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THE BUKLINGTON FREE PEESS FKIDA" MORNING. NOVEMBER !, 18G8.
IVews of the Week.
MovirruEE. Oct. 29.
The cotumitk'c on final adjournment of the
Lcgielature reported this morning expressing
the opinion that the two Houses might pro
perly adjourn without day on Thursday the
5th ol Xovcinber. The committee, however,
thought best not to adopt any resolution on
the euhject at present.
In the House Mr. Burrows of Vernon, in
troduced a bill proriding to substitute a
license law for the existing prohibitory
Liquor Law. The House at first refused it a
second reading. But a count being called
for and Mr. Buitowb threatening to resign
and go home if they snubbed his bill in that
fashion, it was finally read the second time
and referred to the general committee.
The bill converting debt Jue the Vermont
and Canada Railroad from the Vermont
Central Railroad into stock, passed the
House this morning.
MoNTPELIER, Oct. 31st.
The House refused yesterday to adjourn
over till Monday, as the Senate saw fit to do,
and remain here busily at work.
The military question occupied the House
during the morning session.
Mr. Dorr of Rutland chairman of military
Committee, introduced a bill a lew days
since in amendment of the existing militia
law. The bill was ordered printed and has
now come before the House and Mr. Dorr
set lorth its main features this morning in a
speech. It provides for adding to the exis
ting law a provision for organizing 50 com
panies of soldiers and providing the necessary
equipments. The reserve militia not active
ly organized are taxed one dollar each annu
ally to pay the expense of the 50 compan
ies. Mr. Chandler of Woodstock, argued that
the expense should be borne by State tax
and not by the reserve militia.
Mr. Rounds of Chester agreed. Both of
those gentlemen thought a less number of
comtanies would be best. Mr. Chandler
favored 25. The bill w ill come up again for
consideration on Monday afternoon.
MONTTEUER, Nor. 2.
Thero was no quorum in the House this
morning. The Senate iu not in Session to
MoNirEXiiR, Oct. 30.
Xo matters of special or general impor
tance bate come before the legislature this
morning. The time has been taken up in
discursing local bills.
New York, Oct. 29th.
A special despatch from the Army of the
Potomae dated yesterday says : no battles
occurred yesterday as was cun'tidently antici
pated by many." The enemy however still
shows a bold front north of the Rawahan-
nuck. It is believed that Lee has no large
(hlj eTnn f .1 ! I .L. 1. - .
iuM muc in iuL- riter. rruu lue ul
information I can obtain the bulk of Lee's
forces that pressed back our lines on Friday
last hae recrosed the river leaving only a
strung picket line of dashing and desperate
men in front.
Tne Herald's Army of the Potomac dis
patch dated yesterday contains the following:
': Considerable changes have recently taken
place in the relative position of the Union
and rebel armies. There is no immediate
prospect of a battle tho enemy taking good
care to avoid every thing like a general en
gagement. Lite intelligence makes it probable that
his reiint demonstratioiswerelcmts to cover
m n- imi)rtant movements. Hut for Lee's
Muli.tn liange of attitude we should I ave
had a tight where it is believed the advan
tage would bate lieen important to us.
Early yesterdiy morning, some pickets of
the 5tb Army Corps were fired upon. The
attack was not followed up.
It is ascertained that Buford's Cavalry
skirmished quite brilliantly along their lines,
yesterday, two or three hours with the ene
my. To-day all appears quiet along the line
ol the Rappahannock.
One of the Herald's torrrspondents was
shot at by a gucrrila last evening, near
Gainesville, and his horse wounded.
The Herald's Washington disratch says :
There has Ken no news or rumors of move
ments in front, to-day Xo rebel army of
niucn importance is mere. hat lorces re
main on the south side of the Rappahannock
are simply a corns of observation, the rreit-
er part of Lee's army having gone cither to
Chattanooga or Abington, Va , to participate
in resisting the ad ranee of Thomas and Burn-
New York. Oct. 29.
Tlic Times has the following special dated
Chattanooga Zltli via .Nashville 2fth.
The enemy's actions seem to indicate that
Bragg is movins with a larsre force upon
Cleveland (Tenn.) with the evident puriiosc
m uitu&iug luruugu our lines, in mat uirec
tion. It in generally believed here that the
movement is co-operated in by a portion of
Lee's forces from Virginia moving down by
way ot j.ynctitmrgh and Bristol ( a.) with
the intention of driving Burnside from list
Tennessee and turning the flank of his army
nnu tnus compelling its retirement lroin
ClNClNNATTI, Oct. 29.
The Gazette has a dispatch from Chatta
nooga dated 27th which snys a detachment
linilT Pill Sfanlf of tha 1 1,1. 11 1,1,. ..me.l
tLated 50 pontooos down the river in lace of
me reoci snarpsnooters landed at JJrown e
Ferry, and surprised and drove the rebels
lrom the ridge on the south side opening
eoinmuniiratiiin xcitri Rrlrl..,
The rebels are flanked and must evacuate
A second desjatch says that Gen. Hazen
with 2000 of Gen. Palmer's division attacked
the enemy on Lookout Mountain and drove
him from his position.
Gen McPherson's expedition to Canton,
Miss., resulted in destroying a large number
of rebel mills and factories, the defeat and
dispersionof the rebel cavalry and the gen
eral discomfiture ol the guerillas infesting
The official count gives Brough 61,572 ma
jority. The total vote of the State is 425,-
Xiw York, Oct. 29. noon.
There is a panic in tho gold market.
Desivitchos received here and read in Brok
ers lijard state that.a mob has liberated all
the union prisoners in Richmond, raised the
union flag and driven rebel troops out of the
earthworks. Gen. Leo is retreating on
RicriuHmd to quell the riot, and our troops
are marching on Petersburg from the Pen
Another despatch says that no confirma
tion of the above ban been received while
private" despatches ridicule the whole story,
as the work of gold speculators.
It did not affect the price of gold. Gold
sold to-day at 147 3-4.
Fortress Monroe, Oct. 29
The Richmond Enquirer of the 27th con
tains the following :
Charioto, TJct. 26. The enemy's bat
teries, Gregg awl Wagner, opened fire at 11
o'clock tliio laomiDg.with seven guns from tho
former and four from the latter The fire
was princirally directed against Forts Sum
ter and Jouneon.
Two .Monitors were also engaged. Tbe
firing ceased at dusk. One hundred shots
were fired from Morris Island and 100 fram
the Monitors. "We fired from Moultrie. No
damage done as yet. Our batteries replied
- NrtrYoRi Oct. 30.
lioxa9Cintiininrj torpedoes and field rIsm- I
ea, and Home contraband letters, were found t
with parties who were arrested here yester
day and sent to Fort lafavcttc. I
The steamer Eagle rom Havana Oct. 24 th
has arrived. The eraHi letter from Hav
ana says : the insurrection in San Domingo
is spreading. Tbe insurgents naveburnea
the town of Thicrto Platta and rained great
advantage at Axua.
t ne new Spanish General cad oeciarca uie
whole coast blockaded.
Venezuela dates state that Gen. Haiccn had
captured Porto Cabello. The Spanish ac
count says tbey have gained a victory over
the rebels, capturing 600 prisoners and two
pieces of cannon. -
The Diana says: Puerto Platto" is ho
more. The rebels attacked and burned it.
Nsw York, Oct. 30.
The World's Washington dispatch says ;
Everything has been ejuiet -on the front to
day, though this evening the; Republican says
Gen. Meade is feeling the enemy and will
6oon make an important move.
A refugee has come within oor lines ntid
reports that Hood's division.of Longfitrccts
corns has returned from.Bragg's army.
The railroad .to tbe Rappahannock will
be completed in about four days.
Yesterdays Richmond papers contain noth
Rumors telegraphed here from the North
of a riot in Richmond are contradicted by
passengers by the flag" oft ruce boat to-day.
The Herald's dispath from the Army of
the Potomac says : Lee's headquarters are
supposed to be in vicinity oi Brandy Station
on the south side of the'Ilappabannock, and
his army including Stuart's cavalry are near
The Richmond Examiner of the 27th says
The seizure of the rams said to be in course
of construction for the Confederate Govern
ment, was so clearly foreshadowed in the
recent speech of Earl'Russell, that it excited
no surprise. It will be a bitter disappoint
mcnt to the high hopes that had been formed
of their efficiency and influence upon the fate
of the war by the sanginc minds of our peo
ple. New York, Oct. 30.
Gold sold to-day at 145.
New York, Oct 31.
The Times has the following despatch
from Charleston dated Morris Island Oct. 27
Three heavy guns have been opened on
the city of Charleston.
Each have thrown one shell containing
Greek fire into the heart of the city.
Other guns arc to ort-n on the city this
afternoon. It was not intended at first to
make a commencement of such formidable
operations now, but circumstances have
changed the programme entirely. Our lat
teries are also at work on Johnson, Sumter
The rebels reply reservedly to-day. They
arc evidently taken by surprise, so far as
the shelling of Charleston is concerned,
though they Lave had sufficient warning.
Four monitors are in position offSullivan's
Island. It is understood that they will en
gage the rebel works this afternoon. The
Ironsides shows no disposition to participate.
Her ropes arc strung with sailors washing.
Heaikjcartirs Department or
tue South, Oct. 27. f
The land batteries alone arc engaged.
The object of the fire was gto get pviiec
range and present the construction of
any interior works in Sumter. It cannot
be put down as the commencement of any
vigorous assault, and the public must not ex
pect stirring news by the next steamer.
One thing is certain ; the rebels have been
checked in any efforts they may have made
to erect batteries within Sumter and the
chances are that such works are destroyed.
Sumter has not replied , nor is it likely that
tbey can hold possession of the work.
The weather is now cool and bracing. AVe
are looking for the first frost with great anx
iety, as by it alone will we get rid of mala
rial diseases which prevail here
As I close one of the guns is firing on tbe
city of Charleston with what result can't be
stated. St. Michael's spile is the tirget of our
Xiw York, Oct. 31.
The World's Va6hinKton o'esjutch 6aj :
Advices from tbe front are wittiout interest.
The railroad iecoraplcted to Warrenton Junc
tion. The rebels hold the burned bridge
across the Kappahannock in great force.
Private advicee from Chattanooga to day
(state that there seems to be no prospect ol
an immediate movement. The rebels are in
no condition to make any eerious attempt to
improve their position.
The Tiiwj despatch sajs : The President
to-day intimated that Oen. Butler would
soon nave an active command.
Xew York, Xov. 2.
An experimental suit, against the lion.
Simoc Cameron for alleged illegal arrest and
imprisonment at Fort Lafayette while he
was Sec. or War, ivill come on for trial to
morrow at Baltimore.
Maj. Gen. Butler has been assigned to
the lSth army corps .department of Virginia
and North Carolina, in place of Gen. Foster
who is ordered to report at Washington to
the Adj General.
Circumstances indicate that Gen. Foster
will have command of the defences of Wash
ington. I he Orange and Alexandria Ilailroad is in
running order to Warrenton Junction.
Gentlemen just from Richmond say that
the rebel government is seizing all the boots
and shoes in that city for Lee army which
is almost barefooted.
Two of the Herald's coirespondcnts were
gobbled up by Moseby'a guerrillas near Gen.
Meade's headquarters yesterday.
The Times' letter from the Army of Po
tomac of the 30th ult. says On the railroad
the rebel advance pickets arc near Bealton
while on our right we hold Sulphur Springs.
Our lines advance some distance every day
but slowly and cautiously. As usual the
army is tied to certain limits and until the
railroad is rebuilt it cannot advance much
further. This work accomplished it can
move on again until Lee makes another
What a pity it is the army could not be re
lieved from the defence of Vaehmgton for a
few weeks ! In two weeks' time, were such
the case, the nation could boast of having the
care of two capitals instead of one, as now.
There is no truth that the rebels have de
stroyed the railroad south of the Rapiahan
nock. They will undoubtedly destroy as we
advance, as to delay seems their present pol
icy. The IVorWj dispatch from the Army of
me i'oiomac ot sunuay says : there has not
been any firing on our front for the last three
The army is located in an excellent posi
tion on its line of supplies. It is known that
Lee and Meade are both maneuvering for fa
vorablo positions, but the opinion prevails in
military circles here, that Lee will not
risk a battle outside of his entrench
ments on the south side of the Rapidan which
can be held by a small force against a great
army, which will leave him at liberty to
send a part of his lorcea to flank the attack
ing party and compel it as lx-lorc to fall back
nortti ol the Jtappabannock or even to Cen
treville. Tbe guerillas are bold and active in the
rear of our army.
The steamer Forest City from Boston with
COO conscripts arrived at Alexandria to-day
after a rough passage ot four days. Tbe
steamer loft her reckoning in the fog and
Ftcamed six hoars below Cape Charles.
Most of the conscripts were seasick.
New York, rov. 2.
The! hlpAmalnn PrtTnw fmm T itovrwMl fit.e
24th, in Queenstown 25th passed 'cape
Race at 8 P. M. Saturday.
Gold sold i
to-day at 16, a 146J
JEW YokK, XOT. 3.
The Tribune's dispatch rajs . From the
front we learn that there are indications of
a disjiosition on the part of Gen. -Meade to
obey orders by attacking the enemy, and the
truth as to whether Lee will fight or not will
soon be settled.
There is no need of hunting for tbe foe, as
they are all around os as well as within our
lines, as is evidenced by the capture of two.
correspondents within tbrcemilesof Meade's"
The appointment of Gen. Butler to the
Department of which Fortress Jlonroe is at
present tho headquarters is considered an
earnest of a purpose to conduct the war in
that quarter on what are briefly known as I
Butler's principles. I
JOHN . jvntfcbEk.
Attorney and Counsellor at
11220, 1662. dly
G. D. WELLER,
HAS IX STORE,
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50 doicn Corn Brooms. 10 boxes Cold
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Boston Tripe, Cranberries and IJutnces. Buck
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December 20. 1662.
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prevent tboM formidable diae. to which all hor?ej
are liable, and which render fo many otherwbe
valaMe borwi nearly worthier,
I.VKA I. L I HIsK M.MMK.NT,
S o I (I i c r U Friend,
And thoQFandi have found It truly
A F K 1 E .V I I N X K K I J
CAI'TIOX. To avoid Unpoaitioii, oiwerve the
Sip.it ure and LlkeneM of Dr. Stephen Sweet on
every Ubel, and alto -'Stephen Sweet' Infallible
Liniment Mown in the glars of each bottle, with
out whkh none i genuine,
RICHARPSON 1 CO.,
Sole Proprietors, Norwich, Ct,
G. C. (J001WI. k CO.,
(Jeneral A U, Boston.
4triAL. DA VS." hi (iail Hamilton.
VJT " reter Cawadtne," b Caroline Cbeerehuro.
" Kreedow and War,w by llenry Ward Beecher.
"Our old,' aiterietf of Hughs!. Sketchei by .Na
" lUmenta of tho Enzliah Laorua-e, by Prof.
X. . Clark.
' Eleanor' Vlotor by 5f. E. Braddon.
Agautz's lItiB.-lj of Study In Xatural UUtor.
Jud received by
C. 0. FRENCH X CO.
K K X X K I Y S
Itiim .II.VTIC MMHIiXT. I
'P1IE sttectien of I he nubile h csll-1 to thi most
a. excellent of all Lmlosents, m a perfect and .
Iely eire far all Lee aches M l pAhw that fleh is i
leaael by a U n of the rlnids. aruiOK from ,
caeeaea perspiraii m eureo o aiww ' ..iieeoi
Kennedy V Rneunia' 'j Llniuieut. I
! Are caused by an orer-exten on ar.-i a i-ti.M n re-
aetsoo of tbe moscies 1. cjieii . a fan ' llls of
Ke&nedb's llhuumaAJC L lUiuuni iUi. i; ,1 for -
IBM ana oeast.
The klncof li pla n, i cae-ie'! '.v an inti.outtlon
ottiieu-v. . i.i i ,t .i a it a apii. a.
' UiDs . Ki.. .j' .-" .' L.u,mtot.
If i . i ...I i ll.i .nun,: of the rllis-f
.-.i .ai ,-tl.ee ol lieoutdj's UheBuutic
Are caused by a sudden pressure of the fiesh and
smashing of tho t.seuv .s lu.tantly roliered by
Kennedy's Kheumatie Limoient
Is a contraction of the muscles, eaucd by a sudden
stoppage of tbe nerrous Buld, which prevents ani
mal life harln; a free flow is cured by a few appli
cations of Kennedy's Rheumatic Liniment,
Is caused by a neuralgia In the stomach and bowels
f.k. . tutumnfu! of Kenneilr's ftheumatle Lin
J lmcnt in warm water ercry half hour until cored.
SORETIIROAT AXD IIOARSKXKSSS
1 Are caused by ad unnatural drynes of the clan.tl
I wet a piece or flannel with Kennedy's Rheumatic
I Liniment, apply It on jolnj to bed, and you will lie
' well In the morning.
1 IIKtllACIIB AXII THROltlllXG OF
I Is caused by a pressure from insensible tierepiration
Is cured by a few applications cl Kenned 't Ilheu
WKAKXESS OKTIIK HACK.
Follow the direction In the circular around each
'UK AX LT.CKRATKI) SORETIIROAT,
You will lake one teaspoonful or the Liniment and
four teasimonfuls of water. Gargle the throat twice
aday. n a few dajs it will be well. Thlsonetea
I spoonful will lie worth a dollar to you.
! And all Inflammation or the throat, tonsils and pal
I ate, with a dry, hacking cough, will di ute tbe iin
; lment with four or lire times Its bulk of water,
, gargle the throat, and swallow the moisture. This
It Is guod Tor Toothache, Eabacue, Swelled
Flee and lurLABATiox or erery kind. fcTery fam
ily should hare a roll supply for the winter.
, Manufactured by IHlSALII KKN.NF.llk, Bx
lmry. Maw. Price yieent-. Nill )
nej.t. 2.'. dlwwi
A XEW Apple Parer, warranted to pare fin ap
ples a minute, at 1r.,,.v
tept. IT. PIEPXR.
1803. LAKE CUAMPLAIX. 1803
COMMEA'Cl.VG .UO.YD.1 Y. .Mat 4. '63.
The new and splendid steamers of the
Lhnmplnin Transportation Compaur,
Untied Jtdlri, Capt. Wm. Anderson,
Canada, Capt. Wm. II. Flags;-,
Jmerira, Capt. Henry Mayo,
Montreal, ClpU Lot Chicberlatn,
Villi rica as follows until further notice
DAT use. ) LeaveWhiUhall Dully, icua
Pr Uiit.l -dl. da v excented.l at IIL20 A. M..
10. SO A. M.)upon arrival i the Cars from
Troy, Albany and nnuUlo, rcschlni Burlington at
i,Ao r 31, an-l kuum'I rotnt hi i.- r ji, uianim
direct CLunociiOb wim uio vars lor u,iiwuuiK
same evening, arriving at Montreal at lo.3o P M.
xiouTLiXE. 1 Leave Khitehall Dadj, (-a-K.l.'s
I'. M.J tanla) s aDd sunuaj s excepted.)
ath,liPM,ulinarrlal or tbe Trains from New
vrk n llutialo. and susoenslon Bridge the same
day, rca-hlng Burlington at 3,30 A M, sj-d Pist's
burgh at S.3U A 31, conneetlpg at eich place with
at Jiontreai at e,j a h, anu uuens-
burgh at 9,IA) V i.
DAT lixe. ) Leave Rouse's Point Dally, at
From Burlwqton. A m, except Sundajs, (and
1IUOA.M. )PUttslinrgalTA) on arrival
or Train from Montreal, via L. t Canada Railroad,
connecting with Boats at Birllnrton at 10,) aw,
Annn.,tnw-a,T!f..-ini1rrot at -l p m with Laketieorge
lioati reacn nue:iaii an,i; r m, in pom " i
Train connecting at Troy and Albany with splendid
steamers on toe iiuusou ivivcr aun "iw
.Vil Erpreis Train to the ITsit.
xigbt uxe. 1 Leave Rouse's Point Dally, j
9,1 j f . M.) (except Saturdaj s ana sunus) s)
on arriral or Train lroin Jlonireai anu uKoeiuoiurgu,
arriving at Burlington at 9,13 r , ami reaching
Whitehall at 5,'SJ A u, in tune Ibr Kiip Train
reaching New York at 1 ,31 r u, ana only Line con
necting with the Hud'on River Day Boat from Al
hany, at9 a m, reaching New York at 6 pa, awl
Buffalo ami Suspension Bridge at Spx.
All the lines each way will be run via Port Kent
frf fly this arrangement two dally lines are
formed each way, affording great facilities for parties
of pleasure or business men to go and return same
day oeiweeu oiuereoi jjvium ou mc m.
Passengers by taking the steamboat Line will i
avoid the annov ance of dust and impure air el Cars
during the heat of tbe day will make close eonnec- ;
nccUoos with all the 1 rains oi tneuiucreiu mu, ,
.n the jiassage between Whitehall and Rouse's '
Point will rhave .an extensive view of the Wautirnl
j T. J ; . T V v ;.. in declining health, he was oiuigea to reimq- .
and the l.reen Mountains of ermont-wlll pass h ,;,tMi .Eld, for the last ten i
near to the old Forts of Crown Point ami Tloon- , ,u ij.iaihlt ithale attention.
derog, the Island, and many o Writ,
est and celebrity In tho history of the .last .war At Jhff town and title, plaint,, and direct to -the
latter place passengers to and rroin Lake Oeorge vat-timiN
land, and pass through that beaut'ul Like dally, , MATTIeON,
on the splendid steamer Minnehaha. i No. Union Street, rrmiuriice. It. I. ,
fare as lo is as out other route
Throtgh Tickets by this Line, between the prin- i
elpal places In the Northern States, can bo procured !
at the Ticket Offices or the Railroads.
Company's OSce, American Hotel, Bnrllngton.
H Tracy, Agent, fA Commissioner Street, Slontreal,
M Canheld.l'ier 13, Foot Liberty street, New . rk.
Chas Thunnan, 239 Broadway, New York. I'm. n
Depot, Troy, New York-, On Iward Lake Champiam
Steamersi On Urd 4ke Onurlo steamer-. in
board Hudson River Steamers, Hudson River Ra.i
road Offices, New York.
RAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH.
Passengers and Baggage will be transported from ,
Carl to Boats from the Deiiots at Bnrllngton.
E"Frof Ctunre.VJ l
Freights taken at Loweit Rates
THOS. II CANFIKLD,
" .-. .
VERMONT CENTRA I. A XD SL LLI V A N
CosBsseanny June ?.), 1j
a TR4I1S BOIISi SOUTH AXD BAST.
Leave BerftnKtoa at a. n , 9.30 a. b. an-
Mail Traix leaves Room's Point at i.Vi t.
Barifngton 7.13 a b.. conei-ting at tVb'te Rlrer,
JnactMB and Bell - Palls with trains tsr BBntna,
Wfirceter, Ac., mi. , ni. t-rtn-ut aisay Hattroad
lorni.rtngne.ti au. .w i ora.arriviugin.SHW sora
, at 10 13 r
. C-uam l.xi'RE Traiv leas n.den-i-urgh at
3i .M. li'.ulseaJ at o.-si a. M., Rjui Poult ai
15 b ,: r V '-tun, and New York.
. .bt ti'Hm Ti leaet-s OifdensriBrEb it
l.i r B , VJ-intienl at 1 45 r. a . fwuwS V'nnx at
ol'l-.M., A ;itliat l-l..n ai " it.. e.l
. nectin ,1 i-rl'- w- Fails will. r'.'.-'Klrr R R Cut V.m.
' lumUHU .'Clri, in.. I' V'efU"Dt Valles R K
' fw iTiruti ,i .I,., v ii,,, en aul sin um is.
m b .rs at it e a
Leave UuruDt.-a at 4 a. n . a.
r a. aui .i p. .
Cuit aco Cirauti Titan Ivarec r'-t-n at a.
v., WhiU Kim Juotlnn at tit 3 p. ., riulinl.tu
at 3.1 r. fur U,jiieiia4iurtb, I Uica.' a.. 1 :Ur
Wvtt, making olie t'.nnoetitn
H il Tnai3 i B ret Boat on at 7 JO a. m.. tna Low
ell, Lawrence or FitaMmnt. Leavex prui;tit'M t
:JMa Ho. Bcilowi Fall at UJi) i. ., f,r St J!.ai.
bury. Littleton aad Burlington, Ac; arriving tn
Montreal at 10.30 r. aad Ujtdaathurgtj at a.
AccoKMoaiTiO' Tiui-H loavat Xorthfteld at
a. it., and BrilBrtoO at J0 a. Pr Roi
IVint and .Montreal.
.Siskt EirautsTiuiN learte Bellow Fall at 9.15
r recelvtu paficrrs from the Vewnt Val
ley R II. lour in; New yerk at0A. m., and rrnm
I'i.ethire R R leavinji; Bo ton 4.'i r. h., ouaaecuntc
at Whita River Junction with a train leavm Bsst..n
at S.uu p. ii via Lowell, and at 5 m p. sc. via Law
rence. Leave TiU River J auction at II 4 p a .,
arriving at Burlington at IJUa. Rxue' Pmt
at 6 33 a. Muntreal at .u a. aad Ocdena
bur;h .Hi p. . lluth tbe 3Iatl Train and the Ja
ExpraM Trains eonbect at White Rivar Junction
with ratemmptic Road Ibr and from Bottn and the
Sleepin: Cart arc attacaed to both tha Night
ExpreM Trains runnins between Rotue't Point and
Throoe;h Ticketi for Chioa&nd the Wett (or tale
at all the principal elation.
G. MERRILL, Sup't.
St. AItn. Jnce 29. 13
KL'TLAbVI) X IlL'KLlXJiTOX It. U.
Commencing May 25, 143, trains will run at fol
low LUTI BCKUSGT0.( .
8.'J a. f.t Mail Taai-, for Dotton. Lowell, Worcet
tcr, Deltows FaUt, Keenc, Fitehbuih, Brattle
bore, SpriacHeM, Hartford, New Haven, Troy,
Albany, and Xew York ; arrive in lloeton T is p
k , Troy 2 15 r v. New York sisrv.
Tkrtfutfh to TYey and Bottom wtttkuoht C tinge
11 15 a v, Exprem Tkaii for Rutland, Troy, AI
bany, New Vork, Schenectady and the Wett , ar
rive at Troy 639 p a; New Vorn by Lludaoa Hirer
Railroad or Steamers next morning.
9 20 p m, Nwnr Kipbri from Montreal tn New
Vork, arrive In Troy hJUan, New York l JS p m.
fROM the itorra a?D CiSTTHAi.f ) arrive at era- i
LISGTOf At POLLOWt
m a w, AcroxxoDAnoi Turn froea Rutland
This Train loarce Rutland at 6 U a a.
5 r , Mail Traix from Beaton. Lowell. Worcet
ter. bprtagfeld, Hartford, New Ilaven. Troy. Al
bany and New Vork. Leave Button 7 an a a
New York 7ila a Trt ii! IS p m Thit tnuo
from Rutland itope vul at Brandon, Mid llt-i-urj
3 00 p. n. PaweaKc? Train. Lea ret Trey at 7. o A.
31. RuUaad lili M.
TlCKLTb told for SAraUea, Troy. Albany, New
Vork. Schenectady and all principal points on the
.New Vork Central and We tern Rail Roads and m.
formation stn by
K. C. ROW E, No. 1. Amcriean Hotel Flora.
72f Fare alwat as low aabj any other route and
BtJCre cbftfd thri'uch
uGit:siii'itcii it iii.itotn.
INI13. ISdX. i
Lease Ordeosl srtfh at 12 15 r , (dine at Ma n)
smrinir it Roepe Point at '.i r b. e .on,t ne
ititi tie v . rmoot Cvutrai RBJlr.l,.Niht r,,.iis.,
wilt V .ueisd Sleeping Car atUvhed, lor ( n ril
UnLLlicter, NashoB, Lowell. Lawrence, P rt.iiii'
Pltowhwr, ftoreneBter, Sprluxflsl,!, Ac. and arn
ine; at It,ton early Uto foliiiwiust uotuiL U.
eonnccUnai r,urIington with B B R It rrT-.
A!!ian an-l New mt. a-i-l a Rhus'- Pi.'tl will.
Lake I l.emplalb te ,srs l -r tsar.s.s.n -.-. o,-.
Tr.. A.i-ot aud ..-vi urk. A.su hiLu . a
Laarenee R R. for Montreal and Quebec.
XlGllr THKOLUll TRJIX
Leare Ugdensburh at G3u p s. (on arriral of
iiraoij Trunk da traln,)with Sleeping far attached,
eometlni at Rouse's Point with Vt I'entraJ R R,
ua Kxpress for Hottun and all noints Kat. and at
IMirliiiKtou with R I B R R, Ibr Tn., Allan an-l I
ew int., arrmngat L, r m. Alsoconneeuntrat
llurllngton with day line Lake Champlaia suaimers
for tbe 2uth. Also at Rouse's Point with train for
Montreal and C:ueteo.
Leave Boston at?iAH,andosi rv, ami New
York at ? ti a u, arrtrin-- at Ogdensburgh at li 15
r m, lu time to connect with (irand Trunk Railway,
R, W 4 O R R, nd Ottawa A Presclt R R Also
with Lake Ontario bteamers ami Northern Trans
portation Co's Propellers lor all Points West
O. V. IIOYLE, .-apt
Malone. Mai 12.
STEAM WKEKI.V TO
LIVKRI'OIIU Uueliing at
ylEENSTOWX, (CORK HAR
BOR.) Tbe well known Steam
! ersof the Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia
j bteamship Compaa intended to sail as follows
I ETNA, Saturday, Nor. 7th.
! CITY OF WASHLNIiTON, Saturday, Nov. llth.
Ei'IMll'Ri'll, Saturday, "
tnd every succeeding Saturday, at Xoon, from Pier I
, II, Xorth River. I
. RATES OF PASSAGE .
1 PATABLE n GOLD OK ITS EgClVALESTIK CTBBE5CT.
1 FIRST CABIN", mO,iJ STEER.(iE. 130,00
do to London, $a5ftAI do to London,-M,isl
do to Paris, $55,00 do to Pans, jPiM
to Hamburg. , " to llamburgtTMo
Passengers also forwalded to Havre, Bremen, F st
tenlain, Antwerp, Ac, at equally low rates.
rarea from Liverpool or Queenstown: 1st Cabin,
i:3, -o, J105, bteerafC 3i. Tliose who with to send
for their friends can boy tickets here at thei rates.
For further information apply at the Company's
08i" JOIIX G. DALE.
Agent. 13 Broadway. X. Y.
or II. N. BRCRY. Dnrllngton.
O R A I" E.N.
ORliKRs bwthe AdlroudAel Orape Vine may be
left at . , .
ALMON.ncw cat.'i. ve
C. L II All!
No. 4. BankBlt,. k
The GrcnS Iiuli.tn ICemcily
tut alirrWtWri I.NMax eMMacikili:
Thl rejbrted Female Mt'JlcinO,
isdesisneil expressly fo l.th-M-
rw o,jfrfaI,-n,and is the vert
liett Ihlui kno for the cunwse. s
'tnlli Ollng rn llio wnaixij ww'
in ckm-4 of obstruction trnrna raise.
ank alter all oilier rtmedies of the
kind have been tried In vaiu. If
,i.n rfi,Mtivl It will eure anu
Case, XO MATTER BOW OBSnXATE.and
it i also iierfectly sre at all times, i
II la iim ill iiwiit. vi
iSrent strenath. with full dlree-
tlom for lng, and seut by Express,
c.u-y jioi'iJ, to all lvitts of the
PHICES Fall strength. Jio. nan
strength, i;. Imarter streiucth, ft
perln.ttle N. B Some ate cured by the weaker.
wl.ili- ..tliers mav require the stronger preparations;
, tlie full slreng'th Is aluais tie ot't. &f' Sent ty
Express in a sealvl pacaage, on receipt ol the
, prie by mn
1 3rREME.Mr.Frtru nrdmne it designed if
, p'fs'fo for OBSTIXlErAsrs, WIK alt oiler remedies
; lie tind Ante failed to curs ; atoo that it M warrant.
ed as reoresenjtd IX cvtur hesi. it.wIsi pries will
I BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ' None genu-
. Ine and warranted, unless purcbaed rfi'erls' of lr
M at his ItblMEDIAL INSTITUTE FOR SPECIAL
DISEASES, No 24 Union street, Philadelphia, R. I-
tiT ytcoummodations for Iaihs irishlntj lo remain
A wOItl) OF CATTIOX,
Immense snins of money are iH to swlnd- ,
line quacks annnalij, which is ure than ro
awao. This comes from trusting irtlAoaf inewiry, to
men who ar" alike destitute of honor, character.
skill, and wlmee onto recommendation is their own
lalse and extrirngant assertioos in praise of them,
selves. The only way to avoid imposition U t take
no man's word, no matter uhat his pretentions are. 1
MAKE IMJUIRY it will cift Jew nothing, and '
iha save ou ruaoy regrets i for, as advertising ,
lhv sldsins, in nine cases out of ten are Snow, there 1
Is no safety in trusting v Mint, unless you
know trSa and trhit they are
EJT" Dr. M. will send tree, by enclosing one
stamp for postage, a Pamphlet on DISEASES Or
mi jir., anu on rrtreue aiiease s pcurjanj,
rll fnfivrm.ilAn in', lie mae.il undouhted references
and teitimoniats. without which no advertising ptu- I
ssfiian or medicine of this kind Is deserving uiaji t
CONFIDENCE n lIATl-.Vt.lt.
jv i.. reirularli- educate.1 physician of
,n lB Jj-tenJlte!,tro practice, until, by reason of
tvientyjears'expertenes.tenorwnicn were spent
FIIII'.NDS AXD RELATIVES
. . a. v-.f .
Itrarc Soldiers Sailois,,
II I I fUVAVS V TT J ,S
1 IW''' Ai X -LAJAJO
, ' '1-
P I ? I 31 I'. 3. I .
l LL wh have Friend, and Relatives in the Arm
t or Navy, abomld take espeeaal care, that the
oeMui.lv .uuplied with the Pills and Ointment -,
and w! . re tfl- hrare s.ddiers and Sail .rs have ne-
gleet..: 1 pr....de the-u-elies with them no t-sUme
mv: in th bour vT ui.
il be -peedil, relieved and eflbrtually eared by
t ... . ..lT.ir.hl. nwKilelniia. and hv DS9BBK
f.t a tunuoa to tsx Duwetiosss which are aUach-
H. let and B mt nf MfpHto, tnrUrntmt H '
-c r-llup' which to ytvMen lit, utniUly ariaa (
1 - ie cr ar.n janc .-.obstructed per5piratiotif
n: :r name wrawrer it nnwnuifww, i
thu iituat ui Ui QMiUiXiu actaon f the
liver anu i
ti -aaoh. TUcwt irpavat rnuM t- rehed, if jouda
irt t m wUi. Tiit PHU, utkrus accord in to tna
or nted Mrcti.9(, will qofekly fT.4ae a healthy
ar;ioii n ' oth lit r aad stotnaeh, and at a natural
cooatHiaeucw a i. ar head and f. appetite.
Wtstnts . h'hiiit aWtMwd fry erer frntttfrnt
WiU wt.u Ait fcwar b the bm of th-e raiuaMa
Pill?, anl tht v.i.iier will tjulcklv acquire addition-
reu zta rar let um- uoweia ee ciunt con-
iVuf-f ur i-Ia.u actad upua It may hco itrana
ti : li.il.-wav - Ptll should ne revotniuenaea ri
lv-. nter and Flux, amny pertoaa mppottng that
t..' wvuW lucrraae tht reiaaatioa. This u a great
n "iiilr. f--r tl.w Pill wilt ojrreet the live and
s-n..ih and thm remoTe all theacrM bamoaTttVi-ai
Uit iii'i.i Thi mehcine wth inre tone and vitor
t' the wh le organic lyttem howevcrl deranged,
' wh.le health atHrttreafeth fhTtow at a matter of
eiu!-e. Nothing will tWp the nlaxatum of tbe
tWw h to rare a uut mmoc meatcrue.
I 'lunteert jrfmrten ' wrfierriawt f Yutk.
Soret aad Cirt BliMfctn aa4 SwaUutga. eaa with
eerttmt be radically eared If the 1111 are taken
tm,ht and morn tag. and the Ointawat ha freely oaed
sAtstted in the printed iawtractioaa, if treated tn
aii hihvT way they dry up in one part v break cut
iu another. Whereat thitOintment will remoTe the
humor ftfom the tyttem, and leave the patient a
vicoruaa and healthy man. It will require a little
pcrMverence In tmd eatet to Inture a lattins cure.
Fttr iraawat eUUrr nrtwnnnnt a fa Saaeaei, e or
tke Bullrt, Smri r BntUri.
To which every Soldier or Sailor are liaMe, thera
are on medieittM to tf, tare aad coavrnieot a
H liwa Piiit aad Oiatment. The pour wotaaded ,
and almott dyio p fraflcrer
mlcht have hit wounit
drutaed tnunewiately if he would only provide him-
wifwitii Uw maicnt inntmeais wnien anoaw ne
thruH into the wooed and H&cared all round It,
then cover with a niece of linen from hit knantack
and otanpretted with a handkerchief. Taking nilii
anl morning ii or euht Pill, to cool the stcui
and prevent inflammation
Every SoWier't km puck and raan's eaett i
AoaMVe provided with theee valuable Rtmcdlea. j
wordt " Holloway, Xew-Vork and Lnudon," arc dt
eernahle at a water-mark in every leaf of the book
f direeuoaa arouna eaen pot or nox , ine tame ma i
be plainlv teen h holding the leaf to the light A
baadtome reward will be given to any one render- 1
ng tucb information at will lead to the detection f
any party or partie eoanterfeitinc toe medicine -r
veadiBtc the tame, kaowisi; them to be tpunout- ,
.feold at the Manufactory of rtvFeteor Hollo
wa . t Maiden Lane, New York, and by all re-
rtetable IruritU and I dealer? tn Med.ctne
routhout the civilited wor W, in hoxee at . centt
61 ceott and $ 1.
There i conalderable Mvin; by takintctbe larger
B inrecttCTiw rer the prexlatKe or pmtienU it
every diaorder are amxed to each box.
lraicn in my wen aouwu nmiiciaeBOeBa umm
Show Cards, Cireaiara, 1c, tent them, FREE OF
f:rt.v.fc, t aaoreenas ihohay hollow at,
Maldea Lane N- V.
STATE OF VERMONT.
VEir .il MSriTVTM ro JAI A
WI11TK 1 310OKES
(tiiiriii.-i! JIalt Cullto.
wir ciTirivi MANrrACTrm-D
For sale by all tlrBim.
WHITE A MOORE, Miaafertarers.
i, 4, , - and Iu Bleesker bt., Albany. .N.V
O si PEIKri-s
4iioniatic Uti .Hnrtiint.
Hie machine, whvh
ltn in rin.tnllt
f. r more than rw .
.-Brs. t now aekaw.
lead to be the must con
renlent, simple, and effi
cient method of lightins:
buUdlnc? of aU kinds,
at of regular gas work .
erer brought to public
eiraiBS,iis ensue u-eeaom
!ron lanir by explo
sion, the little attention
renmred. the ease with
which It is managed, and the cheapness ami ewperl-
Tit, of the light, has gained far it tbe fasomkle
iLnii id thiww acquainted with iu merits. Tbe
machine takes up hut little room ; no disagreeable
mior rs rxpenenee! in its bswi ao are is applied to
the apiiatatus at all . it can be attached to .irdinary j
gas pipes used for coal gas, and is burned through '
the tame kind of fivturee.
These Machines are utsnufaetured bv the Bur-
HagtiHi AnteiastieOas Light Co. aad taay tsee
in o)ieratU-n ami for sale at the store of t . S. Blod
oktt A Co., CvUear btreet, llurllngton, vt
For further particulars address
P. T. bWEET. Sears larw.
m:" hiihss coons
IX (i REAT larkty. at the Corner btore. French
Merinos, French Repp's, IVpllns, Barathea's,
Poll de Chore's, Eug. Merinos. ParametUs, Co
burghs. Wool lie Laines, Cotton and Wool do.,
Cashmeres, Ac, Ac. Also, a splendid stock of
HInck and I'micy Drct f.ood9
In act, purchasers or BTeM Coods sbouM net
pass this stock without string tt a look. Many bar
gains are here, and all may Had some. If not more.
CvrnerStore, Sept -J. Ie3.
VXIl Ladles Leather Bags.at BRIXSMAILrSOM
Mand, L'hureii MrrcU
JUST received, a fw lutrrels of the above brand
of Whtta Winter Wheat Flenr.
'III-i day rererrod. a tew barrels vctrnareSweet
p. t il.s ml.
C. L HARTS.
No 4 Bank Block.
1 1 - Ft i
M-Et IAI. NOTICES.
1' U L .11 O X I C W A K E It S .
The most certain and apeedyremeJyevtrdWoterea
liT nu mseases oi uie.ueMu. . -c-,
Coughs, Colds, A-tlima, Consumption,
lironehltls. innuensa, unrrenee?,
Dlrheult Breathing, Sore
Throat, Ac. Ac
THESE WAFERS give tho most Instantaneous I
nd oerfLt relief, andwhen persevered with aoowrd- '
ng to directions, never fail to effect a rapid and ,
wuu ,ui i tivuuu. - - r ,
rt health who have tried other means In vain. To ,
all classes anil all COUilHUUons ir.er i. csusn. a ,
okiwing and cure none need despalr.nomatternow
long the disease may have existed, or bowevr se
ver? it may be, provided the organic structure of
the vital organ" Is not hopelessly decaj ed. Lverj ,
otx AJlietesiiould give them tapartsaf trUL
To VOCALISTS and PUBLIC SPEAKER, taw
Halersare peculiarly valuable! they will mono
day reuwve the n,t severe oooaskinal hoATaei ;
and their regular u-e for a few das will atjll ttajes ,
Inerrase the Vwer and Heilbllitj of the voice, trt-
ly improTiog lu tone, eniujiass aBd elearBtel, r ,
whieh purpose the) are reuUrly ured byjssiiiy ,
JOB MOSES, Sole ProrIor,
TT ivnUndt St. N. Y. City.
Price 26 cents per box. For sale by all drug!.
Nor. llth, leoi.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY,
hill JAMES CLARK US
CELEUH ITEI) FEMALE FILLS.
Prepared from prescription of sir 1. CLARKE,
... ..I-!- n htMnn-'mrr the UUeOD.
rf" Eatraoru-nary to the CMeen.
reviiw well known medicine is no
'.TVl. rn i. , no Imnosltlon.
aui Obstructions, from any ewM wliatever; and
although a powerful remedy, it couulna nutMog
burtiul to the oonstitutmn. , ,M . ,,
wiU." in short time, bring on the monthly perksd I
"inMI'iof' Nervous and Sptal affns. Pate
in the Back and Limbs, Heaviness, ratlgneen slight
exertion. Palpitation f 0,e J'.,"!',? ,
Spirits, lllsteries.Siek lleadafhe, te. and aU
tfio pifnrul diseases oeeadoned by a disordered svt
tem; these 1111s will s(Ht a eure when all alber ,
,k. .iireeiions on the ind iie of the Pamphlet are
These nils nave never mm 'r ' .V . ,
weu oo-.n-i. . . . , . tk.
ForniUpartieuiars, get-pi j
'"h II and 6 pot-taie sumps enclosed teaay
suUiortMrf agent, will insure a bottle, cwatsasBB;
over W Pills, by rtturn naall. ,
' ' juBMOSIM,SoleIprleoc,
C CortU-dtSt. X. Y, CHy. .
Sold by all Druggists.
THE COXFESSIOXS AXD EXFERI
ExtK or ax Ixvaud, PubBshed for the bea-lt, nsi
as a. warning and Cautiox to Yorxo Hex who smj
fer from Nervous DekUity, PremaUre ISssjaf f
Manhood, ete., supplying at the same time. The
Meaxs orSrxrCcRE. By one who his wired susa
MhT after being put to great eipeaw an tajary
krotuth ss-Ue-1 humbug and quaekery.
By encloslm; a (wt-p-iJ addrsawed esivesope,
et pies may be had of sot-tor.
NATHANIEL MAYFA1R, EQ.,
Bedford. Kings Cvoaty, N. Y
.,-. o,:.. ... me. notent Fur rood to diseased
bodies, llie ar. tamnlew M Bread. Tfcsj - at
' frnnw are ivrtain to reeelveaa lBrese of --
n ha, bees ..id by . -hi. phrci.n, that "tkd.
suneriaAie ossality. Tlss Bra-dreth PIU
( m is tne lupens-iv h"-""
have no power ur actio, hot upi.o imesarehawioni IB
' ub, Ktaeonly tbe impurities Id and
".,.'.,. B .
sdeaased from aU fMOMas. rnd P feaed with sale
..-rrfol ewnlive powers contained and in-
I jereat c' the uioet justly nuned BBAXnaarsi s i-ilu.
Millions of people whose lives appeared to ne a
the left ebb, worn oat by revert coataauBg nret, j
coDaueapUon intMiew advaaees by tvaiae tor
Awata of iasaanuLatory rbeamatiata, have beaa
cared by the use of taene pUia. The aetae an
Uviac witoaavet, aad taeaeaaaa am lenuesu im
every dty of Aawrtea. Wampal 0ee, Xo.
Canal teree Iew Vork
8oM j aU itpaetable deeien la awittriivw
Fhr further Sp&nml -Vaticta tvt third pt.
TIIK ITTXAJI SKI.F-AlUOTl.Nft
PaTExrcn DarstfBCft irth I Ml.
Simplicity. Kffieiencv, DHrnbililr nnd
Mlrcry Family should pos
ses a Clothes-Wringer,
1st . It Is a reliefto to the hardest part of Washfosc:
Ad It eaahles the VabiBK to bedone i one third
3rd. It sarc Its east by savtug ta Clslaes.
h -It helps to WASH tbe Clothes as well as Bar
WE RELIEVE IT IADVISAIU.E TO
IMIOCI RE A ITTXAM VRI.N;EIl.
1st. The Ri Us. hein; "f ValesQised Ranker, will
bearhM and eotd water, and will aetthe break
ar tear ofl bnttone.
-n i -Our !mprored Method ef Faateatag tbe Rab-
ber to the shaft, si cured to us by Letters Pa teat
just tuet. we benei e oe superior to any otaer. .
3rd The frame being of ir. n. tboroBaJilr gal ran- ;
lse4. aU oaager from rust is reosorBd,aat tbe lia- !
l-lUty to shrink, swell, split. Ac , so uaaroidabi
in wooden machine, is prerwnti-d. !
th Tbe isnml bsriagB ower tbe Ksslis rradar this j
Maeaiae aeif-AilAstissg, so that small and large
articles, as well as articles aaerea la thickness, I
are nertam to reoeivr anUbrvs prenre.
5th Tbe patent tMeueby which the Maebiae la
tigbteaed tv the tab, we believe fci be superior, tn '
implicit and efficiency, t anything yel effeml.
6th It will wrlasr Useraaahly ant wing frost a f
simstJa thread boa Ud tuiil without any altera- ,
"th No tnnarh-BeTTw or eoMptteateel fasteedaca to !
wwaroator get out ol order ; it can be fastoaed .
arsaly to lb tub in a tingle Msc.nd.
He have thus presented oar rlew. We ask no
ooe to softerfrepttV4a without proviag their
corrects ess. To those who doubt, if euHb there be, .
TEST the PIT.rAM irRl.fGER.
Test it thoroughly ; test it with any. or all others,
lu eewty MssibM saanaes. aaddecide tor reursetve.
Take oaa, try It on wash in-day, aad if not -nrirelr
rsdsCietory, return H.
4 OENTS, WANTED. RellaMeandenentetlemen
2V Uherailr dealt with.
PortoraM, and nvethod of sale, ililre
. C.XRTHBOP, !
New Mliford. Ct.
Fer sale by Matbew4 PAtraa, :
X B w n O O D N .
-llfE have just relarnd from New York with a
new block of Fine Jewelr) , Oa I Eaaawled 1
and Cold Pius, Ear Rings, biee-e Hat Sobs, Chabw. I
beautiral sonuire or Moaograia Cuff Butvsos, Une ;
(Sold Bncelet Auteriean. English aad SwIm ;
Watches in tiold sjhI Mlver IVwo at redue.il nrleee;
Reticules, Pnrsto, Nl.1n Mngsi IluMr, lieM ami
other Chains a fine stock of Cabt Pens front the
beit makers, and maav other iiudi whleh will b
sold at as low prices as goods or tbe quality eaa be
bad for an) where. A rail stock of sUel .Miser
Ware and of Plated floods, at
RRINSMAIlrs. OH Stand, Church St.
i - -
X E W 11 O O K S
I UANMZ'S methods erstudy In Natural Ills- I
! Wry" I
"Tho DeAdSbot" or Sportsman's Complete (iulde,
1 Mi;i treatlseon theueorthe Ounby Marks- I
l man. !
"Pharraacopieeia erthe Cniteil Mates."
i For sale by E. A. FULLER.
Sept. -Atrd j
rpilB very best in inaiket, call for Sherman's I ui
J. proved and buy no other, at
C. L. HARTS.
No. 4. Bank Block
STAMI at tioYERiMETT rates for sale by
C. W. W00OI10USE,
at Merchants Bank.
Aug. II. t-UCS dAwtr
I.MUiK Lot of ae White Cloier Honey, at
M A C II I .N E T II K E A 11
BF--iT quality forsaleat the
skio Ma. mine Parlor.
Free Preis Building.
9 -A 1 1
. O MS I It S .V T I .V ;
at all UkaxssSHtesI In tke
K A T BST ,M A X X E It
T BA M
I K I X T I IV a O V !' I C K
XO. i COL LEG B ST It K ET.
lUBlasr; added s osurlMUties the 'l
Cylinder I'riiitiiiz S'rrss
tkat wo ovoid bay Ibr any mont-v g-.i u-
Tliree I'offer Presses,
nasbyaeMws, bessdee other pre--, v w. .-'i---prepared
theva ssrer t. esecute
r au sdid.
J'lain, in O'old or Colors,
Ve kataaslM largely to ear
F O A" T S O I' T Y I' K
b4 are caa3eat w osa suit all Customer'
with) a tnvls of woik.
GEO. W. A C a. BEXEIHCT,
Trie Press Ofics,
XEW I'HOTOGRAIMIIC GAI.I.ERl-
I WOULD reeMuaMly lafcrai the citiien-. i Lu
L liBXtaaaad vioiaity that hain; tak.n r.
over l.yataa's btore, corner of Church ar ' i -
Streei-. 1 tai loam preonued touke AMMion ri -awl
TllOTOG RJPHS ia the aaost pertc t ai..i -usrtory
asaBaeraad oa reasonable terms
Ambrotyne nnd Jlelainottpt'-
as good as the beet,
' o si :i .i c j: .v t s .
I'Ot'It VOll Jl.OO ORi'.'.SO Phil !
Iktznesrssstvaea. AatbroCypea. Paintin.-
Drawuua cooled neatly aad cheapl . Pici-
im ijocavia. ruse, sung. c
,14. no one to take clotures from m ro i
lose perfev-tlv satlsfled Whether isitors
tares taken or not. I shall at all times l-e h i .
" Iteapectfully. C. D. REA1.
BurUagtoa. Vt . Aug. Ji. di 1 1
l E NEUTERS.
VKhWARIof tea dollars tIO) ami the r--Mooxpen"e
incurreil, will be paid tu in; i
son for the apprehension aad delivery of a de n
to tbe llea-liinarti rs of the nearest Pr.jn e Mar-n i
Capt and Provost Marshal, Third lMntri. I
Burtingi'o. Aug. 21. ', l"u
I 'ctertni IZczintent.
To BB TALLBU THK
171li Vt. Wtcraii VoIimtt'CPs.
Uo4 F. V. Ra.no-ll tu hate onmii aml
.V.l the time in enlist a-l se ore the
pom ever offered t men
runt m xDRED and twi noi-
1' MRS boaaty aad twenty dollar-
te month will li paid to e-ch Volaatej-r wh.'
.;. ixoM - ttrnn of nine imnitli.- r
berS,.hr-rbi "'s-i:::, : r
lTddltin to J&W'tX. pe i r
moatb fcr elotbini, and thirty ceri i
ral10"; ra .u, of enlistment.
Resdeivous. .,!.. call u the R.. ru f.i -.
,n"Mi tk. Seciad ..r '
v'S . I r TtS btore. Barltugt.. Vt
loiletA to..Floarr :ANpRTll.
Uri..ly - '-i J avail ,
, InderUll aad Richmond. ijla
Milton aad Colcl.eter. Lieal "'T'"1
I Burlington, Lieut. A. rasnforth
I sept. 31th
t Fine bt.k of EnglWt.Swis aad Americai, j
A and . v.rW.h-s b,. Chwe-
UAII"s" Old Stars!. Chrreh St
V A R I ET V .
MilVIiKIl FI-SKS. Shot Bags, Water PresifCar
lJN ail WiVnche, rfW. Iv. ;
.nd siigle l.un rns. , lveO. Wn..! Kut.be
Hera, ami rV.- Hsn-ib- Hn'i "v I (. ,
p.'t's .' ch-iV -;. t!'; 'r'T.tt.?:'
Ik.i Collar, with IM'toa-1- '. I , ? , 1
iiAied, oi ill"'"
cheap, an 1 eai-a.i- a' '"'
MAUI'S Old Stand. bun ' Sti
irt Iaj ct