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THE FREE PRESS BUBLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING. MAEOH 30 1866.
At an auction role at a convent near i an.,
cicbt hundred of hair shorn from tM "
of young Rirls who have t.tcn tho eil ncc
1810, brought $6000.
ItFceinsthc Pmidtntdid not tfPj
that Mr. Monroe, the Kebd recently elected
Major of New Orleans coM not take office.
He is to be inaugurated.
A married woman named Manala Garvin
was found fitter, u. death Sunday morning
bv the r.d iii Tai-nton, Mats. Itum did it.
The Ust par invention is jaiier Sockt,
and muslin combined. The in
Teuton, wj that tln-y will last as long as an
ordinary ir would keep clean, and their
oct will not equal the price of Wftt-hh;:.
A warm-bltoded maiden at Seymour, Ind.,
who;e aflcction for a young man watn't reci
procated, fed him "love powder" and nearly
poisjned him to death. Now the cruel fel
low fuea the maiden for damages.
Proloi-ur Edward Hitchcock has secured
from a gentleman of Springfield a large and
valuable collection of over a thousand In
dian rchci lor the cabinet at Amhertt Col
lego. John L. Flag, juft clio-wi to the Mayor
alty of Troy, is tbe Youngest incumbent of
that office in the United State, being little
more than twenty-four years of age. He is
a graduate of Harvard, and after admission
to the bar held fcveral offices of important
The tumily of Iwih Tuwrurm, of Tarry
town, cousisting of liiui-elf wife and four
children, were jwieoned on I'uesday. The
eldest daughter, nineteen years old, is dead;
the others are in a critic) I ondition. Their I
fleth is horribly swollen. Mr. TViwufend is a i
Justice- of rcnoe, and tt.e deed is suspected
to lie revenge by unknown parties.
A coinpany is being orgnnied iu Troy and
Saratoga, with a capital I0(i,000,to work a
eat bed about thrrr mill r north of Sarato
ga, he product hns leen teetoi in locomo
tive, on tbe Genua! JUilruad, with fucli
good remit that a conditional order for
forty thousand tons l.ii torn made. The
capital has all been uk-.-n, und tho managers
are confident that even should the priced of
coal fall to its norma) rau-i it will provo a
A man fupj 05-l to U- Qtinntrell, the no
torious Kansas guerilla, .md the burner jf
the town ol I.wrenec. has Immi arrested in
New York, where be was living under the
name of Hamilton. Important paiiers found
among his baggage were d.-siKitched to Sec
retary Stanton, and tbe prisoner was sent
on to Washington in irou-. Twenty-six in
dictments for murder, iound by the tirand
Jury of Lawrence, Kansas, are pi nding
Another Sic has -je-uri-,d in the Penn
sylvania Oil regions, at Petroleum Centre,
on the 22d. Nine wells-, three refineries.
And thirty odd buildings, were consumed
and the burning oil (mpt: d itsell into Oil
creek, a terrible fountain of smuke and
flame nearly a mile in length. I'lic- damage
is estimated at $150,(100. Ninety thousand
barrels of oil were destruj-d, IS engine
houses, derricks, engines, and the whole
paraphernalia for sinking wells were des
troyed One man was burned to death,
three fatally and two illicitly burned.
BI A. B. RUSSELL.
O fretful nymph, inexorable shrew !
Of all the sisters, none can tret like you :
Your voice is husky, and your piercing breath
Chills as if coming from the realms of death.
The flaunting coquette oft jou shrewdly play.
Sporting with Winter all the life long day;
And thtn with milder accents thou wilt sing.
And smile with mocking tenderness on Spring.
Fuu' well we know thy cold and hearth wail.
Thy troubled a:r. thy mingsol sleet and hail;
And cu.h11J wsit thy'latest setting sun.
To count thy days all numbered, thirty-one
Sensible Soitiiern Views The Char
lotteFvillc (Va.) Chronicle complains that
thojo Southern men who kept the rebellion
going twelve months after its cause was ut
terly hopeless, are now deluding the South
with the prospect of assistance from the
Democratic party of the North. It says :
"If the South is ssetionaliaed again, our
troubles are not over. If politicians engineer
the South into the position it occupied in 1660,
then the hammtr will .all upon us again. If
the antagonism is maintained between the North
and the South, of course we will he crushed.
Just in proportion a? the South seeks to become
a unit, just in tbe same proportion will the
North become united against us. What the
South requires for its safety to say nothing of
its prosperity is a broad national sentiment
commensurate with the whole country. And it
v yield no more, we must yield at least enough
for i.'ds. The South can take up a position
which ir"s tnort f tnis' a"l miiht by political
corabinatu'111 carry sometimes an election, or a
Toto in the House of Representatives; but it
would be only th positin f Ireland in the
British Empire, BnJ the Irih members m the
Bouse of Commons. Therefore we deeply regret
the studied attempt at th orth to recalvanne
the Democratic party, with the hone or getting
for it always tbe solid vote of fcou,u- Ja!t
so certain as this is done, the 50(.",tleDry of tho
Kerublicans is made certain for m'T years,
and our allies will only make things wrsc for
us by keeping up the animosities of the p s'-
Still better than this is the following
language by Col. W. B. Stok- to bis Union
friends in Nashville, Tenn. :
" lor frienJt in 11'athinffton are the
Union men in Congrest. Sometimes they are
termed Kadicals. I don't care what name you
call them. I can be called a ltadical as easily
as I was called a Linoolnitc and Abolitionist in
IBM. The Radicals are your friends, I repeat.
Some of them are a little extreme in some of
their views, but you must remember that these
Union men are the ones who saved our Govern
ment in ISM, when it required all the energy
and courage of man to meet the dreadful crisis.
Are they not the men whom you should trust
now with the reins cf Govornment V
Southern Habits. A letter from
eminent officer says :
ir wlotp man in Ualeich. a
aKo, who actually had fifty negro children, and
r tv,.m s the child of his necro daughter.
thus actually beinz father and grandfather to
the same child, lhis is thought nothing of
here. In fact, in private conversation gentle
men' will acknowledge their relationship to the
negro in the presence of their wives and daugh
ters, without causinjablush upon their gentle
Southern cheeks. Tfaey are so accustomtd to
having half brothers amons their slaves, that
it in no manner teems to affect their respect for
their common father. The wife feels no dis
grace or shame, and her husband, who has sol
emnly promised to be faithful to her, gots
out and cohabits with her Bfgro house-maid,
and the negro's and the wife's children grow
up together. The relationship is known to the
children, and as they grow up, incest is adJed
tty the noble young Southerner' crimes, and tho
ch ild , doubly a grandchil 1, is hell up as on ex-
amls of negro stupidity. It is equal to the
iito.1 children, ain't it T I called at a lady's
house last week, and the TeUted an anocdots of
their housi-maia s weaaing fche said they
uch interested in her, and dressed her as
nicely a? a white bride, because she was her
Her young lady daughter was in the
room, and two ladies Tisiting her. Thej thought
... . Id... .In .jm !lTT!l.,,
notning oi iu " " " s
Nrw Encland Soldiers' Belief Associa
The final report o the
operations of tuc New England Solder
Belief Association, established in New lork
in April, 1FC2, by sons of New England res
Wear tbers, shows tbat the association ac
complished a vast amount of good in caring
for the brave defenders of tbe Union. Tbo
soldiers of every State in the Union were
the recipients ol its bounty and benevolence.
From the records it appears tbat from April
9, 1SC2, to Sept. 1, 1S63 tha Association
received, registered, lodged, fed, aided and
clothed, sick, wounded and disabled soldiers
to tbe number of 450,073. of whom 50.C18
ware from New England. There were cared
jor in hospitals 91.G09 soldiers, of whom
24,140 were Trcsi Now England The num
ber of soldiers nnd regiments received and
eared for in their passage to the war was
253,490, all lrom Massachusctts,Ncw Hamp
shire, Vermont and Maine. The number of
returning soldiers entertained was 24,333.
This shows a total of 490,001, or nearly half
a million of men who were benefited by this
noble organization. The amount of money
pndeU in their behalf wai $69,518.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
DKATII OF SENATOR TOOT.
Washington-, March 23.
Senator Foot of Vermont died at 8 o'clock
this forenoon, peacefully and beautifully.
He was conscious to the Ust moment, ana
just before he died aaied to be raised so that
he could look on the Capitol through tbe
front window of his chamber. He died in
Mrs. Carter's boarding bouse, which is but
n few rods distant from the Senate
Chamber. Mr. Foot has suffered but
little in his illness, but has been
of the oninion from tho first attack that
he would not recover. To an intimate friend
last night who said " God bless you," Mr.
Foot responded. "Ho will. I know Ho
will."' He died a Christian's death, but
lamented that he had not openly professed
Christ durins his life. This seemed to be
the omy tbiug that troubled him during his
It is now uncertain whether the Senate
will proceed to consider tho veto message
and vote on it or not. Yt ncn Mr. root s
death is announced the Senate will immedi
ately adjourn. If it is not announced at the
opening of the session , then the Civil Kights
Bill will be voted on, with the nrospect that
it will be carried over the veto. It wculd
havo been pasted last night if a vote eould
have been taken, but Mr. Truinlnll desired
The Intilligenaei this morning make it
fierce attack upon the Senate for its vote
yesterday in the Stockton cafe. It call in
question the lionor and the honesty of Sena
tor .Morrill of Maine, and of Senator Foster,
the Vice President. It attacks Mr. Sumner
with foul lansuace. All this adds fuel to
the lire, when it is remembered that the
Intelligencer is the organ of the President.
The Chronicle has a stron? leader against
the veto, but treats the President with re
spect. It expresses the opinion tbntitwill
la passed over the veto.
Boston, March 21.
forenoon. Mr. Geo. fc. I'wyer, cm-
ployed on board tho new steamer la. Orien-1
tala. while attcmptinz to iass from one side
to the other while the engine whs in motion,
was crushed to death under tho crank. He
was 21 years old, and belonged to New
New York, March 22.
'The steamship Australasian from Liver
pool 10th. via Ouecnstown 11th, lias ar
President Johnson's speech at the Wash
ington meeting is very generally applauded.
The TTwiex warmly eulogizes it.
Tbe Daily Aom gives a very qualified ap
proval and bitterly denounces Mr. Bincrolt's
" In the House of Commons the Parliamen
tary oath bill was read a econd time after
Disraeli had given notice of an amendment
vbicb will make the oatb reooznue tnc su
premacy of tho Queen and acknowledge al
legiance to her succes-ors. I
The Reform question is actively diseussed
by the papers.
lbe Irish police continue to carry out
their extraordinary power with great vigor.
Arrests are numerous. Nine men were ar-
rcsted at Cork iust after landing I
America. Town Commissioners at Queens
town had been arrested. There are various
rumors iu regard to Stephens, one is that he
very recently escaped to Fraece, but the po
lice believe him to be still in Dublin and
keep up the search.
It was stated that tho Austrian Minister
of Foreign affairs had been authorised to
make a fresh treaty with the Mexican Gov
ernment for tbe completion of the Austrian
volunteer corps for Mexico.
New York, -March 22.
A Toronto despatch of the 22it, says the
rumor gains strength that ten thousand
more men will soon be called out by tho
At Montreal yesterday, a juhccuian fired
on some persons.thinking they were Fenians.
Nobody was hurt.
Though there is not a downright panic
hero, the feeling is that tbo Fenian danger
is not over. Some demonstration is looked
for from acru-a the Line before long, and in
consequence volunteering is not stopped.
Great enthusiasm is manifested by the
St. Jon.NSBRRV. Vt., Mar. 21.
At hall past seven last evening a fire was
. 1 .. , .1
discovered in the tin shops in this place.
The fire spread rapidly consuming the machine-shop,
new car-house, engine-house,
rail-shop and part of tbo wood-shed, to
gether with two engines, a part "of a third,
all the machinery, tools, stock, kc. Nearly
or quite all of the cars were aved. Loss
100,000, insurance $3o,000. Tho build
ings destroyed were the property of the
Passumpsic B. 1L Co.
Washington, March 22.
The Connecticut llcpublicans here feel re
lieved at tbo result of the interview of Gen
Hawlcy with the President yesterday. He
was non-committal in most respects, but
clearly intimated that he had not committed
himtclf to the Democrats. He is evidently
trying to keep on good terms witn uotn
There is notbini: certain as yet respecting
bia position except be is on the fence.
A large number of the President's nom
inations have been confirmed by tbe Senate,
but a few are lying over for future action,
with little chance of approval.
Tho President thus tar lias seni m goou.
llcpublicans or War Democrats. lbccaEo
of Gen. Frank P. Blair of Missouri, who is
nominated as Collector of the port of St.
Louis, troubles the Senate. mo .Missouri
Senators regard him ns a very bitter politi
cal enemy, but tbe President urges him as a
General m tbo war, who has Iclt the army
poor. This is a fact. Blair is poverty
stricken, and needs an office, but U a bitter
opponent of Kepublicanism.
There is no telling what will be done.
Veto ol liic Civil Kights Bill
Wasuinoton, March 23.
The President has vetoed the Civil Rights
New Oblkans. Mar. 22.
Planting is going on rapidly in Louisiana.
Su"ar and corn all planted.
The steamboat Butler which was seized at
Shrcveport on account of the murder of a
negro soldici on board, has been released by
Gen. Canby but thirty of the crew arc de
tained in custody.
All the illfceling between the people and
tho negro troops On Bed River is believed to
Tho cholera nuarantine will be removed
from West Indias and Mexican shipping.
fu. Plnstdn and coastwise shipping has
.lrrml,. hren relieved. There is no cholera
on the Gulf or on tbe Spanish main.
New York, March 23.
Arizona from Aspinwall
March 15lh brings the California mail pas
sengers and treasure of March 1st.
The frnlil nslismrnt at Barbacoas con
The erp.VH nf ihn Snnnish fleet on the Chi
lian coast arc suffering from confinement and
The Spanish frigates have been repulsed
in an attack on the Chilian fortifications at
the mouth of the river, in which was the
Bolivia has allied herself with. Chili and
Pern, for offense and defense. Peru was
rapidly preparing to take a full share in the
The Colombian Congress has rejected the
proposition to declare war against Spain.
The weather was dry on the Isthmus and
the country healthy.
Cincinnati, March 23.
Pike's Opera House took fire from an ex
plosion of gas at midnight, and tbe whole
building is in ruins. Portions of the front
wall have fallen in to Fourth street, and the
entire rear and side walls arc a mass of
The Enquirer office with all its contents is
The fire spread across to the Adams Ex
press stables, and to several buildings on
third street, but is now well subdued.
The total less will reach two millions.
The loss of Mr. Pike is estimated at one
million, upon which he has an insurance ol
ery little property wag saved except the
money and papers in tbe omce.
Alio actors lost all tbeir wardrobes. Att
ains' Repress Co. saved their money and
valuablo packages, but every thing else was
New York, March 123.
A Washington despatch says it is under-
. l ... i , i - i c L
stood that orders have been issued for th
immediate fitting out of a flying squadron
for duty on the British North American
coaet. arious reasons are assigned for this
movement. One is the assembling ot tbe
British West India fleet at Halifax. Anoth
er is, the reman scare, still another is too
termination of the liecinrocity Treaty and
its etlect on our hebcries.
It will probably equal the English fleet in
Wasuingtox, March 23,
The House Committee of Ways and
Means has voted to report back the Loan
Bill with amendment rcstrictin-r tbe reduc
tion of Government currency to ten millions
month lor the hrst six montbs ana lour
millions a month afterwards. The vote
tood five to four.
New YorK, March 24.
A Toronto. C. W.. despatch of tho 23d,
says the excitement has quieted down here
though no relaxation is apparent in tnc pre
pirations for defence.
According to Michael Murpbev, tbe sup
posed Canadian Head Centre. 85.000 uf
Fenian bonds had been taken up in Can-
The citizens of Ottawa arc still so ner
vous, that night jatro'.sand countersigns are
The left wing of the Canadian army on
the St. Iiwrcncc border, exhibits creat ac
tivity, and fresh troops are constantly ar
The military authorities eay tbat it me
Fenians attempt to cross at Ogden.burgb, I
they will fire on that city with the guns of
the tort at 1 rcsCott.
New Orlians, March 23.
Tho 1'icauune has the following :
Litest lroni the City of Mexico are to the
loth inst. The Capital was full ol people,
but bukincss was dull. Hut lew Americans
wcie there. Saiall quantities of troops are
constantly arriving in Mcxioo from Europe
and not many are leaving, tberc are about
30,000 French trooi in .Mexico.
New York, March 21.
Another extensive robbery of bonds took
place yesterday. A thief entered tbe resi
dence of John P. Moore. No. 110 Madison
nixl -tole a box containing bonds to
the value of $100,000. A reward of $o,000
is offered for the recovery of the lost articles
T, , ,
asuincton. Marcu i.
The Loan bill will go OTer to the Senate
un Monday, and m the senate nnancc com-
mittee it is in great danger of amendment. I
r shorman is in favor of a further rcstric-
the liowcr of the Secretary of
(,. Trpn-urv. nnd will endeavor to
mrn,l thr hill in that direction. Tbo Sena
tors generally arc not friendly to McCul
loch, regarding him as a dangerous man.
He is no politician, but he wields vast politi-
cal power turougn ins poiiuua auej
trott in nnv excited election, he would be
more dangerous than a practical poli
Washington, March 20.
n,.. !Kaehusi!tts liauor cases have ben
decided by the Supreme Court in favor of
Thn IInltl State license does not ciyo
dealers tbe right to sell liriuor in violation of
New Yoee, March 25.
X Brownsville, Texas, letter of March 10,
states tbat a dissension among the Liberal
chiefs in Mexico continues, and one of the
disputes led to a 8ght between Cortinas and
Canalcs, in which Cortcnas was defeated
and several of bis men were killed and cap
1'hc officers of the Emperors army on tbe
Bio Grande frcoly expressed tho opinion tbat
the t rench troop win
irvbvm until MAxainillian Lmpirc it a
The reiMinents 2Jinnosin the 1st Hriga
of white troops, so called, which has bec n
on this frontier since iu occupancy in Juno
last, are to be mustered out of service. It
is expected that they will start tor me .urm
about the 2Gth inst. ith their departure,
thn lwrder will be narrisoned by colored
troops entirely, stvc tho few reguUr bat'
Washington, Mari.li -o.
The vt, messaco may not bo sent m un-
til Wednesday morning as Sundays are not I
ouunted amonff the ten days which the Pres-
counted among the ten days
idcut may retain a bill.
Thcro arc indications that Mr. btoeltton
will be ejected from his scat.
The expected report on mc coumuuu i
v n ,ni s it iTTituiinc- mo testi
mony ol" Robert E. Lee, will not be made 10-
Uov. r oot S pnysiciau icam ."
bis case is hopeless.
We give tbe above as 11 nrarawu,,
greatly tearing that it refers to Senator
Vcio oi the Civil Bight Bill.
Washington, March 2"tb. 1. r. m.
The President's veto of the Civil Bights
Bill was handed in at one o'clock.
Senator Foot is passing away.
The friends of Mr.Stockton or Xew Jersey
are confident to-day that thcycan keep him
in bis scat.
Senator Dixon it is expected will soon be
well enough to vote, and he will go for
Stockton. There is no hope of having a
vote frum Vermont againstStockton for some
time to come.
Thcro is counting of nosea in the Senate
to tee if there is strength enough to pats
the Civil Bights Bill over the veto, if it
Montreal, C. E., March 27.
At a meeting held here yesterday to raise
funds to provide for the families ot tho
Montreal ;yoluntecrs on duty, there wero
about fifty persons present who subscribed
$23,000. It is supposed there will be no
difficulty in raising $50,000.
Washington, March 27.
As it is conceded that the ejection of Mr,
Stockton will secure the passage of ths Civil
Bight Bill over the expected veto. The de
mocrats and other fritnds of President
Johnson are much excited at the prospect.
Senator Wright has been appealed to to
come here and it is rumored that be has re
plied that he will come if it costs his life.
The presiding officers of the different trade
Unions and Societies held a meeting yestcr
of making arrangements
for holding a grand National Convention of
Trade Societies ot tne uniicu ijano.
dentials were presented from representatives
of 50,000 members of Trade Unions of the
country at large. Resolutions were adopted
.nmmilteca annotated to make the
netcssary preparations lor a national con
San Fracisco, March 26.
Thn Steamer Pacific has armed from
Poland Oreiron withfilOO.000 in treasure.
The republicans had called meeting at
Portland to endorse iresiueni jonniou,
when Gov. Gibbs, who wm present arose
and denounced tho meeting as one ot cop-
r-rheads. He. with others, then leu we
Hkw Yoke, March 21
A Wnihinctrjn iliimatcli uva the President
has dclincd to accent the resignation of
Postmaster Cleavrland ol Hartford.
Lieut. Gen. Grant will shortly sail for
Euroi, and the Navy Department is now
looking up a vessel lor nis accommodation.
Capt. Ainmen, an old schoolmaster of tbe
General's and now of tbo iron-clad Mianto-
nomo, is to be transferred to tbe man-of-war
that connys the military chief across the
ocean, lbe Miantonomo is ordered ou lor
a short but important cruise in adjacent
The small pox at Raleigh, N. C, is de
Brig. ucn. ulOTerson has been promoted to
a .Major uenerai.
A party residing berc has commenceu a
suit against Gen. Terry in the United States
I r . i- .! j?. . , ; I I
Court for this district, claiming damages for
low and injury caused by the Oencrai as
commander ot tbe department ol a.
ltic Ways and Means Committee nave
agreed to let tho exemption of tax on in
comes stand as it now is at SGOO, adding
$C0 exemption for every child in a family
up to fifteen in number.
Toronto, C. W., March 27.
Universal quiet rcinns in all parts of
Canada, and no rumors are afloat. Volun
teers are still drilling in the interi-jr, and
guaring the Irontior.
Xkw York. Mar. 23.
It is alleged that the principal of the
crcat bond robbery of sl.&UU.UUU lrom tne
office of .Mr. 1C u. Lord, ha-, been arrcotcil
probability tbat the prot rty is beinn re
San' Francisco, March '20.
A sharp stroke of an earthquake was re
cently cxpricnceu at Helena Mont.
A rcjHinent ol mounted volunteers is going
to tbe rescue of the citizens nt rott Benton
who are threatened by savaces.
Great excitemeut was created at ictoria
by a report of the discovery of a ledge of
well defined cold. Learini: rock ol great
richness fifty feet in width, within lo miles
of tbo town.
Washington, March 28.
Kcprcecntativc Uatis cxptcts to call up
tho Brooks contested election case to-morrow
American Life Drove and no one coughs.
io no respect like a Dye is Hoot's I'estaehine.
tion is designed to impart to young men a loun.i
practical butinrtt education which (hall fit
them for active duty in any department of busi
ness. The College Monthly with all information
may be obtained by addressing Iiryan Straiten
and lloyt, Burlington Vt.
BurlinRtcn ,Sert. I.lb66 wtf
Dos't be Foolish. You an mika six dd-
lars from fifty cents. Call and examine an in.
ventwn urcently needed ty everybody. Or a
sample cent free by mail for oOo., that retails
easily for 6. by II. L. WOLCOIT, 170 Cha
tham Square, New York.
At Orwell, Vt., March 21st. Pliny F. Park
Salem, N, V.. to 1IU; Kate Hell of Orwell.
In this city. March ti, br Rev. A. L-i'oc r, Mr.
Jaj. M FMierof Bt.Arain-l.C. E., anl Miss Addie
M. Wells of rsurllnrun.
In Wlllliton oa the 21st fust., at the bouse other
son Anson S. Johnson, Mrs. Lurlntla, widow of the
lata Jehn Johnson, Esq., In U106SU1 year ofLcr
In this city, 23d but., or coniamption, Howard
ChapIn,)onceet son of Jllal and Harriet M. DavL,
aed 2 years 9 months.
At Brownsrille, IV. on the 19th Inst., Win. II.
Clark, Esq., ailed SI years.
Ia Montreal, March 23d. Frank Andrew, secoad
son of Wm. W. and KHiabeth V. Robertson, a;ed
three years and seven months.
In Ehelburn, Mareh , Lucy P. wile cf liter b.
Morse, ap;d Ct years.
Funeral on Fainrday at 3 P. M.
llo. ton .Market
WiDMiPAT. star 23.
FLOUV. Sales at V AT 23 tor Western super
fine, for common extras, lncladln: good
bakers' brands, medium extras at $9 50 tt It , and
cood and choice, at 111 SB vt ii 001, up niuc
13 30 for favorlto brands Canada i St. Louis, good
and choice extras at $13 T 17 Si, a few favorite
brands at tie T5 a 17 60 f Lbl. Cora Meal, sales
at(2SM3?i Vbblfor :"' shipping brands.
uncKwneai is selling sip y per too as,
U RA IN. Southern yellow at rf2e. and Western
tolled at Wc V trashel. Oats, Ncrtbera and Cana
da at S7 Q COc Kye. sales at 85 "M 95c f bnshsl
for eonmon and good, buorts, sales at s.-w cz 21 y
ton. Fine Feed Is nominally J-iC'C; and mid
Hllngs 29 a 30 V ton.
rjulvi&ilJrtu. core, sairsai inasxj tor pnme
127 C 23 for mess : and 130 a 31 for clear, as to
quality. Beef, sales at 117 3 20 for mess
KB lor exira men sou . .t lur iauiijt
eitra. cash. Lard sales have been at 19 0 194 for
nfs&ni and VettlA renderd. b'moked Hams I9e ss fb.
tub. Ho;s are quiet at i: l3ot!!, with ery
"dut receipts, uoiier remains me same me
,JMhav Cecnat40treror common and cood
Tork nd Vermont aamesi very caoice io
cooj armets' dairies, and 21 esie for factory made
WOOL sales about i i) Bs llse and
pnllea ai lrom w re tsc lor neece, ana fct tucior
o. 1 an4 extra pulled.
CA.MItRIDCK CATTLE MAKKKT.
fBy Telegraph to the FrcePrtss.
At market CSV) cattle, 7361 sheeps and lambs.
Prices of Market lleef-eitra V ewt., $13,WC
Second quality, ill SO
Third quality 19 sas 10 oo
Prices of store cattle Working Oxen, per pair,
100, IK) CJ27S.
Allien lows ana Laires, i j, j, so us iu
Two years old, $15 0 43.
Three years old, $60 (tt TO.
PricesorSheepand Lambs In lots $123, 47$,
a 5 25 each; Extra $.-,&)- 9 to, or from H to
Tallow, 8 09e lb.
relU. 175 IS 2,23 each.
CalfBklns 20 19 22c V ft
There wero about 225 less rattle at market than
last week j quality about the same. On account of
tho small number of cattle the market was quite
lively and prices advanced from 60 to 75 cents per
cwt. About twice the number of sheep at mariet
that tbero were last week:, mens was noienougn to
supply the demand last wee ana prices aavancea
a trifle-, but the larso number to-day brought the
prices still lower than they wero two weeks ago ;
quality about the same.
FORTH K AUMr.FORTIIE.VAV WIND
FOR. F.VEltr ONE.
Tha world Is so Inundated now with medicines of
every description which are warranted cures for
every known and unknown species of disease, that
the snfferer finds It almost Impossible to dlstincuish
between cood and bad. Some of these wonderful
fluids profess to cure every complaint known to tho
Materia Medlea. In speatlaE of llosrarrsa's Bii-
vaas, We refer to a preparation which limits Itself
to one department of the body the stomsen tne
lrrecnlarities and disorders of which It not only
elalms to cure, but does. Its repatatlon has be
come world-wide, and from the raelfio to the At
lantic, In both hemispheres, and In every latitude
and sones.lt Is known and employed a a remedial
Persons who have been repeatedly deceived,
perhaps, eannot bo convinced that lIostetters Bit
ters will effsct sure, rapid, and permanent cures.
Bat this assertion Is confirmed by testimonial let
ters from the most dlstlnjuished men la the conn
try. All who bare once used these Bitters keep
them now by their side as a safe-eaard, bellevlns
that ''an ounce of prevention Is better than a
pound of cure."
Tho digestive organs which have been violated
and prostrated by excessive or Irregular Indulgence
of appUt. will be restored to their normal con
dition by the use of this wonderful medicine.
Sottas Trareer. March 22-dawlw.
WONT CSE ATiT OTHER.
Tbe last anl the best the right article finally i
Torybody likes It I Is purely vegetable t restores
mr balr.ln fbnr weeks, or money refunded. It
will do it every tuns. Three applications will eura
all humors of the scalp. Ask for WZBSTKK'S
rXOXTJBLE HAIR fjrriOOJtEOat.and don't take
FOJt SdLK BT ALL DRUGGISTS,
MAKE TOOK OWN SO API
Bv Savins nnd Using- your Waste
Buy Una Box of tbe
PenrCa Salt Manufacturing Co.'s
s .i jp o .v i r i a it
(Patents of 1st and 6th, Feb , 1139.)
CONCENTRATED LYE !
It w'll mike 10 POUNDS of excellent Hard Soap,
or 25 GALLON of tho very best Soft Soap, for I
only about 35 CENTS. Directions on each box.
Tor ilo at all Drug and Grocery Stores.
Put one "t ox of SapoalSer into three gallons of
water, (knock off the end, and let the box boll until
it empties itself, then take oat the box.) add four
I ud a half pounds of fat, and let It loif a hours and
I In mint,.. TM A 11 l..lr .. . t
10 minutes. Then add a small half pint of salt,
and let It continue boiling 35 mlnutos longer, when
you add half a gallon of lot water, and let It eomo
t a boil. Pour a small tumblerful of cold water
Into a tub or box to wet it ronni the sites, then
empty tin soap In; to stand all night, and cut
la lrs In the morning.
Male in Uiesame way, with the exception
adding fifteen gallons (of water and n salt.
you nttdit an inn littlr.
Mar. 6 dawCmr.
STORMING THE STRONGHOLDS
of prejudice and misapprehension, and carrying all
before It CaisrADoao's BAia ore pursues Its march
or success. Like thoso of the Union, its colors aro
the cynosures of every eye, Its victories lkavixo
staix. It turns thousands of heads, and charms In
numerable bcarU. Containing no caustic element.
it eannot injurs the hair or blemish the skin. 3Ian-
nfaetarod by J. CRISTADOUO, No, 6 Astor House,
New.York. Sold by druggUti. Applied by aB
Ilalr Drejsenr. dawlm.
A COUCH, COM). OR SUKK THROAT
Rrqniret immediate attention and ihould A.
checked. If alloired to continue.
Irritation of the f.un", a Permanent
Thront Aflcction, or an Incurable
is oma tuc sssclv.
Bron n;s Itronchial Troches
HAV1S A DIRXCT lSrLWCS OT TUC rARTS, CIVE
I'o Ilrouchitix, Asthma, Catarrh, ('on
umptive mid Thront l)ieact.
TBOCHK ARC CSXB WITH ALWAVS GOOD SCCCrs
singers and pcblic speakers
will rln.1 Troektt useful in clearing the roice when
taken before Singing or Speaking, and rcllevins
the throat after an unusual exertion of tbe vocal
organs. The 7ecli are recommended and pre
scribed by Ph)si:ian:, and have had tostimonia'n
from eminent men throughtut the country. Being
an article ol true merit, and having r,.J their
eBcacy by a test of many veara, earh ) sir fnd
them In now localities hi various parU of the world
and the Tnchti are universally pronouae! better
than other articles.
Osvaih only "BrowVi I!rovcbiii.Tiio hi," and
do not tako any of tho TTftKit ImWhhi that
Sold everywhere iu the United State, and
Foreign Countries, at 35 cents per box.
itch: itch: itch:
Scratch! Scratch! Scratch
WHKATON'S OINT.VI II NT
WILL CDRE TUB .ITCH IN 4 HOURS.
AlsocurcSiLrltHicv.Uuiiis.CaiLRLAi.is. a ad
all Encerioxs or ini Sci.i. Price 50 nU. For
sale by all druggists.
By undine SO cents to WEEKS A. 1-OTT8R, Gee.
Agents, 170 Washington street, Boston, it will be
forwarded by mail, tree of postage, to any address In
the United States.
OoLX, IgSJ daw trr
HATCH KI.ORVS ll.VIRDVK
THE BEST IN THEIWORLD. Harmless, relU
ble, InsUnUneous, the only ptrftet dye. No die
appointment, no ridiculous tints, tno to nature.
Mask or brewn. Gtnmmt u tarara HtUwn J.
RiitltUr. Also, Rejenerated eatvaetof oaltleaenr
preMrres and beautifies the balr, preserrea laM-
mis. Sold by all druggists. Faetery SI Barcolay
St., N. T dawly.
AI.LCOGav'S I'OROl'S IM.ASTKRS.
CURE LUMBAGO, PAINS OF THE SIDE, VAR1
COSE VEINS, SORE CIlEoT, Ac.
An Eltotriclan, who has great experience
their effects in local rheumatism. In tic dolortux
and deep-seated nervous and other pains, and
in affections of the kidney s, tts, et., attributes all
their sedative, stimalatire, and pain-relieving
eCVcts to their ((ne qualities. He a.wrM they
rsatore tho hoalth oleetric condition (equilibrium)
of the part, and tsar being restered, pain and mor
bid action cease.
Brandreth House, Hew Turk, Nor. -3, ISS9.
T. Allcocc t Co Gentlemen ; 1 lately sncoreu
sorerelyfrom a weakness in my kici Having
heard your Tlasters much reeooooiended incases ot
this kind I procured one, and the result was all
that I could desire. A single Tlaiter cure.! me In
a week. Yoars, Respectfully. J. U. BRIOUS
General Agency, Brandreth flume, New ork.
Sold bv all Dealers In Medicine. dawlm
lOCSEHOI.I) NECESSITY EXIS
FOR THE USE OF
Uiiriio'N Catarrh Snuli,
Which, in the first stages of a co Id actalike magic-
Headache, Hoarseness, Diphtheria and Bronchitis,
a Eyes Deafnew. Bad Taste and Smell, being tne
result of Catarrh. This snuff removes and prevenU
all these, and insures a healthy nead. Its effects
are pleasant and safe even f.r infants who i
Ithasthehlghest profetslonal testimonials
by all Druggists, or sent by Mail to all parts
for30centa fcrOne Box, or $1 forfour Boxes
Address, JAS. DUr.N0. P. O. Box i!OS,
Wholesale, by D.BARNES CO., 21 Park Row, N.
rwi a. dwsm.
isRANDRETII-S PILLS. C05TIVKNESS, DIAR
) RHEA. They aro taken up by the atsorbents,
and carried Into tho circulation, through which
medium they are convejel to every part cf the to
dr. If the caln affects the joints, a single dose indu
ces remarkable benefits. And the same rule applir s
to eostlveness, diarrhea and dysentery ; though
with the last named they may bo required night
and morning for some days before decided relief Is
obtained. In affections of tho lungs, throat head
and pleurisy, the relief Is certain; tho excretory
onrans throw off with ease tho phlegm, and the
breathing becomes freer. Spasm odic aatliua Is of
ten cured by a slnglo doso.
RELtKI, COLORS DESTROYED.
WHEN nature or time has planted on tho human
head such colors as robcl against every idea
of comeliness, replace them with those glorious and
exquisite black and brown tinges everywhere deem
STANDARDS OF HEAUTY
which are produced in live minutes, without Injur
ing tho fibres orstalnlng tho scalp, by
CIIRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE.
Manufactured by J. CRIsTADORO, No. 6, Astor
House, New York. Sold by Drugghrts. Applied by
all Hair Dressers,
ERRORS OF YOCTE.
A gentleman who suffered fur years from Nervous
DsbIUty,-Premataro Decay, and all the effects or
youthful Indiscretion, will for the sako cl suffering
humanity, send free to all who need It, tholreclpo
and directions fomaklng. tho simple remedy by
which he was cured. Sufferes wlihmg to profit by
the advertiser's experience, can do so by address
ing. In perfect confidence. JOnN B. OO DEN,
w3m. No, 13 Chamber St., New. York.
"MARTHA WASHINGTON" HAIR
Would you bava dalk and lustrous locks, and vie
With beauty's queen, the goddess of tho sky t
Or Is your beauty fading to decay,
Your raven tresses passing fast away?
Or Is age drawing too untimely near!
Do silvery locks upon your head appear
Then why of youthful beauty, why despair
When there's a balm for every silvery hair ;
Time's sorrows, fever's ravages it blesses
A sure restorer of those missing tresses !
From'her bright locks the immortal name it won
Of Hair Restorer ''Martba WAsnuroroic !
Then hie to tho Store just across the way.
And got a bottle with tho least delay.
Sold Etxrvwdiri. Price UfiO.
8IMONDS ACO-, Proprietors.
Fltiwllllam N. IT.
March 12, wly
BCTMEAXDI'LLDO YOU COOD."
ICoot and Herb Bitter,
A STANDARD MEDIClNEi-wlthout tho pos
sibility of a doubt tho best remedy known
fur tho following and all kindred diseases : - Indi
gestion, Cost! recess, LIrer Complaint, Piles,
ache. Heartburn, Dyspepsia, Diixlneai, Scrctubv,
Salt Rheum, Languor, Lailness, Debility, Jaundice,
Flatulency, Humon, Foul Stomach, Ac.
By ths timely use of this medicine the blood
purified. Tho appetite Is restored. The system
strengthened. The liver la invigorated. The
breath is sweetened. The complexion la beautified.
And tho general health is restored.
A gentle laxative. An aggreeable tonic.
plendii appetiser. A h maJih stimulant. A re
vlver of drooping spirits.
Sold by all Dealers In Medicine everywhere.
ROOTS HOOTI JtOOTI
READ- READ! READ
Root's rrsTAcnisit preserves the life of the Hair
changes it from gray to its original color In three
weeks; prevents the hair from falling: It the best ar.
tide for dreeing the hair eier found in market; will
surely remote dandruff .aud cure all diseases of tbe
scalp; ia delightfully perfumed, cures bildnns, and
win not stain tbe skin. We tell the story ouicklr.and
tell it true, when we ray it Is a perfect
Britorrr unil llreotlni; Cumlilaed.
No other preparation for the haircoulalns l'tstachie
li ut Oil. Sold by all DrurcisU.
OltUIN SKINXEU U CO., Sole Proprietors,
LIPI LIFE! LiriM
DROPS ' DROrS ! DROPS
AirxaicAx LircDuorswill cure Diptheria,Couhs.
iironcmUJ, bore Throat, Attbma, Rheumatism. Neu.
ralgia, Ague In the Face, llcadach. Toothache,
uroises, sprains, (.luioiainn. Croup, C olds,
Ferer and A sne and Cbulrt-u In u olnleUny I
soia oy ail urnegists. uith lull iiirrclions for use.
ORR1N SKINNER & CO , t'rop'o, Spiiugfirld, Mom.
O. C. GOODWIN 4 CO.. AgruU. I!o.tou, ltasa.
IMPORTANT TO FEMALtS.-TIIE
elebratod DR. DOW continues to devote his entlr
tlnietth)t-4itaiitor ill diseases incident to a
femalo system. An experience of twenty-thre
ears en aMes him to guarantee speedy and perma
nent relief In tho worrr ours of 5vp,rftjen ant ml'
Hktr Mtnslruol l)trangtmentstTom trkaitKr rout'
AH letters fur advice must contain l. Office,
0 Endieott street, Boeton.
N. B. Board Iurnishe.1 to those who wish
remain under treatment.
Budon. June2t. l&ftu. dSUwly
N .MO LANDER'S EXTRACT IICCKC
Cures Kidney Dies.
SMOI.ANDEIfS EXTRACT 1IUCKLT
S.MOLlVDEIt'S EXTRACT HCCKC
Cures Crioar- Diseases.
S.M(ILlXI)ElfS EXTR 1CT I1CCKC
Cure Gravel. 1
SMOHNDERVS EXTR VCT UFCKC
Tbe BKsr Fluid Extract RUCKU now before the
public. ISSMOLJXVEJVS. For all diseases above,
and for irr.JK.VESS and PJIXS .VfZf BACK,
rEiULE COMPLJtyrs, and disorders arising
from EXCESSES OF J.vr AT.Ytt, It Is perfectly
IXrjLUJBr.E. For sale by all Apotheearies ev
erywhere. PRICE O.SE DOLLJP.. TRY IT!
TAKE AO OTHER !
BORLiMn A ltooitH.-, Wholesale Druegists, e
Hanover street, Boston, General Agents.
Jan I. ISM wly
'JOY TO THE WORLD."
tub ixTRODcenoi or
PERRY DJriS' PJI.Y KILLER.
To the nOeriag humanity of tUs age, has relieved
more pain and caused more real Joy than any
other one thing that eaa to named.
The Apothecary finds It first among the medicines
called for, aad the Wholesale Druggist considers it
a leading article of bis trade. All the dealers in
uedicine speak alike in its fivor; aad It reputa
Uon as a medicine of great merit is fully and per
Mareh 21. wlm.
Ci-cttmri Having had freouent occasion to us
PERRY DAVIS- PAIN KILLER
roa couc 1.1 UORSCS,
and seeing It used by others, I tan say that I re
gard it as the best preparation extant wbea tried
iu time, er in tho first stages ftbat very preralcnt
oomplalat. I recommend all persons who have, cr
use horses, to have It constantly on hand for cases
For the human family, both as an internal and
external remedy, the Pais Killer Is so favorably
known that It Is almost useless to call attention to
8. STEWART, Druggist Hebron, O,
teb' S. wlmo
HBRIt Y'S MOTH AND FRECKLE L.O
TIO.V. Chloasma, orllothpatch, (also Lirerspot,)
and Lentigo, or FrecUes, are often very annoying.
particularly to ladles of light complexion, tor the
discolored spots show more plainly on the face of
a blonde than a brum tte ; but they greatly mar
the beauty of either ; and any preparation that
will effectually remove them without Injuring the
texture cr color of tbe skin is Is certainly a deside-
ratim. Dr. B. C. Perry, who has made diseases o
the skin a specialty, has discovered a remedy for
these dLcolorations, which is at enco prompt, Infal
lible and harmless.
Prepared only by B. C. PERRY, Dermatologist.
No. O Bond Street, New York, and for sale by all
druggist!; price $J per bottle. Call for
FERRT'S MOTH and FRECK'.K LOTION.
Sold by all Druggists In Burllngtcc
Dec U. wm
A Prime article weighing over lawful weight, fur
X. sale i.y
R. 31. A. BARSTOW
ll.roh it-Ui. wtw
"I '"NOW all men.by these presents tbat I Alonio
IV Bailey, now of Fort Edward, N. Y., furmerly
of JHIton. Vt., do hereby authorise my son ElUba
Bailey or Milton Vt.. now a minor, to do any and
all business on his own account, and to make any
and all contracts with any and all persons In his
own name and for his own benefit, and to sue for
and collect hi own wages lor his own
services, heretofore or hereafter rendered by him
to any peron or persons whatever, aad I hereby
givesaid Eliha bis time, and release him from all
claim I might have upon him for hbi services ,
and aLo release all other persons from all claim, I
might hare on them for tbe work or said tllsha.
Dated jiarcu iw.
Sworn to befure me tho 9th day of March. ISrc.
Jahis AIcIvtvrc. Justice of the peace. w39w3
rpHKundersigned hereby glres notice that he has
X given to his son siieridan r isnam, nis time
durlnc the remainder of his minority, and that be
wlllclatm none of his eaminrsand be responsible fcr
none or nis oeois alter tins uau.
WUlUton. March itM w3w.
IS thereby given that I have Ibis day given my
son James bhenoau his time tho remainder of
his minority and therefor forbid all personso trust
ing or harlorlnghlm on my account, fur I shall not
par anydetts of his contraction after this date.
Huntington. March Slst, w3w
STATE OF VERMONT.
W UEREAS, Tho Bank of Burlington, a eorpo-
1 1 ration duly Incorporated or tno legislature
of the state or Vermont located and doing busi
ness at Barllngton.ln the County of Chittenden.has
made Replication to me requesting me to Issue a
proclamation designating some day for the termin
ation of tbe existence ol said corporation ; and
Whereas, It has been made to appear to me that
two-thirds of the legal votes of the stockholders
of said corporation were given In favor of said ap-
Now, therefore, I. Paul Dillingham, governor of
tne state or Vermont, in coniormitr wiwi earn ap
plication and tho provisions of sections eighty-six
and eighty-seven of chapter eighty-nine of the
Goneral Statutes of Vermont, do hereby Ifrae ray
proclamation and declare that on tho Fifteenth
day of September, A. D. 1KB, the said corporation
of the Bank of Burlington shall cease to exist as
fully and with the samo effect as if Its charter ex
pire dby the limitation therein.
In witness whereof, I hareherennto signed my
name and caused the seal ortbe stale to do
hereunto affixed, in Executive Chamber In
lt-s. Waterbnry, this Twelfth day otAIarch, in the
year of our Lord,one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-six, and of the Independence of the
United States, tho ninetieth.
By the Governor,
Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs.
MANUFACTURERS OF PAPER AND BOOKS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
Books and Stationery.
aoucrr oasis a
Everything In their Una and pay
GASH FOR RAGS.
February . IBM. w 23 wtf.
TAKE CAKE OF YOUR LIFE!
PATD. Sept. 5, 1805.
Patent Metallic Sole.
a new HTVESnojr.
WivrixoTuii Pitt lathe most prolific cause of
disease and death known to humanitr. It Ia al
most sure to bring on a eold ; and cold;, neglected.
and often when not neglected, lead to fevers or to
eougns ana laiai consumptions, it is In recogni
tion of tbla truth that tho inventive talent r th
country rias tor years Deea aensing some method,
vt aiuiii4u. .i , it, tut Accpin me leetary,
and yet that should not give inconvenience to the
wearer. Kuouer snoes, iu one form oranother.have
nitnerto been our reliance : but it is well knmn
as among their many evils, that while they keep
the teet dry from external moisture, they sweat
them over much, and by thus Inducing an undue
tenderness increase a susceptibility to cole's rather
man otuerwise. loerareaisoeumtwmomn to th
feet, and withal are very expensive. The demand
Is fur something that shall make the ordinary Boot
tbeir elogance or durability, and. If possible, with
out adding censibly to the cost of their
lure. Thes. It will Iw conctMcl.are inost imnortanf
features, anl we cuniclentioiii.v afllrm that they
aro aosuiaiei jaii&iara in me invention iierewuh
presenicu 10 ice painic.
TaelaTentioQConsIiUln Inrtinz between th
inner ana oat; ir coie, wiiea tne utot u making, a
thin Mitiluc I'late. cx-.-oedin-rl v ductile, comliin
ins: flexibility with toa,rliner, rery llzht. and
eterr way anapieu to tne tml ueMrcd. vh e thn
aaaitiunat expense u merely nominal, it ftimHhes
a perfect l-arncr a-'ain-t the admLionof w-t nr
uampnessf, tnoau me ice t may rx export erer so
10 a? uiaon wet uarementi or iiamo trroomi.
To ladies andcbiUren the Mftalil KuLrn will
of localcnlaMe value, as frum their ha 11 U of llfj
ana aencacycr iire.tiiey are particularly expire. I
to me ion,; tram or iiu tnat attena upon an inade-
iiuaie prviecuon i me teet.
Ttt$o Soles hare already U?en triel hi the htt
of all tests, arTt a l csk. and the testimonials to
their merits, freely proffered, indicate that they
mastbofTkeedilk and. universally adeuted ly the
puuue. The 1'atent MeUUte bolwi lumta and hoes
are bein" IntrMaced Into the leaHnir J loot and
bhcebtoreJ throe hoat the United, States, anl will
supplant all forms oi overshoes, exeept possibly for
deep mud or snow, as tacy become knon. Be
snre to get them and take no other. If Tour shoe
maker does not haittten to hare them, be can pro
cure them without difficulty. If he will not, then
send j ourrtif to tie inventor one dollir and thirty
cent., ana OMain six pair, asonu sizes, wunniit
to um, wbieh will be promptly forwarded by mail
or express pre-tmid aad whieh can be made up by
any shoemaVer In tbe county. Ageneies will be
estal lished in every city and village, and supplied
with Soles ant proprietary stanii, atschidule
price, aou utterai couiuiuu-itiu auuwci un rate.
Also ueneral Asreneiea for States appointed on an-
Plication, with propea testimonials to the Inventor
Central Depot' c-rosr City Hall Place and FUad
street. New Y"rk.
The uudersicne,! hare fur the past six month
worn Boots ami Shoes DoasestfiatrMr. Seelv's Uxtat-
lii Sole, and And the in an effectual preventive
against dampness, and the colds so often taken
from damp feet. Moot gladly do we testify to the
bole is not oniv a crand cue'rir-ution to the cause
of general health, bnt a Miiihc luxury, obviating
allaeeeuity of India Rubier shoes, eveept
mnddv weather. AH ordinarr damoness. and even
water upon pavements, is eomple'.ely foiled of its
power of barm by this moot simple and useful in
vention. No one who has once used them will ever
be without them again, as they increase tho cost of
boots and shoes hi a .-urn wmcn is scarcely worm
naming, and insure, positively, dry feet, which is
reckon ei among the nnt conditions ot health and
comfort We heartily coiamend the "3Ietallic
Sole" to all the sensible.
J. JLEJI1IT Mifc1i;il.
Pastor Central Cons. Church, Erooklj n.
"- VoRk, Dec, !.
Sau.iei. J.Eezlt, E.q.
Dear Sir In reulv to your irquiries regarding
vnnr it.iit tf.tAllic&ile. I Like zreat uleasure in
stating that I had them put In a pair of Geo calf
sam boots, wmcn 1 wore tne wnoio i iajt
in tha wet streets of Albany. I have had them
h.lf uiid licee. and 3a wearine vour fetallie
Soles now, with full intention ntrrr to be without
them. I hare not bad a wet or damp toot aurinj
tbe wnole time 1 Pave worn tnem. i pro&oasce
them the he.t lixole vet made. Iam "atlffied that
no ierson banng once worn them will do without
them. Vfishinzyou the suecets you desrre for so
valuable an invention for tho preservation of
health. I remain truly yours.
clAJIEELJ tri EJ12UN. Uoniraemr.ew 1 era
Mil. Samuel J. Seily
Dearbir I take great pleasure in offering uy
testimony to the nttfulness and comfort of your
patent Jletaliie Sole. I have used a pair of boots
for the nait seren months, furnishei with this Sole.
and teel no nesitation in saying that I have never
worn shoes that combined so perfectly the desira
ble qualities ot dryne and durability.
EMMA OVERTON, Brooklyn. New Vork.
J. EcrLr. Ext.
Dear sir In answer to vour reouest. I am pleas
ed to state that I have manufactured shoes contain
ing jour Jletalie Sole by machinery. I think
them a superior article for keeping tho feet dry.
manuiacturmg tuem mere 1 no iruumc iruui
tting the thread when sewing, nor any dieulty
putting them In tbe snoe.
Practical Shce Manufacturer, Brooklyn'. V.
frfumcs & Sues.
FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF.
3? A A 0 Wy
A JIo-,1 raqlli'il''. Ilrl.'-ntr lin.l Fin
arunl V rfiimr. l..llr.t I'r.m she
ICurr nn ItrnMliful l-'lvvrr from
srliirh il lnUr il- lillllir
Manufactured oulyby I'll t A
1 Beware of Counterfeits.
Ivli ! Im' 7'..r no ;-r.
Sold by dm--"-" gencraDr.
"LIFE; GROWTH AND BEAUTY.
Mrs. S. A. Allen's World's
Hair Restorer and Jrcss
iny invtijorate. strennthci.
antllcnythen the hair. They
act directly upon the roots
of the hair, supplyiny re
quired noitrtsitment. ana
natural color and beauty
returns. Grey hair disap
pears, bald spots are cov
ered, hair stops fall iny, and
luxuriant yroicth is'thc re
sult. Zadics and Children
will ap2rcciate the delight
ful fragrance and rich,
glossy aipcarance impart
ed to the hair, and no jcar
of soiling the sMn,scalp, or
most elegant head-dress.
Sold by nit Dra-ggiot.
Depot 198 & 200 Greenwich SLN. Y.
WHISKERS ana fkv
trfi forced to grow upon SL v bW
the smoothest fce In 11 Tr
TIT 7 from thiee to five mmm
mmm weeks br using Dr
.K 6KVIUNE-3 RES- akBsse
mLLWm. TAURATEUR I'A- C7
T riLLAIRK, the most W
i.m iclence. acting unon the Beaidand'Halr
an almost miraculous manner. 1' b" fl " Vi
br the elite of Parla and London with tho most
flittering success. Names of all purchaser, will be
rcHiterwl. and If entire satisfaction Is not given In
?ry SstaSe, the money will be tmeerfully re
funded. Prieo by mall, sealed and Post-paid, II.--DeacriDUve
circulars anl testimonlalj mailed free.
AddS BEROER, SUDLTZ CO aemUts, P
O. Drawer 21, Troy, N. Y.. Solo Agents for the
Oct. io dAwlr
Silken CURLS produ
duced by the us of
Prof, dzukx Cl s r ni-
SER LE CHBVKL'A.
One aDDllcatlon war-i
ranted to eurl the
nurfbv the fashionables of Paris and London with
Lhemost graUlylng resulu. Does co Injury to the
hair? Prfoe by mt3l. sealed and post-paid, $1. Dei- ,
BV5.,.f iTLS. mallxl free. Address Berxtr.
IhulU 4 Co-Chemists, P.O. Drawer 21, Troy,!.
Y .Bole Agents for the United States.
Vvk --Metallic Solo.
vSk '-Outer Sole.
Ngtv C. Inner Sole.
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STATE OP VERsrnvp.
JfTIIiE Honorable the
District of Chittenden, H.)l Probate Court.wlth-
or mo ijistnet oi unittenaaa
Toall persons Interested Is the estate of Lemhol
Blackman.lato of Jtrlcho.ia said District doecaaed.
Wnxasus, said Court hath assigned the Mth day
or April next for the settlement or the adminis
tration account cf tho Kxeeuterj cf the last will
and testament of said deceased, and ordered thai
public notice thereof be given to all persons later
ested in said estate, by publishing this order three
weeks successively previous to the day assigned, la
the Burlington free Press, printed In Burlington,
ia slid District.
TucaKrORC vou are herebr nntlfltjl Sa n.ar I
the Probate Court rooms, in Rnrltn tv.
day assigned, then and there to contest the allow
ance of said account. If you see causa,
(liven under my hand, this 27th day of March, A.
T.E. WALES, Jadge.
SALMON FAT'S ESTATE.
STATE OP rKRtinVT.
KPnE Hen. the
i X Probate Court
District Of Chittenden. !
tor the District of Cbittfiiden.
To all person interested In the estate ol Salmoa
Eay, late of Bolton. In said district, deceased.
Whereas, said Court bath assigned tbe ISth day
of April seat for tbe settlement of the adminii
tration account of the administrator of the estate
of said deceased, and ordered that public
notice thereof be given to all persons Inter
ested in said estate, by publishing this order lhr.
weeks successively previous to the Cay asslxned. In
the Burlington Fre Press printed In Burlington,
in said district.
Therefore, too are hereby notified to appear
at the Probate Conit Rooms, in Burlington, en the
day assigned, then nd there to contest the allow
ance ot said account, if you see eanse.
Olven uuder my hand, this 27th day of March
A. D. 166.
wow3 T. E. WALES, Judge.
PATRICK MAMMON'S ESTATE.
U ii TUK SU asCItl BERS. having been appolnt
VI ed b tbe Honorable the Probate Court for
the District of Chittenden, Commissioners to re
ceive, examine and adjust the claims and demands
of all person", against the estate of Patrick Mau
nlon, late of Richmond, In said District, represent
ed insolvent, and also all claims and demands ex
hibited in oltset thereto t and six months from the
day of the date hereof, being allowed by said Court
for tbat purpo-e, we do- therefore hereby ive no
tice, tbat wo wilt attend to the business of oar ap
pointment at the office of S. II. Davis, In Richmond
n said District, on the 4th Mondays of April and
August next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., on each of said
Iiuted this loth .'ay cf M ircli, A. !., I'iC.
l'M0N UREEN, louimlsjioners
OI.IVK WARD'S ESTATE.
i I ed bv the lionorablo the Probate Court fur
the District of Chittenden, Commissioners to rc
ceie, examine and adjust the claims and demands
of all perpos.4, against the e-ttate ot Olive Ward,
late oi jiuit n, ia sam jj.iirier. representeu losol
vent, and abo all claims and demands exhibited In
effect thereto : and six months from the dav of the
date hereof, be1 ng allcwtd by said Court fur tbat
purpoeo. we do therefore hereby give notice, that
we will attend to th business of our appointment
at tbo dwelling of Marian Ward, in Milton, in said
Imtriet. on the tbird baturdaii of Aurll and Seo-
tem'.e.- utat. at 10 o'ebek, A. M.,on ea-h of said
Dated thi. Mia day or Jlarcb, A. D , lCC.
B. FAIRCIIII.D, ,,..
L. A. JAfKsONl Commlsiloners,
JAMES MAKSU'S ESTATE.
STATE OF VERMONT, l HE Honorable the
instrici oi Luittenaen, ss.) I robateLonrtrorue
District of Chittenden.
To all persons interested In the es
tate cf James Marsh. late of Jerioho. In said
Wutntis. said Court has assigned the Cth dar of
April next fur the settlement of the administra
tion account or tne executor ol tn last
will and testament ot said deceased, and ordered
that public notice thereof be given toall persons In
teresteu m saia estate, by putuisning tins orasr
three weeks snctessirelr orevious to tbe dar as
signed, in tho Burlingtcn Free Press, printed la
ttoriingioa, in saia uisinct.
tueretore, you are hereby notified to appear
at the Probate Court rooms, in Barllnzton. on the
day assigned, then and there to contest the allow
ance oi saia account u you see cause.
Given under my hand, this lath day of March,
. D., 1SC6.
T.E. WALES, Judge.
Ci'ockcrv, China, Glass nnd
Xo. 2 nnd 3 Union lllock. Church Street,
Tho undersigned. nroDrfetnr of thn &1tb estaw
lishment. desiro to call Tinblie attenlian to tbeir
Increase! facilities for the better accommodation
of their patrons. They have not only greatly en-
largeu ana oeautmea tnerr salesroom, but bava
correspondingly increased and funroved their
stock. All goods named in the following list thsr
will effer on the mo.t reasonable terms, at whole
sale and retail, vir.:
-ilit ail very desirable shape.
plain, gold band and f tcorated. In setts or assort
Table law Ware.Kcro scne Lamps.
Lanti-riih nnd t handeliers,
from the cheapest to the ihhest deslans.and all
goods pertaining to tbe lamp trade, such as
CHIMNEYS, BUHNERS AND WICKS.
PLATED GOODS, of Rogers ErcVacd " Red-
neld rrlco's ' ruke.
TABLE CL'TEERV, of the best manufacture.
APANNED CHAM BER SETTS, and RICH FANCY
Such aa FANCY COLOGNE SETTS, VASES, LAVA
ana raiu..i uuuua, AC.
And they would fa'l especial to their stock of
" I'apcr Hangings,
Ctolh and I'aucr Window
Sliadcs and Fixtures,
e. o. wikes & c:o.
March Tth.lSCC wtf
rcmium Cheese Vat.
Patented December II 1551, and June 22, I8.)
With Cooper's Vntent Henter and Self-
(Patented February 12, 1SC1.)
11113 VAT with Its latest lmprovemems Is now
the best In use, anu useu geQiri
ont New York and the New tngiano;aiaM, oou.
or Factories and Family service.
YOUNG'S PATENT CURD CUTTER fur ssl
so. bend for circular. Q p0ST A.ent.
Hineihurxh. VU. Oct. litis. ISSa. w
DR. STRICKLAND'S MELLIFLUOUS COUGH
BALSAM is warranted to cure Coughs, coma.
Hoarseness, Asthma, Whooping Cough, bore throat.
Consumption, and all the affections of the Throat
"Forr" ie'by Druggist. SO cents per bottle.
Geo. C.Goodwin Cor-, 37 Hanover Street, Bestoa.
Sole Agents for New England.
Dr. STIilCKLAND'S PILE REMEDY haa eurtd
thousands of the worst eases of Blind and hleedlog
Plies. It dves immediate relief and enacta aper
manentcure. Try it directly. It Is warranted U
"For sale by all Druggists- M eenU per bottle.
Geo. C. Goodwin Co., 37 Hanover street. r.osUr
Sole Agents for New England.
" II E N It Y I1KIJCS,
BiLLiARD T.f BL.E8
With Patent Combination Cushion.
r.i.t p-k.t and all the lateit ImurovemenU.
Jan. 18 wCm
HAVE TOU SEEXTIICM.
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