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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS FRIPAY MORNING. OCT. 28 18G4.
MaSl RE5 niK H"E DEFENCE I.N W . pulli'- mcctituof Ac citmn r -- ,ki vill'rc, wsh lieM in tin- Weni. nt of Hri.-k Chur-li, Oct. iltli. fur tW jur- j vj- of taking ineaFures for ti.e iiuui.m , : v. TV mectinfi wf exiled to nr.i. r l.v K. Duncan. The Kev. Mr. Km-- ,rv , , -ppf inU'l ( "1 airaian. anil .1 s A eorjcmithv rf fire was appointed to draft . jiiftn ol "rpnnisjition. which wan jtrocntwl , i aiTcjititi lay the mfetinjr, and fixtv-one n i-iginl tie name. Tlw meeting thro i 'tirnetJ fi next evening. 1 a-t ct ning the iiwetin riii.Feinlilrd, tli--r :! -am nad. and additional names afiix r . : i t o Minilier of ST. Oil. 1'iwtor wa . ., iwnxiiiL.d and jrraided at the orjrani i. of the company, which Tsan efleccrd by i.n.'i.im.iui. rlrction of the following offi- rlt- ( 'm- W. I. Moanm. firsl lieutenant A. II. Hunter. .V. .mr. Jjrutmant Morri. II. Gtdnm. 1 ! mating then adjuaracd. i 1 Manfun accepted the captaincy rc- i., ir and only in deference to tlic una- i : -irt t!n company and om muni I . oflcr; hate all seen Murice Mr. l.u .. r :ii t!ie shai p-ilnioters and ilr. Hid n ii. tlo21 t. liiiUcrj and are trusty in. i . itp.) le men who will make the euuipa tn what it ought to ). Arm haw been up- lnd to-'!aj. Ilnunr ( Hie Urate. M ijor i ieneral Butler baa BMned an nr der .nnitulation to the Army of the .lam. . (: 10 long for our columns) in which ii.. re. ounts their recent achievementa in i. ir.- ..t l.igh praise, and auno:ncea that be i- r. e 'i mended (ien. Staimard for prorao i .ii 1 .r I is meritorious service. i i n.y t"'iat portion of die order : 1 . ' (ien. Siannard is particularly ler,tin z i - 1 for his gallantry in iaadiag bis division -i i. '.i. until he lost his arm. 'The conmuuwi j...,mrul takes pleasure in recommending i..- Siannard for promotion for meritorious Fi st Lieut. C. W. Cook. 'Jlat Conn., i ling ii to Bei.-Geo, Stanniird, has special i.non f. r dittingutshed gallantry, and is re. otnuieti.le.1 to his Excellency the Governor of i . imeelieiit for promotion. r.-r the credit of the chief magKtrate of the n it -n. an I for that of the nation "itself, w are cao mvt tail iniunoos story, a wngsunereato tSy- ..it. un SV ( 'oiitradi.-ie.!. Oct ilst. I ' . .S ntinet has at last been compelled to nic.it t'l'tth -l.nderup.in the Pnident w 1 i n it so i i. rly fathered, was without a shi. low of foundation. Its concern for the i '...lit ..f the nation and its chief magistrate ..I.I r. .ye lm lnt shown b? taking a lit- ii pnin to ascertain the falsity of the story, .. 1 i.'li never had a respectable origin or en H - r. before publishing it. I ;nr-. :s iox the Kobbeks. (iangsof raid- i. ro'.is rs hate appeared in Uneans county, ,.i-tK i.l. ly at lraoburgh where one man hst 1. ,i i.rr.'fte'l ..n suspicion, and i still held, r .u.n.tti ly. on liie occasion of the visit to I- f'.or'h tl people were assrmhkd and . . . i,',i izi f a .'. .mpany of one hundred u 4 'ta - nt .1 pickets, so that the rascals .1 .ia Companies have also been '-i' iz.l at lerlij and Newptrt. The man . i . r Trest came on the stays from Mont ii witi-in two mile ot Srasburgh, m . . ' e left the stage and walked in. This 'air i ulence that some of tlie ras- - . -it lam at Montpelier. We (liavc I oth r incidents tending tl same M. . niugli to warrant watcidulnese , . i or citizens and arms ren.Jy tor aetu "i . i .ive service. Walton.' x JmrnaL ... intity of arms was forwarded to Iras i i.i. ly Col. IWtor Toesdaj, in charge . ir.Kty niefsenger. ' .. ii Rh.i i itiok. The Village aatbor-i-i - ..f I '"alt-burgh have reeentlyadopted tle i How in,; ordinance . Bt.fl , That no person shall expose for sale w t'on th- limits of the Corporation of Platts-1-uijii. oJ on a wagon or sleigh or any vehi .'!e. unm ifler the same shall have been meas ured hy tlie corporation wood measurer, under a I--!, iltj. . $1 for each offence. Vermont Items. J. P . : i t n i i .t of the RepuUiean. issued VK,rt. .- out. Its publisher is Mr. ' ..'! i.' e lst ! .: the Vergennes Vemtonler . i n mi-, h ays, to make a good, pa i'. uni'.i. paper, and to make a living I'e will succeed in the former, no t- the hitler is not so certain, in tlttw dear ink. type and paper. r - lies an plenty in Windsor County J nts . r liusbci. M ms SI . urn had $40 stolen from a . in hi- meat market on Wednesday t ' . i : H'v. nty bushels of oats and some I'lprn were stolen 6am a granary - n :i t' Mr. 0. J. Merrill of East . i j on the night ol Oct 13th. i. rtrawhernes were picked ia More i v i week ago v . 'indy lately stole a hire of bees from l! i Pot ur of Rejinington. with 7." H. . The hees must have been asleep, A::t had a hot time of it. 1 nicht tiain on the Vt. Central was h ural hours last Wednesday mar 1 tv! the rear car being thrown Irom ''i. S.vernl men were injured one I'1 The car contained a conij a- ni . :frj-i. ',ro soldieis, returning from re 1 ;' .' r il invasion at St. Alban. 1 ' u train from White Riut Junction - me i.iht was thrown off the track at ,r ' iicl! rklcy .i h y . -t' 12. waa shot a week uc-i n ui Kradhiro ' t' i-id nt.il dis e t i :i i.i-.ol. unit -itii; a cotupa- in at a lunrn. 1'ar lull entered Ills i.i-L a'l.v.' t le eyes passing down loiit.g in the bone Wow the brain, ..t thi -urgeons deci led that it cul.l not ixtr.et. d. f he boy was n.'t killed, and . r . ublv wi.l retailer. I ' e d. ,-.t at Hydevilb- t.wk fire the other iro n a -park from a locomotive Liick- 'icr 'f cried to ! at hand a couple f '1. n entities, t'ii. ;ui.- ej , and with thesi the hie was Sheridan nnd Unrlr. .1 JuLai to PhMip: "You're a pretty nice msi, - 1 I'd lue a taite of jour test Sherry. Ds.n." I -ill furr.ith the treat," said PaiL, "so it be, .1 jcu in your turn will re-fre sr, Jubal E." 7is birgaic," said Jubal;" (he thought PhiL was punning, i: the n-trejt he gave all ended in running,) for wine that is good, PhiL, I am a great sticker, j.t! think of the two, yeu have proved the best heke. . en of Yankees I next find that I am in need, vvo.i Sfterry.Dsn.andtryand take.Weadr." - Pp' i Post. 'ne hc ti i is half man, half dug, will bow . h and how-wow to tle poor. cv. explanation of the "gokien mean" I (m an inspecting tour through Canby's dc iate pold, and be too mean to use it. ( partmeut. I Great activity .prcrails in niilitarT matters A . William, boine from the war?! indicating a movement to intercept Price. Jerc i the brother who went w ttb you . 'Ah tee' we left our mother together. 'er - iah.l.v II,.vinlber totell Lib. r V.I il: jne it was " f.. ntltiaM, f th.. iorv." -aid the learned moviuK auruuSU . --r--- i a"""f "'"V. vf ,rr Ca;M?,ona ! Uen. or.W .ieI..l.'iu'.of: the jury; in thi, the road with the b.ooo lot "-. , 2"" " -7' 1 bjT iVcivs oi the War. den. Grant's appreciation of the yirtory a Cedar Creek is cxnrtsvj m the following Cur I'oisr. Oct. 208 P. M Hon. E. .If. ffan'nn I li.nl a i..l,.t- ot ..m ' tnidml "una from each "i. tin: armies htn f-cd in thjniir of sher id m i. ,wi .ei.iiy. 1. Mauiped Sheridan wr.nt 1 h n. a 11vs t'. .-.'.ii itn, one i f the aMet uf ii.ner.ils . . .OK AM, Ijeut. Oi'i. (fetLbbxTtaaneHiaeapon Hool'srairgiiard, I.. .1 tm m .in tl drove them out ol Mik, (,.. (In JI ni.i .y fien. h.icmnn rt.-i - ml ,-..i-.i i;i p.;:mtof t'ic re'ieln by - oi iiloouingion .:llv. A i:'i;i.lte.'l of ' Iiu.-Jiiy fr.uu Ciiattano.i't tatcb mat Col. i .Mmty s lirigado oi ejnairv liad routed tlic rehtls captunng (ien. V .un; (ien. V .un. and a lare irodd";'em.ndt.,'teiSI: nuiuivrol piisonera cavalry ehariwd with sahre, kilting and inpturinj; a numlier. wing ail tneir artillery ..lid ecutti i inj the remainder in ait direction Rebel aeeounts state tl.it 2"H Federals were drowned in the atta. K hy Forrest's men on toe reoeral lorce near stnort. Teun. (bsfore reported), and claim the capture of three guns and 25 prisoners of the capture of Rome, M., witn -J.i'tMt prisoners ia without foundation Bo-sinew, which was entirely il in Memphis has been resumed njrai i. nd iho militia disciiarged, as the danger is Ulieid tohepasMd. It was the opinion at head quarters that the relx-is had no intention of attacking Memphis, and that their u'.joct was merely to cover the march of troops into Ki-ntocky. There waa no rebel force within five wiles of the city. WaaDarASTaeNT, Wasblvutos. October 22. To Ma. Gen. lu: The foUowimr dimateh been received from Gen. Siiendan : Cibab Ckedc, Oct. 21 I P. JI. Ta U. Gtn. V. S. Grant . I pursued the eneny nearly to S J - - -j Mount Jackson, which point he reached dur- ing the night of the I'Jth and 20th uithout an organiiea regiment ot tus army, from I the accounts of our prisoners who nave tsca- ped and citixens. the rout was comnlete. A hint 2,0110 of the enemy broke and made their way down through the mountains on the left. For miles on the line of retreat the road and the country were e ivered with small arms thrown sway by the retreating rebels, and other debris. Forty-eight cannon are now at my head quarters. I think that not less than 300 wagons and ambulances were captured or destroyed. Tne accident of the morning turned to our advantage as much as 'h-e the whole movement Wl. ph,- ncd. The nly regret I havi is the capture in the early mcrning of Irom t-00 to 1.000 men. 1 am now sending to the War Department 10 I battle fbUPH- The lfiM ot nrrtltorv in th.. ! morning was seven from Crook, eleven from T Kaiory and six from Wright. From all that I can learn 1 think that Kirlv's reinforce ments were less than 16,000 men. P. H. SajEBii.AS, Maj. (ien. tieo. Stevenson reports the arrival at Mar tinsburg oi 1.500 wounded and 1.500 prison era. (ien. Custar arrived thw afternoon st Washington with 10 battle fiaqs displayed from the railroad engine. Knu'u. il. fiTASToN. .Sec y of War. The rebels entered May field, Kentucky, Wednesday and burned the Court House and committed many other depredations. Arrivals from the Army of the Potomac n port heavy firing heard nearly all Saturday night toward the James river ajiparetitly from our gunlmats. The enemy shelled a working party at Ouch Cap moat all day Saturday, but without effecting any dam age. Tne RMauund papers of tin- 22d ac knowledge a defeat in the fihetiandoah Val ley ; say they lost 23 gems besides those taken at first Lmes, about 1000 killed and wounded with few prisoners. A dispatch dated Kansas City, Oct. 24 says : A courier just from the front reports that Price is in full retreat, closely foil i wed by the enemy. When the courier left tlie enemy was 25 miles south of here. The L MisvuMc Journal says the rebel Gen. Lvon has 500 men in his command and that bis move to the south side of the Cumberland river is sniipixed to indicate an attempt to strike the Kashville and Northwestern rail road near Charlotte. Four regiments of tcbpfct are rejwted nt Oemrerille, Hickman county, but to wh.e command they lielong is unknown. Scouts report Fomst again crossing the Tennessee river below Florence Ala. A guerrilla leader calling himself Col. Chenoweth was in Henderson, Ky .on Friday. He committed but few depreda tions." It is thought there are several out law lauds scattered along toe Ohio river be tween the mouth of the river and K.au-t ille, to the number of 2000. Moby6 and White's gang of guerrillas are again hovering around Fairfax. Loudon and adjoining counties, and a n imber ot Mosby's scouts made their appearance in the vicinity ol the Great Fall of Potomac, only 18 miles from Washington, Monday. Two were captured and brought in. In the l'Jth a large naval fleet arrived off Charleston, including a schooner laden with amuianitioii, &c.. destination unnkiiown. Tlic rebel Gen. llardce has propjscd to Gen. Foster a general exchange of prisoners in bis bands, man for man and officer for of ficer, or their eejuivalents. Tae ma.ter will be referred to Washington. The Palmetto Herald says latest advices report tlie average deaths uaily in Charleston from yellow fever is twenty . Also tliat the paper are filled with obituaries of distin guished Southerners, and discuss on of peace and reconstruction. On tlie whole tlieir tone is very favorable to u, and shows a great c.'iange within the la-t few months Gen. Ci s'ar ha- been promottd to Major (ieneral hi consideration of his brilliant ser vices in tm- Valley. Thi was announced to Gen. I "star at th- War Icrtuient, during the presentation of dig captured by Slieri dan4 fore.- in the lite victory at Cedar Creek, and was received with loud applause hy a large crowd assembled to witness the the pit eiitation. Gm. Rickets is reported in very low con dition, lac ball which entered his right i ,,..t and passed through the lungs was ex tracted Monday near the shoulder blade. His right arm is much lnnamea, and it is bared that internal bleeding has commenced, caused by outline an artery. Washington dispatches say the pursuit of Early s broken army is ended lor tne present. 3,nO0 prisoners had been captured on the 24th ; 1,500 were left at Harper s Ferry, and 1.000 at Winchester, uur cavalry is run picking up stragglers and deserters. Rebel prisoner say Early's hiss will reach 10,000. Among the gnns captured were 20 new brass pieces given Early only a few days previous. 12,000 arms were picked up. Tbc rebels had five infantry divisions and five cavalry brigades in the engagement, and a large pro portion embraced tne flower of Lee's army. Our wounded are being rapidly removed to Martinsburgh.and Sheridan is putting his array in condition for another adrance. Memphis papers of the 22d say the rebel Gen. Forrest is concentrating a large force at Jackson, Tenn. Merciless oonrcription is being enforced in the country adjacent to Memphis. Late advices from Little Rock, Ark., state that Magruder left Camden, and is rapidly marching towards Red River. Only about 10.000 rebels arc lett netween ;nii"u "iei ' ftrtA ("nnitiert- (ien. llerron is at Laiucnoc "-.arrived at Varrcnsburg from , ,-1fH,:.ri"" IntfeiiOe"Ce. with a small escort under ...,. -. i Wpi. rosier. - uaawu'e . - - - - . , .. , 1 lla"4 A :?fLno. Inters from P,,cd coming O'cn.Rjsccran' depot of Biippln's IsatWar renshurg.Mo , and ii jprrisont d It ndivH in of the 17th Army Carps, undc, (' '1 Mo r', 33d Illinois. Hiram R Bickford, of the Inch Vermont Kegimcnt, died at the &Mier' '" r in aity, Sunday morning, ll. v H M I'.-th i a c indnctid the funrat jurat- - .i t.' I. tf. at 5 o'clock the tame .ifrr.-..;i, .i.id t e r. -mains were taken to Waterl.ury. Vt.. on t i. early train ye-terday mrirnin?. -Mr liickiord hail f.,ir u.nk i tl..'. . I -..... i wjt, that reprewntation, give 1ik perfonal faryiet. and life to liU country. Hebiulbeen j at the liei-t three weeks, too ill to he ta'tiTi n.Hne. Iiut hm wife u.ik nreKent wit I. Hm to elu.r liis lat l..ir. Spring ficii Iliyubiuan. A letter informs us that prhale John I'. iherman of the 3d Vermont, wiu to lie of thia place, is in Hospital at Itevcrly, New I J"'.to"DR " "P Cl V0inr rhe writer suprsx-s that Lis friends are ig norant of hi where-ilnnts or condition, and recommends that n:i- of them go to him at once. 1. JI. O. K lVt2 Y! V! We are sftra rpriaed at the fence decorations that we mee with in the course of our daily rounds, and it ii Any man wSo owns or rents a board fen."e goes to his pe-iettul couch at night, leavini; his fence in all the nu miculate purity of uulky-hued wlnte-wasli n. t a stain or spot upon it ami arises in the morn ing to find it a seeon-l ct.tion of Joseph's co.it, glistening with all the hues of the rainbow. Hat that which punles Lim most is the cabalistic let ters: " I. M. K. 1804 T: VI" which meet hi eye at every turn, He scratches his puzzled head and wonders what that means. II. u- any one sacs the man ? If so, trot him out, and ietut know what this "I. M. o. K. 1!-'.J ' Y!" meant. Go to any drug store, grocer' r re spectable dealers, sad call for Pinkerton's ahoo and Causayn rhttera, and zatiify youreli. Jicob PwssXtok, Manufacturer, 11 and 1C James n., wl8t2 Syracuse, X. Y. To Kjnm is m Appaovc Urs. a A. Alleni World's Hair Restorer and Zylobalunum, oi II air Dressing are approved bj tbousandr. They wav nt a aw sasasvaas lot a f.t IIIIIfilMsHUlK btautifvme and drmainir the Hair. They sorted to both young and old. They arrest the tau ana unpart a nesitatui ana natural oolor t e hair. Every dragg telk them. Oct 19. dime. IIOSTOK 5IAKISKT. Wavitasoav, Oct. 36. FLOUR Wsrtera saBeran f"s : common atms (9 25 s9 9 mediom eatns at sitf ST 10 73; sad sued and choice, iaelndiax favorita hraads Mlealgsa, aaawset. Canfta sad Ohio at $11 0 12 (rbbl. Cora Veal fSSSybbL Rje Floar nomla ally the anas. U RAIN. Thers ii a rnseh batter Ikslfng far Cora. Western snxsdil Cist I 63. Wcstara TaUow ft ri. Oats are dall at sx 3e bosh, for Northern and Canada. Kys fl fo bash. White Baa dull, 2 "i, and marrow and extra pe mX i SO at $2 75 T bUh'L Slvr,t0' Fme 47 50;andaiWd. lias' ' B"I-f at i s 1 75 r busnel for Mate and Canada. PROVISIONS Pork ij steady aad tia. Bales of prime at 1 40; mess at ti 50 13 so, and clear at lis 47 f bbL oath. Lard remains without change at ! 0 29c tor bala. and tierces, and in ks Smoted Hamt2Ue rub. Barter is arm aad scares and prissshare advanced, with sales at 18 at Sue for good and ehoies Sew Tort aad Vermont dairies, and 42 av 43c tor common aad Our. Cbcass Is firm and has been la demand, with sales at 15 49 16c rfe. as to quality. C.lMnillUGE CATTUC MARKET. WasaKsnay, Oct At market too Cattle, abuat I7 Beerss aad 596 Storc, es-nsistins; of Working Oxen, Cows, oae, two and three rears old . Market BosT extra r ewt. , f 13 Op 13 io. First tiuality, $ 12 00 1 14 !S. j Ssoond quality, t 09 t $tti so. Third qaallty, $7 00 a 7 so. ' Working n, (MsslOO s 150 4T J6" per .:nr. Cows and Calves, ti. 3:, t: 70 Ysarlinaa, $14 17. Two rears old, $JS 35. Thra years old, $3 St to. Shee aad Lambs, 7AU0 at mmrksf. Priocr, isftott t2W,30S3tl44 iw. Extra aad salsctiea ti 00. e? 5 so. Hidss,S4CI0e per ft., Palts, II Was I Measfe. CslfSkias 2S 30e. Tallow, II lie f ft. BJSMA.KK8. 7i.Tbers is a lanpr number of Cattle aad 8asepat market tais weak taaa any time bsfbra fall, aaali ty about the same as tuaaU some vary eood oass bat thscreater proportion small and slim. Pries tnrtbebest varies hut little tram reports of the hut row weeks bat for the mediom aad poor qualities it Is doll; aad from 30c t loo lower, a great any Cattle will be takoa to Brixhtan owing ta the late arrival of some of the trains, bheep sales were dull there was a considerable number of ordinary quality of old sheep for which there is little call. Home were sol. for aad !t eta. par ft. Dicil. Ia West Milton, Vt., Oet 19th, of fever and dip theria. Am C. Pattee, Hjq., ned 71 yeari. In ChirloUe, Oct. 21st, Mrs. Jers.hm KeXeil, widow of the lata Cbas. McNeil of Charlotte, atd 77 years and 7 days. KSTRAT. ClAUE into the enelosnre of the .i 'iprriber oa or aboat the 16th "f September last, three Oalvas, two red and one red. with white spots. The owner is requested to prove the property, pay the charges and taka them away. SMITH WRIuriT. 8t. (ieonre, Oet. IflM. wl7wJ BSTRAV. CAME Into the enclosure of the "uheeriber on or ainut the 12th September last, a two-year old lelrer, black with waite belly Th- owner i re qoceted to prove property, pay charges and take her away. SHITn WRIGHT. St. George, Oct. -, 1664. wl?w.l A RTIflCIIMIts. ARUH and LEOS. Palmer'st ;i!c:it. The American Artificial I.iinh Cnmpiiny 18 now prepared to tarnish the celebrated "Palm er Artificial Leg. also the " Line. In Anil," ivfaieh has reoeired the speeial approval .f (iorern. meat for soldiers. The Palmer Lejr,it..owitf ly known to reqalre speeial mention, bold en are entitled to a ' Palmer Leg," or a ' Lincoln Arm" wilaeai caaryc. By anplyine to this office, or to lr. A. N. McLaren, Medical Director, Xo Balfineh street, they will receive the order. The Lincoln Arm is received with treat favor by all who wear it and orders are reoeired from alt parts of th Union A fiwfMlar fact in lonnection with tlie immense military decnaod which has been produced b the present war, will satisfy all wbo require limbs of toe value Ol ineee inrenuuns. .arc,ruing 14. m ttatietkal report of the ilodkal IHnetor for B jston m1 vVMlnife. of liiabs suDDlied tasoldierl by Ij ov- t ernment, . au. strriwocases nave BEE.vrtmsisaraisy I PALMER 4 CO. More conrineing proof the practical value of tbe limbs referred to cannot be predated. Tbe "Palmek AanriciAL Lec1 is the lightest, miift durable, mist oomfortible to tbe wearer, and more natnral in its appearance, than anyUling of the ttind ever constructed by human skill. Over Fate Thousand of the Palmer Artificial Legs are now in use. urders are frequently received from Europe, India, West India Islands and. iiclh America. Palmer's appliances for Shortened Limbs have ac quired a world-wide celebrity. Indrndtiali ulsloti eolwaia-f JOT latrry year, r ,c tmnpi.ttig re stored. ' y Pamphlets, containing full Information, fnt to. ail.ppucaats. --f PALlfER, (Care American Artificial Limb Company;) 19 Green Street, Hoiton. wl3m3 WIXTERIXC CATTLE. TnESubscrlberhajga hand Seventy-fiye Tom ood upland meadow Bay, and would like ts tat e'Cattle or Sheep to feed tor the Wfnter. Forterm. apply to JAMEa MOnoLB, Eiisx.Vt., Sept. U. 1SM-, ' . wtw- V. Al'PIaETOJf, , . - MOST respectfully lrafonnsthe'lnhabitantiof Bur: lington and vicinity that h has ettahlished a JScvf Dye Hoiij-c, at Wlnoojkl Fslll. and Ladles who have anything they wlih Oyed or Cleansed and made to look aj w , Dresses, er t-Ws, Colo Cleanwd srrf aV.r:rwv'lik. New. Genfi Coati. VeaUand 'pnyed er Clesnied, and pressed in the tot poismis manner, i-. i-" , .--.' "' , . IIoom can be left, and will be puDetmlTy attended I tel. ulT "Vcif s ol I lie WeclJ. !Sy Telegraph. ,. d to tii? Free Press. IIostos, Oct. -2. i ' t1 1- J.n'mofri.:nS- M .is J'J . i - i'; r. ..." tt.c r i .i-e in ;" ' .i.. ii mid foil- on 1'itir .y f in 1 relighi-hiir. Four have not !.vcrrd up by the ioiiititr.it t at tan hut prohohly will he. Neaily all the I: I.: i atokn iiursea are reeoTvred. A hearing will ) r ilily he had nt it. Jvhu- ..n Mon.i'n or 1 ...mliy. Tne rauiera now admit tie l..ur la may deny then on examination. Ii i.itntitied. j as .iaie if not all wHl be, ti.e f.iecs will lie j proyed, and Judge Counol will so report to "' MoDek' wi beirti.ie. Xhe decision will be of su. li iiii)rtanir us , a precedent that the final determination will not unlikely be referred io the Home t.overn ment Tiiu Canadian authorities show every dis- position to administer the law impartially. i Sr. Jons, in t. 24th. The preliminary proceedings ut-m which atiuii have commenced. They are only the dentrocatiim of the prisoners and the prepa ration of papers. The Canadian authorities are active and friendly. It appears that the party had no commission with them. The leader professes great confidence in the En glish Judiciary. JlosrrxliEa, (Jet. 2i. ail. Wheeler of Sooth Hero introduced a bill this morning to amend the act incorpo rating a State University and Associate Colleger-. The amendment provides for tbe in corporation ol a separate Agricultural in stead of a State University. The trustees of Norm ich I'nivereity and of the University of Vermont meet here to-day to consult. There is a prospect that Norwich will unite with tbe I uivcrsity of Vermont in accepting tbe condition of the act passed last year to in corporate a State University. MoNTPxxiEa, Oct. 20. Mr. llebard, of Chelsea, introduced a bill this morning, extending tlie time for col leges to give their assent to conditions of the State University Act, tu January 1st, 1S6.1. This bill i-ifw b.t!i Houses immediately, under a supensin of tlie rules, v The Corporations of Vermont and Norwich Universities are stiil here consulting ia re gard to a union. Washington, Oct. 2311 P. II. A gentleman who left Strasburgh this morning stnu that tbc result ot Sheridan's victory are growing more brilliant. 48 pieces of artillery are at Sheridan's head quarters and ten more arc on the way there. The prisoners arc coming in. in large num bers. Our wounded are arriving rapidly at Martins burh. ( tver 2000 arc there now. Kir. uiun.l iiiers if the 21st are silent as to I'hui-.i n ' light, nnd not very hopeful over retl military aifuts in (eorgia. They contain mlbing new otherwise. Bragg n at Wil.uin:t hi. ti.e reVls feeling conSdeat that un att-tcU i so..!! to U' in ule on that punt. V viiivi.yoK, Oet. 2S Aitaaiider of tlie Kngineers arrived nul.t dinit Imui .Sheridan's head in .1 -.linn b.llv .'II tli.it i as been C.'l. here t.i quart .' receive j uma ruing the victory and subse quent rt suits ot 'liiurrdays desrate Inttle. The ttuiuv have made no demonstration. whatever, since Frid.tv. At last a no Hints I they acre iMiisi'leraUy below Harrisonburg ami in ilia i.-.'.aizc.i state. Our wounded have Vi ta n nrlv ull reiiiovcd. UMt re'iel prisoners in our hands t have in u r.Mt,, riled to Kichtuind timma tor to tlie f.(rthciniing exchange. WiMll.M.T.lV O. t. . News .Iirect from tne Valley is to the feet that all our wnunded have been removed ti W inehestiT and Martinaborgh. S'icritlaii's 1 s will fijllbelow-'J'''". . nv.u. ber of prisoners is constantly 1:: re.i- d will reach about 4000. The ret - t bare taken aboat 1200 prisoner:. Oa Sunday tlie rebels opened a ..- .. fire at one portion of our lin. m tbe .1 v of the Potomac both from pica,. t- nu t 1 .i. ery. Sums twenty of our men vu and wounded. The rebels bare J their heavy guns in front of Peters), 1 - IA. Turner of Lee's staff was arrest, i n 1 brought here to day. lie wa on his -. . 1 . he Valley. Tlisre is notbing from tbe wee. At last account the rebels were in Kansaa stil! but eTi.tenti', iuttiiiliii t.. make 110 hail Ntw A oRK 1 let 2i i he ll"i'l .M.irtin-b.irii e rrep .r.ii. nt ol tli 22.1 a. "ur ..ntlie r.Kh n' in t-.e vi. iiiiiv "t .'iiniii. kill .I w.itimlMl ,.i .i-itu. i !i... ipti id iiiclmliii : w.i'iii.i a 7H0 iinoui is and ."0 un it Ml.il I' ll. ell. I 'UIIS, 11! ..I the enemy will I n .tr ill.niKI n. ( ester alone ncoum for ikini: "'7 mptured by lu ilivi-i.ui ilurni it ta two week. It iri..n.'r . in to b '.. .i. e.i I. iitiit't w.a n.it pri'M-ni ,a tl,i tu'.r Eirly under the rati .i.-tti n t. it the oin -irp an.l the e.nuuian.ltnc gen-ral vv.n ui.-. nt ili..iii:ltt be vt.uld make .v i.iii niai recover n purtiun of bis lost reputati-.n ''"'" w"l"" ,'"i k j . tteat of the rebels.Devens' little brigade kept swooping uown upn tlieir rear goonnng up j otfiei'rs and men by s-nres The follow ing aie tlic pnniip u captures maac ny Hcvens. fwenty-two uns, twenty-nine ariny vvagons, J tiurty auinuunces, ia. muii-s, u, tiurst, I two sUinu i.t ctihirs. and a guid in. Wc followed t. hi rebels to Fisher's Hill drove them out of there capturing another I iFuiwvn tan, an in.l tlvon Kivniiaanksar! iiaa- K at wagon tr.-in, du tlren bivouacked fur the night. Early next morning purouit wah returned hy Powell's cavalry. lie captured 14 jtieoetJ of artillery in the woods. At Woodstock tbe column halted for reK, and soon retured toward-a Strasburg, picking up Biany prisoners by the way. Kavsis Crrv, Oct. 22. ,F?a:fi8!1,yfSterdJiy between V.'t,!e Ulue i U lliiW and ltderndcnce was a galUnt affair. vvs loucnr. i-nce s entire army nve nours.- McLenn'iS Colorado battery sileoced the rebel gum. . ; A dmbiacs has jast been received from Gen. 1'leasanton Elating that be was press ins Price with 20,000 men. lie huu luught the hi un tho field yesterday, drove them . from Indepemlencc and is now pushing them pressing lloou, wtao is rcuiattn ;..i..i i tharrlv. l'xioe is hcadine lor Kansas and Gauadcu. llnod will lie c-omiielled to wiae may cnu tbe State in his rctrail. Our mar had ii fSbarpklrmish with tbc rebel at tne IV.g Illuc this evening, capturin; rcbelirarri fcilKtrrtnie fourtx-en Kansas City, Oct. 23 A jjcncril little bus been fought and n victiry wwC: Pricc'e whole army is rvtreat intr ramdlv south Out cavalry are in hot pursuit. ""Ail together, with Pleasooton's uiisiwi ui ?' . " rcWs may .strike lor ton "acott, but will be too ciosciy lOliOWCU to I C10&C1V lollowtu to uo niuoo aamiaic. i'irtsunton closea ytteraay 6 battle piqrrnga hrazenuml-erol pnswcrtt and pii,on anilierj . 9 moraine Tour line wbs formed the milW tfouth x Kansib City at the Westport road, ckiraisnin contmuca t-erenu aours, I w'icn t.ic w.. .Ir f rcc advnnid and -"tr !U 'ing en ui i'ic r ' ! rr i . and . Tui- i p vv .i .. i ni"-- .1. from t!:e ui p -iti.m. An Ttillery cnie mMiiti.eneiiirii.il...! I i..r in:antrv in lf.e tncintime slowly advanct.it. The fi;',tiD0- vrn krpt i.i f. I ill from i 1 i- p .int. i .e . r '1 lallln,' 1 i. k In n. I'i iiint n i.. i ;..i.. i . or l-.it ani a 'ran 1 c ir loll -we ! i." ii. the total rout o. lit r. , Wl.eii our informant nt; : wlioie cavulry lorce w r.- in It, .t pur-.ut it the living rchels, the infantry lol! v i:i them i (en. lilnnt h ol eommrn ' .;"t'.i'y.'. r oii ti e lett an 1 ( n. Detrl. ' t 't r t . -tre, nil . oiup f ! of mil.tiiwl. . 1 n..l U'lmvetl guliantU. Our !o-s is no: :ieavy, t 1 1 i! i . . . judging from the nuroher ol' .ii a 1 it"l . : eil lelt on the field must lu.ie I en u , CTeat. " , W-;ni.i . I ' fne rchel loss rei.e'it'. n.,ir:. In ' ' . i tlm numlier 7,M1t were i : .n 1 ,i. . t iuyi ,, ...mj.j i:.. i .. . .. .. -j WM mt , ,,. Kvrr; ,', ' eer in one brigade of (irjer's Uiwm in w woiir.ded or killed, and in ai. ther..n!ytliree are left. Deven's brigade alone captured 22 ' guns ; Curtis' brigade guns : un.l 14 uns weretniten by I'.'l PowiII in t',.- ; nr.. r. Thursd ;y. heriaan's an i.l in tl..' t.M i .1 1 ;'.. ; say their genii 1 1 were 'I meeting tne i.t:. ( or; withdrawn fr. m ti.e vnlliy. Iiit ii. niation of Sheridan's abe.iee, and on an easy victory. "i '.. m ! it i. TJieflrriaW, .is...n: Uigh military aut!, .riti. - ir. .: Geau Giant can now with a it w ins take zUctmaood, b.u i- vi I' '' ' ' Ii mrs - nil! ! n. .. wait a little longer aad gi t i: n.-i . .t great a loss of LiLw- tiea. Otx's order for oar troops t i the rebel latadits atirosi tbe Canada lm ..l ! vi-worarly sustained, and followed up . our fffof ettuaeot. It is alleged that Sec. Stanton will he Taney's successor, and that Gen. Banks will sueased Stanton. Ntir Yvmx, Oct. 25. Aa order has been issued by the Richmond war tasss conscripting one fifth of tbe em ployees ia the ordnance and other him aus, thus adding four thousand to the military fores. The order ia eooaiderrd a hreacj of faitb and gives great dtssatisfac'.i.in. It shows tbe sttaits the retiris are u ! ictd t A meat oVmoaatratioa of at least 1000 YanJceea below fbik towards Weld .n, X. C. is uaentiuned by tbe tioIdboni Journal. Ltaugatitet in aa order dated ( h t. r.tli. take ciiaanwnd of his old 1st corps. A Uly called the JunioT Reserve of S. C. and in sistisg of oae reghnent and a hattali .n have brraotsaed to the rebel government, and have been rsoerrtd and placed in the trenches at Richmond. The Augusta Chrankk says : (Jen. M utn wbo bolds Atlanta has contracted hi lines considerably, so maeh so as t leave rt.it tbe city oat in the eoU. Ivers.ni a n-'vl ' odoael ia tbe vicinity untie a ui-Ii ' through this part without ttutw-nng any ia- TAB Mar at, (ia.. tnltlhgenrer says i1..- re- ' bets are making arraagenaents to enur At lanta aad securely take it. Xkw Vosk, Oct. 2 ". The UratC Ctsstaaooga ourresp.n.unt of tbe 18tJ aava Uen. Sberutan i not i- ;.'i ing Hood bat ts mamging if poesiul.-1 . . -p aim opia tbe valley and starve buu m de.it . Hood Has wefully iailed in fiiviin tr ciiit.. nnr naplies. lie is trying hislxst t av.ii a fight- Ueattempted Uisneafc lack tiir...;1, Soak Crack Gap, bu Soding tbnt -"iti. t blocked an, be aoaatio' ed tne attempt, i '.is mornins: he is renorte; a mile and a half lw- ! low lalsyette. Sb atatl is er!i:iin m miles Irom ana. Nwr Votut, Oct. 2"i. The TriswaT'l dipatch fr the Am. of tbe James, Oct. 22u, aayvi : Two n n ' lat teries eoaataracttd by (Jen. Butler n .lam. -River, near Chapia S BiutT. opened on '.' rebel gaabtaits hi tba nesaicy, and tir... but one troa-eJad half a mile further i.i i , river. The iron dsd fSnalty went ..; i.- One wooden runbunt waa see-' ,,vai..i : . iron chad ram eaarjsiatiir' casualties awn; one rar . .1 .rt I Bieianond r-- . despatch- i. 1 ' .. 1 . de '...it I!i I 11 V . .M.( I 1 .u ', I , 11. 'ii I... . I'm- ui - ' . 1. M.t .-.! ii'l NlVV "l'K I ;. s.ild tin afternO'in at 217, I, .isl' I I.e llrrnd'9 cnrrep.i!iilt Sheridan, ot the 2th. n n-stirK HI IH'irlv tles.'1-ii : the ba'tle t V 1 pt ' 11 it' ' .'i t i' 11 .rt 1 -lu.ruit -i' .it . - 1 ' r. t!. Utli, a iv I.'aJIM. nink .n I HI . Kuirry H-4vn". h i- u.'i i... I.-. :iii.HuUmi. ' .irniy a-- ai-.l - n. -.uumuiiitinn. I ,.VM i-'iiull .tr"!1. -'- ! on Itsrul- t mitlifrtl nt'tn i l irjr' ut it v n-ilt-rtrm- mutii tnits n. .ri I i . , i u .( sttti.- d-if- A lulUT ICfUt t'i' I'" -1 . I i ' thtnik" l- .'iUcTi'j.iu untl mi i.u t the month s opi niti .n-. , .a,.n,:iu w!,rk (). :rui ('tf.'i illy 1 .-t'.. w i- r ' srni, ' An,)ther correspondent I x y (j ry made a i. e.u.i.oi- r . i ke fi,,. ,.8'.Mowray town, ui.l.-'.r. rLr s.nvslrv w.is ..: Mt .1 . . that the remnantiof Kulv '-. i. i !. n :. ' r- U...1 I1...I ... ..... ikA ,in1 ,um 0ll.v , 1 . 1 . " portion ot tho rebeln wuo t?oaietj .. t armi and out of their I rnii i::blc but pte- o remainf New York, Urt. - Tho Tnhune's Washin-rton 'lisp-u h v The authorities of the Briti-h lrn t:i t at length di-iiovcml in th "ir -o-c-i n. i a source ot trouble, and an nrxi-jt. rid of them. AU possible aid will be cxtcn! in bringing theaedisturbersot int. n. .ii n , peace to punishment &rc. Stanton is quite ill from a Icvtr Cincinnati, Oct. U . The Comrntrool't N.u,bville'JiBnateii m- Sherman in at Baylcvilii.', mart." is.ir Ki,, . north to t' e Tenneatee Kiver, or tm.t.. Ui , Jaoktouvilie. Ui& armv ta- uraiitiu i,iK. dee'.itutc of ohoed and lotxl. The railioad from Chnttatioii will ' lepaircd hv Thnrsi-i. r.i .VI. L.ill.'-v'i I'aHeruters ouana tba reported of the rennessen by Fo'rest fieliw Ff.ren' iTO!lTl AU : anu -ay -IX rcnel re-mi ported at Centrevilli . On accot.nt oi .11. I, nita! mini it-rriiia- vr.mxsn d.hucu Sue Mi q the ni.n u . , ur . m.'.- v nd thcnT rxinisrAtt- i-irr. in. . T .u . rfcently captured on the Cumberland River, -were ahot in retaliation. sovnLTv ix art: the art ok , t .o 1 xt re a ism r l to . - e I w e w. r. I, oci . . I 111 Jiloro' ll.i.r Dve, wii vh i ti.o uii.y euemical ...aioiaau. n .a exist ence wbl!i ohanxe the color of tae hair withuut t I -'.: 1 r,,.. . .. -L .T ..: II, a It-'trs 1 1)1 II. I1 . .. . 'n'j' ii nit fitii'.rifirtMu. . i . a-.uii.t t.. tu.' i',.e, m ..ri;a . aaa prcn. -l- 'lie 'jrr..wth an.l p' rl. t hei th . f the hai-. sn! I it,' I, when uit.i 4. .w, a la:. u.irt that prt teeli the fi'irea fr m decay un :er a i circumsuncs and nnder all ciitaci. Manufactured by J. CR18 T VD Ri. v tnr noose, New Vork. Bold by . all H-. -i-'i A- I'.u.; il. rh-en ! " .'.aw. 'a t't. roii: tv t kveti i UMMKvr I C. i r i. w t.i rirt t lt(e-i, i a few h ur To .tit i'.e ri ei .ill. It ! o'rf.-ctly innoeei.t t. t ie int..rnilli . ai 1 - i.' .'ampn.iei by the nvst em nmt Phjun'ianj in t.V L i.ited States. Price 1 aid tf1 teen's. i 4 ...v l ! 6. 143. T ! T i N . I' ir I- r I la..' u ' . Mf t . i.rt i'. 1. i."i 'i.t w : eat-uv. 1 i'.'l i an inirril w-li an evt "n 'nft "me In . i - f i i - n t ,.jul C .n JI r' u- I r.--gi-.i it a a n.wri Bi reaie-ly. V..ar "t?nftian liorc Liioment st.tt. .s utiriraih'.l aia h. r,e ui.!l. cue -iua;t lair.cn &i.i Uatui.u . n th'- cacal. WJL LEU IS, ;i., t v -.'i rrjieaCanal. . v ai. it . . ." Cortlsx. !: . . - . .'a.vlm VM" rilK.lRt' r... '1 -', fi 'j;., I' 'i ... . i.I I r t'ic rc.Kl 1 '.' i.-i ii:(T(ift rOR h. . ti a l! .1 t i-I'll, ui.tive 1't c I tion, i ad- .1 . . . -. once : . i. -v - .- . ?ant ' - r.-: . .. '... -. 'ts : p.. ' ii-er bet y f .r t .e distressing u- . m pulmonary organs thu While many InTerior commanity have failed gained friends by every . the afflicted they eaa it ..' "- -u . i t.' 1" . ai-i arei.t t-. virtue atf k n wbat ai.t'Jote t.. U i ' I r.'. t in 1 - ' -ares too aamarous and too i ... .rl. i 1 t . '' : r. We caa nlj a-.ure t .. eanfalH U-pt ui-1 t that It au rr r 1. i . .i that it has ever d. ur. Orsrstaasabera oi t.cr men, aad eminent i.e.- pa tie, that its quality Is 't ever has been, and la for their relief all .j u. i a, Phytic ians. States i.. -, 'aave lent tbeiraamea ' lalnes of ear retned ' i-riuitlnsertioaof them. i ta certify the uTtra. tnt spaseher.' wul n i l: e Agents bel. r n. rurm,ii gratis oar Anemi- ca AufAXkcia aj .-a 'i.ei are given i with also fall iwriptloni-.! thee 'i.i .i its they ears. Th -0 wborequire n-i . . 'ill. -' medsriae to purify the I.' ! will in I Ar . . . t !. Ext. Saasaraa ilu. thi remedy t . .:-.' Trv it inee, and yoa will know its r.tna Prepare ! hyj. C. AVER .t r i., Lowell, Mass. Oet. 2-.a wJw C II BROKER P1LLI SS.T C I'fL PEiIAt.- it -ii t luaTOIt. HEALTH I'i: laSERVEh I ERT.-H.V.1.YD Jf.frK. fsruei'V.-.-c' tf O1 rrvr'jiv.. sd l rr-e' R , . .'it n r'Ae-raers i They ci."j o." a-M th -c uuirou saseatlial -,la;fr. .J -rr-ilartv . If They e.i.-s bti'.tir'.1-r.xc-..i'i aad Ta -:.'i. Sfcastraat a They ci..-eir:cu t t.i - They jre N r.a, and ;..aal Ar.et u paiastu ' 1 -ack.. -.'i 1 wcr p.ir- ,t tl.s I Ucavin. It' . evert. "., Palp.tat . ' of the " ' t. 1. '..-, t v.r :. iijster-a, . c . liejula '-ii 'i'.- . '?,(". laawori. bj r , m.vr. '. . Irr .. . it., t ,cv r...i ve tas cai.? and . . - ' -o ' ' i' - Ir ''U It. t .. ,..e Vie'. i e aim.".-, fi t j ?ont. .' . '.-- a''. 1 Ji c : -titul a". . - 3t 1 .a i t ' -a .-till, has r i ' , v i- . w . . - - - u . 1 ui '.i be a.. . , u- r 'i.' a . ' '. .t a? i a t.. i . - i . -. . . . .r . a.iti. v . a ' t ' -.-V " - . on,, . fr...v ii. .' .,(fr . :.. i. aL ui i l , . c. i . . i. ,'r ..' X. o.- .a .n its : r I. ' a.i I'M ta.e, t ,' ,T ' . . a., r. U. . .u.' iir. tv n. m.".wix & co., , II P H 't'KUT. R. ' L 7' t-tit, Now V'.r. J,- " ..is A R R I V A I. (I F and Winter Goods. I ran -V. J HWK ii..'H tC. ' K '.V Ivrn A - r"ci 'SI tOY.liVHC 1. r 1 h , l u:T r. . V ri.dTIIlNC. i pr i'e a- it art .1 "Ii. I S'IIU.1.' - . 1 o w th l'.e . inir.m tmk.vt 1 the i'iarl. 1; w ' r c-iv !'.. 1 r. a . -:.c ud .v L ER .' I ' riit.'ti c- ;. He ot I' HRt 1 V. 4. I'KEbTOX. HoK.'fcl. Aay Aciitx, truiy and 1 iV'es W asll tXtiT IN, r. C, N". til Nn . tuel. iLht KLAMi, i',... No. 1 Ljuian - IW, I'l'BIalwH THK ARJ1V llt:it VI.D. PeusiOHs. BouMitf, Bark I'av. Prize Monev. Oiaehartred and Rcij:iicd Oflicera Paj. a- 1 r: t.'.er AY R 'lfiF. fr ' r -in',- , n i r Ui',t -tu a ;, . iis r ,ti - . . - i l'l I - ttf I n . r, . . - r- u I tl -i ' I a A I .11 S . Mier IS-Itarjf ' r .rrle. iMlIvctv' i v. i nu i tl alU-ntlmn t- f.aim- i tAlLE.'.Mf I i (.. th?r ar1 te1" r t i i - le If t ar-1 j.v i t - r .'( ,00, i Ao (tfcurf ('I- n I -' I . an ! l k I' t I r UOt. I AFTI-R Wf ! 11" - j ht mntiii . mdi-t ' -; ie pf tit! it. r an I In- hiMr-- Wrt" w 1 m i ' r tht''V rant W W ' -I 1 enzrj3t lintel I.ht.-n . . (iraut. un I tin 'rm,- - -. ri a t lull .: ft wiU -jfii'1 . 'h'tuif I ii-nr"' it prrnt t u m , ai ir I'lif vc.ir an! i.i'.l ti ai t : l r ui f;. " I.l.lt A it 1- '1 - I v?r'tiUl t- C IWi if! Mill 1 v. . tl i i u. Hni f K-i ' 1 ' ' 1 i t-rf uMaortttn'j Armv ant Naw Agents f r w .i ilpt '?ct';nrprii--int oU I ! . in r "C.K1 t., .Cl A' 1 ti.-'t; llec n .r wir .'i.i nt t- r common I him nit persons that have CiMOi tticv w'stit coiicte'i pruii'tvV. I t"' .'o' it tr V,- nj&ui n F. ITade, J 'm l,m'.ri f C'n-rfttV,. R Tclllcy, Wm. Jo' L ' t -n. Va L .' j'-r. Jj'"j '.. wivr ESTR vv. a r'1 V1!" i'..i t'ic en jr" f the --ab- -xr na lao . ith nt . a ia. J ..roe. about a year nld. tth n . anon oa mad lett. Thi owner m brrtby request cl to prove property, pay diaries an.l take him AVAHAXDEFl ARTHERTDN. Fjox, Vt., Ott. ith. Wat NOTICE. N -CTICE is 1, - vrr. to all pors . n w'.i .r- t."i. tt a'M - I'i if nast i V-s. ia t'.c (. '.n .a I: ii "f i c li.a .: Mi.i .n, m He t .m-.ti l h tt tI t. Tn'i -1 . -1 z uxainattnn lor tca-hera Rquiru oy law within fa ! town, w'.I V liuld at the KhilrMim at Milt'in Kills, in aai.I t wa. on the I'.h dai-uf oreraiMr. at t i.'ri.ck m t'l""". All w"'rim ileaijntaK h teai a la the ;t it promptly at tho tim and p ao al ret.i d. .u.m ... i..a .m , .wii an uv-i v i'i i'e yrc- .111 eiiiij are repecuu U'i curoau !D.:-t wt w Ttwn apt . C lilt' , NKW BUOKS. 4 MERIfAN Anici1 Book, with Eighty ll.ua J tra'lon. by Tnl Nom. The acrjirepd B U.ut Slav-rr, prfpard in -': f-r uuuiitatiuc, jut n.er pu aiiUcd until d-jw. I 'T-itd. rma aad War-ue, . J. ' F - c Tract- ' ' P 11:- of th. tr ' ho .nt'TtA'.E - n n &o.i i s j "Th? Ti-wr i'rirc - The Ocean WatW.' Received at Oct. 17. .Wa."! II DKTINGTOJS. CWEET POTATOES conitantly on hand and for O sale at Xo.2rnlonBlock. VERMONT PORK, r.10tlsale at So. 2 Union Block. 'I'SIPE la Stars aad for tale at No.2.CnleaBlMk. o.vioxs: onions: Bl'SHBLS lat rteetyed aad fir sale at Xo. 2 Colon Blocs. 50 g.VLMOJi, hew eatehy at Xe.2 1'ntsn Dteet. Oct. 2Mb. W. W. DREW A SOX. SKI, I, IX (7 AT COST TTAS I'BaSED to be aa ladaesateat to porch a-ers X JL in ineee nw wee days when the pries ef eisrythiar; h deelfaad. lia o niu1 Any one wishis; to purchase anything ta the way SF-DJIY GOODSl ii bereby inloriaed that at E29Iilli IS.IIlIjOli-S, So. 15G Church Street, i iuodi are selling at a isaall advaate ea presaa r.i ui- with- at regard to eott, aad m eonarmatiKi o .tatcment all are invited ts call aad exesaiae .' and iiricei. .t -Hi. dawtf MAC VZI.VKS. HlIt:,r;R'Sf..rX..-.iniUr l."!.'i' '" Ljtlv'a l-riend lUeeired by Oe 21. B. A. PtTLLFJl. ruovwLzt-fMCK, i-'Lonu. rpHK celebrated Bossadale Flsar kwisleaaasantl 1 ooaaad. Also, all attwr kladsef Maetac a- Winter Waeat Floar. at WABitEB. A ABAlfBS, Ort.7. Ita.71 Tl ARPER"8 Maawaine for Horsnwar. It 1 Lauir ft on i '9morests Book of Fashioa I. jUss " " lUsslvsdat Hot. 'A tlAxCaTa. 'I'iilSday meivsdat Oet. 18th. B.L THat POUT A VS " We've teen ataay a aerfaet hrlak fsssnsf." rpms however. Is not cswarally tae oass and thi'e X who hays say jissiatliins ts respectability will repair at oaes ta SluttMCk A: rinunsrnn'. SO. 1 CSli'X BLOCK. sad pareham oae of their new style Gent's Hals. We have also oa hand aad w si, (gold is tail ing, donl you see it', a very large and cnohms. sortmeator FVK GOOltS. Our a.-'.rtment of Bunalo Robes. Lap Blanket! c, mi r.aases anything ever offered in (Us market We iiare tbe largest assortment of G la O V E S Styles and pness oan. ever c red In this market. But fa i tu rn.t Truaka, Carpet Hags, Vnlivea, id everv thins ia oar line we keep eoastentlv on l and our assortment of OEXTtl FCRXlaUlSti i. ..DSiathe largest and best ever offered in this . - i lty. . a ,itin is the life of trade. i ... mdseeos' Call aad see us' "Wed. .n't aur . . cr much." SIIATTTCK 4- PLAXAOAX. , 1 . &AB0I TIIK WOMIKItl'l'L HKIAIXOTVlE. M!i.a nifMASEl'ORhai purchased, at an enor i. u epene, thia w.iiderfal lnatTatueni of 1 r u.v.'ull.m. b wlrc'i -he is enabled to tae a le Miniature of the person yoa will mam . i 1 he- a--tr.il .g e U powers can foretell ti.e 1 i, ; i evuit. oea.i i.r v .-ar ae, color r y ur i. . 1 ci . an.l wl.etl.er of light ..r dar .in ' i. Kncl we St ce ,ts and red stamp to Urawer I, . ir .t. .vlich., ani i.n will returu Minitiire 1 ' rettt-n i"-t. Oet. JI. dawlw miKOSKXE OIL. A T Wbolissli aad Batail, as cheap as can be bought elsewbere, at HO. lOSlOX BLOCK. II K A .V S . FKW.boshelsof very sirs Beam at . Xo. i Cnioa Block. r.Nj. JOnlauBloeK. W. W. PItKW SOX. Oet. Ii. KEN F. I T lEHEi ! VTIT LIXIME.'VT. Batfr." -ntift' ii .iciscalletl to thfi most tf t "f 1 Lit lU'i.:,.. a perfect and Ppeetij l - ali ti.e swiu- u 'i pa nj that lteh xm hvir to. KHtl MATlM 1 i tariat' n -t tie fltthis. axasin-? f-.'m ci'.-! w an ' r-ri-'Oelon and aL':l-n re 1, i "i.u i hy a few U.ttif f i i iji-uuiaitsc L.:...uent ioailr S1-"1 i . r t tt. iscni igia V -4 f i'Im t, . ly an in1amat!on m u. r "tr i mtt.intii urei by a few appl.trat-m .i ,u ' Ivlita ua'.iJ Lmuaeat. IMaKtRISY n -i i.iiLiiit.n oft -e iin!n4f the n1!-! cured i iv t 'tu - vt K-u iv- Rlieoumttc Liaiiiuoiat. IIKL IHES tH itt. Uy a trUtl'ifii pressuro f tbe Sesh ani .-.iiit'! "ne i --u." 'S m-tanttj rcLcTe"! '-j iti ili'a R:ictiuiat L atment. CRAMP a C.-ntrar?!!' n of tho mu-cles, faued ' a iu!!ea ije of t'sn?r. ut ttaid, wdi.i. iinj-xeni-' am- ii il hfc ha. n a rreea (w i cur-! iy a tew ai-i.-' j.tu.v ! tweuuetl'di. heumatic LminWDt. BILKU S COLIC ia o.i aneur.l'r, n thest.jraach anl v"wli 1 hup t Mposinful "I ienn-dT' Rheumatic Un ait .t m w &riik water rt rv half nunr ooul ourrii .OOTII 1KT M IIOARSKl,: W c m-ievi " an uu'i dryness of th zln ij r, r .ft). if tlannpl tn KennedyN Rheiimatitj I. : in-r.t. apptv it m '-;ns' to bed, and )wa will h Wi-u i'i tlie morning. HF. VI.(.1U: M THROBBtX. Of TIIK TEMl'L-E. etiu: '. y a pre u from In,niril'rr'iK-iiiit'0 i cured 'v a ti-wa,plicaticnsif Kennedy" Rhau a.ic Liniuient. WK1KNK.1S Ol' TUB HCK Fi'i.'.w tJifim-ctnin in the circular a-oui.i Ajh 'M'ttlti. FOR VV t r-CERATKISORETIIUOAT V. J i Hakeonetpuoafalof the Unimant and day. In a few di H wilt be well. TMs one teapwi-nfal will be Worth a dollar to you. FOR ItROXCIUTls. Antl ah tnOaniation 1 1 UMUiroat, toaaiu ana pi ato. withadrj haekias eotth, yoa will dilate the L.uiaieat with fmr or ire tiroes its balk of water ja . thehruatyd i wallow he moUtare. rt It ' I'd for TuOTWACHE, ClRtCHBESwCLLBa Fa. t..iP LAVATio.f asferery kind. Erery fam- ' ijtmii have arannppty mr lm wimietr. i Manauct re! IKNALD KENNEOr, Ro xm t. 1- rc .x cer.t' Ai-ril . ni dawttlr C IDUR MII.IaS. JL'aT rccei.e i MiotWrlot ef faallj CWr 1, .t - rEincB'5. . 4 AL'CTIO.V SALE "TriT.Lbe told at PaUe .nrtlen en Taesdar. Nor. in. at the reiMenee f S. IL We-?ia, In W inoniki Fall, twa Maret, which eaooe t&te tbo enclotfure of tbe tahserHwr an the rt f Jc&e, acd impoairled In BuifnaeaV adrertised. ht nerer OAlled ftr. S. II. WTO". ict, ."th. dawtw FALL AXD WINTER GOODS OPE5ED THIS UT. Plaiu and Fancy Shlrtluc FluniieU. CLOAKS, SHAWLS, BALMORAL SKIRTS, DRY nOODS.tcfc. Ml -ire nrftei ti eall and examine sool9 and Huh pri e$ At tacits. bept. 1 0th. LI N BX I A M ASKS AND .V .1 P II I .V .V. JI' -.' puriz c 7tfe of eheap Linen Dimas. Ier 1 Ti'ua Spreads, very low, also Linen 'apklnt ht i IiacsTanelwweU, tegether with a lot of Crash I T ' i''.tli4fitiydamasedby Water, for tale very ' l. , iQaseeepers will here find seme useful goods at about eta pneei, at LT3IAS-S. Sept. 2tth. HORACE tVADSWORTH'S ESTATE. rpo the Hon. the Probate Court for the District of X Grand lale, Jahei Ladd or Grind Isle and t elfin F Robinson of South Hero in said distnet or (1 rand lite, admlalitritor f th I Mtate onllorace i tta-liworth, lateof aoathnerodrccaie1,b: leaie , to apply to yoar Hon. Court fur license to o nvey to I (."hanncey Smith, of Alburth in the Connty ot 0 rand i lite the .Vjm ltnut, and the lan.il thereto be jonzlns', together with the balldln thereto beh.ns jac at Albunch Springs, and la pmseMisn of fad t hanncey Suntu more particularly described in a , Imw.1 or Contract of the raid Wadsworth, dated 1st J day of September A. I. 15. Vvhtch SAi.l nnmkM U4ranr1, w, a at thtt I time or his death and in his Ufa time under con tract, bindin? in law anil rnnltr. In twd ,.iui Smith. " 0ILE3 nARBIXnTOX, Att'y for Ladd A lublnson. Alborjb, wthOct- ISM. STATE OP VBRJI0XT, ? TT Is onlerf.1 by the flsraicT or saa.viisu,ss 51. Fiotate Court fcr thedHtrietaJoreaid. that all mfmm MiwrnMl 1m, notified, to appear beniretaVd Court eta le-si "0 thereof, to be kolden at the Prbate Onwe in K. rtl. . f " the 14th day of Norember next,at 10 acl ' A. 3(., aad show eaa.e, if any tbev may hare, why the liberty aad authority rn)Kstel ia theforeiuiot rr-" uvH.t am oe crantea. saa xor tnat pur- !, the md api4iBatitn toHaer with thia ordr ve j-aouanea in um fwruntoo f ree rraM, pnntea at a-iaraBftoa, three weki raceea-i-relj. as toon a aur la. In wita.M whereof I hare hereaato aftxed the teal ef aid Cnrt aad ntbasribed my same at North Hero ia aid dUtriet thu 19th djr of Oetotcr A. L. U-.) A. KNIGHT, Jad-e. WISW3 CALVIN I'lilSE'TSTATi: STATE OF VERMONT, The Probate Court for i the Dutrlet ut thtt iwriai ornutteBdext. 'IV all prmiu iBterorted ia the entate of Talrln X Peaae, late of Barlintoo ia Mid dtttnet de ceaeed, Wmkai. GeorgB Fraaeia of nld Barlln-gton ha lied in said t'ourt hii fetitiun in wiitin-r sw tvuz forth that .ai 1 deoaaaed was in hU Mie time ttii!tr contract bln-iinx ' Uwaad equity to deed t ti:in aid Franrt. a certain bonae and lt cntjitini aboat ons acre of land -utnated on Tutt'e &trrt in Buriin-.t-D, and occupied by sani Peae in it life time aa humntead ; and prainx 'd t ' urt ti r.rant license t the adminMtratir ..i tii et it , of mid deceased to convey laid premi-jca areca ue to eahl ewotract. hkK' I'u.-v. the aaid f.iura ansintl and j- dsaed tho 1UU day of Noreaer A. D. I-Vt. at t ie Prt'ate Ci-urt f' m. :n Mid liif.triM.tii heur ami decide upon jkit application, and p titin, and r- tierau pu-iiir n ce tnereor t.j siTent all pr--4!H inlt rr-t".l ttiereiiwhr uut.-l.4li in'' -a i ..r W r. tugether wtti tbe time and place of hearing, tim-e wceki su'-cerf-virlv tn the BurhntoQ Free I're-. nenipauir, which circulate in the nei 'Ii -rh" 1 'f tboee persons m tore ted m -iaid eutu, a.. I wti '-'i pu'dicatit'iu -jUali be prariwM to the da a sint 1 ftr heariax. TaKKKF-iKK, yoaara aarehy notified tu appear T-e fre aaid Coort, at the time aad place aiiqied, thvn and iii re in taid Court, to crre hondj?, as Vm law directi, for the payment of the debt, and char :- f admimtration and make your injection t to tlit grantin-; uoh lieeiue, ityox. see caex-ie. tiivn undcrinv ian l,at the Ptobato Cuurt room, thi. nth da -l iK tober A. 1. ,t. T. E. WALES, Jodge. wl73 T. V. I'IIEiaS EVTATE. WEthr ra cri Here baring been appointed by th U0'ralle tne i'rta,te turt for the IHetzictt-f Chittenden, CoaruBUHjners t rccei.e, examine aud atijtut the claims and demands , ail pcmn a-fainrt the estate of Timothy P. Pbeli -late ot Miltn, in aald District, deceased, r. predented insolvent, and alo all elaim and de auuHU eabibitet in otteet thereto, and n avntl. fr-rn tie any of date hereof bem;; allowed by sai'l Cort for that paxpoee, wa no therefore beret pre n-t cc ttiat we will attend to the t-alnes-f oar appo'Dtment, at the dwHinsof George fthtt temore, in Mil too, in aaid Ihstrict, on the thir l Taefdare of Decern hr and March next, at 10 ocluc. A. M-, on each of aaid day. Dated thin -Tth day of Septnnber, A. D. ISM. ii if i vinv LO! Comroiisioner-. J.'S LAJiDOf. S 17w3 CALVIN 1'E.tSE'S ESTATK. trr.KTEOrVEKHOT. miBE noaorablo the District of Chittenden, as. J. Probate Court for the District of Chittenden. To all persona interested In the estate of Calvin Pease, laid of burUngton, uuaid DU.nct, deceased, Gsernie. Waiax-ti'i, M'd Court hath assied the l th -lay of Noremt-T next for tbe settlement of the admin istration account of the admtni-ttrator of the e tate or iai! deceased, and ordercl that j-abl c no tx theret.f be iren to all perns mtereeteil m sai 1 e-tate, b publishing th'i onier three wee1 s aaccessircly preriotH to the day ai'ned, in tlie Burlington Free Preaa, printed in fiorlimcton, id said Ibtrit:t. Thererre, yu are bereby notiSM to appear at tlie Probate Court room, in Burimon, on tho day atsrigned, then and there to contest the allow auce of tai-t acc unt, if yoa sec cauw. Given under my hand, thb Mth day of October A. 1. Ibtri. T. E. WALES, Jode. wI7w3 KIU.AU K. WIIIGIIT'S ESTATK. "rEthencnbor, harins been appotatcd by the liouoratde the Probate Court for the District of Chittenden, Coamiwioncrs t.. receive, exammean't aiut the claim and deanndu f alt pemw. a-i'nt the e-t.ite of KdirarE. Wrtsht. late of Jencho. in said Ihsinct, re"refentcil intwivin:, and also jJi cHimi nd demands exiiitttei in ot--t theretf-. and six months from th day tf the datu bervof. 1-eins allowed by raid Court ft r that pi r p'e, we do therefore sive notice, that we will jt teud tt.- the 'luinL'-i-i of our appoiutmrut at tim dwellinrof Nornxtn HV.bt, fa Jeru.h'', In w -l District, on the fwsoad Tuetays or Dw mber Jti'l March next, at id u ciuc., A. Jt., ou each of Ssud dars. Dated th! J-.M day of September. A. D.t I. 1 Ul.llslD v Kf WlLUAX II. ALLKT, 1 I ALEXAfl'ER Bai-v, i Th eruoot and ii-f- f ton Tele.rapi Com pa- j CBITTE.'ft'ES CoBHTr C-rRT, September Term, 1864. or Trustee. ) Ija.t known, that Waliam If. Allen ft the ritr, .'t-uritj and aute df New Vor.hy his writ dat ed Jiilj t. A. D I I, and made returra' le to tlie County t ourt holifen at Bnrhnson wttmn axl i r theo-iunty of Chittenden, on the 4th Tutda f bcptem er, .-H i, ir aht hs action aain-t A lex an ier IJaia, 'i ;iart-i unknown and rt-i U-ut withiit, the State. derUnn-i atpkiiwt e-tid a.n m an act. n of de it, to recover the amount oi a certain jutUrmmt ty aid Aiien, n ti.v IJth day f Auu-t, 1-u.. n tbe upr'me Court ..f the stale . fNew V rd 6r thr e snny ofNew Vor reco(reda:am t -aid Uain, ; r the sum of '" di .larsdmaue! and ii tt nanar.! 37 ctnt c t, wh'--1 remains unuai' , wh t-'h i l writ i-uel aainyt the atMj.l'?. i-iattelt or estate f the sa-d Bain and also against the V t,raint ani Koston Te!ea;.i C mpanv . a v rp ri..jn, as the Trut r t.io -t.d it-tin , and was .:ul -erred h attjctiinj. a.- t'ie iirprtv ofail Batn, j;o shar" of the eajuttl ;t jCK ui ai'l corporation, -tand.n on tl'e 'lo-ik-s of -vd r.rporati-in in th' i:e of i n-i Johii Maoloitall, and hy sutcm irnx -ail orpo ra tion vut'h T.-u-'te- which said writ wa !ul en terea tn 'aid Court at the return day thereof, and aid corp"r.iti'a ai), -eared anl rnalo ! -t.sureof certain eftVju in its lianda. hut i: aup.irs that thr war are t'ia.uie.l . tbe-ai 1 John lacdoti.U ; and therrup n a"i Court md appoint Rupel Taft, . .i Hiimi-i nr to tali t us trsci.-tmre of aa:( Tr(i!W. a-i i t h. ir, exam n and ltf rmine ail quen'ion-t arL-iQ,; in respect to the liaNiiity of said Trustee .n i th" mrht or 'aid 'laimant, and neither tbe said I. Ala or :iM said Macdmirall haria ap pfn .1 or inilf ac-wer t'j ai 1 otion. and it ap-jH-arn rhat thc were ab-nt from thi- itate at "- timeof tlie jervice of said writ, and have n i return eI within th- same or ha-1 pr-na! notice oi the hnnrcinr or pendency of this suit it a r4"d that not ce :e ricn to the said Alexan'ter Bai'i and 1 1 the ?aid John Slacdousll of the pendency of acuon aud the ubstance thereof and what has tieen tone therein, by publishing the dm and tin- order for three weeaajsuceeseliely m the "Burling ton Free Prr," a Bewspaper puMnhed 1b mi i BnrlinisTton. the ladt of which pahiicatioiTs shall be. as to said Bun at least t-of v 4. and as to -aid Macdourall at least sixt oay-i befcjre the next term of said Court, to be bolden at ea.d Buriiacton on the tirt Tuela of April, VC5. to which thu cause is continued , at whiah term "aid Bala is required to appear an-t ma-. e answer to said actios, and said Mawd'-acall to appear and make pod bis claim to the effects in the hand of said Trustee. Datcl at RuxtlnKton ia the County of Chittenden this Uth day of October, 18(4. A. J. HOWARD, Dep. Cl't. DAN'L ROBERTS, Atfy. w!7wX OAVID MA COMBER'S ESTATE. 8TATE OF VERMONT, rn HIE IlAnerable the District of Chittenden. 1 B.M.J1 Probate Court for th District of Chittenden. To all r0B interested la the Estate of David Maeesaber, late or Weetlord, in said l.atrkt, de ceased, GBcrnu. WsjEBUfl, saM Court hath assl-pjed the J3th day of October next for the settleracnt of the admin istration account of the adminUtrater of the estate of said deceased, and ordered that public n 'tie thereof be tren to all peraoas Interested In said es tate, by pubusbia thii order three weeks saoce-v sireiy previous to the day aasiffBed, in the Burling ton Free Press,a Bewspaper printed In Burlington tn said District. Therefhre, you are hereby notified to appear at the Probate Court rooms, In Burlington, on the day asicnod, then and there to contest the allowahce of said aooottnt if yoa see oaae. Given nnder my band, this lit day of October. A. D. 134. T. E. WALES, Judge. wlw3 ISAAC GOODWIN'S ESTATE. STATE OF VEUJIONT, JnprjE ITonorablo the District of Chittenden, ta. i X Probate Court, for the Diitrictof Chittenden. To the heirs and all persona Interested la tho es tate of Isaac Goodwin, late of Milton, la raid Dti trkt deceased. OtezTtxe. Wat axis, application hath been xna.de to this. Court in wrttins, by tho .tdntlnistrator tf said es Ute, pmyin; for license aad authority to sell tho real estate ef said deceased, for the ptymect of debts, and charges of administration, and scttls; forth therein tho amount of debts dee from the said deceased, the charge of administration, the amount of personal estate, and tho situation of tho real es tate. 7nxBitrro, the said Court appointed and aa stoned tbe 29th day of October, A. D. 1S0I, athe Probate Court rooms, in said District, to hear and decide upon said application, and petition, and or dered nubile notice thereof to bo siren fall ner- ! sons Intcre-ted therein, by puhlishln: raid order, I tocther with the time ana place of hearing, three I weeks successively In tho Borllnoa Free Press, a 1 Dewspiper, which circulates In the neighborhood of th-oe persons intreted in said estate, all which publleatlous shall be previous to the day assigned I fer hearing. lnxBcroRK, yon are nereoy sounea to appear before sahl Court, at the tlzno and place asxUned, then and there in said Court, to sire bonds, as tho law directs, for tho payment of the debts, and cbir-esof administration, and make your ohjeo tions to the srantin; such license. If you see eu-e. Given under my hand, at the Probate Court rooms tnu ana day or September, A. v. 1 T. E. WALES. Judge. w!6w3 txcry. " ' " 1 1 .c;AMh a nnmrtprR. in considerable numbers. Jaal8"6i