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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING, NOV. Jl 1864
Correspondence of the Free Press. I'rom Jlontpelier. Wednesday, Ifov. 2. Editors of tht Fret Preit: A bill for the organization of the militia, pre pared by the Senate committee on Military At tain, was placed before the Senators in printed form this morning. As the report of the com mittee, and on a subject of great importance, it Kill undoubtedly receive a guod deal of attention. Perhaps it is nut loo much to assume that it will prove to be the bill around which will gather the interest that attaches to the militia question. Tbi. bill provides for a thorough enrollment of the militia, authorizes the Commander-in-chief, (the Governor) to divide the State into twelve military districts, in each of which a regiment is to be organized, provides fcr officers drill, three days in each year, and for company drill on the first Tuesday of June and second Tuesday of September, and tor regimental parade and in spection at some date fixed upon by the comman der between the loth of September and Oth of October. The men to fill these twelve regiments are to be taken by draft, in such specific man' ner as the commander-in-chief may direct, from the enrolled militia, unless the regiments arc kept full by volunteers. These regiments are to be officered in the same manner as forces in the U. S. eerviee. The regiments of a Congressional district constitute a brigade and nave a brigade com mander. In each Congressional district also a battery of light artillery is provided fur, to be organized trader the direction of tbeeommmder-in-chief, as similar fcrees are organized in the U. S. service. A cavalry force may ako be organized at the discretion of the ooramander-in-shief. Xo action has jet been taken upon this bill. but it is important as giving an outline of the plan that is lavored by sxne of the ablest mili tary men here. The contest yesterday in regard to the elec tion of Reporter of Demons of the Supreme Court was one of the lively thing of the ses sions. As usual here in all questions involving preference for an individual, a military reputa tion took at last the lead of everything else. If a member can say I his candidate 'he has served his country in the field" it goes a great way towards obtaining the vote of the Legislature in his favor. All measures looking towards putting substi tute soldiers upon the same tooting with volun teers are still voted down whenever brought for ward. The propriety and justice of iyin: bounties to Vermont men who enlKted early in the war ami received only the hundred dollars' bounty given by the general government, is modi insisted upon by many members, and it is pro ;riy urged that this b the first step the State should take if mere money k to be voted by way of bounty to soldiers. Pilot. 1'residl.nt Lincoln. Hon-Wm. Whiting, Solicitor of the War Depmrtmwit, made an able sjieoch at 1 lew toil on .Monday lai-t In course of it he sketched the character of President Lincoln as follows : I'erha yoa will expect me to hit a word upon the M-rsunal tstiallbcali.ms ol .ur can didate lor the nruddeocy. It his- I .ton my g-aid fortune to see inucli ot tlu- i'rt-ident. lie if one ol tin- mtt industri-ius. hard working men in n .uiiii)t.!i. jii- m.iMierp and stil.- hi .Ire, jiid ... Iim, ,,i -implc-ai.'l uiu.-u-tr iti u-. 11- j.t.tn mi im mre, lie is n kind. ttndn-ii irnd and j;ti.irou man. He hjk'ih in- liouse In t.n- i.uUJic He hears the cuuiphiiiit- -t the liuiuMe. lie ik the lrliu.ii the iieopk- Ile is not juifli-- up liy t!.t distinction of .flie, and assuuit- iu super) nt on account ui Ins station, lie bus n r-irt i.i. ul witand huuior, and dixn tell etirirs- IVrhajts tuts ji-'cuiiar qu.iiuy : iiumor may t-ae eared zmu trui U-ui l.r..ktn 'iumi i. tJ.e weight nt lua cares and iuimtiiM- rc-j ir-i'tiiitie. U.ivmg olietTi d Lie i.di.ct under trying ciuiu-Liuu. i.i . mi l ti, me to lx- one ol tiie iust cnn-c K iit.,ii,s. puliiii- men I have ever known. li,. ,i.inty, aeyui. all know, is incurrurdiM. ,md unflinching. ills auility-'iiK niteliecti-.::i (utters, l.ave, I think, not lei saflieu-ntlv appreciated. He takes broad comprehensive views of every subject he tiumincn. He luuks at all its liearings. He is cautious in getting at the beta, lie dreads laistakes whieh might mis lf ad him, or do injustice to the absent. His reasoning t-owcrs seem to we to he of a high order. lis- discourse and his writ ings are plain but powerful. They are load ed with common sense. To many he seem too slow and too cau tious. He may le so. Itttt we must reiuein her that what is t slow for New England may be too fast tor tlie Western State ; and the States muBt gii together, or they eatiiiot go at all. He bus been called vacillating. liut no 1'residcnt lias over trod hi- onward path with tinner steps, lie has never looked backward ; nor Has he ever riken his w.ird, nor taken back what he has f-.iid. While lie iwlds a uet-tion under consideration he list ens to all oriinions in or out of bis cabinet. When lie has fully made up his mind lie is immovable. I do not hesitate to say that Gen. Jackson had no more firmness than President Lin coln ; but the former was guided to his con elusion (too often) by will and tenner the latter is only guided by oon-eientious convic tion ot dutv. It has been said that the President isorer lxirne by the influence of the members of his Cabinet, and is thus swayed one way and the other. The instance most relied on that of Mr Blair. Vet it is a laet, that on most of the great questions of public policy relating to slavery, ttic fre-went has gone directly ngainst the views of .Mr. Illair, and finally requested him to resign Ins scat in the, cabinet. Ileyond all question, -Mr. Lin coln is now and always lias been the controll ing mind in the government. Ihcy nrc greatly mistaken, who suppose that firmness of purpo-e. decision of charac ter, and gentleness of manners are not com bined in lum. tie wins constantly upon the respect ol all who know mm well, and. w tint ever faults he may have, whatever errors of judgment lie may havo committed under the unparalleled dimciiltiesot the government. in a new and untried situation, yet those who know him best, believe that he is the man for the hour, and that he has been rais ed up by tbc Providence of God to save thii people. A Scene ix Chicago Last night, I stood in the office of the Tremont House, ln-tening to a large, well dressed man, who was clam oring lor McClelhin and peace, surrounded by a noisy and approving crowd, when, sud denly, a soldier with cocked revolver sprang into the circle, collared the orator, and de manded his instant surrender as a prisoner of war. There was danger of a mob for a minute, but with a coolness rarely excelled, the soldier drew another rcvohcr and kept the chivalrous democracy at bay, while lie kept the muzzle oi the hrst close to the pris oner's head. "Who are you, and by what authority do you demand my surrender ?" asked seccsh. "I am a soldier in the ser vice of the I'nitcd States, recently from Col umbus, Ohio, where I have seen you a hun dred times, a pnsonrr o f irar, and 1 demand your surrender on my own responsibility, backed up by those revolvers. Coinealong!" A moment of trembling hesitation, and the confederate inarched for Camp Douglas. Gen. btannard's gallant IHh will remember the place. Itcforo tlie democratic orator had gone one block, he was the centre of a circle of bayonets, and his abashed audience mildly cheered for "Little Mac" as he disappeared around the corner. I have since been told that this spy was the guest of the Democratic Committee and addressed the Invincible Club last Thursday evening. Cor. Si. Allan Messenger. . Era savs the 2d New 1 The New Orleans York cavalry, serving in Louisiana, has cast iu entire vote, upward ot eiefat hundred, r i. 1 for Lincoln, McClcllan not receiving a sin- gle ballot. The corps ferved for many months in tbe Army ol the Potomac under McClellan. " An Act relating to Vngrnnt. It if hereby tnacted by the General Jttembly of the State of Vermont: Sec 1. All idle persons, who, not having visible means to maintain themselves, live with out employment; all persons wandering abroad and lodging in taverns, groceries, out-houses, sheds or barns, or in the open air, and not Liv ing a good account of themselves, shall be deem ed vagrants. Sec. 2. Every person who, having his face pointed, discolored, covered or concealed, or being otherwise disguised, in a manner calculated to . prevent him from being identified and his true character discovered, shall appear in any road or public highway, or in any held, lot, wood or inclosure, shall be deemed a vagrant. Sec. 3. It shall tie the duty of any sheriff, constable, or other peace othoer, whenever re quired by any person, to arrest and carry any such vagrant tiefore ay justice of the peace of the county in which such vagrant shall be, for the purpose of examination. Sec. -1. If such justice is satisfied by the confession of the offender, or by competent tor i iBeoy, that such person is a vagrant within the meaning of this act, he shall make up and sign a record of conviction thereof, which shall lie ! filed in the office of the cierkof thecountv court . in such county, and shall by warrant under his hand, cause said vagrant to lie com- 1 nmtea to any jau ia any county in Tin laie, for a term not exceeding six month-, to be there connDcu anu securely aepi. Sec. S. Every sheriff, deputy iheriff, consta ble, or oilier citizen of the county where such vagrant shall be found, may of his own authori ty and without process, arrest, secure and con vey to any justice resid ing in the county where such arrest shall be made, such vagrant, to be examined and proceeded against in the manner prescribed in the preceding section. Sec. G. Any justice of the county where such vagrant shall be, may, on the complaint of any citisen of said county, issue has warrant t'.r the arrest of soch vagrant, and depute an J empower any officer, or other person, to execute the Mtme, and bring such vagrant before him, to answer said complaint, and in any such warrant or in any other warrant or process against such va grant, whose name shall not be known, it shall te sufficient to describe the offender by any fic titious name. Sec 7. This act shall take effect from its issage. Approved Nov. 1th, 1864. Order Irum Ca. Iti. Ilsunocasmts, Dbpikthdt or the East, ? Xew Vobk City, Xov. i j Gescieal Qknu Mo. 85. To I'rorott-Murthah and their Deputies in the sever Stales i: tin JJetxiriment : In pursuance of the intimation contained in Department General Orders, No. HI, you are hereby instructed to make such arrangements within your respective districts, as may be practicable, for the detection of persons coming into ine 1'epanniem tor me purpose oi voriug. who have been in the service of the authorities in the insurgent States, who have deserted the ser vice of the United states, or who have fled to evade the draft. AH such persons will be promptly arrested, and sent to these head ters. I 'or this purpose detectives should be em ployed for to or three days before election, and the aid of inspectors is solicited in furnishing any intbraatioa, which may be obtained at the lls, ami whioh may lead to the detection of the gudty parties. Through this information, and that obtained by detectives and challengers, it is believed that those who have the hardihood to attempt to add to their other crimes that of fraudulent voting, may be brought to punish ment. yo military feme will be embodied at or in the vicinity of any of the polls, and there must be no interference in any manner with the exer ciseof the right of suffrage, or with those that are charged with the performance of any duty connected with the election, in any of the States in this Ileprtnent, ander the Constitution and Law s. But if the civil authorities should call on you to aid in keeping the peace, you are authorised and required to do so, acting in strict subordination to them. After the election, the greatest vigilance will be exercised in regard to persons crossing the frontier into Canada; and if, in any c --e there is good reason to believe that they belong to any of the caleea above enumerated, they will be detained and promptly reported to these head quarters for instructions. By command of ilajor-Gen. Dix it. T. VAK BUREK, Cel. and Asst. Adjt-Gen. W. E. Bust, Aid-de-camp. Tbc Threatened ItahN. BlTFALO, NOV. 5 It is ascertained that the proneUer tieorxi ana has been purchased by the rebels in To ronto, and is being fitted somewhere on the Canada shore, for tlie purpose of sinking the steamer Michigan ana for piratical excur sions gentrallv on this coast. bue came to Buffalo on the 3d inst to have some of her machinery repaired, but left soon after. bo was without any de scription of freight. We are prepared lor ner nere. A letter received this morning dated Drummondsrille, near Niagara, gives the irticulars of a desimed raid on Buffalo. which only failed through the nrouiiititude of our authorities. Two rebel officers, named Mock and I)in- nie, had charze of the affair. Thev had 1U0 men in liufialo, who had been cominz in for a week previous, and were scattered about the city. At a signal, these men by means of Greek fire, were to fire the city. Though the plan has tailed it is not entirely abandoned. They swear they will yet destroy IluQalo. ine lotto win; is an extract trout a letter received to-day, dated Nor. 5 : liook out tor a raid on ltamuo, from To ronto and Hamilton, on Tuesday next. The advance guard is at Fort Krio and Susoen- sion Bridge, or will te on Monday. Their ncaaquarters are at ioronto. some leading Canadians direet the raiders, who are not all Southerners. A desiiatch from Susiiension Hrtdze sava . There is much excitement on the American side, at an anticipated raid. The citisens are arming. Goods and valuables are being removed. A special train with troops is ex ltod to-night. At Oswego precautionary measures are being taken by tbe military and civil autho rities for the reception ot rebel raiders should they attempt a visit. Xiw York, Nov. 5. Major General Peck left to-day for the Ca nadian frontier. ,ch l'lililirutlous. The Atlantic Montblt for Xovemlier, oontaloa an unuual tiuuiLer of very picas- ant articles. "Loatt-s (rotn an offieur's jour nal", gives a lively account of his early ex perience in training a regiment of black re cruits for tbc Union army at Beaufort, S.C.. in the autumn of 1SG2. A fourth paper of Charles Lamb's uncollected vrrittngs is given fresh, racy, quaint and genial as what we luvc had before from tl!e author of l.lia. Ilouto and Home liperc, is a little tedious in this numlier, though parts of it are good. The New School of Jiiography ie a HtcIj sa tire on a wretched elas of hooks, to com mon of late years, which arc pushed oat, each writer apparently in a fidget of a hurry lust somebody el; may lie preparing one and will get it out first which Rive or prettud to gitc an account of the birth, buylioodatid manhood of whatever general or prominent public man is for the time before the public eye. It is admirably done ; but wo have no j notion that it will put a stop to tbe making of such trash. Tbe Finances of tbe Revolu tion is an instructive article. Tho Twenti eth Presidential Election, is also a very good one. Leuislative DoccuEMa. AVe arc indebttd to Henry Clark, Secretary Of the Senate, and to Lawrence Karnes, metnber of tho House, for sundry legislative documents of intcrce-t and imiortancc. They havo alwut got over their scare at Ogdetiebumh. The city was under guard lastntgnt rriaay nyat uciore. Tnc per- sons arrested Thursday were after cxamina- tion recommitted next dav. riot beinr able " to give a satisfactory account of themselves. . Sixteen disorderly characters, eutpectod of being rcbef raiders from Canada, were ar- rested in Sandusky, Oln'o, one day last week. IYcir of the War. A note from the Army of the Potomac dated Thursday says Tbe situation of af fairs remains unchanged, and the men are making themselves comfortable by building log houK. A severe storm set in yesterday morning ami still continues, making the traveling any thing but pleasant. A private di-patch from Springfield, Mo., at St. Louis, says our troop-, whipped Price again at Newton County, Mo., date not gir en. We now hold the town, and the rebels are retreating into Arkansas. Gens. lEocecrans and A. J. Smith arrived at t. Louis Thursday night. Smith's in fantry is moving eastward. One column is on the north side and another on the south side of the rivei . with instructions to clear tin country ol guerrill a. I apt. Walker of tr-e I ark Km press The-n-sa, from Kio dam-iro. Iioinid to Baltimore, r irti. that iie wai- Nmrdid by a rebel pirate Olu-t-c, Lieut. Ward, commanding, who told us we were prisoners to the Conledenite States, and ordered us on board his steamer. winch did, when titer immediately set the bark on fire, and went in chase of another i , .ejcJ v hi. h i,i , i fcii , , . , insight. Night coming on, I i i r. We were kcut on boar i till tlit thirl, when xe came up with schooner A. J. Bird, Rockland for Washing ton. Her crew was also ordered on hoard tlie steamer, and schooner scuttled. Schooner F. Lew is then in sight, from Portland from Philadelphia, was disposed of in tbesi&ne way. The Olustec then ran for schooner Antelope for Matsmzas from New York, which was close by, and to which vessel we were transferred, 28 in number , after signing a parole. The pirates took possession of all nautical instruments and every thing else of value. The tlustce is an iron screw steamer of 1,100 tons burden, schooner rigged, two screws and very fast. She is painted white, ran out at Wilmington on the night of the 30th. In rassing tlie bloekaders, she received a shot in her bow that went through her. Several of the captives, ia conversation with the crew, teamed that there are three steamers of the same class on tbe coast, all out of Wilmington, and English built. Captains and crew of all the above vessels arrived at New York, Friday evening, on tbe British schooner Antelope. The Kichinond Enquirer baa a dispatch dated near Plymouth, X. C, 31st stating af ter 3 days hard fighting the enemy passed ap mumuc river ana came aown itoanoK river this morning. Gen. Baker fought un til the enemy's gunboats passed our forts ana awaountod all oar guns in the harbor An evacuation was then ordered which was accoinuli.-hcd urder severe shelling. By the aliove it appears tbc Union forces went up a channel which took them above Plvtnouth, enabling t.em to come down another channel commanding the rear of that place. Tlie Richmond Examiner of the 3d, ha Jacksonville, Ala. advices oi the 37th, stat ing Hood's army had left there the 2d and by the th bad completed the crossing of mic leuuenee river, ine rcueisnaa securea before crossing eoiue 8000 fine beeves. The track from Dal ton has been torn by Uoud for "5 miles to within 300 yards of Kesaca. Beauregard left Jacksonville soon after the army, to take command in the field. A Nasln ille dispatch of the 5th says : On the 3d inst. the rebel army under Hood at tempted to crow tbe Tennessee river at the luoutn ot the Blue W ater but were repulsed by the Federal army under Sherman with considerable loss. Another despatch says : the gunboats Key West and Elfin steamed down and engaged a rebel battery of 24-poundera Parrolt'a. The gunboats were driven back badly damaged to donnsonsviue. At o dock in tbe alternoon tbe enemy s bitfries above and below J.ihnsonville, opened on the disabled gunboats. They re- visinoea until iticir ammunition was exhaust ed and then were blown up. Their boats, crews are at a fort in Johnsonvillc. This morning tbe rebels commenced crossing about five milts alvie JonnsonviTle. The reliels are engaged in burying their dead. Gun Imat from Padueah are in sight and rein forcements have arrived. ien. Sc hofield has taken eummand ot the poet of Johnsonville. Intelligence I rum below Florence states a large pait of Hood's army is still sooth of the river out ot rations and clothing and subsist ing on the country. The river is rising and five feet deep on shoals. Forrest with a cavalry force is reported near Johnsonville, which is amply garrison- eu ui repel any aitaca. Tire Ihcnmond Whig of tbe 3d, jives the number of Union forces m East Tennessee, and says Morristown where tbe rebel Gen. aughn is said to have suffered a severe re verse, losing 4 pieces ot artillery, is 37 miles east of Knoxville, and the East Tenneree Railroad runs bv it. aughn is reported not at Bristol. Gen. Gregg has been promoted to Brevet M ijorfGcncral. A small rebel cavalry lorce rossed the north fork ot tbe -henandoali on the 30th, and proceeded in tbe direction ot CurayiC. U. A despatch ol tbe 4th states that Karl v s army is recrossing at Newmarket. The ren ts have been reinforced, and conscripts have been sent to Early in considerable num bers. Tbc utter contusion on our streets, when any alarm is sounded, is itselt alarming The manner in wukui guns ana revolvers are tl. iur- ished by men utterly unnsnd to handling itieiu, uiKltcs us tear serious accidents. Uur people cannot keep too proiuineutly la-fore them the vital importance of amlnrsi. It is lully as imiurtant as vigilance. A man bad as well he at borne and asl ep as out and wild with excitement. Especially let pi'ople he careful about handling their firc-iirius. Let them be carelul how they carry or hold their guns, and which way they point them, anrf that they mm before thry shoot. ir. Albans' Messenger. The Cabinet Orean of Mason Jk Hamlin has. for so small an instrument, wondorful tolume an 1 power, and a variety of expn .ion that is equalled only by a costly pipe orpin, while its purity anil sweetne of tone are truly charmine;. It is moct admirably calculated to meet the wants of families and small churches. It can be trans )orted with safety, and takes up no more room than a raelodeoo, iloas not soon get out of order, and makes an elegant article of furniture for tbe parlor. u e are but doing a favor to our readers by calling their attention to the Cabinet Organ. .tmerietin Bapht. Japan advices to August 15 report that the L'nited States steamer Monitor, from llokadadi. ran into a bay east of XagaMiIti in stress oi weather for fuel. While here she wae suddenly fired on by a native bat tery and infantrymen statiumd liebind screens on the shore. Twentv-four musket bails bit tbe tessel's side, but no person was injureu. 1 tie .vionitor ran out id range southward, when she was bred on by an other battery. Sbe then opened from her Parrott uns and shelled tbe first battery and an a.ijaeent village, setting both on fire. Sbe also burned several port bulkheads, planks and some bales of hemp. The bay is said to be in the territory ot the ?tagato. It was thought that tbc ricii tain of Uaara would soon opened to foreign trade by tbe uaimios, acting in opposition tu tlie Tycoon. Kaisim. the Iaat. Not cuntent with : voting on dead men's names, as ro New I Vurk, tlie copperheads have drapcd out Isaac Toticey to make them a speech If I Aaron Ilurr and Benedict Arnold don't vote I for McClcllan at tliis election, i; will be be cause the copperheads can't find their re- j maim. .Yorici- ISulletm. ' Alleged Heavv 1ak Defalcation. Ciiarlee V. Windsor, jiayin" teller 111 the Mercantile Bank of New York City, fur the last fourteen yeans has suddenly d."-apreartii and a heavy deficiency in his accounts, it is alledged, has been diAxnercd. Tbe suprnid deficiency is aaiJ to amount tn $211,000 al together. $207,000 of which is in currency and the balance in gold. It is miipo-id he has fled to Europe. Windsor was generally regarded aa a taao of the strictest integrity and enjoyed the good opinion of all the offi cers 01 tne hank, the bank offers a reward orgo.OOO lor the arrest of Vt lndsor, and a reward of $15,000 for the mwtcry of tbc missing amount. " I CHAHI.ES J. ALGER, Atloriicy ami Counselor' I A T li A W . And Liccn-cd Agent for Procuring ; i ';.v.v7.v.v, . it ov.vrV, and St.ICK J.7. Office South Side Court HUKMXGTO.Y lloue Squar , VT., Also Agent for the folUieiny Companies. Insurance 11A.MIIH.V t'litK IX!UKA'CE CO. Brri-rA". Mats. OantMI. JtXMM). KTFOltl) Kllvt, 1SURAXCK Jiartford, Coon. Capital, 1 1 ,oMmi. SIA.-'S.tOiT INSUKA.VCB COMPA.W. 8priB-5etd, Mass. Capiul, iiai,UM. .MANHATTAN I'lltM I.NNCltANCK New Vort. Capit'l, i,UU0. SIMtl.VBKIKI.O F. A. .M. INM7IIA NCK COMI'A.VV. Sprlncneld. Msh. Capital, iM.o I.IVKItl'OOl, A.VII l.ll.MIO.V I.IFK AMI FI It It I .S V It A XCB COM I'A -V V. Aswtu (over) S,iM'. KKl'IT.1 HIK 1,1 Fit .NL'lll.NCB MICII-71'V. Now Ton. e oarantm Capital, )M,ouu. apaUeatloas by mall proaiptlv attsadsd to. Burlinitum, Jane in. dawiy. SUIT II A ! I. V TT, naauca is i) i: v u ods, Coanstinc of a large stock of DBBBBOOD8, HBAWLS, CLOAKS, KAOLAN II08IKRT U)VK ANDDOWKfcTIC GOODS liK-NERALLV. a vary xteashn varistr af c .i n r j: t i .v u s Those desiruu; pidabartaiBs will do wall to sail if NO. 4 CMOS BLOCK. Borluuctoc Vt. Sent, a IBM. MIAIIKo. SOOD AS80RTM ENT, NT, just rocoiTod at WALKERS i WIRES' N.. 3 Cnioa Bloek. dtj XL UIUIU May 7. J icon i:iiki:., i) i: n t.i k i: ii. .V HI 1 V Tl BIB AVP Ll HEB IS (tilliii. .iiitl IS ii rial Casts, l an-l MrU. f everj stj le. t LL 'zc. eon-tanti n l.aml t made to order A. in an required st le. Coma TaiNtfixi;. of ail kinds. N.m. Pl.tM. Shrouds, Cravats, Collars and eterythintc required coii.uutli on hand and furnished at short notic. rriFRALH ATTBSOED, WITH 11 BABE. Appl U J. ORF.EX, College St., on Union St. Or at h' residence on Union St. Burlington, March lM. diwlf M ASS M K K T I X II . JU. FREEMEN. WOMEN AND CHILDREN OF CIiiKcniieii t'ounty tinil el.chcrc. Arc hereby invited to aanmble at .vo. :t ir.yro.v isi,ock, CIIl'KCIl STUECT, lIL'ltLI.NfiTO.V. - - VKIt.MO.T, Durtna mil butrn knur f the da, from this dst until farther notice, or r. t of .jtih.ni ng 17. S. Trcaoury .Vote-, n mil otter currrmt mvSs, for the followlOE tree vis : CliOCIiEllY, CHI IV A. GLASS WARE, PLATED WARE, ' llrit.niini.i Ware, Table Cutler). 1'iinrj Toilet Setts, lieroscne I,iinips, I.ANTI.ICNS mid I.A3IP CHIJIXnVS, tnd ftr the transaction of any other business that 'bu thoueht proper whru met. SIIEDD, WALKERS A WIRES. BarlinzUm. Vu, Sent. 'U. ix4. KAUKI.N WIRKS Altorney and Counsellor .IT I,. I If, AND ASEXT FOR THE rPrflSECtTrOX OF CLAIMS FOR PENSIONS. BOUNTIES AND AKRatRSOFFAV. atso- Asent for the ollowiog First Class Insurance Com paaies, via. .Ijtaa, rinemx and Connecti cut of Hartford ; Home, Lonllard aad Lamar i.r New Vurk ; West era Massachusetts uf Pitts field, Mass. Omoe la FECK'S BLOCK, Burliniton. Vt. 'PtlotM in person or by mail promptly at- dawCm .NEW Ml.NKS. 4 VOTE for Abraham," I Soldier's Dream of I ' Heme, ! rjiiuiae. Soar of UieCanUen, LetllelloldltTillIDie. The Volunteer's Farewell. .. Tell Him I'm Beady. Theee are amone the most popular late sontts. Bnrlln-itoa, Sept. 27th. l-t. "''STORV. 1'. II. MURRAV. ra per a n t! T: i I o r CHHKCn STREET. I) Oppotile .illen't Bloek. THEEsrorCLorBs.Cisin.Mr. v Pjn the ls and most ,o.,a, styles of ootic' "4 mMt wMe terras. 1 ' .00,, Burllaston, Vt. NKW DRESS GOODS L Y JI A i S ! ! ! riiHE largest flock of Dress Goodi erer ihown t JL the Corner btore, will b opened this wy.zsft at prices somewhere near being reasiD b(e. to frhtt thy were some three weeks stBC. TSs nock Con lets in part as follows. Tie .Mou. tic I.aincv llrucadc JhnVi Jfr4ltU Valentina-, Urucmle ICcpps, Itoubalx I'ot'liiifttcs, JfciAIJf MOHAIRS, ALPACCAS, MERINOS, WOOD PLAIDS, &c .c. Tlie attention of purchasers Is Inrited to this stock, as they will here see oul, at nearold prfcre, and as they are new, desirable and fashion Mr, quick sales are anticipated to make room hir tnore of the SMtue kind, provided they can bo found at as cheap a figure as the above are now ffered. i:e memter at , LYMA Sept. 51, Irtll. SLOAN'S ARVHttKCT. f VOLS. Kojal Quarts, fcilx tUoitrated. A iplen. Z diet Diitlon r Vs lit HUSTISOTON-S. 8ept.th. ri'lIK V'. liook by which tn learn Piano-forte J riajtaclii RICH ARI)KO.Nt NKW MCTIIOl). Che Itook that mates 1'iano Studies Attractire Is KtclianlsoD'j New Method. TJle Bt Boot of Kxerrfscs for Piano Practice Is KIchanlsons New Metlud. The Bk of which ln.CMiare soM annually Is Richardson's New Method. iticAardfoa'i -Veio Method for the Piano. Price 3 7S. OLIVKR PITSONi CO- VrbTlhen. Boston, ceat ty loan, pusl-paia. Oct. S. FISHING TACKI.K. 1 TOMPLETK and full Kwitmut t.t Rods, j JleeU. ?o.ins. Lines, lluoks of all Mnd. rTreWeaMslnsle). Klv Hoiks. larre an! small. Ffli Markets, Swivels, (iiuiii, tint. aol ererythlnz la vtt line, at ao. 1 lianK isioer. BRI.NSSIAIDi HILDRETH. lpt. 8. F.STAULISIIKI) IN 1S47. Taper at l,c than JIunuTacturer'a I'ricea. So connection uith the combined Monopoly for High Prices. IOFFKR the Lari;eit and Beit Assorted Stock o PAPER of efery description to be found In this oountry. Booksellers. Stationers, Printers and Hinders will save money by nrst examlnlne my slock, umers by mall prompuy Quea. A. P lIARfl. Wnolesale PjtDer Dealer. No. 44 Beekman street, N. V. (flit Old SUnd). Jane 17. dawlv SlbVKIt IM..ITKI) STOIIS. "VTOW opened orer twenty different varieties. A X 1 fine opportunity to make a friend a raluable present. .V o ir IS THE T I M E and the place U CIIIiAA IIALIi. 8. S I'OWKKS A. STOUT. DEALERS l a.m .mi:loim:o.s. IiTJKUXOTON, - - VERMONT. ATB kfp oooaUntly oo hand, a larre asMrt 1 1 meat of the attove instratuents. frm only auch BiaaaiVtories as we know tu matte the bct ; for we warrant orer Instrument we ell, for rirs iuisih u ltOAM not suit tbe purchaser in ct resnect, he u at lihertj to exehansre it Tne United Co.'s rtancHi. made ht , itUtck Co. IbreoMB and workmen from the best manufactories la ew i or, we make our leadin: instruments. The muuiactarers, by doint; their own labor, and each saan being personally interested, are enabled to make a first elasa instrument, at a lent price than any other eeiahibdimcnt. Many of r-ur beat mast- eiana, and others, nave pare hated them. Amon uw aomoer we refer to Prof. S. C. Moore, Barlincton. ii ii. Benedict. " Edward Lyman, " Col. R. ii. atotw, PtatUhun$, N. Y. Mr. Whiteside, Champlain. N. V. John Rodsera. Black Bn.k, " Mrs. Dr. Woodard, Brandon. Dr. Drew, Watertmry. We are also agent! tor Dunham. Mtitiuay V Sni-, Ilaicllo It res., IsincrMiH. odnanlV II run ii. And others. All Instmmenu we sell at manatee. tarerr prices, settinx them up. anJ keepins them la tane for one year. free of expense. Seeond hand nHKM we Mae in exeuanze ror new. ttierel lax a .Uek eunstantly on hand and f.ir sale. Ptaaos we take in exebance for new. thereby bar- ws are also s.le aaeau for MASON HAMU.VS CABINET ORGANS, whote suiwriunty over imot I anient, of the Melodeon class, are to well r. 1 IIKUA3S. WSOM sutpriuntv nm .11 sown Ui dwell npoo. bamples always tohei at oar wareruoms. Beware of acenta traveling the e.nntrv with r rsnKiauMlity, sellinr instraments. In nine eaae. oat of ten yoo will itt cheated If yi.n pnreha.e f wicui. dh wi m t.ur wareroms, ai ll. l airy Masie St- re, before pnrehannc, aat see what we aaomryoa. a w. powers. h. l. storv. nariiasioa. .a. w. lM Uw. iiAS aa POKCfX-VLV SIIAD1S a J SIIEDD, WALKERS X WIRE8 .So. J Cnion Block. dtf. NKW lltlOKS. 'Dramatis Peraoaae''by Robert Brownine. feuteoU." or the Maid of the Monads, br tbe Auuior oi ibi iireen jionnuun rwiri. tnret. a Novel that will win CTeat Draise from "Down in Tennessee." by Edmnnd Klrhe. The Rarlv lb.. . r rhrtrtl.n lib i. Kno-l.iwl I. the Alder Time, by the Author of the Sehoaberj; .oi r.nuiy. Tbe New Ooepel ol Peace. Third Book Tbe Cliff Climbers. a aew Juvenile by Capt. aine Raid. ror sale by C. O. FRENCH A CO. K It X A T K L I A , WARRANTED TO DIKE TBI olc. ol Hoofs and .Shoes WATER AND DAMPNESS I'ROOF. AND WEAR OM-THtaO LONGER. V K It X A T K L I. A . lrepratloBfrom Copper, harinc no arease. 1 1 w nuj iuiiii; oi uie Kina, ana wnea cows are oare saturated wita it, water eaa no more a, wvuku uiem wan tnrouEH copper itseu. I'KICKSS CKXTS KK IIOTTLK. AT RCTA1L EVERYWHERE. "ot Its cost to the purchaser is really .iothi.is, as u mates the wles wear enonch ln;cer to more than ry for it, Icarioi; a a net cain the making of them i k mpDe rrtK,f. the preserTaUon pinxins gem, tne neaitn. Ij n d i c s , Head T li i s s.wi: Youit hi:ai.tii : l se t ernatella oa the Soles of your Shoes ukcthB water proarmnd thereby ,.tct.y; t from dAmoeM, for the tfrttunrf nwre or Ii It daw. e,U"r 'rm ""n r morBiar """ At AVliolr.alc ill Huston, bj ZW.WSX.. C0.-.'- " street. X; o ninn 'Ar vv-i.' "anover street. jV: fL?.kn5.t C0- Tremont street. C.tnTER, Rt'ST lr CO., t3 Hanorer street. ..uoiesaie irruMsts generally. Abo, hy all . . i.ucjai jcaiers in uoots and Shoes. Manufactured In the Chemical Department of the CAH00.1 MAyUFACTURt.fG COMPACT. WVMAX tr TYLER, Arents, 82 Water street, Boston. daw7mos June I?. x e v coons. T,LEV!.t.?tof Jewelry, Rocers A Broth.r. iT nZSi. ?Srii'ui1"X- "Pottacles, NoseUl.ss- hunlL.,. imI. c.tij.... l. '. -V011!"! "waAiv;, V'UIHS, ItrUJIDCI comt,a..e..' Th;;n;...".L".v."'",SP" Plates. Mirhoo;, MIl7.' 3 .Varied of tieles, at the Old Stand, Church Street 7 J E. BRINSMAID. THA : . At R. I. riERSOS-S. COX DK.NSKI) COFFEE. I Scl?.ar.', """venlent and economical arU 1. e'e, in store tolay. and for sale ny 0eL LOUIS FOLLETT A CO. HEKOSEXK OIU I oeuht elsewhere, at as can lie NO. a UNION BLOCK. I X s . A FEW bushels of very nice Beans at No. 2 Cnl Cnion Blook. S5NoK2E?nFontBlotEm0n "d ,UU,,Bt t W.W DltEWlrSON. Oct. 13. FOR SALE OR TO IIEXT. T'sfreJc ' ed to a rood tenant on reasnn.M. p'E"nt- 0hf.b"i0rMr!:'F- VAa"""i'- ' Enquire X Pnt house of worship aad 'tot sale Pol K. A. FULLER, Bttrllntton,Anr.l2,l841. Chvch &tntt- , DR. MATTISON'S S Villi RK.MKDI FOR- Sped at Jttlsz&sex. This celebrated Female Medicine .prepared eapresly for liotb mar- i nel and single ladies, and Is superior loan! thin,; else for the purpose, as Itwillreculatethe system In caes , of obstruction Jrm wkatettr asm and , Is therefore of the greatest ralue to , married ladles who from ill-health or other reasons mav wish to arnM an ertl to which thev are li4bl. If STfiSB&J talten as directed, it will cire U ca?e curable by we-i'f'ne, aivl Tjjuru'f,s aceonipaoy eseh bottle. a iuv 4 Hi. MMtMnfetLAliii medi cine (s de sl'ned expTc!y f-r nlsUnate eases, wh ch all tAhrr cheap rrrae-H"s of tl'.e kind have failetl cnre;al?o tiat it t wirraiited bj represented inever repec. or th rtlPr W1U be refunded. "Biwabi oV1itioSs 1 and especially the bavins: a coun terfeit tif my add ttgurt for the purjiose of decep tion. None genuine unlets u(tained directly of Dr. Mattlsfn. at his ofhee for special diseases Ho. 2S Union tst.. Providence, IU I. JAcoommo datlons fur Ladies during treatment. 1I !JKirriC C0.1Ii'01J.l. t'trt Ikjrt4t Iitftt mt tk LnnarmOntmnt rt tutnna from imprudence and cvntttn. FThM new remedy contains neither haliuuu Cipaira, Spirits of Nitre, Cuhebs, Turtentlcc, or any other naeos druz, v-at is an eUpatit vegetable liquid, ideasn-it to the Uste and soiell, cHltng, clean-in srd T eal Ins in its operation. ?peedil M'nvtfataal beat and irritation in tlie ur.nary jrjwcj. Vuu, thereirw, who hare teen takf? JfOs.. tmpniva. either incap sules rmixtTTTe9, f'r munths. until sick and pale, your br-T3i and clothes are flllct with iu vile , throfr away the dmru'tlng mixtures, and fand tr a bottle of this .Vric Rtmr4vt which will care you at once, and als cleanse the sstem trotu the injurious effects of tbe mixtures you have been Ukini; to lon. Ckromr cajes that have resisted all kinds of treatment for ntuuths and even ears tl tctll curt tmmrstrtt ty. Tr it. and if nt as re pre sente! tht mttjr u-ti A rtfumtrd. One bottle icen eral) suf-fieient Price sent by express. AIjTKUATIVK svuiii. Fr ImphTtttti af the i?oJ rttnlttng frm iwrW 1 ence and enayi-n , or abvt ofMrrr r$, mwtnf ilrmp- the Attn, rr Throat, Month and sVm. V OtdSorti, Srriitng$; 1'eunM tn ( Horn; and all ttpn of a artnr itrntfnt potton n tmt tyittm TrNo remedy ever dIcorf rel has done what has eeo achieved by this. Under Its mse. erer3 form of oonftitutional syphilitic or mercurial taint is sjreedilj cure!, and In a hort time the su tile poison is completely eradicated from the s stew, and health and stirntb are permanently restored, it was tbis remedy that cared a gentleman frm the South then supping at Newport, and for which ne prtwuiwi it. j. witn ji.hj neaiaes nis mil, aiver having been under the treatment of the most etui ent physicians (n Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York, for yit'E YEARS. Never despair of a perm- ueni cure, no uiaiier nowonsnoaie jwur oae nas teen, until ton have thoroughly tested the virtu of this potent Alterative. 5? Un T' buttle asU a month, price sent by express. iYKKVI. i.wk.oicato::. For Nervous Debility, Seminal Weakness, Lues o! Power, Impotency, t'onfusutn f Thought. Less uf Memory, Irritable Temper. lihm Apprehensions Fear, lespobden and Melancholy, which mav end in loss of Reason This new remedj fur that fearful trafnofuentaland phyricalevilsartsfnffrom secret habits of tbe un, or excesses of mature jean- is -tnped ol the most soothins;, strength-1 eninz and invigorating medicines to be found in the whole Vesetalde Kingdom, formins; in eumtunatiou the m t perfect Antidote for this obstinate ana distressing class of maladies ever et diciered. It has now been sent t nearly every btate in the I nion relie .dk the untold suAenngs of bundreU wLo have never seen the inventor, restoring them to healt.i, strength and happiness. One tare bottle Usu a mtintb. Price Jl". THLr. FOUR (itttur REMEDIES as now prfi.nri ' are superior t anything else for their rr-prt- I ive purpeses aad are made public lor the henerit j of those who other wue could never avail tiiem-selvet- of their virtues. The are ail warratitel repre-ented, in every respect, r the pn e will be refunded. gf'BEW ARE OF IXITATItiNa ' And especiall thuse wtrthies nostrum itit itt 1 Iru2-tore! t sell, having a countertVit -f n.. Indian nenre fr the parpoee of decepti n. ', I'Tbe genuine is prepared onlj t.j Jr I 3Iattin at his oflice Tor Special :sei. in Provi lence. R. I., and to be uttAinsl n.h.r else; 'nt by express exery where in sealed pawlia 9rHTc from observation, on receipt of the price y mail. MIl'OKTAIYT CAI;TI0. ! jy THOOSJ.VUS OF DOLLJRt are paid to sw ndlinc uuaeks daily, which Is mm than thrown awar. ThiaeoaieafruiB trtutin:' tu th l. eeptiie adrertiaeawau of men calling tliero'eltrs Doct r. aad wlHMeonle raeomnendati..n - r l. . - they say of thsaMltes. Adiertisln phjuieiani, I ia nine com oat of tea. are impostors. Thr..ril j satfc way i to consult a remlar prmrtie-n t phyBetaa; or If yoa prefer ooe who ma.es 1 roar 'In i.. a soecialte. h nr. th.t i,. ,. n..t ! aa a.lvertillluc aoaek, or yon will bare lean n 1 tsrexret it Ur.JlAmso-i ia tho only racalar ph ; eian in Prorideaeo. if not ia N'ew England who j-l-vertii-es treatinc Smcm Mmlat,,.. an.l he dtr .,. I taavrl rs.rtwwmsaA, without which no stranger eaa o eatitM to esaadeaee. I Enciues one stamp for portage an.l send f r I them, with a pamphlet on sriaj uo-a. seat tree. Dr. Uattwm is a retrnlarly educated ! pbsiciaa of twenty ymrs' ezpenenee. ten issaet- . lensi- treneral urmcticta. until nWlinin. i...-.i. i eomp liod him to relinqnish that and adopt an ..II . . ! practice, treatinc all diseases and acci.lenti result ine from imprudence in both scxe. rivin.- them his wa attention. Persins, al a ' .liiai.i. baring any tmportantor dif&cnlt (... ! 111 lo well to sonsnft Dr. al. ,r .n.i t r his t timonials before jc-lng; el where. A.I balnw faithfUllt atlndd to. .itri mf.t ..... ! rant iraarxnti! .iiriee at Otnee rrec A.l.lrr. wc 'K.a a A (n.t !) or Dr. HATTISON. XII i1 t'XIOX .ST. IMlOVIIIKM'i: . It. I. KIGIITKKN IMKl'Ks (IP Ml lf IVES A WAV, A I Specimens of the Content, of Tin: ii a in of .iiniAii. Seat free of Poetaire Snd vimr Hi)mi nr r VER D1TSON A CO., Pablishers. Boston. Oct. 4. Iturlinzfon Itook ICimlcry. WILLIAM M.'OTT. rODIf)repeetrally announce that be is pre IT DSnd ti SMCDtl til nrrlm ..Ik .hwk L.. be ferored m the abore Uae, with care aad promot' ness. ' OLD HOOKS ItlMtor.M). M0S1C, .vjojzim:s, pamphlets, booad in anr .tKlrwl it 1 1 Aeoonnt-Books of all kinds made to order. ruled to .ar ntfrn Paper HT "Orders by mail will reeei. e prompt attenti.m. rATK.VS RCASOXJM.E. Address. WM. SCOTT, n . (Oayeover HuatiairlOB'l Book Stored Burllncten. ilareii ll -fi. 1S. LAKHt'll.lMPIJIV ivm SUMMER ARRA.XGEME.XT. Cnmmencin: .llondii), .liny 10th. I . It B ItT II S I- It K K. THE NEW AND SPLENDID STE.VMERS or TBC CO. t C 1 1 A M I' L.t I X T II A XS I'll RT.I Til I V UMTEII STATES. . Cmmt. ir-. J.r CJiTJfl, . . . C4ft.irm.ll.Flon. I AMERICA, . . . c- l!,m i MONTREAL. - . . Cmmt. - a. ,n. mu ma as fellows natil urther aotiee. ! OOIXG XOKTII : 1 OtT MXK. 1 I.., CVlk.ll ri.il. FrmmlTka.M t day. excepted.) at Wl A. M . ' I ' A. .11. 1 ntton arrTaal m.9 m. r a ' ( sr. . - ' . a-a aaTj 1 ars in 'in i .yiTfU dre onn -IwYil. 1iwlL PAM;- direct connection with the Cars r Osdenshar" arrivUE TioSr ZZV. IflBVLl.VE. "t. i . leave tvaiteaall Daily. (s,tur- n.S.t I . .11.1 OMV. .Ml Si... . . , ...j ana manual s eaeep ri 11 'i "H"nvai tire trains from New Tori - - - j ------ . ,jKciiim 1 , ""- auspeaeion urias tne ansae dai reaehlnr Durlhurtaa .t rai 1 m 1 mTTrnj . L'5hf.A- 5';-ooaBectlBi: at eaehplaee with Trains It no" 3I'ntr1 " -3n ad Ojfdertshurs COI.NO MIL'TII Div live. Leave Rooje's Point Dally. on arrival of Train f,.m m. 1 St: ,. da Railroad co.il--J.VL" V. S' ,.. . . "-o. at nuriinrt)n t.v'.aT- ' J'"oat. Tl"lero!;a at 2 p. k. with "wiiip wan reaco aitehau at r .. in season for tho Trl V.!-" Alhani with .Tilii . -. ... .ujc , . in. HMW. Till - H - IHT ' u isii, ii . XIGBTU.VE. 1 Leave Ron.es Point DaJlj, .'i1,"?' Saturday, aad Sah- I I. 31. j vut tUUIIIMfl MMta Mlli. ?lil'.tl"n?"iT3l.t Trala t ilontfealad oS. Site tf,V.rtp B"Ston t 9.45 r. , and -"."p '.mttiwti m D.ju A. J.I.. m tm for F. prs Trala reaehlne Xew Vori atl.lr. ", til fS.1 :"!'tlBtt with tho Hudson JUvsr Bay Bc-atfromAlhany at 9 a.m., eaclilnj New Vori at r. a., and BuSalo and Snspeaslor! Bridge at " All the T.fni Ml V. n . Pittsburgh. " " rm AMlt Fare as low at 4y any oliler limit. TIlltiii::n TirifLTi v.. -t, . : nZTJZH'r?"' c'"' """ triaLTlUC'r' Kent' ' Comm,J''''- Street, Mon- On bjird Lake ChampUIn Steamers ?.C'';E1J Pier15 foot Uheny Street. X V Chas TnrRKA-., a Broadway, N. V. On board Hudson River Steamers. Hudson River Railroad Offices. N V I nlon Depot, Troy, N. V. ' Northern R. R. Depot, Albany. BAOUAOE CIILCKF.U THROUGH rae-en-era f1-?,?0 U transported from Carsto BoH. Freiint1 " ,B,"Rf ". ' .ciary, . ireijhuuken at Lowest Hates. TIKIS. 11. CAXFIKLII. Mar? IKS Um" SSSffitt V, EVTIIAV. C mhl??.th lI":1?,'ln, 'f th 'o'rlber en the soth inst., a bay Horse, about 5 1 ears old i7k rf.n.hln,lf - Tb.ouVewSrSawV' ed to prove property, p,y ch.rre. and uke hto, P.sex. Vt., Oct. .i.nhAMANUER ARTIIERT0X. E.VTRAV. CA5i? '.".'i? H" f nel" of tho suhwriber on er li.tr iM 1 'S? S'Pt'moer last, a two .r .-Id ued teMo,:,.t!, wlltelUr. The owner ,, re 2away?P Prptrtr'1"l3r chirK" n1 8t,GeorSe,0ct.8,Is. SMITU 1T' li 't Dr. Oaks. AT THE tMERipAV IIHTKU Ilflt LIXCTO.V FOR 2 B.IVS Saturdar "f. I3tU,und Similar Xuv. 13. jjtrji.' Lin:: j.ern: T V Life and Health are raluable why Mt use the I DmI iwdi to prt-trTe tbern? lrthesvstm tsdlseaai4wli ruu .aynaa o asiasimeoieiBW'w llllflH tnv npare, aat tea1a dTran'- the b...e sysusa. mil imparo one rashet ioU' the Btmh, sail vmami a uan In the m.aith Th toro Iwrne. rarredjattsmd e.i wlthdiziinesaad umin ia the bead The bile theu m fru tbe stonweh lalo the Bowels, and PfMlueet ctiveuMS. unhealthy bamvra,and aa im-lmri- uu l the nio.l, and temts IsI-im the pores ul the t.in, which. P"i eiaailBalioa, will he luawl to Si dry aart hast, and it also tewds to disanaai.'e the Kutnexs. which will show itaelfby the color mud qoantitr i'f the arine, aail H a nataral cieueDe a lon t'raia of disease, will follow. Dr. OAKS 1. a cradaate oTth UiBdori Med'eal Clecsn,aad tMe ora'-tl-ieH IB Brurjaad aod A-at-ria fur oeor 17 v-paf. wttli Hnuaralelleil soccea in Uiel DEAFNESS ASD U A T A R ll R tut.trs m the Ikd9 Dizziness, snW aO Ihs raust of the Eye mmd Emr, Tkromt, H-art, IjmnySj I Jeer y Kidneys Spine i Ib&ncktiiSi Ctm riisnssfiiiw, Srrfhlm Center i Jhsprpna, iV., ftkevmmftsm, J. TTie Ir- having a lare and extensive sssMtfeal experience in the treatment of diseases nsafrally. Is prepare! t receive patients for mdrfl Tsrtntsji on the most improved principle, aad to treat their disease in a veri rui rir and ;atisXartry manner, and in the majority of csv") to ar exceed the moat ICT1B furtTn to any ue peasant or Vwlortn, me expecwinni of ine psuien., wiinosit rer i lr. oaks treats saccessiveiy all diseases of the ) oo the mutft improve! and modem principles, with entirt i new reraeau?, sou wiw iisuw or au IB" t - tho patient. The IKictvir may be eormlte! at the A.Mi:itICAX HOT! from A. M. aatil - P. M. :i. Ito.im No. hi), C.nuIutioa !..- CJEJI TIFIV.1 TES and REFBHE.VCES Maroan. irroo Co.. V. T., May sth, l-M. This is to eertif that I have been siek with "Calarrbal Bronchit i"(.rv year. Last March 1 was induced t tr Dr. Oaks treatment, which re-llt-vc! me In ten minutes. I ioed to couh half the mbt. and rai-e on an averaice as much a. a larze ta cup full of viscid phlegm. My sleep was so very much disturbed, that I woald awal e with baminc fcier and per.piration. AAer a- 114 tht- D-ctor's medicine on month. I ralned in fi"h lo 1 ..un'ts. At tbe end f two months I wet-rheil Si p.ands m-.re than in Marih previ us. My c-ubleltme in two aeekr The nilit -weats ceased uor I nights. M fever left me. M ai-iwtite and l.p returned, and I can trul that Inavr herna. it were raised trota the i-ad to newness of life, aim this witb bat ine muiith'. treatment. FRA.V IS ROWLAND. JOI1S W. SMITH. For reference! 1 cheerfulU refer to IKl'.R Kt XitU Bank Couperstowa. JOU i. StiTT, I.EO. R. KORTHIVOTOS, Worthinrton flank. C IIAS. W. SMITH. Oueso Bank. I hereby eertity to tbe veracity uf tho ahovo. BETSV SJlITII, MiUml, Otsego Co., S. V Itllrulne n( 1'orty V ear's -taadlns Cared I. Samuel Steere. ..f F! Creek. Otsee. Count! do herel-y certifj that 1 luvc lcen t.taiT blind for r.-KTi rKa-. an.l lu. '-,-en un.ier the 'treatment .1 tlie ui.t eiiKn-uec.l oi-unst.- and urgenof ew Vor. wh.. liar orn..ui,ced my ease laearable. I liae brcn und-r Dr. H. A. Oaks treatment for soen eeks 1 have en him bat three time-, and for the first time t-da toese maoyyears, I waaen a le! to ,!ie.T -tj. cts clearly twt-oty rd distant. I can also see to read bis name" on hi window shades will, h 1 haw .1- ne in the .re-ence ot witnesses, from eice4ve deiiirht at returning vi-i.n. When I first e Uw ll.ct.-r, 1 wae comp.ctely prostrated la bodily health. He has cmpletelv restored me. and I am very happy to sa that I feel fully twenty eapi .uner. I aui nearly : year old. SAMUEL sTEERE. Utica. Septemir th, . - 1 WtTwee J. . Kidnev and Dr. Calvin Kinney. Frankfort, Heraimer County. IFrma e t rim iUwcwof HtreM Fitvrxi L. aavaaus Awooderlal care per. f rai. a 1.) Ur II. a. Oaks having eoaa aadar aar n-1 .-v. w. w?l. tbeareatestesteoafidcaeeia reeom menllii. his superior treatiaeat to sweb as may be aHl..-tei w.tti i!eaae of to eye. Thia eaiw was IM-rnTmed altrr the case had been proaoaaec! by lf-troie.1. n.i lite .lesoaired ot Tho er. la yu, -a-uww .cvrsow, am use SftS w. :!. braltht an.l bnlHaat as over, aad ao es caa !'-crrn the .lifltrence. It is raaliv a woaderfal eare and w..ul.i sraee aay of oar "medical record -Success t I it 1 i..s aad his saperiwr Uaatmaat, wnch Is entirl new. Ltua, May Jlst, l-l. Fron tht fttcm JWsranv MrmU. He ukc pleaMire la rseooUaK aaott cure . !r Oaka A yoaag maa wh. la employed as ti the estaldishsaeat af I. sTUliia., m eon e-t rcr.e., Jio.37 Blseclur Street, COca, raa Un.. a well aad eaa sea as perfectly as at aay jv. .,- "iti iv L't 'a. Auicust, i-ol Urn k. Vuxnt ,4, i6t. Drab Sir Permit me. very repeally. to pr ent i.u witn tin certificate u !. en of unr twlerful e.nim phj-ncian, ad ofyoar deport meat m grntivino. Fur mt.re than .v.en yjr I hare heen afflicted svtth nuknewi of a ntre iclmr to fraaalaa. ex. regit that I tw lVtriMrn fi-r uvex two .am, mad ouaNie to m-'T wtth at aj!i5taai- I hare had nine different phtcianMn the tart two yemr, Don of wiiobj ct.u.,: nci, ms.. inuee-n.u) use ueirown worat, "they were ivimpletoljr poal 3d wtta my ease, and that alt the uiettu-tne ia the world eould not restore in, nnrcren help me." After moeh reBeeti, I oun-ented totr ar treatment, I had heard you 00 highly !-i.?n T hr th ? whom yoa had eared. 1 mn reaUzed th trttthfor myaeli. that ywar aapa rlor wa-Vncial, and t&at y--ur treatment helpeii me m le than two week fa foar moathii 1 m 4. muo'i improved that i-ven my fnendj were attna1hed I continue to unprore. aad eaa bow chetrA.ll thi-. my mite, with handretl of oth er wh-.- liw-tu lime svt-l awt rendered happy Ma 4iod t leas . 0Q. 1t OakR. tn vnar Miiinhlnr an-i ocn-G'-ifiit mlvmn V ?unrinC hnmanity. I -wa?he haopr to reply to any who may re- m. luuiciH wjum t.-.iaiHiiues aou akin. 1 m, dear -r. ..urs. laspeetrally, . , Mr,. M ii. fiREV. No. e, Whltet.r.. street. UUea, X. T. Fr referenc. Me cireolars to be had at his rooms OlT.ee h.-ur. f.om A. X. until 8 P.M. Sept. A. mmt. CIDKlt MILLS. J 1ST received anot ber lot 01 family C. !er li . I". ' PE1KCKS. KLTLAMI AM) lil ltl.IXBTOX FALL AlrRAXGEMTXT. It. It. (' . n mene.n.- 'k-t nth 14, trains will rua as fol- leave seaLivc.oi ..A.L .MAILTRAlXfar Bostaa. Lowell, Wor- ester. Fitehharah, Brsttteboro, sattazaeld llart I ford. New Havefc Troy, AIIaynT Vork ! arrive ia Troy J,i. r. u.; Xew Vork i r. a.. B I toa Jo p. a. I Ta f. Bmf, Mini Ckmnme Cor.. 1.1". P. H. AccHnodaUoo Train. l-loe a. fSremviNfcrTiyy.AIbaBy.New I Iora"" wti arris, at Troy 7JS r. .; I " J. 7' A- "t.' River thilroai steepin- I an or Uadsoa River Steamer.. Tliis train st..p at erxennea, Middle hary aad Brandon. ( Tkrmmgk It Trim Mkoar Ckmmgt Cmn. 'topsoBly at Vertcmsaes, Xidclehury .ir. ... NIlillT BXPRBSS,with Steeping Cars, for Xew 1 wh and Boetoa. Arrive ia Troy at 4 ar, a a. . New York In a. a. ; Boetoa 7 a. m. Through to Troy and Boston mnthout tha ae of Cart. Frmm It. l mmi EmM Trmm mrrm ml flurftwe tmn u Imtlmw. . t.JS r. HAIL TR.VIN fhm tuta 11 ... easier. Sprturnel ljartawd. New'HavTroy Albany aad New Vork. Leaves Boston 7J0. , " New Vork ri.nn e v -tk nii " : ": I Troy 8.110 a. a. wr ' J v?B82.T,fVLN' wttfc -Seepiri: Cars. frN.wVork and Boston. LcJr Tori 1 at r.a.,lloatosi-p. a. '-""-.ACCOJIVODATIOS TRAIN frea BeHw, r .NEtVyoRKirxrRESS. Lea.es Xew V rk ears ' n" tnm Troy witbaut ehaage ot , o5.' .r'r" n'ora. Troy, Albany. N iL r,!w!?f' PrtaeW point, on th .VewiiorkCetitralaad Wwun IbltiLil nj , formation ci- lie a- R. C. RAU'R. V - C. taoksun samImI shrMi. Amerieao Hotel Rl-k. fff-Fare alwaj s as tow as br any other line. GB0..M8RRILL. Sup. - STIIO.VC. CALZS I.f Springs, Felloes. ixtcs, w..,',S- i"K fJ- WHEBIA SKATmrita ENA31- Wton:ht Nuu ..' ' le Iron, . ...1 r lore..-.. Spades Ho. . . J reu.ar V.rnish. TurpintKe 'uou Tnt?iP,,,,,f.aD" V"' Tools of allkin.ls anda ?.Tii mlara' -,ti'nics Hardware. caI a rf .rtraent f l andlc. Shaft Shackles, DaS FnTmee. PxVtl, plain. The best asrt.o.ai if 7. '. wr:r;zk". Sl'KCIAl. MITItti. Moody baltle-aesu mo maniMii vi t harahts abode of tk ."posr frsrn the oflk. . raered desk roM the mountain t, dH.t wu andftr-fflriands or tht tntnn .-, . '' aad ?ae b'J i.l-ill-el world . p.r-. ,. erideaew of Mtowislltlia rffcet. ,r i,Rir. rL.IXTATIO.r HITTERS. Ttmn.ii-i. .; . . savb..' letMs likotb atllawiBK our .. oar ntSca. Reeoaoar, Wis.. .r " I baee lwa ia tt.. r-. AMinCan in. ntlia .Deoehttse iui.: . At Alti'a, til. thny iSTe sae a b.tt!e Bitters. " aad ouxed a. Three tNHtles i-t. C A. H sosra Warhaw. ij.. j... Oaoioaajs man, sid sot obt if the hoaao for tw and Krrsipelu. after payine t witlHBt leseat, hu bna ear i our Hitters. EHWAR1- , Tbe fol lowiae ia tmm the Man.i z r Home iiebuo! hr Uw t-'blldrea .f .. llaTSMaraaMASalus. unr-r New York, Au.u! Da Daaae Var w..olrl-.. , tars hare been gteta t. s. io- -f ,r BOriBKtViwewn.l.H..k . . aarwyeAet. One little sin . aauuia hr boi, loss of ..-r t- , raKeonaumptiun, ' n wn- m i been eahao-.t-d. ha turn - . . aotwaeaewd with iuia e-i i! . Iter appetite and .ireaath rai , , she ia now well. fUrpeetlttlly. Mb. ii V I owe aacti t. i u. f r . StfkPtelatin Bitter hae n. . Rae. . WAowiNhi: y - SMd 1S twBty-ar 1tsen m. w lUitMw. the i..oalartt - i. lax wilii the ,r'J .f r S IWtTi, 111 . Wiiiaid's Uott. .v.. I have liven tl - P. hundreds o ems dlaabiwl sou .-r- . t , t. . timiahiu e0At- G V, - skip't Soldier's 11 .-i. - - . fbe Plantation Bm-- 1, (l of Uver oomplaint, of which I s .. u, and 1 to auaadun my ha ce. Ttie Plantation Bit-. . 01 a deraaement of Uw kilce s u; , that has distressed me It .rar d"1"- c. c. MOORE. I'A Br. a... , A., Ac, Ac. c, 4c Ths Plantation Bitters make the wej- -laagdia brilliant, and are exhau't" In-, rsetorer. They are eompoeed ..f ti.e iaayu Bark, Wlatersreea, Sassafra.- R ie., all preserved in perfectly pure ... . . s. T. T7fi0.-X. Persons of sedentary habits tr. u - boss. Lassitude, palpitation ot th- V." petite, distress after eating t r.i tion, Jre., deserve to santr .frlio w The) are reeomawaded by th. 1 . authorities, aad are warraate-'. to o tial. beneficial eltaet. They are elect . . able, perfectly pure, aad hannlcf Notice. Anv person pretendm,-1 - Bitters ia balk or by the icalb .a . a unpostor. It is pat ap oaly ia ur (.. boule. Beware .f bottles relUle.' w deleterious stulf f' r which several ready in prison. See that ever pri.au L'aited state. Stamp over ti.e Mtoa, aad n aatare 00 stsal plate -. Sold by respectable derlere throui;'. . siae clone. I II. IIRAKE 1 1 11. a2 Er. i .. . Fobraarv 9th TIIE CIIKAT KXCLIMI KEMI.'I Sir Jtime ClHrhe. CKI.BUR.ITKU FE.MAI.K IMI.I 'lint) well Iibowb medicine n X bataflarosas. remedy fc Feiui.c . - aad Ohstraetions, frosa aay eaass :..;- - althnnnh a powerful recaedy, it c li .' - hurtful to the constitution. will, ra a abort time, bruu: on ths x- qu.. . .- with retcalar.ty. Ia all nasos of Xemme and Spinal atTc-: r. ia tho Back aad Limbs, Heaviness, F.L.-ur - -exertior., Palpitatioo 01 the ilrart. L Spirits, Bystenea, Siek Headache, touif b paiafal itissasss oeeastoaed . a r n. tsm, theaa Pills will aaaet a ear wi en . .I II. B.. Those Pills have sntr ora known - i. w r 11 ohaervad. i -.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .c . "1"'. . aeant. K. . tl aad ( postace stamps enclose-i t 1 aathoriassl goat, wtU lasare a hottle, c.nu .. to PiUs, hy retara mail. JOB MOSES. So.c Pr..pr.etr.. IT Cortlan.it St V Sold by all DrisdMa daw. COI.GATK's IIOXKV OAI". Thleelehrate4TOILBTsO.I. u-' venal demand, ia mads from the CHOICE, materials. Is Mil. D and K.MOLIKXT 11. -.-tare. FIlAGItAXTLV SCKXTKI). - tremely IIKXKl'ICI A I. ia its action ui ' akin. For sale by all Druggists aad far.ci (. Isealers. ..wit B R V A X ' S C L JI O X I C V A F E R S The most eertain aad speedy reraedy ever 1lc r,--for all the Diseases of die Cheat ana Liu. Coacha, Colds, Asthma, Coasaa.pt. '-. These wafers give the most uuur.i -and perfect relief, aad when persevere: ti -la to directions, aavsr fail to effect a -if 1 lMtiata care. Thoosaada have been re: rel .- 1 ftet health who have tried other mes:.- c: an ell mu aad all ooasritutions they ..e c,.v hlesaine aad eare none need despair, n. nu" ' watt the disease may bare existed, or h. w. -ft amy he, praetded the oraaaic str: -tha vital cesaat is not hope.eealy ki)M - one aSMrted should Eire them impartial tr . JftB MOSES. Sole Pr.ipr ft K Cortlandt St N I Prices osats per hoi. For sale hy ah ' Dee. 14th ami. ! VEIOIOXT CKXTIt.l I. A XO St I.L1T1' KAII.KO ills. FALL AKRANGRJ1 ENT. Commencing October 10A. i(A. ratlife ootv soittb avd basv Lean Barlln-rton at 7 S3 A. M.. 1 2 M P. 31.. iu p. yi mail Trala. leave Rouees's Point, 5.3n A. 31.. Ik lias. boa 7JBA. M., cooneetiac at White River J tioa aad Bellows Fall, with trains f r Roston u ceeter. Sprintlel.t and New Vorl., amriat: at v Vork at In V. 34. BarliaxtoB Express leaves Montreal a-' r Rouse s Pout al 7 4.'. A. M., for Burlington -toga. Troy aad New Vork via the Lake. Day KspretH lea res Ottdeashurxb at .V ' v Moatreal at -JJ A. 31. .'Rouse's Puint at I - '' for BoeAoa, Troy and New Vork. Night Expreea leaves OcdeasbarEh at 11 . 1 ' 3loatreal 3 I.". P.M., Roasts Point P 3f sr- at Boston at m.40 A. 31., cooaectin-t at Bel. w- - -with Cheshire Railroad Tor Boston an.! H - -and witb Verm at Valley Railroad f. r r r e.. and arriving in Nework at u .1' M vaAi-is soi.ve 30RTB A.vn wrsr Leave BnriiDiton at 4.10 A. JI.. !-' .". P. V P. 34., and 6.110 P. 31. Day Express leaves Boston at -..ij V Lowell or Lawrence, at 731 A. 31 . 1 1 1 F ' Leave SpriBEaeld at 7 "al A. M.. Bellow, ra -IIJm A. 31 , for Paseampsic Rad. Buri ).;.i. x treal. Ocdenshure. Chicaeo and rl. IV.l . sense ooaaeetions. 31aii Trala leave. Boetoa at . A. 31. ri I- "' White River Junction at I 35 P. 31., for Bur. Montreal and O-rdensbura. Aeeommodatioa Train leaves Nrthtir - 1' A. 31.. Burlini-t. .at lir, P. 31. for R. Nbxbt Express leaves Bellows Falls a ' ' reeeiviK paeai;ers from tenaoot ts.i' F loi vin New Vork, at Iil5 P. 31., and fr .11 1 l R. R- leaiiair Boston at i.M P. ft . conn.- r-. White Itltcr Juactlon with train leaving r-t " s-4 I'- 31 for Burll-iitjn, Rauset IVint. 31-' and Ojdensbur- The 3lail Train South an ' I prt-sa iraln Worth ooaneet with raump-- . " i Sleepiazaars are attaahed t.. both te-- " press trains rqonlo; between i...usc'- P J. ; Boston, and Roase-s Point and Fpnn i-Sel ' . ThrouxhTrnketalorChieat-oa dthelVr'tt''-' at the pnneipal staUoas. ... 0. 3JERRILL.M. vians. uet. to. IM. 1 i'aint : p.u.t:: I Winlcr'i Jlctallic llrnun l'aial ! RBTOM3IKNDS ITSELF. rT U a poreozideof Iron and 3Iaasaoe-. Il"' reaWy with Liaoiwd OH, taklii-. two per lui Ihe. tbaa aay mineral, aad pa""" l"Ody tbaa aav other paint. It form. a .1- fadlar, darable m.lml;- mmt. pri.tsetras dreoy, aad iron or other metals from rust . stoa. It do, not rHsijo trA'aaiaic. .'Bd Is warV'te give aatisbetioa for aaialiac Hailaar ' ' Krfdres, Roases. Barns, IlsDs and Prck v ' Tin aad Shlmrle Ronls. me U. N. P. KAB.SH.VI.L-. CO . Paint aad Vanish M.aat. -ur.ra-i-1 for New nz)vB1 States. Mi:- -aJ utreel- &l Boston. Ocu j, I ..ir-iv II O X B V . A FEW boiee la One orler. for le bjr, , LOUIS FOLLHTT July 19.