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THE BUBXiING-TON FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 1,
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Forjurther Telegraph news lie third page.
Feedsicesbceoh, Va., July 23.
Pursuant to the order of Gen. Pope, dpt.
Chandler, of Gen. King's Staff, arrested last
nigbt four of the most influential citizens of
Fredericksburg, Messrs. Knox, Batman, Gill
and Guilford, to be held as hostages for the
release of certain Union men carried off last
Spring. The parties were taken from their
beds late at night, and tent to Washington
There are a large number of individuals
visiting their families here, on furlough from
the rebel arm;, and plans are being arranged
for their capture to-night.
The day before yesterday the 2J Indiana
regiment of cavalry met the enemy several
miles from here on the Richmond telegraph
road, leaving one killed and six prisoners.
Two companies of the Brooklvn 14th and
a squadron of the Harris Light cavalry are
In pursuit of the enemy.
Virginia, July 24th, 1862. J
To Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War.
A cavalry expedition sent out by Gen.
King on the 23d from Fredricksburgh, re
turned last evening. Early yesterday morn
ing tbey met and defeated a body of confe
derate cavalry about 100 in number
stationed near Cannel Church on the
telegraph road from Fredricksburgh
to Richmond. They burnt their
camp and six cars loaded with corn, and
broke up the telegraph to Gardonsville. An
hour later, a large body of Stuart's Cavalry
came up to attack tbem. These, too, were
defeated and driven across the North Anna
River, and pursued until within Bight of
Uannibal Junction. Several prisoners. large
number of horses, and many arms were bro't
back. A march ol 70 miles and the encoun
ter and defeat of two bodies of Confederate
cavalry were accomplished in 29 hours with
out the loss of a man. I have not yet re
ceived the names of the commanding officers
and the troops who have thus distinguished
themselves, but will trarfmit them to you
hs soon as the particulars are received.
The damage to the Virginia Central R. R.
hy the expedition of the 19th, is not yet re
Maj. Gen. Commanding.
Kixdes Hook, X. Y., July 24
Martin Van Buren died at bis residence at
Licdenwald at 2 o'clock this morning in the
78th year of his age.
fmnDiLrnu, July 24.
The Penniylvania R. R. company contrib
uted 530,000 to provide a bounty for volun
Washington. July 24th
The first of September is determined on as
the day 00 which the internal tax goes
into practical operation. Collectors and
atsessora will be appointed before that date.
which is officially proclaimed.
Fortress Mossoe, July 22.
The Union prisaners w'.ich arrived at For
tressMonre Yesterday on the sttambjat Ken-
nebec, were from Richmond, and will all re
main in hospitals mr thi place at present
There were about 200 of them on the boat
and most are doing well. They say that
they were very well treated by the rebels.
Union troops are almost daily arriving at
this flics, making a very short Ktay and
then passing up Jimes River to join Gen
McClellan's or BarneidVs divisions.
The weather continues cool and the sick
are rapidly recovering.
Springfield. Mass., July 24
At 3 o'clock P. M.. yesterday five build
ings used in manufacturing gunpowder, at
Ilazardville, Conn., were destroyed by an ex
plosion. Seven workmen were killed and
several others injured.
Xew jTork, July 21.
The North Star has arrived with S873.000
in treasure. Two French-men-of war were
at Acapulco. A body of Mexicans under
Garibaldian officers had erected a battery to
attempt to sink them.
New Yobk, JuIjJL'otb.
The World publishes a despatch from
Washington which says,"I learn from pretty
accurate privates source that Ewell's, II ill's,
liongstrects, and Jackson's divisions of the
rebel army have left Richmond gradually
during the past four nights, most of them
going over the Virginia Central Railroad
and that they are now concentrating near
Gordonsville constituting an army of 00,000
strong. Undoubtedly an attempt is to
be made on Mayland or Washington.
Our people are still uncertain whether it
will be made up the valley or this way. Coun
teraids and attacks are to be instituted by us ,
A force may push for Richmond from Fred
ericksburg, with the purpose either of fright
ening them back, or of gaining more than
The Times' story about Secretary Seward's
resignation, is without foundation.
Col. Scott, agent of tho Post Office De
partment has returned from New Orleans,
lie states that Gen. Butler is the man for
the place ; and but for his stringent meas
ures, New Orleans would not, probably,
have been held.
New York, July 25.
A letter to the Tnlunt, 'dated Memphis.
July 18th, states that a rebel telegraph op
erator recently for four days read all the dis
patches between Gen. Ualleck, Commander
Davis, Gen. Curtis and trie commandant at
Memphis, at a point within 25 miles of
Memphis and made good his escape after it
was discovered that some one was tampering
with the wires.
Another letter gives our loss in the recent
fight with the rebel ram Arkansas at 34
kiilrd. 6 wounded and 23 missing.
New York July 23.
The Tritoif'j Washington dif paten says,
a German printer boy who ha9 been a year
in getting from New Orleans by Richmond
where he was in prison 3 months.has arrived
here. He estimates tbe number of fighting
men at Richmond at 70,000, and confirms
tbe report that 4 divisions under Long
street, Ewell, Hill and Jackson, are stationed
along the II. R. from Staunton to Gordons
rille and at Louisa Court House, under Stone
will Jackson, numbering in all in his opini
on 50 J300 men; but it is improbable that these
divisions are more than 12,000 apiece after
the severe fighting on the Chickahominy,
30,000 is probably nearer tbe number. Their
pickets extend to New Market and their centre
appears to be up the Shenandoah valley.
A letter from Norfolk etates that there has
been several cases of yellow fever there.
The VorWt Washington despatch says that
Gen. Pope owing to the departure of Gen.
IJalleck for the army of the Potomac, has
postponed taking the Seld himself, from yes
terday until his return.
St. Loch. July 25.
Considerable excitement existed to-day.
The British Consul's office was crowded with
person) claiming the protection of the British
flag to exempt them from enrollment in the
militia under the recent order of the Gov
ernor. An excited crowd gatni-rea uruuna
and many indignant citizens were present to
punish the perfidy of American residents
having families and business permanently
located here, who in their hour ot peril seek
to sneak from duty by enrolling themselves as
subjects of Great Britain.
Several persons who were endeavoring to
get protection papers were severely handled
by the crowd. Numerous arrests were made
and several affrays and struggles occurred
between the disturbers and policemen. One
or two attempted resistance to the police and
were arrested. A detachment of the Provost
Guards was ordered out and by timely ex
ertion suppressed the outbreak.
Headquarters Abut Virginia, )
Washington, July 20. J
Capt. Samuel L. Harrison of tbe 95th N
Y. Volunteers is reported by his command
ing General as baviog deserted his company
on the 21st of this month, and has gone to
New York. A reward of 5 cents is hereby
offered for his apprehension. By order of
Major Gen. POPE
Geo. D. Ruggles, A. A. G.
Wasuincton, July 20.
The President has istucd a brief proclama'
mation, warning all persons within tho con.
templation of the Cth sec. of the Confiscation
Act, to cease participating in. aiding, coun
tenancing or abetting the rebellion, or any
rebellion against the Government of tbe Uni
ted States ; and to return to their allegiance
to the United States, on pain of forfeitures
and seizures as within and by faid 0th bcc.
PniLADELFHiA, July 25.
The Steamer S. K. Spauldiog has arrived
here from Fortress Monroe with 240 wound-
ed from Richmond, their names have al
ready been pnblistied. The released prison
ers while in Richmond were all well treated
by ofHcers and men of the rebel army.
New York. July 2t
The steamship Great Eastern sailed this
P. M. for Liverpool. She took 700 pawn
cers and a largo cargo. Iho City of New
York for Liverpool with 240 passengers
The Russia for Southampton and Hamburg,
with 225,000 in specie.
BUSINESS C A IS I) S
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47 P.rt Rra, .Vc IV, 4" 10 Stf "trtil
S. M. PiTra- GILL Co.. are the Agenti for tt
Fric Preis and the mo(t influential and Krgt
circulating Newipapera in the United States and
the Canada!. They are authorlied to contract tor
at at oar lawtat ratet.
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OiSce 74 Wall Street,
REOnr.F, F. EDJIIIDS,
Attorney & Counsellor al Law
AXV SOLICITOR IX CHAXCERY.
OSce orerCommtrcial Bank, Burlington, Vt,
JOHN H. WIIEELEK,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
HENRY II. LAXGDOX
i'hjsii'ian and Surgeon.
OSce at Rfiidene Jtrir door aoitl of .
tpt. 30. dawtr
a . sthom:,
Axles, Springs, Felloes, Hubs,
SpolfJ, Wheels, Seat-Sttcks, IJanJi
Pat. asd Enamellid Leather, Enaket
LED CLOTH, PATENT FACE-CLOTH,
oilcloth, carriage and tire ec.ts,
1IALLKABLE I K O r,
rRo'T itcra, washers, careiaia
vitsts. Seat Handloi, Shaft
-hackleJ, Daih Frames plated
md i lain. Tt bat aor
ment of Carriafft-nakerf
Good i ke Slatt.
Iron, Steel, Xail-rodi,
AutIIs, Vicos, Crow-bars,
Mill, Cross-cutaai Circular
Saws, ShoTcls, Spadea, Hoes, 4o.
Tainta, and Oils,Varnih,Turpontine
Joaao Trimmings, Mechanics Tools o
ail kinds, and a general asrortment u,
pall anil scl UicGoojIs & Priers.
ilurlln to VI. Ma J. 18
JUST RECEIVED by Eapresa, a largo aasort
meat of Tea Trays, which will be fold cheap
er than ercr for cash, at C7.NA HALL. No
150 Church M. S. S. BhOWX.
Burlington, VU, May 81ft, 1S62.
Pnttd at Xo. 6 Colltjt Strut, Burlington, Vt
GEO. Y. & G. G. BEXEDICT,
Editors ad Profrietors.
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For Mail Subacribere, and those who take It
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Three squares, 3 weeks
ii ii q ,
Icslir.es of minion constitute a square,
liberal disoonat to yearly adrertlsers.
VERMONT CENTRAL AND SULLI-
Commencing Monday, Jute 23, 1862.
Tbaiss ooiita Socio asd East.
Leave Burlington at" IS A.M., 25 A.M. and
8 Id Y. ai.
Mail Thau leaves Houses Point 4 50 A. il..
St. Albans at G 30, Burlington t 7 15 A. M.,eoo
neetlng at White River Junction with trains for
ana iron wells lllve-, at. Jursaoury ana a.uie
ton, and with Northern H.R. for Boston, Lowell,
fforwittr, Ac, and connecting at Bellows Falls
wlthCboahir. lUilrt.il fur Uoeton, and with Ver.
ttont Valley Railroad for fcprtogfield, New Ha
ven ana .w xorcrriving in iicw aura nu .,
Express Tbais leaves Rinse a Point at 6 05
A. M . for Buriinxteo and Northfield. Connec
ting at Burlington with boats for Whitehall, Ac.
MecT circus lear.s ugoenaoarga at.
M.. Montreal at 4 10 P. M., House's Point 610
P.JI., arrivinjin Boston at 8 40 A. Jl., connect
ing at Bellows Falls witl Cheshire Railroad for
Button and Wo reciter, and with Vermont Valley
Kailroal for Sprine-Sold and Sew Haven, and
arriving In aew iora at 4 ju r. ji.
Trams eoiso Nobis, asd Tmt
Leave Burlington at 4 30 A.M., &15 A. II., atd
& 53 P. il.
Mail Trai.i leaves Boston at 7 30 A. M.. via
Lowell, Lawrence or Fitchbuig. Leaves Spring
field, at 7 25 A. M.. Bellows Falli 12 25 P.M.,
connecting at TVhiteKiver Junction with Northern
I'.ailroal troni llorton.and with l'assnmceit nn.
road for and from St. Johnsbary and Littleton ;
arriving at Burlincton at Ii 45 P.M., and St Albans
at 7 SO P. M. Ogdentburgh at 3 51) A. IL. and
Montreal at 10 .ir r.
Accomvodaiioti Truix leaves NorthSerJ at i 20
A. 51 ., and Burlington at 0 25 A. 51., for Rouse's
Polat and Montreal.
Nigbt Express Tbaix, leaves Bellows rails at
0 15 P. M., receiving paaeengera from Vermont
Valley Railroad leaving New York at 6 00 A. M.,
and from Cheshiro Railroad leaving Boiton 4 00
T. M., connecting at White hirer Junction with
train leaving Boston at 5 30 P. Jl., via
Lowell or at 5 00 P.M. via Lawrence. Leavol
Whito Hirer Junction at 11 53 P. il., ar
riving at Burlington at 5 20 A.M., Rouse's Point
at 7 20A.M., Montreal at 1000 A.M., and Ogdcns
burgh at 12 40 P. M. connecting with Grand
Trunk trains tor IJelrolt, unicago ana me it est.
bleeping Cars are attached to both the rugtl
Express trains running between Routes Point and
Through Tiokets for Chicago and the West for
sale at the principal stationa-
U. JlbllttlltLi, Dttpi.
SLAlbam, VU. May 14. 162.
ON and aftor Nov. 25, 1661, PatMOger Traint
will run as follows (Sundays exacpud):
Mm Leave Ogdensburgh at 11.30 a. a..
stopping at all stations (dine at Maloao, 1.10),
arrive at Rouses Point at 5.60 r. H., oOBOcting
with Night Trains with 2ptrdd trtftn? Can
attached, and cars for Montreal, arriving at Buf
too and Xe Vork early next day.
Mail. Loire Boaton and New York at 5.00 r.
., arriving at Rontes Point at 7.45 a. w., Maloae
10 to A. v., Potsdam Junction 12.47 a. m., Og
denaburgh 2.00 r. M., connecting with the Orand
Trunk Railway and Lake OaUrio SMamera, and
Ottawa and Presoott Railway for tho Wee. anl
The Trains oonnaet at Pottdim Junctirn with
Trains at the Potadasa and Watortown Railroad,
at Moocrf Junction with Trains of the Platta
bargh and Montreal Railroad.
dEO. V. IIOTLE, Supt.
RUTLAND & I1URLIXGTOX K. K.
Coramooeing July S, IS' J, trains will ran as
8.10 a. st , Mail Tails for Bortoa, Lowall. Wor
cester, Bellows Falls, Keene, Filakbargh, Brat
tlebcro, Springfield. Hartford, anl Haw liavea.
Through to Boiton v.'hout Chamft of Can.
10.25 a. v., Hxpaiss TitAT.t for Rutland, Troy,
Albany, New York, sotraec'.idy.artd tho Wast.
Ihroagh from Montreil t j I roy without change
of Cira Arrive at Troy at 3 to r. an, Near
York 9.00 p. v.
3.V0 r- v., Xisar Expacas from Vontraal to New
York, with Slcipnj or. Arrive in Troy at
6 00 a. x., New Yr.rk 10 30 a ., Tteoftgh to
Ttoy without olungo of oare.
raou ms soviR ad east vaii.ti armte ar itr-
U.1STOX AS roLLOWS:
6.50 a. Jr., Accoxiioo.no.' Txaix from Ratland.
This Train leaves Rutland at 5 45 a. X.
6.35 r. ii. , Mail Trait from Boaton. Lowell,
Worcester, Springfield, Hartford, and Now Ha
ven. Leave Boston 7.29 a. v.
5.55 p.m. kxpacsa Txam front New York at 7.00
A. M ; Troy, 12 3D p.x.
THROUGH TICKET" sold to all the principal
pointa Eeat, South and Wtat, and baggtg checked
r- Fare alwayi as low as bv any ether line.
E. A. CIIAPIN, Sup'l.
Burlington, Vt July 2, 1862.
A 31 ERIC A X S !
A m c r i e a n Line
The only through Amerum Lint to all Potntt
West and yorth West
LAKE SHORE AXD MICHIGAX
THE above long eataUiakjed Railroad Lino off
ers unequalled faeilities for t-anaporting
PafMngerj and Freight to all pointa Wu and
North Wett ia as quick time aa by any other
Fare ot tw aa Ay ytfArr Root.
HA G GA UE 7 CKED TIIR O UGH ,
ALL TO I NTS WEST AND XORTU-WEbT
This line oScn tapetior indacenMDti to Ameri
can citizens to psrehua ticket orcr it, ban8
urxitr tbe ctw tax bill. It will be obliged tt pay
ihs United State rcrnmeDt $1.0 per each ptr
enger from liufflo to Cbioafro; and ia the turn
proportion to all intermediate poiot wet of
The patrooage of avlt patriotic cltUc.is it ihere
fore d thie line, a. U pane entirely thr ugh
American soil, and oootribataa direct I v
To the Support of.be Fctirmt (Jovera
tiirut. On tlte oontrry, the Canada. Uses paH t broach
British noil, &cd do not ooctribata in tho Jeatt to
tke ftoppott of onr poTernmest.
rfogeri compelled to pate onr the Canadian
Lines tLotild t careful to pre vide themeclrea
with tpm for their epenae in Canada, at the
Canadians refute American bills except at an
Pfsngerf. wishing to procure tickets by this
route over all roatee ranniAg from BorU&glon bj
tbe American Line can do ao at all the prinoipxl
Railroad bt earn boat ttatioo la New Kngtand, and
ty application to K. C. HOWE, No. 1, American
Hotel Block, or K. COL BERTH, Church Street.
y Orders by Kail, lor Tiokets promptly at
2. a ROWE,
Unun Tiektt Ofjitt. A'e. 1 Amnean
or It. COLBERTH, Cktsch Atrttr.
Bntltnton, A!sy 9th, 2S62 datf
June 24 t Ii , 1 8 02.
USX opening a hot and detirable ciHrtrzent
LADIES SERGE CONGRESS GAITERS.
LADIES RITSKI.NSand SLIFI'BRS.
MISSC5 SF.I'.GE and KID CO.V
CnES, and LACE BOOTS.
A fall tupply of CHILDREN'S 8I1UE3
Also Max's, Rots' aai Yorrn's Boors and
EnoCS, taniut kinds,
E. A. JEW ETT.
U! Church t. iawtf
j ul r
Received and fcr sale by
Jone 23, 1EC3.
OF Dittingubhed Xatlonal Characters, for
PhotOfrraphle Albums. Oat hundrrd varirtiu
for sale at ICe. each.
by L O. FRENCH i CO.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
Castomer and the Publio that I am cow pre
pared to show the
NEW SPRING STYLES
lor 1S62 for their Approbation.
I inUnd at all timn to hr a fall and r&rted
awortmcot ol Or-ocU in my lino which will be off
ered aj low m the iam quality of Good can bo
fl real paioc will be taken to hare the latett
ii;le, gool Mftteritls, and extra orkmiaship.
Chesp iityvit at very loir prices, gol Qooda at
hit 1 .Tins pric- can alwayi be found at the
r P fy FUR STORE.
BarllnU.D, Mat eh 6tb. 1SG2.
To Business .lien.
A Rare Chance tu moke a I'roOlribir
THE tUBSCP.lUEB, owing to ill health, and
conaequent inability to attend to basinets,
otters Lit wuulo property in the Village of Bar
ington, Vt.. or Mle, consuting of
ONE HRICIC I)';LL,IXG.I10USE, in
good rtpair, with Barn and Uarden atuohed.
ALSO. THE STOCK or coons IX
CHINA HALL, cutnpriaiog a lirge and
well-feLeted aaaortinent of Crockery, China,
(HaM-Ware, Iper-llaogina., ic, ia. This
Store waseatabtitbed in 1817, and is tho lira
eat Houte this side o! Troy, and oommandrian
extensire and profitable trade trtoVtae and
ALSO, THE STOriC or jiilmnery
GOODS, in ue Kicre -o. hj .nurca ei.
Tbe abot e property is very desirable, and III
bo SOLD CHE.it- Ttrnu Eaty
For further p.rticnlirs in" aire uf the aub'Orlbcr
at China U ill, lo J cturca ttree-
s. S. BROWN
Burlington, t , way 31, V C2
A r A X A I) I A X R K 31 K DY
T r Cottivtnttt, Irrrtrutardy oar? Hiltltry of the
Di 'tiUVf tlr'.anl. tndurin i Jltadarhe, JtfjUuia
Xervoiuniu, Vfnri Vt utra'V'n 'I the Mtnd
and Bjdv, Paratviu. rtr.
4 MOMENTS reS :ion cue to convin'e
'V s?nsil lo rnaa ! tielollv nd danirer
onstantlv doainz with ''atharti'.Mfrlicinef.
oraetica n rjrnicioa and ai idl. Anexperie'
otforty yejra has taught me that tbe eonetanty
ncreatlng evilaol inJifc-;U',u are lonriuii jape
Ytl bv he too free uae of Cathartica. 1 i
Americtnoeoplo are faat becitminir a nation of
djflpeptice by their artificial modes of life. Dr.f
tic Caf-artice iucrease tho irritability and pr
trata the atrenLh uf tho diffeetire orirans.
The Pill nu olered are apecially dnigna.l 1 1
allav tUia irritability, an I at the tame time ti
Invigorate and trenctben all the fanctlonfl of li
irstion, while t.iey are aontly laxative. They
are ao mild and invi'rtin that o&o is net te
trtnded by any diaa2rera,.l effecta that he br.v
I!nintv Men. Stulent. Protofloeal Men, Ft
malea.acd all persona leading a oooftaod1 or feden
tary life t niuld try them.
I ne undersigned rbytiuns cheerfully certify
o the biab crufcnlonal atanatne or ui. t-Oiny
sunatead, one or the oldest and beat rbjaieian
and to the excellent qualities of hi" "Asti-oottlve
and Tonic Pitl," which we Lave used in our pro
ticc, and highly approve.
J. il. iliaaos, M. D., Dunham, C- K.
(.'. E. Cottox. M. D., Cottamvill
CiiAiiLU Uanwa, M . It., '
r.. K-stku. M. L.. E.-om9.
Nociiai Ci.fcVxi.A9u, M. 1 , Darnston.
N.Ja.vxs, M.D, "
r. v rvw m, I 1 , ttriftead.
Jon Mxios. M. !.. "
Jusxra RRtAlNHi, M D., Surgeon R. V
i r.jian Daxo.i, M. I)., Coatieooh.
Levcu. H.cbvuxd, 3a. i., Devby Line.
11. Outcs, M. I. (.ompton, C. E.
Q. O. noncxa, Al. 1., Mafjoa;. 3. E.
J. C. RciaaaroBD, M. P., Newport, V
Prepare I by DK. M. F ttl'V,
rtanatea4, C. -, and ltarby Liate, V
old where meli(iue i H.H (encrally.
Ausjuft 21, l-t)t. daw
Lookintr Class & I'ldurc Frame
M AT? 13 FACTO it Y,
a.!21 Crikl Tivcntvtllrtl Strvel.
13 & 17 lirnn.l M. .t SI3 Outre 31.
Fsraii.tsazr 153S. Esvablisscb 1S33.
rUIS KaUbliahmcnt has l-een in fttoeeasfal op
i. cration 2 1 years, and ia the laretst of the
kiod in the United r-Utei. VT have on hand or
manufacture to order, every description of
LOOklXG GLISS. PICTURE AXD POR
TRAIT FRAMES. PLAIXAXI) ORXA
Mt XTA L PIER, M A LL. i'.t L AXD
MAXTKL GLASSES, COXXECT
IXG CORXICfS, BASE AXD
URACKE-I TABLES, WITH
MARBLE SLABS, TOU
4c, 4c, 4c
Morxnives roa Picttma Faixrs, In lengths fuit
able for transportation, either Gilt, Beihf, Roif
leanf, ' ai. Zebra, liirdi.ye. Mahogany, 4'c. Our
aw Manafaclory and extensive facilities enable
as to fnvnifh any article in our line as goad aa the
fit, and as eheap aa the theaj-est.
Dealera are Itivltrtl to cnll upon ua
when they visit New Vork. We claim to be able
to supplr theat with every article la our line which
tbey can poraibty require, at prices lower taaa
they can purehaw elaewhere.
Orders btf Mail attended to with promptness.
Do not fail to call tchen you rmf XewYork.
Orrica asd Wauxaooas, No. 2IS Caxrax tr. N.V
HOaACE V. blOLSR, Aor.
April H. dim
loxdox i xniniTiox.
KETCat TICIITO, LOSD IS AND BACK.
TCt.V MTKKKLT BE
TWEbS JiS YORK AN
LIVE! POOL landing mm
embarkinjr paaacnaera at
onrRV-rrilw X fTrfilaad.! Tito Liveroool. New
Fork and PhiiadolphbSteama h Company intvod
dwpatrhina: their lall-po vo Clyde-built Sta
s'lips aa follows :
City uf New York -a.turday, July Jtjtn.
Cily of Waahiugton Saturday, Aug. 2.
ETNA Saturday, Aug. 9
j 1 1 every Saturday, at .W, from Pier 1 1, Nottb
katxs or paissaoi :
IIRST CABIN, $7,00STBKRAtiU, i30,80
do to Umdoo, $80,00 I do to London
btMrge Return TickeU, go-jd for 6 moo the, Jtfl.Otl
Passengers fonvarod to Paris, Havre, Ham-bnrj-,
Bremen, Kottardam, Antwerp, ic, at re-
jlri ..rj vl frtn it h frll
ilf-rersons wiahinc to bring oat their frieodi
can buy t.ekeuhereal the following rates, to New
furs : From Lherpool t-r Quotnstown ; First
Cabin, $75, $85 and $101. S.eerage from LIrer
pool tiO.tlO. Frcm Quewistorn iJO.00.
Thrie Steamers have supes cr aooommoditloct
f..r passeogers, and tarry expt ioaced fcurgaons.
They are built in U ater-tight Tron Seetiona, and
cave Patent Fire At nihilators n board.
For further liforaatiou apply at the Company
JOHN U.OALE, Agent, 15 Uroadway, N. V.,
11. N. DRURY, Atraat, Brullngton.
March 4. dawly
Totrttnnil County Rrcorda Duritf d 1
fTfJMIE Stores of Ransom A Keyei, at Eut
JJT- t Poultney, Vt,, with the Town lleoordf.
and of Wo. M. Weed, Esq.. Clerk of the Courts,
Sandtrich, N. IL, wiih the Records,
There it no protection for such valuableeagalntt
loss by fire, but a sif tht is fin proof.
THE " MAELAND PATENT "
IS TiLtl ONLsY SAFE
or zosrox HAxcrAcrtraa
that has Not Failed in any Filo
to Preserve the Books and Papers
' Important Testlmo-
7X1 M l't r0 ' lAconia, 2,. Jl.,
V Ol lHfcA.
Fire at East Boston, Ma's., July 1. 1861;
Boston Post, De t 4 and , 15 CO, Aug.
21 and 23, 1361.
LLSarcs possrss tec saxe Diners At ims i
THKarix XAUED. EXCCPr
TIIK JIARLAD PATEXT.
Safes built to order without extra cost. Prices
to correspond with the times. Second-bani Safes
taken in exchange, and far sale at lav pneet.
M B- Ulaelotv tL Anion Hardy,
32 School Steeit, Bostox,
I. J. DUNKLEE, AexxT,
XKW IJOOIC S.
I AST JJEM5, by Mrs. Brownlnj, fcr sale by
JLl C. 0. FI'.E.SC A CO. ,
6KB AT IS HI AS BE3IE V
DB. MATTISO.N S INDIAN EM MEN AGOG u.
Tbli celebrated Fem-ile Medicine
possessing vlrtuea unknown of any
thing cite of the kind, and proving
eloctual after-all others have failed,
ia prepared from an Indian plant
uted by tho natives for tho same
purpose from time lmniemorial,and
now for the Srsttlmo offered to the
TraMtc It ii dcjiirned for both
V married and single ladieand is the
from any caai
rexediea of the kind bar ln tri-l In vain Tula
may seem incredible, but ll It tail in any cire . ie
money will bo refunded.
llVt.lL llVUXU'Jl.l.li' OVIiUl.
have now been sold nilneut a -lnftle
failute when taken as directed, atw wttnnus
the least injury to health in any cut. HT It It
put up In bottlea of throe different atrtngtht, with
lull directions for ulnp, and sent by express,
cloiely tcaled to all parts of the eoontry.
PRICES Full strength, ilO; half ftrenith,
$5: quarter sUengtb, $3 per botllo.
IVCmemocr 1 iuiiueuwiuqii irawgujM .
preaIy for obstinate cases, which all other reme
dien of the kind have failed to cure; alto that it
la warranted aa represented in every repct,or tne
price will be relmded. Hf Beware of imitations !
Dr' Mattison'f Remedial institute for Special Dla
eases. No. 28 Union Street. Providence. R. I.
. t; .reii. I'rr.artMl arht fold oniv at
fgr-Thli specialty cmbracrt all utaeaaes ol a
pritate nature both of men and womn.by a recu
arly eaucaicu pujaiciu i.mj j-.
, giving tbem uia wuuio iiivutivn.
r-r"Conrultatiocj by letter or otaerwiae a re
strictly confidential, and medicines will to font
by Exprvtf, secure irom ooeervauon. to ait fans
ot the United States. Also, acciinmoditions for
Ladies from abroad wishing for a secare and qjiet
Retreat, and good care unlit restored to neaitn.
Caution. It has been eatimatel that over
two hundred thousand dollara are paU to awiu-
dliog qaacks annually, ia .ew England alone,
without an) Itntft to those who pay it. All this
comes from trusting, tnrAowi i-temry, to men who
are alike dettnute of honor, character or sain,
whose onlv recommendation is their own falao and
extravagant aitrrttoni In praifo ol themselves.
It, therelore, you would awt being Auotbuaye4,
take no man's word, no matter vhat An av,tn-
mu irr, but .v. A lit. I.L trtl : it win eon
you nothicg, and may sate you many regrets;
as advertttm poyriciana, m nine cam bbi
ol ten. are bofui, there II no nifty In truting
any ot ttitm, unlesa you know wfca and tohot they
c3r"Dr. M. will tendA. by eccloting one
stamp af abote, a pamphlet on Discases or Wo
Kit, anl in private dueairs generally, giving
full information, xilh tho moat undoubted refer
ences and teatiaionials, without which, no adver
tising phytieion or medicine of tills kind is de
fertlng ty raiMri'', irism-cr.
Orders by mail promptly attended
"Vrite your addre.r, plainly, and direct to D
MaTTifor. as aVve. Heel
O AK KR AND
Ail kinds of
constantly on hand
and mis t oraer
Alto, PfiMn, Ice Crciini, nil Jelllc.
Ilrldiiya f Pamet inpplied at 'hart natia
A 6se aM-rtiaent of Cako Trimmlora ; A variety
ClHLI'RrN'S TOYS, DOLLS A DOLLS' HEADS
ft even alia, quality ana prie
TVoi!if Vegetiblt COVGH CAXDY mot,
V H. All oa.or.aj rusnr anaxsan to.
I.' XVELOPES.agod asaortment f.-t alewh'
3 i ale and retail, at
July . 1662.
3HR3. S. S. BR0WF.
York lionncl Store.
VI OST refpesifully informs ber nu erous ens
ilx tomera that she has on hand a chr.a anort
1'AI.Lnuil lriXTKK IIONNET.
VVhieb ah will offer at prtoaa below any other
hotml In the trade. On call will luffioe to cu
riam all that thle stock stands unrivalled for
rkshnws oftatterial, beauty and variety of do
sign. Our terms ar CASH .
it as. Baovvx returns her alnoere thanks for
bar greatly inma'ed oostom. and having ortlsta
and talent of th first abilltv to aaaiat her, sbo
fwela assured that ahe can give tm reaaed iitirf ac
tion to all favoring her with th r natronag. ae
no pain or trouble will bo spar 1 1 plena. She
has engaged, rtrdlerf of ex , ease, a trimmer
from the celebrated Mtabliabnu t of Mdl. Betaete
of Broadway, New York, who U aa artiat of Ike
first ability, aad who takes aha. go of, and tuper
intends her work exclusively for fashionable
trade, to which wo can guarant perfect satis
faction. M US- a- S. BROWN,
lit. Church St., Burlington, Vt.
sprim: stylus just rkckivkii
cuiiVCtt's i;lotiug store.
i NEW AND LAR4B ASSORTMENT OF
SP JUNG GOODS.
Of tho Late-t Style and th Beat Quality, in
cluding BLACK AND FANCY CAS5IMEXBS,
Silk Mixed and all Wool
FLAXXFL COATIXGS, 1 ESTIXOS.
SPRIXG OVERCOATS, OEXTS'
FL'KXISHINR GOODS, Ac,
Ol all ileacrtpttona, la now open at B. TURK'S
rid aland, Bank Llock.
Garments of all kinds,
vriM. B UAH raoH
$ i: W I'ATT I! K N s,
In th LATEST 8TYLR nd in tbe Ictt
nannar. A Urge tak of
Of all grades and prices is kvpt constantly c
0-CM.L AXD EXAMINE J3
Burlington, May 5. dawtf
French rrolcsiunt Insiitufc
V OR V O U X O LADIES.
REV. N. CTR, PRINCIPAL.
MftXTREAL, r. F
rIlC advantages offered in tbis Katablishmeat
a for the acquisition of Freneh are vary great,
as this language is spoken coottantly by the mem
bers of the family, and no pains are snared for the
thorough and raptl advancement of tho pupils.
Rev. J. Ooadby, Montreal .
J. W. Conroe,
Watertown, N. y.
Rochester, N. T.
lion. R. Laaricg,
Rev. L. Uoward,
vf. II. Nlcholj, Eni.,
G. Humphreys, EtA.,
Rev. & Pease, D. ii..
Rev. M.B. Anderson. O.D..
Rev. Baron Stow, 1). I)., Boaton, Mass
Rev. E..V Kirk, D. 1. ,
Rev. Dr. Tumiull,
Rev.O. Y. Samson, D. I
G. E. Howard, Esq.,
Rev. Dr. Sheldon,
Wathtngten, D. C.
Tr..y, N. Y.
Montreal, April 21, 1S2.
t V0ULU respectfully announce that hei.jiro
I V pirad to execute all orders with waichii
may be favcrei in tha abfve lice, with care anl
Music, Magaxtnea, Pnnaphleta, &c . Sic,
faana ta any detirtd etyte.
ACCOUNT-BOOKa OF ALL KINDS MADE TO
ORDER. PAPER RULED TO ANY
Orders by Mail will receive prompt attention.
Terms reaeocable. Address,
(OSes over iluntlcgtcn's Bookstore
Burlington, March IS. dawtf
T LUE, Brown. Drab aal Oreea
elU, received last night, at
hDHAKU 11 A tt Lull
4iirtli1 "ry beat thins known lor tne pur.
.SliT3JP ' It lrin" on ,be n-"n,i-&J2$iJ
fii-kn. M in caws "f obflru-tlnr
ri 'Hb'iarctil aajortment, the handsomest, the
J nt detirable and tho Utett Stylo of
to be found In Burlington is at LtxaVa. AM
doubt will bo remov ta uptn examination cf lb
qa!l and Ste
May 8, 1S02. Ja '
D SI M: lit mm FOll j
Co ds. Crcup, Asthma I
Whooping-Oough, Sorj Throat.
I r- ncbitiB.UoarEcncBS, iniitt
enzn, Fever and Ague.
It is warranted to relieve croup in fiteminulefa
To break up a common cold in a aiogle night.
To relievo tbe Aethma at one.
To euri all con f ha and dianaea ot th- lungs.
previous to ulceration.
Tne raatchlesa Hiseaaa and unpreoede.ted poptr.
latity which this remedy baa attained in oaa shot
year, would Men to be a anateient guaranty of it
excellency. If any owe deabts tt lot .orb give i
ih. f. 11..W1HC : t'roia Hon. Levi Indir
wood, Lkut. liovemvr of Vermont.
Meaara. F. B. Magoon t-. I -.ve u. y...
p. -v.- r.,cuad. for eovero ooldt Ml
son throat, and it has provad an efficient retDOdy
t.t.. .,l,..k'a aeewitonto th list of rtmadl
for oolda, coughs, Ac
i io, Ota., iwiii
Burliaguo, Oot. oth, 18 0.
From lion. Tioaothy P. Redfield.)
ii. ..1.. .r tt-etk'i Marie Coasiweaala ahor
time, I was entitely euled .tone of tn. aeveewt
and raoat obaUnate colrfa upon my lnaga that I
ever eTrriKd. I know of no remedy equal t
, for ouogb, and lane "P'A" li'fc.v,
Montr!r, Oct. b, IPSO.
I From Rev. E. B. Mnttb, D. 1)., Principal jf
New Hampton Iaithution.
TV. Miki OomDonnd which you forulaaod ma
lait Srrin?. 1 fulerlug moit aevoteiy
from tbe effects of a long continued oold upon my
lungs, acted like a cbarm. The finl night after
Uking it. I eoughed lets and slept bolter than for
weeks belore, ana tno u.o w - y
the difficulty entirely. I shosll net it again in
preference to any medicine I have triad when
i null iibi'i
E. B. SMITH.
Fairfax, Vt , April Jt, 1660. "3tf
UE herewith illoltrate furiherimprfveoaentt
addaltu tb Wheeler A Wii...o wwing
machine, namely, the "braider." a device fir aew
inf bratd or cord upon any kind of fabric Th
braid or eord T2, is aseed thr u-h the h"le. "J,
(see ecraviog.) of the ordinary glvfs prrs-vr. TI,
of tb. machine ard stirched upon tho tabne, t.
In tb. tnost elaborate designs without aay pravi
oas bai.tir.-. lu valo. is be set forth bv a Udy'e
Land aa U llowf :
"A now improvement has Utelv been added to
tbe Wheeler A Wilson ma-bin. (which, by lit.
wat, we considered long ago to be as nearly per.
feet as aay hoaaan contrivance eonldbc.) bemoan
attachment for aewing braid upon cloth, silk or
aay materia! If any of onr friende have been
tbruugb th. tedious operation of braiding chili
!' urease, they will rwaliaa tb. grea leiiet that
awaits them in this invention. Tne braid f Uuws
th. nfdle with ptrfsct accuracy .taking any earv.
desired, so that tho moet intrioat. pattern may b.
braidwl cith great rap.dity Every lady may
now poasets one uf th' se lovely ebambray uiro
ieg rebee, erabtoilerei in vines and labyriallia if
a ni: braid, which have heretofore fallen to th.
lot only of tb. m st industrious aad ingenious.
For anntnter dressM nothing can be m re elegant
and becoming. Wo bait this improvement a. a
Confirming evi lene. ot " a good lite c mlo" fr
tb. ladiea on and all. And w may aa wrll in
clude th gentlemen, for there will dabtle be
a bnnMdiat. harvest of elaoorat. smoking dpi
and vetvat slippers embrotdorad with gold braid
Long liv th. stwing macniaM ' Scientific
5.0U0 TD5. L'nWnachvd eactinga,
Red aad Blue Flannels;
Tar's and Mees CafsimerM;
Dnlliiga, Corset Jeaat, Paper MutKaa,
.fcc., ic, Sx.
Th. above flood, are Just reeeited, and are uf
tared at th LOWEST MARKET TRICES.
MetahanU will Sad this stock in eomplei. order
and at prices that will compare favorably with
other markets, with th. addition of freight. The
attention ot paiehan.ra of th. above (iooda ia In
vited, telierlag their totrcsl may be hoaeuted.
Pletwe coll and examine.
May S. 15S2. dawtf
TRCTinvS AND VALIB8,
ot a groat varsory of pattern and ptieos. l'u
N K VV
U O O K
i KTFUL'a VTABD, bis Book.
Tho Master," by Mary A. Donia r
"Uotta'e Co ant taroar.'
"Bayard f.yloa'a 2d fris of IIool Abf.i
For oal. by
C. O. FRENCH A CO.
May 21 daw
Hit. MARSHALL'S 11 K.VOAC lli:
Gnlr r V S n u fl"
rpIU&SNUrrhi ihorouihlj prorfrl ittelf to
S b tb Uit art lota ever kawQ for oarlag the
Catarrh. CjU im Um He., al tt UvtUeh. It
ttat bven tmnci a fireUent rced In tnaajr awee
of Sore S;c. lHxvfaMti bs rcmoTed by it,
so4 Ilenring hs rxen grtatlj iaproTti by iu
nth. It por; oat all obtiutloof , ttrnglbccs
tb -vl glrs a ttaaltbjr aotioo to tbe parU
asfceted. It i ttKommtmAvi bjr miajr of ibe ltt
ybjtioiac, ao4 ia oed iritb groat eatifaoito t
Marb 7. Uw)t
t CST RKCBIVED by rjpresi, Blaek and h
Cheoked CHINA SILK; Black and Whit.
Chaoked BONNET SILK; Plain
BONNET SILKS aad RIBBONS
al 1 oolore.-
a full srsortment
cf RAQLANS and JACKETS
both Plain and Plaid Cloths. Call
acdsM. at EDWARD BARLOW'S
fllHE subscribers having purchased th. well
X known Livery Stand recently occupied by
0. D. MsthtTS, would respectfully announce to
th. pabllo that they are ready to aocomaodat.
tho rcsnl f Bsrlinztoa with any thiol In their
Ha., at all hours and at shortest notice, and solieit
a skate of the'patronas of the public.
XJ.W CARRIAGES, GOOD HORSES,
upp4li a t all staff, aad no jln spared ta pleate
n ttm cr n. LUuiit.ittit,
O. F. BLAKE.
April 7. dawtf
31 rs. E
M - R c 1 1 o g g
OCLD give cotlc. that the haa recptued
ht r rocnta at the
SEWING MACHINE PARLOR
No. O, College St.,
And la prepared to exeruto orders fcr SHIRT
MAKING, SIITCIIINO, and al kinds ot
I'LAlTf nn.l OIINAMK.VTAI. WORK
I In tbober' manner ari at fhojt loticc
' Lad.tsLlpen olHrs, Luakfait Jacketa
j and Mlaaes's fackj. on hanj a; I mads to order
. ...... r- .'
- ! ADB TO OHDEH, on PLUilBi "-'cd
ll LAST3,-an,w ln.nti,n, and "
tiaive satisfaction. The Lvta can
i?l iafcraat.cn obtained ol the 'flJ' 'u
has secured the rlcht of Cuftora Uork for this
Tlcin,,Jr- A. PKOUTY, JR-,
1S1 Cbcbch 6Taxr.
ILI.l)TRATi:i) WAR PAt'EKr-
Juae 28, 1362.
f)Al. STVK I'Oll f.M-l'..
. K "Albaoi..- .love, N- 1- '"'
ba . u,r ball. -bu na Jyn ta
, '.J , wek. l Is perfrct ord-v. and SW lot o
a, b. Ua.1 . haega-. Inq.rr. .1 lb-
S1IK1) FOR SAI.U.
u.ict .l,t nrriaie Shed, at the tl
V Olrtabtic Oantfregataonal Meetlng-bouae
. . I am . n..u 1 1 ffv-
it. iqoif " T:
..i. ia iMA i . u"
(CM EL OR OOPPSR, to emt rells, may b
tad , u.,.t -"pT rlCB.
A Great Bargain.
S.l.lR SALK, a goM b7." f"
" bunting affaoUj thT"'1 -J'SVo
wimliox ; a good time-keeper and a aaewe
Stog-wltb Sonata atta-l Owing u r-
,S. it at an aaseni. W ?"" ' " "
"T eha-c tn ..tain a wnt
at fax Man holeole mwxo aaay a.t oecnr in a n
wasahn-y b. roan -
inquiry f b. n. aw
FARM I'Olt fALK.
TN Potfdam, St. Utsrsoc. Co., '. T. Mt.
Z,nas Cllrk orf. I jsl. hb b... tm,
uatl one stDi from PU-. ."T
tain. 507 r, is well watered by a n.v
iagatream; has en it a assail sajar rohard l a
youag annlo nrenard, a largo fin. d"?"S """
crrUg.Pno.... otk out bnildinga, a good
farm dweUiag hou, cn houae barna. shad.,
grar..ri, 4c The farm io a high atot. of l
f.vatioaandlh. b,lWiags and M to peihct
repair. Forty cow. and olner oek, .ib daitj.
far-i.g and sagaring utensil., mm, r ta ! bad with
th. farm. Th whole or any part of tn. pnreha.
moa.y, If satisfactorily swsarad, saajr remain on
inumat as song a deeitsd Apply t.
S. B. 10RDON .
Pot da at, 64. Lwrs 0., 5. Y
June 15. 15.2. dwelrtma
.MA:.V7.INB. TOR JULY. lG3.
Ixt-LIEV MAGAZINK t-t inW.
B.ALLOI " "
APPLBTON' R- R. Ouida for
Received at th. Church Sweat Book Snv by
y VST RECKIVgD AT TH CtjrH BTUsU
10 KeaoVrf Bneetg.
10-1 shows da
8 t Brawsracd e.
-t d. im.
i i in. da.
1.1 oX r.
i-i Pillow-Cia. limn.
Toanth-r with tn sslsnas Tbl. Ltaon.
Oaaaaaka. N.pkiao, H.aw, ., jh r
trtautnrtl a.1 Art .
Jan U, 11. sM
$100 BOOKTY IN OOIaD
f ILL ka paM at h. end -f wihstmect t"
EVERY IXITED STATFS sni.pfrR
JOHN TV. JOXKS. U-S. V.
t(50 three years Men wanted
For th. V. 9. Army ImtnoaiateJy.
Iteerultinx naac. apca rtt tin rll" K I on- V
Evtry nun enliating from this vicinity, will be
placed in one I'aUllion. Kvwy esloHw will be
put in uniform, a aew aad elegant Mm Week
cloth auit at once, at Burlington, Vt. Pay eom
mnoee the day of eailatment, and wlU h ill
per month, and all th
EXTRA PAY AND BOUNTY LAND
lirastad by Coogrca to th volantwrs will bo
grant to thee. Regulars. Cool clothing and
food, an qnartere and modical attradane., are
all fteo ot -aro-. A soldier is not at on. otnt
es expsas. o himself after esltetmant Aay
prudent man -al rare, bothies ample fpendtag
SSOO A. NO A I'lMllMRJI
Of ISO ACRES or BOl'N TY LAND at the end
of three yra' service, -mart ycuEg seen will
b promoted to Corporals and Serganta, and amy
olttontaly rise to bo Commisaioned U&cers, as the
law providM that one-third of all th. Cosamt
sioned OvSoera shall l-o promoted from the ranks,
and w. have now to appoint over 200 iergeaats
and Corporala. Four r-xcoxD LtacraxAan ban
already been taken from the ranks In this Regi
ment. Sr"Every old soldier knowa that the Regular
aoasiers fare better than th. Volunteers. They
hare thoroughly drilled oScers, plenty of good
clothes and fool, and arc never sent into b-UIe
until thoroughly drilled and fit for fervbM. All
my men witl be taken to Fort Hamilton, at New
York City, and ther. drilled for three or f ur
months, Ufor. uinc to Washington.
JUilN U . JONES, United staUa army
12th Reglm.r.t H?rutting offi- er
li. D. r. liLJLliR.
tui r.ot to A. S. Dvrr.
RHtiOKRins AMI ntovisios,
MRM. VI1 LE i KEROSENE ' It .
PRBEKVKIi AI DRIED Rrlt
tilOLIS AND riCKLID risit.
uuaarnAL'- loatoco. ric ,
a D att.va Rnr- nf-n 1
w. a. wrLLi"
RurliDto.1. May 12, l'&2.
A Kb YOU A TV A RE
That a good No. 3 Whealer A Wilson Sewing
Machine, with hemmer, can be boflght fcr f-rtv,
tre dollars aj No. 6 College Street T
ARE YOU AAYARE
That to itsprfsfi, ornamental bronxa Whwler ai
WiUeatcwifigmaeh.ee, nitb magnify teg gliJi
cloth promr new itIe beanncr, an 1 all tho latest
Improvements,, aa b boubt for fifty vt dil (art
at tba Agen y, Xo. b. College ilrect ?
ARB YOU AWiUlE
Tbat a Buperb pilrer plated Ho. 1, Uheier A
fTitaoD 31aeaiiM caa now bo boogbt for toxtf -fir
dollarl. - -1 avsialfeaje at sntnty dollar?, at tb'
wlag Xrajdia parlor, No. 6, Co II es-3 Street ?
Arc you aware
I bit a magoidceat iilter plated Wheeler X
Wilson Mtchia-, in a fall com of polished mih
pany, u handsome aa a fine plane, and a tftttuand
tlmti more asefal,oan be bonjbt for enlj it-ffy
d.Ur, at No. 6. Collagv Street ?
ARE YOU AWARE
Tbat the "Cheap MaebinM are plajed oct,
their alo tor th mot part ended, and the gar
retU and auctioarho tilled with tcH a ba
net eattrcl rattled to pieeeeT
AIIE YOU AWARE
That tb. Howe -'Lockstitch" machine, now
take the Universal Lead, and that tho TVhwtcr A
TVilaon ar th aokto 'lodged ruperiora of all tho
other Locktiteh machinesT
ARK VOL' A TV Alt K
What an arcrptable preotnt a TVneeler i- Ti ri
sen Uaebln ia to any lady who has net get oe?
ARK YOU ATVAIir.
That ta reenonsible guaranty of th. tgenta.
Qno. T . iO.t). Bevemct, la given with each
Machine, and that lhir priwa are ae Ion, aa at
th. factory, aad no eaarg. for fret ht or exprM
Che above are all Faots,
Jlrtttc a note ofthem.
, S I U N
P-THTINS, QLAZINt) OU.TININ )
I TERUANUIN'.. An
hoots a 'y?;
by J. I.. SI AUI,I1N(.,
(lite of the firm of Huim.I1 A Spauldini..
' Colltga atreet, (shop ormcrlt oecupirl bv
j Haynes,) Curlingt-in. VL
I arch 3 13CU. tt
IIORSK I'OTVRR AND TIIRKMlirr.
i" P. D.WI' A CO. have eaUMished a
K , branch ot th.ir Brasher Fall maawac
tut. at I'lattsburx. Ilr. we shall kaep-m hand
onr well known il'.r.. Powers, Threehn.. ui
Cleaners for oe, two and three hone. Th. Ver.
mont lartners are well acquainted with tkoa. ne
chines, for they have been in .pera'lon am. nr
tbem f.r 15 years, and naver with so good a repa
ration as new. It is safo to amrei t- at this ta tn.
onlr rhre.ber and Cleaner ever msru'aotared m
the United Stitee fer so many year, that baa n. .
been supersede.! by ethers. This has etood uarr.
ailed and with th Improvements that " rrl
avpertanw In tbe buaius ku sngarestod, we ti i k
pkoaur. I -ring th fario.r. of V iant t a
it taabotr all ther the caeebin. th.y need, n
an forward machine to new port oo tne Uke,
alliht eapena- with dtepnteb. .Il ropairms
phfcwao.1 teeth will h- ket.s ounat.nlly ro ban I,
and all v.lr. will h. rpUy nttrnded t.
vr. r. ti a ao
ri'tttborgh. May 1-
,. . if- Li..b ili. - imttrr from Joba A
Ckamheilii, Orr.nl lsU.who ha. bad mas. expv
Hc. with --km- h yj.- -m.,
iieavu. I'ai t Cv:
It M not bard drlvtnrj to thr. with of., .pan .
i .... - - mawhtn. 100 bnab.la -
rood b l cr 200 bwJiara oat3. W.h.vetbre.h
ed ISJ ! or waoM kitob -
. i . ---- an . extra eu- rta
with fear hand, belt It was not tttatlea and we- d
also Jl hnrbtU onu ha 29 mrnaUs. '"
na wll cleaae.1. at lor nr.., ma i. -
the machine, neharane ttonW in clear, in.
grain w.ll. with yewr ree.nl rmpvo..m.t. .r d i
.mfsid shomnabme. o '
throah and lan wU am araisi h the "
help aad two hosse than amy .tier two-hura
Alaa IS taw wawa
,Bo"' . , fU a vrtri!T.t V
Oman Isle, VW, Mat l. 15.
. r . ta..krf akith on. miebln.''
t 'O0 baahols. giving too than $3 fur repair
van then oold it lur half th of a new . n-
OsdcnsburRh to the West:
VI' ILL. dnrtng tb pru-ent ru n -
FIRST CLASS UPPER CABIN STEAMER
Daily batwoew Ogdenabwrgh, a.v.land. Toir. -DETROIT,
axx uiTBBMBriATE roars,
rnelndiag Wankvgan. Kmsoaha, Racine, r :
Washing on, Mnboygn, Monitowre. PortHur i
val of th. EXPRnSS TRA IN from th. KAT. -s'l
iMtngstlarly for PASSESOMlSsnd FREIbHT.
i7jl i:u- iAMt.i.B.w. Cla.tAn. CanaVir rf i '
and O-iWKttO. rn-joneers and Famil.a on ir z
VnI, can mnarK wttn inir L-mfw,
Stock de.. and send together with .nt di urbf l -or
TranmhipaMBt, at tbair port of deaticaf. -grThaee
stasrs have larf . Cabins an i
rHate-rooms, amply aad neatly funuah-
ran fmar clam mwsms",
and S coadC.Staa wtthCiwk Stoves ard nu.1
M ammodatlon et Puaengeraand I. it.
lie who may vamh to faraiab their op
pro.isicna and bedling. BTSi' 'f
forni will be spared to maintain
th. reputation of thas as
TUB CIIBTil'RST and ItKST HOVT
9FrigM forwnrded to eare of tbe Avn
lhtasfnaT will receive earvfol .itentv n --
SO. A. EDDY, or ,
J. M. CH . t BdRLIN, J
fl. W. SwilB. flener-1 Parnger Agem. P
DTot, Ogden.borgb N I
E. CnarwiJt, Vrgennf. Vt ,
Oesreml Trv..ni Agent f r Nw En I. .
AtrH 3d. 18r. w-m
M TV PIi OVEKY.
'HE A-.-anl it Tin Tt . rm-. la-fn .i
which h' Off r b.J ihe -itii!
eminent ph-ieui . and u nvrrjllt i -kit- ,
themast.v n-i isi reach f tne-. i. '-r ir- r . i -expcllod
firm th-han !y-Tcii' Ir (i '
Ur. K.R. Roalil'. ri.i TV-rm .Tfr
4 Cure Warranted in trv ra.v.
Relief afford. ! in ticenty lmr hour'
This Syrnp Is purely a vegetable p-epara' ,
aad harmless with the yoongest child.
fmrroaa Inteaao itching, biting and distra
in th lower Dart of tbe rectnm mod about the sea
rtVn mlatakn ior Ik. piles.) digrable aenf i
lion in tho .pigaatrio ragiost or lower part of tt
bow.Ia, reaaletonerl, wnkefwlnesa, atarttm; ar l
sCTOtmlngin thosleop, faiotin;-. and net urifr
qnentiy spnam or fim.
Carrtoir. Tho gamine ha tt aevne, lr r
fl. Soald's Pis VTurm Syrop." blown to wh
tie, hia portrait aad a foe aimile of hta aan iir
in th wrapper.
IIEKVBY A MOORB, Tr-m-tor,
Addreaa OBO. C. 800DVTIN ID1.
1 aad 12 Marshall St., BvsWn, .Ma. .
tteseral Ag.-nts t r New England
Sold in Burlington by A. r -PE R and J. '
ROBY A CO.
r lot!! is tv Rnr.cn.
rjT'HS i.n i- r v
X - i" a -a. a itael
elft i-v z T-
handkc-Tet I a be i -. V aa t w. . ,i '
ofor-l r Oar n-aihine 1 cade I w- r.l. v.
rubber anJs. whioh we wa-rar,: r t t" 1-e-
atrety-b a hl an inch I: tw i year- i ni twithaiai i
ing what "tier rnanufac urer? sty), .mi onr r. '
ia plain y trarktd on each .acJiuf An '
purchasing can return tt aft'-r oce rni.nlb" o
and get tbe money they paid f-r it if nvt saiisfifri
For lale Wholaaal. and Retail, hy HALT
J10B.SK A HOYDEN, over otefater Railroad
Depot, Albany street, Boaton.
J. H. Orioemaid, Church M., Axeat for ih. fs1
i-f the above wiingr at Burlington, Vt.
Jane 12. mta.
THE DAILY FREE PRESS,
JS PUBLISHED emery aft moon, (andays ex
cepled,) at five o'clock, and gives it reader
Twolve Hours lator Haws
Thss they ean obtain r-n any athar bouts.
(From th N. Y. Evening Post.)
Ilv.ning vs. Mornin; Tapers.
The rotative r-oeittoos of th raorninx asd art
nlns pa peri have changed gnaUy dartag the
present war. A little while ago the aornin;
papers wer hire, as tbey have always been in
London aad Paris, pre-oiatneotly the newefapen
Taey furnished their readers 7r their bToakfo"
tables all th irMtdeats of th previous day a-1
night. Evening papers merely repeated th "
farmitioti, with a few additional parncul -gathered
in the eoars of the morning. ant '
local city news. Hat rince the opening t T'
war it has been diJeront. Tho firat oconr.t
nearly every important ac.ioo and mvwuKRr.
we sard 'h. other day, have boon givo.i
pubrta of New Yot k by th evening pap-
Ihus, the reporu of the grul Bethel fight,
our euceowM is VTmtcrn Virginia; ot the -n '
Ran deteat; of the Hattaea Inl.t a2air 1
most signal of all. of the Port Royal victory aai
of the rapture of Macon and altdoll, aad thm
surrender, wore all recite tn this r tio let
f.r tbe morning papers to print, hut early enough
for the evening papers to give roll paitionlars
The Fact Pans reooivea dpatshoar.gnbar
by both the Aracista aai Vt. Boston UneJ
opto feur o'clock efeacaday. Its telegraphic
sews is cecsoinenllj aa iafi, and la moat aaaea
at fvM, In fact the aawne, as that givoa by tee N
Y. Evenmf Poet and the New YVrk and B"' 5
venirrj papera generally.
Teans By wrrier, - - $a,0ll per an
" mail ... $1,00
STKHTl.Y IN AIlVASCb..
O. r A 0. n EENEDIf I