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-THE BURHTISr&TOiSr FltEk PRESS FRIDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 5. 1862.
MEWS OF THE WEEK.
Forjurlher Telegraph nars j:e fourth poyf.
Special Dispatch to the Free Preis
BBiTTLKBOno', Q. 23.
Field OScers of the 10th Regiment : Col.
Jewett. of Srantcm ; Lknt. Col. Edson. of
Montpelier ; Major Ilenry of Watcrbarj.
Eleventh Regiment : Col. Warner of Mid.
dleburj ; Lknt. Col. Benton of Hjdepsrk ;
Major Cbaraberlin, of Caledonia Conntj.
Xew York. Ang. 23.
The Tribune's Washington correspondent
has the following : The Rarpafcannocfc line
is abandoned and our forces hare fallen back
to a position ten miles to the rear. Fredericks
bnrg, ol course, is retained in oar possession,
and Aqcia Creel;, as well as tho rest of the
Potomac bank, is to be defended.
The Alexandria corresporidcnt of the
Tnlunc kits from prisoners taken in late
skirmishes and lrom tnany ether sources,
I hare learned tint it was the
intention oi General Lee to cross bis army
during Frkley night and the day following
and attack Gen. Pope before reinforcements
from Gen. ilcCleilan'e army arrived upon
the ground. It was supposed that the Rap
pahannock could be passed at only six or
si Ten points, bnt it soon became evident that
the entire stream fire miles above lYarrenton
Springs was fordable?
Jackson, according to the programme, was
tj engage the right of Gen. Pope, and draw
off bis attention, if possible, from bis left
and centre, so as to give the main bod rot
tho rebel army an opportunity to erofs at an
other ford than those guarded by us, and
then when safely over tike the ibk of the
most desperate conflict of the war. The
programme succeeded so far as Jackson was
concerned, but at midnight a furijuij storm
occurred, rendering tbe river impassable to
Lee and his rebel army.
General Pope could not learn the exact
strength of Jackson, therefore be did not
take the offensive. Jackson on learning that
Lee could not reio force him, kept close to
the river and as it fell, re-crossed and joined
tbe main body.
Rut lor this thunder-storm, the greatest
battle of the war wooM have been fought
- The same correspondent states that persons
taken prisoners by Stewart iu his
last raid, bnt who ese.ped at V nr
renton, say tbe joy manifested by tbe citizens
Warrenton upon the return of Stewart's
cavalry with their trophies exceeded all
bounds The population of the place tunvj
out en msnt, tbe women ran up to the sol
diers and embraced thrtn although ma or ol
them wre entire oUaogerc. Tbe only bell
ie:t in tbe village nrng out aoc blended it
muMc with tbe cheers of the people.
A hurly nero, arreted in Gen. Iipe'6 best
ui.ifurm, with the Mars i.f a Major General
Kiititring ujkhi hie shoulders, and mounted
upon Gen. Pope' best burse, rode in front of
Stewart, as hia brigade marched through tbe
The Fredericksburg correspondent of the
Tim's states that Geo. McCHlan arrived at
Acquta Creek at 8 o'clock Monday morning,
with his staff, where Gen Rarnside met ana
conferred with him up a tbe Hpeet ol at
New Yore. Aug 23
The Fredericfabuigu correspondent of tut
Tints states that Gen. Pope his return-d t"
W .rrenton Junction and has b en strongly
reiufutoed by (jtn-rals H -iuizl:man utiii I
i-ranklin and otbers ot the bust material.
The Liridiiig and ahing forwatd f tro-i I
and halierits hat, been aruump!hed will. I
alm'j?t iDcr.ilihi fpeel. Uen. Porter's anuis I
which but Cvedtv ago was dragging iti I
weary way down the P. ninsula, is already I
postwl along the mubt vulnerable points ol
the Rappahannock, defytog all attempts oj
the rebels to cobs. Maj. Gen. Jackson. Ewell, Taliaferro and
The extreme lelt of our line at tbis place A. P. Hill, Stewart, and tho General-iu-is
strongly held br Gen. Burnside- He has Chief, Robt. Lee, or bis eon, Brig. Gen?
sent away to Gen. Pope every man that could I
be spared, but has still a loree abundantly I
a We to gnard against any attack.
Tho ashingtor. Star has the following :
" Since Saturday last nearly all firing across
tne itappabannock has ceased. Hardly a
dozen shots a day are being fired."
I bo U orld s Washington dispatch has tbe
m . I
A wo gentlemen lrom Philadelphu were
"ringing me ooray oi uen. iiolilen to ash-
ington, when tbey were attacked by gcerril-
las and forced to abandon it on the road,
barely making tlietr escape with their own
lives, having been fired upon.
uuerrma parties teem to De springing np
in every direction in Virginia.
New Yoke, Aug. 20.
The 1st Xew Jersey Brigade, Gen. Kear
ney, are reported to have engaged tbe enemy
near the Bull Ran bridge, where a disperate
str Jg?le was maintained, on our part to bold
it, and the rebels to dettroy it. The bridge
is tai.j to be still in our possesion, though
tho brigade of Gen. Ki"amey is reported to
have l-en terriMy cut up.
Fighting was alsj carried on with portijn9
of the division ot Gen. Sturtis, and nine
pieces ol artillery are said to luave ten cul
tured by tbe rebels.
A letter tnrm Alexandria to tbe Tribune,
dated Weatneaiay, e..y, on Tuidaj night, 8
oV -k, the piciteus at Mtnarses Jonetion
v it,, hii i ri o miianies ol tb
Vh rotantry, on.- u..iufauy ol Pa. cav- I
1 1 tod utmf urtilwr. ti.ed there, werw
nr rised and anckHd t.y Gn. Eaell'e en- ly
tne division, i umbering from seven to ten
tr.uusand infantry, corairy und artillery.
Alter a short skirmieh the handful, of lutn
at tbe Junction fled, and tbe rebels turning
upo i them nine ot our gbn, kept up u briM.
fire until the Lint n ir, of- ue-re uk njaie-on-it,
h lew yuz er.-. Iltiil Iton lire-,
ut Uliloli 1.-, l, rviruelit e-t tit-u C -xV
diviM-m, the Uiii aiMl 12ili Uhia. odder Uol.
6citiimoii.weieahiiiotieel.aud tbey immedi
ately advanced to meet the approaching body
of tbe rebels.
At 11 o'clock two rebel regiments forded
the Bun above tbe bridge, when tbe 12th
Ohio charted them and drove them across
uw w.w, npiu ueatj iocs. iuc argiueafc
lost in killed, wounded and mitsinz, 40 men.
At 12 o'clock Cl. Scammon was obliged to Alw loElc' AoS- 30-
retire, moving along tbe Railroad in the di- ce I"' VYashington dispatch says
taction of Alexandria. The rebels advanced ttere ran c lta d"uo' cof. that the
across Ball Run, and yesterday P.M. their
advance cavalry were at Fairfax and Burtis' ealcrcing the draft rigidly on the 1st of 6ep-
On taking possession of ilmas;as Junction Special dispatches this morning contain do
the rebels captured seven trains loadrf with TO "ews.
provisions, ammunition te., and 10 locomo- NewOrleacs ccrrespondent of the 7i.7ira
tives, all of which they destroyed. writes as follows :
Of tbe 84 men of the 105th Pa., on guard, Vhe gunboat Sumter grounded near Bayon
all were killed, wounded or taken prisoner!, I Sara on the 15th. "While the crew went I
as Onlv 3 An. Vneitvn in IiawA nal r tn Ttfnn PnnM fnr h I. V n I
j .-.,..,. J.. j
Contrabands just from Manassas itate that
nine of the captured guns are mounted in
tbe old forts at Manassas, ready for action,
bnt preparations are making f or a departore,
and there seems to be an intention to destroy
every thing bat the houses, which have not
yet been burred.
It is said that a detachment of a rebel di
vision made an advance to Oecoquan yester
day and have probably gone to Acquia Creek
and destroyed the Government property at
Alter tbe fitst car with the wounded was
run into Alexandria yesterday, another train
was dispatched to bring in another load, but
was fired into and driven back about faar
miles this id3 of Ball Ran.
Oar loss has been immemo in government
stores, and larce in killed wounded and
Telecraph communication with Gen. Pope
yesterday, was held via. Fredericksbar,;, ba
none whatever direct.
A Captain just in from Centcrville says
that firing was heard early this morning,
beyond Manassas, and it is believed that Gen.
Pope has attacked Gen Ewcll, in the rear.
If the thoroughfare of the Gap was left
open to the rebels by Gn. Tope, it is a
blundrr that ought to cost him bis command,
for it is the plain conspicuous avenuo for the
entrance ul an enemy bold and prompt
enough fjr a movement on his flank or rear.
Repjrts are current this morning, that the
enemy lias appeared in force near Leesbarg.
and it is even asserted that the pluca is al
ready in rebel possession. Rebel sympathi
zers are jubilant and conGient and have been
for days predicting this very move.
This news is gat! ced from tbe best sources
accessible to the jrit6. From tho War De
partment, where the whole truth is known,
nothing C2u!d be learned.
Ntw Yore, Aug. 29.
Tho Hilton Head correspondent of the
Times, says owing to sheer carelessness, on
the 23J, the rebels surprised a portion of the
3d Xew Hampshire, killing Lieut. Wiggin,
privates Downs and G. W. Adams, and
wounding C. O. Ring, C. Morgan, II. II-
Nichols, and capturing 32 others. The
enemy then retreated.
PiiiLADiLrniA, Aug. 27.
Tbe Washington Jtrputitcan of to-daysays
Mr. Hawxbuist, of Fairfax, and Clerk of I
the Circuit Couit, sits that be and all the
Union mea in Fairfax were compelled to
leave there on Wednesday, tbe rebels having
taken possession of the place.
Yesterday bo returned to learn the late of
bis family, but-was met on the way by citi
z-ns from Vienna who were escaping from
that place. " 700 rebel cavalry having made
a descnt upon it. But one Union man is
left in Vienna, whioh is only 12 miles from
t is understood that there h a large rebel
lire at lesliurgb, and tho prevailing opin
ion if, that they ijtend crossing into Mary.
land, by way of Waterfard, the water not
b lug more tban knee docp thcro.
PciLADELfntA, Aug 30,
The Washington Sar of last evening oon-1
taim the foliowin: :
We have iBhmtkn that satisfies us that
! rebel fiiree tr.at saddenlv arpearod U-
ween tbe position ol the army of General
P.ipe at Bristow on Tuesday niht last.
ws the armv ol Jacks n and Stewart's in-
dejiendent cal y c rts. Tbey consisted of
infantry and artillery, and marched about I
30,000 strong from near Waterloo on the
neadwaters of the Rappahannock around by I
White Plains to Jlaoas-as. abmt SO mil
in two days, without wagons, tents, Wan'
kets, or even knapsack
Imtead id fighting merely a portion of
Stewart's eivalry at Manassas, day belore
yeelcrday, Tayb r'e brigade was actually con-
fronted by tbe greater portion of Jackson's
cjrps d arm'.e.
Fitzhugb Lee, were present at Manassas
durius the engagement
Yesterday, at 1 o'clock P. M. Jackson's
advance occupied Fairfax Court Houe, ina
force by cavalry, and had collected their own
woonded of the action of tho day before with
Taylor, il not their vtounded of the eEci
ment on the eame day with Hooker, and also
tbcinsoneisthey took from Tavlor.
In the afternoon, about E00 of this eavalrv
loroc, under Stewart m person, moved down
from Fairfax C. II. to Vienna
Hooker's battle ol tbe d ly belore yesterday
was with iwell s division, and was a grati'
Maj. uen. 1'opc by hall past nine yester
day morning bad concentrated his very large
army so as to salely interfere with tho calci
Iations upon which tho rebel generals musj
have ventured their bold and extraordinary
movement. He had gut McDowell's force
including Gen. Sigel'a probab.y between
Jackson s rear and Longstreet's front and
had also all the rest of his army well up
witnin supporting distance,
Thus it continued through the balance cf
the afternoon. Ficts within our knowled-o
lead to the impression that in 24 hours, di
rect communication will have ba;n establish
ed between Washington und Moj. General
Pope's army, moro rspecially as there signs
tuat Jacksjn's army crps is endeavoring to
proceed westwardly as though making lor
the experiment of opposing tho re-establish
merit of mch Communication, with his im
mediate front, with Pope's army, practical- I
between him and the other rebel corr.s
We may ndd that Gen. McCIellan is dis-
jaislni Lis heavy Uoiou force arout,d Wash
ington and Alexandria and the lortifications
Moo will hoor. Uyoi imi.iriant part in
the . tel.tlul driu .1 tM hour.
In Hi- Wiiroi yitiday the atuck cer-
taiult cu.. Il 'ui mil r-iie
PniLADELriUA, Aug 30.
" Occasional" of tho Prim says, while
urns, cigei ana jicu-mell are barassinc
Jackson in the fltnk, Gen. Banks is in his
rear, and a larger army than all, under com-
macd of Geo- cCltUm disputes his march.
ar Department, has abandoned the idea of
w,vM ..-b. ... ....Hii.es uc jucituuj I
burned her. Our gunboats afterwards di
6troycd the town of Bayou Sara.
Com. Porter of the gunboat Essex, has
gone up the river to clear out all the nests
of guerrillas on the banks.
Baton Rouge is to be evacuated and pre.
parations are making for the tcjommodation
of Gjv. Shepleyat Xev Orleans. Batun
Rouge will probably bo destroyed.
BreckmiJgs has sent a note to Colonel
Payne commanding at Baton Ronge, stating
that in consequence of tho impressment of
negroes and others to work for our troops,
the rebels will raiso the black flig and will
neither give nor ask quarter. Col. Payne
makes a dignified reply, closing by saying:
" I shall never raiso tha biaok flag which all
civilized nations abhor, but shall maiatain
the flag which you havo si often promis?d to
llnrQCAF.Trce. field cr Battle, )
Geoteto.v, sear Galvisville, Aug. 30. J
Maj. Gen. IfaUcck, Gencralin-Chrf Wash,
ington, D. C.
iVe fought a terriCc battle here yesterday,
with the combined forces of tha enemy,
which lasted with continuous fury from day
light untill alter dark, by which time the
enemy was driven from tbe field, which we
now occupy. Our troops arc too much ex
hausted to push matters, but I shall do so
in the coursa of the morning, as soon as
Fitz John Porter's corps come up from Ma
nassas. Tbe enemy is still on our front, but badly
used up. We have lost not less than 6,000
men, killed and wounded ; and from tbe ap
pearance of the UiM, the enemy have lost
two our one.
lie 6tood strictly on tbe defensive and evety
assault was made by ourselves. Our troops
have behaved splendidly.
The battle was fought on tbe identical
battle field of Ball Run which greatly in
creased the enthusiasm of our men.
The news just reaches me from the front
that the enemy is . retteAting toward the
I go for. vard at oooa to see.
We bare made great captures, but I am
not able yet to form an idea of their extent.
PmLADSLDtA. AU. 20.
The Baltimore Amtrkmtt hat a letter from
Alexandria dated 3 o'clock yesterday. It
bays that our troops are being poshed for.
ward rapidly from there. MeUleliao had
viwted Washington and accepted the com'
I inand of the Army of Virginia.
ruStives from Manassas and Fairfax report
tblt ""Me ' the direc-
tiun ol tbe lutter place, and it was supposed
tuat the guvernment stores had been destroy
cd. It is also sail that the rebels have de
stroyed tho bridge over Aeootiok Creek,
which is five miles tbis cideof Manassas, Ball
Run'&nd Centreviile. It h also said
that the rebels have captured two
out of fcur New Jersey Regiments stati iued
Gen. linker's Brigade is reported to have
checked the advance of tbe rebels at Centre,
ville and driven them back to Mannas.
Gea. Pope is b yond Manassas cat off from
Imm Washington. General Burnside and
General Porter's corps bad landed at
Arquia Creek. It ii also said that
I Gen.Ewell has penetrated to the rear of Gen
P-'po, and oecapies tbe left hank of Occo-
I 1avD Riw. A large farce is marching to
I mwt "1? " ,0 assist in opening a way to
ueo. Pope and Barns-de.- It the inovemen
nient is successful, it will doubtless
r'doa rohe' army in a worse
posittan than that which the
main oody of our troops is now in, as they
can, if necessary, fall back to Fmlsricks-
uujk", auu reacn nasnington oy river. Un
tbe other hand, if Jackson is cut off bis ar
my may be scattered and destroyed. The
movement of tbe rebels is a bold one, bo
Xdw Yoke, Aag. 20.
Tho Newark Mertxru of tbis morning
says a special messenger reached Trenton lasl
niaht witb dispatches from the War Dep't to
Gov. O.den to forward every man that is now
enrolled to Washington, whether (quipped
Two regiments leave immediately.
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aian, 114m leeivea tioatci, at 7 au a. 21. via
Lowell, Lawrence or Fitebbuig. Leaves Spring
Held, at T IS A. M . B.-11-.wa Falls 1J H P.M.
eaaaetanaatWoiteitaver Junction with Xortiiem
Kailroadfrom Boston, and with faasomrxio Hail
road for and from St. John. bury anl Littleton
arnvingat Burlington at o l i P.M., and t A 1 barn
atTJol'. if. Ogdensbtuvh at 8 5J A. M., and
.Montreal at 10 .: P. M.
AcoaatioDAViaa Tauix leaves rrthScll at 7 20
A. AI., and Barlington at ' 2 A. .M.. fir House's
I'qtnt and Montreal.
w Kxraess inn, leaves bell, mi Fall, at
i 15 P. M., reeetring pasMngcrs from Vermont
valley nail road leaving New York at H 00 A. M
and front Cheabire Raiiroal leavin- Boston 1 CO
1'. il., connecting at White Miver Junction with
traia leaving Boston at 5 30 P. !., ria
Lowell or at 4 00 P.M. via Lawrence. Leaves
"bite River Junction at 114 p. M.
riving at Barlington at 5 'i0 A.M., Houc' Toint
at 7 MA.M.,Montreal at 10 00 A.M., an I Oldens
bank at 12 40 P. M. c ,-.nc-tin - with Cracd
Trunk Trains for Dolre .t, t'.ii a.-o and tbe It est.
aieenina Cars are a'.'.ehed ii h..i s i'.-
xpreea trains ruanlng let een 1: u-e puiatd
Throurh Tiokets forCbicaeo ar.d the Veat for
aaie at tae principal station
(I. .M Kit 1.114,, Sopt.
ouAioana, vt.. jaay it.
and after Nov. 25, IS61, V
" will run as fellow. fSanJv..
Mail Leave Oir-lensburib at 11.30 4
stopping at all stations (Jute at Malone, 2.40),
arrive at Koases Point at 5. GO r. a., couneetioe
.nu mania arains witn apirmats umni Uart
attacoea, ana ears tur atootreai, arr.vlog at Bos-
Mail Leave Boston and New Yerk at 4.00
ar., arriving at Rouses P int at 7 15 4. it., Malone
10 40 4.11., Potsdam Junction 13.17 A. is .Or.
dtnabttrgi 2 00 r. ennnectiag with the Grand
Traak Hallway and Like Ontario Steamers, and
uuawa ana rrcseott runway t r tne es: and
Tbe Trains connect at Potsdam Junction with
Tralnaat the l'. tadata anl Watertown Hailroad,
at -Mooera Junction with Trains of the PI atta
in rgo and aiontreai Kaiirir-d.
.'?. V. IIOTI.K, Supt.
RUTIiASD c IJUIILIX.TO.V It. It.
ooeaioefwiur JU17 zo. IS' I. t.aiul w 11 rj. aa
.24 A. at , Mail Taais for Ito'toa, Loa-ell, Wor-
ceeter, ccuowa r ails, ueeae, Fitetjoorgh, Brat-
tieoxro, rpriagneM. llartlora, aad .ew Haven.
Throvjh fa Uealra uatioai Cktujr tf Cm.
10.13 a. M , Earntsa Tbalv for HntlanJ, Troy,
Aiuany, ,itv lora, nrneneetuiy, SBil tae neat.
Through from Montreal tt Tmy without ehana-e
of Cars Arrive at Troy at 3 V) p. Ntir
a ora -j.w r. ar.
9.20 r. at., Nicnr Exntaas from Montreal to New
York, with Slttputj er. Arrive in Troy at
.le a. 31., ,yzw aoia IV JJ A.. through to
iivj .iwvu, guiujs ui caia .
r&oai Tai surra asd usr vatixs aaaiva At aoa-
Llaarosr as vollows:
0.00 a. ., AccoarafoSatios Taai.x from ltutlaal.
ion irain leaves rtuuaad at 4 14 A. M.
5.34 r. a., Mail Thai from Boston, Lowell,
Worcester, Springfield, Hartford, aad New Ha'
ven. Leare Boston 7.20 a. a.
5.55 r.u. Exraxss Tbai.v from New Y. rk at 7.00
a. at ; aroy. j:.au r.u.
THROUGH TICKETS Mil to all tbe mlncinal
points Eut, South are! West, and baagage cheeked
ir" Fare always as low at bv a ay other line.
& A. UI1APIN, Sap't.
Burlington, Vt July 14, 1SCJ.
ATLANTIC MONTH I,
Received ani fur sale by
Jcne 23, 1SC2,
FRESH KIPPI.Y IilNTISiQTO
GUE AT LB1Aa II E 31 K V
TLil celebrated Female Jledicine
posiesaiDg virtues unknown cf any
thing die of tho kind, and proving
effectual after-all othera hare failed,
i.i prepared from aa Indian plant
a'elbytbe natlrei for the same
purpose from time immemorial.and
notv for the firit time offered to the
pnhlio. It is designed for both
fmrrl.1 n I .Inrle ladiei.and is the
yjj r"J b3' thing known for the pur
SttTtm'. aa it will brine on tbe month-
3a$ !ly i lckness In case of ob.trnctloa
aSfrom any cause, and after all other
remedies of the kind have been tried la vain. Thli
may sceta Incredible, but If it fail In any cats tbe
mcn-y will be refunded.
OVER. TWO THOUSAND BOTTLES
hare cot been soil without a tingle
failure t:a takca aa directed, and without
tbe lean Injury to health In any eate. tiT It li
put up in bottles of three different strengths, with
lull directions for using, and sent by express,
closely sealed to all parti of the country.
PKICE3 Fall strength, $10; half streogth,
$5 ; quarter strength, $3 per bottle.
BrKemember ! This medicine is designed ex-pre-baiy
for obstinate eases, which all other reme
dien of the kind have failed to cure; also that it
Is wirrinted as represented la every refpeet,or the
price will be refunded. J3f Beware of imitations t
None warranted unless purchased directly of Dr.
or at his oSce. Prepared and sold only at
Dr. Mattison's I'.emedial Institute for Special Dis
ease. No. Ii Union Street, Providence. R. I.
fji'Thi) specialty embraces alt diseases of a
private nature both of men and women, by a regn
arly educated pbysiciin of twenty years' prae
t, prirg tbcm bis whole attention.
HTConsultations by letter or otnerwlse a re
trictly confidential, and medicines will be sont
by Eii reft, secure from observation, to all rarts
ot tbe United fctite.. Also, aeo:maoditions for
Ladies from abroad wishing fur a secure and qaiet
Retreat, and good care until restored to health.
Caution. It has ton estimatel that over
two hundred thousand dollars are paid to swin
dling o,uackl annually, ia !ew England alone,
without amy UttfJ to those who pay IU All this
eomea from trusting, tnr hrtt inquiry, t: rata who
are alike deetimte of honor, character or skill,
whose enlv recommendation is their own false and
extravagant sxrrioaa in praise ol themselves.
Ir, tberelore, you would ar,i eriiy Kumbuyytd,
take no mail's word, ni naffer tchai Kit prrren
ti n. are, but S1AKK INQUIRY: it will cost
y.u ni-l'iiDg, a-d may sate you many regrets;
for, aa advertising physicians, in nine cases out
ot tn. aro bo,;u, tbero is no safety in trusting
any -f firm, unl-ffi you know ira. and e-W they
iTlir. A! il tevlfrtt, by enclosing one
stamp aj ab'iie, a pamphlet on Diseases or Wo
KAi, anl n ytiysXt dutasit generally, giving
lull Ki'ru.at! n, with tho most undoubted refer
enrea and tetijit-nia!s, without which, co adrer-ti-mg
physici'-n r medicine f tbis klr.l is do
serwn; aay e-nrT a f, traj,ie-
llr'Jrdfis l.v p- '1 - !!.. att: i
"Vni-.. i ,1..-. , ' - 1 dire ' t.Da
M in " . h i Duel
ie ', .'v. ' -, na.r
s. 1 'Mr.M reCerti-n , ie ti e. nvia-e
'V .-i:ible -jai of the 11 v nd danger
.I. ivlyi w. 'a ''athart i j Me llcine.. "'b
,rdt- t--- i u, an 1 iu t'al. Anexperieie
r rtyye-rsba' tausht me that tbe ooastln'ly
Brr ing evilsef indigestion are fearfully agi; a-
r-. I iv to tni tre u.e o Uithartles. J ie
A '-r mpeople are flt be lining a nalion of
dy- j '5 by tbeir artincial m-ides oflife. Dri
ll 'a-i artic. increase the Irritability aad pr is
tr toa etrangtn ot tne digestive organs.
i u-- P.lla now nffered are specially dVtigne' t
d 'n t .u trritaoittty, and at tae same ttme to
in- ' and strengthen all the funetions of 1t-
g-n, while t'.ey are areatly laxative. Thry
are , mild act invigorating that one ie sot re
luinkdbyanv disagreeable effects that he hr..
Ba'ip.e-a Men, ftulcuts, rrofeseional Men, Ft
tn-le tod alt persons leading a era fi reed or seden
tary l,:c anould try tnera.
Ii.o uile.-.inci Physidaas cheerfully certify
o ti,- ,iia pn feasional sUndiag of Dr. Colby a
t.nKa-i. one of the eldest and beet Physician
an 1 1 the excellent qualitix of bia "Antl-eettlve
ac ' i -.ic PiU.,M which re hare used in our prac-
u e, an i uigniy approve.
J. B. Uiaso.v, M. 10., Dunbaa, C- F.
C. K. CoTTO.i, M. D-, Cowansvill
Csuu.aa Baow.v, M . D.,
S. Fi.svaa, M. D.. Bntae.
XoaiiA!. CutvrutMD, M. D , Baruten.
N.Jsati, M. D-,
C. W. Cowtats, M. D., Sum tea J.
Josnr .Mnaa. M. D.. "
Josara LarAnox.M. D., Surgeon It. X.
uujAaiui lauo.v. 31, u.. Coatlcook.
Luscsl HicBiioin, M. D., Derby Line.
M. h. uiasaav, il. u. tenpten, u E.
O.O. Soxnu, M. D.. Magog. 3. E.
J. C. htnniEroRD, M. D., .Newport, Vt.
i repareu ny irit. ji. t taj.ux.
Starutesd, C. K-, anl Derby Line, Vt.
acu traere meatceoe u sole geaerallj.
August 21. 1.-G1. daw
5,0! 10 vu,. i
shirting Stripef ;
KcU and Blue Flannels:
Far's and Mee's Cassimeres;
Dr:llinj, Corset Jeans, Paper Musline,
etc., ie., ic
1 be ab'i e (looJs aro jut reeeited, and are of
tare I at tbe LUII EST MARKET TRICES.
Melehaota will Bad this .took in eomplele order
ani at prieca tbat will empire favorably with
other maiketa, with tho addition of freight. Tbe
attention ot purcbaaert of tha above Uoods Is in
vited, otl.evtng their interest may be benefited.
'(eoe- t'l ana examine.
EDW'D LVM AN.
Mai H, 1-l.J . alf
S.l'KINt. STYLES just isKn:ivi:D
limiiS (.LOTIIIYG STOKF,
.NKW AD LAR1E ASSORTMENT OF
Ol tbe Latent Stylet aad the Beat Quality, in-
cladrag BLACK AND FANCY CASSIMERES,
ilk Mixed and all Wocl
FLA.WTL COATISGS, I ESTISGS,
APRIXG OVERCOATS, GESTS'
rill.MSIII.VG GOODS, Air.,
01 ail de!.iptiu:ie, i. now open al U. TURK'S
old aland, uask Block.
Garments of all kinds,
will be litre raox
N U W TATTE II N S,
In tbe LATEST STYLE and la tas best
manner. A large stock cf
. llcit'i y-madc Clothing,
01 ail evades and prists Is kept constantly n
lyC-lLL AND EXAMINE US
L'urliagton, May 4 dawtf
n i; w hooks.
AKTEMUS WARD, Us Boot.
Tho Master,' by Mary A. Denisen.
BotU'a Count Caroor."
'Bayard Taylor's 2d aeries of Uomeaal Abroad,'
(.axtrtt $ miiioa.
For sale by
C 0. FRENCH t CO.
Ma 21 daw
SI li N
JMIIiriNO, ULA7.INO QRAININ I
J rERIIANOINi,, .to.
by J, L.St AULDINt.',
(late of the firm of Raiacll A Spauldint.j
College street, (shop 'ormerly occupied by C
uaynes,! iisrungton, t u
rch 3 lSeu. if
JUST RECEIVED by Expreti, Black and h
Checked CHINA SILK; Black and White
inectea W.VJH silk.; Plain
BONNET SILKS and RIBBONS
al 1 colors,
a fall aaiortment
if KAQLAJIS and JACKETS
both Plain and Plaid Cloths. Call
n-liee, it EDWARD RARLOiY'S
V . V l I V N It F. 31 I I
Townnnd Cenntr Ileeerde Borraedl
ca-ritllK Stores of Ransom A Ketis, at Eaat
ST l Poultney. t., witb the Town rteeords,
and of Vfm. M. Weed, Esq.. Clerk of tbe Courts,
Sandwich, N. II., with tbe Records.
There Is no protection for inch valuables against
loss by Ere, but a sain uiat is nre prooi.
TUE "MARLAND PATENT"
IS THiJ ONLY SAFE
or loiroar MAacrAcrcax
that has Hot Failed ia any Fit
to Preserve the Books aad Papers
Vide:" Important Testimo
ny ot Hie at Laeonta, a. n
Fire at Eaat Boston, Mass., July 1. 1S61 ;
Boston Post, De .( and , I860, Aug.
21 and 2S, 1961.
M, Sarrs rossiss rat list Dericvs as ta:s
THZSZIX X4MID. IXCXfT
THE MAIILAND PATENT.
Safes bnllt to order without extra cost. Prices
to correspond with the times. Second -handsales
taken in exchange, and for rale at fee. pneet.
M. II. Ulgeloer k Anson Hnrdr,
32 tcHOot. Srarrr, Bosros,
1. J. DUNKLEE. Asctr,
RETCLV TICKETS, LONDON AND BiCE
TinsT cr.ass. ... tc
THIRD CLASS, ... 06
TWEES NE" YORK AND
T.1VELPOOL landlxg and
rmpRvsTnwv iTnland.i Tha LlrerDool. New
York and PbiladelphiaSleams h Company Intend
despatching their lull-po ire. Clyde-bunt steam.
sairs as toiiowe :
CItsjLir. Saturday, Aug- 30.
City of New York, Saturday, Sept. .
Clt cl Wairilncton. Satnrdav. Sept. IS.
aoi every Saturday, at Noon, from Pier It, North
RATES Of PAS6AOI .
FIRST CABIN, $74,00 I STEERAGE. $J0,00
do to London, 80,00 do to London,S33,00
Steerage Return TiekeU, good for mouths, $60,00
I'airengers torwaraea to rini, uarre, ura
unrg, nremen, ttotieraam, Antwerp, o., k i
itnred tbrnne-h fares.
C37Persons wi.hine to bring out their friend.
can buy tickets here at tbe following rates, to New
fork : From Liverpool or Quetnstown ; First
Uoln, J7a, ana tiua. aieerage irom uner
pool 10.00. From Queeastom $30.00.
These Steamers have supei or accommodations
for passengers, and tarry expt ieneed Surgeons.
Tbey are built In ater-tlght Tron Sections, and
nave fatent lire Al niniiatora in ooaru.
For further Information apply at the Company
JOHN O.DALE. Agent. 14 Broadway, N. Y
II. N.DRUKY, Aent, Bprllngton.
Marsh 1. dawl-
SUHt) Villi SALE.
A MOaT convenient Carriage Shed, at tbe Firs
t'alviniftie Congregation! 4Ieetlng-bou.e
sale. Inquir- al th rre I ress HDC.
nly 19. ISl'l daw
French i'rotcsianl Institute
I'OH VOU.VC LADIES
REV. N. CYR, PRINCIPAL.
NOSTREAL, C. E
t 11IE adranUges olered in this Establishment
a tor tbe acquisition ol brencn are very great.
as tats langaago is spoken constantly ny tae mem,
Ders oi tne family, and no pains are sparea tor tai
taoroogn and rspti advancement oi toe pupils.
Rev. J. tloadby, Montreal.
J. W. Conroe. Middlebury. VL
Hon. R. Lansing, Watertown, N. Y.
Rev. L. Howard, RntUnd, Vt.
tr. If. Nichols, Esq., "
Q. Humphreys, Esq., Auburn, N. Y.
Rev. a Pease, D. D., Rochester, N. Y.
Rev. M.B. Atderson, i).D., '
Rev. Baroa Stow, D. D., Boston, Mass.
Rev. E. N Kirk, D. D.,
Rev. Dr. Turnbull, Hartford, Coon.
Rev. O . T. Samson, D. D., Waibingtoa, D. C.
0. E. Howard, Esq., Spriagteld, M.
iter. Dr. Sheldon, Troy, -V. Y.
Ex-Mayor Woodruff, Qulncy, III.
Montreal, April 21, 1663. daw
G. D. WELLER,
Sncceasor to A. S. Dewrj,
(.UOCKIUES AND PltOVISIONS
bPLRM, WHALE KEROSENE OILS.
PRESERVED AND DRIED IRCTT3.
fSOEID 4.VD FICKLXO ri!B,
uuextsal's toiaoco, ztc,
a. a. arriiia. ifurite, I r.
. z. vtuta.
Burlingtoa, May 1J, 1663. diwti
A Great Bargain.
IOR SALE, a gold watch heavy fine gold
hantinz Case, cleraatlv chased : sunerfor
xrenca uovemeni; rant antra aapt wiu once
winding ; a good time-keeper and a baadsorae
thing with vest cbala attached. Owing to dr-
caraetances not aeceasary lo mention, the owner
oScrs it at aa ajranuai?. biepnct for "caah or
Anotber such caaaco to obtain a superior watch,
at fes 1 131 wofuafe pries may not occur ia a cen
tury. Tbe watch may be seen and trl-o learned by
inquiry oi i,. a. ,uuivb.
uurilrgton J nre iota. dawtf
rilHE subscribers having surehued the well.
X known Livery Sund recently oecunled br
0. D. Mathews, would respectfully announce to
tne puor.o teat may tr ready to aocommodate
the people of Burllnzton with ant thlar In their
line, at all hours aad at shortest notice, and solicit
a scare ot tne patronage ot tbe public.
A EH CARRIAGES, GOOD HORSES,
ASI) CAREFUL DRIVERS
upplid at all tines, and no palatspared to please
rimer. tu LUliUttUll,
C. F. BLAKE.
April 7. dawtf
To Business Men.
Itnr- Chance lo make
TUE SUBSCRIBER, owlag to lit health, asd
consequent inability to attend to basinets.
offers his whole property ia the Vtllsre of Bur-
lagtoa, Vt-. for sale, consisting of
ONK HIIICK DWELLING-HOUSE, la
gooa repair, wita uarn aaa uaraea attaeaed.
ALSO. THE STOCK OF GOODS IN
C11I.1A HALL, comprising a large and
well-seltcted assortasent of Crockery, China,
Olass-Ware, Paper-Uanging., Ac, ic. This
Store was established in 1617, and la the larg
est IIocjo this side ol Troy, asd commands an
eatenilra and proStalle trade cHVssfe ed
ALSO, THE STOCK OF 3I1LLINEIIY
GOODS, in tie Store No. 119 Church it.
The above property it very desirable, asd will
be SOLD CHE A PTirmt Easy.
For farther particulars laaulre of the tubic riber
at Chlai Hill, 133 Church street.
S. 8. BROWN
Barlington, Vt, May 31, 1E63.
DR. .MARSHALL'S HEADACHE
ritlHSSNUrrhas thorodthly proved Itself to
X be the best artiolo ever known for curinr tho
Catarrh, Coli In tbe Head, and the Headache. It
bas been found an excellent remedy In many cases
of Sore Eyes. Deafness has been removed br It.
and Hearing has been greatly Improved by IU
use. It purges out all ontunetaoai, strengthens
the lands and gives a healthy actioa to tha carta
affected. It Is recommended by many of the best
payticians, ana is ssea wita great tatttiactaoa ev.
rpRIPE, DRIED BEEF, HAMS AND MANY
otaer good tatngs lust received at
I WOULD RESPECTFULLT INFORM
Cuitomert and the Pnblie tbat I am now pre
pared to show the
NEW SPRING STYLES
tor 1863 for their approbation.
I Intend at all time to have a full and varied
aaaorlmeat ot Goods la my Una which will be off
ered aa low as the tame quality of Goods can be
Ureat pains will be taken to have the latest
tyles, good materials, and extra workmaashlp.
Cheap Goods at very low srieea. rood riaeJf. .1
air 1 vlng prices can always be found at the
P k FUR STORE.
Errllneton, March 8th, 13CJ,
Alt kinds of
constantly on hand
and made to order
rastrv, Ice Cream, and Jellic.
A nne asmrtmenl cf Cake Trimmings . A variety
CHILDREN'S TOYS, DOLIS A DOLLo' HEAPS
of every rite, quality an a price
Tate"""" leyet.W. COUGH CA API
I rl Street. Burlingi- n, VI
J P. All oaj raonrtr arrtJirir ve.
mm f 11 17 n 1 I i tr
31 T S . ts. Ji ' n u i i h e
rOOLD give notice that she has wrec-d
her rooms at tne
SEWING MACHINE PARLOR
No. 0, College St.,
And is prepared to executo orders for SHIRT
MAhUJNU, Otaat.ut-.va, aau i .nm u.
PLAIN rand ORNAMENTAL WORK
In the best manner and ai short ictice
r .JI..' TJtien toilers. L. aakfast JackeU
and Mlrtes's Sacks, on hand I made to order
MRS. S. S. BROWN.
Sew York Bonnet Store.
- rsT e..ntfnllT Infonna her nu erous cas-
11 tomers that she haton hacd ach .e a-s-rt-
PA I.I.nnd IVINTEIt HO.N.N LT.
Which she will offer at prices below any other
house tn the trade. One call will suSce to con
vince all that this stock stands unrivalled for
richness of material, beauty anl eariety cf de
sign. Our term? are t a Ml
Mis. Baows returns her sincere thanks for
fcr OTat! fnereaed custom, ani ht.tnz arti.tt
and talent of the rst ability to atai.t her, she
feels assured that sbe can give ini roased satlslac-
tlon to ail laroring ner witn in i i'iie:ii0,
no pains or trouble will bespar. ita please. Sbe
has engaged, regardless of ea en, a trimmer
from tbe celebrated tabliebm t of Mdl. Bernets
of Broadwar. New Vork. who I:
first ability, and who takes cha.ge of, and super
intends her work exclusively for fashionable
trade, to which we can guarantc perfect satis
faction. MHS. s. s. Btion,
II?. Church St., Burlington, VL
June 24 til, 18G2.
1 UST erienin? a new and desir.ble a.wrtrnent
LADIES SERGE CONGBESS GAITERS
LADIES KID C0N0RESS GAITER-5.
I AMI KHI!SKISand SLIPIMHtS.
MISSES SKKGE and KID t OX-
C11ES, aad LACE 1IUO TS,
itll.upply of CHILDREN'S SHOE-
',i Mu'i. Bors" an! Y'rts'i B-crsaad
Eaors, efvanens linf,,
E. A JEUEfT.
112 Church St. d.wtf
NEW WAR .1IAP OF VIHGINI
10NTAININO every Town la theSU'e Trie
V E S T E It TICKET .S.
A 31 E 11 I C A N S I
The only through Americai Line to alt Fainr,
West and North West '
LAKE SHORE AND 3IICIIIGAN
rpHE above long established Railroad Line o4"
J- ers unequalled faeilittei for iiuinui!,.
oeoarwa ai creigai to ait points ivest aad
- m quit; time aa cy any ctaaa)
Fcrt at lavas by any ot rr Emit
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH
ALL POI.Vla WEST AD NORTH -WEST
This line offers superior Indacecenta to Am.rt.
cu ciuaens to pureaue tiexeu over it, because
snder the new tax bill. It will ba obil ...
tho United Sutes government 1 1.07 ner each raei.
eager from Buffalo to Chlca.-o: and in h. . I
pruooruou to an intermediate points we?t cf
The patronaje of all patridlo citizens is there-
fore dne Ills Hi-, a It parses entirely through
American soil, and contributes dlrjet'y
To lb Snppsrt of the Federal Covrm-
On the contrary, th Canada i;-.. .... l
EriOih soil, and do not enntribnt l .v,. i....
".w evyyvi . 01 our governoent-
aaaaeugeri compelled to pate over the Canadian
IAnes sbofild to earafal tn ...n-; I. i ,
with rptaa for their expenses ia C-nada, aa the
Canadians refuse American bills except a an
Passengers, wishing to croenro HeV.i. in.
emitii a ,tl ...I.. " , . . J s
ti: Am.H,re, ,,:"'2?s ?.auK?
Railroad E7cLnt7u,lon7u N Eng&d
by aprjlieatlon to R. C. ltonrr: v. i 6. ',Tt
n.t.i niv i nn, """can
""i wKocrtiii, unura Street,
tended to'" ij fT"!
R. C ROWE,
I etei Ttclrt Ofiet. A. I .Imerieen
or R. COLBERTII. ri,
Burlington, Jlay 9ti, 1663 dawtf
ri'HK largest assortment, tha haniscr-eit iv.
J mortdetlrableandthelatestlrof ' be
be found la Burlin?tnn .i r.
i i. upon exanlcaticn cfth
CaJf fltirf See.
May., H6J. dlwt,
A FULL AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
of FINE JEWELRY t7...ir?
. .,. .-ili - ' J" ea
........ vj wweiiiien at i.o. 1, iiaak Block
cossjsrtxo iv nar cr
F1KE GOLD AND SILVR WATCHES
NEW STYLES OF PINS AND EAR-ORNA- '
MISTS. BK1CIHTJ, CIL1IX8 (losq lyB
aoar), aouo eoLosuiyr-Etrrross xd
sreps, tocxtra ix SRUT TiRlrrT
rixoea-aucs. gold axans, aETS
stats, caoisrs, ire, at
May 30. BRISSJUID A HILDKETII
fTtHE Barlington. Yl. T.r, .-
-i- prepared to farnlahFreah Hr,-..T.I. "
cr In strength, whiteaeu of eolor, and ll P ,?.
properties which render it the W fo? Bl.flLi
Chemical and mechanic I purpc. It th v?i
10WEST CASH PurriV0"' " " ER a
This lime is burned In T?tt. .r .
BURLINGTON LIME .0
J "Uil, at '
July 3, 1861.
ILLUSTRATED WAR PAPKns.
TTtOR Sale at
June 19, 1861.
ENVELOPES FOR POSTAGE (Tit.
auaainr inane-." ...I r . 1
at ai IVUUMB,
The peculiar tar.-. -infection
in the eonstatonon.
multituilcs of men
cither prrxlncc. nr
proelncril by nn .
- fcpblcl. tttiatcl t-
of the I 'noiT wi er.
that Crti'l 1 ' -
li'nntpt- M' -i u
'the vital f'T' - n !
TifTfinm aetion. jr
S6yySSlcavee th" y"' n
fall into elisorier ,t
decay. The scrofulas contaniination i-rionslf-
caused by r.ien urial disea"-. '
living, tliiorderetl diKestion from unheal;
food, impure air, filth and filthy hah
the depressinff vice, and, above til.
the venereal infection. Whatever he i
origin, it ii hereditary in the CMsntnti'ir
descending; "from parents to children ur
the third and fourth generation ; " indeed.
fcems to be the rod of Him who ay, " I n'.
visit the iniquities of the father upon tic r
chlilren." The diseases it originates ul.
various names, according to the organ
attacks. In the lungs, Scrofula produ. -tubercles,
and finally Consumption: in t'
glands, swellings which suppurate and I
come ulcerous sores; in the stomach ar '
bowels, derange menu which produce in-l
gestion, dyspepsia, and liver complaint' : ' "
the skin, eruptive and cutaneous affectior
These, all having the tame origin, require ti
same remedy, viz., purification and invito:
tion of the" Mood. Purify the blood, ar !
these dangerous distempers leave you. W ith
feeble, foul, or corrupted blood, you cannot
liava health; with that "life of the flesh"
healthy, you cannot have acrofuloua dtatav
is compounded from the most effectual an':
dotes that medical science has discovered for
this afflicting distemper, and for the cure o:
tho disorders it entails, a nat it a mr 5ur
I jjrjr t0 anj- other remedy yet devised. '
Vnown br all who have (riven it a trial. 11
It does comtrtne virtues uuiy eauwimiwi;
in their effect upon this class of complaint
is indispuubly proven by the great multitol -of
publicly known and remarkable cures it
has made of the following diseases : King's
Evil, or Glandular Swellings, Tumors.
Eruptions, Pimples, Blotche3 and Sore?.
Erysipelas, Ecsa or St alnttony's Fire.
Salt Bheum, Scald Head, Coughs iron
tunerculous deposits ia tha lungs, White
Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia.
u. T ,y :-" ct.:i:- A
JJyspepSU OT IndlgesUon, SypMls anrl
Syphilitic Infections, Mercurial Diseases.
Aid!. BerntU fimile Weaknesses, and, indeed, the whol
aiti.t of the ecric5 of jofapfcujitj fat arUc from imprant.
cf the blood. Minute reports of indivieij
cases may be found in Arm's Ajiirk a
Aijiasac, which is furnished to the drugs.
for gratuitous distribution, wherein may i
Icarriil the directions for iu use, and sor.
of the remarkable cures which it has ma 1
when all other remedies had failed to aft-'
relief. Those cases are purposely takr
from all sections of the country, in or.!
that every reader may have access to
one who can speak to him of iu benefits fr-.
personal experience. Scrofula depresses t
vital energies, and thus leaves its victims f -more
subject to disease and iu fatal rt-i;-'
than are healthy conatitufions. Uenc
tends to shorten", and does greatly shen- -the
average duration of human life. Ii
vast importance of these considerations ! 1
led us to spend years in perfecting a reire '
which is adetraate to ito cure. This we r.
effcr to the public under the name of At 1 -SaasarAaiti-t.
although h is compoeel
ingredients, some of w hich exceed the . r
of SanapariUa in alterative power. E; -aid
you may protect yourself from the ut'.
ing "and danger of these disorders. Fu -out
the foul comiprioiis that rot ami fe
in the blood, purge out the causes of di-c.
and vigorous health will foHcw. By it p--.
Bar virtues this remedy stimulates the .
Innctioir?. and thus expels the disten p
which lurk within the ttrtcm cr tur t
on any part of it.
We know the public have Letn .
by many compoundt of Sine - h :
promised much and did nothing, ia v
will neither be deceived nor disapr 'e ! -.-
this. Iu virtues have been proven 1;. .i
dant trial, and there remains no qui -t:'
its surpassing excellence for the cure i
sjakting diseases it is intended to r- '
Attiaouirh under the same name, it i.- a v .
different medicine from any efhtr which iu.
been before tbe people, and is tar raon- cf
factual than any other which has trcr U
available to them.
The World's Great Bemedy for
Coughs, Colds, Incipient Con
sumption, and for tne relief
of Consumptive patients
in advanced stages
of tho disease.
This has been so long used and :o lei
ttnally known, that we need do no mor.
than atenre the public that iu quality is kept
up to the) beat it ever has been, and that it
may be relied on to do all it has ever done
Prepared by D. J. C. Atek t Co. .
Practical and Analytical Chemist:.
Sold by all druggist every where.
Sold ia BorHogUn by A. C. SPEAR and J. "
ROBT A CO.
I'AItJI FOR HALE
INTttadam, St. Lawrence Co.. N.
7naa PlarV ntT... fn. 1. VI. K.,-
Zenas Clark offers for sal hia h-jaae sarin, it-
uated one mllo frota rotsdam village. It
tains 307 acre, is well watered by a never
ing stream; bason It a small tuvnr orchard, a
young apple orchard, a large fiae dwelling house,
carriage bouse, and other out building, a ge, j
farm dwelling honae, cheese house, barae, ehed
granitier, Ae. Tbe farm is ia a high state of mi
tivaticn and tbe building, aad fences ia perte
repair. Forty cows and other eie.es, with daLy.
farming an-1 eugarinc; utentile. may be had with
the farm. The whole or any part of the ptvrcha--money,
if saliefaetorHy secured, may remain t
interest es long as dented. Apply to
S. B. OORI.ON .
Pot'daen, St. Lawreeec Co., N.
June 15, 1562. dawlwltr.i
FACTS FOIt TUB JUi.UOA-
Altl. YOU AIVAUI!
That a treod No. 3 Wbu Ur A WiUnn .,n
Macbin, with hecsmer, eia bo howght for fti;
fte dollars, ai No. 6 College Street ?
ARE VOU AWARK
Tbat in impri-va-l, crnamtatal broais Wheeler t
n ilaoa tewin2 raaehlne. with mmiMnr ri
cloth presssrnew style hemmer, anj all the Ijte--laprovemeats,
eaa be bought for Ufa e dMIa
at the Agency, No. 6. College iueet ?
ARE YOU A"WA.RB
That a tnrerb silrer r.latxt S. 1 m,.l 1
rTHion Machine ean now K- Vvwicn fn. n e.
dollars, oi- '3 jaalf case at aeve-sly dollara, at th
Sewing Mae-nine parlor. No. , College Street '
Arc vou awaro
That a magniSeent silver elated Vt'beeire
Wilson Macbiae, ia a full eaae of coliahed ntb
trtay, as handsome aa .1 tne piino. and thn.. 1
times more useful, caa be bought for cnly n .
A' Ihr', at No. 6, College Street ?
Tbat the "Cheon Miehinaaf are r!..i t-
their tale lor the moat part ended, and the 1:
retts and auctioa rho-a tiled with 'ujh as a
set eatirtly rattled to piece T
ARE YOU AWARE
That tho Howe 'Lotk-eliteh" .h,
take the Universal Load, aad tbat tho Whec'cr '
Wilaon are the aekieateclmt ..r . , ,
other Lock-Mitch eaachiaea?
All 15 YOU AWARE
What aa acotDtabla inwarst trui., av u ,1
roa Machine la to any lady who haa not g t
AIIU YOU A1VARC
That the vaasirwarilila il. . -
Geo. W. A Q. . BB.imcr, la given with'.aeb
Machine, and that tkoir price, an .1 v aa a;
the factory, and aa cbarra for fnt ht or t r.-
The above are ail Facts
.H.ikc a aute uf them.
Tl:A TR.Ya sT
TUST RECKIYBD fcy Eaprou, . lar. a-..
ment ot Toe Trays, wbtoh will be .old cbe.j
er than ever for tub, at CHA.t HALL.
150 Church at. a p. B".OW
Burlington, Vt., May Mst. 1WI.
0FT.DU,iaSa"a'1 Stetul Characters,
KJ Photographic! Albums. 0 re-
for tale at ICe. each.
t. 0. FRENCH 1 "
3IARA2INKS FOR JULY", 11.3.
E.-LIF.'S MAOAZINE for July
ippr.ymv t t
Uuldo for "
RtTtlrri at tha Chsreh Street Bcok Slore h?