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TI-IE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING. JAN. 26, I860.
lUKnuK Ipovm.vT8. It appears from n lcctrt report of Gen. Dcrancld, Chief En j..;iKlr I -S. A , that of $13,171,157 ap- l.itcd liv Conj-rrta in Ei years lor harlor and river improveracnte. crovuit reoeiud $121,000. The estimates now miU- aijtud to Conpws call for n approf1""1 of $2T,r.72 for the extension and repair of the breakwater in our liorbor at Kurlington, which hag ctt thus rr $ 103.5(H). ItECEirut or f Miraisnioi state. Hon. S. I Carj enter baa declined tbe receiver ship ol tbe Mis-isiooi Bank, and it is said Mr. P- H- VVtad, f Sbeldon, is to tare the aipointmcnt. .: oi Cold W rTHE. Punch notes the following ngt,e ot a cold reap. When yon think that yon don't know whether tbe firrt bell has been rung, or not When it strikra vou that foar watch ts at least ten rmnules fast; and so if yon get up when tbe ni.uute hand i "at a quarter to," vou il be m capital tune. That if you oocld only be taken oat of be I to , ! was bid and drcsatd in a second by machine- . ry, yoo woaldn't mmd gelling op. That acotber five minutes' sleep will make j yoa all right tor the day. j That it's three annum to the half-hour, and you'll get up exactly at the half-boar. That it's just one minatc past the half-boar so you'll get up exactly at the thirty-five min utes. That f five minutes won't make much diner enee, say, get up at the quarter punctually. she lolkwicg cocsidfrauona will also Kaa yc u to the ci nclasion that tbe winter has come at last : That you can't get up without hot water. lhat you don't think that water is quite hot. That be had better brirg a little more witter, please; lJ take can- it's quite hot That v. u can't gtt up ui.til your clothe: are all ready lor you. That a liltlc snccre b.lr James is bringing iheclitbcs (and while he fetches some more hot water), wul do you all tbe good in the world. That when you do get up, you won't be a second dressing. That you'll get np in exactly tiro minutes from now. That (tbe tco minutes having paaaed) you'll just settle what you're ping to do to day, and hen get up. That, if list's the first leU, you've plenty of time; if it's the sevVLd, rVt no good harry ing up cow, as vou 're late anyhow. The consideration that is generally requited before makirg a move ont of bed, is in itself a pretty sure sign of the presence of winter. Awitaxt General WasBBC-Oie Orrics. Vrsterday afternoon 1 cpvnt a leisure hour profitably in examining tbe record of the mtv ice of the cons id" Vermont in the recent war. as clearly exhibited in tbe office ufAdiutant General Waslilurn. By a sys tem adapted by hint at an early stage of tbe contest and modified by improvements which experience suggested, the State now poe tesses complete copies of the ruuxter rolls-, .Inscriptive lists; returns, letters and hospi 1. 1 lists of the truope sent from their moun. tain l.omes to aid in rescuing free goverc-im-nt from destruction ; and these docu ments' arc so systematically arranged and id dtxed, that the records of original members, recruit', tram-fire, piomtiiu, and other matters pertaining to the regimental, com pan or individual history ut the quota of the L nion army from thif state can be trac ed readily and intelligently. An accurate account hns al. o Decn kept with each town in the Stan , showing the cumber nf recruits each has furnished, and how much each has exceeded or fallen short oi its quota i so tnat when the books are posted, Vermont will know tirccisely bow to begin the next war. Tlie raise accuracy and minute detail are observed in keeping tbe records connected with the State militia system .precise and re- tuhu returns being required ol the officers aiding commands, and patient industry consolidating tliem in the Adjutant General s office. Cor. Boston Adcertiser. I'srotTi'saTK ExruxAitos. The Bur lington T'mts explains the disagreement of Mr- Wood bridge with Messrs. ilorrill and Baxter, on the resolution against the pres ent withdrawal of troops lrore the South, by saying that Ml. oodbridge supports the President. We venture to gucs that the editor of the Times did not reflect that inferences might be drawn froai that state ment unfavorable to the President, to wit, that he is for undrawing tbe troops, (as be is not :) unfavorable to Mr. Woodbndge, to wit, that be docs not act independently ; and to Messrs. Morrill and Baxter, to wit, tiiat they are against the President. We think it'would have been U tter il anything was to be said and we think nothing was necessary to say. as the fact probably was, that Mr. V oodbridge simply disagreed with his colleagues as to the expediency of pass ing tie resolution. Wellens Journal. eizi re or an Alleged Chilian I'hivateer. Tbe steamer Meteor, built by Forbes, at Boston, was seized at New York on Tuesday, on suspicion of being intended for a Chilian privateer, by Marshal Murray, on information given by a member of tbe .Mexi can legation at asbington. The Meteor is 1400 tons burthen, and said to be capable of steaming seventeen or (ihtcen miles per hour SLc is brig riggtd. lies low in water, and exceedingly strong. She lias seven liun dr d tons of coal and ordinary ship stores aboard, but no war material, though tbe vessel is in proper condition to receive a full complement thereof. When seized tbe crew were preparing to get her into the stream preparatory to leave port. She cleared for Panama. Application has been made to tbe IT. S. District Attorney to accept bonds from ber owners, in order that she may proceed. Tbe Meteor was originally constructed from money subscribed by tbe merchant of Boston for the purpose of capturing the Alabama. Savings of Josh Biluncs. There iz sura things that appears a little rude at fust sight bat if yju cxatnin them closely they will appear more so. Tbe milk of bumin kindness iz tbe last kind or milk that ought tew be watered ; it is generally weak euufi when it lust eums. It iz sed'that wimmin kant talk in iheir sleep ; tbis may lie so, but it don't look rea sons bel. In Utaw, it iz a poor devil that bez bat one wife, and a poorer do il that baz more. A grate menny folks arc so full or them sclfs that they are continually slopping otrr. Tharc iz one thing I don't pine for, and that iz In Ktt in a bot rale-rode kar bi the side ov sum onfortunate wanderer from the "ldc country who baz bin gorged willi plug tuljakkcr, raw onion, and 'ew England ruia ; 1 had rather weep over tbe ruins ov a diverted cesspool. Btlaj-,-' arc sol "tew be dangerous," but i have thought the tisae spent in court ing wax a good risk tew take. from tkc Saturday I'ress. An ( arnest advocate ot foreign missions lo.i d himself into the picsence of the Tri bune's editor-in-chief while be was bard at word on his'-Conflet," and inijiortuncd lnra to sulcrit to the cause. The veteran journalist looked up fro in bis manuscript in very choleric mood,and said crustily: "BWt ask mc to give anything for the salvation of souU. 1 am convinced (looking signficantly at the intruder) that not .half as many pco-. pic go to h 1 now as ought to." For which irrcventjist, II. G. makes, 1 picsumc, am ple amends, by frequent attendance at Uba pin's (Unirorsaliet) cbur. h, where be en J'ljs the reputation of being or.eof the sound est slecitrs in the entire congrcgatiun. Corrcs. Cmn. Com. The following is a good illustration of tbo marvellous readiness of adaptation with which everywhere our men of arms arc ac- , commodating themselves to the conditions ot jeaee. When Sir Morton Pcto was in a Urge dry goods house at Chicago.be heard tie manager address a clerk as Colonel. 41 Bat 1 you don't mean to sav that be was reallv a 1 Colonel in the armv. do vou?" asked tbn ' 'Uoniehcd Lnclisbman Oh yes," said attack on Bagdad, and itato that bis orders tbo merchant, " you see, wc bavo quite a to subordinate officers have been to preserve tiuitary establishment. Over there arc two strict neutrality. Ho disbelieves the popu 'aptains. Yonder is a Major. That gen- lar account of the affair, and considers it a ticraan to whom I stoke is a Colonel. And sensational story. if .you will come up-stairi, 1 will introduce vou to a couplo of Brigadier General." The British capitalist left the boufc ratUEul tliat a nation which could developc eitch men, must be invincible. BcnM.-GTOXlicsiXECoi.i.LaE. Thiiinftitu tion is designed to impart to young men a tound practical buiineit education which, shall t them far active duty in any department ofbusi nies. The College Monthly with all information my be obtained by addressing Bryan Stratton am Hoyt, Burlington Vt. Bur lingtin Srit. l,16f." titf VjiLrAnLE Mkbecink. We presume no me dical preparation ever ottered to the publio his beta more thoroughly tes-ted than 1'tiiRT lUv js's I'aix Killee. Thousands of persons, were they ealleil upon to do so, would cheerfully tes tify that they have used it, for various ills, with the mcst satisfactory success- It is within our own knowledge, that an immetse amount ' of suffering has been relieved by it. Its pro prietors spare no pams m oruer to satisfy the public Bring strictly honorable men, they ob- j serve the utmost uniformity in the manufacture of their celebrated l'ain Killer. The materials of which it is composed are carefully selected none but those of the lest quality being used. By these means, the high reputation which the l'ain Killer long since acquired, is it all timet triumphantly sustained. In view o these facts, we arc by no means surprised to learn that Meter. Davis & Son's salts sre constantly and rapidly increasing, Vt hue we coDgratnlate oar j friends generally that so valuable a preparation as tbe l'ain Killer is placed icithin their reach we must be permitted to rejoice at tbe well merited success cf its liberal and enterprising probrietors. Wcws oJ the week. Mr Telegraph New Yokk, Jan. IS. By steamers Kagle and Morning Star from Havana, late Mexican news is received. Heavy imperial reinforcements were on the the way to Monterey and Satillo. The ex codideJ ot the 3d says it is feared that trouble will occur at Matatuoras not with the Government ol the U. S., but with fe deral troops who have openly sympathised with the Juarists and given tbeni material aid. Tbe reinforcements reaching Mexico from Europe during the last week in December numbered 1200. Advices from Toulea states that the I.ibcr rals were laidiug through tbe Country, cap turing Iiniicrial suptihes aud burses. A force was to be de-patchid from Mexico to pursue tbem. The Tunes Havannah correspondent says tbe latest advices are unfavorable to tbe Imperial cause, tbe inhabitants of Monteney leel no security in Maximilian s Mexican troops and were leaving tbe city en masse. Over 30,000 are said to have left in three days, foe merchants are sending their goods and valuables to Sun Luis. Aew from tbe Detartment of Simaloa is also gloomy tjr tbe Imperialists Macallan alunc remains in tbe hands ot tbe Imperial ists aud provisions lor that city must jaue tarougbtne reumcnative officers oflheKepub lican general Covona. The- Indians of Sahacaba bad dcteated the Imperialists under Ijopcb in Yucatan. Tuey then attacked enotiUu but were repulsed, lispee is to be tried by court martial. ariotw other engaseiuents with varices success on either side nad taken place. The ountpiraloni to assassinate the minis ter oi war, had been arrested at the very moment oi carrying the scheme into execu tion. WasniNCTON, Jan. Id. Senator Doolittlc'i fpeecJ ol yesterday, has iiroduced a prulound impression in po litical circles here, and were It not tor toe many evidences alinuat daily received trom tbe 'south, ol the unrepentant demonstra tions ot tbe luliucians ministers and women there, a speedy admission ol the loyal claim ants ot scats might he counted on in spite oi the opposition on the part ot those beul on placing the Southern Suites under provision al government. Washi-m.to.n, Jan. I'J. Tbe lage of the negro suffiage pure ami simple by the House by so decisive a majority lojjt everybody including members by surprise. It created great excitement turouguoul tbe city. The Ckromcte and tbe RetmhUcmsi njolec mcr tbo icsull and tbe InUllfftncir mourns. The action of the Senate is looked for with interest. No one knows positively what course tbe President villi toJtc. It is believed the senate will pass this ball or a similar one. Preparations are now in active progress lor the trial vt Scuimcs. In adaiuuti to Com. Winslow several officers ol tue Kear 64gc hate reported to tbe navy. ihc speccu ol Mr. Boutweil in tbe House yesterday is regarded as an able efiect. He opused ail restrictions on the right ol sul Irage. It ncgros were not allowed to rote in the Southern suites he believes our Government would soon be destroyed. New Yokk, Jan. 10. Mexican despatches report tbe arrival ol tbe Now French admiral to consult with 31arsnal Bazdineon the rehtion bat ween the U. S. France and the empire, ot Masanulun. Humor rays the Adinira, is to be loi lowed iuiUH.-diau.ly by a large licet, but at the tame tunc which auine say there vessels arc to be used in a manner hostile to tbe l. S. government others say they will be only irus polls to convey tne French troops from Mexico toother parts of this continent. Nlw Y'ore, Jan. 10. A Toronto ditch says Gcu. Sweeny's promise ot hostage tor Fenians convicted in Ireland, has created fears of another Cana dian invasion, and stirred np the Provincials to renewed excitement and wrath. Washington, Jan. 19. The Government law relieved Provisional Govirnor Marvin, and recognized 1). S. Walker as the constitutionally elected Gov ernor of Florida. New York, Jan. 19. Tbe trial of Gonzalez Fernandez, for the murder of Otero, was concluded yesterday, lie was found guilty of murder in the first degree, and remanded for sentence. Steamer Heniy Cbauncy from Aspinwall has arrived at this point. The Isthmus was quiet. The dry season had set in. The suicide of Pariga is confirmed. All was quiet in Peru. Savannah, Jan. 19. Tbe trial of Geo. Mercer, late of the con federate army, charged with murder in shooting seven Union soldiers who joined the rebel army, for desertion, was finished to-day. The testimony was favorable for Mercer, and it is believed bo will be acquitted. AlCfSTA, Ga.,Jan. 19. Brig Gen. King, commandant of the port at Augusta, while riding near the city this afternoon accompanied by bis wife and another lady and gentleman, was stopped by highwaymen and the party robbed of their horses. UxLirax, Jan. 19. Steamship Atia from Liverpool Cth, via Quecnstown 7th inst., arrived this morning. Political news unimportant. There has been a revolt on the part of two Spanish regiments under Gen. Prim, but it makes no progress and tLc insurgents were being pur sued to tbe mountains. Xxw York, Jan. 20 A Washington destatch savs advices from i". . oi J - . X" -1 j , oca. cuciiuau m i uuaiuj uisavow at ttmwlcd-p nn his nart of the fillihtiaforiniT Washington, Jan. -2. President Jobuson was yesterday nnda an honorary member of the Foundry M. K church, in tbis city. There is or soon will lie an ample loree on the Ilio Grande frontier to insure the neu trality of tire U. S. -Sews from that quarter is getting to be quite important, and it the Liberals should continue able to keep in the field it will be difficult to prevent complications. They are especially afcared, as the brutality of the Impcrialifts in ehoating djwn the Liberal soldiers when taken prisoners excites the heartiest indignation of our troops in that port of Tens. Claims to a very large amount arc coming in from loyal persons in the S-jutb, for dam ages for losses by the ravages ot war ; but i-ongrets ill probably reject them. 11 paid tbey would largely increase the National j debt. The Unionists of several Southern States have sent memorials to the President and Congress for protection against rebel majori ties in their State. Southern papers finding that Congress is not dif potol to admit their congressional delegates at present are getting quite in- uignant. Accounts from tbo frcedicen of the South arc ot tbe most satisfactory character. 'Tbey are in most cases working diligently while awaiting the action of Congress in their facta!:. Financial matters must soon command the earnest attention ol Congress ; at present members in committee and out arc earnestly discussing toe best coarse to be pur sued. It will be some weeks however before nutters take such a shape as to make tbem proper for discussion. The question of iqualixing the bounties involving five hundred millions mast first be settled. New York, Jan. 22, A special Washington dispatch says the French minister made a demand on the State department for information relative to tbe recent captutc of Bagdad by Yankee fi libusters; up to last night no official informa tion thereto bad been received a: tne depart ment. Consequently Mr. Do Montholon could not be gratified. Instructions were transmitted to Gen. Sheridan immediately on receipt of intelli gence if the affair requiring bim to make a thorough investigation and punish offenders. Another despatch says it is stated on good authority that orders have been sent by the War Department to our military command ers on tncKio urande to stop a 1 f i n tcrferem e with affairs on tbe Mexican side and to stop all fillibusters. New York, Jan. 12 A San Francisco letter says Gen. Ogaron was to leave at tbe beginning of the month lor tjuadalajara Use capital ol bis State hav ing authority ana means to raise there a force to take the field against the Imper ialists. Another dispatch says inform tion has been received, that on lec. 'Jib, Juarez Bed tram Chihuahua with 25 men previously levying $10,000 on tbe town. The Imperialists en tered tne place without resistance. New York., Jan. 22. A Toronto correspondent states that tbe reason for the postponement of the meeting ot J 'ornament until May next, is tbe lear ol a f entail engagement during the winter. Tbe Provincial Fenians though in favor of U Slabony are not oposed to an invasion by Sweeny during the winter. Galv eston, Jan. Orders nave been promulgated mustering out 22 regiments in Texas, the white troops to be paid off at their respective State ren dezvous ; and most of the others in New Orleans. The vote in Texas for a convention was quite small ; tbe delegates elected are most 1 conservatives. New Okleas, Jan. 22. Shreveport advice say the liter is slowly rising. Receipt sf cotton from tbe interior arc on tbe increase. Six hundred prominent citizens of De Soto parish are under military arrest at Shreu-port, charged with murder ing negroes. TmsviLLE, Pa., Jan. 23. On Sunday nigbt an attempt was made to burn tbe town. Three incendiaries arc be ing tried by a vigilance committee which numbcrs40 ot the best men in tbe town,and who are dreadfully in earnest. A gallows was built to bang tbe incen diaries if found guilty. Tbe loss by lire was $75,000, insurance $55,000. The greatest excitement prevails among the peo ple who are determined to rid tbs place of all incendiaries robbers and other scoundrels. Sas Feascjsco, Jan. 22. A despatch from Colfax says that tbe heavies rain storm since 1842 ia prevailing there. A snow-slide also occurred there, burying a bouse ten feet deep and killing one man. Advices from other sections represent tbe creeks as flooded and the roads impassable. Washington, Jan. 23. In bis speech on the Freedmcn's Bureau bill Mr. Wilson reviewed and boldly defecd ed tbe anti slavery legislation oi tbe past four years, giving all to understand that it was hereafter to be the policy of the ountrr that all men are equal. Mr. Cowan of Pa., ree ponded to Mr. Wil son giving the latter an opportunity which he did not neglect of showing up the jiolicy. and conduct of that gentleman. The Chronicle suys the defeat of Cowan's amendment to the Freedmcn's bill, limiting its Ulceration to the rebel States, wis effected by a statement that recently returned sol diers were persecuting tbe lrecdmen in Md. and also by the influence on tbe Senate of the very able sj-cch of Senator Wilson. The vote is considered an indication of tbe passage of tbe Frecdinan'a Bureau bill by a very largo majority. Tbe action of certain leading rebels at tbe south and their followers in openly talking treason persecuting Union men. an d propos ing to elect all the officers and master spitits ot tbe rebellion to office, arc beginning to attract attention here. New Okleans, Jan. 22. A new party lias sprung up in Mexico culled tbe Onega faction, the leaders of which hold commissions from Ortega and refuse to recognize Crawford Cortinas it is said belongs to this party. Col. Uwkec- Ki p ol Gen. Sheridan's staff who lias been investigating the Bagdad affair returned on Sunday. Paymaster Pierce has arrived at Brazos with tundt to pay all tbo troops in the Itio Grand district. A large number of colored troops were being mns tcrcd out, orders were received for the muster out of nearly all Blake command on the Bio Grande. About lour companies of Blake's troops were doing provost duty at Bagdad at the solicitation of American citizens and no one could leave the town without a pass from headquarters of the U.S. forces in Bagdad. The Times' Brownsville correspondent says it is understood that Gen. V eitzel die approves of the action of our officers in the recent capture of Bagdad and has already arrested some. All the heavy ordnance has been ordered from Brazos to Brownsville. Preparations of a belligerent character continued both at Brovvnsnllo and Matta moraa. The HancJtcro says Ca Dales has issued a proclamation to the tolJiers, advising tbem to submit to the Imrcrial authority, rather than unite in filltbusteritig expeditions with the Y'ankccs. V-1!UINcton. Jaa. 24. Tbe marriage of the lair widow ol Sen. Douclaw with (Jen. Ilobt. Williams last night is the talk of fashionable circles. Ccn, Grant was present with bis lady and , a select company of friends. It is about five ' years since tbo death ol Senator Douglass. The tpcech cf Gen. liutler before the sol- ' dicrs convention last cipbt males a sensa tion here and will render the South still moto frantic acaics: him. His euzecstion that land warrants should be issued to tbe soldiers in lieu of money, and that if the public domain was not large enough tbey should cross the Potomic at Arlington and measure southward, adding that no one had a better right to accept this land than the men who lought for it, was received with such a storm of opplanto as has been rarely ncaru in a public assembly. The Chronicle tays his speech cicars away the obstacles and doubts that surrounds tnc important question of bounty to our brave countrymen. CiNCiMSATi, Jan. 23 To-day a consignment of 300 barrels of crude oil arrived Ircm Pcakrsboro on tbo Cumberland Itivcr, a new sjurco just ui corercd. Nearly all the white troops have been withdrawn from Kentucky, which is now garrisoned by negroc?. Forty-one llowing wells arc now in opera tion in liarreu county, hy. Nashville, Jan. 22 A call has been issued to all citizens favorable to tbe speedy restoration of State to its proper position ol equality in the union to hold a mass meeting on the IMd ot reliru ary. A hearty endorsement of tbe restora tion p olicy ot the President is pledged. Nlw Yokk, Jan. 22. It is reported that Col. O'Mahoney is about to visit Paris to confer with Mitchell in relation to an immediate movement on Ireland. CAMimiUGi: CATTLE .M.U1KET. f By Telegraph to the Free Press. I zd.-izshat Jan. 31. moor or live stack av uabket. Cattle. Ebcep Lambs Swloe, This week Laitweek FromSVermsnt iw tw Ml Ties 2U 3106 Atsurkst SOT Cattle. Market Beef-extra f cut., il3fO0il4,iO Firftqaahtj, 13000113 SO. Second qaallty, 1 10 SO ill uo. Third taality 3 SO 9 00 Working Oxen, per pair, t U, lfifC'JUO m JO Com and Calves,! ! 47,SoeitU Yearllaji, 25ii. Two jean old, 35 sr 45. Three yean old, (CO sr TO. Sheep and Lamt4fS7 at market. rriees.lnleU 4 00 4 503(0 ST587. Hxtra selections, 675 735 sf 8 S4. Hides, hsfOeper Calf8khw2z eSc. TelU, 1,50 1,75 each Tallow, 8 at 9a. REMARK!?. The nsmber of Cattle was ataut 400 lea thaa Isit week, about 334 Northern and tbe baUoee VTeitera, Tbe quality ere eoasktered a'-rat theame,rathr more extra than hut week. 11 as were soise 535 less Sheep at market this week than last, tbe nail it jr sbost tbe Hit, bat price eonride ribl lower. HoMon .Mnrket WrjEmv. Jao. -J4 xLUUK The uetaaad tor Fumr has been quite limited tbe put wesk. Sales at 7 25 75 far Western sspetane ; I' 50 900 for eatamoa sxtru i 75 alio 75 for medium extras, and $11 00 12 SO for good and choice, lacludic: favorite bandi. Gen esse. Canada. Ohio and Miction. St. Louis Floor 13 016, aBdaftwfavori'ekrandiaio not offered under (17 If bbl. Cora Meal is mIIId; at (5 f hh tor food and shippis; brands. L'ackwbeat Is la moderate demand at (I 75 0 5 s cwt. HRAI.N The demand for Corn ku bssn qaite moderate the put week. New Southern jellow 9c I , neitern mixed 95c a) (I bubel, as to quality . Oats have been ia moderate drmand with Sales at 60 C C3c ( barbel, for Northern and Caa ada, aadtse for Prince Edward Island. Rye (I it 1 ft! t tnuhel. Barley (I I 02 1 baahel. White Beans l 10 a i i; for common a-ul ood bine pod. and J 2 :) T 3 Tire marrow and citra pea. Ebertl 30 31 . Fine Feed tt 35 . and mlddllna at fi 4t 10 ton. Canada Peal (I 10 a 1 60 f bsih. PROVISIONS There use been a fair demand for Pork the past week, 5 for prime , (10 a for mesa, and Jl a? ii for clear, cash Beef baa keen ia fair demand at (17 20 for races ; tiifl 21 for extra meat, and (21 St 2 for family extra, caih. Lard iadall at 19 0 I9c V th for good kettle ren dered. Smoked Hamt I7 a Isjc t a, u to qaali. ty. Pickled Ilanu 17 0 ISe t 2., cash. Ilogi have been arriving qaite freely and have been ia fair demand, with aabaat lii a 13c for Western, and I3i 0 I Ic for ood and choice State. Batter l dull and pries are tending downward, good ao-1 choice New York an i Vermont at 40 St lie , tome email lota of very choice and fancy at 4V T 45e ; and oem aaon and air from 20 0 33e V lb. Canada Butter ia doll and teilme at 27 0 35c, at to quality -, and Western at 35 0 He v . In Chceio there have been moderate talet at 15 0 19c V It fur fannert and 19 0 20c for factory made. WOOL Tbe demand for domeitie Lax been pretty active and the market U firm. The trarmctloru of tbe week have bees upwird of 70 ',000 2,1 fieece and palled at prieet rangier, from 50 e cOs t a, a to quality. Choice gradei of taper aad extra palled are now firm at 75 0 9jc I b, aomi f mall tales fearing been made at the latter rate. In Canada combine nothing hat been done an4 prices are nom inally so 0 85e t a. In Cacad palled tale of lOjOOO tbs at 7UC V . prrinl Jlolircs. PEllliVS MOTH AXD FRECKLE LO TION. Chloasma, orMothpateh, (also LIrerspot,) and Lentigo, or Freckles, are often very annoying, particularly to ladies of light eomplexloo, tor the discolored spots show more plainly on tho face of a blonde than a brsn tte ; but they greatly mar the beauty of either . and any preparation that will e&eetaalljr remove them without injuring the texture or color of tbe skin Is is certainly a deside ratim. Dr. B. C. Terry, who has made diseases o the tkin a tpeclalty, has discovered a remedy for thete discokraUons, which is atot.ee prompt. Infal lible and harmless. Prepared only by B. C. PERRV, Dermatologist, No. 49 Bond Street, New Tork, and for sale by all drugsittst price t-' per bottle. Call for PERRY'S 3IOTII and FRECK'.E LOTION. Sold by all Druggists in CurlinLton. Dec IS. wtm IMPORTANT TO FEMALES. THE clebrated DR. DOW continues to devote his entlr time to the treatment of all diseases incident to a female f litem. An experience of twenty-thres ears cn ables him to guarantee speedy and perma nent relief in tho irersr coses of Suppteuien ami all other SItnttnal l)erangtiatntwfrem ukatfxer rotor All letters to advice raustccntaln II. Office, 3 Endieott street, Boston. S. B. Board famished to those who wish remain under treatment. Boston, Juno 31, 1E65. rUUwly SMOL.kXDER'S EXTRACT IJUCKU Cures Kidney Disese. SMOLAXDER'S EXTRACT 1IUCKU Cares Rheamatism. SMOLAXDER'S EXTRACT I1CCKU Cures Urinary Diseases SMOLAXDER'S EXTR ACT IJCCK17 Cures Gravel. SMOLAXDER'S EXTRACT Bl'CKU Cores Strictures. The BEST Fluid Extract BUCKU now before the public. ISSMOr.jyUER'S. For all diseases above, andfor irr.JKXESS and rjl.tSlXTIIEBJCK, rEMJLE CO.VPLJI.vrs, and disorders arising from EXCESSES OF XYF A'A'O, it Is perfectly tyrjLVJBLE. For sale by ill Apothecaries ev erywhere. PRICE O.Vr DOLLAR. TRT IT! TAKE SO OTHER ' EcRLnon &. Rocaas, Wholesale Draggists, SC Ilanover itrcct, Boston, General Agents. Jaa I.1SC6 wlr WON'T USE AXY OTHER. The list aa ' the best i the right article finally I everybody likes It i Is purely vegetable I restores grey hair in four weeks, or money refunded. It will do It every time. Three applications will cure all humors ef the icalp. Ask fur WEBSTER'S fEG ETJBLE ftJtR WIGORJEOR.tni don't take aay other. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. w2Sm6. A IIOCSEIIOLD XECESSITY EXIST FOR THE USE OF Diirno's Catarrh Snuff, Which, In the first stagea of a cold acts like magic Headache, Hoarseness, Diphtheria and Bronchitis, Sore hyes, Deafness, Bad Taste and Smell, being the result of Catarrh. This snuff removes and prevents all these, and Insures a healthy Head. Its effects are pleasant and safe even fr Infanta who t from Enofiej. It has the highest professional testimonials by all DrnggisU, or sent by Hail to all parts f;r 30 cents fcr One Box, or ft fsrfour Boxes. Addrcu, JAB. DCUNO. P.O.Box 1235, KtwTork. Wholesale, by D. BARNES 1 CO., 31 Park Row, N. Dee. 8. dewCm, Special olirrs. U.UOCICS 1'OHOLS 1't.ASTEItS. I !ic;e platters hare the ecrapartcess of ti l lethcr ad tbe fles.:bil:ty of a silk glove. They have cored varicose veins and external aaeurbias. For airaQcc'.tons of Lbs chest, weight about the din I'hragm cropper portion of the towel, in colds and coughs, for injuries of the luck, for all strains or raises, or a weak l ad., for nervous pains of tbo lowelr, aad other nervous affections and cramps, for heart affections, in all these cases tbey have to 1 used to be properly appreciated. DR. I. T. HENDERSON'S LETTER. lr.T. Ailcock Sib 1 hare been ruflerln; un der a revero attack ef neuralgic disease of my bow els for years, with hypertrophy et tho heart, and have tried everytbini; known to the practice of medicine from the very best 31. IVs i but truth prcmpts me to say that yoar plasters have given ma more permanent relief than anything else I have used, and I believe will produce a perfect cure. The coanter-Irritant effect of) oar plasters j produced In each a mild and eradual way, they so iaii-orato the circulation around the parts to which they are applied, and exert upon all nervous diseases snch a great sedative influence, lhat I place them confidently at the head of every pnutcr now In ase. 1 ours, very trulv. i, i. iiuiicnsu,oi, v. 27 IbASdawim ACOrcil, COLD, Oil SOUK THROAT Requires immediate attention and should r checked. If allotted tJ continue, Irritation ol the Liiiiitm, n Permanent Tliroiit Allectlon, or an Incurable Luns llKense is orrsa toe hisclt. Brown's IZroiichinl Troclic navixc X CIBEXT l.vrLcuca OS TBS rAait, otvc I1BEBU1E RELirr. I'o Hronchitls, Asthma. Catarrh. Con Mumptlic and Throat Diseases, iRocats ana used wrtn alwavs good sccctssi Sl.SUERSAND TDBLIC srEAKEHS will find Trerkei usefnl in clearlDr tbe voice when taken before Singin; or Speaking, aad relievins the throat after an nnasoal exertion of the vocal organs. The TrtcktM are recommended and pre scribed by Thy ti:iant, and have had testimonials from eminent men throahe at the country. Bein an article of true merit, and having sreen their efficacy by a test of many vears, each year find' them In new localities in various parti of the world and the Tncktt are cniveraatly pronoanoed better than other articles. Ostai.x only "Daow.Vs Bao?icmALTaotnrs,- aad do not take any of the HVra Jmirm that may be offered. Sold everywhere In the United States, and Foreign Countries, at 3". cents per box. On. 25 itch: itch: itch: Scratch ! Scratch! Scratch WIir.ATO.VS oint.mhnt HILL CURE THE ITCH IN 4-1 HOURS. Also cure Salt Hurts, Ulctm, CatLBL.ti.fs. an. I all Eaurrioss or rat Sai.i. Price M costs. For talo by all drugglf t. By sendinc SOeeny U WEEKS POTTKR, Gen. Ageau, 170 Washingten street, Bostoo, It will bo forwarded br mail, free of postage, to aay addren in tbe United States. Oct. 2S, 1865-dawlyr DAVIS' PA IN KILLER.-IJuwoatbr itself a reputation cosnrpused io the bistery of medical preparations. It is as well known In tbe ttadiac; ports oflndla and China as in New (York aad Cta ehuati ; and its eontinoaliy increasing demand, where it has been longest .nowo, it i-ae of its stroe-ett recoaucendations. It is net untrrluently tideflt--Wewoaldutooatliir. a ot lieing with out floor ia tbe honte at without Pain Killer." It givea immediate relief in case of t .-ld oj sealery, or other similar affection of the t,welt; and being eatirily a legetatleprepariti-n. it is at safe wit it reliable. Jan. JS -wlav. CO. Ml I' ER EA RLV. Tbe teadrocy to xraynets by promptly atlaeiia; Tlic .'rcal Iviu-mv. toperwnal beaaty, with the matt pepaisr smclo vr the dev. :ristatloro's Hair lyv, which like Sherman's Lgton, "knows no taea word at mil." Under its application. THE BLACKS COME Ol'T brilliantly, and tbe brtwns of every thade appear. Xanofaetured by J. Cnisranoao. No s Attor HoDte. New Vork. Sold by DragguU. Applied by all Hair Dressers. Jan.Ct-dawlm. IlRAXDRimi'S PILLS. IXFU'EXZA. DIPHTHERIA. In inaammatury affee'ions, when no bleeding is pel milted, af.ee ate of these I rills toon modules the alarmiag ) mutmss, and rerseverance. according to the directions, Beoally quickly cures, and certainly nothing is risked in oting Braadreth's nilt. For eold iaflaenn. diph theria, pains of the head, diasiaete aad apoplexy. no medicine can be compared to them. In erj sipe- las, fever and airue. emall-pci, aad in all the dis eases ef chilohood, their ate truures a speedy recovery of health. Tbey produce these results simply by ta sing .from the blood, its Imparities, learinc THIS VITAL FLUID FREE, to aid a weak locality" to recover its proper and necetsiry "tatat" or health. BRANDRETU'S TILLS have atlioity for tbo SUBJECT ilATTRR OF DISEASE, and motetta CERTAIX ESTCLSIO.r FROM THE BOUT. Jan. 2ti dawlmo. S01IER FACTS FOR TIIIXKIXC PEO PLE. Year after year, fcr an eighth of a'eeatary, the Press 01 the country has chronicled the baasteial effects of HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. Editors, auditors, physicians, merchants, odieers of the array and navy, chemists. eosBtelers, min isters of the gospel, in short, a great ctond ef wlt cesses ef every profession, trade and calling have teetificd to its efficacy as a tonic, and regulating medicine. .The names and statements of these witnesses have been published ia the public prints. Mtny of them are well known to the whole public. Their testimony 1ms never been chall'ngel or impugned. Upon evidence tar let weighty men arc acquitted or condemned by can fdentleusjurlei. HosTtTTEB's SroKAcn Bittshs ia not, bower v. upon trial. It has teen tried and pronoanoed in the authority of those nhose lives and health It has preserved, a pure, harmlese and eminently sal utary preparation. Attempts have It en ssado to rival it. They have failed. Can it be necessary to sav why they have tailed ; Ask the recovered dyspeptics, bilious sufferers, victims of fever and ague, and nervous subjects who have experienced its effects, what they think of it. Ask them and bo gu ded solely by what they say. Sold everywhere. Jan. J6 is cawlw. Died. In this citr. Sunday nlcht. Jan. 9isL.iYa.rnoa P- Noycs, second son of Carol us Noyce, sq., aged 6 ctrs and9months. Iciv tlrcrliscjnn!f5. CLARKE JL WHITE'S I N S TREL S M kioht star ri:itFon.icjts Conslitlne of ETHIOPIAN DELINE.VTORS, COM- CU1A.13 asu CAJLAf I'Clll UUJI.K3, Will exhibit at C E T Y II A Ii L , BURLINGTON, 1IOXI1AY .fc TUKSIIAY KTEMXCS, JANUARY SOtaAND 30tb. 1666. pROMINENT In this Star Troup cl Talent L appear at each exhibition as end men, tin will tho two great comedians. GEORGE M. CLARK. Well and favorably known as the great Vocal Clown, jiaiiaa singer ana liiniopun Delineator. A. WHITE. The ever pleasing Comic Voeallit and Popular Com- eaian. wnose cnaste ana reaay wit rants bim an icng tbe first In the country. JIMMY XORTOX, The Celebrated Violin Eololit. The Managers have the nleascre ef acnonnclns an engagement with this celebrated Violinist, ac knowledged to be the best player in the Minst el Profession, bavin: had the honor or appearing i n Star Encasements in all thn fln.rrl Troupes Tn Boston and New York. SI. P. HOYLE, The Unrivalled Clog and Jig Dancer, who for style ana namoer ci steps, nss nut lew equals and no su periors. He baa been awarded severnl silver cups and medals when matched against rival dancers In all the principal cities In the Union. J. A. ARMSTKONC. Flute 3oloilt. though a vonth of bet 13 vears ofare. Is ranked with the beat musicians of the dar na a Soloist, F. A. PACKARD, Double Basso Plartr.whcse wonderful cower ot ex ecution on the most difficult of all lcstmmesU,ls the theme ot universal admiration. , PROGRAMMES or this celebrated Minstrel I Troupe will be distributed through the city. Adniissiou, - 23 Cento. RESERVED SEATS, - SO " CHECKS for Reserved Seats w 111 sold at the Hi ill daring the afternoon. DOORS OPEN ATf. COMMENCE AT i. E. P. HARDY. Bojlntsi Artnt Jao.SI, ISCC dawlw t i eDiiSftHnnfoiis. CITV COFFEE IIOl'SK, hirst IJiKir cs-t of Hie Old llaptht cnurcn. 4arni .Heals and Cold Ij illicit at nil Hours. 'PI113 RESTAURANT has been enU'ely reatted X and reinmlshed in the beststylcand Co pains or mone has been spared to make it first class la cv- OiSTERS IX EVERY STYLE, COLD FOWL. TONGUE. TORK and BE.1N3, HAM and EUCS.TEA and CO! FEE, and everything that the market affords, and at as L.OW PRICES as the times will admit. Teople rrom the country when in town will find the C'lFFEE HOUSE a good and quiet place to get a .uuw, uiucu icsj coetuiaa can oe ooiameu. eisewnere. PINNERS and SUPPERS to order liavinr secured thererrirea ftffli Tfwll.nt vnV A.vinoar," tie luoscrlber feels confident of suit ing the public. H. XI. SUTTON. January 12, lfr6. wtf TrEAIlhBV'S HISTORY or THE JUL. UllLAT KBBEUJON. The late Rebellion stands out peculiar and ex traordinary in hnman events; and tbe magnificent llo.u?lonKhI5?i.thon,irl:ajbcncon4acted n Stltate it one of the Clrtaiptt itritn -nt rkn " V " rra w timury. Mr. Headier, of nil wrir,, I. I. ....-.. 1 Wed to portray the stupendous features of the mighty contest. His previous works on less mo mentous themes have placed him In the first posi tion, as a craphle and powerful delineator of war scenes and characters, and the magnitude and gran deur of the present subject, impart tu his pea the fire and Vior of a vet more eTatteW inni.tlA d.1 furnish ample sjope for tho highest exhibition of iiit peculiar genius for military description. Under uis tw.nmi yen uicsumngscencs oi tne vtarpass la renew with the vividness and distinctness of a present and llvinj reality i while his great talent for condensation enables him tu embody even thln- want. From no other source can so clear and com prehensive an impression of tbe grand march of events be obtained, so easily and agrceably.as from Mr. Headley'swork. uiner Histories cave Men issued before Grant's Reprt and other OfEcial Doeaments were submit ted to the uorerrment. a&d are thrrt.r nnr.u,. bic Mr. Iieadlev has delayed the completion of ,uu ,,ti AK-urirn(s Mjestenria 10 aulUntiettv B ....1.1 I ... , TheSeoonJ Volume, completing tbis Work, will be issued in March, Agents wanted to enga-e in 'ts sale in every town and county in the United uu.ss. unm I'luuccmcnia i-aerea. f or particu- AMERICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, 14S AsylamStrett, Hartford. Conn. Scra.itu.v & Bcaa, Agents. wiSral X. J. NICHOLS. Architect nnd Practical Ilnililrr, Office at residence, Eittx, J t. "lirilEItK he may be consulted upon everything It relatimr to the ereetion nf ftnllrfln-. nr.t classes, from the foundation to the roof, ife Drafts Plana and Drawings, (.with all necessary ealeala- muub, DtcKiuuu, iwuwi ..c i oi i nurdiCS, Aca4e mies, School Houses, Hotels, Dwellings, ic. Alto Barns and out-hocsesHnerailr.Ini-lttrfifi-.BUijii,inna and improvements. Having had considerable experience in the erec- muu v. vouairy vaurcnes ne tninas ne ean givo wiiu.MUBKun 'muirr aj cumraeier or superin tendent.) to all who mar im-mI hi wfdM. Irt tl.1. brandi of Architecture, and be would adrtre "Building Committees" to oonsait bim personally or by letter before contracting with others. He alto Drafts and Constructs Bridget of all kinds from sun pic aoa cneaner lorms. to tne bearler ftift.1 more expeonve. Aaarcst N.J NICIIOL?, Architect and Builder Essex, Vt. Jan. I. wis ROE'S WESTERN' RESERVE 1'remium Cheese la I Patented December 1-" I-sM, and June 11, ISM.) With ('.viper's Patent Heater and Sell" Adjuktiu; Valve. (Patented Felruary 12, 1SC1.) '1MIIS VAT with its latest imsrovemenis is bow JL I be best in :1s, and is used generally through- I eat ew l ora a.va tne ew ruiziana suies. oom r lactone ana .-amuy service. YOUNG'S PATENT CURD CITTHR for sale also. Send for circular. C. C. POST -Agent Uinesbargb. Vt. Oct. llth. Ine. wif THAT NOBLE ANIMAL. THE HORSE At TILL le the better every waj.iffed occasion T T ally a spoontull of AldcH-'s Condition Powder."-. Tbev will core met of the diseases to which hor ses are liable, increase the appetite and spirits, and with respectable grooming, give a brtlit, gloe. appearance to the hair. They are tbe result of ac tual and long continued experiment, are prepared with the utmost care, from the very best at mate rial, and guaranteed vati superior to anything inown. siany i eruwm gcniiemen, ownert or ane horses, 1-uy them by tbe dosen. and give them free ly. As a eoneeqoense. their horses are alwas in good condition and tpirits, and remarkable fur their smotn snming eoais. rur aaie oy mercnanis every where. 1.. I Dl TCMKli A. SON, M. Albans, Vt. propnetors . lie mas Barn 4- Co., New York, John P. Henry A Co , Waterbory, Vt, wholesale a ;ent. Nov. . w3m A X E W C A X D I D A T E fur public favor is found in SrviiicrN C c d a r Planter, A STRONG ADHEMVE PLASTER. For dressing and healing all kinds of Cats and Wounds. A never tailing retnedv forptuo lathe Back, Chest, Sid-, and Limbs, Braise, BolbJtCrack ed Hands, Ague in tbe Faee, Corns, Lo-al nheama tie Pains, ic , 4c. utt and Wounds on Hcr'es and Cattle Where tbi. Plaster i Applied, I'nln cnu not ExUt. Sold by Merchants generally. L. L DUTCH ER .1 SON. Proprietors ; Demas Barnes t Co, New York, John F. Henry 4- Co., Waterbory, Vt, wholesale agents. Nar. 30. TE tCHF.R'S ASSOCIATION. 'PHE Seventeenth semi anneal meeting cf the 1 CHITTENDEN CO. TEACHER'S At&)ClA KION, will bo held at Jericho CorBert,on Friday and Saturday, the ttth and 27th of Janaary. OBDER OF EXERCISES. rrtiBAT misj5(i. o'clock. Ortaniaatlon. Address br Mr. Asa Sanderson, SI Eseex. arvaaxoos. Easar by Mr. II. A. Hsbart, of Welford. Address by Rev. J. L. Siajnard of WlUiston. IVE.VI.V8. Address br J. S. Adams, Esq., of Bur ling ton. SATCRPAT K0RJI5C. Election of Officers and ether business ef the As soctathra. Discussion How shall we tcaeh f To be opened by A. E. Leavenworth. A. M., of Hinesbargh. Address by Rev. Mr. Chamberlain or Westford. irrsR.xooT. IMecnssion Singing In Schools. To be opened by I. N Camp. A. M.. of Turlington. Addicts by Rev. C. E. Ferrln of Hinesbargh'. The people of Jericho cordially tender their hos pitality to teachers and officers or the Association. A good meeting Is anticipated. By order or the Executive Committee. Jan. 11,1 aowiw GET THE 11ESTI IXYK.NTOKS, Mr.CIIANICS, UFACrURBItS. MAN- 1SGG ! 1S;G ! IsGG ! TIHE belt paner In the United States for Mirniw- JL ics, Ia vuToas and Ma.irracrraiKj, is tbe SCIEXTIF1C A SI E R I C A X. It Is the largest In size, and has by far tbe widest circulation of aay other paper of its class In this country. It Is published weekly. Each number contains sixteen pages.wlth numerous illustrations. The cambers for a year make two volumes of 41S paieseach. It also contains a rail account or all the principal Inventions and discoveries or the day. Also, valuable iLLL-siaarco articles upon TOOLS and MACHINERY used In Workshops, M innfaetoTies. Steam and Mechanical Engineering, Woolen, Cotton, Chemical, rctrolcnm, and all cth cr mauaficturing and produ-lng Interests. Also, Fire Arms. War Implements. Ordnance War Ves sels, Railway Machinery, Electric, Chemical, and Mechanical apparatus. Wood and Lumber Machine ry, Uydraallcs.Olland Water Pumps Watcr-Wheels, etc. i Household, Horticultural, and Farm Implements-tills latter department being very full and of great value to Farmers and Gardners. Articles embracing every department or Popular Science, -which everybody can understand and which every body likes to read. Also, Reports or Scientific Societies, at heme and abroad i Patent Law Decisions and Discussions. Practical Recipes, etc. It also contains an Official List or all the Patent Claims, a special feature of great value to Inventors and Owners of Patents. Tne Publishers also act as Agents lor procatinz Patents for New Inventions, Y.NEW Volume of tha SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN commences January 1. TrEs-t3 per ear (LSOfor six months. Ten Copies One Year, (25. Canada Subscription;, 3S Cents extra. Specimen Copies tent free. Address. MUNN It CO., No. 37 Park Cow. New York City. DARRE ACADEMY. rrilE SPRINO TERM" will begin en Thursday, JL Febinirylltli, ISCC . j: BPAULDIN'O. Barre, Jan. 20, liCC. 31w3 JlPSi Jill ! gjcwflrii. J E W E L, It V . "I T E ARE DAILY RECEIVING ADDITION'S TO I V our already U X R C E STOCK I I ! SIR A ISLE coons, consisting of FIXE WATCHES, RICH CHAINS, REL.IA11LE CLOCKS. ELEGANT JEWELRY. SOLID SILVER GOODS', PLATED WAKE, SPECTACLES AND EVE GLASSES FIXE TABLE AXD POCKET CBTLBRl', RAZORS. SCISSORS AXD SHEARS, TOILET AXD FAXCV GOODS. We are able to offer suoerior inducements to purchasers in this line of Goods, as we receive ev ery desirable new style as toon as out, and have - the best stock In theSUteatall times to elcet - I - it-- ..11 . ik. liowcst Casli Price, and every article warranted. A look at the Goods will convince you that we say no more than we ean CO. Watch Kcpairiit- done in a thorough and workmanlike manner. EUGENE B. FLOYD, 154 Church st,sign of the Big Eagle January 9th, tsos. daw HOLIDAY GOODS. A very good assortment of most kinds ot HOIstn SILVER GOODS American, i:ngllshst Sirivt Watcliet Jewelry, Cutlery, Dressing Cae, American and Foreign FANCY GOODS. Photographic Albums. and many pretty and desirable g-xids very accepta ble as gilts to tbe loved ones at Christmas or New Years, for sale cheap at the old stand west side of Chareh Street, by J. E BRINSMAID DeeemlerD. TO SPORTSMEN". rpiIEondertisxeilhave kut received a full assort JL meat ot IUvolvlvo Pistols of every deiinbl patternind Cartbissu to fit. All of whi.h will be sold as low as the lowest, and very much lower '" "try are generally soia taints city ny otner slots. BRiNSklAIDA- UILDRDATH . cpt. I No. 1 Bank Block. HOLIDAY ALIiUMS. AN entire new aad alee let or PHOTOGRAPHIC ALUUMSbr'', to 100 niol ore. onenlnr this lay. J. E. BRINSMAID. oeetnberl. I3SS. S. D. A.il. W. SMITH'S Aitl UK EC A1Y OKGA;S, THD MOST 1'ERIECT ANTi BEAUTIFUL MUSICAL INSTRUMENT IN' THE WORLD FOR THE AMER ICAN nOME CIRCLE. v&eventeen (171 Firt Priedawi wm i.inlMl to the Amerlean Organi In the month or October. 1SS, over all competitors, at different state aad Loaaty raws. Tilt eJillCl'irrtll OrSTlHS are the only KUAIs KKKD OKftAIYS now before tbe public. The only Organ having a Kcvcrhcratin Sound ItOx, or WIND CIIBST, which has the same lanertant part to pertsrm as the Sounding Board bat in a Piaao Forte (to give body aad reatotunec of tose)aad without which the Organ keeoaes merely a Melodsoa in an Orxaa Case. Special attention is called to the style ef AMER ICAN ORGAN, No. IT, eoatalalsc the beper Octave Coupler and Sub-Bass. FOR CllURCIlES in want oT a powerful rastrament.whese means are limited, its price renders it very desirable. Every Orpin i Warranted to Prove Satisfactory. THE AMERICAN ORf. ANS.ll aare the Rerer. Uratln; Sound Box, or Wind Chest, and are Snlsh edin tto Ll;hestttle cf art. In Rosewood. Jet, Walnut, and Oak finish, richly varnished and rel ished, or In Smooth Oil Finish, forming elegant pieces or Furaitare for the Parlor or Bondolr i and the Oak and Walnut especially adapted far Churches. Lecture and Lodge Rooms. THE AMERICAN ORGANS are all finished with our new PATENT Improvements, containing the improved Knee Swell, Doaole Bellows, two Blow Pedals, and TREMOLO round in no other Isitru meet. NEW STYLES OF CASUS, Hlchly Finished nnd I Uglily Ornamented. V3C Illuitratol CaUtocuw. esntalnio: eats takeafrem Fhetegraphs, snewlsg their relative site tseach other, sent free. Address : JPOIVJMZS sV STOR GENERAL AGENTS FOR TUB STATE, HCRLIXGTOX, VT. wtf Jan.2, SOSIE FOLKS CANT SLEEP XICIITS I George C. Good'ln, M. L. Burr A Co ami Weeks k rotter, wholesale nruggists lmsiou. are now pre pared ta supply Hospitals. Physicians, and the trade, with the standard and Invaluable remedy, Dodd's iecrvinc. This article supasresall Vnown preparations for the unre oi an luriaa oi .V R I' O V S.V1 S S ! It Is rapidly superceding all preparations or Opium, and Valerian tbe well known result ol which Is to produce Coustivencs ami serious diffi culties as it allays Irritation i:estlessce;s and Spasms, and induces regular action ct tte bowel and iceretive ergons- No preparation fcrNervcnj Disease ever sold so reejlly or met lth rach universal approval. For rits, DicepioeacH, v.Miwj,a Weaknesses and Irregularities, and all the foirful. mental and bodily sjmptcms that rcllow la tber train of nervous disease, LUdd's Nervlno Is the b- tt remedy known to science. Sold by all Prugtbts: Price ir3. . , It. II. ilivar.ua v.ir , rivpriewj.-, 61 John Street, New l ork Novembers!. dawCm. CHITTENDEN COUNTY Ayriciil Jural Society. THE next annuel meeting of till Society will le holden at the oBce or the Secretary, In Bur lln"to. on Wednesday, the 7th day of Febrnary, A. i. Ie, at 2 o'clock V. M. Parsons having claims against the Society are re quested to present them cn the forenoon of that 3,y. Per order of PresUeut Jtn.l-wt lr-gjx ISM. II. A. AXD W. C. PECK'S ESTATES. STATE OF VERMONT. irpnE non. the District or Chittenden, ss.j J. Probate Court tor tho District cf Chittenden, To all persons Interested In the estatool Hester A. Peck and Willie C. reck or Jericho, in said Dis trict, minors. GSIST1.VQ. Wbebkas, application in writing hath been mads to this Court by the guardian or said wards tor li cense to sell all the real esute of said wards setting furth therein that his said wards own tho undivid ed halffor a vlllae lot or about one fourth ot an acre situate at Jericho Centre. Aso tutnxrro.t.the said Court appointed and as signed tho 13th day ofJFebruary, A. D., ISOC.at tho Probate Court rooms, in said District, to hear and decide upon said application, and ordered that public notice thereof be gWen to all persons interested therein, by publishing this order three weeks successlrelv. in the Bnrlln?tmi Free Preu. a newspaper, which circulates In the neighborhood of thote persons interested therein, all or which publications shall he previous to the tlmo appoint ed for hearing. Tacaxroac. you are hereby notified to appear before said Court, at the time and place aforesaid, then asd there to object to the granting of such license, If you see cause. Given under my hand, at tho Probate Court Rooms, this atth day orjannary, A. D. 166. w3Iw3 T. E. WALES, Judge. JASIES SI. WHEELOCK'S ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT, I I HE Honorable the District of Chittenden, as.) 1 .TobateCeurtfcrtha District of Chittenden. To the heirs and all persons interested in the es tate cr James M. Vi heclock, late or Milton! In tald dutrict, GaizTi.va. WncRcas, application hath been nude to this Court in writing, by the Administrator of said estate praying for license and authority to seU vl acres er the real estate r said deceased. Including the reversion or the widow's dower therein, for the payment or debts, and charges or administration, and setting forth therein the amount or debts due rrom the said deceased, the charges or administra tion, the amount of personal esute, and the situa tion et the real estate. Whereupon tho said Court appointed and assigned the I J tli day or February, A. D. IS'6, at the Pro bate Court Rooms, in said District, to hear and de cide upon said application and petition, and orucr cd public notice thereof to be clren to all tier- sons interested therein, by publishing this order together with the time and place or hearing, three weeks successively in the Burlington Free Press, a newspaper which circulates in the neighborhood or those persons Interested In said estate, all or which publications shall be pre vious to the time appointed for bearing. Therefore you arc hereby notified to appear be fore said Court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in said Court, to give bonds, as the law directs for the payment or the debts, and charges or administration, and make jour objections to the granting such license, if yea see cause. Given under mr hand, at the Probate Court rooms, this JHh day or January, A. D-, 1S66. T.E. WALES, Judge. w31w3 SIYROX V. PALMER'S ESTATE. STATE OF VERSION! , 1 ' VIVE Hon. the Pro msTRicT or CHiTrts; den , ss. j J. bate Ccort for tho District of Cfaitteaden. To all persons interested in the estate of Myroa C. Palmer, late of Ilinesburgh, in said District, de ceased. Cl REXTISG. Whereas, said Court bath assigned the 14th day or February nextfor thesettlemcntorthe ad minis tra ticn account of the admlcstratrlxor the estate of said deceased, find ordered that public not!eo tkereor be given to all terse ns interested in tald estate, by publishing this order three weekt successively previous to the day as signed, in the Burlln'ton Free Press, printed in Burlington, In said District, Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear at the Probate Court rooms, in Burlington, on tbe day assigned , then and there to contest the allow ance or said account, if you see cause. Given under my hand, this 23d day or January, A. D. 154. T. E. WALES. Judge. w3lw3 WILLIAM LAXDOX'S ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT, jrnUE Honoranlo tht District orGrand Isle,rs.S X Probate Court.with in and for tho District of Grand Isle. Toall persons interested. GnBtrriso. Whereas : plicatien in writing hath been made to this Court, by the guaruiaa or William Landon, fur license to sell the real estate or his ward, setting lortb in said application that it wonld be beneficial and conducive to the interest ol his ward to sell the same, and to invest the pro'eeds In other real es tate or put tne same at lnteresc And thereupon the Court haih assigned the 3d day of February next, at the Probate OiSce in Notth nero, to bear and decide on said application, aud ordered public notice to be given to aU persons In terested, by publishing this order threo weeks suc cessively in the Burlington Free Press, all cf which paMications to be previous to the time appointed for hearing and deciding on said application. TBEBcroan, you are hereby notified to appear before said Court, at the time and place assigned, and show caue, if any you may have, why- tne li eeme and authoi it)' pra ed for should cot be grant ed. Given under my hand at North Hero, this 12th day of January, 16. AUGUSTUS KNIGHT, Judge. wSOw.V LEWIS GREEN'S ESTATE. 1ITE, THE SUBSCRIBERS, having been 11 appointed by the Honorable the Probate Court tor the District ot Chittenden, Commissioners to receive, examine and adjust the claims and de mands of all persons against the estate of Lewis Green, late of Richmond in said district, rep resented Insolvent, and also all claims and demand exhibited in tfffset thereto ; and six months from the day or the date hereof, being allowed by said Court for that purpose, we do therefore hereby give notice, that we will attend to the business of our appointment at tho dwelling or S. II. Davis in Richmond. In said District, on the hut Tuesdays or February and Jane next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., on each or the said daf s. Dated this l(th dar cr January, A. D., 1. A. R. JACOBS, ( CocimU- JOIIN DELAWARE, Jr., 5 sioaert. w303 ORSON" SAFFORD'S ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT, MIHE Honorable the district or chittcsdcv. ss. X Probate Ceart, fur the District of Chifenden. To the heirs and all persons interested in the es tate of Ortoa SaSord.uteof CeJchecter, in said dis trict deceased. liKtt.Tl.NU. WHeaaAt. aindicatkin hath been made to this Court in writing by the administrator or taid estate, praying fcr license and authority tu sell the real estate or Sala ue- ceased .including the reversion or the widow's dower therein, setting forth therein that it would be ben eftteiat to thebeirs and all persons interested In the estate of said deceased, to sell tho whole of the real estate ofsald deceased, and convert tbe same into money, and all the heirs or said deceased re siding in this State, having filed in tald Court their written consent to inch sale. W nsRacrosr. the said court appointed and assign ed the th day or 1 ebiuary, A. 1). Is-s, at the rrobate Court Rot uis, in said District, to hear aad decide upon said application and petition, ant or dered public notice thereof to be given to all per sona interested therein, by publishing said order. togetter with toe tlmo annpiaee oi neanng. taree weeks successively in the Burlington Free I'ress, a newspaper, which circulates ra tbe neighborhood of those persons interested in said esute, alt which pubtieatloni shall be previous to the day assigned lor hearing. TuBRDrogE, you are nereor notifiot to appear before taid Court, at the time and place assigned, then and tere tn said Court, to mile your omcc- tiens to the granting snch license, if you see cause. Given under my banl, at tne fronate court rooms. this ITth dav of January, A. v. l-ss. T.E. WALES, Judge. w30w3 RISSEL SHAW'S ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT. I rpiIE Honorable the District of i hittenden, ill A Probate court for tne District of Chittenden. Tn all neneni Interested in the estate or Russel Shaw late or Etcex in said District, deceased. UREETtaC. WniEEas. tabl Court hath assigned the 9th day or February next for the settlement ot the adminis tration account or the executrix or the but will or said deceased, and ordered that public-notice there of be giren to all persons Interested in said estate, by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the day assigned, in the Burlington Free Press printed in Burlington, In said District. TSEBEroat, you are nereoy nouiieu w appear a. tkA Prahat , Court rooms, in Eurllnzton. on the day assigned, then and there to contest the allow ance of said account, if you see cause. Given under my nana, tnu ilia aay oi January A. D. less, . . T. . iALXS,juaie. wWwX WILLIA.M R. COOKS' ESTATE. ed b v the Honorable the I rebate Court tor the ritrit nrilriml ftle Commissioners to receive. examine and adjust the claims and demands or ill persons against tbe eitate or WlIUamR-Cook late of South Hero, in said District, represented insolvent, anl also all claims and demands exhibited in onset thereto ; and six months trom the day of the date hereof, being allowed by said Court for that pur pose, weao tnereiore nereny gio uuiro ui. o in slt.n.l to the business of our appointment at tie dwelling of Mary Ann Cook in south Heroin said District on the 13th day or April next, at 1J o'clock A. M. . Dated this lain aay oi uciooer i-eo. CALVIN F. Kor,lNSONIc r, WILLIAM M. FLETCHER, j torcuiissloiier, 35w3w SILAS JOHNS' ESTATE. STATU OF VERMONT. 1 rrilE Hon. tbe Probate .1 L Ceurt for the District District of Chittenden, ss.) ofCnittensen. To all persons interested in the esute of bilas Johns late of Uuntingtsa la said Dis trict, deceased. UKUtllb, irnrm i. tald Court has assigned the 2ih dar of January next for the settlement of tha administra tion account or the administrator ol theesUteif sild deceased, anl ordered that public notice there of bo given toall persons interested in said esiate, by publishing this order thres weeks successively ?reVIOUjy W UIO UBJ HMSUEil, IU Ml. UUIIIU21UU ree Press printed in Burlington, in said Dis trict. TcEBrroav, you are hereby notified to appear at the Probate Court rooms, in Burlington, on tbe dav assigned, then and there to contest the allowance of said account. If you see cause. Given uaier my nana a& iiuruugiou, ia sai-a xiia trlet, this 9th day of Jaa A. D. ff- wi33 ABEL GILSOX'S ESTATE. . Ut ETQE SUBSCRIBERS, have been appelated !, the Honorable the froDato Coast fcr the jUlflClOX lnilfccauoa, wmwiww.tn .v B,a,v. examine and adjust the claims and demands of all persons, against iae ciibwvi awi uiuto mnvi ktsex in said District, represented Insolvent, and also all claims and demands exhibited in orlsek thereto t and six months Ircm the day of the date hereof, being aUowod by said Court for that pur pose we do therefore hereby give notice, that we will attend to the business of our appointment at the dwelling or H. U. Brown in Essex in said Dis trict, en the 2d Tuesdays or February and June next, at 10 o'clock, A. M.. on each or said days. Dated LniaJ-i cay oi jaautry a. u.. icuo. warren williams com- C E. DAY, i missions.. wJusl