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THE BUKLINGTOjST. Vt. FEEE C-RKSS, FRIDAY IS LOUIS! IISTG, MAY 25, 186G.
John Minor Bolts has bent in his plan ol reconstruction He objects to that of the committee; of fifteen. He sajs that it leaves tbe I.'nion men of the south and the State jrovcrnmcnt entirely in the hands of the rebel-, and that consequently in four years ve shall have liardlv a loyal man in the south. He thinks the f.lan will not receive the approval, cither of the President or of the iKjuifitc numlicr of legielaturai, and so will fail. His proposition is as follows : All persons who were over twenty-five jcars of age at the outbreak of the icbcllion, shall he forbidden to hold any ofDre, legislative, executive or jadicial, unless they take an oath that thej have not voliintirily aided tbe re hellion. There shall 1 an absolute rcmiftion of the forfeiture of life, liberty and property for the crimes committed by and under the authority of thoee in relici lion There tlwuld nleo lie fin n.-ith kneiwlcelging sll piaricc to the United States asparamoant to allegiance to a State. Eve ry rchel in the hmiIIi, Mr. Bolts thinks, would bore rejoiced at such term" a vear ago. Politics or tuk fciTREME Cor BT. The Y as-lnnston corresnondtnt of the Chicairo Tribune pretends to have a-ceitained that of llic.ludeesol the Seitirewe Court. Mcmts Chafe, Miller. Swayne and Davi- agree with Congress, and Mef-rs. Nelson. (Jrier, CliOord and Field agree with the President, as to the portion of the Southern States and matters connected with rccun'tiuction Generally. The correspondent finds in this tijual division of oiiiniun the reason u v the Senate is re luctant to confirm as judge Mr. Stansbury of rti.; i .. .I.- , ;j . v i viiiu. wiiei niree- mm wiv rrcMucni ana would give him the support ol the majority oi me utircine .uun. Kaon hvnorE. A Panic ox 'Chance. Tho Cuba at Ne York from Liverpool, May 13trj, bring news of a money panic on the London Stock Exchange which produced, in twenty-four bonis, hiiiurts and suspensions involving over eighteen millions ol jounds sterlinc. an utmost '.ulal surpcrsion ol buti nts in the gttat centred ot commerce, the susprnt-iuii of the Rank of England Charter act, and an advance of the rate of interest to ten per etDt. Tbe bouses of Overt ml, Gurney A. Co., Sir Morton Pcto and others, were cle.-el, and contractors and tte-e-ulateiis went -by the board" on all sidts, frvtu tlie Wth to the 12th of May. Scenes of cscitciiHi.t nluievt tumultuous took place in Lombard street. At the latest moment new failures -io spoken of in Liv erpool, ana tuc name eit a house "well known in the American trade" mas "treely'' men tioned. The Rank of Kngland rnimi its rate of dis count to 9 per cent on the 11 th of May, and on the 12ih inst.. :wvatieil it to ten jer cent. The bullion in the Rank of KnpUnd decrc-'-ed to 353.l(i0 duting the week. L'nite-d S-atcs 5 20 wrie- (nominally) at CO a 65. There was a enteral improvement in all description of securitii on tho I2ch in't., and tbe ft-20- were at Is) a Cti. The firet lailorc wae ll.ai of a oomnara tivelv small bank, tbe ili-li Joint Stock, I for .00,000 werling. Then cme that of Pcto ft Retts tor lour Bii.Iiuns sterling ; ibeir hsmU, however.will more than meet their liabilities. Then that ol V. hrimpioo. railway eon tractor. foro4!0.(l(t0,and the Imperial Mer cantile Cicxlit Astucia'i .v, wlijee paid up capital is half a tuiliiju sit rung, aud Con soIidaliJ Discount Cuuipaut. with a paid op capital of a quarter ot a million. Runs on a number A jritate hankers took place but were all met. fue action of Government in suinding tbe flank Charter net, and allowing tbe Rink of England to isciie five iDillimie of notes in exeers, was aunuiuicvel in the- evening. 'I he Loiidun 'I inns, in an editorial, says, 'lfanvthing can jurlily the su-peuiem of the. Rank Cliatier net, ibe itroic which swayed the city to and fro on Friday (May ll) iaay excus the itcp, although 'we believe the j-oya of terror was ai prt'acfcing its end and wouM Imve sjieedily evarcd had no infp'Cti m ef the Rank law Lttn ttrniitled. Eten now it i probable the license- allowed to tbe bank will not be used. It cannot, however, be denied that about midd.iy yesterday the tumult became a rout. 1 Ik- eloois of the most Jeej ciatilc banking house were be sieged, more perhais tu a mob actvottdlu a strong sympathy trhuh rnaL't and ieeys a mob together, thau by the credited of Links, and throngs htarmy ami tijnbltng about Lanbard vtrex-t made that narrow tnorough tarc ini stable. Such excitement ca all sides has not been witnes ed iit she grand crisis of lt25. Each inua exaggerated the sutpiiiune of hia neighbor, and until a re port at that time unfounded, was circulated in the afternoon that the irovernment had authorized the bank directors to issue five millions additional iu notes, it Mned as if the fear and distrust, of the commercial world had (-.iddenly become boundless. Tbe statement was Uesleis at ihe time, but served to allay thecpanic. which bad no solid fcundaiioo. Even the announcement of IVtoV bu?nrion did not re-vic tbe janic in its first intensity, and the statement of other stopiiages produced little effect. The London Sties applauds the wise and prompt action of the Jyvernment, and says : " During Friday tbe Uink had extended iu loane autl discounts until tbe amount ex ceeded lour millions sterliug." Tbe i fleet was to reduce; the !ank reserves bv nearly three millions. This diminution and the prevailing distruel juetifk-d the gov ernment interveation. lty TCLESJIIAPI. Wasui.notuN, May 17. The friends of an tiualization of bounties are making a tremendous effort through the papers and around C"jngre;s to carry a bill through both Houtes. They arc certain cf a bill in the House but the stick ia in tbe Senate. New Yors. May lit Advices from San Domingo (-tate that on the 3d of April, t.c insurgent forces defeat ed the oovernrnent troops, occupying Mcd atak, taking o50 prisoners and most or thcli guns. Pimental lias been proclaimed Presi dent, and the insurgents are marching on the capital. Mexican dates, ot the 7th state that it is ryjyricd that Maximilian bad negotiated a loan in Europe. The correspondence with our Austrian Minister bus earned much discuion. A large quantity of arms shipped from New York nave arrived at Vera Cruz for the Imperialists. Sas Feancieco, May 1C. The Imperial Consul of .Mexico in this city has received official dii-patcbes via Aeva puloo announcing that the Liberals alter their defeat Micboacan, endeavored to rally but were surprised ami completely routed. The occutniiun ot Pauasiro by the Impe rialists is otbVially rcrwrt'-tj Uostos, .May 17. Tbe Biptitt Anniversary meetings com menced in thin city this forenoon. The firet meeting, that of the Society having charge of Hume Missions, is r'cld in Rev Dr Neat's church and will continue lo-dav and to-morrow. The butiotts cumins bf tore it will be of thp most ini)iiiit chsiacu-r and tnc aiecu&iuns in reicrence to iue eaucation and care ol the frudmcn arc expected to bring out the speaking talent of the denom ination. 3lw ioRK, -May IS. Mr. Stephens, the Fenian, is expected to start on his tour through the States on Mon day next. Tbe Committee sat jertcrday ta make ar rangements for his route." New Tors, May 19. Advices from Vera Cruz to the 8th state that the notorious guerilla Quantrell bad arrived there end proceeded to the citf of Mexico. On the 24th of April, 1000 men of the Foreign Legion arrived from Toulon. It was reported that 5000 French troops leave during the present month. The steamer John S. Stephens seized same time since by tbo Liberals was foond to fec tain contraband of war dedgned for the im perialist:'. Special despatches from Washington lUte that the Judiciary Committee have oomt to the exnilailom that A eviifkm im mot warrant the charge that Jeff. Davis is guilty of complicity in the assaseiaati jn of .Mr. Lincoln. New Oelea.is, May 18. The Red River and neighboring waters are rising into great flood. There h a cra vassc atUilmorcs abovtShrcveport and others arc expected. There is untold tufil-ring in in tuo flooded oi-tnctn and it i- feared that the nc in the Red River will increase the suffering and ruin the crops. Tho Louisiana cotton crop will be exceed ingly until. The yellow fever is prevailing at Vera Crui, small pox at Truxiilu end cholera lwd ly in Guatemala. New Yokk, May 21. The" President U preparing a proclamation to explain that bis recent proclamation of peace abrogated martial law throughout tho South, and there will be no military inter ference in the coming trial of Jeff Davis, ta prevent an expression of tho jury. ! Gen. Grant has ordered six more colored rceimcnts to bo mustered out while 17,000 colored men will be detained in the service. It is intended to send a number tj the Far West. Gen Dcvins commanding at Charleston, S. C. has received orders to muster out all i white volunteers in that department, atnmg j them the 15th and 10th Maine and 30th Mats. ; Wasmncto.v, May 21. The reconstruction debate in th Senate i called foward to as developing the prospects of the Ri publican party in the fall election Gen. Ftssennen's speech will nttrach genera attention al , that of Mr. Summer. The Johm-jn meeting at Pmla., was a fi- ele. Certain members of the Cabinet proru- iscd to attend but backed out. The Johnson men are Irvine very bard to pet Stanton tn write a l-old letter or make a speech for the President s jiolicy. but thus far he refutes to give offence to hi- radical frieml in that mnnncr. It is thought to-day that Senators Morgan. Stewart and Jim Line will vote for tbe Con stitutional Amendment adopted by the House, if the 3d section is stricken out. Even Martin of Minn, savs he will do sn out iiis wonl is not good. Mr. Sumner wants deliv but will not he able to get it. Steamer Arizonc from Asr,.nwall 30th has arrived. ' The Sionish fleet bombarded Callao and! were repulsed. All tlie vesel were more or less damaged and Admiral .W ws ldly wounded, Little damage was done to i the city. Ten Peruvians were killed and 20 wound ed. The Spanish loss is suppose-d to be heavy. The Peruvian Sec. of War wa killed. Th c6ght lasted till four in the af ternoon, when it ended by the withdrawal of the Spanish G et. Nothing rcli thle has Iven lies' d of the Spanish lo-s. Chving to the short tunc which elaed letwcen the termination ot tbe en gagement and the departure of tho Vandcr hilt, that vessel brings no further intelU cence nor was it known whether tbe Span iards intended to renew the attack. News of the defeat of the invaders was received with great cntbusustn by the in habitants of Panama. Advices (ruin YttltaKiHo ot tbe 17th ol April, report the bloekado raised and the Governiscnt brought into foice. Washington-, M 22 It is alleged that the investigation inUi the failure of the Merchants Htnk will how tliat Government disbursing officers who made such large deposits in t.Mt institutinn were induce' to do ty tbe ply men t of in terest oi the derm-its. It is alleged the credit, appear on tlie books of the Itank to mjiuc offieers ol the Covernmetit, which are supp- sed to hate artien in this wny. Ihe investigation h at a stand, still for the pren-nt. It will soon be resumed. - . , -, Sc-natur Sherman will try to get up the Iioan Hill in the Serwte thu aftern i and i quite conuelent ot its mssagc if l'. is ever able to get it up and obtain a vote The Committee on Ways and .Means ol the Hou-c are not at present favorable to the bill, but bee. McCuttoch i war inly ad vocating it and vi',', pulubiy be able to car ry it out. New Yok, May 22. Some details of the light at Callao arc published. The Perutians bid nine batter ies, mounted with 32 pounder guns nd .'(K! wonder Armstrongs, and four -30 nounders ril!.M fw.l'T.-K ltm Imniliii1 I. Miami ictoria and three wooden cuntioats. In lets than half an hour the Villa de Madrid had her mutite power elerangeii and was towed out of the action- Tbe Itrreuguela moved out 20 tuinaiei later, leaking badly. At ball pat two the Numancia and Resolu tion retired to repair injuries, but sun re turned to their positions. The rest of the fleet except tbe two first named continued to fioht to the end of the action. oon alter the commencement ol the buttle a Peruvian battery containing two 3U0-pound Armstrong was blown up dis mounting the guns ana .tiling and wound ing every one in tbe vicinity. In nr. other b-ttcry a 300 lb urmstrong was dismounted at the firet fire, with this exception the tire of the Peruvian batteries was heavy and well directed and every mo ment became mure fatal and destructive. Soon after five the Spaniard-! ret I nil tbe batteries firing until they were out of rage. The last gun was fired, by the Monitor Vic toria. Tic Peruvians arc said to hate lost CO killed and 170 wounded. J lie shut dUabling the steainpipc of the Villa de Madrid, killed IS and wounded 21. and it was thought that the total Spanish loss far cxcccde'l tuat of the Peruvians. The Villa de Madrid fiai tight shot holes in tier side. Ttic, IlcrcngueU was struck -ill times and the others nearly as many. The officer of tbe Vandcrbilt thiuk tHwt the Spanisn are in us condition to renew the at tack. Tbey had only solid shots, so the city was little injured. New York, May 21. Advices from the City of Mexico to the 3d inst., that a number of cx-rebcl settlers in Mexice had an interview with Maximilian during which tbe Emperor received them as axilcs and cxpras-cd bis desire to see Ameri can capital introduced into tbo coontry, but at the same time urging them not to take part in political discussion. On tne question of slavery he was special ly strong in condemning forced labor of every tied. The mortality in the City or Mexico is re ported to be very great, owing to defective drainage and tne aceutnulAtiun of filth. New York, May 19. Stephens the Fenian eays the sum ol JC2S, 014 has Licen cent to Ireland for the Fenian Brotherhood from this country. Geo. Sweeny publishes extracts from the Dublin iYofion, showing that bis war policy is preferable to the policy ol the O'Mahony puny. The Health officers report that no death or admissions occurred on tbo cholera ship yes terday. Cairo, Iu. , May 17 The removal of Col. Stoo, tho radical postmaster ol this city is announced. Col. Graham is named as his succewor. Military prisoners from Little Hosk, Ark., pissed through here to-day tn route to the penitentiary in Columbus. New York, May 17. Gta. Sptaacr thinks of resigning tbo office j of Treasurer of the United antes, and tak- I ing the Presidency of a New York Insurance i cjmrny, It is reported from Charleston. S. C that I the ttay-law is pronouced unconstitutional. matUu, w.ra Afsrs... Jn- H Cri?iil, raintr Cramp iSttm!KtTBtKtlt, Sick s ew Uates, Jay 1 1 . cr Jw Uma.x FainUr-, Cdic c and Is warranted The election of U. S. Senator by the State t0 or B9 Mr. j, purely vegetable, without a Sena'te 5s' postponed one week. ( plrti.i0 0f opUt or nireotla. Elihly aromatic, . very pleascatU the taste, mild, but sure la Its New Y3EE, May 17. fleets, warms, and itr erttsm, acU A Washington dispatch a?jj -ood progress ! like a charm, trding almost ii makinr on tbe Revenue bUl, and the tart relief, and a taste of the article wHl utUJr the referriDg tolicensea is nearly finished. . most rcoulon. of these- facts. Boldly all dealen The action of the House tn regard to the la medldno. Please send for eUoalar. Try It, tobacco tax is exciting mueti .ntesest. A !repredoalyby-nWA!-a.!iDTIOH, rorldenec, harp fight will be made on Mr. Scbenck R.I. SSUAB BARNE8 CO, of New York, Cen uaendraent, xnaluog the duty oa cigars td I oral Agents. Tkersm instead of apeiific. I Vay I, twam. Tho Ways and Means Committee and Rev enue officers oppose tho propo-ition Eastport, Me., MaT 21. The Store of Tarrcn flith.iwav arrnt of the His tern Expr Co., was broken open getting the profeny owned by the Fenians, which bad lee-n attached for debts due par ties here. Maj. Senott and ten or twelve Fenians, all that were left here, disappeared Siturdiy night, also sumo of their boats, which had been stticlicel for debts. Sas Francisco, May 22. Fifteen thousand Fenians assmblcd at tho Poiple's Park, Sin Metro, to express their devotion to the cause of Ireland and to use the-ir influence to heal dissensions among the Rrotherhood. The utmost harmony pre vailed. The French coolie ship Kougkonghas been seiztel by coolies on board. When tho ves sel was recovered from them, she was cover ed with blood mid dead cooties. A collision liit'l occurred on board a vessel in tbo Jlaoo trades in which 100 Chinamen were killed The British gunboat OfosMim had eap turetl a pirate. New Yobk. May 23. Advioee from llavnnu May lUth stale that several guano cayt Imd tn discovered on the island. The Governiu.nt inonojioly on tobaeco lata been al olished. Advie-es from Sau Domingo to the 5th stale that President I5aez was jassing the sentence ol death on all prisoners ol war j and conspirators captured hy his men. i ne uayuens nail tcn Ueleatcel hy lilez7 troupe. . Another revolution bad been plot i u" 1,1 "V an" IVetident Gell'rard had ik ! "ondenee in his troops. I l'0 " ctively prei preiarinir for tbe coniin- shock ol a great European war. It wns thought that an offer on the part of tho I'mted Sutes ol mediation lictween Sjwin and her enemis in the Pacific would lie ry Hgrceable to the Cabinet ol the Queen. New Havix, May 23. '1 he Senate concurred with the House to day in clcctim; Onia. Ferrv to SUPPfWli ! - r- .ortt'r.ai' v Senator, whoso term ex- , I,lre8 Mireh 1SG7. Tnc vote whs strict- ! Z 'r ttn li lor rui ' v v. ri r...i ... i ".. 'J5 UUlr-e olmuion R9 Cller of Interna Hnenoo Vlu, reoo.aidered , K,,!, ' si" sion laM rriday, and the whole subject re- I upencu. HCKUXCTOXlimSEM College. ThiainitUu tion is ilcaigoed to Impart to young men a sow no radical burinttt education which shall fit them for active datj In any department of busi ness. The College Monthly with all information may be obtained by addressing Bryan Stralton ana Iloyt, Itarlmgton Vt. 1 tiilii g'iu : i 1 i .". , : Cambridge Cnttlu .Market. Amount of Use block at Market. , . Cattle, baecp Lambs. Swloe This week, 6ii aig ltm rr. m Vermont. 107 6 ... Prlca or slarkei Beef-exUa I3 ?i 14 is. F.rst ejaalllA 13 do i3 tel. rsroouo quality, ll ; sP u fin. Tntru liij . id i.i sJJ on. V.twan.g uxf u pji.ii fix oa.i e 30o. Mihh torsanJ . !., us, 65, tr 1.5. lwoearolcl J)l . Three cars o d. 6. 75. t"rue ul tsheep and u in In hits (1 -.fi.3 Sillst 4 mi eacii i txlra 4 Hi ; on, or from I ft 7 e ft fepr.ng LamlM 6 a 7. Wan f,i0io Hides t 0 oc p h. Tallow ; m sc- fb. Pelt, It : tc s each. t'll Mi-D' AK f Ol UEMAKKS. ('altle- There were about more head of Cattb brouiht to nwrkel this neet than last. iheUrgwst bum'r was from Cicada, an.i the remainder te HBa'j ws, iruB UDSU, son TJ from the No.tbcrn buues. ijieh "iH'a,lr' hraa 01 We-torn, anrea tb eieeotaoo of rest over from Hrlti ion. Tna proapeot Is, that baca ha Uk evrulr) live tiuvk mu ssrs intij ik gosn ieei,ana ucaro r rs tell at Uut'. Urn tar Ihe farmers have nut aof lered im aoocu.t of dry weather. Ihe quality of the cattle this week as not so good as l,t week, and prices about Sue V emu hlghtr. hales were not tory briak. ste p and Ibs -There wire sonic lota of wool ed b1ku brasight In which were mi. There were some I A it tr a CaLada. ton lots were vert gnod and ot' ers poor oawtrgti. bat the drovers had no troaole tn soiling theta. as tbey were all needed to zuppi; uiw IIONTON JIAHKKT. WaoxcaoAr. Mavitt. FLOl'K The sales of Western superfine hare hwwi at aV n T. . wiwm.ir. ...... a, u i. u . - - , ii i piw aim ohotce at (iJ tt .1 Y bU Louis fll M ISM t b 1. Cora sml f 1 M S -t C-'j bid. eil:.l.N.-Nil li f iwm bontbern yelUn, now he.d $ ol ; uu 9j ST ic fur Western utixe4. erataat t'J Aid irusit iur forihrn and Canada IfjK)etbt:r hai-ebeen small sales at) t hash. thitc Hatis $t tt 1 73 fur common and good bine pud, $ . S .vi ur uutrruw aud $ : 75 &f 3 for extra pea. t anada Pea ate are quiet at fl 25 SV I to f oaah, and cLuic are held at II 6". In Lu rl ti mer t hate been sales ol SOOj bush Canada lUst. oodquilitt, at MS V Lush, hborts hare heca saliibK al (a at i. ; Flue ie-od SS S9 30 ; and Mid ulinga i Ai a A t tun. t-hoVl Ui.M-aJe at 126 50 ft 47 for prime; 31 oO ft M fx-moss, and 30 sS Jo (or olear, euih . Bee 1 1 e l for mess ; it 0 J3 for extra mess, and lia 0 .6 lor lamdy e-xlra. In Lard no enange, with ; stea .t sales at tli ST Oe l 9. bmoked Hams lite ' 9te P B. hu.ur liasueciined considerably and ! still iclus doit award 1 he sales have been at 3b af ' ,2c fur cod and choice ew Vera andVelUHrtit j dairies, and 33 tt 37c tor common, e heeso remains the tame : amies of new ir iu 10 eT i Sc. and ood and ptim old at al s J3c f lb, as to qualitv. i.uuL Iheaaloso deuce aud nulled liavobeon l.orm.iou th at iriees ranzmg Irum 43 0 t8c for Mece, and 4 ST 6ic loi super and extra palled. iliarriL'tl. In nineelNU-irh May If lb. by Rev. C.E. Fcrrin, Lieutenant Alanson Keth Moore of the 7th Rczt Vt. Vols to Henrietta Adelia Sash of lllnesburzh In Amherst, Mass , April 2eth, by Professor J. II. Eeeley, Col. Ueo. N. Carpenter, or SoithBeld, Vt. to MIs Ajrnes A. Williams, of Amherst. i I?ictl. In Milton. April Mb. Mr. R.t an W. Ballard ;ed 60 y ears. In West Eoosbtuali, May llth, Rev. Peter Cl.afc, aged Toy ears. In Webster, N.Y. May llth, I3, at the residence of her son, Wm. Corning. Clarissa, widow of tne late Dr. Noah Corning, formerly of Wlltistcn, t. in her Kith l ear. Special polices. A. EITECTfAL WORM .MKUICINC Browzi VVci'inii iizfcCotufits, Or Worm Lr lenses. Much sickness, undoubtedly. with children and adults, attributed to other caus es, is occasioned by worms. The "Vimiirrori Cou nts," although effectual In destroying worms, can do no possible iolury to the most delicate child. This valuable combination ha beea successfully used by DhjttclaM. and found to be safa and sure In eradicatln: worms, so hurtful to children. CIlII.nrtUN" HAVING WORMS require Immediate attention, as neglect of the trouble often j exusrs prolonged sickness. I sti'toms or won us ix children arc often overlooked- Worms in the stomach and bow. ls(causs irritation, which can be removed only by the use cf a rare remedy. The combination cf Ingredients used In maklns Brown's ' rtrmifnge CenyHs" Is such as to give the lst possiblo effect with safety, CURTIS A DB0W3, Proprietor, .N'w York. Eold by all Healers In Medicine., at 13 cts. a lox. May IJ, IPtf-etawly. IMPORTANT TO FEMALES THE elebrated DR. DOW continues to devoto his entlr timet i tin trsit nsat of all diseues incident to a female st stern. An experience of twenty-thre ears ea ablas him to gamntee speedy and perma ncttrellefln the wrie cuss of 5unistsn sad a r'eraffnsrniafDcraayfraciifs.r-sa uisfsrer cent' All letters for advice mat contain $1 OSce. 9 End'coV, street, Boston. S. B. Board furnished to those who wish remain under treatment. BosVm. June SI. lEftt. d3tawly DR. HICKNELL'S STRl'P 3 THE GREAT CHOLERA REUSED 1 REDUCTION IS PRICE. ox inr .M.iii:nic.i.v WATCHES MADE AT WALTIIAM, MVSS. In cctuequenco of tLe recent sieat decline in oH and illrtr and all tto rraterltll n-ed is tLe toiuu flctare of oar soods and In ntIe!rUcn of aitlll farther decline, we hit e i duccd car prices tot low a point u tbey can Le p'sced WITH GOLT) .JT P.I It, lu that no one need Ln'.ti '.- to luy a natch coir frcm the exiectatloii that It wlllle d'tarcrit some futore time. Theteitof ten eera and the minnfaetnre and rtle of 5IOHE TIIAX 200,000 AVATCIIF, have Riven cur rrodnMlcna tbe very hliLejtriak among time-keepers. Comcenelnr with the deter mination to male only thoroughly excellent watchea, cur btwinNS his iteadily inntued a the pahlic became acquainted w.th their valoe.cntil for months together we have tern unable to supply the demand. Wo Lave repeatedly enlarged our factory building uttil thej now cover three acres of ground, and give accommodation to mere than eight hundred workmen We are fully Justified la stating that we now male xoniinA.t osinur or all the Watium sold ix ins U.xirrD SiArrs. TIe diCerent -radei are dbtiniruuhcd hy the fullonlng trade nrt en graved oa the plate : 1 "American Watch Co " Waltham, Mam. 4 "AppUtun, Traey A eo.-- Waltlum, Haw. 3 "P. S. Bartlctt,' Waltham, Man. t "Wm. EHery." '. Oar Ladle' Watch of flat quality la satml "Appleton. Tracy A Co." Waltham, Hut. 6 Ournext quality of Ladies Watch Is named 'P.S. Eartlettk" Waltham, ilttf. Those watches are furnished 'n a great variety ol sizes and styles of eae. The Amcrloaa watch Co. of Waltham, Alass. au- thorise u, to Ut. that wfthut dnttoetlor, of trid. tobethebettlrre.ier.r,ortheIrl1-.,1.l. t, member that unlike the guarantee of a f.r.tn mak cr wboein never be reached, this warrantee Is good at all times ajralmt tie Company or their agents. and that if after tbe moat thoroncfa trial, any ' wateh should prove defective In any particular, it ' nut) alwajs te exchanged ftr another. .As the American Watches made at Waltham. arc for silo by dealers sescrall) throujtbtut tbe country, we I do not solicit orders for single watches. 1 CAUTION. The pnblic are cautioned to buy j only of respect tide dealers. All persons selling ' counterfeits will be prosecuted. R0BHINS, APPLCTON & CO. ' A Rents for the American Watob Company. lis Washloctun Street, Boston. Mar dawlm. TUK IIKC'ISIVB KITTI.K. iias Baser FO!Tf;T aiv wax In every state, and City,an 1 Town In tbe Cnlon.by CristatloroKs Hair Stye ervernll woalt be rivals, and tho palm of tietory de d to it fr d.v'i at! r.'tieti of t-it do i abllit,-, rapidity of action, sitftetUag ami luhrl atin: properties, and entire fresdotn from every deleteious or nf Incredient. Manafitetcrad by J CJUSrAnjRo. Xo. c AHor lloase, ew i Vosk. Sold by Drazcfetr. Appileil hy all Hair I Drtase. 1 April r. IttTCilBLOR-MIAlK DVB THK BEST IN THE.WORLD. Ususnlesr. re ta He, uuUntaroas. the only tersest dye No d! poolntment, no ridiculous tints. Hue to sutare Waeker brown. Csi.' ft tfgntt WOUmm A Blrttltr. Also, Retenerated extract of mllledeur preserves and beantlRea the hair, preserves l ald neaa. Sold hy all drtiKcists. Factory -I Barccb SI...T. V dwl. STO DD A K II n CHOIjEHA SM'ECiriC : 'art- rrerentlre &d3 cure tor II O 1 U K A , e'tulrra .Mnrbu, Diarrli'.ca, I)jinter. Summer e..ni plaint.. I'll In in tlie stomaeli nnd Hnwels Ac. Its action a immediate and iWaiatsutjnd has len used by thoustasV since the Cholera Season ot IS49. Physicians use and recommend It. All ad mit It to be the Best e'omKinnd known for the Cosapiatnw for leh It fa designed. STODDARD A Bl'RTOK, Propriefc.rs, Tr.i. N.Y. Fur sole by all Dntxsists and Itealers in Medi Ines4 Apr'l :- dawfm. itch: itch: mm: Scs-alch ! Scratch ! Scratch ' W II BATON'S (MNT3I EST WILL CORE THK ITCH IN 1IOUI5S. Mo care Salt Raven, t'Lcsas, Cbiuuius. and all Kacmos ur rut Saix. Price 30 cents. For ale by all druggists. By asndto; o oenU to W A POTTKR, 6ea. Agents, 170 Washington street, Boston, it will be forwarded bv mail, free of iKjetage.to any address Id the basted States. Oct. Si. IC3 Alrr TUB HITTER PRl'ITS Ol' It A D HIT TERS. Invalid reader, do j ru know wl at nine-tenths ol the bittfrcrmpeondf ca are solicited b the pro prietors to accept as u aire ml panaceas are eom pnaed cf flive heed furfe inntnent. They axe bud. ufa'tured from unpurified alcohol, containing a conside-able portion of ltrl oil, a poison almost as deadlv as prossle acid. The heals of the regular tinctures of the Materia Medic, is tbe same. No amount of ' herbal extracts "can overcome the bad tendency of this crnicious element. Tho essence of sound Rye thoroughly rectified Is the only sti mulant which can be safely used as a eomtieneat c f a Tonic, Alternative, and anti bilious moliecine, and HOSTETTHIfS STOMACH BITTERS lathe on ly medicinal preparation in tho world in which this article Is used as an ingredient. One extraor- dinaryeffect of this great speci&c is that it gives strength without producing exbaustian. No other tonic does this. All tbe ordia ry flitters flu-h tbe face and affect the brain, llosvarvia's Bittirs diffu'e an agreeable calm through the nervous sys tem, promote digestion, and produce sleep. No other tonic so quickly revives the exhausted phy sical energies, restores the appetite, and removei the gloom and depression which always accompa nies weakness of the bodily powers. May t2S dawlw WON'T USE ANY OTHER. Tho list an' the lest; the right article Ecallj everyb&ty likes It ; is purely vegetable -, restore grey hair In four weeks, or money refunded. It will do it every time. Three applicitlons will cu all Lumors of the scalp. Ask for irEBSTEB ' 1-EGETJBLEHMR LtriGORJEOR.tM don't take any other. FOnSJLE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Have saved more thin 50rO persons from death, for they cure in a single day, Cholera, Dvreiterj , all Summer Complaints, Fever and Ague, and Neuralgia. Also, a sure cure for Diptherla, Oa-h and Rhemullsu. All Druggists tell them. ORRIS SKINNER CO., Proprietors. Sprint field, 31a." Root's Pcsracni'iEprc'ervcs the Ife of the Ua r changes it frcm gray t Its original color In three weeks ; preventing the hafr frcm falling Is the bett article for dressing the hair ever f.,und In market! will surel) remove dandruff and cure all diseases of the scalp i is delightfully perfumed, cures baldness and will net italn thetkin; It Is a pertect Restorer ar.d Dretein&Cemtined. Noother preparation for the hair contains PettacLIo Nut Oil. Sold by all Drugelsts. CI. C. GOODWIN A CO. RUST, BROS. A BIRD. REED, CUTLER A CO., Afeutr, Bcrtcs, Mass. ORRIN EKINNER i CO, Sole Proprietors. Springfield, Mass. BRANDRETH'S riLLS,Cotlreness,DUr- rbea. They are takta up hr the absorbents, and j carried IntS tie circulation, through which medium ; they are ccveyed to every part of the body. If the pain affects the Jilcls, a single dose produ ce! remarkable benefits. And the tame rule applies to eostlreness, diarrhea and dysentery s though with the last named they mar be required eight and ntomiss kx seme dayi before decided relief ii obtained. In affections of the lnngs, throat, head and pleurisy, the relief is certain the exctetory organs throw eff with ease the phlegm, aad the breathing becomes freer, Bpaimodle. asthma Isof tta cared by a sla gle dose. dawlm. AXIXVALrAHLESfRlXCStEDICIXE J. W. Polnnil'M Ml V .7 OH It O C T O 11 This excellent medicinal compound was first pre pared hy Dr. T. In 1st;, and was tbcu employed with great tuece-s la expelling: humors from tho blood : hut la 1st?, a medical fries I, who was quite celebrated as a physician, eij feta 1 la the treat meat of I,uiors, suggested some important Im provements, which were adopted, and which hale made It (s. the people say,) tho very best remedy forall kinds of humors knnnn to "tho faculty. This preparation Is composed wholly of vegetables among which are Sarsapatilla, Ve !c-w Dock, Kohl P Ir.C. MaLdraW. ffrto. trH T!l.,,'i.,l trtlr to sar, the "Dector" t used in hunredsoffamllles as a general medicine. Unlike many ether popi- lar remedies. It Is very gratefol tn tlx taste. large flie Inttles T3 cents. Prepared at the cw England Botanic IVjmt, It. st'. April Ji W3a,. .'IAKTII.I WASHIXlTrOV" HAIR RESTORER. Would i ou lure daik and ltutroas looks, and vie Itli beaut) s rjucen, the goddess of tho sky Or Is your beauty fading to decay. Your raven trsam pasting Cwt away Or If age drawing too untimely scar Da silvery locks upon oar h ad appear .' Then why of youthful beiatr, why despair When there's a halm fur every tihery hair ; Time's rorrons, fever"! ntvares it bleme A sure restorer of thorn ruinine tresses ! From her bright locks the immortal nam, it won Ofllalr Hestorer "Marsha Wasui.iotox !" Then hie to the Slorc-Juit across tbe way. And gel a hottle with tbe least del) . Solii EvntrwHEBK. Price SIJIUNDS1CO., Proprietors. t FItrwIlliaa M Much U. j iioi'.SEHOI.I) XKC'KSITV EMsTSEOR , "". te am ,t... of a ee.W acts Hie magic. lleaiaebc, Ilaarseneo, IMptherla and Bronchitis. I tta fZ'rT 7'"' ,m"'' U I ......MV.I.UH ih iiiuii rrmnTm acu pretents I all Uses, and ionres a healthy Head. Its effects are pleasant and safe even for it.aots who sutler from Sauoie. , itmsneMgbojtprofeairioBaltertiinontal. Sokl i by all llrugguts, or seat by Mall to ail park of V.tf. IM aooeots for Oae Box. or Jl for fcor Enrs. Address, JAS. PI' I. NO. P. O. Box lOTu New York, Wholesale by D. BARNHf. CO. 31 Park Row N. Y. Dec. daesa. A. V Willi ms. Parlcrsbarg! , Va., one ol tbe oldest meat resectable and leliable Issrajalats of tvestera Virginia, writes . "I can aay of Perry liivia IPaln Killer, what I eoald nut soy cf many t.f thetnedlcicesr the day la my trade It lea leading article. I sell lar.-ely of it, and ll spree entire latlssaction to all. I would on no account be without it." Johs Pmns, Ilrurgist at Athena, Ohio writes "I sell uiderable of Davis' Paia Killer in this place, aad it is well tiled and highly commended by all who ose it" fito. Wieuaas. DrugKiit at Mockingport, u writes: "Perry Davis' Pain Killer is quite generally need by tbe Inhabitants of otsr town, aad la ranch ex - trllcd. I tkinl it the bestandlelne I hare sbrlhe uses for which it is reeo May .; -u Im I'BltRV'S .MOni AM) 1'RHCKI.KI.O. Tltl.V.-Chloejma, or Moth patch. h Uverspol) and Lentigo, or Freckles, are often r.ry annoying particularly to ladies of light coaplexien, for the discolored spots show more plainl) .n tSe face of a blende than a brani tie ; by, Uiey greatl.t mar the beautv of either ; and any prt para lion that will erTectually remove them without injuring the tenure or color of the s'.in is vcrta'nly a deire- ratlm. Dr B. C. Perry, who has maoe diseases of the ti la a specialty, has discovered a remedy for then dlasoloratlons, which is at once proiapt,lBfal lible ana harm let. Prepared only by B. C. PERRY, Detmat'ilogbt. No 19 Bond 8ticet, New York, and for sale by a:l drugglau; price - per hottle. t all for PERRY'S MOTH and FRKTK'.C LOTION. S.M by all Druggists in Bnrl!ngt,.o. 0ec. IJ a "IItV .MB AND I'l.l. DO VOl COOD." DH. LA. G LEY'S ISool niul Ilt'rh Hitters, A STANDARD MB H'INF -witl.oa. tli.-p.f. tibllity of a don't the U..t nn.ri known for tbe rdb wisg and all kin red diseasrs Indi gestion, Cosllteness, Lirer l' mplalnt. Piles. Head ache. Ileaitturn, Dyspepsia, Disrlneta. -cn.lula. akRheam. Inuor. I jiMi'--,Ieliilit, Jaundice, Flatulency, Humors. Fcul stun ax h. e. TBy the t Intel use of thb medicine the Moml is purified. Ti e appetite 'j restored. Tbe system is 'trengthened. The liter is invtgorat-d. The breath sweett-ned. The mplrxion is lM-antifiod. And the general health is restored A gentle laxative. An agreeable tonfc A sulcLdid appetiier. A harinleM stimulant. A re viver id' drooping spi-its Sold by all lealcr in Med'c'ne tveiywhere. jiiwi.m. .MA KB VOt'R OWN Mill: It Sat Ing ami t'Wns your va.te Crcne. Buy one Box of the Penn'a Salt MannfaeturlngCo.'s S.H'O.YSriEll. (Patents of 1st and 3th, Feb . IW ) o CONCI'N TK.VTKI- I,Y V. It w'll make 10 POC.NU3 of exceileat Hard Soap, or ar. GALLONS or the very best Soft 8oap, for only about 30 CENT8 Dlrectioas oa each box For aile at all Drag and Qrooerv stores Dircrlion. 3Put one i ox of Sipoalaer Into three gallons of water, (knee off tbe end, and let the box belt sntill it empties itself, then take oat tbe box.) add four Land a half pounds of tat, and let it 2 hoe rs and lomlnutes. Then add a saall half pint of salt, aad let It eoaUnae boiling 3 minutes longer, whea voa add half a gallon of kef water, and let it come to a boll. Pour a smell tumblerful of esM water into a tub or box to wet it round the sides, then empty the soap in , to (tana all night, aad cut it In bars In the moralng. Suit Soup. Made in tbo same way, with tbe exception el adding fifteen gallons of water and au salt. .411 yew nnrfif en ireit ttttlf. Mar. dan 6mm. S.MOI.A.VDKR'S EXTRACT IIUCKL' Cures Kidney Disease. S.MOLANDBR'S EXTRACT IIUCKL Cures Rheumatism. S.MOl.ANDER'S EXTRACT IU.CKC Cures Urinary Diseases. SMOI.ANDBR'S EXTRACT HCCKL Cuiej Gravel. SJIOI.A.NHER'S EXTRACT IIL'CKI Cures Stricture .. The BEST Fluid Extract DVCKV now before the pablic, IS SMOLJyUER"S. For all diseases above aad for irEJKWESS and rjl.SS f.v THE BJCK, FEilJLE COMrL.tt.VTS,' and disorders arising from ECESSESOF jxr KIXD, It Is icrfectly IXIJLUBLE. For salo by all Apothecaries ev rywhere PRICE OXE DOLLAR. TRY IT TAKE TO OTHER. BcRLEisn A Roccns, Wholesale Druggists, 36 Hanover street, Botton, General Agents. Jan. I, t6-wy, ERRORS OK YOUTE. .Vgoatleinan who suffered fur years from Nervous DsMllty, Premature Decay, ana all the effects or youthful Indiscretion, will for the sake el suffering humanity, send free to all who need It, the recipe and dlreetlccs fi r making the simple remedy by which he was cured. Suffcres wbhlnfcto trtifit by the advertiser's experience, can do so by address ing, in perfect confidence. JOHN B. 0GDEN, w3m. No, 13 Chamber St., New. York. IMPROVEMENTS IN DENTISTRY Dr.J. M.Comegys. tho wide-awake and enterpris ing Dentist of Montpeher, has recently introduced several Improvements la Dentistry, an Important one being In rubber work. Hitherto rubber plates lor artlSelal teeth have been cf an objectionable color, the deep red making them too conrplcaoui when In the least exposed to sight. This objection Dr.Cotcegys Las overcome, having In use a dls- covery whereby tho rubber Is given a Cesb color, the difference between that and the natural gumi being difficult to discover, while at the same time strength is added by the process cf coloring. An other Improvement lathe discarding ofalr cham bers In the plater, which are lure to eventually cause malformation ot the .roof cf tie mouth, and tbe attainment of the otiect of air chamber! through a far .preferable method., Perron desiring Dental aid will nudOr.Comegva the rlrht nan to 1 patronlie, his work being No. I. anl his prices very I reasonable. tfftill.r Jru. Jtcif gsilvertlstrnfuis. PIAISTO FORTES. .fames W. I'osc MAMTAe-rt-RSR 01 Superior riauo-S-'orfts lVAKEROOJIS I iTE 7J 1 JL E I Zt ' C E, fiOSTO.N. Piano-forteaof all the tariuos strlea. whih far durability, tone, and action, are unsurpassed bv any other maker anl sellii g twenty per cent lower than any other first elais Piano. r.very insuament warranted ror ate jean. Send for catalogue and price list. .1 CENTS WAXTEH rott out mi K.i r . v.i tio.wi l iron fi. THE STANDA1M) HISroUY OK THE YVA!!. Complete In oae largo Wlume f ever 1.MM pates. Sulendidlr Illustrated with onr l.vi Tier Pnriraiia orilenerals. Battle teenes. Mars, and IMatrams In the selection of reatter far this great work the author has cstiftrjed himself strictly tn sScii' dim derived from the reports of lfortt-eni atxti S-uthern (ienerals the renort of tbe CAtiint'tte n tht mn. duct of the War. National an" re' el ArchiresAr lie lias carefuuv avoMtn the irtroriuctio n of an matter cotstrlctfv rrHtUr and Wa anil has me eeedeil in prrttaclnsr what is universally demanded air and imfrif! lliatory of the War. The great superiority ef this work over all others is every where acknowledged. It Is marked bv a decree of thorouirhcees acd accuraev att:-jiuted bv no eon temporary. Disabled ( facer and soldiers, teachers, f noretie joangmeu.and all in want of it DUble emplov uents. ihouM feod at once for drenlars. and see why it rells faster ant gtre better sattsfvtlnn than ant nlber Ilistrri pal.libe. Address. JONB3 RROTHERSa CO It Ph.. ali Building. Boston. WrANTED.-LOSSlNU-SPaperhl) I lusliaWd 1 1 History i f the War. 3 vols . COM uaacs each Over -selCnc enarravlngs, betides mats, diagrams. ae. costing i'.isii. irerrec oy uovern rs i r all tfce htate. leadlns: (ienerals. rvromlcent lfterart men, and others. Thle presents profttable and permanent busiress to active, inte'ltstent men or wemen. eler-vmen and others ANfiRFW POYD. General Ag nt New England States, TV. Wa-hin-- on ec, l osirn, Jiass. A HOOK foil KVKKYIIODY.Iir.MIII'f: YouezMan. read se-tkon c: Yonr tUttrr. who rr her rortnae told should read It. Price a cents, free efpt stage. Sold by all book sellers Orders for cireu'ars should have a starnpenclniwl PhotoaraDh Albamsat rrlcesf.om ii tnk-'V Km! by mallorexprre.. K. McWHOOD. Ilooklvnder and Publisher. 72 Maiden Lane. N. Y MARRItGE AND CFLIBACV. An eeay n warnlcr and inaeraetVrn for joeng men. Al so, Diseases and Abases which prematurely pes trate the vita! powers, with rare means ot rallef- Eent free of eha-re. In sealed letter cevelninie. Address Dr. J. tKII.I.IN HOriinTflX. Howard Asseiclation, Philadelphia. Pa. ir ANTED.-AliKNT-. Male and Female, in ; f T evert town and neighborhood en 1,1. aHph for "The Great Labor Savor"; a patent art He that everr family wanta. Will save ten times Its coat 5 early. Agents are making to 25 per day. nly $1 1 . 0 capital required Fall particui trs of the busineas aeati. to arte addrese on r.p,tm rr cents for circulars and return potage I .IJ . T, Vtif.i, n . - . . .... ... ANiin, n, r,L.u. mi n l tnicag'.lll. T)LOWS, beeits, and Fertsliacr'. - t'. vam s Phohate of t,lmat BniVtarr', nri Jovees Fo-ce Pump. Kimball's Wheelrakes -nl all khads of hirlne, tools. f..r silo l.y WIHTTE- iiimK, ntibvii nr., i. vt., n a iii -o Market Hi. . V'f. l. CORY. at; Jiilm Mrect. N. Y Jlanafaetarer of the X CKI.3I0K VKNTII.ATINfi HB.VI KK, : e-dlnrr f'oeklnz Kangex ami I'lunli -r.' oi.asswark: i:i.Ast;v.iRK: i Ituriti V Son, riiilnilt'lilii:i Te call the attention of Drumhf. Prrfumun tat i Pmtimt Vriitnmr Prp' tttmr ti oer Fine-finiatsed j (ilassware. suoer.or in etdor. stvle and ttnish. both of bottles an 1 lip. Particular attention given to , orders in private moeia "1II. 1. 1 AR11S. The undersigned are now ore- L pared to fnrni'h Billiard Ttl.les. with their Improved patent Cushions New and second-hand Tables constantly on hand. Also, all articles con- netted with the business. KAVANAOII A DECKER IT." Canal S N.Y. TIIE HOWE SE U'.VvS .71.ICHI.YES, Uurirallcd for uianufa-tnring cloth or leather s ods Also, the new DROP r Khl MACH'NFS. with tbe latest improremenu 'or Fami! 5ewfnj t.nd itcr.t maneiaeserinz; en most simp'o. .;uia. ble and effevtive m ue. Pl'MMKH A KII.DFR. GeceralN F. A.'ent" ' Broi n I'.rld t. Fistm i riioi.sTERi liuons trtvnoir srnrE, IVintloir Sliatlc Fixtnrrs, Hollands ntl Einciis. ' I. ace mid NullingliHiu I. acu Cuitnins, , CCRTAIN CORNICES. , Table O'l Cloths, Enameled rinths. Picture Cords, may be found lVholeealeand fit tail at eviTsrr.aas J7 Washington btrect, Boston. 1 SI'ENCER'S I'ATENT I'l.lll'Il SIITER i A.MIMIIAIAKII, For sifting all articles requiring a siete. AT ATE JXD COVT) PH.IITS FOR SAI.L. . It is oae of the most use ful inventions for domestic ne ever ooer teUe pb Ilc. The rt our is sifted in one iua-ter the time i an 1 much better than by any other preeeaa.) Ilaa no Indian rubber rollers to grind up tke dirt ; hi made 'f tin, very teat and easy to keep clean It is the only si Ur now in ue Utat ores satisfaction. Every cifter is warranted lie tiiro and a.'t lr Snencet's l atest lia setter and Strainer. Wholesale trade tnpplled on reason able terms. Samples sent to any address on receipt oi f i. raciory, .o. ru jiareti street, rQ,u""rr"- jl . i,. rcMivun. TIIE ENGLISH MINERAL. W Ml I T E M' .1 1 .VT A 7II Sit'colin! fsiiifceil Oil. Constitute the ttughest, hardest, and most durable l'elnt tmwn. Ithasaspleadid gloss, and wltlneiiher cr 'Cl nor peel. Send for Circular. Sold by ASAnEL WHEELER, Od HfttCI kit.. a i-arvssee DEMCL.CENT. OXEY, RLYCnitlNE. AND I'l.AIN S O A V S , .. C, MIUIjE'S so.y, 32 raik Itoiv, Nc Yoik. -.tmnfacturer of ltWulnercntitvles of Etap. For sale by all lirccera aad Druggists in th p"ac MAKE Y01R OWN SOAP WITH 11. T. has BITTJi Pure Concentrated I'utaib, or Ready Koan Makrr. Double the strcntll of Common Put ash. and superior to any Sanenlfier crlye in the market. Put upln cans of one, two, three, six, and twelve pounds, with directions in ccgiien aw Her man, for making Hard and boll ioap Oi e i cuod will make fifteen gallons ot Soft Soap. N i o.o la required. Consumers will find this the cli rest Potash in market II. T. BABBITT. 1 1. 1... 6o T.6 69, 70, "1 and Tt Washington bt. N. Y. CHEVALIER'S LIFKI'OR TIIE HAIR. Will RESTORE flrav Hair to Its OR lil.NAL COLOR STRESGTHEN and PKOMOIE Ue wth of the weakeit hair t stop its felling out; h..n thn hra.l clean, cool and he lthv t can be used freely -, contains nothing lojarioas , Is unparalleb d as a llAIi'-i'ivc-'SBiriu i ana is rccommenact inn ued hy our best Phjslclans. lassurcjou, Ladles and llenticmea. It Is all) oa require for the Hair, sold by all Druggists, and at n.y effice, Nu 11-1 Bcadway. N. Y. SARAH A. CHEVALIER. II. D Wboloale la Bostoa by Geo. C. Coodwm 4 Co cks k Potter, M.S. Burr A Co., Carter Sr Wilev- For u,a agaiLS. atuiu. iu e.lluu.. jumim . go Efficiency, Economy, Imparts sweet odor U the Clothes aad sure to last through twc.ro months. Tho best thl g. Every .diusglsthat It. 1IARRI3 A CHAPMAN, Botton. The Policy ol the Democratic I'nrty. REMARKS Or U0N. 0E0RGE 3. BOCTVTtLL CI KAft BACnCSCTTS. NERVOqs DEBILITY. SEMINAL WEAKNESS, Ac, ean le cured by one who haa really cured hlmseir and huadreda cr others. Address with stamp, Esw, II- Taavia, Lock Box, Boston, Mass. IIIO CONSUMPTIVES Yon will get the recipe X for a sure cure for Coughs, Colds, Consumption nd all lung complaints .by sending to D. A DEE, No. 381 Pearl St.-, New York. He letds it fre Write lor it. It has cured taociands. DISA BLED MEN ATTENTION Wanted one cr two men In Burlington and vicinity, who havelost an ana or leg, to engage In tbe light and profitable business cf selling b, Wedsjrorth's Water proof Arnica Healing: Plaster. Sales rapid anl proate large. Sample and all infbrzat!cn seat for Si eeata. Address A. F. BELCHER, Philadelphia. EOWELL A: CO.. AnrxBTUixo urs.SJCoxcaissar., Eoaios. Those who desire tt avail themselves ofan adver ting agency, and they are ven efficient InMlto ttensin these days, will End thateftiio. P. Bow rtl A "... te if tie s.,t 'n Hi nuitj. Itsf duties sic trsurparHrf, red It la entl nlj isl ab Bttn r'i. NOTICE. 'I'll 1 13 may certify that I have given my two sons f;ni,xt .V,inl,on Co"lj and Ucorge Leander t BUb their time doriag tho reit of their minority and that I shall claim none or their wages nor par . Tl I" .1.1... V t t V. a . l. n I ! . . ... . j . vvu,,ftctinaiier mis aaie. EDMUND T. CURTIS. Bolton, fay I'Hb 1T. wJw HOtOCRAPHi ITS EP3TECT 13 lIIRrlCF !,5S. The old. tlw v. . 'it:;, tl... u- k!e aged unite to praise HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER. It is an entirely new scientific discovery, combining many of the moat power! ii! and restorative agents iu the ngttabU kihyjum. We have u-h cou6lence in its merits, and are so sure it will do all we claim for it, that we -(Ter $1,000 Rcwird If the Sicilian Hair HKr.wrrjr. does not give sat is faction iu all ea.es when used in strict accord ance with our irfetructioti'. IIALL,S V'ytftble Sicilian Hair llcncwei' has proved ibelf to be the moat pertect preparation , far the Hair ever offered to the public. It is a vegetable compound, and contains no ' injurious properties whatever. It b not a Dye, it strikes at the Roots aad fill 1 tfaa glands witli new lifb and coloring matter. IT WILL ItESTOKi: OKAY HAIR TO ITS OKIUIX.IL COLOl:. tt tWff kci p the Jtmir 'rem fiiltivg out. It cf -or the Srntp, nml mmkes the Hair svrr, T.rsTMors, axi silk ex IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSING! No person, old nr vonig should tail to use it. It it rtcommtadxl uttfi f the FIRST MED ICAL AUTUORirr. " Ask lor Hall's YcGEraBuc Siciliax Hair Rkxeutkr, and take net other. The Proprietors offer tbe Siciuax Hair Ilr xcwer to die public, entirely cosiflilerrt that it will bring back the hair to its original color, rjrocnote its growth, and in nearly all neat where it haa fallen off will restore i: u:iles the person is very aged. Ii. I. 11.11.1. eV CO. Proprietors, .Vsaiua, .V. II. - SoU by all Drogists. IIURI.INOTON Steam Voll rc sV Spire Hills, I.fUVK.WisRTH BI.OCK, OOLLawe Sraurv. Bcriisoio.v Vr. .Ilaiiiiiaclui'ci's tV .Jolilicrs. The underrig ieu w, iud uM lesp-otfally an nounce to the trade that tuey luveesisiblhAedthem sel t esae abore.in a large aad capacious tmlldlag.and have introdacod new and .mprted mashinery for the parposeot aunroraekmiiig by si cam. Coffee, Splees.Cream Tartar Ac Having beeu eoaaected with aad bad eleven years experier.ee in one of the largest Tea, Coffee and Spice Houses iu the halted Statas.we think we fully and rseaad jut xueiaess, aad heattate ait to aay that ell gouue coming from our establishment euB&ot be stsrpeased in quality or style. L We offer goods either la orlgteal packages or aaobctuTwd aad pat up in paeiage to suit pur chasers, e-n aa FA YUBA BLE TKRJSS AS ANY FIRST CLASS HOUSE. OTIIF.K Parlies ordering by letter will please designate distinctly, qasatily, qtuhty and style and they eaa depend upon being seated. OREHJRV A; MEAD. Tao. W. II aaeoav. Cuaa N. Jlar. Mat 14-wJai. THE NEW IIOII.ER rs AT WORK, and order fcr paper which have 1 been unavoidably delayed are term; rapidly Ilea, and arwerdert feral: lladsef '!CM.Tl.Yi M,JImER ean lie Ukca and promptly executed at tbe market jala. b the; CL.VHEV.O.NT MANUKACTiniNC CO. April -a. ' Ckremont. N. II. NOTICE. riilllrf lato certify tbatl hare gives my sou Rich L ard Mata I'b tiate Curing the remainder or his minority atd Shalt eUrae nose of kts earning", nor pay any debts of hia contracting after this date his JOHN MAILS, saark Witasea,aC. FAY. ilUceburgh, Vt May ilst-wJir. N E W IIKl'C STORE. Iu the liriiiMiiniil Iliiililiii'-", C II l R C 1 1 ST.. UL'RI.IN CTON YT. MIE.Yi: V H. AT WATER, would inform l)t Irleeos and the public that he has juit opened tbe above store where he will keep CONSTANTLY ON HAND COMPLErK ASSORTMENT Vh'ft ClavSjIJrii'i- .HciHcinc., lirrniral'. Fsncy Article o His stwk lrew ar.d lis piedsare freih. Call ano taMiu.ni- II em ParlKUlar . ttrt.lt. n laid to Phtrtebn.' Pietcrlp ttens April .'5, 1 "T- CHITTENDEN CO. .7 A RB Mj E WO RKS ri'IIEFubscriber would respectfully aencunce X tho elUiens of this County and vicinity that the place to git the Best Variety of Marble, riaisnin m the ivst sttlc orvar aav ABOVE WORKS. Is at the Monuments, Head-Stones, Tab!et,"tIlrror Shelves. A-r. urnlshed at ibeit notice and it reasonable rate IL Jf. PHELPS, 8hop in Concert Ilall under Times Offlije. Darlington, May 3, lU wtat. GEO. P, AGX31 WRIGHT CLARK'S ESTATE. l trE. THE SD BSCRI ( ERS. havlna- been appoln t .1 , ed by the Honorable the Probate Court for the DIttrict of Chittenden, Commissioners to re ceive, examine and anjist the claims and demands of all persons, against tho estate ol Wright Clark, late of Will!, ton. In sal t U strict, represented losot vent, and also all claims and demands exhibited In crfiet thereto; and six months from the day of the date hereor,be'n: allowed by said Court for that purpose, wo do therefore he'eby gire notice, that we.,!'llJ,"n,1 t the business cf our apuolntment U0d"ulnSrlseilUllark in tMlllstan. in said District, on tho fourth Tuesdays of June and October next, at 10 o'cleck, A. M.,oa each of said days. Dated this lit day of May. A D IjC. OEO.JIORTON,'- , , R. B. Pat, i ccramiseloners. t wi;j L,EVljr.UENEDICT'!. ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT, ( To all persons coucern Dlstrict of Chittenden s. ed in the Estate of , Leri F. Recedlct ktteofllinesburgh insaid District deceased, ' . . , . liarcTise. At a Probate Court holdea at Rurllngt .n, within and fur the District if Chittenden, on the ithdtycr ll1 y. A-J'- l!an Instrument, purporting tube the last Kill and Teturaent. ofLvi F. Bene.lict. lato of Hinesbur-h in said District, deceased, was presented to the Court aforesaid. Tor Probate, and it is ordered by said Court that the 7th day of J one. A. I). Iss at tbe Probate Court Rooms tn Burlington, re assigned tor proving said Instru ment . and that notice thereof be rltea to all per sons concerned by publishing this order three weeks successively In the Burlington Free Press, newspaper printed at said Burlington, previous to the time appointed. TnxarroKt.yuu are hereby notified to appear before said Court, at the time and plate aforesaid, and cuntest the probate ol sahl will, it ton hare cause tiivcn under my han-l at Eurlinstoa In said Dis trict, tills loth darot May. A. D. IS6S. ! w tVILUhR L. DUR.1AP, RegUter. ROXA.NA RAY'S ESTATE STATE OF VERJIONT, "ri'0 all persccs wsrmcT orcainrtii.j. ss.il wnetrnoi In the E-uteof Roxana Ray late of lllntsturgfa. In said District, decerned. . . . liatstuo. - a rrobate Court boiden at Burlington, within aid for the District of I hlttenden, m Ma I2ih day f May, A. 1. !, an lntiun.eiit, imrporttag to be the last Will a Ld Testament, ol hoxana il.t, late of Dines nigb.in said Dntriet, deceased, was pre sented to the ouit afoioaid, for Probate. ' nd it is ordered b said Court that the -th day ef June, A l. I-, at the Prooato Couit Rot ms in said liurlirgten, le assigned for proving said 1ns tiument; aLd that nonce thereof be glten to all persons concerned, by publishing this order three weeks successively Iu the kurllogton Free Press, a newspaper printtd at laid liurlingtun. previous to tbe Uua appointed. TncutroKs, jou are hereby notified to appear before salo Court, al tie time and place aferrsalil, and contest the proa.no or said will. If ecu hate cause. (lives under my hand in Eurling'on in laid D( triet, this rith dar ef SI a) , A. 1. . WlLDLKL, DIRNAP, Register. irlTwl l'HII.ANDFR II. Eli.lBLL'T'S ESTATE STATE OF VERMONT, ?rpUE Ilonoraale the Diitrkt of Chittenden, ss. J. Probate Couit, ror the dstriet of Chittenden Toall persons interested In the estate ef Philan der II. Bradley, late of Charlotte in said District, deceased. Onrjrri.ie. Wnaacas, said Court bath assigned the-th day of May next for the settlement of the adminis tration account of the Kxeeutors or the last will and testament or said deceased and ordered that public cetlce thereef be given to all persons inter ested id said esute, t-y publishing this jrdcr tbtee weeks sueeesslvelv previous to the day assigned. In the tmrlin-ton tree Press, printed la Uu:lir.gton, in said District. TiiaasreRK, t ou aro hereby notified to appear at the Probate Couit Rooms, in Buriinxtun, en th day assigned, then . nd there to contest the allow ance ol said account, if you see cause. liven under my hand, this 3d day ef Stay, A D. l-6. WILDER t. BURN'AP, Register. wt7w3w GEORGE PATRICK'S ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT, I I HE Henorable the District of Cbitteeden, as. 1 .-robateCuUitrorthe District of Chittenden. To the heirs and all persons interested In the es tate, ef Ueerge Patrick late of llinesburxh deceased ljRr.rmo. Wbcrcas. application has been made t this Court in writing, by the Administrator of said cs tate praying lor license and authority to sell tfe real estate of said deceased lor the payment debts, aLd cbargej cr adminlstratb n, aLd sett t forth thircin the am unt of debts due fn m the Liu deceased, tbe charges of administration, the amount of personal estate, anc the situation of tue real utate. Aad thereupon the said Ccurt appointed acd as signed the --""th day or Mav k-66, at tao Probate Court Roc ms. n raid District, to hear and decide upon laid appliratkn and teiilion. and ordered that public notice thereof b.- give toall persons lntereated therein, by publishing said or. er, three weeks successively, in the t nrliugtiin Free Press, a newspaper, which circulates in tbe nelrhtarhood ettbote pcrsena interesltd Herein, all or which Publications shall be previous to the day assigned for hearing. Given under my band, at tbe Probate Ccurt rooms, this Jd day of Jiej, . A. D 160. ' niLDEK L. BURN AP, Register. wwS PHINEAS WORTH EN'S tSTATE. STATE OF VERMONT. 1 Te all persots con District of CI ittenden, ta. i earned la ll 0 f state of Phineae Wotthen. late of e'. lche.ler, in said Dis trict, deceased, liaairivG. At a Probate Ci urt holdea at Luiiiugton, within and for the District ofehilKcden, on ll e 7th day of May . A. D. t -ul. an ic.trunieat. pc- porting to be the latt Will and Testament el Phiceas Worthen, late or Colchester, in it id district, deceased, w-s presented to the Court aforesaid. forProbate. (And itbj ordered by taM Court that the fthday of June, A D. .Mfi.at the Probate Court Rooms in said Burlington, be assigned for proving said ins trument ; and that notice thereof be eiven to all nersens cinceined, by publkhing this order three weeks suecestlvely In the Burlington Free Press, a newspaper printed at Burilngtoa, prcviius to the time appointed. Therefore. ) oa are here'iy notified to appear be fore said Court, at the time and place aferesaM.and contest the probate ef said Will, if vou hare cause. Given under ay hsnd, this 7th day ef May, A. D. WILDER L BCr.NAP.Kegister. wlCwSw GEO. EDCECl'M RE'S ESTATE j l T E.TI1E SUBSCRIBERS. havlngbeen appolnt II edb) tbe Honorable the Probate Court for tho District of Chittenden, e'o-umtesloners to re- ceive, examine and adjust tne claims and demands of all persons, asiinsr. the estate cf George edge eo:the, late or Builicgton.ia ratddiatriot. represent ed insolvent, and also all claims aad deaian is ex I Ibited in onset thereto ; ad six months frcm the ', day of the date hereof, being allowed by said Court I for that purpose, we do Ihertf.ro herebr slve no tice, enai we wu attend to eae Dusmeis or our ap point ,cnt at tbe dwelling of widow Grace tdjje combe la liurlinton. In itl.l District, on the third Taesda) s or July and October next, at to o'clock, A. M , on each of said data. Dated th is 25th dsy of A pri 1. A . D. I f (6. ORVILLL'SINCLAIR, '"''--,'ners. LIFE, GROWTH AND BEAUTY. Mrs. S. A. Allen's World's Hair Restorer and Dress ing invigorate, strengthen and length en th eha ir. Tliey act directly upon the roots of the hair, sujjlying re quired nourishment, and natural color and beauty returns. Grey hair disap pears, bald spots arc cov ered, hair stops fall ing, and luxuriant growth is the re sult. Ladies and Children will apjircciatc the delight ful fragrance and rich, glossy ajypcarance impart ed to the Jiair, and no fear of soiling the s7:in, scalp, or most clcaant head-dress. Hold by all Srcggleu. Depot 198 & 200 Greenwich St. N. Y. FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. A "rlesl naqnl'lld Dellrnte ni-J Krn crntst I'rrfiinte, WUlilted frani the Ilnre- and Ilrnitllfn! I'lotver frens nbleh If titkr tinttir. 3Iinafaetured only by PII AI.O. A: siO.f. Q?" Beware of Coiinterfeits. Asfc er rhatan't Tuke sio ath'r. gold hr drne.U geaerally. r - mm avrv rv