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These beautiful lines bv Mrs. Sigourney, give
& lively and truthful picture of firm life :
Saw ve the firmer at his plow.
As je were riding by ?
Or wearied 'neath the noon-day toil,
When the summer suns were high?
And thought you that his lot was hard.
And did you thank your God
That you and yours were not condemed
Thus like a slave to plod T
Come see him at his harvest home,
'When garden, field and tree
Conspire with glowing store to fill
His barn and granary.
Ilis healthful children gaily sport
Amid the new-mown hay.
Or proudly aid with vigorous arm
His tasks as best they may.
The Harvest Giver is his friend.
The ranker of the soil, .
And earth, the mother, gives them bread.
And cheers their patient toil ;
Come join tbm round their wintry hearth.
The hcartftlt plevsnre see :
An! eau you better julge how blest
The Fanner's life may be.
writer in the America Stock Journal
says that ot-tivews and its aaxrapanying evils,
are the main cause of sows destroying their
young, and that green and other proper food is
the preventive and cure.
Trie Roors. Although roots make a good
growth after frots, they cannot stand freezing,
and it is not well to leave them out after the
ground has stiffened one or two sights. We
have so often oSered oar advice relative to the
harvesting and storing oT roots, together with
the oaro aad preparation of root oellars, that
anything farther here would be superfluous.
A New Vegetable. A correspondent of the
Gardners' CkromscU, writing from Geneva,
Swnaeriand1, states that at a meeting of the
Genera Horticultural Societv Mr. Berzer read a
paper on what was to the Society an entirely
new vegetable. It is called the Scoltnr d'F.s
pmgne, and is cultivated eitaosively in Spain,
here it is esteemed a great luinry, as well as a
profitable and wholesome vegetable. When
growing it resembles a thistle. The rot looks
fake an ordinary-si rl Altringham carrot, but is
white. When cooked it tasus like blanched
The Scolimt is perfectly hardy and keeps well
from October till March ibe mode of culture
is the same as is practiced for parsnips and car
rots, except the tune of sowing. The seed must
be sown about June 1", or due it will start into
bkesom and the roots will be small and tough.
This new vegetable will probably be a great ao
qniettion to gardeners, as it can be gron as a
second crop on the ground from which early
vegetables have been removed-
Enmr Tornra is its Place. It is ooe very
ecatiU point to have a place for everything.
The next point is to keep everything in plaoe.
lluw shall we doit N e hate hired me and
boy.; they all leave things where they use them.
We tU them to put thingf in place bat they
won't do it. Suppose you are a carpenter by
by tra4e. Von go to your shop to work; the first
thing yon want w the hand-aw; it can't be
found. You go to the hoes at last and find it
banging on an apple-tree, where yon had it to
saw off a limb, when you were plowing corn.
The next thine looked for is an anger. That
is gone. The hammer is gone. At Last you find
it on a fence post, and say, " I left it then when
I nailed on that board. I went to pat op the
bars and came back, and forgot it."
If we follow the example of a gentleman whom
I worked fur in New Hempehtre when I was
qatte young, we will have no trouble in finding
whatever tool we want. I went 'here Monday
morning to commence work. He said, "yon
my go with me and we will look around a little,
whih breakfvjt is being prepared. AV went
to an out house, and there were his farming
tools all in place We went to the wagon boute,
t very thing was there pertaming to or uted about
wagons or carriages. We found a place ftr
everything and everything in its place. He told
me when you have done using any tool, put it
in place before you do anything more."
Whilst working for bim he told me to 70 and
cat a tree oat of the mad about eighty rode dis
tant and then go and get bis chain at the black
smith shop. I Mid to him shall I leave the ax
there until I come back with the chain V "No,1
fcs&id e, firs pat the ax in place, and then go
and get the chain.'' It eery one would adopt
the same principle it would wre a great deal of
fret tier and toss of time. D. B.
M ottos Chops. A brisk, rapid heat is neces
sary, h as to cook the surtace immediately and
retain the jukes; so you must be sure and place
the gridiron on very hot coals When heated,
put on the chops, sprinkle on a little salt and
keep taming the meat from side to side until al
moet well done. You do not want mutton chops
rare like taefsteik , nor too much cooked. Never
put batter on them. Melted butter is very in
digestible; and, really, it is not needed with
properly broiled meats, as they will be sufficient
ly juicy without. Broiled meats are more digest
ible thin fried, becaue the tat undergo lew
cfeemical changes. They are also more savory
than roat meats.
Hiked Sorr. Take one pound of lean beef;
chop rather fine; place in an eartbern pot which
will bold five quarts of l.tjuid. lwe and add
two cni ns, two carrots, two tabksfiooafals of
rice, well-wasbed, a pint ot whole or split peas,
a teaspoonful of black-pepper, and a tatdespoon-
riiler salt; pourover au one gallon ot com water;
put tbe lid of the jar on it, or a doss fitting
state, ana Date lour Hours, luia is a nice,
Oi-Tail Socp. Take two large tails; divide
them at the jointe: rub with salt, and soak over
Btgfct is salt and water Place in a jar with on
ions, tarnip", carrots, and celery tops, two or
three of eaoh, a small teaspounful of pepper, a
UNesaoouiul ot salt, and cover with rne gallon
of water. Cover closely, and set in tbe oven for
four hours Then take out the meat, removing
the bones, and cutting it :n small pieces
P.ub the soup through a seive. thicken with two
taMespoootuls ot tarma or nour, noil up well.
season with catsup, and serve with tbe bits of
Coax C'KE. Take three pints of sour ci earn,
two eggs a small teaspoouful of sola, and salt
enough, all stirred nicely together. Then turn
in slowly two handsful of flour, and oorn meal
enough 10 make a batler about as thiek as for
buckwheat cakes. This must be well beaten and
stirred. Then melt in a large bread pan about
the third of a pound of good, sweet butler; pour
tbe batter in, and stir well, so that tbe butter
mixes thoroughly all through it Have the oven
hot enough so it will go right to baking, keep
ing up a steady beat, and it will be done delicious
and tender and crispy in half an hour. Cut it
out in squares, like gingerbread, anl serve hot
Per a plainer cake, ne buttermilk instead of
sour cream, ana nsu drippings instead ot but
ter. Corn meal is often ground too fine, aod tbe
cake or bread will be dark instead of golden yel
low, and will be sticky and unwholesome.
Mint Chow-Chow foe Roast Lamb. Take
ene-third onions to two-thirds cucumbers, add
spearmint, green peppers, and mustard, chop
finely together, put into a jar, and aid strong
vinegar and salt; eork it op, and in a few days
it wUl be fit for ue.
GiaGEXssar. Two cups of molasses, one of
lard, one of water, one teaspoonfal of ginger, one
teafpoonral of seieratos, and a little salt; enough
floor to tbieken; knead well, roll thin, cutout
with cake-cutter or tea-cup, and bake in a quick
Tip-top Cake. Beat well tocether two eggs,
one and a half cups of sugar, a little salt, a little
nutmeg, one tablcpoonful of butter, one-half
teapconful of seleratns disolved in one cop of
milk, ooe teaspoonful of cream of tartar mixed
with two and a half cups of floor. It should be
baked as soon as it is mixed.
Urn ix CrTAW rninso. 1 heaping table
s poonfnl of Indian meal, 1 egg, to 1 quart of
milk; salt and spice; saeeten to taste. Deat the
egg and meal together and pour in the milk, and
stir twice while baking. Bake one bour slowly
adulteration of Tlanures,
Fraud in the making up of guano and
other manures are nttractin- attention in
England, and are being exru-ed by Agricul
tural Cbemists and w riters in the nevespa
j.ers. A correspondent of the Agricultural
liatette rajs that Dr. V.ielker, in a lecture
liefore the Central Farmers' Club, called at
tention to tbe continued practice of adulter
ation which still existed with regard to ma
nures, and more tmrlicularlj with regard to
guano, lie said tint farmers should never
bur guano at a public auction. That tbe
doctor had good reason for giving this ad
vice, tbe following facts will show : In a
large town in the south of Fngland, a large
quantity of Peruvian guano was recentlv
advertised for sale in tbe usual way, by a
very respectable auctioneer. A gentleman
present asked for an analysis, and one was
produced, signed by Dr. Voelker, and show
ing fourteen jr cent, of ammonia, where
upon he bought five tons, but tfore paving
for it, took a pamtJe from the lot and "for
warded it to Dr. oelker for analysis. The
result was, that instead of fourteen, it ex
hibited barely two and one half per cent, of
ammonia, but consisted mostly of gypsum,
and contained only aboot a sixth part of
pure guano. Of course this exploded the
plot, and the auctioneer was much disgusted
with the transaction. This, however, did
not prevent several other attempts being
made m neighboring counties, and no doubt
tbe authors of the scheme, who hail
from the north or north-east of London
have made a good thing of it ; for this is not
tbe first time nor the first year in which the
aid of auctioneers has been sought to impose
on the credulity ef farmers. Now what is
one of the main causes of the success of
these manoeuvere? Why that ineuantcrav
ing after cheap things, that eagerness to
buy goods under their real value which is a
ruling principle with many purchasers of
manures, and which appears to be encour
aged by many who profew entirely different
Now. Peruvian guano is sold by the agents
of the rerrian Government at 12, 10s. per
ton in wholesale quantities, without any de
duction or discount, but with shipping ex
penses added; the merchant has to add
freight and railway expend- he "
honest, a moderate profit for bimelf ; and
yet it is sometime oflcred at less than cost
price. Again with regard to that valuable
manure, superphosphate, one would think
the interest of consumers would bo to en
courage old establifhed, respectable, nl
skilllul manufacturers, to improve the man
ufacture as much as possible, and with this
object, to seek out the richest and most val
uable sources of phoi-pbates. But no ; the
principle advocated of late has been to en
courage the manufacture of the low class su
perphosphates, such as coprolite and acid ;
and having buried the good old principle,
" live and let live," and ruined, or endea
vored to min, the merchant or dealer, to
render the article at so low a price as will
only yield a very small profit to the manu
facturer, provided he ues the most inferior
and lowest priced raw materials he can get;
for many of the really jood raw material.sueh
as bone-ash, sombrero phosphate, etc., are im
ported at higher prices than the coprolite
arid acid pseudo-surerpbospbatc are now sold
Now, if editors and printers wonld work
for nothing, what cheap newsjapers we
should get. If engineers would level and
nnvic delie for naught, what cheap fares
we should have on our railways ; if lawyers
and barri-ters were tu do without their fees,
how delightful law suits would become; and
vet none of these cases would be more ab
surd than the spectacle aflorded of individ
uals doing the dirty work of a manure com
pany without fee or reward, under tho glo
rious appellation ol honorary secretary, and
more tarticuUrly if it can bind newspajra
to advertise it for nothing. Verily, the la
borer is no luager worthy of his hire.
i Literary (urlo...
The following remarkable poem is a contribu
tion to the San Francisco Timet, from the pen
of Mrs. E. A. Dealing. The realer will notice
that each lice U a quotation from some one of
the standard authors of England and America.
This is the result of a year's Uborions search
among the voluminous writings of thirty-eight
leading poets of the past and present. The num
ber of eeh line refers to its author below :
lWby all this toil for triumphs of an hoar?
2 Life's a short summer, man a flower.
3 By turn we catch the vital breath and die,
1 The craile and the tomb, alas so nigh !
5 To be is better, far, than not to be,
6 Tho' all man's life may seem a tragedy ;
7 But light cares speak when mighty zifts are
S The bottom is bat shallow whence they
S Tour fate is bat the common fate of all,
10 Unmingled joys to no man here befall.
1 1 Nature to eaeh allotta his proper sphere ;
12 Fortune makes folly her rculiar care;
13 Custom dees sot often reason overrule,
11 And throw a cruel sunshine on a fool,
15 Lire well, how long or short permit to
lti They who forgive most shall be most for
given. 17 Sia may be clasped so close we cannot see
16 Vile intercourse where virtue has no place
19 Then keep each passion down, however
20 Thou pendulum bet ii a smile and tear
21 Uer sensual snares, let faithless pleasures
--J With craft and skill, to ruin and betray;
23 Soar not high to fall, bat stoop to rite,
24 We masters grow of all that vie despise.
2o Oh, then I renounce that impious self
esteem. 2C Riches have wings, and grandeur is a
27 Think not ambition he because 'tis brave,
The paths of clory lead bat to the grave.
29 What is ambition? 'tis a glorious obeat !
30 Only destructive to the brave and great.
:;l What's all the gaudy glitter of a crown ?
32 The way to bliss lies not on beds of down.
33 How long we live, not years, but actions tell ;
;U That man lives twice who lives the first life
So Make then, jet while we may, your God
36 Whom Christian; worship, vet not compre
37 The trust that's given guard; and to your
self be just;
.18 For, live we how we can, yet die we must
1, Young; 2, Dr. Johnson; 3, Pope; 4, Prior;
.), Sewell; 6, Spencer; 7, Daniel; 6, Sir Walter
Raleigh ; f, Longfellow; 10, Southwell; 11,
Congreve ; 12. Churchill ; 13, Rochester ; 14,
Armtnmc; 15, .Milton; 16, liiyley: 17, Trench;
1?, Somerville; 19, Thompson; M), Byron; 21
Smollett; 22, Crmbbe; 23, Uassinger; 21. Cow
ley : 25, Heattie; 2G, Cowper; 27, Sir Walter
Davensut; 2t, Grey; 29. Willis; 80, Addison;
31, Dryden; 32, Francis Quarter; 23, W'atkina;
31, llerrick; ii, William Mason; 36, Hill; 37,
Diana; 3b, Shakspeare.
Di-hinc IbrouEh a Vtght Morm l in.fant
Death the Iloo lik fall- M-a-Iir.
Toe recent railroad accident at Iloosick
Falls, by which Dr. Fowler aod wife of
that place and .Mr. Aiken of aandlake lost
their lives, and other parties were senou-Iy
injured, was a tragic and heart-rending
anair. i ben tne train arrived at &agle
bridge. Conductor Clark was informed that
a bridge near tbe station bad been under
minded ; and could not be crossed by cars.
He informed the pastefigers of this fact, and
suggested to them thejpotpriety of remaining
over night at Eagle Bridge. Before, how
ever, any of them had left the cars, he re
membered that his brother, Robert Clark
was on the oppesite side of tbe bridge with
tbe engine George Gould, and be proposed
tbat tbey should walk over the bridge and
take conveyance upon tbe engine to the
This was gladly assented to by all the
passengers only fifteen in number and as
toon as po-sible the engine was loaded with
it precious freight of humanity, and started
on it way to the Falls, backing up to tbe
village. Tbe baggage master of tbe Train,
Frank Lewie, and the express messenger, 11.
W. Benson, sat ujon the rear end now the
front of the tender, each, to avoid accidents
holding a lantern, which threw a flickering
light upon the track. Mr. Clark the en
gineer, ran the engine very slowly, and had
reached a point within a mile of'tbe Falls,
when Lew is and Benson simultaneously call
ed uion him to stop. It was tbe work of a
second to reverse tbe lever, but almost be
fore it was done the engine began to settle
upon the track, and in another moment it
was toppling over and plunging down the
embarkment, fifty feet or more, into the
dancing, boiling, foaming water of the Iloo
The roar of the water w6 deafening. No
lights were at hand. The screams of tbe in
jured, and of those struggling in the water
were appalling. "Save me' -'saeme
were the cries that even above the roar of
the waves and the fuir ot the sturm pierced
all ears. -Mr. Clark fliund himself pinioned
oy a rail oi me iracj. wmcn lay aecross bis
bodv. Aiken lay dead by his side. With
superhuman exerttun he removed tbe rail
and strusgled to tbe river li nk. Of all
that load of persons upon the engine every
one went down save lienson, the express
messenger. The engine appears to have
made a complete somersault in its descent of
ot tne etutMrkment, and plunged down into
eigni leei oi water.
ltyan. the fireman, was fastened in the
ca b, released himself, and swam a long dis
tance, until finally be reached the trunk of
a tree and gained tbe shore. A student of
Williams College also swam to the shore
Dr. Fowler and wife were both drowned,
but young Aiken was killed outright by the
fall. L. M. Cooley, of lloueick, was scalded
and bruised. His face was so badly injured
as to be unrecogniieable. These, w ith the
Rev. Dr. Dwyer of New York, were the only
ones thrown in the water, the others being
on the upper side of the engine. Tbe dead
and wounded were carried up the embark
toent and laid upon the track. After the
extent of the ralamnity was known, Con
ductor Clark, overcome with excitement and
the pain ot his injnriee, as well as others of
the party, were saved from fainting only by
lying down upon the track and jicrmitting
the generous rain-fall to descend upun their
faces. .Messrs. Benson and Webster then
walked up to Hoositk Falls, and, securing a
band car, the bodies of the dead and wound
ed were removed to tbe village Troy Times.
After a careful reading of an article in the San
Francisco Herald (a Democratic paper) on the
Bvron controversy, e come to the conclusion
that tbe BJitor is on the vthole inclined to dis
believe Mrs. Same's story. Bat in order that
our readers may judge for themselves in the pre
mises we vrjll publish the article. It is as fol
Nor nan nor woman has ever published any
more infamous piece of licentioasjnsationalbm,
and it is a pity there is no law by which the
nasty old hag who has thrust the suggestive
horror before tbe pure eyes of innocent young
people, can be reached and punished. We wish,
that for one day, in her regard, the old days of
Xew England could be revived, and that the ob
scene old creature could be plenteously and igno
minionsly ducked before all the people for a
shocking and depraved old ribald.
The name paper very truly says :
Whatever faults the Democracy of this conntry
may have, charity for their political opponents
is not among the number.
Tbe permanent repairing of the Long Bridge
at Washington now gives to the northern public
aa all -ran route to the South.
A GREAT DISCOVERT
NEVER BEFORE MADE IS BURLINGTON.
It has been Discovered by
It LAI It & BRADLEY
That Dry Goods can be sold cheap and affording:
ALL WOOL PL1ID3,
A COMPLETE STOCK OP
TO BE SOLD
CHEAP FOR CASH.
CALL AND SEE AT
ULAIR & URAUI.EV'S
Mo. 4 ENION BLOCK.
THE TRKK t'KESS,
X. V. INDEPENDENT
AND TWO ENGRAVINGS
fOIt FOUR DOLLARS!
We will sand any one net now a subscriber to tbe
above papers, who will send us Four Dollars In
euh and bis name, th Weekly FekePbkss and the
Sew York tndpdet on year, and also, postage
paid, a eopy of eaeh of
Celebrated Steel Kncrnvings of
Vice-President Col (hi,
BOTH TBB MOST
I crfcet Ij i ." encsscit
of them ever pabllsbed.
These pictures ire each 19x31 inches, and are
executed in the beet stjle of tbe art They ate
printed only for subscribers, and cannot be pur
chased; but theeoet of atmllaroces 1 $1.00 each.
And tarn beautiful and valuable engravings we
TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS.
TTe will present them to mjoldsalsirlber tii
t arrear, on renew Icr hit fabtcrlptioo to the Free
Pbcm far tiro yoB.r, aod icndlsc iu $6.00.
8PBCIME.NS MAY BE SEEN AT OCR OFFICE.
Too ct the Fl Pies &Bt tb In&tpmitnt at
lew than nbieripUon prie, and the pictures t!id.
Tax Frie rtts AuttiiTiov,
liwJw BoiliBCtoo, Vt.
VAIXMIiUB PKOPERTV FOIl SALE.
0WlG to ill health tbe ntbecriber offers bii
propertr for s&le, ootuiBtiD; of a Grist Mill,
uitb twu ran f stone and Corn Cracker, Wheel
Wright shop, with two circular sa, one &Z saw
and a planer which are ran by a cood water power
on Brown's Ktrer at trora centre, also a
EHcellinf Honeeand Barn with two area of land
attached. Teitn of payment easy, price (SXOOO,)
utree inoaana aoiiaixe.
Westibrd, Oct. 1, 169. wlm
potatoes i potatoes::
"pRESEE'S bEEILXXG POTATOES, tor sale by
AJ the pooao, ouenei, ana oarrei.
Plt ?bo. pbbL
No. 6, I $:5.iw 1 137 JO
Kine of the Earlier No. 4, !. J5.0U 80.00
Broaee's FrolUe, No. 2, .50 8.ft) IBM
Early Roto, No. 1, 3.0) 6.0s
N'oa. 3, 5 and 7 also farniahed. Reasonable dis
count made to the trade.
13w3m II aboard too, Rotiaad Co., Vt.
MMIE LWION TEAM AM) WATER
11 EATING APPARATl'S has been In use
J. H. APFLE1I0N i 00,
ISwlm Agents far the State of Vermont.
THE RELIANCE WRINGER.
1 TVTll NEtY SPIRAL OOG WHEEL, which
avotnt amt of rear, and Patent Kejed Holla,
tbe covering uf which will not tarn upon the efeaft.
Ia 1m eomiuicatcd and better made t
i than any other
wrinjeer, and ta mnre economical. Matafretnred by
ProTidenee Tool Co , Providence. R. 1. New York
btore, BeeLman btreet.
Alan. NdU. Waehera. Roll, and Hearr Hardware.
Ship Chandler and Soil Maker! Hardware. Alao
FEABODY BREACH-LOADING FIRE-ARMS.
FOR SALE AT A IIARGA1N.
4 HOUSE AXD FOUR ACRFS OF LAND at
J. A. HeeUort Centre; alao the aTORE and GOODS
now owned by the rabasriber. Very larorabU
terms will be given. For price or farther informa
tion apply tr L. M. BATBs
Weea-rd, Vt., Sept. 25, lfc9. wm
lrA.VTE.-AGENTS to sell a thoronhly
1 1 good dome-tic article, wanted in erery fami
ly. Exclusive territory siren. Bniineri pleasant
and respectable. One aent euld 360 in one small
hiwd , une, hkju in arc wwu . ooe, ji id c&uinc on
33 mmilies ; another. 36 ir day for days in facte s
sum, upon whicb he made ill per day . and others
ao ega&ur as weu. sena ior circular.
LITTLEF1 ELD DAME,
I2wbw 102 Washington St., Bolton, Mas.
FARM FOR SALE.
niUE undersigned intending to change business,
X offer lor sale their Farm - situated in the
town of Chesterfield, Essex county, N. V., one mile
tuL from Keeeerille, on tbe road leading to Fort
Kent containing about one hundred and twenty
(120) acres, under a good state of cultir&t.on, a
splendid hard-wood lot of Thirty 30) acres on the
place, aisu a large commodious whito house . good
barns and uut-ouildirjE.
The location is a most desirable one, and peseses
fine views of Lake Cham plain and the surrounding
For price and manner of payment inquire of the
subscribers at their residence on the farm.
P. 4 B. McNIFF.
KecseviUe, Essex Co. N. V., Oct 1, 1369. I5wiw
V GENTS to sell our delightful household enrrar
Ins, entitled " Good Morning." One lady made
$52, and one gentleman (70, the first week canvass-
B. B. RUSSELL,
hi Cornhill, Boston.
Sept. 24, -fdCtlwSw.
FARM FOR SALE,
Y tbe subscriber, on a long credit, one of the
best Dairy and fr-bwp Farms in the County, if
in tbe bute. of Four llandred Acres, with sutta
ble buildings, located in the South part cf illiston
and fct. George.
St. George, April 13. 12wtf
ALL ACCOUNTS due to the Free Tress Office, up
to Julv 1. must be settled bv the 15th of
October, or they will be placed with a lawyer lor
collection. G. O.XB.L BENEDICT.
Free Pre-" Office,
Eurlington, Sept. 21, 1S6S. 5 w4w
tiiPTOM,THE COSTSHA C
SALESMEN. Wanted, a few reliable, enersetio
fa esmen, to selUoy sample standard pxtds.
Addrcs ' II. II. RICHARDS i CO.
Il.lin 4!3Chesnut6t., Philadelphia, Pa.
IOC Sudbury Street, Boston, Mass.,
rjTE.rr coMBijrjTJo.v stkip evsaios,
superior to any now fn ni', at reenced prices.
Ail orders promptly attended to.
Oct. 1 wCm
TPIIE nnderslimed hereby sives notice that he
his time darin; the remainder of his minority, and!
will claim none of his earnings, nor pay any debts
of his contracting after this date.
LOVAL L. HATES.
Willistcn, Vt.,0ct. II, 19C9-ltw3w
SHE THE CIIILDRK.V.
Mnltitnties of them suffer, linger and die, because
of Pin-worms. The only eneetnal remedr for theee
most troublesome anl dangerous of all worms, in
children or adults, Is found in UR. UOCLD'S TIN
WORM STRUP. Purely veritable-, safe and oer
tain. A valuable cathartic, and beneficial to health,
(i EO. C. GOODWIN A CO., Boston, and all druggists.
Oct 12 16w6m
The subscriber having purchased the
And Stock In Trade ef the late Jacob Green he
offers hlsMrrloesto the public, and will endeavor
to merit the tune liberal patronage which the ce
tabluhment has heretofore recerred. He will con
In all Its branches, and keen conrtantly on hand a
raried stock. All orders will be faithfully attend
FUNERALS ATTENDED WITH HEARSE.
Shop, College Street Resldenoe; head of Geo re
Street, eornerTena. Aaa;. 3 fdftw If
A has this day given his son. Asa . ilayes.
JJ IJ Tl T TTT n T n TT ppt?tt TPttTiSSFRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 32, !.
, - r . ! . i I
1110,5 & Jhemtrals,
Perfumeries, forelm and domestic.
Pomades, " "
Hair Oils, "
ind everv description of Toilet articles, and ln
deierViilntrusialljaeptln a first class drug
?"rVon hand, Frh from the "'"
large qantlties. .nd for sale at a smaU advance on
COTt'b-r WILLIAM ROOT,
IBaxter's Block, College Street.
UK. BEL.1VS HITTERS.
These Bitters are a wounderful and approved ve
zetable toXaaa alterative, and thou5h but a short
Sue bJf"oth. Amencan public :, have ' aW a ea
lebrltv for their curative qualities wherever lntro
S2df and are finding a rapKl Is. e. They ara i pro
pared from tt.e formula or Ir. Cell, an eminentTn
illsh physician, by -horn they vera prertbed for
the speedy and permanent cure or Dyipjps Uver
Complaint, Wises of the kidneys, and all itnpttr
ltlesoftlie Blood and ailments ar&inr lrom a dUor.
oered stomach. They are slishtly fUmulant, pljj;
santand agreeable to take. Alanufactured, and for
sale wholesale and retail by the proprietor.
W B. Dcj'nEE.Travellinj Agent. 4 Burlington, Vt.
Burlington, SpL 4, 1-65 tawly
55hc Sails $rn press & Simcs.
Daily Tree I'ress .V Time,
Twice : 13 ay,
FREE PHESS ASSOCIATION,
College -., llurllMfitoii, Vt.
It is the largest Pally Paper hut one North of Troy,
and rurnifchee its readers
3ionn ukadin. mattek
than any other. In its columns may be found
THE LATEST NEWS
Dy Telegraph and Mail Twice a Iay.
LOCAL ANI STATE NEWS.
FromWaablnrton, Boston, New York,
London aod elsewhere.
Of important matters as they come up.
M A 11 K ETK El'O ItTS
Br mall and telegraph, rrooa o".
son ana i
Chole. Selected MiagaUaoaaas Bwdlag,
and every thing itoing to snake
ap a good Daily Paper.
ir ron WAST IHK
Bost Daily Paper,
sahscriba tor the
DAILY I'ltKE PRESS A-TI3IES.
Eisar DoLua a year, or Two DouAae a guar. .
tlr, for either edition.
The Free I'tP'H Aocintion,
And all desirinsr
OOOD, WARM, OR GENTEEL
K50V TB SOT THAT
E . D A ."V I E Is S ,
At North Ferrisburrb, Verm asst. continues to make
That will stand both hard service, aad the kaesaas
ti A IV I E Is S
Also males plain, mixed aad Fancy Flasaala, and
D A A I E I, S
Abo makes plain and fancy Caf .imeroi, alio the
Harris style of double and twist CaaeiaMrai which
eaaaot tail to zlv. aattafactioB.
A A" I E L S
Also makes black, brown, and drab Casaimeree,
Uloaunge. Kep, iricou, iKeains ana nearer
woui, K was oi wu.cn can ue iuuiiu vu ubu.
D A IV I E L
If &U0 nuUne a plendid ftyle of litlebtuid Cusi
sverc, liht, aoohle &od twist, Mni Cnbu (vtwdi.
tail&b tor bDriDZ aod hammer, all of which he will
b pletved to them to his friend and the pabllp,aod
to cxehanr for oaih or wool, or to manufacture by
the yard as daird.
ThtttiLiiiz the Public
For thir liberal TtJon and conBdence, durmz
the pJt car, be hope by itriet attention tu bast
&, and the wast of his customers, to continue u
merit, and receive a continuance of the same.
North Ferribnrh, April 22 -Owtf
t u i: s r . i? .1 ic si
ATEXT ALARM MO.VEV UIIAWKKS.
FAIRBANKS, BROWN 4 CJ.,
118, JlUk Street, Boston.
For sale by all leading Hardware Merchants.
Crystal Hair Beuewer
OR RESTORING GR VV AND FADED HAIR TO
ITS ORIGINAL COLOR AND TOUTH
FEL BEAETY, PROMOTING ITS
GROWTH, SOFTNESS &
T ii as tran-psretit and hanals as wtr, pro-iac
ant odor, and leare no filthy deoit In the hair,
it is me ruresc, .caienaoa moei reflect jiair iuv
etorer In the world.
Tor Sale br nil Ilruegi.i.
DE BRAFF i CO., I'JtOl'fMbTORS
JIILFORD, .V. H.
eoni017'1 ". I
ermonu 1-WSJ .
I70R SALE, the hort-Heroed Ball
? M LVKK.N HOV, 1995.
Koan, got by Climax, S43.1, dam boow Drop, by Lu
cin?, 69 16. Malrern Boy is a grand sbow bull, cf
great eabitance, and In form and yle strongly re
eembles his grand sire, 2d Duke if Thorndale.
T0EG BELLS, COWS AND HEIFERS,
The get of
CLIMAX, 11th Dake of Thorndale and 4th Duke
COWS 4 HEIFERS IN CALF to 11th Dake of
Prloee moderate, and terms ear.
A. W.GRISWOLD, or
WM. WILLIAMS, Herdsman,
Ualrern Farms, MorrisvOle, Vt. 9wtf
TnE SUBSCRIBERS hare for sale two stationary
steam engines, built by the Potman Machine
Co Fiiehburg, Mass. Cylinders U inches diame
ter. 32 Inches stroke. These engine are In firrt rate
rendition for Immediate use and will he sold cheap.
Address, EDWARDS 4 STEVS,
Aug. 17th fVirAwSw Wlnooakl. Vt.
TT. CKXTK.AL & SULLIVAN R. R.
Cinninat; Mnday, July 26f 1SC9.
TXADil S0I50 80CTH ASD KXST.
MaQ Train lcarcs 0densurs at 6.'-fl p. m.,
Burlington at 6.56 a, m.. Tor VVhiUs Hirer Juuctioo,
Boston, Worcester, Springfield, Nw York and Tas
Day Express leaves 31 ontreal at 8.40 a. m , 0
densbursat a m Barlinston at 12:30 p.m.,
Nlzht express leares Ordensburc at ttla, m.,
Montreal at M p. nu. burllcgton at S.23 p. m.,
arriTtng In Boston at a. m., connecting at Bel
lows Falls for Boston, Wsrcestcr, tsprins&eld aad
THAI!" 90I5G SO ITH AND WEST
Day Express leaves Boston ria Lowell 8jla- m.,
rla. ritch wry; nt 7 a- m., arrirtng iu Bpringfield
atl.no a. ui , turlm.jton at 4.50 p. Montreal at
IC u. m., Ojleosi-uru at li40a.nu, making close
cennectfoa with trains for the West
Mall Tram leaves Burlinjton at 6.20p.m. for 8t
Accommodation Ti aln leaves Nonhlleld 7.43 a.m.
Burlington at 9.U0 a. m., for Bt. Albans and Ogdens
burg, 4c ,
Night Express leaves Newlcrk at 12.15 p. m.,
Boston, TiJuTltchburg, at 5-30 p. m , na. Lowell at
tU p. Burllnston at 4.1&a.m., for Montreal
and Ogdensbunr, connecting with Steamers and
the Grand Trunk trains for the West.
Sleepme cars are attached to born the night Ex
press rratns,and Irawlng-Room cars to both day
Tickets and Information can be obtained ofn. N.
Inr"y, Passenr Agent, No. 2 Amencan Hotel,
Burilngttn. 0. MERRILL. Supt.
NEW KOUTE TO NEW A OltK
Rutland, Btnntngion 4 Rutland, Ltbantn
Springt and Harlem Rait Roait
Leave Burlington at 9J6 a. m., and IMK) p. m.,
connecting st lVutlan4 with trains ftir
JIANC11ESTER, BESSISOTOX, LEBANON
SPRINGS AND CHATHAM.
Leave New Vork from 28th St, and th Avenue,
t7.0Ji. in. andt-OOp. D.
Throu;h tfckets for sale at the Rutland Office.
F. C. WHITE,
Bennlnrten, July 13. HW. diwtt
RUTLAND A; IIUKLINCTON R.K.
CBAei or T1KK. i
On and after Monday, May 17, trains will run as ,
?J5 a v. MAIL TRAIN for Troy, New Tort, Bos- j
ton, Lowell, Worcester, Fitchbursh, Brattleboro,
Springfield, Uartlbrd, New Hareo, Saratoga
Springs, and the Wbst. Arriving at Rutland ,
1I29 a.m. j Saratoga, 6.11 r.M. t Troy, t p.h.i
New York, vu Hudson River Railroad, 9JB r. 1
b. -, Springfield. 6 r b. , Boston, 6 33 p.b. i
Tlrtugk frtm Burlngttn I. &Mfe irilt.1,1 eaanff j
I it p.m. DAY EXPRESS, tor Rutland aad Bellowi ,
Fallsi arriringat Rutland 4.23 p.b.. Bellows
Falls 9.10 r.B.
3 IS p., ACCOMMODATION TRAIN. Arriving ,
at Rutland 8 10 p.b.
11M p.b NIGHT EXPRESS, with sleeping oars, tor
New York and boston. Arrtriag at Rutland
1145 p.b. , Saratoga, 8 10 A.B. ; Troy, 5J0
New York, 11.15 a.b.: Bellows FUs, 3.) a.b.i
Snrlngneld,7 a.b.; New Tork, n Springfield, ;
liMp.B.i aad Boston s.311 a.b. E-Thistraia ;
runs through to New York Saturaay night, but '
net to Boston.
.Y csante 9 can trie(it Burinfl ai 7.y er
cy-Th. Q 1 w &nd ldjvt p.b. Traiasmakeeloee !
etnnectlons at Troy and Albany with N. Y Central
or the West.
TRAIKS AUaiVC AT BUHUOTOV.
l.i a.b. Night Eiprees, from Boston, Troy, and
.vewTork. 9.18 a.b. AeeomatodaUon, from Rutland,
I . .iwu uw w.um. J I -
iors. f . far
ud Nev Urt
rtr Thj rrt MAnnil and thimt trains Enakeelaee
conaeetlons with bteaaaers oo Lake Champlain fur
Plauaburb, thenee wtta trains oa Montreal and
PlstUboreh Road, for Moatraal and Ogdensbundi
Ptret train reaohlax Montreal at 1M1 a.b aad Og-
densbtirajh at 12.40 p.b. Seeond train reacb.n 0s
denaburrb at 10 30 r.B. Third tram reaehtn if on-
treal at 10,10 p.b., and Oarlensbuncb at lito a.b.
wu., tt.HAmhth train. n Wlntn
haU aad PlatUDurgh Road.
Kaltroaa rassenwr BianoB. wnere you can procure
voor tie-ketA to the above Dolnte.
Aeat, North, and South-west aad
i A the sanimi routea.
I. W. WARUWhiX, General Atnt, at Passer.
JOHN W. CARPENTER, Ticket Ajent. at No. 1
Burlinston, Vu, May 17. 1369. tlwtf
Ill UI.IXCTON rKtIUUAT CO.
i O.IKT.S .1.11 fi$
I Special !N"otice.
I On aad after Monday, September 7th the steamer
I OA RES AHES will ran u follows.
! Leav. Plattsburgh at 6 a. au, dailt, toachlBf at '
GEO. A. MERRILL, Gesi.8upU
ftutlaad, VU, SepU 24th, 1369. "tdiwtf.
l8t). l.t KB Cll.t .MI'UVl.V. 1SS8.
ALBANY. TROT. 8ARAT0CIA,
Niagara FaUa, hVaZAie. aad all 8otb.ra aa4 Wes-
tan rnssua, vzwtamtmrz aua ise tyansnwe.
The elecut ftjtd ootaunodioas BtKnn
ADIRONDACK, - - OapC Wm. H. Fla.
CANADA, .... " Wm. Ai-WO.
UNITED STATES, - - J.C Bicim.
Will, on and &ftr MONDAV, JIj- 31ft, 1969, ftrm
TWO DAILT LINES EACH WAT.
Leave Ctvlingtoa 9 JO a.v. aad 9JX p.m.
CIom tmmectloB ie made at Whitehall br both
morals? aad creelo; boats with traim oTRanaMUMr
A fiaratoca R-IL, tat Satmloa Troy, Albany, New
a-sva.w asmi llllitlajni auwu A. m. iw a. (
BMrame ana aiucnooa ooai maxe eiow oon-
neetieei nt tteborKh with trains for Montreal
Freights taken at lowtat rates
27" THROUGH TICKETS cm be obtained on
board of teamen and at the General Ofioe, West 1
side of City Park
P&Ata&er and Bag rare trauf erred between oars
and boa. FREE OF CHARtiB.
O. C MITCHELL,
Burlington, May 28, i86. f.'.Awtf
SAVK rOL'R. .MO.VEV.
Tremble, Delavs aad riiinaisw. and Ute
your eosnfert Join; West by the
Northern Trnnportation Company'
Dily Lines of Steamers '
I)VV UOAT AM) XIBHT MOAT:
With Twenty First a , SIX DAT6
MILWAUKEE AND CHICAGO.
IVithoct Change of Boat I
3"" First Class Tickets include Meals and State '
JCnlltZfillZ J' " "Krt-
ChKay, MtlvauKtt a41nt$rmr4tatt Vortt, trttAouI
Ckangt of Hott, and rvrry trtxng, Sun4f
ctftti), fmr (mnntf, Tmtedm, Dftrttl,
af int.,, Prt..
Paffeoer aud Famtlic-. iuorinx West, can embark
wttli their Uiffmr. Teamn. &tcM)( Ac. and land
together without -iUturhanoe ur Transhipment, at
their port a) dentinaUtni. tiinn trtudia the trreat
i their port a) destination, thus njidins the fiTeat
inoonvenienee tf the mam changes, delaiand ex-
uvu luivun in uic uinjiv cwnsw, wj b u" i
iKUBc vi t.uirr niui. iuea oieamera aave targe i
; Cab ins and State Rooin. amplr and ceatlr fum
I Ished, for First Class PaMeners. and Second CaMnj
I with Cook btaiTM and eomfnrtAhiH ixjvmmrarid&tirinf 1
, for PajwenserB and Families, who may wish to fur
, mh their own prorliions. No efforts will be Fpared
I EST AND BEsT ROUTK '
u iuuaLmin ine repuuiuon oi uiu, as tne tiiLAi -
ise sure and see the Agents of this line before yon
uj juur ucatete, iruaiy men wm always meet ,
Pawnsers at the Depot In OsdenjV'ur, to take
Checks and ro-chrck Bajzae for this line. j
Ask to' tickets ria Northern Transportation Com-
8anys Steamers ' The only American lines leaving '
Kdensbnri;. We will make it the Interest of ct- j
erj iTareiertoseetneAsecLs or thu Line before
urcnasioe eiwnere. une lianarea rounas ot
lasirae free, to &ch nassenrrer. Ilir"-a-..rhvfc
through to all points.
Thronirh Tickets to alliwntsln the Great West.
North West and South vVert cheaper than the
cheapest, on application to G A. EDDY. Jlanaffing i
AgeotjOiace Steamers Landini;, OsdensDnnr, . . (
GEO. W. SMITH, GenI Ticket A-ent, OQico Cvr I
rorn ana i-aitorn su., -t;jMsue jonnson llone,
Oirdnsbnrs, N. V. H. J. ti(.K)DNO, Paweneer Act
&nd Rutland Railroad and on tbe boats and port
on Lak Champlain. April 14. diwtm
. FIRST CUSS
Sli utile Sewing Machine,
. I Si ample, effective, easy runninr, abast noie
1 Y. lee., anl haedsume machine, the YVIL.S0X
I blltTTLE bEWlNO MACIil.SE stands without a
that tbe hitch priced machines do, aod is rail war-
AUUST. WAVTRH In mrrhn I 1U..V,
ington, Chittenden and Addison counties. Liberal
Apply to, or addrei, E. C. RTER. Pavn'i BIk,
Church Street, Burlington, Vt,
July 23. wtf
LrM VERSA Ij
CLOTHES WRI.YGER ! '
TnpEr.vVnrt,,fTobn,ch.nrM ,0 ,
cannot be thrown out ofe;ear.
It reallv merit, all ilT.ZUt.b.t ..,..r
1L" .User,' . n,ral ,v,ie rertf r. '
'Th, Universal -'the Li'"-J,rtcan Jr,eut
Sold br dealers pener&llv i
;a yoeaierssenerallr BR ,
Cen'l Ar-i. 32 Cortland Street. KivTwl 1
A THREE-HORSE PORTABLE STEAM EKOIM
and Boiler, la good runnins order, for sale tcj
want of nee. Enquire at the i
asVwtf mnFSna ORIOT, I
gaprr gainings, Src.
Paper Sangings ! !
J?aper Shades, &c.
lE ar. now receivin; from Factory our Spring
TT Blocker new designs, In every variety ana
grade, which we are offering at
UMJSUALI.l MIVT I'KICKS.
Buyers are solicited t. examine berore making
BELGIAN AND BOHEMIAN
PAUIAX ilARBLE, Jtc., 4c.
(7 We hare the largest assortment and the
lowest price, in Vermont.
Burllagwn, April 1 'tdiwtf
A nother invoke oil
NEW SPKINCJ STILES OF
Constantly n hand, a full line oi
CORDS t TA98BL3,
SOFAS, LOCNOES, and
And a geanal assertment of
ALLE.X JL MOXE'S.
April Uth. dirtf
Indian I'ile Remedy,
A BArr. . D CAKTAia
CURE FOR ILEilORRHOIDS, OR PILES.
riinu U a veritable un Rtnti , thareolpeof
. nuJWU nuvi'WHnilW LliC mBWU. HUD OI S
u-iue ui muians wnuee aaoiu or me rendered thus
subject b, the mut severe forms of this distreaaicf
disease, and amunic whom its virtnes were hlhl.
pnaed and it. history traditional , bain handea
awn frwm one enerauon to another as a most p. a.
eiousleM?. ., reat was their eeu.ationol IU
value that it ruired weeks of persistent applica-
"on u uveroome the retioenee ut the wily savage,
and obtain the secret of its oumpoeition and mac
acture. This acoompliabed. the former propriety;
for A loOC UnTIi! mad. It cnlv tr.r th. iTw.-i,
and friend, milarly aaiotM. It proved an unfaU-
ousna.lert.ta curJ l.t it In a few Sit, n,i7,.
i", KztZ. L,e lnr,,n ' Ulir ungual Jed approval, and tholn
have ) our choioa cnmA aem,i r jr ,t,Mtifie lis more eenerai la-
compounded w b great care from freshly gathered
roots and lluwen, jd oontAlai nothing that can in
jure the must uelieat. system, and can always be
u-ed with perlect salety.
Nothlnz isclauned for It on the rround of its abo
ntiaai unain, wo uniy asa a lair tnat oy taoee ar
fiicted, ana tu them we leave the eompansen be
tween it and uther preparations they hare used.
The present pruprielors uf this valuable madietae
are su ountideot uf its success, and eocnarazed by
hundred ul cruficate. froru Phyaioians ana those
that hare been cured by iu that they now offer it to
ut psuiK kiu ui. anAraaiee,
NO CURE, NO PAY.
iy Price One Dollar per Bottle.
For sale by Drersrlete fen.rally.1
L. A EDO ELL A CO,
By whom all orders will reosdve prors pt attealian.
Manafaoaared by R. OOLBERTB.
Burlinrton. March 2S, ISO fliwly
UAKTIIAM AND KAJfTOX.
PRIZE MEDAL, ELASTIC ST1TCU
1 Sli WI.VG 7.i CMII.YES,
Manaifactory, Dunbary, Conn.
I OFFICE A SALESROOM FOR NORTHERN NIW
YORK A VERMONT
I Corner Church and Cherry Sts., Bar llnrloa, Vu
k. c. kvi:h,
! I'iMt rrernlem orer Double Thread
I'reMiam at lnri Kxpoitlon
Flrt rremlan-i at American Institute
Fair. 186?, and wherever exhibited.
THE MCsT I Li IRA BLE JUCHlNE LV THE
It if eajr to manace. beautiful In deaiza. nerfect
ic c extraction, and can perform a )aixer r of
wora man any am ciaa macoiae bow maoo.
It a alwas m order, and eoueqaanuy, always
ready to run.
Prices slagi rsoM $56 to $aT oft, hams is
otbir First Clam Maoris e.
Call and examine
Call and examine before pnrthaeinc elM
ve u pieaettre w anow ine daiv
TJJIM QT BOS.
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERT CO UN TV.
Sept. 2d fdiwtf
K. J. POtTKIl. M.I)..
II O.IKE Ol. I TBI IS T,
Of-licits a share f the atrrnae of the ettiiens of
i' ourmgu.n ani vicmny. umce, nret national
Bank Building, corner of Church and College st.
CAKIt A: Ha.AACBIAi:i,
HHAXniKS, RIXS, RT3IS. WINES.
Also dealers in fice old
SSotirboii .V Rye Whiskies,
No. 141 Front Sireet, Sew York.
r Vennor t. to our well selected stock of imported
w'n? ad Liquors, and choice UourUm Whiskie.,
which we oiler on rraaonable terms. We would re-
spectrally solicit a share of public patronage, and
will guarantee all liquors purchased of us tobe
Pl'BE AND UNADULTERATED.
-Ul PPtll Attended to.
CARR at BLANcnARD,
No. lit Front btreet, N. T.
MlDDLMCET CoiiZCI. June 26, 159.
. II ERE BY eertifr that I hare analyted for
J Mesfn. Carr A Bianchard, No. in Front Street,
New York. th tVil
and Rje Whlnkiee, Meder, bwan and Holland (ilns,
Martslle Rranrir yi f.t fm.r Hmr, .nJi t.w.A .,
an 10 oe pure ana unadulterated, and free from in
orcanic contain ma tioni. andtrorei
cm commt-cd thm for mprfimnntl n
Aug. U fdiwly PROF. HENRY M. SEE
9 atBifBIj9 V- til
CiTactxii irs or
Boam naners, ssnaiunc. water Wheel. PlaniEs-
Mills, Saw MUL, GrtsvMiils, Marble Mills, Slate
.uuis.raper Jiuis,ueary rorsinsand Dolts
for Boats and Bridges, Patent atone Die
gers, Patent Ira baws. Horsepow
ers, Steam Engines, Boilers and
Pomps, Iron Fence and Rail
ings, Iron A Braes Cartings.
STEAM AM) GAS FITTINGS
Or ALL KISUS,
Leather end Rubber Belting and Hose,
l-loneer uuiuungs, iiarllngton, vt.
B. S. Nichols,)
F. Q Cocgiv, t
PlaXOS A.VO ORGANS.
AS mail PRICES have been a common objection
to pureaasinj Musical Instruments, it rives
me pleasure to inform those intending to provide
n.I.VOS or ORG.WS,
"t by a special arrangement which jive. m. a
great advantage in fty, i can oner
FIRST CLASS INSTRUMENTS
than It hasbetn possible tu sell them heretofore.
For tbe truth of this assertion. I can refer th-
! making inquiries to sereral of my customers In dif-
ferent iarts of the country, who hare recently por-
WtiS. a v,rmont
Sin ith .Imcricati Organs.
ZbKllA - S. the celebrated Musical Director aays:-
V" punty and sweetness or tone was eicellent
klb " "
"Thequalltjrof tone bears tha closest rewmblanoe
totheplpewsan, and I cheerfally testily to their
J".1 "perlorlty in thU respwt, asweU as in the
I also have the Acency for the NKW IIAVEX
TEMPLK (IROANS, and for several other
ttrst-elass makers. Parchaaers will Und It creatly to
their advantaire fc. call opoa or consult me by letter
before buy in; elsewhere,
H. L. BTORT
BsrllnBtcn, VL. June 11 Ik, 1669. fdAwtl
IsYiTlAiV & AIjI'EIV'S.
dailies' Collars 4' Cuff .
.Lace Etdlds. etc., &c.
NEW STTLE8 LADIES' TIES Jt SCARFS,
Very handsome Patternt.
ALKXAXURi: KIU GLOVES IX ONU
A.M TWO ItUTTOXS,
IjYJIAN & ALLEN'S,
152 Church street.
OKIfaiVAL, AiYD BEST.
ALL OTHERS COUNTERFEITS.
THE EUREKA SUSI'ENDER,
Manufactured by the Inventors,
CUTTER & WALKER,
4 S Central Street,
Price List, Itcvled September 1st, ISf.O.
LYMAN k ALLEN,
Orders by Mall or Eiyrrrj punctually attended ta.
EDWAUW BAULOW rc
siiecliiilly invite his custom
er mid jtraiier. Viilinj;
the city to hi openins on
Monday, Oct. Ith, 1G0, oi
novelties in I'allauil Winter
styles in .Dress Goods vel-
vets, velveteens, Ion and
square 1A IS LEI' StauvN,
While Goods and Linens,
Hosiery &. tiitlcrpirinents,
Flannels, Blankets, Domes
tics, &c, Vc, aVc.? all select
ed expressly lor retail sales,
and will he sold at the very
TV. B. IVeu-assortments ol
at..-- 1 , - , - . I .. ,1 :
I .ICAalItirC rtllls, l!lXltltll!l,
a lair assortment ol two
Chnrch Street, Iturlinslon.
(Elothins, gate, aps, &c.
And Dc.irnblc Style
Ready - .Hade Clolhinsr,
jNOW OTSION8 AT
; AO. S A 3 IIA5K BLOCK,
OTSROOAT8, JHirSej AND B0SLVBS3 SOTTi,
.liOOD 600W AND OOOD WOEJC AT
bsthkmbxt low mcas.1
A 71a. Asiui liaaal of
Clothx and Cassimcrcs,
The fAsaloatbl. FsAteror by Expreafthiaosom
tag whieb we ent and make ap s. order
ia ta. most approred style.
A new asssrtsaeait of Ladioa sad Gsmta' Sila,
Alaiaeas aad Seeteh Oingaaai rmbrejllaa, new de-
sigas jast opening.
IT WILL PAT TO EXAMINE OCR STOCk.
II. Tl'RK A. HKO.
Anrllactim, 0-L I, lee. dawif
GR. Z.T 1R O.llIl.V. I OK
Famous .llililary JIand :
ONE nCSDRED PERFORMERS.
OCTOiiER 21, S2, AMI 23, 1S0O.
The last Mosleal Battrtainawat ever to W aeaa is
DeJore Noveauber 1.
SI.VRLE AD31ISSIOX OXC DOLI.AU.
Admits to one Grand Proaeaade Oo&eort
Entitles holder to one colored VWw at the PAliMaM
Secnrei. on October a. 1869, ownership of an audi- -
w mvcrrei in ootsmon wiu ute oiner nemet
holders In the folio win; named property, pabjeet
to nch disposition a a oommittee of five efaofec.
by the ticket-boldert, thall determine, Oct. 23.
l56. Til. :
C Y&T. Medallions. Banners. StHctn f RmI
2 000 1 White, and Blue Cloth. Portraits of ila-te!
t; composers, ic, xe.
C Chairs nsed by the Orobwtra and in Prees
SOOOjand Reception Koonu,aleo the Faranett.
anl other Settees. H I
THE CCLISECM ECILPI.NO (without faraitara
tana nxtures eontaiam over 2,0,&W ft.
The Association nave secured from th erlMnml 1
contractors. Mesors. Geo. B. James A Co., lember I
uvaters, ana Messrs juasn cears aon, Dsniaers, an
agreement, offerinr to nav fla.njii in ejub fnrth. 1
building any day prior to Nor. 1, IS69.
Tickets, with lithographs. ftr sale by
A. P. FECK, Ticket Ajent,
Boston Music Hall,
or ia packages to Agents, hy
14 State Street, Boston.
A RARE CHAXCE TOR llUSIfcS:
BOOT AND SHOE STOCK FOR SALE.
The stock andstand ef a Irst class Boot and Shoe
store for sale at a
the present occupant being about to change his
business. This offers a rare opportunity to any one de
siring to purchase one of the oldest and best U cated
standi In the city.
Jona It t dtf No. ISt Church Street.
APPLE PARK 115:
UNION TCRN-TABLE AND ONE TU11N.
I.M.Ai C.I. IIACAR.
PORTABLE STEAM EXCIXES.
COMPRISING, the maximum of emeiency, dara
bflity, and eonoomy, with the minimum of
weight and price. They ar. widely and favorably
knownmore than 673 being ia use. All wartsnted
satisfactory ar BO sale. Descriptive circulars sent
en application. Address
en appucauoo. R BOADLET A CO..
aay lS-deodAVw6m tAwTeaee. Mass.
This Asencrwas established In 1810.
Etna Insurance Company
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Capital and Surplus 85,OS2,S80.
Home Insurance Company
OF NEW YORK.
Capital and Snrplua, 3,730,'S1
Hartford Fire Ins. Company
0? HARTFORD. CONN.
Capital and Snrplna, 2,026,230;
Ins. Co. or IVorth Anicriai,
(Inscrparated U9t. The owest Gtrrpany ta the
Capital and Snrplns, $2,050,412.
Plisnix Insurance Company
OF HARTFORD, CONK.
Capital and Snrplns, 1,250,700.
Lorillard Fire Ins. Compa'y
OF NEW YORK.
Capital and Snrplns, 81,508,616
A'iairara Fire Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
Capital and Snrplns, $1,500,000.
Jlanhaltnn Ins. Conii'any:
OF NEW l'ORK.
Cajiltul and Surplus. sl,052,128.
Sp: hip:(icll &z M. In. Co
OF SPRlnOFlULD. MASS
Capital and Sarplns., 827,173.
Hanover Firclnx. Company
OF SEW TORK.
Capital and SHtjilas, 8606,635
Thenii Eiiwurancc Company
OF BROOKLYN, S. Y.
Capital and Sorpln., tl,558,568.
(.cmiaiiia Fire Ins. Comp'y
,0F SEW YORK.
Capital and Sarpln, ei,000,00.
l"onkcr aV A.Y.Firc Inw.Co.
OF NEW YORK.
Capital and surplus, 1734,386.
International In. Company
OF SEW YORK.
Capital and Marplas, I, 128,012.
Albany City Insurance Co.
" OF ALBANY, S. Y.
Capital and Surplus, 450,000
Connecticut Fire In. Co.
OF HARTFORD. CONN.
Capital and Surplu.. S350.OOO
lYarrnpiiioctt F. afc JI. Co.
OF PROVIDENCE, R. L
Capital and Surplus 800,000
JlcrchantwJ Insurance Co.
I OF PROVIDENCE, R. L
Cnpital and Surplu., (100,000
People. Fire Insurance Co.
OF WORCESTER, MAS&
Capital and Snrplns, $575,000
Uoer William' In. Co.
OF PROVIDENCE, R. I.
Capital and Surpln, 9215,000
Lamar Fire Insurance Co.
OF SEW YORK.
Capital and Snrplue, tSSO.OOO
Imperial Fire In.Co.
OF LONDON, ENG.
Hpttn! nnd Surplus Gold, 18,000,000
A: It. S. WIRE S,
coa. or catraxa abb oollcs b .raxar..
Burlington, - f'CrWIOMl
July It t'dAwtf.
ALL who have used FlerMa Water wUl admit
that its balsamic properties promote the partly
of the sale and relieve tho oompieziea from bfesa
skH. it rapidly allays the Irttatleo uased hy
ordinary eruptions, and removes Un, freekle., er
btatebee from the face, neck and arms. Whoa diluted
with water It Is a delightful wla for the faoe alter
shaving. When applied to the handkerchief or to
artiele.of clothing, its fragrance becomes so fixed in
the fahrio, as to be almost indestructible except by
As a means of relieving nervous headache, of pre
veatingfAintness in crowded room', and of imparting
a genu, stimulating quality ana pleaaatoder to
the bath, the fLoaiDA Watbb commends Itself to
ladies of delicate habit. It unites the alie with the
rfantr, and deserves to be esteemed for many excel
lent qualities besides Its arema.
VINCENT & TAFT
Have nowin hand a fall supply from first-class
MUKRAV A LANMAN,
City Urn? Store ! ! !
Good Tea at oa dollar per pound
J aae lt-tou No. 4 Beak BUck.
' ! k J
This Agencr tras Established
FIRE A' .T.7il.V
tllavnisCASH AS8Brs :C;CT
Forty Jlillion Dolli,
KJ 1 0,000,000.)
To Business Men, Mtmfaclu-,
WedMiretocall the afention s
ManuJaejtarerl aad persons haVr..-
sure, ta tfce aarcrpaseed (acil.t'w . '
faacs rge er swau asaoaats r
FIIIE On .MAKIXF IXsi rsv,,
UELIAnLK I OMPoiEv
AndatUsaaastim. we., a.; .
we lsrae polielrs in tbe
Olde.t A ltonf,H.rWfr,mpiii J
IntUseaaatrrat as . . TO
parties repreamtinf r ftr W.M
.... AnM , "w. sspca.
At tMsAsenCT IK r
JEtna n. Cftinpniii;.
Home Ins. Company.
OF SEW T"RK
Aad our mxay other CoeipMles
rara-vBss aad LO'O sta'tdivo are .
- w- ,
every hsanasis aaaa, aad who..
AssarssBiiHsiil tc over Pnrty 5Ill.l.lt, fl, .
tare, tha isSeriac batter eecartn : kr ,
As;eeytBthlapartofth.SewELs ; rAjN
We oaa plMe at a aaoosent's or t" ?"
On a adagio risk, and w w devf te nt
thid hnjatesa, and employ erer fao r t-
acting It In a saturAetory manner '.la.
forers will find it to be for the r &vl-irx-i
tft4r hctEes to onrc are and w wi. , ,tl
their intererte and endear- r v serre t v
Ufctory aad ftuthfoi manner
ALL LOSSES w.ll bo LIBElULtr Al . :
and PROMPTLY PAir at thj A-t.-.-y
findc. Vbeadeeired we w;l. xake pw
We ecaploy an ei;i -u-el snTyor who
rnakeettrreysofMuii an! other rUti when .r
aaeela deaired, without extra ehare, tz4 i
nftfMrodto place rtaks in AY CuMPAMa J
atxtlM may prefer, or If the R.ect c .t?i t i
will gfre them tbe bait Compacie riio
foT ConiMaiucKlow oy mai; wrece t
SprinlieSiI F. &, ?l ln..
Cash A"-ets, 5Ht.'
8CJ. HALL, de7. S. fREEm."
Hanover Fire In. Ce
OF NEW YORK.
Hatebeee. asyoint jEERaL AGETS
tfeese tw well kaovs Fire Icjorisae Cocpw
Vermont, 'ctr llaaapobirf aatt orfli
we are prepared to appoint Aijj;a- '
erpAl Mwm aad eitiee throah.m nr :erri ' t
tolrase poileieeoB all kinds ! cc.-ar.e r
at curramt rates. Applia.tioD ' r a.- -beaddrewadto
aa,aad will row -f " -Azents
will be ajtvpotated in icl v w .m
TiHai who ea Uie applieax v ''wi."- -Knd
to this ofire ind we will jtu
S. A. U.S. WIRES-
OAee, Oollec Street. - e:
Berlin rm, Vt February i. ?
To Fire Insurance .J?t
VT. make UWral arraaewments w th ' k-
ane. Aerate, hy which they can Tt '-' ' i?
I ptaewt tnresacft na, aadthas avail tkfi "'
sasnvrior taatutlee for aoiax tni bus
We als. eieatre t. arraage with re s' -siiladtappUeatloivsin
the small t wz-.- '
where we have n. laeal agents.
- S A. R. . WIKK
Erai-vs ' "
Life Insurance Coaip"
rect Hnildinc, College Si"
RUSSELL S. TAfT - ,
ROII.N K1 S. WIRE; -WARREN
CHARLES E. EATON, Sese-v .
to sbu. ncairs ro
to take plate i h
OCTOIIER 21, 23. ANN ,Mj
admits to one Grand Cnneert f ' t
entitles to one Colored L thugrl
secures an interest in the l'oitqv
tions. This is one of the most y t J-E'
TICKETS ONLT ONE DOLLAR S-1 -
Send lor circular, rivinir ail rr' "J. -
and eommissioa to agents Ac, Ac A
P. O. BOX ' -Or
No. 1 1 State Street Bo
Sept 3! tdAwJw
BOOK AGENTS WANTED
BV JOHN B. GOCQH.
A complete history ef his life, his am i ,
man straggle against inteuiperaiice, w i ,
pictures if. hat he saw in iarope. Jh' V
livened with affeetJag iDCidents tu 1 k
pathos. The -crk will """ L a k "
Illustrated. There ean be no "PP"- .
one wants It. Aimts are ui .
toMordsraday. Th. ""f"'1''
Is 21 order. In three days. dres th
BILL, NICHOLS CO., Spr-nrSe..!, Jlas-Sept-n'tdiwim
mteir Jt. Stafford.
Attorneys i Counsslhrs-at-La . s
beare tt Csnrt of Clalais, Pub'
Office. Sic, 1,c.. v
and triH street between 9th A
WASHINGTON, D. '.
. d ..nd rasl "
prosecution before th. Pepartmenta. rr,,sr.
Joa5 T. Iaaw. P