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E FREE PRESS B TJRLING-TON, FRIDAY MOI i,3STING-, NOVEMBER 9, 1860
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE.
FOE 0DT0BER 1SC0.
bt mor. acE.
PETTY.
Localitt. University of Vermont Lat. 41? 27,
LonS. .3 10'; Elevation above tide-watr367 ft
abovo Late Charnplain 277 fcot,
tlnnn or OT-srp.vtTIfl'C "i A.M.. 2 P.M., 9 P.M.
. THERMOMETER. 1BAIIOM- DIRECTION AND r
eter. roiicrcrjwxins. e
,7 AH. 2 ru. 9 TX. 'mean) IT, ir . fr -' 5
oj e? ?V1 SI f ' 10
- r VE2 NL'I NE1 10
'si xEi nei
A' El 6
'.7J A El
SI SI 10
".49
".72
-.52
" .02
".15
" .29
" .31
.63
".76
" .92
"Ice'
".CO
" .70
" .96
" .66
" .91
A'l Al N3 9
NW4NW4NW1 c
A'l SEl SEl 5
SW2 NW2 NW3 10
NW3NW3NW2 8
SW1 SW3 SV4 4
S'.Vl SVV4 NW 9
A'l A'Wl NW2 i
SW1 5W2 SW1 6
SW1 A'Wl A'Wl 8
A'l NW1 A'Wl 10
SW1 SW2 SW3 5
SW0 A'3 A'l 10
A'O A'O A'O 4
A'l Nl A'l 1
A'l A'Wl A'Wl 5
" .72 , SI
" .05 1 SO
, " .50 SO
A'Wl A'Wl 10
50 SI 10
51 SI 9
SI SW1 10
".41 SI
".63
".60
" .S6
30.03
29.82
".91
" .8
SW1 SW2 SV2 7
SW2 A'W2 NW2 8
A'Wl A'l A'l 2
SE1 SW2 SV3 5
SH'3 SW3 SW3 10
S2 S2 S3 9
S2 SW2 SW1 7
Average tenspereture of tho month, 46 73;
temperaicrc of October 1659, 40 a 5; of October
J5S, 48 c; mimmtitB tetnperaturce 29 c ; high
tii t'taperasue 70 -.
Range of the Barometer from 30.01S to 28.9S2
inches; mean 29.679 inchoe; mean without re
daction tor temperature 29.741; mean tempera,
tore cf mercury ia Barometer 62 5; average
rreasnre of aqueoufvapor in the air .258 inches.
Amount of Bain 3.63 inches; depth of Snow
which felt on the morning of the 15th, 6 inches;
average elondineee 7; average humidity .71.
Warmest day of the month, the 31st, whore av
erage temperature was 63 ; coldest day, the loth,
HTfTSge temperature 31 .
TUB HOG IN' FLORIDA.
f from " Due South," or Florida Sketches,
t.-Fitr. Ilush Ludlow, in the A. V. Com
"Th? groat arch-eaooiv of all Christian and
oiulizcd stomachs which go to Florida, is I he
Hig. This wretcbeu quadruped in i;
coii'itry embitters every gastronomic rela
tion of life, lie intrudes his vile presence at
rv-r? hanq'iet if he wallows not also in
'very dL-h of the banquet, call it clear gain!
t brkfa't he takes the bold form of ba-
hi biit in a dozen other less avowed though
.iijtry transparent incarnations, ho extends
1 h:-tiif down the table between the carver
a i t!io pourer of tea The meal of the
- ... iucss kinds of corn cak has been satur
it i with him the slap-jacks have been
1' . iii hiiii haply also he has entered into
l ! hot ladia-rubbery wheatcn bread. At
:iru r it is difficult to mention where the
JI c i- n He swims on the top of the
tiirclo soup in irridescent scales of oil he
s.nks to the bottom of it in these soaked
strings t r ban ham, without which the ne
gra cook would sooner die a martyr's death
than make any preparation of turtle what
soever. But suppose, being ignorant as nov-
i"i a i:sua.lly nro, of the fatal ubiquity of the
Ifog in Florida, that you do not take the
turtle soup at all. liere is a venison steak.
Try that. We all know that no venison ex
ists in the world so delicate as the meat of
the small Florida deer. You are very fond
of venison. You recollect the first time you
ever 6aw it, just penetrated by the genially
seductive heat of the chafing dish, and yield
ed its aromatic concentrated juice of forest
hr!3 lovingly as if it knew that elf-p.ic-nfSce
were the prime element in nil giory.
1' i a remembrance like the faint echoes of
the maternal cradle song. You will take a
r-ma!l piece of this venison thn, with the
t merest of pleasure.
Ah ! What is the matter ? You find it a
little like shoe-solos, hoh ? Shoo soles that
h ie beon habituated to the walks of a tal
! w-cbandler's At arc-house ? Soaked through
uni through with tho inevitable Hog, is it ?
Topmost of culinary blasphemies! they have
frt'rd a ran steak ! And fried it too, in
firim't at .' But venison is only an entree.
There are several pieces de resistance left you.
Papperntely assault this wild turkey one of
t' c most delicious birds that ever strutted
thmugli a gnve of pecan nuts. The abom
11.1' I- H ig is thre before you ! The stuf
fing has ien rolled in him he has melted
over the white breast in the form of basting
Yt'tU. rbriJa beef is as ignorant of fat as
tin iiwcdf iipiili nr the lir of starvation.
Ar. i vnu .ttuck vonder chunk of it, as tho
d rni'-r alternative to utter carniverous al
etir -p.ee. Its gravy is liquid Hog !
No matter. JIanv eminent saints have
hv 1 upaa tresses. Martin, the huckleberry
wh ry man, came all the way from Boston
- 'ie fruit indicated by his title assisted by
ha!f a water-melon. Vecetablts are the
rr per food of the tropics. Drs. Graham
nr. j A!c3tt limit them by no terrestrial zone.
And tLey are certainly the only food known
' f-'lestial palates. Daniel Shadrach,
Methach, and Abodnego all of them the
lst possible authority, grew rosier on a reg
jiatn of pulse and lentiles than all the
hVuSLo!d of the King. Fortified by this
praiiji array of precedents, you take tho
chtcrful iew of jour Florida dinner and call
for the cabbage. It has been boiled with
Hot. Tor tho green peas. They have been
t-tewed on Hog. For tho sweet potatoes.
Tilt? brcathe"ndiposa avowals that Hog has
been baked iu the samo oven. For tho
f quash fritters. They have been fried in
Hog, like the venison.
Then ycu fold your hands, and balance
Hog against Siarvation. Ihen for the first
tune Moses ascends to his true niche in the
thronic of Law givers the Levitical code
i b3comes a svstem of morals to be tabled on
pare gold. You bless that title of your own
.New York Revised Statutes, which entailes a
pn.iity oc H-igs running in the public high
way l'ju are even inciinoa w imns ueuer
' f thos evil spirits who took possession of
, cvrini-h herd, making thorn run off the
'iff and commit felo de sc. lou accept tho
j..t extravagant dictum of Priesfnitz on the
utret of national degeneration through
lp rs-eat:i,g lou abandon the oiu trauition-
r.ame of incubus herealter it snau not
l " i.ight niare whom you hold respansihle
ffo- mr horror?, but nisht-IIor."
, r 0
Y hTuffei!mast for a causa or a prin-
lorr. ! th itaat .awm-, for that causa or
lpnr.cir.e. ru secret of tho influenco of
Iheroic wtitiap d,esMt lie E0 much in the
Ib who produced them. Ther6 is resurrec
rticr, of "ch men. The Miltoas, and Hamp-de-
and Sidneys, and ?th heroe? of Eng
ila. ! who in their writing stood cn A
principles ot ncateonsaca. are not 'dead,
r.-'v are only sleeping. Thev at6
tfr: again to walk as giants walk, in later
O - - And this is not because of auv remarV.
r-iwer which their writincs have in
h. .selves, but because of the men who lost
.e.r heics, be causa of the men wno languished
lungeons ; because of the men who thrust
-r hands into fierv fhuies ; because of the
. who walked in the midst of burning
: :cgots, and sang as they died. These men,
1 their s-ifferinsand death, bore witness to
e valu- of tho things for which they suf-
r-d aud diel. Suffering and dying
:-v any ca .re, arc considered hard by
v ry bidv exc?pt theso who buffer and
. But when men value that for
!-ich t'u-y endure sufferings acd death
a1 ac all other things, it is not hard fsr them
o endure these things.
Hence tie prosressof all causes that can
nd martyrs is rapid and sure ; nnd the pro
gress of all causa that cannot find martyrs,
.a flow and doubtful. Any cause that has a
Martyr, may b? very suro'that it has an 'ad
vocate and witness whose arguments and
ttimony will go far toward making it be
ted ; but any cause that calls forth no cn-
iusiasm, that has no disciples who regard it
moro valuable than their own lives, has
t a very po"or chauce and it ought to
i -r. Lat a very poor chance.
1 SI 37 ' 45
2 33 IS l
S 41 54 49
4 46 H 52
4 , 47 51 46
t, 1 35 40 Jl
7 81
8 46 47 4i
a, --7 43 41
,., S 42 ,
jj $3 56 42
j 2 )! 4 45
1.. 47 45 54
H t9 IS t 46
15 SI 35 , 35
16 31 61 1 45
17 43 35 39
IS 39 51 40
l'j St . 55 4C
2" 40 49 42
22 41 ' 4 i IS
22 A6.il M
21 48 , 68 S
21 46 41 ' 4!
25 4S 56 50
26 49 50 41
27 36 44 : 35
18 33 46 43
29 45 53 , 41
SO 51 65 ' SO
31 58 68 I 61
Co:teqcse.'ck or THE Drouth in- Abdisos
Co. An observant correspondent, sends us
the following :
I have jntt been through nearly all the best,
towns of Addison Co. The meadows and pastures
cok wonderfully fresh and green ; but I never
saw anything like the scarcity of stock, because
there is not hey to keep it. It would seem as if
nearly tho whole has been sold off. Upon many
broad farms could be seen no more than a half
Jozen cows and a doten or two of sheep; even.
sometimes not that. I am sure that I never trav
eled in Vermont at this season before, without
seeing from six to ten times the number of cattle.
sheep and horses scattered over the valleya,plains,
and hill sides, as can now be seen on the same
acres in these rich towns of Addison County. And
even with all this drain of stock, many farmers
are buying and bringing home oats, from Canada
and tha West, to keep the little stock they havo
through the winter. One thing is certain, they
do not mean to bare to buy hay at ruinous prices.
It is quite possible that it can be bought in March
next at a much lower rate than now.
Okas in Hixxmrnun. On the large and fer
tile meadow land that extends through tho town
cf Hinesburgh, in consequence of the drought, the
grass was so light at the usual time of haying
that many acres were not cut. Tho rains of Sep
tember and (he fine warm weather in October, haTe
produced a ciop of from one half ten to a ton to
the acre, which the farmers havo been gathering
for the last four weeks. This with the very abund
ant "rail feel everywhere, will considerably
relieve the pressure felt on account of the very
small bay crop.
Bcsiseis 19 dull and doctors are expensive. A
box of Redding' Russia Salve, costing 25 eenti,
i s nine times in ten more serviceable iha fifty
dollars worth of physicians' counfeli ard pre
scriptions, For sale everywhere.
ITEMS OF SEWS.
Part of the Mount Vernon milis at Troy
fell on Saturday mornsng. It was built last
winter, and was pronounced unsafe somo
time aco. About ten tneusand Dusncis ot
wheat were stored in tho mill, and about
half of it fell ainonc tho ruins. A workman
named Patrick Leyden was seriously but not
fatally injured.
Tho boiler of tho factory of Dow & Bros.,
makers of tho woodworks of carriages at
New Haven, Ot., exploded on Friday, badly
scalding several persons, knocking down part
of tho building and burying a boy under the
ruins. Tho explosion was due to the poor
quality of tho boiler iron
A lawyer of Albany named Percy, entered
Cranfield's porter-houso on Friday, and
threw snuff in Cranfield's eyes and com
menced beating him o ver the head with a
heavy cane, making three bad wounds.
Cranfield drew a revolver and shot Percy
twice, both balls entering the stomach. Per
cy cannot survive.
Xhe quarrel arose out of a suit for tho
possession of the premises occupied bv Cran
field. Percy bore a very bad character, and
the sympathy of the community is entirely
wuu iranacia.
Joseph Nash, freight agent of tho Michi
gan Southern R. R., in Chicago has abscon
ded, leaving his accounts with a lmlanco
against him of about $17,000. Ho has
been hvinir "fast" for sometime.
A man in Cincinnati has iust discovered
that he has been payinp: for tho last fifteen
years another man's taxes. Ho has paid
about 1000, and now asks tho Court to
refund principal and interest. The Court
probably cannot allow the interest, but tho
amount will doubtless bo paid over to tho
gentleman, and then entered to the owner's
account as back taxes.
On tho 3d of October thcro was another
massacre of emigrants by tho Indians, on
tho lino of the Pony Express to California.
A largo number ot them wcro killed, and
others were driven from their wagons and
scattered- When last heard from, the emi
grants who escaped uncaptured had nothing
to eat. Provisions had been sent, and it was
hoped would arrive in tirafl to save them
from starvation .
Tho St. Louis (Mo.) Democrat states that
a total of 80,000 buffalo robsa have been re
ceived in that city during tho present year.
These robes are ail tanned by the Indian
squaws ; their lords of creation do not stoop
to such work of art they do tho hunting.
Owing to the last winter being so warm, no
less than 50,000 robes were left on tho hands
of dealers.
Ralph Farnham is not the oldest Revolu
tionary veteran remaining. Nathan Dean
of Georgia, who was a soldier in 1776, and
fought through tho war, is still alivo, in his
one hundred and tenth year.
It is rumored that the Prince of Wales
has agreed to writo a description of his
American tour for the Lcdycr, on condition
that Mr. Bonner will pay off the national
debt of England (4,000,000,000) within
one year from tho first of January next. Tho
terms will probably be accepted.
Thcro was a great gale along tho seaboard
Saturday, so that many vessels were detain
ed in New York Harbor until next day. In
New Haven tho spira of tho Wooster Place
church,240 feet high, was blown overlook
ing down the porch and columns. Tho
damage will be $5000.
Hamilton & Donaldson's paper factory in
Brooklyn was burned Saturday night, caus
ing a loss of nearly $100,000
The cashier and others connected with the
Boone County Bank, at Lebanon, Ind., have
been arrested for counterfeiting, 't is sup
posed thct they have circulated from $300,
C00 to $500,000 in counterfeit bills on their
own Bank. The spurious and the genuine
notes are from tho samo plate, with tho
names of the Auditor aud Register forged,
on the former. Tho President of the Bank
i... RaA (mm which circumstance, it is in-
1J . u .A. . . .......
ferred that he is implicated.
Th" number of deaths by the explosion on
ho steamer H. W. Hill, bound from
Memphis to New Orleans is now stated to b&
thirty-nine, and the wounded from fitteen to
twenty.
The tow boat Baltic exploded in Mobil
Bay, on Saturday morning. Several person
were killed and wounded.
FROM MOXTPELIER.
MoSTFELlKR, NOV. 1, 1850.
The House voted this morning that when
it adjourn Friday P. M., it be until 4 P. M.
Monday noxt.
The 3d reading of the bill annexing Con
cord tn Caledonia County, was, after an ani
mated and thorough discussion, refused by a
very decided vote. Ayts 36, noes 169.
After a somewhat lengthy discussion, and
a number of amendments, the bill providing
for the publication of the Geological Report
wat, ordered to the 3d reading to-morro-w
morning. One amendment gives a copy to
esch incorporated Academy in. the State.
The Eastern Vermont Railroad question
is raierred, by mutual consent, to thefollow
iusCommittea: Eiland Hall, D. O. Denises,
and Paul Dillingham, who are to investi
gate and report toHhe next Legislature.
The rc-comidcration of the vote passios
the bill to raise all School texas on the
Grand List, has been refused.
MoKimits, Nov. 2.
A resolution passed the Houss this morn
ing, instructing the Committee ofwaysand
means in connection with the present State
Treasurer to make complete investigation of
the accounts of tho late state Treasurer, Mr.
Bates, and report thcreonas Eoon at possible.
It is understand that he Is a defaulter to from
$30,000 to $50,000. Tho ofaoers T;ajtC(i
i
Xcws of the WecK
By Telcsraph to tho Dally Vrce. Frcas.
-utiunsia last evening but were unable
obtain any .security for the Stale, o ither nn
on tho property of Mr. Bates or anvofhia
bondsmen.
liiey did not find Mr. Bates,
though itus understood that ho is still at
JSorthfield- t The .excitement hero in re-ard
to the matter is of course very great.
New Orleans, Nov. 1.
The steamer R. W. mil, from Memphis
ior ibis piaco, exploded on "Wednesday ni"ht.
There wero 30 killed and 40 or CO Ecalded.
New York, Nov. 2.
Steamship Northern Light, from Aspin-
wan, arrived this morning. Advices from
VnlruiKifan 0,1 nn,i n.ji- i.
. i -"'-i uuu vanao i;n nit., nave
been received.
A frightful accident occurred on tho 10th
m the Dry Dock at San Lorenzo, involving
the entire destruction of tho Peruvian Frigate
f?flllnn nnA n 1 r
, , giuas, luts 01 lives, ano was
being docked with all her crew on board,
when tho stanchions of tho dock cave
way causing her to capsize and fil
rapidly with -water. A great num-
Der oi men, women and children and
the sick, wen below, all of whom perished.
It was believod that tho number of killed would
reach 150.
St. Jossrn, Nov. 3,' 1860.
The Pony Express from SmFrancisco 21st,
has arrived.
Steamship Grenada, from Now York, in
entering the harbor of San Francisco, during
a fog. and -whilo in chargo of a pilot, got
ashoro on tho 15th ult., and became a total
loss. Tho -wreck was sold on tho 18th for
$9,000. Tho engine woald, probably, be
saved.
New lork, Nov. 3.
A letter from Panama says that tho ship
Lucy L. Hale, nvhioh had been partially
burned at CaUao, was set on fire by tho crew,
who aro under arrest.
The furniture factory of Swift & Shaffer,
in Houston st., -was burned last evening.
Los3 $30,000.
Danbury, Conn., Nov. 3.
A firo in New Milford, last night, destroy
ed ten buildings, including tbo Bank, Hous-
atonie House, six stores and two dwellings.
Tho fire had not been subdued this morning.
Loss heavy.
New YonK, Nov. 5.
A letter from Rio Hacho says the recant
insult offered to the American flag was am
ply atoned for upon demand of Capt. Poor,
of the Sloop of War St. Louis.
A Washington despatch says that the
Government has official notice of tlie rejec
tion, by Peru, of the American ultimatum
and tho demand, by oar Minister for pass
ports. Mr. Clay would leave immediately-
Leavenworth, Nov. 3.
The report that 74 buildings ou the Uher-
okoa neutral lands wcro burned by order oi
the Indian Agent Cowan, has been confina-
ed.
SrRIXOFIEMJ, Nov. 5.
Tho finishing mill of tho Parsons Paner
Mill, at Holyoke, was nearly burnod to-day
Loss $60,000, one half of whioh was insured
in tho Springfield, Hartford, and New Haven
Offices. Tho .Manufncturir .Mills were uri
naria 0i.
arkcts.
CAMHRIDGE CATTLE 3IAKKUT.
Wednesdat, A'ot. 7.
At market 1052 Cattle (about 500 Beeves and
252 Stores), consisting of Working Oxen, Coc-s,
one. two and three yoars old.
Market BEEr. Extra, per cwt., C,75a$7.00; first
quality $6,00; second quality $5 25; third qual
ity $3,50; ordinary $2,75.
Workiso Oxes. $80 a $175 per pair.
Cows a.d Calves. $30 a 35 a 40 a CO.,
Vearhbos 7 a 9; Two years old S10 a $12;
Three years old $14 a $17.
;ueei and Laves 4300 at Market prices ia
lots $1 25 $1 50 $2 00; extra and selections $2 25
a$J62o $5 50;
Hides 61,0 a7 per lb; Pelts $1 25 a I 75 each;
Calf-skins 10 a 12o per lb. Tallow C, a 7 c.
Veal Calves. none.
remarks.
There was a small stock at market and that of
rather poor quality. Sales were quicker at abou1
the same as last week and drovers sold some lots
as high as last week, this week not so good in
quality by 25 a 50o per 100 lbs.
Sheep sold quick.yards all empty by 10 o'clock.
Special flohces.
COMMON SENSE rules the mass of tho
people, whatever the mitnamed and minnthropo
philosophers may say to tho contrary. Show them
agcodthing; let its merits bo clearly demon
strated, and they will not hesitate to give it their
most cordial patronage. Tho masses will not hes
itate to give it their mcd cordial patronage. The
masses have already ratified tho judgment cf a
physician concerning the viitues of Hostctter's
Bitters, as may bo seen by' tho immense quantities
of this medicine which are annually told in every
section of tho land. It is now recognized as
s;restly superior to all other remedies yet devised
for diseases of the digestivo organs, snch as diarr
hsca, dysentery, dyspepsia, end for the Tarioas
fevers that arise from derangement cf those por
tions of tha system. Hostetter's namo is rapidly
beeaung a household word from Maine to Texas,
from the shores of tho Atlantic, to tho Pacific
Try the article and be satisfied.
ld by all druggists in the world,
cov daw
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS. The Qauksands
of cctistense. Epilepsy tc. Among the many
ihorjs and perils of life on which our frail barks
would founder were it not for tho beacons that in
dicate acd warn us of our danger aro Epileptic
fits, rush of blocd to the head, apoplexy, &c, for
which Holloway's Pills re the safest remedies in
existence. These disorders ariso frcai feme ono
or more derangements of the system, from hat-
I ever eouree however they may proceed, Hollow.
ay's Pills are the most salutary ia effect, as they
cool the blood, braes the relaxed nerves, give tone
to ih digestive organs and energy and vigor to
the. enfeebled constitution. dan lw
RHEUMATISM ! Rheumatism ' Bheama
matitm ! It is well known that bathings, oint
ments, and external applicitioas, only drive
rheumatism from one part of the system to an
other. Humphrey's SpeeiSo Homeopathic Khu
ttitie Pillt, often care tho worst and aost pro
tracted cases. This simple medicated sccar iru,
will da taoro to oiadioito tho disease, thaa quan
tities of crude medicines , and has cured when all
other means have failed.
Price 25 eents per box, with directiosE
boxes SI.
Six
Rnf Tit null or exprejs, freo of ohi:
ca re-
ceiptof the pries. Address,
Dr. HUMPHREYS i Co.
Sc. 552 Broadway, Now-York.
See advertisement in another column.
novo diw lm
EN WOMEN'S, AND CHILDREN'S Boot
and Shoes mad. to measure nQUTrS- '
r Burlington, July 25 j
to I CATARRH is the most diEauIt of diseases of
- U Breathing Ornans to rcliove or to enre. The
Rcv-Jshna Leavitt, editor of tho Indtpmdini,
of New York, who had the Catarrh for more than
twenty years, has been cured by using Dr. J. B.
Stafford's Olivo Tar and Iron and Sulphui Powders
which are advertifed in this paper. His testimon
ial is published in a pamphlet among many others
equally prominent, who havo been eared of chronic
Throat and Lung difficulties, which trill bo sect
free by mail. nav
AMOXG THE MANY apparent trifi o
continually brought to the surface from tho ideal
under-world of tho unknown, there aro occasion
ally simple articles costingbat little in detail.but
whose combined benefit, usefulness and economy
of time and money, aggregate on the basis of
millions.
Such nn articlo is Spalding's Prepared Glue.
Its nses, as may bo seen by rcforence to the adver
tisement in another column, are enumerated, and
a3 its cost is next to nothing, the demand for It is
nniversil. '. It is preparod with chemicals, and
used cold, requiring but littlo skill cr time fcr it
application.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
The Advertiser, having been restored to health
in a fow weeks by a very simplo remedy, after
having suffered several years with a severe lung
fTection, and that dread diseaso, Consumption ie
anxious to make known to his fellow-suficrers the
means of cure.
To all who desiro it. ho will send a copy of the
prescription used (frco of charge,) with tho direc
tions fur preparing and using the same, which
thoy will find a sure Ccns roa CosscMrtio.v,
Asthma, tc. The only object of tbo advertiser
in sending tho Prescription U to benefit tho afflict
ed, and sproad information which be conceives to
bo invaluable, and ho hopes ovcry sufferer will try
his remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and may
prove a blessing.
Tartici wishing tho prescription will please ad
arcts
Ittv. EDWAKD A. WILSOA
Williatnsburgb,
d-wly Kings County, A'ow York.
T1AIII DYE! HAIR DYE II
Wm. A. Batcuelor's Hair Dte !
77ie Orijinal and Best in the World I
All others aro mere imitations, and should be
avoided, if you wish to escape ridicule
GRAT,r.ED,or r.vsrr n dyod instantly to a beau,
tifuland natural brown or black, without injury
bo the hair or skin.
15 Medals and Dir-LOMA3 have been awarded
to Wm. A. Batohclor since 1830, and over 80,C0t.
applications havo been made to tha hair of the
patrons of his famous dye.
W. A. Batcuerder's Hair Die produces a color
not to bo distinguished from nature, and is war
ranted not to injure in the least, however long it
may be continued, and tho ill-effects of bsd dyes
remedied; tho hair inigorated for lifa ly this
dye.
Sold in an cities and towns of the United otate:.
by Druggists and iancy Goods Dealors.
Ino cenumo has tao name and address upon a.
steel rlato cuijraving on four sides of each BiiX1
of WM. A. BATCIIKLOR,
Address Cuas. BACHELOE,
w3Sdawy SI Barclay Street, A'ew York.
MOTHERS, READ THIS.
The following is an extract from a letter written
by a pastor of a Baptist Church to tbo "Journal
and Messenger," Cincinnati, Ohi", nsd speaks vo
lumes in favor of that world-renowned medicine
Mrs. Winslow'e Soothing Sj-rup for Children Teeth
ing :
"We see an advertisement in your columns of
Mrs. Winlow'a Soothing Sjrap. Now wo never
said a word in favor of a patient melicino beforo
in our life, but we feel oompellcd to sy to your
readers, that this is no humbug wo have tried it.
and know it to be all it claims. It is, probably,
one oi me mosi Fuecessi ji medicines ot the nay,
because it is one of tho best. And those of your
roadcr; who have babies can't do better than to lay
In a supply."
Sj)t. 21, 1SCO. .h.l.r
Wnt A H ATCHELOR'S IIAIK HIT.
This splendid Hair Dye has no equal instan
taneous in cQeot Beautiful Black or A'atural I
Brown no staining the skin or injuring the Hair
I remedies the absurd and ill effect of Bad Dyes,
ird invigorates the hair for life. A'cno are genu
ine unles3 signed "W. A. Batchelor." Sold ov-
trywhere.
CHAS. BATCHELOR, Proprietor,
H Barclay Street, A'ow Torlr.
31arric(S
In Richmond, Nov. 1, at tho residence cf tho
Bride's uncle, Capt. Barker, by tho Rev. T. J.
Holmes, Mr. Edtnon Hodges to Miss Jessie Hatch,
both of Richmond.
Died.
In Bnrlington, A'ov. 7th, Amelia Francis Eng"
esby, wifo of Lcverelt B. Englejby, aged 2S
years.
Taneral from tho house on Saturday next, a
11 o'clook.
In Waterbarr, Oct. SO, Miss Mercy Greene'
aged 60 years, the last of seven whieh formed tho
Baptitt Church cf that place.
In Monroe. Wis., Oct. 21th, Martha Ellen, enly
child of Philo and Caroline E- Pinney, aged 4
years, 7 months and 20 days.
"A'ot our will,but thino, 0 Lord, bo dote. "
In Paddock's Grove, Madiioa Co., HI., Janes
Wlito Bliss, eldest son of Oramel and Ellia Bliss,
in the 35th ytar of hi age.
In WeifPIattsburgb, Oatoberil, Dr. Thomas
Hvvncv formerly of Westfcrd, Vt., aged 6S years
m,"" 1 " mtt 111 mi .
IMS CAPS & FURS.
H. Allen & Company,
MANUFACTURERS of and dealers in Hats
Caps A Fcss.beg leave to call the attention of
tho Publioto tho
LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS
in their line, ever brought into Burlington, cosT
prising
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!!
a larger and bettor selected stock than can bo foacd
this sido of New York or Boston.and of all prioes.to
hit the casss, both of those who wish to mase a littlo.
cash go a great ways, and of thoso who can afford
to put a good dcat of money into a rich and oostly
article.
Ladies' Dress
Furs
ia great variety, msd9 cxprsssly for this market
in rich and fashionable styles, much chtaptr than
can bo fenad olschore,aad wsrranted as represent
ed. BUFFALO EOBES
by tho balacr sioglo robe, larger, darker asd Soar
b as can ha bought In this region.
HATS
nf every style, hard and soft
CAPS
t
ia groat variety from tho boy' cheap cloth cap to
the gentleman's expensive fur article.
GLOVES.
cloii, buclrskin, kil lined, or fur, aad Jiitteas,
all sires, a heivy stock ou hand, which the sub
scribers wish to transfer to the hands of their
custemtri.
II o r s o
Blankets.
o!iep and good.
TRUNKS,
TRAVELLING- BAGS,
CAA'ES,
UMBRELLA?,
gosd and cheap.
CALL AND SEE,
CALL AND BEE.
J CALL AND SEE.
Eespectfally,
A. ALLEN & CO.
'"'Court Houso Squara, corner of College Ss.)
Burlington Vt.
TUCK DIARIES FOR 8G1.
N AS
-i-rc'al1
N ASSORTMENT of all sixes wholesale aa
at
NICHOLS',
daw
October 8, 15G0.
Q LET THE BE3T AND THE CHEAPEST
1 PORE'S RURAL HW YORKER,
ng anl largest circulated, as it is conceded to
. tho best and most influential Agricultural, Hor
t.se Itural, Literary and Family A'ewsptocr of the
will enter upon its TWELFTH volc.mb ia
Jan uary, I860.
TO BATTHERURALSEW TOUKSIt li
TB E UTJR All is tho most popular Acniccr.
tubal and Hoiti cultural au
thority of the day, and also
combines such an amouat and
variety of Heading aJaptcd to
the Family Circle that it bag
p
become a favorite with lntelli
pent people in both Town
voantry.
a iiU ivTJRAL Is a ATati. nal, aye. Continental
"institution.'' beinj taken,
; read and admired throughout
tho American Union, Britifh
Provinces, Ac, because it
eVs toTiromoto the B'st la
tfrrstt and Homt Happixen of
Ul classes.
Twr
jxr UUUATj'j pronounced, by b)fh Presi
r.nd people, tho the best com
'Hied Agricultural, Literary and
Pam:li) Newspaper pMiihtd
and, bciog honest, reliable,
ana free from bunions and de
ception, is ostremsd by tens of
thousands for lis tndopendenco
ana stoning merit.
" i HAL is an advocato of Industry,
Skill, Progress Improvement,
Morality, Education, aud
whatever tends to advance and
ennoble Humanity a Journal
cxpres'Iy intended for, and
eminently adopted to the Firo
sides of a Progressive and En
to-prising People.
TIIJ3 RURAL is superior in Style, Illustra
tions, Typocraphy, and Paper
employs tho Uest Talent in
its various departments and
ia taken by hosts of leading
Farmers, Horticulturists, Me
chanics, Merchants', Profes
sionals, tc, in Country, Vil-
lige and Uity, Irnm Canada to
California, and Maino to Min
ncsota.
Til?-. rTrr t . , . .
'-tJA.s.u 13 ine cheapest journal o; vs
Clait in Christendom the
lowest club rate being only
SI, 25, ard barely covering the
heavy expenses attending its
publication, as iU Contents,
fatylo, Illustrations, &-o., in
volve a larger outlay than any
oi iu eotemporaries.
lilt, IIUUAL is finally and summarily
j. 11 a rriOFLE 6 HOME
TEEKLT ; Its various de
partments of Acriculturo.
Horticulture, Ladies' Reading,
uncice iiucellany, fcabbsth
Muelng?, Educational, Tho
Traveller, Tho Reviewer,
Useful and Scientific Olio,
Young Rnralist, Story Teller,
Wit and Humor, Enigmas and
Rebuses, and last not least, its
amplo A'ews and Markot Re
ports, are all conducted with
caro and discrimination, ren
dering it altogether tho most
cempleto AGRICULTURAL,
LITERARY, and FAMILY"
A'EWSPAPER extant.
VOLUME XII. FOR 1861,
Will be superior in Style and Contents to' either of
its predecessors with A'ew Typa and othor im
provements. Its Motto, "Ex tiiar," and Objects,
"I'royresi and Improvement," will bo minilcsted
in both Matter and Manners rendering it worthy
a largoly increased A'ation! Circulation.
FORM, STYLE AA'D TERMS-
Tnz Rcr.AL New Vorkkr comprises Eight
Double Quarto Pages, (forty columns). An Index,
Titlo Pago. Ac, given at the close of each Volnco,
cempleto for binding.
TERMS. IX APVAXCE .-$3 a Y'oar ; 3
copies for $5 ; C for S10 ; 10 for $15; 20 for $25.
ETA'OW 15 THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE AA'D
FURM CLUBS. 3 Tho most liberal inducements
to Club Agents the bct yet offarcd. Specimen
Xumbcrs, Sho-v Bills, Inducements, Ac., sent free
t all applicants or we wiii send tho thirteen num
bers of this quarter ( ctnbor to January) ou trial,
nt HALF PllICB onlv :5 crnta.
Address DDT M' ORK,
nov"tlt IW-- -c-, A .
A fafo and safety remedy f r
Coughs, Colds, Croup, Asthma, Whooping'
Cougn, Sore Throat, Bromhitts, Hoarse
ness, Influenza, Fever and Ague.
It is warranted to relieve croup in fivo min
utes. To break up a common cold in a single night
To reliovo tho Asthma at onoe.
To euro all coughs and diseases of tho lungs,
previous to ulceration.
The matchless success and unprecedented nopu
Iarity which this remedy has attained In one short
year, would seem to bo a suEcient guarrantyof
its excellency. If any ono doubts it let such give
it one trial.
Read tho following: From Hon. Levi Underwood,
Lieut. Governor of Vt.
Messrs. E.. B. Magoon & Co. I havo used your
Weeks' Magio Compound, for severe colds and
soro throat, and it has proved an cQcicnt remedy.
It is a valuablo accession to tha list of remedies
for colds, coughs, Ac.
Iam, Ac, Yours,
LEVI UNDERWOOD .
Burlington, Oct. 8th, 1860.
From Hon. Timothy P. Rodfield.
By using your week's Magio Compound a short
time, I was entirely oared of ono ofthesevercs
and most obstinate colds upon my lungs that I
ever experianced. I know of no remedy equal to
it for ooagbs and lung compjaints generally.
TIMOTHY P. REDFIELD.
Montpelier, Oct. 13th, 1860.
From Rev. E. B. Smith, D. D., Principal of
New Hampton Institution.
The Magio Compound which yoa furnished mo
last Spring, when I was suffering most eaverely
from the effects of a long continued cold upon my
lungs, acted like a charm. Tho first night after
taking it, I coughed loss and slept better thin for
weeks beforo, and the use of it finally removed
tho difficulty entirely. I should use it agiin in
prefersnos to any medicine I have tried when
similarly aSicted. Yours truly,
u. e.miii,
Fairfax, Vt. April 21, ISO.
TRIAL EOITLES GRATIS.
WM. JOSLYA & SONS, Barton, Vt., wholesale
Agents for Westorn Vt., and Northern A". Y., to
whem all orders should be addressed.
Sold by A. C. Spear and Theo. A. Peck, Bur
lingten, J. S. Storrs 4- Sons, Winooski, and by
dealers generally througho'Mhe Country.
June 1, 1SC0. wt0m6
C. F. STAITIFOBD
HAS NOW OPENED
ANEW AND SPLENDID STOCK
or
FALL AND WINTER
Goods
CARPETS ASS OIL CLOTH
DRESS GOODS in EVERY VARIETY"
MOURNING GOODS, EMBROID
ERIES, HOSIERY, GLOVES, UNDER
WEAR, SSIP.T3, CLOAKS, AND RAG
LAKS IK ALL DES IP-ABLE 3m.ES,
Corsz-KEZPIXQ COOPS, cocxtzb
TANES, TLAKXELS, JTCSLIX DP.A
?ERV, BRUSSELS AITD EA'OUSH TA
PESTRY, THREE-PLY, INGRAIN
AND ' VENETIAN CARPETTNGS,
CRUMB-CLOTHS, DRUGGET, RUGS,
MATS, COCOA MATTING.
I act caly oitor yea BARGAIN'S T1 fU.) OT
krn article:, but 1st ycu select frcni
MY ENTIRE STOCK.
I think this is the better way. What say you 1
Burllngtca, Oct. 8, 1E60. daw
YOU can tret lb New YotU
ASTOR-HOU9E SILK HATS,
at the Church street Hat, Cap and Fur Store.
H. LYND,
dawtf Burlington, Vt
NEEDLE CASES
EOP. SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES, con
trived, not enly to hold the needles, but also
to d. iver them, ens at a time, of tha desired tize,
at ni'I. A neat,eAan,aad very serviceable thins
Ff sale at the
SEWING MACHINE PARLOR,
No. 6, Oolleg-ft,
BmiiagUa April, 23.
SWEEP HO! SWEEP HO !!
tho
"u:io.T rouEVER"
"Union earpci Sweeper,"
FTrsnE best revel ving broom extant on exhibition
X and for sale at tho EEE-HIVE.
and
JUST received a fow moro BaW of "Hni?io
tos's Carfkt Lsjisg"' an unrivalled artisio.
A A'OTnKR small Ut (only 2,497 J yards)
xi.tho3o fiasiit No. 1. Illeaohoi Shirtln;
Quick, or yon lose them!
AT. PECKJR,
CO.
dawtf
THE WHEELER & WILSOX
SEWIXC lUACIIIXE.
fTUR&T r.tltri A'ational Vairs, at three Vt. State
Fair?, and at most of tho StJto Fairs of other
States, and recognised by the untnimons approval
ot over SIXTY THOUSAND I-AJUMES
now using it, as
Thebest Machine for family use.
A FULTj STOK of all tho various stvle
COA'STANTLY OX HAND. Machine skipped free
of chirge to purchasers, on tho line of any railroad
in nnv part of the State, or to tho nearest 11. 11
Station, if purchassrs live oil the lino of Itond.
Evcrv Machine Wnrrantcd-and instruc
tions in tho use of them given to purchasers
aratu.
li. w. A U. u. iit,i.im,i', Ageats lor
Vermont.
ATo. C. Collego St. - - - Burlington Vt.
WOOLEN YAKS.
TTU5T RECEIVED at the
J CORA'ER STORE.
A NICE LOT Or VARVS, IX GREAT VAEIS1T.
Blue mixed,
3 and 1 thread.
3 "
2 and 3
Slate, Drab i Madder oolors
Black and white,
Kcarlot and Drab,
random 3 thread.
it i
it tc
LVMAA''S.
dawtf
Crimson and Drab,
White and red,
Extra nico for tao littlo foilcs
Call acd examine at
A'ov. 1st, 1SC0.
FLOUR.
rililE choicest Family Flour, from A'ew Wheat,
JL manufactured at tho celobrated Mt. Vernon
Mills, for salo bv (J. L. WAR A SR.
SopL 17. r-'
LIFE
V IRE A A I) M A JJ I N K
IIYSUKAXCE..
-F.T.Y A
INSURANCE COMPANY.
HARTFORD, CONN.
31,S0O,0C0.
INSURANCE COMPANY,
NEW YORK.
Sl.OOO.OOi).
Lapital,
H03IK
Capital,
PliCENIX
INSURANCE COMPANY,
HARTFORD, CON A",
Capital - - - SSOO.OOO.
LAMAR FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
NEW YORK.
Capital, - - - $000,000.
CONNECTICUT FttlE INSC'tlANCK Co
HARTFORD, CO A' A".
Capital, - - - S200.000.
SOUTH "V FIST KH N I. V5 CHANCE CO..
OSWEGO, X. T.
Capita!, ... $150,000.
WESTERS MASSACHUSETTS INS. Co ,
riTTSFISLI), ilASS..
Capital, - - - $150,000.
.NEW VOSIK MFE ISSClvASCE CO.,
NSW VOSK.
A - - - 31.SOO.0C0.
c ii itrt:it oak i. iff: ixsuuaxckco.
HAKTIOWO. CONK.,
Cp,..t ,1 ;,n,I Parplon, . . $600,000.
1 .. ;; - i-"ued i.i the forccoing (Sr,r class Com
i ' i-K, ,i. 1 loaif s tqtutnkly adjusted and promptly
P'.. 1 t'V tho underpinned, vht mil make "o cki'ye
f r irs or 1 1 newals.
S. WIRES, Agent.
Burl.-gton. Ojt. 13, 1SC0. l.wly
"What Say Ycu ?"
jUR extra "Bargains" disturb somo of onr
neighbors so much, that to " keep tho peaee"
we forbear to mention tbcm as such ; but will sim
ply stato that wo have recently mado large addi
tions to our stock of FAL Ij AM) WINTKIi
GOOUS, among which are the following, viz:
Another ease of those famous Blch'd i-hirtings 12c,
(wo will not call them "bargains," but thoyH).
Ono caso Printed DoLaines, at 121 worth 17 cents;
" " Woven Winceys "17 " 25 "
13 dot. Linen Doilies " C2 " 100 "
56 " Table Napkins t 125 a 150 " 200 "
A job lot 'ambric Collars 65 25 '
" " " " Setts 88 " 150 "
PATCH! PATCHING I! PATCHED!!
2 Cases Calico Remnants by the lb.
Hoop Skirts at hasty prices.
Balmoral Skirts from $1 26 to $5.
Cloaks ! CIoaKs ! ! Cloaks ! ! .' i
Shawls, Capes and Raglans.
R1LKS ' SILKS .' ' SILKS ' '
French and EnglUi Repps', Merino? and Flaidji.
Woollens, Aisfid Lota.
Carpets at curious Prices
We will not presume to compare oar assortment
and prices, Tilth tho "Immense" stocks of our
neighbors, who so magnanimously offer to let their
customers select bargains from their "entire stork"
and who make it so "easy" for tbe Fublio to save
from 5 to 10 per cent.
Oar advice to tbe public is, look through tho
mammyth slocke of our neighbors, then examine
our modest little Slock, aud then.
Tlnr whflro yon plcaso ; that's all.
Moro ancn.
A". PECK, JR., CO.
dawtf
Oct. 23, 1360.
Worsteds
Worsteds!!
T ADIES, wo can sew supply yoi
with all
JL-i desirable shades and colors is
Singlo or Doable Zephyr;
Split do.
Shetland Wed and Tinsel Worsted ;
ALSO
Crochet Cord; Crochet Braid; Crochet Hocks;
Wood, Gutta-percha, Ivcry and Bono Knitting
pins; Chenillo Cord; Tinsel Chcsillo; Embroid
Tidys, Cushions, 0., ic.
ItlBBONS.
A Cholee tot cf Fall and Winter Bibbccs,r.the
handsomo;t ever in thi3 market.
REiiriraxR tcs
Corner Store
LYMAN'S.
October, IS 63. dirtf
NEW BOOKS.
TTJOODS AND WATERS, or The Saranics
1 and Racket, with map of the route, and
niao illaitraticn3 on wood, by ALntcoB. Street,
for salo at HUNTINGTON'S.
Oct. 16, 1S60.
DECEIVED at
tBvStere.
tho Churci Street Book,
Harper's Magaiiao
for November.
Atlast c, " "
Gosys " "
r-CT2nscs's " "
Frask Leslie's '
ArrLErox rail tvat ccoz rca
And foe sale by
E. A. FULLER.
Burlington Oct. 22,1560.
NOTICE.
INTO ME EA'CLOSUBE of tho sub-
I AMI
scribcr on tho loth Inst., a red two year old
heifer.
The owner is requested to pay charges and tako
her away.
M. L. MINER.
Shelbqrne, Oc. 23, 1S6.
FRESnGROUND GRAHA3ITLOUR
at A. S. DEWEY'S.
Aug. 31, 1660.
w irtit, OP VERMON'T, Thononorablo
ft,. ""M:
, bj. t the Probate uonrt
t"rr .-I ll . Chlden, to all p-rsons in
t? " 3rS of Am Elodgott, late of
Islington, in sudDUtrlet. deceafeirOreoting.
Whereas, said Court hath as.i,.i . mi. r
-tutiiuuvr iirAt ior mo scwement nf th. . uu;,.
r 1 l. -b-iujijiu
tration account of tho rstata of Amos "niodzett
deceased, and ordered that public nofuu therc'
of bo given to all persons interested in said"
estate, by publishing this order three wctks
successively previous to tho day assigned, ia tho
Burlington Freo Press, printed in Burlington, in
said District.
Therefore, vou aro hereby notified to appear at
tho Prohato Court Rooms, in Barlinzton. on
day assigned, thoa and thero to contest the allow
ance of said account, if yon reo caue.
Uiven under my hand, this T.nn day ot ueiooer,
A. B. 1860. D. FBE.VCil. Re-ister.
w!St3
WllLLIAM FABS.IM,
ri.
J. & J. II. Peck A Co.
CHITTENDEN
COUNTY COURT.
rg"1 nTS action wai entered at tb c September Term
A.D. 1S60. of Chittenden County Court. It
is an action of assumpsit, dcelaring upon tho
ecneral caunt. and demanding in djmasc3
S15.000.
A'o personal notica havinc boon civen rmlnfetul.
t. i. i r r..i. i, i r ,7 ...
tut. ouim ... u, uiuirfii i onri, notice i
hereby given to said John II. Pick, to appear a
the Term of said Conrt, ne.U to bo bcM n TW
lington. in and for said Chittenden County, on tho
last Tuesday in March, A. D. 1SG1, and defend
said suit or ho will ba defaulted.
J. P. ADAM?, Clerk
C. J. Aloeb, Att'y.
October, 18G0. wlSw.l
NOTICE.
Lnci.i L. Peaah
vs.
William 3. Peach
) Supreme Court Chittenden
County, January term 18C1
trHERc A? the slid LucU L. Pcaeh has filed
in said Curt. hor libl ajrainst tho said
"imam b. Peach, setttns forth her morna
with him inJSnuary 1833, at Burlington, and
their subsequent cohabitation as husband and wile
uaiii .-cptembor l-i.il, and his wiuu: desertion
and abandonment of her at that time, and praying
ior a divorce and for tho custody of her minoi
children.
SAnd whereas it has been made to anncar that tho
sain nm. a. Peuch restdes, and i out of tho State
.fT . . ......
ui iwmoci: aow it is heresy ordered mat tno
said Wm. S. Peach ba summoned to appear and
answer to said Libel at tho supremo Court next
to be held at Burlington, in and for said County.
on the first Tuesday ia Janniry. 1801. by publi-
u-iuon oi ihe substan c ot said L.ib:I as horcin De-
tore sa forth together with thU order, three
weeks successively in the Burlineton Weekly
Free Press, a newspaper pablishc 1 at said Burling
ton . tao list of whie.1 publication' shall do nor
be loss than six weeks previous to said term of
said C.urt.
Given under my hand at siid Burlington, this
22d day of October, A.D. I860.
LUKE P. POL AA'D,
w3w Jadga of Supremo Court.
C. J. Algkr, Solicitor.
WM. JAMES KILLEN'5 ESTATE.
JTATE OF VERMONT, ) Tho Hon Probate
5 D siRicr op cniTTE-VDES. S3, s Court for tho
district of Chittenden, to all Peraoug interested in
the estate of William James Killen, of Chicago in
tha County or Cook, ia the State of lliinoi.,
Greeting.
j irimw, application ia writing, hath been
J made to this Court by tho guardian of Willintc
James Kiilcn, for license nd authority to soM tno
wholo of the real escite of his said ward, setting
fcrth therein, that his said ward is neiznl in bis
own riht of certain real estate, sitntl in
the village of Burlington, in the County of Chit
tenden, and .- Uto of Vermont, and described as
follows, to wit: A eertiin lot f land, with a
wooden duelling boa anl oat-iiuilJings thereon
staodini. situitrd on the north-west omer of Ail
ms and Union str?c', and containing about one
quarter of an acre of land, and that it would eon
duce to tbe best. intcrrst of said ward to havo said
real estate gold an 1 the proceeds of said sr lo put
at interest, and praying for license to sell tho
same; and thereupon, the said Court app dnled and
aligned tho 10th day of N'ovamb-ir A. 1'. 150,at
the Probate Court Rooms in tail District, t hoar
and decide upon said application: an l ordered
that public nottee thereof be given to all pcrions
ircrsted therein, by publi-hinfaid order, three
weeks successively in the Burlington Free Presn,
a new paper which eircul ite-i in the neighborhood
nt those poroa intcreated therein all which pub- j
locations shall be previous to the time aforesaid
for hearing.
Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear
before said Court at the tine and pl appointed,
then and there to object to the granl'io- of seh
lteenee, it you see caose
OItob uc!dr ray hand, at th Trnhate Col.
Kooms, this 28th day of September, 1S0.
wHr3 W. II . FRENCH, Judge.
YrnwesT Board or Karctnox,
Secretary's Office. 0?t. I860. '
Tfi ACHERS' INSTITUTES.
T
ITEACIIERS' INSTITUTES f r the Counties
e f 3 rand Isle, Washington, Lamoille, Frank
lin. Chittenden, Essex, Orleans and Caledonia,
will bj held as follows:
At Underbill. - Nov. 13 It.
" Johnson. - - " H 17.
" Cabot, - - - " 2223.
" Lyndon, - - " 2627.
"W.Albanv, - -Dee. 87.
" Lunenburgh; - " 1112.
" North Hero, - - " IS 19.
" PrankliD, - - " 2122.
The Institutes will oaeh continuo in scsslan du
ring two days, commencing at 'J A. M.
All friends of Edncation are invited tn attend a3
punctually as possible.
Town Superintendents arc desired to see that
Teachers are notified, and urge them to attend.
Clergymen are respectfully inviteVl to givo no
tice from their Pulpits.
wl3w2 J. S. ADAMS, Secretary.
CAST STEEL BELLS.
TRICE REDUCED.
rjnHESE Bells have now an cs-
JL tablishcd repotation, and are.
stronger and cheaper than any oth
er firs: class bells. In power and
beauty of tone thoy aro unexcelled.
In tho severest frosts they are war
ranted not to break, and in caso or
fire they do net melt. Tho best proof of their
im-sense strength is tha fact, that none of our bolls
havo ever broken after being properly hung acd
tested, and used with ordinary care.
Each Bell is warranted for one year, aud if it
should break after that time, half pner is oWouwf
in exchange for a Tutooneywhich'makcs a second bell,
even then, 20 to 30 per cent, cheaper than a com
position bell.
In consequence of improvements in tho manu
facture, wa aro now enabled to afford our belli at a
reduced price, and solicit orders.
Prioo3, terms and circulars, with lostimonials,
famished on application t
NAYLOR k CO.,
No. 60 Stato street, Boston,
and No?. 99 and 10.1 John St., New York.
A'ov. 2. wlSm3
C. W. MORSE,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOB. AT LAW
TON N II A L I; ,
BCRLlNCrO.V, VcBMOSr.
Oct. 23rd, 1S50.
E-CUTOR'S SALF. OF REAL ES
TATE AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
0:
A" Tued y tha 20th of November next, at 2
r r in front of tho Adirondaa House.
Ke-seviflc. N. Y-, (unless previously disposed of
at private sab) that vory desirable iarm, well
known as the Wm. Keoso Farm; bf over 300 acrc3
of good land, with dwelling-hou3e, Barn, Ac,
situate about two miles from Kcesevills, on tho
stazo-road to Plattsbargh.
Terms liberal and ma io known at the timo cf
sale. Possession to bj givoa April lat, 1861.
For further particulars inquire of William
Keeso, or Anderson Kecse, oa tho premises, or
addres?, by mail, to Newtown, Bcck3 Co., Penn.,
H0BEP.T EAHLE,
wl3w6 ExV of II. E. Keeso.
LUCIAN II . HAY DEN,
Pupil of Alfred Jacll.
N3rr.ucTDr.or ras rzxso, oac.vK & nis-nvT
and T'aeJicr of Singing, (Bassini's system)
Fatrfax, Vermont.
septo
E5TRAY.
BR0ES INTO THE INCLOSNEE of thi :u
scriber about the first of October last, two re
steer calves, with some white spots oa them.
Tho owner is requested to prove property, piy
ehsrrcs and take them away.
WILLIAM O. BARKER.
Shelfcuree, fM. 22, 1S60. w3t
J3UKLINGT0N, VT,
Filer, Chandler &Jq,,
or EZLcnrRTOTvy, jtiss.
HAVE ESTABLISHED .tha manufactcry of
0r2S and Top Bucatis and Covzaco Cabri
Aors in all their varieties. 4
Wo shall manufacture and keep on hand a f 11L
assortment of light and faihionablo work, mada of
the best material, and warranted to stand.
Wo shali nso the best of Eastern timber, rnd
employ tho best workmen from Eastern shops.
Oar long experience in tho manufactnr ef Cirria
ges, and our known character for. producing tha
best quality of work, we feel assured will scenra
to us the liberal patronage of the public. I
Sales Rooms and Manufactory ia Leavenworth!
Block, College st., Bnrlizgtoa, Vt. 1
April 25, 1860.
gPAXDINa'S PREPAEEDOtXTE!
SPAI.OIXG'S PltBPAKEn GLVEl
SfAI.uINU'S nUGPARKD OI.IJKS
8A"VTS THE PIECESt:
k.coxojiv: U IS PATCH
y " A Stirca Ti s.ru -4
Jl arridenls l J happ, rvn in ictt-rty2aUd JamilU.
U rerx deslrabt to han, lome chrp and eonrvnlent my kr
rpalrlis rurnllore, Toj, Crocltry, ii.
SPALm.VQ-S PRF.rARED OLCK
c-etp -1! rich ecif rncfe. and no Loose hold ran aSord to bf
liaont K. It li alwnji tt-Aj, and ca to lit mcktor point.
Tktta ts co cr a nrcawtj for Hnplnc en!r. rfttori
tra. li.wiieM isiia intea eradlca. It ti put ta
vtwle fur cone. hell, .nj other ornamenul woek. w popala
t3 IzAlt, of r.nement and ta.1.
Thl, adratrabl. preparation U nxd cold, belos ebemtrar
td In tolatlcn. and po..e.tee all tb. ealnaMe e,aalU- "
I6 &m Url-m.ier.- Gin.. It may b nwd ta th. r"
" ","1'nT mncil.,.. belns- rulT m, lhe.!re.
"CPEVCl, Is EVERY nOL'SE."
X. U.-A llm.h aefoapanleae.ch bottle. 7V1. 35m
'ATiclesala Depot. Ko. 48 C.aar-L. Her York
Addrtw HEirSY C. SPAXDING & CO.,
Box xto. 3.C00, Itew f j j
Tnt up f."r Ptlers la Ca. eontalnln foar. elefct. ao.
twelve dozen n beautlfal Lithographic Show ta;l accom
panjfDf each package.
03- A lnj!e bottle of SPALDIXO-S PREPARKn r,t.v
will 9 ire ten times I. coitt anuuallv to er.rj nonnebold -v
Hold bj all prominent Sutioners. Imxic'a. Hardware ail
tho
r nmtmre iieAiers. ijrocerf. ana r aney hum.
Ianntrr merehant. .honld make a note of RPALDIXO'lt
PKKl'WSKfi (U.L'B, when icaklr; np thalr Il.t. It .ill
land aitj ehmato.
SPA hOISG'S PItEPAKED GkUKl
U3SFDL IX EVERT 110 UPC
SPALDI.ViS-a PRKPARBP (ILUI.
SOI,I BV STATION EES.
SPAI.niXO'S PREPAREn OLCE.
SOLD BT IlRL'QtJISra
FPALDIXO-S PKEPAEKI) CLCK.
SOLI) BT HAP.mVARB DEAI.EKSL
SPALIUXn-S PREPARED (1I.CK,
SOLI) BV HOlSE-rrKXISIII.VO STORES.
PPALIIIXG'R pltEPARED OI.OE.
SOLI) UT Ft'ItNllURK DKXI.ERS.
sPAi.niy.j-K i-REpvRr.n glue,
ilLl) nT PAXCT-flOODS DKAI.EHS.
SPALIM.WS prhpared olue.
SOLI) 1ST liRCCERS.
BPALDIXG-S PREPARED UI.OK.
SOLP AT COV.VTKV JIEKUHAMS OEXKRAJJ.i.
A. VrJ A.-l.WNT BOOS "
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K.... Mends ET.W1ERES
F....Vwd PANS
(1. ...Mend. GUITARS
II... Mends HARPS
I ....Vends INLAID-VO.tC
J Vends JARS
K Mends K.VOHS
L....Mend. LEATHER-WORK
M ...Mends MIRROR-KKAMEa
N ...Mnds NEWEL POSTS
..Vends OTTOMANS
. . Mmls PIANO-KORTES
I -nds QUII.T.FHAMKS. ,
h - ds ROCKING-HORSES. ,
Wis SOFAK.
I yraO, TABLES.
nd. ITMURELLA-STIUKi
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. . ..Mei. !- PII.I.CT WORK
X Mend. IIOURV-noUSKS
JlenJs KALEIDOSCOPES
Menda MONET BOXES
l Mend. PICTURE Fit OIKS
31 Mend. SXCRETA RIES ,
M Mend. VENEKRISG
38 --Tel.!. S. HlMJl. FUP.NITlRB
31 .Mend. PAPIKSt-M ACHE.
36 .Mend. WKllROBRS
si Mends PARIN MARBLE.
.. ..Vend. CRIBS
. Mends mBVJCMPER-i.
JK . . . Mend. HURT WORK
' end V Ti HSPKS.
.. .Mend. PICTl KKS
fl Mend, til iLUWIIBKMI.
Vend. TOWEL-RACKS.
Vrni.N Vt'AMI STANDS
It Stead. BRO.VTBAIIS
Veud IIRt.MS.
Wml. CHSfSMK.V
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31 Vr.,-1. l:fMSTlCKS.
5; Mende 1.i.kiK CA.-ES
31 Mead. l-OOT CRIMPS
" Wd, 1:RISH.I1A.MH.ES. ,
l Mead. BR I S 1 1 US.
Merd. CABINETS
Mead' Clll'RNS
St Mend. CLOCK CASES
Mead. CBI TCHES.
f Mend. CI PBOARD3
&7 Meads CURTAINS.
63 Jleiid. C ISINGS.
SB lien.!. CADDIES.
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71 Mead. CHAIRS
72 Memi. CH1RTS.
3 Meads CLOTHES-FRAMES ,
it Mend. CtRD CASES
7S Mends CHESTS
IS Mend. DIARIES
17 Mend. WORK STANDS
Mend. DRACGHT BOARDS.
79 Mends DISHES
"1 Mend. DIVANS
t Mend. DICE BOXES.
62 Mends DOORS.
vi Mend, dominoes.
ft Mend. FIRE1IOARDS.
!5 Vends FLITTER.
W Mends B .LU STERS. ,
S7 Mend. GI.ASSWVKK.
K5 Mend. HANDLES....-
Mend. I! ITT -PERCHA-WA RE
) Mend. K1TK3.
91 Mend. TOPS
92 Mewls ORGANS ,
Vend. MODELS
91 Meil. SEWINO MACIIINK STANDS.,
IS Meed. PANELS
96 M-nds PASTEBOARD-WORK
K Mends PATTERNS.
SH Mend. SIDEBOARDS
W. Mnd. WOODEN WARE.
ll Meads WIIXOW-WARK.
HENRY C. SPALDING A CC.
48 Cedr-t.. Xesw
A dire.. Tom OOSee, Box No. 3. SOU.
FPVLDING-S PREPARED GLCX.
POLD BT STATIONERS.
SP 1I.D1NG-S PREPARED OLCE.
SOLD BT DRUGGIST.
SP1LDIXGS PREPARED CLUE.
EOLD FIT GROCERS.
STAt.DIXG-S PREPARED GLCT,
R01P NT HVRDWABK STORj:R
PAUHWO'S PREPARED GIAt.
EOiJi bt norsE Funvi-f ivi. srnp.m
fiTALiHM'i PRUV.k.k .-l..-..
CALL ON
E. A. Fu'ltr, at the Church Street Book Store
ros TOUR
Bocks, Stationary, end Artist Materials
The largest Assortment in tho State.
TOR TOUR
Dailtiand Weekly P overs
P.woived by Lightning Exprew.
FOR TOUR
Magazines oj all Kinds.
Ho is selling ovcrything at the hvtst rats".
Eurlisgton, June 1G, 160.
Aew (inods I Aew tloods !
good assortment of FALL GOODS jast
ceirel, and selling cheap
at PAGE'S.
MAGIC P.TJFFLE5 a saw article for the
Ladies; also, a good assortment of C0LLAB5
and UNDER SLEEVES, just reoeived
at PAGE'S.
A KtwsrrLE cf RAGLANS and CLOAKS, jasi
- rccoived
at PAGE'S.
HOOP SKIRTS cheapeb tiia.-t svra end
great variety of goods, from a Button M05M
to a Silk, just being received PAGE'S
Please call, and examine good3 and prices.
CONSTABLE'S SALE.
BY Virtue of aa Execution to ne direct
ed,, I will sell at Publio Auction on Saturday
Aov. 3d 1SG0, tho following described property at
the time and pl&c;s named hereafter.
At 0 o'clock A. Af. at fit Xorthup Farm in Bvlvngtr,
a quantity of cent In the ear and a quantity of
cornstalks supposed to be the growth of aboot tea
acres, and a quantity of potatoe supposed to ba
about two hundred bushels.
At 10 o'clock A. JL at tht Barn of E. J. Fay in
Burlington, 69 bushel Rye, 18 1 bushel Boekwheet.
9 j bushel Wheat and 1 bushel Pea.
Azjouxxcs Sals.
The si ore salo ia adjourned to 6trdy Nor.
17, 1S60. at theaboro named hcurs sd places-
TERMS, CASH.
' S. HUNTINGTON,
CeastaVie.
Nor. 2, 1S60. 'dliv
firass Seed.
CnA BUSHELS TIMOTHY SEED, raised an
tjJ V new land, this season. Fcr sale by ' .
H. H. DOOLtTTLE,
e:cx or the saw. College Etreet-o.
. Burlington, Vt, Nov. 1, 13S0. . dlr.wl8,6m ;
SWEET POTATOES
at
Barlicson, Oct. 5, ISCOj
FETRCX9.
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