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THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING, jSIARCH 93 I860.
. m. i.:-r r,t. tlie " asiiington, jiarcn 11. -i it was rumoreu that be had been disposed ot iumiuuuu ass..-..t m,
Knocr Isiaxd. Tbc chief feature of tuc i for every one.
Rhode Island Kepublican State Convention, , T,. mir States. The world Ii is Inundated now with medicines of
.:. . I Despatches from BrcTrnsrillc Texas, of I every description which are warranted euref for
nomination by acclamation of Major General Oat cf 850 applications tb'c President jes- ho Wth say that the Imperialists in Hex- ery known and unknown species of disease, that humanity, send free to all who need It,
n.,:.i.. r. fih. State, one ol ""J appointed ten iei roini raUC. ' "", " . . . . . r " . " . -r.
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"1 ' I afgiCII W CUTS CTCITCQQPIUQI IHQWD HI U
Ihe intention was to
the best things that has been done within
ih rlom.in of rviKlir Inr a lODC tittle. Wc
trust that it closes forever the breach which
Executive to appoint ten cadets from the
country at large.
. Senator Foot's continued illness has
... ; .i, nv- r aiarmea ms Incnas ana urioiie icars arc en-
nas so long wen rrj,'"- -- tcrtained for his recovery.
the Rhode Island Kcpublicans. The defences of Washington north of the
Potomac arc to be dismantled. The milita
ry district of Cist Tennessee his been abolished.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
HI' T GLEG RA I'll.
New Yobk March 15.
A Washington despatch eays theKingof
Belgium baa cent an embassy to VToshiag
ton to announce his accession to the throne
of that Kingdom.
The Cabinet held a special session jester
day. It is stated that the removal of Comptrol
ler Clarke was under deliberation.
The Ways and Means Committee will
probably allow the increand taz to remain
as it is. It will increase the import duty on
foreign wines at least 100 per cent.
1Iii.ii.ji, March 17.
So eizn of the steamship Asia now over
due trom lioston lor Liverpool. A thick foe
strike the different I Materia Medici. In snukln-nf noiTrrrta'i Un
hands of Republicans simultaneously, defeat ties. We refer to a rreoarttlon which limits itself
ana Disperse them, open up the communica- I to one department cf the bodr the itomach tbe
non between the Kio Grande and interior of
the country and revive commercial relations.
Garrisons arc to bo placed on eligible
points on the various roads, and such ar
rangements to bo made as would render the
country open and peacclul.
ERRORS OF YOUTE.
A gentleman who t offered fur j earj from Nervous
DsblUty, Premature Delay, and all the effects of
youthful Indiscretion, will fur the sake ci suffering
which he wu cured. Sufferes wishing to profit by j
the advertiser's experience, can do io by address
ing, in perfect confidence. JOHN B.OGDEN,
w3m. No, 13 Chamber St., New. Vort.
I A&ii jArl OF YODH I.TPEI merciiaivtsivatiowal
PATD. SopC 5, 1805.
Blttalo, March 17.
The New York Central K.R. freight house
and elevator on Ohio street was destroyed by
(lie this morning Loss tery heavy.
San Frascieco, March 19.
Gen. McDowell is on his way back from
A Vigilance Committee is organizing in
Arizona. It numbers 1G00 members and is
increasing. A perfect police sy6tcm is maintained.
Kiw York, March 15.
A meeting ol those who were Union
prisoners in Charleston, S. C. in
1SC1-2, was held at the Metropolitan,
to make arrangements to tender to Disbop
Lynch, who is here soliciting funds with
vhich to rebuild the Orphan Asylum of
Charleston, the proceeds of a lecturo to be
delivered at the Academy uf Music The
Bishop was very kind to the prisoners in
Castle Pinckney, leaning them money and
furniehing them with many neco-cary articles.
The Times bas a letter Irora Mexico which
tajs it is bciDg generally attertcd that M.
Langlois, Minister and Secretary of Treasury
of Mexico wbotc sudden death has been pub
lished ,was poisoned.
WisuiNCTOs. March 15.
It is intimated in uuppt-rhcad circles here
that the President hrs ltn removing some
radical pert mactcru in Connecticut but I
can find no foundation fur tbc statement.
Tbc democratic candidate for Governor,
James L. English, is Lore, and has had an
interview with President Johnson, but ho
has got no fledges.
Every member of the Cabinet is known to
UI.G11V 11V CUbCN VJ .111. IIKCk
in that State.
It is probable that Sceiclary Welles will
authorize the pulicntion of a letter which
he has written to Conn, on the subject of
The Intelligencer this morning in an nr
ticle on the Loan bill which is expected to
come up this niterncon in the House, tnvt :
There are large interests hostile to the con
traction of the currency and they are gath
ering jnftcad of losing strength. The entire
restrictive high tar ill' interert is oppo-cd to
it, the sjicculators and manufacturing class.
And the larcc importers who are carryinjr
immense stock of coods at exaggerated cur
rency, and lastly the Kantional lianks which
arc making large profit uon their details,
the amount ol which would be essentially
lessened by a reduction of the currency.
The House has been somewhat cxciied
over an attempt on the part of Green Clay
Smith of Ky., to mke a iicrsunal explana
tion in reference to the proposition to admit
the Southern representative. He pro
nounced the doctrines . nunciated by Tnad.
Stevens and others a-' damnable, and for
this was called to order by the Speaker and
the House then on motion of Mr. Banks
voted on the proposition that Smith shall
proceed in order.
The House refused at first but afterwards
gave bim five minutes.
Tne House Committee on Foreign Rela
tions, had up the Mexican bonds indemnity
bill this morniDg and listened to explana
tions from Romero, the Mexican minister.
'zw Yoke, March 17.
A Montreal dispatch saysthc Government
bas received a letter from an official in
Windsor, C. W., stating that the Mayor of
Detroit informed bim he bad caused inquiry
to be made into the extent of the Fenians'
movement in that city and discovered there
was a likelihood ol an attack from that
Ihe Government has also been notified
that the U. S. Government sent troops to
IJufTab to prevent any attack on that
I am informed by an officer of the Royal
engineers that order were sent to England
five weeks ago for 10,000 troops They will
land at Halifax and march from thence to
New Brunswick, where the vulnerable point
is icarca to uc.
These troops are expected in ten days and
on their arrival, New Brunswick it is con
sidered will be safe.
Two ships of war, the Ariadne and Py-
laues are even now in the Bay of r undy.
Sir Frederick Bruce has ordered the West
India squadron io sail immediately for Hali
fax with all disposable troopi in the West
The excitement hero is bcinr much abat
ed. The Montrealcrs generally believe that
the Roberts and Sweeney faction must give
their supporters something for their money,
but that the attack will be in the L'pjor
Province and New Brunswick, but not here,
or at Quebec. They deem it utter madness
to attempt the capture of either of these ci
ties. They arc however activ.ly arming fo
that they may guard the city in the event of
troops and volunteers being needed elsewhere.
New York, Mar. 21
A special despatch from Raleigh, N. C,
siys Major Gee's case will last until June.
The citizen convicted by a military com
miBfion at Richmond ol murder of Union
soldiers has been released by the Sec of
ar, because of a clerical error in the re
port. The Frcedmen's Bureau in Va, and X. C.
have turned all criminal cases over to the
irresularltlei and disorders of which It not only
claims to cure, but does. Its reputation has be
come world-wide, and from the Paclao to the At
lantic, In both hemispheres, and In every latitude
and conw. It is known and employed as a remedial
Persons who hare been repeatedly deceived,
perhaps, cannot bo convinced that nostctter's Bit
ters wllleffect sure, rapid, and permanent enres.
But this assertion Is confirmed by testimonial let
ters from the most distinguished mea In the coun
try. All who hire once used these Bitters keep
them now by their side as a llfe-jnirJ, bellerln:
that ''an ounce of rerention Is better than a
pound of cure."
The digestive organs which have been violated
and prostrated by excessive or irregular Indulgence
of appetite, will be restored to their normal con
dition by the use cf this wonderful medicine
Soften Trfrr. MsrcliK dawlw,
New Yoke, March 21.
A Washington despatch says Senators
Foot and Dixon arc growing more seriously
ill. There is little hope of the recovery of
It was currently reported last night that
the President had signified his determina
tion to veto the Civil Rights bill.
JOV TO THE WORLD."
tu ixTBOcrCTiix or
PERRY VJriy PJI.V KILLER.
To the suffering humanity of this age, has relieved
more pain and caused more real Joy Uin any
other one thine that can fce named.
The Apothecary flndj It.flrit among the medicines
called for, and the Wholesale Druggist comiderslt
a leading article of his trade. All the dealers in
medicine speak allkeln Its ftvor; and its rspnta
tion as a medicine of great merit is fully and per
March 2L wlm.
American Life Drops. A household word !
Satisfactory to all is Root's Pestaehinc.
BbduxctonBcsixess College. Thisinstitu
tion is designed to imparl to young men a tound
practical tuiinttt education which shall fit
them for active duty in any department of busi
ness. The College Monthly with all information
may be obtained by addressing Bryan Stratton
and Hoyt, Burlington Vt.
Burlington Sept. 1.1SC5 wtf
In Richmond the Hth Instant by E. B. Andrews,
Efq. Mr. Jesse P. Chlmin and Miss Jiary L. e-ar-penter
both of Huntington,
Wasuixcto.v, March 17.
There arc indications that the vote on the
loan bill defeated last night may be reconsi
dered and bill passed the House.
We have fine weather for St. Patrick's
Duy.but there are no public demonstrations.
Large quantities of Iri-li Republic bonds
arc being taken.
A Toronto despatch says the announce
ment that Sec. Seward promises to permit no
violation uf neutrality caue rejueing, as
also the stationing of troops on the Ameri
St. Patricks Society will narade to-daT
unarmed. Volunteering goes on with spirit.
The Watchman announces the intention
cfthc government to suppress Irish Cana
dian papers for alleged disloyal utterances.
Large numbers of Orangemen have armed
from back country. Blood may be shod
Also on tho sime day by the same, -Mr. Wiley C.
Brewster and Miss Emma M. Sherman both of
I In this city, on the Hth iuit, at the Seminary, by
Rev. J K . Converse, Mr. Otis Snow of Barlington,
and Miss Carrie A. Baker of MWdlebury, Vt.
In Erooklyn N. V. on the 13lti Inst. Mrs. Carolino
W. wife of Commander A. Gibson U. S. Navy.
In this city, FriJv, Mtrch lath, Julia &, wife
of llesrr A. Clark, aged 36 years 7 months and 3
We lovedfber ; yes, no tongue can tell
Hew nueh we fond her and bow well,
lot loved her. too, and thought it best
To take her home w th him to rest. "
.MAKE TODR 0V" SOAl't
Saving and Utdug your Waste
Buy One Box of the
Penn'a Salt Manufacturing Co.'s
s . i' o .v i r i m: w
(Patents cf 1st and Mb, Feb., 1M9.)
It w'H make 10 POUNDS of excellent Hard Sup,
or 2: GALLONS of the very best Soft Soap, for
only about X CENTS. Directions on each box.
For silo at all Drug and Urocerr Stores.
Put one ox of SaponlSer Into three gallons of
water, (knock off the end, and let thebozU.il until
It empties Itself, then take out lli box,) add foar
and a half pounds of fit, and let It btit a hours an!
10 minutes. Then add a small half pint of salt,
and let it continue boiling 35 minutes longer, when
vou add half a gallon of 1st water, and let It come
to a boil. Pour a small tuaiblerful of cold water
.Into a tub or box to wet It round the sides, then
empty the soap In; to stand all night, and cut
In t ars In the morning.
Ms4e in the same way, with the exception
adding fifteen gallons 'of water and no salt.
yu n'idlf an ire .!.
5iar. 6 daw&uHu.
"MARTHA WASHINGTON" HAIR
Would you have daik andlustrous loots, ana vie
With beauty's queen, the goddess of the sky f
Or Is your beauty fading to decay.
Tour raven tresses passing rut away !,
Or is age drawing too untimely nearf
Do silvery locks upon jour head appear.'
Then why ef youthful beauty, why despair
When there's a balm for every silvery hair ;
Time's sorrows, fever's ravaees it blesses
A sure restorer of those missing tresses !
From' her bright locks the Immortal name It won
Offtalr Restorer "Mabtiii WasnuoTox "
Then hie to the Store just across the way,
And get a bottle with the least delay.
Sold EvcarwniBK. Price 11,00.
BIM0MD3 A CO., Proprietors.
Fitiwllllam H. II.
March 12. wly
WON'T USE ANT OTHER.
The list an the best ; the right article Anally ;
everybody likes it ; Is purely vegetable ; restores
grey hair In four weeks, or money refunded. It
will do It every time. Three applloitlons will cure
all humors of the scalp. Ask for WEBSTER'S
rEGETJBLE HJIR l.yi lUORJEOR.mA don't tak e
FOR SJLE BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
" HIT .ME AND VL.U DO YOU GOOD."
VR. L.iA'C!LK Y'S
IJoot and Herb Hitters,
A STANDARD MEDICINE ; without the pos
sibility cf a doubt the best remedy known
fur the following and all kindred diseases . - Indi
gestion, Ccstirecess, Liver Complaint, Piles,
ache, Heartburn, Dyspepsia, Diixlness, Scrclula,
Salt Rheum, Languor, Laslness, Debility, Jaundice,
Flatulency, Humors, Foul Stomach, Ac.
By the timely use of this medioine the blood Is
purlfled. The appetite Is restored. The system Is
strenetheneJ. The liver is invleurattd. Tho
breath is sweetened. The eomplexiuu is beautified.
And the general health is restored.
A gentle laxative. An aggreabl tonic. A
plesdld arpetizer. A harmless stimulant. A re
virer of drooping spirits.
Sold by all Dealers In Medicine everrwhere.
VJV. t'. laser Sole.
Patent Metallic Sole.
a new DrrEirnoir.
Wmi.voTBFixrlstho most prolific cause of
disease and death knawn to hnmaniir it i. -i
mostsureto brinrnn KAnlil ? mnAMlm
and often when not neglected, lead to fevers or to
ecughs and fatal consumptions. It is In recogni
tion Of this truth that Ihi Inr-nllr. I.I.VTVnT.
country has lor years been devising some method
or attempting tu devise It, for keeping the feetdrr!
and yet that shoaM not idre ineonvanUnm tn til
IKf'!' .Raoor shoes, in one form oxanother.have
hitherto been, our reliancej but It Is well known
as amons their manr evlli that .h. tv.-- i
the leet dry from external moisture, they sweat
them over much, and by thus Inducing an undue
tenderness icerais anci..nt!M!it. t
thin otherwise. TIr ''1" r .'."Sff
feet, and withal are very exens!ve. The demaad
is for something that shall make the ordinary Boot
and Shoo Impervious to water, without affectlnc
uieir eiogance or uuraDliity. and. If possible, with
out adillnir senilblrtothai-f.it r,r tK.I. . r..
ture. These, It will be conceded, are most Important
. ...... wvurtnuuoiuiy aiwrm mat uiev
are abeolutel yattained in the invention herewith
The invention consists In inserting between the 01 OflCrV5 Cllina, GlaSsf Illld
- ---.. s-rvvn i IU K K. 1 1T.
TJ. S. S T 0 C K S
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
A' 12 VJE.Y - T HI R T I
or all isscas.
Compound Interest ?IYotcs
Certificates of Indebtedness
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Orders for thepurehaseand sale ot Misciixs.ie
ocs Srocas and Boana executed withdleatch at
KZUULJIR STOCK EXCHANGE.
Ilf NEW TORS.
PURCHASED ON FAVORABLE TERMS.
JAMES MARS IIS' ESTATE.
1'I IIE Honorable tke
.) 1 rtobate Court tor the
STATE OV vtiimw
District of Chittenden, Is.:
. . i U . Pwwns Interested la the ee.
itf-i0 ,JlJs Marsh, laU of Jerieho, la said
April next Tor the settlement of the administra
tion account ef tho executor of the last
Will and teatamant m ) j . . i I I .
that publie notice thereof be given to all persons la
terested ia said esUU. by publishing this order
threelweeks sueaeitlrair nV.n. f.v.
signed. In the BurUngion Free Press, printed la
Burlington, la said district.
THZBBTOBE. von am l.t.l. .te.
at the Probate Court rooms, la Burlington, oa the
day asslzned. then and thara tn mi..t ik. .!!..
ance of said account if you see cause.
"'"a under my hand, this ltthday of March,
T.E. WALES, Judge.
CHARLES MCNEIL'S ESTATE.
bTATE OP VERMONT, imrrcnnn m. b
xrlS.S1 f."0" Jatereste la tho esUte of Charles
Mesiel, late cf Charlotte, la said District, deceas-
.fjy5en"'Court 'h assigned thWth day
tffiSIf eftth setUementofthe admlnlstA
tlonsaeoount or the exeeSXert ef the last will and
'?Vr 5r,.? Me-NU deceaTed. and orderid
thatpubllo notice thereof be given to m persoas
threal220.127.116.11'1 Phlng tols ort"
"t!V,ace'"lJP'lous to the day as.
n,. 'J" "l BrUneton Free Press, printed la
Burlington, la said District. pnsieu ia
Therefhre. van .
the Proka .''r.r "u"".
aneo of said account, if you see eiuse.
U D.1W ' this 7th day of Mareb.
. . T. E. WALES. Judge,
Boston, March 16.
A full Comrany cf the 3d U. S. heavy
artillery from Fort Warren will leave this
city for Burlington Vt. this afternoon.
Burlington is where tbc Fenian demon
stration is to tako place to-morrow and many
Fenians it is stated have already left this
state to attend tbc meeting.
New Yoke, March 10.
A.Sjtf-cial despatch dated Guclpb, C. V.
to-day, bas the following :
"The excitement has nearly disappeared
in the interior tons, but rages on the fron
tier, in all its force.
Volunteers are still being organixed.
Reports arc current ot arrests in Lower
Canada for treason.
At all points on the frontier there is a skir- I
misb line extending many miles.
The orcan of the Hibernians speaks of the
difficulty of getting volunteers. Some have
been brought up to the work by bayonets
and in some cases bave been dragged out
from under beds.
The officers of a rczimcnt at Toronto bad
tbemselvce to perform service as sentries,
and last week three private had been flog
ged and put in irons for refusing to uo duty.
New Yor.K, Mar. 10.
A dispatch from Montreal t-ays there is
Ices excitement, though preparations to re
sist attack were proceeding.
A Cabinet council has been held, presided
over by the Gov. General.
Telegrams were received from the Gov
ernors of New Brunswick an! Nova Scotia.
The first said a resolution advising confeder
ation had passed tho upper IIouec unani
mously and a similar result '.va.-! cxjectcd in
The citizens arc rapidly enrolling them,
Nsw York, Morch IK.
Advices per steamer Germania state that
the Fcaian situation was' unchanged
In Parliament, tho prevalence of Fenian
ism to a considerable extent in tho British
army was acknowledged by Marquis of Har
tington, Secretary of Warbut it wis add cd
that Sir Hugh Rose, Commander-in-Chief,
had no doubt of the ceneral lovnltv of the
A proposition was mado to fortify the
west coast of Ireland in v;cw of a possible
The Fenians of Kingston had been frater
nizing with tho crew of the American war
vessel lying in the harbor, but on the move
ment becoming known to the officers ot the
ship they at once put an end to the intente
There is great excitement here. Startling
rumors were allcat. Inc Jloyal and 1 rovin
cial Artillery are manning all the forts.
A proclamation bas been issued calling
out all the militia ; arms and ammunition
will be distributed to them to-day.
The engineers have been very busy since
Friday, day and night.
Jst. Patrick s day was celebrated witn the
usual ceremonies. Ncjdisturbancc occurred.
New Yobc, March 19.
The steamer Montgomery arrived here
yesterday from Kingston, Jamaica, 7th inst
The progress of tho commission of Inquiry
into the late revolt still continues. Tke
trials of the accused rebels by the civil au
thorities and a privately conducted investi
gation into the conduct of tbc Provost Mar
shal at Morantc Bay, at whose door most
of the alleged atrocities committed nre laid,
form tbc staple part of the news.
A Paris letter says the French Govcrt
ment has received dispatches from America
which has put an end to tht Mexican ques
tion. The terms appear to be those of our Gov
ernment : evacuation within a year and non
intervention during the evacuation.
New York, Mnrch 19.
The bill restoring tho death penalty was
defeated in the Wisconsin House of Kcprc
ssntatives by a vote of 50 to 34
CA.MllllllICi: CATTLE MARKET.
Wedszsday, Msr. 21.
By Telegraph to the FrtcPrtss.
J mount of lire ttock et market.
Cattle, Sheep A Lambs, Swine
This week 9IS 3SS2
Last week C4I tit; 2M
I )earago,Msr il, 101. 3130 i
rromiermont Tii 1141 ....
Prices of Market Beef extra y cwt., J 13,00 C
First oualitv, J1200 t 112 SO.
Second quality. 1060 GSI1SO.
Third quality $9 ii)e 10 u)
Prices or store cattle Working Oxen, per pair,
Sli. 150 tsvyi.
Mileh Ctiwi and Calves, $15, 45, W C 100.
Two years old. 35 45.
Three ears old, t 70.
Prices orsb.ee) and Lambs In UtsfSOl. t H,
ft 5 75 each; Extra too e 8 SO, or from t$ to
llides.sa f)c er a.
Tallow, r. 9e I" la.
Pelts. 1 76 2.ecb.
Calfskins 20 s J2c t 2
N.B. Beef Extra and first quality Including
nothing but the best, large, fat, stall-fed Oxen
Second quality Includes the best grass-fed Oxen, the
best stall -fed Cows, and the best three year old
Steers. Ordinary cons sts of Bulls and the refuse of
Sheep Extra includes os.ets, and when those of
Inferior quality are thrown in.
There were 72 cars over the Boston and Lowell.
ana over tne t licnonrg-
Cattle We find the number of Cattle, as expected
last week, to be increased, there being some 250
head more than last week ; about350 came in from
Canada. We understand by investigation that there
will n .t be any duty on lire stock from Canada, al
though the general impression of the drovers and
those intorested was otherwise. The quality of tne
Cattle is hardly equal to last Wees:, and prices
rather lower. 1 hose cattle which come from Cana
da being fed at thedistllleiies. It gives them a fat,
plump appearanee. C. W Bailey sold 2 Oxen at
$16 fewt, live weigbtef the two4j cwt , tbeywent
aneaa ei an tnmg ai maraet, anu were iea c-y u.r.
Lewis of Montpelier, Vt.
Sheep and Lambs Nearly IftlO less Sheep at mar
ket tMsweek than last . quality very nearly the
same ; prices about the same as last week, but
quicker ssles on account of the smaller number.
At Brighton the supply of cattle from the West
is larger than It was last week but the quality Is
not so good uiMin an average. Prices upon all
grades have declined fully M cents Y hundred,
and some dealers say (1, takingqualltymto consid
eration. There is still quite a large lot of Cattle
STORMING THE STRONGHOLDS
of prejudice and misapprehension, and carrying all
before It CaisraDoao's hair dte pursues its march
of success. Like those of the Union, Its colors are
the cynosures of every eye, Its victories liivi.io
stiix. It turns thousands of hesds, and charms In
numerable hearts. Containing no caustic element,
it cannot injure the hair or blemish the skin. Man
ufactured by J. CRISTADOKO, No, 6 Astor House,
New-York. Sold br druggists. Applied by all
Hair Dressers. dawlm.
A COUGH, COM). OR SORE THROAT
Reqvirtt immediate attention and ihould b;
cheeked. If alloved to continue,
Irritntlon ol the Lungi, n Permanent
Throat Attrctloii. or an Incurable
is orras tdk result.
Brown' IJroiich.nl Troches
OA VI3G A D1RZCT I-trLCIVCR 0! TOE MRTS, OIVI
KOOT"S I'ESTACHIM. pirt. Hie lile ol the Hair;
changes it fr m gray to vngio.il color in thrte
weeks; prevents the hair (roin falliLn; is the beat ar
ticle fordrcaaing the hair rrr loond la nseiket, will
surely remove dandruff and cuie ail davaM of the
scalp, 1. delightfully perfumed, cure tultlom. aud
will not stain the t kin. Wc trllthe story qnkkly.and
tell it true, then we sav it m a jr!rrt
ICeaturrr-untl Isrraalug- SmMted.
No other preparaUon for the hair cuutaiba 1 t-aUchi a
Nut Oil Sold by all liroyrfcu
OUK1.V SKINNEU A CO , Sole Proprietors,
LIFE! LirK! i.iri::
DEOl S DROPS Dnors !
Amemcak Lira Duces will care Dipthena. Coughs,
Bronchitis, Sore Throat. Aathma. I:l.rumaiira, Neu
ralgia, Ague in the Fecr, llrai.-clte. laoluache,
limits, Sprain., Chilblains. Cruup. e old-.
Fever aud A kuc and I'bolrru In it .Inct .lay I
Sold by all Drus-jri.''. u 'U tu.i t h.c-ici . ior u.r.
Oliiil.V SKINNEU Ate). Pro-,'.. : nr.-n-ui. Hue.
O. C. GOODWIN A CO.. Agent-. I'ton, Mass.
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES. THE
elebrated DR. DO W continues to devote his entlr
timet the treuasat of ail diseases iaeiden t to a
female ststem. An experience of twenty-three
ears en ables him to guarantee speedy aad perma
nent relief In the irrtt eattt f 5rtrstien s7 JV
otker MtHitmtil Dtrftmtnt,p-tn wiolrtrr eausr
All letters for advice must contain 11. Office.
9 Endieott street, Boston.
X. B. Board furnished to those who wish
remain under treatment.
Boson. Juae24. l&i. ctawty
thin Metallic Plate, exeeedlnglr ductile.combln-
ing nexiLimy witn tougnness, vsry light, and
5fr way adapted to tho end desired, while the
additional expense Is merely nominal. Itfurnlshes
a perfect lamer against the admission of -wet or
dampnesa, though the feet may be exposed ever so
long upon wet pavements or damp ground.
io taaies ana ennaren the Jl italic Soles will Le
of Incalculable value, as from their habits of life
and delicacy of drew, they are particularly exposed
to the long train or Ills that attend upon an inade
quate protection to the feet.
Tt ese Soles have already been tried by the best
v ii beats, awibai. usb. mnu tne testimonials to
their merits, freely proffered. Indicate that they
". rpyr.iij auu uuif crcaiiy euopiea oy Xfte
public. The Patent Metallic Soled Boots and hoes
are being Introduced into the leading Boot and
Shoe Stores throughout the United States, and will
supplaat all ferms ot overshoes, except possibly for
deep mud or snow, as they become known. Be
sure to get them and tako no ether. If vour shoe
maker does not happen to have them, he can pro
cure them without difficulty. If he will not, then
rena yourself to tke Inventor one dollar and thirty
auu uuiaiu ii. aiJI ICU Iliei, W IU1 rigUt
to use, which will be promptly forwarded by mall
or express pre-paid, and which can be made up by
any shoemaker in the county. Agencies will be
estal llsbed In every city and village, and supplied
with Soles and proprietary stamps, at schrdulo
prices, and literal commission allowed on tales.
Also Ueneral Agencies Tor States appointed oa at,
plication, with proper testimonials to the Inventor
Oenerai Depot' corner City Hall Placo aad Read
street, New York.
Nos. 2 nnd 3 Union Block. Church Street,
The underalvnar. .Mn.fM. ... . v ...
Hshment. desire to rail public attentian to their
increased facilities for the better accommodation
yr their patrons. They have not only greatlr en-
sargea ana neauUfied thefr salesrocm, but have
corresponelngly increased and improved their
AU namoa la the following list thev
win oner on the most reasonable terms, at whole
sale and retail, vis.:
. 1 1 lit; aal very desirable shape.
plain, gold Land and decorated, In setts or assortment.
SILAS BE.MIAM'S ESTATE.
WsrriiFt ?rEI,?M!?:iT- f rr'IE. nonorasle th.
District of Chittenden, as. J J. Probate Court with,
la and for the District of Calltendea wu"'wlu'
Toall persons nterested In the esUte of Silas
. ... vi wencuo, in said xnstnet, deceased.
-r?.""'.""1 ttthsth assigned the'lhd'.y
of March last., for Ihe settlement of the adminls
ratloa account of the Executor of the last will
and testament of said deceased, and ordered that
publie notice thereof bo given to all persons Inter
ested In said estate, by publishing this order three
th?nJSfc2ariT V"rioas 10 tt ' assigned. In
lS.aIdrDI,tricLrr"P""'PrinU,1 ' BWon.
thl pir?RS' Jc? m h"1T noUfled to anpear at
the ProbaV Court rooms, la Burlington, on the
iiLf iS4, U"a ,n.4 there eonust tho allow
ance of said acecnat, if you see cause.
llraodsiBj Lana, this 2d day of March. A.
T. E. WALES, Judge.
The undenlgned have for the past sir months
worn Hoots end Shoes possessing Mr. Seoly's-MsTAT-Lic
Sole, and find them an efieetual preventive
aiuifc uAuipnes.. ana ine colas so orten taken
from damn feet Most gladly do we testify to the
perfect eifieieney of their service. The Metallic
b.le is not only a grand contribution to the canse
cf general health, butaresftme luxury, obviating
all necessity cf India Rubher shoes, except in
muddy weather. All ordinary dampness, and even
water upon pavements, is completely foiled of its
power of barm by this most simple and useful In
vention. No one who has once used them will ever
le without them again, as they Increase the cost of
boots and shoes by a sum which is scarcely worth
naming, ami insure, positively, dry feet, which is
reckoned among the first conditions of health and
comfort Wo heartily commend the "Metallic
Sole" to all tho sensible.
J. CLEMENT FRENCH,
Tastor Central Cong. Church, Brooklyn.
MAKV A. FRENCH
Tahle Class Ware.Kcru aene Lamp.,
Luutcrus and Chandeliers,
from the cheapest to the richest designs, and all
goods pertaining to tho lamp trade, such as
cniMSEVS, BUENERS AND WICKS.
PLATED GOODS, of Rogers Bro.Vand " Red
fieM A Price's'' make.
TABLE CCTEERV, or the best manufacture.
JAPANNED CHAMBER SETTS, and RICH FANCY
Such as FANCY COLOGNE SETTS, VASES. LAVA
and PARIAN GOODS, Ac.
And they would ca'l especial to their stock of
Clolh and Paper ll'indow
Shades and Fixtures,
niE Hon. the
O. WIRES & CO.
Hronchiti... Asthma, Catnrrh, Con
aumptlve and Throat Diseases,
TROCUIJ ARE CSED WITH ALWAVS COOD SCCCES"
singers and public speakers
will find TrocA's useful In clearing the voice when
taken Ittforo Singing or Speaking, and relieving
the throat after an unusual exertion ot the vocal
organs. The TroeSis are recommended and pre
scribed by Physlslans, and have had testimonials
from eminent men throngheut the country. Being
an article of true merit, and having rroiti their
eteacy by a test of many years, each jear find
them In new localities In various parts of the world
and the Trackn are universally pronounced better
than other articles.
Oitaix only "Bnows'a BROJCniALTaocasa," and
do not take any of the rrerUfess tmtttiiuni that
may be ofiered.
Sold everywhere la the United States, and
Foreign Couutrles, at 33 cents per box.
New Yore, March 1C.
A decision was given yesterday by tbc
Superior Court, making llTs.Trcasury note
equal in every respect to ild. Tbc Judge
decided that all dcbtf can be satisfied b
enderof payment in Treasury notes.
The Abscmbly TC8tcrJaV passed an 8 bou
aborbill, witn an amendment excepting ag.
riculturc and team labor.
A Havana letter reports a revolutionary
outbreak by 23 young men at Villa Clara
near Sagua. Twelvi: of them were captured
by Government troops; 11 were etill at
NArnriLLt, Tenn., March 15.
At a Lunnlir Acrlnm It Tnllwi frnm brre
I(H1T a I. 1 V, I 1 1
led by tome persons connected witb the
uuu. "piodcd, injuring several lunatics
"Washington-, March 1C.
Quito a sensation has been produced by a
proposition from Senator Stewart of Neva
da, (who has been a warm supporter or the
President's policy,) for universal suffrage
coupled with universal amnesty. This is
It is understood that Government intends
witbin the next two wceka, to order the
muster out of 40,000 colored troops now
stationed in the South.
On the 7th inst., a teacher of a colored
school at Ccntrcville, Md., was attacked and
shot at by a band of white rowdies, and on
Sunday night last the colored church whero
be school was held was burned by them.
WAfniNCTOsr, March 10.
Gen. GarCcld will obtain a reconsideration
of the Tote on the Loan bill which will be
recommitted to tbe committee on wajs and
means and so amended as to secure its pas
tape. Well informed Irishmen here are confident
that a blow was struck for the independence
-of Ireland on Saturday.
One of the clearest proofs of the return
ing prosperity of Charleston, S. C. is that
'be receipts from Customs in tbe month of
February were $31,018 from that city.
Tho story telegraphed that Senator Sum
ner had a prolonged interview with Pre.
-Johnson on Friday evening bas not the
PaoyiOENCB. March 20.
Tbc Union Convention of this State met
in this city to-day to confirm the exprcs;cd
will of the people at their primary meetings
that Gen. Curneidc be the candidate ol the
Union party for Governor at the election in
Gov. Smith who was elected last year by
a nearly unanimous vote at once when the
name of Gen. llurnside was brought for
ward signified his intention not to lc a can
didaic and supports tbe General. The Dem
ocrats also from present apricaranccs will
not make a nomination in opposition and
tbe GeHbral will doubtless asiumo tbc posi
tion of Govcrncr by nearly the unanimous
vote of the people ofltliodc Ialand.
New long, March 20.
Tho HorW publishes the alleged statistics
of Gen. Swccncy'd army, which foots up
53,000 strong, including Massachusetts 3,
500, New Hampshire 1500, Vermont 1200,
Conn. 2,000, and Maine 1 ,000.
A special elispatcu lrom loronto says trie
Anti Fenian fever broke out afresh with
great virulence on Saturday night. undcr
tha influence of rumors placing Gen. Sweeny
with a large force both at Detroit and
Niagara. In Toronto the alarm was great,
the troops being under arms all night, and
everything held in readiness to repel attack.
That tho Fenians certainly mean business
and that little hindrance t their plans is to
be hoped for from tbe U. S. Government is
said to have become tbe settled belief tf the
Tronrw nre still moving to the Ironticr
Weo.vesdat. tlar 31.
FLOUR Western superfine $7 a 7 23 j common
extrasS S3 23. including bakers' brands i as
oium extras at 9 30 7 1 1 f and good and ebolee 1 1 ft
1 50 bbl.nptolJtt 13 a) Vbbl, for favorite
brands Canada. St. Louis Flour, gord and choice
extras at f 13 ee 17 30 t bbl. a few fan rite brands
IC fosi: bid. Corn Ileal is selling atfiso
V bbl tor good shipping brands. Buckwheat is s 11
ing at;i 73 tf lMihi.
G RAIN Corn. Southern yellow at 82 S SJe ; and
Western mixed at H 61 ?e f bush. Oats are dull.
Northern and Canada at Mat'c t bush, as to
qualit), and Prince Idward IslandtDc t bash. Uyo
has beevmo quite dull and prices have declleol.
The sales base been principally at 90o tbush.
White Beans!are dull, and ha vo been in limited
demand at lower prices, common to good blue pod
ii ts 1 73 j and marrow and extra pea at 13 23
2 30 bush. Canada Peas 1 30 tt 1 49 V bush.
Barley Is qulto dull and has been In moderate de
mand, with sales at sue 0 ( I 10 V bush, for Canada
East and West. Shorts have been arriving more
freoly and prices have declined, with sales at (3) 0
Jl V tan . Pine Feed is quiet and prices aro nomin
ally t& 20 i and Middlings $30 B Jt V ton.
THE BEST IN TnE WORLD. Harmless, rella
ble, Instantaneous, the only perfect dye. No die
appointment, no ridiculous tints, true to satire,
black or brown. Genuine is lignei irilliti J.
Bitckelor. Also, Regenerated extract of mlllesear
preserves and beautifies the Lair, preserves tald
nets. Sold by all druggists. Factory 81 Earcelsy
St., N. T dawly.
ALLCOCK'S I'OIIOUS 1'L.ASTEKS.
CURE LUMBAGO, PAINS OF THE SIDE, VAR1
COSE VEINS, SORE CHEST, Ac
An Eleetrlelan, who has great experience
their effects In local rheumatism. In tic dolonaz
and deep-seated nervous and other pains, and
In affections of the kldne) s, etc, etc., attributes all
their sedative, stlmalatlve, and pain-relieving
effitcts to their ;irie qualities. He asserts they
restore the health electric condition (equilibrium)
of the part, and rial being restored, pain aad mor
bid action cease.
Brandreth House. New York, Nov. a, IMS.
T. Auxoca A Co Gentlemen I I lately suffered
severely from a weakness In my back III? lug
heard your Plasters much recommended Incases of
this kind I procured one, and the result was aS
that I could desire. A single Plaster cured sue la
a week. Yours, Respectfully. J.U.BRIUGS
General Agency, Brandreth House, New York.
Sold by all Dealers In Medicine. dawlm
PROVISIONS There lias been a stadr but mod-
e:ato demand for Pork from the trade and we
nutice small sales at $2 0 23 SO for prime ; 23 a
J9 for mess and 30 CI 43 for clear cash. Beef has
been in fair demand with sales at $17 S 20 for mess;
JfiJ 9 4 for extra mess ; anu $21 s9 2t for family
extra cah. Lard is firm ' nd prices have advanced.
Sales In bids an.l tierces at 19 a 20c for good steam
and kettle rendered. Smoked Hams 19 CT 15 r
Choice Butter is scarce and sustains very full
prices, but the lower grades aru dulL We quote
common and aood New York and Vermont calries,
at 10 4050c; choice lots UCC C5e-, Canada at3SC
43e, and Western 23 tt 0cV 2- Cheese Is firm
and has been selling at 13 ei3c y ft, as to quality
including good factory made at 2a B 23 2.
UTnlTl, irartpt for fleece and nulled Wool Is
dull and depressed and the views or buyers and
sellers are wide apart. The sales of the week have
been some 300,000 ft- at CO tS 60a for common and
choice fleece, and from 33 a 70c for No. 1 to extra
pulled. The decline in many instances has been
from 3 O50 Y&, but manufacturers are not dis
posed to operate except at a greater concession.
A IIOUSKIIO!.I NECESSITY EXIS
KOllTIIE USE OF
Uurno's Catarrh SiiulT,
Which, in the first stageaora cold actsllke magic
Headache, Hoarseness, Diphtheria and Bronchitis,
e Eyes Deafness, Bad Taste and Smell, being tho
result of Catarrh. This snuff removes and prevents
aU these, and insures a healthy Head. Its efficts
are pleasant and safe even fr Infants who ft r
It has the highest profe jslonal testimonials,
by aU Druggists, or sent by Mall to all parts
for 30 cents for Ode Box, or il for four Boxes.
Addres3, JAS. DUP.NO. P. 0. Box 1233,
Wholesale, by D.BARNES CO., 21 Park Row, N. .
1W a. dSWtrn,
FRANKLIN AND THE SOUTH
A friend relates to us that the Summer before the
war, at the house of a hospitable South Carollaan
U.b -.. .... n ,
from Tarious points and tbc organization of planter, ho was up one morning with the sun and
new companies continues. was about to venture forth on a morn!ngwalk.when
A plot to blow up the Toronto drill sheds he was cheeked by the planter at tho door,
wtih the volnntM-i-a in them is reported as -'You cannot pass. Sir. Tco early."
having been discovered. "Too early ! Why, my dear Colonel, what says
ine intune bas a rumor that tne u Jia- Dr. Franklin r"
bony Fenians have sent 5000 men to parts
unknown, during the last ten days, and that
the Sweenyians arc entraired in raising a reg
iment of Free Lancers to make a raid on
Nsw Yoke, March 20.
Mexico advices show that the promised
imperial pacification of tbe county is as far
from realization as ever, and that tbe Re
publicans still maintain the contest in near
ly all sections with stubbernness and energy
Not tbc slightest indication of French evac
uation is apparent. Several additional fights
The victory of Gen. Mendez over tho Re
publicans in Mieboacan is claimed to have
been far more important than at first re
ported. xLieuL. Maury, Maiimilian's Minister
of Colonisation, had left for England, and
Early to bed acd early to rise will make a maa
healthy and wealthy and wise.'"
"Very fine, sir-, but aU a fallacy. Early rising
and the Inhalation, spon an empty stomach, of the
morning malaria of this country. North and South,
bave been the death of thoujandsLhe death thou
sands, sir, from the time or Capt, John Smith to
this day. Walt till after breakfast, fortify your
stomach with a cup of hct ecffse, and then, the
noxious vapors of the night being exhaled by the
sjn, we will take a morning ride."
"But, my deir Colonel, I am always fortified with
a wine-glass of nOSTETTER'3 CELEBRATED
"Ah, then, sir, you may stick to Dr. Franklin,
nostettefs agent at Charleston supplies me, and I
am expecting a box to-day with my wagon. Those
Bitters, I find, an a sure pro tee (Ire against all tha
fevers resulting from malaria. Doctor Franklin
holds good, sir, even la the swamps of South Caro
lina, If fortified with Qoitetters's Bitters."
Mareb II. dawlw.
OEiTLXiiEa : Having had frequent occasions to use
FERRY DAV13" PAIN KILLER
roa couc IX DORSES,
and seelng.lt used by others, lean say that I re
gard it as the best preparation extant when tried
la time, or In the first stages ef that very prevalent
complaint. I recommend all persons who have, cr
use horses, to have It constantly on hand for cases
For the human family, both as aa Internal and
external remedy, the Pain Killer la so lavcrably
known that It Is almost useless to eaU attention to
B. STEWART, Druggist Hebron, O.
Feb- 25. wlmo
PERR f'S MOTH AND FRECKLE UO
TION. Chloasma, orMothpatch, (also Llverspot,)
and Lentigo, or Freckles, are often very annoying,
particularly to ladles of light complexion, lor the
discolored spots show roora plainly on the face of
a blonde than a brum tte ; but they greatly mar
the beauty of either t and any preparation that
wlU effectually remove them without Inlurlngthe
texture or color of the skin Is Is eerta-'nly a deside
ratlm. Dr. B. C. Perry, who has mads .diseases o
the skin a specialty, has discovered a.Kn:edyfor
these dlscoloratioaa, which is at coco prompt, infal
lible and harmless.
Prepared only by B. C. PERRY, Dermatologist.
No. 19 Bond Street. New York, and for sale by all
drngtists , price $2 per hottl. Call for
PERRY'S MOTH and FRBCK LOTION.
Bold by all Druggists In ButUngton.
Dee. 15. wtm
-S.MOIaANIER'.S EXTRACT IIL'CKU
Cures Kidney Disese.
S.MOLANDER'S EXTRACT IlfCKU
SMOLANDER'S EXTRACT Ill'CKl'
Cures Crlnary Diseases.
SMOLANDER'S EXTRACT IIL'CKU
SMOl. INDER'S EXTRACT I1UCKU
The BEST Fluid Extract BUCKU now before the
public, ISSMOLJXDER'S For all diseases above,
and for ITCJKXESS and rjt.SS IX THE BJCK,
FEMALE COMPLAtXTS. and disorders arising
from EXCESSES OF JXY KIXD.ll Is perfectly
IXfJLVUBLE. For sale by ll Apotheearies ev
erywhere. PRICE OXE 'DOLLAR. TRY IT .'
TAKE XO OTHER
Bcrlxioh A Kocers, Wholesale Drugrfsts, t
Uanoser street, Boston, General Agent.
Jan 1.1 SOt wlr
OIL AND LAND CO.
CAPITAL, $10,000,000. SHARES. 1100 EACH.
For every Slmrc ( Stock Uued, the lnr
Vnlae (One Hundred Dollars) tt ill
be deposited in the
TKEASVItV OF TIE 13 II. S.
ea laviSTED t
And may be wlthdruitn by the Mock
holdcr nt any time.
New YonK. isav
Sawxel J. BtlLT, Esq. .
Dear Sir In renivto vour icnuirlea r-rdin-
your patent Metallic Sole. I til -rut nleainre In
stating that I had them put in a calr of flee calf
sua ooois, wnien t wore tne whole or last winter
in the wet streets of Albany. I hare had them
half soled since, and am wearing yonr Metallic
Soles now, with full Intention ncrr to be without
them. I hare not had a wet or damp foot during
the whole time I hare worn them. I nrononnc
th. . k. i. . . 1 T . . . . . " r . . . .
no person having once worn them will do without
them. Wishin-you tbe success you deserve (for so
Taiuamc an invention ior tne nreeTT9.tirn nr
health, I remain truly yours.
SAMCEL JEFFERSON. CtntracUr.New Ycrk.
Iear bir I take great pleasure In offering my
testimony to the usefulness and eomfort cf your
patent Metallic Sole. I bave nsed a pair or boots
ior the past seven months, furnished with this Sole,
and feel no nesitation in saying that I hare never
worn shoes that combined so perfectly the desira
ble qualities ot drynes and durability.
EMMA OVERTON, Brooklyn. New York.
8.J. Sselv. FJa.
Dear Sir In answer to your request. I am pleas
ed to state that 1 hare manufactured shoes contain
ing your Metalle Sole by machinery. I think
them a superior article for keeping the feet dry.
In manufacturing them there is no trouble from
cutting the thread when sewing, nor any difSsulty
in putting them In the shoe.
Practical Shce Manufacturer, Brooklyn!. Y.
Msr. 22. wtm.
KNOW all men'by these presents that I Alonio
Bailey, now of Fort Edward, N. Y., formerly
of Milton. Vs., do hereby authorize ray ion Eliska
Iiailev of Milton Vt.. now a minor, to do any and
all business on his own account, ana te make any
and all contracts wiih any and all aersons In his
own name and for his own bentfit, and to sue for
and collect his own wages tor his own
services, heretofore or hereafter rendered by hfm
to any person cr persons whatever, and I hereby
give said Elisha his time, and release him from all
claim I might have upon him for his services,
and also release all other petaone from all claims, 1
might have on them for the work of said Elisha.
bated March 9, le6.
Sworn to before me the sth day of March, lSIo.
Ja x i a Me Lvtvre. J ustice of the peace. w33w3
AN OL1I BALLaD,
WITH WOKUS FOR, THE TIMES.
What can poor mortals find to cure
Those Couzhs and ColJj Lhev oft endcra :
A remedy both safe and surer
S terra' Balsam !
When mud and snow fill every street.
And careless urchins wet their feet ;
What stops their Cough with cure complete !
Storrs' Balsam '
What cures Bronchitis ; aye, and more ;
Of Throat Complaints, near half a score
That vex poor dwellers on life's shore.'
Storrs Balsam 1
Then Croup Its host of victims sla) s ;
That scourge of Childhood's early days ;
But there's o.i a thing Its ravage stays,
Storrs' Balsam !
When choking Asthma racks our frame,
We get no help, and doctors blame ;
What can we take, and health regalnr
Storrs' Balsam !
And when we're noarse, and Lungs are sore.
nnai is it tnea tni nein us more
Than all the drugs In well filled store r
Storrs' Balsam !
When Consumption to the grave draws near,
Its thousand victims, vear by year ;
What stays Its march, and gives them cheer?
C. P. STORRS A CO., Proprietors, Wlnooskl
For sale by ROBY and A. C. SPEAR A CO., Bur
lington, v t., and by Druggists generally.
Colchester, March 13, ISM.
Da. SroRRS : Deslrlnr to acVnowledn mr sin-
ccrethanksfor the great benefit my wife has re
ceived from the use of your f-uimonarr Balsam, I
take tne liberty cr auaressing you. sue nas oeen
very severely acilcted with Asthma, at times suf
fering verv much from distressed resnlration. at
which times I hare called the best Physicians to
prescribe for her, but without benefit. A friend
advised me to try a bottle of your Balsam, and I
am happy to say that by the use ot one small bot
tle she has entirely recovered.
With sincere gratitude, I remain, yours,
Mar. 16 dawlm
l'ATIENCE BARKER'S ESTATE.
oTATEOF VERMONT. JT
District or tThittenden. t.i I
tor the District sfchiit.....
To ail persons interested In the estate ot Patience
Barkar. late of Chirintta (- ..ia ji-.-j-V .
Whereas, said Court hath assigned the'rffth div
er March Inst, for the settlement of theadmlnls-
.....uu avwuu. u US OlCCBlOr 01 lUe ISit Will
and testament of said deceased, and ordered that
subtle notice thereof be given te aU persons Inter
ested la said estate, by publishing this order three
.Vi' a't1r previous to the day assirned. In
the Burl ngton Free Press printed in Burlington
In sala district,
TriERtroRE, you are hereby notified to appear
at the Probate Court Rooms, la Burlington, en the
day assigned,, then .nd there to contest the allow,
aneo ot said account, if yen see eaue.
Given under my hand, at the Probato Court
Rooms, this 2d day of March, A. D. I6C.
T. E. WALES. Judge.
THE PROPRIETORS OF THE
SNLAEIjED their building
aid sd4ed la their former facilltiea aaalhar
LARCE AND FAST
ad also a aamfeer f
ppilEundersigned hereby gives notice that he has
J given to ms son sneridan K. Isbam, his time
during the remainder of his mlnorltr. and that ha
will claim none efbls earnln;saad be tesponsiblefcr
none 01 uis ueuis aucr .ms uaie.
EZRA IS HAM.
Wllliston. March i-M 1. w3w.
President tlALUSHA A. URCW.
Vice-President, CHARLkK V. CULVER,
Secretary, WILLIAM IlROlTlill,
Treasurer, ROBERT F. BKOOKE.
non.OALLSUA A.tiROW, - Res o. Pa.
Late Speaker of the U. S. U. of Representatives.
Hon. C. K. RANSOSI, - - Bosro.i Mass.
U. S. Bank Commissioner for New England.
Hon. SIDNEY DEAN, - - Providers. R. I.
Late alem. of Cong. Editor cf The Prov. Press.
IIESRV A.SMkTllfcEsq., - New York Civv.
President ol the Central National Bank.
LUC1EN II. CULVER, Esq. - Niw York Cirr.
or Cnlvir. Penn A Co.. hankers.
Hon. AUGUSTUS FRANK, - Warsaw, N. Y.
Htm. or tno 11. 01 iup., join, s.ui. a .i-lh uong.
MaJ. JOHN L. WILSON, - Mamsox. Ijd.
Late cf the United States Army.
Hnn.TIlUMASS.STANFlELD. Soctu Brno. Ijjd.
Pres. of the First National Bank of South Bend.
Hon. CHARLES V. CULVr.lt fraskux, I'a.
Ot Culver. Penn At'o. and Mem. cf the present C
ALEX. BRADLEY, Esq., rrrrsacRcn. Pa.
Prest. of Tradesmen's National Bank of Pitts.
JOSHUA IHJUULuV&S. rsq., - SI EAaVlLLE, I'A.
President of the National Bank of Crawford. Pa
Col JAMES H.BROWN, ... Chicago, 111.
President or mini national uanE or ciiicaeo.
UEORtiK U. REA.Esq.. ... SaiktLocis.Mo.
President of Second National Bank of St, Louis.
Trustees of the l'uiid.
lion. JOHN J. CISCO - - New York Civt.
Of John J. Cisco A Sons. Bankers, and late Aisist
ant Treasurer of the It. 8 at New York.
DENNINK Dl'Ell, Esq., - New York Crrr,
Of James G. King's Sons, Hankers.
&-THE LANDS OK THE COMl'ANY
consist of Twelve Hundred acres, at Reno, on the
Allegany river. In Venango Ccunty, Pennsylvania
Ike kearlttke Oil District in thai Hale.
ONE THOUSAND WELLS
CAN BE SUNK UPON THE PROPERTY
lest wells have been sunk on the Estate, and Oil
found In paying quantities In every Instance. FIF
TY WELLS are now being put down to be followed
by others as rapidly as possible to the extent neces
sary to fully dnelop tke property. One hundred
weflsjleldingonly tea barrels a day each at six
dollars a barrel, a price much below tha average
Jrloe at Reno, would give one million eight hun
red thousand dollars a year of income, making a
profit of probably fifteen per cent, over expenses
and taxes or every kind. It large flowing wells are
found, a tingle acre of tke territory nay yitldtkt
rmtrrr rmtal iriAtn ttro IrtaS.
BTThe Crmpany owns tho Town cr Reno, to
retner with Several Hundred Lots for Business and
Dwelling Houses. There is'an Extensive Demand
for them, and the Eevenue from their Sale will be
THE STOCK IS GUARANTEED,
r. The Price cr the ftoek has been fixed at ONE
HUNDRED AND FIVE DOLLARS per Share. Fire
Dollars go Into the Treasury of the Company aa a
Contribution to the Working Fund. Tke Par ralue
of tke Stock, One Hundred Dotlare, it paid totke Trut
ttet.lo s Depotilid in tkt Treasury of Ike United
Statu, or Incetled in Goitmnxtnt Seeurittat, AXD
MAT BE iflTHDRArYX BY THE STOCKHOLDER
By the-Payment Of Ten Dollars, persons that de
sire to await the Result of the First Year's Devel
opment, can Secure the bight ot obtaining A FULL
PAID SHARE OF GUARAXTEED STOCK for One
nundred Dollars Additional, at anytime before the
First day or April, lEoT. It la an Investment with
the Chances of Large Profit and is always converti
ble Into Cash at Par. It might be called
X LEGAL TENDER Oil. STOCK.
Bo largo a Working Fund (ISOO.OOO) has never
been provided or expended by any Company In the
Oil Kaglon. Subscriptions will bo received by
agents and by the principal Banks and Bankers
throughout the country. Prospectuses aad other
Information will be rurnlshed by Agents, and by
SAMUEL T. UO WARD,
21 Nassau SLNew York.
TS thereby given that I have this dav riven my
X son James Sherman his time the remainder cf I
his minority and therefor forbid all persenso trust
ing or harboring him on my account, for 1 shall not
pay any debts ef his contraction after this date.
Huntington, March 21st, w3w
I HEREBY give notice tnat I bave given my son
Darwin el. Frenchhis time during his minority,
and shall claim none of his earnings not pay any
debt of his contracting after this date.
Underbill, March 13. 1S6 w39w3.
STATE OF VERMONT.
t IIEREAS. The Bank of Burlington, a ecrpc
II ration duly incorporated br tne Legislature
of the state of Wrmont located and doing busi
ness at Burlington.ln the County of Chittenden. has
made application to mo requesting me to Issue a
proclamation designating some day for the termin
ation of the existence of said corporation , and
Whereas, It has been made to appear to me that
two-thirds of tho legal votes ef the stockholders
of said corporatiwn were given in favor of said ap
Now, therefore, I.Paul Dillingham, governor of
the State of Vermont. In confurmitr with said ap-
Lcatlon and the provisions of sections eighty-six
and eighty-seven or chapter eighty-aine of the
General Statutes of Vermont, do hereby lssuo ray
proclamation and declare that on the Fifteenth
day or September, A. D. 1SC, the said corporation
of the Bank or Burlington shall eeae to exist as
fully and with the same effect as if its charter ex
pire dby the limitation therein.
In witness whereof, I hsvehereunto signed my
natae and caused the seal of tho State to be
hereunto alllxed. In Rxecutlve Chamber In
l.s.1 Watcrbnry. this Twelfth day of March, In the
year of our Lord.one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-six. and of the Independence of the
United States tbs ninetieth.
By the Governor.
Secretary or Civil and Military Affairs.
March 13 wtm
STATE OF VERMONT.
WHEREAS, Tbe Farmers and Mechanic's Bank
a corporation duly incorporated by the Leg
islature of the State of Vermont, loetted and do
ing business at Burlington In the County of Chit
tenden, has made application to me requesting me
to issue a proclamation designating some day for
the termination or the existence of said corpora
tion! And whereas. It has been made to appear to me
that two-thirds of the legal votes of the stock
holder! of said corporation were given la favor of
said application i
Now. therefore, I, Paul DiUlngham. Governor
cf the State of Vermont, In conformity with said
application and the provisions of sections eighty
six and eighty-seven of chapter eighty-nine cf the
General Statutes of Vermont, do hereby issue mr
proclamation and declare that on tha Tenth day
of September, A. D.,18, the said corporation of
the Farmers and Mechanics' Bank shall cease to
exist, as fully and with the same effect as If Its
charter expired by the limitation therein.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto signed mr
name and caused the seal of the Stale to be
hereunto aaxed, in Executive Chamber at
Waterbury, this Eighth day or March. In the
(L.E. year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-six. and of the Independence of tbe
United States the ninetieth.
PAUL SILLING HAM.
By the Governor,
Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs.
March 21-dlwawtSept 10th.
Premium Cheese I'a I
Patented December 12 USA, and June 22, 16J3.)
With Cooper's Tntent Heater and Self
(Patented Fdruary 12, 18G1.)
MMHS VAT with its Utest lmprovemean ts now
JL tho best In use, and Is used generally through
out New Tork and the New Euglandpitates, both
er Factories and Family service.
YOUNG'S PATENT CURD CUTTER for sale
also. Sena ror circular.
C. C. POST, Agent,
Hliesbargh. Vt.. Oct. Itth. Itas. w
DR. STRICKLAND'S MELLIFLUOUS COUGH
BALSAM Is warranted to cure Coughs. Colds,
Hoarseness, Asthma, WhooplngCough, Sore throat.
Consumption, and all the affections of the Throat
Fcrs-de by Druggists. 50 cents per bottle.
(Jeo. C.Goodwin Co., 37 Hanover Street, East..
Bole Agents for New England.
n- KTRinK-r.ANLVS PILE REMEDY has cured
thousands of the worst eases of Blind and Bleediag
Piles. It dres Immediate relief and effects a per-
manentcure. Try airecuy. is u warrjunea
For sale by all Druggists. SO eeats per bottle.
Geo.C. Goodwin A Co., 37 Haaover street. Besto
Sole Agents for New England.
NSW and 0S1TAHSNTAL
FONTS of TYPE
LARGE AND SMALL,
sasT Wt:r fr parte! vtw
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BILLHEADS, , .
MANUFACTURERS OF PAPER AND BOOKS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
Books and Stationery.
soucrr oanxas sea
Everything in their line and pay
CASH FOR RAGS.
February . ISO. wtiwU.
E. C. RYER,
Would respectfully announce to the eitlsena of
tuls vicinity tuas no um opeuea an waem en a,ourui
K.t naarlr onsoslta First National Bank, where
he Is prepared to exeeato Desioss, Brncinca
noaa ana DsrrliLa for PubUa and Private Balli
lngs and in aar desired style. Bpeclal attention
given to making Drawings and Specifications for
the ratens urac. . tit-vd
Box 619, Barllagtoa, Vt.
March IT dlwawia
STEAM BOAT BLAN'KB
WEDDING CABD8, -.
GOLD OR COLORS
0roUri rtfifllf mtUUU.