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THE BURLINGTON, Vt. FREF PRESS. FRIDAY MOIvZSTIG, SEPTEMBER 14, 1866
twi ldievc that
Xho soldiers tl
m-on sbcu'd be made cditus. and traitors
Punished; -ho are opposed to reliwpiishiag fco
fruits of the war.scito the restoration cf rebels
to rower; and who are in favor of the Constitu
tiocal Amendment and of supporting tbo "
aid measures which wi'J eoatritnte to the trus
I'nior,. barmr ay and perpetuity cf the Republic,
are ieqotl to meet at the Court Ilcuse in
B ' "It LI NGTON , on Monday evening. Set t . 17th,
ISfiO. at 74 o'clock, to take measures to secure
M-i'slSe representatioa of the ssUiers of Vcr-r,;-it
at the National Union Convection of
. Miersaod sailors! !o be holdtffl at Pittsburg cn
, n5ib of September ant
i,,- TV. Weixs,
(."S S THOMAS,
r,: W W IIcet,
G'T P P PfTKIX,
iltv W V W HirtFT,
Ots I! Ritut,
Ccl W 0 Vrtzn.
Lr Col K Fakxhaji.
Vm J I. Babjtow,
Ma Wat Rotrirns,
Maj M B Hall,
Ma J 8 Peck,
?nto B W Cabpentui,
Scbceos Geo Xicdols,
Col Rinntxn PBOCTOs.ErBGF.ox 0 A Bcllabij,
Cot T O Feates, Capt W C Dpstos,
I.t Col r H Jotcz, C rrE Habtsbobx,
Lt Col A S Tbact, Can C M Bum,
Lt Ccl E S Stoweil, Cait. Tiieo. S. Peck,
Lt Col J W Bexsett. Capi. En;EBxVua.r,
Lt Coi. iS's D McsBox.Lrerr G Ti Bioelow,
Lt Col Km Gsorr, Larr O 0 Bebemct.
N. B. OffceHandSollifixrho will attend tie
I-ittst orp Ccnention. but cannot be prawnt at
th State ConTention, shore cAlled. will p'ease
.i inform G. G. Bekedut, BnrliortoB, Tt., on
or Ufa-? tic 17th instant.
the Rutlind and Borlinfrtoti awl Vt. Central
l; nirsJf ei'.l carry foldien to and from the
Convention for fare see way.
BniT'Dtrtcm, Stpt 10, ISCfi
l'rx Oftiioi Gfo. S Iiexisok. Thedeath
ni ( Suunton U L.i- n. deacrvea a fuller
nif utlcn in onr column than wc could giro
in the Lurry and bu'tle ol the week before
ii tion. Yet in rrturninto i-oaad atliemu
mi- fici ! w far fli irt wo must come of doing
iu-t uf t-.i ttic n 1' !e ii:ili:ifi of our deceased
fmt.U. He was l-ni in Koyaltoo, Tt.,
. ut tl eyear 1X3. f - . licst son of a large
! i-iilv !lt to tlt-Ci':oi .t w id iwtd mother,
M- ;an;e to Crlkpt t 1! -rJ.ngtui, acquitted
l.iu..If well at- a n-i i-i--r. and graduated
with credit in tt c clut- ui 1854. Ilaring
rclutivrs in San Ant.mio.Tt x s,he went thith
tr, married, and tt.'et at ibe South.
Hi' wise dtt'd a ycai or two after
tl.cir uarnagc, lravin a little ton an
the if it of the ii ni .ii ri:c war
1'iiir.d Mr. Drpiwri 1 -. ili!ilied at the
fe'iiti- Too mwy men N rtLcrn h.rth,
'.iiinttd aic wf. f ufxt n ilir Suuthern
fiit- tht it. if on I. r aK " ! nini; :!) political
l.nth of their fathtni. jr.d ..r citing in
hurl'.t wuh tutir Souti.'i,. Iiit. in their
111 .ij 1 Ij riu.i .it ' an'i ii'lrllioii.X'it
iJr. Denin. Coa-ii-'tJi - . .W bis peaf
in . r.itr to h li.'i 1 i. : nal 1ft. rty.
rr.tscKd Ir.im mul. -- by itiSjen
iijl friend and Ly ih- In; 1 i m" be wa the
iruftc ! ! rg t:.ilc!' ;n 1 i and rt jir je,
in-.- iii itcTtr wjt-rtd in nlKjiiamv to bin
g'Tcri.rM ct. T.iwaid- tbi A tl.e fiirt
tiar of the war, btarin r'';.irj lat storirS
uf Xortiiern diePtwand S-i..i!i-rnTietorie,
ind !ulievin ttit tbv if Acraiu-nt was in
the Inst straite 6jt oUiitr. lip iarttd f-r the
N irt!.. U giic the aid tI oat uwr arm to
itir iipj.rt of the nati nti -i Failing
m cery tff.irt to m eur, a j-i iri.m the reb
fl mr dopartiiii nt at fSior.i...rtt ke finally
!a ted hack a if for N. Or! tw, and in
A".mpBy with a friend, r . K rgyman also
oiakinz biscfOJilrjci S.i . -it. Ii ft the earn
war Cumberland (iap. t..'k m the aoodf
on-i pubd for N.ifhvit!. ilf w-iched onr
linw alter a fx"t j .u rm j .vt r 200 uii! s.
the traTeb'W ioa f-hi i:- r- ) Ly day by the
luyal tt'in 'f Tmn'Mte. ;'id fa'd along by
tin m t-v nizl.t irt m one lrkin; 1 lace to an
01 b 1 lie rer.ei.td Va.-hinton in April,
rc'. 10 he met, to his j.y and amaxement,
r.,t (.j .rafts or anxim esll for men lor the
foil rn i.upcs of a t-inkire cuae, but by
Mi. I-inooloV prjclau.ati.ni d I'bankagtTinc
fur t!ie signal victories of I' -it Iijyul, Kvan
' . Forts Henry and DjRflton. Pea Bidge
;t.1 rittobuig Landiognd by Mr. Stanton's
'.r to Ci"at iteruitinjt owninj; to the
1 .Mura of i-upplics of mi n.
'1 ut re was a place for him to serve the
,.,Lc, however, as efficiently as in the army.
After a Fhort stay at the North, during
which h wrote for the Fbeb 1'bee8
irue article on the cau end workings of
the rebvllion and the condition of the South,
l.i!i attiactcd wide attt-ntion, 1 was
i nt by Secretary Chase to Xcw Orleans as
'i.t orenM rctal agent of the Government, to
r ,pn that port. altr its ncxpture by Far-
riEUt.and wa t lie first rnited Statta Collector
..I' t! e port, aitcr tic rttiratiop of the Nu
tior.al authority there. H: fubscqucntly
hi hi the rciionsibk Offices ol Coninitetioner
ol Icttreel revenue, at New Oi leans, and
supervising A cent ol the 1 rcagury Depart
ment for the State of Texan. lie left the
Government service to enter largely
and successfully into the practical de
monstration of the availability of Irte
libor, on the cotton and sugar
plantations of Loufciarja, in which business
be continued til! his death.
By no means ultra in his views, but a ttuc
patriot and loyalist, be of course viewed with
alarm the development and workings of Pres
ident Johnson's "policy" at the Sooth. He si
ded earnestly and strongly with tbcUnion men
ot New 0. leans, took a dtep interest in the
L ijal Convention at I'oilid.-lpbia. and if he
b.d lived to reach that city, wouladououeir
i.n-.e been on influ6util rnewber ot that
Jy of Sodtbtrn patriots. He hod been
pt-tirnud by congest he ftter, but had par
tienlly rtfovertd, wttn be left New Urleans
on the- Sttamer Monterey ,to iiutke his annu
al titlt to tbc North. Tlic difOase re
turned, and in spite of care! til nurs
ing and every care bestowed by a lady, the
wi'e ol an intimate friu.d, vibo vnt cominc
North on the same etcsiuer, be sank under
it, ami n the seventh day out from Xcw
Oileaor, his noble spirit ttxik it flight.
He was bo lied at k At sundown tbe
tinier ws ftopred on her couth;. Pa'
ttugers and crew were mustered n deck,
and knelt with bared liea. Tho Captain
read the hurul mviee, and the corpse,
wrapped in tbe flag ot hi- country which he
loved so truly, was committed to the keeping
of the Peep, till the iva rhall give up its
Our tl tcli but UKuiiote rome of the
more noticeable points ! his life, fbey
thow that he was a true man and an earnest
pattiot. To give anything like an adequate
" idea of the man, we should go on to tell
how thoughtful and devoted a too. how
:;ffi:ctioc2jc a hrotLer, how faithful a lricnd
he was ; to describe the manly beauty of his
e .unteutnee, instinct with tbe exprtssion of
1 ire and ennobling eaouoci. ; to show how
'rank, truthful, bonett, independast, genet
jus, cud tKgltminded was hi charictcrj
but for that our pes and the limits ol such
tattUi are wholl Jcadsquit. Whata
j blow bis death is to the family of which
was the prop and pride, can be imagined.
His death is a loss lor tho counlry and for
every good intciest, and we mourn it sadly
in common with a wide circle of sorrowing
On Sunday last, an obituary disoourse.up-
on the death of Mr. Dcnison, wa preached,
at lioyslton, by Professor M. 11. Ucckham.
tl,. i. . rn j ... ,
Abe cbnrch uws filled with n urar iMr.conrm
or the numerous connections of the family
ai.d with svratatbizirig friends. Thesubiect
ol the Sermon was the lUtrospcct of .
worthy life, and its illustration in the life of
Mr. Dcnison. It wan a grateful and touch-
ing ttibutc to bis memory, by one who knew
and appreciated and loved him, and who had
in turn hte high esteem and affection, while
he lived. Appropriate sausic, conducted by
au old lricnd of tbe deceased, accompanied
tbe sermon, and tbe occasion was one of
deep and impressive interest.
HRTIIRS Ol' the Git I! AT KASTKltN.
Suece-Mnl Cntelioii of ihe CaliVe of
A despatch dated Hearts Content, .V. F.,
Sept. 8. says : Since Sunday morning unin
terrupted success has followed tbc Great
Eastern, and she hud the shore ti.d of the j
cable of 1865 on Sunday evenina. at four
o'clock, under a salute from tbc hips ol war
in tbe harbor and tremendous cheers 1mm a
large crowd ol enthusiastic spectators, as
sembled from all parts to witness this second
triumph of ocean telegraphy, even greater
than that of July 27th. Tbc electrical con
ditions cd this cable is most perlect and
messages arc hjw being sent and received
Tbe Great Eastern arrived at Rendezvous
Bay Co miies from here at eight o 'cluck on
Ftiday evening where she was met by her
Majesty's ship', Ttrribk, Lilly and Margrctlc
Stevenson, which accompanied her up the
When the ''shore end'' of the ca.ile was
brought to the telegraph building immense
enthusiasm was manifested by tbc people.
Messrs. Canning, Clifford and Field were
severally stued by the crews from the men
ol war. aided by the civilians, and hoisted
over the beads of the people ami cheered
Faoit i KorE. Late advices from Europe,
by the Atlantic Cable, are as follows .
Saturday, Karl Cowley resigned ab position
as British Ambassador to France. Earl Stanley
la spoken or to succeed bun.
Napoleon's health is not pod, and it is doubt
ful ir he will 30 to Itiarntz.
The Queen of Spain has paid a visit to the
Empress Eugenie at Biarritz, which is said to
nave been it r political purposes.
It is announced that a circular mar be soon
expected from Iht Emperor wherein he will take
arouuij emphatically aeaiibt the Tiolent settle
ment of the Eo.ro-' u fjUcsticns growing out of
the recent wars.
The French comiua&Jer of the camp at Cha
Ions, ia iImu'iide the troop, addressed the sol
diers, 'vtlderof the Emperor, cnBir th'r
attention to the victories by uame, ia which Na
poleon the first deMted the Austrian?. Prussians
and Russians, and telling them to ever cherish
the memories of Maiengo, Ausleriila, Jena,
FriedUad, nagraraand Moskowi.
It is reported that tbe King of S.xo3j- has
decided to resign in favor of his son.
A declaration of Independence by he Sax
ons is published, largely signed.
The number of troops in the Duchies has been
otdered to be immediately reduced to a peace
Tbe I'pper House of the Piussian Diet has
passed the bill to indemnify the King for acting
withrut the itsseBt of tbe Diet in the matter of
the budget and tbe arm; supplies previous to
the r with Austria. The bill passed unani
mously. Tbe Chamber of Deputies has rejected tbe
Government proposal for tbe issue of sixty mil
lions of treasury notes, and adopted instead an
amendment authorizing the issue of thirty mil
lions, payable ia one year from their d.'. .
The ImliAB Government has issue! : decree
which disbands 68,000 men ef the Italian
Austria has invited Italy to send pleaipo on
tiariea to meet others appointed by Austria fur
tbe purpose of adopting measures lor the im
provement of telegraph and post enterprise be
tween the two countries.
Fall or a Great Majt. Comiiig down
Chestnut street St. Lou , one day hvt week,
writes a correspondent, 1 was struck by the
appearance of an old man m-t sixty, who
wore a threadbare coat, shiny with constant
wear, and whose hat was bruiaed and seedy.
His bead was bent toward the earth, and his
walk was a tottering shuffle, tbe effect of
whisky and old age. He reeled Irom one
idc of the pavement to the other, and at
ast brought up against a lamp-post on Ihe
corner, wbin a young looking loafer coming
up saluted him with -Holloa, Jim! Come
and take a drink ?" The old nun's eyes
brightened, and, arm-in-arm, he sauntered
along to the neare-t groggery with his com
panion. I ivc years ago that old man was ).
Green, United States Senator from Missouri,
and in the days cf the Kansas and Lecotop
ton mallei i he was, next to Stephen A.
Douglas, the ablest debater in Congress.
But the war broke out, Mr. Green was rent
to Congress, soon lost his property, his pos
ition and bis character, and now is a poor
dronkard, and earns barely a pittance of a
living as a calaboose shyster.
Coons ash Sqcibrels. Why au many
more coons and squirrels this year than
usual ? We will give our theory, and would
like to 1 car Irom others upon tne subject,
it is this : More game of this kind dies froin
starvation after an mtlum n without nuts,
In 161 there were no nuts, Ulrica or
cherries, and tbe coon had to come to hard
corn. Coons did not get fat that season, and
most of them died be lore Spring. Conse
quently tbey were scarce in 1662. There
weic more in 1SG3-4, and more last year,
when they seemed to have recovered from
tbe loss of winter of 1861-2. A year ago
nuts and berries abounded, and the coons
housed early, in tbe finest condition, and the
indications are that they will be yery plenty
this Autumn. Tbe main idea is true in
reference tofquirrels.cnly the squirrels most
have nuts eiioaJi to hoard away to last
them over winter or they die. Manrnesitr
A traveler coming wet and cold into ia
country "traveru," findine the ure blockad
ed, ordeitd the landlord to carry his horse
half a peck of oysters. "He cannot eat
eyeters. said the" host." '-Try him,"
quoth the traveler The coniiiany all ran
out to see the horse cat oysters. "He
won't eat tbem, as I told you," said tbe
lanulord. Then," coolly replied tbc gen
tleman, man who had taken lieesctsion of
the best sait. "bring tbem to tue, I'll eat
Eceiy Saturday occupies a rcculiar place
among tbc periodicals or tbc day, placing,
as it does, within tbe reader's reach tho
choicest papers that appear in tbe foreign
journals and magazines. The current num
ber of Every Saturday, dated September 15,
contains ti.rer original translations from tbe
French, one of tbem a inos: valuable contri
bution to tbe literature of popular scienre ;
two articles frnra advanced sheets of Dickens'
All the Year Round and Chamfer's Journal,
and numerous selections from such English
monthlies and weeklies as seldom reach tbc
cyts of American readers.
SnrccLtc. The business of smuggling
has greatly decreatcd of late in this vicinity.
This fact 1 chargeable to two causes, lho
heavy ese'iFe duty impo-cd by the Canadian
parliament upon vrhisky Las so increased
the rricc of that commodity on thj other
side that the profits of smuggling have
dwindled very rauch. Tho custom bouso
authorities have been very active and effi
cient in detecting smugglers, and the court
has in every cace dea.lt with tbem sternly
and teTcrclj. Tbc law hat recently been
amended so ss to render the penalties still
more severe, inesc iacis comoined the
. II f .c sVa 1 t-A
to decfeasc tho hitherto quite extenme bu.i-
r 1: ti. . . '
nets 01 smuggling, xuc supvnismg mspec-
r,r t.tp ht thsrn VU-n
more arrests and convictions of smugglers
within tbe eastern district of Michigan than j
Mavja the whole frontitr.-cV
ia tnat tnero cave bee
he I JV EWS OF THE W 3 53 K
Londo.-., Sept. I.
The troops sent to Canada will be armed
with broach loaders.
Dkiux, Sept. 5.
Sixty thousand Prussian troops arc or
dered to tbc Rhine.
1 rues, is uca. la" mr tne purcnase 01 mo
- i , n , . 0 1
, lrnD-ciau nunaeioerg.
. Uaron Weotbcr has been app linted nader-
i Soeretary of foreign elJhirs.
j , Jttf2ZJg. M"
I I'aiLSDSXPBii, Sept. .
Ibe Oonroutioo ii largely attended this
forenoon A wormy ncsion is expected.
The Com. on Itesolutions have bad angry
delates owing to tho determination of tbc
Border State men tu insist on the ri-5ceUon
ol Beam suSrao.
It is rejiwti-d that Gov. Hamilton and tbc
Georgia delegation withdrew.
The attendance of spectetors is larger
than cn prctious days.
A Virginian offered a rveulutiou to appoint
a committee of fire to prepare an addres to
tne .viutlu rn pvplf .
11.00 A. M.
The address to th nsjrJc of the country
from tbe loral people of tbe South i b ,Ug
read by Mr. Creswell ol Md. It i-- u-ry
radical and is earnestly cheered
Tbc wonderful vigor of its sentences is
worti.y the subjc.t. The Dtclaralion ot In
depecdence is less energetic, clear usd ring
ing, but it will lie mjco that it omito to rec
uumeud suSrage to the negio. There will,
tltereiore, be an tnenajnnt tjr aw address
Afttr vcuucraine the wronir.. uf tlie
South, the address says .- Asdro Johnson
is responsible fur tbese curses, Mid ha en
couraged and justified and applauded them.
This sentence was, liko others equally em
phatic, iiithuttastivallj applaude-J. " The
sentence declaring toat all SVuthern ncn arc
not vet I'.iiji. uai, i" icu lTcd with vigoi 'us
Au endjr.-euu.ut ol CoDniL-sis cheered.
so also the declaration that one of their great
tunes U in a great Union victory this fall.
The Border Sutts delegations art wildly
cbcerini the addrc, but tbe Gulf States tie
II .SO A. M
Mr. Bolts ol Va., iijes to speak. lie saya
the address meets his most ocriiial approval.
He regards H as the must forbudahle iodiot
raent ever brought before any Grand Jui of
the country, and its severity eansiala in its
truth. He says he only rises to move that
the suuvc-ntion adopt it timnimooHy.
1 P. M.
Brownlow has risim to speak; he trad hsen
ia innumerable ounrcntionj and t jtcd .)a
many addresses, but this is the ablest be
ever heard. He is for adopting it as it is,
without crowing a t or dotting an i. We
ought to adopt it and have a tite .-t nice.
Ii adopted let us piict ten million c;pit.- f
it in typ.: large enough tor Andy J.j'm-on u
read wm.-tl.er druuk or sher.
The rest of bio speech was dnrn. I in a
wild upr-'-r of applause. 1
Wl. OutiffjOvl o auuitu U3 OttU d'J'.in
with applause. The Cresvtdi addrc-o is
adopteu w it 11 tremendous ciircra.
Mr. Tu.ktro! Ky., moved t to t;p.,cc
ooosideratii-u of Uic addroe till to-morrow
morning. In thcjneaoumi let it be printed
He wil. not cjinmit hintidt to a paper until
he can study it, and trill not be mtecd
either :y rules or applause. They did not
come ucre only to say triat dofinson an
usurper and despot They all knew that,
All accjunli ol the ctet demonstration
last evtniug as an ova tor: to the boutbern
cmonisu seem :o agree 111 regarding it as
the greatest demonstration . f the kind eur
seen tu turn eoiintrv. The utimU r in atten
dance is estimated from MlfiM to IO0.WO
luc ojatocmera seemed sp-tc'tn"? with
grateful aaias -incut
Ibe .emmittee un itsoiutions rtp-jrUd a
m.ijoiity scrKJ, aiiujuuciog that too miror
ity aceede to it. Ttic 1st, tl. inks God Wr
triumphant cm! ot the vrar Toe 2d. de-
m:ind the rtsloiatiou ut the L'oum on the
fewest condition compatible wtih loyal se
curity. Ane aa, can- my policy unjust,
oppressive and intvleiablc, and says restora
tion under it will augment the perils ut the
position The 1th thanks Congress and en-
dorses it aoi the amiuJmeni, aadreimti
that Congress did not provide lor irteatcr
seeutuy of ople not jet sdmitted t i repre
tenuuun. Toe oth -s that Coognss ir
Out exicutikc. lut has jowir ovtr u-itots-ticn.
The Ctii sajs there is no right of any
kiid but force tj ccucdc, and when that
takes place, rebels ale iniy tvnjiried j!icn
undcr tbe lav. 3 ut war.
The 7th says all men ol all i..c out: Ut to
have t ceordeu to them all that their iutclii-
genoc, .nergy ana views may eMuic tliciu to
Xoc fth mi vs the 1 ICM.-01 SuU- eovetu-
ments arc not leaitimato until they arc re
organized by Congrvts. Tbc 10th pays a
tribute to Lincoln. The llt'i decurcs in
favor of uuiveral it berty, the world over,
and tbe inherent right of ali men to decide
tor themselves. Tbc 12th thinks soldiers
and sailors for serytecs during the war, and
save the party will stand by Item
lne resolutions were adopted.
New Yoex, Sept. 6.
Twclte new cases and thirteen deaths from
cholera were reported in this city yesterday,
and four new eases in Brooklyn.
PaiLADiLPHtj, Sept. 7.
Tho Convention met at 10 A.M.. One
half of the Border State delegates have left
A vote ol thanks to Judge Underwood for
bis fearless discharge ol his duties in trying
to bring to trial the great bead ol tbe rebel
lion, was offered and supported in a decided
speech in wbioh Mr. Jounson's declaration
tnat treason was to be made odious was
dwelt upon. Loyalty was made odious.
He said tne only man who had been squarely
hung for treason was executed by General
Mr. Hart of Florida spoke in approval ol
tbe spirit of tbe resolution. A Mississippi
spoke warmly in favor of the ' soui-appM
Gov. Hamilton opposed tbe resolution be
cause the Convention did not meet for this
purpose. He paid a tribute to Judge Un
Mr. Herneudez uf La., said. " We have
more important business than to waste time
about Jtff Divis or ,4iy ether traitor."
The mover of the 111 ition to avoid debate
Ao invitation for the Convention to visit
the iron-clad fleet on Saturday as the guests
of the Union League, was riad and accepted.
Judge Speed fays he has kept with tho
Convention thus lir, tmt can stay no longer
as important business calls bru away Uo
was cheered on retiring.
A man was seen to mount the root near
the tall Say staff where the flag and ptnunts
ol the League each inscribed with a name of
a State of tbe Union where flattering yet
unburoed in the lig it of the lire The dar
ing rdventio'i approached the staff nearly
bidden by the dense smoke which rolled up.
Soon alter the roaring fire from the roof
made it visiblo that he was pulihy the Sags
down from the stall.
Immediately cheer after cheer rang from
tho crowded streets below, hut the cheers
were succeed by anxious cries of "come
down" as tbc flames threatened the hie ol
the gallant fellow. Persevering however
be pulled tbe flags down through smoke that
was almost destroying the flag, it was car
ried from the roof and horn down the ladder
then another and still another brave fillow
made his appearance and amid danger that ,
appalled tho spectators, tbc stroamrrs that 1
had been on each side of tbe Hig were hauled
dpwn and carried oyer tbc rool.
This magnificent aot and spectacle was
widely applauded. The author of the first
exploit ia said to baTe been Gen. Hsmmond
of Sherman's staff.
Tbe janitor of building has been arrested
on suspicion of being the incendiary.
PuinrtirBU, Sept. 7.
At midnight a hre broke oat at the upper
Msfir.n nt tne iinion L.easruo tiouec. it
i ; 07-
building is a place in ittelf. iituatcd on
Broad street. It was constructed in ac
form of a cross, having , a ff
During tbc session of the Loyal Souihciii
Convention heio, it has been ho hf-Mn-r-
. . . . 1
tcrs of all tbe tiromincnt stranseH.
The circutnetanctc Connected with the fire
render it nuitc ccitaiu that the building was
set on fire by an ineendisrv. Only the roof
atd upper itory burned, i'nc rest 1 1
splendid cdilioc is uanijgcd by wat' r, ' t:t
tne injury wilt soon bo repaired.
All the paintings and f-.irnitnr- v. ! -AU
losses covered :! -n.- .
After t'.e 1. 10 i a !.. di;
and tbe ijI n.-t wr-j, i in ie-, ti,
crowd were astouiM.cd . -i .1 n u"l
The report ot the (.'j.umiitec upj.i t
condition of the Southun States bt.as
Unionism and eonscrratisni as cxistiog tu
the South previous to tho war. and then
shows fioa the absence f those dements at
this time, that there is neither Unianum
nor conservatism at tbe South. Thev charge
that they are driven to make this appeal to
roe Amcncui people in simple tcU-octer-ee
that tfle disuniotusts arc the maioritv
The Committee close t!-i ir remrt with the
loUowing dcclarau jn
--We desdare that tiitit-i-au be im cca
nty for us or our child; en, there can lie
salcty fur the country against the now con
solidated power i.nd uudying purpose of
sectional disunion tuts unices tne guvemmcttt
by national and appropriate legislation s wll
confer un the citizens U the State, we re
present the American birthright l iiapsr
tial Etifiiagc, and equality before tbc law."'
To. 1 pyrt pusent.- ; sad picture or
:. t iue Sjnth, t'nij.itst' catrywhere
tti wbitp snd bliek an- vrivntcd pro
.liU'l. llic j.ag..e Hi.-; luij.t .eh JoIiumiii arc
always. applauded, ii.cp. - age ki impar
tiality ;uli'r gc v.ar Itudiy chtered, ever
delegate rose and again aud again cheered it
then utter they sat down they again rose and
ehctrrd again. Tbev r cheering n-iw, I
dont y.vi hear thcia ?
i'UILAUELI'HIA, St Jit. 7
Alter the adiiurnmcnt vestcrdtr after
on the audience were addressed by Mte
1. in. iiioKiu.' r., wnose appeal lor jusuce
t tne cn.'fcd e.voel'cd all ntr previous ct-
tjiuaua Hon tin tbe s-Jxiration oi all,
She was followed by Fred UoDgtaai, whose
triuuit 1 was eiiCiiilv groat with Miss Dick
ins'-nV. Thi.. dorc Tiiton .f N w Vmk als
rddrep.-t.d tii- mtctia.
There was an cumnir svs.i'n uf thf Con-
mention, when an attempt was made to ad
yourn sinr tiic, ht t border States looking in
t '..it way to stave on the negro aunts ge ques
tion ; Iut after speeches by Govs. Hamlin
and Brownlow, both deoUring for impartial
mtJing,-. tne motion was witnorawn.
KtnuN. Sept. 7.
i be bill to annex Hanoi Htatie, Kamu
d Frankfort to Prussia psMed the Chaai-
1 " 0! Iicputii s. rhc Russian constitution
:o take effect 0t. 1st, 1807.
Count Bi-wark has iulrodueid a bill for
a- aci -lioD 11, bcblewig and HoMem to
Prussia wu'. Ht exeepti'jn ol district ceded
to ujn.i.urg. ?axony givr up t i rruM
loi l.iriiTi- ..( Koaigsten.
Xlw Vusx, Sep!, e.
Tee Hrratil't Xt Orleans spteial despatch
',sun known to Itovrrniaent offii-ials in
w Orl-aiu that Maxirailixn bad arrar-d
'tcrs i:i M xi n i- a 1 Uvf to an early
:rti:rt i r -.troju some weeks ag.', bat
Fr"i.h authuiiticii rfuasi to permit him
eat ut that time, lt is now believed
the dif&eulty has Ik en arranged ,nd
- lie will go soon.
Sa Faanlisco Sept. 7 th
nor-er exr- irton to aid the Liberal in
M xi'-'. ia -M to htre sailed last night.
rkrtTOX, Sept. S.
.'oui dt.!;'i i:vui ebolcia o.varred in Rox
1 ..y tiii we-k : the dpi-e is oppJscd to
I .e K'lii communicited irom vessel di
( rgin-; eonl at rhr whart.
Vw Y-i.K. Sept. 10.
I'Lc K u in C ig:cs.j Ii.ij .'.djmrned with
vi day, having iiccn in session all Saturday
1 ;!.'. I i. V.". If. Roberts was elected
1' . Mdent id the Sta.ne awl J. X. Fitzgerald
1 ijidcnt J r Mi-.bau Speaker of
t lljuft. Gv'.. Sweeny was
C j'ja-tV.rv ..i W.r, but uu suc
(mor was turned. His accounts were satis
I. .tory ii -t ;.i was bjlic-ved inoimpetent.
(;.a. O'Niel a appointed inepector Gener
al ol t!.f lri.-b Kepnbliean Army, and tia1.
Pai'v 1 1 wilituy tJrjuilir.
Xs YdBIt, &.. Ut
C . 11.' Bicaiaik delivered a signifiacnt
s 'th in tbe Prussian Legislatttre on the
'1 ult., i" di-fentf -f hi German jtraesa
t it -in , lie di.xliiits Prussia must lay
1 i-1 on ami k.x'f. wii.it i offored t- her. that
t Kni'i-i Ciog.- Wuald produce war
a J that tl e ( r wu i- determined and ahle
1 ijeliud th; new ti-rntorial acqoisithms.
N'W 10K. Stpt. 10
A hit 11 :nisiiig ji terdav morning de
ttrcyed ...ir twenty buildings, including
V..i Arvlca's I?rgc tile-works. Fifty families
r- rcrdercd boundcsi. Los rstimxted at
f tO.IKMI: only partially insured.
St. Lorn, St !.
the President and others of his party rode
c it for several hoars to-day. The President
g its reception to-night and many perrons
re introduced to him.
The excursionists start for Indiana polb to
morrow morning, thence to Louisville.tbcnee
to Cincinnati, and on Wednesday to Colara
I os. Uo Tbutsday, they leave (or Pitts
burg, and on Saturday tbey will return to
New Tosk, Sept. 12
depatcii from Niw Oilcans says reliable
ii rmation is received that six colored sol-
1 were n cently monlered in Jeffrrson,
iv. Wells and Hon. Tb Holinan, Chief
tr tho Bureau of Emigration, had an inter-
w with Mr. Smoynk, a San Francisco
uiorchant and his agent J. N Stickhind,
who proposed to introduce Chinese labor
here in October, 1807.
Tbe act of Congress of 1862 is regarded n
barrier to this scheme.
New Yoek, Sept. 12.
An Ottawa despatch says tbe bcadquar
ti rs of the Canadian Rifles has been removed
l.'im Kingston to Niagara.
The Canadian loan bus I cm withdiawn
. m the market as a failure, not halt Ihe
i ount laying ben taken up lb u:h t!w
1 orist was 9 per cent.
Government currency paper will be h sued
t make up the deficiency. Several indc-
odent companies are arming themfives
ith American repeating rifles
Srw Ohjuks, Sept. 11.
J hire were 32 cholera deaths yesterday.
Sne Vobk, Scj.t
Monterey c.rrespoodenee ..1 the ill ult.
- ys Gen. Sheridan s visit to the I!io Grande
id a great r fleet in rtstoring cjntidence
.. nong merchants and others Jo ires was
i-sati-fieJ with trie term- ac rdtd Mejia
. his suiD'iihi and bad umlllanld his uffi
. -s bclore hro. The Fnneh rub. in Jlon
; .ey was a reign .it terror to the Mexicans .
9, insults, imprisonment- murdc: - and
. iiuscnuona 01 properly wire puui-uuielils
r trordii utterr,! in fisiiat MnwMiiMi
the French were to evacuate Sin
tOfi. i-ept. Bth.
Tl Vohk, Sept. 12.
steamshiii Fulton lias airived. Eleven cases
:.nd nine deaths Irom chclrra oece.rrcl in this
LoitsVILlE, S.'pt. 12.
The Pu.-iiiemial -arty left hit evening
1 CinciDoati mlcndiog to naeu tlierc at
IhiroaiAM to Yocsc Mrs. Secure a fAor
rovgh Practical Buiincu Education at Bry
mt, Strattcn & Chimberlin's Barlingtcu Bo:i
ntsa College. One of forty-tight conntcttd In
.ilefi'oii sustaining an enviable National rtpa
'. itioa. Advantarcs far superior to any that
. ,n effcred by a mere Itwal Uitituf-on. For
Bbtaxt, Stb ittox k Ciunhebiw,
mM BarliBon. Vt.
the f I! .wioR from tic
Died At rTmooski, t, on TuerXiy, July
" 0u Kar vt l.er age. Mrs. .Utemisw
j Tj"lfc,-1 f v l",tr,.t?,1' . .
1 . the dtath of this excellent 1 hnstun lady
friends in Vermont and New Vork, hive aui
taiacd a great less. Through a pcriud of lea
ais Mrs Weaker had been a suttcrer from dis-
1 1 the heirL -.'. i fn w this central orgam
Mini' '.t f.i.-u -u!t. 1 thcrdisiMes, caus-
i-.'sv wi'tn"- i '' i, which she
W.v r . ! Jit. rim rsiti. : - .it Jnent near
lj tm vi .is ia Now 1 ;i I -iy. wU'i utr daogh
ttis. hi.piag tl.'it a cL.u t t" clioiii" sn 1 the
b.-st me ileal ai ! urht restcre I:t, but it : -s
, in ain. The sp riLgs cf I!tV wire f3ita! at
1 ticked. Aftr efthi. -he aaticroared that hr
death would be .-a Men, sU therefore set her
house in order, and wnt-tl cheerfully the com
ing of her Lord, who foui d L. r b !if' duties
done and in re ijiaess to d.-'ps-!.
Mrs. Weaver became a Cr':! -.n her yuau.
hfae was a member of the Cvip;'re:;ik.nsl church
at Winocski. as I had been Ac-iuaiuL,c40i ccar-
ly fifty years. Her conii-'' es of truth aud
duly wire dear and stn.L!; t'rem these she ,
eoohl not be moied. A 1 if.d who koew br
intimately, ouee sail u her t.i.t '- ii the wbele :
world should nncur-e CixlitMify, it would ,
uot mote her a a!! " Her epmioas and senti- .
meats were net adopted, they wtte her osm, the 1
result of her own reading ;.i.d i -Seethm. In
the uklst of domestic cares, -' lond Hot for
reading bfcti on rfllgtt,u-- an! - ;u!ir eubysets.
Even ia her hst years, with nupiVed vision,
she stcdicd her Bible !:;',- i.iii. tnd also
read to keep hciscit biuraci t.1 ihi- Ktressof
public eveuts, at.1 if the tne-siirt; of e Gov
ersmetit, iu -si! a.ih 'i 1 . ien,tikable
and patriiotic Uiterr :
Ajuiicieoj und kkl mu:' 1-, r lotci br
cfaihlrca il!, a tiuc imlliu'e l..-..nul tliroach
lite devt ltd terse!, to iheir zoo i. Their eduea-
titmasd proper f. .'r.icg bid 'ver been her
chief care. Inker it! ilion to the church, she
was cwTftutlifiil to lei -Mvituuit vows, and as
active as her feeble heaii" ircui ; permit. Gen
tltaes.:, lui!i as a caturid w.tn.' .-at asobeof
" the fruits i.f tbe Spirit.'' wa.- a lis'.mguishing
trait ia her character, beinc; tke outgrowth of
the " love, jjy and pca-"c" that reigacd in ht-r
heart. -Moi itg aai-. it us for bait a rectory, iu
the exercise of these p.- s, 'he wnn tb; n spt-ct
and 1 .re of all, sol
' Filled her pt'.i wiv i-ci-.n Lvht."
Borli.-iston, Vr. .1 K. C.
MoracBS ajcd Xcbses, if t 11 ; i .0 t ucaston
to administer remedies for Dya.;- ry. Diarrhea,
Colie, Cramp. Sick or Sour Si am .eh and the
Eke, don't fhii to gite fr. Bi';kr.ell's Syrup a
trial ft is advertised in auottiu mm, and
is really alt that is chime 1 for r.
t'smbridge Cattle 'IhiKi i.
t u. 1 ; ka 1 . 1-apt. I
As-.iipt ni Liia Stock at Market.
Tittle. Sheen a Irak
This week, 115s ;UV- 197-2
from V'ernit,nl, H
PrteeaeXilarket Baaf extra i3 ;:'.
First qoaUty 12 mail en.
SeeuM quHty, II 00 cf 1 1
Third qaality, SSI 11 10.
WoralagOxan pair l.vi, o -Vi. a
Mile Cows and tSuren, t .. " ;.- 1 -..
Two yean uhl. $15 tc .v,.
Tureo years old, f a A 75.
Prteea of Bnaan and Lambs la lota tt 11. 1 .
, JWa 350 each -. extra T e. , or rrom
av."ic if 10.
isonair loam to a.: ,n ac 1 1
Vaal Cams t3 I'. .
Tallcw 89cf fh.
Fwlts ema tiaaeh.
Calf Sxiai &o r
Cattis isat the sanis r.um' r.- ,.r t'itlc&sLa
wcaB. wmca Ware nil ulSDOasd rr h-l.-ra tha alaaa
of Ute market. Tha drover dvsr.- ! in urleaa thli
taoniiaK a tria, tnt Botln.s 1h. fold Botha
Batatahttt, and beun; anxu.as to - 1 ft II haea to
lA.l weaa's taotail.B. Ilaaiit at 1 at th
BfieeBaad l.sanha The tuiset i.mio w nntie
KunHUH wimt prise,. 1 ''
were wraairht ia iron VttwiM
Wiasrt ir, tHip,. 1..
FLuCfL The marke: f r Floor 1 .1.--. and Brian
bara boao steadily advancing fc.- v a;o .! ly. Tha
la 'imte amali. roe recamts tor ..m; wsatn
saarecly aaaieeat to meet tha waatt m .0 trade,
aad we look for a good rirse ot t'Xti until .an
nhea arrive oaorstreely. T&eilts la- bees at
tnoafiisnss Wl tor Keileru rapnoiic, with a
Mail itoeS. and hot little i"en:p1 t.T tha d-
Siiriptlon j cuauBso extras have Uot. oamaad,
with taiesatfittsvioTi, lp t fl ffi: ifortw-
eis', acd sueit ettcis dcsrnptKin 3 :u..i cKe op ;
median extras at SllaTiJ anil eooti an-t (holea.
Corn Meal $t 7i hid Vr i'-.t 1 Hamla
Kvo tloar 1,1.10 itsuu. a and extra.
ttBAIN. Tt-e mret fiirecrn 14 Arn and nrWs
Lave Impnivsl, hatdemaid fruia lae .rade eua-ULDA-i
Bwdarat: Tt.c sale kat-- '-eti at liuZ
I (OlorBOUtaera veuos : .c C f i tnr HcHsrn do 1
an Oi SB Sac f.ir Western m.xeo. at sre &1 Ie
aTS;Se ft.r old Caaasla 1 C9t.r new Ver
naont: and 45a?63c Hit ttrstirn. In K. s iiieaxlm
have titea eontsBid tufiull 1 iat it & 110
"wni. won, Dau nsrc icn in nma .icsuod
With sales tt $t 3 m 'a tar commco anasmtMrM
pod 1 tl U e ! TS fur marrow; and -" 1 SO or "
extra i-ea. laaadareaiatfl roi 1 fr bum
ter cood aaJ oholee. Earley at si Miurtu
C 3U per ton. Fins Feed $11 ". n 1 mlddUas,
at 38 0 33 per ton.
PRuVtaloMS Thert L a -..-I ieuaai for Pork
aad the mark at Is ins ant &:h?r. The t i!ei hare
btaaat taiSOCJl r.r p.im ; J 11 5 3, i.r mess ;
and 33 at to tor clear, cah. ''-aiv. with
salu at $20 tt ii for wen ; nc .1 f..r taua msts,
aad tas m t a lamtty. Lard ji -J! 0 ? lh. In
bids aad Uaicei. hmokei Ilaiai 1:1 i -a iia t a.
Batter reolai&a about tho tsme a pravioaily no
tierd. hat thl tcotlenv 'I" urlsa.. !- tt. li.wnr rklr.
ThaatiMk ai choice iaal.i l isr m-iuL ins
sales bate been at ituvl-.t Ytr..-v, : xadNaw
1 ora dairies. uK-lailinc vtry t-iioiec. at tia lattar
rate ; 38 4"a for Cara;t -, an-l :-j u ' .i.r West
era, diets has been In an iterate Ua.ud, with
salts at I. I re fr uroc:-. an, 1:. : for tic-
wfoflL. ! ilaiuic.! K 1 U. .,1 . , 1 ik.
sales oraeteo and pallet! have been eonsirai-la at
tirtces utdcatinir verv litt'a ehauBa .mr nnr i.t
report. The aaiea havs be. a "ii,i0 8. at prices
ranaias from 3 ?c ir flew, an 1 ka hi h m 6rs
forthabeit grade ot'vtr i r.al'c). Com ag Wooia
are very seam and this it -t npt'..n baa t decided
S"i-t. lh, :m, at thcresidaneo i ii ih. ma..
by the Hc.Ur- Baffird, Oecr,c . iln.ik n- to
Mrs. BeUen Ladd, both uf this city .
I&thiseilv. Wedncsdav. Sent. .-ib. ' 11. ,..-.
denoa if the brides tatbar, by Rev. B. Id. Whillci,
j.B. HALsorot rairmivt., to Mi- ImeE.
Tsssabt of uarlington.
InJericha. Aan 16th. r- iter. Au?iin lfati.n.
Osuas O. bTiasaa and alUa liArtr Packab.
iBdiiaha&tei.Seut. Sth. Mrs Maur ii i . wiJnvr
of thi late Amos Qale.axdl r; vcr,.
la WtlltotoB. Ssept. 1st, Ersajn- M Wnw. atxd
Aot Colcbaattr. en th niorein' 1 f tn s ;t init..
8ssrge K. Piatt, son ef Jim, : .ml -' nay A.
Piatt, aacd ill yean.
la I oath Gor:iiurt.m. ..tt.. Mi- 'Hirrr vbsl.
don, aged si years,
in Hianbart-fc. el.t. ith. Mi Cnliii.t.-i slnno.
witeof N. W. Stone, of dvjeatciv.AjcU;.
WE UAXKOTTOO STRU.VGI,T UI'.RK
the atteatioa cf our reader j aearefnl ponual oftho
east Iwtia Tea Co.'a advwrtlaciacBt ia aaothar e ;1-
1. Flo dad , aa thfi mark eti are. with bate adal -
terailona aad puisonous eompoands, it is refresiinj
to Sbm ahoaaa of mch standins;, setthut their iaeas
so ttreagly ajpointt the tide ol siealatioa aad earn.
That their priecj are 1 r low can be sees by their
prise-list ; that their gool are Br;t can ' a
uevidad by a single trial.
t'KACl: I1ATIIITS VlfrrORlK-s TO
prevent vr ooaqner dke so i- a grand acfaievment ;
ami as saraly as bullet aad ldji.au will dettrci,
a.' tarily will Iiny! ETTK!fS PITTrtS (-reserve
and prolon. lit..
This Is thaBtotttrylssliieiiodof lhayear. Tts
atamma of the atroageit yield, mora or Ian to as
cohswbIbk temneratare i-i mMsuamier. Vttr
octes from every peps. The etrcEsth of inu past
es awar in invisible vapor, acd weaker woman
becomes rsixed and neieritsi. It was to meet
ikI a.m- j ueclhit IltetctUr'i fitters ware yen
to sveiaty. It is to uraient the etil ooasauuesoes
tu which an ani.rs-cl, dt f itted, debilitated or
ifaiiuatioB L lialle, thatthc) ai nooBaaiendadai
a Saminer T. nlc i -r Kth iev. . O d (H-nj.la Jiet,f
titanr.lon ciery -. , wb . u-iitt tare Vspt dcith
a! ay 1. r ji-.ri t-c "e x .a-i .oil re; ,rt t.. t' :s '
j.ci'ttrfnl ?nd baiiuie-s vegetable -trniachic
Mrc ttntls of the cMiiuieiiitv, rich as well as
po. r, suik erntinall.i II their bacdf are uaam- 1
p.o) ti unir iiraitu arc ' ur , ano tirad wori is as
daresiag to the vital energies as Ktircular toiL
. ... .... . .... . 1
faiMwc 1 ut sviitic wna
iiesieiier-e Bitters and i
I ac wear and tear orbosineti life will be eoapar- J
atJvely anfolt ei en ia the coat oppressive weather t
No languor will be experienced, for as Hut as tha j
vital sweesare txpeaded, they will c recruited
and renewed by this healthful restorative. Asa
summer Iavigcrant it la indispensable tnronczand
old. Sold eterywkar.
PERMANENT AND WIDE M'READ !
ii ths beet cvideLCe of the goodoeM of DRAM.
DRETU'S PILLS. They s!,uli be la every family,
ready for ufe on tbc first symptoms of disease oe.
curriatL This method will often aara life. Re.
CHOLERA JlUbT BE TREATED AS A POIEON,
aad your safety dtciands lt should be get ill ol
without delay. Colds, rheumatism, asthma, plec.
riry. diarrhea, eoiic, ia bet, all sickness Is the
ccniequenee or active Icparitlas In the blood.-
Tkt:e lelnc removed, the tet'th is rtstored at
Obcerva ay name ia tha Government stamp ia
whiteletterr. Sold br DrugglsU.
wlOmldaw B, BRANDRETII.
I Qbitgabt. We copy ti
' '-'lotansuf theN. Y. Tia
rt 1. m. t 1 ,r.
BLACK AS A CTtOV.'.
afiwjearj flats, wasminj-a plndht keJ that
IsnoirgrayorgrktleJ. n'bynt rstora to tho
yt nnvrlnkled brew iUraven honots ! Tiro min
utes effects tie iplendld trassfrati n. to lent
tiros than a riflecuia would ta'to to
LOAD J1.YD FlttK
three time", the creyest hea-t may ho n-aile itarker
fosmiwof what uaesslraM tint the Uiur 0.
Khiskersorbsardmay be, the ehaacato a superb
ami perfectly natural Mac It i, rra.tli-
eit !iy one applleatlou of
Ci'Madoro's H:iv Qyv,
without atauuae the skin or Injurlar the SUmeats.
ITaaalaetarcd by J. Cr.I8TAD0RO, 6 Aster Ilouse. j
Keor Vork. Sold by I)rajnrtJ. Appltvt l.y all
Hair IVrrr. '
1 t km aits, proviub roi'.nsEt.rns j
with TEItRV DAVIS' PAIN KILLER at t!i- Masoa '
'.r too year, when Colic, Colera Mur! oj, fysatery,
Diarraea&. amydbjableyoarhaadf. Tsa itla
rery easaof Uttklod, aaimyearaior if, ir It im
not fSeti a meedy otra.Bu! ba sure 5 oa tn:t to
no ' thar remadr but tha oM, '.oap lrie.1 Perry Da
vis" Pain Killer, wairli tis nanr Insr ; ccwledea
WI1V WU.ti'.VOi; iH'I'PEKl
The remedy ia within reach or aiL
Ciayamut VM xtntt oBuetu, wfll oils yea cf
aU Kiamu DiuMr; RkiumtUiim, Uvtr. Uratet,
I) "ftf, and CJkroaK Omvrimui aad will renew and
rc4or your cxhaoated and failiu; CBersics. I
im baro baaa a too eager ar, efpUmturw aetb
:k r wfll do you to Btacb seed ss swtttmJtr't Ex
r.itt Bcu. Formaay diseases tsci-ltat to lecaies,
Smttmi-ttr't Bvcka la a sare and aovereiso rcmsdy.
Crt Ut ftntmr. Prist trntf Omt Dmljtr.
Soldby A.C. ErtAB Co., J. K. Kiev, an
VKhtlH ftfcOOSas , Bootua, Uaoerai Azaati.
ASK FOR 8JI0 LANDER'S P-lC'lt .
A sura Preventive ai. ! t ore 1 r
h ilera Morbus, Diarrhoea, Uynetitrry,
Hnmmer Cumpiaiuts, fain ih the
Stomach atHl tluvrels,4tr.
Its nion is immadiata aaJ eaicarfooiAa ; i.;n
uead by UaaBsaa.1' sines the Chciera Se'snn
'S. Fhjsiciaau uaa .and raeoKmend it. Alia.',
tail it to be the Heat Compound known r-j the
Complaint for which it is designed.
STODDARD BUBTOS, ProBtietors, Troy, S. V,
ForsaMbyall JOrosxist'anl rIer io (e-'I-iaas.
AirB Is :um.
tR. ItlfK.YKL.L.'S STRt r:
CtSOMjESStl IZihll F. & 1
All. t tmterf, ZNarrtara, Claim IMn, Summ-r
Crmftttmt, Pa ar Cramf ia Staaaact ar tomtit, Sk
r Saar jtiaiart, Painter's Cafe ar- aad a warranted
to ears or b pay. Is purely ret able, withon; 1
uarthda of ophite at- amrcette. m j hly aromatic,
lery-pbaaaatto the taste, mild, bat ara In its
araraa aai aLreilj-Jieu ta 10 ;c, acts
Uae a eaarm, altbrdta al-i lumwdiata
rtlVr. and a ta;te of tha artli!s will tuirfy tbe
Bi-t rMuloas of thesa tkrU. S. M .,y ill 3,;u
m moBcras. Please seed mr Tr, it,
FTspvrad oaly by EDWARD SUTTON. P . ;Jctu-s,
R. I. DEJIA8 DARNK8 V CO., rSe-V. r. Oes
itch: itch: itch:
cmth 1 Surnlcb ! SerntrJi '
HILL CURB THE ITCH D W DOIT.S.
' l-.o aura Salt ii n nm, CLcrBa, CaiLtL.ua . aad
iU Kaomaia or vara 8ciar. Price :o cent". F r
ale by all druggist.
!v -eadlivt eO eeais ta WKKK8 A PuTTKK, Gee.
Aiests, 170 WashhtEtOB rtrtet, Sottoc. it trill
forwarded by until. free of Bwetaja.tn aa a.ldrr .
ho t ulttdautea.
0 'J-.. IS6o dawlvr
Mt taring ami CsIbb your w ite Uvti
xOm . Box of lha Paan'a salt Manafaetar:i;(.' .
(Pateet; ri" 1st and th. 7eS . 1 )
CONCENTRATED LTF. X
It r U maks 10 POUNDS of eveeiieBt tiara dt.p.
01 i tiALLONS of the vary Soft Soap, for
ray about Si CENTS. Dirertioai oa ea'i hex
F-r sale at all Draft aad Sroeerv ttora.-
Pal una i.oxaf SapoalSar into three saltans ,r
water, (kneek off the end, aad let the bosboamittll
it eraioies ittelf, then take oat ths box,) a-td foor
i'I a half pmrads of tat, and let It Ml I hoars and
10 minute. Then add a ssaall half pint cf salt,
and tet lt eon liana licilmg Xi auautea toaser, when
vuaa.il half a tallon of er water, and lot it cetae .
toab0. Poor a small tamblerfal of cell water
into a tab or box to wat it round the liiee, thaw
am&ty tht, soap in, to stand all Big-lit, ni en! It
in l-an. in tbe morulas.
Hade ia the saos way, with tha exception
a.ldinossa saloons of water iaad n salt. SI
y-snsidstaai iraa itUtr.
AA EFPBUrD.T,v"oltM "MBHICI .VB
Or Wcraa Loxeoxar. Kaoh aiekaets, audoabtedly,
with chiMran aad aaWlts, attributed to other cans
ch, ;e o.-caauae4 by wormJ. The "TaaaurCiu Cos
nnt." althonth attaelual tn destroying worma, eaa
do no possfhtoiajarr to the moet delicata child.
Tin, ra.oaWe combination has been rucmMfui:
sa "y Boyjieians. aad found lobe safe and sura
ia eradicating worms, ao hurtful to children.
CIH1.WIII5N HA VI NO WORMS require
ixmc t.tte attention, as neels-t n( Hit tr nMe rftsn
eiusw prolonged aicamess.
SVPTOMS Of WO It MS IN CHII.IIKRN
an often orerlookod. Worms ia ths stomach aad
boY lacuisa irritation, which can be removed only
by tha use of a sura remedy. The combinatiaa ot
in,Tcd!eatf used In maUna araans'i "rirmiftsi
Camtu" it snch as to zItoUm beat p-isrihlo aRaet
CCRTT5 A-BROWN, Proprietors, New VitK.
Sold by all Dealer! in aadteine. at v. cts 1 box.
May I. le-dawiv.
FOtt SPKCIAL CASEcl, caahe ohtaieed only at hi
once, No. 29 Union Street. Providence, aad are
saatbyextwasaln sealed paeias, rr,.i
rrats-, to all parts of tha oonutry. Tk-tiam.l
curt ntrfSnt, bat for their raspaotive perpoee-,
li'tftttrttf tare aarfwa'. fgf- Cirenlara sivln?
full intbrnuuioB ar Me kijittt tr,iimoni:. 1-, a
buvk 1 b frtcil DuetMtt, ins, itnltii rmr!. tczi
fres. 3T Br m smi itx4 for then, fi r without
rtcrncM aoadrartiaiag phyataiaa ahewld be trust
ed. Koelosa a stamn for postage, amld.rect :-
DR. M VTTWON. N-. Cnioa Sin at, Pmt ulence
R. AUE.at.l- '. t
HilltOlts OF VOt'TH.-A t.'ESTI E
man who rufferod for y.ars from Nervoai D.;.u.ty,
premature Decay, aad all tie Tti of yo-jti-ol
ladlicnUoa. will, for the sale of swueriBZ baiwi
rtr, send Irae to all who need H, the receipt and
dlreefjona for BatHng this simple reaaedy by wbic'a
he was eared. mUersrs wiehiag to preat by tha
adTtrtbet's exEcilence ejndc by t.lrei..IaE, ia
parfset eon dene e.
JOHN E. OUDEN,
No, U Cedar bt . Nw Vark.
WHAT A AVONIlEItFCLiIJlSCOVERV
is PERRY DAVIS' VEG ETABLE PAIN KILLER.
It Bet only cures tha Utsel the human family bat
. . . .. ""'i'
iiaiso the euro remedy for horses with nolle. !t
has never been known to fall la a cure el the worst
cases ; aad far sprains, galls, etc, It never fails try
It ouco. Directions accompany each bottle. Sold
y Urogxi't ?eaerlly. avh eomit.Ki.Urmt
The ce'ebratodDR. DOW continues to dovotehi
aetlre time lo tho treatment of all diseases iacWent
temalo lytUa. An experience of twenty
three years eaables him to guarantee speedy and ,
permanent reller in the Kwrst eaies of Wriim .
auu tu titer nenitmniDeTsnjtmtnU. from iriifurr
came. All letters fcr advice must contain tt-Office
No. 3 Eadieott street, Boetcn. J
N. B Board farclshed to tbote who wish tn re-
main under treatment
B'sUn, Juaa'JI, IE60 d3tawlyr. 1
THE WEARIXG OP THE GREEN.
Hat prefect greatlyliaTOgue but we pUv the masy '
ho wear they.eUow raUow eoua tecasee which
tetokens jaundice, bilHoutness, and a general de-
ringcment of tha liver, which Van Eusklrk's cele- I
brated Liver Remedy would rarely eura. Seead-
MART II A WASHINGTON " HAIR
VTouM jou have calk ajvllostroaj loeij. and via
Tflth beauty's queen, tho soiMess of th sly t
Or Is your beauty tidln; to decay,
Tour raven tresses pwiln-fast away .",
Or Is ast drawls: too untimely near ?
Do eQrsry locks upon your h-jii appear.
Then why of youthful beiutr, why despair
When there's a bafca fcr evorj- sllrcry hair ;
That's sorrovs, lever's raraies it blesses
A euro restorer of thoec mL'siagtreKes !
From her bright Itckj tho Immortal nase it won
Of Hair Restorer -'jlAErnA Washixsto.x "
Then hie to tho Store .ust across ths wsy,
Aad st a bottle n!th ths least daisy.
Sou livaRTWHsar. Price ii,tt I
SIMOSD3 CO., Provrtttora. j
55 V ! K Y Y O .11 A X
In the. Stand
SaouM rtar ard itn.tnilr ll.s.a Isroit'ut ;':
Jmtaa Utiiamrt, it i, irnmnHU AVaf frm4 :
Ixacorrhea (or White-), Ameaorrhea (mpp ta-
aisa), AagaBoTsaacaiflow'uiz). Dyamcnori hen (pa n
fal laeaatiuaUon). Dyrpepia.Sieknavdacb.e, drax
EtBS down anuativas, loss ot straosth. mental de
pression, constipated Nnrls. sleepless nen, irritaMl
ity. and tha iaaumerabie symptaau of low vitali
ty and disturbed circulation are rmrrd hy .this tv
tradisary mediciae. o tevptmmfti ia water Is
worth aaave as as anawafti; Taaie, than any
amount of Aiecholie r.ittera, which ar" alway at.
tended by re-act! on and depression.
SR. UOIIII'S NliltVlNK
eqaaiixea the circulation of theNtrrous Flood, pro
motes the free circniationa of tin Mocd aids dl
EastioB, cares eostivcBeas, regBlatas Use bawels
and rattore tha vital orzaoa to their natural ae
tftstF. MeaKfaauso Ormc ar other potaoncn
dnsz, aad as an iBvisorator will maVa stmn; -atwi
bawl thy the weaxast tyatam.
i Ke wsaBa ahauld despair of perfect restorati.ia
tu health astn she has thoroughly triad Dodd'a
Nor viae. All drBzxists sell it- rriee, JI.oO.
n. C. STOKER A CO.. Proprietor:,
7S Fw'.t"B Street, Nerr Vina.
Jans 31 wivr
ArKW WORDS OF COMMON JtENE.
Dow law there are who at not a!ject te some
aATection ai taw laBgs cr respiratory organs, who,
by select lag premonitory mpti.aw, azravato
tho romplalar, until disease strikes Its shaft, cans.
hag inexpressible texture of the patient, and anxlc
tr aad disrresaa to friends. "Only a cold ! "A
slight sore threat '" Is the heedless remark of maay
wlumso siTected. Tea: "Ooly a eold," wa tho
thoughtless expression of thousands whom death
baa atarkad for his pray.
Forewarred Fcrearmed ' sliauld le the motto
foravar ia the mlBda of all sabjoet to Coagb, Colds
Catarrh, or iaSueBxa. Woris of advice should be
heeded by all saiTcrint; from Asthma, Bronchitis.
CoBsssmpcisa. Kailef is withm their reach; and
If ne elected, fatal eenjequencts Tcasae a life of
aalsery a dolly, hourly atraggla for existenee.
A contest ia which these eaa bat oao viator
Dots it not appal the strongest mind, to think 01
tha result caused by neglect ' Then why delay
What excuse eaa ha cCerec. when timely warnla
Is Bounded ia year ears V, baa tho Hanrer ta
, itted cot. why not avoid It ? SIabsdcs's Pre
loaaL i'.ui has been used with tucceas in nearly a
miUion 01 eases, and I endorsed by the Medical
Faculty as tha most prompt and elBcacitas icmady
that seieutif c research has dlv overt d, to relievo
and ear a all eases of rcasght, Colds, I&lucnxa, and
- Coasomptlon, If tie case is net beyecd all hope.
Evan whan lha su&ereris In tho last stases, be wUl
aad rePef by naiag this prasaration. Ose bottls
will eoaviBoa tho meat incredulous that the merits
of this rreva ration arc by no mesas exaggerated ;
in (set fall for short of thaeuloglea teste wed upon
it by thoBSawide wh haw bean auted by its timely
seeJL gwarantee acCDmpaaies each bottle, aad deal-
am are instructed ia every iaataaea to refund tbe
mosey, when this preparatica tails to relieve.
Prepared by T. W. Marsden, Broadway, New
Tack, aad for sale by all Drassiat. Priee. tl per
WholiaaTa Asauts. John F. Haary A Co. ,V.ater
bettjr, tbso. C. ttoedwis A Co. Foatrn. M. S. Burr
iMARtOHCirS CAUISAVA TONIC IX
ssatialssssuta from Cholera, ataliasaat Fertn,
fjarall Pox, or any Cutaneous Aftettoar , wfll bo
foemd is valuable, giviag tccato ttosstans, and
ramoTlag all the proatratiag aActo tteMeaUI to
illsaaae The sniveraal aad popular knowledge ol
the virtue of Tacs Caliaaya Bark requiras ao ex
planation ; centuries havt- passed since its diaeriv
cry, and it is now reccgaiaed as ths best takrifags
which hoamtifwl uaturs has favored as with. Sci
ence has diseorered many aattheds of extracting its
virtues, sad reducing, to a small balk, the native
principles of the Park, vis., Onaiac, Cbchsiiae,
etc., all ef which an tevalaahla as medical agents
The xi eat want of a mOd and reliable tonic Id
eases of Debility, Night Sweats, Scrofula. Dyspep
sia, Loss of Appetite, and oiler dlaoasea irvidental
to a dirorganixod sjttem, has mduced nee to present
this to the medical piolersicn aad snaVers, as the j
moat reliable, safe aad powerfisl toaie that eac be
prepared, ccsabieinz. as it docs, all the aetlvo
pitacii brs. of the True Canaaya Bark, with other
ingxadiaat. wfcirh leader it tho perftetian of a !
remedy far aU the abode diseaaes, J
rpa:sd by T. W. afaraica, 4C Eroadway, New
Voik, ajal for sale by stl Drwcnat. Trice I per
John F. Henry A Co., Waterhury.
Geo. C. Goodnin A Cn . F.orton.
it. C Burr Co.
aJT tsT a avv-T a
liavesavco o-.-.re than 00 persons from ceath,
fcr ther cure n a sirg'e dny, C'-.'-lera, Diieatery,
all Sin-r.fr C 0 i;aint. lever and Ague, and
Neural r.a. A!.". a 'im cure f. r Diptheria. C. ujh
and ilhemut ;sn. A.I I'rn.v -t.-eilti-em
OFJ.i:-: tKINER t Cel., rmprittur.
b'prin: Geld, Jlasj.
Prescribed Gaiden Seal,
I)jspepia, Indigestion, Ccneral Dehility :
nnd I'cver ami Ague,
aad warranted a cure. Invented by Dr. G. C. Sc- :
oca. ItUareztlabl- ecmpuua.lof thirteen dle
tlnet articles and is approved and prescribed by
the mad teal profession. A physician who has made 1
nse etlt in bis practice aays "It is harmless, while I
it ia patent ; nor does it as i the case with many ,
medicines leave a shattered ccsstltLtien In Its j
track." Sold by all Druggists.
0R1UN SKINNER A CO.
Sole Prep rletors, Ey rlnifield. Mass
Thctiadecantlla'.n itef any New Vork er Eos
tan JMSdne Ilouie.
Root and Herb Hitlers,
A STANDARD JIEOICINE. without the pas-
ilbillty of a doubt the best remedy known
fortie followmgand all kindred diseases: led!- !
- ... ...
gesuon, LOitircnen, taver icnpmnt, files. Head- '
che, Heartburn, Dyspepsia, Dlrrlaess. Scrotula,
Sal: Rheum, Languor, Laiiness.Dablllty, Jaundice,
Flatuleacy, Uumorj, Fcul Stomach, c.
5 By the timely usecf thix medicine the bloct Is
purified. The appetite Is restored. The system is
strengthened. The liver Is Invigorated. The
breath sweetened. The comnleiirra I. beantWed.
And the general health Ir restored.
A genUe laxative. An agreeable tonic. A
splendid appetizer. A harmless stimulant. A re-
vlvar of drooping rplrlu.
Bold byall Dealers In Meclelns eveijwbsre.
DATCIIELOR'S HAIR DTE
T11E BEST IN TilE;WORLD. Harmless, reUa
Uo, iastaataacoas. ths oaly rerfect dya No dls,
appointment, no ri licalooi tint, trca to natora
black or browa. Gemim u ilynri ITUliam J,
Sucirlw. Also, r.o;enerated extract of mlUeaenr
prejsrves sail hcautlliej tha hair, preserves bald.
Esw. 6oMkylldra(r?ttf. Factory sj Barnuiy
JOHN 1$. WHEELER'S ESTATE.
STATE OF VEr.kOXT. ( rrirjE Honorable
DisTatcTorCn!TTK.vtts.. X tha ProbaU
Court, for tho loitiict tr Chittendea.
To tho heirs and all persons Interested In the
eUte of John B. Wheeler, late of Barlinzton la
aaid lhtrict, deceased.
Vtberea. applicitlon hath 'tea made to this
Court in writing, by the Executor uf tha last Will
aai Testament of said decsaaed, praying for license
and authority to sell tho real estate crsaid de
ceased, for tho pay meat cf debts and charges of
administration, and settles 'urth therein tho
amount of debts due from tho said deceased, tha
charges of administration, the am"uct of personal
estate, and tin situation cf the real estate, and
that it would be Tor the interest el said estato to
sell tha real instead 1 1 tho rrennat euta for tha
I payment of debts.
1 HI . 1 ,, . ... 1
i.cicuivn, un sun loan appiiiuteil sua as
iltned tho -lin day of Octobsr, A. 1 at tha
1'rohate Court rnouu. in said lnstriet, to hear and
dedda upon said applicatl in. and petition, and or
dered public notice thereof to bo siren to all per
son Interested therein, by pulilWiInr said order,
tcgather wilh the fiue anO place cf hejirins. thiee
treeta successively in ths l)urlin;tr n Free Press, a
newspaper, which circulates in the neighborhood
or thoso persons interetted in 'd entate, all which
pubiieatioss sball 1 prenous to tha day aaslsuel
Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear be
fore said Court, at 'tie time aud place assiRned, then
and there in said Court, to ctve 1-on.ls. as tho law
directs, for tho pa) meat or the debt., and charse
of administration, and make your object tuna to tho
jryaAtiassuca license. 11 you see cause.
Qiven under my band, at the Probate Court
roc mi thli 1 i-h i.-y if feptemher, A . 1 IR66-
Vttr.KER h. BURNJP. Tteiister.
CIIARI.SS II EX WAV'S ESTATE.
STATE OF VBRUONT, f'IMIE Hon. Probate
Diatriotet Chittendea. s. . i Court for the Dis
trict of Chittenden.
To tne heirs anl all persens Ictrreited In the
estate of Char'e Fenway Ute r-f Jericho In said
Waatnas, applicatioa hath been made to this Court
in writing, by tho administrator of ths estate of
raid deceased, praying for license and authority to
sell the real ettate of said deceased, setting forth
therein that it would bo beneficial to the heirs and
persons interested therein that tho rams be sold
and converted Into money, and tbe heirs to said
estate leaioini; ia thisbtste tailntcc .nsented to
WDEHirrus, the .-aid Court appointed and as-sl-oed
tho 'Al day cf October A. D. I -1,6, at the
Probate Court rooms, in said District, to hear aad
de.-itie upon said application and petition, and
ordered pnMic notii-e thereof to be Given to all per
soc Interested therein, by pabhshinit this order,
tSether with the time and place of hearing, three
neoks successively in tha Ilurlictcn Free Press, a
newspaper which circulates ia the neighborhood of
thosa 1 eist-ns interested In said estate, all which
publications shall be previous to tho day of hearln;
Therefore you aro hetebv notified to appear be
fore said Court, at the timo and place aforesaid,
then and there in said Court, to make your objec
tions to the granting of sueh license, it vou see
Given under my hand, at the Probata Court
Rooms, this l'tii day or September, A. 11. 1866.
wllw3w. WILDER L. EUUNAP, Rezlster.
JOV BR.VDLEVS ESTATE.
a.rE,THESUBSCRIBnn3,haTlns been appoinU
IT od by the iioaorabie the Probata Court for
the District of Chittenden, Cosmissiccers to re
ceive, exaixine and adjust the claims and demands
of all persfLS. against the estate of Joy Bradley
late ol Willisttn In said District, represented in
solvent and elso all claims and demands exhibited
in osTet thereto ; and six months frosa tha day of
the date hereof, beln: allowe.1 rv saia Court for
that purpose, we do therefore hereby give notice,
that we wll attend to tbe business of our appoint
ment ct the dwelliES of Eradleys in V, iliuton In said
Iititriet.on theSccond Tuesdays of October and Jan
uary next, at 10 o'clock. A. 21. on each if said days.
joaiea tmi isi aay oi jaif, .1. a., ioo.
ROSWELLR FAV.f rr,ii
A. B.S1.M0NDS. i ComoiMioners.
HARVEV DICKINSON'S ESTATE.
STATE OF VERMONT. rpaZ Honorable the
District rChtttcnden.M.) J. Probate Court for
tbe District ot Chittenden,
To the heirs and all persons interested in tho es
tate of Harvey Dickin.ton late of UnderhiU In said
WniREAS. annlicatlon hath been made to this
Court in wrttlnic.by thoadininlstraiixofsaid estate
prayini for liceuw and authority to sell tho real
etate of fai.i deceased, except his homestead, tor
tha patmeatcf debts. and ciiarcs of administra
tion, s.n-1 tettin: forth therein the amount ot debts
duo from the said deceased, thochares of almials
trativn, the amount of personal estato, and the
situation ef the ril estate.
Wnpir.f.croi, tho said Court appointed and as
alcned tbo Jtth day if September A. D. lsd'.,at the
Probata Court Rocm. la said District, to hear and
decide uinn stud application ar.il petition 1 and
ordered that public notice thereof be siren to all
persons Interested therein, by publishing this order
three weeks successively, in the Burllncton Free
Press, a nowspaper which circulatesin tho neigh
borhood o. those person Interested therein, all of
which y.ablicatloni shall t o previous t the tlaia
appointed for healing.
Therefore you aro hereby nolifleilto appear be
fore said Court, at tho time aad place assigned,
then aad there in said Conrt. to sire bonds, as
the Ia.v directs, for tho payment of the debts, and
chsrrrsa of administration, and make your object
Sor.3 to tie granting ef such licente, if you see
Given ander my band, at the Probate Court
Rooms, this 2-Jdday or Anzust. A. D. istfs.
we3w H ILDER L. BCRNA P, Re-bter.
LIFE, GROWTH AND BEAUTY.
3Ir. A. Allen's World'
Hair Restorer and Dress
ing invigorate, strengthen
and lengthen the hair. Tlicg
act directly upon the roots
of the hair, supplying re
quired nourishment, and
natural color and beauty
returns. Grey hair disap
pears, hold spots are cov
ered, hair stops failing, and
luxuriant growth is the re
sult. Ladies and Children
will appreciate the delight
ful fragrance and rich,
glossy appearance imjmrt
ed to the hair and no fear
of soiling the sT;infscalj), or
most elegant head-dress.
Sold by all oDrnggiat.
Dcpci i08 & 200 Greenwich St. N. Y.
FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF.
1il STai.iiiItc, ISsljiale nu.1 S'rn.
Criltlt I'srfifliie tli.li.lsil frmia She
t:,r nn4 Itmnl.fiil 1 l.i, rr from
ttiir!i il lihr i! tinnie.
JlaonfartKreJonlT'rvll .!. .V pn.
TJewarc of Counterfeits.
1. 1.- fir 7f.iiri TiiJt 111, tlt.r.
fcold by drui..ftf cmerallj.
C1TV OK HCRMXGTO.V.
W A TEE LOAN
Bonds nf the City of Burlinijton are now
rendy for delirery to rersn.
,,,.. 1...v.J,v , ...
and all the Property of the iMty stands pledged for
1U pay ment. and these lvnds aro lsued In arcord-
anre with a Resolution cftheCiiv Cocneli.
They hare twenty vears to run wlib interest at
the rata ot 6 pr cent, with semi-animslcoupoa at
tachci, payable In the city of New Vork.
The tlnniti are lucd In Sums ol
S.W, 1 00, 300, $10OO.
Current fundi received In patmecL.
Burlington, Aug, 25 dawlf.
TKO COPIES cf tha DAILV FREE PRESd
or April 13th, 13, for which sUberal price will
h,PaIdt THIS OFFICE.