in tbe invention herewith presented to the pablic. Tb invention consists la inserting between the Inner aud out ir sole, when the boot is makiag. a thin Mstaixic Plave, exeawdinglv ductile, combin ing flexibility with toughness, very light, aad erory way adaptod to tb end desired, while th additional expense is merely nominal. It furnishes a perfect barrier against th admission of wet or dampness, though the feet may b expoted eve.- so loag apoa wet pavements or damp groand. to ladies aad children tho Jlrrxuc Solbs will be of Incalculable raloe, as from their habits of 111 aad delicacy of drees, they are particularly exposed to the Isag train of ilia that attend upon an inade qnats areaaevJoa to the met. Trees Soles have already been tried by th beat of all tests, actval rsa. and tho testimonials tc their saerits, freelv proffered, indicate that they most be speedily and universally adopted by th public. Th Patent Jtetallie Soled Boom and hoes are being in trod weed into the leading Boot and Boo Stores throughout tho United States, and will supplant aUsarsas ot ovarshoes, except possibly ri r daep nind or snow, as they become knon. Be are to get thees and take no other. If roar shoe Bxakar doas aot happen to have them, he can pro ear them without dimeuity. If he will not, then aaad vourself to the inventor one dollar and thirty ants, aad obtain six pair, assorted sixes, with right to us, which will be promptly forwarced by mall or express pre-paid and which can b mad an b ui shoemaker In tb county Agencies will be aval llahed in every city and village, and supplied with Sole aad proprietary stamp, at ach dale Haarai eoaunisaioa suum on ewie Also Seneral Agenciee tor state. appointed nn ap- Bueatton, wrta proper tesumunisua POSTSCRIPT. Raw Yoaa. Jans 1, 16C Th proprietors of the ab re patent, having come ta soBttet with a patent previously bstssd to Wil liam J. L)Buva,of Northampton, atais., coverlag th same raeaiisa and tafsrereaifar, tre ehler par tis ta iaursst have purchased tb same, and. core Maine their laureate, have or-nuuzed THE A3IBKICAN rnteat Metallic Bboe Sole Compaa). WITH A CAPITA. 0 $130,000. And established a central Maaametory sad Depr nt S3 Jons Street. New York ; whr they are read, at all time to til or-iers for soles of all sixes with asmatncsi and dispatch. The attention of dealers is respeotfally solicited .V. aereea aaa aas sacs asrd Mis ssc sntf seer ssasa tWBsewf, iprteuroMt, l wror a sewi er saw aniaeal it. Haectal iadece merits entered to dealer ana BtBBUlaoturers, to aid In their in trod action. Price Uss and ssnseral aad special iaJeematioBfmrnul ao applieatlcn at the general store, to A- B LTMA. Prcsescml Am. Pat. Jssiafse 3aae Sftt Cm. et John Street, Raw York. STATE OF VERMONT. A PROCLA31 ATIOIV. 7 HEBTCAS, Tb Farmers aad Mechanic's Bank a eornoratlOB amy lnoorporatea oj to un are of th State of Vermont, loottad aad d- huata hec basin si UBrllnctoo in ta vooaty or vai teoden, has aud application to nt requesting tc -- to asraa a pro clamation designating soea day ft -ta toTBtiaatloa of th zUtenea of said eorpera tioa ! And whareas, It ha been made to appear to mt that two-thirds "t the le$al vutea or th stoc: hslders ef said corporation were gives in mvor saMapplfc-atioa ; How. tbere re. I, Paul Dillingham, Ooverni r ef th State of Vermont, in conformity with saiu appllaatlcn and the provisions of sections eight; sfx aad eaghty-eevwa f chapter eighty-Bine aftt Oeneral Statutes of Vermont, do hereby tasue m aseslaiiMlleii ami rtsalir that on tb Tea til d' oflssslesabir. I Tt l inf. Ihs lalit corporation lb Parnwrrs aad MaeaaaW Baak shall etas -exist, as folly and with tbe Sam effect a If ' charter expired by tb limitation therein, ta witneaa whereof, I have lieseualu atgaad r aasa aad caused th seal of tb State to benwanto asPxed, ta Bxeeattvw Caambcr Waterhory, this Btghth day of Mareh. la t tua. yesar ef our Lord esse th laaand alahl haadi and slaty -six. and of the independence oft United States the Binotiech. PAUL BILLING BAM. By the Governor, CBAS.M. Sat, Saeretinr of Civil and Military Affairs. Mareh 21 wrtept loth. TIIK MAMMOTH Croekerv, China, C.Ihss ant Paiier Warchosi'se, No. 2 and 3 Union Block. Church Strc lb aBfleraigned, propriators of tb above assa nshment, desire to call public atteatlaa to the laereaaed ssaailtias fcr ta as of their Batrons. They have not only greatly e Urged aad haaatllUd thafr salearooa, but ha eorraspcBdingly inersased and hraprovad th stock. AUjBion Bissau fa Ms fcltowta; Mat th will offer on tb most reasonable terms, at who sal and retail, v'.x. Creckory. French China, plain, nid band aad dsaistod. la setts at asso Table Glass Wai,e(erjsie Lamp.. IsHHtritM anti ChaHdelittrs, frsa tba ohaapan to th riosMst deal gas, sad all Mdspttoiiilatottelmptr CHIMNEYS, BTJBNRRS AND WICKS. PLATED ;OOD8, of Itogarsro.-" aad " Bed TABLE CTTBBRY, of th best manafactare. BIUTTANIA WABB, JAPANNED CHAMBER SITTS, and RICH FANCY GOODS, Sash as FANCY COLOGNE SETTS, VABBS, LAVA aad PARIAN 000 OS, Jtc. And they would call especial to their stock ot Paper Hansrinsrs, Cloth and I'aper Window Shades aiul Fixtures, V.. O. YYIR.BS A CO. March 7th. iSss. wtt BURLINGTON - SteamCoffcc V Spice .Hills, LEiVVENWORTH BLOCK, Colleui Svbut, Ersu.veton Vt. iTtnnufaclurci's & Jobber. The undersigned would moit respfctfully at seance to the trade that they hare established that selvesaa abovejn a large and capaetouj buildiaj.s have Introduced new and improved machinery f the purpose of manufacturing by steam, Cofft SpIccs.Crtam Tartar 4e. llavlng been connected with aad bad elev yean experience In one of the largest Tea, Cos and Spicy Douses la the L nited States.we think fully understaod jar business, and hesitate not say that all goods coming from our ettablbkme. cannot be surpassed in quality or style. Wo offer goods either Iu original packages o manufactured and not nn In n.i-. t., nil our chasers, on as FAVORABLE TERMS AS ANY OTHEP. FIRST CLAS3 HOUSE. Parties ordering by letter will pleaso designate distinctly, quantity, quality and style and ther eaa depend upon beln; tutted. 0nZ00BY:lIEAl. Taos. W.fJBicoar. Out N. MsAB. Jlay l4-.wrau i r 1 V"j -t. Jletauiesole. I 4. B- Outer Sole, s I XJC.-IaaerSoie.'