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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS PKIDAY MORNING. MARCH 25 1864.
Thirtr-Eighth CoDfrcFirBt Session. Washisoios, March 16. Scum A lartnnmberof petitions in favor of increased mail and railroad facilities between KewTorfc ud Philadelphia were referred. After debate the Consular and Diplomatic ap propriation bill ni passed. HbrsE. The House concnrred in the Senate's amendments to the Post Office Appropriation bill. These amendments appropriate 8640,000 for the payment of letter carriers, and 31,600,000 to meet any deficiency which may exist in the Post Office revenue. The Ilonse then resumed the consideration of the Gold Bill, which was passed as amended 83 to 68. The bill to drop unemployed general officers was discussed. Thursday March 17. SrsiTt The bill for the summary puclsiment of minor offenses against the laws of the United States was parsed. The bill incorporating the Metropolitan Rail road Company of the District of Columbia, with an amendment preventing the exclusion of any one from the privileges of the cars on account of color, was passed. The bill defining the pay and emoluments of chaplains, after being amended so as to allow them pay when absent on leave or from disabili ty or in prison was passed. Adjourned. Hocse. The House postponed for three weeks the joint resolution dropping unemployed gen eral army officers. Senate bill enabling Xevada to form a consti tution and State government, and admitting her into the Union, was passed without debate. The Senate's Colorado enabling bill came up. A proposal to strike oat the clause prohibiting slavery got only 17 votes and the bill was then passed. The House passed the bill enabling Nebraska to form a constitution preliminary to admission into the Union. The House passed the bill providing a tempo rary government for Montana. The bill divides Idaho by the Rocky and Bitter Root Mountains. The enabling bills passed by the House for Nevada, Colorado and Nebraska, require that each election of delegates to the convention which an submit a constitution agreed upon for rati fication, shall be held on the second Tuesday in October. The constitution shall be Republican, and not repugnant to the Constitution of the United States and the principles of the Declara tion of Independence. Slavery shall be prohib ited therein by an ordinance forever irrevocable without the consent of Congress. When the Constitution is ratified by the people, the Presi dent is to Jeclare, by proclamation, the admis sion of these States on ojual footing with origi nal States.each to be entitled to one member of the House until the next apportionment, and two Senators. Gen. Grant formally assumed command of the Annies ot the United States on Thursday the 17th inst. The following is his order on the subject : HCIDQCASTEBS CT THE UmTED STATES, ) Nashville, Tennessee, March 17. 1S6I. S General Orders No. 12. In pursuance of the louowing order oi uie President: Execttiye Mansion, Washington, D. C. 'i .March 10. 1804 Under the authority of the Act of Congress to appoint the grade of Lieut. Oeneral in the Army, ofr'ebruary29,1864, Lieut. General U.S. Grant. U. S. A., is appointed to command the armies cf the United States. (Signed) A. Lincoln. I assume command of the armies of the United States. Headquarters will be in the field, and until further orders will be with the Army of the Potomac. There will be an office headquarters in " asmngton, l. L., to which all olhcial com munications will be sent, except those from the army where the headquarters arc at the date of this address. (Signed) U.S. Gram. Lieutenant General Tue Old Brigade. Lvreums bave recent ly been organized in the 3d, Ith and tith Regiments, and thosj w disced manage to enjoy them hugely; the exercised compare favorably with similar intellectual efforts in our school or academies, and are jur ticipatod in bv lth officer and enlifted men The brigade has lieen honored by a vi?it from our friends Hon. (!. F. Edmund-. Hon. F. E. Woodbridge. M. C, and Mr. Canfield of our town. A Brigade review took place befori them, yesterday, at which Gens. Sedgwick Joil, Tarliert, sc., were present : but a drenching rain came on in the midst of the review, and we nil returned to camp, wet mua Besmeared ana disgusted. Lieut. Gen. Grant came down to Gen Meade's Headquarter yesterday, but the rain nas prevented a review or an upportuity to sec mm as vtt. The attempt to break Gen. Meide by cnl line him to account lefore the political Gen erals in Washington meets with no sympathy in the arm-. Me has the confidence of bis army, and unlike inoft of his rircdf ors. ma euiuiera tui: always rcauy 10 give a rea' son" for the faith which is in them. Our division commander, Brig. On. A. P Howe, has been ordered to relieve Brig. Gen Barry, as Chief of Artillery about Washing ton. The good wishes of the division follow Gen. Howe in his new fitld of duty. If not a brilliant man, lie was a cool. temrrate. brave and reliable commander. Gen. Ncill commands the Division temporarily, but if .!, :j j tuv aiuij is injiQ4iiiwi, ae ii is saiu n pyuu will be, into three corps, tome other Genera wm prooaDiy DC assigned the command. VERMONT. Burlington Times. Rebel Pirate ship rx France. The Paris correspondent of the N. Y. Times announces the important uct that .Minister Dayton has served a written notification upon the French Emperor, that if the rebel cruiser Rappahan nock, now at Calais, is allowed to proceed to sea, the French Government will be held res ponsible for all the damage she may do to American commerce. It is also announced that the French Gov ernment has issued more stringent regula tions concerning the cruisers of the Iielligcr ents. Among other things specified in these regnlations are two, to the cflect tliat no vessel ot either ot the belligerents cm remain in port more than 24 hours, unless by stress of weather or for necessary repairs, and that no vessel can return to a French port after leaving it in a Ions time than 3 month". Messrs. Annon & Vorui, the builders of the sixlonrederaU vessels at liordeau and Xantes. iave clren their word to the French Government that these vessels shall not pass into tne nanus ol the Unlcdcrates. line or more of the vessels are ready to launch. The Agent of the American Bible Society at Constantinople has received subscriptions towards supplying the " contrabands " in America with Bibles. JIany of the Protest ant Armenians have given freely for this object, and tome even who belong to tlio old church have voluntarily put down their names and sent in their gold, remarking that since American Christians has heljied to send them the Bible, it was but just that they should, in return, do something for the poor blacks. A number of the English in Con stantinople have also subscribed handsome-Ij- New Pnblicntions. Messrs. Taggard & Thompson of Boston have issued Volume IX. of their beautiful edition of The uoris of Francis Bacon. It contains Books IV. IX. "Of the Dignity and Advancement of Learning," and "Nat ural and Experimental History," with an explanatory Preface concerning the transla tions, by Mr. Spedding, senior editor of the edition. The last volutuo of this fine reprint will appear in a few days and the Publishers an nounce that the price of the work will be ad vanced from the first of April next, but that to that date subscriptions will be-received at the old price. This is an opportunity that should not be neglected by any one who would possess the most perfect edition of Ba con's complete works that ever lias been published. The X. Y. Herald has changed it pro gramme.and now goes for Grant on Mondays instead of Tuesdays reserving the latter for its McClellan day. Thursday is still its Fremont day. "How does Mr. Lincoln stand in Iowa?" was the query of a sturdy old farmer from that state. "Stand," was the reply, with glistening eyes and raising his brawny fist ; "Old Abe stands seventeen feet higher in Iowa than any other man in the United State." Tni Rrarx Aiurr. A Nashville corres pondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer fur nishes that paper with statistics, proving mat toe reoeis nave as large a lorce in mo field, armed and equipped, as we have, not counting in the colored troops. The follow ing taole sums up the writer s conclusions ; Numlicr of troops in Lee's army, includ ing Lonpstreers and all otner lorces in East Tennessee, and Breckinridge's and all forces in Southwestern Vir ginia, Nniaber of troops in North Carolina -and Eastern Virginia, under Generals Pickett and Barclay, including those at Richmond and Petersburg, and 90,000 along the line of the Virginia and North Carolina Railroads, 22,000 Xumber of troops in Joe Johnston's command, including the army of the Tennessee and other portions of his command distributed in portions of Georgia, Alabama and .Mississippi, Number of troops in South Carolina. 02,000 Savannah and Florida, under Gener als Beauregard and McCown. 10,000 Number of troops in the trans-Missis-sippi army, under Gens. Kirby Smith, Holmes and Magruder, Number of troops at Mobile, under Gens. Maury and Claiborne, Number of troops under Forrest, Chal mers, Lee and Richardson, Number of troops detailed as special guards, quartermaster's clerks, hos pital assistants, &c, , Number of troops engaged on the banks 12,000 8,000 0,000 12,000 of the Mississippi, in the guerrilla uniform. 2,000 Total veteran troops in the rebel service 221,000 Number of conscripts lately added to the rebel armies. 120,000 Total number of troops in the rebel army, 331,000 Gen-. Wm. F. Siiitii. This officer, who is elieved to have to have received the powcr ul endorsement of Gen. Grant for the com mand, ultimately, ol the Army of the Poto mac, is not, as many have supposed, a West ern man. He is a native of Vermont, and a fraduate of West Point in the class of 1845. It has for some time been serving in the Army of the Cumberland, where his reputa tion as a keen and practical strategist has been of the highest order. It was lie who planned the movement, executed in part by Gen. Hooker, for the crossing of the Tennes see river near Bridgeport, and the dislodging of the enemy from the south banks, which gave us the possession of both railroad and Tiver routes to Chattanooga, and really ena bled our army to maintain itself there. It was substantially turning the key which un locked the whole position for us in that vi cinity. The rebels saw it in the same light wnen it was too late, ana their papers said that their officers were maneuvered out of their whole standing-ground so quickly and adroitly, that they knew nothing of it at the time. It is impossible for us to say how much truth there is in the current rumors respecting the retirement of Gen. Meade from the command of the Army of the Poto mac; but should they prove true, Gen. Smith, according to present appearance, would stand the best chance of becoming his suc cessor. Boston Journal. Presidential. The Washington Rcvubli can says, that since Secretary Chase has de clined to be publicly considered a candidate for the presidential nomination, Senator Pomrov has tent to the army to ascertain if a certain major general will not agree to stand upon his "strictly private" platform as a candidate. The Xewouryport Herald is reminded of" a-little story" by the predica ment oi tno lymieroy committeu : When the negro went to hear George Whitcfield preach, whose place was supplied by another clergyman and rolled on the ground and groan- ca as was tho lashion ol tne mteneld converts, after the whole was over, he heard some one remark that he was sorry not to hear Whitcfield, since he bad come JU miles lor that purpose. Thereupon the negro rolled his eves and showed liia ivory and asked : " You say dat not Masscr niuteheM: " 1 es," wai the response. "Den dis nigger roll in de dirt for noffin!" That is pretty much as the Chase men. who have sent out from Washington 300,000 circulars against "UMADe, hnd themselves. lhey have said agiinst the Lincoln Administration what no liemocrat would dare to say, to kill off Lincoln and make way for Chase. And now Chase de clines to be a candidate which is the best thing he could do, if such means were resorted to for his nomination and they find they have rolled in the dirt fur nothing. It may be worse than nothing; fur if Lincoln is nominated they will have to' support him; and then they will be lorceil to eat the very dirt they nave made. The President and Gex. Graxt. Gen. Grant, it is said, will soon return to Wash ington to take another look at the Army of tne i-otoutac, ana possioiy to leaa it in its lirst campaign. 11 be does it will be because the President intends to make his Lieutenant General resjionsible for his position. it is said tnat -Mr. Lincoln tikes a very snrewa view ot the whole euhject that he remarks that Gen. Grant has, by tho action of Congress and himself, attained the highest military position within the reach of any General and now he must take all its rtspon siklilits. In accordance with these views he will order Gen. Grant to take charge of the Armyof the Potomac, (so the story runs,) and at any rate will make him responsible lor it and its conduct, it is a shrewd plan, and to a great extent relieves tho President from responsibility for the conduct of tho war. He may be held responsible for the appointment ol lien, brant, ana that is all. 11 isA. Cor. Boston Traveller. We are assured by a gentleman in Dover, Mass., that on the morning of the recent ex plosion of tho powder mills in Bennington, Vt., his brother distinctly heard four or five loud explosions which he supposed at the time were from tho blowing up of the powder mills in Acton. The distance from Bennington to Dover is 115 miles by the air line. Boston Journal. Watching tor Prizes. It is stated that tho Confederates in Europe havo succeeded fn obtaining a list of all the American ves sels that have changed registers and now sail under the British flag. The object of this list is of coursoto post un tho commanders of their war vessels that they may not lose a prize lorougn tne dodge ot a charge in name ana nag. A Washington letter to tho X. Y. Com merctal says : Government is now paying $147 for all caval ry horses not less than five nor more than nine years of age, and from fourteen and a half to sixteen hands high, delivered at the Giesboro cavalry depot. The contractors are rather in dicnant about a teccnt regulation, which directs the inspectors to brand all horses with the letter R on the shoulder when they have diseases or defects which have been concealed or when they are too old, or never can be fit for.service in any capacity. Horses "rejected" for the cavalry are branded 11 on the buof, and may be taken for the artillery or for wagon trains. The French Consul at San Francisco ad vertise- hat he has the honor to inform the mercantile community that the Admiral of the 1 rench fleet has declared Acanulco and Manzanilla under blockade unlil further or der. Xeither passaengers or merchandise arc allowed to enter these ports. Another Snake Stort. Between tho point of Lookout Mountain and Bridgeport, down the Valley of the Tennessee, lie 25 miles of dead mules, in one continuous string the bead of the first carcase lying on the quarter-deck" of the one beyond him, and so on, throughout the entire distance. Just I imagine a convulsion of Nature of suffi- , cient magnitude to bury these remains as iney now lie, ana laney tne leelmgs ot a fu- ' ture Acassii, ho in hia ecological research- es, strikes either ot the termini, and attempts to exhume tho entire "snake." Won't miles before returning by steamer from Mad it knock the socks off the saurian." of I isonville. the diluvian period ? Twenty-five miles of vertebra with two pedal arrangements every three feet ' What a bully side-show for a future circus! It will probably be called "the old he Copperhead of the Rebel- , lion Penod. Admission 10 cents. PearcDcm- ocratshalf tirioe." Ckattanooaa Gazette. l he attention or ourmaers le caiica to the advertisement cfGraT's Patent Molded CoI t lar," in another column of this paper. This ... . .i collar, we are ansa ml, u rxHlj superior to any. thing else ever .lesiencHo sunerIe the linen collar, tuj is considerej l.y those who Lave wom them to be much more comfortable ami l--nlj rUlrTllUI I'J ll- easy to the neck than the linen collar. It U an , sale wherever irucle uea tined to nave a liberal Introduced. IVews of the War. A-disreitcb from Chattanooga, dated March 13th, says : I IiaTe pretty good reason to be lieve that Johnston s armv has made a con siderable advance from Dafton, but whether lit intention is belligerent or not, 1 cannot idl. There was a general review of the rebel nnnv at Dalton on Thursday bv Lieut. Gen. 1 Heath, He takes command of Hindman's corps. The Philadelphia Bhilctin has a special dispatch from Cincinnati, which says : In formation from Vicksburg reports that a por tion of the Maine brigade, under Capt. Cran dal, recently surprised a rebel camp east of Port Gibson, capturing 47 prisoners, and re leasing five Union soldiers taken at Big Black. An expedition from the gunboat Concsto ga, Feb. 13th, of which report has just been received, captured at Old River on tho Mis f ippi, 32 bales of cotton. 20 mules and several horses, and as prisoners Col. C. H. Tyler, Maj. J. F. O'Brien of the rebel provisional anvy. A quantity of sugar was destroyed. A letter from Admiral Porter encloses an account of operations at Waterproof, near Natchez, where was a contraband camp and depot for cattle. On the 14th of February a force of about 800 cavalry made an attack upon the post, driving in the pickets and pressing the troops very hard. Tne gunboat Forest Rose lying near opened fire and drove the rebels back to the woods. At S P.M. the rebels attacked again, and were again driven back. Next morning reinforcements ar rived from Xatchez, and the enemy, who had been reinforced in the night, and whose forces now consisted of two regiments of infantry and one of cavalry and four piecee'Of artil lery, again attacked the post. The fire of the gunboat again drove them off. The re bel lose as far as knovt n was seven killed, number wounded who were taken off, and several prisoners. Among them a lieutenant who was taken to llarri-on. Our loss was three killed and telvc wounded. At night still another attack was made by tho rebel", and again met by the gunboat, when they finally retreated. Aspecial dispatch from Charlestown, Va., dated the 16th int. reports that a rebel force 15,00 strong was within 15 miles of Guyan dottc, threatening Barbourvillc. A strong force has been sent out to intercept them. Guerrillas attacked a freight train from Nashville near flctt Springs on the 16th. By displacing a rail, the train wa" thrown off the track. The train was burned. Capt. Beardsleeof the 223d Xew lnrkand 7 men arrived at Decherd, Tcnn., on a hand car, having been jarolcd after being stripjiod of their clqthing, money, tc. Tho rebels killed 3 of the negrow on the train. 2 of the guerrillas were killed. There were no other losses. Rebels are moving their artillery from Dal ton to Ringgold. Advices from General Butler indioatc-4 lie will be able to continue the exchange of pris oners. Some prisoners escajml fruui Richmond came in to our lines Wednesday. One ot them was a scout of Gen. Butler's who so adruitly managed to deceived the enemy,- to obtain an opportunity to leave the rebel dominions. Taylor's Ridge Gap ws picketwl by rebel caalry on the 15th inst. We drove the rebels off one day, but they returned the next The rebel" have a large force of infknlry, cavalry and artillery. As a couple of members of the Mich, cav alry were riding near Annandalc Wednwday, not far from Alexandria, they were eapptur ed by a party of 4 guerrillas.' Subsequently while 5 of the guerrillas were some distance off, counting the green backs taken from the cavalry men, ono of them suddenly drew a revolver and shot the two who were guarding them and made their escape. The cavalry men returned to Alexandria in the afternoon minus their money. Stuart apparently has not yet started on his raid, but is massing hii cavalry at Char lottesville, "where he has three brigades, and Fredericksburg, where he has two. The report that the enemy had tfloeted a crossing at Racoon ford is not correct. A detachment of the enemy crossed the Rappahannock at Fredericksburg Wednesday nigut, and on the following day Col. Bryan of the 18th Pa. Cavalry captured 20 ol them. Friday morning a detachment crowed at Morton s ford and drove in the 7th .Michigan pickets, but nerc subsequently repul-ed and forced to recross the river. There are other indications of rebel demon strations. The latest information from Kanawha Val ley does not confirm the rumor that the ene my's force is marching on Barbwrsville. There is no positive indication that the ene my contemplates an extensive raid in the Kanawha region. Still, tho truth is, the enemy arc preparing in the neighborhood of Xew River for as yet an unknown moement. Gtn. Grant is coming to Washington again, being at Louisville on his way, on Saturday Gen Sherman has gone to Cincinnati. Advices from X'cw Orleans to tho 14th say that there is considerable stir and activity in military matters in that department at pres ent. Gen. Banks is on the eve of departure for Western Louisiana, probably Alexandria. A fleet of Admiral Porter's gunboats has al ready started for that place. It is expected that rather formidable works of defense will be encountered by the iron-chds, one of which is the newly launched Ozard, Ijetween the mouth of Red "River and Alexandria. A small town on Lake Pontchartraio, opposite Xew Orleans, has been evacuated. It was occupied by our forces under (Jen. Grovcr on the 13th of January, and exten sive fortifications thrown up on the land sido.. inesc works were lelt intact. Init add noth ing to the strength of the 4aco as it is easily approached by water. The object sought by occupying the place was to open communication with Baton Rouge Gtn. Grover's wholo force has been ordered to con centrate at tho latter place. It is believed that some sort of an under- standing has been entered into between Gen. Banks and Gen. Steele, by which western Louisiana and southern Arkansas urc to be cleared of rebel trooj. An order has just been issued by General Banks to hold an election for deleiratiii to a Constitutional Convention on the 28th. The Convention meets in Xew Orleans on the Cth of April. There are to be 150 delegates chosen on a white basis a6 per census of 1660. Xew Orleans will have 63 members. On the 13th, Col. Tevis with the 3d Mary land cavalry arrived from Madisonville. They had scouted from Madisonville nearly un me country uciwecn tne langipano and Pearl Rivers. The 9th and 10th battalions of Louisiana cavalry were driven from the Chapiapela river. A number of them were captured, ns also some of the bloodhounds mm wuicn iney naa ueen nunimg- con scripts. Thirty negroes captured by the rebels from a plantation near Fort Pike were retaken. On the 0th there was not an armed rebel within sixty miles of Madison ville, except possibly a few stragglers. A number of rebel soldiers paroled "at Vicks burg and Port Hudson, who were endeavor ing to avoid tho conscription, were brought in. Large quantities ol cotton were discov ered in the country through which our force travelled.but could not be removed for lack of transportation. The sentiment of the peo- Ple was unmistakably Union. A portion of tne 3d Maryland consists of four hundred formerly rebel soldiers from Fort Delaware, WQo toon mo oam oi allegiance and enlisted, There have been no desertions from it in face ' tnt enemy, ice cavalry marched 140 By an onK-r from the War Peiiartiuent the Dame of the "Invalid Coq" is changed to tnat ot the teteran Kctvo Uorp. ihc orders hitherto lued in regard to the com are to remain in force, A livery htable lxct'pcr.named Spurr .would i.rt "... z,..t ... ii . V . r ;iul?"u, inn IcMee not m ilrive faist. One dav a J Toung man caikii to ict a turnout Ut attend ,? """" '1-,a""?' K ? I,n,: ""' ' nUe!, Mon t dme fnst. 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Mareb IX tt. HAT. C UN Fflt AMI fl EXT. FTTR XIMIlNf: OOOI). XO. 1 UNION KLOCK. Church (street, B arliVt A. K.MIATTIM'K A- IIHOTIIKH 'PAKE pleasure n calling Use attention of Ikr X rmMIe generally to their targe, varied and well selected stock of Hats, Cap, Fur, f.'Iovo, .Mitten, Trunks, Vnlies, Snlchrls, And a General Assortment of GcnVs Furnishing Good ! All or which, for quality of material, durability, st le and price, wilf bear more than favorable com parison with thuee of any similar establishment la Vermont. We wuuld eall the especial attention or eaUe men to our stock of SI'llING STVI.E OF HATS A. CAPS Juit received from the fountain head of Fashion and Elecanee and Uil day opened tor inspection and approval by the public In our CUSTOM DEPARTMEXT We are at all times prepared to make to order and at short notice, any article within our line of trade. Thankful for the rery liberal patronage thushr received, we eonMentfy 1kj for a further comma, anoe of the same. A. R. SIIATTCCK k BRO., No. I .I'rdon Block, One door Sooth or tho Ceatral Hou. N. B A sood assorUueot of Military Regulation llatland Caps kepteonstsntlv on hand. Ke.Wst,fM. dawtr JANUARY iSO, I Hi; I. F.1.VS, riTHSKS.ind F.1.YCV noovs. "TTE have returned rrom New York, and are T I opcnlnc White, Senrlet, Pink, Illue nnd Drown Fnn, I.ndies' nnd dent's Parses, Jet, Enamelled, Steel and Gold I1ELT I'INS AND IllTCKLES, 6oaps. Perfumery, Scarf Pins, Bonnet Pins and a great variety of fancy articles, at J. E. BRINSMAID-S Old Stand, Church St. CLOAKS A.in CLOTHS. CLOAK 4 LARUE Stock and great variety of Ladies' J. Cloth, Beaver, Sealskin, Llonskin and Water proor cloths, and Cloaks, for sale cheap, at LYMAN'S. Nov. 5. !!. HOWE'S PLATFORM AXI) CODXTER SCALES In all thslr varieties. Warranted to ba as cor rect ami perfect a irArHnj Scale as any ln the mar ket. For sale low, by 0.8. BL0rxlETT4C0 . . College Street. Barllniton. Dc 1 1th. XCff SOXCS. "rion Bless my Boy To-nlcht," Lovesrove. St. VJ (A beautiful neir Song.) ' Kiss me Mother 'ere I die." Bueklev. an " My rrstty Little Gal." Levi. ' 23 " Laura Haunts my Fancy Still." Gllmore. 3) " He's Witching O'er My Mother." Majer. 25 (Answer to V ho will care fcr Mother now.) I "The Darkle'! Rally." rartrMje. 1 ' "Tlie Warls Nearly Over." Backley. a ' When this War Is Over, I'll Come Jack tt " Break It Gently to My Mother.' " L'ncla ham's Hotel " Wilder. loee." Slaver. -. Buekley. "ZnlaZon;." Webster. 25 " Sons ot a Tbonsarsl Vears." Work. n These are the ttry aeit new eoncs pablUhH. Sen hy Mall, post-pakt. on receipt of price. , H.L.ST0RV. Ilurllnston, Jan. 17. 11. SII.VKII 1'I.ATKII C.lTllS. "M0y opened over twenty different varieties. A 1 line opportunity to make a friend a raluaMe present .voir IS THE TIME, and the place is CI1IiA HALL. S. S. BROWN. V I. it s I x a i' t R. M. T1I0JII-S41N efirrt her entire sUick f To. I'aucy Good-, Hoop Skirts, - . . , n orJel" , Lf? y Cil BnJ 'Skmlae' BURLINGTON Commercial College, ANOTHER "LINK" IN BRYANT, STRATTO.V & CO'S GREAT CUAIX OF IXTERXATIOXAI. Commercial Colleges, Located In Eighteen Leading Commercial Cities In the United States and Canada, as follows : Burlington, Vt., Philadelphia, Albany, ' Rochester, Detroit. Sjt. Louis, New York, Portland, Ttoy, Toronto, Chicago. Hartford, Brooklyn, Providence, Buffalo, Cleveland. Milwaukee, Newark. With a dally attendance or several thousand yonngmen. Designed to Impart a Sound Business Education To Young Men and Ladies, uniting THEORY and PRACTICE In a mannernerer before contemplated. SCHOLARSHIPS Issued at Burllneten College rood for UXLIMITED period In tho EiairrEE.f Colleges comprising the Chain." For further Information please call at College Rooms, or send for circulars, specimens and letters. Address BRYANT, STRATTON CO., Burlington, VL Burlington. Jan. 21. ll. dlwsm MAKE NOTF. TIICSi: FACTS ! ! OF C. L. HART. No. 4 Bank Block, has as Sswc and nmplttt stock of i it o c j: in r. s as any other merchant la this county, will sell at as lew figures" thieh Daily Arrival Frcnh Oysters, at HARTS, Baak Block, Colls;- St .VOIT AXD FOREl'ER. SAVE TIME AMI MONEY, "I Y purchasing of the subscriber, who is now man Xj uiacturiDg and prepared to furnish U order llonc Finisliiiig .Tlatcrial OF ALL KINDS, Such as SASH, HOOKS, IIXIIYDS, Window nnd Door I'rnraes nnd Casings, B.1SEBO.mi)S, ARCHITRAVES, MOULDI.VGS and BRACKETS Of every description. Pluuing, Sawing, Turning nnd Scroll Sawing done to order PLANS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED. WARREN'S PATENT ROOFING COM POSITION ANT) FELTING Constantly on haad. Persons in want of any of the above artistes would do well to eall and examine work and prJees. Factory Corner of Charon and Main btreeta, Bur lington, Vermont. dawtm C. W. C. PATTER STAND II Y THE FLA G. And when yon with to buy kbicose.m: oil AT 70 Cents per Gallon, GO TO CHINA HALL, CENTRAL BLOCK, yen wUl nnd a tip top article, the best there is In town warranted. S.S.HRU1VN. Burlington. Dee. 34, I Ml. I' It I N'fi TRA I) E, AT TBE OIL BOILED BLACK SILKS, Itouhlc Fared Figured I'LAIiV FAIVCV SILKS, uoiisKKEKriNr: roods, Carpets and Oil Cloths. K LEU ANT UKUSSELS 0ARPET3. We call special attention to seme caeice patterns Ufct receivml. ' ' 'KEE Iff 1V7 Corner of College and Church Sfs. March 16. Recelred at HUNTIN8T0N'S. March 17. AI.IMCC.1S AMMCC.l.S : BLACK AND COLORED L .1" C C .1 S ALL QUALITIES AMI PRICES. Alio, a full assortment af CORSETS AyD KiITTI. COTTOIV, J nt Ojtenei) hy EDWARD BARLOW. IK Cacuca Strict. dlwtf March loth. FOR S.ll.K. A MIA LL farm in Cliarlnlte, eonni.tlns of alnt Ity acre, of land, two-.tory brick lioui. and all other convenient out bullrtlni4 necer-arv to make it a very deidrablr pUce for an one wl,liln a mll country reat. Iti. vlttiated nn the main road ta Charlotte, about one wile north or K. A et ander'i ifire. tur any rui tlirr Inronnat.on apply to or addrea MRS. M. E. Rofcrtr. U. L. SPEAR, Charlotte, Vt. dawew Starch III. PICTURE FRAMES A N E IV L O T! ' More than 40 Different Kinds 1 1 I The best assortment ever brought Into Town FOR SALE AT GREATLY REDUCED TRICKS, STYLES' N K W Vermont allcry ot Art, 1 .10 CHIIKCH St., FIRST FLOOR. CALL .1 A') SEB Allium I ho top rap li OfBurBngwa. atKeenleesek. .llbnm Photographs OF F,il.lIO.YT SCnFIlY AT- $-.',oo rnit dozen. Also a large assortmeat of Photograph .llbtims, att same law arises. Twits turns. Cik FriKaeaarBt. Iiit PMTsRsrB, 5atU PrMlosa Arm. aid PnerosKirBs i f e ktad.rn.4s is the rest style of the s rt ON THE Flit ST FIjOOII, NO CLI.MIIINn r STAIRS. (K)i LtSKT. ttWD UiSiniUl&NTd. SWOP OFER.VTORS. ( Aekaawleitga by every aaa ta be tho largest aad beat ttMl eatohHafcneat la tkeslata. I .in.MSSIO.Y FIIEE ! ! A. F. STYLES rch Ih. Dry GooiN and Carpet.. GEO, PU'OODS K CO., WILL OtTE SOUK Extra t ii ff K cement s STOCK OF GOODS for the nct thirty days. Preparatory to an Inrentory. Glre as a call at NO. CNIO.V BLOCK. 'E1V HOOKS LIFE of Edward Livincton's. by Chaa. II. Ilnnt. " Count GnrowskrsrJuryfbrlsej. " Chaucer's Legesdacf Uood Wmen." Private Miles O'Reilly." Ills Book Rrvnnt'i Thlrtv Pvm. " "The Schonberr CoUa Family." "Contrabands Christmas." " Pioneers of tho World's Progress." " Byepaths of Biography." " Art and Artlessnesa." ra'bters.'" Br 0enla'" from tha Ur" ""at ' Man on the Ocean 1" a Book for Bovs. ' Soldiers of the Bible," ae. ' ,.F"Lf!" by c - FRENCH t CO. jlarcn 11. A C STRONG, DIALER In .Ixlcs, Springs, Felloes, j ! .J2SS!?POKrS'WnEEM1SEATTICKS. ' ..Sh?Mfe f-S',. it" ""nijnt ef CarrUM-maieM' tioods in the Sute. Alo Iron, Steel, .Naflroda. An viL', ices. Crowbars, Mill, Crow-cut and Circular Saws, bhovels. Spade.. Hoe. te.. Palati and Oll. Tools or allaindi.anda general assottmentof Shelf ' JJ'ware. CALL AXU SEE TUE COO'JS AXD 1 3.00O CAVALttV llOllSEJj " ,AS.7!l, lmc"tely, ror which fair price. . wl paid on delivery. Said hone, to be M.in 'P""'"!". not less than8ve(S)nor i . K T "'"V" "",11. from tlj to l hands ' hi, full fleshed, compactly built, brldle-wiee, and of sire sntBclent for cavalry pnrposea. Tlie under slsned are prepared to contract with parties for horses to lie delivered at the rolhiwln- places, vli 1 ?.-!! p,"?,r' SL A1!',In'j,.B,?r"j"su", Brandon. Rui Un.dfc H""" Falls. Wells River. SL Jolinshury. an.Brtn or Newport, lhie n..llce will be given Of the da. On which hnr.. will k..ui it! "f f'1:- rr"" "I'l'lns to contract br the delivery ..r horse, can at all tiie do , with htephen L. Huxlell, at Jln&tlieller. Vl. KRAIiLKT llARUin. STEPHEN . li()lfLI. Vimtw'i.r. Vt M r. h . il. di.w TWO SKCONIj 1IAX1) 1-IA.VOS. NE.VRLY as good as new, for sale very cheap ,, at II. L-STORVS1 SIlrcn 1 llmio Store. VERMONT CENTRA L AND Sl'LLI VA N RAILROADS. ' fflXTER ARRAXQEMEXT- CouircencinK Decemlier 1 1th, 103. 7Vstf ffeiny South au4 Eaxt. Leave Burllngten at 7 a w, I2'J6 r )t. and dfi r . JuW Train leaves St AIhnatliA , Burling ton 7 CO A Jt, connecting at White River Junction and Bellows Falls with trains for Boaton, Worcester. e, and with Vermont Valley Railroad Tor Springnekl and New York, arriving In ew York at lA IS r . Da Enrtu Train leaves Ogdenshurch at S a y, Jfontreal at d Oil A , Roo's Point At 10 4o A si, for Boston, Troy and New York. . XtjUt Eirrtm Train leaves Ogden.burgh at 1 1 30 A , Montreal at 3 00 p M. Roup's Point t .S p . arrlvingat Boston at 41 a jr. connecting at Bellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad for Bjton and Wor cester and Vermont Valley Railroad for bortorfeM and New IJaven. and arriving In ew v ork at I0t) r. Train g"t Xartk and ITrtt. Leave Burlington at KXl am, U2S r, 4 r, j nuwEnn Train leaves Boston at SOI A ".White I River Junction at lltrs, Burlington at 4 .P , for Montreal, Ogdensburgh, Chicago and tho West, , making close connections. Mill Train leaves Boston at 7 ml a , via Lowell, I and at 7 a M. via Lawrence or Fltel.borg. Leaves Springfield at 75.) a m. Bellows Falls at 1225 p St. Johnsbury, Littleton and Burlington, and St. , Atxtmmad.itian Train leaves Northfield at I0) A M, and Burlington at 12 S r tt, tnt St. Albans. XifM Erprrn Train leaves Bellows rails at 1000 , p m, receiving passengers from the ermont J IJV j Katlroal leaving .ew i or at i-a , Chehlre Railroad leaving Bjston 4 00 p , connect ing at White River Junction with a train leaving Boston at 5no p m, via Lowell or Lawrence. Leave White River Junction at 1140 P , arriling at Bur lington at Sin a m. Rouse's Point at 7 15 A , Men trealat IO00 A , and I ifdensbar j I2f P Both the Mall Trains connect at White River Junction with Passumplc Road. . SleentDg Cars are attached to both the Nteht El press Trains niacins between Roose'i Point and I'o'too. , , Through Tickets for Chieaf o and tho Westsbr sale I at all the principal Stations. I U. MERRILL, Sapt. ' St. Alban. Novembers, i-ffl RUTLAND AND BCRLINGTOV R. ITIXTER ARRAXOEMCXT. CnmmrnnnfXmarioth,t'jf&, trin mJf run JtntM ' . LEAVE BCRUXOTOX. & 30 A M, MiH Train, fbr Boston. Lowell. WoreeeSor. Deiknrs Falls, Koeaa. Kttehbont. BrattMmro, SpriMfteld, Hartford, Now Ha coo. Troy, Albuy and Xew York ; arrive In Boston 7 15 p ; Troy S40 p : New York J P u. TMiomfk ta Tray and Hmalan wtffamr CSwf, of Cars' I 4 P x , Crts. Train lot Rutead. Troy, Allwsny, Vtw York, SebeMetady and the new , arrive at Troy a 30 p a ; New Yolk by ilsdsoa River Rail road Mxt morniftg- IMrs, XifU Ezfrw from Montreal to New York: arrive in Troy S 45 a , New York 2 45 p x. from re Sowlk out EnM Train' arm at Bmrtinf. to 30 a M, Jim. .ndn. Twn from Rathe!. This Train lea res Raihud at a 00 a w. 2 S5 P m Pas eqrer Train. Loaves New York at 1030 PM; Troy SOI a a; Ratkvad Ix45px. 6 50 e u. Miil mm, from Boston, Lowell. Worees- tar. Spnnrield. Hartford. New Haven. Troy, 41- baay aad Naw Yavk. Leaves Boetoa 7 30 a a; New York tooa hi Troy W 45 pa. TICKETS sold for Saratoga. Troy. Albany, New York. Seheneetady aad all principal petal on the New York Central and Western Railroads, and in formation givon by R. C. ROWE, No. I. Aassrieaa Hotel Block. f"Pare alwai s as low as by aay other mate and BiMago aheeked through. STKA.M WEEKLY TO LIVERPOOL, touching at QCEESSTOWN, (Cork Har bor.) The well known Steam ers of the Liverpool, New York aad Philadjolphia steamship Company Intend to sail a follows F.lHNBlRlill. Saturday, Mareb CITY OP WASULNfJTON, batorday. April a. CITY OF MANCHESTER. Saturday. April t. sad every saeeeodlng Saturday, at Naos, from Prer It, North River. RATES OF PAS8AOE PA TABLE IS SOU OR ITS BQCJVALOT 'I C5RnKcr. PI EST CABIN, t0,o I STEERAGE, eai.nn do ta Lcadiia, J,i f do t Loadon.ru.nn da ta Parts, taMO I do to Pan, tHuo do to Hambarg,l,0o I " to liambarg f3r.i PaaseoKws also forwarded to Havre, Bremen, Rot terdam, Antwerp, lc, at equally low ratos. Pares rrom Liverpool or qaaeastowa IK Cabin, lit, t. SI'B, Stearat 130. Those who wish to send for their friends ean bay ticket here at these rales. ror rario.r lajormaijuo apply at ina company's JOHN r,. DALE. Acens, IA Bmadwas . S. V . H. N. URURV. BarUngtoB. I'RIEEDS AND REL-iTIVEs OP THE Itrarc Soldiers A Sailors, IIOLLOArs PILLS OIAT1I K.T. LL who have Friend and Relatives In the Army ! A or ary. should take epeetal care, that they be amalp supplied with toes Pi. Is and Olatmoot . I aad where the rare S 1 iter, and Sailors have ne- Clet-t-d t pri" id? tbeoi-v-lvrfl with th?m. no Hotter I ikfftMHt mm b Not Umbi hj their frin4. They bare Kcnprid to he tbe Soliiier MToc-tii'DC frlwi in w hour of neel. Concha and t'old nfTecliuc troop Will h fHMdilr rrlieTed tad tTectiu.llj ?urt1 hy bub t tkM iHlimrabic mcdidiM, ant hy p-jrinc propor aUeatiun to tbe JJUvotroo. wMeh are attach ed to eeb r-'t or Box. Sick Ilenilnchc nml AVnnt of Aptilcy Incidental to Soldier. ThaM flizK8 which to Mddw n, waallr ine tnm troahle or uaorMM,ohrtnieted pvnpinitaun, orMtiiiud (IrlnkiBR whatrer w uvlMilwone, thai dirt arM til; the ht-althful acUos of tb Utt snd torBaveh. TaTrtM orpins miut rellcTeti. If joa f4r tf he wll. TheiMlb. Uka mc4iic to th priMa UnniStutk will qaieUy pr4me a healthy action In hoth IWeraati "tuiaach, and a a r.Mwral ppgiueuoe a lear headan4 pod appetite iHlnetor Dehilitj Induced by Ovo Fntiuue Will soud disappear by the oe of the raHuhle rule, and the NiUwr wUl qaiej&ijr aeqaire addioon tional trenetb Nerer It thoBoweli be either eon- aed er nndul acted upon. ic raav wm tMnM. iaai iinuewa wa"s PUla should be moatEealed fir nwitT man nu, many persons sapnaeuu that they would locrease the relaxation. This is a irreat mistake, far tlKi Ptlli w.u .M. i "i storaach and thus reBsove all the acrid hBiBAnrarrnn, the system. This medicine will dn ii.i. anrf , . , . s-""- r.rLcm nowever aaraeced. sirencin Tallow a. . m.f... worse. .Nothia; will et. p Uw rejaxatioa of the Bowels so sure as this fam.ms medloine. Volunteer-, Attention Indiscretions ot Yontli. Sores and Ulcers, Blotches aad Swellings, can with certainty be radically cured if tho rtlUare uken n!ht and mornin;, and the Olntmoot l freely ucd as stated In the printed Instructions, if treated In any other way they dry up in oua part to break out In another. Whereas this ointment will reraave tia humors from the system, and leave the naOeat a vigorous and healthy man. It will require a little persevereuca in bad oases to insure a la. tine eure. For IVonnds, either oecni-oned br the llayonet. Sable or the Hullct, torc or Itniie, To which every SoMier or SaUor are liable, tiero are no medicines so safe, sure and convenient at HoUowaj's Fills and Ointment. Tho poor wounded and almost dringbuffcrer might have his wounds dr,,iS,JII?IedutIt v b wuw only provide him- thrust Into the wound and smeared all round it. then cover with a piece of linen from his knapsack and comnressed with n ht.Mhi.. t-v 7' . . . and prevent Inflammation. ,VL B01Srr' knapsack and Seaman's chest WT11 " valuable RemMles. ! -hr.V.T,!,;;-" Sone ,rs nnle the l words " Hollowly, New-Tork and London," are dis- ' bIsawatcr-marklnevery leaf orthe book I of directions aronnd eah tS li.w .1. -I I be plainly seen by holdinR the leaf ti the Usht. A 1 , handsome reward will be eh en to any one render- ' hk .ucu iniorraaiioa as will lead to the detection or t anypartr or parties counterfeiting the medicines or vending the same, knowins them' to he spurious. i iitfi"1; JIln''fctn- of TrofesMr Hollo way, W) Maiden Lane, .New fork, and bv all re. I XT .ifSf,1? .anl Dealers In Medicine ' i In boxes at 3) cents u cents ana 1 1.10. There la eonsldermM. k- . vl . , sires. -"."" N. B. Directions fer the guidance of patients In e rerr disorder are afflied to each bni. ,n Ilcnler. in my well known medicine. FKl.fc OI nXPKNSi:, brnddre..inc I TIIOJIAS IIOLLOWAV, 80 3Iaden Lime X. Y. JOHN F. IIEXRY t CO- wnoLenauc DeaLxia ix i KhkIMiA American Patent ."Medicines, Hair Oil ant Rnlrntit, Frtfum.ru -faH iit., trr., I,'. John T. Henry, WATF.RBCRV. VT.. and R. B. Johnson, j MONTREAL. C. E. OtMtRAL Ar.tvu roa llou-owar's Manicivcs. MO.VKV I!KI.T. fllUERJIOMETERS, Steel I and Jet Belt CUsps. P Belts, Side and K.V hem, l.reen Spectajles 1 -1 u (ield Buckles aail Pin. r. Lmi)C lta W<S hi , nn lh.m I c and Cole. and a lanre a-wtnent of Steel. Rub. vi iiV.i. rs . "a U0WM Spectacles and rtose ulasscs ; IILv.cs fitted. At J. E. IIRtXSJIAIIrS OW Stand. ' - t'hareh Street. FOR SAL.B OK. TO RK.NT. allE Fine place at the corner af Slain and Tatt I tmJ "tly owned by Karrand N. (V . TMsdestraMe property will he ..lilcun . r C. an raa-.aeMr terma, Eaeu Itareli'- JIT" e0rBeF K,ln"'",- nan at s . (.Lurch Str t, of MarchS. R.L.PIEHS0.V. sz-VT.iTR AT.SA TVTTDj The RTeatan'-floail' ' Froi-a-ions oris lavlgwatua;. Btautl ying, ana Drssiu the Hair. tem'rrK .' ! r'T .n. ..,. IIWIO in any 4fT-4 I-"I lu! j, , , . arr ' f . S- d .,. c' . t,, n-,lnri ..it..? V lb !N r II TfX nt'i rfisre t;sn HUK IIS ORIOIMAI. 0DTHFBL COLOR. IT 16 riOT A DYE, Bat V" I'" ' r.-. .f .... ,t, oroitDi-tu.- ii i ..! it. Hev. Mr THA0HSK. .. n. , . . . . , . - Mv I-v'i,r. ... anMlln- tihrl Vi ...,w.i... smr'nc i" .'irwt.""e. il mj ...r , -. L nviir-, .ir !! fca- -! '.. Iti -Th. 7 ' ' -i i.'."' I - f i "I ! ' . th.r h .IPtrloc I bf inn i tnir.o n e-iiiMmn Whose H r rrqwres trvyun ixrunnz. I'-.isanmrn bat no eqoi Wo ; dv s tnet i compter w..s.- . Sold by Xh-wrristJ throtghoot th' W - ti tcipr ft ' IOS A W t.reeswWa sret. f'T W CI- Great Indian Dr. SUTTISNS I.VDIAX EMMEN . ThielhraMd Fn . iJ"i,md eiprel f - 1 rti and mKle lnd-". -f best thiD kiHiwn for t " r ir v t will retfnlate th -4 oh.trtmfft:cii, frvm i'-vr and after all .ther r . kind hare been trit ! - will a) prevent u'v'-'t r ' t theift-re of the p-i i vi, biarned ladies who lr-'i I . r other reaeiM may w-h T nn to which tbev " . s taVen as 1!reeted, it w ! eaee. no BBatter bow o'-nr.-t:-it i ai perfeetly safe at j0H i- put op in rattle ; dii5rat strL-ugthr, with lull tit.es f-r oj-ins. and hM at the following un'-. PIUCEh. ull strength W , Half trenK SVme are cured by the weniier, while tthen ma quire the tnoze'r praparation ; the fnll Mm. unlwath beet fipRBMEMBER-Thie, tr. cine i designed eipreealy for obeUnale cases, w all other remedie of the kind have failed to also that it Is wmrranteil a rprwnlH in t mpect. or the pries will be reloaded. 2?Bkw., or lairaTioxs ! None warranted unie wucr directh "f fr. MatrUon. at hia RenMdial Is r yperUl dlewaaes. No. A Talon treet, PnT -W R 1. "Ladlei who wiah, can retnate in tht aahort Urn for Ueaunent- HIUREmC COMPOl'.M). , V f 'j icftf Jnai of I pLi3 htlO-w from imfrutUnc amd cowtgm- 7Tht" remeJy dtntaiv neither alsain Cvpaira, Spir -Nitre Cufht. Turpentine, or any other nant dri, Nut it an elegant vegetable liquid, plea to tne taste aad MneU. aavTiaCr olaanMac and r ids in iti operation, ipeciailj allaying all hea; lrrtatft.o Ln the arinary paaazs. 1 ou, there' -who hare been takina: BmUmm Cepetra, either tr i tale or ntixture-i, for Booths. uatU nek and .- y. -or breath and clothe, are Blled with it tu : throw away the diacntinc ntutnree, and kd1 ' bettle of tht .Tea Ftrttttv. wWch will e cure you at enoe. bat it will alee rlaan-w the Mte- rrwim thm inmnrali Mbrlji of iho aUItOTe- 1 'Ml '".- been Mkuc ao lone. It is warranted to cu ic half the time of any other medicine, or th pr - n rtfumJmd. One bottle often aVlnt P- V-twa boUie at oce tune fi. AIVTKKATIVt: MRU'. For Imrttrtft mf t Rootf "v-Tf frr ir twv vd contagion, er ee' t Mtrrtgrp.runwj E- too nt on tk aiia, re-eaf, Mont nmd .Tear L f Hw, OH tQT', 5weme; Pnnm tk Hnt, mtt mthtr ttg' mf am xttt nrWinf uh ik fttm. 2?"No remedy erer diacoTerei ha ' whatha tee aehfered by this. Under it? -cery form of euoatitational syphilitic or mercn- taiat i prer.l cured, and in a short time the - tila a.tsAn m. .taalaaAlar AoaulUaia tad fawaaaa tu - -ta and health anil ntiencth are permanently reefc-r 3Tlt thin remedy that cured a gentleman (i the South then ppim? at Newport, and inr wh he presentee I r. M. with f l0 bejldee hi bill, aft hav ins been ander the treatmment of the moot em--nt DhvsiiaD in Baltimore. Pbiladetnhta rl oat York, for VIVE TEARS. Nerer deepair of a p. , feet cure, no matter how oWtinata your cac r f been, utitll ow hare thfroa"hl tested the r, of this coo'-e titrated and potent Alterative, y' -, lare fottle lau a month. Price StO; half . ent ny eipreeetn a waiea pacKae. i r obacrrnuon, on receipt of the price by mnv XKKVK IM'IRORATOR. For NerrouB Debility, Seminal Weakness, L - ' ' IVwer, Iai potency Cnnfngion of Thovafht. L t Memory, Irritable Tempw.frlooasyAparafcec I Fear, I despondency and Melancholy, wt ich an in lov of Reason "Tnis new remedy f - j i fearful train of mental and phMcal evil f 10m reoereal ainegmv and secret habit? ! 3"on:, i eMnpoeed of the moet southtu. -trcr. I eninsand mvipintincnredinncs to be flun i ' ! whole Vesetable Kincdom. ftrmrnK in com li the mot periect AotTdotes for tbu ohi,ji(t distreeeiDS clasa of mala lies erer yet 1ic erv hiM now een pent to nearly erery State id thf I -telierlng the autold snfienns' uf hundre-1" hare never seeo the invent, r, r?t- r-r th-"-lWalth, strength and happiness. One large lat a in-.nth Price half ii re 5 TR FOL'R U K KA r KUL)IE are th" r-jmt . . twent earV sttirli ani practue. and a n w pared tl) art-iifrort anvthic el for " reepactiTe purpeeet. 1 amtherefl re induced t thf m jju ill f r e benefit of th . - t' er enld nevpr avuil themelTes.-r ther irtne. T -are all w vrr.ti tedaetepresfnted. in eeerv re"te r the jr Wal W refur''t d r-tr"irf pa-e 1 ir l -only Nv lr Matt.s itn. FirmMi n In-mute Special leae No, rr.i?i street, PnTi.!e'' It I , ami st-nt by expr to all partf f the c-' ' try, in a ei"-W scale-1 i-auka;, u re from oh r i tlon, en re r;t of the j n -e v mail NOTICE TO nauMna' sllm ara na' Sit .wforll'ntr nwmk. ru v. in Eaalap alone, wlj -ii is worse ll an Thn.wnawai . Ttuscoma- frm tru.fnj t. the fa- ai-d -ieccptire advertise-1 meats t men oaMln." themselves !"-..rs. Bavins I i a.- medical niacatioii. and w.i only leei'miami!. ti n what lie ta f Oiemaelns. Umt'ml ph. ''cian?. in nine case cut often, are tmpuAtrr The mi iv ar wiv uwrcr re. w to to oina retu a prart" nu: phincnu; or If ytm praferciw wdo - yuur a;-(.a e a tpceiaiiv, oe vax uiu n w a pr, cian. un I n t retoLiiar, or w Jl hate ia tnrecrftit -lr Matt'o ! tn only relarphr etan inn i .irne. it n-1 in ew Ktielant w! j a Vert trejt.n zptcinU Af .aiic. ani be da-btd tftiTT.jKia.s i r m enunent ph -.! jurteoci, "i d citizens of this and other State',"- " bk other advert sing phjiciaa can do. aw. "'L wbleb. no stranEr ean be eatlUad to o nSdecc Enclvtc inc -tamp tor potue and Mod t r tr-c TTitn a panipiuei on apetv uwisfu ana lytymen, rnt tne. Ir. M. is a rrpilarly edivn' jtmy ihclma of twenty yrs experience, tea ta u j teusire general pnetioe. unUl deelimae 1 compelled him to relinquish tfcat anl adopt mc practice, treitln' all the varlcns aliments ci cvIUcs resa.ttncfrnm irepiadeccc and eontac'ii ' h)i b f-exws, married or sinzle. girmz them h ' auention. rersoni, uieraure, nanxi; any lmp i ml or 4.fflcnit case in his DceiaItr. will ifo consalt lr M lore -rtefeliwhere. All tn cntranea tcnii care iuim raitarauy saa a ably attended to, aad rtrft iiiutetton t anttd. rTAdrtt9fSceffee. bv leUer t v. ur adtires plainly, and direct to Lock Box t - IIORSK KAUIMI. TACOB GREEK'S ner;c RacnVh for ral a f ) No. 2 Cntaa Bkck btrlBK Beans and Socotafh at No. 2 Intra PK MOCK Turtle boap in cam for at No. 2 t'nio Bloeo (.'It.tXIlEllRV SIUCI "jE-iTLY put uplncans verynlce. iast rece'' .soril KltOtiT. T UbT recslve-I and fer sale at Na. I'asua FK CIIERKIXS. I CST revived and far sale at . 1 l'BSa B! ' I'lK FRUITS. i T3'K FruiU In taelr own iie fer ri. Tart., v I I very die. Jest reeere4 aad tar sale at So. Ualoa Bl t:OXtKSKI .1III.K. P)Realest .l'BWI Br- 'lk'IlZZ.u'"' '" " MarcaM test w vc 1RZW 1 "' w W cw N OR. .HAK?ltAI,lN II 111 l ll'lll. Catarrh Snutr. TTT h- iMwwaat'lv ff"--! ilself '0 l mw kiMrtra sW rns; the t'a'arr' . tna Isead. ! Hk lleadael-. It h h"" Cuiwlan earell nt rsa.d In m-isv,ea-- or -E Ir . e i-i' . b I , an I II' best rysrhere. The a e:reatsa.jt.a. llarca.3. -