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THE BUlil jI NO-TON, VT.FREE P1.ESS. FBIDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 16, 18GG
rMkl rah . Vermont Item-. ,he C.ewWim kits that the "otcr!? 0 totworu, in Essex County, couldn't rote lor Mr. .Smith, oranv other man," on Tuee Jay, became tlK-ooBMWf neglect ei t warn a meeting. Oa Tuusdav mornins 1 J- Swft' 0,0 bead workiian on Kounds & BrvwiTa Week in Riehfort, white" wort on the Unlding. fell a distanet ol over twenty f'1' into thc cellar, ami be was taken "P ewelc hut not dangeroualv hurt. In Uieblord fwsdny laormna; a stable containing V beonS'n to ,lo- 1) Karrer. w- blown down, and three of tbeevv-rcre killed. l re -Live horse backed down into Lang dVu'ei taill-pood in "J-ratpelier a week ago Friday night, and took with him a lady who was just getting out uf the wagon, her i clothing having caught lit tbe wheel. Mar tin Day. wbo was helping; her out, jumped into the fond and got the young lady's head above the water, bat cubUn't get her loose ; and shooting for help, aroused a neighbor named IaawreDce who jumped oat of bed, plunged in tbe pond with nothing but big Mlurt on, feixed tbe borce, which was swim ining down trenai, bf the head, led it ashore, and tbe lady was cared. Several casks ol liquor seised a week ugo Friday, on the fveuiuee of Mr. Fetch of the Lyndon Centre House, being loond in a holt under a bed-room, to which access was tuvi ly a trap-door eir.rxaled by tbe carjvt and furniture. Filch was fined $C0 only a few wecis ago, fur A-Uing liquor contrary to Uw, and will tuttr wyrt this time. Eugene Corhin el Bethel, was shot dead a week ago Friday, by hitting tbe hammer of his gun agoiuat . trie as be took it up, thc explosion sending the charge through hu Lead. Ik- bad never it on fired a gun bctorc and only went oat ohooting this time to lcasv some yoong friead. 'I' wo boys broke uut from the Reform S.XjChA at Wakrhuiv on the night of Oet. .!0, stole a hot;, went to Uowc and broke oj.cn A. K. Cams store, teoliag clothing, ,tc. went on through Woleott, piekiDj up chickens, turkeys, honey, Ac. Mttfingwith me man they rubbed by giving bim a stolen eiat and in Crafubury were overhauled by an officer and taken bask to lYate-rbary. XI. e price of meat hits fallen n to 10 cents jt ponsd in Bcnmsgtou lately, ' wLic'i cuiisco all coiuumeis to rrjuire greatly.' Wui. Whitney of a war-- thrown out ed" his wngoo Monday woinidg hust and severely luttt. lie was found aensetewB mie beyond : lift the accident ttturrtJ. .Mm. Samuel Kryee ol Beiiumxtod with daughter were Hit. mi. .!. cii a tweutv li i.l riutftiikuicnt ia I'.-nyji a week ago '-vfiday, by the rartiaent of tin-ir horse, t wagon. occojnti and all, but they . ..-.tied v:th only a fi w Iitum-s. In W ilniingtuii, the !r!,i-t lulluwing the .in-o! ti n dey. inci m-fc-t severe W fi fori VUM : a gi.'at di! ! oUui (a... dt'tc. ioo. tireeuilit, a oun tuan ol I'.i, was. fa tally injured Nov. 2d in I'ownal. by being tf;rown Irom a buck laaard wagon, as be- was drlwng a span of colts, lie struck bux down .in curee, both jaw boms wt-re brvktui, and t'ler injuries inflicted hiei caum-d his t. nth in about tbiee buu.-r'. A "ke of oaan Ndssaging to Israel Wil U4 Bradford, were killed on Monday, -it on tl.c railrcud track before a fiiig'it Imin another yik" witJi tbeaa just i'.u nt- .ri- iwued, Oct. Stlth to F. B. r.trWtuii JeflriMir.viUc, Vt, tor improve uifnt in i i;ir pw bits: t Henry II. I .add of Wo r. t., lor imnruvetuent in sheep Iii.m.w mciit was a 8ilendid ore Cur in i...ral' gical ohseivitionf elear.nnxjnless, lu.nui.vni with starligb ol i:c. It mas jest t ii kind to show off the meteoric tbowers t. effect, and only trouble was that t'. bhowcr ol bootiug stars did not . though meteors were ijoite plenty. - ...uirai to or three appearing at a time, ' t-u u one and two o'chick. Tbe sjatrono li cr allow w one night more, for leeway, and tbe grand exhibition may come off to night. V aie indebted to a lady friend tor tbe l.illiiaaig effofcion. elicited by the gtcat uietctiric f-bower of Nov. 13, 1S33, and printed in the old Vt. Inttihgnutr, then j.iildii scd at Bellow Falls. I From the Vermont Isrteltigetwer. "ilfteorir CotilhOH. Sut many years iSace as you all recollect, hen the people were dancing around Lafayette The planets, desirous of outtbiniog alt, I'etermimd on riving a " Ort'Stifll Ball'" Then Jupiter. Saturn, and GuraJ Man, iih Venus and Juno, danord round tbe tcaA stars. Ilol wetHlers more uttang Vtve peiforsaed t'other night. Which caused the old folks to take such a fnght. The comet and meteor could not be outdone By any largi planet that rolls round the tun; They therefore determined, alieut fcrty million, To have by themselves a tmacndoa cotillion; On the first pleasant night, the Slilty Way clear. Each sparkling young belle was engaged to ap pear. Thc run in good season had gone oif to bed, And each tlcepy mortal was nodding km head; Thc bird and the beasts weie all silent and still. And chilled sere the lips of the babbling rill; Xot a crosk from the ire g in his long winter bed, , . Not a rat or a mouse dared io pep out Jim head; The foxes no more daid to not o'er the plain, ir nibble the turkeys or sec they had slain: The sapient owl so affright"! wa be, That he hooted and tkulied to his own hollow tree. Ail nature was silent, the stars set at ease. Till the music came Seating along on thc breeze. 4!d1ii4 nf old. a Hvtit mmiwl fellow. Now took down his harp from a neighboring willow. Then tuning his strings, fill' J the nbole bemts- paere W nU music to charm and to ravuh the ear. Not long bad be played, when the meteors far, Impatkmlv waiting bejond the north star. Heard the mosie, and seizing the band of each fair. Came frisking and dancing shies through (he air. Kaeh one took a lamp fruni the bright northern lirht. T j thow off his spangles anJ dress in the night. Uf the dress of the ladies, suffice it to say. They were all latrJ so tight that tbejoialerf Now hornpipes ami wellies pre? ail through the sky, And all upon ; lycoa irt;i captr and Jy, Bight and left, rigadoen, cross over and chain, Then balance your partner, and swing round again; Xuf down the outside, and then up in the middle. Cast off and Chasse:. with a heizh diddle-diddle. Sach dancing and valuing you re'er laid your eyes cn, , Frcin thc top of the zenith down to the horizon ; Hound tbe meet distant plane each little maVJ By the side of her beau tock a sweet promenade, i Tea drink was tore ether cf wine there was i tene, f ur each then belonged to the Ttuperale zone. The party continued to dance and to feast, Till blushing Aurora came up in the east. Who blew out their candhs and spoilt all thtir fas. Ani male all tLe tvmpioy "nauiicr and run. LlCKITACXT IVI3WS OF THE WEEK HY TELURIlAl'Il. Nnv York, Nov. 8. A tpccial despatcu from Constantinople of vc-stcrday states that thc Candian Cliri-tians insurgents had sustained heavy losses in three suecestivc engagements, nt Gelidca with the Turks. The former lost 112 killed. Thirly three Sphakiotc chiefs lately in revolution had submitted to Akif Pacha wlto will I Governtir of thc island. It was eipccted that thc Sultan vrould grant further concessions to thc Christians of the Island. Nashville, Xov. 7. r ,i , . . .. uov. iiro-.vniow s message was leccired in the House to-day. It diseustes the question oi negro sunrase, imntcs certain Oesignins men witii the connivance of thc Pre sident are endeavoring to overthrow tbe State government ani invite the prompt anion oi ine Legisiature m regard thereto Washington, Sow 9. Use IlttmbBcan accuses Sec. Stanton of concealing from tbe President an important despatch irom ticn. Iiaird received ten days before tbe riot in New Orleans." In tbe des patch Gen. lUird asked for explicit instruc tions from tbe President. There is every probability that (ongress will not hack up the President in his prof fered support to thc Juarez government in Mexico. At least this much is certain tbe Senate wilt approve or no treaty with Jutrex till the legal claims of Ortega have been lyl ly investigated. New York, N'jv. 9. The following dispatches from Europe are published this morning : CoNSTANTniorut. Nov. 7. The trouble between Turkey and thc U. S- Consul at Cyprus is settled. Pahs, Nov. 7. The ships to bring back tbe rrcnen troois Itom aiesico arc ready. JiaximilMui, tbe Mmuttur 6ys, will re main in Mexico. Venicb. Kov. 7- The king of Italy on tered this city at 11 a. m. His reception in the city was magnificent. There wag great joy and so immense a crowd that tbe troops were u liable to defile before the king. The National Guard is mobilized. Westchester, la , Nov. ',, The large flour mill at Chad's Ford fell to-day from tbe pressure of 17000 bushels ol wheat, two men were killed ana men of tbe wbest was washed down the stream. Nsw York, Nov. 10. A New Orleans despatch sas there arc tears in commercial circles of an approach ing financial crash, owing to the failure of tbe cotton erots and scarcity ol money. Private a Iviees from the fjio Grande state that a mutinous spirit is apparent in tbe lyiucral amy nvm; to U.-Uv;i presence on the fruaticr. end that his cmiwirit are get tine up a powerful pvty in bis favor. It is reported that thc British Minister savs that so long as leading representatives of the V. & Government thus take part in the in--urrectionarv movement on Ireland our gv- crntituct cannot expect its apprals for leniency cowar& thp Fenian cont icts will meet with much f jvor in Odcsd. Ntw XftMS., Nov. 12. Tin; Great Eisiern has btf-n chartered to cany vi-itc-n- from New York to Bre.-'t dur ing the 1 tU r'xhiition. Afterwards she will lc taken to lay thc telegraph cabl' 'ic tweeu France and Amrries. WAsarsGTox, Nov. 13. it is stated in financial circles thit Sec. McCeillock intends to bold on to bis gold till he is able to annoanee his v illiogaess and ability to redeem tbe grcrnHicks with coin. Thu may occnr within a year. His friends and advisers assert that hi can d- it with satcty by January 1, so far as the government notes are concerned but tbe ef fect the National ilanka would be disas trous for they arc compelled lo redeem their notes in greenbacks on demand. Tho'Secrctary will not forget the banks and will therefore take time to bring about tbe change. Thc President is in cabinet meeting to-day and cannot receive callers. The J4Verippi delegation have been in formed that the Freudent cannot release Jiff. Davis at present, though he is willing and anxious that he shall bave every comfort compatible with bis security. London, Nov. 13, noon. Tbe Pope baa consented to take op his residence ia Malta if forvrd to quit Home. Election riots bave occurred in Genoa, but order was restored br the troops. Meki-uis, Nov. 14. Tue Memphis cotton mills were destroyed by fire last night. They were owned by dene Page and Geo. Cbeef and value at $550,000 ; insured for $90,000. Thc fire wasaccidcntly. Two thouaand hands were thrown out of employment by this disaster, Erie, Pa., Nov. 13. Toe day Express train west on the Ilof falo & Erie R. K. waa thrown off the track near Weeleyvdlc, four miles east or here, at 4 A. 2d. to-day. Some 50 persons were in jured and five . killed. The dead are Dr. Wheeler of Milwaukie bis daughter-in-law and her child: Mr. Hunt of Danville, N. V., and a Mr. liarland, residence unknown. The accident was caused bv the netrleet 01 workmon who were engaged in repairing tbe track. Hmsoxesk, Deavxess axd Catarrh. It will be seen by advertisement in this paper I bat Dr. Carpenter, Oculist and Auiist is now located at the American House in this city. Tbe lr. is a resident of Maine and the press of that State testify to personal knowledge of many almost wonderful cure of diseases of the Eye, Ear, Throat and Catarrh, received under bis tieat- ment. Tho also affirm that he is a gentlemen of honor who will not humbug or deceive the pub lic. Dr. C. will remain in Burlington until Nov. 22d only, and all interested arc invited to examine his instruments, testimonials and sys tem of treatment, it will cost them nothing as ron'ulialion it free. IsiroBTANT to Yoijso Maw. Secure a Ikor oroujh Practical Rutituu Edutalioa at Bry ant, trstton Chamberlin's Burlington Busi ness College. One cf forty-dgkt connected Im $iiMiont sustaining an enviable National repu tation. Advantages far superior to any that can be offered by a mere local Inttitut'on. For full particulars, adJres?, Bevaxt, Srn.vrrox & Ciiahbkrlis, wSm3 Burlington, Vt Jlarrictl . On Tuesday. Oet. 23, 1S6G, by Itev. W. I. W. Can Bingham, Dr. A-O. Masill of lincinaati to Orate C. Palrar of Mindaro Wis., formerly of Barlinston. Died. In Poultney. Sunday afternoon, Nov. Hth. John Bradley. a;cJ K ears. At HinMtarzb. Vt. Nov. lith, Emily Ecynoldi yotteldMofAbelE.andJIary E.C Leaven worth, azed seventeen months and eleven aajs. In HiiBiin., rib. Djrid aerman. ss'd C7 yeait. In this city, Nov. 8th at the residence cf his father rtcuben Etanafurd.Tbomu Stanaford, a;ed 13 j cars. AtWaVashaw, Minn.. Oct. sath. Henry A. Bow- dish, ton of tho late Capt. I, B. and M. B.T Bowdish. aced 17 years, formerly of this city. BOSTON MARKET. WznszsDAT, Nov. 13, FLOCR. There has been a very dull fce'lnsfar Flour the pait week, with unuiually larro receipt, and prices oflcw andsedlum grades hare declined Weet.ra .upsrfice 1 10 1050 4bM ; eemmon ex tras $12 S 12 75 up to It for bakers ; medium extras $13 014 23; good and choice $11 50 C 10 p bbl. bt.Lonls16ffll5 23pbbircrgoodacdverycholco Corn ileal f66atlH. Buckwheat tl7,OS V loo fhv. I- .... . ... m c A.n V... V-.. ! . eilwsiiv.-sue xuaiac. o. viu u. .ecu iuic. during the week, and rriees are almott entirely nominal In the absence or sales. Wcitern mixed tl MiS 1 31 ; 5000 are rilling at $1 "tt; Western and Southern yellow at 1 1 3S tr bnihele. Oat.70eTSOc i ror common and rood Southern, np to ss ror very choice lots. Kys lis I 5 V tush. WLIte Btan. t-a i ... lor common and zood Hut lijd ; J.J ft 3 73 lor inmoir.indJJiai l bash for ttra ita, tho latter price fcr choice low. Cmxli Peas I ?i ta S r.."":"- oaor jn ecu; rme ro Hj m v. ana M IS jr. for prime ; 'I ,nr l,!r tiJ8 Ijird I jI & Ule i ft In bbls an! tierces, at to nail Itr. haiokeJ Hams lSc V !b. Batter naitei aull tor all crades below chuice.but with a imll!up V'i oi choice, extreme pricei continue to be ob- . Sri.1" arll Tlio tales liave been it T. ec 43c i a for comxon and choice New York and Vermont; iiOM: lor Canada. anJ 203wc Tor Western, aa to iuality. Cbeeee is dull and lit been in moderate demand, with salet at I'.'l a lf ttbfi.r larmcri,' diirie, and i; ft 17 lor u:tory. WOOL. The traniaetiom in fleece ved 'jailed bare been quite lirce, but to effect ale holderi nave had to ubmit to lower rate, The trauae t ins coraprke 6),oiO lbi. iieece aLd pul:ed, wbk-h, with the auethn sale uf damaged, make the entire tales o! tho week near l,0O9,ouu &. Extra and aMW extra Ohio at 0e. Choice extra palled Wool hi; been roW a hi;h as COc V t'ainbriite Cntllc JlaiLet. TfeiauMr, Nov. l i. Stock at Market. Sheep k Lua'-. Swine. 17253 t; Amount U Luc Thii week, 1513 Vtow Vermont. luw rriees of JIarket Beaf-extra !-' 1 .3 l riiKquamy n . . m vt a. Seoood quality, 10 CO sT 11 .".. Third quality, 8 CO m 10 SO. Wo.-kins Oxen f pair 1 30, 2J0, at SSO alilch Cows and Calves, I.-., 53 73 0 li-. " earllnjM iatbXi. Two yeara old, U as. Tinec years old, C5 7S. rriees of Sheep and Lambs-la lots Vi. i tJS m 7", each i extra 3 in as 4 in, or Irom -". a Sprter Lambs 3 il sT 4 ui IlMes to m ivlc la. Tallow 7J 0 He t tV rUs $liaa? $123 each. Mf tstin. Sic , to. nrjiAUKs. Cattle The trains over the LowaU Kail road srare in on time, and tha atnk Hrl.n mm llJ ford to CambrMxe before the arrival of any of the Cattle trains over the ntehbargh Railroad. Re ceipts ISia head : aboattso head more than last weea. TMsaaraet wae slew; ttjere was a laixe usaber of vomm". baot Oatlla that :i ini ... xet a bid for ; ruod Oxen were scarce. eneep ana Lemits Hie sate of Sheep was ina Uve: it was hard to set aa ouer for s.me lots. Ti. hulctwi wanted to set I SO k head off from hut " , uk targe nasuuer mas aas Men Drought u , and that most eome, is redceing the prices. HOSTKTTKK' STOMACH B1TTKKS A Hcxoaan cinunvis ix oxc Sot the taut striking merit -l flostetter's Celebrated Bitters Is the wide scope of their operation as a preventHe and remedial preparation. As a proteotiro aaed: dne they ward off all the dueases-and their naie Is legion that originate in snchuiejome air, im pure water, exhamtinx heat, or other local cli matic causes. This alone weald be sufficient to secure for any corrective and altersUre tut :..-;nea world-wide and undyingeelebrity. But Ui ttttter"' (Ireat Specluc has a handled other ehunu to thc confidence and high con&'deratlcn of the public. In Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Chills and Fever, Blil. ions Aetnittent Fevers, Cholera dorba, Cramp.' Colic, ConstipatloE, General Debility, Fremataie Decay, Female Irrexalarlties, Cunstitotional Weak Bess, 8ea Sickness. Diarrhea, Dvsenter) , Hatoleo-) Vertigo, Faintins Fits, Iijsteiic, and all r,ia plaints proccelins (ram imperfect l..-tstioji, a-.d a disordered condition at the liver and bowel.-, Hot tetters Stome:h ttliters are fhe uost pwrMl, speedy, hannlcu and agreeable r.r all re&edks advertised by tho press or adaiai-Ured i'i faally prastiM. n I "dw I w TIAUAS 1IAIK. RKXKWKR THE be t preparatbn extant fur rettf rins ry Lair to Its oriKlaal color, preveattax Its fsliias "-t, and prumotin lis growth. It is also a 1 esutifcl Mair Dreiaj;. For sate v all drata nov.-'-tkt i ALIX'OTK-S POROt S I't tSTBKS. Best Strengthening Planter in IbeWerM. ALLCOCK'S PonatTS FiJkSI ESS resolve and as- saago pain b calling forth the acrid buuors frvm ptrtslnteraal to the skia and seneral eirealation bos Uttitny inu, pjs'.tirely evap rtis the Ises w JAMES IX U , M, K. There is nothing cqoai, in the wy uf phuter, to ! thePorjus Plaster of Ma. ALLCOC'K. Every th'ng is pleasant atioat them. Thev are the plaster l the day, ar.d a lit tvpe ot our present adranoemcut ia seiance and art. Ik At eh ma, C.,n;h, hi Ir.ey ASsctioes. Goat, Kheaaatisea, aud bal deei-5cat- ed ia!as, they sffjrd permanent relief J. F. IOHN80N, St. D., oa "Topic 1 Remedies." From a personal knowlede of tbAse piasters we eaa state that ther arr deeMsdls- preterable to any other In osa. Wherever rejiaf U t be iibuiacd I y the as f a plaster, we slumUseeoansead theu. A. INattARAW, M. D.,Editor5ew Tork M- nit r Agency, Brand re th Qr-ase. New York. Sold by sll DrnKiits Kov.Jwt m MI.M'.RAI, IJATIli .IT IIOMK. I few baths prepared with kirumaiU. Seits.vill ef- fcetaally mre DyspepIa, Rheumatifm, Ssrorala and eruptioaa on the face. S-.l.l by all drusjr-ts generally I - IlK.tSO.VS WHV THE AMEItrCAN WATCH Made at WalthH-n .l!as-. IS THE BIST. H Is mate on tbe best principle. Its frame Is com posed of Solid Plates, no jar ean iniarfere with lbs harmony if its working and no sadden shock eaa damage Its machinery. Every pleoe Is made and Baiahed by nnehmsry (itself tamms for its novelty as well as tor its s&etivenefs) and therefore pm perly nude. The watch is what all meehanhm should be aeaurate, simple, strong and economical Basest some high grades, too ecttiy lor general use, rbreizn watches are eMeSy made by womc n and boys. Saeh watches are composed cf several hundred p'eces, screwed and riveted toje'.her, and require constant repairs to keep them is any kiod of order. All persons wbo have canted "aacret" leplnes,,and "Enfillsh Patent Levers." are ir- leetly well aware of-1 ho truth of this ttatement. At the begumin: of onr enterprise more thu ten years ege. It was ear irst object to make a theroach- lr good lew priced wateh Far the million, to take tbe place of these foreign Impositions; the reive ot. foreign factories, which were entirely uua'ea' 1: at home and pirteeur worthless everywhere. JIow well we nave acetc:pa.ihsd this, uiiy be understned from the tact that after sn many yca-a of public trial, we new make more tffan half of the watches sold In the United States, and that no others tare ever given such universal satlrfct;n While this department of ur businrrs is continued with tnerecsed facilities for perfect work, we are at present engaged in the laanufastnre of watct.es uf the very highest -iao known to ehronorcetrr, un cqaaled by any thing male in the world For this purpose we bave the amplest facilities. Vie have erected aa addition to ear mam building expressly for this branoh of our business, and have filled it with the beat workmen in our service. New ma chines and alliances hare been constructed which perfoim their work with eonsumate dciieaey and exactness. The choicest and meat approved ma terials only are used, and weehalienge comparison between this grade cf ear work and the finest im ported chronometers. We do not pretent to sell our watches far less money than farelxn watches. hut we do asseit without fear of eoatradictica that fur tbe same money our prod net is mcomparaniy superior. AH eur watches, cf whatever grade, are fully wamated, and this warrantee ia good at all times against us or our agents in all parts of tbe world. CAUTION. -The public are cautioned to b only of rwpeetable dealers. All persons nlllns counter feits wflUbe prosecuted. IIOBBINS, ArPLCTON A CO. Ants for the American Wateh Company. IS8 Washington, St. Boston. Oct 13 diwlm ri i. M K It E U I T II. IJENTIsT Ofee No. 132 West SUth Street, states as fellows Cixclisaii, Oetoter 1, 16KC Messes. J. N. Haubis A Co. Ccr.ts.-Abect one vr am 1 took a cold whkh settled on my iuas- A violent coush was the consequence, whi:h ic- creared with severity. I eipcctorated larte quan tities of phlegm and matter. Durinsthe last win ter I became so much leduced that I was eonSnrd tnmrbed. The dlrease was attended with cold .i.m. . nlbt-sweits. A diarrhcea set in. My friends thought I was in the last sUjcs of Consump tion, and eculd not lotribly get well. I was commended to try ALLEN'S LO G BALSAM. The formula was shown to me, which induced me to ire it a trial, and I will only ad I that my couSh Is entirely cored, and I am cow able to attend to my business a. usual. 1 eur. " Kid l,v A. C. SrrAB t Co, and by ail dealer. Family Medicines. it iTCIlELOtt'S HAIR DYE TiivnrsrrjJTnE.TTORLD. narmlese, reiu ., in,uaUneous, the only perfect dye '"nt, n0 ridleal.u. Uats, tru, to No du niturs Mni-k or brown. Ceamac u sijrnea irtDftsi j r mllt.it.ur BafdUIar. Also, Jvejenerawi cau-. - prerve.andbcautiae.lhe hair, pre-rves laid P i.i...ia Factory HI Barcel.y cess. OOli "S -a. .L.N.Y dawly im. M.VTTI.SO.VS Sl'RK RK.UKI1IK. E-'or S.icci::l Cr.M-.. Canbe ohtaincl caly at bis flee. No 25 Union street, ProTrd-ner, and are .eat by express" in sealed pasasj, o4-r,vi(,o, t,jn part, ,r the eoaatry. TArjJi n.i ntr frf-y-ii.j, but for thslr rcspertive purpojo Iker ro.itnrlt, ki,t r . .'. gr- Circulars sivin; fall inlormathm m'k U -gktit (ffiuioniii. also a lwokua V r-i'i' lMi(l,rt ta wsfrf . sent free- St' Br ure ml tr A far Htm, for without rtfrriKcn noadvertisia.i 'iysieian shouldba truit ei. Eneltij a stamp for postage, and direct to DK. MATU50N, No. St Union Street, Trovidence H- Aui.21,l6-dawl) .MOI,AXIIi:it.S KVTilAtT III' ESuchti ! IS SOLI) by all Apothecaries, everywhere, fer only ONK UOLLAlt. It isa certain cure fur Dl-ca-es of the Kidneys, CJr.ncl, Illieu niiiwem, i.oiir, iiropsy. remalc I'fsorders A: t.e-iiernl Ilebllity irtslni; Irom exees.-esofaay kind. Head the foe lowing Testlmcny or a Ci y Miuitnirv . CaiRLtsTcw?, Mass. Nor. a, i AtUrs. BCKLIICBA Ko,.il: Ibtfti.B. I feel It a defy I ove to von, and to sueii c tbe community as are sulTerin; as I hare suSered, to make known thioozb the medium cf i our adver tii ments the core that, through the blessing of iitayiuuae wr u-nt upon me by suing bMi- njf .uvut. i hwi ,Bvcreu over one jurwiin Kidney D.sme ia bad I could hardly walk. I took ivnr in ttit nrbmt lander s nucha and it cured at. vtiLLii si. JIeii-.in. City Missionary. All Apotbeeariea sell tliis valuable prenaraUon, and ask only one dollar f r it Try It Bl'RI.K uli t ROitr. Wbofersle IHagabts, oca:ru Agents. aa Krrevvv it. woiiji me:h i.ve SSrown "t.yr rntitueComHlx, Or worm Lozaajes. jducu ickness, uudoubtedly, with ehildren aad adults, attributed ta ether eans es. Is oecas'ined by Worms. The "Veaxiruui I'oa riTS," althoari eCectual ia destroyiag wirnii. eaa do no poS'H.le lajury to tlie most delicate child This ra.usMs cumilaaiiur. has been successful It seo i paj slcianj. an I fouai to be safe and sure in eradication "o-i ij, s hartfal to children CIIII.ORnx HAVING WORMS require immediate attcnttoa, as ncjl'ct et the trouble ettea earuts prulonjed siekniia. SVITOMS OK WORMS I.V CtMI.DIt K are often overlooked. Worms In the stomach aid bow. Is cause irritation, which ean be removed oaly by the use of a sure remedy. The combination n ingredients used In maim.- Br.wn'i "IVrmirW Ccastts" is such as U giv tbe best possible effect with safety, CURTIS t BltOWN, Proi.rietors, Sew Vork Sold by all Dealers in Mr1iine, at 2S eU. a Hox. May l!. I6 dawlv. a MA KCHI G ox : COXrANTl.V A I). vardn: in puMIe favor, tiircu;hout the United ate, the British Colonies and Fpaaish America, and need no Flourish of Tr -upets ti proclaim Its me ess that stand ird artic Cri8fadoro-s ESmr lvo, isn.w fir aheail cf aav preparation ol Its People rf rashiin. at length tioroushly under- stantth- t-rl'ilc coeiu:accs entailed by the n-r -.f Ktil can ! CiUJtis preparatlm, aad aluilt th? .'Ui.ri itt tf this lam us regetsMe Dye, Munufactu.iv t by j. rniSTADORO, A Astor Iioue, New York. S.1I ly a'l Drcgrlstn Applied by all 11a rPr..Tir. Oct .TltOO. tlR. St ilt; IK i.V DTPKI'M.V sjrmptun, CatieUBd Kemcdy. OYMPTOMS OF DY-:rE?.-I A sense tffall O nes, ti'btne s. and wj.;!.t In the stomach, to. tber with tiitulenc. aciiny. sinir. cffensiire rlehin of m.ai watei-traah and vomiting, aila rtea. dealf what a person e tile an all-zone feeling .it the pit i f the stun seb -. fmiuently there is also a palp:tati'-n of thc heart, whieii physicians wis tike lor heart diseace, and when the stomach is in his coLdtti n it is coated wth a i 'acus or slime Th? t jngh Chr us pxrt'ons of tbe stomach. Iiailsr t-i what we see ia tripe, is wnat throws ont the cau triejuiee, and when the stomach arts a thick coat of slims - n It.'tprerents the sanr ejwleef -cm Bow ing, and dictation eea;is. ck-UecckV reaweed tonie dtsds this mucus or fliuze, atui rcftore the fttomaeh to its natural condition. Kl.-nc Mandrake Pi:l are also rtqa'rcd to ia;ry ell ihh morMd matter. Two-thims of the .-ascs of C a'Un(.t-un arc .-au '. from tbls diseased .-Uleol tiw tt..mach , the lirer beeoming torjiid, it eecsts to throw oat tale, and in a short time tie whole s; stc-ji iKraued, The mucous mem. iirance ot tl.. It nchial tu'".- f irpathises with the thcr oran, ani Wfor the pjtient is aware of it, :.e tr she has 1 r ir.ci.iai r lu:m,&ary Coasomp '.ioc ScLen k'.- Tu' Clonic tijrup cann-1 act freely tLroujtl, the . A when tbe ) .Uam is in this loeked up cvfcdit on, without the aid of the sea Weed Tonic and Mandrake Tiils. The Livel has all the venous Moud to straio. and when it gets in a inorbM oond'ttow, blood aad bile ma through the -tem mixci, and tlie wbele twdy becomes s. low, -tud tho ' N.od so Uileh it can hardly ruu throBX he veins In aua:lt of cases bemurrhare oe- ar Irom this tblei oendlt'ou of the blood. Tbe Uandralc lillsae'. oa the Li.cr similar to calomel. rll.ey do wLjt Ibatdott it urlooks the sail blad derr, iUtt the bile, acd the bl jvi begins to eJrcu latenatarvily tl rd-h the reli.s, and the hn .hit thanes rease. It, when perponiara attack i with hieiuorrl.K?. they would first tase a g.-t pur:;a tive, e, ir.rtltu thtt would acton toe livir. they wnidoinbr reli.-tel ftoai tl.e-ling Iim the .Kur, and it U the nil way, for astrtnsents are on y tcu ,. rary , ana i;nute tt.e bronchial tubes, ana. ! tj.c r"itnd'.rk f i consumption DK.5C.1 t h eilli.e pr, f. f.-l.natiyat iiis rooms .ery.ck, :.' B-n btiet, ework, and X. Ian icrbtrect. U stor., from A V., until ; P M. ejt'Vts adi ice tret, t ut lore tli roush tiim na loa with th R'.iroiater tlie charge Is 3. II!smtueIntnreforsi:e".y all drui.Uts ani ealers. Also a lull supply at all times at his r.t nit Prtea or the Pulmonic 8 ran and Seaweea Tonic each f I y Per bottle, or t-e half dosea. Man drake PUls y cents per t uhv v. uuuoaia j Ilea, rer Street, Assets for Bisles. sal; h sll ' n w.ses I 1PTI1ER1A, For tae oare ot that dreaded disease, DAkIS " I" KILLER is a spc!6e, if resorted to in lime. It should be used mixed aitb water, as a i,ar;lc. i.d the threat bathed with Tain Killer freely. lead what Dr. Walton writes os. from jboeton, liio '-I am l.a,-py tu iab rm you thai tbe Pain Killer ceres this new disease, Dlptbene, or bore mroai, that is prsrailinc to roalataaing an extent In this section of the eoaatry. Oa Walnut Creek, itoimes county, they use scarcely any other lemedy, and it 1 as never been lucmn to fail In a single instance hen used ta time. This tact : on may make known ithewarlq." TliR S.IB1.ICAI. ItKCOROEIl." The public generally have great eonadenea in i- medicine. Tbe rumen us testimcnials in Its ....r from well known clergymen and missionaries, , i ei! eslcalated to convincj anv but the meat ,tical. If ttere U any f onrreaders who still u'.t touching the uit;!c powers of PERRY DA i.V PAIN KILLER to rtlie-.e na n, we adrhv 'iem to buv one b-ittie, a ;ivo it a trial. We uercr Inen it y tt fill. Strpt. '. -vel-n Ei V Si 15 Y W A A' Sn the liund l uldrta trd iin.cu.lrr tle,e itrpoitant fact about r. k9 oiters fi.v, ASU INVIC.OlSATOIt. iM4 aisdinnts, it i "Toawa's Bill Fritad .' Leectrihea t or Whites), Amencrrhca (rurp-es- sion), Amenorrhaga (nowins). Dysmenorrhea (pain ful menstruation). Dyspepsia, stca lieaoacne, uraS lng down fensa'lons, loss of strength, mental de pression, constipated bowls, sleeplestness. Irritabil ity, and th innumerable ay mtitems of low vitali ty and disturbed circulation-are crrd by this ex tradinary medicine. Out Uarmful in water is wtth more as an liorati Teew-, than any amount of Aleoholie Ititters, which are always at-t-nded by re-action and depression. lilt. DDDU'S r.t;u nr. r. iaall.es the circulation of theNervtm Huid, pro motes thc free circulations of the blood -aMl di- rstlon, cures eestivenes., reguiates the bowels astl restevea tie vital ersni to their natural ae tijlty. fteawtofasso OntJM or tdhir polsonou dru;, aad as an lavlgorator will make strons and Healthy the weakest system. No woman ihould despair of perfect rssUratioa t . health until she has thoroughly tried Dodd's N'ert ine. All druggists sell It. Price, M. II. B. STO REP. A CO.. Proprietors , Tulton Street, New ork Juas ill-wivr NEW PLATEU COODS, ,. nANpsOMETEASI.SByru pCuW leUob- alnling?. C-ffin Plates and general stcck of FINE PLATJSD tsuuiis. HVCr Wal'C, trt. ,,,c,t v-trrt n,. ,t full and eompicw.tocacio-si.ii.o.'.' GOODS ever en hand. 1 , j i: w i: l. it v . A fine lot of GOLD RINGS. CHAINS, CHARMS Ac. J. E. BbI.3IAIIl, 1 Nov 13 Church tlrtit. ' l t.ec.irert. li Better Dishes, !2bpooa .V i ..' , . I-....-, o Manor Casters. 3 Pickle tally in i r,Vl'r.Snrrir BowU and Creamers, S ice . tins , ' e-.o.-..s r-" , j. rr a-s.ll. lias.'lsl ffMiTl. .. .'- :i trraJM rUlkS sa,uva ui'vuei aa ...p - - ;nrii' ilvfrtisfinmis. IIINESUIROH VCAUEAIV. 'I'lIE WISTEU TERM will oien on Moadsy. A 1'ccember H, and continue eleven weeks. ATtvr. v. r.RivKvirnnTif Dee.,-, srjir Principal. E. Ill F I.OY 'I) , Wtttchttiakcr V Jciccllcr, 151 Church Street. A NEW assortment of GOLD and SILVER PLAIN CASES, aid ENAMELED DIAMOND SET W A T.CHE S, at FLOYD'S Jewelry Store orcoLD, silver, nuaiiKR, lliatelalneaal Leontine. at Ac. tiuartl. Ve-t, FLOVUMJeaelryStire, Church St. Every De-irablc N'e I'ntterii of In UeH. Sliver. nuWer. Flisxree. Etruwan, t-naaMlnl, Jet and -Stone work. Hair and Silver work to order, at FLOYD'S Jewelry Store The ltct Vailely in the- City or SIM K I! W A li E. at E. B. FLOVrfd Jewelry Store. ! ftt led (iootl-i. every thing the ornamental at market aTo.' usefhi and - FLO VIW Jewelry Store. c n ocics. Reliable fur time aad eh rap at FLO VD'J Jewelry SUire. ;oiti zviis Best In use. at and I'eiiciN. FLOYIi'S Jewelry Store. SPECfACLES AND Ki EfiLASsES, To suit all e t, in every Lind and style of bow at FLIVIVj Jewelry bt re. B'ochcl anil Ttth'.r Viillvru at ristlYD . Jeweb-y Store. sCISSORS AND SilEAKS, Of the Snest cutting qoalities at rusvirs Jewelry SJore. KAZOI&, STROPS, TOILKT ARTICLES, at FLOYD'3 J welry St"re. A. asaal a largo FLOYD'S Jewelry ttr Oar Stock is. as it ever h been. th. m.. i r nlete. richest and best selected ia thl vi-im ,. b-eh tbe attmtioa ot the bayia public is !nt ite I. e rwit ii. 151 Church Srrr .VATCll AND CLOCK WORK. KEPaIRLSU OF JEWELRY ANII SPKCT.tri.RS. done by eipeiieocei erorkmen 'il fati.fi.-t gearanue-i in all iasei iy B. Fin'. in t hiei Til K ItKMIs I'ATB.N r Ml fK .' 2 51 11 O O S.S..S ft S1 litis t'NPARALLELKI) C"L!.tn -irl. n-s ..i I the desirable naalilies ofthe t-t hith r: :-.- tr educed, with pec: liar merits of it- owa. .r'.utJ br letters Patent. Thefaawfeatttr.srfth'. oIIat eousi.ta ia. the nierly eascclated triplet rj-vm liniswhrrebr It admrts itself to tLe n .-k in the eant.-t and most psrfeet manner, and fie r.'ji. !e-l e'onated enis which overlap o as to prt-enta complete and tasteful appearance in absence of t:.e - tin. ineanexaaipteii lavorwitu wnica tniico. lar has been received, and tli ir.crea.in it,mo ! eoLsequent thereto, is ample evi lc-ice l it fntr r -ic worth. But It ean be shown by a m uhematicai certainty to lie the only collar posse, ir? art -t.c merit and sdeaiiac adabtatior We bave arransel for the manufacture of Hi collar from the liest material pss bie to tie obtaiac 1 ana in every reipect superior to any. rne same is ma'e Not1 enameled persp ration proof, and heavy pla n pair. In Btr.m and (iarrota styiej, neatly I ut up ta boaes cf lo each, also in eartaaa of l'i collars each. We are now prepare to fill order f. r tl a collar, and give .ach inlaewnents to the trade ' cannot tail in insure an anpieceaeatea sate. Vetv RespeesJnUy. raSKIB, OIUUAKT a eAf., . ,. II For Sale at Manufktta e-s prices, at COLVI.ir TURKU, eorlllawt.r Burliegtn, X't. MAKE YOUR OWa SOAP YOUR WASTE PRESS F- V. CI A O K J(ttnuat lu.'i PENN'A. SALT TiITG. CO. It will make 1 wi . i: I'm mi ! . . ! . Hard Hoop, or TwaMV-nvrflALi"N,.t i! . very best Hoft onp, for only about Tnuti'i C'knts. Dlrertlonaoneah lwx. F"r.iIo. t all Drug and OniTy Stor-. ltr.tVAitrt or rai'XTiiRrKiiw. Be particular io asking fer PENN'A. SaIT MTG. CP'S, SAPONIN.!. amerTuax life nuoi's: For the speedy care of I) I r II T II E 11 I A, Coughs, Colds. Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Bron chitis, Rheumatism, and al! kir.dre I complaints. For five years has thii article been before the people, aad the verdict retnrned from every quar ter, by the consumers of the half million bottles that have been add within that time, is, that "It ALWAYS CCKKS." Read the followins, wbieh is only a speelmen of the many letters we are dally receiving Bostos, Mass "Ohsix Sfcisam Co, -Sin . Notwithstanding my general tirjudlre a;ainit proprietary (or latent) medicines. 1 was induced t.i buy two bot tles of tlie American Life Drops, through the high reerenmendation of them by a friend, as al wars curing Diphtheria, Cousnr, Co'ds, Sore Throat. Bronchitis, Ac. Mj son. sixteen years of age, was taken suiden'y ill with Diphtheria aad eculd scarcely speak er swallow, his ihreathingwat so had. We were much alarmed, but decided to try tbe Life Drops, before calling a phj sician. By using the Drops according to direction, he was soon reliered and the disease entirely I roken up. I let a friend sutferin: with Rheumatism have ene orthetottles. He says tae Life Drops gave im mediate reller. an 1 are the bet medicine be ever used A fimily near him suffering f ic ia Colds aad Ulcerated Sore Throat, -used some of his, and were cured in a short time. Since then 1 let my brother a ldiysleian, hare part of mine, aad with which he cared a bad case or Diphtheria. He is constataed to aeknowled;e that they are valuable. Truly your?. A. B. ELDER - The Lira Droits are etrcfuil) prepared by 0HIUN SKINNER A CO.. Sxdc ProprleUrs. Springfield, Mass. And sold by all Druggists. Geo. C.Goodwln A Co , Kced. Cutler A Co . Rnt Iro's 4 Bird. Boston, Ma's , General Agent" w!?w3m .MEDICAL. DK.S. S. FITOII. A.M.. M I) Author cf Six Lectures on the Prevention and Cure of Pulmonary Consumption, Asthma. D.resK or the Heart, ani mode of Preserring Male and Female Health, of 711 Broadway, N.V, and 25 Trsment street,! Boiton, Mass.. may le conjoltcl every Monday at 711 brcadway, New crk,-and at ho. 2J Tremont Strttt, Boston, on Wednesday and Thursday, Oitober 3d and 4th, and every other Wednesday and Thursdiy after. All con'ultatlons All consultation, free. Dr. S. S. FIT' 1! cure, the fdlowlngdlseases ...,.! All Headaches, Catarrh. Sore Throat, Colds, V, VrKnAlnV.nh. Bleeding LuUfS. Con lumptlon, Aithma, Cueasts or the Heart, Jiyspep- tia, Liver Complaint!, Bowel Complaints. CoiUve- s-art-- lv A t . TV.S-.V ew CmnliUnlt nert, Wlei, lropy, Orarlan Tumari, Crmplanti peculiar uiriiutr rca, oo" w11. ........... Eruptions, Pimplei and Brown Epou on the face, the icalp, tho bands the limtsortheperson; Rheu. matlim, Eryshielas, FalUng of the Hair y Humor, Goitre, Swelled Neck, Scrtrula. and all irsuurlties of the Blood, Nerroujners.Chorea, St. Vitus' Dance. In all cae tbe best itferecccs giv en no K pithii VAMILV P1IVS1CIAN Is a perfect guide In every family, with remedies lafslu- bie, mas eaca may piwuiovi j,.ti,n aommilicr eo promiiwy cm, .it fcu..., .mu prevent acd cure sll diseases arlilng frem I . ., . I T L . tl.nt.. 3CUII lUICUlUtluuii uoun . ...... also to cure croup, uipaueria, oariev lns.Cu;h. CboIcM. Cholera 3lorbat, Cboicra in- fictuin, ijurroocavirum imwih.oii-i , --.", .i.! r . c... t:I.V..ia I'erse r.T t Vise IIt. rwi.enf ss. Cnrns. Sea-Sickness. Care of the Hair andTeeths the belt Tooth Powder aad the belt Hair I'ye ever useu urn oi iia, -, vir- aim tjtaun to me rami venereum .. m H.Eh The "ramlly Physician" Is .set by mall, free of i.csUgeto address, on tae receipt o; taitty-ara cents give Slate, Town, County- and Post Office Dlrict to DR. 8. 8. FITCH, No. asTiemontet , Boston. Mais Oct. dttawJct R RADFORD AFADE.MY. Home nml Day School. rni: iouxu lvd'es EUAD.'jgD ils. 'PUIS ISSTIIUnoN, row In Ksstxty-fouithyear X has the advaatares cf Leantifal location, a thorouxheocrsoofstu-ry.asoad library, the teit instruction ani aa endowmeat which diminishes t?8 expenses The Winter Term will eemaMGce December 3th. Applv to MISS AnBV H. JOHN bON, Principal, or to J. I KtNGSBL'RV SerreUry Nov. 2 iv la S.U. A. II, W. SMI I'll. on vv.j.v.v nvi'rE rV?:' ,,t 0RA.N8 ate the ONLY ntAL nthu oui.a: s r. ,M1,iic. Tho oly Orsan bar".,- r,f. siti' ' RATlNn SOUND COX'r WIND llirA-.aiih haV the same imnArt.tnt ,.. . ..t...n . i. ti i I "oa "as in tbe IVr. . r e .. .ire b. J and resonaccs or tone and ti.ut which the Oraan t-eoomes merely a Mel !e. i ,n sn Orwau fife. , Chest or Sound Box, but bare the large Organ TtrS.5'yLn'7Vrn',:!'r't -ta dine. f t. ue. , Jhere with their extreme fine voieinaol the Iteeds n?n5? XSU,"-S 'Si"e them the MOST , 11' vjua.- A.iun.i. These great im- Provesaents and superiority or tone and workman ship of the AMERICAN ORGANS place YuemLi in tbe front rank as the best. ad command a hhch er price than any other reed instrument ia the Market. A earefal rxsminaUoa of them, in aim narisost with oiii.n -m n,,-.vi.. .v"Ti . , - ' I - . j ravw I c I Mm,iori'r, NEW INSTRUCTOR. (t'j lite .Smcrtcmt Onrtut. Or Oiauiits" Parlor Companion -Iiiled free on receipt o: ii 1.1. Wareroems aad Manufactory, Treraoat oppwfe Waltham Stieet, POWERS A STORY, . . . General Agents, Oet 12-wtf HurUnirtoa, Vt. S. O. UO WIM.KA R A."c7). nii.'SijUiss i.y Fijovit X. Iti'.'A- 191 Stall- Street. IIOKtOli. Use Flewr. Pearled wheat, White Meal. Wheat Cora Floor, Klln-drled Corn Meal. Back wheal Floor, Bosaiay aad Bern p. Maixena and Cora Starch. Belted Indian Meal, Hooker's Pariila. Oat Meal, Pearl Barley, Oat Floor, Rve Msol. Oa. areata, THU RURAL A.MEKICAN. I ."REE ! The best Paper for Farmers, Gardened, I Fruit Groners, Ae., ! this country, pobtished at Dm e,N. Y.,fbr la year, acd every eah jriber recelt Ins the worth nf hS E,. nty in Gmt aitles of choice Grapevines, Mrawt.erry Plants, lc. the best in existence, ani vtcndi 1 -v.- tl-I'lato mtavings, worth f.V'i each The paper aa i irom Bow till January . Send or.-auip.c-. .'J. I.nl I details. Mocharzes. t'mi. Ajuw wanted .uc very town. Address, T. H. kflNKK. Clinton, Oneida Co. , M. Y., where my editorial efface and fariu loratt.l IIAMJIONTON I'RtiTLAXIlS, j I 1IB test opportunity 'to secure a Lome , tu 1 1 -ie 1 i 1 neat thy eilmate -, soil saiiah.e for ail cr . ' . -i-e lot Fruit land in the Luon; let f u.'irk'r- i- I ni near New York and Philadelphia ir.-u - t,, , ear acre elearod from .niall fiuit a lar j- i ulation already li.cit. J, hunr..:- i . xo.! society, perfectly healthy jeftwt r. i. a:. ' lantiges. Lands ftrsalc in an!a'. ul i tie n-u us; iianuaonlun Fruit .titlrmtnt. aj ui les r ,.ni I'n.l biriphia. Alara tjac it lcw oi.i it t . to r'aims 1 1 salt the aetoarsef tier. Pri.v p.r ' i"- ard t ui'wanls from - to $"0 per acr-. l.i --d t"n ' c-e .ou for sale, Teim, liLeral. tit!' irn.i ; . ull tsd-oranetlsmasidreas BTRNKS JeiSES, lla. ir : i n, cm jr?cy. aii leme.- an -rcrt.i. TO RKT.tlLBRS. CtttlLDREN aad Vouthj' genteel thorooih-iaade ' Metal Tipped hh'.-cs , a.o, V,.,ti and Shoes with the new Uait-C Tip .a Ueta! Tip ov er a Patent rather Ttui, always on baa.1. FIELD THAYEit AWUIT10MB. Bo.ue. Mail, 1 HE EL, "i I STRKET IIOT5CI.. 1 Ou8. tfurmerlt -id Xu. 'j Butta UosrJ No s ner dar. Roonu withent meal.. :'. eni A splendid Billiard Ream attached. Hou.-. ..rxa all alht. II. B. BILLING4, Proprietor. I It Cf I. A 11 .tvs. Wttli i:mtrH'a I'MlMit 3I Jl.lr To.tSl, Cut more aad better lomber, with U, same power and ta the seina . than any other Saw In the orlJ, with leas expetuiture of labor ard Dies, and sever -.ear seaaller. For denrlptue psniThlet. with price lut.addrtv, AMKRIOAN SAU CO., N . .JtCub tt , N. T. lATiRKa. BrenchiUi-.Seni.'ula. Lirrraml Kid. V't 'es. 7atu.-e Remr !ul if m Plants WM I'. Pl.l iCE, Fluhiag, New York, for f i a.-.-c.-irtor of the Liunaen Nurfeiies, has dls c. veret j-i.' m ve itaaa tor the above and all la lieritd aed lirosie Diseases. PyTiepsla. Neivtme l'..iity, CbeuniatlssB, all Female Baladles, and t-iers rt'uittni; from Impurity of the blood, bliher t. icurai'.r. Expianattry ciraiar. one stamp. Treat i. nc all diseases, tki eeots. si:: -no voc wish to find ut u'.i '...ut e.as ktaohine.of all kiala iiaveyoaah ue foe t ry, or otl.erbaildiaits t light ' Before d. so, be save aad send for oar t'ircuiar. Toa will not -eiretit. UNION OAS CO. 1) BromSeldSt. Bostoa. E M I 1 R E 2 Y 5 "V Q J 1 A V 1 1 X MS aa. scpaatoa vo au. othus. II or I aniiiy anu jiannmciHi- Ing rurpo.e. jil lb. latest imnrotesaeats i 'are speedr, noiseless, durable, and easy ton ork. Ilastrated etrealars frse. Agents want ed L.'er.l .ii'coantsall'.wed. Nu ooasignmeats 'Add,.-, WIRTIIAROCT. Ji WashingtcnStreet. lto.ii.n. KT.HI ISHHI) IX 1T-0. 1! rials'.' TO! !,'. SOAl. .T,' Fail. Row, Ncv YoiL. lioxtr, I'.-ii sir, rats, A.- An i ortr l ether .-ai'eties. These :o. its warranted I...I to cbap r injure the most delicate skin j lelc a oaick lather, aad are of fragrant odor. F. r . ile In tke lrr-;- t. and 'Jrocers In this place. CIIKVAI.IKR'o I.IFEFOR TIIBIIAIR. NEVER FAIt U res-, re grey hair to its original coler. IreshaeM and beauty, w 11 POSTIVELV slop it fhillnr eat; will SURELY promote it. arowth; Is CERTAIN to isa pait lifk ani vigor ; will INVARIABLY keep the bradinacteau.euoi. and healthy condition ; eus i tales autbins iniarl u-, has NO EQUAL as a HAIR DRESSING, and is cod .r.-cd by ourbe tphtsleUas. 1 assare you, lailc- gentlemen, it is all youre .itire r r t'.e 1 a'r. Held by all Dr-ai..,-s, and at say oniee. No. IIS Boadway, N. Y. SAKA1I A. C1IEVAL1ER. tl. 1). Wholeraiela B s'-.n t.v Geo. tt. Goodwin A Co. Weeks A Poll" vi j. ',irr A Co.. Carter Wile) ..r lr.,!. Ruti'ii i.ttBiauitKwlll sent free to any aiWress Tue Oarlique will ear. .the stralehtest hair on t e fifit application (wli!i-ut injury) lnn laiariant, be.utltul Hewlngewrls. Addrees. with stamp . Prof R 11 ROBB, Parknun, Ohio 1VIXV 1MTBNT HAIR CRIMPERS I.-vOR Crimpins and Waving Ladies' Hair. No 1 Heat iriiaired la af.ee them. Ask your Stere-ke-tier fr (brm, if be d.we at keep them, wine to the manufsetarer, K IV INS, sixth St. olwa Man Ave . Philadel-bf VCEXrs WAXTEO.-tauoo a l'ear aad Exiien-ee to Male and Female Agents, te In troduce a ntw and us-lal Invention, abselutely needed in every heuiehold Agents ieferrlncto work on conralKloa ein earn fieeu JJ to 50 per day. Fer particular! a-ldr-. W. WILSON, A Co. Cleveland, Ohio. WIIIII' ELIXIR, ; r.TTrir' .. n. ,K,niiii ' J !(,, leadsnssmntsMtiit " - You ned .'uuerio. longer unless you eheo-e lu effart t, magical, eurlog VTT. IV ol.. .It alW mlhitr -retseuies" nave lan- reiaedles" have f KjV li lad tSfldb; all Druggl.ts, or It will be scut any xbera. Address, J. ililirc. Uros.lit, LererettSt, Beaton LitallULcd in basinets 152. A TARRIACE AXD CELIIIACV, an Essay liX of warning arw iMtruetioo i. r youngmeu-, also, IOsaie. aad Abu.es which pr-maturely ptot- trale tne lliai pewere, .mi i- ui.u. w i..., Sent Free if Italic, in sealed I -Iter envelspes. USE P e ii ii c ' .t fj .'f'TrfeV Harrys P0K 11IB UANUEntLUKI-'. ' I i tgfZ- ' R,',l"t",l,-s: r?9& .iiiiuhtiukmuvts IN WESTERN" I'Al'ERS. l"'',ict'.-td shuM send for our lists or I "e Hundred Ohio. Indiana, and Illinois Xewrna. I Effl. 'r?hH fe t all applicant OEO. P. swvit AdvertiHn; AgenL", Beston and I'l'IIObSTERT GOOIIN, WINDOW SHADES, intloiv sih.nle Fixluret, iiJLI...NDS AND LINENS, i.are unit NotllnRhara Lace Cmtaluv, C1RTAIX CORNICES, ir v:: Lis5. cord., ' - """oiesaie ana tteiau at CO IT PEAR'S. t- Weehlnston SL. Boston. 1 MI'tlRTA VT TO SMOKERS, i u can iiiaVc y.ur own . llccrsc.'uimn I'i pea ' VK -B ft), eaUMt be tM from the K MBKIKCII.vrM. bcinl wlollar t II. UKt -.'KRV ... tollon. Vt. and i, . rfmalhi. ' IKI in ato. I I NOTICK. 'l-.i.Iir "!Ur,,?'a rJoijemher Ivth, Musts taught If leire.l V. r le'in- and referebees aptdr to siief K. M MOODV, Itarltngtan, Vt, IMt lllwU B!' RA Kg rilAXCl. .elk (!) Z 2Z -T.T !- wanted i Jiii? Sf- llni lary er permitted ni;ra rJTSCTTS?:,. " JSrtieaier. res sept 17 dawtf Hit. W. II. CAKI'ltNTlSlt. Or a r i ,v a ;. (i r isf OF MA INK. Ta., ?i : y1?" ''"If a w h. wstll J i,.,. I'MtOBoa BLIXIkXESS. DEAFNESS. CATAKKII, BKONCIUTIS, Nasal and Aural Polypes, Dux-bargee from the Ear. Noises la the Head, ocrowea s?Of Eyes, PiiBks Ofsssitfes, end all diseases or the K1E, KAIt t.VI) THROAT, ia aanet eases th. m tu. e t. . , wiuwi mtcneriBb with th. patients area - . . . . . : - ... ..Mm .r pa Hon ArSi.iciaJ s.jt uyserteh iriruorr r ir.v. MeadrsdsolTeetlmonbUe from the M dtlieoisr . jtb proof i f their Uathfulln... ran be russaaNallHU sit !). , rrrr. Set all le trrr Bid euweia Mie I,.llas ia earn an snsaer. uffkie It. et.i , IK tr-a.il a. . P. M. "! feu ted Sa ISOO. - l..t !..r, .-I.i t.t ubbiu.eXecpt in. which e.tl require a very Ii::.: .'i' a-! u mi other preparations offered Hal, eiurjr. , ll.L N IKT1 CLOTHS9, but will leavethei i taiKb -. rta than ordinary meth ods, Blthoat th. ..-iial wear ant tear. It removes gi. a-.- ,.ot. .-ifby mask, and ..ft.ns the dirtby s. al.,0t. . that rinsing will in onlinary eases ewtirely rru, .,c .t. This powder i.- preparcl u aceur-iaace with ehoniieal science, aai uiKn a process peculiar to Itself, which Is sijuredly Letters Patent. It has been ta n for more than ).ar, and has proved itself an universal fav crite wherever it ha. oeen beeaased. A mini the adranu.c. claimed are th following, vti It raves all the cxpen-4. . -. a,, avually oa eotte.n aad liner, oods. satve n.t ' the labot (I twobiasu a Air.', !,.r ,;f;t.:j sitiut, t is atuauyassed. With ' onj-t r the time and tabor aesallr re inire.1 it impan.- a iaatiful lese and lustre, ranch nWi rusn tt r u;. c X, w..trr renr.ired except t ci .n the pew ler. Directions with .teb package. Aad ea" be re avpreeiatec t a single trial. The cost of wa-b.--. a r i f.ui:I nf "are r ,x per sons will no; rs.-c inxc e? The maauUetnrer .( to" p. wrt- are aware that man; useles'i- vi :i-! bare been Introdneed to the public wkicb 1.- ve rotted tie clith, or failed In removing the din. i oi erwm; n- Intrinsie ex eeHeneeof tharlha!e, i er.nr..tently proehlra it as being adapted to meet - ind which has long existed, aad wuwh oerctir,.rc remained aasmiplicd. n vM're. lraan a, laOWS vi: S 2.'K .'Si.'V.S, jr.l) K roHtltra) F.r mI by Grocers atrl Dealers everywhere, wttmi HF.SRY HELMS, vtasmfturer of BSIF.7,5.'Zmt T.liiisUS, will. !., NEW PATENT COMR1N TION CCsniON. Superior te any bow muse. The moat ttBlaent players aad most uipetent lodges have given their unqualified approval of these Tables. Seles Room at I0S Sudbury bt. Bost-ia. July 2B W3. AB.VT. W VNTEH FOR The anii, Hit- lialllc IMcId and the !3ospi(.t!. ur Ui.hU and sbatow of the Great Rebellion. 'I'lIEUKisaeertiin portion ol thewar that will 1 never go into the resaiar histories, nor be em bodied in romance rr p-Ktrr, which Is a ve.y real part of It, and will, it preserved, convey t suc ceeding generations a h.ttev idea or the spirit if tbe eoefl'et than many dry reports or earefal itr-ratire-r events, aiwltbi-psit mey be cllt the -sip. Uc fun, tbe pathos of the war. i his ilias tiatrs the character r the leaders, lbs bum r .r the .jidiers, the detotivn of women, the brarery . 1 men. the eluck of u-b-ie .iit - an I bar Isbipe of our service Die volume is prvfuiv.y .liurtraird w.th over ii.i eagrav ings by 11 e lit. -I aitiets, which re rr if r,tnl; woilbv of e vamlnatioa ss specimens of the ait. The book's contents include icmtbisteaees of eamp. "picket, spy, Kiut. .bivouac, siege, and batllc-tield adventuie-; thrilling teats of i ravsry. wit, drollerv , creical ai.d ludlcr. e adveutn-es, etc , etc. Aiausemtnt a- ae.l as instruction mo be found in evtiv pane, as uolii. detail, briiliaat wi., mvt authentic hietury. are sk lllnll 'nterwoven ia tbi w r'. of literary art This w-rk sell, i'-r'.l. Ti e iiopl arc t i'd . i Urv dctailp and psrti'an woiks. and want - me thiag humorou", rcr-antio, and .tsrtliu-: Our ageais are making fr n !" t" le ionth, clear of all txotat: tm tor circular., sivtog ftiil particulars, and k- .r terms ar.d pr,-.f of the alwve afc'tlon. Addrcs. NaTltfNVI. PCHLIKH IVKIO. li' Water street IVst.e Maw lir ANTED AUENTo, to ell Rev. D- C. eddy's T I works. "Tbe LVd'.age I j Wary." by the set or sinjle vclume. Tbe best carTa-.ti-: :,ki trer Sablished. Exclusive territory jiveti. Had eeementa. Send for Circular. UORACI WENT WORTH, PuMi'hrr, I" Wsbir:toe btr-et. It, "rt Mass. SII.VER1XK. An entirely new invention for SIfA'lilt I'Sr.'3'VS llias'. t oppiT.Cermail Sltrcr.llroiir, LE-tJOS. AVf POLIBUING SILVER AM) IL ER.PLATEti WA RF- Altbouah au entirely new invention, this aittcle Uas already excited the surprise aadadaetratios of many of many of the proratatat aeieatiflj rstew of the day. and Isprowoaoted.by all who have seen its almost magical operatioB one of the rnn.t i) skis iBveatieas ef modern ttmtf. Itlsaeomplcteeleetroeiivcr-piatla battery in a bottle, and Is destired to work wonders la every household ; esty its use all stiver-pisted ware, whose plttioe is worn on. eaa be restored te its r Iginal beaaty. and sitielesef brass, capper, Ger Beasi stiver, etc., csnbe lnetantaBeoutiy plated with pure silver, at a cost v trieinx that wo taeiily need be withoat it. Thero arethousands uf articles tn dally we made y be"d. Kails """"zri " wen as urij.i. if I. irhans napless to sav that the rattrcril.e. as Its name Impiies, l.a preparation. ,1 I't'HEalL- i t-vn ml contains vu stEcruav. aetd. or other in f;redlents, nor any prosettr In the slightest degree nhtrleu. tu metal" r the heads. pal Applied to to:..i Plati i Ta-Ie Fru!tn Dishes, Trays. Castors, Stair Rods, Uareeu Trim- 1 Kings. Military EqulprscaU. Ireor Knobs acd ' Platti. Mttaii: Window aad t4wwCaie Erarnes, Ao whose platieg is a-orn eC It gives them all tie aeauiy et new m,, .htoihj mm imia u Sllrerine is apphed as often as such articles air eNlnarllyeieattd. Applied lo Copper. Bsasa or Bronte aitldis, tt will keep thsm BBAtrrirFLLV siLvraap, with ene j (toaster the trouble repaired te keep theu eleen by scouring, ete. It will aJjote fcuca te b? the belt andmtceua umiealsilteretesntr ever used, pradselaa all the I rllllenar omsalloytd silver. HOltEi STEVENS. itAyXFA. TITERS, tiO Broadway, Bcitan. Mais, villi , arBta-Bl-aB-as-fe KIIVlHIilklH FOR I.N"ST,V.NT.VNE0L3LY ' SILVER - PLATING. AKriCLxs or Tlrass, Copper, Germnn Silt er, Ac. BeStOrini th nUtln wb.rM worn ml Cleaning and Polishing Silver and Silver ri.tled Ware. ThiS mOSt UMftil Inr.TMInn ,h. I. . atloaof rcRisiLviB. and contains no mercurr aoid, or other suoitince Injurious to metals or li.. hands. Itlsaoomnleteelectro-nlatlmbatterv In a bottle. Prico so cenu per bottle. Bmreijts and Variety Stores. D J . . 1 . . ror ins cy HOWE Jt STEVENS, k txcrAcinras. aosro.t, wati 6epL28-w3m TI1EMA.MMT1I O I Ijl-OrL'l'I'W (lliini tl' ,.,.1 ' i'aper lVni'cltoii-si, N'os. 2 ami 3 Viiinn Iltock, Cliuirh Miert The nndeninl. n.An.t.,A.. ... k. -1 . . t llsnment. de.iri, tA ,tl 1. 1 .,.ni.K . . . -. . Increased facilities fer tho better accommodation of their patrons. They have not only greatly en larsed and beautified thefr calamvm. hnr tin eorrespondln;ly lncrease.1 and Improved their AU good, named la the follewing list thsv wm oner on the most reasonable terms, at wholi sale and retail, vti. Crockery, efanlily aad very desirable shape. French China, plain, gold band and decorated, la -etu e am. it meat. Table Glass Varc,Kerenc Lamin. Lnutcrti-ittiJ Clian.leliers, frees the cheapest to the richest designs, and all seeds pertaining to the lamp trade, sach as CHIMNEYS, BUKNERS AND WICKS. LATED GOOD3.or"Roserj Bre.Vand " tt-l- neid A rrlee's' make. TABLE CUTEERY, or the best manuftctur.. BRITTANIA WARE, JAPANNED CHAMBER SETTS,and lllOll FAM-'Y G00D8, Sueh as FANCY COLO ONE SETTS, VASES, LAV a uu r.uua,i uuuats, te. And they would call especial to their stock .j- I'ttpcr Iliiiigiiixit, Clolh and I'aper Window Shades and Fixtures, V. O. WIRES CO. Maru CO.TIE.T lb SO FRON0UN1KD BV THE 3I0BT J. scientific Analytical Chemists It Ke.storci Cnt) Ilnlr to its Na tural Color. H It Tromotes thc growth ol'thc Ilitlr M It I'revents Hair I'nllms Out. ea It Chances the ICoots to their Orl- Slnnl tirsanic Action. "'' It Eradlcatei DnnilrnlT ml I ta mora. It Keeps tlie Sculp Healthy. It Contntiis no Injurious Ingieillcnt. And is gensrally accorded ta be X A SPLENDID DRESSING. ITS MERIT Arc Inside the Itottlc. 3 H 9 3 Every bottle contain. MORE LIQUID T than any other dollar preparation. NO t LARGE REWARDS offered to establish "J its efSeaey, but we DO GUARANTEE to' refund the money to any person who will aT tue two bottles and then say that cur ro tas iterative has tailed to do all we claim. 'C TO THE l'CBLIC. j OerJ. K. BARRETT Is the first and only man who dlscovereil the art or combining! i aHAIB RESTORATIVE with a DRESSING w n or which there are not. many Imitations in the market, yet nons bat BAHRETT'3 are a bs Original. " J. U. BARRETT & CO.. Pn,nrletars. H H HA.vcnssrrjt, s. u. . 31. S. It u P. It A. c () . 36 Tremont Street, Boston. Agents for Ns England aad the British Proving. J- B. GALE, M. D. A jent for Burlington and Ticiarsr- JbV :swtm. 2crjal Jtoliccs. WRIGHT CLARK'S ESTATE. -TATE OF VERMONT, rpke tlosorsbk lbs Probata mstuct cr carrriDia, s.X I Court fer its Olttrlct odhittsnaeu. T all persees lnterretrd In tb tvta ef Wrfiit Clark late of Willllton in said District, deceased, C sun J. WtiEEEAS. said Court hath assisted the lit day of Derotaber aext for the settiem.Bt of tbe admlsstratloa aexooat of the administrator of the estate of W.C&irkds. ceased, and ordered that public notice thereof te elv-ta to all persons interested la said estate, by pubhaalnf this order three weeks successively previous to taa day asaizaed. In the rm Press, printed la BarUcgtoa, la did Di-trlrt. THEBEi'OEE, voaarr hereby notiled toapnesrat lb' Prehate Court Eooms, In Cnrlla ftaa, oa the day as signed. taa and there to contest the allowaaos of said MCouat. If yoa see eans. Given under my band, this 7th day ef November. A a 1-S. WILDER L. BUP.NAP, Rigiiter wlVwH TIIOS. RICHARDSON'S ESTATE. -TATE OF VF.BMOXT, rpo all persons coneernel wstaarr or . arrrr-tns.. s.JL la the eitats of Thorns llkkanl-nn tate of Westford tn said DltUict. deceased. caarnso. At a Probate Ceurt koldea la Bsrliaon, wlthia aad tbe Dtttnet of Chittenden, oa tho 7th day of Not. n ber A I. l-,aa hutrnment, purport!-.; to be the lait wUl and teatameat of Thomas iUchardson late of West. ford In said District, deceased, wis presented to the I'onrt aforesaid, for Probate. And it Is ordered by said lnit that the JOth day of November. A.D. 154i, at tbe Irolet Court looms in said ilsrlingtos. ba as iaaed tor provle: said Instrument; aad that notlc tbereif be iiren to all persons concerned, by publish ing this order tkree w,ks successively ta the Frsa Pn-M, j newspaier printed at Bartiaxton, previous ta the time appolntrd. THLRkrvlUE, you are hereby sotlf.d to appear bs fore said e'ourt. at the time and place afaresald, and coa-t.-:t tht. probate of laid will. If you hare cans. Glv.a under my hand at Barangtoa La said Dl.trtct. 1 1. 1 - 7i h dav f Xorember, A . D. 1 WILDER L. BCRNAP, Caster -rltt I R.W. I'OSTS ESTATE. tri niESUB!CKIBEBS,haTln; beea spnotatl I r bv the Honorable the Probate Court ft,! the Dis. ti i.i "f ( hitteaden. Commissioners to receive, examine -u.l :,i"M the claims sad demands of all persons, th.' estate of P..W. Post, Ute of Hloesbarth. la 4oi.l D.stt.ri, reprcseated insolvent, and als sll calma jnd d, m.i.ds eahibitvd La onet thereto: and six months fn-m th. ,lar ef the date hereof, beta allowed by said ' 1 1... tlit purpose, we do therefore hereby glra no t.r. . :i.! wilt attend te the basfaess ofocr sppolat ir.. nt ,t lb.' Ian of It. W. Post In Uinesburgh, la aid Iri.irb i. oa tbe -eeoed Wedaesday of DccemW arntX. i-veatl' n'etork A. M en e.rk ef sail i : .1- t dv it N-rtr, saber A. D. l?e, I.I.MKIC liaXCIIEl', I i ' .B.VLI"IX ).C-mnJlone. .1. MII.I.-- I AARON ROWLEY'S ESTATE, ft: nir-t a--EIBnR?, ksilnj been appolatsd i he iionraate ta. ioaate Court fortiis uittendea. CemmiteDirs to reclva, .1 adhut tW elafs sl draaads cf all rer -of. aaaiat the estate ef Aaron Re ley late of ahel t.un la -.1 IJIstrlet, ripreseated UMdrear, sod slt alt rl-,i,-t i.f detwasala aiblte'l hs oaWt thereto; sod Is tu..b i. lr in the day of tke date aerr.r. bviniZ al- b....llo --.ut 1'tart Inr teat peer, wede tkerafor. I a, rx-l.j .ii. notice, that we wlllattrsd to Ue buslae 1 onr appotalawet at the dweDwlj f Mrs. Balsas Eo.l.., In istklkora la nid District, Ml the last Tsst. i Pmoibrr aad Aprllarat, at leo'eleek. A. .U , I rt'.rh.d raid .lay a. ; lni. .t ti-i. 2th dar ef Xovrmlxr A. I, I wi. li'llVI. ASTWV (Cemwlsars. ' . OAN IEL JACKSON'S ESTATE. I lATT.or VIXMOJcT -nieI.'iteFahletk.P,..tiu I Dialrke oltaii'.a4a. J Ceart, fer the Dt.ttlclof I Chill, rrsi. i To th N ir od A prtxm intreest.d la the tyutt rr Daasrl -'a. k- late of llraesbwnb la said dtsltlct j .t.rvawl GKrETIXG. t Wbrr. -. ....aUoa kalb lea Hiat to IhliCoaitla .nilnr. I tb, a-lnilaiatratrla of tke estate of said da r.4 4avla; tw HcewM. sad sntbovlly te sett the real I lal .f -l L ,vs-4, toeiediag the rar.rMon of tk. !.. - h,w.r tkreln, flUn.- tuttb lb. rein that It Si. twe, n-tal r tb. kerr aad all prr-oo Intrreat a said ..-ut. last tb ssboss of lb rval cttvte cf said .4 in oi. ..-ut. test tb. s boss .if th rval estvtc cr said dv.. ad u, nrv isid be sob aai eonr,rtd Into mcee aad saM edaiB!trat!tx bsrlsg brenght lata exnrt th. raurat aad sM-iehstbra la ,s riiiag of all tif hetrs U fa'd.-'at.-r.Mij la this ?tst ! saeh sab. 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