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THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING, MAR Q PI 2 1866.
City Council. jhued or AUWttMEX. Momi.it. Feb. 26. Th: Hj&ri met at 10 A. M., pursuant to ad uurnmeut. the Mejnr in the chair. Present Aldermen Blodgttt, Appleton, F '1D agan, Dodge and Tart The rnornlns was occupied in bearing petitions of jnrties wbcse lands are to be taken for e.ea itery purposes, and tie rilla-icS appraisals were made ; John Walker, house " hnd, 52,412.60 Henry Martin, 740- H. VT. Catlin. boa" iod UnJ. 325- 4. uDoeeupied land, 58 per acre. Jjutesf EJgeomb, 12 aere lot. 207.20 " 26 " 6.00 Toe Haiti then adjourned until 7 P. M. BOIBS OF ILDEBiJIX. JJo.vday , Feb. 20. Toe Board nut at 7 P. JI. Present : AVuermen Appleton, Blodcett, lAu, Flanagan and Taft ; llsyer Catlin in the chair. A message was receired from the Common Council communicating a report of the Commit' tec oc Supply of Water, and a joint resolution providing for the publication of 1000 copies of the report, together with the rtport of the Health officer. On motion of AlJennao bodge the resolution was amended to as to direct the publication of TOO copies of the report or the Committee on Supply of tVattr, together with so raueh of the Healtuofficer's report ae relates to the importance of a sufficient supply of inter in the city. Un motion of Alderman Taft the Hoard ad- jjiimcJ rojrvox coriciL. MoM.iT. Feb. 26. J he Iluard met at 7 P. M.. the President in the Chair. Present : C uncilmra Arthur. Ballou. Keek wilb, Brink. Looniie, Peaks, Peck and Walker. Councilman B.iUou, for the joint committee on the petition of O. S. Itlodgett and 1 10 others, in relation to a supply of water for the city, made an elaborate report; which, on motion of Councilman Beck with, was accepted. Councilman Bcckwith intiodaccd a joint res olution to print HK! copies of Dr. S. W. Tbaver'a report on the sanitary condition of the city, with the report of the committee on a sup ply of water, and to have the same generally distributed. Councilman Lootn'is moved to amend the res olution by substituting the word fifehuudred" for "one thousand." The motion was lost. The resolution was then adopted. A message was received from the Board of Aldermen that they had pawed a joint resolu tion relative to printing reports, Ac., with pro posal of amendment. The amendment wt concurred io, ami the Board adjourned. Tiie Com-mt Last Win.. The Con cert in the new College Street Church, on the 21et inet. was n decided success. The borne, which waa well filled with a cultivated au- 1 dienee, of our lest ciiiae-rie, provid to be an admirable room for niasie, and gave full ef fect to tie beautiful music, which was ol very noticeable excellence. Mr. Hopkins' smooth and pleasant tenor, ar-d the admir able taste and expression with which he tang the Clina'.ruas Hymn and Kreissman's sang "Siftiy now," deligliU-d every one. Misa Ik kf s clear, sweet and rich voire necr founded better. The trio "Prego O Padre Ptrrnti' wc a trt'rf, ft irra . Mid tlie (juartfttfs by Mieecs lluuke and Harlow, and Mesnrs. Jewitt and Sturtivant. were very finely rendered. Mr. Proctor and .Mr. Whit ney exhibited the fine qualities of the Organ, and Ir. Proctor's aecomuaninients were es pecially go jd Kucores would have been numerous and hearty bad the character of the house encouraged such demonstrations of applause, and we belkvc it is the general opinion that wc have hardly ever bad a more jleasant and satisfactory concert of its kind. Die entertainment closed with the Doxology. to '-Old Hundred," by choir and audience. The procetds,aiaoanting tu a handsome sum, w ill be appropriated towards the payment f ir the gas fixtures of the bouse. (.'emitebt. It will I perceived from the n-p irt of proceedings of the Bjard of Alder n:in that they have decided on tbc enlarge ment of Green Mount Cemetery. This U risiun will unquestionably approved by tlie maj rity of our citixens, and we congrat ulate all on the irospcct of a suitable cem etery at no very distant day. Nostuskn Pacific Railboad Govmith, President of the Northern Pacific R. It., in company with several member of the Eiecu tae Committee, has bcjn in Washington for t:.c purpose of a conference on measures which will secure tbc lutandiate oommencc in. nt of iliur road. Among other subject which liave had crinJeration is a system of emigration, more rlaljorate and complete perhaps than has iver ltn diMkiped in the United States, fir the pnrpiee of settling the new terri tories ol the Northweet. Trottinc Tncrc was fair attendance at tin racits Tuesday, Hh- first imrsc of $25.01 was taken in two stiaipht heals, by Joseph Round's tbtce year obi colt. Time, 3.10. The K'cond purse ol $50.00 was won in three straight heats hy Miller & Fny's hi ack four year oW colt. The time of the !a.-t beat was three minutis. Ivcemocs Invention A patent has jast iccn irrued to O. A. Douce, inventor, as sigmr to G. S. Bwi-oett and P. T. Sweet, i f this city for an improved dmper rcgula ; r for ste-im boiler furniees. It is an cx i edingly simple and effective eontrivanee.by ' i n the pressure of the steam, n? it ri-es "' .re a certain jioint, closes the damper to '" fir.' , and otens it as the pressure falls. F.r su-im heating apparatus for houses, and indeed fur any furnace requiting an equable :iiajT-itiirc it must prove exceedingly v.il nahle. Police Couit. Before Justice Hollinbeek Monday altcr T.K n, Catherine Hogan was fined $10 and c .sts rr breaking windows, 4c jn3 ct Philips, Margaret O'Brien and George X'urr',CTi $s and costs each, for like disorderly i rfoimancee. The nccufe bad made an attack on the house of David Shay, on Water Street, Sun day evening, bro c doors and windows and "raised Hob" gem Tally, for which tl.eypaid the penalty as above. Before Justice Ho.'Ienbeck Wednesday Edward JIcGrath and ThomasFor were fined $5 and costa each for intoxication. Before Justice Hollcnbjck Friday, Moso Robcar was fined $5 and cost far assault on ! id wife. Pouix Items. Before Justice Hollcnbeck, this morning, Patrick Hocan was fined $5 and casts, for intoxication, ami uaniei (rn.... o-. nnrl mxts. lor assault and bat- . tery. " I Tuk FEEsnrr or Saturday and Sunday last 'Was very great in many places and much damage was done. At AVindsor, the Con necticut rose 30 feet above low water mark two fect and a halt higher than CYtr before. Tec toll-bridge across the Connecticut at that place waa carried away Sunday morn ing, and goiDg down the river struck the railroad bridge, instantly carrying away about 400 feet of it. tVfccn the ruins of the railroad bridge reached Bellows Falls one span still stood upright, with track undis turbed and the water casks put there for use in case cf fire full, as if the bridge had not been moved ; the ruins moved about five miles an hour. The railroad bridge at Bel lows Falls was much injured, so as to be un safe. At Windsor, passengers nre now car ried naves in a huge fiatbont. At Royalton one pier of the bridge over White River was carried away, and at IlartUnd and Ran dolph the trestle work was destroyed, at the latter place when the pasccngcr train reached the wreck, the timbers being yet standing, the engineer went over afoot, and the engine under a tmr 11 pressure of steam was allowed to cross alone, which it did in 6a!cty The damage to the Sullivan R. It. at Windsor cannot bo less than 12,000 Across t aits River a road bridge was carried away, a dam at Bradford, and no doubt many such damages will be reported In Rutland and Montpchcr large portions of the town were flooded, and cellars filled, some families being compelled to retreat to their upjicr stories. In Charlotte so much water was never known. But little damage was done to tailroad bridges or track, fortunately, akng the line of the Rutland R. R The darn of Deacon Barrett's pill-Ux factory in Bristol, was carried off. The stone dam about a mile .north-east of Brandon village, across a branch of Otter Creek, and two or three bridges oast of the stone dam above mentioned, and on the same stream, were carried away. Onlj one bridge was moved out Of pla"e at Wallingford, and a culvert damaged on the Western Vermont road. About 100 feet of the high embankment on the Rensselaer and Saratoga Railroad, about half a mile northeast of Siratopi.was wnslied away. Dings ON the Co.scixsio.v or tuk Iteeir- bocttv Trsatv. Tlc following article)-, which arc now free of impost, will be sub ject to the following rates of duty alter the 17th Ot .March, 1S6G : Wheat, 3 eeots per tmsael Corn, IZ Oats, 12 M Rye, 16 mrfcy. 15 Potatoes. 25 " Flour. 20 per cent, ad vl Beans and peas, 1U Ashes 25 " ilHes.' fare and skins, 10 Aninnla of all Viads, 20 Flax. Slo icr ton. llutttr. -I cents per pound Cheese, -I " V Tallow. 1 Poultry, 5 per eeat. ad ral Plants, shrnbs ami trtts, 30 " Fire weed, 10 " Timber, lumber.ic., namaa- ubcturedor laanufactared, in whole or in part, 20 " ' SutccLEao Arrested. A. W. Orvitt, of StaiMtead, John Kelly and ElfBare HoberM of Derby, Charles Eastman of Holland, Jon athan Page of Charleston, aitd A. M. Ad ams of St Jobnsbary, arrived in town Fiiday evening m charge of Hon. II. Henry, U. S Marshal, and bis deputy, X. B. Flanagan. of this city, lmviog been arrested for smug gling. The examination, in their case, took 4ace bclore Judge Smallny Saturday Drcnoon, and the parties were held for trial at the next term ot the District Court. Marshal Henry is no conniver at the cfcajt- of smugglers, and these arrisw will offer a needed' admonition to gentlemen of their calliug, on the Vermont border. The SiifLin-RN Mcrdsr or twektv-uve tears ago. Mr. M. J. Deming of Fre lighs- burgh, C. E. lias written to the Sentinel denying the correctness of Mr. Stuart's r.rrmint in that rarer of Jan. 12th, stat ing that one Coatts Barnes was. by Ins own dying confession, the murderer of Mr. Saf ford many years ago in Shclburn. The St. Albans Messenger say the ques tion now asked by people on ineetinf, is not How do you do?" but "Have you aoMyoor locket ?" Eustace Morris, a r'renehtnan, an indus trious man with a family, was instantly killed nt Kist Monltelicr, cn the IStli inst., by a falling tree. Citv Election. Judge Wales has signi fied bis consent to the request of numerous citizens, that he would be a oandiJate fur the Mayoralty, and from present indications is likely to be elected without substantial opposition. Our present capable and ac ceptable Recorder, Hon. David Read, will also, wb take it, be re-elected by general onseat. A. II. Adams, arrested for mnuggling. was bound over.Wednesdayin the suraof$500 for appearance at Court. Real Estate. Lawrinee Barnes has sold the bouse corner of Pine and Main streets for $3000. Real Estate. O. A. Dodge has pur chased of P. T. Sweet, for $2,000, the building on College Street, now occupied as a meat market, next to the store of G. S. Blodgctt & Cor Mr. Dodge has also purchased of O. A. Burton, for $1,500, the four-acre lot on Colchester Avenne, jast west of tbc resi dence of Geo. T. Smith. if U divided that the power of attorney contained in a mortgage to scll in case of de fault being made, subjects tnc instrument to an additional stamp duty of one dollar. Fenian Scare. St. Johns has had another scare, occasioned by an anonymous despatch stating that 1S00 Fenians were coming in thirty-two cars to attack the place. The military was out and patrolled the streets, and much excitement prevailed. Till Statjs Fan. At a meeting of the Di rectors of the Vermont State Agricultural Society, held at Middlebury. on Tuesday evening, the annual Fair for lc'GC, was lo cated at Brattlcboro, to be held September Htb, 12th, 13th and 14tb. Delegates were appointed to attend the uounty t airs in eacn ixuniy in tne state. Lawrence Brainard. Jr.. of St. Albans, is tbc delegate to the Chittenden County Fair. The Canadian Lumber Tkade. An Otta wa correspondent of the Montreal Witness siys that the Ottawa saw-mill owners are carrying on operations this winter as exten sively as ever ; and that they entered upon ths winter campaign in the full ciecptation ot the abrogation of the Reciprocity Treaty. The dealers in sawn lumber aay that the Americans want their lumber, and will have it cost what it may. They intend that the impost will have to be paid by the American cansomtr ; bat that at any rate a dollar and a half or two dollars per thousand feet will not materially interfere with their business. The square timber interest will not be much affected by the coming change in their rela tions with the United States. Fatal Accident. We learn from a slip from the Rcmarler office, that Nettie, a little daughter of Mr. Hiram Cook or Huntington, of tight years, while watching the unloading of some logs at a saw-mill in that town, on the 22J inst. was caught between two logs as one rolled from the sled, and injured so that she dic-J on Saturday morning. She was thought at - first to be killed outright, her head being caught between the logs ; but on extricating her she proved to be alive and lingered nearly two days alter. Miltoa. K. L. Whitney has sold out bis stock in trade to E. Whitney, who will con tinue the business at the Old Stand, and who proposes to do business on the principle of "quick sales and small profits," It is reported that the locket man sold about forty dollars worth of lockets in Mil ton. The Sutgclkb.5, brought before Judge Smalley on Saturday were held to bail in the following sums : Kelly, $300 ; Roberts, $300; Page, $500; Ovitt. S500 : Eastman$500. Unit was formerlv an employee of .Monllo rsoyes ol tun city. The Tiiaw. The snow went off with com paratively little damngo in this place. The Vt. Central appears to have suffered consid erably by the freshets. A pier was carried cut from under the bridge at Royalton, and at Randolph and Windsor more or less dam age to the bridges is reported. An exten sive land slide ten rods long and six feet deep between Winooski and Essex Junc tion delated the trains on Saturday. Ttc track is all right to-day. Sidewalk Accident. A Mrs. Daly, on the way butne from Church Sunday, sli- lied on the icv sidewalk on the corner of College and Church Strects,by Huntington's bookstore, and broke her leg above the an kle Sbe was attended and the bone was set by Dr. I.angdon. DiscoNTiNi xi. The ofSee of the Troy and Boston Road in the City Hall, was on Sat urday discontinued. Passengers desiring tickets South by any route, will hereafter procure tbem ot John W. Carcnter, at his office, "American Hotel Block." Ai-ruiMED. Mr. Edward Porter of Rut land has been appointed by the Postmaster General as Agent, with a salary of $C0O, to see to the receipt, delivery and exchange of mails at the Rutland Railroad Depot. It. R. AccnMKT. On the 23d inst. be twecti XurthScld and Montpelier, tho coupl ing between the two rear cars of a freight train broke, throwing both from the track. One of the brakeraen fell between tbc two cars, and would undoubtedly hae lost his life, but for the presence of mind of bis com rade, Mr. Frank King, of Williston, who sprtng to l is assistance, and drew bim from his dangerous position. King then attempt ed to save his own life by jumping, but was too late, a wheel of the car striking bim on the bead, and killing him instantly. Thus, in bis efforts to save bis comrade s life, he lost his own. Itoisis Point. 'Ihc R. R. Bridge at Routes Point is to be thoroughly repaired, and the moveable boat or scow, in the chan nel, is to be replaced by a new one. Pre parations for the work are progrcosing Strcck Ilk. Two large flowing wells lately struck en Pit hole Crtck, are jaitly owned by Vermont men, one a resident of Fairbaven. luFuRTANT TO B LITER AND CHEESE MaNC- factveehs. A recent decision of the Com missioner ol internal iicvcnuc is iu mo effect that farmers who produce cheese to the annual value of $1,000, must take license as manufacturers. Vermont Items. There lias bcin no good sleighing in Ben nington this winter. The Addison House in Middlebury has bein sold to 1). Rider of Bridport, Tor $18. 000. Gardiner Wainwright of Middlebury, has sold his trotting marc to a Boston gentleman for $1500. Mr. Thomas F. Otis of Shiffield, owns a cow which, a few nights since, brought bim a calf which weighed 124 pounds. Cow and calf are both doing well. An itim in the warning for town meeting at Bellows Falls is to sec if the town will buy a new Lcarse or repair the old one at Rockingham Center. The Jewelry man operated at Brattlcboro last week, and ns usual, went off with a fist full of greenbacks. Patrick Kedwell, in St. Albans, found a man in his barn the other day drunk, and with hands and fect very badly froxen. He came to town with a load of wocd.got drunk lost his team, and started away on foot. He is not expected to live, as the flcth upon his limbs literally cracked open. The snow j lough on tho Passumpsie road near Newport the other morning threw out of a snow drift on the track, an Irishman named Carney, who CTcrcoms by whiskey bad lain down on the road. He proved to be Indly frozen and is not expected to live. A little daughter of Widow Wheeler of Jay, aged four years had all her clothes burned off from her, by tho breaking of a kerosene lamp. She was not expected to survive. Coneolidatios. The two telegraph offi ces have been consolidated, by the removal of the instruments of the Americin Com pany into the office of tho Vermont and Boston L:ne. II. N. Drcbt, the veteran and trusty operator of the latter line, is, if we understand the arrangement, the respon- , sible manager, and retains the services of ' Mr. J. X. Hats, the courteous and excellent operator of tbe other line. It is a conven ient arrangement for both tbe operators and tbe ?alrie' iYEWS OF THE WEEK. ItV TELEGRAPH. Ottawa, C. W., Feb. 20. The Gazette contains a proclamation wartime American fishermen that they can not use the Canadian shore fisheries alter March 17tb. 2rw Yobx, Feb. 27. Gen. Grant was accidentally shot in the nana jcsieruay, oy me explosion oi a new rifle which he was examining. The wound was not serious and did not prevent his at tending a reception at Bro-jkljn last evening a . , i .i i - r given in his honor. Col U jlahoney In a card announces the rumor that he was about to dismiss Killian as untrue, and declares that he considers Killian of more worth to the Brotherhood and Ireland, than, the entire so-called Sen ate. A collision occurred on the Erie R. It. at Lordville between the express and freight train, by which a brakcraan was killed. The conductor and engineer of the freight train bauc been arrested for manslaughter and held to bail. Fred Uouglas states that an attempt was made to assassinate him in Baltimore Sundar night but failed. I'lIILADtLAUIA, Fib. 25. A destructive fire occurred in Third St. above Race St. this morning. Total loss over S750 ,000, one fireman waa killed and several other are reported killed and the number of firemen injured nil together wits 25. New York, Feb. 27. The Tribune says three members of the Cabinet who contemplated resigning have concluded to await the action of the Presi dent. It is not improbable that he will re move one of them in a few days. Gen. Grant left for Washington in the midnight train. During his isit Gen. Orant has been presented by several uf our leading wealthy citizens with a pure of $100,000. Washington, Feb. 27. The account of Gtn. Cox's interview with the President, attracts attention here, and a general opinion is that it was published by the conservative Republicans to counteract the elltcta ot the 1'reeiuent s speech. .More reliance would be placed upon this were it not evervwhtre known that the President talks on two sides of the question wiiu uiuerenimen This is like the charge of the President ttiat .Mr. Sumner and .Mr. Stevens arc in citing somebody to assassinate him. Waiui.vgton, Feb 22. The Intellenenter comes out in a bold arti cle demanding that the Senate shall appoint a new Secretary of the Senate, as it says lOl. rorney Is personally oucc.-nc to the rrc- sment. It is stated un good authority, that the President suggested the article in question. and whether so or not, that ho read it last night. Tbc principal editor is very intimate with the President, and especially so since the veto. The Intetlictncer takes trong rronnd against the suffrage bill reported in the Senate and ravs the President will veto it. this is undoubtedly so. II it should be amended sj as to take the principle of the Jcnckcs bill it might le adopted over the Presidents veto, but in its present shape it cannot. An attempt will he made in senate to amend the II jjfe b.U t' make it more ac ceptable to conservative republican-. there n nothing doing in the House. .Mr. ressenden is expected to siak on the concurrent resolution in the Senate, at 1 P. M. to-morrow. Senator Lace of Kansas proposes to ex- ;-nd the time of the present Freedmen' Bureau Act for another vear. If Mr. Elliot succeeds in passing his new bill it is sure of a veto, but it it said a bill ean bo drawn up wnicti tin- Uemoeratic members will oppose and which the President will sign. The members of the Cabinet who dciened to attend the exercises in the House, to-day were McCullnch and Stanton. The absence of the President was marked The Supreme Court was present. But few of the oppo sition members were in the Hall. Doolittle, Dixon and others arc nbsent at the Johnson meeting. Sandt Hook, Feb. 22. Steamship Cuba from Liverpool Feb. 10th via Qucenstown 11th has arrived off tbis point. ateamslup tnn arrived out on the Mb.and the North American on the 9th Political newt unimportant. Notice had been given in the Houso of j Commons of intended questions to the Gat- crnmcnt tu learn it representations had been made to the United States government reganV- ing the Fenian machinations, more cspcml It in regard to the employment uf American officers and the issue of bonds by the so- called Irish Kcpublic. la the debate on the ailJresj in response to the Queen's speech. The O'Donahuc en larged upon Irish grievances and movod an amendment to the address declaring it tu be the duty of Ministers to examine into the causes of Irish dissatisfaction and remove them. After a ccncral debate on Feniamm in the course of which it was charged tint the conspiracy was of American origin, and that Secretary Seward was the real " head cen tre, the amendment was objected iiy JJO to 25, and the address was agreed to. The cattle plague was the leading topic in both House". The Morninn Herald believes that the ex istence ol the Ministry depends upon the way it deals with tbc subject. Ihc Dublin police had discovered a second extensive Fenian manufactory of ammuni tion in that city. Sjmc soldiers ctiarged with Fenianism were being court inartialcd. Official despatches from the French minis ter at Washington to his government, re electing the Bagdad affair, announce that the United States Government has decided not to allow itself to bo drawn into a conflict with Franco through filibusters. Boston, Feb. 22. The 134 tli anniversary of the biith of Washington is quite generally observed as a holiday in this city, tbe weather being un usually mild and pleasant for this scasjn of the year. A large number of stores and the public officers are closed and business irenerally sus pended, Flags are displayed from all the public buildings and from many private residences. The bells of the city were rung at sunrise for half an hour, again at noon and will also bo rung at sunset. The shipping in port is more or less deck ed with flags and steamers from their matt heads or peaks of their staffs. Tbe llritish stcamjra of which there are three now in port have American ensigns flying from each of their foremost beads, In honor of Wash ington's Birthday. Iter. Jacob M. Mannis of the old South Cburch. will deliver a lecture this evening in the Chamber street Chapel, on "The Liberty tree, or Boston 100 years ago." Nrw Orleans, Feb. A dviccs from Galveston says that the State Convention has adopted a new article to the constitution, abolishing iurolunt&ry servitude except for crime protecting Afri can descendents in their rights of property and allowing them to testify in courts, by a vote ot 50 against26and ordered it ingroes cd. Agents of the frccdmen's bureau re port that armed bands in the interior of Texas arc defying the United States soldiers tnd maltreating laborers on plantations Forces have been rent to afford protection. The crops are about to be abandoned and the freed men removed to places of safety. Many counterfeit compound interest bonds are in circulation, dated January 15tb,18C4. Several arrests have been made. Nttr Yok, Feb. 23. Tbe Herald sajs tbe most important re sult of Secretary Seward's visit to the West Indies was the negotiation for a harbor at St. Thomas, a naval station for our ships of war, which was fully accomplished. ! The bank committee have returned from Washington, having accomplished the result of their mission to the Secretary of the Treasury. The averago deposits of banks arc to be taxed after the amount of chrcks drawn njrainst the accounts of ench thy Is deducted. The grass deposit will be return ed and a sercrate account or uncollected checks will be placed to the credit of the banks. LorisziLLS, Feb. 27. The Fenians had an imposing torchlight procession to-night, and an enthusitstic meeting at the Court House. Some 4000 were collected. Judge Johnson presided. Portland, Feb. 23. The National Frccdmen's Fair which has been opened in this city, is a great success. An immense number is in attendance and the city is full of strangles. Notwithstand ing the storm, upwards ol 40UO people wire present List evening. Washington, Feb. '2i. The committee of Ways and Means of tho House have agreed to retort taxing all cot ton grown iu the country five cents ir tumid. A drawback is allowed on goods exported The income tax u to be five per cent, and all under UUUU is exempted irom taxation. Gen. Dixon's speech meets with the en tire approbation ol the r.ieeuiive. .'ir. Johnson did not like Shetmu'i's spctch be cause it told some bitter truths respecting his si eech. Dixon approved of every thiu; and is to-day deepest m favor if all the so called lepublicau Senators. Some few per sons in the dejnrtmcnt hate had warning to be careful of their i-unvirsation about prohibited matters. It is not expected that such tenons will be continued in office, though many rebel sympathizers held right on through the war. A letter has been rccciied here from Fort Smith, Ark., which contains the following: The rights of lieeduicn to cowc into Court, testify, Ac, when granted here, are as a rule merely nominal, and justice eMiinot be obtained by the negroes in t'.t civ il courts. When they are shot down like' d gs, public ojunion seems to throw its jient spell around their murderers. Lettcis are received here ivery day from ull pirts of the South showing that nothing but the I nedmen'ri liurvau saves the colored textile from the most cruel outrages. In some place in spite of that institution tbrv are killed with impunity. I'.OOT'a dressing. Pestacuixk 'tis a splendid hair American Use Drops and Soar Throat n- LnowD. IlrauGTOx Best us College. Thiainstita tkm is designed to impart to young man a ama4 practical butintti education which shall fit them for active duty in any department of busi- Mts. The College Monthly with all iafcrmation may be obtained by addmoior Bryan Stratum anil Iloyt, Burlington Vt. Ilurlioet in Sett. 1.1K'. wtf e-.t.Miiiiinci: c.rrri.R siakkkx. Weuissoat tV-l 2. f By Telegraph to the Free Pre. Ataur&et lis Cattle. Market BcI xatra r "tt. , ia,iw i V HrJtnuality, J mm 11275. Second i)ualit. l affllta Third quality ('.' !! Working Oxan, per pair. ItM. I'ai m i-t l aad lalvas. t -''. M, to I'D Vearliaics, 2 . Two )earold, ." A t. Three years ull, ar To bboep and Lambs IW at market. Prices. in lot 4 mz ii 5 jo arsi-i. Extra 4 aelcetivas. CiW tt sou or from i to "vuer 1 1. IlulM,S0teK'r&.. I'airSkiuaaVS. Felt. 1 AX' each Tallow, -4? -;C. REMARKS There wen lew than hall the aoatbar of eattle at market that thai war lat week and we oowrirlaT lb qosUly UUI baiter Mn atmpmt w4tk kxa . uu, were dull mjLwlth-tABaltt? tllMB wr qntt , a namber of Vujern prrwat bat thay had supplied loenuciTC larriy ian wees, rrawasw the aaow. There wera rather mre Sheep al aaarttt than lut week t ut the uuatitt not aalla aacood altbouKh titer war a lerr tots that wwea extra which came from this tttate. Prices abunt thcoaae aj quoted lilt week. Ilo'ton .Market ttirfasi'ar. Pb 2s. r'LOUR-Saies at 7 23 0 ,"if.r Western super. Sae ; S 50 at S lor common extras , y 7 . tf 11 for meeiuBi do.aad II i AT u lor ood an i caoiee, op to 13 C 13 73 for favorite Mauds aoada. ML, ideals rioar ai m it r uoi anu a iww manae as high ai 17 AY 17 Ji l hhl. Cm Meal udnll and has been in moderate demand at f 1 3 t.t.l Kaekwbtat Jl 75 f no raj. U RAIN The market for ora has been ialteftrui far some da) s aait. southern tellow -y Av and weitara mixed at So at t Hash, ooiaera aeaiag $ AT .i4e ft r mixed and eliow. Mala In moderate demand, but market firm, at ffSnic tmih. 7ledallat 9i AT 93c. Y both. While Beans in mod erate demand ; common and good blue pod at St -30 C j I.) ; and marrow anc extra pea ; .f bush, ttarlej dull at II 3 I li f lah. Oaasiaa Teas are dull at I 30 AT I i. t tuh. fhorts l-"7 AT i Fine Feed i AT 31. PROVISION'S Pork remains about the same at IS AT Jl lor prime AT Ji for utci, a to qualitj. and clear at f 32 AT 31 v b,l is arm at 17 AT L far He Hern mass , a; ft M (or extra, and -l & J6 forfamll). Lard firm with a good demam:, and prices hire ad r 4 need at l'.'AT.c V lb. Smoked llains arm at 19 AT JVc y tb, easa. IIoki al IX IS 13e l tb for Western. Hotter l scarce and tbe market suiUlu terj- full prices, hew Vk and Vermont dairies at 4- AT 4c. and Commi n and fair f ora 43 AT He, ai to qualitt . Canada baa been sell Ins at 30 AT J-v . an 1 IV astern is nominally & 0 33c t a. as to quality. Cheese-sales at iS AT jm, choice rarmers' diities a' tactory nuvte at -ii ttil WOOL Viool baa 1-een le.'s aettre. tint prlee re main tbe fame, and fine and choice Wools Me held verj firsi, dsece and pulled at 5i AT -V a b, as to quality. Special Jlo:ircs. BRA.VDRirril'S PILLS. I.M'I.I K.NZA. DII'IITIIERIAIa inlammatory aOce'tous, when n bleeding I permitted. afreeueof there Pills soen modifies the alarrainr sympttms and Perseverance, according to tSe directions, usually qui kly carei and esrtalaly nithin-z ia rUkel In udog Rrandreth's Pills. For old inllaenu, diph theria, pilni of the head, dizs n-ss and apoplexy, ns medicine can be eompare-lt them. I a erysipe las, fever and ague, small-pox, and in all tho dis eases of ehilabood. their use insures a speedy recovery of health. They produce these results simply by taiiog from the blood its impurities, leavlnr THIS VITAL FLUID FREE, to aid a weak ''locality" to recover its proper an 1 necessiry "status'' or health. BRANDRETII'S PILLS have afilnity fur the SUBJECT MATTER OF DISEASE," and came its CERT.II.S EXrVUlOX FJO' THE KODY. Jan. a dawlmo. A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY EXIST FOR TIIE USEOF DuriioN Catarrh Snuff, Which, in ths first stages of a cold aeullke magic Hcflache, Hoarsencs, Diphtheria and Bronchitis, e Eyes, Deafness. Bail Taste and Smell, being the result of Catarrh. This snuff removes and prevents all these, and Insures a healthy Head. It effects are pleasant anl safe even f r Infants who f -from fnuOcs. It has the highest profe sstonal teetimoBlal. by all Druggists, or sent by Mall to all part for 3d cents fjr One Box, or It for four Boxes. AddresJ, JAS. DUKNO. P. O. Box USS, New York. Wholesale, by D.BARNES A- CJ.,21 Park Row, N. TWi a. dsisCm, IMPORTANT TO FEMALES. THE elebrated DR. DOW continues ta devote his entl timet) ths trsit-nsat of all diseases incident to a female ststem. An experience of twenty-threi ears en able hlta to guarantee speedy and perms,, nent relief in tbe worse cues cf Surpituit aad a.' Iter Mtiulrui: Dermjrmtntt, from itiaecer crlf All letters for advice mast contain 1 1. Office. Endleottstreet, Boston. X. B. Board famished to those who wish remain under treatment. Boston. Jane 21, 1563. dn&wly itch: itch: itch: Scratch ! Scratch ! Scratch WIIEATO.VS OINT31E.VT WILL CURE THE ITCH IN 41 HOURS. Also cure Salt Rbicv, Curia, Cbiulaixs. and all ERcrnoxs or ths Scix, Price SO cents. For sale by all druggists. By ssndlse 60 cent to WEEKS A POTTER, Gen. Agent, 10 Washington street, Boston, It will be forwarded by maU. free of postage.to any address In the United States. OcLK, lS6S-dawlvr A COUGH, COLD. OR SOKE THROAT Requires immediate attention and tkould b checked. If allowed to continue, Irritation of the I.ungs, a Permanent Thront Aflectlon. or an Incurable Lnns DIscnse ii omx inr. bisclt. Brmvii's Rroncliial Troches UiTiso a dibxct ixrLCucc o.f tue raan, oiva ixxesutk Brx.ur. Fo Bronchitis, Asthma, Cntnrrb. Con sumptlve and Throat Diseases, iRCcars akc csm wits alwats oooo sreczs SlXOERSASD ITBLIC SPEAKERS UiaalTocetuKfallaelearin;Ui volte when taken before Slnslnr or Spexklnj. and rellevta; the throat after an sansoal exertion of ths vocal Cleans. The Trectet ara recommended and pre scribed by Phjl:lani, and have had testimonials from eminent men throuxhtut the country. Being an altlcle cf true merit, and havm: prawt their ta.-mcy bj a teit of many vears, each jear And them In Lew localities In various parts of the world and the Trocar are unirenally pronounced tetter than other articles. Oltii.v only "Brows's BeoschulTeociih," and do not take any cf the irortklttt Ir.iltlioni that may le offered. Sol 1 everywhere In the United Elates, and Fordsn Countries, at 34 cents per box. Oct. -iS. ' r STORMING TUB SrRO.VGIIOI.DS if prejudice and mL'appreheniloo, and carrjlns all before It Cristadobo's bair ova pannes Its march of faeces. Like those or the Union, It colors are the ejaoacres of every eje, lti vlctirie ir.iTi.io sta ix. It tarns thon'an 1 J of heads, and charms In numeraMe hearts. Containing no canttie element. it oionot lature the hair or blemish ths ikln. 3Iaa- ufactured by J CRISTADORO, No, S Aitor Ilonae, Neie-York. Sold br draj;UU. Applied by an Hair Dresser. dawlm. AhLCOCK'S l'OROL'S PLASTERS. URK LUMBAGO, PAINS OF TUESIDB, VARI COSE VEINS, SORE CIIEST.Ac. An Eltetrieian, who has great experience cf their effects in locil rbeumxtitm. In tic dolort ui. and deep-seatel nervous and other palm, and In aflaetioM cf the kldufj s. etc, etc., attributes all their sedatlre, stunaUtlTe, aad paia-relievln eslects to their tltctrit qaall tie, lie asserts they restore the health eleetrk erudition (equilibrium) of the part, and riot being; restored, pain and mor bid action eease. LAME BACK. Brand reeh House. New York. Nov. 23, IsM. T. ALLCoe-K A Co-Uentlmen i I lately lu.T.rcd sercrely from a weakness In my baek llarlnz hemrd your Plasters mueh reoommended incase of this kind I procured one, and the result was all that I Could desire. A single Platter cared ms in a week. Voura, Respectfully. J. ti. BRIGliS General Agency, Braniircth lleuse, New Yolk. Sold by all Dealers la JleJtcine. dawlm Gi.iTLiXF IlaTinc bad frequent oeeas loss to uie PERRY DAVI PAIN KILLER roa couc ix aoases. aad teeing it used by others, 1 ian sa) that I re. Sard tt as Um best preparation extant whei tried la time, or ia the first seagN f that very prevalent complaint. I reenrninind all persoss who have, er se hatscs. to have it eocitantly oa head for cases of tsaargpney. For tbe hasaaa family, both as an iateraal and eaiaraal remedy, the Pain Killer Is so t&rorAbly kaowa that U is alaaost aseleajs to call atleatien to it. Truly jours, 5. tSTEWART, Drurgiet nroo, O. Feb- -i".. wlmo lift" ME A.VD.l'LL DO YOU GOOD.' DR. L.i.YG L K Y' S Hoot run! Slcrb Cittcr, t TANDARU MEDICINE. without the pus -IV. slbiiity cf a dusbt the best remedy known fur tie foUowia: and all kindred diseases . Indl restion, Cistiveeess. Liver Computet, Piles, Head ache, Heartburn, Dvapepcia, 111 nines l, ScraluU, Salt Rheum, Lansaor, Lxxiaes. Debility, Jaundice, Flatulent). Humors, Finl Stomach, Ae. By the timely use of this medicine the blood is purine 1. The -ppetile is reetired. The system I strengthened. The liver is Invigorated. Tbe breath i- sweetened. Thecompiextoa la beautified Aul tbe general health ia restore J. A gentle laxative. An -e j splendid appet rer. A haraleat stiaaataat. A re viver of drooping piritt. Sola by all Dealers inlledidae even where w3me AX IMMENSE EMIGRATION. An immense emigration will pour down into the Southern states with the restoration of peace. Thousands of sosthera refugee, from all the tewn and cities of the North, will return heme thou sands of northern soldiers will move in the same direelk a, and settle, in the closest bonds of union asang their southern brethern ; and, in obedience to the Uw uf demand and supply, thousands of northern farmers, mechanics, and laborers, will swell the tuiehiy volume for the repeoplmg and rebaikiag the waste places of "the sanny South.' In anticipation of this grand dirersiea ef the tide of emigration, aad from the increasing demands upon them, the proprietors of HOsTlHTER'S I CELEBRATE! STOMACH BITTERS are patting op additional thousands of boles ot their universal ly popular tonic and alterative. We have the testimony ef soldiers, iillors, travelers, trappers, miners, emigrant, refugees, farmers and plantsrs. North and South, "a cloud cf witnesses,'1 tsut as a safe an reliable remedial agent, aad as a protection against all the compli ant incident to exposure, prlvalfons. changes of climate, diet, water, and habits of life, HOsTKT TERS BITTER used a directed, are worthtthelr weight In gold. North or South. Commualeated.; It I also proper to state that the Bitters are sold eiciusiielt in glass, and never under any cir cu instate ly the gallon or the barrel. Impostor aad imitator are abroad, and the onlr safeguard the pabllo ha against them I to see that the Bit ters the buy hare tbe engraved label and note of hand of Mesir. Hosteller A Smith, and our proprie tary stamp over tbe eoik cf the bottle. March 2d. dawlw. TO 1MIVSICIANS. M'I!El'BCRIBER being desirous of lemovlnx L v est. offers f-r sale his residence and practice ot medicine, la the v llage of Guildhall, tie shire town of Essex County, Vermont, consisting ef an excellent set of buildiogs In god repair, with about two acre ol K"od lan !, situated on tbe bank of the Connecticut River three miles from the Grand Trunk Railway. For convenience and beauty of location this situation is unrivalled, roads level and in good repair. School, Academy and two churches within a few rod of the dwelling, good society, anil every way an agreeable and remuner ative loeition for a Country Prarticlaner. The practice is worth about sixteen hundred dol lar a year, and constantly increasing. Full dis criptlou of premises and terms given by letter ta an one addressing the subscriber at his present residence. B. W. DODGE, M.D. Feb. as w3w. .Harried. In Richmond, the 19th ins ., by E. B. Andrews, Esi Mr. Homer W. Ring, and Miss Louisa B. Fay, both of Kiehmond. Also, on the S8d last., by the Rev. Mr. W llliam, Mr. Jatnes "rj ant. aad Miss Etta Bams, both of Richmond. In Westferd, Feb. 2t)th, by Rev. E.B.Ctamber Hn, Mr. Alpheus E. Kendrlck of Chicago, 111., and Miss Mary B. Hulbertof Monkton. In Westford, Feb. 21st, by Rev. E. B. Chamber Un, Mr- Gcstsvus Connor of Bardfsrd. C. E., and Miss Almar ItcIIows of Essex. Alio, at the same time and place, br the same, Mr.lWm. Reconf and Mils Lydla A. Bellows, both of Essex. In Swanton, on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 15S6, hy Rev. A. J. Sampson. Mr. Rufus M. Cllu and Mis Marr C. Waitc, all cf Swanton. Died. In HInesbargh, Feb. 23, of diphtheria, Eddie N., c nly inn cf C. R. an J S. A. Ray, aged T year and 2 months. "Fair bud of promise, early blest. So soon to reach the land of rest ; To enter thus the school above. Where angel teach the law of love. Thy childish beautr, winning grace, The soul's expression in thy face. More perfect grows, a day by day Love lead thee in the heavenly war ! Then mourn no more ye weeping friends, A blessing in disguise He sends! Anotber link to thee I given. To bind your wandering hearts to Heaven ! Your little one Is waiting now. With wreath of Joy upon his brow, To guide you to his blessed home. Where partings nevermore can come ! At thelbura Harbor this morning, Feb. 2Cth, Mtrla R. Brown, aged 33 years. In Hostlsgtcn, cn the 2!d lnst.,of Consumption, Mrs. Naney W. John), wife of Beajamln John, aged 52 years. SMOLANDER'S EXTRACT BCCKU Cares Kidney Disese. SMOLANDER'S EXTRACT IJUCKD Cares Rhenmatisa. SMOLANDER'S EXTRACT BCCKU Care Urinary Diseases. SMOLANDER'S EXTRACT BUCKC Cures Gravel. SMOLANDER'S EXTRACT BCCKU Cure Strictures. Tho SE3T Fluid Extract SCCATC now before tie public. tsaXOLJZDEirs. ForaH diseases above, auaior ana rjl.lzj.T TUt rcsiALC COXPLAt.W, and diwrdtri arixlaj from EXCESSES OF J.vr KlyD, it Is perfectly IXVJLU4BLE. For ala by til Apothecaries ev erywhere. PRICE O.VE DOLLAR. TRT IT! TAKE .TO OTHER I BcRLiaoa A. Roocas. Wholesale Drasgijtt, s HAnover street, Bostoa, General AjenU. Jan l.tetC wly ERRORS OKVOCTII, A gentleman who runared for years from Nervous Debility, Premature De:ar, and all the effects or youthful Indiscretion, will for the sake Ti suffering humanity, lend free to all who need It, the recipe and directions frr.maklng the simple remedy by which he was cured. Sufferes wishing to proat by the advertiser's experience, can do so by address. in. In perfect confidence. JOHN B.OGDEN, wSm. No, 13 Chimber St., New. York. WON'T USE ANY OTHER. The list an ' the belt i the right article finally everybody like It ; Is purely vegetable ; restores grey hair In four weeks, or money refunded. It will do It every time. Three applications will cure all humors cf the tcalp. Ask for WEBSTER'S VEGETABLE IIJIR .V 'IGOR JEOR.xntl don't tak e any other. FOR SALE CF ALL DRUGGISTS. w2Sm5. FERRY'S MOTH AND FRECKLE LO TION. Chloasma, orMothpatcb, (also Lirer.'pot.) and Lentigo, or Freckles, are often very annoying, paitlmlarly to ladles of light complexion, lor the discolored (pot show more plainly cn the fate 'jf a blonde than a brum tte but they greatly mar the beauty or either ; and any preparation that will effectually remove them without injuring the texture or color of the skin is I certainly a deside- ratim. Dr. B. C. Perry, who has made dtreases o the skin a specialty, has discovered a remedy for thess discoloration, which is at once prompt, Infal lible and harmless. Prepared only by B. C. PERRY, Dermatologist. No. 49 Bond Street, New York, and for sale by all druggist t price 2 per bottle. Call for PERRY'S MOTH and FRECK'.E LOTION. Sold by all Druggists in Burlington. Dec li. w6m 'ilUsffllanfous. BRITISH PERIODICALS. PREMIUMS TO .YEW SURSCIBERS The Le-.f Don Quarterly Rtriiw cnservative.i Tbe boistCRcn I;xvicwobi.) The Ts'isTif i.istek Ravrctv (Radical.) The Nortq Ubitisu Rxviaw (Free Cnurch.) 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New Suh.scrt- bers to all Ste r the t er.odtcaIs r.T 1-16. will re ceive, gratis, any two of the "four Review'' for liC5. frunsenoers mar aio ootain iaea numDers at me following reduced rates, vix Blackwood Bom September, iM. to Decemrer. 1SS. inclnslvr, at the rate of 12. j a year. The North Iirtttib Irom January. to xecem- ber. It5. inclusive . tbe Edinburgh and Westmin ster from April, If64, to December I vi?, inclusive, and the Ixindon (Juarterly for the year 1SSS, nt tbe rate of J .. jti a year for each or any Review. Yif A lew copies yet remain ot an ui ruur ne views for IseJ&t 4 uu a set, or for any one. 3? Walktr Street, N. Y. LS.1 Co., also puMisb the FARMER'S GUIDE. by Henry Stephens, of Edia nrgb, and the late J. P. Norton, ef Yale College. 2 vol. Roral Octavo, ltu pages, aau numerous engraeings rnce sor tne two Toiumes oj jiau, post yaia daw It CITY COFFEE HOUSE, First Door IVet of the Old Unptist Church. Warm .Ilea Is a n d Cold Lunch at all Hours. riMIIS RESTAURANT has been entl'ely reUtted JL and relurnished in the best styie.and no pains or moncj has been spared to mate it first class in ev ery respect. OYSTERS IN EVERY ST Y L E. COLD FOWL, TONGUE. PORK and BEAN?, HAM and EGGS, TEA and COrFEE. and everything that the market a-Tonls. and at a l.ts v i'riie,tv a ine time win aamii. Pcoole from the otuntrr when in town will find the C'iFFKE not'SEa giod and quiet place to get a lunch at mueh less cost than can be obtained elsewnere. PINNERS and SUPPERS to order. Havinr secured the service of the excellent cook ' AxTroav." the subscriber feels confident of suit ing the public. r.. m. net iu.i. January U. IMS. wtf XtOOT! HOOT I HOOT! READ ! READ HEAD ! Root's rtsTAcnisx preserves the life of the Hair; changes It from tray to it original color in three week; prevents the hairfrom falling; i the best ar ticle for dressing the hair ever found in market ; will surely remove dandruff and care all diseases of the scalp, Is delightfully perfumed, cures baldness, and will not stain the ilia. We tell the story quickly, and tell it true, when we say it is a perfect Restorer and llreulBf Combined. No other preparation for the hair contains I'cstachi Nut Oil. Sold by all Druggists. OKR1N SKINNER 4 CO., Sole Proprietor", Springfield, Mass. Lire: Lirrt iirw DROPS ' DROPS : DROPS z AvrJUCAS Lira Dnorswill cure Diptheria.Coughs, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Asthma, Rheumatism, Neu ralgia, Ague in the Face, Headache, Toothache, Bruise, Sprain, Chilblain, Croup, Cold. Fever aad Acne and Cbotera In a tingle day t Sold by all Druggist, with full direction for use. OR1UN SKINNER Is. CO , Prop's, Springfield, Mare. G. C. GOODWIN A. CO., Agents, Boston, Mass. Feb. 9. ISCC. wly N. J. NICHOLS. Architect and Practical Ilulldrr. Of.ce mi rfiiJmee, Etitr, Vt. "rilERR he may be consulted upon ever) thing IT relating to the erection of Buildings of all classes, rrom the foundation to the roof. He Draft nans ana irrawings, iwitn an necesaary calcula tion, elevations, sections. Ac-) of Churches, Acade mies. School Houses. Hotels. Dwelling. Ac. Also Hares and oat-houses generally,Ineluding additions and Improvexent. Having had considerable experience in the erec tion of Country Churche ho think he can give entire satisfaction (either a contractor or superin tendent.) to all who may need his service Iu thi branch or Architecture, and he would advise "Building Committees" to consult him personally or by letter before contracting with others. He also Draft and Construct Bridges of all klndafrcm the simple and cheaper form, to the heavier and mors expensive. Address 11. J. illUU'JO-, Architect and Builder Essex. VU Jan. 4. w3m WEI! E L E R Jt WILSON'S Ha Av&r&' FOR SALE AT NEW YORK CITT PRICES by GEO. W. A G. O, BENEDICT. Free Press Building, Burlington, VL TOR SALE. rp W. LO YELL'S TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE. ' L wiu garuen, trait trees, ae. a gooa Darn, : Ac, on Short Street, opposite Eev. Mr. Safibrd. ' 1 Enquire of O.J. WALKER Je.t-dtf or O. O. BBNBDICT. r.& gaunt Uotiffs. HARVET BEECHER'S ESTATE STATE OF VECMO.NT.imnE Honorable the Mstriet of Chittenden, ss. f Probate Court for tho District of Chittenden. To all penen Interested In the esUteer Harvey Eeeherlate of Huatmston la said DuUict,deceaed. ... (iKKCTUfG. ,waaas, said Court hath assisted the I3tb day or March ext for the settlement of the adminls tratlon account cf the executrix of the lut will and testament ofaald deeeasednd ordered that pab lls notice thereof be tirea to all persons interested la said eitate, by publbhlaj thU order three weeks 1 , ncc,.i,elr r,r.r1nV. ,rVC .'i"".":r- Burlinjrtoa Free Preu printed la BuTliarton. to said D.ttriet. .vT Mtf"iro"? ym u hereby notiSed to appear at the rrobat Court rooms, in BarlinKton. on the day aaslgned, then and there to contest the allow ance of said account, IT you see cause, i nJ?Atr mT htJ' t"1 l9th of Fehrsiry Ae IjWa Mw3. T. E. WALES, Judie. SIMEON COOK'S ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT, inE Honorable the oistrict or ceirriSDi.t, ss. j J.1 . Probate Court, for me xnstrict or enit'enden. To the heirs and all nerson.e Interested !n ttxm . Ute of Simeon Cook, fate of Underbill, In said dis trict deceased. GREETING. tvaxRiAS, application hath been made to this Court In writing, by the executor or tbe last will and testament of said deceased, praying for license and authority to sell the real and personal estate w o ucceaieu, laciuamg tne reversion or the widow' dower therein, fjr the payment of deMs. and charge or administration, and setting lortb therein the amount or debt due rrom the laid de ceased.the charges of administration, the amount cr personal estate, aad the situation or the real estate. WHtRixros, the said court appointed and assign ed the 7th day or March A. 1. IS-e, at the Probate Court Room, in said District, to hear and decide upon said application and petition, and or dered public notice thereor to bo given to all per son Interested therein, by publishing said order, together with the time and place or hearing, three week luccesslvely in the Burlington Free Press, a newspaper, which circulate n the neighborhood or these persons interested in tald esute, all which Jiubtications shall be previous to the day assigned ur hearing. TaiRtroRr, you are hereby notified to appear before aaid Court, at the timo and place assigned, then and there In said Court, to giro bonds, a the law direct, for the payment of the debt, and charges or administration, and make your objec tions to ths granting such license, if you see cause. Given uudermyhand.at the Probate Court room, thi 13th day of February, A. D. IHS. . T.E. WALES, Julge. w3l3 S. M.A: J.E. PALMER'S ESTATE STATE OF VERMONT. irpiIE non. the District of Chittenden, sj.) J. Probate Court tor tbe District of Chittenden. To all persons Interested In the estate ot Sophia U. Palmer and Jenny E. Palmer or Ulneaburgh, in sail District. CRxm.ia. Whzbeas, application In writing hath been made to this Court bv the tnnrdiin cf uM ward r.,r li cense to sell tbe real estate of said wards setting forth the ein that her said ward own a certain ptete of land or about 19 aeres in said Illnesbuagh, partol the estate of the lata Mvrnn f? P.ln.r ject to the dower of hi widow therein aisf an In terest witn aaia wuow in the homestead or said Mi ron C. OT about 24 acre In said Hlrefll.nr-h. during the minority of said wards, and thatli would be lor the interest of said wan! that the same be sold and converted into menev. Aao TnzRecpov.tte said Court appointed and as signed the 6th day or March, A. D.,lses, at the Prot-ate Court rooms, in said District, to bear and decide upon said application, and ordered mat puouo notice tcereoroe glren to all rerson mterestea tnerein, by publishing this order three weeks luecersirel) , in the Burlington Free Press, newspaper, which circulates in the neighborhood or tho-e persons interested therein, all or which publications shall be prtvioas to the time a taint ed for hearing. TucRrroRR. rou are herebr notified ta innr before said Court, at the time and place aforesaid, then a-d there tu object to the granting of surh license, lryoa see cause. uiven unuer my Hand, at the Probate Court Rooms, thi 14th day or February. A. D. IsOS. wjiwj . i. r-. w.i.5, judge S. M. A. J.N. PATRICK'S ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT, I fPHE non. the Probate District of Chittenden, ss.) J. Court for the District ofChlttcnden. To all persons interested In the e.titn of Spencer M. Patrick and Jennie N. Patrick, of iiinesburiui, in saia enstrict. UREXT1SI8. Wbereas. application in writing hatli been made to this Court by the guardian of said wards for li cense to sell the whole of the real estate of said wards, settinr lorth therein that hi said wards own certain lands In sail Hinestiurgh, to wit-, the said Spencer 31 , a certain piece of land of about Gli acres, and tho said Jennie N., a certain piece of land cf about -VI acres leing the some land set to them respectively in the division or the estate of John 5. Patrick, deceased, and that It would be conducive to the Interest of raid wards that arid land be sold and converted in to money. And thereupon the saidCourt ha:h assigned the 6th day ef March A.D.I6, at the Probate Court Rooms in said district,to hear and decide upon said applica tion : and ordered that nubile notice there of be given to all persons Interested In said estate, by publishing this order three weeks successively in the urlinaton Free Press, a newsuaner which circulates in the neighborhood or those persons In terested tnerein. all or which publications shall ' e previous to the time appoiaced for hearing. TllERtrORE. Von are herebv nntiffivt In before said Court, at the time and place aforesaid, then and there to object to the granting or such li cense, if you see cause. Given under my hand at Burlington, In said Dl. trlct, thi 13th day or Feb A. D. I6. J1r3 T. r WALES, Judge JOHN DOMAG'S ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT, I HE Honorable th District of Chittenden, ss.) I .'robate Court for the Dutrict of Chittenden. To the heirs and all nersons interested In b ... tate ot John Dcmair. lata of ijo.t in ..f,i district, deceased. . ,. . UEEETI.ia. Wbereas. anDlIcation hath been midntnthi. Court in writing, by the Administratrix or said estate prating for license and authority to sell the real esute of said deceased, including the reversion or the widow's dower therein. .ttm - forth therein that such sslo would t o beneficial to the heirs and all persons interested in said estate. And whereas said administratrix brings Into court here the written consent or all the heirs er said es tate in ims state, mat sucn lice ceo re granted. Whereupon the said Court appointed and assigned thi tth day or March, A. D. ISrC. at the Pro- bate Court Rooms, in said District, to Lear and cide upon said application and petition, and order ed public notice thereor to be given to all per son interested therein, by publishing thi order together with the time and place of hearing, three weeks successively in the Burlington Free Press, a newspaper which circulates in tho nelghborhocd of those persons interested In said estate, all of which publications shall le pre vious to the time appointed for hearing. Therefore you are hereby notified to appear be. fore laid Court, at the time and place assigned, then and there in said Court, to make your objec tions to the granting such license, ir you see cau-o. Given under mv nand, at the Probate Court rooms, this 13th day or Fe!rutrv, A I).. ISC6. T.E. WALES, Judge. w31w3 CHAS. HEN WAY'S ESTATK. TK. THE SUBSCRIBERS, having been 1 1 appointe-1 by the Honorable the Probate Court for tbe District of Chittenden, Commissiocers to receive, examine and adjust the claims and de mands of all persons against the estate of Cha. Benway. late or Bolt n. In said district, rep resented Insolvent, and auo all claims and demand exhibited in offset thereto j and rix months from tho day of the date hereof being allowed by said Court for that purpose, wedo therefore hereby give notice, that we will attend to the business of oar appointment at the dwelling of O. L. Fay, In Bolton, In sa'd District.cn thescsndTufidavs of March and July next, at lu o'clock, A.M., on each or the raid days. Dated this V4tb dav of January. A. D.. IS6 ANDREW WARNKR. i Coram! EDWIN HUMPHREY. ) liocers. w3l3 NOTICE. HIRAM B. FISH, 1 CHITTENDEN COU.NTr vs. SvCOURT September Terra CHARLES CARTY, ) A.D..Ise6. Whereas Hiram B. Fiih or Jericho, of Chittenden County and State or Vermont, at tnlj term ol said court, commenced hi suit against Charles Carty, defendant in an action of account intwocouats, demanding in damage 2,0UO dollar. And wbereas It li made to appear to the Court here that the said Charles Cartv was anient from this State at the eommenevment of thi uit, and ha not had per sonal notice or the pendency of this suit. Therefore, It 1 ordered by the court that said cause be continued to the next term thereof to Le holden at Burlington, on tho first Tuesday of April, A. D.. ISM, and that the aaid Charles' Carty, de fendant, be notified thereof by publishing this no tice containing the substance of said deeiarallo i la the Burlington Free Pre, a public newspaper published at said Bu-Iiogton, three wrest succes sively, the last publication to be at least twenty day before said next term of this court Dated at Burllogton thi 12th dav or Fekruary, A. D., ISCC. A. J. HOWARD. Deputy Clerk. L. F. 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