Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, January 22, 1836, Page 3

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated January 22, 1836 Page 3
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Qj'lt yivurf us much pleusure to learn thai tho stock of the Colchester Manufacturing Co. is in good demand. Near ouu half of it is already sub-crilicil, n ml there is little doubt that the balance will bo promptly taken. 1'ioni t lie Bo.Mon Mcir.wlilo Journal. Lowell Minnifacturies. A l.tlc niimlor of llio Lowell Courier coni.ilncil a ( .tillable nilicla icl.iling to llic stiil'ulics of I.oucll. 'I'lio piuspcrily of lliii place ami lis r.ipiil incre.i'e hi iviiilih iuij piipuli. lion, ai c.aliiiu.n iincxsiinplcil in lummy. Ii is but n few je.iw s'uii'o lli.il p.ul of Clielni-furd, now railed Lowell, w.n titiiio-t di'slitule of houses mid inhabitants. In 1S20 ilui u hole population was nnli 200 ill hi' niiwnt nine tin; popui.iuon is .11 tlx puwnt nine tin: population is coinpmrii in in.uuu iubhim viiuil m i-iu.nuiU . maiiuf.u'uirie. in l.imrll win ; m ISl... I'"' jH p.ir.iliicly lillle nasi hoHeier, until 1S20, ..I.e., Mpis. I'm irk 'I'. J.icksun, iV.iili.in Apple. lon.nnil Kill Hoot of IJo.lon, cine. eel inlon iIcsIrii to foim u l.otnp.inv lui inu purpose 01 ih.iimii.iuiiu ing coiion mmii. ai tue pic-em mi 0 iiif iuiiuwiii- . lii 1 110 FIUIU Ol lilt: ju.iinii..v.ut .v. C.ipiial Slock uncMcd 7,050,000 Number ol" Mills elected Spindles in opposition Looms Kennies cmplojed Males , Yards nfrloib made prr week v.. ..i. r,.lmli m.iiln dpi" nnmiiii 129.S23 1,197 5,1 1G Si!)!s00 1 v!r-e r!m tl 1. ..f .nll.u, VI mil" lit nnr :innum 13,(i7,(i00 I UUIIUS III iuti" ----- , -oo Yards of coiion iljril ami printed pr. week 23-j.OOO Tons of Anilirnchu Co.il expended per an, 9,-Ui Burets of CI. u coal 500.000 Coids of wood per annum ; ,WU Gallons ol Oil Jl's-' A.n.nn ti-.i-raiif females Hear oriMild t? A iei.i"e amount nf.iaes paid pr inunll. S10G.0 00 Cou.uniplioaof Staicli perannnm 510,000 i i.i:,i,, i, ilinubine named Manul.ului ics, i.' ., :r.l the cMCii-iie I'ovviler Mi il 000 000. Ami ill the iinmeiii.iic viciu iy, ui.iss Wo.ks and a Furnace f.ippl.ng every Uesciiptmn of casting. Also, a Worsted M.ll fi.rmeily the Hnrd Woolen Mill, under ihedneciion of Mr. M. H. Simpson, oppcialcs 12000 imnMcs, employs 125 peiFon. cmUiraes l.OUO.OOOIbs of wool, and 11,230 soUoni of oil, per annuni. . , ', . The Locks and Canals' Machine .-hop, included among the 27 MilKe.in fuinli u.aHiineiy com nlele for a mill of 3000 spindle, m four inunihs ,r..mO..mi e, n, ,our """ ,, whSi Utiiil ud icbuild mill at iliat ii,n i i...i. I . ,m,i.i . .ire nhv.ixs "I eoiniii.inu,' ificfpiiicd. Will the members of the lluriiiiSton Fire Company bear in mind that the annual tneeling'takcs place on Wednesday next? Sue Advcrtisotnent. Snr.ur in Vi.umovi' The whole num ber of sheep taxed m the grand lift H 1 ,014.5 10. Rutland county has the largest number of any county in tli namely, 197.281. Addison county 1C.1 09.r., Wind sor "l54.2fi0. The amount of money at iiilcrcsl as exhibited In the grand list is t! 034,137 JinnU hlock taxed 081,731 dol'lars.-n t'lmiir.- 7);s(msin";"VViic.-The Thoniaslown '(Me.) Chronicle says llioro is a report that n schooner, belonging to Kennccbec, has arrived in Booth bay, and tiiat the crew and about nil the pasongeri, twenty-rigid in number were frozen lo deaih. Si.eiohRiug. Yesterday a horse ran up Broadway with a sleiffb attached lo him, and when coming to Walker street, a sleigh full of people was crossing, and on approaching them he made one bold leap nud went directly over the middle of the SleHi, taking with him the centre scat, the occupants of which either jumped or threw themselves back, and to the utter surprise oTall on board, as well as of the numerous beholders, not an individual was injured in the least The running horse pursued his coors-e. and was captured near Grand sweet. .Aiu of Commtnc. The Hon. Sam. Beard-ilry ol Ulica, ha been chosen Attorney General ol the slate & rV . A f oi nuw The Cincinnati papers announce the tloalh of General Jamks Fi.Mii.tv, alius residence in that city, on the nighi of Mon day the aClh of December aged sixty-five years. Sulivan. -Yesterday, Dmiel .Sullivan, convicted in the Court of Over and Termi ner, of manslaughter in the 2nd degree, in killing his wife Ellen on the I3lli SVptcm Imr ln"st. nficr an interesting address from His lion. Judge Edwards, was i-eutenced 7 years imprisonment in the Slate Prison al.j hard labor, as a punishment for Ins crime. (yOttr. V I.IKj. Ciiusct of the Indian Disturbance in Jlor ida Scat of the War. The Baltimore American gives some particulars contained in a letter from Talahassee. which come very opportunely at this moment; whilo those who ware preparing in the North to take up their winter quarters quietly at St. Augustine, are suddenly turned from their purpose by the disastrous intelligence just received from that home of the invalid. It appears the Scminoles. by the treaty of Way 9th 132, agreed to relinquish their present territory at Tampa Bay and at the end of 3 years lo retire to the prai ries of Arkansas. The 3 years expired in May last but as the Indians ehowed no dis position to move, it was judged expedient by the officers entrusted with their remov al to givo thcmO months longer to prepare for their journey. By the treaty the cattle and horses were to be surrendered and paid for. Accordingly ihe Indian agent adver tised tho Indinas to bring them in to be sold on the days of Dec. 1st and Dec. 15th Charles, tho head chief, assented to the measure but others determined to die arms in hand on tho soil of their forefathers. Hicks, the successor of Nairn Malhla, had been shot some time previous for too great subservience to the white men. Nino warriors now entered the council, and dis charged nine bullets in the heart of Charles, his successor, far the Eame cause. Louis, nppoinicu in ins piui-u, "wviiiiiiim i take no steps fur his removal. The sel-i tiers in that neighborhood uro chiefly IH Ol Oliier M. Whipple; ilie l.owell Bleacliprv ; I- an nel mitU; Caul and Whip I' aeioi y ; I'lan.n? A n chine; Keel Machine J liii-t an.l baiv .Uills-lo-i. ... ' !.;, ,,!,, ,1 MO hands, ami a capital of im- iiri l 1 1 1 1 " . lit rdtiiicn, whose cattle grazo in tho pine woods. Nunansville, where their women and children nro collected. '25 miles from Tnllahasso, on the mall rout thence to St Augustine, Canloment Rrook, or Camp King, whore 5 companies of U. S. troop are, not however 150 in nunibor, is CO miles south of tin?, near Orange Lake on the banks of tho Ohawaha, the principal tributary or the Sf Johns. Pcnsacola, where orders had been sent for reinforce menls, is 103 miles distant from this. - "" uiumuui s-, uru iiiuuiiioii aim urmen io mo tcetii. jjach bavin" a pair of ,,,,,i, , , , , ,' pistols and double birrell'd gun, and a rifle between every two. The horses are of various kinds, some prancing steeds, some email inuian ponoys or mules. The men are good marksmen, but lotally unacquain- I tCU Wit I manoeuvre? Mudlln ti'l furnish 200. Tho whole force mustered Will. It IS thiiltrrhl fimnnnl l Pflfl mm, Tim Seniinulcs reckon 5000 warriors, in c,U(J'n2 tIlc llcSrn mixtures. Ilcnling Room? wHhaul tonad or coal. There is nothing even in this day of in ventions with which we have been more pleased, than a ileal lutlo affair recently invented, and now fur sale in this city for healing rooms wil limit tho aid of wood or coal. The apparatus to which we -efer, consiiHof a lamp, a boiler, and a radiator or stove1 They are so constructed as to produce any required degree of'hcat, mere ly by burning the steam of rum, whisky, or any other ardent spirit. The steam is generated in the boiler by the heat of the lamp, and is forced through blow pipes in to the radiator or stove, where it heats a current of air which is made to pass thro' it. The boiler, tfith the pipes attached to it by the aid of a self-acting blow pipe, the power of which is one of the greatest known to art, is in this apparatus made lo ... ...,, . atmn&nhrp n cpll - "B io prmiuee great heat at a trifling ex- portable, and is indeed a very pretlv orna ment not unfit for a centre table. It occu pies not more than a square fool, & weighs about twenty pounds. A company has been formed for the manufacture of "these articles. We witnessed one of them a few days ago. The quantity of heat sent forth was attnnlshing. Thev arc accompanied wiui no aanger, We shall sneak nirain of this neat, ireful and economical invention. jY. Y. Trans. Oj"TIic members of Ihe IJuxF.r. Engine Co. are requested to meet at Howard's to morrow evening, at 0 o'clock, fur the trans action nf business, In Iltinlimjlonon llie Ilih insl Mrs Lucinda wife of jIr Ceoiije Small, aged 43, GEO. N. SPEAfltS rBlHNDKRS his complimeiits lo Ins old JL cu.-tomers and the public and rc-pect. fully informs them thai In; shall return lo Burlington about the middle of March, when he will be happy to attend to any orders in his line. .Vio York Jan. 1030. FTNUIA ItfJIilillR Al'RONS-Ladies' D. and Children's sizes; and India Rubber Cloth Over Shoes. Just rcceivi-d by LK. MITEL CURTIS. Burlington Jan. 2J, IU3G. STATU OF VERMONT ) Dislrict of Chillendi'ii ,-s. ( The Honorable the l'rnbale Court within -,Q l(, cri.dlor- ulhcrs cn1 d xj and for the District of Chtttenrlrn , Ulc Ci.late , ixiuda,, Allen lale of WillKion in said District, deceased. Whereas tho Atlmiuisirator di; bnnis non of said deceased, has made application lo this Court, to extend the tune IiiiiiIimI for making payment of the debts of said tie-cea-ed, twelve months from this date, and the 6 day of February next, being assign ed for a hearing in the promise, at I ho Office of thu Register of lhn Court, and it having been ordered that notice thereof be given, by publishing this decree three weeks successively in tho Free Press a news paper pruned at Jiurlington, before Ihe time fixed for iiearin". Therefore, you aro hereby notified, lo appear before said Court, at'lhe lime ami placo aforesaid, then and there, to make objection if any you have, to the said time of payment being further extended as a foresaid. Gicn under my hand at Williston this 101b dav of January A. D 1D;JC. GEO. Ii. MANSER, Itchier. Mulberry Seed. IEPA few pounds of tho genuine While Jlulborry Seed, warranted to be last year's gimvuj, lureaiu ui ims umce. MEDICAL COLLEGE OF THK U.VIVHIISITY OP V Ell MONT THE Lectures I o Medical Students in this institution will begin on the 9ih day of .Marcn, 183G, and conliiiuo fourleen weeks. Lectures on Naiural Philosophy and Chemistry will be given by Prof. G. W. JiKM-.mci ; on General mid Special Anatomy, on Physiology, on Pathological Anatomy and on Suriierv. bv Prof. K. R I'iiei.p ; on Theory and Practice of Medi cine, on .Materia Mndica and Phniinacy, and on Obsletricks, by Prof. Josupii Marsh. Fees for all the course orLeclurcs giO ; charge for contingent expense-- i2; gradu ation fee gl5. G. W. BENEDICT. Dean if the Medical Family. fc-The North Siai, Montpeher Watch man.Mnlono Palladium, Montreal Gazette Franklin Journal, Rutland Herald, Jien. nington Gazette, and llraltlebnro Phoenix, will give the above four insertions and send Uillsi io G. W. lir.t;nicr. LYMAN & COLE HAVE this day received a lew bales. aa I' .'A .n nn nv.s ..r .,, quality. liucl;sUiii iMiltups nml Moccasins, Wadding, JWorroceo nhucs, Kid taudals, Turlington Jan. '3G. V llOSV UOTUS of the ursscnt Vol. of .AM) L.tlllCs' AMU MIT! Devoted lo Ihe disicminnlion if Usrful A'niiwlcdgc. llislor'ual, liiwfraphiail and J'iciiliouo Ivrilnv'S, la Aimis, Jiloral Readings Sentiment, Urit, and Poetry. WITH ri.ATKS. Eight quarto pages, at $1, in advance. The present Proprietors of tho Gem ond Ladles' slmukl have procured new type, and design lo innkc the cighlh volume slill more worthy the palronago of those who have so long sustained it. Without ma king any very high pretensions, wo shall endeavor lo offer sufficient inducements to htornry men in t Ii is region of country, to make our columns, in part at least, the medium of their communications lo the public, at the same time that, a fostering earc will be extended to youthful and na tive genius. If no more successful than our predecessors, we shall bo able, as they have b?cn, to occupy a reasonable propor tion of each number with original matter. In making selection, wo shall aim al culling the chnicrst nernassian flowers from modern writers and standard works, as well as pieces in prose of a useful and en tertaining character. One point we wish to havo distinctly understood! Njithing ol a sectarian or controversial kind will find admittance so far as ordinary care can guurd against it. Each number shall con tain at least one story or lale, and in this department we shall generally havo regard to a good prnctical moral, as well as exci. sing incidents. As to the permanency of the work we have no fears. There are paying subscri bers enough to support it, and we have had too much experience) in such inatteri to drain off our life blood by sending Ion" to those who never pay Tho terms will be the same as for the last volume One dollar to mail subscribers, One dollar fifij cents to those in the city who have it icfl at their doors in advance. Any person who may obtain five subscri bers, and remit five dollars, in odvancs free of postage, shall receive six capics, Any person who shall remit us ten Hol lars, in advance, free of postage, shall re ceive twelve copies and one bound volume at tho ond of thu year. No subscriptions received for less than ouo year. The volumno will commence with the 2d Saturday in January, l".iG, and contain 2G numbers, !J pages each, including title page and index. SIIEPARD& STRONG. SCREWS, -BUTTS LOCKS Door Handles, in "reat variety and large quantities, for halo low, wholesale and retail. WOOD & ABBOTT. Sace Your Swingle Tow. quantity wauled immediately, uebk bv AunofT Wood Si Co. TO THE rooms over our Siore formerly oc cupied by J. Maeck Esq. Dec 25. LYMAN fli GULilJ. TALES of the PEERAGE and the PEASANTRY. Edited by Lady aDcre, 2 volumes. For sale by Sept 33 Smith & U xr.muxoMfe. COTjCIIESTK II M ANIJPACTUKING COMPANY. BY an aei ..I llie Legislature of the Sute ol Ve'iiiniii. passed at Ihe last session thereof, Ezra MecHi, Jabez Penni man. Samuel ilickok. E. T. Englesbv, Alvan Fonlo, Sidney Barlow, and Sion E. Howard, and iheir associates, were incor porated for the purpose of manufacturing Cotton and Woollen Goods within the County of Chillenden. The said corpora lion have fixed the capital slock of said Company for the lime being at $73,000. and have divided the same into 750 shares of S 1 00 each. The undersigned, appointed a commillce lo obtain subscriptions lo the capital slock of said company ugreeable to the by-laws thereof, hereby give nclice that they havo opened a book for receiving subscriptions lo said stock, and that any person desiring io sub.-enbe lo ihe same may have an op ponunity lo do so, by calling on Samuel Hirkok, al the store of Hickuk & Catlin. Hi Burlington, where the book for that purpo.-o will be kept open until all of taid shares aro taken, The persons mcorpo rated above, have not procured said act of incorporaiion for their own exclusive ben efit, but from a belief that such an invest ment of capital is neccssarv lo place the agrioul'tiral interest of the County of Chit tenden on a par with other counties of the ttate where manufactories have been cslalr li-hed, and from a persuasion that such an investment would be equally safe nnd more productive than the slock of any Bank wiHim ibis Stale, ond add a proportionate value lo every acre of land within thu County. The' principal cause of tho de pression oflhc agricultural interest in this section of tho hints is. that no portion of our citizens aro Mric.ly consumers ol agri cultural protlucts all are growers; of course there is no sufficient market for a considerable class of theso products, which in nlhcr parts of llie country afford lo the farmer a great source of profii. To eslab lish and put into successful operation the above branches of manufactures requires a large amount of capital, such ns is not within tho power of any small number of individuals in this county to furnish, such an amount ns can only be raised by thu united contribution:) of all who can spare thcsumofiOO from their ordinary busi ness. And as the limners of our county have now an opportunity not only to make a safe and profitable investment of their money, but to add to the value of their farms, it is expected with confidence that I hey will liberally aid in this undertaking, and that every citizen of the county will perceive I fmt Ins own interest and the in terest of the county will be promoled by hi cn-operntmn, SAMUEL IIICKOK, ) r. S. E. HOWARD, CT SIDNEY BARLOW, yn"'ce Uurl'iugUm, Jan. lit h. 'M. GROUND PLASTER. 1 ons, which will bo sold us low packed in Sound Barruls. as can bu purchased of our neighbors in bulk, no charge for Canks. Juii, 7. Hicuok & Catlln. 10,000 Whlto Oak Staves. 5000 Asl1 do' Apply to, IhcitoK & Cati.is. Jan. 7. 3000 lb Clover Seed for sale uy Jan. 7. Hickok & Catmv.

For Sale. J or 3 Single Sleighs, by Morse & Lownr. Painters of Sleighs. &c. C. St. Jan 7. Cash! Cash! WE wish you; if you owe us, to call & settb immediately. We want Mo ney and must have it. PaNGHOHN &. Br.lMSMAJU. January. 7. ATKINSON'S DEPILITORY for re moving hair Irom the face, neck and arms of Ladies, without injury to the skin. Atkinson's Curling Fluid, which will keep the hair in curl whilst dancing or in damp wcalhor. Imperial Dye for changing hair to brown or black. Oils and other propo rtions, to make tho hair grow on bald heads: to produce eye brows and whiskers. Milk of Roses for removing freckles and tan, and to prevent the face from being rough. For sale at the Variety Shop, by Panguorp & BniNsMAin. Bank Stock For Sale. TWENTY SHARES of the Capital Stock of the Bank of Uurlinglon, be longing to the estate of the late Nathaniel Nuwcl, will be sold at public auction, at Howard's Hotel, on Monday the 4th day of January next, at 2 o'clock P. M. EZRA MUlMJH, Administrator, Slielbtirnc, Dec. 19th 1035. Window Glass. Z.ilflk Hnxes Glass, 3 qualities to wit: ft W 1st Lake Duninoro 2nd Salisbury 3d Argqle. Various sizes, manufactured at Salisbury Vt. iust received bv mi".-. r xff T f.'l' n " l J.J'. 11 . IJ. O I llUll U. Burlington Dec. IClh 1(135. TOBACCO SNUFF. J- ORILLARD'S Macaboy and Scotch Siiufi'. do Chcwmg and Smoking To baeco at Factory Prices. T. F. & W. L. STRONG. Iron, Nails, Steel. TONS, manufactured Iron con sisting of a complete assortment of Round and Square, Band and Hoop, Shoe Shape, iSjc. Tons Foreign Iron, such as English 3 20 tire, all sizes', Swcndes, Russia. Old and New Sable, Russia nail Rods, Braquins Rods. 500 Setts waggon, cart, carriage & coach Boxes. Hollow ware, of every de scription. 10,000 Pounds German, Spring Swccds. Cast and English blistered Steel, 50 Tons Cut Nails assorted from 3 to CO. Potash ond Cauldron Ketteles, Cost Iron Ploughs. . Brass Kettles &c. &c. which make a complete assortment of Ironmongery and which will be sold on as favorable terms as can be obtained at any estab lishment hi the Stale. Dec. tC. IC35. T. K. fiW. L. STRONG. FRESH GOODS. rTALL H s I KA lifts, havo just relumed JLJ from New York with a Fresh supply of Winter IjooUs, wliicli tlicy will sell low lor cash, as they were recently purchased at re duced prices. Wo invito purchasers lo call and cxainino our extensive assortmont of Fashionable, Dry Coods; consisting in part of French Mamio, plain and figurud Cir cassians, Bomb-izetls, a large assortment of Dark Prints; plain figured, and plain Silks of all colors and qualities, plain and figured Sal. ins, French Bombazini!, buck Beaver, & red Gloves, Ladies lined Gloves, mareno and cot Ion Hosiery, blaek and red Marcno Shawls, chally and imitation Shawls anu Handkcr chiefs, taffeta Satin, Lulcstriii and Gango Ribbons, silk Velvets, bombazine and satin Stocks. An assoitmeut of Clolhs Cassimers and Veslings, C, ti8, 1.4 linen Diapers 4 1.4 Irish Linens, eoloored Cambrics. Lace and Engins Ladies down sleeves, cotton Wadding, Wicking elc. Church si. Dee. 21. 1!335. Lint Seed Oil, For sale by T. F & W. L, STRONG, Deo. 1C, 1335. Grroccrics. GO Chests, Hyson, Hyson Skin, Young llyson and houchong Teas. Sugars, Spices, Tobacco, Rico, Molasses, Liquors. Wines, Herrings Raisins, Starch, Indigo, Sal-uiratus. Ginger, dried. Currants, Almonds, Filberts, lirazill nuts. etc. etc, For sale cheap, by T. F. St W. L. STOjYG. Dec. 10, 1835. NOTICE DTI UK Lessees and ilobtorsjof tho town of -JL Burlington will take notico that their rents and interest will become due on first day of January next. Punctual payment is expec ted. without further notice. NATHAN B. HASWELL. Burlington, Dec. 17, 1C35. Treasurer. Wanted. A LAD of about ICyoars of ago, who has been in a sloro sufficiently to bo already well acquainted with business may una a situ ation advantageously calculated for coniple ting his mercantilo education, by applying to S. U. I1UWAIIU. Burlington, Dec. 17, 1C35. Lyman & Cole Havo now a few doz. of extra sea Ot. ler, Seal and imitation Fur Cups; & also mens hair Seal Cups, largobizes. Asiiiull quantity uf spruco Shingles. Burlington Dec 25. 1(135 4 N elegant assortment of Diamond, Jet, x. Pearl, Topaz., Emerald, Amethyst Cornelian, Gold and olhi'r fine P I N S nUUACHES and RIXOS, just received ui uio variety Hiiop. I'.l.NUllOU.N & BlU.VSM.Wl). DISSOLUTION. TinUE Copartner-hip heretofore existing JL belwcru the siibsciibors under ihe firm of II. W. Potwin & Co. is this day dis solved by mutual agreement. II. W. POTWIN. Jan. 7. '30. J. S. POT WIN. N. B. All notes and accunuls due the latu firm will bo adjusted at the old stand where tho subscribers have commenced bu siness under the firm of liATitnup&Poi win, GIDEON LATHROP II. W. POTWIN. TUS'P received, by stage, somo Watches, tj? and very extra plated Spoons; also, silk l!,jot Lacings, and steel shoo Ornainciils, All who wish for a good article of plated Spoons, can be accommodated at tho Variety Shop, by .''axriioiin Brinsmaiii. NOTICE. nnilE subsciihcr having closed his incrcan JL llln business, rcntiests nil persons' in debted to him on boot- to cclllo by tho first of January, and all whoso .notes are now due lo pay them immediately. Thuso who neglect Ibis cull will find their notes and accoun's with an attorney for collection. IJec. 15. 18J5. Jj. liUUAIlS. )NE Case new patterned fur lined Shoes 1 '' Itob Roy Shawls. Just re ceived by H. VV. POTWIN i CO. Dec. II. 1(135. OIL. LAMP Oil ot a good quality for sain at HOWARDS. Dec. 10, 1035 Worsted blond Lace. Large quantity just received at S&l HOWARDS. A Dec. 10.183511 Tons oftvhite western Plaster, UI 0 ground and in bulk. 30 Pons of Novascntia do in Bulk. For sale cheap for cash, by FOLLETT & I3RADLEYS. Dec. 0, 1835. Farmers can supply themselves bv find ing their own casks, which will be a saving nf 2 per ton. December 11, 1835. pKCl'IVED a ncnv ripply of Fancy a7& Goods, such ns. Embroidered Thihr" Cashmere and chally Shawls; Splendid Figured Bnnticlt Sat tins; Brown and Ma roon cold French Merinos; Merino Shawls: Salisbury Flannels; India" Rubbor Aprr.ns; merino t rimmings; lionnctt and Cap Rib buns, by LEMUEL CURTIS. Uurlinglon. ' UTHEIt LOOM IS has just received and offers for saloni hi" store in E-sex. a large assortment of G O O D S. Th'n-e wishing to purchase may save both tune and money by giving him n call, as thi goods' will be sold uncommonly Cheap November 4, I8J5. Champlain Transportation Co. The stockholders of the Champlain Tiaiih- portalion Company aro hereby notified, that tho annual meeting for tho purpose of choes. ing Ditectots for tho ensuing vcar, will bu holdeu at tho Hotel of John Howard in Bur lington, on Thursday tho Till January A. D, 1SJ3G, al ono o'clock P. M. By order of I ho Directors, P. DOOLITTLE, Clerk. Burlington 21st Dec. 1835. DTI l'S OF POMP Ml By tho author of Pclham, Eugene ram, England and the English, &c. For 8alcby Smith & II uiiumitos. t (rrunvCORN BROOMS, just left 3t for galc at HOWARD'S. Nov. 17, '35. PjpUlK highest price in Cash will be paid JL for Sheep's Pelts, by W. R. VILAS. Pearl st., Burlington, Sent. 11. 1835. Important Information ! to rr.r.soNs Ai fLU'Tini with niu ioulowing CriMl'LMSTS, S C ItOFU L A, s c it a v r. y, Festering Eiuptions, Pimpled Faces Sors Eyes Soro Legs, Scald Heads Ulcers Vennrcal Taints-, Leprosy Salt KliiMim Si, Anthony's Fire, Key. Sores, oven when tho biines are affected While Swellings Violent Eruptions af ter inoazles. when mere, has failed and all disorders arising from an impure ttatc of thu Blood and Huniurs ma assured that Dii nr. I, FES continue unrivalled I'ur tho Prcvuntiuii, Kt-lir and Cuto of thi'scromplauils. In proof of wlncli reail tlie lollotwug : U Uimttrfcabletcureiof a catc of 12 years .....j.- r...Tf..-:'r'i u.. aiuft,t(r,. liA.idbu, u lail ..'ii - .,y 11'J U'liir-h liffnrn rllflTnt InIrHil.n n Imnin,, l,,nl, is no w' entirelyj'hcalidVu'p, (after resisting every other appliuationffor, 12 years!) Pre vious to taking ydurRelfo' llntanical Drops, I had given up all liogjTof relief. Jlnodi'r Cute. An ngnul writes "Thoro is a person takiugjthojJJotnnital Drops, m-i-denliy with the groatest advantage" Hede. elates, lo uso hisovvn words, " It is doing wonders for him," a'ndftns it wore, 'suatchin" nun Irom tlio grave Numerous instances have occurred where persons wero pining away n miserable exist ence, nothing Ihcy could procure affording them a permanent ruhef, until they had made use ol llio above invaluablo .Medicine. Thuy are alto llio best spring and autumnal pliysic. I'rico .Jl.or Ii hollies lor hvu dollars, uumvhics' iifciieiiY ion One of tho most thorough remedies known for this troublesoniu coniplu.nt. It has moro perfectly answered the purposo for which it is intended than any other now in common ase, and affords immediate and permanent re. litf, both from tho disorder iltolf, and ils accompanying symloms ol juiin in the loins verligo, hcadachjass if ajipctilciiidigcstion, and other marks of debility. U"I'riee$l fur both articles Ointment & Electury or 50 cents when but ouo only is wanted. For Comforters, J UST Ittceivcd at Howards 15001b. Oood ('ntuinon Cotton Batting. Rcc. lTth. !!Jj, A 13 "ST Irfiniit Oiler Cups, Seal t-hit) Caps, lit fl-tho Variety hh"i. PtYGUOR.Y If nill.YSMAJD. Dec. 25. 1835. JVew Firm. 'p II E subscribers having Inrmcd a c J. pariiii'r.-hip in business in thu name nnd gt tb nf and having purchased thu entire slock of goods nf li. W. Potwin & Co.. will con tinue the murcanlilu business nt the old stand rcecnlly occupied by ihcm in all s various branches. Having made arrangements to rrccivc supplies of goods at all limes of the season carefully selected ed by one of the linn, they intend that iheir store shall nt all limes be stocked with Ihe chulccsl selections-nf rich, fashionable, fann and staple Ditv (ioous the market affords. They have n full and complete assort rneut of family Groceries, such as Imperial, Old and Young Hy-on, Hymn Skin, P nichong, Souchong nnd Bohcn Ti.as loaf, lump and brown Sl"ri;hs; Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Cloves, Mace, Nutmegs. Salmrutus, Cur rents, Prunes, Citrons, Box and Keg Rai sins, &c. They have also in conncclion ono of the first Drugg &. Medical establishments in this part of the country, to whichJdrparN inent tho most particular attention will at all times bu given. Phisicians may at all times bo supplied with any article in the above line on the most reasonable terms. Gidkon LM-nnop, II. W. Potwi.v. Burlington. Jan. 15. 1 030. rjniir, members of llio Burlington Firo annual meeting ofsaid Company will be hold, cn at J. Howard's Hotel, on tho fourth Wed nesday, the 27ttl H.1V nPM.Itillfirt' inel.nl seven o'clock in tho afternoon, for the pur pose 01 cnoosing ten Wardens, a Clerk and Trnn km rpr. nml Cnp Irqn.anlmn oil I....: ti.ii.ub UU11-, UUP1" ness required by the chatter and laws of said The TrtiKlens rn-nrrfitiilfiti, ilir. mnmt.i..a r the Company, and of Ihu sevoial Engine Com- I'uuii-s, anu Lnu iiuusuiiDioors oi mo village, that, during the past j'fi.ir. not a single buifd in,' lias been dcslroved bv firn. u'iililn tl.o llm. its of the Company. The cry of firu hai several limes been hoard on cur streets, but Ihe nrotntit alleiiflani'ii uf nnr Twm,. nn,. panics, and Ihe viilnifr ol'tlns company and of our ctliZPiisM-ctiLr:illy, havo o.tinuishcd tlia"lilllc in.iltcr"hL'fort!"airrcat liie hud been kindled."' All thn nbirnis nl' llm I, .., have h';ard, the past year hive enmiiioiiccd and continued with "innrn sini.I.- il,.,,. r.r ' and ended as they should do, a mere cxcile- I11UIH, S'nen llip Inst nrinnnl monlmn. n,..nL. of subscribers havo been added, "as members lo nils company, ami several liberal donations have been received from benevolent individtf al. .Moro than $.'00 has been raised by vol notary subscripliun lo construct cisterns and Wcl Is. fur till! 11(1 nf tills r-mnniwn, niwl ll, accommodation of the pubhrk. a part of which t i i. -i , .1 lias .tiruniiy ueen cvpi'iiueii lur llie-e urposi's, TJicrcrenl nnlinnal fiilarmii' hv H... . il,n city ol'.X, York, whore CT4 lencmunls and iiu,iuiiy io inu vaiue oi i-i million.-, ol dollars Wt'fC CUItStltnefl. Ill lllf! slinrl sint nTI r. 1.,,,. SIIOr,l:S Vr.llllllf, rirnlllinti Inn.tn... n.l . 1'"- "i"u luvrwj lUIIUUllllJ miml.and warns the most unwary to take caro Tim Trllsli'nn flnptn it nnt n trnfri, t,nn in nt tribute the quiet eniovmunt nf the firesides nf mny ni our citizens in too well organization of our Engine companies and tlio viilcneu uf tins company, but much remains yet lo bo mine, i lino ,nr now niiiv uu ini inlinry n I hi sci.mpany, while there are about 300 Iioiim - iiuiuits in i iiu vhi.i'ju' 1110 company need fund, but thev need the aid of individual ev- crtious, as well as funds. A cause so trcncr.il deserves goneiul encniinigciiii'rit; ami the Trustees airain call upno tivery housclinldcr in the village lo attend the meeting and join Ihecompany Burlington expects every man will do his duly. By order of iho Wardens LYMAN fJU.MMIXG.-S, Clerk: January .J, lfJ3t!. Vonnont Conlral Railiload. raIlE uudersiL'iiud i nuiunssioners uf ihe Jk. Vermoiil Central Bail Il'-atl Companv, will meet al tin; lun of .Million Coitrill. i'n Monipi'hcr. on the Clh day of Jauujrv next, 2oVloi I;, P. M. The bnnl.s for sub.-eriplinn lo the capital stork of said Comnanv will !, opened at thu same placo on llio Tib day of January ncM. at '2 u lock, 1'. M. and at -ueh other places on llie Monday following as the coinnii-sioiiers liny al tint timo see lit to direct. Decembers, 1U35. John N. Pout r.nr. Tisiotiiv 1'oLLiir John I'fci;, Iiurliugton LcniFa LonMi?, icriiFit l.on.Mi?, r 1 1 N Si'UI.liio, J Uio : IIliii'.vkii, . P. Miiikr. ) John Si Ti.mo : .Montpelier. J. AlH'l.ii's IiL'.ui!. Chelsea. Ciic-tfi; Bwitr, Shi: 'on, Lewis Llm an, llatlfoici. T"The books ol subscripuon to tn, ahnye stock will be onc.icd at the Bank ol .Mont poher on and lur sixly days alier Munda Ihe 10:!i m-t. Imin 10 o'clock. A. M. lo 1 o'clock P. M. and at the I'jrnier's nnd Mechanics' Bank in Burlingiop, nt tho Bank uf Orange County, Chelsea at C. Bailor's store in Sharon, and at Lewis Lmau's store in Hartford, during Km same period and the same hours ol'tlie day. January fl 1!!J0 i; j'kr-Kk D31IIE Place known by iho 'ialno of the Eldndge Place. iIII'lW c""ll"ni forty acres of goud SH'nSSii valuable hind, has on it a large two tuny House, two good b.uns. n cow hniisf, a corn hniise. and other nut Imtiscs both necessary nnd convenient. This pluco is wellicalculalcd for a tavern ilatid, situ ti'd onitliefTnain road from Burlington to Wilhstorpand about two miles from iho College. Tho locality and situation of the place, render it a desirable stand for any, one who may wish to purchase. The terms shall be innde known by calling on. thesub-criber, WILLIAM WHITE. Burlincton, Jan. lith, "30. 100 Plain nnd double milled Blankets for sale bv IIAI.I Sc ST:.'I RJYS rjIIE Sub-criber. having piircuased thu .S. EnlireSinck nf Conds belnngiti" tu lale firm of Ham. & Stkarms, will coi linuo the Business 111 nil ils branches, at Hie former Sloro, whero ho Solicr.i tho, 'Raironagii nf lurmer Cii-ipmers, and Pur charury Lenvrally. Ptcan call and osam Church, St Jan. 4, ISUii. V