Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, June 3, 1836, Page 3

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated June 3, 1836 Page 3
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mm "I w American Hotel, BURLIXGTOX, VT. THE subscriber would inform the public, that he lias leaned this Eslab lisliment (recently kept r bv Messrs. Cady and 1 Doolittle) fur a term of years, and has filled it up in a stylo which ho trusts will both pleasetnd accommodate those who call on him. The plca6ntnesa of its situation ; (ho spaciousness and number of its apartmonts ; end the accommodation it is calculated to afford to o large or small number of guests, arc rarely exceeded by any Establishment of the hind in tho country ; and the Pro prietor flatters himself that, bystrict atten tion to tho wants of the travelling public, tie shall be able to render its internal con duct not Ices inviting than its external ap pcaranco and local situation. IRA SHATTUCK. Burlinglon Square, May, III36. A COMPLETE Stock or Gauze Lust, rinir and Satin R.ihhnna nf nil ,aM.lll.. and comprising very rare and desirable colors. Also Plaid and plain Gro da Nap Silks. Sewing Silk. Chlnchclla. Challv &. fpsola Shawls. 4 dor. French and Swiss worked CaDep and Collars from 25 etn. to 1. Thread Muslins, Bobb't Dlondo Edg ingsand Inserting, 4 4 French Prints and HI. ..It L- uiusiiiib, uy LEMUEL CURTIS &. CO. Juno 3, 1036. Xo mistake and just at I thought it would be. 1st June, 1836. REACTION AMD 0001)3 AS CHEAP A8 EVE. HOWARD of the Cheap Cash Store, has just returned again from New York with rather an unusually largo supply of Goods, which purchase was made, at not only lower prices than what goods were bought for a few weeks since, but a great portion of them at much less prices than ever purchased at before, and will now sell at corresponding cheap prices to all who wish to buy goods for cash. Not time to enumerate articles at present, but can say, the -assortment of rich, fashionable, fancy and staple Goods is unsurpassed by any other Block of Summer Goods he has ever before offered; and further, as his trade has so much increased, he will sell at retail to customers at wholesale prices. S. EARL HOWARD. SUGARS. it: BAGS Whito&nd Drown East India A " Sugar. 2 Hhds. Porto Rico Ho. for sale by 3J ay 30 HICKOK St CATLIX. Gcntlemens' Summer Hats. A CASES Super lined and trimmed gen. " tiemena' nats, z d June 3. : do. coarse leghorn. L. CURTIS & CO. Jewelry. R FITZGERALD invites all persons to call and examine his Summer stock of Jewelry &c. which he is now o pening and offers for sale low ron CASH, in Wainwright's building, Church-st. Burlington, June 1, 1836. Ow New Books. MEMOIRS of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States from its organization to tho present day. Bv Win. White. D.D. Bishop or the Protest ant Episcopal Church in the common wealth or Pennsylvania. Tho Churchman's Man. ual an exposition of the doctrines, ministry and worship or tho Episcopal Church. E piscopacy Examined and ro. examined. The Professional Years ofJohn Ilenrv Ho. hurt. D. D. Hint received and for sale by SMITH St HARRINGTON. June 3. Take Notice. ALL persons who are owing me by note or book account, will call and close the same and save cost immediately. LEMUEL CURTIS. 'uno3. A polios Burritt's Estate STATE OF VEBMOXT. District nf Chittenden, ss. Tha Hon irable the Probate Court for,llie District of Chittenden, to nil persons concerned in the state of Apollot Durntt, l.ue of llinetnurs.li, In said district dereated, GREETING. WHEREAS, die Executor of said deceased proposes to render an account of hit admin. ittralion, and present hit account against said estate for examination nnd allowance nt n session of the Courtof ProtMte 10 beholden nt Wllley't Inn in wniitlon on the 3d .Monday or June next. Therefore, you are notified to appear beforo said Court at the time and place aforesaid, and show came if any you have, why the account aforesaid should not bo allowed. Given under mv hand at Williiton this 30 ill dav of May, A. D. 1836. UbU, U. ,-UANSEIl, Keis'r. T ED, White and Black Merino Shawls JL1 of every dcicription quality and price from gl 25 to 17. just received by Li. liUK l IB 01 UU. June 3. The Variety Shop, At Burlington, Vermont, West side Church Street. ITE havo received large additions to our T Stock of GOLD and SILVER Watches, Chains, Keys, Pencils, Pins, ea Rings, Clock;, plated War, Brillania, Castors, brass nnd plated Candlesticks, Snuffers and Trays ; plated knob Lamps ; small go to bed Lamps, lamp Wicks and Glasses; baskets, bags nnd purses; milita ry goods, perfumery, hair oil, shaving soaps, razors, Irthor brushes, pots, &c.; fine rszor straps, fine cutlery, pen makers ; an elegant assortment ol fashionable stocks, collars and bosoms, acenrdeons, miioic box es, small organs, and all kinds of musics instruments : hair, tooth and all kinds ot brushes, vUiiing cards and cases, o great variety of sizes and colors; backgammon board, chessmen, plaving cards, qml!?, si ver and steel pens ; steel brass wood and whalebone busks, narrow whalebones, slay and boat lacings of cotton and silk, India rubber suspenders, patent and commiti elastic, thimbles, needles and pins, thcr mometcrs, rosewood dressing cases, worn boxes, portable desks, dressing cases fur trnvullors, manifold wnlers,malchos, pocket tinder boxes, dressing room mirrors, pocket and French mirrors, merchants' Toy?, paints, trusties, pencils and all articles in that line; pictures, varnish and whilcwood boxes, baskets Sic. for transferring, tine engravings and prints for framing, &c; miniaturu cases onu sittings, patois large and small low and high priced, dirks and clasp knives, largo and small telescopes or 'Spy Glasses,'; plaques of various patterns which are rapidly superceding waist buck' let, powder horns and flai-ks, shut bags table mats, slates, canes and umbrellas, to scthcr wiih a very lorcc and elegant col lection of fancy articles, some nf which will bo mora particularly enumerated at somi future time. To strangers veiling Bur lingtnn we would just say, that we havi an assortment, selected with great care which stands, wc believe, unrivalled in these parts; and those wishing for fine Watches, Jewelry, or any Goods wc sell, will savo both time and money by calling at the Va riety Shop, where Watches and Clocks are cleaned and repaired ; silver Spoons are made and constantly kept fur sale ; Brands and Stamps cut at short notice ; trunk and coffin Plate made when wanted. Panoeorn k Brinsmaid. June, 1836. Corn Brooms. rnn CORN BROOMS, for sale by J KJJ HICKOK &. CA TLIX. May 30. Paper Hangings. CASE uisortrd qualities, for snle by HICKOK St CA Tl. IX. May 30. New Fashions and New GOODS. JAS. XrUTORBXiXt, DRA PER. J1JYD TAILOR, HAS just returned from New York with a splendid assortment or the most Fashionable Goods worn ; among which are invisible Green, Dahlia, Violet, Mul berry, black, blue. brown, olive Broadcloths. Also a variety or Cassimeres and Summer Goods ; such as imitation rib'd Cassimcrc?, Hamilton's Stripes, linen and cotton Dril lings, Rouen Cassimeres, buffalo Cloth, &o. Milk and Marseilles Vcslings, new style; Stocks, Collars, Bosoms, Suspenders, and a choice assortment or ready made Cloth- inL- . uratincu lor past lavors he sollctlcs a continuance ol patronage, reminding the public of the principle upon which he is doing business, viz : that no gentleman is asked to take any garment unless suited ; whether it be ins own cloth or not. ETCutting done as usual, Burlington, May 24, 1C36. Gw ENTERTAINMENT. c ALVIN on Romans. Life of Calvin, by Theodore Beta. "The Pastor" just received by Smith & Harrington. June 3. Now and Cheap Goods, At Wholeiale and Retail. SIDNEY BARLOW, at the sign or the New Store, Pearl st. has just receiv ed a very heavy stock of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY if HARD WARE, which will be sold unusually low to raise cash, to pay his assessments to the Uolchester manufacturing company. Burlington, May 27, 1836. HE subscriber respectfully informs his Iricnria nnd the public that he has taken the houso on the corner of Church nd College streets, formerly occupied by I' Wainwriffht, and will use his best en deavors to render it acceptable as well to mo traveller ana man ol business, as to those who want board in a central nnd business pan of the town. Tho outbuild. ingsconnecied with this establishment arc well arranged, and tn good repair and the undersigned hopes, by prompt and unre mitted personal attention, to secure to It tho amount or patronage which Us location ought to command. fjonnecled with this establishment the subscriber will also keep a choice selection or Groceries Teas, Sugars, Spices, Pish, f'ruil, Uonfectionary. c which will be sou at tho lowest prices. JEREMIAH POTTER. Burlington, May 27, 1836. N. D, All persons bavins- unsettled accounts with the subscriber, connected. with his former bti. suiesa. lire earnestly icquetted to call and adjust uic .iimc whiioih aeiny. anon fieiiiemenit iruae long mendi, as Poor Richard tnjs. J. 1' Fine Salt. fA BARRELS Western, for sale by D V HICKOK St CA TL IX. May 28. N. H. Downs' VEGETABLE BALSAMIC ELIXIR, For coughs, cold;, catarrhs, cramp, asthma. consumptions, whooping cough, and all other diseases ot the chest and Litings ; a few bottles this invaluable, highly and re spectfully recommended Medicine, just re ccivcd and lor saio by JANES, b.MITU, dr. Co. Burlington, Juno I, 1836. The above medicine is also sold by A. S St D. G. Weller. Hincsbiirgh. tf Tho Cheapest Cash Store, NEARLY opposite S. E. Hownrdt, and one door north of Lemuel Curtis & Co. ' JOHN ABBOTT, ! of the late firms of Abbott, Wood 4 Company, and Wood & Abbott, is now receiving from New York an extensive ntiortment of GOODS suitable for the season, which he offers nt n tmall advance from die cost ; among which are superior black, blue, violet and invisible Green Broadcloths; ribb'd, strip'd and plain Cassimeres ; silk Velvet ; black eatin; Quilting and Mersailt Vesting, very superior ; a choice teleciiun of worsted Linen nnd Cotton Goods, for gentlement nnd bojs' summer wear; Irish Linen nnd Lawn ; linen Diaper; labia Linen; Mersnils toilet spreads ; crnsh linen and cotton satin Jeans; jaconctt Cambric;, coided Skirls; furniture Dimity and fringe fig'd and plain scarfs ; Mull, fine plaid nnd plain Jaconett and Book Muslin: fine linen lldkfs. and Cambrics I French Muslins; dark and light, plaid, light fancy. French, i.nj. ftnJ American rnmi ; darK anu liglii furniture Prints, French und American; plaid and tlnpe Gingham; uleacli'd nnd brown sheeting and thirtingt : Pongees, fine French and Eng. Bombs. net; tilK velvet : DiacK nnd while iiik II Dry Groceries. mllE subscribers havo on hand a great M. variety of superior Family Groceries, such as Teas. Sugars, Spices or all kinds Nuts, Fruits, &c. ic. which will be sold on tho most reasonable terms. LATHROP S: POTWIN, May 27, 1836. P. NEW GOODS. DOOLITTLE is now receiving his Spring supply or GOODS, com prising a general and well selected assort ment or Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery Sec, which will be sold at tho lowest prices May 19, 1836. Lamp Oil. 2 1111US. just received and Tor salo by P. DOOI.lTTt.K. May 19,1836. HE subscribers have received, during he list week, 10 Packages New HoUCrV I Clr.ril. of-vricictitir In n.it nf ( Iia C..t ! rim i n r. and Gloves; fine cotton, worsted, merino nnd linen L.,ii' . 1 6 gents', ladies' and chddrent' llosierv and Glovejt to. large assortment ot gents anu ladies' none IL,li. men ptalU ana tig 0, 01 every and gojtsKtn u loves; uiaiet-nna misses ininn gliade and quality ; satin fig'd, extra qual Rubber Aprons of superior tiie and quality ; silk hi., . .., i A i.n .n,l i.A M..b li.li.n ?JW!?"L and Jlue black Polt de Soi : bonnet sleeves ; Umbrellas. Parasols; gimp thread and nd RMons of every variety White Lead. 4 a CASKS No. 1. White Lead, for sale by HICKOK St CATLIJf. May 27. . Linseed Oil. en BARRELS. Tor sale by HICKOK Sl CA 77XV. Mav28. Wool Twine. 1BALE low priced Twine, suitable for wool growers. 2 Cables low priced Tobacco, suitable for the above named per- atna. fnr gala bv HICKOK &. CATLIJf. May 30. Drugs and Medicines. LATHROP ft POTWIN have receiv ed their Spring supply of Genuine Drugs and Medicines and are now offering tbem to the pnblic, at wholesale or retail, on tho most reasonable terms, j June 3.1 Lyman 8i Cole, HAVE received their Summer Goods, comprUing a very extensive assort ment of Riiilicocf, a great variety uf figtiro style and fabric from IS to 62 cU per yard; cambrics, plain, check and plaid; mull and Swiss tmHin? ; cross bar d plaid and birds, eve do. ginghams, checks, plaids Sic. hns erv, embroidered open work, and plain silk cotton do. Gloves, silk, kid, linen and Ber. Itn ; Suspenders, India rubber, web and kni! ; a general assortment of Silks, inclu. ding rich, heavy, plain, black, blue block, gro de Swiss, gro de Rhine and other silks; rich fig d bluu black do. belt ribbons to match; rich col'd grn de Naples, plain, fig'd nnd plaid: mix'd silk Camblets and Pongee; blue black and printed Sltnllya very rich ; black green and brown French Bombazine; Taffeta garniture, and cap ribbons; linen oliectin? 4.4 lo 10.4 wide; Irish linen; brown and black linen; table spreads, blchd and brown; birds eye napkins, linen damask; Russia Diaper and crasn; Hamilton stripe, mixture and roucn Cassimere; bed tick, double and sinsle width ; cotton drilling brown and bleach'd ; cotton sheeting and shirting do. carpeting, floor cloths and llin nn s: knittinr cotton and tliread. Gentlemen will find a great variety or Summer Cloths, including black, brown and several shades of green Brochella Prinectta. Eniinineite. London summe rloths. Sec. white and brown linen drilling Broadcloths, black, blue, green ana tancy colors: checkd. n aid and lancy striped do, Heavy black and blue black silK velvet tor vesting; white Mersails, fancy do. fig'd silk anil nthnr v,Rfinrr. Pedlars witl find a large assortment of low prie'd callicos; spool, skein and pound thread. Une entire case oi coat, vest ana pantaloon buttons. Hooks and eyes, sua penders &c. Burlington, May 26. blond Edgings; Lar-e;Quilli'ig and Inserting: white nnd hit d roneee: uandannas and lancv silk Hdkls fancy, nlaid und Italian silk Cravats: sewini silk. chally, Tibet and merino shawls ; a ricb assortment of scuini. nlaid and fancy tilk Hdkfs : alto a va riety of French worked lace and muslin Collars : green, black nnd white blond game Valet ; Silks; Mk. Gro de twist. Italian nnd Florentine j crdMl,, Hosiery and Gloves, extra quality: goat Florence: black, blue, green, purple, plaid sun! i.: .i . rl.t.: m. n.....i , -I.... I !....! IM,..,I.. . IJ.,.1, 1,1... l.larV ..A i.biiiuiibuib . aiaruia. M Uby. . t . i . : i .mainn... maroon and itreeii Poul de soie : fis'd. ' case sup nne irisii liiuens ana mien hii. ni,,k and watered satin : ereen. India, blk. bhcetmgs : heavy 9 B cotton do. superio Florentine nnd iunre: black, blue, pink, green aad quality and fabric; 10 biles sup. brown whiio Crapes; Velvet, Gauze, fig'd Gro de Nap ; Sheetings and Shirtings . 7 U, 4 4, Si 6 4 Tickings: wick Yarn, &c. die. NEW BONNETS. ONE case new stylo Gipsey Bonnets, a new and fashionable article just re ceived and for salo by LATHROP Si POTWIN. June 3. JUNE 3, 1836. A FEW more new Goods are opening by the subscribers, such as Ladies and Children's Oil Silk Aprons, an article sti perior to tho India Rubber Aprons. Ladies -mhroidered muslins do. Gentlemen's Sum mer Stocks. Boys fino cloth Caps, superior stylo ond quality. Boys gloves, white, m and nlnk firtur'd Satin, verv rich. A

fw heavy 11.4 and 12.4 Morsailes Quilts, nvih and rr adlcdo. Panor Hangings, Ac $c. LATHROP & POTWIN. More New Goods. T "I MUSLIATS Se SUMMER STUFFS- 1 case beautiful patterns printed Jaconetts: worsted Uhallys : 3 cases r rench and En Calicoes; 1 do superb style plaid Ginghams; worked oiusitn, uapes and uoiiars, new patterns; hern stitcti'd linen camb'c HdkTs New Groods AT THE tJI.ASS-PACTOUY STIinH. JANI'.S. SMITH S CO. have just rt ceived Troni Nuw Yurk a largo block of good, cntnprising ti cetiernl assortment of UUY UUODS, tJ nOCEHIES, CROCK ERY. HARDWARE. PROVISIONS. Sfr. which they ofl'or at a small udvnncu lor cash or country produce, farmers who with to cxcliango their prudncu fur yootlj, will do well lo L'ive tn u call, Cash paid for Butter, Clmerc and Eifgi. WM. A. BURNETT, Agent. Mav 19. Sold Out. THE subscriber having sold to Doctor Robert Moody his Hardware and Drue establishment, takes great pleasure in expres. sing1 lo his friends and customers his gratitude tor the patronage ho has received at their hands, and respectfully solicits trio continu ance of their support, to his successor, who.lio doubts not, wilt conduct tho establishment to their entire satisfaction. Ho would also say that ho will be ready to attend to the scltlemenl of the Books nnd Demands or the late firm o Wood ic Abbott, and alto his own books, thro' tho whole or next week ; after that time said demands will bo found at tho Office or Henry Loavenworth. Esq. where, if attonded to immediately, they may be settled without cost T. H. WUULi. Burlington, May 20, 1030, 5w WANTED IMMEDIATELY by the subscriber. 0 or 10. Journeymen Masons, at Stone and Brick laying, to wlitun Cash nnd a liir price will be naid. SAMUEL REED. Burlington, May 20, 1836. A"gTRAY CAME into the enclosure nf llm sub scriber, at Colchester Point n lew days since, a sorrel ninrri COLT, three years old, with a large switch tail, end llio mane inclining to the left side. The owner is requested to call for her immediately. GEO. N. SPKARS. Burlington, May 24. 1036. A JOURNEYMAN CABINET MA KER, wanted immediately bv ABBOTT At PANGBORN. Burlington, May 12, 1036. A SYSTEM of Universal History in perspective, accompanied by an Atlas exhibiting chronology in a picture of na tions and progressive Geography in a scrie of maps, designed for tchools and acade mics, liy Hmma wiilard, Principal ol lliu Troy Female Saminnry, Tor sale by fcMITII & tlARrmcTo.-t. Mav 17. CABPETIJVGS. fjp Bales comprising Ingrain Fiur, .Vjy Venetian Carpeting; also 4 and 5-4 Canton ilior Matting ; Brussels Rugs, Watts filC, by IjEMTJCt. UURTIS ol Co. May 27, 1H36. CLOVER SEED. BARRELS clover seed fur sale by May 11 HICKOK &- CATLIN. lOO Twist Combs SHELL, Horn or Silver, at the Variety Shop pANcnnn ct BntNSMAtn Uiew Goods. subscribers are now receiving a Spring end riitib subscribers sre now -- general assortment of Summer GOODS, among which will be found a good assortment of Silks, suitable for the season : Plaid Silks and Impressed Plaids, a new article for dresses ; Ladies Tuscan, Straw, and Grass Hats; Gentle men's Silk and Fur do.; a large assortment ol Prints, Sic. In short, they think their assortment win meet l lie wants ot their customers generally. Tho above goods will bo sold for cash or on short credit, s low as can bo purchased in Vermont. PRIDE AV HAWLBY. WillUton, May 12, 1836. plaid, rol'il and blk Taffi.: 'Ribbons, fancy,' plaid, waierci anu .ami ucu iviuuun, muih tm.ciuuK Basket, merino Bags and satchels, Tuscan imita- ion, cap and cottage crown, ace nnd r rencli 1 us can. Also a variety oi Mines uonnen. GROCERIES Susan, Moldnes, Teas of all inds. first duality Coffee, Chocolate, talralat. Ginger, Cinnamon, spices, col d speim Cundlet, lamp uii. c. c. The sBtucribcr. ernlelu to nit irienat anu ine public for their paironags hitherto, would now so licit I lie continuance oi H, promising ins ucu exer tions to give entire tatislaction. iuringron, may u, io- LATHROP ft POTWIX. May 27, 1836. China,Glass & Earthern Ware A FULL and complete assortment in all its varieties, by LATHROP POTWIX. May 27, 1830. New Milch Cow. rilHE subscriber wishes to purchase JL good Xtw Milch Cnto. Robert Moonr. Burlingloi, May 20, 1836. Confectionary. TEWARTS celebrated Confectionary for salo by LATHROP Sl POTWIX Mav 27. Mrs. M. Fraser WOULD inform the Ladies of Burlington and itt vicinity, that the has just returned from New York and brought with her the latest fashions for Ladies Dresses, flats, and Caps. She hat also fur sale plain and laca Tuscan, nnd English and oilier Straw Hats; all of the newest style ; fashion able Ribbons; artificial, and other trimming! for Halt and Uaps. DlacK and mine Whalebone; Wire ; Bobbinell ; Blond and Bobbinctt Quellingt and Edgings ; Figur'd and plain Silk and Satin for Halt ; fancy and tewing Silk, Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Scarlt, Zephyrs, Gloves, and many articles not enumerated an ol vtinch she will sell on rea sonable terms. Shop on Church-st. opposite 11. Durkcc's hotel. May 19, 1836. Wines, Teas, Sugars, &c. jp DOOLITTLE offers for sale Old Madeira, Sir.ilv do. I Muscat, WINES IY1 nrcniloO ! Port and Champaigne Hyson, Young Hyson, Hyson Skin, TEAS. Pouchong and Souchong Molasses, Lump and St. Croiic Sugar ; Lemons, Oranges, Raisins, Figs, Bar Soap, Tobacco, Segars, Sic. May 19. 1835. St. Johns Hotel & STAGE HOUSE, Continued by Mrs. WATSON., No ex ertion spared to merit a continuance of public patronage. Baggage carryed to and from the steam boats. St. Johns, slMay, 1836. Take Particular Notice. "TlHE subscriber has left all his notes and JL accounts with J. N. Pomeroy, Esq. for immediate collection. Those who make immediate payment will save cost. All persons indebted, are cautioned against making payment to any other person than Mr. Pomeroy, as he is my only authorized agent. TKlsTKAM UUiMiNtiK.. Burlington, May 9, 1 836. Sheetings, Cotton Yarn, &c - IIALbo uornwan and Lawrence Sheetings, lor sale cheap by the bale or piece. Also, u Dales anirtings do. 500 lbs. Uotton xarn, irom imo. o to tu. Lemuel Curtis Si Co. Burlington, May 20, 1836. NOTICE. BTHE subscriber having purchased the UL Slock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints and Dye Stuffs or Mr. Thomas H. Wood formerly Wood and Abbott! bczs to inform his friends and the public generally, that he expecta in a Tow days a large addition of tho above articles to the quantity now on hand. lib intimato acquaintance a a Physician in this depart ment, together with moderate prices, ho trusli will havo somo weight in inducing pur. chasers to givo him a share or custom. Phy sicians' prescriptions and family medicines, put up with the greatest care and neatness under hit personal inspection. KOIIEKT MOODY. Burlington, May, 1836. 3w NOTICE To the inhabitants of Burlington f Vidnity. npHE undersgned has rented the storo formerly occupied by Win. Wells, and the last year by David Irish, whero lie is now receiving from INew York a general assortment of DRY GOODS. WET nnd DRY GROCERIES. CROCKERY, GLASS and HARD WARE, which iiu will sell for ensh or most kinds of country produce as cheap as the cheapest. lie take; this opportunity to thank tho public fur iho general -support he has re ceived for the short time lie hits been in business, and ho hopes, by giving good bargains and paying strict attention to business, still to receive the en hip general support. SOLOMON WALKER. Uurlington, May m, iujo. BONNETS. PIM'C ...mn.l.tnn r.inn. P..IIjI. aUUd u,,iji tf cubi ungual. J Straws. 7 and 11 bruids do ; Fri'nch and Swiss Lnce ; Lnce and common Tus can; Grecian do: Misses Palmetto do. ; Misses Fine 11 brutds ; Missrs l urcsnanci Willow; by Lk.kcul Cuniisj& Co May 20, 1836. Shoes and Boots. LEMUEL CURTIS & CO. hove now n good ai;ortmcnt of Ladie; Engltili and French kid Slips; gaiter Bonis nnd walking Shoes; gcntlemens tutnmcr Boots; do. half Boots ; do. Pumps and walking Shoes. May 20. 1836. PRINTS. A beautiful assortment of 4 4 French Cambric Prints of the most desirable style, also French muslins Jackonetts Sic. 10 Cases comprising Dover, Merrimack and English Prints, for sale low by the piece by Lemueb Curtis & Co. May 26, 1836. PLASTER. 1 fin BARRELS, just received and for sale J.UU by V. DOOLITTLE. May 19, 1836. Notice. THE subscriber, having purchased t'io entire slock ol' Hardware and Saddlory or Mr. Thomas II. Wood formerly Wood,'.: Abbott solicits tho patronage of the fonnoi customers of tho cslablUhniPiit, and Ills puMi-j generally, and trusts, that by htrtct attention and moderate prices, hu will be able to per petuate the good standing the concern hn-' heretofore sustained. He is going to tin South immediately and hopes to return in few days with a full assortment, and to supply the public at wholesale snd retail with ourv article in the above department. ROBERT MOODY. Burlington, May, 18"6. l!w Waddington Superfine Flour. L((fi?eARRELS F,eSl' SUPer" 66 Barrels Fresh Fine. 46 do. do. Fine Middlings. Just received and for sale by JASON C. PE1RCE. St. Johns, May 9. 1836. Walk In. 171 C. LOOMIS, has this day received XU..at his Leather, Morecco Sf Finding Store, a largo assortment ot Sole Leather, from 16 to 22c. a pound ; Moroccos or all kinds, and Findings nf every description. Also, Boots and Shoes, Sir.,-, all of which will bo sold (as usual) as low for cash os can bn purchased in this tjiatc. jw Burlington, Ptarl-tt. May 20, 1C3. KERN & EVANS HAVE just received from New York, their sprinr supdIv of ponds, com prising a choice selection at CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTIXGS, TRM- May 20, 1836, LEMUEL CURTIS Si CO. have re ceived, in addition to their last weeks arrival, a choice selection of Broadcloths, or every color, quality and price, from 175 to $9 00.; ribb'd Buckskins; Cassimeres, mix'd Lastings ; Crape do.; Beavertcens ; 4 and 6 4 Tickings ; 5 8 and 12-4 linen Slinptinrs : Umbrellas, Parasols ; Bomba zines, ftom 50c. to $3; Glass Cloth ; linen, VUJWfUk,, Ub. Wlllbll Willi fcllOll ,1" I . - 1 If II l . LI I I. 1- stock, makes their assortment the best cambric and pongee Hdkls.; black, Italian offered.- And notwillistatid. nu nngu.. Ihov have ever ins tho present unparalleled hi"!) prices oi goods in market, our arrangements aro such that wc shall sttM be enabled to furnish our customers with very superior articles at a small advanco from tornicr prices tor prompt pay. and common Braces; 6 to 11-4 bro. linen Table Cloths ; do. bleach'd do ; worsted Damask col'd do : 100 pks. common Pins ; German dn; Hooks and Eyes ; cheap vest and coat Buttons ; corset Rings ; Tapes; cotton Threads; cheap Dress Ildkfs; Os- Wi will take the present occ.sioi. also.l brg, Ducks, Russia Sheetings, &c. to correct an erroneous impression, inai nr,j ATofhnniro Kink we sell only to those who employ us to Farmers and Mechanics tfank. m.tr ,hi. .,miu TMa in entirelv a milE Stockholders are hereby noiified mistake. Much as it mirht pratifv tis to dn A that an instalment of Ten Dollars, our friends iustico in the fit, as well as the per share, on the Capital Slock of the Bank fabric, we shall nevertheless be equally happy to furnish tho materials for thoso who may find it mote convenient lo employ oilier mechanics. Burlington, May C36. is required lo be paid at the Banking House in uurlington, on mo nrsiuay ui juiy uexi By order or the President and Direc tors' T. HOCKLEY, Caiaisr. April '.'O, 1836. llju BALES SHEETINGS, 3 do Cotton Balls, 2 do Wicking, 2 do Yarn. Just received and Tor sale by T. DOOLITTLE. May 19, 1836. For Spring and Summer. THE subscribers have opened and are now receiving a very extensive os. sorlment or STAPLE AXD FAXCY for tho Spring and summer trade, compris. ing black, blue, green, olivo, brown, Adeliah, mixed and mulbring Broad cloths ; black, blue, green, drab and mixed cassimeres; Padding, Duck Buckrams. Sil iscas; double and singleFoundations,Amer. ican bonk do.; Bonnet boards, wound wire, ginghams, calicoes, prints, French muslins, printod muslins. Challeyetts, cambrics. Ja. chonnetts; book, Swiss, and mull Muslin, fig'd, corded and plain muslins; black, blue, and blue black colored India sewings. Am. do. black ass'd and brown linen thread, Clark, and Taylor'- sup. sewing cotton, knitting cotton, white and mix'd, white blk, random mixed, corded, clocked and open work, cotton and silk hosiery, horse kin, kid, silk, cotton and linen gloves. Flagg and Pongee silk hdkfs ; white and plaid cotton and silk cravats. 3 4 5 Sc C.-l bleach'd cotton. 3 4 a & 6.4 brown do. 4 & 6.4 ticks; 3 4 6 7 St 8 4 blk, white, and red merino shawls. Leghorn and straw bonnets; French & Am. kid and morocco slips and garter boots ; walking shoes ; English and Am. Ingram?, carpeting, straw do. Ribbons, Hdkfr, shawls &c. 4-c. for sale low, bv D. W. INOERSOL Si CO. Church st. May 5. LOOK ! ONLY 2 1-2 cents per lihl for window sash where 50 windows aro told, nr 2 3-4 cents fur a lets number ; warrai.ted to be equal if not superior lo any niaituf.u:' lured by hand, fur sale by tho hubsenbor, north sido tho Court-hoti Square. WM. BLAKE. Burlington. May 10, I83G. Issil la House for Sale. I1F.1NG about lo leavo Burling ton, tlm subscriber nffi rs for sale his DWELLING HOUSE, situs, ted cn Church si root a few doors south of the square, Tho promises consist era dwelling house, ,vood !iou.c, a small gar den, an excellent and never failing well or ivatcr ; all in tho most perfect slain of repair, and for location not exceeded for convenience and beauty, by any place of moderate v.ilim in the Villago. Immediate possession yi veu and terms mado easy. Also, puw No. 15"in Iho whito Church. Also, a good florae. T. II. WOOD, Burlington, May 20, 1C36. Noah Chittenden's Estate. STATE OF VERMONT, ) District of Chittenden. s. The llonorablo tho Probuto Court for tho District of Cliillcnden, To all persons rnn. corned in tho Estate of Xnah Chittenden, late of.lcrico, in said District, deceased, Grketino. WHEREAS, the Administritnr on Ihn estate or said deceased proposes tn render an account of hU administration, and present his account against said estate lor ox. aminulinn and allowance at a fcssion of the Court of Probato, to be holden at J. A. Willcy's Inn in WillUlon on tho third Monday ofjunn nest. Therefore, You are hereby notified to ap. pear boforo mid Court at Iho lime and placu aforesaid, and shew cause, if any you have, why tho account aforesaid thoufd not bo allowed. Given under my hand at Williston this 18ih rUy or.Mav A. D. I03rt. OL0. II, MANSER, R'giU'r