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THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 9, 186G.
In t: c House on iloitUy. some resolutions
vaseed by the legislature of South Carolina
accenting the CoDgremional grant of lands
for mi A.-rierltursI College, loiwardcd by
G ,v At orth, were presented, when Mr.
,?.; c-iti to their retention on tuc
' . - 'A
r-TMr.i that Cvrigrtre doe not recognised
jircfint the goTermaeot of irjath Carolina.
T c vcas and nays hemg ordered resulted in
a vote ol veasST, tu., 100, " tfce
II uc itfosed to ieoeic the r"Ir. Messrs.
I; iter ard AVoodlnse Toted nay. Mr.
Morrill vtas nbecnt cr tiid not vote.
;tw t UK LlGlM-MTi. TllO JC. y
, raid ty. "TbeaoiM vice of onr pre
j.,.,lt Lfj.-.jlaUirc is said to be gambling, in
.i.-'.i-tiacttoo to thai of tive legislature
: n inter, which was drunkenness.''
i. ; i pi. The dajpttch from MrSewanl
:.i '. Mr. GarriMMi called a '-bemtted tek-wa-
as follows :
Xkw A' obi, Feb. 23. 100.
It i- all right and safe. The Union is
-torcd nnd the country safe. The Presi
rt't spech if triumphaatjuid tlieeonntrj
i in' i;y. "
.V. II. SEWARD.
i'oucs lrsas. On Wednesday, Maggie
( '.irrull, witoee came appears periodically in
t'n- recoidsof ti e police court, was Ripen
fiity d'.ys in the Coanty Jaii, by Recorder
H' ad, for vagrancy.
Peter iood of t-c-uth ISurlingtoo, who H
a A as good as he night he, was arrested at
the ntancc of States Attorney Engltfhy,
for adultery with a prostitute named Dolly
Ann Kiil'v. Both were 'mund up for trial
Ju-tice Iiolknbe-.t. on AA'cdncaday, in
rl i ;00. in default el tail were comnsit
. ; . , . .a'- .,rr :., w.u i.
i '( iu mil ugw vmw sn muiiimu j
j:- .nal a'jose of hi wile whom he beat
r.;i ! turned out if i u.r objecting to hi
riiiiiiiml liaiboriiss? of .Mitw Ifixby.
A ri inrl-vidonl . wl.i - name we ate rcqoest
(1 l y hie outlier, i ; :. tw uthn.wa on tic
l-t fined $-' and c ri- lor intoxication.
. Boherte, a man trout Port Henry,
w.is f .ned $1 and costs FrHay, for intoxica
tion lie was picked ni lwlpless lying across
t'ie r.ihoad truck, and brought before
I Chaa. Chsapaigne, for selling liquor, wu
tmed 10 and costs, and Joe Patter forin
toxication, 5 and cost, hy Justice Hollcn-
'i'ni! WkLiios. McEgrs. Parks & lVabody,
k Lptro of the "AVeldon Ilousc," the splen
uid new hotel at Sit. Albans, have dissolved
partnerrtiip, and the Iloaee is at present in
I the Lru.ds u I the hotel ccminv. Mr. Park
it i- uiidciatood. returns to Jtuswn. and Mr.
jslsaV - i j : .1 .1 1 T. 1 . '
Wl hi. re aj.(rf to be crane trouble about the
1 1 lanssment of t?.e Huuh. We hate board
I ti.tit Ui the jrnianciit !iardre in the
i bourn were ordend to leave bvtlK- landlotd
j Vhe other dT- Mr. Lj.-d lec:urcd in St
I lbac tl.c same evening, and in the pjrtion
, f His direourm; where he uutes the saying,
a j. uin"s house ir hi? onFtlr' as sjcially
tl , e.. w: i:i A'crmunt, he hapaud (withodt
ki: ,wii anything ol n r .wia the bote!) to
jiii j 'Mit 'lew I c is a boarder at a pobiic
I( Thu. uucoroeiuus Lit "broosht
-n t'ie h Ium:-" with long applaune.
A Ohipm. ibnt roE Ma. Pound. An
asional ct voiqBjeot at Washington
-:. It uh, iclt T, Jjich being mainly oecn
; ii d with matt fl already ditcunrd in onr
r ,l..;nns we do r. ot publish. Ue add at its
c c :
I All Veraionters wht have had the pleasure of
treeling our new Senator since his arrival in
uhiogton are warm in their admiration and
-r-ard for him personally and ia their eipree--,
d of f iitli ia and re 'iance apoakis ability
MoNTFKMER. Tbo subscriptions for Mr.
rd's new chureh in If ontpelier, amount to
. ' . ju t $ 4 5,KK). Or tbist J4r. Geo. Bndshaw
. Vw Vork city, 3i ontpelier boy by
' iitu.-gires 5,000. Mi J K. Lansdon
fcubfcribed $4,000, and wi'l mke it $5-t-o.
if $r,ttfl00 is raised, as it ill be with-
,t d.,ul t. This eura ought to gi e tn to
O j the icst church in A'ermout. It will
tor babiy l.i of brick, aud will occupy pt
ST : 'ie ground iwr covered by the old church,
fV;, ;i will be turn down at once to make
f. ,- for llit new one.
I iie Unitarian Society of Montpelier, held
i f'ccirvnl on Thursday evening, the re&'ipt
il which are reported at more than $500.
Ilia uUiEST xan. Judge Barrett, in a
ju;niunie?.tioE to the Woodstock Slmndard,
'1. . toally knocks the bottc m out of the story
irh Jias -jne the ooontry through, that
tor Na$u, a colorrd man of Pomfret,
i . . is 1.10 years old, arid consequently the
man in America. Judge B. says
.cr states that his fin t recollection is that
." N?ing a flare on the jsland of Martinique.
I1 1 :; master's name wa. Joseph Damilnx, a
lrvnrhTniin tlue IhImimI an BCeotint
of its lieing taken posressrion of and claimed
,t the British. The Bril ish first took 31ar-
tiL 'que in 17'J4. Peter, who left with hh
mast r, and came to Beaton with bin, was
then he" supposes about 16 years tli ; be had
n.tgott'obc man. U i was then, in
17 '4. only sixteen years old. he is now
t.sEEN, toe Matotv Mass. J.'anaaaK.
i-c of this wretched man, 'bo nas
. under scntooce of death for a j.r or
liut whose execution has been dcla
dilavs and the unwillincnccs ol
1 ' Anir.w to sign his death warrant, now
II r "'' to come to a final dose within a
U-"'- t-ii.. Gov. Itullcek, by the unani
pnous a lv.ee of bis Council, has signed the
Warrant fr the mard TMnlian An tlin
113th ot A n next.
Jiisie .i Convention at Pccwnkt. TLo
I uon iluMc.il Association held a very suc-
-s.iil Cjnvcntijn at Poultncy last week,
dtr the direction of Prof. AV. O. Perkins
r Button. Two hundred singers were in
f-tt c uJance. Amone tbe resolutions raised
the following :
' ill. IltitUed, That ve cxteud the Hand of
'.c.ume to prominent members of the Western
A t Musical Association, and invite them and
their associates to join us in our commit musical
R. R. AccmEstT. The Montreal express
Ittruck a rock and was thrown from the
trak on the A'ermont A'allev road, near
ummcrtton, Saturday night, going north,
it:A the baggage and passenger cars were
Mi., jwn down tho embankment. The bleen-
c? ear remained on the track. No one was
fSriiuusly injured, although several passcn-
WXn were considerably bruifcd
i-z FmKLi.v CorxTT TnirtiuxcE Con- j
r'T n, 1 1 Sheldon last week nominated I
lion. Harmon Northrop for re-clcctiun si
County Commissioner, nnd passed the fol
lawinj resolutions :
r.tschtl, That we, as members of the tem
perance commnmty, arc determined not ta yield
to the enemy, but to persevere until the profits
ble sale of liquor as a beverage shall be ban
ished from the Elite.
Rctolvtd, That no law can Le thureughlj en-
" .r?. r.' v , """'f" i"e :'"VV.
of aach a chance of our present law as will
make it the interest as well as the amy 01 oar
i once cuicers to prosecute au yiwtu iu tucti
eTen by giving tbom in addition to their pres
ent fets and lalaries, one-half of the fines reeoT
tred, and in case of their neglect authorizing
any private individual to do fo.
Tus Fkishet. Mr. L. Davis' dam au
the Lamoille river at Boat Georgia was car
ried away on Saturday, causing a damage of
At RroKnsvillc two dams across New
Haven river the one of a tsw-mill and the
other of an axe factory broke away, and
the Joss is estimated at $2,000. At Wcy
bridge the large dam across Utter Creek ;
in Sboreham a bridge across Lemon Fair,
and in Jiristol a bridge orer the New liar en
river were alio carried away on Satorday.
Tiklate Fkesbbt. Parker's factory at
Quotchy, A'i. was much damaged by the lite
(real let, the dam and lower floor being swept
In Brasher Falh, N. A', during the late
freliet the water rose so fast as to wet
lere iu (be village to their waists before
they could reach a higher street.
Tlie Legislature of Virginia adjourned
nut die Satorday night lieutenant Gover
nor Uoivper, ia his speech, declared that the
people of the South are now more loyal to
the Union than the citizens of other parts
of the republic.
Fall in Coal. At the late auction sale
of coal in New York, prices (ell off $1,15 to
$1,9C per ton on stove and egg sizri rang
log from $6,70 to S.50 per ton The N. T.
Timer tars that this is the serersst reaction
that lias taken place since the commence
ment of "the retrograde movement." On
the Isuof yesterday's prices the skirt ton
(2,000 pounds) of store coal would cost -nly
$8,25 delivered in New York or Brooklyn,
or over fifty per cent, less than the maximum
rale during the mid-winter months.
Tut Succauraa. The Barton Slmdari
says the smugglers recently arrested on the
line arc loud in their denunciations of certain
officials, accusing them oi being interveted
in the smuggling of contraband goods over
the line, and averring that they would all he
brought out, "cuss 'em."
Inroaxisr Ijiw Scrr. The Bennington
Banner tells now Jack Rreese -'shook (dice)
for the drink" wiih a hotel man at Hoosick.
Unfortunately he lost, and having no money
to liqaidata, the landlord took Jack's bat
tram his head, to apply on the debt This
left ltrecse'e head open to the bron?,whcrrby
he contracted a bad cold which settled in his
toe. AVhcreupon be sued the landlord both
lor the hat and for damages, and got both.
Mine host being compelled to hand ot the
tile and a $5 greenback.
Boston Tins. We are informed hy Mr.
E. B. Floyd, who regulates and has charge
of the same, that the City Clock at the bead
of Church Street, will be made hereafter to
exactly correspond with Boston time.
Sr. Albans. They had a lively time at the
St. Albans town meeting, and took three
bsllots to elect a Constable The Selectmen
ehosen are Aletor At wood, Daniel R. Potter,
and S. 11. Boynton. First (Nonstable A.
11. Mason. A tax of 100 cents on the dol
lar vow voted.
Pluxbob. Joseph Bacon's horse, so CD
titled, has been poMto Patrick McKeon, of
Troy, for $300.
MovrptxicK-fhc Episcopal Church k Society
(Ilev.Mr. Shclton's) are moving earnestij ia
the matter of a new place of worship, and
deserve, as they will probably retime, abun
dant saecew. It is their purpose to raise
The Baptists in Montpelier are also en
dec to ring to raise lands for r. church build
ing. Tbo town expenses of MontpeKer isr the
Poor last year were $1,S15; for road and
sidewalks $2,810; new bridges $-J,7Cl ;
total of Selectmen's ordero $11,280.
Rex Away. A doable team belonging to
S. Ilerson of Sbelburn, hitched in the rear
of 1'red. Smith' Soar etore, broke luetc
Wednesday and ran. They .went up Pearl
Street nnd down College Mrest, until
brought to a sudden standstill, by one of the
bones slipping oO" from the embankment in
'tbe Hollow," and getting east under the
plank side walk.
A 1C lbs lunge was caught in Stone pond
in Glover the other day.
Ton voung men, who liave served honor
Wy in tho army, are wantcu as a nanu ui
music at Norwich. Their college expenses
will be remitted.
Jacob Spoor, of West Vrookfield, was
found dead in his mill on Tuesday morning
of last week ; he was 75 years old and in
good health up to the time of his death.
R. Pierce, Jr , of Lyndon, was fined, in-
d iding costs, $102. last week, for violating
tho ii,iuor law aDtl a ruan,ity of ,lic
" croa ure" vzs ailed on ,l5 P!" End
Mr Rolli 3nCDt for JIr" i'carJ' at St
Albans, who "FI to have abscond
ed with a large . the latter , moBoy,
has returned to St. cd Ktt,rf w,th
The fish pond belong f S&
n Danby. gave way durfnS f'
carrying cff. as is estimated, otcr ,00 U.
of different varieties ot fish, ainlj spelled
trout, which bad been raisc-l with great
care and expense.
One day last week D. A. Ride.'' r
nington cut open a perfectly sound pump
kin, and found the seeds had all commenced
to sprout, some of them shooting up ta ir
than an inch in length, while the roots wcrer
- . ... .. : -T. i
din the pumpkin, which .
strongly lastenca in me pumpkin,
Km evmirJctelv filled with vecctatiun. .
A chambermaid named Margaret Morri-
; T r , v ir .t.
eon, in St. Johnsbury House, tho other day
got on the rampage, assaulted, and consider-I
i.i ::...! i, Tindlridv. and kent two '
or three srcnUcman boarders who came to
tho rescue at bay (or a time.
David Scott, of Elmore.wts arraigned last J
week nnd bound over in $230 to appear at
the next term of the County Court for steal
ins f heep from the flock of Leonard Wood
The Pass. R. R. Co. has declared a f tock
dividend of ten per cent, in addition to the
January dividend of three per cent. This
atoek once ran down to from $2 to 5 pr (hare.
Iow it 11 owned by a few indiviJuali most
! lj by the directors-tbe etcci ha advanced
to about 70 Jicr Bharc,
and is paying
Take one of our Northern disanionists, of the
Radical stripe, as an illustration. A'ou mast
think in the croovc he marks out. sneak tha
sieeh hcdietates. Tote as he prescribes, and
du si 'meomplainingly, or the thundcrbolti of
nis wrata are launcncd at your devotad ties J. Un
the instant, you are a fol cr a knave, or a trai
tor, er a tyrant, cr a usurper, as to this rreaca
er of liberty may seem best Even the doctrine
of equality ceases to be available for your pro
tection. A'ou are a white nan, unfortunattly.
and this apes tie of freedom pays no heed to
nguu, except as liC comers teem upon isc
negro. AVc no longer live in a Republic resting
upon human equality. The poor white is the
Bottom or the social pyramid; the lucky black
forma the higher and superior part As thus
interpreted and managed, Congress becomes a
contrivance tar the benefit of the blacks, and
the Macks cnlr. AVhitc men's remonstrances
are trampled under foot ; white mta's claims
are spurned; white men's interests are dure
girded. Such at least is the gospel of Liberty
sua Lquslity, as it is expounded now-a-dajs by
the leaders ot the faction who sit in judgment
upon the unrepresented Southern States, and
threaten with revolution the administrators
of the Government who dare to defy the radical
Time was, and not long ago, when we
should have said at once on seeing or Lear
ine soak aXkart as the above " that's the
N. T. Iforrf." Xow-a-days it is not so
easily telling. The alxve might be from
the norld; or, wc are sorry to say.it
might be from tbe A'. Y. Timet. In fact it
if from the iV. Y. Times !
Fenms MmiNC. A meeting of the Cen
tres of the different circles iu A'crciont took
place in Fenian Hall last evening, to act on
the recent majvc
Tml Fenians. At a meeting of the
F:isjM of Lawrence Mass., Monday evening
Mr. Collins of New A'ork said tbe organiza
tion numbered 300,000 good and true men
in Ireland, and the officers are men who
have stvii service in the American war.
They had men in the British array, and
great quantities of arnn have been furnish
ed Km the country.
Col. Robert , the other president of the
Fenian brotherhood, has issued an appeal to
tae members of tbe order. He says: "Come
to' fight 3ie common toe in the only way in
which military aid can reach them. Not a
moment ig to be lost. A our prompt a.-rist-asjee
will enable u to take the field within
a few days. let men who will tight report
to Genera) Sweeney, and those who can con
libtitc tend their money at once to these
Lt-adsj.irtcrr for which tbey will receive
iri-h national bonds."
The following appeal to tbe Fcnfaas of
New Kngiand is sent out from Boston,
Brother t'enians of AYtr England.
The act preceding the shedding of blood
in Ireland has been consummated. The
grt-at charter cf human rights, the habeas
carpus has been suemded. Know ye, Irish
men of America, what this means? It
means a military surveillance of our island.
It means the forcible taking oi all arm,
the visitation of our brethren's homes, day
and night, by a hired alien yeomanry, the
subjection of Irish mothers and daughtere
to the nameloss insults of improvised mili
tary rabbles, aud the arrest and imprison
ment on t!ie merest suspicion, without trial
by jury, of Irish sons and fathers. We bade
onr brethren in Ireland ta rely uptn us.
Shall we now basely desert them ? The la-t
despatch from Stephens was, (bear it Irish
men of America; "If the habeas carpus is
suspended thm Ireland must strike talk the
arms sktntw wields.''
In the name of Ireland's God shall wc
hear and bear this and not lift a hand to
save or help ? Time lifts tbe curtain on tbe
drama ot Irish revoluti n. It us each as
sume 'tir varicus parts. Come together
then ; close together. Speak your minds
boldly, and convince our country and the
world that we are not braggarts, but true
and earnest men.
Jons M. Tobin, C. 0.
P. A. Slvxott. C. C.
Large and enthusiastic Fenian meetings
are being held in tbe larger cities, and it is
stated that large sums of money and quanti
ties of anas and ammunition are being col
lected. AVbat the excitement will all
amount to, we shall probably soon know.
Comtpcndenu of the Boston Journal.
Letter (rom A'erinvnt.
Bukllngton, A't., March 2, 1SCC.
The new and beautiful church edifice erec
ted (or the use of the Third Congregational
Srciety of this place, was dedicated on Tues
d.if last with appropriate religious services.
Rev. Dr. Kirk of your city, preached the
sermon and the Rev. Dr. Parmeleo, one of
the most venerable men of A'ermont, offered
the consecrating prayer. Tbe services
throughout were exceedingly imprctsive and
interesting the more so because the occa
sion celebrated the completion of those ma
terial and outward appliances of this young
society by which tbey are prepared to stand
well nigfi in the front rank of Christian or
ganizations in the State Set ofl four years
ago or so from the "mother church," few in
number and worshiping first in a court
house and then in tbe basement of their
present edifice, they may well receive tho
congratvilations of all good people on their
achievements. The sermon ably set forth
'-the power and value of public Christian
service," and was listened to with profound
toe csracc xnincx.
It is no difparagemcnt to any other church
! ediBcc .n Acnnont, to stato what all who
. Via Mr. u-.n t MhiO rllt tlllft HtlC far fitlT.
pafj ibcm all in tho design and execution
of all its parts. From tho corner stone to
the trifling mechanism by which the minis
ter, unobserved by the audience, adjusts the
gas lights which arc ten feet behind and
above him. durability and utility seem to
have been tbe study. The basement is built
of dark red ttiinc, the main walls of hard
sandstone and tbe quoins and other outside
ornaments, of blue limestone. Massive
towers rise from each iront corner, and one
of which is surmounted by a spire. The
roof is of slate.
In the basement are a charcl, two parlors
with folding doors between, and a pastor's
room. The main audience room is judged
to lc about fifty by seventy-five fect,and will
Fret about six hundrsd persons. Tbe finish
of this room is exceedingly beautiful and
cburebhke. The pews are built of chestnut
with black walnut rails and arms. The pul
pit and front of tho platform-are of black
walnut. The organ case and gallery front,
like tho pews, arc of chestnut trimmed with
black walnut. Tho whole effect ol such a
combination of these beautiful woods, coup
led with the substantial green damask up
holitcry, stained windows and softly tinted
walls, is beautiful to the eye and appro
priate and pleasant to the feelings.
The external appearance of tbe building
is massive and substantial. Commenced in
the spring of 1363, and thus carried foi ward
to completion, notwithstanding its friends
have been compelled to encounter nnd over
come obstacles unforeseen and not a few, it
r tands to-day an ornament to tnc city, a
WOrtuy monument 10 me nnsiiaa icai oi
the people :by
m,a -w.r.ie nv TTnose cuuixiouuuue uuu www i
-r ' , , , Qn eDdQrin2 Ut.
" ' . .vf.f . ;rl,;M, 1 m.n nnw '
and then are ready to make for the cause of
the R'dtemcr. The men who have aided in
J" tbaU ,ade away onc by one ; but
trUeturo itself will stand for the use
-,1 benefit of generations to come, a borne
(to such as find pleasure in ntlttbff ,
anu realize iuc pom. uu iom vi rui ,
1YEWS OF THE WEEK.
Nrw A'okc, Mar. 1.
The steamship Asia from Liverpool Feb.
17, via Qucenstown ISth, has arrircd.
The Royal assent has been given to the
bill suspending the habeas corpus in Ireland.
Upwards of 100 arrests had been made in
Dublin on tho 17th, principally strangers,
among them Col. John AA'illiam Brian, of
the Federal army. Many more arrests there
It is reported that the Emperor of Austria
is willing to tumuli .Uaxamuian any num
ber of troops required on condition that
Uicv bo incorporated into the .Mexican armv
and their expenses paid.
Diplomatic relations arc entirely cLscd
between Russia and the Papal Court.
There was urgent haste for the passage of
a bill repealing the habeas corpus in ire
land, owing to the reported departure of a
Fenian privateer from America, which has
since been known here to be a hoax . The
story apcared even by natna to tho steamer
Uuba now running between tiauimorc anu
New A'okk, Mar. 1
The steamer Eagle from Havana Feb. 21,
The French steamer Consisma has brought
A'era Cruz dtes of tho 13th, and City of
Mexico dates of the 10th.
Eight thousand Juarists were reported de
feated in Iichoacan, many killed, uou cap
tured. and the rest uisrrsed.
Seven hundred and sixty guerrillas bad
been dispersed at Esquirca, Isa forty kill
ed and wounded.
Pedro Martinez had been defeated in au
attack on two squadrons of the Emperor's
regiment on its way to&aitmo
lie lost several killed and .w prioqers.
ihetc successes are all reported on Imperial
Six hundred republicans had been defeated
at Sonora with 1111 killed and wounueii anu
loss of 150 muskets, Canto with -100 men
had suffered severely in Aceatnbacs, a jii-
uaudaloupc statistics to Jan. ist, snow
1000 deaths from cholera. Advices to the
17th say the pext is decreasing, but bad
made its appearance in Dominica.
Two American war steamers were at St.
Thomas ; five more were expected.
News from llayti says 1-ctlrarU is making
an excursion along tho coast, stopping at all
the porw, in a new war steamer.
The cholera was at Havana. A sort ol
cattle disease had appeared atSiera Moravia;
a large number of oxen had died with it
within 24 hours.
The small pox was increasing at Rega.
Three escaped convicts from Tortugas bad
been picked up in a small Iviat at sea. A
necro named Jeff. Berry, and two whites
named A. Dyer -and Fronton. Tbe names,
however, arc suppoKd to be false. Tbey
wore returned to Key West,
It was at first reported that one ot tne
whites was Spangler. The whites intended
to sell their comrade.
San Francisco, March 1.
Ijr-'e shipments of grain and breadstuff
are going to Australia, in consequence ol
the closing of tbe Chilian ports by Spam.
lie prospects of a large yield of grain anu
gold are splendid.
The rich placer mines of tbe North ar
attracting much attention
AVin. A. Brownine, private! Secretary to
tbe President, died this morning after sev
eral weeks illness. He was recently ap
pointed Secretary of Legation to Mexico.
(Special to the FreeFnsi.)
MlDDLXBCBT, Mat Oft 3.
Freight train from Burlington ran off tbe
track about two miles south of tbi station
this P.M. Fifteen ears off, some of them very
bndly smashed up. No one hurt, cause
New York, Mar. 5.
The steamer Costa Rica arrived kits last
night fnnn Aspinwall, Feb. 2Jd.
Ecuador bas wined tne alliance oi mm
and Peru against the Spaniards ; and tbe
prospect is that other republics will follow
A considerable disaster na boiauen tne
'eruvian navv, the steam frigate Amaion of
40 guns and iron-clad Loa having been run
ashore and proved a total lo.
The American steamer Uncle Sim had
been seized at Panami on suspicion of be
ing engaged in loading tupplies intenaeu lor
tbe Spanish squadron, and a guard of 50
'anama. soldiers placed on board of ber,
unng the pending investigation.
There had been little change in Chilian
affairs, all the Spanish fleet remained at
A alparaiso except the screw ingaies uiaue
Madrid and Blanco. These ves-els arc after
tho allied fquadron and were last seen oil
In Bolivia the civil war had ended, the
President having been victorious in a fight
at A'iacba. A general amnesty had been
granted to all political enemies. The situa
tion in Peru remains the same.
The Chinese laborers at the Chineba
islands attempted to massacre all the over
seers ; 20 were killed and wounded, when
the troops restored order.
. , . i l I... 1.1. -.1
Iboso Kilieu were nornuiy wumun
ith pickaxes, hammers anl knives.
Rumor rays an attempt wav roauc w oci-
throw the Government of tho Uietator ot
eru on the night of Feb. 13th by the ad
herents of the Government ; a complete fail
ure was the result and the ringleaders were
lodged in prison.
New A'oss, March 5.
Archbudiop McCIoskcy in nn exhortation
preliminary to tbe regular discourse in St.
Patrick's chureh yesterday, denounced Fc
nianism, callsd upon all Catholics to with
draw from it, and was jarticularly severe
on the Jones' AVoods demonstration.
A circular of tho Archbishop in op
position to the Fenian movements waB
read to the congregations of all
Catholic churches of the city by their
pastors, somo of whom accompanied the
reading by remarks of approval. While it
was being read in St. Bridget's Church, a
man in the assemblage rose and vehemently
protested against it. Several persons were
called upon by tho officiating clergyman to
put the disturber out, bnt declined to do so.
New A'ork, March 5.
A fire broke out between 12 and 1 o'clock
this morning in the five-story cotton storage
establishment ol Johnson, Lane & Co , 8
Ridgo street, and extending to 5 Pearl st.,
with every indication of an entire destruc
tion of the building. Loss estimated at
$500,000. Two thousand bales of cotton
were burned by this fire.
New Yoke, Mar. G.
The World's San Francisco special of tho
5th says a crisis in Mexican affairs on the
Pacific is iminent
The French troops in the northern and
western Mexican States have been driven ig
nominiously to tho coast and hemmed in in
a lew pott towns, whence they arc liable to
decamp on board their vessels of war lor
safety and disgust.
Mazatlan is besieged and its streets bar
ricaded. The Liberals under Corona arc
pressing close upon it in the rear.
Fighting has occurred, in which the Lib
erals aided by Americans recently enlisted,
The antipathy of the French and Imperial
Mexican! to Americans is increasing; there
arc instances where the Americans have
been thrown causelessly into prison and all
arc subjected to growing insults. Threats
of indiscriminate slaughter of Americans
arc boldly mado by Mexican Imperial author.
itics in certain towns. It is actually ncces-
. . ...........
sary that war vessels t dispatched by tho
U. S. Government to prevent trouble and
command decent respect for the U.S. citizens
and the American nag.
New Orleans, Mar. 5
The firemen's demonstration was one of
tfm finest ever wltaei here. The dcaion-
etrauoa paeu ou picasamiy wiin tnc ci-
ccption of a temporary arrest by tbe milli-
tary authorities of tbe band accompanying
Flag,' "Dixie." and other outnern airs.
Brownsville dates of the UStli ult., state
that Gen. Getty has assumed command of
memo urande District.
Military matters remain qiiet there.
Cortcnas was lurking about some 12
miles above Mattnmoras on tbe Mexican side
The death of the Liberal chief Mendcz is
confirmed. An imperial decree bas been
published which seems to do away with that
which made the port on the Rio Grande free.
New York, March 7.
The steamer Havana from Bio Janeiro,
Feb. 3d, has arrived. Advices from Rio
Janeiro are unimportant. AA'ar preparations
continued. An iron-clad had been dis
patched to the Platte, another was to follow
with some bomb vcs6cU.
The Brazilian government was firm in de
manding the expulsion of I.jpez as the first
basis ol any peac negotiations.
A society for the prelection of emigrants
had been organized.
Montevideo advices ol January 2ltb, say
no active movements hud occurred, both
sides are engaged in prep nations for a cam
paign in Paraguay, which was expected to
commence iu about a month
Two small skirmishes had occurred with
parties of Paraguayians who crossed the
In onc they surprised an Argentine out
post find captured two field piece, some
burses and cattle. In the other, they were
routed with tbe toss of two or three.
Tbe allied armies are xtill receiving rein
forcements ami have forty-five thousand men
at Pazo del la Patria.
Lopez bas ditched the road to Hiimaita,
and mined various points and hs- put all
capable of bearing arms, in the field.
ine lirazilian Uccc at Uorrtcntt was
waiting for high water which was approach
ing, lbe iron-clad Krazil with four gun
boats was ascending the I"aram to join it,
raising it to I gunboats and two iroa-claus.
All was quiet in tti IJoDlc'Orratioo and
New York, March 7.
A buhl robber named Geo. Gardner alias
Dutch Hcinricb, attempted to ;!. Mr. James
Roc, while depositing a sum in the Broadway
Itink yesterday afternoon anl though he
succeeded in getting th; package ol bills
into his bands, be was pursued so vigorously
that he was forced to drop the Uxitv, and
was finally captured and tikvu to the
Tombs. lie is the same tbirf who stole
two bags of gold containing 10,000 from
tbe Rink of Commerce about a year ago.
Ine World savs extensive fraud on tne
part of lager beer manufacturers in Brook
lyn on the Internal Revenue, had been dis
covered. CiNe-ixxATt. Mr. 7.
Samuel Covert, who has been on trial at
Lebanon, Ohio, tor murdering tl Rosa
family at Dccrfield in December lr64, has
been brand guilty ot murder in the first de
gree Wasiujctox, March 7.
Gen. Grant went to AVest Point this
morning to attend tbe funeral of Col Bow
At the Alexandria tkction Ttsterday the
sreesh ticket was elected by about 200 ma
jtinty. The Mayor elect was in the rebel ser
vice and so were several others on the ticket.
Last night Fred Douzlars lectured in Al
exandria. A strong military fircc prevent
ing any hostile demonstration.
BcaujiciToa Bum km Cousoe. Tauiastita-
tion ta designed to impart to young men a sound
practical tviinett education which shall fit
tbem fbr active duty in any department of busi-
i. Tbe College Monthly with all information
may ba obtained by addrtaeinr; Bryan Stratton
ana Hoyt, Burlington Vt.
Burliofrton Sept. l.lfCo if
AxuRAoi Lira Daor. Tbey never fail !
Root's PesTtcnxrc a pearl among the nos
CAM 1IUI1IBR CATTLE ajAKKKr.
WanasstiaT Jfar. 7.
By Tdtfiapa to tbe Free Press.
tfsaoast cf lit stock at market.
Cattls, Shsep X Lambs, I late
Thia wet 7SI mt
Bair Cattui Extra fat ami heavy premium Ox
en. tlJwl s 1375; Brat ooalilv 6o lata):
aoeondqaabty ll SO SC Ui; third iinality Jlo
& C II Ui 100 Ika, on util woieht of tudo, tallow
and drcasad boot A few choiOMt ainxlo parrs.
f U 0.
Woriiac Ozn iira ta. i,air or
aeeordiac to their value as beef- it an l atom To
Uieh Cows, fair aaalltr. 115 a : . titrarood
9,1 St iml with or wittouut Calves, as may be agreed ,
farm and ordinary X O I i.
baoop aaa lmos r 7 el ; extra P si 9 eta s
B on bro weisht.
moms niieaio i.'ar ise.
Hide Brishtvn. '' 0 loc s lb Coaslrv lets
i sr sc.
cau-iBS, loe per a.
Tallow, e a 1 a lew per !b.
Polls, with wuol oa, J." VJ each ;
JtaoAaKS. iattlo a cold. Miter:u'. Matah
day; oid weather for tho aio ol l'u.t , and tho
ouicners are nuyins wiui a prospect ! a better
market ft the sales of Beef Uiu wt-tk than last.
Tho namber st market this week u tout double
what Unro was last, Some of the tattle were ver
cuod. bat more of ordinary uuaiitv. Soiee Uruk.
bntat about the Mme urma ai aoted lost week.
Last year,al!boiih bo. ton baiehers pan! iSc per tb.
they tawfewsoeh tralloekj as were at market to
day, beeaaM tho New Vork butchers were tKon
aiie to overbid tliem. Twelve oxen, fed by tho J.
31?Llleu tro., of IMorSeM, were Uii to dra
lbs nor bullock, mod one pair fed br Charles Jones.
of the saasetowa, were laid at i;o n'. each. Vet
m (. per c waa us niznut n-ure ue balcbera
ft ere willia: to tdro. and nod lota were Juld at l.j.
Tliere ore !aiv abeep. lea than but week.
only two eirt loadj from the Wet. There were
quick tales, and improvement in pr cos of from
t to i ex. ier a. too nemana lor mutton i.u uoea
improved er the late ru Tit in tho papers about
tbt danger of eating perk, and by the lact that it is
by fr th ebeapest meat iu market. 1 here are no
live sheep from Maine. Of the cattle littT are
WcitoraaBd 4e from Maine, the Ialab04 from St. 11.
Vt. and Mam.
t. Central 1st mortgage 25
Flour steady, Westem snprrhoc 7 a
7.50, Common extia .." a 'J.00, Medium
0-75 a 11.00, it. Iui8 1 1.25 a 10.50.
Com rpiict Wiftem mixed Set a 90c,
Oats stcadr. Northern and Canada CO a
Butter 35 a 45c.
Cheese IS a 23c.
1 ii'i i i.it. ot.t wAV t v vr - i .
Charles F. Colllni of Barllntos, and Floteneo A.
Ooodwln of Winooski.
In EAfoi. Feb. iii. br 7. W R. Nick.iU Kan If.
Loren Unwell, to Miss Nancy CaiwelL both of
At Colchester. Vt . Mireh a. Ik-v;. ,r the Rer. J
E. Jtetcalf. Mr. U. P. Coinlns of L me. N. v.. to
Mijs A. C. Adams. dau;hter of John Q. Alanu.
Esq., cf tho former plaoo.
Ia Colchester, on the morninr of Msreh UJ. Lonti
Allapaa, aU one hnndred and one years. The de-
ccuefl was n native or Canada, but has resided for
the past thirtr or fort V rem ln(!alehter&nil r.nr.
llnplon. Ho was an Industrious, tempera to worthy
eltfzen. and respected by all who knew him.
In Cambriaseon tho 24d nit., Reuelaer Head,
Eft., an early Inhabitant and a worthy and esteem
ed citizen cf that town. In tho 81 year of his a;e.
In San Franeixw, Ca., Feb. Stb, Charles Loomlt
Peck, son of John H. Peck, of Burllcon, Vt.,
aed 30 years
In thia city, this P. 31., of Tvphoid ferer, James
A. Smith, senior partner of the firm of Smith &
Wins, aged 45 j ears.
Inltlehmeni, the 4th Init, Mrs. Mary, wire ef
Artemis Flajj, al 71 yeirs.
SMOLiAXDEIf.S EXTRACT Bl'CKtT
Cures Kidney Disese.
SMOLAXDEIl'S KXTKACT JJL'CKU
SMOLAXDER'S EXTRACT JIUCKU
Cures Urinary Diseases.
SMOI.tXDER'S EXTRACT HUCKL'
SMOLAXDER'S EXTRACT ISL'CKC
Tho BEST Flald Extract BVCKV now before the
public. IS SMOLJXDEirs. per all diseases above,
and for WEJK.VESS and rjlXSlxrilEBJCK,
FEMALE COMPZatXrS, and disorders arUInj
from EXCESSES OF JXV KI.VD, It Is perfectly
l.vrJLUJBLE. For sals by aU Apothecaries ev
erywhere. PRICE O.VE DOLLAR. TRY IT t
TAKE .TO OTHER I
BtntLnaa & Uotics, Vf hol.ti'.o Xirustlits, f6
Hanover street, Boston, General Asents.
engine No. 13, for playing
Flair.' "Dixie." nnd other
nilAXDRETII'S l'lLLS. INFLUENZA,
DIPHTHERIA In lnSammatorr affections,
when no MeedinzU permitted, afreausaot those
Pills toon raodiaej tho aUnnlns symptoms, and
rercveran;e. aceardinj to tho directions, usually
qal kly caret, andcertalaly nothing la rbked In
wins Brandreth't Pills. For cold fnflaenxa, diph
theria, pains ef tho head, dizziness and apoplexy, !
no medicine caa bo cooparod to them, ta erystp
lis, fever and a;rae, small-pox, and In all the dli-
eaies of childhood, their an lararca a epeedy
recovery of health. They prodnea these results
simply hy taaln; from the blood Iu impurities,
THIS VITAL I'LITII) FREE.
to aid a weik 'locality to recover its proper and
neccuiry "itatas" cr health.
niUXDRETlTS PILL3 havo affinity for tho
SUBJECT MATTKl. OP DISEASE, and ciose Its
CERTJIX EXPULSW.r FROM THE BOUT.
A HOUSEHOLD XECESS1TV EXIST
FOR. THE USE OT
Durno's Catarrh SituiT,
Whleh,in tho Hrt stages of a cold acts like mal;
Headache, Hoarseness, Diphtheria and Bronchitis,
e Kjcs, Deafness, BadTaitoandSmell.beln: the
result of Catarrh. This snaa" removes and prevents
all these, and insures a healthy Head. Its effects
are pleasant and safo even f Infanta who -from
Ithasthehlsbut provisional testimonials,
by all DrngsU, or sent by Mill to all parts
fiirSOeenLs for One Box, or II forfonr Boxes.
Address, JAS. DUlt.NO. P. O. Box I2K,
Wholerale, by D. BARNES CO., 2 1 Park How, N. .
n-n a. dwsm.
IMI'ORTA.AT TO FEMALES. -THE
elebntad DR. DOW continnes to devote bis entb
tleaeti ths fott nat of all diseases tnetden t ton
female system. An experience of twenty-three
ears ea ablos him to suarinteo speedy and perma
aeat relief in the werie f Suff ihi'm znA t
eraer 3f enttntAl Dtr&nf tmtnts ,frm uSerr eent'
AU letters for ad rice mult contain 1. OSiee.
9 End loot t street, Boston.
.N. Board mrnietiel to those who wtsh
remain under treatment.
Boe'on, June M. I9CS. dawly
itch: itch: itch:
Scratch ! Scratch ! Scratch '
WILL CCRE THE ITCH IN U HOURS.
Also care Salt P.arrn, Ulctih, CniLSLAi.ts. and
all Raci-rio.xs or tui Ssix. Pries SO cents. Por
sale by all druggists.
By i-mlini CO eonti to WEEKS i POTTER, Gen.
AlTBts, IMWashlnirton street, Beaton, It will bo
forwarded br mail, free of postare.to any address in
the United State.
Oct. as, !-5-dalrr
a couch, cor.n. or sore throat-
Htauirts immediate attrition and ihcvlj I
cktckel. If allowed ta continue,
Irritndoii of the I,un-r, a Permanent
Thront Allection. or an Incurable
is orrai tue besclt.
Ufona'.'S Ilronchial Troches
Bavins a direct ixrtrucc ox tbk parts, give
IX UKDIATE BKUtr.
I'o Hrotichitix, A-tliuia, I'ntarrh, Con
snmptlte nnd Thront Diseases,
TEeCHSS ARE USES WITH ALWATS GOOD SCCCES"
SlNOERS AND PUBUC SPEAKERS
will lad Trecles useful In elelriax the volee when
taken 1-efore Stasis: or Speakinx- and relierin;
the throat after an unasaat exertion of the vocal
organ. The TrtAri are reeommesded and pre
scribed by Phyahmns, and bare had testimonials
from eminent tuea throuzhcut the oeuntry. Beioj:
an article of true merit, and baring nne4 their
by a test of many roars, eaeb sear fsd
in new biealitiostn various parte of the world
and tbo 7Vtt are universally prooouseed letter
than other article.
Obtain only '-Baow.i' BocanLTaocn..," an
4 not take any of tbe irortkUx InMMtm that
may bo ottered.
Sold ovesy whor la tbe United States, and
Forsism Countries, at 33 cents per box.
STORSlIXn THK STROXGIIOI.IIS
of prejadio nnd miaepprebenrion, and carrjing all
before It CKlaTlooaoN baih nrx pome its mirch
oraocees. Like thoee of the Union, lueolors are
the eynosares of every eye, Its victories lea vt jo
stais. It tarns thousands of heads, and e harms in
nqinoralilo heart. Contalnine no caustic element,
it cannot injure Ue hair or blemish the skin. Maa
mfaetnred by J. CP.13TADOR0, No, 6 Astor Hon.
New-Toik. Sold by drncxUts. Applied by aU
Hair Dressers. danlm.
.IX I.MMEXSEE MIGRATIOX.
An immense emigration wQl poor down Into tbe
Southern State with tbe restoration of peace.
Thousand! of souUera refasees, from alt the towns
and cities of too North, wilt return heme : thou
sands of northers soMlers will move ia the same
direct ien, and settle, in the closest bonds of union,
anion; their son them brethern ; and, la obedience
to the laws of demand and supply, thousands of
northern termers, mechanics, and laborers, will
swell the mbxhty votntue fer the repeepliB; and
rebnildiasj the wast pbtee ef "the sassy South."
In anticipation ef this grand diversion of the tide
of emigration, and from the increasing demands
upon them, the proprietors of HOSTETTER'S
CELEBRATED STOSIACH BITTERS are putting
np additional thousands of boxes of tneir universal
ly popular tonle and alterative.
We have the testimony of soldiers, sailors,
travelers, trappers, miners, eaicrants, refusers,
farmer and planters, North and South, "a cloud ef
witnesses," tnat as a safe an reliable remedial
agent, and as a protection axalnst all tbe compli
ant incident to exposure, privation, change of
climate, diet, water, and habits of life, HOSTHT
TERy BlTTERJosed as directed, are worthJtl.eIr
weight in gold. North or South. ICommnnteated.
It Is also proper to state that tbe Bitters are
sold exelosltelv in glass, and never under any oir
c instance by the gallon or tbe barrel. Impostors
and imitator are abroad, and the only safeznard
the public bas agalnit them fa to see that ike Bit
ters they bay have tbe engraved libel and note ef
hand of Messrs. Ilostetter t Smlth.and oar proprie
tary stamp over tho cork ef the, bottle.
March Sd. dawlw.
AI.LCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS.
CURE LUMBAGO, PAINS OF THE SIDE, VARI
COSE VEINS, SORE CHEST, ie.
An Elcctiieian, who has great experience of
their eOteis in local rheumatism, in tie dohmux,
and deep-seated nervous and other pain.', and
in aneetinn of the ktdnets.ete, etc, attribute. all
their sedative, stimalaUve, and palu-relievinc;
etfecta to their tltcme quilltie. Ha aascrts they
restore the health electric condition ( equilibrium
of the part, and liar Vein; restored, pain and mer
Md action cease.
Brandreth Rouse, New Yerk, Nov. 3, 103.
T. Allcock i Co Uentlemcn ; I lately suKVred
severely from a wealness In my baek llavise
heard your Plasters much recommended In cases of
this kind I procured one, and the resalt was alt
that I oonM deilre. A single Plaster eared me In
a week. Yours, Respectfully. J. G. BRICUS
(eceral Agency, Brandreth Ilouje, New York.
Sold by all Dealers in Medicine. daw Ira
MAKE YOUR OWX SOAP:
Satin? and Using your Wate
Buy One Boat of the
Penn'a Salt Manufacturing Co.'s
s .i i' o wV i r i r, ir
(Patents cf 1st and Sth.Feb 153S.)
COXCK.NTKATUU LYE !
It w'H make 10 POUNDS of excellent Hard Soap,
or 25 GALLONS of the very best Soft Soap, Ur
only about CENTS. Directions on each box.
For sale at all Dm- and Grocery Stores.
Pat cne . ox ef SaponlUer into three gallons of
water, (knock eff the end, and let the box boll until
It empties Itself, then take out the box,) add four
and a half pounds of fat, and let It SeifS hoars and
10 minutes. Then add a small half pint of salt,
and let It continue I Ilia; 33 minutes longer, when
vou add half a gallon cf A water, and let It come
taaboll. Four a small tumblerful of cold water
Into a tab or box to wet It round the sides, then
empty the soap In; tostanaall night, and cot
In bars In the morning.
Male In the sams way, with tbe exception of
adding fifteen gallons of water acd no salt. AU
foil arid is est iron lettie.
Mar. C dawCmos.
WON'T USE AXT OTHER.
The list an the best the right article Anally
everybody like It Is purely vegetable ; restores
grey hair .la four weeks, or money refunded. It
will do It every time. Three applications wilt care
all humors cf the scalp. Ask fbr fTEBSTER'S
YEG ETABLE HA IR IXJ1GOR A 0 ff,and dont take
FOR SALE BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
j ERRORS OP YOCTII .
A isnUeman who tutored &r rears frum Nervous
j Dabillty, Prematura Doisy, aad all theeflecUof
youthful Indiscretion, will fbr the sale cl suffering
humanity, scad free- to all whj need It, tho'redpo
and directions for.maals: the simple remedy by
which he was cured. Soffcrea wiihleg to profit by
tkoadverUjertexicrlenee.cAne-oso by addrcs-
In;, In perfect confidence. J0I1NB.0GDEN,
w3m. No, 13 Chamber St.. Sew.Tsrk.
PERRY'S MOTH AND 1'RECKL.EL.O
TI OX. Chloasma, orMothpatch, (also LIrerspot,)
and Lentigo, or Freckles, are often very annoying,
particularly to ladies of light complexion, lor tho
discolored rpots show more plainly oa the faca of
a blonde thin a brunt tte t but they greatly iaar j
the beauty c-f either ; and any preparation that
will effectually remove them without Injuring the
texture or color of the skin is is certainly a deslde
ratlm. Dr. B. C. Perry, who has made diseases o
the sUn a specialty, has discovered a remedy for
these discoloration?, which is at once prompt, infal
lible and harmless.
Prepared only by B. C. TERRY, Derma teloght.
No. 49 Bond Street. New York, and fer sale by aU
druggists -, price $2 per bottle. Call for
PERRY'S MOTH and FRECK'.E LOTIOS.
Sold by all Drusgii ts la Burlingten.
Dec. 13. wm
Olitlvxexs Having bad frcquentoceasiess to use
PERRY DAVIS" PAIN KILLER
and seeing it used by others, I - an say that I re
gard it at tbe beat preparation extant whaa tried
in time, or In the Urit stages 'f that very prevalent
otaapUInt. I recommend all persons who hase, or
use horses, to have It eoeetantly oa band for cues
For the human family, both as au Internal and
external remedy, the Pain Killer is so lavorably
known that it Is almost uscles to call attention to
8. STEWART, Druggist Hebron, O.
Feb- 2S. wlmo
IIU1MEA.M) I'LL UO YOU GOOD."
DR. L.1.YG LEY'S
liool and Herb Bitter,
A STANDARD 3IBIICINE;-wltnout the pes
sfbllltyof a doubt the be;t remedy known
for tho following and alt kindred cuVeasee . Indi
gestion, CostlrewJ, Lirer Ouiplaint, Piles,
arhe, Heartburn, Dispepaia, IHisines, Scrulula,
Salt Rheum, Languor, Laziness, Debility, Jaundice,
Flatnlency . Humors, Fool Stomach, Ac.
By tbe timely ase of this mod tcine the blvod Is
purified. The appetite Is restored. The system Is
strengthened. The liver I invigorated. The
breath is svecteaed. The complex! mi Is leautified
And the general health i restored.
A gentle laxative. An aggreeaMe took. A
splendid appetiser. A barmlesi stimulant. A re
viver of drvopiac epiiit.
Sold by all Dealers in Medicine ererv where
Crockery, China, (iln and
Xos. 2:ind UHiun Block, t'hiirch Street,
Tbe nnderslgned, proprietors of tbe above est&b
hmeat, desire to call public atteatian to their
increased facilities for ike tatter aoeomeaodatloei
of their patron. They have sot only greatly en
larged and beantlBesf thefr salesroom, bat nave
correspondingly Increased and Improved their
stock. All goeds namea in the following list thev
wlllozTeron the most reasonable terms, at whole
sale and retail, nz.
of nanst quality and very desirable shape.
plain, geld band aed decorated. In sett or assert
aaebt. Table Cla. M arcKeroseiic I.amp.
I,miliTii iinil.t haudeliers,
fiesa the eh ea peat to the richest detM,as4 all
goods pertaining to the lamp trade, inch &s
0H15INEYS, BUKNEES AND WICKS.
rLATED GOODS, of Rogers Bro.'." and " Hed
M t Priced" make.
TABLE CUTEERY, of the best manufaetcfe.
JAPANNED CIIA3f BER SETTS,and RICH FANCY
Sunn al FANCY COLOGNE SETTS, VASES, LAVA
and PARIAN QOO DS. it.
And they would ea'l especial to the-r stock ef
Cfolh anil Fa per ll'iiuloic
Shades and Fixtures,!
r.. o. vfiuEn .v co.
March Ttb.tiett. w!f
'IMIE bUBSCRIBER being desirous of remorlnc
X West, offers tor ale his rea,dence and practice
ot medicine, in the village of Guildhall, the shire
town of Essex County, Vermont, consisting or an
excellent set of buildings in good repair, with about
two acres of good land, situated on the bank of the
Connecticut River three miles from the Grana
Trunk Railway. For convenience and beauty of
loeatloa this situation is unriraUed, roads level
and in goM repair. School, Academy and two
Churehes within a few red of the dwellinr, good
society, and every way an agreeable and remuner
ative location fbr a Country Praetloianer.
The practice Is worth about sixteen hasdrod dol
lars a year, and constantly increasing. Full dis
cnptl'W of premises and terras given by letter t
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CHARLES .MCNEIL'S ESTATE.
f-TATE OF VERMONT,
MIE Hen. the Pro
nisraicT er chittixds5, ss.
bate Courtier tho
mstriet or e nitteaoen.
To all persons interested In the estate ef Charles
MeMel, late of Cbajlotte, ia siW Distrkt. dtcess
tVheress, said Court hath aarig&ed the tth day
oflApril next for tie settlementoftheadnrlnlitra
tlonfaccount of lbe ezeeutors cf the last will and
testament of I harle.31e.Veli deceased, and ordered
thatpablic notice thereof be given to all eersens
Interested In said estate, by pabHrbing this order
three weeks surecssively previous to the day as
signed, in the Burlington Free Press, printed In
Burlington, in said District.
Therefore, ) oa are hereby notlSed to appear at
tbe Probate Court rooms, la Burlington, en tho
day assigned, then and thero to Contest tho allate
ance of said account, ifyoa see cause.
Given under my hand, this 7th day cf March,
A. D. iSf.
T. E. WALES, Judge.
SILAS HEXHAM'S ESTATE.
STATE OF VERMONT, irilUE HeneraMe the
District of Chittenden, ss. J JL Probate Ceurt.with
in and for the District of Chittenden
To all persons nteretted in the estate ef Sila
Benham, late f Jericho, ia said District, deceased.
WuEBEas, said Court hath assigned the 27th day
of March inL. fur the settlement of the adminis
tration account of the Executor of the tail will
and tr.tament of said deceased, and ordered that
pahlie notice thereer be given to all persens inter
ettcd tn "aid estate, by publishing thia jrder three
weeks succepsirelr previous t the day astigned. In
the Burlington Free Press, printed In BurlTngtsn,
tn slid Dietriet
TuEBiroRE, yon are hereby notified taanpmr at
the Probate Ceurt rooms, ta Furllngten, ea the
day assigned, then and there ta contest tho allow
ance of said aeccnnt. If 70a tee cause,
ejlren under my hand, this 2d day of March. A.
D. i see.
T.E. WALES, Judge.
PATIENCE BARKER'S ESTATE.
STATE OF VERMONT.
CJHIK Hon. the
i X Probate Court
District or Chittendea, ss.
lor the District of Chittenden.
To all persons interested in the estiteot Patience
Darker, lato cf Charlotte, ia said district de
Whereas, said Court hath assigned Ue 27th da
of March Intl., for the settlement of the admlrie
tration account of the executor or the last will
and testament of said deceased, and ordered that
public notice thereof be given to all persons Inter
ested In said estate, by publishing this enter three
weeks lucccuitely previous to the Car assixned, iu
the Burlington Free Press printed In Burlington,
In said district.
TifEBEroRC. you are hereby notified to appear
at the ProbateCouit Rooms, in Burlington, on the
day assigned, then ..nd there to contest the allow
ance ot laid aeeennt, if you see cause.
Given under my hand, at the Probate Court
Rooms, this 2d day of March, A. D.
W37w3 T. E. WALES, Judge.
HARVEY HEECIIER'S ESTATE
STATE OF VEBMONT.UpHE Honorable the
District of Chittenden, nil. Probate Court for the
District or Chittenden.
To all persens interested in the estate of Harvey
Becherlate of Huntington In said Dtitrict,deceased.
WnzBEis. said Ceurt hath assigned the 13th day
of March next for the settlement of the adminis
tration account of the executrix of the lajt will
and testament ofsald deceased,and ordered that pub.
lie notice thereof Le tirea t all persons interested
In said estate, by publishing this order three week
successively previous to the day assigned, in tho
Burlington Free Press printed la Barllngton, la
TuERiroai, yoa are hereby notUed to appear at
the Probst Court rooms, lo Burlington, on the
day assigned, then and tlere to oontest the allow
ance ofsald account, if too see cause.
Given nnder my hand, this IVth day of February
A. D. ISM.
T E. WALES, Jadae.
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