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THE BtTKLINGtl?(5JsT FREE PRESS FkYDAY i-I3RNTNG, 3STOV- 4- '180
Correpondenee of the Free IVess. Trom .Uontpelicr. The LegisUtnre has a Urge amount of business on its hands.and still Mils to amend the statutes and to Ineoiporate companies t r various purpsses, &c, continue to come in. These bills are hurried through the various pro "w required prafiminary to tlieir passage, Hid p-eatreeJtritr than safety. Some of these ! -tl measures bid fiir to give occasion for pret tj severe contests, as strong parties outside are t -'ling aid opposing tbem. The application 1 r a chaH r f.r a railroad from Castleton to Rutland is just n a bone of contention that e tos a j.e..J ucl of Interest before the road i u niittee. ( A lull requiring the expense ot fJ and of t icbers' loard in the school districts of the tte to I raised upon the grand liEt, pr.ssed i ." House thisr morning after some discussion. 7 his bill has hardly received the attention v.!.. h its .uiportance demands, although it has ---rvedlt met with favor. The various nteae i.,. - reo mrser-drd by the Secretary of the Hoard 'I luciiu a asset with favor ia tin- House, and proiutilv h: favored in the Senate also. 1 he ' nportant measures of the session, those r -in- general interest, are not yet tully be f re il, Legislature, it ie prob ible, however, t it 1j- 'nilitia qaestioa will "oon be hrouht i iv irl, and the bills already mtri'lujel, the . ' t r .mending the militia law, and the ether r r,: t'.iging the militia, will be discussed and ' 1 uj.jo. Next week will oibbmbly be a tery l -y e for the lg stature. 1 lie lutstioa of paying boonties to substitute i - ,1.1 ci ha been discussed at some length in the I !!. i.-' a two different days of the present week, i i r. f 'It of the ducmsion was to reject liy a Uee. d-d vote the bill providing to pay such boun t ' - Several bills Here introduced this m. ruing ii.iin I'd to reach nearly the same puint aimed .ii in the bill that was rejected. Whether any ' :l t . pay substitute so. dices boanties at the I r 'ci. t time will meet with favor in very doubt :ul. So awury of the substitutes are known to l.e merely mercer arj sildaere, bought of the I. ui.'y brokers, that then is very little dispo - ii. u to pay them, as a class, anything in addi t ii t the price lor which they enlisted. Could : r Laorim malum be made between the wor- i . mo! unworthy, it watt si make a didcreiea i. i lie prevailing sentiment in reference to these MoxrrEUEB, Monday Oct. 81. J i t Frtt Prtrn 1 !. joint aasemfaly Car election of Judges of s ioit.de Cuart and reporter of decisions of said e urt. is set down tor to-saorrow afternoon. It i-. howeter, doubtful whether the assembly trill t'eit julgesat that time, as a bill to increase the salaries of tke jadgea is now before the lb u-e and will hardly be decided upon by to ii...rnv nfternoon. The bill proposes to leuwu the numlr of jadges by one and divide tke sal iry of the judge whose services arc dispenser K.in, ara.Tig those remaining in office. v.neffirt yas maie a few days since to set 1. wn the consideration of this bill as a special r ler fora day leyond the time of joint assembly, i ne stowed intention was to secure another post i 'lenient of election of judges. The House refus e 1 to put off the biil beyond to-morrow forenoon, tt hit effect that will have on the question of aa chvtiou to-morrow remains to be seen. The Committees are doing a good deal of hard work in considering local bills. 'In. I. j.-l ttare is waking up to a sense of its diirti'ty and importance. Since the opening of the -e-i..n there has been a scries of entertainment- applying for admission to the Bepresenta tites" II-tlL Some of them have been erninently voi thy of the attention of the 1 Mature, sad o.i e, not as, by any means. The Legislature i.. w refuses each applieatioUhnot wishing to en- i eterythingthat desires to gain notoriety in t - a ay at the expense cf the Sure. Hon. Ja- uilamer, ear U. S. Senator, has been invi t : to address the Ltgisistare, anl his address I n kinl forward to as one et the really good th njre cf tbe session. Ne day has yet been fix f. r it, nor has Mr. Callamer yet lesponded to the invitation. Pilot. H' stciDX. In Malone, a sew days sinea, tn.i'if tlie 1'rswosL Marshal's guard, named 11 II ind and Kern (ran, pit to quarreling, and ii .llnnd being straelu seised a hnyonet and e I'lbed Kerrigan, causing hb death in a few uiiniites. An imiuest was bead resulting in a y. rdict ol " jo finable homicide." Maryland a Free State. From this day onward, the State of ilary- lui.l nturitaoixed uo.ler u Constitutitm adopt- t u b the Copts, which declares that all who neri- i-laves at Uie bine of its adoption, are n i lunger mi, autl tfa.it slatery sl.ull not exist in tliat State bertalter. Official proclama tion ot tbv ndltiufi of like new OiUetitutioa v at- made by Got. Kradiord on tiie 23th of October. MaivsU. a.SEsaroa. taswraur Cony has a . linted rvatuao A. Farwell. ot Rockland, I i. it.d Slates Senator from Maine, to fill the unexpired term of Secretary feawinlen. The Vermont Troop at Cedar Creel,. tCorrcpt n lenee X. T. Times. Custer, with his jmctieal ere, saw at a glance that the important moment fur a dasli h td ar rived. Hastily calling in his command he start ed with the First Vermont Cavalry, CoL Hells, and Fifth New-Vork Cavalry, M ijir Krom, tht balance of the command, except the First Connecticut, following as closely as possible.' ith this small command he pushed through a rocky ravine, striking Cedar Cresic at a blind fori, but little more than oae-fourth of a mile west of the pike. Custer and U ells at tlie bead, crossed with the First Vermont, and Major Krom with tbe FifihCVew-York following. At a ditince of less than half a mile from the Creek, lVram's infantry was foand drawn up behind a stone wall to receive them. Skirmishers were ha-tily depk.yed from the First Vermont; the 1 ilth Xew-York in column, by squadrons, form ed on the left. Tbe rebel artillery could be beard running over the pike It was too great a prize to be lost. "Charge! Charge!" ftirly Ecieeched out Custer, and the small but gallant 1 ind did charge successfully, dispersing the enemy and not stopping lor prisoners. On tbe command da'hed, striking the pike about one m.le socth of Cedar Creek! It was now dark, tiu at a glance it was seen thaw the pike was full of artillery, horses, men, and wagons. CoL i eils dashed forward to beyond Strasburgh, cutt.ng off by the movement Jorty-fiw pieres of a ttllery, ambulances, wagons, caissons, horses, soldiers, &c.t &c. The soldiers surrendered i-uietly generally, and only asked to have their i i.n pittireu feu mucn us GDunnHX naunr prisoners than there are men in the regiment. The New Y'ork Trftaae's cerrespondent.ini speaking of this charge, says: As the.e were but, 48 p:eces of artillery captured by the wholear- ' my, this splendid achievement of tbe Green Mountain Boys can be fully appreciated. Gen. even the poor traitors in the ranks of the rebel j WTe trout""'K h" -beer'- and going out army. The scene that followed most be imagin- early one morning found a "varmint" caught. ed f.ritcanitbeptoer for hls rilrj- fir d kilfed r hIt. As I h-iTe said lie fore, the Michigan , . brigade. Col. Kipp, had forced Kershaw's com- , bMk phwP of I" ,mn Ho'k ' m ind acrthc river on theleft, ,-aptnring BenDil,j:ton Wr drscr.'ir,, in mm.y pn-oners, and in fact dispersing the com- ' xvn., rinnd. Devin's brigade a portion of it was on . lowinr; language, tbe "r,,id " of a woman detached service tbe First New-York, a portion ; named Grovcr, upon the larn-vard of a of the SiXth and Twenty-ninth New-York, pur-' ... , . ... su-1 the enemy lireetly up tbe Dike; but the I naShW"", whence she drnve a cow. s jld it rapid movement ef Custer gave him the advance. ; and pocketed the Lnnev. Tiie robbtrv r ing said ha command, or rather the First Vermont ' dIs00Tered the offiop, r tJj , " j aLd litth New-York, capturel a majonly of ' the guns. Merntt's division captured several ! '' raid m their turn, an 1 in default i t' bail, battle-flags, seven or eight tiieees of artillery ' the the-raidcr wa commit'. 1 to jat! and a large number of prisoners. Custer's div- I isiun recaptured a flag belonging to the Fifteenth New-Jersey Infantry, which was taken in tbe morning, and also several battle-flags and pris- Larcenv. During the meeting, last Tues oners. The First Vermont also captured mere day evening, the safe of tt nlis Mould, of this Shendan staus that no regiment has captured aa mr,,!, in n ainfla h.ra ain.V tl,a war nm as much in a siocle cbirz iince the war com- menced. The 1st Veraoot hw IodS 1 a ter-, ror to the retjels. (.Correspondence of tieXew York Tribune At the battle of October 1'.', the 2d Brigade of the 1st Division lath Army Corps wasewa - mandoj by CoL Stephen Thomas of the 8th 'ver- raont Veteran Volunteers, of which oScer it wold be impossible to speak in terms of too much praise. To his ind.mirable com age and coolness may beattributM theeplendrldtwipline and fighting of the lid Brigade on that .menting, when.underaterriMeenSla'lingfireoftheem- "Jt aucy gdjianuy maintaineu ute ten oi inc Division line. Col. Thomas Is a Vermonter, with all tie charaeteristies of a Green Mountain Boy; hewa a prominent Democrat anterior to the raboUuin. and a candidate upon the gubernatorial ticket of bis party in I860." He nobly menaced part-- principle at his country's call, and has !e i t. s I, rave regiment through many battles, from i'. :t Hudson to this ''added hour of vietnrv 1:1 ttte Talleyofthe Shenandoah. 11 1 .',.. 'i ti . - regiment just besure a gallant cU irge at the laU' ua ttle or 11 incnester, is cnaraeternaie of the man : ' 'Boys! if any of Ton ate in the habit of nrayins (and I hope you all are), tht Hint le pi uy kat rome. lrav rci , aud jiray !( tu (v; rem '.ih.t JSnaa .?! and ! t Vermont, ar-1 w 11 drive the ei.my to hell, whtre he rH-.or-'." It is unneci ts try to adl that ttie bth Veruw.nt i d 12th Ceunecticut. in tbe grind chsrze 1 1 ih-t day, nobly verified the won!- of Col. Tmmas, who led Ijith regiments. Vermont Colonization Society. The Forty-fifth Anniversary o; tn wfc held in the Brick Chnn n. 'M. nt-.. 1., r Thursday etening last, the "'ith u.--i L'l'n-i- dent, lion. tMniel rtaluwin, nt t! e t or i'he services were operie-i aih - tlp:in fr.'-ll the choir. Rev. irra H Bj. ipon. of v n. i , read a portuur of scripturt, and ltd u pmier. The Secretary reatl exti i t. trom the 1'.. jmrt. f tbe Board of Managers: atti r ali.ih. t . lrt-. urer, George W Scott, lli-'i , j.reenuj h.- report, showing thtt htse l.een cotiiiihut. i in the Mute, daring the list tear, for Ci Ionization to Litieria. The audience was then addressed by Mr. Hi ii ry W J lina.it) i col. ml i a tt i ). t'ti.in ( i., u, digua, N. Y. His -t tu w- i.. -h . tint, for all that can be done by favorable d itioa and by inditaliuls, to ilttiiie tuc c l r.d rtoo u the Cuited Slate-, th-t can netir rise to their true uianboad, and njov etjual social and crril rights with the white rce in this country. His address was well seasoned, sliowing a wide range uf knowledge, and was impressively debierod. .Mr. Johnson is a oat it e ot Ferrisburh, Vt After the death of his father, at tbe age of 14 years, he weal to Canadaicaa, when far learned and prsetieeil the trade of a barber. His early advantages fur education were very limited. But with an ardent thirst &r lawledge, he imsroted wrly all bis leiawra hat rs while wt.rking at hie traiie. pursoed the Englion stu lies, and sfer wards bis mathematics aa 1 Latin, and finally went through the coarse of lei1' studies. The c mmittee who examined him for admission to the Bar, and the judge who admitted him, speak in the highest terms of his attainments. Mr. Johnson sails for Liberia in oar next ex pedition, intending to practice his ptaJeanoa there, as a lawyer; and if his lift is spared, we predict that ere long we shall hear of him as fill ing some of the highest pram of honor in that fonrishiog Bepanlic of colored men. The following officers were elected for the coming year: HON. DANIEL BALDWIN, President; " Saarxi, Kelumt., ) " Lcwai H. Dsxaso, ," t; Bit. i. K. Coxrsmsa, Secretarr; Geoaoi W. Scorr, Esq., Treasurer; Johx A. Pigs, Esq., Auditor. jusaasaa. Hi txcellescy John G. Smith, ' Jeha B. Page At.. Johnson A. Hardy, Esq., Xer. William H. Lard, - P. W. tgylNa, Hetuy fltesens, Eso.B Boa. Nt inian TttHssms, neeaaaa Kevea, Esq., Ber. C. C. Parker, Hon. Krastos Fairbanks, " 1'aal Diirnvgham. COaxci or Ton. Tbe Montreal TVm crit, which at nrst could only speak of the St. Albans raid as an "outrage,'" and its authors as rsacslsanddesyeiadWs, mw says: If it be the case, as is risserted hv an rvrn- 'ing oontrmporary, that the desperadoes who ptuDuerea tne rjanxs at vt. Altaum aad made so free with tbe horses of the hotel Ineepers in that Tillage, were com nitwl by a dipt, in tbe CtMdt-aerate aertrice, duly cusamiaaion ed for tbe purpose, we suspect all the exer tions of our authorities have been thrown away. The ease will resolve itself into one of war jrecisely tbe kmbs aa that now wsged by the North with the South. Under the Eitrtxiition Treaty the parties engaged in the robbery cannot "be given op. Personal, Adjutant WyUys Ifasam, 10th Vt., reach ed home last week. lias woond is in tbe kg, from a ball which passed through the legjust above she knee, cutting one of the small tendons, but av.ii.lino tbe bone. He i doing well. The 10th took 200 musket mto tne ngnt et toe JVth, and the casualties ' jwd to l.ave lieen .-. t on fire Ivy rebel cnii!--were about TO in number. I sario. The alarm wns s iin.led an l the Lieut. James M. Read, of this plate, ii 4 '"ii'trv c .mp inies were pl.ie, i nn.l. r arms, now acting as Adjutant of the Regiment. j l'bere 1-no .j iest nwi tut that it wa an in- Lieut. Geu. . Davis was slihtlv wounded bj a hall tbe force of wi.icll was uiainlj spent hy passing through hishavrcsack, cun- awawrj. aic u n-jmueu ine regi- mcnl- We learn that Capt. A. G. Waton of tbis plscc teas wouudt4 in Sheridan's victo ry of tbe 19th while capjtring one of tlie batteries taken by our cavalry. IlereceivM a ball through the left shoulder and nerk. breaking no bonet- but inflicting a painful wound. He is in hospital at Winchester. Capt. Wateon and his brother Semuel Wat fon both distinguished themselves in tlie" battle, as did tbe Vt. Caviilry generally, the regiment claiming eighteen of the guns as its share of tbe captures, besides a large nt-in-b r of prisoners, wagons, tx. A man natseil Howard, an employee on tlie I'tuvumtisic Kailroad, was kiliod at Ale- Indues Falls last week Thursday. In ptiFsing from the tender back upon, the cars, be fell under the train and jrae crushed under the wheels. A week ago Fridaj, H.'nry Phaar, at vr.irk in the woollen factory at Vergennes, got iiis shirt caught while adjusting a belt, and every rag of clothing was pulled off him but hi boots and socks ; he wns t-omcwhat hurt, but not seriously. Last week Monday morning an Irishmen by the name of James Pjer, was found dead in a ditch in Derby : it wjs tlioulit he fell in while drunk, and hurt luuisci! so as t. . cause death. At a meeting of the stockholder of tin- Bradford Bank, held Saturday, Oct. 23d. it was decided to close up the but-im A man in Johnson set a trap for bears that village, was robbed of StN. The ming , moacy wff fbsfl" found m ti c-old K"" yard on tic hill. William Ar.iur a "iof .Mr. WalUcc Arthur, lav oeen arrest- ed for the crime, and acknowledges nis guilt. He was tried at Plattsburgh and sentet .t-d to State rrieon. un searching tlie iremises, a r lfln-O miantitv nf fnul4 UuH. r.Minjl - nhtnn 1 gjojg, larcc quantity of coods were found ; which I ? wcu KeescviUc Pep. P. so' .11 i. J H. I'latt, f rtncrly .oft' 1- p-ii". w. I .11- Ken a prisoner in the ' h nij ot ,!.c rebelB since last May, Tued . ,,, , , 1 " J n.lit kMt. Al- t , , , . L E,-. a t -pe and I " , t i : i- .,na.,.i. ...i hew - .:t .-: u !. .1, turou'. i'-'' I ' u.-A frjtn3 ;a i'...irlt-ton S. C. and hi- siawe trcd an exc ;:tnc u. 1 condition, 't:' He is in g'4 health V't.nwi . I CSiap- Li . iai i II i It-.l. ' i " ,,n;,.j A ,,eeo P" I : . Ijdt; lii 'ti i' the 6th he! i. and tPf late .V . Lincoln i is c jminiicHiiM Mai jr if the same. . ' ' '' '' . kite f the 17t Tt., w. i aljlyary and Maannic hon ireloro", Oca. S6th. A vast eoo- or-, a: I, taaeers assembled on the ieaafcint, ana! th services were reasarka- by r ilrmn and imrjressiTe. Charles Leonard, of Brattleboro', bos been a ; fainted Jjutaat pf the 5th Vs., by tbe titivernor. Col. Randall mat Co. t, 17a Vt.. have been mustered and gone to tbe font. Aleji.i a iirBdred &Talrscents left the Brattleboro.' Hospital tor tbe Iron on the 25tb. Tme CiLus (Mc ) Bisk Raid lis con. Stcrios WTTD TBS St. AUUN3 arTalB. Oar leaders any liave notsot-d aceounts of a recent i.ii-ucuefal. tttteaktit at bank robbery a Gilais, ite Three of the rubbers were ceizod, and wire taken to tht- State Prison at ThoaraMoa on the 2tb. When taken from the jait they eoaaasenead harrahiag for JeC Dsnia. The Bangor Cornier sava: "I bese prisoners were quite talkative and pretended to expect to be released as eooo as jt-fl. 1) it is made a demand iur them, which be Would do at .hhv, as they were prisoners uf war. i'l Cuptmn or ruipjeader, Collins, nasi tiiey were nyularly in the Confederate em ice and wi re sent ttiere to Uke the place, a lost wri.icii tliej si.oukj bate awtxiapUalied bad it nut been tar treachery. lie said th St. Albans aftVir was by his men, utuu li.nt ue nuu plenty ot menus on t'w other side o( the line and that he lad rienAls on tht- idc who would assist them if they dared . Ie knew who tu esli opun in tlits i:v tor bi-li. and tt would not' be refuted. He t i.ienilTt'at'W has oosferiiead friends in this city. Une of the. men claimed to be train M. lyraw, Mo., the Carjtam from Hi issiM i. :ind the other from New Orleans. IHatb or Ktv Da. Asa sain Ctuawaaat. We see ntentiiiBcd in the Springfield Sepui- iii an the death of tbe Earv. Dr. Amariah Chandler. Piu-tor of the First (Jongreew tonal CEurcii in titean&M, Jlass. lie died in tliat towjtw i'lmraoay srigba of last week, at the age ol 82 years. Dr. Chandler was a native of Decrhrld, Mass., and graduated at tbe University of Vermont in 1807. He preached for many years in MTaitsfield, and subsequently, we believe, in Hardwrck of this State, fie iwest to Gajeafield in ltfoi X a pastor and a citizen he was greatly re spected and loved in the town, and, indeed. whcrevt'i he wan known Ha was a man of eminently aowad jadgasent, of earnest and deep piety, aad aa eaeeUeajt preacher of the gospel of hie Load and Master, Jesus Christ. His rjivsenee nt tbe annual C-unmeDcemcQt oeentians of tbp Onrrersity, bring one of tbe very lea soisinsrs of the early classes ot graduates, was always sppreciated with spe cial interest by. el! who knew him. Bis last attendance was st the N-mt-Ccntennml Cele bration, ten years ao : and few who heard the brii f remarks, rtp! ! in a warm-hearted. ptiilantluxipK and chriatiito spirit, which uetnade to the Alumni as they were about tn separate after the com men cement dinner, will 1 likely to forget then. St. AtntN. We learn that considerable ex' ih mentw.i; crested in St. Alhe.tis Thursday nigot itb'Hit nine 'clock, by the horning of a burn on the outskirts ol tbe village, sup- cendi ity lire, and Was inurdfl. as many euj'P , to draw the luea out -f tne JI ige, ia ot.I.t tu Ire it in their alsiuiv. Tlie t barn Ul n.cd to t!ic Newton property, and i was wlmHy museum!. ) Tbe Ok.n or the new Baitist Cnritt h. Tin; near urgan inanulactured by tlie Messrs. IIu k, of Boi-ton, Iur tbe Baptist S-iciety in tl.ix pi .-, lias lieeu erected in their new and el' 'satit lace ol worslnp, under the suptrin- tenth-nn- ol Air. F 11 Hastings, agent fir the makers, and was tried in the presence ol a small audience ol amateurs and mnic lov ers, on Friday iu ning. The ptriormers were Messrs. Gerrish ot Boston, .S. C. Moore and Proctor of this plaiv, who displayed tbe quality and powers ot the inetruuient very fully nnd skillfully. The universal verdict w.ii- that tlie organ is a superior one, of unu sual power for its site, ami continuing nanny I raiiiuble new luecbaiiical arrangements. The J list lift-tot. i as follows . j Ureal Vrjtin Open Diapason: Dulciana; Meloilta and Stopped Dtirson Has.; tletave; J Twrlith; Fifte'irth; Mixture; Trumpet. Si 'V.O.j- Ok anl ltia-..,n; ( ictave; S-topie.1 DStin-nn (Tr.-We and Bass 1; Flute Tra- verso; Keiaulophon; Open Uispason; Bourdon I (Bass an 1 Tn'oii'); Tremolo. ' Pelal Oryjn ("27 notes) Open Diapason, 10 feet; Bourdon. 1. feet, CoupUrt Great sndSwtll; Pedal and Great; Pedal and Swell; Pedal t'hecl; Bellows Signal. Ti i tiigau uccu ic- a loom to tin lelt and rear of tbe j i.lpit in t' e cliurch, the sound Hi lii'j: tiee egress through large ratmss of f silt;'1''"' Tie larKiribtT i.nd clii-ir are he: ii, ! tU' p .lpii. Is wiil ) run. mU-rtd tl. it Mes;rs. iiook are the makers of the great Worcester Organ, which is claimed to be suptrior to ail others in Amtnca, in vun of ' its eite:i-ie i-kct.'jim: tU'ectiti- and btaotiful i-Kip.-i, its iiuproeu uud nrtirtic voi.'in nr..! hv tiie Incihtv with whic'i all i ' hr.iu , t nndrr ti.e control . I : ; m imi ' i T.i i.i mVr I -t mcv'i.i'iii ! rei-t-1.- anu comoiuauou pedals of the Worcester Organ is 77, and the number o! pip- 3.5114. Tin. tloMiGrAawa. The Don-oomniiseiiHif d of&ecr of Capt. Page's company of Minutt m.ti arc as lolluws. la( .Vr..i.ir H. C. T. Miaui , '2d .,., Louis FolUtt . -ill !.. II. G. Catha ; ilh do.. J. U. Vuliy . tthao., E. . Vmpj. Corpormbl,. K. llamngton, W'm Smith, 11. s Styles, Geo. Fullett, A . 0. Crane, rt'iih ,ai Crombie, II. W. Alien. Charles Wainii'ai. JW ,, ,-, ,, . . . ,l .nr-iny w not ap-a tne mi. i receipted for ir ,-..ns areoiuirid to o s-i at once, at I'a, t I'a.'e-- , J flTie Uompatsj myeU fordnl! un Monday Z cremn. c CHARLES J- ALCER, Affornuy rt"n'd Counselor A T t-AW AHSl I.icentcil Aent for IrorHti i PIKWSrG.YS, it O U.YT iiiui zi.icK r.iw Oatee south Side Court Hone Siunr Bt?KI.I.VnTOX, VT., Ab Agent for lie faUmnnt Imurance Campanict. HASJI'BelV riUK I.VSURA.VC'K CO. . Capital, iistMSitl. liAatTaTOIU) FlUsC I.NSUKA.NCK Uartiord, Coan. Capital, $ l ,nuu,oi to. CO. 'OIT lA'ir;i;.iS'CB CdMI'.l.VV. KpruKtWd; Mass. Caattal, (iso.ogo. .M.tatUATTAX flllK I.MJH."fK CO, MewTerk. Capital, t&KVull. M'llIXCIFtlSI.Il P. JL .M. I IXM'K.a CK COJII'.t.VV. Sprunraeld, Jlass. Capital, f3.i n I.It'ERI'OOI. A MI I.OMIOV LICK .1X1) I'IRK OM'R.l.VCB COMI'AN V. (over) Jo,im.,i'. BtcrrrxBLK i.ipk .twin t.cn SOCIKTV. Mew Tars. Guarantee Capital, tut . Apiilleattoas by mall promptly sllsiiitsjl ! Jsarlinxum, Jans 10. daw 1 r S 31 I T H As 1' I. A T T , I X Y C I S Coaslstlag of ahu-ge atoek of DRK88 GOODS. SHAarLg, CLOAKS, RaeUtJC BOSIERT G LU VIS AMD DO MBTIC GOODS SEXaOULLT. Also a vary sxteaatm variety sf c .f x r is t 1 t; s Thoas daairbuc good barfaias yill Am wan to eaU rrno. t mnoN btjOck. Bwrltaxton Vt. Sept. M 1U. J.trOll GltKK.N, J" .v 59 i: i; t.s n ; n , SLtXt FAi TTBt R M M ILtTl IX ColNiio :tml Elurial (' In Wood and Metal, of every st le. t LL Hises constantly en hand, or made to order i. in an requireo ai ir. Corriv Tbimmivgh of all kinds. Name nates. Shrouds. Cravat, t'xllars and everythin raquired contnnti7 on nann aoa lumisneq at snort nouos. FrnsRAL aTTssnsn, wits IIxabse. Apply to J. GREEN, College SL, Or at hi" residence on I'nion St. BorlintoQ. March ', I-4V4. dfrwtf riMIIXtJ TACK I.U, 1 t'OMPLETE and full assortmaat of rtods. aY It'-e'.-. Sp.Min.. Lines, Honks of all kinds, (Trei l" si l Mnele), Fly Ibsiks, larr. aad small. Fish Itankuts. nwirels. lump. 1lut, aad everythlag in the line, at No. 1 Bank Blick. BRI.NSM.MDi IHLDnBTII. Sept S. .KV MIMIV. 4. "T-0TEf r Ahrati.tn," I : boldier's llream cf Iloaaa. Eululue. Sonf of the Canteen, Let Me Hold It Till 1 Die. Tlie Volunteer' FarewelL Tell linn I'm Reail). Tliene are amon the moat popular hats soass. ,. , II. L.STORV. Burhnt. o, Sept. 27th. 1864. MASS J K K T I x ; . A LL FREEMEN. WOMEN AND CHILDREN OF Chittenden County and elsewhere. Are hereby invited to assemble st .V0. :t U.YiO.Y ISIjOCK, CHURCH STREKT, BCKI.IXGTO.V. - - VERMONT, Dmrtm-j at! bvnneat tour, a the a, from tfal. date until further nutice, far Ue purpvat t rcA.inq IT. S. Treasury Note, imrf nil ntker rurrent fn4, tor the following viz CROC ItT E i: Y, C II I A' A GLASS WARE, PLATED WARE, Ilritaiinia Ware, Table Cntlerj. I'nnry Toilet Sett. Kerosene Jjtinips, I.ANTllKNS and I..V3I1 CHIMNEY'S, And for th trsnsaellen of any other burlness that shall laj thousht proper when net. BHKDI), WALKERS t WIRES. Bun u1..n. VL, Sent. . 14. I. II. .ML'ItltA V. 3 r n e v a u i T ailor, CHOHCH STREET. Opposite T'ljicrsr ' .otbs. Cassmmn.. 'ip ' tea and aaost aakaan sh"rt notice i.n i most rawonaMa term. Ssrlln-'b r. I Uwt pre vnrjs. a-.i .,".... .,,.... . . I did Edition intJ.Vlx P UKmNGTOX-s. saart 1 1 iALMOX WIRES, A'tlorncy nnd Coun-cllor .IT X.fII, AND AGENT FOR THE PROSKCtTruN OF CLAIMS FOR PENSIONS. BtirNTIES AND ARREARS OF TAT. AUO- Ajrint for the ollowlns Flrrt Clws Icsannes Com paaies, viz; Jts, rto;nlx and Connecti cut of IlirlAird i Home, Lorillard and tjumr of New Vork , West trn Massaehnrntts cf Pttr fisld. Jlvj. Offlee m PECK'S EICtt, Satlltiston, Vt. A tem ippUcafesrnVcrlon or by mail proutlT .U dawem Mar 'PJIK Bt nook hy which t Um PianWorte The lk)k that malt Tiano fctudts Attastnt. Is Rkhar- T .Vcir UcUmmL The Bet f KterrtUS ior ri&ao Practice 13 RIchardoii a New Methtd. Tlie Bw K ot which t0.u are fM annual - Is Kicbardson! New Method. Richardton't .Vric .IffiAoJ for tht Piano. Price 1 75. OLIVER PITSON k CO., PuWlsliers. Bo, ton. bent by mall, post-paid. Oct. s. V A I.U A 11 LER E A I. ETATE FOR SALE. 'UKIstBapti!tSic:-'t.r, Intrlinscton. offer their L. nenrnt bflsjre of worship and lot for sale. Po session ren on or before Oct. 15th. For terms aad other information enquire of F A. FULLER, Choreh btreet. Burlington, Anz-12- ICH. TO SPORTSMEN. ITE hare just received at No. I Dana Block a 1 1 full assortment of fine K I V la !: s , Doth Dreseh and Maizle loading, ef all si res, an warranted terftet shooters. Also, Flasks, Vint Pottet.es, double water proof Caps, it. BniNSJIAIill HILDHETII. SH. 8th. NEW dress noons : : Al ia y .ii a rv ' s : : : 'P.IK largt ?ttdi of Ire Good ever ahowa at 1 the Corner biota, will he opened thi Ua. and at prieawwwhere neavr being reajuiuMe to what tltoy were hmm three weeks flnce. The atoek eon aiata In prt u followa, via .Uou ilc Isainr-. Ilrrjcadc .Holiair", Striped Valeiitina, Hrucade Uepp, Koabalx Ioplinettr, rL.iN Moii.vins, alpaccas, meri.vos, WOOD PLAIDS, 4c, 4c The attentioa of pmrchawrc la Invited to thia -tuck, m tbe will here see hmI, at Daarold pricea, and as they are new, deairaMe and bahioaftMe, nick mIm are antici Dated to make rooin for Bore of the earn- kind, provided the can be found ataa cneap a Bgnrc aj me above are now be. rat LYMAN'S. Sept. 2. , KVTA HIsIMIKI IN PajK-rat I.estlian .'fliiuiiracttirpr, Price. Vf rnnnedion with tke combined Monopoly for lHgk Prices. IOFFERtheIrgMt nnd Best Aitft.rted Stock o P.PEKrevwvdavsitobetmnd in thia cuntr . BookMwra btntioneri, Printera and Binders will save aaoney b ftrst ezamininc a-j stock. Order h anil promptly filled. A P HAl:I. n1io.eaae Paper Denier. No. 44 Beekmnn straet, N. V. (The Old Stand). June I dnwir SILVKIt PIsvtTKIY STOIIS. XJOW opened orr twenty different rariette. A fine opportutiity to mnke m Mend a TalaaMe present .VO If X THE TIM IS , and the place la CIIIAA HALL. 8.8 BROW t.rau.l f d'.ur jut rcelved t;i. tss shades. I A041I) ASStlRTMENT. hmtraeeivfld at J Ml Kll WALKERS 4 WIRK8 So. .irnion Blik. dtj Jtarr. I lOHElll'ATIlIf IWA. II At PEmrrs. (Kl. 10. TO A It III VK. 100 BBLS. POCHRETTE for sal PBTRCavS. Ost. tn : v t; o tins. 'I 'HE nrat St. -a ..r Jat.rj, Romrs i Bmthen' 1 Mate ! . !-. t'utlerv apsetaclas, Nim slia SS, Ooiif- f "n... Hru.lo- soaps, Raton. Straps, Soap B- am, r, -k-. M.rsr Uoodf Teieseope. Coaipa '- Tl.enu u.i i-r-. IVig Collars, Coffin Ptstsa, M..n. n'- i'i i., an ! a variety of Fancy ar tauaS. at tlie Hi.! Mti :. I hurrh Street J E. BRIIfSMAlO. T K t ! . t NiiTHER.rriia; of that tholes Earlishr-u A fa.-t Tea. At R. I. PIERSON'9. Oct. 13th. V K It X A T K I, I. A . WABBAsrrxn to mu tbe Sioles il Hoots ami hoi WATER AND WAMPXESS PROOF, AND Wlal ONS-TUIKD L0VC. V E It X A T K I. I. A . Is a preparation from Copper, having no area's. Unseed oil, or an thiax or the kind, and when th. soles are once saturated with it. water can no more Stat through them than through copper itself. KICKS.. CK.VTS IT.lt ItOTTM AT RETAIL EERriVIIERE. Bat its eost to the parchaasr Is really notsivs, as it makes th. aulas wear enonxh 1. nj;rr to mora than nay Sir it, lea vine, as a net sain the makin of them Hater and Dampness Proof, and the preservation thereby of that priceless gem, the health. Is a d i c s , It c a tl T It i s . savi: your hi:ai,th: Use Veraatella on the Solss of yonr Shots. It mates tham water proof and thereby j.rotects yonr sat from daapBs, for the ground u more or less moist, either from rain or the morniar aad etenins daw. At Wliolele In Iloston.by B0. C COODWIN A CO.. No. 3R Hanover street. ?; a- CO LCORB CO.. Hanover street. nR TremoBt strU CARTER, RUsT Ir CO., 4J llanorcr street. And Whok-ale Drurglsu generally. Also, by all law Principal Iealen In Boots and Shoes. Jlanufaetursd In the Chemical Department of the cjhoo.y MJxurjcTURiya co.vpj.vr. WYMAN 7tVLER, Aients, , 82 Water itreet, Bo'ton. Jae - d.7m, ISitrliitszton ISook Iliiitle'ry. WILLIAM !COTT. "t r0l'LO rejpectfully announce that he ii -r II pared to execute all orders with which he may he favored in the above line, with care and nronot. Bess. ' ' OLD HOOKS IlE.llor.M). I yffSfC, MJOJZI.VF.S, PAMPHLETS, le., it. IrnunH In ant-.laalr. ... 1- Acoount-Dooka of all kinds made to order, raper , , ruled to any pattern. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. Address, V, Jf. SCOTT, i, ii l0,.nJ" HnnUnrton's Book Store.) rinrllnrton. March ll'fii VKIl.MONT CKNTIt.lL ANO SCLLI VAN la.a li,IIIIAll. KALI, AKItANGE.ME.NT. Commencing October 10M, 1S&4. Tains oouo sorrn asn xasr. Lesve Burllnirton at ?.9it a r mud i SjSP.il. -.-a. auu JIail Trains leave Rouies's Toint, 5J0 A. JL, Bnr- ..... t-oiiureiinim unite Hirer Junc tion and Retlows Fall, with train. eA. n... u- ."r".f'oi5i!p'M,n1''tW Vork' "WE at New Burlinzton hn-rc-s leaves Jlontreal at j.4.i A.M. Rouse s I'oi nt at 7 as A. SI far li.ii-. toj-a. Troy and New Vork via the Lake." ' Itoytapren leave. Ogdenshnrh at 5.31 A. 31.. Muntreatat A. l.,lKu-s Point at 11.43 A. M. for Iloston, Troj and ,cv Vork. NlEht Express leaves Ojdsnsl.urth at 1 1 ii A. M., 3Iontreal3 t, P.jl.. ltouse'a Pntnt m:iu t-i-I "i.Tl?" it --. M", "nneeting at Bellows Falls with t hcihiro Railroa.1 for Iloston and Worcester and with termont alley Railroad for Sprln'SeW Ac., and arriving in New York at I ' M V Jl TRaiSS G01.VG SORTII AXb WIST. Leave Bnrlinr-tnn at a in a ar 15 , 0 , P. II., and 6JW f. 31. ' ' Hay Express leaves Boston at no A. 31.. via Lowell or Lawrence, at :..i A. 31 . via Fitehburs. Leave Sprlnrfeld at 7 30 A. M , Bellows Falls It , ?r Kasatnrric Road, Bnrllnston, 3Ion- tresl, 0:!enbur;, Chicago and the Wert, makin close connections. White River Junction at I D l r..- n o ' ".i aw, vseDenur oniresi ana aiaenet.urc. Aeeoamulatlon Train leaves NorthneM at 10.30 iviJWTerJuort!onwIthtrin lnrm IwOstoaat and ()"-ieBibur?. Tt.- if.ii Tr.u .,., r- TrtlQ orth connect with rknomple Rod ure ss trilns rannin-F i-.a.w n nTT. . ... alZJT',. " . T W W LU IVJC ..ICnilM. Botcn, and Koufe'i Point and Sirlneii: attKScfnaU 1 p "ons. .r-PTI T , Ol. A1DU1I . liai III wj m ol'. .. , ' or ivouse 9 I'oint. .,'. k,i ' 'r" fclrr"'' '"ves Bellow. Falls at lo.lj P. 31. -Ia s aaoci. receivins part-nrers from Vermont Valtar n it . Vssti.c. 1. '!?? ew Y.r. at lila P.3I.. and from Cheahlr. ... . ' ' n. it. leavln? Il,aton a m r , - Dr. Oaks. AT Till! AMERICAN HOTEL. RL'R l.l.NfirON FOR S DAYS. Saturday Nor. l-'tll, nnd Sunday Aot. 13. I T7T.tra.-an..,., ... . .. - wi iiraita are vaiuame an' noi upa ma ??&'ZUJ$$ , frasU2.lir h 11.saa.mM imi ure, and tendi ,! a?"1" ft Uie whole astern. .10 d'r"--- te Ihe whele stttem. Thia hnnure M!e ps.5ca ihtt the atf.mi.eli, and produce s imd tiute i la the mouth. The tongue beevtues furr-tl. attend- I ed with dlixlces and pnin in tbe head T!ie hi If ' then pautta frvm the i lomas?h Into the. llnweals. and proilueeseoetlrcneM. unhealthy liouwir.anrt ava i- ..r 1 1. . it It. htrfiHTWi,niln.lb.n ill 1 A. u4 nnre nuttt nr ttin liloaal. anil IrnlM tn rlA.a ikai.M tote dry and hnsa; and it also tends to dtsarnnn the KMne. which will show itntlf hy the eolu-said quantity of ths nrlrs, nil aj a rjitaral oouanenee a Ions tram ot d,-e-s will follow. Ir. OAKS Is a graduate of the Loodon Medical Cnltoce. nnd has practiced in England aad America for over 17 years, with anparalelled auccesi in tbe tree latent of DEAPNESS 1VD C A T A II 11 H : Xoises tn tke Head, Dizziness, and all Dis eases of the Eye and Eac. Throat, Heart, Lungs, Uver, Kidneys, Spine, Bronchitis, Con sumption, Scrofula, Cancer, Dtspepsia, Piles, Rheumatism, jc.. c. The Ir- iMTtntc a lair and extennre pneticnl extrience in the tnsUinent of utaeasen Derail . b pre pa red to reeeire patients for medical treatnK-Dt rm the unM improTed principle, nnd to treat their dienanea in a Tery stip-rtur and Mti'actur manner, autd in the majority uf cae0 to tar exceed the iut nnsalM ipeetatlot.s nf tbe patient, without re ortuic to any anpleaaant or trtunns; proceafsetf. lr. Oak treats Mooeesirely all dut of the ; ! ; . .vu i: . iz on th nest Improved and modern prinelpla., with entirely new raised las, aad with little or no safler ing to the patient. The Doctor saay be consulted at the A.HDItlCAX HOTI.L, Room .No. MO, From S A. M. anttl a P. M . Consultation 1 1,.... CERTIFICATES and REFERENCES Mnroaa, Ovaiso Co., 3t. T., Hay Mh, iot. This Is to eartify that I have been sick with "Catarrhal Bruaekttis" He) years. Last March I waa indaeod to try Dr. Oaks' traatmant, which re lieved at in tea atinates. I ttawl to eongh half the Bight, anl raise on an avsrage as much as a lare tarn cup fall of viscid phlegm. My sleep was so very BiDch dlaliirtxd, thatl woul.) awake with l.uroinx fever aao perspiration. After aslnx the lst4ir aasdicaa ..aa month, I gained la flesh lu pounds. At tne end of two months 1 weLghad Munds more than In at arch previous. My cough lelt me in two aeeks 1 b nbrht sweats ceased in a or J nights. My fever .eft ma. M appetite and sleep returned, and 1 can traly say that 1 have been as it were rai.-ed trom the dead to nswaeas of life, ano tlni with l.ut one skoalh's traataasnt. FRANCI8 ROWLAND. JOHN W. SMITH. For raff re bob. I eaaerfally refer to DOOR RI SbELL, Bank Cooper-town. JOHN F. SCOTT, UEO. R. WORTBIVUTON. Worthingtun Bank. CHAM. W. SMITH. Otsego Bank. I hereby eerttfr to the raraeity ot the above. BETSY SMITH, Milford, Otsago Co., N. V II limine of I'otiv Vear'-tadlng Cured I, Haarnsl 8taere, of Fly Creek, Otsego Coantv do herehs certify that I hsve been totally Mm.! for roBTT ra taa, aad have been and or the treatment of th at experienced oraUsts aad surgeon. ..f New Tor., who nave Droaoui,ced n case mean! I. I have teen under Pr. H. A. Oaks treatment r r savan weeka I have sssa aim bat three tunes, and for tba Brat lima to-day tbasa maay ears, I was en abled to iiiseorer oblects clearly twenty rodsdlstant. I can also see to read his name oahtawiadowshaoes which 1 hare done In tba presence ot witnesses, trom excessive delight at returning vision. When I arst saw the I'.ictor, I was completely prostrated ia bodily health. Ha has completely restored ua, aad I am very happy to say tliat I feel full) twenty years younger I am nearly n years old haul' el snrwna rtioa, Sa-ptasarer nth, l6J Wit.is.es-J. A. Kidnc) aad Dr. Calvin Ktaney. Frankfort. Uerkitner Conoty. , from tke I'tKa .Vonuatf Herati Fisttia laAcsavaALts. A wondeifal cure per tornml b Dr. U. A. Oaks haviBg e.me under oar nottce, w feel, the greatestest eonadrnce in reem manding us superior treatment to such as mav be aftlietci i ith .'iinasss of the y. This cure 'was pa tortus a. let llic ease had been pronounced hy eminent i hysieiaas roearahle, aad tne eye eatirely aestroyea. aad Uts Oaspaired of. The ays is as well, baa. thy and brilliant aa ever, and bo one can disssra tbe diner. nee. it Is really a womlerful cure aad woolu grace any of oar "medieal reeonts " Simians to Dr. Oaks aad bis superior treaaaoent, which is entirely new Ctica, May aist, Isel. (fVoa fas CrSos .Wonuas Herat We take pleasure In recording another woaavrlal care by Or Oak. A yowag man who Is awiplaywS as a shwk ia the eatabliahaneat of L. Witkaas, Eaw.. eeaifeetloc. r.io., No..r Blaeeker Street. Ctiea, was cared of t. tal bluvdnear arising from Asaaurjatt. Bs is now ai wall aad can see as perfectly a st any aarnw ot in. IU. CtVaV, AaXWat, IS61- Cnra, Aasast .1, l64. l'sas Sis Patmit ass, vary respectfully, to pre test von with this eertancate as a toi-en of nr seasaarfal skillaaapssicaaa, aad of your depert Bssstasa nentlaan. Fic aaorc than seven years I have heea afflicted adth siekneas of a awtare perailar to females, ex cept that 1 waa bedridden lor over two tears,and unable to move without asslstan. e 1 hav s had nine dtflereal rbysletan. in the last two Veers, none of whom eosid help aee Indeed, to nee theiruwn word, "they were completely paul ii with my case, and that all the atadielBe in the world eoald not restore me. nor ei en help aae " Alter maeh redectioa, 1 consented to try your treatment ; I had heard tou so highly apokenof by those whom you had cared. I soon realised the IrnthaW myrelt, that jour supe rior skill a si baawacial, sod that v .nr treatment helped ass in leas than two weeks fn four month. I as so maeh in Droves that even ma friends were astonishes 1 eoatinae te Improve, and can now eheerfally add this, my mite, with hundreds of oth- ers whose lives yow have saved sad rendered happa jiay ooii oicm oa, in usas. in your ennoMuag aad benesci.&t Dilation to saflering hamamtv 1 shall alwas be happy to reply to any who may re- i.r 10 uie a., loyoarcapavoiirues a an Sana 1 am, dear air. Yours, resassetrallv, 3lre. M E.I.REY. No. t, W hiteshoro Street, Dtiea. N. Y. For references see eatsslara to be had at his rooms umce nours rrom . A. at. uatu 8 1'. X. Sept. dawl I'OWKUS A: STORY. neatKRs lv I'utnns, Cabinet Organs, and Mnr.onnoNs. nURLIXGTO.V. - - VERMONT. "ItrE keep eoismBtly on ha ad, a large assort- , 1 uwu, o. ui. aoo,e inHnnwsv. rrora only Such naanuiactnriea aa aaaa, o, aula ik. 1 . for we warrant everv lttstrameBt we sell, for sivs r aaas, ann u it ooe. Bos salt tbe pnrebaaer n er ery resjasct, h- is at liberty to eiehanre U. The UBlted Co.'s Pianna mauta K. a Htoa. 1 .. foremen and workmen from the best manufeetone. in New York, we make oar leading iBittrumeBts The manaraeMrers, by doiBg their own labor, and each man being personally interested, are enabled to make a Brit da a. rnstiwnwat, at a less price than any other etubllshment. 31any of our best moati- "- ataa outer, nave imreamsen mem. A toon the number we rsier to Prof. S. C. Sleore, lmrlanatoa. U. (i. Beavediet, Edward L maa, ' CoL R. 0. Stone, PlattshurrJi, N. Y. Mr. Whltesides, ChaaEnlalnVN. Y. John Rodsers, Black Brook, " 3!rs. Dr. Woodard, Brandon. Dr. Drew, Wat.rbo.ry. We are also axenU for Dtiiiham, Slcilnvay A Son.. Ilazello Urn-., Ilmerstin, WuHlward A Ilrotvti. And others All Instruments we sell at tBaawlae- tUrers OrieeS. Ctlln - ,ka, on anit V In tune for one ear, free of expense. Seeatad hand Pianos we Uke in exchange for new. thereby bav ins a stock constantly on hand and for sale. r..mVi55,7S,!le.aS,nt'or MASON A IfA31LI.VS CABINET ORUANs, whose superiority over ail instruments of tho 3Ieknleon class, are too well known to dwell upon. Samples alwars to be seen at ear warerooma. E""? of ajents trarcllnc the country with r reonsihtlity, relline; Instmments. In nine ease, out of ten y ou will set cheated If you purchase of thein. Dnt call at our warerooms, at II. L. Story's MujlcStire, before pnrchaain-, and aee what we an do tor 1. -n. A W. POWERS, Burlington, Auc. J. last. II. L. STORY. dAw. GAS and PORCELAIN 8 1 LAP Eh a SIIEDD, WALKERS A WIRES . No. 3 Union Block. JI.V7. att NEW HOOKS. Ih-amatia Personae"hy Robert Brswntec. Cuteola."orthe Maid of the Iund, by the Author cfthe tirten MeunUln Boys. "Quest," a Novel that will win sreat praise from Ladies. "Dawn In Tennessee," hy raitnans Klrke. The Earlv Dawn or Chrlitlan life la Endand in the Alder Time, by tbe Author of the celvinberz CottaFamllv. The New dcnel ol Fcaee, Third Hoe Tlie Cliff Climbers, a new Juvenile H r4 t SayneRcid. Tor sale by C. 0. FRENCH t CO. - j l)It. JIATTISOX'S SIRE REMEDIIS rOB Special Diseases. IXMAX Ia.-.ijFE.AOG!rE I i I i V . , , . , . , .. ...... MM.x"i! rtait aid single ladies, and is turarW ts any tstnz eise ssr imw jpui ow, o it wiS razulata the systsm Is cau ,.r..Satnw-tto0.iaiW It." U tn : 1 afera of ts- r "s: ma to KT-taa i-a-.. f..( frota Ill-health '.. otlir raa-ons inay wt-rt t. st i u evil to wBidi thtt arv lia i If taaea aa diraetad. :l wiU cure ana curatile b uMMltaae, asc it 13 is., uericetly mk at all ttaws. ran nrsclwas eeooipany eaJb hollle. SCtl'JO C5 l' igfaE'lF.MIiKrTiiM Ktl rwU rroltroatf.'r!es,wlteH ane ( deslened ejprw all other eheau ramsdi- of th kind lute fjt'e"! to i .1, 1 1 . . I. - r- ' Lti TtDTTftl' met err ratx."T 'lie pile will t refunded. E3s"Baw.t as , or Iarrartoas "and especially those ravlnr aeoun- : tarfeitofm) ..d. t,j-' Uie porM.oioao.o- , ,o,n. JJ. -m. j- r u.,la,T. .t hi. aaaes f-r saeetal diseases 1 Xo. Caloa St., Pnisidaaoa, R. I. aTAeaoaamo- I dations for Ladies danac UeatnaMa. MUJiiUTSC CeJ!PIJA'i. Ft II vaal iy-jr. ' L:'J?jf' " . ariNf jrum iMjrruaVNr, oaJ aayao. jyThiinaW ' ramedj euntaiti- neither lsaa topana, Spir.uut Sitre. ruber Turiientine. or sdj- ether aaaasoaa . 'u., ,.J. liM.ai nlaaaast WHS. " a nu GKgwii ,aa,w - r" 7 tu tn. taste ana mail, eo..lin, cleansins aad heal- inas In its operation. ?uvedll si.ajiS5u uaHaw irntatloB in the urinary pawnees. Ii, !""". wl... hare ten Uki.L- Hlm ti7 either tweap- sules or miaturea, f..r tn..nlh.. .ntil and pass, breath and rloi!. are fflWwtthit. vile odor, little ,f this A.w Krmt,, whieh will ears I-.... at im.-e. -in.l al-o el.aiue the svstaci Irvm tba (n.unous effects of the mixtures yiu have ' been tafc.aiE so Ions. Ckrvntg ciuM-ri that bare res4tad all km.!.- f treaiu.ent forliunthsant! efen ears U wiil r, irr.mdnmlrikt. Tr it, an-1 if not aa repre sented thr mariiry wit h rr'wmotr.t. One tottl en erally sui-licient. Price J3Ci.t y expieta ASsTHKATIVK SVKFE'. yr twtjtintt of th K -.od rwlting trwm tmjrud- ' ua m, asr Trv4Mt, Vonta oHsf Jfatw. hi "J-i- , Old Sern, ic 1 inja , PJ4A t ti 8 ., ttmd a.'! " ,. of an arttv u'n( tmn in tkt ni.vm. saflSta remt'lv ever "h-mrewi haa done etr f rm f itnt tutjonai ,. t.c r locrcnrial 1 te it l- .iitetrij cu't ar-' tu a ri Time tne su- til .- . .i'-'xntt.t4 i-rv 'n.tel frm the cistern, and htJ4iii. au. -tt' .j;tli are pTnuiH)ijliy restored. aritwn.-thi-ren.t- -v that currd a otieman ft..m ti t Nnth then t p'ii at Newport, and ft r which ne vri&vuvi i r. ji. wiui a- iwiue ats qui, mict h'i'i 't-en undt-r tfi- treaiinent of the most emir em ji-nsieian-' in Haitiiuore, Ph ladelphta a'd New Yoriv. i-.r yi L AR3. Never despair of a perma- , nent mre, no matter now otimaie oar case naa t Wn u:.i . vt.ui.atve tin.rouihij listed the virtues ' of th pti'.eiit Alterative ytne .ar-e iottle laits I n nu-i'tii, price fi" pent b exprtv. A II K V U 5 A V Unit R A TOR. ror Nervous De'.ililj, s-eminal wcakDc-.. Lues ol P-.a-tr. lurtH'ten'-v, t'onfufion i.fThouirl.r Los" of Metbort . !mu .le Temper, Olmimy Apprenearions kear, i e-iMiniicno anu Meiaarholy , w ten niay end in Ii -i of K, a--..n Thi new remeilt for that fearliil tra n fmer taland 'iisicaleil.,arisnlrom Jecrct t.a . I-of the ouu. or excesses of matare jiar.. i-l mpo-e-S"! U.e moat sooth. uir, strebvh en ii. an.4 . o liroratint: menu-ire to I found in the w!i ic ettaine K.nadotii, lorming in cmnrouatlon. Hi ti.-: rt ct Aiitidote for tliu olvticate aad di-.:rc- .j--1 f tialailiea eer yet li.r..t-reo.. It i ha- ti- . n -ct t. oearh ever Jtat intiiclnion re -t i.. ti.e untold sufleriBs of hundrt.!. who iiaie uiwr -cea tiie nventor. rouraa.; tJiem to , lo ot -trcrv-th and bapiiiness. One ian;e I I- "II. la-ta 4 month. Piiee $o. Ttf.E 1 MX R i.Rf.Ar HWi' . now prepareil are Hi.-i".r e.sc lor their respect- ive purp.-c- ai,i are inae pa. lie 1. r tlie Wneht of tlosTwho otherwise coufj never a.ul tnem- selves of their i n 'ue-. T)ie are a., warranted as represented, in .vir re-paet, r the in e will i ..finaui ru-n'ru ,111; i .a- iiit-e.'ei.tai- And esaclally th. worthle-s nostrum, left at arrug ctore au sell. Having . c unti-rle.l ol my 3TTbe genuine is prepared only by lr Mrttiai a at hi. olnee tt.r buecial Insease-. in i.itan uzaiv ior l.ib uuruiue oi ecebii.m. ' Pr.vider.ee, R. I., and to be ol tamed nowhere el-e; sent by exprefs everywhere in aealed packages seeurefromoliseriataon, oa receipt of the price by ail I.TIPOKTAAT Cali;TIrV ! BT THOi ijyut OF dollars are paid to c..l.iiir quacks daily, which is worse than ' to. ..mi awi. Ttiiioomesfrom trusting to the ee- I f,'Ht a.ln-rti.ment- of men calling themaelves I.t-r. an 1 wt. e only recommendation is what , tb v ..i ..f t'leroaeliea. Advertlsmi phtsleians. 1 1 i.itir out? out . f ten, are imposterr. Theonlv i sal.- w.i.. t" e.,n.-ult a reu.ar practiciag , phis can. or if y. u tirefer one who makes' your dic v specialty, he sure that he is not an advert -,c qoact, or ..n w.l, l.ave reasoa torsretlt. I'r warrtNovia the only reiro.larpb.ysi eaa'. in lovidcncc. if n' I tn New England who ad. vcrti.-e-trtat.iiL- -arcao. IkVilii ,and he gives aa s.uAr'. larJaai'..Mb., without wbach no staaav-wr ean le entitled to ci.B8deaee. rlnclose one tamp ror postage and send fir them, with a taatnpblet oa Smeemmi f'liiain sent tree. Dr. jfatrasoa Is a recaaarly edacaaed aiii siHan of twevtv years' experience, ten ia an ex tensive u-enc-al praeUee. until declining health eompelltd him to reliavqBish that and adopt aaoBvee practice, tiwatteg alt diswases sad assideaU resulting from imprudence In both saxes, fv.inz them his - atteattoB. eervotts, at a al-tanee, having any importaalor duneatt ease. an well t.i .on-ui: !r. A. or send see hi- te-timoniali' . e.-.re jioin tL-e where. All fca'iress faithtoli. atleaded to. and prrfrrt aaeia- ' twm uaratitici Advice at or&ee tree, aaklres Livk Lox X (Bot 3'j er Dr. MATTISOM. XO. its l lm jtt. IRV I IIENCK. at. I. IS64. LAKE CHDIPUI.v ll SUMMER ASRAXGEMEXT. '-asaaeaciaa; Msaaata)', Mar HMh. I -1. stKBTH rKKR. THE NXW ASD SPLENDID aroairaa-a orvax CUAMPLAIS TRaSSPORTtTlOV CU. VtllTFH STATUS, - Ceya. Waa. JsatSrseaa. C AX ADA, - - - Cm,1. Km. H. Ftaey. JMCRICA, . . . capt. HenrfMrnf. xorrtiAL, . . . cmpt. t, s. mu. Will ran as follows until either notice. COIN. NOatTIl: ntr utrs. a Leave Whitehall Dally, (saa freaj Whtttkmll J days excepted.) at Itt.Srt A. Jl.. IO.M A. M. upea arrival of the Cars rroaa J';:'- Alhaay ass: Hankie, reaealnc Eerttatoe at a . P. M., aad Rouses Point at - M P. X., awaUaa dir.-c connection with the Cars tor OgdeavilwaidC the rin- .veniag. arriving at atoBtreal at lass P. tisitTLivr. 1 Leave WhitebaU Daily. (8ataT-Si.t-a !. M. .'.,? and Sundays excepted,) at - ;' p. .. uun imtil cfthe trains from Sew York and hun.!", and tupeniao Brde the uu 4av reaclur H.jriiBgt. n st 1.J1.A. 31.. and Plattshu-gh - n eoimei'iineaveacn pia-e with iraina aim inn a. aionrreai Huaia at m-.n and Osdensi urg ROINC '-OCTI1 11VV LI. t 'im at'i'ja.'. s. a Leave Rouse'- Pomt Iisily. P-rr.fat7joa.s., except Sanday s. M. S (and Platt'barn at 7 aa a - T.4A A "-1 .irrn-ai of Tra r. 1 ia aionireal, via at. A tana) '1- with Iliats at Burlingtou .iiienaja at 1 p. . with rciicu Whitehall at t.an . -j.- tonnectinx at Troy sad -..tamers on the Ilndson ::n expke..- tkai.v to .1. Itallroari. conr at I i"i a a . . Lake tie-ire 1" a.. 111 -ea.-, a K.r t Vitan with "10 River, an-! wit THC iresT. XISBT U.VS. 1 U. Roases Point Daily, .43 I. M. da.) on arrival "f 1 rain Ir .. Montreal aad Or- I denst.urli, arriving at Buriln.t - at 9.ti r. a., and I ...... ,,Hlwuau a. ...... a- j, . 1.1 Lime iur ex press Tra;-. reactn. New York i.t l.anr.a, and only Line (.t.nne.'t:..- with the buoaon River lavy Bcavt from Allainy at 1 a. a., eachins New York at or a., ai,d LioTaio an.r &u-pension Uridgeat- All the Lines wnl he ran via Port Kest and Plattsliur-h. F'tre ax loir .m ou una olAer AoaaSa THKOltiHTICKBTN by this Use between the prinespai places in the Northern State., can be 1 procured at the j "a.paey'. Ofiee. . aafa Cai-rr Meaee Jswarr ! fivraaaSett, Vt ' ! II- TBAiT. Airent. t.1 Commiaaionaa WMal U..- ' treal on iaril Lake t'hamplain "tianvtrrs 31. faariaxu, P.er lj. toot Lioerty Street. . a s i. Tbi Bva., .19 r.roadway, N. Y. On 'ni llu .x.u Itivt r Stea-ners. iimtaoB River Railroad Offices, N. Y. IBloB Uepi.t. Troy , N. Y. Northern R. R Depot, Alhaay. BJUUJtiF. t HECK tin TUaeuieiH " aad Wgage will i transported Iteaa Carste Boats i aavau uie aKpoOJ at lUTllBga,a, Fret . rSarM . freights taken at Lowest Rates. i.'.inr.i.li. 1 We,, tdde Omrt Bouse SoarT Vt. f - - . .t!.r-t.-; STBA31 WISKKLY TO j tr r " Boatmt B"Bton- Leaves New 1 -LIVEIICOOU toeehing at j lino a ACCOMSIODATION TRAIN from Bel. e VlCEENSTOWIi. (Cork liar- 1 Falls. borl Tba 11 1 r.a.NEWYORKK5PRI!SS. Leaves New Y - bor.) The well nown Steam at 7 a. a. Ttarooeh rron Tror .i,k,, .a.n . i er of the Liveni'Kil. New York aavl BMlaa.l.k. . otaanaatiip Company inten.1 to seal as follows . CITT OF LDINlU'Ri.H. Saturday Oct. " WASUINuT.'N. T " " JtANCHtbTI-R. Mna, Bdever)'saveediBg8atard.y.al Nona. from Pier s. t-Tvisii rvi "T KAUSa OF PJavaiAtK MTAIUWW1.I1 HIT kWriTAUttl.tCllUCVT FI tT CAHIN. Jt-tt.rt. STFKRAr tr . '' tu LiD-ifii. 3-n.,!. Ut. to Pn $ ".,: to iiaaihur.i -1,141 ! lo to tsawltktt,$'.t. I i' to Piaarw, 1 t iissiaburxsk".,a tent&iii, Ao.wrrp, Dtwrrp, aac. . tu -viiijiH i w fte rarestroin Liter:,! ,r uatiuai..... i.ci'.i. .. ITS. I-". I -.ri- 1.1 Th.,cwh. wiht. -r .' rtheirtnen.l, cnr r.y '.eltets here at these rate OtBce. " " m ' JOHN c. OA LaV. Aateat. 1 1 roe lwev . V 1' . ORl'RY. Ilnrllninon W INK AXIJ CIDKIt MILLS. '.VHillx ' N' at iNwe and t.i ar UitC to the tlttrSa aa a raaolr Vs'Ilf witli k'rtm cfiibinwxl. sf)s. Auciuc 13. .jhcuNQiBROR. A Dwparinsmine. tor pni.cE-s. Sl'KCIAL XOTICiS. faOM Tilt AR.MV IIOM'ITAI-niK I Hsody fcatlle-fieW-lhe maoaioa at Ue rt-i ,.t ' tamMaabeateeetaepoor-fromtbe awl a, tJCn dfrra tl tr?ataln top,4trt-.v. sn-i w- X l-Hrda sftsn f.w --" , ind n-. ... be otrliiiad world is soanntc in U;n evidence of e .-UrbWLiog affeats uf DkikPs PLJ.VTJTIO.t DirTBM. Ttsvoaaads apoa th .a. janls of krttars like tlw Wb'WlWf; aaay ua atti oarofltea. RsasaseRT, Wis., $er-t- la, Ins.. a t have bseat in the army hotpii, Sir fou .tesn iaytathasehless and tsesrlt dear At Mton, Id., tlicy cava ass a bottle tf Pi inj-;, . Biturs. Tbreahottlasrestore'ltr.t srdenredB.. - A. FLAl'TT " So cm W.IIMW, Joiy , i 'lXrlwWii . t-r". , .'. 7 t.!ti f wiuitiai nanaov, a ; roar Hitler.. BDWARP WOCNALL - Tbe Mlowiae u from th. jlaaaeer or the l Hoaw Sebaol lor tne Cklldren af olnteer. Havsaarsa Maasio.v, MrrrJ-svcs-rs w Vork, Aairast i. i-fct. " Da. Drake Vour wondarfnl Plantat ..r. Mrs have lati jdvao to sosae "f "ur i.ttie c .1. -. I a . ft . , frl"3r rrofla weaanea. w . i rr-r. Uaa awletite. aid Iroa lllUa aan. n paru.-uiA tZLm,.7Zn. -a whosa ail m.. rrl SfSSaSed has been entirely rrr k, Maapronfal ..f b. l... JJrlkTruV.i m.rea... i ata ta bow well. lUspeetfully, Mas. o V DF'.nf ... X owe nraefa to you. fcr I vril., . -the Plantation lllturs hae saved mj lit-. Rsv. W. WAUtiOSER, Ma-ti id. Send as twenty -f"ur duicn mi.re r . ar . Hob Bitters, the popuiarStj of whul. are .Id . . . . .l- .n..,a ..r aar ht.ua. ProprietoriWUUrd's Hotel, Washing a I hre p-en the P'.ant-..i' ; hamiredao oar dibl.d aM.ldWrs w.u e il .: h tonishiay; eaeci- ti. W. f. KrV.s Sup't Soldier's Home,, - The Plantat'oa B'fcr i t ' f -orapUint, ofwhich I wa laid , - ' , to aan-'on m bu-inep- I u u. RISOSLEV. -ve i a . a The Plantation Bitter haTe r-u oi adeavasmaentortaeaiuaaysaiia urn.a haTatisrressed me lor years. Its eharm. c c. MoORE,4 Bn,a.lwa '. -e , Ac. 'S., . a The Ptaatatloa BHtan make the weal nr. ,n .- t . laQgrlia briUlant,aad are.xhaasac l nature'' .tc , .awaawl of the eelet.rat-. restorer. They are scssposeaot the ceiei.rat . i ... Baeh Wmterirreen. Bsssanras, Boot- ax., all preserveii in pertectly pure ht- l r : Si. Ta T?GOa X. Persons of sedentary habits ta-oublcl w i v Beat, lasaitade, palpitation ol the heart, .ac petite, distress after eating, torpid liver, c taon, ate., deserve lo nailer if they win t. tr. They are reeomsseBded by th- h. J.e-t authorities, and are warraate.1 to pr' rv a- I jr. beanllTlTl They are exceedin.' i ,i a-emleaa I aids. Iierttetly pure, awl aarmless. fi,.nca Abv peraon presen.ungtoK r.u . Bitter, in balk or by the gallon is a iw d '.-- i impoetor. It is pat up only in . ar patent i bottle. Beware of butties renueo deleterious sturl for which several per., ns ready is prisoB. See that every t tu. - a. I ..- rB,w,i 5ates stami, over the era u: I FrlT" , , I lated, and si aatura on steel Plate aiao lata. Sold by respectable derlars Vbroogn. u; ui.- sble globe. I'. II. BRAKK A. (II aOa Broailwav N Fehraan au rHat 8BKAT SXCLIMl llEJIEIM Kir Jnme CIatLe' CeLEttH VTKI PB.MALB 1MLL 'I'lIIS well known medicine 's t inp 1 bntasaresate remedy fc Female H.Sc. and OhetrucvJoos, from a ay easr whatever although a nowertal ranasdy, it cot. tain? c : hurtful to the eoastitatioB. wiil, la a short time, bnag oa the monthly pe with regularity. In all eaves, of Nervous and Spmai a: -TCtions lathe Baekaad Limbs, Heartaess, lafie'ti- -exert.oa, Palpitatioa of the Heart. L. wo-? Spirits, Hj ssariss, rgclt Headache, Whites an- -.. he paanfal dlassass oeeaatoned hy a disor 'cr, : tarn, the as pills wi'A sJStaet a care ...ta ... msamslmTslaulad. Thees Ptlat have Barer been known to tai. cr the directions oa the ad naaw of the PamiiL c i-c well obearved. For &ul peticaaare, gat a Kavmphlet, tree, astat. N. B aad S pestare stamp, eaelosed t. a-; aaahitrixed gent. wi;i ins ore a bottle, eoota.n nn su Pills, by return mail. JUaia.uM9Bao.erToprieiro C Cortian.it Jit. S. r. City Sold by all Drwcrxiata. dawn I'OI.e.lTB'S HONEY SOAP. This celebrated TO I LKTSOAI, u-, un Is mads from the CHOICES 1 Is MI I.I1 aad KJIOLIEVTinits - tars. FRAGRANTLY SCE.NTEIJ, and et treasely IIKXHClcl At. la its action upon -akta. For sale by all I)rocKists act fancv G.x-' Daalsra. 'wlvl BRYAN'S P C L M p X I C WAFERS The meet eartatn and sTMedyreasedyeverdisccT.' tbr ail tbe Wseasij at the Chest and Lun- ' Cooxhs. Colds, Asthma, Consumption. These wafers give the most instantatit - and perfect relief, aad whea persevered with -tu to directions, never tail to effect a ra; -lastlBKeare. Tavtiuaaads have been restored K ota'r mtnJ m r-L , -uaat-Ba aaiu m nawuiuuons taey are ei'-a..v , blessing aad care Bone aeed despair, no matte ' a long the disease mav have exiarerf op h. w-.r - 1 T?1 provided tbe ot-caaie stractu-e I ae vital onraas is not hopelessly decayed. Fi. 009 antieted snoold give them impartavl trial. JOB 1IOBE8. Sole Pmuricto -J7 Cortland! St. N". Y ft' Price cents per box. For tale by all dmi: -: Dec. 14th ti. daw.i KCrLANI) AXI) HCKLINttTOX It. K. FALL Al:RAN6EHENT. Commencing Oet nth l-t, trains will run as 1 .- Lsava sea un sto.v iO A.M.. MAIL TRAIN for Boac... Lo.aii W..V cester. Fitch burgh, Brattleboro. bpnagdeld. Hart ford, New ilaven. Troy, Alhaay and New York arrive in Troy 3.I.J r. .. New York -Jn p a . B sob 7 JO r. at. ravawf fe Sail- I wafes-al Comma f Cmr. 1.1"' P. at. Aa-soas-datioaTralB. I l.iii r. a., EXPRESS TR.IN fur Troy , Albany, New York aad the West . arm at Troy :.i New York 5 a. s., by lla!s-n River Rallroa.: Sleeptac Car. or Hudaon River Steamer.. Th'i train -top at Yergenaes Middlebury and Brandon Tar, ay. le Trom tnaaet Ckeay. . Cert. Thia train stops oaly at Vergennes. Midi lebu: d rramlon. 9. r. N1KRT KXPRES'i.with SleepiBg Car. f -New York and Bostoa. Arrive la Troy a.ii 1 a. . New Turk 10 a. at. , Boston 7 a. at. TlrowyA Is Tree and Baetoanthomt eka- of' Cart. From aa Jmu eaW e,r 7ean. arrive at fia- t. fani a fyilawa 4JSr.a., aLAlLTR-tlNlrom Boston. Lowell, W.r , iipi lata mil, nartsini. New Ilaven. T" AlbaaV .Oat ta fa.k ta.,MKaOa.T I). ry ana new York. Tro."oT aT ' 8""DSCr as" a, at., ENrrtBbS TRAIN, with Sleeoin; t"a-- ears TICKETS sold for Saratoga, Troy Albany . N- .. t . . . pnacipai points on t a a, wwn.Haw awa .1 : HTineiuai pOlBCS on I New York Central aad Western Kailrosels. and """"A ' American iiote -:- Baekase eheeksd tareudh. iy Care alaraysas low as hy any other line IE0. MERRILL. Sup't A. G. STRONG. Kiln is Ixlcti, Springs, Felloes. , 1-55(5, SPOKES, WIIEELS, .SEAT-eTIChb PATiS7j?,,) ENAJJELLEDLEATHSR F' ELLHD CLOTH. PATENT KACf'CLiTi Ml Claath. Carnage and Fire Bolts, llalleaiilc ir Hroagat Ntrta. wTaal.ars. Carnage Rivrta HandleajShart Sha. sii-s. Ihwh Frames, PUilc a paaaa. Tb. )tt assortment of Carna.-e-i. 'pod-in the state Also Iroa. Mcl, Naiiro.1-. S'- -a--.- us, v mes. t'niwber.. Mill, trcas -cut and I'-rcu a: ojioTeia hp.ic, Hotjaj, 4c., ratnt u' t aa. TanctBOf. Uow Triumiain. Mw-i "" of ailkfiids, and a central a-sorbnont f -'drdwmr calj. jt .ef tE ,oo"- 4' "it.r r- KItllTKKN IIKCF OP MlK tilVRN' AWAY. Tjrcenw uf the rm.tfnt of TStE OV JCDAH. Sent free ot Fbstave Send yrur address to OU YER DlTbON A CO., Publuhsrs, Baaftam. Oct.!.