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THE BURLINGTON, YT, PEEE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 6, 18GG.
Voun Cockt Before liceordcr Read,
yesterday, Wm. II. Watson, for intoxication
wis fint-d $5 and cost", ami Mary Undrj,
for va Tsn:v. was sentenced to 60 lu
the county jail.
Axmtal JIwtiwj or m U--v Sfn00L
Distiict Union School district. A., hehl
its annual mcctin; la.t evening, with a
moderate attends'-- J VT- Hietol: rire
sideu in the : tJ" moderator, ami
the folI..i? wcre eie-led :
Utratm3. W. Hickok.
i'V-A J R Iliokok.
Auditors L. M. linear, JT Parker,
The Prudential Committee of tho district,
consisting of the Chairmen of tlie various
districts eompmins the Union district, is
as follows :
Ji. II. liookhasa.
S. M. l'spe,
L. 0. Bujdow,
S. 1 1 rw tint-ton.
Committeeman from No. 2.
This is an exeelknt committee, and tbo
district may feel confident that they will do
tlieir duty efficiently and wisely.
A tax of 12 cent on the dollsvr was voted.
The following resolution wai introduced
by G. G.ilenediet :
lletolced. That the Prudential Committee be
requested to substitute lor the prcatBt system of
one daily session of the school, fir sraaioua dai
ly, with an intermission of not has than an hoar
This was discussed with earnestness and
good feeling by Messrs. Itolfe, N. Parker,
G. ('.'Benedict, K. 1 Style. I. .N.Camp,
Prof. Itnekham. J. W. llickok, J. E. Itrina
raaid, 1!.W. Smith, and other. On motion
of Mr. Rolfe, it was smendod so as to read
as follows :
Itesolred, That the Prudential Committee be j
requested to substitute fur the present system of
one daily snaioo or the school, ttro pennons dai
ly except during the Winter term, with an in
term lesion of not less than an hour and a half at
A motion by Mr. Pirkcr to refer the
whole subject to the Prudential Committee,
was lost, and the resolution was then
adopted by a rising vote, 20 ayes to 4 nays.
The meeting then adjourned to the first
Monday in May, when a Collector will be
The kext LEcrras before the Young iicn's
Association will be delivered by Wendell
Phillips, on the cvcnini: or Ti urs-day April
12th. , Subject: "The President's Plan of
V. V. M. At a meeting ot the Society of
neugiuus inquiry iieia at tticir nail on tat
31st ult., the following i.fficcr wi-re ejected :
! til ..'! .
President Uexbv Bil.nu.
Irir- President Albest Puei f-s.
Cor. Secretary I a E. battvcs.
Treasurer AuiEitT Puu.r.
The Citt Govesmient Mayor Wales
and tlic new Uardof AMerinrn, were sworn
into office at 2 P.M.on Monday The Aldermen
accordii.g tv the provuiens of the City Char
ter, cast lots for their several tettas of office.
The nsult is as follows : To hold office for
one years, are Messrs. Arthur, Pick. Ballou,
fur two yi ars, are Messrs. A plt ton. Blodg-
ctt, Worcester ; for three years, arc Messrs.
Raraes, Djde, Tait
Vt Miutia. At a special election of Co.
G. 2d Ree .. Vt. State 'Miutia, held March
23d. Capt. Geo. E Davis, late of Co. D.,
Tenth Vermont Vols., was unanimously
elected 2d Lieutenant, rice C. E. Lovrjoy,
removed from the State. Cpt. Dana is a
brate, rzperieneed and capable uffioer, and
the company is to congratulated on Eecar
ing his services.
P.tv. Dr. Kitchcll. President elect of Mid
dleburj College, was in that town last week
on a short visit. The Krcsster says be will
tticntfi Iiitt nmT,tance or non-accentancs; of
1 1 -the
Presidency in a few weeks.
Col. Clarence Bucl, formerly ol the 169th
K. Y. Kegimeut. and a brother of the Rev.
Ur. Ruel of this city, bas been recently or-
lamed as an Episcopal clergyman.
The Saunders kidnappers weie tried at
Montreal on Tuesday, and acquitted on a
F technical objection made to the bite O'ljea
ry'sdesposition, which was the only strong
evidence against them. Three of them have
been in prison 'or nine mouth.
Episcopal Cnracu. At a Parish meeting
of St. Paul's Church of this city held this
A. M., the following officers were elected
lor the year ensuing.
Wardens Wm. II. Wilt ins, A. Prouty,
Vestrymen A. L. Catlin, V. P. Noyes,
E. O. Wir. e. D. C. Linsley, Awe C. Spoar.
Resignation or Rtv. D. H. Ben. We
notice that Rev. 1). II. Ruel, Rector of St.
Paul's Church, tendered his resif nation on
Monday and that it was accepted. A large
circle of Mr. Ruel's friends, outside of his
own congregation, will much regret to lose
the society and influence of Mr. Bocl for
good in this city.
BiBiiNGToN MAJUTAcrrarKO ConPANvr.
At tho annual meeting ol tho stockholders
i of the Burlington Manufactut ing Company,
j held at their oScc yesterday afternoon, the
! following gentlemen
wero Metel Directors
iC tuc ensuing year
ft Levi L"mpkwood
It. S, Nichols,
A. L. Catlin,
B. J. Ilai-VKDERC,
I J. D. KiNCiU,,i.
Senator EnnrMx, l.lt lor Wssbirgfon
t Tuesday and will he there in 'eason to vote
for the re-passagc of the civil rigb.'1 bill. A
number of our ciiiiens tendered him their
', respects and consratubitioni' la; evening at
Lis residence, and in a bodv escorted him to
Tne Barton Staxdabd nas been sold by
its pronrietor, Mr. Barle, to On. W. W.
Grout o! that town. Gen. Grout is a stir
ring man, and the Standard in his hands
vsill undoubtedly be a wide awake psptr.
Deatu or Chester Iliamsc. The deatii
! of Chester Hardin:;, lor many vests one of
I the eminent portrait painters of this country,
occurred in Boston on Sunday evening last,
B in the 74tb year of bis age. He tad prae
ticed his art with reputation and success in
England ana un native country, .imon;
I the portraits of eminent characters from his
hatd are those of Presidents Monroe, Madi-
i ton, J. Q. Adams, Chief Justice Marshall,
iCLurles Carroll, Wm. Wirt, Hcnrv Clay,
; Daniel Webster, J- C. Calhoun, Washington
Allston, David Rio-rdo, Samuel Rogers,
:Lord Aberdeen, the Dukts of Norfolk,
' Hamilton, Sussex, &e.
Snocsixc Aitaib. Attqpted "iVhtMcb
cm is UxDEEniLU An assault, which will
probably pravc to le a shocking murder,
vras committed yesterday forenoon, by an
Irishman named Harrington, v-ho litcs at
Dndcrhill Flat3, upon the pcrsun offcis
wfc. The iiCair was Cit t dUcovcrul by a
eon of Harrington', a lad of 15, who re
turning to the house about ten o'clock in
tho forenoon, found the kitchen covered with
blood and bis stepmother miffing. Calling
one two of the nciLbor?, f carch was made
which resulted in finding the apparently
lifeleee body of Mrs. Harrington in the cel
lar, which is reached through a trap door'n
the kitchen floor. An examination showed
that the was still Jiving though fuSerin
from no less than seven frightful gashes
the bead and on both sides of the throat
apparently inflicted with a sharp axe, which
was found in the room covered with blood,
Harrington alter throwing the body of bis
victim through the trap door had apparently
commenced the work of cleaning up the
traces of the murder, when he left the house
for something. He returned before tho body
of Mrs. Hanington wa6 discovered and im
mediately made at his son with a lurjre
kuite. with which he endeavored to stab
bim. The hoy kept him off till the others
coed and bound him. On beinz asked
where his vriie was, ha said she was dead
afterwards bring asked why he tried to kill
her. be said he was "crazy" and had been
so for three weeks. The neighbors have.
however, a we hear, seen no indications of
insanity in him, nor was he nndir the in
fluence of liquor at the time. His wife is a
well meaning and respectable woman of
about forty, and is hie fourth wife, be bav
ins married her last fall. He is a man of
about sixty, and has the reputation of a
liarsh man with his wires. Ilarringion was
examined before Town Grand Juror.Nortaan
Perry, in Underbill, last evening, and
brought down and lodced in the county ftil
last night, to await the result of Iim mur
derous assault. Mrs. Harrington was alhc
this saorning, but in the opinion of the
physicians, cannot survive.
it was in respect of nutmegs, it stems,
that Mr. Parks, late proprietor of the Wel
doo Boose at St. Albans, sinned against the
revenue laws, for which he is now in
JVEWS OV THE
The Vermjnters in Washinstoc, number
ing over fifty, met this morning at the Ju
diciary Committee room ol the Senate.
Judge Poland of St Johnsbary, was called
upon to preside, and W. E. Trak ot Wind
sor, was cuueen Secretary. On motion of
Mr. Unipasan of Middbsbury, it was resolv
ed that "in common grief at the death of
Scnatot Foot and in deep sympathy with
his family we will attend the funeral of the
lamented Senator in a body to-day. and wear
the usual badge of mourning on the
left arm for fiirtv davs " On motion of Mr.
Morrill of Strafford, Mr. Johu Osgood of
Kutluntl was appointed Marshal and the
President Johnson ordered the depart
ments to be closed to day as a mark of res
pect to the memory of Senator Foot, and the
ladies ol the White House sent a profusion
ol rare fliwers which with floral tribute,
(nun the public green house deck the coffin
Work is eupended at the Capitol and at the
government printing office 1 1 has b cn de
cided to have the body remain at the liilti
more depot to-uiehtand be taken from tbenoe
to-morrow in a aperial car.
1 o'clock P. M. The President and
nearly all the five official are present at the
funeral sere monies in the Senate chamber,
which are very imposing.
New Osuask, March 28.
Government cotton agents on the Red
Hire are clrarine out cotton, and it is be
ginning to come in again from plantations.
Tbe Provost Marshal's office is to be
Wakhinctos. March 30.
Sen i tor Sherman is very severe in his de
nunciations af tbe President in respect to
bis course in tbe Connecticut election. lie
regards bim as a traitor to bis party. His
pot-ition is the more iinaortant became np to
his last veto and tbe endorsement of tbe
Hartford postmastsu, be has del ended Mr.
Another sreat effort will be ratio in the
House next week to carry the ISsntrupt
bill, but it will probably fail. Tbe Finance
Committee is expected to take up. tbe loan
bill to-day or to-morrow and be ready to re-
part it early next week. Neither branches
of Congress are in session, but three or four
of tbe important committees arc in Ktsicn.
Tbe Vt ays and .Means Caiamittee are work
ing at the new tax bill, but will not be able
to report for some days. It will not be
acted upon however until after tbe cto
message has been deba ted and the Civil
rights bill voted on.
New Yosk, March 30.
llv tbe arrival of the Steamship North
American from Rio Jancrio 3d wc have im
portant news. On tbe 31st of January a
Paraguayan force 3000 ttrong crossed to the
sontbern bank ot the Panama and attacktd
the Argentine forces, forming tbe van guard
of tbe allied armies ; alter a severe fight the
Paraeuavians reerossed the titer in good
order to their headquarters. A loss ot tbe
Argentines is estimated at 200 killed, that
of tbe Paraguayans is not estimated.
Deserters from tbe 1'araguayan army re
port that Gen, Ilubfcs together with sixty
otber officers bad been shot by order of tbo
Dictator Lopez, in the presence ol the en
tire army drawn up in a hollow square.
The Itrarilian Meet still remains at uor
rientcs awaiting the arrival of the Admiral,
when active naval ulcerations would be be
gun by the combined fleets, but from the
skilful obstructions of the Paraguay below
tbe llumaita, it is oouuttut u nether a suc
cessful attack could be made.
(Special to the Free Press.)
Harttorii, Conn., Mareli 3.
It is believed that each party has cast the
larcrst vote ever thrown in this State. Tbo
excitement throughout the State when it be
came apparent that the contest was closer
than had b.cn expected, was oi tne most
The majority for Mr. Hawley will prob
ably lie about 1 ,000 For the rest ot the
repuWiean State tiCKOt, it may come nearly
up to LtJub1.
In Hartford, while the majority for Eng
lirb is 409. for the democratic candidate for
Ueutenant Governor it was only 3C-1, and
on comptroller 34 C.
New Yosk, April 3.
Tlie Government of San Dominso had
liardly been inaugurated before an effort was
made to overthrow and destroyit. A revolt
bad taken place in tho province of San Cris
toval and various towns .bonded by Gen. Ca
bral. Congress which was in tcsrion,
promptly voted men and means to suprcss
the revolt, and by a few vigorous blows,
Uucz defeated and routed the rebels and ob
tained the mastery inthcrcvoltcd district.
The rebel leader Cabral has asked permis
sion to leave tbo country.
New Yox-c. April 2.
A Washington despatch says, the House
omuiittcccn foreign relations are nearly
naniiuous against the proposition to en
orse the Mexican bonds to cither 50,000,-
uu ur iiuj uiutr amuuu.. xuuc ui u iu ,
yroUbility less than 20 members in tho ,
llouse wbs dare Tote for any such measure.
00 or any other amount. There arc in all
Cincinnati. April 3.
At tho municipal election yesterday the
Union ticket was elected by about 3000 ma
jority. Twelve Union men, five democrats,
jnd one independent was elected to the city
Trenton, X. J., April 3.
This morning a resoluti m to so into join
meeting with the assembly to elect a U. S.
senator azain came un in the Senate.
The vote to go into joint meeting was lost
iw io y. io senators were absent wlio
would have voted against the resolution.
WasnixoTON, March 31.
The finance committee of the Ssnatc have
agreed to retort the Loan bill without
amendment. This insures its naseaire.
The government will not permit a negro
celebration in Richmond.
A meeting was held in this citv to lorm an
Andrew Johnson elub last night, and those
present qoarclKd like cats and dogs. The
diffioultv seemed to be that the rebels, seces
sionists, and war democrats, attempted to
stand upon a common platform, lue result
was that quite a number fell through and
were badly bruised
The Baltimore Sun's correspondent
Says: "I learn that Kx-Senator Vulee
from Florida, who bas been
imprisoned in Fort Pulaski evtr since
May last, baring been arrested in the Sjnt h
soon alter ttie close of tne war, bas been or
dered by the President to be released on pa
role. This is of course by tbe earnest in-
rciiiucitiou ui iiieuun. it a jac( luai ,ur.
Yuleo, though one of the retirins Senators
from Uooiftess on tne seeesnon of bis Soite
Kserjcvtr in any way vSeiallv connected
witn ttie UontoJoratc U iveriiment or its ar
mies. It bas been difficult, therefore, to
uncover the cause of hii arrest stid deteu.
tion in tho first place.
Itzw Yosk, Mar. 31
Orders have been issued tu muster oat
every colored soldier in tbe service by May
The monitor Mootauk has been ordered to
tbe fiebing banks to protect the interests of
draerioan citizens in view of possibM dun-
Mew York, April 2.
A Paris tele-ram ol tbs 20tb to tbe Dailv
Teleqravk reports on good authority that
II .X I' . t2 I A . : 1
ucwi wine mij'uciiB uu jwd .1 1 1 1 1 u 1U
Paris, ha vine been in Scotland
lhe steamer Iripnoli left Liverpool on tbe
20th fur New 101k, and Scotland on the
In tbo House of Commons the Irish At
torney General denied that the 1trd laeu
tenant bad stattd that be apprehended a
renian invasion, several land owners bad
applied for permission to arm and drill their
tenantry, but tne covernuicnt refused con
sent, filling perfectly able to afford every
New York. April 2.
A despatch from Hamilton, C. W., dated
March 31st, states that tbe 13th
ttattailion was mustered out of ser
vice that moroni", hut immediately
afterwards received orders to assemble again
this afternoon at 2 o clock, and that all vol
unteers in tbe Province bad bein served
th tlie same order. Much speculation as to
the probable cause was indulged in, although
no alarm was aajiUested.
New York, April 2
Special despatches from Washington
state tUt the vote on the Civil Rights Bill
ts unhb-ly to be taken beioie Widncwiay or
Thursday. It is admitted that the
ttons guaranteeing a Mexican loan will pass
tbe House, and that l bey will or held in tbe
Senate to see whether Aapuk-on will take
tbe hint to withdraw.
Mrs. Jefferson Davis is expected at Wash
ington in the hope ot obtaining petmitriaa
to see her husband.
A. II. Stephens is also expected there to
testify before tbe Reconstruction Commit
tee. A member of the late rtUl Congress from
Florida baa jost left, bavins; ineffectually
sought pardon from tbe President.
WasBtsoTox, April 2.
President Johnson sent to the Senate to
day a brief message, transmittinc a memo-
. r - x - , . . , -
rial 1 root tne uegtsuiurc u ajubu. k
ini; an extension of time on the grants ul
land made by Congrats in 1S56 for tbe con
struction of certain railroads in that State,
work on which was delayed by what is
called " The late unfortunate civil war"
between the so called Confederates and tbe
The Johnson club bas effected its organi
sation. Montgomery Blair is President and
Cbas. Meson, Secretary, and among the
Vice Presidents are Bion Bradbury ot Maine,
Lewis W. Clark or . H., A. J. Willard of
Vt., James L. Whitny ot Mass., W. V.
Lawrence of R. I., and W. D. Bishop of
Conn. Grntlcnun not given to sensation
stories declare that wc are really to have tlie
long talked of reconstructkn of the Cabi
net ibis week.
Bosros, April 3.
The Traetlkr says the decision of the Su
preme Court in tba ease of Edward W.
Green sustaining tbe former action of the
court in sentencing him, was given this P.
M. and it is in accordance with the expecta
tion and wc believe with the desires also of
tbe larger portion ol tbe cituens of tbe
State. This was the last eB rt to disturb
that sentence through there may be jit an
other effort to procure a reprieve ol the un
fortunate man. There is no doubt however
that his execution will take place in accord
ance with the sentence on i riday of next
Wasuinoton, April 3.
The President's proclamation is regarded
as a step forward in the execution ol bis
policy regardless ot tne view, or uc o,
tbe republican majority in Congress. It i
to lie endorsed at a public meeting in fcwt
of tbe City Hall here on Thursday evening.
when speeches win oe ruauc o
Cowan and Doolittlc. RepresenUtives
Delano. Green Clay Smith, and other-.
Some Senators are anxious to admit Col -
orado at once, which would give thtm two
more republican votes, but it is notprooao'e
that Senator Sumner w:.ll withdraw his op
position which was based upon the cxclu-iion
of coined men from the lllot boxes.
Washington, April 4.
The Senate is well filled with jicoplc who
same out to hear Senator Trumbull on the
veto. It is tbe intention of the republicans
to force a vote this evening U all their
arrangements are completed there ia no: a
yery had proipcctof tbepassige of the bill.
Something may occur within two hours to
po-tponc the vmo tut to-morrow.
The Chronicle intisiatos that the new Sen
ator Irom Vermont will not get here liefore
to-morrow. If he does not, the vote will be
Sas FsAsnsco, April 2.
The mines on Colorado river are reported
yery rich atid tho ore was accomnUting
faster than the trains could remove it.
The reforms introduced int Colorado by
Gen. McDowell, while on a visit there,
were regarded as beneficial.
Gov. Cummings and tbe Secretary ol the
Territory were at war ; charge! and ooun
tcr charges bein g made against each other.
Public opinion in the Territory was
strongly in lavor of the reconstruction pol
ity ot President Johnson, and the action of
Congms in opposition to it was oondemrcd
on all sides.
Nxw Yore, April 4.
A special disjateb irom Toronto, C. W.,
.:i -M Thr. nrder rlisbandinz vo
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luntecrs has been rescinded and troop aro j
still being sent to tbo trontier. meie o u
crcat deal of mystcjy in this matter. The
COVtrnmeuii proiceeea io uiuc"-
yet under cover ol the night they
nrir eomn'-nirs to the trontier.
t.,t ntn-ht four cimmnies arrivcil at miil-
im - r- 1 . ,
nicht in this city. This morning tberc was
uu n-,"" ,
where tbey wept. Many belicvo that tbe
governinent it endeavoring to mako Amen-1
no E1PD6 Btu nc aunjuriiico --,"LV- w
. b a. W l -ll -tl, t i,n
cans believe they arc disbanding the troops
while secretly calling out more.
Naw York, April 4.
Washington despatches state that all tho
colored tru8 in the a Hilary do
Irtuicnr of Mibcisippi have been
ordered to rendezvous at Jackson
for the purpose of bting mustered out of
'I ho steamer Raleigh from New Orleans
with the 7th Vt. Ins arm id, (Jul. Porter.
New York, Aptil J.
News from the City of Mexico to the 10th
ult. says General Orgazon has proclaimed
himself President ot the Mexican Republic
in virtue of the Constitution of 1357, nt the
town of Culltocan.
Sr. Louis, Mo. Aprils.
Incomplete returns indicate that the con
servatives hato earned their general city
ticket by 2000 laaiurity.aud elected a larjio
majority ol both bianenca of the City Coun
Wasuinctox, April 4
Trumbull called up the Civil
I Rights bill to-day, but it is Laruly probable
lliat a vote can be taken upon it before to
morrow. It tliere are no obanves ot opin
ion and it Senators Dixon and Wriffbt of
A'. J., both leave their Led? to
sustain the veto, I think that the
veto will stand 32 to 17, which will not
pass the bill by tbe rcquiVitc two-third
Vote, but the sanguine republicans are con
fident, the b:ll will be resseu.
unauncey m. lleiiew s friends declare tliat
he has beeu appointed Collector ol the twrt
of iNcw York. If so. tbe Ssnalu ill con
Senator 11. Gratz Brown succoeds Mr.
Foot as chairman ol tbe Senate Committee
on Public Buildings and grounds, and eu-
I a ton, Henderson, Orimes and Uucklehew
luve been upiiointed a couimittev to revise
tue coutiueent espeiiaee of the Senate.
Ueneral Oraut lias apioiuud Maj. Uto. Lcet
to the position tilled by tbo late Col.lluwera.
PauvuxtNCl, it. I., April I.
l'liu Slate ekx-tion is progressing quietly.
I TlK-re is vers little ounjjiiiuri to iieueral
t..:jA ,- VT t ft. . .
I iHuiwuT. IIK .,aUUUU U IliUU lailiy Will
carry nearly all the towns ol the Slate
for the Ueuerat Assembly,
In this city, there arc several
tickets in tbe field in opposition to tbe regu
lar Burnside representative - ticket intended
to defeat an election, but trobably it will
American life drops The siek ana's friend !
For tbe hair, better thaa all else, is PEST.-
Bi'buxotosBcsuess Collxoe. Thiaiiiatita-
tion is designed to impart to yoang men a soaad
practical business education which shall tt
them for active duty in any department of buti-
aess. The Collet Monthly with all infermatioa
may be obtained by adlrtssing ltryaa St rat ton
and Hoyt, Borlington Vt.
Barlinicton ,Stpt. 1.166 wif
In U.U city, Marm. Ktb, by Kev. J. F. McCalX.
Mr- II H.udee n- 3Usi liary M. Edccaiabe.
la Ladlow, Vt. March -2-nh. by ths Iter. J. hi-
saa, sir. Jonas G. Rose, of EarUngtoa, and Miss
Jennie L Ai!ams, uTLodio.
In this city, on the 39th alt-, Fnddls, yoemgest
son of C. F.aad Lay H. Canter, aead C aeoataa.
Ia Willi ton, April 3d, Wiuiaa W. Waisar. la
Um 3Gth year of all age.
Funeral at tile Methodist efcorrh h WilustoB, at
2 o'clock, P. X., oa Ttarsday ths ath last.
Died ba Wsstford March list, Eiaata II. Daashtar
of W. E. anl Jaas KaJlen, aft UrsarsaadT.
Captured and afterwards killed by the ratals,
ear atoont Crawfuid, Vs., Oct. , 14, 8t. As-
(netus Smith, veteran in tbs 1st New Hampshire
CaTalrv.Soa nt Joecub R- Smith, of ni;bgaM, Vt ,
aed ytstf and 4 men ths.
In Saacton. Harch .G, ISCt, Olive K. Smith,
daughter of Juseph B-. Smith, cf Oigbcate. Vt.
Wedvbskat. .prlt t.
f ?j S9 9 for eotssnoo extra, tnrlndlas; takers1 bread
f9 50 at) It for medium do: coed and cbutee extras.
nave been sell in at JUMtTliSOf hM. as to
qoality. St. Luais, salsa 1 13 ? 17 SO Y bbl 0r coed
and very choice extras. Cora Meal, sates at 51 25
a i 37' bbl fur good shipping brand. Is lye
Hour the sales have bean confined to small leu at
1-5 at 1. 1 bid.
UKAI.V Corn, sale of Southern yellow have
rancea from St i-4e. and Weatara aired at 60 as
"t If bosbel. Oats, sales of Northern and Canada
at 5 SB uK. Rye is dall sad the sale base bees
small at .ot? .:e"f bosh. White Beans, salts r
common and cx d blue nod at ftl 0 1 75 : and mar-
ro t and extra paa at i Mi at 2 30 per bash. Canada
Peas are dull, and bars bean la mode-ate demand
at $1 Si at I 4 1 ( buab. Karlejr is dull, with aaleof
tar tern at 97c 3 tl ; I'anada fajt at fi S 90c ; nd
t'anada Kett at Wc tt fl to t bsb Sh..rta hare
bein in moderate demand at $21 stO ; Fine Feed
$ a at i and Midddnxs at 120 at .1 l ton.
PROVISIONS. Pork, sales at -'; w t 3 Ibr
prime i tC 60 28 for mess i and 111 at 3t 50 for
clear, casta. Bcsf, sales S 17 a'JUlortnrM; filG
it for extra nsf ; and tit at 26 for family extra,
cash. Lard Is steady, 19 & I'.'ic f !b, in bblsand
tiercel. Smoked hams, I9e VVt. lintterisnimana
choioa quality ery scarce. 1 be rales bare been at
40 av eae tor common ana cooa ,ies i oix hw , ca
mont dairies, and 5-' at 5c for very choice ; Canada
frum 13 at U. Cheese Is selling at 13 tt iJc. mcluft
ins Isctury made, at 22 at 23e V lb.
Wool. I-Im and nulled wool 43 & 7ic for eom-
mon and cboiea ttcece. ana 321 St C5e for ne. 1 anl
extra pulled. The prioos realized show a decllneof
aooui oc yT m. ana it- u now oeiicvcu ma iima
hare teen their lowest point for the presen t.
CAMHRIHOE CATTI,U MARKET.
WiajESDAT, April 4.
By Telegraph to the Free Press.
At market 807 ca't'.e.
Prices of Market Beef extra V ewt., $13,00 a
$ I ,. . .
Mrstqnaiii), iu&m liu
becandqnalit,ill' f I2UL
Tllid qualit) '.'2ST 10 it.
Prices .f store cattle Workiar Oxen, per pair.
I0, 141 at 273.
allien tows ano eaires, sj, -, av v ia
Twr, j ears old , (33 St 43.
Three years old, f0 ar 70.
Sheep and Lambs, itn'S at market. Prices In
lots 4 H, s,, ij Extra and leleetlens, t,75,
Ilides,70 8oir ft.
Tallow, ri (, B
Telts. i 59 at ,22 each.
Call Skins Me Y
Veal Calves, S,oo fX aJSO.
Tbe quality of cattle was ateut tbe same as last
week, sales rather dull. The droves tryleg to ob
tain as uraahlur their cattle as latt week. Sheep
and lambs weie leas ths a Ot) theep at ibis raarsot
vbieti came in this morninz, alllnw-h the number
was small there wee baldly a perceptible change
In tbe prices.
BRMin.ETHS PILLS. COTIVESESS, ItlAR
RH EA Tbcv are taken up by the absorbent-,
end carried Into tbe circulation, tLron;b which
medium Uey are conveyed to every part of tho bo
dy. If tbe lain effects tie Joints, a (ingle dose produ
ces retcarka le benefits. And tbe same rule applies
to coilivcneM, diarrhea and dyientcry; thouth
with tbe last named they my le required Uzht
tn1 mornln for some diys before do:ilcd relief ll
obtained. Ia aSeetioss of the lans, threat, bead
and pleurisy, the relief Is certain the eieretorr
creact throw tfi with esse the phlejm, and the
breath'.ng bceaaes freer- Spiimcdic asthmi is of
ten cared by a tlnslo dose,
KKUBb COLOUS DESTKOrKl).
TrrllT-N rstnre or time bas slanted on tbe human
VY head such colors as rebel against every Idea
of eomelintrs, replace then with thore glorious and
exquisite black and brown Un;ei everywhere deem
STANDARDS OF IJEATJTY
which are produced In five minutes, without Injur
ing the fibres onUInlrn tbe scalp, by
CIIRISTADORO'S HAIR DIE.
ManuCuturcd by J. CRI3TAD3RO, No. C, Aitor
Hocie, New Tork. Sold by Druggists. Applied by
M HlIr Drttn.
MAKE YOUR OWJf SOAP!
Br Savins nnd Using yonr Waste
Buy Una Box of tit
Penn'a Salt Manufacturing Co.'s
.1 JP O wV J F r 13 R
(PittnUcf tit and tb, Feb., 1539.)
COXCr.STKATKD LYU I
It w'll tnaks 10 POCKIW rf eicellsat IIrd Soap,
or 23 GALLONS tt the Terr belt Sua Soap, tot
oaly about 33 CFXTS. Directions en each box.
For ile at all Dru; and Croeerr Stores.
rut one i ox of Saponiiler Into three gallons ot
water, (knock ctT tho end, and let tbe box boll until
It emptict iUelf, then tako oat the box.) add four
and a hair poand of ft, and let It Set 2 boars and
10 minutes. Then add a small half pint of ult,
and let It continue boiling 33 minutes looser, when
vou add half a gallon of Aw wa er, anl let it come
to a boll, ronrasmall tumblerful of cold water
Ints a tub or box to wet it round the i les, then
esiDtT tbi soap In , tottaM all nirfit. and eat
In hars fa tbe morning.
Made la tbe tame way, with tbe exception of
adding fifteen sal km J 'of water and no salt. JI
yeu nrtdis an inn klttlr.
list, s dawtraos.
A IIOl'SI-ilIOf,V XKtJKtSITl" KXIS
FOR. THE DSEOF
IiiriioN Calarrh Snull,
Wbkh, In tbeartt staires of a coll acts like majrls
Ileadache, Hoarseness, Diphtheria and Hroochltlj,
e Kyas TIcaraeM.DadTaiteandSmell.beingtbe
result of Catarrh. This snuff remoTea and prevents
all the, and insures a healthy Head. Its efferts
are pleasant and safe even fr Infants who f -from
Itlaetbehls-neat profs sdoeul testimonials,
by all brorgisU, or sent by Mail to all parts
forSOrent for One Rox, or fl for (bur Boxes.
Address, JAS. DCKNO, I'. O. Bex 1 233,
tTboIesale, by D.RARNES CD.. II Park Row, N.
ru . din Jin. I
A COl'OII, COMl.Oll SOItE THROAT
Requires iamediatt attention and should t
cheeked. If al hired to continue,
Trrlttiltou ol the I.tiux-i, n Permanent
Tliront . fleet Ion. or an Inetirablo
1 arm TBE SWPLT
ISroiru's SCroiichial Troches
B1VISS A BISECT ISfLOXCt ot TBI riSTS, OIVE
Fo Ilronrhitls. AMhma, Tatarrh, Con
Mimpllic niul Throul Diseasesi,
TBocass aax osas with aLwaTS good spccxsi
SlNfiERSA'tn PUBLIC SPHtKEItS
will tod Tmdut useful In elearinc the mice when
takaabefure fsbu-lns or Speakins;. and relic rlsj;
ths tbroat after an unusual e rerti hi of tbe rocs I
oryacs. The TVaeaes are reeommeu4led anl r-re-scrihed
by Pbyai-ians, and have had tastimoBlall
treat enrincat men tbroosh- nt the country. Peine
aa article o true merit, and having pnud tbtlr
sfleaey by a-teat of many rears, each year Sad
Ibcsa la saw localities la various parts of the world
and tbe Teaes are aaiTsnally pronoaaeed better
thaa otber artiaiea.
I Ocraui only --Baow ts BaoseensL Taeca as," aad
do But take say of ths Wmthltf Meatimt thai
Buy be ottered.
Bold everywhere la ths United Suits, aad
Faraicn r-ouatriss, at 3S cents per box.
itch: itch: itch:
Scratch ! Scratch! Scratch -
tVII KATO.VS OINT 31 K NT
WILL CCRB TUB ITCH I H HOURS.
Also ears SaLT RasCM, Curias, CsiLSLaiKS aad
all Kanrnoss or raa Hunt. Pri-- 30 seats. Par
sale by all drujarists.
By sendineCOasartsto 1V9CK84 POTT BR, Rea.
Acents, 17il Washlnj-oa street, P- Eton, It will be
forwarded by mall, free at portage, to aay Mldress In
tbe United Slates.
Oat. at. ISBo-dawIrr
AI.I.COCK'S POIIOL'S I'LASTEKS.
cvrh LUwas.no, rai-ra op trimhb, vari
COBB VEI1C8, SORB CBIST, Se.
Aa Eleetrician, mho bas great xperianea
their insets In local rheumatism, la tic dolor av
aad leap seated narrow aad other pair.,, aad
ta aaections of the kidneys, etc, etc., attributes all
their edatire, stunalatire, and paia-relleviar,
to their electric qualities. He asserts they
the baalth electric condition (equilibrium)
of tbe part, aad OWc bains, rattarwl, pala anS mor
bid aetloa ora-t.
Brand retb Uoase, tew Torh, Nov. 23, I "US.
T. Aucoi'K A Co aeutlemen -, I lately snlfoied
severely froea a weakness la say bast. Ilariac
beard year Plasters much 'recommended in cases of
this kind I procured one, and the result waa all
that I could desire. A single plaster cured me la
a weak. Tours, Respectfully. J. tl BRIUflS
Oeacral Agency, Bratv'reth Hcase, New York.
Sold by all Dealers la Medicine. dawlm
of prejudice and misapprehension, aad carrying all
before it CaisTanoaos aaia dtb pursue? its march
of success. Like those of the Union, its colors are
the cynosures of every aye, its victories Lisvi no
Staix. It turns thousands of heads, and charms ia-
BameraMe hearts. Containing no caustic cement
it aaaaot injure the hair or blemish :he skin. Mas
ntaetured by J. CRISTADORO, No, C Astor House
New-Vork. Sold by drur.ists. Applied by al
Hair I -rearers. dawlm.
WON'T lSK A X V OTIIKK.
The last an tb best ; tbe rlaht article Baally ;
every body likes it ; is purely vegetable ; ret tores
grey hair In (bar weeks, or money refunded. It
will do it every time. Three applications will cure
all humors of ths ssalp. Ash fbr irKMSTER'S
rEGETARLEItJIR tSriOORJBOR,s.oi don't take
f0 SJLE 1 ALL UXUUGISTS.
THE BEST IN THE WORLD. Harmless, rella
ble, Instintaneous, the only perfect dye. No die
appointment, no ridlcnlous tints, true to nature.
black or brown. Uennin is tifned rfffisat J.
ButktlTT. Also, Reaenurated extract or mllleaeur
preserves and beastloSs the liair, prejerres baM-
. Sold byall drugglsto. Factory 81 Bareelay
St., N. V dawly-
EUROItS OT VOL'TK.
A gentleman who satsrcd t years from Nervous
DjWilty, rremataro Dssay, and all tbe eCeets of
youthful Indlfeiellon. will for the sake tl suuerin;
humanity, send free to all who need it, the recipe
aad dlreetkwa for making the simple remedy by
which be was eared. Sutteres wishing to prtfit by
tbe adrertlMr'iexi-erlenec.sando so by address
In;, In perfect confidence. JOHN B. 0GDEN,
wtm. No, 1J Chamber St., New. York.
'MARTHA WASHINGTON " HAIR
Would you bavs dalk and lustrous loc-i . and xto
With beauty's queen, the ldeas of the sky ?
Or is your beauty lading todeeay,
Vcur raven tresses parsing fast away ?
Or is sze drawing too untimely near?
Do silvery locks upon your lwad appear .'
Then why of youthful beauty, why deipalr
When there's a balm for every silvery heir ;
Time's wrros, fever's ravases it blesses
A lureretterer of those missing tresses !
From ber bright locks tbe Immortal name It woo
Of HalrRestorer-'-MAnTnx WnnixsTOX !"
Then hie to the Stoic juit across the way.
And get a bottle with tbe leaf t delay.
Sold Evinvwnrae. rrioeJI.Ol
SIMONDS 4C0., Proprietors.
SMOLAXDER'S EXTRACT BLCKU
Cnres Kidney Disete.
SMOLAXDER'S EXTRACT IIUCKU
SMOLAXDER'S EXTRACT I1CCKU
Cnres Urinary Diseases.
SMOLAXDER'S EXTRACT Bb'CKU
SMOLAXDER'S EXTRACT I1UCKO
The REST Fluid Extract BOCKU now before tbe
nnhit is sinr.j:vnFRS- For all diseases above.
i .n.lfnr irs-jr.VPVS and PJIX3 i.Y THE BACK,
y EM ALE COMPLAINTS, and disorders arising
' from EXCESSES OF Jltr Kl.fD. It Is perfectly
WAIVABLE. For sale by all Apothecaries ev
erywhere. PRICE O.fE DOLLAR. TRY' IT f I
TAKE 1TO OTHER t ,
Bcatxian Coatas, Wholesale Druggists, Sfi
Hanover street, Boston, General Agents.
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES. TUE
elebrated DR. DO VT eontlnaes to devote hli entir
time t tbe treatment of all dlaeues inoldent to a
female system. An .experience of twenty-thre-earj
ea ablei him to jnaranteo ipeedy and perma
nent relief In the Hrteuu of Supjititi and ml
tktr fitfHttrwU Draftmentltfrm tekattvtr caul'
All letUrsAadvIca matt contain (I- Office.
9 Endleottrtreet, Bojton.
-"'-'B Board farnliied to thots who wiih.
remalo under treatment.
Boa'n. June 21. IffiS. d3Uwty
-uirr.tiE.txD i-LL, do you coon."
Root and Hcrh Bitters,
A STANDARD MKDICINEi-withont the pes
sibllitycfa donbt the best remedy known
for the followln: and all kladred diseases -. - Indi
gestion, Costirecess, Liter Complaint, Tiles,
ache, Heartburn, Cvspepsia, Dirtiness, Scrctula,
Salt Rheum, Lansncr, Lailsesi, Debility, Jaundice,
Flatulency. Ilusors, Fcnl Stomach, Ac.
By tbe timely ure cf this medicine the blood is
pariSed. Tho ppctito Is restored. The,yitem la
strenhened. Tbe lUer is inviioraUd. The
breath Is sweetened. The complexion is beaatlfled.
And the general health Is restored.
A ceiSllo laxatlre. An aggreeable tonic. A
plendlt appetiser. A h trailer, stimulant. A re
viver or droopla; spirits.
Sold by all Dealers In Medicine ererrwhere.
BOOT! rtOOTt EOOT!
RE.VD ' READ READ!
Root's IzsTacuic pine- tbe life of tbe Hair;
changes it from gray to its original color in three
weeks; prevents the hair from falling: is the lest ar-
bcle for dressing the hair eter found In market; will
sorely remove dandrua and cure all diseases of the
scalp; is delightfully perfumed, cures baldness, and
will not (tain the skin. We tell tbe story quickly, and
tell it true, when we say it is a perfect
Heatorer and It rvaslna (orat,lnel.
Ko other preparation for the hair contains l'estacble
Kut Oil. Sold by all Druggists.
OEEIX SKIXNER t CO., Sole Proprietors,
UFEi un:: i.irnt
DRors : drops : drops :
Axoucax Lire Dnors will cure Dipthcria, Coughs,
Rroncbitis, Sore Throat. Asthma, Rheumatism, Xen
nlia, Ague In the Face, Heed ache. Toothache,
iinuscs, bpralns. Chilblains, Croup, Colds,
Fevei-and Ajlioonil t holcra In u slnaleduy
Sold by all Druggists, with full dirfctioaa for use.
OREi. SKI.NNEl: A CO , Prop's. SprinnaVId, xiaia.
U. C. GOOD-TIN A CO., Agents, Itostoa, Mass.
"JOV TO THE WORLD."
the 15Taonocrio.r or
FERRY lUrii' rjl.V KILLER.
To the nSarias humanity of this age, bas relieved
ttore pais and caused more real Joy tbac any
otber one thine that can bo named.
Tbo Apothcear.T Unas it Irst among the medicines
called In, aad ths Wholesale Druggist auesMet it
a leading article f his trade. All tbe dealers in
medicine jpeik alike In Its fivar; and 111 reputa-
Uoa as a raedietBe of great merit is fully aad per-
PERKV DA VI PAIN KILL8K
roa couc ix uoasat,
an seetas.it used sy ethers, I an say that Ire
sard It as the bast preparation extaat whoa tried
la tieaa. ar in the n.-rt stages f that ver prcralant
complaint. I racoraaaead all versees who base, or
ase hones, ta have it evesUcUy aa haadfor ea-ej
For ths human fimlly, both aa aa internal and
extaraal resaedy, the Pain Killer is sa laearably
kaowa that it is almost useless ta call attention to
S. STEWART, Drags-let Ilshrsc, O.
I'HRR 1'S MTII .(.Ml KRECKLE I.O
TIO.V ChloaKns, arMotbpateh, (also Llv erspot,)
al Iatrro, ar Frtakles, are aftaa very annaytaz,
parttnlarly ta ladles of Ugbt eotaplaxloa, tor the
discolored spats show s.re plainly en the face of
a blende than a brum tte ; bat they greatly raar
tbo baaatv of aitbsr ; and aay preparation that
will effeetaally remove tbem without iajHrisgthe
texture or color of the skin is Is certainly a deaide.
ratisa. Dr B. C. l'erry, who has made diseases o
tho skin a specialty, has discovered a remedy for
those dlaooWraUoas, which ia at once prompt, latal-
libla and harealees.
Prepared oaly by B. C. PERRY, Dermatolec-kt,
No. 19 Boas Street. New York, aad for sale by all
dras-sjsts i price it per bottle. Call far
PERRY'S MOTH and FRECK'.E LOTION.
Sold by all Drucglsts In Burlington.
Dec is. wSea
GIVE NATURE A LIIT.
Feuple expect tea Beach cf Natare. Tbey tride
ith their health and their consthatlctr. aad then
ars surprised that they fall sick.
Thepreuure of eanstsnt mental or bodily labor
upoa tits animal powers is tremendous. Very few
systems and eonstitaUoas cm bear up agarBst Uis
pressure nriaaststed. Add to this the nnhtalthr
intueaees which lurk unseen In tbe air we breathe.
tba water we drink, tbe artWcial beat with which
wc endeavor to etassauay the cold and marrow
saarchlar nsolsture of winter, and it weuM seem to
require a 1 roost superhuman rigor to keep In per
fect health at this rbrareus season without rein
foretn; the physical energies.
Bat how reinferro them ! Certainly not with
adulterated sttmohstx. There Is no poieon In tbe
outer air, or In tbo almtspbcre of faraaee-Leated
rooms, or workshops, or factories, to vernieious as
those deadly -bemlax fluids.
Why rue them, uheo
HOSTETTKR-S STOMACH BITTERS,
a Tegttvblo tctlc without alley, are ever) where
obtainable 1 Netbise bas ever been etTered to the
feeble and debilitated s harmless in its nature, so
powerful in its Invigorating tflccts, as this cele
brated STOMACHIC AND ALTER VTIVE.
In the array and thecavy, ianewiett'enwnts,
and in crowded eitlee, by old and jenny, rich and
poor, it Is used as a
PROTECTIVE AND RESTORATIVE MEDICISE.
with tbe most sratif)tng result.
April . dawlw
nONSIDERINO It cece-sary to advertise my
m.1 a at su4 rinvlt-isaaa a fa trtsa fx 1 IS Ir.ri tt ftt riavr
men. I hereby mil the attention of Lhe public to tor
opened this day for tbe Spring trade, ooasutlniV f
all tbe u-oial stiles of staple and Fancy Goods such
a, hlcaoi.ed aad brown Sheetings, Prints, tilnc
bams, De Lalnes, Linen Hiram, Diajrs and
Napkins. Conntcrpasts, le.. A., and Silks, rro.s
Uooas.onawis. laJinuia(, oanuus c , uinuti
with a full assortment of small wres and rancy
Goods, allot wbkli were bousbt at the lowest pos
sIMe prices and will be soldaccotdlnsly.
Aplf. 3, 'fC6 wtf.
STOl AM) It HAD THIS t
New and Novel wa) of Cloilm out a
Thirlv Thoiimiti Itollar
STOCK 'OF GOODS.
C051PItIii.NO a seat varietr of useiul artviles
indlspensahle to the community.
This raluable and miscellaneous stock embraces
50 i heeler a- Wilson cewicr Marhices i a larg, as
sortment cfhilver Plated Ware, such as elegant
Tea Sets. Silver Piated Fxult and Cake Raskets,
Castors, Pitchers, hpoons, Folk). Ac., A.i also, a
large lot of Wateses, Chains, Coral, Jet and Cameo
Sets ot the latest itylf s orJewclry ; Fins ; Kuttons;
Itudi; UoldThim'des. Peucilsanl Lockets. Also
a large list of Linus' Drcss boons, comprising
Silks, Alpacca, Iilsb replies. Shawls, Balmoral
Skirts, Sentags. Cellars and Under-Sleeves.
This wbole stock bas been arranged in lots, to
be sold for
oiyi: UOlsLAi: EACH,
withr ut TFinra to the eot cf any article. We thor.
1y one unnorm price, prcient a rare chacce to ma-
ny to purchase thousands cf rarr nn4 ennthr it'ttrltt
in many cases lor irst isaa one iK-rniif im
tunl torue ( and In no case can they get
dollar's worth, ss we lend no article which retails
for less than tbat turn.
In all transaetiens hr mall, we shall chirrs for
foiwardinsthe certificate, pij lng postage. and do
lus tbe tuslners, twentr-five cents each, which must
Y anelcsed when the certificate is lent for,
Upon the receipt of the certificate you can see
what you are to nave, ana tnen it is at yonr option
tn nd one dollar and take the article, or net.
Mnrla certificate. 23 cents Five certificates will
be sent for JI.WI Elev n for t-d Thirty for
5X0. Sixty-fit e for HUCOand One hundred for
e'end (or circa la rr, addrs sslse
N. A. SIMONDS A CO.
BoxX 57 P. 0., Boitoa, Mais.
IIIEESE SACKING Juit opened and for tale by
y CJJttAIU-'l UAluiun.
April 3 wtf. No. ISC Church Street.
CsiatOicx. CLoracs-MoTBS while cbrysalids
are cheaply dertroyed.' All dnijziitsiellltC.C.
HARRIS st CHAPHAN, Factorers, Boston.
TAKE OABE OF YOUR LIFE
PATTJ. Sept. 5, 18S5,
Patent BZeiailic Sr5lc.
A NEW rwVKN'lTOir.
HkTllxOTDii rtrristhc most prolific cause of
uisease anu uram an wn 10 numanltr. It Is al
most sure to Drin-j on a eoiu i antl colds, nclected
and often when not neglected, lead to fevers or to
o-jugnsami latai consumptions, it is in recogni
tion of this truth that the inventive talent of "the
country has lor years been devising some method,
or attempting to devise It, for keeplnr the feet dry,
ami et that should not give inconvenience to the
wearer, nuoucr suoes, in one lenn oranother have
hitherto been our reliance , hut It Is well known
as among their many evils, that while tbey keep
tbo teet dry from external moisture, they sweat
them over much, and by thus indui-injc an undue
tenderness lncreae a susceptibility to colds rather
luanoiuerwire. i ney are also cumbersome to tho
icet, ana wuuaiaio ver expensive. The demand
is for something that shall mike th Ar!!-- rtsu,.
and Sboo impervious to water, without a&etins
meir eioicance or uuraoiiuy. anl. 11 possihlr, with
out adding pensiMi to tbe cost of tbeir mirnri
lure. These, It will be conceded, are wost important
rcaiurcr, acu wc coiucirciioa,!, ainrm mat they
at. loviuni .iuui ig in. iu,cuua UCreWllU
presented to tbo public.
The invention consists In inserting between the
inner and out r sole, when the hoot H making, a
thin McrALLtcPLiTK, exwediaglr duetile, combin
ing dexiUilit. with tougbnes, vtry lisrht, and
every way adpted to tbe end desired, while tne
additional expense is merely nominal. It furnishes
a perfect harrier against the admission of wet or
dampness, tboah tbe feet may No exposed ever so
loni; upon wet pavements or damp ground.
To ladies and children tho Mitalk Soles will he
of luealeulablo value, as from thtlr habits of life
and delicacy of dress, they are particularly exposed
to the lofi - train of ills that altea-t upon an inade
quate protection to tbe foet.
Tress Soles have alrcadv beB tried ay tbo best
of all test, a err kl rss and the teetriaonnls to
tbeir merits, freelr proffered, indicate that tbey
must lie speedily and universally adopted b) the
public. The Patent Metallic Soled IWsaad boea
aro being latrodoceu into the loadiag Boot and
Shoe Stores throughout the I'mtea States and will
supplant all forms o overshoot, exempt posibty for
deep mud or snow, as tney heoorae known. Be
sure to get them aad tako no other. If vour shoo
maker doae not happen Li hare than., be can pro
cure them without difficulty. If bo will not, then
eed . oursclf :o tte invent r oaedoHar nnd thirtv
cents, aad obtain six pair, asewrted tiscs, ith right j
to use, which will te promptly f uw.r'ed by mall I
or express ire-uai ani waicaean ne maiie up iy
any anoomaker in the county Acenciea will he
estai llebed la overy city and village, and sup lied
with Soles aad proprietary stamps, at sch. dute
prises, and l!eral c n.mlon allowed on rales,
also General Agenees for autesappolcted oa ap
pHoation, with proper testimonials to te Inventor.
General 1'et.ot' corner Cltr Hall Place and Read
street, Now York.
The uadersicnod have for the past six months
worn boots and bhoes i saofsinxMr Seals 'sMbtat-
lar Sols, and find Uum aa caVetuul prerentite
aramt datsonee. aal tbo eoKls so often taken
from damp feet M--t aladlt do we testify to the
persret efficiency of their sorvioe. The Metallic
Sols ia set onlr a uana e ntri'ution to tbe eaaac
of general hoalth. but a ao,itiae Uaarf, ehviatiat:
all seoessity of In tu RuVjer shoes, except in
'Idy weather. .Ml ordlaary daatpseae. aad even
water bihic paveme-.ts, is oneeple ely foiled of its
power of harm ay Ibis most simple and useful la
rentlon. No ose a bo bas ones used tbera will ever
be without tbem a rain, as tbey ineroasc tbe cost of
boot' and shoes by a sum which is scarcely worth
naming, and injure, positively, dry (eel, which is
reeltoned smenr the h-st conditions of health and
eoeafort We bearulv commend tbe -'Metallic
Soler to all tbe sensi'de.
J. CLEMENT FRENCH.
Pastor Central Cons. Church, Brooklyn.
MARY A. FRK.NCH
New Vohic. Detf.. It3.
Sav5XL J. f eclt, Esq.
Dear fir la reulv to vour i-ioalries resardinr
roar naloatMetallisSole. I take sreat pleasure ia
eiauua; tnat i naa mem put ma pair oi ncc ca r
sain ooou. wnien i wore tne wnoie oi last winter
in the wet streaks of Albsny. I have had tbem
half soled since, and am wearing vour Metallic
Sotee now, with full intention nierr to bo without
tbem. I have not bad a wet or damp foot durtax
too waoaa usao i nave worn tacia. i pronounce
tbem the nest Insole 3 et made. I am satisfied that
no person havtac oaee worn thorn will do without
theta. Wihiuyou the succoasyou desoxTe for so
luus-jw an invention io. ue onHmuon oi
Health. I remain truly yours.
SAMUEL JEFFcRSON. Contractor ,New York.
Ma. Saxcil J. Sflt
Dear Sir I tako zroat u'.oasure is oflerinir mv
tsetanony to tbo uoatulaese and eoeafort or your
patent Jiaiaiuc sole, i nave usea a pair or aoou
for the past seven months, turnlshel with this Sole.
and teei no nesitatlon in aa)iag that I have never
worn saoee oat oomMnM s persrctly tho desira
ble qua litis ot drynessand dursbllity.
EMMA OVERTON, Brooklyn. Now York.
S. J. Seclv, Esq.
Iear Sir Ia answer to your request. Iam pleas
ed ta state that I have manufactured shoos contain
ing your Metalie Solo by machinery. 1 tblak
tbom a superior artie'e for keeping the feet dry.
In aunumcturinir tbem there is no troublo frum
euttlng the thread when sewing, nor anv dtSealty
la patttae them In the shoe.
Pracrleal ghee Mamitaetnrer. Brooklyn A- T.
Mar. ti. wCm.
AU all he- th-i hNw.ti tks, I ll.nn.
V D . i I .r v . vl j v r
at Milton. Vt., d . hereby authorise my sob Klisha
ballet of Mlltoa Vt.. now a minor, to do anr and
all huatness oa Lis own aemuat, anei to make aay
and all contracts with any and all persons ia his
own name and for his own benefit, aad to sue for
and collect his own wages lor bis own
services, heretofore or hereafter rendered by him
to any person or persons whatever, ami I hereby
zivesaid Elisha hts time, and release him from all
olaim I murbt hare upon him for bU servfeeei
and also release all other poisons from all claims. I
might have on tbem for the work of said Elisha.
vated Jlsren 9.
Sworn to before me tbe 9th day of March. !3S.
Jaiiss McIsttrc. Justice cf the peaee. wMw3
8 therebv civen that I bare this dav irlven mr
X son James Sherman his time tbe remainder cf
bis minority and therefor forHd all persoase trast-
lor er narnorin;nim on my aceount, ion snail not
pay anv debts of bis Contraction alter this date.
lUoticilos, March list. win
Ill V ......!ul V...Y,.- - - - it . L.L.,
1 riven to hG son Shendan E. Isbam, his time
rnr tbe remainder of bis minority, and tbat he
illclalm none of his earnlnss aad be Mspontihle ft
neae ofbia debts after this data
lIHIston. March 2M 16. w3w.
STATE Of VERMONT.
lirHEREAS,The Farmers and Mechanic's Bank
ll a eemoration dutv inoornorated br tbe Leo
lalature of tho Mate of Vermont, loctted and do
In: huslness at Burlinston in tbe County of Chit
tenden, ha, made application to me requesting mo
to issue a proclamation doalnatln Some day for
the termination of tbe existence of said corpora
And whereA, It bas heen made to appesr to mo
that two-thirds of the legil votes of tho stock
holders of said corporation were siren in favor of
sai t application ;
rtow. tborvi ire. i, ram &ii.iuaaui. uuiciiwi
of the State of Vermont. In conformity with m1
application and tbo provisions o sections tiybty
six and eighty -seven of chapter eiebt-ntnc of tte
Oeneral btalutee of Vermont, do berb Imuo di
proclamation and declare tbat on the Tenth day
of repteinher, A. D , l3a, tbe said Corporation, of
tho Farmers and Mechanics' Dank shall cease to
exist, as fully sod with the same effect ax If Its
charter expire! y the limltatloo therein.
In witness whereof, I havo hereunto signed m,
name ant caused tne seal oc tne -state to be
hereunto sfPx-d, in Executive Chamber at
Waterburr. this tihtb dav of March, in tlie
l s.) year of cur Lord one th usaod eieht huedreil
nWl Slaty,,. lr- w, fcu 3 iuu,nuH,aG, ui iui
United States tbe ntsetith.
By tbe Governor,
Secret ry or Civil and Military Affairs.
March 21 dlwawtSept. ICth.
STATE OF VERMONT.
A ritOCIsA.II ATIOiY
1 UEREAS. The Bank cf Eurlinston. a corp
1 1 ration duly in'-orporated bv the Legislature
of the itate of Vermont located and dolus buil
nes3 at Burlin jton.ln tbe County of Chittenden. Iiaj
madoanplisationtomerequeitfnfmo to Issue a
proclamation desliatln hqo day for tbe termin
ation of the existence of said corporation i and
Whereas, It has been made to appear to me that
two-thirds of tlie If pi rotes cf the stockholders
cf raid corporation were stven In favor cf said ap-
Now, therefore, I. Paul Dillingham, pvernor of
me state oi itnuviti lutvojuiooi .unwu
i liettlon and the provisions of seetl ns elzhty-slx
and eUbtji-seven or chapter elzhty-ntne of the
lioceral Statutes of Vermont, do hereby Issue my
proclamation and declare that on tbe FIReenUi
Say of September, A. D. IVS, the said corporation
ortnoilanKol uuriinztou snsu cvaw m, fc-.i. s
fully and with the samo effect as u its cnartcr ex
pirc dhy tbe limitation therein.
Inwitnesi whereof. I havehereunto i!;nel my
ra.no and eausCtl the seal of tbe Sttte to bo
hereunto affixed. In Fxecntire Chamber ia
t-s. Waterbary. this Twelfth day of March, In tbe
year of our Lord.one tbtusacd efsht hundred
and ilxty-slx. and of tho Independence of the
United States the ninetieth.
By tbe Governor.
Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs.
March IJ w6m
SEED BAR LEV.
1 Prime article welshtn; over lawful weight, fir
XX. saw oy
R. X. A. BARST0W
March 23th. wlw
VoV Outer !o!e.
N, C IaaerSote.
CHARLES L. HODGE'S ESTATE.
STATE OF VERMONT.
I 'I I1E Honorable the
.J i .Tobito Court for Us
District of Chittenden, as.;
xnstnci or unittenJen.
To all persons interested in the ee
titl of Charles L. Hodces, latoofrTilliitcQ.la said
Wbcrkas, application In writin; hath been male
to this Court by tbe guardlaa of Slid ward for l:c
ecse to sell the whole or the real estate oCsaid ward
letting forth therein that 'bis sain ward owns aa
undivided filth part of tho uadividsd htlf of a
form cf land in said Wlllutnn cf&hnnt 9-.i
formerly owned by Jacob LHodires deceased, subiel
to the dower of tho widow of saidde:eased thereia,
also a certain Interest in the house and lot ium.
eupled by said widow In'the vilUso of tTiiliston, in
which said widow has a claim for hoifieita.l an)
AndThereucon tbe said Court annolnt'd an," a,.
slated the iMthdayor April 135, at the Probata
Court Rooms, in said Distmt, ta bear ana cecl.te
uMn said application and petitlon,and ordereilthai
public notice thereofbe given to all persons interest
ed therein, by publishing said order, three weeki
successively, in the Burlington Frco Pirn, a newf-
piper.wbich circulates in the neighborhood of those
perr-nsl interestel therein, all of which iuh
lleations shall be previous to the time appointedfor
Therefore you are hereby notified to appear te
fiire said Court, at tbe time and place aforr'ald,
then and there to object to the granting of .uck
ucen-e, u ou see cause.
Given under rav hand, at the Probate r.-mrt
rooms, this .Id day of April. A. I). ISM
LEMUEL CLACK MAN'S ESTATE-
STATE OF VERMONT.
i'l'IlK Ilouoranie the
. S i. Frobate Court. wilk-
District of Chittenden, ss.
n ana nr tne intrlct or Chittenden
Toall pereoas interested in the eatataof r.mn.l
Dlaekman,lata of Jerkko.tn said Ihstrict.dceai':.
Whsrcss. said Court bath assigned the nth a.
of April next for the settlement of the adminis
tration account cf- the Executors of the la,t wilt
and testament of said deceased, and ordered taal
public notice thereef be eiret to all pervoos iatsr
tcifl in said estate, 1 y pa'-tto btng this rder thrse
weeks succeseivelv previous to the day assign!, la
tbo Burlincton Free Prw, yrnted In rturilartsa.
TusRiroac. vou are berebv notiffoa to idvu at
the Fm' ate Court rooms, ia Hurlinirton. on tha
day assigned, then and there to ooeteit .be tllow.
nee ol said acoi unt, ll ou ice nuie.
iivcn uaaer my nana, usis sin uay or aiaren, ,
T.E. WALES. Jadra.
STATE IIP VERMONT.
1pilE lion, the
.) L Probate Coarl
Iltstrlctor Chittaaden. ss.
tor tho hWrlet of ChtttrndeD.
To ail porsnaslatenetad la tbe estate ol Salma
Fay. late of Bolton, in said district, deceased.
Wherea, said Court hath acsicned tbe lHbday
of April acxt for the settleaMnt of theacmlals
tratiuB account of tbo adsahiistratt r ol tbe entate
sa'd deceased, aad ordered that ?tiM o
notice thereof bo jrven to all perseei inter
eatod m said estate. l publishing this rW threo
weeks aaccewivcty previous to tl-e ,'av assircs'l. a
the RurPngton Fre Press printed in rurlingt'a,
in said district,
Tuaairoaa, you are hereby notified to appsar
at tbo PrurateCourt ttooms. in Burltnston. en tbe
day aasisned. then . nd there to contest the al w.
aaco et said account, if yon see cause.
Gives under my band, tbis7thda cf March
A. D iriC.
wow3 T E WALES. Judge
PATRICK M i.NXIO.VS ESTATE.
"lirHTHBSUasCRIBERS. haviaghcrn appolot
Y ed h lb Honorable the Probate Court for
tbo DMfkt of Chittenden, Commissioners to re
ceive, ei jifline awl adjust tho elaimi and decjAcos
of jll persom, against tbe estate of Patrick Jla--nton,
late of Riehuiood, la sakt Dtstrkt, npreieat.
ed ins-dvrat, and also all claims and demands es
hituted in onset thereto ; and six months from the
day of tbe date hereof, being allowed by said Court
for that purpose, wo do therefore hereby tve no
tice, that we will attend to the hos'ness of oar ap
pointment at the otSce of II. Davis, in Ricbmncd
Iu said District, on tbe 4th Moadays of April ace
August teat, at 10 o'clock, A. 31., on each of ml
Dated thi 13th day rf M irch, A. D., PC.
' SAION6GBRR5l-N, CoJ-tEiasioii--
OLIVE WARD'S ESTATE.
tr E. THE SUBSCRIBERS, bavin.-be n apnr.lnt
1 1 ed by the Honorable the Probate Court for
tbe District of Chittenden, CommusMsrrs to re
eeive.examine and adiaat tke claims and demands
of all persons, against the estate ol Olive War-!.
lateofMilten, fa said 1) strict, represent"! ioul
vent, and alM all claims and demands exhibited in
oSbet tbereto ; and 'X mcnths from the day cf the
date hereof, be allowed by said Court for 'bat
purpose, we do therefore hereby sir notice, that
we will atund to the business of our appointment
at tbe dwelling of Marian Ward, In Milton, In said
District, on th third Saturdays t April and Sen-ternta.-
next, at 10 o'clock, A. M.,on ca'h of laid
Dated this itth day of March, A. D , I -V.
Crockery, China, f'Iass and
.Vos. 2 mid 3 1'iiiou Iiluck. Church Street,
The uaderaizBed. urooriotova of the ahove ehtab-
lisbrfient. desire to call nublio atteatlAa to the.r
ioer eased faci itios for the better aecommodati n
of their patron. They have not i nly greatly en
larged and beautified their salesroom, but have
eorresDoaaioslr increased and uwsroved tbeir
stack. All goods naroed in tbe tbltowlar: Ikt thsr
will otter on the mot raasosiaMe t crane, at whole
sale and retail, vis.:
o and very desirable aha pa.
Trettch China ,
plaia, zold band and decorated, lrsscttser aert-
Tabic Cla Ware, Kerosene Lamps.
Lnntprus and Cliaudeliers
from the cheapest to the ilcheet dtiitc. aad all
CooiAs pestsmins to tae lamp traae, suen as
CniMNEYS, BUENFRS AND WICKS.
PLATED GOODS, of " Rogers Er.'s aad " Red-
aeiu x l -rice's ' maae.
TABLE CCTEERV, of tbe best manufacture.
JAPANNED Cn AM BER SETT8, and RICH FANCT
Such as FANCY COLOGNE SETTS, VASB3, LAVi
anu t'Aiua? uuuua, ac.
And they wcnld ca'l especial to tbeir stock of
Clolh and latcr Winrioin
Shades and Fixtures,
e. o. WIRES & CO.
March Ttb. 1666. wtf
Premium Cheese J'a I .
Patented DicemScr 12 1S5I, and Jnne ?J, i5l.)
With Cooper's Patent Heater and SoIS
Patented February 12. 1861.)
rpIIIS VAT with its latest Itnprovemjwe is now
I tbotet inuie,anl is used generally thruuja
ont New York and the New Enslandiatitet, bctb
or Factories and Family service.
YOUNG'S PATENT CCRD CUTTER brim
alsts. Send for circular. .
C. C. F0ST, A;mu
Hloethurzb. Vt.. Oct 1 1 th. I S. w
DR. STRICKLAN D3 MELLIFLUOUS COUnn
BALSAM U warranted to euro Coughs. Colds,
Hoarseness, Astloaa. "Ahor.plnrv onSb, Sore throat.
Consumption, and all tbe aCections of the Throat
Forloby Drurdsts. 50 cents per bottle.
Ce" aaoodwIaVco., lianoverStreet, B.tfca.
Sole AenU for New England.
L-ni.ini.-r iuik PILE T1E5IEDY uas cures
thousands or tbe worst eases of Blind anu fleeiss
piles. It slves Immediate relief and effects p-manenteure-
Try It directly, ll Is warranted u
"rf r sale by all Drurr'sts. SO cents per b-dtn.
Geo,C.GoodwlnCo.,tr Ilansver street, Penc :
Sols Asents for New Entland.
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