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THE BURLINGTON' FJTEirPllESSjJFlUnAy MORNING. KOV 4. 18G4.
Snv Y..HK,Ort II 'trf-i VTinc)ie'tv !ii ati of the -t -ye .tissut.Mtii.it .' r..'. e! still i. n eoui-iileraMc firce in t'.e "Ui-j which ',' " i " i ' t tl;ii tL,rit the r-sitianiaeJ I- '.I- have had a lnrf-e force of cavalry in j nrsv Valley nnd to ascertain its strength i t ..four catalrf tinder 'ilij. Uibrsm wen: j out on the 24th. They aMM man the I -!- itho ):.) Mire 0'ir ti. ! " 6"n j i!c 'lur men i nr-wl n C""-"'dera I i-iaim. i. iiiurlnii a !' t'f full m v- I risinr- until uie reneis " !' ,ticn- -V't navinc uu- u.j , , t,.in:ikc an attach mw ami w de ired inf..r.nation Maj. (Ji'wn ic urn -d ,-.1MJ 1 . 'i:.3St:Lj s-ahuOnntlirtg wit riturri in (lie i r o" front It mat. liether a fight Li.inc on in luat vieinttT Im9 i:-t 'ten NiwYohk. Oct. 23. . r:it- jndciiee has pA&c N'tutt n Gen. ' i. ii 'i I -"e "opcerning lhe ixindition ol .- iiirp n lotli tiihy. aad it iu- heeu jr.. i uj. .n to al ow FuppHe to he lorttard .-!' j rig.rH i on eas;b eiM The modi lie pted forthwith Tt e raid lcarr' from hiffh military of the critie.il li'nt that tlw rciNrta itt r id Oen. Nierman armv in (leorjiiii w: H unfounded. Atlanta ha nearly f mntht 6unn!i forst nrriftoo. V - i anctlur inirwrtant puiot i well t t '. rbttiKon "J lien. Sherman's I n' Uim- and it- well .unplicd. U limond TRier. of the 25tli continue to a 1 1 i 'V'T Dirlv'b defeaiand demand that he - -mh Jed hy Juhnston. Loiisvri.LE, Oct 27. I ' '- i. V Xaxhville dittpatcIu-H say that the hd inn m had cruasrd tlie river near th. mouth i,l White Oak Creek. A f' il'-ntl iWicr who wae captured at ''Kill, ha eeeat'cd and arrived at Llays , ih' report that he left the main fore li .1 f :irmy Tui-d;iv morning. ii. .it V arrenton lie understood that n'-l- -nti mi.-d to ctok the Teanesnec . . r m thi viiinitv of OunteTCTille. r ir n iKjrted to be thruitenins la- .. nti .i large force. Our aniliUry are Kien lor its aeienec. Xkw Yo, Oct. 2S. - :itiiliiii North tar, hrooi Ajspinwall '. ha arrived ; alao ntwawpr Atlanta from '' n Orleans 18th. i .old sold to-day at 21&. Ssw Yoks;, Uct. 29. Kii'ImiioiiiI pnjTe of Wedneaday give an a l ir. i-s I.. Jen. Ktrly to hie troops. He t i '.nti - l-p. .left nt to their disgraceful pro j ..-ity for iJunder I S'Htmel i .mfinno the report ol the ar-n- mint to wivi supplies to prfaonera on ; i "t'it. n."".a e from the fjowmor ol AUhaata ... . :in. the Lei-i.tture for not making an tit i iTi'iiion tor the defence ottbefitate - returned V- mm in a black envelope. t militia of Aiuhansa are virtually dis-bandi-d. iiaior Hill ot lia., in a letter reiteimtea . Hum-' aertion that two-third of the . ! army nave derertul. t - r. 1 1 aper hare reporte Irom Hood's Imt not a late a oarn. loe reporte New York. Oct. 29. T Frilniu's Warren Station correspnn r n v - The mowment of the army ol the 1' t ii . ; excuutid was a left flank one, i.r. . nt In bwiniring round t.rwards the ..Dtli side railioad and the Ai)f9uiltai. i . it mine ttie lth corps. Uie lht division 5 j t s. .n airy and the other divisions . I. if i" the 5th corps upon the rijjht ii "I whieh a guo a pivot tbe rev.jly-.'.-1 ' turiied, while the two diyisson of i , . i 'iirj kept time with the movement Chattasoooa, Oct. 28. zxTiilltw yesterday threw off the t' .i laili below Adairsville killing i -ii. m.'l wounding eight. The guard rlli.4 the enemy were dnven off ' miking any captures of persons or - . Th' railroad is repaired to Atlan 1 i t"i!D li lt ior that puce this mor- Nasui itxs, Tcnn., Oct. 29th. '.. ii. (uilette liax just bad a inguiaary it ;li- uit.t Itreekenridge's tbrecs in East . i, t "i: pleteiy routing and driving in ... .-i ti lauj'-iiV brigade, lasuiy miles. Ii. t'jlii is ol tue liveliest vhariet'-r. Our i . 1 r t.-n g satut'8. We captured nearly o n hi rn including C'il. llutte, eotu i imiiiy j oncadi-. The eeklirated MeClay tti i v. u captured entire. The tailing of .i- in i f the most glorious charges of a .ii Hie n-li'ls iu their flight threw ' tl ' ir arm- and abandoned much pro- Ti eri'lK-! killed and wounded were in "in pot .ton. tjen. fiillette is still l ,! pur.-ut. St. Lous, Oct. 30. 'n. Ii It o'KJ killed and 1200 wounded on In i i m tbe late battle. Hi army is i- . i of three divisions of nine brigades ' i i. -iincutK, averaging 400 men to each, I. - .i Urge irngular force. He was in !- r i inty on Friday, and said to In- pe-eed by our forces He had but 2 - 1 artillery and one of them was disa i TV c miitry is full of his stragglers. i l'i-k. after a onferenoe with Gen -i i..ii- at VVarrenslturg. has taken his . into North Mitouri, and will im i. ly rtnccupy and regulate hie old The rebels hereafter will be more titly treated. " r jli.led, who have fallen into rebel 'in invariably been lett naked, with . iJ- undressed . :n k Ark , advices ol the 20th sayt .eWh. fifteen oi twenty tnousatiu ... -Mug Sabine river uorth-varu " ' i Ik, on, 2o liulee south of Little flic next morning reconnoitring 1 i" f --cut out when part were seen - a:', .uu! part west. There are some 101 ol an attack on Utile iioek. but ' . th. reliel moveiiM-nt is a design to (erttc with Price, or fall Hjiou Gen ' inn. Id In. weaken his loroe by tend tt 'i to intcreeit Price, is not known. ' i believed that Steele i strong enough . . tin line o! the Arkarms river and as ' le oflci!t.ie i. jrnts r ul rebel soldiers were shot yets ... . in Retaliation for tlie murder of Maj. '- n r.nJ his men, a rebi-1 major will also ut as soon as ote reaelies hire. t'HATTAMJOOl, Oct. 30. ' 4 attacked Decatur yesterday. List ' Ar.'l thi-m irning, a"d was hiindsouie- t ilcd each time. Gen. Granger eap 1 fo..r j.ieews of artillery, Fjited two mtl t-ntk 130 prisoners. The reljcls ao 1 r uu Dn.tur mid are reported to cio-sed the Tennessee river at the oi I press Creek. '1 p "i.-xirs-rs report both Ileaurcgard ttitn taoir araiy. ilooil, in agen . rder. at-.-urts his men that hcrmau's c a. ai ) does not exceed 3o,lH0. Kew York Oet 31. ' it llnrali's llagarsUiwo despateli of tb ipi. Firing was beaid Saturday al- n in tiie direction of fien. Sheridan ' t l.itt it is n t known that a fight is in irtss n Si .Titian i ready tor amault from iir. i-ti .n. n. Neil hn been order i-d to West Vii j rolmldy io cneck llreckinridge''s eu- e into L.'st Tmuvtc. 'vei 'HIO rclUfr-es nave cune into ftliers- s iv fm the Huh Si pi. Many I ' i z,h .ill t.'i.- pr.. rr: cotli'l erT. , is . .lin stated tfi r Evrl i ,i-is lieesi -ti .il.l.i-tv..n lite keuiljt ami d '') ly l.stllt ',1111'' it 1. 1 etj liu.1 ii,,i, t T- ii,ittse, tie ' 1' i '. . .' . i. o t i 'V I 'i ra.. 1.I1.1-. n t Id-.,, in '' 1 1. - ...a -i. -.1 '1 'ng the sri'ii ili Jftiierto- ' "lstntup wrli rUnu caiulr;, moved ' us 1. 1- iiiiamsliurg road and engaged ae.y .a;, in tin altirnoin. I-'oWns brigade of colored troops carried on.- of the rebels redoubts with neofiheir Runs iFairchilils an I Co'.btirns brigades vrero ruughl; handled in eolcsvor ingtouke a ttron portion n the Willi.iras- ' bur rotd near M-ven ju'nes. Darkn.-ss came on too soon to take advantage of the capture bt the redoubt, and the troops were inleied to retire to take fair start in the i lo retire to iaKC lair ouiri in tne Whot Jen. Grant directed their witli- M their ordinal pvitioD. . I.-. . .k.. lA.u i-'-a ftu -mn - i : ia irsip; dnwnl Tar Ion ia the 10th Ourr. vsPs 3"0 and in the l,tn tJorps 600 llf captured. New Yohk.'Xov. 1. Tbc JlcmlJ's despatch fays : Thcattention --- . . " ! the apimrOTbsJeeie.n of the enemy m W es- t(i!2I jf? ! i I l- l r ,..r?Tfeif I n. tieriaan Iron lirly, wlio it i now tn'.il will remain in totnmand (if the teliel army in the toIUj Arramcenn.ntt.for tlx afc supply of She ridan 'e anny are now rerfeet. Tt. I...I.I J I ;... t. h-t .17 etui" in the reent fi;ht. lx I in hit- iir'eml retwrt dsilB thai Srant'n ar- 1 my wan repulsed at a!! pol! n th-; rsove- meiii on inureaay. Richmond para how- J ever my the movement wae n eurpn'u to the rcliela ami tiiat tbeT Ut considerably. i ' "e i imet xatinvuie deonatch ol tae 3It sayi. Direct OMmnunication with Atlanta oy railroad i open and secure altlioorh tiiere are ewann of acriUa.. Letween the j t toivah river and ttp KIrnty. ' 1 .'. tote-ram Irom (jet!. G'llehthi.1 inorfiin r preenw hia but fight a brilliant in the t extreme, the entire rebel force wasMat- tered, many officers, a full Imtterv anil an extra gun captured, Ge. Vanghsin com manding the rebels was severely wounded in two places and is secreted souevvbere ui Greene Co. A later despatch from Gillen snys be is still nicking up prisoners, lie baa buried ,0 rebels. His entire loss in both nghta was only ." killed and 20 wounded. Guerrillas are exceedingly troublesome on l .. - 1 i : - i.oc -L.uutix;ruuu river anu jvoranweeaern railroad. The Herald's Washington despatch say : The report that Sherman has evacoated At lanta is unfounded. Last advices from Sherman to the Government said be would bold Atlanta in spite ol every attempt to di-lodge him. liALTISoKK, Oct. 31. The new Free Stale Constitution roe into effect to-morrow. Tbe City Councils have taken measures for tbe proper celebration of the event and in pursuance ot a resolution adopted this af ternoon, tbe Mayor has issued a proclama tion directing that a salute of 500 euns be fired to-morrow at sunrise, noon and sun down, toe bells to he rung, and tlw citizens are requested, to display their flags. New 1 ok , Oct. 2. Tbe Charleston Mrruru says a movement is on foot in that vicinity to wrench Atlanta from Sbefmm and intimates that it will lie dou by six or tea th'ui.uid tuiiti. Joe Johnston m living in retirement at Macon, a. loe Keleigb Standard denounce the ultra position aasumed at the convention of the rebel governors. Rtxroc-r, Me., Xov. 2. A despatch to tbe Mayor of this city irom Castine gives the particulars of an attack uton tbe lattery at that town on Monday. At uudnight a small party of men approach ed irom me rear, and when challenged tbey immediately fired upon the sentinel, who re-turned-the fire. berg. Kausdill was fired upon when be came out of his quartcri. F"nr balls lodged within two feet oi him. The garrison mustered promptly and puna id tlie raiders about half a mile, firing upon them, and nicy replyimog when they took to a boat and escaped. Their object was suppled to lie the capture of the U. S. cut ter lying in tiie harbor. This city has been put in a state of de fence. Hy orders from (iov. Cony tbe Home Guards are in readiness for duty and tbe city government has increased and armed toe police. New York, Nov. 2. Steamship Persia from Liverpool Oct. 22d via (jueenstawn 23d has arrived. News un important. Steamer Scotia for Liverpool takes out $396,800 in imecie. Gold sold this morning at 216. this after noon at 290. Lortsnu-K. Nov. 2. A rebel battery is reported m tbc MiMi sippi above Island 37. Two steamers have been attacked, and two persons killed. Gun boats are now near there. Tl e Henderson Ky. -Vesri says the great bulk : the drafted men of Kentucky are are going into the rebel service The R. R. and telegraph from Loeisville to Atlanta is now in good order. Cairo, 111., Nov. 1 Steamer Mftzem-a captured and burned by the rebels at tort Herman on the Tenns ee river was laden with government stores, valued at jJ.'li.OHO. Xsw Youk, Nov. 2. Tlie importance of Gen. Grant's ht move ment, it appears has not been clearly de monstrated in tlie published accounts. The Trtliunr's correspondent on the extreme left says Amw angle of a mile and a half vve.-t and a mile and a half southwest acquir ed on our left hy the recent strategetie de monstration, i being strongly fortified, and I understand that tb - army line is to be im mediately pushed out to the left two or three miles beyond the present terminus. The way this uujiortant extension o! our fortified line was so easily and cheaply made wa? by the rehcln weakening theirlmes to intercept what they took to he a flank movement around their extreme right. While tne rebels were massing against the 2d and Stli corps on tbe extreme loft, tlie '.ith corjis shoved in at tbc front and tsik a hue of tl.i-ir works, which was recrossfd and now forms our new left angle. Probably n it during tbe war ha so important an ex tension ol a fortified line been made with so little fighting. Tne, it took ot) miserable marching and counter-marching, but tbe men engaged in it as a frolic after being in e itiSnciii'Tit in camp. I ue consternation of the rebel" at this movement is represented by deserters to be gn-ater tlmn ever before. XAJnnuj, Nov. 1, Since his repulse at Decatur, Hood has iu ivikI further fleet along tbe south side of th- Tennessee river. He is believed to have jossed some of his infantry over that river at or mar Piubridge, 12 miles abovo Florence. No part of his foree ha? been moved fur ther down. A reliel rumor here reports that he was coming thi;. way. His purpo-c it is difficult to ascertain. With a strong federal force in ln front, flank and rear, fears of making de-mon-tration in this quarter arc simply ridi- Cul IDS. Gen. Thomas is here, and is prejuriug for any movement Hood may make in this direc tion. Strong bodieo of Union trooj arc moving into proper positions. The Union feeling Here is one nt strong hipe that Hood will place himself in a position from which it will Iw difficult to extricate himself. M'li. .Vierman cannot be coaxed or bullied out o! Atlanta, but will hold that place at all hazards. Forrtst with a cavalry force is reported to lie threatening Jolinsonrille, where they arc larjc quantitie of government stores. Three tianeports have been destroyed by part of his command. Ample preparations have been m.ide to bold .Johns.7nvilIe and effectually re, puls any force the rebels may bring against New Yiisk, Nov. 2 . W ilmiogion, N C, Journal orthe22d i)s, greul prciurations are IwiDg made tor the delence of the place. All non- tb comnvlaiits are required to leave. Purely vegetable tonic and most reliable rem edy of iii age for loss or hck of ap etite, ftsble ns aiel r. -trations, is the Celebrated Wahoo ,ii,K'..i., i Hitter". They are mild in their , . .i u, oi. .it syslem and increase gradually t- f-ice ot circukttisvn, promote the action of the ; r;jM, ami oounternct the bad effects ."hAive ,f w .ter or diet, an I particularly the i- el .istoxrestiig liquors. A single 1ml will ,. r- tbe mcst -kej'ticvl Fee .e by 1! drug-i-te .iml respectable dulera Jacoh PttRiRT0t, ManufiCturcr, 14 & 16 James St., wlKw2 Syracuse, N. Y. AVER'S CHERRY I'ECTORAL. FOR the rapid cure of Coughs, Coltls. InCuenra. Hoarse ness,, Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, srf r-it 'he re'ler of Cortsusipttre Patients la ad vanced stages of the disease. bo wlJe ia its field of ik-elalneej and so ninnsrota ( are the cases of Its cures, that almost every section of cour.tr) alionnds in persons publicly known, who i .... . . , , , : . . ,.'e" ""J fr,0,,' "S "d ""f defptr- j ? tb' '" X'T T W'ea WX? triod, iUfuDerionty otit erjr ether eii-torn; I i too apurent lu cwape ffbs n itk-rl, n4 wlftrc 1(4 Tirtces ar. knowt, th pulillo mo lonrer Itate what iiitiJoto to employ fr the 4iatr?cp M dangerous aiTeetionj of the pulmonary organs thil are iocMent to our climate. While many infertar remediea thrut upon the community Bare failed ATiA lan 1 rrro.T 4 Mai l ai mtn) f.I I. t. . ' tDeu on the aaflcted they ran . us an We ran odIj assure the puWle, lhat Its 4aatity it 'f'ref(jl'v lent op' to tk biet M err bii beetj, and tbat it may be relied on tV n or tlnlr relief all j that it has ever done. ( lirwt numbers of Clergymen. Physicians, States men, and cminentpersona;vsfhArelenttliiQir names to-certlfy tbe ttnpa'aUeled ntrfulness efeur reseed bn Bue- bT w'IlBotpemttl?rtfcaef them. TlieAgtntib low namx .'u:n!th frts wiJiiesi canAlma.na in which tbey are jrlrenwua Us: full deseriptiuns ot tbe complaints tbey core. Those who require an uluratu mtitttnt to purify ! the blood will find Area's Ooxr. Ext. Sahsapar- illa tbe remedy to ose. Try it once, and you will know know Its vMim Fretafrd bvj. f. AVER CO.. 1lwsll, Mel. Oet. visU. . "w CONSTITUTION WATKR. VTztHcasriELli, Coix., March 2, 1SJ Int.W. II.0aKt.e- Uttr Sir . llarins; e.n yoor advertisement of CoBStitatlon Water " reevmmended fur Inflamma tioa of tlw Kidneys, and Irritation of tbe Bladder, hariac suffered for tbe part three jeare, and Used tae still of a number of physicians with only a tempera rv relief; I was induced to try your medicine I smeared one bottle of your assets at Hartford, ilessra. Lee, Siesoa & Co and when I bad ased half of It, toraysarprlse, I lonJ a greatehaote in my keaKh. 1 have ased teo bottles of !t, and am where I nver ej looted to be laasy life. well, and in g.slj spirits. 1 eanaol express my pwiHNrim o. ii that It is all and more taao yoo recuiamcud it to lie. I ay the bleat taut of unA erer attend yoo ia yoor tabors of love. Yours, truly, LEONARD S. BIBEL0W. IMu W. II. 0 Dear Sir. I have been suffering tx a lvoctana with what physicians call Disease of the Protrtt Olmd. aa Arreatfe 1 rme, and was usable to ob tain any relief until 1 used Cokstiti th" WarEa, which began to produce its curative effect after tak ing uae or two doses, aad no man can be more grate fal than I at the, results having suffered all that a tmrnw. could suffer, aad live, aad rather than to be de prived of the BMdieme. I would be willing to pay Fifty DtlUrm a bottle for It It has not only eared me, but several other offie ers in my district have been cured by It, and I would rec Huiuend every bod- suflerint; from aay diseases of the kidneys, to use Constitution Water. BACUAKD LCS1I, Hew York, Dec. M, A. SergeantWh Ward PuUoe. MORUAN ALLKS, Wholesale Agents At CUT Street. New York SoM I. all Dnqgrist. , . . Oetv-rth. IsdawJm llUANIIlUtTH'S l'II.IJ.-TII BavBAK th eonsajapttTe, Rheai sails, Ooetive, Blllloas and Mneats. alter some days' use, will find renewed treagth asw Ufa pervade every organ of theu- Kvery dose makes the blood purer. The nerves i una mi nni 1 '" -'- " "'"' These pills aaaiatBet,aet apoa the arvei fatl blood, lnereas ttg tba eiieauation, by which unparltiee are depos ited la the reins, and ther throw off such eolleo h Ian, the bowels, which organs, by the ener-gy derlma from Braadntk't PUU, xpl them from the system When nrst used, the Pills may oeea doa griping, and even make th patient feel worse. This is an excellent sign, aad shows the disease wtlt soon he cured. No great good is often achieved without eosae trouble in Its attainment, ami this rale applies to the recovery of health. Sold by all respectable dealers in medicine. Oct. US. d"""1 NOVKl.Tl i.v art: tub art of Oi log the hair ia v minutes so as to deceive the whole world, has been discovered. Ori-iadoro'" llair l)e. which is the only eheoueal combination ia aiiit erowMehehtagu the color of th hair without ialarine the uvtas raiseirut which feeds, moistens and sustain the abres. CUSTJDOKtVS HJIK PHBtEKt STIVE, a val uable adjunct to the Pye, in dressiag and urumet ing the growth and perfect health ( the liair, and of itself, when used alua. a sategsard that pro. teets th abres from d.-cay under all circamstance and nrsder aU climes. Manalactured by J. CRIS TADORO, No. 6 Alitor House, New York, "old by all Draggists. Applied by all Hair Iressers. Oct-'Au. dawlm IHt.TOIIlAV VENKTIAN I.1MSIB.VT It cures Cholera, when Srst taken, in a few hours ; Toothache in ive minutes- It is perfectly inn"ccnt to take iateraaliy, and Is reesaumeaded by th most eminent Physician in the United state. Price 2S and so seat. TOXAWAk-DA, Pi, AU. 6. ISM. !.. s. I. Tobias, New York : Dear Sir I have weed your Yeaetmn Unlmeat with great swcotiat, both as an Internal as well an external medldne. la nana of Bilious Coufland Cholera Morbus 1 re gard it as a eeveret-n remedy. Your Venetian Horse liniment stands unrivalled as a horse medi erne amongst ferners and beatasea ua this eal WM. LEWIS, 8uat North Branch Canal. Sold by all Druggists. Otic, No. 5 Cortlaadt St, New York. Oet. a. .mwlm DR. KAMI'S hl'ECIFIC. rpilBeleVeMMO most rIhvhl aasdhaa for Ue 1 cure of Spermaterhie, tsusrimil Weakaeas, Uies of Power, Ae. This medicine has stood the test ot over thirty years aad hs always proved iwcees. 1)R- RAND -PBOirif; is exliihUae ia the form pilla, atade up entirely or suostaaoev un a, c seine effect upon the awamtiv orgaos. Mt,.st Irsoas ssaowsle tne me s oeimp boeUfrw.t;iiii:.-ny 4adjilU rhe 8riitii: of Dr. Band Is not intended as an esry mrti dmt. lusaedieinaa virtues are expended entirely upon the impaired romussm OvaorBuns. , .The pills are aot oeplouant to the taste, and many Persons nri t. them with impunity before swallowing them s whteli pwa we w.Ad always reewnkseaa, as aSbnling tb speediest way to get tb efthet of the rrrtce"l pr not, or six boxes tot ii. SoM hy draxgistsey- n Chestnut St., PhOadelphi, Pa. Am. 25. IRt;.VKHNNKSS UUUKU. ri HIE Inebriate may now bid defiance to the temnt L tag cup. Dr. Zane's antidote 6ir stroos drmk Is a certain cure for drunkenness. It creates a dls like for stroni: drink, and can be ndmlnistered witii out the knowledge of the patient. Descriptive circulars rent to n-address, wr sale by all respeeUble drorists In tbe Caited bUtes andCanadas. Price $1 per box, er psekages f t ""jTaJ. KROMER. MlIo Agent, n Chestnut St nrfUdelpnla. Pa KROMER'.S (Upham's) HAIR DI E 30 C'ents a llox. BOXES larrtr than Dyes tiiat sell Bir I . Natd BAU OC-JaSLE. BSACrirCL. WAEIU-fTEn to please. This article has been ttoronly tested by Dr. Cbuto or New York, and rrofi. Hooth and Uamtt of Philadelphia, who pronounce it frtc rmm I1 noLsonouA mirtdienU, an-1 the nuterl i. -in . I,. tne most deiuate hair. bold by Dru.-Uuand Fancy Goods dealers every- j I wbtre' JNO.J.Rr.05n;R, SolerToprietor j Attl Chestnut St. Philadelphia. I. MT O. K.-lSf.C-Y! Yl-We are often ! ! surprised at the fence decorations that we meet J , .in. in the course of eur dvilv rountle, and it is a s urce of wonder wh- .loej, it. Any man who owns or rents a board fence gees to his peaceful cm., , at "SV-S?'th,;itmJ mseulate punty ot milty-bueii white-wash not . r usit urin it and an-es in the mom- iiiK lo fintl it a S'scon.l olitH.n of Joseph's cost, gli-ieninp with all tb" hiiiibftlrerslnlxiw. But th it which puules liita- moat is the cabalistic let- , ters: I. M. 0. K. leftl Y! Y!" wl.ieh rn his eve at every turn, iiescratcnrs mspuiAieu k r.n t vonders what that menns. Hasanv ere seen the mstiT If so. trot liira out, snd let .us" i Vuow wbat this "I. Jl. O. h. lcsl : I meJir.s. On to any druff stnrs-. roer s cr-re-s-tib's dealers, and call for Pmktrton's w ahoo anil Calisvv Bitters, isl svti-fy yoitrselt Jacob 1'ixkertox, MnuuCu turer, H and lfi James St., wlSiVJ Syracuse. X. Y. I tiould call j vur atlcnUou U theL UIUVfl.VA.VI INIMA lK t Iff- ' I O o i New u M saWMsn say fsallanv l.lf-4, Crdoii l'Jflnrat araasaselbiii, new in this pi. OaVIsIa AXii SV.V. TUV.M ! fidms .' a cms ! ! .i i ti f t Periesjtrash for tknas, and i m 1. 1. r k s . OAlrTK lK VlilT, VllJNtriTKs, ksi. fMorB4J4 thkrl style. rrmncs : I'm m cs: Jfram as ! . t tV V v t , A lares sUvnieh I am iaag' twry law.-' CUARLRS MH.LRB. Burlingtua, Vt.Kov. S, ' 3 S O ij Ol'Ji s OPBSED Till. OAT. All Colors" fa auirir quality, for sale by TAt.K Itl'.VOI.VKUS ANO KIPl.Kf. CM1TII k WEN-ON'S, shrp's and taer breech O loatling Puitols. nines. Cartridges, Caps le. A new lot at J. B. BRINSSIAin-S, Church St. NKV GOODS. 1 rf'.-havs ju-t received from nueton end. New 1 Ydrr, and are reclrin;New Titieds, J. r-BItlNSSiAII), t'hurahM. SWEET POTATOES constxntly on band aad for sale at No. i Union Block. VERMONT PORK. I 10R sale At No. 2 Union Block- 'IVR1PE In btorease for sale at No. 2 Unisin Block. onions: onions: -q r.CSUELS Just reeeived and for sah at No. i L'oien Bhsj k. O ALM0N. new CAteh, at No. it Unit liloek. 0ct S,B- W. W. DREW t clN. MAt!A7.INES. RVSif rMlPER'S for Noverabor lady's Friend .. . ifcreeive. by 11 A. Fl'LLhR. I j ( NEW ROOKS. , ,pHBv,.of theDanes Dike bx Phill,.. j .r Letters from Europe by I eltio Ve.re. nnd IlMrer. Twrce tM Tale by Hawthorne. Kecelve.1 at IIUNTIXIITON-S. f Oct. list I'M. Vt'K ll'I'l.M; I'Al'KIt. 1 I ' Itoor.iv.-v ivrArprny; t-sper, nam -sw 10s, -li reeeire.1 abu rarsaicav IlPNTINGTON-a. Oct. 31, 1964. FOVXlr. i SMALL -uni'f moneyln st-ireof the subscribsff J. which tbe o-wnsr can lrav e iy paj.ni fortni! advertisement. A. PKOITY, Jr NorllBt WANTED, Ii . ft t . I OATS, iciii hi 'lliirty tfatfi! lr-BI twain aiwl ass all i ft i.tixc or Small Lol, Iff avf4atatyaeatlb uflSASAfySt tit. J!. It. tatmi. 1 lOfi of A'oiuunhrr next. tawaju ijiNSstrustD, Olhceltat eBer Passenir IVst, 1st Floor. Oet-Cth. imwa CfPUT rNsts,Plrt Barley. Mvar'.nIs,VrmeeUi. O Taploe, Sag, Pariaaaoil Rioe Pluur. 1 r. i. pmRaoif. 1 , t'hurrh St. 'JSPIII iieiMis. GET and Bead Buttons, and Fan - KimAK'i i Irnamenta at ! RUl.U. atitlaXsTF.lirT eil VVI. TITBIa8aa4ucarfsIn g" it u- at i ins vitii i-.tRLovrs. y- - TlBPLBJi Bliptie 8kirt l- 's--t n use at YU KiWARI'HARLOWT5. WOOLE.1 1 V!. 1 LL ktadv styles and KDU tlJ' I'ARLOWS. N- If. i hsrcbSt. dwtf. OeLSIstlsSI. riOTEL Registers aal Lvwj Duckets with ax HfNTINiiTilN'S. Oct. 31 XtFSl'HOI.nJS' Oil its VI MP! Ssnnhing New. ,t fulMHkUv Invention THE PK1I.F.. fur FirrtaudoelTDoob - v ; nj y in ex i ul in . with a heavy i..j ..ca. u. , I' - loo' A hi,.: ' n -t.ttit ally Wlttl HI t)l- !!- I Lent.'., r Valv. Wbalevrr. It- tl rl: i i-xtriu nth w..rt'I.T aii'l the lli .I'ler 1 tli- Ohio Fuuip nu . r f ItsCi.. ..; i. II.er'..i"i!v . -. lnientir. i I M Kit r,i-t.l - A1..1 r. (U n- i .ii i'-irii ,.t i.iu- tt. VV i'l li. " - .. ,., k - I' inL t wli.cliwc rk- tr. m i Tl. r.l -ti t- eal. Ti.t murt ItApottaut p i- !ti.- fat th' N.l WATlT.fAN -TlMi 1'irir, i- n t ,'i in' Ii n ti ll : oc - - 1:1 winter, Iltus is nu pipf wii. i t!i te, iu -IaI' -uiumer auaC A lerl'erl Proleelion ngam-t I'rosl. Fourth B. ,...-, bv -o t .a a great PRiiTKi'- I .,n.t fire, an.l -rv useful in H. rm; , fSardri.-. rink. in; .--n . . j-'.in llu; Ithu, inaftiit, tv t' ii. -inv .'.-u 1 A.' , F. re, Pini ' VVII.RIt'A. Thr-t-I'U'np-ar. tn mut i -ture'l f xprc-slv It me aal.uriin;!' n I j I'. i.Aiiilm. at the i'i neer fli, ,,. I v CUV Tl M!" ftARRtSTED. THSTIIAV fe V, il; SL TI , ft Vk I ORIIIKS-K'.V B- Reta.i Price N" I. . .u. N.i , $Ai Pijm. an-i II .stra. Town ami C-untv ng'ils r.r lUis i'amp. swept the rlaht of mnuufA. tur". r sale on reasonable .nf'ratatloa -1 Proprietor for th Bute of Vermont. Rarl.nitoa, 0et.2, IBM. iiiTTnii, V CHOICE Dairv received this day and for sale By Oct. I? LOUIS FOLLKTT A CO. WANTED. tsooD hands to work on Hay Presses. Eauire of EDWARD rf-JNBKRFORD. At the R. !' R. R. Pas-enger lepot. Oct. I Ith. "ftf I'TrtiR: iiiTTBit: im'ttbij.: t tt. I1A.JV 1 No. 4. Bank Rl..ck K EROSKNK OH- VT Wholesale and Retail, as cheap as can Iw l.,.u;bt elsewhere, at NO. 5 UNION BLOCK. K K A N S . A FEW bushels of very nice Beans at No. .' Union Blook. SMOKED Beef. Salmon and nalibot for sal at No .Union Blosk. wWMuK. CIDER .-tlll.I.S. I UBT received another lot of family Cider Ii 'L. iti. At rEHtCEU. CASTORS. LATEP and Britannia Castors at SHEDD, WALKERS WIRES' No. 3 Union Block. dtf. 1.1 X a N II MASKS AND .V .1 I Si S .V s. TV ST ipsnwl a ease of rhsap Linea Dama-k, lor t) Table Sprda. very low. alM Isineu Napkins and llttekanuaTt'wehk, toaethar with a lot of Crash Towlhig.sliktiy ilamasvs.! by Water, for sale very 'usekeepers will her nd s.sae useful goods at alK.a, old price,, at LTMAj,. Sent. llth. I'RilSIl EUfiS, BY tb bushel or less t t June 22. snitty. Just received. ElRCirti VKW IIOOHS. A MERICAN Angler's B.k, with Eighty lllui tratfsu. by Tl ad Jom. rh. tMiiiii nrl Book about Slavery, prepared in t lr fir imbHeatlon, bat never published until now. I Ulustratea. . . . " Crusoe's Island, caiuornia ana vvasnoe, oy j. Dsn Brown. Fireside Tracts." by Lowell. " Poems of th Wax," by Boker. -The Wlnthrse. Esss sn Social Subject.-. Tl-Tlr lMoee " " Tbe Ocean Waifi .. .. Ressiredat HCNTINGTON's. O-t IT. ri.nrit. ri.orB, I'l.oi it MUle rt! 1 o, In W 1.1' " W , Oct... Jen h'.c Flour kept eonstantl . ..i ottier sinus ot spring if ir t VV KSERA ADMS, . , Me. t L' akin lib. IT ATtPER'S Maxaihie fbr November j 1J Latlv's 1 ook Hemorests P.-k of Fashion ' ''"'""nseei-.edit HlhTINUTOlrtl. I Oet. - WINK tMI I'lllKIl MILLS, I tjtiMr-IIlM. tiiat le NoAWNkeaaip.-ew that ij which i (t swlts td tS times tt a Family u n .nd 4dcr Mill. wMh Press oombtned. Alsf., Cider Mill.- for larger pun101 simple c-n lufnatmnmi,. jaminno. ' Aumstl3. XL ksteare iism, and wtuun uie same, may Paestmgw tapUcity strUom asbiaishiasjat. tfus r rmartutt Pwif is amfit i The aoTtxrattatre OFFICIAL LATEST BY TELEGKAPII. HEAD'S FhoiogrHphU Gallery AO AI.V open to the poblli'. J ft'y oii fr!eJ and patrons and to the public grterjlry I iroffld av that every effort will be made toicmairtthe enviable reputation this Gallery has already 1J mire'l. ana no pains or expense will be spared to make the pictures that ro from my rooms as good as ean be obtalnfid f.vwhere. Coae one. eome all and brinj your frienda. XB" Kemember tie oU corner 01 Church and College Straits ovxa r.TJfA.VS STOHE. C. D. R.SAU. DurHurton. Oct. 17th. -almot C' C. I1RUCK it I'RKSTOX, ACTBCSITZn iVrinv nml iYnvy Agcntt, Ontees-WASIIINIiTO.N'. D. C. No. fll Ninth Btrect. CLEV ELAND, Ohio, No. I Lyman's Block, ri'ItliKIITHE AIIJIV IIKR.VLD. A-& COtLICT tensions, rionnttf. Back I'av. Prize Money, Uistbarsred and" Keslgncd Officers' Pay, and all other vT a it c Ia a i n s . 'PIIE fun Bounty due s-HIers discharged for L wounds received in battle, collected wirnorv pklav We pay evpecial attention to clams In which other attorneys have FAILED, or which tars hren si:mprniKI. of which there are tens of thou sands. We have already collected and paid over to soi.uersana tneir neirs over sooo.ouo, ou pa in thousands daily. We secure Pensions for t-p iSIas. and Collect Bounty and Back Pay for ten pr ce"', sml po pay until Arnn we haresuo cecled. , 7 f .Irmjr llrrali Is pabn-hed monthly, and Is de voted to the interests of the soid.cr aSd.Ws heirs to whom it is Invaluable. Write us r.n-5 i will send ou a eopy free, or, for Hirfy et sis we will s,nd you by return mail a line engraved tinted likeness rAlbam sis) of Lt. (ion. Grant, and the Jrmv llir alA for one year. To persons sending a club of four, we will send, sipiman, an additional likeness and Tke Heraldtar one vear. and for each additional su'tsoriher an additional likeness to the getter up of the Club. &. that a person sending us a ciud or ten ami i will be entitled to receive, kieiitlf, $ive Likenesses and Tilt Army HrraU for one year, and for any other number in the same ratio. KEFERENCE8- Wasbivotov, T. C, April I. 1"V4. We take pleasure in sayimr that C. U. Brnre, Esq.. has compiled with the act of Congress autkirriti r,rum sereeni to act as Army and Navy Agents for thecolleeion of war claims against theuovernoefit. and to recommend him to all persona that hare claims they wish collected promptly. ( i Swiss Ssssfofs Benjamm F. Wade, John Sherman. jfysiAerieif" rp-snE. K.' Ecktey, Wm. John ston. Was. B. Allison. June I. wlvr irAI.IsA. FLETCHER, Crj.II.lt .IGJ2.YTS, AND AGENTS FOR THE SETTLEMENT OF OFFICERS ACCOUNTS. I I AVING had long experiersc as Clerks in tbe 1.1 Ordnance Office, and in th Offln of the Quar termaster Oeneral, we areprepared to am, t OFFI CERS in making out RETURNS, and in settling their accounts with those offices and with the Treasury Department, Moppftge of pay removed. Certificates of non intlcbusda l obtained, etc ALL CLAIM AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT COLLECTED WITH DISPATCH. Pay and lloiinty ol Deceased Soldiers Procured. Post Office Address. Box IK Washington, I. C, Office lit Fifteenth Sires!. ED. W. HALL, W. S. FLLTCllKR. wl6wt WARREN THAYER. .1 C it I t j: CT . T rAVINO been bred to the theory and practice of Civil llnglnrcr and Architect, an.Icr tbe instruction of the late John Johnson and n !ncb he has himself been an Instructor at various I iriods of his liib and having pnctift'l his profes- i n in Boston and Worcester, Mass., and for many i t ears in Burlington and its vicinity, the subscriber I fe. is huuscli competent to satisTy and beneUt those wt,..mv employ him. I He .lrafts PL.V.NS sod DRAWINGS (with the re i .lui'ite calculations, elevations, proportions, sec- t ..ti-. le.i of Cuoaiass.AcAPisiEs.ScHooLBoosxs, ai. I Pi sue BciLPlsss. la their different styles of Vtelntecture, Hotels. Private residences from the Ur-t class to the plainer and less expensive as the j farm house Barns aad outhouses, (including ad : ti'.ns and impruvvavenu of existiag structures, ' wliere such are wanted). I lie pijuu and advises a to all the various process I es ,.f construction and Arrangement from tbe cellar ! to i tie roof of buildings. ' 11.. ivcs information and will assist In the selec 1 t en i tbe most ellglbl kinds and quvllties of ma ' ttMii 'a order to seeure fitness, durability and j e...n. my. He superintends tbe erection of Buildinzs, Rrt.les. As., from the eommeacsment to the com- plelion or tM a Urge experii l, ana wouia aaa mat ne das nau ss a PR.V.CTICAL BUILDER. He ias out groanusanu waias, onuses, culverts, r- A.is, dte. lie carves Mouldings and Orname&Ul w.rk generally. lie makes models aad drafts, drtm-isfs and sseciA -n't ,s.s far nrie istsmrims, and attends generally to tl,,. i.usinees of his profession In all its branchts. lie may be consulted hy letter directed to him I'.urlingtoa, Vermont, and may be round at his li.-e. Church Street, (Benn's Block, opposite Town Hall snd Post OtBce). WARREN THAYER, rchltect June 24. deowawfen 11 I ti 11 1. Y I "II PO It T A .V T. LET TIIE AFFLICTED READ, Know nf the tltl.1I OK Aktiiiiiuliiig Kflicacy or THK p c a t 11 o " a r il ' w Vegetable c:a.ci:i: aivi caiykkk SurHistt$ in ejfiracy, and ts destined to rrde al! other known remedies in the trtatrnmt of those Diseases for tchirh is re4.mmended. lt htva cured CANCKRS aller the p&tEcnU have t?en aiveo up as incurable hy many liyslclani. lt tiM enrea CANKER in lu worst forms, In han-ilreti.- of earn. It ha.-iwvcur(s!SALTRIIEUM when a tria exeefdingly trtatlewme, and diljjVntt to cure. EltYsirELAS nlwaj s yields to its power, as many wht hare experiencea its benefits do testify. It hM enrM tCK0FUL.V in handreds ct rases. mn of thein of the most asvated character. it cures M.U 3 cv iu. It has cured many cases or SCALD HEAD. TUMORS bare been removed by it in repeated, instoneet in wbieh their remoTal has been pro mnced Imptm ible except by a surgical operation. ULCERS of themoit malignant type hare been healed by its use DVSrPKPSIA, which is often caosed by humor, has been cured by it in numerous iostanees. In FFIALKWFaKNEXSSKS, IRnECCL-RITIES and dieeaes peculiar to that sex, It has been found a iofet potent remedy. In cams of (.EN ERA L DEBILITY, from whatever oaose, the Syrup can be relied upon as a most effi cient aid. His most certain cure for RICKETS, a disease common to children. It efficacy in all diseases orlgtnatine In a de praved state of the blood or other fluids of the body ii uiisarpaBsed. 1U etftcts upon the system are truly astonishing and almthst beyond belief to one who has not wlt wssd them. This Syrup wilt as certainly cure the diseases for which it is recommended as a trial Is eiven it. and the cure will be permanent, as it, by its wonder- ntiiv searcuing power, cnurciy crauica.es ue ai tje frotD the svitem. The alDkteil hare only to try lt to become con vinced or witat we pay m rearu 10 it, ana tonncre lief from their fulTerings. Price, 1 per Rottle or fS for six Bottles. Prepared by D. HOWARD, Randolph, Mui. J A .11 IIS O. IIOVLi; Ac CO., (Successors to Redding V Co.) 8 State Street, Ho kt nprietori , to whom all orders should be addrsssed ami ny an aveaiers u isiuui icuicioei. daweewl-" VITKKIC CATTLE. M MI E Subscriber has on hand Seventy-five Tons L jsood upland meadow Hay, and would like t take Cattle or Sheep to reel for the n inter. For terms apply to JAMES MCII0L8. ErMX.Vt.Sept-ll. wt5w W. A I'PLETOX. MOST respectfully informs the Inhabitants of Bur! . lintrtoa and vicinity that he has established a iVeiv Iyc House, at Winooski Falls, and Ladies who have anything thev wish Pyed or Cleansed and made to look as Hood as New, will do well to call. Silk, Cotton, or Woolen Dresses, or Shawls, Colored, Cleansed and Presee.1 to look like New, Gent's Coats, Vests and Tants, D) ed cr Cleansed, and pressed In the best possible manner. Carpets and Rugs cleansed. Ladiee' Straw, Willow or Chip Hats dyed any shade orcoler. Woolen or Cotton Yarncanbedyedrandom or self colors. fyAseney for rturlinzton at the "BEE-HIVE imr GOODS STORE," where Goods for the Dye House can be left, and will he punctually attended KSTRAV. CAME Into the enclosure of the subscriber on the 30th Inst, a bay Horse, about 5 years old, with no shoes on bind feet. The owner is hereby request ed to prove property, pay charges and take him away. ABAMANDER ARTHERT0N. Eriex, VL.0ct.2Sth. w3l UXIOX Mutual Life Insurance Co. INCOllPORATED BY Til K STATE OF MAHiE. Charter Perpetual. f flailed, l&li. DIRECTOR'S OFPlCEs. 68 State Street, - Boston, Mas. PaiUlDoTXT. HENRY CROCKER. ica-PaisiCSJtT, DANIEL SHARP. SacasTJBTy W. H. H0IUSTER. JU P, AVIMO.V, UJD STAT1-T. Isosaett tt&i ,lo tht 8 750,050 CO Dividends Taftl 12 Cash to daW. ?340,93C 00 ThUCcTcpany offers peculsts? cm&inz to per sons intending to insure their lives, la itt rafety aitd stability, aoquired In Its fourteen years eipinBej. la 119 assets, which, (without its capital of tXOOjin amoaCiito over three on.rtr or n million of dol lars, belli; tncT? than two hundred thousand dollars In exceni of its llablHil4 Cur th rMfnrar&nt- of k C'UA4iQ.riikSi In the facilities prerented In iu re:C2.raodatJng system of paytrents of premiums , in the larre "TunLer. diversified conditions andec- cupations, rap9Q9 ag- ivnd localities of the lives In sured, giving the largs. requisite scope for the op eration of tne laws of tv)ra4 iortalitr, and the amplest guaranty to the fnsaretl ir? the benefits thereof . in the division of profit, tb AxsCiLau- portlonirtnt of which having for the past fourteen years averaged yhsBTrrxa Cur. of the prrsrlia:! paia. Policies are Issued upon all the plans usual with Life Insurance ComDanles. and at low rates as is eC7t?iftent with a view to solvency. Parties -siring Agencies In towns where the Com pany have ftiwe. and those wishing Travelling Agencies within toe w England Sutes will apply to H. 0. WILSON, 63Su.!e btreet. Boston, givini: sCi reference, or InforraatleC is to age, present ana pui piultw. tva wui raauitg aiu .u kjiim juuf,- ment in regard thereto. ijARTIFICIIMHS ARMS and LEGS. Falmrr'f Patents. The American Artificial Limb Coipnny S now prepared to furnish the celebrated " ra!ni- . er Artificial Le,n also the "Lincoln Arm. which has received the foecial approval of Govern ment for soldiers. The ''Palmer Leg," Is too wide ly kr.bwn to require special mention. Soldiers are entitled 5 JV 'Tler Leg," or a "Lincoln Arm" without ckaryt. Br irpplyini to this office, or to Dr. A.N. McLaren. Me-Do-I Director, o. iBulfineh street, they will receife ttie order. The Lincoln Arm is received with irreat favr brail who wear it and orders are received from all pnrts of the Union a singular iaci in "onnecuoo wi;a ue imtnene military demand which has been prudveed by the present war. will satisfy all who re-mire Ifnbf of the value of these inventions. According ffce statistical report of the Medical Director for Boit4.11 and Tioinity, of limbs supplied to soldiers by liov crnment, ALL BCTTWO cases navKBcrxrURNisucaBr PAL3IER A CO. More conviivcini; x-rvnf the practical value tf the limbs referred t cannot be present!. The "Palxck AKTiriciAL Lzg is the lightest, most durable, mot comfortabie to the wearer, ana more natural in its appearance, than anything of the kind ever constructed by human skill. Over Fin TkutanJ of the Palmer Artificial Let? are now in ce. Orders are freauenflr recritpvl from Eerope, India, West India Islands and South America. Palmers appliances for Shortened Limbs have ac quired a world-wide celebrity. tndivUaiM vka kjtt nut tmliti er thirty years ktrrt tun ctmplittty Tf Pamphlets, containlnir full Inforaauea. sent to all applicant). Add re Ii. 1 1LAD IX I'AJ-OltstV, (Care American Artificial Limb Company.) 19 tireen tttreet, Boston. wI3mS it k a e i r s KillllUIATfC I.IiMJIEXT. The 'attention of the public is eaWW to this most excellent f all Liniments, as a Derfeet ad Mxedv cure for all the aches and pains that flesh Is heir te. KIIEU3I.1TISM f . ..-AsJ tv. . mavOlAn if" v K At AnLta v-f el n o rVfirn checked penpiratfon Is cured by a few bottles of 1 nenneay s ivaeumauc iinimcut. SIRAI.S Are eatrTl by an over-extension and a sudden re action ofhe mr-ic 1 cured by a few bottles of Kennedy's Kheuimiio' Liniment equally good for man or beast. . NEL'RAtClA, The king of all pain, is cau.ed by as frOftnatton of the nerve is instantly cured by afewapptitlons of Kennedy's Rheumatic LJniment, PLF.UKISV IsaninSatlonoftbeliningof the rir Is cured by a few bottles of Kennedy's Rheumatic Liniment. HKCISKS Are caused by a sadden pressure of the flesh and smashing of the tissues is Instantly relieved by kenneays rureuinaiie usnncni. CRAMP Is a contraction of the moselw, caued by a sodden stoppage of the nervous fluid, wnMh prevents ani mal life having a freeflow is eared by few appli cations of Kennedy's, heumatic Limment- niLiors f:cLic i cau-ed by a neuralgia in the stomach and bowels I take a teasDoonful of Kennedvs Rheumatle Lini meat in warm water every half hour until cured. SOOTH ART ANI HOARSEXF.SS. Are eau-ed by an unnatural dryness of tbe glands- wet a piece of flannel witn Kennedy's Rheumatic Liniment, apply it on going to bed, and you will be i well in the morning. HEADACHE AND THROHUIXG OF Is caied by a pressure from insensible perspiraUcn if ctaipm i'v s icw appuraiiciu vi ntuinuj j-mwu- atie Ltnlment. WKAK.VCiS OF THE HACK I Follow thedtrection in the circular around each bottle. flit A V I'lsKKR ATEDSORETHUOAT Yon will take one teaopoonful of the Liniment and four teapoonfulsof water, (iargletbethroattwice day. In a few days it will be well. This one tea-poonful will be worth a dollar tojou. FOR 11RO.VCH1T1S. And 'all in&amation of the throat, tonsils and pal ate, with a dry hacking cough, you will dilute the untment witn lour or uve umesiu ouik oi wucr : pa. cietnehroat.a swallow e moijture. it er tint r It Is rood for Toothache. EaracheE Swelled Face and Iiflamatioi of every kind. Every fara lyjhould have afall supply for the winter. Manufactured by DONALD K ENMLY, Rtxbu ass. Price 60 cents. April 22nd. dawislv EST RAY. C1A3IE into tbe enclosure of the subscriber oner t about the 16th of September last, three Calves, two red and one red, with white spots. The owner ts requested to prove the property, pay the charge and uki them away. .,,, ajuiii iviuuui. St. George, Oct. 12, Islet. wl7w3 KSTRAV. C1AS1E into the enclosure of the subscriber on or about the lith September last, a two- ear obi 1 1 i r . . Ki.k with w. i.e ll Iv Tbe owner Is re quested to prove property, pay charjes and take her away. ,.,- ttoihiit ajii.i. ........... St. licorce, Oct. S, IHM. w!7w3 STOVES 0 LIVB I1IUNCII COOIbTOVE for Wood or Dual For Sale by 0. S. BL0D0ETT A Co. XTKW ENQLANPC00K rrrovE, with Reservoir IN and not Close t. For Sale by If. O. DIAJ Lm jj A A vv. HOMEUTKAD COOK STOVE, Cheap. ForSaleby nr.t. U. ? ULAJ Ln.1 Ia A A vw. XT0RTHERN LI0UTC0AL STOVE J For bale br, ..,. .... U. a. DLAJ 1TJ 1 AAV M. 0 MENTAL COAL BCRNER, PerpetuAl burner. rorasie oy U. S. BL0 DUETT A Co. -JTAGRB STOVES) KorSAieby U.S. BLO DO ETTA Co. r V 1TBRV0RT PARLOR, th most perfect Coal O Stove In the world ror caie or U. S. BLODGETT A Co. w a .v t i:i. BARRELS mod assorted Apples. U. S. BLOIHi ETT A CO. 200 0t. XI- UUixces: ftuixcKs: i-iuinck-: vrEfcYlne Apple Quinces at .... Y C. L. HARTS, No. 1 Bank Block. HOSTO.V TRIPE. A No. I artlele of Tripe at C. L. HARTS, No. v Bank Bloek. CANADA OAT MEAL. IRRbH (round Oat .Meal, At V.. u- llAAl No. 4 Bank Block. onions: onions: 0 NI0NS Wholesale and Retail, C. L. ILIRTS, No. 4 Bank Block. SHELLED ALMOND Tarazon do. Soft Shelled do. Hard " do. French Walnuts, Castana Nuts, BrasllNuU, iladsri Nuts, filberts and Fsa Nuts. New Fruit In Store to-day and for sale by LOUIS F0LLETT .t CO. OCI.M. UUINCF.S. rpllIS day received at JL R.LPIERS0N-S. Oct. 15th. rtnRN.FED. FJsrantlr cured, and selected ex j pressly for this market. Anew supply just re- eelvea idq ior saio or LOUIS J0LLETT A CO. Oet. , DEXISOV PARKER'S ESTATE WE,TnE6CBSCRinElt9,haTln-befn appoint ed by the Honorable the Probate Court for the District of Chittenden, Commissioners to re mlre.examtaeaadadjtmthoelalmaiand dema of aU persons, aalest the esUte of Denison Parkr. late of Jericho In said District, represented Insol vent and al.o alt ctaicu and dmaoda exhibited in fffcet thereto; and six months from the day of the drteUwreof.Uinc allowed by said Court for that purpose, we do therefore hereby girfj notice, that we wiH attend the bnnlartf cf our appointment at the dwelling of Mrs. Parna Parker Icfieneho la said District, on the fim Thursdays of December and ADril nei xC lllai'Mlsrarvlr t t svn iSS OkT <i days. Dated this IT dar of Oct., A. !., ltst. ANDREW WARNER EDWOf BENTLY. Commbsfcneri. MARSHAL'S XOTICK. rnltcl States of America, I Vermont Di-Irtet. J " TlDXSlTANT ti a monition hmed out of the Hcrr- orjhV District Court of the United Sutes fur tho VennonC District, I hereby nrs notice that an infurmatron lorrvetationof the Revenue Laws of the L'nited states has been filed in said ,-ourt by George Howe. v.. .:. lHstnct Aftorney of the United States forivld district, in.-t twenty vards black twill etl silk and woolen dress ipvods flfteen yards black silk and wool-n .lrvs irotis. two -ilk drees patterns, nine -hirts. four pair of doves, a .ot of lace collars nnd cuffs, one doxee oottoa stockimcs, fifteen and one half yards white flannel seized at Island Pond, in said district on the r.fh day of October. A. V. 1-61, and trial will be had on the property seised as aforesaid, and the same will be condemned arsea ble ts, the praver of said information at tbe next speeiki term of the said District C ait to be ho Idea t KnrliiiKtnn within and for said Yrrutoat District. ontl lith day of November, A. 1. l8SAuules a claim or claims shall be interposed onorbelore that day i.fwhlcii all person interested will take due notice and govern thesaeelves ace.rdinely. Given ufsder aty harst at Burlington i wv Iis IrictthLslstdav sf November. A. i., l-4. J. A. ARTHTR. 0. S. Deputy Marsb-ii. unit i t: -ivadswortii's estatk. 'I'O the Hon. the i'robat Court f.sr th District of 1 Grand Isle, Jabet Ladd "f Grand Isle aad Calvin F. Robinson of South Ilero in saM district of Grand Isle, admaaitrator of thtlistateof Heraca Wadsworth, late of South Hero deceased, bes leave toapply toyourilon. Court for license toeonveyfio. Chauncey binitb, of Alburirh in the County of Grand Isle the vr,tMn .se. and the lands thereto be lonzinr,. t.cetber with tb buildings thereto be bn Insrat Alburgh Sprlnir. and in possession orsaJoT Chauncey bmitb more particularly describe! In a Bond or Contract of the said Wadsworth, dated lit da) of September A. D. IS55. Which -aid premise said Wadsworth was at the time of his death and in his life time under con tract, bwtling in law aad equity, to Deed to raid Smith GILES HARRINGTON, Atfv lor Ladd A Robinson. Aiburgh, irth Oel.. Is64. STATE OF VERMONT, I TT is ordered by the oisTiui-T or gbaxd isacsSi ) 1 Probate Curt toz the district aforesaid, that all persons concerned be- notified, to appear before said Court at a sa ILercI, 10 oe ooioen at uie rroosw. wmsv '" Ilero on the Hth dy of November next.at lOocKcic A f .iul .kavMnM. If SBV IbSV UAV LATC W tl T the thirty and authority requested in themrexoinc apslicstlon should not be raaatesl. and for tS.lt pur pose, tbe said applieatwa tofether with this order f i,.it.Tlsfie.t hi the Barlimrtoa Free Press, printed at Flurllnitn. three weeks saeeessively, as soon a may be In witness whereof I have hereunto atSxed the seal of saM Court and subscribed my name at North Hero in said district tnn ism oay or ucsstoor .v. i: l'4. . si a. aniuui, .iBuitv. ' wlew3 CALVI.V I'EASE'S ESTATE. iTATE OF VERMONT, The reehateOssirt fr District of Chittenden. ) the District of Chit tend en. ... , . 10 au persons Interested la tae escaie oi ijiiuj. Pease, late of Burllnzton ia said district de ceased, Uu...,. i ;-,,re rrkneis of said BarliBCten has tied In said Court bis petition la wtitiajr-settln-ft.rth thAt sabi deceased was in his lit time under contra.-, binding in law and equity to deed to bim said Fraor-s. a certain house and lot eetainln about one acre or land situated ou Tuttle Street in said Burlington, and occupied hy eaht Pease In bis life time as a homestead ; and praym said Court to srant licease to the administrator of the estate 4 saM deceased te coavey saw pvsisaise azreeaott to sabi contract. WllBaEspov, the said court sreseniie, anu as-i-nssd the ljth day of November A. D. 11". at the k. I',,.,.. ..,n, 'n id District, to hear and dcide upon said application, ami petitiea, and or dered public notice threof to 1- am to all per sons tnrsrested therein, by publtshlns sa erder. totCeUesr wim use KM anu ... uoi.ui. .u. l. sMlffslels the Rnriin-rt. n Free Tress, a newspaper, whieh eareulates in the neighbors! of those persons iatereste.1 in sai.t e-tate, all which puhlkattoB shaU be pravious to th day assigned, for bearing. TuEseroac you are hereby n. .tilled to appear be fore saU Court, at th time anil placo aliened, then and there in said Coart. to give bonds, as th law directs, forth pymcnt of the debte. and charges of adaviaistratloB. and make year "ioections to the Srantiec such licaas, ifyor. see .-ause. Give under mr hand .at the Probate Court rooms this Hth day of October A. P. I -si 1 . si, i, AUM, .stesgo. wITwJ T. 1". l'HEH'S ESTATE. li'G tAc sub-vjriberi having been appointed 'J 11 tbe IlonorabI tbe Probate Court tor the ntstriet of Chittenden. Commissioners to receive. examine and adjust the claims and demands of all persons against the estate ,,f Tinothy P. Phelps lite of Miltoa, in said District, deceased, re presented insolvent, n.I also .ill el nms aaa de mands xiilbltesi in onset thereto, and six months from the day of date hereof Item; allowed hy said Court for that purpose, we a therefore hereby give notice that w will attend to the bnteessof oar appointment. t the dwelling . f George Whit temore. in Milton, ia said Dutr.ct. on the third Tuesdavs of December an.l March next, at I0rbelt A. M.. on eaofa of said days. , DutI this -9tri oay or septemnr, -v. u. joo. W. V. REYNOLDS, D. II. ONION, ' CommlseloDcrs. J.S LAN DON. wl7w3 CALVI.V I'E-tSE'S ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT. KPHE Beserahle the District of Chittenden, ss. J J. Probate Court ror tbe District of Chittenden Tb all persons interested in the estate f Calvia Peas, late or Burlington, in said District, deeeased. Usitrit said Court hath assigned the 15th day of November next for the sattlemeat of the admin istration account of the administrator of tbe es tate of said deceased, and ordered that public no tice thereof be given to aU persons interested In said estate, by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to th day Msbraed. In the Burlington free rress, prrawa m isuriiesvoa, m said District. , Therefore, you ar hereby notlHed ta appear at the Probata Coart rooms, in Burlington, on the day assigned, then aad there to contest the Allow ance of said account, ir you see cause. tiirefl under ray nana, tnis is in aay oi ucwmr, . D. 1964. T.E. WALES, Ju lgs. wl7w3 EDGAR E. WRIGHT'S ESTATE. V I TE tbe subscribers, having been appointed hy tbe Honorable the Probate Court ror the District of Chittenden, Commissioners to receive, examine and adjust the claims and demands of all persons, against the estate or Edzar E. Wrlsht, late r Jericho, in said District, represented Insolvent, and also all claims and demands exhibited In offset thereto; and six months from the day of the data berror, being allowed Dysaw lean ir inai pur pose, we do therefore give notice, that we will at tend to the business of our appointment at the dwelling of Norman Wrisht, in Jericho, in said District, on tb seeead Tuesdays er iPccemoer ana Mitch next, at 10 o'clock, A. 11., on each of said Dated this M dar ot aepcesaovr, a. ices. ANDREW WAIlNEU,lCMHu,sener, L. A. BISHOP, S CMnml Hn"'- wi;w3 . .. - . e. .,. William 11. lua, CmrrixBEX 'Oonxir COITRT, September Term, lSi. ALEXAXDrnt BAIH, I The Vermont and Bos-1 ton TeleTTADh Com&a- ja- ny ATUsiee. J It known, that Wullam II. Allen of the eltv mnntv .n.l state of New York.hv his writ dat- ed July JO, A. D. I -SI, and made returnable to'the County Court holden at Burlington within and ror the county or Chittenden, on the 4th Tuesday of September, 11. brought his action against Alex ander Bain, of parts unknown and resident without the State, declanni; against said Bain in an action of debt, to recover the amount of a certain Judgment by said Allen, on the mn nay or -vugnsv, 1-0.1. in tk. ttnnrem. Con ft nf th State Of New York for th county of New York, recovered against said Bain, for the sum ot jtsju aouars uiasiiuu ii , . a.,.. 3T cents costs, which remains unpaid ; which said writ Issued against the goods, chattels or estate of the sabi Bain and also against the Vermont nd Boston Telegraph Company, a corporation, as th Trustee orthesaid Bain: and was duly served by attachlngas the propertv of said Bain, 210 shares of tli capital stock cr said corporation, sundln; OU L II C uwks Ol I'll e,....vu .u w.. . " " John Macdougall. and lr summ jning said corpora tion as such Trustee , sshich sal I writ was duly en tered in said Court at file return day thereof, and siM corporation appeared aad made disclosure or certain effects in its hands, but it appears that the same are claimed by tbe said J. ho Macdougall land thereupon said court cm appoint unptii o. i., , . MnmiMM. t.. t k. the disclosure or sabi Trustee, and to bear, elamine and determine all questions arisingnn respect to 1110 uaomiy 01 sai.t Trustee and th right of -aid claimant; and neither the saH Bain or the said Maclongall having ap peared or made answer to sabi ictlon. and It ap pearing that they were absent from this Stat at '-eumeoi tne service oiiwuu .u ... returned within'the same or had personal notice ot the brlngtnr or pendency of this suit If it ordered, that notice be given to tbe saM Alexander Bain and to the said John Macdougall of the pendency or sabi action and the substance thereor and what has been done therein, by publishing the same and this order for three weeks successively fn the "Burling ton Free Press,- a newspaper published Jn 'aid Burlington, the last'or which publications shall be. as to said Bain at least twn v , i, and as to said Macdougall at least sixty ays before the next term ofsafcl Court, to be holden at laid-Burlington on the Srst Tuesday of April. 1563. to which this cause is continued , at which term said Bain Is required to. appear snd male answer to said action, and said Macdougall to appear and make good his claim to the effects In the hands oT said Trustee. Dated at Burlington in the County or Chittenden this 15th day of OetoJr, lest. A. J. HOWARD, Dep. CTk. DAN'L ROBERTS, Atfy. wiiwj. SARDINES A I.'IlUir.K. L 01UENTM0RBIHAN of th famous export of II. Guilourx. stantling confessedly the Excelsi or brand orth market. For sale by LOUIS FOLLETT CO. Oct. 29. FORK TONGUES. I OFEECHLESyet eloquent, and fneompara pO ble delicacy. A small supply Introduced to re store connaence, anu icr saie oy L0CI3 FOLLETT A CO, Oct. 23. I