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the Burlington fiee press fbiday morning, march 25.
1864 V PROCLAMATION. 1. 1 ittrc? ocm"n for the rr'-' ,hjs I., . unileo'lj- to hdrooie themselves Were Al MV feed, end" in oWervance of a custom. 1 -h fcn's '' faction and approval in tbe beat . rating' nf thechriflUn's heart', I no r-ercby -nt Thitlwt, THtSrvrxTn r.T or ArsiL tr e be observed d.T of rrmic Fef.Ti.iG, P,,ttTWA5nrHAiit. dHnIIjinnl'lk' r-orle "f "e Cw.outhatdvytolay aside ail SC1,r m .ti.1 v assemble ia thfir accustomed rWtnellt. n . l. frt offee tft the lire lilllee nf ylscl .fir.ireT. " , ty.r bumble pnw, confessing licfore . :-.r.-- 1 f- : l'TT c penitential sorrow, seeking furgiv- ,1pj1i crucified, bat exalted Saviour. jrr a devoutly eck His blessing upon u ft , tnminwralth, tint He will give us the gen'raj ,.ftiifnfes f the sun and rain, that He will t- lW upfin the labor of the husiiandman, and up on all our individual pursuit", an abundant rc wri. and above all, thit He will bless us by the yrnrnrt of His Holy spirit, quinekenin f ft'tb. strengthening our hopes, and imparting to n truer and more just conception of His holi ,,... and of our dependence upon Him. Let us deplore before Him our aina a a n and beseech Him to grant us His favor that h wll give wisdom to all in authority, that He wll grant success to our army and navy anl crovn the year with an enduring peace. Let us seek His blessing upon the brave Sol dier?, tout whether in the camp, or on the field ,f battle, in the hospital, or languishing in cap tivity He will be near them to protect and bles, ir. otimfort and sustain them, and, having ac--miaub-4 their sacred mission, return them in nfety to thir families and their home. Thus nny nur Fast be ever "such as, the Lord Jtaiii eheen. that our light may break forth as ide morning, that our health may spring forth speedily, that our righteousness may go before is and that the glory of the Lord may be our rere-waru i'n under my haud and the fewl of the State, m Eiecutive'Chamber at rit. Albans, this wer.ty-second day of March, in the Year of ur Lord, One Thousand Kight Hundred and Sxtj-Four, and of the Independence of the IVwed States the Eighty Eighth. J. GREGORY SMITH. Ry His Excellency the Governor, SlXBEL Wlliti?", ee of fivil and Military Affair. vjn,iri Sextlemev. It i not perhaps as rfcerally knnwn a would be to the interest of invalids, that the Round Hill Water Cure, in Northampton, Mass., possesses superior advan tage for the treitment of gentlemen alc Its sheets in breaking up insidious and dangerous disease 'dependcat upon impurities in the blood and of Sttroful in the system, and in the cure of nervousness, debilitating dreams.low spirits, loe of mesBsry, dyspepsy, liver complaint, rheuma iMn aad gout, is unparalleled. It gives vitality and firce to the junction of powers, and oon trMs obstinate organic weakness with ease and vrtainty. The treatment is remedying sick and other oes'lscli's of however confirmed a habit, and all bil!iis tendencies. Marked success has also been had in bronchi tis, spinal complaints and paralysis, and in res "iring broken down ooustitutions, and in arou' ng t rpid, nervous anil debilitated systems to strength and activity. For the great favor in which the Turkish, chemical, medicated, electric and other baths are held in the cure of skin diseases, in freeing 1ht system from impurities of the blood and the iniunous euects of miueral medicine, and in aiding to promote a favorable resolution in d-ep-rooted and stubborn maladies. See circular fnt by mail. The I'. S. bark Roobuck captured off the (oast of Florida, between Feb. 25th and March 1st, four English sloops, from Xassau, ring to run the blockade 'with cargoes of salt, goods, liquors, Victor Emanuel, king of Italy, claims to 1 on good terms with the pope. The Russians admit that God is greater than the eiar, but ay "the czar is young yet." An opporftion steamer sailed from San Francisco for Panama, Monday, with 614 passengei s. Water from the river Jordan is to be used at the christening of the royal son of the Prince of Wales. Queen Victoria has nine children, ago re lctively 23, 22, 20, 19. 17, 15, 13, 10.and years. Fiieare girls and four loye. Three are married. Ou, Ob ' The New Orleans Times i guilty of giving circulation to the following : Why is it a noble thing to feed our soldiers on muie-meat p? Beeau?c it is a species of Ass-pie-rations ! Gen. Rowen baa ordered the author of the ibova lo leave the Department. An English neweparsTr says that only one Jieron ever got to the bottom of the Schles-vig-Hnlstein question, and he was a German professor, who immediately went mad. Notkikg More Wanted. Rev. Wm. R. Dowxs, Howard, X. Y., writes "Mrs. S. A. Allen's World's Hair Restorer has been sueces ful in restoring my hair, and the World's Hair Dressing has no equaL It cleanses the hair and scalp, removes harshness and dryness, and al ways produces the softness, silkiness and natural gloss so requisite to the numan hair." Sold by Druggists everywhere. Dept. 183 Greenwich St.. New York March, 24th. d&wlw Westward Ho' Tboe who intend locating themselves on the plains of the far West, should not fail to provide themselves with a remedy for moet ei the minor accidents of life, by taking with them a snpplyof Geace etlebraitd Salve. With that in the log cabin they may do without sending miles for a doctor, and save his bill into the bargain The Silve is a sure cure for those nty eruptions caused by the use of scrub oak leaves. It also cures burns, scalds, flesh wounds, boils, and all sk'n complaints. 25 cts. a boi. See advertisement in another column. .Harried. In CelchesteOIarch IHh I'M, by Rev. C. F. ,sr 1n, Charles W. Crockett, and Miss Martha H. HIM. all efColchester Died. In Barlinton, March leti isL Wm S. Stevens, ged 43 years, formerly a msmr of Co. A. 7th Vt. Volunteers. In Darlington. Slarch ir, at the residence of Enos Peterson, Ollie M. Holabird of Shelburne, aged 21 anpl3da)s In Bnrlington, Monday the 21st icit., Mr. John v t'rsw. aged 57 years. Merllag, m., March 12th, of chills and fever x' ' Bel Murray .daughter of Henry and Jane Mur. ' t-ratrly of this place, aged 14 years. ' CbirWte. March IHh, Wn. R. Williams, aced " years. In liaotisj;! on y,e imi, jn.t John Judson, ;-17"ynr. The der.,) Sm cln!, nt0 towri ,34 took up reideiK- in m5i bre he was rnWeqoently s -n t""ari op to, withm a ear or two filled, i-sri ever? or&ee within the gift of his townitncn ttiCo.tjKi, Representative four ' 'a. n-tlj Town A;ent and Oveneerof ' "W A peaceable citlien and kind neighbor, he a man thst will ranch mbsed from among us. w't-rii papere will plea. cup) . Cok. t" r.rwAIjn, L. I, on the Ilth, (ieotge Cleve wl Jvrarsaod 2 months; and n the anh i.liri-r. Furett. aged 1 jear and e months, ehil- 0 William ('. HicVs, aud grand children of K" I'' HkU. tl'I'l.K TREES. 1' su'-enberis preiuired to supply orders fur '...-fPle Trees (larceiy of R. I. ureenln-) Pear, a,J a n".vanit Ornamental Trees. Grape Vioe. 'i S "Werm- Plant-. I'lrst clan Apple Tree, will IS er. . t)re R R. Mtlm for Ji cent, each s. perhamireil, lnam roudltlon. from six to U !..et (( I rl -l ii.teMeJij 1'Iiiwa at il cents curb , Tk at -. reiita . i, rape Ines generally Co rents Warch A. F. BARTON, Charlotte, Vt, wlm ith. IYcyts ol the "Week.- ByTeleirnph. rAriTiRfci iiarch 1?.. -The to.Wj corrcsfMDdbnoc.fruui thl- flit pff Mobile, bas. a ruruiir that Farrapit U to wuh.draw hi fleet.. bejnf MtUfiol that the citv cannot be taken by water. , thirty of the fortr rebels who mutinied in Fort Morgan, have been shot. The Herald" s Hilton Head letter reports tbc .xvupation of 1'ilatka, Florida.by a urting lorcc under Col. Barton. The Herald" s New Orlcanc letter statei tliat IVrterh entire fleet cif irnn-clad lint the uioulh of J!eJ Kiver : Z$ tranywrti load ed with tnsij are aIo there. J'orter has captunil a strong rell fort on Washita river, with nil itc sun, including three S2-iound-cr. (icn. Hanks wouM take the field on the 10th and the army commence iminrdiate o(h eration. The Tuna eajs 500 of our prisoners, died in Richmond during Fcbrnary. Meade will surclj be relieved. New York, March 17- i Tl, A'tfT,.... r",....l.. 1 .I,: :.1 .i:- . ..ulu. ,u u t i) iit r- patched vessels in search of the supposed ! wrecked Italian frigate. Among tho4 sent is an English w.r v..l " ! IyicisvaiE, March If' (Jens. Sherman and Sheridan have arrived here. Col. Brucellas been reinstated as I military commander of this post. Col. Wolff has arrived en route for Xasli ville. having been released from arrest and ordered to report to Gen. Grant. Baltimore, March 17. Gen. Wallace will enter upon duty in this military department to-morrow or next day. Gen. Ickwood will remain some days to as sist in initiating him. An average of 20 refugees daily arrive here from the South. There came in thirty yesterday, direct from Richmond. New York, March 17. The Herald's Western Virginia desjatch say b there is a rumor that Evv ell's corps is moving into the Shenandoah Valley, probab ly for sultsi-tencc. " Th" reliel have stationed an increased nuimier of troojis in the different gaps of the mountains td catch refugees coming into our lino. It is reported that the Union feeling in Buckingham County is on the in crae. It is ant reported that there is a large number of Unionins near Staunton. The Times' Washington despatcli says The order relieving Gen. Meade and appoint ing hii suo.or will be i-sued in a few days. Thn IVbrifj de-patch states that (ten. Burnsidc will be assigned to tho department of the South instead of Gen. Fremont. The Richmond Examiner of the 10th says Gen. Ro-s reports coming in contact with a comrMny of negro cavalry near Canton and killing 5o out of 70. Gen. Iieaureganl io in Florida ; Gen An derson has assumed command there. Jeff. Davis lias appointed the fth of April a a ilay of fasting and'prayer. The Eiamwrr of the 1 1th savs The Federal- have retreated toward- Rnoxville and the indications of an early engagement in East Tennessee have di-apprared. A detch from Polk reports an attack by Ro-s and Riehard-on on Yazoo citv on the 5th and the enemy -till hold Yaaoo city and i Liverpool. I he row low was Ml killed ami wounded. Two hundred and seventy piionci cap tured near Cumlierland Gap have reached Richmond. New Yok. March IS Tbc World !- a de-patch that Stnart with 5,000 cavalry, bas cro al the Rappa hannock near Fredericksburgb. The House Committeo have authorized a resolution anthoriiing tbe termination by the President of the Canadian Reciprocity Trea ty, or to make a new one, meeting the ob jections of our Government to the present treaty Gen. Gillmore's Chief of Staff states that the lower port of Charleston is nearly de stroyed, and that the upper jnrt is occupied by troops. The Engli-h Corvette Styx has sailed from Halifax in search of the Italian man-of-war reported in distress. St. Locis March 17. Vick-burg dates of the r-th inst., state that 20 steamers are at the wharf loading with troops for an expedition wnich it is presumed will unito with Gen. Banks' com mand and go up the Red river. Report gives W. J. Smith command of the cxt?di tion. It is said that Kirby Smith is selling his cotton, delivered in our lines to Bnti-h Houses and others for sterling exchange. New York, March IS. The Herald's Washington despatch says : Our army is ready for Stuart's cavalry or for a general movement on the part of the rebels. It is also thought that the rebel cavalry will make a raid towards the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. There is rumor of a conspiracy embracing several counties in Kentucky, having lor ob ject the annexation of the State to the South ern Confederacy. The leaders had their headquarters at Monticello and were corres ponding with Longstreet in Tennesw-e and the Ky. delegation in Richmond. They bad secret correspondence with parties in Iiudon Manchester, Mt. Vernon, Danville 4c. and i planned to establish a central committee in every county and compel its inhabitants to join tho rebel confederacy as soon as Long street or Brcckcnridge invaded the state. This infamous conspiracy was discovered bv seizure at the Post Office of letters ad dressed by Kentucky members of the rebel congress to some of the leaders of the plot. The rebels are stated to have a large force in North Carolina, stationed along the rail roads. Long-treet it is stated will he ap pointed commander of the Southern Virginia and Kirby Smith will take bis place in Ten nessee. The new tax bill is nearly finished by the committee on Ways and Means. New York, Mar. IS. The Timj" Washinirton despatch eon- firms tho report of Stuart's crossing the Rap- phannock, and says Kilratrick andMerntf. ELIZABETH IIYDFs ESTATE. are on their track. bTATE OF VERMONT. 4 T a rrobate Court Capt.Sawver. who has returned from Rich- District of Grand Isle, s. j 21. holden at the rro-.-5 " t,, t:. p-i Ijtchfie'd bate Office in North Hero, in sail District on the mond. says ne saw Lieut. iol- uicnne.u. . . . ,. . , n isu. qnon appli- Maj Crook, Dr. Kinston and three officers of cation of Charles Russell, Executor or tho Ef a ne-ro reciment in one cell chained to six I tateof Elliabeth Ujde.lateof UrandDle. in raid a neiu rcvuueui iu unc vv:u -'"1'"" , . rh.trict, deceased t. sUta, reijuesUnga division of negroes. The rnsoners are fed on corn urcaa Mli c,ute tm0n tho devisees, legatees and per and water, and havo a limited tuprly even of sons entitled thereto, it is ordered by the Conrt , ' ! that tho said applicant canse ail persons Interested 5-T c e it- . j-j .1.. in the said estate to be duly notiae.1 toapiiearbe The Secretary Of Uar has rescinded trie flire court at a session thereof to be holden at authoritv to governors to appoint comman- the Probate office in the dwelling house of the , t ' y e j j Jodzeof said Court in North Hero, aforesaid, on daats for rendezvous for drafted men. , Jh", ;th itJ nt Ml A. j,., ism. at io o'clock in the Rumor savs Gen. Kilpatrick will be trans- 1 forenoon, the day last aforesaid, being the time set ferredtoanJther department and have an , for JS&SiXiSi important command. rress, a newspaper printed at Bnrlington ln Chit- tenden County, previons to the time set for hesr- Cairo. March IS. . In,t?t,r!.,1?.m,4e nhUom t0 ""b ' . ... , , , , I vision If IDey see cause- An expedition, composed of three brigades, ' otd at North Hero, in said District, this isth started from Vicksburg on the iUtti. ine 16th Army Corps has left for the south ; dee- tinatien unknown ANA II CLARK'S ESTATE. New York March 1!. "I TE the Subscribers, havng been appointed by ti f A '. vr. w . j ,JZ V the Honorable the Probate Court for the D... The Tribune s Washington despatch says . , tr'lc't of cm,,,,,, CommisslODers to receive, ex Stnart has not cnwed at Fredericksburg srnineandadttheeJaimsaMdernandsnfallper Tritb DrtO men Gen Wdvvorth lias re- sn, againtt tbe estate of Anah Clark, late with S.iX'O men. t.m. adsvvortn lias re ( J,,;,,.,!,, ib.trkt, decease.1, represented ceived orders to report to Uen. Iirant at Head- mirent. and also all claims and demands exiibit- i . . - - . . ., quarters of the Arm.vol tile I'otomac on tbe Sl't. den. Custer was tlirown irom a car- I , S - tV. I. i....:- riageana Kvereiy injured on iiie-oavv uut is 1 reeoverin-. I New York, March 19. I The U'orW save the Hou-e cutninitti-e on ' foreiprn affaire have bad under consideration for come time, the Mexican Question. Tne committee will, it i understood, ebortlj rc I Tairt to the House a seriee of iuiiortant reo , lutio ie, in erhich tlicy will re-af5rni in the most enijibatic manner, theMonnw Doctrine. Ntvv Vokk, -Mar. 19. The tele-rapbed story ol a conspiracy in Kentucky i- disnrdilni. Mr. Om.nt f. Ilarclav ol riiiladelldiia attivevl here t.wU l.nnin-. a rumor tliat the re!de intends to ,1 Ntrlnd. He made tbet-irlitt n- - - . . - - . 1 11 I 1 iiiHimriiifnt ol ix-e s. inviiMiiii ..liwjia.. . l.iet siirins. It Ulitvcl that Ijre win make a tlaob for Washington orfiTthc rear . of the Amy of tbe Ptrtomac. Actiru preparations for the defence of the fortr. around Washington indicate that the militarv authoritic" are apprehensive of a raid at least if not of a movement of the Mi'A Hrl aWi- letitfda 'he Capital. fslau. III., March IS. Thf. steadier tuntlnental frtini New Orle- sh idth haii arrivel vjilh tir 12th Wiscon- pin nntltlie ilth and Iclh luwn veterans. ! The 16th Artny Torf bus left for tti tick on Yaroo City was 5fKX) men with 4 pitv of artillery. TheSth Loui-iana cxdored , regiment lot V!i killeil wounded and miss- ing ; nine omixrs of this regiment out of 18 were found dead. The 1st Mi-eWppi and the 11th regiment loct 30. 1 , Xew Yokk, March 19. The Tribune's despatch sayw "firey" writes from hoadrjuarttrs this rourning that by occasion of reports that Stuart is concent troting large liodien of cavalry at Fredericks burg lirctaratorv to a ruontcr raid, the wild- rumors arc afloat which cannot Ik- traced trt nnv rllnT.li, fif.i.vrv, I " , , ,- ,. The enemy lias strengthened in pickets "long the Ipidan ami also made the works oi.t,ite the nrds morn formidable. -ii - Little Hock, Ark., March 16. j Partial election returns from 11 counties 1 gUe more votes than the wnole number ro I tmirni br the 1'rn.ident to renLun Arkansas ' in the Union. The other Counties will giro full 500 more. The new State Constitution was almost un animously ratiiied. New Yokk, March 10. Gold sold to-day at 102. Nnr Yom, Mar. 22. The Times' Washington diejutch save: Thursday will be a great day in tbe army of the Potomac. Gen. Grant will review it ; the President, Secretary of War. and Gen. Halleck will lie present. Gen. Grant lias directed that recruiting fur cavalry regiments .-hall cease. It is un dcrstood that an order will shortly v issued to mount infantry to supply tho deficiency in the army, he considering that branch of the service more efficient tlran cavalry organita tions. The Herald's despatch says there is no doubt of tho fact that Lee is daily receiving accessions to his forces and is preparing for an early movement. His cavalry i- being organired and although smaller than it was list war, it i equally formidaldc. The in fantry arc coming up'from various quarters and in a few weeks we shall doubtless, have in our Inint an army not at all inferior t that which confronted us la-t -eason. Tht greatest confidence i- manifested by our troops in Gen. Grant. They look for wanl to eucceeo with the nio-t sanguine ex pectations. The re-organiuition of the Army ol the Potomac has not yet ouimcn-d. The corps -till remain intact. Cairo, III., March 21 . Tbe steamer City of Alum has arrived from Memphis for St. Loui- with 377 railen of cotton and 500 soldiers on board. G'en. Vcateh who is in command of the guerrilla- bas warned tbe planters along the Missi-eippi that they will not be allowed to rai-e crop- with contraband negroes. New York. March 22. A letter from Japan in the Tribune reports the burning of 3011 houe and 21 ware bouses in the city Ousaca with 500 tn WOO live lot. The fare lasted three days Philadelphia, March 22. Gen. Grant arrived here this morning and is now at the Continental Hotel. Nnv Yore., March 23. A snow storm prevails in the vicinity of Washington. The 7W' Washington -pecial says Sec retary Cbm-0 has decided to put the $-40 loan into the market at once, and the pre paration of bonds ban commenced The sub-committee of ways and means will report entire the supplemental tax lull on Tuesday next. Tbe " Herald' s correspondent fnim Fort Monroe says an expedition under ten Gra ham has gone to ckr out a reit of guerillas in Matthews and Gloucester Counties. Repurt lavs there is an unusually large gathering of "rebel forces at Staunton. The IVorAfj special from Wa-hington states that preparations for the pruvected expeditions of Gen. Burnside and Hancock will be directed to cea-e by (ten. Grant, and lioth command- lie placed in condition for active co-operation with the riuy of the Potomac. Cviro, Mar. 22. Steamer Pauline from New Orleans ban arrived from St. Louis. She brutgs no news of general interest. New ork. Mar. 23. The Hernia's de-patch from lh Army of the Potomac Mar' 22d repWs the eajrtnre of 13 of Mosby's guerillas. A strong land of relel cavalry is prowling around Fauquier County. The U'orAfj Washington dispaHi says Gen. Hancock 1ms already returned to his command All demonstrations on the part of the relal cavalry have ceased. Stnart and his staff were at Fredericksburg but left some davs since. It is known that con!eriit8 bavelicen hur ried to I.ee's army from dinerent portiun of the South. .Nashvilie, Mar. 22. The friend of Gov. Johnston hero confi dently expect hi- nomination by the repub lican convention as v ice i res aieiu ticket with Pre-ident Lincoln the Washington, March 23. Gen. Grant arrived in Washington at 9 A. M. to-day. lie waited upin the Presi dent lmracdratcly. He goo- to-day to the Army of the Potomac and a grand review is ordered to-morrow. It is considered certain that Gen. W. F. Smith will I chosen by Gen. Grant as tho active general commanding in the East while he is absent in the West. He will lie coo firmed as Major General at once. New York, March 23. Gold sold to-dav at 166. uayoi jiaron, a. is. . AUGUSTUS KNIGHT, Judge. - . . . ed in offset ti.err.e ." 2X3cV(i Vi.V'Z" wedo iherer.,re berehv rite notiee liiei i'"-' . . .. . " .. , Iriat eirillattena to me niisineas oi our appoint' ment, at the dwelling of Homer Clark, In Char lcttc.in aid District, on tbe third laescays or April and September next, at iOo'clock, A. 31.. -n each of said dav s. ........ Dated this 19th day of March, A- D. I sal. t'HAS. D PRINDLE. ! Conimteslon-r. DENNIS W. HAZARD jlTOffl",n r' w39w3 ' O, II. IVIIIV'5 BSTATB. ' "ll'E the Subscribers, having betn appointed by W the Honorable tbe Probate t'outt for tbe Dis- . triet of Chittenden, Commissioners to receive, exam ine and adjust the claims and demands ! all lr ons, avlnst the estate of orrtn D. Saow, late wf Milton, in said Ihnrict, dcceasetl, rerresenf el insolvent, and ali all clatms and demands ethibfled In ndet thereto . and six months from tho dav of the rt.le h'r-.r. being allowed by .aid Court tof that pnTpo-e, we do therefore hereby girc notice that we will attend to the bu.lnessofourappoint nicnt.al the dwellinsof Charlotte Soow.'njliliou, laeaid IHtr!et. on the .eeond Toe-davs of Mir e' and nz. neat, at in oVIKk, A. M., on cacti l afi iie.i 'Vt!n"K" it 7S - ARTlICK Ilf.-vTlNO. J Ctratr.!.,b.rrf, The 16th .i.rtov V-jTtt has left fur tlio ,t-nfr-. , ' .i i. ihn 111 effects cf Dai Pjf. . c n-.T- , ,nn w , v ,. ,- , . - . . r i A 1 1 1 ri ... i nwvi " -1 - - -" " ' itreatana importantimproTtiiiwiwMia invu eoutli. aeMination unKhOftn. ' rrjt tr; ixcocr.' rOROVS Cenulne is slimed WILLIAM A. BATCIIlJxm Lieot.JZD- i from time W tune, uam now. and it is coiad.ntlr andMemnhiKrsofie Hith hate no F.ver.v men U.o Fir. Zouave, had a of "WTC.., Sipcw t. AHtto iSnSS wJ' SPECIAL NOTHES. KITRCTS OF 1RRKGCI.ARITI1 Avoided. Too much eatin and drinkiczi nw hah lu and modes of life often produce irregularities ia trel irid general health of the 9 stem. But thiHretlis Tills will "oon cure, the itomach will tfcain lt trehzlh afcn a helllhjr aetipicf Uit . itm willte restorpl. Ho JlPdlclctiate equal in w inicefs in Ihs Allcock's Porous Plaster put in their knapock free ofeiDse. And to this fact may be attributed the bnce of any of this Reiiment from the hospiuL Every soldier should have a box of Brandreth's rills a box o! Sslve, a piece of Poroni Planter Thay are sure to be useful, olten lire-savuig. Sold l.y repeetable dealers in medicines. IlKlDS THAT ItKIIKI AfJAlNST THE rules of Tatte and Beauty, in their color or in the loss of all their color, may be chanted In a few moments to any BEAUTIFUL ill JUL, by a ilnele appliettlon of Crittadaro't Hnr Dyt. Tha rapidity of its operation, perfect safety, remanent healtb- fuleffeet, and the exceeding depth and rtchnsss of '"'V , .vTJinr. ho 'm"!' 1dl!tlDC ' f" P"Pra0 frM1 111 MUt "J" ln ,n thl "or m r, Cnitaton'i Hair rrturvntur, a valuable adjunct to the I)j e, In dressing and promoting the growth aod perfect health of tie hair, and of Itself, when u-ed alone a safeguard that protects the fibres from decay under all circumstances and under all climef. Manufactured by J. CRISTADORO. No. 8 Astor House, Sew York. Sold by all Druggists. Applied by all Hair Iresers. March 26th. till. TOHIAV VKNKTIaN I.I.M.MK.VT bas given universal satisfaction during tho fonrteen years it has been introduced Into the United State.. After being tried by tnilliona,lt has been proclaimed the pain oV-troyer of tbe world. Tain cannot t e where tais liniment is applied. If ued as directed it cannot and never has tailed in a single Instance. For colds, cash and iafluensa. It can't t beat One i3 ent bottle will fture all the above, sueh as burn', eats, Maids, Insect sting, ac. It Is perfTtly innocent to take internally, and ean be given to the oldest jiron or youngest child. Price as and 50 cents a bottle. OSoe. it Cortlandt Street, New York. Sold by all Ilruxgl't.. March 23. dawlw FHOM THE AIXJJV HOsriTAI, THE bloody battl-Seid the mansion cf the rich and humble abode of the pw from the office and tha sacred desk from the mountain top, distant valle and far-off Wand I of the wean from every nook and crar of tba dvUlred world is pouring io tha evidence of the astonishing effects of BRAKE'S PLAXrATtOS BITTERS. Thousands upon thon-aand- nf letters like the foUowIng may be seen at isr oltiee. Rerpsacar, Wis., sept. 16, 13. l have been ln the army hospitals forfoai.teeaimantha speechless and nearly dead. At Alton. 111., they lave me a bottle of rianutter. Bitters. Three bottlea restored mv speech and eared-.. ' J C. A. FLATJTE." Horva Warsiw, O., July 2s, lf3. " One voting man, who had lieen fiek and not ont of the bouse for two J ears with Scrofula and GrvMpelas, alter paying the doctor! over isn without benefit, haa been cured by ten bottles of your blturs. EDWARD Wor.N AI.U- The Mlswinc Is from the Mansg'r of the Tnlon noma School lor the I bildren of Volnteers . liivtvrria Maasio". Unr-Sevasia sv., I New York, Ausuat i IMS. I " Da Daaae Yoor wnnderfnl Planution Bit tors have been giveei to some or our little children i.. ... wMknMs ami weak lonzs with meet happv e'ffcet. One little girl, in parUeular, with pain-'ir her head, losaof appetite, and dally wast- i Inif couumptiun, on whom all medical skill bad keen ea'iansted. baa lw entirely restored, ne oommencfl with but a tea.poonfn! of Bitters a d) Her appetite and -trenith rapidly increased, and ah. ia o..w wrtl. 0 m DKVOE." .. I owe mneh to you, for I verily believe the Plantation Bitters have latwd my life. Rav. W . WAUOO.NKR, MadrM, N. V." o . Thon wilt send nve two bottles mere of thy Plantation Bitters. 3y wile has been greatly benefitted bv their ue Tb iriend. ASA CI RRIN. PhiUdelpbia, ra.- 1 have been a great snffererfrosa l'ye pepr.a. ann bad t, abandon preaching. Tbv PUntati-n Ililt- have enred ma Itav J . . CATHORN. Roenerfer. S. Y " " 6end us iwenty-fonrdotenmoreofyoarPlacU-tmn Bitter-, tbe popularity of which are dally la creaslnc with the cneat or oar house. k 8YKES. ClIAimil'K CO, Proprietors Wlliard'i Hotel, Waehuuton, I 0. "" I have ziven the Piaotatiua Bitters t hood reds of our disabled soldiers with the moot ,.,nlsl,tn.-etTe i. tv. I. ANDREWS. Sup't Soldier's Home. Cincinnati, O. o Tbe Planution Bitters have cured me ol liver c-implaint. of which I wa laid up prottrate and had To aandon mv bnalnem II B. RlMiSLEY. Cleveland. 0." " The Plantation Bitters have eared rae of a derangement of the kidneys and miliary organs that haa dntrwMd me for art. It acts like a charm. C. ('. MOOKE. ast Broadway, N. Y. tr . Ac.. Ae., Ae., Ac, 4c. The Planution Bitters make the weak strong, the lamrwM brilliant, and are eihaiMted nature's great restorer. Tbe are eoiaposed of the celebrated Cal bwa ark, Winterxreefl, basafras. Roots, Herbs, Ac, all preserved in perfectly pure M. Croix Ram. S. T. I SGO. . Persons of sedentary habits troubled with weak ness, lassitude, palpiUtion of the heart, laek of ap petite, distress after eating, torpid liver, constipa tion, Ac , deserve to sutler If they will not try them. They are recommended by the highest medical authorities, and are warranted to prodnee an imme M, henenrial enect They are exceedingly agree able, ierfect!v pore, and harmle-s. Notice. Anv person pretending toselirianUtion Bitters in bulk or by the gallon Is a swindler and impoetor. It is put up only in e ur patent log cabin bottle. Beware of bottles refilled with Imitation deleterious stuff for whleh several persons are al ready in prison, bee that every bottle has our private United States Stamp over the cork unmnti- lated, and si nature on steel plate side label. Sold by reepeetahle derlers throughout this habit- able globe. DRAKE A- CO., 2H2 Broadway, N'. V dawly February Wh CHEROKEE PILLS Sugar Coated. FEMALE REGULATOR. HEALTH TKESEIIVER CERT.1 l.Y .1.VD S.I FF. ;y T. te Reeterof of OS.rraclit-s, ani IV. -arere of Regularity in Ihe Rreunrn: ofth Monthly Pertodt. They cure or ob ate those numerous die eases that spring from Irregularity Itself. They cure Suppressed, Excestlre and ralnful Menstruation 1 Tbey cure Green Sickness (Chlorosis). They core Nervous and Spinal Affections pains in tho back, and lower parts of the bodv Heaviness. Fatlio on slight exertion, PalpiUtion or the Heart, Lownesa of Spirits, Hysteria, Sick j Headache. Giddiness, etc., etc In a word, by re movinc the Irreiulartty, they remove the cause and with it a LL the effects that spring from It. Composed or simple vegetable extracts, they contain nothing oefeterlous to any constitution, however delicate, their function being to subnitute strength lor weakness, which, when properly used, thev never fall to do. Thev may be safely used at any age, and at any peivd. cirerT pcaiss tub riBsr TBea , i,,-r -ee . Mpromptlv. fre.lv and discreetly answered. roll directions accompany eacn oox. IV,e a I e. tl tv,e ai ne. oT or .ix Itoxes for f i. Sent bv mall, free of lUire, on receipt ef price Cold br all respectable Druggists. Dc W. R. MERWLN 4 CO . olc raorRiEToes, So. 59 Liberty btreet, New York. Jan. diwly WANTED. ONE Ton of HORSE RADI1II ROOT, toe which 1 will pay the highest market price. Apply at m Coffin bliop on C'j'0,jf;EN Burlingten, March 21, 156,1. ' dtw3m Jl'ST RECEIVED. "O0RDELL0," "Stratford," 'Chrbtma' Eve O end Eaiter Day." Threo Poems, by Robert Browning. For sal. at nwT,-0T0--9. March i IIROO.MS AXD HRCSIIEfi IX great rarlaty at March 15, rOLLETT.. fTpEfilAI' SOTICK1 II IIR DTK I HAlH HfK it TfxtCtl ctoR s Celebrated Hair Dye if i' "! U ' Th -' bannless, true and reliahla Dye kECn. ThlstplendM Half l Ferfeet-chances Red, Ro-t) or Grey Hair, instantly t- oi.ujr B-i or . n wiiiomt tniuriiie the Hair cr 6Uln- (nSthiila,UaTio the Hair bolt and Beautiful , toMtld frish Titalitr, freqaetuy rrswnPS i"- , roa DarsiST IMif June'JX Ir. 14 CENTS TO SAVE 25 DOL.L.AK. ntstxAK's Coxcevtratid Basil" removes Paint, Grease Spots, io., Instantly, and cleans talis. Ribbons, Gloves, ac, eqnal to tew. Only 5S cents perr-ittle. bold by Droigirt"- HEOEMAN 4 CO., Chemisti DmgglFti, New York. CHAl'I'EH HANI)! A NI PACK, SORE Lips, Chilblains, ao. lltac.VJ.r t, COJ CJ3S P1I0R ICE, WITH ar.TCERI.fE, cures Chapped Hands, icf immediately, and will keep the ikln soft and smooth in the coldest weather. Sold by Druggist. Price 23 cts. Sent by mail lor M cents. UEUEJUSit'O.. Chemisti A Druegisti. New Yora. A IELlGIITFrL.COltIIAIANnVAI uable Tonic HEGEMJy'S It CO'.V CORDIAL EUXER OVCALISAYA BARK, pos"e"Sinc the ac tive and well-known properties cf tha Peruvian Bark ln a most agreeable form. It will be fuund a valusble Tonia ln all cases, but particularly as a preventive to rever and Fever and Ague. It Is a pleasant and palatable cordial, and is much supe rior to the common whiskey and rum bitters so much in use. Sold by Druggists. HEOEMAN 4 CO.. Chemists 4 liruzrfst". New York. Jan. 2f. daw3ra BRYAN'S 1' V I. M l N I C W A F R II s . The most certain and speodyremedyeverdisoovered for all the Ihreaees of the Chctt and Lungs, Couichs, Colds, Asthma, Consumption. These wafers cive the most insUnUneons and perfeet relief, and when persevered with accord inc to directions, never fall to effect a rapid and lasting cure. Thousands have been restored to per feet health who have tried other means ln vain. To all classes and all constitutions they are equally a blessing and cure none need despair, no matter how long the disease may have existed, or however se vere It may be, provided the organic structure o the viul organs Is (not hopelessly decayed. Eve one afflicted should give them impartial trial. JOB MOSES, Sole Proprietor, 27 Cortlandt bt. N". Y. City. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by all drnizlsU Dec Hth. I6&1 dawly THE fSREAT ENOLIMI HEMEI1V. Sir Jnmca ("lurkc's C'KLEIW ATEI) FEMALE I'lI.Ii. 1'IIIH well known medicine is no unpotltn, but a sure safe remedy fc- Female Difieultlee and Obstructions, (Tom any clcie whatever, and although a powerful remedy, it eoUains nuth ng hnrtful to the constitution. will, in a short v me, bring en '.he nr-nthiy periud with regularity- In all cases of Nervou" and spinal affections, Tain ln the BacV and Limbs, Heaviness, Fatigue on slight exertion, PalpiUtion of the Heart, Iyiwness Spirits, Hysterics, Sick Headache, Whites, ami all the painful diseases occasioned by a disordered sys tern, these Pills will affect a cure when all other mean" have failed. These FlHn have never been known to fail where Ihe directions on the 2nd ptje f the rvmpbl't are well oherved. Ferfall psrtieulsr". get s pamphlet, free, et the aent N. B. II and postsre stamp eneb-se to any utberlJed srent. will In-ure a bottle, eontalaial r r-o rills, by rrturn mall. JOB MOSES. Sole Proprielro r Cortlandt St. N. V, City Sold by all Druarsts. dawlv A I'll 1 MOLOfSIC 1 1. VI EV OK Mlll RIAtiE, contalnini nearly n) pages, end I3r Ine Tlates and Engraving of the Anatomy of the Sex ual Orraos In a state of Health and Disease, with a Treatise on belf-Abuis, its Deplorable Conse quenees upon the Mind and Body, with the Author's Plan of Treatment the only rational and ineeess fal mode o' cure, as shown by tho report of esses treated. A truthful adviser to the married, and these centers platingmerriage.whoentertAin don Ma of their physical condition. Seat free of posuce to any address, on receipt of ? cents. In stamps or po-ul currency, by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, No. 31 Mstnea Lane.Albanr. N. V. febjodawJm THE CONFESSIONS nil EXI'ERI iccor ax lavaue. Published for tbe beoeat. and as a warning and Carnos to Voce Mia who suf fer from Nervous IehUity, Premature ! f Manhood, etc., supplying at the aasae time, Tbc MtAisorbsLrCraa. lly one who bas cured hhn setfetler bcin; put to greet expense and mkiry trough medical humbug and quackery. By eneloelng a post-iald addressed envelofe. Bgle copies ma be hail of tbe aathor. NATHANIEL MAVFA1R, Eso., Bedford. Kings County. '. V marJodawlr CO I. CAT E'S HONEY SO A I. This celebrated TO I LET SO AT. soeh ual verbal demand, is made from the CHOICEST materials, is .MI I.I) and E5IOI.IE.VT In its na ture. FRARRAXTLV SCENTED, and ex. tremely 11EXEFICIAI. ln its action upon the skin. For sale by all Druggists and fancy Goods Dealers. Jan. 29. diwly COl'GHSAXD COLDS. Til E Sl'DDEX changes of our climate are sources of Pulmonary Bronchial Asthmatic Affections. Eiperieneehavtng proved that smple remedies often act speedily when taken in tbe earlit stages of the dkesse. recourse should at onee.be bad SO "Brown 'J Br0nehial Traehtn or LoiengesIet the Cold. Conch, or irritation of tha Throat be ever so slight, as by this preeaation a more serious attack may be effectually warded off. Pcbijc Srr.AKr.BS and Siscebs will find them effect ual for clearing and strengthening the voice. Sol diers should have them, as they can be carried ln the pocket and taken as occasion requirs. March 23d. dawl j CA5IRRIDGE CATTLE 5IARKET. Winvesnar, March 23. At market 41S Cattle, about 37S Beeves and 43 Stores, eonstitlngot Working Oxen, Cows, one, two and three years old. Market Beef-extra fewt., $11 CI e lit First quality, f 10 00 e 110 to Second quality, $3 M IB 9 TS. Third quality, KSo. Working Oxen, jr(l, lfl, MO 2J3 pr pair. Cows and Calves, 30, 35, 10, e 5 Two years old, none. Three years old. t! G 3T. Sheep and Lambs, 4?i at market. Prices, ln lots $6000660. Extra and selections $7 00, 3 00 St 1060. Hides. 00 V 5 i Telts, 350 C 4n0each. Calf Skint IS C 17c R E.MARKS. The number of cattle was not so large as last j week, buttbe hich prices of the 1 ait few weekshave somewhat checked tbe demand.se that the sales , were abont the same as last week, If any change, l a fraction lower. Sheep In large supply and prices three quarters of a cent It m lower. IIOSTCX' 5IARKET. WcnvEsnar, March 23. FLOUR and GRAIN. The Flour market contln ues quiet i sales Western superfine at $6 50 aT 6 75' of common extrai at $7 OfffS 72S i medium extra at . . , , j i..iji eia-sini anusoo.1 aaacoo.ee, .aC.au,o5 ... ,.r ItebrandsSt. Louis at 5 25 S II OV V bbl. Corn It uulet. New svuthern yellow I 31 a I 33 , old yellow l 33 a 1 S3 A bushel Osts are fro, sales of Northern and Canada at &557cb I Rye Is selling at II32P bushaL Shorts are" steady at $33 60 p ton.and fine Feed and Middlings ' at 133 0U4M2 CO f ton. PROVISIONS. Pork ia firm. Sales of prune at JI9 oocTOO 00 ; mess at $23 O04 M ; and dear $23 e.H ssbbl. ca.h. Beef Is firm, with tales of Eastern and Western mess and extra mess at $15 wetrZ) 00 f bbl. caih.as to quality. Lard is iteady. Sales in bbl. and tierces at 14 ft 14ie p lb. Smoked Hams HAIc. Batter rane. from t5 rj) IV: sslbfor good and choice Cheese continues steady at K"ISc is a for common to good as to quality. W00I The tendency of prices has been in favcr of buyers. Tbe sales of the week have been 373,000 He deece and palled at pieces reusing from 62les.ie as to quality. The salts of palled Wool were super and extra prmtipaliy al Mffl Mc p ft, as lo lbs I duality the latter price for very choiw. YOVSG MEN'S ASSOCIATION. THE Second Lecture before the. Young 3f en'l As sociation of Burlington, will be, delivered at TOW IV II A f i Li , 6.x Thursday ritfnlng, Mnfih Slt, 180a, BT Rcr. nm. II. ,Hllburtt, Of New York City. iw,wr..n!rf Kf . vnfl.TTln ThtfJ TTlle Will hS strictly enforced. The Constitution of the Assoda- (ion may bo found for signatures at the Times ofBce. i March 23. dw!w X Fi W BOOKS, 'TTlEWof Mavery,-by Bishop Hopkins. ! I "CounselandCoinfort,"bytheCountry Tar- I son. - Meet for Heaven," by the Author of neaven our Home. ' Indostrfal Biography," by Samuel Smiles. Jast received by C. 0. FRENCH k CO. March 23. OR ENS' GOODS. A N'OTUER new lot Just received at March 22. Il.tLMOHAL. SKIRTS'. ;0ME choice styles Ladies' and Misses' at PAUITb "New Store." March '. i'ltXXKb SACKINGS. A LL colors and kinds at PAOE-S'New Store.-' March 22. WATERPROOF CLOAK1M.. VOOD article for a good price. At PAG E'S " New Stere.- CIIEK.SK HAMIARE. A 8 Cheap as the cheapest. A At PAfirTS March 22. I' R I N T S . New Store." 1 N endless variety at -ia. PACE'S " New Store." M arch 22. CLOTHS. A GOOD assortment for Boys and Men. At PAG HTS " New Store." March 22. WATERPROOF CIRCUIIRS. QPENEDthls day at March VI EDWARD BARLOW'S 156 Church Street CHEESE I PROM on of the choicest Dairies in the State , a . splendid artt -le For sale hy LOCIS FOLLETT ft CO. March 19. HAV E n' w been before the pub!.2 for nearly a year Tbey are unJversai'y pronounced the ! neatest acl ties' LtLnz c Jars extant The upper edire presents a perfect curve, free I from the angles noticed in ail ither collars. The cravat eanes no puckers on the inside of the 1 tnrn-downcllar are AS SMOOTH INSIDE I AS OUTSIDE, an ' theref .ro perfectly free and eay to the neca. The Garotte Collar has a smooth and evenly fin ished edze on aova sioes. These Collars are not simply flat pieces of paper cut in the form of a collar, but are mntdii and iaftt t Kt the neck They are made in ' Noveltv" for turn-down style) In every half site from 12 to IT mehe, and in " Eu reka," 'or tlarette.) from 13 to 17 inches i and pack ed In " mild site." ln neat bine cartons, containing it.) each , also in smaller one. of 10 each, the lat ter a very handy package tor Travellers, Army and Navy Onssers. Evert Collar is stamped 44 Gray's Patent Molded Collar." Sold bv all dealers ln Men's Furnishing Good. The trade supplied bv HATCn. JOHNSON! CO., Importer and Wholesale Dealers In Men's Furnish toe Goods and L'tabrelUs. 1 Devonshire street, Uo'tcn. March 21. deod3ra I'ARI.OR .MATCHES. COrERIOB to any other. U tot sale oy LOCIS FOLLETT J: CO. March IS. TAIII.E DELICACIES. IjE-VCnES, assortd Jellies and Jams, Tamarinds. Sardine.. Lobsters. Clams. Fresh Tomatoes, Pine Apple, Quinces, Cherries, Mushroom Ketchup, Tomato Ketchup, Chow Chew, Piccalilli, London Club Saaee, Walnut Ketchup, French Mustard, Came Powder, Capers, Gnava Jelly, Green Corn, Mixed Pickles, Onion;, Rod Cabbage. For sale low by L0C1S FOLLETT CO. Marsh la. G I R A C E . BRILLUNT preparation a la mode da Pari", For sale by , , A lAifcio rui.i.rji i a v.u. March IS. KEROSENE OIL. rVHE Snest In market. For sale by 1 LOUIS FOLLETT C0. March IS). 5IORE XEW HOOKS. "ri'UE Wtfe Secret." . , L - Freedom of the Will.- by WheednB. Civil Ulierty and Self GcveruseBt,'' hy Francis USjlainatone'B Ilousekeeper." by HJlaMetejard. JlardTls!' ' HUNTLNGTONy. whTte wixe vixeqar. 1J0R sale by A LOCIS FOLLETT 4 CO. March 16 WHITE CASTILE SOAP, A SUPERIOR article far sale by March 16. I'IXE Al'PLE CHEESE. T?0P. sale by JJ LOUIS FOLLETT 4 00. March 16. O X A X D A FTER TO-B T. 11 O'CLOCK Lunch at LOCIS FOLLETT 4 CO. March 16. SUGARS AXD 5IOLASSES. 4 VERY fine stock of all qualities. tOEetberwlth XX. Syrups, Troi en. For sale by rupe, from the common to the famous Gold- LOUIS FOLLETT 4 CO. March 16. rLO Government Java anu jiocna vo-e-. A J splendid arts splendid ankle and warranted pyre. Wialebv LOUIsy0LLETT4CO. for sale Dy March 16. SOAP AXD CAXDLES. nri"T- F0LOUISbkLLETT 4 CO-S. JIarch 16. BUCKWHEAT. -IXFE are itlll suppUed with a very superfine arU. do of Buckwheat, endeffsr it asusualat i low figure. LOUIS FOLLETT 4 CO. March 16. JCST RECEIVED, -a TEW Orleans 6urar. a very beautiful sample, IN and for sal. low by r0LLErr 4 c0. March 16. CODFISH, TvIRECT from Georges Basks, and the genuine XJ Flan, t or sale oy LOUIS FOLLETT 4 CO. March 16. FA5IILT GROCERIES. rro .tnek efeholee Famllr Groceries Is rerr full IJ and complete, and the publlo arv invited to call and examine Goods and Prices. We will try to rive satisfaction to all who give us an opportunity . mi e . . 111 k. . --.nnllw itallea.aH to aVfrTe inem. uriers wm i-o juvuiuj vav .i..v - in any part of the rillag FotlCTT t CQ March 16. riURAXACCM, at A FOLLETT"!. March 16. j t CHOCOLATE, Cocoa, Arrow Root, Soda, Mas- i I i ,..a. u.ee. Citron. Table Salt- Gelatine. Oil. , , J-".'., 6rango Peel, Rice. Tapioca, 0,0, utmegs. Cloves. EnslUl Currants, Verml- celll. Barley, Grouts, oaleratus. Mustard, rJplces, Pepper. Jiaisins, umger, c c Tor nlo by LOUIS FOLLETT 4 CO. March 13. T E A . A SPLENDID assortment. Including the famous 1 -V Jlonareh, for sile by LOCIS FOLLETT 4 CO. March 16. XEW BOOK". 'tTOME Life," by Ware. XI " Tbe Cro-s or Honor." Thackeray the 11 amorist and the Man of Let- January and June," by B. F. Taylor. New Books received every week at- HCXTTNGTON'S. March 15. OPLIT Peas. Pearl Barley, no-alny, Samp. Ssgov aa Graham riour, He rioarf uiaeaeu eraeat. uat I'm. Xlel. ae . M. March 19. LOCQ FOLLETT 4 CO. rue f knuitT na hi tuf. or iwc imici wcu uu t "cut tt j.yd ru. DO TOU GOOD." DR. L.ANCtXr1 Root and Herb Bitters. The Gkeat Blood Petunia, tbc but Huith Restoxe. axd nit most rntixcT Enua isi) Scxuza Mmicut rvra DiscovracD. 5opalBSoreipnsar spared in tha pr'para. tlon of thla inadiclne. .... Tha most perfect adaptation of remedy to d.'ae la the selection of tha RooU, Herbs and Bails tf tha regetaMe lnglora, is Drougm inw requmuou. SCROVVLA. HUMORS OF TUE HEADACHE. IXDlOESriOy. yOVL STOMACH, HEARTBURX, DIZZI.fEK. rUATULEXCT, BILIOUS DISEASES, ffEAKX ESS, FILES, PAiy f.V THE SIDE OR BOfrZLS. GE.fERAL DEBILITY, LAZINESS. They cleanse the System, regulate the Bowels, restore the Appetite, purity tho Blood, and give soundness of mind, and strength of body to all who use them. This haa become a standard Mtdtnne. ' has been before the publlo for fifteen years, and standi unrivalled for its great success. Look at some of the Ingredients of which it la composed. i Sartapanlla, Wild Cherry, Titl Deri, Prvklej Ark, Tkvroujhieort. Mandrake, Rhubarb, Dandelion, etc. Prices : 25, 50, and TS eta. per bottle. Sold by all ; Dealers In Medicine. Orders addressed to GEO. 0. GOODWIN 4 CO., I 33 Hanover St., Bostoa Mar. 7 daw3m is WANTED. Bushels Spring Wheat for teed. at PEIRCITS. 100 March 16th. PORK, Salmon, Salmon Trout, Mackerel, Her ring, Tripe. Dried Beef, Hams, Lard, smoi-i Salmon and Iialltiut. For sale by LOUIS FOLLETT 4 CO. March IS. DESIRABLE PLACE FOR S ILK. T?ORSale,thehomesteadoftholateJudgeFoote. I X situated at the head of rearl street, in me vu- i.M.rRn,iinriAn. Vt. enntAlnlnir besides dwell ing hwK and out buildings about 20 acres or ge.l land. In a village famous for its scenery, uneqal led elsewhere even In New England, awl where al most every location Is desirable for its fine view, this Is one of the best. Also for sale, a very fine building lot of about one Gough Street. Also, a gwl covered family carnage, for"one or two bors, nearly new. Wnr forther narucoiars inouire ui UMAtoll, Main St., near the College, Burlington. Of Cuaaucs Foora, Boston) or of Gr.0. roots, Detroit. Jlareh 12. dawtf II. 1 51 AXD KUUS. SUGAR cured Hams and Freeh laid Errs, at C. L. HAHT March Hth. No. 4 Bank Meet. ORA.XCES AXD1LE5IONS. yERV FINE and all In good order at No. I Bask Black. March Hth. NEW 5IAPLE SCfiAR. V few hundred pound" of very nice new Maple Sucar- at w C. L. HART'S No. 4 Baak Block. March It. IlEAItlTARTER!. I.OIIS FOLIiETT aV; CO., FAMILY GROCERS. and dealers ln FL0CR. Scuth tide of the Square, - - Burlington, Vt. "llTEw uld respectfully invite the attention toe Country Trade to our new and complete stock of standard Groceries, comprising every thm; f the line fmn tbe ordlnarr and low onced article to the choicest and most expensive that the mark . er the ennntrv afford. Desinlnz to make his establishment a noted Distributing Depot for the I the necessaries anu luauriea oj ui,,.o!iiiwpm' ttantly stocked up to meet every demand ln the line, all which will be opened at the lowest possible prices, and under no circumstances will be under- I sold. We shall be supplied at all times with the choicest brands of Pastry FVur, Including the fam ous S t Louis, as well as wua ine popular oraoo. oi - EnHnr, Winter Wheat, and oerfeet satisfaction tO ail wnO laVOr US WIUI OFUCia im i, ,uiiui.. i For Country Produce the highest market rates are eSr-reH Dec. 3 i-ki DAIRV KATv.M FOR SALE. 'IVIIE place known as the Bowman Farm, situated i .n. J?i5S?. W? . "r,'j;7r.:' ,1;., Kijuuw, uta.i.u, .. . : . 1 sale about 23 cows, a pair or horses, all uo Hrming tAAl. il.lrvn KWHtinj ... ...... , . It is one ol me oesl stoca im oairj isrisis u, hi. County and will be sold low. the owner beine una ble to carrr it on, in consequence of poor health and advanced age. Possession given the 1st of March. For further particulars enquire of tbe tab scrtber on the premises. tP,v. Westfbrd. Feb. 1S6I. wlw 5IASOX A. HA51LIX'S L1BI.Yr.T OK Cl.YS. Patented Oetoter 21, 162. TnE Cabinet Organ; are pronounced oy Artiir "the best of their kind in the world f and "very admirable ror ootn pnvaie ana puouo u-e. . See written testimony rrom more tirvn o.vk n. nnenef tbe mnt emloent orVanlStS Of the leadittC . 4,iM l lliMn Hamlin's instruments have reeeiv- I ed the only Golo MroiL everawarded ln thlseetin-try-also, ILivEv Silveb Medsls. and (burteea Ihjtloaias. ln all twenty-six First Premiums. over all oompetltors Prices of Cabinet Orsans. Imanuraetare.1 solely by Mason 4 Hamlin.! 170 to law. MeloeVone, f" to $1711. N. B.In;troetors for the Cabinet Orgao,-lae) arrangements of music for the same, are pueaisbel . .v.-.n -. niusiraieti ' .lei'a- . ' Addre.s " Mason 4 Ilaavlin. Bo. ton, or Mates Brothers, New York." Oct. eth. PROTECTIVE AVar Claim Asocial inn FOR .VE II E.VnL.1.'n. ISCORPORiTtO 1963. 1MIIS Aswdatinn continues to adjwt and ceUeet War Claims of all on the lowest tesaas. Advice given zratts. .... AnrleatMn in Mrsm or by letter shouts be made to tneir rtecretary. TJ. TRACY no WE. No. 1 1 Railroad Eieaaaaw. Court Square, Mass.. wlyr Bestonrt. 10. 13 NOTICE. 'I'HIS is to certiiy I have siven my sen George N. X Dike, the remainder 0inisumourM5iMs - i nerity and shall claim none of bis earnings ner pay any debtsof his contracting aRer this date Huntlniton. March 10th Iti ' W3-W 3 WANTED TO PL'RCIIASI 4 STALLION not le-s than 16 hands high, nor A m,,re than s vears old.sultable foracavalry ots- cer. Address witn price, ana inn pamcuiir. Lapt if. t -. No. 21 School St Boston, Mass w3w3 wwvrrn m.ee T-e.Tr.' evDerlenee tn ine manui3o- tun of Paints, and being in constant contact i . i. ,v- m,,nm.n throuzhout the country, we know the wants of the community, and to 'ap ply that want have improve! our ions uiui-. brand of HANKER 4; CARPENTER'S PRE5IIC.M so that It is now the best and most economical arti cle in the market. Being white and fine, combined with durability and body.lt makes an elegant finish and caa but give satisfaction to all. This, and all cheaper grades of our manufacture, are put up in "BaviEB's PAtEvThEt." without "tR aAuntlon of Dealers Is partleularl vrequMt-d to our facilities for manufactnrlnr W ll 1TE Lb AD, ZLNC PAINTS, COLORS and VARMSHES, and for answering orders with promptness. BAKKER 4 CARPENTER, DOBIOt. Factory 73, 73, 77, 4 79 Clinton St. 109 State St. Store 107 and w37m3 APPLE TREES. T OFFER for tale the coming Spring. APPLE TREES j of my own raising, of suitable age and site ferst- I ting, and comprising most of the VARIETIES APPROVED ln this vietnitv My trees have been grown upon anar.SLAraLoaitandcassorraiLto give satis- faction. , 1 Ushall be pleased to show them to. or correspond with any one interested In fruit culture. t W Address, R0BT J. WrHTE. Shelburne Point, Vt. Jan. 30. w3m 1 XOTICE. ritlUS is to certify that I havo sold my minor en I Simon D. Bullock his time durini the recialri der of his minority and I shall net claim any ef his earainis nor pay any debts of his esntracti-g after dlt L0VELL BULLOCK. Jericho, January Uth, IMI. wrw3 l I'llF.KM'. If KlVli 15G Church Street. CAXDLE 1VICKIXR. ) NICE article, just received by A ErrvTAIvD BARLOW. wtf I Jl9.2Stb, ll. GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALTE. ft SURE RELIEF FOR THE SUFFERER. This Salve la a TrS'tabla preparatisn, favenS rd ln Lbs 17th century, by Da. Wu. Gsace. surgeon In King James's army. Through l agency he cured thousands of matt serious sorea and wounds that baffled tho skill cf the most eminent physicians of his day, and was regarded by all who knew btoi oj a public benefactor. Crate's Celebrated Ealva cores Bsnu. Grace's Celebrated Ealra circs Ssa!&. Grace's Celebrated Silrs cnrtjJTcJi Tiarals. Grace's Celebrate! Salvo cures Oras. 0 race's Celebrated Salvo cures Felrjgs. Grace's Celebrated Balva cores Frasst Litobi. Grace' I Celebrated Silvo cnrci'V7e3s. Graca'i Celebrated Salvo cures Calloaicj. Grace' Celebrate! SsIts cures Salt Hhzi 0 race's Celebrated Salvo cores CkilUalss. Grace's Celebrated Salvo cares Sore Bnut, Grace'! Celebrated Salvo cures Sore lips. Grace'! Celebrated Salvo cures Erysipelas Sores. Grace's Celebrated Salvo care3 Abscesses Grace's Celebrated Salvo cures Ulcers. Grace's Celebrate! Salvo cores Chapped Hcxlx. Grace's Celebrated Salvo cores Biagvrtrrma. And from Sores and Wounds of the most seni"s nature down to a common Pimple. It erju. rate I'.mples from the face, and beautifies .. skin. There is no preparation before tbe y that can equal this Salve in prompt and ei - getic action for the speedy cure of external d -rase, at those who have tried its virtue tcstov . Solders. Sailors, and Pisberaen, will find ,u.. Salte their best frieniL I' ha none of the irritating, beatina; prop-T rie of other rrmedie but cools, cleanses. I h--aN th moit snsotta Sores awl M oan !-. F.vety family, and eaoecially tho eontaH -children, should keep a but on hand m caa oi accadent. for it will save IhVm n.uch troubl . sulfering, and money. All it wai.ts ia a tair trial to cure old and invet erate Sort-. JiAXTF U TT bed r.r witjt.io-:m: gsace. Am es'-nry, Jt ata Pryoe 25 een. and 1 per Bo. ftreitt .arlnw ia wjade bv takins tho larter site. Baeil box kaethe above out anu live fae-aall'of i the peeprielor's ahraaturo attnnhed ts It, whleh.is daly eepy-rigbted. EORiEC.eoODWIN'Ct)., 3S Hanover Street, Boston. General Afeats for New Bagtan i. II Rara"s Sa Lva can be obtained at all the respect I able DntzcJata and Coantry stores ever where April 1h. i3. wlyla W. APPLETOX". OST reapeetfeilr Informt the mhasiUntaof Pur- lington and VKrmty tint ne cas esiaousnco a. rVcw live House, at Wiawoeki Falls, and Ladies who hire anything ; thev wish lived or Ci- in -ed and made to lock as . Good as New. will d well to call, bslk. Cotton, "r I Woolen Dresses, or Shawls. Colored. Cleansed and i Preeeed to look like New, Gent's Coats, Vests and rants. Dyed or Cleansed, and pressed in the best Csesih'e manner, I'arpets and Ru?s c!aned idW Straw, Wdlow or Chip Hats dyed say -ile ' or color. Woolen or lott.nraraoanbedjedran'l.jm 1 or self colors jyAieney for Bnrlington at the "BEE-WC Dr GOODS STORE." where Goods lor the tvo House can t left, and will be punctually attended to. JanleM wit TTf Hi! 1.VI1aLIDS Iron in the Blood ! It is well known to tie j edloal FreAstion that THE VITAL PBIKCIPLE oa V V ViJ' This derived ehta from the .food w. ea , out r rrrlT aizestea. or u. irom any " 'r'"'" '.V. Vceeaarr anaatltr of.rls Mml lHnl. Of OS not taken into circulation, or beeopes reduced the whole , -tern awtJer. The had blood will lu r tate the heart, will ei.s op the lanjs. will ttuperr the bralnTwill obatru-t the II w. and will senS lt dis ease prodeeinic eleeaenu to all paru ef the sytem. areleVeVyoni will soOtr m whateevr organ may be predisposed todlacase. To take raeoiouie to care diseases occasioned by a deCeieMy of IROX IX THE BLOOD, I without restoring It to the system, Is Hie trying t ; repair a bniMing when the fsundation is gene. , It is only since the discovery ef that valuable I combination known . PERUriJ.r STROP, thst the great power of this ritafuibe- -avar err a.s eaie has been brought to light The Tcruviaii Syrup. The S'ci'Hviaia Syrup. . a rroteeted SnletioB of PROTOXIDE OF IROT. a .Te nacarory in Sfesieair that itrtkts at tht Root of .et, by snpplring the Blood with Its Vital Prvn rifle or Ufa Element, I BOX. This lathe secret of the wovderfttl neee's jt'h reeaedy In curing VTPErU, LIVER :OM rAJI.VT. CHRfiyir VURRHFA. BOILS. xr.RVO' s J'S tryjovs. CHILLS. svrrsrri lri. hi voRs.r.ozsoF covsrT'T;o.it ri,on. DISEASES Ot riiVMi JD KIAVUIR. Ft ma.r l omfuiML., and all diMtae-4 uriiralias;hi a HAD STATE OF THE ULOOD. er accompanied bv De'i.ntv or a Low State of the System. Beiag tree from AJtoholic ia aaj form, lUorganit ia: eOeeta are not followed by eMtespanding reac tion, bat ere permaue'it, larfaate; aktength, vior and new life into all parts of Aesjetun, and buiid S ap an Iron Cunstiintaaa ' It la an excellent uhotrlalo Bwr Vflae or Rrar : - j where a stiaanlent la Deeded. 1 The Ibllowmz nanaas are taken from oarpamphle ef teettFaoniaU, whleh will be seat free ta any ad- drees. Lewis Joheeen.M. D.. Reewell Kinney, I. D . S. II. Kendall, M. 0 . W, R. Chfeaeta, 31. D . Jese Ant. Saaehes.M.P.. Jfareelino Aranda, M D. A. A. Haves, M. D. "T ""P'. I Rev. Warree) Bur ten, Ror Arthur B. Fnllei, Rev. Gordon Robins, Rev. Sylvaaus Cobb, Rev. T. btarr Klag, Rev. Eph'saNute.Jr.. -There ean be but one jtronEer procftl-.an taa vstimony of snob raen as these, and that Is a per onal trial. It has eared thousands where other re medies have failed to grve relief, and lnvallla ean not reasonably hesitate to give it a trial. For Dyspepsia and all chronic diseases, oharacter" Ited by DebtUty. it Is a Specific. Prepared as hereUeere by X. CLARK if'1 For sale by SETH W. F0WLE 4 C., 13 Tremect st . Biitn J. P. DLNSM0RE, 451 Broadway, New York an4by all druggists, an. I w5la XEW CROCKERY STOBS. THE labscxlbais have opened this day their new and handsome ttcra, .VO. 3 Union Block, with an entirely new and choice itock o' Crockery, ;ias Ware. China Ware, bilver riatcd Tvare, Table Cutlery, Kerosene Lamps, Tin Ware, &c., Ac, Our atoek ln all departments Is of the latsst and VorkaWtoKa lower than havo been ored for some years iiero- 'tr.w'pr.p.rM'loc&r toth.tradjjil' -odsta our line at prices as low as tho same goods caa bo obtained from New York and Boston. We!Sll pay special attention to the a.i.cle of Kci'ocnc laniup Chimney",. vbioh we ofnw a: wholesale or retaUatasmai. ad We'iUw rapcctfuUy Invito tho publio to ua and examine our B50 "Si'SS'. HHEUIS DD, WALKEES 4 WIRES March 17. dtf HOUSE FOIL ..(. LK. ' ritHBTwa-SteryBriekllsaio situated ou WilUM I J and South af Main Street, occupied bv I a ' Camp and ewatarly by A. S. Dewey, la for salf The lleose Is ha good repair nod supplied with eai. cement eastern and a rood well of water. The Let contevneabeut one quarter acre 1 of lanu upon I which are several trait trees, grapo vines, 4c, r or ' - anl, II. Jl. R CATLIN, College St I Maiwh4. dtf 3IAPLE SUGAR. CHOICE lotraeeived thulJant1jj;') , March il. fsfMS&Vi