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HI KLIXGTOX AXl V1CIX1TV.
Mr. I. 3. Nichols of Essex raised this so"""1
f- rnhlfi pound of seed. 121 rounds ef lirlJ
lose roac potatoes.
Two short articles on sjricultural topics In the
rat Ppem cf last week. o "Tbtring Cattle"
ind i ' HusVbgrin." should have been credit
ed to the Cilr; dentltman.
Ij1.,h,.p De Goesbrhnd and Rev. Jerome
loarec of this citj left Wcdnesdav night to
attend 'he ' Keo.menioa.1 Council at Rome. During
thir absence. Her. Thot&ss Lynch will 1 in
Sesatok Edmusbs' L&abt. Mr. Edmunds j
iih recently dispoed of his extensive law li
l.rarv, valued at $2,600, to Messrs. Livrreuct
S Barnap of this city. The library consists
- -incipIIy of Reports, which, aided to the Tal
utMe soieciiua already owned by L. &. Tt. gives
tl.em a rare election of books. If not the most
' ulu it ie c llection in the State.
i ht nn. nit of Canada lamber received at the
Port of Btrlington sfeice ttofiaV tf last May,
-luin.u-. ly inspected by the custom efficers, ,
& i t r , ij.il, r1 ,( feet. The sesou does not j
r'.e until December, and ere that time the
iir.:. w.M doubtless sum up to nearly one
. -irni nnUion feet.
1 ae lln.e-' uxgh ehecn lactory ciad iU work
rt'.e -e" .n on Saturday, Oct 10th. Some-
i it uut half of the cheese made was aold
-i , i., time during the season; tiere
. i I cvn kU to a Bioton company
. i . 1 1- jr rund. The whole number
, ui.Ji r This ia larger by sev-
, ii i 'i th in in any other year since it was
r, 1 oir way this year ia regarded a
-i - i -f il ye-r of ita work.
ii .i i'tkba Jiscnoa TriSOHPH Co.
t.'i ! iiieetine: of thie CoBpaoy taok phue
t1 "i WetlncHlay. The following efi-
LH I iectol .
. . i m Orton.
v re.'iri; and Treasurer. tt. A. DiJge.
,) ,, ,,Wm. Orton, New York; . H.
. n r. rk; O. A. Dodge. Burlington ;
I. V lirury. UurlingtaB; W. B. Abel, New
1 here were sow
unit" im " iknr.it MAJtKEr.-
nl d.lwl at mchmoni. Oct. lih, four
' 11-H.i N x"-, alout ow botidred tons, if
w, it prices ranging ftwm 14 to 16 eents.
In- V' ;rio.- for fine fjujtory; and 300 tabs but
r, 1c fj : ' v ic, and ft. 'h fall made wu c-
in.l aanted, while tl'.' strait dairies were j
ncrV'ttil. and buyers dim. tilt to find.
Fa- biitsi'. The cast- in court, in Krank
i ii c uut. of Dr Hathawar of Milton, r. A
. Albans, which ha occupied the
itteti-r n of the court for the past two weeks, re- j
ol'. d a verdict tor Dr. Hathaway, of some-
r, r -. , ii ii ,, ii Thursday last. In this i
nvdved ai sheep, sold by Clark to
. f r high-bloosied stock for the sum of a
, ulI pirt of the i
bJ been paiti. 1
. j ... .kuK ... ,1
,urn-u .u. S'" I
ipti e in ' difficulty. Eminent counsel were em
;. 1 i.p .n b ita side cf the case. For Ilath
i .v i I- n and Raul, Beaton, Boyce and Far-
i,.t ii, i ir I 'lark. Bai'ey, Uavis and Adams,
1!.-, l-'ey of St Alnais, and Smith of Milton.
- ii,,' a-uiual meeting of subscribers to the
fm i fir tl.e Home for Destitute ChUdrea, held
i . tl. -,
. i. I
M - .1
,a, . Thursday p. m, the, tollowiug were
fh..v r for the ensaing year :
i . i.'. Mrs. Wm. O. llickok. in place
! .i uy. resigned.
Prr.i lent. Mrs. Sarah C. Cole.
-urn, Mrs, J. B. AngetL
i l,nj Stcrtlary, Miss Julia H Spear.
. ;,iin., S.rrefarj, Mrs. S. C. Cole.
, , Mrs. Mary C. Wheeler.
' or Managers, Mrs. J. A.Stedd. Mrs.
,v liarues. Mrs. Frl. Smith, Mrs. X.
, Mr-- G. !. Benedict, Mrs. J. B. Angell,
1 1 il Fjar, Mrs. M. F. Meachsm, Mrs.
lge, Mr. Ambrose Drew, Mrs, Claries
II u i. the last four to fill vacancies.
Tin' . irt- presented gave a satisfactory es
, lit tin triiiictioii of the past year. We
i ; th.-v will lie published as usual.
vi i vt Miltun. For some time past
il e 1 . nuHgatu.L'a! Church and Society of Mil-
i, 11 'mt 'ivn eiignged in building a bouse of
sir , j llv gtea Jicrse.erance snd erlf-sacri-fi
e, tlun l.ave reaud a en mieat and satbstan-i-i.'.
i'ii j, whuh theyluv,' finished in a ssan
:ht 1 rrnir.g the purpose llr which it is to be
11 i Ii 1- built of br.'ck and finely located, a
I'tle iv -t of the old one, in the oppceiee side of
lie -in. 1. in me uoseuicm uatre are une
m n,.'itei ,p for Sabbath school and social j
iii.h tn.. The audience nom is unusually 1
1 .1 11 -1 .1. rA ,1,. I
, kH-ao,, wnh walls etagantfy frescoed the
1 w funii-he-l with inside Winds and the
i ..: .iti, a carpet. The seats are made of
;.-h. Tnuine-l with black wainut, and well up- ;
Immi! I he pulnit, of black walnut, is eery 1
The tower is furnished with a fine I
t -i U '1 K.ut 17,000 famve alredj been 1
i;:.1, tr.l a further snm ip woo to be Uitl
i-.rig the jrn an Jr, and patrbainng na
rj in L lift WeJaesiay this hoose was publicly
1. It itr 1 tu tin? mtv i.-e if the Lord.
r.- I. lt.Flli.it of Hracok. ooodiKted tbe
i i-vnine exercise-. Bur. H. C. Riggi f 8t.
'i in, preached" the sermon. Rev. J. H.
W.niU irl, actmp parMJa, offered tbe dedkatcry
! " - .
1 ' -enn-.n was ery able and tnrtructiTe. .
T.r Iwellmefcr rame time upon the Srioor
r - . . .. . .
I nil ti"n ofoctd, as found in John 4 -4. and the
,,tr;P, the preacherdrW from I
t the fallowing rnctical lessons. ,
lic text the fnllowine rnctical
1 Tnt" Christian worship is not ncMrily I 14n. Charles lNim&r, Hon. Wendell Patl.pe.
iaiviTrl vith any partieular place. lr. Hayes, the famous Arctic explorer, Lu t bail-
J 1 i imt necrarily at)ei&tH with an lu, the great African traveler, and Thewiora lil
etrtSK pnethood. ton, ace to leoOire ba Beaningtan tte coming
it i not necxvtwnir associated with certain ,
rites mi 1 reremonies,
The-e ext-rt ises were followed by tbe nemi annual
.i.f-Hnir of the Chitteuden County Conference,
li.ch continufJ tliroit h tbe following day.
u.i- Mikkkt Turfitiy, Oct 19. (
. uut uf butter brought to market was !
1.- i-l. ITices raging from to 40
r ,s.u.,d, though a few choice dairy lots
- n tiica as 4. cenis. i ne rtuing price
rc:iN per pound. There was bat a small
f chcefee brought to market; none of
i. .ike. Dairy brought from Vi to 1&4
: vr inaicd.
i liRowNEit About six o'clock Mon--ri.ui,:,
a young FreDvCbsoan named
di-' .verfd the body of a una floating
x, i.eir the foot of College street, oil
'j.'au.ng milL Coutier called to his aid
M .nan h and the body was recofered.
t to t t:u- u rne of Michael Keliy, a
i . 'i-r. i'-t.liug in Montreal, where he has a
ii.. 1 fa u.ly ICelly had been at workin this
. i -tuff lat spring, in the employ of E. C.
1' .t.,-11 an 1 otht-r masons He was iwt m at !
V , .ki a week agi Saturday night, when he !
tu i k ili tr-nn for Burlington. It U surmise' i ,
K i Vft the Central depot on hie arrival, and
us ;rhaps ia a K.niewhat confuted condition, !
t rk ilvwronj direstion, walked off from tie
J . -x n the dakiief. and was drowned. Letters
front wite, acknowledging the receipt of re- '
itaoce, and in money were found in hit i
' t. The body was brought io the und"r-
- -V'p of E-Jwin Woods, and will be for-
. h". lani'lr tn Montre! An trtiuaint-
n "m.u iwitied Cooroy, from Winoottki,
v m.jUiHes after him within a
. ' u . tint exivptsvon hu diwprearanoe
Htnii-: t,,- ,,r vidned no auiietj, on tbe
Kelly's ellects have lcen
1 ikri cl. ir.-e i f l,y i.fl oer L. A. Drew.
ir Dtim vtiox The dedication of Star
No. Jl, K. i A. M , KiehmiAd, Vt ,
ml v!-r pleasautlr TuesJav e.-k a
i.iirt, r of the Fraternitv liug present.
-rv ce- a i' re corni acted hj tlieGiunil Lcslge
...nt, IV B H. Deary. 1) G. M., of
",. u.il liraii.i Mastir Tie hall was
i ,?i ai'h lal.es an-1 uenilemen fiYHn
. . ' t ili.'! of the dedioatorT ser-
- i'a.t (iratid slastiT Englesty, i f this citj,
i'i 1 i be Ladies of Richmond, presented
I , p' a beauufni copy of the Holy Scrip
n . ne of those neat and telling speeches
'' 1 'ei.i noted. Ilro Henry Clark.
1 ' 'iw.iy, resnui.dt.l in Lebalf of the
E fleshy also prrse&teil to the
'v,r,of Acae.a." in behalf ef Bro,
" ' 1 ' ihi dry. After the dose of the
" ' hall, a procession was foro ed,
lie Jericho band, and fol
- i ler were the lluriington
m ' Knights Templar, North
,;r " 12, members from other
"id Kind, Orawl Lodge of Ver-
nv T1.P proeession BbarcJieil lo
J Cl.urch, wliere. aftr music Iiv the I
R W. Bro Henry Clark. Grand
'ij.'ie'iver.J an eloquent and able ad-
as atiectively received and
' luP auJieocc After the j
address, the proKStion returned to the Hall, and
dispersed. The occasion was one of much Inter
est, and will not soon be forgotten. The new
hall just completed is one cf which the brethren
of Xotth Stir Lodge may well be proud. It is
large, occupying, together with the ante-rooms,
the entire second story of the building, and when j
completely furnished will be one of the finest j Tum,y night.
Masonic Halls in the State. The officers' chairs Mfl ilmj Juis, cf Pswlet. aged 'Jl! jears,
are from II. J. Nelson's, and thedrpeting from I on Paturday last walked a mile and a half, to-
... ... ii.n. 1 vi-it h nephew, Jerome B. Bromley, Ek ,snd
the" Bee nivc" of this city. Mine no , lftmtllrJj
som of the Kclmond Hotel, done himself emm jf Dileman. Jr.. of IfuWnrdton, last
as usual, and served his guests with an eiotiien jrt-mpianleJ one Early Rcse potato in his gar
dinner in good style. The breaks in the rail- j cB putting line eye in a hill. From that seed
road, kept many away who intent
Ihf Lilt State I'air.
EiiloT free Preu $ Titus :
I hare just received a slip cut from your
X,,er containing a brief inquiry and s.rcasuc
Snuation. dated Sept 231. 1 "J .
and severely reflecting upon the Agncu tural
Socie-fornotsUtinsattht early perwd after
the Fair, before the premiums or Mpeo'es were
ri. the precise result of th. financial opera
tions of the Far. This article is followed by an
editorial remirk, quoting from a correspondent
of the f nricgieW UrpfI'ran. uui noi oouurui-
hia ficures, who rays, the "whale amount of
' correct. exnenaes
' Added, makes the total outgoes &4.000," too
iiwah by more than 61,600- Again. "ai.OOll ,
single ticaeis were vij vu...... m
now cornea the climax, " There were
j.7 "0tt exhibition tickets; total receipts SU.
000, a net gain of $4 $08." The heeretary
is the only officer that sells these but mentioned
tickets, and pays over the receipts to the
treasurer. The sun te paid to the latter wae
just 3704, insteal of S7,".', and it win said
at the rime that 5-100 or tr of this sum
was for season tickets sold t- spectators at a
dollar each to pay them through the Fair
There is an error of fc0,7:.fl, which would re
duce hie gross estimate to S4,C4, and the net
gain to rauo5U than nothinc.
For the benefit of jour inquirtr, the people of
Burlington, and all others desirous of knowing,
I will stale that the precise result is not yet
ascertained: the premiums are not all paid, for
the reason of net knowing wb-re to send them,
the residence not being euM-ed upon tlie pre
mium orders returned to the Treai-urer as they
always should be, and all the e ipensc are not
jet ascertained and paid; but a tolerable oor
..nriimlr can be arrived at The tress
j receipts are a little less than 8fi,MiO, and the
- tj-wv j,i.B,..r1.Mii.f,i
LZ .ith, the
i rain. The people of Burlington ha le no cause
, r i.. ;A
SoOOlast year and this in fitting up the grounds riulltpv of a.nault with intent to kUl.
for the accommodation of the show, which their Messrs. Estey & Co., of BraUleboro, have de
contract with the society bound them to do. I t0 build a dyke for the protection of their
only mention this because your inquirer seems shop cn the meadow. Tbeembmkment
to reflect upon the society in behalf of the public lb,,t trentT feet wide at the base and of suffi
and especially of the eitiwne of Bnrlington. I , ani bsight to ward etf aU dinger from freshets
shonU kv replied to this long ago had I known
i " ."' ,
I ZXEZTu len, ,n.l as-
this subject to the best of his knowledge, to,,wPIM I"
Avopv in.inim. tnonpn it was lmTjoanue id lie
p,iry accurate when the great press of the
business of the Fair was going on. The clerks
l " ". -- , -
J,' L"" Z v2h.-lft-
cannot be at once eonntij. Your tn-
qmrer wnuM have us teller! that otn?r fairs
If, immI, .V. ralW mm. (hr.t,
DUUlUUt laXCaJ HWl) UK iunauvrvaui. v.urv-.
and often wide from the true result. What goo.!
can be derived by an erroneous and exagi rated
statement? There are gentlemen in Burlington
that will say the Treasurer answered their in
quiries several times as to how many tickets
were sold such and such days, as near as he tTias. E. Miller has been appointed post-mis-eenkl.
If there has len any " silence and mjs- , t yioe a. Jl. WiDey, resigned,
tery" in this matter it is unknown to the writer,
and it is unfair and nnjo't to throw out such j Four awn working en nhe Woodstock railroid
imputations without Borne proof to sustain them. , were injured on ShalSes Hill on Saturday by the
Oct. Uth, lSfi'J. Tnr. Tixasmot. discharge of a blast in the hard pan. It is
feared Lewis Docas will lose his eyes, while
It weald stun from the above that the grce
receipts of the State Fair were about 8'IBOO, and
the expenses nearly 4n0, leaving a profit of
probably over 1300. Without easting any in
sinuation of " secrecy " upon any of the officers
of the Society, it seems to us that so much ss
this might bare been made known to the public
ometiae ago, e asy to the public, for we have
no doubt that the Treasurer did answer, and has
answered, aU proper inquiries made uf him in
private. The public are interested in thrpros
pertty of a State institution; and k seetas hardly
neoessary to add that the way to inform the pub
ic is to publish the facts in the newspaper a.
The dwelling bouse of B. 1. (loss, of Vergeu
nea, was broken into last week, Friday night.
n 1 in money and some clothing stolen, an :
: .T? , ...
1 Btepncn Jiiiierano inartes r-d warns, ui er
j genua, were, on the tth inst. bound ever for
' trial at the Cottnty Count in the sum of eSi),
taThoMnm tasealriaa. in Panlrn A fine of fc.;
1 "", " . . . . ' 1
was also imposes on inem mr iraio.u iie 1
A ergennes fishmonger proposes advancing on
his bulUpouta since the cornfields base com-
"g triDute, t0 ; he says he
cannot rford te furnish corn-ed fish at the same
price as fresh. I
Charles Corkins, of Arlington, committed !
suieiaeon many night, we istinsi., oj cuuiug
his throat irom ear to ear. ne was muna in a
piece of wood near by, has hand still clutching
the fatal knife. He hail been deranged for some '
time, and was a single man about 6U years of
dir. .oel Anarews, 01 eunaeriaua, an aseu
I ottisen, canw rir losing - feus lite, on the 27th ,
ulL, by taking bedbug poison for camphor. It
is feared his system has beta fatally shattered
There is said to be a gang of phieves hanging
aWataiiderland.and A. R. U ebb had a harness
. u.u i r. v,. u. .v.uOT , a.
. . . .
B.. a.1: Slat Vu.... 1.a
lbe Banner claims dmt Benuneton lust more
IJjj. Ute fr-bet taaa a., other .own
Tbe toUl loss by the flood to Bennington, pri
vate and town damage, ia estuuated at Irom
Sunderland suffered the most severely from
die flood of any tswn in the etvunty, with the
exception of Heniiington.
t u i' ir i .u i : -I . .
" his i
memintiu hurineealo Cunt. Uaeis.
T K iai-a Af ITsnlwlvek. vrtvn ui Rrrftr-d ,
on tbe charge of forgery and conveyed lo Bur-
linzton two weeks azo, has returned to that
tnwn with the report that tbe charge proud to
be a false accusation.
"w 00 ";.2'1 " !
,TfK V? h" 1U J
bruised, but no bones were broken. !
Some rascal with a sweet tooth, recently stole
a twenty-two pound box of honey from the farm
of A. tt . Hawkins of North Danville.
Oa Monday of last week, Mr. Frederick Green
of North Danville, had his right hand badly
torn in a threshing machine. It is feared that
amputation may be found necessary.
Mrs. Caroline Everts and K. I. Cleveland have
sold tlie Nelson Everts farm of acres, iu
Georgia, to Harmon 1'ercival, for about sl,m)0.
Dr. . M Brown has soil one-half of the
Central " Spring, in the village of Sheldon, to
Elaar.1 J. Wilson, of New York, for tC.OtNI.
L.ither J. Bunker, who was arrested in Mont
peliei tor stealing a horse belonging to Gilmore
& Drainard, of Sit. Albans, has been sentenced
to State Prison for three years.
The following real eetate chances occur ed iu the
town of CembrsI, a here they seem to do every
thing according w Lau :
Dr. A. Parsons his purchased of J. F. Law the
1 1-4 acre of land in the lloro' for which Mr.
Law paid SheMon Stratton a few months since
S1.02U.H0. G. W.Drush has bought John F.
Law's farm and nroduoe. ravin. ik.
SS.SuS, John F. Law has bourht the firm !
of J. Holmes, at Pleasant Valley, Price, S2MU.- The Methodist at Derby Center have been
00. D. K. Buker has purchased a firm of John F. 1 repairing their church thronzbout. The old
Law with produce, for $2,llJtl,tKl. Charles R fi.hioned pnlpit has been removed for one of
Bunker, has purchased D. B. Buker's farm, 1 modern style. The ladies of the congregation
crop, stock, and tools, for S3,5O.j,0d. J- F. 1 have supplied carpets, chairs, lamp, Ac., for
uvT has purcnasea o. v. iieam s israi, stock,
etc., for tf8.6UO,00. and Mr. Heath has rental
the house of Mrs. Carleton, at JeffersoQVil'e.
OK INGE COUXTY
Among the many good things which have
come to pass in West Randolph is a new town i
clock, which the Eofli says may be heard at all I
times announcing the hour.
A UOOU iemptara oiougc iiaa ltcvu i
at North Troy. I
Th. finr.1 Temnlirs are doinir a TOi WOtk in !
the temtvemnce cause in Westmore. having
j - c . I
nearly all of the inhabitants of the West and
North parts of the town connected with their
lodge and weekly receiving additions to their
It i quite sickly in Westmore, typhoid fever
and dysentery being the prevailing diseases.
Four chdJreu have died with the latter disease,
during the past week.
Another raid by dogs was made on the 7th
inst, at Salem. John and Charles Wilson had
21 sheep killed, sud 11 Crandall had 13 killed. 1
Mr Brag had some killed a short time ago.
Page's California potatoes are yielding 400 J
bushels to the acre, ia Charleston. Very little
complaint of rot.
Wesley Haywood killedaiouog moose near I
Cheney's hotel in Westmore on the 2Cth ult., j
which weighed 200 pounds.
n-t. r ..i.!, Hreaer. of Hutland was
broken into 1 ul ThursJ.y night, and a couple of
watches stolen. Jneomcers
traces of the burglars.
- courlcofupioi'"lookil!S':l""-lcl,;,r? werf
.n.ir,l in Kutland on the 15:h insL, and lo.lgrf
injiil, on suspicion of Wing concerned in the
j Sh'dd ... ..ore. in Mildlelmry last
- ... -
EJwin Forrot. Ibe ctlH-rateJ trace-
in!, m coming to RaUind, an-l will air.r
at the Opera House, Oct. l&th anJ .th.
Katlaml came ery ctar having soother
perious fire on Fridiy hat A dry-goods box
filled ith (fil and paint rags in Nates new
hotel, now in the course of construction, was dis
covered to be 05 fire, probably from spontaneous
cambosticn, and was removed in time to save the
A ttnash-up occurred on the Ilatiand Railroad
between Ludlow and Cavendish, about nine
o'clock, on the n;ght cf the Uth inst, in conso
qararc of agrei train running into the rer
end of a freifrbt twin. No fives were lest.
Mr. II. Hodge, of Oarrodon, on the nipht of
the 14th inst, bad his iullry yard robbed of five
joung turkevs and between mteen anl twenty
ettie.,nt, Qeorce KIdy, Blihu Hlggins and
Horace Towtr wme ftupnoted to be the thieves.
and she tu lit.-: riainei, are now in jtilawaiticg
v !.i m.in'K g-'tjraphy in the ilontpelier
Li-.-'ii m,Iiuu1, asked one day during flool
week. what portion of the earth's surface is
covered with water? He replied. " The whole M
rnni 3-4 of an iicre of laut Gaorpo Kent,
J"! '"tlai-", lias this teuou barested 2M
tiu-hels of arnet Chili potatoes.
Cira Perkins, of Montpelier, nicked Ut week
a cluster of large and well ripened rac-pberrie.
Lymiti Child, of Iforvtowu, ri-cently bad a
g-M wi -!i tllIen from his haute factory hile
hp wu sr d ttcer.
The lu'al loss by the flood in the town of Hock
ineham (tncludiitg the village of Bellows Falls)
n :in'tmB imuioer oi " nen
n iinv'tms imbiber of ' benzine recently
pwted himself at the delivery window of the
Brattlebon, tost Office with - Hey '. mister.
do you keep thb, barV
James Kerfrt was convicted at -Vewfire
.t. r . t . 1 r
jB the future.
A student namel Charles If. flW. Hmt.
-O llth S3), and co-.s. j
I wi w.un nuii a. .mini tun wu fjuioer
of Putney, and at one timealiklr of the Ludlow
tlazrttc, died at Grafton on the Tth inst. His
..sr. n v. rosier, jlso.. a son oi Amos rMtir
o - '
. U flori a-W one-third of the large
: stock treat in Bridgnssn's sh psnda, at Bellows
: rails, were touna to neeitner saved I rem the
main pood, or to nave come lack op the sin
and been restored to their old quarters. A few I
of the small ones have appeared, and applied for I
re-ad mission to their old Ikuc
I W1MVSUB COlTT.
Toe SpringSeld Town Fair hae been indefinitely
pustponed on account of the flood.
Joseph Prince had the small bone of his leg bro
ken and Lysander wnite was slightly injured.
While Mr Geo. S. Robinson, of Chester, was
riding on horse back one Say last week, a little
dog ran out and barked at his horse, ciusing it to
throw Mr. Robinson, and kick him in the chest
after be reached the ground. He received in-
juries about the shoulders and dmt, but will 1
The Baptist Church about two mQes from the
the village of 1 naewbarg has recently heen sup
plied with a new organ, at the cost of aliout
All but three of the male membeuef the Welch
Baptist Church of Plymouth, Peon., are said to
have perished: m the Avondaae
Rer. Wm. Hague, D.D., oo the 28d alt., took
T I . . T u , K . aT
cf whrch he has for some ytmx been tkm pwtor.
our. nagwTOVDicRgoio rrot.or.
na fa theological seminary there.
Mr. Spurgeon asserts that in England ep-n
cn - naniun churches prosper greatly. Ibis
mulS ,0 tTae , Kme aaat m mT
s.,. tf tbe Baptist Cbarebea in North Carolina
isiik'Ii act upon this principle, are enjoying
rev va s anil mi-reasiii). in nnmlm A new
Baptist Chnroh has heen esaniaetiat Ebrt Smith,
Arknsaas. Ibe exclusion of a member of the old
Church, because be communed with his wife at i
Methodist Church, set thU enterprise m motion.
Tm UBi(m b, . of
pnayiymi. ntlj received a lady as one of
their delegales. and passed the Mlnvring resoln-
tton on the subject :
irAfrtw, Some surprise was expres-el at the
aPoiT,tnient of a sister .Wegete to this body.
fi.rWrff, That weiaml such appointment ,
a, proper, and we Kta -
" Last at tbe cross and first at the sepulchre " t
. : k-,1-
i Rev. Mr. Bogce has commenced .labor in th"
I Congregational church and society at Vergeanea
Rer. L P. Wild, of Craftsbury, is in feeble
health, and baa rn-en informed by his pbyrician
that he most net preach until restored Rer.
a R. Hall. I h . of Brewiflgton, suppM hii '
pulpit last Sabbath.
L. .i.h.l. .mI iw R.r,v,r,
Her. J. K Rankin rf flis)r!efitews, Ma ,
last 'Sabbath, morning and eTeninp. Ir. Rankin
has jut uocepted an invitation to become pastor
of the second Congregational Church at Wash
ington, D.C. Ber. J. S. C. Abbott ii expected
to supply tbe pulpit of the North church for a
auatber uf Sabbaths, eoVaBeoeiatg next Sunday.
The ReT. Mr. Putnam has resigned the Rector
ship of tbe Episoopalian Church of Poultney,
Vt, and is to assume the Pastoral charge cf St.
Luke's Church, St. Albans, about the 20th
A correspondent of the Albany Jrjvt, writing
Albany -ays : I hare proposed, and
hold mvelf readr. to be one of iv.miv.fin imti.
1 n . t.. j i j-n a
make op tbe deficiency tf the salary of the' Iti- '
shon of Albanr Dioeese. until th. TV.v.i i
(iWmen, f0d is folly secun-d, thos reueinK
,he diocese from its p'resent tenpor.ry TnbJ-
At the annual roeetinc of the Board of Mis- .
Protestant Episcopal churei. held
in New York Vteterdav. the SeeretarT's renort
was real. Two hundred and etSTSn clergymen
ari r nroltol as Home Missionarie, of whom one ,
hundred and serenty-eight are new in tbe field. I
total receipts tor domestic mission?, for lsey,
were &ll'7,710. The repott of the foreicn com-
mittees was read, knowing the Eiiai'.on force to
The Episcopalian? bold regular rrcachiDj?
services in a large hall in Salt Like City, and
have a fine school, with one hundred scholars,
some of them the ohildren of Mormons. They
do not feel that their lives are in danger; and
have ltev purchased, with aid from tbe East, a
tieeutifnl residence and a large lot of land for
Mr. Horatio G. Knight of Eastbampton, Ma...,
has given a site for an Episcopal Church in th vt
town which will be shortly erected there.
Chas. Limbard, Esq., and Horace William.'
Eq., of Augusta, Gv,have each pledged the
snm of S10.O0O toaards the erection of an Epis
copal ctiurch in that city.
A Methodist Educational Convention is called
to meet at Montpelier, Octoler i!lst All pastors
and laymen of the Vermont Conference, and
one or more laymn from each Church, are
Isaac Rich. Esq., offers SlOO.OflO for the
buildings of the Boston Methodist Seminary,
provtied another 8100,000 is raised.
Ileturns of votes on Methodit lay delegation,
from 275 district-, xpTe 1J1.352 yeas; 03,uSl
MJf, ra,,ig totlll Tctl of ios. reports
are yet to come from 122 districts.
"i'i. wuc uuu'iiei ana iweniv-nve
!! f lk.lv,! t ... n ... .v-t., i.
et of Delhi Last Decemlr th"y held a
csrap-meciins ai .i.uar.a ucien miles Irom their
...IL.. .1 .h
station at Sbaieh nipur, and they report an old-
lasinoned revtrai ana twenty conversions.
The number cf Ca'holic residents in the StMe
of Vermont, is not far from 30,000.
Rt. Rev. Bishop f'onroy officiated in the Cath
olic Cathedral at Albany, N. V., last Sabbath,
and afterwards administered the rite of confir
mation to two hundred candidates.
The Roman Catholics have two very fine
chnrcbe in Peking, China, an 1 have recently
completed un It French protection, a magnifi
cent cathedel near the imperial residence.
Pius IX has ordered the manuficture cf 600
caskets, which will be preeated to the bishops
cf the Council. These caskets are meant to hold
,nch relics as ths bishops msy be wont to exhibit
in their cathedrals, or 10 place under the altars
Pat liHtiouts these., man and a b,y
VT FREE PRESS, TRIP AY MORNING, OCTOBER gS, 1669., 5
Special religioug icterect exists nt Ilirdwick,
in connection with the, labors cf Kev. Mr. De
Witt, of X. V. The Congregational and Bptist
Societies have unifel in a wiriea of meetings
which appear to bave.rteulted in much good.
- Union neefmzs have afso been teld in Al
bany ,in the Congregational and Baptist churches,
under the directum of .Mr. 1Yi itt, the result
of which lias De?n an awakening in both
Twcnty-ca churches have toen" built or are
building in Chicago this year.
Several New York clergymen preached latt
Sunday against gold gambling.
Mr. Samuel A. Hitchcock,of BriiaSeM, Uass.,
has just given for the endowment of the
Hebrew professorship in Andover Seminary, to
worthily filled by Professor Mead, lie b!m gi.es
$40,000 to Amherst College.
The minutes of the Southern General Assembly
show 11 synods. G-l presbyteries, 857 ministers,
40 licentiates, 124 candidates, 1,400 churches,
4,470 members added on examination, 2,710 on
certificate, 79.0G1 communicants, 774,4C0 con
tributions. In an article in the lt number of Herue des
Deux-JlUnJaL Guiwt nays tht he was a
rationalist in religion until he undertook to pre
pare for the press an edition pf Gibbon's ' De
cline and Fall. The investigations necessary
in the preparation of the notes for that edition
ltd him to accept Christianity cs a system that 1
oocld not be explained by purely human forces, j
At Huntington, in this County, the water roe
higher on .Monday than since the freshtt of 1 lull,
and the river wai very turbulent Seme l-'
feet of flume was carried away at llortoa .
Johceon's mlB. Thceilentof their loss is about
3;wtM .V. 11. Bates lost a1! his corn, which
was standing in the fields, cut. His lots will
reach $300. Much other dauriirewas dom , urd
it ia estimated that the total loss by tje freshet j
cannot fall under $-o,00o. and may iuu :h ex.-eel I
The freshet at Brattleboro was destr tciiie and
accompanied by a sad loss of life. Tue d.tm at 1
tannery at West HrattlcU.ro washed out. and the
water rushed down through IVhet&u uc t'nek,
the banks of w hich areootered with buildings
using water power. J. Estey Co , orpan
manficturers, had some of their small "hops i
Soated from their foundations, while their large I
shon was moored to it-t foundatluu ti' rorn-. i
j Heaon Hwioell, a furniture dealer, hail his 1
I entire btiikling and stock of goo lj w.iht d .iway. i
! Boynton, shoe-dealer, hist his entire st -k and j
I tools. Newman & Tyler, machinists, h id the '
whole end of their shop washed awi.y. The J
i Whetstone creek bridge was ctrrk-: away. The '
j Connecticut river bridge was alo -'amed away, )
j and all communicatiou is now tul ol! between
ltrauleboro village aua tbe islaii'i oppisite,
uton which are several families Severs ! liven
were lost, among them a German t.y the n-nie
of Fredericks, who s as engaged in getting cut
lumber at Ustey's yard, when thv- current truLk
the pile be was on, and earriel him away at
ooce. This poor fellow wis one of the iur:or
when the Central America went down on her
R O"' !.
Miss Barrett was also drowneJ at the tnitn.-ry
From various other portions of the . tte. w.
bear ef nnprecedented high water and great I
damage to property. At llrisud, every mill
and minafftotory in the place was more or le-s ,
injured. The dam at Barrett's Hill box manu- ,
factory was washed entirely away. Thaytr's '
mill, K. Oane's mill, Butierfield's miJ,
Heed's mill snd siw mil!, and both bridges near ,
the latter, were all earned away. I'wo grist '
mills in Lincoln were also carried away. l here )
is no grist mill left nearer to Biistol uiou Mid-
.lieoury or v ergenuca.
IAea. Kendall lost his life ut Fibhvii.e, on
Tuesday, while endeavoring to assist in the 1
removal of a family from a houe during the
high water. He went into the house and put
ap a ladder to ascend to the upper part, when
the ladder broke and lie fell backward, strums;
the floor with such force as to break his neck.
In Clarendon, several acres ot corn, belonging
Porter lten-on, were carried away. In Fitts
fbrd much damage was done to farmers by the
washing away of their field crops ; and Monday
and Tuesday Otter Creek presentei the appear
ance of a moving sea of corn and pumpk.n.s.
The first train through from Burlington to Kut-
10,1 cuee the break, was a freight trai'i of
twenty - three ears, under the charge of Peter
Cadman, conductor, which arrived at Ki land 1
Wednesday evenmit. Travel is now u- uter- I
rapted between these two points. I
a.t Chester, the damage to Dcmuir 5 tan- ,
' nery wae some $ ."ftU0, and much 1 vn 1 . teen 1
washed away Irom Chester t W.i in. not
a bridge is standing, and only three 1, left on
the South Branch, lor sevtrl s below
Chester, the railroad is n baJl- 1 -jed as to
have last all appearance of being . . lrood. At
j Bartonsville, a gully is washed s v feet deep
At Springfield, the new iron t 'idge over Bisck ,
j River was destroyed, and a teamster who was u
' it at the time, went down with it. and with his .
1 horses was drowned. A grist mill, a cab and
Yankee-notion factory, and two dwelling houses
were carried down the current. In north Spring
field. IrilRe. uw
null and several turn--.
FekhTill id ftrkinswflfc raffered serereiv:
two tJ welling houses were swept off m the former
jtlaee, tuxl a cotton mill and a highway bridge ,
tu the litter. j
I AtBaxtox1 Riter the flood ragd fcmrfttliy i
and two dwellings were undermined and demo
lished. It is reported that not a si&gle bridge is j
left frooi Grafton to Bettow Falli. Sereral I
f print and saw mills an I danis nave beet, earned j
l away. 1
. It is reported that the IaCbanon road .fiery
' badly damagel, aod will not be in a eolifi'm
fur the running of trains for several wvk.i
The Kensselaer .V Saratoga lUiiro! is all
riir'it between Rutland and Albany, Mil connnu
I uiuu:n between tbe latter place and New York
w Vu ?T 1iroa w rf
wm P1 tort r
t.TJ nntd ' 180nJhe, tr I1Bpl
: , " TJ "f . : " ' "
oe uneaie 10 inn ir-tias otbt n uaui ii nas icn
The Montpelier Journal notices a- follow M r.
Pomeroy's report on the Ktbau Allen Monu
ment. W hate to- may be the merits f Mr
Ponieroy's proposition, eoneerning wi
hTe "ing to say to-day, his report wt-
respectful one, and i entitled to resfsfVtful c n-
suleratitn. Such conaidwatioa, we dmibt n t
the legislature will gi to it, the f ippa-.t, i
to say impudent, notice f 1 the trn il to il
Aa .Btrrewtins I4MUkK'ni.
We refer to tbe following communication t
Go Page, by John X. Punier oy f Burlu.- i..
In l&-r, the State appropriated two thousand
dollars for a monument to Ethan Allen, tj te
erected in tbe cemetery of that city. The money
was of course expdol and a beautiful Tiumu
monument commemorates tbe virtues of the Id
hero. In 1S."i7, the Legislature cf Vena, nt
authorized the committee to pneurf a ftatue of
Ethan Allen and place it on the monument,
without expense to the State. The art was of
eoen-e rasuiBess, beoaui-e it contained no appro
F'' J splofkfl .re appeals.!
,0 10 tra,?7 u,e monom,nt .,,h . and
fcU r.J' 'PfP0" " hundred dollars, j
a statu, of Allen, to ajom, ash o, .PPrU I
ately doss, the portico of the O.tftTTr I
Mr TWr... ii.h k...C.i i.tl...
ia his pooket of the peoples' money I
proposes to the State to pve him out '
richt its own statae of tlie hero, fltlll r Vital.
from the halls of the temt . that i trr.1 l. th.
feet of livins men, this iliustrious memorial r,f !
ancient greatnee. in order to decorate with it
the luscan monument of Green Mount Ceme
tery. We think the halls of legislation are
quite as well deserving cf decoration at the ex
pense of tbe State as the cemetery cf Burling
ton, especially when the honorable committee
residing in that city have got in their pockets
funds enough ' to carry out their own wi'bes.
On the whole, we thin. this report about as re
freshing a piece of impudet.ee as we have ever
known. And if the Legislature should see fit to
comply with this extraordinary petition, ahich
aims to gain by indirection what it oouH not
get fairly at the outset, vie trust
they will also send down to Burling
ton the ffoUtx itatve that surmounts
the dome of the State Houe, to be put on the
American Hole! or any other place the commit
tee may designate, and al-o give to the members
cf the coramitle the bronze figures that are in
the vestibule of the Hall of the Houe to adorn
their parlors, and appropriate whatever is neces
stry to defray the cost of transportation.
Two horse jockeys at Troy, N.V.,theother day
expecting to drive their horses during the park
race, finding that the track was flooded with
water.dctermined to have a race in spite of Aqua
ms. They procured wash tube, and hi! an ex
citing race about the track. Time, two hours
and seventeen minute.
It is Strange to See wifii what earelea.ne
some invalids attend to tneir health. They will
procure a box of PiAXTanox Binim, which
onht to be use.1 up in a month or six weeks,
,nd1 uP?a "liry it is found that they have
u cnI' t,n or ,llre bottles. Some days they
been irrermlar nrl , , t,
n "regular, and of course a less favorable
result has come from their use If it 1 true
that what 13 worth doing at all is worth doing
well." how emphatically is it true in mitter re
lating to health. A few bottles of Puntatio
Bitters have often wrought wonders, while iu
other instances disease has only been fubduel
sfter weeks of resistance.
Maosolia Willi Superior to thelt im
portel German Cologne, and sold at half the
Fevers seldom make an attack without warn
ing ; aud may often be thrown ol by soaking
the feet in warm water, wrapping up warm in
bed, aud taking two or three of " Panoni
A Missionary just returned, says he regard
"Joiaso?.' A noJyne Lininent " as beyond sll
firice, and efficacious beyond tny other medicine,
tis adapted to a great variety of special cases,
and is ths best pvin killer in tha world.
FACTS rOR THE liADIE?.
I have hid my Wheeler & Wilson Machine al
most eight years, and hive never ceased bless
ing the lucky chance that brought it to me.
Not one cent has it cost for repairs, and I have
broken bat one ueedle in five and a half years.
The same needle bas gone through "thick and
thin," for since 1" learned that it would answer
to use fine thread or silk for every thing, 1
never change my needle, but use, the same one
to sew thick cloth of mny folds that I use for
Mas. R. S. Baow.i.
Machines for sale by 0. C.
& B. L. Benedict,
Henry Want lteeclier on Clillif
After a constant use of the UstrEESlLCLoTiiej
W bogus for more than four years In my jmuy, i
am authoriicd by the "powers that bo" to site It
the most unauauued praise, and pronounce it an in
dispensable j.art of tho machinery or housekeeping.
THE CUKAT V1TAI.IZER.
Tli! UUo nuy b fa'ly given to a re.toratlva
which hasuken precedaaee of ail other toulc and
alttratlro preparation, for a period of nearly
twenty year. Ijins tliat long interval 1IOS
TBTTBH'S bTOJIAOU BITTERS may be truly
said to have enjoyed unrnalled popularity. Many
preparations haie len got up to compete with
it, but thoy have sll fallen into its wake or sunk
into obliriin for lack cf patronass. From the flrnt,
this now world-renowned Vegetable Tonie Las been
Uth medicinally and finaco-ally uca.iful. Every
year has added to th number of its friends, and the
deiosi.'! for it, baseu solely upon the experimental
proois of its exiiellenco as a preventive and curative,
seems to havo no asslguablo llmiL Ths medical
prufessiou saaetiunand apprui e Its , aud it is now
at ' head of Uie class of laedioinee to ahich it be
1' . tio admiuod, undisputed Sovkreius 1o?!C
i ii a t. a. The statistic of Uie United States
R. i ' us department wilt verify the stiteoiect tht
it- -on., uloue and uQapproaehed m tbemsgnitute
ofitj sales as compared with thoaeof any other pro
prietary remedy advertised on this side of the At
lantic. VaK Ei- .an .Tiol of this fact may be comprised
ia a Ion words. HOSTBTTEft'S STOUACli BIT
TERS is at ooce the purest, the eareet and the ino.t
putcut ol aU t eir.tabl. tunics, and the best sLtidnle
tu every variety ormilarioui disease, llece. it is
e.peciall) adat-tod l the present season cf ehilliii
dew and uavvholssom j Tspers.
MV.M!RS Of 1IORSK.S AM)
TOblAS' DER3V CONDITION POWDERS ARE
warrant el superior to any other, or no pay, for
the eiire r llistsmper, Worms, BoU, Ceujh, Hlde
o ui.'I, folds, AC.,. in Horsts, and Colds, Coughs,
Lo of Milk, Blaek Tongue, Horn Distemper, ac,
in C' V. They .ire perrcti safs and innocent .
no ne of stopping the workhig or your animal.
Tli iucie.i,etiio&i'ietite,a1rsafinsooat, cleanse
ti.e stotuacii aad urinary orxaM t al'O iiierease the
m Ik ot c w.. Try tiem and you will never be
without lltbui. The late Itiraia Woodruff, celebrated
tramir it trotting horses, used thesa for years.
CoL Ph.U. P. Bash, of the Jerome Rice Course,
r',r Diaui. . Y , would not use them until be was
n ut or what they are composed, sine hich be has
rtvvr 1' n w.tliout them. 11.- i.as over twenty run
ning horse., in his charge, and for fie last three
y ear h-vs usl no other medicine for them. lie has
kioiio rtnittoj u.e to refer any one to him. Over
1,'kx) o'her rercrenees con he seen at the Depot.
Sold m Druggist and Seddlsis. Prise 2.", cents
pr ux. lsspot, HI Park Place, Nsw York.
. l "daw l m
rut. i'Ki,ti)i:N r ii:cu.iiu:s w.tu
Aja.rjt all imp -sition. upon the people, and
tx.Lnce, filiLWing tbs glorious example, is out
against tha inaniier who sell sugar of lead hair
dves, that not o:il ruin the hair, but paraljxe
t!io -jrtem. Imposters who destroy the unwary
tl.. Q..I :e put Ciwn law. la the meantime,
CRIsTAIHiHO-S KXCEMIOft HAIR DTE is of
fcn.J on ler th guarantee or rromssor Chilton, the
romou' icm, chem.at, as an eAoient, pore
aad .striti i -3 preperat.ou.
L.IUSTA.L il.UR PRSSERVATIVK, as a
blessing, acts . . hero, o the ilair after Dyw
I ttlWl Bl
Weak Back, fmla ol I'irsidi'. uf the !
Aid about the Kidneys r it-i i ic- ty
the apnileatien id en Ai l.- " k s IMKms
"Jfearr. Tk&t 1 V -1 '.-iv-i'. 1-
sive pract.ee of' t-- i 1 .if- -.uf i
witesw ef the .-..is! v " ' ' J'
Ploaeet tear 'a-.theja-. aij uc. ..
rsrehs u itn.iRT F iampbi-ll m d
Of. lyw . s . aU iiav., n. t!i are t'i
DOit aOOCfial ' I ' r . ' Wrik lUl.-C ilflif
uisootrel '!. tt v i rwriuiD'pr rt ttn-y
briajip-we u- tt.e -trtis'"'. f t..
mtuelBBar . r in . liaat he kuu-a
where AU l.i-:r cured a Kei.tieuii.ii f a
weak apt' a u i jirticrifrej ti.eui
tsce, Witt . i, . rt-iHi t
Oa. I . n
la Reiiiui-- tilt in. ut ol t ntuld .i'ui.
Food c - - ' - :. - s- ' t i- t ,e
bloOd be,' t c y N 'i I'' t
In healL In m ti , i- t v rt urki.
abot Wh wu t ri-i ..., ai. i tlit; (h ,,r U.e
ielara. 1 ;
1 j t':ar.". " - fill
ii lit-. u ued ph
i .:od r, ate them In
.ro hu . irud hare ft Ten
tbelr wr-i - t t t a to their innocence and
.n'Ta of the )oirel and Uool.
1. . a ... value is to those Urine In aetue
lueiaU ...ere doctors cut only be had at great ei
ln.. For if ou are sick, you bare only tb take
on" r more doses of Brandrith's mis to get eared.
I dll lireetlon are with each fox.
hoi t ty all Dru.crii.
Tim SKCItlST or nBHITV Use in the
Bauof llsrai' Ma.'fDoiiaa Bilaa lavr tiW 3rmntxioi.
Roughnrr. KtHint-an. blotehe. SuBbura. Freeklea i
and T-u (li-pper when U h applied, and a heau
t.fult np lex ion of purs, satin-ltke texture if ob
tained. Tbe l'laioeet faataree are made to glow
with Uealthnil Bloom aad Voaihful Heautv.
Rememher llaeaa'K Maenoh Balm 1 the thfaz
that prixineM thee elT-ct, and any Lady en Meure j
itft-r"3ceatjat anyufourft-tres. t
To prrerre and dren the Hair oe Lettn'i Kat-ha-roi
lii -e ff the calp protluee gra hair and bald
new The ue of HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIR REM: WE It will restore it to iU natural oolor
and pr'tmote Its growth.
tur Treatine on tho Hair sent free r ma 1.
K. P. HALL A CO.. Nashua, X. 11., Prr.r.etMn.
Mi l. EV Rather more active at r AC 7 per cent on
call loans, chiefly at 6 per eeat.
STKULIMi EXCHAXflB A shade flruwr at Iu9t
O lost tor gold andfirst-etaal bills.
GOLD Steady, opening st 130, advancing and
closing at 1314.
;OVER.N"WEXTS-Bonds Iljll and stsady.
Tbe fbHowlag ware the oloslng quotations st
Registered Ss '81 1 Jl
U. o. l'.;. SI
tteup si ..120
Registersds's W llfil
u. a. s's 6-iuooup'es. laM
D. b. s's .V -U eoup'os 119
de 6S Jan. July.. .IIS
doeonp 's?.. iig
6-aicoup. '68 lis
MMiis re 101
Currency sixes .10
ST-ICK-2 The following were the closing iuot
at'on at 4,-si r.m.:
IV. Union Te! t,....
Hartt i Erie
I'. C. a Cincinnati
Toledo X vvbh...
ChiCiii N IV....
sill. A tst 1'aul
Pr.. toil States Sip.. !
ST l'entr.1 lTl
Kax! 7, '..
.... It3 . uo.nrer.
.... SM , Plttsonr!!h,F.W.AC. 85
.... 123 I Alton A'l erre Haute 3!
1 15. A Vllch. Sout'n. 94 Io tiret ?
(juleaailvor I.j I hlc;oi Alton.... 141
Hudson FUvef 17s j lopref. 113
Wal.r P..r I4i 1 Ohio a ill's 271
N. J. C-ntrsl loft
Lavnov, Oct. 10.
Bonds 'B2, SI i j old '65, nil , JT,wl. to-KTs 7t(
btocks, quiet Krle, ?i , Illln.il. 931.
Fbasefobt, Oct, 90.
Bonus CvWd hoary. Flvo-twenties 871 for the
.-. V..rk Market.
Nsw Yoaa, Oct, iju,
ASIIhVs lots quiet, steady. Pearls doll and
UlTTl IS-Heavy, 1 lower. 8 des IXfl bales at 2tt
for ral'Mling npland.
FbOU It, Jtc Receipt 18.M5 barrels.
Without decided change. Sales lvia) bsrreliat
5 M a S 90 for buperfins State and Westerni
6 0T St 6 so for eotnmon choice extra state;
G 1 5 ft) 6 Ml do extra Western ; G 60 ss 7 00 good
cholMwhitewheatextra, GI5r 665 common to
choice round h..p Ohio v 6 95 sr 6 75 for common to
fair extra t. Louis 1 7 ml Si 8 ai rr good choice
do. ci. sins qoiet. Inclullng ftoobbls. lowtrjadis
extras for .xiortatG lis G Hv.
CALIFORNIA FLOUR Dull and nominal.
OKIXiOS FLllUR llulland nominal.
live KLOUR A shade firmer. Sales SOJ bbls.
at t 7. ? 6 23.
CI-IKH HKAf. Qulet.
W1IIMKEV Without decided cbanje. Sales 330
Mm. Wcsfrn st 1 21 a I 2l fros-iccludlng Iron
nind at latter price.
WHEAT Tne market is heavy and 3 cent
5 cents lower, riales I1JU bu-hels at I 12
a I nfjrreloctedNo3Sprlng) Ilir.rXf 5- 130
t I 38furwint.rred Illinois 1 1 45 35J for winter
rd and amber westirn,t MSI 75 fur white Ml
Chlvn. ItVE-Flrmer. Sales I ttjO Imshels Western at
B rtLEV-A shade eai'er. Sales Hrobnshs at
1 33 Stt 1 10 for otate. I 50 a 1 37 for Canada Wjst.
BARLEY MALT Dull.
lUcelpts Com, 7S hnshels.
C0RS Opened heavy and I cent, 2 cents
lower. Sales 43000 bushels at 57 1 02 for un.
sound mUed Westerni I Ot a 1 1 for sound Co.;
1 OS & for western yellow, and 1 05 for common
Receipt oats bl)-i buiheK "
OATS lleivr and dulL Sales 3S.0D9 bushels at
60 (a C3 new Southern and Vtestern, cloiiag li-
sloe toe price. T
COFFEE Quiet. Sales (00 bsgs cf R!o on private
SUGAR Active, Sales ld lihjs. at Hi IS 121
for t'ubas 12 its Mi for 1'orto Rico.
HOPS Quiet. 10 St S) fir American.
PETROLKUSI-Steady. Saleaat IT I lor crude JH
WOOL-FIrm and quiet. Sales Z,c.i fs. at lj a
S3 for domestic neece ; 34 unwashed, 13 & M for
palled. 23 for Texas.
LEATII ER Hemlock sole In fair request at 30 0
32 1 Buenos Ayres and Hio Grande. litht and
middle weights 23 3l;heavy do : California !l-ht
and middle weights , 27 (31 23 heavy do.
PROVISIONS Pork heavy, bales 3bblsat
30 M a 3100 for mess; eloslnz at 30 75 cubs
25 00 B 26 00 tbr prime . and 'C 50 S 28 CO for
BEEF Quiet. Sales 140 bids, at 6 PO SO 13 CO for
new plain mess; 12 Oil 17 50 Tor new extra meM.
Beef nauu Quiet. Sales 630 barrels at 18 00 T
CUT MEATS-Steady. Sales 120 pk gs at 1 1 1 a I Ef
for "boulders t 17 a 19 Tor hams:
JllDDLKi. Quiet and firm. Sales S3 boxes les
cared st 17. es lu.
LARI Heavy. Sales3M tcs at 1C, O 171 for
steam : IS for oholco do., ly es tdl for kettle ren
dered BUTTER Steady, at 20 a 31 for Ohio; 20 Is, i
CHEESE Firm at 17 lx.
iiuriiMjitoii i;n..n Muiii.t;
Corrected dally fur the Fnn Pacss A lines: Coal
and Wood by G. W. Becawrru; Country Pro
duce. Flour and Groceries, by J.S. Peiaca A Son,
Provisions, by S. H. Mestox X Co.; Hay and
Grain, hy Cuanus Smru; full, ac, hy
Coai and M'eJ.
Coal.pton, til I30i Hard, uesawed, )()
VA OOd. CtlfA IHnll b.wkI ...I
Hard, sawed, IO00 ' un'awnl, 7 00
Peas per bu.h.,$ 1 7Jsl CO I Sweet PbULies H lb, 6c
Green Corn pvrdox. Cabhavre per hd., 7c
Tomatoes per lb., Je ibiuaKLes per 10., is
do per bash, 1 2s ileaus r qrt., 10 it 150
Potatoes per bu., ii&l'ic do perbuslil,2tiiUt3iO
Onions per lb., tie ilnlter iier lh., 3Bic
do K' bu, ICueaoo Lardperlb., 23 0 Se
Betperlb 2e thoeso per lb., lie A)
TnrnlfM per lb., Egai per uo2 aK
Apples, t ti 1 ft) ti 1 -a Hekleepergal., 75c
Granges per dot., 70o do in jars.
Lemoos trdox. 1 U0 m 1 25 45, 00, W St I 90
Cranberries f qrt., 'J Tnglish do., mid, 50c
Flour and Grtctritt.
Flour V bhl., ISjrup, IU0B I 25 4 1 50
Spring Wh. 6 5ite5n sugar i O,
Winter, 9 on sr- HUM i Granulated, 19a2n
Coffee l ft, foffee crush. 17 . U
Pure Java roast. .!. Brown, 14. 15 17
do raw, Kest loaf sugar, 2) fc ,'lc
R'o, 3i Tea f ttv,
MolasMf If gab, I Blk. l.,long,
rouuaon, ho . i ya i so
P. u. II , 1 u) a I In Japan I isj, i 25 St l so
N. O., 125 I Green Tea,
Kerosene Y gal 5u I no, i 25, 1 50, 1 60, 2
I Vinegar 1 gl., 40 4 60
Beef V It,
Veal, fore quar.
Hay e ton,
10 45 20
a sT li
121 T 15
IS AT 1
30 sr (ki
Dried Cod if tt, 6 9e
Toefrees V Sou nd
per lb., 120
llallhut Fin., ia,
Smoked Halibut, lie
Smoked ttaleaoa, Se
perlb, MS 19
du balmon 12rlvi
do Trout, I5e
do White Pish, loe
du Herrlnjcs, Cc
SaiTU 'A(et-Id Ulnesburr. Oct. Uth, by Rev.
C. &. rerno, Mr. Jobs Miles buitn . f Uuntiagt. n,
and .Mis) Mary Adeline Casey 1 f Jeilcho
MrsrBsr ni LL-In Uiceshur.. Oct- id, by Rev.
C. E Ferrin. Mr. J Phelps Murphev of Bristol, aod
Miss Helen Jane Hull of H ioaaliurg
Case Jtwm.LIn Wlllihoro. N. y., Thar-lav,
Oct. Uth. by Rev. A. D. Ba.ber, A. R. Camp. M !..
ot RichovoQ-i. t.. to Miss Flora A Jewell of Wills
boru, daughter of the late Joshua Jewell, Es..
Reatvsn lo this e-ty. Thurvdsy morninr, Oct
14lli.Biier.dao, vouogeet child or N. IV. and Mini
Kol,iii.a. sged iyearv and 14 das.
Baowaaiov-In Wllliston,8turday, Oct teth, at
10 p.m , Alfred A Brewneli. aed 20 years, son of
Edward and Mary M RrowaeU.
TtLta In this elty. Medav. October lib. Mrs.
. J. T) ler. wuV ol W. A. Tyler, assd a years.
VNV person w th from JH -- to .,(W0 caah, who
may with U ioan thv aatM, or to eogAfe M
ftlent nr aetir partner tn a rentlar, safe and well
tahlihe-.l tiusiueei in the c.t at moderate proSta,
i'i hear of an -pportunit by atldrensf; ae below.
T t-i ine4i tiiipooi is formsh the additional
Capita, requtretl, the exact ntuaUoo of the binc!
will t e ;
ivjll inade kni
- um u;ii tiie rt mci
t n, Oct Artii,
j j t ix- itKt kivi;i vi mix .1
A lare addition to our atoek uf
3i li K I iV it SI!! It T S
!D .11 uY Y K J-i ,
ci:ti.iv.i tv., I
Making aa aswrtaiaat (alt aod esaplfU, w.
apaln call attention to it We are srlhnr I
th.. goods at rary lo prtca .
WE IUVB A FEW KECK OF
Bleary Gray Full Cloths,
Which we reoommsnd to th.se wisbingracb gtaals
as being t.peeially durable.
THEV ARE MA.NCFAtTCRlOl BY THE
Are warranted free from either cotton tx tiaddji.
Harinf; mild theee dei lr vxvr three year, our
reciitnuiendatxm in tment a ez'wrieoee. Seeell j
umi7nmimi.f a utner imhui wumo arr au t
H!VAlll HA It 10 V,
o. 156 Cbureh street.
DcrlinxtflB, Oct. 20th, 1969 diw iff
I'ltKI'AKi: KOll COLD WEIT1IKR.
KUtW OUT TUB COLD.
It u It b c r .75 o u I el i 11 g a
DOORS AND WINDOWS
FOR SALE BY
I.. M. - I. 1IACAU.
Our Prices sire. Reduced
Ou heavy Hues of Goods eoa.-gded to us by manu.
factnrets, consisting ef
Gents Shirts and Drawers,
Ladies' & Chil'n's Under Flu nels.
Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, Ac
Th. prices are VERY LOW, and ladle can luy
ft T REM ON T ROW,
Opposite head of Hanover St., Boston.
S. S. l-IOUG-I-lTOaNT.
72 TREMONT STREET.
Oppcs-to Tremont IIoue, Boslen,
S. -. HOUGHTON.
S.1 TREMONT STREET,
at tho LADIES' PAVILION, Boston.
Tho I,nrget I'nncy Dry Coo.ls More in
S. tf. I-IQTJGIITON".
We hare a eplAiidld itock of Vavae. BtuLetit, BocLs,
t'let?, Cbln nd Gia Ware. Pioture. Frame.
KU Uon cry, Children Cirrics. Crockerr Ware,
TraTelHiiz Trunin, I7arpt liasr, Perf jmery, Bronte
Tor polluhinic -'-de, lwot. ficey Hoxen. tillfer
PlavlM Wkro, ihrd t'a-ts, Frettb CutFlorrrt Ttry
day from tlie Gieen-house. all kind or ne Toyi,
together with our LARUE ttuck of lUbbotw, Hat,
FLOWERS. Velreta, Drew Trimming, Lace Hand
kerchief, Embroil erlts. Black Silk, Carpeting,
Ru-f, bmall Wares, Jewelry, Uatton. Hoop Kklru,
Ac'jle., all of wnlch will be sold at popular rleet, at
M TREMONT STREET,
S. S. HOTJGT-ITOX
beln- a natlv. of Ealrles, VL. Invites the attention
orVermunter to his placo orhusloeM tu Boston,
and will take especial pleasure lo Larins lailles and
enUluien Irom that state vult his
55 TREMONT STREET, BOSTON. MASS.
Laroe SocJ ;in rritly r.liwJ Fran.
M Hinnii(!, lScraias.crar.CuiTtivot
CeALt, liaRt,xo S Kfo.
.m r-to."..IMMlr''rJr M'fdlns. hann-x Bled In
said Court her petition agalnit the sail Cbarles
llaroujg, jutlns in subsUnee, that she and th. said
t-haries Harding were married on the tth day or
August. 11-63, that alter their m.rriaire they eo
habited ss husband and wireat narllngtou, uni t the
month orseptemter, 15i7,aod that dating their said
cohabitation the said Charles Harding treated her
with Intolerable severity by assaulting, beating and
otherwise misusing her. and praying for a direree
and for the custody of their infant child. And it
appearingthat the said Charles Harding Is without
Onl.,ll,.lll....il.k..1.. ,T . ,
.... .u..,u,Mmv.uiH iiruia u. tLUteil
to appear Ufure the Supreme Court ocxi to I held
at Burliniton. within and for the County of fhltten-
dn.nnlh.nitlTnui.ui. , .. ,
annver to said petition, by publication ortliW . rder
- waouDcrMiTtijiDiiiB tteeaiy rrie iress,
a newspaper pnollstieU at said Eurllngnin. the lut
tr which publication shall be at iea.t si weeks
previous to the commencement of aid term.
Vated at Burlington aroresald, this ISth ay of
17w3 Cletk ef the Supreme Court.
To BrU3tt OWrit:
John O'.Vell, of Underbill, In th.
.onuiy ci uniEiennen. ti& n rf lath
otmtr of (!ht4i.rlfT. hnu niwi uth. c
imvvjvj, vi.ui.ciBiiatJouaiiy, nsitt. rr atlirorce,
s ;orth lhlt on ttlB 'fi-&--vy ft pteratwr,
JsC3, at Uarlinston. in ili County, he iatrm.rried
withyoa, n4 fUL fully HtwI with joa until Joc
f"tU, 14, whoa oa wilfaliy dceri-i him. and
ilaco ha? to coctlcaed; and pm f njf f jr a rtirorw,
1 ,JLl t iMt twenty yein t. lias H?t In
nld rnderhlll. and It appears ? tlint y. n ar with
out tho 5-tite, you ar hcrcbr rtKjnlred to ap
P'" n tbe firrt day of the next tno of
ld Ccurt, to Ive held at l.arlincton. In mi C innty,
on the first Tueiaj- in Januarr, ir70t acdmakt
answer to mzh lili thi. t.r,iair ti. ma.i'-.- .
quired ti ptihlUh, according tola, m the BarHnc
ton Weekly Freo Pre-. Jated at barHoiCtonafre
laid, on t'liu arth day of October, A. i. 1-4
'73tT X. J. HOWARD, Clerk.
DAVID M. VHKUVH KSTATK."
rK, theSaierilr3, hirinz hn appointed hy
? the Honorable the Pruiute Court fur the IHa
trict of Chittenden, CouUDh.rcen t rwoiv, ex
atuine and a-ljust the claims aod demti(i el
all frtrmmi, aain-t Uie li-Ute vvf Da id M.
Phelps late of BarhnRtoD. id aid Wr-trn-t, de
eeiMd. and aLx all ela.im and demand u
hihited in offset thereto ; aad fix niontha from the
day of the date hereof, bein allowed hy mid
Court fr that purpo.e, we di therefore hereby
Sire notlM.thatwe will attend to the tudned of
our appointment at the booae t the Wid.tw oo
Mniden Lane, Eurlinptt-D, aa'd Df-tnct. on the fltst
Wdneday of Noremter and Mareh nejt, at 10
o'cliek A. if., oa eaeh rrt:kid di a.
Dated this llth dav uf October, A.D- im.
CU. T SMITH. ,
UKSHV N. PsCSIINELL, mmUsiooeri.
Cin.Or. MOItCAVS KSTATK.
STATE OF VERMONT, 5 To all pernons eun-
eemeu in toe ovtate of
JChloe 3Irn late of
Wfc-tford, in said iJletrict. deeeaM-l,
At a Prohate Cort holden at Buralszton, within
and for the Ditr. of Chittenden, n the 7th day
of Oct. A.vO. tb69, an Irutrument, purportms to be
the lalt Will aad Tvestament. of t"hIoe Morgan,
late of Wettford. in taid Dintiict, detite-1, was
iresented to the Oonrt aforr4id, for in and It
ordered byatid Court that the 5th da of or.,
A. l. tr49, at the Probata turt Kooim in raid Rur
llacton, reai)Ened fr prn.ine ld lanirmaeni;
and that cotiee thereof tren to all prfvms eun
cerned.by pnbliehlne this order thre wvkf hkj
ceMlvvly In the "Burlington Free 1 re," a nenipa
per printed at aald Burlington, prerloiu U the time
Trebpfork, you are hereby ntUM W appear be
fore Aid Court, at the time and bUoe aSWad, and
eonten the prohate ofaUd will, if you hare aa.
OiTenttDirVriay hand at lrHnfctoalo ntM Vit
trict, thta 8th dar of October. A. D. .(
lGwJvr T. E. WALES, Judge.
iOlslVIA M- CtTIal.V'S KNTATK.
STATE OF VEHV.ONT, To all persons eon
ittrtteebm. Is nM Met net, dtwawwa.
At a lYsbaU Court boldan at HarUttoa. within
and for the IKatrict of Chittenden, on the 'th day
of OcU. A. 1. 1869, aa liwUiiiiMBt. purportiiue to
he the laet Will and Tegument, of Olivia M. Tatlia,
late'ifBurlinrnn in;aid Injtrli-t deeaaed, was pre
wntol 1 1 the Ctmrt af reaaid, U,r Pr'-at. and it if
ordered 1 Court that the 'th day of N.,r , A.
D. Idbt, at the Prohate Court Room ia said iter
Hnicton, lw ikmif f'-rprvvlntf aaid JivU-umnt,
and that notice tne.ee iven t-i all lerjunoeiiD
eerned, bv puhlishintr this order three weeka eue
eetivaljr ta tbo ''llintoa Free Prer," a newFvpa
per printed at aald Burlington, preriuuj to the tiuie
TBraaroaE. ymt are hvrehr not filed to appear be
fore raid Court, at the ttae aad ptaee atbred, and
oonteet tbe prohate of amid will, if you hare oa..
Giren under my band at Biirlinctoa In said Dia
trlet. thla Stfa day of icwbr. A . L. I -9.
I.w3w T. E WALBeJ, Judce.
Alxi L. Siai, 1 Szj.im or Vvemuofr.CamDK!t
ts. CoCMtr, sa.8rraaiaCvCBT,
Ca. C. Sam. ) Jaicaar Tea, A. D.
To the Honorable Suprem Court next to be bi.ld
en at Borllnifton, la and for the County of huten
3a, and State of Vermont, on the flt Tueday of
Janatirr.A. IJl Il-69, the prOtion of Alma L. tSaKin
of Jericho, In the County of Chittenden, hum My
ahowrth that on the .2th day of July, A. 0 Wi9,
cut hy the name of Alma U fhrntley, waa lawfolly
marred taCharle C. Sbio, Uten of aaid Jeriebo,
and that be continued to l're with tbe said Cbarlee
C. Samu ta the ikiiafol dbobaret ofall tbe datiea
Ineambent on her aa tbe wife of tha aatd Cbarlee C.
Habui bdUI the 2vthday of beeacahor, A. I.
when the said t'har.M C. Sbin dfertwd the PetJ
tiener. and has erer cfnee fbr more than three years
wholly neglected aod refused to lire with. r pro
Vide tor tbe petluoneraii hU wife, and baa wholly
neglected to dlteharre any of theduMelnou aret.t
on him a her h unhand. 6be farmer heih that
h has resided ia mM Jerlebo, m tbe County of
Chittenden. and ttatim of Vermont, for the paot. four
years. She tarwor prays tbat this baoraI
oiurt will order and decree that tbe petit.ooer he
divorced fron aaid Charles C Sabto, and d eel a red to
lie sole, stncle and unmarried.
Dated at Jericho, this :th day uf November, A. D.
L. K. WiLira, ALMA L. b BIN.
Att' for PetitMDr.
9TATR OP VERMONT. The f.-r-c.-'mc pati
Cbittedcn Coditt . v Uon having lM-n en
tered opon the iloeet of the Sapreme Court in
'hiUenden Cmctv at tbe January tvnn ( ul
Court, A . I0, and it appear! ng that thv pent oo
r ta tid Charlce C. Mrbin, resided "Hitol tbw Mu.
aad not barioc bad sottoe of It. pendeney of aaid
aati clou , TWrefore it m orderwd that Mid smww )
eonttiisMd to taw Jaaaary Term of said Ourt. to 1
held am tb ant Tueedaf of January, A. I)., 7n, at
Barlinctoa, al tbal Ud ClurWi C. babtn be noli
Svl i appear on the fret Tveaday of Janntry, A. I.
IfCO. at Burlintrtoa, ta aaid Court, and make anewer
Wtaeftifweitxfic babtn. by the
publieation of said petition ana taie orr thrv
weeks In the Burlington Free Ptea, printed at
Burlington aforesaid, the latt of wbieh public itlon
shall N at least elx week previous to tlie neit
ten:i r.faaid Cunrt
Baritttftiv, AtKUfltTth, IK
l.-wJw A.J. HOWARD, Clerk.
JOHN CIIOTBIC-S OTATK.
STATS OF VKRVOST, ) 1"Le Hon. Prohate Cisort
(for Um Distrkt of Ctut
tenden; To all penoM Interested In the estate r.f John
CrotsKku ot Albany County, ttute af New York.
T IIERBAS, apvlteatlon In wrrtin- hath been
i made to thta Court bv the rnardtan of aaid
ward, tW Iroetike te eell the real estate of askid waHt,
Mrttiac forth toemm that tbe tid Jvbn Croteau is pos
eaaeu ot an unuiTnea nstn part ea n iir iw .o.
49 and aad one-ha If of Water let No. 4t aad lots
beta situated lu tbe oorner fitrmed by tbe west line
of water straot aed south line of lUak street in
BurlioirtoB, subject to a Ufa eattte in bis father
Joseph C'oteau, aad tho riti acquired bj the Ver
mont (Vntral Railroad Company, and that it would
be for the iu treat of his aaid ward tet said land a
ih-uld w solt aad e-nverted iaio money.
A a e Taaaatrru! Um aaid Conrt app.nited unli
sitted Um .Ud day of Clober, A. D. ltky, at the
Probate Court Hooma, ia said Dtftriet, to hear and
decide Bpn taid applieation : and orderwl that pab
lie notk thereof be cireo to a.l pem.na interested
therein, by pabtiahinz this order three wsa sue
eeeaively, in the " rtarlloKtoo Kree maa,
a asmspaper watteh eirealates in the iwi)(hborboud ef
tact- autin wtererted treim, all of whte puMi.
mUonsahaUbe previous to the time appointed air
Tbenftroyou are hereby notiled to appear b fore
mM Court, at the time and place amreaaid, then aod
there to object to tbe caatimx f ueh Ueeae, ifyou
lilr.o aoder mr haixl, al the Prohate Court Rooms,
this I t dsy of October, A. il. 169.
I5w3w T. K. WALES, Judge.
A LB IRT G. WtLUAMt, l Chiiti.ide,i CoWwttSb
t '- pb&m k Cocrt, January
AawKUl J. .V.LUav-ts. .Term, 170.
AlterlG. WIUfaHM pafeittaas tke Honerakle Su
preme Court, next u be holden at Burlington In
the ruoniy of Chitteadeo, oo the firtt Tnetiaay ef
Janua'y, A. V. I'd), letting forth In auWUeee, that
he wai oa the 19th day ef October, A. L. IStA,
Jfitoed fa aarrir with AdeUa J. Belden. at
the town ef Texa. State ef Michigan, and that he
llred witti ber, keeping all the marrfax eoTenants,
until July 15th, l, at Richmond, Vt.. when the
Mid Adria J. ileaerted him w'thout just cauif, and
went to tbebtavte of Mieblan. trndnas erer sibM
refused to coaabtt or live ith him. and that since
Raid marriag:' hoXoaeaJl the time and fur more than
three yir lat ptu-t raided at Richmond, Vt.
1 atd Rtelmod. Sent, .ff th, l.
ALBERT If. WILLIAMS retltlcner.
S.1I DaTis.Att'y for Libeliant.
STATE OF VERMONT, 1
CaiTTatDk'f CorsTT, us. )
Tne litel in Ue abore cae harm; beu exhibited
to me. and it bem,; made to appear that tlie libelee
therein resides without tan Mate, io that serTtee
cannot le made cn ber in the ordinary way. it ta
ordered that the uid A deli J. Williams be sum
moned to appear at the term cf the So pre tne Court,
to be held at Burlington, within and for tbe County
of Chittenden and btnte of Vermont, ou the Hrjt
Tnewiay of January, A. 1. 1S70, then and thereto
taavke answer to sad liel, by ubii.hlDS tbe eub
tUnce ol ani libel, together with this ordrr three
weeknuc3e.ivtly la the Barlln 'ton Free Preu. a
weekly newspaper, printed at Butlintcn afcreoald,
the last ef wbich publications, iball 1-e at least
six week before the aald term of taut Court which
thall be ruiBcieat notice to the 4ld Adella J.
Williams to appear at ami term of Court, and answer
til Ten under my hand at Burlington, thU 6th day
Of October, A. i. Iw. AU.
M J. PIERPOINT.
Iaw3w Judtfe cf the bupreme Court.
'iI113 FIRM OF S. L. RETNOLDS X CO. is this
1 uay diiolrel by natukl oot.ter.t. All settle
ments tf JW-Nunts may be ms-tie with S. L. Reynolds
at the old staAd. tS. L. RE. .NULl".
WM. V. REY.NOLl3.
Wlnooskl, Vt , Oct. 7th.
rivllE nnJer.!ned have this day formed a Co
JL uartnerhlu. nader tho name and stle of
PLATT rtKVNOLIW, and will continue business
at th. old stand of 3. L. itev nolds i. Oo.
L. II. PUTT, Jr.
3. L. HEOLIS.
Wlnooskl, Vt , OcU 7-tdlwiwlw
OCTOBKK IG. I 1(15.
AR5IT LIFE ln a Blick Regiment, by CoL Hit
Etnson. HESTER BTR0SG3 LIFE WORK, or tho Mjstery
Solved, by Mrs. Southworth.
BARRV LTNI")M, BCRLISQUES Thaekery's
SILAS WARNER, Eliot's Household edition.
OUR DUMB NEIGHBORS, hy Thomas Jackson,
a beautiful work,lllustiatea, small quarto, gilt.
ARMS ASD ARMOR. Library ot Wonders.
BESSIE AT hCIlOOL, by Juanna II. Mathews.
CIIRISTOPUER KEN RICK, his Lift and Adven
tures by Joseph llatton.
UE THAT OVERCOM ETII. aConquerine Gospel,
by W. E. Boardman.
THE VEIL LIFTED, or th. Romanes and Re
alities of Convent Life.
TRUST AND TRY, and other stories.
THE V.CslC GOVERNESS.
CN DER THE CROSS. New eaition, ISmo, jilt.
ATLANTIC ALMANAC lor IWli.
Iff the District Cvoirt of th. Caiie m.. ,
Dlstriet of Vermoat. In th. )Sut rtf. ff ' th.
Uis.Bankropt. In lkrnptcrTTott,fc,tdl!i',';
said Ariel Uomlnj, bankrupt, aM S aU .-l " ?
whomitmajjaintern. Th ojidprilOTol A..'JT
UeEstats of said Bankrupt, h.r.by elru niu
it has heen ordered, by the Ihetrlet Conrt cf salii im-I
trict, that the Sccon-t (il)Meetlnc of the crwltorl
or said Bankrupt be hsll at the .the of Hon. Ati
Cnderwood, In Wells Rlrcr Tlls:!n Newtvurr ln
said District, on tbe ISthdarof Jforemher. A. n
lj,9. at JO o'clock a. before A. L'Dilerwooil, one
named in the 27th section or the Baakrupe act of
,J'atl at Ne'vrburr, In said District, this 13th day
J0IW BAILKT, Jr., AlBee.
rjUlIS IS TO 0IVH N0TIC R .That on the Ifth
A day of Oct., A.I). 1V9, a Warrant :n Bankruptcy
wasNaaeda-alctthsestateofrrsnk I, OnotsioMM,
of ohelloo, ln the County iT Franklin, ana
state ufWincnt, who has iten adjudged a Bank
rupt on his own petition that tha par
meat of any debts, am! dsllrery tf any
property helnndo' to sakl Bankrupt, to him, sr
ror hU u, anj tho transfer of say property
by him, are TorhHilen by law. that a meetinr
of th ere-litors of said Bankrupt, to proro their
debts, anJK on, or mar. Araiimeesof his
! .' wUI. If nM at. Conrt r Bankruptcy, loh.
holden at the office of Dewey 4 .NoMe In St. .Ubars
In the County of Franklin, and Stat, or Vermont;
before L. L. Lavrrence. Kan,., KeKister, on tho 2d day
of Member, A. D. 1VJ, at IS o'clock V
I. A. BMAtLEV.
Deputy I'nlted States Marsluil, aa llesseagir.
TN BASKRCPTCrDUtriet of Vermont, ss.-At
X Rutland, the 1st day of October. A II., ia. T&,
undersigned hereby sires nwtiee cf his appointment
as aulxnee of Henry Pttay 4 Trunun rete.ton,
partners of the firm of Way St Kgirlestoo of Manehe
ter, ln tho County of Beuninirtou and Suto r.f Ver
mont, within avid District, who have heen adjod'ed
bankrupts upon their own petition, by the Dlttriet
Court or said District.
Iowjw JACOB EDliERTU, Assignee.
IN BANKRCPTCV. District of Vermont SS.-.U
Rutland tbe 1st day of October, A. IK lf9.
Iheundemnied hereby iriresnotiee ofhls appolBf
ment as Assignee or IImy P.Wa . of jlanehesur, m
the County of BeoBiost.-r., ao,i btale of Vermont,
within said District, who has hnn adludced a
lunkrupt upon his own petition hy tbe Daunct
Court of saat District.
15w3w JACOB ED6ERT0S, Assignee.
f Phis is to sire notice That onrbe iM day of Sen
X tember. A. D. a warrant m Baakrouley
wis Issued SKaieat the ertate of harios A. Blllms.
of Kutland, iuthetouutyor Rutland aod euteuf
I ermont, who has hern adjudged a rankrupt . his
own petition, that the pa meat of any dehte aa4
delivery nrany property lH9l'aein u, sud Bank.
nipt, U him, or lor hMuse,aiIth.tranrerorany
property hy him, are Forbidden by la, that
a meedeic of the creditors of said Bankrupt, to
prove their debts, and to choose one or mer. As
signees of his estate, will he held at the Court of
Baniruptey, to b. loldo, at the United States
Court Rooms ia Ratland, in the County ot Rutland
aed Mate of Vermont, before A. V Lyman Ra
Register, on the 2th day of October. A. 1. IS09, at
10 o'clock A.M.
, & SMALLnT.
w!4w3 Cepoty I. S. otarshal, as vlmspr.
r7MI-I.OV.MK.Vr iio a day. aad oonstaat
f -j .aw aa asavaaa h'iuuih-T, antl lrvflt.
aMe buisMJ. Great i4aoniot olTrJ samples
U!7; s,Ad?rB Wilh -P, JAMES U. HAND i Co..
IOO A lt.ni St A aU.lv HY
PAID for Aeenta, rnali and female , buamers yr
mastral. Encluee -c. ttump Van Allen A t'o i7l
Bread way, Aew York. (Clip eat, and retarnad
13 1 C I I HJ R ' S
Are baiax reed by people of erer, eem mmddm
inatiaw ail over tbiseuct and r.arofre. They sr.
full ov vital, beautuul ivliaious tbuira, aad fselms;.
Plymoutk Pvlptt is puolKied weealy .ndconcaias
Mr. IWeeber' bermi aj an.: Prav er. in fim inooii
r resernafM. i1 (fiii7. ,or sale hy all news
oaaiers. mce lot 1 early seliecnpttons received
by the publisher. !!), giving twobaoidsome olaiaes
of over four hundrea jvsaces each. Half yearly, $1.7$.
A new aad so pert, Steel portrait or Jlr. Beeeher pre
sented to aU yearly subscribers Cxtrvtrdmar-j
if", I'l.l Mill HI I"lI.I'lTl.i).anlTJIK
till KCII t MON tLU,,, an nnasetarian, la
depwident. Christian J mrnal IS paces, cut aad
sutebad. euasrly priate.1. ably eii twl. sent to one
addrees ur a weeks for omr doit art. baeei.i induoe
ments to eanvasers and th... lettiu upolab.
Spaeisaen copies, postage free, fur 'a.
J. It. t OltlJ 4V t o., r-aVs.Ji.Perk Sow,'. Y.
Oet. ti. tdJtwtw
A8ESTS WASTED FOR THE
SSHTS AA'D SKCRKTS
OK TUE .NATIONAL. CAl'JTOU
tatartltnc, iaaUruetiTe. and eniertainiBt
r the day. bend fur Circular, and e
our terms. Addi-em C. S. PtTBLlSUING CO.,
bept tdAwtw til BrwuwBUN.T.
ABEXTS are making f-rtunea aaUtmc our new
I hoaaehold wurk, which will pro re in erery fiunuv
orm mev reluntle.1 hy an eminent autW. Finelj
, iliusrateU . hiichl ensiuitvod by piOietfAteuai aiul
, KieritiAc meo . uwUt 'cn i .t naoeit tells to
aU 1 laaata, without rfar'l i pxiitic, cliifioo. or
I oeouMthn. Secured hy act of I udthi. Now rea ij.
lend for liluetrated cireu.ar, fail paruvuiar..
' E. B TAEA1 4 O.. Put.l atven.
1 Swpt- 23, tdiwlw. 6 4 Bn adway. . Y.
r ANTED. All -t -f emplo.ment to Canr
for a new Httl'ritMi Work tat rara maont. thren.
liarly adapted U) the voqatr. t ut eauallv entertain
imj and inatrunive t ail, anl maluatle tu rj
Chriatian familr uns.oalevl in elegance aad cheap-
j heuu; rm4?iiuM'l wi!X afav.'jr it hi tngnrtmg.
abperletKd AfQle and otfier. wautuu, a work
' that will fell at sitht. shooi-l secure ebo-ce tf t?rii
' tory at once. For yarticalan, trm. 4c. dire P.
GARRETT A CO, Philadelphia Pa. 4w
F.ISjL, ... SB9.
2few Goods ! XVew Goods !
A Utgm s
1'UiID WOOL sn.VMTLS,
PL.1.V ir 1'L.VID POPLINS,
AMI FK1XCII MERINOS,
Cheap a-i "Ever.
.1 hitc Wool Ftannclx,
AT ALL PRICKS.
REAL SlIAKEP. FUVSKELS.
riv. Thomaaad Vards
PRINTS i COTTONS AT 12i.CB.VTS.
A K'tLISiTOCK OF
MATS AND STOvB RLS.
Sept 7 Miwtf
Accept aanasrorcallin mvatlenUoo t. llODiyS
NERVLNE AND LNVIGORATOR. It has don. me
morsioclthananyothertnedie1nslever took. I
havo rained twelve pounds In llesh, and am oorr.s-
ssjs better & jo'un t. is5aEto
C'iME Into the premises of ths subscriber, ln
Colchester, about avo weeks sin'e, two two.
vear old rattle, on. htlfr and one steer. The owner
Is requested to prove property, pay isharsM and Uks
thamaway. E. IXlLOLAbS.
Colchester, Oct. Uth, ISCJ.-fiWiw
2Jeu? Sdwr.listnunts. .
100 Id Cola paid to an A;ent with
"Tlie Innocent's Abroad."
With ail iti humor, and aU IU richness. Is ready (br
II al. whole pre. of the country is prailiir;
"jail V"' Pr"i who has read it Is known by bis
r?d.Ii , "" ns at0 at Rochester took f
itTotf. ir,e hiv. reporti llks tnlseon-
' e pay the Unrest commissions aod extra
elreouS iu S"" ns foreur eaplsnatorj
forwiiit" ,mtlt' "llieh " mt l4'
AMERICAN pt' BLISIIINO CO., nglwi, C...
la the Weirt and South. ih. why andwtaret
and them. Tlie wonderful proreaa and retonreaa
of the country. Fr8li, intereiiloc and popular.
Una Illort ration. A rare cbaaeo to make mocer.
Send fir circular to
Piorui's PuBUsaiaGCoSprlnslield, 5Iim.
COOl-C AGENTS WANTED 1'OIt
SirnuylCaS and Triumpht or
P. T. BAR HUE! ,
Wamxv sr DtvrssLr. I Osa Laaoa Octavo
VvLCis-isaaLT 00 Ploas-Pulaxib lsS
Ejol sit aso OlR t.
33 l'.Iejant Full Tare KnKraviue.
It embraces FORTY YFARS RECOLLc.CTlll.N3
or his Bu.y Life, as a Merchant. Mana-.r, Banker,
Lncturer, and eliowmin, and sives aeonont or his
Impriaonment. hi. Failure, his Mocessfal turopeaa
Ti.urs, aed important Historical and personal Ke-mlniseen-es.
replete with humor, Anecdotes and
It contains his celebrated Lecture on the Aar es
Mu.-firieTric, w lh ruLs for Success in Busine.,
for which he wa offered Wo offer extra .in
ducement, to Asjeots. Send for Ii pas circular,
with specimen Engraving and terms to Agents.
j. 11. until . ;o..
riibiiili' ts, llnrtfiiiil, Conn.
tbb rrBLisBcm or the large dccblb wrsKLT
Vc i r 1 o rk o h server
Tlie o.de?t and Brst family rictpter, at ogerlog
tt to now ux:ri"r un -ry laromMe terwe
Sample Copii with trtrculari, sent freetOMiT
a idre-. h3.3 ixr annum.
vllAFV V IIIR4R JR A 111
37 Park Row, New Yoax.
COI-I'KCH. AaWratoww, If. J. -4
KaaArd and tiiHion 2flH ut. Tear, f ar cattlmtrurt
Atjdrera Rer Joki II. Bbikblkt, A, M., PnaX
i'iiek: thk woMif.u.
socrnoLD, l. l, n. y.
f"rTUW SHAuTwK PAINT OUR II0CSBV
I I BrJ ff. Maarar. CU2!nix.lja. Pre
by mall on lotelptof pnee. fcsr Wmw,N.Y.
frith Iron Framt, Ottrstrung Bats amd Ajraf nt;.
MElsOm3l)N3 .OiD CABINET ORSAXS.
The beat manafaetured. Warranted lor G jearr.
PI AMIS. MELOOKON AN'D O RGA Nb
jrrntty Tducd foe ( rMsl. New 7-oetate nc $ 77i
aad upward. Nw Calunet Org&a j. aod Dp-
MonthlT iiHtalmenU reeoired. larerofw. 4Sl
Broadway, New York. IIoRieK WaTtn-t.-
T1IK UCST TTVR CAIII.VKTS
PRESSES AND PRINTERS' MATERIALS,
made aad ftiriiiabe-t hy
VAN DERBURU H, WELLS A CO., N'aw Yous.
lj4 Sttnd toad Cyhnitr for Sale
ATTENTION ' ATTENTION: EVERT 31AN
Who ha n House to Paint.
Heady- US a d e Valors
Known as ' Rilrud " Colon-. Gainctel to be
more eeonomieal, morednraMe and more eowy went
th4 any Paiat ever teore fleixd
A hook enttlel " Paain talk with Practical Faint
er?," with eamolsM, aent fr h mail on apoiicallen.
MA9CRY" A WHinN.
..lobo Whits Lead and Color Woto.
Ill FdI&cbSL. Naw York.
Beware of 1 mi tat oni. Eatabliahed liviS.
INriTLTKS.;5 pay- beard, fuel,
wauhjnic. with common Enzliaa braoohe f-r term of
thirteen week", lH-dnntn De". tb. Stodents adr
mil ted at any time proportionally. Miperb bnck
laildinCF fttteen teachers. Ptodeuti e m pursue a
eoum, m titer Col tc-pre para tory. i.. mmr 'KI.
Soienti&a or musical .or nta eclect t&eirowailudlei
out of fifty eiaet. The Vt rntaiol boariinx
Seminary fr ladies and reattemen in the but,
ry A Prof-Mtor will aejuoipany ftude&t from
Brandreth Houl. New York. See eattloanxe. Ad-dre-t
REV. JOS. KING, D. D., Fort K.twrd. N. Y.
M()LST A( i:i- fofee-i U prow in lt ws.
Samplra by mail eeata. Addrees II. RICH
ARDS, b4.x 36 New York P. O.
;rkat atiintic am imcific
I .1 U U It t K C II STREET,
P. O. BOA,W. NEW YORK CITT.
An orsa.'.'Xitit.n of capitalifta for the iorpoe.r
in.prtlnC Teas aod diwtrihatiiia: them VerebanU
throughout ths cjunrry at Imp-Ttt:'- prices
Er.t--oiwlieal. S"ador Price Ut.
i rr.VNTED, a man ;a every town of cno toaai
l f ? nr mare iahajits.au U ffiaaafAture ao1 pq
py other: tu cell and apply; an article or which
' rr Ilium r doltan worth have baeu Mild. Prm
. SHU JlSk wvtr'b needed anon eyrr rvUdlixc.
I Palatal rm U, free tm all. Write foil dtrecttoca
. upon full rumnon sim atamped nv4ife. fed the
euda toifKhe- an. eneloM fur p&rticu.at t REA
BR ICOTR86T, Bex :, Bneton, M.-
4 GKM5 WAMKI).
xi. montn. m Mil tne onxinai nd impiv
Mil the orixual and impfove-l
t Lomnvtn M rami.y Setting Machine. AUcoai
I pleto ror 9 1 5. It will bem. felt, Mitch, brad. braM
1 andembrmdertoamotst isope-rior tnaaiiaMr. makinc
the -tletrated ' Lock Stitch.' Cantoi nt
1 huv Ma'hine coder th icae naassai . urtfrtKc say
1 one earept th-e havioti; es-rtiftr at of Ajeivy,
'ined ry uj, tlwy are worthle rat-iron Ma
euinae. Fur circulars and tanas nddrvaaortapply
' ta C. B)WERb A CO., -T26 Spfee Street, PtitlJ.
t IIINTn UV IIOCB !IXri.""fly
XI J. W. HArnr. CL. -V p.. Free by
mail (so receipt of pnee. MAS TRY WI1ITON.N.Y.
! ryux MAGIC COM 11 wUl ehaaffe anycolor.
1 ed hair or beard to a iwrmaneot Black or Brown.
1 ., Tom' pent by mail fcr $l. Fur ale by Mer-
chant DrusiTMeffereeally. Addreerl Jeytr Cm
Company, frm-jfiefd, .Vjm. b
.1 scuts : stctut This : :
TK U.S. IMV ARE.Vr A SAIilKV
V HI" N .1 1 1 ner .Mk and exiasniaft. or allow a
i iar -i,inmissi,.ii. to sell oar new aoa wnderiel in
vent! ns Address V W.rvek 4o.. Marsr-alljlieb.
' Vil 1 Jfl HOW I HAHK IT I SIX JIONTDS.
I O J 1 H U tenet and sample mailed free. A. J.
j Fu''jm. Te. I ork.
I SOiMfk A 1 AIl yumrTimtttd f. Jftnt:
CVJUUU Addrees J. A11E.IR.N, o 1. O. Aran,
SWFETWIMNE-it -nails viler) Qolnln..
JIT-I v Mruv, Fvtval i '..t'bemit.NewYora-
Cl IT tllltlll-Wonld v..uheeiimlof if If so
J sonJ .taiup b, llH.Unr. I . N. Nevada, Iowa.
kRllM ITIC Vi:t H1BI.E .il.ll.
For the Delicate Sktti uf L-vi hl(1 f 'hiMren.
SOLD BY ALL DRLeolSTP.
W HAT AUK
DK. J. WALKER'S
CALIFORNIA VINEGAR BITTERS
Tier aae ot a tilk raver aaisc.
Mads of fVor A.., Taut... Prf Sarrili. ad r.
. Zorw,a, doevwed, sptead, and nntand ta
Tissa sa th. tast. oallcst -'Toalea,'' 'Apptltsrs.n
Katar." Ao , that laad th. npplar oo u drunk
enaens aad rain. Oat are a tra Vedicme. avle
from tb. Natire Hoots and Herbs of California. r,.
from all Jlec sriaal. Th.v areth.lREAT
BUaJD-rCKII'ltR and LIFEGIVlMi PKI.M.I
pl, . peravst Renovator and InviiroratLrof the
Eyrttan. earrv Ini; off all noisoaons satt, arat re
storm ta. tdoo.1 to a healthy cntdition . per
soa ean take the, bitters aeoordln to air.cth.iis
aad remain Um unwell. atoOwillb. given rir
aa incarab. ease, prov idms ths h.M. are i.ot .1.
strotod by mineral p-rtsoaa or other uiMr... ant tlis
vtial onans wasted leyiBd tb. jvolnt of repair.
um ln.AUWAT..RV AND CHRONIC Rlltl
l MATISM, AND GOIT, DVsI'EPMA. or III
' ue.Ti.i RI1.1.II1CS. RKSinTK.'vT. as. I Tfc.ft-
StlTTKNT FEVBMS, DlSBAbES I1FTI1K BL!H)1.
LIVER. KIDNEYS, and BLADUEt, thew! BIT
TEES havo been most saceefuL SH'll Dl"
KAsE.tareeaul by VITIATED BLOOD, which,
icanerally pr.liieed by derangement f the Dt
Cleanse the V'tiated Blood wbeaevsr you and Its
impurities bursting throaeh ths skin in Pimple,
Eruptions, or sorest oleanm it when o an.) I'. ol
structed aud siuoicish in the veins e,earso it when
it u foul, and )our reeUns;s will tr ouwben.
Kep the bl.jd healthy, and all will be well.
The) elttrsirna-'ldlprlLtoS.liiht tho
eye or plraea ta. fancy, tat a ffledlwl preparation,
..omwawl ot as bnt 5ta.H. ingrrdleats known.
Thy ar. an Alterative. Tone. liluretie, Sedativs,
The Idle of all Vies Is ta. Moud therecf."
Purify the Mood, and the health of tho whola sys
tem w.ll follow. . . ! ,
i Jl VIC1.J.N AU', J . wvn.k.
San Francisco and taiermer.to, Ca.UrnIa,andl
I and Jl Commerc. St. (Commeroe, a short street
1 running from Bleeekes u. Earrowv. N. V.
SULBBI ALL DRUGGISTS AIvD DEALERS.
! a WATCH FKKE OIVEN GRATIS I.
l -rerr Uveinoa wbowlllactasajnt ln new,
liaht and hmorabi. business, laylns 13U a day
tilt enterprise. No humbug. No money wanted
in advance Address
R. Movaoa Kaasinr A Co., PitUlairjh, Pa.
f fin A RRADERS atd SPEAKERS WANT
lU.UUU ..l.tobuy the Urst edlUon or - lo)
l-h"leo tXecOosa, No. a." eonUlnicr; ons hundrsd
rf the latest oodthtsss for recitation, declamation,
school reading. Sc., in poetry and prose, bend 3U
MotsE a sample ti P. GARRETT a CO., FMlad.l
AGENTS WANTED FOB.
'b W O X D ES
or the woutw
OVia OICE TH0OA5D ILLCATK1TI03S. Tb UrCMl
trst fllii.t:. most avtutetiT subacrlptltsQ took
rer DaM.!tel. Send for ClrroUr. with terms, tk
olw. Addrrw U. S. PDBUSI1INU CO
Sept 23 tJAw4w 411 JJroomelSUN.T.
PERRY DAVIS PAIS KILLER, u aa Intern!
remedy hau co eioavL la caw of Cholera, 8am
mer CompUlnt, Dyrpepel. PjMntery, Aithauhalt
eurcs In one nifilat, br Ukln It internallr. tnd bath
1ns wlltl il fro1?- 1-14 liniment ln Ame
rtca. lUMtlonU Hkemmwhen exUn
the riot lleaViUche ind Toothache, don't tail to try
It, Uihort, It la Pain Killer. in