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THE BUKLINGTON FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 31 18G3.
THE BOSTON FAIIl. The Great Fair of the Sanitary Commis sion opens at Boston on Monday evening ncit, with a Grand Concert. Contributions of all kinds from a 1000 piano to a child's doll are flowing in and there is little doubt that the results will fairly rival those of the Grct Chicago Fair. TVe fear, however, from all we learn, that Vermont will have hardly as creditable a share in that result, as she should have. The ladies of Burling ton have exerted themselves with their usual energy, and have sent on a collection of ar ticles which will realize a handsome sum ; but apparently little is doing elsewhere in that line ; nor are the contributions of home products, butter andebeet?, ic., forthcoming from the people at large, to anything like the extent that was confidently anticipated. The time is now very short ; but if forward ed at once, such contributions will still be in season, and be mo6t acceptable. They may be sent to tho ttire of J. W. Andrews, 246 Washington Street, Room No. 6, Bos ton, Mara. Half Fare. Some of the Railroads run ning into Boston, have announced excursion trains at half fare, to the Great Fair of the Sanitary Commit-sion next week. A similar arrangement on the part of the Vt. Central and Rutland Roads, would undoubtedly render efcntial aid to to the good cause which is to be promoted by the Fair, and enough more would take advantage of half fare tickets, to make it a profitable operation for the Roads. Will the Roads look into the matter ? The " Coneervativc Union Convention," of which we spoke a few weeks since, met at Cincinnati on the 4th mst. Garrett Davis, Wm. C. Hurd, Leslie Combs, W. B. Camp bell, A. F. Stevens, and men of like stamp from sundry States composed it. Svmpathii ing letters were read trom Washington Hunt, Linus Coild, Emerson Etberidge and many others , exprct-sing the greatest interest in the success of the movement, and nearly all an earnest desire for the nomination of Maj. (tn. George B. McClellan by the Convention. The Cum ration adopted and reaffirmed the Kentucky platform of 1SC3, and suggested that the committee take action accordingly. ise one being agreed upon for Vice President, the Committee determined to hold another meeting at Philadelphia on the 23d instant, to settle the business. The people will be able to wait. " Can't take tour Oath, Sir. A few days since, in a township of Canada East, north of us, a lawsuit was in progress in which a jierson was brought forward as a witness. An inquiry as to his residence Ac, drew out the fact that he had gone from the States into Canada, to escape lieicg drafted into the service of his country. " Can't tale your oath sir," said the magistrate ; and the fellow was left to sneak off under derision. Navigation is closed on the Lake from Whitehall to Crown I'uint.and the line Boats have gone into the harbor. The Montreal commenced her advertised trips Monday and will run as long as the ice will permit. Coldest Vet. The thermometer Sun day momiqg marked S - and could hardly have risen above 10 3 at any time during the day. Next morning it stood at 10 - with a south wind. The report that the escaped guerilla cap tain, Morgan, had arrived safely at Toronto, grew out of a fictitious entry of his name on a hotel register by a wag. The ncs spread like wildfire and secesh symjcithizert by scores poured in to pay their res pects to the great eecapod, not a little ehagrined to find that they were victims of a hoax. Latest trom Jcdoe Taxet. "Chief Jus tice Taney has nu intention of resignin; His ceneral health is good." That is the only probable statement wc have been for some time. Talk or hi re signing ' Sinbad the sailor might a' well have exjected the old man of the sea to re sign. Sabbath School Contention-. The First regular meeting of the Chittenden Co. S S. Union, will U, held at Wilhston, Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec 22d and 23rd. A fuller announeenicnt will be forth coming due season. The total expenses of the common schools of Vermont in 1S63 were $370,000. Popu lation, 313,720. Patandtiil Tiierxoxeter. In Auburn last winter, an Irishman walking along one of the streets saw a thermometer hanging at me siae 01 me aoor on tne iront 01 tne nousc. Stopping a moment, he looked at it, then approached it with a shelalah, and exclaim ed, "An' faith, an' ye'r the little crature what keeps the weather so cold, are ve?" and with a terrific blow, brought it In a thousand pieces to the ground. The Boston board of trade are waking up to the fact that while Boston has precisely the same number of steamships in the Liver pool trade as twenty years ago, two a month; Kew York has on the average a daily steam, er to and from that great trans-Atlantic port ; and even Portland, in the winter sea son, has two and sometimes three arrivals' a week from Europe. A meeting was held on Wednesday to talk over the project of estab lishing a line of American steamers between Boton and Liverpool. Got. Smith of Ver mont and President Twitchell of the Boston and Worcester railroad, were there, and with others considered the scheme a promising one. The IT. S. Christian Commission have for warded to the Union prisoners in Richmond during the past week 335 packages, consist ing mainly of solid food, delicacies for the sick, clothing, reading matter and sta tionery. They were consigned to Lib by Prison, Belle Island, Castle Thunder and the tobacco warehouses. The Commis sion has received letters from our prisoners acknowledging the receipt of goods sent be fore. The Commission has also received large contributions from all parts, which will be forwarded to our men as long as they can reach them. A Louisville despatch eavs fears are enter tained of a raid on the Nashville railroad, as the guerrillas in the State arc concentrat ing. A collision occurred on the road IS miles south of Louisville. Tuesday. A number of cars were destroyed, two persons were killed and four badly hurt. The crowning piece of the statue of Free dom was on Wednesday succcssfullv hoisted to its position on the dome of the Capitol at Washington, amid the cheers ot the spec tators and the roar of cannon. Tlie figure is made of bronze, is 19 feet high, weighs Ti.OOO lbt was designed bv Crawford and cast lrr ClarlOIills. J u the Missouri .Senate. W edocwia v . an act ' providing for the calling of a new State Cod- I ventwn waa tabled by a tie vote, tbe Presi- , dent TOtins in the affirmative. ZYews el the War. The trains are making their regular trips on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad as far out as Rappahannock Station. The road has not been disturbed. Persons from the vicinity of Culpepper last night, bring no definite news from the army and they say that no general engagement has taken place up to Tuesday afternoon. Despatches dated Tazewell, Tenn., Dec. 1 Reports from the outposts this evening . . 1 1 i. - . i . i- . say concur in establishing the crobabilitv that Longstreet is retreating from Knoxvillc to- wards Virginia. A large force of cavalry is now advancing on Maynardsville, which,! think is the flank ing column of the main body of Longstreet or Jones, probably moving off on the Rutledge Road. The following has been received from Gen. Banks, dated Brownsville, Texas, Nov. 9 To his Excellency Abraham Lincoln, Prcsidrnt of the United States : I am in occupation of Brazos Island, Point Isabel, and Brownsville. My most sanguine expectations are more than realized. Three revolutions have occurred in Matamoras affecting the government of Ta maulipas. The first was adverse to the in terests of Mexico and the United States. ETery thing is now as favorable as could be desired. N. P. Banes, Maj. Gen. Com'g. Gen. Stone officially advises Gen. Ualleck, under date of New Orleans, Nov. 23, of the reception of the intelligence that Corpus Chnsti was in possession of our forces, and that Aransas, Texas, was taken by them on the 17th of November, and 100 prisoners and three puns were captured. The following is dated Fortress Monroe, Dec. 2 Edmn .V. Sanson, Sec. of War; Government supplies for our prisoners are received and forwarded to the rebel Government. Supplies furnished by State agencies are also received and forward ed ; also individual supplies. I send two boats laden with provisions to City Point, to day. S. A. Meredith, Brig. Gen., and Commissioner of Exchange. The report stating that Morgan has reach ed Toronto is very doubtful. If he is in Can ada he is " keeping" very "dark,'" but the report is not generally believed. It is reported in London that he had reach ed Windsor, opposite Detroit. The military authorities received a tele gram Thursday morning from Gen. Foster, who was joined at Cumberland Gap bT the forces previously sent thither from" Gen. Burnside to guard that important joint. The few trooje) under the former might per haj be able to inflict some damage on the rear of Gen. Long-trett, who is retreating into Virginia. Gen. Sherman would reach the neighborhood of Knoxvillc to-day. A dispatch hte-l Chattanooga. Dec. 2nd savs . The movements of this army now going on cannot be reported. There are questionable reports of a rebel raid across the Chickamau ga river at Red House ford and that the fam ilies there took refuge in the town. Rumors continue to thicken of rebel doings in the border counties of Tennessee. Rcjiorts say that Fullmer and his men are nut only con scripting all the men tlx-; can lay their haDds on, but they are taking all tbi-'borscs, mules, cattle and nogs, without regard to political sentiments of o whits, that tbev can find. A special despatch from Knoxville, Nov. 30th says : "During Saturday night. Nov. 2Sth, the enemy made a general attack in force on a large portion of our skirmish line, and about midnight succeeded in driving in our pickets; this-was intended as a Teint to con tuse us and conceal the real point of the contemplated assault. Cannonading and skirmishing continued all uight. Early In the morning the enemy charged in strong loree upon Gen. Pernor's position. Fort Saunders. They were met midway by a murderou discbargo-of grape and canister and the steady fire of the nfle-nits, nnder which they faltered and finally fell back in broken fragments, leaving two colonels, sev eral captains, and in all, over one hundred dead on the- field. A considerable force reached the foot of the tarapets only to tum- uic iuio a urn 1001 oium surrounding Uic fort, where the wounded and dead and living were piled in an undistinguishable mass. We captured 234 prisoners. The enemy's lo- is not far from seven hundred in the as sault, tho Union loss less than twenty-five. Gen. Bnrneide humanely offered a truce to Gen. Longstreet until 5 P. M. , to afford time for the removal of the enemy's wounded and burial of the dead, which was agreed to and afterwards extended two hours. The wounded were brought into our hos pitals and conveyed on our ambulances to the encmy'e line. Three stand of colors were captured. A dispatch dated Fort Smith, Ark., Dec. 2. says Gen. McNeil has reliable information that the enemy are stretched along the Little Missouri river. The right wing of the rebel force under Gen. Price is near-Washington, the left wing under Cobel is at Suddo Gap, and the center under Marmaduke is in the vicinity of Murfrcesboro. It is thought that the-? lorces are preparing to attack Fort Smith or Little Rock. The rebel Gen. Coojier i in the Red River Valley, and Stunevait in the Creek Nation. Their total force i6 estimated at twenty-fivo thousand, but this is no doubt exaggerated. Gen. Blunt is here. Memphis advices of Nov. 30th say that the steamer Black Hawk was fired into by guerrillas near the mouth of the Red river and several on board were wounded. The Black Hawk had to put back to New Or leans. The steamer George Washington left For tress Monroe Wednesday morning for City Point with a cargo of provisions for the Union prisoners at Richmond and vicinity. The steamer New York was to leave next moming. The Petersburg Reqister says . Two boards of Yankee officers have been organized for the purpose of distributing clothing and provisions sent by the north fur their prisoners in Belle Island, one for the Quartermaster's and one for the commissary's epartment. Col. Sanderson, a former hotel keeper in New York, was chief of the pro ceedings and managed the distribution in business lik; style. The steamer Conqueror arrived at Fortref Monroe Tuesday evening trom Newbern, N. C, with fifty prisoners. They were convev ed to Fort Norfolk. the noted renel snv. arrived at fortress Monroefrom Washington, in charge of a Lieutenant. She is to be sent over the lines to remain during the war. Deserters and citizens report that John C. Brcckingridge died of wounds received at Ringgold. A son and cousin of Brccking ridge are prisoners. Adjutant General Thomas haB issued or ders to furnish all boaU in covernment cm- ' ploy iilyincon the Mississippi river with arms and ammunition for self protection against guerillas. The Kichmotid Examiner of tbe 3d eajs : ' Jio successor to Bnzz faaa vet been ap pointed. Hardee now commaDds and will eoDtinue to do ro until a chief shall be ap pointed. .Ine rame paper aajs . In West Tensceaee an army ia Hirimr- inz up like marie to reaitt the lnTadinc foe and to defend West Tennessee, West Ken tucky and 'orth Miseitsipru to the Talla- 1 hatchie, all of trbica district baa been formed 1 into a department, to be known as the de- , partment of West Tennessee, under the com- . mand of Cel. K. V. Jiicbardson. 1 The ilichmond Whig stya It is understood that "the steamer Guemerc has visited French war James Kivtr for the purpose of arranging for tbe removal of tlie trench tobacco in store in this eitv. Our goiernincnt lone aco cave ita consent tint th 1... i.:.t ne. IV. 1 a.:. .Wl . . weeks a fleet of six or eight vessels will arrive in the James river for the purpose of loading with this tobacco. lYews of the Wcelf. By Telegraph. New Yoke, Dec. 3. The Tnttme'i special Washington despatch says : At a council of war held on Monday night it was concluded that a return to the old camp ground was dictated by every as pect of the case. The main reasons for this course are these : Short rations and difficulty of bringing up more ; the enemy stronsly entrenched in a jwition which could not be mrn without frpt loss i terv cold weath carried without great loss ; tery com wcaui- er making it certain that our wounded in case of a battle would suffer and die by hun dreds before they could be cared for. Thoae facts led to the order for a retreat. There was no fighting not even a skirmish and the entire army rccrossed the river with all its trains intact. The entire loss of the campaign is 600 killed wounded and missing, ,0of whom were killed. New Yoke, Dec. 3. The World's Washington special despatch dated last evening says The movement of the Army of the Potomac has been aband oned. The retrograde movement was com menced yesterday and to-night some of our forces re-occupicd the same points held before the advance. The military critics now essay to call the whole movement only an armed reconnois ance but it is nevertncless known that Gen. Meade started out with well conceived and matured plans for an advance on Richmond. His failure to carry them out involves without doubt a loss of bis position as com mander of the Army of the Potomac. Among the most prominent reasons git en for the abandonment of the campaign are that Gen. Lees so retreated and entrenched himself as to delay any rapid advance on our part, and at the same time prevent any ge neral attack ; that finally the question of supplies alone required the withdrawal to Gen. Meade's old base The Army fell back in a safo and orderly manner, the enemy not divining the move ment. There has been but little skirmishing for two da s past. Gen. Sedgwick and Hooker are prominently named for Gen. Meade's succeeeor. Gen. Granger must have reached Knox ville before this time. Longstreet must march 130 miles before lie can be supplied by rail. New York, Dec. 3. The steamer Parkersburg from New Or leans 23d, has arrived. The Era has a report from Vera Cruz by the arrnal of a schooner from that place, of the recapture of Puebla by the Mexicans. She brings no news. Louisville. Doc. 3. Maj. J. T. Ferris of the dctcctite jiolke, captured last evening two of John II. Mor gan's captains who escaped with him from Columbus. They were found about six miles cast of here, on the Kentucky side of the riier and hate been committed to jail in this city. Poetland, Dee. 2. The British steamer America, Capt. Mcln tyre from Liverpool, Nov. 12th, via Londuo derry 13th, has arrived with 12 cabin and 124 steerage passengers. New ioek. Dee, 3. The Tribune 's sjiecial Washington dispatch says : The railroad and telegraph is in order to Rappahannock. New York, Doc. 3. The World's Washington special dispatch says it is understood that the Government has advices of Longstreet 's retreat towards Bristol Tenn., from which place there is railtvay communications to iltehuHmd. It is certain that the stage of Knoxville has been raided and the line of retreat nam ed is the only one open to the reliels. CruBERLAND Gap, Nov. 30. All our available force, left the Gap to day under the direction of Maj. Gen. roster with a view to intercept Longstreet in his retreat to Virginia. Bumside is cloeely pushing the enemy's rear. Decisive results are anticipated. An official courier has just arrived here (S P M.) from Knoxville. The rebels succeeded in thro ing a pon toon across the river on Sunday but were prevented from crossing by our batteries commanding that point. This brought on a general engagement resulting in the rout of the" enemy. There i9 no doubt that Longstreet is in a tight place and may be headed off by Gen. roster. CincixXuTI, Dec 3. A Chattanooga despatch of yesterday says . The movements of our army are contraband. The hospitals are full of the wounded of both armies. Refugees and deserters report that Bragg has liecn reinforced near Dalton by Joe Johnston. Nothing later from Knoxville. Cumberland Gap dates of the 1st confirm the capture of 5000 rebel cavalry by Gen. Burneidc at Knoxville. New York, D. Gold eold this afternoon ut laij. Nrw York, Dec. 4. The World's "Wasbinston dif jntcb daUii 11.10 P. JI. buys Gen. Meade haa not been superceded jet and lie may not be at all though Generals Sedgwick and Hooker are nioet confidantlr talked of of as his pucceior. The Pre? ident Is not well enough tn give the subject hif attention and it is powible that there will not be much delay in the decision. There is nothing of importance rom the army, bat the rebel pickets bare again aj peared on the Kapidan. 'ew York, Dec. 4. The report that Gen. Meade has teen eu perseded is premature. So doubt a change "will noon occur hat few persons believe that the next chief will be chosen from that annv, New York, Dec 4. The following particulars of tbe capture of Mustang Island near Corj-us Chrieti are ot interest. 1 The Ueet left Ilrszcw Santiagu Pom un ttic evening of ov. 17th. The following eren ing eeveral regiments were landed on Mus tang Island and marched nearly all night reaching the vicinity of the rebel works about daylight. Slight akirinishinx took place between our advance which was thrown 1 across the island that n j one might ecap, wbile tbe gunboat Monongabela threw a number of It Inch shelU among tlie rebels , who immediately caused a panic. Ilalf anliour'latr when Gn. JlanKtm came up with two regiments tn line of lt- tie, thcn.belii nbowtu a white blurt on tbe tioint of a baronet and made an unconditiuti- I al eurrender of their furt, troojK and muni tionrt of war. This capture of a oumjany of ' artillery and a squadron of cavalry was ef-1 fectcd without the lues of a man. je iokk, Dec. 4. I The Herald's despatch from the Army of ! the Potomac says it is likely the army "will 1 retreat towards tbe Potomae where water is ' ' convenient and surtnliea more aoryilile fur winter quarters ni instances Centreville a. a proper place. I Chicago, Dec. A. I Seventy-eight rebel prisoners escaped from Camp Douplas on Wednesday nicht, by die- : cins a tunnel from the barracks to the out- '7 yT""1"" , j on side of the fence. Uetween 20 and 30 of them were retaken last night Xew Y'ori:, Dec. 4. Gold sold to-day at 153. New York, Dec. 5. Tk. . r... .u- c. ' l t.: t. I . iir.win.; .... mi- wmi "a na-u 4 to l exciting. CollaX huitall his 0 n wav. Letters from officers in Gen. Bank's i ., r army savs that larRC iiuantities of cotton are , iJeinjr uaiiy uiHcuereu u rrvuuuoitcTirjir lor- ; ties in the interior of the State. The owners are anxious to soil it. Preparations are leing made to remove that nearest tbe lines to the river for shipment. ! 1 1 BUSIiYESS CARDS. JOII.V U. WHEELER. Attorney and Counsellor at Ij.I If, BURLINGTON, VERMONT. May 3), dly ii. I.VE Ia Ia 12 It , HAS IX STORE, 1 imBBLS. Lambton Crvstal ralace.and Ida Jlllls IUU riot it , , , ,. so boxes Starch, Sop and Candles. 13 barrels Ker osene and fcperm OIL 50 barrels Crushed, Granulated, Powdered and Coflee hujrars. 50 doiea Corn Iln-ouis. in tales Gold Medil bilerstus. Smoked Btcf, lUlibut and lierTins. PicHwt Salmon, Codfish JIntkercL L.IL.IENTIIALS TOBACCO. Boston Trips, CranbsrriM and Quinces. Buck WkfAtand Ormhsin Flour, with Syrups o match. Also a general assortment of Groceries and Provisions, All of which will be sold at low prlcu. December 20. A. G STRONG, r CALEB IX lxlcs, Springs, redoes HUBS, SPOKES, WHEELS, SEAT-STICKS, PATENT AND ENAMELLED LEATHER, EN AM ELLED CLOTH, PATENT FACE CLOTH, OIL CL9TH, CARRIAGE A5D TIKE JOLT MalitaMt r, Wrought Xutt, ii tuktrt, Carriair Rnet$, Srat Han4l$t Shaft SkAeilta, Hank framtt Pialtd and piaiK. Tkt kftt axMortmrnt b Gtod in the Stale. A L S O IrM, Sfec, Xath rod; Jnrti, JV, Croi tori, Sliitt Crt-vt and Cir cular Sent, SkoifU, Spad, , 4., Paint, and Oils, I'arnuk, Turpr. Wf TriTKmiH-jt, MttAamtrw 7VW mM tindi, and a general astortmrmt of Sktlf llirdtrari. CALL AND SEE THE GOODS AND TRICES. UNDERTAKER'S NOTICE. HAVING purchti a new and nttndut HEARSE, PALL CLOTHS, tnd Ml other conTen ienewfor F!EitAlJ,. the suJcrihrr hoj to receive a fir ihare uf the puMie patrun&ge. CofliiiH and Hurial Casket OfallSiiM and every rinetr nf 6tle. Ineludtc Lvman'a lodwtructihle Bural ca, Hiuler wrought iron air tight galvanized burial caxs. and Brst ? patent Mctaiie ctketi. Imitation Xokopmy, Black ffaVaat, Rattrod, Butternut. AIM Imitation f Mftalu Burial Coltt. COVERED COrriNSof the bet quality ooniUntly oo band. All kinds of TRIMMINGS di rect from the Manufacturer. XJME-PLATES, SHROUDS, CRJt'JTS. COLLA RS, And everything required, eooitantly on hand and furnished at snort notice. JUST RECEIVER New Ftl of Bar; to 'b Patent Metallic Burial Caes ana Catkett. Orders by mail or telegraph promptly attended The Subucrlbef4! experience in the btuinot it thought a folbeiest aaraatee of hit ability, and a glance at hie work will taturfy eofWoierff that they can be better cupplied than at any other bhop in thte rejpoo. Apply u J. (jREEN, O.ileseM. Or at hit rendenee on Union Burlington. Vt. LIGHT irth,i,ery: No picket duty I no ninUt't to clean mid carry ! no Lnnpnck. ! ! ! Thirty Veteran Wanted ! to tin rut VERMONT BATTERY, LliiOT olrtillcrif I cleran I ols. T he Commanded ) Iapi. K. H. TART. Latof the 3rd Reement, Vermont Volunteers. Recruiting 011.ee, Hurlinptoti. Vt., INVERT Veteran of at least Nine Months Service J enlisting in Un Battery will receive a Bounty of ront :m Miit i:n ami two I) o I. I. Alt. At t&e orcABtMAiun uf lb. Battery they will r ctlre MSVEXTV-ri VK IMII.I.AKs. (I AO Dountj, one montlif ia Premium Frotn tbr Cn'tKl Stair,. Voc will rcOt'l ,r tlir Sal pay of pvt mootfc IVy wtU MBoe frum day uf fllrtintnit 1 urlochs will be toasted Allow. nc for clntiiing aad rations tb aaa as ia the Vetcraa laAntrjr ME WHO HAVE XOT SEES SER VICE WILL BE RECEIVED. Do SOT WAIT fOBTlX DRAFT.- BarllBCMn sutt rarnlnh men by enruUaMot i r PRAFT 100 mu Capi. R. II START. RMraittec (w OSoc at U Barraeka am Uw Fair tirusDd BcrllscUB. 0. 3Mh. dawtr T1IK NEW IVcrrtii JCcsiment, TO BE CALLED THE 1 Vt.Vcl:r:ui Volunteer. Col F. V. Radall to Ihito oommand .(i, M Ik fiM f. "Uit ami irrmrt tit frrmtrtt fatj ixtJ mfftrti In wi, -170 m IirVDRKD AM TWO l)OI- I LARS dW tHnt and twenty dollars (fJT') j per month will )-e aki to each Volunteer who may . nave serrea a term ot nine mont&s or longer, ana has received an honorable discharge frotn service. In addition to this HTt wiu be allowed per month for clothing, and thirty cents per day fur rations. Tiine'to commence from date of enltatment. All who wish can have a furlough until the com pany may be ordered to report at the General Rendezvous. I For further partieelan call at the Heernitin , OSee in V heeler's Block, rvwood duor wert of Follet Jt Co.'i Flour Store, Burlington. Vt Lieut A. II. DAN FORTH. ' (formerly of lrt Vt. Cavalrv), Recruiting Officer Underbill and Richmond. Captain Ihiria. Mil too and Colche-ter, Lieut Hibbard BarHngton, Lieut A II Xanlbrth Spt. 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Knives. fccUim and Tahio Cutlery, Brashes, umU, Perfumery, Nii(., Je. SilV 2-p" H? !!, 1,0?lce SfPt LnBla's tjoaps andperfomea. Hindsor oau, Gold Pens and Pen- dls and a prat variety if Kancy ArUcle.' at i.iiaiw uiu auuu, Luurcs Miret. Nov. IX 1IICKORV XLTS. JCST received at Nov. 9. PEIRCFTS. ' HR, SWEET'S infallible Jjinimatf -THE c; K K AT UK .m i: I V J yOR RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NEURALGIA LUM BAtiO, STIFF NECK AND JOINTS, SPRAINS, BRUI&Ea,CUTb AND WoUNDS PI Life, HEADACHE, AND ALL RHEUMATIC AND NERVOUS DISORDERS. For all or which it if a rpeedy and certain remedy, and never CiUj. Thin Liniment ia prepared from the recipe of Dr. Mepken Sweet, cf Coanoticiit. the famous bone petter, and has been tmd in hi prac tice for more than twenty years with tho mort a tonifliiing success. As a alleviator or Pais, H i unrivaled by any preparation before the public, uf which the must I skeptical may t convinced by a tingle tnal This Liniment will cure rapidly and radically, Rheumaiic l)urdr$ of every kind, and in thousands of caw where it baa been u?ed it has never been known to laiL Ft j a Neuralgia, it will aflord immediate relief in every ca, however dit trowing It will relieve the wont caws of Hedaobe is three minutes and ia warranted to do iC Toothache also will cure IiuUBtb'. ForNcnvocft Iiurr asdokyekal LAttuiE arising from imprudence or exoeaa, this Liniment it a moat happy aod unfailing remedy. Actinc direct ly upon tne nervous thvuee, it strengthens and re viviues the system, and restore it to ebwtieity and vicor. Foe Piles. As an external reined , we eialni that It Is the ef( known, and we challenge Lb oria to produce an eouai. every vicum wis diitrein? eomulalut ta&ouhl eive it a utal. tor it Hl not fail to afford immediate relief, and in a I bottle. u.ay.rity of oaae will effect a radical cure. ) pur. AN" ULCERATED SO RE THROAT, (Jurisr A5n&oRETBaoATarenometiioesexlree i ... . , . ... . ly mallcnant and danpxrous, but a umely appltea- "U will take one tearpoonful of tbt .liniment and tion of this Liniment will nerer fail to cure. ' ftmr teaw-oonfnls of water, tiarle the threat twtee I a day. In a few days it will be welL This one tea SrRAits are sometime very obstinate, and en- , spooAfol will be worth a dollar to jou. largementof thejoiBUlsliabletooeeurif uezlected. FOR ItROVCHITIS, The worst case may be conquered by this Liniment j ... . .. .. , in two or three days. And s.U inCammaUoa of the throat, tanells and raU . ,. 1 ate. with a dry, backing couh. will dilute the Lin- BRn6ES,Crra,WorjriH. Sores, t uxm. Bcru, j jBnt with four or 15ve time its bulk of watr, ADiLi.B.rteWreao nrgle the throat, and swallow themoisture. Tktt prutMirueA c MKST, wUea up4 aopordinc to dirvetiooa. Also, I Chilklal?, Frosted Feet, a.ydIxsect Biteb aud 6tca. UK. .T E I 1 1 E.V HWKirT OK CO X X EIT- ICl'T, Uic Urrat .Nataral Bom Shut vn. s. swEirr. or foxxEt-ricrT. ! known all orer the United btatM. DIl. . SWECT. Or-lOXXECTICfT. It the aathur of " lr. bwottl InfaUiM Liniment." I I1K.S WEED I XKA 1. 1.1 III. H L.I XI3I BXT ! Pares Rbeamatioai and nerer faila. l)ll.sVIXT 1XPA I.I.I 1II.E I.I XI ME.NT I If a eertata remedy for earal)pa. 1 ik. WE'irr i.m'i i.i.i iii.t: i.i si ji bxt Core Borne and bemlds imniMliatel IR..WBBTS I XI'A I.I.I III.E I.I XIM EXT la Lbe bvt koown remed fur irauaf and ilrutM. IlU.sWECT'MXrAI.I.IHI.r.l.IXI.MKNT Cnree lleadacae immediate!; und waa nerer known tv fall. o it. w iurr 's i x r a 1. 1. 1 ii i. e 1. 1 v i i e n t AftVfrda imewwTiale reii'f lor PUea, and teidota foils toevre. iiit.swEirr. jxr i i.i.i iii.e i.i mm bxt Core. Lbe Toothache U one mn.ut iiit..wEirr--1 xi'a i.i.i bi.i: mmment CareeCaUaiMl Woawb una.! lately an ! iearee no I K.S WEBTV I X PA 1.1.1 HL.B L.I X I I EN T b tha beat remedy tut Sure, lu the known w..rli. DltWEBI-.s IXP I I.I.I HU: MMMH.NT Haa lieen UAed by more than a 1UL..1 u i jim. atl aUaniaert. ' IIK.WBinSIXFAI.I.I III.E I.I M ME.NT Taicca inlernmlly cures Colic, ( iii'lera M r o auj Coalara. im.vWEKT'MXPA M.lBl.i:t.lXIMENT If traly a "friend in need." an 1 erj :au,i.j hi,il nave it at hand. II K.w W KKT I X PA 1.1.1 BI.K L.I M M Hvr bforaaiet- all lmwt Pri e an-i -i.tj A PKIKNI I.N EKI. TBV IT. lla. Swarr Iiral LibLE Li ten,,.,. . it.-r:.al remedy,!, wuhouta rival, aua will a. 1 j.. u ' more aneed.1) tnan an other i'Fr'ai 1 r. : ii! Riwuimatir and Nerrom lw.r.lir. u .- iiu.t ui.,1- iioia, aad a a earmtivo fc.r aorv.. n .q:.l... ra.i.H, Brmiaaa, Ac, it. w.Uiiu, boa .ntf ai . .r:ul Hienp UMBlns pmrwrties, einte the u-l . (i-.rran'l aaumnhlint 01 all ta iiare erer ciien it a trial Orer cne thoaaaad oartiftwun uf ren-arka ie rum. grrforBMd by It within the Iaat two 3 ear. .licit the TO HOItsK OW.VKKM Ia. bwaaTa iMraLuiLE LimrT , k ii'usir!i M anriraead by any , anil in all ear l Lauid.. Ariaunr froaa sprain, Brnilee or Wrench n itsrltl nijnal and certain. llameM or ille rralclii, alange. c. it will alau enra ,eJin. Attarm aod Riafboew may be eaaity prerentad and eared m their lacipent fltacw, bat enaflnned enM Are te; oarf Lbe oaaiiUity at a rxlieal cura. No cm of tbe kjad. bowwver, ia ao deeperate or hopalea ht It may be alleviated by thi Liniment, and ixa mitafal apslieation will alwai 9 reasore the Lame- aM, aM aaaMa tne hnwia to irarei with tinea bveiiy 1 it) km: OW.VEK eboald bare tbie recaedy at hand, for its timely tue ' at the trrt saavearanoe of Laaenaat will atleetsmliy prat ami Lao MawBsanaM on btodasenaea, to which ail burses i are liable, and which render i to many otbrrwtpe f alnfcie horfc? nearly r wnrtMee, OA. aWilBrs I N FA I.LI HI. U LI.M.MK.NT, IS THK Soldier's Friend And tfeeuMod harefhnnd It traly A F It I K N H I V K K I) I CAUTION. To arutd lntpoaiUon, obeem the Slrutnre and Likeneaa of Dr. Steblian buui om . every UVei, and aWo 8tepiio bw tact's Infallible Linkm-fit" blown an the gia of eaas bottle, with- 1 out which nose is; RIC1-ARIS0N 4 Co , Sole rroprtetors, Norwich, Cu G. C. OOOiWIN A CO., General A ts, Boaton. latilv CUUKS MIAWI.S. tVatcrprool -t Mrts (.ood FL.FuV.YItljS, White, ("oloreil. and Tnitri. AM- COI.L.OU A.VI tatfAMTlES, os 9 c ry & Glove s y ui as, sr-Aijrs, mt v;s. ;reI varirtj. I JuM raoetrad .ad lor ml. ! I Burlinsbw. bept. di f:inv.RiBARiA. RKVTRAL, I1I.OCK. .Vt-xv Store 5 cr (Jooil NEW EVERY rill.XG ! ciii.va ham, ronnvEit. Call at the .New Dloek and visit China Hall in iu ne. drese. CROCKKRV. CIII.VA. .GLaSS WARE. A.VI PAPER HANGINGS. In an endless tariet. t7rcaf Rush, Trcin'mdou Excitement, ' And all is owing to the fact that China Hall has ' emerged from dark and diny quarters and shown I Itself by daylifht. ' i now tase pleasure informing inv patrons that I new and spacious roo vast season in mini itint ........i.. r. ., . wholesale and retail trade in I Croclerv. China, CU.. Ware. Pnjw.r Hnuins., .Vc. I l ean assure tho public that they can at all times 1 find a larrrr and mure varied assortment of cw.ls In my line than can he found el-ewhere in tlie -lite 1 IEFV COMPET1TIO.V S. S. BROW N. dw Burlintton, Oct. 28. 1M3. YOUTHS' copper Up BootJ. Jnit received it Nor. 10. KEX.VKDVS RHEUMATIC IaIAIaTIKA'T. 1MIE attention of the public is called to this i most . excellent of jUl Liniments, as a Irfect and speedy cure tor an tue acnes ami pxi --- heir to. RHEUMATISM Is caused by a nUpnatkm of the fluULs arMnj from cheeked jer?iration is cured by a few bottle of Kenned' Rhcumalie Untiueftt. SPRAINS 1 Are eau-ed by an over-ex tendon and a sodden re i actios of the mullet- cured by a few betlU of i Kennedy's Rheumatic Uniment-equaUy cd fur 1 man and bewrt. XKlltAWil.i, Tl.r ktnr - f all plain, okuptJ bv au ittflaauti ot tbenervvc Is ltutantli cared by a lew appnra tioitful Kennedys Rheumatic LiniawnU I'IaKI'RIsV If an i nda hi nation vt the lining of the ribe is eurud : a few buttle of Kennedy 's Rheumatic Liniment. URUISES Are canoed by a sodden presrare of the flesh and nuMhinft of the ties Xs instantly relieved to , Koiifcodj V Ritetnavaiie Lmiiarpt. CRAMI I a eufttractHia of the mueelaa, canted by a nsdden ipiwcoi the nervou- fluid, wbiefa prevenu ant- tual life havinc a Tree U. w is cured by a lew appu catious of KeBed ' RhenmaUc Liniiaent. ItH.IOl S COLIC Is eaued by a neural0a In the stottach and bowels take a toaapoonrul or Kennedy Rhevmaiie Un ioaeat In warm water every half hour until cored. SORETII R OAT A N D II OA R EN ESsS Aro ouummI hy an unnatural dryne of the stands wet a uieor of oannel with Kennedy's Rheumatic Liniment, apply it on gutn: to bed, aud you will be wu in tne tnornin:: HEADACHE AND THROI1BING OF , THKTB.MCLU5 If cau-ed y a pressure from iobetslble jerpuiration i cured by a few applications of Kennedy's Rheu matic LimuieEit. W EA K N ESS OF THE ISA CK. Follow the direction In the circular around each nfvtrfaut. It Is pjod tor Toothache, Eabcbe, f-wrAA.ro Face and IrXAKATio, of erery kind. Every fam ily AboeM hare a fall Hpiy for the winter. MaanfAtturol by 1H.AL1 KE-N-NEDY bury, Uaie. Price i eenta bold by benL d wtjm Ema. TUB I'fTXA.M SEU-AUJCMISC CLOTIIKS-WKIXGEIl. PAitxrEcDttrmrK 17th lfl. , simplicity, KlTiciencr, Dumbiliiy and Kconomy combined. Every Family should pas ses a I 7oh.s-11 Viiasrrr, BF -i It ir a r 1'. ft . t-j the har-Wt part f Wa(..rg ia . .1' 1 It tuat.le the 1w a ah ing tobedne in une third W t.iur jnt It mvm tts en by nriog the t'lt'the 4th It blips to WASH the fl. thee ae well a tKT ttieso. K HKUKVB IT ADVlVtlU.1. TO I'KOC'LIU: A I'l'TXAM WKI.MiKK, lau The R. lis. iwing uf Vnloaauod Rfber. will lnr hot and eld water, and will neither break nor tear t-atttu ini Our lmpnved Method idFastsmmsthe Rah ter t the -haft, iceured to as by Letters Patent jnst iut-i , wc Srhere to be sapertor t any other. jra. inerranie oeieg i ir-n. inomncniy gairaa .f ir- land, nil danser trom rast is invTed.and tho Ita nil danger tr . Hit) to shrink, wcll. split, Ac , ov unavoidable in wiNoen maenmes. is prcTenieu. 4th The spiral pnc? orer tbe Roll render this Machine eif-A ijaating, au that small and large Urge art-cleft, as well a article uneven In thicknea. are eertaia to receive ntsnra prewore. 5th Tbe patent fastening by which the Machine is tightened to the tub. we believe to be uierior in simplicity and ctSoeacy. V anything et oSered. Aah It will wring thoroughly anything from a ) ainttfe thread to a bed quilt without any altera tion whatever. 1 ?th No thumb-crew or eompUcated fastenings tn wear out or get ut of order , it can be faeteeed ftnaly to tho tab in a single second. We have th preeutd onr views. We ask no i one to accept or adopt them without proTteg their I oifTectneas. To thee who doubt, if urh there be, j wn ear Trrt it Uorwughlv . test it with any, or all others. in erery poesinie manner, anoaeeiae Inr vourse.ves Take one. try it on washtng-day and if not entirely satusnctory, reiurn it. A W1 "V '.'-. rveuao eaon enertruc men Htwrallr de.ll with Kortcna. aad lacttaod of sale. al.1rw f, i- N iKTHRiir N.-wM ,f. r 'L F.raalbT Mathew ic AXEa Baronet m x Ort. anh riAwJa Tin (.rent 1 11 din 11 Keiitrtly rK I'li.TI AIj ks. DR. MATTiaiN'S INDIAN t.MMEN G'GI t Thin vlehrattl Fraaif Mf 1 n i delB(d eiprtwlj f.. Ix.thmnr. rt4 a4 t.av AiJ.t. aad l the r.rr w taiaz koawa it uie parie. a I it will orui u ; uu Ur monthly $tcAnrt in oases of onstrnction from mmm rn. and after all other remedies of the ' kind hare heen tried in rain 11 i taken as directed, it will care an, ci... u aartca uuw.ia.TiiATE and it is also perfeetly safe at alt times ZVnj rxr ii is put up in notties or lliree i UJL- lin&WMt atrMii-fh. with fnll Inu. iisy ,k,M 'r aad sent hy Kloross. ' jsSsWjIJV''" " all parts uf the PRU-ES-Ful! strencth. tin. Half strength, Viuarter .Trensth. f3 i per UUle N. B. Ste are cured hy the weaker, while others ma) requirethe stroncer preuarallolia, , the fail strenzth is fossae. fAs asst. 5" Sent t. Express, in a soaled pacaae. on receipt of the pnoo f mail. , aTRKVEliriKRrA,. n,dm, assva(u- . e-r.s tar oS.Tl. Mt A( s. ukirk of orr rrsa.Jiea o' kr 1,nJ aae fa'rd In ru-r . il tSit it ts SMrrwaf- j fdm 'tprttetUfd im atcar baf. i t. M.arsor a-aV r.f.nJttt t7 BEWARE or lM!r.TIiiNs 1 V 11 zaa tne anl warrantiMl. uolr. pure! am-J dt - .' . ! Af . t hi- HeLMKIllAL lsTiri ! i- rn SPECIAL 1 WNKA-ES, .Vu J-lon.n strrrt P-..ri.Unce, R I. I Zy IrrrnmJarin fr , f . .rMOiair i" 'tmtun ' a tm rttW m sA'.rt lime tor irrojmrmt A WORDflrCUTlllX. I mm ww .nms 4 monej are fat1 t wnil liam qaaeaa annual , wliarli "is uror,, fun r.w. r aicvia. TLlACowe- fi m tru.tiu, nils .rn,,.i i tnen who are alise ueslituW . f t,,-,.. r. . m . . -. - i kill, .ad wh'W, out ree,tntot-n.:al " i w huai aud OAtr.baaut a.... rtu n i. ; e;'" (i.i ..nil Ra t. ai . ij.. . I ... man's w.f.l. ... mtttrr waaf A, pr, , . Jin.r. .vimi it win csl 'u I. : i. . SAM mh lou man n ri t. . f .r . . rr . (ihisirlans. ranlue rases mt of ti n air . .,. i. ? , M at salt) ia trnstln an, of trm, uol-ss i.u kaow wl. and w-eaf thet are 1 fy lr. 31. will send run. i cnclo-in stamp for pustaze. a Pamphlet on I'iMCAsEs of WOMEN, and un iVsoafe di.rasrs general! Etitn: fall raformatioa, srt4 Us mesr aadAte. rrfrrrorta ' od Irttimonutl: without which no adrertisia; pin -s ' sieian or medicine of this kmJ is desert ine of AN'V t CONFIDENCE WHATEVER. S ciTDr. 31. is a regularly educated pavsseian of ' twenty years1 einerience. ten of which w'rt ihmii in an extensive qmtroi prortur, until, Ly reason of deelir.ln-health hn.nl.llMl i.hl.. and adopt the tsfosl, to wCich for the hut tea years he has devoted his wAoe ofsitrs... Sr- Orders hy mail promptly attended to. Write J our name, town and State, pfaiay, and direct to UK. JIATTON, No. 2 Union Street. Providence. It. I. .V EV CLOAK5 AID CLOAK cloths. Not 5. I 3. P. It. MfRRAV. I ran era nil Tnilni- niUKCH 8TRKCT. Oppotitt Allen'. Block. The ttv or Cunsj, CASsiaaara, Vtsrt.ea. Ae. mAde up In u .'..f and nelwmsMi styles, on sh rt null., and most reasonable terms. Si Burllnston, Vu dawt June 29th V ERM ONT CENTRA LANDS V LXl V A N RA I L.ROA VS. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. , Commencinff A jr. 30, 1S68. THAI 5 601.1G HOCTH A5D EAST. Leave Bnrlisston at 7 a. v., iM r . and SjTk r. x. MailTbai.t leates bt.Albane at S.15 a. F-ur-UnfMm 7jOJ a. cfetmectkrg at While Rif er June ta and Bellows Fall with tnuu far Dottn. Worcester, Ac, a ad with Vermont Valley RaUroaa fer SjrfasftM and New Vvrk.arrlrin inNew York at likld p. w. 1av ExruEsit Trai.i leave Ojlenabur; at hi a. m., Montreal at -. A. Roo' Point at le.ti a. m , ir -i. Try and New York. .Nut kjii Ka Thai leave O-iUnsJ mvt?h at I.'. r. ., )!utruM at 3 o i r. K- a1 i ii.t it j Lir... t Brt at w A. M., cc- iMM-un- l rail .4i. ( heahire R R fT b--t -ia arul A. rn-si- r and Vfru lt Valley ItAi.rtSMt f : opnii.K.i and New liawt, aud arriving tn New i ura at A jt r. Thai. is ttoiM Noktb Xu it Leave Burl i;.-ub at -. a. i.;--1 r. l i m . T r. . i'.v Efcfrtjj. Trai leave Bitn at a. u. ftb.U Rjicr Jnnetiofi at i.13 r. Burii-i.r u at r. m.. lur Moattn-mJ. U?deaburii, t.tiicao mut tfa- A'i,uu).iuclecM. i k-U"U- it ail TkA If, leave Bet at 7.'t a. sr., via Low eil, ani at - a. m., via Lar.nc or FitcattHu. Laes Springfield at 70 a.m., Bellows Faii- at i r. m., for pl Johnabury, Littleton and Bur lington, and at Aitna AlLOMMooA.ioR TEAlf leaiCS .MiriOBeiU ml a. k . mo-i Burlint at ' r. for Albans. Nicer KirHEMtTUAi: leaves BeUors I" alls at s.w r m, rervtvinx pew f rom the Vermont Val- ) ie n leavinc .ew i ra at s.uu a. x., anu irum l ijcxii.re R R tearing Boston itftr u , mmnectiaic at Hnitc Rier Junction with a train leaving Hton -. ii a a. wt. I ii vua. Ut.it. Rif er Junction at 11.40 r. v. arriving at Burling to at j 10 a. s . Rourt'a luist at 7.1$ a.m.. Men f trcal al t a. m., and OpiriuAuncb I.MS r toui ube a am i rains eonaecx at nne mver junc tion with Pauiapsie lUad. bleeping Cars are attached to both the Nlht Eiprews Trains runnlns between Rotue's Point and Ik ton. Through Tickets for Chicago and the West for sale at all the principal stations. G. MERRILL, Supt. St. Albant, Nor. , l3. KL'TLAM) A. ULUIaI.VGTO.V K. WINTER ARItA'GEilENT. H. Coccme&eiEC Not. 31. 163, trains will rti as fal lows LKATX C TOH : 8 3h a. m . . Ma a Tri 15 . for Boston. Lowell, Worces ter, Bellows Kalis, Keene, Fitch bnrgh, Brattle horo, aVprissfieM, llartfortt, ew liar en, Troy, Alhany, and w York , arrire In Boston 7 16 r a ; Troy 3 r ; ew York 9 30 r w. Tr otyA to j Troy end Botton without Cham$t of Cars. t 4dm . Kxrae Trai.1 for Rutland, Troy, Al baay, ew York, bcheneetaJy a4 the West; ar rive at Troy o f v, New York by Hudson River Railroad nextnwrBtn;. i0' r a. Nicht Czrt from Montreal to New York, arrive tnTroy a w; New York 215 r . FEOX TBK tHtVTB A.1P CAST TRAILS AXRITE AT Sra U!IT05 AS fOLUiWft : Sui a m. AnoxaonATM5 Teai from Rntlaad This Tram leavee R.Uaad at U a x. 3 tfti p. x. Paseeaeer Train. Leaves New York at lo Ju F. W. Trot & UU A. M. RvtUnd !. 6 r h. Mail Tkaix trm Boetoa, Lowell, Worees ter, boriagfield, Hartford, New Haven, Troy, Al ban; and New Turk. Leave? Boston 7 3U a m New Yurk run a m; Troy id r u TK KETN mid for iMjatuga, Truy, Albany, New fork, acbrnectady and all urincjaal points on the New York entrai and Weatera Rail Roads and in fbrmntioci pven by R, C. RifWE, No. l. Asneneaa Hotel Blocs F sJwan as low as by Any otter route and BtrS ebec k ed tkroack. ociR.nriir;ii rail,uoai. t$a. i sea. -CMMER All RAN OEM EXT. THHOLoH MJIL. Lonve M.-ienabrrfi at 1 1 15 p m, (disc mt Malone rririBf a; R'tue's r nt at 3 p m, conaeetins; with the rmuDt ( eotrai Raiiruad, Nisht Ex prom, with Srbiuul Merpimq (art attached . Kr Cattcrd, Maaeheet4-' Naahua. Lowell, Lawrence, Portland. FtaabbtETv irVurcheitT, rine6eld. ate, and nrriv ins at B"-i d earl, the ful.-wW muming- Al. otintMCttn,: at BarlinUii with Ri I' R R.r..rTn-. Albnayaii- ew ..rk, and at Rrar- Ptnt with Lake Chai-biain Meaner f-r Maratots avrinc Try, Aiui aoil Nw Y. rk Al with Cist Uvmct : H. fr Montreal nd iiartc. VIGHT THROl UH TRJI V Learr n tfrnndTri ObfioertUi. tia Expt Buri.Rgt arnral uf -, ;av trtiA W!t ti.ng arattat (.rI V t i antral K R. t r ! t d it ' .t.i ir' ute La-t ai vih R A i K R. i t Tr.-.t Ai x. .cw Y..rk. rr v .n nt--l.cn. A -t d : tig at Burimgt -l n 1:. X4 m.i Lake 1 (auik-l- 3 .ifiiarrr fr tbe bt-cu. A - at it - p. in' wiL f r Montreal and Vur e rti.vMt Leave V ia at 1' m an ! -i r air n.-w F- r it " am arnvitig at Osdenatanrgh at iJ lb i m t : nrrt aith t-r-ta-l Triu.T Ij.lwa . K l U, ,d.1 otta A Preecx'tt R R. Aik w-.th Lake ntano Steamers and Northern Tran portntHn 1 Pri'pelterr for all Pvintt Hoax, i t UoaL,ehpu Malnne. Mav t -mM KKKLV TO UVKKI'OOL. taeJhbn At Wt HENbToWN, (CORK HAR BOR. , Tbe well known Steam or id tbe LiTerpool, New Vrk and PbUadelpstia ateamthip Company intended to sail as follows . CITY OF NEW YORK. Saturday, lSc. . 12. KTNA, Saturcat , Dec IV. CITT OF WASHINGTON, Saturday, Ie Mh. uti vr peeeed2nc Satarday, at Noon, froea Pier M. North River. RATES OF PASSAGE . PATAhLE 1.1 60Lf OE ITS EQU1T 4U5T !J CTXRCtCT. 1 F1R?T CABIN, fM I STEERAGE, do to London. ,' I do to London.SMS' do to Paris, $. , do to Pans, iu9 t- Hamburg. IW I " to IlamburgtJC.tO Paengeri alo forwarded to tTavre, Bremen, Fjt tensasa, Antwerp, It, at equally lew rates. rsre from Liverpool or Queenstewn 1st Cabin, 1 75. $-... f l6. Steerage $30. Those who with to send far their friends ran? ay tickets here at these rates. For further information Apply at the Company's Otncc. JOHN' G DALFa, Agent, i& Broadway. N. Y. H. N URCRY Buxungton. ZYLOBALSAMUM. Tne creatiuieq&auearreparauazj ror Safltonsr. laTigoraasg, Beaattfyisf;, an4 Ilretaisr m Atair, EaadsrlA: it sot, siSy ar (lossy aad disyostet it u remsia la asy dsaed pos ' . quickly clesasiEf the scsjp, arrsstln the fslL aad :npartl( a healthy and natarsJ color to the Hair. It 5ETEK TAILS t. restore f.RlT D1IR to ITS 0S1GI5AL TOUTHniL C0L0E. IT IS NOT A DYE, Bat sets directly npoo the roots of tha lTdr. tfvtss them the natural nosrlibmeat reqatrsd. produdoe th. same Tllallty sad lux urious quantitr as to yottth. Est. Mr. TEACHES, of Kew York, in a Istter. un : " My Sf. is sixty. Oae year aio my hair was sery rrar, aadUHne, I used SlrvS. A Aliens World's lUir Insurer aosordhi to directions, asd now my Lair ts restarai to lis aat&rsl color, and has ceased to fdl "Tke Zylobaisaraom 1 Uas. found the best aad moat afreeabie hslr-dresslaf I have e.er nseU." POI1 I..VUIEH ANO CIIILIIUKV: VThose Hair requires frequent dresaisf, the Zf lohalsamam has no equal. No lair's toilet is complete without it. Eold by Druggists tkroaghcrat tic 'World. it x al sales rn a 105 i 200 Grtnulth Street, Xew Yorl. City. THE CAMPAIGN COMMEXCEO: THE " OniE.VT.lL." Improvement on tho .ilornin fslorv. Tho handsomest PARLOR STOVlt in tha market For sale by 0.LM O.S.BL0DCETTA CO. CLOCKS. AFRESH LOT of Fin. Clocls from tho best makers )nst received at No. 1 Bank Muck. C1UNSMAID A UILDRETU Oet. W. 510 K ED BEEF. Just received At PE1RCES. Nov. . NEW BOOKS VRsrB!!?t S:"?1 f",.1J Conduct it V by Waldo Abbott, with Introdartioa by John II. Abbott. ; 'Jeetd Wife by Jlra. Ann S. htephena. 3ZT lSfSrrt M' E Bradoua. " Martin Pole - hy Joha Sauaderi. Broken Columns w Broken Columns. Keeelred by Oct 5u. JEW RAISINS, at Nov. 31. E. A. iULLER. FRIENDS AND RELATIVE OP TBE ISrarc Soldiers Sailfii JIOLLOM'AY'S PIUs I oix t "i i: t . ( A LL wlmt have Frieni and Rial.rt- . J. ot ari. nl-i ke r--"ftl er- mpl surpiii w.tn Ueat- Ml u m. where t"' Krv rw'lii.ni aint i. r j:- ted in pr Ie thrttwelvea w hi tbai , pr- -vnt eau W rnt them by tin-.r fri- u - htt en pri-ed f e tne Soldier' w f . nd in the br of need. CuuchHtitl i'olil. aircrtm troo,. Will speed t! relieve and effrctua'l; unnz theee ajfjurar le medicinett, and u I proper attentu n U the iHrecUwe which are . ed to each Pt or Bex. Sick Headache and Want of Vpnetii. Incidental to Soldiers feehr' which aaddn u'. I ff twde "f anmyt.aeea,oatriicted pei oreauntEand unnain whatever L new IhM nenrtiti.v ttM KlUifil H then ditarinx ttre healthful actton of ttv . -1 stomach. Theee urans innt he relieve-, ; u ire t. te well Tbe Hills, taken aeon, ni- printed iu-tretlooj. will qnick.v pn-iiace a e.: action id tth liver ami stomach, and a a nu , otDMQpBee a clear head and pdappeui Yt'ciikiiebur Debility Induced by O.er Fatigue Will hum .iiaapiar the n-e of Uieera:ua' Pills, and the bolUier will quickly aeunire aaiiit tiwnal strength Never let the Beweis be etther r fined or anduly acted upon. It mar snj stratv that IIulliwa.- Pills shonkl be reeomtnende ' 1) sentery and Flux, many pers aeppwinc tn: they would iucrea-e the relaxation. Tnii ts a erei mistake, for these Pills will correct tbe live an stoaiach and thus remove all the acrid hanvmrsfwn. the system. This roedmne will eive u.rn and r-c to the whole organic lyteai ImweTT -i-rac while health and strentith fVillew a aatter ' eoorse. Nthin wii. t-p the relaxation ..r tftc Bowels ho sure u this taat medic ne. Volnnteer, Attention ! Indicirtion "of Voath, Sores and Ulcers. Blotches and Sw . unp nrt. certainty be radically enred if the Pi.it niht and morning, and the Ointment be free.v u. as stated m the pnnted instruction" if treat-, t aa other wa they dry op in one part to Hreak ia another. Whereas thuOiatnteni will ren r- t.ir humen froa the syrtem. and leave Uie patient a vipjroos and healthy man. It wl require a iattiC perHTeresoe is had caws to insure a lanmc enr For M'oands either occainneU by the Ilajonrt, Sabie or the lldllct, Sores or Ilrnia, To which every Soldier or Sailor are liable, t; are no iaetltcin an aafe, tare and eonven & Hollowav'e Pllla and O'ntment The pr w -and aha-t dm;a9erer muzht nave km i u . dreed inuaediately tf he wtWld oal provi'i i self with this matehleas uintsnent. whh-h sh u . -thrnat mv the wnnnd and smeared a.l r then euver with a piece nf linen lYnni b' and ooeapcewed with a handkerchief Ta ... . and mormncaix or eicht PiUs, to ci- . iLk and prevetU inflammataon. EvWy Soldier's knapsack and ST-rnn should V MBvidid wtth theee aloa' i- fUm. C"A fTlON- Nm sure geni. lit un.- - words " Holloway, New-York an. L a eernable u a water-nark in ev-- ' ofdirectioD aivand eeh pM t - x -,,. he nsahilr wen M holding tbe iea v handtosne reward" wilt be fto . a.. ... og anch inf rsnatin as wi.l If a-1 1 . -anr uartv or oartiee cnnteTfrm!i-1: vendiavc: the snm. knowing thasu v tuhi at the Manufactory Tr- u - w, -t Maflen LSaiMs, New Y-'rk, un . pectaide Iru'ri-t' an ra'er- r 1' Lroughow the ei vt lined wrid, m t-x- u.: at oent and I There u- roaMerau- aavmg nj iniaAD. , sixe. f N P recti-fer the gni-hi nee 'f evT. -1 - i'vr areasnned toonch noi. ppakr m my v?ll Uowd mfdi I chb lwifuir t'Hrd. irrBlr.A. I'ltKl! tiF trE.NM!a livfslrt-.MUs THOMA Iltr.L'. 0 3CudeB I.arit . . JOHN F. IIKNRT A SRitLKALC I BJtLPR i:ncMh.V America 11 Patent 1'--!irm- fiat' O. md km'nraluf, Pi MbV flenr,' WATERP T , H. B. Jhns M.NTKFa. . liE'Etu a-ftt" rr Hollow T fr' BOSTO N" FA IK. PHE W-tmen of New Knland hu ma PI X rDfeiw in. m Awrea etnonia for n raur. to re nt .f 1. of wlucia art icirea to the I a.tary toaimiaK.i'ii Mr t ..f the sick ajHt WM funded of tbe Arm, a call was laad. bj taNjdr"J.U Society I Itnraaa Tke raiiian waa aaampaAe. bemrtr one . ami id the interval a aumber ' hare been reer.ved. pledging some aalcait at for that icrui la tar w oatrr thar atea int.. practica. . (To- . eununittee waa appxunted hT the am rt . latins uf Mra. J. . Paaaetv. Mrs rreoi-r. anil sr. V F Wax&er, to receire all artvir -pared for thl pnrpoee ia Bartlnctia and ia v t. Any lad if at tim aarreandine enunu? rvua u( tnjunaauon on thu aabjact are retjue!'' oorreapiitta with the memler ir thl n:n. tti The earnerC oo-operatjeja of the ladle, of Bur r. tas i 4atre4. aa tbe . E. Woman's Ka.r 19 exper 4 t- repreMBt the lal aft,rl al the oountrv. : it tf honed will realue a larce Mini f-r thl p laathroptc objeet. ArtlcMe prepared 5or th:i parpow wli. be retire b the ouDAaalttee erary Taewlay. at the Aid boce Roams. wier 3lr. Hearj IKioiittle'a btore The-' eelpt ot the committee will be jrtTea frr ererj a ale, aad the mlts wUlbe pnhfisBed (a the Of paiieri waea tne w.rs u oRmpieieii. otua. dew LAKDOIU L.AKU OIL. i FEW Bbla. of the best Winter Reader. Ur IV Oil, for aale at C. L. HARTS, '. 4 Baal t laiiii;, HAVE Jtut opened a box aT real ENGLISH THREAD L.ACES, urn worth twenty cents per yard, watch we offer u eaJtumers at the low prSe of IS CENTS PER VARD: Cal. soon or yoa 'em- At Oct Jt S3. LYMAN1 Jl"!T RE-flVEI). ANEW lot of those heaatafu card paotorrai. and atuijrvtype pies of la. eairasiajs l Jet .th, Matic St.rs REVE-VI'E STAMP. STAJIPS at fiovea"iI5T asvas r sale - C. W. WOi'lH"l.-r. at Merchaots Sank. r Auc. n. MACHINE TIIRE.IU BEST quality, tor sale at the Siwt..e JlACai.t PAALoa. Free Press ftu ""- ISiirlinzton ISook Itiiulery- WILLIAM SCOTT. "l 'OrLK resectrall announce -t.a' 'i ' 1 ? parol ti execute all order- set .f ' be favored in the ahosa line. w.tl. ce s-h. . " ness. I) LI) UOtlKs RE-BOl M' MVSIC, UJtiJZiyKS. P4HfHI!'- luaad At ans oeairci . . - ACCOCNT-IVOOikS OP ALL h "5 OADER. PAPER RrLLI' Tv PATTERN. t7"Ordecs hy saali will fooeite p. ..,1 a1-1-TERMS KC.lU.Ml-- AddrsM, "1: - ' (OaVenver MnUut.l H-" Burliiacai'n la-: n HARPER'S ilw.tl.l.f r 1 ' AUaolic Mo::d.i . , T ,N , Re Irartai N -V',T Nov 1 S E R T K 11 A REWAK.'..! I tpr"--' uatarffaw, wlii 1' s ii . i i-lieasisaBi ami dl i i . ll.j ti ' t rs of the nearr-' P ' t'"- KOLLA UL N t . t j--! Pr.r Marsha " I Bur inU'O, Ans. -'I ' FOR SALE UK-TO KENT. . rtiun Fine, place at the aoraer of Mama! T.' I X btreet, recently owned bv rarrand N neiH t This desirable property win h. sutd cheap. ..r -er oa to a sooa tenant on reasonaui. or W. U. Shaw r Georje F. Edmunds. March S. ttl'I.VCES. J CST reccired at PL1R( i1- Nov. 9. ALMANACS FOR lls 4 TWATER1 Vt, Pirectury.' 'V. " Walton's Vt Reur." - The lUustrated Annual Reiister. "Old Farmer1 Almanac- by host. T. "LeavPU Fanner's Almanac ' "Tha Christian Family Almanac -'Tho Baptist Almanac" uiliR Reieed and ftr sale by E A H U-t- Nov. 2S. NEW BOOKS. Butler in New Orleans V p"rt"" - EN' VJ PS". u-t l null . . -I .r - Peculiar.- A tale of the C rest Tra-a Epos Salient. & paea, li vo.. clotn Good Society." fay lira, tirey Psosr " ' Jlary Lindsay." hy Lady Emilr P n 'Twice Lost-" Paptreoves-. -ratal Marriage." Mary lyrncnt. -Thellclre-. yi. Nor. -a. TO ARR1VU Ofl UuJiels of Onions before the lath Sv '-' 0J sale cheap. At Nov. 14. PEIRCFS Q1FB COD Cranberries. ""'fj-lKClTS. iOT.tth. PBIRCBTS,