Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, December 11, 1840, Page 1

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated December 11, 1840 Page 1
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' " - .... . . , , i NOT THE GLORY OF O JD S A X O T TBI W I L F A B I OF ROMB. BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1840. VOL. XIV....No. 27. LEATHER Jc.Tlie subscriber has received and is now receiving from New York, a largo as sortment of Leather, Hoots nnd Shoes in nd Jition to his former stock, consisting of the following articles In parti , ... 100 Sides Sole Leather, a superior arttcle,frce from 30 Heavy Cow Hides, water, 10 Sides Harness Leather, 10 " Black Hridlo do 10 Doz. Sheep linings, 2 " South Sea Seal Skins, 1 " Grained Leather, 1 Case Men's Superior Calf Doots sewed, war . anted, 3 ' " Thick Boots, heavy nt 82,50 per pair. 1 ' Boy's " " " 1,871 " 1 " Small Hoys " " 1,".'2 " Together with Kids, Kips, Shoo Tliread, Prunella Cotton and Linen Webbing, Blacking, Shoe Brushes, Ladies French Kid Slips, and a geiicrnl assortment Tf Misses and Childrens Slips and Walking Shoes, 11 of which will be sold low for cash. II. C. STIMSON. N. B. Wanted, a few bushels of Buckwheat, It ye nd Corn. E. J. STIMSON, Agent. Burlington, Oct. 22, 1810. 1" YMAN A COl.U, have on hand an extcn sivo U assortment of Burlington Mill Co. IIROAU CLOTHS and BEAVER CLOTHS. Also. Agrrnt assortment of English Broad Clothi, Beaver Cloths and Cassimercs, which they will sell at reduced prices. WANTED. A few thousand lbs good Fleece Wool r which cash will be paid. Oct. 23, 1840. MT. VEIINON HEADER, Polvglott Bil les of diilereul sixes anil bulling, Pocket llibles ami Te,atnonts and a general assortment of slationa-r-1 nt received from N. York ami fur -ale by College st. ir:25. S. HUNTINGTON. MURE NEW BOOKS, Ju-t received ut the Book Store, A New Home. Who 'II follow. Young Ladies Companion. Connie-' Ma. Iluyward's New l'ngland Gazeteer. Mitchell's Geographical Header, a system ol ueograptiy, comprising a ue-eripnon oi the World with lh) grand divisions, de-igncd for in- .- ! ..I I f......t..., VV....I.,... ,. 0. A. BRAMAN. siriietion- m school IIeven. LOW'S Writing Paper, wholesale and retail, at the Manufacturers prices, and the best assort ment ever before offered at the Bookstore of the sub scriber, consisting of the following kinds. 25 reams sup. Pol Ruled. 15 do fine Letter do. 20 do sup. do plain. 15 do cap ruled. 10 dj fine pot do 8 do do billet do Likewise, a large supply of wrapping piper at re duced prices. Oct. 30. D. A. UltAMAX. NKW ATL SCHOOL CKOCitAl'IIY AND ATLAS WITH OUTI.INEMAPS, by S. Augus tus Mitchell. The nutlinr ot the above works lias l:een professionally devoid to t tic science of Geo'y and the publishing of Maps, during many year.- and ln former produ-tion, especially hi Map of the World for Academies tear ample te-liimmonv fhi abiio dant resource, upon which he lias so lid rally drawn, in producing, the above school works. The fullowing extract of the Gen'y and Alia-, isfroin a joint recom inendation of the Teacher- in the ciiy of New York. "Their merits are nnnierou the definitions remark ably plain and coneie. 'I he exercise- are copious and important, and the inscriptive is lunihioiis and correct. The divisions of the American continent, are tepre rented and de-cril ed as they really exist at the ; resent time. And the gross misstatements general')' found in sf.iool gengraph:c are corro ted. The typographi cal execution is un coinmonlv neat unddtstiiii-i, indeed the a'las is a model of the kind, and actually Icenis with information." The outline Maps are peculiarly calculated to exerebe the student in his study, audio fill up at hi-lei.ure. For sale by C. GOODRICH. AMERICAN ALMANACS for 1811. for sale nt the book store. D. A. BRAMAN. BIIll.ES. A very large assortment of nil sizes of Bible, and pri.'es from CO cts. to SI j each, Just reu'dand for sale at the Bookstore. I). A. BRAMAN. CHINA, Glassware, Crockery and Looking Glas ses, justree'd nnd for sale by N. Lovely &. Co. ALSO, Soda Crackers. Sept. 3, 1840. TVtUGS AND MEDICINES, XJ ree'dby June 10. A lariru simply lust J. &.!.H.IKCK&0o. I ENGLISH Currants, Family Groceries, Salmon, J smoaked Herring, for sale by N. Lovrxv ifc Co. FAIRBANKS SCALES, bv July 10. J. & J. H. PECK &Co. GI.ASH. Burlington, Vermont, nnd Essex, Cyltii der Gins., made at the Chalnplain Glass works, and very much improved in ipialily compared with the .nte brand-, for snle bv J. it '. H. PECK &, Co. II W. rx. f JATLIN &. CO. hae one piece of blue bluett llmvpr Clnth. a match for which, lias not been, and cannot be found in this market. They have also two pices cassimcre, which very far surpass the beaver cloth. Nov. 12. MAVNARD & NOVS' lino Bluuk Writing Ink, which lias stood let for more thirty years. A eak iu-t receivcJ anilfor sale by 11 Aug. 1810. C. GOODRICH. rPEN' cases Prints, 1 case col'd Cambrics, just ree'd 1 andforsalcby VILAS, LOOMIS & Co. w INDSOH HIKliES, for snle at the variety store. PANG1IORN fa BRINSMAll). ITH.OUH.-Troy, receiving by Troy, Ohio and Michigan, constantly J. IX J. II. 1 ECK Vl. "IT "RAPPING PAPER. 200 rrntns various sizes W justree'd Nov. 20. by C. GOODRICH. MAYO & WAIT give notice to all persons indebt ed to them, or to Lathrop, Potwin & Wait, to rail and make immediate payment and save further notirc. Oct. 1, 13-10. i2fi bush. Seed Rye, free from nil other seeds, for OU Pcarl-st. Sept. lfi. sale by C. BENNS. QMIHS, Riding whips nnd Cane, at the Variety VJ Store. June II. Panohohn fa IImksmaid. f RAPPING PAPKI.. IOO Reims Wrapping II Paper, and a large sppply nfwnlimr, I o'h Cap ami Letter, for snle by D. A. HRMAN. D IAMOND CEMENT, for mending Glass nnd L'anhern Ware sold at the ariety More Oct- 10. Glass, Chinn ietv More. PaKOSOR & HllINSMAIl). e:(( ps. French, American, Satin ami coiiiinon 0JU House Paper, some very rich patterns, for 23. sale by IV. l.OVKl.1 it uo. Sept. 23. 2 r. ASKS F.iiKlish Mcrinoes. 1 case French and German Merinos, 1 ease fi'd Bombazines, just M and for sale by VILAS, LOOMIS &Co. IVTACKEUEL, on consignment, in half barrels just 1V.L received nnd for sale by J. it J. II. PECK & Co CtOTTON Wrapping Twine, agood article just ree'd ) Sept. 21. by N. LO VELY & Co. 17 LOUR. A few Bids, of Family Flour, of superior . ipiality, just ree'd and for sa'.unt HOWARDS. s. s. s:cinm:i, WOULD inform his pat rons that he has just received from the importers, a well selected and exten sive assortment of SAD LF.RY HARD Winn ciM!iitiig of every article required in country shops, which will be sold to Sad- lcrsat a small advance from cost for cash, ralll and sec. Customers can at all times find a good assortment of reidy made Brass an.l Silver plated, Japancd and Tined Coach, Gig and Wagaon HAnNi-.ssF.s. Agood assortment of Ladies and Gentlemen's Saddles, a Jesses, Trunks, Carpet Bags of a superior quality. Maitingtls, Trappings, Housing', Twigs and Spurs, open and clos? Bells assorted, Combs, Cards, Brushes, Saddlers Silk, Buckskin Mittens and Gloves, a great variety of Whips and Lashes, Carriage Lamps splen did paterns. Patent Lcther by the side or smaller quantity. Morrocco and Sheepkins single or by the dozen. A great variety of other articles adapted to this market. Having furnished my shop with a su perior article of Oak Tanned Briddle and Harness Leather, a good quality of ware, experinccd and tem perate mechanics, and inv experience in business, 1 pledge myscu 10 lurnisn as gooa arucics as wCrB uvt.r Vinds farmers nroducc received in navment. Lumber, wood, flanncl.tow and full cloth, drest or undrcstsKins nd hides, or any olherarticlein theshspe orproprty. Shop, IN orth siue uouri House square, xauors i.asi Buriington. October 29, 1310. t.l.j Oct. 1G. TVTOTICE. LADIES ll fc Gentlf.:ikn debtrd to the subsetibcr for HonsE or CAniiiAcr. hire, or otherwise, arc re quested to nnke payment tmmcdwtely, nnd tavc tncnirlven cost. RANSOM COLBERTH. POWDEK. JiinelO. -100 . Iv J. &. .T. II. Pf.ck & Co. GHINDSTOXES, by Jno7. J.&.I. ll.PECK&Co. NOTICE to GROCERS & HOTEL KEEPERS The subscribers keen constantly on hand exten sive assortmcntsofEsscnccsand Syrups. also Slough ton's Bitters, Wino do. Soda and Seidlitz Powders, apices 01 an Kinds. Purchasers will turn it not tor heir disadvantage to call upon us.. ucioucr a. tuhu. a. ruuit. ct, k,o. NliOVEIiY it Co. arc now opening and of feting for sale a mora extensive assortment o seasonable Goods than thev have over before offered in this market 1 amongst which is a great variety of i.'ints! ,i i.-.,.'r.:.....7:.,., ii r ...T.:.,i. ..it: t extremely low for Ready CASH. Oct. 22. GENTIiEM EN'S OVEH AIil.S.-G dozen pairs Gentlemen's Over Alls, (lone stockinusA just received and for sale by the dozen or single pair at iuontrcai prices iy jamhs 11. fhivn, P. S He will foot them to order. Butlingtnn, Oct. 10, IS 10. QALT. 1,000 Minots Coarse Packing Salt, O 0,000 Mjnots Liverpool Salt, cred at any Port on Lake Champloiu, by St. Johns, L. C, Sept. 4, 1840. PAIEU. C. GOODRICH has just received from the manufacturers in Massachusetts, a full supply of linen hand-made, royal, medium, Demy, cap, letter, folio-post and billet paper, of various qual ities, as wove, batiu, laid, gilt, &c. &c. fur sale at man ufactures prices. June jU. TODINE SPRING WATER. A recently discover X ed fountain at Saratoga and contains properties known in no other Spring its freedom from Iron renders it safe to bo drunk bv a certain class of inva lids with whom Iron proves injurious the quantity of louine coiiiauieu 111 9 water rcnuers 11 ine most val uable mineral water for every species of Scrofula vet discovered, for sale by J. & J. II. PECK & Co. Ag'tt. TDOOTS & SHOES. The subscriber lias now JD on hand n eeneral assortment of BOOTS and i-UUES", ol Hie most lu-lnonaMo style, and thorough woricman-iiip, wiucii tie oilers very low lor L asii. E. J. FAY. N. B. All kinds of measure work done at short no lice. Burlington, Chiireh-sl Mny 28, 1810. -lOODS. The Riihiifrilipra bnvn rn'd nnd v n.ui vJ opening a very largo assortment of Wollen Cloths of every variety, rich plain, figured nnd changeable Silks, Mnus eliue do Lames, Alpacca Cloths, Taglionia Shawls, Hdkf's., Ribbons, &c. We will only say that wo have a larger assortment of goods of every variety than we have ever kept before. Oct. 20, 1810. N. LOVELY & Co, HAM I HAM i I HAMW ESS. Impor tant Discovery the Great Mystery found out at last. DR. STERRY'S HAIR REGENE RATOR. Dr. Stcrry, after much attention to the important subject of preserving tho hair, has, after many experiments ciieimcni ana physical been ante to discover and article which is now nflnrcil with the greatest confidence for the toilet as tho best thingever discovered, for, for its softening and penetrating quality 10 iirouuuu 11 kuuu nuau 01 nair 10 prevent u irom falling off when baldness is apprehended to restore it when baldness nas taken place, and to prevent it from turning gray. It ii is more nourishing than po matum, antique uu, or vsuiognc water, 11 is a iicnun fill article for ladies curls it makes tho hair soft and lively, nnd produces uncommon brilliancy. Thous ands nave tested its superior virtues nnd excellence, nnd in every instance it stands unrivalled. It is an infallible cure in all nficctions of the s'.in on the head as dandruff, etc. etc. Every family should be sup plied with a but tie of this oil, that by its application to tho head and hair of children, the beautiful and or namental appendage of a fine-head of hnic, which na ture has supplied us may be preserved. From the numerous certificates a nd recommendations received of its salutary influence, the Doctor feels firmly per suaded lie has succeeded in producing an article which will meet the desired wishes and approbation of the dnblic. .For salo wholesale and retail by A. HITCH COCK & Co. 1 17 Genesee st. Utica, N. Y. In Bur lington, by J. & J. H. PECK & Co. and THEO. A. PECK & Co. In Vcrgcnncs by J.H. Bowman. In Milton, by Burnet & Sawyer. In Georgia, by Loren zo Janes 135 SHEET IKON. boxes Canada Iron. 50 bundle's R. G. English do. just ree'd nnd for Oct. 10. sale by Vilas, Loomis & Co. cr prs. Ladies col'd. and black French Slips, 0J 20 do do. Gaiter Boots, 20 do Misses col'd Slips, 50 do Gent's Pumps, 2 cases Men's seal Boots. Burlingtun, July 11. H. C. STIMSON. QH TOBACCO. 0J keg plug Tol acco, 40 boxes Cavendish do CO packages sheep do 2000 II 4. Leaf do. do. by J. ii J. II. PECK 64 Co. 45 W OOIi TWIN 13 for sale at HOWARD'S. iii23 MH'ASIl KETTLES constantly on hand by Juno 19 J. fc J. If. PECK A. Co. ("lOXGKESS WATER, Jim received a V supply oiuongress. water, nnn ior rmciv MaVVJG. GEO. PirPEltSON. ClOltN BROOMS &, PAH-s-. tOOdoz. corn brooms J 50 doz. patent Pail.-, Jiineiy. .1. cv j. 11. i-ncK 50 Hhd' June 19. UOSTON N. K. HUM. . Gardiner Biewcrs, bv J. & J. ll.PECK&Co. OAA BOSTON Academys and Harmonists, for 4JJ sale at the book store. D. A. BRAMAN. SHAWLS. A largclissortnicnt, comprising nearly every variety of quality and style, for sale by n!2 11. W. C.Vl l.l.N cc uo. CROCKERY, Glass and Chum wares Inrge and small looking glasses, a good assortment, by r,5 N. LOVELY & CO. 1 LOTUS and Cassimercs. TI10 attention of pur- chasers is specially invited to the assortment of cloths, cassimercs, anu vcsimgs 01 ui2 11. W. CATLIN & CO OPKHCH of Hon. Wm. Slade. delivered in the house of representatives, on the 18th and 20th of of January, IHIU. l- orsaieny . a. nu.ai,i. BUFFALO ROBES, single, by 10 bales for salo by thebaic 1IICKOK. i CATLIN. n.VItNES' new Gcugiaiiliv. on the Classification 13 system; a verv ii-el'nl work for school--, jii't ree'd anil lor snle sit the uooKstore jeiu 11 .1 iiiwiAa )f Bales brown sheetings and shirtings. 8 do, OU Vork, power loom, and Dorchester Ticks, for sale by (s30) VILAS, LOOMIS & CO. OILS. liMs. Ai nerica n Linseed Oil. 10 Tierces fall sperm do 5 do winter do do 35 bbls. refined do do J.& J- II. PItK & Co. 8000 SALT. bnh. solar Salt 3000 do steam do I5O0 do line do 1000 do Turks Island do 1000 bbls. fine do IOO do dairy do 250 do coar.-e do 200 sacks dairy do by J. & J. H. PECK & Co Onnflt Nails, Brads Sc America! Iron. ZKJVJVJ ke, Nails from 3d to G0J 250 do Brads from Ga to20a Ilor-e shoe. Iron Scroll and Hame do all sizes Band Iron from 1) to 4J inch Round do do tljdo Sqnarc5 G to 13 do J. & H. Pacs&Co. I 3 llm inni iioiinliir rrmrtly eier known in AmrricH Vegetable Pulmonary Baltam in llm most milimble reiiinl) now linne f,.r coitlis, cobli, iilui or )lnliisic, roiifiiinpiion. whnopiiig rough unit piilmnnmy rIT ctluna ofeifrj kind. Its rule it steadily inerenting. Hnd ihr propneinrK Hre ron-uinllv ireeivlni; 1 lie must fuoiwlilr account of its effeclr. 'I tie fullowing new cerlificules are nlTrred fur piibbr exuminntion. An Intkhestiko Ctir.. Exiraci of a letter from Mr C S Clay, KingMon, Ulsifr cn., N. Y. 10 I lie proprietors. " Yours nf ilie Oili inula will duly irc'd. A rpin,iiknble cure win elTecieil by ihe Vrgjhitile I'nl. menary Bal'.nn in iIir wimer mid prine nf 1835. The pernon, Mr. Moudv, bud been tick a long time with ihe ruiisiinipiinn. Hit pliy-icimu had giten him up. lie was reduced to low hi to iieiinnuli! to help lum.flf, and win raiiting n l.irco (iiianlitv of blood when be commenced lining the ll.ilii.iin, which but effected a complete cure, mid lie it now at bale and hearty a rtrr he whi. Mr. Moody hat rrmoveil liom this town, but he h it prcinlfcd ine 11 more detailed account of hit cate, nliicli I will foi w.ird imi. C. S CLAY. Kingiioii, N. Y. June 25. 1S38. Extract of a lettrr finin Dr. Juroli Mvers. The Vrgftrible Pulinonnrv l)jliiiin lint hern told in lliit cuiinly for two jeait, nnd 1 lie medicine hat gained 1111 tinrnminnn celebrity, lor it -raiceiy in one instance tied ul having Hie itemed filed. I am by no me.int 1 f.ivor nflhe manv nnsirumt. most ol which are im- posilionj upon a crrdulout pulilic, bill llint which I know by use to be rffecuial, I c.nmni help but ziv mj approli it ion thereto. A counieriiii prepumiion h.it been offered hereby n traielling Agent, ofComtiuck, IN. Y. hiiJ theie in anoilier article vended here that i strongly suspected to be spurious. JACOB niTKRS, ni. 1J. Mifllineton. J11ni.1t D ro. Prnn. May 3, 1837. From Dr. Sntmiel Morrell, lo the Proprietoia of the Vrste tatile Piilmonarv Bxlsain. I am satisfied that the Ve- teiable Piilinonasrv Baljim it 11 valuable mcdecine hat been tited in this nl.ice Willi rnmnleie tucrest in an ubsliiiaie complain! of the lungt, aueniled with a tttir. cougli, Intt uf mice, nnd (lie raiting of much tilood, wlutii hail previously resitteil many approteil pretrripliont. Alter using ihe BIihiii one week, ihe iniirni V mice reiurnrd and he wKiitble In tpeak nmli ly. I tin case occurred tome time tinre, and ihe in is now engaged not only in acute tint unnriout btitinets. Ketpectlully, fxc. a. niORRF.Li.. Ii it now more lliau lit: veart ttnre I wm bronchi vrry i.iw by mi Hiieciion oi i lie lungt, nnu inv compmini wat declared lo be ineiirnlilc by a ciiuncil of three pin- sirians. I wts then rentored 10 atgno I health . I Imd enjoyed lor many jeart, by using Ilia Vegetable I'ul nionary Balsam. Since my recovery I have reroin mended llie ll.ilsam in a great many casri uf lung roiiipliunis, anil to tar at 1 ran Irarn, in ute h,it 111. vanahly been followed by much lienrlii, anil in man) liiiianci s 11 has ellecl'U cures wiucii were wnouy unex pened. Samuel Evkrctt, llntion. Marrh Z. IBJ7. For talr. wholesale nnd retail, bv J. J. II PECK & Co., and THEO. A. PECK & Co., Bur lington, VI. 1 HO GROCERIES. J.Uv7 chests young Hyson Tea, 75 do Hy.sonskin, do. 20 bags pepper, 20 do Pimento, 10 do Co Icc SO boxes Pipes 100 do liar. Soap 200 do Raisins 50 Legs do 10 do Pure ginger 400 Mats Cassia St. Croix Rum. Holland Gin. Signette llrandv. Bal limore Gin, American Brandy, Champaignc. Brown and rale sncrry, .Madeira and tsii-ity -Madeira, Mar seills Madeira and Malaga Wine, by June 7. J. & J. H. PF.CK & Co. PINK 1,11.11 15 lOIt, for sale. 80.000 feet 2 in 'h plank inch I oard. 1J inch flouring, nnd sash stuiT, clear and common apply to STRONGS & Co. Prcnarc for Winter. rpHE FARMER'S COOKING STOVE.-The JL subscriber informs his friends nnd the public, that he has on hand a variety of conking ami other Stoves, such as the Fanners, and the premium Cook Stoves; tho Canada Box and several kinds of Parlour stoves. Also Russia and Canada Iron Stove Pipe, Copper Pumns, and Lead pipe for wells or cisterns; all of which he will sell as cheap as can he had in the place. Those wishing to purchase, articles of the abovedescription, will do well to look in at my shop one door north of tho Log Cabin. Burlington, Sept. 30. 1810. II. II. BOSTWICK. CIlGAK. ll 1 1 Ik!-. B. Sugar for sale bv s3 Sept. 25, lSbX H. WHI'IKLF.R. THE Burlington BREWERY has now commenced business, nnd will have now Beer 111 a few days, . when all orders will be punctually I attended to. Builington, Sept. 1810. GEO, PETERSON. rap IV HIV PAIVrSIIOP SPAl'LDINO&MILLS JLl have opened a new Paint Siior on Church-st. two doors soul h of II. Lane's Store, where thev w.ll .lo all kinds of HOIJSK, SHIP, SIGN and CARRIAGE PAINTING, in thuliu-t possible manner and on terms to siiitlho-e who mav favour them with their patron age, icy Paints, Oil, arm'sh and Piiltv, constantly tin hand and for sale. R.O. FPAULUING. Burlington, April 9, 1810. C. It. MILLS. WINDOW SAMU Just received 15, 20 and 217 by 9 casements of sash, a first rate article at 31 and 3J cents per light ; alo all kinds and size--, liirni-licl lo order. Ticonderogn black leal, a lir-t rate article, for sale very low, together with a great variety m inner aril rlcs as cheap as can be found nt any other estublif j,. mcnt in the place. Geo. Pctcrso at K W DIUIC. ESTABLISHMENT.- IN the sign of tho MORTAR one door cast of ., if J. II. Peck tf- Co. The subscribers have opened an Apothecary Store, nnu intend to connnc iiicinscives s;rtcy to that business. They now oiler to tho pulilic general assortment of geniiino Medccines, including all new Cliemicals,nnu tno staniiaru ruteni ;ucu cuics, constant attendance, will ho given, nnd particular at tention paid to prescriptions. ., . r, Burlington, Aug. 20. THEO. A. I'F.Ch. & Co. SINGLE. DOUBLE. UMBILICAL. TUST ree'd a supply of Marsh's celebrated Trusses, ,1 nf ivrrv descrin ion. for sale by tho dozen or angle . . . mupA a 11 i,"i ' k: ,v 1 :n. Oct. M, 1810. Sign of tho Mortar SEALS, Log Cabin letter Seals; plain do. do. mot to letter Seals. Pangsork & BniNs.M aid. THE People's Presidential Candidate, or the life of Win. Henry Harriton, by Richard Hildtcth, for salo at the Book Store, price 20 cts. Burlington, Scpt.'.'J, 1S1u U. A. llUA.MAA. ?AHWEIilS SHOES, a I'.ill ns-orlincnt just L1 ree'd and for sale by II. W. CATLIN U C-o k2AI.EICA.TUS. June 19. 40 casks, bv J. & 'J. PF.CK & Co. CROWX GIjASS. Reilford, Saranac and Clinton crown by J. & J. H. PECK & Co. ClROCKET,ComicaiidPeoplu's Almanacs, for 1810. -1000 for sale nt publishers prices, by Hep. vii.aw, i.uujiia iv Kiu. BOOTS, SHOES & LEATHER. The subscriber having taken tho store formerly occupied bv Messrs. llishon if. Whipple, is now opening a general assortment of Boots, Shoes nnd Leather, which have all been bought for cash nnd will bo sold for the same at tno lowest prices, nnu as the articles arc too numcr ous to mention in an advertisement, although Mr Sta, cy has enlarged ins paper, 1 would simply invito all tc call nnd examine the goods and prices before purchas nig eiscwncrc. Burlington, July 1, 1810. HENRY C. STIMSON, by E. J. Stimson, Agent. 1 flfi ,Joxrs Tin P,ate' i X- 30 blmulcs English 1JL and American Sheet Iron. CO do. do. do. Wire, copper and brass wiro Vellum, for salo by Sep. 2'J. VILAS, t.uujiia at uu. "OOSTON nnd TROY IRON COMPANY. The pulilic are liereliy notiheil, that the business ol casting in every branch and varietv, i done to order, on the shortest notice, ntTrov. Vt. "Tliecomnanv Imvt. much enlarged their foundry, and are now jirepared to do all kinds of work done ut nnv fo indry in ihe country. Mill-gearing, Put Ash 'Kettles, Stove., rio igus, rtxieircu-, occ, on nnnu, orlnrnisliedtoordcr, All who wi-n 10 contract tor stove-plate-, or to pur' chase a largo noantitv of hollow-ware, fur llm ir,.n., of retailing, will I e furnished nt whole.-ali- i.rl.sw on, all who may favor us with their callsor orders, will be ueau ny as nneraiiy as at any establishment in il)L. eouniry. uruer siiouiii tie nitiiresseti to h, R. Cross- man, Siiperintcndant, or A. Young, Agent, Troy, Vt to secure an early roplv, and prompt attention. Troy, Vt., June 1810. jy.n 1 f Hhds. New Orleans Sugar, on consignment, 1 O Aug. G. for salo by N. LOVELY &Co. I FAREWELL'S Gaiter boots, walking shoes and slips, a full assortment : Ladies lincu'd India rub ber shoes ; plain do, Umbrellas, fancy work baskets, 1 1. . 1 1 . ... xr T r.trl r .c. r.. uucii giuvi's auu iiiiuciis. it. iiuinui i EV GOODS. Sidney Barlow has received a 1 1 L'cneral assortment of uoods- nt his old store on Pearl street, which will be sold cheap enough. N. B. Wool received for kooiN B irlinglon Mnv.28. UNCOLORED BOAS, otter, seal nnd cloth caps, muffs, collars, capes, down, angola nnd fur tiiiu- lungs, Dim nnu iiiuiuuriiiugcB. nir gnivcs, i uiuji, uy i. i.uvi.ia ct ivu. ROB ROY Belvidier, 8-4ths. Brocha Kahylc, em broidered Thibet Shawls; black, white, and scar let merino do. G-lth rnw silk, chally, muslin do laine nnd Saxony do. Woolen, Thibet nnd fancy scarfs, just received by I. LOVELY, fc i;u. ALPACCA CLOTHS for cloaks t crapes, camb. lets, cnmhletccns, goats' hair nnd common wors ted cnmblcts, printed Saxon ys, plain nnd figured ol pines, plain and printed muslin de laities, nil wool, now opening by N. LOVELY & CO. CONFECTIONARIES Just received, a selected variety of Stuart's celebrated coiifectionnrics neatly put up for retail trade. Also at wholesale. ' ' THEO. A. PECK, & CO. T7URS. Otter, seal nnd nutria caps ; lynx nnd coney 1 tnnfTn boas i snuirrel. natural collars t swan, conoy, nnd nutria trimmings ; buffalo robost for snlnby ma 11. it. mi i ni" w, f) CASES whilo nnd col'd Spool Thrrnd, l do Pins Zi rtlVlllis. wliita nnd nssorlnil Thread. 500 gross gilt nnd fancy Horn Buttons, 20 do Fnncy Soaps, just Sept. 21. ree'd and forfcalo hy Vilas, Loomis & Co. r nif. r. innn anil Hrown Sugar. Teas, Coffee, sperm XJ cnndles, winter Ktrnined lamp oil, molasses, rice, nutmegs, Eng. currants, soita cracKcrs, ciovcs, cinna mon, snlcratus, broom &c for snlo by nl n;, LOVELY, & CO. LYMAN & COLE, have received iheir tisua extensive assortment of fall and winter goods omnrising a great variety id figured snxonv, duublu do Laine, &e. Fignreil Alepine, figiirtMl1 and nla?n Lngllsli njerinos, Gro de Naples and French do. worMtii v-nmieteen-. Alpacca Uloth, 'I hiliel Merino eVc. beautiful articles for ladies clnaL-u r,,: .' Salisbury Flannel, lignred Circassians &c. Goats nair aim niiiiiiiion camlets, urociicllu, l'i-r-inn eloth &c. Ilitavy double milled Broad Cloth, (leaver and Pilot Cloths, Rich Diamond Heaver Cloth, a new ur- ln le lor iieiitieinens over Uonts. A large number of heavy worsieu snavi, a lew U'lpins liest Merino and Cashmere do, Netting, Palatine anil Kdenboro, do. Rich Chally, Moiisclinc de Laine ami Ch-mal li.ii. r.' c,., i Yi,r 1 ,wrl,MC tuples nnd other onus, ricn iiKuru.1 uiui: uinuK. iirown anil n nvm nr. Gloves and Hosiery. 1 Cotton sheeting, shirlin DOMESTIC GOODS tick in '.nl,,A?i!,li.r7,??i,1iv;1.lSn ""In'or InMi Linen TAILORS 'PRIMINGS Sewui-r Silt. T...!.. .,,.1 Thread, Padding, Canvass, Selecia. col'd Jmw irmun nnd tlni.t.' I .(,..... ll.l W..l r...l..J xi, 1 mi ouiar. oi k uu., oils, ninuillg, O K UOh It. Wor- d Binding &c. &c. VESTING. Wun'en Vilvcl. Silk Velvet. Vnlfnn'. Silk Satin c. Silk Velvet for trinimimrn nvm-i.J cuiiirs. iiu.-iyn i iicuhs ior cmiiireiis wear. TtJfOORir.S ESSENCE OF LIFE. A Valuable Aim. miHiicine. Which. I nnh v nnu liiv . . Ill I.. ,1, means of -aviiig tliousnnds from nn untimely grave It ha i,con tcll nnd used for I nnv veart. u-nl, .r....n siicress, and (omul very clficncions in the following uiscasc-, vii. v.iiiiMi.iipiinn, rrnooping roughs, com mon Cough., Co'il, ilifll-'nll Breathing, influenza Oiiiusy. Asihma. I'lillii.ic. Snitiinc uf lllnn.1 no,,. lency, In bgu.tion, Looseness of ihe Bowel-, Fits of every kind, tramp, Rickets, Colic, Catarrh, Dy-en- "irv, "'""i yi'.'siiiiii'iriau Aiieciions, Ueadaclie. Sickness ut biomach, Mea.le, a preventive of Con- inaiii is "'""""i nnu iiiieiimaiisin, Cr'Thiinbove MoJicinoitprennrixI bvllenrv Sev moiir.ol Iladley, .Mass. (roin the Original Recine. bv iheiliroi'iiou of said Moore, nnd sold by him and the irnisi'i iniiiiF"" " uiinnioiiiics Sold wholesale and retail, byj.&. nndThco. A. Peck & Co.. Burlinirinr dcaleri (cavrally throughout the country, T IHE LION OF THE DAY. NO CURE NO PAY! The Genuine old Dutch or Ger man Vegetable Pills. Highly recommended by Doct. Valentine Mott, M. D. of N. V., and others. These are the orders ! Any one that does not imd re lief from the.-e pills the price is refunded back, these are the po-uive orders of the Proprietor to agents and ethers. In ottering these pills to the public, 1 appeal to their intelligence. If these pills are not what they recommended, you are in duty bound out of re.-neci to yourself and community to reject them, nod pnblish them to the world as nn imposition, humbug nnd quackery. The public may lie assured they are purely vegetable, thev are comnosed of nine ingrcdints. part ot the medicine is only found in Asia and in the val- levs 01 ucriiiauv cuiiveinuiicv uic.-c cxiracis lire niaue uiiti mils anu win oe luuuii sure cure ir ru lief for all billious eomnlnints, yellow and billions lever, lever and tiguir, jaundice, scarlet rash, tiilliou: choliu iti-pepsia. etc. it is noi pretended Hint this meihcincis a cure for all disease, to which the human vstem is liable. Ten thousand useless, ed'orts have been made to drawfrom the regions ot unknown fancy some long-spun theory of magic art, which would cute each and every disease. Goal medicine is not lounuin the lire or wiiir.winu. iicaitn nnu happiness bang unon chance wind. time is the herald of truth. The past at least is secure ; they have already rai-eil a monument oi their greatness wmcn win uciy the corroding tooth of tune. Noneean beGeniiine without a wrapper and directions on each box on which my name is wriiten ai icngin. .-uiu wnuiesuie nnu remu by the subscriber at Glen's Fulls, by A. B. & I). Sand 70, and 100 Futton st. and II. M. Meig, 388 South MaJket st. Alliany. liaum cc tinwiev, aiu siver st. 1 roy, General Agents lor the state oi new i orK. iur.miiii ujvirnis. For sale bv Wm. Rhodes and E. B. Green. Rich mond: Morton & Clark, and D. & D. S. Lathrop, Winston ; Hagar & Conistoek. Shell urn ; H. Stanton, Eex : Geo. 11. O.ikes. nnd Albert Barney. Jericho: J. R. Hiirlbut, We-lford; J. II. Barne, Charlotte; R. Moixlv and tieo. reterson. uurimgion : and tv r.. iikiuus, iiurlington, Agent ior nitienuen v.o., wnere auh-Agents can he siippiicu nt wnoiesniu prices. tCPIMPORTANT CAUTION.Ol It is a singular fact and one much to be regretted that valuable medicines, as soon as they I ccoine pop mar, nnd have received the tc-t nnd approval of a discriminating public, arc sure to l.e counterfeited, nnd thus n bad and spurious article is immediately palmed nponiheunsiispcctingforlliu genuine. This hasbecn notoriously the case with all popular tried nnd truly valuable mcdicne for year pat, and will probably eonlincctole the case for years to come. The ba-e and conteinptiblu counterfeit in this way meanly takes advantage ol all llm elliirt. nml ndvi-r- tising used by the proprietors of the genuine article, uigci ineir iiieiiicines lino use nna iie.erveil populari ty. It is therefore not less theduty than it contributes to Ihe safety of every honest individual in the com- in-inity to expose frown down, and forever nfierDIS TRULTull HEARTLKSS INGRATLS who thus irre- poii'ililv trille wnh health nnd life. lUr-lbtFOUK TAKE NOTICKJl There fs a Derson bv the name of J. It. TI7)CHK. FORT, now engaged in selling n Pill done up in boxes in cxacland perfect imitation of the genuine INDIAN word on the Boxes viz. Wmr.iiT. The Pill sold I v this Kochcfort nre evidently intended n n fraud and iiiikisiiuii upon ine coiniuiiniiy, or they would not have been done up in such exacf imitation of the gen uine. This person is tall blustering with a great the atrical swagger. He wns recently known as a erv poor player in Baltimore, under the musical cognomen of Jim Brown, and is al out twenty live years of age It is almost beyond a doubt that he is supplied with the Pills Irom u Druggist firm in this city, who have heretofore been notoriously connected with counter feit medicine. As soon as proof is obtained the foun tain head of this nefarious business will beexpo-ed, that the community may shun them as they would a serpent. IN THE MEAN TIME THfi PUBLIC ARE CAU TIONED against buying WRIGHTS Indian Yf.gktam.ii Pills of anyone who does not exhibit a certilieaieof at'en- cy signed by the agent for the New England Sfates and bearing date since January 1810. Also take par ticular notice that I he fullowing wonting is on th box es Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills find. Purgative) nCi... Mi,i,,i, a f.n ,.rtj..i.i. ' J'lie Indian Vezftable I'fllt are a certain cure fur distase in its eyry v.irirlyof form, hi-c.iute lliey tho rough!) cleanse the sionmcli and lioivel., induce a pin. per diii lMrue by the lungt, skin and kulnei, nniltli. miibite I tie liloud lo piuifv itself. In other words iIm-v open HllilieiMinr.il drains, nnd le,ie KA1UllK(fi( GrunJ Phytician) nee lo diiie ibserfre 1'iuiii llie hotly. I lie ulioie omlelt, or drain, lire llie ciuniunn sewers uf the body, llnoiijjli -ibicli nil nioilud imd eui nipt liuniiirt (ihe emise ol disease) aie rarried off ; -ind to long at lliey aie all kept npcu, nnd iliscli.irgt- lieel) Iheir allotted iiorliont ol Ininiir uy, ilir tindy will run. nuns inhralih : bin when from ruling iniiuonei luod. uieathing uupuic hi', sudden transitions bum he.il lo cold, oier exhaustion or any oilier rpu-e, the bowels become costive, ihe poies ol ihe skin brrnnie closed, or ihekidne,t fail (,i perfirni llieii funeiinnt pruprily. Ihe unpui met Hhicli thuiiid lie ill ained limn I lie body by lliere ouilets. Hill be retained, and roulinue lo ac cuinubile until the body beenini-t literally loaded niili disaie. If ilie clunnelt of our migluv rivert should become blocked up, wonld not ihe accumulated wains hail new nuili-tt, or the country become iniiniMipd Just to with the human body ; ifthe n.iliiinl drains be come closed, Ihe slncn.ini ami ruiiupl hiiuinrs u ill Imd vein in the vaiinus foinm of disea-e surh as Feirr, Sm.ill Pox, Measles, Rhriiinmisin, Goal, Apoplexy, Sc. or Heath u ill eul our sullei nigs. Iheirhue, when sickness ut I lie slninach, p.iint in i lie lurk and side, quick pulse, binning skin, or any oilier iiuplr.i jhiii symptoms, inilicnie that one ur mine of ihe. nn. lunil ill urns are not ilisctirging lieely, mid the coiimi union it about in cuniinencf a smmie (or I In- resiura. lion of hpiillh, no lime thntild be losl in ndinini-'f ring a few brisk dose, uf the Indian PiufHiiie Indian Ve getable Pilli.) By au doing, all the Iiiiiciioih .if the liody will he reslorea lo order, mil t lie luin iiiiinurt (the came of every infl.unilinn or p un we tuffer) nil l-a removed in to easy and natural a manner, Ihni llie liCMly will lie irtloreil at if hy a charm. Ihe aboir Pills may be taken at ALL limes and under ALL eir ciimsiaiieet. with neifrri t.ifetv. Thev suit all com paintt and all ages, and are In ihe liniii.in eiinsiiiiiiiun at luuil : consrquemly I lie can nsnsrityux eirn t lie moti delicate. Like our food, lliey me dige siible ; therefore they enter inlo llie ciiciil.niun and impart an energy lo ine moon, winch enables n to now with iree duin quite lo the exueni'uies and consequently to keep lilt poret ofihe skin open. They are true and pfift-ct purifiert nf llie blnud; bec.iuse lliey drain all ciiirupi liomors fiom Mmi life giving fluid. I'liey imparl tlrength nnd vigoi to the uluile system, and their rf fern are.ibvny lipurficlal ; beraii'se lliey onlr remoir llinse tuimnrs whii h arc opposed lo he.ilih. I'hey aid and improve digestion, and sound sleep follows iheir use: beciiisn they cleanse tho sioumrh and bowels ol ihotei slimy liiiiiioins which nut null irrit.ue andrxeiie the ueivous system, bill painlyzc and wakm llie dis geslite organi. In short lliey pntsest all lliey guod properties that can be rlaimed loi any medicine : and what hit very remarkable, it it utterly iiupusib'e lo use them wiilioin benefit , Price 23 cents per Box, with full dircf-n'on, Oillci and General Depot for llie New England Stales, No. l98TremontSlreel,near Court street, Boston. The regular appointed Agents ran receive their sup plies of the above popular Pills, ns heretofore, from the only olficeand general depot fur the New England State-, lOSTremont street, llo-lon. Pedlars or trav elling agents are not allowedtosell the genuine Indian vegetable PilN, therefore never purchase (rum them, for ff voudo von will be sure to obtain a dangerous and counterfeit article. si I Tiieo. A. Peck & Co, Agents in Burlington, fur the sale of the Indian Vegetable Pills. nUo, W.ll. Hollet, wiiiiMon, l. and A. iirinsmuiii, iiurlington. LOOK AT TIIIH.1IAVE VCU A COUOH1 70,000 me or consumption every year in the United Stnte, and millions su.ler feoHi troublesome coughs nnd colds, that can ba turud by Dr. M. Hitch-coc-k's egclnUe Virgin Cream Cough Drops, a safe medical prescription, eotitaing no poisonous dmg, and itfed in nn extensive practice; for several years will most positively nllbrd relief, nnd snve you from that awful discace, pulmonary consumption, which usually sweeeps into the grave hunnreds efllie young, the old, the fair, the lovely and the gay. Have you a cough 7 vi.--ou.iuii io iurcune n uotiieoi the uongh nrops to-day I I u-lnorrnu-mnv I inn Im.. Itu. unn a eoughl Dr. Hitcecok's Vegetable Virgin Cream Cough Crops is the only remedy von should lake to cure you. fur thisplaig reason. That in no one of the th.viand cases where it has been u-ed has it railed to relieve Price 75cenl per bottle. For sale, wholesale nnd Re tail, by A. HITCHCOCK & CO. No. 117 Gene-ee st., utica, 1 . And ly their ngcnls throughout the United Stntes. In Burlington, by J. & J. H. Peck & Co., Theo. A. Peck & Co. In Vcrccnnes, by J. H. Bowman. In Milton, hy Burnet & Sawyer. In Geor gia, by Lorenzo Janes. au.2 !li:iATIC ELIXlIt, A CLLEBRATED remedy for comiilnints arising UX. from a discanl state of ihe LIVER and its Secre tions ; the following nre a few of its symptoms, weakness i,( the stomach, Indigestion, loss of appetite lowness of Spirits and Headache ; it will l.e found a sure remedy fiir Eruptions on the Face. In come quenee of tneir leing many nostrums circulating in this part of the country, Ihe subscriber nre niitltorizcx to warrant its benehcial o.l'ects. This article is jint received, and o'lered lo the public as one well wiirlh the attention of those who are afflicted by complaints from the above di-case; it I eing from' an eminent physician we feel confident in thus recommending it. Oct.G.lSIO. TIIEO. A. PECK & Co., Sign of the Mortar, one door cat of J & J II Peck & Co T OTION. LOTION. DR. EVANS' IIEA.UTI- LJ FVING LOTION. Highly esteemed for curing all Eruptions Coarseness, Redness nnd Pimples on the Face Neck or hands, and ellectually cleaning ibe comnlexion, nnd removing all dieascs of the skin1 roilung contribute so mucn lo our general success, in lile, as nn engaging hrst appearance, i ins Lotion i. admired a most fragrant, mild, safe wah and great ly esteemed for its virtues in cleansing, softening, and purifying the skin of all eruptions, so injurious to fe male ucuiiiv. uiiu restoring ii iu n iiiuu ucu'iru ui im- ritv. A beautiful complexion is ihe pride of nil who possess it, and the envy oftho-e who are deprived of it. What is so alfectingto a beautiful fcmahv'n whoso face nature has displayed her power, as lo find her complex ion discoloured with disgusting pimples, which mar her chaims 1 A good appearance is the bet recom mendation ; and as the Beautifying Lotion purifies the skin, and removes aimmples, uiotches, lau, Sunburn and Redness, and produces a beautiful hue. it is the only cosmetic a lady should ns at her toilet. Gentlemen will nil nlso Imd this a delightful remedy, to remove nil IUnighness, Pimples, Ringwotms, Spots, Rrxlnest, Sorenes of the face and noee, and every kind of erup tion on the surface of tha human ktxly. I; js particu larly rccomtneiuieu to gentlemen io le men alter sha ving, as it will prevent Ihe otherwise certain eject ol all common soap, in turning ihe pearl premnlnrc'v grey. For snle Wholfsole nnd retail bv A. HITCH. COCK & Co., No. 1 17 Gcne-eo street, Utica. In Bur lington, bv J. & J. II. Peck & Co.. and Theo. A. Peck & Co. In Vcrgennes, by J. H, Bowman. In Milton, by Burnett & Sawyer. In Georgia, by Lrcnzo J nnrs aug w. SIIMOIAN'S WO KM I.OZIN(;ES. CHILDREN or adults can take medicine in thi L form without diflleully. It is the only way to tnaUe it pleasant. I lie.-c luzcii.ts are t lie great est discovery ever made, for dispelling the vn nous Muds oi worms mat so ireo'ienny and distress singly nnnoy both children nnd adults. They are nn infallible ru'iicdy, nnd so pleasant to the taste that children will take them as readily as a common pep permint lozenge. Many utn-a-es arise irom worm-, without its being suspected. omelimes a very trouble some cough, pains in the joints or limbs, bleeding a ihe nose, &c. arc occasioned by worms, and can hi easily cured by this celebrated medicine. The follow ing symptom, indicate the presence of worm--, viz : headache, vertigo, torpor, distorted dreams, sleep broken oil' by fright nnd screaming, convulsion, fe veriliuess, thirst, pallid line, bad taste in the mouth, ollcn-ive breath, cough, iliineult breathing, itcliin; at the nose, pnins in the stomach, nausea, sriueami-lr lies-, vorncity, leanness, tene.mus, itching at the anus towards night, and nt length, dc;cctions nnd liluis nnd itiucu-. One is a do-e for a child two years old two for one four years old ihrce for eight years, and five fur an adull, nnd should be repealed every morning, or every other morning until relieved, IliP Sold at Ihe Variety store by PANGBORN & BRINSMAll), Je nellet; Burlington, Vt. wholesale Agents. A liberal discount to merchants who buy to tell ngain. HUilIOHS 1 1 Notwithstanding the pnbliojour nals of thvday, are already crowded with noti ces of Medicines, in'which the public have very little confidence, I have concluded to say to tho-e allbcted with Salt Rheum, St. Anthony's fire, (or Erysipelas,) Scald-Head, Leprosy, or any other cutaneous eruption als ha-ft been found a remedy for Sick-Headache which nri-cs from humors in the .stomach. That I have Ibtmil a sale and e'lectual remedy by mi internal application, withoit altering the diet or habits (ii Icmpcra'e) nnd without injuring the constitution or eyesight. 1 have I een most seriously allliuled with a complaint called Leprosy, lor fourteen years, while the ablest 1'hysicians could give me but utile encour agement or relief, calling it an inciirahledisca-e. After many year experimenting on mvtelf, nlthe hazard of my life, I have, by the blessing of God made this discovery, and am now ready tuny to couvnp-e my lel low sufleicrs of the fact in my own person, nnd assist ihem to a like remedy, for a reasonable compensation. Vet I am not inseii'il.leol the difficulty to call public attention, so of en deceived, to a new Compound. But from its beneficial eflccts upon my my-tll, and upon others aUo who given it a trial, 'I am in duced to oiler it to the public, with full directions for uing. signed Charles Jones, in my own hand writitu lolc genuine, and fur their accomodation it will bt lelt with most ol the principal Druggists in the Uni ted Slates as soon as convenient, with a few certi ficates of its efficacy, such a may follow this no. lice. Ai.sn. mav be found with it. a safe, easv and in fallible (internal) remely fiir the Pile, prepared by a skillful hand of the medical faculty.is called Pilet lor morhoids, which if u?ed will surely recommend itself. Jf-All communications respecting ihe.e Medicine-, must l.e postage paid, to re -eive attention. Claremont, N. H.Sept.2G, IS 10. Charles Jones. Y the Public. I hereby certify that my wife ha licen severely allhetrd fur the last two yeirs with a scrofulas humor the Saltrheume, orsoinethinffuf that nature) having applied to several Physicians and tried almost every thing which i recommended for such complaints, but to no purpose. At last hearing ul a medicine nrepnrcd by Mr. CiunLEt. Jones, of this town, she resolved to try it. and tu six weeks after she l--gn to me it, was completely cured. I wool I, therefore, recommend this medicine to all who are al llicted with scro liilas hiimore. such as have been pro nounced bv nearly nil Physicians fneuralle, and am comment that they will nnu immeuinte rebel. Claremont, Aug. 4, 1840. Wm. Roisiter. A Card. The undersigned takes this method to sav to those whe nre alllicted with humors of nnv kind. that he has lcen must seriously alllicted fur ten or twelve years with a cutaneous complaint called Salt rhcitme'cr Leprosy which has ever I een pronounced incnral le. And knowing that the vame was. heredit ary in our family I had despaired nf ever finding rebel, ha'ving failed in all my attempts to cure, until hist spring I learned that my brother L harle,whn had 1 een fur fourteen years in the same sinia'ion had fun in I a ntu and ctleetual rcme.iv, without arcring llie met or habits, for which I applied, and was lurnished with a nun in urups, auu j c;ui uuw say uiai nucr ii-ius uue all' im-humor was comnle civ eradicated without in- piring my heal'h, and 1 have nodou! t but others may find, the same in thi- powerful medicine, as 1 uniler- stand some already have. He has declined makins.it very pul lie at pre ent, yet I think others may al o find it I y applying ai ins resilience in c-i uirnnuni ioi inepre-cni. jiuis juhh. Claremont, August 1, Ibto. A Card The undersigned feels a diiTidence in llm ollcring his testimony in favor of a "new Medeeine," prcputed by hisown'Falhcr, and cannot hope lor the conlidcncc which would lis put in one who would strm niiire ihsintcri-sted. lint he li-gs leave to say, that fursix years he had Leen irotilleil with a humor ini-iimes ealleil enrosy. which had ut late I ccoine a serious allhciion; anil knowing that his, Father and other had in vain tried every prubal le remedy, he had nut the most ui-tant expectation oi over iinumg a cure, ueing inuuccdioiry a pmai oi nis raiuer s iiieu speisly, nnd ho lielicves e tectnal cure. It others shall le itiilm-ed bv this to rid theiu-elve, of a loathsome enmplaini, his end will l.e atiwerol. r.rnA Jones. tiimersitv of Vermont. Burlington. Aug. 1S10. Dn. PIIINNEYS FAMILY PILt.lor remo ving symptoms of irrt ntion arbing from foul stomach nnd bowels; such as loss of uppetite, or morbid cravings for fowl, sickness or vomitnng, pains or an uneay jensation at the pit of stomach with sourness, and a cotive state of tbebowels, flatu lence with fulness of these parts, and pain on pressure, with fainlness, jaundice, dy-cntnry, pain In either side, nnd piles. Allection; of the head, dizziness, stu por, weakucs, depression of spirits, hysteria, hypo chondria, and often di-lurl od sleep, sick head acho so common with feel le, delicate person, especially iemaie.s, oinrrnuta, or looenets oi the bowels, anu uy seniary, dnea-e r,f the skin, and worms to frequent with children, nllcclions of the chest, such as coueli, or uiincniiy ut breathing, occasioned very ireqeently by a disordered state of the stomach. Monthly nllec- tions of females, when checked by general debility with loss ofappeltle, attended with cold feet, etc., ague nnd fever, in'lucnza, rheumatic a lections of the joints, scrofula, tic dolorous, or painlul nl!e(ion uflbe nerve of the face, neck and shoulders. 1 have found them t-liil in removing chronic, catarrh, il per-evcred in r some time, in smaller dose. Thev ore accommo dated to all age-, (children ofn year old may safely neineni,) anu to any climate, nnd under all circnm laiices. Thev contain no mercury nor other mineral. They are purely vegetal le. Dose! Two lo four may be taken at a tune, and repeated every other night. until llie tong-ie Is clean, and the discharge from thu bowels, Instead tf being light colored or tlnrk and of fensive, 1 ecomes free and full and healthy, with a re turn tif appetite. CF.RTI FICATES. -The undersigned has had tho pleasure olan acquaintance wild Dr S. Plnnnev ful some year past, during hi residence in thi Villagv. where he ha attained a high character as a physician He has had an opportunity also in repealed in-tancev ol testing the value ul (he ''Family Pills," nnd from hi own experience of their ellicacy, as well ns from a iiuwiiiii: i'i ineir KuuiiciLvisui uiner case, ue uui o hesitation in recommending them to be iu-t what they proft'sK to be, a very valuable Family Medicine. riiujiAs .vi. mu i ii, Patter of the Presbyterian church, Catskill N'.Y. I feel il to le a privilege and duty to say, thai lo thtj extent of my observation and experience, which is verycoiisiueraiiie u iring several year.-, ine utility oi lie article both lor uy-pep-y and as a most elficaciou family Medicine, far exceeded my anticipation. More than thirty years 1 have not enjoyed health, but ullercil much Irom sci; iiead-ache, and Irom billions llcction-. 1 have had the advice of many re-peetab! physician, but never found any electiial relief from my complaints until atrial Ol ur I'hinney's ruis nau been made. Samuel Churciiili. llarmonsbiirg. Crawford Co., Pa., July, 1833. Catskill, Greene Co., N. Y April. IS25. To all wh.m it may concern : This certifies that Dr Phiuncv i-a Physician of the first standing in thi illage, having received his medical degree at Cam ridge University, and ii entitled lo the highest resnocl from the public. Hcv. David I'orter, u. u. t(ev. Joseph frenliss, A. .: Thomas B. Cooke. Pre-ident of Catskill Bank I Rev. Thomas M Smith; Jacob Haight; Robert Dor Ion, Coun-cllor ; John Adam, do; M. Watson, do. 11 these put do not give alisiaction altera lair trial ley may l.e returned, and the money will be rcfudded. Agents are hereby authorized lo do so. Agents. R. Moody, Burlington ; L. Janes, Georgia; T. W Smith, St. All ans ; C. L. Drake, We,t Millon and at most of thestores in Ihe state. o30.3m tf"H3ERVE. that the genuine Cough and Worm Lo- VJr zenges nnd ull others, made bv Dr. A. Sherman. are told In boxe. staled up nnd have the name of "A. Sherman, M, D." on the Boxes, Purchasers will plca'ii remcmi t-r mis an the popularity oi inese nriiete-, tin induced many individuals to make an article, far info nor, to sell, when these articles nruenquired for, Tho poor Man' t'lasters nnd nhermnn's l.ozengcrs, are Sold at tho Variety Store, I'ancidohn ac Urinjsiaid. . IlLlisblNG to Mothers. Auierienn Soothln iV Svrun fur childron culling teeth. The timely use of this article will save children much pain, oflen a rovxrnnu tliu painiiu opcraiiouui min iui; uic viuin, nrim rulnce.1 to 371 cit. GmKrev's Conlial an excel lent article lor lb nuriey 121 cts., bulb iho.eiiriiclcs sold nt I he variety more. I'angdorn a. hhinsmaiu. sjoii wi.oiesaie aim retail, i,y J, II, Feck Co nilOAD CLOTHS. Beaver nnd Pilot coth. cassi ItlsTi - -V.;.,inS .1 . fimslnn aml hy lhlM-D mere, colored and white Flannels, a full assort pent, Tcry cbeap for cuh bjr N. LOVELY & CO SHERMAN'S POOR MAN'S PLASTER. ONl.V 12J ceuls each. Each plaster has printed on the back of it, "Sherman's Poor man' plaster." It is Ihe best strengthening plaster in the world, and n sovereign remedy 11 r pain or weauness in inuiaci., lOin, Slue, lillil-l, lltvn, lliiii-s, ji.iiiir, 1 i.w...... in...,., lumbngo, fie. Ace. Oiionlillton a year yill not supply theilemaud. 1 uey rtipuren nine warming iciure nil plication. Warranted superior to all others, and for one quarter the usual price, making not only ine 1 est, but the cheapest planer in llie world. 11 auonis rt-nei in a few hours, and makes astonishing cun t. Inliv complaint and dyspepsia, it should le worn over the region of llie liver or stomach, and it will a'liird great and astonishing relief. In cough,eotil--, alhma,ihih-i-,iltv of breathing, oppression of ihe che-t or slomach ll.cy Will imiueiunieiy suuiu, nun priiiuy 1 eiiciu ine patient. Persons of sedentary habits, or tho eubligod to stand much, will receive uecweii support irom one of thee truly, strengthening piasters. I hyician gen orally recommend ihem, in preference to all others,l e cause thev stick or adhere letter and a ford grcatc reili'l. ill ineir upcraiii'ii liny nre fiiiuiiiuiii, ionic, and nnrslyne. They are composed of entirely diilerent fr.grlients irom nny oiner; nnu known irom ihe ex lcrieneoof millions, who have use 1 them, ns well n the uuitetl te-timony, of nil the celebrated and ibstin irihi.l clergy and physicians. 10 be llie most u.ef l and lugniy meiucniiiitaster,ever mventisl or oi:cnsl to the pub'h. Several persons have calliil at the ware nousc 10 express ineir siirpri.e anu inanks at the almost mtracuioiiH cures inete piasters have elli-cteil, One man who had been so alllicted with rheiimnii.ii. as to las unable to uress nunsell without assistance, was enabled after wearing one, only one night to get 111valonuintho1norning.mil nn hi. elniln.. n.u at our oflicc with eye. I earning with joy and his tongu pouring forth the gladness of his heart, at l ho sudden nnd slanul relief hu had rctvivcl from this ,et ol hI remedies Ask for Dri Sherman's Poor Man's Plaster. It is so called, bevause tliu price place il in the power ot all to purchase, being only ri cts. aa'il al ilia va rieiytiurr"v a.wiuuiws iuiiiv.uaii, Jewellers, Burlington, Vt. wholesale agents. A libe ta dus-cum to tufrcbtnu who buy to ecll tgaia, University of Vermont, Burlington, Aug, 1S10. A Card. Hearing of a Medeeine prepared bv Mr. Uliarles june, 01 mis town, iur numurs, nun uaiuu ...n iisi ln-ni-iii-ial e lecls. I applied fur it for nn- lull daughter 4 years of age, much atlhctc.l wuh Salt Rheum. snmiKsed to l.e an hereditary complaint. I can now say that after Using it six weeks my hopes nrciiiuv reuiirtcu 111 " viiru wiuu-ui ininriiiK i ut-1 iiu-i ; health, nnu can now recuiiiiueiiii 11 10 oiuers n n sail and inl.illibic remeuy iur siicucuiupiainis. Claremont, N. H. Sept. 15, Is 10. Mart L. Ierkt. I hereby certify that 1 have been intimately ae Minted with Mr. Charles Jii.tes. of Claremont. N. II. tor n number of years lat past, and have been consul ted by and prcscrilcd for him, for a very obstinate disease 01 llie sum, vveu kiiuvvii uy ine name ui i-upru: Imi conl I do no more than mitigate the disease d.r linvM Sin.-., be lias A li-ete I a radical cure bv mean of hit Dram forllumois. I have examined 'htm am am happv tu'say that his kiu is peifivtly smooth and Iree Irom tno disease, james vnu.inir., 1 nysiciau Franeestown, Ni IL, Sept. 15, IS10. I have been acquainted with Mr. Charles Jones for a number of year-, have practiced in his family, and administered medicine ior nis oisea cm ine si.111, muni or les, for ten or twelve years, past without a radical corp. He now annrars lobe perfct-ilv curisl by some drops which he prepare-, and which so far a I am acquainted with ihem ptomi.e to be ot great utility licll ihscasc. .vii'sr.1 vvuno, .u. Springfield, Vt. Sept. -4, IS 10. I have prescribed remedie-, and adininistered mcdi inc. for C. Joue.'i. humor which 1 cnlled l.ciiro more or less fur fourteen viars without a conuib .nr.- fins heme an uncommon ca e.) He now appears lo have a hint cure irom ntsown uiseuvcry, nnu iruni whall sec nf its elects upon others n o, 1 am 01 opi mon it may be of much beneht totnccoiiimtiniiy. IIMOTIIT s, KLEAsl'rl, V. Claremont, Sept. 15, IS 10, trT'This medicine makes no vain pretensions; nor excites any hopes whu-h will not le fully realised. Come and try tor vonr-eive, any wno are attiicieii ;.L .1: '.r.Ul w I :.. I I. ...... I f t .. ,ku -lore ol Marl in if liolerl Momly, druggist, llnrlinglon, and with 1 Wires Esq, Cambridge I. 1 nn ,vh stuffs 1 UU bbls. Cam Wood 200 do Log Wood St. Pomi'iio 350 do Log Wood CanpMchy 150 do Fislio . 200 do Nicaragua 10 do Alum . . 25 do Blue Uriol 30 do MaiWer c,v ...rl.nvs Od Vitriol Muriatic Acid, Aqua Fur'i, Nitric Acid, Cnreitina liar Wood, Peach Wood, Q-ier Citron Bark, Spaiuil Flotant nnd uengai iniiigu. Papers, Ji line I'J- nnd Bengal Indigo. Lao Dye, NuttGallt. press Jackt,Tcnler Hooks, Cronm Tartar and Agal D. by J. & J. H. PECK & Co. VSllllunl lilinnin iur muviiijj, vi.irwcu lius in, Warrin's bet Needles. Silver Thimble and lots of new Good, opening at the ariety Store. MiS l'CTIC ODONTICA. I HE TEETli! 1V1 THE TEETH !! Tut: l.st Mi'AnAiiLD Tooth Piif.parttion. The fact is proved, and llie most in credulous ad doubling are fully convinced, as we hav tie evidence trotn me sale 01 xu.uuu i oxes 01 the u.ion tica. within the pa-t year, lhat the Utopiou dreams ol the alchyinist are realizeil, and a remedy discovered ior preserving itio-e imponani anu iist;iiii appenuages of the human" system, hy ihe use of the Magnetic Odou Ilea, which by Its attractive, mid strengthening quali ties, remnves'ull extraneous substances from the teeth and preierVes them in theirnatural brilliancy, and tho gums in soundness and beauty. It is ascertained from experience, that when used, the teeth will never de cay, 1 uu remain till tno laic-t age 01 man, Willi ineir natural wear. When they are" decayed, its progres will l.e arrested, and 1 he teeth pre-crved and prevented and preserved from aching all ibis has been dune in a tniilti ude of instances : and more in thousands ol oa-es, nervous toothache, (that climax of pain) has at once I een e 'ivtuallj cured ly popular ilenlrifricc in America. And in conclusion, where, or wno is ine young lady or gentleman, aye, the individual that values a Leaiitilul set in teeth, sound gum anu a swcei breath more than fifty cents, that will I e longer desti- Inleofa box of Dr. M, Hitchcock's- .Magnetic Odontica. For sa e wholesale and retail, by A, HITCHCOCK ci Co., No. H7Gene cu t. Utica, N. V., and by their gents throughout llie United States. In Iiurlington, y J. &. J. H. Peck &. Co., and Theo. A. Peck & Co. In Vcrgcnncs by J. II. Bowman. In Milton, by Bur nett it. Sawyer. In Georgia, by Lorenzo Janes. oug2 NATUIIK'S GRAND RESTORATIVE. This valuable Vcge'able Medicine stands unrivalled fur the fullowing compl.vnts, viz : Dy-pepsin, or Indi gustion, disci- cJ Liver, bilious disor Icr-, Dropsy, Asth ma, Coslivene.-, Worms and los of Appetite." and by cleansing the stomach and bowels, cures pain 111 tho iJe. stomach and breast, colds and coughs ol Ions landing. Hoarsene-s. shortness of 1 rcath, Nervou complaints, etc., which are fre-incnlly the e led of ills ease. For Fever and Ague, it i a most valuable pre ventative as well as a sovereign remedy. li virtues siirpatny llnng neretoiore known 111 removing ot. Vitus' naru'e, two lr,es have I cell known to cura this, n lili -iingdi-i-ase, afcr having I allied every exer tion lorfniir years. It has n most powerful intliience in removing nervous cutnplaints. Il i- pleasant to take and -ot-asy in its operation, that it may leauminisicreii to the infant with safety. The above 'Medicine is very highly recommended by many scientific gentlemen anil a large nuiiii cr 111 nunc-, wuu nave pruvru uiu virtues uf the Medicine by personal use and lhat of their families. A lull of certificates accompanies each 1 oitle, with directions. It mav I c had wholesale or retail of S. Britain, Barre, and'J. C. Farnain, East Williams- town, v t. sole proprietors, rrepareu irom the origin- al recipe; fur sale by 11.11. Pienli-, Montpelier, and J.cV J. H. Pi'.ck it Co, and Titr.o. A. Peck Co., Bur lington, and in the principal towns in the state; all directions signed in the hand writing of the proprietors. jcrj IMPOKTAXT TO .MOTHUUS YOUNG Vl-JMAIiUS. Doctw. Rr.vxe1.p3 & Pakmelei' celebrnts-d PILLS, or HEALTH RESTORATIVE for complaints peculiarity incident lo t lie l-ciualc ocx. This nrliclu is now brought before the public, under sanction of the strongest testimony, from those who have alike used it, and nlso witnessed its unequalled powers, in the removal of Female obstructions of tha most aggravated and desperate character. Theso testimonials are not brought irom the ignorant anu illiterate but from Physicians and other Scientific! Persons, who have tested its great virtues, and now recommend it iu their practice and lend to it ihe sanc tion of their names, it is not inieiidul as many medi cines generally are for all tho varieties of disease. winch it is the lot to suuer unuci. nut 11 is mienacu, sitiiplv for one class of complaints, and those only re lating to one sex. Tlu so being of rather a delicate na lure, there would be more thnn an ordtdary degree nf diffidence in coming with this article before the public were it not the taci uiai uiousanus nro continually passing from the stage of action, victims to discae, which this medicine has never failed to prevent or cure. Such has bein tho provision of Nn litre, that nearly all the complaints of Females nre connected in sumo degree with tho habit allied to their sex. And many can bear witness, wncrc n mere com at a par ticular stage, has produced checks, that the hand of Science and Skill, never hn been able lo dispel or alleviate. At first, the irregularity and suppression of the natural habits produces no very ainriiung symp toms, anil is treated generally with tteplect. And proper attention i proi-rnsthatcd until Ihe hollow eye, sallow complexion and great bodily debility indirala that either rapid consumption, or sornc other fatal disease has fastened its resistless grasp on the sufl'crf which soon terminates existence, hy a lingering hi 1 certain death. I-or complaints inevitably productive of such results this invaluable medicine is now brought before tho puotic. ti uivarniuy removes obstructions and regulate a too profuse menstruralion, find cures hy its unequalled qualities, all the variety of derange ment e onnected with the Female habit. Tho nniium and distinguished Doe t. J. Morrison, who hns proc tised medicine at Oneida, N. Vork, vvilh the most sig nal slices", for '.0 years, says "It is tho best inodirinsi now muse, tn rases 01 retention, or impression of the Mriisc, I think it will sustain the appclalion of a specific. 1 have tried it in tho worst cases wiih inot admirable success, and I wish for the good of tuflcring riiiinus, mm on piiysinans vvuiiiu iiuiuuuco 11 in their prac tier, as I have found il .answers beyond ny most sanguine expectations." lit its effect it is'kind may ba taken without the least inconvenience, n ,t is not cathartic, hut tonic am aperient. I- or amnle par ticulars rcsnrrtinff its efficiency, certificates of Pyii. eianJ Zhc T.vi w nested it cfTed. and of othim, who l ave beVn m" tignally benefited and I restored who nave c,rt.nr0 g now offered lo the pain bv Its Virtuoo- fferinrc , 1 phleta "mpauvmB tne m i. h iublcrib particular ' 'y,' f0 Now Vnsland State. Sole Afint lot inn mvri nDWARD BRINLKV. -cMetale Dealer in Drug, Medicines, rint aas) "r

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