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WismxcTox, June 21.
Gen. Hancock's friends arc active and con-
;, Th1v o '""e party of New York
I)litician6 licrc imraim; me nomination oi
llcnclricksand Hoflman. There arc good rea
lms fur belicvinS that PrefMcnt Johnson has
not abandnned Is liopcv of remaining in the
White IIoupc, and the National Intelligencer
this morning sounds his praises in a long arti
cle. Some of Johnson's Southern appointees
are now hew at wort for n!m-
Jev Yoke, June,' 2.3.
A Havana letter says the .American Brig
J. X. Barns had been compelled to pay two
dollars per too oa a carS r molasses when
the legal rate was 50 cents and the U. S.
Consul 1 1 tn.e ctlM: before tho State de
Tartmn' at Wa-liington. The si j military
oninlw.mers in Culu liad sentcncol 27
,riier- to death in three months.
Xew Yokk, JuneSj.
Venezuela dates of the 7th inst. state that
m a recent battle in Coro, Gen. Gell witn
.'.00 of his tro 6gure among tho killed and
Gen. Monaga" was before tlie gates of Car-aec-ae
demanding an unconditional surrender
of the place.
New Yokk, June 2o.
The work n the Denver l'acific Bailroad
t sufjnded. The master masons have vot
rd to hold daily meetings to resist the cigh
There was a disgusting light at Hobokcn
among the roughs before the boat race yes
terday, and a crew of rowdy boatmen sttack
ed lirown on tbe Judges'" buat and would
have laten him to death Irad not a police
man leen present.
Joseph lllumenga-t was sentenced to six
years lDipri-onment at Ijouisville j-estrday
fur frauds on the Goerment while in the
Washington, June 25.
The President to-day nominated Collector
Henry A. Smyth, of New York, a Minister
to Austria. He also transmitted to tho House
a message vetoing tlie Omnibus bill. lie says
he d-es not deem it necessary to enter into'a
di-cu-ion of the merits of tlii. bill as it con
tains the same irinciples which wcreiiAoUed
in the Arkansas bill. His objections to that bill ,
therefore apply to this one with equal force, i
The me-Jage was very brief and occupied
about three minute in rending. Mr. Stevens
demanded the n-ei.us question on the cs
suge of the bill over the velo which cut olf
all debate. This was sustained, and the hill
was then jBissed over the eto bv 10"i aves to
30 nays. " '
In tbe Senate the President's et was re
ceived from the House, and the t till passed
over it by a vote of 3 to S.
New York, June 2fi.
Advices from Nicaraugua state tiiat great
dissatisfaction existed at the refii-wl of the
government to fulfill their contract with the
transit Comjwny and the consequent with
drawal f the company's steamers. The
President of Nicaragua in deference to public
opinion has dismiNHnl the minister wlio was
tne originator of the rupture and it i consid
wed highly probable that the matter will )
seitieu to the satMnction ol the company.
Yshim.to June 2
There is an elaKirate article in the Xahou
nl latelhgenccr of this morning, said to retle t
the views of the nuuicrmic Saitliern delegates
to the Democratic ('"mention, which severely
oensuref the recent denionstrutitms of the
New York World in liehalf of Chief Justice
Chase, and scouts at the idea of rccognir-ing
Hendricl.' friends appear to lie con
fident of his success, but would rather liave
Kvartsor s-itoe other onservatic put on tbe
ticket as Vice President than Hoffman or
Xi Yokk, July 27th.
Telegraph advices irom Mexico city dated
June 10, state that Juarez remains firm in his
decision to change the Cabinet. Ki.iuero lias
lieen ordered borne from Washington. Helms
informed the Knglish ltond holders that their
negotiations wi i Maximillian le annulled
all obligations on the part ot Mexin,. There
is no cordiality betwi-rn the American lega
tion and President Juarez, owing to tiie pro
tection of Kuropcans in the American con
Nutt Yobk. June 27. 1
A Washington letter sas that an imesti-
anting committee has unearthed frauds by ,
whieh the clerk in the Audit'rw iiffifo, in t
defiarw-if ol lav. has paid out oter a million
dolUn to nrti?t claiming t rt.rcm,nt ne
roe!i iauteml into sen iiv, naid )artiet be
in owncrc iiftlM negriM. at tin time tliey
mere mustered in.
Sw b'RM iMn C'al., June 2.
At tbe in.ectiatitHi uf Chioee eomianttt
litre 43 girls iniiorted for evil purK
from iiina hae leen arroted and will Ik' re
turned to China or W ajiprenticetl liere to
The democratic primarv election in an
i ranei-Kv was held
under the law which !
tliruw-M around the primary the restrictions
of ordinarv elei'tionp and an attempt to K-ize
the Iwllot lox in one ward was frustrated by
the police and one man nrrcsted for illegal
The I'nion Plate Central Committee hat
called a t-tate Convention fur August "ith to
nominate Presidential election.
Nlw obk. June lit.
Tlte Georgia delegate to the Democratic
Convention who hac come Norh, etate that
in the cate of hunting up evidence i-onoem-ing
the ita.ination of Rhburn, heveralper
Mns Itoth white and bfatk have liwn arret
ted. All of them are held a witnem- and
confinel in narrow cells at Fort Pulaeki. 'Hie
military jutlmritiet hae otfered a reward of
2000 for the arro-t and cimvietion of each of
the other janies concerned. The prelimin
ary investigation implieateb uiKiir'ls- of 'j0
jrronrs in the murder.
WMiisR-ioN. June 24.
(.uiisrertional Cumiuittee of which
Mr Lincoln is chairman proceeded to the
Adjutant GeneralV Office and began an in
vestigation into the ciia gee of fraud in tlie
-ettlcment of colored wildier's !oi.ntiee. Suf
ficient evidence was obtained to warrant the
continuance of the examination and all tbe
rooms containing the reeordi in which the
proorot the alleseii fraud ip to le found have
!en locked and placed iu charge of men who
are instructed to permit no unauthorized per
son to enter them and the further transaction
of businei-B is interdicted until the instiga
tion is closed.
New YoBk. June 2!.
A Kowling (ireen, Ky.. special says that
Kathan II. Damson, a returned I'liion sol
dier, was niurdereil here on Saturday by the
Klu Klux Klan. lie wusliring iguietiy at his
home unconscious of danger. Tbe asMLMn'
went t bis house, ealliM him to tlie door, anil
fired a volley at him, killing him instantly,
and dangerously if not mortally wounding Ins
w ife who ran to his assistance. The assas
sins are the terror of this entire country. Tbe
life ,f no one who is susiiected of Unionism is
safe. Not a dav passes but some deeds of ,
horror are Trpctratedhem. bv t
WauiM.TOX, June 29. ,
The .Managers' rsport of the impeachment j
investigatiop has tw nearly completed bv I
(icn. Ilutler and win l presented tn the I
House on "Wedncsdav.
The testimony in the report gum a detail-
ed account of a com ersation which took place
at the White House between tlie President '
and his Cabinet officers before the final vote
on impeachment was taken, when tlie subject
of bribing certain Republican Senators was '
eonidered. Tiie President expressed himself
freely, and named tlioe he lielieied could Im?
induced to tote for his acquittal. It apiears ,
tliat there was a diversity of opinion inregard (
to the position of Senator "N ilson. but the
President said that he was firm in the lielicf j
it would lie useless to attempt to secure his
vote. The Managers endeavor to keep all j
the evidence obtained by tliem very clw, but '
the above is obtained from one of "the Mara- 1
gers, therefore it is considered authentic.
It is believed here this P. J. tliat the
JIanagere have obtained more e idencc of a-
....... v.,tm..v-. wic . . lurui-c oi ai- sieppes Ol iniwt wurr irom tliose 01 t rot.
leged bribery than they haic led the tountrv ' Weston, tbe " walkist "
to Iwlieve. " .Many people fond of novelty visited Charles-
The House, this afternoon, assl the Sen- town last k to see a rope walk there ; and
ate joint resolution, extending the time for ' tue proprietor ofa paper manufactory announc
the completion r the first section of the ra thM a lniu racc csn ftcn "rn h'5 PWaus-
Va-,1 n re- i.-ri 3 . tt
..u.Liicrii i acxiiu iiauruau iwo vears more
Uutnlll ' . , ',
Most of tbe corporators in the road arc New
Wauiim;tox. June 2D.
The trial of i-urratt on the indictment for
complicity in an attempt to abcluet Abrabam
Lincoln uraa to-day nctponed to the 2Irt of
t . .... f
ltorini: ttie proceeoingi. the rirrecutinn 1
rirtually ajeed to consider the rf t indict
ment of murder an abandoned.
Cleveland, June 29.
John Cole of Warrensville, Cuyahoga
county, on Saturday murdered bis two step
sons, named Quajlc, with a butcher knife
and assaulted three persons in the neighbor
hood. He defied arrest but was finally cap
tured by the police.
Xrw York. June 30.
On Sunday the "1st inst. a party of twen
tf sLtUk ? G " Burgws J.lilIs on I
to attend a meeting at Jeffenwntown, Ga., terfcit two dollar bill. All these counterfeits
and on their way the boat car.iied, and ; were very good imitations, and the quartern
nineteen of the party were drowned. The j particularly were dangerous and liable to de
others saved themselves by clinging to the ( ceive tbe most practiced eye. Tbe accused
boat until help arrived. Of thoc who were . waa taken to Boston, and will be examined
drowned, eleven were men, and tbe rest wo- to-morrow in the U. g. Commiseioner.s
men aid children. I Court.
Boston-, June 30.
The new Falmouth hotel just, erected in
Portland, Ale., 'mis formally opened jcetcr-
day by a brilliant levee, appropriate speech. I
iarij oi cuu laoics ana centien.cn
Cixcixxati, Ohio, June L"J,
About 30.000 barrels nf whisket- nra in tbe
bonded warehouses of Covington, Ky., and
45000 larreln in that district composed often
Counties. According to the new tax bill
this whiskey has to be removed within six
months, which will require one million of dol
lar;. LorieviLLE, Ky. June 29.
About 350 persons left here to-dav for
New York to attend the National Democratic
Convention, including tho Ky., Tenn., Sliss.,
1-a. and Ala. delegates.
v.i,,,.,...- t r i
sent to N. . Companies to pay July inter-
t to iN. 1. Companies to pa v July inter -
est causes much indignation. Suits will be I
immediately instituted to enjoin the Board of I
Finance from issuing any more new bonds, j
New York. June 1.
A North Carolina says that Hufus I.ud- I
weed, who killed his wife after being married
to her only eleven days, was hanged in Salis- i
bury on the 2Cth of June. He went to the
scaffold smoking a cigar, but when the offi
cers effered to put the noose around his neck
he resisted violently, and a desperate strug
gle cusucu. icn oi ine ueputies attempting
to overpower him. Tbe noose was finally
adjusted, and he was swung off with an nn
uttered curse for his parting words.
New Yokk, July 1
A Cloeland sjecial says that JIaj. Gen.
Nelson A. Miles was married there last
night to Mary Hoyt Sherman, daughter of
Gen. Sherman, Sheridan and other di-tin-uisbed
persons were present.
Sr. Louis, June SO.
Capt. Donaldson after an examination to
day was eommitled for trial on a charge of
murder in the first degree last week.
New York, June 1.
The four Catholic Archbishops of tbe U.
S. have united in a protest against the rais
ing of a battalion for the 1'oi.e, believing that
the Pajal authorities have been misled in the
matter bv an unworthy lierson, but urge
tbe contribution of money for the use of the
New York, July 1.
A Washington despatch says that Sec. Se-
ward lias nearly comi.lcted nezotiatiom for
tbe tiurchnsc ol fircenland and Iceland from
the llanish Government.
Cntcaco, July 1.
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iiuv vmrriiy me noiurious conijuence man
..i:t r . t .i l-
while atteui"ting toescaiic from the toliee
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la-t ntoit was shot ami luidlv wounded.
Coi-EMIAOEN, June 29.
The delay in comi,letin; the transfer of the
Islaisl of St. Tliomas to the United fctates is
represented to lie accidental. The King lias
intimated that Santa Cruz will al-obc disjes-
ed of to tbe United States as soon as tbe
elaimsf France, in connection with tlmt I-
land, arc settled.
v Yoks.' July 2.
The amount of tobacco reported and in-
stei tcd at St. Louis since tiie commencement
of the ime-tigation into Kevenue fmuds has
doubled. Four tobacco factories and several
hundred Ijarrels of whisky lmve also been
1'kw York, July -.
A larjr (irant meeting was held last night
at Cuoier Institute at whieh speeches were
made hy rxnator Wilson anil llejtresenta
tive Van Wyck.
A large Hancock meeting was held last
niht and was addressed by Theodore Tom
kinsjn. AVashlmjto.n, July 2
Nothing from the ilise. election lias yet
been heard at army Headquarters.
Cien. Uutler's rejswt to be read before the
lmieacliinent .Managers this morning, is not
all tainted and it may not lie presented till
The liiehmond Jitipatrh of the 1st is out
in favor of Senator Hendricks' nomination
for Democratic candidate for 1'resident.
JlEm-His.Tenn., July il.
Rejiorts of the crops in Arkansas are less
favorable in consequence of cold weather.
New York, July 2d
The Atlantic liase Hall Club of lirooklyn
Ine ' "wanapous yesteruay.
Xmv York. Julv 2.
Tlie funeml servicee over tlie retuaint f
Admintl Ilell takn place to-day at New bun .
Haluax, July 1.
The anniversary of the formation of tlie
' Confederation of tbe llriti.-h Provinceh had
; prmed a complete &Uure. The people of
I Nova Scotia have no lo.e fora union with the
The Provincial Guverament has refused to
i honor the da-, and all tbe hanks, office and
V - i 1 Zlu u
j "iajui. uit uTiciuitiRiu uii a irj;oi 11 f.ir w r-
noxious Confederation Act
New Vokk, July 2.
The lmrs of this morning cave Chief 1
Justice Char-e ad matters now t-tand will not
receive the vote of the New York delega 1
tion : and it may lie added that it U im- t
ptofwihle to find a Democrat who believes ,
that be vill even W mentioned in the Con- i
lns Jnne 30.
Kxteniv e arraT);mt-ntr have been ma'de for
the celebration of the coming anniversary of
American independence at iibttden. A call
ha been i-ueu directed to all Cm ted tateb
Ileprefrentativen in Kuror-e, and f-ueh Amei
cans as chooce to a tend, to meet at that ceJe
hrated waterinj place on the 4th proximo. The ,
programme includes toast, pj-eeehea, mut-ic i
During the delntc in the Corjs Iglatif,
the Fral.erb of the oprueition comilaint f
the nrofuc expenditure inconsenuenoeofthc
' .f. r. v. !:: .
V'", V J V 7 i ' '
IU IHll. mut nopuKir.tw,umw.j,
as tlie Italian fioternroent was willinjr aud
able to check anj attempt to dkturb the j
ya-erent ttxte of i-ace or to compromise her I
foreign relations. '
Imion, June 30. (
The debate on the Irish Sufienwry billwas
eontiniieu in me iioure oi uorus iai-i iugui. i
The public interest was undiminished, and
the noor and galleries were crowded. Tne
Prince of Wales and Prince Alfred were pres
ent. The Duke of Argyle supported the bill
strongly, urging its immediate passage. He
said the measure was to conciliate, not the
Fenians, Iwt tic people of Ireland. Tlie Irish
Church establishment was a relic of ancient
wrong, and its aliolition would heal tlie wounds
The Iiishop of Oxford said tbe measure
would not pacify the Irish people who wanted
nothing less tlian separation irom Kngland
Earl Kussell spoke in favor of the bill.
Lord Cairns opposed the bill.
At 3 o'clock in the morning a division took
place, with the following result For the
i.;n or- n.;nSfti 10
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London, June 30 midnight.
In the House of Lords to-night the Scotch
Reform bill was agreed to in committee.
The Irish Itcfonnbill was passed to itsseeon-J
The WaLKI.vo 3UMA. tlie iioston jiuue
m bits off the walking fcter as follows r
There has been such an cicitemcntontho sub
ject ot pedestrianism lately, tint publishers haTC
soli out an entire edition ef Walker's Pictkm-
Apropos of speed of foot, we understand that
another astonishing feat has just been achieved
by a young man in Philadelphia : he footed up
his bin at the Consequential Hotel in ten minute .
ConsMering he had been in Philadelphia a wick,
this exhibits a speed and endurance quite re
markable. He afterwards expressed a desire to
foot the proprietor.
Foot notes will not berecehed, as some hae
supposed, at the national Banks.
1 he 1'rolessor or Chinese at Harvard Univers-
itv is expected to inquire of the Oiinese Embas
sy, when it isits this city, i, what respect the
Tlie gentleman who walkel into the affections
ofa lady has ju.t concluded a match.
1'assimi CouMERrxiT Monet. ye a.n
Amburgh'a Menagerie was exhibiting in
' Marlboro, Maw., a day or two ago, the State
Police detected Charles L. KobineOD, ticket
eeiier ior one oi ine Biae-enows, rawing cuuu-
,reu t-....c .t I, b. r;;inr
as change. He was at once arretted, and
confessed that he bought one hundred dollars ;
of the counterfeit scrip from a man in Bel- I
lows Fall?, Vt., on the 19th inst., and bad ,
been passing it during tho caravan's; journey ,
to Mailboro'. On searching him fifty-four I
counterfeit miartcTB were found upon mm, a j
two dollar United States Treasury note and
a two dollar green back, both also counter- j
fcit. While the officers were searching him '
he tore a note in pieces, but they subsequent- I
pther Bucceeded in making a perfect bill of
T The Boston Post of yesterday published the
1 following, within two or tlircc inches of each
Bierctadt U located at Itomc, Jersey City and
New York at the same time. He beats the leop
ard in changing hta spots.
Bicrstadt is now in London, where he will re
main for a month or more, and will continue
abroad for some time, his house here being rctu
ed for two years.
Si'suier Fasuioxs Thc favorite material for
I summer travelling suits is pongee, and when I
this is worn with a straw bounct. a noneee !
parasol, buff boots and eloves of vellow un-
dressed kid, theeflectis very odd and striking '
Undressed linen suits arcals-i in great demand '
1 for summer wear, and when this material is I
1 not worn as a suit it is nearlvalwavs cmt.Iov- I
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uuu iiiiiuu ir. ,u ir-uc. UUl uuo lor
children, but for morning rol.es, and straw
fringe and straw trimmings are largely em
ployed, both upon white and thin black cos
tumes White dresses, instead of forming the simp
lest of toilettes, are now distinguished bv the
highest fashion, and the most elegant of
these expensive dresses arc made so cxclushe
ly by the amount of work but upon t hem, and
the exquisite fineness of the material rather
than the cost of lace and trimmings. Very
handsome white dresses arc made of alternate
tucking and puffing, fifteen narrow tucks
forming a stripe three inches wide and these
alternating with " whipped puffings through
out the entire skirt with its train. Another
style is trimmed with ruffles of the material
plainly hemmed and this unilormly made with
a Marie Antoinette lichu, the ends tyinjj up
the upper or only skirt in a huge pou" behind.
i lute short dresses arc a great deal worn ;
but always in linen pique or a material that
will wash. They are best when simply made
with skirt and s'hort sac, and only trimmed
with black soutache or white washing braid.
They are fresh and cool looking for warm
weather, but not desirable for ceremonious
visits or occasions. licsides the all-white
toilettes, there arc the trained Victorias and
dretes of Lice and muslin worn over silk slips
Which nn vrrv lu-iittirnl ..ml lm,inti,fr nrul
labiiionaulc lor evening wear. .Most ol them
arc cut a la pnnrrsir, skirt and low lioddicc
in one, but some are made to wear oer high
silk body, filling the neck instead of the usual
chemisette. A jrfiffingall round w ith an edge-
ot insertion, a Valenciennes lace and hows
of iiinkor b'ueribls.n, i-the u-udlfnish ; but ,
! "iey are made much moieelalxjrateIv,con-i
,ln? mdceii ofa mere mav-ol .unin. insertion
j A gn'at many lace shnwl? arcworn.a sl
manv scarf lnantilettcs and thin burnous of
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stniicdand plain materials in white, black
I ,' , . 'in r.i .u- 1
. and colors. All of them are nothing, bow-
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, ctte fichu, which aecomienies all the new
1 thin dresse", and is frequently worn indoiicn- I
dently in silk and lace. The fichu in-oiier, r
crossed in Irontand tiij liehiud is the t.ret- j
j titt, made in suits and trimined with ruffles,
j In silk thevaje with square tabs in front tis- ,
I s'S under n wide llt ami fiistened at the I
! tack with bow and wide soeliends, is exceed- i
"& freH'i1J "'!' "ure ,! i
I by a small tare cord. The white muslin
fichus with milieu are lery pretty ovor mus- ,
,reM, M, iire fichus of black lace. In
white, sprigged or dotted muslin thev may
( be made en suite, with dree-of the" same
material. Isrth trimmnl with ValeneiennM or
The prettiest croquet costume, in tbe opin
ion of all gentlemen, consist-of a white short
suit of linen or piifuc, light leather-colored
kid boots, and a ardtnnrc hat trimmed 1
with a garland of field tlowere. The "jardi
niere" Lat is nude of fancy straw, with a
drooping brim lnt inoti four sides. A trim-
niing of black lace and lield (lowers suit it
admirably. Another pretty croquet costume
is of unbleached linen skirt, jacket with r
t era, white pique rest, and round hat of
white pique. A little necktie of scarlet net
ted silt gnei! color and tone to a toilette,
clear, cool, but s .niewliat flat. X. V. latter
to lloston Pott.
ITie editur of the Loutsnik Journal jajft,
if he nor-K-M-ed the mot valuable things in the
woild, and va about to will them away the
following would pe his plan for distribution .
I would give the world truth am friendship
wnich are now very fece.
would air-ogive an .idditioual rtion of
truth to lawyers and uiervlnnn.
I would give to phyicianr i-kill and learn
ing. I would give to printers their pay.
To gowiping women good sense, inode-tv .
large wait-to and natural teeth.
To yonngpporb and dandier -oinni"n mtw.
little caf-h and bard labor.
To old maids good tcinuerb, little talk,
bmooth faee and excellent huslnnde
To old Imchelon lore of virtue, wiveb nd
A Pe i liar lv-cmiPTioN. An exentric old
gentleman in lroctoreville,a miller by trade,
w erecting his own monument and hai placed
thereon the inscription under which hevvinbes
to take his final ret. Tlie monument i in
two wction-. lliehaM im mill Htone.aowell
as the cap of thefirbt sect ion, which if u1m the
lme of the second hection, the lase and cap
being t-ymbolical, we ttuppote, of the upper
and nether mill etooes, of which we read.
As a whole it is a very fine monument, the two
t-ectionc being ot a stone rei-embling red rand
ptone. On it ii- the following inwrijtirtn.
wUch is copied rerhatim tt literal nn
Thou 1 am dead yet aketh for here it
reft upon thi mill ctone top I M-t tlii noble
block to let the world no what I hav done it is
ever been my heart uVire to do unto vou a I
would that ye i-hould do unto me lie m peace
and t-ia my ledeemers love c)me my sweet
companion meet me here'" Ruthmd IhraM.
j.isooi Hopkins A corref-pondent of the
l.utmna lniteprnarnt raw- "It Imp lately
enme tn Iiht thnt ihe hul of the F.nieranal
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JlUJ&lIj aeTCT lettlMl 111' Tilt Ol
confirmation. lv what hook or ernok he
Baceeeiled to the "ministry without first Wing
confirmeil, is not known to the writer of
thi article, lint enough lias hem admitted
by th who know, hy those who l.eliee in
" apostolic mccewion " to substantiate the
3lr. Ile)dc"sev Picture.
Those wlm have not seen it will do well to
mnkc an early call at the American
Hotel to look at an unusually fine pic
ture on exhibition there. It is from the
easel of our townman,Mr. Heyde. Tbe base
of tlie artist's composition is a scene in ( 'entre
Rutland, the position lieing admirably adapt
ed for the combined ciiects which he has pro
duced. The foreground is a sweet and quiet
nook of pasture ground near a little stream,
on the lank of which some cattle are seen
, taking tlieir comfort in the mild sunshine,
j The brilliant verdure of tlie turf and of the
adjacent oojs-es of "mall trees is brought into I
' liarmony with the cloud covered hills of the 1
background by a broken line of dark ever- !
greens, wliicb skirt the base of the mountain
1 on tbe right. The coloringof the foreground !
and of its accessories is clear and decided. To
persons who have never seen the perfection of
color which our Vermont scenerv often ex- '
hibits, when the season asat this time is in
the height of its excellence, this, coloring may
seem to be too bright, though they cannot
I deny to it its great beanty, and the skill with
1 which the artist has gien it life on hi- can- ,
i But the eye of the sjiectator is instantly ar
j rested by the solemn gloom which a dense
i grev cloud has brought over the high hills in
' the rear. The greyish purple which obscures,
and in some places almost hides completely '
from sight, the fresh wood growth of their
sides, afieets one liko the shadow which deep
i and unlooked-for misfortune brings upon the ,
i ouiet happiness of domestic life. Vet this 1
effect is softened by the bit of tlear tky j
which appears beyond the cloud on the ex- i
tremc left of the picture, and by the toll azure I
of the distant ridge below it, indicating that I
I tbe cloud is a pasting one; and one almost I
I looks to see tbe entire cloud, a fragment of
I which seems to be moving across the hill top,
pass away in a few minutes, and to behold
j the entire mountain side bathed again in the
warm sunlight to which it owes its natural
frethncss and beauty.
The management of color and pcrspecthc
in the picture is such as to produce, happily,
a breadth of expression beyond that which the
locality represented would naturally produce
on the casual observer.
Tho picture is one of tlie largest of Mr.
Heyde's productions, having a surface of 34
by 48 inches, and it certainly is one of bis
It will be a permanent ornament j
to tho wall of the possessor's parlor, no J
matter how many or how good may be tho j
other works of art which adorn it. j
THE BURLINGTON. VT
The New York and Boston police authori-1
tics have taken decided steps to prevent the
firing off of rockets, crackers or other small.
hre-works on the Fourth of July comic
himself and President Johnson.
IICRLINGTOX MARK KT.
RETAIL TRICES CTRRr-IT.
Corrected weekly for tho Frie Press.
t ft 16J0
05 se l.iO
1.40 a IM
, " S ii
Rj o flour, blL, -Indian
meal, to. -uucknheat,
25tts, - - -Oati,
l.ush, - - -Corn,
t cwt - - - -Bran
'" - - - -
51 EAT i TOCLTRV.
Beef, V cut., - - -steak,
round, t It',
" " sirloin, " - - -"
roast, choice, " - -"
corned, " - - -
Mutton, liintlquartcr, F cs -
' forequarter, -"
ehojis, " -
Tork, steak and roa-t, ' - -"
hams - -
shoulders. " -'
salt, " - - .
" pausae, -
Veal, hindquarter, " -
" forequarter, -Tongue,
" - -
Chicken., - - - .
- - 2oO
- - lie
- - 130
-23 0 230
- - 120
i Co.1. salt. fit. - -
S'tiu 'p -
I "" ' i7t-0
I , , iouE"'r.S ie.
" rye, " -
I ,Su5?r' J"' u
j may.is "
JIoUssw, fsallon, - - -
2.2.-, 2 3.)
1 j Oi S2c
- 13 m IX
- 12! Oi ICc
- (Vic I 1.2.',
tjo i "
- !.!) I".
it a ir
ai m aie
- 2.73 m 3.' flc
12 B 14e
- 1 .!. 1. 2",
.-,.( f,.l. I
- .1.1") ft 3.25
ea, Oolons, V Ih,
Km, t .
perm oil "
salt, Turk's I-Uod, r UiA. - .
Trilow p , - - -. -
i Poutues t bosh., -
liar t t
Seed l hosh..
esd I' Ifc, -
, llay r ton
straw t ton
Hard Wood f cord
Coal f ton
Kf Toles.le prlcw will average alout ten f
-nt lei the above figures.
A Mil It IDC i: CATTI.K M.utKlX
I'lCTHE fcrK Eni.lXII TCKSDAY. JI'M 3d.
Avurrr or liv. stock at makkrt.
Cattle. Sl.erp S. Umk
Thw wek Ant '.7I
lAit week W 1 147
Frum Vennnt 7 1
PrioetM-f Market iUef Ilitra. f I'Wt ff I4i- flrt
anality ft I I JT, , retxmd quality, UlikXtt l 5-
iirdqua.lit, (II o H il 50.
l'rioeu of .Store Cattle W rkinc Oien, nmir.
hlcli Cow Dtl Calrey, from 1 1., V, $75
Vearlins f-1. tw.i ji-ar- oWh, $30jjf4.':
three ears i lib, $4'. flffstj.
Prices of blieep ami LamlMt In oU, , J t. J.J vtf
? i 7-earb, etra. il no v-.r iY..ui ; 1- to 6c
Spring UmTw. 1 1 1 eal Calve. J to 10.
Ihdeii 9 tv nc r ft. TaUow, ; & 8o r ft- Peltn,
fl 7"trfi;wt each. Calf ski lp jnc s Uunb
Min-, .V) tet 7 V each.
Cvttul Tb Urer portion of tbe Northern cat
tle were email unci thin, mostly gnuMed, and have
not been in pn-tnn- lorn: enough to get in cooA fle4i.
Tbe trapplr Wine ltht, ther were rtadHy. but
not at prices crp.ntiin!; with lt week. Western
cattle predominate, and aceordmir to their ti amber
ier week our mmrkeU are elfenwl therebv. UK
Western "teer were driven fn.m Rrif-htn t
werecled out erl fn-m $Vt tS 1 V ! cwt We
noticed but fw ih at til fc cut , lull twenty -fire
per cent cut ft!.
Mieie.upcly ruoHly -prin; lamb, but fr old
fluH p and loo but few jeariinjr'. There will be ar
nral on Thursday of Spnnn: Iambi ror 4tb of Jul,
trade. The market remain unchanged from last
week. ttauy difficulty in dpo-ine of lots tint
PoriTar, Kxtra P to'VB , prime i pte .-oot
16 t 17 milium if. 6t n poor to medium iv
Arnra:- larpr than lfv-t week. Ilisheft price oo
ticeil Jir its. Ouality Eenerallv in narent
tter fowl without jtayinhifrher pnee
Ik!To, Juuc JA,
FLOUR. Tliere hao leen mre doinp in Flour for
me days part, but holders liave lvcn unable to
effect sales except nt low price, and no improve
ments i likely to take place while crop prospects
are so favorable. The sale hare been at K 8
for Western superfine & 9 Ibr conimon extras ,
I'M" m io "at lor medium extras and stood bakers'
brand . ami m at I " fr good and choice. M.
Louts from M6i Ifi "ail hhl. including a few IV
ontc brand from "in f M bid. Boeton
City Mill (-lour ha lieen selling at lo (5 , and
Lawrence Mills at Jto rt, n 'o and f . . and nth
ern from l I I If btl for faviarite famil brand
Richmond awl Baltimore. Canada Flour is quiet
and price are nominally (6 5 m 7 on bbl, cold,
for common, and white wheat at U 12 7" p- bbl.
Corn Meal is in nt eady demand at (3 7 lr5 -Cj t
bbl In Rye Flour nothing ha hfen done and
price are nominal.
i RAIN. Tbe market for Corn ha been dull aud
priec have eased olf The sale at the close were
I 1 7 & I i fr Southern and Western yellow . ( 1
U'l 11 for Western mixed, and not over I Mean
now be obtained . and white is scarce and price
are notnimtll $ i II & I 11$ lmh. Oat have K-en
in Wr demand at H- 91c )er bush for South
and Western, but market quivt at the cbe. Rye
1 scarce and the sale have been Coutiued to small
lot" at f I . & -ill bush. Short are firmer and
price- art? higher . sale at $.r. 00 tvn, but at
the eh n an adtitncc on the Utter price i asked.
Fine Feed i" acarra? awl prietn are noinin Uv J tt
$J0tMn and Middimp- in idling at $ tl fa .hi
PRiVIMON,. Pork is steady, hut demand con
fined to small lot a wanted bv the trade. The
sales liave been at 11 i lot prime . f
the same. With teaily sale. We ,uotc Western
mess at $3. ft Si extra mi- at f
, ji; m, -t . ami ram-
ilv extra at SJT. e .'7 f hbl. Unl has Im in mod
erate deaurnl and price, are a bAle lower, witti
sal." at I-..C e tr, Smi.ked Hams arc selling at .
6 I f J for HesU-rn and Ronton.
PRODU E. The market f.T hutler I. dull and the
tendency of prioes is to loser rates. The sale, have
Iwon at ,12 fl1 Me for good and choice New York and
ennont dairies and i., to sic for common. Western
Butter has Iven arm inc more freelr and isor very
?od iutlity Sale- at prices ranging from 0 Jle
f tr,. t hee' has been in f ir demand with a!es at
s r IV for former.' dairies and U ftt 1 V for factory.
W), tv beans are scarce and firm, with sales at 1 6 ."SI
iffi ' P oashel for Due pod. marrow an" extra pea.
( anala Peas liave hen sellin;; atfl &l 11lt hnsh
el. Potatoes are dall and i.riee. are easier, with
sak.ct7oa)'V tushel, as to uality. Kggs
baro len in .l.-mand. with sales at 21 & 2V e o.z.
Ni.a Vohk, July i
I S viin, -f,i. eisipons, IMi. do, im, UW.
do i3, n! V s hmus Iiiri ; V S :jn m: . Sterl
ing Ilxrhange UOi . liold closed at Itoi.
.MA Kill KD.
BiLiRAi. IintDinc. In WlsooeVI, at there!
denee of Dr. L. T. Burdlfk, Thur-day mnrninr. Jalj
2d, hy Rer. L. If. Elliot, Altrfd C. IiALunn and
LirrriR E Hcroick, all of VTlnoo-lvl.
KorsTos IlRiNSiiun At tho l'reshjterbn
Church, in Mlddlctown, X. Y., June Ktli, hy Rer
Ir. Sward, Tiieodork IIorTt., of Oneida, awl
L-.TT A., eldest daughter cf S. S. Ijrinmaid.
Xper, Bnook. Ia St. Albunfl, on Ihumlay,
June i'th, at the rcHdence of the bride father, by
Re. a.T. lVtalup, Mr Wrrev II. Spear and Mi
Fraskie Urook.1, daughter r.f J. II. Brookt,
r.a.iFRD L-iXit In the Ki-iral Church in
Brattleboro June 24Ut, 1", Lah reute Braiverp,
Jr.. and IlKLtv M. L.xdc, botlictTSt. Albans.
TiEti Voomcrd. In romy, N. V., Jaw 24,
by tbe Rev. R. S. Eslestan, Aiof Field, Jr., of
Jericho, Vt., and Ell.. Loti.E,d.iu;!iter of Amon
Wowlford, Ej., of i'ntnpey.
Antiium tMiTU. In thwclt on Monday eren
injr, June2?Ui, lfi63,by Rev. I). W. Dayton. Mr. A.
B, Axthony of Burlintton, awl Mlti Cri Syrrn ,
of Bloom ingtfale V.
M-mxfr. In this City, on the 1-t in-tant, IIar
rict L., wife of ('has. A Sumner, a;od 43 yoara.
A.VTIuriTV OF' IIKAXDKETH'S
1I I.T.S. Ao is not claimed as a merit, only as a
pisn of intrinsic worth. The really useful article
lit es on with a ''trons vitality . the poor one lan
jruishea for a time and then goes out easily. Baas
tmETir Pills are even presoribed hy great physic
ians when the bowels call loudl' fur help, because
they never fail to open and zhe relief. Hundred.
of thousands would consider it a calamity if these
safe family Pills could not bo obtained. It has been
officially settled that more of Braxdreth'.s Fills
are sold than all other pills put together. Slerit
BRADRcrii's Pills pos-ess qualities which re
store every organ and fiber of the body to health i
are purely i egetable and tafe for e try period of
Principal office, Brandreth lloiuc, New York.
SOLD Br ALL DRl'GGISTS.
CRISTADOIIO'S DYE, which in a twink
ling prodaces the most Excu ixnsc Shades or Col
or, from Brown to Black, is conseqacntly a univer
sal favorite, the more especially as It imp roves the
quality of the Hair, and requires renewing less fre
qntntly than any other.
crista ixmrrs HAIR preservative.
Would you have luxuriant glos.y tresses cluster
ing around your brows, like vine tendrils round a
parian shaft! Purchase that celebrated and matoh-
Tirenarmtlon tnmrn Ihnm.hMitll,. f..Mnn.Sl
wt,rld as CRff TJDORO'S hair preservative and
beautlfier. Sold by Druggists, and applied by alt
Hair Dressers. Manufactory No. 6p Maiden Lane.'
Principal Depot No. 6 Aetor House.
dwlm - -
Uea Jieaao nas gone back to Georgia tfianddp , ' lTKSfffift
Hedesircs torcHcvedo! his command be- 1
cause of the unnlrafcnt .1C.,-. i... : mauaj.'xalbltedlB ollwt thereto, do hmbr rtotksd with cow. .mi win -..'rS- Tho l,.,t....f u.. ...
L '- ..I.1IIIUO irinnrn nnr.sA rhttii. m..... .L-n.i... - '. I . . . 1,J . un.uw umui i - - .. ; . i.id iuuivi lujrer s t un will
xx, jrxvjioo, xjxwax
TIIOS. D. CORDON'S ESTATE.
TUE SUBSCRIBERS, havur oTw.iMt
I , ,Soral1.,,?rohle Co" ."& District
ir'..i7!?iSSS07edI,."1IaCourt totbo crodftors
of said deceusd, to exhibit and prow their nspeet
ivo laim before u, and that wowUl attend to Uw
dutJos ofonr appointment at the Stone Store of Oo-
fl-il1ii5da.yof'!nl?',ond ZUrf Norember A. 1)..
' - m ",tfelckin the forenoon till t o'clock la
I IJitod at South Ucro.thla 6th day ofjnae A. p.,
' Win. CrUMBERLADf. I ,
j jlw3w '
STEPUEJT WHITXET'S ESHTC
1 re'h;SF,BSCR;BERS,haTin-bMn appoints
tlirtJ Krbl?!,0T'1' tbeProUte Com' the
examine anfadirac .ndd
perjon.asaln;t the estate of SrEraax 1, airAij Jl
t and also all claima and demand exhibit! in ofl't
: v i V iiiuaiao cav l; 'he U3W
I' hereof, Wins alloyed by raid Court for uVt TnT
' wmkrtd 'C0? notle., thai'".
, Unztoa in said District, en the n'mt 5.ouj4'. July"
and January text, at 10 o'cockAJI.,,, .-.Jill
daya. ' ' '
Dated this twentieth day of June, A.
N. PARKER, (
02-Ow S. Ill'STlNCTOX. '"" wt".
MOTH PAJiCHES.FRECKI S3j
The only Relublk RxucDrfor tL.
colorations on the face Is " Perry's Mot 9
Lotion." Prepared only by Dr. B. C. Perry, n Boo i
2Tw I Street, New York. 8old erery where.
3faro 26 dlwm.
itch: itch i : 'iTun:::
SCRATCH! SCRATCH 1 1 bCRATCni'
ln from 10 to 43 hours.
WHHATOs'a OlKTUIT enriMTna lrsi,
WuiAroa'sOi.iTMEvT cures Halt Rbbcv,
htatov's Oistmcvt cures Tetter,
WbeatoVs llimm cures Barber's Itch.
YVnRATOVg Oitmett cures OldSors.,
Wheats VsOirtrebt curse every kind of IlradB
Trice, M cents a box ; by main, SO cnls. Addrsn
1:EKS 4 POTTER, No. KO Wiwhinjton Stnel
Boston, Aus. 25, 15S7.
1 S02 I 8 17 1 KGH.-In tho -rantlfiitiei
of Dr. Tobias introduced tlie VKNETIAN LIM
MENTinriigland. Hwaia nucccas Jilthoosh th
pricevasatiuineaallottle. Ill late Mtjety ttij
liam IV. n!ed It for Chronic Rheuoiatijrn. and wa-i
cntlrtly cured, after Bufforlnsf'jr two ea. bl at-
tendin,- phicians WinE unable w cm,, car.,
anu ne wroio a letter or thanks, which is no.
jiossslonofniyu cle ln Liverpool. Iharo offered j
strriiuic or inai leuer, out It ws reru.e . la
I'M; I put It out In the United Sta'- ,ajt, i.j, n
1, tbe sale is Immense. Then-' ' f
are nerer without it. It Is sale and in . it :.p-
, f crlk" internally. Kr-M .. , ,
j bare warranted it to cure the followiu - comph..iili
I Cholera, D.arrhea, Dysenterj, Crou,,, Cole
Cramps, Vomitin" and Sea Mcknev, taken lLtrn.
ally, and Chronic Rheumatism, Burns, Cuts, Crui
ses, Old Sore, Twthlche, Frosted Feet, Saflllnn,
Inwt Mines, and .alns in Che't, Back, or Limb,,
externally. It nerer falls. If uwdas directed, for
Cholera or Dysentery it Is certain, if n.sd when ztret
attacked. No one oncotrjlns it, will ever be with
out it. Sold by l)ruiri-t. Price FUty Cents sal
One Dollar. Dejwt, 10 Park Place, N. Y.
A WAK.M.NRTOCOr.VTERrKITKRS, I
AM) A IMl'TIO.V TO ITRCHANKRs. I
N'oeipenie will be f pared, no legal meani of pun-
isbioK fraud will be neglected, iu tho (flortto pr- '
rent tho oounterfeiUoK of IlObTETTER'S 8T0M- j
AC1I MTTERS. But pcoundreliem, when it cub
nlng and activity are t-timul&ted by iholicpecf j
Is Tery ingenious aad indujtrioai. TLl q. r ho
despicable burines itisto MmulitCTalL '-m-
nmbrr mlirlnM. nrui -h.. uW!tt lh,..fr'
dancerousor worthless prfpitr alloc, are prom
blally difficult to catch. Mot or them hare mnny
aliases, and they flit from state to State witu ur-
prising ability, in the hope of eva-lins the clutcbr
of the law,
The proprietors of IIOSTHTTERV
I STOMACH BITTERS are determined, if posr.hh,
tofir tktm dotm. Tra Telling ajett arectuplo)-
' edforthb purpose, and whenever an offender i de
tected bo l prosecuted with tie tmot nuoraf th
No amount of vilance, howeavr, can prveo 'h
occasional introduttioa of imitation ana euaater
MU. The public are therefore CAlT.u.M II i 1 1
purchase any article ptirportlDj to be IitSTr7T
TER'S STOMACH BITTERS which I not i-nt-ented
by the handome Kovernment tsmp.( c:sll.
ensraved for the proprietors, arid also by tieir 't
pf rb new label with a Wautiful TLatte, reprei -
! n- the eooflkt l-etween St. (ieorce and tWl Drag',
at tbe top, and a miniature note ol hn -1
Ho;tetter X Smith, at the foot.
! N. B. Tbe genuine BITTERS are kiW in ""f
TLES ONLY. All persons who pretend U tell uu
article by the gallon or barrel, are impostors, awt
the tuff they offer hi a wortiile and prebrtbly poi-
, sonous counterfeit.
OL'T OF ()RTs. '-TakeUR.
ARIlSON'S SHERRY WINE llllTEIU
medicmal in the market. K-'taMished m io
March lsth. wfim.
TIIKCRKAT XKW K.NCI.tM KKM-F.IM',-lr.
J. W. POLAND'S WhiU line Com
pound Cure Sre Thniat, Cold. Con-h. Iith
em, Bronchiti. Spitting of Blood, and 1 aiuwnry
flection generally. It Is a remarkable reed fr
Kid tie (umplaint.
Tht medicine is frtt from afthi$ drttUrtw,
FIeaant to the tate, safe, yet ure and eoW-tive
n it ac'lnn.
May urth. !. y,r
Ianir the stmoach to dlgi-st tne Martie-'tnMMt, mlv
U-cp refreehing, arxl tahlisbe mhu-t health
Scktrtand Chtwtrnfor y.ft9 1 ear Cured Pnee '
, Ffftjr Cents, pot free. A treatise on the injurious.
Remedy fr all kind of Humor, scrufulv Vuny, sfTects of Tobaem, with lift of reference., tcstimo
Salt Rheum. EryniieU, Nettle Ka.-h, Uoil. Car- , nial... Ac, PfT fbek. Agent wante.1. Addr
hunclea. L leers, and all Obctinate ACV'ct on of the i T n, ABliiTT. Jerev City, New Jer-v .
1 Z"t Ji nw ms-ww. in-t every iiihh u
. ' viLllvC.1 1-V .v.. ' ,x LI ...
in tiie I Wan lament of tlie Uitftno Orjrao. Tit.
iiiihhip i oni jiiaidu, .euraiut, rrou Anf).i"iu,
Ileatlacbe, Languor, Lwi of Appetite, IVjtrevjou of
.May 30th, wly
m.,,.. kTitrvf'TiiL'vivi cnu
nlfi l',cK T.KK;N;r!JK' 1N5i
III A I.. A Specific Remedy for lheaMe,of (' Kepro-
durtnrOnfuiu. It Inparti one awt rli o th
I teru, aud tclvf- renewed Titality to th .ImI(
A l-uiiar to tern, wui
find a .ivcrein remedy in this compound. .
The following affection i are amonir thuee for whieh
ins iiwunariy anaitei rainrui Jj-tra-u i';
Ftruatkn,UuoorrheorWhi,tH. ll- v.Jttfnw
May ltli, wly
nniiivs kkvi.vkam) i.wn
TOItr-Tliis Medicine it a NERVK TOA." - It
jtojw the wiute of vitality, brace th-Nttm, and
i quietly regulates the flyntem. KlrpItspUaA, Irrita
bility, Los of Euersy, Jm of Apptttte, Pyppsia,
Constipation, local wcakneMn, and a general failing
of tlio mental and bodily functioiw, aru tho ouiuiuod
indications of nerroua diet'-w. Dodd's ertine and
Inviporator is a complete ppecifie fur all the
troubleF. It hi al the 1-ert, u it in al-o the mot-l
REMEDY I'OR FEMALE COVrL.4t.tTS.
ever offered to the public. Proftration of Strength.
I lypteria retained, excewlve, irre-ular or painful
menes yield to iu tnaic power.
TO 31 OTHERS
Mothers we abw commend the rrine for uw in
the dieaes which afflict children whilu Tethin, u
certain to aflonl quick and sraUful relief. The itape
fyinbyrupe, of which Opium In the principal in.
retlent,aredanrcroustolife. Impair tho functions
of the stomach and trowels, and actually impede the
healthy crowth of your onVprln?. To cure YtlaA,
Colic regulate the howelti, soften tlie pum. and re
lieve pain, the NERVINE will always be found uf
DOJS't VSK AST THING KtK-
f5T Dodd's Nervine contains no 011 0 orMher
poisonous ingredient. For sale by all drn.
n. B. STORER 4 CO., Proprietors,
No. 78 Fulton BWNew lork.
Sept. ST. dlwly
DECI1IEDI.Y COOI. !
SB ARL XQVi OrESIXH A SrLKVDID LlVk Ot
.iiul IM OK SUITS,
IN WHITE AND COLORS,
Winch are among the coolft things of Uiee-on.
. a nan APtonrnKr or all
KIM'S AM) STYM' Ol'
Men's & Boys' Clothing.
Together with the CH0ICE.VT STYLlis in
1-Iat.s & Caps.
.v r..vj.wjj, LEtitioRy .iyn straits. ,
I Tho Latest and Nobby Styles of tho S-a-on, '
Wa Excel ii
CAS SnOW THE
IssARGEVT AND CHEAPEST
II A TS
1.1 THE STATE.
NEW AND NOVEL STYLES IK
Gent' FurniftllinC COOds,
IS WILL AS TUE
BKST JXD CHEAPEST
Liidlee & Gents Trunk Al TraTrllinr
WILL BErAT AXT OSt TO
CALL AND SEE!
AT THE OLD STAND, I k BANK BLOCK.
B. Tt'RK A BRO.
BurllngtOT. Jnne Ot. dAw.
mutJNIiVCr, JULY 3, 1868.
FARM FOR SALE.
of I 'FIIE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale his farm of
iln.t ! lion
CWh" Vrm i!e hl
x orinrrner iiaitieuiAr- ennn n r
on the premls-c
TAamn n in cp
"""w,, v., juuoytn, is&s wtr
OCR old customeH will take notice that wo hai o
nOW Cloths from Mlddlshnnr mm. .Ml.
j can exchange for Wool. '
, , v . . . DOW i- BOlTOX.
Iiinesbnrgh, Juno 3th whaos.
UETlItV OI' DR. CR.4I1TKK
T II K t V A T 41 Mt -v
r' SAil A
HAT(. made repeated viits to the Principal
i w towns of Vermont, sineo 161, Dr Crattre ill
reeomine well known for his arMAR cable ccrcs
or caroMic Diseases.
He has cured the following Dieaws-wme of
, TireaWK jrcars Duration ! sotoi CLA, Tl MORS
of neck. Ovaries, Breafts. Womb, Jo, Silt Rheum
! Urer Complaint, Luns, Throat and Kidney Diwa
jesj Consumption, (beo Circular.) Fcjiale Com-
runiimnriy lorm (except cancer.) ltheuma
ticand euraljic Complaints, dc ic Mee "Oca
fcXTKA es.m Tor proofs of the ahoie, Sc.
"Dr. Crabtre's repeated islta to tame place.,
proves his success." J. V tlLEiSov
For his convenience. Dr. f'mMn. ... ki.
own Carriage, (drawn by four magnificent Black
accrESS eecrts SrccEss.-Dr. Craltro ha, re-
tnrned. as he i.romlfe.1 Ia..t fAII nn.l 1,, ... .nu.i
of patients has rtaited lmn. Hi has the Bne"t rWIne
carriajo and tbe irayeot horses we ever had the
pleasure of rialns after. Barton faprr, May
Da. Crabtre wiil Visit
Wilcrbury July fl Huntterton Centre 9th.
Bcruictov, Tuesday and Wednesday, 1 1 and IS.
IHneHbur-h 16, North Ferrisl-ursh 17
All Consultations l. Medicine and adtlee reason
able. Next Vimt i aboct2 Mmim.
BOOK AOENTS WANTED FOR ROWLAND'S
;o k a t ,
AS A SOLDIER AND A STATESMAN
An accurate hUtoty of bis Military ati CiTll
Carer. Id ce larK octavo tL, q arly G59 piffe1,
Rnty iUtutrate-t. Afrents will Qnd this tMtok to Mil
attbeDrewntt.me. Tlin inmrtt -nrm...AU
We einploT no titnrrai J 'jet , anl ofer eztrtt lixlace-
I inentj to caovaswrp. Apentj will hop the a-lrantae
uim;riii "lui wo fumunrr. rut ItlXCrip-
tiTeclrcDlarn and terms tMre3 J. It. llt'HRA 4'0
IVbli-l.rs, Hartford. Ct.
AGrE!NTS He kins nMro ia tanvMRm'
OLIIKK'S IMMVim'AIsS .MKMOK-
! Uian with any other work, and ai
! fSg&i fei'Sv, Draw,
aro wanteil m erery
r circular- A lorerv!
RllV. Irawer ir:uL rilitml.,M
AGENTS WA.NTKI- FOll TIIK
, Official HUtory of the AVar.
i rs vAVsns ciiauactkr. co.mmxt
I &, KI-s.M I.TS
Br IIOX. ALEXANDER II bTEPIIENa.
lti ready al eombine.1 ith an fnoreiiMNl coinnii-r-
I' Ir, make It tlie beet iubcriptioa bok ever pui
ll"l.vd. One aent In Eton, Pa., report 1 ftulnt-er1- in
three day. Another in Boston, SX tul'-crilr- m
Stnd fr nmilflr tnl mirUrmj t..t! .1..
kCr.ptionof the work. Addrwt NATIONAL P, B
LUlIl.Mi CO., Philadelphia. P.
ACJKNT.S VA.VTKI TO is KM
Or, "Jljr Meditation ot Thee Mmll be
ALLpronoun-e thic to 1m, not nl the ,.tn.j
fi in desijim, but aldo the tmt t 1 1 iuird, aiA -ti n
ed to bo the mt popular and ratil tttlmg nttrl i
grartng erer pul'liihwl in the Initod Mtt. Now
f tho time fir old afht. and all wi-tim a ipx-l
jtiyitiZ bumn , to v mmence und i 11 tin- manm
- nt new work. for partu-iilar and Htt -ur
F. S FI LLER i O .Pub , hprinfli-ld Mmm. ,
4KKNTS WA.NTKD KV KK VV II Kit K.
The Ilet Itenper Knife Criuder J
i A fADK of KIN'K KM Kill' and VII.CtN
!. "-!! firm M -ld ai.d
V A 1 IKI (uu tivf timi - a.- li.-t .i- th
(rindftone, ind jdres a I'KKI'I.C'T HlHlK,
"jti'hi bufJl pound-, ii clamped t)tho iiiach ut. a
pUnk nr table, rum rapid k by ear, and turn- tsx-
ij . ip w? oe-i ami cneatafH tyt u (n-i..n- y u iiu
Fit Circular1- and Jil
M- 'il-srUIh ta. AfLL, whirrs
1 LIVE MAN can make I OO p.
ramtli by -11.
V Luv n't loiLr Kevolvim. vali. JIh-..-
Lvfrybudy wiau one
iJdreM at one to seen, e
KW EMiLANI MAP AtiEN V
WeitUrii, K. 1
IA.NDM.N FLORIDA FOR SALE in tot-of
from 10 to HI Acres. These land wrre -elected tnm
oer7.iyw Acres, and are et-ueciallv adaoti-dto .
the cultivation t tne Oraoe, Lemon. Lime, Ban-
in, Fig. tiuava. Plantain, Mujeadine, and crtry
' impical fruit known, together with Corn, To!ccu,
mi jar, and all ogiubleo grown irth One acre
id Banana will yield a crop equal to 1,(3 acre in
, "At tat, or H in Potatoes, and Oranges will u-h!
; f.Tm $l,Ut to 1 1,0c O per acre. Tlie country aund
i in (isme, nd the nrers and hay in Virh in nllen
variety. Climate the mot ef)aal in the world.
' i rios i 4 to $i per acre. Alo, heavy Yellow Pine
rtmbor Land, Qowrmsed in tbt &nth. A. B.
STtN'EL.VKE, M. l., f Tate Register ol I . . Laiid-
la Florida.) ! I Br.edwa , New York.
'PHObE troubleMiue and danseroos pecta.
L Worms, or any other Worms, aro amleiy
thoroughly expelled from the system by the iim
'f Ir. tiOl'Lh'S Pin-VSorm yrap. without in are
o the health of the nftt delfeate child tr oult
'urt.l vegetable. Warranted to cure. t-E-. .
tiMlDWIN i ( O , rVt.b-n, .Ma---., and all dnit-
Price 7'. ct.
SIIAWSfTirmleal. Electro, Siher-Platins Flo '
Id makes worn out ptatrd-wtire as good as new.
Aamples ient by mail on receipt ofi cents to pay
far pckinj and poetage. Addrea J. SltAW. Chem
tit, 3-) Him fttreet, Bridgeport. Cunn. Agent- wan
fttBKVTFD ( remote ALL liEMRf for Tuhmrro. 1
ThU great remetly is an excellent apptixer. It pu
nfie the blotxl. invigorate the system, pw--t-es
great nourishing and strengthening pwvr, en-
Dlt. It 4 (3IjKVS KOOf A.-l I1KUH 1
ItlTTKK are a ure remedy lr Liver Com-
pUlnt in mil it ftirtn. Hunior of the Blood and Skin.
tic, Headache, and Iiiliouf 0iea?9, Ueneral IeM
lltv. le. Thev elenne the nntera. rezulate the 1
I bnWeK rectore th appetite, purify tho blood,
rentnhenUielv,aDa thoroughly preiare tt to
ntt d,a) of all UivK .. C. r.OOnWIN i
w M Nld hy all Urarzbtt.
i 1FjrCT A,, IdLENT PIRliATIVES.
I tk ,i k- rh- .Mk,.n
th digestion. Tab4xts EriEmrst-Eit klt7r
Akerieit ifi ud hy rational mnple an a means
inttin. WaUf tt remo.es ohptreethwi w,thout
rtf viffor to the orzan which it puri-
j (in and retnilttl
LD BT il.L I mi M.T4.
S V S T K TI
M S T
lly me,ni of Speelal t'entraets with rnMisher
throughout the country, we are enahled
to offer to
Sueh terms eannot fail to attract attention. We
ha e already secured eontraets with
MX LISTS OF inn .VEtfSI'.ll'KHS.
In tbe six Xew EaglanJ .state-.
In thePtsteef Sew York.
In Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois.
In New Jersey, TennM Iel., and aid.
(Dailies) selected from twenty-ooe ttates.
Kifty Itelieious, VsricultnrnKV: T.iterar).
And tweUe other similar Lits in rariou. we
tionsof the United States.
We r iLo jprtparcJ t& rewire irertUmcnt'
NEW LIST OF FIFTY XEWbPArEKh
F .J C I F I C C O .J S T ,
AM. THE Tl RBITOnirj Ol
Also a new list of newspapers, by whieh we can
Insert an advertisement occupying
an inch of space, ia
TWO HUNDRED 1 FIFTY NEWSPAPERS
roa roRrr cevts ecii rra h.tii. j
Qf-SBNn MAJIl' FOR ClIltTI.AIt.! I
G. F. ROIYJSLIj Jt' CO.,
40 Pai-lc Rqav-, N. Y.
fVK HOMKO.VTIIE IIII.L-SIIl.-Th.
j urgesi uygienic WateM.'ure in the world.
Can aeeoramodate nWlvOrjl PutUnr. Nnnan. - - -
twmely beaotllUU climate ry bealthTHl Water
Terypureand soft and rtrr abandant. ViUare cl
Jackson, lta Pfayiiclan In Chief, ka. In 2D year? ,
- trejvttrd orer 20.00U persona for Chronic lnca5e and
aarad 95 per cent, of Mem. and ntrcr jart or of thru
of mediant, bend for a circular Inclosing red
rwUpe BUmp. Addreaa Aurtin, JackBon i Co.,
i DansTille. LlTlncston countr. V.
FVCIIOMACV,OR SOCIj C1I.1RM
IlSGIJowettiierMxiQaylaaclaate and gain !
j the affections of any one they cbooee, Instantly i al- 1
to twenre prutperity In love or bojineM Krery one
1 can aomire thla kinnl&p nnwer. Thlaenrer. ezeit 1
laiC book baa been pabllabed 'by oj ten yean. U.e
aUa of which haa been enarmonj. and ia tbe only ,
book crtha kind ln the EoKllah lanpiaee eent br
mall for 25 ct., or Are for one dollar, together with
a paid to the unmarrlad Address T. William A
ivq., aDOO ruuiAntrf. laUMauyain.
ajpilnn the Lite firm.
ah indehfMi in 11.. a :u ..i.
. no. once.1 ihe bk, i'wTSh.n
BtSVCTT Trot )
B. Tl'RK i BRO.
, Lous II. TrEki
OA the mornin- pf the S41, from a drove or cattle.
I JJILCH COttS one of them deep led, with
trees or Billows on Ler lu,ras, and dveoren
; oiai iiiaotlier a yellow, with rweeiwn-uil. Who
ever will return Mid eow9 or either of them, or srlre
Inrormat on atthU oBee, or to the tubtcriler, will
r be liberally rewarded.
, , ,. . PETER E. TEASE.
' Charlotte. Juno 32, W-Jiwtf
IIIT.L, or KXCIIANt.E
Koyal Hank or England,
Ali in f Jivruiv n a m..
biilts, in sums of one jxund and upwird-, for
G. 0.1 B.L. BENEDICT
Free Press Omcs.
Barlinrton. Vt.. sfaroh 23.
I COIV MI.VKR SI-UO.VS,
.N.LCiL",1 hareawaj" k.pt, only a greater varie,
i Kptr cfstylefc I have aow (Ve .hflercnt patterna-
ftoea not e.eelled irvInVrJLi'i'. J"",'7T-
J. E. BHLNSMAID.
STAFI' OK I.IFK.
'PUB Saheertner now offers for sale, at hi
, J UAkERT oo Colleee btroet; a
of Conk usually fjiind tm a arstlasa bakery,
, Burllimtim Cruel
Eltra If J tread
' Common do. "
I-OAr V.KKt , rt.V.1
fmm or armamvntrdt
Drop Cap Cuke
i Washluirtou -
fcr part ie wle u ;rh
r, land all ;
all seooa warranted
v . and
Ilurliiiton. June !
TIIK 1IKST IN TIIK WCIKI.D!
F. itJin.i MlNE.'lUHNTiiN. A MURRAY'S)
Tl at i ill tit Vermi-nt thin S-a-ffi..
WiU in 5iirIiuioii
I'oill'lll ol , lHlts.
3 Grand Performances ! !
MMVEN IM. AT P A V . .: ANI - P.M.
ur fin rt '(..
Children under ten
.Tlil'llc E'lriiiiii" tlriii'ii'lt.'i.
T.i tm- ful a- J ,.ar us ParMUn Eiiuctr.rnne. lb
in, -t 1 r 1 i .. i t d:nl knihl I d r,i,r in th om r-.
Iter !ir&l scM.a iu uienok.
THF. HREIT JUI! HKSRY.
Tlie Mipr! f Mn Ilipij in ! .ii. "tr'jti aih
Tluutuutturif - rt.-T.. tato tti cti-. i: tti. (. inju.
.!.. I. in Pnrie, and the nr -t ri -i njt-r th
w.irlili-i' t r pro:ucei. Hi- Sr-t -.a-iu ii Aiii'Tic i
V'V JKW'FTTE ELLHLFR. tl,.
Hiss Ilm i iy Vool:c.
The slendid English Manege R.iiestrienne. Her
first season in AUiciica.
! IAZ .1 E 1" X F. B I" 11 'I' 15.
The Premier barebsl II' .vman th I h.imj. on
R er uf f he w, rid.
, MUIUUranl nrTCHINSON,-lhe Exciu.ir A ro
THE UOLDIE BRuTIIER-S I,i,k..i. licvai. so, I
t'l.riE, the i'eerU'N., &cntioiil l.yuiitast..
.MR. liEORliE COOKn, the nolr.1 Knsl,-ii Faiuos-
trlan anl I'Totenn rhjrK-t r irrr Hi.fir.ta-
Mn in America
SIR. DEN STONE th, Aillful D.K-t r , I lun ind
MR. NAT Al'STLN til,- inern monarvl clown.-,
win preside oi,-r tl , .lpnrtiiiLnt of iirrth.
3IR. HARRY XOR,pll.-(lie m-t t pert TuinM. r
In the world.
t AIR. nrr.TJOHMD;. theChamplun Leaper ami
.MR. (J 10 ROE '.ll'RRAY, the iroteqoe Come.
l MR. T. WILLUi:S,-tlHreniariiaMePanentbt.
fr. -7anns C'ayiioi'.
The amazing .Erial Idqatlihrist.
The Chief .ttach-w'U te a:ile1 hy a compute
force of 'nxiliary talent, the whole fomun the
MOST BRILLIANT CIRCUS TflOlTK
is the would, cmhracinz actually idute firrt-claw
talent than any three tumpjnlc" in this conntry
PrOf. Gvitm I.
Hutchiun'- wonderful and i-aja-
Den Stone' x Jocose Utiles
are fixed features with this Circa.", and their remark
able portrayals of animal Intelligence will continue
to afford rich themes for amusement.
SSmoklnzpos.tiTely prohibited In theParllion.
Tickets for sale at II. L. Story 3Ioaio rtore thrco
days In adranee fyr the acooamoaatlon of miili.
ladiei. and cliildren.
STONE A .ICRR-WS CIRCCS will exhIMt In
Moxtpeliek June 3C , iLiBsttriELD, June 27 1 So era
Hardwick, Jnnea?( bTowr, Jono3j; IItdbPiek.
July 1 i Caxsridceboro, Jnly 2t Jericho Cors- '
EB9, July 3 1 HLT05. Jnlyfi, Sl ALaars Joly 7i I
flntiaaion 70 ft.
3TRcoi I'l.- l'atal..'un -.f Superb Artist"
PACE, KirilARDSON CO
Bankers awl Merchants,
114 STATE ST., BOeTOX
i EXCIIAN'UE on London and Faxia.
4 ) Parw,TiUbeinaIlpartsofun.pe.
i i.v3 or STEKUSO made to mcrchanla on fa
DETOSITS OF GOLD A'D CCRREXCT' rrcelred-
ruujri 10 una ai s'SQl, ana mtercxt allowed.
ADVAN'CES made on Consi;amenta to Llverpoo
and London. March 8. wen!.
7-30 1 1
7-30 ! ! I
O.VJF: .UOA'Tll MtO.VGER
TWO 31 O X T II S L, ci f c; K R
7 - :t o 5 h
F.r bata.n lo Owido wolier thtj will L.r.
ff-ao uoa us .7-ao no.vus
r Htm, nw wortL
10 per cent premium
or Mkethfir cm
VAhut: AtVEii MATvnm.
CiU AT THfc
First National Bank,
and eonrert y--ur
7-:i0's williuiil ilclav.
DELAY OF A
CMy pre Tent vor obtUBio tb pmem
Bcrlinstoo, Vt, Miy Uth, li. dAwira
n.NAvnti. : ri.vxai i. : :
u. s. si:vj:.y-tm im six
Hear i n f n
That brat a ibort tlw reTiuf W te
T II K K
And that there i no certainty o.' thcor Uluv; ri
cbMad for FSve-Tweutiaa aflar ttof
ha-re beeome du .
TIirKKfOUK Til KV II(lt'l.l H
OLI OR CON VKIITHU INTO ltO.M'
Tl 9 oau be d"a beret on re, oa lhe moot favors
!! terma, at the
ti Kf It'll VNT .V ATKI.X.lli
Rarlintrton May 1 4th.
t'IKT MOITCAUK KOM4
Central Pacific R. E. Go.,
Itearinc i lVr (Vat ler Antiuiu
V H I N c I r A L .t nTFUrT
ROM) Vtil V orTXIKIW'ITKIl Vf lTe.
These t-erunti. taet udhi thr Kot Tweiii ptr-
tioc of the
fJreat Htion:iI I'nriiir Kailroail f.ine
rt-preaetirnt; the &rt claim tbereeaa, and wliieb rt
uoun a TaloaMe am) prodnetire profrty. rttrniafced
b an equal amouut if UwUuvrtiinesU livK and a
iirntar an-i'iiut f private capital, pet MnsmiT'. )"-
ii.it ton, JLc. They h thirty ,) to run, arr al
n wt taken in large anaonnts ibr steady inTfttroent"
ntu iu this cvnu.tr and ia Earope, ad are ftrora
1 retarded a beins nnmg the iery aasr
i cIlat cow-orate oaufiTit5Soffrrwloa thta eaav
t tin. nt, and arc belief ed to He secure camt nil or-
l iiart xntincenci-E.
Tht- Wkm are f Laai ch mA mtaaal
eup''ai4 attached. uyahle in NewYurk t t in Javn-
iur and July, and are oflerad for -ole at
13 rER CENT i ACCRCEI) INTERK-T.
in airew'T. from the dat of ibe p ifnf of th liit
upon At the prcaent rait- f ?ld. the Tirl.
HOkE TH l ElttHT I'ER t EST rTOH THE L('Jr-TtlE'(t,
tli th'' prttt-pect of a steady anprteiati- n !' thm
premium upon the hoatd.
The t'ompaay hare aow built, and in cm citaral
'peration, 130 mileo of road, oa both lop-c) f tAe i
Sierra NTa4a Moaiitais, laeJadies br far the naet
dltBeult and expeaidTe portion of the who!. They
hare alo an nnprererffcted force ext?nlin the
traek fnt7the Salt Lnle Itafa, the ralddlq -f whuch
will t mtched m autumn, making more thaa 310
m .- in rperatii-n. Seroral faaporUnt tritatary
'raiirh and ennneeting road are projected and now
lin r,ntlt, Afd the proatwt ! CIr that the ceatia-
Thro tic Ii Line Acroti thr CoNtirrnt
v be completed nrlg in 1370, or tthonl twi yean
from th- t.m".
Thv n t earning frota k'l haaine-t. nwely, rr
the pa-t tear, upon o than 100 tail, operatiaa;
und r l mjK rri- diHvl vaotages, amoonted ai a t ,tl$7.
tt tn eld '-ver the cperathac; exbena; aad th
I row earning ir Uh Sret quarter f tW rmrrw.l
rear werv Sa per eent greater than fwr the taaune peri
od m I-: It H estimated that tbe net earala- for
-WwIIt reaeh 'J.5MI OOO. which. aRar deduct,
ins; interest j-aymeni. (ertimated t vm thaa
tl,n,(), r appUed to con tractive pmrpuK.
Be'de fnrther reh-criptkni to the rpltal ickt Mai
other re"oaree, the Company H1 he reecivin from
the Vnit.-d State ioverament 1(4 thirl -year ix
pet cent bonds, at tbe rat cf $3j,CK per Mile, a ad
are thi-refbre enabled W carry forward th enterprlw
with tbe utmott ooalldence and Tiur.
JTho Cocajtanj renerre the rljht to adranee
tlie price at anytime; hat all order actually
transitu at tli time of any pueh ad ranee wFtl beSlled
at the preae nt price.
We reeeire all tU.--es of corernment bcad, at their
full market rate, in exchange Ibr the Central Paolfe
Railroad Bonds, thnjt euaMln- the holdert tt reallte
from 5 to lo per cf nt pr'-fi, and keep the principal
of their inrettmenta equally necure.
Ordern and inquiries will receive prompt attention.
Information, derlptlre pamphlet", lc, elT(n; a
fall account of tbe organization, projrTe), huMnew,
and prospect of the enterprise, famlrhed an applica
tion. Bond sent by return expreM at our en t.
r I S K .V II A T C II ,
I'tiiancinl A cent of the f. I. IC.IE. u.
XO. 3 VASSAL' sf Sm Y.
unices oi tnu tompany, ro. m vnuism Mrret,
New York , Noa. X and S3 K Street, bacraraento,
CaL Sold at FInt National Bank, Burlington.
Subtcription rprcitetl through Rank
and llnnkers cenrallr
E7" All decriptioLJ of (iorernment cunties
bought, aold, or exchanl at our office, and by
mall and telegraph, at market eiiri.
SKYK.V-TIIIKTl" XOTES conrertllnU
the new Flra-TwcntlcK, or any other ela.s cf GoTern
ment bondi. .
ACCOUNTS OF HANKS, IIA.NKCRS
and others; roeeired; and farfabl arrancementf
made fur desirable acoouat.
GOLD COUPONS Jt COMPbUMl I.V
TEKEST NOTES bought and soM.
MlscelUneous STOCKS BONDS bouM and
old, at the Stock Exchange, on eommljwton, for oaah.
Dealers and Inrtstort out of tho City, desiring U
taake nertlatlons in any of the abore, may do so
through us, by mall or telegraph, aa adrantaKeouary
as though pemnally present In New York.
FISK A' aW.1 T Cli,
3iyER3 k DCJLCRS IX Oor. tZCURlTlBS,
No. 5 Xamad Sram, Kit Toaa.
Wheeler anil WiNon
and S E "W T N f4 1 A P"RI-T17
JJvJJJ?f X ll J 1H i. j 1 J
TOOK A fiOLD MEDAL IPT.IZE
1 ! ' Over Eighty to Competitors, and remains, as e c t'.i
f..C;. Ac n. I Henedict, Aeeut
OPINION'S OF THF. NEW-ORK PRj-v
We preier tbe Hbeoler A VvIIkS-w .
Chkio Ufmm$l km. They wiltloroe I-m un n
wotbob hito a thou.-utd m w chaubtN i
pato bor ft tbe enuiped rw4wre an,' -m
neeUwofk. t Itmutelr aarlv r i
' hotweaold will have
!t St wins Mm l
nTmmttt,-Ui' 'Kpccialiv adag trl i
po. The work loore rapMty, with
aad with a icaUr eooDomy of thr
BoialJ. olht r- " V. Tim.s
-TbeVh-f I.t .t Wilwm Machin li.,-
watly maniUu.i tbe pre-enuMae i.t -
kind of nut'-nuL It workd etpua w.
Unea, wool n. as4 cutUaa tW)i . - m, ,
Salhenn. to'mmiBf;. eOr . with a u ,t
i iwperior t- any naivlwork . t ,
"Since the intriIactn 4 Swwu u
al of tbe New -York hou?t- ionftiv i
their attentat. u th-main up lr
mtnen r . o.-t xp1u-iv'Iv, aitd are ti
auMdiiMi, oaaoied to do tho wirk n
t with zrrattt Tiiformitv thaa ii
doaw; ae. wir ivtance. vli K- on. .
a machtne wrh jp i" fttvnilly a
CactwrrsfUlHr-lr& Wiuaor'-'l -an n
frua two lo lhr-e duaen birt hw- i - i
aaa, aitiH.och ahc nuitt
fwick hand at the needle
diHeuhv, br entHrtavnt w..rk. to i
witaM kiud of hoMtiDi in the name I
tmM do that ail." Vr.
TtSwiu Marhinr pn mice t
to the w-riascae honda-xf f w- i
eelrril. w ineredlMe. Each hiv u I
aott la uatcalated to du tbe wr.
sewrr. W ntaiiV power, whatei -Ikm
air waald to cnmpeti. eithr
euHn, or tabb . frAoatlu twr
per minnO it ?H.t uua'sal. n
Munber prr minute u aK.ut i
Jmmtnml f Commerce.
There ut uut ao iavtn.tK'u uf li
which honors Amerka srn.m wnt
Machine. Atatily ewht to
benefit. Hi W heeler A Hitaou v,
nlled in all the rxeeUrDrtMi ttm
! machiae, while in arUtuc flawfe :
piano ia the biilo:r. f4ri
"The WhrelrrJt Wil-oni.- the r u
hmmtoX tasaUy sewins. It b b
; sad flaash, caarvL-Uuw aud rtMriimi u
ecjMl hi eflkieBcy to ton or twelve t
t Cmwtamm MroeiU mod Jommt.
" Whwlar t tVUsonV XarhiM
thing thmm can ': reuuued iu th
t yf lti llvrriesstoalsftaa.! maj
, they wiU Misu iK thin,
' oae ttt ttbeta t- a xafe mwrtmetrt." -
XTe do m! bctbve that any I
madw (gadder asd happier any
; tenutawthwi by thi.- ta" tru
H'tiamn' SnmiM',-VmiHiie. Havinx
fsxa.ly, we prtt .? it wt wi
with a wiilt of enthuMSNrtir bt.p
f part H pteamnt mu.n ami it rVV
! thebeeara of r reai f.w t or
We cnoAfU,ttl avtarrt tiie eieellf
aent Mperi tv ..f the Wherler A
fSf fiuaily aHf, and for .-cwin .
In estrewa manly we ase oar t ii-r A ,
' soBawaehlaa. awl we cmaani -taiu- ai . l
mure perfect. It hi very beautiful tnh n rs i
Btru Don. easily maaatced, not 1: U i t at
ersW-r, ban a qnWt mvmrat. wH 'o rti '
' aoaou P-fualr hands, an! i mraltt di- m mv h
ly." Ed. . f. Ertmyelut.
"TbeWKf!er4 WiU-n nacbin- i.m - i, i,
the eonmumti Inrcamiit u- for n t!i it i
ably adaptoil. It adtania?--? are, ' t ;k i - ? r
work Nith Hiia of the 4am N tor ilim oi
ly beaatifal it-e rn?Dth aw ' sm! i ht v
ktitoh, which. wh wU doe, it
ravrl it r-al r.iplitv. the intp
stewetksk and lit. -we with whwh
.V. I CkronirJ,
t&red to paMir -i
dHrable. V i-t
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etiarh on Mb h.
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t eeoitoraical art ri
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net- witln.or a rual smuttir I m
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iainr, iasinat,Jt tusre Ifvn bit. '..1 I
aa are ta siarti.at.y rllnu .r u
"i .isl for UAi-uiauturrrs utiBcral, . 1.
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Uachire.. aiul 1 ; 1 pe rtrct alap i , i, t
sewinsio all fs. Thv
aVnt tHflre i'U"'r ' .(ilclu'S per ihiiui
Lh aaay nu at fliK Rft. d.,zn
bustaas an. a ila v , rk. Their HI en. y
t at lcaft twe' , , .rsiutrtim. asft as 1- r
a Ipasias; am Itra'.r'it ssaplo, in it
Kiionr Ml Vf hy Tbstse Tr. vtil.
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W J5 I. K Ii ' S .
Job. 23. dl
L'Dham's Fresh Usat Cnm. tar l!nn
f snmDtion and Dronrhial Affections. Is nmcrihed ami
1 recommends"! br Ibrsiciaas all orer Lh eooctrj
and Is frrarwin'j um mrr linM aJS ttktr nmntttr
1 eomsins. A trial will ooarinco th most skeptical.
" SI a bottle i six for IS. Sent br repress Circular .
froe. Sold by Geo. C. Goodwin A Ciu, P (rsnoara "
It., Eoetoa, and all PrnTsists