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THE FREE PRESS, BURLINGTON, FRIDAY MORNING- NOVEMBER 4 1859.
STATE OF VERMONT. HY HILA.Vl) II A L OOVESNijK, V v o c I a m alio n ins th cutom of oar Pilgrim Father, nt . -o . f 'lie harvest season when tho labor, of - an "an were over, to set apart a day on ' i J'ut. lie Prayer am I'raite to the Di- ;'. !. r the blessings thut had been show. :. -I ;a during Uie year. This sacred and i ii"' ni Ins been very properly obterred - i-li'-t hUtr.ry of our State, and deserves, mi c.imuieinoMtion of those who instituted ' fr'.in us exceeding appropriataoees, t iiite.i inrougoout 1I tim. If iur an . i i i'lt their privation and fufferinpf. it. nti.i anxtrttc, could find cause for li w much m.'ie duus it become us i mm tided by comfort and conveniences 'hey v it ttrnngeri. i itii.n, therefore, of this praiM-worthv er i .1. h. r. bv appoint THURSDAY, THE M-t'JI HIM HAY Uir NOVKMBER ' I . t be oi.s i ve I by the people of this Slate : .iv of IM m.tr THANKSGIVING and J'., a lE to ALMIGHTY GOD. Ab-t'iT.ing from all unnecessary labor, and wit 'icv ut and praveiful hearts, let us on that nr. :t tec mes a Christian People, KFfrmblc in ' r-;rviv' places of worship and offer onfeign- - u-e in mm who u.tn ail Unrigs well, lor . peat meapur 02 Itapptneas and health and l'v tlMt lias attended us as a Ptate and as ( ,als firouih thi-past year. Let us give that our cinl a id religous institutions, 1 ro the great bulwark of a nation's rruj&in unimpaired that the earth - lilei sn abundantly of her fruits; wSile the Old World has beon the 1 Moody and terrible conflict wbiih have . uauil of liuinaa b.:iu,6 to that undi-cov- I ' .untrv, from whos b n-ne no trveller re- P .1 ; lias ri-igucd anion:; us; tlmt famine n 1 -r em-.. hv' not brcn permitted to invade -dr-- :. i'i- tU and Sciences, Com. .nl t inuf.i ijichve prospered in such 1 2 nent ilegrce. 1 t us invoke the Divine aid .. -, ur Schools a d C !! je. and pray that they ,1. oi'semiuate useful knowlndgc, and tbalthoce . g forth from them may ever be guided by r t r e'ect principles of virtue and morality. L ' u- m tb'j observance of thUdav.while congra t . it 'ng ourselves on our well filled garners, not bo .1111 llul ot those around ne who have not been so , il v favored Let the hand of charity open it , ' wile on this occasion, and added to our pleas es i II b- the sweet reflection that we have oon ibuti d t the enjoyments of the children of wDt isifF no, Then will the day b a Thanksgir- I' iv in reslity a day acceptable in the sight . jr Ileav uly Father. f, .m 1.1 Irr ny hind and tht teal of thr Stair, in r jfn,ir Chamber, at Montptlier, ih thirty t r , v "f f't her, in the year if our Lard one 1', 1. "i njht hvnd'ed and nYfy-ninr, and nf the In m'Tilittteoftne United Stat-3 thm tijhsy-fantth. HILAND HALL. iv tfce Governor, v. illik V Davis, secretary of Ciril and Military Affairs. i '1- t"re i-Bie:r. TNnre is oae subject up : 1 ' nn eiitor niu't write with great reserve -i u cue, unless he unwittingly mislead -ii'- T'it s'ibject is the so-called 1 me" bu-iness; in behalf of which more c .rk-v ha- been displayed, and more lies f n- ( erlinps any other fulject. A real 11--: tin or tiie invention of a remedy tciid-to relieve or care "the ills wnieh t: 1 r t ." we consider a movement in sci- -. To ta nHvantage nt such progression re ij j " a pr rr di-c-imination on the part of the ir tl it 1 c n ay distinguish the bap-haiard, cite nerm r-ail of the brazen empiric, to w ,1 .1 ur happy death or tpeedy recovery" is a H'"ir f u,j-eine indifference troni the care-rref- .rtd and well proved remedy of the sci e "- mi practie! m in. In the latter class we -1 1 1 th - preparations of Dr. J. T. Hillings, -. 1 - v'elebrted for his sound judgement and em- -'il a 1 I wi itaen nt.io Pills and Lini ; i- t n e proven to be invariably successful, and i y t ' the renown of the inventor and propri '! ' A&ititutr. ' e'7iivg"s Russia Salve. Volumes might be n to how the ben- fits resulting from the use i -5 vereii;n Remedy. It has been tested, i n every cae brought to our notice, it has i iy and effectually cared all kinds of cuts, . i i-, burns, corns, .to. Sold everywhere for c-nts a box. I'ypepsia is known as one of tho most distrcs s- cunplaints which afilict humanity; and until advent of the Oxygenated Hitters, had been n lund incurable, or when ourabie, requiting - to accomplish it. The Oxygenated Jtitters -in in a few dxvs, cures, which other medi- '.ike vours to alleviate. J'Hph Hatch, formerly of Burlinston, .- inj,tiimously chosaa Inspector of Gr.un, i mating of the Djtrjit Bjarj of Trade, ' 2 h, under the new system of grain - 1 1 1 jat ad ipted in that city. His fee .- 's.'A at 6 cents per 100 bushels of grain -, xt i. learn that a road has been opened quite ' t' fop of Camel's Hump from North I'uxbury 5 3 4 miles, half way feasible for ".rr.iTesand the remainder for horses. From tfj!erhury depot to the top is 10 i miles. ews of the Week. Er Tclcsrnpli to the Dnilr Free Prraa MOXTPELIER, Oct. 27. It J ;nt Assembly, this atternojn, Am L. Brjvvn was elected Railroad Com sioner; and William G. Sbaw Reporter '-1" Decisions of the Suproino Court, unan- u jusiy. THli TRIAL OF "OLD BROWN." Charleston, Oct. 27. Thr 14th district circuit c iurt, Judge Par i'r presiding, re-opened at 10 o'clock Wed nday morning, and at 12, the grand jury cane in with indictments against each of pnsmers; First, f ir conspiracy with the nroes to produca an insurrection : Second, f'f treason agiinat the commonwealth ; Tinrd, for murder. Brown makes no con-f-s-ijn. He s tys he has full confidence that Gjd will rescue him, that be has many tunas been in as greit peril as now, but Gjd bus always befriended bim. TIIK TRIAL OF "OLD BROWN." The Circuit Court at Charlestown, Va., decided on Wednesday, to put Brown on b s trial at once -ind occupied tho whole af ternoon in procuring a jury, the pris9ner being bro'ight into Court on a cot. Mr. Bjtt , his cjunssl, renewed tho request for further time to enable expected additional p"'in;.el to reach Charlestown from Cleve land Ohio, and read a despatch from Akron Ohi j signed A. II. Lswis, statingthut insan ity is hereditary in Brown's family, his in 'titer's -istea died with it, two nieces n i a nephew of ins are now in lunatic Aviuws uni another nephew undr close "aint. At the couelusion, Brown raised ''ulf from his bed and said " I would add t'i Court would allow me, that I look up r -ii1 plea as a miserable artifice. I am per " y unc mcious of insanity and I reject so -" as I am ctpabla, any attempt to Interfere ta behalf on that score." J i'in Copeiand, the mulatto prisoner, has ia it- a full c mfession and has given names '' 'iie parties ut Oberlin who induced him to 1 1' Harper's ferry and furnished money for xp 'tisf. He ao states that a uiovc- !- it a similar character was conteiupla 1 1 in Kentucky about tho same tuu;. Many persons in Northern Ohio, wh i-e names have not been heretofore men-tijn.-d, are directly implicated. The con fessi n is withheld faom the public till after the trial is over, by Gov. Wise's order. Capt. Cjok was taSen to Virginia from Chambersbur on Thursday, by Virginiau 'Seers and the party who arrested him. THE TRIAL OF BROWX'S. Cbauleston-, Va., Oct. 39. When Curt opened this morning the "Qdge announced, that the new counsel for e Pner had asked delay to enable them w have an interview with Brown, which was panted. Brown was brought in and took nis usual teeumbmt isition on a bed. Sam'l Chilton ot Washington, aud Henry Griswold of Ohio, appeared as additional counsel for tho prisoner. Mr. Chilton Raid he cimt' on .it the solici- t.ttion of friends, merely to assist coune thn enmcd in tho defence, hut on arrivinc here he found the ounsei had abandoned the eve. lie tliereforo asked a few hours delay in order himself to ee the prisoner and other new ounsei, on the Uourt decided that the trial must proceed. CiiAiti f-stov. Va., Oct. 30. This evoninjr t'e United Guard of Freder ick City, uuder the eorxunand of Cant. Lvnn, reached itere from Harper's Ferrv. Thev rcQiie.'ted to he allowed to see the i-risintrs. and were admitted Iv authority of Jude Parker, jroine in hy squad. They first vis ited tiie cell ol Urown and Stephen, lirown was in cood spirits. He rose from his couch, and taking lii visitors hy tho hand, remark- ne; "Gentlemen. I am clad to see you, In rerlv to their questions, ho said he w still suffering simo nain about tho left kid neys. He said ho was treated with all humanity. Hs thanked Lvman for tho manly and truthful manner in which ho had testified. and said ho would always remember him for his manly. noble traits of character. During the con versation. Brown Oica'ionally played with the little rhildren of the jailor who were present. He remarked t' at he fought on the frontier in 1S12, and that during till his life lie had endured hardships and knew how to iMr thorn. Stephens was suffering much. although he is still getting better. He shook all the company by the hand. Coppie said he was prepared to bear Ins late like a man. lie told Lvnn that he should want lmn to testify on his trial, which Lynn prom ise i "to do. Thev all stated that they were, well treated. Cook's cell was not en tered. He has Wn all day biiily writing and is understood to he preparinc a full con- f si')n bv the advice of Gov. AVilLtrd. in the hope of a jsmlon. Joshua R Gid lings delivered an address n Philadelphia. Friday evening, on the gen eral subject of Slavery, touching on the Harp er s Ferry affair as an incident thereof. .Mr. Giddincs said he invited Brown to Jefferson iCountv, Ohio, where he (Brown) delivered a lecture one Sunday, alter cnurcn, i-u- inc hi trials in Kansas. After the leeture. Mr. Gidding! pr iinpusl the audience M con tribute relief to Brown. He acknowleiig contributing S3.00 t) Brown's son towards the netesiti s of his Fither, a matter in which Mr. G. acknowledged taking Ftrong interest. 1SROW.VS TRIAL CLOSED. VERDICT OF GUILTY. CharIiEStowx, Va., Oct. 31. Court met 9 A. M., on M inday and the rial proceeded with argument- for the de fence. Brown boks better and is evidently improving, out nevertheless no reciinea on his led as usual. Mr. Griswold of Cleveland opened for defence, contending that Brown could not be guilty of treason inasmuch as he was not a citizen of Va., and as the charge of larceny was against the Stato. the evidence did not sus tain that. Mr. Chilton of Washington fol lowed, also for the defence. While ho had no sympathy with the motives of the prison er, being Virgini in by birth and residence until n few years sinoe, he had no other mo tive in tho Ciiso than to do his duty faithful ly Mr. Chilton then went at great length into the cafe, his arguments being of a sim ilar tenor t those of hisass.ciates. Mr. Hun ter then closed the argument y presenting the cae ' for the Sti te. Mr. Hunter closed at 1.30 During most o' the argument Brown lay on his back, with his eyes cloed. The Jury then retired, and in half an hour returned with a verdict, finding the prisoner guilty of treason, and advising and conspir ing with slaves and others to rebel, and of murder in the first degree. Brown sat up in bed whilst the verdict was rendered and immediately afterwards lay down quietly and said nothing. There was no deinonstrati n ot any kind. Mr. Chilton moved an arrest of judgment on account ol errors in the indictment and errjrs in the verdict. The remainder of the day, after the trial of Brown was concluded, was occupied in ob taining a jury in the case of Cuppie. The panel was not exhausted ; and Messrs. Grie wold and Hoyt appear as counsel fur him. TRIAL OF THE INSURREC TIONISTS. Charleston, November 1. On the assembling of the Court Tuesday, moruing Coppie was brought in for trial but before proceeding with his caselurther argu ment was heard on the motion made Mon day, P. M., for an arrest of judgment before sentence should lie passed up in John Brown. Brown was present and heard the arguments. The Court reserved its decision. Coppie'6 case was then proceeded with and evidene for Government concludeJ, when an adjourn ment was taken. The Democratic State Convention, at Law rence Kansas, on Tuesday, nominated Sim. Medary, Pr, sident of tho Territorial Gov ernment, John Haldeman for Congress, and Judge Williams, present Associate Territorial Judge, for Chief Justice. The Congressional contest in the 6th Dis trict of Maryland, is exceedingly animated. Messrs. Hugh and Hagar, the rival candid ates, had, at Annapolis last Tuesday, a re newal of their former quarrel, when blows were exchanged ; out ot this has grown the report that they had a duel. New York, Oct. 27. Steamer Now World on her trip to Albany last evening, when off Spuyten Devils creek, broke her Walking beam, which, from its groat weight, fell through her bottom, shattering her centre and rendering the boat a complete wreck. She began to fill at once, and in twenty miuutes she sank. ahe had three hundred passengers who were all rescued by the 6tea nor Ohio, and several sailing vessels which came to her re lief. There is a rumor that several passen gers went down with the Steamer. Tho New World had a large amount of valuable lreight, on which there was no insurance. Baltimore, Oct. 27. Considerable excitement was caused at Frederick City this afternoon, by a report that a large body of abolitionists crossed from Pennsylvania to Virginia, with the intention of rescuing the Harper's Ferry insurrection ists. A military company left immediately to assist in the defence of the Charlestown Jail. Tho whole affair is believed to be a hoax. The instructions to our Naval Command ers in the Gulf concerning filibusters, are to 6eize them on the high seas or in our ports, but not to take from land or water within -a foreign jurisdiction. New York, Oct. 27. The Nassiu Bank was yesterday swind led out of $3100. by means of a forged check purporting to have been drawn by KoDort lionner ot the Ledger. Charleston-, Va., Oct. 23. Yesterday P. M. was tiken up by the ex amination of the witnesses, Dr. Story, Con ductor Phelp and L. A. vashington. .Noth ing of importance elicited not already known. Orders were given to tho Jailors to shoot all the prisoners in tho event of an attempt a rescue. Wasuisgto.v, Oct. 23. Secretary Floyd left for Charlestown last afternoon in obedience to a summons from the Court to appear as a witness in the trial of the conspirators. New York, Oct. 23. A special despatch to tho Timis gives an account of an imin mse meeting of tho Oppo sition at Baltimore last evening. It was held in Monument Square, and numbered 10,000 to 15,000. Speeches were made by Senator Kennedy, Hon. Henry Winter Davis, and J, M. Botts. Mr. K. traced the cause of the Harper's Ferry insurrection to the doctrine of Squatter Sovereignty, while Mr. Davis charged it directly to the Democratic Party. Till. NEW WORLD. It is now believed that none of tho passen gers on the New World wero lost. The teamr will probably be raised to-day. from rcmtopE. A TREATY SIGNED . Farther Point, Oct. 2D. Steamhin Nova Sotia from Livexniol tho 11th rnssxl thi morning en route for Que bec. The news bv this arrival is impor tant. A treaty nf peaco was sirrned between France and Austria on the 17th int. Tt was stntd that the treafy between France and Sirdinia would be signed in a day or two. and that a tripartite troity would be sisrned subsequently. Reports worn current-, nf approaching e'lanes in the Forcim Ministry. It is con firmed that Mnroee.i has tendered all the sit- isfne.tion demanded by Spain. It hail been asserted that tho Great East ern would sail fir Portland on or a''Otit tho 23th. but it was sArnt-offiemHy announced that no decision had bsen come to. MOB Tj A"W IV KENTUCKY. Newport. Kr.. Oct. 29. T'ne Kntuekv Free South, a ptptr of Re publican proclivities, wis m hbd last night, and its forms scattered in the streets. New Orlexs, Oct. 31, It is reported that another Vigilance? committee is forming here for tho purple of taking part in tho eleetion on tho 7th of N v. and a deputation of Plug Uilies is i. , . i r Ti l t? tepTtea to nave arrive i irom miriinnrt;. There were 2 j fever deaths in the Hospit al last week. Chicago, Oct. 31. S'natnr Hale of N. H., publishes a card this mornini denying in tnto all complicity in nr knowledge of Brown 'q conspiracy nnd nleduini himself to an voluntarily to Vir- "inia. .M irylnnd or anvw'iere eis, wnoro granil jury may find a bill against him. The Salt Lake Mail of tho 7th inst.. reached Atchinson, K. T. on Friday. A party of emigrants numbering 17 from Bu- ehan in County. Iowa, were attacked bv In dians near Kinny's Cut-off. and Mr Kline and Mr. Whiffmore and G children were killed. Mr. Whittemnre'fi two eldest sons and and the remainder of the party escaped were at Camp tiovd. BALTIMORE ELECTION'. TERRIRLE RIOTING. Baltimore, Nov. 2. The election is progressing amidst intense excitement. Tho rowdies have blocked up the polling places in somo of the wards. The police are dninz nothing. In other wards tho Judges have been driven off, several per sons beaten and others shot. Among the httcr is Adam Kyle, Jr., morchant, who at last accounts was dying. His brother '.ins also shot .and dangerouslp wounded. Johns ton, a notorious rowdy assaulted a voter with an awl and was lnstintly shot dead. A man named Win. Styles was shot and wounded in two places bv the rowdies. The rowdies have full possession of the ISth Ward and have given their opponents notice to quit. Ac ota. Ga., Nov. 1. A despatch from M iriana, Fla., states that on Friday last a large portion of the business locality ol that town was destroyed oy lire. KANSAS ELKCTIO.V. St. Louis, Nov. 2. A special despatch to the Republican gives the official vote f the recent election in Kan sas, as f .Hows : For the Constitution 10,419 ; ginst it 5,550. Fur the Homestead Law 3,753 ; against it 4,772. RAILROAD ACCIDENT. A terrible accident occurred on the Chicago &N. Western R.R., Tuesday morning. A triin consisting of 14 cars filled with escur tiinists from Fondula for Chicago, was thrown if the track at Johnston Creek, 8 miles Siuth of Watertown, by running into an os. Tin or twelve pers.in are reported killed and a number are injured. .U a r k c t s . 'M't'LE MARKET ..ii WedneiUay, Nov. 2, 1359.J At market 2242 Cattle, about 1900 Beeves and I 12J2 Stores, consisting of Working Oxen, Cows, oie, two, and three years old. Market beef Ex raprewt. $7 50a" 75; lstquality,$675a7 00; second quality, $5 75; third quality S-t 25 ; or di i ny, 3 00. Working Oxen $90 a 150 per pair; Cowgand calves .-2ia62. Yearlings Sail; Two years old 16al9; t ireo years old S22a 21- Sheep and Lambs, 0300 at market. Prices, in lots, $1 00a 1 25a 150; Extra and selcctions,$2e0 a 2 25 a2 75. Hides, Oa 7c per lb. ; Pelts, SO 82al 00 each; Calf Skins 10al2c. Tallow, 7a7J KEMAKKS. No chango in prices of Beef Cat tle. Rather better supply of first quality. A few extra which were engaged last week sold at SS.00 per cwt., but were hardly up to the mark. Sheep, owing to the improvement noted last v.eek, caused a large number to bo sent in this week, consequently prices declined fully 50 cts. per head, and a largo numb:r will be kept over. BOSTO N .11 ARRET. Reported far the rco Preu. BT M. T. WOOD. Bonos, Oct. 31, 1853. PRODUCE Butter There is no material change to notice in the Buttor market. The re ceipts of the week comprise 7,8SS packages. The stock ol choice fall Butr is quite light and prices are gradually working up, while of ordinary kinds the market continues to bo pretty well supplied. The sales of good and ohoica New Tork and Ver mont dairies have been at 20 a 22c, extra lots of fall at 22J a 23c; and cotamon ranges from 16 a ISc per lb. Cauada, Ohio and other Western has been selling at 12 a 20o per lb, ai to quality. Cuezse Is quite CrL and full prices continue to be realiied. The receipts of the week havo been 4,913 boxes, 102 oiski and 10 tons. The sales have been to a fair extent at 7 a 10Jc per lb, as to quality, good and choico selling at 10 a 10 p:r lb. White Beans remain without material change. New pea and marrow are comparatively scarce and meet with a fair damand. The sales havo been at 70 a 75c for common, 90o a SI for blue pod; and 3125 a for extra pea and marrow Peas Canada Peas are quiet at 35 a 90c per bu. Potatoes Potatoes remain without change. Thero has been a good demand for shipment nnd considerable tales of Iliuk Eyes and Whites at $125 per bbl. Other kinds are selling at 35c fur Peach Blows! 45 a 50e for Chcnangoes, i ncluding Nova Scotia; 52c for Jackson, aud 55j for Car ters. Turkies and Chickens at 12 a 16c. Eggs at IS a 1: per dozen. PKC.IAJL NO 1 ICE R. R. R No. 14. Pain Controlled. In all agonizing diseases the first object is to arrest pain. This is dono immediately and with out tho peril attending the use of chloroform or opium, by administering inwardly or applying outwardly, or both, Radway's Ready Relief. It does not stupify or congest the brain or throw the patient into a state of asphyxia; it simply annihi lates pain, counteracts irritation, and diffuses a gentle glow, the first earnest of returning health throughout the systsm. Ilenco in externa! inju ries, such as bruises, wounds, contusions, burns, fyz., it is invaluable. But iU grandest results are witnessed in acute diseases of the stomach and bowels, in remittent, intermittent, and other Fe vers, in Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Tio Dolorcux, Uenerai Debility, and those distressing and de pressing Local Complaints and Weakness, to which tho feeble sex are exclusively tubject. "Thrice is he armed" who has Radway's three Remedies, tho Relief, Regulating Pills, and Resolvent. lie is prepared for all constitutional and other disor ders, and may traverse the world without consult ing a physician. RADWAT k CO., w20w2 Nktt Yobk. IIOLLOWAY'S OIXTJIEST AND Pills a wonderful Cure of Ulcers in the Leg. Frederick TliT, of Houston, Texas, was afflicted for eight years with seven ulcers in the leg, like the keys of a flute, which discharged continuously and rendered bis Hfo one of the greatest wrctch elneH :n I mi-.iry; many rcneilics wera tried ia vain, he became worse, at last lie had recourse to Holloway'f Ointment and Pills, .and by persever ing with those rerjiedic? in acjordarcs with the printed directions for nine wces, he war radically cured, and is now able to walk bettor than over he wa in his life. OXYGENATED BITTERS. A Query. Why will yon suffer ? Dyspepsia is a brief but comprehensive term for the numerous diseases which affjet the stomach, liver, and in fact the who'o human system. Until Dr. Green dissovered the Oxvg'natod Bitters medical scimee wir at fault and had exhausted itself in fruitless efforts to cure this dis ase. The Dyspeptic need suffer no longer with a disease that is always pain ful, nnd frequently a fatal a3iction. This uniquo and peculiar compound will as cer tainly euro tho disease as the disease exists. Had it not this power such testimony as follows would not be given in its favor: VALUABLE TESTIMONY IN FAVOR OF THE OXYGENATED BITTERS. WAsnivriTo-r, D. C, .Tuno 10. Rk ving ina'le use of the Oxjjennt'd HittTS, pre pared i..v Dr. G-orje B. Green, of Windsor. Vt.. and from knowledge ob'aincd of their efficacy in other caje-. wo cheerfully recommend them t" the public, bflieW.as that tiey will fullv sustain the recommendation of the proprietor. We hope that this valuable remody may bo accessible to all the .afflicted. Sajiukl S. Pnntrs, V .V. Srnators William UriiAM, S from Vermnnt. James F. Simmons, k " I Ixhrde Inland. C U. v. St mrrly (10 I. T. Monsnc.li 'enator and tnr- oo. of Ky. I: II. Ant nvn, formerly Gov. of R- Island. Wit. WoonuntDGK, lot' Gov. cr ifirhigin. Its s'icw! in sevtre ci5cs "f T)'SP RPSI , AS'ffUA, and GKi:it,L DEBILITY OF THR S VSTR'ii, p'a'io' it noion;; Ihe mot w ni derful iis'-oreries in tndir-at .-cience. and has p;ivO it a reputation far beyond any remcily known for these c ira plaint", in all their vaiions forms. Prcpired by S. W. FOWLE A CO., BosTOf.nnd for File by J. W. Robt 4- Co., and Atos C. Spr.AR, Burlin-ton ; JlAnccs IIcll. HiVEsnnnoH; .r. S. 5torrs .t So. Wino0ki; C. SI. Bates, Essex Centre; C. W. Biiowiell, Painesvillo; J. J. Siwovds .t Co.. Slielbui-no; E. Alexa vDr.rt, Char lotto; L. P. Carletov, Underbill: and by all dealers in mtidieine everywhere. wlOwi T. A. Agent. DURING TIIE SUMMER T?l AT HAS just passed away, thousands of snffsrers from dys- intcry and dinrahoea havo been relieved by the use o Hosteler's Bitters, a medicine which is ev- dently destined to maintain a permanent place in the public estimatiou. Billions diarrhoea is one of those diseases which baffles tho skill of the pbysieian. Tho medicine they adrninis er to act upon the bowels never seems to reach the source of the evil. The difficulty is to get a remedy that will reach nil the digestive organs, an 1 give them simultaneously a rush of vigor, to rid themselves of this disease. This problem is solved by the Bitters, whioh never fails to conquer the most stubborn cases. It is only fair to say, that dur ing the season just closed, this medicine has achieved more cares thn any other ever presented to the public, and daring the fall, when that ter rible scourge, the lever an 1 ague, is so prevalent, the Bitters will gain fresh fame. Soli by dru'giits and dealers generally, every where. See advertisement in another column. TO TIIE NERVOUS Or HOTII SEXES A Retired Clergyman, having been restored to health in a few days, after many years of great nervous suffering, is willing to assist others ty sending fre a copy of tho prescription used Direct the Rev. John M. Dagnall, 18b Fulton St. Brooklyn, N. V. wl5m2 Died. In Burlington, Oct. 14, 18i9, Frank, son ofOrlo E. and ilaryette Pinney, aged ten months- At Dunham, C. E., on Wednesday, the 2Cth of October, Job.v G. Gollaxo, aged 19 years. In Rutland, the 20tb, .Mrs. Pooav Cnaffeo, aged 78. In Panton, Oct. 21st, Jlrs. Orpha Iloloomb, aged "S. In Plymouth, Oct. 22d, Mum Achsa W. Kenne dy, aged 23. in Uennington, the 23d inst., Sin. Cynthia Bushley, aged 69. In Stowe, Oct. 30, Mr. T. J. Raymond, aged 5S. In Leicester, Oct. 4th, Mr. Andrew Goodrich, a?ed 22. In M heelock, Oct. 11th, Mrs. Jane S. Young, aged 31. At SaA ton's River, Oct. 12th, Mr. Ariemas Leon ard, aged 55. In Craftsbury, Oct. 11th, Dea. Samuel Sabin, aged 7 1. In Roxbury, Oct. 17th, Henry S. Boyco, Esq., aged 55. In Shoreham, Oat. 18th, Mrs. Marian Perry, aged 77- In Waitsfield, Oct. ISth, Mrs. Oliver M. Parker, aged 20. In Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Oct., 9th, Dewitt Clin ton Hicks, aged 43 years, G months and 7 days. It is with mingled feelings of sympathy and griof that we sit down to write an obituary notice of tho deceased, t-yinpathy for friends who loved him so well, and whose heart strings are wrung by his untimoly death, and sorrow that be hsg gone from among us in tho prime and strength of his manhood and wo are left to mourn. Tho canso of his detth 'was an abcesi on the liver which broko anl flooded his lungs. Oa tho evening of Sept. 30th, he came from his business, and oamplained of a sevore pain in his side, and he retired early. The next morning he was worse and ho gradually sank under the progress of tho disease, until 8 o'clock in the morning of Oct. 9th, his spirit took its departure to brighter worlds be yond the skies. Mr. Hioks was bom in Ohio, in the year 1S1C. and was married to Cordelia Flower, in the year 1S33. After their marriage they re moved to Stophenson county, 111., where they resided ten years. In the fall of IS 19, the family removed to Oshkosh, whore they have since resid ed. In Jan. 1857 his cherished companion was taken from him by death. Mr. Hicks seemed to scarcely able to bear up under this great affliction, but time tha great " healer of wounds," at length assuagod his first bitter anguish, and in the fall of 185S, he was united to Miss C. A. Alexander, of Charlotte, Vt. It was our good fortune to know him well and truly, and to us ho seemed tho no blest of men; ho was kind and considerate to all, and during his long residenoo in Oshkosh ho had not an enetuy. Struck down in the full vigor and freshness ef his life, and in the enjoyment of this worlds comforts, with a lovely family, and a largo circle of friends who fully appreciated his good ness, it is sad, very sad. But there is one conso lation applicable to the relations to whom he was so clear, to the wife who loved him so well, to his children who almost worshipped him, to friend3 whtsa feelingj wcrebut little less warm, and that is, the satisfac ion in believing his spirit is now with God that ho has gone from us indeed, but " to another and a, better world." II. CorGus,' Colds, Hoarse.vess mid IsrLCK.vza, Ikriiaiiox, Sorexess, or any affection of the Threat CURED, the Hackixo Cocgu in CoxsUMpnoir, Bronchitis, Whoop ing uorou, Asthma, Catarrh, RELIEVED by BKOUN'o BRONCHI VL TK0CHE5, or Cough Lozc.iges. "Asimplt and elegant combination for COUGHS. Ac. Dr. G. F. Bigelow, Boston. "Havt pravid extremely tervicralle for Hoarse scss." Rev. HESRr Ward Beemer. " recommend their use ta PrjDLIC SPEAKERS." Rev. E. II. CHAn.v, New York. "Moit salutary relief in Bronchitis." Rev. S. Seigfried, Morristown, Ohio. "Benrficijl tchm compelled to speak, suff'criny from Cold." Rev. S. J. P. Asdersox, St. Louis. "Effectual in reinsvmj Hoarseness and Irritation of the Throat, so common with Speakers and Siso- ERS." Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON, LaGrange, Ga. Teacher of Music, Soutnern Female College. "Great benrfu when taken before and after preaching, at they prevent Hoarseness. From their past effect, I think they wilt be of permanent advantage tome." Rev. E. Rowley, A. M., President of Athens College, Tean. Sold by all Druggists, at 23 cents per box. Also, Browx's Laxative Troches, or Cathartic Isize igcs for Dysp psia. Indigestion, Constipation, Htadacht, Bdiious Affections, $c. wl9ia6 I IWTteONEt.. Greatest Improvement ot tis? Age THE GOOTSMASITM, HOT-AIB DRAUGHT LA ROE VENTILATED OVEN, COOKING STOVE FOR WOOD 0E COAL. rpTTin r nn 0 a tut a nTm a tvt Is Ihe best finished and most durable Siove of Hie daj THE GOOD SAMARITAN Combniei every advantage lor Cooking ever applied to a itove THE GOOD SAMARITAN Unites perfectly on Top and m 'lie Oven. anl Roajn J out Qt tuc same lime, w.tliout unpai t:ni lue Ilavt-r of" one Kind uf food To aiiot'iu" THE VENTILATED OVEN By the constant adinisMuii of pure f. esh air, always insures ."nveclness 10 the lootl being baked. THE HOT-AIR DRAUGHT Raise the temperature of the Tire Box. and increases the heating properties of the Stove, thus enabling THE GOOD SAMARITAN To do more work in every variety ol Cooking, with lea-. Kuel. than any Move 111 ine World. THE GOOD SAMARITAN lin- 1 . 11. ,ci,cci :irniiiftiri(n: lor ltro. mij on the Ki'Uil flvariii, Without mii-rfei iujj- with the uihtr optiaii in of Cook it". THE GOOD SAMARITAN Has a constant supply ol Ilm U'aier without Coat, an) heats Water lor the Unfiling Room superior to any It nige. THE GOOD SAMARITAN Is 111 every respect worthy ot ns name. COME AND SEE IT AT TUB It I C II JI O X I) Agricultural Warehouse AND STOVE S T O It E I havo also a lara lot of the various kinds of Cook, Parlor, Dining Kooin, and Boi Stove', Stove Pip' c, whieh will be sold as low as th lowest. H EX it Y P. , Oet. :S, 1859. DOW. wtf ItlCHMC.VD, Vt. TAX SALE. VaAILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT the Dwelling House of Oliver Cutler in Richmond on the 29th day of November, A. D lSi9, a 10 o'clock A. for the payment of tises now duo thereon, soninch of lot No. 4 :, original ly Huntington, now lliebmond, as shall be requis ile to pay the taxes and costs, supposed to be owned by Ansel Halloek. There are now due tbe's n on Town, State, County and School Taxes on lists of 18.11, 185Sacd 1R59. Dated at Richmond, this 25th day of October, A. D. 1859. G. H. FLAOG, wl8w3 First Constable. fi R 8 A T ? HI U l P II ETnE 0ME PRICE SYSTEM ! ! -OTR- IS SOW COMPLETE. GO TO T II E HO El-SSI VSI -FOR ix .it.iv Ki.vus or h il AND- EP 3T MOK&'A'NON, X. PKCK, JK. &: CO. Sept. 10, 1650. dawtf FOUND. NEW FUR CAPE or flat tippet, a fevr days r. Dinco. inouiro at this UHice. Oct. 28. NEW ARRIVAL tit tho Sign of the INDIAN QUEEN OYSTER S CO N SI -ii CI 'l i Oysters ! Oysters ! ! Oysters JUST RECEIVED, BY EXPRESS. i supply of Fresh Oysters. SHALL CONTINUE RECEIVING a. vo'y full snnply of tho DAILY, A VERY BEST OYSTERS tho tmrket affords, which will bo sold at tho very luwtre-t pri.es. Fa ioy C mJics and Confoetionery for Trimmin Cake, ic, Ac, kept constantly on hand. 0 Tn t largest and most splendid assortment of PIPES that can bo found in tho State; prico, from 1 cent, to S3. Alsp, tho most splendid assortment of TOBACCO that onn be obtiined in any concern in tho Stato pricj from 8 cents to SI 25 per pound. ' Also, tho greatest variety and most splendid assortment of S E G A R S that !an bo found in the place. I litivo also, a large variety of -.UAFECTIOXKRV and TOYS ---- - - - . . . .-.i uuu A J 1 5 thu vcrv finest qualitv and rarest variety r'.'ri'ot'al1 ki"ds: FIGS' oraxgeS, '"'4' anJ a gr.-at variety of other nrtii.? of th.l Jj I.M U and a er.'at variety or ntb- n-n) in uiu very miess quality. All those wishing the very best of articles can find them by calling as a ove. G. M. PETERSON. Burl.ington, October 21st, 18 9. daw3m - w - -- . UIIIVI173 B Y SPECIAL REQUEST D. J. II. COOPER, Will bo at the HOWARD HOTEL, Burlington, Frid'iy, Nov. 11th, and on Friday of overy other week, until further notice. dawtf 1 S0. It is thz duty of evru atiz'n of Ait Great Re public tn foster and encourage nattre gentus and American enterprise. D. Webster. 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The engravings will bo sent on rollers, prepaid, or by express. OAKSMITH & CO., Publishers. 112 and 111 William sf, NewYork TTJ3T RECEIVED, at Jellison's, & beauti lul assortment of FA.VCY SILKS, at Panic Price. saBBreSfrrSag"?-'- . 155 CHURCH ST ! National Exhibition Dry Groods iz Carpeting, I STAMFORD'S, BURLINGTON, VT. !!! Knowledge can be Gained by Viewing THIS 1UG.TIFICEXT STOCK ! X AM NEW ItEOEtVr.N-fJ ONE OF TIIE LAR 3. ocsr an.', ban selected Stock of Goods ever brought to this Jlirket. to which will bo added, from tiino to tirna, during tho season. TiieLatest ove ties ily facilities are such, I am enabled to give A t.VRGE PILE OF GOODS I FOR A S3! ALL PILE OF 3IOXEY'! 0 u r. ncc fi ft ft ' c e. n o i ni- " "ojiiii tulblll, ""'vwitj o: feDrnary and 13 VETIV rCLL AND ATTRACTIVE ! Containing RICH BLACK AND FANCY SILK BOBES, BLACK AND PXCY SILKS, LSTDIA SILKS, NOUVEAUTES VBLOUR, SATIN De PALB5TRO, CHINS D 1A?S, PLAID, FIOtTRBD aart PLAIX JIEEIN03, FIGURED AND PLAIN WOOL DbLAINES, IN" ALL COLORS, COTTON sod V,r00r. DnH INE 4. CO BURGS, Ac. IX OUK nu:I rineri Uernrtniciit Whits Goo ! Will bi found 'rish Linens, Dtmask Tible Cloth. Nartkinj, D lie Iluekabuck Tnwelintr. Diannr. Crash, IioooetU, Cotton;. Counterpanes, Blankets' rianaeis, &c. IN TIIE Cloth 5epartme3if fay bo found German nnd French Cloth;, Beaver uintns, itdiei elothg, Uastmeres, satinets, Jeans, Vesting?, ia. IN ora SHAWL & CLOAK DEPARTMENT We havo a fine ortment of Broohe, Long and Square; Cushmere, Stella, Thibet, Bay Stats Shawls, Raglans and Cloaks in great variety. Of every description, Steel Spring Skirts. Morene Skirts, Hosiery, Gloves. Ribbons, A a. OCR c ARPET ROOM Is replete with every thins that is desired in EVGLtSH BRUSSELS. E.VGLIMI TAPESTRY, THREE-PLY, INGRAIN, EXTRA FfNB. DUTCH. VENETIAN, HEMP and COTTON CARPETINGS. Stair Curpetiogs, Kng, .Matts, Cramb-alothi. Coir Matting, Oil Cloths, Ac, ic. OCR Jobbing Department I umisa-illv full of all kinds of DRV GOODS and YANKEE .NOTIONS, which I am offer ing to Merchants at low prices. C. F. STAMFORD. Burlington, Sept. 14, 1?59. wl2tf ' Money Saved CALL AT STAXf IFOBD'S AND BUY YOUR A X D ad 8 October 12, 1S59. rtf TAX SALE. WILL BE 0LD St PVBFf A' V at the dwelling Ifon of Artemas Plg, in Richmond, n tt, 2Sth day of November, jo-q at lri oMock forenoon, for tho payment of Taxes now dae thereon, so much of t. eland of Eunice Blaokmer, of said Richmond, as shall b requisite to pay the Taxe3 and cost; it bcinir tho same land set to her and her heirs by the Probate Court, from the Estate of AbnerBlack- mer, lying on tho road from llichmond to Hincs- burgh, and joining lands owned by Alfred Pierce there now due thereon, the following Taxes: State, County and School Taxes, on list of 1357; Town, Stato and School " " ' " 1S53; (. i if i f it it tt 1359- which will ba sold at tho above time and place, unless previously paid. Dated at Richmond, this 21th day of October, A. D. 1850. G. H. FLAGG, w 1 3 w3 First Co nstabls. 1359. J. CHAMBERLIX, 185?. DEALER IN Western Flour, Pork and Grain, Railroad Depot, OGDEXSBLT FG1I, 2T Y.3 & the Office formerly occupied by Cramford CA apr. 15 wly A GOOD assortment of WOOL PI.A.IDS jnst received at JELLISON'3. 'A NEW STYLE HOOP SKIIIT, THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DUPABLE EVER INVENTED, JUST RECEIVED AT JELLISOX'S. Barllnstsn, OeL 22d, 1T50. JUST RECEIVED, AT JELLHON'S. cood aswrtmeat of Blick and Colored VELVET RIBBONS. HEN RY F. LYOX'S ESTATE. W Bh th?rsabso,'!e". having been appointed by nmi Chi tender,. Commissioners to receive, ef Mn,;a5-,n,tM r-Va-tC F- Lyon. late it-,1 ; ,z " cl;l"n3 an aemanrts exhib teu in nfFspfc T. ......... . 1 f.nT,Ef .thB'late beroif. beinsra momns irom the Mowed bv said Court l"rpse. wod, notice th at w, w;n ... 'j r"7u t. v:::',H"r anno ntm. "' mo uu3inOT.i our t the dwelling of Eliiabeth Lvnn, 8,id district, on the third Wed- in Milton, in . ne?dar, r on o'clock A oer and February, nest, at 10 ocioes, A. 11., on each of 8lil davs Dated this 2Cth dav of w s., T ,n DANIEL II Ornv V ON-lnj; 4 riTtirTD i:tt"t.. fV wI9w3 w. v nvvvni ' f JXTTVi ammu Wm. V. REYNOLD-! noners- JESSE B. NORTON'S ESTATE. WSi.' Ib,criber- fari; been appointed rv , , M,0- IIo"-,rabl the Probate Court fnr the District of Chittenden, fo-urnissioners t JV . . . : vent and o all claim? and demandj exhib. ited in orftet thereto; and sis months from the d ty of the dt., hereor. brine a!o-vl bv said Court for that ourpog-, we do therefor, her h7 cive no. tice, that wo will attend ta the bn.ines of onr Tp-imwniit tne fitreliinc; ofrhnntina A. Nor- i i vJmT' YV' ,n iaKl D,st"':'- - it Anril nezt. at 10 . on eafth nf taM .1- v. Dated this 1st dav of Nov-mber, A. D. 18-5-3. J0,IV W'0"K. cCmnmis. w!9w3 A. J. CRANE, ? riomers. NOTICE. STATS OF VERMONT. euivrssDcs cocstt. ss. Chttteadea Co. !opwiM Cenrt. .Tn Tarn. 1C.OA inti'-eMherebT given tn Laeins H. WUcnr, i 1 tht imr-on B. Wileor of Wrfnr, in said Chittenden C' nntv hns pr fered hi libel r a Uirore. to th S..pn.m C-vBrt nt the Sto f Ver mont. aex to be held at, Btiri'ni'nr, witMn nd for the Onntv of C- ittenden on hi tr t Tue..Hy of .Ian nary I860; setting ortb ia said litwl hi sb siamee, Thit he reside in Westford, that on tht lllh day of Octi.be.-. 143. r ir-.,f.,r,i w. :j imeon 15. Wileox w lawfollv married to I.mtrva II Wilkiog bv John H. Woodwnr.1, n C.n rgn-tion-! elrrgyn-an. thaf. from that time bivd with the said ! uein- II. at Fletcher in Fmnklin County and -tate of Verm n in the fII perf..rm anee of all the duties reqniml hv the wirriagc covenants on his pirt until the 29 h ifcty f Aa smt 1810-. when the said l.ueinall. Wilcox, with u any just cause or provocation deserted htm and from thence hitherto hath continue I sueh deser tion ami wholly neglected and refned t livewi-h him. A nd for the e mse aforo'ai'l the said Siraeoa B. pray3 th t the bonds of matrimony ketwten him and the said Lucin.i H. bo dissolved and a bill f divoree be granted. Dated at Burlinston aforesaid, this 25th day of October, A. D. 18'9. STATE OF VERMONT, ) It having been made Ciiittfnden Cocxtt. ss. ( to nooear to me that the aforesaid Lucina H. Wilcox resides without this State, it i3 hereby ordered that she be snm- mone I to appear nnd answer to tho foregoing li bel at the term of the Supreme Court tbe holden at Burlinton, within .ind for the County of Chit ten'len, on the first Tuesday of January, A. D. iou, hy tho publication of the substance of the foresrning libel toother with this otder in the uurlington Free P cs. a newspaper printed and put Iis'aed nt liurlinston. in said I'hitttnden Co-aa-ty, three fucccssive weeks, the last t ublication to be at least six weeks beforo the setting of said court. Datfd at Burlington, in Chittenden County, this !6th day of October. A. D. 1850. MILO L. BENNETT, Judge of the Supreme CaurU Walss & Taft. Attorneys. wlSw3 -ar THE MUSS! A SAIVB VEGETABLE 0IXT3IEXT Bu hern met nl iH in Bortnn for the lrt TMrt 1 a;9, and its virtue haTe Hood the test of ttme. RUSSIA SALTE CCltES BITRNS. XtrSSIA. SALVE CCliES CANCSkS. arssiA salve cniEs sore eyes. BrSSIA SALVE CrHES ITCH. ErSSIA SALVE CURES FELONS. RUSSIA SALTE CUBES SCALD HEAD. RUSSIA SALVE CURES NBTTLS KASK. SUSSt SALVE CURES CUTS KCSSIA SALTE CURES CORNS. RrSSIA SALVE CUSES SCALOft. RUaIA SALVE CURBS SALT EIIEUJI. BrSSIA SALVE CURES SOHSS. RUSSIA SALTE CURES FLBA BIXSS. KCSSIA SALVE CUKES XCHITLO'WS. BCSSIA SALVE CUBES CLCBH3. BUSsIA SALTE CUKES TTAMTS. BUSSIA SALTE CUBES SOBS NirrLES RUSSIA SALVE CUBES STIES. KCSSIA SALTE CUBES FESTBBS. BUSSIA SALVE CUKES KINCVOHIt BUSSIA SALTE CUBES SCTBTT. BUSSIA SALTE CUBES BUNIONS. BUSSIA SALTE CUBES SORE LlPf. BUSHIA SALTE CUKE LVSBOWI.Vft NAILS. BI-SSIA SALTE CUBES SI-IDEK STINGS. BUSSIA SALTS CUBES SHJXOLBS. BUSSIA SALVE CUKES KBUPTTONS. BUSSIA SALTE CUBES KOMQUITO niTEl. RUSSIA SALTE CURES CHILBL.VINS. RUSSIA SALTE CUBES FROZEN LIMBS. BUSSIV SALTE CUBES 1VEVS. BUSSIA SALVE CUBES SOHB E.VES. KUSIA SALVE CUBES BOILS. RUSSIA SALVE CUKES FLESH WOUNDS. RUSSIA SALTE CURES TILES. BUSSIA SALVE CURES BRUISES. RUSSIA SALVE CURES CIIAPPED HANDS. RUSSIA SALVE CURES SriLUNS. RUSSIA SALVE CURES SWELLED NOSE. RUSSIA SALVE CURES ERTSlrELAS. RUSSIA SALVE CURES LAME WRIST. of Vennmou. ItepHlf are instanUr eureil br thla XCIiLi:3kT OirVYJIEIVT. EVEKY MOTHER-TITH CHILD REK, and nil Heart of Families, 6hmUd kep Box in the enpVwnl, or on the ihslfi handj to ose m CASE OP ACCIDENT. Price. 25 Cent3 per Box. Pet up in lanrt ixt nxtal boxr. mth ut fnmTid ""rapper. ii.:'lar tr the above en)rriTir.(r. without which none ore genuine. foW fa the Unite! Ute and Cana'ta by all Tenders tt Patent Medicine. Dntgalits. t most of tha eottutrr ftoret, anl hy Kcdding & Co., Proprietors, Xo. 8 Stale Strrrt, Ooston. A K K V J T U C K OF BOOTS & SHOES THIS DAY DECEIVED AT THE COHXER BOOT & SHOE STORE, OPPOSITE TIIE BANK OF BURLINGTON. All kinds of Boots and Shoes made and repairde to order at srort notice at tho Lowest Cash Prices. E. J. FAY. Burlington, August 30, 2353. dAtwf OAT MEAL, Cornstarch, Hominy, Wheat Grits. Split Peas. Marrow-fat Beans, Macca- roni, lapioea, Vermicelli, Sao, Pearl Barley, Arrow-root, Robinson's Patent Oat-Meal, Barley and Groats, Gelatine, Ismg-lass, Irish Moss, Flavoring Estraet, Culinary Herbs, Pare Ground Spices, Citron, English Currants, Rice Flour, Becker's Farina, and Family Flour which tha purchaser never wishes to return. lisTry the Flour, and any thin; elso in the above t, you happen to want. A. S. DEWET. Juno 21st. 1S53. daw A CARD. I TAKE this opportunity to inform my friends, 3. and the public generally, that I have taken the Store formerly occupied by Hissbee fc Webb, No. 149 Church St- (nezt door above Fuller's Book Store,) where I have opened a FRESH AND DESIRABLE STOCK OF DRY GOODS. By strict attention to business and LOW PRICES.I hope to secure a share of the Public Patronage. Please call and examine Goods and Prioos before purchasing elsewhere, Respectfully, JU. Y . r-A 1. May G, dawtf JgROCHA SHAWL IJOItDERIXGS at JELLISUN'S. THtTRBER BAILEY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 62 Wall SraiT, New Yoss. Commissioner for Vermont in New York, Solicits Coaaiss'.ccr to which be will giva prompt and careful attention. BETERSNCZ3. H03.D. A. Sraalley, Brrrlin?ton; Hot. L.E Chittenden, Burlington; Monllo Noyes, Esq., Burlington: Wortblnston C. Smith, Esq., St. Albans- "Beckwlth, Johnson fc Weed, PUttsburub, N. Y.- John W. Bailey, Esq.. Plattsburzh.N.Y.; A. S. Thurber, En-, Rouses Point, N. Y. April 11. UD vlalIS, an oemnnrts orall 'Mt the cstite of Je,. B. Norfn, late ofHitnlioctnn.insai.ldi.ti-i.,. .i 1