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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 'Jd 1804.
The Iiiclimonil Enquirer of the 10th, says ' the President approval the following bills imsf-cd in secret session by the Confederate Congress yesterday A bill to itnposo restrictions on foreign commerce. This bill prohibits the ciporta tion of cotton, toliaeoo, natal and military stores, molasses, sugar or rice, under the penalty or forfeiture of vehicle, or any slaves or animals engaged in the transportation thereof. Permits to export may In- granted und rules, w hich may bo prescribed by the Presi dent. The bill also prohibits- the tending of any of the above named articles to any point in the Confederacy in jiosseteion of the en emy. A bill to prohibit the importation of lux uries into the Confederate States nfter the 1st daj of March next. A provision in the bill empowers the Secretary of the Treasury to fix the maximum of foreign price", at which, or within which, all goods made wholly or partly of cotton, flax, wool or silt, may be imported. On this hut bill an exchange remarks. "Would not a law declaring tho blockade raised be qmte as appropriate and equally as effective? Should a man in prison, with no avenue of commooicatitm with the world but the keyhole, formally announce that lie would not receive sponge-cake or mine pies, but merely the plainest sort of fare, be would perpetcate a joke not one whit more bald and miserable than that which the rebel Congress has got oil in tbii- prohibitory act." Tbe Malice or Traitors. The reliel in stinct is true and unlailing. Truly do they discern in Abraham Lincoln their most for midable fue. and from the day of his election even to tbe present moment, they have as sailed bini with every v ituji-riitive missile which came to their haul. Kit' a before his inauguration, prior toany ptt-itite indication Irom him as to his treatment ol tlic rebellion, tbe reckless traitors plotted his assassination. They dreaded to see him grasp the reins of power, and strove with a furelssiinganxiet , to prevent a consummation which meiinoed them so aeriouslv. Mr. IJncoln's invaluable life was preserved to his country in that crisis of her fate, and the rebels have ever since testified their sense of that providential pre servation byasericsol'unmanlyattacksuion his person and ebanicter. No buffoonery was too low to mark their rage and malice, in iiiicttive too tnvenoined to burl against the champion of the nation. Xot h whit behind these great criminals in denouncing the man highest and foremost among his country's defenders, were the half-di-loyal men who reside among, jis, and yet do their lieet to favor the usurpation at llichutond. They, too, like tbe southern hounds, know instinctively whom they follow and would tear in pieces. Wlait detraction i- too liase and ignominious for their accept ation, if thereby tbey can wound the reputa tion or the Tilings of Abraham Lincoln T They have watched him step by step, as he walked in the path of his perilous duty all the more perilous because of their unworthy dereliction and tbey fear and hate him be-i-.iu-e that step i firmly planted, and always in the right 'hm tiuu. 1 bej would like him well, and UtiH their iiee laudation, if, through some infirmity of diameter or weak irresolution, he Strayed a disposition to spare tin.' reliellion and betray bin country. Freci-cly lspcause tbev dicem in all nil acts the opposite of this do t(ey detest and op pose him. Precisely lierause their rebel in stinct leads thtm thus t ft el and act should loyal men rt jeet their admonitions. The praise ol traitors extended to inn of iiurcouiuiaiid ers sIhmiM of itself! reckoned a suspicious circumstance. and should ptft us on our guard. Censure or vjliticutiou fioui the same source directed against the I're-idciit. or any of his advisers, should lik wise he interpreted as an evidence tliat the witter deserve the commend ation and support of every loyal man. i'fti iailelphta Xnrth Atwriiau. Washington Item. Tbe House ol Keproeefltatifea Imve insisted upon their amendments to the enrolUswnt bill and appointed as eommiiui- ! conscience on llieir part. Mrs i r. ftchewk . Terming, arsl 1 K- . .. . . ..... , . . tors lieon, tiiiau'.- ani. esiuiiu. ?vnatur i . . . , " Hale has succeeded in zcttinji t Nilarv if . . t . . . 1 the a-,.UMi, S'rc-ury ..fthe N..,y mlucd , five hundred dollaw. A communication from Uird l.vons. dated I Ian. 10th. i-m losis a oooimanicatiin from the (oicriinr OeiH-rai of Carmdu with an offi cul reort relntive to the recent eeirere of I live stuck liv tlie custom authormen at the Suspension Hridjre. ehowing that during the first three !'iarlcri- uf 1mj. tlie iinpiiite into Canada d iive sux-it from tlie Ciulcd Staus a nounted to l'!19 iHirs-., .'iVI 27rio sfieep. nnd 10,oti7 swine. omed citric. Partial re- jmrts of the last quarter show a still further increase of -77 homes, ofil homed catth, i'i'17 sheep and 7"17 hogs. An explanation is asked tor m view of such heavy importat tiune l,m alter the order was issued prohiliit ing the exportation of articles of wnich the present polic) requires tie dettntion. ecretar t 'liase t xfiresees surprise in his leph "I .Ian, l'.lth that the order had so lit tle cflect in dittxiuisuiiuj: the exportation oi lhc stock to t-ound and declares lus int u. tion of iunneiliatel v e irrecting the negligence or niisappreheiision ol ti,e custfiu offict-rs nf tbe frontier, hut cannot make an exception in favor ol the j Kir ties who suffered ius hy the seizure at the usjN'ltsion Bridge, liin. lanhv. iiloler tlie instruction ol tlie Seretary ol War sos tlie executive otiUr was so inoditii'd in Nptenther last us t .iliow the exportation o: Jie stieep froui tute or tenitory honlerin on the l'acihc. It is deemed inexpulieut to furthtr utodify that order. letropolitnn I-'nfr. roMMirn-E ox roarittBrrinxi nil: m. raoM wirimvT .tw obi., 1st Fch. lf8I. Sir. N e won VI rcspeetruUy ii-k you to do nate something to the Metropolitan rair, which will open here ou the 'JHh of March, next." As this city is the point of the arrival aud de parture of so utanj troops, arsl as all the pro ceeds of the Metropolitan Fair are to go into the treasury of the L S. Sanitary Commission, con tributions to this rair will redound to the liene fit of soldiers of every Slate on all battle-Sells. Arrangements are perfected for tlie proper receipt, care, record, exhibition and sale of arti cles in your line, and of advising the world of donations to this patriotic cause, arsl of the names and residence of the donors. If you send any thing, or influence others to send any thing, you should give timely informa tion of it to our chairman, by mail, sUting the article or articles shipped.how and when shipped, their value, and whom they are from. They should be marked Metropolitan Fair, New York.'' and have yonr initials above this mark, that we may know the contents, and source of the packages among the great num ber that we expect to receive before they arc opened. The principil express and transportation com panies have generously agreed to carry contribu tion to us without charge. It will he best that tmlky articles shall arrive here during the week previous to the Fair, tho", if it should le more convenient fbryoa, they can be sent at any time The member of this Committee residing near est to you, wdl be happy to afford any informa tion or advice that jou may need. All articles will be exhibited aith the name and residence of their contributors, and lie pass ed to the credit, bidli of th individuals, and of the Statu or locality from which thev come. Donations in money will be as acceptable as any others, and go to tbe same credit as would J the proceeds of sales of any articles you might otherwise send. Will you send us gouiclhrug? AVe are, very respectfully. Year obedient servants. 1 Wc omit the long list of Committee-men for other Slates. Tho Committee-man for Vermont is Gex. Geo. F. Davis, Montpelier , i rj. ny -. The nomination of K. I). Maon the License Convention, on Saturday, was mado ujion a pleilge. given licfore the com- mittcc by one authorised to speak for him, J 1 that be was opposed to the Prohibitory Law. Will the I",,,,, v r,,se show us the propriety of electing ,. tr :mi , a man who is op posed to im Law ' JVews of the ,War. x rr A despatch from San Francisco pays a let- tcr just received from Japan, Jan. itusays.: "thc privateer Alabama is in dock at Amov, China, and tho Wyoming, Capt. Jicilougall, stands sentry over ner. uoiuuj ""i i career is ended. The Jamestown is alsd there t before this. The news comes by tho brig,!! JIarv Capen, five days from Shanghai, and in j . 1 .. " ra I authentic.'1 A company of V0 men, belonging to the TSth Indiana, entered the town of Iiolivar, 'fenn.. last week, and supposing it wasoccu pied by our forces took no precautions to 1 l . ..... LAnt.t .,,1 IJ ii. nil fill ClinTl IUlft. ' sion, but moved along leisurely in some dis order until they suddenly found themselves confronted by a force of SlUsieeippians. Af ter some skirmishing the force cuarged upon the enemy, routing and scattering them with Ine lo-s 01 JJ or ou gincu, wounueu aim pris soners. Our loss was one killed and three wounded. Advices from Col. Philhps' expedition in Indian Territory, states that he penetrated further into Rebel Territory than haB been ever before reached, and is still marching on to Texas, with Kansas troops, and a loyal In dian Brigade. The rebel Gen. Coupcr'e Headquarters is at Fort Washua. Cols. Standnaite and Adairarc at present in Tex as, Quantrel is at Benham. On the 12th Gen. Lonestreet's head quarters were at Morn-town. His main forc es were at Strawbery Plains under marching orders. Rebel officers captured believe that why Long-treetdid not attack ourlurces was ' ine want, oi connoence in ma men. They say that on going the rounds reliev ing guard they find that whole, lines of their pickets have deserted. The country is full of such, awaiting opportunity to give them selves up. The reliel prisonersat Point Lookout, Va., were deteod in trying to escape. Having in some way got some lumber they had built two boats in which it was supposed tnev were to embark for the Virginia shore. r'ortu nately they were detected in their operation j before they bad caulked the loats. It ap- j tjcars, also, that they bad collected some 7I j old muskets,and n lot of stones a scarce nrti- j cle in that v icinity and which must have been i brought some distance which they probably designed using against any persons who should resist tlicm. It is thought, however, that but lew of the prisoners were to attempt (' the escape, unless, indeed, more boats were to be built, as the two Iio.its discovered would 1 not fie able to carry more than 50 persons. Forty-one rebels, deserters from North Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi and VirginU 1 regiments, were sent in from the front Tues- ' day, and were quartered In tho Soldier's j Rest, at Alexandria. I Chattanooga despatches say that Johns ton s entire lorcc is around Ualton, otutn: say that large portions, including the artillery at' King-ton, have gone to reinforce I.ng- L,r., street. .luhu Ioran is said to be in the Mcinitv of Dalton with a considerable c-aralry Torcc preiurins for a raid. tien. Watts of Ala., lias telegraphed to the citizens of Sehna to nrejiare to receive con combatants from Mobile, as that place as soon to 1 attacked by the Federals. The Mobile papers think Sherman's plan is tt penetrate Central Altbima and thus com pel the evacuation of Mobile. There are no indications in the news re port that (irant is jireparing for active oper ations. The Navy Pepartmcnt has receiod infor mation of the capture of the Anglo-Kebcl steamer Cumberland on the 5th inst., while running the blockade off Mobile, by the U. S. steamer Dc Soto. Her cargo consists largely oi arm- and munitions of war, and it i eonlilently stated that the esel was in tended to become a rebel privateer. Adjntant Gen. Tiiomat and Staff hate re turned to Chattanooga from Knoxville The officers of the party renort that Longstreet is in retreat beyond the French Broad, to avoid a xnovi ment of our greatly superior forces. Nashv ille and Knoxville are now connected by railroad, with the exception of V 00 Tards at I .on Jon, and passenger trains are running. (ten. Johnston has concentrated his forces it IMIMIH Ullll UUIQlltTi ills lUtlkCh line w l.inirgold. lie is tcarlul ot an attack and . r . c n n cannot siiorc reinforcements for Polk. .,.1:1. v . , , 1 he Mobile ews says that Folk laa been Fhalm.folIv 0t-generalled by Gen. Sherman, Mho -dran(i lleJt)nd jferidian.between the llishop and Montgomery and Mirietta. The Rebel has news ofn hard fight in Mis sissippi on the 13th hut reives no particulars. (iov. itriuin of Georgia has ordered all citizens with their property to moic to the east side of Chattahoochie river on pain of having their property confiscated. It is rejiorted that tho reliel' are building an immense armory at JIaoon, da. tien. Stead man has assumed command at Chattanooga. There is a tide of veteran volunteers being sent to the front. Every car on tho Nash ville ami Chattanooga Railroad is wanted for the transportation of troops. Kery thing is quiet at Chattanooga, al ! though in condition to move immediately on I orders. A scouting jarty sent Feb. IStli from Gen. Gregg's command at Warrcnton cap tured at Piedmont -S of Mosby's men. IIiLDWis, Fla. Feb. 0. To Maj. Oen. Ihlleck, Gen.-tn-Cht'f. I have tho honor to report that a iortion ol my eomnianu under Jing. Oen. r . Sey mour, convoyed by the gunboat Norwich, Captain Merriam, ascended the St. Johns river on the 7th and landed at Jacksonville on the afternoon of that day. The advance under lol. u. . Henry, comprising tht filth Mass. infantry, the independent battal ion of Mass. cavalry under Maj. Stevens, and I3ders horse battery, 1st artillery, pushed forward into the interior on the night of the f-th, passed hy the enemy drawn up in line of battle at Camp Vinegar, 7 miles from Jacksonville, suiprised and captured a bat tery .1 miles in the rear of the camp about midnight, and reached this place about sun rise this morning. At our approach the en emy absconded, sunk the steamer St. Marys and burned 270 bnles of cotton a few miles above Jacksonville. We have taken with out the lose of a man, about 100 prisoners, S pieces of n battery in serviceable condition and well supplied with ammunition, and other valuable property to a largo amount. Q. A. GILMORK, Major General. An ofScer from the llig Iilact river rc that just before reachinc Jackson. Misi reports ' iss a ! fiber- ' skirmish ensued Utween a nartofGen. fiber- man's forces and it body of 4000 to 5000 reb els, in which the latter were defeated and -10 captured. Our army passed through Jackson in two columns, mc enemy retreating across I'earl riverso precipitately that his pontoons, I ....:. r :ii. Ti i f p tmcro fell into our hand. Our forces seized ov j,icv,.o oi niiiocrjr njiu u uumoer ui pns- l provi-ions of all kinds and swept on. Gen. Sherman reached Meridian ten davs after! - leaving Vicksburgh. A portion of Gen. Tut- I JJ,neu '"-Katie's division got behind, was cut offfroin the , - ; . - - cxiHxKtion and returned to Vicksburgh. Gen. . -V document loand at Sanderson, rmanat McArtlinr i9 in command of the district of I 'f fm the chief commissary of the rebels Vicksburgh, Gen. ilerherson having accom- at Quincy, Fla , giun surtling evidences ol pnnitd Gen. Sherman with most of hii' corps. , their di-sjieratc condition. Ileef and liaeon L'asscngcrs from -Mobile report that them- arc entirely" exhausted throughout the South, habitants of that city feclsure of nn attack i-andfrom all quarters cries for relief were upon that city by trie federal forces. Fifteen f arming. thousand retiel troops arc reported to be in 1-1 . .i :. tl - tj nnd about the city. The Union sentiment prevailed to a considerable extent and would be expressed as soon as protection was af forded to the citizens. Xothinu was known of the rt'iiorted revolt at Fort Morgan. The retiorts that Gen. Smith's eavalrv nnd mnonr- ud infantry in their expedition into Alississp- ! happens that the lots were cast bythecxe pi had a fight with Forrest's men, are not , cutionern.to whom the garments of the victim confirmed. , belonged by the usage of the time. This is , wvio.jiuuumivv uwu ooi. wiiu uinu o army . . . . ... ,, coijuu ifiuuuci b ui t,i'. l 1 -,,vr,,., ... .uui, lint, i in care nti prompt , to the oth imt., dated Jackson Jliss.'says our I '''"ao' have defeated its own arguments, rrohibitirig the destruction or pillaging of I neM- nI .,.., I ,tvr,-.nAnH, f.n, t Znr. V. 1. T , T1HL Tni Tiri.r lllllli t tl n . IY n . f I llf I 111 lil 11B LU I , 'I II Til 111 inCIT Imi.niW un.l ' ha fa. . forces crossed the Big Black on the 3d and prui.riy ny our somiera under the severest ' J '4th. the enemy falling back. At Baker's Thepetroleum oil business in the western ltialtics.. VZ(nnii,ri!,l:TS V" : Creek. 12 miles in advance, them wna om ' tart of I'ennsyjvania is very active and enst- letter from Chattanoora ravs The I Account-rM,v .r .11 ki. o skirmishing on the 4Ui, in which we had eu I ijUcJanj firtccn wounded. Further ekir- , - , . , ,. .. ' mishim occurred on tlic Toad ta JarVsnn nn ' the night of the 4th, capturing one piece of -j "tillcry ami several prisoners. There had! been no serious fighting. A 1mai rctreai of the rebel force. ,. . uli A Avasfiinistnn disraMh ri-ro, lure of eleven blockade runners on the Lower r i i J .Ob , Potomac, with a large amount of vnluablc ' .. f goods and largo rebel mail. A despatch Irom it est irginia rcjris ' -fa arrival 0f 0 iarcc numbcr oC deserters. , r Lieut. Snodgrass ha been canght and lden- t Ufa B8 one 0f tiic persons ensaged in the 1 j4te robbery on the Baltimore and Ohio rail rotl. Tor which he is to lie tried l)V the I' . Jistrict Court, , , A Pass Cavallo Texas letter to the Herald . , i. -, .i . . . vi. i..'., r-.... urates that deserters report Magruder's force art thirty thousand. Carev Creek is occupied i 'w ftlNX) men. and 20,000 men can bo eon-1 W.isihnotov, Feb. 1(. otntratul there in two days. The rebels j The Chronicle says. From the activity dis htve two picket justs eight nnd fifteen miles j played by the rebel forces it is anticipated uurance oi i.arey, 10 give mem iiuie lur jr earation in case of our advance l'cronnI. Rev. Dr. I'arsons Cooke, formerly editor of the Puritan J?rorAr,died in Lynn,Mass., on the 12tb instant, aged sixty-four j ears. The officers of tho Vermont Cavalry pre sented a handsome set of silver as a bridal gift, at Ilrig. Gen. Custer's marriage on the 9th instant, at .Monroe, Jlicb., to his bride, Mrs. Libbie C. Bacon. General Custer is a West Point cadet, and the youngest general in the volunteer army, being only twenty four years of age. Geo. A. Rogers of the Vermont Cavalry has btcn commissioned as an officer of the 5th Mass. Cavalry (colored.) Ho held rank in a colored infantry regiment in the West Indies several years, came to the United States and when tho war broke out enlisted, was wounded and captured by the rebel'. and was released on parole last October. He j has been in hospital here nearly ever since ; and on getting well enough made application for a position in the 5th Mass. Cavalry, passing success fully the severe examination required of all officers of colored troops. Wipe, Land, Books. One of the best and uisesttliincs.l think, that a vouni man does. is to marrv a virtuous wife. Then next, it seems to me, every young man should go in debt for some picco'of real estate. For, af- tera man has provided himsell with a suit- able companion, there ought to be a place that he and she shall own, even if they have togo out of town and get it. Though they go in debt fur it, the debt will be an education to them, and they will manage to do without many things that otherwise they would in- dulgc in, and will economize more rigorously J than if there was not an acre or half acre that 1 they wisli to make their own. There are a thousand wavs in which tbev will strive to , extinguish their debt. AnJ when tho little place is really theirs (I do not know that thev I i , , V , , v , " niu nan 1111 lurn, mougii 1 m say so iot Ml :. .Ml .1 .1 1 f Ml . . i te "kc 01 ine oruer 01 rnctorie iney snooia I'.ut " '7 V1".? m 0f,Cort, 1' "VH ! should be the Bible the Hook of books. And then liook should be added to book. Anion- the eldest things in setting up a household sho.ild be the liegining of a library. And a I library should bo like an oak-tree. There should be ntw branches to it every single 1 year. Why, the habit of collecting books, the habit ol making your pleasure to consist I in them, is of no small initiortancc. It will stand connected with your deiehiuent. ! I your virtue, and your thrift as a citieen, far beyond anything that you are accustomul to suppose. j I am not speaking at haji-hazard. I am I 1 staking in part from my own eijiericnce. I When I went to college, a more ignorant boy ot money matters than 1 never was: and 1 do not know of anybody that is more ignor- j ant about such things than that same rerson now ' I had the sacred hunjrer of books on , me. and books I tnupt have, and t-eing ,r, ..1 ..it.: .. . college life, that was of rervice tu me in a tvtuc 111. 01 wiiiul! Lou ao caul in nil i:r. .1... .... ,r ... : 1 few instances in obtaining them. .t one i time 1 was m nt as a delegate to a temperance ' convention at 1'ciuam. ine practice ueed to . be to pay the expenses of the delegates. I was paid a dollar or two ; and I waited all I the wav there, and all the wa; back, and saved my money. And I recollect ditttnctly being invited to goto Brattleboro' and deliv er a temperance addreee. I think I pot ten dollars that timeforiny eitenses , and I walk ed all the way there, and nearly all the way oacx. i rememoer navtng money sent me to j fo home to lloeton with, and I went on foot ; had to spend something for food and lodg- , ing, but it was very little ; and the residue . was my money lor buying tiooks. And so, before my collego course was finished, I had Milton's "Paradise Lost, and Hurke s works, and many other valuable books. I had, I suppose, a collection of about fifty choice Tolumcs. And they were like the ap ple of my eye. I had earned every one of them, and by the hardest labor , aud they were my pride and glory. I do not think I shall ever read any other books as I used to read those. 1 used to look at them, and pat them as tbe mother rats the check of ber child. I felt as if I had given, if not my blood, at least my jirfor for every single one of them. And there is not a young man that cannot earn books ; that cannot cheat his clothes, and cleat the day and buy books ; that cannot in some way contrive now and then to bring homea book and sny, "I have gained this by the hardest." And the educa tion of getting tbe books will sometimes be as good ns the education of the book itself. Wc have great news for the toters. Whiskey and brandy can be made out or coal gas, which consists of carbon and hy drogen, as does alcohol, with the addition of oxygen. For several years jst the pro cess of converting olehant gas into spirit has bten talked of, tut now"a French intent has been obtained for the purpose and sold toa comnanr in Iindon. Vou takn mrnv one-half hydrogen, add a little ox vecn. and presto ! you hae n bottle of brandy. Thk Col Trihe. The annual statistics of the coal trade furnislicdhy the Pottsvillc.Vm rr'j Journal shows tho production last year from the mines of 9,42U,13o tons anthracite, and 2,ltiti,Usoof screen,anthracite,and bituui inous,iuaking a total of ll,oS7,120 tons, nnd an increase oier the year previous of i!,lM, ' 43'J tons,or more than one-fourth the consuinp- j tion of the year previous. That journal savs , . ... ... - - i facilities for carry ing n very large increase to market. Baltimore. A Convention to nominate a ticket fur a Constitutional Convention was held in Baltimoro Thursday evening at which resolutions endorsing the administration or j resldent Lincoln, and in favor of his rc-clec- i t,0Di wcrc unan'mously adopted. i A letter from the Vermont Cavalry savs "We nave received new recruits to fill our Itegiment to its maximum number, lilO men , ,. , .. ' "' ' Ihev arc now ensured in drillin- Tnmterv - n o- j i napiiy 10 say mat netter men never stooil in ' the ranks than the last four hundred that I . - i ,. Tue Herald's Bible. Tbe lhraUCs read ings of the sacred liook are original and curi ous. In defending the practice of raffling it refers to Scripture examples, ami mentions mat utter tue death ot Christ the friends of the Saviour cast lots for his rarniente. It crn apitallsita are investing largely. More wells will lie otiened this vear than in nnv A,t,n - . . t , . - other two Tears since the bushiest commenr. . . - . It is one or the intSft singular coineidenetn 0f.thv" that "ol. Streight, for vvhotu . MorSn held as a hoetage, sffould csoau Iroiu prison at Jlichuiond ,n it 1 .. ' ' awav from Columbus. i.fwisiiy uc same manner as .Morgan n it mere wilt beaoundant colliery capacity to i ,t, . , , . . , supply this year a considerable increase oier ' ' " 'n"aa"d1 'J " t Ad this amount, thouch it doubts il there I 1 '"' ' IYcvtk of I lie Week. Ily Telecraph. Xlvt York, Feb. IS. i The Herald's special Washington despatch ! says it i said that on the M of tcb. Prcsi- j 1 dent Lincoln will ins a proclamation ot un iversal emancipation, including thejborder States. I Gold sold to-day at $1,01. p7 army otneers from tne Ironij tnai me com ing campaign will le opened liy a raid on a gigantic scale inrougu in. inu uuusenpw with which JcfT. Uav is is filling up the South ern army do not seem to be disposed to quiet ly submit to the tyranny that is forcing eve ry mm within the ranks to battle whether he will or not for secession. The rebels may fill up their armies but we trust the dis afftction will continue until tLo tniitois shall throw down their arms. New- York. Feb. lt. Reports from Tenn., state that desertions from Longstreet's army are very numerous. Longstrect's headquarters at last accounts were at Morristown. Tho rebel prisoners at Point Lookout, Md., made an attempt to escape a few days ago but signally filled. Washington, Feb. IS. 27 fnion officers recently eseaiwd from l.ibby Prison have arrived in this city,neurly all from Western and North Western States with several from tho north Gtoi'CBTER, Ma-s.. Feb. Ik. A lire broke out in Sawyer's buildings at 3 o'clock this morning. It is estimated that 75 buildings havu been destroyed. It has swq.t Front St. on both sides, and is still ragins fiercely. Some eight or ten Iniildings Imve lieen blown up to stop it. The engines cannot lie worked, it is so cold , nisi the firemen used up. Among the buildings de stroyed is the Telegraph office. Further par ticulars soon. i tK'uu,rs HMn- I 1 ' Guiri ester, Mas-. Feb. IS, 10 a. . ' The telegraph ojerator has just ojmed his ! office and sends the following. The fire I broke out at :i :i0 A. M. and is still raging, ; 70 buildings have ltn destroyed, including the Hank of Ci Ann. The contents of the ! I innk were saved. The fire emi-ht four doors from the Gloucester Huqsc in Front t. and sjireail List ami Wi-st tu tin Milter. The tin- will sisjii nucli suwu brick huililins when it is exxled Ui tie pit under cuntrul. A steam fire entine lias ar med fnim haleui and is at work. One hi , l . v . . miner has ln burnt. .N ertsniati- tan , . . . i im; lormea ol tlie loss as everyUHiHt js in tne wildest confusion. N'veral vesseW are on lire. The lire has swept through the htii ness portion ol the town and extended as far lack as middle sire t. (uiciisTFK. Mass., heb. Ir II a.m. The tire is nearly sulalued. -ill stores, tbe Adrrrlisr orBce. town clerk's, telegraph and 3 lawyer's unices and 1 " duelling- are burn ui. 40 families are rcudered huuseJes-. It it difficult to estimate tbe loss, but It can't fail short tit S4IN).IIINI. New Voik, Feb. I'J I'isi nti hcs from I inciunati strenf(then the reirt that John Morgan is contemplat ing another raid. The position of tien. Johnston's forres do not appear to lie understoisl at Chatta nooga. It is in doiil't wiietlicr his force is at Dal ton or a iortion zone to join 1ungslrret. I ,, ,w'la",'" "' P P" ' 1 lUptahanniict. ltU laen, under lard. I). , . - ... -tllen. armed Here v ere veetrrdav. (iold mid to day at l.'l. Nkw oan. Fob. 19. Mcanieliip Atlantic armed tbis A. M. tu n. tiilniore and stall' arrived at Port Royal faom Florida on the Kith. The estedition to Florida cunniel 1 .... . . (utce... dacKeooville and reteral utaer point- wen- captured and the forces were pushing through the state. No part of tbe expedition had returned. Xnv Vork, Feb. 111. The Herald" s Washington despatch says There w ill be no chance in tbe command' of tht" """' o ,ue Potomac. Meade will retain nisjioeuion ior ine next campaign me Jirnex naeningtun desna u-'ton despatch savs - There was something of a sensation to-day in the Senate by the statement of Mr. Ooo nes'i relative to the imperative necessity of sending a fleet of war steamers to the I "acme coast without delay. The authorities had positive information that rebel sieamers left Asia for that coast and it is feared San Pranci-co will be menaced before the navy can afford the requisite pro tection. Washington, Feb. 19. Ileepatches from Fernandina, Fla. amy the registration of citizens under the amneetv proclamation is going on finely and letter's say Florida will soon be restored. From Knoxville the news is that all is quiet there. Ixjiig-treet's army is 30 miles distant. We hate a large force at Cumber land Gap which is secure. The expedition to Floriihi win entirely successful. Seieii miles beyond Jacksonville we captured a rebel eamji with five cannon and opposite Fernandina another camp with prisoners and stores. Gen. Giluiorc moied sooner than was in tended, in order to provent the reliels from removing the iron from the Floriihi railroad to rcinir i Token-down roads el'ewhire. The Ih raid's dispatch from Western Va. says The reliels are said to be making jire inrations along the Tenn. nisi Va. Railroad : but whether to resist an advance or conttm plaling an attack themselves, is not known. Old Dan Ducky a noted guerilla lav, been captured by our forces with 17 others. Ctmo, Feb. 18. Officers jut from Vlcksburg state that the j rcr.ei I retel lorce at Jackson i ineuiisiilcralile arsl New York, Feb. 211. A oorresjxndent write as follows . I There are not over 25 families in Jackson- ville who claim to lie Unionists. The reliels in Florida arc iilsiut 2-ififl strong under Gen. Finne state that lieuutegurd w to Tallahasste and I-il nnegan. Into reports as marching in force i Jllco CIlv W!is l!n, 1 ' guarded by Georgia troops. " " llviiiii, Feb. 1J. The stenm-hiii Africa, from Utcrrool Feb. c.u i -.V 1 om, ims amieii. me Danes liate evacuated Sehleswig and , .Flcnsberg, the Germans pursuing. There has Uvn no additional fighting in Sehleswig. A snow-storm on the oth inst., preventtd I any thing but skirmishes. I A Hamburg di-patehuf the morning oi the urn, says : mere n no news ImmMhc thea tre of war. It is lielieted that the Prussians prevent its trail-mission. A severe fight i MiptioMtl to be going on, as numliers of wounded are being constantly brought into Kendesburg. Xew York, Feh. 20. Hilton Head accounts report a rceonnoi unce to John's Island by Gen. I;vy nnd tlie capture ofn rebel battery of field pieces with caissons ammunition and all the gunners. Our loewas 5 killed and wounded. Gen. Giluiorc has issued a call to the negro troops will js.'rform nn imjioftant trt in the snrinccamtoiin in this rei.inn 75 mm coloted truotui will be consolidated into three grand curiei d'annce. .. ,, Cio, Feb. VJ. Lettable information from Southeast Tenn. says rcfugoes are leavin'- Tcnmece-an,i (;eor gil by thousands, many in a starving mmi; tion. A large number ofdestrters continue to atrivc at Chattanooga daily -,. ,.;ii .,.c..... ': .i..i :z. r.rrr.t " 'pcr IIO.VT KKAII TIM. fTUnothlagmorethananadrcrtJsem?nt,oftfom0 , IntiMirtiinSf, tt ths world. It i trne. but we MV airain, " Don't read thun nniess you intend to tsu I vfit by tho same. i Thl ererybody can do, by strictly adherin; to the fulloirfn:: do to Colcer V Turk's to acr rcca K c a il v - in a tl c CI o t It i 117 FALL ASD mXTER. (iO ' 00 ! COME AT OXCE ! where the sreattd a-aortuient of sl Ooods team- tUntly ks(it on hand at Uio ' loMt irlce." i lio to "os. 2 and 3 Hank Block to get your fine Clothing cut and made to order, when you ean see ' the choicest stock of I'orcizn nnd American Clothes Cai-imeres and Veetlnr;, which are mad up lu a etylo not to be excelled. Finally, UO! UO COME AT ONCE ! Sre and partake of the good thins set beftire you, at .Vo 2 and 3 Bank Block. C0LVER4 TDRK. Burlington, Sept. S3. 1SS3. r. II. MUKItA V, II r a p c r a n l T a i I o r , CHURCH STREET. Oppotile .Wen's Block. Tne best or Cuirns, Cassimcrcs, Vestuss, Ac made up In tbe Utttt and mot faakUnaMt styles, of sbert notice and moat reasonable terras. Borllnirton, Vt. daw Jane !f)tb A . C . STRONG, DEALER IX ,'l.vlcs, Springs, Felloes, ni'ns spnicvs wiiKPrs sfat-stipks 1 PATENT AND ENAMELI.EI LEATHER, ENAJt- S.Ll.tll LUIT1I, PATENT r ALK C LUTH OIU'Mh. Carriage anil Fire Bolts. Malleable Iron, Wri'Ucht Nutj, Washert Tarrliwre RHet. Seat llarslles. stMltMiaeklei. Mitt rramea. nalen ana plain. Tbe Ut assortment of Carnain-inakfra (iood In the Male. AIo Iron, M. t-1. Nailrnda. An vil. Vice. Crowhers. Mill. Cross eat ami Circular Saws, bboreli, s.pade. lit, t . PamUawlOils, Varnish, Turpeatine. Ilouss Trimmings, Mechanic Tool of all kinds, and a general assnrttnrnt of Shelf Hardware. CALL J.MJ .': THE OOODS J.Yj rmcEs. It KS K II T K II N. i ItEWARDof tendolUnfxmBndthe 2 V. bl exitke laeurrad. will be Mid to any per- Mm fur the apprehension and delivery of a deserter at the lIcAiiiiusrters uf thenoartut Prnront Marslud. ROLLA OLKASON, Caj.t. and Provoet Mnhal. Third Dlatriot. nurlintton, Aujc. . dawtf f.VDKIlTA KKR'S XOTICB. jm I I AVIN(i purrhaaed a new nnd 111 pl4U PALL (.LOTUS, and alt other ounreo- leafor Fr.fERAL, Lhe tmWriWr tupe to recti t a tair flare id the puMie patronage. CofliiiH mil! Sturial Canker Of all Sixes atvl every ranety of Stle. Including - . ".'wail ' iuuaiiuvui uuiuiirwei ouuiin wruuil ,r 2ht i.uri,i mnJ Bri..w ' imlent Metals.- ci-kels. Imttatitm VUeeviay, Since H'amml. Rtnw, tttlmmt. , Aleo lealtatlua of .V.iete Hurtmi Cm tu. Jtl KUKII LUt-KI.s.itheriet am ...li seiuntl) on hand. Ail kirst ur TIIMMIKUS di 11- 1 iv, inm turn iinniwi iirere. .fJMK-1'l..tTEt, flHtOIDS, CRJI-JTS. COI.I.JHS, And ereo-thlac reqaired, faraiebed at abort notice. constantly on hanel and JfST RECEIVE!.. . NeMtyhMrBitrtw'( Patent M.-u'lic Borial indrasaete. Order by mail ur telegraph prumtll attended The -aleriher'a experience in the hiuinee i taoashtaa1Beientpaaranleeirlifsahllltv. and a aoe ai nis wora win savvy cu-l- mi-r, Uiat tbey he better supplied than at anv uther hhp la thla reiclon Apply tfi J. SKtr..i. 1 niiese St., or at hi residence n I'nioo fit. Barlin ton Vt. MI.VKIt l'l.ATKK fAtllts. VtOW e 1 aaa .TOW oMawd over twenty different varieties. opportoaity to make a friend a tnlnnble prteent V O II S THE TIME. and the place i CHliVfl HAM,. S. 8. BROWS'. II O tl K s , RICH, Rare aad Beaatifal. id everr variety of . binding. A rich ateortawnt of Bible aad ' Prayer Book. Call aad examine P. II HK! c.o frkxcii a co.. Cor. Church and College St. lec. a. n.orit : ri.orii : : n.oL'it : : : 100 IStls. Wisconsin Flour Warranted to be the iii:st M'lti.vc win: vt n.orit in this aurket, jut received and for sale by R. I. PIEBS0.V. Teh. I. T11K CAMPAIGN COMMKNCKIi: The Oriental." Jy Improveament on the .Tloriiiii (elory. The baadeoBNtt PARLOR STOVE in the amtat. Fur tale by C.S. BLOrXlETT CO. Oct. 3d. f LOCKS. t FRESH LOT of Fine Clock from tne hextaMk- en Jast received at No. I Rank Block. Oct. '. RRLNhMAlD Jt IIILDRbTII. CI, II A K S axp CLOTHS. CliOA K LA ROE Stock and great variety of Lwlie' JV Cloth, Barer. Sealkin. Uonakln and Water prooi tunas, ana tUnu, tor aue cheap, at LYMAN'S, Nov. 3, ls3. I I oiret I'ltrfoRM axu vovxter m ales I XJi la aII their varieties. Warranted to 1 aeeor- rect ami pet feet a working Scale a any in the mi ket. For sale low, by .& flLnlMJETT.CO,, r- I College Street. narllaxton, Dec. Nth. C N I O N .Ycir Store ! II 1.(1 C K . .Ycir floods AND KETA1I.. WALK KHS WHOI.KAI.K Ml KIM) JL I.Nt ITfc the attention of their eosteiaeri aad the TuMIe to their new and ipaciou Store and Saum rooms. In 1'sio.x Rues, on Church Street, three door south of the Central Hones, which will he found ttoeked with a fall and varied assortment of T.virjRE. (ILAtvr.iRE. JAPAXXSEl) H'ARE H OODEX WARE. MATCHES. . . He. For Ml WI10I.KSALF. AND KETAIL. Our tock of Kerosene OU Lamp is Itnurpncd in Kxtcnt nnd Vnnety l.y any cubllfliment in this vicinity. C.fSff PAID FOR ALL KIXDS OF BARTER. . , SIIEOD A WALKERS. nee. li. nawjm I'OIt TUB HOL1HAYS. LIIAVE nt retnrned from market with a lar-e ' assortment ff Itoolis :tnI Presents CkTlssuM by"h, En;K . ers. Work In Ili'torv lilorophy. Vol area and Travels, Standard Poetand Ilratnattft. editions, and fine binding. Bible and Books, and a very lare assortment of illustrated i Prajtr 1 ; Juvenile and Toy ISooks, i A V It ' iMIOTOCUAt'H VI.IIC.MS of all prices aud tyle. Alo a fine as-ertment of LadWVWurk Bs. Work Bote.. Writing !, Port Folios, Inkstand, Paper Kmves and Paper S.eiTM'.' " Punle. Dissected Picture Block. Block Honse, dc, dc. Call at the Church Street Book Store and see for yourselves. "- n- B. A. FULLER. Iturllnglon liook ISindcry. WILLIAM SCOTT, "tirOl'Lll respectfully announce that he I pre . 1 1 pared to eiecute all order with which he mv rnled tonv liaftm HTOrder by mail will receive prompt attention. TERMS REASOXAtll.E. Address, W JI. RC0TT, (Office over Huntington's Book Store." Burlington. March 13, 'tz. S. K. XILKS, AirtrtiMina Aarnt. "V0. I ScoIIay' nullding. Court Street, Boston tk ".ASent'"r the BarUnston Fbi Prcjs. f. inateitv. anil is authotiz.,1 i ..-.. ..i ment and suWri ptlons fcr us at our lowct rate 'IOBACCOSEEIi At rEIKCEM .VIAKK MTK TIIKSE FACTS or I V. L. HART. No. 4 Bank Block, haj a. tktite and comfitlt itock of a no cj: km : as anjr tf.cr rafrchsnt In this county, which be win 81 at m low fiurw Dailv Arrival Fresh Oysters, at HARTS, Bank Clock, College St. .VOir ..ID FORLl'ER. RAL.1JOIIAI SKIKTS J; ! 1 ilotii this !av vvc'il J.MJ iULL HF. MZJi LHEAI .No. I llmiin Itlnrk. RE)). P. WOODS X CO. Feb. H, lM. Itlltl.l.M.TO.N , C a Jii 111 c r rial V, allege, ASOTIIER"LUK" IX II It I ANT. NTKATTOX A- DO'S HUE AT I HJI.X OF f.vrCKA ATKto At. ! v HI V. I' C I II I If III ICCO . Lueatct! in Ki4iteea Leadiac; Cooiuierrial Cine in the I nited Sjtate and l anaila. a Irillovi ! Bnrlinstun. Vt . PbilauelBhU. Albany, Koetaester, PetroH, X. ioala, Sew Vork. Port land. Troy, Toronto. Chieacn. Hwtiord. Brooklyn, ProTideae. Bafcl... Cleirelaad, MilwMkee, ewara. WMi a daily Ueodanae or aeveral tfcoaeaad yoaaf; men. neafgned to Iiunttit it "'mi ml llii-inr. IMucntion To Teams; Meat aad Udle. nalnng THEORY and rtMCTK I: la a manner never before contemplated. -CIIIM.AKMIII'S i at BarBacMB t'oUese Euod for lxumited parted In the ZtQHTEEX CoTlegn eompnta the Per farther bxttanauWa ptaaee call at Collet Room, or cead tor dreal iia, specimen and letter. Add ram BRYANT, STRATTON CO.. BnrliB-tofi. Vt. Jaa id.lOM. divm WATHItlMtlKII Moths ami Circulars. HOWARD BARLOW'S. ! .Yeic I'rints, i 1M CmrBCH Staicr. Choice Itrcss fiooils. FJIVVARD BARLOW'S. dawtf Febraaiy I lib INCOMK TAN : l-ilil. I Vtbeauth eeettiia of the Act of Jnl) I. i -.-', it I ) t I come tax. e tne naty oi any ierstin name to ine in oa or before the ttrt 31onday of May in each v nf htsaaaaal to tbeawbUnt assessor of the district in whieh be or the resides. ' Every person who aaafl fall to make snch relnrn i by the day epeemed, will be liable to be assesMsl hy , the i n or according to tbe beet information which ' he ean obtain ; and ia each case the aeeor will ' add fifty per ceatam to the amount of the items of l each list. I Every person who shall deliver to an aei-or any talacorfiaudaleatrljtoritatemeat, with Intrnt to evade the valaatloa of hi income, is aojeet to a aae of live hnadred dollar ; and in such ease tSe lot will he made oat by the assessor or iwii taat -rveeor. and from the valation so made there can he no appeal. Ill, I NK I'OKMS I JO R Statements of Income for the vear 1-fi.l. instruction-, are received for delivery at with tbe wre oi ii . it. si nir.ci. Ant. Assessor, reh. 1-. s. dlw wiw N KW SONG. ""'OH Bles my Bov To-night," Lorezrove. VJ (A beaaUtuf new s.m-y " hix ma Mother 'ere I die." Itock lev. " My Pretty Utile Gal." Levi. " Laura Haunts my Fancy SUIL" Gtlmore. " lie's Watefainz O'er .My Mother." Mayer. (Answer to Who will care for Mo tlie r now ) 'The Darkle' Rally.- Partridge "The Warl Nearly Over." Buckley "When this War I Over, Ml Come Back to lose." siaver. 85 ' Break it Gently to My Mother." Buckley. M " Cnele Sam' Hotel." Wilder. "ZulaZong." Webster. js " Sons; of a Thousand Year." Work a . ""fT. re tae "T "'new sonjs pnbluhed. Sent by Mail, poet-paid, on receipt of price. ,, , H. L.STORV. Burlinzton, Jan. 17. IsAI. IIA A.. 01 llL ULIM.TO. i N as-essmeiit of eiiht dollars a share on the ftx- capital stock of till Bank was thi day made , 5 oj ,uo Lnrrrwi tnereoi payaoie on or before the 1st day of March next 1 which aernent was hy law required under the apprisal of the Stock by lhe llank Commissioner under the act eitcndin- the "'f'"1; R.O.C0LE,CahTer. Jan. 2. 1-l. iliw.Tn JANUARV SO, 1801. F.LVS, I'UnSESand F.1.YCV UOODS. AVK have returned from New Vork, and are 1 1 opening White, Scnrlcl, Pink, Illuc nnd llronn funs, Ladies' nnd Cent's l'nrscs, Jet, Enamelled, Steel and Gold ' IIKLT IMXS ANI) l!LX'KLI. Soaps. Perfumery, Scarf Pins, Bonnet Pin and a i great variety of lancy articles, at J. E. BR1NSMAID-S Old SUnd, Church bt. .STANll II V Tll: FLAK, And when you wish to buy KEROEiYE Oil O all Oil, 7 0 Cents net GO TO CHINA II ALL. CENTRAL PLOCK, u ,.. iiim a nr tor art.cle. the oest there uin town warranted. S. S. BROWN Burling, n , Hoc. 31, iffA 1 cJ ' ZYLOBALSAMUM. The great unequalled Preparauorj for Restonaj, Iavifforatis?. Beautifying, and Dressi? the Hsir. KMvVfb: H sIltT. an gfcivy ! it to renal 111 an Jwirs.1 tt" : eiiiiir ike tmllK rrstln? the Ml. a-sl nnailia; a Lealtny awl natar! cvlsr loW Ilvr. It SISQl Ktll.S to rftsrr CUIV IMIK t ITS ORIGINAL VOUTHFTJL COLOR. IT IS NOT A DYE, tut art drfwMly nj-Mt th rvt of tb Itilr. ziris; ttMtn tiie norl iMiarMmwnl njtifrt-4, jifudturttie tv nt- TttJtty l urtaji qukittltt in yeoth. Bv. Mr. THACHEK, ' N'-- V-.rk. i letur. y: - My wr l ity i t- Tfr w my bn rry jrrr. aaddlll? I-IMrS A. Alka'ft Wil' Hair lhttTr --waff-lifi to ItrvrtlofK. ajkI ivr nr Uir to rMturvU to 13 Mataf&I cntwr. and hs rmmf fl tail "ThavZylOwM'nam I r.s. f-Qnd tbe bnn al moxt FOIl !.UIJ AM CIIIMJItKV 7hot Hair reqairec frcutnt dressing, taa Zrlobalsamnm hai no cqiaL No laiy toilet is complete without -tt Sold by Draeguti throughont the World. ian4 300CrtfnwlfhMrftl,Vw ort K K X X K V S i: 1 1 1 : t i c i i . i n ka t. 1 rilllK Altsntftin nt the nnhlic I t ailed t this ranet I L eicellent of all LiniiuenU. a a perfect and I peed cure Tor all tee ache anil pain tnat neea is 1 I bet.- to. KIIEr.MATIVM Is eaiued by a staznatiim of the AtuoV, aminic Iroaa cheeked perauiration is curel "y a few buttles of Kennedy' Rbeamatie Liniment. M-HAIX Are eatised by an over-extension aad a seslden re action of tne teu-ele. i eared by a Saw bottles of Kennedy' Kbeuuatie Liaimeat eqaally food for men and beau. ' XKl'llAMJIA. The kin- o all plain, is eased be an tnaamation of the nenea ie iaataatly cared hy a re applira- tiont of Keaaedy Ktaeanutie Liaimeat. I'l.KfltfsV I an innammatf-n of tbe lfala nf tbe ns. is 'cared by a few bottles of Kennedy's Rheamatle I Liainaeat. ' KKt'lKS Are on need hv a eaddea prenare 4 the flee and naualafor the tnwae u instantly relieeed by Kaanedy'f Rheamatle Liniment fit.i.ir leaeuntraetion 'if the moeele. caul h a .widen etoppageof the nerroa fiaid, wbieh prevent ani- j anal life having a free bow ia eared ly a few appli cation of Kennedy' Rbeaeaatlc Liniment. Itll.IOfs Ctll.IC 1 caaeeil hy a nenralm la If is tomaea and isiwe 1 take a teaepuoafal tt Kennedy' Rheama-ie Lin iment in warm water every half boar aatii cared. l Are caosed by an on natural dryaev of the gland I net a piece of iaaael with Kennedy Rbeumat c J Llaiment, apply it on icoiaje to bed, and yon will he i wall in the mornimc. IIHtllACIIK .1X11 Tlllltllllll.VC (IK TIlKTKMI'l.Ks I la eaased by a pressor fnim inwnslble pervptratloei t is cared by a few application.. Kennedy ftaea autie Liniment. WtllKXO'i (IfTIIK HACK. Follow the direction in the circular aroaad each bottie. fMl AN CI.CKllATHI) SUKKTIIKUAT. Von will take one Uepooafal of the Liaimeat and 1 four teewpooofal i.f water. Garsle the thrnet twice 1 a day. In a few day it will he well. TbUoaetea j pooafal will be worth a dollar to yoa. t'Olt Illt(INL'IUTI. j And all ialaauaatlon of tne throat, toaeila aad aal ! ate. with a dry. smoking onogh. will dilate the Lm imeat with toer or five time iu balk of water. tarjle the throat, and .tw11ow the moist nr. r I werer Jmlm ltle znoit for TooTaaiae, rUacaa. Swkll.kd Faca aad brumnoi of rmj klad. Bney buw Ily ibomM bare a full apply for the winter, i Maaataetand by DO.VAL1I KENNED V. Roi i Wry, Mae. PrMeaieeot. Sold by all dracrku. Seat. 25. dlm KKVK.VCK SiTAMI'-. STA)irsatOovER.vaiiTatmtr -ule by . C. W. WOOIIII0USE. at Slecehaats Bank. Aoe. II. IsC LAOIRS SKATING BOOTS, other let Jut received at diwtr flannel lined. An. rROCTT-s. The rcnt Indian Kcmcilv j ran ki:jiai,ks. Dr. MATTISOX'S INDIAN EMMEXAOOGUE. Thi celebrated Female Medicine is designed exprely for both mar ried and single ladle. anAi the very iieft thins known for the Ciruose, a it will hnng on the montlUyMeknes 'nomseeof ohtmction from any eaose and after all other remedies of the kind have been tried in vain. If taken a directed, it will care aa no matter how obstinate, and it is al,M perfectly safe at all time I?It is pat ap In bottle ot three h. niserent ttrenxtn, with tall dine- "t!t ,10n ""ae, aad sent by Expree. -.-..-.. w ait J". I II" oi un PRICES.-FbU tUenith I li; Hair strength llaarter itieazth H lr ootth N. n -Some are cured hy the weaker, while other. mi require the rtrontrer preparations .the un .-ireoKin 1 always tne Wl avTdent by Ej I""' aeaii imu?, on receipt or the price "J!"'- JTTREMEMRKr; Thi. n,ailn,. A i prewly Tor ohetinate ee, which all other remedies or tbe kind have failed to care, also that it i wnr 1 ",?. . " represented in every respect, or the price will be refnnded. ifnewABlt or Imt tvmvs None cenaiae and jananted. nnles pnrcbaed directly of Ir. VI. at I hi Remedial Institute fr siweldleeaee. No. . I nioa street . PmrufM. R I I fS'"Aeconimo.iatlon for Le-ile wWiinc toreenatn In the mty a short time for treatment. A WORD OF CACTION. STImmense sum of money are paid in wind ling quacks annually, wiuch is worse than thrown " TWs come from trustine withost inqnlrv, 10 ""h'"" alike destitute of honor, character , or till, and whose only reeoonoendallon is their , lse and extravant assertions In praise nf them selves. Tne only way to avoid imposition ia to take ! paasword.no matter what hi pretenoae are. Make Isonlry. It will c.t on nnthiag, and may save you imany regrets: for. as mlrertisTaz nhvsief ; n". in nine ease out of ten are bogus, there Is no safttytatrusUazany of them, unless jou know who and what they are. 1 i i!V " eneioem: one stamp lr postaje a Pamphlet oa Ihswue of Women, aad liCD. With th TnriMt ewl..i,Ke.4 -.r . rfrir 31. will send free, by enelcein? oneslami lthont whieh n itft.avptilne. medWna of this kind f dewrvin; of Zny ' mMemw , - - --- ...j-v.i irii--vr, iru wnt?fl I Itlin ritenHTii reaniipal ra.;.u ail in n ;.f-i Aii-"r:'' ""rn .wrre 1 i deouniniheaih.-v.iTi;'.""" i.r;r.u" and,th..pVcialt7fi ulch ferTh'." tVn J he has devoted hU whole attention. Qr-Ordcrahy mail promptly attended to. Write 'tfi 1 1 r fli me fnai n aiifl CtA V i . i . a . 1 l:MATvrsoi: p,n,y. am, aircet to A'. Union Slrtet, Vcrsfeece, R. f. VI'KAM WKKKLV TO LIVi:itlOOU touching at QCEEN'sTOWN, (Cork Har ' bor.) The well known Steam- LVhiey"rp0"1"N"TJVork """l Philadelphia Steamship Company intend to salt a. follow, . 1 rtV. UhND0-S' Saturday, March. CT;' Satnnliy, .March ti. fNo7i'Ricer?din,,,ru',, P . RATES OF PASSAGE rArasLc ix cold oa irs i"CiTAtzvr m cvcbevcv. FHr;ST,CBIif' 'I9-10 I STEERAGE. fj,Mrt do to London, tsj,uii do to London.JJtJvl do .oHo' d. to Paris, 'iwii do loIImburg,9ii.(.l ' to Hamburgir Jii .ifT71"ofo.rwlrde,i 10 "". Bremen, Rot teruaai, Antwerp, Ac, at eqaally lew rate. tfcI3 ftu?- "feool or tineentown . 1st Cabin. UhhXl f',i""rCe a,Th who wt,h to send lor their friend can buy ticket here at these rates. Office " ""onaUon at tlie C4fmr-n JOHN C. DA t.K. Asent. IX Broadway. N. i . II. N. DRURV. Burlington. API-LB TKKKS. I OFFER for sale the eomln; Surin;, A P V L E T It E E S J,f"Jm":i "t miiaMc ag, and site for set- ling, and eompridng most of the VAIUKTIES AI'I'IKIVt ll wi'yl, corrcpond Sh,lbarn.tet'.'VL.Jaa.S..ROnTJ'Ww,JmT.E- i 'ATCTii,'j -tTcl-' Si ejaaWT' AND HKI,ATIVKS or rai V -Sailors. HOLLO WAY'S PIUs ALL who have KrittvU andReiatire mtn , or Nav, .hunlU take especial care, tin be ampip ?upHM with tfaerv PilU ami On ADd where the brarf Soilien wi iUr ha fleeted t prile thcmeUe with thrtu, n ireeent can ir -ut tbem hy their fnrnI- bare been unvei t le tbe Soldier's n-vfr-'4 friend in the hour f need. Coushs nnd ,'ofd nflectin? troop.. Will he speedily relieved and edectua,, luinz these ndnnrahle medicines, wi hy (,tl .. proper attention to the Jjirection- w',i.-h areatu. eif to each Pot or Dot. Sick Heiid'iche- and Want nf Vpnetnr Incidentiil to Soldier.. ' Tneee feeling whleh so sadden u-, u-uuv . from trouble or annovances.obslrneted t-.'-. oreatiacand drinking whatever i nnwL, ...'n-.e tbas dbtarhinie tbe healthful aetlon of tti . ,r&'. ,toaaeb. These organs ranst be relteveii. :fv 1 sire to be well. The Pills, taken acc.rl nj t i printed Instructions, will quickly produce a trn I action in both liver and toaueh, and aa au-, eooseiuenee a ' lear head and $uod apiet:te ' Wrnknessor Debility Induced by On. r'utisue W ill sisin iiiduppeiir by the use of these i-aim Pill-, and the Sildier will quickly acquire afM.t tior.i! strength. Never let the Bowel he eithsi- Fn 'i -r un lull acted npon. U may eem tin thar !! l'-.wa' Pills shoald be reeorameud. I . rrv and Flax, many person suppfMiin V e w .un: inrease tbe relaxation. This is a c re -"akc f -r t'lfi Pill will correct the iner , e acli and tliu. remove all tbeaend hnmoorsf the . st n. Thi. medicine will lve too and t . t tne wr le oriiuw system noweicr deranj' wu htaitli an'i strength fbtlow as a matter c uric N.-trnii will .nop the relaxatioa of T.. wl- so sure as thi famous medicine. Volunteer'., Vttention ! Indiscretions o Youth, Sore and Ulcer, Blotches and Swellin--, cdn eir certainty lie rwllcally cured if the Pill ar ikef niht and tnTHixt'X, tsttti the OintineDt he fr u u sUted 10 tbe printed uwtraetiono, if tr ao other way tbey dry op in oue part v hr. a Id another. wbrea thuOtntment will rem - hami trm the ?y tvm, and leare the patien- Tii.rMi- and healthy ma a. It will require perteverenee la budl eae to liuore & Luting eur- Vot Wuuniio, cither oocai-onrd by th Hiioiict, Sabre or llir Hiillrt. on" or limine-, To which ever. Sddier or Sailor are liaMe, tli are do medietnee i-n rafe. iare and eonrenteot iiollowayV Pi I If aod iiiotment. The ptMr woon-l and altantt dyini; balTerer miKht have hii vout drewamt launediatt-U if he would only provide hnr elf with thi nttcliletsOintuent, whieh shonld thnwt into the wound and Mneared all riuod n then cornr with a piece ofllnen from hi. knapaar and compreeied with a handkerchief. Taking nix and ntorninstdji or eight Pill, t cool the aystr And prevent Inflawatlou. Etery Soldier' knaptjack and i mii'i .. wM he nrtirkled with &hee raluahle Kemedfv. t'rTlO.N, None are genuine unit witpie Holloway. Nrw-Y-rk and Lo.dn, a - -oernakhle an a water-mark in every leaf of th of dtretitnj around each pot or bits , the n:r be plainly een M holding the leaf to the lii handwme rewarn will W uicen ti anv - nc -en ng jiucIi information as will lead to the ivte?t any art or partiee counterfettinK thr ilM cuiv- r rending tbe mm, knowing them u -,un-u- .MM4tthe Manulaetory .f Pn.f-- r 1). w, , - Maititfu Lane, New vrk. in. ' a., r pectaMe lrupt ami fealct Mh; . taroubout the ennlized world, mN.1c-.1t . t-' TicenUan. I in. There i-c'ii-nierarl mvioiJ hy taking h Ur- . B. liri-tioiis fcr the iniliianc of patient evert disorder are amxci to each "ox leiiter ill my well known iiiediciBe ran hntelioH' CnriN. Circular. A. r. eBt FIIKI! Of I .VI'II.VSE. bi nddie-ini: TIUf.M.VS IIOI.I.OWAV, NO 3Inden Lane N. A . JOHN K. I1KNRV A. C((.. wnoLBsALB DBALKBS If li A- American Patent .Medicine, Engl ASeJr Oil. und Rtmtmrwliir Prrfxmerif if ef John F. Henry, ( WATERBl RT, VT . awl B. B. Johnson. ( MO.TRE.L. C K tiKeaiL Aoaer roa UoLLoaar'a Mamcmcv. OCDli.VMU'KGH Il.llLKIIUI. 1SS kX HltTTER JRRJfUE.HCXr. Commewirur Monday, November 30th. lrio FiRr triix. BO ro.v j.vd .vtir loan E PRESS. Leave Oplensbargh at 5 an mi (breakc! o Melon ; arrtviaxat Roaee Point at luao a a. tar Uaxtwa t an M.Trny aad Albany soil p m. Nee r i 5 ii a a. White River Jaaetion ton r a. Con,, v.' r a, and Beetoa loiei e a. o chaage of car hy thi train between o: aaa notion. SECO.ID TR.II.1. ThSoVGH MAIL Leave (edeawbargh at 1 1 a p x. (dine at Malon arrlvimcat Roaee' Point at 53n r, St Albeaa 7 rx. (apper) Barlington soo p m. and Boetoa earlv neit morning. Sfradad itttptma Cert run with thi. train between Roue' Point and Boston Thi train connect with Montreal and Champlaia Railroad at Roaee' (Vint, arriving at Montreal jtt r a. Ri.'Trj8.Vf.TU. L'v- R o-ton -on am, (esprese) wttaoat chants ctr. ar nviag at irneneoarzn rtsi nifht. con ectiaz with nizbt evare train. Uraad Trunk i . wnj ay. a Leave Boh on 7 a a. aad 5 nil rs. and New V ,.k p. an potnm nen, Ac. TOO a a. aad.il p. arrivmgat Osleasbarz r m, neit day, evianeeting with G. T. Railway ati'l Otuwa 4 rreecott Railway, for wet and north. V. IIOVLK. Sop't Maloae, S. V., Nov. tfth. I:n. V KRAI O NT C KNTH A L A X I M" LU V RAILROADS. M'l.VTCR ARRAXBEMEXT- CommenciDg December 14th. 1S6.J TVeae fsls Swntk eed Emt Leave Barlingtea at 7 A , us r m. and son r Veal Tret leave St Alba Be at li a a, Barlin: ton TUB in connecting at White River Junction an,i Bellow Falls with trains for Bo ton, Worcester. and with Vermont Valley Railroad for Springs! I and Xew York, arriving in New Vork at 1015 p Oef Eprm TVem leaves Ogdensbnrgh at - a, Montreal at a y. Rouse's Point at 10 to a s for Boston. Troy aad ew Vork. Asotr .- Treia leave Odenebargh at l , " a , Montreal at 3 no r a. Rouse's Point at i 1., i arriving at Boston at KtriA x, connecting at Belke Fall with Cheshire Railnad lor Beetoa and nr eeeter and Vermont Valley Railroad for Spnnsne! i and New Haven, aad arriviac; hv New Vork at loiv e a. Treea fey .VerU eaw ATro Leave Barlingtua at 4in ak, ur, re. li- ra. T no r a. ftnf fCepce 7Vm leaves Beetoa il'niv Wbite River JuBctioB at I IA r m, Barliagton at o r for Moatreal, Ogdeasbargh, Chicago and the Wc: making eloee connection. VetY Trmtn leaves Boetoa at : ! A v. via Ls' and at 7 an a x. via LAwreneeor Fitchburs Lea' Spriagle d at 7 .mi a a. Bellow Fall at lii-, r .' ' St. Jnhasbnr . Littlett a aad Burlington, an . v Alhaas. .Inroetsaeaerifie Triue leaves Novthnclf4 at loo i a, and Bnrliagton at lis r a, for sjt. Albans Aseal Extent Trmtn leave Bellow Falls at '" r a, receiving naeengers from the Vermont a le Railroad leaving New Vork at !.! i e and fr 'ia Cheshire Railroad leaving Boston 1 Ol cm. connect ing at White River Junction with a train lear Hoston at 5t r x. via Lowell or Lawrence. Le White River Jaactiou at 1 1 to p x, arm in; at Hnr liagtoa at .v id a x. Ron' Point at 7 l j a x. Mr trealat loin a y. and Ogdenshorsh l-'K) r y Both the Mail Train connect at White River Juncnoa wita rassumpsAe Hemd. 'Wax Cat arf uttAefeAd tn Iwah th t.kt V.i ar are ittu irvM irama ranning between Roaee's Point ami ?-. Throuzh TickeU for Chea?o tl Wt Bw 1 l stall the principal Stetieex. I , , t 0. MERRILL. Sept. St. Albans, Notemberz. Ir-ta ' RITLAXI) AND KfRLIXGTtlV R. It. mXTER ARRAXOEMEXT rosni,re .Y,mr lor, trmlmt will so I MUmm : ; LEAl'E BVRLtX G i'O.V I S 3 A M, Jfeal Tce. for Botoa, Lowell. Wercertei Bellows Falls, Keeac FUehhurg. BrattleN-r'. Sprintfleht. Ilartrerd. New Hares, Troy, Allmo and New Vork ; arrive la Bo? tea 7 ts p y , Tr , ir a . New Vork 3 r y. ' rSseaeA t Trey w As.fee inrteef CSnfr or" " I 4i rx ; trpreM Trewi fcr Rnttasd. Troy, APn New Vork, Seheneetadv and the West ; arrive Trey 6 3u r y ; New Vork by Ilnd-wei River Rail road next morning. 31 p y, AseAr EMfen, from Montreal toNew V-rk 1 arrlvelnTroy 1 1V t y; New Verk LV r y. ISVeisi the Aewr HiJ Eitit TratnM atne a 'is e estie -I 10 JO t y, .lgrwiemo.iifii Train from Rutland. Tho Trala leave Rutland at a isl a a. J V, p y Passenger Train. Leaves New Vork at l"T r x. Troy SOI a x. Knllaal I ; Ur. il r y. Stmit Trium. tnm Bvton, Lowell. Worce ter. Springfield. Iljrtlord. New Haven. Trey. Al bany and New ork. Lrates llutou r ) a xs Ne Vork ; in a y. Troy I V. p x. TICKETS sold r,r baratoa. Tnv. Alhanj. e Vork. Schenect,ly an.1 all principal porn" a tbe New Vork Central and Western Railroad, and In formation given lv R. C. ROWE. No. I. American Hotel Bkiek tif'Fare alwai as low as by any other route is Baeaage checked through. CIIGBSK S.ICKI N C ; nwisn it.tnt.o n-s, lili Church Street. CAXHI.E WICKIXC t NICK FtirIe. inst received by EDWARD BARLOW' KltlKKIJS Jan. 30th, Isdl. W at