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THE FREE PRESS BURLINGTON, FRIDAY MORNING- ATJG-UST 5 .1859,
S. 31. PETTEXGILL & 's
i 10 Mate o'.(
119 Xassau St., An I"j 4
,ro tho A genU for the
S. M. P.01":1 m07 influential and largest
Free Press and the jn lhe Unile(1 states and
STeEaL. Tbt - authored tocontract for
us at our ""' ra'"
Utorucy & Counsellor at Law.
BURLIXGTO , Jiiv
May 29, dly-
C. Ij. , "BENEDICT.
commi.-wuoser roR the
. ITE OF VERMONT, IX XEW YORK.
Office 74 Wall Street.
C.. G. BENEDICT,
commissioner ron the
STATE OF NEW YCrtK.
f't Fret Press Room; Ilurhnfttn,
CEOKCi: F. EDMUNDS.
tuorncy & Counsellor at Law.
AXD .SOLICITOR IX CHAXCERY.
"ASco over Commercial Bank, Burlington, Vt.
X. PECK, Jit., V
RETAIL HEALERS IN
!) it Y G 0 0
" IJ E E HIVE
'"rnrr of Church and College tit.,
if. rECK, jr., D. B. psck, J
ALlJIiUT G. STRONG,
lliirliiigfon Wagon Axles,
.Mill andCireular Saws,
awl Mechaniss' Tool;.'
AEAM .SHELF HARDWARE,
i.-, Hound, Squtirc, Octagon, and Flat
CAST .STEEL HOU.SE TRIMMIXGS,
CARRIAGE AND STEEL SPRINGS
Sullery and. Carriago Trimmings, Wagon Springs,
pritic Steel, Ac, Ac.
WILLIAM G. SHAW,
COKMISSIOXER FOR TIIE STATES OF
MAINE, X. HAMPSHIRE, .MASSACHUSETTS,
RHODE ISLAXI), COXXECTICUT, XEW
V'tWC, ILLINOIS, MICHIGAN, WISCONSIN
mo and IOWA.
Burlington, Vt., Aug. 25th, 1859. d.twtf
HOUSE, SIGN AND CARRIAGE
PAINTING, GRAINING, PAPER IIAXGIXO
pone tn skrrt notio and in gool stylo by
S. H. RUSSELL.
At the old Maud of Russell .t Spaulding, Snel
trnrn Street, opposite American Hotel.
April 13 tii ls'59. do3m
I tare peroral barrels of excellent toft soap,
which will be sold in large or small quantities,
very taw. A. S. DEWKY.-apr21
S A V
S AW S
ARE, I O K T E 11 A- C O.,
FIS1IERVILLE, X. H.,
niERE they keep a large assortment and
manufacture to order all me various Kinus
.r CIRCULAR and other .V.lU'i' that are used
in the Unite.! States and Canada.
STbo large Circular Saws are ground by a
Machine, made expressly for the purpose, oonto
leiitly are much truer and superior to those
ground in the usual manner.
Those in want of Saws are respectfully invitod to
at short notice, ami all orders promptly executed.
List of Prices rent by mail to persons desiring
C. GAGE, GEO. PORTER.
J. C. GAGE, I. IC. GAGE, II. 31. ROLFE.
Fisfeersvillc, Xov. 25, 1858. wly22
X. II. BALLOU, 31. 1).,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Ofticc South side of the Square, in American
April 27, 1S59. w6ni
CARRIAGE AND SLEIGM A K IXC
THE OLD STAXD OF
J O II X K . R It A V ,
C10RNER of King and Champlain Streets, Bur
' lington. All work warranted of tho best do
Almost all kinds of
CARRIAGES AXD SLEIGHS
kept constantly on hand. Also,
Matched Spruce Flooring, plained and thorough
rlllVED AND CEDAR SHINGLES.
warranted. 100,000 feet of Strip Lath. Xorway
Pino Flooring, thoroughly seasoned. Hemlocks
Boards and Cedar Posts for fencing. .Machine
Sawed Clapboards, C feet long.
J "PIXE CLAPBOARD,
planed, 13 ft.
Inquire at the shop of
JOHN K. GRAY,
lorner of King and Champlain sts.
June IS ST.
AT COST, AXD LESS TIIAX COST,
FOR A EIIORT TIME, AT
C II IX A II A L I, ,
150 CHUHCII STREET, ir.o
S. S. BROWX.
Burlington, March 1", 1853. dAwtf.
Printed at Xo. 6 College .Strtet, Burlington, Vt.
GEO. W. A- R. R. BENEDICT,
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of societies public institutions or companies.
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ciusiray, an aa.aiuon.ol 2o per cent, is made
upon regular rates.
Baath, and marriage. Jn.crtea grati, for sub-
rtbers. Notices offnnr.r.1. o? .t.. ni.!. I
scribers: Notices of funera.li 25 csati.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
MILES A nOWE, Church Street, Manufactu
rers of and dealers in Ladies, Gents, and
Childrens Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Ties, of every va
riety and stylo. Wo have now on hand a very
of desirable Goods for the Spring trade, at prices
to accommodate all classes of tho community. Al
I!ool, Shoes nml Gnilcru
Ladies, Gentlemen, and Childron, manufacturel
or order in tho most Fashionable Style, and ward
BY THE CASE, DOZEX OR SIXGLE nAT.
"757E ar0 now receiving Straw Hats for
7 t Gentlemen, Mie mM Trails, which
we can and will sell, cither at Wholcsalo or Retail
at a very low mark.
Buying our Goods by the case, in largo quan
tities, enables us to sell at Wholesale as
LOW AS CAX BE BOUGHT IX THE Cm
Country Morchants will tave time and money by
giving ui a call.
LARGEST STOCK OP HATS Ar CAPS
over exhibited in Vermont all to be sold as low
as at any other House m or out of the City.
PIeae call and oxamino Good? and prices.
X. ALLEX t CO.
April 7th, 1S59. d6tw3w
LL PERSOXS having Wool of all kinds, r
V ?hep's PMts. and wanting t exchange w
AVOOLLEX GOOD? Casnmere or Nannel. of vs
riens colors; or pay for making, can De a"n:""
dated at my Mill on roasonable terms, for
or Wool. . r VIi
ALSO ST0CKTXG-YARX. made -t go"
wool, and warranted perfect, readv fr " ,
TIIKODOHK D. lA-'IA.
Xorth Ferrisburgh, April i, 1S59- wtr
DOORS. I? T. I X I) S
THE subscribers have just set up a complete
sot of new and improved mhinerv for the
manufacture of POORS, SASH 4 ''LAD.",
of till description.
They are nlo prepared to execute al orjW-i for
PLANING OR RTJTTrNO LPMRER,
OF ALL PATTERNS
from Incli to S inelics.
They would call particular attention to their
OF DOORS. SASn AND RLTXDS,
which, for durability andbcantv. EXCEL hy far
any thine of the kind ever o(Terel in hi market.
Also STATU WTITVOTXG of nil kind,
including RATL. XEWEL, and BAXIPTERP.
o'f any "tvlo and material deired, specimens of
which msv bo ecn at our Shop.
All work delivered at the harves or JepnU
free of charge.
Shop, South end of the
Pioneer MrniNE Pnnp.
CHASE & SMITH.
Burlington, April 1, 1S59. wly
LOOK HERE. RE T TUTS!
Who Wants Profitable Employment !
VOEXTS aro making from SI to $S per dar in
a bnine. honorable, pleant and adapted
tolocal or travelling Acent, Merchants. Mechan
ic, or anvbodv. An article unurpaed in excel
lence, with a constant and increainir demnnd, wll
be sold at one fifth tho regular retail price; ovcrv
dollar invested returns five. An acrent i wanted
in every town. Package can be cnt by cxprc's
to any part of the V. S. A.
For particular nddrc.with inclo.ed stamp,
DR. W. W. HIBB BD,
w41-Cm Bramlnn Vt.
C? HI UTS neatlv and TnoRorrr.ui.v made to order
Oat low prices at the
SKWIXO P UlLOK.
No. fi Colloge ft.
SKIRTS SKIRTS !
T- adie! SKIRTS tucked and stitched in the
J neatest manner. Children's drees stitched,
aod all kind of plain rind ornamental sewinjrdone
promp ts and well, at the
mar2l Free Pret lluil ling.
"R TT Y
rnllEY arc the Best Calicoes yet offered to the
1 l'ublic for the money.
Al HOLES kl.T AOFNT.
HPFOIti:ST. AR3ISTROVG A- CO.
X E TV YORK.
rriHE suliscriber would re spec t full v annonnce to
E bis friends and the l'aulie, that ne mav ne
found at the residence of Mr. J. M. I.i vrnvoTte,
in Ilinerfmreh, where he i prepared to prforn
all Dental Operations, and to warrant tnti-farivm.
All who are desirous of obtaining a GOOft SET
OF ARTIFICIAL TEETH, will find it for
their advantaco to call. The best of reference.
given. Application?- for information, bv mail,
prompt! v attended to. G. IV. SHATTTCK.
Hinesburgh, April 7th, 1R59.
THE SFBSCBIBER would respectfully an
nounce to the people of Burlington and vi
cinitv that heha rented and fitted np the build
inc second door lelow Lovely's Hotel, where he if.
prepared to bleach and pre Bonnets and Hats of
every description, in the best style and in tjie
latest fahion. Alo,
ROXXETS A XT) HATS 'COLOR FT)
of anr shade ordered. Ladies' and Cnildren's Hats
re-finished at short notice.
Millinery work o-dered by Exjiress will lie
promptly and faithfully done, and on reasonable
W. PEHC. JR.
Burlington, Vt., April 23111, 1P59. wim
V A I A T S .
TAM reccivins mv SPHTXG STOCK of
PAINTS. LTXSEED OIL and VARNISHES,
consisting in part of
Atlantic Lead ; American and French Zinc; Flor
1 race "White; Hampden Permanent. Pnri. -hernii.
Imperial and Chrome Green: Chrome
Yellow; French Yellow; Venetian Red:
Whiting; Putty; United Oil: Furni
ture, Coach and Peman Varnnh; qV. ffe.
. In consequence of the laree amount of impure
Linced Oil and Paints sold, I have made arrange
ments with roliablo parlies to furnish mo with a
puro article, which I will warrant should they
prove otherwise, T will take them bnk and re
fund the money. Mv price, at all times, are a
LOW AS THE LOWEST, for a pure article.
II. H. DOOL1TTLE.
Burlington, Vt., April 5, 1R59. wly
"WOOD'S XEAV 3IOWER.
THE "LITTLE G I A X T,"
TS now offered to the Farmer as the lightest
ehcipcst and easiest working midline in use,
warranted to do good work, and do it easier than
any other machine.
Price of two-horso Machine, $S0
" ' one-horse " 70
Orders will be promptly f,Icd, and Machines
started, if desired. For sale by H. H. Doolittle,
T C" ,V- STRONG, Agent.
June 13th, '59.
P. S. Wc continue to Fe the .Manny Patent
as formerly. wSUw
TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS.
II I G II S C II O O I. .11 o X T II E A L.
tt. Ii. v.. r KOXTEAT, Professor of tho
Trench Lancuace ami r.iAntnr in (1...
University of McGill College, Montreal, receives
a limited number of boarders, boing pupils in tho
High School Department of the University.
His residence is in the College buildings, at the
.uui mi mo mountain, ami is sarroundod by a Park.
gymnasium, cxclus vely f0T the boardors, is
ULl'LCUUU 113 IX,.
xno interior arrangements aro of tho most
unexceptionable order and comfort.
lliel rench language is spoken and taught in
Particular care is taken in tho observance of
uaily religious exercises.
Apply for Prospectus to Professor Frontcau, at
References kindly permitted to I. W. DAWfox,
LL.D., Principal of the University.
riuj.jii JWJLD1XGS, CENTRE
is l lltulXu,
WAT En WHEELS,
OF ALL Kivns
FURXISHED OX SHORT XOTICE.
Also, all kinds of MACHINE. TnnriTX'o nr.
PAIRING. Blacksmithinrr. w
rMakinc. and ovcrv descrintinn TTtov f! AST-
6npphed 40 rdcr with disteh-
J P PT.lrnT?n5
July 5. n6m
EDWARDS Sc STEVENS
MACHINISTS' TOOLS, PAPER MACHINE
RCULARSA WMIL LS, STARCH Ml 1- L
grime's improved smut mills, and all mmf
mill gearing and siiafting.
Also Agents for and manufacturers of TYLEU'S
Improved Vertical Scroll Water Wheel, the most
compact, portable and economical wheel yet inven
ted. LEATHER AXD RURRER BELTIXG
for sale at manufacturers prices.
EDWARDS .t STEVEXS.
Winooski Falls, Vt May 18, 1S5S. dAwtf.
The Rrcat Secret at la't Attained ! !
Worth, Elegance and Cheapness Combined,
In Train TiiVMrmsnffTi1.
Jitui nil i-i"i mn
TnE only preparation for preserving the Hair
from falline off and restoring new hair to bald
heads that it highly perfumed. It not only imparts
a brilliancy to the hair, causing it to taeorao soft
and glossy, but it invigorates the roots, giving new
life and vigor to the same, causing the hair to grow
with renewed onenry, producing new hair upon
bald bends removing dandruff, scurf, Ac, Ac. We
venture the assertion that there never was produc
ed, an article that has obtained so wide a impulnritv
in soshortatime,a.sthis MOTT'S IXVIGORATOR
and that it will produce a new growth of hair upon
bald heads when properly used, according to di
rections, (unless the hair is lost on account of ad
vanced age,) is placed beyond all question, as very
many now using it in our immediate vicinity, could
Letters are daily received from different individ
uals, expressing approbation, and preference for
this over any and all other dressings, however
Ladies will find that it will enable them to dress
their hair in any shape so that it will keep its
place, and at the same time render it soft and
gloss without being so very greasy.
Allow me here to remark the difference of this
from other preparations which claim to darken the
hair. There are articles under the naina of Hair
Restorers, AVashos. Ae., Ac. at rrorhilant price.
composed of Lac Sulphur and distilled water, which
claim to color the hair existing upon the head at
the tinio of application but make no pretensions of
changing, virtually, the color of the hair which may
grow after its ue, hence tho necessity of a constant
application. Yet that any lady or ccntleraan can
tolerate for a moment the scont n-ising from their
BP the odor of which is retained for a great
Iencth of time seems an impossibility.
Wo do not claim for Professor Mori's Invigora
top, that it colors the hair now rrittinq -upon the head,
but we do claim, and upon pos'tivc. testimony, that
on continuing its uo until tho decaying roots of
crey hairs are nourished, and new life and vigor
given them, that they will be restored to their
natural color ever afterwards. And aido from the
virtue of the article in the above use, its odor is so
very beautiful, and its perfume is retained for such
a lencth of time, that it will command the patron
age of a discerning public.
It is the cheapest preparation ever before offered
to the public, the twentv-five cent bottles contain
ing one-third more than other twentv-Gvecont kinds,
whilst the fifty cent bottlos contain more than the
one dollar bottles from other manufactures, and yet
this invienrator is in the possession of all the mer
it of a higher clsss perfumery.
A. J. GREEN,
S. A. GREEN, Froprtror.
Sold in Burlington by J. W. Roby Co., and T.
A. Peck; Colchester, Drurv. .1 Macomber.
Painesvillc; J. S. Storrs .t Son. TVinooski.
Milton, L. Bnnr.Es. A- Co.. Nei.sov Funrmi.n'.;
Fairfax. K. H. Wells; Fletcher, E. Br.un. Jr. .
and E.Safford; Cambridze. L. L. A E. H.wmi.
P. Spencer; Johnson. S. Hrxmvo; Underbill. I..
P. Carltov, and C. W. Reynolds; Jericho. T.. P.
Howies, and E. H. Lane A Co.; Richmond. H. A.
Hodges, and E. B. Green.
Agents will be appointed in every Town in the
January 15, 159. w30mC
FOR THE RAPID CURE OF
Stralchn, Calls. Snrrs. Galh. Flesh Wmi-J.
fimli lihrum. Sprains, Wrrnrhrs. A r. , tt r.
3 to 0 applications will enre the wort case ,,f
2 apo'ieations will mrc Galln and Flesh
f applications will cure Founder, when taken
rin it early stage. After the disease is
Fseated it cannot b wholly cured. This
""Ointment, however, will provo very ben
eficial. 1 to 2 applications will nre Sores and Crack in
Cows' Teats. Farmers try it ! the effect in
healine such Sores is trulv macieal.
J to i applications will care Salt Rheum Sores.
1 to 2 applications will enre Chapped, Sore, and
Cracked Hand", in the healing of which it
has a vei y powerful effect.
From the many testimonies in our hands, we se
lect a few for rnWieation. Ma. Stinehovr, a
signer of of the following letters, was, for a
period of shoot ten years, the proprietor of aline
of stages from Burlington. Vermont, to St. Johns.
Canada East, a distance of about sixty miles ; and
within that period he applied this Ointment to over
five hundred hvrsci . and never in any instance was
obi i zed to take hi horses from the road on account
of Lameness, Stiffness in the Joints, Galls, or
Mr. L. D. Herwck is the proprietor of the well
known ''Blaekhawk" horse, known as the "Her-
We also present herewith a letter from J. L.
Sakpersov, the present proprietor of the St. Al
bans and Richford and the St. Albans and Bakers
field line of stages, a party who has been engaged
for the last fifteen years in the stage business.
Higbgate, June 7th, 185R.
Mr. A. J. Green.
Dear Sir : Having used, and known of the effect
of Dr. Hexry's Elwtric Owtubxt. so called, as
a cure for Scratches, and knowinz, from our long
experience in dealingm horses, that this disease is
very prevalent, and. under ordinary treatment.
very daheerous, we do take great pleasure in re
commending this Ointment to the commnnitv at
large as a rcand note remedy tor scratches, leei
ing confident that its merits will be acknowledged
on a tnnl of the same.
L. D. HERRICK.
St. Albans. Vt., Jan. 4th, 1S5S.
Mr. A. J. Gref.x.
Dear Sir : Tn renl ' to vonrsof theltint., rel
ative to I)r. Hevry's Electric Ointmevt, for the
cure of Scratches, I would say that I have used
this Ointment, and consider it one cf the best rem
edies for that disease with which T ever became ac
quainted : anil lane pleasure in retimiiiii-uuiujc
same to all who own Dorses, ns a very aesiraoie
modicino to have constantly on hand, as an appli
cation in time, or when the disease first manifests
itself, will heal ovcrv appearance of the sore, and
remove all lameness. I have also found it excel
lent for Flesh Wounds, Galls. Calk, .tc.
I am yours truly,
J. L.' SANDERSON.
It is well known to nil, that horses exposed to
tho mud, in the spring and in the fall, are liable to
become lame, from the effeet of Scratches ; and
then follows a lone delay in their use ; when one
application of this Ointment in time, would have
cured the disease. Hence we urge all tn provide
themselves with a remedy.
This Ointment has been found to posses virtues
in curing Salt Rheum never beforeattained by any
remedy for this disease ; and we can assure all
those troubled with the Salt Kbeiim, or with
Chapped rr Cracked Hands, that with a few appli
cations they ma- dry those .ores entirely up.
Plenso try it once, and convince vonrsell.
For sale by tho Agents ofl'rofessorMott's Magic
ft. K. iiiiiiKA, 1'roprieior.
Jan. 15. 1S59. wflm
J. W. ROHY A- CO.,
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Corner CIini -!i mill (Y.!Ii- Slr.-pl-.,
6 1 AX find, at tlm subscriber)!, an assortment of
Dissecting Uises, of tho best manufacture aud
for sale at low prices.
J. W. ROBY A CO.
RECEIVED this day, a new supply of Prof.
-Wood's Hair Restorative, Also, llurnott's
Cooonine, an artielo whiefa gives universal satis
faction as a dressing for hair.
J. W. ROBY A CO.
T UBIN'S EXTRACTS, Jockey Club, Blessed
JLiRaby, New-mown Hay, West End, Patchouly,
Musk, Ac, 4'e. Also, Lubin's Lavender Water,
and Dubin's Sf Piorre's Frangipani.
For sale by J. W. ROBY .t CO.
rjlIIEGenuino German Cologne; also, Cologne
oi our own manuiacture. made aoonnlini- to
the most approved French recipes. For solo by
J. W. ROBY .t CO.
4"IL0TH, Hair, Teeth and Nail
good assortment at
J. W. ROBY
BUSH'S Argentine, Bachelder's Premium, and
Water's Liquid Hair Dyes: the best articles
of the kind in use. For sale by
J. W. ROBY A CO.
II E X RY H . DOOLITTLE.
WHOLESALE AXD ItET.MI. DEALER IK
Heavy and Shelf Hardware,
comprising nn extensive assortment of
HOUSE TRIMMIXGS, MFCHANICS' TOOLS,
SADDLERY, TABLE AXD l'OCKET CUTLERY ETC.
mil, Cross-att and Circular Saws ;
Steel Springs; Pump Chain; Axes;
Ames1 Shovels; Paints; Otis; Win
dow Glass; Carriage Bolls, c$c.
AXD DEALER IX
Agrtriiltiirn! Implement nnl Mnrlimc:
Field, Gardex axd Flower Seeds.
AGENT OF BURLINGTON A VICINITY FOR
Prouty .t Mears celebrated Centre-Draught
Plows; R. Tabcr A Co.'s Plow?; Blanchard's,
Perkins, Me?sCr t Colby's Scythes; tho eennino
lirookfield Forks; Whceier, Mellick .t Co.'s Horse
Powers and Threshers; Manny's Mowing and Reap
ing Machines; Wood's Improvement, Ac, Ac.
MY STOCK OF PARMIXG TOOLS
IS VERY LARGE, SUCH AS
Corn-Shellors, Straw-Cuttors, Churns, Patrick's
Cheese-Press, Horse-Rakes, Hand-Rakes, Fan
ning Mills, Grain Cradles, Snaths. Manure
and Hay Forks, Hay-Knives, Cattle
Ties, Halter, Trace and Binding-Chains,
Scythe-Stones, .tc, .tc.,
all of which I am prepared to
SELL AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
There are many articles in the Hardware and
Agricultural Line that arc not kept in the country
should any desire any such articles. Twill, at
all times, order them with pleasure at tho lowest
Apl 3, 1R50. wly UURL1XGTOX, VT
P A T E X T W E A T II E R-P It O O F
rgTHOSE intending to purchase Window Blinds
- are hereby informed that tho undersigned
will manufacture Kelly's Patext 1 t'rATMER
proop Wixpow Bli.vps, at tho shop of Jhase .t
Smith, south end of Pioneer Shop, whor- bo can
bo found during business hours. All enquirics'o
orders by Mail promptly attended to.
Those wishing to purchase Town. County
State Rights can trade with me. J. II. G IBB,
Burlington, April 15, 1S59. w41m3
L Y 31 A
AS again returned from New York with
another lot of I) ESI It A It LE GOODS.
and at price that are almost incredible, neverthe
less are true; just look.
l$O0 yards Fine Paci'ic Lawns, fast colors, at the
astonishing low price of 10 cents a yard.
1000 yards Challies, at 1?J a 15 cents.
3000 " " French and American Print, fi to 21 cts.
Parasols, Shawls, Gloves an I Hosiery, Linen Hdkfs,
etc., etc., cheap ! ciieap ! ! CHEAP ! ! !
I invite all those in want to call and examine,
as they will find my goods as represented; and if
not cheap, then I am mUtaken.
June 1G, ls"S. w.iltf
For sale by H. A. ll('i';r.-, Richmond,
C. IV. UltoVi NEI.I.. Essex Junction,
v,. r. .-toiiuk. ,..ki Falls.
June 17. Mwltn
00 IIORSE RAKE-. 200 ,l,7. Hand Rakes.
J 50 Drag Rakes. For miIk Wholesale and Re
tail by II. II. DOOLITTLE.
College St., Burliogt m. June 28. wiw
SCYTHES AXD SXATIIS.
! 00 doz. Blanchard Sc the. 50 doi. Phillips,
Meser, i oii.y .t o. j doz. Lamson s anatbt.
25 doz. Clapp' Snalh.
For sale Wholesale and Retail by
II. H. DOOLITTLB.
College St., Burlington, June 2. 1851). wlw
W O O I) As 11 It O W X ,
TILE FOR LAND DRAINING,
VERMONT STATE TILE WORKS.
On the Xorth Shore of Mallett's Bay. Colchester.
Post office address, WEST
W W. A . TRACY. M. I)..
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office, South side of Square, in Wheeler's Block.
Residence on Union St., Burlington, Vt. w6m
GKKAT EX C ITEM EXT
at the fjCoraer Store.
I I AS just received another caso of those fine
KEAI'TIFI I, PRINTED MTSMNS.
warranted perfectly f.it colors at the low price of
10 ('wits a Yard !
lhe Cheapest Goods ftrr brouejht
Evcrybi dy invited to call and examine.
REM EMU ER AT
June 23. wtf
'Sie (ircal Musical Bazaar
a x n
C S T O It E .
M IJ S I
W. PARTRIDGE, having just roturncd
from Boston and New York, now offers
tho largest and !est assortment of SHEET
MUSIC, both new pndold; tho best assortment of
NIXGIXG HOOKS, both sacred and secular;
with IXSTRUCTIOX ROOKS for all kinds of
Musical Instruments, Kinging, Thorough Bas and
Harmony, of the most approved, kinds that can be
found north of the cities.
Also the largestand most complete assortment of
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Ac.
Mutes; Flnte-Flagolctt; Octave Flutes; Picolos;
Fifes and Flagolett; Violins; Guitars, from the
bct makers as Martin, Hall .t Son. Ac; Dulci
mers; Banjos and Tamborincs; Tuning Forks and
Tuning Hammers; Clnrionetts and Clarionctt
Reeds; Aecurdeons; Flutinas; all kinds of Strinfs
for stringed Instruments; Violin Rows, Bridges
Pegs, Finser-boards and Tail pieces, Rnw-tairnnd
Rovin: Wood and Paper Boxes for Guitars and
Violins; Tenor and Small Drums; Galvanized,
Gutta Perchaand India-rubber Co-.ers for Pianos'
l'iano Stools. '
Arraneements are made for keeping and selling
PIAXOS from the following Manufacturers, viz:
Chickering A Sox; Wm. P. Kherson-: T. GirarnT
A Co.; WoonwtnpA Brown; J. W. Voe- A W
Lapp.V Co.; (Bniton, Mast.): Jo N J!. Dunham-
U.V7ELTOIC t Rro's; Lic.iit, Newton A Biupecrv
Ha vnf .t Brothers; Stein-way Sons.; Raven-'
iiai'on t uo.; israinakd unprx; (jWr York);
Boarpmax, Grvy A Co.; (Albany): J. 1! Uivn-
(Concord, A'. H.)
MKLODEOXS from all the best .Manufactur
All of the above will be sold Cheaper than nr
HE BousnT in this vicinity, and nt louer than City
Our receipts of Music, every two months
probably, more than tho entire stock of any dealer
in this vicinity, and persons ordering from us will
generally have their order filled at sieht. nml nn
be under the necessity of waiting till they can be
obtained from the city.
heoond-hand Pianos tn Rent and for Salt- nlo
taken in exchange for new Pianos, at a fair price
Sheet Music sent to any part of the countrr
postage paid, on receipt of the marked price. Or.
ders solicited and satisfaction warranted. Call be
fore you buy, where you can get what you want,
at Colloge street, two doors east of E. Lyman's
Urv bood Store.
X. B. XEW PIAXOS just received.
W. W. PARTRIDGE.
May 11. dartf
TRY IT !
THOSE who wish for good flour can hereafter
be accomodated at A. S. DEWEYS.
aia, siiox'ld rsi:
PLANT AND ROOT
I BITTERS. I
THE SICK TO BE WELL THE WELL TO KEEP SO.
B l'j;irUFl IN PURE
I BOURBON WHISKEY, 1
ft I'nm. Til li.tfH'-t a .-rkinj men. S
U Mer tianifr-, tanners, doctors, too. a
u i nun . ir tlif-- Hittf r- "ii e. ami see B
Ilfu iroi.ti t!ip rtf, hat :o..l the ll dft. B
FRED. E. SMITH, Prop'r, J
BOOKS AND GIFTS.
G. G. EVANS & CO.
PROPRIETORS or THE OXLY
ORIGINAL GIFT ST0BE
IN NEW ENGLAND,
No. 15 Cornhill, Boston.
VALUABLE HOOKS AXD
A CIFT, VARYING IN VALUE FROM FIFTY CENTS
TO ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, GIVEN TO
TIIE PURCHASER OF EVERY BOOK.
"VSTE take pleasure in stating that the liberal
T and increasing patronage bestowed upon
us by the people of Xew England and other parts
of tho country, enables us to offer still greater
inducements to purchasers of Books, and individ
uals or associations getting up clubs than ever
The advantages wo possess over any other sim
ilar establishment in tho country, especially for
filling Xew England Orders must bo evident to
thoso acquainted with our position, and understand
our superior and increasing facilities for doing
business. Our advantages are as follows:
We publish a largo list of valuable books.
Wo obtain largo quantities of other yaluablo
books in exchange for our own.
We buy large editions from other publishers for
cash at very low prices.
Wc put no objectionable book on our catalogue.
We offer no inducements which we do not fulfil.
We buy our Watches in large quantities for cash,
and of the best make
Wo have our jewelry made to order by tho best
manufacturers in this country and Europe.
By doing an extensive business wo can make
very valuable presents more frequently to purcha
sers. Our present plan of operations is tho same as
originated fivo years ago by Mr. G. G. Evans, and
is sanctioned not only by tho highest Judicial au
thority in nearly every Stato in tho Union, but by
the voice of the peoplo from Mains to California.
Partial Schedule of is.
Patent English Lever Gold Watches, $100 00
Patent Anchor finld Watches. 50 00
Ladies' IS carat case Gold Watches,
Ladies' IS carat oaso Gold Watches,
Gent's Silver Lever Watches,
Gent's Silver Lever Watches,
Gent's Silver Lepine Watches,
Parlor Time Pieces, new pattern,
Parlor Time Pieces, from S 4. 00 to
Gent's Gold Vest Chains, 10 00 to
Gent's Hoavv Plated Vest Chains, 4 00 to
Ladies' Gold Chains,
Mises Gold Chains,
Ladies' Gold Spring Locket.
Ladies' Gold Snap Lockets,
5 00 to
3 00 to
5 00 to
l on to
.Misses Gold Lockets,
Ladies' Lava Sets,(PinA Ir Drops)10 00 to
Ladies' Cameo Sets. " " 5 00 to
Ladies' Gold Stone " " GOO to
Iadies' Cameo Pins, 2 00 to
Ladies' Gold Stone Pins, 2 00 to
Ladies' Florentine Pins, 2 00 to
Gent's Gold Pencils, 3 00 to
Gent's Gold Pencil with Gold Pent, 4 00 to
Ladies' Gold Pencils, 2 00 to
Ladies' Gold Pens, with Hnndles, 1 00 to
Gent's Cluster Pins, Opal centre,
Gent's Pins, stone setting, 1 50 to
Ladies' and Gent's Silver Pencils, 75 to
Ladies' A Gent's Silver Pencils, with Gold Pens 2 00
Lodies'tiold Bracelets, variousstyles3 00 to fi 00
Ladies' and Misses Ribbon Pins, 1 00 to 2 00
Ladies'AGent's Gold Sleeve Buttons 2 00 to 3 00
Gent's Cameo and Gold Stone Studs 4 00
Gent's Engraved Studs, 3 00
Gent' Plain Studs, 2 00
Ladies' Shawl or Ribbon Pins, 3 50
Ladies' Gold Crosses, 2 00
I. idie" Coral, Garnet, or Turquoise Sets, 15 00
L dies' A Gent' Money Parses or Pocket Books, 50
Lidics' Jet Breast Pins, 3 50
Li lie' Mosaic Breast Pins, 5 00
'i nt'j Cameo or Mosaic Bosom Studs, 4 00
Music Boxes from 5 00 to 12 00
Miscellaneous Gifts, not enumern
teil above, varying in value from 25c. to 25 00
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS WORTH OF THE
At the loirett wktlvalt nrictt, will be distributed
amongst the parahasers of every
oNKTlinrSAND DOLLARS WORTH OF BOOKS
OUR CATALOGUE OF BOOLS
i too extensive for particular description, contain
ine the most valuable works in the various de
partments of literature, such as
AGRICULTURAL, DICTIONARIES, WORKS OF
BIBLES, Of nil
MECHANICAL, ODD FELLOW
musical, ship and
.M i.ccllnlii'oii. Worlv. ot all kind..
NEW BOOKS ON HAND AS SOON AS ISSUED
CATALOGUES SENT FREE ON APPLICATION
AGENTS WANTED EVEKYWHEIt E
The most libera! commission, in money or books,
will be given to persons or associations forming
cluos tor ten or more books to be sent at one time,
Postmasters, school teachers, students, clergymen
or any private individual, male or female, can
soon replenish or form a well selected Library
wiinoiu expense, oy acting as our agents, rieme
send for Catalogue and Circular.
Cmitioll to the Public.
As there are various parties advertising them
selves in the Gift business, some having the an da
city to claim having been " originators " but who
have not the disposition or ability to fulfil their
promises, we feel it a duty to ourselves and the
publie to state that we have no connection with
any concern in New York or New England ; and
individuals sending money 1 1 c- eh p irties must
not blame us if thev get cheat" J oi judge of the
i . , ,
uubxuvw oy sucn a stanuaru.
Order? from clubs or ' plo Inlividuals solicited
from all parts of the cor ntry.
(i. G. LV .NS & CO.,
w2m3 45 Cor-nrill, Boston
XO IITII E It X Til AXSI'OKTATIOX.
COM PA XV.
TUlk loMPANTS WELL KNOWN AND RELIABLE
Line of Screw Steamers,
Ogdensburgh and Ports on the Western Lakct
rUA. DURING THE PRESENT SEASON
' LEAVE OGDENSIUJKGII,
weather permitting, for Chicago, Milwaukee,
Mackinac, and intermediate Ports, on Tuesdays
and Fridays, and for Cleveland, Sandusky, Detroit
and Toledo, four times a weok.
J5 Passongers, Families, Luggago, Live Stock,
and Merchandise, arriving by Railroad, will re
ceive caroful and prompt despatch.
Apply to C. L. THOMPSOX, Treasurer, at tho
Office of the Company, or to GEO. PARKER,
Agent, Railroad Depot, Ogdensburgh, X. Y.
P. C1IAMBERLIX, President.
J. H. CRAWFORD, Secretary.
Hov-'y & Crawford,
Chambcrlin, Crawford .t Co.,
Wm. T. Walker,
E. R. Matthews,
J. II. Crawford,
Oswego, X. Y.
1S50. J. M
Wcitprll Plllllr. T.rlr o.l Clmi..
.. ... - ....... ...n. .iu ..ItllJI,
Railroad Depot, OGDEXSBUROH, X. Y to
tho Offico formerly occupied by Crawford A Co
April 15. Wy
O E FRIG F.R.ATOTIS. all sizes, for sale by
' G. S. BLODOETT A CO.
BIUD CAGES, new and beautiful patterns.
O. S. BLODOETT A CO.
TCE CIIEAJI FHEEZEItS. tho best in
B the World. G. S. BL0GDETT & CO.
1ILACKIXG, at wholesale.
G. S. BLODGETT A CO.
TLES and Hit ASS KETTLES.
O. S. BLODGETT A CO.
G. S. BLODGETT fc CO.
S. BLODOETT A CO.
ORANGES AXD LEMONS.
BY THE BOX and a few very fino P IX E
APPLES, at A. S. DEWEY'S.
May 13, 1859.
CJIIIUT BOSOMS folded, of any pattern, on
O STEVEXS' XEW PATEXT IMPPOVD
with neatness and at very low prices. Persons can
purchase their own linen, thus securing a satis
factory article, (not always obtained ip ready-mado
liosoms,; ana navo mo same folded and .stitched
into Bosoms, to order, combining the durability I
and neatness of the best hand-work, with tho I
cheapness of the ready-made, store-bought article, '
at the Machine Sewino Parlor of j
E. M. KELLOGG.
No. 6 Coilege St., Free Ptess Building.
Bailington April 7, 1859. dawtf
AGE X C Y .
CJATISFIED, after a careful examination of the
l principal Sewing Machines worthy of any cred
it that no other one combines so many prime qual
ties for general use as that made by the Wheeler
and Wilson Manufacturing Company, the sub
scribers have taken an agcy for the sale of these
incomparable Machines, and hava opened conve
nient rooms for their exhibition and sale, on the
lower floor of the Free Press Building. The price
of a .Machine obtained of us will bo the same as if
purchased directly of tho manufacturers or at any
oneof their agencies in tho U.States. Everymachino
old by us will bo warranted perfect in its work
manship and ready for uso. To all purchasers of
us, practical instructions in the uso of tho ma
chines will bo given without charge, so that the
luyer may thoroughly understand tho principle of
the machinewhat every part of it docs-and how
tho whole may bo kept in perfect working order
with reasonable care and skill.
We specify some of tho chief points of excellence
belonging to these machines.
They mako tho L O C K-ST I T C II.
This is tho only stitch that cannot, dc ravcivu, ......
that presents tho same appearance on each sido of
tho seam. It is made with two threads one upon
each sido of the f.ibric, and interlocked in the cen
tre of it.
They are simp'o in construction, efficient and
urablc in operation, beautiful in model and finish
fitted to adorn the parlor and suited to tho work
topapplicable alike to tho uso of the family and
tho manufacturer. Their speed is from 1,200 to
2,000 stitchos per minute, or equal to 10 senm
stresso. Among their undoubted advantages arc
1. Eleganco of model and finish;
2. Simplioity and thoroughness of construction,
and consequent durability and freedom from de
rangement and need of repairs;
3. Ease of management and radidity and quietness
4. Heramin and seaming attachments;
5. Beauty of stitch, alike on both sides of tho fa
brie sewed ;
G. Strength and firmness of seam that will not rip
norravil; and made with
7. Economy of Thread;
Applicability to a variety of purposes ami ma
terials. The change made in the tension during the past
vear, so that the upper thread is used from the
original spool, and the addition of tho hommer, by
which hem of any width are turned and stitehod
without any previous basting, evince tho care of
the Company in incorporating with tho machines
every device that can tend to perfecting them.
They now e irnbino every improvement that has
been invented for sewing, and we feel confident
tha' in their present form, they are by far the best
machines evor offered to the public.
These machines are now sold at itducnl prico3 at
from $50 to$35, according to sire and style of mount
ing. The medium size machine, is specially adapted
for family use, is very compact in its structure, and
the handsomest machine before tho public. It
sews every kind of material, working equally well
upon silk, linen, woolen and cotton goods seam
ing, qnilting, gathering, homrainc, Ac, with a
beauty and strength unequalled by any machine
that we have seen. They are sold by us at the same
prices as at the Factory of the Company, with the
trilling coit of transportation addod, and1 for
GEO. W. A O. O. BENEDICT ,
No. 6 College St., Burlington, Vt.
. .... . , i-.i i
X. B. Tho Whecelcr.t Wilsor. Sewing Ma
ehines may be seen in constant operation at the
ewing .Machine Parlor, Free Press Bi-ilmxo
SEW EVGLA.D AILJIEXTS
THE ONLY REMEDY!
State, including Xew York
and that section of the Union ivhich is
most widely known n "Xew England," con
tain a Uiruty, industrious, intelligent people
who have achieved an uncommon degree of
prosperity : with a climate extremely trying to
certain constitutions, nnu a soil of small fcrtil
ity. they have contrived to surpass more favored
communities m almost every thing that con-
d'.uv- to -octal comfort and happiness. Ln
fortunately, they are occasionally so absorbed
in huines and mental cultivation, that thev
negUvt the precaution which are eential to
bodily health. Dvpepsia and phvMcal debility
are prevalent among all clashes. The first dis
t .ie i produced by inattention to the digestive
organs, which are so susceptible of derangement.
Thou-.and. are now navini; the prnaltv of this
neglect, and suffering daily the most trying
pauv, almost without a hope of relief. They
nave come to oeiteve tnat their ailment is
chronic, and that they must bear with it to the
end. It gratifies us exceedingly to announce
to these amtcted individuals that they mav
now command a remedy of unquestionable
potency and virtue, which ha never been found
to fail in all cases of digestive weakness or de
rangement. Hundreds of tongues are ready to
grow eloquent in praise of thi wonderful con
queror ot dyspepsia, which is known as
DR. J. HOSTETTER'S
CELEBRATED STOMACH BITTERS,
But that numerous class who devote them
selves to literary and other sedentary pursuits,
and in consequence of a want of physical exer
cise, become the victims of languor and debil
ity, without nerve or appetite, have hitherto
nought in vain for some invigorating, life-giving
medicine, whose effects upon the system shall
be both speedy and permanent. Physicians of
eminence, and profoundly acquainted with the
requirements of the human frame, commend
IIOS'ITrrrEU'S HITTERS as the safest and
swiftest stimulant to the recuperative energies
of the system yet discovered. It restores the
appetite, gives fresh vigor to the digestive
organs, sends the blood through the veins with
a more lively current, corrects a tendency to
depression of spirits, and fits a man for the
transaction of business with a cheerful heart
and an active mind. Unlike other medicines
which have been devised for the same object,
the IW't'TfiKS do not net spasmodically.
or with a temporary power the influence, of
the remedy is lastins. And if a natient -will
but give some attention to securing proper
exercise, after the relief has been afforded, ho
need fear no return of the affliction. j The
debility natural to the encroachments of years
upon the bodily frame is also alleviated by
tlns great strengthening medicine, thus enabling
the aged to pass their declining days in physical
cac ; whereas they arc now .suffering from ex
treme weakness and nervousness. To this ven
erable class of people, HOSTETTTTR'R
BITTERS may be commended as invalu
able. The proprietors of this invisrnnitnr lmn
m addition, a deep gratification in assuring
XUKSIXG .MOTHEKS that they will find
ine n i a 3 rj ic tiie best and safest of
restoratives. cry few medicines are sanc
tioned by physicians as proper to be adminis
tered during the period of nursing ; and this
lias obtained an universal preference.
&r Thoso who diaire to purchase this creat rsmedv for
Dyspepsia anil Debility should remember the precise
title. HOSTETTER'S CELEB RATED
STOMACH BITTERS. It is put up in nnrt
Irtttle, with the name, DR. J. HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS, blown on the bottle, and also
stamped on the cup covering the cork, with the autograph
of llOiSTETTEIl & SMITH on the label. Thesa thintrs
are iraporUnt, on account of the numerous counterfeit
now ia the market.
C57-Prepared and sold bv HOSTETTTm
& SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa., and also sold by
all druggists, grocers, and dealers gonerallj
throughout tho United States, Canada, South
America, and Germany.
Sold by A.M03 C. SPEAK, ?anl U. W. ROBY
ivp'V",' 3" St0"3 Son' Winooski.
S EEIvS A POTTER. Boston. (ln.,l A..
for the New England State. '
warch 21, 1859.
TAKE this opportunity to inform my friends,
and tho publie irenerallv. hnf T L
tho i-tore formerly occupied by Higree A Webb,
No. 119, Church stroet, (next door above Fuller's
Book Store,) where I havo opened a
FRESH AND DESIRABLE
ST0 CR OF DRY ftnnns
T.o8t """" " business and LOW
l mots, Lhope to secure a hare of tho Publii
Please call and examine Goods and Prices before
purchasing elsewhere." Respectfully,
, L. W. PAGE.
May fi- dawtf
MOKED BEEF a very choice lot, lately
received at A m nrwimo J
June JOth, 1859. aLZ
C E W A T E K
r TT Tl T. .
TA. vi a ; i v ti iYAxxiiv '
J BRATTLEBORO, VT.,
possessing the utmost advantages which a perfect
ly healthy climate, unexceptionable location, and
a perfect arrangement of its various departments,
can furnish, together with an abundant supply
PURE SOFT WATER.
at all seasons of the year, and being conducted in
every particular, with special'rcference to the
W ANTS OF T II E INVALID
has become widely celebrated as a popular resort
for those who aro
S E E K I jY G HE A L T II I
It is a matter of satisfaction to us that we aro
daily receiving evidence of the fact that'our Phy
sicians possess the entire
CONFIDENCE OF PATIENTS,
who have placed themelvcs under our care, and
we are able to gnaranteo a cure, in all curable
cases, while such as are not considered curable
aro never advised to remain.
In the treatment of the varied forms of
wo have had the most abundant success, and tho
same is true of
LIVER COMPLAINT, and
CHRONIC DISEASES, gonemlly.
We do not confine all our patients to the same
diet, neither do we suffer any te, indulge in inju
rious or pernicious habits, sueh as the use of To
baeeo, in any shape, or indulgence in Spirituous
Liquors, or any others, tho influence of which
could only be, to weaken and destroy tho vitality,
TIIE SICK GET CURED,
not only of their ailuionts, but also of their bad
With every variety of Gttinastic Aitaiutcs
at our command, both for pleasure and profit;
with thorough knowledge and experience to di
rect the Calistqenic and other exorcises; with
more than Fortv different forms of Baths; with
the Electro-Chemical Baths, and the system of
Electricity, which has produced sueh wondrous
results, it might be thought sufficient for all pur
poses, but wc have still more increased our facili
ties, by the addition of a special department for
tho practice of
T II E MOVEMENT CURE
which will bo under the immediate supervision of
Dn. Wit. W. Wier, who is eminently qualified
for the dudes involved.
It will thus be teen that wo have combined the
advantages of every ageney whieh can promote
health, er restore it, when lost, and we invito
those who aro sick to visit us, if they would re
Phtsicians and CLanerumr or any ethers who
may be interested ia knowing full particulars,
will receive every attentien by calling on us, or
we will send a Circular to any address on appli
R. BLACKALL, M.D., . . .
W. WLEK, M. D., 5 J
1 flfi D0Z- 0d Hand-Rakes, for sale bv
I yJVt VAXSICKLEX A WALKER.
Stone Store. South Wharf.
TIIE MAXTTAL of the "WARDROBE
100 LARGE OCTAVO PACES, IV PAPER,
BV MRS. I'l'bUX.
price. 25 cents.
Si is a uiiin.hih. lKE.viisB upon this
braneh r.f Domestic Economy, and bv far the
most valuable publication upon this subject eve-
lssuea. it comprises a t !orongh dissertation upon
taste in dress ; an explanation of the different
stitchos wade in sewing, roraarke opn tho
various k:nds and qualities of fabrics used in
the wardrobe, with complete directions for cutting
and fitting ill kinds of garments for women s and
childrens war ; the preparation of table, toilet
and nedltncss. Illustrated by nearly
100 CUTS OF PATTERXS & MODES
Xo House'feopor can afford to do without it.
Mrs. Pullan is tho hiihest authority cxtsn
upon tho subject of tho Manual, having writton
more upon tils subject than all others combined.
Iter contributions to English publications havo
rendered her name a "household word," and have
ecn a perpetual source of supply to the Ladie:
Department in the Magazines of this country.
ForsalebyE. A. Fuller, Samuel Huntington,
and a: tho Sewing Machine P.irlor, Xo. 6 College
street (tree Press Building, lower floor).
P. P. STEWART'S
Air-tight Summer and Winter
with the celebrated new Hue for wood or coal.
rjHIIS Stove has taken more first premiums
X than any other over manufactured.
For fall particulars of the advantages of this
Stove, see pamphlets.
ror sale by
G. B. DOW, Agent.
Burlington July 16, 'o'J.
PEWS TO RENT.
Three dtsirable pews in the Congregational Church,
10 nent x lso a snca in me rear ol tne Uhnreh mr
ale. Apply to
G. G. BEXEDICT.
Treas. 1st Calv. Cong.Soc.
Burlington March 30 1859.
OF AXY KIXD MADE,, will bo furnished at 5
per cent, from manufacturers nrices. I have ,i
ist and description from all the manufactories.
J. is. BRINSMAID. Agent.
A WW l,Vl. ..--... . . .. . .
and a nuantitv of h rtr-hf r tt ire
at A. S. i'EWEv '
Juno 20th, 1859. daw
ST OS V-H-VeT
Tt is a fact that tha movement of Mackerel
commercially speaking-is greatly facilitated
by the loss of itsjioad; of course a talc would be
Any doubts ia the niatUr can.be wived at
T , ' DEWEY'S.
June 3d. 1859.
A nEL 5I0RE 0F THOSE "INFERIOR"
it xJ ,0Tes whiih- we challenge a compar
nktilh the Stewart or any other Store in this
G. S. BLODGETT .4 Co.
RUTLAND .V KIJRLIXGTOX R. k.
OX and after Wednesday May 11th, Trls,
leave tho Rutland and Burlington Det,
follows: . ,
8.45 A. M., Mail Train for Boston, Lowell, TV,r
cester, Springfield, Troy, Albany,
11.20 A. M., Accom nodation train from Bnt'B4
connecting at Troy with the HuiP
8.15 P. M.. Accommodation Train for Rutland
Trains arrive at Burlington as followj
8.-10 A. M., Accommodation from Rutland
5.23 P- M., Mail Train from Bostcn. I..
Worcester, Springfield, Xew York ,t
11.15 P. M.. AeeoraiBodatton train frijin Tr- .-,
E. A. CHAPIN. V
Rutland, April 13, 1859. dAwtf
I 8 5 R .
Xorthern and Westrrii
NORTHERN (X. Y.) RAII.IttMH.
90 Miles saved between Burlington A n
by this Route.
FIRST TRAIX leaves Rouse's Point .
arrive at Ogdensburgh at 11 25 A.M
ing at Potsdam with Potsdam and Water'.wr ; ,
road for Watertown, Rome, Syracuse, l,..e-...
Xiacara Falls, Buffalo. Cleveland, Cincirrj-'
the West, via. Like Shore; and at Oir-len-l.
connect with Grand Trunk Railroad fr.r T .
Kingston, Toronto, Hamilton, Detroit, rn.-.-all
point South and West.
SECOXD TRAIN leaves Boose's p, mt s
P. M, or on the arrival of the Train fr t.-i '-t- '
raont Central Kailrond, arrive at Ordcnsbnnrh -P.
M., connecting with Grand Trunk Raiir
all points West.
R E T TT R N r X G .
FIRST TRAIX leaven Ogdensburgh at S 00 A V
arrives at Rouse's Point 4 10 P. M. Connect-.
tho Vermont Central and arrive at Burlinpton a'
7 10 P. M., making connection with all Railroad
Lines Sontb and East.
SECOXD TRAIX leaves Ogdensburgh at 2 Zr
P.M., arrives at Rouse's Point at SOO P M "
lodge,) connecting as above, and with Chamr'i
and St.Lawrence Railroad for Montreal and Qaee
Tickets for the above Routes can be pr""jr; :.
at all stations on the Vt Central Railr..a l. ir
M. L. CHURCH, Burlington. Vt.
GEO. V. IIOYLE. S
January!, 1853. febl3dAw
VERMONT CENTRAL RAILltOM
Choice of Route for
and the West.
NORTHERN. WESTERN, BRITISH
To Commence Monday, June 27 30, :
TRAIN'S GOIXO NORTn AND WET
eave Burlington at 3,30 A. M., 10.10 A V ,
q.30 P. M.
MAIL TRAIX connects at Windsor and ?
River Junction with trains leaving B-f -Springfield,
at 7.10 A. M. same day. nr-i
York previous evening. Leave Winders'
P. M., reaching Burlington at 6.20 P. M . P
Point at 6.15 P. M., Montreal and Opien-'
tho same evening. Connecting at Opdeti.l'.-:
with Grand Trunk train, without delay, f r
ronto ami tho West.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIX leave? Xew Y
at 8.30 A. M.. Boston at 5 P. M., and
intermemcdiate Stations. Leaves Windsor at fi
P. M.. and reache Burlington at 4 25 A. y
Rouse's Point at 6,00 A. M-, arriving in Mont-a
and Ogdensburgh the same forenoon, and pr
eceding AY est by Grand TrnnV trains, wif
delay, for the West. A sleeping ear is attac--to
Accommodation Train Leaves North fiel l .
S.25 A. M. reaching Burlington at 11.00 4 i
Rouso's Point at 12.10 P. M. and Montreal i:
Ogdensburgh the same afternoon,
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
Leave Bnrlington at 7.10 A. M.,
,10.10 A. a-
7.30 P. M.
M AIL TRAIN leaves Rouse's Point U0 A. M
connects at White River JuDetion with trr
for St Johnsbury. Well River, White M'
tain. Boston, Lowell, Worcester, New York i
intermediate stations, arriving in Boton ar
P. M., ami in New York at 11 P. M. T'er
by thin train train dine at White River June-
EXPRESS TRAIN Leavs Fonse's Point a-
50 A. 31., connects therewith trains fmtn V
treal and Ogdensburgh the same morning, re
ing passengers at Ogdensburgh from Grand T--Road
and Lake Ontario Steamers. Leave
lington at 10 10 A. M., dine at Northfleld. r i .
rive at Boston at 3.20 P. M..
Accommodation Train Leaves Rouse's Port i- -30
P. M., connecting there with trains v
Montreal 5-Ogdensburgh same afternoon. L ;r
at "White River Junction and prveedin? -r
morning to Boston, Worcester SprinzEeH. "
York. Ac. arriving at Boston at 1.00 P. M v
at New York at 1.20 P. M.
Th roach Ticket, for Chicago and the W.
sale at the principal Station;.
G. MERRILL, r-
XorthfieJd, Jane 27th. 159.
T take pleasure in being permitted
B to tho patrons of the Church street
awl to the pnblie generally, that I hat'' .
my store, making it much more spaci' m
ient and pleasant; have alao added Iar;-!v -stock,
and am now prepared to furnish
qnantities ami lower rates, everyth r.
line of Theological, Metlieal, Law, Sev"
Miscellaneous Books, Artist's Materia'-. "
Books, and all kinds of Stationery, f r Pa- -Professional,
or Private use.
Thankful for tho past liberal patronage re-:
fully solicit a continuance.
E. A. FI LI.E-
Burlington, June 3d, 1859.
OXSTAXTLY on hand, and for ale
DEEDS Mortgage, Quit-claira and Warra.-"
WRITS Justice, Justice Trustee, C-un-v
General Counts, County Court Note. Tr-. -Trustee
Book Account, General Count" v
PETITIONS for Foreclosure, and P-ecRif
IIionwAV Bills, Leases, Officer's Rrr
Marriaoe Certificates, Commissions t'1 1
Disclosure and Citatiox, Blank D'"
Notes, Ac, Ac.
f all kinds, done t order, with neatness ic ' '
patch, at the
FREE PRESS PRIXTIXG OFFICt"
Ne. 6 Collese STariT
GRAND SPRING OPE.VO
G . R . J ELLISOX'S.
May be seen an entirety new and handsome '
ment of Spring Goods.
SEW SPRI.Vfi DE-LAI.1ES,
SEW STRIPED BAYADERES,
SEW riCCOLOMINI PLAIDS,
NEW WHITE DR1LUAXTS,
SEW COLORED BRILLIANTS
-NEW KHEXCn PRISTS,
SEW ENGLISH PRISTS,
NEW AMERICAS TRISTS,
NEW LINES DAMASK,
NEW TOILET QCTLTS,
SEW LINES h'kS.,
SEW nOOPED SKIRTS,
Ac. Ac. Ac. Ac i"
All of which, having tn be converted i-''
within the next 10 days, will be offered at ?'
shingly low prices. March i"--
TRUSSES : an assortment ef most appr "
kinds just received,
alse Shoulder Brace.
Lace Stockings and
good variety at the Old Stand,
by THEO. K Vt' 1
AND ST ERE OSCOPIC PICTURE
riplIESE beautiful and attractive OroiB"
JL the Parlor or Library Table, may be f"" '
less than City Prices, at the Daguerreian H-"
the subscriber, on Church street.
JUST RECEIVED a fresh supr'.7 ; '
oscopic Pictures, comprising Landscape- t
jects of interest in Europe, Groups and 1'
Scencs.Mn great variety, both plain and e-'
CHARLES MILLER, , ,
Chittenden County- Daguerreian
117" Church strre
Burlington, May 19.
X E W PAIXTIXGE ST AB I. IS H M
rriHE SUBSCRIBER has rented the-P'
.L on College Street, lately occupied by J-.
Haynes, where he will carry on the Vaiolvy
siness in all its various branches, such "
PEAK AM) 0RXAMEVTAL
PATVTTVfi flTT.TtTVri nT.AZING.GRA1-'1
PAPER HANGING fC
By giving his strict and personal attt?'1j.oPi
all of the above branches of the business, ns
to merit a share of the publie patronage
J. L. SPADLDbO
late .f the firm of Kum U ir BpiM