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THE BURLINGTON, VT., FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 1G, 1860.
VERMONT "Bv: A.HMS0S COlTtTT. .uirT in tow!? V M,r minutl scnooi ' TOtrf for i , m ,.f ma n the J"n4ii(r- I ,SV .'-- in "itian.??t" 1 ,,,-ontl,'ed,ll.rfort.wneq6. , f'l of " ii. h 1 i Hit tif i 01 -m'tTl .t-th J uuch 1 if an3. . , iaJ- wool-flJ,w;w r- i . ir,i -.!." to i-awrencr , I,'.,.- uftv in Middtetmrj was broken n . S turiav night, Apr. ;M and about spttjor . ,tv i Uar, in rtamps and scrip, carried off. RE!nXtiTOK COUXTY. 1 li ,.-.a Valley Mills in Pownal, manof-ic- . ..,.( , Tari of capedmere in March. ,-ut houses are scarce in Benumg.nt , chased for tbfir Dtw publication house in New-i-t, r f the Episcopal church York city new iron structure on the corner of t ivMde m a neighboring Tillape tietnuse Broadway and Eleventh street, fire etoriea high. . i- niJ a mutable residence there. , for hqo.OOO. The Uook Concern, which pays Mm re me ' uurt for this county at itb re- three-fourths of the price of this new purchase mi ItM.K-J tint wherea man moves out of was founded in 1789, on a borrowed capital of ill- fin-t of April and does not be- $600. Its capital is now over a million dollars v -u cAl anywhere elee until after the and its profits the past year amounted to SK-0 - .n . t the list, he is taxable in the town I 000. i.i i i leino.ed. ! Th-MrtKiwij-h, nr vM tt.u.i .w rin-. U.-.i, a firmer resident of Bcnniu w i, i. ' t betn heard 3f for nearly fifteen h tuned up all right in California. i I! Ori of thi Equinox House ManBhes . i- tit trae sole propriety r of the Springier 1 i-, . Xea York. lir. .-r' L Irms, f riiicr'y cf Factory ' .nt. d.e-l at hih rcai-lence m Nilts, Mich., on ,t '.'.Iium. He was 1-uriei at Factory Point 1 nun-l-iv 1 i-t .low Lu-y .1 wctt of Pwnii, died in Uea ii l ii ' wit' it the ."I, atd years, and Vu? I! n i: Uormingt.in, on the Gth, aged V- u , . - Ktick was arrestfl at idand Pond , k tv--m-e by Sheriff Morr.ll, for breach ( r 1 1 u cmplaint of Mi Hannah WU- - n A ln'inng was had before Justice Grow, m! iu wi- '.Mighed to give hail in the sum of - . iwr -ippearanoe at court. FRASItUS OOt T. U-mMi Hcpkins, Jr. and John Campbell, of itfrum.-ry, lately bought three c&Ue? in Put- y, . f the Durhim stock for H mi II. Hunt of t. Albans, made the extra- 1 ii iry run of 13 .j billiards on a cirum table t HiuMiy Tft'lo car loal? of Canadian pas-vd through m lb in- mi Tuesday, destined fwr honied in the hi iiiufACtunng towns of New Uampshiro. New maple sugar is eJHnj in R1.-Iifi-i Cr fioin 10 to IT, eentn per ponnJ. Ashbcl Syke-. of Beriuhiiv. m-"itlj Ihniht a full hH Durham bull eilf, wee Is . M, of J.ihn ruiipU-U, of Montgomery, irf! Mi!. Li wis of Cerkhiiire. lia-UiUj;ht a firm .it 1 '(' acre", in Jay, f tMU'it Walker, for -ind has moved on it. (-RLtiS ot r. S:iuth rinnuett, of Newport, has made and him-lied about 70,0M spruce tJiingleh during the winter Mr. C. i a eripple, and unable to .. i1!. witli-iut two "-taffs, and is :n filst year. llriwninjrt"n ha had five months tf continu-i- jhri2 -;nce snow feU Kt fill. Miteltell Iiraere of Charleston, ab&nded l .n h . M ireh lib, leaving h ? wife an I three . .1 'reii h shift for themselvLb. I. II Hi-bee. E-i of Newport, hii-nro-. 1 f.- an thence of Deputy olleetor of Cus i - o ratlicr the office has, been abolished. - iu- tint there were t'co deputy collectors . -in 1 tlif one having the Hres salary was , .... - 1 y njr mm namel Linc.tln. of Charleston, ntly ihspoed of forgel note- payable u the iTi-inal Bank of Derby Line, iigneil by hlm - !f and endoiwd by J. Page and another person t'liarlest m, to the tune of some '.11 or ST' i-t wek. and made good hi" esc.j before the --cry w.i- detect-d. Tn- Newport Kxjncss p:e. the following r-t-i i'e notice of the outgoing landlord of the ti in Coventry : The manr.gf-runt of this 1 t ft port ion of the past year, and the con- uf tare conasting of poor rum in plen i'i 1 M-ry little hay and grain, had become so - ' mI'Ip that a complaint was made to the se- 'i. who have at last none toe wuu done i v ny could to mitigate the eviL" OKASCK COCMT. i ii town of Randolph has rescinde-i is vote "Ming the erection of a soldiers' monument. Tut- Vermont House at Bradford wac sold last n hy to John D. Aldrich, fir 4, -".00, and - .'.-e.juently by him to Hubbard Wright for the in tijiureh. m 1LAM COCSTT. 'i lie Shrewsbury murderers were taken to the Mate Prison on Friday last, in cnarge of a . mple of deputy sheriffs. The Teacher's Institute fr Rutland county vr U W held at Eart Wallingford, Mnv 1 1th and Pith WtMtSOR COUNTT. Mrs Sarah A. Fletcher, formerly of Chester, ha had the degree of M. D. conferred upon her by the New England Female College, of Boston. N F. English, of Hartlaiid, Iri i'lt com pl. tt I two eltcipeilejt which are constructed wholly of iron, and weigh about 4" pounds. I'hey are regarded by michinis-ts ah uirior to inythintr now in use. WINDHAX COCXTT. The "second town meeting in?i ewfane reulted n a vote in favor of bonding the town for eight i times its grand list in aid of the West River I cmers by a notice on the barn of the piesence rilro.id 0f the gun, and for a number uf days be missed P. B. Francis has become sole proprietor of ' nothing. Sometime on Sunday evening or on the Wesselhoeft water cure at Brattleboro, hav- Monday morning last, Pasco visited the premises ing bought out hi& partner, John Knowlton,and for plunder, and endeavored to effect an en Mr. Knowlton has bought the Lawrence water ' trance into the barn by tearing away a board, ure, in the same place, paying feltf, jk. j The gun went off, and the contents lodged in n ,, ,. . , , i i . t ! Pasco's heart killing Mm instantly. Monday a. The Bellow rails Ti m nudcrstands tlmt J. m Lia5ody wos ftfUna, and also a bag which M. Han- recently arreted for robbmg the maus ha1 -m vmefym.mHiOland Herald. - now at hi- home tn Claretnonf, having secured . . . !:!. whirh he cot reduced. This meam that be The coroners jury impanneled in flie case Kill n.it stand a trial, and that his bail K to be forfeited Tiie mill property at Centre ille has leen soM t.. II F. Smith of Brattleboro for S0n0. J E--tev V Co s (Brattleliorf ) s-ile-for March n ichcd the unpreccdeuted figure of '10 cottage . r-ins valued at S.ri,4lV. young lad named Ferriter had n leg taken tT M nday last near the depot in Brattleboro, l.ile playing upon and about tlie carf, which n U-.ng switched to and fro in the yard. ' iTtleboro has recently held a town meeting, i.id pvoinded the vote of the annual meeting w.triM the town liquor agency was disoon-I'tmi-J" I ni F. Butler, of Cambridgport, attempted commit suicide on Monday morning last, by 1 dtting his throat. He cut a severe gash into 1 t!- windpipe, but did not hit the main arteries ! uB either side, and will probably recover. J Ciu-e, intemperate habits snddomestic troubles. I S This ia Tint C.Pn R F RtitW ! - : . n y .i An accideot happened to the down freight ! tr.m on Tuesday nwrninz but. when about a ' .. r . : . - i . 17 SriL L." riS " t ' t, we earnestly hope that Barber will receive ere thmwn from the track two of whichwent , retribution for his crime. The wanton -1 .an an embankment and narrowly escaped , rfa thief in a corn crib, if not atoned Vufi mCT F0rtUtttdT MpmCDWM) for by the regular processes of justice, will yet , . , .. J i find vengeance in a bullet from behind a hedge, I went thousand dollars has been subscribed in thf Mue of barns and stacks, and the mid f..r the erectinn of a three story brick bolck, 100 nifct blood WBicn gpirts and oozes after the as h feet, in Bellow Falls, the ground floor of , sassin's edge. To-dav it is a despised thief near whi.-b will be ul f .r stores, ami the second tft( -un :fi th victim : to-morrow there thn.r for a Town Halt and the third tora Masonic Mill. KHMCIOIS INTBI.MCEVrK, nrnsT. Sjiurgeon church in London gave 8,.ri00 to- ; u trl the support of youngmen studying for the m u-try list yeir; ft2:l.000 for almshouses fur i t- azel, and .;5,(XH) for an orphanage. Th" Baptist anniversaries will be held Otis v -vr m Button, each Society being limited to a tiy The Foreign Mission v tn hare Tuesday, ' '"th : th Home M'wsion Wednesday, and Thar- Uy will bn given tu the Publication and Bible Sureties Th Ladies (Baptist) Home Society, latelv in- citrponte-1 f .r tto founding of a free home for -uil infirm lUptints, held a public meeting -a ea lorx city the i-t inst., and oO,000wss el in aid f their object In lfV, Philadelphia contained 32 Baptist ' -;th 7 li", mmhoni. n-. ih. 1 churches with 14,H members. rhereare -4'", Baptist churches in California i with :t, V-l merolxrs, and 36 in Oregon with 1,- ! 41 niciiiKrs. CONGa9ATIOVAX Prof lluckham of the University is temporarily ami Ke J. E Jrich that in Verg-one-. Kt II n . . i j uIm hi. iiiniiii -v h H Uymston tendered nis reatcaatson f the pastorate ol the Congreprational Church in Win 1 or lift Sabbath, in acorianee with a no- t. 1 g.t'ti, sjme time since, that he shoold ask j t-. 1-p n'ined from hi:- pastorate at the end of ! tV tcntli year from his settlement. I The new .npvgat ion.il Church at South j il altoii, wa? dclicated April 1st. The sermon wa- b Ilet. W H. Lor.i,D. of Montpelier, ii n the condition? of a prosperous and efficient I'.-rli Rev C. S. Smith, offered the Dedicatory I'rayer j lte. St-'jien Harris, pastor of the Congre irttLmul church in Windham, was disnmsed j fr.nu hit pastorate in that place on the 14th ' account of ill health. j lue Congregationalist church in Charleston, -jte-l unanimously to ask Rev. A. C ' f t,. ttecotue their paster. 1 r-t Congregat onal Church and SocVi v ' 'iry hive accepted the resignation oi .1 V w J,r' N' 'Jorton n' fatvc Ien" the t'rntuitous u"e of tin parsonage rxvL i t I T,n,CUPe "thcr pastor; and, also have ' i1"1 a purf of between ven and i gh. lunar-! .1.; besides other gifts. ! w ... t-l'.sroi'lL. in WiUl, y i Via f EtsteroffctinaTiotmtel tj 5-141 k: Vt , : "f tbe Ipis p.d Society held in 1 Ceter, Ut) ttlt- 1, 1 " at on to thi- eret, r p-. uimor a chm -h eh6cc lrun ""w I'oaltnev .tiL,.M.tb .Bl nt elrnrir in Xtx to the P0!1 ! t" the Mipport of th 10 WBiniwu- Ten Bi-ltops wr. ,-,., - , . conserraL, "n.s'"u Hh inst ui tl.f consccraUDs Arrjce u tt M,eBn , I impressive was in this instance peculiarly impo- I j sing. The seraon was by Bishop Coie of West- i of the Lpiaoopftl Church, the Right Ilev. Benia- min Bosworth Smith, D. 1)., of the Diocese of r.T;'"-'"' ' " " jwfe cnt? cta? Conweator ; and the night Bi-liops of MaMMhuMtta and Rhode IsUnJ.irere ,hc Present-. The hpwsopal rector in Lawrence. Kansas, uc pwwpai resior in Lawrence, Kansas, jo"d vrith tight other pastors, white and color- 1U t mutgj communiou season in the Metlto dist mectias-bonfc Only the Bantists and United Presbyterians declined to join. METHODIST. The Providence, P-, I., Methodist Conference last week resolved to admit no nun to member ship who uses tobacco except for medicinal par poses. Tli Uartuui:. T:!r Qa Un.. - uugiwau MS Wliu measures to establish a college and a publication liuuse in Boston. They also propose to erect a public hall in that city for tree religious wor ship, with space for imitations for the students of their theological seminary, and perhaps of the future university until such time as suitable buildings for permanent use can be erected. It is reported that $1,000,000 has already been subscribed towards the object I.TRTBuI, CnEISTI ASS. The Unitarian Conference held at Washington last week, was an interesting and notable occas ion. It was the first Unitarian Conference ever held at the Capital Rev. Dr. Chapin of "ew York city preached a very eloquent sermon appropriate to Easter to an unusually large congregation Sunday morning. The Church was beautifully and appropriately adorned with Easter flowers. Rev. Dr. Osgood is going to Europe imme diately after his resignation takes effect, May 1. BOMAK CtTOOUC. The French Canadians of Springfield, Mass. are moving to organize a Catholic church with a priest of their own nationality. TtiA tiMr Rom fin Catholic church, M. Ber nard's in N. Y. city was dedicated to divine ser- Cor. of the Bostou Journal, tjueagtlir Veraawtter. M05TPEUKE, Vt, March 20, 180C Vermont nan leen lets prolific of politicians thin New Hampshire, but baa not been oestitute uf able and i patriotic men. There is Ethan Allen of hitoric (fame, as true and brave a man as ccr lived; and among her deceased statesmen I one reidily recaRs the name of Van Ness, Col j lamer, Prentiss and Bradley. Of her living men, lion. George P. Marsh , resident Minister at 1 urin, and Senator Morrill are best kmiwn the former for his ripe scholarship and the latter as -t practical legislator and financier. N.r has Vermont been with vt her represent aiir men in the new States. To Illinois she gae Stephen A. Douglas, and more recently to Wisconsin the briRiant young Senator, Matt. H. Carjnater. The sons of the Green Mountain Smte :i broad are noted for their industry, and nut a fow of them are among the most thrifty fai niers of the West. Fifty years ago the Legislature of this State w a body of rare originality and ability. Rufus Choate, who visited it during the session of lJl, used to ear that he never heard the EnMi language more correctly spoken or with more power and eloquence than in that body. It w-L, among such men that Thad. Stevens had h early training in Caledonia county, and anecdote- are told iUustrative of that irrascibtc per sistence f r which be was so well known la after years. Then there was David Edwards of Vergcnnes, an accomplished dialectician, a logical debater au 1 4 man of native mind and power. Of a similar type was James Bell of Waldtn. He be gan life a fcheenaker and was uneducated He could re id and write, but his profession was up on the bench with the lapstone. By some acci dent he got into a lawsuit. He employed coun sel to defend his cause, and they naton defend ing sn 1 defending him. Having expending all lr-i money, he was compelled to sell his last cow top.ty counsel fees. When this was gone he decided that he would go to the bar and argue his own case. He did so, and won. N-t long after he applied for admission to the bar Well, inVermont as elsewhere, a man most go thr-TUgh a certain course of study in order to j )e entitled to admission. So the lawyers opposed I "Jim," and continued to do so until Jack Mat ' tuck,a sagacious man, and afterwards Governor, 1 siid: 'lont you resist JLn Bell any longer; I if you try to keep him out, he will by and by ' turn us a!l out." So he was admitted, as be 1 out to have been. A Thief Ikstaxtlt Killed at Johx-wcbgh, N. Y. Considerable excitement has been occa siuntd at Johnsburgh, Warren county, N. Y., by the killing of a notorious character named ('Iris. Paco alias Charles Dick, on the premises o.' a respectable and well-to-do firmer named S.imuel E. Barber. The facts are substantially .1- fulloTs For a long time past, .Mr. Barber Las sunVrcd severely from the frequent visits of i gang of burglars. His grain cribs had been frtitu"ntly emptied, his fowls taken, and his farnun implements destroyed. He frequently kept watch about his premises but never suc ceeded in capturing the culprits. As a final riSrt be procured a sprine run. wnicn ne nntrA in hL barn, loaled. He warned all returned a verdict simply rehearsing the manner of h.s death without expressing any opinion as to the guilt or innocence of the farmer who set the trap. We notice in the Philadelphia Press an able article in reference to the death of Pas co, which takes strong ground against the right of Barber to murder a man for the simple act of larceny in stealing a bag of corn, and in con nection with the action of the Coroner's jury we extract the following from our eotemporary : 41 Where did Samuel Barber get the preroga tives of a legislator T This farmer turned mur derer must know that there is no statute of the State which declares the penalty of death for the theft of a bar of corn. Who invested him with the functions of a Judge ? To pretend that he did not intend to inflict death, or a grievous wound which might speedily lead to it, is but to extenunie vmainy wixn lauxuoou. He set the imn " sir mitt lniimnni tpiftrrf CTTO. says this infamous telegram,' for the TJtZ ,w t 'J rf ,-'?J ,?!?Lfl :gnt as e pur- now oi ijewrruiE uuii. - uiw i uiii ciua Saratoga who is the victim ; to-morrow there may be sudden ghastliness and a wail in some Fifth avenue niansioa.' SjWMlhy fr tba. Mr. Banks's resolution which passed the ; House, was as follows : Betdved bv the House of Representatives, ! That the people of the United States empathize ! with the people of Cuba in their patriotic efforts to secure their independence and establish a re publican form of Govertunent guaranteeing the the personal liberty and the equal political rights of all the people; and the house of Rep resentatives will give its constitutional support of tbe President of the United State?, whenever in his opinion a BepuUican Government shall hae been in fact established, an-! he may deem it expedient to recognize the independence and sovereignty of Buch Republican Government. It M that the passage of the resolution will not affect our relations with Spain, as it is ttncwn uuu tne rresioeni is ueiermmeu iiui to take any rash step. When the Cuban roolu- tiooiBta really overthrow the Spanish authority on the island their government will be Tee?- nixed and not iffl tb - . 1 Almost everyday we hear many person" com- ' . tliey are not nt to do anything, &c. Many nthe viubu.i-, nun ,u i,m.i. ! . to m. . . but for the life of us Could not tr' I h wa tlie matter. One day while tin.- c .ii ) unii-g, a ! friend said to us, "Why don't u trv 1'ht--' TK BrrTEEs? they arc reallj a g.n .1 th--, wiU make yon ftl like a nt w man." Upon lm reeonunendation wo purciia.eu at tue. nn-l t-ok them according to tin direction'-. Tlioy 'tTinwl togor't-'bt to the tp(t, and pae u- immelwte relief. E er since we hactikcn ccryopjior tunity to recomaiend them. Magnolia Watfr Sup-p. r t- the U im ported German tJ n I s.d at hall the price. IUalth asi Wealtb. -Health depends upon our keepm" our vstems in proper tone. We often net-1 the aid of tonics to do so. Speer's ".?tand irl Wine Bittern," accilmc to the opin ion f ouri-et md mot successful Mcilical rrac titun.r. ire tli- dceideratutn so lnnr sought ifter ly ;li i rofisa.ou. Try llieiu and be con- Poll b L'lujrji-K Facts foe the Lamb. I can inform any one interested of hundreds of Wheeler & Wilson's Ma chines of twelve years' wear that to-day ore tn tetter condition than one entirely new. I have often driven one of them at a speed of eleven "UUUIrJ l lUKS a iU.il U.v a aa-.-. . j. hundred t-t tches a minute I nave repaireu m- tetn difierent kinds SewingOiacnines, aau ." fMjnA vnnrB t(1 wr better than any other. With tn cTnn. inSewlnir JUchines of different kinds, yours has stood the roost and wicit-sl ,est lor uuraoiniy aiw ouuy Ljudcnvillc. N. Y. M.ciinea for sa'el.y 0 0.1C.L. B-ne-lict, BBrIinJt0Ili j polices., 1 WUIV-.-VCi11' v?-u IE.-C0NKL1N'S . JSSTiS "i0!'. , Hoarseness, Asthma, Cou;),, Col is, Catarrh Creoo Sore Throat', BiiSM. lircathTfehffi fifth. Chet- Difficult v of Breathing, Ac. IWic Speakers and SlnserewUl find them nuriralled for clcarfn? 1'or sale by lrugia in Biirlfnston, w31m3 OUT OF SORTS." Tate DR. fi. 0. RICHARDSON'S SHERRY W1A E BITTERS, the mw t medicinal in the mar ket. Established in 1898. March 19. w4m CKISTADOKO'S IIAIRDYK. To Art we owe a thousand graces, Improving Nature no disgrace Is. Ho, a gray hair don't please the eye. U CRISTA DO RCHS MATCHLESS DYE. CKISTADOKO'S HAIR PRKEBVATIVE. Striking, astounding, are the Effect prodocetl by Cristadoro s Hair rrcserrative and Beautifier. Be the hair ever so ivirj-, coarse and nnmanazcable by brush and comb, in one week this article will render It flexible. Instroos, and incline to curl. Sold by all druggist, and supplied by all Hair Dressers. Manufactory ao. (" MaHenLane. Prin cipal Depot No. 6 Astor House. Apr. 6 dftwlm ISO. 1SIT. 1809. In 1302 the grandfather of Dr. Tobias introduced the Venetian Liniment in England. It was a suc cess, although the price was a guinea a bottle. Hi late Majesty, William IV., used It for Chronic Rheu matism, and was entirely cured after suffering for two years, his attending physician being unable to effect a cure, and he wrote a letter of thanks which fs now In poe5fion of my uncle. In Liverpool. I have offered 100 sterling for the letter, bnt it was refused. In 147 I put U out in the Unitod States, and now, in IH60 the sale is immense. Thousands of families are never without it. It is wife and in nocent to apply externally, and to take internally For twenty-one years X have warranted It to cure the following complaints : Cholera, Diarrhea, Dys entery, Croup. Colic, Cramps, Vomiting, and Sea- Sickness, taken internally, and Chronic Rheuma isnt, Barns, Cute, Bruises, Old Sores, Toothache, Frosted feet, Swelling, Insect Stings, and Pains in Chest, Back and Lhnlia, externally. It never fails, if used as directed. For Cholera and Dj sentery it is certain, if used when first attacked. No one once trying it will eor be without it. Sold by the Drug gists. Price, r0 cents and one dollar. Depot, 10 Park Place, N.Y. aplod&wlm AIjTjCOCKS porous pilaster. Rheumatism, Lumbago, Cold Feet, Pain of the Chest, of the Side, Bruises and accidents, especially of the Spine, also chronic weakness or affection thereof. Sore Throat, Varicose Veins, and even in affections of the Heart, tills celebrated plaster has been found to afford immediate and permanent re lief. Dr. Jv W. Jolinson, of Hartford, writes: " At this moment of writing, a man applies for one, who, by entanglement in the shaft of machinery, had both his legs broken, spine severely Injured, and was few nearly a year entirely helpless. This man found re lief very soon by the application of the Porous Plas ters, fie was soon enabled to work, and now be la bors a well as ever." Uttt' frvm Dr. Fuller, of PtdakilL Tboxas Atxcocx 4k Co. Gentlemen Since my severe accident 1 hare used as mo application to the bruised parts your admirable Plaster. It has had an excellent effect, soothing while drawing out the soreness and sustaining and strengthening the part upon which H is applied. . D. FULLER. AllcocV Poron Plasters are sold by all Drug gists. Principal Agency, Brandreth House, New York. April 0. diwlm WHAT IS ?. B. q. tf. Our reasons and we tru5t our jurtiBeation for call ing the public attention to Mother BaQey'i Quieting Syrup, are furnished by the frequency and fatality of the diseases of infancy and childhood. So alarm ing and serious are the diseases, that one child in three dies before the fifth year. TheM facte afford conclusive argument for enforcing on mothers the importance of using a remedy, (which contains no Morphine or Poisonous Drug) and never falls (when timely nsed to effect a cure. It greatly assists the child through the months cf teething, aliays all pain, reduces inflammation, comets acidity of the Stomach, and never fail. to regulate the bowels , makes sick and weak children strong and healthy, produces natural sleep fbr the child, thereby iffbrd tng rest to the mother. For summer complaints, Dysentery and Diarrhoea, it has no equal. Fur Wind Colic, Convulsions, Griping, Ac., it never txt to give immediate relief. Mother Bailey's Quieting Syrup, fur cMIdren, an original medicine, well established, then-fore use no other and you are safe. For sale by all Drug gists and Dealers in Medicine. A. RICHARDS, Now L ndon. Conn. Agent for the United States. April b. dwlm,te A COICD, COLO. OR SURE THROAT Requires immediate attention, and should be checked. If allowed to continue. Irritation of the Lungs, a permanent Throat Affection, or an Incura ble Lang Disease is often the result. BBDWft'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES, baring a direct icflnence to the parts, grre unmertiate relief. For Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, Coarumptire and Throat Diseases, Troches are used with alwaj s good noeees. Singers and Public speakers wm find Troches useful In clearing the voice when taken be fore Singing or Speaking, and relieving the tin-oat after an unusual exertion of the vocal organs. The Troches are recommended and prescribed ly Physi cians, and lave bad testiaonfals from eminent men throughout the country. Being an articie of true merit, and having pro van their efficacy by a test of many years, each year finds them in new localities in various parts of the world, and the Troches are universally pronounced better than other article. HP Obtain only " Brown's Bronchial Troches " and do cot take any of the worth leas imitation; that may be ottered. Sold everywhere. Jan. S. tLw4mo scnRxcira pcivtio.vic svrup. Seaweed Tonic and Mandrake Pills will eare Con sumption, Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia, if taken according to directions. They are all three to be taken at uie same tune. i uey eteanse toe scoinacn, relax the liver and put it to work ; then the appe tite Itecomes good the food disestsand makes good blood ; the patient begins to grow in flesh , the dis eased matter ripens in tbe lunzs, and tbe patient outgrows the dUease and gets welL Thij the nly way to cure eonsumpxion. To these three medicines Dr. J. II. bchenck, of Philadelphia, owes his unrivalled sucoe in the treatment of pulmonary Consumption. The Pulmo nic Syrnp ripens the morbid matter in the lungs, nature throws it off bj an easy expectoration, lor when tbe phlegm or matter is ripe a elftrht couh will throw it off. and the patient has re and the lung -vegin to lieal. To do this, the Seaweed Tonic and Mandrake Pills mu-t be freely used to cleanse the tomach and lier, so that the Pulmonic Syrup and the food will make good blood. oenencK's aianaraxe mis act upon mo urer, re moving all obstructions, relax the ducts of the gall Madder, the bile starts freely, and the liver is soon relieved , the stools will show what the Pills can do , nothing has ever been invented except calomel (a deadly poison which Is very dangerous to use unless with great care,)that will unlock the nil bladder and start tbe secretions of the liver like Schenck's Mandrake Pills. Liver Complaint is one of the most prominent causes of Consumption. Schenck's beawseu Tonic is a gentle stimulant and alterative, and the alkali lo Uie Seaweed, which thi preparation is made of, assists the stomach to throw out the gaetric juice to dissolve the food with tbe Pulmonic Syrup, and it is made Into good blood without fermentation or souring In the stomach. The great reason why ph si dans do not cure Con sttmotion is. thev trv to do too much . tlit-v "ive me dicinetostoptbecoush,tostopchtll3,to stopnlht sweats, hectic fever, and by so doing they derange ; the whole digestive powers, locking up the sccre tions, and eventual!) the patient sinks and die. Dr. Schenck, in bis treatment, does not try to stop 1 a cough, night sweats, chills or fever. Remove the j cause, and they will all stop of their own accord. No one can be cured of Consumption, Liver Complaint, ! Dyspepsia, Catarrh, Canker, Uloerated Throat, un- , less tho liver and stomach are made healthy, , If a person has consumption, or course uie tungs in some way are diseased, either tubercles, ahsesses, lironchial irritation, pleura adhesion, or the lnn area mass of inflammation and fast decaying. In such cases what must be done ! It is not only the longs that are wasting, but It is the whole body. The stomach and liver nave lost their powtr to make blood out of food. Now tile only chance is to take Dr. Schenck's three mtxlicine, which will brin: u a fine to the stmnach, the patient will heirm to w.nt food, it wiU digest easily and make .. ti .lo.i , then the patient begins to gain in fltt-h, an 1 j- --i n- tin lody bcjrfns to grow, the lunir f 'tti'iu nv t- h tl up, and the patient rft' tl"-ln .un' w-'Ii Ti - tl.e only way to cure Coiiainp n. When there is no lunir disease and only Lm r i ..su i la nt .md 1 pepij. Sciicnck'e Seawwd Ton c ami Mutidi-ikelilisareFu(licient, without the Pui mimic rup Take the Mmdrake PiIU freel .n ail lul u u- roinplaint-9, as tlitj are perfectly hirmW. Ir. Scltenck, who has en med uninterrupted health t rta-inj jt-ar- pa-t, and now weigl S' poun . w:l waited awaj to a mere fkf It-ton. in thv ver liLt tair oi Pulmonan Consun.pion. ln phj ncnii"" ti i m'l pronoancfi hs case 1 opcW is ai I .i'in oin d linn to !n-Ute. lie w ts cured ny the n'Mro-aiii me i,i.ne?, in'i iI,ce li recovery many th uandf Mini- iarly affliccen na. u?ca ir. bciienck's DreDaration' ith the same remarkable s-ucecas. Full dirccLuu- imimininv h. maklnf it not aJtsWilntjalv nAfiumn to )ersondly see Dr. Schenck, unless patients wish snrdav where all letters for ..Iviee ma-t i s.I- aiTii lie ih .uu prtut-ionai ly at io. idq .. . r. nth -r.a- v r lbui'.ver street. Boston, evcrv other Wt-dnt-sdai . Ho irif afivc freo. but for a tlio-.ujh exam.nn toowiUihis Respirometer tho price is OiKcj hours at e ic!i citv from " A. M. to P M. Price of tlo Pulmoulc St rup and Scawtd T. i e t-acli f i ."- per 1-ottle, or 7."s!l a half dozen. Mn drake Pills 2o cents a box. i. C. Goodwin A O., Hanover St., Boston, Wholesale agents. For sale ly all druggists Jan 13. 'fdiwly PEACODV MEDICAL INSTITUTE, j No. 4 Bnlfinch Street, (opposite Revere IIoue). Bos- ton. The Trustee" of this Institution take plea.-u'e in announcmj; that tiiey have secured the sen ices of the eminent ard well known Dr. A. H. Uayes, late burge..n f. S Army, Vioe-Presidont of Columhia , t oUege of Phywuiaiis and Surgeons, Ac. . This Institution now publishes Uie popular medi cal book entitled " TLe Science Lire, or Self-Pres-crvation," written by Dr. Hayes. It treats upon the Error of Youth, Premature Decline of Manhood, Seminal Weakness, and all Diseases and Abases ef ' the Generative Organs. Thirty thousand copies sold UIO 11M Wi. . .uivcu a uuu iur evuj' toto, y oung men in particular. Price only $1 .00. treatise of the kind ever uftered the iuh. "Suical Pl.ys: '; -t Woman, a..' l.Vi t,rofiiselv illustrateil with the very best lf.iblUMILU.ci umm juo juihibuvu UK BMWl perieCt ic, euuxie;i -t-Aet," i,rofusely illustrateil with the very bestenravms rht. n,w,k is also from the pen of Dr. llsves. AinoDs llsves. Ainone . the vanouschiptera ma5tH) mentione.1. fl.e Mystery The Mystery of Life,' Beautiful uaijirln-, Beauty, it Value to I Polertr Chanre of Life, Ejeesses orthe SUrrhsl, I Prevention to Coweption, ic. In beautiful French I cloth, 2.01, Turkey Sloroceo, fall pllt, $X.V -Htheror theso books are rent by nail, se-urely sealed, poetaze paid, on receipt of price. The 'rSbody Journal cf Heilth," aUr-t-claM paper in every respect,-8 rases, 31 columns -pub- lisbtd on the 1st orrenuary. anu vj -ii in-the year. Subserlpton price per year only 31 ctZ Specim-n "P1" "Dt SS i i "Jit . ra .pplicauon w uie ic.i.-v Aleiet II. UlTES, If. 1., Resident and Con-: iVThvrfein , 1D?'-?'";2 . In rttst cmB- ! ! J. on all diseases requlrinz skill, secre.-yai a ei- dence on au ai-i ruu'ufc i t IcriolaW. swresv nl t""" Jan. 1C twlm Sncrial ffcrrial Notices. CHOICE FAMILY PREPARATIONS. rKEPABEn AD VVt CP BY HE. VIZ ' .V CO., Wholesale Dealers in Drugs, Projtriitary .VcefietRrs Perfumery, Leavenworth Block, College Street, UCRLIXGTO.Y. - - VERMO.VT. N". II. Downs' Vegetable ItuKanuc Elixir has no equal for the speedy cure of Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough; all lung com plaints canbeeurfj by the timely use of this wonderful Medicine. No family should be without it. Call for Do una Eturir, and take no other. Henry's Vermont Liniment. An internal as well as external remedy ; taken in ternallr, it is a master Tain Killer, rain Curer, Pain Reliever, or Pain Annihilator. Reader, do not sleep till you get a bottle for trial ; read full directionf, cspe:ially for breaking up a cold. Henry N Vegetable Worm lozenges. Entirety Vtyttablr, Warranted five pom Mierml Poison, perfectly safe, and sure to remove worms, has been thoroughly tested by thousands of families in the United States and Canada, and is a psancr scccsss, is pleasant to the taste a white sugar drop or lozenge. Children eat them as readily as candy. The advantage they possess over any other is, that they require so physic to carry them oft. Every mother should keep a box on hand in case of ned. Fall directions with each box. Ir. JohiiMns Calisaya Bitters, A superior combination of Barks, Roots, and Herbs, not hitherto attained by any other manufacturer of Bitters. Aro you suffering with Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Con stipation, Loss of Appetite, or any of their kindred diseases! Then try these Bitters, and be convinced that they contain RARE MEDICINAL and CURA TIVE VIRTUES, and do not belong to that class of "Slops" mlsnanted " Bitten." Physcian will find them beneficial where a powerful Quinine Tonic is wanted, as they contain a large quantity of the Pure Calisaya Bark. If you would have a good appetite, and be IlsALTar and Hapit, try a liottle of these Bitters. Price One Dollar per Bottle. HENRY k CO., Biwrlinston, Vt,, March 23 tdw6at Proprietors. By Telegrah. Stork Xarfcel. New York, April 14. MONEY Continues firm at 7 percent in edd on call loans. STERLING EXCHANGE Dull at lo;$ & nci for gold and first class bills. OLl) Firmer, opening at 1 13 Jf advancing tj 1 5Ji and closing at 132. GOVERNMENT STOCKS-Sbadc firmer jind clo sing as follows: Coup 81 1 If.l 10-tncoop Ht'i Registered 0's bl I1C1 ln-) rog lor.i ."-at re-r. 'o I lot do 61 Jan. i July.. 1111 Pacifies 'a :nl D.8.rtMUcoiipix 11.11 no OS- 1 JM V. S.6'sS-arjcoap'K UTi da new 6Ti doCOUD 67 Ill: doconp 6rt 1141 1 The Java to-day brousht onl which Is less than was expected. STATE BONDS .',()0it m specie Missooris Mo.6's. Tx-cn. 6s ex-coup Do. new N. C. Stat C's Do. new Va.Cs cxjup !o. new Louisiana 'Ci Lo Levee fixe do eiliu- Alabama tbht STOCKS-tlosed steady as follow? Cumberland Pittsburzb. F.W.1C. Wells Sxp Merchaats Exp American Exp Adams Exp Gutted States Exn. Ohio A Ulu Do. pref. Mich. Soutben: 111. Central ClerelaniUcPitt Cleveland k Toledo. Rock Island Lake tJhort Chieasu t .V.K.... Quicksilrer. Canton Pacific Mail W. Union Tel Co.... N V Central ihi.prel Erie l!I Water Power.. Do. prof. Hudson River Rc3d.ni: I1UU. . U1S.... Mariposa Do pref. Mich. Cent Do. pref Harlem Do. pref BanlcmaH .... Cbicai A Alton.... JHiprer. Alton ATerre liaute Do oref. Toledo A Wabash... Dm. oref. 1 Atlantic Mil. St Paul " I Di.pref. I Col. C. a Ind Do. pref. L0KI"-s. April il Jl. Ilia....- 1'er.tral," Fuaiski out, Apr-1 1 1 I". S. .Wi Uind --I Era, Great Western, 3 j. Blew a oik Maikit. Naa Vobs, Apni ! I. ASHES Pots fiU'et at 7 6i : -: p...rls dull and n(minal. COTTOX At. iKtU-rand ui-.n ,,ft.e. Salc-,.i bales at iS! midtJlms uiianie. FIm IHiU auddccl nins;. Sab s "., i-m f arreU t 40 S 6 W tur funernn" State and ttt.-tcra . f . m b 43 fur conuuon cli-l fitraMate, t. i.ari f.r do extra Wertem. 7 - jii f(.r lmxki choice wblt wbat extra: b l t- 7 Si omtnuncitfci round hodo Obi Tuitf bjOft.r a.ujiii.iu fair i itr.i fat. Lutin '.' for co.-l cbtnedi. ..!.) 'i.iU.ft California flour Ouict and hi-a at i T; - :.. roroM.MNiv I't.j.it.r new. , Wf. The fattfr pr.et aa cifn-mc CORN MEAL Dull. WHlsKET Ouiet und iitaw. Si'.- 1 K wwurn at ir-o. Grain receipts jo. i : uthels. WHEAT Dull. I to d. t-tiitd It w r. SmI. s j-'.ii btisheU at I -Wsr l o 2 .pr n. in -tore .unl -kli- erea; l cj Tor hft'lv t Hilt raid 1 I r auMr i Michigan. BY Dulldro- p.ng. Sbi'.cs ! 1 t-3it 1. f . rime ' Milwaukee at 1 13 I RYE MALT Dull Sale I ' bubl- .it I ' BaRLEV heavy unddecllning. n.i' i-n-h at yttMienn.in and Caxada Wt -t t n pritatt' ttr;.i. i BARLEY MALT Hull and droop.,;. j RecefjitsCorn, .HC bu-hel. OlRN Less activ-1 and hea . It 1. tr. RT.ono ho5bat - f,,r n-w amx.-d Wc-t rn, i clocinat -i : sli.ppin lot? .1 f-T t I i .1 i I .n store and afloat , b ... It i Id wn.tf t.-t- tern, ystorprime mw wh.tc SoLthrrn. i Receipts oats II "l 1 a-fit-l. OATS IdU. Salw jr.iKKl Lu-h 1- a iff ' for Wentern atlont Tt-i .j, r- a..k- -l -1 i:j -tore RICE Dull ut COFFEE CaruiiR a iuiL ! SCOAR Dull, bales l.M hA- 12 Si 1.'. for , Cnl-a. i MOLASSES juit. Sales C'tbh is a r. S : for Cuba. PETROLECV Quiet and uns tiled at ITc for Crude-. 3ti 66 2-2 for refilled K.ndfl. ! HOPfc Wuiet at 6 1". for Amencun. 1 COAL Quiet nt f- 6 im hr car firign 'lull 1 at 9 50 far New Ca-ttle gas-. 1 2 U) fur Lireriiool gas , LEATHER UeuiliK-k mIu quiet a.ntf drooping t aitout ir( ica oriec. ' WOOL C.-nt-nup vcr IQU't. Mbi lul oi 1" & " fur dwm -t:c tictt t.s ia ii uiiwij- t putltxl P1WVI ibIONS Pork Armir. fra'f at 3. i&3i ixifur new uil-s. ti St .11 U lor j-b hit rw 75 old do , X, -li & JG .Vi for prime. 2z (ffi Jr for prune mess. BEEF Hull. Sales ftbbls at Sort 16'for new plain mess ; V ft) 13 ( for new extra mt-as. Tierce beef, heart . Sales I J toi at 23 i St. rt for prime ineah , " oi. C m fix India mc-s ret-f bams steady , Sales 175 bMs at S v; m. CUT MEATS- Steady. 8ale 32T. pksat 121 X I3le for shoulders. If. 17 fi-r hams Middles yuiet. t3boiesat Hd Cumberland cut, 16 Tot short ribbed. LARD Firmer. Sales Kti tierce at I7i B but chiefly at for steam. I-! 0 I for kettle ren dered. also 25.1 tie team seller in Mav at 1-1. BCTTER Quiet at 3u , 37 for Ohio , 17 for State. CHEESE - Firm at IS tj 2Ja, iMARRIEI). OAT-Dnitw. At the Methodist parsonage, April tb, lii Rev. I- W. Dayton, William IL Gay, and Miss Harriet C. Drew, both of Canada. McNaix Dchlak In Westford, Vt., Feb. ALhy Rev.G W Amis, Mr. William Henry Harrison Mc Nsil.orEnoshurgh, to Miss Elt ira M. Dunlap,of Westford. DIED. SrosF..-At North Ferrisburgh, April 3., Joel Stone, M.D., formerly of Charlotte, in the 7l year of his age. Folleit. In Winooski, on the &th Inst., at the residence of htr son, George Follett, Lorrain Adams, wife or the late Hon Timothy Follett, aged 71 years. Bar-vcw. In Milton, April 3d, Barney P. Bamnm. sia of Ell Baraum, aged 30 years. Rots ds. In thi cirv, Saturday morning. April loth. Miss Emmie L. Rounds, of llinetthurgh, aed years. Stos. InSwanton, April 12th, Dr. (). II. hax ton, formerly of this city, aged 69 years. Fr.EKMAV. In Essex, April 11th. of consumption. Mary Oiin. wife of Walter Freeman, Esq.. aged To years. Ilanhnipl Jlotircs. I N the District Court ef tlie United States for tho 1 Ibftncfcof Vermort. In the matter of Daniel Snow, Bankrupt. In Bankruptcy. To the rr-,Mitors l 1 Bankrupt, ni n'l-tbcrt wS-io a m.i .-on-i itu. Tlie undt r-ign-'-l ivjiXrjto ((the estate f . d i'lT-lt-"!'' hi-i . - ti t tl. it tlit-' en oniered oy liu Dietn-. i t. ourt .l -ant District. Uiat tlie .cctnd nod tlrrd jrcneral meetiLgs if the credit or' of i-a;d Pankrupt 1-e held itrforr A. Underwood, ore of th" Keiri-ti rt in Backruntcv in said DltlK t. at the uFTi-u ,.f V.. til . T-.l..r Prattletiori . II -a .1 IHotrift ..n th Tth U ot May next, at l'i . Vlock ,n the fore u.on. for the purport h n.imed in the J'th and j-th i n- of the Bankrupt act ol Murch J, l-o7, and tl. s 1-.1I-0 t. guonotioe that I have file.l m final ae. unta a.-igiueofthpe-tatvof said itaniel Snow, Bankri.pt, m -am Court, and that on the 7th da of Maj m xt, 1 Miall apply t.. saul Curt for the settle ment 1 in v said account and for a discharge from all liability si- assitrnLo of aTd estate, in accordance with the provisions of the tli section of the Bank rupt Act of March -d, l-f7. Datcl at Bratth horo, in atd District, the 7th day of April. Wfl. w S. M. WAITE, A-sinee TN BARCPTCY District of Veniiont is. U L FairfieM the "th .!a .1 pnl, A. D., 1 .. The ' un icp-.tned here'.j -ru notice cf hi-apjM.in'ment j .i-iiuiii e in n mum ii. man, oi uaker-iieni. in tho County of Franklin and State of Vermont, with in said District, who faaa been adjudged a haDkrnpt upon creditor's petition, by the District Court of said D strict. 4w.1w SAMUEL II SOULE, Assignee. IS BANK RTJPTCY. district . r Vermont, ss. At Newprrt tlie ytli ilay ol April, A. 1)., 1-,9. The ucleri'ijjricd lierel) pe notice of their sppuint taent as assignees of A. S. (1, uh, if .Newport. In the Ooanty of Orleans and state of Vermont, witlun said District, lrho has been adiadaed a Lan.rapton ereoitors' petitkn. hj-the Ilistriet Conrtof said dis trict. EL1SIIA LANE. ) LLT11KK HAKHU, AsSlpMCS W. t GILMA', 3 TH BANK RUPTCY Ihstrlct of Vermont, JL Rutland the l.tb day ol April, A. J). At -he umiersi-ntMl herebv i-tves notice ofhisaDDo antment as assignee of the ffeve beale Company of Brandon. a the County of Rutland and fetate of Vermont, 1UUI1 saiQ IMStnet- wlin 1.. tt mriMil n K.nb. upon his own petition, bv the District Court of said District. 2w3w JACOB EDGERTON, Assignee. ELMS' IRO.V BITTERS Will enrich Uie blood and prevent il from bceetniai watery and weak, zive a healthy complexion, re store the appetitenvieprato the system, and are very palatable. These hitters are recommended to all persons requiring a safe and valuable tonic, to Impart tone and strength to the system, not given ly Bitten merely stimulant in their effects; which, although triey may possess tonie vegetable proper ties, cannot fire the strength to the blood )iich the iroa oiirrrs wuicive. I'reosred bv Km. milt Chsinlit. r, r ... Week. 4 Potter, Wholesale Anents, i;OHa.hlnston Koiton. and l,v 1Vd.IMi k,n. I eauy, aar.Mtum 3ldrf iscm cnls. UXITEIJ STATES 'iili-miil Itctenue Taies, lfioa. COLMJCTOK'S XOTICK. VTOTICE is hercliv siren tliat the Annual Taiea 1 for 1869, In tho'Third Collection Dlitrkt of Ver mont, as ajMgfod non 1 noomef, Lioenws, CarrlaeB. Watcher, Ac, are now due and payable, ami that 1 will attend ray Kit, or by Deputy, at the followlnt times and placet to receire the came, Til . CHITTENDEN COUNTT. At my OSke In Barlinston, from tho ltth to theMth oT April, 1969, ineluJire. At Seoser'i Hotel, Milton, on Tuoaday, April 27th. At Ranmm'9 Hotel, Richmond, on Wedaanlay, April 2;th. I'ertom r.eileetln: to iny their within tho time abora (Itemed, will t required U pay ioml emit tot notice, and after ten daye.j&w per erat. ad ditional npon tho asoount of the tax, with intercat awl oost of oolleclion, Taxw can be font hy other puna, and receipt. will be returned. ANSON J. C1UNE. (". llt-ckT 'M District. Vermont, Burlington, April IJth. Ii. dtwiw WANTKR. A. Dimg Store. I want 'purchase tho STOCK iXl STHJ Of a DRCO 3TOK in a irood looatloa la Vermont. Address M. Ii. ROOT, April It. wlm Byield, Hasa. SUK1 POTATO KM. miTE subscriber vfien for sale a limited amount of JL the celebrated VANDERVEEU POTATO, claimed to bo one of tb. bast rarleUes before On public. It Is a white, thin-salnned, tender and fttte srained Potato, of uiort excellent naror, and has been known to prod nee twice as much as the Peach Blow, and one-third more than the Harrison, with the same colli ration. Price 1 a neck or W r baaboL Address IRA ROBINSON. Colcherter, April 1-'. I369-Qw2w POTATOES. EARLY ROSE snd U ARRBON POTATOES, Warranteit gun nine. Tor sala by T. B. BROWNELL. Colchester, Vt., April 12. -41w2w NOTICE OP DISSOUTTIOX. fpiiE Copartnership heretofore cxistJns under the i. firm name of S. C Rtiyuolds A Co. is thia day dissolvoit by limitation. S. L REYNOLDS. W. V. REYNOLDS. W. D. RICE. All accounts will be sijttled, and the business con tinued as heretofore, by the underiijpied under the -isnc linn name. S. L. REYNOLDS. W. V. REYNOLDS. Winooski, April 0, 1 W. t2w2- FARM FOR S.I I.E. BY the iulcribar. on a lonjt credit, one of Uio best IJairy and shoap Parmr In the Comity, If not In the State, of Four Hundred Acres, with suita ble build mtca, located in the Beutt - part of Uilltstf u and fct. f ieorse. WM. bl'TTON. St. George, April W tlwtf FRESH ARRIVALS lry GowIh, Grotcries, ml Rolls of Papar HaBg;nf!, TEAS, COFFEES, 4o., AT - M. BRIGI1AM-S. WBsTFOtn. VT. Thi k. ooils are all fresh from l narkct and will bo sold low Sir caib. Ai'WlH fetw ROBERT lL,ia WAX'S INSTATE. WE, TLo srnC'RIBlhavmKb appoints) i by the Honorable the Probate ouii for the IKtwxirt of Chittenden, CommUsionen' fen receire, ezamme and adjnst the claimi and dem and of all pt'rMm ajminst the estate of Robert tui Ubmu. late of Westford, in said Ibrtrkrt, renresenteu iruolrent. and also a.1 claima and demands exhim ted in off- bfreof, btiuir allowed by aald Court for that pnr-P"W- we do tlierefure hereby rire notice, that we will attend to the imlnott org or anpointment at tbe dwelling of Mm unilli... iriM,.;. Wettfbrd, in said Dlstriet, on the fiwt Tuendaye r Slay and October next, at to u'clock. a.m., m each d t aid days. Dated this 'tb day of Aprfi AJ. 1S6S. 120w - CI T B. DAVIS ESTATE. 1TE, tbe Sabcriber. having been apiHdnted bv ' ! the Honorable the Probate Court 6,r the Dii- ' trictof thittndrn, t'ommift-foaors to receive, ex- I amine an! adjust tho arlanw and demand of all m-r- Burhmrt, n. inlaid mk IZiLZI 112TZ swnsi un viai of touy B 1 1?, late of thereat d mx m.-tiths from teday fithu .late ut-rvui. Dews aiioweu Dy said UovtJbr that pur-!.-. we ibi tfaerWbre hen-by cfre tntict .that we will attend to tbe business of our app,.ii tint'tt at t' e -fhee or e. J Alger, in Burlington, in ... ln-tnrt. on the fcrst Tuefdavsofelane ant- K:tber nt7i,.ii.ii,'.vl?eiL- A- Maeh of Mid days, lasted this fah day of April A. P., lfio. ILL. 1UIBY i Comic jsT-ne rs. wJri XAHOI MI att r en's "est ate STATE OF ERMONT, The Bomm.Me m ltonctefttttenden,KC!wtt? i'i1, for tfl ' 3 District rf Chittenden, i To all parsons mtem-ud in the estate of Nahoa haiturk, late f Bnrl.sgtou, in :d District "lirHLREAS. said t ourt hath affiiffred th M 1 T da of May nxt lor the HiUrimm i lh :m'ih ii'-tral.on amount oflhe Admiuirtrati.r ofO i.staie said deceased, and ordered v pubheno(ifetherrbogv to all persons uiVt i-lM in W -tat,-, by publishing ild- ..rdcr finw '' -nr.--.,U pfi-vumetv tli dat u.-rr ,t,i jn the ' BurlmgUvn Free Press,- printed in ilur' n-t in id lt.itrict. " .iTBi,P.,,.r:'"U!ltThrr,1,4l n'a?d toBiiMsirst the Probate t ourt r..m, in BuriingtOB, c n tVdav signed, then and there to ctmUet tht: jlkanre of iaid account, if y u caoe. oiven under un baud, thi &tb da A.D ls1i. i i of April, i-" T. r. WALF s. Judge. i SI LV1A DEAN'S ESTA7 ."E. i oiait. vr . nnaufl i', To alt pe; en- district or cunrxi dm. s. i , r. "J the estate of .toan, late of Cbarlottf, in said District, defeased. t.Rr.KTlSG At a Pndiate Court hOkw at Barl ,ostoo witiiiu and Tor the lstrict of Chittenden, u.e th da? of Anril A. D. Ih69. an lM.Jt " AV'13-' italic bo ti e last Will and Teatamen J Kliia 1st of Charlotte in nd,, sented to the Couroiuawid, f pSTa " K ordered by said Court that tb a M dav of v D. im. Uie PnAata?,' IL'Jl: airf notiM jhefbef.ito all personTcon: cerned, hy puhllshiiaf: thu order three weak, rne eesslvely In tbe '-Itarnaataa Free Presa." a imnrn.. per printed at said BrSS 5" appMaMa. THsaaronE. yon are hereay notified 1 1 aDoear be freldCoart at the t ime a7laTi,,rS?drTd cnntMt tlie nrohWe of said WiU. (r y have eaaie Given under my bead at BarllneVin In said Hi. trkit.tl.Uatl,dayorArn,nar? ,tw3w , T. K. WA1ES, Jnd-e. i:l.I7.a K. KI'RR1TTS estatk. STATE OF VKR3IONT, l E OF VERMONT, 1 rjx) aU persons con of Chittenden, as. C fj??"1 ln theErtate " " Ji Eliaa R. Burritt. late mrlM of I . , . . Jul Biia R. Burritt, late of Shelhurn, in said District, deceased. At a Prohate Court hnldcn at Burlinston. within of April, A.D.IV3, an Ivsraoaurr. purportiar i' be Uie last W i L.L. ami Ttsiiamrr 0f Oar ritt, late of Bholborn tn said Di-trirt, deieslod, was presented to Uie Coot aforesaid, for Probate and It is ordered by said CoraVuSTtb. tb dtay oi M.y, A. D ITO. at lie ProbCW Rooms aid Burlington, he ssteed for provlnesW In strument , and thafiotrra be efven to ill vlfCTuT.'um.ntF- Taniaroaa, yon are hereby notiUcd to anncar lfcresdrt,tth. ae.ii pSS VrS and contest the proaaUof said will, if you have Given under my hand at Bm-llnelon. in sail DU trict,thlsHthdaytiIAnrtl,AJns69 ""3 T. a WALES, Judte. STSEDS. KEXTf C-KT TH.CE CRASS SERB. OKCIlAIll) 6R.t8S SEXn. IIKUDS CRASS SEED. WIIITi: CLOVER SEKI). RED CLOVER SEED. R El) TOP SEI.I). 1'I.im i R TRt hhlSsS, m:ei wiiKvr. seed bii1li.1. seed i'eas. m:ei pi. inters. CORX I'L-VSTURS. And a general assortment of Plows, Harrow., aM all implonn nts used on tlie Farm or Cardan. Also, a choice selection of Kluwer Seeds, Iromtliocilfhniteilllrm of II(,iey .t Co., Boston, au'l Vick, of Roehcter For -silc I.i J. S. I'EIRCK 4,'sox. April 12. Miwtf E ) R Children Toetliiiic;! MOTHEKS I MOTHERS MOTHERS i waf rait to mot rr.i. Jlvs. WiiisIo'.s SOOTStr.VG S'ItVI, I on cmLoaaa tkcisisu. 'I'lllS valuable preparation has lrn u-, a th X SEtSB-FiiuSG success in thou-amlsoU.iM.-s It not only relieves the child from pain, lot in vigoratcs the stomach si bswels, oarrect ai iditt and gives .tone atrfcaergy to the wholesi-tuu. It will also instantly relieve Criplusiu the IIoucls and Wind Colic. We believe It Umiest and srmr nim n the ",ifM;'nal!.C" of, !)Jf'"-y and Dtarrhua. in el'use ' wlleUlcr "Wngfrom teething orany Mhe FulidirecUons for uslnr will accompany each Ut ile. Be sure and call lor MRS. WISSLOWS SOOTniNO SYRUP, Having the fi,,mUt ef " Craris 4 Pasim" niwn TO RENT. rpliREE good DWELLING HOlbES andanoOhw X to rent. All con.nirnt tithe hnuare. Apply to 8.1IEACII, March KeV-Mtr loUezeSt. Ilea- 3cm Hdwlisfnwnls. YOU"C 31 EX'S ASSOCIATION. OF TH1 SEAIO.f, Before the BURLIMSTO.N VOUNH HEN'S ASSO CIATION, wiU be delivered by CJcii. .1, L. Cii.iinlierlaiu, Oorauw or Xauii, CITY HALL, IlUIlLLVOTOX, TUlSffllAY Uvenln;, April 'Olli, I80y. ssaJxcT: " Itce's Smt'eitifer." Boon open at 6.13 o'clock. Lecture to begin promptly at half-past seven o'clock. TICKETS SO CEXTS. For sale at the Book Stores and at the door. April I!. -fdiwlw new nanus. Wo have this day reoeiveil our Spring SiocTc o!" I fry StKids, Comprising, as usual, selections of desirable style and fabr'c from both the SEW YORK Jfc BOSTON MARKETS. We cannot in a short advertisement notice the va rious kinds and qualities or goods ; we can only say that we have many novelties, and many styles of standard goods which wOl repay an inspection. Our stock of BI.E.U 1IED I.IXKN DAMASKS is especially complete. EDWAKD BARLOW, No. IV, Church Street April I', W dwtf 1869. 1869. SAYE YOrR MOXEY. Ti.ublo. Delay? and Expeaae, and take your confi rt pito W by the .Vorthrm Trnnportation Company- TWO Daihj Lines vf Steamers! DAY BOAT AWD 7T1G1IT BOATS With Twenty Pirt Clajn Steamen. Only SIX DAYS through to MILWAUKEE AND CHICAGO. Without Change of Boat y F!rt Ctiiw Ticet.- include Heals and State ItuuQY Leavmv Opirn-iiurj; evrey day, (Seodajs except ed), on arriral f noun train, for Cf'Wj', Vth luMfuHi! Inttrmtiliut PmrtM. Without Iknnyt of H'nit, ,mt rtrry ttentmi, ',5mrff u ctptt,l tt f teti'inj, Toi4, Dttrott, Htt Ititrrmedtitte fartn. PiiHi'i-atr- and Families muring Wet, can embark with their Lurzafre, Team. Stock, tte., aad land t-srether witbout dittiittmnee or Traiub foment, at tliflr pt.rto! d"tInatJoa, thuj avoiding the great inronvnufpce of the maHT chances delays and ex-ptu- of ottter routea. These SKeauera hare larre tAb.D." and State Pxim, amply and noatlv furn-i-hct, fiir Fr-t "bv- Patnse. and Seoond'CahUw with Cik k an-1 ctimfttrtablo accemmcdatloos for PaH-u'Ts and Fam:llee, who mary wish to fur n 4i their 'W r p'' .vision. So cflhrtg will be ipanMf t. iiuiut. v t. r.-iiiitat,.n ( f thin, as the CtfEAP LT AMI F.rT R'LTE: Be sure and ee tli A ent of thia line before ou buy 3 ar t Trusty men will always meet Pitwrii;- t tin Depot in Ofenflfewrs, to take , ieeasa:.d r'h-c bsitrfte ftr this line. l trt..'kft v'.i Northern Traiporttkin Cm nan 11 t?amen The only Aaaerkan inet leaTin; 0'"tt-L MUr-- WwwtH ii-ali it tbe interest of ev , " T veKr toMe the Asntf of th:$ Line hefere purcU-u "l?,wh. "One Uundrtd Poun.!n of i Bhsai;? UiSrfmS! T to aU pomto In tbe Great West, v ..V li??.1. ni Snath West, cheaper than the L-bcaijps. i A-etit, Oiti" Met K. ft. NU1T1I t.em. i icKet Azent. mif cor TorJ and P.tt rs a Ocdensburs. N. T. ntv. tppof.te Jvhuoo ibme, T J. UOOD.NO. rawenirrr .t. j Tieki ts for Onteef, a!-, at .ill i m BurltBwvmat all Tick-1 at ln, ''n thG nfl,,,it Central an.I Rut i a.1 Hailna.l &n "T "In.,.P,,fM ii La' ChaaijiU.n. April 1 1 dAwCni 11 ST REC E1VEI). n' the- mvyj KL'.v spkin(; sn 1S OF m:iper ir.f.vcr. Wis .' At.o C' tir t'lj ti Uar,l, afnllliBe W1V01V Sll IFS. OORtK TASrtlS, 1U5IASKS. CII1I.T1RENS' t'ARIHAi.Esi, 0FAS, LorXCE." and FE.IT1TERS, 1 , general afrtrce n: tf I t R.VMTVRE. n AM.EN X STONE'S. t I t.-'.Awtr THE REVIVALIST. r ;,,Epn iiillman, tr t, n. t. 4 NFW HWl N AND CIIORCS BOOK, for Social j Ri'v.wi Met tf DgsOems of Sacred Sitag. ti-i"ifdf r the '-loeet, tbe Family, tho Sunday School, the Prat er Clsu or Conference Meeting, as w -ell a the li. :vi It watoms ahout 4it t hace j Hymns, and ...hm,,,! stiirmg fliornifos, aet in arly I-und m co-Hi. TnflA. ideal MeM it a-, wri anally j written r.' ' nmt 1 ttni. , , Pr f.r-hilip Phillips sa of it. "Asa Wk for timefofrrrt).hine,'itis, mi judgment, nns passed, anil wreath ncede all oar fhur-tfheV i.ev.j. T. 1 K. 1 I nu-ni it to the Charcli aver 1hre. riireTji!; rTiL ivo'iunon mi - 1 had rath, have it tl.,... .11 tlie niK- N,oks in l aingin - boots rer pchl'Shtd. Rev. Vt. II. P.,- 1're.ideat of the taatea .eolt m of ennonf. -ay. "Wehaveat Witney, dt VU d -n h ur each week for 1 coming hi saliiar with it- --"h u: -ttlnj h.ts only enhanced Its a wth iu oar estiij tion. It i. .t luster ofjewels rk Wy stranr I find "i t raoro ru-ii and thoroughly tsralfaible material f r tlie purin.se contemplated in i as puUleatioa.than in any Ho r wrk ,f the kind I h. sve ever known." Price St per copy -, or, lu per i k aan. 8pee-men ropies sent b mail, postaff. paid vpon reeeiot ot l For sole l. S.MC:.TIHOTe, April in axwtT .3u rlingtoo, Vt. W I.E. M E V A TED by a 1 tasmfacturing O Co. b. tratel and sell by sample new line of RIOIJARIW A Co., 113 Chestnut St. PhUadalphla. Pa. aplr.tdtw V.J (;) I FOR 0K IKll-.AR. AfrnU 1 will please cut this out. and snsl for partiev 'Acs, I- FARM KUiE a CO.. 738 Sai isoai Sc., Phila iVIlAia. Pa. apl:,t'l4w COLGATE "CoT C, nioinel with 61yocriue !s reexrmmended Tjr the use of LADIES ami In the HCRSERV. rsiEPsi a A NO LlVi-Uk COSCPL.lJ.VT. IMIHIRTANT CERTIFICATE. liann; l'"n nlC,i-ll with chronic disease ofthe hc-.t ii- orpins, ftSeecntied ry physio'.ans s en l.irs- I'icri- -ftlie l.ver and inlhtinaaatioB orthe-t hu ,icp.) ! r ui, re than ten yeari, and raftered what words can n'o'r descrllie, without re lief fnen tbe most -eieNntM medical skill that 0ouM be oonsult ed, I was inauced by the phys aria, whe last strand ed me to try DODO'S NERVn.lt AKD IJIVIOOR ATi R lie had wltaessed Its aslhat. he said, ta his own prac:. cc, and could recoDixasssa it in the high est term 1 hal about lost ftdth ha everythinr hat I followed his advice, procursHi the meaidM. The effect insplml me with hope. I continued Its use, and still improved; following it ap. I grewstronger and stronger, and suffered teas smd leas from ray troubles This for some mouths until I was reliev ed and ni-.sj.l it no longer. Dodd's Nervine restor ed me to coniplcto and sound health: and no laa- guage is u uu to express um srautude I reel n welle- i re. 1 am ther. ui;ln our. ...i! mg r. . . . 1!, h.,r. nr. ol un- ;.r my 'io rible t ' r that had mr un . most wi .ed. No one e.i. . has not experienced a Ilk- r i er E. B. LIBBV. For sala by oil Drug.-ts at f'nt' Dol'ara BotUc. aplr.tdAwsiv ACESiTS A.NTEO FOR THE Sigbts niid Secrets of tbe A'ationnl Capital, A work ..efcrtr-t . Wihinit.-t. l"it liw.'.. .,n f FvtW'-ti. Tli.-Lii-.-t no J: thrilling, mrt entrrtaimng, Instructive, and starf- r immk oi tiir itai . iaTJena lor circulars, wita n, c. A.l !rc 1MTED STATES PUBLIMI- Co., Ill Br ...-ne Street. New York City. a.lT,tdAw4 . GREAT DISCOVERY Z Th. Eqinl 7(r or Vacuum cure for treat'ng a'l i.-io.-t--' i.'.i'.ai ea. i-ie.iL-. 'nicnte.! I.y Ilr Ifil licl'', il Un ni .11. hio mid lor "ale in New E i" ui.i onli- bv Dr. f. F. CoI.ii-., No. II 1'iford Htre't, i It i- ' in- .in i. r ,f thi' I'nj -.cuin and all concerned, plea-e call and examine, f send ff.r i 'reular. It is to your interest. Stare Irak '"sale. aplT.Awlwj Comity riht K. !. SCHOfsiS CO., M VMrFAITTREHS OF I'lnntr'. ahartiiu:. Water V.'heel-, PUnu 1 Vi 1 Saw Mri-.t.n-tM 1!- MrM.iIil. Slnto '1 .Pper Mill- lleai Fursiogsaatl 'jU . r i. .in.i Un.l;i". Patenthtone J)ij scrs. Patent Irai Sawa, Horve Pow en. bteara thtfts. Boilers and Puinp", Iron Fenee and ItatI- insiren k DraesCaftiDg?. 1LS0 Dealen in STL 3I AND OAS fittim;s ALLKUM. Lf" - . L Rubber Bel I in? and iW. AQExn rcn latent gtaaai Paella?, Jrone'a Tidit Drill j, CorlUi &3ineland Worth! n;ton'i Putdjh. l'loneer IEnIhllns-- Huttlngta-ii, t. 11 ii.hu 11 jLS. I K 0 CoftGW, J Feb.2.-dJkwIy She gailu 'rcc grcsn & Slimes. THE If aily Free 1'rcsn V Times, is raiusnrs Twice n Day, (SuaatasceptssU nns Fit BE 1'KESS ASSOCIATION, Cllesre St., Rxrllv.i. vt. It is the largest naOy Paper bat easj SortL cf Troy, and famishes ita readers .HOICK ltIS.VUL.VR JIATTEK than any other. In its eolumns may be f. and Till! I.ATKST xnws By Telegraph and Mail Twice a Ita;. . I.OOAI. .1X1) STATU NTtIVS, Folly reporteii. (OKItKSl'O.VI)H.VCK From WashhiKton, Boston, New York, London and elsewhere. KDITORIAI. DISCUSSIONS Of important matters as they come ap. .MARIiET UKl'ORTS By mail and tetegrsph, from New Yrk, Boetca and the Weit. GEXKRAT. XETVS, Choice Selected laucellaneoos Reailia;, and every thins Behuj to mako sp a good Daily Taper. ON SATURDAYS BXT11A SMK1ST A IV b issued, eoassiains; a large ssaoaat of rlualile readlntt matter. QT Ttrettv column, of Ttadiwj a Ate, and Twtniy on SoferaVry. ur Toe wiar nut Best Daily Paper. subscribe fV the DAILY FREE I'RKSS & TIMKS. Einarr TkoujiKft a year, or Two Dot. lacs a iur ter, for either eilithw. The Free tKt Awociation, Bnaxnrona, Vt THE WEEKLY FREE FRESS. PR RMITTMS! 2i hmittmf: i ivtmiirm T GET YOt'K PAPER CIIKAPLY ! Something Besides! READ THE FOLWVING, - m-t. ti fink Then o to Work ad 8t up t lulu . . . & Premium for JZrerytoeay xvv EVEKYB'JD IN 011 A PREMIUM ! f The WszkLT Ferx Facs is a iare sbet.t (.1 tb.r ty six c,huuc, ,riv!n a liraek am ant of rtwlmg i matter than any paper in tb. partf the country. ' aad more than many T the city weeklies. U Con tains every week GENERA I. NEWS From ail parts of tbe roan try acd the world, VERMONT XEW-S In fall detail. COCNTF INTE'-LIGENt E. fur-nishe-1 by r.-ee'al t.rresi-cdents, from Chltten- , den. Franklin, Lamoille, Grand Isle, Wa-H- j In --ton anl Addison Counts, giv'n,: the home news that j ! 4- Tv EVERT VERXOXTER aT HOME OR AT THE WEST DES1BES TO BEAD. MARKET REPORTS Frwm Bost.'u an i N.w York, of thi- Stock, Pro and Cattle MrtU't-. received by ma.1 and r graph to t m rayrfprnftng. a:on BEtlLtR Wty SPECIAL t OKHES" FOXDEXCF Fr Washins, . Sew Tora, IKv-h W a and eoints, gi.iag much fre.-ii mteliigtnce - and entertains reading. a irnir -LTTBIL BEPARTMEM, AX AGKIC . practical Ftircser. cntaiiain Edited by a sVilIfi. weekly, frigTital at tek. wtitti-n espe-jllv for sb subject.- of gtntfal tho FitEK Pas, u. Mnrt Farmer'. interest to Yen. nUKETCHLS wfag t a'iui PtETRY. TALES AX. And earr.puUy selected ai A matter. ct'., ttc, The whole fonuin-r what nvw a '-.mw. The Rest Paper in Vermt Northern Now York, Thoroughly Repnnliean ia pvilitics, tli.' Faaa: Press is not partisan or partial ; and the feet Aa. scores of Democrats are n w sajijcribtng for It a proof that it to fouod li aa talr anst ood i"!' f"f tal-minde1 men. The subscription l"t orthe fa-E Paxsa has lJjriely tn...r ;.ain .a-..,, month., bnt it. roilli-heis ! rt1" to donbl. it- cirruhtti durins th- oe three Ktontus , ana M eiii-t as many w w n-.-is the work as possible, "Ser fr April Isl.? July 1st the foil. .ni V RE .Si t?.f For U-mt- i .ub-eril-err PRESniMS. . -nun as- JH '"r: r, aXit i W wiil s.md the Am. Agriculturist, BiveriW Maa- sine or Our Muaisj ias tor on, yrar. -llraith a.1 Uomo or Godcj " tadj' B.k for a year. 3. Fur POL'S a. it M rw-n rmu ru-.-i.--A. Atlantic or Galax j jCtbihes Or a year. . . 4 Far Fff' .ir , -rtV. ml -l-l.arper-. Monthly, Harper's W x kly or Harper's Bazaar for a year. 5. Fer SIX arir .4srriif r. a. ' 4l- Any two ol tlu- above or Prans'sCliromo, "Th. Barefoot B- y." 6. f SUE are- i-.4er mtt (. J Prangs Chromo " Late Auturaa," or " Barly a "ma. 7. jrer ElOHT nr. mbmrOm ad 1S Pain r ''M SHver Napai. Blags, or Prang's iTiromo ' . her ries"; or " Strawberries." 9. r or JVfJfE nbmrilm mul 1 18 A Storeoeecpt anl 1 dos. Selected Views, or Chas. laihi WiiisjibT, 9 vols. . RVr TJT.Y in sssrritsr, aaaf Jjo-Pmrg's Chro mo afaaaaesBa, or tlurt. ofthe above mag siner, era dtn. Table Spoons, treble plated. 10, a or FUTCFJI a semerrt esuf f30 Two .OS, " Easter Mornlag" and " atadalena." Ch 11. SVr j,TiaTr mriKrOm m4 $'0 A Isold Watch C."- 12. TWES TT-FIt I- trr nesseri'ser mi jO A Slew WaU vrarraBtad. IX Fee VlFTl raw "rt"J ' 100-A WhUr A UfUtonSewIac lfachlne, new and warrant 1. sweui sc tt OKir-tiost. For 13 cash we wiU send u Rivenldo Magaiine or v fobs, v- ForeMbaWe will seatt th Faaa Paaae r n 1 Putnam' Monthly, or the AaUatla Monthl . r the Gribivy; one year. F..r $- eat, we win eod the Tx'-xm Pana en I Har per Monthly, or lL.rTr'?Iy'. - liarir -Bazaar MlTK - ::. Wl."i I'-erO'iim-;i"v tnU-in an.m anee or discount from the above Se.un scan be given, on subscription to the Pav.r Pres . 2d. The Ma-axines abovo nam. si w. 11 e sent di 1Ior - rect from ders should be sent to tbe Fbec l-s.a.8 Otlice 3.1. All --OO.I- offend a" pre wiun:. "ther than masolincs wiU lo deli., red it oar office, and will '.e war-anted JMid snd all we claiu' th-m to be, Iiiivii.k iTiea purrhs 1 1 1 outs, lies e-pr. 'J f'-r th - p- r posa. Every lwd can iret somethini:. Order- lor clul.. with the money , rnay ho ent ir i at any time, up tj JULY 1st, and should state wb it premium is to in. ai iblied for. If you do not get limh fu- a 1 , high p remiuui, y. u .-an take a 1' wcr one. 15- One . ur own oami-, od well as tuo. ) "ca-1, a ad address ail letters to THE FREE I'RBSS, Bnai laoasor, Vr. 10,000 Acnt. W V.VTBD on commission or salary, to sell the AMKIUCAK YE.VR BOOK for lts. It oontalas is st the information which everybody- wants . bH irerl. of times a year, and si lis with naparslleled TsuMIty, even among those who sehien look at a Rulsi-rliitioa Book. Nearly every I amily will buy It. and it will be found about as ST eat a necessity i amons .il classes as itKj 0.11 0. nj ..o-r'. 1 U BERAL SALARIES paid to eKpenenctd. e1l- L.Lntcanvas.-ers. Send for circulars and full mlor .'. matlon. O. D. CASK A CO.. Publishers, llartford.Conn.. Cincinnati, 0..apdChlcsffo 111. J April l2-dlt4w3t Sanhrupf Jloliccs. MHIlS Is to give notice: That on the 3d day or X April A. I. 1569, a Warrant in Biakruptcr waa lamed aafnst the eatate of Collina ILSteren of Kast MostpelTer, In the County of Washington' and State of Vermont, who has been adjudged a tUnkrupt on the petition of hia creditors , that the arment of any ciehU, and delirery of any property elminx to Fuch Bankrupt, to him, or for his uae, and the tranfferofany property by him Are forbiden bylaw; that a meeting of the creditors of said Kink rupt, to prove their debts, and to cbooee one or more Ajwiffueaw of hid eetate. will 1 held at a Court of Iiaokruptey. to be holdee at tbe ofhee of L. L. Lawrence, in Iiurlinaton. tn tho County of Chitten den and State of Vermont, before L. L. Lawrence, Recirter in Bankruptcv, on the 3Pth day of April A. D.tv.. at woVlockA. M. N. B. FLANAGAN, Deputy t'uitod States Marahal, a leatenjer. tlw2w rpniS istoirJTe notice X April A. D. K9 That on the 3d day of I-?, a warrant In lUnkrupury was wned asainrt the estate of Mmeon II. nuxton. of Ildepark, in thu Coantyof Laawilleand btate of eimoDt who ha bn m judged a Bankrupt on lus own petttbin, that tho payment of any debt, and delivery of any property belonxW to ch Bank rupt, to bim, orlbr hie nee, and the tranafl-r or any property by him, are forbtddea by law. that a meet laz of the creditors of said Baiikrupt, to prore their liebu, and to choose one or mere Aagtgneea of his e tate, will beheld at a Court of Baokraptey, to be holdea at the office of L. L. Lawrenoe. in Boriinic t'n. in the County 'f ChiUaDdeuand State of Ver mont, before L. L. Lawrence, Remitter in Bank rnptey, on the tth day of May A D. l-9, at ,o o'clock A. M. N. B. FLANAGAN, 41wW Deputy U. 8. Manhal, a Messenger. IN me i i"tri.t Court of tbe duted SUtea. .f or the D tr) : of Vermont In the matter of William B. r...ike. Bankrupt. Notice is hereto given that a S'tition hu been filed in mid Court, by Wm. B. Uko t Loudon m said District, dnly declared abai kraiit urnier the Act of Congrettf of March -i. lHj?, tor a (I -eliaree and certificate thereof, from all bis de and ther claims provable under aW Act, and that the jith i'.a. of April, W.'-. at li o'clock A. H-, before tho Ii n. Wm. D. bhipmaa, Judx of said Court, at tbe Inland Ilnuse In Roekinichajn, is attdgned tKr tilt h.-irin of the same, when and where all creditor who hare proved their debts, and other perron? iu n.rest, ina attend and tliow cause if any the liaie, why the prater of said pe t tioo ?houid not f jrantt d Dated at Burimtor, on the 3rd day of April 4iw2w. B. B. SMALLFTT, Clerk. 15 the District Court of The Catted States for the District of Vermont. In tbe matter of Arthur F. Barton, Bankrupt. Notice is hereby given that a petition ha been lied in mid Court, by Arthur P. Bartow of Charlotte in said District, duly declar ed a bankrupt under tho Act of Congress of March 2d. i.iCr. for a dbMrhargc and eertiSeate thereof, from all his debt and other claima pro Table under said Act,and that the 20b day of April, l?9,at lOo'ebxk A ML, betbre the Ucn. Wm. D. Scupmaa. Jadf ef said Court, at the Island flooM in R-nrbans, Is as signed fbr tho hearins of the same, when and where all creditors who have proved their dehta, and other parsons m intareat. may attend asn show cause, If an tluy huve, why the prayer of said pe tition should not he granted. Dated at Barlinston, on the 3d day of April 1 861. 41w2w B. B. SMALLEV, Clark. TN the IV-Tict Court of the United States for the L District of Vermont. In the matter of Albert Wella. Bankntnt. In Bankruntev. To whom it m&ir onneern. Tba andersisiBed herehv ffives noiiee of bis appointment as aesiiee of Albert Wells, at Browninion, Connty of Orleans and fitSkte of Ver mont, within sans Dutriet, who imsbesa ajtUsttteedft ttackrt.pt un his own petitioa, by the Distrkt Ceurt Dated at Newport, in mid District, tbe Ska day of April A.u. law. r , L. ROBINSON, tlWSW IN the Dbtr'ct Court -f th United States fbr tbe rHtrict of VcrnTont. In th matter of rarlosC. Abbott, Bukrupt. In Bankruptcy To wbota it BMur fti,nMrn . The nnderinMi herttbi fivtes nottee i of his app' intment s avisiwo of Carina C. Abbott, 1 of Vergeiinee, in tbe County of Addison, sad Stat of Vermont, within aid District, who has been ad hi'lged a inkrupt upon hit own petititn by the I Ditliet Court of Wid IHrtrict. i Dated at Burlington, in said District, the 29th day I fltarehA.D. I y. t0w3w WM. Of. HOYT, Assignee. TN the Oittrict Court of the United States for tbe X District of eriuont. In the matter of ZebIosi Xtiiiw.- Bnuihm.iL In Bankranter. Tb whom It mar ' onocm The underdgne-l herebv gtves aotteeof , h9 jntwcnl aMenee of Zebwioa Joawa, of ! uient, In said District, who has been adjudged a mkraptuponhLM.writiibytheiHstreoart cf said ltriet. , Patei at Purlmstoa, In satd District, the athday -rHf.rrh A IV w?v was. n. tiOTT, Assignee. I Pi the IWstriet Court of the Cn-ted States fbr tbe i District tf Yermoat In the matter f Pi laser ilont. Bankrupt. Notee is hereby given that a pe tition has been filed in said Com t, by Palmer Hunt of Es?t. Jn said filtriet. duly dtclare-iabaskrapt ucdrrthe Act of Conxress or March 3, t-7, for a . discharge and certificate thereof, from all kds det-ts and other claims provable under said Act, and that I the 3tth day of April, !"'&. at 10 o'clock A.M., be fore the Hon. Wm. D. Sbipraan, Judge of saM Court, 1 at the I laud H use in Rockiaghain. is assignad for i th bearing of tho mow. whn ani where ail credit- j ors who have pro ed their debts, and other persons !n interert. .nny attend and scow eaase. if aay they have, whv the prayer of saKi petitiaa slMld aot t granted. The second and third meetings of credit- , , trrs will he hld at the same time and place. Dated at Burlington, on the 27th day of March, ! . 4tiw3w B. B. 6 MALLET, Clerk. ' ' I S theDi.tr.ct Loan !. X lnstrictut Vermont. in in nMmunr vt vbjo' p. Withcrt ce, Bankrupt. Notiee hereby given that a petitiou has been filed in said Court, by C!.a. F. Wit&crrve, of Orweli. in said Disttiet, duly de- ' elared a 1ankrupt under tbe Act of Congress of M.nhi r. ftr i ilisrtlurraanrfeffrtilleate inereoC. Irom all his dehtu sad other claims provable wader aid Act. and that the 3Kb day a April, lo9, at Irt clock A. M., befbre the Hen Wm. D. Sbipman, in, -o t'onrt At the Mand House. In B-ck- I IngLam, argued Tor the bearing of the same, 1 ht sand whsrBll saiiarm who hare nrovedtfaetr debts, and other person la interest- naay attend and K SOT Hated at Burlington, on the 27th day of March, , g. s VALLEY, Clerk, : TV '., rKrtrifTl t'onrt of the United State for tbe District. r Vennnt. In the matter of Charles Jluns-'cn. uaisrupc. .ww uvrcoj gicn iti a petition ttis lHvn tiled in said t ourt, ny i narics liuustoii, oi anorenam, n mm uj t dared a banitrupt under the Act ef Coaayss of March lv :,Rfa iiscna'ge anu njon.c uiciti from al. h.s U and other claims prov:ie nnder sahl Act, aatl that the 5lh day of April, l-9 at 10 jti.ab a M Vscforo tha tlnn. Um. I bbiumaii. Judge of fiaid Court, a: tho Island Houe, in Jtoek- inglisni, is asKgnrti n r inc nrnnna; w tnv nw, ,( whvTi and where all croditow wbohavs proved their Ami mnA nth. t or-ons in interest, may attend and ! sfaoweaua?, if any Uy have, why the prayer of said pctit'on ehuuid not te t-ranteq. The second and ihiMmeitngsofcreift.rs will be held at the same time and nbtce. ' 'ated at Burbngton, on the i7th day of Marcl., ( 11. avlir B. a aUIALLET, Clerk. I t"ie DstrleSCoartof th. fated States for the llSrS'i V,nont-!n the matter of JohnJ. H.murd! Bankrupt -No-iee U.h.b, given tart. narunt swu" .li l-r. lor a dtscnarje aao - T' ","r, hh d-id I-." h,-r elalie. provaol. under said Am. amtcuit ti e -"--a. ,rSl,n. Judge of said rthchal.l:ofthesan, nba and where l -iseuiD ioter.-rt. ma." attend and show u. If I Sn!- 'h" hive, whv th.' prayer f said p-soo S . "l n..t I..' granted. Tue seen.: and third incet S ,' crwitor, will I- hcla at tie ame time and LiStiJ It Barlington,oBthe SJth day of Haroh, l69. iwJw B. B. SMALLEV. Clerk. 1 N tho n tho DL -c-m ."y""'zrAu t oEiiote,-- . . . j. rm of Max -a . t. i .. , ..i..w. TOO nvt w - . - rft(bI aim tueveor, new all "-iTT-.Tekdiarss " AprU. i-O'J. at iu o .-. . H pWs.T ua -I artl T.l ,. . fti sfo y, M..i.forethelIn. WOJJ. 3. ,.V . ''-i i tauul liuuse. whe and whi-re S'guca lor uie no "r-VTr.,p a,' t- t-. un.I other cause, it ' petition inv thev have, why the pray L l litir-lmeet- lUofcredlu rswiil he held at tb-saa.. l'1fS-.!atBurlinrf.n..eithe '.Tth d-y ,SSi3, B-B-SJUIXEy 2i. time ano ' 'acll1 hak. wv-e of said Court, at the Maud I. u- ueigne l I. r th he .rug " I iaS1 ' wberT' a'l ere! &r who h pro whs-nasa. -bo, p.T-.n- in int. tv-t. u al dessts, and e. v tliri lia.e, wh tlip the s proved their I , attend and I aaowudw v tlici essess. TTla- ' n . aid petitun sbeM a ud third m letios '" ss aas tins, ai id place. Dated at BarLtn"' IS69. l.nV0w wh i it. th- prayer of The second , belli at the ..t..r- w.l ,n th.'J''.i 'I i.' ef Hanoi, B. B. 8-''-''LLI T' clcrk Cnlted Slates for the tbe uiol'er of Hoses ' her".) "i1 IS '.i 1 1 - at .urtol v Di-tnct ..' Vermont. Ii. mV.I n- u. Kim krurt Not.c- art, ' . pet l. ii ha- ' . 'n Sled in sal 1 C 'el. sht'iw-." i n. r I -ni.n t"D. .n an: Iisti et MihuOi N.i..2it!tt und tr tho Aft f Cnirr -ar, tn all - , i r iu- ra ireuiKi cert licau- tin h 1 u ! iU er tin. nts jrualle 1.11 . .irri t! it tri. Jltt ia ofAi.nl. !', ut 10 MM 'eWcfcA. M.. K, - Hie Hs 111 tn I. Shium, Jotbce C'tirt r il.. I'ta "'I Hou-h-, in Jb-L-k inel ' 1 tut be inn; ! Uie .titiie, whun an-l wh it. I rn t who hu' pp. e-l t'it ir .l-'tal and other per Dp 'n 1 uteres .mav atten.1 ant )nw cans, if ivtti 'live. -l tin -rjv.r't taid petition t. Midi'1 icrar. iwi. int- -nu uni uiri ukci The -ip, . ,, : cr 1 UjT i 11 he hi-M at th xmc. timeaivl t Burltast.'D, un tbe S.th -y of March, r. r. SUAtsLET, Clerk. I.N tuw i'i'trn Ctjurt "f tho l"nitel State for tbe D'-tr.ft "f enn'-nt. In the matter of Jeee 8. Benton, Ibaiilrni t - Iu rkruitr To the ere-i-lU'rsif Ja..t 1 tok -optaniail tl.. - wbom it may concera The uil! W'1' " -r" of the wtati of ksnimht i,.T. bv -ctvea nvtiee ttut It ha boen ! thtinS ors..fiid bsnkrupt ' n T iSlTT" -v .ST 1 ..-v. a drf Dtatrfet. on th. tth .!. ol i.v D . t Wo"eloet A.M- before the ll.To. Abi 1 1. .-rvr -! o -MOT ta. Resistors la oaak-rupl.-v tn "a..i I'l-tnct, f..- .'he purpoees named in Ih-.-t'ian! -th sections f tho Uaakruat Act of March - 167 and thfs is also t. rive aotleelhatl liave Hied my anal secount as aft hrasas of said bank rupt, and that at said t'me attd p. aes i stall apply to said Court ihr the settlement .4 3y said account, and for a dischar.-e from all UablUty as usiroee of sa'd estate, in accordance with the provhaoiis ef sant j-th sectioi . . . .... . , Ilated at llarrct, -l saoa isarmci, ii- IMarch.lv... ..vir i.rw ;w nuDbn. ii-l - - b IIOGLK A. L.Y1.12S. Daalenta Grocers' Sundries, nEBJIBTICALLY SEALED FRUITS. VECET.IULE!., kc CB4KC hOLTUKllN HOMINY SAMP. iaroKTErts or Cross A- BUekwsfPs Pickles, Sauces, As i Lea A Per kin's Worcestershire Sauce. Sole Ajtents for the Society orshaken. No. S3 HnrrlaySl., New Yoik. Apr.l -,tdwl2w i Yt&&2" ' l'g1,vrfro',';,:,r:r,N.; apeutKiahalnV-'Ha'i4P'J-- . f SJf . jV "I -I'"-- . -." ' 1 ' larch l;.-.Vadweiarwadcert,l, '"hwef , .,, who will ... a-n ' ' - ' L raalt his debts and other claims l-r ; a to urder Mi,i. busing paj i.j : S- a .. . N - T .it .nd that the illth day " 1 ,i,.ruri Nohumlu.- N-iio'i" w.nl.l. sak 'NS tbe SSL Wi. D- Shipmau. , ' "., " . vjoNRUK K ENN KDV A ' teic gdceriisemenfs. rpo THE AVOIIKING CLASS Minnv X Prepared to famish all cbv with eon5U: . -ptoymcat at their homes, the whole ef the tim. or for the spare momenta. Busineai new, light ar j profitable. Fifty cent j to $3 per eveninrriT - .v earned by persons of either sex, and the lo.s and Uiru carn nearly as much as men. Oreat ia ti -h015 ar? offered who wI TOte the r h. ' thne te tho tusiness, and, that every pcrsoa w .o seM intsnotsee.maysendme their address and t- t wklrtoB,r To all who are net weUstwf 1 hlinf. IM'' I will send $1 to pay for the tr. .. MntfreT T- UpartJcuIarsUlreeUoFaS.a . t. ALLLN, Aujptota, Me. f K AC3EXTS WANTKlTTfIR THE HM. E COATS A S5i 1 rW TUrH LiyEI. Foaght awl ruT HospiteL Adventures of Spte- inly .f&.tf, Sonss, Ballads, Anecdote- awl limu.,rom Incidents of the War. It eoBtairw over MO Sne EnCTav.n- wi . t, spiciest and cheapest war hnk pu pn.o only $20 per copy. Send ftr."n jU ta, aT terms,aod full description of th nt.rk ,ih-. - NATIONAL rCBUSDLN'G to., i'hi. ( , (al 1 4 CENTS WANTED TUie, (.I.LIJF n 2 MIi:A VES. This work alun ! n ,!k 1 ri kvtcbes, moral tales, strange fcmrr z i t thonht. -train of eloijueoee.stim.i.' m il"nt" 1 repartees and efaoicett specimenr ot toe pur,-t cratnre. Pleases all. offend. none. Pricu v err .u Address ZEIULER, McCTRDT A Co., Phi'.j phia. Pa. r4LE-y."OOn I.AIIES SKMIXAR. J. Wrf BrWti bim,Vnnit. William A. Kinn. M.A-. IMnciiial. Pr.f. Cb F. Schuster !n-trr.-tor to lastrumeuul Mn-ic. Instruction eivn in V ft' Muaie, Draw ins. Painting, and Oymnact c. ... Astantsareenlpl..yed in er deparUii-at Th 8pringSeMi. U Monday, pi April. -. 'i;... Pall Sewmn Kerns Monday. Jl Npteinr, The Iwlldlnt will leopen t -r soramer Carders it r a elan la i Dr. Uwi-'Ntw Gymnast e. Mon-I.. 19 July, im. Addro4 R, E. DosFRD, Wert Bni Ueboro, t lt THE UOLLUl SIX. CHARLES A. DaNAS PARR. The cheapest. eat si. and most readaM ,.r ., vy .rkjimrnal Ewybody likes it. Three tdifl. Daily. bemi-Weekly, and Weeklv, at $6, U an 1 Fall report- of markets, asrieultnr., F..ru srs and Fruit Growers' CrnK anda eemplete u fat every Weekly snd Setai-Weekly swasher. T , Bable press nt to every swbacriber. Hurl for 8i 'r?i L W. ENGLAND. lut. lisher MSun,H New York. , EyrAiii.isiiiei) S.4 WS? SA ws sa wsr SAWS SAWS SAWS SAWS SAWS .V ill - H'HftCi! X CRTTIMTMR, Also New ehtgiaad Agents fbr the (colbt;bw pat rkt.) carnot n Kxcin. l f. i Will swt g per esid. atars thas, sa.y eiJkwv, with 145 4 147 Federal St., Bottom, Mats. WANTED. AGENTS. STS to $tOO per month, evrrywhen-. n-a. -i i ftsaale. to Introdnce the KEMTINE lVPrtoVr, OOMMltlH SENSE FAMfL SEWIN6 M i H! r T machine will itco, hem, f. ll.nak quilt, c i bind, braid and eui!r: lt-r m i.it supi.or j; ner. Price onl? II- Full warranted a - ..c y WewiHpay$lisi. fur ay mat':itn ihv Till "w stroager, more teaauful, or rare ebwtie on u-j-ours. It saakes the "Elastic Lock htit ' r-r fecono Butch can oecut an: still thi clot i ' ' t 1 palled apart without tt-ancg it. We , from $75 to $jh per month and expeusef . t missiesi fWm which twice that amount crn be ;m.' AdsiressSECOMB k Cu., Pitbi'mrh, F.. , Bet.. f Maes, or St. L.ui-. Mo CArrit..-ID.,rjWI)osfd wpi nbv . partii.- poiiuin-; off w m !i.c&s ca3t-uon nueaii. wncer th' amt name .r otherwise Our- -th- genmne ami really poetical cheap ssacuntf ma' factured. EARM ItUl IMI'IATO. NE lb. EARLY HOSE sent by man. p-u pu v i. ti r.mLi much senc ny v aid, $3J. Best sprina: Wheat m tk a earliest and iuo-t pr-lu4.-tiveCora; wou- Id laguass win? ai-t iuek wfhica n-t thebwhel; iipniii Harlev - biw iktiiit Y- w Eggs; H-j- tho rr- it Peed Cctt. r. Mil f - t EXPERI M ENTAla FARM J4L RNAL-m -t vnlun ble Magaaict u-d in tbii country .iilj ;i. - j.i year. SabscriNjifyou want to make n - Tarr.: pay. Address 080. A. OK IT. 10. V HAY to scents tualhae: Silvtr's Ur . last!e Broom-i. llormfie tnrfitU-v ....-. predletHs sueeess.n ITBtHJ A CO., 3 C rUar.lt at.. N. T. a 30O0 SAL.VKV. N. Y. V.&fLASOCo VEBRASKA. U soil, climate, pe-.t:-. Ac. i pamphlet fbr Ac. Address CRfJ3r Y A B. J fcaevlu.fleb. AaiLT tVAXTI far the only -teel -graving of SEN. 6RAXT and his fauiuv. pr ) Bshea with their approval. Site Mxln. Atb'rt wioruv w., & wmn now, new i o. 1 rt CRAY'S N. E. Heal Estate Join Tin 1 t toiusautteri-of interest to the Owners, "i- i.- . Svliers ef every cserip4.es, ef Ft 1 Rtat I throughout the country. Wued swi nn mtlily, ' the 1st and Uth of every mouth, at $1 i Send V. fbr pt-eimcn erpy. VI X RCA IE. FROM ClfVER i MOLASSES OR SORGHl'M l- , In ten hours, without using acids or i ' terms anl other hlforniairon. adUrr . SAbR VLEUAR Wi'Rn., 1 1 Cnw.l.t. W AMKlh AGENTS TO s.-;M. THEAJIEilll AXslMTTlXt M '. HIM Price tdS. Tbe simplest, cheapssv sod r i ' MaohlM ever rawuled. . II knit a - - t 1. i per rahynte Liberal iadneeracnti to oi dress AMKRil Alt KNITI INS MA I M ' Beatoo, 3Cass , or St. Louis, ilo. I ASK VOI R DIKTOIl OR 1R1 .;ls- airBwauarr i. i r. it eqaaua tmsst-. ..ui.nr U Dcrxo's iiivr.Rii s.vrn- ciii Plsea. i of th. Uewi and Throat. Mse wo. forme of CATASRH ' Drags heap ' T,al will he seat prepaid by mall for thir; i , M FOUR FOR ON IS DOLLAR, by th. pr or.u.. DCRNO, Mo. It. P.O, New York Clt . IIOT TO INVENT A UULI..K sssnl SS 1 n'- f. . dollar proitahly, Cvtstaat. In rawkaHl A" Co' IIssMay I)ln .:Iiulii..i 0 "ioiias, Mtiadfom, Wm). Jnrtlrt), Src, ViLrroar - - - -','' Evi ri art olo '-posed of on the $1 plan in.! ... i be pa.d for uni,: yoa knew what yew ar. " t'ertihat.'- an, .-ireulars ssnt est resell.' '.'' lor$l. PAl kKii A CO, .vt West ft tl i at- I tin. ,l.ut 1'. I'ATKIIMoR TUB REN BRInAM i CCS f 1REAT ONE PtlLLARr-M.F. We T of Ir lanevan.l Mil.!-- lo .11 t . th.- u form price ..1 irae Dollar. ,,.D Tht mall-t article -h.1.1 fr UN 1- iMil.LtR W .-vclmng.-'i lor a b'l.ir Pi il.-l r itl.'l 1 Uinir l'oi..r. orv-ur . 1. o.-.-ri I t--' v.ir'. R. I'l.ll 1 I PR.CT1CAL IJVfVi 7ffAcr, JcwtUn; 154 Church Street, flWJ Vl j ' -tirE .1 wire to rm st .re aeossplat. ittoyaMia a3.iitiaawt Hat of WATCHES, 1 1 tiiAiss. JJIWELRY, bOLID S1LVKR A vLATBD PLOCKR. SPSCTAfLK aa (.oods. V .1 21 '' utIU.Bf 4 BliT . My tho vn- u. MONTI. i- .1 WeasateeaekHaa U.safc.v.v A sl. c.-i irr, And kmp no -t-ra. V" ": " Mrfetly to this trvte. eas. faraU. -J - REST IN" ft UAI.IT T .1X1) NEU EST UESJ.-XS. IlTtic ' -. or wa only for C , I, WeinvfMthe attentiM of huyers f cr Str feeling sure we can sell at tho Aadeash renndet ra ease of any imperfectoc ST WATCH WOR1C Si REPAIRIV. Dons as usual by experieaceil workmen ri, 'j E. E. FLOYD, Church St. Jan.5-N14wtf SEEO I'OTATOES. JARLY TJOSZ, Number!, and Ilarrhsin. f .r -a. j j by E. S. BR0V7NELL. tssel Jacctien, Vt, April I, IW-idAwIm I)IS.OI.irriON' OF CO-I'ARTXER-Sllll". fKIIEllmief Coli t Weiva Is thlsday dhwulv ' X mutual consent. The business will be-out ned. and the accounts of tha Ute firm settled hy A. KC,, A.K.COIF. 8.K. WELLS. Eurllnston, April Ut ISO'-'- . , spr.5,law la Ki-a- i". . ., - ,k o.