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THE FREE PRESS BUELINGTON, FRIDAY MORNING-, APRIL 13 1860
Hoy. Edward Everett will deliver :t Lec
taIe on " The Early days of Franklin" in
place on Friday of next week, the 20th
Justice is certainly an odd fish she lias
,nly a " inSle lKlir of 8calcs-
f vro think, in a mistake. Justice is al
ways represented with two pair of Hcales.onc
rutr in her hand, and one pair on her eyes.
Mr. Lyon declined fighting a duel, and
-' 'ailed a dog for it. "Ah, you may call
njo a dog.but a live dog is better than a. dead
splendid car but a very poor voice, as the
".in grinder said o( the donkey.
t Never Fails. Hodding's Hussia. Salvo never
- t" euro cuts, burns, scalds, wounds, corns,
.-.i .ns, sores wounds, etc., if liborally used. Sold
- ;j cents a box, at all the Drug stores.
Twenty Years' Experience have t-stcd tho
v . uof of Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry,
, i the result is, that it is the best remedy extant
. , pulmonary and lung disease; embracing tho
W', 1 range from a slight cold to a settled con
.1U.tion. Were it not for its mrits, it would
I i unco havo " died, and mado no sign."
Xcws of the Week
Bj Tclcsrupli o the Dnilj" Krn- I'i-i-ms
New York. April 7.
The Tribune says that the State Depart
ment has received from Charleston, a state
ment of the capturo of the Iirig Jcliassec, on
the cnai-t of Africa, by an English cruiser,
wlii.-h will be immediately transmitted to Mr.
Pullas, for the purpose of demanding rcpara
t, n. The Jchassec is owned by the parties
. n.vrnod in the "Wanderer's Slave trade
It io understood that the Harpers Ferry
C .mmittwvill to-day take up tho Sanborn
.irrst isp, and bring forward a resolution
thing the Seageant-at-Arms with full au
thority to make the arrest.
The Covodc investigating committee has
.jammed George Uakcr, Editor of tho Perm
,h antan, who testified to holding a salary
..f $1200 in the Philadelphia Custom House,
'.lit could not tell what office he held or what
luties ho performed, or why his name did
not appear on the list of employees. lie ad
mitted he was a relative of President Bii-.-lunan's.
Geo. II. Purser of N. Y. testified
m unous matters connected with the Gov
, rnment contract relative to tho public stor
w in New York, stating that responsible
parties had offered to take the contract at
j. ,0,(flO less than the amount paid by Gov
ernment. The Committee rail on Sec. Cobb
f r a copy of this contract and all correspond
neo relating thereto.
Boston, April 11.
FLOUR. The demand has been quite moderate
the past week, but prices remain about the same.
Sales at $5 50 for common brands Western; fancy
brands $oC2J a5 87i; oxtra at$5 8. i a 600; and
superior at $6 C2J a " 50 per bbl, including Ohio,
Jonessec, Canada and Michigan. Corn Meal has
been in moderate demand at $.3 "5 a 4 00 per bbl.
Rye Flour is soiling at $3 50 a 4 50 per bbl, inclu
ding common and extra.
GRAIN'. Tho demand for Corn has been mod
erate during tho wcok. Sales at 75c for poor up
t" 80 a 83c for good and ohoice yellow; 78 a P0o
f .r white and mixed. Oate oontinuo dull, and tho
-ales have been at 45 a 46c per bush, for Northern
and Canada, and extra, lots at a higher price. Rye
i dull, and has been selling at 87 a 90c per bush.
White Beans arc selling at 75c a SI for Common,
$1 10 a 1 15 for blue pod, and $1 50 a 2 00 for ex
tra pea and marrow. Canada I'ens havo boon sold
at 82 a 85 per bush. Shorts have beon selling at
. i a 25, and Fine Feed and Middling at $20 a 30
Provisions. Pork continue in moderato de
mand, but prices remain quito steady; the sales
hare been at $15 50 a $16 forprime;;$16 25 a 18
f r mess ; and $20 a $21 for clear, cash and 4
m In Beef, the sales have been to some oxtent
at a $12 50 for Eastern and Western mess and
itra mess, and $14 50 a SIC for family extra,
cash and I mos. Lard is soiling at 11 a lljc in
bbls. and tierces, and 12 a 12ic in kegs, cash and
4 mos. Smoked Hams aro selling at 11 a lljc,
and Pickled Hams OJe, cash. Butter is dull, and
the lower qualities almost unsalable, sales at 1C
i Ikc for good nnd choice, and 10 a 14 for common
..nd fair; Canada and Western is selling at 9 a 14c
f,.r common and extra. Checso is firm, with sales
ut : a 13c p lb. cash, as to quality.
W..ol. Fleece and pulled Wool has been in
moderate renuest, with sales as wanted by manu-
fcturcrs at 45 a 55c for fleece, and 38 a 52c for
r a mii it mm: cattle market.
Wednesday April 11.
Kt market f.25 Cattle, about 600 Beeves and
Ui -tores, consisting of Working Oxen, Cows
, two, and threo years old.
Pkicei op Market BEtr E tra pr owt. $7 50
a77i; Istquality, $7 00; second quality, $5 50;
third quality S 75; ordinary, 3 00.
Working Oxen, $90a$175 per pair.
Cows and calves S2Sa42a05; Two year
old H7a3J; Three years old $25 a 28.
Suekp awd Lambs 1950 at market. Prices, in
lots, $150 a 1 75a2 00; Extra $3 00 a 4 00 a 5 50.
Hides, 7 a 7 is per lb.; Pelts, SI 25a 1 75 each;
Calf Skins 10 a lie Tallow, 7 a7J
Remarks. But littlo chango to noto in prices
for Beef from lait week. Butchers had a better
choice without the increase of price. Sheep same
as lart week.
nm.T.mVAY'S OINTMENT AND
lMLIiS. Wonderful Remedies for tho cure of
Scalds and Burns. Emelia Anderson, Newport,
Rhode Island, was accidentally severely scalded by
some boiling tfr falling over her. The whole
of the right side and leg in particular w.s in a
moat shocking state. Something in tho hurry of
the momoLt as applied whi h caused the flesh to
peel off almost to tho bono, and rendered her utter
ly unable to move, she was carried to bed, medi
cal afsittanco called in. and her recovery despair
el of. It so happened, that a friend who paid a
visit that day, had just been cured of a dreadfully
bad leg by llolloway's Ointment and Pills, and
she recommended the samo. Tho Pills and Oint
ment were bought and used; by continuing them
for two weeVs, she was perfectly well, ami has
written most gratefully to Professor Holloway, for
the cure effected.
Arpril 14. dawlw
rito.n the kvknino kximii ss.
July !Uh, 1859. Spalding's Prepared Ulue is so
adhesive that it can be used in rejoining heavy
pieces of furniture, while at the same time it, is
invaluable to ladies for cone, shell, a- d other or
MHS. WINSl.tm" An experienced nurse
and female pliyaician, has a Soothing Syrup for
children teething which greatly facilitates the
process of teethiug by softening tl egums, reducing
all inflammitinn will allay all pain, and sure
to regulate the t-iwnls. Depend upon it uiotbers,
it will give rest to yourselves, am rclie and
health to your infants. Perfectly sale i all cases.
See advertisement in another column. dawly
II AIR DYE! HAIR WYE!! HAIR
DYE ! ! ! Wm. A. Batciielor's Hair Drr. !
TTie Original and Best in the World ! All others
ars mcro imitations, and should bo avoided, if you
wish to cscapo ridicule.
Oray,rcd,or rusty hair dyed instantly to a beau
tiful and natural brown or black, Without' injury
to the hair or Ekin.
Fifteen medals and diplomas have been awarded
to Wm. A. lUtchclor sinco 1819, and over 60.000
applications have been mado to tho hair of tho
patrons of his famous dyo.
Wm. A. Batchelor'a Hair Dyo produces a coler
not to bo distinguished from nature, and is war
ranted not to injure in tho least, however long it
may bo continued, and the ill-effects of bad dyes
remedied; the hair invigorated for life by this
Sold in all cities and towns of tho United Stater,
by Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
Tho genuine has tho name and address upon a.
steel plato engraving on four sidos of each Box,
WM. A. BATCIIELOU,
w3Sdawly 1C Bond Street, New York.
1VIOS! WIGS! "WIGS ! Batchelor's Wigs
and Troupoes surpass all. Thoy aro clcgant.light,
easy and durable,
Fitting to a charm no turning up behind no
shrinking oil tho head ; indeed, this is the only es
tablishment whero those things aro proporly un
derstood and made. 1C Bond Strcot, Now York.
A FRIES!) IS NEED. TRY IT
Dr. Swcct't nfalliblo Liniment is prepared from
tho recipe Dr. Stophcn Sweet, of Connecticut,
the grcatbono setter, and has boon used in his
practice for tho last twenty yoars with tho most
astonishing success. As an external remedy it is
without a rival, and will alleviate pain moro
speedily than any othsr preparation. For all
Rheumatic and Nervous Disorders it is truly in
fallible, and as a curativo for Soros, Wounds,
Strains, Bruises, Ac, its soothing, healing and
powerful strengthening properties, oxcito tho just
wondor and astonishment of all who havo given it
a trial. Over four hundred certificates of remarka
ble ouros, performed by it within the last two
years, attest this fact.
See advertisement. d.twCraos.
"IJuy me, mid I'll do you Good.'
CLEANSE THE SVSTEU, rimiFV THE BLOOD.
'lilt bat Spring -Summer Medicine in the World is
Boot and Herb Bitters,
Composed of Sarsaparilla, Wild Cherry, Yellow
Dock, Prickly Ash, Thoroughwort, Rhubarb, Man
drake, Dandelion, Ac, all of which aro so com
pounded as to act in concert, and assist Naturo in
Those Bitters continue to be tho most standard,
populnrand reliable medicine ever disoovcrod for
the euro of Liver Complaint and all tboir attend
ants ; Jaundice in its worst forms ; Humors,
whether of tho blood or skin ; all Billious Diseas
es and Foul Stomach; Dyspepsia; Costive ness ;
Femalo Weakness, and every disease arising from
Indigestion, or sedentary habits of life ; Head
ache; Diziiness : piles ; Heartburn; Pains in the
Side, Bowels, or Back ; Flatuloney ; Loss of Ap
petite, and overy kindred complaint arising from
Impurities of tho Blood, Diseased Liver, or Disor
dered Stomach, to which overy perron is more or
less subject in this climate.
The effect of this modioine is most wonderfnl
it acts directly upon tho bowels and blood, by re
moving all obstructions from the internal organs,
stimulating them into healthy action, renovating
the fountains of life, purifying tho Mood, cleans
ing it from nil humors, and causing it to course
anew throngh overy part of tho body ; restoring
the invalid to health and usefulness.
Only 25 and $S cents per lUlo. Sold by deal
ers in lnedieino everywhere.
Orders addressed to .1. 0. LANGLEY or OBO
C. GOODWIN & CO., Boston. inarchldwA6m
SFIJCIFIC REMUDY I'OH Con
sumption ! Hypophosphites of lime and odn.
Dr. Churchill's Now Treatment. The success on
Dr. Churchill's new troatment has no parallel in
tho annals of medicine. Tho II YPOPHOSPHITRS
act promptly energetically, and certainly in ALL
stages of Pulmonary Phthisis. They havo a
twofold specific action increasing tho nerve-forco,
and generating abundant healthy , blood. Thoy
act with tho same rROHPTXBSS and cbrtaixtv in
all cases of Norvous or Goneral Dohillty, Dyspep
sia, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Scrofula, Riokote. Female Weaknesses, and Sper
matorrhea, because theeo morbid conditions oi me
systom aro tho rosults of deficient vitality, depend
ent on an "undue xois e of tho Uzyatzable l not
phonts normally existing in the economy."
Tho HYPOPHOSPHITES being both oxydizab
be and auimilaUe, supply the deficient element
by tho action of a woll-known chemical law. They
cheek Night Sweats, relievo Cough, diminish ex
pectoration, arrest Diarrhea, equalize tho circula
tion, improvo tho appetite, promote refreshing
s'eep, and restore the vital E.Nnnov. Thoy are,
saysDr, Chure'iill, "not only a? s ire a remedy i
Consumption as quinino is in intermittent fevor
but also as effectual a preservative a vaccination
WINCESTER'S GENUINE PREPARATION
OF THE HYPOPHOSPHITES OF LIME AND
SODA-isthoonfyrriaWformor Dr. Churchill s
Remody, and is approved by tho Medical Profes
sion irenorallv. USE NO OTHKU
PRICES. In 7 and 16-ounco (rint; Domes, si
and $2 each. Threo large, or six small, bottles
for $5. All orders, inclosing !?10, for six large,
nr one dozen small will bo forwarded.
FREE OF EXPENSE, to all places in tho
United States which can bo reached by Express
nr ltailroad. Dr Churchill's "Treatiso on Urn
and Circulars oralis, to all inquirers.
r . rr ,!!., nrito for tbcin. Sold
bei no susi u,"j
wholesale and retail, at the solo General Depot
t irrvr-il F.ST Ell. 43 John St. N. Y.
F. II. IlOniNSON'S INDEXICAL
iT.vprt ROAP A new and bcautifnl prcpara
tion mado by the Boston Indexical r0Ar io.,
,n.ulr fnr l-.min!r and polishing Silver Plated
and Britannia Wares, ana ior cleaning .uirruu,
Mnrl.ln. Tin. Ac. It is much moro convenient and
effective than any of tho powders now in use, and
may b usod oven by inexperienced help with pcr
ntv. as it contains nothing that can possibly
injuro the finest plato or jewelry, or even tho most
dolicato skin though not designed for toilet use.
It is far superior to any other soap for cleaning
fine Houso Paint, Statuary, amuciai icciu mm
fir. . rtc.
Many of our largest importers, and manufactur
r i nnri niarod ware, wno'uavo ustu n
havo given it their unquauiieu approval, now i"
Boston, May 2, 1859
Mnesrt. Saxford Jc Bcnmrr :
Gentlemen. After repeated trials of your bil vcr
Soap, we can recommend it as the best article wr
have ever seen lor cleaning piaica anu silver ware,
It must soon bo used by every family.
(Late Jones, Ball .t Co.)
IIoston, June 1, 1SG9.
Gentlemen. We havo, during the last twclvo
months, civen your silver soap a thorough trial,
and find there is nothing to equal it, as it Cleans
silver quirtcr, better, and with leis tronUt than any
thing wo have been able to find.
Samuel T. Crosby A Co., 09 Washington st
Boston, Juno 13, 1859.
Gentlemen Wo havo mado careful trial of
your silver soap, and find it admirably adapted to
the cleaning of silver and plated wares, particular
ly the chased and frosted work, and wo take plea
sure in recommending it to tho public as a safe
andeffcrtive oyent for removing tarnish and restor
ing the color with a very small amount of labor.
We have never seen a better articlo for the above
purpose. Yours, truly, etc.,
Haddock, Lincoln .t Foss,
C5 and C7 Washington St.
PUMICE STONE S0P.
This soap, unrivalled for its crasivo properties
is free from any caustic alkali. It scours the bands
aud renders them soft and white. It acts like mag
ic in removing Writing and Printers' Ink, Pitch,
Varnbdi, Acid and other stains, from the hands,
without the use of oil, alcohol, or other neutral
izing asents. It is equal to the best French poncine
in quality, and is sold for less than half the price.
Manufactured by th Boston Indexical Soap Co.
GEO. W. SAFFORD t CO., Agents,
(Late Safford and Burditt,)
58 Tremont, corner of Beacon street, Boston.
JUST RECEIVED AT JELMSJN"
A GOOD and large assortment of IRISn
JIBLAND'S -PATE STI
THE ONLY POSITIVELY
Fire Proof Safe.
M. -B. BIGELOW & ANSON HARDY,
32 School Street,
II. It. R.-
After a louglifo passed in tho study, practico
and teaching of medicine, tho lato Dr. Hoffman,
advised people Jto beware of drugs and physicians,
and the late Dr. Munson, of Now Haven, declared
that as -'his hairs grew thinner, his materia mcd-
ica grew less." It would be well for mankind if
all physicians were equal.y candid, but in spite of
such honest confossions tho Dispensary continues
to pour its mineral poisons, its terrible narcotics,
its drastic purgatives down the throats of the sick
in a never ending volume. To Radway A Co., be-
long tho honor of having reduced tho Materia Med-
ica to three combinations of curativo elements,
, , , , , , '
which comprehend all thi valuable properties
claimed for all tho drugs in use, and are tho same
tiino exempt from the fearful drawbacks which
render many of tho standard medicines as dangcr
ons as tho diseases they are prescribed to euro.
Radwas Ready Relief.Regulators and Resolvent"
relied upon exclusively by thousands of both sexes
in nil parts of tho Union, as absolutely infallible,
operato in correspondence with fixed laws. They
do not euro ono and produco no effect on another,
but in ail cases 01 .rever, scroiuia, i,owei v.om-
a r. - . r,- I
plaint, Dyspepsia, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea,
Liver Complaint, in short in overy disorder known
. 1 u. r 1, i.Aiu,i ao
lu',"uu,ui" U-1-U-" b ,
orall of them invariably resoro tno iicaitn 01 tno
In cases of coughs, colds, influenza, croup,
whooping cough, pneumonia, inflammation or
congestion of tho Lungs, readily yiolds to Rad
way's Ready Relief, and Rogulating Pills. In
cases of Bronchitis,Tubercles,Ulcors, Phthisic oto.,
Radwny's Renovating Resolvent is a positivo spe
cific. Sold by druggists and dealers everywhere
"See advertisement in another column.
Oil I' AT IIK.MKDIF.S.
cure a cough or eold uso
Dr. Wlslar's Balsnm of Wild Cherry.
To euro whooping Cough, Croup or Bronchitis,
Dr. Wistar's Ilatsam of Wild Cherry.
To arrest predisposition to consumption, use
Dr. llar Balsam oj Wild Cherry.
Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry,
Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Chorry,
Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry,
Dr. Wistar's Balsam of ild Cherry,
The Great Remedy
Tho Great Remedy,
Tho Great Remedy,
Coughs, Cold?, Cronp, Sore Threat, HoarseneM.
Coughs, Colds, Croup, Sore Throat, Hoar.oos,
Coughs, Colds, Croup, Sore Throat, Hoarienes,
Coughs, Colds, Croup, Sore Throat, HoarMaoH,
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, Qoinsey.
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, Qainiey.
Bronchitis, Whooping Congh, Asthma, Qulney.
All affections of tho Throat, Lungs and Chest.
All affections of tho Throat, Lungs and Chest.
AH affections of the Throat Lungs and Chest.
bas,and will euro
Consumption, Consumption, Consumption,
Consumption, Consumption, Consumption,
Consumption, Consumption, Conntmption,
Tho history of the Rnlmiu provos it to bo ono of
Nature's best gifts to man.
Tho only gonuino is prepared by Seth W. Fowle
t Co., Boston, and bears their printed nnmo on
thowrappor, as well as tho written signature of
liUTTS, and is for salo in city and country .by
Druggists, Doalorsin Medicino, and Agents,
Everywhere, Everywhere, Everywhere,
Prnnaro.1 bv S. W. FOWLE .t CO., BOSTON, and
for salo bv J. W. Ronv If Co., and Amos C.Si-EAr.,
llnrlinTfAn : MARCUS HCLL. HlUBSBDItfiH ; .1. S.
STORns.tSos, Winooski; C. M. Bates, Essex
rfn. C. W. Ilnow.vELL. Painesville; J. .1.
SiuoN-ns.t Co.. Sholburno; E. Alex anker, Char-
lotto; L. P. Carleton, Undorhill: ana by an
doalcrs in medicino everywhere.
T. A. l'liuiv, iAgoni.
March 22. wtw
In Burlington, on Saturday, April 7th, Mr.
Jeromiah Tryon, aged 02.
In Burlington, April 5th, Hetty Annabcllo,
only daughter of L. and Martha E. Graton, aged
In Burlington, on Sunday tho btn inst., Jiary,
tho infant daughter of D. A. and A. L. Danforth,
ageu u monms.
In Essox, on tho 7th inst., Mrs. Hannah K., wifo
rn tr w,;.. n
" w ' o
In Charlotto, Vt., April 5th, Helen L., only
daughter of Alonzo II. and Elvira A. Barker, aged
10 yoars, 1 month and 4 days.
0. . JELMSOA', Agent,
OFFERS HIS ENTIRE STOCK. OF
ic k D u ; e i) i' it i r e s .
To bo closed out within 30 DA VS. as ho intends
Burlington, April 3, 1SC0. w42tf
Ilair-Work and Toilet Goods,
1" F. IIITROESS A SON, Manufactur-
JL. ere of all kinds and styles of Lapies' and
Gent.'s Hair-work. iew style Uent.s iuji,
great improvement, wholly unshrinking, and perfectly
natural; mado ot tno Vest Human tiair, ana jni'
ural Color all kinds at wholesale and retail
..nnA fit Warranted. Rule, for Measurinc the
Head for a WU. 1. Round tho largest part of
tho head. 2. From point of llair on lorclicau to
nape of neck. 3. Over top of head, car to car.
I If 1 f..U.,t ai. tr. ,r llv enmlinr. mPHCtirn
1. jUflllHjuiriK.. v.. ...... "J ...
of hair for color, a good fit can be assured.
15. P. BURGESS SON,
33 Washington St., opp. Avon Place,
aaia BUSHELS OF POTATOES
StUUU by DREW 4" AT WATER,
opposite the Lako House, Burlington, Vt.
April 11. wtf
READY FOR TIIE SEASON.
I HAVE not spent largo sums of money, making
unnecessary alterations in my store, therefore I can
afford to sell cheaper. I will positively do so. I
I have manufactured a well assorted stock for tho
spring trado, of
P ALL KINDS OF CLOTHING
for men and boys, of latest fashion and best work.
Also for sale all kinds of Furnishing Goods, In-
dia Rubber Goods, Ac, Ac. Tho only owner of the
right to sell Singer's Sewing Machine in this coun
ty. All others are fraud, as I paid the full
amount demanded for the said right at its nrst in
trnHnction to the public in this county. As evi
dence deeds mado out by a lawyer in a lawful man
nor nnil rornrded in Washington.
riMW timIIv cleaned and repaired. Next door
, nt ihn American Hotel. C. BENNS.
Burlington March, 10. dawCw
niTT XT TIT) TIT A T A mTt1r
OTXi-JCiX -Cl.l-.Xa. JL
For Statesmen. Jud?ej. Editors. Phvsicians of tho
oldest schools as well as now. eivo it their unqual
ified sanction, and recommond it for all cases of
eruptions, and diseases of the scalp and brain; uui
all who have usod it unito in testifying that it will
preserve tho hair from boing gray, and from fall
ing to any ago, as woll as restore Head tno 101
Oak Grove. S. C. Juno 2tth. 1859.
Prof. O. J. Wood: Dear Sir. Your Hair Rc-
storativo is rapidly gaming popularity in tnis
community. I had occasion to lay prejudice aside,
and givo your Hair liostorativo a perfect test:
During tho year 1854, I was so unfortunate as
to be thrown from my sulky against a rock near
tho roadsido. from which mv head received a most
terriblo blow; causing a great deal of irritation,
. I, .!. 1 1 1. . 1 A:n Ami Avtnrn.il
from the cffecU of wMch my
hair was finally destroyed over the entiro surface
01 lno nead. rom tho time 1 lirst disco m
I ilrnni.:.. I.- i. il.. I! .fill Infill 1U-
ipeo7l od eveTy thing I couU think
of, being a professional man myself, and as I
thought, understanding tho naturo of tho disease,
Cn""y dcfcated !n prescription ad-
These and no other circumstances induced mo 0
resort to your worthy Hair Restorative, wuicn 1
f V. . 1 1 . 1 1 rurr
l! ""V 7" 1 r? VX V T-nliA
happy result: two months nftcr tho first applica-
tion I had as beautiful a head of vounc hair as I
over saw, for which I certainly owe you my most
emcero inanKs. Kcst assured, dear air, 1
recommend your remcdv to all inquirers; more
over, I shall uso my influence, which I flatter my
self to say, is not a littlo.
lou can.publish this if you think proper.
Yours, very respectfully, M. J. Wright, M.D.
Office of the Jeflersonian, )
Philinni. Va.. Dec. 12. 1658. S
Dear Sir, I feel it my duty as well a3 my
r'casuro, to state to you tho following circum-
tIeman orth, ,aM (a , ha, beCn bald
cwiRO nuigu VOU C3H USO as VOU UimK nriMlfl . n
ever since his early youth; so much so, that ho was
compelled to wear a wig. Ho was induced to use
abottloof your "Hair Rcstorativo," which he
liked very much; and after using some two or
three bottles, his hair grew out quito luxuriantly,
and ho now has a handsome head of hair. Tho
gentleman's namo is Bradford, and as ho is very
woll known in our adjoining countie, many per
sons can testify to tho truth of this statcmont; I
givo it to you at tho requost of Mr. Bradford. You
can sell a great deal of your Hair Rcstorativo in
this and adjoining counties, if you have tho proper
ngenU. Yours Ac,
Dr. Wood; Dear Sir. Permit me to cxpross
tho obligations I am under for the entire restora
tion of my hair to its original color. About tho
time of my arrival in tho United States it was
rapidly becoming gray, but upon tho application
of your " Hair Restorative" it soon recovered its
original huo. I consider your Restorative as a very
wonderful invention, quite eulcacious as well as
agreeable S. Thalberg.
The Restorative is put up in bottles of three
sizes, viz: large, ineuium, anu small; me small
holds 1-2 a pint, and retails for ono didlar per
bottle; tho medium holds at least twenty por cent,
more in proportion than tho small, retails for two
dollars per bottle: the large holds a quart. 40 por
cent, more in proportion, and retails for $3.
O.J. WOOD A, W., Proprietors, li uroauway
Now York, and 115 .Market Street, St. Louis, Mo.
And sold by all good Druggists and Fancy Goods
April 1. 1S00. daw3m
ARE NOW SELLING AT
HAT. CAP AA'I) Flit STOKE.
?l I S S H S II A T S
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
THIS PRETTIEST AND CHEAPEST
we over had, can now be seen at A 1iI.I2.VS.
Also, to aooommodato those id want of them, we
hare a few
S II A K 15 It II O O I) S,
, O W P 11 I U E S .
wanting a good reliable Silk, Kersey, Soft, Felt,
Opya or French Hat, or any other kind of Ilead
Dress (except a M'jy), one that will do him justice
overy time, will please call at .lLL.V-S' and
examine tho tuudt varied assortment ever offered
April . dawtf
Get the Best.
Y i: it s t i: ns
XEAV I'K TOKIAIi EDITION.
1,500 Pictorial Iltiitrntion. !
9,000 TO 10,000 NEW WORDS in tho V.H-abulary'
Table or synonyms, by 1'rot. tuuuiin;ii.
With other new features. Together with all mat-
tor of tho previous odititions. In ono volumo of
I7.0 pages; Price g(i .U. som oy an uook-
G. .t C. MERRIAM, Spnngtiold, .Mass.
'The ci'ihlu ihucs of Jlluslralions, rom-
iwrnble in fmeiiess to those of hank notes, arc
1 . . . i it 1 1
worth the price ot the oook. uj. neram.
"0-l tin- lli'l." t-vt the IIniuloiu'l
Oct tin- C!ic:i't. "Wlilrr.
From J. .S. Adams, Scc'y of Vermont Hoard
AIKSSRS. li. .V J. .UCIUII.lH
Gent.; This new edition of
0iMtor. Dictionary is as crcditablo to us all as
Americans, asit is honorablo to you, as an enduring
mnnumontof tho enterprise and energy of its pub-
Ushers; and I hope, at no distant jwriod, to seo it
placed by autlionty, in every puouc ccnooi m
Vermont. With respect, truly yours.
.1. &. ADAMS,
See'y Vt. Hoard of Fducation
Burlington, .March 3, 18C0. ap9daw3w
N KXV STEIIEOOHAIMIS.
rpiiE sunsnunER has jrST RECEIVED a
I inr addition to his stock of Stereographs,
comprising somo two hundred new views, among
VIEWS IN CALIFORNIA,
interesting to every ono who has friends in San
r..ncm nr lin iirps to sco the wonders of Cal
ifornia sccnory ; a number of
beautifully colored ;
WHITE .MOITNTAIN VIEWS,
NIAGARA and other Views nf American Scenery,
.tc. .tc. For salo at lowest city prices, at tho Chit
tenden County Dagucrrian Gallery, 144 Uiurcn
rrMIE UNIH'illMli.NliU navo tins nay iv'"-
t at No. 1 Bank Block, tho largest and most
cm iIa1a.i u'ir. Ac (lint, thiw have ever had
t-riml nssorimcni oi tt awnos. .lunun,, -
the pleasure uf showing to their customers, ami
.t.n mnst beautiful pattern" and tho latest Sprin;
i gtvlcs. Their articles are too numerous io euumn -
ate, and styles too varied to explain, but coiuo
I 1 -II 1,a. .clll ali.tiv vmi their !OOd3
OnOJIIUUIIO"11 luvJ ,... ......
an(j j y0U tuo prices, which will bo much lower
than ever before offered in this market.
PLAITS OAK HALL,
COLLEGE ST., - BURLINGTON, VT
m-utrs nomilar U otuin- Store, csiaomncu in
- - . i t i
I 1S43. has iustbeen thoroughly rcGttcd, in
side and out, anil is now unci wun :m
ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF
GOODS .' !
Which in variety, extent, snd low pricos, cannot
fail to meet the wants of the public.
Our good3 are now procured otoneot the largest
wholosa e csia.uisnu.e,. ... v....
Dies us to sen
Lower than ever beiore
We 1 a 't wij'i t) mi'ii suuJia promises, bu
sitnplv invite ins peip.u 19u.11 iii... mi mcuj
A. PLATT, Agent.
Burlington, March 3, 1860. dawtf
Save your Carpets.
TIIE great inquiry has been mado for a number
of Tears by houso-keepors, What shall wo put
under our Carpets to protect thom from wear and
moth ? This grand and valuable djscovery was
effected and patented April 1st, 18 3G, by J, R.
HARRINGTON, and is called
Harringtoti'a Patent Carpet Lining.
This articlo having proved its utility has now
come into general use, so much so that scarcely a
carpet will bo put down without, and its cheapness
puts it in the reach of every family. It is war
ranted to add 50 per cent, to tho durability of
Carpets, Oil Cloths and Matting. The details of
its merits aro too numerous to mention. It can bo
obtained at any of tho principal Carpet Stores
Stores throughout tho United States, and is manu
factured only by tho
Sew Vork Camel kiiiiiiU Company.
Also, oxtensivo manufacturers of
MAMMOTH COTTON RATTINO.
Tho best and choipost that havo ever been intro
duced in tho market.
Offict. 11 DeySt., Salks Room HO Pearl St.,
All orders or information requested will bo at
tended to with promptness and despatch.
I'ndcr the supervision of tho Patenteo,
J. R. HARRINGTON, Agent.
Manufactory, US avd 150 Water St., N.Y.
HTScnd for Circular.
April 7, 1SG0. 13m
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Just Published, in a Scaled Envelope,
ON THE NATURE. TREATMENT, AND
RADICAL CURE OF SPERMATORRHOEA,
or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervous
ness and Involuntary Emissions, inducing Impo
tency and Mental and Physical Incapacity.
liY KOIiEIlT .1. CULVEKWIXL, SI. I).,
Author of" The Green Hook."
Tho world-renowned author, in his admirablo
Lecture, clearly proves from his own oxporionce,
that tho awful consequonces of self-abuse may bo
effectually romoved without Medicino and without
dangorous Surgical operations, bougies, instru
ments, rings or cordials; printing out a mode of
cure at once certain and effectual, by which overy
sufferer, no matter what his condition may be,
may cure himself cheajiy, prwitely and radically.
This lecture will prove a boon to thousands and
t;nr,t ,ia,W ami in nnv address, nost riaid. on tho
rccoipt of two postago stamps, by addressing
1)H. mi. .1. W. Iviji.Nii, Ji. v., i-si rirai nveuuu,
New York, Post Offico Box 1586.
April 7. dawly
J arranted correct, and very low priced, can
bo found at
BRINSM All) .t HILDRETII.
MHS. E. M. KEIjLOOOS'
Haclfmc Sewiui? Tarlor.
(free press ruildikc,)
NO. C, COLLEGE ST., BURLINGTON, VT
HIE subscriber has taken neat nnd commodi
ous rooms as above, and is prepared to
recoive and fill promptly, all orders for Plain
Semnq and Shirt-Mahmg, Ornamental stitching Cfc.
Bosoms, Ladies Unlar-Meeves and dollars
Drma, fc J., stitch.-1 in tho nicest mannor
E. M. KELLOGG
! ijdi, in H ). dawtf
Hoot and Shoe Xoticc'.
MIE SUBSCRIBER, having made arrange
. ments to add MANUFACTURING to his
business, would say that he is now prepared to
make to measure,
JIE-V'S WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S
SOOTS, SHOES, AND GAITEH3,
in a neat and workman-like manner.
I'e pairing, also, neatly done.
Constantly on hand for sale, a large stock of
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Kid and
Cloth Button Boots; Congress Gait
ers; Shoes; Slippers, tj-c,
of all the different styles and qualities.
ALSO Gent.'s FINK and MEDIUM quality
C A L V It o O T S ,
sewed and pegged, double and single soles.
'A IiF SHOES. CONGRESS OAI'I ERS,
11 which are for sale at very low prices, by
A. PROUTT, JR.,
lot Church street.
TTI-E SONGS FOR LITTLE lEO-PI.H-
D RICE :;." CENTS. This book of songs is just
E ..h.t tho i;m filk in rair Sunday schools and
families have long wanted. They will never grow
weary of it. It is sola encaper tnan u ougm hi
be, because of several similar works being in the
market at almost ruin'us prices. But who cora-
plmns or a booK uemg too cneap : every iun;
o.t u.h,,.i miisi hirnmrn. Remember, this is
a bran new b.k never before advertised.
Just received and for sale at Huntington s.
Burlington, April 2d, lCO.
TO THE 1MMILIC.
5 I A V 1 NO enlarged my Store, recently, to ncar-
I I 1 ,.:-A I . . rnnn.v A.Mi.itv fnr KminMl. Ami
B m ijf HI IV. V ,w 1 ' ' 1 . ,' " y -
re-fitted it with all the elegancies and convenien
ce of the times, I would invite your attention to
my large stoca 01
Gentlemen's anil Youths
Hi-ail v 31 a lie Clothing,
and Furnishing Goods of all descriptions, stylos
Taa a lni.r... irhlMi T hum 9Miirl for til
purchaia of Gols in the cities, enable me to otto
mv stock at lower price? than can be fouad else
where in this vicinity. I als have a corps o
good workmen in my employ, so inai 1 am enauiou
to supply my customers, at the shortest notico,
with an excellent iuality of custom work. My
F A N C Y AND DRESS C L O T II S
C.l.V.VOV HE EXCELLED.
tl. d1aaI- ,pi.;aIi T hnvn now nn hand will be
iiMi ;.,,A.r. t,...v.. 1
disposeil of at very reduced prices; and I shall be
ready to show the Spring styles to my friends
about tno utu inst,.
T i.aa .. .rill f.itrnr inn hv a call and ex-
amination of tho inducements which can bo ottered
vou to patronizo my establishment.
J 1 ..,, T rpTT1t.-
jtespeciiuuy, . auihv,
No. 2 .1 3 Bank Block, Burlington, Vt.
.March, 5 1SG0.
T HAVE SECURED by contract, tno sorvicos 01
.H eighteen thousand industrious liens, I0i ono
year, commencing tho 20th instant ; and as no
"hon fever" is apprehended, I hope to be ablo to
fill orders for oggs to any desired xtent.
"Strikos by tne operatives are so guarueu
against as to remove all fear of high pricos.
A lull supply is pronnseu ior aura.
1 A. S. DEWEY.
Burlington, March 20th, 1SG0 dtf
rjTHOSE who would get tho largest quantity of
I tho finest quality, with tho least money, will
d their wants met at DEWEY'S.
.March 10th 1SG0.
C. F. STAIVIF0RD
HAS NOW orn.NEi A men STOCK OF
and would call the attention of tho L iuiej' to an in
Lace, Valonccnnos, Lace Edgings and Inscrt
ings, Tarlatans, India Long Cloths, Jacon
ets, Embroideries, Nainsooks, Swiss Mus
lin, Bishop Lawn, Brilliantes, Percale
Cloths, Dimcty, Linen, Birds-oyo Dia
per, Skeleton Skirts, Corsets, Coun
terpanes, House-keeping Goods,
Lace and Wrought Muslin Cur
tains, Brocatele, Window
Shados, Fixtures, Ac,
() L CLOTHS,
in great variety of patterns.
Having, by my system of LOW PRICES
AND GOOD GOODS
increased my sales to a largo amouut, I am ena
bled to ofTer Goods at LOWER prices, than
Burlington, March 1", 1SC0.
DIt. CHURCHILL'S Hypopliosphitcs ;
HUNEWELL'S REMEDIES ;
SfAULDIXC'S l'REP'll CUT;
ATIICRTON'S CHERRY SYRUP;
DADD'S HORSE REMEDIES ;
WINHLOW'S SOOTHING SVRUT
WOOD'S II A I R RESTORATIVE;
HOLLOWAY'.s OINTMENT AX L "ILLS;
aver's medicines ;
with all the
POPULAR REMEDIES OF THE DAY;
for sale at Wholesale Prices,
by TIIE0. A. PECK.
Feb. 2. dawtf
gPALDIXG'S PREPARED GLUE!
SI"A!.I)l::'S IMtKPAKKI) UI.VE!
sp.:.ni'i-s lMtlTj'A uki ui.uk:
SAVI0 'I'lIK I'IKl'KS!
OQ- u A Stitch i.i Time satts Siyr.." -CC
An aeciilmtt trill htiypen, exrn in ttl-rrgulatil families, it
Is very desirable to hTe ome chep and conveoUnt way for
repairing Furniture. Toys, Crockery, Ac.
SIA Mil NO'S PKKI'AREIl OLUK
meets all such emerKertcW. and no hoasehold can afford to be
without it It is always ready, and up to the Btickine: point
There is rv longer a ntce.sity for limping chairs, pplintered
reneets. beadle dolls, and broken cradles. It is Just tba
article for cone, shell, and other ornamental work, 10 popular
with ladies of .en.1eme.1t and ta.te.
This Admirable preparation is used cold, being chemically
held In solution, and poMessing ail tho valuable qualities ot
tho best cabinet makers Glue. It may be used In th place
of ordiuary mucilage, being vastly more adhesive.
"USEFUIi IK EVERY nOUSE."
N. H. A Ilrush accompanies each bottle. Price, 23 tlnli.
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar-st, New York.
Addreu HENRY cTsP AIDING & CO.,
Box No. 3,600, Hew York.
Put up for Dealers in Ca.rs containing four, eight, and
tvrelto dozen a beautiful Lithographic Show Card accom
panying each pack.e.
rj- A siugle bottle of Sl'AMlI.SG'S PREPARED GI.ITK
will sive ten times its cost Annually to every household -t?
Sold by all prominent Stationer. Druggists, Hardware and
Furniture Dealers, Grocers, and Fancy Stores.
fonntrv merchants should make a note of SPALDING'S
PREPARED GLUE, when making up their lilt. It will
stand Any climate.
S PA I. U I.VIi'S IMIEPAKEU CLUEI
USEFUL IN' EVERY HOUSE.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY STATIONERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD HY DRUGGISTS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
FOLD BY HARDWARE DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD HY HOUSB FUItNISIIING STORES.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD HY FURNITURE DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
SOLD BY FANCY GOODS DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD liY GROCERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GI.UK,
SOLD BY COUNTRY MERCHANTS GENERALLY
il.fiic.tl : .'l itlcle whieh. If
i(jsr..itl to tilei: original strength and use
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE:
A Menda Kl'NT BIM1KS A
B Mends BI'REILS B
;.. ..Voids CRADLES. U
D Mends DOLLS I)
E Mends KTAGERES K
F Mends FANS F
. ..Mends OUITaRS.
II....MemIs HARPS II
I ....Mends INLAID WORK I
J Mends JARS J
K... ..Mends KNOBS - K
L... .Mends LKATIIKP.-WORK I.
M .... M ends MIRROR-FR AMES M
N.... Mends NEWEL POSTS N
()... .Mends OTTOMANS O
I'....Meuds PIANO FORTES P
U.... Mends QUILT-FRAMES Q
R Mends ROCKING-HORSES. K
S... .Mends SOFAS S
T... .Mends TABLES T
V... ..Mends UMBRELLA-STICKS. U
V.... Mends VASES V
W ...Mends WORK-BOXES W
X.... Vends XY I.l Hi R AI'HIC-WORK X
V.. ..Mends YARDSTICKS r
Z... Mends ZEPHYR WOOD-WORK
A. In conclusion. SPALDING'S PREPARED GI.UK Is
useful in Libraries and Schools.
....S... Mends SOFAS S... 1
2... P. ...Mends PITCHERS P. . 5
3 .. Mends ACCORDEONS A.
i L... Mends LETTER-SEA LINO I. .
S.. ..!.. .Mends DAGUERREOTYPE CASES. D.
6.... I ...Mends IMAGES I.
N... Mends NEW BREAKAGES N.
..Mends GUN-STOCKS. t
..S... Mends SCHOOL-BOOKS S.
.P. ..Mends PARASOLS P..
.R ..Mends RULERS R..
.E... Mends ELECTRICAL MAC1IINBS E...11
. I ... Mends PAPKR-H s Nt.INOS 1 ...13
II ... Mends ARM-CHAIRS A. ..II
IS ...!'... .Mends RICKETY Fl'RNITURK. R...15
16. ...K... Mends ERASER II INDLKS E...16
17-...D.. .Mends DESKS D...II
18.. ..G... Mends GLOBES G.. IS
19... .(....Mends LOOSKXKD LEA YES. L...11
....!!. ..Mends UrilOITKRUt KURNITURK... .V.. .20
JI....E.. Vends EGG BBATKRS. E-. CI
Me.... K M.EIDOM OPES
'.L-1,.1- VnNKY BOXES
M,...!. Pit II RK KRAJIE!
..Men.ls SKi'RKT ARIKS.
..Vends SCHOOL PURNITURR
Mends 1" ArMKR . U.'Ht
Me ids WARDROBES
. M...I. PARIAN MARBI.R.
M. nds I HI US
. Vends BAUY-jrMrabi.
. Mt...la IVORY WORK
..Mend. M ATCH-S AlkSL
Mend. 1'HTI RES
Me'ids OI1I.I. WHEELS.
..Ven.19 TOWKI. RACKS.
. Metvda W ASII-STAKIKI
. Mend. BEDSTKAIsS
.Vends B U.I.OT BOXES
V-,id HKKU VRU'VS
Men Is It v'K.i ' WON HOARDS. . .
Mf .. ISAM! toXKS
Vefbt HI.VK .IORDS.
. Vends B VIoIjs
.Mnds Hll.l.l ARO T AHI.RS.
.Vends ltlt.t.1 ARIX LKS
. Vends BIRD CAGtS
..Vend. BOOK CASKS
. Mends BRUSHES
..Mends Cl.oi'K RASES
Mrnda CRI TCHKS.
. Mends CASINGS.
..Mends CHAIRS' .
..Mends CARD CSr
. Mends WORK STANDS
Mends DICE BOXES.
..Mends HANDLES -
. . Mends GUTTA-PERCHA-WARE
..Mends SEWING-MACHINE STANDS..
...Mends PASTKBO ARD-WORK
..Mends WILLOW WARC
.. . M
HE1TEY C. SPALDING & CO.,
IS Cctlnr-st., ."Vmr
Address Post-OCce, Box No 3.600.
SPALDING'S TREPAKED GI.CX.
SOLD nY STATIONERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED OLUE,
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED OLUH.
SOLD BY GROCERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY HARDWARE STORES.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
EOLD BY HOUSE FURNISHING STORES.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLI) BY FANCY-GOODS DEALER.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
FOLD BV COUNTRY MERCHANTS GENERALLY.
Put np i" cases contsiuiiMC either Four, Eight, or Twelve
Deren esch-- V besu.iCti! T.iTHOcairHn' Know CiRP aeeoxa
panyn if sch pscksiis
OfiUKXSBUKGIITO TIIE WEST!
The Northern Transportation
1800 Company. 1800
TILL, DURING THE PRESENT SEASON,
run their lino of
1ST CLASS UPPER CABIN STEAMERS
Ogdcnsburgh, Clovcland, Toledo, and Detroit,
and tri-weekly between
Chicago, Milwaukco, and intcrmodiato Ports, in
cluding Waukotran. Kenosha. Racine. Pt. AVash-
ington, Sheboygan, Manitowoc, Mackinaw, Pt.
Huron, bt. Clair,
leavz.no OC.DENSRUKC.il on
MONDAYS, WRDNESDAYS, AXD FRIDAYS AT 1 T. M
calling regularly for PASSENGERS and
FREIGHT, at Brockvillo, Alexandria
Bay, Clayton, Capo Vincent, and
Passengers and Families moving West, can em
bark with thoir Luggage, Teams, Stock, Ac. and
land together without disturbance or Tranship
ment, at their Port of destination. EST These
Steamers have largo Cabins and Stato Rooms, am
ply 3nd noatly furnished, for First Class Passen
gers, and Second Cibins with Cook Stoves and com
fortablo accommodations for Passengers and Fami
lies, who may wish to furnishtheir own provisions
and bedding. EF No efforts will be spared to
maintain tho reputation of this, as tho
CHEAPEST AND REST ROUTE.
Freifjht forwarded to the caro of tho Agents at
Ogdensburgh, will receive careful attention and
Apply to C. L. THOMPSON, orGEO. PARKER,
Ogdensburgh, N. Y.
GEO. W. SMITH, Passenger Agent, Ogdens
burgh, N. Y.
JOUH A. WOOD, General Travelling Agsnt.
April 1. wfeinos.
CONFESSION AND EXPERIENCE
OF A VICTIM :
DESIGNED for the benefit, and as a warning
and a caution to those who suffer from ner
vous debility, indigestion, lowness of spirits,
want of sleep, premature decay, Ac; as a conse
quence of youthful imprudence, or tho baneful
habit of self-abuse. At the same time pointing
out the certain means of self-cure.
Bv one who has suffered from the above cause,
and from misplaced confidence in medical humbug
and quackery. Single copies sent (post-free) on
the receipt of a stamped envelope, bearing the
address of the applicant.
Address, NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq.,
w21m3 Bedford, Kings County, N. 7,
POLI.Y COON'S ESTATE.
WE the Subscribers, haYins been appointed by
the Honorablo the Probate Court for the
District of Chittenden, Commissioner! to receive,
examine and adjust tho claims and demands of all
persons, against tho estate of Polly Coon, late
of Westford, in said District, deceased, rep
resented insolvent, and also all claims and demands
exhibited in offset thereto; and six months from tho
day of the datehcroof being allowed by saidCourt for
thatpurpose.wo do therefore hereby give notice.that
we will attend to the business of our appointment, at
the dwelling of Timothy Sibley, in AVestfcrd, in
said District, on the last Saturdays of June and Sep
tember next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., on each of said
Dated this 12th day of March, A. D. 18C0.
SILAS S. BEACH. ) Commit-
TIMOinY SIBLEY", $sianers.
J. J. STARR'S ESTATE.
WE tho subscribers having been appointed
by tho Honorable tho Probato Court for tho
District of Chittenden, Commissioners to receive,
examino and adjust the claims and demands of all
persons, against tho estate of Jcsso Starr, lato
of Burlington, in said District, deceased, represent
ed insolvent, and also all claims and demands ex
hibited in offset thereto; and six months from tho
day of the dato hereof, being allowed by said Court
for that purpose, wo do therefore hereby give notico
that wo will attend to the business of our appoint
ment, at tho dwelling of tho lato Jesse J.Starr, in
Burlington, in said' District, on tho 23d day of
July and 6th of August noxt, at 10 o'clock,
A. M., on each of said days.
Dated this 23d day of March, A. D. I860.
ROBT ROGERS, J Commis
ww3 JOHN' 0. NORTHROP, S sioners.
AMOS IIAZTiETON'S ESTATE.
STATE OF VERMONT. ) Tho nonora
district or cniTTENDES.ss. j bio the Probato
Court for tho District of Chittenden, to all persons
interested in tho cstato of Amo3 Hazlcton,
lato of Jericho, in said District, deceasod,
Whereas, said Court hath assigned tho Cth day
of June noxt, for tho settlement of tho ad
ministration account of tho administrator of
tho ostato of Amos nazlcton, lato of Jericho,
deceased, and ordcrod that public notico
thereof bo given to all persons interested in said
cstato, by publishing this ordcr threo wecks
successively previous to tho day assigned, in tho
Burlington Freo Press, printed in Burlington, in
Therefore, you aro hereby notified to appear at
tho Probato Court rooms, in Burlington, on tho
day assigned, then and thero to contest the allow
ance of said account, if you see cause.
Given under my hand, this lth day of April,
A. D. 1SG0. .
wilw3 DAVID FRENCH, Register.
JOHN DOYTiE'S ESTATE.
STATE OF VERMONT, i To all persons
niSTnirr of rnrrrENDEN, S3. S concerned in
tho Estate of John Doyle, lato of Essex, in
said District, deconsed. Greeting.
At a Probato Court holden at Burlington, within
and for tho District of Chittenden, on the 3d day
of April, A. D. ISM), an Instrument, purporting
to bo the last Will and Testament of John
Doylo. lato of Esses, in said District, deceased,
was presented to tho Court aforosaid, fnr Probate,
And it is ordered bv said Court that tho 23d day
of April, A, D. 1560, at tho Probate Court Room3
in said Burlington, bo assigned for proving said
Instrument; and that notico thereof be givon to
all persons concerned, by publishing this order
threo weeks succesiivolv in tho Burlington Freo
Press, a newpaper printed at said Burlington,
previous to tho time appointed.
berebv notified to appear
before said Court, at tho timo ami place aforesaid,
and contest tho probate ot saiu niu, u jou
oTven nnder my band at Burlington in said
District, this 3d day of April, lfiO.
D. FRENCH, Rlguter.
SIMON TURK'S ESTATE.
CiTATE OF VERMONT, The Honora-
moTRiCTorrHTTTENMN. ss. blo the Probate
Court for the Distriet of Chittenden, to all persons
interested in th e-tate of Simon Tubbs, late of
Eswt in said Distriet, deceased. Greeting-
Wher M Court bath aligned the 26th day
nf Anril next for the settlem nt of the a.lminis
traUon amount of the Administrator of theta e
of Simon Tubbs. late of Essex in said Dstr,ct
deceased, and ordered that public notice thereof
be riven to all persons interested m said e-tate,
by publishinrr this order three week,
previous to tho .lav aliened, in the Bjirlington
Freo Press, printel in Burlington, in snd District
Therefore vou aro hereby notified to -ppear at
the Probato Court Rooms, in Burlington on the
day assigned, then and there to contest the allow
ance of said account, if von ? ce oauo.
Given under my hand, this 29th day of March,
A' DwlSw3' W. H. FRENCH, Judge.
A17PIIEUS EATON'S ESTATE.
CTATE OF VERMONT. )Tho Honorable
r" nrsTitirr op rniTTF.Nr.FV. s. the Probato
Court for the District of Chittenden, to all person
interested in the estate of Alpheu" Eaton. late of
Underhill, in said District, deceased. Greeting.
Whereas, said Court hath assigned 'he fith day
of.Tnnenext for the settlement of the "lmis
tratinn account of the Execntor of the last Will
and Testament of Alnhen Eaton, late of Tj ruler
hill deceased, and ordered that put.hcnot.ee there
of be eivsti to nil persons mioresieu iu "V"'
by publishing this order three weeks successively,
previous to the dav assignod. in the Burlington
Free Press, printed in unriingiuu. ma-"-.
Therefore, vou are herebv notified to appear at
the Probate Court Rooms, in Burlington on the
day asimed, then ami there to contest tho allow
ance of said account, if vou sco cause.
Given under my nana mis a j i j....,
A. D. 1SG0.
U. i-Kr..uii, ncgiaivi.
HIRAM RUSSETiTi'S ESTATE.
. a-.at. rvrt vrmrnVT Tlin Hon. Probata
lAlM.r c.w. , - .....
. rvr ea i I nun mr kiuu ui-Kaiivv
of Chittenden, to all persons interested in tho estate
of Hiram Kusseu, oi ninu!""'b"' '
Whereas, application in writing, hath teen mado
to this Court, by the Guardian of III ram
for license and authoritv to sell the whole of the
real estate of his said ward, sewing iurLu
.. ....... , r- :-a.1 In hia own riffht in ICO
tnat nis saiu waru . . - .- , ,
of certain real estate, situated in nwMburgh
aforesaid, and UoscrtDea aa ";,
tho real estate givon said ward by Charles RussciI
lato ot mnosourgn aioru?.. '."".,
... . L.:.-.k.nf "if.htr.six acre3
will ana tcsiameni, ? J f 5;,i
of land ; that it would bo for the benefit of said
- - . 1 i. T J nssrl s n A T4rn
ward to havo said real oskko m.iu, r
r .i i n interest, or invested in
ccecisoi sain saiu i'u" - n,
.... . i it a Art the K.111I Court
other real cstaio ; a" .u."r -- - -- .
appointed and assignod tho 11th day of April.
A. D. 1SC0, at tho Probato Court Rooms, in said
District, to hear and decu.o u.-u., -it--
. s is.- nn1l!s nnt.en therOOI DO
tion ; and ornermi iui -
given to all persons interested therein, by pub
lishing this order threo wcoks successively, in tho
Burlin-tonFrooPres-.anowspapcr which circu-
latesinthonoigtibornrHxioi uiou 1"-""'"
osted therein, all which publications shall bo pre
vious to tho time appotnieu iu. ..ti.uh-
a., - i.a-a1.t. nntifieii tA annear DC
ineroioro you aio .
foro said Court, at tho timo and rdaco aforesaid,
then and there to obiect to tho granting of such
license, it you see cauc. rt
Given under mv hand, at tho Probato Court
Rooms, this 21th day of March, A. D. -Sf0.
wl0w2 V. n. FRENCH, Judgc
EDY HUMPHREY'S ESTATE.
.TtTcnTvmnXT. To all persons
1 I. IX A. li . '
u 'it D an Instrument, purporting to
bo the i W H and Testament of Edy Humphrey,
Kto of Jericho, in said District, deceased,
was presented to tho Court aforesaid, for Probate,
bv tho Executor therein named.
And it is ordered bv said Court, that tho 1 1th
day of April, A. D. 18C0, at tho Probato Court
Rooms, in said Burlington, be assignod for proving
said Instrument; and that notice thereof bo given
to all persons concerned, by publishing this order
threo weeks successively in tho Burlington Freo
Press, a newspaper printed at said Burlington,
previous to th timo appointed.
Thereforo you aro hereby notified to appear be
fore said Court, at tho timo and placo aforesaid,
and contost tho probato of said Will, if yon havo
CaoTven under my hand at Burlington, in said
District, this 2Sth dav of March, A. D. 1SC0.
wt0w3 'W. n. FRENCH, Judge.
STEPHEN COOPER'S ESTATE.
WE THE SUBSCRIBERS, having been ap
pointed by the Honorablo tho ProbateCourt
for tho District of Chittondcn. Commissioners to
receive, oxamino and adjust tho claims and de
mands of ail persons.agiinst tho estato of Stephen
Cooper, late of Richmond in slid Di3trietj deceas
ed, represented insolvent, and also all claims and
demands exhibited in oOset thereto; and six
months from tho day of the dato hereof, being al
lowed by said Court for that purpose, wo do thoro
foro herebv rive notice.that wo will attend to the
business of our appointment, at the office or J . w .
Allen in Richmond, in said District, on ft"
Fridays of June and September next, at 10 oclocK
A.M., on each of said days.
Dated this 23d day of March, A. D. I860.
n. A. HODGES. Commissioner.
JOSEPH WHIPPLE, , wm
AT COST, AND LESS THAN COST,
IOR A SHORT TIME. AT
C II I IV A HALL,
150 CHURCH STREET, 150
8. S. BROWN.
THE FARM OF ONE HUNDRED ACRES of
gooc" land, fotmerly owned by the late) Henry
Leavonworth, Esq., situate between the road neir
leading to tho Bridgo, and extending to tho Lakf
being three miles North of tlio Tillage in Burling
ton, now occupied by A. J. Starr, being beaaiifal
ly situated, and having an extensive -riew of Laka
and Mountain scenery. Upon the premise is a
large two-atory houso in good repa lr, two larga
bains and fine corn houso and other out-buildings,
with good fencing, and a large orchard of four
hundred -bearing Apple trees, and a fine garden,
with Pear, Peach, Plum and Cherry trees, Grape
Viue3, Currants and Strawberry, with about 20
acres of Wood land, now raady for sale, aj my
health will not allow tho pleasure of cultivating
it. Como and see it.
ALBERT J. STARR,
Cottage Farm, Burlington, March 19. vr33l
TlfE Ti IlAiITIE STATE
J. R. It AND afc CO.,
FISHERVTLLE, N. H.
FIIESE Instruments aro made by experienced
workmen, of tho best materials, with tho full
iron frame, in Rosewood cases, combining all the
mprovcmentsif tho day which constitute a good
Piano Forte, and for brilliancy and richness of tono
are unsurpassed by any now offered in tho market.
137" Every Instrument fully warranted. J&
Fisherville, Oct. 23, 1859.
ole Agents for Burlington and vicinity.
Burlington, November 21, 1859. wly
" Ornamental, Evergreen,
AND SHADE TREES.
T SHIPMAN'S (between Winooski and Mal
let? 1 Bay .
Over 109 varieties, all warranted true to name.
Summer, Fall and Winter Sorts, from 1 to 6 years
old, of good growth, at CHEAP RATES ; of
tho Right Stamp for Orchard and Garden.
500,000 Apple, Pear, Plum, and Cherry
Seedlings many of them sizeable for Budding
and Grafting. 10 per 1O0O ; larger quanti
ties at less rates.
. Near Winooski.
March 2Tth,lS60. "'0
SPRING OF 18G0.
Hoots and Shoes.
at Lower Prices for Cash than havo been
known for years
GEORGE C. WALES.
HAVING bought and manufactured a prime
and large assortment of New Exglasd Re
taili.vo Goods, including.
COPPER SOLES, COPPER A LEATHER TIPS
wiil offer them to buyers at such prices as cannot
fail to please; ami wo earnestly solicit Dealers
to bo sure and call beforo buying, a3 our motto is
LOW IMtlCB-; AVD CASH TRADE
GEO. 0. WALES,
Boston, Man 1, 1SC0. 29 Pearl Street.
BROCIIA SHAWL RORDERINGS
NEW lot of Shetland and Laco VEILS, at
DE FORREST, AKMSTR.tf.VG Co.
DRY GOODS tUERCHAiiT
SO 5; S2 Imiubcrs St., X. Y
Would notify the Trade that they are opening
Weekly, in new and beautiful patterns, tho
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a vvt 1 . 111., " .-. . . , . , r r
trv for perfection of execution and design In iui
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Madder Uolors. uur rtmu mo mwfi
in market, and meeting with eitensivo sale.
Orders promptly attended w. nj.-jr
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JOHN T. BILLINGS,
FARM FOR SAlE.
nE subscriber offers for sale the 1 Farm oa
c . s tho south part of Barling;-
C, foSj to. aa tie Marsh or AIIenlTarm.
SaMFann conUiiu one hnndrcd and eighty acre,,
with eood buildings, and offers a faTorabls oppor-
F8E?auIre of L. C.Ray, oath premlse,orof tie
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