Newspaper Page Text
MORNIN EDITION. flOMPKLlKK, Vt WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1803. Rev. Mr- Shelton's Lecture. The Bnljcct of Rev. Mr. Suelton's Lecturej this evening will be: j Curious 1 liiii(;a I ' There are nioro things in Heaven and earth thnn are dreamed of in jour philoaopliy.'' ; Hatnkt, TO THE FREEMAN. 7 O'CLOCK A. ZVL i Washington, Dec. 2'J. Moj. Mulford, As-j sistant Commissioner of Exchange, arrived here! this evening from Fortress Monroe with impor-j tant dispatch s for Government. Ou!d, the reb- i cl Comuiissiorier, deelinus to have any further! communication with (ien. Butler, and says hoi will not hereafter be proteciad, even by a llag of truce. j Tho Bull Run Mountains are reported to be j full of deserters from both armies, who are reg-1 ularJy organized for purposes of murder and j rubbery. Pi-.iu.ey. , , 8erd, to 2,76 per bosh-l. Headquarters Akmy of the 1'otomac, Dec. n.ly ti u, g ,,cr t()Il llyil) 29. All quiet, and all bound in camp. A mIc'sllakk..::;, Dry as'laTe Delaware and Mie'u'gan regiment left for liomejSllini.lell)i,,)00 t0 Iii)0, Woul to-day to recruit. 3,00to ,tW per cord. Nails &,.:. VV ASWNGTOff , Dec. 29. The report of the re-1 moval of Gen. Ingalls is lotally discredited. An expedition to co-oponte wite (Jen. Aver ill, consintin of two regiments of infantry, -100 cavalry and a battery of six guns, under com mand of Col. Geo. 1). Wells, has returned to Harper's ferry with but tho loss of a man. Alter penetrating to llarrinbur, where Aver ill had finished, and after Col. Wells had ac complished hi diversion, blrn;t!y aeeoruin to orders, he found himself eoiilixnted by from seven thousand to ten thousand of Lee's forces, with Gen. Hotter 'e brigade, and part of Stuart's command in his rear. By strategy and forced marches, he eseiped them, and reached his post with men and mu nitions unharmed. So desperate at one time seemed the ohancesof the expec:itiuti, that the rebela iu Winchester offered bota that not a man would return One hundred rebel juiwuiers were brought oil'. Forth ess Monroe, Dec. '2'J. The Richmond Enquirer of the 25tli contains the following : Bristol, Dec. 24. Our forces are still arou nd Rutledge and Morristown. Cannonading oc curred at the latter place on Sunday. General Longstreet was unable to follow up his command in consequence of the large number of bare footed men in his command. The weather is cold, and the mountains covered with snow. Oen. Morgan passed through Columbia on the 24th. There are 300 cases of small pox among the Yankee prisoners at Danville. The Confederate army in East Tennessee have gone into winter quarters. St. Johnr, N. F., Dec. 28. The steamship Adriatic, from Gal way on the 221 mat., arrived here at 3 o'clock. P. M. on Saturday. The steamship Arabia arrived at Liverpool on the night of the 20th. The political news is unim portant. President Linooln's Message has been reooived and the Amnesty Proclamation is gen erally icgaraed as impracticable. , Lord Lyons, in a message to predicts the termination of the id three months. Eirl Russell American war The Army and JSaiy Uattc regards Lee's failure to follow Mea'le in his retreat as a deci ded proof of the weakness of the South, and aH regards Meade's futile advanco, it says, with good generalship, Richmond might have been the prize. Tho synopsis of President Lincoln's message, received by the Arabia via. Halifax, attracts general comment. The London Times looks upon tho Message as warlike, and says the effect of the wholo docu ment, the amnesty included, resembles that of a lost battle. The oiler of peace is on terms that oannot be accepted. The whole question still depends on the fortuno of war. The Timet also says, it may be gratifying to the North to be formally xssured tnat the Gov ernment is strong and successful enough to offer an amnesty, but it is evident that Mr. Linooln anticipates no specifio results, nor does the Sec retary of the Treasury, who looks forward to still two years more war expenditures. NiwYorS, Dec. 29. The Fifth Vermont Regiment bas just arrived. It is under the command of Lieut. CoL J. K. Lewis and num bers 320. men. They were provided with a gool dinner, and a special train to go homo this afternood. They expect to reach Burling ton at 3 A. M. to-morrow. New York, Deo. 29. The steamer El Cid, from Newborn 24th, bas arrived. A drummer, lately confined as a prisoner, has arrived at Philadelphia and reports that he, in company with seventy others escaped from the prison in Danville, N. C. After reaohing the outskirts of the place they separated into squads of six, lying concealed all day, feeding on banks and plants. The equad, in which was the drum mer boy, arrived in a famished condition within our lines at Charleston Va., after having trav eled four hundred miles in four weekB. Nkw York, Deo. 29. The Post states that a British Lieutenant who was to sail for Bermuda to-day on borrd the sailing vessel Amazon with reb jl pap 'is in his possession, was caught to day by United States Marshal Murray, and is now on tns way to fort Lufayette. The officer was to proceed with the oi,her pas sengers, but Marshal Davis received information conci rning me reoei mail, zave tne captain a i,eruiit and allowed the other past ngers to go orward. That individual displayed his uniform snd gr at arrogance at the ollie of the Marshal, but ins barjiige, in which the mail had been oomeaiea, was eeut lor, ana tne letters were lUUDd. The letters were at once forwarded to Secre tary Seward, who is en this city, and it is un derstood that the Secretary, while having no objections here to the presence of English offi cers, agreed that such individuals ought not to be engaged in carrying such mails to the reb els. Before ee went to- the ion the English officer said that Bermuda was a great depot for rebel goods, and that a large share of them came from this city. She lUarfi!' CilSIHKIL'OK MAiilCfcT, Utc. i3 At Muriel ;20o0 Ca'.lie, al.out iiceve'&nd fclorua ousting of Working 0i.. ; -.li Cui andoi.e. to uiltlir.-,e years eld . Pfices X!rkeiBecf Extrajb,; to ,W i fiTti ' -S.OO to 8,5U ; id 6,; j tu 7,7j , d, ii,5U to 0,00. Working Oxen ,70 to 100. Cows and Calves $-& io &u. Yearlings $10,00 to 15,00 ; Uo years old, $15,0(1 to id. 00 j three years old, i:oo,00 to 45. e I. Sheep au;l Lambs liX'O at in a ,.ct i prices in lots $4,00 to 6,00 each ; cM.-a, $4,00 to 8,t. Spring LambsoV-i to Hides 0 to 9 o pr II). Tall w- -J to i) c pr lb. Veal Calves 1-c to 14c per Id. Calf tikins 14c pr !i Pelts '-,00 to each. MOi'fPKMK.il MAI'.KET, Doc. 2S. Provisions. liutlcr, 2:2 to 2d. Cheese , 11 to ill; Lard 12tol4. Tallow, 11. Dried Applv, 8 to 11. Ears, '-0 cent l'ot:it:;c6,5(J to 7u. Ueans, $J.Ub l J,00. West India Su gars, 13 to IS. Teas, $1,00 ti l.',U. Oiii.ms ,2,0w to 2,!0. A).p e Ptoi-R Ktra, $.H,00 to ,:' a,oo. pnpe.-i:.na o.ioi o io, ;o IJm-N an Li .t.ir. Corn, 11,1" Z,( per bid. .'oable Extra $8,0 to Oats, 6J. IlerdsKrass 1 .'er, 11 to 11 per pound, j. ii Lard wood 2, ell to :.,ti0 I :.o.niun 60 to 70. Bark j to 5,50. Kos'i'os MAiiiLlr, Oit. ao, iiour. Western, JO.uO to for.-., I'rime, $14,00 tu$l5 i ::!, $10, to 20. Beef, $14,50 .o 17,00. lanl, 12j to:2j. Hams, Hi to 12c Hogs dressed, 00 to 00. Duller, 22 to 2'J. Chetie, lu io 14. Cgga ii to t. '' -latoci i 4 . to l, j0. lried Apk Oi to 0i. Doaus $2,50 to $2,;5. feas $1,00 to $1,10. Herds grass seed $2, 2a to $2.7j. Clover, "i toSj. t.ii'cli 7 to 7i Tallow, 7 tu luj. Wtiol, Full Llocd .Merino, bo :u 82 ; Ih.ee-fLur.hs blood ?S to 0 i Uall-Uo 17S to 71) ; Cmmou 7tl to 7S. Corn 1,40 to 1,42. Oats b&lo 1i. Kye 1,1'J to Uopi 18 to 20. 117. KEW YOllK riiODUCil 1 V hi 1 83 S V V ii K 63 K rT , KKl'Ul'.'ihD k:,'KKI.V fnli THK uKKN Mut'M'AIN K H K b'. M A N . BY W. S. IiIcCIiURE &, .0.; Strictly Product Cummissiun Mcrclnsus, 9io. 250 rtiltoei !Sl!''t, Kew York. M'e quote tor ihe week en iius.' ikceniber 8, as fallows ; ' Butter, Cheese, .1 it Laid, fork, Beef 1st quality N Y. Slate Firkins, " ' Tuhs " Vermont il 30 a l;l a il.'l i;u a 25 a 13 a 12i a 12 a 124 a 21 Oo a 32 32 111 15 l.i 1.4 2S 00 2d 1st New VorU Vermont 2d " lla-rels and IV.rees Kegs and Tut.s Mew Mess, per hbi Ohl Mess Old and New I'rini' Plain Mess Kxtia Mess Shoulders llaius, 18 00 14 00 14 10 14 50 a 10 io a 14 c'J a 14 10 a 16 00 a 7j a 12 Cut Meals, 10 1UJ 12 2(1 15 f0 at 2B 8 bO 0 75 11 '20 24 2 ;." 2 HO 1 20 1 7 U 2 25 H 2a 8 Oil 7 UO 1 80 llacon, 'fallow, Hops, Beeswax, 1'4'KS, 12J l-'J 28 20 52 20 30 00 01 . 12 v2 ! '2 , 2 ao 3 no 1 25 1 10 12J 3 30 3 3'J It 00 8 00 1 83 1 03 1 82 i , 1 20 , 1 27 i 1 32 i 03 i tfj , 1 30 1 40 . 88 i 80 i 75 i 70 tij 1 25 i 2 60 1st sort ltd sort Shipped by Kxpre.-s, State aud Vermont, Ashes, fots " Pearls lrried Apples, plate and Vermont " fluuis, " " Cherries, lleans, feas. Seeds, it Flour, Wheat, 1st quality Mediums, u MarrowlntH, .Marrowfats Canada Cloyi-r, per lb. Timothy, per bu. flax f xlra Western ('"111. tt. gni.d St:.) a-i'l West. Western Wi ter Vi into Ued and Amber, 1 S5 Mil. Club and Amber Spring, 1 40 Chicago Spring 1 45 Mixed Western, sjund" 1 20 " " ' uusouud " 1 26 Yellow and White Western 1 3u Kai-ternitnd Canadu i'2 Wuatern and Stal l ta I 25 Corn, Oats, Kye, Barley, Wool, 1 42 bo 77 72 08 H 16 2 25 2 00 1 -25 i .W 14 11 13 1st qual. Saxony lie ee, and lull blood Merino, Com. and Native, Mixed, Hags, Honey, Potatoes, Mercers, l'each Blowfl. 2 26 1 AO 3 60 Hi Itt 16 " Western Reds, Green Apples, Turkeys, Chickens, Duuki, (leeae. 0 10 N. B. AU correspondence and question! cheerfully an swered. Remarks Ilulliday weeks are generally dull ones in tho produce and provision line, transactions are limited to tbe actual wants of consumers, besides the old years truus actious must be closed up, accou Is etc., adjusted prepar atory to commencing the uew year. We wish all a happy New Year. Respectfully yours, W. S. McCLURK. k Co. S. FREEMAN, (SUOCSlSoa TO T. 0. FHIltHT,) -DEALEH IN- WATCHESj JEWELRY, SILVER & PLATED WARE, IMIVCY GOODS, CUTLUItY, And etery thing pertaining to first class JEWKLRY AMD FANCY UOUDrt STOKE. (JKUVEK & BAKKR'S SEWING MACHINES. Justly acknowledged f. lie .'.'e liKST FAMILY HIiWINU MACHINE now In use, as its rapid salemosttruly proves. ALSO Machine Thread and Silk of th best iiualltv. WATCH AT7D JEWELRY REPAIRING Attei.ded to promptly r.i d intlie best manner K.KHKKMaM, (.'i.rncr cf Ma'n ind rUate streets. Uontpeller, October , l"i ;(. Vermont Dentr-t! and Sulli van I ail road. " fW A - jwdyia. ascrstr &iv?mi Wl.NTfcK ARRANUhMENT. Commencing Denmbir lith, 18b3. Trains Goiug South mil' Knit. Lesvf .Vontpeiici at S 40 a. h., 3 CO i. !. and MM" r, . Mail Tm ba.ia St. Albans al 6 ,15 a. m.. Hurlinc I. 7,00 a.m., roinirciiiic at While River Junction and bellow i'liiis Willi trains f..r Huston, Worcester, iniiluilli Vermont Valley K. it. lor ;-i'r. upheld ac-l ."tv York, ;irrr. -ne hi .'-.V.v Veil ill Ii'.,1"i e. m- Iav Eirliuss l'hi:H Irnves I liidelibiir!'1! Rt 5,110 a. h Mntitre:n al iA'ii a. i . iUO' e t'ui:n a; i'l 15 m. 1i-i lloo, '!( ;.nd .New VorU. Nl'lHT Kv I'l.ts Tc.1 v le:. ve.i Odelr : 'IT' at 1 1,H0 A. . ., Mnlllie U a! 3 .00 r. m., i'l'll i 1'oiril al 5 t. r. M. :lriiv iiit: al hir;.u at f. io &. m., ciM.iiecliii .u lieilovvs Taiit wiili I lie.-!ii n !:. K. i.r Hc.Ui tirl Wi iculer anl v, -.' V n i'. it! V :t:i I! K. U-t u';' !.l . , aa.l 'rivmis j in -N'-'-v i-rh 1 n't. i. 1 i'.-. r a.; i . ; .. - i , 5i .I.:. I 8t l.riiv M : .t, -I. : ai J .1 j. '.. 1 I 00 . -i.'M r 5a5 ,-. : . Da I.M'lit.-f 'iim..-. :.av- llo.-!itL al j White .iiver Jun.-ti. i, ill 1,1.' : - M'.'l . lolia:. i M.,i'ur.M ut.e I, (imb'ii-liuiKh, l.'liieic. anil the ., ltd 4,. '5 tli-i making eior-e conhet.iioiH. a 1 1. 'i'k.i'-, i,.iv" il.-iin i 7.0 : 1 -i i'1--v ell and at 7.t'U i. m, via I.; : n :,i f oi Kw ' '' l.-:ivr I Spr.nfieli'. v.' T :vi .-. i'. il.iv s Fail a! '' a r. M.,tW I tit. Jolt tiljn; , I: u i , . 'i l ivi! inid r-- 1 .ns i,i,d oiLe. I ( (!: y.yvv. i ii..s C. i -. :i "it naa. lu , ' i' in? a. t". am'. Ilnrliiiii n, :n lv.lii i . m f r St. All"' Vt ; i'tHt I 1II..M I'l.-.i N leh V.-3 'U-l'.oV- : I'll ill. 10 "O I M j leveivini; ;.a: -rjr-r- iroin Xeriuoiil Vnii;;. li. It. h-.ivilic .Ne.v Vori. .-i li! Io r. m., .tlul Irt'iii C aolii re u. li. ii'.i'.'i m ':'i'-;ioi: at 4 (j'' r. h. ri'i!iv t 'im :.t j Win e lllver .lillli'tii'l. v.iin t.n'n ieav-i".' !'oloii at T' O1!'. , ::r: i !!; lit ,l'lt..ai;' ii; it, ,'j.U a. .1., I. "lines j'l.ilil 7.15 a. m y,i,;r;.M i,: 0,! .. :. lod in lei.s- buit'ii hi !- M. Hi til ll.e Mail Trains cotiiio t al While i liiver Jiinctli ;t Willi I'.is-uruitsir Ki ;u. :.:lei-ini:; lai:l :- I- Ii I liel v,l til ! ,,e I, Ii Ii 1. i-v.irr- ' I in- r i-'-1 '. ' ' .. , i Ii V ' - .', . , ! i , and ! Ur. e' I'ot t i d pri.'2'n- d. I !i' on.--i, '!., - i.i l :i, i - .'. . I :' r &rte u i i1 . l iii. ' ,. a - ..i it : . Ml. ! i: A' T 5 S T II ! J. G.DeFO: Rui, J ) RUM A .' K XT I.Y i,c;.u ., C ! KLKA Vi .will ; tr 1 form nli niit -1 ;-i L i o ti s .n tfi' i-t-Ii ftluit v i!! bo of util ity) in a NEAT AM' M'l: Wilt MASM.II. J I'.K l it I SM'.K T Kl lii'iii tint- to a In!! :t't u. aia vi the : iy- now in practict, Gold, Silver, or uleaiii.ttl KuMji'I' Work, All oi' v. 1. loh ;n i ri' iiitfti to c c ;tlif it of i -n, t'r.c.s accoi'dinij: io ihc n nurc of the but .aw.na r.tAS'j.s- , AULE. Tcclh Exlraclcd Wiihoiil l'aiii! i ,i:tli. r l,!on.frt,: "iiperstiled by the Kitrou-J GxLde, or Laughing (J: ae. ' l!K J.ll. Pi rnlli.iS ' l!,e jiiea i.i-'-' of niiiioiineinn lo I lie pi'U'.c that he i - ? : 1 1 1 - in i-i-"rlii'- Nil HOI'S j liXlliE " i- I.Al'iiiuMi ti ! ti. - ' . wl.ich ; hejs enall-i lo j Exr;u-t Ttffit Without T;, av Uniikt? ( iiioriilVriii aud Iv iter, t'u'a (.ins is m-i feet.., 1 harinle.s-i, and Joi's riot, likfMho.e ji.'iiLm, I-iLvt- any uit- , jileHHiirjl t.'irots iil'ter iithH.ini; it j I'r Cuiton of Biufkiy:. n v a:, the head ol tl.tr " Colton IVutat Aftsociutioii." of New York, lor ilie e.irae!:oii of teeth, who iri uudoi.b'e ii v the mn-t r u.-r ou ii. this Country in maKin ;vt.d u.-imr t'.i. i,is, itftt-r &n exjieri enee '1 twenty years, lu-nrs the mo-t liberal ifstiinony in t'av'-r of its ureal a.uvesrt us an unethehe. Mr has atiininish-reil it to tiiOu;inds of iVrsons of ev ery f;radA oi con-tiiution, and variety of temperament, without a sinule instance of liarm occurring. 'J'he tollowii.g certifl' aU from lr. liixliy, is reipeolful ! y aubmitti d : CERTIFICATE. j THIS CKKTIK1E8 that I have jiiven full and L finite ir . ! Ktruotions to i'r. J. IteKurris of Chelsea, Vt., touu'-oj and administer t' e .Nitrous (ixidt-,urkt 1 uln nr tit's-. M as an anesthetic for the Extraction of Teeth as used y t Dr. I'oltori ot New York. i 'J'he advantages of the (ia& over ethr ini chlorulv rm are j Fihst. It is jierk'ctly Jiarmleps. .No injury was ever known from its; inhalation. j rCoD. The Gas produces the most erfcc( inscsi-! bi!ity to rain, -title itavoids the niiusea and biclii.ess, tu I Bay nothing of ihe iJan(?n", trom Mher und cliloiolnrm I I MiHi. The (.ias is pleaant to inhale, having no d:s- ' itrtjeahie smell or iaste, and the effects all puss off withiu two or three minutes, leaving the person feeling precise- j ly as before inn ilini;. Fourth. ll can lie vriven with safely (if pure) in alt sorts and stages t f disease. , I have jiven Mieh careful instruct ona to Dr. l)tKorris, that 1 havn no doubt lie can make a pure article ol Ga 1 and admiuisu-r it w ith discretion and afety. ar. bixb v. OlFice at the resilience of Wm. J. ''ahbell, Kq., of Chelsea, Vt. '473m WILLCOX Sl gibb' Family kvwag Hachine Price with Ilttmiier hikI Keller 10,()OOgCi $100.00 rj'HK W II.I.Ci IX k (UMTS Kamiiy Feivini? Machine, is J. the be:.t Maeliine, wiihout reeard to j.rice for lint;, 1 li klu k, l ording It forms a Hat. even M am, which will not rip in wear even when cut. at freouent iiitei vnis, nml mukes the tieht est ami ruosl elastic seam, for Full I loth, i f any Machine stitch. A peculiar feature of th is machine, which deserves par ticular attention, is a Fat e ntpw Dkvici, which prevents the poanihility of setting the needle wrong anil Oae which prevents the .Machine being turned wrong. The Willcox & Oiub's Hemmers and Kellers are the on ly really practical Hemmers in use, and are worth one half of the price of the Machine, over all others foriami ly use. They form a narrow, light hem or fell, far nicer than can be done by hand. Tne Needle isvery short, and perfectly htraight, enabling it to sew through hard thick seams, or gathers in hard cloth, where all Machines using long or curved Deedles utterly fail. The feed has no tendency to draw soft, light goods down into the machine, but will sew Limn Cam u Rio perfectly It is acknowledged by all who see or us. this Machine that it is the Easiest to Learn to Use and Keep in Order of any Machine made. " After much wear, and many washings, the stitching is found to retain all the roundness, evenness and firmness which are so much admired at first." iVeui York Sun. JCJ" Send for a circular. JAUEd WILLCOX, Manufacturer, 508 Broadway, N. T. A. A. Stimsom, J(jrnt, Montpeller. Montpelier, June lMth, 1803. For THIRTY YEAKS liss received the Favorable Ree ommemUtinnof the FUlll.IC, and been USKD AND PKE St'KIBKIJ by the FIHST PHYSICIANS IN THE LAND AS TUB BEST REMEDY KNOWN For i'lrk Headache, Nervous i icailaclie, Dispepsia, Sour Stomach, Bill oih Headache, Ditsiuess, Costiveneps, Loss of Appetite, Gout, Iudigestnm, Torpid ly of the I. iver, (travel, Kheumatic Afflictions. Piles, Heartburn, Hea Siokness Billioui Attacks, Fevers, Sc. For Testimonials, etc., see pamvhlet with f aeh;bottle. MtSCFACTUKED ONIT BT TAKItAVr V Co, 27H (ineiiwieh Mre'i, New York. ff ti rll III all TO tti, hist. Fyl OK a superior iii illty re still at J VV. CUrks Carriag Lstablishmeut, ilootpelier, Vermont. BUY YOUll stua'LJus "j .r- "vfi' . , - f . V ! ... O T 2 V li. TO THE TRAVCiiLTiQ I'UBLIO 1)ARTlF.s tiDIMi W F.S 1' will timl i: ti their i.Uvih lo call ..:i the uhsC'il.iT, or iriur: at ill Vf where infc.l niation may he hal. in irocuiinj: Ticke ALL I'UIMS Wh-T VIA. Vi KMCMT C'jjNTr; Al) OODt; iiUKGH, KUTIND V I'-Uf'J If.G TOrC, AinU VOiiK CKTv 'J't'AL Kaili oia!.'-, arid J .AK CI1AJV1 i'L.Vl.. tsXLIAAiiUto, ,V6' TUV. B.OYi'S'.Vk Iti'ii'l llie -t.'. ' will i i' I y lee lil.oc lioii.c thai tli.-j ha-.e lliei. . ..'mj 1 1 est lion. I. .tj.t-lU-r vr (els, ts . Not be roni'iunl to a it y One 1'nuti Any infoi mat ion tv.iiil- il rc-to e al oe rol ce ii l.e pi-elnpliy a.M'ess. il to me by letter or nth. rw;s etleicle.l t.). Z. il- "llUi. Ki i.t. rfontp-lier. r-'i-l't, 2, .!. ..'.wiif s. 5 20'S II ;; St i p."ar,v (.f t'.f Tr-., w.v v nut y.-f l'Ivcii i.ut i cf av:v i i t n 1 1 1 'j in wrIMr.'.w pni,u!:ir l.-tiii f"r Salt- at I'tir, ami until I'.t'U-r l u diiv's n t io' has ( n 1 i;iwn, the wmifr-itK'd, a Arri'ii! ir tlit i:-- i.f tl.e Vif.l.tls v.. II CM!itin:.' tu :-i;p'iy iho pi. Mi-. Ti:'1 v.h-.Ie am iiiut c( I.' "in h'T!,--.! ii Kivt iluii drtit Mlliu8 it HoM.i'ri. Ntai ly l . ui' !Iuh-r.iI Millu-n 1 havf l.t-t'ii alrt aMy .iUfrr i" ii !'ir ,in 1 pa: I i'i!'j th" Ir' : ..ry , h.mc-U v it I. in il.f last sc vn in-. 1 1:-: lar.' li.' - iiiaiitl from abruavl, una the rapidly incf a.iiiiL' h -m - 1"- 1 lutiuii fur uso as the bdib for ciri'iiiatinn l y National i Dankiiij: " ociaiion?, tinw c-rsnizii k -n all part- of tf.e ' country, will, in a v.'ry hori ju-ri'id, al'Hdrb ihr balant,'. Mali's have lately ran'd frnin 'en to fifr" n tnith-Ti.-1 wffkly, frt tjiiontty t..:o-,ii!1f; thice mdl;i.i,s dail , and a? '. it is v t'll knuwn that the M-cntary oi the Tr-.iMiry hat j au.ple and unfadii, rt.-.-cuit-' H in lU I'utus a..d Impure i a nil InU-rnal Hi wn is. and in th-is-;:e i.' th In'ervM Bt:'arinii fi Ti-ndtT Tr 'asury Nutfs, it is ahiiust a cer- tftinty that he will not Und it nrc sn y, ! r -i lon time to Ctime, tu srek a market &t any t th'T up ir perma nent LoHtia, tl t' Interest and t'rincipul of which arc pay- j able in (lulu. Trudetice and self-iut-'ferft mu-t 1 rce the uin Is of those j contemplating t!ie formation of Vi'.ifinal IUn(t nK Aso ciatit.ns. aj well s the minds of .-11 w he have idle moii.-y I on their hands, to the prompt C'iH-!n.cii that thry ?hrtill ! lose no time in subscribing to this I.fian. It wdl Mb -a Ik- 1 bey. nd their reat h ard advance to a hand-nme .r( mi , I as was the refill i'.h the ' reveu Thirty " I.o.n, wt.fii it rus all sold and could no Ior.-r he uh8cnb.d lor at j l'ar- ... .! It n? a mx per t ent, l-oan, the interest and I rttnipal payab.e in Coin, thus yielding over Nim per ('tnt.per annum at the prs-nt rate of premium 'n coin. The (jovernm'Jiit r-'ijuire-- all itutirs ou Imports tu be p.tid in Coin; Oie.e dulks hav, for a lon time pai amount--1 to over a Quarter of a Million of Dollar ilnily, i f-ura nearly thre-- Iim '9 greater than that r t qui rl in' th' payment of the interest on ftti th' 5-'JuV aod otlicr j pei man- iit Loan-. ?o that it is hop d that the mi pint ; Coin in the Treasury, at nu di-tatr. day, wi.l e rtbie the ; L'uited States to re. time spre e paiim nts upon ail liiluli- j ties. I The Loan It calkd 5-iO from the fact that while the li nd may run for twenty years, y-.t the tJuv rniu- nt has a ri;;ht 1 to pay them oil in tit. Id, at par, at any time ;tf er five 1 jears. ! The Interest is paid half-y nrly v z : on the first days j of .Vov'inber and May. j Subcnbers c.in have Cimpun Ilnnd1, which are I'ayalihi ' to bearer, and ace $M), HH). $.'io(), an 1 . 1 .UOu ; or lleirt tered bonds, of same (b nominations, and in add'tion, 1 $5,0 hi nnd $10,000. Kor Hankin;: purpuras ainl for iiiv-r-menN ot 'i'rust-monles, the Kenistertd Don'ts ar jrettr- 1 aide. These O-SO's cantut be lax-d by States, Cities, Vuwns, , or Counliea and t he (nmnmeut taxuuthein is only one and a half per cent, on llie amount of iiirttr, when the Income of the holder exceede Six Hundn d Dollars per an num ; all other inreslmei.t', S'ich ub income from -Mortgage-, Kailroail rtoek and Bun s, etc , must pay from ihre io live t er icnt. tax on the tnco.ue, Banki and Hankers throunhout ihecuuntry will contin. ue to dispose tf tlie Itonds ; arid all orders sent to us di rect by mail, or otherwise will be promptly attended to. The inconvenience of a f w days delay in the delivery Of the Bonds is at Limes unavoidable, the demand heinK so (treat ; but as interest o mmences from the day of bud Bcription, no loss is occisiined, and every effort Is bring made to deliver tne Bona as promptly as possible. FISK & HATCH B1MHRS, IND DKALIHS IK ALL Classes of Government Securities AND V. S. 5 20 LOAN AGENTS, 38 WU Street, New York. CT Deposits nd Bankers accounts reoeired on favorable terms By Btocks, Bonds and Gold boujht and sold strictly on Commission for Cash. - elbr&Mlm FUUNITUHK AND' CARPET WARE -ROOMS. CONSTANTLY SUPPLIED WITH A WELL SELECTED STOCK or FROM THE BEST MAN UK A (.'TOR ! EH, AND OF THK .r,vi;sT ,.i oici:vr STYLES. Pur ilnsers are invited tq eiamlne this stuck. ' Montpelier, Oct. H. nfcwtf Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Company, NOTICE OF ASSF.SSME.VT FOK lf03. T'HK Meinliers nt the Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Company arc heie y liotifleil Dial the following assess ments have been made by the l)ir.r on all Noies iu force oil the billowing i!.)3, t" wit: August II, ImU, J of one p. r cent. f?epientber 1. ' i Oetoher '0, ' J 44 ' Ueeeuilnr Irt, " j " " i. January lu( f: J ' i i. February 17, i. n .March li, " ( .i .-. ,i April -21). " j .. u .. May li, " j u i. June V"i, i it .i i. I . , , .. . '''' 2i i r c. f.,r thr u-.M fail, l.lg .ug.1,lh.,X Mi,.l.c,-...,a,-t,eca.tpo,;tt,eorig inal.lu.uint , ,;,!,, , ..s.,:..ul r..L.,!,,.t. l(, M.,l..i..,:cnt s-arid '..' ... loth" Tiens.ir.-r. ,-it hi, Me in M . in 1 1 i.-r , .-n or I- ll.e lilii day ..I del., lvij ' M. nil.rr-of t:.,. ('..mi .my will ,,, t),.. ',,, lh), utatives .1. ei io :!,- Legi,biiure, or Local A-iua of the ('..mi any. a .ini. -!. mme i:.e iill,...,i,t of a-c-iiirut ' ilue from i. iicli i'--. clii-. 'y i ,i.i.( th. -y r p.tr:it'iilitrly ile-sll-. 'l to Unit tin- m ... y I .r 1 1. - ,i ,, s-:n. nl, i loi-w.ir.led " ' '"lav in im- l-r. ri.- !i-.-ra-ntt muit I- .al when .Inc. Tiio.se ho I.. ll ll. ..- lo pav on-hl not to expect to Iw panl ll t li -1 1- .ro rl h I -;r. v. .1 .v li -, , A lif.le attention , to tiiis on tne part of Co- M- iul. rs ol the Company, at the proper t.ims will ave th. in expense ami ;r,.-ili... sec. S Act of liii ..r.oi-.aio.i, on your 1'ohcv. which will ! en i I' red.) ,. I. im i;-l,.iN, Treasur. I j Mont..iier, Ac'. lis, ln.i. I J j The Ml ' ', i -1 1 rs o each we. ki 11c . :.p. r i h t Ms Slat are r.-.!i--....l to !.. ak.vv u..tic- three we-kssuo- .ecs-ively in th.-ir r.-speetive papers lor which three dollars ' will he pad on j r.'s.-niatioii oi their lulls a: thi llice. "IT' t ! h t Z t n 1' ''J&' Li ll;r i .--.ii s !:. Vi 1 1 . c' ;!ii' 'hiiih-fi'i's Btn.i- .in .'!;, ,i s i ; I'.- i i .-t Yr n iiiije., .' . e . rk. A 1 .-1 1 , . i f ... .i : i.ivn r, i li t ' 1 1 1 1 1' 1 u r i" , '.':'! n 1 ;!. V l,.lii'inriil i tots, (new etylc ':t a : :.!i 'a ' " .' .. ' .i-.il Via:..' . i. A'.vo th.- c-. .,- n .1 I'M' ,ii- .T, r.r. .:, I.e. i i --ie r.il .i . r in i i . '. . ' . Uoys' Jii'.l .Mi.-m's ),,. ' hi, 1 S'loe. We are the s-.U- ,:i.. .ufa' ii.r.-rs on IM nuicr's e lc 1t a t e d Patent Las. t't'STDM lii M i'I'S MADI-: TO FIT. 'v'c cin't . bet in Style, Quality er I'rh-eri A UKNKUAI, ASSORTMENT OF HOOTS, SHOES AM) RCiilWR!: forth' '."rade lit t!ie I.OVVKST I'KU'KS.as um!. t' I- K A S K i. A '.. I. . J. C. PAGE, Tho 1: est. Cheapen', nml most suecesatul i'ani ily 1'nper in tho Union.'' A CoiuiiUK I'it ioiiHl IlUtol f tilt 1 lines HARP ll Ii ' .a T.V ilUKLY, M'l.l.MHlil.V ll.U MliAlKl). rrh-i' SU( t-nts uniiur .: to a liar t'rilirul .Volirf nr ih I'r Irs )re.-li Ieae . il- cli nr ty j.t . j-y ent. riiiiiiliiir vurie: y t. mi-re tiut jus! or liciniui. upon ih.-iiilln-i.ui tiietiiiit'V tseieiiitutly w.itii n uml iti.tructivr nrticles, uii'li s al.li- corrc..f.niiiieiii'e 11 J ' coniloiu. lo iniike it fie m ulel iifu-iiuoer ol our Loiihiry nml one tout every l.unily mn-t pi .ze. III. Ciinitfi.-eil w.okh .-si 111 in m ry oi rnieii;ii ami lioiiiclic liiti lii 11 u,. i, alu..;.'li. r , ,inrior lo Uiat entiliiiiieil io si n v otiiei join mil. itciiiir .iil.!i-ln.il. too, in h lo: in lor .r.-.-n ;iiu u nml iiinain. il tuki-u cure oi us H de.-erve In he ll Mill he lotiliil m lnti re uurs as mhoine h ro Hi ..in ion tor the tutiulv i.uii liriMiie a- tlie lillV on llil'll li mi. li . -t em-e i.-".V. V Hi mini; I'ott. We v.ollllt hot So ol:ell call litleotlon to llnljer'n Weekly it we v-re not well uti-i,eu ilmt it i .- M.- hi ii h'limiiy l'n) .i i' .'i.i, ; oi ':,i,,i .' -.I.'. ., unil tor that riM.-on. mill tioii uiuiir. we .hsiii- t.. M. ii umlertiiiue mill rool out a cerlain kind ol hierut lire too nev,ileht, w hi h tiltnit-th? linens ol it rea'lers. vitintes tlieir tiist'lors n-ihle ieii.1 in', ami is .:liea-ly l.ml iu its t l'ects. -.'.. l.mil-n A 1 vii : r . Wherever we go "i iail-curs nnd tc.iiiihout.--w e fiml t seneil W illi enK,-rile.s. hee lll-f ol It- s.inle. sketchri) ol pamniK events tVe nil like lo look nt tlie luces ol m. nwe Inive read ol. ami at pliips ami lorti that have liniireii in the Mooily icene ol war. Ol all -tich men, ami iluce, ai.il events, his paper turni-bis the hestil lustrationH. Our lutine historians will en.uli tliein selves out of HakI'Ki,' Wkkki.v lonjr alter writers, anil painters, anil publishers are turned to dust - AVw York KvantjfUst. T K K M 8 , One Copy for due Year, One Copy lor Two Years, 3.00 n J..x'ea l opy will he allowed lor every Cmb ol I'UM Subscribers, al IC'.&O each, or II ( npns for PX. IlAUPKK'fi MiiiAZimi and II A ui-kk'h Wkiult, Io gether, one year, )?fi.uo. Uaupku's Wkkkly is electrotyped, and back Num. bers can bt had at any time. Vols I.,II.,11I., IV , V , and VI.,for the Years 1S6T to 1802 inclusive, ol " UAKPKK'S W KKKH," haud sumely hound in Cloth, extra, 1'rice 4.ii8 tacli, ar now ready. The postage upon Haki-kh s Wkkklt, when paid in advai oeat the orlice where it is received, is Twenty-six Cents a Year. II AKI'KK A BKOTUKRS, fnANsLl.i byu auk, Nkw YouK. " lilt. MOT T'S VEGETA13LL LIVER FILLS are composed entirely of Chemical Vegetable Extracts, mostly from plants irrowinir in our own country. Some oi these plants have a direct action on the ii i v e; it , others upon the Skin, others upon the KiDNtvH, aud others upon the Bowels and Lungs. it is by a Perfect Clitiniful Combination I all tho-e Extracls that these I'iils are made to poH essthe most extraordinary ellicacy lor curniK All 11 i I ions Dhcases. Livor Ouiviilnixat. This oiH. ae is inoie piev.i eni iIihii jieop e have nn idea ol When Ihe I, iver is ol stmc'H or iMiictive, the l.ile I-ini ore in. (I i his impiiie bile is innieil into the Secieilons ol . e s,(ien,j lie const ii.ei cu Is, an uu In ii lilr complex i. .ii, ,.r a "ellnw in ss ol llie kin, attend id with pain in llieriejit sulc also over tlie In ulili I -lilailf, I osi of Appitl't- Slid I'lfsll, lillliOtillll, t'OKtiVfllt'Sh, Ac. ir K. N ScoviLL if M iii'i'lief la lleneral Aen lor the New Kiinlm d fitatTS. All ordi rs will be ad are. s (I to him.