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TII13 FREE PRESS. BURLING- TOIST, FRIDAY MORNING-, OOTOBER 29 3 858.
Sows of the Week.
Wt T" l-rnpl. In the- Putty V
Halifax, Ort. 20.
Tho ateiunship Eiirnpa, from Litvrpml,
thi 0th lnt., arrived at Ihllf, lmt nijrht
Tliontnkof England lm4 mndo no altera
tion in licr rata of dUcount. Tho rumor
that two French war liipi had cona to Por
tugal to support tho demands of France for
compensation, for tho seizure of tho harquo
Chas. Gaorjro", is confirmed. An amicable
adiustment was however expected. Tho King
of Prussia had iestied a decroo establishing
tho roRonny of tho Prince of Prussia. Tho
English Government was moving for the ab
ditlon of Stat dues leviod by Hanover.
Tho Daily News has a hopeful editorial on
tho Atlantio Cablo and thinks it may bo yet
rendered available . It says Prof. Thompson
ha nearly succocdcd in neutralizing effect of
arth curronts which become perplexing when
currents through tho cablo aro so -weak.
Prof. Hughes has so modified his printing,
apparatus thata current of voltaio electricity,
genoratod by a small iron wiro being held in
oni hand moistoned with water whilo a cop
per wiro of equal sizo is held in the other,,
tho two wires bring unitod is sufficient in in
tensity to mako his machino print intolligi
St. Johns. N. F. Oct. 21.
Tho Propollcr Pacific of tho (Jalway Lino
which left Galway on tho 13th inst. arrived
at this port this morning. Tho corporation
of Limerick havo started a project for a trans
atlantic Lino between Franco nnd America.
The now company for completing tho steamer
Great Eastern was delayed in its organization
by tho non-attendanco of tho Directors of tho
Old Company to complete tho necessary
Tho cholera is said to havo carried off 30,000
people of Mecca. The India and Calcutta
mails of S"pt. 9th rnachod Shoe on tho 3d
inst. Thoncws is unimportant. AtCanton
affairs were more satisfactory.
New Yori., Oct. 20.
Steamship Persia from Liverpool Saturday
tho 15 th, lias arrived. Advices from Bombay
arc of Sept. 21th,. Tho disarmed troops at
Mooltan had mutinied and been nearly all ex
terminated. The raco for tho Czarawitch Handicap at
Now Market, for which tho American horso
Priora's was tho first favorito, was won by
Rocket by a head only, Prioress and tho
Beaver running a dead heat for tho second
place. 35 horses ran.
The officers and crow of tho steamer
Austria, had published a letter, claiming
that they did all that was possiblo for them
to do undor tho circumstances, and that the
Captain did thesamo.
Details of China news show that tho Bri
tish had destroyed tho fort at Hampton but
spared tho town.
THE PRIZE FIGHT.MORRISSY
BCFFALO, Oct. 21.
Ho3nan and Morrisny foughtat Longpoint,
Canada, at 20 minutos boforo 3 o'clock, yes
terday afternoon. Eleven rounds wore fought
of tho most torribla description. Morrissy
was the victor.
New York, Oct. 21.
Tho New York Herald's spocial Reporter
says that on tho 11th round Heonan camo
up staggoring and looking pitiful the fight
bain entirely knockod out of him by Morris -sy's
savoro hittings. Ho was hardly ablo to
stand up ; and whan Morrissy wont to him
his guard droppad down, and his antagonist
gavo him a terrible blow on the jugular,
which knocked him out of tima, and ho foil
on his faco. Thus ondod tho light. Morrissy
then left him, and jumping ovor tho ropes,
walked to tho houso ; whilo Hoenan did not
recover consciousness for half an hour.
Chicago, Oct. 20.
Returns from all tha counties in Iowa but
nine, ara rocoivod. In tho first Congression
al District Hon. Samuel Curtis, rep. has 142,
majority. In the socond District, as far as
heard from, W. Vandcrverc, Rop., has 3354
majority. Tho Dubuque Times claims tho
election of tho Republican Stato ticket by
Washington, Oct. 21.
Gov, McMullcn has been notified that ho is
suporsodod as Govornor of AVashington Ter
ritory. Scnor Mata, representative of the
Constitutional Government of Mexico, will
leavo to-day for Vera Cruz to consult with
Juraz and his Cabinot on important matters
with regard to establishing more intimate re
tionB between his country and our own.
Between $80,0000 and $90,000 will bo re
quired lor tho pay of tho volunteers who en
gaged in tho servico against Billy Bowlegs
and his band.
Thero. is no probability that proposals for
the remaining ton millions o' tho authorized
oan will be invited beforo tho first of Janua
ry next. Private letters speak of tho alarm
of the Governments of several of the South
American Republics with which we havo un"
settled accounts, in consequence of tho Para
guay movement, fearing the forces may lie
ultimately directed against them.
Burlington, Iowa, Oct. 21.
The Hawkeye has returns from all tho
counties of the first Congressional District,
except three which cannot change tho result
Hon. Samuel R. Curtis, Rep., will have a
majority of about 500. In tho second Dis
trict Mr. Vandevere, Rep. has a majority of
New York, Oct. 22.
A despatch from Washington to the Ho
raid states that Gen. Walker and Mr. Soule
have a new scheme on foot for settling emi
grants in Nicaragua. Societies on the plan of
the New England emigrant societies have
ben formed in tho South, and sovoral bodies
of emigrants will depart from Southern ports
early in November.
The Tribune's Washington correspondent
tayi the Administration have not definitely
settled upon any tariff policy.
Secretary Cobb resists the principle of
protection, but efforts are making for a com
promise, to this efiect : Congress to pass a
a law authorizing the Secretary of the Treas
ury to raise the duties on certain specific
schedules as may be determined, provided
the existing tariff shall not afford sufficient
revenue within two years.
Springfield, (111.,) Oct. 22
The Democratic Central Committee of 111
, nois received this morning a letter from Vice
President Breokenridge, urging the re-elec
tion of Mr. Douglas to the U. S. Senate, The
letter wilt appear in the State Register to
W. LeRoy, the Administration Candidate
at Bloonlngton last night, withdrawing
his namo as n candidate, and advising his
friends to support tho regular nominees for
Congress.or Stato officers and Uepresenta fives
who will voto for Douglas for V. S. Senator
St. Ioms, Oct. 22.
The Salt Lake Mail with dates ofSeptem
tor 25th reached St. Joseph on tho lGth
Business was very brisk at Salt Lake, thcro
was good fooling botwoen tho Mormons and
Wo havo Leavenworth dales nf tho 20lh
inst. A portion of tho Lawrence, company
had returned from tho South Platto mines.
Accounts fully authenticate tha existenco of
gold all along tho South Platto, persons hav
ing prospected everywhere with fair success.
New Orleans, Oct. 22.
Tho deaths in this city yesterday from Vol
low Fover wcro 41.
ALiUNr, Oct. 25.
Mr. Shear, tho American Member for Con.
gross, is understood to havo written a lottcr
declining in favor of John II. Roynolds, in
depondent Democrat, thus uniting tho oppo
sition to Erastus Corning.
Ntw York, Oct. 25.
Tho Tribune's correspondent says a special
messenger will bo despatched immediately to
exchange ratifications of tho now Treaty with
China. Mr Reed's request for a re-call will
bo granted, and ho will return next winter.
PlIII.ADEI.riHA, Oct. 25.
Tho steamship Hermann, from Now York,
for tho Pacific, touched at Rio Janeiro on tho
18th or Sept.. All well on board, and would
proceed on her voyage immediately.
Dover, (Ky.) Oct. 2.
Tho Flouring Mills of Table .t Cower wcro
wcro destroyed by fire on Friday night, to
gether with 18,000 bushels of wheat and S0O
barrels lluur. l,os.i $50,000. Insured
Charleston, Oct. 25.
! deaths from Yellow Fcicr hero
There wcro !
Boston, Oct. 25.
lion. Robert Rantoul expired at his real-
ilcnco at Beverly yesterday, at the age or TO
CoNtoRn, Mumn. Oct. 25.
An American Convention lor tho eighth
District, met hero to-duy and nominated
Joshua H. Temple of Fraiuingliam, for Con
New York, Oct. 25.
Prof. Doremus to-day submitted his ana
lysis of the body of Sophia Stephens, sup
posed to have been poisoned by her husband
over a year ago. An abundant of Arsenic
was found in tho body. Stephens has been
New York, Oct. 20.
A dispatch from Washington states that
tho steamers America and Ontario, of 1400
tuns burthen each, havo been chartered by
Government for tho Paraguay Expedition.
They ara now lying in Now York and will be
fitted for sea immediately at the Brooklyn
Louisville, Oct. 25.
Horace Bell, who released his fathor and
brother from Bradensburg jail last July, com
mitted on the charge of running off negioes,
was taken on Saturday from tho Fair Grounds
at Now Albany, Ind., without a warrant,
and brought into Kentucky by Louisville
officers. The firo bolls wcro rung and a largo
mooting was held Saturday evening. A hun
dred people havo chartered tho ferry-boat
Empire, and talk of going to Bradensburg to
day, to rescuo Bell. An express has been
sent from Louisville to Bradensburgh, to
place tho citizons on their guard against the
hostile expedition. Gov. Willard, of Ind.,
has promised a requisition on tho Governor
of Kentucky, for the men who captured Bell.
meeting has been called hero to denounce
tho proceedings of tho officers in capturing
New York, Oct. 25.
Tho tido roso to an 'unusual height this
morning, inundating a largo number of cellars
in Front, West and Broad Streets and damag
ing inerchandiso to a considerable extent.
Largo quantities of flour on tho piers wcro
also damaged. No harm dono to tho ship
I'ltOJI THE ritONTIEIt.
St. Louis, Oct. 20.
A dispatch from Fort Independence says
that the Santa Fo mails with dates of tho
14th inst., arrived on the 23d. Tho report
of tho second battlo with thoNavajo Indians
hadj been confirmed. Mr. Youst, their
Agent, formally suspended all relations with
them and he states their wealth consists in
250,000 sheep and 70,000 horses which if
destroyed will drive them to desperation and
that a second war may bo expected.
Peoria. III., Oct. 20.
Great excitement exists hero on account of
tho failure of Messrs. Curtis & Co., bankers
of this city. The people threaten to mob the
banking houso and private residences of the
members of tho firm. Tho military have
been ordered to bo in readiness for any at
tack that may bo mado.
Locisville, Oct. 20.
An expedition left New Albany last night
for Brandensburg and Elizabothtown for tho
rescue of Horace Bell. Thay wore heavily
armed for the purpose and it is reported that
Kentuckians hero and elsowhero aro concen
trating with the intention of meeting them
Baltimore, Oct. 20.
Gov. Peabody of London, has added $200,-
000 to the Peabody Institute Fund for tho
erection of the edifice now going up in this
city. This with his previous gift to tho In
stitute makes more than half a million dol
New Orleans, Oct. 20.
The number of deaths from yellow fover
yesterday wore 20.
New York, Oct. 27.
The Times' correspondent telegraphs that
Mr. Dallas has written to the President that
he will return home in the Spring, and that
Mr. Clayton has been recalled from Peru.
Washington, Oct. 27
There is reason to beliove that bhould Gen.
Walker attempt to land with his followers
in Nicaragua, ho will be repulsed by the
British Naval force ; as the Admiral on the
West India Station, it is intimated, has in
structions to arrest Fillibustering Expeditions
into Central America, from any ipiarter
whatever. Past as well as recent events
Montpei.ier, Oct. 27.
A resolution for tho election of Supremo
Court Judges on Thursday afternoon, has
passed both Houses. A lively discussion
took placo in tho Senate to-day upon tho bill
relating to Bills of Exchangoand drafts, ,lc.,
and in tho Houso upon the Bill for tho ad
mission to tho Stato of Exhibitions of trained
Tho houso and barn of Mr. Cookson, in
this villago was burnod this P. M.
Boston, Oct. 27.
FI.OUH The demand for Flour Is confined to
small lotflj common brands Western st $4 50 a
1 75; fancy brands si $4 85 a $5 15; and $5 15 a
8 25 p blil for tho range of extrasIncluding all
GRAIN. Corn Is quiet: Southern yollow at
05o white at 80a83ci and mixed Western at "0 a
80o p bush. Oats at 50a51o pbnshel for Northern
and Canada; five Is nominally 80a82 p bushel.
PROVISIONS fork In small lots at S15al5
50; mess atS17 00a$17 50; and clear and extra
clear at10 00a$19 50 p bbl cash and 4 mos, Beef
ranges from SI 2 OOaSl 1 50 p bbl, for Eastern and
Western mess. Lard at llalHc in bbls, and 12a
13c In kegs. Smoked hams atllal2op lb, cwh
and 4 mos.
IiUTTEIt 20a22o for good and choice, and 14a
10 for common. Chceso ranges from CaDe, 'as to
WOOL, Sales of the weok wcro 150,000 lbs.
Stock small for tho season, and full previous prl-
cos aro sustained.
CAMIIRIDt.'E CATTLE MARKET.
Boston, Thursday, Oct. 28, 1858.
At market 1081 Cattle, about 750 Boovcs, and
l31 Stores, consisting of Working Oxen, Cows
ono, two, and threo years old. Market beef.
IMra, per cwt., 0 23af75; 1st quality, 5 50oGnn,;
second quality, 5 00a5 25; third quality, 150;
ordinary 3 50; Working Oxen from $75 to $125 per
pair. Cows and Calves, from S25 to SO". Year
lings, (no report); Two years old, (noirport);
Thrco years old, (no report).
Sheep and Lambs 4900 at market. Prices, in
lots, $150 to $2 25 each; extra and selections
$2 50 to $3 50 each.
Swino 1525 at market.
Hides, 7a7io per lb.; Pelts, xTcal 00 each; Calf
Skins, 12al3c per lb. Tallow, TJalc. Veal Calves
Kf.maiiks. Not any change in prices fur lleef
tineo last week. Quality not so goud, and buyers
not so numerous .1. IJ, Cook, Esq., had one car
load of very mpcrior Kentucky cattle, averaging
1600 lbs., which ho offered for $7 50 per cwt. ; but
buyers wcro not willing to pay out S7.
HOLLO WAY'S OINT.II ENT Ac IM LLS.
A friendly warning. Theso great remedial prepar
ation have been imitated, and tho imitations may
kill as certainly as tho geuuino articles cure. To
picventtlio possibility of imposition, purchase no
pot of Ointment or box of Pills, unless enfolded in
a book of directions bearing tho words: ' Hollo,
way, XewVork and London," impressed as a water
mark on each leaf. Furnished with the truo and
legitimate specifics, tho old, young and middle
aged of both sexes may euro with absolute certain
tainty, thoso diseases of tho digestive and secret
Wo organs, the skin and the flesh, which physicians
aro accustomed to pronounce " incurable."
Oct. 29. dawlw
WIRISS At SHAW.
Attorneys and Counsellors,
(orncE ix feck's
Burlington, - - - -
aro also aenU for tho following first-class
LI IT., I'lRi: .V MARINE INSURANCE,
Companies and will tako risks and make insuraneo
proiuptly,on application at the office, or by letter.
ili TXA INSURANCE CO.
HOME INSURANCE CO., New York. Capital,
C t ON NECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE CO., Hart
' ford, Conn. Capital, $200,000.
IN New York. Capital, $150,000.
lERMONT .MUTUAL FIUE INSURANCE
t CO., Montpclicr, Vt. Capital 1,430,000.
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., New
York. Assctts over 51,000,000.
C1HARTE1I OAK LIFE INSURANCE Co.,
'Hartford. Conn. Capital and Assctts, $500,000.
OYER'S HEALING EMUROCATIO N
has been In uso as a liniment and Internal remedy
n Burlington and vicinity, for tho last six years,
and has established its reputation, as a CURE fo
Rheumatism, Cuts, Druiscs, Swellings, Headache,
and other affections which aro mentioned in tho
advertisement iu another column. dawtf
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Samuli. S. Fitcii. A7A LECTURES on tho
causes and euro of Consumption, Asthma, Bronchi-
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and Chronic Diseases generally (bound, 360 pages,
30 engravings,) by Dr. Samuel S. I'iich; ex
plaining tho author's treatment by which ho both
prevents and cures the ahoro diseases.
This book has been tho means of saving thou
sands of lives. Price 25 cents. Sent by mail,
post-paid, for 40 cents. Apply to Dr. S. S. FITCH,
Office 714 Broadway, New York. Consultation
personally or by letter, free.
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and a speedy euro may be relied on.
TO MARRIED LADIES it is peculiarly
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Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Gov
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females during the FIRST THREE MONTHS
of Pregnancy, as they are sues to briny on Miscor
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In cases of Nervous and spinal Affections, Pal.
pitation of the heart, Hysterics and Whites, these
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ful to the constitution.
Full directions In the pamphlet around each
package, which should be carefully preserved.
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(Late L.C. Baldwin & Co.,)
Rochester, N. Y.
N. II. $1,00 and 5 postage stamps enclosed to
any authorised Agent, will Insure a bottle, con
taining 50 Pills, by return mail.
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Treaties of 48 pages, vn Disease! of the Sexual
System of both sexes their symptoms and treat'
ment prepared by m physician of the 'Boston Eoleo
tio Hospital. This work also contains a scorching
exposure of the deception and Imposture practiced
by advertising quacks, with some of their name
and locations. Sold by periodical dealers generally
Sent by mall, on the receipt of three poetage
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ous other dlcac to which tho human frame Is
For sale by Dr W. B. MOFFAT, 315 Broadway,
New York, and by Druggists gcncrilly all ever
Tnro. A. Pxck, Burlington. octlSwhu
In Hlnoubnrgh, Oct. 20th, Adelaldo M. Weed,
only daughter of Anson Weed, aged 27 years.
Tn Randolph, Sept. 27th, Mr. Chaunccy Itayden,
aged 87. '
In Berlin, Sept. 19th, Mrs. Anna Norton, aged
In Rochester, Oct. 1st, .Mrs. Aiubah Chaffee,
In New Haven, Oct. 2d, Andrew R. Mills, aged
In Mlddlebtiry. Oct. 3d, Charles Tlnnev.aged 55.
Alo, Oct. 15th, Mr. Samuel Pond, need "5.
In Clarendon, Oct. 4, Emma E. Lincoln, ajted
In WestTopsham, Oct. 10th, Mr. Amos Sinborn,
aped 0G years.
In Plymouth, Oct. 12th, Mr. Joseph A. Wheeler,
Tn OreenOioro', Oct. 12th, Mrs. Clarlnda A.
Olllo. nged 34.
In North Danville, Oct. 14th, .Mr. Jcrch B.
Stanton, aired 4 1.
In Ferrisburgh, Oct. 15th, Mr. James B. Frasler,
Vrnvinvr BnAnn nr Encr'.-nnv, 1
Secretary's Office, Oct, l'fi,
Teacher1 Institute for tho bounties of Grand
Ile, Franklin. Chlttrndci, Bennlnptnn, Wnihlnir
ton, Eex, Orleans anil Lamoille will bo held as
At Me I,i Jlott,
November i nnd 5
" 0 and 10
' 12 and 13
" 19 and 20
" 23 nnd 21
" 20 and 2"
30 and Dec. 1,
Each Tntl(ute will continue throuch two davs.
having evening fc.ion fcr general lecture.
HJIt I deirable that Puperintendents should be
prcent so far ns polbIo, and should notify Teach
ers and urgo their attendance.
wlSw2 J. S. ADAMS, Secretary.
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REAL ESTATE TOR SALE.
rilllE SUBSCRIBER will sell tho entire real cs
1 tatoof tho late Ransom Jones, In tho towns of
Richmond and Bolton, Vt., which consists of tome
six hundred acres of good farming land, under a
good stato of cultivation, well watered, fences nnd
buildings in excellent repair and situated In
the immcdiato vicinity of the Jonesrlllo station
on tho V. C. Railroad.
Also the Jones Hotel, which is a most desirable
Hotel property. All the above mentioned cstato
will be sold at a fair valuation, as soou as an op-
poriuniry is presented.
Parties wishing to purchase a portion or all of
said property will find it for their interest to ex
amine tho premises soon. For further particulars
apply to HENRY OILLETT,
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I fifiI,ER MONTH can be cleared at cutting
I. JJ and selling name plates for marking
One hour s practlco will mane you perlcct mas
ter of the art. Price of first class tools with in
structions, all sent by express, $10. Material to
make plates of, and every thing connected with tho
Do not fall to send for samples; which are sent
free to all interested In making their own fortune.
Diploma awarded by the Vermont State Agri
cultural Society, for best Stencil Tools on exhibi
tion. Cash rrtte, by the Connecticut Hirer
Valley Fair; and Bllver Medal by New York State
Fair. 165S, were awarded as first premiums to my
Stencil Tools. A. J. FULLAM,
Sept. 17th, 1856 wl3 3m
rilHE subscribers beg leave to inform the citizens
X of Burlington and the public- generally, that
they hare purchased the reliable portion of the
STOCK OF DRUGS, MEDICINES &c,
CORNER CHURCH AND COLLEGE STS.,
and having made large additions thereto, are tiow
prepared to furnish Physicians and others with
PURE and GEKUIXE Drugs and Medicines, at
ai low prices as the same articles can be bought
for at any other establishment.
Physicians' and Family Prescriptions careful
ly and accurately dispensed by an experienced
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among which may be found
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Buffalo, Horn and Ivory Combs, Soaps, Ac;
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STOM ELI, Ac IIAUT'S
A FEW BUCKETS OF SHAKER ArrLe iuce,
Flour of Pumpkin, Fresh Teaches, Ac. Also
on hand a few bbls. of Urecnlng Apples which will
bt sold low.
npr7d4 NO. 1 RANK BLOCK
NOW READY AT STOWELLS A HARTS a
few of those choice UAMScf ouronn curing.
Also 30 bbls. of VERMONT PORK, of our own
packing, which we are retailing at a low figure.
1w M' 1 Jl A K ULUl K
IROMTHESUiratlllER.ontlio 2d lnt, a
H stlinll two vear old red acpr. with n slnr In
his forehead. Any Information which may lead to
tliprtciviv nf Mir aliltnnl addressed to the sub
-enlii r a' V ii, i .1 I w II 1 1 llmnklullv rireltrd.
THE AI TIIMN, AS WE VIEW IT.
WHAT a senon havhien the Miffi'ner through
wMoh we have Just passed I three or four
(lory, two dorcn rainy, fivo or slv chilly, days, and
inn remainder ucscrvlng or no exactor dofiuilo ue
And now comes the Autumn, with Its variegated
nues, more beautiful than artists ever penciled.
soon snail wo fay, Willi the I'ocl.
" Myriad leaves are whirling
From tho creaking branches,
And tho sky Is hurling
Thcro Is not a lovelier season, in point of ap
pearance, than tho American Fall; -and, talking
of Fall, perhaps It would not bo out of tho way tn
inform the public of tho extensive stock of
Fall and Winter Gooils,
wo have now on hand. Our stock of
R E A D Y- 31 A DE C L OTIII N G ,
GENT.'S I'lTRNISHlNG GOODS,
SILKS AND VELVETS,
aro well selected, nnd havo never been surpassed
in this State, and in Quality, Quantity nnd Price,
aro all that can be desired; and
All, who have ever tried us before, we hid try again,
And thoso that novcr did, now to begin,
at No. 2 Bank Block. Very respectfully,
Burlington, October 27, 1858. dawtf
Astonishing ! !
Almost Incredilile ! ! !
r If 1 1ll! nhnve, nnd much more can truly h "M
I the unci of tn.. .1- i t real-, i .11. (1 ti.illv
an lin- ut tli"
b s; 1;-11 iv f:,
Carpets iin-l OilclotIi?, nt captivating
Hugs anl Mat,
at buy-it-my-dcar prices ;
dt puzzling price'
at rapul price;
at tnthng prices;
at cinhryo prices;
at latest prices;
at xhrckivi pi ices;
nt hipfful prices;
nt random prk'c
liargains iu small things;
Imrgains in all thing? ;
bargains in noiettits, ami
bargains in antiovitits.
tfneommon. bargains In common goods;
rare bargains in uncommon goods
and pleasing bargains for thr.se who nre
po fortunate ns secure them.
Annoying bargnini for those who ncglcrt to obtain
them, and ugly bargains lor competitors to encoun
ter For tho lust (of course,) wenro icry sorry, though
wo know of no other way to remedy tho matter
but to disposo of the goods ns soon as poisiblo;
Therefore our Patrons in particular nnd tho Public
generally nre invited to call soon, Itcmember,
"dcbiya aro dangerous."
S3?.Miilincrs, -Merchants and Pedlars will find
many ery great bargains in our present Stock.
X. P1XK, .III., A CO.
Oct. 22. dawtf
wiii;i;m;r & wilsox
s 1: w 1 s u 31 a c 11 1 x 1: s .
NKW STVLK $50.
IjVURV day add to the general testimony in
i favor of the superiority of tho Wheeler &
Vilon Sewing .Machines over thoso of all other
kinds. Wo do not bulicto that any person who
ever becuno expert in tho uso of ono (and no ma.
chino can be more easy to tho learner, if so easy,)
was willing to relinquish it for any other, whereas
multitudes who tried others havo abandoned havo
them and resorted to tho AVheeler A Wilson Ma
chine. Wo aro happy to announce that an important
reduction of tho prico of theso machines has just
been nude by tho Company (seo our larger ad
vertisement on tho outside;) and they will bo
ptomptly furnished by us at tho samo price m U
invariably charged fur them nt tho manufjctory.
ThoM) who purchase of us will bo gratuitni.-dy
instructed in tho uto of them by a practiced and
skillful worker. (1. A ii, (i. UUXIJIUlT
Solo Agent for this Vicinity.
Oct. 11. dawtf
4 FIVE ACHK LOT, for pasturing
J. t ting ono 01 tho best in town,
11 nd In which
them is living water. Its loc.ility is u few ctcps
vsht of the Medical College.
Nil KLI01B1.K WAY on lower floor Unitarian
ONU 110R.i:-SllED in rear Congregational
fjpT.N SHAKES BANK STOCK.
xu i:m:iaxt covi:iu;dcaiikiac.k ia-
tctt fctjle, for ono or two horses.
ONE TKOV PLCSII-LIXED SLKIrtll, (one
horse,) front teat changeable; aleo, one att
Lxntd Holts, and one eet Common Robes,
NE SINflLE BOX-WAOON, two cushioned
anu changeable seats, hay-rack, Ac.
NE-IIORSE TUAVERSE-SEIOII Box and
NE CARRIAGE A one common IIARA'ESS,
lloreo-covcr, Ac. by
into. A nxh,
Burlington, Vt., Oct. 1858. da3m
STRAVED OR STOLEN, FROM THE OWN
cr, as suppo.cd by a Drover, Oct. 13th 165t,
a bright red two year old milch heifer, rather
thin, horns very largo and blunt, half tho horn
white next the head, the rest dark and scaly; a
white bag and a littlo white on tho end ot the
t.iil. Whoever will inform tho owner of her
whereabouts shall he rewarded.
Wlnooski Falls, Oct. 23, 1858. dAwtf,
j if s t it i: r r. i v i: n ,
W. W. PARTRIDGE'S A'.'U' MUSIC STORE,
riHIE following new and beautiful rieces of
fcovc, Tho Sleighing Song- ) .
"O swttt we go, J ' '
" Dream no more, - " F. Abtj
" MoZ'r1'. Voiced" Woodbury ,
" The threo Angel Visitants, " C. M. Cady;
" Take me Home, . " V S Blooiaficld
" My Sister smiling pas- ) T
scd away, )
Soo.t Chorus, Willio Bell, - " Ooo. Poultonj
Curroli .serenade, " D. B. tVorley;
" F. E.Relter;
Atlantio Telegraph Polka,
The Jilting Schottlsh, -Ocean
" L.O. Emerson;
" Tho's Baker;
" A, Taleiy;
" F. Lancelott;
' Chai. Qrobe;
" J.O. Andrews;
" Geo. Poulton;
" S. J, Borra;
" Henry Herti;
Yankee Doodle and Hail Co
The Tallisman Rondeau,
Vermont Grand .March,
Old Hundred" Variations,
I. Puritan!, ...
Au. Ore. Des Pol. Barcarole,
Ocean Cubit: March,
The largest und bc.t assottuient of PIANO
STOOLS ecr brought Into Town.
W. W. PARTRIDGE.
Burlington, Oct. 1. dlw
(ilass Preserve .lars.
WITH OROUND GLASS STOPPERS.
rpHESE JARS are intended for keeping all
X kinds of Fruit, Vegetables, Meats, Oysters,
in a state of perfect preservation, whilo at the
same time, their condition may be oiaralned with
out the necessity of opening.
The advantage, of wide mouthed Glass Jar.
with Glass Stoppers ground in over Jars closed
with tin or other melalllo stopper or covers, I.
apparent Being of Incorruptible materials they
cannit oorrodo an- taint the contents! while the
aoiallost quantity of ult, acid, or fermentation
will dl.sohe tin or other metal, and tend to poison
all they may coutuln,
For salo at China Hall, taO Church strecet, by
S, S. BROWN.
Burlington, August 3d, 1B53, d&wtf
KM KI'.K .'l'M V.
J.IOX'S "Eicelsior and ' 1 anna" Crackers are
sold by the bbl and tingle lb., by
d,W A S DEWEY
COf.ONlII. SMITH'S I.STATR.
.V"1' the subscribers having been appointed by
tho Honorable tho Probate Court for the
District of Chittenden, Commissioners to recelro
cxamlno and adjust the claims nnd demands of nil
persons, against tho estate of Colonel Bmlth, lalo
or Burlington, In said District, deceased, repre
senled Insolvent, and also all claims and ds.nands
exhlhlted in offset thereto! and six months from
thn day of tho diH hereof, being nllowod by said
Court for that purpose, we do, therefore, hereby
give notice, that wo will attend to tho business of
our appointment nt tho offlco of Wales A Taft, In
Burlington, in said district, on the first Mondays of
Deoembcr and April next, at 10 o'clock, A.M., on
each of said davs.
Dated this 18th day of October, A. D. 1858.
8. HUNTINGTON. Commls
wl7w3 HENRY WHITNEY, J sloncrs.
WI 1,1,1 AM HEYMOUIl'S ESTATE.
JTATE OF VERMONT,
ibtrict or cittTTBsnr.x. as. t To all ncrsona
concerned In the estate of William Seymour, late
of Burlington, in said District, Greeting.
Ala Probatn Court holden at Burlington, within
and for tho District of Chittenden, on tho 14th day
of October, A. D. 1RSS, an Instrument purport
ing to bo tho last IViH and Testament nf William
Seymour, lato of Rurlington In said district, deceas
ed, was presented to tho Court aforesaid, for Pro
bate, by William A. Seymour, tho Executor there
And It is ordered br said Court, that tho 3d
day of November. A. D. 18.18. at tho Prohntn Court
Rooms In said Burlington, bo nssicned for proving
said Instrument; and that notico thereof bo given
to all persons concorned, by publishing this order
threo weeks successively !n tho Burlington Frco
Press, a nowjpaper printed at said Burlington,
previous to tho time appointed.
Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear be
fore said Court at tho time and placo aforesaid, and
contest thoprobato of said will, If you havo cause.
nivcn under my hand, at Burlington, In said
District, this 11th day of November, A.D. 1858.
wicwil w. II. FRENCH, Judge.
JESSE MONRO'S ESTATE.
STATE 01' VERMONT, ?
ntiTniCToFcutTTCsnr.v, . JTho Honorable tho
Probate Court for tho District nf Chittenden, to all
persons Interested In tho estate nf Jesso Monro,
ate oi Jcncno, in sua district, deceased,
Whereas said Court hath asslirncd the 5th dav of
November next, for tho settlement of tho admin
istration account of the Executor of the last
Will and Testament of tho said deceased, and
ordered that public notico thereof bo given to
nil persons Interested in said estate, by publish
ing this order thrco weeks successively previous
to the day assigned, In the Burlington Frco Press,
printed in Burlington, in said District.
therefore, you nro hereby notified to appear at
tho Probato Court Rooms, in Burlington, on tho
lay assigned, then nnd thcro to contest tho allow
ance of said account, If you seo causo.
Given under my hand, this 8th day of Octo
ber, A.B. 1858.
WIBW3 W. II. I RLNCH, Judge.
HANSOM JONES' ESTATE.
STATE OF VERMONT,
district of ciiittende:. 6S. ( The Hon the
Probato Court for tho District of Chittenden, to the
hirsand nil persons interested in tho estate of
Ransom Jones, lato of Richmond, deceased.
Whereas, application hath been made to this
Court iu writing, by tho Administrator de boms
non, ot tho cstato of Itansom Jones, lato of
Richmond, deceased, rravlnc for Iiccnso and
authority to sell tho real cstato of said
deceased, Including thd rovcrsion of tho widow's
dower therein, for tho payment of debts and
liargcs oi administration, and setting forth there
n thu amount of debts due from tho said deceased.
tho charges of administration, the amount of per
sonal estate, nnd tho situation of the real estate;
hereupon, the said Court appointed and assign
ed tho 4th day of November, A.D. 1858, at tho Pro
bato Court Rooms, In said District.to hear and de
cide upon aid application and petition; and order
ed public notico thereof to bo given to all per
sons interested therein, by publishing said order,
together with the timo and place of hearing,
thrco ucoks successively, in tho Burlington Free
Press, a newspaper which circulates in tho neigh
borhood of those persons interested in said estate, all
which publications shall bo previous to tho day
assigned for hearing.
Therefore you aro hereby notified to appear be
fore said Court nt tho timo nud placo assigned,
then and thcro In said Court, to give bonds, as tho
law- directs, for the payment of tho debts, and
chargt-s of administration, and mako your ej
ections to the granting of such Ucenso, if you see
Given under my hand, at tho Probata Court
Rooms, this 13th day of October, A.D. 1858.
wiuwa 1). rui..MJJl, negater.
F i) It WOOD OR COAL.
rilHE MOST PERFECT COOK STOVE IN THE
JL world for salo at tho Chittenden County
Stove Warehouse, by
li. &. iiI.UDUl.A A A CO.
Burlington, Oct. 23, IMS. dAwtf.
Y would like to get some more of those
Large Family Iliblcs
to bind for which we got tho diploma and premium
at the Stato Fair and County Fair ; if you havo
nono of them bring along such as you have.
vi o aro prepared to uo every description of
HOOK MX MSG EITHER PLAIS OH
in tho bat style and at louest rates. Particular at
tcntlon paid to
Lnriie lllu.trnlrd Work., Mis.ic, liooka
of EiiffrnTing., Scrap Hook
We have facilities which enable us to do up
PAMPHLET WORK A BIND NEW PUBLICA
TIONS In any quantity at a low price and with the
greatest expedition, to which we would respectful
ly call the attention of PRINTERS AA'D
Gentlemen sending us parcols of books fromadis
tanco may rely on haring them well bound and care
fully packed and returned without delay.
to any desired pattern at short notice.
To Dealers in Blank Books
wo would say that by purchasing their paper direct
from thelmanufacturer, and sending it to ui to be
ruled and bound to order, they will have BETTER
BOOKS than many of thoso they purchase In the
cities, and SAVE MONEY by the operation.
We are determined to manufacture Account Books
of all kinds in a style and at prices to defy compe.
U I V E If S A T 11 I A I. .
VESSIE 4 BAIN.
Times Office Building, Churoh St.
oct.lMlrawtf Burlington Vt
TEACIIEItS AND SCHOOL,
V-OUR attention is invited to J. M. McCoy's
. progressive series of Writing Books, compris
ing 11 Numbers, designed for common schools and
Academies, being a thorough and complete system
of penmanship and adapted to all ages and capaci
ties. Tho style is simple, without useless outline and
capable of being executed with the utmost rapid
ity. Each book contains 21 pages of excellent pa
per, properly ruled for the copy at its head which
is a fao simile of the Author1! hand. Tho steps
are easy and natural with no abrupt transitions
from simple to difficult combinations. The ar
rangement of tho oopies is the result of fourteen
year.' experience In the publlo schools of Lowell
They hat e been pronounced by many distinguish
ed teachers, the best books for schools of any In
the range of their acquaintance.
Published by E. 0. Libby A Co., 115 Washing,
ton St. Boston, Mass.
For sale by E. A. Fuller Burlington Vt., whole
tale and retail, Pries $1,00 per doien lOcti
III flCWHEAT i i.oirit..
TVTEW AND OF PRIME QUALITY, has just
11 made Its appearance In market; the first was
reoelvcd this morning, by DEWEY.
Ott 6, issa d,w
SOMETHING NEW i
1" YMAN THAYER hating purchased the right
A for the County nf Chlltondon of making and
vending Stone's PATENT CLOTHES RACKS and
TENT rnAMt., is now manufacturing them at his
shop In Sholhurno.. Being constructed upon an
entiro new plan, aro a great Improvement upon
any other ever before ofJTered they aro readily ad
justed fur u'c, have a greater length of bars, tho
etothes on one bar not hanging over thoso of an
other, are not liablo to bo overturned, occupy less
spaoo when In use, and when not in use can readi
ly bo folded liko a fan and set away llko a broom
has nil tho convenience, that could bo desired
and nono of tho Inconvenlerees of formor construe
tlon nroaehep, durable, convenient and greatly
Improved article, havo only to bo scon and used to
be admired by all housekeepers. Also portable
TENT FRAMES for hunters, fishermen, and
camp meetings, that fold compactly together in a
form that can conveniently bo transported nnd can
bo set up for use in a moment. They can bo found
at A. P. DEWEY'S, west side of tho Park, at J.
h. l'lLKClYS on Church street, or at my shop In
vT.ilBfoNT At CANADA ItAILIlOAD.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of tho Stockholders
of tho Vermont nnd Canada Railroad Compa
ny will bo held at tho Northflold House, Northfield
Vt., on Wednesday tho 10th day of November next,
at ii o'clock, P. M., for tho purposo of choosing
seven Directors for tho year ensuing, and for tho
transaction of any other legal business.
By order nf tho Directors.
GEO. NICHOLS, Clerk.
Northfield, Vt., Oct. 2, 1858. wl5w3
7 It E S II 1 31 P OR TAT I oT
FANCY fJOODS AND TOYS.
SELECTED with caro from the principal man
ufactories in Europe, by Mr. Hoi.dkn, the
present season. The selection is particularly
adapted to tho
FALL SALES AND HOLIDAYS
Orders from tho country solicited, and promptly
HOLDEN, CUTTER .1 CO.,
wI5m3 32 and 30 Federal St., BOSTON.
MEN IN WANT OP ISUSINESS.
.4 NY smart, actlvo man, with n capital of from
X V S100 to $300, wishing to engage in a profita
bio business of trading iu any city or largo town
in any of tho New England States, can obtain such
a chance by applying in person or by letter to
CHARLES BLANCIIARD .1 CO., Basement of
Old Stato Houso, Room No. 2, State street, Boston,
Mass.; and by giving reference as to honesty and
ability, can obtain a good credit for goods. This
presents a favorable opportunity for merchants
now In business, ns woll as men seeking business.
Oct. 1, 1858. w3t
ItEUTHE'S PATENT ANIMAT, TRAP.
A. O. STRONG,
Agent for tho Stntr of Vermont.
" " o S,
Burlington, Sept. 25, 1858.
TIUU.MPHAXT SUCCESS OF
BUCIIAN'S HUNGARIAN BALSAM
T1IIE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY for Colds,
Coughs, Asthma, and Consumption.
22T BEAD HIE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE ! ff
Cure of Sucre Cough and Consumptive ten
dency, well attested.
Cunsmi Factories, Mass.. Oct. 15th, 1S13.
Dr. Uradt. ;
tfir Having bocn nttnckeil, ivomc two
months Mtice. with a ft'.ere ulTi.cti.on uf tho Lungs,
uttemkit with a severe cough th.it whs likely to
be com o habitual, ray lriunds exprocil their opin
iom freely, that I was f.iit p;uin down with the
Consumption. I purchased of Mesjrs. Hoot, Rriggs
.t Co., abuttleof liuchnn'-j Hungarian IUlam, and
found immediato relief. I hmo now finished the
second bottle, and c.ill myself well. It is but two
weeks binco I commenced taking tho llul-am, yet I
havo gained lHo pounds in Jlesh, and the affection
at tho Lungs appears to have wholly vanished. I
cheerfully recommend the mcdieine to others who
hat e any kind of diseaso of tho Lungs.
I remain yours truly,
Dr Bradlte; Sir We havo witnessed the effect
of tho Hungarian Balsam on Mr. Francis, and do
not hesitato to recommend it to others of liko dis
ease, Ac. Yours truly,
Root, IJriggs Jt Co.
Solo Proprietor, DAVID F. BRAD LEE, Water
town, Mass., to whom all orders ehould be address"
cd. Sold by Druggists and dealers in medicine in
every town in tho Unitod States and British
Provinces. TIIEO. A. PECK, Agent,
octl5w!m Burlington, Vt.
G I, i: A S O N'S
tllllE object of this paper is to present, every
X week an agreeablo melange of tho notable
events and Uteraturo of the time. Its ample col
umns will always contain a goodly storo of popu
lar Original Tales, Sketches of Adventure on Sea
and Land, and 1'oetie Ucms, by tho
BEST AMKKICAX AUTHORS.
Also tho cream of domestic and foreign news so
condensod as to present tho largest possible amount
of the intelligence of tho day; tho whole well
WIT ASI) 11VMOR.
In politics, and upou all eectarlau questions, it
will bo strictly neutral. Each edition will be
with accurate engravings, by eminent artists, of
notable objects, current events in all parts of the
world, and the national customs and social pecu
liarities of every people. It will contain views
of every important City, of edifices of note in the
eastern and western hemispheres, of all the princi
pal ships and steamers of the Naval and Merchant
Service; with fino accurate portraits of every great
publlo character, male and female. Sketches of
picturesque scenery, representations of "life on
the ware," and exact illustrations of admirable
or curious specimens from the animal kingdom,
will also be given. One great feature of
will consist of a " broadside" of Humorous Engrav
ings executed by the best artists in that line, and
aimed good-naturedly and In a spirit of genial fun,
at the reigning follies of the age, and such new
publlo projects fashions and occurrences, as shall
seem to be fit subjects for comio Illustration.
Au uurlvnlrtl Corps of Contributor
have been engaged, and every department will be
conducted under the most efficient and perfect sys
tem that experience can suggest. This popular
journal will be printed upon fine satin-surface pa
per from new and beautiful copper-faced type,
manufactured expressly for us, and will present in
its mechanical execution the most acceptable evi
dence of American skill. The (lie of this elegant
specimen of art will be about about 1500 square
inches; eight super-royal quarto pages.
TERMS 8 PER ANNUM.
The first number of this new illustrated Taper
will be for sale on tho First day of November nert,
at all the principal news agencies and respectable
literary depots, In the United States and the Cana
da!. GLEASON'S LIN'E-OF-BATTLE-SIHP
will be published regularly, every Saturday, at
GLEASON'S PUBLISHING HALL,
corner of Tremont and BrorafieldsU., Boston Mass.,
by F. GLEASON.
Oct. K. w3t
TEN PER CKNT. SECURITIES.
BONDS AND MORTGAGES amply secured
on productive Real Estate in Western Cities,
bearing interest at rate of ten per cent., payable
half-yearly In cities of New York and Boston, In
urns of $1000, $5000, $8000, $10,000 and $25,000.
These securities are worthy the attention of
Capitalists, Trustees or Savings Banks, who desire
perfectly reliablt and profitable investments.
For tale by GEO. B. SARGENT,
60 Stato it.. Boston-.
October 13th, 16SS. wUml
C CHEESE CLOTH.
OTTON Cloth for Chees. bandagei; also
Linen Strainer Cloth for Farmers use. For
sale cheap at
May 13, 1858. wtf.
MO F F AT' S
TIIH best family inedletno now before tho public
for the euro of Scrofula, Ulcers, Scurvy, or
uptions of the Skin, Fevrr find Ague, Dyspepiia,
Dropsy, and in fart most alt tho diseases soon ylela
ded to their curative properties.
It has been computed that during the lai.t twen
ty. five years, upwards of
'persons havo been benefitted by the use of these
medicines ; a fact which speaks volumes in favor
filthelr curative properties a single trial will
place them beyond the reach of competition In the
estimate of every patient. By their aid tho
BLOOD IS RESTORED TO A HEALTHY
and freed from all Impurities. Tho system Is not
reduced during their operation, but invigorated,
and they require ii" lestralnt from business or
The afflicted have in their medicines, a remedv that
will do for them all laal medicine can possibly effect,
V. r-n. MOFTATT, 51 D.,
And for salo by T. A. TECK,
Agent for Burlington.
November 15. wly.
CARRIAGE AND SLEIGH MAKING
THE OLD STAND OF
JOHN K . G R A Y ,
CORNER, of King nnd Chomplaln Streets, Bur
lington. All work warranted of the best de
Almost all kinds of
CARRIAGES AND SLEIOHS
kept constantly on hand. Also,
Mntchod Spruco Flooring, plained and thorough
RIVED AND CEDAR SHINGLES.
warranted. 100,000 feet of Strip Lath. Norway
Pino Flooring, thoroughly seasoned. Hemlocks
Boards and Cedar Posts for fencing. Machine
Sawed Clapboards, C feet long.
planed, 13 ft.
Inquire at the shop of
JOHN K. GRAY.
corner of King and Champlaln fits.
HX L. HARRIS,
0$Cf corner of Church and College Streets, (over
the Drug Store)
DR. HARRIS HAS FITTED UP A SUITE OF
Rooms, which are so arranged that thoug1
in a publlo location they are as retired as an offi'
would bo in a dwelling house.
Dr. Harris fills teeth with Crystal Gold.
Dr. Harris fills teeth with Gold Foil.
Dr. Harris fills teeth with Tin Foil.
Dr. Harris fills teeth with Townsend's Amalgam.
Dr. Harris inserts artificial teeth on Gd Plates.
Dr. Harris inserts artificial teeth on Slier Plates.
Dr. Harris inserts artificial teeth on pivot.
Dr. Harris administer Sulphuric Ether for ex-
Dr. Harris keeps constantly an excellent Toth
Powder. Dr. Harris warrants all operationo ta
givo perfect satisfaction.
Dr. Harris is determined to furnish as good work a
ii.can bo obtained in this Town, County or State.
Ii Y 1?1
JUST RECEIVED another lot of those superb
II LACK SILKS,
warranted not to crack ; by evidence of many La
dies in this vicinity that have used them. Also
LADIES' FRENCH CORSETS,
both whito and colored, very nico and cheap;
together with a full stock of
to be sold at very low prices.
Call and see 'cm, at the
August 12, '58. w7tf
rilHE Board of Instruction consists of ten Pro
X fessors and Teachers.
REV. E. B. SMITH, D. D., President.
MISS SUSAN M. HAM,
Principal Female Seminary.
Quarters, of 11 weeks each, commence Aug. 25t
Nov. 10, 1855.
Tho malo department is designed more especially
for those who need a course of instruction more
extended than that of the common Academy, and
less so than the College. The course of study In
tho Female Department Is as thorough and exten
sive as in any of the Female Colleges.
EXPENSES, per year of 44 weeks, vary accord
ing to accommodation and studies, from $S4 to $150.
S. L. ELLIOTT,
w6m3 Cor. Sec. and Treas.
ANEW lot of Fall and Winter Shawls new
styles, just received at
Oct. 13, lb5S. wtf LYMAN'S.
IIOOUS AND WORSTEDS,
OPENED this morning:
12 Boxes Ladies and Misses Hoods new
Single Zephyr Wool, White and Blue mlx'd Yarns.
Double do. do. Wool Wadding,
Shetland do. Cotton do. etc.
for sale cheap at
Oct. 13, 163S. wtf LYMAN'S.
CL0THIXG ! CL0THIXG !
J'ALL STOCK NOW OPENED
Ilciins' Clothing Establishment
Just East of the American Hotel
riHE subscriber informs the public that his
A Gtneral Clothing Store, on the south side of
the Court Houso Square, is now stocked with a
very full assortment of
suited to the season and to every condition; together
with all kinds of
Fcrmsuino Goods, India-rubber Qoops,
& c .
He is confident that a trial will convince any
one of the superior durability of his work
and that his
L O XV PRICES
cannot fail to give satisfaction.
Every kind of ORDER WORK done at low
rates and with promptness.
Garments Repaired or Cleaned in the neatest
Remember the place : So. 5 Wheeler't Block,
(next the American Hotel.)
Burlington, June 23, 16SS. w2m
THAT'S THE WORD ; What dot it
Why, simply this. Frugal and judicious use of
At this seatoo of tha year, w. ore obliged to
prepare for tha Cold H j(Ar provide ourselvee
with good comfortable garment., 4o., Jo. Now,
where can money be well invested to gtigood goods
at very low prices ? Why, at
THE CORNER STORE.
There you will find a large stock of good
BROADCLOTHS, C ASSUME RES,
DOESKINS AND SATINETS.
BROAD SHEETISGS, DRILL JSGS,
Tidings, Stripes, Bleached Cottons
Cambrics, Je., Qc, e.
together with a great lot of
PRINTS, GINGHAMS, MOUSLIN DELAINES,
Cashmeres, Coburgs, Alpaccai, Merinos, Ac,
Rose BlankeU, Flannels, Frocklngs,
Linens of every description.
endless variety of Dry Goods not here enumerated,
Remember, we ask you to call and examine our
goods, and if you do sot purchase, no offence on
our part as we do not expect people to invest
unless the goods please, nespecuuuy,