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THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING-, MAY 11. I860.
.rfeniu Ward Anion;: the I'Milau.
To Hove, April, 1SC0.
Ttc Iinicti ejnveencdm oar gwn the
other ni-ht, and tonic step ford frecm Ire
land. They met into the Town Hall, and
by tho kind invite of my nabcr, .Mr. Mulroo
ny O'Shaiislinev. whose ancestors at least
must hare had Irish Hood in their vanes, I
went over. "
Vou mav not U awair, by the way, that
I've bin a "invalid licre to borne for fev'ril
arrets. And itV all owin' to jny own im-rrnd.n--.
Xct fsclin' like catin' a full meal
when the cars rtopped for dinner, in the
South, where I litely wa.?, 1 went into a
Rrrterftter, and ct 20 hard hiled cp. I
think tbey cuectca my liver.
My wife says, po. po. She ras l'e got
a ej lendid liter fur a man of my time of
life. I've heard of men's livers graduonlly
wattin' away till they hadn't none. It's u
dredlul thine: when a man's liver gitee him
1 wo years eotum this .May, I liad a tack
ol fever-'n-acer, and liy the "advice of Mits
l'eafly (who commnere tingle ana is cor-
retpondin'ly onbitipv in the same ratio,) I
...i.i ,.,:. i o r;t,n mv.
consulted a spiritooul roejutn a writin nic
jeum. I got a letter Imoi a ceritrated Injin
chief, who writ me, acordin' to the mejum,
that he'd bin ded two hundred and seven
teen (217) years, and liked it. He then
said, let the I"alc face drink um yarb tea '.
I drink it. and it really helpt m.c. I've writ
to this talented savigc- this time thro' the
same mejum, but a yet I hain't got any an
swer. I'erba lie'" " fr where they
hain't got any portie tauii.
Bat thanks to careful nustin', I'm im-
The Town Hall was jam-full ol pcplc,
mostly Irnh citizens, awl the enthoosasm
was immense. They ebeer'd evcrvliudv and
evervthing. They ehec-'d me.
' Hurroo for tt ard ! Hurroo !"
They wus all gxl natr itf mine, arnl
antertd in a pleasant voice,
"All right, hoys, ail right. Mavournecn,
etch hone, aroon, Co-"1! Ia-mebree!"
Tliere Irish remtrks bein received with
-rate applause. I addid.
"Good' (!ood!" cried Opt. Spinglcr,
who desires the Irish vote- fur Cminty Clerk;
" that's Iub" rate."
You i- what 1 m dritin' at, don't you ,
Cap.?" I said.
' Well," I ansr.l. I'm ery glad you
Jo. beraatc 1 don't."
This made the Finijui- Url. and they said
walk up onto the ..peaker' platform, fir.
The speeches was red bt agin Kogland,
and her iron hrcl,aiid it u reauhed to free
Ireland at onct, Kut it was much desirable
lielore freein' her that i larse quantity ol
funs should he raised. And. like gen'rous
Hul as they was. (un was lib'rally eontri
liootea Then aiew a rxrititi' difeuion as
to which head center tr.-y sliouhl semi "em
to (J'Mabony or McK it. There wa a
grate excitement over tin?. Imii it was finally
resolved to send one-hnll to tte arxl half to
Tbcn Mr. Fimiipn riM and said we hav
here to-night sum citizens of American
iirtb. from wbom we stimikl lite to near, u
would 611 onr harts with fjeehles joy to
hear liam a man whore name towers high in
the ixilogU-al tend wax Hfjrr wirld from
wb.ise Jarly tips "
aays 1. Uu tiow, l-iui.v, o hot,
" tt'e wish to rier," tMntiniidl Mr
r'inneatn.inoderatin' his iih- summat,"lrim
iHir towmoun. Mr. Ward."
I beg'd to I' declined. I nit it wa-n't no
use. I rose amidst a prrfwk upnar of aj-
1 said we had couvecned there in a meet
in', as 1 understood it, or rather in a body
as it were, in refereiice ie IMand If 1
knew ray own hart, every one ut ns here
both grate and small. hd J iaipil-c flow
in" in his borum, "and com-e uentially,"' I
aelded, " we will stirk tu it Miuilar and in
accordance therewith, a.- lone h a sjrk of
nwiihuod, or the jieple at Un That's the
kind of man f be !"
Suire Thaslcr interrupiid me. Tlie
Suiri' feels the wregs t Iiland deeply,
on accounts ol harin' on-! i-.iurU-d the id
elerot a Irish eentlenan wii-i had lingered
in a lotlji-um dunjin in l'u'ilin.plaoed there
by a English tavern-keeper, who detjKitical
ly wanted him to jiay for a quantity of chojis
and beer he had conwi m'd Befkles, the
Squire wants to b- re -elided .lustice of the
Pe-aee. " Mr. tt'ard,' be raid, "vu"ve ben
drinkin'. Yeiu're under the inrloo'nee of
Sicker, eir !"
Say I. "Sejuan-, not a drop ol good licker
has i-(d my lip in 15 ye.ns "
tries of -Oh hae now. that won't do."
,'t is troo," Iaid. "Nola dropof good
licker Ua pafred my li- in all that time. I
don't let it pass 'em. I reach for it's goiu'
by !" savs I. "Square. hrm- mc sum
"I beg pardon,'' said the Squire "for the
remark ; you are nubt r; iMitwIiaton hirth
are yon drivin' at ?"
"Yes." I said, "that's just it. That's
abat I've bin aiin myrelf durin" the entire
ett-rnn". What is tins grate laeetin drivin
t? What "t all the grate Kenian mcctin
drivin' t all over the country ?
"My Irish frens you know me well enuff
to know that I didn't come heio to disturb
this mcetin'. Nobody but a loafer will dis
turb any kind of a loectin". And il you'll
notiss it, them as arc up to this sort of thing
allers come to a liael end. mere was a
voung man I will not mention his name
who dUturb"d my show in a ccrtin town,
two yrsrsago.by lnakin remarks disrespect
ful of my animals, aecoropmied by a allosan
to the flint part of my bed. which, a6 you
see, it I lUW tayin", saj li.is young man,
You tandparfr it too much, but you've got
A beautiful bead of hair ir. the hack of you
fccek, old man. This made a few igncnt and
low-mindid persons lart ; but what was the
fateol that young man? In less than a
month bis aunt died and U-lt him a farm in
Oxford eounty, Maine ! The human mind
can pietur no grater inM'ortin than thi.
"No, my Iri-h frens, I am here as your
nabcr and frcn. I know yoo arc brave and
warm-hearted. I know you ure honest in
tb'n Fenian matter.
"But let us look at them Head Centers,
lit us look at them rip-roarin' orators in
Kew York, who've bin te-ann' round fur
up'ards a Tear, swearin" Ireland shall be
'There's two parties O'MeMabonyg and
McO'Koberts. One think- the best way is
to go over to Canady and etablish a Irish
R-publie there, kindly imnttin' the Cana
dians to pay the expenses of that sweet boon
and the other wants to sail direct lor Dublin
Bav, where young Mclloy and his fairyoung
bri'do went down and was drowned, accordin
to a ballad 1 once heard. But there's one
pint on which both tides agree that the
runs. There willin. them char in ew
York, to receive all the Kuns you'll send
"em. You tend aps to-n;ght to Mahony,
and another puss to I! iberts Both will
receive "em. You Sjct. And with other
pusses it will be sim'lar.
"1 was into Mr. Dclmonico's catin house
the other night, and I saw my frcn. Mr.
Tcrrcncc McFadden. who is a clckcnt and
cnterpriein' deputy Center. He was sittin'
at a table, eatin a cam as back duck. 1'oul
trr of that kind, as you know, is rather high
just now. I think about five dollars per
Poult. And a bottle ol gretn eal stood be
"How are you, Mr. icl'addui ?" 1 paid
"Oh Mr. Ward! Iam miserable ! mis
erable! Tho wrorsa we Irishmen sutler :
Oh. Ireland' Witi 5 troo hutory ol your
sufle.ina evrr 1 written t Must WC IX tor
ever ground under bv the iron heel of the
despotic Briton? but, Mr. Ward, won't
you et suthin?"'
"Well," I said, "if there V another can
vass-back and a ejarc bottle of that green
seal in the house, I wouldn't mind jinin'
you in win grouna unacr liy Union s iron
"Green turtle boup, first?" he said
'Well. yes. If I'm to share the wrongs
ol Ireland with vou, I don't care if I do have
a bowl ol soup. 1'ut a bean into it." I said
to the waiter. "It will remain me of my
child-hood days, when ie had 'em baked in
conjunction with pork every Sunday morn
in', and then all went up to the village
church, and had a rcfrcshin' nap in the
am ly pew.
"Mr. McFadJcn who was suDerin' so
thurly for Ireland, was of the Mahonv wing.
1 ve no doubt that some ckally patriotic
member of the Bjbert's wing was sufferin'
in the same way over to the Mason.DorT
"Tbej say, .feller citiiens, soon you will
eea blow itrack for Irish liberty! "We
hain't seen nothin' but a Blow, to Tar it's
been nil blow, and the blowers in Xew York
won't get ont of the Bcllusscs as long our
Irish frens in the rooral distneks fnd 'cm
"Let the green float abvte the red, if
that'll make if any better, hat don't you
be the creen. Don't never ro into any
thin; till you know whereabouts you're
"This is a very good country hero where
you are. You Irish hav enjoyed our boon",
held your share of our offices, and you cer
tainly hav' done your share of our votin'.
Then why this hullabaloo about frecin' Ire
? You do your Ircns in Ireland a grate
ry, too, because they b'lieve you're
coram' sure cnuff, and they fly ofl the
I handle and get into jail. My Irirh frens,
ponder things a little. 'Zimine 'cm closely,
above all fcnd out where the pusses go to."
: I sot down. There was no api.laws. but
they listened to mc kindly. Tbcy know'd I
was honest, however wronz I inkht be : and
they know'd, too, that there was no people
on arth whose generosity and gallantry I
had a higher respect for than the lri-h, ex
cept when they fly oD the handle. So my
' fciicr citizens let mo toot my born
I n... o. ... : .
But Squire Thaxtcr put his hand onto im
bed, anil said, in a mournful tone of vois,
"Mr. Wood your mind is failin'. Your in
telleck totters ! You are only about sixty
years of age, yet you will soon bendnvelin'
dotard, and have no control over yourtelf."
"I have no control over my arms now,"
I replied, drivin' my elbers suddenly into
tleSeiuire's stummuck, which caused that
corpylent magistrate to fall vilently off the
stage into the fiddler's box, where he stuck
his venerable lied into a lass drum, and
stated "murder" twice, in a verv loud vois.
It was late when I got home. The chil
dren and my wife was nil al-cd. But a
candle a candle ma(le from taller ut our
raisin" gleamed in Bcti-j's rjom : it gleam
ed for I ! All was still. The sweet silver
moon was a slunm' bright, and the neanti
lul stars was up to their usual douw ! I
felt a scntymental mood still sj gently ore
me stealin', and I paused belorc Betsy',,
winder, and sung, in a kind of op'rMie vois,
a fullers, impromptoo, to wit :
Wake, Betsy, wake.
My sweet galjot !
Kise up, fiir lily.
While I tnch my lute '
The winder I regret to say that the win
der went up with a villcnt crash, and a
form robed in sjiotle"- white, cxelaimeel,
,:Cum into the house, you old fo.il. Ten
inorrcr you'll 1 goin round omplainin"
about your liver '"
I sot up a spell by the kitchen fire readin
Iwis NapolevH's "Life of .l.iliu Canar.
Wliat a rccklers edd cust he was ! Yit Ixjwis
pictures him in clowiu' millers. Cie-r
made it lively for the buys in flaul, didn't
he? He slcwd one million ol citizens.
male and finale Gaul" and t.aulutset
and then he sold another million of Vm into
slaery. He continnerd th'f cheerful stile
ol thing for sum time when one day he was
'Missinated in Borne by omc high-toned
Koman gentleman, led on by Mr. Brutus.
When old li.-uty inserted his knife into him,
Ca-vir admitted that he was gone up. His
funeral wa.- a great success, tlie bous; Iieing
crowded to itt utmort capai-ity. Ten min
utes after the doors were owned, the l"-hers
had to put up cards on which wat printed,
"Slandin" Boom only."
I went to bed at last, "And so." 1 said,
"thou hast no ear for sweet melody ?" A
Mltery snore was my only answer. Betsy
, AlTSMl Wai.
Phi. Hon,. M.
rvKws of tiii: vi:i:it
T:ie Chronicle diies nit attempt to deny
the truth of the account of the Cabinet
meeting, Tuesday, but comments as follows.
" If we understand the plain language of
Mr. Seward, who foetus to have been raaste r
of ceremonies here, as ho has eridenMy bee n
in all the other fatal oour in which the
I'refident has been walking since the 22d of
Februarv. it is the determination of the
prcttnt administration of the general Gov-
ernmcnt to insist upon the immediate ad- !
mis'ion of what are called loyal representa- ,
.... , ... '
tions Irom the lately rebellious States
Two thirdi of each branch of the L'. S.
Congros having taken an exactly dif- i
ferent po-ition, lK-ing avowedly on record j
in favor ot securing advance.! conditions and j
guarantiea before the recently rebellious
States are represented in the National Cn-
;rcss, we nrc constraineu to accepi -ir.
Reward's menace as the intention of the
President to exerci not alone the hxecutive
but the legislative and probably the Ju
dicial function of the Government."
The Senate Army bill may por'ibly pass
the House, but the Sehenck bill met with a
terrible defeat yesterday, though it ha oc
cupied three weeks of the time of the Houh,
which has been literally wasted over it.
Senator Sherman's" Loan bill attract
much attention. Sec. McCulloeh lias set
his head upon its success and it will pass.
Jay Cook promises to raise all the in ney
under it necessary to fund the entire debt
Some say the rate of interest i too low lor
success but Cooke denies this
New York, May 3.
Havana letters say a cargo ot negroes has
just lieen Iandod and distnmitol on mc
soutb side ot mc isianu.
Tlie cholera i less violent at Gaiidaloupe;
deaths average 71 per cent.
New York, May 3.
Tw.i Peruvian iron-clad Imve arrived
fmm PnMand and captured the Spani-h
almoner Dorothea, flvins the U. S. flag. A
IWntijn imn.HRil was dailv expecteil irom-
the U.S. ...
News cf an attack on I'aso da fatna and
the cro-fing into Paraguay is tliortiy ex
pected. Mntrnis, May 2.
rMTva In S,iuth Jlcmphi". this mora
ine, fired on a citizen, wounding him, and
assaulted a white woman. 1 he shenU at
tempted to disarm the negroes, wnen incy
nl to Fort Pickerinc. firing as they ran.
They were driven from the Fort this evening
to the woods. . ,
During the excitement i negroea anu i cn
iicn were killed and a few boii-es burnt.
The military have been under
arms all auy. .in " ijuitv iu-uiu.,
and fears the ncgrccs will burn the city arc
groundless ; 3 blacks and 4 whites had been
Ne;v York, Mar 3.
The sloon of war Kearsarge was at Lis
bon, Portugal, April 12th. On the passage
seven officers and seven men died of Yellow
Aoopy of a letter lrom the President to
Rnr. Worth of N. C. IS PUDlISSed, Stating
that the proclamatien ot tr.e -;na aoes noi
r. r. ;,!, m?1itnrr enmmisdions then CX-
lsting, and Bays an order will sojn Is; issued
settling all questions on that point.
ThciC were two new casec oi cuuieia
terday on the steamship Yirginia. 101 pa
tients arc in the hospital ship. They arc
isniNCTON, May 3.
The House has re-considered the vote by
which the army bill was defeated, and re
committed it to the Milituv Committce.who
will probably adopt the Senate bill as n sub
Bostos, May 3.
A Washington dispatch to the Transcript
says information has been received by
government that notwithstanding in'.imation
given the Auatrian government by our Min
ister, that the sending of Austrian troops to
Mexico would be looked upon as an un- (
friendly act, that Government had cm-
barked the first installment of troops lor I
WAtntNciox, May 4.
There is little or no denpt ttiai me rresi-
dent will sign the Colorado Dill, as tie sun-
mitted the whole subject to Oongres early
iD Si U called on by . Vho
! truth of the statement respecting himself.
It is rumored hrc that the President is that
There ts very poor chance for Mr. Stan
bury 's confirmation in the S?nw, as there
is an intention to paes a bill for the rcorgan
izition of the Supreme Court, which will
dispense with one of the Justices.
The prospect of a cholera season is eurc to
prevent a continuous Fcion ol Longrcr-s.
An early adjournment is ccrtiin if the chol
era shows itself in force.
Next wi-eli will be an interes tinz one,
here, Iieoausc of the debate on tho Keoon-
etruction Committee's rcnort. It will occU'
i pv at least a fortnight in both Houses, and
nt the eipirjlionot "that time something will
bo adopted and sent
to the !.
the loyal States.
"ew York. May 4.
It is said that the Fenians want to arrest
! and try Stephens on his arrival here on
1 charges of complicity in the acts fr which
O'Mahonv was tried and deposed.
Boston, May I.
A dispatch from New York to the Mer
chants Exchange says a desfteh of the fol
lowing tenor is published in the V Y. lltr
altl of this morning .
Eastimrt, May 3. The liriti-li sc'iooiie'r
Friend which left Kastport with a party of
Fenian;- on board, captured off Windsor, X.
S , the British t-chooner Wcntworth The
Fenians tran-ferred their arms and pro
visions to the Wentworth and seuttleil the
The American man-of-war Winooki i in
puimr of the Wentworth.
Xew Yokk, May 4.
A special Washington despatch tays the
President is prejainng an nuswer to the
House n solution, giving a statement of the
number and names of aU amnesty jirdon
and a particular statement of all confiscated
property restored to the original owners.
I'ho value of the property is not staled, but
the number of jordon is oi.er 7000, and
with few exceptions, the jcrsems inrdeHied
are all rivate ciliren--.
Wasiii.notov, May .
The l'reident and his friends arc dis "eas
ed with the aeti.'n of the rehnosee legisla
ture in passing the Franchise bill. They
sny it disfranchises five-sixths i.f the jople
There is no excuse lor keeping Ternes-ec
out ol the Cnion any longer, and it is prob
able that she will he" admitted to representa
tion the pre-ent session.
The tenato will lass the House bill es
tablishing the grade of General without a
doubt, and tne President will semi in the
j name of Grant to the Senate lor the place.
Ii is a notaole fact that both Thad. bte
i leui-and Mr. Baymoiid intimated their hope
ei teeing a general in tlie Presidential chair
: in due time ; Comervaltsui and Kadie-ali-m
i struck hands on tlnit oeeasiin.
The excite uie-nt la rel- ren.v to the failure
! ut the Merchant- Xaiional Bank in W-h-1
in"tjn d.ie not subside.
The (hronirlr thia morning an nonnee the
death of Caunt Gurowsti.
Iiaree numbers of Caogiestneii are at tlie
Preeidrnt'a House t.-day, seeking interviews
sith the I'reudcn:.
Speech-making is the order ut the day in
tlie House of Beprriitative.
MxMFHrs, May I.
One negro was killed last night, and one
house burned tin- morning. The city
New Yoaa. May .'.
By Mexican news b Havana, we learn
that Martenas, the Ubcral commandant at
Almos. enconntcred a force of Maximilian's
troops and was de feaud. losing three pieces
Thirty-three person- had been arrested
and tried hy court martial for uttering sen
timent favorable t. Juarei
Haldax, May 7.
China from Uverpool,
Ardl th. tia Qucenaiown toe ar.
The steam-hip i'roponu.- bad armed out,
, . z ..r .et. I:,.
wfth the naavenerrs of the ateanvip Lity
of Washington, having overtaken the latter
steamer uiHaoiea anu unoer mu.
Isnox. April 2. I'. S. -VlW a :i a
It is stated that Austria ha definitely de- i m
tenanted upon adopting enercetie military
maur s in teneua.
fhe Reform Bill bav pa-sod the Hou .d
Common by a ma)crity ot j.
The German new v nt conflicting. There i
c .nsiderable uneasiness as to the relations
between Austria and Italy, but the Italian
mrernnent denies having any warlike irr
New oik. May 7.
The 7 Met' Waahinclan apeeial e-laiuis
that the President ia not committed in favor
of the Colorado bill and believes he will
veto it. on gr-und ol an inadequate popu
lation. Chief Justice Chare declines to preside at
the I'nited States District Court at Norfolk
wbieh convenes Monday, until assured that
martial law i abrogated in Yirginia.
It is understood the President will soon
issue a proclamation abrogating martial law
in the dtstiivts where the reMli..n had be-en
peclared ceased to exit.
r'oBTRBS Monwoe. May i.
. . . ... ,
A casemate bats been assigned ,t.i Mrs.
Davis and she is allowed free mter-'ourse f
with her Iwrband each day.
Washi.nctjx, May '.
Tlie Congrrtuonal Globe ol to-dav does
not contain the lenvarkable speeoli delivered
in the House on Saturday hy Mr. Ingersoll
of 111. He has withheld it for revision.
Judge Poland, of ermont. is making an I
able srieecu in lavar oi biiikih; i
from tbc po-tal appropriation bill ,
the amendment virtually de
priting the President of the appointing i
during the recess of Congress.
Several prominent senators and Itepreeen- I
tatives nre a recess ot a tortnign: lie-lore
. "., . r .i iiln I
action on the retwrt ol the lleconstruelion ,
Uommiltec, to give memoera m mwk""
opiortunily to learn tne views ai ineir euu
'11m lmrniiiiw on the contrary want
the business so hurried through that Con-
grert can adjourn in June, and leave the !
New lorn:, May 'J.
The health officer retort four new cases
of cholera but no deaths, on the hospital
ship since last icport.
It is aasertcd that the avowed objection of
the Chief Justice to presiding at the trial
of Jeff. Davi", at Norfolk, will be removed
bv an order from Sec Stanton to ("en". Terry,
commanding the Department of Yirginia,
instructing him that the peace proclamation
entirely dispenses with martial law in that
Wasui.ncto.v, May 'J.
There is-considcrablc lecling hero over the
fact that Mayor Wallach has ordered the
dirty canal running through the city to be
dug open. Tho Committee on the District
of both Houts have protested, but the May
or is sticking firmly to his course. Good
physicians assert it will surely breed chole
ra, and some say the people mean to drive
Congress away bv it. There arc rumors or
two or three cholera cases within a day or
two, but they arc not wen lounucu
t!. r,,t will t to-dav finally on the 1
amendment to the P. O. appropiauon 0111.
T. wa-111 rx striirVfillk find this is likely to
gn;sn t,c business of restricting appoint-
menU h tto pxident.
York, May l.
'n, iii New York, from Aspinwall
I the 20th, has arrived. Panama advices say '
M ilncc the bom
news from the soutn is unimiwiwu., ,
"" ' of Vwraiw.
df f fsnaa sailed for Soutb
.ports f .B3ffr
note the Admiral relufenl to receive.
After the bombirdracnt the English Minu
ter was rcriucstcd to vicatc premi.'c .ATupicd
ty him, and no one will rent him anoth.T
houtc. His name was also struck from the
rolls of the club De la Union
Only two lives were lait and tight wound-
ed; several churches we re destroyed and 151
Government stores, vi.bicd at half a million
and containing over eight millions worth of
foreign merchandise. .515,O0fl will repair
all damages to publii edifices, while the
bulk of the loss fall on foreigners.
Ntw York, May '.'
A Washington despitcli says there is no
longer room to doubt that the President will
veto the Colorado bill.
Anexamination of the Mcrclnnl' Nation
al Innk failure is going on.
It i, rumored in military circles that an
order will soon be issued discharging :ll vol
unteer general officers.
Most of these officers hold camans'ion in
the regular army, and will only lie reduced
to subordinate positions.
The Government has finally determined to
hold the gold e-laini"! by the Bit-hiiion.l
Magxificknt are the products ef uiudern
chemists 'as shown in the aniline dyes and
other trinniphs, but Penney has dioovered the
very crown in his delicious Kermis Lotcs.
THE HAIR KK3T0Ili:it that gives the best
satisfaetion is PKSTACfll.VK l'se.1 and soil
American .llunufHCtnies the Aiucrlriin
atrh . ol W .-iltliam. JIn.
Bvery one kcons that the ueciiatiism cf the
best manufactories of this country is unequal
oil in any ether part of the world. The genius
of American mechanics produced the cotton piu,
the mechanic 1 reaper and mower, the setting
machine, and It hut not least, the wonderful
machinery tf the American Watch Company of
waltunn. Ibis lompany was establistie-t in
lf.'ill, and ba grown to proportions which en
title it to a first rank amonz the manufacturing:
enicrpriies of the New Worl 1. It emp'oys be
tween and 1.00) artirius of superior skill
and character, and a large and thrhing town
has grown up in its vicinity. The factory cov
ers over three acres of ground, and a an illus
tration ol its extent, we may mention that it is
supplieJ with more tban t'Al miles of iron pipe
ami produces an agemrate of nearly To.OOo
watches per annum. The founders of this Com
pany believed that the same delicate mechanical
processes which haj produced euch remarkably
perfect results in larger machines, micht be ap
plied with even greater advantage to the pro
duction ol the watch. I he r.ire'gn time-pieces
are made principally by han.l, and except when
of high cet, an imperfect article, often out of
repair, and ot little value is the result. Abruad
these mysterious and infinites mal organs which.
when agregated, produce t c watefa, are tbc
Iruit of slow and toilsome manual processes In
the results, there must ot course be lack of that
perfect unformity whieh i indispenible for
correct time keeping. The constituent parls of
t he American watch, on the caber band are
fashioned by the most delicate and accurate
raacbirserv Wheel, pinions, spring1, srews,
absolutely uniform in weight, circumference,
dimensions and in every pcssible particular,
are turned out in aynads by nnernrg finger-,
of steel, and their proper combination and ad-
Ju-tment by skilful workmen hate given the
lompany its bigb reputation. Its watches not
only ijo with the trade and y in the pockets of
300,0011 people but tbey v" right and ga every
where. Krehtngf. dawlt.
UeRusaro.vltestFs Colleok. Tbijiutitu
tioa M designed to impart to young men a iou.
radical butintu education whieh shall fit
Uiem far active duty in any department of busi
ness. The College Monthly with allintcrmation
may be obtained by a4drt-ng Urjan Straiten
ami lloyt, Unrlington Vt.
Da rlirrten fept. l.lt-f..". wif
f't.MIIKIIICK CATTLE MAKKKT.
Wan'.ksnar, Maj 8.
tuorir or 1 1 a moca evMARaET.
Thb wek, a
i.ih wttk- 7i , -mm
Ne. frwo Veraaoat, Ire S3S
Prieof or aiartet Boar ntr 1 1 l.1.:t.
Flnt qaalitr, 1 12 Si lU).
seooad qaalit . 1 1 1 . I inn.
Third qulitv, ioew lo.ra.
Work uuc Uxas. V pabr llid.
' Mltefc C5m a ad uuo. tr S?, iS.
Two yoar old. M M a.
Throe 1 aara oU, (to It.
rnen or ansep ana uaans la lots, taj, a so,
a.wi eaen catra 1 1 s 7 w, or Irani 1 7c
Veal Calves. ).!.
Ana 6 Qelres ,
Hldei. sc Ib,
Tallow ; c te.
PIUi.0 ir. earli
t'all 8kln- f !b
rattlo etuiltan active markttat Cambridge tbt
week . the hatchers ware anilou. to huttouike
i tholr aoatitlceieet, a It nu eineated that ptl-
trt ,,oaM raBge blaber at Brltbton. from the rea
son that ftome or the H.-ttrn drt.vera wtreatl;am.
briie tart ntcbt tr in; to bu) op all the Northern
eattle, thereby to sain the control f the market.
The number t.roQxht inwafa'out more than
j Ut week ; some lots Irt-m the Northern btate wrre
eatra, aad the eattle from Canada wai zo. Pri-
! Pes r tier higher than Ufl wk fram to " 'e f
' cwt blither.
! heepand Lambs Sheep trade not iaite aolirelj
; a last week, although they were all sold, but at a
' redaetioa of ra V . and In some Initiate! ii trule
more, jiation ura not sen in toe cotton raaieu
lat week m reallly as waf expected : qnalltr not
ry sMjd, with tooie exeepttec
Wriossi'ir. May 9.
, FLOUR. The salea of TVeitern anperflre have
Wan at n e s -i ; ooiamon eitraa at t So It 10 ;s.
i but no extrae now to he lound under i"vboi. ;
medium rxtrai Jl" :s 12 ?.". St. Lnnlt Hour
sales at it ar i c e hbi, a lew eery choice nrandi
lelllnc" $IS IS.-t bM. Corn ileal alt tJWC
4 ba ie bbt.
bit if bbt.
eiKAIN. I oro, aalee at -J S."c fur Sovthtrn
jellow i Weitern mixed at sr jf -ie t Hush. Oet.
sale, at 63 S.V I huih tor Northern ana Cana U.
He is qalf t at ' tt f I If bulb. Barley It quiet
and price ranee from floe si.io I l.uih, as to
quality. The laiei hare been at II (il.ot lor con
toon and good blue p.id t ! St i 50 for marrow ; and
J W al ;s Ut extra pea. Canada Peal tlisu
I 10 bulh, ai to quality. Sborta have declined t-,
& ; Fine Feed $A,ffli. and Middlinxi at
a t ton.
, e 31 for me , and V it ffl lur clear, cash
ueei at f ii wstz j ivt men ; iaji.juidrrx
tra mess ; awl f i X bbl. for family extra.
culi. Lard Hi 8 tc V lb smoked Hams I si 0
le f !b, and now Srm at 1 9c, cash Butter has
been rather firmer the past week, aa the receipts
have scarcely come up to the wants of the trade
The rales cf new hate been at 40 5 1 5, as to
(ladity, and some choice lots have been sold at an
aurancoonineuiierraie. .,ew e.uce,e nai oeen
arrlTlnumorelreely The aalei of new baie ranged
f 1 2 2"e V and choice old at ii C 23c r .
WOOL-Fleece and pulled at lrom ;t for
fleece, and pulled at (S tit f 2) f-r No land
eond extra, with rales principally from 4 i ffOOc I
In Burlington, Vt., Wednesday evening. Slay 2d,
by Rev. I. U. Ware, Geo. Yf. Rtone of Boston, and
Emily A. daughter of the late Melrir P. Delano of
Boston and N'. V. papers please copy.
In Ilinesbnrsh, May 3d, by Rer. C. E. Ferrln,
Mr. Truman Far, and Sirs. Salome Williams
t'omstock, both of Richmond.
In Concord, N. II., Friday, May 4th, it; A. St.,
Salvox Wibu, Fq., of this city, aed 53 years.
In UlnesburKh, May e, Mrs. Roxana Ray. widow
of the late Asa Ray, ajed ES j cars.
In Jericho, on the 1th Init., Julius Ilapsood,
ased 43 ears.
WON'T USE XXV OTHER.
Tlie list an' the bett i the right article finally 1
everybody likes It ; la purely vegetable j restores
grey hair In four weeks, or money refunded. It
will do it every time. Three applications will cure
all humors of the scalp. Ask for WEBSTER'S
VEGETABLE IUIR LTI7(70R JEOR.and don't take
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGIST.
itch: itch: itch:
Scratch ! Scratch ! Scratch
WILL CURE THE ITCn IN4inO0R8.
Alio core Salt Rattrw , Curias, Caiuutas. and
-n VirpTioTt or rat 8n. Price 50 cents. For
ula bv all draczlits.
ByaadInst0eenUtoWEEK3i POTTER, Cea.
krirAi. iroWaahlnEtonitreet, Boston, It will be
forwarded by mall, tree of poatan.taj any address la
tha United Mates.
I for damages done to DanUh property
. i. tt r.m c. i.v w.it t:m:s
MADE AT WALT1IVM, MASS.
In consequence ol the recent feat decline in gold
and silver and all tlie material used In the manu-
r"ta" of cur goods and In antldratin of a still
f"0'" decline, we haic itdutei cur prke toas
low P'nt as th j- can be placed
II till UU.U .11 1IH,
o tint no one ncel hesitate to tojr a ttch now
firm the exrtetatlcn tLatltwilHe cheater at
some future time. The twt ! ten scars and the
icanuraetuie and tale of
JIORK THAN 2(lli,(Hit WATCHES,
have slven our productioas the very hixheit rank
amon; timekeepers. C. tnmei.cin: with the deter
mination to make only tboreuLly excellent
watche., our buiinees hat steadily Increansl as the
public boeaoio aojualntcl tr th their value.utitil for
mnths toKeiher we have keen unable to supply
the demand. We bare repeatedly enlarged our
factory buildings until tbey now our three acres
of ground, and give aee.-mmn.Uti.wi to more than
clsht hundred workmen.
Wo are fully ju'ti."cd in stating that we now
make voite tnax o.M HALr or all tbe Watches '
sold i.t me U.iiTt-D Statis. The different eradea
are dt-tinuUhed by the Wb.wlBS trade marks er
Kravel 01 the plate
I "Amcilcaa Watch Co." Waltham, ilat.
t "Appleton, Tracy Co." Walthsra, M..
3 "P. 8. Bajtlett," Waltham, Mais
1 "Win. Kllery.
Our Ladiea' Watch of Snt qnality 1 named
"Apjdeton, Tracy t Co." Waltham, Mass.
6 Oar next iuality of Ladiei' Watch Is named
'T.8. BartUtt," Walt bam. Ma. Tliese
watches are furnished inaxreat variety cf
siacaand ity les of 1 ases.
The American watch Co. if Watthaia, Mats. at
tborlicui to state thatwitbint dlslinetlon of tra-Ie
marks or prices
.Ml the- I'rodtict ol their l'artoi) are
to be the cat time-Lcepera of their class eTermaie
In this or an) other country. Uoycra should rc
meinWr that unlike the guarantee of a foreiU mak
er wbocan never be reicFrbil, this warrantee is eood ,
at all times ai;aln-t tie Coupscy or their aitents,
and that if after tbe most thorough trial, any
watch should prove defective in any particular, it
ma alwai s be exchanged for another. As the
American Wateote made at Waltham. a-e for sale
by dealers generally throu&btut the country, we
do not solicit orders for rinle watebes.
I'M THIN. Tlx public are eaatiobcd to buy
only of reipeet tide dealers. All persons relllnc
R'Jlini.NS. ATPLETON CO.
A sent for the American Watch Company.
I".- Waih'neti a Street, Boston.
May -daw !
It.a.NKIXG HOUSE OF
..I V O O K 7; V V O .
('oilier U'nll.v Vnwan M. New Yoih.
In connection with oar house is rhfladelpbta and
Waihlnit..ii, we bate ip.ni.! a NKW YORK
HOl'SEat abnte loeati.o. and tier oar services tu
Tanks. Hanker, anu Intcstors for the transaction
i f their buiinesa ia this city, ncludiaxparcbe.es
and sates of Government Securities btoeks. Uosds,
and Hold. We are eonstantn lepirMatea at the
Stock eaclianie and Oold Foar where oiilers seat
ns aie r re aptly Slled. W. keep 1 n band a fall
GOVERN)! l-NT SKCl'IMTIES t ALLISSUia
bat Ins; and selllcf at current prices and allowta:
c.rreepondcnts the nwt liberal rates the aaarket
May - -dawlj -. JAY COt-K K i CO
Til K DKUIslVK HtTTI.K.
FOK.1IT A.l XVOX
In every state, and City .and Town ta the Uoion.by
Crisfmloro's flair Itic
over all weal 1 be rlvala , and the palm of victory
ded t, it fir d.-p'l. ail r iam of tint
dura'dlit), rapidity T action, aoftcains and lubri
atin properties, an I eatire fresdoiu fr. m every
daleteieeu or so i ag tnxxedieat. Manetitetured
by J CRUTADORO. No. Aetor lloaue, New
Yotk. Sold by DrairMn Applied by all Hair
it t re-iiKi.oifs 11 tut ni t:
Fill! BUST IN TIIB:W0RL1. llaraaleea. reSa
hie. Initaataneous. tbe only perfect d)e No dis
appointment, no rtdlculoos tints, true to aatare
btaakor brown, (.raatae is .Sewn! FTalMaai J.
Btti-httT. Also, Regenerated extract of aallledeur
reserve aad beaatines the hair, pretervea tald-
. Sold I.) all drus!!'- Factory ai Bareela
St.. N. V dawly.
MO DI A It ll's
CUO 1,1)11.1 si'iicinc :
A nre Pre unlive d-1 cure fr
c 11 ia 1: it a ,
t'liolcra )Inrhu. Diairhoea, I) -elitct .
S 11 iiiniet' ('mplainl'.. l'nlii in the
Stomarb mid Itmrl, .V r.
Its aetioo 1 immediate aad efBoaclouajiBd has been
uied by thousands "Ince the Cholera Season et
H'i Ph)'leian use and recommend it. All ad
mit it to be tbe Ileal Compound kaa for the
Complaint! for hlch It is de ixned.
bTOKDARD A BURT0S, Proprietors. Tro)
Forsalobyall l)r iliund lealers ia
JltlfsBIIOJ.il VKHB SITV KX IS
FOR THE USB OI'
IMirno's Cnini'i'h S1111II,
Which, tn lbefintitie. a cold aelslike ma;lc
Headache, lloaraencs Diphtheria and Bronchitis,
e r.es Heifnr-J. Bad Taite aadSeaell, belDf; the
result of Catarrh. Thle snuff removes and prevents
all these, and io'urei a healthy llea.1. Its eneets
are pleaant an I safe even f r iafinti who '
Itbaitliehbxhest profeMional testhaenlals
by all UrnnrUts. or sent by Mall to all part
forccnt. fot One Boa, or tl for four Boxes.
Addre". JAS. DURNO. P. O. Box I3M,
Wholesale, bj D.BARNES 0 CU., 21 Park Row. N.
to.- . n,n,ui.
BRiNDRirril-S FILLS. COaTIVENESS, DIAR
RHEA. Thev are taken upby the absorbent,
and carried IdIj; the circulation, through whieh
medium t'ey are eoavei el toever.t part of the bo-
Ifthe ptln arTeats the Joints, a ataxia dose produ
ces remarka le benefits. And the tame rule applies
to coitlreness, diarrhet and dysentery 1 thouili
with tbe last name I thev may 1 repaired nbjht
ant m irnins far sime days before deeidol relief Is
obtained. In affections of the lung?, throat head
and plenrl.) , the relief Is certain ; the exeretorr
oreans throw ol with ea the phlexm, and the
breathin; bevamea freer. Spamodle a.thma 1 of
ten cured br a finale dose.
.MAKE YOUR OWN SOAP I
Satlnc mill UMiitr your Wle
I'.uy One Box of the
Penn'a Salt Manufacturim Co.'s
s .1 FOoViFinn
(Patents of lit and 5th, Feb., 1559.) '
It w'll make 10 POUNDd of excellent Hard Soap,
or 25 GALLONS of the very best Soft Soap, for
only about 33 CENTS. Direetiom on each box.
For sale at all Dni; and firoeerr 8tore.
Put one ox of SaponlBer Into three gallons ot
water, (knock off the end, and let the box boll until
it empties itself, then take oat the box,) add four
and a half pounds of fat, and let It soi 2 hours and
10 minutes. Then ad la small half plat of salt,
and let It continue boillns minute lonzer, when
vou ad I half a eallon of lot water, and let It come
U a boll. Pour a small tumblerful of cold water
Into a tub or. box to wet it round the side, then
eiply tht soap In, to stand all nljbt, and cut
la hare la the morning.
Maieln the same way, with tbe exception ol
adding fifteen gallons of water ami no salt. AI;
vie RS.di's a irew tefre.
Mar. . dawCmo.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A gentleman who ruffered f.r year 1 from Nervous
DablUty, Prematara Decay, and all the effect of
youthful Indiscretion, will for the sake cl tufferlng
humanity, send free to all who need It, the reelpa
and directions for making the simple 'remedy by
which ho waa cured. Sofftrea wIahLnctrofitby
tha advertiser! experience, can do 10 by address
ing. In perfect confidence. JOHN B. 0(3 DEN, '
arjex. Ko, 1J Chamber St., New. York.
REDUCTION' IX IMtl
IIOST7rTKRs sroMlCII HITTKIt.
Man wjntj a To.xir n uueeiutaoa w.ui-
An f rtrjeir tn-i mccthtirimrjfrtha in. -.
tVhlch, after crtmulnx the sxUc w.iii e in'
The age discovers In ht nr.t the true one
01 such as thce let thrlr eonencuiri vannt
, " ' MIi t u
f , '
, m"a ,n ateri.e
I'll slnj the BITTERS that barecrcdit due ... -
which no'sklllei better
i D.jtoM wfrolitinirlor.rUfAreold Galan,
I And ilnte, exceolin; learned, grava and (age.
But the itouaehlcs ther were l-saod to fill In .
Susee.i came not until this later axe.
Now is the era tick folks are made bale in,
An 1 dread dyspepsia drlred from tbe ataue,
Axues, remittents, headaches real head splitter
VanLhllkernioVe before HOSTSTTBR-S IJ1TTF.R3
. Herbs, barka and roots oompose the rare iaraMnn -.
No mineral poison mars their Juices pare,
And Rj e"a mild essence holds them In mhst:n.
The taite is pleasant, the effect is saue.
Ne'er hate the Bitters yet proved a delation .
Try them In time. and health and streaxth secure,
Tiedrazon slajerficuresoB the label,
and tbsy, like him, tesar- tlssweak araaMe.
May II d.tww
DR. I1ICKNELL"S" SVItl'l' t
Alao Dfttmttrj, Utnukot, Ck-.ltrt VrA,, Sejwr
Cemeomt, Ptun or Croav l Mimmck er Bwtl, irk
mr Seer reaiec, Famt i' Ch 4e and a warranted
to cure or an pay. Is purely tenet able, witboat a
particle of opiate or narcotic. Hi hi) aroaaatie,
very pleasant to tbe taste, mild, bat ur in its
etleets, wcrma and itrenKtberw tha s)tem, acta
like a chain, aflurdlna; almost iaamediate
relief, and a rate ef the aitirlc will satiafy tbe
most incredulous of these lacU. t"ld t all dealers
In medicine. liease send for eirealir Try it.
Prepared only by KDWARD aim OX, P...idcnee,
R. I. I)F.M v
eral A.- M
V. w ..rk. Ilen-
llavcsav- 1 tu rc tl.an p
I' r tlct -ure n a .-'nr 15 C
all buinn.tr I, o 1 la.n's F .
Neuralsia A a ure a-' ' .
r iii 1 A e ji d
, I)', UT. r 1 h
eu tb i-
and Rheum' w. AU Urn sir
ORRIS .'KIN -B HO
I 1 r
Rl i a Puts a y
cLanfca t - a
we k- pre , . r
'e-t arl -.e r rei
market w rare y '
r tl -1
the a'r ea
ti.ea.es . 1 e - -a-i . .( T"
cure- ' 'v - at w'.l r.-1 -ta 1 '
. r urned.
t .- a
N . tl T
per. t Re-t rer a- 1 ' r - .1
irei.;ttii n for the hair containa Teala
Oil Id t) all I'iu.. -I-
l,eiIH IN a en.
Rl'ST. BBOS. A 1!IH1. RFED, t I Tt.i NKO,
Ai;en Lf, 1'oeUn, Max
ORRIV FK1NNKR 1 t-o...:e Proprtei-rs.
an 1 1 . 1 n 1 y. u f:t 11 .1 1 t
Curea K fdney Iisee
SMtll.lXIIEH'S EXTK.HT ItftKU
SMOLk.MIEIfS KXTKAtT lll'C'KI'
Cares Urlaaiy l-ees.
SMOI.VXDKIl'S FATIt 1CT IIUt'KI
s.MOLi.N IIHIl'S KXTIIVCT III CKI"
The BL& r Fluid Extras STCAtV ao beiore the
public, is . HOLayhER' For all diseases above,
and for irEJKyEiS and PJI.VMA rHKBJCK,
FEMJI.E COVPLJiyrS, and disorder, ariain;
from xVESE Of .S.VI A .). it i rfectly
lyVAUJAltt.E. For aale by 11 Ap. thecarios ev
erywhere. PfC O.VE DOLI. W. TH IT !
TAKE AO OrilllK
RcBLtisa .v l:Bas. Wholeeale Xnmtit. -a
Hanaver etreet. Ronton, (ieneral Axent"
HfV .ME AXD I'LL DO YOU Jtml."
DR. L.1.YGLK "S
ICoot and Ilorli Hillcr,
A STANDARD MEMCINB.-witaoat the poa
aibiitty ef a doubt the W.t remedy known
fir the follow in. and all kindred diaeaee. -Indigestion,
Coetiveeess. LIrer C. mplalnt,
ache. Heartburn, Dvspepeta, IHaaine. Scrotula,
Salt Rheum, Lanpior, Laaineaa. Debility. Jaundice.
FUtaleaey, llanaors, Fcal Stomach, 1c.
By tbe timely aaa of this medicine the Hot v
purll. Tbe .ppetite Is rejred. Theryareut ia
stren:thetiel. Tbe liter at latitorated. The
breath Is sweetened. The complexion is beautified.
ABd the aeneral health i leeaorwd.
A tatle Laxative. An agexeeable toaie. A
plendi I appttiler. A bl.dte. nt.nnlaot. A re
fiver of drooping spirit.
SoM by all Dealers in Medicine everywhere
PKIlllV's .MOTH AND FRECKLE I.O
T I O.N .-Chloasma, or Moth patch, (alao Uverspot,)
and LeatiKu, or Freckles, are often very annoy in:,
particularly to ladle of light complexion, lor the
discolored spots shew more plainly en the me of
a blonde than a brum tto , bat they greatly mar
the beautv "f either ; and any preparation that
will effectually remove them without ittniriacthe
texture or color of tbe aiin la te certainly a deeide
ratlm. Dr R. C. Perry . who ban aside dixescso
the akin a specialty, ha discovered a remedy fr
the-e diacoloratbrns. which if at oaee prompt. Infal
lible aad harmle .
Prepared only by LI. c. PERRY, larmalolosrilt.
No. IJ Howl Street, New York, and for aale by all
J rucJts; price ii per bottle. Call for
PERRY'S MOTH aad FRECK'.K LOTION.
Bold by all DcanKta ia ltMnrtow.
M ART 1 1.1
Would ) ou have dai k anl lastroata lock, aad Tie
With beaut)' iiueen, tbe cod.! of the sky '
Or Is your beaut) fading to decay,
YcurraTrn tres.e pawing tat aw
Or is ace drawing too untimely near'
Do silver) locks upen jour htai appear '
Then why ef ) cutbfnl beanty, why despair
When there's a balm for every silvery hair ;
Time' sorrows, fever' ravases it Mec
A sure restorer of those raiaaing trcs '
From her bright leks tbe Immortal name it - o
Of Hair Restorer 'Jlar.rin WafHnaUo f
Then hie to tbe Store Jutt across the war.
And get a buttle with the least delay.
Solp EvaarwiKRE. Price tt.ii
SIMONDS ACO Proprietors.
Fitawilliam N. II.
March IJ. warn
A X IX A UM RLE SI'RI XG .M EDICIN K
.1. XV. PolantIN
tl V .11 o R n O V T O II .
Tills excellent meliclr.al compo-nd was first pre
pared by Dr. P. ia 1st;, and was ilea employed
with great success In expelling humor from the
blood ; but In isia, a medical friend, who was unite
celebrated aa a pb)ician, especially In the treat
ment of hurmrs, suggested some ,'mpoitant im
provement, which were adopted, anl which have
made It (so the people say ) the very beat remedy
for all klnda if humors known to "the faculty."
This preparation Is composed wholly ofvegetables,
amonx which are Sarraperilla, Yellow Do k, Nob
Pine, Mandrakes, Senna. and Clvodrca.t. Suffice
to tav, the "Doctor" is u?ed In hundred of families
as a general medicine. Cnllke rcany other popu
lar remedies. It la very grateful to tha tafte.
Large sire bottles T5 cent". Prepared at the
New England Botanic Depot, Boston.
Arrtl Ji wtm.
ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS. A
celebrated physician ta) a "he wax amazed at the
great number cf beneficial Indications produced by
one of these Plaatert. Ue aJSrme that Xtadatkt la
eared by'cneworn Just below the breastbone, that
one placed over th. navel win eare hy.terle,.,
CURE OF VARICOSE VEINS.
Crrr Poi.tr, Va.,Jannaxr3t,ISC5.
T. lifiMCi To Seelnr TOOT notice
In the Po-
lice Gaiette, I got four of ) onr Poroas Plaaler
placed them on tne pans wnaro euo oi
. ,nj.ii than. twelve boa
..Ik., ..l'laaever. 1 could hardly beliereit.1
waa to well pleased. I watted ttf see If the lame-
nesa wonld come back on me er not, ta I out more
waning mat cay man aaa uuii. im m -"
next day 1 had tome pain ia my hip. but I put on a
plaster there and in two bout th palu was all
i.... r e.ie it itnea- e?ertalnlr-'ther are
the belt application far tbe relief and cure of palnj
la th Joint and back, and for varicose or etJarged
vein. 1 haTO ever knowa, and I weald not d with.
outlhaavon any acooaaLH 3 U r .
. JOaiaPH OATKWOOD.
I'KltKV DAVIS- ia IS KILLER.
Tbe areat public benefaction, wa are happy to
barn, la .t'll fa'.finiu it. mission cf relief, and al
lot Ijtlor in 'ii) of the ibouaano Ills thatneshis
belli. It, domain 1. the wile, wide world, and
wherever a Taakea haa .et bh) foot, mat be found
rfniaxi-f work. Its virtues hava been so thorou;h
ly tested, that It needs n lengthy reeammenda
I ion, toentitleit to the tmbHe confidence. It hi
I eaapbatieallva hAusehoId remedy, and If kept on
1 bant and used as oec akn may require, will save
ranch HnTcrlns, besides very sensibly diminbhir:
! the etpewea Sir medical attendance PrnHmtr,
; R. I. KteUf TVan. Sold by Drajnrlat..
April St. wlm.
IJIPOIITAST TO FB.VIALES THK
Ubrt- DR.. DO W continue-) to devote hla entl
tiatet.di trait neat ' tit dlscajas InsWaat to a
female system. An experience of twenty-thres
ars e 1 able) him te guirantee speedy and perma
neat relief ra the leerie ceeet tf 5,iimii',3 enl all
araer 3eatf naV )refcfr,,re iraofrcr caaee
All letters Bar ad rice smut coeUra (I OSce,
S. B- Bearlrtnla..d to theve who wish
raeaata ander treatment
Bos'oa). Jane at. Utaw ly
James II. (Vise,
ai 1 ,1 nm i
ma !ti:itoo)is :
t s:.ti i' 1. n v Mj.ic 1:,
Piauas-futtop o all lb t-ariaats styles, which, for
durability, P. m . am 4.iB, are Hasarpaseed hr
n 'ber muer aa-i aeliloe twenty per eeat
if.wer than an . ,.thcr firt elaia PImo.
Every utin ueat warranted tor See years.
Send for cara.-.za a'.d price list.
w:i:vi.s v. steii
i.iiK.ir .v.trio.v.iL ironic.
H!ti:i tll-lolSY (IF T1IK V.K.
i'.n ieie i-ione iarx, V.dome f over l.eeea paxes,
"pleodki.i Ilinatfated with over l'i Fine I'orl'ralta
'I dentrals. Battle ?eae. )lana, and llmanaaa.
in tbe jc.eeti' u ol matter tu thie areat work tbe
antiwar haconiied uiufwdr itrletly to aVraf rfaia
.lerired fr ot itie reu..rti of .Northern and aoeithera
I. eneraN. tb fef it of the Covaaaittee . n the eoa
ouet ot ihe nr. Nati m. I ana react Arehires,Ae.
He li. re'u:l av ided the iatro.laction of wy
matter t -tnet 1 iWie' and waIVm, aad haa aoe
. eeued in pr.i.luc:ni; what la uaiveraallr demanded
a i3'!i"V"''i ili-t ry of the War. The reat
auoeri nt) 1 ti.' w rk ..verall others it every
where aakB.1wle.1ued. It iamarked by adesreeos
tli.-r -B'iL' -s an-! .ci-urac) attempted by bo cea
tetuo. rary .
ii.'staMi;'! 'P.. r- ji. I luldiers, teichers, energetic
younxskei, ann a : iiiwantof printable emptor-nieot-
.hoald : at or.ee for eircslar?. and see
wby it eel la tatter an 1 .fives better satisfaction than
an) ..tier Il.-tir. puturheo. A11rew.JO.NtJi
BROTHERS A I'o. . 1 ph., nix Baltdla IAilon. (
r . . VTEI).-lJ)SiINC.'S Superbly Iduitrated ,
1 I HvHiiry vfibe VVar, 3 vole . (l paes each
Over .'.iiii tine cnra.n., Ides maps, diagrams,
Ac. ewatiat ".," Iniorsed by Oovcrsot of all '
the ataies, ieadinie t-aerals, prominent literary
men. and oilier-. Tr,. preaeataa protiuble and
pcroi-iuent Mvioes- to active, inteiucent men or
wticin, clerayaaen and others ANI'REIV BOYD,
General Ax nt Nee England States, s'. Wa-hln;-hi,
Bo-t. b, Ma
A HOOK I'Olt KVf.ItYltOI)Y.IIC.MIIL'i::
Y'oae-j:Laa. rad eectaoa Y'our Sister, who zeta
her fortane MM shosld read it.
Pr.ce .ent. free of pottage. s,m by all book
seller'. orderefereivealftrs aVoald have a Starr p enclosed
Photiraph Alrum at price from i to fs. Sent
by mail or express. F. MeWHOOD,
Bookbinder and I'm i her. 7i Maiden Laae, N. Y.
A I ABRlAtiE .VND CFXIB.VCY An ersay of
lij waralns; and laatraction for yoacmen. Al
so. Iieasea ana Abeuee which prematurely pros
trate the Hal power., wiUh rare mean ol relief,
gent free f caaarce. in sealed letter envelepes-Addre-s
Pr. J KILLIN llell'eiUTON, Howard
Anxtatirn, Philadelphia. Pa.
lVAXTF.O.-Ai.llNTS.Male aad Female, ia
M oeri town an 1 neibl othoul. to take orders
tor "Tbe Or eat Labor Savor"; a patent article that
erere family waata. Will aave ten times its ceet
5 early. Agents are maklas .". toi5 per day.
nl) 1 1 f 0 capital required Full particulars
of the bueincaasent to any addree on receipt of 6
cent lor ctreflalara and rttura Mta;e.
Addresa. R. YYfcLL. Box trt, Chieai.Ill.
11LOKS, Setds, au.1 FerUiiier- Coe'a Super
Paoaphatc of Liaaeat naaasiactsrer'a prices.
Joyce1 F.ee Pomp. Kimball's Ubeelrak. and
all kind of kvvinx toils, for sale hy WillTTE
MORE, BELTIIER, X CO., t A l so Market St.,
I Zll. CORI.
OF, Jiihii Street, N. Y.
Nanaaetarer of the
KXCKLslOK VK.NTIIa.TINvi IUCVIHIC,
oeikln; ltiiii;es ami Ilumbrr t'tisliiis.
g l vss iv are: glass, w-a r e :
itui'zi:! Ai Soii,l'hiIniIolphi.i
W iMli tho at at ,-i 1 DrntyiMt.t Ptrfumn and
rtri M'tin-Mf raar.rora lo our rine-fiBiahed
Itlasaware, .uperior in c dor, atvla aad finish, both
of beetle amt lip. Prtiew)ar attention gwento or
der ia j.r.iate m uMi
Bll.l.l It lis -Tlie un-leraisned are now pre
pared toI.:rni.h bil.lard Tables, with their
Improved patent fbi-hion-1 Iiew and second-band
Taiies conataaili on hand. tla., all articles on
aectcd wub lb buainesf..
KAVA.NAlili A DKCKER, .i-i Can .1 St. N.Y.
T II E II O W E
si: ir.vv ii.ichs.yi:$,
Uniivalied f-i Mii.ufa4.ruriBg elotfc or leather
AIM., the new HRnpV'D MACHINES, with the
lateet lecpreveBietit. f r Family Sewing and lixht
maaaiactBniig ; the n t P' ric, praaau, and
PIXMMKIt A WILDER,
eirweml N. K. Azent. v.. ISroomfield St., Boaton.
I I'llOI.sTERY notnis.
AVtuiltut shtiilc Fixture",
Ilolllllllls (Hid JbillCHS,
I, are ami Niittitigliam Lace ( iirlnlna,
Taaale tail CWtha. KrMase.ed loth. Picture Cords,
naav be found Wb.de-.e anl Retail at
CtiPP 4 PEAR'S,
s: Wn'MnztoB Street. Be.ton.
SPE.NCER'S PATENT FLOUR SIFTER
.1X1) sT It UN Kit.
For sifting all article" requiring a sieve.
statu jyit coi-ati RiaiiTs ros SALE.
It I one of
tbe most use
use ever offer
ed to tbe pub
lic. The Hour
is silted in one
ik.niiru, mberur.icesa illt. no Imllarut.ber roll-
en ta grind up tlie dirt , la made of Ln, very neat
aad eaay to keep elean It I the only sifter now
In use liit dir 8 1TI8 FACTION. Every SUter
Besureaai ak i r Spencer' Patent Tin Sitter
aad Strainer. tVbuleaafe trade tupplledou reason
abieterrta. Sample rent t" an,- addree i n receipt of il.
Factory. No. ' ' .Market Street, Pblladelphla.
M. E. SPENCtR.
i: 11? I i 1 .Hi 11 era I
. - ASD
Sic0ohast ZAnsecl Oil,
Constitute tbe atl cit, I arrett, and rrost durable
It has ajplvrdW xb s, awl will neither crack nor
,! t1. nd for Circular.
67 Water St., Boston.
iixi:v,;r.YOERiNE. and plain
C, HULL'S sojy.
3 i-aik Kotv, N'eu Y'otk.
Manufacturer of l"d ITercntttyle 8oap.
i'or sale by all ir era and Druggist la this place.
. 1- v.irD ..U.V kill WITH B.T. BAB-
iI FlTTSPureroncentrated Potaab.or Ready
up in cans or one, two, lorce, an, anu
, ttrclre twuniu. wHiioirmionun jluu uu i
twelve pound, with directions in tngntn ana uer
man.foVmaklngHard and Soft Soap. Oneponid
will make fifteen gallon 01 sort soap, .-ao iuneia
, reunlred Coninuier will find this tbe cheapest
fXsh li raarket it.T.BABBlTrtt,6J,.7,t
70, Tl and Tt Washington 8t. N. Y.
- - 1
..sif.V ALIER'S LIFEFOR THE IIAIK
, RVsarTORE liray Hair to li ORiarSAI,
-jn bTRESUTHEN an-1 PCOMOTE the
M5,'b yM,"rjiest Pbyairfana. lassura joo. Ladle
' "Jr.;.,.!.-, It Is ail yoa tequlre (
u . jjjne-Hatj. and at mr offic
Broadway, N. Y. SAR-4.U A- CHEV'A
IBc-. No. tin.
UEK, at- V.
.1 1. TOa,on hw Bm. C Goodwin A Co..
Weeki Potter, M. H. Barr Cc Carter WB-.
rowthortheweatei:nair-, stop lta lamus oa.
Seep tbe bead clean, cool and he.lthr I can be. used
rr'elvi c.nulntnothlnslnjarlou! U anparalleled
For nse against Jroths In CTothlns. Its advantages
Efficiency, Economy, Imparts sweet odor to the
Clothes and mro to last throngh twelve months.
The best thlrS. Every drusslst hat It. IIAT.RI3
& CITAPJIAN, Boetcn.
SEMINAL WEAKNESS, Ac-, can be cured by one
whohajreallycuredhimseirand hundreds of
others. Address with stamp, Eow. II- Taavta.
Lock Box, Boston, Mass.
'10 CONSUMPTIVES You will net the recipe
L for a sure cure for Coubs, Colds, Consumption
and all Ion complaints, by sendlnr to D. ADEE.
No. 3 Pearl St , Near York. He sends It free.
V. rite lor It. It haa cured thousauda.
DISABLED .MEN ATTEXTIOXWaated
one or two mea In Bnrllnxton and vicinity .who
baveloat an arm or leg, to eciraje in tbe llt and
proatarle business of aelllnz 11. Wadsworth'a Water
proof Arnica H-aline Platter. Sale rapM and
proatslarxe. Sample and all inform'tioo lent rr
cents. Addre.a A. F. BELCHER. Phltadelph la,
r-rEV ';. R,H.u'E,-, 41 co- kvaTisi.io
VJ A;a.aTa,SICo.aBaaeSr., Boaro.i.
Those who desire to avail themselves ofan adrer
!LD::;iK",'' V"" are very ettefent ln.tltu
tJopa in these days, wUI gnd tbatof tiso. P. Ro
Suii . ' m"'' the bestinttecBBlry. Itafa
-UmvmVro'" aaJ " is ""rely reliable.
NAVAL OFFICEIK. IXIIEAIxTtV.
OFFICERS f the Navy who lost eletbios by th.
destruction at inul.Airi... "i "
eeive blanks which will enable" them to preeure
eji rape os atit n tor same, by addreetinc S. B. A., B,,x
AM, Itetton, Maw. '
OH1? tih f Ap,,L lo a MCKOT-BOOK
contain ar a small r n - zzz
eaa have it by apply itz te
v.... v. ... LUKEWniTK
Eseex, L, May :tb. wifiwlt
ii.imsjji: tr onus.
'r,IE"vrib.r would respectfully announce t
iL pLee to' ;-Vt3,Vhl4 fnl,Jr ,b,t
IIcsl V:irk-ty olMIarhle.
rixi,Nioi.a rax rT aiTLE or ths aar i, at tb
turalihcd at short notice-a n-1 at reaaonakle rate.-.
itr r niis-v Psi
i Shop In Concert Hall under That. OtBce.
j Barlirjf.tM, May 3, ISK wai.
rrills lstoeertitythatlnave this day -iven my
J. son Peter Kryo bis time dunns the remainder
of his minority, 1 shall pny neeeof bl debts, nor
claim none of hla earnings after this date.
Pater X Lemare
Burliaston May .' w3w. mark
X K V I) It. V J ST ) HE.
In the Hi-insiuaitl IJuililins:,
Cllt KCH ST.. HURLIXGTOX VT.
m:.vh' u. .iTniTi:it,
would Inform bis friendi and the public that he
has jast opened the above stare where he wHl keep
FiiM Class DniiT .lleilicincs,
t'lieiiiiuls, Fancy Articles Ac.
Ills stock is new and Ma goods are fresh. Call
and examlBe them.
Particular attention p,U to PhrsMana' Prescrip
tions. April 25, KM. ,r.
A Prime article irelgblce over lawful weight, for
Sx. aale by
R. M. A. BARSTOW
March 'th. wlw
1'HILIXDER II. HRADLEY'S ESTATE
STATE OF VERMONT, II'IIE Honoranle th
Distract of Chittenden, ss. J. Probate Court, fr
thedetrkt of Chittenden
To all persons interested In the estate efPhelan
dre II. bradley, late ofChartotte ia said District,
Wncataa, said Court bath assigned the Mth day
of May next for the settlement of tha adminis
tration account of the Executors of tbe lait will
and testament er said deceased and ordered that
public notice thereof be givei to all persons iater
ested In said estate, hy publishing tbla, jrder three
weeas saceea-ivelv previous tu tbe day assigned. In
the Burlington Free Pres, printed in Bnrtingtan,
TnaaeroRr, you are hereby notified to appear at
the Probate Court rooms, la Burlington, on the
day assigned, then and tliere to contest the allow
ance of aald acci unt. If j on lee cause.
uiren under my haul thla It day or. May A.
WILDER L. BCRNAP. Regbter.
t:EORt;E PATRICK'S ESTATE
STATE OF VERMONT.
HE Hoconble the
.rnhate Court for tbe
District of Chittenden, ss. :
District or Chittenden.
T the heirs and ail persona intrre'ted In the es
tate of t.eorge Fatrtcklate of Hiceaburh deceased.
WnaREAa, application bathlcen made to this
Court ta writing, by tho Administrator of said
estate payiDgforlfcen.eandantborlty to sell tbe
real estate of said deceased for the payment of
deof, and charges ofadminlstration, and setting
tortb therein the amount of debt due from the
said decea-ed, the charges of administration, the
amount ol personal citalt, and the situation cf th
And Thereupon the said Court appola'edand as
signed tbe -"--th day or May IWo, at the Probate
Court Rooms, ia said District, to bear and decfe-e
upon said application and petilbn,and ordered that
public notice the reol be given to all persocs Intcres"
cd there n. by publ sbingsiid order, three weeks
successively. In tbe Burlington Free Press, a news
paper.whicn circulates in Hie neighborhood of tbn
persons Interested therein, all of wbleh pub
lication shall be previous to the day assigned for
olvca under ray hand, at tbe Probate Court
rooms, this 3d day or May, A. D.
WILDER. L. BURNAP, Register.
PI 1 1 NBAS WORT II EX'S ESTATE.
STATE OF VERMONT, To 'all person con
District ot Chittenden, is. eerned In the Estate l
Phineaa Worthen, late of Colchester. In- said Dla
At a Probate Court holden at Burllnxton, wltnln
atid for the District ol e blttenden, on tbe 7th dav
of Mar, A. D. 13GG, an Instrument, purporting
to le the Last Will and Testament of I'hmeas Vi or
then, late of Colcheter, In said district, deceasen.
waa presented to tbe Court aforesaid, lor Probate
And tt is ordered by said Court that the ttb dav of
June, A. 1. lo, at the Probate Com t Kuenu
in said Burlington, be assigned for proving sail
Instrument ; and that notice thereof be given to all
persona concerned, by publishing thla order three
week successively la tbe Burlington Free Presr. a
newspaper printed at said Burlington, previous to
tbe time appointed.
Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear be
fore said Court, at the time and place aforesaK,and
conbst the tirotiale of .aldiMU. if you have eau-e.
Given nnder my hand, this Tta day of May.
A. V. I "-a.
WILDER L. PCRNAP, Register.
CEO. EIICECOMUE'S ESTATE.
VT E,TnESU3SCi:IBERS. hailnglieen appolnt
VT ed by the Honorablo the Prooate Court for
the District of Chittenden, Covmlrstocen to re
ceive, examine and adjust Uie claims and demands
of all peraons, against tbe citato of George Edge
eombe,late of Butllngton.ln said district, represent
ed insolvent, and also all claims and demands ex
hibited in onset thereto i and six month from tbe
day of tbe date bereor, being allawed by said Court
for that purpose, we do therefore hereby tv no
tice, that wo will attend to the bualnea of our ap
pointment at the dwelling of widow tlraee r.dge
eombe la Burlington,inaid District, on the third
Tuesdays or July and October next, at 10 o'clock,
A. M., on each of said days.
Dated this Ath day of April, A. D ISC.
A. R. DUNCAN. 1
JOHN YAXSICKLIN'S ESTATE.
STATE OF VERMONT, iq'O all pertort
DiataiCTorcaTvriD. a. s.)L eooeeined lathe
Estate of John 'anlcklin late of South karliagtoa
In said District, deceased.
At a Probate Court nolJen at Burllagtou. wltnJn
and for tbe District cf Chittenden, on the S day of
April A. D. Ibttan lnalrumant. purportlxr lobe
the last Will and Testament, or John Vanslcklln
late of South Burlington la said DUtrict, deceaaed,
wa preteatcd to tbo Court aforesaid, for Probate,
and It 1 ordered by said Court that the 16th day
or May. A. D. ISMatthe Probate Court Rooms ia
Burlington, be assigned for proving said Instru
ment t and that notice thereof be jivea to alL per
son! concerned, by publishing this order thro
week raeceairaly In tbe Burlington Free Pre a
newspaper printed at said norUsgtsn, pravtoaxto
tie time appointed.
Taaaaruac. you are hereby- noticed to appear
before said Court, at tbe time and place afoieia.'d,s
and contest the probate ot aald will, Lt Ton hava
Given under my hand at Burlington la aaHi71
trict. thla 391B aar ot Apni, a. ia. lees.
BMBe auuaa u. sow, s
1 -f A