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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS FRITAY MORNING. NOV 11. 1864.
i ic po:on is supposed to liavp Ixcn con ; ;i d in vaaa cheese ol which ell Lad par- e Trilunc's letter frum, tlu" army of. the , .,, savs . catalrv raid viu mads into ' C'tv County on the 1st in-t., oar.tu ,j ticrillas,luniing two uf their licud ,.irtcre and bringing in 30 cheep, -10 cattle Ji horses. i ,,e Tribune's letter fri City I'oint sajs : , rciiels in their cnargo on the 2.1 oorpaon . rd.iy night were rtipulseu with dread , .lught-r. New York, Nov. S. i ie brokerg' board ii closed to-day. (!old . i .tul it the street at 247J. IndianapuUn Not. 4 n.-c IleBron Deputy GrandCoinuuinlcr S ms of Liberty of lnuiana, who is on ' ! . " for participation in tlie treMn14e i . .t' i.ty turned Stat -'a Evidence u i ie startline nidations of ths. scheme , i i 'lir. Hi said nobody Isnt Democrats ' .muted nr vtuuld be if tbey applied. .! n.ied tlie previous evideoee ot roili iiai izatMhs in tite order and the aj ii' r fa Maj. tun. to command. 1; .v i.j one ol tlie accused in ooin , i-in-. liief. Dr. James 1. Wilson re- n .. Mi d is the Adj Gen. on his staff. I ii i i c 'inmitti-c of IS nasapiMinted to n-um-otmii nndtne itiHiirrerttnn 1 i l , . . I to n leae the rebel prisoner west, arm them lnn the govern- I ,. overturn the government, kill . M'.r.'.n or hold him as a hostage for nr.. i ineurrccti.mii.ts ; awl then form -i ii irtLweet into a x'paratc ooaiederacv. 11. -.i 1. 1 that he vva told by Adj. den n tuat $50,IHH had been Kent by tlie - . i .i. ntK in Canada into tire northwest ' i .ii - .i- arms lor the Order and that OiiUK'O had been left in Indiana in lie m i' ..t Dodd and John U. Walker, State l.nt. New Yok, Nov. 5. ... Iff. Id to-day at 23S. IionsriLLE. Nov. 4. Viin.hy and his gang of murderers having niriii and murdered old Mr. Harper a ..ii . t.izen reMding wr jlidway last .(-h' r.iglit. four guerrillas were fnt to . ...... ol murder on Wednesday and shot ii. .' in retaliation. jl'i" thousand dollars worth of goods u - .'wi from the stores in the little vil ji .! A llenville Wednesday night by guer r i i- The same afternoon the guerrillas ured a sleeping car at lt.njkv Hill ta ; n and shot an old negro uh was in the r hdplees with lith legs hr.iken. They , n H-t hre and burned tlie negro and car. lliey aJ-.i shot a private of the 6th Ky. imi-nt afier rohliing him. Knumri. prev til liere that Gen. Sherman U -a 1 1J Tii.img ease of from Atlanta, but we ..rt una to get the report verified. The ..tin'ii'Lji iieri' do not credit it. New Yokk, Nov. 5. bite reiicl papers eimtain little war news. i mi Kii'hm.iiid U'Asjr is disgusted with , .run rn ilespoti-m, and congratulates us on ! " In'- iii'..li- of conducting elections. 1 in' Ir.'uirrr dicants on the demoraliia :i ii ..I fie reliel army, and urgts re-organi-21U .ii. et4viaily of the cavalry. I w.i lkK'kad -runners recently brought r, 4 .H.INMI pouiidia English bacon for the re' 1 tr. . &N Krancisim, Not. 4. iMitnul nffun are the all engrossing tub .vt .1 pi-lilu- attention throughout t be state. '. t'i .artit-- ire holding large meetings in j la.i- "f ionseiUeiwe. 'im. K. vi-- who lately arrived here inline and i-pcakin; in favor of Gen. Mr. i .mIiu New Yokk, Nov. 7. I . ru'rfj cnrresiondenee evs : Gtn -i.rm.in Ims i-i'iit the 4th Corps to Decatur - r.i-.-1. niiict Hood, and has removed indiTof his army to Atlanta to inau j' -it. n ..flem-ive campaign trom that point. i . rind's letter from the Shenandoah . - i in.'i:itically denies tin; report that " .. ;k in is falling back. His army . -'.. r in lietter condition, or more fully : r n .1 "... meet and dispose of the enemy. New Yokk, Nov. 7. Hi.' in. .nd paper of Nov. 4th, announces ;.-im- of Plymouth, N. C, occasioned . j i . l.ius blowing up of tbe rebel ram rl. . ly a liberal torpedo-boat. i' .. it .in ni the crew of the ram were ..r. i .1 .1 tl .it 12 of tbe 14 Yankees were -11 'nrnl l-ight r. VI pickets Here captured. 'Hie , .rii 1. .it ran under tbe ram amidshiis ind Itli-u tier up. causing dam&eeg from hIir'.i sin - .n after sunk. Tbe inlantry on -hon- in .1 .m the aesaulting party afu'r the -.uitunL. . npturing the whole of them but i . is . ne was killed, and only one man i .t.n.li-d - AlUMuirlc. I 'ic Kii'lini'ind Sentinel of tbe 4th learns i' (jrn. Kilpatnek in an attack on Wheel- - - . u dry protecting Hood's rear has been ; .1-o.i .il.-o that a cavalry raid had leen i.- T.illadegi by the Yankis. Lol'ISVILLE. ov. . - rip- ..I reliable information from lielow i. t!..it Sherman's position is perfectly -!... :..ry to himself and :o all who uuder- - - il i'. and that Sherman is equally satis- with Hoods pofition I', lel.ipinents are now progressing which . iK' mish and delight the country. Ite . I xi a announcement what news we have i .Mniballd. 1 D'moeral contains tho announcement i .ini'uatiun of John-onville yesterday ' Federal command at that place. It - i.- n ported that they destroyed all the ii ii . .rt- and gunboats near that pfctce, to jrn, .,t their falling into the hands of the ' :.. riid rebels. The particulars or tbe ..ro meagre and somewhat conflicting. New York Nov. 7. " 'i 1'iitler, by direction of the President m. --.itiment of Gen. Dil. has assumed ' ii .. .'. l ..1 the military forces in this city, ' rt"i; ,,rder during the presidential .i .i nd t.. prevent the esecotion of the "it -i l design of the rebels and rebel sym- i- i2.r-. fur plundering and burning our 'I -1 cities. '"n Butler, in his official order, assures itizens of no interference witli tbeir ' .'"its as electors. New Yoek. Nov. 7. M sold this afternoon at '2Ao. New Yoek, Nov. 3. ' . .Id sold this afternoon at 234. evv Oklea.ss, Oct. 25, ) via Caieo, rov. 2. J s-eamer has arrived hrinpns; 0"S lirls- . it .ti . r l. .1 u!. . - inducing oincern irom um luirr '-nty-six bundrti Union prisoners still Min at Tvlcrville, Texas. Jviceslrom Mohile Ilav to the 2Hth ' ' aat a naval cxrdition operatin" . da itv of St Louis Bay and Pass Chris i '.roucht oS large quantities of cattle, Ac Caiko, 111., Xov. 'J. -teamcr Universe, bound up, struck a and sunk 50 miles above Memphis, on " rtJav. Four or live passengers ana a small "ibcr of rebel prisoners from Vicksburg, e n board, 12 ol whom (including a i 'aid) e3ped. The remainder were ""glit op on the Belle of St. Louis and rwarded to Chicago. The Universe is o il li s- She had 2,000 Imrrels of jiork ' n5'i ta lhe fiovermuicrit among her ".-. I ve li.ind red Federal eaalry were sen " a Little Hock. Ark., snire davs since. f7 encountered the pickets ot a la rge force Texas rangers at Camden: a da-h was -.iuj int . the town, and after some fighting rel . Is were driven out,leaving a number " ' m and 25 killed in our hands. Our 'W lo-s was lo. New York, Oct. 3. ile Richmond Eiaminer says: Gen. Duffc arrived in Kicl.mocd and was sent to Prison. If'- St.niinei of the 3la ult. says : Ln )X k .-..valrr have recently twice wiiipprd ht: iiiau a cavail ana ra.luitd lo.ir guilt. Fortress JIonroe, Nov. 1. The fiagf-truce tteamer Kew York left here this morning for Aiken's Landing, with the intention of completing arrangements lor an exe ange of prioncre. via Sirannah. About SCO nJdiers vtbo were wounded in Thjr?uay's ubl ha.c arri.edallianipt.it. and l'urtsmnutli Iw-pitaU. Among thcin were the following officers : Uapt. Swcetlind, flth Vt.; Opt. II. Davis, of Gen. Foster's Stall; Captu. Cnly and Doyle, and Lieuts. , Ukcrand .Mitchell, 10th N. II. New Yokk, Nov. 4. Lsife rebel paers "ivc particulars of HoodV I more ueri u Irani OailJet!. Ala., toward; Uunter's Lttmlin oil the iennl-s) Hivcr. ' llure astounding results arc prophesied ; but rs . . r .1 w ...i M at the corerrKKHJelit uf the Savannah ie jj . . . . .. jmbbnus, it is to I regretted that the army I- to Dodly pruviifta with Qlxnkntsanjruoe;. Whole regiment arc bare-footed. The J'ichmond Sutirid btrongly advocati-s the l Jacing of slaves in the re')cl army. Ie in his oSekl rejiort of the capture ot our pickets Sunday night says our line fur half a mil' wan t.wept and &P men captur ed. New York, Nov. 4. The Herald's correriondentrr every thing quiet in the Valley of the ndoah New and cuaifortablewintcr clothingandcqui Ige luave been eerved to the army which is read? fur any emergency T"... ... :.i.....i r. ... . J 1 . . omit campaign in it estern Virginia. T.,e rebel, TeeetU lawSe an on ur fort, , VlBficid .j we .Ml New Yokk, Nov. 4. Gold sold to-dav at 234. New York, Nov. 9. Atlanta, G.', has been burned Geo. Sherman is cn route for Charleston. New York, Nov. 9. Gold opened at 2.45 and sold this morning at 2.53. To DrsrEPTlCs Or any one sauering from drstepsia, jaundice, liver complaint, dropsy, or any of those erOs that follow from indigestion, such as loss of appetite, headache, cottiveiiers, drowsiness, pront ration and ceneral debility, should at once procure a bottle of l'inkerton's Wahoo and Calisaya Hitters. They are pleasant to the taste and mtkl in their action, while they strengthen and invigorate. They will satisfy the most skeptical in the use of one bottle. Fur sale by all druggists and respectable deal ers every where. Jacob Pixklrtox, Manufacturer, 14 and lf James St., hs Evracuse, X. Y. The .Wiromryiorf Herald concludes an inter esting history of tbe various substitutes for the I uiKr bh wily psjie wgnu mw tuc mini, lug wellleserved notice of tbe Cabinet Organ: "AU these inventions were, however, but little more than a series of experiments, a striving af ter an ideal, which should combine all exerlseB ees and reject all imperrscdons, which, accord ing to the universal testimony of the greatest musirians throughout tbe world, has at last been attained in tbe 'Cabinet Urgan' of Mason and Hamlin. Those who have had their ears pained by the thin, brassy sound of tbe oU-tashioned seraphine, in which tbe wind was forced insteail of drawn through, or who have tried to be thank ful for tbe improved melodeon, but wishing there was more of it, can hardly realise tst an inMra mettt of the same class showM be capable of such power, richness of tone, and surprising effects as the Cabinet Organ. It is fortunate, too, that their expense is so low as to place them within the means of almost every family in the laud ; and their influence will, we doubt not, be un bounded in musical, seethettc, and social cul ture." Area's SAsaarAniLLA, In aonceatnted extract of the choice root, to oaeabeaed with other mbstanen of still a,i eats i alterative power as to afford an etfeetssal antidote fbrenseases, Sersapa rilla to care. Saeh a remedy is ess rely wanted by those who suffer from Strumous eomplaints, and that one which will accomplish their care most prove, as this has, of immense service to this Urge class of oar afflicted tVIlaw-eitiaetk. Aow completely this compound will do it has been proved by experiment on many of the worst cases to be found in the following com plaints : Scrofula, Scrofulous, Swellings and Sores, Skm Diseases, Pimples, Pustules, Eruption, St. Anthony's Fire, Rose of Erysiplas .Tetter or Salt Rheum, Scald Aead, Ringworm, fce. Syphilit or Veatrial Disrate is eipsUed from tbe system by the prolonged nse of this Ssksvfakilla, and the patient ts left in com oarative health. Fcnah Divastt arc caused by Scrofula in the blood, and are often anon cured by this Ex- laiCT or SVKSAPAKILLA. IV. dot discard this invaluable roediciBe, be cause you hare been imposed upon by something pretending to be SarsapariUa, while it was not. When you have ued Aria's then, ami not till then, will you know the virtues of SarMparilla. Gor minute particulars of Use diseases it cures. we refer you to Ayer's American Almanac , which tbe agent below named will furnish gratis to all who call for it. Ateb's Cathartic Tills, for the cure of Cnstivenese Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indige'tion, Dysentery, Fool Stomach, Headache, Pile-, Rheumatism, Heartburn arising from Disorder ed Stoiasteh, Pain, or Morbid Inaction of the Bowles. Flatulency, boss of Appetite, liver Complaint, Dropsy, Worms Gout, Neuralgia, and for a Dinner Pill They are s uar coated, so that the most sen sitive can take them pleasantly, and tbey are the L best Aperient in the world for all the purposes of a family physie. Prepared by J. C. AYMt Co., Iiowell,Msss., Nov. 11. vrthr. Last Night of the Soldier. BKDtCArrD VO B. A. ROl S. The golden sun had tank to reft Far o'er the western II d. No more to shine upon the breast Or rash a field or blood -The din of arms then died away On evening's geatie breath, O'er the neMol victory lay, Those or a noble death. CHoaus : The sleep r death how glorlon", When rallen all victorious ! No terror has it to his breast. For all H jace, for all Is rest. All nature was to stlllae's hushed. O'er huag the pall or nijiit, The weepiaf: heavens with beauty flushed, A thousand worlds or llclit ; Mid them their Queen tlowl wandered O'er the fields once so jrreen ; As I thousbt I did not wonder That she paused oVr the scene. I saw a stream odcc pure and bright. Murmuring o'er its bed. Never before until this nlcht Were her waters made red ; Could there be a bloody fountain To eaase this crimson flow ? Tes. for wo by yonder mountain AU fell upon the foe. Nut long before their legions fled Before oar rank? or steel, 1 fell among the honored dead. Upon tie battle field, Vfhere lire's last bud must fide away In tbe blood or the strife ; Tbe rose that blooms shall die to-day. The brave in early life. Now fare thee well, my native Isle, In Cnaui plain's placid deep, Wiere floral kinirj e'er tbee do smile ; The wares around thee sleep. N more shall I to thee return To tread thy rocky shore, Mav memory in each heart burn For the fallen no more Vfben we are cone, O t.ie our place. With your great eountrj's God. Arid meet tbe tyrants race to face With bayonet and sword. This sreat commotion then shall cease Among your peerless stars ; And vou shall on a ls-tlns peace, Beyond the field ef Mars. Columbia, to-nisht I die. For whieii thy brave ones fell ; f oc4i raa) tbe winds that o'er me sigh, A gladder tmlngs tell. That thv spirit slevll lead us all. Thy nag shall ever wave Neath its starry folds I now fall 0 Gvd, my country save. Where the wild Rappahannock run". Heroes brave contended. With the boom or the Colon inns Shouts of rlctury blended i Ere the sun in its glory rose. Tbe moon withdrew her light. Here, rank with thousands to repose. Ills spirit took iu night. M. R.IL, Grand Ills, Vt. CONSTITUTION WATER. W.TH.RirirLD, C0., March 2, IMS Db.W II.Grko- iieer ir-llavlng een jour advertisement ct "Constitution Waler' reeofarreEded rT iriJamirts. tlon of the Kidneys, and Irritation uf tlie Bladder, having suffered for the past three jrean, and tried the skill of a number of physicians with only a temporary relief, I was Induced to try your medicine I pireured one bottle ot your agents at Hartford, Messrs. Lee, bUion 4 Co., and when I had used hall of It, to my surprise, I fonwi a great chines In my health. I hate esed tto bottlei cf It, and am where 1 n.ter expected to Le In my life. well, and In good spirits. I cannotexpren my gratitude for It, iftel spirits, icannotexpress taj ! , ,, .. it tnl that it ii alt and more than you recommend lttoi JUy the blesrins of Cd cer attend you in yonr labr-scf oe. Yonn, truly, I.E0'AP.D S. D10EL0 W. I)a.W. n. (jrsco Drwr Sirr-l bare lieen suffering fur a Ion-; timo with what physician! sail Disease of the rrottratt Clani, and RtUnUon ol'rim, and was unable to ob tain any relief until I BSed CoSSTlTCTlO-X VVAVEB, nhieh begran to produce its curat! re effett after tak ing one or two dost s, ard m man can be mire grate ful than 1 at the rctulu having saOered all tnat a maaconld suffer, and lire, and rather than to be de prived of the medicine. I would be willing to pay fiIy IMlisri a bottle for it. U has not only cured me, but several other ode ers in my district have been cured by it, and I would recommend every body suQerins from any diseases of the kldnc s, to use Constitution Water. RICHARD Ll'SlI, New York, Dee. J), 1M1. Serjeant 9th Ward PoUee, MORGAN 4 ALLEN, Wbolefale Ajentf, ti Cliff Street, New York Sold by all DrugRlsts. Oct. -th. ldsw3m lift A MlRBTII'S IM TH KAK the Consumptive, Rheumatic, Costive, Billions and Delicate, after some days' use, will find renewed trencth and life pervade every orcan of their frames. Every dose makes tbe blood purer. Tbe nerves commence and terminate la the veins. These pllls as a first esteet, act uim tbe artel ial blood, increas ing the circulation, by which Impurities are depos ited in the veins, aad they throw off such collec tions into tbe bowels, which organs, by tbe energy derived from Brandreth'i. Pills, eipel tbesn from the system. When Srst ued, the Pills may occa sion griptn;. and even make the patient feel worse. This Is an excellent sign, and shows the dkesue will soon W eared. No greet good Is often aebieved without some trouble in its attainment, and this rule applies to the recovery of health, bold by all respectable dealers in aved tones. Oct. 2i. daw Ira XOVKL.TY IX AUTl THE ART til" dyint; tbe hair in Svemlnutesj ioastodoei te whole world, has been discovered. Criftrdoro'i Hnir Djc. which is the only chemical combination in eilat enee which ettamres the color of the hair without tn)uriac the uvtio nu.iciric which feed", mosMaaw and sustain the Abros. CRISTJIWRO'S II AIR PRESEHrjnrf:, val uable adjunct to the Dye, in dressing and promot ing the growth and perfect health of tbe hair, and of Itself, when used alone, a atiegaard that pro tects the (urns from decay under all eireaautaao and amies aUellmea. Manafketand by J. CIAS TADORO, No. C Astor Uoaee, New York. Sold by all Drasclats. Applied by aU Hair DretMrs. Oct. at. dswlsa lUl.TOlll.ts' VBXUriA.V l.t.VI.M BXT ItearesCkelera, when fbrst taken, la a Mw hearts ToothMhe in fire mantes. It U petlectiy uuioceat to take tatereatly, and is reeemawatM by the awst emineat Physleiaas in the foiled States. Pries a aad 50 teats. Tojawivda, Fa .Vac- . 9tJ. Isr. 8. 1. Tobias, New York: Dear Sir I feava used yaw Veaetaaa IJalasant wtta (Mat sssoasat, both as aa iatacnal as well aa external medWihat la eases X BilioMS Colleand Cbobwx Morbaa I re gard it as a aovaraign lantsdy. Year Venetiaa iiocse 1 laiassait stands anrivaUed asabemtaatU cine amongst turners asd twataaen on thin canal. Wit. LBW18, Saat North Braaeh Canal. Sold by all Dratxisls. OnVos, So. :S Cortland! St, New York. Oet-m. dawlm DR. RAMI'S M'KClr'IC. rpilE oldest and asoat raUahle aswtinlae 1 ewre of MMnaaafwhoaa. I sailnal WeBkm of Power, le. Tads UMdleisss has stood the teat ot over thirty years and has alara proved a enunses UR. RA.VVS raCITlC U exfelbfted ia the ibrai of pilla.saseapeatiralyof sabstaanas that have a ameette edset apan le. gaasiillve ergana. Most nenoas aMaetate the idea of peratiocs npoa the bowels rroea UUinc aay kind efpilU. TheSracmc or isr. Rand is net laamlsd as aa sasraetiaif saeaV mi. It saedieinal v Is taut ass exnsasd4 eattretr u pea Use uapwwed rsraseratrre ingans TnepUss n-re not unpleKsaat to the Uste, aad saaay peraosu masticate them with impunity besbra swalknrlac them : which plan we would always rocommead, aa aSordiBg tbe speediest war to get the enact of the remedy. Price 11 per hoi, er six boxes Jar is. Sold by druggists everywhere. J.IU. J. nmiAlssiv, ivaoeeawM sssa, OB Chsetaat St., I , FlillamipMs, fa. uivr HRUXKU.VNF.VS CI7RKD. MWE Inebriate may now bid deuaoee to the tempt L ingeap. Dr. Znae's antidote for atroaz drink: Is a certain ears for draakeaaese. It creates a dis like for strung cuink, aad can be administered with oat the knowledge or the patient. lleacriptlve circulars sent taw address. For sale by all respectable druggists in the United States and Caaadas. Price J I par box, or packages of six bovea tor IS. JNO. J. KR0MER, Wholesale Agent, tJ Chestnut bt. Philadelphia, Pa KROMKR'S (Upturn's) HAIR DVIl ,"iO Cents a l!nv. BOXES larger than Dyes that sell tor !. .aid RAL, UOKABLX, REACTirCL. WAKRAJIS t Tioase. This article has been thoroughly tested by )r. Chiltos of New York, aad Pro. Boath and II...... Ae P1.llulMlnl,ia no proaoanee it sr rrom all poisonous incredienU, aud the materia eoaposnn; It wm not injure ihu. Sold by DruisU and Fancy Hoods dealers W'lf' JNO. J. KROMER, Sole Proprietor 03 Chestnut St.. Philadelphia. ii c ii e it o k i: i: i-1 1. 1. s Su;r Coated. FE3IALE KCUUUATOR, IiriALTII PKESEKVElt CKRT.H.Y.1.YD S.1FS. E3r Fir the Rtmotal f Oittrntlnnt. i4 Ise sursnce Reuonly In Ik' Kirrenerr tftkr Mantklf Pmoif Tliey cur or obviate those umerous diseases that springrrom irregularity itseir. They cure Suppressed, Excessive and Painful llenstruation They cure G rcen Sickness (Chlorosis). They cure Nervous and Spinal ACectloon pains in the back, and lower parts or tbe body. Heaviness, Fatigue on slight eiertion. Palpitation ot tbe Heart, Lowcess or Spirits, II) sterla. Sick Headache, Giddiness, etc., etc. In a word, byre, movinc the Irregularity, tney remove tho cause nil with it ill the effects that sprinir rrom It, Composed or simple vegetable extracts, they contain nothing deleterious to any constitutioal however delicate, their function being to substitute strength for weakness, wnicn, wnen properly useu, k.v n.r.rfall tn A o. Tliev mar be safely used at any a, aud at any period, axcrrT ccbiso the riasr thr mostus, , , , All letters seeking Information or advice will oe promptly, rreeiy ana aiscrecny imwrrai. Full directions accompany each box. rvi ci ner hoT. or sfx boxes rr So. Sent by mail, free or postage, on receipt or price. boia ny ail respectaoie uiuisko. Da. W. R. MERWIN 4 CO., sole pRorairroas, No. S3 Liberty Street, New York. Jan diwlv S" 1 D G Jj O I'jE S OPtNSDTHIS DAT. All Colors of a superior quality, for sIe by PAGE. I REVOLVERS AXIS RIFLES. 1 (jillTH k WESSON'S, Sharp's and other breech I O loading Pistols, Rifles, Cartridges, Caps Ac. A ""UtM .1. E. BRINSIIAID'S, . Church ?L NEW ROODS. T E have jntt received rrom llostcn and New lor, ana are receiTiu.'ew ..wi., J. E. BRUsSilAlD, Chorth St. NEW HOOKS. 1VUE livpelesof the Danes Dike br riiilips. Familiar Utters from Europe by Fclton. Nearer and Dearer. , , , Twice told Tales by ""JJfjJ at Oct. 3IIt 1361. I CAMBRIDGE CATTLE MARKET WBAT. Nov 9 At market l .St Cattle, about 15J0 Hews and Stores, consisting of Working Oxen, Cows, oof, waiMioiMjMnom. Market ree'r-eit-a - e-rt. , n 0 1 13 W. First quail ty, 12 00 18 1 12 SO. second quality, 9 5ft flow. Third quality, t SO " 50. Worlins Oien, swi K 0 2M per pair. Cows and Calves, 40 a TO. Vearllnss, 14 0 17. Two years old, S3 (SIS. Three years old, 55 W. Miff and LarnVs, M at market. Trices, in loU $3 m, 3 S9 0 4 DO. flitr.v anil sele'tbns tt.t W ecoi. T snae5,ej Fr m.t n. - I rM svtni l?e. I TallOT, ID l2o vj K REMARKS. The market Is in a very unsettled state owing to . Its being election day aad tbe late arrival of trains j over the Fitchbur;h road. There were some very i good cattle at market and they were hou-bt up quick at rather higher prices than hut wsek. Small thin stok sold lower A good snpply of fheepat market, but most of tacm were rrenously engaged, bales quick at last week's prices. Noruiem hxs sell alive from lii I4e. ; dressed from Iti a 171. Western sold rather lower. Ularrifil. In Burlington at tbe resMenee of Dr. Harriagtoa on Tuesday, Nov. 1st, by Rev. Kldridge Mil, Mr. Richard Chapln, of Saratoga t-priaes, aad Miss ilarriet C. Blush, of this place. f In Chicago, 111., by Rev. C. K. Cheney, .Vr. F. j V. Bieknell of Chicago, and Jllw Mary E. Wells of Underbill, Vt. nice!. Near Chapia's Farm, Ya., on Thursday, Sept. 29th, while nobly protecting the flag of his eountry, George W. Patrick, of the 9th Vt. Vols., son or the late John S. Patrick of lilnesburgh, a red 28 yeais I n Bolton, Oct 3rtth, at the residence of his ton-ia-aw, Dr. L. W. Clark. Barnabas Thaeher. aged f years, formerly of this place. To many la our midst the news of Mr. Thachert death will come as a personal bsreainaeat. Hers as eleewhere,Ihia urbane, courteous manners, hi IntelUgeDee aad strict integreity, won for him the riendahlp and esteem of a large circle of friends In his Uit hour of extreme sunering, his child -lik trustaad meek sulimiaslon, were an eminent tr amah ef the spiiit over the flesh, aad aaaiA.tad to great degree, aa antra voting faith and trae Chris tian calturs. I wM rtv-ll roar attntfoo t tb CIIAVO.V A -Vl l.VKIA 1-tK. I h a t o if r ft V h s New oa exMMttea at my Hallerr. I Jti-iie Cmiwi l'Ictnre. awsnsnetfeiBg aew ia this plaee. CsVIsL AJVa SEE TIIIMI Hons : Gems PetJettruihierOeass.amt tsktsi anv JI I I, 1, IWI.5 i CMHTEV nE VIMTF.,. riB.mTE and all other kinds e pictures made tn the late style. Frames! Frames! Framss! A large lot which I am setting Ttry low. CHARLES MILLER, j Burlington, Vt, Nor. 2, NEW AM VALCA11LE MUSIC UOOKS. rpiIECIIOItrs WRFA-1"!!. Acillectlon of Sacred X andSeculirCh. m - fr m Oratorios .'peras. awl Popular Oleean.i lunni- EO'H. der.rei) asa bUndard I!oo f,.ri l."-r.-. Slas.cal tociel.tj, Con ventions and Schools. 15U. i . NtwJlAsrALoP THoaocoit Das. By Edward B Oliver. Principal -if the Meade ls"hn Mnsieal lautUnte, Boston. Tor bextnnen, and even fur - , vaaci! seirolar as a W-ok of refcrewie, it will be ! ' found Invaluable, n-rth Bros 30. Tocms Ladi-' v, , l A: i i i A Coilema or i Choruses. Tn..- ai .1 I'u-'-. .ri.ii.iM written lor . Female V m !clecled un.l A.Ul. .1 L.r ls I e of .Ui!euiie. Keminarie-i au.i Miuin I i i--.-. ny I Charle D (. Adam, Teacher ..f Mush- at tlie Buf ' fvlo Female Acsulemv. Includins a CuurM; of vo cal Eieresses asd Sxaieggiua by ftoasiui. SI '. ! TaeOraavoi-FACST. By Gounod. Iulianand Eaxlisk Tut r.'.-i ,u-i ! y a Sketch of tne Com I poseraad th pfKipal Incidents of the Plot , llw..l A . Mailed. pt ji !, .. . ncelpl or price, nj mo , ruasnaers. , IILlVKR DrTWKACO. ; Ka-' in MB 't.. Boston. ' CRACK KHS. tn.-e .'....l... Wine Cracl Mil'. Crackers, JL Pic-Mc Crers, soils Crackers, Butter Crack.. er, received th.; nay by R I. PIERSON, IIJCtsKWh Street, Nov. 9. ih;ri.ixotox pbmaus sssusARr. rilHE Winter tfnartcr will commence on Thnrsday, 1 Nov. 9th. All pupils uwirloB tenter ar. re .jaested Is be preeeat and report their studies on J",td,T' J.K.C0HTTE1WB Nov. Tth. dawhr 1!AI.I.ARI RlVIsltfb ( lARTRIDaES for Ballard's Rifles ajrflhr Smith j 4 Wessons', Sharp's and some other kinds ef Revolver. , ehe.,. ffiuMmUm. Chrntd. St. Tth. CO. FRENCH A. CO'SXSWMOOK LIST DICKENH, rbarles. Our Mutual Friend, .Bonk 1st. UAWTUORltE NATHANIEL, Twice Told Tsles. lllne and Bold. M I'lllLLlra a. S. The Up-e i-f . Iaaes, KtitTOR, ADEUNrA. Pwras, CaMnet Eilition. UlINT, A. II. T;iel'..t.jmaeandthe Rauidan. THOMPSON, P. P. r-cBieotaorthe Maid of the Mounds . SAXK.J. O. Poems, Csblnet Edition. IIIbTl.n A. K. beaaide and Fireside Fairies. I Fur sale l.j FRENCII i CO. NOT1UK. MISS A. K. MCNSOS niU take a tew Scholars on the Piano Forte. Applies tioos may be made at H. L. Story's Mmde aiore. Barlingtoa, Nov. :th le64. dlw IFI.IHTR. 1'I.OL It. VUtVK. rsinc BiMsssdala Floar keut eoastaatl L oa hand. Also, all other kinds of Sprtni a WiDtor W Warner a apa, Oct.:. No. 7 Unioo Bio ttcoits: ROOM f ii iRCNCn on tb PsrmblM. I do " Mingles. Browm " HlhlnxsTll Adjutf " " '' Whection" 44 Mthewj.nd Mark. BorUtt ' New TwteMtBL HlUM Blblil Litemtare. For ssstTslsft at ' HTXTINUTOS s. Burlington Nov. 4, ISM. WINK AKll CIDER Mis.!.". OOMBTsaUM that la Kent, Nice aad New that O whleh Is last salted to tne times Is a family Wum and Cidorill, with Press combined. Also. Older Mills for lareer purposes-simple" ompact aad strong, hmreceirod 13. 11. USE DA M A K AND .r jt r m m .v 17OT..nened .-. M'r'iMP Livn llsiu i- .1 r tj Table Sprea-U. very low. alsr. Luser. Vi; k.n' end Hackanue Towels, tnietber with a l .t . f ta-Ii tkiweUng.sUahtiy damaged by Watur, f..r sa.e verj ''iStsiekeepers will here find some useful gio.is at 4vKwOVst 04 JWifaWstv jyyssj- Sept. is th. XtfiW FIsOl R AM rEKU srilBK. iliK undersigned having opeiied a r .ur and Feed Store at So. iBioii bi"-'k, ' sail the atteaOon of the Putins to their -i -a ui Floar, Feed, Grain, aad Meal a all kinds, which tbey offer at the luwt-t ea.-h WARNER 4 ADAMS, DcgfadU No. f Union Block. Fmti mud Winter Goodt, AT D. 2 4t 3 BASK BLOCK. VERY large Aawrtmeat of RKADY-KADE CtOTHINt'. Hadeap la the very best style at prices asl.wes tbe market affimls. A great part or the stock i ..... k - ). -hi tDrt!r the So miner seasua. i we an seUlac sioods below market pnees. Our Cl'STOM VBPJBTME.M I UfUleiwiththicstOstothema-tet.aa ! are cut and maae p to order i.. a stj le n..t I., be ! "ralsers bavtirx Winter eWs will do well to bay earlyasasaviBgof fmm mto I j per cent, can Tgwd stock of BOVSCLOTItlNti on h-i. Ab early call is respeearaily solicited at No. 2 3BkBkk. COLVKR Tl RK. Barliagtaav men ntvt sojtc. vTOTIf. Abraaaa, Soidism Soldier Dream of Home, goal rf the Canteen. Lotxie BoM It Till I Die. The Volaateafs Farewell. TU Hiss Psa Ready. ttg use moss pvuvw irtate soegs. H. L. STORY. Rwrimxtoa, Set. trth. ISM. P. B. MCKKAT. Uraporr. nd Tailwr, CHURCH 8TKEET. Oprnsi '- -i.'iV.'s Block. .MvAvflLAMta. OaaaiaEaKS. STIea. 4C. anvdap In the safes' and mo.i uli -ni ie styles, ol caort aotieaassd atastreaassin.iig urmi. Burlint. JsnveWh WKAvi'fXG PAPER. Vt. dawt rtBACsW8itwpias: Paper, is ami - u leoui I mm man mow r sale at lll'NTIMiT.'NU. Oe. 31. 1S6. -spUfr Baas, Pearl Barley. Ma.ronis.Vermacolli laieau, isajes, Fattnmand KiceKiuur. R. I. PIERSON. U'J Chun-li St. ItUfll.ElilMPM. G1 BT aad Bead Battons, and Fancy Ornament at Eiinsnu p. i ... o. llftsSAKI'AVr SHAWI.t. ATL'BIAS ami Scarf- in ereat variety at DVJPLEX Elliptic Skirts, tbe bet in u-e at ' EDWARD IIARLilWS. WOOLEN SUA WM. A LL kinds styles ar d prices at EDWARD HARLOVVli. No. 136 Church St. dwtr. PItKSlI EGGS. V the bashel or less 4 ini.ty. Ju.t receiveii. i'EIP.CIfS June nuiNCiis: firiNCE;: irifH-s:a yERYApan.Ta.; . 4 Eauk Bhk. fiOSTON TRll'E. 1 article of Tripe at C. L. rURr, No. Hank Block. CANADA OAT MBit.. F RESU Broaad Oat Xeal. . t. IIART- No. 4 Baik Bioek oxioss: osiox: ""VNIONS Wholesale and Reta l, At I' L.HART'S, No. 4 Bank Block. HARPER'S Magasine 11 November. Ladi's 1 k Isemorei-rt B..k or Fashion " Les'.'e's " " " Received at HUNTINGTON'S. Oct.iL HOTHL Registers and Lawyers Dockets with printed headings at HCNTTN1.T0NSI. Oct. SI. I'SS t; . S . 7 - 3 O LOAN. S' LIW-CRIPTIONS received at the MERCHANT'S It.VNK. &uUkrtsas, sept. 21. ISsH. dtr GREEN CORN, Green reus, String Beans, Li a Beans, In cans, just received and r.ir sale b LOUS FOLLETTACO Oct a. TRY IT: SOJtCTHIXC NEW. SAVE TO V It MOXEY and at the same time (ret a ood article by asin AXD 6Vs Mdlt rragrmt ylmxaba Cifn For sale by IRA RUSSELL, Chur-hSl. T1103. REID 4 CO. Nov. 3. Eurlington Vt. Olotn J!lUr, New York City. wSw ESTRAY. CAME Into the enelesure of the subscriber on or about the lith or September last, three Calves, to red and one red, with white spots. Tbe owner Is requested to provo tbe property, pay the charges sod useo taem away. SMITH WRIGHT. St. George, Oct. 18, 184. w!7w3 l'OUKTOXCUES. CPfiSCIILESS, yet eloqaent, and an Incompara- 1 j Dieaesieaey. a email supiny uiuwuiw . - store smicrnwDy LOUIS F0LLETT 4 CO, Oct. 29. ICIAI.i LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. II K A I) ' S iho!ogr(r'iir Gallery AGAIN open to the public. Te my rid Mends and patroaTaadto thi public generally I would aaVthVt every eaort will be made to sustain the enViaMe reputation this GaUery has already ac auired.aadnoMlnsorexpease will be spared to mako the pictures that go Irom my rooms as good as can he obtained anywhere. Oome one, come all and bnag your friends. GT Remember the old staad, eomer or Church anil College Streets OVER IA'.1IAN' STOKE. C. D. READ. BurUagton. Oct. 17th. wlnsa C c. HRL'CB Jt l'RKSTO.V, ADTBOaHID Army ami A'avy Ajicnls, Ofllees-WASHINUTON, D. C, No. 443 Nlath Street. CLEVELAND, Ohio, No. 1 Lyman's uioca. I'UitMsit thi: aiuiv iinitAM). AND COLLECT I'ensions, lloutity, isacic Taj-. Prise Money, Discharged and Kcvlsiu-.l Oflicer.' r'ay, and all other XV A K CLAI 1 S . spnE fl.si rtounty due ild!ers di"ehargel for 1 wounds receivea in name, cuiivcivu "'""' i.rtvi vve pay especial attention to claims iu which ..ther attorneys have FAILED, or which have lu SUSPENDED, of which there are tns or thou sands. We have already ollc-ted and paid over to soldier and their heirs over SSOO.OOO, and are pat tboaseads dally. We secure Pensions for ten d.lars, and collect Bounty aad Rack Tay for ten Ik ' cent., and no pay anf.l ama we have tuc- e.i-! rk. Jrmt HirmU ia published monthly, and Is de vote.) M tlie interests i.r the sinuier anu nis neir? towh..mitis invalaahle. Write us and we will send v ..u a copy free, r. for rasrty emu we will send letam mail a nne ensrareu unten iiaene (All om ise) of Lt. Uen. Grant, and the Jrmy lltr. mid f . ytar. To prrsoas sending a club of four. we wi 11 semi, us rrrmmm, an addiuonal liaeness ana -ra. Itfrnhtt nr nne rear, and for each additional subscriber an additional likeness to the getter np or the Club. . that a person sending us a Club or ten Si. will he entitled to receive. Aimsiir. tnen Likenesses and The Army HertU tot one ) ear, and for Ain t.ther number in the same ratio. REFERENCES- WASantcTox, D. C April l. 14. W take nleasurein savinc that C. . Bruce, Esq.. has complied with the act of Congress aufiensiaf eertotn ptrtanM to act as Army anu .avy .vsrsats ui the collet n i.rwar claims against too uoTernroem, aad to recnnmend him to all persons that have claims tliev wish collected i promptly. ( mil Stares itnaxort Benjamin r. nim, rfiinu Sherman. !'' "f reaersss E. R. Ecklry, Wm. John stua, Wm. B. Allison. Jnnel. "Ivr HAM. 4. 1'I.irrCllKR. Ci0..7 .j;.vt.v, ASD AlsEXTS FOR THE SETTLEJ1ENT OF OFHCERS ACCOL.NTS. fT AVING had long experience as Clerks In the H i finance Olnce, end in tne umceoi tnevjamr umn.t.r lleneral. we are D re DA red to assist OPFI. CEK in making out RETCRNS, and In settling their ai'dmnts with those omces ana witn tne Tree-uri Department, t. .pages of pay removed. Certineatcs ornon-rnilc'-te.lae4S ubtamed, etc. ALL CLAIMS AGAINST TBE GOVERNMENT COLLECTED WITH DISPATCH. lnv and Homitv of Deceased Soldiers I'recnred. Post office Address, Box IW Washington, H. C, Office I Fifleonth Street, ED. W. HALL, W. 8. FLETCHER. W16WI W.lllltBX THAYER. . C HI T 12 C T . H AVING been bred to the theory aad practice cf Civil Knrliiecr and Architect. nailer tbe instruction ol the late John Johnson aad la winch he has himself been an Instructor at various per..-!' of his life and having practised his profes s ..n in B.ton and Worcester, Mass., and Tor many tear- in Burlington and its vicinity, the subscriber feels himselt competent to satisfy and benefit those wh.i mav employ aim. lie drafts PLANS aad DKArtlNUS (with tne re- caicuiauons, suesationa, ptupui .iud., r- . i aa . ...fn-Drvr. AriMHIRS. STBOOLHOCSEJ. an-1 Ii-blic BrtLMSOs. in their duTerent stlesof Ar-'iitevture. Hotels. ITl rale resauenees irom ui hr-t class to the plainer and less expensive as the larm h.iuso narns ana wiuwu-n, viuviuviu .iiuons and improrentenu ei existing suncturvs, where such are wanted), ii. ..i-n. .nH uvSm as to all the various nrocess es or construction and arrangement rrom the cellar to the r.K.r ol buildings. He ives lurormauon ana wm arifc in icn.- i... . r .K. .IMU. Vlml. and nnaltties or ma- teral- in order to secure fitness, durability and ee.n.imy. . .. . Hp supsrtntenas use eresiou o ui.i . u sh. i K MnmiTv.ni.nt to the com. plot T.n of the same, aad would add that he has had a lvrtrs experience as a rttAUTIUAL. liuil.ur.it. He lavs oat crouttasamt waias. onuses, cuiitiw. nl. Ac He carves Moulding- and OrnamenUl I. Su nuut.l. .n.l HeaflA. Armrime and nrnlt' mfima fmr new taoratseu, and attends generally to the business or his profession in all lis nrancnes. He may be consulted by letter directed to him Rurlinston, Vermont, anu may oe ivuuu a. in. nee, Chnrch Street, (Denn's Block, opposite Town Hall and Post Office). WARREN THAYER, rehlteet June at. deowawtm UNION Hiifitni Isitc Insurance Co. INC0RP0R.VTED BY THE STATE OF MAINE. Charter Perpetual. Organised, 1519. IMKECTOIl'S OFFICE, 1 State Street. - - Boston, Mats. Paannur. HENRY CROCKER. VlCK.PatsinavT, DANIELSIIART. 8icasTABr,-W. II. 110LL13TER. II. B. iVILSO.V, SESiaBAL XASAfiCR or ACIvati I.f TUCSXW xsa LASOStATSS. Art. Slst December. 18S3. 88J2.0S8 -11 Losses Pakl to ilate. gToO.OM 00 Diviilemls 1'a'i.l in Cash to date, S310.93G 00 SV.I. pimn v ijrft luiillsr ajTmntACfMl to uer sons intending to Insure their lives, In its safety and stal.lllty. acquired in Its louneen jearv experience, in its assets, which, (without its capital or i 10O.UU): .n..n.t. ... tl.nM, .innrtees of A million Of dol iars, being more tnan twununureuuiou?aou uonais tn ..mm nf lis liabilities fur the reinsurance of all outstanding ri-ks ; la the bcillties presented In IU aocjsnntodatlng system or payments or premiums 1 in the large number, airersuiea conaitions anu oz iitkAtinns. TArinus apes and localities of the lives In. surea, giving tne largest rciiuuiio u crsuoii ui me imiw sinwun.....,"..".. smnlHt rnarantr to the insured ror the benefits thereof, in the division ofprollts, theAlfSCALap- portionment or which having ror tbe past fourteen years averaged Fortt raa Cavr. or ths premiums nid Policies are Issaed upon all the plans usual with Lite Insurance Companies, and at as low rates as Is consistent with a new to solvency, p.rtl.s deslrlne As-eneles in towns where the Com pany hare none, and those wishing Travelling Agencies within the New Enjlat-d States will apply to II. G.WILSON, 66 State Street, Boston, giving such reference, or information as to age, pres mmd pa.it business, as will enable him to form ent mentin regard thereto. ludg. waaru IV. APPI.ETO.V. MOST respectfully Informs the fnuabltantsorBurl' ltnrton and vicinity that he has established a ilfcw Dye House, at Wiaooski Falls, and Ladles who hare anything they wish Dyed or Cleansed and made to look as Good as New, will do well to call. Silk, Cotton, or Woolen Dresses, or shawls. Colored, Cleansed and Pressed to look like New, Gent's Coats. Vests and Pants, D ed or Cleansed, and pressed In the best possible manner. Carpets and Rugs cleansed. Ladiee Straw, Willow or Chip Hats dyed any shade or coler. Woolen or Cotton Yarn can be dyed random or sell colors. f"Azeney ror Burlington at the "BEE-HIVZ DRY GOODS STORE," where Goods for the Dye House can be left, and will be punetually attended , JaalfM wlT WANTED. 20,(M)0 BUSHELS OATS, within thirty days. I will recelre proposals and elese eeatraets for Large or Small Lots, ceHvered at my depot at the Kutlnnd and Hurllngton It. It. Station, heroes ke 10171 of mVovcmber next. EDWARD HCNSERT0RD, OaceRut 1 Burt Passenger Depot, 1st Fleer. Oct. 6th. dawtf ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. 3 ARMS and LEGS. Palmer's Patent.. The American Artificial I.imb Company IS now prepared to furnish the celebrated M Palm er Artificial Leg." also the " Lincoln Arm." which has received tho special approval of Govern ment for soldiers. The ' Palmer Lei," is too wide ly kcown ti require special mention. Soldiers are entitled to s " Palmer Lee," or a " Lincoln Arm" wilieat ekvjt. By aroryinc: to this office, or to Dr. A. N. SieLaren. Jledlml Disctor, No. 2 BulSnch street, they will receive tho order. The Lincoln Arm is received with great favor by all wi'o wear it and ..rders are received from all parts of the Csfon A singular fact in -onnection with the immense military demand which has been produced by the present war, will nXitfy Ul who require llmUof the tilr f the inrentfoDi. Actrortlinr tn the jutisticil report of tbe Medical iMrector for UoiUfi and Tioini.j, uf Unrt opplieU to loWiert by Uot emment, ALI. BVT TWO CASSS HIT I BE.f rBRISUKD IT 1'ALJIER CO. More conrlneinz proof the practical value cf & llmtt referred to caonot be presented. The "Palmer AttTirici al Lgm ia the lUhteit. mo t darahle. mot comfortable to tbe wearer and QlUrl USriDIC. lOUSt tVUUUI UtviO tan acuriiauu I SS,UI?5J" ?fV..,,th'ng,f UsV aim iwtutl uvtcvt uj uuuuu saus. Over Fit t Tkvusmd cf the Palmer Artificial Let are now in ne. Oriers are freoaentlr receiTed from Europe, India, 7e?HtU Ialandi and South aUDericfc. Falmer'f appliances fur Shorteced Lioki hare ac qaired a world-wide celebrity. Indn vlut ck Im 4t wnliti ftr tktrtg ytart att .. compUttly rr- 9t9Ttd. Pamphlet, containing foil Information, t&nt to all applicant.. Addre (Care Anerican Artifteial Limb Company.) 19 Green street, Rcniva. wl3ml II I ii 11 I Y IMPORT A X T. LET THE AFFLICTED READ, Know of the Atoundin? or the i e a t Kffiraey G HV.li OR II o sV a r (1 ' Verjetable CAiMKlt AXI) CAA'KEK Surpasses in tficacy, and is aestmed to cede all utner Artoicn remeaies in me treatment of those Diseases for icucn is recommended. It has cured CANCERS after ths patients have been givea up as incurable by many physicians. It has cured CANKER in its worst forms, in hun dreds of eases. , It ha always enredSALT KllHUJI waen a ins has been dven It, a disease that every one knows is exceedinelv troublesome, and difficult to cure. ERYSIPELAS alwa) s yields to Its power, as many who have eirjerieneed its benefits do testify. It has cured SCROFULA in hundreds ol cases, many of them ol the most acrraraieu character. it cures ivl.Mi a r. ii It hit rami minr ruM of SCALD HEAD. TL'MORS bate been removed br lt In repeated, Instances in which their removal has been pro nouuceo impossmio exceps jj . , fb. V'aj ULCERS or the most mallsnant type have been healed bv its use , , DYSPEPSIA, which Is often caused by humor, has been cured by it in numerous instances. Ia FEMALE WEAKNESSES, lKHEUULAKlllu and diseases peculiar to that sex, it has been round . ,nA.t nnl.rit i.niMlr. In cases ortlENERAL DEBILITY, from whatever cause, the Syrup can be relied upon as a most era ctenlaia. . .. . It is most certain cure for un.ivr.ia, aui.eajo tVUIlilVU M) UlllUI IU. Its etacacy In all uiseases onEinauue iu a ue- p ravel state ot tne niooa or otner uuius muo uwj 1. rnimnuiMl. Its effects upon the system are truly astonishing and almost beyond belief to one who has not wit nessed taem. This Syrup will as certainly cure the diseases for which it is reoi.mmended as a trial Is triveu it. and the cure will be permanent, as It, by its wonder- luur scanning power, enureiy emuics..:. m. ui .!tA f mm th. svitem. The amictea nave only to try u to utojuib clu vmced or wnat we say in rearu to it, auu iu uuure. tierrrom their sunerings Price, 11 per Bottle or J5 tor six Bottles. Prepared by D. II0WARDl Randolph, Mas.. J..lir. VS. IIVSl S.S. I. (Successors to Redding tr Co.) 8 State Street, llu at ami oy an uea:ers a raieai jicu-Kiori. aaweuwi K K B V Y ' S KIIEIJJ1ATIC LIiIaTIK1T. Tt.nVttentl.in of the Tjnblte Is called to this molt excellent ..fall Liniments, as a perfect and speedy cure for all the aches ana pains tnat nesu is neir to. RHEUMATISM Is caused by a stagnation or the fluids, arising from checked perspiration Is cured by a few bottles or itenneuy s iucqduiui wiuumi SPRAINS A re Miie.l bran overextension and a sudden re action ot the muscles Is cure.! by a few bottles of Kennedy's Rheumatic unlmenl equally good lor man or oeast. VKL'RAI.CIA. The kingofall pain, is caused byaninflamatlon of toe nerves is instantly cureu uy .lew ajiiiici!vuj of Kennedy's ttneumauc Aununent. PI.EURlsr Is an inflamatlon of the lining or the ribs Is cursd by a few bottles of Kennedy's Rheumatlo Liniment. URUISES Are caased by a sudden pressure ot the flesh and smashing or the tissues is Instantly relieved by Kennedy's Itnenmaiia imminent. CRAMP i j, m contraction or the muscles, caused ny a suauen atoDnacs orthe nervous uuiu, wmcn prevents ani stoppage orthe nervous fluid, which prevents ani malllfe having a freeflow Is cured by a few appll mal lue nveins a uosuus ia caiou uj . ia cations of Keanedy'sU heumatlc Liniment BILIOUS COLIC caused by a neuralgia tn tho stomach aad bowelf I take a teaspoonrai 01 n,enneu y-s ttneumatie 1.1 3 meat In warm water ererr nau aour untu eureu. snnTIIART AND HOARSENESS. Are caused by an unnatural dryness of tbe glands wet a pice 01 uanoet wiu aeaueuj nueuusug Liniment apply It on going to bed, and you will be well la tne morning. HEADACHE AXT) THROBBING OF THE TEMPLES. Is caused by a pressure from Insensible perspiration is cured ny aiew appucaticns or itenneay-iruieu- atlc lanimenu WEAKXEIS' OF THE BACK Follow thedlrection In ths circular around each bottle. rnn AX ULCERATED SORE THROAT Yon will take one teaspoonful of tbe Liniment and four teaspoonrols or water. Gargle the throat twice day. In a few days ft will be welL This one teaspoonrai win oe worm a Hollar to you. FOR BRONCHITIS. And'all Inflamatlon of tha throat, tonsils asd pal ate, with a dry hacking cough, you will dilute the Liniment with four or Are times Its bulk of wate r ga.glethehroat,d swallow e moisture. TA asre . 111s , It It rood for TOOTHACBX. EABACSXE SwXLLXn Facx an.1 IsrLAXATio.v or every kind. Every nra lrshonld hare arall supply for the winter. Manufactured by DONALD K ENNEDY, Roxbu ass. race w cents. AsrU22ad. dawiilr. FRANCIS WILSON'S ESTATE. "lll! the subscribers, having been appointed by I? the Honorable the Probate Court for tho District or Chittenden, Commissioners to receive, examine and adjust the claims and demands or all persons, against the estate of Francis Wilson, lata or Uinesbnrs; In said District, represented insolvent, and also all claims and demands exhibited tn offset thereto; and six months from the day of the dato hereor, being allowed by said Court for that por pose.we do therefore hereby give notice, that we will attend to the business of our appointment at the dwelline of R. Lueretia Wilson, in Ulnesbntgb. In said District, on the second Wednesdays of December and April next, at 10 o'clock, A. If., on each ot said days. Dated this 14th day of October. A. D. 1361. J.0r,E?LPiU' j Commissioners. w20wj FRANK CILLKT ii OTHERS ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT. IfpnE Honorable tho District or Chittenden, ss. C X rrobata Court fir the District or Chittenden. Tn .ii mthm int rtt In tha estate of Frank Clllev, Eveline Cllley. Lydla CUley, George Cilley and Charles D. Cllley minors. .. uun.ki.u. urnvnvTAU .nnlleittton In writin?. hath been mads to this Court, by the Guardian or said minors for licen'e and anthorlty to sell tho whole or the realestateorhissaidwardsowna certain piece or land or about 21 acres with a house thereon situated in said Milton and that it woukj be beneficial to them to sell the same and convert the proceeds thereor into money, ana thereupon the said Court appointed and agned the 2Sth day or November A. D. IS I at the Probate Court Riioms, in said District, to hear and decide ..M n,.li.tinn -. ami ordered that public no tice thereor be given to all persons Interested therein by publishing this order three weeks successively, A H..-U . .... v.. p... a n.w.niiner which circulates n the neighborhood or those persons in terested therein, au wnicu puoucauuiw previons lo the timo appotnted for hearing. -T-. . nMi"..! tu tDear be fore said Court, at the time and place aforesaid, then and there to object to tho granting or such licence, ir you see cause. .,,. . Given under my hand, at the Probate Court Rooms, this 7th day or November, A. D. IW4. WJOwl nP.VlSllxl'tKKER'S F.STAT1- 1 1 TE, TIIESCBSCRIBERS.liavinsbeenappoInt Wm Iiv the Honorable the Probate Court for .. rvt-J,jji i't.,i.n.ian tntmrntatsionerii so re- ceVre evTm in. and a,lTu.t the claims and demands of a" person., asaln-t the estate oT DenisonJ Parker. U...rjerl.h.insa .""t7,and.xm.nir d2. torerf, beta, allowed bysaki Court ftr that puriK.se, we do theretoro hereby STivo notije. that said District, on the first Thufsdys JJS and April next, at 10 o'clock, A. 31., on eae ersal ; n ll. Dated mis i . ssj ANUKtn mui Cternmlssiosers. EDWIN BENTLY. JJ M .iltSIIA L,'S NOTICE. United States or America. I . Vermont District, ) 1 jDRSUANT to a monition i'i." lorabl.l.trktCrtorUi i"-- ii,..rlet Attorney or the initea . r-;.wl. and the same will be oossdevsme.1 1 areea- aroMaW,aMiues.M--:r--.fcm MIt ble to the prai er or a.er oi ,r, k. hi,i,- ,ral term otthe iAl.1 ""' vv ------- at Uurlinaton within anu lors.. WW'SKC i. n. ifi64-anies a i the 15th aay w T - , w,,nr(, ,k. t Uict this 1st day f'7'AA'TTitR. rpo tbe IWii. the "w"1 Tf-i2uaa5 sfiB'araH, 1" iwuu - . disessaW Wadrw was. at the time of his death and ia ms i sue "-"- tract, bindinj in law aad equity, to Aeeu to ism t niCQ saiw Ilea""- . . Smith. ,tto trsnnivnTON. Atfr for Ladd 4 Rshinson. Albrsh, 17th Oct.. I'M. ".',T.,' iK.it all tiersons eoncerneu Be 1 leroM thelith day of November next,at 10 ocloclt Hero ISM. A. KNIGIIT, Judge. wiswi (L.S.) T. V. l'lIELil'.V ESTATX. "tlXEthesnreners nanus f"J "rr"". . ' V .k. Hunorable tho Probate Court tor the District or Chittenden, Commissioners to receive cTsilne aod adjust the claims and denvands o aU inersons a-aln.tth. estate orTinwlhy P. Ph.lpa ffi' Tor Milton, in said District, deceased, n presented insolvent, aad also all claims and de S.eihil.ile.1 iu 'offset thereto, and snmntb. from tbe day ol date hereor betas: allowed by said ii r.,r that wiruose. we oo tiererore hereby vw,. . 1. . ,)..,. ,j. tkn hnalness or rive notice tnat we wiii ""'f our appointment, at the dwelling of eor iVhlt t.nwTr. in Hilton, m said District, oa the third rembTrand March next, at 10 o'clock A.M.. on.ehoXrAid d.. Dated uu ;n Ix,VSrZ 1). II. ONION. ConunisAioBers. J. S. LAN DON. ) WIXTERIXB CATTLE. riUlESubscrlber hat oa barsl Se",??' 1 piod uplan.1 meadow liar, aad wV Ills t tlie C'attle or Sheep to teed ftr the Winter. for terms appiy w JAMBS NIcnOLS. wtw Ksex, Vt., Sept. M.1S6L rtEV.voi.i)s' oino pdmp: SiinictliinSe"" . .. . ..-.. wjt t tret Its 4. iiiivmii'it thi: ri.ori.E. .i lvmblectlns Force Pussp in ex istence, with a heavy Double Acting Piston cert ... ,"Tand a Douil. Acting l-Wse subaJfUy :r'anVpwhat,.er. JU-elty ajal extreme without tne us. H ue.uTO simplicity itriM in www ailOUlMUUCU... rku reiaariai's Pa nltdnni. Suet Me wttra w a, ymm cja r a" tl. Pfsoss read Mis 0111. The advantnscs of the Olilo rural) nrc : . ,. .1,1. 17 1 . Its certain ty or action at all times) the Pump work ing entirely ENDER WATER, I'rerv It from ..i- ..Ci r,mira 00 iiMklni or priming. Thlr.1 Thenrostimporuntpoin '11 JrTuE P PrwhenlS Pumu is not in motion to bee stieia summer, arsUreeie In winter, thus making A Perfect Protection nenmst 1 roM. ..-......I it is eeat PROTEC TION ainst KIRE, and very useful In Watering .lardens Sprinkling Streets, hashing Buggies, 4o. Utoless TmaJhlnery than any Double-acting f'orco Pumpm AJitruwu nrelT for me ..SSSTbV STv. Tander-Jat the Pioneer I shop. E?ERY PL'MP WARRANTED. TntrBAvasoiQCAL' TntTsrraxroBTUxasii.Trs! Retail Price No. 1. $16. No. I,ia). Pipe and "S&nanTconntr rights for this Pump, except the right or manufacture, tor sale on reasonaolo terms. , , . . .n n . All inrormauea 1 juKSON SflLLER, Proprietor for the Stato or Vermont. rl.n;t.n. OcU. ISSI. d2wwlw v WEET POTATOES eenstantly on hand and for 5 No. a Union Block. VERMONT PORK. pOR sale at No. t Union Block T IRIPE In Store and for sale at No. 2 Cnlea Block. onions: onions: BUSHELS just received and for tale at Ns. Union Block. 50 lALMON.new eatch, at No. 2 Union Block. Oct 2ith. W.W.DREW SOX. MAGAZINES. HARPER'S for Xorembar. Godey's " Lady's Friend Received by Oct 21. E. A. FULLER. BSTRA T. TAME in to my enclosures on the Sth of October Vj a COW, red with white belly, long slim horns, about years old. The owner Is reqL a. DAY is. property, pay ehargea and take herL Essex, Nor. 20, 1564. LOBSTERS AND OTSTERS. ANEW supply. In fine order, for salebr LOUIS FOLLETTiCO. 0t,.