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THE BURLINGTON, VT.FEEE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING DECEMBER 28, 1866
BffS OF THE WEEK
1'aRIS, DM. 20.
The Montteur in an editorial this morning
thinks there isrodanbt that tuo relations
between Italy and the Pope will bo placed on
a round basis.
Lisbon', Vcc 20.
The iron-clad Jliantonoiaok accompanied
by other vessels of the .Vracricin flct, ar
rived at the Straits of Gibraltar on the 14th
Paris, Deo. 20.
Le Tempt this mornins announces its un
qiraiiEed belief that the Emperor Napoleon
has received official intelligence of the obdi
cation of the dulo Maximilian.
New Orleans. Dec. 19.
(j.Mionul Mexican intelligences states
t there appears to bs ao concord oraction
between Maximilian and Gen. Bazainc as
the Utter lias is-ued a manifesto that since
the Emperor lias determined to remain in
-Mexico the French will only fight in caws they
Maximilian Mill ct Orizaba and it i
ery improbable that he will take anT per
manent tepa until the millions ol money
promised him shall have been paid sn full
Three-fifths of the Mexican people south of
San Luis 1'otoei favor J uarcz.
Ortega his no party and Santa Anna i
deepteed. Gen. Bazainc ftattd that he had
tent a Cum mission to the U. S. to open nc
gotione with Ortega relative to the future
government oi Mexico.
Mturuis, Dec. 19
A terrible calamity occurred tare this
morcing. The cnfictionary establishment
of Joeerih Spccht, 20 Jladinoo St.. tojk lire
between o ana ! A. j:. about "a tiers-one.
were aleep in tr
5th and 4th etorie.
The fire which originated in the
cellar from t-oine unknown eau-e
filled the uppar sturies with smoke
and famee of burning charcoal While the
Sames in part cut uff egrew by the stairs.
Fourteen persona were suffocated in their
rooms or Ion their lives in attempting to
escape, by leaping from the windows. The
fire was extinguished before the building
was entirely destroyed : the front walls re.
New Orleans, Dec 21
The C ingressional Commit fee arrived bore
to-day with exception of Itoyer ol Ia. who
k cxpectml to-morruw.
The official returns ot the Nevada Mic
tion gives Blaisdell for Governor 1025 ma
jority and Ashley (or CoogreM.
Nashville, Dec 23.
An attempt was made lat-t night to de
stroy the eouth-boucd regular paf fencer
train on the Nashville and Decatur It. R at
Spring Mill, by arranging the switch k a
to throw the train off the track ; the lueo
motive,teodtT.b3pst;e and express ear were
overturned. The passenger car remained on
the rails ; no one was hurC
The New England Sieiety u( Nashville re
cently formed, on Saturday night celebrated
the Undiru; of the I'll-'ritua with a ruagnih
crnt tiHuet at the Staccy House; ab.mt 150
ladie and gentlemen were present.
The Concrcssiocal excursionist- will
reach here from Chattanooga ut two o'clock
to-m irruw. They are expected to remain
here long enough to go over the Nashville
New Yobk, Dec. 21
A New Orleans despatch say- the mii n
of Gen. Sherman and Minister Campbell to
Mexico though not a complete sueoe-s was
by no means a failure. Tl.ey did not land
at Vera Cms as it wouki have been a recog
nition of Maximilian's government, but pro
ceeded to Tampico where they met the ac
credited commissioners of Juarez and
after wards went ou to Mataiuoras, where
they had a short council with
other confidential agents ol the Republic
The result is that a definite plan of aetiou
has been agreed upon between tl.e U. S. aud
the Mexican 1'rciJcnt.
After the withdrawal 0! the French troops
on the 1st of March if any. fragment of Im
perial power remains in Mexico, the U. S.
will inarch troopx over the Kin Grarxla u
Gen. Sherman leaves for St. Liuis to re
port to Gen. Grant, and Mr Campbell re
mains in New Orleans to await events.
Maximilian left Orizaba on the 1 1th for
Mexico, not to perpetuate his lower but to
thwart the French, for woieh purpose ho 19
ready to treat with the Juarez or the I". S.
0 vt rnments.
Galveston, Dec 25.
The reported death of Eseobedo is true.
He was overtaken by Cortin.is and Canales
when in flight lrom MatamorAS and brought
hack to that city. After hi- capture a gen
eral insubordination of all the Liberal
cliques occurred in Matani ras, and Cenale."
gaining the upper hand, executed H-cobedo
n the morning of the 21st met., claiming
to ait as the representative of Onega.
The reported panic in Matamoras has 1
been confirmed and a general fight was ex
pected to lesult.
Nashville, Tecs., Dec. 25.
After the banquet last night to the Con
gressional party Gen. Howard nude an ad
dress at the Capitol to a large crowd of
Ireedmen. He congratulated bis bearers on
the evidences of tbrilt and odvancement
which he found eveiywhere amoog the col
ored race. Some of their schools he said
would do credit to the best white schools in
He earnestly exhorted all to a life of piety
and to ohun vice and sin in every form. lie
wa listened to with the closest attention,
and at the close of bis addrets, resolutions
ot thanks to the gallant chief of the Bureau
were unanimously adopted by the crow J.
Not the least tignificant of the incidents
connected with the Congrertional banquet
was the fact of its Wing overwhclnily at
tended by leading rebel citizens.
The rebel Generals Cheatham and Manny
and Ex-Gov. Ilrown made brief speeehees,
concerning the good feelmg and love for a
New Orllans, D.c. 24,
The Congressional Committee has been
completed by the arrival of Hon Mr. l$yer
Tbey havo examined some 15 citizens and
fome al-o te-tiGed before the military com
mission, and tlie testimony so far if the s.inc.
Gen. Sherman expressed himself Vt-ry dc
cidedly when visiting the c immittee in re
gard to the insecurity of 1 yal men brought
betore the State uouris, aii'i img jiarncuiar
iv to the recent decisions ugaint federal
."fiecrs in this city and also t the arr stand
imprisonment ol the Frccdiuen's Bureau
agents in Texas.
He also asked the Committee's special at
tention to this matter as the military could
offer no piotection.
New York, Dec: 2C.
A correspondent at .Madrid writing oa the
Cth, cxptcsses his conviction that the sud
den appearance of Queen Cliri-tina in Spain
from France may be accitpti-d as a certain
indication of a rapid maturing of the revolu
tionary movement, the liU'ral tenancies of
her ex-Majesty bein well knon.
The question of who will come after
Queen Isabel wascanvas-ed in the city, anu
it is said that Napoleon and Francis Joseph ol
Austria have consulted and arc in accord on
the subject or a new ruler for the kingdom.
New Yokk, Dec. 20. 2 r. i.
Gold opened at 1331. now 132J ; 7-30's
104i ; 5-20's of '02 105, of Julv C5 10S.
As will be seen by an advertisement in an
other column. Heset ahd Beecuek ss cn-
Eiged in writing a story for the .Vets l'orfc
Ltigtr. The circulation of the Ledger is larger
br one hundred thousand copies than that of
any weekly cr dally paper in the country.
In Colchester. Dee. 25th, at the residence of D.
Y. Huntress, br Rev. McK. Petty, Moses W.Cheney
tf Danville, and Mrs. Cynthia C.tVathbum of
UWIllIsten, at the house cf the Bride's father,
C. W. Brownell, Ftq., the 16th lnrt. by Rev. J. i,
Kaytud, Mr. WlUlam F. Whltnty to UiesZeruah
Cambridge Cnttle Market.
Live Etctk at Market.
Cattle. Bbcep I-itsis. Ewlcr.
ci2 as: sco
Prices of Market Ttere-,-,. to ri cr. t-
Hnt quality 1000 U OU.
becona quality ,9 00 & 10 00.
Third quality, 7 00 B 8 50.
Wcrxlag Oxen tpair $ 150, 200, 2S0 ffl 3)
Mlleh Cows and Calves, $15, Si 75 & 100.
earlirss $20 a 30.
Two j ears old, $10 a S3.
Three eare old. tea er. r.v
PriCCa Cf Shretl and IjdiKi Tn We tl or, 1 TJX
J 00 2 fill earh . evtr a ril eti 1 U rr from
Tallow 7 a Be t 2.
Peltt 7Jeiffl $1 on each.
Calf Stint liOc V E-
Cattle Chrlstntaa i. ft Tinr.r tv fnr nr fat tin
xataiMtuuiicn uujen, ana tno jew uiaiwerc
DrCieilt weTft Tif.f t all tnvimi buf Pnnlrro
had a decided fall Yesterday, Bellini, by the naantf-
tr ai lQW . 10 1 tX fni niHwia. AH lha tMnar.
ha.ethiral upcnthefcertiadtfThe number cf
vBtue was email, only lUm-. &Wbead, aoutojo
more than wanted. Whit few were disposed of
iv.B a rciucc. biiuj uraiuar, vim nut
Wednesday, Del 2i,
TLe rcartet for Vlflnr in milt firm f ir all ehr.fr
Western suoerllne at $9 50 It 25, common extras
v iu j4sr ii iji meaiamcoat u to i
and irood sr.d rLntrr. Irrludln. fKr.r.te SC. LadI
brasdi, at $14 50 a 15 50 V'!- tonthem Flour
liqaietMod prices are nmiaal Corn is qaletat
i . a i zj lor new, ana 71 la i ji lor oia ei.
low. and tVrttern mind attl Iffil i. hnli
t)at are (ellln; at cs a 7Se bush for Northern
and Southern. Rye $1 40. Shorn H e S3. Fine
xee iT37, and.MlddllnicatJ40i12 ton.
Pronjions Pork i tellincat $'.9 US lor prime
$12 W C 23 5-1 for ineM ; nd e a? for c.ear
cxth. l:rnncti from $'6?25ftbl rortness
and family extra Lard U'i 14c in bbls &sd
tierces ; and Smoted Hams ii C lie t 5 rtntrer
is eiiiDf at iu .iic ; aca i;iieefe u T 17c t a.
I as to quality.
FOR COUGHS, COI.I1S AXI) CON
SUMPTION, Try '"le old and wall known, VEGE-
TAB1.K rutMO.NAttV BALSA5I, pprevd tad
used by ouroMcifoRi mt celebrmtrd pkgnnant
for forty years past Oat the genuine.
RKGO, CUTLER A CO., Druggist, Btttton, Pro
THE ItKASONS WIIV
HOSrKri'F.R'S STOMACH 1HTTEKS
should hate a I'laee In lit cry Hume.
DKCAUSE hy invigorating the caaitltoi'on aid
the frame they atr-r ii'clnrii.
BKCAtE (espeeUUi ) tbair too presents the at
mospheric po son which causes rjilmitt from tak
1ns effect epentbe rjstem.
I1BCAUSE they core mJi.rtiim, and impart un
wonted vigor to the tttmtc.
BKCAb'SE tkey are the heat w.laig mWi
at present kaown.
RrX'AUSE they are the only pr aratiun upon
which persons of a Mini hobtt can safely rely to
itrp the hver it food orirfrr.
llECAt'bE they (sir and rrpM.'f tho towels,
and inrailibly relieve tbrm wheu constipated,
without cassine; undue relaxation.
BECAl'eB they slrrnerscn sir errc, clear tie
brain, and cheer the animal spirits.
BKCAl bE in case of an attack of ipasmor Mi
ll uj colic they are the best thin: that oil be ad.
ministered on tho instant.
B r&A CUE they combine tha three properties of a
tonic, an alteratiteand a nrrrico in their uUn itt
purity and perfectioc.
BECAUSE they are a tpwafieasjaiaat Ago and
Fever and all inUtmittents, and with all their po
tency as a pxeervatxve and a rented , are as awia
19 as mater from tkt mevntom opring!
Itee. 2T diwiw
l-KltllV DAVIS I'AX.N KII.I.IS11 DO
rivea much of its popalarity freai the almpilsrry at
tendins its use, whicn spre it a peculiar value in
a family. Tho various disease wli.ch i..ay be
reached cy it, and iu their incipient stages ersdi
cateii, are amoas; those whicj are peculiarly fital
i f so Bored to ran ; bat the curative magic of this
preparation at once disarms them tf their terrors
In all respects it fulfils the eonditioi.s of a p.pu.lar
Dee. io winso
THE I'AIX KlI.I.KIt.SO JfiTbVCB
lehrated, was iotrsda:ed to the public several
years ao, and aow enjjy a popalarity on quailed
by any other medicine. For the care of liiptherla,
Ij tentery. Cholera Uorbaf , Rhenmatiaat, LVachs
and Colds, Scalds, Bums, etc. It is without an
equaL Sold by all the principal drujjcua.--?!.
Dec. 22 wlino
A TIIOUSAXH DOI.S.AllS IX GOLD
against a Five IMlar Confederate Note, that Van
Bojt.irk's celebrated Lirer Remedy, contain more
mediainal virtue thaa any other preparations ever
offered for the core of Liver complaint and the nu
merous dieeues whleh a disarrangement of this Im
portant organ engenders. The testimony of hun
dreds who bare been eared alter tryiiur other reme
dies, induces this offr. See adreitisement.
TI1K IIKAI) OP A t'OMKT. ACCOKII
ing to Milton is rendered tenfold more terrible by
Its "Horrid Hair," and there are Uwurasdscf Sery
human heads wl ich mieht be rendered charming
by simply changing their tint to a mellow brown
or a lwrfcctly natural Mack whh ORlSTADORo'S
HAIR DYE. It if ridiculous to carry into society
a grey, sandy or csrrotty head, when Are minutes
would render it as attractive as Nature could bare
rrade It in her happiest mood. Manufactured by J.
CRISTADORO. G Astor House. New York. Sold by
Drujrgists. ArpHed by all flair Dresserr.
Nov. 23 -dew I m
COXTAGIol'S IJliEASFS. WATER
mutt be adapted to tho nature of the fish, or there
will be no Increase ; the toil must bo adapted to
the seel, or there will be'small returns; and the
humic body must contain impurities, or there will
be no sickness. The man whose bowels and blood
have been cleinsed by a lew
may walk therouzb Inreeted districts without fear,
"The life 01 the flesh is In the Mood." To secure
health we must USE BRaNDRCTUM TILLS, be
cause we cannot be sick but from unhealthy accu
mulation in the bowels or the blood, which Bran
drctli's Pills remove f this tat tho-1 Is following
nature, and is safe, and lias stood vhc test or
time. Sco II. Brandrcth In whito letters in tho
Government tan.p Sold by all Druggists.
a corn 11, a. co 1.11, ok. a
ReQTIRES IUUEDIATE ATTUTIOS,
ASJi SBOVLD BI CHECKED.
lr ALLOWED to toxnaCK,
Irritation of the I.unsv A
Vcrmaraeiit Throat Di
sease, or Consumption
is oftex iaa itEsrtr.
nivixo a pmi-i-r tsrLCEM s no sat ranis
C1VX llOtZMATB RiLizr.
I'or SroncliitN, Astlimn. Catarrh, Cou-
umiHivc iiiroai urw-c.-t
TSOCBES ABE CSED WirH ALWAYS uouu
SINGERS AND THBLIC SPEAKERS
will find Troektt uleful in clearing the voice wittn
tVe:i lforo Slnzing or Speaklnsr, and relievins
tho throatafter an unusual exertion of thevocil
orsans. The Troektt are recommended anu pre
scribed by Physicians, and have had testimonial!
from eminent men throujbout the country Beins
an article of true merit, and having preree! thelr
efficacy by a tcittf many ycarf, each year finds
them In new localities In various parU the
world, and the 7Wri are universally prcnounceu
better than other articles.
Oitaih onlr "Brotts's Bno-tcniAi. Thoches,"
and do not take any of the WorlkUa Imitoiint
that may be offered. Sold eTcrywbe-o.
Nov. lc ijiwtoox.
11R. MATTISO.VS SURE REMEDIES
For Special Cases.
Canbo obtained only at his c!Eee, So.
Union Street, Proridence, and are sent
by express in sealed packages, seoo-e rm
elimxlian, to all parts of the country. Tktf do not
cure eurrytUni, but for their respective purpose',
nrypen'tircyaarenerfiiar. Ef" Circulars glrisl!
full lnlormation wit the kigUit ttirtnuaisii, also a
bookouSrdsf Dutattt, In a ttoltd twlope, seat
free. JT Bt sxre md tend for item, for;wlthost
riftrtnctt noadvertlilng physician should be trust
el. Enclose a stamp for postage, and direct to
DB.MATTD30N, No. 23 Union Street, Providence
B.I. Aug.3i.lSS6 dawly
MINERAL. BATHS AT JIOME. A
few batis prepared with Struraatle Salts will ef
fectually euro Dyspepsia, Rheuraatira, Bercfala
and eruptions on the face. Bold by all drn gjtstJ
AX EKFECTU.VI, WORM MEDICIX
ur ttorra Uiengcs. Much sickness, undoubtedly,
"..a cuuirea ana adults, attributed to other cam
es, Is occasioned by worms. The"Vanvirric.Ciw
msaltiougu effectual lu destroying worms, can
do no pcSflHe ln'mrr to th m. .11..,. .viu
- - vv uwa w a,uuu
This va.cablo comtlnaUon has been rucceasfuUi
ccuoj pujiiciani, and found to Its safo and sure
ia craoieaung Kormi, so hurtful to children,
ft,,, ?i .... ...
-"luuut,.! ILlVIXn WnilMK
Immediate attcnUcn, as neglect ot the trouble oRct
ojbjcs prolonged sickness.
SVPTOMS OF WORMS IX CHILDREN
are often overlooked. Wcrms In the ttomach and
bowels cause Irritation, Uch can be removed only
by the use of a sure remedy. Tie combluaUoaol
ngreoicntj used la mallng Br.un'. "I'mnir..
CoMifistuchaato give tho best possible erTect
voi.ua ciiuows, Proprietors, New York.
a ao cy an Dealers In Medicines, at as eta. a box.
May 19. i;C6-dawlv.
HATCH EI.OR'S HAIR DYE
THE BEST IN THE WORLD. Harmless, rella
ble. Instantaneous, the only perfect dye No dls
appoluttneat, no ridiculous tints, trus to nature
Mack or brown. Cmuinr it tinrd w.aiim j.
Buekrlor. Alt j. Regenerated extract of mllleCeut
preserves and beautifies the hair, preserves bald
r-ees. Sold by all druggists. Factorv SI Bimln
ALLEX'S LlXfi BALSAM.
Is warranted to break up the most troublesome
lough In an incredible short time. There Is no
reined tLat can show more evidence cf its nfrila,
than tbi BALSAM, for curiae Consumption
loughs. Colds. Asthma, Croup, etc.
rhysieUns Laving Cosmrnvr latlents. and
having failed to cure them by their own prescrip
tions, should not hesitatt to prescribe this remedr,
lias cured cases wLen all ether remedies have
Consumptives, do not dtspalr beeauie all the
remedies that you haie tried hare failed, BUT
TRY THIS (1REAT I1EMEDY.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
Perry Tavls 4 Son, rroTlience. R. I . Acents for
E V K s; V W O .11 A X
S11 the Litiml
hen'.; n-r rcntrlr these iapcrtint fact
Among VrrftOfin, it it JV Bnan'i it Fritnd '
Leuccrrhra (or White.-), Amenorrhea (supp-es-
ston), Acesorrhaga (rlowln:), Dysmenorrhea (pain
ful men'truat'on). Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, drag
gtngdoKu sensations, lots of strength, mental de
pression, constipated bowls. sleeplesness, irriubil-
ity. rnd the Innumerable sytactoms of low Titali-
ty an i disturbed circulation are crrd by Ibis ex-
tradinary medieine. On. ttapooifl in water is
worth mere aa an lunzorauno Tonic, than any
amount f Acjhoiic ltters, which are always t
tsmdai by re-action and depreseloe.
nit. uoiiips ni:uv:.m:
equalizes the circulation of the Nert ons Fluid, pro
motes ti e free circulations of the Mood aids di
gest:, n, cures cstivenees, regulates the bowels
and ir.-tore the vital organs to their natural ac
tlvity. K .o(it 310 Orica or other poteenou
drug, and ss an Invigilator will make strong "and
healthy the wca'-est system.
No woman afaoatd despair of perfect restoration
health u'.t:I 'lie Las thoroughly tried Dodd's
Neriinc. All drunrists tell it. Price, $1.00.
n. B. STORER A CO.. rropnetorf,
T3 Tulton Street, New Ycrk.
in til w. r
.SARRIII WASIIIXGTOX " HAIR
W.uli: tou I.ivo .aik and lustrous loc.s. and vie
With 1 eauty's queen, the goddess of tha sky .'
OrisyourVeauty fading to decay.
our raven tresses passing fast away r.
Or ii age drawing too untimely near?
Do silvery locks upon your h ad appear.'
Then why cf jou thiol beauty, why despair
When there's a balm for every silvery hair ;
Tiux'c sorrow, fever- ravages It Masses
re restorer 01 those missing tresses '.
From her bright locks tbm ' wen
Ofilair Reetorer "MARTHA WasatxaTO.1 !"
Thin Lie to the Store just across tho war.
And got a bottle witb the least delsy.
Sold Evnrwasaut. Price 1,00.
8IMOND3 ACO., Proprietors.
I m i : c
S.M O I. A Mill ICS EXT IIACT OF
b SOLD br all ADotheearieo. everywhere, for
J. only ONE DOLLAR. It is a certain cure for
nicap- of the Uldiirjt, Cratcl, llhtu-
niliMii, (."(itil. IHoim. J'cniHlr
Disorders t (."encral Debility
arising tn.ru excesses of any kind Head the fol
lowing testimony of a CTy Musionart .
Charles rows, Mass. Nov. a, 165.
Me,rs. Evblhoh 4 Roerns. Boston, Slass.
! feel it a duty I owe to you, and to such of
tJiA rnmmnnltv are fiutferisc AS I haVC Suffered.
to make known ihrouzb the medium of 1 our adter-
sements the cure that, through the blessing 01
od tou Lave wrouaht upon me by using suol-
xpch's burEC I La" suffered over "re year with
. , 'n.v nan h had I could hardlv walk. I took
four battle? if bmolaLder's ilucbu and it cured mi.
IViLUAM 31. MEDias, city Jiiseionary.
All Anotheeanes tell this valuable preparation.
and ask only one dollar for it Try it.
Bl'RLEiUIl & ROGERS, Wholesale Druggists,
Boston, beneral Agents.
r T crIH.V--Tf WAV S1PPICE-
DR. J. U. SCIIE'ncK, if Philadelphia, has opened
n office on second noor 01 ro. js nauoTer mwii
Biwton. wheie he will be professionally every
Wednesday, from 9 to 3. Every person complain,
ing with Consumption or any olsease leading to it.
i. invited to c&ll on him He tires advise tree, but
for a thorough examination with his Respircmeter
the ehrrge is five dollars.
Dr. bctienck can explain to patients very correct
ly tho ttae of ttietr disease, and how t uie bis
matimnM rmMi-. h, Putmonlc Srrun. Seaweed.
Tonic, ant Mandrak' Pills, without the use of the
Resptrcmeter , but 03 It he can ten exactly now
fAr the lungs are gone, and what part also ; wtetn
cr it is Tuberculous, Pulmenarv, Bronchial or Drs.
peptic Consumption, or waemer ii 11 iccrciy u
ulcerated throat d catarrh, or from Liver Com
Hi medicines have full directions, to any ono
can tile them without seeing him, but if they lire
near by, and are well enough, It Is tt to see him
All three of his medielnes are required in nearly
every case of lung disease, for it is impossible to
cure Consumption unless the stomach and liver are
kept in perfect order. To get lungs In a healing
condition the stomach must oe clemtcd, and an ap-
Iietite fir good rich food created, to as to mak e good
dood, before the lunzt will begin to heal ; tb en the
ch Us and night sweats will stop, and the expeetor
ation ecome free and easy.
lie keeps a full supply cf medicine; at bis rutms,
wbuh can be had at all timet.
Pno oftlie Pulmonis SvruD aLd Seaweed tonic.
eirh 1 -'i uer bottle, tr 7 50 the half dote n. Mn-
rtrike Ti Is. cents per l'ix
OtO C U'JODWIS A CO , 3R Hanover street,
ISostn, General Wh lesale Agents for tho New
F r tale bv ail druggists w23wt
INSTAXT.VNE01SLY SILVER - PLATING .
Brass, Copper, German Silver, Ac.
Kcstorin? the plating where worn off ; and far
Cleaning and Polishing
Silver and Silver Plated
Tils moit useful Invention of the age Is a prepar
ation of rcRE silver, and contains n mercury
acid, or other suttnee injurious to meUls or the
hands. It is acompleteeleetro-plaung battery In
a bottle. Price GO cents per bottle, tor sale by
Druggists and Variety Stores.
HOWE A: STEVEN'S,
UANCrACTCBEBS. ------ B0JT0.V, MASS.
.1 II It s
S civ t n g oTiac m n e ,
"Its seam Is stronger and lt liable to riplnuje
crwearttan tne iwuku. i ...
or tkt urana jti. j , - tt..u
Zl- .l. ,.n.,.A.I n and samrtlei of Work,
S vtn;.' if ?ritehei. on the same plec.
of coods. "Please call at rcy lei room and exam-
lne raachlnet icr ycnneivcs. ui f'"-i
filled. nnVToa n A
Vos. 2 1 3 Cnion Blosk, Charch St. Barllnjtoa, t.
Dee 12,IF6 aimawiy.
TOR BEANS FOR SHIPMENT.
XEW rOHK I.EDCER I'OR 1807.
A Story by Henry Maid llcechcr.
TT HAS BEEN OUR CUSTOM, AS OUR UE-VDEH-S
,?m,Vre to engage, as ccntributori to tho
AV.J "k,Ltd3'r "mo cf th mo.t dliiinsxi.1 M
Lnnt?l L"."1.' lt"Tr cM not. nlyc lil.ii
country, but also Iu Europe. As a proo' . f ti.is o
CHARLES DICK ESS
. J-u re'er I r.I'WI" r r IttlT.
utnilV WARD lltr. I
ac - tiirr, Tino, as
i well tnown, have leer r-r fcr tt,? l.tlifr.
it E.V . If RVRV VJ inti 1 . . - rf
. --- tjii ..11.. it 1 cm i..n
J. . t-"3'r, wnicn wi' ext-nd thri'Uih ttrj.
,hSt .1 Jn dl)lll:n t tilts tewfeitcre, wo
tor from oar old and unrivalled carr. n 'c ntritu
n.. r. . ...
Carton, is Its own hr.t .H...t',. ..H
us. The mere fact that w are printing orer one
nun-ired thousand copies raoro than any ether
-i orumijy piper in the country, is pretty
lar blilter. It. . . . .
ly announced, l owing to tie fact that wo spare
r.o expense in gsttingup the but ran ilt rariR
r, s'w, "'gu morAi tone. 1 lie exalted reputa
tloa of its contribitors, tho prictieal and inraria
olr t.ura end h,ltbt- .l,.... ,r .11 1,. ..,!.!..
the care which it tk en thmt nr.t rn rtra r.fT.ratr.
wots.intuppearItlts columnr. and the sunerl
ority or Its Tales and aketchts. bare gained lor tho
SIItJS.J50UTUttUI.TH, MR COBB. MIb3 DUPY
t hERN.JoLnO SAXEaadahos .fohef
tfuw wnien. ere ririm tiy ,ti-,.k! in ,n i
fnr,l.a V.. . ... . rw " . . . . . . -
. . - ' ' " lot. ..,0,rr. 1I1CJ CACU llAUa Illgn,
and have tbeir Atimtrrra It. ,h.. nvrt llZJ
and that is the te.sou wh, we monop 'lno their
services. We male the belt nawrbv errolovlri-
th. . t-t... -
We irn tt,tn tli.t ... i.-. it t v- 1 . i . .
leara tlwt II R. 1'ahto.i will continue to contribute
to the .Yrw lcri Letjer.during the coming year.hls
admirable biographical sktte.ies. " TLey are both
cmcriaiuing ana instructlva.
run riu, who has leex w.t: ui fr.,m the
.""t "'ii continue to write ut tl.e r yoik
.tdCer dcrinr thft Cotnlnt. vr Kh. writ.. r.
JoUT U. Saxz. the most nonnltr nno' In I' .
vwuuiij, -riiics ouiy lor ice new tore ieactr.
ice following are some cf theonlclom. f n
From the New Yirk Daily Times 1
A Novel by Henij U'artl lleecher.
Ila Hkrt Ward BcFints !, irmw-mI fp.
tlllanCW CBOacitV. Ilo h2, an-i.-,it In ..if-. .
notel for the New Yort Ledrer, atfllD a cote to
nr. uomscr inicrms him that I e "hopes to pat
noueb mAnuticrlne In hi. h.ru. n.l.i. i.i.-.
be in the story early in 1567." Next to the ex.
hauitlers vigor and restless industry which dis
tinguish Mr. BsEinca. his rewlute readiness to
uuuerta- any nuo or i.us.t t , however i emote
apparetitl from his ordinary line of labor, is the
most remarkable. The more Le Las to do.the more
readily noes he letm to undertako new Usf.
This last adventure will be watched for with inter
est. The great success of hi j sl.tcr, Mrs. browa.
In that detartment or literature, will iuTite and
provoke tne eevcest criticiim ; and, if he aim at
literary ril airy, ettuer with her or tho masy oth
er noielists whose worts cow enrage public at
tention, ht his certalniv entered uon a task or
danger anddunculty. Mr. UeeiHiK, however, Is
ntt apt to undertake anything which he cannot do
well His resources are abundant, and lit lnul
Iectual vigor is rully equal to his courage, tte
are not awara of the suiject or character of bis
promised stoij. Mr. ik, in securing this
ne aud unif ite oontriouti'U t bis e.lumns, I,
continuing tne original and rilliant sueoetsful
career which he cm oeLCcd s . years go.
,Krtm the 'PritceUeorg ar,."t.. Marioorough,Md I
TuaNaw Yobk LiDoa Tne numerous readers
if this popular journal will be grtuied that Mr.
Banner, its energetic editor, hu engaged the Rev.
Henry Ward beeelier to wnto a story lorhis taper.
Ity the last issue of the Ledger we learu the wnole
arrangement has been perfected, and that the pub
lication f the tale will bo commenced early in the
NewYear.asd exien thnugb scleral uiontLj.
The fame cfMr. lleecher. botn as an orator ana
public riter is too wide-spread lo need fuitber
mention rrom us, but we trust that the energy of
Mr. Bonner, who, sinee the commencement it his
journal, b-J eatetei so sueeea fully to the public
taste, will, in this instance, as heretofore, bring
him a rich and decr ed reward.
(From the Fincattle(Va ) Herald i
Rav. lli:Rr Uabd tiaitnaa is writing trj
lor the New York Ledger which will commence
aitout the 1st of January next. A etjry from this
uinent and gifted duine, unconnected with pol
t ics, as doubtless it will be we think will prove
tery interesting to the rao.er. We adr.ie all iir-
us wbo wUb to obtain a splen-i.d literary paper.
t euiwcrirc ior inv ioger, as mere l. ntt paper IB
e United tates IL.l cin tta-t it m oth. t.
From the Min'ng aul Manufacturing Jour' al '
New Yobk I.ri.o.R Tun enterpTi,ing literiri
paper, alwa)storemt.,t in eearing simcthing vai
uible for its . :e circle ol readers, baa enraged
llenn Ward Beecber to writes eto.-j for it. which
mil continue dunn; sevtral months of nextyear,
From the PLiladelphia Ledger. I
Ma. Bo.iixb. the ej.tor atd proprietor of the
iw York Ledger, who it ever alive to keep his
sper ahead of all cimpetitiou. has just made an
arrangement the engagement tf IiKsrar Wi an
I'eECHER to write a story fur his paper whleh
mutt add to his already enormous circulation.
I From the Hudson Count) (S. J.) Democrat.
Way sLould not the Kcv. Mr. banana writ a
storv In the best ofbooks we are taueht br war.
asles and allegory . and Mr. Beecber ha, imagtn-.
tlon.and wit, and judgment, with a brilliant, at
tractive style of coinpinition, Khtca gis proxai
of eminent snecsa
From the Hartford Daiiv Poet i
Mr. KtejMr'4 atorv will luiiaHtliuuhh hl Ak.il
f'T with eteat interest. Tha inl&ilnn nt th
1 rdgcr le How larcer by on hundred tbwsuaael
c nfes than that t f any daily or weeAly paper la
;r'rom the Fssex , Mats.) Banner
The New Y rk Ledser. which is nsiTeraallT eon
ceded to be the best itorv nauer in this eoantrr. u
constantly producing cw attraction The "host
productions or tne nest sutnort" is wbat tie Ledger
(From tbo Port-mouth (' H ) Morning Carnnlcie.
The N'ew York Ledger alwais bae rote e thine
nice fir its readers, aid Mr. B nner his proved
that he cannot and will net be beat at a eattrerfor
b- public tat.
IProm the eirtdaasy (Obn Union.
The New York Ledger, which, aa a lit, rarv
jt-urnal, is, without t)neion, aJied of all others,
witt ee situ ioie atiricuve tor 197.
OCR TERMS FOR 1-67 NOW IS TUK T1HKTO
Mngie e pies. 1 1 teranrui -. four cco'c,. tit.
which Is 2 ccp i eigin c p'e? .' Thepar
ty wlo sends u ju r.tr a cla" or eight copies, (11
sent st one time.) will be ettitlrd to a copy firrr.
Pastmaeters iLd tttbtrs wbo :-t np club, in their
respective towLt, can afterwania add sinsleoopics
I j . o eui cripi.oi.a taken ior a iea penci
sa one jear. Canada subsenbers must send
e.ity cents in add t on to the suVoriptb n to pay
s American rosta-re. When a dr Aft or mono, -
o. tr can conveniently be sent, it will be prefer
r .1, as it win prevent the possibllit) of the lot ot
m ney bv mail. The postage i n the Ledger to all
t arts of the country is onlr twenty cent a year, cr
ti e cents a quarter, payable at the c-rhee where tie
piper is oenrerea.
no employ no travelling agems. uorets an
ROBERT lion.". r.K, I'sblUber.
No oiBeekman stieet, New York.
r DKREAS.my wife LydiaS.hss left my bed
and board without just cause er proTooAtien,
tbis is to warn all persons against harboring or
truftinr her on mv aeciunt. as I thill nav no debti
cr her contracting after tbis date.
i. i. i uuiiiau.i.
R.chmond, Dec 3Sth. IBoS. w26w3
paid ISTO CKRTIFY that I Lave this day alien
t liny son fjiaard Mulhanon his time untill he is
tv at -one years or age And I hereby forbid all
pert bs trusting him on m account as I shall here
al'.rr pay no debts or his contraction or claim any
pi y ror his serriees.
EDWARD X MULHANON.
Witness, K. N. MaRBitL.
Milton, Nov. 19 lM-w26w3
Are the Best In the Market New England Office,
2.1 Washington Street, Bolton.
11. C. IIAYDEN, Agent.
ORTAUI.E STKIM EXfilXEf, AMI
CIRCULAR AW .'MIl.l.S.
Tl - belt and most complete in use. Circulars sent
ol . pplleattoo.
WOOD A MANN STKAM KNOINE CO.
I'Tll A, N, V.,
and 9o MaUten Lane, New York,
WILCOX CALORIC EXOIXE CO.
112 1 114 Dorrance St , Providence I:. I.
Manufacturers of Caloric Engines, of various sire.
Recent improvements upon these engines have freed
them from the difficulties which have heretofore
existed in motors of this ela-r. Tbey are now per
ftrttr reliable for all uuritotet wbere limited now
er is required, consuming a small amount criuel ;
are entirely safe, and can bs operated by j ersons
U'tskilled in mechanics.
bTEPIIKN WILCOX. Jr., Agent
-I LUSHING For
the cause and cure c-f this
Jj painful emction read the amcal rr Pure
i axscal rr Pure-
2U cents. FOWLER WELLS,
The FruitUnd Estate tn the new railroad frcm
New York to Philadelphia Is now open fr settle
ment. The salubrious climate, choice garden
toil, and pure water. Invite all who seek health or
profitable employment, Farms at !0 per aero and
nt ward, eligible town lots and large water lowers
ror sale on easy terms. Persons desiring to pur
chase will take the Raritan and Delaware Bav
Railroad to Atslon Junction, or address WM. P.
SCI1ELL or SIMPSON AFRICA, Fruitllid P. 0.,
Burlington Co., sew jeriey.
HAMMONTOX FRUIT LANDS,
milT best omiortnultr'to secure a home 1 mild and
X healthy climate ; soil suitable for all crops ; the
best Fruit land ln the Union ; belt cf markets be
In" near New York and Philadelphia i from two to
population already Ifcatea, nunareat are Killing,
Vnorf aodetr. Tjerfectlr healthy, soft water, all ad
vanttget. Lands fir sale ln andarounl the famous
Dammonton Fruit settlement, 30 miles from Phil
adelphia. A large tract It now divided Into Farms
to suit the actual settler. Price ror 20 acres and
upwards from 123 to $30 per acre. Five and ten
sir lcti for tale, Tennt liberal, title perfect, Fcr
full Information address BYRNES . JONES, Marc
monton. New Jersey, All letters aniwered.
ir nnn acres of land war-
lO.UUU RANTS WANTED, at highest
cash rates, by HORATIO WOODMAN. No. 2i Sail
read sUehaBfS. Court Stjuar, Boston, Mail.
r ANTED AN A(iENT.-Oco chance iaeach !
It Town, worthy the attention or aa active!
business man, to take the cxclusiva agency- of the I
eiaij-a. appiiea to tne ocs, pottom, top, aal
centre of doorjand wind-w of every clcrerlpticn.
The tale of the article it beyond anything ever
oacred before to an agent, and i no which from 10
toii perdayeanbetnatle. Any person wis ing to
betterthciroccupitioa.hmH sent f r an Agent's
Circular. The first whoapply secure a bargain.
Terms for moulding cat!, .1. h. nRADSTRrLT,
1 nnn "ents WANTED. the best
IjUyU OUANCn YET. A work of Histori
cal value and National Intercuts. The only work
on,- ur Navy yet la the field Agents find no
v.'ujKctiiiou. mrrt ss,
F A R 31 X U T
acd oar NAVAL COM MNDER?, by Ilea. J. T.
Jletdley rle dluiifuioitd Antkor and Ifuttri.
bold only by Aeenu. Address, KB. TREAT A
lS:r.Pi.1lfber" 654 Brue.tr. M Y., or PITMAN
A LO.,2SohooIbt., Ccton
4 KB TOU BASHFUL.-Read the Asbdal or
-A. PUBEBOLOCV. fur 17. an 1 !ft .m linw f a ......
.uuio ii rim
WELLS, N. Y.
I-art, i(i cents, r 'LWERS A
. . "rJ ""mohii oevoiea i me interetni
lViX'l"in rr1f" ' per ear, in advance. Addrets
OtO. P. IWttELLa Co..Pub!.ners, Boston, Maw,
'IM1K AMISISC UISTntVOF
1 RASCAL IN NKW YOl K
i- b- .- in in last
Nf, pi:,.-.. with
. . c ' Mold
Januar) number of
coenie cuts. Now
by all nentmen.
waxted: wanted: wanted:
Agent everywhere tnr the best Or.e I' !.;r Pawn
broker Pal llf HtMtMrll .. . .'.in ! . .. t
for circular! ' '
IV. O. MOORE A CO . I . v -ttj.'. BojtGBV
OH PER DAV-Az".l-; Wanted. Wale and
. r remiie, in a 2lw. L(-',t rie-iaant-
tuii uuu ounorujic nu.tr .
cut, and Honorable Mi.lc
an or addrec-a
D. BOWMAN i CO.. IIS Na.j.c t
Toiell BAtOlOW f7..SS cfcKOVfi POLISH. i
w inveauon or the tir.- te-t Prar i.-al Wonh,
onvealetve. and heonetmv. artio.1 I(i !
UaMlble, for Polia'ln? Ult lire-. Mirr ... fll.lrf
iiilTvr. and Plalerl V,r. Tin .1 - F. . i . .
C M. BROWN, 71 tie. '.er N. .
SEND FOR IMMrilLKT
ThEATalKliT OF ( uNMPTl
e met of the
ami Air l".n;e,
M E I) I C AT E 1) I X II A I. A T I o .
In this mode of treatment rertietiv are rr. uijit
Itn immttfitlr eamtad ,ik tk.
to that their action I, d,r. a,.d i.ii. .!
etae taken Into the etomacii fm! r.'.rt rrart
U-ior or act ,in.f-,-r,l,y. taiaxUH t
Dis. FOWLKR DAYTJN. i. Am.tj St.N. V.
THE ('.VTA RK tl.
THE DilY L'PacUauic'ili cj..' -r.li I .-n,.'.
ottletfitl' it usually ratlLnt t iVfiVct a Per
manent Cu.e We iicouxen l t ittryonewbo
hat the Caurrh. either In iu mcit-t nt stage or in
its worst I. nn, to try Ue Kerne 1 a: once, an' j ou
.u&sc,idcmi Witt'. 'A I
Proprietor. 11. 11. BCKKINOTON. Druggists i'ro-
1-, and bv dmgg.ste tmrra
ill Katay or warning and instr
Qacn: alao, !MiWta&d.buciiii'h bnnuiara-
proitrmte the rital i vert, w-th sur m-n
elt.pctt. Atldretj lr J. SKILMN li'AiiHTON-
uim Ajsocutiun. nii;.wiipn, !.
liOW UUHL-; ove'c..tae this weainoss
read the lLLtTaaTCpABBi-iLor PsiBasioaA)-
y, ior i-t:, l, - nts. lOttl.M;.'. WKLL8, .
Vcscfafilc Croup Mruf.
1 UK CIK 1 1 conej like a t!,l t in tl.jidiL!-
Iberorore do n t tall u keep a bot:!r ,.f isunint,
ton't I'rt.up btrup by you all titot. !tin-t
and tale remtaty Icr tbilroop; ats the tery 't,t
mcie .n ior ine ii rotop ng t . st . v. . ar
suLtiarti family no.i:c.Ov i,.rn...rl l il;
r. rtrsaie ry tne
rui:gi- , generally.
ri.Oll 2S CENTS.-Tho lea tor.
U odto Asjsata ooa.Vew PatrntH J'i
nre to oolltnrrtrj fomtty. A r-AMlur., h t', tl1
particulars sent tree ny mau lor . icrnts. tbt re
tails eatily for to. Address O. W JAl'K-(t. JCi,
. ii utn street, tsammorv, sia.
J A MESS l'ATEXT
sir is hk a
.Neatsfsut Oil Itlackius.
Tb beat tticlc ever invented for coloring aa .
renew-Dg Harness and i arrlage Leather, and ail
kiadsof Leather upon which til and blacking it
wand. Potf ami at retail avaea whnr. and a wnote-
nlwtai pruprtntora. THOMAS JaMgSt'0.
I3ti Waahiagtonllt., Boston.
FOB THE MOST rOFll.AB
A nil Intel selling Ssbacilptlou Books
Wear th stoat axneru-rn l.t.h: i.h, r, in the
United state, flavin? six Lon.es. hn.t thereur:
can azTjrd to tell book, cheaper aud pnj agi ntt a
nor i literal commuei 'U tbanant oil . : ct.mpan
iur bt. do not paet tbr.uh the I. . f . f t tner-
1 A,;rt.ts, (v nearly all otto r eubecr , i -i wiTkt
it .) ttf relore e arc cnablad tjglve i ur rant-
er, tL.-eatra per cent, wtilch is uui .I-jwct
to Oenrral A gents. FxpericLccd cai i . rs will
e the advantages, f dealing direct!, vith tn j
pabi .nets. Our ric embraces the 1 ijtt popular
worts ntt all suljects u unpt rlaucc, m.d it,eilina;
raio'i. n tn ortn an4 soutt.
Ol 1 aentit. and all others, who wa-t t:.o ltt
pajiog agencies, will pleas tend Icr circulars and
ev . ar term-, an! compare tacin ami tne cr.ataettr
four w. rts witb tbire orother pui.i-ber. address
iATIUNAL PI liLlbtilNu 01 . 1!. r, Vast..
l'liiU.:c'.oliia. Pa .Cincinnati. Outo. I I. . 111..
St. Lout . Mo., ,ticbuior.d. a.
AbltrCLNESSi lltllnITT -ir ,-u.eand
Care tc A 1.1 oal or PunssuLojr. fr 1-or,
'Ublisbed t J cents IOiM.r-.iv A HrLLS. N. Y
IVINV PATK.NT II A I It CRIMl'liHS
,OK Crimping and Waving Ladies' Hair. No
1 Ilaat r ra olr ad in naittir then,. Atk I our Stor-
k re per for them, if he due not keep them, w-it to
the naaaafactnrer, E IV INS, sixth St. .-. t'clum-
Man Ave.. Philadelphia.
A I'ctv Tliotisnml
only of the Ticket now remain ur.stid, in that
popular entrt rise.
KELLY tS: C0S
1; 1 1: C X V K K T .
The m ,t tneccatf ul of the kind ever inaugurated tn
:,or lnlore Jmiuarj 11', I.KT.
Tlie 1 oBCert will poitllell trke plac.-. an.l. not-
wltk.la Mlinl. the unavokiabl deiats whleb bavr
ocarr 1, overythlng will dzuummated h.niialj
and iu.ruauy at tail.
the risJi.orroRTi .tin
Isnoo OVred to all to secure Tickets, t. wii'.li
mij . awarded the magnificent
Fir.-! Prize or.;:J03OOO
la Cash, or any on of the following
SECOND PRIZK.a (Jift in Ureenbackl $:it,iu
Tulnll do do do "t.0f
FOUHTil do ao ao i,tt
FIFTH do do do
SIXTH do do do -'.uxw
TWENTY following rrlMt HMM each ,
TWENTY next Prfa, 500ach Hymo
TWkNTV do fiuuach -",
ElOllTHL'KDRED Prltas. IOaeh -M
O.NfcTllOlSANDPrlzes, I j each "0110
ON K Trite, Reaidcnee in Chicago 5M
TEN Prises, I lty lota tn vBtcago, (.usi caen . ..,.
OKTY 1'riaes. llanoe. tM eacn j'.ikw
TH ENTY Prises. Melodaons, f lieacli a,t
Together with f!3iuU0add!ti..ail in value m minor
STBy direction or Meters. KELLY A CO.. the
Suoecrljitlon Books will bo kept open a apot.
nU licacts may m nan vi 1-10 .icw r.o.no
o. 13 Cuutt Street. Huston. j
rvTbe feubscriber it proprietor of tne oldt.t
reriodkal aad Newspaper House ln New Enia.nt
ettabllihci at la uourt street, notion, in 1- 1 -ir
luntti all who subscribe ror tLete Tie'.ct, that
the utmost fairness and honorable dealing will t-e 1
observed toward patrons, and that the Concert will '
really come ou aa aooYo looioairo, aa atcsrrt
.. .... . 1 . i . 1 . . . .....1 . . 1 ..
ami v,j iu 11E01, i,,i,ii, rfittmj ruiim,
togivethe Concert rtrior to Mr. Crosby's, which it
fixed fir Jan. 21. At the rate that Tickets are now
selling, In all direction, tut a very lew days will
elapse before the balance will t-e exhausted. This
is therefcre believed to be
THE LAST CI1ANCK.
All who desire Tickets should apply at once.
Vor sinnle Tickets. tLe price is one dollir. Five
Tickets will be mailed for (1.60: Ten lor $900;
AG'trCSS. V1UI mult in icwiu,
UlAniica i iiAuiir.iv, jjooateuer.
Agent ror New England States,
I I Court Street, Boston, Mass.,
. . . . . . I
rilllE Pew owners In the Congretlonal letting 1
J. bouse at Underhtll Flats, Vt., are hereby noli- ,
fied that there will be a met ting ot sild pew owners
atsaidhcuie on the 2!st day or January. lr7. at 1
a o'clock r. M .for tne purpose or orir,
o'clock P. M , for the purpose of organizing said 1
etuBS to tee if said pew-owners will mikeiueh
repairs on iiiunuunuuij ovuiougai oestasa
to appoint a Ccmm'ttco to apprize said pews at
their value nd alto assets tala pewt to defray ex.
pente ol laid repiirt. Alto to appoint a Ccmmlt
tee to tuperintead laid repairt and a collector, and
to do inch builness at cay appear Proper and
nece- eary according to the firm and force cf the
ttatute in such case made and provided
AMOS EASTMAN, ")
E SAVILWIIITCOMB, j Owners ln
D. C. HUMPHREY, f
j.ime, risi ii.i.-,, 1 ma Lcoroi
BUHL U. DAY. J
Cndtthlll, Vt, Deo. lith, IHt.
AM, Til E XEWSPA PERS
Which advertise for us, will please say to their
I numerous readers, that Laving sold our first batch
j o aoout
Six Thousand Diaries,
w'.njvs by great exertloasecured another supply
' "hlch weihall be glad to lend to those who ant
1 ttDl ln theircrders.
I Alto that we hare a few of
ATWATKRS DIRECTORY. WALTON REGIS-
l tlt,antl AUCLL'3 ALMANACS,
I still vn Land, ind that it Is now time for every
body to send In their
MAGAZINES TO BE BOUND
Wholesale, lists and retail lists or Diaries will be
"J m?" t" wnoappiy lmtuediatelr to
' CLAREMONr MANUFACTURING CO.
1AMK into the enclosure ot tho subscriber on the
j inoaay ot uecember, lnst. a small dark roan
Mare with spavins on each hind legs, star in the
iviwiw, n luuri uu anu louuuerea. Tne owner it
requctett to prove property, pay me for the keep
ing anu for the puolub.Ir.gor this and take her
y- a.VMUtL HOWARD,
Milton, Dec lS-w3a
TO SOLDIERS AND THEIR HEIRS.
U.VITED STATES CLAIMS OFFICE
I'or llounties nnj Pensions,
JT THE COURT HOUSE, RURI.IXGTOX, IT,
A. J. 1I0WAUD, CLAIM AGENT.
Widows or Soldiers bin children nnder!
fears or age aro entitled to increased pensions,
i tuna em ratnert are also granted pensions by a
zccwni ac, oi longrctr.
Dee. It w3mins.
THE LATEST PARISIAN NOVELTY '. I
AN" EVENING ENTERTAINMENT.
Dei il't Tears, ?5cti. a bottle Falling Stars. 0
ett. a package-Meteoric Showers, S3 ets. a b x
brilliant Itrawing-room Ughu. 5n ets. a box Blar
ing Vapors, .lo ets. a package All ot which serve at
hi 'hiv entertaining narlor diversions for both old
Every body's Friend, Sctt Book ct Wonders,
26 ctt Short-Hand without a Master, 25
ets. v eotriioqni..rn made r-asy, IS ctt. run lor
tne Million. ctt The Ditappearing Picture. 2S
ctt How to wr te Lettert Correctly, IS ctt Uuido
t. Etiquette, 15 ets. Bridal Etiquette, 15 ctt.
Courtship made Easy, IS ets. Housekeeper's Own
Buok. 13 ets How t Buy. Tame, and Reephorses.
IS ets. - Knowlsou's Farrier. 15 ets. Home Cook
book, .H) eta Parlor Magician. 30 ctt.- Parlar The
atricals. 3 ' ets. Parlor Pan-omines, 23 ets. Five
Hundred Puzzles, 3d ets Fireside Games. 30 ett.
Comic Cuurtthip. t ct. G reat Fortune-Teller, SO
ets. Photagraphs of Distinguished Pereonages. 23
et, each The Amateur's Uuide.or llow to bet Up
a-.i Act Theatricals in a Count y House, SOcts.
C oics of any or the above books will be sent by
mill, pott-paid, on receipt of price by
11. C. HCSTED, 10J Nassau St, New York.
Nov. 23 wStu.
LIFE, GROWTH AND BEAUTY.
Mr. S. A. Allen's World's
Hair JRcslorcr and Dress-
no invigorate, strengthen
and length en th e h a ir. Th ey
act directly niton the roots
of ihe hair, supplying re
quired nourishment, and
natural color and beauty
.eturns. Crcy hair disap
in t rs. bald sjMts arc cov
ered, hair stops falling, and
luxuriant growth is the rc
.;iilt'. Ladies and Children
inV appreciate the delight
ful fragrance and ricli,
glossy apjtearance impart
ed to the hair, and no fear
of soiling the sl:in,scal2, or
most elegant head-dress.
sald by all Drngglttt.
Depot J,98 & 200 Greenwich St. N. Y.
'1!E eiijtjr.ee of the Bank of Durlintrton, char
tered t ) the Lastaiature or tne state oi ermont
ana tnealen at Bnrlineton in said btate Wat ter
mtna'rd areeahljr to the lawt of said State on the
10'bdayof tntember A, H. Wt, and notice It
i fce'ibr uiven that said rak will redeem Iu out
standing bill . .....
Th f 'llowli; act of th Legislature is published
t j direction . i a!d Bank
Bit otder of tb lru-etor. ...
! O. A. DOTiOR, President.
1 O. A. aUIINEl:, Cashier.
! Barliugton, I ee. 4tb,
' AN ACT relat:ng t the redemption of Bank
It is hereby can t.d by the Gcneial Assembly ot
tb cute of V -moat.
Sir. 1. Attn lite expiration of the charter ol
any bant ehti'tt ' l by this State, or alter the
i lermirati. n .110 existence of aay such bank
' agreeai I t" tlie laws of this Mate, such bank
may cansr n"l.ce to be published in ail
th ' I j rewoiDMS of the County where
tu"h bank b looated, far tne full year,
aetting f-'r.h fiat said bank will redeem its out
, tand.n' Ii..-. the day of tne expiration of its
I charter, .r the t'ate r th termination or iu exit
' lcnc,a 1 a -t ; 1 . f ii.lt aet, and upon due publl-
cation ' u. . 1. t.i-e celther sneh tank ncr its
facers - -it.. 'ti'!t toany action ior tne non-re-
demati' n 1 an f i.t oatstandlng bills unless the
same aba. I tavt 'a daly presented and payment
thoreof i.-uin 1 1 w tbic tha year aforesaid at the
1 anking b 'i-i'i nrch bank.
sir .' Alter tbr exoiration of the charter or
afuru term.mtion l the existence ofanr such
rank a. a' -,aai-i such 1 ank shall cease t be sub
ject to Ibe 1 pirat-oL or liat le to the yroviiiont or
tin niXo-C.id 'ic'.l'n of chtpter ei.hty-nine or
the tiancral Statute.".
Sac. 3. Ti.it at.t shaU tak effect from Ut pat-
"Spprovetl Nov 10. I f. wZJwly
'pilEevI wore r.r the Farmers and Mechanics
1 Baak ebartcrerl b tlie Legislature ol the Ma to
of Vermont and located in urllngten in said Stata
was nrainl-i agrewbiy lothe laws of said SUte
on the loth day of September A. D. lrC6 and notice
it herein given that said Baak will redeem Its out
Tb fiHlowtagaet of the Legi-latare to Vermont Is
paMuhed by oliectlon ol said Bank.
o uer ci in I'lrecior,
T. E. WALES, Tres.
tf. F. WAREK.Cub
Burlington. Nr. ists.
Ke?Iatintrit ihe r. ilrrapllon of HanW Notes
Itithtir'y rnaclfj ly Ike General .infmWy
of th' State of Vermont :
Sac. 1 Aflertheexpiriticncf thechartercf any
I ank chartered b th.t .itabs, or after the termlna
ti.tn I tho exitteace of any taeh bank agreeablr
to tl e laws , f thit State, uch bank may cause
n-ttice t. te puhitshel In alt the weeklv newspapers
or tlie count! where such tank it located, ror one
lu 1 year, setting foith that said hank will redeem
its utttandiug bills, the day or the expiration or
1'. charter, or th date or the teminatlon or it! ex.
tttenee, and a copy ot ti t act. And upondueuub
iieation of tucli notice, neither such bank nor its
.racers ebatl be liable t.-anj action for the non
redemption of any ot its outstanding bills, unless
the same siail have been duly presented and pay
ment thereof demanded within the yetr aforesaid,
at the banking house of tKh hank.
itxc -. After the expiration or the charter or
after the termination of the existence or anr such
. ank as aforesaid sweh ban! shall cease to be sub
ject to the oparmzl. n or liable to the provision or
t! e sixty-third sxtion of chapter eighty-nine or
tie lienSr! Statute.
bai.'. J. This Aet -bill take effect from Its pas
tag. Approve i No.ea.bcr is, i-Oi.
i,"ov S3 wlyr
AMERICAN LITE DROPS!
For the speedy cure of
j t-oab, Colds, lloarseaeis, Sore Throat, Bron-
CUIUS, nr. ou ma 11131, 1111 nil aiamou
F. r Ovc years hai this article beea before the
peiple, and th Terdict retu-ned trom every quar
ter, by the consumers or the hair million bottles
that hare been sold withia that time. Is, that
IT ALWAYS CURrij."
Read the following, which It onlv a specimen of
the many lettert we are dilly receiving -
"ObbivSkibbsr Co. -Sir : NotwithJUnding
my geaer i.rrjodlce against proprieury (or
patent) metlldnet. I was Induced to buy twobot
tla or the American Life Drops, through th
high recommendation or tbem by a fried, at al
wait curing IHpttherla, Coughs, Co.Js, Bora
Throat, Uronchitu, Ac Mr ton, ilxteen yeart of
age wat taken mdden'y 111 with Diphtheria and
could scarcely speak or swallow, his jbreathingwat
to bad. We were much alarmed, tut deoided to
try the Life Drops, before calling a ph tlcian. By
utln-tha Drepi according to direction, he was
soon relieved and the ditease entireiv broken up.
I let a friend suffjrlag with Rheumatism have one
i or the bottles. He tayt the Lift Drops gave Im
mediate teller, and are the best mediclce .he aver
used A ramlly near him suffering riom Coldt and
L'Icerated Sore Throat, used tome of his, and wer
cured in a short time, blcee then I let my brother
1 i.i.n h,rr.,rtflrm!fl. ana witn wntcn ne
cared a bad ease of Diphtheria, lie is eonttalntd
to acknowledge that thty are valuable.
Truly yours, .. A. B. ELDER."
The Lire Dropt are earerally prepared by
0RRI.N SKINNER A CO., sol Proprietorj.
And told by all Drugglttt.
Oeo. C.Ooodwla & Co., Reed. Cutler A Co.. Rus
1 Bird, Boston, Mm .General Agentt.
IMPORTAVT TO SMOKERS.
You can make your own
at a cost cf a FEW CENTS, eont be told from the
c.-a ...j.ii.rin II. IIF1.SRERY. Chemiit- Wtlt
Bolton, Vt. and get full Information,
1 Oct 10-wCo
OR WORLDS SALVE
ttatl kn turn Uar i is 1 Ii
lug Mil Iw ii
alt llhri m - -rtlnll Por,
"re Mpplr-. 1 rj.Iprla..
f.'nrbunelr. Cor '-: I lll,m.
ntic l'nin,. A'r At- . r,Tnrit!v tllil
."rr, nn.I rrrh t' ounJ- tar I'r lrd
l.lmb,. l!urn or -i-ntn.. I h. ne, nunl in
lhe World, (live Ii a tri .l.
1'rlet -i cmtf. SnM Ijy all I)nip?i?fs.
BHYANT, STRATTON k
One oflS censected lc'tilutkn otabUsacd In the 1
largest and most important coinnerdal eitiettof the 1
United States and L'anadas ror tue purpose of pre- 1
paring young men ftr bu,lneis. Couite mor ex- I
tended antl thorough thaa any other Crmmereial
Bank. Mer.-Van' " En run, 'fr n-p rtation.
Iciuranee and Comm s.iou OMc-s Pi t OrSce, Tel
egraph Oulees Ac , in C'.mplete working order, in
hlch students are ormeo tn rtustnetsas aoioaiiy
one IVe lnteni the bhi a.it sri anua
INSTITUTION ali. 1 1 bvir be the bbst Tros en
tering with us shall not be disip-tointed Investi
gate our claims. Addreys,
...... ..M u -y . mi , 1 i 1 1 , iin:ii IV
ZllllAl,Ot A. I IV., S V OAnomiLl.l.
des 14, luc-wly
C A UTIOS
To Parcbaters and Dialers la tb Celebrated
WATER-PROOF .V UOI.D-PROOF
ARCTIC UAITER SHOES.
Tatented by T.C.Wales, of P.tton.
The Goody ar Metall'c Rubber Sh- e C lmpaay, ol
.ugatuek, uonnectlcul. wouia icirsi at-atervanj
tn I "bile generally that tne) are tno rxeiutive
owner, r tne 1 atent anu s.i ianu sciurem w me
V-.im.r jiert Shoe, and will uro-oDTll croeMUte
any and all infringements of their right, dr-i-r said
PaULta. All genuine ArotVee are Ivan ' with eord
and hare the name of the Patautwand 01 our Com
pany on the bottom. Ail others are but poor Imit
ations. The public will ptomcu their own later -ests
by purchasing those only lawt by this Ompa-
ny. at augatoca, wwn. nuw,njiiius,
CO., NOJ. 1:1 and iri Pearl St.. B n. aad BRKB
DKN 4 SOl'TUKICK, No 107 aad lu Liberty ft..
New York, ar Sole Agentt for tha (tie of la abov.
James E. Esu-h. President, Gao. II. Scba.-i-iox.
S.D. A; II. W. SMITH.
.1o7ii:j:i:o7oT o i: ao'i.&
THE AMERICAN C T.jAV . V
REAL I.tE 1 I..OANS r w .! .-t-Tho
o-ly Organ av g a
SOCNJ BOX or WIND I IIE1 -w'tcli
same imporLin part t p'-i ra a the
Board has in the F.an Ml g vo '
resonance of t. ne ant w-it.ut wa ch
becomesmer.lv a Mel le n a an uitrsu Cape.
Tho Amer.can Organ' L.-t inly Lae the Wlnt
Chest or Sound Box, but have the L-ge urgan
Bellows giving power and great steadiness r f t ne
These witn their extreme Sue voicing o the Reens
and perfecting of the toae, mate them th MiKT
PERFECT OROaN KNOWN. These great iea
provements and supetittriiy or ton and wort mn
Ihlpcf the AMEKIl'AN ORIIANS place them is
ln the front rank at the belt, and command a high
er price than any other teed instrument ha the
Market. A careful examination of thettn. In run
pariaon with others, will quickly rhw tuir
csTic .American Organ,
Or Organitts.' Parlor ronipttnleii."
Mailed free on rece!pt ot ti Warernomi and
Manufactory, Tremont oppotiie Waitbam BUeet,
POWERS A STORY,
Oct U wtf Bnrilngton, Vt,
DR.S.S.FITCII. A..M., M. D.
Author of the Six Lecture on the Cans, Preven
tion and Cure of Cor. umition, Atthau, Diseases
of the Heart. vc,mav be eoaaltd at 33 TRE
MONT STREET, BOSTON, Wednesday and Thurs
day, October M arid tin. and rvery other Wtda
day and Thursday after.
NEW .11 III) It AIi ROOK.
Fnmily Physician in Prinl.
This book will be sent to any address. No mouv
required until It Is received, read, and fallt ap
proved ; If not approved, teep it furyour tr ubl.
to pages i price 33 cents. Complete curative ar
Elven for every dlseasewhleb. admits of self doetor
g. Give SUte, County, Town and Poet-Otic.
Contents ol the "Fnmily Pht.jlcl.iii."
Disease ol the Heart,
All Skin Diteaset,
To Prtterve the Hair,
To Cure Burni.
To Cur Hruises,
The Teeth, lrom l.fattsy
Goitre. twelloJ Neck,
bt. Vitus' lauee.
How to aavegood Loags,
Rule tlCoalinne IImIM
and Life to a Hundred
Cauies ef Praatatur
Curnaf a CM,
Sore cn tb Lets or aay
DR. S. S. FITCH,
No. 23 Trwnont Street,
II. II, A T WATE U
Drii'st nn(1 Apolliccnry,
CIICRCII ST., UURMXGTO.V VT.
Frcsii Congress Wafer.
coxstuxtlt o.t iu.ro.
OIL AND CANDLES.
LARD, SPERM, AND WHALE OIL.
OUVE. ELAINE, AND l-EDOIL.
KEROSENE. AND yiACHINERY OIL,
SPERM A ADAMANTINE CANOLEo tai SOAP,
lor sal by BRADiHAW APATCn,
wl.mS No. T Central Wbarf, But ton
Ira" K-J i. nr;R APJHi
ITS EFFECT 13
31 2 R ACHJIiOUS.
The old, the younp, the mill JIo aged nnitu to praisa
It is an entirely new scientific discovery, combining
many of tb moat powerful arsi restcfativa agents
in tno veoetabU kingdom.
Wo have such confidence in its merits, and Bra
so sura it will do all we claim for it, that we offer
If the SiciUA.i Hair Heiewtr does not give sat.
ia fact ion in all cases when rued in strict accord
ance with oar instructions.
Vegetable Sicilian Hair Iicnctccr
has proved Itself to be the raext perfect prernratiea
for the Hair ever ottered to the public.
It h a vegetable compound, and contain no
tnjuriout properties whatever.
It hv not a Dye, It strikes at the Roots aad SOt
the glands with new .if and eulcering matter.
jt Trxti; Kr.iTORC etnar iiaih to
its orxgix.lt. color.
It trill ;.rej the Hatr from falling out.
It elenittes the Sealp. anri liter fee the Zlair
SOFT, LUSTROUS, J.VJ) SILKLX
IT IS A SPLENDID HA1R-DRESSIHG I
No person, old or voung should tail to nt it.
It is reronuneivfWona erf by tie FIBST MED
3f Aik for Hall's Vegbtablb Sicilun
Haib HcNtWEK, and tak no other.
Tho Proprietors oiler the SiciLtAri Ifaia Rl
NEWETt to the Jiblie, entirely confl.kur that it will
bring back the hair to its OFtsanal color, protnot it
growth, and in nearly all rase when it-has tallen
orT will restore it unks the x-r-.u ii very aged.
II. P. HALt. & CO. FropricisisTs-,
A aJnut, .V. Jt
CS1" PoU br til DrnrjjfL .
f t'tl U tlh I .ft f'i r F r-t It .1 u )
ffiktiMin a S' &r Rti 1 .k
DIPHTHERIA, ASTHIVLV, CROOT,
And all Diseases of the Throat
ErtvfieaMf Us pottm Otf DlMfTntaTl vVo tfct marrt. It
fcr!. 9mis ilif in r TOM.ct. HeaUTTBCa.r. CI
lll.iC. mt DTSFaTrTIC tfOQt iMtUl rltf tmW
CUC aVaVl CCMtP IAI ! !Moftell OT BowoU.
Litchlield'a External Application
It Wnrrantrtt a Sure Reuttttg for
RHEUMATIC i SCIATIC LAMENESS,
Anil sttctt kfntl of Ijioi(n?sii.
Botk the sbor prMrtiti- av mint and iwwtisatlBtt 17
rtgnltr plTciauii. P- -- f v'i l n prr BaMti?.
O. A. LITCHFIELD v CO . Propr', WjjcharaJam, MtM.
The Celebrated Oerraqn SUvel
'WsUTMlrfJ ft rtia ml pfH rmrr fhr Fit Wont,
Old tn. 1'it in, Fi'tui. i-t. l'a ud CBtvcstu
lU'Di. Tbt bt?( MTWatCthrniiti' iHskottrT vvttnt PricffSctaV.
G. X. LITCHFIBLD CO.. rr. Wmehou Utn.
Oro. C. r.oomwix x Cn , 34. H Bcbb Co.. Bob.
Job r. llsuBT Col. Wmrrhmy. Vt. Otaail 'ijftt
tor mil Uk? mbm Tmr4U i.
ryillS H TO CERTIFV tUt I Iter this 4a r xirm
X ra son Welj G. WkiU lut thu dariec hH
minoritj I fttlt ciahn bom of lkirt.r-.ioi our
pa) anj dektof bUMirvcttecU(fr ihla tate,
iiUdt.aton. Nov. f let lra LYMAN WUITK.
DAVID H. I'lXLKV'S 1-iT.lTK.
bTATE Or VEFU10NT, M a FrobaU Coart
mstmh-t ur Qki.id iftLK, hi. LoWtn at the Pru
l.itj . a e iu N'-rth lUr - vtthia w iter tlwdU
tri t alin-td oa the .ala dn, ot Devubr, i.
t. v. All;u,Ju 'c.
An iiuaiBMit parporttxicto tc the ImM wiil ad
toaUiatnt ol lsiil b PI x ley. lile t atMttA tiro,
deee.d w pinerted tiH I'uurt b cDj4alia
Fairotnid the exveator tfeerHn an forPfj a-;
it i? oidcr. by c id Cvuit that notic thannrbi
k.sTca to il ptruiM ctsai-erncit to pmr At
iioa oi taiid i utart ! bv bwtdca at il Prohat otCce
ia N-.itii ne-o. lo a district m tho 2iJ d. vf
JanaftO' a- lQ ucl k t.ur oae
t. aa the h vesamttlie frotMtj of f-kl
It i fu.ther urdervi that aeopy ot this ordnr be
paol bd threti weefci uceiTjtjr tu ih - Btiili ig
wa Frte lr a we ly n rpr.to t at
KurlttoD tn the state. ih lai ui wi.ctpu iw
tlens tw boprcvluUsi W the da aMijued ir uxnn.
W. ll.ALlt., Jadv.
II. A. Jt W.
C, PECK'S USTA'I E,
STATE Of VhltMOST (r UoeoraltM Phat
Butxtcr r rairrcjiDur, d.
To -Ui ,j Lroe latiriMted fa the estate f IT aster
A. fwl usd UlJUc C. reck ef Jtrkto. loialu .
it i' t.
Wh -res, application lo -wrftia; bath Nrn inaV fo
this Court oy taesaartliaa of v.i4 rard tor itewnr, o 11
ait th temi ttat r tmM nnlieuc forth thcrrin Utat
k.s 9itl mTd oa oadivMed ha.f of uni a tut
acre ui load at Jericho ttnttf, and that it woo.d
lor lie iatrrtf aud wards that the sia he tjld
aad conrrt-u ir i. aioaer.
Aad .hervupea the Mbd Coart appointed aad assljiaed
the 1Mb day uf Jautuy A. D 17. at the Irubat
Court Rom, is raid OUtric , to hear and deetde npoa
atd at ptl asiiua ; a! irdered that pchlle ootico thereof
h g.-D t ail eT)OBftUr5trd theiein. by puWiLlflr;
tlua trder ihrereka aeMlTIy, In the IWtltitrtoa
IPnm Prnii aowtpaper which dtctilates tn th neizh
horhoodof thoae pertoaa Inti-risted therein, all of
whleh pae4icattef ahall h prerloai to the ume ap.
putn ted iir hrarlnit.
Therelvre jou are hf reby ncttJled to appear hefora
aid C--ort.ai the time atoresaM. then anl there to ob
Jt to tho fnatls; of and. Uceae, ifyoo 5-e raate.
l veil aiiOvr iuy haod, l the Probate Coort Kooua.
thla iiJd day U Ike. a. I. 1
WILDER U BURN A r, Ee?litr.
R, It. uOI'.TOVS ESTATK.
rRTUESl'BcCKIBeit.havlB; heea tppelnud
l bv the HoriurabJe the I'r bete Court for tho
lMstrtet t t nlttew4rn. CttesiaUsioaert t rrcelv.
I teniae MM nnjiiat we aunt nnn neEnnnas Ul All rir.
to., ttnlatl the e.ute or E. 8. IJorton ttte t,r Klch
mon 1 in said Di.tr ci. repreecteu latolvent. ul
all claim aatl tlemvul. exaltllel In out. t thereto; oad
,lv moDlhs Cruoi the tiaf of the date knre'i BeiDr sj
Innetl hv uUI C't irt lr thsl purftote. ne do therefor
hereby aire ant ., tha we will tttesit t, the bti,!es
T cmr tppouiln. nt tt the ttur ef Bnyal Ilrnita,
la Hirliatt.Btl in i4 Irbtrlct, tin the tklrd Than
ckrs ot Jar.uar aatl Mar next, tt 10 e'eiuck, a. y.,
na eaeh ot fJel tl a
Date,! thi, T-th .'sv ef Noeeni'xr A. D, 1?'A
C.'BOItCB HDCCU.MIJK'S ESTATE.
STATE Or VEBJIONT, 'hlliMi.ra .. th Pr.
astTntever ctrrmiBu.s9.JL Coart sr tkn 1-l.tret
TallperWH faterenled In tne es'ate of Georve
Enieumte lile-nr BBrlinerUta la tnld llUtrlet Heeeait.,
IT II EEEA. tM roart hsth aaMaeel th Into .Ivor
Jtrr ait fttr the lettleraeM of the nninlettratlea
neeaaat ef the exeewtrlx ef the Inst wi I ..f ki.i tl..
eeaett. tn ordered thnl pabUe lutllen the re., I he tfo.,
t alt nermcul lalereste la tM enUte, hj nblithl
its, order three weeks saeeM4rly pewitine to the Ur
uJitod, la Ike free Press printed la BarUeztOB, ti
! I! KltEI'ilUE, voa ire hereby rMtrVel t upritirU
tb lrnt Cean retFttt, in huHtntrtnn. no the r.tr a.
rlrned. then tn-l there to ent4t lh allowanee efMJ4
teeaaBt. If T"Q tee cease.
IHnn antler my a., ad, this ISth diy ot Ileeersher. A.
WILDER L. BCEXAr, Eejlitee.
WARItEX FOIlU Esr.tltv.
STATE OF VEKMONT, rpoall penoes eereeraad
nuvatCT or rarrrcrDay. ea JL la the estate of Wnen
Ford late ef Coleheittr in nM I"-trtct, deewd.
At a rrobate Coart hohlea ia r.t.tlme-t.... w ri a aed
for a Iristrlet of Chitteoden.oo the lth day ofDectm.
tr X I. 14. an InstrameBt. rwjt.tln to be tte . t
will and tettamcat of Warrva .inl late of C't'o!
tr la said lH-trlct, dee, a-tt. was prr-ented to th
Coart aforesaltl, for rrobate; Aad It la ordered by
aU Omit that the lllh day of Janoarv. A. D. It1,
at th rrobat Coart Koorat la tali Darlington, b a,
slraed for prnvlot; laid lastrareeet; and that Botlo
thereof boflTea to ill persoat roneeraetl, by pabllib..
lec this order thre wetas taecetsively la th Fran
Press a Bewspaper prtated at HarU&rton, erevtoat l
the time sprwlBte4.
TIlEKtl OI.E, too are hereby eoill!e. tn trpear ba
f ire said Cotirr. at the tint tod phwo atweMld, and eeay.
tett tie pr bate of mid w!!!. tf na hern eacs.
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