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THE BURLINGTON, VT. FREE PRESS FRIDAY MOENING. APRIL 20, 1866.
If there is discrepancy in the testimony of witnesses , you can consider the character - . " . . . Lf-V. 1 ? Af of both parties, to ccicrminc huicu uuc v conduct is likely to Lave been the one really taken. Tbe Court also charged the jury iw rc- qaestcd by the 10th of -Mr. r rencn s pomis, Faying " this proposition is also correct ; proof of guilt muft 1! established beyond doulit, not captious but reasonable doubt. And this in regard to all the facts; the vvliolo case must be made out.' The good charactir of the respondent may always be considered. The question fur the Jury is one of facts, to decide whether this man is guilty of crime or what crime: and in considering whether it be murder, it's to be remembered tliatan act may be dune hastily ,and yet delib erately. If the respondent after the blow in Li fjee, shut his door, went alter his gun, came back and orcning the door again fired, it if a question whether the act was not a j -bftutntly deliberate one ; it is for you to j.idc ol from the circumstances. The jury, alter a eliort ab-ence, returned a verdict of XOT GUI LTV, and Faulkner was immediately discharged. The following criminals were then arraign cd Mid plead guilty : Peter Good, adultery Sarah Jane iiiiby, " George Lavigrie, larceny Willie Jobneon, " WanMissnAr, April 18. Tbe criminal eases being all disposal of the per song convicted were to-day brought into Court to receive sentences, which were as follows : Peter Good and Maty Jane Bixby, for adul- irr, one year in State Prison. Ceo. Scribr.tr for esult and battery, fined 80, and to be confined is jail till paid. Leaatler Freenvin far resristmg an officer, one year in State Prison. Geo. Lavirne for then, one year m 5 tat! Prison. Lester Rockwell, tor bone stealing, tiro years in State Friaon. Joseph Farmer, tor theft, one year in State Prison. The case of Albert Bradbury, charged with horse stealing, was continued to next term. All of tbe above pleaded guilty, bat Freeman. Xavigatiok Ores. The Line Biats cm- mencc their regular nips to-day, leaving Burlington for the South at 9.45 I'. M., and f.r the North at 5 P. M. Tbe Montreal, Capt. Mayo, run tbe Ferry, leaving for Port Kent and Platteburcb at OA. if. daily. Tue Railroad Accibext at U'illisto.v. We are glad to learn that Conductor G. C. Appk'ton's injuries by the smash up iu Wil liston on Friday morning, are less dangerous than at first rejiorted. He in d-iing well mi drr Dr. Carpenter's care, and it is hujied will be about again in a few weeks. The structure which gave it steins, was a bridge, 20 feet in length, which spnnned carriage way. Tbe Ere tojk place in the a night, and the train havirc no knowledge of it, was moving at full apivd. The en gine leaned tbe charm, but knocked oat all ts trucks? wben it struck the opfneitc side, so that it etor.pcd instantly. The cars, eon fisting ol baceajrc car. two passenger cars and two sleeping cars, were piled a upon another and into the gap below in a badly wrecked condition. Tiie passengers injured weie Mi;S Prunel la Stanhope of Fletcher, mjaied in the face, not seriously ; Ephraim Putnam, Schuyler Falls, knee and ankle, eeiious : David IJrow, leg and head, not seriously ; biy, name un known, slightly in bead ; Jane Quigly, Toronto, head, not seriously ; V. II. Shaw of this city, ribs, not seriously. Tiie jasM-nger kilicl was a French man, named Stvillc, whose place of resi dence is supposed to be Antrim, X. II. Nothing was lound on bis person except a pass over tbe Connecticut Valley Kailroad and $121 in money. Tbe wounds of the sufferers were drens.-d by Dr. Thayer, and Superin tendent Merrill promptly paid all tbe injur ed, but two, such pecuniary damages as were demanded. Mcstered Oct. Ilrigadkr anJ ISrcvct Major General Gao. J.Stamkard is mustered out of the United States service by orders frem the War Department, dated April 10, the muster out to date from April 30, IPGC. Among tie gcncial officers mi-tUied out by tbe same order are Generals Urierton, Cur tis, Fesaendcn, Ilartlett, Corse and others of the most deserving otfiotTS in tbe volun teer feryice, " their services,'" as the order states, "being no longer required.' General Stannard is now stationed at Baltimore, in charge of tbe department of tbe Freedmcn's Bureau in that city. The Murderer Green Exicctzd. On Friday, the 13th inst., Edward D. Green, the murderer of Frank E. Converte, teller ol the Maiden Bank, MaMen, Mass., on the loth of December, 1863, suffered the penal ty of tbe law being hung in the Jail yard at East Cambridge. Mas., in tho presence of a limitel number ol spectators. Sundry legal delays bad prolonged his unworthy life fur more tban two yenis, ; but justice at last was done to him. Live SrocE is Vermont. A jear ago there were 49,920 borses in Vermont, the value of which was $3,753,333. There were of cattle and oxen 152,095, valued at G, 054.899; of dairy cows, 162,000, valued at G.O90,000; ol sheep, 1,252,000, valued at $7,493,724; of bogs, 32,445, valued at $594,795. Total value of tbe above descrip tion of live stock. $21,005,750. Death or Hox. D. S. Dickinson. Hon, Daniel S. Dickinson, Attorney General of the State ot Now York, died at NewWk on the evening o! April 12th, aged CO years. He bad been for thirty years a prom inent politician of tbe State, and a leader in the old Democratic party bad been Lieut enant Governor of tbo State, and a United States Senator. He held to the party and sustained all its prominent measures, till the rebellion brok out. Then be took boldl y and resolutely the side of the Uovernment against those who rebelled against it and all who gave them sympithy or apology. Tue Murder Trial Wc remember no pre vious case before our County Court, that ex cited such interest as that of the remarkable trial which occupied last week. The atroci ty of tbe murder, and tbe mystery attending it not yet fully dispelled, lor though ajury has pronounced the prisoner Ward guilty of murder, no ndequato motive for the crime, on bis part, has as yet been legally shown aroused a wide and intense interest throughout the County. The court room was filled to its utmost capacity of sitting and standing room throughout the trial, and j the proceedings, given in full by our daily a candidate before the Legislature for the , , , J .. . , ' Tvrmanent scat. Ex-Gov. Smith and Levi papers, were eagerly read and scrutinized fprobably bo hi. contestant., and difcutsed by thousands. rhapg oti,crs ; while tbo other Beat, tem- Tbat the verdict has in all respects fully I porarily filled by Senator Poland, and bc tatitfkd public opinion, no one will claim. longing to tbe eait aide of the mountain!, uui mat it was accordance with the cvi ly undeniable. The community cannot I vauuu" persuaded, probably, that Ward was any thing more than the hired cccnt of an abler and more guilty instigator. But there was no direct evidence of a plot between him and any other party, and though the suspicion ot such a plot may amount to a moral certainty in many a mind, juries cannot go upon sus picion. Y'c trust that in some way the whole truth concerning that horrible crime, may yet come out. Colliok St. Ciirncu. Styles lias, among his admirable views of noted buildings and places in Vermont, one of the new Congre gational Church on College street It is adapted cither for tbe stereoscope or carte do vintc, and those who are interested in the church will do well to supply themselves. HixEsncRcn Woolcn Factort. N. L. Uoynton, late of the firm of Boynton and Jlcad, of Starkhboro, has purchased for $S,. 000 the interest of P. D. Peicival in the VToolen Factory, formerly owned by Dow & Percival, in Hincsburgh iliDDLxncnr Collice Tho committee of inspection, consisting of Hon. Hiland Hall, Tl . VI . . ... ..... runs rietcncr, ana lion. J. IS. rage, an nounce the completion of tho sixty thousand dollar subscription, recently raised for Mid- dlebury College, mainly by the labors of Dr. Labarcc. It is payable in three installments, three, nine and fifteen months Irom the date of completion, April -1th. Dr. Kitchcll, tbe new President, enters on bis duties the first of June. The interest shown in their institution by the friends of Middlcbury is a good example for some other localities. Winookl Items. C. F. Storks & Co.. have sold their Drug Store to Dr. L. F. Bnrdick, who will soon remove and carry on the business at the stand lately occupied by A. O. Hood, on Allen street. Messrs. Storrs Jb Co., will soon start in the same business in Plntte burgh, N. Y. J. S. Tubes & Co., arc soon to rttmove to tbe store now occupied by CF. Storrs A Co. and P. P. Wilkins, the liquor agut, to that now occupied by J. S. Tubls & Co. Lnfuuntain's Block on Mam street, has been purchased by S. L. Bit.noi.ds and II . iloaio.v, who are making it into one store, wbicb will b 30 feet front and 4; leet deep, with a baudsome modern runt, and when done, one of tbe fineet stored in Win ooski. They intend filling the store with a stock of Dry Goods, Clothing and Groce ries. Cms. F. Blossom is about to put in a new gUi- iiont into his clothing store on ti c corner of Main and Allen streets, and make some other improvements. II. W. I'OODivs & bos are erecting a block on the corner of main and Biver Str. Suitii &. Platt, who have a store m Win ootki as well as in Burlington, liate begun upon n new block, just below tbcii present stand on Main Street. The old hotel building is being converted into a store, and will soon bo occupied by II ira in Paddock, dealer m boot and shoes. Messrs. Andrew C. MeBride, Ixlward P. Manor and AlmoreB. Walker.lnte employees of Shedd ,t Walkers, of this city, and gentlemen ol industry and integrity, have cstablUhed themselves in Barlow's Block, on Main street, as manufacturers and Hibbtrs in tin ware, under the firm of A. C. MeBride & Co. Cka. La Foumain baa refitted ai.d im proved J. W. Weaver's old stand, on tbe corner of Main and Allen Sis ., and will soon fill the store with a general aasortment of dry good and groceries. Vermont Item'-. Jay Peak is to have its mountain road to the top nnd hotel. A little girl of S Tears named McCarty was badly burned Friday, at St. Albans her clothes, bavingcaught lire from a bonfire. A little son of W. AV. Bruce of Wcits- field was drowned, a. week ago Friday, bav- ; fallen into a spring, where it flowed into a barrel. The sugar season has been pretty good in some places at the last. One man in Sutton made a ton last week nnd bad but just fairly begun. Sylvanus Morse of East Monti!licr has a sugar bush ol 2500 trees, a two-story sugar- bouse, and makes 500 pounds of sugar per day. The town of Woodstock lias had a present of a U. S. flag, fuU garrison siic. made by Fred. Billings.Rq., formerly a resident there He wants to have it understood " that when ever and wherever in the Union there i won a victory in kind like tho immensely signifi cant one in Connecticut on the 2J inst., this banner is to be flung to the breeze." A sheep belonging to Frank Ilicnardson, of West Brattlcboro, brought to her owner, on Tuesday last, lour healthy and sprightly lambs ol good size. The same sheep was tiie mother of three lambs last year. J. Kittle, ol Sheldon, on trial recently for violation of the liquor law, was adjudged guilty of fifteen ofiences, fined $150 and costs, nnd took an apjeal to tbo County Court. A paper has been going the rounds in St. Albans and is freely signed, requesting that all who deal in intoxicating liquors shall desist therefrom and promising the use of more stringent measures if mild ones fail. A Mr. Wilson of Mendon was found late ly dcrd in the sap-pan of his sugarhousc, where it is supposed he fell in a fit. Two beech trees were felled in East Lyn don last winter which hid grown together, about 22 feet from the ground, the uniting limb being IS inches long and as big as ones arm ; one tree was dead above the union. e Vmnnnt lmvinir ' , i i -at i i had the rare misfortune to lose iu ner u- crauieanu mosi usciu. , """-V i v . a vnntnra stnfH inn i last legislative session, sue w"o., ed in the upper branch ot vXjncret3 UjF- pointments ot the uovernor. air. . hdmunds, the last selection, Euccccoiug ator root, is but thirty-eight years oiu, ou. " ?D?- vS.! eil jc m n. -"" '" '"Li years in tnc aiatc. legislature, vdow. uu"- a classical cducation,"ae it he is an acute and clear thinker, a strong ' , , . i T,r. i debater and a pieasanv speaker. nvsKmj- aa x:uuiur mu mtc uiu - I as tbe first docs to tha unit, will Kn IWween be li",' 118 cne ' lh? most experienced and use- I fill nmvn- Kami P ik. TT A 1 J - promotion to the upper branch if he desires it At any rate, Vermont ought not to al low him taco out of Coneress. He is her best present contribution to the country. iauY ur Xllii HLbk Itr TELEGRAPH. Wasbixgio.v, April 12. n,. T,...;:: jiuiuj xuiiHjrb ucspaicii 01 iul- 11th, says another English war ihip, mak ing tnrce aitogeincr, and a revenue cutter, had arrived during the last 12 hours. Several hundred Fenians had Quartered lucmscivcs at I'alais and other places. There has been a mvstcrioua disappear' ance of several cannon brought here by un known. There is tremendous excitement at St. Andrews, and volunteers are deserting, while numerous" mysterious disappearances or numbers of Irishmen in lronticr towns are rumored. They are supposed to have juned the Fenians. Whole families arc Hy'ng from the border. Calais, Mc, April 12. There was much excitement vesterday and last night at Stephens, New Brunswick, op posite this city. Fcais of a Fenian raid have been strengthening lor several days, but the point oi attaet is not yet known. IVports irom Eastport, vesterday, indi cate tfavt tho Fenians were leaving there in squads, supposed for Calais; but up to this hour they have not showed themselves here. r rum 200 to 300 men were under arms at St. Stephens all night. All the approaches to the town are strongly guarded, and every I preparation made to receive the Fenians. An attack in this ouarter is improbable. Large numbers of Fenians arc believed to be moving bast but no dehmtc mlormation cm be gathered. New York, April 12. The Herald's Toronto dcsietch ejyt it is the intention m tho counsel tor Shea to get out a writ of Habeas Corpus to-morrow;if tho prisoner is not released be will I c taken to Cornwall for trial. Tho Government is strain ing every uervo to convict the alleged con spirators, aud declares that the time has come to crash out ciery vestige of rcnianism in Canada. So great is the I oar of nn at icmpted rescue ol the prisoners Iv raiding parlies from the United States, that the May or of Cornwall lias asked ,or reinforcements. Humble .llur.lcr in Philadelphia. PaiLADiLPiiM, April 11. A terrible crime in the lower section of the city was di-eovered this afternoon. A family of seven perrons have lven murdered Christopher Herring, his wile, niece and lour children at Herring's farm. The older t oy, "hen discovered, had his rijtht arm rai-i d as though attempting to ward off tbe blow, 1 he mother was delena- Ing ber baby from the attack when she waa merciltsslv struck ilonn. Tbe baby received an aulul blow on the upper part ol the brea-t, almost severi og one of its anus. A little boy. aged lourtetu, is yet miss- The Ijtigtr save the only rational the .... ory is that upon tbe arrival ot .Mr. Herring and his niece, lie discovered the ta- mily nut in tbe house and started after them and after leaving the house bo was met and slain. The niece i then tliought to liave tollowed her unele and in turn was met and killed. Tbe name ol the supposed murderer is not known, nor can any deseriptiou of him be given. It is uuly known that be was a German laborer. PriLAiaLriiiA, April 12". Mayor McMicbael lias issued a proolan.'a- tiun offering $1000 reward for the arroet .if the murderer ol the Derring family. Fui'l details of the murder are published. All the vietimk scorn to have been struck on the tore- bead with an axe. Tbe demon finished the horrible work by cutting tho throats of ell. One of the little buys nas J cut that his head dropped off when his body was lifted. The friends ul President Johnson are much dissatisfied with the remarks of Speak er Collax on Tuisday night, and aro getting up a counter serenade. Congre, to-day, honors the memory ol the late rater Stnatus, Mr. Foot. Remarks are being made in the Senate by Messrs. Poland, Johnson, lessenden, Brown of Mo., Pomeroy of Kansas, Sumner, Cragin of N. II , and Edmunds of Vt., and in tbe House by Messrs. Woodbridge. Binks, Wasbburnc, Dawrtin of Pa , Grinncll of Ohio, and Mor rill of Vt. Wasdixotox, April 14. Tbe departments are all closed and many of tbe sboiis here have their shutters up, in memory ol a year ag to-day. The Chron tele comes out in mourning. The colored people will celebrate the an nivcrsary of emancipation in the District next Monday with great spirit. A speech is expected from the President. The color ed pcuple will cull upon him and give him an opportunity to speak. It is stated in reliable quarters that the government has no fears that the Fenians will break tbe law. Ibis movement is re garded as a demonstration, the object of which i to tcrrity the Uanadians, vox the British government, and console tbe Irish wIkj have paid out their money so freely. If tbo law is infringed upon the government will instantly Interfere. New York, April 14. Tbe I Itr aid's Eastport, Me., dispatch of tbe 13th says the British man-of-war Py lades went to sea suddenly yesterday P. M. It is said that fifty of btr crew mutinied and were put in irons hence the departure of the ves-el. Yesterday a party of English soldiers crossed from Si. Stephens to Calais where they got into a a is pule with sjnie j-e-nian', and n fight ensued which resulted in the English soldiers being thrown back over the bridge between the two tewns. No lives were lost. A steamer from Boston this forenoon. brought about 200 nine Fenians. They were quartered in the town. New Yore, April 15 An Eattport, Mc, dctratch says nine armed remans captured thebngtish revenue nag on Indian Island last right, ibcy be longed to the crew of the FcLian privateer, Irom which they lowered a boat and proceed cd with muflkd oars to the spot, actually under the guns ol the hnglish war ship l'y lade.. The flag was surrendered without a sbot.bcing fired. It is believed there were no soldiers on the lfland Another account says a party of five sup posed Fenians went across to Indian Island on Saturday night, presented revolvers at the head ol the deputy collector, and ue manded his flag, which he was compelled to give up. Iteports irom Laiais say ten ot the voiun teera at St. Stephen's threw down their arms in revolt, but were arrested and lm prisoned. San Francisco, April 15. A terrible explosion ol what was euppos- nosed to be nitroglycerine occurrcu at quar ter nast one o'clock to-day, near Wells, Far pa i Co.'a buildins. Tbo explosion shook the earth use an kuiuuum .or a r"V.ul a nusricr oi a rum:. jouiu. ivuitu., . . Fa0 & CI . . .. - , , press, died in half an hour, ol inmrtca . B(,j Supervi80r an(1 instantiv killed. ivilluD. Joseph Elliot. John Galla - , ,.-w - ,t wm. .Iimtm . vm go aa tilated as not to'be idebtified. Many other, burned and cut, bnt not latallyin- s,mRrannotlx. identified but are f-a- Montiromerv. Sacramento and California streets are lined with broken glasa. Scarcely a window for Eevcral hundred feet is remain ing whole. Wells, Fargo Js Co1 hones and everything in the vicinity wcro blown into fragments. Tbe damage will be at least $200,000. Tho cause of tho explosion is a mystery. Tbe freight agent of tbe Pacific Mail Company says two boxes each i measuring about lour cubic place where tbe explosion occurred. Forty I . Hiniiinif trf Til a. men arc now engaged in removing the ru ins. Nasbviilk, April 1C. Lieut. Col. Leech of the 5th U. S. Caval ry, made an expedition to a point in West Tcunessse and captured tho n-jtorious guer illa Harper, and also Edmond ilayo, an ac complice in all bis crimes. Harper broke from his captors and escaped, but is be lieved to be severely wooniled. ins recap ture can be made without difficulty. Jiayo was broU2ht here to-dv nd .in be tried i , . ".i.. r . New York, April 18. A Washington dctratch savs the Attorney General yesterday made a report to the Pres ident as to tbe habeas corpus case aeciucu byJucce Underwood. Tho Attorney Urn- cral comes to a different conclusion irom that by Judge Underwood, and recommends an order tor tho release oi the prisoner, upon this recommendation, the President this afternoon, directed an order to be issued for the discharge of the prisoner. It is scarcely necessary to add that wherever the rebellion is believed o have ceased, there the writ ol habeas cor pus is no longer suspended. San Francisco, April 17 It is now rendered certain" that nitrogly cerine caused the explosion yesterday. N) marks on the box containing it indicated its character. The bodies of S poisons killed by vittcrd.Tjs explosion have been idcntibcd. beven or eight others arc missing wh j have probably been blown to atoms. It is tolerably well ascertained that the explosion was cautcd by concussion in opening a leaking box of nitro-glycerinc which the owner refused to receive in consequence of its damaged con dition. A board of supervisor have i-astcd an order causing all nitro-glycerine lound within the city to be seized una destroyed. New Yohk, April IS. Clement C. Clay was yesterday released by order of tbo President, on condition that he reports when called lor. I he steamer City ul Norwich of tho .icw London and New ork line, came in collision with the schooner Gen S. Vau Vlict of Huntington, at 4 o'clock this A. M. lhe schooner struck her mid ship cutting her through, lhe water rising on the steamer lilted her hres. sj that they communicated with the wood work, and tbe steamer was entirely de stroyed. :he had about bU persons n board, about -IU ol whom were saved by boats, lhe re mainder are supposed to be lost. Haufax, April 18. The resolution in favor ol confed eration, and the sendinjr of a delegation to Kngland to arraDge details, has passed both Houses. Washington, Arnl IStb. I'resident Johnson said last evening to a gentleman from New England that he hoped the Senate would confirm the nomination ol Judge Stansbury, who is appointed from Ken tucky, where his family reside at Covincton. as the Judge could then at once open a U.S. Court at Naidiville, befure wliieli Jeff. Davis can be tried on the charge of treason. If this cannot be done, the Attorney General will lie directed to have the trial in-(ittmd in Virginia. But the President thinks that if Davis is not convicted and sentenced fur treason, he will still be amenable to the Ia ef the land for complicity In the arsatsinationplot. Senator McDougall will bo called to ac count for the language und by him on Tues day. It is understood that Guv. Morgan and other Senators do not approve of the nomin ation of Mr.Suiythc as collector of tbo port of New York. Wixg's Fariva CnACKEiis. Evtrj cne has heard of them, the meat healthy ami delightful 3Gun!butnt ever made. They are advertised iu our paper to-day, and all dealers keep them, or wight to. None are genuine but those having the name A. Wing etamped upon tbttn. A-ineriean Life Dropa, They are indipensable. Ity loot's I'EsTACiuse, Age may with Youth compete. , C.IM1 iIUHGK CATTI.K M.tKKKT. iVrD.irstur, April 10. at markets M Cattle Market Boer--itra per cwt., UMCHM. Fhst quality, 112 12 75. S.xml qnaliti . Illi II M. Third naalltv, ? .' a 10.50. Workin; 0n. Jl.". I3H, 275. 390. Cubs and Caltw, f ,'1, 50, 75, 123. Two ytars old. 15 a' S3. Three years old, f 65 a. 75. Sheep and Lambs 43IT .vt narttt- Price. la lota ft 3.&I, Hud tM. E. vtra and selections. Si l) issoa Hides, 9 M fjc V It -, PoJU 1 1-0 .23 each ; Calf oaics ok. Tallow J 8 tie. Veal Calves XO0 ST 1 -LOO. RK3IARKB . The nnml'er cattle at market 1 less by ISO head tban arrived lat week. Tho qau'ttr la very sood, pries Irom 50 to 75c higher. Tho namber of Sheep at market continues to in creass. There were about ten more than but week. The quality is not eqal to IxM week, prices about tho same. ilinrriett1. In Burlington at tho Araeiiean Hotel en tho Itth Inst , by Rev. E. Mix, Ur. William It. Hodges, of lVIUlstonand Hiss Celesthi R. Itoblnsen ofKieli mond. In Westford Arrll 10th y n-v.E. B. Chamberlln, Canal Osgood and Martha Jab TToedrufi", both o: Westford. liicd. In Colchester April IS a, at tho residence o f son. Luther Whitiwrof F.utton, JIaas. ajed years ". In F airhaxen, March Ilth, ef consumption, Ann, MulHn, ajed 22 yeara. In Hinesburgh, SimJay, April 13th, Levi F. benedict, aged ii ye ars. He was a native o f the town, deeply Interested In Its welfare, universally respected and warmly beloved by all nh a knew him best. ECOXOJir TO ATTEXDTO ITKAKX.Y. efieotualIyj)re!entJ Injury to clothes 1c from Mcths and cheaply) enough if yoa attend to It now. Every druggist has C. C. HARRIS & CHAPMAN, Boston. l'ERBV DAVIS' IAIX Kll.I.r.U. The great public benefaction, we are happy to learn. Is still fulSUmg Its mission of relief, and al leviating many of the thousand Ills that flesh is heir to. Its domain is the wide, wide world, and wherever a Yankee has set his foot, may be found doing Its work. Its virtues have been so thorough ly tested, that H needs no lengthy recommenda tion, to entitle It to the public confidence. It la emphatically a household remedy, and If kept on hand and aiedaaoecitlon may require, will save much suffering, besides very sensibly diminishing the expenses for medical attendance. rrotidinee, R. I. irteVf Times. Sold by Druggists. April 2d. wlm. AlVINrAt.UABI,ESI'RIXC MEDICINE. J. W. Pol ami's Ml V. II Oil DOCTOR This excellent medicinal etmponnd waa first pre pared by Dr. P. In 1517, and was then employed with treat success In eirpelllng humors from tne blood j but In IMS, a medical friend, who was quite celebrated as a physician, especially In the treat ment of humors, suggested some Important Im provements, which were adopted, and which have made It (so the people say,) the very remedy for all kinds cf humors known to "the faculty. This preparation Is composed wholly of vegetables, among which are Sart apaiflla, Yellow Dock, Nobla Pine. Mandrakes. Eenna. and Bloodroct. EcEce to say, the "Doctor" la used in hundreds of families as general medicine. Unlike many other popu lar remedies, it Is very crateful to the taste, LaxCT sire bottles 75 cents. Prepared at the Mew England Botanlo Dopot, Boston. April 20 feet i A BROKE.V-DOW.V SYSTEM. Thers la a disease to vhleh the doctors giro many names, lit wbleh few cf them understand. It Is suxplr weakness a brcaUn: down of the vital forces. Whatever IU canies (and they are Innum- eraMe,) Iti symptoms are In the mala the tame. Amos: the melt prominent are extreme larritade lesi of appetite, loea of neab, and great mental de- preulon Indigestion and a Slomxk Covg axe alao frequently concomitants of this dhtreitirg f tate ot body and of mind. The commoa remark In relation to persons In such a condition Is, that they aro consumptive. Now, what there nsfortanatei really want Is xijtr lital itrtngtk j and as certainly as dawn succeeds ,u,ir....t. ........... .,.!. .i r:::r.' :.7r;,r .' v," " .j CzlubatidStouacu Biitebs. It Is as clear that 1 lifc-rtvlvln: Tonic is lequlred in such cases, as that the dying flame of an empty lamp lequlies to bo revived with a tew lupply of oil. Perfectly pure and Innccuons, containing nothing but the most genial vccetablo extracts, and comllcing the three grand elements cf a ttcmachic, an alterative. and a genial Invigoran:. IIctiiTTiit's Bmaas are suitable to all constitutions, and are as applicable to the diteaica and dls abilitiea of the icebler ex as to those of men. Aprils). dawlw. ALM'OCK'S POROUS PLASTERS A celebrated physician says "he was amaied at He great number of beneficial Indications produced by one of tLeec Plasters. He affirm that Atadaekt Is cured by one worn just below tho breastbone! that one placed over the navel will euro hysterics, as well as dj sentery, and afiectivns of tbe bowels." CURE OF YARKOhE VEIN'S. Car Poixr, Vs., January 51, S6S. T. Aluwk llCo - Secinz i our notice in tho Po lice Gaietto. I cot fuur of i our Porous Plasters and piacci mem on tiie pars wnerc me pains were most severe, and In less than twelve hours could walk as web as ever. 1 could hardly believe It, I was so welupleartd. 1 wanted to see if tbt lame ness would ooice bask on me or not, so I did mote walking that day tban I had done in a week. The next day I had Hise pain in my hip. ut I put cn a mailer mere ana in two Hours me nam was an gone, nor have 1 reit it since t ertamiy they are the best application for the reliefand cure r pains in me joints ana i-aea, ana lor varicose or enlarged veins. I have ever known, and I wt ula not do wltu out them on any aeevunt- Yours trnt , JOSEPH CATEW00D. April -JO-wI llRANDREnPS PILLS. COSTIVENBsS, IUR- 1 1 lilir.A. iney are linen np o tneanean-enis. and carried into the circulation, through which medium they are convey! to evrv- pirt of the lo- av. If tbe pain i fleets tbe joints, a single doe produ ess remarkable beoefiu. And Uie same rale applies to ewUvenew, diarrhea and d sentery; tboogh with the last named thev nisy be required night ani lanrnlag far s-iote diys bef ire dec- lo I relief Is obtaiaed. Ia a fleet ions of the lung, threat, head and pleurisy, the relief la eerta'D ; the eieretorr orgaas throw off with ease the phteoi, and the breathlns; hee-mes freer. 3usmdie asthma la of ten cured by a single dose. diwlra REHEI. C'OI.OIt! DESTROYED. 1 1 7 HEN nature or time ha nlanted on the human T he d such color as rebel againtt every idea ef comeliness, replace them with those ghrioos and exquisite black and brows tin; everywhere deem- ea xne STANDARDS OF IIKAI'TY" which are produced in five minutes, without !nar lax tbe fibres o r stalnia- tbe scalp, by CIIRISTADOUO'S HAIR DYE. Manunwtnred by J. CRI-TADCRO, So. 6, Astor House, New York. Sold by Druggist. Applied by all Hair Dressers diwlnt .MAKE YOUR ov.v soap: II v aving nml Uins yunr Waste (i rcasc. Buy One Box of the Ptnn'a Salt Manufacturing Co.'s .V .1 1 O .V B F I E It (Patents of 1st and 3th, Feb . oa rONi:i:.THATI:I IA'i: It wU make 10 rOU.N'lM of exeellent IUrd Soap, or 23 (J ALLONS of the very best Soft Soup, for only about CENTS. Directions on each box. For site at all Drag and Grocery Stores. Direction. Put one I ox of Sapontfier Into three gallons ot water, (knock off the and let the box bolt until It empties itself, then take out the box,) add four and a half pounds of tit, and let It eei7 3 boors and 10 minutes. Then add a small half plat of salt, and let It continue boiling 35 minutes longer, when you add half a gallon of aet wa'er. and let it come to a boll. Pour a small tumblerful of eold water lato a tub or Nx to wet It round the si-lea, then canty the xtp ia , to stand all night, and eat In bars In the moraine. Soft Sonp. Made la the same way, with the exception of adding fleen gallons of water and aw salt. At ym n'tsts mm ire Iftllf. Mar. 6 dawmo. A COUGH. COM). OR SORE THROAT Rttfuirtt immediate attention and thouli eneeKea. u aiioirea ia ro-wwoe. Irritation ol the I.unc, n Permanent Throat Allection. ur an Incurable I. ung Dkeu-e it orre.v the aasrLT Bro'.vii'! ISronrhinl Troches OAVl.VSA D1RKCT lirtCa.-Vl OST TBE riUTS, SIVE laMeniATR R-Litr. Vo Ilronrliitls. Asthma, t ntarrii, i on Mimptlvr ami Throat Diseases, TROCUCS ARC CSD WITH ALWAYS OOOB WVB- SINGERS AND TCBLIC SPEAKERS will find TVecAet osefol In clearing the oloc when taken betbre Slnglag or Speaking- and relieving the throat after an nnumal exertion of the vocal organs. The Trootrs are reejmmenJeJ and pre scribed by PhysiJlaM, and have bad testimonials from eminent men through, nt the country. Being an article o true merit, and hiring rrotU their efflcacy by a test of many years, each jear find them In new loealitieain various parts of the worw and the Trthti are universally ptonoaneed better than other articles. Ostaiv only "Iibows's Bronchial Taoca as, and do not take any of the irtrtUru imtwunt urn may be oITered. Sol-I everywhere In the United States, Foreign Countries, at 38 cent! per box. Oct. and iTcii: itch: itch: Scratch Scratch ! scraicii WIICATON'S OIXT31ENT ,VILL CURE THE ITCH IN 4 HOURS. Ai,o -sure Salt ruecm Ulcirs, Cbilblaiss. and all ERCr "9 or Tnl S"1'' . druiglsts. Prloe SO cents. For By sendinu" " WEEKS POTnSR'1 .-.,vc. shlaiton street, Boston, It will be e. rLt br ma U. free of postagcto any address In the United States. Oct. 35, IP iai lvT . .lorcrnnm NECESSITY EXIST FOR Til K USE OK Utiriio's Catarrh ShiiIT, t.i.. n,.rt.t.-e.ofa.eold aCiHke magic tr.i.!.h. iiofirteneii. Dlnhlheria and Bronchitis, c fcyes Deafness. Bad Taste and Smell, i'"!n3 tb result of Catarrh. ThU snuff removes and prevents .11 lb,... and insures a healthy Head. Its efl arc pleaaant and safe evenf rinfanU who from FnuCes. It has the highest profohnal testunonUls. by all Druggists, or sent by Mail to all rrts far 3d cents for Ona Box, or I for four Boxes. Address, JAS. DUBN0, P. O. Box izv. New Tork. Wholesale, by D.BARNES 4- CO., 21 Park How, N. Tua s. asrwom. STO DDARD'S CiBOIjJEIt.l SPECIFIC : A sure Preventive and euro lor CHOL 15 3 -A. , Cholera 3Iorbu, Diarrhoea, Drentcry, Summer Complaints, Tain in the Stomach nnd Bowels, &c Its action Is Immediate and efliea dous,and haa Uen turf by thousands since the tTholera Season ot 1M9. Physicians use and recommend IU All ad mit It to Y Ibn net! Ccmoound known for the Omnltlntt for iM-h It la designed. BTODDARD i BURTON, Proprleto rs, Troy, M.Y, For rale by all Druggists and Dea.'ers In aieai- clnes. ApiU IS dawCm. WON'T USE ANY OTIIXR. The Ust an I the best t the right article finally i everybody llkei It j U purely vegeUhlc t restores rrey hair .in four w eels, or money refondea. will do It every time. Three applleit iona will core an humors otth. scalp. Ask tor TtaTABLZllAlRtxriGORAEORelAiT?tW ,. aay other. TOR SILK BT ALL DRUGGISTS, w2SmS BATCH ELOR'S HAIR DTE THE BEST IN THE;W0RLD. Ilanaleu, relia bio, Instantaneous, tho only perfect dyo No dla appointment, no ridiculous tints, troa to natore, blaok or brown. Cmnint i, rtgntd WiUUm J. Bitzkthr. AUo, Rejenerated extract of mlllellear preserves and beautifies the hair, preserves tald Bess. SoMbyalldinggliU. Factory 81 Barcelry St.,N.Y -wlr. ERRORS OF YOUTE. A gentleman who suffered fur ) ears from Nervous Dsbiltty, Premature Desay, and all tho eflecta of youthful Indiscretion, will for the sake cl suffering : 1 r.un it,th.reciP. and directions forsaking the simple remedy by which he was cured. Bufferei wishing to prcSt by the advertiser's experience, undo so by address ing. In perfect conSdence. J0I1NB.0GDEN, w3m. No, 13 Chamber St., New. York. MARTHA WASHINGTON " RESTORER. HAIR Wuul 1 you have dalk andlustrous locks, and vie With beauty's queen, the goddess of the sky r Or is your beauty fading to decay, Your raven tresses passing fast away ? Or Is age drawing too untimely near? Do silvery locks upon your head appear Then why cf youthful beauty, why despair When there's a balm for every silvery hair s Time's sorrows, fever's ravaces it blesses A sure restorer of those missing tresses ! From her bright locks the immortal name it won Of Hair Restorer "Mabtua Washi.vgtox !" Then hie to the Store just across the way. And get a bottle with the least delay. Hold EranrwnzRE. Price 11,00. S1MONDS 4C0., Proprietors. FltiwillUm K March 11. S.VIOLAXDER'S EXTIIACT BUCKU Cures Kidney Disese. SMOLIMIEII'J EXTRACT IIUCKU Cures Rheumatism. S.VIOLAXDER'S EXTRACT IIUCKU Cures Urinary Diseases. SMOLiXDKR'S EXTRACT BUCKU Cures Gravel. S.VIOLAXDER'S EXTRACT IIUCKU Cures Strictures. The BEST Fluid Extract BUCKU now before the public, 1SS.VOLJXDER' S. For all diseases above. and for irEJKXESS and PJIXSl.VTHEBJCK, FEMALE COMPLJIS TS, and disorders arising from EXCESSES or jy r KIXD, It Is perfectly IxrjLCJBLE. For sale by sll Apothecaries ev erywhere. PltlCE OXE DOLLAR. TRY IT! TAKE XO OTHER ! Bcrliuu & Rogers, Wholesale Druggists, 66 Hanover street, Boston, General Agents. Jan I.tSOS wlr I.MPORTANT TO l'EM.H.E-TIIE elebrate-I DR. DOWcontlnses toderote his entlr tlmet fi? 1-jU asat f dlsevses insl-ient toa female svatcm. An experience or twenty-thre-ars ea ables him to guarmtee speed and perma- nent relief in the verse aisr of Sufpieasiwi anJ eif r Mtnatrual DerHytmrnttrrm ukatttfT cause All letters for advice must contain SI . OBice. 9 Endleott street, Boston. N. n. Board furnished to those who wish remain nader treatment. BoCoa. June 24. 16:. d.Uwly IIUY.ME VXD PI.I. DO YOU GOOD." VR.L.1.YG LETS Koot and Herl) Ri((cr., A STANDARD MEDICINE i without the pos sibility of a doabt the best remedy known f ir tbe following and all kindred diseases -Indigestion, Coetiveccis, Liver Ccmplaint, aehe. Heartburn, Dyspepsia, Dizaines, Scrolula, s-alt Rheum, Languor, Lailcets, Debility, Jaundice, Flatulency, Hnmers, Foul Stomach, Jtc. By the timely use of this medicine tbe blood Is parUe-i. The . ppetite is restored. The system is strengthened. The liver ts Invigorated. The breath U sweetened. The complexion is beautified. And the general health is restored. A gentle laxative. An aggreeable tonic. A plendi-t appetizer. A h sdesi stimulant. A re viver of drooping spirits. Sold by all Dealers in Medicine everywhere. ROOT! JIOOTI KOOTl HEAD ' READ READ ! Root's 1'estacuim: preserve, the life of the Hair; Changes it from gray to ita original color in three weeks; prevents the hair from failing. Istbebestar ticle for dressing the Lair ev er fouod in market ; w Ul surely remove dandruu and cure all dieases of the scalp, is delightfully perfumed, cures baldne, and will not stain the skin. We tell lhe story ijuickly,and tell it true, when w e say it is a perfect Jteatorcr and II retting; Combined. Ko other preparation for tbe hair contains l'ettachio Kut OiL S old by all Druggists. URUIN SKINNER & CO., Sole Proprietors, Springfield, Mass. urc; Lire: i.ifci DOPS : DROPS ' DROPS ! AvzxiCAS Lire Dcors will cure Diptheria, Coughs, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Asthma, Rheumatism, Neu ralgia, Ague in the Face, Headache, Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Chilblains, Croup. Colds, reveraoil Ague and Cholera In a tlncle tiny I Sold by all Druggists, with full directions lor use. OltlUN SKINNER & CO , Prop's, Springfield, Mass, 6. C. GOODWIN & CO., Agent-, Boston, Mass. PERRY'S .MOTH AXD FRECKLE I.O TION". Chloasma, orMotfcpateb, (also Lirtrspot.) and Lentigo, or Freckles, are often very annoying. pattl:ularlr to ladies of Ught complexion, lor the discolored spots show more plainly on the face cf a blonde than a brnai tie ; but they greatly mar the beauty of either ; and any preparation that will eflcctuallj remove them wlthoct Injuring the texture er color of the skin la la certainly a deside ratim. Dr. B. C. Terry, who baa made diseases o the skin a specialty, haa discovered a remedy for these discoloratlonj, which ia at once prompt, infal lible and harmless. Prepared only by B. C. PERRY, Dermatologist, No. 49 Bend Street, New York, and for sale by all druggists ; price 2 per bottle. Call for PERRY'S MOTH and FRECK'-E LOTION. Sold by all Druggists in Burlington. Dee. 13. wm Tlrtii fa rTr-artier tit Ml ft; GET T II E BEST. YYcbter's Unnbiidsed Dictionary. NEW ILLUSTRATED EDITION. Thsroughlr reriied ani much enlarged Over 3,000 Fine Engravings. Is a well-nigh ind!apenable requisite for every Intelligent family. It contains 10,00 WORDS and MEANINGS not found in other ' 'ictionaries. It is now believed to to by far the most complete, u.eful. and satisfactory Dictionary of the language ever published, as it is by far the largest single volume ever issued in any languaje. The possession of any ither Kngllsh Dictionary, or any previous edition or this, cannot compensate for the want of this very full and complete one. In Its present I erfeeted state it must long remaia the REaT ENGLISH DICTIONARY, andoneepossiss ed. remain of constant and ablndlng value. What book, betide the Bible, so indispensable as a good Dictionary I i - Afl AXtVRor&l Oaartn Paeres. Published by G.bC MERRIAM. Springfield, Mass. Sold by all Booksellers. irr 4NTED. Agents In every town, for the best YV " one dollar anterprise la existence. In a clue- ef 33 a f a) Sewing Machine guaranteed, of 50 a Silver TVavcn, oi iw uoiu iiuuuiit ,w.u. for circulars. ... 5. 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A PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW OF MARRIAG K, containing nearly 300 pages, and l) fine plate engravings or tbe Anatomy ol the Human Organs in a state of Health and Disease, with a Treatise on Karly Errors, ita Deplorable Consequences upon tbe Mindsnd Body, with the Authors Plan of Treat ment t'ae only rational and successful mode cf cure, as shown by the report of cares treated. A truthful advLer to the married, ana those contem plating marriage, who entertain doubts ot their nhrsical condition. Sent free of oostsire to air it d cress, on recsipt or 23 cents, in stvmrui or posta currency, by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, No3" Maiden Lane, Albany. N. Y The author n-aj b consulted upon any of the diseases upon which hit look treat,. Medicines sect to any cart tt the world. r ARRI.vGE AND CELIBACY. An essay of 1VJ. warning randinttructionfervcurcmen. Al- D'stasts aud Abuses which Drcmaturelv nn. trate the vital Dowers, with tore means or relfe Kent free of charge, in sealed letter envelopesf Addrtss Dr J rKlLLIN HOUIiliTON, Uiwar AHocUUon, Philadelphia. Pa. A Hocsxuolo NtcesslTr Exists roa tuc ess or DcRxo'a Celcbratco CATiaan S.icrr. The best known remedr for a cU in th s.ij.n Headache, SnuBes. Sores Eve. Deafntra and the went forms or that lonttuome disease, CATURR1I. It cleanses the entire head. Its effects are Dlea- sant and wonderfal, contains no totaeeo, nor inju rious ingredient. It has the highest profossknal testimonial". Sold by all druggists ror II cents per box. Can be sent by mail on receipt or 30 cents ror oneboxorttfo-fourbexes. Ad-iresJAS. DURNO, P. O. Box 1235, NEW YORK CITY. Wholesale by D. BARN ES A CO., 21 Park Row, New York. SIIER.MA.V Ai CO.. 148 CHAMBERS ST., SEW YORK. rrTnUMSARIANS, Mediators cf Wine, and proprietors of the World Round Bevera; s Cholera Anticipator, Cholera Wash aad Ilnmor fcoap. Tbe Beveiages are a mild and delicious drink, possessing all the qualltiea of a medicine, yet harmless andeihilaratlngasa coverage. Tbe only prouueert oi me nu.vuGKlib "WORLD ROUND" ANTICIPATOR, warranted to cleanse the svsttm. cure all Clim&(-al mmnltlf.lt ami . dicate Humors or every kind and nature. It Is im- potsioie tor .ooiera vt exist wnere the wash is used asout the premises. The "HcrorSoap." perfectly marvelleus in its effect, pre(aredrrom herbs alone; Itcausesold flesh and sores to heal, an-t ear, La u, on the most delicate akin with benefit, mwc-jin' all the qualities or the most delicate emollient or Toilet Soap. A book giving a roll description or this wonderful discovery is distributed free, or mailed to any address for two stamps. Dru ists and dealera will do well to examine these "truly most timely preparations, put up ia the most unique tab!. r HI EV ERA G K. " U"' '" C. P. TAFT, CO Washington Street, Boiton, Agent. C! flOn AOESTS wanted, to sell six new Inven I,VJUU tlons, or great value to ramillea ; all pay great profits. Send 13 centa and get 80 pages, or 25 cents and get ) pages and a sample "ratls. EPHRAIM BROWN. LoweU. Mass. Ori ACHES or Land for Sale in New fceJtVJvJU Jersey, near the Camden and Atlan tic Railroad, and a front of nine miles on the Dela ware and Raiotaa Bay Railroad, adjoining the vil lages orUammonton aid Atsrin. a large amount ot Cranberry Land. To those seesing Investment, this u a rare opportunity Price jMW, Terms Liberal All necessary inf. rmation furnished on addressing the owners. Will be sold as a whole or In parcels. Address E. MATLACK, No. 901 Market Street. Philadelphia, Pa. GEORGE I'. ROWELL A. CO.,Advertising Agents, S3 Congress street. Itoston, possess uaequailed facilities for securing the prempt Inser tion of advertis nents. In all newtpapers publis' ed in the United States or British Provinces. Letters or inquiry promptly answered. Trey arc acfieriied to contract for this paper at our regular rates. l.VARI.VA CRACKERS If yen want the JL most delightful and healthy nourishment ever made, try Wing's celebrited Farina Crackers, la purchasing besure and getthe right kind; ask for Wing's Cracksrs, and take none bnt these havin the name A. WING stamped oa them. BOGLE A LYLES, Sole agents, 63 Barclay Street New York. WAKE YOUR OWN SOAP WITn B.T. BAB BITTS Pure Concentrated Potash, or Ready Soap Maker. Double tbe strength or common Pot ash, and superior to any Saponifier or lye in the market. Put np in cans or one, two, three, six, and twelve pounds, with directions In English and Ger man, ror making Hard and heft Scap. One posed will make fifteen gallons ol Soft Soap. No lime is required. Consumers will find this the cheapest Pouah in market. 1!. T. BABBITT, 64, 63, 16, 6T, 6S 6J, 70, -2 and 7t Washington St, N. Y. CHEVALIER'S LIFE FORTIIE HAIR. Will Restore Gray Hair to ita Original Color, Strengthen an4 ITrmote the growth ofthe weak est hairs stop Its ruling out; keep tbe head clean, cool, and healthy ; can te uied freely; contains nothing injur-ocr; is unparalleled as a UalrDrers. tr-g, and is recommended and ue-l bt- our best rnvsietans. Iaiureyoa, Ladies and Gentlemen it la all you require for the Hair. Sold by ail Druggists, and atmv office. No li3 Broadwaj.N. Y.SAUAU A. CiiEVAUER. M. D. At Whtlcale In Bcston by lieo. C. Goodwin a. Co. Weeks Potter M. S. Burr Co., Carter Wiley. PATENT OFFICES. Inventors who wish to take out Letters Patent are advized tocounel with Mesrs VUftN A CO.. editors ot the Scientific Amenean, who hare pro secuted claims bef. re tile Patent Office for nearlv Twenty Ytars. Ihe'r American and European Pa tent Agency is the most extentlvolnthe world. A pamphlet, containing full instructions to iuren tors, is tent gratis. Address MUNN A tO.,No-37 Park Row, New Ycrk. THE HO W E 8B2 H'l.Vfi ,mt CBBB.YES, Unrivalled for manufacturing cloth or leather roods. Also, the new DROP FEED MaCniNES, with the latest Improvements for Family Sewing aud light manufacturing t the most 9trLE, pcrakls, and irrrcrivr In use. FLUM31ER A WILDER. General N. E. Agents, 59 Broomfield St., Bcston. AMERICAN PEAT COMPANY. ;.- 'pins Company, having the rixht to operate under JL ore patents, are now seiunq Machinery, nutl Territorial llighti To the same to manufacture fuel cf the best des cription for steam or domestic use. ALBERT UK I TEL KY, Agent. 42 1-2 KUby Street, - Boston, Mnti. ATTENTION! SAMPLES worth from one to five dollars sent free br return mall. Address W1LLARD A CO., 313 Fulton Street, Brooklyn. N. Y. DANIEL H. HAY' WARD t to. Mancfactcrebs AND DgALIRS I.N K V B MS J II GOODS OF EVEltY UESCRIPHON.. 70 Milk and 73 Congress Street. Boston. UPHOLSTERY GOODS. mxDoir SHADES, Window Shade Fixtures, Hollands and Linens, Lace and mottlugham Lace Curtain,, CURTAIN CORNICES, Table Oil Cloths, Enameled Clothf. Pietore Core's, nvar be round Wholtaale and Retail at COFP A PEAR'S, .137 Washington Street, Boston. Do yoa Wear Spectacles I ArcyoaNear-clghtedl Have yoa weak Eyes, or Sore Eyes ,or any Disease ot the Eytf Write J. Ball A Co . 123 Nassau 11 oc, toox.ui r.u.j it. 1. ior A. their Treatise cn the lye. &tVftttt.f fpM in in, adjreix. ttv. are reiDinaiblc men incapable ormunuonai dMtpttOB or JjopoalUon." (Editors.) PURE ITALIAN OR. COLD COLORED BEE?, which the annexed cuts represent woaxaa. olOT. A'7 i j ' 1 ' , I i r.ioRStl.P t i. - . fc color 'rfttae7n. .. !" lnown thlLt " -ltk ih.iJv'! , "J4' txttLt b" uch to u mui latir Mm. Tk.1.1 l. . . I wn Wuecns BiTaxrH!.L' H:,t.a' 5"" pure Qn, of late importation. ' Sadi "exT. n sive arrangements, and secured on 7r ?k. I . L"'""tm ' " '"-try oea.h,i me that I am now prepared to furnish the oolb or licbt colorid Queens at reasonib a rate. d will warrant all Queens sent, to bare paired with tbe pure Julian froie, and I will rurtter warrant the maj ritv or worker fee, reared from said Q, to teartlre. distinct strip., cr.bands.lter hej I" two weeks old and distenri.ri .i.i. v.J. til i tier- wise, I will forward another Queen free. receipt orartatnp to pay return postage, 1 will ItKSeu,e'ii " NoteaH persons areTorbidden tocoi y after anv tt these or get them copied or use 'tim i i n i rauEcutaarecar-y Rhkud. K. P. KIDDER. Burlington. Vt MMIE REST IS ElT. H i v K 1 THf ,f 0R-D.-I take this -ppVrtnnitv- if iJ.Vnf Sf ? - mm,r,'"1 tnttA ,tt 1 ,Ia engrged In with 'vV.'T8 bf in"','E'i tnrurni.h Bee-Keepers with anything in my line. Ontherecelrt of 5 centstamolwlll r,.. ")..'" 1 ;Vf-lir,y p,'f "h th ' my "rice L"t kX;.UM" 1 V VV':' aftrm.tion to B " Keepers. K P. KIDDER, Burlington, Vt. A l$l?i,K VfVK",S" I11TF. CI.O-,k- V ER, which is cocideifd tne a thl te.t Honey producing plants known I can now sup ply a limited amount tr ir i plied frrsoin. Cnthe receipt or 50 cents, I will ,end enenh to sow 14 rods or ground. K. P. KlDDhR, Burlington. t g-Va- Noav- EG IAN SEED CORN t-JtmeS ftr sml. early elh!-row.d Com that will ripen in -10 days from piantin" it around and season are favori.ie. On rneiot or cents, ih forward enough, i.ott paid, to plant one knndre.1 bills, and on receipt ir one dinar enough lor three hucjlred hil a. Address II. B MANN.Boxi9t,Burlingtoa,Vt. NOTICE. rIIEREAS my wife Aurelia A. Caron has left Tl mv bed and htarri w 1 1 K..-r tnm..ru this is to wain all person; against harlwr ngcr trusting ter on rev aeeetmt. a. 1 litt1 k.. LOUIS GARi'N w3w Mia. n, April I3lb, IPrt. E. C. RYER, ARCHITECT. Would respe-tfullr ainouat the citlsens of fs vie Oltv that he his ooenot an -iffi-o l!tnr..h Street, nurly oppsito Pi'tt Si ouit Bust w iere h is pr-parel i exeoste lluvn, Srccir.v. -tii is anil DtTAlLA for PnMic ait.1 Prime Bail -njt ani In aiv eslrdtvl Spedti ateut, n gitea to making Draieiogs aa-1 Suvctfioasiont fr the Piitent 0s. Appl at bovr. or dar-ss e c.Kvm, Box H9. Buriingtos, Vt March 17 diwiwm w a n ted: The Uuderslgneil Win Hantolu Partner. t NY smart energetic man with a, smalt caoiial A. wiiifindtiaa rare chance for a. profiuMe iuvestment. Also AUENTS WANTED In every tnn in Ver mont and New Hamphire to sell the Ohio Putno something which ever) one should have, for a description of this pump send for a ueseiipuve circular, apply to or addres. LUU13 LiV.Mlt.lt. pril 16-d'Uwlm. WlUlsuu, Vt. FRANCIS CAMPBELL'S ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT. To all rersoat con- Distnct oi Chittenden, ss. t cerned in the Estate rl Francis Campbell, late of Underhlll. In said Dis trict, deceased. UlCVlIUg. At a Prolate Court holden at Bnrlinzton. wimin :d tor the District of Chittenden, on the 7th of April, A. D. l-ee, an Instrument, pcrporting to be tbe last Will and Testamentcf Fran'is Camp bell, late or Underbill. In said district, deceased, was presented to tbe Court aforesaid, lor Probate. And It u ordered by said Court that tbe 1st day of May. A. D. IS, at tne rronate lou-i nooms in said Burlington, be treigned for proving said Instrument ; and that notice thereof be given to all persona concerned, by publishing this order tnreo weeks successively In the Burlington Free Pres. a newspaper printed at said Burlington, previous to tho time appointed. Therefore, yon are hereby notified to appear be fore said Court, at tho time and place aforesald.and contest the probate of la'dWtU. if yea have cau-e. (liven under my hand, this Tin day of April, A 1'li'' T. E. WALES. Judge. wt?3 hTATK OF VERM ONI . 1 p nisTRicr or CHITTIVDrV, sj. J v Ihltt Co. Clerk's Seeond Office. Tues-iay In April, A. V. l-w. I, J. a. Adams.Clerk ef Chittenden County Court, having on this second Tuesd vy in April, A. D. I -60, duly opened, sorted and counted the votes cast by the freemen or said Couaty, in the various town thereof, on the first Tuesday in March. A. D iSl-. ia the election ot County Commissioner, do, pur suant to law, hereby ccrtiry that Edwin D. 3!asi a received the largest number or said votes, and ti.ts Is duly elected County Commissioner fr aiid C un ty or Chittenden, ftr the year ensuing. Given under my baud at tho City cf Turlington, this Second Tuesday In April. A I). lfS. J.8.ADA5IS, Chittenden County Cierk. wl33. NELSON W. FAIRCHILD'S KST 1TB. State or Vermont, I'pUE HenoraMo the District ofCMttenden.ss) X rrobate Coart t. r the District or Chittenden. To all pertons Interested In the estat; ef el-on W. Falrchtld, late or Milton, in svid District, deceased. flREKTMA. Whereas, said Court hath asslgiedtie 3d day cf May next for the settlem'ntcf tbe administra tion account or the adm!ni"tratnx or the estate or said deceased, and ordered tnat public notice thereof l.c given U all oersrne interested In said estate, by publishing thts order three weeks successively previous to the day a. signed, in the Rurlinston Free Press, printed In Burlington, in said District. Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear at the Probate Court rooms, in Burliogteo, on ibe day assigned, then and there tg eote t the ail w ance of said account, if you see cause. (liven undermy ban .this l.th day of April, A D. 136C T. E. WALES, Judge. wt2w3 CHARLES P. BROWN'S ESTATE. Srirc or Vermost. I'rHE Hooorakle the District or Chittendens, J 1 Probato Court for the District or Chittenden. To all persons intere-ted in the estate or Charles P. Brown, of Wllllston. in said District Gheeu.to. WncaiAS applleitlon halh teen made tu 'h Court ia writing, hv tbe guardian of aald aro lo 1 license to sell tee whole of the real estate of si c warl, setting f.rth therein that his sahl wanlownt an und'vMed half of the nl and peraorvtl estate whre. fMeplen M.Brown, UU if Wlllist..-.. . said district, deceased, s-.tat in sl-i vv. 1 . 1 st- n, subject to the right f dower and horaestea I r th wiuow or said Utcetd therein, avid real enale ron.tt ng or t'.c hnmetMio "t ii''" hill rarm of liO cre, and tie Barber lot of Si . r and tt at t would be nKluoive t the Inter. - 1 said ward tbt the same be ild and cm: veite-i ... raone And thereus-n the said Couit appolnte.1 an a signed the 3d day ifVst, a. D IS 6. at the Pr-. aie Court rorrs.in said district. I. k.raniO' 1 upon said appifcrati n 1 ant oMrd that pu. lie -ti-e there..! be alven to all prsiat alic- - . intreln.puMlsh ns ibit order three l tlvelv.in tbeBurii iron F.te Pre, s.d-i-. which e-rcalateslo the neighborhood or tfHo-1. -sons I teroted th rrt ., all ol wnic p-iMI. t . s-l be previous to the lisse appointed fur he 1 tn ' Therefore you are hereby QOtilte ' toapperb-f re svid Lour', at me vi'te a-t -rr-?..--, and there to ooj-wt to the granting ef lit license, If you see ciusr. Given undermy haad, at the ProttaU C-urt rooms, this I2th day or April A. I f T. rl. WALES, Jadito. W42w3 ANDREW J. ( ILLEV9 EsT VTE TlfE the Suncri'irs, having been appx-lntee ' t the HonoraMetheProbateConrtlorthe !)! trlct or Chlttendeo, ComtnUtloners to receive x amine and adjjvt tho Cairns a d deounda t 1 persons, against the estate cf Andrew J. 1 ii.s . fa'e of Jericho. In said di-triei, represeateJ i.s -vent, and also all claims and demands exbl ed n Gffet thereto ; and six monlht frocn the ') . thi iate hereof, being allowed y said Oourt t-at Eurpoie,wedo,therefore.h-reby glvenotke.li at -e will aitendto the business of oor appomttaetit at e dwelling of widow LucretU CiUev In Je Irho.n. si district, cn the third Tuesdays of Mar and Auius next, at 10 o'clock, a. ., on each or said di Dated this 2Ut dar of F' rttary, A. ., 1-64 ii.vjii riau, t touiui- ELUAII B. RE8D.J slon CHARLES L. HODGE'S ESTATE STATE OF VERMONT, 1IB IUnora'-ie fie District of Chittenden, is. J s Tobite Cil for tbe District of Chittenden. ... To all personv Interested In the tt tail or Charles L. Hodges, lateofrtlllbwn 1- ule dlttrlct. Gasaii'O Wocreas, application In writing hath been n a . to this Court by the guardian cl said ward fc r . e ensc to sell the whole of tho r at estate cf said m setting forth therein that he said ward owns nn nndivitled filth part or tho undivided h,H if f.. .r In .lid Willi. ton if lUut -JO teres I formerly owned by Jacob U Hodges ilecessed. suy t to the dower ofthe widow orsaiddecetsed therein. also a certain iniereii in uie nast ","'" copied by said wIJow laTthe village of Wlllistoo, la which said widow haa a claim for homesteal and , 'r$?b'? UURIU . , . . 1 ' r.r,i Rooms. In said Dbtrlct.to Sear and deel ' upon said applleitlon and petition i."'.""V pSbllc notice thcreofbe given to all persons ilnterest- lDUIc IvWilW, ' m , , I ,1, . r-....---- - lleaUoni shall be provisos to the time appelated for Therefore yoa are hereby notified ti apprer Vs fore said Court, at tho lime and place aforerai.'. men aid there to ovjrctto the gnvntlagof such room,, thl. 3d day ot W&Mjfa Jat,. 1 41w3.