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THE FREE PRESS, IBUIUjIjSTG-TON, FRIDAY MORNIInC, Of'TOBKR 1 l-'.V
CHITTENDEN COUNTY AGRICULTU
Wo aro glad to b.rn t!i:tt thiMu ii cvrry
prospect that tlio display at tlio coming fair
on tho Ctli and 7tli, will lu superior in ovcry
respect to tlio intcrtstinj; exhibition of Inst
year. Many Exhibitors who wero deterred
from bringing animah and articles of great
value to thoStuto l'air bv the risks of a four
tlsijs Diego of it, will bring them to the Couiv
ty Tair, which occupies but two days, and
thus Much fino Stock, mid a umltitudo of
articles of interest, which were, not brought
out at tho Statu Fair, will bo exhibited on
tiiis occasion. It will bo a great Fair, and
a good ono.
U. V. M., Sept. 23, 185S.
Tho semi-annual Elections of tho two Lit
erary Societies took placo to-day at 2 o'clock
1 ,1. M. Tho following officers wero elected.
Phi Sigma Nu.
President, Lewis L. Codurv,
Vice Pres., John G. Golland,
Treasurer, Stephen' F. Si'alding,
Secretary, G. X. Carpenter,
Librarian, II. II. Talcoit.
President, 0. D. Swasev,
Vice Pres., M. L. Tempixtox,
Treasurer, I!. X. Alien,
Secretary, Joii.v II. Coxvep.se,
Librarian, John M. Tiiauier.
U. V. M., Sept. 27, 1S33.
At the semi-annual election of tho Society for
RELIGIOUS ENQUIRY, tho following officers
vtoro chosen, viz:
Silas II. Pearl, President;
Lcninn B. Newell, Met President;
George T. Huxmci, Treasurer;
Jon.v P. Demerritt, Secretary.
Tun Comet is becoming a very decided
fcaturo in the face of tho heavens, theso
bright evenings. It increases astonishingly
both in tho brightness of its bead and the
extent of ils tail, and tho latter begins to
show n decided curve, which indicates (what
wo havo nil along suspected) that tho crea
ture is " on a bender." It reaches its cul
mination about the 10th of October, accord
ing to somo astronomers ; but accounts vary.
It is difficult to calculato upon its move
ments a circumstance duo probably to its
sex, which would becm to bo determined by
tho crino-lincar dimensions of its train
it is of tho " feminino persuasion," tho fact
fchould havo protected it from an outrage
liko tho following, which was perpetrated
upon it last evening, tho miscreant escaping
undercover of tho darkness: "Why is the
Comet liko a cas fixturo ? Bccauso it's a
switch tail burner."
THE BURNED STEAMER
A TERRIBLE LOSS or LIFE.
Our despatch brings tho intelligence that
tho Steamer seen on fire at 6ea, was tho Aus
tria, from Hamburg for N. York. Onlys'sty
six lives wero saved out of six hundred ! The
Austria was a first class iron propeller of
over 2,300 tons, on her third voyage.
CHITTENDEN COUNTY COCIIT.
Thursday, Sept. 13.
Tho case of A. C. Noblo v. Geo. and Jano Cop
Icy, an action of assumpsit for goods sold, was
commenced yesterday and finished this morning.
Verdict for Plaintiff. Hard and French and L. L.
Durant for Plaintiff; Thos. Olccd and Geo. T.
Edmunds for Defendant.
North and South Through Lino v. II. Barnes is
now on trial. This Is an action of general assump
sit. Underwood and J. Trench for Plaintiff; Ed
munds for Defendant.
Tho case- of tho North and South Through Lino v
Barnes was given to tho jury this forenoon.
Morton Colo v Homer Rawson is now ou trial.
This is an action of special assumpsit. Plea gen
eral issue, Maeck, Taft for riaintiff. Edmunds,
Walker for Defendant.
Saturday, Sept. 25.
In tho caso of North and South Through
Lino v Barnes, tbo jury this morning returned a
verdict for plaintiff, Undorwood, French fir plain
tiff. Edmunds for Deft.
Morton Colo v II. Rawson, verdict for Defend
ant. Maeck, for Plaintiff; Edmunds, for Defendant.
Thocasoof Ashley v Tillotson and Fairchild is
now on trial. This is an action of trover for 40,000
brick. Smith, and Maeck for Plaintiff, Roberts
and Chittenden for Defendant.
Monday Sept. 27,
The caso of Ashley v Tillotson and Fairchild
was given to tbo jury.
Peter Lander v A. B. Scavcr is now on trial
This is an action of trespass for an assault and
battery. Defenco that plaintiff was a pupil under
Defendant as teacher in School District No. 12 in
Burlington, that plaintiff misbehaved himself,
whereupon Deft corrected blm as ho lawfully
might. Roberts and Chittenden for plaintiff, Ed.
munds for Deft.
Ashley v. Tillotson and Fairchild; verdict for
Lander v. Scaver; verdict for defondant.
Tho caso of Uoraco Loomis v. Ilotehklss and
others; an action of assumpsit upon a promissory
note, Is now on trial. A. Peek, Wales for plain'
tiff; Smitti, Edmunds for defendant.
The Frost of Wednesday night (tho first
of the season here) though slight in this vl. I
cinity was a sharp ono in other portious o
tho State tho ground being frozen at Bel
lows Falls, and elsewhere. Of tho 24th
was quitoa respectable ono in this vicinity ;
but tho crops aro mainly out of tho reach of
damage by freezing.
William M. Evarts, Esq., ono of tho
leading members of tho NewYork Bar, while
riding on horso-back near his country resi
dence, in Windsor, Vt., was, on Saturday
last, thrown from his horso nnd seriously in
iured. his left collar bone beinc broken. Ho
hopes, nevertheless, lo bo nblo to return to
Now York and resumo his professional labors
early in October. Tho accident was occa
sioned by a falso step on tho part of tho
horse, which precipitated tho rider over his
IUumE's Animal Trai This invention,
advertised in another column, speaks for it
self ; but as a specimen of tho commenda
tions it is receiving, wo quote tho following
from tho Hartford Daily Courant, a compe
Reutiie's Patk.vt Asimal Trap This is an
invention deserving somo notice. When. soma
time since, we first beard of It, wo were Inclined to
pa it by unobserved; as a new invention, In this
aze. is an every-day occurrence. especially in
this country, the modem hot-bed of genius; but
upon clc-so inspection and explanation received, wo
aro ready to say, that os regards usefulness, it may
be ranked witn tnenewing .viacnine, t; It s llerolv.
ing Pi.tols, and other Inventions equally import.
int. Let the hunter or trapper procure one. ard
be can possess himself of any animal without the
usual latlgue and danger connected with a hunt
ing excursion, and another thing worlhy of con-
kiaerauon, uitnout injuring the shin rJ the annual.
Pltvee it in tho handsof a fanner, orweeteru settler,
and he can rid his dumulns of thoso marauding
vititori generally so dicaded.
A sixfoot lawyer attacked a fivo foot editor,
in Sioux City recently. Tho lawyer had u cane
and revolver. Tho editor took both of them
away from him und cliabcd him around tho
block with his own weapons.
The U u.h ingtoii Union calls Mr liuchanau
'the rock, of Democracy." Ho may ba con-
nilerocl unh a rock as tno inert aro suppomil
iYctvs.of Hi c WccK.
Hi Trlesranli to Itio Dally Free Pros.
THE CABLE ALL RIGHT AGAIN.
New York, Sept. 23.
Wo havo a despatch from Trinity Hay
this morning, which states that electrical
currents nro now passing through tho Cablo
between tho offico at Trinity Bay and Vnlcn
tia as perfect as at any time sinco tho Cablo
Trinitv BAV.Sept. 23.
Wo can at last announco tho gratifying
intelligence that tho Atlantic Cablo is again
in complcto working order. Good electrical
currents havo been pawing through tho lino
for tho last tbrco days, and though wo nro
not informed of tho transmission of any tpo
cial message, it can ba statod with accuracy
that signals received from Valcntia aro us
perfect as ever. It is hoped tho cablo will
bo ready for business in a fow weeks at tho
New Orleans, Sept. 23.
Tlio number of deaths in this city by yel
low fever, yesterday, was fifty.
New York, Sept. 21.
To the Associated Press :
I doom it proper to stato as tho result of
my enquiries concerning tho despatch of
Thursday from Trinity Iiay announcing tho
resumption of perfjet signals through tho
Cablo from Valentin, that tho announcement
was made through a dispatch from the Su
pcrintciidantollhuland lino from New Found
land to the agent of tho associated press, and
was unquestionably reported in good faith,
but has not yet been confirmed by Mr. Do
Sauty, who lias full knowledge of all the facts.
I regard tho statement as positively prema
ture. It is conjectured that tho slioro end
ol the Cablo at Valcntia must bo taken up
for a distanco of Fever.il miles, which by
reason of bad weather or other difficulties,
may occupy three or four weeks. Tlio depth
of water within 200 miles of tho Irish coast
ranges nbout 50 to 300 latlioms, and it is
not doubted that even 250 miles of tho Cablo
could bo raised if necessary.
Cvrcs YV. Field.
New York, Sept. 21.
To l)c Sauty, Trinity Bay;
Dispatches Irom you
and from McKay arc contradictory. Now
plcaso give explanations and answers to tho
following inquiries :
1st. Are you, or havo you been, within
thrco days, receiving distinct signals from
2d. Can you send a message, ljngor 6hort,
to the Directors at London '?
3d. If you answer no to the above, pleaso
tell mo if tho electrical manifestations havo
varried essentially sinco tho 1st of Sept.
Cvrcs W. Field.
Trinitv Bav, Sopt. 25.
I havo not tho least wish to withhold par"
ticulars as to tho working of tho cablo, and
until I have communicated with head-quar
ters and ascertained tho direotions of tho
Managers of tho Company, I will send a
daily report of proceedings. Wo aro not
working to-day, but receiving occasionally
from Valcntia weak reversals of tho current,
which, when received, aro not intelligible.
C. V. De Sauty.
To Cvrcs W. Field, N. Y.
Trinitv Bav, Sept. 23.
Your Messago received tho day before yes
terday. Commenced receiving currents from
from Valcntia, and was in hopes that I
should bo at work again soon after. Inform
ed Mr. McKay and then tho current failed.
This will explain tho discrepany between his
and my messages.
C. V. De Sauiv.
Halifax, Sjpt. 27,
To Cyrus IV. Field, New York :
I havo arrived hero on my way to Bay of
Bulls Arm with instructions and regulations
to test the Cablo in concert with Valcntia.
Good and regular currents from New round-
land wero received up to tho day I left
Valcntia, tho 12th inst., but no words had
been received sinco tho 2d inst. Tho testing
shows a loss of insultation thrco miles from
Valcntia, but I hope to work through it. 1
leave hero as soon as possible. The steamer
from St. Johns does not start till the 7th of
October, but shall try to get there by gun
boat or otherwiso immediately.
From Valcntia Offico.
New York, Sept. 29,
Tho following despatch has been received
by tho Honorary Directors of tho Atlantio
Telegraph Company in this city.
Cvrvb Station, Trinitv Bay, Sept. 23.
Peter Cooper, Esq., for tho Directors,
Nothing was dono yesterday with Valentla
Tho electrical indications continuo without
change sinco my despatch Saturday.
Signed, De Sautt
LATEST TROJI UTAH.
Washington, Sept. 22
Capt. Marcy arrived hero to-day, direct
from Utah. Ho made the journey in 38 days
and is the first officer returned since thoarmy
entered Utah. Ho met 3200 teams carrying
5000 lbs each, drawn by 30,000 oxen
Theso oxen were dying all along tho road,
Capt. Marcy bslicves that tho army will
havo to 6tay in Utah in sufficient forco or tho
Mormons will not remain subject to tho laws
of the United States.
New Haven, Sept. 21
Tho third mato ol tho whaling brig
Lavrcnco,a Portuguese, was found murdered
in New London, this morning. Ho was paid
off yesterday. Ho loft his boarding-house
soon after 4 o'clock, this morning, and was
found dead in tho street, with a small dagger
wound in tho breast. Tho cnuso of tho mur
der Is not vet known. Tho person who found
tho body, saw two men and a woman lcav
tho spot suspiciously us ho approached
Goargo Mercer, an Englishman, a cut!
by trade, was killed in an amateur prizo fight
in this city last night, by Wm. Houstou,
another Englishman. Thcro was but one
witness picsjnt. Thoy fought fivo rounds.
On tho first two, Houston fell ; on tho other
thrco Mercer fell rand did not riso from his
last. His brain was congestod. Hoaston
was committed for examination to.dny,
AWrUL CATASTROPHE, P1VE
LIVES LOST IJY THE 1IURNINO OP
THE STEAMER AUSTRIA.
llAi.ir.tx Sept. 27
Tho unfortunate Steamer destroyed by firo
proved to b-j tho Austria, twelvo of her ns
songera havu arrived here. Only slxty.slx
lives out of six hundred on board aro saved
MoJtofthe six hundred passengers were
THE I1URNED STEAMER.
Halifax, Sept. 25.
Capt. Shaw of tho Barque Arabian arrived
hero this morning, mid report that on tho
15th inst., 7 A. M., fell In with nn Iron
Scrow Steamer on fire, apparently of 1200
tons, with ngllt Crown Eng'.o haul, straight
stem, head raked well forward, bottom red
paint, upper works destroyed, wood works
nbovo and below nil destroyed. Sails gono
and masls falling. Namo not distinguishable
Tho description which Capt. Shaw of tho
Arabian, gives of tho burning steamer,
makes it almost certain that it was cither
tho Austria or tho Alps.
Halifax, Sept. 27.
Tho barquo Lotus from Liverpool arrived
in this harbour yesterday, Sunday P. M.
with twelve of tho sixty-seven surviving pas
sengers of the steamship Austria which was
burned at sea Sopt. 13th. Tho Austria left
Hamburg Sopt. 2d, with six hundred passen
gers on board, andall but G7 of them wero
lost. Tho Austria is ono of tho four which
constitute tho newly established lino of
Btcamers between Now York and Hamburg.
She is nn iron propeller, built after tho Clydo
model, ten water tight compartments pro
tect her in great mcasuro against danger
from leak. Tho Austria was valued nt
about $330,000. Her cargo was largo and
New York, Sopt. 23.
Tho insuranco of the Austria is about
70,000, and will nearly cover her loss.
Sho was insured in Europe, chiefly in Ham
burg and London. Tho insuranco on tho car
go is uncertain. Tho total value is supposed
to Ire not less than $-10(1,000 and may have
been g430,000. The consignees had not re
ceived a duplicato of her manifest but ex
pected to by the City of Washington. Tho
cargo, however, is said to havo been insurod
in Europo, and not over $100,000 is su
posed to havo been secured in tho United
States, tho principal part of which was in
Wall street offices.
DE SAUTY SPEAKS.
New York Sept. 25.
Tho following dispatches wero received
this P. M., by tho parties to whom they wero
addressed : To Peter Cooper, C. W. Field
W. G. Hunt, and E. M. Archibald, Now
CHEAT IIKITAIN AND NICARAGUA
New York, Sept. 27.
Tlio Times of to-day publishes tho draft of
tho treaty between Great Britain and Nicar
agua, drawn up by Sir Wm. Goro Ouslcy.
It is understood that both tho British and
Nicaragua i Governments approve o
this Treaty, and Sir William will short
ly lcavo for Central America in order
to sccuro its ratification. Tho Conven
tion stipulates, among other things, that
England, as far as sho is herself con
cerned, shall guarenty tho neutrality of
tho Isthmus, and shall also endeavor to in
ducc other nations to do thu same. It is also
agreed that if Nicaragua fails to protect
passengers crossing tho Isthmus, tho British
may employ forco for that purnoso. In other
respects tho Treaty is strict and most com
prehensive. Tho Commercial Convention
conferring reciprocal privileges upon each of
tno contracting powers.
AtTOia T Jl E NT.
New York, Sept. 27.
Tho Tribune's correspondent says : A
Mr. M. McDowell, a relativo of tho lato Gov
McDowell of Virginia, has boon appointed
Consul General of Constantinople
New York, Sopt. 27.
Tho Steamship City of Washington, arriv
ed at this port nt 3 P. M., from Livcrpo
15th, with tho mails.
Tho London Times savs there is no altera
tion in tho condition of tho Ocean Cable
Communications continue to bo received, but
aro unintelligible Shurcs remain firm at
400 a 500.
A now company has been formed for pur
chasing the steamer Great Eastern and run
ins her to America.
Tlio American horso, Prioress, won tho
gnat Yorkshire handi-cap race, at Doncas
NewYork, Sopt. 28
Steamship Moses Taylor arrived to-day
with California mails of Sept. 5, upwards of
300 passengers, and nearly S1C0.000 in
Tho California Stato Election had resulted
in tho success of tho Administration Demo
cratio Ticket, by 0,000 to 10,000 majority
Tho Legislature would havo a largo majority
Administration Democrats. San Francisco
elected tho Peoplo's Ticket for local officers
and tho Republican Delegation to tho Legis
Tho Mining news from Frazer River is still
unsatisfactory. Tho river was too high to
allow profitable working. Business was dull
at Victoria and property greatly depreciated
Advices from Oregon aro to AugUBt 21
On tho 15th of that month, Liout. J.
Allen with a party ot fifteen men made
nhht attack on a body of Indians in the
upper Gamika river, capturing 21 men and
50 women and children, a large number of
hors;s an 1 much other property. Beyond
this thcro had been no active demonstrations
against tho Oregon Indians.
New Orleans, Sept. 28.
Tho number of deaths from yellow fever
yesterday was sixty eight.
SURVIVORS OP THE AUSTRIA
New VoitK.Sept. 29.
Tho steamship Princo Albert from Galwuy
via Halifax, with ten of tho survivors of tho
Austria has nrrived. A subscription was
taken up on board tho steamer Princo Albert
for tho survivors of tho Austria, amounting
to over twenty ono pound sterling.
CAM liRIDGE CATTLE MARKET.
Hoston, Wednesday, Srpl. 30, 185S.
At market 1530 Cattle, about 630 Beet c, and
860 Stores, consisting of Working Uxcn, Cowr,
one, two, and three years old. Market beef.
Extra, per cwt., 0 25a7 00 ; 1st quality, 6 25
aOSfl; 2d do. 300 a5 23; 3d do. 173a300; ordinary
3 75; Working Oxen from S75a$60a$00i$175 per
pair. Cows and Calves, from S25a30 a St0of,0.
Yearlings, Sail; Two years eld ICalS; Three
years old 20a?7. Sheep und Lambs 8350 at mar
ket; Prices In lots, 1 OOal Mul 75a2 00 each;
extra and bolcctloul 2 503 00 each. Swine, 030
Hides, 7Ji8ioporlb.; Pelts, C2a87o each; Calf
Skins, 12al3o per lb. Tallow, 7a8c. Veal Calvci
REMARKS. There was a large number of
store cattle, and the Markit i well attended by
buyers. Prices rather lower. Ou Beef Cattlo
there was a slight improvement lu tho price of
the best quality, other cjuilltlci about the same
at last week. Sheep and Lambs lower, 25cti per
bead on mixed lots, SOcti per head on lots of all
BOSTON, Sept. 27.
FLOUll. Tbo demand for Flour has been gocd. j
Salt cf common biands Western at $3 00a.) 25; I
fancy brands at S5 SoaSSOi common extras $3 7f.
0 23; family extras at SO 00 a700 per bbl., Includ
ing Michigan flcucscc, and Ohio. Canada fancy Is
scirco, and prices aro nomlnolly S3 SO ; and extras
rango from 3 75a7 00 per bbl, Including family
brands. Corn Meal has been In moderato demand
at St SOper bbl. Ryo Flour, In small lots, S3 75a
1 SO per bbl.
GRAIN Tho market for Corn Is vciy firm.
Southern yellow atSlOO; whlto OOnOle., closing
atOOe.j and Western mixed at 70aS3e. per bush.
Oats havo boen In demand, with considerable sales
at Sla53c. per bushel, closing firm with small talcs
as high as 51c. Whlto Beans havo been in steady
demand at'Sc.a $1 for common. Ryo Is qtitct at
80c. per bushel.
PROVISIONS. Pork has been qulto dull tho
past week, and prices rather easier. Sales of prlmo
at $1500alCOO; mess 17 75aS18 50 ; and clear
and extra clear, S10 50a2100 per bbl., cash and 1
tnos. In Beef thcro is no change. Lard continues
in fair domand, with salos In hhds. and tierces, at
llial2c. and In kegsat ,13al3Jc; per lb. cash and
I mos. Smoked Hams uro selling at llallc. per
lb., and firm.
BUTTER of common quality is plenty and very
dull, whllo good is scarce and in demand. Tho
sales havo at l'alOc. for good and cholco New York
and Vermont dairies, and 12al5e. for common;
Canada and Western ranges from 12al"c, as to
quallty.Chccso has been in moderate demand at
4a7Ji. per lb. for common to very good.
WOOL Tho demand for domestic Wool has been
qulto active and tho market lustalns very full
prices. Tho sales of tho week have been 200,000
lbs. nt full previous prices.
If OLLOU AY'S 01NTm7:nT aTiM LLS
Wonderful euros of bin diseases, stiff joints
arnllzation of tbo limbs, and other crippling dls
cases of the bones, sinews, nerves and muscles,
avo been accomplished during tho past year by a
brisk and regular uso of Holloway's Ointment. It
tho only laxativo which produces any imptcssion
on theso fearful complaints. Tho Pills, also, aie
doing wonders. No caso of dyspepsia, bowel com-
aint or liver dlscaso can resist their sanitary op-
oration, Why should any human being suffor from
theso maladies, when tho means of immediate lo
llof are to bo found in every city and town in tho
United States ? sept28dawlw
DYER'S HEALING EMI1ROCATION
has been in uso as a liniment and internal remedy
n Burlington and vicinity, for tho last six years,
and has established its rrpiUitim, as a CUKE fo
ihcumatlsm, Cuts, Bruises, Swellings, Headache,
and other affections which aro mentioned in tho
advertisement in another column. dawtf
HIKES & SHAW.
Attorneys .ami Counsellors,
(orricE in rcCK's block,)
aro also agonts for tbo following Crst-class
LU'E, PIKi: &.1IAKINE INSURANCE,
Companies and will tako risks and mako insuranco
promptly, on application at tbo ouico, or by letter.
JT1TNA INSURANCE CO,
HOME INSURANCE CO., Now York. Capital,
CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE CO., Hart
ford, Conn. Capital, 5200,000.
NORTH-WESTERN INSURANCE CO., Oswego,
Now York. Capital, S150.000.
TERMONT MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE
r CO., Montpelicr, Vt. Capital 1,430,000.
VEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., New
1 1 York. Asscttsovor $1,000,000.
C1HARTER OAK LIFE INSURANCE Co.,
Hartford. Conn. Capital and Assetts, $500,000.
THE Git EAT ENGLISH REMEDY
6'ir James Clarke's Celebrated 1'cmalo Pills. Pre1
pared from a perscripticn of Sir J. Clarktl M. D
Physician Extraordinary to the Queen.
Tills invaluablo mcdicino is unfailing in tho
euro of all thoso painful and dangerous discuses to
which tho femalo constitution is subject. It mo
derates all excess and removes all obstructions,
and a speedy euro may bo relied on.
TO MARRIED LADIES it is peculiarly
suited. It will, in a short time, bring on the
monthly period with regularity.
Each bottle, prico Ono Dollar, bears tho Oov
crnmcnt stamp of Orcat Britain, to prcveut coun
CA UTIOX. These Pills should not be taken by
females durinj the FIRST THREE MOXTHS
of Pregnancy, as they are sure to briny on Mtscar
riage, but at any other time they are safe.
In cases of Nervous and spinal Affections, Pal
pitation of tbo heart, Hysterics and Whites, these
Pills will effect a euro when all other means havo
failed, and although a powerful remedy, do not
contain iron, calomel, antimony, or anything hurt
ful to tho constitution.
Full directions in tho pamphlet around each
package, which should bo carefully preserved.
Solo Agent for tho United States and Canada.
(Lato L. C. Baldwin 4 Co.,)
Rochester, N. Y.
N. B. SI, 00 and 5 postago stamps enclosed to
any authorized Agent, will insuro a bottle, con
taining 50 Pills, by return mall.
For salo by T. A. PECK, Agent. -w8-Cmos.
M a r r i c (I .
On Wednesday morning last, by tho Rev. J. K.
Converse, at Wlnooski, Mr. Alonto J. Slovens, of
the firm of Edwards Stevens, to Miss Mary J.
Rood, eldest daughter of Mr. Hiram Rood.
At Pittsburgh on the 2Cth lost, Nathan Bald,
win Noycs, only ton of Julius M. and Cornelia
II. Noycs, aged 8 months.
The funeral will take place at tho residence of
N. Parker, to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
In Williston Sopt, 10, Benjamin T. Wood, aged
At Underbill Center, on the 7th Inst., Mary C,
wife of Dr. Geo. L. Lyman, and daughter of the
late Jededlah Boynton, of Uinesburgh, aged 36
In Rochester, Aug. 22d, Dea. Joseph Morse,
Iu Stockbrldge, Aug. 25th, Mr. Ephralm Wil
cox, aged 83.
In Cabot, Aug. 25tb, Miss Sarah C, WhltUor,
In East Montpelicr, Aug. 29, Miss Betsey Hath
away, aged 7U.
In wooaiord, Aug. autn, .Mr. 1,'nrstcr .Maiiery,
Iu Beunlngton, Aug. 29th, Mrs. Gilbert, aged
59. Also, Aug. 30th, Miss Jano Potter, aged 29.
Alto, Sept. 5th, Mrs. W. W. Bloomingdale, aged
In North Troy, 3d ult., 11 rs. Amanda Roblusun,
In Newport, tth ult, Mr. Ashley Oould, aged Del.
In Bradfurd, 5th ult., Dea, Jacob Colby, aged
In West Dumraercton, Mrs. Louisa P. Burnett,
In Kirby, 3d ult., Albert W, Burroughs, Esq.,
In" Sboreham, 3d ult., Mr. Francis Atwoud,
In Pcachani, 2d ult., Mr. Richard Mean, aged
02 years. Al.o, 7th ult, Louisa Bartlett aged 2D.
Iu Baktrsfitld, 5th ult., Mrs. Sibyl Field, aged
In Barton, 7th ult., Mrs. Itoiylana C. Grow,
in nanctoipn, "fault., .Mrs. reran J, Hrockway,
In Fairbuven, th ult , John M, Carpenter,
In Hlghgate, 10th ult., Mr. Bcujauiiu Bowers,
of Swauton, aged DC.
In Bane, 1 1th ult., Alvab Euttman, Esq,,
A. II. 1IKOCKK.V,
21 CLIFF STREET, NEW YORK
GLASS SYRINGES, HOMCKPATIUO
VIALS, GRADUATED MEASURES.
NURSING IIOTTLES, l it
Glass Ware for ChomUts, Druggistb Perfumers,
Photographer!, eto. Green filui Ware by the
package. A liberal discount made to the trade.
Orders from Country Druggists and Deileri soli.
A HOOK I'DIt THE MILLION. Jus
Published by I'EDHUIIEN .1 CO., Booksellers ami
Stationers, No. 13 tVuit Street Boston, a Brief
Trentlcsof 18 mg, on lipases of tbo Sexual
System of both ioxc tbtlr symptoms ond treat
mentprepared by a physician of tho 'Boston Eolco
tlo Hospital. This work also contuins n worthing
exposure of tho deception and imposturo practiced
by advertising quacks, with somo of their nauo
and locations. Sold by periodical dealers generally
Sent by mall, on tbo receipt of thrco postago
stamps. Address Box 1802, Boston Post-office.
MOPPAT'S LIPC PILLS AND
PIIIKNIX ItlTTUKS, In crory Instanco
whero they havo been thoroughly used, haio trl
timphoil over dlsciiso In almost all its diversified
forms. Tho salutary effects of tho Llfo Medicines
havo in fact been so universally i sperlencrd, that
they havo bocotno fully established os tho most
easy, sifo and perfect modo of treatment ever offer
cd to the public. 1'or salo by Dr W. 1). MOFFAT,
33 Broil way, NewYork, and by Druggists gen
erally throughout tho States.
Tm.o. A. Pr.cK, Burlington. wlm
K K VTll li'S PAT i:NT A N I.1I A L Tt A P.
A. G. STRONG,
Atfrnt for llu Sltitu oT Vcltiionl.
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G w U
Burlington, Sept. V,, 18j3. vrlltf
THE GOLDEN S It itCT.
dfj 1 flO PUR MONTH cm bo cleared at cutting
Jf and soiling namo plate for maiklng
Ono hour's nractico will mako you perfect mas
ter of the art. Prico of first cbiss tools with in
structions, all sent by express, 10. Matciial to
mano plates ol, anu every tiling connected with tho
Do not fail to send for samnlcs: which aro sent
frco to all interested in making their own fortune.
Diploma awarded by tho Vermont Stato Agri
cultural Society, for best Stencil Tools on exhibi
tion. A. J. I Ul.b.UI,
Sept. 17th, ISoS wl3 3m
,v caiid ruo.ii im. jaiies 11.
JAUItETT, of New York Lung Infirmary
Myconncction for tho past eiiiht veais with tho
abovo Institution, as Cbief Physician, and a twcho
years courso of steady devotion to tho Cure cf
Pulmonary Consumption and its kindred diseases,
togetiier witbiny unrivalled opportunities nnd ad
vantage of pathological research aided nut a lit
tlo by a perfect system of Medical Inhalation has
enabled ine to arrivo at a decishe, direct and suc
cessful courso of treatment for tbo positivo and
rauicai cure ol an diseases ol tns lhroat, Lungs,
and Air-Passages. By Inhalation, tho vapor and
curatito properties of medicines aro directly ad
dressed to tho diseased organs and the integument.
I do not advise tho use ol Medical Inhalation of
any kind, to tho exclusion of general treatment;
and although I consider it a useful adjuvant in
mo proper management ol thoeu tearful and often
latai diseases, yet I deem it very necessary that
caci patient sliould bate tbo benefit ot both
general and loctl treatment. The success of my
treatment in tho abovo diseases, and tho high
character of tho Institution ocr which I hao o
long had tho honor to preside, arc too well known
to need any eulogy or comment from mo. At tho
solicitation of many privato and professional
friends through whose philanthropic aid tho above
charity has been long nnd liberally supported, and
after due consideration, I havo concluded to mako
Euch arrangements as will bring tho benefits of my
experience and treatment within tho reach cf all
and not confino myself, as heretofore, to those only
who entered tho Infirmary, or who wero ablo to
visit mil at my office. Hoping therefore that tbo
arrangement will givo cntiro satisfaction, both to
my prolcssional brethren and the public, I would
respectfully announco in conclu.ion, that can
now be consulted versr.nulUi or bv Utttr. on all dis
eases as above, and that tho medicines, tho samo
as in tho Institution, prepared to suit ench indi
vidual ease, Inhiling apns, Medical lahilers. &.C.
fyc, will bo forwarded by express to any part of
tho United states or tho uinauas. linsis .My
terms of treatment by letter aro as follows, vir:
512 per month for each patient, which will include
mcdicino sufficient lor ono month s use; also, Inha
ling Vapor and an Inhaling Apparatus. Payment
as tollows: sb to bo paid to Lxprcss Agent on re
ccipt of tho box of Mculclno, nnd tho balanco SG
at tho expiration of thu month, if tlio patient bo
cured or is entirely satisfied with tho treatment.
Patients, by giiing full history of their case, and
their symptoms in full, can bo treated as well by
Icttcr,as by personal examination. I'auents avail
ins themselves of Dr. Jarrett's trcutment mav re
ly upon immediate and permanent relief, as ho
6cIdom has to treat a caso over thirty days. Let
ters for advico promptly aswercd. For further
JAMES M. JARRETT, M. D
No. 820 Broadway, cor. Twelfth St.. N. Y
P.S. Physicians nnd others visiting tho city
arc respectfully invited to call at tho Infirmary.
where mnny interesting cases can bo witnesscd.and
whero our tmproicd apparatus for tho inhalation of
medicated vapor can bo seen anu inspected
100 DOLLARS REWARD I
ITtriLL be naldon tho conviction of any ro-
1 V .nnnetl.le r,.,rtv wbo .hfll 1 infrillfTC linon the
following Patents and Trado Marks, by nnking or
vending any article, not tho genuine, ns such, viis
1IAAVES et CO.'S COAL OILS,
tho only uniform etaudard Coal Oil in tho Market,
better anu cueapcr. Also,
JOKES' PATE XT COAL OIL LAMP.
Every genuino Lamp is stamped E. F. Jones,
Patent." Tho publlo aro cautioned against buy
ing imitation Oils or Lamps, as they can havo the
real at a less prico, ana sausiaction guaraniicu.
E. JONES i CO.. Sole Agents,
wl23m 33 and 37 Central street, Boston.
Glass Preserve Jars.
WITH OROUND GLASS STOPPERS.
THESE JARS aro Intended for keeping all
binds nfrruit. Vegetables. .Meats. Oysters,
In a state of perfe.'t preservation, while at tho
same time, tnelr condition may ue examined una,
n,,t elm necessity of oneninc.
Tbo advantage! of ido mouthed Olasi Jan
ilth Olass Stunners irround In over Jars closed
with tin or other metallic- stopper or covers, Is
apparont. Being of incorruptible materials they
canuit corrodo unl taint tho contents! while tho
smallest ouantttv of salt, acid, or fernieotatlon
will dissolve tin or other metal, and tend to poison
all thoy rooy contain.
For salo at China Hall, 150 Church stroeet, by
S. b. UHUWN,
Durllnnton. August 3d, 1838. diwtf
VERMONT STATE TILE WORKS.
Varmelee Place, on the north shire of Mallttts Bay,
DRAIN TILES of tho most approved patterns
and of superior quality, cut 11 Inobcs long,
of tbo following calibre, for land dralnago, con
stantly cn hand at tho abovo works, and will bo
furnished in lots to suit purchasers, on short notice,
delivered at th works or on ibe docks or can at
Burlington, at tho following prices, and also at tho
samo prices, delivered at auv other port on the
Lake not moro than thirty miles from the works,
wben ordored in lots of 15,000 or more.
Sole or Pipe Tit'. ','. Ilirte-shne Ttle. Pieces.
2 In. calibre $12 pr 1000
2t" ' 1, " "
3 " " H " lj " " 18 '
I " in h ii 10 a a
Jen P. ri.vHK, Agent, Burlington.
Address the subs-rib'-r at South Hern, Vtv Or
ders rospoftfully folh-ltrd
'"ODD t IMIOWN
South Hero Man-h I", '
'r. .y a S s
Mr-J VY Brown will superintend the laying out
and digging Drains and laying tiles for those
. - ur
AIIKA1IA1I PIIIRCP.'H P.STATi:.
CJTATE OF VERMONT,)
Msrmcr orcmrTr.NDKN, ss. J Tho Hon tho
I robato Court for tho District of Chittenden, to t:io
A V"1 "" Pcrsn Intcusltd In tlio citato oa
Abraham Pierce, lato of Huntington, deceased,
liorcas.appllcatlon hath been nmdoto this Cuirt I.
wntlng.by tho Admlnlstintor of tho cstato of Abra
bam I'icreo, Into of Huntington, deceased, praying
for lletnsoiinduutliorlty toscll tho leal ettnto of
said deceased, Including tho rovcrslon of tho wld
ow s dower therein, for tho payment of debts and
chargos of administration, nnd setting forth thcro
In tho amount or debts duo from tho said deceased,
tho charges of administration, tbo amount of per
sona! cstato, nnd tho situation of tho real estate;
Whereupon, tho said Court appointed and assign,
cd tho 11th d.iy of October, A.D. 1838, at tho Pro.
bato Court Rooms, In said Ulstrlct.to hear and do
cldeuponsaid application nnd petition; nnd order-
Od publlo notlco Ihoreof In hi, irliim tn nil Mr.
sons Interested therein, by publishing said order,
together with tho time and placo of hearing,
thrco weeks successively, In tho Burlington Frco
Press, a newspaper which circulates In tho neigh
borhood ofthoso personslntercsted In said estate all
which Publications ilinll I in n.Avln.n In tlin cl.iv
assigned for hearlni .
incrciore, you aro hereby notified to appear be
foro said Court at tho llmo nnd placo asflgncd,
then and thcro In fal l Court, to glvo bonds, as t!ic
law directs, for tho nnvmr-nt nf Ittn ili.l.t.. nml
charzos of adailnistrjtlon. and mako vour oh.
jectlons to tho granting of such license, If you seo
Given under my hand, nt t'lo Prob.ito Court
Rooms, this ICth day of Scptot.bcr, A.D. 1839.
w!3wJ D. FRENCH, n,jisttr.
JAIIES TALCOTT'S ESTATE.
STATE Or VERMONT,
niSTiiirT nrriitTtEincx, S9. $ Tho Ilonornblo the
Probnto Court Tor tho District of ChlltcnJen, tn all
persons interested in the cstato cf Juno-t Tnlcott,
lato or Williston, In said district, docc-is-d,
Whereas said Court hath nrsigm-d tho 2d day of
October next, for tlio s tttcra -nt of the ndminl'tr-i.
Hon account of Administrators f thocstate of snld
dcceasid, and ordered that publicnotlce thenof bo
given to all persons lntereted In aid estate, by
publishing this order thr-o wneks sue.'t-.slvcly
prcvinus to tho dy aslne I, in tho lltirlinzloll
I'reo Pns, printed in Burlington, lnaid Di-trlct.
Therefore, ynu aro hereby notified to appear at
tho Probate Com t Rooms, in llurlington, nn tho
day assigned, then and thcro to contest tho allow
nnco of sail account, if you see cano.
Given under my hand, this 13th day Lf Septem
ber, A. I) 1833.
V.12W3 W. II. TRENCH, Judge.
COLONEL SMITH'S ESTATE.
T TE Or VERMONT, )
msrnicr orcnmntirx,s. i To nil persons
concerned in tho Est.ito of Colonel Smith, lato of
IJurlinpton, in said District, (irctting.
Ai n 1'robatn court hoidinnt Murllngton, within
and for the District of Chittenden, on tho 1th day
of September, A.D. 133, nn Instrument purport
ing to be tho last HVC ond Testament of Colonel
Smith, lato of Burlington, in said Distri'.t, deceas
ed, was presented to tho Court aforesaid, for Pro
bate. And It is ordered bv said Court, that tho 27tb
day of September. A.I). 1839, at thoPrnbatoComt
Rooms In said Burlimton. bo assiened for nrorlnc
said Instrument; and that notice thereof bo given
to all persons cniicemed, by publishing this order
thrco weeks successively in tho Burlington Tree
l'ress, a ncwsniper printed at sa d Uur nrton.
previous to tho timo appointed.
inereiorc, you aro hcrehy notified to nnncar bc-
foro said Court at tho tlmo and placo aforesaid, and
contest tho probato of said will. If you havo cause.
Uiv-en under my hand, at Bnrlineton. In slid
District, this 1th day of September. A.D. 1858.
wnwi u. MtUMJH, ltcgistcr.
V E It 31 O N T
Mutual Fire Insurance Comn'y.
NOTICE Or ASSESSMENT FOR ms.
rfIHE MEMBERS of tho Vermont Mulu-.l Tire
A Insurance Company nre hereby notified that
tho following assessments havo been mado by tho
Directors on all .Notes in lorce on tho following
days, to wit:
ih.)7, i per cent.
Making 4 per cent, for the
year ending August 1 , 1 & S. Said per ccntago to be
nisr upon tno original amount ci ma premium note,
without reference to any endorsement; and to bo
paid ta tho Treasurer at his office in .Montpelicr,
on or before tho 2uth day of October, 3 833.
.Members ol tno Company win find in the hnnds
of tho Representatives elect to tho Legislature, a
schedule showing the amount of assessment dnu
from each respectively; and they aro pauiculaily
desired to ce that the money lor tbeirnssC'Sutnls
is forwarded to tbo offico in October. Tho asscsj-
ments must be paid when due. A I it tlo attention
to this on the part of the Members of tho Company,
will save them expenso and trouble.
J. 1. iliuiibiu.., treasurer.
Montpelicr, Sept. 1, ISjS. 5 w13w3
-Aft LBS. VERY CHOICE DRIED APPLES
f.f.tJ 1 or sale by
June 18, 1838. South Wharf.
BEST LAMP n Till WOULD,
IS THE CELEBn.Mrl)
PATENT VESPER OAS RURNEK.
Ts UtTICULARLY adapted to Churches. Hotel-
1 Hall, Factories, Stores, Parlor.-, Families, Ac,
It is perfectly sare. Nocbnnco lor explosion.
It is not extinguished by any ordinary wind.
It requires no wick.
It will not get out of order.
A child may tako caro of it.
It is unequalled for reading or sewing.
The llzht Is not injurious to tho eyes.
Tor economy, cleanliness and comfort, it defies
competition, and is thebost light in tho world.
Tho Material used is Puro Uampheno. 1 he flame
and fixtures resemble uns, produ- ing an equally
brilliant light, nt ono half tho cost ono third the
cost ot tlio ordinary way ol burning campbenej
and less than ono fourth the cost of burnlnz fluid,
Tbosubscriber is now ready to supply all orders
for tho abovo mentioned burners on siiortnotieo.
Touti Rnhts will bo sold In the counties of Add!
son, Uiilttonden, iranKiin end urand isle, at rca
sonablo rates lor lurtner particulars, address
E. B. I RINK.
Undcrhlll Vt., Sept. 13, 185S. dCt w Cm.
Comers lommerciai college
NO. 133 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON,
Will be open, as heretofore, for
Day ami Evening Miulics,
-N and after tho 1st Sept. PENMANSHIP.
J BOOK-KEEPING, NAVIGATION
Arc. nractical v tausut. No Class system, son
arato department for LADIES. Students aided In
obtaining EMPLOYMENT. Catalogues and terms
can be had at tho rooms, or by mM, free.
ulu. A. uu-viisii, A. .M. ) principals,
OLIVER E. LINTON, J aided by
wSm3 is ablo Assistants
TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS OF
IIUCHAN'S HUNGARIAN BALSAM
rplIE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY forOolds,
JL lougns, Astnma, anu consumption.
EJT READ TUC rOLLOWIXQ CEBTirllUIE ! .3
REMARKABLE CURE OF A YOUNG LADY
IN II0FELKS5 CONSU.MI'ilUN.
Extract of a letter from Mn Sarah J. Baxieu
Bostok, Ttb. 12, ISIS.
Ta Dr. D. F. Bradlee;
Dear Sir Tbo Hungarian Balsam
has performed a miracle indeed, in tbo caso of my
youngest dau;hter, who has been positively cured
of seated Consumpt'on, by tho uso only threo bot
tles of this Inestimable Mcdicino. Sho had been in
a decline for nearly throo years, and wo considered
her beyond all hope, when tho Balsam was taken.
We had oonsnlted numerous distinguished pbysl
cians, and tried all the famous prescriptions for
Consumption, a louthern Journey, tno new sys
tem of Inhalation, ic., without any apparent
benefit, and bad almost oooilgncd her, with a
breaking heart, to the grave But tho Hungarian
Balsam, under Providence, has saved her life, and
I cannot rcfuso to glvo you my cvldcneo of thii
utonlshlnir fact, for tbo benefit of thoso who may
bo similarly aBletcd. In my estimation thero
cannot bo a moro painful spectacle, than that of an
Intelligent and nciovca cnua, uniting uay ej uar
under this dreadful malady, with no hopo of re
lief and dropping Into tho grave at last, at tho
very dawn of life, whilo even tho loveliness cf tho
unfortunate vUtlm render! her condition moro tcr.
riblo to all beholders. Your grateful friend,
Sarah J. Baxter.
Solo Proprietor, DAVID F. BRADLEE, Water
town, Mass., to whom all orders should bo address
ed. Sold by Druggists and dealers lu medicine in
every town in tho United States and British
Provinoes. THEO, A. PECK, Agent,
soptlCwlm Burlington, Vt.
DRS. THAYER AND CARPENTER
1 BE ASSOCIATED in the rractloo of Modi
, cine and Surgery, and may be found ( wben
notprofcsMonally abucnt) at DrThaye n office, South
Slue Ol IA)UU square.
SAUltL W THAYER, JH WALTER CARTEKTEB
1' unct' ,. VI " 18a' dWtf
I'EAEHKHH AND SCHOOL
OMt attention is Invited to J. M. Mc Coy'i
JL piiigrcsalm scries of Wilting Bocks, compris
ing 11 Numbers, designed Cor common schools und
Academics, being n tuorougli nnd complcto systsm
of pcntnanuinnd adaptwl ta all ngoi and capaci
ties. Tho stylo Is Blraple, without utclfis outllno and
eapiblo of being cxic'itodvriti tha utmost rapid
ity. Each look ointiins 21 pages of excellent pi
per, properly ruled for tbooopy at Its In ad which
Is a f ic siuiilo of thu Author! hand. Tho steps
nro cay and natural with no abrupt t'nniltlons
from timplo to ditOrult combinations. Tim nr.
rangement of tho c .jdes istlio remit of fourteen
years' cxpeiienoo lu tho publio lohools of Lowell
They havo heenpronounord by many distinguish
ed teajhcis, thu best books for sebools of any in
the rango of their acquaintance.
Published by E. O. Libby A Co., 115 Wmhlng
ton bt. Boston, Mass.
For salo by E. A. Fuller Burlington Vt., whoto
salo nnd ictall. Price 81,00 per dozen 10 cts
PA It L
STOCK NOW OPENED
Heniis' Molhtag Ksiabiislmieiit
Jut Cast of the Am'rtean Hot' I
rtfIHE sulxcrlbu- Informs the public that hii
E fiimr-il Chtli'iij .Vr, on tlio south side ol
the Court Hottsu .ii-ire, i-i uuw ht-rckod with n
very full assortment , f
II DADY-M A I) E 01,0 T I1I.NC,
suited to tho souonui.d toevcry condition ; together
with all Muds of
l'b'i'.Nisut.N-ti lic-ob.-, lNutA-nuaiiKit Goods,
k o .
Ho Is confident t'mt n trial will convince any
ono cf tho Mipeiior durability ur his work
and that bis
cannot Tall to glvo satisfaction.
Every kind of ORDER WORK dono at low
rates and with protnptneM.
Oarmen's Repaired or Cleaned In tho neatest
Renumber the place : No. 5 Wheeler's llloch,
(next tho American Hotel.)
Burlington, Juno 23, 1853. wlm
NEW AMERICAN ENCYCLOPEDIA
7"OLUME third r f tho new American Encyclo
ptdia also a fresh supply cf Volumes first and
second, just rcccivod by.
E. A. FULLER,
GOLD EAR. KINGS AND PINS,
G1 OLD sets Ear-rings nnd Pins, set with Ruby,
T Garnet, Opal and Camc-n, Gold Stono Ac.
Gold Band nnd Cameo Biaclet, on consignment,
and sold low, at tho old stand, Church street.
J. E. BRINSM AID, Agent.
Sept. 21. daw
STANDARD Thermometers, correct; both Fah't
and ltcaumer luermometers all sizes mere
correct than common ones; cn sale by
J. L. iii.l.NsJIAIU, jgent,
Ecpt. 21. daw
GOLD, SILVER AND STEEL
EYE Protectors, Goggles, Cases Ac, to suit al
most every person, cn aalo by
J. E. BRI.V3.MATD, Ajcnt.
Fcpt. 21. daw
TT AM Agent for tho silo of Tox's Execlsioi
(and they d cxc;l, sir, rr tho best judges are
at fault) and Funna Crackel, which arealvrnys
on hand to tho lct-nl trule; ui.d will bo lurnisbed
at wholo.s ilu, on tao sooitibt notice.
AIsj, for Bonds Leetcu Li ackers.
A. P. DE'VEY.
Sept. 21, 133. daw
TO INVEST YOUR CASH
To the best advantago wo would cult attention to
T u r k ' s K s a I) ! i s Ii cut,
who at present is giving tlu grcatcit Lainins fur
SPRING AND SUM.HER CLOTHING
in this Northern Cfuntry. For turtber ptilth-u
lars, we would (this time r.ot lefcr ou tu small
bills,) but uowiy statu mat
F V II K
still hoi Is forth at No. 2 Bank Blook, with a very
S T O C K o F
Rontl)' Mailt? Cliitbiu;.-,
& 111 II 14)1 1U)
woll aclcetc 1 and ndiptcd for the s.-ason, which
are now oiered at Prloea inu-'h bilow former
In addition to tho above wc have a fino assort
mcnt of Broadcloths, Doenius, Casslmeres, est
lugs, Marseilles, and Linens cf all descriptions
which wo are prepaid to luakc up to order in tho
lates. stics at snort notice.
I ., JJUV." C LU T II I N O
our stoc i-yvfeas anything ever bcioro shown In
To convince tho public that Turk has as good a
disposition as ever to sell Gocds cheaper than ever
be-loro Known tn nietury, bo would extend a gen-
cral invitation to all CASH customers, as the Cash
system will bo strietly adhered to. Call and seo
Burlington, .iiay al, lso?. diwtf
WILLIAM !. KII.UV,
couMissioxeit roti tiic states or
MAINE, N. HAMPSHIRE, MASSACHUSETTS
RHODE ISLAND, CONNLUnCUT, NEW
YORK, ILLINOIS, MICHIGAN, WISCONSIN
Burlington, Vt., Aug. 23th, 1659. diwtf
IIURLINCTON PEJIALE SEMINARY'
fHXHE WINTER TERM of tho Burlington
A Female Souiinary will commence on Thursday,
2d September. J. K. lun vun;
diw3vv B. W, SMITH.
Prin ci n
A II It I V A L S !
Every day Irinys SOMETHING NEW
TUST RECEIVED, a splendid assortment of
J the following Goods, U
DRAPERIES & TRIMMINGS;
GLOVES ey MITTS;
LACES & TRIMMINGS
Together with a great variety of all kinds of
Staple and Taney Dry Goods.
Wo shall mako no boast cf our stock and prices
but let them spoak fur themse.ves. Goods shown at
all times, with nlc.iiure, and truthfully represent
ed: no brouce.itng usoa to socuro a traao; ana no
promises exacted o return before pirchasm't.
All who would ovusiilt their own interest
oordlallv invited to examluo our ttock, ond seo
what wonders a 1 it tlo cash will perform at the
II E E- II I V E .
N. PECK, JR. A CO.
May 31, 1836. divv
MEMORIESorOriSKSARETby Macdua, 51 "
Tur. Suadow ox rut: Hbariu by Rice, 75o.
Tue CiiiLnREf or the Kixaoou by Tyng, COe.
Memories or Betham-, COe.
Tue Christ or History by Young, 75o.
No Paixs, No Oaixs, 15c.
Yocxo Pitoaiu, J0o. I'AR-orr, 50o.
Tub Lvdias, 40c. Tue Hannahs, 10c.
Thk.Martuas, 10c. Tut: Marys, 40c.
Rcoclvcd nnl for salo nt
Corner Church and College street.
Burllntn. July 30, 1853, di
ICON'S "Exoclslor" and "Farina" Crackers are
1 sold by tho bbl. and single lb., by
diw A. S. DEWEY.
MURDER! MURDER I I
OvjvJUU ings just received and for sale
for aboutonehalf of lantycar'i prices, and Borden
to mateh, of entiro now styles, at China Hall by
8 8. BROWN,
150 Church St ,
rt-rPniton, May 5th, 1858 diw
S love W n i' o - H o ii s e.
At tho old and established ttand
Cf'.f.r.oE PtHucr, - . BcnUNOioN, Vt.
W '"JRK can ho found tho most complete ond
V v oxlenelvu variety of tho latest and most
Improved styles of
O O O 1C STOVES,
Ranj'J, Ur'.-Air Purpicec, Registers, Parlor and
Hot itotu, Furnace Kittles, fyc, tye.
SUCTION AND rORCE PUMPS.
Lead Pipo of all dimensions,
Plrtnirilin,)., Uriliiiiln Jnpnunrit & Copper
6I1EET LEAD AND ZINC,
American English Poi.lpool and Russia Iron Etovo
Pipe, Hollow Vnic nt, I lirass Kettlcsnnd
Job Xwl. of all kinds
dono in the best manner.
A full assortment of Itcfrlgcroti is.coinprlslng both
singlo and double Ico Cream ficcscrs. Ico cieam
and ielly moulds
Unncy Ilirtl Cnccs nml NVsts,
Also i. aaufactureri and wholcsalo diitsrj la
Illodgctt A Sweet'!
PATENT GALVANIZED PORTABLE
For Hotels, Steamers and ptlvnto families, war
ranted to cook with less fuel than any other oven
In use. Our No. 3, Is pteullarlv nuiipted for pri
vate faiiillles ns It s fm ui-hed with a Cook Stovo
by which the entire e-.uhing can be dono for an
onlinnry family. O, S. BLODGETT H CO.
May n diwtf.
Vital F I ii i (1
" UltU'IES and strengthens the blood by eradl-
rating, tlipiiiith a nu-e chi-inical action, the
causes of impurities ond humors. Hence its pow-
r to i-uie huiiturs that mere medicine cannot cure.
enCC its nnu-er of ftrttrii'tliori! m. iti.ti viliil l.tmr lli
blood. It furnishes to n certain extent, the clc.
ent ol which puro blond is compoed. It eradi
cates and cl-anscs away whatever clegs and thick
ens thu bluod.
ARNOLD'S VITAL FLUID
renders the sytem strong and healthy, by freelne
the blood and stomach from objeetionablo materials.
It nerves and purifies the system, by furnishing the
elements which give vitality.
ARNOLD'S VITAL TLUID
gives strength to tho system, influence and effect
I in liar to that produced by exercise In tho fre
on air. It exhilarates bv strengthen n- tho
oo d to brighter and better action doing its work
y n eginning nt tho beginning. It is pleasant to
bo taste, nnd becomes a favorite wherever known.
ARNOLD'S VITAL FLUID
removes biliousness In tho mot direct and easy
manner, by neutralising tho cause. This is the
principlo of its action in removing illness general
ly. It neutralizes tho cause by frccini tho blood
from impediments to its proper fulfilment cf its
life giiing functions. This principlo of neutral
iting tho cause, Is why
ANOM)'5 VITAL rLL'ID CURE? HU 3IO R
that meru medicine counot sensibly effect, aod why
It cures diseases rtnsuLTixo from poisons i.v rnr
blood, that mere medleincl nrenaratii n cannot al-
levlate, Ilumois arc poisons in thu blood and it is
by their chemical actitn in neutralizing thrso poi
. '7 1. 'J! VVJ VITAL FL
aro enabled to euro them.
TESTIMONY ! TESTIMONY ! TESTI
MONY ! ! ! TESTIMONY ! !
.MLnroRb, Mass., May, IS56.
.Messrs. Burr, Foster & Co.. Besttn.
(ients : I feel it incumbent uncn mo as a duty
which I owe to you and the public, to make tho
following statement in legard to the remarkable
power ol Arnold's Iluid.
1,-r mere fan u year my wife's mother and
three of my children wero nfliicted with n malig
nanthunioi, the chirnctercf which eminent why-
icians wero unnhle to determine or nrcscribc a
successful untidy frr. After trying many bumci
cineuics, 1 nas induced to make uso cf Arnold
Globules and Vital Fluid, which I am mcst bap
py to say has entirely cured them. For tbo bencfi
I ct"cr iiitcwisc amicteu, i wruid say tbat no
hngunre of oemmerdatiin which I can use is too
trong lor taa merits of these vastly celebrated
C. B. SHERMAN.
Globules 21 and 10 cents ncr box. Vital Fluid
50 cents and SI per b ttle.
sold in uurlingtcn by Thco. A. Peck.
COPYING PIti:s.rs. INK A- DOOKS,
5011 m1p nt HUNTINGTON S BOOKSTORE,
e. Jam: 7, 1853. iiw
JUST RECEIVED AT
STOWELL A- HART'S
1TW BUCKET"? OF SI! V1CER aitix savce.
I-Liu r f Pumnkln, Tush Peaches, ic. Also
on band ,e few bbls. of Greening Apples which will
bo sold 1
NO. i BANK BLOCK.
7VTOW READY AT STOWELLS A HART'S a
a- s few of those ehoico IIAMSef curown curiii"-.
Aim 30 bids, of VERMONT PORK, of our own
packing, which wo arc retailing nt a low figure.
upr7d.tvv O. I BANK BLOCK.
RUSSIA SHEET IRON, AND
TTtOR SALE by
A1 G. S. BLODGETT
opt- f, 1635. diw
AT Vv XV. PARTRIDGE'S
OveigiCO Pieces of .Music,
among which aro the following pices cf
NEW MUSIC, vis:
Song Rosabel, tho Lily of tho Sea, Roote.
" Cara Bell, W. Williams.
" M idow's Choice, L. .Marshall.
" I long fur thee, Mother, W. Williams.
" Saw ye net my bonny Lass, J. W. Turner.
" Dear Mother, wake frcm ,.
t'.y slumber, Rcm"-
" Lorina, J. P. Webster.
" Cutr.o into the Garden, Maud, 31. W. Balf.
" I riso from dreams of Thee,
Trio " Of all tho braro Birds," N. Frocman.
B. F. Edmunds.
Whot is Llfo cf Love
Lss Adicux, Sehuler.
Souvenir do Venice Valse, A. Ucrzberg.
Maurlcia Cio cosa, F. Hlllcr.
La Sylphido Polka Mazurka, Cazoriti.
La Ruis.-eau Valse Etude, Wollcnhaupt-
Sons of Tcmpe rnuco Quickstep, P. S, Gilmao.
Souvenirs de Kicff Mazutka, Shulhoff.
Murcia Scheizosa. Ulller.
Lo Bonhcur Polka Mazuika, Ch.'D. Albert.
Davenport Scottiscb, Ch. Burr.
Les Bords de la Meuse, A. Ledue.
II Trovatore Quadrilles, Ch. D. Albert.
Two Russian Airs as played by S.Thalbcrg, for
tho Piano, Organ or Melodcon.
Agnes Sorell Quadrilles, Ledue.
Les Fugitives Valso Brilliant, A, Colnchon.
Ever of thee, Variations, Grobe.
The GipscyCountcss, " "
Slowly and Softly Muslo ,,
Serious Family Polka,
La Bella Andalusa.
Tho Wandering Minstrels an effective
Imitation ol tno randcan 1'iper. nuroy
Gurdy, Bag pipes, Swiss Bell Ringers,
Harp, .Music-box, Drums, Fife and
Full Military Band, J
NEW PIANOS, MELODEONS, ACCOR
P.EON3, TLUTES AND FIFES, DRUMS
AND TniANQI F.J, VIOLIN'S AND DOM'S ANI
A GREAT ASSORTMENT Of STRINGS. WITH
A LARGE ASSORlllEXT OT MVS1CAL TOTI,
all of which will bo sold cheaper than can lx
bought in this place, of the samo quality.
W. W. PARTRIDGE.
Burlington Sept. Cth, 1S5S. diw
A C U n E
Spasmodio Aflectloni, Pains in the Side, Chest and
Stomach, Sea-sickness, ic., do.
ill I i ", i i ii ' i aaSch.i rfs J, nl Bu
Printers win find It a valuable remedy lor
" wrist drop."
This standing remedy for the above-mentioned
ailments, is for sale In Burlington (by the grosi or
single bottle,) by T A. PECK and A. C. SPEAR;
In Wlnooski, by J W WEAVER.
Full directions for use accompany each bottle.