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THE PRESS, BUliLINGTON, FRIDAY MORNXN Gt, OCTOB333 20 18C8.
JOHN II. WllEELEK,
Attorney & Counsellor nl Law.
C. I,. DE.Vfc...
COMUISSIOXER FOR THE
STATE OF VERMONT, .V NEW VOi.
Offloo 74 Wall Street.
G. G. BENEDICT,
coximsioxm ran inn
STATE OF NEW VC KK.
Ofiee Fret Prut Rooms, Burlington, Vcrmtnt.
PECK, .III., Si
RETAIL DEALERS IX
Tt E E HIVE.
Corner of Church and College sis., Burlington, Vt.
!. PtCS, JR., D. B. PECK, j. n. rccic,
GEORGE F. EDMUNDS.
Attorney & Counsellor at h.
AND SOLICITOR .V CHANCERY.
Office over Commercial Bank, Burlington, Vt
WILLIAM G. SHAW,
COMMISSIONER FOR inE STATES OF
MAINE, IT. HAMPSHIRE, MASSACHUSETTS,
RHODE ISLAND, CONNECTICUT, NEW
YORK, ILLINOIS, MICHIGAN, WISCONSIN
Burlington, Vt., Aug. 2ith, 1853. dAwtf
ALI1EHT G. STItONG,
Burlington Wagon Axles,
Mill andCircular Sam,
and Mechanlci' Tools.
SHAM SHELF HARDWARE.
Files, Hound, Pnuuro, Octagon, mtil l'lnt
CAST STEEL HOUSE TRIMMINGS,
CARRIAGE AND STLEL aPrtlX&S
Sadlery and Carriago Trimmings, Wagon Spring.,
bpring stool, A-c, AO.
AT COST, AND LESS THAN COST,
TOR A SHORT TIME, AT
C II I X A II A L
IrtO CHURCH STREET,
S. S. BROWN.
Burlington, March 17, 1855. dAwtf.
AMBROTYPES Ss PHOTOGRAPHS.
THe Finest and most durable Pictures aro the
Ambrotypcs and Photographs, and Ambro-
types put up with a black stained glass aro tho on.
ly glass picture tnat can be relied upon not to
change. There is nn Black Varnish to crack in cold
weather or Baham to blister with the heat as In
all other glass pictures. The Photograph is su
perior to any other picture made on paper. Tor
proof pleaso call at
Chureh street, llurllngton, Vt.
U'swu j. .11. .McriiLiiau.v
GENT.'R PATENT LEATHER PUMPS
NEAT ARTICLE for thos.'ason, ju-t rcclcvcd
XX. Dy A. i-KULITV, Jit.,
dAw Itnl lllm-fc
NE CASK SMOKED BELT, ust reccirod.
Also a fow primo Hams. For silo hv
June 18, 1858. South Wharf.
1AM Agent for tho salo of Tox's Exeelior
fand they dt excel, sir. or the best iudzes arc
at fault) and Farina Crackers, which are alwuy
on nana to tuo retail trale; ana will Lc lurnhhcd
at wholesale, on tho shortest notice.
Also, for Bond's Boston Crackers.
A. S. DETEV.
Sept. 21, 1655. daw
COED 1 COED !
g1 OLD BAND, and Gold nnd Vtlvct Band
CURTAINS. Just received nt China Hall
150 Church St., and for salo nt ruinous rate,
by S. S. BltOWN.
Bnrllngtnn, May 5, IfiS1!. d.lw
G. G. EVANS & CO.,
D" Fubllllter. and Orlclnator. of the -CO
83r Legitimate Gift Book Enterprize. .!
New Catalogue now ready, nnd
sent free to any address. J
tj- A GIFT WITH EVERY BOOK I j
jgy. DeaJqiartcrs for Xen Eailau ij t'orobill, Doslon.
jo- Send for a Catalogue !
T a b 1 c Damasks.
C O U N T E It P A N E S ,
Heavy Bleach d Linen Table Damask
do. Brown do. do. do.
do. tig'd Turkey red do.
10-4 11-4 12-1 White and Colored Counterpanes
The abovo goods aro u!t receiver! at tuo
andftll those in want aro InvitoJ to eiamlno tho
goods and prices. 1A .HA. a.
May 27, . "tf
COLD, SILVER AND STEEL
YE Protectors. Goggles, Cases Ac. to suit al
most overv rirson. on salo by
J, . U1U.S.11AIU, .17(11.
Sept. 21, daw
Printed at No. College Street, BurUnnton, Vt.
GEO. W. A G. G. BENEDICT,
Kpiiori akd PRorniEioai.
Terms or Subscription.
jio Villas Sabscrlbers, suppllod by th.
If paid etrKtly in advance,
Tor Mall Sabscrlbers. and thoso who take It
at tha'Office, 2 00
If paid etrictly In advance, . 1 SO
If Dald durlne the year, 1 75
Interest chargeabU after the year's end.
Terms of Subscription for Dally
Vlllags Sabscrlbers per annum, - $5 00
Thou who reoeivs It by Mail, for C months 2 00
Or per annum, 00
ALWAIS IX ADVAHCE.
grNo subscription stopped until all arrearages
are paid, eiccpt at the option of the publisher, or
discontinued unless by positive orders.
Terms for Adrcriislim lu Wcclilr.
One square, 3 wcck.s
' " 1 month
ii it 3 months
Throe iquaros, 3 woeki,
11 3 months,
T.n lines of minion typo constitute a square
A liberal discount to yearly aurcruscrs.
Legal notices 10 cents a line.
ty Tbs privilege of yearly advertisers Is liml
ted to their own immediate business. In their own
name; and all advertisements for the benefit of
other persons, as well as legal advertisements and
advertUsiusnisof auction sales, and advertisements
with the names of other persons, sent in by them,
must be paid for at the usual rates.
Contracts for yearly advertising will sot bo di
eontlnued unless an order to that elect Is left at
the officoawben discontinued in less than a
year, the prie of a white year will le charged.
No advertisements can be inserted gratuitously
of societies public Institutions or companies,
er Advertisements ordered upon tbo Inside cx
ressirely, an addition of 23 percent. Is mado upon
Deaths anl mirrlages imorted gratis for sub.
serlhsri Voices f fu --' )C-'i Ol
MUSIC I MUSIC M MUSIC I! I
J. Ilii'cTcucIicr of Itrnss Hands,
Button, and Leader of the Boston Cornet Band,
IUCC'S Quadrlllo and Scrcnado Choir, of Boston
will lo In Burlington, Vt. about the 15tli of Octo
ber, and will remain ihtre until Sp'inq,
Having had many earnest solicitations from my
friends in Vermont, to return to thcin In tho 1'nll,
I havo concluded to do so, nnd nt tho samo tlmo
prevailed on some fino talent of Boston to tako a
trip to tho country nnd remain thcro tho Winter
Our Band will number six performers, and will
''irnlsh mule cither as Band r.r Orchestra, for Balls
''on Parties, Promcnado Concerts, Prlvato
't'cddlngs, Ac, Ac. Any number of
Colli!.. . .,,.
Parties . "idor oi tuo urencstra; .i.
furnlshcu. -onado Choir; B. V, .
11. ADAMS, UI,.
UlCE, Leader or tho Be.. Muslo Store
Orders loft at w. . i-.trtnuSo. . i.
will rccelvo prompt attention.
WE havo established ft branch of our
M A N U T A C T O U Y
AT CII AMFLAIN VILLAGE, N.Y.,
where wo shall keep on hand nur celebrated ltorc
power', I'hreshcrs and Cleaners; nlim.allpaftsand
pieces for repairing. With our 1 ing experience,
ano tho unoiualled rcputitlnn of our Machines,
wo hope tn sccuro an increased patronago among
tho Farmers of New York, Vermont nml Canada.
from this placi wo can forward machines to any
place, on Railroad and Lake, and nailgablo waters,
ricase call nnd look nt the Machines.
DAVIS A CO.
Champlain, July, 1S58.
X. B. Wo are linking a new stylo of Cylinder,
different from that of any other manufactory, and
believed to bo superior to all others.
w3m1 D. & Co.
CtURES ltheuniatisin, pain In tho hack and side,
' L'imencs, Headache, Toothache, Sprain',
Bruises. Burns, Wounds, Frostbite, Tract'irc
Ulcers. Unlarired Juints, uontrncteu .Mu'eict,
Chapped Hands, Soro Throat, Soro Lips, Chilblains
ana rues, it 1. nl'o i- retne ly ior wuis, jirain',
Galls, liruises. dwellings, .-cratches, Sore, Lame-
tics' and all othtr curable dlcacs to which Horses
nrcliablo . lcnulrinz external application.
Manufactured uy A. ') 11U JU, " inooski inns
Vt., and sold by Druggists and .Merchants general
ly. A. C. SPEAR, Agent.
HOOTS AND SHOES.
riLE3.tHOWE. Church Street, Manufactu
I rcrs of and dealers in Ladies, Gents, and
CMldrcns Boots, Shoos, Gaiters, Ties, of every va
riety and stylo. Wo havo now on hand a very
of desirable Goods for the Spring trado, at prices
to accommodate all classes ol tho community. Al
Coots, Shoes nnd Onltcrs
or Ladies. Gentlemen, nnd Children, manufacture!
ra order in tho most FashlonaUo Stylo, and ward
Arril 21. w3ra
BEST LA1IP IS THE WORLD,
IS TIIH CELEBRATED
PATENT VKSPCU CAS BURNER.
T UTICULARLY ndanted to Churches. Hntcl?,
J Hall, ructorits, Stores, Parlor', rnmilic?, Ac.
Jt is pcrlcctly s.iie. J clianco lr explosion.
It U in t extinsuished by any ordinary wind.
It requirts nu ick.
It will nr t get rut of order.
A oli (Id way tnke euro of it.
It is unequalled for reading or sewing.
The Mlit is not iniurinus tn tho eyes.
Tor economy, clcanlin'-?3 and comfort, it defies
comnct'tion, nnd is the ho-t It-rht in the wnrl-l.
The Matciial used iiTuro Camplienp. Tho flam o
and fixtures resemble u.is, produ -mg nn equally
LiilMantlight, nt one half tho cost ono third tho
cost ot tho oruin-iry way nl burning enmpheno,
an'l leFs taan one lourtii tne cost ui nurnin mini.
The subscriber h now ready to supply all orders
for theaiioro mentloncu burners on thr-rt nuticc.
Town lit 'its will bo fold in the counties of Addi
son, Lhittewkn, i ranuiln nnu drana Isle, at rea
sonable rates for further particular?, nddioss
Underbill Vt., Sept. 13, 1833. dCt w Cm.
Comer's Commercial College,
NO. nn WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON,
Will bo open, as heretofore, for
29 iv mill B.vcismi;- -muir.
N and after the Itt. -opt. PENMANSHIP,
' nutJlt-iii: i; n.x;, .-. vh;aiii).,
A:r., praetic illy tail'dit No Class Sy.tcin. Sep-
ar.ito denart'it' nt fnr LADfnS. Students aided In
obtaining li.MI'I.OYMLN'T. Catalogues nnd terms
can be bad at the room', or liy mall, frtr.
li:0. N. COMBU. A. M. Principals,
OLl i:iS U. Ll.MU, S nl.lecl hy
Era3 ablo Assistants.
REMOVAL ! 1
L. SMITH RUST
HAS REMOVED UIS
I C S T O
M U S
To .j. 5, Ban Block, one door Last Farmer's A
"VRrilEttB ho has a complete assortment of
T T Musical Merchandise, ana all goods pertain
ing to ins brnncn ol business.
A large assor mcnt of Piano Tortcs from the
manufactories bickering, Woodward & Brown
and Brown A Allen, whoso instruments nro well
known to be superior to any others manufactured
tn tola country,
SERAPHINE3 AND MELODEONS,
manufactured or Prlnco A Co., Buffalo, and Car-
tnart .Necanam. .ew vorK, or all sizes and pa.
terns, anu ivery instrument warranted.
More than Ten Thousand Pieces now on baud
and all new pieces of Mueio received as soon as
published. Glee Books and Church Mueio Books
of every description.
Mr. Rust will sell all articles as low as those
of the same quality can bo obtained in any city.
and a liberal discount to teachers and thoso who
buy to sell again.
Orateful for tbo .intronage be has thus far re
ceived, he will spare no effort to keep a complcto
assortment of articles usually kept in a Music
Storo, and by constant personal attention to his
business, hopes to seo in his new and commodious
More, nil nr his old and many now customers.
BurlinJuliitn, .X35, wtf
rriHIS long established Institution will continue
I under the care of the samo teachers that have
had charge of It for three years past. Tho public
may, therefore, ro,t atsured that the ENGLISH
LANGUAOI. will receive that Attention which Its
Importance and gcnornl use demand, whilo the or
dinary branches, such as Latin, rrcncb.ond Music,
wllln t bo overlooked.
I'nll Term commences Sopt. Rth, ends Dee. 21st
Tu tion.S7.00: 1'iannMiule, SlO.OOsuso of Instru
ment, 83,00. Phonography, by Hey. Mr. Tiffany,
free. A. V. LEAVEN' WOTH, Principal.
Ho. II Jcl 11 Street,
CASH nnd SHORT TIME POHCHA8EHS will
lind It to tneir intorcst to call nnd examine our
new nnd beautiful assortment of lull Goods; such
HinilONS, TRIMMINGS, VELVETS,
SILKS, SATINS, r LOWERS,
I EATII'-'tS A.-WJ liAtilJ
in every variety. Wo have concluded to remain
another year in our old location, and our rent and
other expenses being small, wo can afford to sell
you cheap goous.
S. b J.GOULD1NG.
-ORNAMENTAL Dress Hair Tini,
Bracelets in grr-t variety at tbo Old Stand,
A. O. HOOD'S
I! EMOVAL !
TO ALL MANKIND.
A BOON TO THE SICK 1
fjlHE want of n sterling medicinal to meet tho
A Ills and necessities of tho .uffcrltig portion of
humanity, nnd one entirely freo from mineral and
other deleterious particle, was scroly (tit till
this all powerful incdieino was ushered Into the
worldj ItoLLmvAv's I.vvALi'Ant.c Pills havo bo.
enmo tho hmsihild rtmtdy of nil nations. Their
uttrlbuto Is to prtirnt ns well as to curr they nt
t'lo rdtx or rant of tho complaint, nnd thus by
bo hidden CIIIKO of ili.nntf, n.tni.tnrntn
tac" drooping cnergiss of tho svstcm,
nndKslis ,b. ' " 'ask of na.nd,,,,,.
aistlng naturo In Uv.
great scour j of this contlnr, jt, , .. j,
ly to a course of tl.cso nnl P".0. r toi.'i
Eyestlvo org ins nro resto , rd to th 1 "P" . d.
no matter in w nt l.b onus "''j;,1" uncrrlng
ra.o exhibits it'elf, this sen
roncdy difporscs It from tho pa.
GENEUAIi DE1JI IjITV & V LX
Trom whatoier cause, iioow oftpm. .,ir-an.
other signs of adleascd llvcr.nnd other du ",j
zitlon of tho sytem, vniilh under tho cradicn
influence of this all powerful antiseptic nnd dctci
gent remedy io(is
Tho pioper quantum nnd light condition of tho 1
bile is of niimicntous tinpnrtnnco to tho health ol
tho human flame, this anti-hlliiut mcdicino expe U
tho bid ion seeds f tho complaint, and renders nil
tho fluids and ccretions pure and fluent, cleansing
nnd resuscitating tho vital functions of tho body.
Should loso no tlmo In trying a few doses of this
rc-nlatlng nnd renovating remedy; whatever may
bi"thelr complaint, it can botak.-n with safety ; in
all porlodieal and other disorganizations, its elicit
Ij all but miraculous.
Tho testimony of Nations Is unanimously borne
to tho health-giving virtues uf his nobru rcmciy,
nnd coitificntes in every living language bear wit-
. to tho uxiir.NiAriLrcnMni ineirtmriiuiriiorin
Ilolhicay's PiIt are the lit'1 rrnfihj known tn
t , wir hi tor tn? loittiuiii'i ut.fiusL.-t .
Asthma, rover una Ague, i,nvncssoi spirits
n...l rt!,.v.1nl.r,.iri.Tln com- Piles,
Cou-lis. plaints, Mono nndurnvci,
Ct.ld". Headtchc, Secondaiy symp-
Chcst Diseases, Indigestion, toms,
Costlvcncss, Influenza, A cnereal ullec
Dvpe'ia, tnll.immation, u"n-.
Diarrhoea, Inward woaknes, Worms of all
r, T.lfn.m.iTinliilnt',. kinds.
S?"Cntltinll I Mino nro genuino uiut-s ."t
r.i.. irr;f., .vnl. rA,t nn.t l.'.nion. an:
ILLrnlMfntn W,if r.m irk. ill CVerV leal Ol ill"
U..lr nf ilirtTtinnM nrnllnd each lint or box ; tllOFall
may bo plainly seen by Inl'lmy the leaf la the ii'jiit.
A hnndsoino reward will be given to any one ren
dering such information n may levl tri the detection
of any parties counterfeiting the medicines or find
ing mc same, Knowing nivm ,u cj.u.i.imo.
Soldat thoinanuf.ictorlcsof Pnop. Holi.owav.
fO Mnilen Lane. New York, nndbynlliespeotablo
dalers in modieino throughout tho United States
and tho civilized world, in boxes at ij cts., w cts.
and SI tnch.
HTThcrc is considerable saving uy taKing tne
A'. ). Directions for tho guidance or patients
in every disorder aro affixed to cich box.
A compound lcmcdy, in which wo have la
bored to produce tho most effectual alterative
that can bo mado. It is n concentrated extract
of Para Sarsaparilla, fo combined with other
tuwtances ol still gieutcr altcialive power as
to nfibrd an effective antidote for the diseases
Sarsaparilla is reputed to cure. It is believed
that such a remedy is wanted by thoo who
suffer from Strumous complaints, and that ono
which will accomplish their cure mu't prove
of iminenss service to thi- largo cla's of our
niluctcd fellow. citizens. How completely this
impound will do it has been pioven by exper-
l a -ut on manv of tho wois-t cases to be found
tho following complaints:
Schofuiv and Scuorui.ous Complaints.
15 "ttions and Eui'rmc Diseases, Ulceus,
1 "Lns, Blotches, Tumoiis, Svlt Rheum.
C'LU IICAIl, SvrillLIS ANU SlTlIILtllC Af-
iv.ciions, Mehcukial Disease, Dkjisv, Neu
RALOIi okTic DouLouuxux, Dr.uiLuy, Dvs
rEi'.iv nd iNriinnsriox, linv.sirr.LAS, Hose
on Sr. Avtiion'y's I'lnn, and indeed the whole
class of complaints arising fiom iMruniTY or
This compound will bo found a great pro
nt r of health, when taken in tho spring, to
, ! tho foul humois which fester in tho
i .it that season of tho year. By the limc
i "ulion of them many untitling disoiders
. in, .nod in the hud. 'Multitudes can, by
liu ...d of this remedy, spare thrnielvos from
nuuia.ice ot ioul eruptions, and ulceious
. thr nigh which the svstcm will strive to
rid H rlf nt corruption", it not assisted to do
tli. through tho natural channels of the body
aa alterative medicine. Cleame out the
l.t'cd bbi'id whenever vivt tind its impurities
biu-ti.n; thiough the skin in pimpli-.. eruption',
or 'oics; clean'-o it when voti runt it is ot
tnicted ,iiiil bluggi'h ill tlic vtiii- ; clwtnso it
wli.'.K'Wi it is foul, and vour feelings will tell
i ilka. lZvon whtie no pinliciilar dUordtr
lUt, pe i,ilu enjoy better 1'faltli, and live
r, br tlenii'-tng tl.e lihiod. Keep the
I !i ailliy, and nil is well; hut with thi-,
.lain "t lifj dKorderal, there cuu be I o
ii..j hi'dth, Sourer or later Mjinethiug
u t i i''i', nnd tho gr"tt nn. 1 ,.n cf
i 'Ii'ui b ied ov iierthrMi.
' iii. ii:t lias, n 'd de-eivos nnuh, tho
i . nf nccoinpliOiinu; thc.-e c.i I- But
ild has lice.i egicgiouly deieived by
p. ...luus of it, partly because the drug
in' 1 iu . not nil the viitne that i tlaiincl
i it, hut mnro liecnue ninny prep: unions,
end'ng to Le cnncer.truUil (-Mini ts l! it,
atain but little nf the viitne uf Suisapuilla,
.i.iy thing cUe.
Dining late years the public lip.vc l tcn mis-
1 1 1 v luigo bottles, nictcntUi.K to give a nunrt
i M:utt of Sarsopiuilla lor inic dollar Most
hi ill. c lmvc bicn fuuids ujicn the tick, for
not only contain little, if any, Surmi a
it oitcn no curativo piopcitics whattv
Uence, bitttr and pniniul disappcimnunt
.ui follov cd the u;e r.i the vuiious extiutts of
Sa i; ..rilla whith fired the inaikct, until the
i ,u.i lf-t U is justly dopiscd, ruid bus here me
-ji.i i.j nii.us with im.rs.tiiin ai d cheat. Still
v.c i all this crmi.r.uiid Snrsupurilln, end intend
lo ..i.pjily such n lcmtdy r.o fhnll tescuc the
' ".ic fiom tho load cf i.Uequy whicli reus
it. And wo think we havo giouml for
. vt.i.g it has viitucs whitli aio irrcshtiblc
il.t (.idmaiy sun of the disrcfcsit is intend
' tr, aire. In order to tccuic their ecmplcte
n dlcn.n.n fiom the system, tl.e remedy should
I ( ird eiuusly taken atcoidlnc to dticctions on
DC, 3 . C. AVKI! & CO.
f.-lcc, fit per Uottlc Six Dottles for S5.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
hiis won for it'elf such a renown for tho cure of
.lory innety of lhioat nnd Lung Complaint, that
it i cnlircly unncicssary for us to recount the
e duiLt cf its virtues, whereter it has been cm-
pl'jcd. As it has long been in constant use
np.nout ilis bccnon, wo need not uo more man
ic the rtonlc its nualitv is kent tin to the best
iLtvcr bns been, and that 'it maybe relied cn to
i.o tor their lelicf all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
port the cnitE op
C jfimiMJ, Jaundice, Dyspipsia, Indigestion,
l'iStutenj, Fml ttomnci, E.ijsielai, Headache,
l' les. llhcumatitm. Erunticnt and Hin Viiemet,
li.er Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumou and
it JltHVm, Menus, uouc, .rKra,a, us
Pill, and fat Puiifiiiwi tho Blood.
Thov nro turer-roaird. so that the lliOSt SCnsl-
the can tuko tbtm pleasantly, and they aro the
best aperient In the vtoild for all the purposes of a
Trico 25 ccatJ per Toz; a Toxci for SL00.
r.., mV.rrnf rirrirvmcn. Plivsicians. States.
.lr.r, T.rrfcnnnirc'. hato lent their
names to certify theunparaIleVed.ruli.e6sof the.o
rtmcdlcs, but our sraec hrrc will riot permit the
Kilo" 'of them. 'The Agent, below named fur.
nih gratis our Amebican Almanac in which ihey
Ai. , , .1.0 full deseripiions of the abuse
eompialiits, nnd tho treatment that sliould be fol
Vc be V off by unprincipled dealer, with
other preparailon. they make more profit on.
Demand Avrit's, nnd tako r.a others. 1 he sick
want the best aid there is for O.-m, and they should
hare it. , ,
All our Itcmcdic. ore for .ale by
"Thco. A. Peck. A. C. Spear and Geo C Mulio
in Burlington; Mca'rs. Hraonds, Shelbuuie; M
raondsand Fay, Willi" n. U. Alexander, Char
lniioi II A. IIod?ei lhehmnndt John Lyn an
Jeritho ; L. B. Howo, Jericho corners and by l
dealers in medicines ever wbure
frnfill)" VERV CHOICE DUlt D ".FPU
"AX ' KI'V ' AI'' 1
rilHE Trustees nnd friends of Ibis School, In
X tending to establish It upon it permanent
basis, havo taken measures to enlarge, repair nnd
furnish tho Academy bulli'lng In such nmanncras
to render It very commodious, pleasant anil conve
nient. Tho TALL TERM will commenco on Wednes
day tho 1st of September, nnd continue clctcn
weeks under tho charge of
J. S. ClIiLIJV, - - - Principal.
Mr. W. L. SEVMoun, - Tcnchcr of Mine.
A Teacher of PAIXTt.VG AXI) DRAWING
will also bo secured, nnd, In short, tho studcntwlll
bo furnished with ovcrv facility for thorough In
struction in all tho branches of study usually
pursued In our best Academies.
Primary Department, - S3 00
Common English Branches, - - 3 50
Cbtles nnd Higher English, 4 00
Trench, nlnne, - - - - 3 00
Trench with other studies, extra, 150
Music, with uo of Piano, . . -10 00
Painting nnd Drawing, from - $2 to 1 00
Board, including Boom and Tuel, - - SI 60
' ' " " and Washing 1 75
Good Uoom, on renonablo terms, for thoso who
wish to board themselves.
A. 1), SIMONDS, Secretary.
Wllllston, July Cth, 1853. w2w8
i- COPAllTVntlimi berrtnforo i-tUHni-
"tri -t AVell. Mtllpr fVi.. t. 1KI. ,lv dl.
bctWPb .1 Mr. Ulll.r nlll onl.
ohed by mutn. lato flrln nn,, ,,nvnI1 ,1cbu.
lect accounts duo th
J. I). WELLP,
J N. KNEELAND.
AUt;- 20, 165C
Tl,n 'UMnl wni "w CTirricn on, k t
110 . M 1 ("I tM t. Oi.
at tho sanK-Pl, 1 oir...
Burlington, Aug. 50, 1858.
VERMONT STATE TILE WORKS.
Parmtlir Place, on the north share of Mallttls Hay,
TfcttATN TILT? or the mnt approved pattern'
if nnd nf superior ni'fU'y. cut 14 Inches lone,
f tl, rrt11r.-!n pnllbre. for land drninaire, con-
tnnllvnn liand nt the above work', nnd will be
furnl'hed In bit' to 'ult purchn'ers, on short notleo,
.iAil...-n.t nt wnrlf. nr nn tbo dock' or cars nt
n.,.llnntn. nt tho fnllnwlntr nriCP'. anil nl'O at tllO
nine price, delivered nt nnv other port on the
I.ako not mom than thirty miles from tho works,
when ordered In lots of 2.i,onn or more.
SaUor Pipe Tile. Piece. Ihne-'har Tile. Pieces.
2 In. calibre SI 2 pr 1000 211". calibre S12 pr lnim
IS " 31 " " J.i
18" " 4J" " IS"
40 " " 51 " " 40
Jen P. Ci.A!.:c Agent, Burlington.
Address the ..ilxerllicrs lh U" Vt-
ners rcspconuiiy soncitca. , Ttnnwv
South Hero, March 22, 1838.
Mr. J. W. Brown will 'upcrintend the laying out
nd digging Drains nnd laying tiles for those
EDWARDS Ac STEVENS.
MACHINISTS' TOOLS, PATER MAOI INERT
RCULAR SAW MILLS, ST iRCII Ml' I S
crime's "improved smut mills, ad Al1' K"-'0 0
MILL GEAR1.VO AND SIIAFT1XG.
Also Agents for an I manufacturers of TYLER'S
Iimrovcd Vertical Scroll Water Wheel, the most
com met, portable and economical wheel yet inven
ted. LEATHER AND RUIMER BELTING
for sale at manufacturers prices.
EDWARDS i STEVENS.
Winooski Falls, Tt May 18, 1858. dAwtf.
KJOS3ES5ES among other, tbo following advan
1 tages : a Board of ftvo permanent teachers; a
ystem of recular instruction :a series of classe
pursuing a regular course of study ; and a rrfiWand
bea'tfiUtl Incut inn.
Hoard Sl.0 nnd S2.00 per week.
Summer Term begins May 13.
PnllTirm begin September 2.
J. S. SPAULDING, President.
Barre, April 5, U53. wl2 6m.
TVEW CH ALLIES,
1 NEW MUSLINS,
NEW BAH AGES,
NEW GOODS FOR TRAVELLING DRESSES,
Now stylo of FRENCH PRINTS,
PARASOLS, Ac, ic.
MANTILLAS, anew lot just in, and very cheap.
Also, SHAWLS, at ititonisblng low prices, now
I, V MA. VS.
Juno 18th, 1858 wSltf
Tlie Csi'c.'il BSciiitMly at HuikI.
HAKItON'S COMI'OI'M) Hl'MOK
A XI) STIlE.VQTIIE.VIXO PVllUI'.
it ointr.s rsciiorui.A axd envstp.
SAET 11HEUM AX I)
A 1,1, WEAKXESS OF THK
STOMACH AXD KIDXEYS.
I ALL IMPURITIES OF THE
It strengthens nnd invlirnrates tho whole system
It is unliko any other medicine. It is pleasant and
ngrccnblo tn tho ta'to and can bo used by the most
delicate invalids and children with unfailing sue
cess. It lias been usi-d by a practicinc physician
oter 13 years, and has never failed In any curable
easo. Hecommcnds can be shown from a large
number ol physicians.
(From Dr. Cutter, tho Physiologiit.
Ma. Jonv Moonc Dear Sir: Having been
mado acquainted with tho materials of which the
popular medicine known as the Compound Humom
and strcngibcnlng byrup la coinposid, Itgitcs e,
ploiuuro to soy that I consider your combination of
article, of known medical value, well adaptedto
rcliovo and euro that numerous class of diseases
that commonly result from what is popularly called
Impurities of tho blood, humors, ,lc. I cheerfully
recommend tho diseased to mako n trial ol it.
CALVIX CUTTEK, M.D
Warren March 28, 1S37.
Sold in Burlington by A. C. Snear and Geo.
Moshcr; at Winooski Falls by Storrs A Son; at
f.ssex Junction by Drury and Mncomber.
Charlotte, by E. Alexander. West Charlotte, Geo.
DOCT. BARRON'S MAGNETIC
Warranted superior to anything before the publio
for the cure of Xeuralgla, Canker, Dysentery, Di-
arrnca, rains in tne ncaa, Moraacn ana iiowcis.
V?rln chronio cases it should bo used in connec.
lion with tho syrup. Manufactured by John Moore
warren, Jiass., sole I'roprlctor. bold by all Apoth
arics anu -ucaiune ueaicrs. o wrao
V.VLU A 11 It V H K A L USTATE
I ST, A FATIM OF LAND IX WILLIofOX
I tn Chittenden County, Iving ou the Couuty
road from K.sex Junction to Hlnesburgb, 1( mile,
south of said Junction, containing about 115 acres,
under good cultivation nnd well watered, good
f.inn buildings nnd J acres of excellent wn.d.land,
fonnorly occupied by 11. I), Smith. This farm
commands a bonutlful and cxtonslve prospect o:
tho surrounding country, and Is a desirable loea.
tlon for a man of taito and industry.
2d, A FUtM adjoining tho above, containing
nbout 75 acres, with good farm buildlnei. well-
watcrod and undor good cultivation, with 2 acre, of
wood, ana nas been called the Covell farm.
3d, 18 ACHE3 of good land, adjoining tho
aoovo, jo wncrcoi is wonq-ina, caucu tne urown
ell Lot ; also 20 acres lying next east of the above.
under good cultivation, with about three acres of
4th, A TAUM of OS acres of valuable grass and
gram land, well watered, with I barns theicon,
situated adjoining the Homestead place of Mrs,
jinnnnti i ruman.
I ho iif'ircsuid lands ami lanns are the pmpurty
P If c.i.t. i : r. r .1.. ....
vt tl. u. omim ail, 1 up, luiin.riv 'U , illi-ttiu
aro located ab mt .1 miles IrMu i illlrtun ilia
and nbout 1 miles from the Village of llurllnaton,
Person, desirous of purchasing snv uf the above
land, will call on ujivmll- n rv ki 1. or K,L
AZEll TAKT, of llurllugl n I nnim w5wR
.S.VLISII HEART AND! "-It II' U
T i 'low In tho C u 's '
pr at "i a her !' Dr- t
I-MI T Pr .in' 'e Hiine D 'i
V " Iv d nn I - le n
WHEELER nml WILSON
SATIS1TKD, after aearoful examination of the
nrlnclnal Sowlni? Machlnos worthy of any cred
it that no other ono combines so many prime qunl-
ties for general uso as that made by tho vt iiEELr.it
and Wilsox Manufacturing Company, tho sub
scribers have taken nn agency lor tuc saio oi tneso
a eoTnpnrablo Machines. Tho price of n Machlno
obtained of us will bo the samo as If purcha'cd di
rectly of tbo manufacturers nr at any ono of their
agenclos In tho Unltod States. Every machine
sold by us will bo warranted perfect In Its work
manshto nnd ready for uso. To nil purchasers of
practical Instructions in tho use ot tno ma
chines will bo given ivilhaut eharqe, so that tho
layer may thoroughly understand tho principle of
tho machlno what ovcry pnrt nt it does ont now
tho whole may bo kept In perfect working order
with roasonablo care and skill.
Wo specify snmo of the chief points of cxccllcnco
belonging to these machines.
1. Perfection of Stitch. No stronger stitch Is
mado by han l-'owlne. It cannot rip any more
thnn tho common back stitch of tho seamstress, nnd
takes ancthird lee thread to a stitch than that does.
Tho stitch (fine nr coarse, at tho plcasuro of tho
sewer) Is absolutely uniform, and Is precisely tho
samo nn both sides nf the seam. This last quality
Is of signal advantago, snmetlmes, In making a
garment, because aomo parts aro moro easily han
dled In tho making, by n chaniro of sldo.
2. Rapidity of r.recuiian. The saving of tlmo
by its uso I' hardly credibloby ono who has not
seen It In operation. A good sewer will easily tako
from a thousand to twelve tiundrod stltchos In a
minute with It. Tho flno't work does not tax tho
eyes as tho coarso't work by band doec.
3. Stillnete and Ease of Motion. The stillness
of its motion Is surprising. A sleeping Infant
wnuld not bodl'tnrhedbv one In nctlvo work at Its
Ide. A dozen of them going in a small room would
be no bar to free conversation. Nn 'owing machlno
is mado or can bo mado to raovo with less nolso or
i. Ease of Adinstment, and Dnralnlily. From
thopecullar prtncipls nf tho maohlne, tho fowncss
nf Its nart'. and tbo perfection nf its workmanship,
o ailju'tments aro exceedingly simpio and easy, it
In working order with grent cae, and with
Is kev- 'oheliovo ono will last an ordinary liro
irood care ,. -'so.
time In family .. .. nj Price. Theso machines
B. Size.Amear"n, 'ops at from S50 to Sll".
nro now sold nt tedwedrrt, mounting, on plain
according to size, nnd style Of '11 aro beautiful
tablo or In ornamental caes Ac. . working.
in nnpoaranco and perfect in tnM 'aptcd
Tho medium site machine, is spccinliy - '
for fnmilv use, Is very compact In lis structure, ni.
tho hand'omo't mncmno neioro mo i'u' iii '
sews every kind of material, working equally well
upon silk, linen, woolen nnd cnttnn gnnd 'entn
Ing, quiltlnj, gathering, hemming, Ac., with a
beauty nnd 'trcngth unequalled by any machine
that we novo seen, ineynro som uy us u ic
prices ns at tho Factory ol tno company, mm iui
caeh only, ,
Tho HUMMER an additional piece of mechan
ism latch- patented, very simple nnd Ingenious,
Is furnl'hed for attachment to the Wheeler and
Wll'on Sewing Machine, by means of which the
nmobinewlll hem without any basting or previous
urningof the hem. Tho pricoof tho Hemmcr is
S5. It adds grently to value oftbo wnole.
GEO. W. A G. O. BENEDICT,
Solo Agents for Burlington nnd vicinity.
No. 0 Collego St., Burlington, t.
Appended, nro a few of the opinions of tho Press
mil others in favor of tbo Wheeler and Yt ilson
Opinions of the Press, Etc.
We prefer them tor family use. TViiunr.
They aro the favorites for families. 7'imri.
Works morn nnlfiirinlv than tho hand. Herald.
Do tho work of ten ordinary eowcrs Tournal
v ,' to nine seamstresses. Home Journal.
7 machln,, for family use. Weeeale If Jour.
Mosthonorabl. to Amerl. geniuS.-ndnd-"we
cannot imagln. anything morn perfect
Will giro entiro satisfaction. Observer.
Tho best ever invented. Christian Inquirer.
In looking for tho best, too these. hxaminer.
Admirably adapted for family use. Chronicle.
i-. i.t ii ,r family The Preacher.
sr. i. I, .rill, enthusiasm. Christian Intell.
T, 'h'v of tho highost award. Salbath Recorder.
.?"..' n of tho age. Putnam's Monthly.
f niratm.:.-. StephcU Monthly.
;' V. r .t. ..aohlne. iaic mus
lieyona an question, tn. w-
iraitu. t .
The stltoh cannot be unraveled. America V
Thoy maintain the pre-eminence. Express.
Savesthe time and health of ten women. " a.
Our house is In oc.taelcs with il.-Partcr's Spirit
Supply the fashlonaoio worm. vuy
Are pre-eminently superior.- Ladies VuKjr.
One of our household gods. U. S. Journal.
Unrivalled In overy quality. Day '
Pretty, useful, magical. leshe's Uaiette.
Have no equal for family use. .Viuieal 11 mid.
A triumph of mechanical genius. A. Y. Jour.
Combine es sry requirement. Family Magazine.
Vastly superior to all otbors. Golden Prize.
Ars without a rival. American Phrenological
Journal. ..,., r.i
We entirely preier tnem. .nmnr,. .... .....
We cannot tire in its praise. Au 1 orr.
I find ynnr machine invaluable. 1 havo used it a
vent, atvi u hs ne!
year, Bin ... nrtftnted to fine
ncltM. It works with the rapidity of
. dnren hands : saves much time, fatiRUO anu cx
Of itwecas speak with entire cienrncss nin u.
fidcnco. after tho use of one four years or moro in
.... r,.,ii U'nlonkunon it as ono oi tno oenc-
factions of tho age, and ono which will constitute
l.n l, utnrv nr woman. .urs. ij.
r.. Vinton desires mo to express to you her
entiro atisfactlnn with yourSowing Machine. I
may add that, iudging irom tno ircT.:.. .
rapid tick of this machine, It promotes both Indus
trv and pleasure My purso bears witness that the
sin, Mnehlne nmone: its other cxoellcncics, is a
housohold economy. Rev. Dr. Francis inton.
It will work ns great a chango ih tho family as
railroads have in States. lion. i. r. nana,.
Tho Sewing Mnchino purchased of you has been
wholly serviceable. Rev. Dr. Samuel Osgood.
Tl.sivn ! Vint drift Sewinsr Machine, nnd that is
Wheeler A Wilson's. Judge Meig,, of the Ameri
n,v,o.t,im,i.inthread machine. Am. Int. N.V.
Tho most practical Invention adapted to common
Com. Mechanic; Institute, uauimo,..
Every ono should sharo Its benefits. Urn. D
It la superior tr, all others. Rev. Dr. Stephen.
It commend it emphatloally.-Kn;. Dr. Bidwel
It is the boit I have seen.
Rev. G. D. Abbotts
Burlington, Vt., Jlnren
39th, 1858, Awtf
Drains September 11, 1858.
MECHANICS, IJT VEXTOB8
MAXUFACTUKEKS AXD FARMEIIS.
rffflE Seientifio American has now reaohed its
I Vn,,rti.onth Year, and will entor upon a Xew
Volume on the 11th of September. It i. the only
weekly publication of the kind now Issued In tnu
irr. r,,l It has a very extensive circulation ii
all tho State, of the Union. It I. not, a. ome
might suppose from ii. title, & dry, abstruse work
on technical science; ou tuo uunuij,i.
.t,k i.a nri.t nvfints iroinff on in the scientioc.
.v,. nl.i and industrial worlds, as to please and
Instruct overy one. If tbe Mechanio or Artlian
,.l.h. to Vnow the best machine in use, or how to
make any substance employed In hi. business if
tho Housewlle wi.nes to get s recipo """lis
a good color, ic.ir the Inventor wisnc. to Know
vlmt tit ..nine- nn in the woy of Improvements if
tho Manufacturer wishes to keep posted up with
tho times, and to employ tho beet facilities in hi.
i....r-.iir ih Man of Leisure and Study wishes
to keep himself familiar with tbe progress made lrf
the chemical Ubratory, or in the construction of
telegraphs, steamsnips, ranronus, reapers, m.iiren.
.,i o thmimnd other machines and and appliances
both of peace and war all these desiderata oau be
found lu tnerscientino Amerirnu, m tvn r...
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Letters should be directed to
jll'XXk CO. 198 Fulton-Street, X,
.Missus. Mvvt A Co., are extonslvely engaged
in procuring patents for now inventions, and will
advt-ti lmenlnrs, nllliout ciiargc, in n-;iiui i t
r.otetV of thcii Improvement..
TIIVYUU AND CAltl'EXTI'.U
fMiCI.TED In the Practlei of Medl
L.eini 'iinl Mirgery, and nav oe itiunc, j wn
notpr ifcionnllv alunt) at ur 1 haver, oisce. sxiui"
aid- ifC' r' 'are
SAMl'F.r W !! VI" '"All " ' 4RPENTFR
Burllugt Vi duly 2' , I 'IW
MI X'S, MOYS M VOr ril'STIlM IC
J-' 1 i 1 I' r I for ale bear
i,enc. Ono of your .wacmnes is un-u ... ...j
1 Vi "i.i... u tlm household of a sister,
and others by various friends. The opinion, of all
accord with that I have just exprcssod. Mr, Anna
in It Fi A. T WOXDRR
II A I U U K S T O 11 A T 1 V 15 .
SAYS tho St. TiOul(Mo.,) Democrat! Uetowwe
puhllsh a letter to Dr. M'ood, of thUcUvf from a
gentleman In Maine, which speaks glowingly of tho
superior merits of his hair tonic, Kuch ovidence
must havo Its effect when coming from a rellnhlo
source If certificates nro guaranties nf truth, the
Doctor needs no encomiums, nor useless puffery
frox tho Press:
Hath, Maixk, Jan. 20, 185C.
Prof. 0. J. Wood A Co. I
GrntUmrn Havl- my at
tention called, a few months since, to tho highly
beneficial effects of your Hair netorntivc, T was
Induced to mako application of It upon niV own
hair, which ha i become qulto ffrav proiinmv -"ne-
third wblto; my whiskers were or tho samo char
actor. S'mo threo months slncn I procured ah'it
tlo of vonr Hair Hetnrativ and uM It. I soon
found It was proving whit I hail wlnned. I ufd
It about twice a woek, 1 lnvo slnco procure Inn
other bottlo, of which T hnvo ufd nome. T cth
now certify to tho world thnt tho grny or white
hair has totally dinnpearod, both on my head
and face, nnd my hair has rnumcd t's natural
color, and t believe moro oft anl g) ssy than It
has been for twenty-flvo yours. I nm now sixty
years old; my good wife, at tho ago of 52, has
used it with the ame rflcct.
Tho nbnvo notlco T deem duo to vou for your
vnlufib e dloovery. T nm aured tint whoever
will rightly ubo, ns per direction, will not have
occasion tf contrndict my titement?. T am a olt
I?en of this city nnd a resident here for tho lat
fiftonn vear, nnd am known to neirly every one
hero, and ndloining town". Any no fn may
mako of tho abovo with mv name nttnehed. (s nt
yotir servico, as I wlh to preserve the beauties of
naturo in others ns well as myseir.
I am, truly, your, A. C. 7lAYMOV!
TULTlHOTtK. .Inn. 21, 183S.
"WOOD'S HATH IWT' HAT! VI.
I'rof. "Wood Dear Sir: llavlnc: had the ml'fnr
tuno to lose tho bet pnrtlnn of mv hair frnm tho
effects of tho yellow fever in new Orlcnn in 1 it,
t was induf d to Tnk atrial of your nrcpiratlnn,
nnd foun'l it to answer as tho verv thine needed
My hair i now thick and glouv, and no wnrd
can 0Tnres my obligation to vou in elv!n? to tho
amietefl such atreiMire. T'TN'TXV JOHXPOX.
The nndersinsd. Kcv. -T, K. Tlrntrtr, Is a mini'
ter in reinla- Ptindinir. nndl'.i'tor of th Orthodox
Church nt nrookfield, Mns. ITo i asentlemnnof
great influenco and universally beloved.
IlnoonnnLP, Jnn. 12, 1R5S.
Profeor Wood Dear Fir: Ilnvine innde tria
TTltf 1!t.APn(t..A t -!..-. ..Vt
0fn' "T!et has bern exeellfnt in removing
laVlhlt I1--. ..MfTnn,! n nnn.ln n,1o
nflammattnn. u--. , , , , . 'T
,. , , .I u t . " ' 11 irouniPM irom mv
Itching, with which 7 J".. .,, 1V w),,rIl
ii'iiimuu , nii'i mis urn
...-.1 .nrf1.fnf Its tllO ffltllO
plcasuro or profit. l our? truly.
Tho Iteetorative is put up in bottles
1 ?, l7e,
viz: lartro medium, ana mnn; me f n
pint, nnd retails for ono dotnr per
medium horns at ieni tweniy per
tut. ii oro in
nrnnnrtlftTi than the nnall. retail" for two dollar-
per bottle; tho largo holds a quart, 4i1 per cent
moro In prnporlinn anu retail mr.-.i.
O. .1. WOOD .t CO., Troprletor", sii iiriunwiiy,
N'cw Yr.rlt, (in tho great X. Y. Wire ItnlHng
nstnbli'hincnt,) and 1H Market Street, cl.
And sold by nil good Drngpi"!" nnd Taney
Goods Dealer.'. T. A. PtCIC, Agent.
Aug. 7, 195B. d.tw3m
IX V 1 (j 0 II A T 0 H ,
PllUPAHED DY 1)11. SAXIi'OHD.
ConipoiiiKlril rntiifly from til'MS.
IS ONE OF THE 11 EST I'UllOATIVE AXD
1 LIVEIl MEDICIXES now before the public,
that nets as a Cathartic, easier, milder and more
effectual than any other medicine known. It is not
nnl ft Cathartic but n il'ff r reined V. OCtlllg first OO
tho Liver to eject its morbid matter, then on the
stomach and bowels to carry on tnnt matter, iuU
n enm nl Ishintf two nurnoses effectually, wlthrut
any or tho painful feelings experienced In the oper
ations of most Ofanrticj. It strengthens the
system nt tbo saino time that it purees it, and
when taken daily in modcrato doses, win sirciigin
and build it up with unusual rapidity.
TheLIvr.lt isono 01 tne principal return
tors of tho humanbody.
and when It perform"
its fun.tions well, the' S5
are fully developed, e-"
entirely dependent on ?!
rowers of the system
The Stomach is almost
the healthy action of
;oo ijiver lur tnu pii'v, -
performance ol it"
stomach is at fault, the
functlCS'i "hen tne
bowels are a fault, and 5S
the whole system suf-
fers in consequence or
having ceased to do!
eases of thnt organ one'
made it bis study in a1 j,
!onenrcnn fbeLIt EH
its duty. 1 or the di
!of tho proprietors ha
Jpractlce oi moro man
!fomo remedy where.
wentv year. to lind
with to cnunteroct tl.o,
;many acranscuieuu v
which it is liable.
To prove that this, 'remedy 1-at lajtinnnn,
nn-ar.n .rnnhlrrl Tv 1 L.l XJ t " "
PLAIXT in any of its orms, nas out t" ..j
ootlie.aniiconvicinin la . ........
r from tho svstom. npnlylng In tl-eir
T..t. inn, rr.mr.vo nil mnriin, ui uiu
place a healthy flow of bile, Invlgoratimr the
stomach, cau'inr food to digest well. PI,I!T
FYIXO THE IILOOD, J giving tone nnd hentlh
to the wholo machine--- ry, removing
of the til-case efTcct- inc a radical cure.
ntt.inl'S ATT.ir in A lii Ul-IU.l'. ami
what is BETTER. PREVENTED, by the occa
.Inn.t nfthlt T.IVEH IX VIOOR TO H .
CSor. Hn.n nflnr rat ntr is SUlllClCnt tO rCIICVO lilt'
stomach and prevents the food from rising and
Onlv ono do'o taken bcloro icuring prevents tuc
Only ono doso taken nt nieht, loosens the bowels
gently, and cures C05TIVEXIS. ,.cnI.n:r ,
f inn , n.n ntlrr pnen meal Wl 1 cn ru i, i .-i ... ..-i
T37-Ono doso of two tea-spoonfuls will always
ollni-n Sirrf HTMDACIIE.
Ono bottle taken for female obstruction removes
the cause of the dlseose, and makes a perlecr cure,
Onlv nn. dn.n immediately re loves ijiiui,it,
While ono done often repeated is a mho turn fur
CHOLERA MOIini'S, A a preventive of CHOLERA
TJJ-Only one bottle I needed tn throw out of the
ystem the effect nf medicine after a long slcknc".
557 una uotlie taacn ior o t u ii. iw,".. ....
sallownoss or unnatural cnior ir-nu mu
Ono doso taken n short tlmo before eating give
.-I,, in il,n ftnnptllf. and makes food dlzct well.
. i .. . riinnvin
linn , ne. nllen rcrieiieii. viiii vt....j...
llTAltTllimA In lt worst form', while Sl'MMER
nnd BOWEL complaints yield almost to tho first
Ono or two doses cures attacks caused by WOR MS
In Children; thcro is no surer, safer or speedier
remedy In tho world, jis it rmrr fads.
SfTA few bottles cures tho DROPSY by exciting
Wo tnko pleanro inreeominendingtliismedieinc
ns a preventive for TEVER AXD AfiVE. CHILL
FEVER and all fevers of a BILIOUS T PE. It
operates with certainty, and thoiiFands arc willing
to testify to its wonderful virtues.
All wlio nc it nro ail ins thclr lllillilini
otis testimony in ilsfnvor.
F".Vir Water in the mouth uith the Invigorator,
and iioallaw both toqethrr.
THE LIVER INVIOORATOlt
IS A SCIEXTiriC MEDICAL DISCOVERY,
and Is dally working cures almost too great to bo
lleve. It cures as if by magic, even the first dose
givina benefit, and seldom moro than ono bottle is
required to euro any kind of LIVER COMPLAIXT
from the worst Jaundice or Dyspepsia to a common
Headache, all of which aro tho result of a DISEAS
PRICE OSZ POLLAR PF.R BOTTLE.
DR. SAXFORD, Proprietor,
315 Broadway, Xcw York.
And retailed by all Druggists.
T. A. PECK, Agent.
May 5. diwly
and School Teachers.
rilllE undersigned would respectfully announeo
X to tho purchasers of
that hs has
F A h
l hand, ready for tbo
a full supply of all the jwpular School Books in
use in this section of the eountry. which aro offer
ed at the lowest possible prices. Ills arrangements
are such with tlie Icadlug
Publishers of School Hooks
that he can furnish, in any quantity, on " favor,
bio term. a. can bo benefit In any of the cities.
Orders by Mall or Exrrc promptly answered.
' E. A. FULLER,
Oppaiil, Concert Ilall, 153 Church ,t.
Burlington, Vt., Augu.t, 185S. diw
A COMPLETE and full assortment nf Artl't's
Material., Books of Art, Stidle of tho Hit.
man Flguro, Landcape, Fruits and Flowtrs, etc.,
constantly on hand. Teacher, nnd other urchas.
er. are respectfully Invited to call or order a. will
best suit their convonlenco with tho atsurance cf
Remember the placo, 153 Church street, oppo.
alto Cnnoert nail. E. A. TI'LLER.
Aug. 21. al,,tf-
Miuii'Kit i .tumni-it i i
on nnn noLLS 0F pArEU., lIAX(?'
Olr,UUU Ing. Just received and for .alo
f, r nbout one half or last year'. prUn, and Border,
match, of entire pew .tylei, i t Chlna Hall by
150 Church St
n.lu,.loTi. May Sth. 18i. dAw
LIMIT ' I.IOHT '
tr EUOSEXF. LAMP"1 fr talo at China Hall 1.5
IV Church Street fir ono nail mo usual privy
it. it. n. j
TKT nnt Ike ittk die t for tn HtifJiMi' Jt. H, It.
J Rtmtditi thrrt h ntw lift for all wh1 hnvt faith
in thtm ft
LET HI EM UK THIED
Hadway' Mrthoo or Ccrr is
SIMPLE, QUICK. SAFE AND EFFECTUAL !
There is no pain, however torturous or excrucia
ting, but tint a slmplo npplioatinn of Itndwni's
RraHy lirlirf will Ih'tintly top nnd quickly nlluy
tho most violent ppam, tnflammntlon and conges
tions. There is no dljeno, however long It may
havo become etnhllshed in tho system, whether
constitution.!, chronic, humorous or of alouhomo
character, but that AVit'iy' AVnoutin Hfftvnt
will cxtcrmlmto and inruo nm Itfr, new Wood,
and a nno rirCfn-, thrioghout tho broken down
ano omaciated organization of tho bndj',
If by itiOTularity or otherw.e the nrjrans of the
system bee mic dernnsed and Ineimblo rif perfor
ming their evrrnl tunetionsj if tho T.iver, Heart,
Itowels, Ftimach, madder. Kidneys, Skin, Nerve".
IIlood, rtc., aro nt rault. a doe or two of fi-f-
toiv' ?s,7n'i,irwill retoro health nnd regiiHrity
to overy orrran throughout the body. They force
cneli and every organ to tho niturnl perrormneo
of It duty, and thus keep up a regular and healthy
circulation nf the blood.
If n doo nf urtwv ixfiulntrx wore swallowed
tho moment, a person feel unwell, or when any un
pleasant svmptom appears, there would no no fur
ther trouhlo, for tho dieaed action would bo ar
rested, nnd a jatthy notion re-etnblUhcd. On
ono fact the Me may depend Tint niSKisr cax-
VOT GTlOW tV KIR RYATFf FOUTtrtKn ANh UNDER
the t.vrucxcn rnc n. n. rt. ncMEDins.
RAT1W ."S REDY RELTEF
All the Infirn 'le., aches and pains that are
saddled upon tho ippled bndy, aro readily remo
ved nnd omeldv PTterminated by Radioay t Heady
Ktlief. Tho rapidity with which it stops tho mnst
atrnnl;ln:r pain nnd restores tho Infirm, nervous
nnd bed-rldden tn pnn. entnfnrt nnd renewed bralth
fnrm nnlv a unit nf its truly wonderful power.
Tboo who hive for vcnr lingtred In inlcry, havo
been uddcnlv rrlleved nf all pain, end rnnhlei! In
a few linitrs to rcsnnio the duties nnd labors which
years of diene and decrepitude bate prevented.
Tim great principle Involved in tho wnndnrful
curative pnwers nf Radivay'e Ready Rilief. nre ex
clusively ennfined tn tbee Remedies; and it i tbo
erent medleinal principle nn which these Remedies
nro p-cpareil, that renders them so
CcnTAi.t, Quick Axn Errr.cTiAi.
EVERY F1MTT.Y SIIOtTLT) HE AHMED I
A familvarmPii with Radii'iy't Read ii Relief Rerniia'
ttrt, and Resolvent , nre well fortlfifd, fnrwlth tliefce
remedle" ynn nan re.t, lirrnk up and drive out
the vtem all H.rne that have cvct afuicted hu
manity since tho fall of Adam.
Many dleeai.? that alJiiet humanity nre inherited
ns heirlnnin from tbo dleaed bndics of ickly
irc. cerofuh. Connmpllon, Svpbllia, FH, are
atnonrr tlie mot crmmon of constitutional di-caee
Xnir we eire not how mnnv gtneratlon tne srcl
nf thco diaeneps may have linen p'tiibliebed in the
SVetPin, corrupting thn blood Rodwal's Renovat
ion Urs'hrnt will eradicate from tho hodic of t li
n.ileted every particle of iHeaeed depo.lt. nnd
fill the ieln will- now, pure and healthy blood.
Raduay's Rmtnatni; I':olvmt liould be hailed
a blp"in2 bv rvrrv molhpr thmnLdiotit the land
whrise Infant" aronfilietpd with Sore9. Humor1
.tc. The'p brpnkinga nut (tbti" early) nro evl-
danees nf d!epnp tranniitfpd from the parent
"toclt. A few dosc of tho Rettrvatino Rrsohint
will eradicate every vestige of the dieaec and in
suro tbo cliild a sound nnd healthy body.
A LOXO CABLE Or CERTIFICATES.
Since 1817, when we first commenced our good
work of discovering remedies fur tho relief of tho
pain-ridden and diseased, and preparing tho samo
for public use, wa have thu gratification of claim
ing to havo received moro letters of thanks and cer
tificates of euros than all other medicine manufac
turers and mcdicino practitioners in the world, put
The weight of the paper alone, on nhich said ccr-
1 :atj anl letters of thanks aro written, is over
teutons and if 6aid curtiticatcs were attached to
gctber, in one great roll, it would measure tho im
mense distance of urnry-srtcii thousand seven hun
tired and forty miles.
Among the immenso number of certificates are:
120,0HU Rheumatism eared in from ten minutes to
90,000 Chronic Rheumatism cured In from one
week tosiv week" pain relieved in a ftw
mrracnts after its first application;
100,000 cats nf Tic Doloreux nnd Xcurnlgia
pain stopped in a few moments, nnd cured
in from half an hour to a few days;
100,000 caes of Burn, Scald, Bruies and other
accidents pain stopped in a few mo
ments, and cured in a day or so;
n00,000 Cases of Diarrhcta. Pains stepped in a few
60,000 Cases nf Fever and Ague.
1,000 Ca'cs of Scarlet rover.
100 Cases of Yellow Tever, reported to us.
How many of this fatal disease have been
cured by tho aid nf the Relief, not re
ported, we aro unable tn say.
100,000 Cases of Toothaches. Earaches, Strains,
Lumbagos, and pains in the legs, back,
etc, in from fire to twenty-five minutes.
3.00(1 Case of Asthma.
10.000 Bionchiti. Catarrh, Lung Complaint, etc.,
0 603 Casts of Syphllitlo Rheumatism, Xodes
and o?:er venereal taints.
200,000 Cae of Sick r.ndXervous Headache, Rurl
of Blood to the Head.
5,000 Caes of Cholera (Asiatic) in from fifteen
minutes tn six hours.
Besides thousand and tens of thousands of every
day complaints nf no given name, thnt eve
ry ono Is more or less subject to.
5,01 0 Cases of Dypepsit.
10.0C0 Caes of Skin Dicase, Salt Rheum. Sores
Fore Head, Eves, Leg, Face, Pimple-,
Blotches and Humor of all kinds cured
by the use of Renovating Resolvent. A
change for the better i felt by the sufferer
of tho most loatlTiiine disenie, in a few
hours nftcr a dose of tho Resolvent.
20,000 Case of Custivene, Indigestion, Liver Com
plaints, Heart HUeates, Kidney, Bladder
and Urethral difficultio, cured by a few
doses of HADWAY'S REGULATORS, a
dno of which nnco it week will keep every
orcan in tho svstcm in a healthy condition
and foico tbein to a due performance of
Ui R. R
To conclude, wo would state tint Raduay's Ready
R'"ef Is an external and internal Remedy; that it
Is npiissiblo for p tin to exist in tbo system that is
nn.i.r it. Iniliipncn its'life-nulekenlnir power in-
ftisi strength tn the weak, feeblo nnd infirm. Xo
matter what the cause of tho pain maybe, a dote or
application will intantly stop it.
Radioay's Regulator, nro in the form nf Pills
elegantly coated with gum. nnd when taken will
not occasion nausea nr i-kne their office risk
regulate the nrgan and f the system tn a healthy
regular action, tn rqnall'" tho circulation of the
blond, nnd expel all difficulties and causes of de.
rAnnnmnnt fmm the liver. Ftomach bowel, kids
neys, heart, skin, nerves, bladder, nnd thus curing
rapidly all diseases located In cltncr oi tne orsari
of tho'hndy or in tho general system. Evi:nv la.
PV RllOCtn KEEP A BOX OF T11F.SE PlLlS 01 HASP.
TlinV ARE TIIE MOST CERTAIN REOVLAIORS VOtT
CAN TAKE. ... r
Radway', Reaavatinq Resohent i for tho cure of
all diseases of a chronio, constitutional, or scrofu
SKIN ERUPTIONS, SORES, SALT RHEUM,
HUMORS, do. These remedies are pleasant to
take, quick In action, and safe. Xo injury can
result from their use. Let the eick give them a
trial, ,. ,
RAD WAY A CO., 162 Fulton-st., Xew ork.
R. R. R. Remedies are sold by all respectable
Drueglstsln tbe United States and Canada., and
by Merchants in places whero there Is no Drug?
Spasmodic Aflections, Tains In tho Side, Cbctt and
Stomach, Sca-.lckncts, Ac, Ac.
Printers will find It a valuablo remody for
This standing remedy for tho above-mentioned
ailments, I. for salo In Burlington (by the gro. or
ingle bottle,) by T. A. PECK and A. C. SPEAR;
In Winooski, by J. W. WEAVER.
Full directions for use accompany each bottle
1 CJTAXDAUD Thermometers, correct! bothFah't
i7) nnd Renumer Thermometers all llie. moro
correct than common ones on sale by
J F BRINSMAID Agen'
y 'I daw
ii ,, ''ML lyV fT
It A I L It 0 A 1) S .
(ircal Xorliicrn mid Western
R OUT E.
vftit'i'iii'.itx' tfl. '. It AIl.ltOAl).
90 Miles sand between llwlinelon f Chicayo
hi this Itoutc.
'ITUl'ST TRAIN leates House's Point BOO A. M
i' arrives at Ogdensburgh at 1 1 25 A.M.,ccmitct
log nt Potsdam with Potsdom and Vi ntcilowii Lull
road for Wntertonn, Rune, Syracuse, liochesttr
Niagara Polls, Buffalo, Cleveland, Cincinnati at.d
the West, Wa. Lako Shore; and at Ogdepsburgh
connect with Oinnd Trunk Railroad frr Lytowi ,
Kingston, 'loronto, Hamilton, Detroit, Chicago r.d
all points South and Vi est,
SECOXD TRAIN leaves Route's Point at r.i),
P. M, or on tl.e arrival of tbe Trains fr'ui tb?":
niont Central Itallrtnd, arrlto t OgdousWgb 8 JU
P. M., connecting with Grand Trunk Helipad fo .
alt points West.
K E T U K N INGi
FIRST TRAIN leaves Ogdensburgh ot 8 00 A.M ,
arrives at Rouse's Tolnt i 10 P. M. Connects with
tho Vermont Central nnd arrives at Burlington at
7 10 P.M., making connections with all Railroad
Lines South nnd East.
sreriNTi TUAIN leates Ordcnsburch at, 2 20
M. orrli-P. t Ttr,o' Point at 800 P. M. (to
lodge,) connecting as above, and with Champlain
and St.Law rence Railroad for Montreal and Quebec.
Tickets for the abote Routes can be procured at
nt all stations rn tho Vt. Central Railroad, and of
M. L. CHURCH, Burlington, M.
VLV. V. liuiljr., oupi.
January 4, 185S. febl3diw
VKR3IOXT CENTHAT. HAU.HOAI),
FA IJ. ARRAN'i KM 1 .
Choice of Route for
Chicago and the West
NORTHERN, WESTERN, BRITISH ant C S
To Commence Monday, Oct. 11, 1856
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
Tl KAVK llurlingtrn nt 0.10 A. M. and 5.50 P.
1-J M. MallTraliiccnncttsiit Windsor and White
Illepr .limpllnn witli trains leatini; IUton and
Springfield at7.30 A.M samo day A from New York
the pretious day nt 4.uu r. .m. : icate n nii-.,r m
l.flj P. M. connects nt Rouses Point with train I'm
Montreal tho next morning nnd with train for Og
densburgh, Toronto, Detroit, Chicago, and the
West, via Grand Trunk and Great Western, or vis
Rome, N. Y. Central and Lake Shore Railroads,
making the shortest, best nnd most reliable route
from New England to tlie West.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN connect nt Wind
snr with tialn leasing Xew York at 8,00 A. M.,
and nt Wblto River Junction with train Icating
Boston at noun, stop oicr night at Xorthficld, nnd
proceed next morning nt 8.00, connecting at Rouses
Point with the Express Tram for the west.
TRAINS OOIXG SOUTH.
Lente Burlington at 7.35. A. M. and 5.50 P. M.
MAIL TRA1X connect at Routes Point with
trains from Ogdensburgh und Montreal, nt l'tir
lingtun with traim fi r Trey and Albany, at V bite
Riitr Junction wit1 trains for Boston ur.d Xcw
York, arriving In Bo-ttnnt 0,40 P.M., and in
Xcw York at 11.41 P. M.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN connect. t
Rou-c Point with trains fie in tho west am
Montieal, nt Burilrgton with Lake Champlain
Steamer! and the Rutland Rend, at White River
Junction with train for llostrn, Lnwcl, Worcester,
Ac, nrriting in Ilo'lrm nt 1,00 P. M., next day,
earlier than any ctlur route) and in New Ys,rk at
1.20 P. M.
Through Tickets for Chicago, Uctit.it, and Ui
West, lor tale at Hp i rlr.cif.nl statknr.
R. SHERBURNE, Superintendent.
Xorthficld Oct 11. 1659.
lU'TI.ANll Ac BUItMNC.TON II.
iX and after Wednesday tho 13th Inst., Trains
' leave the Rutland and Burlington Depot,
8.50 A. M., Mail Train for Boston, Lowell, Wor
cester, springneid, iroy, Aioeny, new
7.15 P. M., Acctmmodatlon Train for Rutland.
Trains apive at Burlington as follows
S.45 A. M., Acctmmodatlon from Rutland.
30 P. M., Mall Train from Boston, Lowell,
Worcester, Springfield, Xcw York Ac.
E. A. CI1APIX, Sup't.
Burlington, Oct. 11, 1658. diwtf
PURIFIES and strengthens tho blood by eradi
cating throuuh a nice chemical action, the
eaues of impurities and humors. Hence its pow-
or to cure humors that mero medicine cannot cure.
Ilence its power of strengthening and vitalising the
hlood. It furnishes to a certain extent, the elo-
nent of which nure blood is composed. It eradi
cates and cleansos away whatever clogs and thick
ens tbo blood.
ARNOLD'S VITAL FLUID
renters the system strong and healthy, by freeing
the blood and stomach from objectionable materials.
It nervos and purifies the system, by lurnlsning tn
elements which gi ve vitality.
ARNOLD'S VITAL FLUID
gives strength to the system, influence and effect
nitarto that pro luce 1 ov exeroiso in tne iree
pan air. It exhil irate) by strengthening the
tool ti brighter aa 1 bitter aition loing its work
ybegiaain at ths beginning. It is pleasant to
ho tate, an! becomes a favorite wherever known.
ARNOLD'S VITAL TLUID
remotes biliousness in tho most direct and easy
manner, by neutralising the cause. ltiis Is the
principle nf its action in removing illness general
ly. It neutralises tho causo by freeing the blood
from Impediments to Its proper fulfilment of its
life giving functions. This principle of neutral
ising tho caue, Is why
t AXOLD'S VITAL TI.UID CURE 5 HUMOR
hat mero mcdicino cannot sensibly effect, and why
't cures diseases RESULTixn rnou poisons is tul
blood, that mere medicinel preparation cannot al
leviate. Humors aro poinn in tho blood and it i
by tbcirchcinic.il action in u;utraliiing those poi
ARNOLD'S GLOBULES AND VITAL FLUID,
are enabled tn cure them.
TESTIMONY ! TESTIMONY ! TESTI
MONY ! ! TESTIMONY ! ! !
MF.liFoun, Mass., May, 1856.
.Messrs. Uurr, Tcter A Co., Boston.
Gents : I feel it incumbent uimn mc as a duty
which I owe to you and the public, to make the
following statement in regard to the remarkable
power of Arnold's Tluld.
Tor moro than a year my wife s mother and
threo of my children wore afhictcd with a malig
nant humor, the character of which eminent why
sicians wcro unable to determine or prescribe a
successful remedy for. After trying many huraoi
remedies, I was induce.! to make uso of Arnold
Globules nnd Vital Fluid, which I am most hap
py to say hits entirely cured them, For tho benefi
of others likewise afflicted, I would say that no
language of commondation which I can use is too
strong for the merits of these lastly celebrated
C. 11. SHERMAN.
Glubulcs 2i and 50 cents per box. Vital Fluid
50 cents and SI per bottle.
Sold in Burlington by Tbeo. A. Peck.
Aeriiultural and Horticultural Purposes
1 Ili ACRES OF VALUABLE LAXD, SIT
IO uatcd on tbe west side of the roa4 lead.
Ing to the mouth of Winooski River, and two miles
north of the Court House Square. About 65 acres
of the tract is covered with' a heavy growth of
mixed Wood, tho remainder Is Meadow of good
quality. Tho soil is a sandy loam, admirably
adapted to the raising of Vegetables, Fruits, etc.
Living water Is on a portion rf the tract, and on
any part permanent water can be obtained at the
depth of a few feet. '
Tho Lake, and the Islands and the Mountain
Ranges both East and West, are in full view.
The land is bounded cn three side's by public toads,
and it well fenced.
Xho abovo described tract of land is now offered
entire, or in parcels of 10 acre, cr moro to suit
purchasers. A portion of wood land will hoof
fercd with each portion of meadow sold, there
by giving tbo opportunity to purchase a. Complete
Farm in such quantity a. may bo desired.
A rare opportunity is offered in tie above, to
any person of limited means, xo seciire to aimseu a
a farm of such Ue, and of (ueh proportion, of
meadow and wood land a. may be dairl.b!e.
Term, of payment will be made easy.
S. ncsirMOTOir, er
J. B. Wnirttii.
Burlington, 'Aug. 13, 185.. diwtf.
C.ENT.'S THtESS BOOTS,
MADE of fruit Calf and Patent Leather, just
A. PROUIV, JR.
COPVINfi VUESSES, INK A- nOOKS,
FOR salo at HUXTIXGTOX 3 BOOKSTORE.
Juno 7, 1R58. lAw
I71IFTY small Boxes choice, early-made Honey
1 aro offered for fifty .mall .uma of early-paid
A. S. DEWEY.
Sept. 21. 185?.
CLOCKS in great variety iuit received
J E, BRINSMAID, Ai
FIXE TIMEKEEPER CAN BE OBTAINED
for little money, either in Gold or Silver
a, large or .mall, thick or tmn.ai -o. I, oanii
BRIXSM AID A HILDRETII