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BURLINGTON FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7, 1848.
The account of tliu arrest of (loner.ils Wotlh
nml I'illow U cuiiiirincd. The former was ar
rested for causes tliat laio not clearly trans
pired, ll.o latter for contiinuclwH deportment
towards the (!enemMn-('hief. Wo 1'unl llio fol
lowing in tl'o National Intelligencer of the 3Ut
The Hfili-ti in.iil faincr 'lVtot nrrii-il at Cat Is
land, Mow New li leans, on the iiUtli, briiijiii( vory
lute accounts fiotu lc.k-o.
(Jen. l'ATrr.uso.v, with an liiitncn-e ttnin, r.ml reach
ed the cityoi Alevico, Iriviim loll a gariHoii at Hio
l'rio, which nlu In- hereafter n pcrmtnciit depot.
The .Mexican Conj;rea, silting nt liaerrtaro.had a
quotum on the full instant, to whicli it.itc the advices
Iroin tint city reach The Mexican papers mention a
rumor tint Co,i.rrc-n was about to despatch Commis
sioners to Havana to treat at tint place with the
United Stales on the subject nt Peace.
Col. IJiMiiir.AU, i the new Governor ol era Cruz.
The Areo Ins n.'wpip r s-ijs that the .Mexican
Govcrmn 'lit li 1 1 called 11,1011 G -ncrnls Canal xo, Al
cona, nnd I,ointi.mlino lur the purpose nl itivint; lliem
n coinmn-ion to raise a new army. This movement
I. dis.nmruvcd ofhv the Monite ur ReinMicano, pub
lished 111 the city ot Mexico, which piper charges the
Individuals named with cowardice and want ol capa
city, and pronounces them totally unworthy ol' the
liieh trust which it is nroouoeil to devolve uiion them.
Lieut. Wntrm:, adjutant of the Dili infantry, who
was InUpn nrimmer in .Ink' list hv iruerrihis. near era
Cruz, is now at Puebh, acting as adjutant general to
-General Irine's brigade.
Col. Ili'6itES,ot the Miryl-in.1 regiment. Ins been
appoinicu .uniiaiy ami umi Ltou-ruor 01 jaiapa.
AVo learn from the Kecno Sentinel that the
'Cheshire Railroad was opened for freight and
passengers, as Ur as lo Troy, (9 miles from
Keene.'i on Monday the 27lh tilt. This road
lias been constructed, thus far, in the most sub
ftantial and thorough manner.
The Fitchlmrg Scnlhicl says :
We nassed over ihe road on the first un train in
company with seveial gentlemen of this town, nnd the
towns along me roati, ana nan a very pieasani inp.
the whole superstructure ami 1111111 ot Hie roaoispro
hnlilv pnnil tit ,itiv in w l!itirlniut. nnd the curva
turesare lew nnd well constructed tor great speed,
Willi safely. We noticed one place wheie the track
was straight for live or six miles. The engines on the
road weie nnnuf ictuied by Messrs. Ilmkley t urury,
of Uostun, nnd nre powerful machines. The cars,
manufactured by Messrs. D.iu nport ( Uridges, arc
elegantly finished, and u-ry commodious I he Direc
tors huie secured the services ol mi experience! I nnd
gentlemanly conductor, Mr. Gale, and nl-o ol ex
perienced engineer. N'o coiigrntulnle the govern
ment ol the Company on their success 111 unking ar
rangements in every respect to sal My the reasonable
expectations and desires ol the public.
H.NHl.t, Pot ircncrtillv begins with langnorand wea
riness, chilh'ess nnd vomiting, soreness of the throat,
great thirst, nnd ninny other unpleasant complaints.
Wright's Indian Vegetable nils wiltn lound the
ety nest itiCiiicinc mine worm ior nie cure 01 smun
pox, because thr-y cleanse ihe body from those poison
ous humors which are the cause not only ol the small
pox an. I oilier eruptivc'onipl.iinls,but ol every mal
ady incident to man. I'roin three to six of said In-
nan vcgciaiuc run, tancn every main 011 going 10
bed. will in a short lime not onlv make a perfect cure
of the nbove dangerous complaint, butthc blooj nnd
ether fluids will be restored to such a state of purity ns
lo utterly prevent inflammation ol the eyes, consump
tion, nnd other incurable complaints, which usually
lollow nn imperfect cure of small pox.
s.ilil Indian vcgeiauie ruisaisoaiu aim improve
liccstion. and therefore give health mid vigor to the
whole Inime, as well as drive disease of every name
Irom the body
IIewarb of Cou.iTr.rtFr.IT Ton only omoinai,
AND OL.NlINn INDIAN Vl.ur.TAPt.lj l'll.t.S HAVE THE StU-
NArunE or William Wriumt wiiitten with a rc;
on the Toe i.ADi.t. or each nox. iYone olArr is gen-
umr,aml tarouiiteifcit this is ror.uLny.
The genuine lor sale by W. II. CUUTIS, Wnter
Street, nnd TIIKODOItL' A. PUCK, College Street,
sole nireuts for liurliiigtou. Reuben Ferguson, Lsscx ;
.1 11. Li)Ke, iiunnngtou ; w. miotics, .ir, Kicmuonti ;
K. II. Green, Itichuiond ; J. II. Sc. T. W. Tower,
Underbill; llurlbut Sc. Hodges, Williston: It. San
derson, and G. Avers, West Williston j J, Lyman,
Jericho j W. I). Vclie, Ilineshurgh ; W. S. Sc. II. 1',
Wood, esirord ; Staples &. I, yon, Charlotte ; John
Simonds, Khelburnc ; It. Itichuiond Barnard ; and at
the New Ihiglnu.l Branch Ullice and General Depot,
ioj 'i-. c.... n..,nn
l-IO 11VIIIU111 UIIVVI, I'UCIIUM,
List oi Letters,
ADVERTISED IN THE FREE PRESS BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT
and remaining In the Post Office at Burlington. Vt.,
January 1, 1848.
Hath, Me., May 23 Mr. V Drown : Dear Sir :--Hut
1111? tested the mine nl vour Snis inarilla and To
mato hitters, 1 take pleasure to give to you the lactsof
my case for your own satisfaction and the benefit of
others. I have been sobering with the Lrysipelas hu
mor 111 my side, causing my hand and nrm to swell
cry much, and to lie painlui i nl the same time, nnd
lor some tunc previous, have been troubled with a
weak stomach ; most of my food has hurt me, and
there has been a singular fainlness at the stomach,
which has been increasing, and caused tne much dilli
cully. After I commenced taking ydnr Hitlers, I
could perceive a gradual and immediate relief, nnd
would recommend it with much confidence to those
who are troubled with Mich complaints.
Hath, Me., May 27, 1811.
l'orsaleby Tiilo.A. Peck, and A. C. Stear, Apo
thecatiesand wholesale Druggists, nnd by dealers gen
erally throughout the State.
' IVior Jack, farewell !
1 could have bettct sp-ired a better man."
The Sentinel ami Democrat, as it has been
heretofore known to this world's people, has
ceased ! Mr. Win-low, in the last week's num
ber, announces that he has sold out, and that
the piper has jrone into a suit of printer's: pur
gatory for a week-, lo prepiro it-elf for the new
'body it is lo nsiuno on its re-appear.itice. Well !
Farewell, oh! " manilot destiny ! " We hear
thee no ill will, though ti.ou li.tst been, at times',
finite too snappish at our cood-nalured fun.
Cuaioes Tact. Since Di. Fmml introduced his
I'rctoiill for the cine ot Cuuchs. Colds. &.C.
into the I), eg Stores ul ilns place, i; has been all Ihe
go. II irdly any thing else in that hue is called lur at
the principal shops here. We had supposed that the
nubhc had been surfeited with A'oWrfins, nnd that a
Thou leavest in at a time when iiroat events are new aiticie would stand a poor chance. Uut the Dr. is
, , , , f ,. a in.'iu ol science and skill in Ins profession, and has
in rapid progress, and when thine inimitable ,e ortunate m getting up a good article that every
disquisitions on the Tiding away ofthe Iiidimi' ?d hke, chietly Imiun it docs them good. See
' " , J . Ins advertisement ill tlnspiper. 1 or sale by 1 uto. A.
racu oeioru 111c inuiuicsL-uesiHij juauh, uij ji.o-ftcii, Apuuiecary aiu vv noiesaie uruggisi nuu oy
tcntous prophecies concerning the poor Mc.i
cans, thy luminous expositions of the righteous.
ness of taxing our tea and coffee, and thy wis
dom generally, .would bo less likely to fnriii-h
food for comment than in " the piping times of
peace." Hut we shall miss thee, miscellaneous
old friend ; and shall have frequent occasion, we
(ear, to mourn for the loss of thy unlucky
"grammar!" l'eace ho with thee, old smash
" Thy ignominy 'leep with thee in the grave,
Hut not rcmcmbcicd in thy epitaph ! "
Them ltoxcr llojs.
In last Friday's Free l'ress, wo o.pre? scd our
deliberate opinion that Ihe charge of a corres.
pondent, si''iiin" himself " A Citizen," that Ihe
Boxer Kngine ha- been left to" dry up and blow
away "in the F.ngine House, without proper
care and attention, would turn out to he nut true.
For this n.ece of L'ooihnatureil interfeience in
their behalf, our office was subjected to 11 short
course of hydropathic treatment by them Ho.xer
hoys, on S iturday hist, which, while the forccof
the "Jouc.lie" fully -u-tained us in our previnu
ly expressed opinion of the efficiency of the Fn
cine, left us with little di-po-ition lo meddle
with their aQViu in future. 1'lay away boy-!
Atwatcr J II
Austin Widow Wm
Ilrnwn l)r V
Drown J M
Ilotitrirs L Miss
Uoardman II A
Drown George 2
Minn S Airs
Drinsmaid 8 S
Drcscc Alma S
Bingham L G
Bancroft A N
Bradley G II
Hadgcr John O
Baker Sarintlia E
Bacon Zadoc M
Benton Win C Dr
Hush William 3
Birsh JIary M
Huel S I'
Hurbank N'oice E
Blush Harriet C
Burt U A '2
Carpenter Joseph 1
Chamberlain E, B.
Cramer Sarah P
Clark John 3
5-1 v v.ounors jiury
if X C U 1 Courtney John
I . 11.,,
At his residence in this village, on the morninc of 1 .. p
Ihe 5lh,insianI,II:.MAN LOWKY, Esquire, aged yorKi-' J omas
fill won. OUU win II
! uner nl services, nl St. l'aul s Church, at X o clock, Uostel o 1'att
this nlteinoou (Friday.) Christie John
In Colchester, Deo. 31st Betsey Maria, wife o, rnrhiii Elizabeth
George Severance. ntedSlyears. , 1, Emiv
Connor Bridget 3
Cornell Win II
Connors John 3
Ar.iiFMvnt.E County, Vn., March 21, 1SI7. Mr.
peih W. l'oule, Dear Sir. I lake pleasure in fiat
ing to )ou my exierience in the ue of Wistar's Hat
sun ot W1I1I Cherry. I own a very valuable negro
Kill who was nttneked w ilh a difficulty of Ihe lunm,
which hrou2hl her in appearance to ihe brink of ihe
grave, 1 consulted some ol our best physicians, who
pronounced her ca-s.' incurable, or that they could do
no more for her. 1 tried many remedies, but none did
any good. 1 aw some account ol Wtr' Balsam
ami iiioiigni 1 wnuiii try 11, put nan nine mini u 11.
1 procured a bottle, which was administered uccording
to direotons, ami 1 saw she beg.111 to mend ; and be
fore ihe lir-t botlle was none she was un. I procured
n second and she took that, and now she is, I think,
cured, or ncailyso. She attends to her daily labor,
and 1 hear no complaints from her.
it. 1,. Ji.rr LU5U.1.
lie caieful and cet the ceniiinc DK. WISTAIt'S
II A I.SAM OF Wlhl) ClICltllY. None cenuine
unless simied by I. HUTI'ri. Address all orders to
SET 1 1 W.l'OW'I.D.Ilostun.Mnss. For sale whole
sale nnd ictail by Thlo. A. 1'lck, llurlinglon, and by
ueaiersm .weuiciues neueiauy in verinoni.
dealeis 111 medicine generally throughout the State,
In this town, on tlie 2J inst..bv Rev. II. h. Statks,
Mr. lit a U .Smith, to Mis-iMAiiY L. Irish, aUol this
flu Tlmroilnv nirtmintr. ICth ult.. nt Wood'ide
Troy, N. V. Hdenezer i'fioufHT nml Maruarct V.
tiaugiucr 01 Henry uurucu, rtq , unui urni cny.
WllE C0."M3I0I)I0US I1IUCK
ittir tinui. r.f iIim ctli4i.rili.r. on I'm.itI Mtrt i nuu'
ollered lor sale together with out-buildings, a well of 1 CronaTi Joseph
nood water, ami about one acre of land Also; the Ponnpll William
sinau wnue oweiung 11 mse ncxi uoor Dasi. 1 osscss
u. A. Bl.l .uuuil.
Hurlinston, Jan. 5, 19IS. SiJif
"You will lo-e your case," said a brother
lawyer to Serjeant .Mingay the other day, ' for
three different judges bine decided the question
against you at nisi jirius."
" Xo," replied the witty Serjeant, " if they
made such a decision as that, they were cry
inJfrcH!jn3ges, in my opinion."
fFIIK Suiiscmm:its iuvr. this day foiimed
J. s Copartnership under the firm of I'.. Ac V.. 1.1
.11 aim win continue niHiness nl tlie out sianu 01
I'.i.us I.vman, corner ot Church nnd College Streets,
Wickware lluildmg EI.IAS I.Y.MAN.
riurlingion, Vt.,Jan 1, 181a
E7 & E. LYMAN"
IirOULI) KKSl'lXTFULLV I.NFOItM THEIR
It friends, nnd ihe public generally, that they hac
tnken the sland, formerly occupied by ihe Seiujir Part
ner, corner ol Church and College sired", Wickwurc
Huilduig, and hae on hand, and are constantly re
ceiving direci Irom Boston and New York, a large,
rich, and ta-hionable s-ock of
Cole Matthews Dr
Curtis Jefferson 2
Cunningham John D
Curtis Cary B
Hammond II I'
Haight & Spalding
Harlow Geo W
Hall C E
Haggarty Morris 3
II ix Comfort
Ilibbard H N
Hopkinson R G
Hodges Geo L 3
Hodge Frances R 3
House Henry M 3
Holgate Wm C
Hubbard Mr 2
llurlbut Henry Roy
llurlbut & Hodges
Hurd Sylvia A
Hubbard Satnl T
llurlbut Edwin 3
Iluat Jean 3
Jones Benj Capt 3
Joyner Sarah S
Jenkins II R
Johnson Wm S
Jackson Gideon C
Johnson Anson S
Kingman Rolden P
Kelly Edward D
Kennedy Patrick 3
Iing Mary 3
Little Dai id R
Lathrop Capt G
Leprebon Richard 3
Lovcland It W
livings J II
lwis Caroline M
Ciiiiniughiun William Meagher Johu
3J" The Carrier's Addre-s f our Liberty
Sister on tho comer purports to he from ' the
jA.-.t11 1 n-iitniifili iw tho Aitdrnv iiwtilir. llin
, ... , . Viz. super. Thibet, Merino nnd I.yonesc Cloths, fancy
Mexican War, nnd swears It is not waged lo iMjjj,, dillereni colors ami prices j also a large usson-
cxtend slavery, but "to incmie our country s "'"' nmcK, nine 11 aeK, oaun, nir p.
IS V MOODS,
COSlSTI.Na IX TART OF A UKCAT VARILTV OF
.OAK AND 1)11 lISS (iOOWS,
wrung opinions quite dillerent from those
supposed to be entertained by our Peace-loving
Sister wo rather think the dcul did have a
hand in it i
the 3d hut.
CLAY arrived in Washington on
tJTThe Vermont and Massachusetts Unil Hoad
wns openeu 10 Ainoi, -co nines irom 1111s pmcc.ou .uou.
jlay w.llialtlrhuiu' J'tami;
Iloston Mirl.ct....1lonily Jan. 3, 2 I. M.
tacrOUTEO FOR THE TRAVELI.tR, BV F. II. WHITE.
iWj-Moderate sales nt the cloung rates 011 ha-
and 1'igiircd .1 .' ,1 t'.i ,N'; also, (Irecoii, Victoria,
Cnshmere, Mous. Ue Lame Dress (mills, and a va
riety of other kinds, not here enumerated.
Jlnmdcloths, Cnssimercs nml Vestiirgs.
A lame attornment of Hlack. Ulue Black, Brown,
flreen and Drab. Herman. Ihiuhsh and American :
aUo, Black, Hluc Black, and I'aney Cnssimeres and
Doeskins, n varieiv ol Uichand l ancv x esliniis, con-
sistiug ot plum and lauey Saiius, Marseilles, Valencia,
unci urious other kinds, loo numerous to mention.
SH A WL8.
A lame assortment ol rich and fashionable Shawls,
including All-wool, Cashmere, black nnd lancy Silk,
Hrocha Worsted Damatk, llmhland t'lni.l, ana oilier
styles ol hca y wool and net Shawls for winter wear.
Prints nml Giuglimus.
nan nifr,s l'rinis anil furniture l'atches. all stvles
and ipiahiies, nt my low pncesj also, a variety of
Dalton Ellen 4
Dixon II II
Dempster Wm R
Elliott W L Lieut
icotdi, Duglisii and Auiericiiu Uiiighams.
Sa- Itpnvv nnd fine brown and bleached Sheelines. Fitzfcrald Alarv Am
turday Michigan C 01), and Ohio ." ! oO 1-4 ; ol Slnrlings, Drillings, Tickings, olid striped Shirtings. ; Filzucrald Harriet E
the latter, ftuo bbls uniuapectedold ibis morning ot lt.uched and unbleached Coitou Flanuels.wlnte, black I 1.- jjusanna
V per UOI, lino iimiini vmiiuiim., ... ., ......vu..
Chain As usual at the beginning of the week, Salisbury Flannels, plum mid twilled rid nud yellow
1 Idhertv Pierce
Fitzgerald Alary Ann
ili.r.. 19 1, 111 Intl.. ilninir. New le low till Coll, we
nuole 7fi a rte, and do while 03 it TUc per bu. Oats,
Northern, S-c do,
W(l()l.. Duly. 30 litre.
There have been some sales ol fleece Wool during
ihe tmt ur.-L.fit n little under our former nualallous.
i'ulted wool begins to tome 111 mote Ircely, bul we do
not hear ot unv lame sales. The uinount of domestic
wool in luaikel ul the pieseut tune H not large, bul is
ahoughiiolie unite sutlii-ieut lor the wiuits ot tnanu-
Idcturers umil unother shearing. The laree lactones
do. Hoiking, liaize, cuttou and wool arn, Carpet
Warp, Wicking, Wuddmg, llatung, ice.
I.illi'U (iioils, Ac
IMlow case and linen Sheeting, linen Lawn, white
and brown Linen, Scotch nnd lius-ia Diaper, hucka
bac, crash, cumbnc, silk und linen Hdkls, blk Italian
Cravats, tuncy do, book and Swiss .Mujluis, Lawns,
Hosiery nnd Gloves.
Illnek cashmere, worsted and alnacn. black, brown
and white cotton Hose, misses and iluld.eirs worsted
nre generally suppled, with, a lullstock, und owing and cotton llosieiy ; bui k, heaver, kid, Berlin lined,
111 i""" .""""en ior wooien gooo,souie con- cushiuere, siik, linen nun cotton ixuvcs 111 greni vo
sideruble purlionot ihe iniclunrry 111 the smaller Incto- neiv: boiuiel nud cap Kibboiis,dieKsund(lo.ik Trim-
rirs lias been slotiiiL, I. ninl will n .,..,.1 ,1,. t . .1.. 1 11.... i. u ,....!
rlirlnip in ,or.l ,,r . .I..n;,.. . I. i f 11 .1 1 inill, lllCluumu uuuuiis, uiuip, 1 iiiikv, voiu, vv,.,
... ........ u. ,,, KUUD . Biwi, uiioru SIum
lair nro-iwct o TeinuueratiUL' nriu a. nnum.
A variety 01 i.auirs cups, waiKingnnoes. uusKins,
5n OLC.llso lauies uuuoer uuskiiis, uuuoer ouoes, pmui
45 ami tig u ladies' uml gentieiiien s patent uuuuer uvcr
1 biiucb, ui,c. a rueiai bkwi uiiriiv ui
'M XV. I. Ciuoda nud fiioccrics,
Prime Saxony Fleeces,
wusueii - - -American
lull blood do,
do 3-1 do.
,lo l-l! do. -do
1 -Uv.com do, .
s.-jniyna, wa.hed, ...
Ayres, unpicked, -iixtra
Norib'n pulled lamb,
sSup.North'n pulled lamb -Vo.
1 do do do
2 do no do
3 do do do -
including Java, Laguira,ltioaud Si. Domingo Coffee;
old hyson, young hyson, hyson skin and bluck Teas;
Spices ot ull kinds ; ciushed, pulverized and brown
Sugars, MulaBsts, whale and sperm Od,e. 6;c.
Tbe attention ol Cash purchasers, of those who pay
for Iheir (iuods, and like 10 have them Cheap, is in
vited to the above Slock, confidently believing ihe
Ooods and prices will meet Ukit entire sppiobtuon.
Durhnctgn, Jan. 1648. 38
Flack Albert J
Fletcher Maria D
Finney G W Rev
Fuller L P
Flood Jano 3
Gabourle Louis 3
Goddard Saml N
Gully John 3
Griswold Win A Mr
Richardson Pliilo 2
Rich C S
Root Cytrthla A
Rutherford R C
Sliattuck E D
Stebbincs E W
Stearncs Edwin or )
Stevens Louisa .
Severance E Mrs 3
Sheeny M 3
Shepherd Fitch 3
Smith Franklin S
Smith Charles S 3
Smith Samuel P
Smith B F
Smith S S
Spillainc Morris 3
Scovill S S
Scott A J
Slocum S E
Stone I. L 2
Stone Charles B
Stone Mary II
Stoddard W rJ U
Sullivan John 3
Sutton W M
Thatcher B A
Taber L C
Thcal R B E
Tiusley C M
Taylor J M 3
Thomas L E
Thomas J W
Torrcy John S
Thompson Jolm C
University df Christ )
Vining M A
Walker S C
Warner G i
Warner II B L
Wardlow Mary Jano 2
Waters N B
Wales George 3
Whi tcher Reuben
Wcalch James, the nig-
gar or his widow
Webster C C
Woodruff Maria A
WM. NOBLE, P. M.
THE BOSTON ALMANAC, for 1818,
The American Almanac, lor 1818, price 1,00.
NEW BOOK BINDERY.
'Good Rooks deserve good binding : did they possess
the power oj peeehtKoW many tales would they
relate of nrgUct and destruction, from the want oj
a decent etterUr it Inch a ftw shillings might have
suvvliedi and thus have secured for them thein-
timaey of the wise and good, besides preserving
men jor ine venejii oj juiure generations,
C. S. ADKINS,
fTAVINO nurchnsed Stock nnd new tools, incru
LX ding a ScrERion KvlInu Machine, mid lilted up
a room in the Free Press Building, will Iw happy to
wait upon those who wish for any work ill his line.
Particular attention will be given lo Ruling and
Mnnufacturim, Blank Books.
Music, Periodicals, and Books of every description,
bound in a neat anu durante manner.
3P"A share ol public patronage is respectfully
Dec 9, 1817. St
A GREAT variety of Trusses, comprising almost
x &. everv Kinu m use ior .tiaics nuu c triiiuies , uiso
Ahdnininal Siinnurters of the most aooroved stvles,
constantly on hand and for sale by
M,ino c. v. oiub
ORESEIIVD CITRON, Currants and pa-
tent sperm Candles for sole by
27m3 . AC. SPEAR.
rMIE stockholders of lite Sandbar Bridge Compa.
a. nv are notified that iheir recular adiourned meet
ing will be holden at the Lyceum, in South Hero, on
Haturuay me loin jnnaary toiu.ai ioocioch. n. .u.
I'etsotis wisnnnr lo laKe coiuraeis ior eui-u worn, ure
teuuesled to meet the snx-ktiolders at that tune.
,,.,1. It. IYbl.liUll,ClX.
South Itero.Dec. SI, 181-7. S73
Mcars Ambrose S.
Miller Ira O.
Miles Geo. C.
Miles Asa S.
Morgan S. S.
Mooro P. W.
Aiorton James S
Moore Maria S.
Murphy Thomas fi
Myers Jeremiah 3
Munson D J
Norton C C
Piatt O II
Pal meter Lewis
Peck Moses Jr
Palmer James A
Peabody Joseph II 3
Palmer E C
Parmalea Sineon M
Parsons W D
ftrkhurst D B
Freetaly Chs 8
Qei.in Andrew M
Cndtirc the Piles No Longer.
ir scrrERtas moM mi ntts will stEOLtct to vse
THE TkVVt IS Tlltm OWN.
rnRY IT. nil you lha't have the Piles, Inflammation
I ol the Liver. Snleen. Bowels. Kldueis and Ulad-
tier, Liver Complaint, D)pepia Constipation, Sick
nencacne,or any disease oi wnicn i-iiuo, ciiiht
llteedimr nr Blind, ttrteinal. or Infernal is thedttiT-
inuiation of, and the thanks of additional thousands
will be exprrssed.
HEAD THlSEVIDENCB JlETiU OF CUKES.
Though it cannot glve4he saved one wealth
It Rives a treasure Jar more glorious, Health.
United States .Marshals Office,
New York, December 0, 1817.
Messrs. tPvuii it AWeArnn; Gentlemen Under-
staniiing that .you are the general agents for the sale
fcf'Or.lJphatii's Vegetable Electuary," lor the Cute
of Piles, lhove deemed it my duty to volunteer a re
commendation In behalf of that invaluable medicine.
I have been afflicted for many ycats with Piles, nnd
have tried various remedies, but with no beneficial
effects. Indeed, I bewail lo consider my ense utterly
boneless. Hut about the first of Sootember lust. I was
iprevailed upon by a friend to make a trial ol the above
nameu medicine, i iook nis advice, anu rejoice 10
say that 1 am not only reli.vcd, hut, as I believe, per-
lecuy cureu. 1 most earnestly recommenu ii 10 an
who may have the misfortune to be afflicted with that
annoying and dangerous disease.
very respcciiuuy, your ooeuieni servnnt,
REMARKABLE CURE OF PILES 1
thirty vears sta.ndinu 1 1
Mount Washington, Berkshire Co., Mass , )
November !, 1811.
Messrs. W'trntl tt Kttchitm .Gents For tbiilv
years I have been afflicted with Piles, general Debility,
nnd Inllamation, causing tumors and. prolnpsis tf the
bowels, and which had resisted all the medical treat
ment Dr. Chapir.an and others could give. I he last
three years, ol that time my sufferings defy descrip
tion. I wascontined to my bed, unable tohelp mself,
and at last given up by my physicians ami Iriends In
ut-Biiu ol rvri uiiiiii illy nt-uiiii , in iui.1, ior unci-
ihvs before I commenced usinfc Dr. Uoham's Electu
ary, 1 was entirely siieechless, nud my burial clothes
were made, uut under ine oeueiicent mercies ol 1'ro
vidence,aud the use of Dr. Uphaufs Electuary, Ihougli
and olii man, 1 have the pleasare ot staling the i actio
the public that my health is now uood,nnd hope to
live many years, if it is God's will, to make known
the virtues of Doctor Upbaiu's Electuary, and to re
commend H to my afflicted fellow creatures. It help
ed ine beyond the expectations of all that knew my
case, and 1 can only say to Others that it is In my
opinion the best medicine in the world fur Piles, or
any other disease of the bowels ; nnd il they will use
it according to the directions, will myself warrants
cure in every ease.
i curs, Willi ir.c unnosi expression ot uiankiuiness,
Fobemont, Berk Co , Mass., Nov. 'i'J, 1817.
The above certificate tells a suitnle and truthful
-stoty of suffering and relief,ol whkh us pti)sician and
witness in me case, t cueeriuuy endorse.
UK. Uls A l .Vl A N .
New York. Nov 12. lrt,7.
Messrs. Wvtitt ix JCctehtcm : Gents : 1 nm con-
strained lo give you n statement ol the benefit I have
derived Irom using Dr. Upham s hleclu.-iry, ill a cai,e
ot piles, believing by so domi:, I shall render a benefit
to tnose who nre sintering irom mat iroiuiiesome
disease. I was reduced for sevcial yeais by the Piles.
so much that it was with great dtlliculty lor me to
wulk or attend lo toy business. I nlsosutrercd Irom
other diseases which were extremely troublesome, and
which lam pleased to say, two boxes ot the Klectuary
entirely removed and that my health i better uow
than it has been for inauv years. It has done me and
my family since more good, and with less expanse,
than all the pnysiciairs to wtioiu 1 nave applied, er
medicine that 1 have used.
1 remain still in perfect health,
Your obedient senant,
280 Spring st., cor, Reiiwiek,
Messrs. ll'uatt ii Ketchain : Gentlemen 1 con
sider it a duty which I nut only owe to you, but to rny
fellow-beings, to speak in praise of Dr. Upham's
iMectuary, a meuicme u-nicn lining tins saieu my
hte, and restored me to full health, l-'or several years,
I was afflicted with Piles, together with Disnt-iisia.
and a general disarrangement of the s)slew. 1 em
ployed dillerent ph)sicians, with no good reult, und
they at last told me they could do no more lor me, and
said that I must die. 1 thus had given up all hopes ol
ever having my health restored, UHtil I called to mind
the benefits that a nephew ot mine in Philadelphia
(Benjamin Percivnl) had devived in a betcre case of
chronic dvsenlery. by your medicine, that 1 jiuiehastd
n box, which, to my surprise, niter taken a tew doses,
i received creat relief, and thank God. bv contiiiuimr
its use, that I am now restored to perfect health.
.uim.n.iii.iii i ..ni..,
1 i'i Metcer street,
2t.flw,vV"n "sll """i bntterna-., or Snut t n her
The Ties we .eatrireu to be seun f, Z length;
aiiywood specified, (exccWng cedat, which most be
! leet.l rmd six Inches square, or of a good limine of
six iiichrs,tdp and bifttoni.nnd'.o be tuwet or smooth
ly hewn. i.so,
One Ifitndrcil Thousimil Itcrnloclr PlunV,
To be three Inches thick and right inches wide, and
louneen leei in lengrn, lor wjb sii.s,
''HIS Institution wns incorporntcd at the Inst s-
sion ol the Lcaislnlnte for the purpose of rccei
vlngon deposit nil sums of money olieied, and man
aging and impioviug the same to the best ndvnmnge
lor the ue nml benelit of the drpoitots The whole
Income or profits ol the hiMitulion, niter deducting its
lucessniy expenses. ine to l divided uinong the de
icsilois. The Corporators held their firl meetings nn the 13th,
hti.i i1., i. t..u i . , ., ... ...
-..- iii:i,, mm n-ive ori;nnisei nie iiisuiuiioii oy
We wish to contract for Ihe nbove snecilied lumber. ""I'ling n set of Uv-I.iws, for Its rcitalntion nud
lo oe deliveied on the line ol Ihe tuilan I nn. Uiirlini!- " ""'uwuig tuue.s lor tlie
ton l nilrond, between HctliiiLHonan I Brnii.lon.on or
before Ihe first dav of Smti niTier next. Address the
subscribers at Burlington.
CHAmUEKLAIN, STJiOXG f CO.
Dec. 27, 1817. SJ7vf
Oil or before the first dnv of Ihe mnttllis nf mililir-nlinn
and delivered to snbenbers without (harge for post
age. C. ii. EDWARDS.
UNION Magmine (Mrs. Kirkland's) for January,
Ladles' National. M
All of the above .Magazines nre regularly received Jr.nlinry, lfcts, Jrum i! till j o'clock, P. M. And on
i nr .i.r.n il,n II,., .1..., ..I .1.. ,i?...rj.l.i: i i. v...l I ... l ,-. .1... i -i
viii.ii i.vuiivpuijf iui.-it.-uiri, uuiiu inu same IIOUIV
unlit further notice.
Burlington, Dec. IG. 1817. 2Jtl
JOHN N TOMnnOY. President.
wvu.v I.vmjm, v,ct J'rettdent,
t.. A. Stansdcrv, Secretary.
Dan Lvon, Ch.ih man,
John II Peek, Henry P. Ilickok,
jnmes Cook, Win II. Wilkin. Jr,,
Geo, Peteisoii, Charles D Konuii,
James V. Hickok, Treasuter,
The Bank will be open for Vie reception of rl-prrr.it.
st the Treasurer's olh'ce on the lt Wednesday ol
t........ lt 1 Ill -. nl I. 1, M ....
M.vssAciiusms Quartkrly Review,
CONDUCTED by H. W. Ilmeraon, Theodore
Pntkcr nml I. Klliot Cnliot, nistpJ hy Bfvral
oiher gf ntlcnicn. The HrifTv will bp devoted to thf
interest of no parly, or clues, but the conductor) will
endenvof to present nn open and fnir field for the no
tice nnd discussion ol tnaftera pertaining to Philosophy,
Literoturc, Politics, Ueliion and Hutunnity.
Each number to contain about 125 pages, at the
price of 3,00 a year in "advance.
No. 1 (December, 1817) is received, nnd MuVcrip
tiona solicited, by C. II EDWARDS.
Jigent for Turlington and ticinity,
lYEIl'S Cram Pectoral Foil the
il cure of conulis.coldf. conuinrtion,nnd nil nllec-
lions of the Lung1? nnd Thionl. This compound is'
entirely nbove the snpirion of utinckery,nnd tsrcom i
meuueii by phy?!cinns of the inhest rcpectnlnliy. J
roriuuln is lullv laid otwn to the iiinection 'of the
medical piolrpeion.nnd ft i& contidi-ntly believed that
Its comimintion is such nn to give the utmost ener
fy of reinedicalclfi'ct with the most pei feet sah ty.
aHfii i'or salt uy a. o. srcait.
J. A. R.VVMOXD,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
FFICE at the residence of the late Hyman Lane,
J corner ot St. rants ana tsaiiK atreet, iturlinstoii
December 31, 1817. 87tl
mill VI ,.C lln'o tnhrn unit 9inl-0 li,.i r
''IltlSlV " IF" Ju v wV..bvw.
1 Good Clears are sold by A. S. DKWKV.
EGGS ! A FEW dozen fresh eggs just re
ceived by A. S. DEWEY.
December 1, IB.
ELASTIC ShoaWer Braces or chest expanders, 1
i remedy habiiual stooninir. er round shfuilders.
I'or Sale by
A. C. -SPEAR.
FRESH VACCINE MATTER, ji.st he
ceived and for si'.e by A.C. SrcAR.
Dutlinuton, Dec. 1317. V!7vl
(i'eir the btcaiitLoal Landing?)
BY MOSES L. HART.
THE subscriber would notify his old friends anil thl.
public generally, that he Ins relation the wel.
known and commodious houv; tit the head of the
Steamboat Landing, in Iiurlintcn, known us tho
Intending to make his locatifin in Burlington n rr
inanent one, he has retitted ami newly turni'hed tht,
houie, and jileditrs hmiseli In keep a hr&t class house
rialteiiiiE hiuiell, Ir'iin Inns experience in the bu
inei,lbat he knows what lue iiaiehnw public require,
lie tvnl ne enalued to ir.aKe r.is (juests leei themselves
at home, and afonres them Ihnt noeitions rthall be
spared to make the wants and comtoruj ul h.s patrons
Carriages always in readiness on the arrivol and
dep-jrttre of the .Steamboats, tn convey pasjeiijers te
-and from bis houte or any pint of the town.
The dillerent lines ot fcUaires call nt this house, ma
kiuc it the most convenient lur the I.esmeB comma
mty. MOSLS h. HART.
Uurlington, Nov 1,1317, 2'Jif
1 OO 000 rECT Srasoxro Pint
i J J.JJJ MJMDEIi.f.ir sale exprelv
for Cash. by T. . LOVELL & CO.
BurhnBtnn, Dec II. 1317 giif
rpiIE Huheriber will close bis business at Willis
I ton, i-'ebrn.iiy Ut, 13H All pei-smis indebted
to hint, by note or nccuunt, will please call at the Store
nl Dou!lii.s i lpiitinu and adjust the suae, without
delay. This is the last en!!.
THUS II. M.M 11.1. IJ
Williston, Dec. 20, H17. -JCtt
NoTIcr.. The cenuine Uoham's Electuary lias his
written signature, thustJJfA. Uphatn.M. D ) 'I'he
hand is also done with a lien. Price, $1 a box.
own, wnoiesaieana retail ny v yatt oc ketciiasi,
181 Kulton street, N. Y. A. O SreAit, Ai;-ni for
Darlington, nd by Druggists geneiallv thruughuut
the U. M. and Canailar,.
llurlinuton.Dec. 3d, 1317.
n vn l .vo 7'o.v .1 a mc vl mi a i.
Warehouse and Seed Store,1
rPHE SUIISCRIIIER iiwi.vr. iiito.miitiii:
1 eole proprietor of the ahuve ctaldiliment, will
eon 1 11111"- iln? lu-mcFs, at lie p,uiou3 store, known ns
the Tliomas HuiUlmg, College it , Uurlington, Vt.,
find imw ollyrslhe best ojnment ol
taiohm: ami ;.kdi:mn tools
to be had in the country, consign;; in t-art of tbo fol
low ing nriicie", viz
IVouiy & .Mrjrs' Centre Drnft Plows, nil sizes from
one hoi'-e to eight ; Subsoil nnd .Sidtvhill do. ; Har
rows, iy sizes; GrimUtones, hmiir conipU'te fcr oi' ;
I lay and Srau- CuKpis ; Corn KlieHer, a nous kinds;
Fanning Mills, CrauVa, ijejlhes, Culiiatoi", Seed
nnd Corn i'lantero. Hnkes. i-hovel:. Snad', Jlo-.'s,
Ticks, Korks, Chaint, Yokes, iiovvs, Wheelbarrow 9,
CAUrKTi:iIS,.h.iueis,Carriagund SWgli Mn
K'MH, S.nhll(.'ri, huot'iii'ikt'i, lUacksmitlis, Cahi
nrt MnktT. PmntTst " .lm 1; nt all trad s," und tool
tonya-fM, hirni'-h''il witli gnodsot American and
I'oreign manutacture,udupttd totliir respective UtCi,
upon very reuonnlilc p'rmsi
STHONt:. UOOUTTLH & CO.
Burlimjton, Pen. 1 , la 17.
Ty TIIH u!"rri!pfr. tin. f T""d nn.itne IilVs
J.- Also, twuliand hatlu-s, wmcii will be sold low
for cash or jioud paper.
II. P. CKOSSMAX.
Uurlington Dec. -7,13 r. lilm'J
VALU.VHLi: RKAL KsTATR YOU SALtl
Koik, SJhovel and Hoe Handle, Nickels, i?au-age Til-, 'IIIII Kubcnher otil'rs for?a!e hi place, ;tuat
lets, A pi ilc IVnrtT?, Ilatcht'is, head Cham", Tool I on th- Comer of College nnd Willaul h-tiee
ypjoiH, AlanuVf Tullers1, May Kniics Hutter .Moulds He will sell it entne, ur 111 Lou, as purchdeera ij
GOOD ASSORTMEVT or tiiosk Bi.uk
ami Hrown OVERCOATS, iust receieil anil for
sale riienpfcr cash by I. D. 11IXUY 3c. CO.
Dec. 30, iai.
IVoud ClioppcrM Wanted.
THE SUBSCRIBER wants 20 Men to
cut Cord Wood, for which Cash will Ke paid.
II. a: u I". uiAUL.r. .
ButUngton , Dec. SO, 1 7. t
LOUR. 300 Bbls. SupeiifinkFixiur,
1 for Bale by D. 11IXB V t CO.
UACKING BARRELS. 50 first rate
1 White Oak packing Harrels, by
Dec. 22, '17. STliOXG, DOOLITTLE if CO.
cash paid ron telts.
D. BIXBY & CO. will pav Cash for a
few thousand good l elis. Uec. il, ion,
ttLVE OVER COATS.
D. BIXBY & CO. HAVE RECIEVED
nice lot of coats now is the lime to eel a fit.
FARMERS would do well to call and eiamine the
superior article of Ploughs, rolled the " Worccs-
B UUI.1XG TOX FO UXDR V.
ter Koijle Plough,'
Uec. 21, '47.
99 Stray Sheep
....... , . . i c... j : - .n
CI A. HC inio my inciosuie nirw u.jbwiivc.ou tihu
j out artificial marks, ecept for which have a
crop on the left ear. The owner may have them on
paying cnarces, otc. jwout mi it. ,ioiiiiicu,.
.Hilton, Dee. 31, 1817. WwJ
Cabinet Ware Makers
H It AY find a nreat varieiv of Cabinet TrimmniES,
iVl with Glue, Sandpaper, Varnish, &c. and a good
ssortllient of Iools.ailamed tn their ie.,
Dec 13, '17. STROXG, DOOLITTLE S CO.
SALT, 1'LASTUlt, iJ-C.
500 Sacks Nova Scotia Plaster,
10 Tons assorted do (irindstonei,
1000 Sacks ground rock and Western Salt,
500 Kbls suieifiae and eitra Flour,
Coarse VVf stern and bbl Salt,,V.c &c.
Dec. 15,1817. bTROXG, DOOLITTLE 8( CO
WE HAVE ON HAND A COOD ASSORTMENT
of nOOTS Sc. SHOES and readv-made CLO
THING, which we propose to sell as low as they can
be st onieii in mis market.
Dec. IS, 1847. CATI.tX tc SPEAR.
VO. I BUFFALO ROBKS-Also, Murrs
11 and Boas. CATLIX K or LAI.
i Hit- imti'ii imh iMCV IT ft f T-' "" '
Oh that I knew where I might find linn
ie boyvholmd just conm in, biipposinp;
Ofe was btill tho burden of thoti" ht, crit-d
know wlicro lio
is ! He'd in Deacon
N OT only, Cnughs, but any Difficulty of Iheothim
nnd 7i bpitation ol the 7flr,wiih J'ain in the
Dreamt or Side, (all Indicating some ub-.trucl.on in the
Lungs,) are soon relieved hy theie ol this high y va
luable SvRtT. No orher remedy has ever been n.ent
ed. that is capable ot erfrciwinff sueh ft healthful nnd
resrorame intluence over oHthe. organs concen.-ed in
Catan h nr, n Bronchial affections and Hoarse
ness and Weakness of the voice in public Fix-aken.
are permanently cured by a moderate and persevering
use ol this mHH and pleasant Medicine.
Spasmodic Aflectmn1, sucli ns Rising of the Lungs
and Asthma, nre totnnletely Under its control when
freely u-ed j and thanno larmiig nnd truly dan
and certainty cured by it, (vheii the directions nre
carefully tollowed, as they are given in the raninhlet,
vchich may be had graiuitoiHy wlfCie the medicine is
floldj than by all other Medicines put loedher !
h hvQping-ijough is anoiner ppflitioHM; aist-nsc or
the Ltms that U greatly mitigated tn iIm fc enty by
oi tins rciiiruy.
For the last named complaints, it should be taken in
free doses. Thee is no danger in taking any quan
tity that the ftoinnch will bear lor should more than
is necessary be taken, it will be thrown idTby n gentle
vomiting, wlncM tn children is oueujusl me ining tnat
I was sorelv ofllicted with a troublesome crash.
'hoarseness and borencss in the lower imrt of my throat,
wuh a stricture across the oreast, whith had tioubled
ne for some time past, in my frequent attempts ut
jmbhc hjHiikinc I had tried wveial pieferiptions of
my piiysicians.DUt witnout any eusioie eiuci, i pro
cured of Mr. J . C Wells, druggist, of iln city.a Iwtlle
of Dr. Koord's lVctoral tfyrnp, which 1 belies e has en
tirely relieed me, nnd which I consider u moil alu
able medicine for that class ol diseases.
My partner. Aid. .Meeker, ho had a severe cold at
the time I was taking this medicine, wns cured by a
lew doses from eke bottle, which 1 had.
Kvnns Mill.fJefr.Co.. AU2.23. 1913.
nn. Fnonn. Dear Hir send tn the fultuwinr
which ouare at IdKTty to ue ns you ret In-i-t, to
promulgate your excellent medicine. tSomv tnuelnrt ;
tall I hud a botlle of your Pectoral Syrttp left by our
Agent Mr, Talnier. Not long alter ih il lime, I lud k
daughter severely aflhcled with ihe Asthma. t?hehad
(ire lousiy iuhcii, lien nuuttvvu im sume tn ,
arious kinds of medicine to no ellect ; and to our sur
prise, when die bfgan to take your IVctornl Syrup,
she found immediate relief, and remained well untii
the Hjirhiir, Mowing, when, by imprudence in fringing,
and going from a warm room inlo the cold uir, fhe
had another severe attack, nt which time 1 tried to
obtain another bottle, kit did not find it. 1 hope you
will keep a constant supply somewhere in this ticinity,
and would ftWrlully recommend it to uH who may
In? alllicted with that disease, wishing that all may be
benefited by it as well as myself.
For sale by Tueo. A. Feck, Apothecary and Whole
sale Druggist and by dealers in medicine generally
throughout the State.
Dec. 30, 1847. 27m2
and .Stamp, Wicnrhes, Lanterns, Will l,ulle)f, Hill
HOOKS, lilKW 1'UiltrS, etc.
Fruit Inhercrf,lrt;ning Saw. and ChwN.rrtinfti
Shear!, Slidmjj do., Pruning iSci'iaors, Flower tlatlie
rers. ndiiinj hnites. Tree iiciapers, (ira Hooks, i
1'itming Knives, Toy Ton!, Assorted ScutHes, (Jra.- '
or Iiwn rfhear", tinrden KcN and Lines, Weeding
Forks, TrnmplantingTiowels, Garden Sniujes, Vine
Seizors, &,c. t.Vc,
I haethe agency also for the sale of
.Morrill'. 1'nleiit Union Scales
u beautiful article, in all rraj'ti equal, nnd in 'some
superior to Fairbanks Scales, nnd much cheaper.
Tlie improvement consists thitlly in combming the
ptnttorm nnd counter scale. They weigh w till perfect
accuracy lnm i oz. to'JIO Ibiand occupy no mote
rom than the counter pcale.
I have recently viited the princifal Nurseries of
;he vicinity of Uoon, Albiny, and nm p'epired
tofurnw'i u otilr, nt the home pr.ces, Fru.t Tiees,
tJrupe Vines, ShrubU'P, Ilottm Fiants, &c. on the
I liave n-o made nrrangeni',n,.ii wrth the manufic
tureisiif Jlorsse Tuwerf, ThreJiing Machines, Clover
M ita Sugar Mill-, Corn nnd Coh Craikers, &c, aiu)
bhall be able to lurnis-h ihem on short ntitK-e,at manu
tartrer's prices, wnh the addition ot iretgiit omy
Fanners, tins is )owr .Store. Willvoii Hitun it
I know it will be lor vour inlere-t to ilo , anl l
know itwill not take a 1oim artfeniful toiiiiiinc'.
you that it it lor our interest to have one place in the
County where ou can tnd every (oilr m ichine vou
( may need. JOHN rf, FUlUCli.
liuilington, July XJ, 1I7. i t
GLKIGH SHOES, Axm:s, Wagon IIoms,
IRKSH DItlKl) APPLES. For sua: m
Dec. 11, 1317. CATUX ,S SI' EAR
MAV M.U1TI.V, Oil THE iMo.VKV DlCGKItS,
A (irecn .Mumititiii Talc.
rv p. r. nioMrsoN,
Author of " Locke Aniwlen," " the Green Moanialn
" A nieee of fiction heller cnlcrtlnle,! to inepire no.
We Ihousjhi, or awaken ihe siral to nolle deeds, He
hae tare- seen.' . 1 inliniie.
A new edition withnn iutiovlection.corieclionsand
ad-Jitious, pa1jlihed and lor sale hv-
UarliiiRton, Dec. 2 1, 18 17.
The location, as is well kpor.n, is among Ihe most
eiii;.h!e tor reni'-ne'S. in iJarliniuti. 'J lie plate eon
taiml-'rnit Trees oi rariuus kind., and taria;d in
Dec f , 1S1T i!4tf.
RANK OK I!URLLV0T0x.
JVTOTICi: i herein- enen that a meeting of ilit
1 ' Stoekholderi ol 'ihe UmiiIv ol liniliiinioii. will
he holden at their Hunking Iloiie, on the cond
1 ue&dav ot Januarv next, ut II o'clock, A. M , Ict
the i-urjoe ot eleclintr teen Oireetois lor the cat
iiriiiii2. R. 'J. COLH.Ois.4ier.
13eceir.her 10, 1317. lw4
I I). IIIXRY & CO. wii.i, l'.w Cash wm a
few hundred buheUol ljeaiw; uKo, for a lot oi
good Feaw. D.c. 1, la 17
BROADCLOTHS AT CANADA PIUCLS.
, larc' lot ior sale by the Peopled Agent
Dec. 1.IS17 HOWARD.
il I'M. V MNs' Whit-
1 Jk Hrown nnd ellnw iU
)ir oap. Common
(iiuiind nv of aii
kinds, tioin the Hope Anils, (imund Collie. Nutmegs,
'lnve.-,gioun I and un-ironuJ.Cavemi'' IVpper. lce,
A-eillelJn.ifH.Ac 'A. S. bu WLY.
Dec. 1, IStT
Villi Y 1'IXi: AimC'l.i:ofTahle .altmay
be veil at A. S. DEWEY'S.
t rinv iir.inii:i)
C ofetcellent quality.
.US. Hutter nnd Cheese,
.1. S. Dh 'VL Y.
IM.A1LF 1 i:is dy ni:ci;vi:n at thi: Ac
ncnltural Warehoiife. J. S l'LUKCi;.
Cuihngton, D.-c. i, I MY.
OTI'AHT'S Steam C'amlv. l'aner Shelled ..
O inonds Haini' m bo.e, l.iilve and q.uuur, Cit
ih Curiants und 1'ms.
.1 S. VEWEV.
QAI.I,.tll Oil,, Pepper Pnnce, Tomato Catsnis
O London MuHaiJ, lkikers l'uinred L'oeon mid
.-1. i'. DEWEY
PICTORIAL r.KOTiir.n JONATHAN,
J. do New Vort f'an,
do S.itnrilay Courier
at Ldward-' Hook Store.
FARM FOR SALE.
'I'll K SI'IISf'IlllirR inlendin? to le-ive lhi
1 part of Ihe rottif.ry tt faring, ot'ers his KAK.M
for ale,oti reavjnahle terms. Tftere are -IKI ocic- in
said tann ; about 1UJ acres under iuiproeineut, tl,
halauce wood l.md There is on the premises a good
substantial biick House, ihiee 30 bv 10 f.-et liiirn, a
eood Corn-H irn, llosi-IVn, A.e 'Ihe l.itm will cut
from titty to tin) tons of liisl rate hay Theie ate
about thirty acies umler the th.h, the balance is
pasture, and well watered. It is situiteil about three
louiths ol u mile ivet of Col. Kolfe's house, and two
and a half miles liom the Wiuonshi l-'alls.
Tho wUhiuit to purchase will do well to call on
the subscriber, un the tireiuiae, as the property will
be sold cheap. DAVID K1DD.
Colchester, Vee CO, IS IT. ISfitO
OF almost ,.t-rj known stle for l.mlies wear, are
oirernij; in ipiantities, and at price not fuieJ
by any other huu-e. C 1' Srixuoau A-Co.
NEW LIVERY STABLE?
xV-irfT i and the public in ceiieral. that I
T7E have fine lot ol Cornelius Sc. Co.'s, Stirr's,
V IJeitH and Jsrvu' best I'arlor lorops, wnicn
E' "De?: 1BY " "DMXSMAID BROTHERS.
Ecpote Tho following is told of tlie Iter. 1 boforW
llian I'arsons, who was svltlci) pastor Alf.S
ATTENTION! BATTALION ! !
ALl those having tinsetiW ccounts withT. W.
Lovell, will save costs by calhne Vd t'lm
them immediately. 1. ""'f."
Uurlinglou, Uea. ii.isn.
T30TABH and Caldron KettlO, of all destrlptmne,
uiiiuni v nn nana ana ihiub 111 uiufi. nwvi
riVXRLK LWJS. e5 sins nxi: tiumm)
I Table Lpl". forwnle bv
Dec lsl7 URtXSMAID S riVOTIIVKS.
tl AUK .0W ItHAUV TO SI.TTLH WITH ALL
Dec 15, 1BI7
CATLIX i Sl'EAR.
TOWN'S irt'RAWCUTTLRS koh si,n ui
Dec. lu, 1317.
JOHN UKaDLLT &CO.
r u ii x it un k
.Tlauiifactory A: Warehouse.
'I' HU subscriber oH'eis for sale.al his Warehouse in
I St I'aul street, near the coiner of Pearl, a lew
doors Noith Irom the Catholic Church, a large and
geneial assortment of
suited to the people and the limes consisting ol .Ma.
i. .. ...... r-.,.. ...,l M, CmiKs. Ik-sEits,
nkrsi'd TiBLlsVf all kinds and prices, lireakla.t.
Dmiiw, Centre and mher TALts.Srt. Utositio.
French and other descnpiions. .Ve. ice. . .
A lot ol sup!" Soris, ,ie oik iusiooho au ...
AH thids'of FuaMTVim rosde to order and on short
notice, of the best materials, and for reseontWe prices.
Also, on hand.ind for sale, BlRBUJol Ihe best
furniture and coach V'aiumsu. , .
MiHoax-vv Punii Boiims, tni Vtq,li, also kept
constantly on hand and lor sale.
WiNio 20,000 tect ot Bisoop FuNZ, bJ
.0oo .... of w w JfELS0Jf,
tuudiiU) lor the accoii.nioduiion ot business, wh-ts
custfiiers may lini
Ctltll) HOIISKS ANO CAHIMAHK'S,
and exerieneed hands to attend their calls, and on
ihe mos-t reastjnable terms.
Cainajres tnruislied on short notice for TuneiM ser
Meesattiron Wedding oe. :,skiw. A libenil dlH-oimt
Irom onhnaiy prices will be made to l'tumlics, u tuiJ
trom Chuicli on t-unda)S
o.v iL.n ami ron su.i:,
A nooil aoitment of SADDLHS, HAKNC.-5SL?1
TIIUNKS. VALlriLri and oilier unicles usual m my
line of bu-iue..
A lew s.i-jud In ml Cutters and single masons, at
the old slaad, Kast side ol the Curt ll.aw Sounrj.
SAMUEL S. SLI.LR.
Hurlinston, Dec. 17, 1M7.
". II. All persons havuu unsettled accounts with
the subcuber, which nie of three )eats ttanJuig and
oer, ate requeued lo fc-ttle the sime.
Sjif 6. i 5AA.M.1
I'aiutlv Greery At Pruvibiuu
On College St. one ?ir Last rjf IL Lyman's
Stnre, and oiwi'e lltrrineton't Drue Stnre.
enwRpjWD WW sunscninnR
tazariitt R I E S & I. would n-specifolly m
form the pubiu, thai he has purchased the slock lit
trade of Ihe hue linn ol fuller Ai Uiigits, and will con
tinue business at iheir old Mend, and that with the
slock on hand and the new supply of I amily (Jtocer
ies and Provisions he is now lecen in", he is confident
ol satistjing all who may purchase otntiu. as lo quail,
ty and price. Call Im.l see. . ,
Uurlington Nov. 0, 1M7. II H. Mitcueu..
Save your B'ue! !
(i ALL and examine Buck's air-tight Cockuia Stove,
superior to any other dtove made, with Trim
mlni. Alo, large Box Stots, for ruaiuw Public
Uuildings, factories, tc. Also, the pirlcr Alr-ug'M
Box St'vi, at SUJiLJXGTCCr FOU'IDSY
Dec. Pt, !W