Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, December 16, 1836, Page 3

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated December 16, 1836 Page 3
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in our Indian afluiri generally, will fully tppear by referring In the accompanying papers. V u h.ttit dwelling on tlx; tiuincr mis nml important topics embraced in llirni. I njraiti invilo your attention In llio impor tance of prividing n well digoslci! and com prchnnsivo system fur Ilia prntrctinn, su pnrvision, ami improvement (if I In; vnrion-i tribes now planted in the Indian count ry . The suggestions submitted by llio Com mNsinncr of Indian nflf.iirs. and enrnrcod by the secretary on Ibis subject, and also in regard In 1 ho establishment of addition al military posts tn t lie Indian country, arc entitled to your prnlnnnd en is iilerntinn. Both measures ore necessary fur llin pur. po.c o!' protecting llio IntliatiH from intcs tlnn war, and in oilier respects comply ing wit li our engagements to them, and ol securing our western frontier against in cursions whicli otherwise will a'nredly be 'mailt: on it. Tin; hi'M hhpe- of liiunnnity. in regard Intho aboriginal race, tin; wolliire of our rapidly eMending settlement, and tliu honor of I In; United Stales, arc all deeply involved in the relntinus existing between this Government atnl the rmip ra ting tribes. I trust, therefore, that the various matters submitted in the occritnpa nying documents, in.rcspecl to thlun rela. Tions, will receive ynilr early nml mature doirbcratli'li ; "nnd'tlinl it may i-soic in the ' adoption of legislative inpnsiirrs adapted r to the circumstances and duties of the pres. cnl cri-i- Vnii me irfeiird lo 1 tic ippoit of the Sprretary of the N. ivy for ii a tii.f.ietni v t iew of die opei.uiiiin of the ilep.iiitiipnt inidtT hi i li.tigc, dm oitf die pips enl venr. In the c.iii.titicii.in ul teaaela in ilie dif. fetcnl navy viiida, ami in the einitinincnl tif our aliip. :oid .tpiadiniia in apa, thai brunch of die aer. .viteh-ts liprn iiciivrlv mid n-i fully employed. While dip shimiinii of niir coniiiieiei.il iiitprpoa in dip Weal I ihIioh rttpihpd n g p.itcr numtirr lli.in us u.il of mined vessel, to be kept onili.it at.uiuii, it if giaiifvinir. In ie.ceivp lliiil die iiiiiectitn due to our comineice in oilier qiMiteia nf die u'nrli. h-n mil iinvp,l msitlhcieitt. Evci pfleri h.ia been nwle In f.irilioilc ilie (iiSimriil of llin exploi in; expe diiiim niiiliinied liy iln-.ict of the l.iat se'aioii, but :itl I lie inen.iiniions iifcei.irv lo entitle II ior.nl Iihi mil yel Iicpii rotnplpieil. No ine.tiH Will lie ap.npd !iv ilie Govpi niio-iii In ill mil ihe pxipilitinn on ii ac.ile coneapniiilin;! Willi nip llliprul upprnpi-i ntion f ir I tie ioip,np, nml with iIip plpvntpd tlur aciprnf die tiliipliis which me In he eft", nril hv it I bee Ip.ivp to leiifMV die rpniiiiinpnd.il inn oi.iiIp in mv l.i'l ;oiiiii.iI mpaa KTp.rpfpprliiis itip. piihatnipnl i.rihitu in uiir'ii.ivnl aPivice, und in luge iiprm your .nipniiun ilie nreitiy of flintier nppitipi i nion lo tnrip.isp i lie iitniitiri- niplitp iinmit. hikI lo enl.irse BPiipr.illy (lie iMpni'iiv "ml flint of lie nnv. The mrtp.ifp nf oin I'oiiiniPi cp. nml oto pnitiou in ip piitil in iIip oilipr p.otPir nf I tie win 1,1, wilt nltvny m.ikp'ii nni' poiirv nil, I iii'i'MVt inclieiiMi II, e !;ic,il n.iint ipcninris nf mir ri nnirv. Tlip ippori of itif l'iiiin.ipr GpiipiiiI pipfpiii n ctutilttn nipitiif tifllii' riin.liiinii nrilie I o-l Ol ire lpp ihiiimii. Ti iptpiiiip- f.tr dip M'l.r riidin (lie 30ili nf Jimp I ifl. pip S3,: 0S.45.J 19, i-hon- inj; mi int'ip.i-p f iPirnup mrr ili.il nf i tie pieee I in? p.ir nf 40 l.S7.t 53, or imnetli.in 13 per rpnl Ti e rxrendituii'ii lor ilie (iiiiip r.ir wpip S2.733 72S 76, pxlnhilin2 n f Iim of i42.83t 43. The Drp.irimrnl h.i4 Iippii ipiIppiipiI fioin rintt.tir.ii'ii iiipiIi mill ilphi,liti tirriinnila'Pil .1 mimiIik rxpppilin: hill'li luilliiiil of doll ii, hi hugely pslpndeil, um ii i rrii irinj iilill f.n 1 1 i'"i- lo Pxlrud,ilie ni di rrrrire niiiI ipi'iiiiiiupnih n iriliinioii nl piMinji' rtii.il lu rImiiii 10 per ri'iil. II m pi.ipiii.iii! upon Hie liiral nrinrititp, ulnrh i.iinild ronirul ptpiv oi'ioirli ol mil (lotrintriPnt. of lendpiina in die puhlit: die sie.ite. cood iiomiIiIp. widi die le.oi imihle t.ix.ilion in die pppule. The fsrnlp iirpoiiipii inji;ppipd hy i lie rnlin.iiei' Cient'iiil rproinnn'iiiH iI-p'I. nol ou'y In- ilie reiluci ion it piiipo-pn, out liy Hip Himpiiriiy o its ir;tti!:rineiit, im rioifirniiiv uidi ilie t'edin rurieiiry, itnl I tie inipnoenipni II will inliodiire in lo I lie urrtiniim of 1 lie Dpp.iinne il old ill" iisenm. Your i.iilii'id.ir niiPininn i inviipil lo dm Mitijprt of in.iil rMiiiiueia widi rjil ro.id tiinip.inieii. The pterpiil 1.1 11, pi milling lur the ni.ikin of dm. tiMrir, me Ii ird upon I lie prpfinnpiion lli-n ruin, pplilion uinoii'i liiddeiii will Ferine die ptiire nl a f.iir pric e. Itnl on uioni of l lie mil rn.nl lini'ii, llipie if no compel it ion in iImi kind of iiiiii.tini'ialion, mid luUerlifiiij; is ijieiefore iipe-'i. No roniinri ran now lie nia-le "w'lli lliin exi epi mrh .it rli.itllie npo. li.neil..l;fuie I lie lime of ndei inj. or iifierwindj and liieponero' I lie IVlni ipi (irneiiil In pay lliem lii'Jh pi icc , i plan ip.il ly wliliom Innil.iiiini. It mild lie a lellrf in him, mid no d.ailit umiM rnndiire In I lie politic inirieni in prpnilie hy law, tome rtiiiii.ihle h.iif ini'in ohirh 'inli roiiir.iriii ill .11 ip.'l, iimlipfiiiei him liv mmie fixed rule of nllow.inre. Untler a lioeiiil an ol in n mil lie momIJ iiiidonhir.lly lie utile in ferine llin fcnirra of mum of die tail" in. id romp.oiipii, and die inleirm of ilie ilrpailinPiit unuld iIiih he adianred. "The run enpoiidrnre heiwppn ilie people of I lie :Uniied Sute-i and the Euioppan niiimi, nnd pai lirul.irly nilli ilie lo iiidi.iyl.nuli, Ixni lieconie eiy extensive, ami iptpoiea tlie inierpoiiiliou of Con giei In "iie it feruriiy. No oh-i.irte inpeireixed In an iiiiei'rh.oiRe nfm.tiU liciwten New Voik and l.ierpoijl, or oilier roirinn ponn, as piopned hy 1 he onl inmiier ceneial : on die ronliaiy, II prnm. ie hv die imiiiiv it "dl nlfoiil, in f.ifiliiaie rninuipiL'iul Iranoiciioim. and site ii-e in an in l.ued inirrrotiire iimoii2 die people of iliflernil niiiiom, wliirh r.innoi Inn h.ne n li.ippv rlfeci. Thrnusli die Cily of Neiv-Ymk mofl nf ltie enr re,iiiiiiilpiitp lieiurrn ihe Co..id.n .mil Kiooiie i now rariipil on, and iiienl ippiPi.pniaiiiiiHh.ive been rerpiiptl fioin ilie he.nl of ihe pirn inei.il pmi office, n.kinz llio imripoaiiioii of ihe Uni'ed Si.ue in cii.od il liimi ihe Iowa nnd iircidein lo wlorh il is now mhirrlril. .Some tpj-i.l.iiion nppc.n lo he rallpil for. aa well hv our own imeieal, Hi uy . pnmil,. Ill lite n lOljltllf ltlili.h .11 III illCe. All mv cxntiienre nml rrfliriion confirm Ine conviction I li.ive ao ofiru rxpiraeel lo Cmisiraa. in nivnri.riiniiliienduieill III itlC rnilllillllioil, w till II th.ll iMPti.111- in miv rtpnl. the elprlioiiof neiidpill flevnlviiiz on the Mmoe J and I lliciefnre !ieg iij.on In folirii your uiirnliiHi In the fnlijerl. 'I here weie varintM oilier MijuialioiH in mv l.ml anmi 'I niraiage, nol Mtrril upon, pal lirul.irly tli.it lel ninj; to ihe w.nil of uiiifurinily in ihe l.ma of the Dial, of Colnuilii.i, ili.il mi a "deemed rturihy of your ( ni utile roiliiidpi.ilion, Mtelore ronrliiiling iliia paper I ilrem il due lo the fetrr.ilexeriiiiie'.lep iiimenia In he.ir leHiinnny to llieir proapeioua roniKiion, and lo ihe ahilily ami iniesiily wilh nhirli itiey have ln'en r hil led. Il h.ii been my aim lo enforce in all of lliem .i vigi lant ami f.iiihlul disih.oge of ihe public luninei.8, nml il ia gialifying lo me In lieheie ih.n there ia nojusl r.myeof rnuipl.iinl fioin any qu.irier, nl ilie manner in ivhicb ihey h.ne fulfidcd the ohjccle uf their cie.nion. Iljiing now finifhed ihe ohfeivannna deemed prnper on lliis ihe .il occifinu I tliall h.ne of rominimir.iling Willi ilie lo Iwufea of Cnngrpia in their ineeliiii, I cannot o.uit nil expieaaioii of ilie gr.niiude nhiih ia due lo the gre.il liody of my tlelluw ciiiieua, inwhoae parlialny and indulgeiice ' Muwe. found eiicotiragemenl and aupporl in m iny rliffituh uniJ Irylag H-jHica iIiioiikIi which it li.i leen my lot lo pa" du.irg my Phhc caieer. I Hough deeply aenaihle lUal ,inv rxerliona hate not liern crowned wilh mauoceaa coirr.poaihng lo llieili-gice off.tvorliealowed upon n.e I am auie ilwl mey will lie ennaidered in haling lien; dnecieil liy n earneai defire lo promote ihe. roimI of my cuuniry ; nnd I am confoled hyihe ,eta,..ia.on iih.il mi- i i.. .,mm lied iv ill find a rorien. ever eirina-oavc r.t.. .u,n tit. in lb. iuielligeiirtiaMiJ pal.loliwn .. ii .i. . .t .i.piinpd din-iui: mv win iiirreeu iia. ,aiioi. .":.. adailaiaira.ion ia. calrtdneil to -lJ' ' . iarieafcd confidence in ,lhe f lability of "r, ' ' ' reiirtm-nluliich ia ao amiable in myeo ;""'''" hold., nml i-o much dcalre, '"'Vlt .pf.rea nen.'l .li.ll not reaae in invoke lh.it lienefice n lleing lo vvhoae providenre we are al.ea.iv . t tignally Ind-bied for ihe connnuai.ee or hn W ,by.n our beloved rj. JACKSON. W'tahington, Pec. 1836. V R 11) A Y M O It N I N G, DECEM BRR 16. We give. up our columns to-day to the President's Mofsago and, I hank Heaven, il is probably llio last from llio entne source. As a composition it fullii immeasurably be hind its predecessors; but what it lacks in ability is made up in along ami vituperation. We shall not lake the responsibility of re commending it to any man's nitenliott. The PnnsinKNT'a Health. Tho New York Commercial Advertiser of Saturday evening states that the health ofthe Pres. idcut is wlitu, ail'd'tha't the ilnprOsSinn is he cannot live liintr. C.iNGnE't. Nothiii!! uf imporlanco has transpired in cither IIoiiec beyond the usual formalities of orgi nixing. Mr. Lovvry, wo observe hai resigned the office of tjlcrk to the Senate. Mr, Kinnard, member of the House Irom Indiana, who was injured some weeks since by the bursting of a boiler on the Ohio, has since died ofhh wounds, at Cincinnati. Hi; was on his way it. Philadelphia to be mar ried. Presidential Ei.ectio.n.-All the Slates are now definitely heard from except Mis sisipri. The votes bland, Van Buren 103; Harrison 72; White 36; Webster 14. The vrdes of South 'Carolina in t his summary ore given lo White. I he 4 votes of Mts-'iissippi will prohaly bo given to Van Huren, in which event the totil number cast for him will be IG7. In case Virginia votes for William Smith as Vice President Co). Johnson will not be elected bv the Electoral Cullegca. The BurtM.-va of the TnEAsurtr Of fice. The Washington correspondent of the U. S. Gazette says tho trial of Dr .While, for burning tho treasury office, was expected lo commence on Tlinreday last but ha- been pn-tponcd indefinilely, &. will mil come on, probably, until near the end o the term. The delay was naked by the wife of Dr, Whim on the ground that th had b;en prevented by the illness and death ol her mother from procuring the attend ance of wimessps. The Editor nf ihe Sentinel is informed that wo do rca-erl what wo said week be fore last. We meant what we said ; and we have'the authoiity of a very crcdiblo person for saying that "a distinguished divine in this vicinity," did make tho dcclaialion allu ded to. NEW VOHK AIAKKKI". I'Loun 'Ihe maikei lnm Iippii npifpclly mil. fnrio fir two ninnlha p.ial ; $10 i ihe tegular prire for roinnion ue-lerii, and 10 25 fir Kanry 'I mv anil (lliio9 S7.il0 dollars Ucui jgtlotvn II, and Ivvp 7 SO. (illAls The l.irsp rupplv of fnreisn grain has appaienily l.iiipil, aa we have had no anivals thiavvppk. e know however, iIipic ia conaidcr alp on iIip vv.iv. The vvhnli tnianiiiv of ive mid wheat tereived ltd. season ia lull even hundred I fil'iv ilinii..ind Iih.IipU. In lite cnly pan id the vvppk i In- h.il.nire nfilie whin. U.imzic uiiil'(ier nrin in in ilkel wa. rliisipd nl 2.'12 '1.2 cla. The I. isi iN. Itiver Uveal in.iikrl vv.h rlo-pil al I30t:ia. A i.ind deal ol l NiiiiIipiii inokct which ia lipid al 105; sale' ofsiiti'lipin ai OS cia fir 56 Um. 1 I'liovtsioNS rmk la veiv dull, and pnrea. willi iliti. nit v aiHIaiiiFtl, Snlra nl tiie.a at 22 i24; prinie, 17 50 a Q. No rtiane wh never in Heel' llama ti'.nee, and high sales ai 13 a lli tenia. M Alt Kll'.l). In lids low-n. on Ttip-d.iv innrnitiz lal, by the Upv. J. K. Coiivetae, .Mr. PAUL 'I'. SWKET of Cial'ishnry, lo Mias lliuuiKT L. Atiieiiton, of iliia place. DIED. At Williainn, on the I3ih malant, IlKTSET, vvlli! nf .Mr. Giles CniTTKfDKN, nged42 jean riAUK PAINTER'S AND COLOR X 'MAN'S complete GUIDE : being a prnclical and theoretical Ireali-e on the preparation of Colors, and their application to tho different kinds of Pointing ; in which is particularly tlesctihed llio whole art of Hoii-o Painting: hv V. F. Tingry, Prnlessorof Chemistry, Natural History nod mineralogy, in thu Acid, of Geneva. F..r sab- hy V. HARRINGTON. Dec. 10. 1330. TlrUSIC Th.: l!o.iu Academy'., col- ItJI led mn of CHORUSES ; being o -elt'Cll.ili iroin nil! wiiiks in iin- iiu'm run iienl romposers, a Handel, Haydn, Mezari Beethoven, and others ; logelner wun severfcl new Old beautiful pu'C's by Ger man authors, adapieil to hngll-h words exnresslv for Ibis work. The whole ar- ran.'ctl Willi an accouipMiimciH lor tho Pinnn Fnrlo or Orsan. For sale bv Dec. 10. V HARRINGTON PRUSGNTS FOR CIIIMSTMAS AND NEW-VliAIW, WE are, ond shall continue to be, open ing and arranging for sale, n great variety of articles, such as nro iiually ailed for al this season of the year. I Hose wisbinn small articles for children, or more expensive ones lor others, will perhaps find smoothing suitable al ihe Variety shop. Our assortment is more complete than ever fur December and January. I'angiioiin Si, BnissMAin. PLATED Sl'UU.Ma, in an exceneiu nualilv. selected with care They can be recommended, and will suit the purchaser. 1'or sale at llin vnriety nnop UeC lO. I .UVUII'ill- VX. IIIVir.r--.rt. Notice. WHEEREAS, my wife Jjouisa. has de. ported herself in such n manner as In ronder it iniproctlble fur ine lo have any furlher connexion wilh her. This is there, foro to forbid. all pernio harboring ur trust. Imr mi mv nccouiit as I shall pay no ilVbli of Ik r contracting nfter this date. STEPHEN H. AUSTIN. Colchester, Dee. I5; 133ft. To all Nvhoin this may concern. TUB subscriber would rceprciliitly in form the inhabitants of Burlington and its vicinity that he has opened n 1 1 . j on Collrgi; Street, ill the room litfil.-r the Free Press Olfiue. whrire ho intends man ulactuilng portable, full shafler, luloys. -tdi, and"plain SADOLKS ; tilniod. aill. jappaned. and polled II A ItN USSIW, ol varion de-criplioiH ; hart! lenlher. iiniin linn. bolloWs l ii. nnd coininoii TRUNKS . CAk'l' li'P B A OS- PORT M A NT H A US; Pill llig Vah-ses. and sueh nlher am ctes as iimal in his line of business. Cur rwgc Trimming execn'ril in the neaiel manner, and Military Equipments of all descriptions manufactured to order. No piins or expense will bo sparm in thr solecliou of good slock, r in the iinuufac luring ofthe articles. Any persons wish ing any of ihe obovo articles will plcaso to avail himself of this favorable opnorluiiity. as I shall sell on reasonable terms. The subscriber hopes, by industry and punctual attention to business In merit a shore of public patronage. All orders promptly altrnilnd to. Burlington. Dec. 16. 1)3G. ErWantod, a JOURNEYMAN at the above business. DENTIST. DR SPOONER having iclurnedto Bui lington will be happy to serve hi for. mer friends ft. patrons in his professional rapacity. lie is well prepared to do the ill most that his prolessiou can do lo pre servo lip; natural tcrlh, when they can be preserved, &. In replace them artificially, when lost. 1 Hose who de-ire ins ser. vices should call early, as he will be able tn slop a short lime only, in Burlington, He will be found al his former quarters No. 2 r.iilor. I liumas Hotel. Dec. 15. 1!!30. NOT1UR Ap1;; cling ol' the stockholder or Ihe lensnre Boat LADY VAN NESS. will he hidden a' the Clinmiilniii lintel, on Tuesday evening nexl.ni 7 ..'clock. Di'it.'u. C. I'. Al.l-I'.N. Sec. PiU) VISION BARK.EL5S, mtftfk Provision Barrels, of a good " V V quality, for fn,, nl ,e Burling, ton Brewery. Enquire of I).c. 12. 1330. R. N. FLACK. Bran, Shorts & Flour. 500 Sacks BRAN, 500 dn Shorts, 500 bbls. Fine Flour. 1000 ' Superfine Flour. 500 U Canada Fine Flour. For sale hv HICKOK & CATL1N. Champlain Transportation Co. 55 THE siock- lui iders otitic Champlain Transpnria lion Cnuip'y nrn dieridiy iinilfied Ihn'i the annual meelieg of saiil'Compnny vvill'bi; bohleii nl lliivvartl's Hoiol, in Burlington, on Thurs day the 5th tiny of Jami'iry neNl, at tine o'clock P M. for the purpose i f clnoung directors for the vear ensuing. Bv order. P 'DOOMTTLR, Clerk. liurlinglnn, 1 5(7t Dec. l!!3C. , DR. O. ffr. SAXTON. SUltGEOA" DEjWIST. IS at home, nml will attend at his office West side Court-Honst; Square, in all seasonable bonis, from this lime forth, as well "on or n6oit (7te 6th December,,' as thereafter; until furlher notice, where he i prepared to manufacture nml insert artificial Mineral or Porcelain Teeth from n single I not Ii lo whole setts, correspon ding in color untl form lo thetiniurnl teeth, with skill ami workmanship not surpassed 'by any Denti-l in the United Slates, und In perforin nil itlber opeiatioii in the line of Surgeon Dentistry, and will be happy to wail upon and give professional advice to any ladies and gentlemen who may be pleased to favor lnm with llieir patronage. Dr. S. hns penni-non in refer In a number . .f ca-es where ho ha lately insrteil sev oral entire sells of Ihe-t; Ita tit i tail nml du rable i eel It which will show for theni-clvcs. ETDr. K. also manufacture and ha lor sain nt bis office. Teeth, Tooth-paste, Washes. Lotion. &C Burlington, Dec-mber S, 1330. Just received at the Shoe Store in Church ft. 50 pair mens India Rubber nvcr sliocs, 50 do. Ladies fur luted water proof hoots and shoes ami a good assort ment of gent lemons boole shoes and pump; Ladies, Misses and childreus shoes. Ladies Moccasins &c. oi hand; thick boots lor men ami boys, and all articles not on hand, made on short notice. D. H. JtUSSELL. Nov. 29, 1330. Cw LOVELY & ABBOTT Arc now opening a few Cases of New Votk. Silk and Fur Hats, Good and cheap Ladies and Misses Sal tin Ben. ver Bonueis, Six Boxes uf Feathers, Silver am! oilier Fluwuia. Dec. 2. Muscatel Grapes. A few baskets hy LATH no l' Sf POTivm. Dec. 2. ,Bax .Raisins, 55 Boxes Fresh Malaga and bunch Raisins For iab by LATIIROP St POTOM" Sale of Paintings.

WIMibu sold at N. II. Ilaavvcll's auction rt.om, on Tuosr.ay next, a 2 o'clock I. M.ifnol previously disposed of at privato s: i;, a choice collection of historical and olliei Oil, PAINTINGS, by a natlvo Ainciican. recently letntncd from Italy. They will ho open for exhibition on Monday, Tho public ara respectfully Invited .to call and examine them. Dec. 10. It!30. Bank of Burlington. NOTICE is hereby given to the slock, holders ol Ihe Dink of Burlington, Hull their annual meeting for the election of Directors for l he ensuing year, will be hidden at their Banking house, on the third Tuesday of January. 1037, at 1 o'clock P. M, By order of the Direlors. R. G. COLE, Cashier. D"r. 15, IP.36. Walton's Vermont Register Sc FiJriners Almanack for sa'c by V. llArtllltlGTON. Collenoel. D"0. 1.". 1030. NEW GOODS. J"Cr. 23. IU36. fkWINO lo the incrcaso of business the -P suhserihers have been induced lo bring on a vcrv larnn ami splendid slock, of Fash- lonabla tVlLh JlJVI) IHJS'J'UH UUUIJS. consisting of Broadcloths of all colors and shades plaid and plain Cassimcrs and Sat- liuclts Vcstings rilot Cloths 1'ctcrslMtns, '0, 10i. ll.-l Rose Blankets green and white llorso Blankets Carpeting. Lamp Mats, etc. etc. WORSTED STUFFS. Thibet Cloth. Gorman, French, F.nglisb, plain and fiir'd Merinos, Circasr ians. Iloinba- zetts, goat-hair nnd common Camlets, black, hrown and ohvo r roncli llotnuazincs ; brown Independent, a new article.' black, red and white Merino Shawls ; Thibet Shawls and llandkcicliicf ; merino and worsted Hose. SILK GOODS Clack and bluo gros do Swiss, grnj do Nap. gros du Rhine, pni.Il du Soi, Lustring, Ital ian, and sinchavv Sillif. black satin I.uvantins, black mid grey silk camlets, l'on;cc. every viirioly of black and colored silk and Tubby Vclvots, lathe' anil gentlemen's cravats, silk Glove and Heo, black Chally for Dresses, black while and coloied chally Shawls nnd lliiiidkcrchinfs, spotted Lace, black liico Veil, hlick, while and green blond Veils, blond Kd.'inj and Fontinirs, also a crcal variety of figured, plnid and plain Sullin, luslriiiL' and L'aii7..! ICiblion. etc. CHOCK tilt Y AND (il. ASS. An citcii-ivi! astortinont uV China, Crockery and Glass Ware I.ookioL' niasc, etc. etc UKY (i KOCH II IKS. Loaf. In mil and bruvvo Sugars. Molasr, Iiniierial.Old and Young llvson, llysonskin. Black and Itohci Teas ; box and krg raisins haritds, half ami quarlcr barrels Mackerel Cudli-b ; ground Pepper and Spice, Ginger, Nutmegs, cloves, cassia : plug and papar 1 obucco, etc. etc. LOVELY St JinnoTT. Very Cheap at Howards Cheap Cash Store. CARPEL INUS, An invoice ol com it ii i ii and very superior Carpctings with the Goods iusl received on consign ment from the Manufacturer, and for sale at ihe eominis-'uiii price by the yard, Car pet or Bale, which makes the nrticlu cheap it than ii could othervvisu bo sold. Abo, Paper Hangings, in Ihe same way Farwe Is make. Galtor UUU I h ami SHOES, with an assortment ol India Rubber do. Buffalo Robes. Fur Caps, Capes and Pelerine. Hi! bus also for sale a new and splendid a-orlinenl of rich figured and plain, black and colored silks lor dres-e. Sal in Beaver, by the yard, for Bonnets Cape- and Mulls. One case ns.irted Lace and Muslin Col lars. Cain's, Veil and Aprons A rich as-oilnient of military Goods. A full as sorlnient of every description of articles fo dresses and Clonk; An enlarged a-sort ment of Broad Cloths, Cassimers, Satti nctislfcc. A beautiful assortment of Rich Glass China and Crovltcry wares, with Looking Glares. Sic. &c. A full stock superior Family GROCERIES. As usual. Common, Good, and some beautiful splendid and Brilliant, all for sale at the Quick und Uneaii l.,ali htnre nt S. EARL IlOlVAItD. December 1330. XUST received and for salo by tho nib J scribers n lew firt noallly Buffalo Robes, Oiler nnd Seal Skin Caps. Asir can Lamb. Seal Skin and Nitlcr Furs for Coal collars. LOVELY Sf ADnOTT. December 2 10 pieces new and clemnt pat lores of Figured Plain mid Suiliu Striped Shallvs. iiiil received hv LATIIROP Sf POTiVLY. NOTICE rTMlE niidersi-'iied aro nnvV recoivin A their winter supply of goods coneis ling of a large n-surliiicill ol "Dry Goods, Wet and Dry Groceries, Crockery, Glass, and Hardware, Sogor, Molasses, Spirits, &c. by tho Hhil and most kind, of Dry Goods by tho origin al package or parcel, lo suit purchasers. The large portion of our stock was bought at llin presant very low prices, which will enable us to sell as cheap as l he cheapest. Wo do not deem ll necessary lo enumerate articles, bill can assure tin; public that our stock is well selected embracing nearly every article called for in this sect ton and will be sold, for cash or approved credit, al a small advance. Grateful for pasl favors, we respect fully tnviic the public to exam ine our stock and compare prices. CPSlcru opposite the Vermont lintel mid Pearl st. House, at the lower cud of Pearl street. S. WALKER & Co. Japanese Lotion, 'T'O remove freckles, pimples, nnd all eruptions of thu skin, nnd for the cure of chapped hands, faces, &c. for salo at l he Variety Snop. Oct. 20." Panguou.n fit Bni.st..MAio The subscribers are agnin re ceiving n large addition .lo their block o! lrockcry and liluss Ware. Cut plain screw top and press Lamps, Astral Globe and Hall " ' Cut and plain Champaign, Whip, Lemon ade and J.dly Glasses, Dining setts complete, Tram 1 16 lo 200 ps. Sup. While, Gold Band and Printed China Tea Setts, and almo-t every article in t tie line, which will be sold as usual, on the best terms LEMUEL CURTIS Co. Burlington Nov. 25, 1 1136. OIL. Fall and Winter TFSf W LSTROA'G. 3000 gals. Sprrm Ot'l, by Nov. 24. Teas, Rice, &,c. 75 chests Hyson, Youiie Hv son, hyson skin. I'lmchong, Souchonff, and holica I ea. Ten Tierces rice. 30 hairs colfec. 20 kegs and boxes plug and eavenditb tobacco. Ten boxes pipes, 'I en kegs ginger. salcratus, pepper, spice, nutmeg, cloves, cassia buds.ota.hy TF&W L STRONG. Nov. 24. Ironmongery. O a POT ASH Kettle?, Bark Mills. ploughs, mill cranks, anvils, vices, spade, hovels, cart and waggon boxes. Iron ml steel of all kinds, nails, steel plated and cast iron sleigh shoes, hollow ware, loves, bra-s kettles Sic. by Nov. 25. TPJiWL STRONG. Iron and Steel. 7r TONS assorted Knglish waggon tnd ' cart lire; Swedes and Rusis, old able iron, cast, German, Spring, American English blielcrcd steel, sleigh and cutler hoes, hoop iron, band do. round Sl square ii. all sizes; braziers rods, horse mil rods. &.c. on as favorable terms as to be found in the unto. T F & W L STRONG. N"v. iM. Wanted. A FIRST rale SrEnrjoTVPc Founder xX one who is acquainted with the busi ness will find constant employment, nnd meet with good cncouragcuier.l hy apply ing soon to VLnNON II AUr.I.NGTO.N. Burlington, Nov. 24, 11130 NOTICE is hereby given lo the stock holders of the Fanners and Mechan ics Bank, thai a meeting will be hidden on ho secr.nd Thur-ilay of January 11137, sl their Banking llmisu at 2 o'clock 1'. Al lo innkc choice of seven Directors of said Rank for the ensuing year, by utderot the Board. JOHN PECK, Prei'l. Burlington. Dec. 5. 1330. PROBATE COURTS, TVTOTICE is hereby given that the Pro- Ll bate Courts withm anil tor the Ills met of Chittenden, will, uultl furlher no lice is civen, be liuldeti on the second Wednesday of every month nt'Win. Wes ton's office (in the Court House) in Burling ton, and nu Ilie tlnril Monday ol every month at John A. Wllley's hotel in Willis ion, at ten o'clock in the forenoon; com uiencinrr ol Burlington, on Ihe second Woilnei-tla ol JjeccuiDcr, ins:. The Probate office will bo kept at said Weston olliei'. in said Burlington. CHARLES RUSSELL, Judge Wm. Wetos.. Register. December 1. 1 1130. Philo Doolittle. Offers for salo 500 bushels Lisbon Salt, 75 Sacks Liverpool ground do. inn h.itrels Western fine do. !00 " fresh ground Nora Scotia piaster 00 ' " " Western do, Ilo.tes fresh Malaga It aisins, together wilh a general aanuitiulnl of Dry oHotls, Groceries, Crockery etc etc which will bo sold al the very lowest prices for cash. November 21. U13G. Lemuel Curtis & Co A RE now receiving their Fall and Win A. ler purchase ol Goods, which wilh their former stock, comprises by far the largest and most desirable assortment they havu ever had the pkasure of offering to tho public ; comprising Broail Cloth-; blue, black, violet mixed drab. brown, and every fashionable nnd de sirnble shade. Double and single mill'd Cassimcres plaid, striped and buck skin. Mohair, Pilot and Lion skin over coat clolhs. 5 cases French, German und En glish Merinos, '-Alapines, Reshie chock fig'd Merinocs. cases English Cliituz and Ruby prints. 6 do. domestic plate and furniture do. Four hundred ps. colored Cambric, from 9 l- to els. 5 bales A and C-4 lickings. C.i!ineiiPoull do S.ue. Grn de Naples and Gru de Rhine Silks; Super Italian Gro de Swi's anil Mattenn Silks Ten piecer super fig'd Satins. Dimask Thibet, raw silk, Clmlly and Thibet wool hdkls. 4, 6, 0, and 12 tihs while scarlet and black me ruin shawls. Forty dozen from 4 lo 10 4 Prussian and worsted do. Blankets ot cvjry description. Mackinaw, rose and common do. 4 to C 4 Flannels; white and color'd Rniia sheetings, towelling, diapers, damask table covers, 4 to 12 4ths, Stc. Burlington Nov. 25. 1336. Groceries. rp F. &. W. L. STRONG have re JL ceived their Fall slock ol groceries which is heavy and complete, and having been pitrcbase'd at reduced rates, will be sold at lower prices than have been offered recently in this market. Nov. 24. "FRUIT. 100 boxes bunch Raisins, 5 do. lacinons, by bt. 24. T F Sf WiL STROA'G. 10 discs Ginger Preserved, this day received and lor salo hv LATIIROP Sf POTIFJX. Nov. 25. 25 piecies Figured Merinos for 'LsTHROPSfPOTin. Nov. 25. ' MOHAIR I- PILOT CLOTHS, k flr piccics various colouie for sale br lha ps. or pallcrn hy LatIirop '& PoTvvtrt. 1I)V. II. English VValchcs 61 ditl'erent Patterns, Double Cao and Double liottora. jusl received, also Silver Levers, nnd L fines, al mo variety anop. PANG HORN & BR'lNS.MAlD. Novombcr'O, IC3C. 1. Bruslics and Bellows. WTHIS dayreccivod from the monuftclorer 4ai, -a 'full and complete assortlnrnt ofriolh, Ilair.llal'all'rs'Clofli, Horse, Stove, Slio Floor, Taney and plaiircouider 'Rrusbes, autt Fancy and Plain 'Bellows!; fdrnalo'low bv ROBERT MOODV. Nov, 7, 1330. Spanish Otter Caps, Capes &c. 6 Cases superior Spanish and American; Otter Caps, 3 do Seal and comn. Hair Seal do, Russia Squirrel, Jcnelle, Lynx and. Sable Capes nnd Muffs. Gent, and Ladies, sup. Fur lined Gloves &c. kc, by LATH HOP Sc POTW1N. Nov. 1 1, IC3C. Winooski Patent block JWills And woolkn works. IflTjMIE public, in the vicinity of Burlington, t& aro respectfully informed, that Ihe pro., gross of these works renders somo regulation nicdlul, as to tho admission of visitors, witty a view, both lo tbci: personal comfort, and tho facilities of the workmen. Il has there-. fore, been arranged, that for Ihe future, rcai dsnts of the neighborhood will bo admitted to tco tire works in operation, on Wednesday and Thursdays, from nine to twelve, and Irom one to lour o clock ; and that stiangett passing tlnouirli, may bo admitted ny da and hour. Tickets of admission, for both thcs classes of visitors, aro 'to be obtained at the office of tho Winooski Mills, previous to going in. October 21 133(7. NEW GOODS. i afl dot. hollies Indclliblo Ink, to mark. tKJt with or ivithout a preparation, C dot Watds Hair Oil, C Bears Oil, 2 Balm of Columbia; 0 s'rtca. 2 " Milk of Ruses; for removing ear. ruptions in the skin. 1 " Cold Uream, 10 " Cologne; til qualities and prices. 1 " Honey Water, 12 " Gucrlain an excellent Perfume, at $1 per bottle, " Lavender, difierent qualities, 1 " Persian sweet Bans, for scenlini Drawers Sic, a preventative against Moths, Almost all kinds of Hair Oils; Perfumery, Snaps and Brushes, constantly for Rile at tho variety anop, 1 ANGS0RN It URIRSaAID. Burlington, Nov. 18, 1336. R. FITZGERALD IS now opening his winter slock ofgoods. but being lou 'inane tu"s'mg a long son,; he simply says lo all those who wish to pun. chase JKWEI.IIV, niilinm being iTtvstd, WATCHES, which need tbdtdhing, CLOCKS, of one who ia always in limi, FANCY GOODS. of finciful ir.der. HARD WAKE, on ra.yierm., Look inc Glasses ufone who fears tome ihrr Musical, Initrumksts, of one who is ofim otii of tune. Willow IIastcets, of one who baika in (lie iauj of adversity. Dry l.cmtia. ufoiis nliu doen dry tHiaiiieta, SlIATlNo AYrAtATUS, niiliont being ihmvtd, Co .vi ii 3, without hating the combed ojr llieir pjc, Pock ktIIuoks nfone who has tattle uae fur lliem KiFLhs & Fowling Guns, of h sharp shoot tr Canrs, of one who does not rtii-c-Cain, Ilrtt'siiKS & Dusters, one vvtiu ia ever rends to 'bm.li ihe-iuif intu Ida own. ehangt box. And .Mant oilier iiiiiclpaofn ni.ui i.l'f to vvonl. TPJii.i call at the Green Store, -east side ot Church Street. Uurlingtnn. lYov. 17, 1830 Burden's patent Horse Shoe A Consignment of this article jut't i .ci.'iveU, & arc particularly 'rccoinmirn ded tn the public. J. Sl J. fl. PECK Sf Co. Agents Domestic Goods. THE anlwcrihera nie now reedtinj llieir fill ptirrb.ires of 'Dumeaiic Goods and will ad'or.l lliem tt liolep.ile mid retail on the beat lernit, sn.oi vvhirh may be found 1000 lha Cotton Ynrn'fiom No. 6 to 12. 10 II. lie Coiton It.ilis 400 lha Colliin -aTiiililin.; 10 Dales l.tivvreiice nml Chiropee Coitoni 1 " iinble.iched Gotten Ha.rjr.ela, low by the Pipce, 0 pa. 4-4 blenched Cottons, 40 " 3 4 ' " Leuvel Cuktii U Co. Nov. 25. IS3G. STOVES. PARKER'S, pal'l phrophesy cook'g4size Stanleys rotary top do 3 do 'Improved Oven rotary do 2 do Conanls (back'kitchcii) do 2 do Ovnl'Ovcu Stove 1 Boiler do 2 do ALSO Canada and American plate Bo Stoves, ol' various uttcs1 This is the mo-i complete acsortmeut of Stoves lo be found in the Countrr Purchasers may find tho patterns ihpy .want, -and on most favorablu terms, T. F.tt II' L. STROXO, Biirlinglwn. Nov. 15 183C. Timothy Seed. 30 bushels for sale 'by IIICKOK Si CA TLIJV. Xov. 3, 183G. Manilla .Moitts. Qi-i doz. Manilla Mat Is of all sizes, jm "A received by .Lemuel! Ciuvris Si Co. October 14. Newton's Panacea. nnUE celebrated Newton's. Panacea, or putifier of the blood, an invaluable remedy, by .J. Vk.'J. 11. PKOKv CO. Of, 13. Hardware and Hollowware. T IIK subscriber has Just leceived from Now'York and is-now opening a lirc and general assorlnienl of Hardware and llollowvvaro which ho will dispose of on mod. cralo lerms fur caih or abort credit, al th, Hardware Sloro on thoeorncr of Church u. and tho square. ROBERT MOOOT BorlingloB, Nov. 7, IG3A