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TI-IE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 24,1803.
1'en-fi oi the Week. Ilr Telegraph. New York, July 15, 0 T. M. There was no stock-board this P. M. The appearances now indicate that the mob have become convinced that sufficient military is in town and shortly to arrive to stop this terrible work. The thieves have confined themselves to scarcely settled districts in the upper part of the city. The police have bravely done their doty, seconded by the military. Tho announcement that the 7th Kcgiment has arrived near the city and tho 71st, 3, th, 23d and 8th, and that other regiments arc also within a few hours ride, has 1-prcad con sternation omons the rioters. Some houses have been burned in lork and Harlem. This afternoon the mob again col lected in 32d street near where a negro was hanginz failing to disperse, a howitzer was traincd'upon them with can'utcr. The first discharge wiped out six; two more dis charges increased the number to 22, when all dispensed. Two negroes were killed thu afternoon. Colcrcd people arc fleeing from the city in all directions. Gold has fallen to 127. Markets aro all dull and nominal. No lntimin it being done of importance. The City Councils have unanimously tossed an ordinance appropriating two mil lion five hundred thousand doll irs to t xempt pojr conscripts. The rioters have recommenced in - l Av enue and are burning the buildings U-twcvn 2Sth and 29th streets. There i- a serious riot also in 3d Avenue, which tliiaiitcns to 1 estenshe. The police and military arc hotly engaged. Cruelties of the worst kind arc practiHxl on the blacks. Tho Hudson liner K. It. le o.mim nced to relay the tracks torn up by the nub. They have a gunboat In the rii. 1 l protect the railroads. Tho mob surrounded the gas rk- at tlie foot of 15th street, and smash.-l the m.lows and beat teveral persons. A deu.-imient of troops took possession of the work", winch t ho tnAli nnn threaten to destmv. and mur der every body in them. The lias C.mpnny hate requested a sparing use of the ga. ow ing to tho limited supply. Gen Brown ha9 received intelligence tliat Torts Richmond and Columbus would le at tacked. Tlie General thought the lamia would et a Icson if they did. A terrible on slaught was made on the negro dwellings in York street last night, and amid the shrieks and groan or the unfortunate women and children, the whole precinct was devoted to devastation. . A collision occurred on 44t!i street tin morning in which it is reported that thru.' soldiers were killed. Mayor Opdykc reoommends the immedi ate proclamation of martial law. but Got. eymour oppo'es it. ltosTOX, July loth. We learn from conductor Holt ot the mid night train from the westward, tlrat n tierce riot'is raging in Troy, X. Y. At 3.30 o'clock yesterday afternoon the mob had demolished the office of the Troy Tim's and driven ofl" the telegraph operators who h.id gone to Greenbnsli opposite Albany. An outbreak was expected in .l'm. The latest news from Xew York dated I let evening states that the riot was last niliid ing. Artillery had licen planted in the pirk to sweep Broadway. Telegraph communica tions will soon be rc-cstabl't-hed with New York. This city is quiet and no indh-iiioni of further trouble at present. Keioke 1'oBi Hcusox, July J. General: The Mississippi Kner i now opened. I hate the honor to inform you that the garri-m of I'ort Hudson surren dered unconditionally this afternoon. We shall take formal posscs'-ion at 7 o'clock in the morning. X. 1'. BANKS, Msj. .cn. Cincinnati, July 15. Morgan reached Georgetown, Iirown County Ohio at midnight. He i pretty well hemmed inandjiis chances of escape arc light. Two gunlsjats and a largcforcc went up to tho ritcr vestenlAv to dispute his crossing. The Ohio River is too high to lord. Hevixjimktlrs Ak.mv all the l'OTOHU", .lull' II. J The news nf the retreat a.i i.-i- and hi army Into Virginia waalied '. u. Meade's headquarters at 5 " el.aek TuchLii morning wha-n Gen. l!uf aral'i- division ol aaialry wa6 ordered to Tailing Wata-is wlien tiny met and capti r J a lrigude a.f rells. under Gen". IVttigrew who was killed. Gan. Mentle t iH a eoaineil of war on Saturday evening consisting of his corps coinmsisler-" wlien the aiua-etiuii of attack was frtly diseased. All tlie Generals were in favor a.f n attaak exca pt (.'ens. Sedgwick, Slocooi, yka-s jnd Trenet lien. Meade him selfwa iiifin . : .ictive .iperntions butfinal ing lit a'oriis e ttiininnders were equally alluded he lm-iiiit.il lo ne t'n' order and the la-l-l nrsiy aaua all .vial to make its a- . eaie. An oral. : w.'c i-mia-l lat night for a i in jieuient aloiu lln w ,i..Ie line at 7 o'clock . tbi A. M. .-ie,di I. M. about 2000 j Pennsylvania luilin.a'aa, n iiad arrived in the . vicinity af 1 layirstown aia- taken to the front and jiait into aitimi. They wcroorder- ed to charge the enemy which was done but j not without some In-aa. Xeu Yoke, July 15. The U'arrf puMWu'd the following sio cial dispatch Harems bow n. Juih' 1 1. The rebels com menced to rtreat across the Potomac Sun day night, Istv sent all his wagon trains and plunderer staick oaer at AVilliauii-port. The tonl is still wry deep and some wagons and a few cattle ttcie alstroyed,theyarrivedat ponton bridge at 12 o'clock lat night, and ooinmieed enw-ing it at once. Hill and Kwell seemed t a liae got away together, and 1Kigstnrt anil Ma'Wart protected the rear. Stewart was driven lieyond here last night by Kilpatrick, who this morning moved down toward IKiwnvillc, and with Buford attacked LongMrcct and Stewart while at tempting to cross. AVc presume a corpe. from the Army of the l'otomac mac was engaged. The rebel pickets out side Hagerstown wire withdrawat4 o'clock, this morning. I-ee himself crousscd the Po tomac on Mundav. "We captured lietwecn 1000 to 2000 prisoners. The rcUl took away several thousand stolen horses. rv . r-i .ii. , i , , a. xirwgai wownsruie nas oeen onsK ail day. Retreat wa hastened by the want of subsistence, tney Having eaten up everything here and sent fur supplies to Martinsburg. lv will be apt to occupy Winchester at once unless a federal force interferes. Several hundred rebels aro reported to have been drowned while crossing at the ords and on the bridge. , Xew Yorl, Julj 17. 0 A. M. Gen. Kilpatrick has arrived here from the front and will at once take steps to quell the riot. There was considerable fighting between the mob and the troops during the Highland 15 of the rioters were killed. More military arc expected to-alar. Xnr York, July 17. The 7im' 'Washington despatch reports Lcc army between Martinsburg and Vin- cncsicr, Headquarters at iiuntcr JIiII. The rebels are in good condition but will 1 not tuakc a stand short of Kichmond. I From another source tho Times learns that the head of the enemy's column has reached Front Koyal. Our cavalry arc at '' South Mountain and occupy all the passes to Chester Cap. They bring in large numlaers of deserters and stragglers hourly. Nrrr Yore, July 17. G'cn. Kilpatrick arrived this evening and a force of cavalry is to lac immediately or ganiied for mounted patrols. From military movements this luurning mostly made there will be but little oppor tunity for the rioters to carry on their hell ish designs. Any attempt will meet with a . most terrible check. Xew York, Juljr 17. Tlie Times' special dispatches from Vasli ton Fay Surgeon General Hammond has gone to Gettysburg. There are about 5,000 Union and 0,000 rebel wounded there, who are bc inj; rapidly Bent to northern hospitals. Lcc e headquarters, on the 15th, were re ported to be at Bunker Hill, lactwccn Win chester and Martinsburs. Rebel officers say that Lee will not make , another stand this sido if Richmond. His trains were all sent to Culpepper. Our cav airy are after the trains. j A later despatch to Times says that our cavalry crossed yesterday and now aaccupy all tlie passes to Chester Gap. The entire rebel force arc now moving , down the valli-y as fast as possioic. Xew Yobk, July 17. The Timts states that 15 'members or the 7th Regiment aro rcjorted killed by stones and brickbats. 700 regulars were sent out as reinforce ments, when a terrible battle took place ; 11 rioters were killed, 17 wounded and 35 taken prisoners. Boston", July 17. The JlrraliTs letter from off Charleston dated July 11, says : Morris Island is ours. Cliarlcston and the Forts are completely lx sieged. Five ironclads and 15 gunboats are oil Sumter. More ironclads will arrive this afternoon. COO fresh men to assist on tlie ironclads and gunboats. Kterything that, mounts a gun and floats will take part in the great work. Admiral Dahlgren and Gen. Gilmore arc i liard at work. All hands are delighted with j them. The grand attack ujwn Sumter is put down for the 14th. bxk out for stirring news. Sumter must fall. ! New York, July 17. , ti...... i..i iii.i;., : li lsih. "(hli i and 'Jlst wards all nicht. Rioters were mowed down by the military, over IS) were 1 Put .i i,T.,.i : nnn a,,.,,.l- The military arc arriving fast. New Yokk, July 'JO. Yesterday vras very ajuiet from the llattcry to Harlem. The military were not even pa troling the infected districts. The Catholic clergy were especially earnest in their dis burses for ajuiet and good order. Five regiments are expected to arritc. The Tribune's special Washington corres pondent says that the government is in pos sesion of information showing a perfect un derstanding between the southern rebils and the New ork rioters. The IlritMi Consul lias notified the pa lico Commissioners that he has ordered the ship of war Challenge to Like position in the river for the purpose of protecting colored seamen subjects oi wrrai jiniain. Gold loaned in N. Y. to-day at 123i 32 New YoitK, July 20 Tlc Il'taWs Vieksburgh letter dated July 11th, .1 1. M. says Gen. I'cmberton's tiroled army are now marching out of the city. ()ur forece) under (u. Sbcmian occupied Jackson vustenray anal our advance gtiaral is beyoml l'arl Kivcr. lien. Johnston has retrtsted Iieyond the river which i nest in line laevonal the IYarl. Xsty York, July 20. A Washington disiatch to the yernWsays the rebel army has not made as rapid pro gress towards Culiaepper as has been gener ally supijsxl. Ihere is gooal reason for tta'ting that the bulk of Ie's army i still in the vicinity of Winchester. There was also quite a large rebel force at Hunker Hill which is lietvaeen Winchester and Martindiurg yotcralay. It would le im proper to state where Gen. Mende's army is out there is good ground to liope that he may yet complete the destruction of the re mains of the rebel army. New York, July 20. New Orltans letters state it is rumored that Hear Admiral l'orter will assume com mand of the Mississippi river and that Ad miral Karragut would go outside to com mence oticrations in another quarter against the enemy. New York, July 20. The 1 1th, loth, an I 10th Vermont regi ments arrived this morning and go home soon as transiiortation can be provided. Cleveland, Ohio, July 20. Morgan made an unsuccessful attempt to cross the Ohio river yesterday near Cooley villc hut was prevented by a gunboat. 150 rebels were killed and drowned and one tlwusand pri-oners were taken with artillery Among the prisoners arc Colonel Ward, and Col. Dick Morgan brother of John Morgan. The band was scattered among the hills. General Judahisoonfrlcnt of capturing the balance of the party to-day. 1'iiil.mieli'iiu, July 20. A special dipatch to the Injuirer dated Hagerstown 19th says The rear of Ire's army left Martinsburg at 2 o'clock Saturday morning, leaving a few cavalry men picket ing the other side of "the Potomac Our wlwlc force is across tlio river. The Potomac is Tailing rapidly. Lee is retreating his main force via Strasburg and Staunton not Culpepper. ll V S I X 13 S C A It II S. f. I I1EXEDICT. coaaissioER ros tbe Slate or I'crmont in .V. 1., Office Tl Wall Street, NEW VORK. JOIIX 11. WHEELER. .atomic; and Connscllor at JL.J II, BliRLI.NT.TON, VERMONT. JlayJi, lc6i dly (i. St. WE Si li E It, HAS IX STORE. -I alBIILS. Laml.ton Crj-sUl ralce,an.l Ida Mills ay tj f- i, ii i, ii, bal boxesStarch, Soap and Candles. 15 laarrels Ker osene and ipcna Oil. 50 barrels Crushed, Granulated, Powdered and Cofleas Sugars. 511 dozen Cairn Brooms. 10 boxes (told Medal Saleratus. -Smoked Beer, Halibut and Herring. Pickled Salmon, Codfish d Mackerel. I.II.IEXTIIAIS TOBACCO. Boston Tripe. Cranberries and Quinces. 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March30.iea ,i,i.v THE ICEIIERC R 13 P ll S ii V, li A T K , Is tho great original, best, an-1 onl pcrnct Scir-cntilat ins 1'rescrrcr IX THE troRLl)' And will keen such article. v..a.i.i..- i-...t.- M..I. n.. vri.VT vtna. V -.".-'-" a''. " UBU,V, 4 ,31J, iq;!-, AC, AC, r iOIlCr, Drver, mill ('oilier. ! ..'.-... . ..' !"-, ITI1 LESS Il'E, ' Than any other Refrigerator now in l' ' i or sale liy . CS-CLOrXiBTTiCO. April S8. LOW ikii;e. N TOW-A.IUVS there is a great deal of talk aboait .Oil t'mrt'v BARLOW would inform all purchasers of DRY faOODS that he is able to sell anj thing In his line as Cheap as the Cheapest. He Is prepared to show a good assortment of Drett Goods, Striped Broeha Skaiett, t kecked Skatett, Raglans all itjlei and prtcet. Summer Balmor als, notiery, uile Thread, Silt and Kid Gloiet, Dometttrs A Fancy Goods, and intitet the puktK tO CALL AXD EXAMINE ' oods May Isth, IMS a ii d P v i c c . . EDWARD HARLOW. "MEW Shades or Pui.x Atrira A- nice quality . at EDWARD BARLOlS. CIIK.II 7 Octave I'innos tor .s-'lO ! Mill, underused will tell Piano Fortes at prlec X In rait the times. First elaiw 7 ..t. Ri w..l fron' round corners, uver Urunr bam, nllli ex cellent tone and action, price fiio. : .-t. nirred lezs and mouldings Su. Every instrument warranted to jrlve entire tatit faction, otherwise the purchaser will lie under Mioatiaia to keep It. bmall profits, quick sales, and satisfaction guaranteed Is the motto. For further particulars address I J. WHIPPLE, Westford, Vt. June ISth davrim XEW' I'HOTOCRAI'II CALLERT. (Over Iron Bank.) PLATTSBCRUH, X. V HOWARD, OreaAToa. dim June IS .MUSIC, Tin: a-euli.ir taint or infa-r'ion whiih we call ScEoifi-A lurks hi tlie constitution of multitudes af men. It a ilber proiluces or is pranlueail by an a n feebleal, v itiata-il suite of the Mood, wherein igtliat lluiil U-eomes in- SaU-'eonilnter. to tuttain i'tbc t ital forivs in their .j I I1' .iwnn. iHinn .ml 5iifeSlces the system to r s fall into aiisoruer anil Tl a- sa rofulous contamination is va- rio-.-'v a:iu-a'.l ly liK'rcunal alicae, loar h w.c. ili.nl. r. d aligestion from unlicalthy t ...!. ii-piir.' .ur, filth and filthy habits, tl.e il.iTa inu vices, and. abote all, by tha- vaneleal infection. Whatever be its ., . hju,-. : the constitution deca nilins " from parcnu to ciuiurcn unio t!.i third .ind fiurtU pa ncration ; " indecal, it sasin. to 1) tin' roil of Him who says, "I will . t ...i .1...:. vi-'.l tlie li.u,uiues oi ine lauieo ujvh iiit-ii eliildn n." The diseases it originates take various name", according to the organs it attaak". In the lung". Scrofula proaluces tuUTclc-!, anal finally Consumption; in the gi. iul.-. wiWnf.'s which suppurate and be come ulea-iau- -ores; in the stomach and bewa-1-. aler.'nga incnts which proalucc indi uaMia.n, dvpa'p-ia, and liter complaints; on tl e rkin. enipiiie and cutaneous atTcction'. Tlw. all hat ing the same origin, require the same rcnu-dv. viz., purification ami invigora ti.m of tlrf-" Mood. Purify the blooal. and these alangerous alUtcinpcrs lea e you. With, fieble. foul, or corrupted blooal, you cannjt have health: with that "lite ot the Ilesli ! h- ' thy. you cannot liave scrofulous disease. Aycr's Sarsaparilla i eonip iiinaled from the most cflcctual a.-5-fotes that medical science has discC.trcd for this afflicting alistcmper, and for the cure of the disorder' it entails. Tliat it is far supe rior ta any ev vaiedy yet deviseil. is known hy all w ho nave given it a trial. That it does combine virtues truly extraordinary in their t fleet upon this class of complaints, is inali-.put.ibly proven by the great multitude of puMii'Iv known and remarkable cu.-es it lias m-.de of the following diseases : King's Evil, cr Glandular Swellings, Tumors, Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches and Sores, Erysipelas, Eose or St Anthony's Eire, Salt llheum, Scald Head, Coughs from tuberculous deposits in tho lungs, Whito Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis and Sypnintic Infections, Mercurial Diseases, ' Fernilo Weaknesses, and, indced.the whole 1-sitks ul lauiiplaints that arise from impurity aif the Mood. Minute reports of individual a:ici m.iy bo found in A vies Americax At m in a . w hich is furnished to the druggists Im (.ratuitous distribution, wherein may be , lavarr 'l directions for its use. and some of '.. .. ni.irkablc cures which it has mailc wha n all ther remedies bad failed to afi'onl rehat. Those tases are purjiosely taken fri-ni all 'ections of the country, in order that eery reader may have access to some cm-who can speak to him of its benefits from pa rsamal a xperit nee. Scrofula depree the , vital amrnic. anal thus leaaes its lia-tinn f J 1 n a .re -uliiect to alisca'e anal its fatal result. i!i: i are healthy conttitutions. Hence it , ui-I. In shorten', and don Kreatly shortm, tl.t- naarege duration of human life. The - a.t-t ill port.-ini-e of tba-se i-ainsidcratian has I. at u- s a nd jiars in riirfcctinir a raniialy I i i. h i- aaleamate ta it-a cura-. Tlus we new . t' I :1 a- public under the name of Aikb's r-i. a: Msiii-A. althauh it is aon.posed of . iu'i. i ill-, .(ime nt vallla-li a.a-anai the b-st ,i .;.aiai in iilta'naf.a aiwer. By its 1 i- ' . ir.iy pr Ui t arnir-a ll t-. m the sutfer- ii , ... 1 al.ini.-ir a ,f il.a-a aiisairileraa. Borate j a,i i it a taiui i-airriipiiiii'. ihat rut anal fa-ter I 111 l! a I laiaaal, purga- a. lit ilia a .tlles of ah-a'as ' ai . ai,i.rams health ii Ili w. Ity its peeu I It:.- virtues this rimeUy -mi ul..t tin aital fei-alia i s. and thus ixpil- ilia- di-tanip.rs i wl.uli lurk within the -n:u ..r lurst jut 1 on mi nrt of it. j Wa know the pnblie l .iaa- laan aUaii-.d l Iv n afv eompoumN of N-i 'rrrtlLi. th.-.t ' prii.'i-ai'l n.uah .an.l ah.l m il .r.-. but th y a. .' .tlia-r U alt a a it a 1 p..i il.-.ippilllt.-ai in Ii,. IN a iitm - h.it ! a a n prcta n by al u - ' d. i i l'..il. .-M"l iht-ra' ra m:iui (in ajait-tii'n nf l- - t';i-- : j I'MilKnir fur t!.e aura- af Ihe ! nil! i ' a!i?aa.f it in intan.lad lo ra.tali. ' A!; I i -rh unaler the same name, it i- a ta-ry ai :' ut mtalieine from any other which has I n 1h tora.- the n'aiple. and is far more i'f 1, i'i.iI than any other which has ever been , :n ul.it.Ie to them. AYER'S ( IIKRUY PECTORAL. Tlio World's Great Remedy for Coughs, Colds, Incipient Con sumption, and for tho relief 01 consumptive paxicma j in advanced stages , of tho disooso. ! 1 ' in hc?n fo long titol anl to uni 1 .lh known, that we ncl do no more t .1-11 it the public that it quality i ktpt i.i ti iW l.-t it everhfl Inn. arl tl.iit it 1 . ! r lud on to do all it tin twr 1I1 no. Irt pantl by Dr. .1. C. Ayes 1 Co.. t Fmi-ttcc' and Analytical fhrtmistt, I. -well. Ma-s. .SoU by all drucisu r w.icr. I'RIEXDS AXD RELATIVES or inr j llrarc Soldiers .V Sailors, I J I ( ) la L(J WAY'S VI I A ikS I AXD -AXD- I X T M E iA" T , A LL who hare Friemls and Relatives iu the Army -fa. or Navy, should Uke especial care, that they ta amjdy supplied with thae Pills awl Ointment i and where the brave Soldiers and Sailors haae ne glecte.1 to provide themselves with them, no better present can to sent them by their friend". They have been proved to ta the Soldier's never-falling friend In the hour of need. reacilf oaaf Corfa afrettno Troovt ill ta speedily relieved ami effectually cured by using these aalmirahlo medicine., and by paying aroier attention to the lhrections which are attach ed to each Pot or Box. Sick Headache ond U ant of Afpedite, InetirMat tt Soldurs. These feelings which so sadden us, usually arise from trouble or anDojaoow,iitlructal per-jiiration, IW tin , ml Hrlnllnv .ti.l., a. ... . ' ".in m,iui wii, ui. iiMiuiiui Kaiun an aaio nacr SM fnmh- Thp organs muntareliereil.ifjoude- rtretolwell. ThelHls, taken aeconlfng to the printed Instructions, will quickly praduee a Thealthy thus disturbing tlie healthful action cf the liver and actkm in toth Hrer and ttxmach. and aj a nataral ronMxiueuco a cirar neau and gwi appetite. irtaknen er Jritify Imdurrd hy otrr I'mttgur. Will n dRtpiiear lv the u-c 'f then; raliuhlo rill, and the Nddifr will qukkly acquire aIdition tion.kJ ttreDth. IN'et er let the Bowels bo cither tn fined or unduly acted ujmid. It may reeut strand that Uollowa' Tills tlnniM l-o rteoiuiuentled ror lyscntcry and lux, many iern4 upiimiing that they would inereafe Uie relaxatiun. Ti.i ii a great mistake, for tbe Pills will ctrrret the liie and ttotnaeh and thus remure all the acrid humours from the ey ttem. This medicine will (rfro tone ail ri-tr lci uie wnoie organic tynem ncwerer deranged, I a bile health ana strength follow as a matter of 1 course. othins will ttop Uie relaxatiim ur the 1 Dowels to sure aa this fjmus medicine. ' l'luntttTt Attention ' Inditrrrtrtiam nf 'ihIm I J Sores and Ulcers, Blotches and .Swellings, can with certainty he radially cured If the Pills are taken . nfjht and morning, and the Ointment le freely ucd as uted In Uie pristcd in-truction?, if treated in ' any other wa v they dry up in rne iurt to break out . in another. Whereas this Ointment will remore the 1 humors from the system, and leare tlie patient a rigorous and healthy man. It will require a little ; persercrence in had cases to Insure a lasting cure. Frlwfndi tkrr ofxwtwned bf tkt Bajfontt, Sabre er , Ue BuIItt, Sorts or Bruise. To which every Soldier or Sailor are liable, there are no medicines so safe, sure and convenient a Hollwas Pills and Ointment. The poor wounded and almoet dying .SnITerer mi-lit hare his wounds dressed immediately If he would only proride him. self with this matchle" Ointinpnt. whhdi &l.r.nLi u thru.t Into the wonnd and smeared all round it and prevent Inflammation. Every Soldier's knapsack and Seaman's chest should be provided with these valuable Remedies. CAtrriOX, None are genuine unless the words " Holloway, New-Vork and London," are dis cernable as a water-mark In every leaf of the book a.r directions around each pot or box, the same mar nl.lnlr 1.,. I...I.I ; II- I r . ... . ' laandsome reward will I riven to any one render. ' "3 ii.mil M.C IUI 11. UB IIRIll. , Tt t aittMi inrnrmiit Un tt a ! 1 1 n tt.. .1.1.1 m any party or parties counterfeiting the medicines or vending the same, knowing them to be spurious. .Sold at the Manufactory of Trofessor Hollo way, 60 Maiden Lane, New York, and by all re peetable Druggists and Dealers In Medicine hroughout the civilized world, in boxes at 23 cents 61 cents and $1. sizes' 11 COI"'''er,'Wc saving by taking the larger X. B. Directions fer the gulalance of patients It even- disorder are affixed to each box. Hf Dealers in mv well known Diaaltrina rn la-a rx??rC'.?Sfe.c VMnttl,e,ra' MX OF , EXPE.VSE, by addressing Thuiu Hollowat. hi ilalden Lane, a'V. 1 ll.a-T 1803. -IKE CMASIPLAIN'. 1803 I Summer Arrangement. CO.M.UK.YCI.YC MO.YD.i V, May i, '03. Tha new and splendid steamers of the I'hnmnlmn Trau-portuliou Compnny, tVaifis! Statu, Capt, Vo. Andersou, lI.i, Capt. Win. II. Flass. Amtrica, CapL Henry Myi, Montrral, Capt. Lot Chamberlain, Will run as MIows until further notice. COI.1U XORTII Lcavo Whitehall Daily, tsun- tvAn. it-k.i.k.,'1 a.datHpxrentsd.)at I0.jl A. M 1 0.30 A. M.) upon arrival of the lari frem i Trov, Albany and Buffalo, reachlus llurlinston at 4,45 P 31, and Ronso's Point at f,r. P M, uiakips direct connection with the Cars for OKdenaburg tho ) same eveulng, arria ins: at Montreal at lo.l P M. , .aiaiUTUSE. 1 Leave Whiteball Daily, (sa- A.I j I'. M.J turdays and sunataysexcepted.) t ats,l5PM,uponarriiaI or the Trains from New Vorkand Bufialo, and Suspension Bridge the same .i... n-stn n..riin...n .t :a.:i A VI. and Platts- . burhat5Ju'A JI, ctinnectins at each place with - burgh at 9,00 P 11. I datlisc ) Lcavo Kouse-i Point uauy, aj From Brtiiqton. B A M. except Snndajs, (and i Pitt t.hairf iLTi si on arriral 1 1D.3U A. .VI of Train from Jlontrcal, via t. i Canada iiauroaa, connecting with BoaU at Bcrlington at 10,3) am, connectingatTiconderoga al;r with Lake (icorge ii4t- m..a. whit. ii.ll t 4.4.1 p w. in season for the Train connecting at Troy and Albany with splendid Steamers oa tho Hudson River and with .VijAl Bursal Train tt lit IFat. .-air.HT use. ( Leave Rouse's Point Dally, 0.43 I". -M.J (except Saturdays and Sundays) on arriral of Train trom MontrcalandOedensburgh, arriving at Burlington at 9.li r , and reaching ivaiienaii at o.'u a v, in umc lor japaa:-j rcachingNow York at 1 P , ana only Line con necting with the Hudson River Day Boat from Al hany.atSA w, reaching New Va.rk at C r, and Buffalo and Suspension Brl-lge at a P All the lines each way will bo run via Piirt Kent and I'laltsburch- HT By this arranceaent twn daily lines are formed each way.affording great fcicillllta for parties of pleasure or business men to go and return same dav between different joints on the lake. Passengers by taking the steamboat Line will avoid the annoyance of dust and impure air of Cars daring the heal of the day will make close eonnec nectlons with all the Trains of the different Roads, on the ttassago between Whitehall and Rouse's Point will have an extensive view of the beautiful Scenery of the Lake the Adirondacka of New Vork, and the Green Mountains of Vermont will pass near to the old ForU of Crown Point and Ticon deroga, the Islands, and many other points of inter e it and celebrity in the history of the last war. At the latter plaoo passengers to and from Lake George land, anal pass through that beautiful Lake dally, on the splendid steamer .Van aac lata. BERTHS FREE. 'art at low at auy etktr routt Throcgu Ticiets by this Line, between the prin cipal places In the Northern btatet.ean be procured 1 at the Ticket Offices of the Railroads. , j nSfS!cSSSV , , M CanSeld.ller 15, Foot Liberty street. New Vork; Chas Thurman, Zli Broadway, New v0rk, Union , Depot, Troy, New Vork, On board Lako Champlaln Steamers; On board Lake Ontario steamers: On i lioard Hu.lson River bteamers, lludsam River Rail- , road OiSces, New Vork. BAGGjaE CHECKED TllROVGII. Tassengers and Baspce will 1 transiiortd fram Cars to Boats fran the llepota at Borllngtain. (JTFree of Charp; JQ Freights taken at Iiwet Rates TllOS. 11 CANFIKLI), tleneral Apent, Nu. 3, American Muck. Burlington. Vt. VER.MtlXTC'EXTHAI. A XII M I.I.I VAX It A I I.RtIA Ia. MMMt'R ARRANtiEMKNr f' i rtmenrto-j June 'J", li' i.l TH Wli MM Lcxc Purl.iit.'ii at 1 r. . Mail Tku .paves Rju-' P 'tt ut . h. Barllnt' ii ".lh a "nn'tmp at Whit Rivar, JuDctK-n nrni Ik-How? Fall with tnnii- f r Bln. Vitrrfftr. Ac , and with t-rm-iiit ally Railn aa for Npnnlelil and w V'rk. arriving iqch Vork at i- v i Vuu A'.' Kxpr- Th tii Irav e Oficn5wr;h at 1 3.'tA.n , Mntrral at ' i ., RD!e'a P-.int at s I a. m ,f.T Hwton, Tr- and New Y.rk Ni(.ht KxraoA Tha if hm i icdcnut-arh at I li t: r. Montreal at i V r. m , R'hmc t't.fat at 6(i p. arrmnt; at lUtsia t s-lu A. AI., cd Dectto at Btdlw Fall- with i hhirt R R for lU-t loa ana Worcester, and with Vermont Valley R R for bprinffield and t-w llarcn, and arrim ib w V tx at 1 P. u Trai?i bui.M; North wi- ttT. 1 Lraie Hurhn)ton at i " a. m , '., ... Jti r. ti and ." 13 r y. Chii a.hi Kxi-P.. Tit Iravt IVt-n at n.iji a. m , White Rnrr Jiuicti in at l. 1 r y ., Harllnton I at . Jim. M., f'-r (tftiena urh, chici.. and the Wr-t, making cl.Hr o'ion-tia :i- Mail Thau Ieav - I;, -t. n ut ' M..alw ell, Lawrence i-r I .ttlil ur L au jjniuiield at 7 pi A v . IU il w Kdi' at i p. 'i . fa.r t. Juhn. tur, Littleton and Iturlfi n, c . arriving in Muntrejl at 1". r v a:id t' ! i -' urh at J" A v. AixovMuDATioN Trai lca9 N'urthAeld at -.ttt j A. a., and Barlington at " a , for Rooae'i Point and Montreal. Nicmt ExraessTHAi Ieaf Ilellow Fallf at 9.15 p a., rece.TiQg jmrsenrm fn-in the Vermont Val ley R R. learlng New rk at . a., and from Cheshire R R leaving B-t-n 4 r a , ennnectlai; at White River Junction with a train I.ain Buetun al5tr m via Lowell, an-i.it r a. na Law reoce. Lvarc Wlnte Kiver Juncti- u at 11 t p. a... arrirtn at Burlint n at i - , Rouse's Point att$5oA. a , Montreal at ,( . a , and Odrniu harsh U'.I ' r a. both tin. M...1 Trains and lite day , Etwen Trainn connect at Wli.te Rier Junction with rawumpfic Road for and fr- m Botun and the 1 White Mountain;. Meeplne ( are attached t- hoth the MRht ; Exprew Trains running lietwtcn Rouse Ptdnt and 1 lHxitun. Thn uh TtckeU for Chicac and tha Wet fur sala at all the principal ttatlona. ti. MERRILL, 8opt. St. Alhaa. Jnae 29. 13. RUTLAND Jk. IIURLIXCTOX It. II. H'JIMER ARRAN'OEjIEXT. Commencing May J5. 1J, traia, will run a fol ia. lr LEAVE KCKUXaTOI 6 2S a. v., MaitTnaiv for Boston. Lowell, Worces ter. Bellows Falls, Keeae, Fitch burgh, Brattle tmrn. bprincfield, Hartford. New Haven, Troy, Albany, and New Vork ; arrive in Borton T 15 r . Tr y is r a. New Vork S I, r Ta.aar.,0 .'o Troy ani Boston trtthool Chingt of Cars. il 1 1 a . KxrEEM Twii for Rutland, Troy. AI tiany. New Vork, bcheaectady and the West ; ar rive at Troy 6 3n r x. New Vork hy Hudson River Railroad or Steamers next morning. 9 31 r v, Niasai Kxracas from Montreal to Xew lork, arrive in Troy 3 30 a k, New Vork !3Sr . rROX TDC SOtTH A5D EAST TRAITS ARRIVE AT STR L15CTOS AR rOLLOWS . A Accommodatioi Tbam from Rutlan-1 iuia tram iravca ivaiiana ai e UU A M. ' 5 U r v. Mail Traii from BoHon, Lowell, Worces ter. SprlnsQsld. Hartford, New ilaren, Troy, AI- i hany and New Vork. Leave Boston Ti) a m: I New York 7 0) a m, Troy u 15 r m. This train 1 from Itutland stops onl at Brandon, MMdlehury i and Vercennes. I T ft) p a, Pasnener Train. i THROUGH TlCKfrrs mnU f.. .11 tl,. tin.i Points Vst, South and Went, and tuc-in checked through bv Itr. notVC, No l. American Bloea. tztT rare always im hw as by any other line. K- A. C1IAP1N, bapt. Burlinsttn, Vt.. May 23, I-rfa. 1 (iCDKXSIir UGH KAUJtOAI). IS03. ISG3. SUM31ER ARR.VNC.E31ENT. TUROVGU ytUL. Leave Ogdenaburch at 1 J I r , (une at 3Ialone) arriving at Rouse's Point at AM r m, oonnectln with the Vermont Central Rallroad.Nfirht Kxprefs"! with splendid Slttptrnf Cars attached, for Concord, Manchester. Nashua, Lowell. Lawrence. Portland r Itehburich, Worchetter, prinrfeld, Jle, and arriv ing at Boston early the following morninif. Also connecting at Burlinjcton with Rl l It It, tor Troy AUaanyandNew Vork, and at Rouse's Toint with Iaake Cliamplain Steamers for Saratoga yprin-n Trov. Alhanv r,A Now VirLr ll. win. r iT.' Lawrence R ll. fbr Montreal and Qaebec. " MGllT TUROVGU TRJI.V irfavetig.icnsbura;li at CM r y. (on arrival of (iraiHlTrunkdaytralnOwithSleenngCaratUeh sr"tsVf;rSror.S.,1: i ?; Ilurun-tunwitli HJtIlIiri,forTra,jr, Allaany an.l 3Iontreai aa.1 Quetee. RETLRXl.Vt,. Leave Boa.ti.il atrial a m, anal 3fj ri, anal New 1 a.rt at . ml a m, arririnz at O jdenalmrzb at la 13 E ;JV '."rf !. "n.nftt Trunk flallavay, K, W O ll and Ottaara i l'reaeott II R. Alio with Lake iintario Mearaers aul Northern Trans portation Co's rropellers ror all Points West. Mal.ne.JIav 12. ,ra "' V' "0VLE, Snpt. , TO Sl'OUTS.MEX. A "'Jf ff ViI"',rfs:D Rin.t5, also, DcoMe 1 J. andbin;lo liarrel Sbot Onns, and Caps of all i Kinds, c, at Jun.l...l?03. Dn'"lD4l.ILimCTn'S. , pOriLAR BRITISH t'ONCIIOLOCV. rt n -A. li. rVwherry, author of Cneholozy. " ItnrliniTton itoolc Kinder n. WILLIAM SCOTT. "lyOl'Lp respectfully announce that he Is nre- T?, to execute all orders with which he niav bofatoredintheatioteluie.withcare and promi.t LI 1IOOKS IlIMlnrvn MUSIC, MAOA7.1XES, PAMPHLETS. c C. Ai'i - OI'T.TuiiitrV Vra-'ii? iVWE - - OF ALL KIN IM a a nr t- OR11EIL I'APER ItlLEI) TO ANV OrdetenwmeivPT A.iditsa .. VVM. SCOTT. (Office over Huntington's Book Store.) Burlington. March 13. Itatt ' XEW GOODS. Uasforlidieslnddentrto W vain'a" Old sa.n.i n.ni?;, unijai- June 1 1 th ... STEAM WEEKLr TO I.IVKlll'OOL, touchlne av UEENSTOWN,(CORK HAR BOR.) The well known Steam erscf the I.irtriil, New Tork and PhUaalelphia bteamship l'omany intendeal to sail u foUows -. CITY OF WASHINGTON, Saturday July, !. EDINBUROH, " " ind every racceedlns Saturday, at Noon, from rier II, North River. R.VTES OF PASSAGE. i rAVASLEiscoLDonrrs eositaleit ix craaiuiCT. FIRST CABIN, V do to London, $,! I ilo to Paris, $9S.OJ to Hambun:. SV1 STEERAGE, 320 alo to LOnalOD.VUai alotoParu, 110,50 . tollamburstXO 1 Passengers also furwitnleil to Havre, Bremen, Rot teptain, Antwerp, Ac, at equally low rates. rareafrom LivcriKM.l nr aueenitown. 1st Cabin, . . bteeraie 3 Thae who wish to send f..r their friends Mn buy tkkeO lure at these rates. For farther Information apply at tho Loanpany s 0XM- JOHN O. U.H.K. Azcnt. 15 Broadway. N. V. or II. N. DRLT.V, Burlhuton. i SG3. 1SG3 Ocdensburgh to the Wot. I T n K .YORT11 i:it.Y Transportation Vomisany Will, during the present season, run their line a f FIRST i CLASS L'ppcr Cabin Stcaincrs PAILT. HETTIES 0 GDEXSli VRGIl and CLEVELAND, ' TOLEDO, DETROIT, ' MILWAUKEE AXD CHICAGO. Leavln; Ordensburfh am the Arrival of the Ejfrttt Tri fram tkt Eatt, calling regularly for Passeaiers ami Frelsht, at Alexandria Bay, Cla too, Capaa Vln- . cent and Oswego. . I'atttnatrt and Familut ioiij llrtt ran HSMll I with their Luare, Teams, Stock, dc, and land to- Sther without disturbance or Transhipment, at eir Port of destination. Tkttt Sttamtrtkatt larat Cai.it. amd State Room, . i amply and neauyiurnunasi, iiirriastt.i?ah- ! . . . s. . , ,.h rw.k stores and com fortable accommodations for Passengers and Families who may wish to furnish their own provisions anal beddinc No effort will be spared to maintain the reputa I lion of this, as tho CI1EJPEST AXD BEST ROUTE. I For through tickets. Jtc, apply to Oeorse vv. Suitu, General Passenirer Agent, Office oppoiiita) the I Johnson House, corner Ford and Patterson tJta, "S I dcnsburghN. V. Geo. A. Eonr, Agent, Osdens- ' blTEroush tickets can be obtained at all the princip i ai Railroad Ticket OBicea between Boa-ton awl Og. densburgh. II. N. DRURV, A Tent. N'n Amsrlntn flotel Beatk. . Bur lin stain.. Vt CRE.IT 1 X I) I A .V R K .! K I Y FOIl FEMALES. Dr. .MHttioi.,' Indian ramuiaicosuc. 'pUSeelbratM FoaI MtMla JL ixivinr: virtuf unknown of anytttm; eUe of the kind, and rroi effectual after all othrs have faileai, Is prepareal rn.m an a no ran plant used fir the native fcr the -hum purimse frmn time tmtsesnorial. and now fur the tint time axTere-i ta t" the public. It Is deartjmeal lor both married and single ladieta, and is th varylia-t thine kn.iwa fair the pur as it will taring on the aaawthly ti..kn.ain eases of obstruetsam frota rfivil ani caufe, au.1 afwr all other reme SftAdlM ..f the kind have Wn tried lo Jfv'raln. This may aaerm lacraaaiiHe, but if it tail in any cm the mcmj will te refunded. ot LR Tiro Tuors im Born e bare nw hern -dd without a ctnle failure whn tak.-n a dirtxtet, and without the l"jt iujur to health in anvraw. J5?"It pnt ap int-ttlenof three different utrencth. w th tu!l diwtions for axing, and wnt hy ?ire, c! r wakd. t all parta of the ffuntrv. P ice Full rtrcntli, i . . jlf -trench, quarter strength. f3 per tottle. i IT" Rrmftntaspr ' This medicine i deiTiea ex- I pretwly for olnuuiate cases, which all other remedies Sf the kind hare nUled to cure . also that it is war- ranted as represented In every respect, or the price wilt he refun.lr.1. gy Beware of imitation ' None warranted unleaas purchased directly of l)r M.. nr at 111. office. Prepared aad sold only at far. Mattt sain's Remedial Institute for Special Diseases, No. I nl.m street, rToriaxenee. ra. i. fy This specialty esabraoM all diseases of a pri rate nature tmth of men aad women, by a regular. arate nature laoth of men aad women, by a regular, t ly ealucated nh steian aT twenty a ears' practice, ' ennni; them In. whaile attenttnn. ini; anera in wnaue aiicniinn tjr Cnnai ttatlams hy letter or otherwaae are rtrL-i!) cnndeatlal, and aMdidnes asiil 1 sent by exiirc. eaxure frm oheerratlon. . all parts of the t'nitcd huten. Ala. aceommoalatins fur Ladies friim abroa.1 wishing for a secure and quiet Retreat, and ind care until restored to health CaCTioir It has been esteemed that over two j hundred thnu-an'i dollars are paid taa swindling ' ajuacks annualta-. in New EoUnal alame. without owe bentnt t" thai who pay tt. All this cames from i trusting, aa iaoi.( a.Hare, to men who are alike deaa- , tituteaif hnnnr. character or skill, whose onto re eotomendation is their own false and extrarakaat i oostrtion in praise aif themselves. If, therefore, Vuu Wnulii ototd beina komkuooed. take n.i anan's word, hi miUter rknt kit Bettemwnt are, but iiaprmv it will ant a..u nothing, and ina) aave indVSllTre.0' th"-''!l' k""" OPllr. M.willsend tree, bv eacliwlni; one itauap asainiae, a pamphlet on lisr.asr.s or VVoatAi, and on ana els dusaees naerally, givini: fall hirmaBVia, with the mit undnubte.1 rcfcrrnoeaa and trstimu nlals, without which, no advertising physsoutn air medicine aif this kind is deserving aeaijr conJUtnee lehatetor. "Orders hy mail promptly attended to. Write roar aaiaress ptatnty, watt airean to iia. j. iiihi. Mar. 13 diwtf 44 Onr alutj- iu Ihc prccnt crli." I TAR has indeed become with ns a stern reality, j 1 1 and while we have amodreasofis to expect saw- ceas, we have calmly looked death and disaster In tbe&ce- The di'tant roartnc cannon and exploding shears hare re-echoed to us like solemn music. aal . we have mourned the lose of the brave, who have I saeriaced their a'l on the Battlefield in the defence of oar country In times like these, it tieoomes every ; man's duty, not only to sustain the cmstitational authorities of the land, but to look well to his lndl . v-idaa! Purse, anil a Penny saved E"w, i.- indeed a j Penny made ror ue oenent oi our customer., irtenas ani toe mall circle of the "outer world," wo here again make pohlle, that we are once more prepared to do Justice to mankind in the shape of dispensing 7"d GOOOJ. At Jeirpfirf. Our stock of IZcady- in a ti c Cloth 1115", CLOTHS. CJSSIMERES and lST7.YG5, AS WELL AS i (aClllN Furnishing floods, is both extensive and fashionaMe. Our . I. TRt.yti STTLES of O T ii S KI.AOIVH AWI2 U O O 1 S ark .voir JRRirttU and will com part Civorrbly with a 03 thing in the New England Mates. The custom Department la under thesupeiintendanco of an experienced cutter and competent workmen and great care is take nln mak ing up CJothing to order. Tho eetablishment la too well known to need en arged remarks. NO. 2X3 HANK IILOCK n thtplnrr. CALL AND SEE iSaiee dally, ami no postpooemeat en aeeount of the weather. n u h . -a, s COMTEK A TCRK. B rllngtoo, April :. il Economy is Wealth : This maxim will bo fully demonstrate by buying TIIK AMERICAN' HOT AIR COOIlalaVCw STOVE. 4 SIT Wll LL BAKE, BROIL AND ROAST BET- .niss irii mny oiurr M4jve wim a saving or 3ft rer ami a very large per ceatas in oonve. nienee. durability ; all the plates exposed to the fire "' " cua aaiivaucsa. i 1. The fluts are lined with non-oonduetln.; ce ment, thereby appljing the heat directly to the vwn, and the oven can be heated and kept InUk. ,rl with loss fuel than any other Stive. 1 Thy-ea hot air draft, which not onlv to the heating and baklna facilities. "-me , tttJ!!i,v'IaT1CIUm,1!,1 l? K"M from lt" fi'l. , tnercnv avddinr irreatlir fn (Is nnnt. - r i ' UlnM trom tiSalnount or fuel ueai. ' .a.5th- J11" Stove is made, mounted and finished In ! the nit superior manner. The oven is large aai WlJe3"l-ted Bf u convenient in farm and made for use: to adopt tho language of aonie 1 si!S,rS'T,.i,U'',St0" v'',t 1 do rewerk jih.lRlia,el ,.hn ,nf othtr Stove." In proof we I add the following testimony TIIK AMERICAN COOKING STOVE. lI'luT Ret. Dr. Sprofue laf. of a Ms. Saox aMy llear Sir 1,1, of U,e '.'"lAa Hot Air Cooking rt a'?'1 ""'s " score of iu rdvInSrrl "m,v:.?l Ari.rc?'!T the Very trul jours, .nTB&Cty"rA,EC"'" A. -a i TTIIEWs x BAXTER, Aug. 11. dawtf Church Wre-t. LVER WARE. S iv."p" Fork'' S100n'a Cnr. Pie KnI or Mala, Tip'dand Threaded. kll r.A r". ves. kinds m . i , j m tuvu. oiiver a,ara i-ases. 2?.bIc,i4;;' t".P.'""',- Old SUndTciurch uVrrneatlVEn6""' C,ffin rUtes.-SH.cr ' ' .1,, if CREXAIJIXE VEIUs: F'r'7?fi-?,riM,'Vf colors) also, EXAMELSKIRT a7.fri.ii " c"1"" I "ry desirable article for elfrT?' im F.ns,Ar.,c, Jn.t re- ceiveal at the Corner Store June 15. ISO. di.ir "'MAN'S. m WHEELER WILSO.V FOR SAL.K UV (Sco. U .V O'. d. Benedict, .. 6 Caatfrye Stint, BURLINGTON, VERMONT. . ... x ... r ,.i...nr ibn manr kinals ' 4f "CiKtrSi iM. H of whWimakethe 1 ekmttUfk. the cheap ch?ln-ftltci macMne are werth, prac ticallr mro than tbetr weight af . BUT WE i ) o s i: i-. Whcclcr V Wilson SEWING MACHINE. akl tha ca;ltbntl I, OIK ST IT I'll. .Ilk.. a both nalcs eftiae doth, aad that nil not i raret taouzh erery fourth stltofc be eat. Wereaoa- mead this jiell-known maebiae for the foUowia; qualities I 1st. rerftttion of State. It makes the lock stiteh, aMc on both sides ol the cloth which will not rip ..r rasel leaves bo ridse on the under side to wear nr iron off and was let a tkrtat, by from a third to a I half, than any other stiteh. 2nd. Raptdito. Fire tttehc are nsade k" each ' tread. aDdt.N E TIIOl'S 1 M .sriTCIII M I l"T E with ee, makia; a fall 1 aid of seam a minute. With this rarprainj; rapMtty, tho eat. -i lit motion is uasurnaseaad. 3rd. Stmptmtm. The working parU areiew.ea'i- I ly adjustable and kept la order wish the great! 4th. IMraotlUf. With ordlaary are one will i.t ! a l(t lane. Thoasanau of thawe laaahlnei have been in constant as five and sil years aad are still ot , soaad at utm. Una will oatUM a doiea of tha cheap, er machloaM of other pat.its. I Uh TH.Mr.Ai.aM. That Wheeler and Wilson ! machine aratf stie auayftanf from the lightest tsrasltas to the beaviavt cloth or even leather. It works equally well upon silk, linen, woolen aad cotton Cnualaa. SEAMINi;. ai'll.TINC, HEM.MINf.-. CATI1ER1XC AXD FELLING, Eerkarmin every sneciee of sewta; except makia; utlonaoles aad stltchtn; on buttons. Ijion straight hi,, an aaaMmtnr wath oaae maehiBO will Perform the work often Maatstreeeas. It will doaioaE KORr, noxc Minn or woaa, ass ii- a rm laavatu to ono other machine . in proof of which ' J J.vr aJlu.vriTr OF REFERENCES wiU be 'pivea. to nartiae in this vicinity in whose faauUee thu laaehla laas dame away all as of the nectle by hand. ?.cjlVxrU.'." anlcs." " Two and ne-hatf jar4s of threat is the average required fur a tap I of sewing. There u no limit to the number of stitches that may he aaade In any giren time. The driving wheel Is Kra4aatl ordin arily, so as to make five stitches at etvoh traad, sa , that tVom six hundred to one thousand stitchee pr mifiate are readiiy made. 1 The beannss and friction surfaees are so light, j that the propeilin pwer requirei is nserely nom inal. The rotary book, feed, bobbin, and other parts at ail subject to wear, are made of finely tempered steel , the other parts of the machine are tastetallr Crrnamenieo, or neavuy surer piaceu. ThtHuands are used by seamstrcsMS. dressmakers, tailors, manuxaetarers of skirts, cloaks, mantilla?, ; clothittf:, hats, caps, corset, ladies' gaiters, ueabrel las, parasols, silk and linen pootls, with complete succesa , sometimes from one hundred, to two ban dred are us m a single manufactory- The amonnt of sewing that an operator may accomplish depends j much upon the kind of sewing and hr experience ; j nnt ttusiiaand tttdhe Tiaor mi note art nptkdtltr mAo ' whkh would form more than a yard of seam with sutcne? oi roeaium ienrxn. ruty aeien or sturt coi t.r. .irf.,T-.nrtr,hrrtt-u,mr- . A,t Upi straight seams an operator with one machine , will perform the work of twenty by hand , m an ' average one probably performs the work of ten I seamstress. ' The Wheeler Wilson machine Is applicable to t eTery Tariety cf sewing or family wear ; from the lightest muslins to the heaviest cloth. Its mecban ism is the Iruit of the highest inventive genius, eom- ; bined with practical talent of the first order- Its ' principles have been elaborated with great care, and ' it involves all the essentials required In a family I ?cwmg macmue. it. is simp. a ana uoroucn in con true turn, elegant in model and finish, facile in man aicement, easy, rapid, and quiet In operation, and reflects additional redit upon American mechanical skilL Alo constantly on hand. Needles, Ilraes, Braid ers, Marking linages. Tuckers, Needle-cases, 4c, at the S KWIXG M A C 1 1 1 X B A G K N C V , tree rrrf BuiMtnj, No. 6 Collkok St.. - BirautoToit, Vt. wood's rnizK .mower: P ARMERS in want of a O O D .11 O AV E K are lnvitrt to call and examine the above named mower, which is pronounced by all who nse t as VKItrECT I' ITS MOIlKI.K, Simple, Durable, Ijght of Draft ASD A Liabor Saving ,Uachinc. that no farmer should be without. The cheapest in the market. Circulars sent gratia on application. Apply hy mail er otherwise to ROBINSON 4 SOCLE. Georgia, Vt. Asents frr Franklin Coonty, eicept Fairfax, fer Chittenden and lirand Isle Ceanties. liecreia. Vu. Jane 6th. lfajl. wSw II K A I.T II V digestion" ii r i: a ii . ASSISTED. GILLIES BLTTKR.MILK CREAM TARTAR. 33 Cents per pound. GILLIES' IIITTKUMILK CREAM TARTAR, 33 Cents per pound. GILLIES' Ul'TTEKMILK CREAM TARTAR, .13 Cents per pound. C I L Ll E S ' Ill'TTERMILK CREAM TARTAR. 33 Cents per pound. SVSS?11.1? 1 Packages, 13 and 21 Be la a box, arltn run directions for usinr on each package. WRIUUT. GILLIES & BROTHER. , , Inventoni and Manufacturers. ia. a and XR WasUloxton btrtet, New-Verk. wUra3 VARXISIIES. 1 JEXZKXK COACH VARXIMIES; BEX7.EXE FVR.MTURE, DO.; REXZEXE E.tJMELED TOP, ).. BEXZEXE JAPAXSi In all their Varieties. I rvirxr; V.ir.hmies haaebeentriedfor twoyears ; X and are now acknowledged to be equal, white many think them far Utter, than Varnishes made ' with turpentine. I hare a good assortment of the abuve gondvaud warrant every gallon I selL By giving mar whole attention to the manufacture of Varnishes, lam en abled to make it an object. In the way of prices, for buyers to give me their trade. All orders for goods promptly filled. Any information In regard to prices may be obtaineal by addressing IV. V. Ill'NNEMAN. Jn.. Manufacturer ef Varnlshe. wrilw: im Milk Street, Duel, n IM ALT COKKEE PKIRCE-S. ricEs. GREAT TOILET TRICMPH. CR: yADoao'sExcusioa Hair Dte No lej , Lime, No Nitrate of Silver ; acta Instantaoe, aever fails i produces all the shad's or Ia( brown. Tartles who wera dissatliSed w'o, , Dyes, use this with invariable saUs&ctioa. ; JlaaufacturedbyJ.CRISTADORO.SAstonj I New.Ycrk. Sold everywhere, aad apfi.j t ' nair Dressers. 1 1 Price tl, t , and $5 per box, accordim t . , . J Kit June I. atawimy tJIIRISTAUORO'S HAIR PRtaERr TIVE, is invaluable with Jds Dye, as it bw-. utmost softness, the most beantiful gloss . ' vitality to the Hair. Price W cents, $1, and $2 per battle ar - sire- " JOST received at HUNTlNGTOX-t 4 In the TropIcs,w by a settler in y -" Rockford." by the author of ' Suuths. RELIEF .V TE.f XI XT BRYAN'S IH.MO.VIC W .1 y ' ThemostcerUlnandspeedyre'r.iiv.t.. ftr nil the Disarasa-a of the fli. .t ,", ' Cawxhs, Colds, Asthma, d " - Brtwliitls. Inguenia, II. r--na " DuBeuIt Breathing, s re Throat, dc, dc I THESE WAFERS sue the most u. . v ant pcraeia renei, an-1 when perset f I , DS to mreetion., never fall to effect a -i asitegcure. Tlaou.tanils liaae lieea re-t. feet health who hate tr-.il . thr mean- -i 1 1 all classes and all as r-.-t.tuti a. t!,sa ar i kiWBK and cure mme a.1 .i,.,u.r ,., m2v lone the disease may liats nH! r wr,. varras It may be. prot i.ied the Jr c ,lr,, . the vital orzans Is m t In pr,:t r am afflicted should t-e tnsm itiiutr.itr t- i To VOCALISTS and PL I.I.la M'r Vlvf Wafers are peculiarly aaluj :. ; n , alar remore the most et. re n Li t ,-.r an thaMr regular a B.r a lw n. , ,. ,' . lacrease the iMaweran.1 d.xi . ,.t) f t.n i . -ly Improving its tone, o uida... a l , -t..", which puriiere they are reuur v u- i prvletaatamal vwalists. JU0 .tiusts -' I ra w rrke'J&eettt perbnx. I.r-.il Naav. 11th. 1-fU. THE CHEAT E.VKI.IMI RL'VL'IM bill JAMES CLARKiN ' "' ! CEI.EIIH VTED FE.M.II.E VllXs. ' Praapared from prajription nf n-r j iUfky j rhfssean Extraora;'nar to the 'ie.r. rplIIS well knaiasa mailiir ne - n i--t . ; X tutasaresafc mDeat.v : ffiul Ii'-..fc awl Obstruction, from ana L-Mhif wtainer i; aHbsaual: 3 liowrrfal rMiiania t f hurtful taa th eaiiuititatiain ' T-'RRlEI)L.DIE!iti-i'.u'. t' -i. - will, la a short tinw, Itip un tli o. n. i -. with resulano . 1 ! all easaa of Xsranu. aisil Sptnal alfei ' I In tae Back awl Lirabs, lleavtcrs, r'atigua r eafrtiOB, raluitatioD of the Heart, L SBlrltaa, lljsterics, bKk Heaalache, Whit. - I tM painful alisaaaaes occasioned by a : . ! teea, thawo Pills will affect a cure bn ! i maaaos tiare failed. These Pills hare nearer Veen knin t . the directions on the sa page of the Fj. . . well ohtcrred. I Fer fall iartkailars, a pamiih'.i! spent. N. II lands postage stamp, er..-, . j autlsorixeal spent, will insure a a tt. & oarer SO PHI, bar return mail I Sold hy all I)ruisists. TIIE C.M'EH).NS AXI i:i'n, nsaEor A. IiVALlli, PuMisheii f. r I' . . . as a warning aad Cairn. ti. Yi j ftr nm ymmu DelaUiv, Prtuian. Maabood, etc, aupplin at the -r Mbukb or SKLr Cvae. r. une whu t a self after beins pal to great eiiin-a i hruuh medical humbug and qua 'm 'i By encloein a pa.st-pA.il a!!r -asle caipie. may be had ad liia aur - NATHANIEL MAVFAIR -Bedfnral. h'na .- uaaya Jawl i M I;EO-f;KNEKAI, II tMMOP ordering Calomel and de-UuU vf ri. supply table-, haa etmfeire-1 a hW- soldiers. Let hita order the J.c - j Bleedins," awl the use ul BRAIKlTi: - in the place thereof. Then will cri. t i era" in the praetiea of Medicine, w . I become emphaticaUy THE HEALING ART I have for thirty years taught thut act:oa uuld ba atared hy mercur r t - That the lnimsn body could ml he in i - -by " retbl food Aainiai fuod b.r. j cundenrd ygstalles. BR.VNPRETI1n hoald he in erery Military ll.pital Tl j cure Btixiors DiAnRBtEi, Chroxi I Cbruhic Drsomr, and all Fe.er- of the Baweb, sooner and tu re -ur- . medicine in the world. BRANDRKTi. ' thej case IioaM be taken mht d Read Directions and get new st le Cave or Roscoe K Vr- Dr. B. RrtvUrttk, w York Sir I was a private in Co. 1 r i. Vol. While at Harnsn s Un ! - Rappahannock near Falmouth, I a: ' . CofBpaay were ?ick wjth billion -Army Surgeon did not cure u. an . I skin and bone. Among the ( n; ir a nmher of members who had w-rk' ntf) at Sins: bin-. The were n r i they used Brand reth PilK. Thr-. i - upon me and others to ue tl Pi ! all cured in from two u ii e - k-, Ur,je..K- mi. , . ,, u" raadreths Pill- r-r tt. colds, rbeuosatism, and in u m retire health. Oat of tzratitaod to ou i" r m send on this letter, which r Company would sign. I am, respectful! , j . u: -ROSCOEK. WATN fc Principal Office, 291 Canal Strert For t'ttrthtr Sjxctal .Yottces . ry, t! - XEW DIlISGOOI)! .1X11 Mlllil' AT Is V .11 A ' 1)R0BABLY the largest. het ami . iry f Dress Goods ta be ftauaai ia the State is at Lyman'"! , New Geesls rtcatved daily. lust i.ieef . UOOUS: New Toil ale Cbevres new Satin Fancies, new Mozambique, aew striped MuM.' new do. Taffeti' ALsa New Organaxle Muslias. S-i White Be race. I 9-1 lilaexno.. I 3-1 and &-1 Bl'k Herrse:.- Crape Moretr. Taa'--. in var-ely I I tosether with a large stock of j Black and Fancy Die il' I making awr stacker DRESs uOOD a "' I and attractive. ! InMIAIVIawehave na-t 'iieoa 'i " " 1 t new Brawba (double aad -inlt-CasaBiere, Meriao. NewStvle t hai i. ! , aad Striped Saba...- J Purchasers a f nay of the ataove Ga-; to give this stock a look, as the asrtu-ti-slve and desirable, also cheap. Corner Store. Jane 13, 1 SOLDIERV COOD5. T7ILTERERS.Cu.InkSun5j'1,n-. . X' "Kit" Pocket Wks. M.uf J, i BW. -and Spoons, Looking siimi a Pins, Sc.. ic.at Baiv.eams yki larni. Street. a,-' June Ilth A PLEASANT a HEALTHT EEV13iK Klalst C.-llt a tlallaaat. j sxiiL oaaccTiOKS aceoMP tc TTJ POTTER & CHAMPLTX raaairtcai ijnalats A Sfa SIS. WtTtHl.T.R I CHARLES L. IURT ISthewbuleuloaalrvtiil A;ent.r.rC and vldnltv. No. 4 Bank" C LOCKS. it 2JVERV deM-iiilia.n of Clock. 1 anil 'i".' li awl large, frauu $1 isl upward, at Block. l'.RIXSMAlUA VTV June 1, IA-i.