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THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING DEC. 29, 1865.
r & l a large live twij - ... Av.rus.-SiyleJ. of theVer riiOTOOM-" ., ;n again on xnont Gicustom about the time of Ann "J1 ."tm, determinca that every the rir friends shall hare an Album, ir tht' , STnriM. are any inducement M vrfPfremtbe celebrateJ manu ftchas ust received xromiuc of Samuel Bowies a factory oi tie''S,P?n of MbVmB in America, upward. D,n Wred dX" worth, which are now Cf at to Gallery. These Albums are T" the same time, me most uuk U1 they are, s tne t6 di. Sent Vinds.emDracinc some of the most ele Sn bound biota ever brought into the city. TfthYvrlceriiits from fifty cents to twenty JaUar and i one third less than the publishers everv one can be suited. Don't fail 7.11 aid look at the assortment before pur- chasirff elsewhere. The- DuLuoue Daily Times says : " 'The Llt- .i. rvmnral.' cubliihcd in Chicago, 111. by Alfred L. Sewell, is universally admitted to be ihp best child's paper now in existence." As it mtts bat onedollar.it would be a grand holl day gift- Srrus Vekvoxt Gaixebt or Am. This rtt class Photographic establishment, still con tinaes on the "even tenor of its way," adding each year to its popularity and its business; the patronage bestowed upon it during tbepastyear, exceeding very largely that of any former year. The extent of the Gallery the elegance with nhich it is furnished the ease with which rooms located on the ground floor can be reached, to gether with the very large number of fine pic hires on exhibition, with something new almost (Tery day, tends to male it one of the most arreeable places in the city at which to "drop in and look around," while the superiority of all tie dinerent kinds or wort, is so evident that when once in, it is the most natural thing la tie world to nave come iund oi picture taicen Oar citizens, and the people from the town. around, cannot do better than to "call eftcn."; Oval a.vd Sqcaee Fbaues. Persons looking for Picture Frames, will find a very full assort ment cf all kinds and sizes at the Vermont Gal lery of Art, all of which will be sold low at very low pjuies. can anu see mem. I'kei'Aek for the Holidats. As the Holi days are close upon us, now is the time to get ready for them. As there is nothing we value more highly than correct and beautiful like nesses of our friends, whether living or dead, it follows that no more acceptable gift can be inade, than a picture of this kind. The largely increased demand Tor fine colored riiotographs at Styles' Vermont Gallery of Art, is sutHcient evidence that the proprietor's efforts to introduce this style of picture, have been appreciated by the public. Mr. TV. II. Jackson still continues I. color exclusively for this establishment, and the fact that of upwards ot three hundred pho tographs, finished by him during the past year inr.il vector mlnr and India ink. lfs than half a dozen have been rejected, although all custo mers have the privilege of refusing this kind of work, if it is net satisfactory when nnishcd, shows conclusively that his work is good. Persons having old and fading pictures of de ceased friends, should not delay having them copied at once, as they are liable to be lost en tirely. The photograph can be made any size, and when finished in oil, are equally durable with any painting, and as a general thing, far more beautiful and life-like. Persons having work of this kind to be done, will do well to call at the Gallery and examine the many specimens on exhibition. Vzbuoxt Scksust- The large Photographic Views of Vermont Scenery, for sale only at the Vermont Gallery of Art, when neatly framed, make a very appropriate gift for tho Holidays. Every house should have at least a pair of them, as truthful representations ot the grand and beautiful stenery of our native State. 'Britl.iNCTOx Business College. This Ins tion is designed to impart to young men a tound pi actual lusinctt education which shall fit them for active duty in any department of busi ness. The College Monthly with all information my be obtained by addressing Bryan Stratton and Hovt, Burlington Vt. Burlington, Sept. l.lKfi wtf jVcirti of. the week. By Telegraph; . Nsw York, Dec. 22. The Heralds Kichtnond correspondent says the people of that city arc in a high state of excitement in apprehension of an outbreak among the negroes during the approaching Holidays. It is reported that preparations for a gigantic insurrection had been made by the extensive gathering and secretion of arms Fears are felt that the negroes will attack and rob the railroad trains. The Supcrintcodant of the Kichmond and Dan ville Railroad has issued a notice that no freight will bo carried over it between the 21st and 9tli of January. The correspond ent believes the apprehension groundless. A Washington despatch, says Assistant Secretary Oliandler has been recognized by tho President as acttng Sec. oi the Treasury during the absence of Mr. McCulloch from Washington. The aggregate force recently ordered to be mueteredoiit of the military service is 30, 000. A special Washington dispatch says offi cial information from the French Govern ment has been received that the Emperor in tends to withdraw the French troops from Mexico. Yet it is vaguely given out by the French minister in diplomatic circles that while such is bis intention. Maxirnillian ex pects to supply their places with Austrian troops, numbers of whom are said to b on their way to Mexico. New York, Dec. 23. A Washington dispatch says a quorum of the committee of ways and means and appro priations nil remain in tcssijn during tho ireos of the Congress. Congress will bo called upon for further appropriation for the aupport'of indigent Indians during the win ter. The estimates arc that 1,100.000 are necessary The western tribes are re ported as being extremely destitute. Maj. Gen. Wilson, direct from Georgia, reported to (Jen. Grant last evening in this city. Niw Yoke, Dec. 23. Sec. McCulloch was entertained at the Astor House jenterday by u select party of friends, lie btatcd that his visit to this city is entirely unofficial. He attended the New England dinner in the evening. New York. Dec. 23. 7,30s Ittscries US 2d scries 07 tM sc ries 971 5,-20s of 'C2 102J of '01 1001 'C5 1011 Jan. Coupons 1451 New York, Dee. 20. The Herald's Washington dispatch says . It is stated in Washington quite positively that Gen. Grant will sail immediately after the holidays in the flag ship of the gull squadron, for the Kio Grande. Com. Win slow has sailed in the Champion via New Orleans leaving his flag-ship lor the General. It is statch that the eucccworship of the U. S. Judgeship vacated by the death of J udgc Catron belongs to the South and will not be filled for a time. Cuicaco. Dec, 20. A terrible case of suffocation occurred from 3, at the llrcmcr Hotel. Saturday night. Five men were killed and perhaps six ; they all slept in the same room. It is supposed that alter they retired, the cap of tne gas pipe winch was only stuct on witu wax fell otfallowinc the jras to enter tho room. Five w re found dead in the morn ing, the other was still alive. New York, Dec. 2C. The Herald' t Vera Cruz "correspondent, dating Dec. 13th says the old Imperialist rumor that Juarez has resigned the Presi dency of the Mexican Republic is circulated.' it is a canard, intended as before to affect tho siexican itepnblican Loan. The Imperialists just before the sailing of every trench steam r, hatch up stories to bolster up the cause oaiimilUn in Eorope. .1 KiOUSCE. 01 .Montreal Wasiiixcton'. Dec. 27. Senator Doollitlc of Wis. is apparently on intimate Urms with the President which occasions tbc rumor that when Sec. Harlan resigns he will succeed him. Dixon of Conn, will naturally have the place of Postmaster General if Mr. Dennison resigns. Tho Government printer is overrun with work ordered by Congress and finds it very difficult to keep up with the demands upon The Committee appointed by the House to inquire into the propriety of the governments assuming the war debts of the States will no uouot report in tavor of it. T-i it r . . . . Ace nainnan Stevens is known to be in favor of the plan. The purpose is to make the southern States pay their full share of suppressing the rebellion. New York, Dec. 27. Hon J M Goodwin.OongrcEsional delegate from Arizona, telegraphs his arrival at San i-rancisco on the 19th, and that he will ar rive st Washington about the 12th of Jaa uary. The surceon in chief of the Freedmcn's Bureau, has received a report from the chief xneaicai omcer in J cxas representing tne san itary condition of the freedmen of that State as the best possible. The Chilian Minister has received infor mation ofa protest of his government against the recent Spanish decision to treat as pirates an persona in board the privateers ol Uniit who are not natives of that country. If this is carried into effect, the severest retaliatory measures will be resorted to by the Chili ans. New York, Deo 27. The Tribune's despatch eivca the following account ol auairs at Alexandria va Yesterday was a scene of rapine and mur der, the result of bad whiskey and habitual and diabolical hatred of the negro ; from the most trustworthy information it u inferred that at least six ncsroon were brutally killed by the rioters whoso wholesale as saults were entirely unprovoked. So great was the mob of drunken chivalry that the police and military were powerless to stay their actions, and until long alter nightfall they held hish carnival to the ter ror of the more respectable inhabitants of the town. Washington was also the scene of a larcc number of acts of violence against unoffend ing colored men and women, who were bru tally assaulted by drunken "white brutes who have thus far been permitted to go unwhip- ped of justice, even such as is disposed to negro-haters by the magistrates of ash' ington. Netv York, Dec 27. A Washington despatch sayd Secretary Stanton in reply to the Senate's resolution, states that no one has been employed by tbc War Department who has not taken the oath prescribed by Congress except those who were appointed Piovisional Governors of States recently in rebcllion.who have receiv ed compensation for their services out of the Y ar Department. Itie arrival ol semmes, the riorum pirate, at Washington was daily expected. lie will be tried by court martial, for violating the laws ot war, in numerous instances. St. Loris, Dec, 27. Mr. Lockbridjre, representative of railroad interests in Texas has arrived in Kansas City on mission to the President of the Kansas City, Fort Scott and Galveston R. It., with a view to the completion of that road with its lexas connections. The people of Texas arc fully alire to the importance ot tbc improvement and hope it will soon be completed. Mr. Iiockridgc rays that the hope of spee dy railroad connections with the northwest nnd the resumption of railway traffic and travel is ctusing a spirit of enterprise to pervade the State and the people generally arc anxiously looking forward to the resto ration of the State to the Union. New York, Dec. 27. U- S. Cj of '81 1071 7.30s 1st scries 9S1 2d series 9S 3d scries 97, 5 20s of 'G2 1035 of 'C4 1011, of'05 101110 -10s 2J Jan. Coupons 115 Gold 1 iC. Ogdeneburg 21 mortgage 37J. Vt. Central 1st mortgnge 79. Flour, dull Western Kupcrfirui to 75 ; common extra 8,50 to 9.00 ; medium $0.00 to 10,50 - Good and ctwiccSt. 1-ouia 11 to 15. Corn, quiet Western mixed 103 to 1,00 yellow 104 to 10S. Oats, firm Northern, and Canada COo to C2c. Butter 35 to 45. Cheese 10 to 19. Boston MnrLet Wxdxisday. Dec. 27. F1a)UR The market for Flour has been rather dull the past week. Sales at K 23 e 7 Ti for Wes- tern superfine , 9 JO 10 50 for medium d , and 1 IS 12 1 1 for good and choice, Including btneuee, Ohio, Canada and Mlehlean, the latter pries enly for choice brands. St Louis Flour ranging from 13 0 IS y bW. has been In fair demand. Corn Meal has been In moderate demand at 4 75 4T S V bbl for good shipping brands. Buckwheat 5 21 0 1 X fc lOOEtJ. GRAIN Corn Is held firm but has been In moder ate demand. Western mixed has been (old at Jl 03 13 1 00 i and Western and Southern yellow at 1 03 18 1 OS 1 bush. Oats hare been In moderate de mand. Northern and Canada at CO (S 63c ; and Prince Edward Island at 57 B 59c buih. White Beans are In fair demand. Common and tood blue pod I 50 0 2 25 i and marrow and extra pea 2 25 2 75 pluih. Canada Peas I 30 1 CO fboib. In Rye small sales at 1 15 t bush. Shorts tZi B Vi -, Fine Feed 30 IS 32 ; and Middlings 40 IB 42 t ton. Barley t & 1 20 V bush, as to qnallty. PROVISIONS The market fur Pork remains alioot the same. Sales at $25 a? 27 for prime ; 30 S for mess ; and 36 18 33 for clear, cash. New Beef has been arriving more freely. Sales of Eastern and Western mess and extra mess at 1 19 e 23 ; and fAmllyextraat21lS25 p-bbl. Lard is dull at 20 a le t Ei In bill and tierces. Smoked Hams 18 a? 19c lb. Hogs hare been in fair demand at 13 B Hie. as to quallty.asd eitraat lllc lb. Butter Is firm. Sales of good and choice at 40 a 45c. Including New ork and Vermont dairies, and 33 0 33o for com mon an! fair. Canada has been telling at 30 fi) 35c. Cheese has been in fair demand with sales at 1G0 20e i !b, Including factory made. WOOL The demand ha been good the past week and very full prices have been realized. The sales comprise C50,00) Q s fleece and pulled at E! 0 Sic t All fine Wool Is held very firm at the elos e nd for medium and low grades there Is a better feel- ing.- CAMBRIDGE CATTLE MARKET. By Telegraph to the Free Press. Wkdkssdat Dee. 27. Atmarket I03S Cattle. Market Beef extra t cw t. , $ 13 50 S3 1 1 4,00 Firstqnality, (1203 B 13 CO. Second quality, J9 W & $950. Third quality $7 00 7 CO Working Oxen, per pair, $100, 150 0250. Cows and Calres, IB, 47, 50, V &UO Yearlings, $25 0 23. Two years old, $330 47. Three years old, $50 0 CO. Sheep and Lambs 1816 at market. Prices, In lots 2 00 3 CO 0 4 00. Extra A selections. 4 50,5 00, CM, IS" 9 00 or from 3 to 9c per S. Hides, Si 010c per E.; Calfskins 20 022e. Felts, 1,50 02,00 each Tallow, 8 B 10c Swine 15CO at market. REMARKS. There were about 250 less Cattle than last week, but owing to the soft weather and it being the day after Christmas, the supply was ample. Quality not very eood generally. Sheep, the number was less than last week. Some of the drovers said that prices were cue centra lower, but in sales giien to us, we think there wa, but little difference from last week. DOXATIOX PARTI. AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH IN CO LC II EST EE, for the Benefit of the Pastor, on Tuesday Afternoon and Evening, Jan uary 2d, 18C0. OYSTERS and other refreshments will be provided. The Public generally are Invited. T.8. BROWNELL, J r E.B. MORTON. JCcm' wltd2t SPECIAL NOTICES A ConsitiCTiosALAE.ii)maT. If DIeaM Lai sapped the foundations of your life, and ti grada ally, but rarely, carrvlng you to tie grave, It Is Important that you should at once proceed to lulld up and amend your comtltutlon. PLANTATION" BITTERS, arertccmmctdeJ wife ti greatest confidence for this purp tee. They jffeQt and pleasantly relieve the Dyi pep tti sufferer, cuic Langoor, Headache, Diitreis after Eating, Pains In the Side. Back and Stomach, and all other alliacaU arising from a Stomach octcf order, and arrrit Utfrogrtu cf chronic Jittar. They are the most delicious and asrceahle tools ever offered to the people. rv-t i .... ...... . Mt ufore r0Ui vias O0 quejUonj fcr rour Stomach's sake." Their good effect will be felt from the very Cnt trial. Particularly recommended to weak and dellcat females, clergymen, &c To bo found everywhere Try, and bt Coniinctl. SCdAWlm M RS . WIXSLO W, An experienced Nurse and Female PhyslcJas, Presents to the Attention of Mothers htt SOOTH 1 A (; SYKUP For Children Teething, which ereatlv facilitates the croce&s efteethinr. br softening the rums, reducing all Inflammations, will allay ALL PAIN and spismodle action, and Is SURE TO REGULATE THE ROWELS. Depend unon It. mothers. It will el ve rest to your- soiree ana Relief aud Health to Your lulunts. We have put up and sold this article for ovar 30 years, and can lay t m conjunct and truth of it what we have never been able to say of any other mad ilne nctr Aaf it failed in a tingle inttance te effect a sure, when timely used. Never did we know an In stance of dissatisfaction by any one who used It On the contrary, all are delighted with Its operation and speak In terms of eommendatlon of its magical effects and medical virtues. We speak In this mat ter " leaoJ ire it Inoir," after 30 years experience and pledge our reputation for tkt fulfilment ofukal ut here declare. In almost every Instanco where th Infant Is suffering from pain and exhaustion, re.Ie will be found In fifteen or twenty minutes after syrup Is administered. Full directions for using will accompany eac bottle. None genuine unless the fac-simlle ol T1S t PERKINS, New York.Ii on the outside per. Sold by all Druggists throughout the world. PRICE, ONLY 35 CENTS PER HOTTLE June 5 dawCmois itch: itch: itch: Scratch ! Scratch ! Scratch ' "Wll BATON'S OINT.M EXT WILL CCItE THE ITCH IN 4 HOURS. Also cure Salt Unicsi, Uu-tm, Cdilblaim. and all Encrrioxs or tuw Ssis. Price '5J cents. For sale by all druggists. By sending 60 cents to WEEKS i POTTER, Sole Agents, 170 Washington street, Boston, It will be forwarded by mall, free of postage, to any part cf the United State?. Oct. 25, 1345 dawljr A COUGH, COLD, OR SORE THROAT Jlrquires immejiate attention and tkonld t checked. 1J allowed to continue. Irritation ol tlie Lull"-, n Permanent Tliront Allectiuii, or an Incurable Lung I)Ncu-e is orris the ucsclt. Upon n' Itroiichial Troches UAVIXa A DIRECT IxrLPaXCC 0V THE PARTS, GIVE ill MEDIATE REUvr. I'o Ilronrhitis, Asthma, Cntiirrii. Con sumptlvc and Tliront Disease, TROCHES ARE CTSD WITn A LIT ATS OOOD 9CCTES- SiNOERS AND TUBLIC SPEAKERS will find TVodtrt useful iu clearing the toiee when taken before Singing cr Speaking, and relieving the throat after an unu'ual exertion of the voesl organs. The Trtdket are recommended and pre seribed by Physislans, and have had te.-Umoota frcin eminent men throughtut the country. Bol an article of true merit, and having prored the efficacy by a tatt or many rear, eaeh jear And them In new localities In various parts of the world and the Troche are universally pronoaneed better than other articles. Oetai.1 only "BruWS's BroxchialTrocuis," and do not take any Cf the H'erthteti tmUationt tha may 1-e offered. :old everywhere in the United States, and Foreign Countries, at 35 cents per box. Oct. a .1 HOUSEHOLD AECESS1TV EXIST FOR THE USE OF Dunio's Catarrh Snutl, Which, in the first stagencf a cold aetsllke magic Headache, Hoarseness, Diphtheria and Bronchitis, Sore fcjej, Ieafneai,BadTasteandSmell,belngthe result of Catarrh. This snuff remotes and prevents all these, and Insures a healthy Head. Its effects are pleasant and safe even Ft Infants who suffer from SnufSee. Itbasthehlgheit profe!onal testimonials. Sold by allDrngglstJ.ereentby Mall to all parts ofU S , for 30 cents fosOneBox, or$l for four Boxes. Addrc.., JAS. DCIlNO, P. 0. Box 1235, New York. Wholesale, by D.BARNES a- CO., 21 Park How, N.Y Dec. 9. dVw(m, KNOWLEDGE OFTEN SAVES Every living being haa In his system IMPURI TIES. When thee are within their natural limits, our health Is good but when they are iu excess, pains colds, rheumatism, gout, debility, costlvcncse, di arrhea, dysentery, erysipelas, Je, afltlct us. What we have to do to recover our health is to take out from the BOWELS AND TI1E CIRCULATION the excess or Impurities This done, health follows or necessity. BRINDRETII'S PILLS are the only medicine that can do this with entlr safety to all the organs or the body. HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS are now living who have adopted BRANDKl.TII PILLS as their only remedy for periods of thirty to fifty J cars, and whose average health excellent. They have always cured themselves when tick, by using these INNOCENT AND IN FALLIBLE PILLS. Principal office, Braudretb.' Building, New York. Nov. 30. dawlm hair dye: hair dye: batchel ors Hair Dye is the best In the world. The onl true and perfect Dyo Harmless Ins tan tan eou and RcIUble- pro ueet a splendid Black or Natur al Brown remedies the 111 effects of Bad Dyes, and frequently restores tho orlginil color. Sold by all Druggists. The genuine Is signed, W. A. Batehelor 61 Barclay street, New 1 ork. Jan. 3d. 16C5. dawly ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERSA Druggist said the other day, you have no need to advertise your Porous Plasters, fur every one sold certainly causes a doien to bo avid, and a doten sells a gross, and so on. You will not be able to supply the demand soon. But we can supply a thousand yards a day. AFFECTION OF THE SPINE CURED. nartford, Ccn., Nov. 11th, 1561. Messrs. Tuos. Allcock A Co Please send, with dispatch, twelve doien Allcock's Porous Planters. Our dally experience confirms their very superior excellence. At this moment of writing, a man ap plies for cne, who, by entanglement In the shaft of machinery, had both his legs broken, splno severely injured, and was for nearly a year entirely helpless. This man round rclier very soon byjthe application or a plaster to his spine. He was soon enabled to work, and now he labors as well as ever. lie would cheerlully pay $5 for a s!ngle,Plaster ir they;could not be had at a lower rate. I am surprised that surgeons do not make use or their perforated plas ters, to the exclusion or all others, as their flexibil ity and adhesiveness are greatly In advance cr all other plasters with which I am acquainted ; while the perforations peculiar to them rendered them greatly superior to all others for ordinary surgical uses. Knowing the Plasters to be so useful, I have no scrup'ea that my sentiments should be known. J. W.Jobnsox, M. I). Principal Agency, Brandreth House, New York. Sold by all Dealers In Modlclnea. Oct. 25 ROCKING HORSES A NEW LOT of Rocking Hcrses, at HARTS. D5.22-dtf. No. 4 Bank Block. PKRRV'S MOTII AND FRECKLE LO. TION. Chloasma, orMotbpitch, (iL-oIJiertpot,) anu inU;o, or Pretties, are often very annovlnc. particularly to ladles of H:ht complexion, lor the dlieolored spots show more plainly on the face of a Monde than a brum tt but they greatly mar the beauty of either ; and any preparation that will effectually remove them without Injuring the textcre or color of the jVin Is Is certainly a deside- ratlm. Dr. B. C. Perry, who has made dbeaeei o the ikla a specialty, has dlaeovered a remedy for these ducoloratioas, which is at one P.cmpt, Infal lible And tiirmUt, Prepared only by B. C. PERRY, DennatologUt, ' Bona oireei, new orx, ana ua sale ty all d ujaiiU ( price $7 per bottle. Call for PERRVS MOTH and FRECKVK LOTION. Sold by all Drustfiti In Burllneton. uec. is. worn ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS. These plasters have the compactness of kid lather and the flexibility of a silk glove. They have cured varicose veins and external aneurisms. For alljafiectlons of the chest, weight about the dia phragm or upper portion of the bowels, Is colds and coughs, for Injuries of the back, for all strains or bruises, for a weak back, for nervous pains of the bowels, and ether nervous aficctlocs and cramps, for heart affections, In all thelo eases they hare to be used to be properly appreciated. DR. I. T. HENDERSON'S LETTER. Dr. T. Allcocs aia-: I have been suffering un der a severe attack of neuralglo disease of my bow els for years, with hypertrophy of the heart, and have tried everything known to the practice of mediclue from the Tery best M. D.'a ; but truth prompts me to say that your plastors have glren me more permanent relief than anything else I hare used, and I believe will produce a perfect cure. The counter-irritant effect of your plasters Is produced la such a mild and gradual way, they so Invigorate the circulation around the parti to which they are applied, and exert upon all nervous dljcases such a great sedatlr Inn uaatt, that I place tbem confidently at the head of every plaster now In use. Yourj, Tery truly, I. T. HENDERSON, M. D. 27 I5i5dawlm ANOTHER ENGAGEMENT While the attention or the enemy Is fully Engaged Hy Grant. the attention of the general public Is no less earn estly engaged by CKISTADOKO'-S HAIR DYK, which li accomplishing wonders In the way of Loan Of lng heads that age, or sickness, or capricious nature had disfigured with unslghtlr hues. Milton sa s truly that PEACE HATH ITS VICTORIES no less renowned than war." Manufactured by J. CR1STADORO, No. 0 Astor House, New York. Sold by Druggists. Applied by all Hair Dressers. Dec. 27 dVwlm. OLMANDER'S EXTRACT BUCKU Is especially reeomme-xird by the Medical Faculty fur the cure of diseases or tho Stomach and Kidneys, Rheumatism, General Debility, Dropsies, Chronle Genurrheea and Cutaneous Diseases. For those suffering from the effects of excesses of any kind, it Is perfectly invaluable. For Female CcmplainU It s a priceless remedy. It never falls to effect a cure. It Is theBCiT and . CHEJPr.ST preparation or Bucku offered to the public. Price One Dollar per bottle. For sale by all Apothecaries. BURLEIUH A- ROQERS, Wholesale Druggists, Si Hanover St.. Boston. General Agents. w3m .Harried. In Ferrlsburgh on Thursday Dec.Tth'.by Rev. CM Seaton, Mr. Soloman A. Williams of Charlotte to Mis Lucy Booth or the former place. Ia Chi cap- Dee. Itth at the residence ef A. E DIsbop by tic Rev. Charles II. Fowler, Mr. Thom as Perry of FJruira, N. Y. and Miss Achsa A. Whip ple of Chicaso. InEltnlraN Y. Dee. Hth by the Rev. A. Dull D. D. Capt. Wm. II. II. Peek formerly of this elty, to Mrs JuIliC. CoveiUrElnilra. In Rutland, Vt.. on the 6th lost., at the residence of Mr. H. II. Douglas, by tha Rev. A. Campbell, Mr. Wm A. Reynolds, of Fort Edward, N. Y., to MI.MBunieeMoNleiof Durlineten. 1)10(1. Id HurliBKtoo, Dec. iuh, Melikent, joscfest daughter of William and Margaret Soott. In this elty Dee. 25tb Lotinda wife afJIouarU. Drew aged 46 years. f; At East New Yolk. L.I. on Tuesday evening Dee. I9tb Rev. VharieaCleveUnd, Rector ofTrlnlty church, ol that place. The deceased formerly preached In Shelburnin ttil County, and was a brotber-sn-law of Rev. Dr. Illcks oT thii elty. In Colchester on the 21st lost. Mist Sarah Jane daughter erC. W. and Jane Smith, aged sixteen tears and seven months. TH E NEW YORK TI.MES Enlargement ol the Dally, Semi-Weekly, aud Week!) Times. The Largest and Cheapest iYEIVSPAPEII iv the united states Ihe New York Times has been enlarged ti the size or the Loudon Times. Eaeh number contains eit( pages of tecen col umns each or Jifty eir columns in all maklcg It tne largest newspaper in uie Lnitea oiaies. The TIMES will contain regularly I'ull Congressional Report. Report oi tbc LegUlature. .Messages and Public Document-. Reports or Curt- and Public .Heeling;. huropenu New In Full. JJgja I'oit-ign mill Domestic Correspondence. News from nil ports ol the World. Lilerarj .Vetva,SeIectIon,nud 3Ilcellnuy Ererrthln: possible will be done to mako the TIMES the most valuable and interesting Family Newspaper In the United States. Its price will re main unchanged, in spite of the fact that IU lite and contents hate been lncereased one-fourth. The following are the nrlces of Ihe e4ltions. ta Ta ble In all eases in ad vane ; The Dally Times, per annum til The Dally Tunes (Sunday Edition Included,). .$12 The Semi-Weekly Times, one year J3 The Weekly Times, one year J2 These prices are Invariable. Club ratea are dis continued. We have no traveling agents. Remit In Checks or Post office Money Orders if possible. Address, II. J. RAYMOND CO. Times Office, New York. w27w2 DR. STRICKLAND'S MELLIFLUOUS CO I (I II BALSAM Is warranted to cure Coughs. Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma. Whooping Cough, Sore throat. Consumption, and all the affections of the Throat and Lungs. For 'le by Druggists. SO cents per bottle. Oeo. C.OooUwln Co.,37IlanoTerStreet, Boston, Sole Agenta for New England. Dr. STRICKLAND'S FILE REMEDY has cured thousands or the worst eases of Blind and Bleeding Piles. It gives Immediate relief and effects a per manent euro. Try it directly. It Is warranted to cure. For sale by all Druggists. 50 cents per bottle. Ueo. C. Goodwin A Co., 37 Hanover street, Boston, Sole Agents for New England. wl9mG HENRY II E I SI S xAsurACTUBca or ttMLIjt.lIin T.f MS LF, S With Patent Combination Cuahlon.Patent Pockets and all the latest improvements. Any questions by maii lmmeaiateiy answereu ny HENRY HAIMS. SC5 Washington St. between Doverand Chapman St. Boston. w2 6m THAT NOBLE ANIMAL, THE HORSE "Wf ILL be the better every way, if fed wcaslon T I ally a spoonluU of Allien' Condition Powders. They will cure most of the disease) to which hor see are liable. Increase the appetite and spirits, an with respectable grooming, give a bright, gloss amiearanee to the hair. Ther aro tha reran crte tual and long continued experiment, are prepared with the utmost care, from the very best or mate rial, and guaranteed vastly superior to anything known. Slany Vermont gentlomen, owners of fine horses, buy them by the doien, and give them free lr. Asaeonseouence. their horsea ara alwava In good condition and spirits, iund remarkable ror their smjoui snioing coau. ror sale oymerenania every where. L.L.DUTCIIKR ii SOX, St. Albans, Vt.. nronrietors Demaa Barnes 4- Co.. New York. John F. Henry A Co., Watcrbury, Vt-, wholeaala agents. yor. SO. w3a DRT GOODS.' FOR THE Hotjin.i 's. JUST UECE1VED AT LYMAN'S ucAxmiii or fancy ailU "Iie ; UOOIIS Christmas ami' JV civ tYcttrs GIFT S. NEW STYLES Of ELEGANT EMBROIDERY, L ICES C. Fancv Woistftl IVork. A laree assortment, such as Nubias, Hoods, Mit tens, uioves, laggings. Armlets Breakfast Shawls, A.VU TIIE KAMOCS IWMTFRFALL, HOOD, together with a fine line of Fanev Woolen Hum. for children. In white mode or lanev colors, together with a large stock of Woolen Scarfs for bovsand Clrls wear, and a larire assortment of Balmoral siiruior laaiesana missel. Prints and D.elaines. A lerpo stock at irreitK r!n.-.1 Prtf4 ; itlan Bleached aad Brown Cottons. Cotton Flannels. Ticking, Shirting Stripes; Demums, While and Col ore rianneu. Also, 10 pieces more or these fancy Shirting Flannels Just received, all at reduced prices. if r css Goods and Sit anils. Great Barralns In these roods. In fact we are bound to reduce our stock, and kuow of no way to do It better than to make surb prices as will produce the desired result. So now we offer to you, friends and rustamers. roods at nrlces that cannot fall to suit. AN EARLY CALL will convince you that we mean what we say. Respectfully. EDWARD LYMAN. Corner Store Dee. 19, ISOG. dtf. CHRISTMAS CI FT S. Another I,ol ol Those Itenl Valenciennes Ilddls. I)u. do. Collars ' Do. do. Setts. Do. do. Insntliis iiinl hdgius. ALSO, ISeal .Point Isat c Collar A FINE ASSOrrTMENT.tugelSier with a larze lot o LINEN CAM URIC IIDFS. 1'L.ll.V .i.M) HEM-STITCHKU. ALSO IMeatit Knihroidert'd IldUs, and lets of other nevelUe? in f.I.VCV GOODS ust received at LYMAN'S, Corner Store. Dtr. tkl. dtr. LA C E CO LI. A RS . O P K IV T II I 3 1) A V .ebalea assortment of Point Lace Collar-., ver) suitable for MiOL,IDi' rilKSKA'TS. AT EDWARD BARLOWS. No. 156 Church Street. DeJ. leth. BANK OF BURLINGTON. HE Annual Meeting efthe Stockholders of this Hint: will Le held at their Ilankinf House, on the Second Tuesday of January next, at 10 oVlock A M., for the choice of directors for the ensuing ear. Burlington, Vt.. Dec. 9, l-cs. dawlm FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BUR LINGTON. rilllE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders or this X Bank will beheld at their Banking House, on the Second Tueday of January next, at 11 o'clock A M-, for the choice of Directors for the ensuing Burlington, Vt, Dec. 9. ISC dawlm THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK OF BURLINGTON. rpiIK Annual meeting of tho SUckboMers or ii,e X MercbanU National Bank of llurllngtou will be held at their Banking Uoum on the Second Tues day or January next, at 10 o'clock A.M., lor the election or Directors for the ensuing year. rs.Ai. rure., lasuicr. Burlington Dee. litis. 16CS. dtwlui White Lead. Atlantic .White Lead and Linseed Oil Co.-, of New York, Manufacturers of PURK WHITE LliAD, Dr nnd in Oil. RED LED. LITHARGE, Glass-malen'-- Rci LcaJ, etc. Also, LINSEED OIL, Raiv7 Boiled and Refined. ' 2 For sale by Druggists if" Dealen generally, and by ROBERT COLGATE Si Co General Agents, 87 Pearl Sc. NEW YORK SOMETHING XEWI.V.l.VOLD PLACE. The Vermont National (Jnllery. Corner Church and College Sts. formerly known as "Itcad'.s Gallery" 1-1UA8.II. nANCHET. Woull reirxeirnllv I! J the attention ofthe Inhabitants cf the City or uiuuucwu, ,uu ujuiaiHg towns to me arjove named Gallery .where they can tret the best or work at the lowest prices. A splendid stock of AIMVMS, FRJMCS. MISCELLANEOUS CJBD PICTURES. STEEL PLATE UTHO - GRAPHS, IrC., SfC., will be sold at wholesale Prices. Cai for your eelvee. Particular attention pa lngl d Ambrotypes and Daguerrotypet , Pictures and enlarging tlem for Framing. Don't forget the place and remember the nriM. m rinmtal)itlav.ri. r-sw C. H.nANCnET. Dee, 21. dawlm. WAaawavwryueecnpiion, quality and prices 1 F .imilnnnV.. , VAriU,Laaa EWTKA SETTS extra lot 18 l. BJngx, Mleroaeopef' ancS glawes to examine Counterfeit Conw iianw, oeeeivM y , Dee, 23d. J. a- UH1MBHAID jXCHANICAL , TOI8 3 at CAMPBELLS. EL1SIIA BARSTOWS ESTATE. lTE, THE SUBSCRIBERS, having been TT appointed by the Honorable the Probate Court for the District of Chittenden, Commisslocert to recelre, examine and adjust the claims and de mands or all persons against the estate of Eliaha Bars tow late of South Burllazten In said dlstrieLreD- resentod Insolvent, and also all claims and demands exhibited In offset thereto ; and six months from the day or the date hereof, being allowed by said Court ror that purpose, we do therefore hereby glte notice, that we will attend to the business of our appointment at the dwelling ef Martha Barstow, In South Burlington, In aaid District, on the first Mondays or February and June neit, at 10 o'clock, A. M., on each or the said days. uated this stb dav or December, A. I)., IfC. LEMUEL S. DREW, 1 Commli -lJUGn KIMBALL, jsloEers. w27w3 DAVID CASWELL'S ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT. imnE lion, the -J L Probate Coutt District or Chittenden. s- tor tho District or Chittenden. To all cersons Interested In tha estate ol Dirld Caswell fate of Hlcesburgh, In said District, deceas ed. UaxiTixa. Whereu. said Court hath ajwtrnad the, 2Dth dar orJenuary next for tho settlement of the adminlrtra tion account cf the executor of the last will and testament of said deceased, and ordered that public tapotlce tiereof be given to all persons InteresteTin said estate, by puousmns uuj oruer ume weeu succeuireiy pre nous to the nay assigned, in the' Burlington Press printed In Berlin Eton. In said District. Therefore, von are herebv notified to anr.ear at the Probate Court rooms. In Barlineton. on the aay assignea, men ana mere to contest tne allow ance of said account. IT too see cause. Glren under my hand, this 27th day or December, A. A. ICO. T. E. WALES, Judge 27w3 ZAXTIIA GOULD'S ESTATE. lirE,THl edbyt District or C .THE SUBSCBIBERS. havln? been ancolnt- by toe Honorable the t-robate court for tno ;orChittenden. Commissioners to receive. examine and adjust the claims and demands or all persons against the estate or Zanthauould, latecf uununeton. in said District, recrerentea insolvent. and also all claims and demands exhibited In ofiset thereto ; and six months irom the day of the date nereor, being allowed ry sau uourt or thai par Dose, we do therefore hereby five notice that we will attend to the hnslne&s or our appointment at the dwelling of Ira Sweet, In or ncarHuntmgton.ln said unmet, on me uuru xnursoayi or January ana jiar next, at id o'ciocx. A. Ji.. on eaen or saia uays. , Dated this 9tb day of December, V. D. 1FC3. CHARLES C. CLARK. ? Com ENOSP. HOAG, imlsi'cners. 26w3 MATTHEW HREWIN'-S ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT, rpHK Hon. the Prolate District of Chittenden, sf.l ACourtfortneDUtrlct ofCblttenden. To the heirs and all nersons Interested in the estate of Matthew hrewln, late of Underbill, In raid Dis trict, aeceaseu. u RECTI XQ. Wuxrxas. said Court has assigned the 13th day or I January next ror the settlement of the administra tion account of the administratrix ol the estate of aaid deceased, and ordered that public notice there of be given to all persons Interested In said estate, by publishing this order three weeks successively previously to the day asilgned. In the Burlington Free Press printed in Burlington, In said Dis trict. TnxncroRK. vou are hereby noticed to appear at the Probate Court rooms. In Burlington, on the dar assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said account, if you see cause. (liven under my hand at Burlington, In said Dis trict, this l?th day of Dec A. D. ISS. w2C3 JOSHUA JEWELL'S ESTATE. rE. THE SUBSCRIBERS, having been airointed ny the uonoranie tne rroDate uouri for the District of i hittenden. I'ommissioners to re celre. examine and aJjust the claims and demands of all persons, against the estate of Joshua Jewell, laie oi lucumouu. iu raiu xukicl, tcpiccuitru insolvent, and also all claims and demands exhibit ed in offset thereto ; and six months from the day of the date hereor, being allowed by said Court for that purpose, we do therefore hereby give notice, that we will attend to the business of our appoint ment at the Slere of E. B. Ureen. in Richmond, in said District, on the second Tuesdays or Ja nuary and June next, at Iu o'clock, A. -l., on eaen or aaid uays. Dated this 5th day of December. A. D. 1-45. R B. . FAY, h43"3 HENRY GILLETT, SAFFORD COLBY. Commissioners. ERRY REID'S ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT, I rpHE Hon the Probate . J. Court, ror the Dis- uinnci orcumenaen, a trict of Chittenden. Tn all Tiersons Interested the estate or Perry Reld. of Hinesburgb, In said District, deceased. oaisiiau. Whircaj. application In writing, hath been mada to this Court bv theenardlan of said ward for license to sell the real estate of said ward, et tinc forth therein that his said ward owns eight acres of land In Monkton, Vermoat, and that It would be beneficial to said ward to tell ana omen the same Into money. An.i ih,r,DTMn tha tald Court annelnted and assigned the 3oth day of December. A.D. 155, at the Probate Court rooms, In said District, to hear and deeido upon said application, and ordered public notice thereor to be given to all per sons Interested therein, by publishing this order three weeks successively In the Burlington Free Press, a newspaper, which circulates in the neigh borhood of those persons interested therein, all of which publications shall be previous to the time appointed fT bearing Tnereforeyou are hereby notified to appear ee fore said Court, at the time and place atore said, thon-asd there t oLjaot to the granting eX such lltanr. If reu fee- eause. Given under my hand; at the Probate Court rooms, this I3th day of N'evember, A. D. 1F5. A. IU j uogc. was3 GOLD S E L D E X A CO. nllannl'xrtnring Jewellers, it Courtlal.dt Street New York. 100,000 Watches, C II A I 3TS. HOLD PENS, V it a CI L a . aVC.afcC. WORTH S100.000' to be sold ios.ONE DOLLAR sjcu whtjoct El'OARD TO V ALI E. AMD SOt TO re fAlD CXTIL TOP SHOW WUAT Too HIIAEICIIVE. Splendid L,isl of Articles, All to be sold ror ONE DOLLAR Ea,h. 300 Gent's Gold Hunting Case Watchej.JSO to $150 3ui Ladles' Gold and Enameled Case Watches 35 400 Gent's Hunting Cee Silver Watches 35" TO axl Diamond Rincs. W" IW 3,000 Gold Vest and Neck Chain. 15 " 3o 3,UM " " 4" 6 3,000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets, 1" 3 1, uuo Lnaseu uoiu uracciei, " 2,000 Chatalatne Chains and Guard Chains. 6 " 'JO 6.000 Solitaire and Gold Brooches. " .10 'CM Lava and Florentine Broochee, 4 ' 6 2, W0 Coral, Opal and Emerald Brooche. 4 ' 9 2.UU Mosaic, Jet, Lara.and Florentine Ear Drops. 4 " S 4,500 Coral, Opal, and Emerald Ear Drops, 4 " t 4.000 California Diamond Breast Pins, .' 5t " 10 3.000 Gold Fob and Vest Watch K. ys, i" 3 4,000 Fob and Vst Ribbon Slides, 3" 10 1JUI aeuoiecTC oaiiuosokuu,, i J -J .. .... ,.n.l 1 -. TI M . ... t 6,u Miniature Lockets, " ' 4,010 Miniature Lockets -Magic Spring, 3 ' 4,uio Gold Toothpicks, Crosies, ete , 5 uu 1 lain uoia lungs. S.iaM Chased Gold Rings, 7.n Stone Set and Signet Rings, 2 ' 5," California Diamond Rings, 7,500 Sets Ladles' Jewelry Jet and Gold, Ctvo seta utaies' jcweiry timcu, t can, etc, 4 " I". SJJOO Gold Pens, Silver Extension-Holders and Pencils, 4 ' 10 CJaiO Gold Pens A Gold-Mounted Holders, 3" A 6,ui Gold Pens and Extension-Holders, J" 10 ;,ui) Silver Goblets and Drinking Cup?, 5 " 50 I mi Silver Castors. 15" 50 2,000 Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets, 10" 50 ran I'OK. l.ui) Doien Silver TeaSpoons. $10tot50 l,oiiO 1" Tablespoons A Forks, JO " iw HAX.1CB or niSTRtacrio.v. CERTIFICATES naming each article and ItlYal ue. are placed lu iealxo .-vLorrj, which are well mixed. One or these Enrelopes, containing the Certificate or Ordtr for some Article, (iisink at fratf one doll vat retail,) will be sent by mall to any address, without regard to choice on receipt or 'H Cents. The purchaser will see what Article It drawe, and Its value, which may be from One to Five Hundred Dollars, and can then tend One Dol lar and receive the Article named, or any other on the list of the same value and after seeing the arti cle. If It does not give perfect satisfaction, wedeslre it to be immediately returned and the amount paid will be refunded. By this mode we give selections from a varied stocV of fine goods, ofthe best make and latest styles and cflntrlnsle worth, at a nominal price, while all kave a chance or securing articles of the very highest value. In all eases we ehargo for forwarding the Certifi cate, postage and doingthe business, the sum of Twentv-fiTe Cents, which must I eneloeed In the order. Five Certificates will be sent for $ I ) eleven forfJi thirty for $5; sixty-five for $ 10 j one hun dred ror $15 ParUtt dealing teith ue may depend on having prompt returns, and the article dram icillbe immediately ient to any addrtu by return nail or txpret. Entire satisfaction Guaranteed In all cases Write your Name, Town, County and State plain ly, and address SELDENACO. 27 Courtlandt St, New York. May 17 wCmiu A VERMONT SCHOOL BOOK. WHE Subscriber has. by the recommendation of JL the Board or Education, recently; pabUshed a book, designed ror use as a text-book In all the schools of the State, on the Oeography and History of Vermont. It Is written by S.R. HALL. LL. D., well known as every. way competent for. that task. ,Tbe book alio contains the Constitutiencf the United States, with suitable notes, comments and questions, by PLINY H. WHITE, to gtra.au accurate and con cise view ofthe fundamental principles and work ings of our governmental system. Tne Appendix contains the Constitution of Vermont, with the amendments thereto i the Declaration of Indepen dence i the Ordinance of "ST j Departments of the National Government, Ac, Ac. Ac. The book wtll be found deeplv Interesting to the general reader as wall as the student. All orders for the Book should be addressed to . - 0. W. WIIiARD, Publisher. XoafcslUr.Stpt. th,J9W-wl2ssJ BOSTON' ADVERTISEMENT. GLESWOOD LADIES' SEMINARY. Uirak Oactrrr. A. M., Principal i Miss Mart E. Coas, Vlce-liinelpal. Accommodation excellent; Board of Instruction large, efficient, and perma nent ; eourse of stndy extensive and thorough, and expenses leas than at any other school ot the same grade. Winter Sesalon begins Jan. 3; Summer Session, April 2.", ie6i. Apply early to the Princi pal. Wut Brattleboro', Vt , Dec. ISw. GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK: ARTHUR'S HOME MAGAZINE. Both Magailnes one year, tor $ 1,50. For sale by News Agenta everywhete. Addren L. A. OODEY orT. S. ARTHUR 4 CO. Philadelphia, Pa. 'PAKE THE BEST I-MOORE-S RURAL JL NEW YORKER, the great Agricultural, Lite rary, and Family Weeklr. Ably conducted and finely printed and illnstrated. Adapted to the whole country. Largest circulating Journal or its class In the world, only 3 a year i leu to eluba. Great Inducement! (Cash Premiums, Ac) to Club Agents, and one wanted in ever town. Now Is the Time to Subscribe and Form Unfcs ' Specimens Numbers, Show Bills, Icducements, 4c. sent free. Addre-a . D. D. T MOOP.E, Rochester. N. Y. R. ESTERBROOK i CO, STEEL PEN" MANUFACTURERS. , These celebrated pens, ot GENUINE AMERICAN MANUFACTURE, are ror sale to the trade at their warehouses, 42 Jonx Street, Niw York, and 403 A sen Smear, PniLAprtrsu, and at retail by all stationers and booksellers In the United States. v.VTENT OFFICES. Inventors who wish to take out Letters Patent are advised to counsel with Messrs. MUNN & CO.. editors of the Scientific American, who have pro secuted claims before the Patent Office for nearly Twenty Years. Their American and European Pa tent Agency la the most extensive In the world. A pamphlet, containing fall Instructions to Inven. tors, is sent gratis. Address MUNN Jt CO., No. 37 Park Row, New Yerk. GENERAL SOI TIIER.V LAND AGENCY. No.i BROADWAY, NEW YORK I Have Lands adapted to all purposes for said and ' lease, at low rates. Also Factories, Saw and Grist1 Milla Mill Sltee. Uat,r.nA..( r.n.lraRtAM, Tanneries, and openings for all kinds or Mechanics, j Great Inducements offered to persons going South, ! either singly or In communities. Call or send rcr Information and Catalogues. ' WRIUflT, CARTER 4- CO. i SOUTHERN' LAND. EMIGRATION, AND PRODUCT COMPANY. No. 71 Broadway, near Wall street, N. Y. ! Offer for sale 4,(VY)00 acres ofthefinestand most val- j uaoie una in tne southern Mates, it exceeding low prices. Tracts from KO) to 500,0 J acres. Cotton Plantations. Farms. Mineral and Tttnber Landj.el; Iron Works and rurnaces.Coal Lands, Silver Mines, etc. Titles guaranteed W. II. vlCINCY, Secretary. FOR SALE IN VIRGINIA. S ill A L la V A It ,11 S , ON JAMES RIVER. o.a urcnnxD Acnes A.ir upward. Rich "bottom lands." adanted to the cultivation of Grain and Produce, well watered and easy commu nications with markets. The elimato here enables Farmers to work all the winter, and Stock does not require stabling over a month. Price. 115 to 35 PER ACRE, aocordino to lmoroiementi. Aljo for sale. Mills. 3Iixi.vo Lauds and Pla.itatio.is. Apply early to A. B. WARBKN, II Merchant's Exchange, Boston. riLSON'S EARLY BLACKBERRY, , i t,cc.,uuu iiumucoic, iuicu oi ail other Blaekberries In market, and brings more money. Price, oer mail, 1 Plant. $?; 12 Plants, J.'l PiULaDaxraiA RASraxnav, J PlanU. l . 12 Plants &enu lor catalogues grain. .WILLIAM I'AIltiY, C'innamlnson, N. J. GEORGE W.UERRY A CO.. HA.iiraninr.RS a.iu dialies ix Walnut, Chestnut, and l'alnted 11 All B IS K F I" ItiYIT V li IS, Refrigerators, 11 urcau, Wardrobes, Ac. I and 2 nlras' Block, Haymarket Sttuare. UOSTO.V. THE AJIEUrC.l V SL'H.UERGED 1'l.Ml' Tr.S awarded tko vidils at thelatcCharltaMe I 1 1 JleenanK's lair. Uojton. It is the sim. lest, most durable, cucArxsT force pump made. Entire ly of east iron, has no PArsti.iu or rAcsxo valvis, cannot get out of order. Delivers from 20 gals. to lo Out gals.per minute. Every person can te suited ac- j coming to his wants, etuitable for farm, house, factory, ship, and general use. Itlsanadmla io Fire hngiae. i At DEVEREDX A CO., General Agent?. 15 Merchants' How, Best n 1 THE "SALEM LEG." IL'KNIiHEDBYG 0 VERNM ENTTO SOLDIERS All who desire an Artificial Leg. unrivalled It r ' comfort, convenience, economy and el ganee, please send for a circular to the SALEM LEU COMfANY, Salem, Mass. CHEVALIER'S LIFE r'Olt THE 11 AIR ! Willrestore Gray Hair to it r,g,nal color, it-eiyth i tnt and promtttt the growth or lue weakest ,.a.r stops its railing out iu three days . keeps the i.eaa I clean, cool, and healthy ; can be used Ireeiy . con- I tains nothing injurious The Bret Hair Dr. it ng ! ir offered to the ptblic. It is recommended and us- ed by the first medical authority. Sold at the drug stores, and at my orLee, No. U-'-s Broadway, N. I I assure all persons the above nrcnaration will do i all that is claimed ror it SARAH A. CUE ALIER, 31 D. 1'ILES PILES! PILES! ALL outward applications are time thrown away. UARRlsON o PERISTALTIC LOZENGES le moro the came, viz. Costivenes. They are the oaly permanent cure 04 the Plies, either bleeding or blind. For sale at No. I Tremont Temple, and by all druggists, or will be sent by mail on enclo sing Mcenu. J.-S. HARBISON A CO., Proprietors. CATARRH ! CATARRH ! ! 1 R. WAD3W0RTII S DRY CP Is a SURE CURE XJ lor the above eomplaint. after all other reme dies have failed. So say thousands ef those patients who have given it a trial. Do not hesiutc, but procure the medicine at once. It will not disappoint you. Send stamp foraPainpbletail about Catarrh. Far sale by the Proprietor II. II. BURRINGTON, Providence, It. I. Also for sale by Druggists gene rally. li U R It 1 X G T O VEGETABLE A Sure and Safe Remedy for the Croup. Also the very best article In use (or Whooping Cough. Coughs, Colds. Ac, for Adults or Children. 1J not sleep without it. For sole by the proprietor, II. H. BURRINGTON, Providence. R. I. Aisj for sale by Druggists generally. MARRIAGE AND CELIIIACV. An Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young Men, Just published by the Howard Aieceiatlen, and sent in sealed letter nvelopes tree of charge. Address. DR. J. SKILLEN HOUGHTON. Howard Association, Philalelphia, Pa. 1 PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW OF MARRIAGE. XV containing nearlv 3ul na?es. and 130 fine PLATE ENGRAVINGS or the Anatomr of tho Un man Organs iu a state or Health and Disease, with a Treatise on Early Errors, its Deplorable Conse quenoesupon the Mind and Body, with the Auth or's Plan orTreatment-the only rational nnd suc cesslal mode or cure, as shown by the report of cases treated. A truthful adviser to tho married, and tho conteniDlatlng marriage, who entertain doubts cf their physical condition. Sent free or postage to any address, on receipt or 25 cents, In stamps or postal currency, by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y. The author may be consulted upon any or the diseases upon which his boik tresis. Medicines sent to any part or the wurld. "IT ANTED Agents to sell our Goods or the best 1 1 Patent Right that has erer been offered to the public. The machine is more universally used, and pays a larger profit to Agents, than any patent artlcl. in the market. Patent Rights bought and sold at 7J Cornhill, Boston, up stairs. Offiea hours from 10 a. x. to i p. u. D. 03BORN 4 CO. KEY TO LOVE. Or, Da. S. M. Laidis'j Litaluble Private Lir rcac on Pstcoolocical Fasci.iatioxs. 5th edi tion out. It teaches you to charm those you Use, Ac. Secrets wor,h knowing In It, Pries cents. Also, Great Private Book, ror growu persons. Price Ji.Ou. Ertry married lady should have one. Send oenl pries or either, or both, to F. A. Srrt.ita A Co.. sole agents. No, IJI2 Chestnut Street. Phlla d " lphla. Pa., and receive them. In sealed envelopes by return mall. Including a " Sharp-Shotr.' AGENTS WANTED IN ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY rott TBI MILITARY AND NAVAL HISTORY OF IHE REBELLION IN THE UNITED STATES. Published by D. Arrucrox if Co., and now ready ror delivery. It Is designed to be a standard work, more complete than any that has been or may be hereafter published. Complete In one royal octavo volume of over 800 double-column pages, and Illus trated with numerous fine ste:I engravings and nearly 100 well executed maps and chart?. Indis pensable requisites to such a work. It also ccn talcs an elaborate inder cf contents, of 26 closely printed pages, by means of which any Important event or the rebellion can at once be referred to, or the ca reer ef any particular officer, or the operations of anjr partlrolar comman-t, can be triced out In d- In Extra Cloth. $5.00 , In Library Leather. if.OO; in half Turkey Morocco, dark, C50 i In half Rus sia extra gilt, 70 1 la full Morocco, antique; gilt edges, S9.00 j In full Russia, 13.00. Payable on de 11 very. The work will te sold on v by eubscripUcn. Ex clusive territory given. and liberal terms offered. DlNaM0OKC0.,2scornhiU Bottcn. W I N S L O V A: CO. Established 19G0. 100,000 Wntches, Chains, Silver Arti cles, Ac, WORTH $500,000 1 Tube sold atone dollar each, without regard to value, aad not to be paid for until you know what you are to get. IO-a srtranin iijt or articlsj. 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On receipt of the Certificate, you will see what you can have, and then It is at your option to seed one dollar and take the article or not. One ef these envelopes will be sent by mall on re ceipt of 23 cents s five, or ti; eleven fortii thirty for ts . slxty.five fir $10 , one hundred lor $15. AGENTS wanted everywhere. Greatlnducemeata to Ladle and Uents to act aa inch. Fall nnttn I send for Circular, which gives special terms, full list, and particulars. Address, J, H. WIN3LOW 4 I Co.. No. 203 Broadway. New York. AGENTS WANTED. Q 1 fin A MONTH will be paid foa young men to OIUU engage In a new and honorable basinets Both local and travelling agents wanted. For cir culars and terms address L. L. TODD A CO., 3J Nassau St.. New York. NEW PERFUME FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. m v a A MmI Eaqntiilr, Drlirnle nml Frn grant Verfume. Di-tiltrtl frttii Ike Itnrr mid Itrnuliliil Flawrr frm irbirli ll Inl.n il nniur. Manufictared onlyby I'lIAI.ON A- slON. 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