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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH I 1804.
The Cemetery Question. A few dajs ago we drew the attention of our fellow citizens to tin great importance r p roviding effectually at the Town.niccting ol Thunsday.fiT enlarged Cemetery accommo dations in this town and fur lacing the management of the cemetery grounds in the hand; of a special board of Commissioners, as the laws now provide. The Selectmen have presented this subject ably in their re port just published. Xoother sul jject which will come belore the Town meeting demands more decisive action than this one of our Cemeteries. Enlarged grounds must be had. A for provision them can not be rut off without subjecting the people of the town to gnat and dturted reproach. The mattir cjneerns every family, every individual, without dis tinction of sex, age. employment or con dition in lile, and all alike. The reasons for placing the oontrol of the ccuietents under a special board are well stated by the Select men, as follows : The selection, construction, development and improvement of a public cemetery, answering the demands of so Urge a village as Burlington, are of sufficient importance to be committed to a board, of ofljoers, who shall hue as exclusive control of the shocks our street commissioners and s:bool oommitteis have of the streets and schools respectively. The system of the arrange ment and ornamentation 01 a cemeierv, as large as we require, demands also a uniformity of ac tion and official oontrol, extending through a se ries of years, which will be in dinger of being seriously marred, if the board of management is changed, or liable to be changed at each town meeting. In addition to the brief tenure of their office another objection to committing the charge of such cemeteries to the Selectmen is found in the fact that they are already overburdened with the multiplicity of duties unavoidably derived upon them by the extensive affairs of the town For these reasons wo recommend tbat otr cemeteries, or at least such new olcs as may be established by the town, be placed under the charge of five Cemetery Commissioners, to be elected at town meeting, and to continue in office fite years, their respective terms of service to be so arranged that a new one shall be elected each yfar. A law passed by the 1 ist legislature provides for the election of such commissioners, and gives them the exclusive control of such public cemeteries as the town shall vote to place in their charge. It becomes the duty of the commissioners to divide the unoccupied ground of the cemetery into lots, walls, groves, and other suitable place, after reserving sufficient ground for the free burial of such as may not purchase lots. These lots are to be sold from time to time by the Commissioners, as they may be required, and the proceeds are to be paid into the town treasury, and there kept as a separate fund solely lor the purposes of mainta'tnins and improving the cemetery. The law recognizes the public character of a cemetery, and provides that if ltnd cannot be purchased for that jwrpose on reasonable terms, it may be taken upon the appraisal of disinter ested persons, as in the case of a highway or rail road. The duty of locating a burial ground in such cases devolves upon toe Selectmen. VI e recommend that if the town vote to have addi tional cemetery accommodations, and appoint Cemetery Commissioners the Commissioners so appointed be directed to act in conjunction with the Selectmen in the location of a new cemeter. Correspondence of the Frf Press. Trom the 11th Vermont. Foar Tones, D. C, Ttb. 2d. Mr. Editor : This regiment is composed nxstly of Vermont ers, and are proud that we are the sons of " old Vermont." Although we have no tbeeu called -to fe the dangers of the battle-sel l, as many of our brave Vermonters have on many a hard fought field; yet we have endeavored to discharge our duties, to our Country and cur God. We have dug rifle pits, built forts and batteries. which have greatly increased the strength of the defences north of Washington and if the rebels intend to make us a visit this spring, coming by way of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad ,tbey will find that the " Green Mountain boys" are not all dead ; and not only this, they will find tbat the 1st Vermont Artillery are as willing to sacrifice their lives upon tbe'altar of their coun try, as thousinds of our brave '"Vermont boys, have in the past. We are looking forward with much interest to tbe opening of the spring cam paign; and have faith to believe, that our Gov ernment will be prepared to meet tbe struggle, with all that wis lorn and fortitude which will enable us to be successful. Wc are anxious to see this ungodly war brought to an end and if our officers were men that loved God and their Country more than tney do; and whiskey less. I verily believe, tbat before the snows of an other winter should whiten the hills and valley! ef cur northern homes, that this rebellion would be crushed out, awl with it tbe institution of slavery .which has been o long the curse of our Nation. W. C. I. New Publication. Tnr Atlantic Monthly lor March Contains articles entitled : The Queen of California ; The Brother of Mercy, by John (j. Whitticr; Ambassadors in Bond;, by Caroline Chescbro; Wet-weather Work, V, by Donald U. Mitchell ; Part 2 on the Rela tion ol Art to Nature, by J. Eliot Cabot ; Our Classmate, by Oliver Wendell Holmes ; Whittier. byD. A. Wasson ; A continuation of The Conrulsionists of St. Modard, by Rob ert Dale Owen ; another " House and Homo Paper," by Mrs Stowe ; Song, by Alice Cary ; Our Soldiers ; William Makepeace Thackeray, by Bayard Taylor ; tbe Peninsu lar Campaign ; and the usual Reviews and Literary Notices. Godet'b Ladies' Book for March Is received. This .Magazine is always got up with care as to its engravings, its embroid ery patterns and fashion plates ; and tho read ing articles, though not of the heavy-literature kind, are of wholesome tenor, and cal culated to please a great many fcinalo read- TnREATS or Retaliation-. Correspondence has posted between Gens. Peck and Pickett in relation to the death of Col. Shaw and subscquentexecution by the rebels of a negro soldier for his alleged murder. Gen Peck says the Government of tho United States has wisi'ly seen fit to enlist many thousands of colored soldiers to aid in putting down the rebellion, and has placed them on tho same footing in all respects as her white troop. Ho encloses a copy of the President's order on the subject, that for every soldier of tho TJ. S. killed in violation of the laws of war a rebel 6hnll be executed, &c, and adds : Believing that this atrocity has been perpetrated without your knowledge, and tbat vou will take prompt steps to disavow this 'violation of the usages ot war and to bring the offenders to justice, I shall refrain from executing a rebel soldier until I learn your action iu the premises. Gen. Pickett replies, under date of Peters burg, Va., 16th, that bad we caught any negro, who bad killed cither officer, soldier or citizen of the Confederate States, we should have caused him to be immediately executed ; and states tbat be has in his possession 450 officers and men of the LT S. Army, and for every man Gen. Peck executes, ho will hang ten of them. In a biographical notice of W. M. Thack eray, in an Edinburgh paper, by Mr. James Hannay, wo find the following : " When wc congratulated him, many years ago, on the touch in Vanity Fair ' in which Becky 'ad mires ' her husband when lie is giving Lord Steyne the chastisement which ruins her for life, ' Well,' be foid. ' when I wrote the sen tence I slapped my fist on the tabic and said, That is a touch of genins ! " " Good tor Rutland. With nil the large quotas KutlaDd has been called upon to raise, she elwws a present excest" of ii men. Xo town has dune her duty mure promptly acd patriotically. Admitted to the Bae. Messrs. Solon & Harrison Eaton and Mr. George Parker, of Vergcnnes, were admitted to the Bar nt the late term of the Grand Isle County Court. The Messrs. Eaton are graduates ol the Uni verutv of Vermont, Solon Eaton of the class oflSGO, and Ham'ton of tbat ol 1862. Mr. J Parker :s a Dartmouth graduate of lobO. M.ij. Eaton and Cnpt. Parker studied law In Burlington. All three as wc understand are recent graduates of Harvard Law School, and are young gentlemen of high promise in their profession. Peosoxal. Lieut. C. W. Etrle, Co. C. OGth 111., lately from Libhy Prison, passed through town this tnornins on his way to estford, his former home. Lieut Etrle was of tbe number who escaped by tbe tun nel, and was seven days out, before, lie reached our lines at Williamsburg. He was cap tured at Chicamauga. Mr. Htxnv C. Tennant formerly with J. P. Clark Co., succeeds E. 0. Wires, re signed as Teller of the Farmers & Mechanics' Bank. Mr. Wires goes into business in Burlington. Col. Charles B. -Stoughton, of tbe 4th Regiment, has been obliged to resign on ac count of the loss of an eye from n. wound re- oeitcd at Funkstawn, last July, and is nov studying law in New York. Hon. L E.Chittenden. Register of tbe U. S. Treasury, was the orator, on the occasion of the opening of the Grand National Fair, at Washington on tho 22nd. Capt. Abijah Ktitb of Montpelier has moed to Chicago, baring entered into a partnership in the wholesale dry goods busi ness with Keith, Savage A Co. of that city. Elijah Reed, the fireman who was injured by the recent accident on tbe Rutland and Washington Railroad, between Pawlet and Granville, died at Pawlet on tbe 22nd. Newell S. Lord, of Brandon, whom tbe " mtk" of the Twelfth Keerimesit will le- j o member as their regimental iostmaster, has received an appointment as clerk in tbe ! Post Office at Springfield, Mass., with a very irood salary. ! , . . ... . .. ... 'the CourtofS. Jobna, iiew Brunswick, have hsutLn on the 25th. A skirmish ensue-d and Mrs. sarah Rice died at Reading, t., dtiherl an ttpiaina oa tbe (oapeake pi- j ttltf n-M. g.ue way. Gen. ScliofieM is pur on tbe Cth inst. aged 97 years, 5 months and 1 rate, sustaining all tbe points made by the wlini; Hlt, lr.,ops, but owing to the rapid 14 days. She was the widow of Abel Rice, ' pr"ecution. and committing the priMmer rttrent of the eueuiv no engagement is ex- J i . . mil tnawrs.it r.niuutton from tltrt .nlted tA i:u 1 . , . , a bergeant in the Revolutionary army, and Met such has drawn a penbioa from (jovern- ment for many years put. Site was nearly the last of tbe Revolutionary pensioners in the Sute. Governor Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, ha been telegraphed for to go into New Hampshire and take tbe stump, and tbe President himself has signed the request. PrasowAL. Exekid Cutler, Esq, a grad uate of the U. V. U. of the class of '53, has recently resigned bis commission ol Major in the army, on account of ill health, and has just been elected State Senator for Jones County, Iowa. OxTontATin Ala Many of the ills to which fleshes heir, are cutset by the impurities of the atmosphere, which imparities are occasioned by a lack of oxygen. Persons working m rooms where a large nomner or people are conereza- teI,are paruculirly liable to these affections, f be air eif crowded assembly roomi is greatly v ift :ed by being enntinaally Iretthed, which' ex huu ts tbe vital principle, or oxygen. By the ii hilition of oxygenated air, blood becomes ox ygtttzed, and panned, and with every expi re ioa disease eanuhes imperceptibly, but cone tlie lets ettVctually. That sjstem of caring dis eate s attracting much attention, and from aTl we can gather, deservedly so. In our own city we hate u physician who devotes hut n'i"e time to this practice. Dr. Kenney from the New York Deetrieal and Lung Institute, ha: rroms at the American Hotel, and treats on an average about 25 patients daily. Yesterday, 98 tabmi' eil themselves to this treatment. No medicine is administered, the practice being to inhale ox ygenated air. Since the Doctor has been in this Cit7, be has performed a nuniber of the most re markable cures, certificates of which he freely snots to those itbo call. Many oases of asthma have been perfectly cured. Among those eases', carhans that of Mr. Owen 0 if raj is tbe moat re in trkablc. He has been afi cteei for a period of buy years, and yet was curcu oy a lew inhala tiocs. A case of lock-jaw was almost instantly cure! but a few days since. A case of rheuma tism of the wrist. In which the member was en tirely rigid, and which bid been treaiel by all tbe physicians of note in this city, was cared with ease. A (tentleman on Whttesboro street, whose name can be obtained on application, call ed at the Woctor's office on crutches, and after one inhvlttion, walked home without the aid of his crutches. He has scores of as marvelous cases as the above, all of which can be substan tiated. Many people have an idea that there is some shock produced by electrical or some other agency, which is very farfrom the truth. The sensation produced by inhalation is a pleasurable one altogether, and as we have intimates above, produces very desirable results. We adnse all the afflicted to call and see the Doctor. His con sultations are free. Utica Telegraph. Dr. Kenney is now in Burlington for a short time, and has opened an office over Lyman's store, on the corner of College and Church Sts. See his advertisement etec w here. Shersiax and nis hex. It is stated that Gen. Grant considers Sherman tbe best offi cer under Mm, and not long since said that 'Gen. Siiervan is worth a thousand dollars a day to tho Government." A ourrespondent taya : "I never saw an army start on a march, with men who looked so full of fight as Sherman's command." At Fortress Jlonroc, JIaj. Gen. Peck has received reliable intt-lli-ence of tbe enemy's intention to make another effort to diposecs us of our possession in eastern Xorth Caroli na, with tbe assistance ot three rebel iron clads, plated ten inches thick, which were ' nearly ready to movo simultaneously down I the .eufe, Itoanoke and Tar P.ivers. Gen. j Peck is takinz measures to impede tbe pro- . gress of the iron-dads, fur which purpose he lb moTing Willi laml lorces on our tnree most important points Ncwln, PIvmouth and ! Washineton. it appears to be tho impress- ion both wiihiaandouisideofourlines.th.it i Virginia is tr be evacuated, and tbe battle ground translcrred U North Carolina. Hence the desire nt the enemy to make a, lorirard , nnd desneraic effjrt to obtain rosscs-ion of this productive portion of tho fctate and its ! extensive water communication before rein- forcemeats can anirc for us. ATTiiirT ar Mdeder & RoSBEsr. A bold attempt was made at tho Fitchburg mil-nxed ofSce Wednesday about 11 o'clock A. M. to murder & roll Mr L. W. Grover clerk of the freight department. While going up stairs' in the depot he met a young man, who in- ' stantly grabbed him by the throat nnd atab- bed him three times iii tbe head through his , j , ft ItissuppDsed that the accomplice of tho ruffian then came up and stabbed Mr. Grover four times mote, as there ate seven wounds upon his head, evidently inflicted by a knife ! vth a blade about thri quarter, of an inch in Vidth Grover cried "murder " which alarmed the . villains, and they ran. ! Mr. Groverwasseverelycutand it is thought ! dangerously wounded. J 6 It is estimated that not less than six thousand families, thirty thousand rrso,, fro Southern and SoutUertem States.have Uken refuge in .New York city till the war J is over. " " Large quantities of cuttcn ore stored nt liunuviile, Ala., now in possession of our ferccs. Lvery house or yard hza cne or , tsore bales. j Xcws of the War. A desDatch dated Cbattanooza, Fob. 24th i . . , ...... Gen Palmer skirmished with tbe enemy j all day yesterday, and succeeded in driving . firmed, tbe affair may result in the hanging him to Tunnel Hill. j of 51 rebels by Gen. Butler. Witnesses have Another dated Feb. 20th says : ! arrived who saw three of these- brave men The intentions of Gen. Grant in the cam- shot by tbe eoemy, soon after their arms were paien in progress, arc being rapidly devel- taken away oped A" it is announced from Chattanooga I ..... . that lnestrect is retreating from soperior , A J meeting or Union men in lenn lorres it can not bo harmful to say that the held at Memphis on the 22nd, was mnin body of the nrmv of the Cumberland largely attended. In the evening one of the has been pushed int.. E if t Tennessee, with largest and mt brilliant audiences that the design of crushing the rebels in that I wemMed in Memphis listened to an quarter. address by Col. Bland upon emancipation. If L .ngstrect mves himself it will be by uiCgmiKi,iP7iu,LU.m, ... gem iroln ashington stating tbat the Se- ting out of the way. . cretary of the Treasury proposes to make an Ligan s expedition was a mere feint to addiii jnal issue of5 20 bonds, but there is draw Johnston s attention towards Rome, autlorit fur .j.;,,, th,t Il0 iaUBtioD and L -pirn's corps is wt e re it can lender cf- hM ,,, or i8 enterta iMd. fectivc service. 1 Chattanooga is so well fortified that it can 1 Capt. Hunt of the Quartermaster's De he Kcun ly In Id 'y a small force, while t' e partcaent, has been sentenced for nialprac main body of the army is after L jngotrei t . tice t pay a fine of two thousand dollars and In .romfttn nt kanl lluvp unfil tf i. nawl Tho Atlanta CmtrArmrv nvs tbat on the I 8th int. 1025 bales of Cotton were destroyed by fire at Wilmington, loss 700,000. The Rome (Ga.) Courier rays that on the 3d inst. the enemy, 64)0 strong, were at Pot- i tersvi'le. 44 miles from Rome. Another fon'c is advancing via Weaver' Mills. ( The Savann ih Republican ol the 14th kits ' "the tight nt Like City. Fit., was with t!ic eneniv'- ndvnee.coni,oteil of cavalry entire ly. We lost all our euns in the Cuuiii Fin- negan Kirprim-, which sei-iiw to have been a rieen a . disgraceful affeir on the part of our officers, S. thoroughly were they surroundeel mat ! resistance was immpossiMe. But few of our men escaped Col. eornicic, no was in c 'Uinnnd, nas amjng the captured.' Date', from the Mi-i.-rppi liid been re . exiled in Kichtnmd up to the 19th. ' Farragut wns in command ot the fleet at i Grant's Pass, and was as quiet as the rough ( seas would allow. Sherman had called a , halt. He has become mysterious. Perhaps j he is flanking Gen Johnston, instead of moving on Mubilc. Nineteen rebel deserter- have been recent- ly hung at Kingst ., S. C. s i a- . v. , . . An ofiicial d.sptch saja Omt our troops in . -.t " n.z. ..r reneis wrtn grea wesw. xnej weswevy oi the movements vanfosnd the enemy, tbat they have lost all heart and surrender in biaa'!t d'' The Sute Departasent bate advices that j"" " -"1 utes authorities. The magistrate said of the aeixurc of the Chesapeake. "It i l"-7' robbey and muider and a ease within the extradition treaty." Applica tion will be made ler a writ ot haoeas cor pus, so as to bring the case before tbe Su preme Court A dispatch dated Cumberland Gap. Feb. 14, rays : On tbe 221 inst. a battalion of the Uth lean, cavalry, stationed on tbe Vir ginia road, five nike east, were surprised at lav light anal aurrouneied by a large force of rebel cavalry. Two companies of infantry, Vlot Ind. and M S. C were with the com mand of Col Davis. The company of the tl-t, in charge of Lieut. Wise, cut and fought their way through, with a los ol three killed. two ameers and about 60 of Gol. Davis's men.auec. eded in making their scape, but the res ol tbe command were proio!y captured. At the eauie time-ti e rebels attacked ouf outposte at Powtls iinlgis.on lasfwell roao, live miles amitn, i Msting of 50 men in charge of Capt. Pickeiinti, 34th Kentucky, supported by a Mock house, hut the rebels were rer'i!ed hi cc time when Capt. Pickering wii'. lis mm were withdrawn to prevent their h irz ot . ff fium the Gap. Col. Davis is said to x- b uicly wounded. A Fort Sniitb, (Ark.) despatch says Ad i cs from t! e Indian Country state that fie Tiiliy on the Cinidian RittT .inJ its tribu tiiiiL la clear of re'al-, and that tin; upper Si minole country is entiivly swept of eetn '.lutig AH re.ljel cupli for a nwicuuiii in Arkansas must oi i iy EVdRm-r woere 'he. enent te- now eontxioiatcd. The Rebi 1 Ineli ene are thoroughly disheart ened. Gen. M.ixc vtae pre-ent itt ttie I. 'iol' ttw Legislature a few d.tys ago and ade i-t J 'die Indians to return home and l.nse . rop-. Th Choctaws, Creeks, Cherokee, t'l.i' k- asawa and other trivs were represente-0 The Choctaws urccd the establtshmerit ot serar.ttc Confederacy, as the reU-liijn federacy was unable to protect tem f Creeks are prepared to fly into the M tc i: -n Mountains. Philip's Brigade had a tti" t with the rebel Indians and Texans on the Middle Boggy river on the 14 inst. Lillw g 40 of them. The enemy was pursued to Fort Arbuckle. Our fort es then retired to tbe Canadian rittr. Our b.-s wab one. Fort Smith bar been included in tbe- depart ment of Arkansas, and Gen. Thuver has cs tablishcd bis headquarters there. Maj. Gen. Frani Sigel has been assigned to the command of the Department of West ern Virginia, and will at once enter upon tlie itwlormance of his duties. a dash at the residence of Mr. WaliVr ;il- linffham. about two miles from Srtrinttfi. 1 1. '. , i 'A .j. , l.'oK!. u ' , r", j h-m ,.hT. , , : . r: Mr. Gillingham succecJed in making his cs- cape and reached Alexandria. A seouHng party of the 1st Michigan eav- , . . . . . airy, under Sergt. Mayb.n , we-ntou to re- conoiter on Tuesday. They proceeded us lar as the Oecoqiian, hut djscuvercel nu encuty Tbey veere eent out io consequence of tbe rumor that guerrillas were in force bejond tbe Occoejuan. Five more Federal officers who escapeel from Lib i Prison arrived at Fortress Jlun- roereo. zi, arrived. Three rebel prisoners have also . n , A passenger in the steamer Fannie from lcksbunr. sutes that the capture ot belina, Ala., by Gen. Sherman, was brought to that place direct from Gen. Sherman ; he had the same inlorntation Irom the quartermaster nt Vicksburg and entire confidence is phi ed in it. The news was believed at Memphis. In tbe engagement at tunnel IlUl near Chattanooga Feb 26, Gen. Palmer captured over 300 prisoners, who have been brought in. e lost about 75 killed and wounded. detacliment of cavalry from Oen. Oner- " cjnimttiu iinu airnou cl, ..lc,u, , 45 pnsjncrs, among them a rebel Captain Much dioealUfaction existed amor.p the rebel Mississippi troops, who were rapidly desert- ing, ciused by specul.itior.sin coit m by reVl tsemrnls F.tritwt, Cbaluiets, Furgitin, Ricli- areieon, ana oinert. inr te-m i n.ioiers mine that the cotton u taken Ir ttiei - I ', scouts dcUilcd for the purp-se The Memphis Bulletin baa information . Irom high niiliiarv authority confirming the I report that Gen. Sherman lias occupied Sel- ma, which, it says, was gained ly a severe light. No particulars are received. The llulletin adils that it is undcre-toeid the nex place to be attacked would be M-witgomeiy The transport I'uh.in tr..m Pi. I Kjai brings news tbat n liatlle lutd taken l.l.ut a T-ll.l , - t T?l I . a , I T -. turcd and destroyed over sl.oOO.WW viort i V f"' ""1 't"wa"1', "turnlJ 1 T1?. ., , .mT ' , ?". 1Iw'iM"c , ,WM, t" M Lhleetonl i1"0" n,,c. lM ' 1? tb? rKCT rebel torpedo Da,.. the ew Ironeides' old fnend. It struck her on "j0 UrarJ 1.?. and in a si. ,rt t.ut. tunk ,n IJ,.h JnIei' fwo -. ,nd th'J me" WerC lah The rf" of lU ' &ad cnK we On Sunday, the 21st, a small force ol tr00?i,Ic? U,Ito" "l'ad "n'r nd fP u," ,hc to il- ?T U,Und ; that pht.v .,,., -""'" ,! landtsl in smalMi-:tt .ml u.i'.ti a ji ..iiii..ic- . , . anco in lores;, dur.i.j i! . !i t1.. ..m l hi: i a suiall lsd of th, enemy. IV e i..t lowe uit n id' ti o .vii I'.i. 1'ht. ti.euu 's 1 gre-.nh oju euJxi! .u.-. Next uto.miigour ForcesVen. withdrawn. Tt.c rcctooiaoice wes highly successful. Intelligence has been received at Fortress , Monroe, that the enemy havo hung 51 sol , dim, captured by them in the recent attack on Newbern. heluneinir to the 2d Resiment. !.C. Union volunteer it creates a great deal of excitement, and if the news is con- U is understood tdJ,rams ' o ,r .. ., ""1"""' Senator Hale w.ts Hunt's counsel. There was a disturbance at Elmira N. Y., Feb. 24th raised by about 50 of tho 1st Mich. Cavalry on tlieir way to Washington. A patrol in the Invalid corps attempting to arre st the rioters, a serious melee ensued, in which guns, sabres and bayonets were In tlv used. One uiem'ier of the Michigan regiment I was shot de iii :tti'l another was mortally wounded uv a inyonet A memoer of the :,.i.. i.ii ,.,,.l..,i a . l ,)t,ers were uiure or less bruin-d 'and wen- ded. Col.mil Farnsworth of the Invalid corps, finally came up with Ins regiment, and through hia exertiew and those of other officers, the disturbance was quelled. Must of tbe ring-leaders were arrested. There have been lately two large fires in Charleston caused by our siiellx. Deserters UV thj .'Ifw is MtV MrlAjtA int.. I.i Aimtrii.1 . via : 'in range' and 'out of raugt .' and that no otner expressiun is used. I ine ol tbe ecuos in AVagner nicked a piee out of St. i Andrew's steeple last Sundav. It must hold- ! '-reated a sensation, a tbey were ' "8 0"li'P The President having approved and signed , the umitturr PnmiUnVbill. it is now I"- A desnateh from Knoxville- of Friday but ays At last ae-euunU LmgstreeH was still retreating. U headquarters were at tireen- Till.' vt eune-day night, uur cavalry came uiitn hi- rear Lniard in the vietinitv ol Bear's , t . . , VI .nil . I it in I. It: i iikmim. .lin The rnilrond biidze at Strawberrv PI Plains and the trncV were injured beyond the rs4- tilt 1 ('lis. , Uv,.. I riee otlnTrs ami a nunirs?r ot men eteoert- ed wlien Umi-tuxt f, 11 !tack and have taken thearhnenv oath. Ihiy state that Loogslreet ! wns retre atiiig to uictimoml witn nis original trewtps, lent ing Joints on and Buckner to pro- tTt tire Virginia Isinle-r. .rru,ils fpm Vkksliurgliconfirai tlie pre i iu remtrts tint Gen. Sherman bad ot-eo-( ii l N !iu i, Ala. l'oe rep trta from Gen Smith's cavalry ex isuiti in are not so good. Stragglers who have arrived at Memphis ntate that the rebel Ge Forrest, Adams, Lee and Reiddy con- Cin'r.itt-d t'leir torcet aarainst those of ij,,i mit,. and foiee-d him hark with cott- i ,i,,.rah,. Us. He had a severe tight at t I'uint, Miss. The slow movements of (,, Wann's e!iiiioii. vjosisting mainly of Vtn. and .V .!. rt-ftmrnts, delayed the ex- ,union some eii;ht d.iVf, giving the enemy time to concentrate tueir forces. Another laid was made upon Maysfield, Ky.. by guerrillas on the 25lh inst. Coo noera"lt propel ty ve in destroyed and carried o.i -ind much injury elone to the place. Mr. liappy, a piomiuent citizen, was killed. Inform it i n from the Army of the Pntomai states that on Tiiutvlay night about 100 reb els crossed the nur near Kaooun Foil, and made a slight clcru m-trati n on our p ickets, killing two drnje. Ii a low moments they beat a hi'sfy i . " e . t an tbe river, l'hir- teen o! in i'.. I.., ti oi'er, took theoppor-t-utj tj .e- ; iinici'iie into our lines. A reconruivince tv I Mur ..r . k.. i 1 -. . . c i ... ,,i lit i x i . l.oiu Fairfax to noli Kun on lie. r-l.i I -:, totmda etrone force of rebel I cavaliv ti. Uur forces retired without atLi.'.klng ti em t is re; i-ttd, but uneonfinneii, that a t in o! L e's army was moving down the ' "i tue utountains toward-Harper's I ' in, usual activity am. me our ' jay i i." t give, some color to the rumor 1 1 ' uui is reported by last accounts to be m Koe k -n i;;e county, 'the ent mv e-tntinues t ' ! : n ith mii ill parties. Our souts are uot uii-J tctte iili r the- foragers The re- f ort tlmt tho eneiav ia seneline a Urge force toward- Fr.iitklin, 1'endleton t'ounn, turns out tj ! untrue ; the rertels having only a strong picket poated in that direction, on lookout to dieoover an advance from our bide. There is nothing new from the rebel Gen. Early. Tliitti-eighth l ottsiess.. I'ii.t esion. . CTO ' ' 'erheads over tbe WhW. T" .Tb' ntaxi ! 0,1 as repone.i n the mitteeof) onterenee; and " "w nn,tt"':t "creed to. To s.mple people at a distance, it is inexplicable tliat there should be such a contention err the snbieet-at feast ,jn anv ground creditable to those who are deter- mi"7 '" f,l"r 'he holders of stocks of honor on hand, mete than the stocks of those who maau- f.clur. ,, ,c m nnv , rf ,nicte ,, ,r ,,- . ... , c. Lientenant (iensral anil nominating Gen. Grant f..r the eittice, also geiea to a committee of confer ence, the Senate having disagreed to tbe bill as it came from lite II. us The Mil.jret nt niii tl.iing the pay of soldiers is stilt un ltT Jieuuksion On the l?.,th Mr. IhtTta nf Mia, a mw- erful rech asainst the Colonisation policy of .nr. n:ir. ana artruea tbat slaterv should he utterly abolished in any State hitherto ia rebel. Il0BJI , ej,, rreceJrnt restoration. Th. HmlH j .,i reported a bill pmridinc that of the six hundred million loan, autborijed by the act of March 8, ltA, in ten-forties, two huntlred niiUmis tsj put in the market, redeemable in not ! than fite nor more thvt fifty Years. It also provides for the issue of ten millions more of five-twenties to meet sulsoriptions made in ejsast of tbe limit proetietl fur law. Bills have been introduced providing tor the exclus-on of (Kl..ye persons from the public 1'Li.ds of the United States. The committee on military affairs e.f the Hous reported on Friday a resolution to extend the time for paying bounties as cow provided, to regulars and vol untet rs, from the 1st of March to tbe 1st of Aonl and the House passed tbe resolution. Tbe H ..use t!.. . . .1 the resolution of thanks to A i i.ir.il Per er and his officers and men for their -en ices in re-opening the Mississippi riv er ; a'-o to O mnio-lore flinjjold, hisomcersand m-'n for the-ir d tring and skill in saving U. S. trxips front shipwreck in 1861. Tbe military c m also reortcl a hill to allow pay and boun- ty to persons from North and South Carolina, Alahama and other states in rebellion who shall enlist in the C. S. service. Tbe House Snilly concurrel in the Sen its amendment to the Lieut Gen. bill, wh ch stru-k out the proviaioB nomi- nating Gen. Grant for the position. Il.n. E-.weitD Bui i ion v. formerly repres entative in t onsets- from Louisiana, died in W.'shinnti.tt .nt Siturd'iv. Mr. l!otn,HSXT was u. t-n L.a wheu I fee accession took ptaee but rrsolutclj refused to follow the traitors m their mad scheme of rebellion He lited and di"l a true Union man. Nta.ly DO.IMlO veteran volunteers have se en isted. Elfvvted'' s ,Tii eCTios Tim- Tint , wee a it Has toe m.t satisfactory testimony" I of the great increase of private drinkirg. j at home, in families " The widow of Kv President Ham. at t ' i. i it!.' v iid i .... ..... itiie'itirsrt lor -IftHl cavalry hors-5 to lx- eleihtreil nt Montpelier. Accctt.'M to -. recent ctcscs ths tica of St. Joiai-crv is 22i0 pOpu.t- DON'T READ THIS. IT If nothing more than an advertisement, of some importance to the world, It Is trne, but wo say . I .-.m. Don't read this" unless you lntrnu to oen- "raa0,,byrtrietly adhrlaBt.th. followlai; : Oo to Colvcr V Turk's to cr vera 11 c:idy-matle Clolliiii!; rnR FALL AiD WIXTJCR. GO ' OO ! COME AT ONCE ! where the ercatttt assortment or good floods li con stantly kept oo trend at the " lowest prices." ioto09. 113 Hank Block to get yoor fine Clothing cut and made to order, where yoo eao see the ehotewt stock of Foreign mid Ainericnn Clothes. Casslmerts and Vntlopj, which are mada up In a strle Ml to bo excelled. 1oally. GO! OO COME AT ONCE ' Stand partake oT tl good taloxs set heftre too, " .v 2 and S Bank Block. C0LVERATTJRK. Darlisgton, Kpt- SB. 1963. V. It. .MCItBAV, II rape r a 1 T ailor, CHURCH STREET Opposite .f Men's Bhei. The best or Cloths, Cassibs, Vasnsew, 4c nude vp in tho Imtt si and most ?jiisiW( styles, of short netioe aod most reasonable terms. Barliajctoa, Vl JeirnKtb dit fMIKKTAKHR'S MUTCH. HAV1M purchased a new aBd .l.mtJl HEARSE, PALL 'BP' CLOTHS, and all other convent- teneMfar FmeraALS, tbe sulacnber bopea toitwoHo i our share of th. pablie patronage. ( CoiiillM ail (I I.IUTUl L..!iCl Oral! atH aid every varlet t of Style, lcelodtoz LvBunTslBdetnictlPmuurial eases anuiers srowa Inn air Liht tEalvaJllsed banal . ' .. . - i i i 1 - au U. ... i.' and Bantswi wMau Matalls oiskeu. ionlftUoB .Vnt.SS.y, Wbot rfteml, , HiM.rsut. AIM uadtattea nt MtlmlK aww cl.i.. fdVKItKU COTF I. . f tho t-t aaaUty HlSiHi Aiiaintuni I niJIJll.tro ell XjDit-Phjra, sHHovtti, e.j.jio. And ererythlna; raeptirwd, otmuaatly tm hand and CRAVATS, COI.L.4HA. WBV, Nw ttvkl of Baratow'i raunt Jieeauic iianai Cases aad Casket?. " Orders by nail or Mlot-raph promptly attended The -abacriber'f eaponenco In the haatasa It The -abaeriber't expeneneo 1 I. . ManntS at hla abllitT. and 1 elanec at his work win ssiifiy cmvmman tost, shsj can I tetter oi.plied than at any other Shop la tB" App,y GREEN. College St., or at his rwiaeneoc imoim. Burlia ton Vt. S. It. .VI I.KN, J(wrltis Jff. y0 I bVwUaya'i BalWin. Cuart btreet. Boston iv isAseatlbr tbe unrlinum rasa rats. eo. that city, aad i aathoriud to raeelT advtrti aieiit sand nabaerlptiona fur as at oar lowcat ratss. TI1K CAMI'Alf2X t'O.MMKXCKli: The Oriental.'' . yV toproT,",t " Jlorilill (s'llll'V. The PARLOR 8T0VE In tho Fur sale by e. S. BUUsSETT CO. lilll'K l yRKSH LOT of Fine Clocks from tbs J l. an nut ramlved at No. l Bank Block. BRINSMAIU UILDRETU. oet. aa. c:i,o A K 1 ASD CLOTHS. i i VV CM. Bawrar. SMlskta. Idoaafcla aad Wassav proof elilha, aad CloaAa, for ula cheap, at LYMAJPfl. Jior. S, 1863. I OarTJ PLATFORM AS I) LOVSTEK SCALES I I laaal tbetr vsnetici. Wsrranlnd t tboaaog net and perreet a woikln,; Scjle as any la tha mar ket. For sal low, by 0.1 BLOWJETTaCO., Collar Btrawt. Ba.IlnKtoo. IVc lltli. r x i o x s'cit? Store : WHOLESALE MIHDD A. It l.) t K . .Ycir (lotto's AND RETAIL. WALK BUS rnvrrt the attaotioB of their costaiaera aast taja I pablw to their new and spaotoas store aad rooms, in L.sios Blih k. on I (lurch Mroat. doors aouth of ths leotral llonse.which wii Haw aannsisa wteg a tmi uw im w minimis T.m.nE ni,ta-' JAPASSSED KTARE tfOODFS WARE. MATCBE1 ., c For tala WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL. Oar stoak of Keroastt Oil Lamps u I.Tiisiirpnsed in ExteBt nnd Vnrietr by any eatabluhmect in thu rloinity. CASH PJID FOt ALL E1SDS OF BARTER. SilEtlU A WALKERS. Ow. 12. aaw3a rem Tin: hoi. ipa vs. I HAVE Ja.t ntarswd from marts! witk a Ursa , iiaatirtnaaat of Hoillis ; 1'l't'ot'llts lor the Holidays, enmprisinc tbe aaoet slecant i ee. hp Ik. Tnlt.h .ml S iii.i 1. nwhlLk- en an. si oral m nistorj, in r, Btusrophr. Vnvaat Travsla, Standard Poets aad Dramatists, Hla-lraUa ditloaa, and line binding. BiMas aad Prayer Booai, aad a very otrga asaortment '( .Juvenile anil Toy Mtooks, in. I'HOTOGKAIMI AMIIMIS of all pneea and stylas. Also a nne aasortntent of Ladles' Work Bp. Work Boies, Wntlnf Vtrlt, Port Folleis, Iukatanda. Paper Knives aad Papar Weights, liarnas, Paulas, Dissected Pletu Blocs i. Block House, Ac , ie. Call at tbe Charoh Strest Bonk tstore and see for yoantelves. Dec. ZS. E. A. FULLER. iiurlinglon ISool; ISiiulcry. WILLIAM SCOTT. rOULO respaotfally annonno that be la pre- pared to axfente all ordars with which be may be fhvored in the above line, with cars and prompt aeaa. oisO hooks un-nouM). MUSIC, UAOJZtSES, PAMPHLETS, boetnd fa any desired style. Aeeoant-Boolu of all kinds made to order. Fapsr ruled to any pattern. F2r0rdrs by mail will receive prompt attsntlon. TERMS REASOSJBLE. Address, WM. SCOTT, (OtTteeover HaatingtnaV IKwk f-torc.) Darbneton, 31areh ia. si. HATS. CAI'S, t'l'IlS AMI GBNT' Ft;il- msium; i.ooiin. x 0 . 1 union" block. Church btrect, . BurllOKton, Vt A. H.SIIATTL'CK A: IIKOT1IKU tpAKC pleaanre in calling the attention of tbe X pnUie generally to their Urs, varisd and well selected stack of HatN, C.i lift, Fui, nioves, .Mitten', Trunks, Vnljsrs, Satchels, And a General Assortment of S cut's Furnishing Gool ! All of which, for quality f matsrial, dnrabiHty, stj le and priae, will haar more thaa favorable com parison with tbOM cf any similar aMtabUihment In Vermont. We weald call tha espaeial atteatlon of gentle men to our stock of SI'RI.VG STVI.K Of HATS Jk CAI'S Jast received front the fhuatain haad of Fashion and Elegance an I this day opera sd lor Inspection and approval hy the public in oar CUSTOM DEPART it EST Wo are at all times prepared to raaks to order and s'.'fcon say artlslat within our list t trade. nualWaarthawsyllbaral paUo;a Uwj far received, wa eeMBfldaiiefr hnn. r.. a fttk a DOS of tbe same. j A. R. SHATTUCK Jt BltO., ! No. I Unloo Block. . ine door South of the Central lloaaa. N. B. A gooda.sortaaMtof HUttary Kramlatfcn , Hats aad Caps kept oonsuatlv on hand. Fab. 21st, lH. dawtf ! JAXIJAIIV ill. I ill I. F.1.VS, VUHSKS mmd FJ.YC1' COODS. 1yE bare reteirsMd frasa Naw Votk, and are . T Oftenta White, Scailet, I'iuk, lllur nnd Itrown I'nns, Ladies' mid Gent's Torse, Jet, ItaastLUd, Steal and Gold HKL.T pi.vs a Mi nrcKr.ns, Saf. PatfeMMty, Scarf lias, BosBft Puataaal a srtut variety f finer artlelea. at J. C. BRIv.SJrAirrs Ol. Sjtanil. t'snn l, i JACKSON OIL. 1 .UUiCUlbGl. knoac. a; rll.P.l.E'i Feb 13-i. BALMORAL SKIRTS Jj l.t dozen this day rcc?d J.rD TILL BE SOLD CHEAT 'o. 4 Union Block. OEO. P. WOODS CO. FetVll.iaM. IIL'RLIXCTO.V Commercial College, ANOTHER "LINK" IN II It YA XT, STKATTO.V .V CO'S OHEA T CIU1 .T OF 1ST ERS J TIOSJ L Commercial College--, Ueat4m Blafcteea teseMnc Ootauwrdal CW in the t'Dttea&utes aad Caaada. as tollaws - norUocttMi, Vt.. railaSelpbis. Albaay. w York, rortlaad. Troy, Toroato, Ohlosicf . IJarUord. Brsoklvn. rrorldeaea. Banslo. ClevekVl. Miloaakee, Newark. Koeamer. i,trat I Loalr. .d.ur.tte.-.aesiev.r.Hhoa-nd yoanzawn. eswsnww Impart Snunel Ilnsinesi Kdncntlon Tv Youac Ma and Ladi. nnitin; THEORT and PRJCTKE la a maaner nvar belore contemplated. I scuoutRMiir" brllsfn retllcze anod for ' S LIMITED porlod la the i.mtni.i vouciew cviopeisiuK eus , "Chain." ! For farther Information please rati it Consee I I jtooaw, or d tor dreol,". areiBowW and Icttsrs. Address oniA.11,01 i . . ,1', . .-t vDts-mv i .... Hnruntton. vt. diwcm Barlteuus, Jan. . ItKVK.M'B .STAMPS OTA MPs at Oovaas a ur xrabr sfjeto c. w. tyooDHorsE, at ilarehaaU Bank. Aac II. Iss3. diwtf ltiyi.VA.VTM HIMIXA.XTS 1 aooo YnnN ' W1D f-onn disappear by the ae of tbe-e valaable Pillr, and tbe SoVller will (jniekly acquire addlUon 1 tfaml eUenth. ever let tbe Bowele he either cub- fined or unduly arted aps-n. It may seem strange tbat Hollewaj'n pllin -bfald Ke re7HnADded lr ' Iytentry and Flax, many perone Mpponitis tbat 1 tber would iitcreaNs tbe relaxation. This a great mvtake, ftr tbeee Pills will correct tbe liver and Wf r tf A y A"7"' V stomach ami thu? remove all tle acrid hninonrsfri'tni LsVwr va v uwaystem. This medicine will rive Wne and visor to tbe whale tirnaic yetem bowever deraBoii, I while health ana trentth follow m a matter of ' eoftre. Nothing will nyp tbe relaxation of the I It I .V T IIKST: GOOIJa e y Fast Colors. ItUBHRK lltlOTs. j AWL, Mls-M sl ChlMten'a Rahber Boou XJ Jul taaalsstt at PROITV let Chavek Strestt. 1'A.MIliV Hlltl.ti. Vspbndid copy os Brown's Edition with baeasti fal atswl enTaviacw. folio, and will Ke sold at a bargain at HCNTI.VGTO.V5i. Feb. lad. IIUGL.K TRlMMIXKs. BUGLE GIMPS and r,attons opcated this day at EDWARD BARLOWS No. I6 Ohuieh street. Fb. 22nd. dtf TKASi fE are stocked up In tie lino of Tea with all 1 T tbe varioas sorts and qualities, and will sell tbem low. Feb. an LOUIS FOLLETT & CO. WILIiIMOX ACtDFJir. fl'IIE SprUtc Term cf Wuiiaton Academy will A oomaeaeo on Monday, the 29th of Fabrnary. ,,. - . J- S- CILLEV. Principal. Willistoa, Feb. IHb, l1!. Iw gHAKER APPLE SACCE. Feb and. rEIRfE-S ST t X II It V T II K ri,.i ;. And when you wish to buy KEROSEaE Oils AT 70 Cents per Gallon, OO TO nil.VA HAM,, C EXTRA I, IU.OCK, you will find a nr roe article, the bsst there Is la town warranted. S. S. BRoWX. Borlln;ton. Dec at. 1H1 HA.Vi. Ol BfltLIXCTOX. 1 X assessment of eight dollars a share on tha ."Pi'al stock of this Bank waa this day made hy tho Dircctois thereof payable on or before the 1st day of March neit. which assessment was hy law reouired nnder the apprlsal of the btocV hy the Bank CommlMionor under the act eitendlnc the tc, js-- R-e-COLCCasnrer. Jan. 2, lest. dAw2m WATKItl'Roor Cloths and Circulars, EDWARD nARLOW-S. .Vcir Prints, st its t'HraxH Srartr. Choice Mtrcss Goods, sit TCMtARO B.Mtl.OlfN. LADIES SKATIXU EeejTS, Saaac. .ius!. Aa othsr lit last rscslvrd at PEOCTYsj. TtTOTlti3)'S HAIR RESTORER ZYLOBAXSAMUM? CONVINCING TESTIMONY FS-ie DISTTNGUISHBD CI.ERGYIvrEri'. r?. c k niTKHFt A"' T"-" Amrrivtn su rtosv x. r ' sdil niy tsstniMisv to tbst pmt sslm- iif Vlr. ? A I a-l ZvltsW nulls " I - Hstr H.r r.r 1 WKT. Bns'Wsn. L I : 'I ' WJ valw in Us- a '.n.' Tbfy haw mr i atr whers 11 was baU. a.l. mm an. s I vmw e ws'pearvta; Rmhml Mss - " I tis.s avd taw witk it..i . aWc 1 a. a..iv iKttbar fcald swr ftf. Ms iir s,. ity a.l bril'. it is nw "! ysulh " tUr H T. llMSEX IVrt o M -That UVt pro- j Mat lbs arista "f'lkr tvi bsKlsMala. I baes tb C idftlOS oT HIS 'iW-i I. ft CT JIIII-S T. KfltlK II .is I nss W- s- a Krtinssran'arAr.-As.i n. wi "sis.i.-V. , flwSMtlMBW "tsi . llv :.a- r. ii'-..i -y am, " s c. lr J. H EATA5. U. P. Pll-M rswst TJwtsrsly, lea writ: I n iul Hm s A Allan VVejw a llalr hMorsr and Z; livbsmcni. Ttf Mtlltay ofaay brhas ftwt and nr Ws-fcs. wit r vssr oeiNo tray, an KMorrd lu tbsir ninsl entw . ... ... , , Sold By Sragguts thraoghoat ta World. n iv iri - OFFIi H Xo. Il X lt r.rrraieitb SI.. f w torV Numerous Certificates il" "" as above. 'M' A X II KKL.ATIVK.N or ihs Urn re Soldiers Sailors. HOLLOW AY'S PILLS .in OI.TJIK.T. ALL who hare Fneo'it aniRfiatfrs intb Arm or arj. phaM tak especial care, tliaf th-y b amplp 9atpliwl with thr Pill and OintmDt . and wbre ih brave &wl.iir and Sailor hare ne glected to pmrMe the mt ires with them. n rtter Ereent ean ) rent tbem their friends. Tbey ar Ixenprored tt be the ijoUlter'n ne.er-fiiliOs; frtond to the hoar of neeil. Couch- and Cold-, n.rrclinc Iroop. WiU be peedlljr rclierM in-i i-ffeetoallr cured by U'tac tbeVe aaairaMe medidDe. and by payta,; proper alteration to the lnreetins whicb are attaeh d to aaeb Pot r Box Sick Headache and W ant of Appetite, Incidental to o.Jicr, i Theae faelinap whkh to .wddea n, nwillr ariF-e from trouble or auDni anm.betriicted pernptratioo, i oretlaf(mad driakinc whatever H onwhoWMs,, , tbua diiurbuiK tbe beJtJtbfal etHa of tbe liver al ! stoeoacb. There organ mut b relieved. If yua de , gtre to be well. Tbe PI IK taken aecordmp to tbe ' ivaan.tav-J tamavt ryijs. iaam. will aluifk l taaftllaM m KMilt kr aetMNB In both liver aad atoakacb, aod a a natural CsOttreqnesee a t lear bead and adr appetite j Venl.nc.or Debility Induced by Oipr ' I"Hti;up aeww bo aHtro aa iom uibooi meueme. Volunteers, Attention I Indiscretions of i i outh. t Som aast Ulcers. Bfolcbas aatl bweillSHtv. can with j oartatnly h radlcalle cored if the Pills are taken : Bight and morninz, and the Ointment be freely used , ' as sts lad aa tbs pmstasl lastroctioas, if treated ia . any os bar way Ussy dry atp in w.c part u. break oat In another, wbcresv. th,etntatsnt will remove lbs . humors from tha -e.ttu. an.t Icavs tu pattcnt a , viorons and bamithy tnaa. It will ree,alre a little . 1 fswaatsfaiasat la had cases to m-ure a lawting core For vVomitls. pithrr ocriii.ntietl liv the- I Itiijonct, Sabir or the Ilullel. Sores or Ilruises. To which every Soldier or Saulor are liable, ware are no m.ticiues pi sale, -urs and convenient at Hollos at PUla and . iusta.se I. Tlse pour w., tended 1 aad alaaisivdyliuc tsaSerar seiche bare kts waauda drcsisto lntmediattely if he woesiU nalr provide hiae j self with Ittls malchlesi. Olnussat, woieh shoalet be thnset into the sound and smeared all round it. thin ci eer with a piece i.f linen frm his knapsack l and tf.ieapTaasad with a handkerchief. Takiagnifijtt I an l n..m.UK sli nr eteht Pills, tu csd the systom ani pr.-ewit lnnammalmn. Etcrv SJdisr's knapsack and beasaan's chest ' wnnlil Ss Drovlded with tneso valvahle Rstasdlos. t'AI'TIOX. 'iies are .zs-atrtrte ttntc. the words " Hntlosnsy. Xew-York and Lftadoa," are dis craa4 as a waeer-aaark In every loaf oftho hook of dtreetiosss areatad each pot or haY, the same may Is- piasjaly stea hv hoMine tbe leaf to the light. A baoristSBO reward will Ke eiseft lo any cms render ng sssek IsttortasitMift as will lestd to tbe detsettoB of any party or partsw eountertVitini; the Btsdienes or ventfinr tass sanss. knowing them to Is. spurioas. .t?oM at the Mannfaetorr nt frontssor Hullo way, Matdesi Laae, cw York, and hy all re spectable Dnunost ami lvalers in McttehM tarooicbfsBt tho efviBsM world. In boxes at rt cents 70 cents and I In. Thsre is evnslderabla savine hy takinc ILn larcsr slaes. X. B. Directions fsr the gnidanee of patients ia every disorder are amxed to each bus. Dealers in nir well known medicines enn Dnve 5heiw I arils, t irctll.tr... vc. seul HILL IU I..M'I;m;, brnililrrssinr; TIIO.MAS IIOM.OW.VY, 80 -Vlndrn Lnne .V. Y. JOII.V F. IIK.VUV A. OI WHOLES4LK PEXLRRS IS English A- Amenrnn Tntent .Hedinnrs, foi. Otis and RttUratutt, Petumtrj mf mtt sisaU, 4e., 4c. John F. Henry, I WATERBDRV. VT , and B. B. Johnson, i 3I0XTRBAL. C. E. GaaxaxL Afirvrs roa noixowaT's Mcmcihes. The Great Indian Kciucily roit rE3IALKi. Ua. MATTISO.V'S LVDLVX EJLMEXAGOGUE. This celebrated Female Medlalne I Jeslned eupre5ly for both mar- neii ana single lafllf s. assllstnevsry best thine known for the purpose, as It wfll lirinzon the monthly sickness Ineasss of obstruction from any cause and aftar all other remedies of the kind have been tried in vain. If taken as directed. It will cure any case, no matter how obstinate, and it isalso perfectly sare at all tunes. ar"It is put up in bottles ol three different strength, with fall direc tions for nstnr, and sent hy Express, cjoasly sealed, tu all parts of tha country PR1CES.-Fnll strength IM; Half itrsosth fi, tjuartcr itienith J3 per bottle. X. R tome are cured by the weaker, while others may require tbe "tronger preparations i tho foil strength Is always the best PeTSent by Ex press, in a sealed package, on receipt of tbo price by maiL liyREMEMIiER-This medicine Is designed ex pre.slr for obstinate case, which all other remedies ot the kind hare failed to curs; alo that it is war ranted as represented in every respect, or tho price will be- refunded. Es7".Bewark or Imitatioss ! Xone cennlca and warranteit. unless purchased directly of Dr. M. at his Remedial Institute Tor special diseases, Xo. 23 Lnion street, ProTt-tc nc. R-1. HrAccommodationa for Ladles wishing toremaln In the eity a short time for treatment. A WORD Of CACTIO.V. lyiinnnns snms of money are paid to swtnd Ung quacks annually, which is worse thaa thrown awsy. This comes from trusting without Inqnlry, to men who are alike dsstltnto of honor, character, or skill, and whose only recommendation ts their ralto and extravagant assertions in praise of them selves. Tne only way to avoid Imposition is to take tM man's word, no matter what his pretensions are, Makoluqalry it will coat y ou nothing, and may save you many regret-, fir. as ailvertlsin; physici ans, in nine caes nut nf ten arc bou., there Is no safety in trnMing any of them, unless you know who and what they are. rSTDr M. will send frs. i,,i.l,.....i,.. for postage, a Pamphlet on lripcs-cs of Women, and on Private diseas generally, -trim foil Infurma- "ws-s Kcucratty. rio; loll Inrorma- : the most tiulbtilieMe ror.n. ...... UOB, with the most undoubted refrrsetoes an-I testt i moBtale. without wbth tin silv.rtt.... . V. , . ""JSii st?."' e7 . .h "'dvertlaina; physician or j medielne.if this kind is dcw-rsiit-tir any confidenoc j , , , rt? '- J. si rr-eitarty cioealesl rhyeician of 1 i(t.u., ecti oi wntcn were spent , In an oltensiva general pra-Uce. until, by rrasetnof deeJlnlBg health, ha was obli-rsl to rcllnnnlsh that. I and adopt ths .pprelally t.. which fer the last ten . years he has devoted his whole attention. 1 V,-m5?.ro.mP,V.''nd'd.'o, Write yfcor namo, town and r-uis. plainly, and direct to IT. MATVIssis. K: 2s Unmm Strtn, Pnnltaet, R, I. -DARIXi; AMI StriTERIXC:" A TIIRlLLIM. N.trat.t. of facu. Xono an ' KItlKKUS I .1. v W1.,h?t emotion. A lli.tur. of the Ornt Kallruit adventure, hy Ytiltlam httln-.r 'u . i"' daatrrs. w.tli an istmlwiui'lie' Itsv Alsxanuer tlarf. p.i FJ'.lul,u ucxtixuto.nu t s J. 5, ISiH. o:i)K..NBfR(;n R.tu.RiiAn. 1 1 11.1 iri.VTER JRBJSGEMEST. Commencing Monday, Novemlsrr 30th, Is; 7Rir TRJIS, BOSTOS JSD SEir rot EXPRESS. Tare OplensbaiTh at 5.10 ami (brealtbtt . Malonei arnrlnr at Roui Point at 10 30 a y sj S 0o a M. White River Junction 1 10 r . Omes.td ? r y. and Boston 10 oo r x. iSNo ehanjro r rr by this train Ulw. ,,, denbargh and lkntin. SECOSD TRJIS. THROUGH W.l, Leave Osdnshar:h at 1 1 .H) f . (dlo at Jf.u arrtrta: at Route's futnt t j3o r s, ltsl. . Albans ' rx. 'sapper) Borllnst.in 9ut r . ao-1 &,. k,' neat mornln;. Sphlut Sftti,f Cart run wttki 'tth tk., iraln Ktwiea Roum's Point and Boston. This trT. connects lth Montreal and Champlaln Rallroa,' Koewe's Polnl, arrivlns at 3Iontrral 90)j r RETVRSI.Vl:. Lcawe B.mton 900 a (express) wlriMiil -hatu. ears, arrlvincat Osdcnsbnrsh Ioi nlril 7 eetlnc wio, mi?bt eipress train. Grand Tntak'luJ way, fur all points tt eit.ie. Leave Boston ?k . w ..etm.. .v , v , next dav.ennrOuK with O. t. Railway ,J I Ottiwa 4 I-rr-n.it Railway, for west and north. .... .. .. u. V. HOYLE, St.p-1 Ialne, N. 1 ., Not. ath. 1-so. VKRMO.VTtK.VTRl,iNDSK,,Lv KAIL.HO.tns. ITtSTER JRRJ.10EMEST Commencing December 14tb, 1?63 Truint ffots? Stuth n4 Et I.,,, anarl,. it 1 1 D. 1IZ r . aal m . . z. ' ..' ' - Mmt Tnm leaves St Albao-at 9 IS A . . Barl i , ,7,,i , w ,,iU,ii.bi,.,i..,:: Bellows Falls with tralna Tor Boiton, Wor-- ter 4 I ad with Vermont Valley Railroad fer Springe &Qd .Nw Vork. arrleloc io New Vnrk at 10 1 r rtn E'r't" Tratn Uave4 Odeasbsrch at, j . M Jloatreal at t tm a te. Route's Poiat at o t, , , ' for Boston, Troy and New York. .Vapar Esprtat Trtnn leaves Ul.abwrzh at 1 i A y Monireul t 3 est r m. Roase'j Totat at iA6 r 1 a'"Tas owioaii - we atcnonsniB;H Mlit 1 al i.iu.ak uiie.iwB, - w A 1 . I.MUKlIU, aa OOtlOWi I Fall with Cbflttre Ratlrad lor Bootoa and VYor eeetar aao ermoot t auey Kaiirea4 air awlnnaj' llaren. ih irnsla la w vork al : " Trt ftmr -Vr t4 ITp Iavellortbiattooat aw, I2 rir. 49 pi 7-pv. Me Erprt Trmn leaves fxwfonat sU-,5-t River Jnnetioa at I 15 r m, Bsarltufftoe at 19 , Cnr Montreal, OcdenebnrKb, CMeao aaul tb i&akn dote eBMetiof.9, , Vt Trran lart Doetoa it 7 W ik I, Ti It aud at " ) a h. vim Lnwreaeeor nbhre. Usv bprinzfledat 7fin am, BHUws FalWat -ht John.ur. Lit Ik too or4 HurHncton, aat t Alban;. j-oMme4Afton 7-un lNire- NorthbeM at iaw m, and DurllDton at i& px.wdc M. AIboa.- .Vtyif Lrrrf Trmn leaf ea Bellowt Fall at p . rereirlnE pavenirer from tbe Verm-int Va.'. Railr'sad leaving New York at i-' 2 i m, od Cheshire IU.il r aad leaving BasvH4a 4 (a) p m, ,ntf meat White River Jsoctioo witb a train lr- ru-t'ii at ofn p v. vin Lowell or Lawrence. Laa-s Uhittv River Junction at 11 p m, arriviac at Br lint..n at l" . x. Ros-e! Point at 7 15 a m, Vet treat at ax, and Ojdebtircb l.'Drv ine iiau iraiiw cnnect at wmtf Kivor JiaetK" w;tli PuBuuipale Road. runalac between bath tbe Mrbt fa. niiwni; between Ree Peint aa. Bi Tbroarh Tickets for Chteazo and the West Sat n. at all the principal Stations. n. MERRILL. Spt j-. .iintnv, avT(nTsr.-7, irw iirTiai. i axd iirni.i.NKToy w. t iriJTKR AftRjyoKMcyr. Cmnng ymmltr OOl.i, lal, fF-iae rnU fiu I.EJl'E BVftLiyGTOy. & a 51. VfJ Trot, Jbr Bocteo, LowetL Worceaae BelK-w. Kail, Keene, Fltcbtmr?. !ttbrt Jprtiirfpll, lUrtforJ, New Have. Trey AEbasfr aad ew l ork ; arrive In itectoa. 7U r.i Te im p w : aev . or a p m. Tnmmmk t Tr anl frti tcHkrmt Cha-tt of Bv 1 45 r m ;a iUprtt Train for Ratfand, Troy. Albaa ew i or, ocneneeuar am me n cat, ; arrive a Troy 6 30 p m ; New Vork by HudMa River Kai rod next moroin;. 9 p m, yivktEryrfsM from Montreal tow Tort arrive in Troy 3 a a, .-sew 1 era ram. y. Ir 5evM 4r4 SUut Trat arrw at Bvv 10 'JO k . Jammwiot-tir Train tnm Rutland.?.' Train leavea Rutland at 6 1-' a w. 3 55 p Patmeeir Train. Leaves New Tf k at 10 p m; Troy Siia v. RatUnd V p. 6 5ft p m. lt T'am, from Bota, Lowell. Wem ter. SprtntfieW, Hartford. New Ila Ten, Troy, h- bany and New York. lvee Ho ton 730 a ,! York 7ft)iv: Troy w r m. TICKETS m1 for Saratoga. Troy. Albany. He York. Scben-KtAdy and all priaqpal poinU on lit New York Central and W-f tern Haltroadf, and in formation lven by R. C. HOWE, No. 1, American Hotel Bleft STFare alwaii as low as by any other route is- Daeaare cfiecien tnroazn. .TEAM WEKKL.T Tt MVEIll'OOU tohia;i QCEEX'STOWX, (Cork Br bor ) The well known Sieas or-.f tb Liverpool, Xw York and Philadelphi Meatnshlp Company Intend to sail aa fellows OITV OF WASlltMHTOX'.ISatarday, Fevt27. CITY or UlXlXI.N. ssutrtay, March . ETXA. . Fituntty, 31 arch 17 and every succeeding; Saturday, at Noon, from rV H. North Hiver. RATES OF PASSAGE raraatE i!s golxi or its sgciTAtE.vris catasyv FIRST CABIN, jw.iw i STEERAGE. Vs1." do to London, j do to London .fM. d to Parts. t"o.m i loto Paris, tm do tollamtmr?.9o.nn . "toIJarahvrgaTv rasrenzers also forwarded to Havre. Breraaa. s terdam. Antwerp, Ac. at eqnally low rates. Fares from Liverpool or QneeastowB 1st Case I7S, , IP, btaerace $. Tseoeo who wish to i lor their friends ran bay tickets hre at tbess lata For farther Information apply at the Compear1 Othees. JOII.V C. DALE. Aicnt. Ii Broadway. '. 1 n V. DRCRY. Berlin gton. OYSTERS I OTSTEIts:: TJECEIVEP frh daUy y Express sad fer sw A V. at Na. t Uaaast Wevl T L'&T reesivtsl a few bhli. Graft A sales la tee si dcr, and for sale at N. t Cniose Bsosk. CM0KED SALMON" and IlaHbetJSHt reeeivsd aV tjtorsaisas .o.a Laasn stares. II X .VI s . HAMS r tie bst qaaBty int received at No. z Baak Btivk BOSTO.V TRIPE. 1 FEW Kits cf Bostcn Trlr Jast reeetvs4 at' XHrsaioat n. 1 1. nion unci. ORAXKES AXD LEMOXS IX Fina Condition, tost rocaived at Xo.t Union Blo-k TABLE FRUITS. --IVPt Annl... P.abaa Cburrl. tnn'.a Fes A. Qaincas. Rasptrries, Blueberrivs In bsnp- ana csatir pat np in cans, vary one. At Vo. 1 Union BtVk TOMATOES AND GREEN COR.V. "VTEATLY pat np In Cans, for sale at 1 Xo. 2 Unlcn Diets J ELM ES. APPLE, Currant, Crab Appls. Gks"ST Qnlnco, Peach. Grape, Strawberry aad Ku; bsrry Jellies In tumblers, very fins , at .vo. z Lnies sr. ; PRESERVES. STRAWBERRIES, Cherrlss, QniDocs, Crab Ari Ginzsr.Tamarlnds, Pino Applo Prescrraa n pat np, ror saio as Xo. 2 Union Blocs, OLIVES AND CAPERS. TUSTrecotvedat No. 1 CnJon Mock W. W.DREW A MV Feb. 4. 1(64. oil: oili: oil:: SEWING 11ACIUNE OIL prepared axpresdyf the purpose. Also 6lnal Oil for Laatems, l oomotlve head Itghta Ac. ran. i3tn. PEIRCr SELECT VOCAL CO.MPOSITIOX. PUBLISHED IS SUMBERS. for tho convenience of 3taslcal Conventions, Choirs, and Mnjin; Cisst- nu x:uoots. THE CHORALIST. A Collection of Rt.o.rdfV iuti. nuivijir, iiiw, iuutev, c, wten so couipaniment for tho Onan or Pisno-Forts Fsa 10 ceccs. THE OPERA. A Collection of Tr.a. Unart' and Chomset, from Favorite. Uperss. Eat THE LTRir DRA.MA. A Collection of CVrsss1 and Concerted Pneei f om tho Principal Opt" irooa nossim s Slaaat .Vslsr. t ll.t.rih.,u....... . A list or tho pieces contained in each of tha'aw ..llMtl.,n. wllf -. -u .i ... eolleetietnj will be sent on appHeatioa to isesr Ushers. Copies of tha works msJlest post ps'J receiptor the price. A reduction of price wtll marts, on quantltiea. OI.tVKR IlITSllN- a n PabUsbers, 2;: ttihlngtou St., Hsf Falll tr too spimsii m.imn.i iirkkiiIv""' i I EU'D FOR 'J'HE SoWribsr will offer for sals at Fnblic .1 net ion, at his pUM in Mtsiburne. Vt, commcnetax ircata.sJay. rsr irti. HeK. at It oWuek. t'w above nututr of tl.esp. sml-racinl abt.ut4.ei :-s.t bra.l.riVtaA'J.l. aju.itg whtcle areanuto' of Ewea dleact fri the os.tratt fas U"'- lsajL MKKCU. Salharu, Vt, fab. 1st. datrtw