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Painful News. Win. S. Southmayd, who
left Kecscvllle on tho 10th iMarch for Califor
nia, was drowned on the 18th of April, while
on his way thither. The Hark Santeo, in
which lie sailed, was struck by a tornado, and
capsized, and he with one other passengers was
lost. Mr. Soutlimayd was formerly Editor of
the Whitehall Democrat, and was much es
teemed bv those who knew him. Clinton
Mr. Southmayd was a Nephew of J. J.
Stakt. Esq,, of Burlington. He was formerly
connected with a paper at Keescville (N. Y.)
we believe, and was every way a very estimable
(For the Free Press.)
To 1111 Absent Wile.
We are pined sad and slowly
Wing the weitry hours along,
Unenlivened by sweet converse,
Or llie gush of household song!
Evening easts Iter niaut'hng shadows
Over dell, an J rock.nml tree
So upon my heart a shadow
Heats for thou art not with me !
This dread silence Ratlierinn 'round me
Eehoes not thy treasured tone
'Gleams not, through the shrouding darkness
Flashes of that eye whieh shone
With Love's own unequalled splendor
Hy our humble hearth at eve,
Ere our lives had known a sorrow,
Or our hearts had learned to grieve !
Still, though separated, ever
Wing my loudest thoughts to thee ;
And my spirit is communing
With tli v spirit, fancy Iree :
And I know the love which won mc
In my boj hood's happier day,
Sheds, as purely now as ever,
Over me its holy ray.
Of this knowledge coinelh patienro,
With Herculean strength, to still
The wild yeanling of my bosom,
Its lone, aching void to (ill !
May the charm be strong, till other,
Urighter, happier days shall come,
When thy smile again shall brighten
.My tad heart, and lonely home! C.
Asthma or Phthisic cured by usittg the
Cornish, N li. Augt 15, 1851.
1 herehy certify, that my daughter Uutli Was so
much alllicted with Asthma or l'hthisic Ironi Infan
cy, as to debar her the privilige of regular attendance
nt school, and also the pleasure otjoiuiug in the sports
of children. When she was eight years old I wna
advised to try theefect ol the "Oxygenated Hitters,"
.prepared by l)r. Green ol Windsor, V' ., which ad
vice I followed. She used about half a pint of the
Hitters, which restwied her to perfect health, ami she
lias remained so to the present time. It is about
two years since my daughter used the above medi
ine. ANDREW FITCH.
Hon. Myron Lawrence of Belelierwwn' .Mass.,
was cured after being troubled with severe Asthma
for more than twenty years, tee Ins certificate in the
pamphlets, which may be had of the Agents gratis.
'REED, BATES & AUSTIN, Wholesale Drug
gists, No. 'JG .Merchants' Row, Ijoston, General
Trice SI per bottle ; sIk bottles for 15.
For sale in Hiirlmgton by T11EO. A PECK;
WARD .V NOYES, and A. C. Sl'EAR.
Wmooski, by W.M. II. MATCH. ww2
Our rendeisare especially requested to no
tice the new cut ol .Mr. Geo. W. Pettls' Store, in
Bostou, at the corner of Washington and Summer
The establishment is one of the very largest in the
New Englaud States, and it is said by all who visit
it, to turn out the very lundsoinest goods at the very
lowest prices. w45G
ToTmvsi.ee? 8outi1vri. Those who intend
to proceed south especially Ladies hould immdc
themselves with supplies ol Bogle's toilet article His
neueaiona is ttieue.st preventive against IrecKles ana
tan, by enabling the skin to resist the action of the
sun on the complexion ; and his Hyperion Fluid is
unsurpassed for Us beautifvinii properties, when an-
plied to the hair. Sold by the inventor, Win Bogle,
at zn, w usliiugtou street, liostou. w4,wl
We invite the attention of purchasers of Clothing
to the advertisement of .Messrs. Whiting, Kehue .t
Galloupe, who possts advantages for the manufac
ture and sale of Reapy Made Clothing, not surpassed
by any house in the city of Bostou. Long experience
in the business united with the best laciltlies and the
most untiring energy, have placed this firm in a po
sition to compete with the whole world and" the rest
oi mankind. wlwl
BRIGHTON CATTLE MARKET May 15.
At market 900 Reef Cattle. 17 paiis Winking
Oxeu. 55 Cows and Calves, 800 Sheep &. Lambs,
and 2300 Swine.
Prices Beef Cattle Extra $7,25; Istquality $700;
2d do $5 75; 3d do $1 5a,5 00.
Working Oxen $79 80 100.
Cows and CaUes 819,82 88 28 30.
Sheep and Lambs $2, 2 75 a 3. One lot of 25
told at $9 each
swme 5l-4aOI-4c; retail 6a7c
i ajt ri c b .
In Williston, on the Uth inn., by II. P. Smith
Esq, John I). Isiust, to Miss Le.uika J. Dow.nlr,
both of Williston.
In the Methodist Episcopal Church, in this Village
13th inst., Thomas JrirERso.v Ketciiam, Sudbury Vt.
to .Miss Jane C, daughter of Dr. Cuas. W. Hor.ro.v
of the same place, ,
J3 i t YT
At Gainesville, Ala., on the 13th of March last, of
pneumonia, Mr. Ciuri.es Rix, aged 10 years, lie
was a native of Royalton, in this State, but had re
aided for several years at the South.
In Huntington on the 13th inst, of Lumbar Ah
-cess of 17 months standing, Joel S. Johns, aged 34
years, eldest son ol Silas Johns. He has lelt a wife
and one child, to mourn their loss
4 COPART.MliRSIIIP is this day form
Ji. ed between James II. Burnett, and John II.
Robinson under the name and style of J. II. Burnett,
&Co.,ut the Store recent y occupied by John II.
Robinson. J U. BURNETT, &. CO.
Burlington, Maich 3, 1851 . w 17tf
'11112 UNDERSIGNED have on liantl
and are constantly receiving a full and varied
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods;
to which they would call the attention of their cus
tomers, and the public generally. They are coiili'
dent that an examination of their stock would prove
lor uie interest ol llie purcnaser.
They also have a large and choice Stock of
to which they invite the particular attention ol fam
ilies, J, H. BURNETT &. CO.
May 15, 1851. wl7tf
Tillison Hapgood's ISslale.
ST ATM ni.' VT.'lf MOlV'l' 1 'l' ir P P.,.l.,.i,. l!nnri
District ol Chittenden, es' lortheDistrictofChil-
leuuen.io an persons cnnceriieil m the t-state oi
Tillison Hopgood late ol Jericho in said District,
deceased. GREETING I
Whereas Julius Hnpgood, Executerof the Inst will
and testament ol the said deceased, proposes to
render an account of his administration ol said estate
and present his account against the bame for exam
ination and allowance at a session of said Court, to
be holdrii at the ollice of Rixford fc Adjrus, in
Burlington, in said District, on the 7th day ot June
A I). IM51.
Therefore yon are hereby notified to appear before
said Court at the time and place uloiesuid and bhow
ennso if any you have why the account nfore:aid
should not be allowed.
(iiven under my hand at Burlington, this 20th day
of May 1851.
BRADFORD RIXFORD, Register.
OA 00ft Rolls of ulinost every pat.
OUU UU tern imaginable may be seen at
dry goods .lxn carpet stow:
where can pe found also Crockery, Glass Wure,
Looking Glus-es, and Groceries of every dis-riptiou.
All lo be sold W holesale or Retail at prices we feel
confident will give satitt.iction,
( F STAiNll-ORDln
Burlington May 11 Bsl dA.wti
I10SC0 ILLINOIS. LAND AGENT FOR,
ILLINOIS. WISCONSIN & IOWA.
MR, SLATKIl, is n resident oflllinnis,
being here now on a visit, and will remain
here until the 1st el June when he will return to
Illinois. He takfsthis method to inform those en
titled to Buuuty Land, he will make a tour through
the above States, during the coming season for the
purpose oHocating in the most preferable section
land to which he is entitled by the Act, and will, for
n small compensation, attend to all business of a
like manner as for hinieli. lie will lollow, as far
possible, the directions of those who employ him, In
regard to the geological nature of the land selected,
and in what State perfered. For particulars apply
at this office, or address the publisher ol this paper by
Address Geo. Slater, post-paid, I'alnsville Vt.,
until the 1st ol'June,und then Rosco Illinois.
I'alnsville Vt., May 8 '51. wfnnos.
NE VV" SPRING WO D S
ichors' Cash Store
NO. 150 CHURCH STREET.
R. N. lias just returned from market
with a large Slock of Goods, bough at very
I... i " i ....it i. . i l:. ...I..
low prices, uiju win uc oneicu ucccwiuuiy-iy.
We have everv variety the market nffords many
new and beautiful styles Dress Goods. The largest
stock of Silks and Shawls ever brought into this
market, troche and Cashmere Long and Square
Shawls from 1 to y'J5.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, of every kind.
LIVE GEESE FEATHERS,
CROCKERY nud GLASS WARE,
and SOLAR LAMPS,
us low as the lowest.
STRAW MATTING and
FLOOR OIL CLOTH,
Thelaigest Stock ever brought into Vermont near
ly one bundled pieces ol every variety. Cotton,
Hemp, Cotton and Wool, Ingrain . Venetian, Kid
minister, English and American Three-Ply, Brus
sels and Tapestry ol every quality also, 3-1, -1-1,
5-1, 0-1, and 8-1 Floor Oil Cloths, new ami beau
tiful patterns 1-1,5-1, andC-1 Red and Wlntc and
Plain Straw mattings, at cry low prices.
W. I. GOODS AND GROCERIES,
Oar Stock is very large and lull in every depart
ment, and we INTEND TO SELL.
March 2'J, 1851. d.twtf
iEW MOlRNhNG UOODS,
FRENCH BLACK LAWNS,
BAR U'.E DE LAl.NS.
BLACK SILK TISSUES,
POPLINS & CHINA SILKS,
Just Jeeeived by 1. 1). B1XBY, & Co.
R W Specimens anil old of French
Needle Work, Superior to any think vet, just
received bv 1. D. B1XBY Co.
Burlington, .May 13, 1851. d.twtf
Saratoga ffashinglon, Rensselaer
i' Saratoga and Saratoga Sclicncday,
Hail Road Line,
From Castletou & Whitehall to Saratoga Springs,
Troy.Schenecatdy it Albany.
TRAINS r.L'.V AS iol.LOWs:
Leave 1st Mail, -Jd Freight, 3d Express.
" Ciislletru at 5.01) a in. 3.30 p. m.
" W. Il.ill " fl.20 " 10 30 a. in. -J. 10 "
ArriveSar.Sps.ti.llO' 1.00 " 5.50 "
' Troy 0 15 " 1.UU " 7.15
" Schenectady 11.33 " 7 U0 "
On Sundays leave Whitehall at fi o'clock a.m.
arrivu at Saratoga Springs at H a.m. leave ul 3; p.m.
arrive in Troy lit 1.(10 p tn. leae Tioy at b a.m.
arrive at Saialoga Springs at 'J, 15 a.m. leave at 3
p.m. arrive at Whitehall at 5 p.m.
Tirough jre Iroin liuilmgton to New York $1,00.
Tickets to be had on board id Lake Cliainplani
Steam Boats. Steam Boats leave Troy on arrival
ol evening Train.
J. VAN RENSSELAER.
SiiiiI. tiiir. Jj B'ui. ,'. .'.
I.. I!. S A I! CAN'T.
.V'' Ileus N S,n: Srh. 71. ,'. I
Saratoga Springs,Mny 15, 1851. d.Vwll
Landed and Lauding at NYE'S WHARF.
10.001) CEDAR POSTS, and douhi.i: tub
quantity ol other FENCING TI M HER, ol all sizes
and lengths, from 'i 1 niches diameter down lo Stake
stze.and Irom 7 to 50 feet in length. Also a qinnti
iyol llaid Wood. MORTON COLE.
Burlington, May 17. iktwdin
Woolt'm Factory For frt3e.
Y VIRTLIi of a license from the l'ro
9 bate Court lor the sale of the Real Estate ol the
late Jeded'ah Bovuton, I will expose for sale at
PI'BLIC Al'CTION at llinesliiirgh.ou the7th June
Ji-51, all that pmp-rty called "tin- woolen Fac'ory,'
situiteil in the village of Hini'sdurgh, ronsistmg ol
about an acie ol Land, with the Factory Building,
.Machinery and 'Pools in the same, which, during the
III" time ols-iid Bojnton, was earned on by him.
Tli" above sal" is "to eu'ible the Administrator to
close tl.e etate,and the property will be sold lo the
highest bidder There is a mortgage upon the s.nd
inopertv, and the same will be sold subject to incum
brances. 'Plie particular condition ol the properly,
and the termsol sale will be made known at the tune.
JOSEPH MARSH,. idminUlratar.
Hinesburgh. .May 1, IH51. dV.wle7
A T THE BURLINGTON CLOTHING
t W A R E H O U S E a good assortment ol
INDIA RUBBER OVER SACKS, AND
A. F. WHEATON &. CO.
April 8, 1851. d.twtf College Street.
rjnwicc told talcs, by Hawthorne. 2 vol
i limes, 1 50
The House of the "Seven Gables," bv
thorne, 1 00
The Commissioner, a Novel, by G. P. B,. Tames
in which the "Two oisemen" arc
The Rebels and Tories, or the blood of the -Mo
hawk. A Revolutionary Legend, by
Leonard iVoriiiandnle. or the Three Brothers.
'I'he .Mysteries of the People, by Eugene Sue, 50
The lush confederates, and the Rebellion of 1793
by Henry M. Field, 83
The Ladies' National .Magazine, for May.
For sale bv E. SMITH & CO.,
April 17. d&wtf Peck's Building.
95 X (WW) ROLLS, and inoro than fifty
JJ)K 'different Patterns, new styles, all
qualities of French and merican nt lower prices than
ever before ollered at Nichols, 130 Church Street,
May 12,1851. d&wtf
Straw dialling anil Floor Oil Cloth.
KICHOL'S OAKI'LT WARE HOUSE.
I no cinrjtrii siki:i:t.
ORK than 1(H) 1'j j:ci:s of every style
and zuuliiy, from Is. to 'J shillings tier yard.
Hemp, Cotton, Cotlou and ool, all Wool, (me and
superfine Ingrain, Three Ply, Brussels and Tapestry
(d the best manufacturers in ibis country and Europe.
Stair Carpeting 1 1, 5-1 and '(, Checked and Plain
Straw Matting 3-1, 0-1 and 8-1, Floor Oil Cloth,
Hearth Rungs, Colored Wool Alula, Hemp .Mats,
fcc. 150 CHURCH STREET. d&wtt
WEST LYJJM GOODS .0X1)
Ol 'GARS, Teas, Coll'ee, Spices itc. for sale by the
O quantity or single pound, as low as the lowest
nml a linle lower. '1 bse in want ol Sugar by the
Bbl. or Teas by the Chest will do well to call belorc
At NICHOLS, 150 Church St.
May 135 . d.twtf
JUST Ki:ci:ivi:i at tub Ckocicpiiy ami
" Glass WarHioiuse a new assortment of English
and American Table Cutlery. Some choice setts ol
51 piects, winch will be sold vev low by
BELYEA ,t LI)RIC'H.
No 1 Leavenworth BkH-k, 0 llege Stttet
I ii iig'L.ii MuyH.JiJjl
A. 1 WfiOiATOft As Co.
Clo 1,1 i ing War ch ousc,
First Door west of the Free Press
Ollice, on College Street,
Oll'er at Wholesale and Rclnll a large and choice
Ready Made Clothing,
Furnishing Goods, Shirts, ifec, manufactured ex
pressly lor Spring and Summer sales comprising
all the varieties o? low prices, medium
FAS 1 1 1 ONA13 1 . Va GARMENTS
necessary for a complete assortment.
Wholesale Dealeisiind Traders should visit this
establishment and examine the immense stock, be
lore making their purchases.
Particular attention has been paid to the getting
up of our
and citizens and strangers In want of Bendy-Made
Clothing will find n large assortment comprising all
the New Styles, equal to the best custom work in
muLc ami finish.
GARMENTS MADE TO ORDER
in a superior manner Irom every variety of English,
French and American Fabrics. Also have on hand
BOYS' AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING.
A. F. WilEATON,&CO.
Burlington, April 7, 1B5I. d&wtl.
ffUII3 UNDi:nsi(i.i:i) has just nrruiiNED
JL Irom New York , bringing with liim the
Styles of Gentlemen's
si yaiiu 'ijii'al -..ru "u -s3
Wliich arc to grace Broadway this Spring,
and he is confident that they will abundan
mend themselves to the TASTU anil .ITJDG'
iUIJ.'T of the public in this region.
T II E R E A R E
Three Different Stylos,
AND AMONU TIIKM ONE WHICH IS A
DECIDED IMPROVEMENT, VIZ :
a separate pattern lor YOUNG MEN, which will
happily obviate the necessity of covering the heads
of youngsters with castors manulaetured for their
cldcis.nnd at the same time supply the latter with a
15 S&T B ft'UT B V Si BSAT,
more appropriate to their taste and position,
The undersigned has now refitted his Store,
throughout, and at great expense, and m a style ol
which he hopes Ins friends will call and judge lor
He h.is aWo perfected his arrangements for
the articles he sells, here in Burlington, and he offers
the public the lull guaranty that no pains nor ex
pense shall be spared to supply them with
articles in his line.
As Good and as Cheap
as can be obtained in any of the large cities. Per.
haps the best guaranty he can oll'er is the employ
meutolau experienced worlnnin , late liom the es
tablishment ol W. II. BEBEE If Co., of New York,
who willluue entire charge of his manufacturing
FOR TUB SPRING TR1BB.
he will be fully armed and equipped with every ar
ticle of us,; and adornment in the line of his business,
ot which due notice will be given.
aJasabvcII.'ts, Caiaes, &c.
olall qualities, oil hand, atull times.
GEORiC R. WEED.
March 13. d.twtf
BELYEA & ALURICH
would respectfully inform the Citizens ol liurlint'ton
and vicinity that they have removed liom Stetson's
Block in Church-street, to the
acious Ware Booms
(IX I.l.AVI.NWORTll'S NXW 1II.OCK,)
recently built and fitted expressly for their business.
HAVING made large additions of New Goods to
their lormer Stock, they me now fully prepared
to oiler a much largerand better selected stock of
CHIN A WAIt&i
Silver Piat'd & Btannia Ware,
T.wiix uuri.r.nr, tka ,...rs. soi.au lamps
A;c, SvC., &c,
than was ever before offeied in the State, all oi
which wi I be sold at less prices that can be bought
at any other ettabhsliment in New England,
BOSTON NOT EXCEl'TCl).
We import our own Crockery from the .Manune
tureis in Slallbrdsliire, England, and cannot, nor
will not be undersold.
All peisons in want of Goods in our line can save
2.1 per cent by calling at the only Crockery Ware
Importing House in Veimoiit,
Merchants buying to sell again, can be supplied at
Boston or Kvw Fork holesale Prices.
College-st. Burlington, Dec. a, 1850. d.twtf
1 )OA. Sioxal Lanteii.ns fou Steam
Bouts and Vessels, lor sale low bv
BELYEA &. ALUR1CH.
r.LWY aiir cologxils
Nil W assortment of the ubove articles now op
ening and for sale by
liELYEA it ALDRICH
JENNY LIND LANTERNS.
,4 New lrticlo, just opened nnd for salo
11 by BELYEA & ALDRICH,
Paper Hangings ! Paper Hangings ! !
ROLLS l'UKNCJll and
Ainetican Paners. Some Rich
and Beautiful Patterns just received, nt prices vary
ing from lets, to 1,50 per roll. Warranted the
cheapest stock in llie State. Call and see, at the
Crockery and Glass Warehouse.
Fire Board Prints, Borders &c'
Complete assortment of (lilt and Vei
ls, vet Borders, Fire Board Prints, Corners, Sic, for
sale low by
BELYEA .t ALDRICH
No. 1 Lcavenwoktii Block, College Street.
Aprils, 1851. d.twtf
I. IP. Bixby Co.
MAY 1st 1SA1.
i UK now openiiif; their Spring assortment
nofgoods.tonn e.xaimuation ol wliich they respect
lully call llie attention ol purchasers from all parts ol
the State, Our Stock is huge and desirable, consist
ing of every uriety in way of J.adie'H tipoarel ond
Gentleman's outfit, nlso Linens, White Goads and
other staple House-Keeping articles of every description-
We would ak particular attention to our large
stock of Dress Goods, consisting m part of
Poplins, Printed M'i'lins,
Tissues, do Jaconett Cambrics,
Barege, Barege De Lajnes,
Silk Lustres, IMnnUiester do
Printed Lawns, Punts, oc.,tc.,
A new and very desirable article of dress goods
in large assortment ol colors
Hosiery, Fans, Gloves, Wrought Mitts, Sec, itc,
in great quantity, and
It IJ.U 13.11 It K It,
they arc to be fold us ehenp ns can be bought in the
Slate of Vermont, and our numerous customers tes
tify that they are "a iilecheaper."
Strong's Buil.ling, College Street.
iGOOD second. hand 10-horse power
Sieam Engine and Boilers. for sale at the Foun
dry. EMERSON & SIMON DS.
April 1,1851. d.Vwtf
A m A 5"' 0,4 W''10 nnd Check .Mnttinp
A-"" M- may be lound at the Diy Goods and Car
pel Store 15fi, Church Street-
OF STAMFORD .tCO.
May I--!, 15I wil
PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING,
it. NICHOLS lias just returned from
ill New York and Boston, with a full supply ol
every kind ! Dress Goods, Trimmings, White Goods
nosery, otc, more man i nave time to numerate.
Mr. N. would call particular attention to his stock
ol 1 linen Goods, Minis nnd Slllts, ns he has a
larger stock of them goods than ever before ollered
in this market, and at cxtreeme low prices call
and see, 150 Church Street, Recollect ISO.
May 13, 1851. ditwll
(x'ooris i'or the Million.
TJ (0 Cases and bales of new and ties-
II." iruble Dry Goods this day received by C.
F. Staniford if.: Co., which arc Marked at low prices,
and must be sold immediately Let every Puichuser
call and examine for themselves, as it is a fact.
We have the Largest and most Conipiehemive
Stock of Day goods, Carpels, and I'nriilshliig
Goods in Vermont, and are determined to sell them
nt less prices then Ihcy can lie lound elsewhere.
C. F. STAMFORD & Co.
. Burlington, April 28,185l. d.Vwtf
3 A A i ROLLS of'Spring Styles, ope
J iJJ ed this day. We aie prepared to fu
uisli Country , Men hauls at as low a rale, nnd Iro
asg ood nssorlmeiit,ascauhe found in the cities,
d.twtf I. D. BIXBY, &. CO.
A Laugh and wkli--si:lkctki) assort
ment of Family Gioccries, received and opened
this day, at 1. I). BIXBY eoCO.
t 1. N. Richard's may bo found a new
and full assortment of
those wishing any thing ol the kind nnd cheap, may
Ibid it lor their iliteiest to step in at 1 12 College St.,
Where they arc on exhibition and for sale, no mis
take. .May 7, 1S.11. d.twiiw
best Plug Just leceived
I. D. BIXBY & Co.
Burlington, May 1 IB.11.
" R O S E J) O U G L A S S,"
ii tub AuToniocitAi'iiv op a Mlvistbs
Daughter. For sale bv
April II. d.twtf E. SMITH & CO.
C LO thing
Spring & Summer Trade,
Corner of Conginss nml Walker Sticcts,
mm: SUBSCRIIJEUS havixg complkti:d
Ji. their arrangements for Spring nnd Summer
sale the largest nssortmunt of
WlairJ!, &c, A:c.
(manufactured expressly lor New F.ngland Trade,)
to be found 111 Boston
In manufacturing oar Clothing, great pains has
been lakenVi have strong, substantial, well-made
gatments, that the inetchaiit or dealer may recom
mend to In.s customer as equal to the best custom
work, in quality and inlenor to none in style and
Having removed Irom our old stand, Quincy
Hall, to the new Granite Building, (the largest in
the city,) corner ol Congre.-s and Walker-streets
we intend, at all times, lo keep a stock sullicieut
to supply the
WHOLE NEW ENGLAND TRADE.
Merchants and Dealers are respectfully invited to
visit our Establishment and examine our Stock be
fore making their purchases,
Orders lor Rcady-.Maue Clothing will meet with
prompt attention. Goods and Prices warranted
JOHN SIMMONS & CO.,
.SlMMOSi? IS LOCK,
Cor. Congress and Walker-sts.,
Biston, March 11, 18.11. w&lmosj
pwbs HATnirr.nRif Towsr.r.v
at the old well known store of R. Bntchelder.
have just received from Boston and New York, a
well selected assortment of Ladies and Gentlemen's
Boots and Shoes, consisting ot Jenny Lind Boots
and Shoes, Ladles Silk Gaiters, Cloth do. Walking
Shoes, Slippers, Ties, Buskins, Polkas, .tc, Misses
and Cliildieu's Boots and Shoes of all descriptions,
Farwell's Walking Shoes and Slippers, Gents Calf
Boots and Shoes, Kip do., Brogans, Oxlord 'Pies,
Black and Drab Congress Gaiters, Gent's Toilet
fclippers, Leather Slippers, Cloth Gaiters lor Shoes;
also, Buckskin Shoes, large size, India Rubber
Boots and Shoes, Ladles and Gent's Indian Ilubber
Gr.nvi.s lor ga rdeiiiug, nnd other aiticles to numerous
to mention, all ol which will be sold a3 cheap as can
be had in this market.
'Pilose in wants of a good article will please give
us a call.
N. B. Hoots and Shoes of ad descriptions made
and repaired on short notice, and of the best mate
rial and workmanship.
BATCIILLDER &. TOWSLEY.
May 21, '51. dtl
CURIO pi:ct op Sqi;abr
PINK Tl.MHKR for sale on
I-rike nhainiilntn. Annlv lo lh, narlv in idinrun uf
the Rail-, at .Vt. Jnhnsur YOST. COFFIN it
COWAN, A e io 1 oi A, or JOHN OS FELL, -Uoii-tiral.
'Montreal, May 21, 1351. dCt
milM LADIKS ok tub M. Ji. CHURCH
4 propose to hold a Fair on Wednesday, the 2Sth
nt .M.ay.nt Ooxckrt lliLT.,lor the sale ol uselul and
oiuumenlal articles. Refreshments in llie After
noon and Evening. Fair will be otiened at 2 o'
clock P. M. Admission tickels lo cents, to be had
at the door. The proceeds of the Fair is to be used
in repairing llie Alelhoiiist lhapel in this village.
The Pcm.ic are invited to attend.
May 20, 1851, dot'
rfUVO DWELLING II0USB.S NEAR tub
JL the Court House.
The Store next, East, ol Mr. Allen's Furniture Store.
i. i ivu'i'vieniiTii
Mayia, 1S.11. ' ,fi
Made by Mrs- (Jrecn.
riOMPOSED exclusively of Harks
J RooT-saud llERT!S,and very ellicaeious for cleans
in,, 1 1,.. I.l.l n,i .....Ml,,;,,,,,!,., .l;. r...,.
'Phis Beer is kepi constantly on hand at Jacoii
Green's, next door to Mr. Molt's, on .Mam Street.
A.arge Homes torn reins.
Burlington May 17, '51. Ufit
CEVEN COWS broke into the enelosme
Yj ol the subscriber on the 10th inst.. and were
driven to the public Pound owners unknown.
Three are red, two black, one spotted red and white,
mill fi, rilii.il 'Plm nu'lia.u .11111 .Ji,..ii .l.i.. I...
ynving charges! MORTON COLE.
Burlington, May 10, dt
T O 11 E i"T 7
i ROOM in the i& story of tho Tree
B T, II .1 I!.. T . . . n-
11 Press Building very convenient loran oflite.
7 L.'IC K S I L K S II A II' , S .
FULL AssniiTMPYT tiist nilPVl'll ll lliril
ii will be sold low at I. N. RICHARDS.
May 'J, dlw
Just Received at Dix's.
A SUPERIOR lot of Trunks and Valises, also
nuoiher lot ol those superior Blue nud Black
Cadiinerctte Sacks, l'or Sale cheap (as usual.)
158 Church St.. Apiil U,'5, d7w2
ND LEMONS this day received nnd for sale by
April la, a. s. l'fc r,Y.
OBLS. NOIITMEUN Forsnlolow
BIsiiop.sMITH it CO,,
dtl South hail",
April H, J851
C ORHEK OP -WASHINGTON & SUMMER. STS.
23 m CD SsTo
1ST of Letters remaining in the Bur
lington Post Ollice May 16, 1351 :
Atwatcr W W
Bishop Miss Emily M
Blodgett Win T
Boslweck Geo II
Conger Wm It
Com tin Win
Cross J B
Center Isaac N
Creig E B
Connors Mary A
D.iw Henry W
Fitzgerald Mary Ann
I'aisey Mrs J B
Baxter Cnpt M II
Barber Geo E
Barrett Geo W
Case Elveie F
Q squiue Thomas
Daniels E B
Day Pel sis
Fansworlh Cornelia F
Feiguson Win L
Fitzgerald .Mitch icl
Ganglion J B
Hamlin A ri
II nil 'Pheioii
Ilarritigtcn H II
Hand Cl as
Henry Mis Martha
Green .Mary II
Hnwiird Mr S
Holburm O F
Ingham II A
Johnson Sarah L
Lcavctt John B D
Levuaid C J
Louelaud R A
Morgan Stephen S
Moore -I H
.M'Pherson ,t Co
lonson R I)
ICelly Bridgi t
Kellogg R B
Lain Mrs Caroline
planning Win li
M'Donnell Capt F
Mead Mary E
Mitchel I D
Mills Asa S
Newcomb S A
Parker Miss Eleanor
Sanderson Win W
Saooy Widow W
Seldon Wm A
Senvy Geo W
Sloeum Sarah A
Smith Patton .t Co
Smith Lyman C
Smith A A
Thoyer Cnbb O
Eibbitts Hannah J
Wheeler L W
Nichols Jcse L
Smith R E
Spejer F .t A
Stony Amelia E
Stowell Wm C
Tjoh bridge Geo B
White II II
Willingion Mrs E
Wood w h .j- l a;
L. T BLODGETT.r. M.
White Jason G
,YE II ' Alt R.'iXGi:.VE.T.
T A. A: 11. M. DU
' 'RAND, having sclcct-
fed'a part of the Liverv prop
eriy, and rented IheStnble lor
merly kept by S. S. Skinnei
and .Vice Horses, hope by strict
.lluiilmii ,,. II, u hu.i.n... In
.siun tetaiu a liberal patronnge.
CAUVQRXIA LIFE 1XSUHAXCE,
Salisfnctoiv and equitable arrangements can be
made with Creditors and Families to insure the
lives of persons now residing in California.
'Phis class of insurance nrovides lor the nnvnieni
of DEBTS mid the protection ot Families, which
would otherwise be lost or lelt destitute.
Communications addrepced to the subscriber will
receive immediate attrnt on
1 cHule stiuel, Uotton
MAY 23, 1851.
PURCHASERS, ol this vicinity, visiting Bos
ton, in want ol'a
First Rath Aiiticlk ok Clothing,
For SPRING and SUMMER WEAR, are par
ticularly invited to call at
BROWN & LAWRENCE'S
I.V TIIH ENTIRE I!r.'!FNT OF THE
OLD STATE HOUSE,
front I. vu State St., Boston,
here can be lound the Largest and most exten
sive Stock of FASHIONABLE
READY MADE CLOTHING
I In this City manufactured by the best of work -en,
and Irom the newest st) le of Goods of this season's
importation, which ne'ollernt Wholesale nnd Re
1 tail, at prices as low as any Clothing House in the
, Union. The
! ATTENTION OF COUNTRY D RALPHS
I Is repectlully solicited. Gentlemen in want of a
I Superior Garment , can lind one at this Establish
ment, equal to any that is Custom Made, as we
' intend at all times to keep on hand the Best Ready.
' Made Clothing which can be lound at this or any
I othercity, in which we have become so justly cele-
G.lIlllFNTS M.-WE TO ORDER.
I From New and Desirable Goods, selected from this
Spring's importation, together with a guieralas
l sortmeiit of
1 FANCY ARTICLES.
Suitable lor Gentlemen's Ware. Before purchasing
please call at the
O L D S T A T E HOl'SE,
Fronting State-street, Boston.
April 1,1951. wlOyrl
MIIS Celebrated Horse wns sired
by the Putnam, his dam by the Bui-
rusti .Morgan, consequently the blood of this horse is
J OIUGIX.'IL MORG.1X.
than any other horse. Fora full de-cription ofped
egree and stock, see large bills. 'I his horse was
'bred bv Levi Whltfiimli nf ll irlmmm! . i-i nv.-r l.'i
1 hands high, and weighs eleven hundred and lilt v. of
one proportions, large bone and muscle, and is ol a
beautilul bay color. Ilis action is not suipassed by
any horse in the country.
It is well known that the pure blood and fine bay
stock ol this hoise is not surpassed by any horse in
New Enghm 1.
P. S. This horse will stand for the season at the
Stable of C. W. Browneili Pasturing for Mares from
C. W. BROWN ELL.
G. W. BROWN ELL.
Williston, Vt , Mnv 5, 1851. wl5wS
GOO SID EH SOLE LEATHER. '
C. LOOM IS HAS JUST RECKIVKD FROM
New Yoik his Snrin" Stock of Leather. Mo
rocco, Kids, Findings, Lasts, itc. itc. All of wliich
will be sold for Cash, cheaper than at any other Es
tablishment in the Stale. Call and see. He is sell-
ii'; Good Sew York Leather, Irom 15 to lfi cts.,and
Good Damaged for I'd 1-2 ets. All other articles in
I his hue of business as cheap in proportion.
' Leather delivered at the Wharl or Rnilrnnd Denots
free of cartage.
tSCash peid at all times for IMes and Skins.
Pearl Street, May 'J, 1S.1I. dfitw'J
Fdlli following nronortv seized, and for
! leited for lllecal ininor'ation into the United
I States, ill be Sold at Public Auction, at the Cus
' torn House, in Burlington, on Saturday tho Hth
uay oi June next,
S S I EERS,
1 PLOW & i POINTS.
Custom Houe, District of Vermont,
Collectors Oilice, Burlington, May 13 1851.
A. L. CATLIN,
To Western Travelers,
The Cheapest ami most Direct Route to Buffalo.
By Railroad to Schenectady, by Erie Canal to
Buttolo, Irom thence by Steamer or Michigan Cen
tral Railroad, to Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, or any
of llie Western or South-Western States.
This Coiiininv have from 8 to 11) Boats leave
Schenectady, Dally (Sundays excepted,) fur Ultca,
Syracu-e, Rochester and Bulfalo.
Families Emigrating West will find it to their
advantage nnd convenience to take this Route, ns
they will be enabled to accompany their goods all
the way to their plnces ot destination, und no charge
tor tinnshinmcnt nt Uullalo, Parlies of 15 or 20 will
be accommodated with a Boat, exclusively, lo them
selies. For Pnssnge or Freight apply to
JOHN PORTER Burlington j
S, HOLT, East Rutland;
C. RICHARDS, Castlcton;
GEORGE PAR DO, Steamer Saltus ;
W. F. GANDAL, Steamer Burlington;
W. II STEVENS, Steamer Whitehall;
W. H. BEAL, Schenectady.
May 1851. wfimos
A- A. liittlcfichl,
Wholesale nnd Retail Dealer in
Straw and Silk llonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
Laces, Embroideries, Sfc, Jyc,
2J7 Washiiigion-rtreet, Boston,
(Next door the Marlboro' Hotel )
Tinners' Machines Ac Tools,
Uf the most approved intniifacture. Also,
RIVETS. KETTLE EARS, and every variety
ol STOVE TRIMMINGS, are ollered lor
sale at the lowest market price, by
CHASE BROTHERS it CO.
Manufacturers' Agent, No, 7 Liberty square Boston.
BOOK AGENTS WANTED.
TO SELL, t just published) "TIIK TKAVEL-
....' -flITtl.' It
The most useful book lor the price ever printed.
It contains not only all that happens lo mercantile
life, but the modes lor enforcing payment ol debts
in every state ol llie union also, severm ouin
lul works. The liberal discount made, to agents
gives them a handsome income. A're (post paid)
I. R. BLTTS.Boiton.
IWrXTY L.1XD FOR SOLDIERS
OF THE WAR OF 181'J-OR ANY
r Vvmmw WAII SIN(!R 7'.'0.
Their .Md'ows and minor children, procured, Net
' ted and purchased, on application to
EBLN SMITH, Jr. L ouusellorni Uw,
I iu Coutt street Boston.
iiwlihi.i. iii.i.ii nn iBTTfW
United States nml Cm a la I oitnl Arrangement.
NOTICE TO TUB t'fnt.lc, ANU IVSTBUCTIO.NS TO
4 ItRANOMUNTS Ir v . been concluded
il between ibis Departmei t and the Post Office
Department ol Canada, lor a regular exchange of
malls, at the following points, H ;
On the side tf the IV. at, On tie - de ol Canod i, at
Hnmilion, by thro' bags,
iu, . S by steamer
Cobourg, - (lf SBmuer
Sackctts' Harbor, do )
N. Y 1
Kingston, by thro'bag.
1. Between anv ollice in the United States (not
over .(OIK) miles Irom the Canada linejand nnyolfice
III Cauda, the postnge on n letter not exceeding half
an ounce in weight, is loceuts: to or Irom anypoint
m the United States over Stinn miles from the line of
crossing, 15 cents. Every additional hall ounce, or
additional weight less than half an ounce, is to be
charged as an additional rF te. Pre-pnynint in ei
ther country isnbtional ; but less than the full rata
cannot be piepnid. The postage Mumps ot each
couutry nre rccpgui.-d in pre-payineut.
a. i he regular postage on newspapers nnd on ill
other prmti d matter must be pre-paid to the line, (ex
cept such ns may be entitled by law to go free ; )nnd
nny po-tag- nlterwards nccruemg lliereon, beyond
the line, either way, is to be collected by the receiv
3. Editors of newspapers nre allowed the usual
exchange ol publications, fiee of ch uge ; nnd news
papers which do not leave the county in wliich thev
are publHied until tiry leave the United States, will
alter the 1st ol July, Is5l, go free of postage.
me unices oi uetpatcu anu receipt, only, nro
to keep account. N. K.
rosTOrricr. Dr.rAtiT.MENT, i
May 1, 1S5I, 1
1. Lawrence At Son,
ONLY M A N U K AC T U It K 1 1 OK
OLD tit wholcsnlo nt their otlicu No 11
3Chntlintn Street m Boston, and warranted pure.
1,000 libls puieold Medford Rum on hand and for
rtaT There is not any agent in Boston for the sals
of .Medford Rum. Look out lor the Counterfeit,
stamped Medlord Rum, without our name being on
the casks, which is sold m Boston lor genuine.
Medlord, May 1U, 1851. w-lSmos?.
Ileal Estate for Sale,
OR TO REXT.
Till' Tavern Stand situated in
r r i i. tmi - it..
iiiiit-uuu , juiigei occupieu oy i.
Burntt will be sold to any one wishing to purchase,
it is the only beautilul loc.'ilion lor a Public House in
Iliii'-sburgh Village, and at the completion of the
Plank Road from l!mlinrrt,m tn H ir ...ill I.. r
the most desirable situations in the State. It will
he a place lor pleasure parties from Burlington nnd
Strangers to call for refreshments and then return to
li. in suie'j .
For terms enqnir on the premises, or of Mm.
Burntt ol Burlington Vt.
Bui lington, April 23, 1851 wtf
KEV FURNITURE STOm
Xo. 2 Exchange Building, College St.,
El S3 EC JE may be found a
rrr.n, v-iri.il., nl V-icl. ..i.nl-l- t.'...n:. I TT
holstery Goods, .Medium and Low Priced Furniture
nl nit L i into
lot'afR anil Fannv PnintM,! rlinnil,r P-,.l.- r
-i - ....M wt.u.i.wv. A UIUHUIB 11
reamers ami feather Ueils.
Hair .Mattresses, Husk and Palm Leaf do.
Pew Cushions, and Church Furniture generally.
Guilt. .Mahiinnnv. nml lilnct.- IVnlnm I.-. I
Looking Glass Flates ot every desirable size.
3r"j-AII l.ra-il.i n, nnVa i. .1... ,!.
of goods can be obtained in either Boston or New
York. by 1. S. ALLEN.
N. B- Hotels and Steam Boats furnished at the
shortest notice, nnd at the most reasonable term3.
Duriinuion, .nay ist, i&Jl.
SANDERSON & LANKRGAN,
MANUFACTURERS OF FIRE-WORKS,
Klnn T.iiboi'iilorv, i:ni 4,'nmbriil'Mi, JInii,
M Hi.X As ri'TTEB, AU7nI.,
Xos. ir S,-17 Kilbjj Street, JIOSTOX.
t"All kinds of Fire-Works, nf the best quality,
constantly on hand. Also, 3UU0 Boxes best quality
india Crackers. w43tj'ytih
ISoiiucls & .Hillinerv Goods.
jHOUNTRY HIerciiants asu JIilliners
U visiting the City, are respeclly informed that at
our Old Stand,
Nos. CI .t CO K1LBY STREET,
we arc prepared to s.-II, upon the best terms and at
the lowest prices, a large and full und fashiona
ble assortment of BONNETS, consisting
in part of
Cases F'ch Lace Bonnets, I Coses Coburg Bonnets,
Satin Straw " " California "
" Pearl & Satin " " Genevese "
Pearl " " Tulip "Sic.
Also, an assortment of
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, TABS, RUCHES,
BONNET LININGS, &C..&C,
All of which we would respectfully ask you to ex
amine befoie purchasing elsewhere.
F. D. ELLIS vt CO.,
CI .t GG Kilby Street, Boston.
C eare associated with an extensive N. York
house, and shall consequently lurnish always th
veiy latest styles.
Boston, March 8. w37mos3
SIBOE TERKE'LtE) Arc.
flOTTON Seink Twine, No. G to 61
J first ouality.
Gill Net I'wine, 2 and 3 cord firt quality.
Cotton Flax, Hemp nud India Twine for wrapping,
sewing, baling, seaming, blocking and eol of
Variegated Linen and Cotton Twine,
Cotton, Flax, Hemp Lines, Cords and Rope.
S,3,& 1 ply Cotton Yam, No. 10 to 30, best quality.
All Colors and numbers of Southern Yarn.
Coverlit, Tidy Yarn and Knitting Cotton.
Chandler's, Lamp and Candle Wick.
Shoe Thread, hall bleach and drab, first quality.
All Colors ol Cotton Carpet Warp and Filling.
Grey and Purple Linen Corpet Chain.
Worsted and Woollen Yarn.
White and Black Wadding,
Heavy wove Grain Bags.
For sale at low prices.
THEO. F. BRETT,
w!3mos2 103 Maiden Lane, New York.
UOSTON, .HARCII, 1831.
TO BUYERS OF
C A It P ETINGS!!
THE SUBSCRIBERS, in issuing their Circular
for the Spring Trade, would state that they are
and shall be constantly stocked through the teason
with a large and varied assortment ol Fabrics, Styles
ml Qualities of Goods in their line, and would earn
estly invite their trjendsand the public to an inspec
tion ol the same.
Of the nicer qualities, we have of our own impor
tation every ariety of English Velvets, lapcstir
and Brussels CARPETINGS!
Also, ihe best American Manufactures of the same.
English und American Three-Plys aidlngrair
Low-Priced Wool, Union and Cotton ditto Stair
Carpetiugs.ol every grade together with a Urge
assortment of English and American
PAINTED FLOOR CLOTHS,
comprising every grade and a greater variety cf
style and linish. To Ibis branch we bestow much
attention, and feel assured we can give satisfaction.
lso, a large variety of Wilton, Cheueille and
Tulted RUGS, every variety ol Straw .Mattings
Druggets, (woolen anJ cotton,) Cnrpet Trimmings,
and in short all the minutiae pertaining to thebusi-
w'e would invite the attention of Families. Com-
millers for Churches, Halls, Public Buildings and
Hotels, who are purchasing, as we leel assured, from
the amount nnd variety of selection of which our
stock at all times allows, we shall be able to suit.
To the Trade we will only add, that we are pre
pared with the approved makes of Goods on cem
misaion Irom manufacturers, combined with our
large Block, to offer them great inducements.
WILLIAM P. 'PENNY &. CO.,
Over Maine R. R. Depot, Ilayntarket Square.
John II. Itiifl'ord,
E.YGIUV1XG ft LITHOGRAPHY,
260 Wathmgton-it. cor. Aon Place,