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THE BURLINGTON Vt. 3TREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 186G.
a train on the Vt. Valley Railroad had a
narrow carc in I'ntncy, the
White rounding a fharp curve it came nr?n
a hurnins bridsc, gave jr
The cn"ins and tender, with the WSfPSo
r-r lwd tlicchafm,
or aau uuc "r -1 r
overturned on one tmc ui
the track and the tender on the other, ana
the barjaRe car tiffed over on top or the
tender, f he trncfi. or lo V&
drorped through the hr.dSc and one car
rJcTcntircly me-r the elaSm wh.Ie the
remaned in tie. position lately occu
pied by the Lridsc. A Jne ot toe passengers
,r... .,? the cncinccr and fireman
i, ,'ir-htlv injured, although the cn
: , thrown froia his engine 25 feet
down an embankment.
.le Jlr. J- H. Fonytb and lady, on the
i'ourth. were crowing the bridge that spans
lie cemncciicui, near oaum cwijury, tuc
tornado that was then raging, r-truck it.
Tfie Crf t indication of their danger wad the
falling of timbers in front of their horec ;
hut ilr. Forsyth applied the lash to the
liorec. and by his leaping the fallen timbers
tliey fcuccccded in saving their lives, un
gaining the land, they looked lor the bridge,
but it was gone. On reaching the toll-gate
they found a stick of timber lvinz acrra tne
forward azletrcc of their carriago and drag
ging on the sround under the hind axlctrec.
The isaratog i hotels are less than ball fill
ed. Behind the (N. V.)
Weed Xcwark Courier.
The "Worcester Gazitte has information
"jon honor," tliat egg wcro cooked in the
tond at Went Jlovleton, Masa., lar-t Tuesday,
by the heat the sun.
Two young ladies, Miff Stone and Mi-s
Maddox, were drowned in the river at lircat
Fallc, J. II , while bathing. Mrs. Maddox,
in trying to rescue them, was ulro drowned.
A Boston correspondent of a Detroit jwper
asserts as a ie-itivc fact that the use of ar
dent spirits by ladies accupying the highest
position in society i becoming shamefully
A man was killed lately near Mobile,
whilo attempting to frighten some girls
in the guise of a siictre. Thev all ran
but one. who drew a rtioher and shot the
Marriageable young women are in great
demand out West. A Yankee writing from
that section to his father says: ''bupposc you
get our girls some new lieth and send them
Our contemporarii s all over New KngUnd
hac come to the conclusion that the hay
crop tliis year is guing tu be a cry fair one.
The weather of the !a.-t fortnight has
greatly improved its weighing qualities.
The Kiizabctlituwn X. Y., Post says a Mr.
Win. Storrs, caught a few uecks since, in
Lake Placid, in the Adirondack, a trout
weighing u little over 27 Is.. drc-sed.
This is uliout us big ae they grow.
In an old family Bible in Connecticut, the
record of a birth is cntirtd in tlii vise:
"FhzaK'th Jones, born on the 20th of
November, 17S5, Recording tu the best of
her recollection !
Mr. Henry Hoefonl of I'nulet, Vermont,
was attacked by a bull on Thursday ot last
week and very seriously il unt fatally in
jured. The animal stria k him under the
jaw with his horn, which aoH- out near the
eye. lie wavafc-o kce-ikxl (loan and train
Clt-n. Sherman seeuis to Lav, c very poor
opinion of (jsnaeta ; for mi a ncoit visit to
Sandusky, Ohio, the qnet-tiuii ui Canadian
annexation being discussed, he said : "We
don't want Canada, but if we should,
a camjnign of lite elayg wouW bring it."
Of tlst line of ancestors of (juceu Victo
ria, ten were born in Oeruuny, arid only
I ico, Iir father and grandfather, were bom
in KngUnd. Victoria continued the family
custom by marrying a German. Her son,
the 1'rincc of t ales, 1ms brisker:
tins custom by marrying a bUne.
IVEWS OF THE WEEK
Gabdlneb, .Mc, July 19.
An old man named Irving, about 75 years
old, luing in Scmerville, shot his wife who
was of about the same cge, dead on Tuesday
evening last, and then killeal himself. No
cause is known for the deed.
Nrw Orleans, July 18.
Gen. Sheridan has issued an order prohib
iting the organization of Confederate batter
iiti brigades, Ac, for any purjosc whatever.
Stw Yoke, July 19.
Thermometer at S A.M., stood 70 s
cloudy. The total number of cases of sun
stroke this summer is 25s, of which 135
There were 320dealh from all causes
New York, July 20.
Eleven cases of cholera awl six death
were reported in this city. anJ 4 in Brook
lyn. Dexter won the purse of $3000 yesterday
on the Fashion Course, beating Gen. Butler
and the Toronto Chief. Time : 2.24J, 2 19
and 2.22. Best time on record.
Nashville, Term., July 19.
In the House this morning, the Constitu
tional Amendment was ratifkel by a vote of
43 yeas against 13 nays, two uieuiliers refus
ing to answer to their nnuicw
Gov. Brownlow sent the following tele
graph to Washington :
Nasiivillk, Ti nn., July 19.
To Hon. K. M. Stanton. Sicy of War :
My compliments to the President We
have carried the Constitutional Amendment
in the House. Vote 43 to 11, two of Ins
tools refusing tu vote.
(Signed) W. G. UP.OWNLOW,
(iovcrnor of Tennessee.
Leavenworth, Kansas, disntchcs deny
the reports that peace has liccn made with
the Indians. The inhabitants on the liordcr
arc arming for protcctinn. The Indians
have given tho Overland stnge company six
days to remove their stock from the Ncw
montana or Powd er river route, and declare
war to the knife.
Not York, July 21.
The Eteamship Herman from Southampton
10th, has arrived.
The Great Eastern was safely anchored and
had finished coaling. The rest of the cable
was expected to arrive hourly The condi
tion of the cable on lioard is tcstcd night and
day, and improves daily since the immersion
under the water in the tanks, and is now
considered perfect. Splicing the main cable
on the shore end commences on the 11th.
All is going on well. The 1SC5 cable has
been teste-d and is as perfect as when laid.
Benedck has been relieved ol tho com
mand of the Austrian army.
The proportion of wounded in the late
battle i 8 Austrians to one Prussian.
The Monitor says negotiations between the
belligerents were progressing favorably.
There is no doubt an armistioa will be agreed
to on condition;.
It is rumored that tho French fquadron
lias been ordered to Vienna.
The Prussians have made Vjl rdubitz their
Prague has been abandoned nnd it is rx
Ticctcd that the Prussians will seize it.
The Italians have been severely beaten by
by the Austrians.
Bargofortc and Montctello had been re
pulsed five times.
La Palric says the reply of the King of
Prussia thanks Napoleon cordially, and says
ho will send instructions to the Prussian
minister without delay.
Italy has laid down as the condition of
her acceptance of the armistice the immedi
ate occupation by her forces of two fortresses
of tho Quadrilatiral.
The King concludes . '-I have sent a des
patch to Baron Grantz empowering him to
settle the conditions of an armistice which
can only be concluded in concert with the
King of Italy."
La France believes itself able to state that
the Derby Cabinet has strongly recommend
ed Italy to accept the mediation of the Emperor.
Washington', July 21.
The Paymaster General's Department has
negun tuc payment ot tuc three montlis'
pay proper to volunteer officers who were in
the service at the time ofthc capture of Lcc'e
lorccs.as provided lor by a recent actot uon-
The Etcamship City of Paris from Liver
pool 11th. has iosscu this paint.
No armistice has yet been declared. Nc-
The Italian papers state that Prussia has
declined an armistice.
Scmi-oEcial Vienna papers state that Xa-
polcon has taken fresh steps of an energetic
character to cllect an armistice and armed
mediation is announced at Prussian bead
Wasuincion, July 23.
The President has received despatches from
Nashville to the lollowinz effect in the
House, there were 54 present wncn the vote
upon tne proposed Constitutional Amend
mcnt was taken and 5G were required to
constitute a nuorum. lwo less therefore
than the Constitutional requisition were
present. The presiding officer of the House
peremptorily refuses to ccrtily that such a
resolution was passed hy the Legislature.
there being no quorum present. This pre
vents the Governor from duly attesting
it with the seal of the State.
New York, July 23.
Sr-ccnl dispatches from Washington say
the President addressed a colored delegation
from Louisiana on Saturday. He told them no
one endorsed their efforts lor education more
cordially than himself. He said that he was
the true friend of the black man.
Some of the Tennessee deU-'Uion intend
to claim their teats in the Iluuse of Itcpre
sentatives to-day .under the resolution adunt-
there is no doubt of the confirmation of
Stan-bury and ICandall as Attorney General
and Postmaster General. The Senate Postal
Committee has decided to report in favor ol
New York, July 23.
The number of confirmed cases of oholern
yesterday wrs 14. The ( pidciuic is increas
ing. On Hart's Island the avenge uumocr
of eases i from 20 to 30 daily, with the
proportion of from 10 to 15 per cent of
ilea tiis. There wore five new eases in Brook
Sr. Johns. N. 1". July 20.
The weather here is nil that ould be de
sired by friends of the Atlantic Cable enter
prise. Iler Majesty's ships. Niger and Leil
ly left for Hearts content this A. M. They
arc appointed to await the Great Kastcrn off
The people are apathetic about the cable
ami very lew are going to Heart Uontcnt
this year. The telegraph office was otencd
Niw Yobk, July 23.
A City of Mexico correspondent says:
The fourth of July was celebrated there by
.million.-, iiiriiciiHiea in uy .uagruaer ami
other ex-rebel officers. Magruder res juded
to the toast, " U. is. Army and Navy." The
memory of the late President was icoeircd
by all ex-rebels with re!)iect.
Haui-ax, July 23.
Tne steaiiwliip Ephesus from Norfolk, Va..
let inst., with a cargo of tohteco, cotton,
ic, for Liveriool, stranded on Sable Island
on the 0th int. The crew, 40 in number,
arrived at Halifax ye-stenUy, in the govern -ment
schooner Daring. Part oi the cargo
The latest account represent the steamer
WiiKEU.sc, Va., July 23.
The extensive flouring mills of 1). E. F.
Wcller A Co. was entirely destroyed by tire
A married woman named Brindtile was
liorriMy murdered on Saturday evening near
her residence by a German named Sukcnd.
She was stubbed six turns in the neck and
breast and died within 15 minutes after
receiving the wounds. The murderer is at
Nbw lows, July 21.
l'bc Mosoow Gazette of July 19th, con
tains the following highly imrtant an
Kus'ia does nut desire any change in the
present state of things in Europe. If Aus
tria and Prussia will render themseirea tools
of Franco, Itussia can no longer depend on
them as heretofore. Venctia without Home
would constitute no progress for Italy. The
submission of Austria to France is not ad
vantageous but dangerous to Kuroixan equi
librium. The supremacy of Prussia in
Northern Germany, narrows that of Kutsia
in the Baltic. Kussia's lovo of peace docs
not sanction efforts to attain supreme pow
ers. England's interest may male her seek
an alliance with France and Austria in the
Eastern question, but the dictatorship of
France in Italy and Germany, cannot meet
with her support.
A dispatch from Lemhurg, July 13th,
gays the Gazette ol this town unnouuees all
the soldiers on fuilough in Ilussiu called in,
and states that every day military trains
start from Warsaw to the frontier ol Silesia
and Galie-i.i. Buseian troops are marching
from Padolia to Bcsscnabia.
A Florence dispatch of July 13th says the
Count of Berlin has declareei to the Italian
Cabinet that an armistice on the basis of
eeseion of Venctia is inadmissable.
The Italian government in its reply is said
to have announced its resolution to continue
offensive ojx-ratiuns against the Austrian
Empire without relaxation in conformity
with engagcuieiils mutually t-nlered into by
Pruseia and Italy untill both these luweis
shall have obtained from Austria satistactory
terms for the conclusion ol iiuv.
The Prussians occupied Prague- on the Sili
garrisoning the place with S.tMIO tnxqu.
Vienna despatches state that the Austrian
forces in Vcnitia arc U'ing withdrawn from
before the Italians but the fortresses remain
strongly garrisoned for defense wittrjut sui
port from the army.
Ia trance ol the 12tii euis the attack ol
the Italians upon cnctj.i renders Prince
Napoleon's Mission lutiic and has been
France is rapidly arming her iron-clads to
lie sent to Venice.
The Emperor or Austria is making con
cessions to Hungary. He announces that
the conscription is suspended and calls upon
the Hungarians to volunteer.
Wasuixcto.v, July 24.
The House Committee on Territories, in
their report on Utah affairs, say the United
States laws arc defiantly violated ; that arm
ed Torce is necessary to preserve peace, but
they do not deem it desirable to divide tho
Territory and annex it to adjacent States and
Territories ; nor do they lavor a military
government, but propose to pestpone any
recommendations until ucccniucrnext.
Witnesses testified that hostilities to the
United States is taught by Brigam Young
and those faithful to him. Gen. Connor
believes tho leaders authorize and justify
A special order issued by Brigam Young
was put in evidence, directing that
SO teamsters belonging to General
Johnsons command should be mas
sacred. Fortunately the man dcsignated to
execute the older rcyoltcd at the attrocity
and placed the original order in the hands of
a federal officer.
Wasulnctj.v, July 21.
General Sheridan reports to the army head
quarters, that detachments of French troops
are still landing at Vera Cruz. He says that
bis observations convince him that Napoleon
is not sincere in the promise to evacuate
Letters from the City of Mexico, contain
intelligence that Maximillian has signed a
treaty with the Frcncn minister, with the
iollowiog provision :
Seven thousand French troops will remain
in Mexico under Maximillian's service. The
Mexican flag is to support them for five
years. France will furnish besides to the
Maximillian government 500,000 every
month lor five years to meet Maximillian's
civil expenses. Maximillian U to givo aa
security fcr the money thus advanced and
other claims, tbo railroad from Vers Cruz to
Mexico. Maximillian's revenues are to be
collected by French officer.
Nrw Yobk, July 25.
The cholera lias somewhat abated, only
four cases were officially reported in the city
yesterday and six in Brooklyn. On the Island
it was no less scarce, three deaths have oc
curred and a large number of troops arc sick
General Sherman was enthusiastically re
ceivcu at .Montreal vestcrdav. lie made
short and enthusiastic speech to the military
ana tne committee of citizens.
In the Canadian Parlimcnt yesterday, Mr,
McDonald attacked the Government for cx-
trava gancc in volunteer arrangements. The
Attorney General replied the Fenians would
maKe another attacic.
New Orleans, July 21. )
An immense mectins of the democracy
was held here to-night and ratified the nom
inations of the State Committee. Bcsolu-
tions were adopted denrccatins the motives
of the Convcntionists of 1K0I, that it is the
duty of the law officers of the State to take
sucti measures as the occasion demand to
save Louisiana from anarchy which threat
ens her because of the reckless misconduct
of unworthv citizens and pretended intriots
mat Louisiana pledges hcrsclt to honest
support or Johnson's jwlicy and Hilly en
dorsing the Philadelphia Convention. The
speeches were very severe on the radicals,
secession was denounced and emancipation
oi slavery lully accepted.
Some lew cases of sickness, believed to he
cholera arc reported among the trous re
cently arrived, but they were removed from
Fo etc ess Momioe, July 23
The L. S. steam tus General Geneva re
turned yesterday afternoon from the scene of
the disturbance on tl.c eastern shore of ir-
ii ia near Dcmmanstown, between the in-
tauitants and nesrots. The trouble origin
ated in a lund of white men hunting down
some ne-groos for the purjosc of searching for
one named Church, who a few days previous
nan attempted tu cut ttic throat ot a white
man. Ihe negroes were rohlicd ol their
arms and luuney, when they made complaint
to the ewil authorities, who issued warrants
for their arrest.
Tlie 14th inst. was set apart fur the hcar-
ngof the ease at a vilbec named Wood'tock
On that daj' alkiut one hundred well armed
white turn assembled, swearing they would
II every negro who attempted to te-tify
and threatening the macitrate. Mr.
Dix. with violence if the proecodinK-i
were continued. The magistrate seeing tho
state of affairs, endorsed upon the warrants
of arres. the iniiio-ibility of conductim:
the trial under such cireum-lanees ami in
fanned Majir French, ngent of the Frerd-
iiien m llareau, or his action. IheUtte-r
officer advise-d to negroes to quietly
return to their Houses, and while
thev were doing mi, thev were-again XMauIt
cd and puisiied by the armed whites until
they reached phces of safety. Upon the
arrival of the troops, the white men dispers
ed in every direction, and not otic ot tliem
ooulil I luund alter n inost rigid search.
VasuiMiTO.v, Jnly '25.
I be fccnate ha" voted down a motion not
to adjourn until Monday by a otc of lo veas
to 25 iirx, so adjournnu-nt on Saturday may
tie rounu.il on.
llrnLixoTON llisiiiKs CoLLEOE. Thisinstitu
tion u deaignel to impart to young men a tound
ratii eai butinta e-drtcation which ahall tit
them for active duty in any department of busl-
neae. The College Monthly with all infcrmation
may be obtained by aJJresaing Br) an St ration
and Hoyt, ltarlinglon Vt.
Burlington Sept. 1.1866 wlf
Thousands who leave tested Dr. Dickxeu.'
SvEir, tar Dyieatery, Diarrbca. Cholera Mor
bus, l'ain or Cnnp in Stomach or llowet?,
unite in their testimony that there n nothing
rqual to it. Safe and rare tor young or old.
Try it and yoar report will be likewise.
Cambridge Cuttle vfarhet.
Wanawrur, Jalr AM.
Amount of Lire Stock at Jiarket.
Cattle. Sbeep X UmW. bwine
Tl.iswect, 9tt S037 ISSu
From Vermcnt, ISu 2577 ....
Prices ofMarket Beef-eitra 14 s U M.
First quality 1J oust) 13 M.
SoeotM quality, 12 oo u M.
Third quality, lee II wu.
Worsiuc Oxen tpalrl.VJ, idocem.
Milch Cows and Calves, , TS 125.
Two years old. 4S eV So.
Three years old, J65 19 75.
I'rkM of Sbeep and Lamht la lots II to. I 7S.
3 oo ST 3 7i each ; extra 4 ou S lot, or fruaa 4i
S Sir t H.
Spring Latal 13 to 5 OH.
VmI Calves 3 ua m 10 uo.
Tallow o yc p
Pelts 60 m 75c each.
CairSUnt Se V B.
little The supply of Cattle waa larger by aboat
no bead than last week. There were ill head of
Western, about one half of wbieh were brought in
by Daehelder A Co. and the hataaee wereelrlren
over from Drlghton; tbey nereef good quality.
Sheep and Lambs -The market tor bneep this
morning was better tban tweek. Pricee about
Ic lb higher, or about the same as two weeks
ago ; quality about the same. The supply ot Sheep
and Lambs continues good; there was UWbead
Wedsmdat, Jul) :
FLOLT. Tlis market has tecn exceetlinly dull
througiiout the week, and prices of all grades have
declined, and tend downward. The Foreign advices
are unfavorable , or an export demand, and ac
counts from the West indicate that the Wheat crop
is ti ing secured in the finest condition, audufvery
superior quality. vwtern uirfine 25 f " :. ,
eiKumt n extras at 7., & lo so, up to for choice
bakers' brands, lla7 ,J foruediumextras ami
jr.' II tor good and choice brands. The trade
are purchasing only in small lots. In anticipation
of increased supplies at an early day. We quido
sales ofguod and choice extras at 1 13 S 7 f IM,
the Utter price fr faronte brands. Corn Meal is
selling at 15 IS 3 for good shipping brands Kyc
FUurf? j. ttM
(iltAl.N I'urn, Southern and Western )ellow
1 te I 10; and Western mlis-l at 9J it !Ce closing
dull from iu ti vie fur good inne-l Oats 8t,xOo
for Canada; on SS Tuc f bushel fur oommen and
fair Western. White lans common and cood bluo
pod $1 .10 tc J . marmw 2 5n St t 75; and extra pea
at 1 1 e 1 50 p cuslicl, as to quality. Kyc 1 1 ill
I :i t bushel Shorts USi : Fine See.1 1 ii
30; and middlings ati C 35 ton.
l'RO lSllS. Pork remains the same, with a
steady demand and a light suck, f i7 (Si u7 .VI for
prime , t'U 60 0 !5ii l.r mess ; and f-Aittur
clear, cash, licef firm, tales at 7i for
mesa ; 'ti Eb M 5o l.ir extra mess ; and a for
for family extra, cash. Lard 21) ricin bbls.
and tierces, tiuoks-1 Hams IV 0 21c (Mb, as to
quality, flutter ranges from 39 tfr 4 ie P-r good unrl
choice New York and Vermont dairies, and 352.1lc
for common. Cheese 10 rr fsrraers' dairies,
and I- ee I9c p By for factory.
WOOL. The market lor Domestic Wool has be
come quiti dull and priees of Fleece bare eased oM
-'j a io t It. The rales have l-een 450,10 tbs at
from 55 tt Tiio for lleece, and 31 SS 7iw for low No. I
up to Tile for extra pullfd, the latter price an out
In Burlington, July Jtth, by Rev. L. II. Elliot,
of WlnooskC Alexander F. Setun.or New York city,
to Sarah Walker, of Burlington.
In Erownsvllle, Pa., Tuesday, July ITthbyltev.
Jos. II. Stevenson, llr-iar GcrCATLia of this city
to H.atAnr Clarke, only daughter of the late Wm.
II. Clarte Esq. , of the fanner place.
In Danbrldge, East Tennessee, Juno 25th. by the
Rev. Dr. Aiken. Edwin R. Hall, late Capt. U. S. A.
formerly of bbelburn Vt. to Miss Nellie S. second
daughter of llaj. Wm.W. Dean of the former place.
In Wlnooski, on the 19th Inst. Aureaisia, wife of
J. W. Wcavek, aged C9 rears and 3 months.
In Fairfax. June lOthSarah L. wife of nenry M.
Rogers, aged 21 years.
In Jericho, on the 13th init, Arthur Dostwlck,
in tho tnth year ol his age.
Dennington paper please publish.
In WHlIston, of dlptheria, after an Illness of five
days, Ellen Slaughter of Harry and Susan Sutton,
aged 16 J firs.
WORKS OF NATURE. In a state of
health the Intestinal canal may be compared
to a river whose waters flow over the ad
joining land, through the channel or art has made,
and Improve their qualities ; to long so It runs on
smoothly the channels are kept pare ind healthy 5
If the coarse of the river Is stopped, then the water
In tha canals Is no longer pure, but soon becomes
stagnant. There la but one law of circulation la
nature. When there Is a superabundance of hu
moral fluid In the Intestinal tubes, and eostlveness
takes place, it flows back into the blood vessels,
and Infiltrates itself into the circulation. To esta
blish the free eourrecrthe river, we must remove
the obstructions which st5p Its free course, and
those or its tributary streams. With the body, fol
low the samo principle remove the obstructions
iron the bowels with DRANDRETH'3 PILLS,
which never injure, bnt are always -effectual Tor
the perfect cleansing ot tho system from foulness or
disease. Remember, never lata drop ot Moid to
be taken from you. Evacuate the humoraaa often
and as long aa they are deranged, or as long aa you
Bee that B. BEANDnETH la In white letters In
the Government stamp.
Sold by all Droggiiti. Julyl,dwlm
SPIKE TJ1E GUNS!
of llumluj. Importers are In the field with deadly
hair dj ef , din;eron to Leal th and utterly detnie
tl ve to the Lair. Do cot lubmit to hai e your head
llaptized with Liquid Fire!
when tuatoolins veetiUe preparation,
CPISTADORO'.S HAllt DYE,
will, In fire mlcutss, Impart any deitred 1I11J0
from I;ht Irown to Jet Hack without injuring the
fibres, itilcin: the Un, or ucltonlng the ijitein
through the pores. Ilewars cflhe deleterlomjive !
Manufactured by J. CIUSTAI OItO, 6 Attor House,
New York. Sold by Drurguti. Applied by all
:t I) I c
The Great Family Mtdieine of the Age!
fala Killer taken Internally, should 1 mixed with
milk and water, and sweetened with sugar, or undo
Into a sirup with moliffcr. For a cougb, a few
drops on snzar, eaten, will be more cffcctiTo tban
anything else. Forsore throat, gaiglo the throat
with amlituro of Tain Killer and water, and the
reliel Is Immediate and cure positive,
It should not bo forgotten that tho 1'atn Killer Is
eciuallvas good to take internally a) to use exter
Dr. Scctt, the proprietor aul editor ot the Leban
on Star, a iiroisinent physician, and State legisla
tor, says :
Psrrr Paris' I'ain Killer, the old and well
known remedy, which has acquire! a worldwilo
re-nown wr me euro ci suQaen colas, couzns. cel.
weaK siomacn, general debility, nursing sore,
mouth, cankered mouth or throat, liver complaint
drsucujia. cranio and nain In the itoniicb. bowel
oomplaint, paiuters colic, Asiatic, Cholera, dfar-
mea ana uyseniery, nas lost none Ol lis gooo name
by revtated trial : but continue to occupy a pro
minent position in every lainuy.
A MODERN .'MIRACLE!
From o Id and ) oung, from rich and poor, from
high-born and lowly, court tLo Universal Voice of
Hull's Vegetable Sicilian Iittir Ri licue-r.
It is a ierfect and miraculous article. Cures
baldceas. Miles hair grow. A letter Cresting
tban any " oil" ' pomatum." Softens lrash. dry
and wiry hair into Beautiful Silken Trews Cut,
abovo all, the great wonder is the rapidity with
hich it restore liner Hair th its Orioi.-ial
Use it a few tiu.es, and Presto, Change ' the
bitsat and wort Ice-king hair resumes its youths
ful beauty. It does nut dye the hair, but strike
at the root and tills It with neu life and coloring
It will Bet Ukea lng disagrtcabletrial to prove
the truth of this nutter. The list application will
dosnxxltyuu will h tkeiHlereleefer returning
everyday, and before )ou knew it, the old, gray,
ditaolored appearance ef Ihe hair will l-e gone,
Kivitigplaee to losirowf, shining and lieactlful
Ask for Hall's Sicilian Hals Feneosr; noetarr
article Is at all like It in tit. You will find it
cheap to bay, plcasaiit to try, and sure lodntou
There are unny hnita tions. Be surejeu prwurs
the cenui&e, manufactured only by
R. P. HALL 1 CO., Nashua, N. II.
F or sate by all druggists. wialeow
MAKE VOl'R OWN Ms.ll'!
Hy Sailn-ami Fslng jour wn-te Creaf.
Bu) one Box of the Penn'a Salt ManutacturingCo.'s
(Patents of lt and th. Pel., 1SS9.)
O ."V C 1 1 N T It A T K I ) i,i:
It w'll makt li POU.NIli ,.f excellent Hard .Soap,
orlWiALLONS of tbs very beH Soft Soap, for
caly at-oat 35 CKNT3 Directions ee ea:h Ui
Far sale at all Dro; and Grocery Storen.-
Pat oao . ox .if Stpoailcr into three gallons vt
water, (knock off the end, and ltt the box boil until!
it emptit; itself, then Uke out the box.) add fear
a ad a balf poeadt of tat, and let It mml i hoars and
lo mlaatat. Then add a- small half put of salt,
aid let it continue boiling tntautes longer, wbsa
too add half a celloo of kmt water, and let it some
to a boil. Pour a small tauabl-rful of cold watir
Into a tab or box to wet It round the filet, then
empty the soap in . to stand all night, and cut It
la bars ia the morning.
Mads in the same way, with ihe exception ol
adding 5 (teen gallons of water and ao salt. All
yu nndh an iron IrtUe,
AX KITGITP VI. WORM MKIIICINK
Or Worm Lntengee. Much siekaeat, mideatXedly,
with ehlldren and adaltt, attritiated te other eaua-
cs. it occasioned by tortus. The"VcaviriroeCoif
","althcugb effectual in destroying worms, can
do no puStil le in jury te the meet delicate child.
Tli is raoable c- m'uinatiun b-u been MOCesefuUy
'eu oy nnysleian. and found to be safe and tare
in eradicating worms, "t, burtrui to ohiMreB.
('IIII.IIREX HtVIXO WORMS require
immediate attention, at (atgleet ot the treoHe often
usees prolonged sickness.
SVPTOMS t)P WORMM.Vrilll.lJlIKX
are oftoa i.terloeked. Worn.' in the atomaak and
bowrlt cause irritation, nhich can be rrmored only
by the Bsc of a sure ien.iy. The combination ot
ingrrdleeU used in matiar Hnmm't "IVrmivj.
ComIn" is such at to give the boat poatiMe effect
CURTIS t BROWN, Proprietors, New York.
Sold by all Dealuft in Hodhlne., at SS eU. a hot.
Mj in. I-4K dawlr.
int. r.ii KNKi.t.'s syrpp:
Al- ; ..errt, Diarrmoea, Cvarra Mara,, 5Mimfr
CoM?lnt, I'stn mi Croeu in Stmrnmtkmr Biicet, Ski
or Sour aremoct, 'aiarsr'i Cec n- nod it warranted
to care or no my. Is purely vegetable, without a
particle of opiate or narcotic. Ill.hly arusuatie,
very pleasait to the late, mild, but tare la its
eVestt, war-as :ia-l st'eajJiaus ihs sytirm, sets
like a charm, affording almost Immediate
relief, and a ta't of the article will satisfy the
moat rertuhius'of theae facts. Sold by all detl-r'
In medicine. Please send for circular. Tr t,
Prepare.1 only by KUWARD SUT10S, P. idem-..
R. I. DEM 8 BARNES i CO , of New York, ficn-
May S dawCui
STII I) OA R !!
VHOSjV.R.I SlTAUriV :
A cure rrereutue and cure fur
c 11 o L 1: k a ,
Cholera .1Inrliu, Diarrhoea, l)yciirry.
Sumuier Coinpliiiiits, Pain in the
Stomarli nml IloiveN, Vr.
Its action is immnliate and eiueacloufnd has '-een
used by; thousands since the Cholera beason
Hi. Phjsiciansusend recommend it. All ad
mit It to be the Rest Compound known for tLe
Complaints fur ehlch It t designed.
STODDARD .t BURTON, Proprietors, Troy, N.Y,
For tale hy all Druggists and Dealers in Mc.l
April 18 dawCm.
The su)ierst!tions of antiquity are only "food lor
laughtct" at tho present day ; j et this Is an ago ol
accomplished with the aid of science. For example
grey, sandy or red hair Is
'.CHANGED IN A MOMENT.
to the richest conceivable black or lirow l.r .
simple application of
Crisladoro's Hair Dye.
Minutactared by J . CUISTADORO, 6 Astor House,
New York. Bold by Druggists. Applied by all
Jane 2d diwltu.
itch: itch: itch:
Scratch ! .Scratch ! Scratch '
WILL CURE THE ITCH IN HOURS.
Also cure Salt Rnrca, CLcrns, CniULAiat. and
all Eacrnoas or tbi Sua, Price so cents. For
tale by all druggists.
By tending CO cents to WEEKS A POTTER, Geo.
Agrntr, 170 Washington street, Boston, It wlU be
forwarded by mall, bee of pottage, to any address U
the United States.
Oct. 25, 1665-dawlvr
BATCH ELOR'S II A I It, D YE
THE BEST IN THE.WORLD. Harmlest,Irelia
ble, Instantaneous, the only perfect dye No dis
appointment, no ridiculous tints, true to nature
black or brown. Gtnuint it tijrud iritliam A.
Bxtckilor. Also, Regenerated extract cX aallleJeur
preserves and beautifies the hair, preservti bald
ness. Sold by all drnjrgUU factory 81 Barcelay
EVER Y W O ill A IV
ii the Jjfiiul
Should r ear ndrtrcin.ter tLeie Imicitsnt
nr. n 1I) S .!! I 'LIU,
AND INVIGOU AT OH.
Among Mtdicintf, it h iraa Ef si l'riel !
Leucorrhea (or Whites), Amenorrhea (sappres'
ston), Amenorrbaa (flowing). Dysmenorrhea (pain
ful menstruation). Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, drag
ging down sensations, Iom of strength, mental de
predion, constipated bowls, sleeplessness, IrrllaMb
Uy. and the Innumerable symptoms of low vital!.
tr and dislurbed circulation are eio-cl by this ex-
tradinary medicine. Out tn'pmmful la water is
worth more as an Ini-icor.iiNy Tome, than any
amount of Alcchollc Pilfers, which are alwais at
tended by re-action and depresiion.
I) It. DODO'S Ni:itviNi:
equalises the circulation of the Xenons Fluid, pro
motes tho free circulations of the blood aids dl-
:estitn. cures costireness, regulates the bowels
and restores tho vital organs to their natural ac
tivity. ( rsnlains xo Oril'M or other prisonous
dru, and as an Invigorator will make strong and
healthy the wealest system.
No woman should despair of arfct restoration
t health until sbo ha-t thoroughly tried Dodd'i
Ncrtinc. All druggists sell it. Prre, il.uo.
II. 11. STORE R A CO., Proprietors,
73 Fulton Street, New York.
June ?.M wlir
IMPORTANT TO t'KMAI.O' THE
elebrated DR. DOW continues to devote bis entt
timet tha treit aiaeo.' a.l diseases ineident tu a
female ststeui. An expeinnce of twenty.throi.
ears en abtes blui to guarantee speedy and perma
ne-ni relief in the wrf ewrs f Suffi an al
tikrr Xtnttrual tltrantntnttfrmm wkattrtr et.
AH letters for advice toast contain fl. Office.
9 Endieott street. Batten.
U. Hoard furnished
tu the who with
remain under treatment.
Bus'on. June H. Is5.
IMPROVEMENT IX litis 1'INTK V.
Dr.J M.Comergs. the wide-awake and enterprvs-
tn Dentist of MoBtpelier.bat recently in trod need
several improvement ia Dentirtry , an important
un beInK in robber ork. llltherb- iul lr plates
f..r rtifi:lal teeth base been of an objectionable
culvr, the deep red making them too rr-nspiravas
whenin the least expeenl te 'slht. Thbi vljertinn
tir. Comeus hat oTeteeme, having in ue
cuvery wheieby the rubber it gitea a nosh dr,
the dilrkrenee between that and the nataral gums
being dlfSeult to discover, bile at the tame time
strength it added by the process ol coloring. An
other improvement, it the discarding t-f alrrhain-
bers In the i4ate:, wbieh are tare to evtetaally
cause ntalforn.atlan of the roof of the mouth, and
the attainment of the object f air efcaiubers
through a far preferable method. Person deeiring
Iiental aid will find Dr. Coreeg 9 the ritht man to
patronize, his work being No. I. ant hit prices very
reawnaUe. Mtntitlirr Jieai
Woald you have dalk and lattront bxs. and vie
With beaatyt queen, the goddese of the tky
Or is yoar beauty fading U decay.
Year ravea tresses parrta fast awa) '
Or ia aa drawing too untimely near '
Da atlvery locks upon yoar kwad appear .'
Thea why of youthful beauty, wbi dypair
When there's a balm for every .liver, hair ;
Tfme't sorrows, fever's ravage .t Mc-cj -A
tare restorer of these mtftisg tresses '
From her bright Ircka the Immortal name it woa
Of Ualr Restorer -"MaaraA iiaoi !"
Then hi to tho Store Jast actota the way,
And got a bottle with tho least delay.
Sold Kvranraaaa. Prica l.ise
I'oot anil Hrrh Hitlers,
A STANDARD IE!IClNE.-wllht ut the pus
tibility of a donbt the best remedy kni wn
for the following and all kindred di-eases Indi
gestion, Costiveneat, Liver Complaint, Piles. Head
che, lleaitbam, Dspepsia, Dizitnrss. Scr-.tula.
bait Rheum, Languor, lasiness.lie'.tlitv . Jauo-iicc.
Flatnleac) , Humors, Foal Stomach, a c.
By the timely userf this midicine the bbx-d it
purified. The appetite Is resti-rt-!. The s stem i
stroagthened. The liver it invigi-rated. The
breath sweetened. The eompleau-a is beaatified.
And the general health it restore-L
A gentle laxative. An agreeable tonic A
splendid appetiser. A harmless stima'.aat. A re
viser of drooping spirits
Sold by all Dealers la !ed.e:ne rer v. here.
VA MIA HI.E.SPRIXC: .M KIMCI E.
.1. xv. roi.iiiii-s
11 fi . u o 1: i o r t o i: .
This excellent medicinal compound was first prt
itred bi Dr. P. in 117, and hmi tbvn enploted
with great sacee-s In expelling bumurs from the
blood ; but in lairi, a medical frieu 1, wb. was quite
celebrated as a physician, ewially ia the treat
meat of huiors, taiegested s.-me important im
proveaiects. which were adopted, and which hale
made It (so tle eople say.) the very beet remedt
for all kinds of humors known to ''the faculty.'
Thit jiteparatbin is cou)io,ed wholly of vegetables
among which are Sarsaparilla. Yr l w Ibk, Ni-b
P inc. Mardiaies, liiia.srd I !. SuJH
o say, the "Doctor" is used in Lun..rf dsol lauillea
as a general medicine. Unlike many other popu
lar remedies, it is very grateful b the t i.-te
Large site bottles 75 cenla. Prepared at Ike
New England Botanic iKpot, B-stf-n.
Have savcl m"re th m per- n-frum -'atli,
f-r tl.ey cure in a -i-ln -tay CT U ra. Dy,er.tery,
all Sumuier Ci-mpU.nl-. Fcyt r .nd Ague, and
Ncurstgia Al- -. a sure cure 1 r 1' i-'luru. l",-u;h
and Rhemulim. All r-rur-"ts ! iVm
ORRIN ShlNM'R 4 fo. Pr prl, 1. r
Root's PisiAcni!iEpreervcs the ife of the ilair
changes it fnm gray fj lit er nai -. lur In three
weeks ; preventing the hair from railing, ts the
lest article ror dressing the l.air ever round lu
market ; will surely remove dandruff and cure all
diseases or the scalps Is delightfully perfumed,
cures baldness and will not ita n theikln; it is a
perfect Restorer and DretslngC--mr incd. Noothcr
preparation ror the hair contains Pestachio Nut
Oil. Sold by all Druggists. G. C. GOODWIN'iCO.
RUST, BROS. A BIRD. REED, CUTLER CO,
Agents, Boston, Mass., and J.W. 1:0 BY, Eurllus
toru ORRIN th INNER i CO.fcolo rreprietnrs.
WHY WILL. YOU Sl'ri'KRI
The remedy Is within reach or all. SmatmJir't
Compound Fluid Extract oBurkv, will euro you or
all KUney JHtroitt, Rktumatum, Gout-, Grattl,
D and Cknnk Genorrktto and will renew and
restore your exhausted and failing energies. I
you bare l-een a too eager rerury epfroaare noth
ing will do you 10 much good u Sn oland rr't Ex
tract Bucku. For many diseases Irelfient to females,
Smolander't Bucka Is a sure and sovereign remedy.
Gel tkt pnni. Prict tnlf Ont Dollar,
SoldbyA.C.Srran k Co., J. W. Roar, and
URLEI GH t ROGERS, Boston, General Agents.
ASK FOR SMOLANDER-S BUCHU.
IM PORTA NT TO FEMALES.
,. . . j 1
The celebrated DR. DOW contlnuei to devote hit I
entire time to the treatment otall diseases Ineident
,,. ,v .., , . ...
tothe lemale system. An experience or twenty ,
three years enables him to guarantee speedy and j
permanent reller In the vont cam of Suprrmicn
and allolkiT Mtmtrunl Vtranammli, from wAalrtrr
eauit. All letters for advice must contain $1. Office
No. 9 Endieott street, Boston.
N. B. Board ruralahod to thoso who wish to re
main under treatment-
Bostos, Jane 22, iw& dJtawlyr.
WONT USE AW OTHER.
The last ant tha best the right article finally
I everybody likes It j Is purely vegetable ; restore
grey hair In four weeks, or money refunded. It
will do It every time. Three applications will cn
all humors or tho scalp. Ask for WEBSTER'
rEGETJBLEUMll WOOR J OK,and don't Use
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DESPAIR NOT, FOR RELIEF I
AT 1 1 AND.
Consumption, even In Its most advanced stages.
can be cured ; as thousands who have teen saved
by King's Prepared Prescriptions, can testify.
"Tour Prescription saved my daughter's li.'c,
and has saved me hundreds of dollars." Rev. E.
liinrnssrs, Kemscn, N. V.
'We bless God for the benefit we have rccelve-l
from your Frepared Prescription." Rev. P. raaic-
Bixr, Blossburg, Peon.
'Every one to whom 1 hare recommended It was
bencfi ted much by lta use." Ttev. C. D. Joss,
Racine, Wis. Sec advertisement.
A. N. Wiluavs, Tarkersburg Va., one ot the
oldest mcst respectable and reliable Druggists of
Western Virginia, writes :
'I can say cf Perry Davis Pain Killer, what I
eocld not say or many of themedldnescr theday
In my trade It is a leading article. I sell largely of
It, and It gives entire satisfaction to all. I would
on no account be without it."
Jon Parkixs, Druggist at Athena, Ohio writes
"I sell considerable of DavtV Pain Killer la this
place, and it fs well liked and highly commended
by all w bo use it-"
liao. IWiLLiaxs, Drug-gist at HncMngport, 0
'Ferry Davis' Pain Killer it quite generally used
b the Inhabitants of our town, arsd it much ex
trlloL -Itbink It the best medleinol have for the
uses for which it is recommended."
May 55 -wlm.
IIAMS VEfiirrAltl.E SICILIAN THA
has proved itself to l-e the most perfect preparation
fcr the hair ever offered to the public.
etretable compound, and ctains no in
urioui properties whatever
It will restore Gray Hair to its original coler.
It wlU keep the hair f.m falling oat.
It cleanses the scalp and makes the hair suit
lustrous and silken.
It ia a splendid hair dressing.
No i-erjon, old or young, should fail tu at , t
It is recommended and used by the First Medl
nrAik for Hall'. Vegetable Sicilian Hair Re
newer, and take no other.
R. P. HAI.L.kCO.
Nashua. N, II. Pro pi t-is.
For tule by ail druggKt.
Vcarolalile S'ain ltillcr.
Taken Isternally, cures sudden Colds, Coagha,
etc , Weak Stemadi, General Debility, Nursing Sure
yfoutb. Canker, Liver Complaints. Dyspepsia or
Indlget lion. Cramp or Pain in the Stoma eh, Bowel
Complaint, Painters' Colic, Asia tie Cholera, IMar-
rhea and Dysentery.
Abjo applied externally cures Felons, Bollt and
Old Sores, Severe Burns, and Scalds, Cuts, Bruises
and Sprains. Swelling ot the Joints, Ringworms,
Toothache, Tains in the Face, Neuralgia and
June 29 wlm.
IIR. HICKXEI.l.'S SVRUP1! A VERY
rich, pleasant and palatable medicine ; simple, safe
acd sure for yoang or old. Contains no opiates,
nd cures Dysentery, lHarrhea, Cholera Morbus,
a In or Cramp I n Stomach or owels.
El'OR THE HAIR.
Will RESTORE ilrey
Ilir lo Ita fir.llilVAT.
COLOR STRENGTHEN and PtOMOTE the
growth of the weakest hair . stop its falling out;
keep lee hoaa clean, cool ana no. tiny , can oe u
frnclv : ertntadna nothing iorurittua . la nnnaralle
at a HAllt-IIHEfSING ; and u recommended and
mod by oar beet Physicians. I assure you. Ladles
and Gentlemen, It is all you require ror tne liair.
ai ld by all Druggists, and at ay office. No. IU
Boadwai-. N. Y. SARAH A. CHEVALIER. M. D
Wbolesala in Boston by Geo. C. Goodwin & Co
ekt A Potter. M.S. Burr A lo.. Carter Wiley
rUlTFS Paix.it Lever Tacss it warroniii to
I? cure Rupture roaVo.y. The power It made
Stronger or Weaker at pleasure, by !timply tam
ing a screw. No preesure on the Back or Chord.
Enquire of the prtncial Druggists everywhere, or
at me omce 01
"WHITE'S PATENT LEVER TRUSS CO."
609 Broadway, New York.
THE STAR MEOICIXA I. POWDER CO
MANUFACTURE AND r-ELL.
TheMrKia'LEV PowntR for the
speedy and certaln cure of Ulcers
01 tne tnroat ana oee, cioncaiea
Palate. Swelling of the Tonsils.
Coughs. Colds, ijuinsey. Hoarse
ness, Diptheria, clergyman's Sore
inroat, Laiarrn 01 tne nose ana
Bronchitis See Circular, con
taining certificates Irom Dr. Thomas E. Wilson, of I
tt llson, Peter A Co. Wholesale Druggists, Louis
ville, hy . D. M. lllldreth. one ef tbe proprietors
of 1 he Mew York Hotel . Sirs. Eliiaieth Crittenden
widow of tbe Hon. John J. 1 rlltenden, and others,
Oflce, No. i'.9i Broadway, New York.
"rR would call the attention of all snfterertrrom
II Sick Headache, bour stomaebe. Dispcpsi
Ditalnett. Bilious Headache, Indigestion, Costive
nets, Ac. to Tarrant's Efftrvescent Seltaer Aperient
as the best Remedy known for the abore and simi
lar complaints. Sold by all Druggists.
Can be relied on as the most pleasant, safe and ef
fectual remedy for Diarrhu-a, Cholera, threnic
Iharrboea, Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, Celie, and
Looseness of the Bowels. It may he taken with
perfect safety 1-3' infants when teething, or by the
satterer In the lowest stage or Chrenie Diarroea
causing a soothing sensation of relief to the pa
tient, and being folio- cd by a complete cure.
T . W . M A R S I K X .
1ST nilOAIMVAY, New Ynrk.
roR sale ar all PRrcuisra
A .XF.W REMEDY.
it sta nds n.R Mcaiia wnnorrr a serrmoK.
.Ilar-dcirs Visctable Smialivc lill.
Are porely Vegetable, fier irom any Mineral er
Mercurial Preparation, and rorapounded with great
cwre. They may be relied on in all cases or Con
sumption, jniiious irrsoriiers, crTuuv or sica
Headache, Gout or Rheumatism, D) lia,I)rowy
I.VOVS J1AOXETIC POWDER.
IRE OE.VTI1 In e'ekroacbes. Fleas. Mosquitu
Bugs, arlali obnoxious ana ueumcscme to
IT KILLS LXSTAXTL Y.
Use no Iuert Powder tut Lvin's. His the only
sure Inx-ct Killer. Examine Carefully. Eaeh gen
uine Bottle has Dcmas Barnes or Co.'s prlvato rev
enue stamn on. and the siznatnre of E. Lvon. If
von want to l-e rid of insects, buy a 25 cent Dottle of I
LYON'S .MAGNBriC I'OWDKlt.
MADAM JCMEL'S Mamkarial Balu, fcr de
veloping the remale rorm. 3fecbanical Ap
pliances used when necessary. Orders addressed
to Agent for Madam Jumel, 5C3 Canal btreet. New
Yora, promptly attended 10. Send stamp for cir
cular. Ma daw JcatiL'a Wrlxklk Obiiteratur
Sold by all Druggists.
HULSE'S PROTECTOR FROM CIIOL
KRA. Approved by the Physicians or the Board of Health
of Ihe City ot New York.
This Is a medicinal compound Inclosed In a pad
to l-e worn cn the Pit of the Stomach, the heat o
the body being sufheient to volatile enough or the
contents to afford Perfect protection. Tho most
delicate Person or Infant can wear them with equal
protection. Any person wearing the pad can reel
cafe from any sudden attack of Cholera, Cholera
Worbus, or other Bowel compiants. Price JIJo.
For sale at wholesale by
HALL A- KUCKEL 1 v., York
DEMAS, BARNES CO. j :"r 10rr
J. V. UCLSE A CO. , 73 Pearl EL Proprietors.
IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS :
STALL SUFFERERS JB
From Pulmonary Diff a-1, Nervous Debility. Fe
male Weakness, or Chronic Disorders, of any nature
and all whose vital rorcct are depressed, rendering
Nervous Tonic anil Inviorntor,
will learn the means ot certain reller and restora
tion to health, by writing ror our new Circular
which (with advice) will l-e sent free to all. No
stimps required. Addrest
J. WINCHESTER A C0.36 John Bt. N. Y.
mUE GREAT WONDER OF THE AOE. Beautl
X Inland perfect Photograht Instantly made
In the parlor, by man, women or child. Price 2S
cents per package, with fall directions. MEEKER
A PICKf ORD, ICC Nassau Street, New York. Lib
eral discount to the Trade.
ANEW VOLUME.-The Phrenological Journal
Tor July, No. I, Vol. il Contains Forty Ptr-
traits or dUUngaished Statesmen, Clergymen, 80I-
. uiers. i.riminais u ioiiows nerjaier. -raiierrami.
Clinton, Metternleh, Jefrerson.Cavour. Peel, O'Con
neU, Russell, Buckle, Anton Probst, Thomas Raffit
n. Scott, Albert Barnes, Isaac Ferris, Charles
Hodge, Andrew LwStone.Tbomas E.Vermllye,Leon-
ard Bacon, Horace BusineU, R.J. Brecktaridge,
H.W.Beeeher, T.L.Cayler, R. 8. Starrs. J.T.
ir.ijt,w. vu dwmi iiuuu j u, oerTan.
Uuestlon 1 Manhood and Womahood 1 How to Pn..
lsh a Child. Phviiology Feeding CnlldrtniTo
Yonn-r Mr.thara. Rlvnanr riirwl.r-PtiM,Mnv
or Statesmen National Characteristics The law I
or talltyilnuliect, North and South, The Great ,
Mytteryi Another Prophecy 1 Teach Children to ,
Tnink 1 Milton's Last Poem 1 Bildierine and crime.
A rich number SU eenu, or $2 a year. Address. I
FOWLER at WELLS. New York. '
PA T E N'T
CATC INK M
8ix sizes. A perfect trap s springs opea the
moatn t nest ever offered ; erergnody wants incra.
Wasrap a dealer or agent in every town to
sell them. S. nd 3o cents and stamp for two Hooks
and trado prices, or $l. for I doi. to JOSEPH
BT.ICUS 335 Kroadway. (Buora 35 ) New York, who
is also agent fcr the new
I'alcnt Allium! Fetters,
for horses, mule. and cattle ; Jest what everv far
mer needs ; light, strcng and durable. Price $J
1)CT ON AND TAKEN OFF n a MOJIENT '..y
L an one.witl.. at sewing, eveiet. M-nw. rivet,
or cat in the cluth. Fir?t premium awarded t-y
American Institute :n Septeml-er, They can
be changed frrm --ne arn-cnt ti another in an in
stint, and as they never uuli II nor tear the cloth,
they art- the onl) reliable Buttons for men and
hoys' Cothing . the tuiMtt conven ent Bnttunt for
Ladles, as by their use the appearance cr the gar
ment can be altered to suit taateor occasion. For
tho Atmv and Navy thev are invaluable, as the
can in an Instant he exehaog-at fur a new H-t rr
moveil for cleaning or changed for plain .tver d
buttons when deeirct. 1 key have been arii pfed by
tafloraand clothiers, and those who have used
them will hare no other. In order to let the pub
lie at once see the -.rent advantages of toese
goods wc offer to send by return raail. poetajre pre
paid on receipt of the p see, one set &loaTe flattens.
Ladies' or lients'. Pla.n 4nc ; Fanev 5v c. per set ; 1
dez. buspender Buttons. 4tie. : or one assorted box
containing one dox each, fur coats. ve-t, pants, and
overeoata,at 1,75 per box, A foil descriptive li-t.
irvm wnien any stie -r Button can 1-0 oruereit,
will l-e seotby mail 141 anutieatloo. rail, or ad-
drees W. B, U ATKINS. So.e Agent, . tlb Itr, ud-
way, corner e aruu at. -ttw in-ra. v. it. ii-xt---.
Please state where u saw the a-ivcrii.cmt;i.t.
Show thit to 1 oor friends.
It OVA I. HAVANA L.OTTE.
Coisdacted or .ler the .ui-crT:.ina of the Captain
General of Cuoa. l'rixea p-.id ia eohL lTiat-i
eashed and iitf-rmatin i;tven ' BCOIM.E UP-
HAM, No. 3 North lla'n street, l r -videt-ee R. f.
r ESTBRN L.VND AC. I NCY. Full isufciaatin
1 1 furaiahod in re-raru to Lands IB Wc-tern
Kans-t rettleuentt. an-ier the H niettea! Ari.
ic. l-yiocloelugaicL,. to IIAUkloNli A PUP K,
tana .-.genu, tiuncu uruve, siaaaat.
'Tuc Zamo KeraicaaaToR. with Water l'io!rr
eocnblnod. ia easl keut eleaa ; hat a soaare we
box : will keep nro-ritloae frt.m sp-uling ; afl- r-!s at
all timet a "iaat of iee-eoid water. It is cest.-.inty
an Improvement on ail others."' -Hit' Jturmol of
Price-i7. SSI. (.38. and it.'-. DieotsM to the
.1 1.F.X. M. I.EI.RY.bJOSxthAventM.I'CW
T F yoa are think iaa: of lightiag yoar
X tory with raa. send fcr eireamr of the CMtN
COMPANY, 4i RromBeM Street. Beeton.
FASHIONS FOK IStjf..
11RAUI.EY HCPI.IiX KLI.li'TIC.
or DoiiMo spting Shiitt
Will not Bend ctBrxac like the single spsiaua.
Thei are h,.th Ihiralile. Ectaar.mieal. and sts lisb.
and wilt rax&tai r. their paaracr aad BsaBTiiuL
tllAFt where other sklru ar araraMe as ...rss.
WHsTS. BRADLEY i CAKV. . caam'-era St.,
AGENTS WANTEO IX EVERY TOWN"
to sell tho BEST
Ten ISoIlar SJcivinsrSIncliitie
ever oflerrd m market.
THE STITCH IS BOTH SIDES ALIKE!
For Circular, te., apply to
A. M. BADGER 4 CO.. Rochester. N. Y.
KOI.DIXG AM) POfliET I.AXTERN
sf. and eonrenient.t he size of a cigar case -nly.
Folded and unfolded in a twinkling. To farmers.
.nnrtanaen- end nertoas liTinz in the erantrr. they
are invaluable. vervlK.ly should have one For
sale by Crockery and Hardware Dealers enry
. .ere. ana at wooieaaie oy
WILLIAM B. WILLIAMS.
Wholesale Dealer intilaaw-Karc. Ill Xilk S;.B. .ua
Innte tho attoatioa of rsuichascrs to the best
C All R 1 A GF,S
F.rrr oTirtiiH Stir Enaim-i. which are til la-turn
tade and WARRAN1 rU.
Junction Ccurt Sadbary Sts., Best n, m.
DR. LAMONTrfS CORRALIA is tho great-st sO
ranlator in the world, tvill furee Wh.s-cra 01
3Ioustaclies to grow luxuriantly on tne arnnotnesi
face. Sample sent free lo any one desircc -A te.-t-
tng Its merits. Addreaa
iirinvr&s. uu., Toaseaa street, new 1 rr.
1IA.1IJIOXTON, XKAV JERSi-Y.
A tract ef (OH acre of excellent lard fr farming
and fruit growing, sstaated at the thnviagTovrn of
Hamraonten, miles from Can.den, within Ami
yards of Camden and Atlaatie Railroad, ami bat
lew miles to New York Railroad. The land will be
divided into lots ot 5 to 00 acres, and tuld low and
on accommodating term..
Aaarete. czra svoRKa, Lonsecv-mirg, r.. j , tr
Elmab G. Catiu.,1 North Wharves, Philadel
A CKiVT A QIJAUT !
I'tilen SSccv I'oscdcr,
AM) MARK IT.
Five kinds flavoring Lern-n, Sampanlla,
Cheekerberry, Hop and Spruce. Ho Beer made
that eao eompare with it. Rich. AuarkUng, rwli-
cioua Aav one eaa make is. Fanner., ramii .es.
variety ttoreeshoald nso it.
l'trt-UM Auvras - laaia bl. z-vm, Korit-a.e
Agent. Sold by all Dealers.
Orriri or A. A. Pro. Mil. 6ta"r 1
Chief aiattariagand IHabarnag offcer, and I
Sapt ef Tol, Reeraitrag Sereiee. J
Brattlicoro, Vt. July IH, j
TTI5HXREBY ANNOUNCED that porraaatto
X instruction froea the War Department, -hi.
oOioo will be li sally elotod ua the Mot of Angast
All oersoat avin-z basinets tn tran.a-t wttti ie
orBce, will pleate bo governed aecermnu ,
VVILiLiaiH Al.I I..S&.
lit i'ol L'.s. Army
A A. Pro. Mar. Veaeral.
Jul) 21 da wit. a le
ft A R R E T T S, .
rs bo PRt-Si IN' ir. iv T,tr. mot
X. SC.Cbtifit' c:l,Jt'-n t'l.trin-ts
It Itcktotci f;ru Il.tlr to it Na-
tural Color. 2
It Promote the griiulh ot'ttie liail
It Prevent- Hair railing Out. aa
It hu litre- the ItiKit. to their OrU k,
H gliuil eirgauic Action.
It Kradlralr- Ilumlruir ami Mu
It Keep- llic Scalp i:,-aliliy.
It Contain uo lnjurit.11 Ii.gredictit.
And U generally acc-.Tded to be
SIM.END1I) DRESSING. ,
": Arc Inside the liuitlc.
n Every buttle eecUiat MORE LleiUlD "
. 'than an) other dollar preparation. Nf
tmi LARIii. REGARDS eHerea to eetabUah
its ettieacy, hut we DO GUARANTEE
refund the money to any perst-a who wilt 5.
r . use two bottiea and then aay that cur re
sat storativu has tailed to do all we claim.
"rZ TO Til E prune. ,
Our J. U. BARRETT it the first as I oat) "
man who discovered the art of eombinwii
aHAIU REaTOItATlVEvritha DRI&tvltiel
umt 'of which there are now many Imitations ia
the market, 3 ct none but DAlUtETTti are
J. K. BARKETT & CO.
oj . XA.-tcuiart-R, y. a.
M. S. B Ultlt & CO.
S6 Treraent btreet, Beaton.
Agents for New England and tho B. itiah Pre, viae es
J. S. GALE, 51. D. Agent
July '25 wSm.
A BOARD1NV ASI) DAY SCHOOL.
Principal ami I'rciirictor.
IALL TERM BEGINS MONDAY, AUG. BStb.
The Academy Building Is being thoroughly re
paired and new rooms addol, giving excellent ac
commodations for these wishing to board with the
family of tbe Principal.
Board and rooms fur self boarding ontalned In 'he
ylllago. Julras dawlw.
FRUIT JARS I
CSIa.SN TOD ScII-SCalilJ"' .Tnf.
1 JH-.llIIJy, J.II .
IT IS SAID TO BF Tlir REST l.t t:r
sauju, Tlir. ttr,7 USE.
for sale cheap by
TENNANT 4 ELD JUDGE.
NATHAN UCRNELIS ESTATE.
"I TE THE SUPSCIUtlERS. having been appolnt
II ed by the HenoraUe the Pn-tata Court for
the District of Chittenden, Commissioners to re
celi e, exarnlce and adjust the claims and demands
of all persons, aralnat tho citato of Nathan ltur
nell.lsta of Milton, In said District, represented
Jnjolrca' and also all claims and demands exhib
ited In orbet thereto i and six months from the day
of the date hereof, being allowed by said Court for
uu. iuiinK,wBuo mereiorc nerooy pwauw,
that we will attend to tho business of our appoint
ment at the dwelling of Ectsey Burnell, in Milton,
in said nistnet, on the second Tuesday of liccemter
tea t, at lo o'clock. A. 31., on said day.
Dated this .'1st day or Julv, A. D.,
ILL. HOXSlE, )
J. II. DOOTH. Commissioners.
L. A. JACKSON. J
SOI.O.MOX l'EIRCE'S ESTATE.
STATE OF VERMONT. ('pilE Honorable tho
I'i.-trkt of Chittenden, sa. 1
Probate Court lor
lb. District of Chittenden,
Tt til persona Interested in the estate of Solomon
reirce,late of Essex in raid Dietrkt, deceased,
Wbireas, jaii Coart hath assigned the Jl'.h day
of Augu-t next for the settlement of the a-!min:s-tratm
account of the administrator of the estate of
said deeeaaed, and ordered that public notice there
of be given tn all t-ersocs interested in said estate,
by -.unliahing this order three weeks su cessirely
previoas to the day assigned, in the Burlingtori
Free Prose printed m PurliaKton. lo said D1-.tr.1-t.
T-HRrpoRE, yoa are hereby notified to appear at
the Probata Court ro ms, in Uurliagh-n. on tiie day
astiicned then and there to contest the allow nice
or said accrunt. If yoa tee caste.
-.iron under mv hand, this -th day of Julv. A.
D. 1-toS. WILDER L. BURNAP, Register.
Jil.VKMAX P. CHASE'S ESTATE.
"B. THE SUBSCRIBERS, havinic boea ap
i pointed by thelloaurable the Probate Court
Dinrict of Chittemlen. Cwnmn-
mi..ioner t- reeeire, examiae aa-1 aljust the
claims and -li-man-bi of all p. rs-.j. against tho
elate -f Knuman P. Chase I .te c i Boltoa in
m-l D;..riL-t, repre.ttnted ii.--lver,:. and al-o all
claim, an-i -ii-iaanda exhibtteit .n . ft-et thereto,
aiHl si iin.ntl.afr m the -lay of lit- -tale hen. t.
leingall-nu.l by solt Court ft r thjt porpoH?. w-
fit- "ler- li.rc hereli ive n- 'we. -.1, 1' --ewill attend
ti-tlte bu.-in-i- of ur aop-iatut-'nt . the dwellm--
iHritin 1111 in holt-11 :
b.nrth Tue-tait ol August aril I
ten oVl.--k. A M., on eat-l -t if.n-t -m
Imto.l tin' lltb da ! Jul, A ! .
L. A. Pi hop. ( .
- trwt, on the
1 t'lber next at
KI. 1.1 All I'll III. t"S
STA fE OK VERMONT, t THE Honorable t'
D.trict of Chitlervlen s. ) L Prjimtetourtfor
t e Dlotricc I CrtitUndvu.
To all persons intereste-t in the estate of hi ih
P leitts Lite ol ueiburn in aaid District, 'liceawl.
W uaar a. Mid Cuart haih asaizned the Otb !ay
of Augu-1 nrxt br the settlement of the a-'m-r-
Uation rount of the administrate of to estate
of -Mid dci-ea-.e-t, and ordered that puMie n- ue
thereof i-e given to all persons Interested in sai-t
estate. b pul-lishing this order throe weeks scc-cr-ively
prcvoias to the da aSMinod, in th. Bur
lington Free Pratt printed in Bunlngtoa, in sa I
Torrksorr, yon are hero' y nit'id to appear at
the Probiate Court rums, in Buri.-.gton, on tho
da a.unrl. then and tb.rti to c-n.cst tboail-iw-an--o
f said accoant. it you see caa.e.
lnveii under my hanit, thi I--1I1 av of. Jut A.
w.tal. T. E. WILES. Julie.
AA lirilllKI.IA-, ESTATE.
T E.TIIE oUBSCRI r ER? .having lcn appniit-
I Y ed by the Honorable the Probate Court for
the District of Chittenden. CommitmoLt-ra to re
ceive, examine and adjust the claims and deman-t.
of all portons. against the estate or A?a IlnMwil
latecfShelbnrain said District, represented in
to! vent, assd also all elaisas and doraands exhibitett
ia offset thereto ; and six months from the -lay l
the date hereof, being allowed l.v said Court for
that purpose, we do therefore hereby give n-.t.cef
that we wll attend to the business or our appoint
ment at W. A. Weeds Hotel in Shelbum in said
Dittrict,on the Third Mondays or July and Jancary
neat. at 10 o'clock , A. 31. en eaeli et said days.
Dated thia -"Jth day or June, A.D., 1'66.
T VPTI' vcv 2
PHILO JACKS0X, Commissioners
ASA SLOCCM'S ESTATE.
STATE OF VERMONT, rpO all persons cn
Dittriet of Chittenden, ss JL eeraerl in the Es
tate cf Asa tslocum, late if So. Burlington in said
At a Probate Coart hol len at Barliagton, with:n
and tor tha liiatrict of Chittenden, oa the th day
or Joly, A. D. laor-at Instrument purporting to
bo the last Mil aad TecUment of Ata s locum late
of So. Burliagtoa ia sam Distnct, ueceased. waj
presented to the Court afore.ai.l, rr Proriate.
.tad it U o-dcred by said C -art thi.t the 4th day or
Aaniat A. f. 1 --00 ..t the Pr-j'-atc turt Koiui- In
aaid iia-lington, bo aasigncd for prov.ng .-aid In.
.trurucnt , an 1 that notice there". V uiven to a.l
per-ons c-ncernel, by publ --h.ng this ople. three
weeks saccesa.vely in the Lurlmt- n Free Press a
neespaper printedat ssud huriii-:- previous to
too time appointed.
Trrrci kk, yea arc hcreny n- t.:i to appoar
before -ai-l Court, at the time and 1 aforeeaid.
and content the probate of sad wiU ir you have
Given under mv hand at Enriin -to -. in said Dis
trict, this ..th dav of July A. D 1-. o.
WILDER L. BURN..:', Register.
JOHN li.TEI'l't'S ESTATE.
STATE OF VERMONT, T'i'mii
trice of CbitlenUaoo.
To mi perf-ips intere?l n the 9at&U f Jnhn it
TclTt of iiununUMi is mii iutucr.
Wlires. application in wntin ; hath bcrn ma.
to Ui Court t tho jUrien i aaid ward f,r a-
ceat3 t- "ell the wbDje "f t( e in' tte ot fai l
vaiti tM.it. u,: aorJi tliore.a mat 1 tvul ward ..wna
jf iasc-i iti-u-tt. in iluntm-:. 11
aiwsaniaxTi tiiMit woaitl e nrttie interet?iu'
stuil ward UtAi :ao LtU'i Lu d i cuoremd in
to in ncy.
Ana uicrciopoo ite sa-iltuurt appoibtc.l ai-a
-intd tlie J.t day vt Julv A. I. l-fi. t turn
I'rubatto Court Hoonu. id Hid ihtnet, to hcarantl
icci: uu-.n Mid abUtaCiatiuP . uv .niarfst ti.t
i-u hc nt:c thervot re ziven t an ntman int.r-
eted thoreiD. !v uabiiaizi - tin? ofvi'-r thrfo hmi.
ucr-tiTclv, m tltw Burl m;; m Free lref, a newi-
paper wDicJi circaiatM in tLe DcuhLijvriwodo th..io
jravn4 mtemurtl Uwrtfin. ail .l whiete putiiica
Jiiia ?iall be i;revi4aas t LtUti t.itj aoiinfta.t t .1-
iLtrciure vtu ate ure) no'iuc. v aniM irji.
fure amid Court, tbe tuno ana lU-
tbenand thereto vhiecttutle irriintiEi ....h
Iit:cj, if y- u see eauM.
uitvu utiur my umaa, at tn, Probate Court
Rm.-', thi.i 6 Iay of July, . Ik 1- o.
l Ct NV t'.O Uoa. tiifl IVsL.te t ,.urt fi.t- t...
iiflrn t ol fliit'tadea. Ct'i-iruiv : . tn t.
txtiuiua .uit ailiut the cia.tus an-i ilei.imld f
1 1 ia-i i l, . aiu 1 I'iri i. t.r, . j,. 1 ,r- ... . .
ai.'t lt ail 1 Uku and iltuun.l M in ut t
UttrU. aii. ia looathj" trout the -ia . f the date
hvreul, r.i. at.i'wed o -iVa"M e.a.l 1 r ntt imr-
nc 1 1 1 rei.-ro ncref-v - ,t v,,
we will attci: to tlie hu-ine- .i .Ur fM..nf-..l..
at tbe dwelt. of tae icvacl m . nariotte in
teud biAtrtct. the il iwui 1 V tsust uext
and Jd Tueedavy hi OcU'Vr n-'it, a: I" cio.k M
h .aa 01 eetd da.ji.
iNtted tsbiw Ui tlay of Julj , A. !.. i-t.,
V 1 LLl M l' r. A.N . Coluui j -V
I-ICV C.SWKKT'Ji KMA IK.
toTATE OF VKRMuNTrr1'' ltl
X Ctart r tie
triet of ChittobdcB.
le all Denooe lntereettd
mi tl. Mt'o ir
Sweet aad Xmbs C. N'-.t
Htteie-t. (piirat..)ti v,n' . tr . .-t:a it.a t
t t tlia t.-uu iy tiso ..i. a- . s ., 1 Mras Is -
e to iHil tbe wtimt: ui tac : i tJt ui -hi
ttar v -titins forth it ere 1 11 vt.tf -1 1 deowu 1 i
u I bolt ol aletrin vf arn ut - vtrcr ui..,i,
nt oaid ttuntintua wlwreajt Her r h bweti;ri
it evl,"u jvt lo tbe nlit 1 1 tit mc-u j. t nwi Wwr
oi tbe wido-f of twl Jlenrj tiit-rei, j,id that -t
wtMiad be obdscive to lite mtvrot auI wanl
that the saute be d and cuiia c n.t tmoorv.
.iiati thuitruintU the -a.: Curi u ed iui . m
Aiict tbeiritila uf Jul A 1 ,a tt.: ir-
;.kte Ibtut n-sotbr, iu 'aid intxut tu bcur ttivi
..ceideopon said abphcatt a. a..: r-lero.1 i. tt
pehiie notK'e thcreoi ie ii.u t- ai mi3 :.it t
eted tbcrvtn, r jru i.sltiu li.. r ;t uirer m-e.
auccvMdTl , m tbe UurUot sn i-rce i'-t. a itet--paper
whwn circulate tu I tie nci. -r.i . t
iwraW'nJiBteffvatedtnciem, alUt w.i 'b p ttbl.c.itu,:
4iball te itreruOe to tbe tiuteai '.iuleu ir hr
iDereiore oa ate i'ciei a.-i.'.- juucur t.. -
fore mitl Cocrt, at the time and piacu Kn---ii.!.
tbeti awl there to objvet ti tbe raoti&ic i u -it
ltcetwe, il roa eee cause
uiveautvder tajr band, at tbe I'robaU Curt
Boom, thi 6tb day ot July, .. t, IdotS.
m:vkll lvo.ws KsrrATK.
STATK OF VERaMONT. rPUB Hon. rr..I at.;
S A. Ccurt fcr tUo (
triet of CUUeadta :
To all pcnoiu InUi-tht-1 ia the eAL4ta t.f v.,. u
Lyon (Ifuan-) of i.urliston, in uid lmtricL
Whereac applirat.on ia wric n- t. beatn:'!-
to tbi Court o tbe ieo.':ut.n -i 5im wa.d f r
Uceuae to tell eertaia k1 ct m- . : im..,!
tiaz furth tbertin that bit vid w-j : vtiiis t..
divided balf of at jut nt et-n . , r 1 crii ol
iBoaatalo laiK initiate in Inderh.. . a a arrf
lot on fcaat Avebue, in m lar. 1 a, a&d t:i t it
oe id te eondacire t. tho mtt-r t f tmt ward
tbati tbe Mae be Hi i and c u er; . : : . uv t,c.
And tr.epc tb. a 'I ..art a sd ar
fijeaed the 7th dy -f At-jcut, A. I. i.s.f at t0e
I'Kiotue coart no,tu, iu himi strict, to ttr . . t
deeide spon Jld apbcatioa; aatl orlerei tiiat
nwiie Boiice (ntrcoi ue stcu t atl iwrjt.n- i,
ested therein, by puWUliicx tbie order thrto
flutecttoieeb . in tl o Burlington Krte t'rws. a new.
papr woiea curcuaaLct in Uaencinborbood of tn so
peraoetf Interested therein, all d wUwb j-at Lca
tienf thall be prevtous to the time amv.inr rm
Tbercfure n u are lurehv nutifixi tn nnne-fir k-
fre laitt Court, at tbe tiaio and pUw aforesaid.
mta uatr. i" o'iccl u uie rxnuc-oi surh
license, if t u see cause.
01 Ten unrirr my tai 1. at the Probate Court
Rcoau, tlsU Uth day t Jaue. A. D-. ISCC
WILDER I. BURLAP, ilezfetcr.
(Vari tttih Isle .' r 1 1 Appbcttftuj
WJiti to Ccaa
DIPHTHEfllA, AM3 MLJHnOAT THGU3LES.
Ititclillcltre niternal Application.
UittiniD to Cc
nilEUMATIC SCIATIC LA-MEXESS. ASD AlXs
L.tMUiXI53, whtr tUrsx it im Vtvrntre.
rr'sttvoffKtiottiat atx. . . . . tunoptrEottlc.
TJTCKTiEIaD & CO.. Ppr, Wimlatrwltm, 3Iat.
1o. C (MiuwiT r C', M. . nrt Co., livtor
JWU bj ydici4 Dtalcrt ytmcraUgo