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THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON VT., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 1G 180G.
Vermont Item'. One of tl:c St. Jobnstury oil cxinranies Las ftruck oil in the Canada oil region, at a depth of 322 feet. The bogs at Bradford arc dyirg with fear ful rapidity Irom eeine unknown and mys terious disease. One mm hes bet eeven tccn. and the diso riroves fatal in almost every cafe. Tbc house of I.utl.cr Page ol Derby was destroved bv Cre las t wceV. The rc origin' atcd frr.ru emoting bam in n barrel. Ker. Henry Jiartyn trcst, late rector ol St. Stephen's church, -Middlebury, and chap lain of tbc ScTcnth Regiment, died at Tbct ford, last week, aged 30 jcars. Lieut Sylvester Burlingame, of Brattle. lioio, late of tbc 9th Regiment, recently was shackling care at the depot, when bis right arm was caught, and tbc bonce so severely fractured that amputation above the elbow became necessary. Tbc citizens of Woodjtock are talking up the railroad from White Kivcr Junction to Rutland, and have apiointad a committee to raise, funds for a purvey of the route. There were more than twenty divorces granted at the recent term of the court at Woodstock nearly half of which wire on account of adultery. They hate bad another fire at Windsor a bouse owned by 1). G Billing on Alain ftreet, was destroyed, and a marble shop torn down to prevent th; fire from spreading. Jlr. K'jcneier Child, the oldest inhabitant ofOastleton. paseed to the bourne from which nc traveller returns, after almosta century of life, hut Saturday morning, His age was 'J9 years, fi months and 23 day For eighty years Jlr. Child hod been a resi dent it Rutland County or ray rby. In 1856 we came to Davenport mo orougattne machine with us. I believe it the first machine ever brought to Iowa. I niD that machine eonctanti fnr nr than fourteen years, on all sorts of work, from the finest dress making t.-i tn t;ior!nz. I quilted a toll-sized white bed-spread with it, New York, March 10. A Washington despatch says tho Treasury iciurimcui vcsieraflv rerelrprt sntinnnct. ment of the death of lion. Luther Havens. vAmcciorot me port or Chicago. mere is rnue.ii tussatistaclion in tho Htb which his ben exhibited three times at the Conn. Regiment, which is retained in ser- F.,,. T. .--1 . .. . Ii ?.L 1 T - r f rrtt . . .. ... wre iu oavannan. incy claim that their term ot service has expired. Another Washington dispatch says forty clerks were dijcha-ged from the Treasury Department yesterday. Gen. Custer, who arrived from Texas yes terday, represents affaire in Texas in a gloo my cjnauion ana aany crowing worse, CAMBRIDGE CATTLE MARKET. Wed3ES.dat Mar. It. By Telegraph to the Free Press. .imount of live stock at aarkct. Cattle, Sheep A Lambs, Fair. It took me three weeks to da it with my other work; but it could" not have been dene by hand in as many years. I have stitched leather with it, and at the time I exchanged it for 193,320, it worked just as well as when maJe. It is nerhani unnecessary forme to add that I believe the Wheeler & Wilson to be vastly su perior to any ether machine made. lours, respectfully, r. rl B. Time tries all things. Use only famishes the final test. Opinions of the skillful may be of value, cut time is neederl to confirm them. All failures have had their advocates. It is cote- worthy tLat the sewing-machine fur which the highest premium was awarded at the World's Fair here in 1653 lone since sunk into oblivion. The past fifteen years has seen numerous ma chines, with high-sounding pretensions, rise with a flounia. confound the simnV anil So will it bo while credulity lasts. The Wheeler & Wilson IVlntunr fiTi.l tinnn the Lock-Stitch" as the one Lt suited tn thi. Thli week Lait week From Vermont Market Beef- ilrttqualitj 611 4JG2 731 6113 -extra tcnt., JI3,GOff$H,CU S1I 220 general purposes of sewing, for beauty, perma- ucuce, elasticity ana economy or thread, and experience has confirmed the preference. It at liberty, then as now, to make a chain-stitch machine; and even now. at a cost of ltss than 10 cents each, oan adapt its lock-etiteh machine to make the chain-stitch as well as the loci stitch; bat, not beliewnr in the stitch. ln steadily refused to give it any kind of endorsement While this Comnanv has riven to Ihn ntiMii. the best fruits of inventive trenius. it has o-uarJ- ed it from a multitude of traps. Attachments have been added for various purposes, a hem ming, binding, braiding, cording, ic , but it has been kept free from all useless comniicatiom. Simplicity ol part.-, and adaptation to the widest range of work, has been the constant aim. In stead of boasting of a variety of useless stitches and movements, it claims to make but one kin.l of stitch.and that with the fewest movements pos sible. Hence the machine may run constantlv for fourteen years, like the Xo. 1 aboie men tioned, or a lifetime, even, and work just as well as when new. With a ecmolication of parts and movements, it woui i require monthlv re pairs and adjustments. As the purchase uf a sewing-machine is, or may be. as act for a lii". tim. cure should be hid n irettinz what time and u-e have approve" ''urn .idttrtiter. New Yopk, March 10. There wag an immense Fenian meeting at a f 1 - T .:.... 1 . . , . r a tory speeches were made by acknowledged Fenian leaders. This morning the Fenian excitement shows no abatement. Twenty distilleries vrcre seized in this city yesterday by the Revenue officers, on account ot the proprietors tailing to pay the impost ctiuu en mc wincey, in mo luicrnai nev cnue law. Tbc charge against the parties win prooiuiy pc invcuigaica to-uay. Tho boiler of a locomotive of a New Ha ven freight train exploded last night at tbc Harlem bridge, killing the fireman and wounding the engineer. louality, Second aualltr. fiosn ftnsn. Third quality $9 00 10 01 Working Oxen, per pair, ;I00. ISO & 250 Cows and Calves, J13, 4;, M e 100 Tearllngv, Two years old, 13 & 45. Three years old, 1(0 070. Sheep and Lambs U62 at market. Prieei.ialot 600 5 10 0 5.7S. Extra selection). ICuO C 800 or fromStofvTDtrlb. jiicc,-ti eje per a.; vausaini a) !S Z2. Pelu, 1 71 8 2,23 each Tallow, EitTJe. RE51AHKS. Cattle. The trains crer th dtfrrnt nuj. rived In rood season, the Vt. and Mast, train came inasoni miani-oi, nringins about too head oreatra etna cattle which sold reality at extra)sK4 prices rrem 13 SO a MSOper cut. We do not quote tho extraaihleh at 14 SO perlcwt. for It wouid not snow a lair siaie or ine market AlthoD'h there were not so many cattle as last week the market was comparatively and slow sale. The weather te In; so warm and the prospect tftherebeln a xood number from the west Is prohablv the cause ot the dull market. The qaalltr Is better when compared There were 550 less aherti at ta&rWt thf. nr!k than there were last qnality lall as sood and prices rather better, none lellin!? nulte ai l..w m li.t wcoa. STORMING THE STRONGHOLDS of prejudice and misapprehension, and carry las all before it CaisTanoao's naia dt pursues Its march of success. Like those or the Union, IU colors are thecyaossreiof every eye, iti victories luvexo stiix. It turns tbonfenis of he:di, and charms la numerable hearts. Containing no caastlo element, it cannot ia,-nre the hair or blemish the skin. Man udctured by J. CRISTADOHO, Ho, t Aitor House, Ifew-rorlc. EM It druen.. Applied by all Hair DresiCT. dawlm. QroTaTioxot CaNAM.iv Skck. Tho fol- loCing eatisfactory answer was given by a 'drx . anaec 10 a at Jonn merchant. SiHTtbe wcreliant : "What do the Feni ans expect to J'' w,t'1 Canada, should they take it ? ' "Well." Mid tho anke, aficr a little het-itation, "1 don't ccclly know, but it is retorted tint they are ci'."'13 t0 2,,e " 10 iL. .: . 1 c. ... . rlr.m iuv ij iiiiif I iairi mr rirn nn ram '" Ntsscnytr. iv. OF THE WHISK. BV TELEGRAPH. New 1'oki, March 12. Tbc World savs it is circulated that 25,- 000 men who bavo seen service would re spond to a Fenian call in tbis city alone. It is known that 16,000 cartridge boxes and knapsacks were bought at auction last week from a house in Park place, and quantities ol arms and ammunition are ticmg negotia ted for, from day to day, by officers detailed for that purpose. Telegraphic operators will no doubt be needed. It is probable that Lul. Ireeshan will command the lirsi reman regiment from this city, and a well known southern cavalry officer tbc cccond. An artillery regiment is also ocmg organ kol and an independent bcttaliun for ppecial service under command of Col. Murphy. A dispaU'i from Aibany Lc Vorld f- inforar n lun been received that nnt ". " - 1 ca, and 2000 nCcs are -t,-; ton. Vt., waiting the ani ..! o the Fenians. jlosTRUL, March 8. iTie moinins papers saT that last niht orders were reccited by the Militarv author ities to call out 10,000 volunteers within 24 hours, and that last night guards were sta tioned at tle Armories and cerything put in a state of defence for any cmcigencv. Tbc customs officials made a desce. ' on the liquor smugglers on Friday uftcrno.',ni and secured as many as fuur sets of tin cant' liilett with spirits upon tlx- persons of the fmugglcre. The assortment of contraband jackagi-snow in pogfessin ol custom offi cers, wonld make a muum. It compri.rs tin cans for wearing on the buck, sides, stomach, and legs ; bottles, oyster cans, demijobns, jugs, krgs, caeks, barrels, tor pedoes, flasks', pocket pistol, Ac. ic. Many of tbese articles ate curiously and in geniously constructed, and tbey vary in size from a quarter to forty gallons. The cans are worn by both nun and women, tbc latter placing them where the ofEceH would not be permitted to Kn.'ch without com promising ore ncy. Uaensrq Journal. New York, Mar. c-. Mexican correspondence savs the coantrv in the ncighborbojd of faniivico is entirely in po.ffion of the Liberals. Communica tion with San I.uh l'otoi was cnt otT, but it has probably Uen re-opened iu ounee quence of an Imperial movement in that direction. Maximilian has created the grade of Field Marshsl, and Gen. Mrjia will be tbc appointed. Nxw Yorx, Mar. 12. A Washington despatch says Gen. Spin. ncr states that there is only tntnty-thrce million in tbc National Ranks belonging to the government lr.t-tiau of seventy millions as relicvcsl liv Controller Clarke. Kxtctisivc tireparations arc making for th celebration ol St. 1'atrick's Day in tbis city and iirookiyn. A Washington diipatcb proaounces premature tbc report that the coin of the Kiflmi.mJ lianks carried on tho time ot the rebel evacuation ol that ci.v has been res- tored to tbo?c institutions. It is still in the National Treasury, and its disposition i raid to be vet an undetermined matter. VnuctNT Sheet i.n Bsazil It ie nearly a Tear since we announced that Dr. 15. Oeo. L onng, President of the N. E. Agricul- tu tal Society, sent ov l'ruiosor Agassiz a Dn cnt of five merino sheen to the Emperor af . "Jrazil. We have before us tho report of Sr. MarcocdcH, the Itraziliau Minister of Agrk "ulturo and Public Works, which. amont ' much interesting intormation con cerning " tbc progress ol agriculture, rail roads A c., in Israzil, contains a prominent notice of tie important gift of Dr. Loring to the Em oci or, Don (Vdro This gift, in the eyes c 'he Brazilians at Kio, had a si"nihcance of "ood will !yund tbc mero value, great si that is, fur t.looded sheep. They regarded it . a graceful cuptribution from the North" American republic to the young and growing empire of Sjuth Amer ica. We are informe 1 hJ a, Sen'leinan who was present on the a Tmal of tbcce thceP that tbey caused tbeli ell,est ntirest m the Emperor, the .Minister of Asnculture and tbeproprieton. of tbe sx'utbern provinces, who are engaged in b bee,"1 raising. They were assigned by the 1 'mpt ror to the Pro vince or Kio Grande do Sul, which borders upon tbc sheep lands e t Uruguay and tho Argentine Confederation ; but on account of the war with Paragm -y- Majesty had them placed on one the plantations of the Baron of Maua, nca t Kio da Janiero, where they are moatafiidu'j cared for by the Baron s planter, Mr. J ihn Hayes, for-me-ly of Newport, K. I. C toe of tbc ewes died fiom injuries on shipls but the other three -are fat and tlou. ybing," hav ing tiucc their arrival presentee, 'tbc Emperor ot Brazil five lambs. We quo to from Sr. Marconde's report on tbc imp. "ovement of the ovine race the following 'By the kind offices of Profeoor Jgassiz thc distinguished sarant who is no IT cxplor ing Brazil, there were received in Aril, 1PC5, three ewes and one lam, w Inch we.'o offered to His Maiestv the Emperor, by Dr. Geo. B. Loring, President of tho New En gland Agricultural Society. This fine race of sheep is the new product of careful breed ing on the part of Mr. Edwin Hr.mmond of Vermont, who, as the result of Jiycat care and well directed observation, succeeded in quadrupling tbc wool, and the vcijjbt of these ebeep, which arc distinguisbe-d by the superior qujlitv of the wool, by ihe mutton equal to the fcnes: rjigusn urcuuo mu offer tbe advantage of being economical feeders and of enduring extremes of cli male. In the great Industrial Exhibition at Ham burg, in 1503, the first premium for wool was (notwithstanding the competition of the great sheep raisers of England, New Holland and Gcrmanv) awarded to Mr. Campbell of Vermont." Tbe wool was the product of the above mentioned breed ot sheep, which now are esteemed the Tcry first class. I have received from His Majesty orders to thank Geo. B. Loring for hi? very valua ble present, and His Majesty tbc Emperor furthermore assigns these precious animals tn R.n Grande doSul in order that the wool culture of that Province may be tnereby im proved." 2sew IlAJirsuiRE Election- Tuesday resulted w expected in tbe clcrtion of the Ro- Wicaa c-adidatc for Governor, Smyth, by 1,11 . -created majority. Keturns thus far in dicij majority of Cioro than 5.000 for Sm h" Tbc Republicans har carried all the Ctc "valine, nine oo sh - ators, and the House. New Vobk, March 8. Steamer Jura from l.iverjool 24th, vis. Quecnstown Feb. 25th has arrived. The American lupijuet in Ljndon on tbc 22d in honor of MTashington's birth day wa attended by about 200 ladies and gentlemen. Mr. Freeman Morse, con -ml to London pre sided. Among tbc gues;s were Minister Adams, Hon. Geo. Polsoin, Prof, ti old win Smith, Cyrus W. Field, AVc. Letters of s- gret were rend from bright and other distin guished men. The usual toasts and Senti ments were drank. Mr. Adams confined his jch to a brief expretsiun of thanks and patriotic aspira tions. An extraoidinaiy meeting of tbe Atlan tic Tele-grapli Company will be held March 8th, to receive explanation ol arrangements and agreemcuts with c infractors, relative to the laying of the Cable the coming season. On the 23d, in the House of Common?, Mr. Gladstone said no recent communication bad taken place relative to a joint squadron on the Cuban coast, to stop tbc slave trade. Lsdouchcrc had called attention to tbc Neutrality laws between England and France, and argued that the interests of hu manity required their revision, and cited the cases of Confederate privateers as evidence. After some debate tbc Attorney General admitted, but defended tbc British govern ment and trusts tho American people would sec ultimately that it was only desirous of maintaining peace. Tbtegovcrnment had no objection, and inact adrfsed Mr. Adams of its willinjrncse.to consider tbc question with the American government, with a view to adjustment of difficulties. Mr Walker asked if the government had made any representation tn the American government relative to the Fenian proceti.- ; ings in America. Mr. Gladstone regretted that the subject had been brought up. Tbe government had no knowledge of any proceedings to justify tbcm in making representation to tho Amer ican government. Ho believed public opinion in America condemned tbe movement. It would be un dignified to rcmocstrateas lone as no public .act was committed amounting to a breach of liifl neutrality Lawi. Tbe Irish police continue making arrests of ausjxwtcd Fenians and troops continue to bo L3 Ireland. The cattle nlauc is still increasing. The latcat weekly return fhows 13,000 cases, J tbe largest -jet.. TVasuijiGton, March 12. Tbe prominent objections to tho proposed coortitutiunal amendment submitted bv tbe joint Committee of Reconstruction and -de feated in the Senate were, first it was open to evation as was admitted by many of those who advocate it : stand it carried into tbe constitution in express words tbc idea of inequality in human rights ; third it recog nised in tbc State the power to disfranchise on account of race or color. Senator Sumner has drawn up the follow ing tir-'posed amendment to which neither of these objections is applicable, and which has recti ud tbe approval of many IcadiDg Congress nun. Representative!) shall be apportioned among the several Slates which may be in cluded within this Union according to their respective ne.mbeis, which shall bo dctci mincd by taking tbc w hole number of pcr sens and excluding Indians not taxed, I'rondtd, That no male citizens over the ag.- of 21 ye-ars, shall be excluded from the elective franchife in any State except for par ticipation in rebellion. The bans of repre sentation therein shall be reduced in the pro portion which tbe number thus excluded bears to tbc whole number of male citizens of tbc L'nited States over the age of 21 Tears in such State." Senator Wilson has also prepared a pro posed nuicndment to the Constitution which will be offered as a substitute for that pro posed by Mr. Doolittl-. It re-ada thus : " Representatives shall be apportioned among the several Sta'es aordmg to the number ol male citirens over 21 years of age liaving tbc qualifa'cations requisite for tbe electors uf tbe mut numerous branch of the State Legislature. Citizens possessing iikc qualifications, disfranchised for any par participation in any rebellion, and persons ot like age not naturalized. The number of representatives shall not exceed one for everv one hundred thousand of actual pop ulation, but each State shall have at least one Representative."' An olhcial statement of tbe interference by the U. S. troops with the firemen's parade at New Orleans tn the 4tb, shows that a band preceding a company played incessantly tho rebel air known as "the bonny blue flag." This might baTo been tolerated bad it not been that the company carried a blue flag on which were 11 stars with a large one in the centre, indicating the plajcd out Con federacy Orber measures of retrenchment arc speci fied and the attention of all commanding officers is called to tho absolute necessity for onoiny. Uoston .Market YfzDxrsDir. Mar. 14. FLOUR The arrlral r.f Finns barn hsn tar f.ir the season, principally from Canada, but altar the Lth the reoelDta from that Quarter will be comnar- atlvelr lisbt. Western tuDer&ne 17 iS 7 so i com mon extras at 8 SO a 9 : medium do it 7S B 1 1 i and cood and choice. Including Michlran.Geneuct, Canada and TCLconsin at 11 12 So bbl. a few favorite brands Canada selling at 13 tm 13 7S l bbl St, Louis Floor 13 a 17 21 p bbl, a few favorite brands selling at ! SO 45 17 IS Y bbl. In Crru Alcal sales at 4 SO Y bbl. Tor ood ihippin: brsnJs. In Rye Flour the sales have been conanrd to :mall lots. Buekuhett Is tellin; at 4 93 V 100 tbs. GRAIN The arrivals of Corn have ben unlio large Tor some days past, and fuxtherjconsiiierabie supplies are now at hand. Th sales jf u 'tern yellow hate neon at 88ffl0O3,aud Wert racked at So ittbSc ? buih. OaU :tta in U . d oand and prices horthera and IViada at u ef 6io tcr common and cood. anl Fr l IU'.- irj Island at 5S!COel bush. Rj is . . in..: 1 lot at 93c a SI lbush. White Crans .. to been rather dull with moderate sales at -' ' B 1 7Mormartovr and extra pea. Canada Teas ha 'O been sola at I 3o S 1 45 f bosh, as to qnality. ISarley has been lellingat Jl a I 10 pbiitifor good Canada Eait and West, but ordinary qnal.iji? quite dul". bhorts have been arrivloc more freely and have been sold at 127025, Fine Feed Is scarce and urieesara nominally 30 0 3; and Middlings 33 a Z6 ts ton. rnOVlelO.N'S. Ta market for fork Ii dull and prices hare ruled in favor of hu) ers. The sales have been at t 03 to for prime ; t:&30 lor mess i and $30 fJ3 for clear, cah. Ueefis held firm, but itock email and the ales have beea mod erate at Sir 020 for Wtetn men; it tt 21 for extra mess and $24 0 26 for familj extra, cau. Lard Is steady, with a fair demand, and tales at Ifj a 19.0 f a,as tooualitv, tn bbia and tlertc", and21cinkei Smoked liams have been in fair aemanc at 19 nr rje f 3. osn. iiat lew llc;i ar rlvicr. and the buiinetj isabov over for the saji n The sales have been at 13 V 13Je V lb, cub lseiud-' cnoice 101 ai me latter, xiuiicr is scarce ana very firm. Tbe file' have been at 40 4f 300 foroomxuu and rood Sew York and Vermont dairies, and s for choice. Common ranees from 33 43, a. to qnality ; and Western 21 OC Xc If O Cheese I'J C 23c for common, and prime factory made "cIIIb; at 22 e ao y a. WOOL. Tbe demand for fleece and polled Wool has been fair, but prices have ruled In fainr of OBers ana nave ratner aaunnwart lenaeccy. Tbe ultf bare been So0.( its at frcm Ai tf lie for nesco up to sv,rorchol:e KMaeiter extra. In eanada combine sales oflv j at Sic. and inoo !1 uoiu pulled at coc a. ACOL'RII, COl.D.OIt SORE TlIltOAT Ittquirtt immediate attention and $koulJ b clucked. If alloured to continue. irrltutlcn ol the I,uug, a Permanent nroni .iiectioii. or an Incurable Tynnn; I)Kcae is orvo run rcsilt Bromi's ESronchinl Troches uavixaa niaxcr l.trLcixci o.t ina rants, oiva I o ItronchitN, Astlitua, fntnrrh. Con oumptlic und Throat Disease, vaocnxs axe tskd wiru Ar.wavs coon scrct- SlNGERSAND PCBUC SPEAKERS will ial Trxkn usefal in eieariac tb toico Khen taken before Sinsln; or 8eakinj. aad rellevb tbe throat after an unusual exertion of tbe vocal orjwu. The TrecKtt are recommended and prs ecribed by Physicians, and have had testimonial from eminent men throah ut the country. Dclnj an article of true merit, and bavin: irotrd thtlr efflcaey by a tet of many veari, eeh j ear t nd them In new localities in varioat parUof tbe world and the 7eear are unit tn ally pronounced better than other articles. Obtaw tnly "Caow.Vs BacviHiar-Taoceas." and do not take any of the nv-r;.,, naitm that may beoSered. Sold ererywkero in the United States. BKANDRETH'S PILLS. I vplitevt. a . DII'IITHERI.lIn InSammitory aflVeUoas, when n3lleedlns Is permitted, a fret n0f there ! Pills soon modifies the alarmlnr symBtoms, and Persereran.-e. aeeordins to the direction. r,,w quUlycarei. and certainly nothln; Ij rlikel In ! using Brandreth's Pills. For cold Influenza, dlph- ' theria, pains of the head, dizziness and apoplexy, 1 n medicine can bo compared to them. Ineryslpe lis, fever and aae. small-pox, ami la all tho dl eues of childhood, their uso Insures a speedr I recovery of health. They produce these remits lltnnlv tv t .In.. ,1 ., , , r-j -v ma viwi us impurities, Icavln: THIS VITAL FLl'ID I'RKFJ. to aid a weak Iocalltj"to recover Its proper aat nocejsiry "lutus" or health. ElUNDRETITS PILLS have affinity for u SUBIECT MATTER OF DISEASE, and cansolta CEKTJl.Y EXPULSION FROM THE BOHT. Jan. 26 dawlmo. WO.VT USE A XV OTHER. Tho last an the tet ; tho risht arUcle finallr : everybody likes It i Is purely vejetable i restores srey hair In four weeks.or mney refaaded. It will do It every time. Three appllaitlons wilt ears all humors of the icalp. Ask for WEBSTER'S rEGETJULEIfJin WIOORAEORbA. don't take any other. EORSJl.E BV JU. DRUGGISTS. w2ms jgfflat Qotitts. JAMES MARSIIS' ESTATE. (I UK Ilonorabls tke i.J i .-robateCeurtforthe the PHOPRirroas of the IF1E IBS FSKII OFFICE, STATE OP vrmrnvp District of Chittenden, 'ss. ' Uutriet of Chittenden. taiV J t P"0" . interested in the es. df.trr.Sf a .,fae JMr1. lte of Jericho, in .aid v. i uru( Ail1?' 9urt h" aulsao-1 thoVihaJ'of .tt.'0T Resettlement of the administra Sm .?.Ua.t cf " executor ct tho last Siie. 5lSii-,J5f,,s5.et 5M i-'l. ad ordered K?..Gt fe thrf o Hven to all persons In isresteu In IA vt.ii Vi at tSi pf'?.00" b"hr ao8d to appear 51" "J tourt room., la Burllnston. on the z asiipied, then and there to contest tho allew anc of said account if you see cause. AD.TlKtf" mT hSnd' ttb 15ta(lyoflh, T. E. WALES, Judre. Foreign Countries, at 33 ceats per box. and ALLt'UOK'.S I'OKOr.S PLASTERS. CURE LL'HrUUO, PAINS OF THgSIDE, VASU WlbE VEINS, SORE CHEST, ac. An Kltetrldan, who has (Treat experience their ttT:ts in local rheumatism, in tie dolertax and dr. p-xated nerroos and other paint, "axd In U'.etioos of tbolidiM;.ete, ete., attributes a3 tho r ndatlre, ttimuUtire, aid pain-relleTtn: effect: to their fmrit onalitlu. II. v "'"-ore the health electric endit-ua (cquUlbrlua) of the part, and that be'n; restore), pain and mor- oil aetloo oeaw. lami aara. Ilrandrelh House. New Voik, Nor. 3, litM. T. ALireH'K A Co Gentlemen . I lately suStretf severely from a weakness in my baek Havinc; heard your Plasters much recommended ia cajes of this kind I procured one, and the result was all that I onuld desire. A sinjle Plaster eared me In a week. Yours, Respectfully. J. O. DUIQUS Ueneral Axecey, Drandreth House, New York. Sold by ail Dealers in MeJieiu. dawlm EXIST n.iTCHELoifs hair nvK THE BEST IN TIIK WORLD. Harmless, relia ble, Inttactaaei us. the r niy perfect dye. No dis appointment, to r.dicu.i us tints, true to satire, black or brown. iVfrnnr ttpud trait. n A. Bilcktlmr. Also, Regenerated ilract or mll)ef.cur pteserves and beautifies the I a r, j reserves I an tes'. Sold by all dturstt . rt Ur ' Barcely Et.N.Y dawly. A IIOUSEHOLU XKCtWITT FOR THE USE OP ii!riio-s Catarrh S Which, In the Erst stages of a cold acts Headache, Hoarseness, Diphtheria and e r.yes, nearness. Bad Tato and Smell, bein; the result of Catarrh. This snuff removns and prevents nil tneee, an I Insures a healthy Head Its effects are pleasant and sap) evenfrinfaats who f from FnaSc... Ittui tho highest profMonal testimonials, by all Drnjsiits, or lent by Mail to all parU fjrxteects ftr One Box, er tl for four Boxes. Address, JAS. DUKNO. P. 0. Box 1234, Wholes-lie, by D.BARNES C3..2I Tark UoV, If. s- dwSm. II U X K V II E I .11 S , Manufieturer of R1m.EjI.1H T.l itiji: s With PalMt Hnrn Ux Hrx f.,.kl,.n Patent Pockets and all th lit.t iun,.ir.m..f. Any queftiombr rail Immediately answered by Hh-NRY HEIJIS.No. 10 Sudbury St Jan. I'j w6m Boston. tthimts & Sues. NEW rsnruME FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. ENLARGED THEIR BUILDING d J4nt u lliir ,rmrTtactllUr Jlii.r LARGE AND FAST SSSci Cylinder Press, moll K-fnff,. I U NSW ana 05NAJI3NTAL FONTS of TTPS LARGE AND SMALL, xooute Orders fiir all cie. nptUms of CHARLES MCXEIL'S ESTATE. t-TATEOFYERMONl. minEHnu.the Vrn. 1 MeNiel K?l'"'r,.?:UT.titi la tte of Charles ( MeMel, late of Charlotte, In said District, decei,- orUrnien";,?';,ConKrt hsth "te thV"th d".y tSneae&Snre'Th restTtnent ofh.Ie.M??.' 0f "2. ad that public net .V.. Vi1 dci"e1. "! ordered Iblr."-""!1". notlaed to appear at I day assimel then .nTlt' m. Bl""aston, on tbe ,iLe.TlvJ'nan?-Ule to contest the all ,w. AT v acoount, iryou s-e cause A.GD:e1nr1'rmrkla'' f Mareh, w37w3 T" 11 WALES. Jud-s. 1'iioTOCRirii Ctcas. A cood idea. Messrs. If. II. Lloyd & Co. of L'l John St. .New York. tbe celebrated Map Publishers, are deliveries tbc best carl riiotozraphs of every description. at any post office, fret of postage, to clubs or dering one hundred cr more, for Sfl a 100. An; lady or gentleman can send for an assorted 100 at ones, or send for a catalogue and join their friends in ordering from it. Ibis is a rare op portunity to fill tbe albums with vhoiee pictures. Ten Photographs are added to every hundred fer the getter up ot tbe club. wit .Harriet!. In Burlln;ten, Feb. 1.1th. IW, by the Rev. Sir. MeCaulIy, MJ. C 31. Iolan.tu Sirs. Ellen 31 Molt, of Burllnrton Vt. ERRORS tlP VOUTE A gentleman who suffered f r j kat fr m Nerve us i Djbiair, Preteitare De-ay. a-H a . the effects ..r I yoathtsl Indiscretion, will for the -iVt tl sanVrin: I bnnanlty, seed free to al! who i,.l t. tSe recipe j and directions lor making tbe mi ,r .-cmedy by nhteh be was cored. SunVres wuhlns; to roit l y UKMvuttter'aezrexltaec.caBdo ao by addrai- ins. io perfect oonndtnee. JOHN B. 06 DEN, whs. No, 13 Chamber St., Hew. Yorl. Died. In Milton, March 10, IK, Olive Ward, wife of tbe ateUUliam Vfard. ajed rt. In this city Friday, March th, Jnlins, Uenry A. and Julia Clark, ared 10 months. .Special polices. i or HAIR MARTHA WASIIINCTOX ' RESTORER. Wool 1 you have daik anl lustrous locks, and vte With beauty's queen, tbe odde of the iky r Or Is your beauty fadin; to decay. our raven tresses passing fa;t away r Is ;e drawing too untimely ntar; Do silvery locks upon your btadsppear." Then why cf youthful beauty, why detpalr When there's a balm for every tilvtry Lair i Time's sorrows, fever's ravages it blesses so re reitorer of those missing tiees ! From her btlgbt kcka the immortal name It wen Of Hair Restorer -''MaavnA Wasni.tcve.v !" Then hie to the Store juit across tbe way. And get a bottle with tho least delsy. Solo Evcavwaeac Fries 11,00. bIMONDS a CO., Prcprietets . Fitiwilliam N". It. March II. wly ft - ctcatB' I. Skw Yob 13. H-.n'er from Savancah 9th Nsv AaK, JIarcli 6 Twentj millions of legtl tender paper arc j to DC lesucu Dj tec imperial uervcruuicni ot Mexico. Tho Belfiian trooi refuKd to fight under the Imperial Gen. Mcndez, whoshot Ortega. Bazaine wanted to have every Efvh man ol the offenders shot, but the Empress inter fered in their behalf. Kazainc is said to have intimated that he thought there must bo war with tbe United States. Heavy detachments have been sent to Qoeratoro and San Lun I'otoct. 'Ii.- i .. . Jtrald states that the Sa aoah md Ogccdico Canal is now in full ! operation. Gen. Foster is concentrating the deUe.li ment of troops in various parts of Florida into garrisons by rejinicnts. The 34th Colored regiment is bcinj muv tered out at Jacksonville. dl have a,nv J00 majjritr in rp.Tir Goou. Jlartford Ca-irdnt state, as what it km. " 'o U a fc' lhat Prcoident Johnson .'t.'v k"'ains from V.-y lntoiieatia" Iifiuors." for .t. "'t how O 1 OUU. i It long at a time, does the C ovrant think . the President limits himsc If to water, he . "' Washington. Springfield j "iejruili can. New Orlxass. Mar. 7. Gen. Scott is still here. It is rumored that Gen. Stcadman will succeed Gen. Canbj here. Recruiting for the Liberal army in Mexi co is poing on here. Frcedmcn'e affairs in Texas are progress ing favorably. Montreal, March 9. The call for 10,000 Canadian Militia is enlbusastically responded to. Kirly Thurs day morning, news was received from all parts of the country, that their quotas would ready for active service at a moment's no JT doubt three times the number coul'dbebad ai? days' notice. FitEiGirr. The Itutland Heritld says : " It Is a rare spectacle to so : tbe numerous freight trains of tbe Vermont O aitral road now daily passing over the Kutlac d & Burlington road, and vesterday we saw a lot mldable trcight train frcm tho Passumpsic at indmg on the, track near our Depot. AU the Sew Tork reight from and for the Centra 1 road at Mont pelicr and points above, now passes over the iiatland s. Isarungton read. MoxtasiL, March 9. The whole roluntcer force oj this citv traded last evening. Strong guards are "d In all the alleys ana p mo.v- "'the city aUnlgtit. mwj P'4-'" ( naao to gun -j Fenian suypt. posu tbrou tion is bcu A Curiosity lor the Ladles. There is cn exlibitoa at the salesroom of Messrs. Wheeler & Wiuot, Nov C25 Broadway, the first Ecwinc-machixo (Xo. I ) made by that Company, the present nuci'acr beintr 220.000. Let the interested eta para th ruaehine sold in 1851 for S125 witb tiuat no nffrred for S 53. The former owner ef this" pii tcbine given its his tcry as follows : This machine wis EnIAni earl y in 1851. and I learned its use- from Mr. Vila on himself. I ai thus, you see, the first tt wcr k the TVheeler i Wilson machine, and learn ed on the first ma chine they ever manuXacturu u In ISM I earned with tke machir. e 8295, be side doing my own boneewt .rk and tmkini; cart nr x'oRK.Mar, 9. 0f the Gee court The Tribune's wportc. fttt tbe iaartialatPle.6h..U. t at IcflBt trial will cost tho U0Tem- , f tfa $100,000. The testimony tW Troccution is replete with liti. ' lyirx equalled by the developments or tn,. court martial. WiRnutcroN, March 9. Tho most interesting portion of the evi dence taken before the joint reconstruction committee, will be that of sub committee on Tiu.N. C, which is ready for presentation on the Teturn of the Chains&n, Senator Howard. k l. . .Mhmnnv is Lee, wbowill disclose the fact that although v. ,:i.e hi. n.th tn the L. S be always avoided aw earing allegiance to tbe rebel gov ernment. that of Rob't E. W-jemscTON, Mirch 13. Alex. II. Stephens is now on tho way to Washington irom Georgia. An order hai been issued by tbe Assistant Commissioner of Frcedmen'a afl'aira at Charleston, in which it is said tho grants of land to freed people in compliance with Gen Sherman's special field order will be regarded as cood and valid, while arrange ment will be mado to accomodate tbe former owners on other lands not otherwise appro priated. All of those Senators who have heretofore acted with the Union party, were invited to meet in caucus this morning, and there was a general attendance including Messrs. Doo- httle. Stewart and Lane. ine procceuiogs of the caucus were not public, but it is un derstood that there was a manifest desito to preserve harmony among the Union Senators. On motion of Mr. Vi ilson tbe tanou proposed Constitutional amenamenta were referred to the Union Senators on tho Com. of Reconstruction, with instructions to re port a proposition which will if possible re ceive me unitcu eupjiuii ut mc wwu Gen Sherman has written a letter which Gen. Grant approves, recommending the en listment of a thousand Indians to serve as mounted scouts on the Irontiets. Sew Yore, March 14 a Wain'mpton despatch say the report o tbc U. S. Revenue Commission in regard to tl, relations of foreizn trade to domestic industry and internal Revenue will be sent to Congreta to-day by the Secretary of tbe Amonr? other matters it cives a review of th. mniH nro?rcsj that ha been made here , m-inufacturing enterprise, showinjr the tendency westward of the wealth of the county, and taking ground m favor of a liberal pelicy on the part ot employers in RALLY THE SYSTEM. After a dlseaec has been conquered, there ii itlll tbe weakness that ltleavesbehindlttobe removed. Convalescence It a tedious atfalr. If tbe enfeebled and flaccid musclti, the shattered nerves, the thin and watery blood could speak, tbey could cry for help. Iu too many cases such LIp as i .'.'a them is not of the right kind. TheSeryitia i. i.'.s of commerce do harm. They kiniie a temporary flame, which is a mockery. . e." e wt puses, and the lait state ofhlmrae hem is nore than tbe firit. Not such Is the eject of Hosrrrrria's Svouacu Bimas. There Is no drawback to their tonlre; properties. Balsamic plants and barks and roots contribute their restorative Juices to render this soothln: and itrensthenlnj preparation a raonc vivzand aiaiDUL scent. Its basis Is the only pure stimulant which has ever been produced con talnins no f cil or any other I ment. Tbe most careful and skillful chemists bare analysed the Bitters, aad pronounced them barm-lets. This It tcientilc testimony i butHhe testimony of tbe hcndredi of thonrands who have, experienced the preventive and curative effects of tbe Gnat I'tjtttslt Tonic and Jtttratixe of modern times it still more conclusive. In fever aad ejus, dyipep tia, billouiness, nervous complaint', seneral debil ity, and chronic complaints It Is as nearly Infallible as anythnlg la this fallen world can be. Sold everywhere. Mar.9 dawlw I'EItR Y'S .MOTH AXIS I'llEl'KbKM) Tiei.V-Chloasan, orMothpatcb. (also Uvenpot,) and Leatlco, or Freckle, are iften very ann ylnr. particularly to ladles of light ecupleil. n. lor the dlexlored spots show ntore plainly cn the taee uf a bljaoe than a fcroa ttc , u; :lir great1 mar the beaatr of either , and any preparation that wUIeftVetaaily retu'-vo them without injuring the teatare or color f the stin is i. crr!ainl a uetide ratiia. Dr B. t'. Perry, eb Lai n.a e dicatcto the tkla a specialty, hat dlreovered a remedy for these discoloration, which is at once pru.pt Infal lible and hamleas. Prepared only by B. C. PERRY, Dermal lof," .Vo. 19 BoM Street, Xaw Tork, aad for sale by all drasjiM '. price fa per bottle. Call for PERRY'S MOTH and FRKe K'.B LOTION. Sold by all Oratzltti in Burlington. Dee. IS. wm fiaiLBUKX Uavinf had freqaent oecatiunj to use PSRRT DAYl? PAIN KILLER roncout ii Boaaa. aadaeeinx.it need by others, I ai. tbatlre Zrd it at th best preparatkn citant whe-i tried ha UaM.ee in be tot aUgta f that very nteralent ooea plaint. I reeonuaend all persons who have, or use horses, to have It eonttaatly on hand for eases af uamasuey. For tbe hmaean family, both a an internal and eiternal remedy, tha Pain Killer iso taably knera tbat It at alixat anlate to eait attentieo to it. Feb- Trnly yours, 8. STEWART, Drasrirt Fie1 roa, 0. wlrso Bv MAKE YOUR 0YX SOAPt t-avlnj and Usinp yonr Waste Crcanc. Buy One Box cf the Penn'a Salt Manufacturing Ce.'s S 1 J O .V 1 T I E If (Pttentt of lit and Etb, Feb., 1U9.) or CONCENTRATED I.YE I It w'U make 10 POUNDS of excellent ntrd Soap, or 25 GALLONS of the very bert Soft Soap, for only about 31 CENTS. Directions on each box. For sale at all Dm: and Grocery Stores. Directions. Putonetoxof SaponlBer Into three cillor-s of water, (knock off the end, and let th box boll until It empties Itself", then take oat the box,) add four and a half posndt of fat, and let It tU 2 hours and 10 minutes. Then add a small half pint of salt, and let it continue bollinj 33 minute lon;er, when you add half a gallon of let waler, and let It come to a boll. Pour a small tumblerful of cold water Into a tub or box to wet it round tbe-sldes, then empty thi soap In ; to stand all nlsht, and cut In bars In the morning. Soft Soap. Made lathe same way, with the exception addlnc; fifteen cations .of water and nu salt, yea nfirfft an iron ltf. Mar. C dantmot. "iii v.MK.ixii vui.no vor Komi." DR. L.1.VGLKV S ISoot and Herb Killer. A-TANDARI) MEDICINE, -without the pos sibility of a doubt the lett remedy known fur the fullowio: and all kindred disease .Indi gestion, C stivecees. Liver Complaint, I lies, a-. Ilrattborn, Dyspepsia, Ditiiaese, Scrotal, Salt I'Vam, Lanjuor, Laainent, Debility, Jaundice. Flatulency. Humors, Foal Stomach, tt. By the timely use of this rood ieine the blood I pariaed. The .ppit.te is restored. Thesyatem Is sttenctbeaed. The liver la InTicorated. The breath Is sweetened. The complex ion ia beautlSed. And the seatral health is restore J. A gentle laxative. An agreeable tonic. A splendid appetiser. A harraleat KimulaaU A re viver f droopins spirit. Sold by all Dealers in Medicine everywhere t36m6 S.MOI..lXIER'S EXTRACT HL'CKU Cure Kidn Disee S.MOI.AXIERS EXTRACT I1CCKU Cures hheumatism. S.MOI.AXDEIf S EXTRACT Ill'CKl' Cures Urinary Diseases. S.MOMXWEIfS EXTR 1CT Ill'CKl' Cures Gravel. SMOI.AXIER'S EXTRACT IIl'CKU Cure Strictures. The BEST Fluid Extract BOCKV now before tbe public. ISSMOLJSIJER'S. For all disesses above, and for irEAKXESS and M.VS X.V THE BACK, FEMALE COMPLAIXTS, and disorders arlsins from EXCESSES OF AXY A'.D, It Is perfectly ISI'ALUJBLE. For sale by ill Apothecaries ev erywhere. PRICE O.Vf DOLLAR. TRY IT! TAKE XO OTHER ! BcRLtian A Eocxrs, Wholesale Droirsltti. S6 Uacorer street, Bosloa, General Agents. Jan 1. 1566 nlr irtw 'notion StaaSv "03 5" NlJiUOOO '0 '0 artp; 'rtBfii!idi5 '.dJ,i ' 01 II3SSIH3 KIUIIO in joi laonawip tmi 1IP 'ttspsrua IT aq pjos J Jap atu n u ujaoti3 pun ana v P"" -"aaj 'jpioj 'dnoi.o aniqinu 'tapiS '!ntn justqiooi 'iiistpsaii '.! 1I ut aa3V 'viSp" ns 'mnivranau'i 'vurniiY 'l0Jtu. jo 'rnnouotil rqSnoo 'uqjjra m IIP Jcraa SVOIMRV : s.tnua : ff.iourr . g.ioaa IM11 IS.II'I Itfjn ITCHt ITCH! ITCH! Scratch ! Scratch ! Scratch WHEATON'S OINTMENT WILL CD RE THE ITCH IN HOURS. , '. . iS Tnerhante and I t.fc,-r It recommends pecifio duties and Alto cure Salt Ratrie, Ulcus, Cbililais. and appends a schedule of proposed changes o! . aUEaornoas or thi 8i. Price "M eents. For .1 v i :n ihn tariff. it A-t.t . By aendln? 60 oentt to WEXKS POTTJSR, Gea. AceaU, 170 Waahlnstoa street, Boston, It will be forwarded by mall, tree of peetsp.to any addreti la tke United BUtes. 0t, ISeS-dawlyr duties and provisions in the tariff, Use Roofs Pesteehine, and the hair will not all. American life Drops 4 Colds bo mors. i"'PI 'PI3SoiJd5 'aioiJUdojj aps '-OO V inXXIHS XIH30 tiicsjaia ii n3 no ns enjoeiM.j tuntiaoa Jiq aqi roj uotivndaid jjijio oji paattinioA SultiaJfr paw JJOtn lMjMd f itt an nqn 'rui Jj nl ntnraainbAOM annul .tt 'nrst qi umi JOU fil pai 'Mupiiq tuna 'pjmnjJJd AHnrtqinap n "rt" ot to tosvJirp ii auna pars -nruponp oioraaj ipsta HP ! jvim "I punoj i rpn Tl Snpsaip io; vm j')tqaqtti !Jfonrt'iraoijjmqJ01jJ !'' erqi oj roOJ pvapTfjo r.l ol Sv3 moy laSurrp !'pin "II Jo OJTI qi tsiMsaiU aruviia.i t.uwa :rm?r ;ivrt;i . eivail ixoon txoou iioon XMT)(p -T331 'IS T IW.toa jnattrjvarj japun apjmu jr 01 tO!jl 0 paTrraJ'I TVOfl "3 K uo5oa 'laarintooipaa t 'aaxo 'it urrjuos ivnm ppv ioj tial ir? tinvo MJroyei wei'rjuivitSuv.tej jnnujsvt ir pus tiiniiUi; yNmiMiuinijaiaJtuaa esxjod pur .(paadi a;aJvn2 ot miq sajqe ca uta sarqi-i"caat jo oauapdx uy tnattAS rmJ o lnappuj tarcatip jmtif,i mi timp) ir)a 11 eioaap oi tonunaoa M0(I "Vltl prql qx-'EnTivaj ox xvrx-aodivi SILAS BEXIIA.M'S EST VTE Toall persons nteretted In th ettate t.r r,t.. Benbam, late of Jericho, in said 4"kt?decease" of lalnl.S1 C.Vn hl,th ""fxl 'SS day ?L. '''"'-.'br the settlement or the adminu tratlon account of tho Executor ofelast wui and testament of tald deceased, and ortered thai lte, "" "eof u S1"" "l persoSlM,?! thi 1I!'E? Jro. hmh aotlSed to aDpear at tne Probata Court rooms. In Burlin-ton T, ,,7. Jneerf' S?' th'n tbore to ""test xhe allow! enii"!' lf Jou fee cause. Gln under my hano, this 2d day of If arch. A. T.E. WALES, Judje. w37w3 1 Vfo.t liaqliiilc Drl.rnle ntitl I'ra trnol 1'erfunte Hi. litle,l ( ntu tbe Ittire naJ nrniiliful l"lnrr rrew whirl it lnl.r !l ttnnir Manufactured ouiybr I'll l."V .V KP.1. C Beware of Counterfeits. Ail; fur 'Aafj TitA-e no erter. S,'ld by dru'-.tf ffenerailj. WHISKERS ana T r nisi STACIIKS forced ti, ern w upu tnetmnotiie't rce m In m three to live weeks br u ns Dr SEVIGNfTS rfES TAI BATECR I A -riLLAlRE,them it w in .erfu. . very rnmo-lcrn scunre, act.ne upon the Beatd and'Uatr id an aloi.-.t m -aul 'us manner It ha been ad ir tlie ei to . r rarts and Lo'doa with tho moit flatte- :.;ur-fM Names "fan purchasers will be resrstered. and If er'ire lattact . n is not civen In very in-tinre. the m mey wnl be cheerfully re funded. Fricobymail. sealed and poet-paM, 11.- Deecriptive r rcularsanl testimonials mailed free. Address BEP.OF.P SIH'LTZ A CO.. t'bemliti. P. O. Drawer -'I, Tny. N- V.. Sol Aitats for the United Mates. Oct. dlwlv EACTV Anubur, le Stlkea CI BLS oroda duced by the us ' f l"r. r. DxURXrx'sFRI SLR LE IIIEEIX. One appucati m war ranted to eurl the moft 't-a t ar i -tabbcrn hair of either rex into wavj r.i.iet.r heavy ive curl. Has been ned ' t'.c fa-hlonaKe of Pa- and London with the mit sratilyin re.'ults. Doet no Injury to the hair. Price hy mail, seated and rn.e.naiJ. ti. n.t. eriptive circulars mailed free. Address Ber-er, Shultt A Co.. Cbcmutt, P. 0. Drawer it. Troy.N. 1 ..bole Agents for tbe United States. ivi i". awy T V3'1 AUCTIO..BILLS, BOOKS, I aiTALOGUIS, CIHCOLAnS, DEEDS, FLYERS'. HANDI11LLS, IXYOIOIS. LEGAL FORMS. BRIEFS. NOTES. .MARIUAQK CBRTIFICATES. POSTHRS. PROGRAMMES, PMmiLETS. K.V1LP.OAD and VDE Hon. th Probate Court I'ATIEXCE BARKER'S ESTATE. at a iti or VERMONT. I rii IlltriCtOf Cblttin,ln tor the DittrictofCMtt.n.-" To all persons Interested In the ettate ot Patience ceVV"' W-rtatte. ia said dittrit 5e- Wherea.. said Court hath auisned tb"rthcay of March intt.. for the tettlemfnt of the adminle tratlon account of the executor of the last will and testament of tald deceased, and ordered that rubric notice thereof be eiren t all pSni Inter ested In sard estate, by pnblithlnI tiS order U,", .T n 'Scc,."ir'r Pir'os to tho day asrimed, in te.5ddUtri?tn.rr"PrC!5Prin,el 10 ""toeLn" .F.1ZKirI.''Ta "2 ne'eby notifled to appear at the Probate Court Rooms, in Burllnston, on the day asslmcd. then .nd there to contest the allow, anee ot said account, lf you tee cause. Given under my hand, at the Probate Rooms, this 2d day of March. A. D. 1. w37"3 T. E. WALES, Jud;. Court STRXM BOAT BL.VXKS TICKETS. VISITING aad WEDDING CARDS, Ac it. PLAIN gninfs niul Sardirarc. ROOT CCTTERS I AN INDISPENSABLE ARTICLE r"OR FARMERS WHO PEED MANY VEGETABLES. Alts a supply of S I". I. F S II A R P K S I X FEED CUTTERS ! V HEELER A- R1PLEV4. Feb. 10. I!. "wtf . It R E I X I a ' s Improved liinsecd Oil, rpiIE maijufturers of this article detlre tn can I il. .ti.r.i..n nr.il.riln PAINTS and OILS, CAR awl CARRIAGE BUILDERS, also CIIAIK , Jl AS IU FACT I illEKS, to II Efficiency, Durability .tllennty of Finish wbenured In combination with any Paints or Var- , nifh. The Inventor ot this Improvement, after many I years of study and experiment upon the natureand friperties oi in?ceq uii, na ,armup, u ocr t ajmr thio properties, which render L nseed . Oil .he only true and eSoent paint ell. Uremics luraovru ussuduilis iwu-wjuii Oil, and readily unites with White Lea.!s. Zmct, and any Colored Paints, in tame propottlonsas Raw LlaieedOll. 1U H I. nut affected bv are or exDOiuxe, andwIU neltlicr wash, crack nor scale oil", aad rives to any faint a Bcautv or t Inun ana uuraoimv, r . ceedin; tbat obtn ned by the use of Baw Linseea , Oil. el a I lie Paint. GOLD Oil COLORS SHORT NOTICE II EST MA MX It Orders reuttiitlly loliciUd. 511iSffUaufo5. OE'S WESTERN RESERVE IE 3 v - Afi EiCli:sI EIGIITf PER CENT. 3IETAL. LEHIGH METALLIC PAINT has fully y Its merits, and civen entire tatlf faction fo roved 'or sev eral years, and it pronounced by the inrst compe tent JadS" to be the Het, most Durable, nud Cheapest Tire uuil Waler-Trool Taint, ever brouiht beforo tbe l"ublie. IHRELOW A IIOL,.MEi, Manufacturers of White Lead, Zlnes.Colors and Ollt, air; ruiion cc, ucn iv,. WI1EELER A RIPLEY, Burlinrtoe, Vt. daw3a Premium Cheese I'n l . Patented December 1-' !, and June ta, lt-35.) With Cooper's Patent Heater anil Self Adjiilms Valve. patented February 12, 18C1 ) 'PUIS VAT with lit latest irtprovemen's Is now X the bel In use, and Is used centrally through out New Tork and the New Englandsutet, both or Factcrles and Family service. YOUNG'S PATENT CCRO CUTTER fjrle alsj. Send for circular. C. C. POST, Ajenk. Illnetbarxb. Vt., Oct. nth. io. w HARVEr BEECH ER'S ESTATE. mST&SI-J'eT0 Honorable tb. n?.., S.tai.'' " Trobato Court forth. District of Chittenden. To all personi interested In the esute of Harvey Becherlato of Huntinston la said Dntrict,dec.ated. Wbcbeas, tald Court hath assijned thVlVthday or March next for the settlement of the adminlt tratlon account of the executrix of the last wiU and testament o&ald deceased.and ordered that pub lie notice thereof be civen to all p.nons iaUrested In tald estate, by publlshin; this order three week t raeeeanvely previous to the day aetisned. In th Barlircton Free Pres printed In Burllnrton. ia said Dittriet. ..Ti.,lt!r''Rt ""oa hereby noUUed to appear at tie Probat ( Court rooms, in Burliniton. on the day assbrned, then and there to contest the allow acce of raid account, if you see cause, k'veaunder my hand, this Uth day of February w35wJ. T. E. WALES, Julio. THE MAMMOTH Crockcrv, China, Glass and Paper Warehouse, Xos. 2andn Union Block, Church Stieet, The 13 H li . ' . (1 .....tnH .P L. V ....V. .tau-ucu., uesire io call fubllc attentlan to their s better accommodation not only sreatly Increased facilities for of their patrons. They hate oi.cu iiq oeauuuea tnetr saleirocm, but have correspondingly Increased and Improved their AU socds named in the followinz list they will .Cer on tbe moet reatonable terms, at whole- c-.w ... .c,ai., , i x. Crockery t of flntity art very desirable shape. A'rcnch China, plain, geld band and decorated. In setts or assort ment. Tabic t:ias Ware, Kerosene Lamps. Lanterns and I handeliera, frm the cheapest to the richer t designs, aad all eui pcriainini; . ine tamp traue. tucn as CHIMNEYS. BUEXERS AND WICKS. PLATED GOODS, of Rogers Bro-V and " P. el- new & rnce'i- make. TABLE CUTEERY, cf the best manufacture. BR1TTAXIA WARE, JAPANNED CHAMBER SETTS, and RICH FANCY GOODS, Sueh at FANCY CO LOGNE SETTS, VASES, LAVA and PARIAN GOODS, Ac. And they would ca'l especial to their stock of I'apcr Hangings, Clolh and Paper Window Shades and Fixtures, K. O. WIRES .t CO. Match Ttb. lc6. wtf CITY COFFEE HOUSE, Kint Door West of the Old BaptUt Church. Warm .lien Is and Cold liiinrh at all Hours. 'PHIS RESTAURANT hat been entirely reStted X and relurnlshed in the bestityle,and no pains or mene. bat been spared totna'.e it first class In ev ery rospect. ) VST ERS IX EVERY STYLE. COLD POWL, TONGUE. TORK and BEANS, 1IAJI ana EGGS, TEA and COkFKE. and evervtblnztbat the market affords, and at as LOW I'RICES a the times will admit. People turn tbe country when in town will f.r. i tie C iFFKE HOUSE a good and quiet place to set a lunch at much lets cost than can be obtained elwhere. DINNERS and SUPPERS to order. Haling secured tbe rervices of the excellent cook "Atrio.iv," the iutcriber feels conSientof init io;: the public. For nle by Jin. ZH. 18. E. M. SUTTON. wtt White Lead. Atlantic White Lead and Linseed Oil Co., of New York, Manufacturers of PURE WHITE LEAD, Dr md in Oil. RED LEAD. LITHARGE, Glaji-makerj Red Lead, etc. Also, LINSEED OIL, Riw, Bond and Refined. For sale by Druggist i: Dtalsn genentliT, and by ROBERT COLGATE & Co. General Agents. 87 Pearl St.. NEW ..YORK DR. STRICKLAND'S MELLIFLUOUS COUGH BALSAM . warranted to care t'ja.ht, Cf-idt, Hoarseness, Asthma, tthoopinj; oui. Sore throat. ' Consumption, and mil the arlectlons of the Throat i and L3XS:?. For C lo by Druiri.ts. C cent per bottle, ; Geo. C.Goodwin 4 Co , S7 llanoverStreet, Cost , Sole Agent for New England. Januiry .V, 1SCC. THE CL.IRE.MOXT fauiifacturing' Company, CLAREMONT, N.H.. MANUFACTURERS OP PAPER AND BOOKS AID WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS l.v Hooks and Stationery. SOLICIT ORSI2S SOS Everythtnr In their Uae and pay C V S II FOB 11 A G S. February . I5. wawtf. Dr. STRICKLAND'S PILE REMEDY has cured thousands of th wont cases of Blind and nleedisg Piles. It rivet Immediate relief and effects a per manent cure. Try It dlrecUy. It I warranted t cure. . 14 For tale by all DrugiiU. SO centt per bottle. Geo.C. Goodwin CoT.JT Hanover ttreet. Boito 1 Sole ArtcU for New Enjland 1 wlSmS TO PHYSICIANS. ' rpHESCBSCRIBER being desirous of lemovlnt ' JL Wert, offers for tale hit resldenea and practice ot medicine. In the village of Guildhall, the thlre town of Ettex County, Vermont, eonsittlng of an excellent let of bulldinp In good repair, with about two acre of rood land, situated on the bank of tbe Connecticut River three miles from the Grand Trunk Railway. For convenience and beauty of location thi sltsatlon Is unrivalled, roadi level ' and In good repair. School, Academy aad two Chnrohes within fw rod of th dwelllnr, coed society, aad every way an a e cable and remuner ative location for a Country Practiclaner. The practice Is worth about tlx teen hundred dol lar a year, aad constantly lncreatlng. Full dll erlptioa cf premises and termt given by letter t an on addreuins th subscriber at hit present residence. B. W. DODGE, M. IX F.b.2-wJw. CYLINDER PRESS FOR SALE. TnE UNDERSIGNED offer for taler ryhtc. th large Cylinder Press, till lately used tn print ing the Weekly Fr Preo. Tbe press was origin. aUy built by Montague, but bat teen rebuilt, with new gearing, new rcrcw distribution, andtheaddi I tion ofguldct andtpnngs to the bed. front feed guides and ether Improvements. It ha been raa i for several years pait by tteam i but l alto Qtted to run by hand. It turn easily. It In good crder, I and to any newspaper publisher detlrmg a cheap power Press, will prore a decided bargain. ' lit place In ouromee having been tupplied a I larger prets, we have no further dm for it, and fl ' teU it rtrj low for cJi or approved paper. U. W. 4 U. G. BENED ' Burlington. Jan. 4. lata HOUSE RADISH. PREPARED HORSE RADISH costUntly cn hand and for sal by . JACOB GREEN, i College Street, - - BurUnjton, Yt Jan. '!, icfA, awtf FLOUR SIFTERS, th bett at WHIELSR RIPLXtS. IIAYE YOU SEEMUE.M. THE beautiful Engravings aad Photograph In Carved Blark Walnut Frame r for tale by C. 0. FRI.NCU ,CQ.