Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, January 29, 1841, Page 1

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated January 29, 1841 Page 1
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NOT THE OX.OBT OF 0 aS 8 A nt BUT TKS W L P A X or KOMI. BY H. 1). STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1841. VOL. XIV....No. 34. New Establishment. T P. WHALING .f CO. inform tlio public that . they have located themselves in thu village of Darlington, and have fitted up n store on the cast side of Church street, which may well bo denominated "Cheap-Bide," nearly opposite the bank of Burling ton, and are receiving from New York a choice selec tion of goods well suited to the season, which they v-fTer for sale as tow ns vault purcliaitd in the country, for ready pay. Among their goods may be found beaver and broadcloths, cassimcres, satinet, flannels, Merino, mouslinc do laincs ipc. A choice selection, Also of French, English and American print, equal, ul least, to ant in liurlint'lim. A general assort ment of cambrics, muslins, plain and figured, edgings, tnscrtings, blond laces, efc. A great variety of shawls, and dress handkerchiefs, ladies' gloves and hose, with n good supply of bleached and unbleached domestic poods. Also a good supply of crockery, of the latest patterns, with n few elegant antral parlor lamps ; and finally, a few choice family groceries, (such ns teas, sugars, molasses, colfec, rice, raisins, dry fish, tobac cos, lamp oils, if-c. We do not pretend to specify all the kinds, to say nothing of the numerous articles of which each kind is composed! but suffice it to say, that the assortment will be found to contain most of the articles wanted in the country! and thoe that favor us with their custom will be entirely relieved from the examination of old goods, or remnants. Our entire stock is new, nnd fresh from the market, and has been selected with the greatest possible care, with reference to the wants, comforts and benefit of the people. Hut we do not wish the public to take our word in this matter, but most cordially invite them to call and examine for themselves. Hurlington, Nov. 26, 1810. ISAAC WARNEK. HAS received and keeps constantly on hand a large and full ussortmciil ot GROCERIES, among which are COGNAC BRANDY, I St. CROIX RUM HOLLAND GIN, A variety of WINKS, nnd almost every article in the Grocery line, all of which he will sell on the most reasonable terms. He would alo inform Tavern keepers in particular that he will sell mm, brandy and gin for 03 cents a gallon, which he will warrant of a better quality than some "which have lately been hawked about the country by n certain New Yolk pedlar, and if not adjudged by the best judge to be better, lie will not ask any pay for them. He invites them to call and compare. Iiurlington, Oct. 1840. tf. IiIVERY TABLE. HAVING luadecxtensivc re pairs bv Jul, 1 it ion of new building, Horses, Carriages, Harnesses, Saddles, etc. the subscriber is prepared to accom modate the public in good style and on short notice. Single, Tcndem, four or six Horse Tmn,. .. ill l. f ,,..;.1,..,l ,., , -.Tiu.inii ties ot pleasure. A man may lie found in the Barn at any hour, day or night, to at tend calls. Cah paid for Oats ami Hay, 3 doors East of Ihe Log Cabin, or at my shop 2 doors Wct of J. & J. II, I'cck it Co.'s store. SAMUEL S. SKINNER, iiurlington, Dec. 12, IS 10. NOTICE. The sebsenbers h.ting formed a partnership under the name and firm of Stash & Dow, in the Tin, ShectlronandStovc business, would respectfully inform the public that they keep constant ly on hand a complete assortment in the nlinc line. They have now on hand n variety of Parlour, Box and Cooking Stoves, trimiugs tic, which they will dispose of at the very lowest prices in market. All orders will be executed on short notice nnd in the best ptvle of workmanship. J. J. STARR, ISAAC DOW. Chun-li St., opposite the jail. ? Iiurlington, Oct 30, 18)0. ) MIE Burlington BREWERY has . now commenced business, and will have new Beer in a few days, , when all orders will be punctually I atteiuleil to. Iiurlington, Sept. 1340. GEO. PETERSON. TV KM' PAINT SHOP. --.PAIT.DINO & MILLS li have opened a new Paint Shop cm Church-st. lun ilimr south nf H. Lane Slore. wlifre Ihev will do all kind of HOI'SH, SHIP, SIGN and CARKlAGK PAINTING, ill the Is'-I po-1 1. h; manner ami on term to Miil lhoi who m.iv fa voor them Willi their patron ugc. Paint, Oil, arni.h and Putty, constantly on hand uud fur sale. K.O. SPATLRING. Burlington, April 9, 1810. C. II. MILLS. WINDOW SASH Just received 15, 20 and 217 by 9e'aeiiii-nt ol sash, a fu t rate article at 3 and 3J cents per light i alo all kind andsize, liinit-liej lo order. Ticonderoga Mack lead, a lir-t rate article, for -ale very low, together with a great variety of other arti cles a cheap as can be iound at any other establish rnent in the place. Geo. Peterson. NOTICE to GROCERS &. HOTEL KEEPERS, The subscribers keep constantly on lund exten sive assortments of Essences and Syrups, also Stough ton's Bitters, Wine do. Soda and Seidlitz Powders, .Spites of all kinds. Purchasers will find it not for In-ir disadvantage to call upon us.. October 23. THEO. A. PECK et Co ,w intur: KSTAII.ISIIMH.T. At the suin of the MORTAR one door cast of .. .p J. II. I'ecK f- Co. The subscribers have opened an Anothcearv Store, and intend to confine themsches strictly to that business. They now oiler to the public a general assortment ot genuine ale-Ui-cines, including nllncw Chemicals, and the Mtndard Patent Medicines; constant attendance, will be given, and particular at tention paid to prescriptions. Burlington, Aug. 20. THEO. A. PECK efc Co. LAST ARRIVAL. NEW GOODS just received by the subscriber i and it is of but little consequence to the purchaser low they came. I will only say they were mostly (lurchistidfiaa credit and will have to be bold at some price to pay my ddits as I will convince any tne who will call at my store on Pearl street. SIDNEY BARLOW. NOTICE. fT HE rents and interest, payable to the town of .a. Iiurlington, will tall Hue on ilie nrst day ot Jan uary next. The lessees and debtors of the town arc requested to make prompt payment, without further notice. GEO. li. SHAW, Dec. 11, 1810. 'Wit Treasurer. NEW GOODS At U. T. Fingttthu's corner Uriel; Stort near Mr. I'hiln Doolittle's. rTHE subscribers are receiving an entire new sclcc- .- tion or DRY GOODS HARDWARE, DRY GROCERIES, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, FINE SACK SALT, Coarse gnd Fine CAN ADA SALT, CODFISH, NAILS. I.A.Ml- (111., GLASS, &c. and respectfully inwtc the attention of purchasers to the new prices. H. MJ OIDDINGS & Co. Burlington, Nov. 20, 1810. CONFECTIONARIES Jmt rcccicd, a selected variety of Stuart's celebraied confectionarios heatly put up for retail trade. Also at wholesale. ' THEO. A. PECK, & CO TVT LOVELY & Co. arc now opening and of XI . fenng lor sue a more extensive assortment o seasonable Goods than tlicv have ever before nllered in this market j amongst which is a great variety of 4.MT1113 ..nil I.., T'pin, minna ill i.f U'llii'tl n rr Mtf.p.l extremely low for Ready"CASH. Oct. 22. smaLE. DOUBLE. UMBILICAL. JUST r'cM a supply of Marsh's celebraied Trusses ofevcry description, for faH by the dozen or single Oct. 10, 1810. THEO, A. PECK & Co? Sign of the Mortar. 10 bales for sale by thebaic HICKOK & CATI.1N. XJ single, by CHINA, Glassware, Crockery nnd Looking Glas ses, justrce'd and for sale by N. Lovely & Co. ALSO, Soda Crackers. Sept. 3, 1810. TVtUGS AND MEDICINES. A large sinmlv lust J ree d by June 19. J, & J.H. PECK ek, Co. ENGLISH Currants, Family Groceries, Salmon, smoaked Herring, for sale by N. Lovelv & Co. IJiAIRDANK'S SCALES, bv .Inly 10. J. & J. II. PECK &. Co. GIi.VS. II irli ngton, Vermont, and Eex, Cylin der Gla. made at the Chanu.lain Gin world. and very much improved in quality compared wiib the laic brands, for sale by J.&J.'lt. PECK &, Co. HW. CATLIN & CO. have one piece of blue . black Beaver Cloth, a match for which, has not been, and cannot be found in this market. They have also two pices cassimcre, which very far surpass the beaver cloth. Nov. 12. ICASEC-l EnglMi Merino. I e-ae French do. I cac black bombazine. 1 case colored do. . Jut ree'd and for sale by VILAS, LOO.MIS & CO. T AMP OIL of the very best quality, also 2d and 3d XJ quality, by GEO. PETERSON. MAVNAHD & NOYS' line lilac',- Writing Ink, which ha siood let for more thirty years. A cass. iu-i re-cciveu auu ior saie i.y 11 Aug. 1810. C. GOODRICH. NEW GOODS. Sidney Harlow has received a general assortment of good at his old store on Pearl street, which will be sold chean enough. N. II. Wool roe-eive-d for goods Iiurlington May 28. FIT IIS. OTTER Seal and Nutria Caps J Linx and Coney Mu'U; Boa, natural colour, Swan, Coney and .Nutria I riiiiiniug, Uult.uo Koic, tor sale oy Dec. 2, IS 10. II. W. CATLIN & : Co. P ( 100 kegs by Junein. J.& J. II. Peck & Co. ROB ROY Bclvidicr, 8-4ths. Brocha hroiilered Thibet Shawlsi black, white, and scar let merino do. G- Ith raw silk, chally, muslin dc lainc and Saxonv do. Woolen, Thibet nnd fancy scarfs, iut received by N. LOVELY, & CO. s EALS, Log Cabin letter Seals j plain do. do. mot to letter Seals. I'ANononN et HnissMAiD. EN cases Prints, 1 case col'd Cambric, just ree'd and for sale by VILAS, I.OOMIS & Co. UNCOLORED BOAS, otter, seal and cloth caps, mulls, collars, capes, down, angola and fur trim mings, silk and mohair fringes, fur gloves, cheap, by N. LOVELV &. CO. V Bit HEX A CllEAM for shaving, clarified Ros in, Warrm's le.t Needles. Silver Thimbles and lots of new Goods, opening at the V.iriclv Slore. Mav29. PAMillORN & BlflNSMAID. WINDSOR HIl' I.ES. for -ale at the variety store. PANtillOlIN k I1KI.NSMAID. VITRAPPING PAPER.- just ree'd Nov. 20. 200 reams various sizes by C. GOODRICH. VM-HAPPING PAPfUt.-IOO Re.uns Wrapping " Paper, and a large -ppply of w riling, 1 oth Cap and I-ctter, lor sale by D. A, BllAMA.N. IliOUK. Truv, Ohio and Mii higan, constantly receiving by J. & J. II. prcK & Co. bush. Seed Rye, free from all other seeds, for W Pcarl-st. Sept. 16. sale by C. BENNS. OPUIIS, Riding whips and Cane, at the Variety O Slore. June II. PiNRnonN &Biiiksmaid. ' DIAMOND CEMENT, for mending Ga, China and earthcrn Ware sold at the Variety Store. Oclolicr3. 1'ASfiOORW iSi llnis-iMAio. ps. French, American, Satin and common JJ J House Paper, some very rich pattern, for Sept. 25. sale by N. LOVELY & Co. 2 CASES English Mcrinoes, I case French and German Merinos, 1 case fig'd Bombazines, just ee'd and for sale by VILAS, I.OOMIS & Co. M ACKEREL, on consignment, in half barrels just received and for sale by J. . J. H. PECK &Co COTTON Wrapping Twine, a good article just ree'e Sept. 24. by N. LOVELY &. Co. FLOUR. A few Bids, of Family Flour, of superior quality, just ree'd and for sale at HOWARDS. GRINDSTONES, by June 7. J. &J. II. PECK it Co. WOOL TWINE for sale at HOWARD'S. ni28 POTASH KETTLES con.tantlv on handbv June 19 J. Si. J. II. PECK Sc "Co. CONGRESS WATER, just received a fresh supply olConirress water, and for sale by May 2G. GEO. PCTEltSON. pOHS BROOMS & PAILS. 100 doz. corn brooms 50doz. patent Tall-, June 19. J. & J II. Peck & Co. 0 Hhd June 19. iioston n. e. niiM. . Gardiner Brewer, bv J. & J. II. PECK t Co. 200 BOSTON Acadcmys and Harmonists, for sale at the book store. D. A. I1RAMAN. SHAWLS. A large asiortment, comprising nearly every variety of quality and style, for sale by nl2 H. W. CATLIN & CO. CROCKEKV, Glass and China warcj large, and small looking glasses, a good assortment, bv n5 N. LOVELY & CO. CLOTHS ami Cassimcre. The attention of pur chasers i specially invited to the assortment of cloth, cassiinercs, and vesting of nl2 H. W. CATLIN fc CO. BIIILES. A very large aortment of all sixes of Bibles, and p'n vt from 50 i ts. to 815 each, Just ree'd ami for sale at the Book Slore. I). A. IIRAMAN. BARNES new Geography, on the Classification system; a e-ry ti-eftil work for school, just ree'd and for sale at Ihe Bookstore je!9 I) A IIRAMAN Qf Bales brown sheetings and shirtings. 8 0J York, power loom, and Dorchester Ticks, sale by (s30) VILAS, I.OOMIS & CO. PINE LIJMIIEK, for sale. 80.000 feet 2 in h plank inc h hoard. 1 1 inch flooring, and saidi stuff, clear and common apply to STRONGS & Co. s UG A !(.! I Hhd. B. Sugar for sale by Sept. 25, 1840. II. WHKKLKK. "PHE People's Presidential Candidate, or the life of I ... J : t... n:.t I ,t:i.i .1. a- m. iienry Harrison, uy isisiiuju iiuureui, ior sale at the liook store, price cis. Burlington, Sept. 23, 1810. D. A. BRAMAN. F ARWELL'S SHOES, a full assortment ju-l ree'd and for sale by II. W. CATLIN & C SALEIt ATI'S. June 19. 40 casks, by J. . J. PECK ct Co. CROWN GLASS, crown by Bedford, Saranae and Clinton j. it j. ii. ri-.UK (V uo. C1ROCKET, Comicand People's Almanacs, for IBIO. ' 4000 for sale at publishers prices, bv Sep. 30. VILAS, LOO.MIS & CO. I (T Boxes Tin Plate, j X. 30 bundles English J.VAJ and American Sheet Iron. 50 do. do. do. Wire, copper and brass wiro Vellum, for sale by Sep. 2i. VILAS, I.OOMIS & CO. 1 J Hhds. New Orleans Sugar, on consignment, 1 O Aug. C. for salo by N. LOVELY & Co. FAREWELL'S Gailer boots, walking shoes and slips, a full assortment Ladies lincn'd India rub ber shoes i plain do. Umbrellas, fmcv work baskets, buck gloves and mittens. N. LOVELY Si CO. 2CA-SES whito and col'd Spool Thread, 1 do Pins, 300 lbs. while nnd assorted Thread, 500 gross gilt nnd fancy Horn Buttons, 20 do Fancy Soaps, just cpi. a. rcu u anu ior saio uy vilas, i.oohis . uo. FURS. Oltcr, seal and nutria capsj lyns and coney mulls i boas) squirrel, natural collars j swan, coney, and nutrU trimmings huflalo robes; fortalcby III VW, BROAD Cl.OTHfi, Beaver and Pilot coths, cussi. meres, colored and whiln Flannels, a full assort ment, ury cheap for cash by N LOVJiLY Sc CO TJUFFALO ROUES. MEET lit ON. boxes Canada Iron. 50 bundles II. G. English do. just ree'd nnd for Oct. 10. sale by Vila, LooMts & Co. riESTI.RMEN'S VKn AI.I.S. fi dn-nn Ur pairs Gentlemen's Over Alls, (loin? stocking's.) just received and for sale by the dozen or single pair ai Montreal prices ny JA.ill.-5 11. rui fi r. a He will loot mem to order, Iiurlington, Oct. 19, 1810. SALT. 1,000 Minols Coarse Packing Salt, 0,000 Minots Liverpool Salt, For sale, in Quantities to suit purchasers nnd deliv. crcd at any Port on Lake Chnniploin, by JASlJiM U. I'IKKCE & SO.N. St. Johns, L. C, Sept. 4, 1810. S)f)f0 Yard. super fine, fine and common wool iC)yJ cn Carpctings, just opened. Also, plain veiieouri mid uauinsK siair carncung, i urKcy nnn Brussels Rugs, Oil cloihs for tables and Blovcs, tush matting, printed floor cloths, Sec. by na IN. I.OVI'.I.Y, & CO. DRUGS, Medicine, Perfumery, Paint, Dye Stufls, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, &c. The subscriber is now receiving his fall supplies of the above goodsj selected wilh great care, which he will dispose of at the lowest market prices. ROBERT MOODY. BOOTS & SHOES. Thu subscriber hn now on hand u L-enernI Assortment of MOtVrS nml SHOES, ol'theinot fashionable ylf, nnd thorough workmanship, which he oilers very low for CASH. E. J. FAY. Is. II. All kinds or measure work done ni short no. tice. Burlington, Cliurch-stMav 28. 1840. PAPEIt.-C. GOODRICH has just received from the manufacturers in Massachusetts, n full supply of linen hand-made, royal, mcduim, Demy, cap, letter, folio-post and billet pnper, of various qual ities, a wove, satin, laid, gilt, &c. &c. for sale at man ufactures prices. June 30. RICH plain black and blue black grade Swiss silks fordressess: changeable rrro do New York, nro deAfric nnd repp silks, assorted colors for bonnets1, plain and fig'd poult dc soi silks, dark and light colors, black, blue black and colored silk velvets. A large assortment of ribands of nil kinds-, chinellc cord, silk coru, tvc. 'l assets, lace veils, worked collars, 1 hrcau lares, working cotton, black trimming lace. Light and dark kid gloves, black fillet do. Black silk and mohair milts, hy N. LOVELY & CO. TTALL patterns of Merinos. Taolionis. brown bl'k JL S and mimic, fine Qualities. Albnines. brown, bl'k and light colors. Mouseiin dc laincs, all wool, cotton and wool, and silk and wool. French, German, nnd l-.nglisli Jlermos. Alpacca cloths, and black ground mouseiin de laincs, very fine and beautiful, for sale by nl2 H. W. CATLIN & CO. LOW'S Writing Paper, wholesale and retail, at the Manufacturers prices, and the best assort ment ctcr before ottered at the Bookstore of the sub bcribcr, consisting of the following kinds. 23 reams sup. Pot Ruled. 15 do fine Letter do. 20 do sup. do plain. 15 do cap ruled. 10 do lino pot do 8 do do billet do i.iuewne, a large supply of wrapping paper at re- tluced prices. Oct. 30. I). A. B RAM AN Kf prs. Ladies col'd. and black French Slips, OKJ 20 do do. Gaiter Boots, 20 do Misses col'd Slips, 50 do Gent's Pumps, 2 casts Men's seal Boots. Burlington, July 14. H. C. STIMSON. 30, ToiiAc:to. lest nine Tobacco. 10 l.oies Cavendish do CO package sheep do 2000 lbs. Uuf do. do. by J. & J. II. PECK & Co. 45 OILS. bbl. American Linseed Oil. 10 Tierce tall sperm do 5 do winter do do 35 bbl. refilled do do J.&. J- II. Peck ol Co. 80 SALT. bush, solar Salt 30U0 do steam do 1500 Jo line .lo 1000 do Turks Island do 1000 bbl. line do 100 do dairy do 250 do I'oar-e do 2U0 sacks d.nry do by J. & J. II. PECK A. Co. Or"lnn falls, llraiU & American Iron. CJVJVJ kegs Nails fiom 3 1 to CO I 250 do Brads from C t to20a Horse shoe Iron Scroll and Ilaine do all sizes Band Iron from 1 to 4J inch Round do ilo tli.lo Square5-6 lo '3 do J. & II. Pt.ia & Co. 1 OH GROCERIES. 1 JJ chests young Hyson Tea, 75 do Hysonskin, do. 20 l ags pepper, . 20 do Pimento, 40 do Codec 50 boxes Pipes 100 do It.) r Soap 200 do Rai-ins 50 kegs do 40 do Pore ginger 400 Mat C'a-si.i Si. Croix Rum, Holland Gin, Siguclle Brandy. Bal timore Gin, American Brandy, Champaigne, Brown and Pale Sherry, Madeira and Sicily Madeira, Mar cuts .Madeira and .Malaga wine, iiy June 7. J. & J. II. PECK & Co. lain VE STUFFS. 1UU bbl. Cam Wood 200 do Log Wood Si. Domingo 250 do Log Wood Canpcachy 250 do Fustic 200 do Nicaragua 40 do Alum 25 do Blue Vitriol 30 do Madder 50 earbovs Oil Vitriol Murialic Acid, Ao'ia Forti, Nitric AcM, Carcuina, Bar Wood, Peach Wood, Quer Citron Bark, Sianih Flotant and Bengal Indigo, Lac Dye, Nutt Galls, pre Paper, Jacks, Tenter Hooks, CreamTartar and Anal June 19. by J. & J. II. PECK & Co. CHEAPER and belter for Ready Pay. Tito sub senber would inform his customers and the pub lie lhat on account of his loss of Goods by lire and the damaged ones selling oil' so cheap, his present slock is principally made fresh and select, and the cloths being bought at low prices can be sold cheap. All kinds of clutliinrr made on the shortest notice. Culling done as usual. All kinds of clothes cleaned of paint, crcne, Ac, anddressod, pressed and repaired in the neatest manner and brought as near ns possible to their original beauty, and warranted without dam age. Alo on hand, (no wailing until New Years or running all day after Trimmings Top Coals, Clonkes, Dress and Frock Coats, Pantaloons, Waist coats, Sailor Jackets, Boys Clothes, Flannell and other shirts, Drawers, Slocks, oc. Also all kinds of secondhand Clothes, Hats, Caps, Hoots and Shoes, Travelling lings, Trunks, Furniturn and oil olher ar ticles common and uncommon. Clothes or produce taken for pay. C. BENNS. Pearl St., Sept. 1C, 1840. MOORE'S ESSENCE OF LIFE. A Valuable Medicine, which, if rightly applied, will is- ihe means of savinc thousand from an untimely grate. Ithasls'cn sold and iieil for thirty years, with great siiectss, and found very elheaeiou iu I he following disease, viz. Coiisn.nptiou, Whooping Coughs, com mon Cough, Co'd, difficult Breathing, Inlhienza, Quinsy, Atluna, Phthisic, Spilling of Blood, Flam leney, Indigestion, Loosene of thu Bowel, Filsol every kind, Cramp, Riekcls, Colic, Catarrh, Dyson lary,' Fainting, Ilypochoiulriac AlUvtion, Headache., Sicknosnl Stomach, Mea-lc, a preventive of Con tagious diseases, Gout and Rheumatism, iCT"! henbove Medicine i prepared hy Ilenry Sey mour, of Hailley, Ma.. from Heeipe, by ll direction of aid Mooie, nml sold by him and the principal Druggists in thu rnitcdSlatc. Sold w holc-ale and retail, by J.&. J, , Pock Co nml hco. A, Pivk iV Co., Burlinglon, and by ihe dcalersTjgcncrully Ihroiiglioul thucounirv NOTICi:.-J. TRVON, Jlerchaut Tailor, would respectfully announce to the public and his old customers in nartieular. lhat be continues ia ,wnm. modate all who call, with the latest improved fashions nnd ivnrk not inferior In nnv. nn rrfiunnnl.lo itnil.. at his old stand ou Si, Paul street. On hand and for sain rhean for n choice assoilnieiit of superior llrni.lclnltiu. Casalmires. V.sllnnu in, I Trim N. II. Coals cut for 60 centsreash. " P. S. Those indebted mil pleat call and pay up 135 BOSTON nnd TROY IRON COMPANY.-Tlie nublio are herein' nolificl. ihai ,h I,,,.,' nt. nl ensling in every branch and variety, is done to order, on tlicsliorlest notice, at Troy, V. Thecompany haw much enlarged their foundry, nml nn. now nrpnnml to do all kinds of work done at any foundry in Ihe country. Mill-gearing, l'ot Ah Kciiles, Stove, I nnl,s At..(u. .1... .... I.- I t. f.l.'l. I All who wi-h to contract for stove-plate, or to pur chase a large quantity ol'hollow-wnrc, for the purpose of retailing, will lie furnisheil at wholesale prices and all who limy favor us with Ihcircallsor orler, will be dealt by a liberally as at any t-stablishmisit in the country. Orders should !w addressed to E. R. Cros man, Superintendant. or A. Young, Agent, Troy, Vt. to senire an early reply, and prompt attention. DISEASES OF THE LUNGS.-Dfetdedl, Ihe mof I popular reen'dy ever known in America vegttublt J'ulmonarv Baltam ! ilm mon vulnl.t remed nuw in ne fur couglis, roldi, amhma or philiiiic, coiifiinipiiou. whooping cough and pulmonary flVcliocm ofeter) kind, lis sale is slraddy increaiing. Had the proprietors are eouaianlly receiving ihe moil favorable account of its efferis. 1 he following new certificate, are offered for public examination. flu interesting Us . Exirxci of a If Iter from Mr I. S Clay, Kingtion, Ulster co., N. Y. lo the proprietors. Yours of ihe Dili mat. was duly lec'd. A remarkable cure was i nVcied by ihe VegJIstle Till, msnary Ilabain iailicwimer nnd spring nf 1835. The .eron, Mr. .Mooilv, had been sick long lime with Ihe cunsumpiinn. Ili phy.ieiant had giien him up lie was reduced so low hi io lie unablt lo help bimf If, and win raiting a large iiuanlilv of blouil when he commenced using the Balaam, which lias tflecied a complele cure, and he is now as hale and dearly as ever lie was. Mr. hat lemoved from ihii town. bul he Ins nrciiilacd me n more detailed account nf hi. case, which I willfoiward on. C. S. CLAY. Kingaion, N. Y. June 25. 1833. Exlracl nf n Idler from Or. J.irnl. M,.r. Tl.. Vegelable v Bullion has been auld in ihii county for two years, and ihe mediciae haa gained an uncommon celebrity, for it rcarcely in noe inalance siieii oi uaviiig me uetireu euect. I am uy no means in favor of ihe many nnairuma, mom ol which are im- liofilionj upon a credulous public, but lhat which I know by iiae lo be efieciual, I cannot help but give my sic,,,. n iuiinif:iif;,i ITCIHrailon lias been offered here by h lraclling Agent, ofComstock, N. Y. and there is another article ended here lhalia 'trongly suspected lo beapurioua. JACOB MTKR9, M. D, Mifilincton. Juniata en. Penn. Mnv 3. 1B.17 P,nm Dr. Samuel Morrell. to ihe Pronrietoi. nf ih V..f. 'able Piihnonary Balaam. I am saiiaRed that the Ve getable Puhnanaary Balaam is valuable medecine. Il has been used iiithia place wilh complete ancceas in anoWlinaie complaint ol Ihe lungs, attended ilh a severe cough, -loss of voice, and Ihe raiaing of much mood, winch had previously reaiaied inany approved piearriptiona. After using the Batumi one week, the patieni'a voice reiurned and lie was able lo sneak audi bly. I'liia caae occurred aome lime since, and the man it now engaged not only in active bul laborious uutineaa. itrriicciluliv. He. a, nlORRKLt. It it now more lliau tix )fart tince I wat brought very low by nil nfTeclion of the lunia. and mv eoainlsint wat declared lo be incurable by a council of three pity- icihiii. I waiilien rexureil lo aagoo I heahli aa I hail enjoyed for many years, by uaing ihe Vegetable Pul monary liHiaam. aince my recovery I nave recom mended I lie BaUain in a ereat manv caaes of lunff roinpiiaiiiia, and ao lar Ha 1 can learn, lit use in- .. . . p ' . raruilil) been follotvrd bv much beiienl, and in many inatancrt il has effected curst vthich were wholly unex pected. Samuel Everett. Botioii, March 2, 1837. For tale, wholeaale and retail, by J. s i. II PECK & Co., snd THEO. A. I'CCK ft Co., Bur lington, Vt. IN QUIRK.. ASK THOSE WHO KNOW, l'lioie only olio know bv nisi or immediate outer taiion, can form ant idea of ihe rflecit, of ihe par feci relief, of i he iilmoai charm. like curet effected in catet of ihe PiLit. Rheumatism, all Swellisoj, and all external I'aiss, no maiter how levere. by ilie of Hays Liniment. Kind one who hat Hied il lhat will not laud it above Hllthinga eter uaed. nnd yon will find vtliat cannot be Iound. UJ"ror ilie reliclol suffer' ing human heingi who may be afflicted, I beg you lo atk aik of ihnie who know ask the Hon, ALFRED CoNKLin, U. 8. Judge for lhat ditiriel, reaiding near Auburn; ark Matthiw 1. Mteri, Eq. Alhena, rv;. V : ak uen. uurr ureer. Inie ol Watliiniion city, each of theae geutleinen know ofcaaea uncoiHinrr able by all niher remeibes or phyaieiaua, though tried formally eaia, dial have been cuied by (he uae of I lie S iiuinei'ay't Liniment. Th luaanda ofoiher pcraont Know tinniar cuiea. We appeal lo their aenae ol jut lire iheir human leelmga. LZ"lt ia hut a iluiy yon owe lo your fullering leuow-ueings to let linsgreai remeiU be knonn. sneak nl il then to all tour Incads Thit will sate much pain where the newepaperi are nit read, or where readers are incredulout, beeauaeto many worihleat an idea aie adiertiaed Ior the atme purpoie. To buyers we aay, if all who have uaed it do nottayit ia beyond all praiae, then do nol lake il. The proprietor will nol allow ibis arlicle lo bepsidfor unlett II curet, when allihedireciiont ale fully follow ed. Will anv one suffering refute nnw lo iry il 7 I f lie doea, he ought to be pilird more fur hie obatinary lhan hit suffering. SUf-Mr. Ilatt would nerer conaeni lo offer liis arlicle, were he nol compelled by hit aenae of moral ol religious duly lo do hii in mi power lor i lie victimi of diairesa and miaery. For ihit purpoie he would sooner devote a foriune. lhan secure a dollar for any wurlhleta article. ICp'I.OOiY OUT.-Some twindlert have counterfeited thit arlicle, and put il up with various devicet. Do not be iinpoeed upon. One thing only will protect jou il It Ihe nnineof Comafoca 4 Co.; I hut name mini be alwayt on the wrapper, or you ore cneaied. Do uoi forget il. Take ihii direc tion with you, and leal by lhat, or never buy ; for il it linuQtaimc lur mil uuicr iu oc true ur ktiiuiiic. SOLOMON HAYS Sold by Comitock tf Co. ? Fleicher aireoi, N. York. THEO. A. PECK it Co. Whole-ale Ag'nta fur Ihe a late nl Vermont. ITO THE BALD-HEADED fc OTHERS M. Duea any know a neighbor or a fiiend who baa beeu Bald, and whnae head it now covered wilh fine hair? One whose coat collar wat covered wilh dsn diuff. though bruahed every hour which bat now van iahed entirely I Or one whnae hairt at early age were tuning grey, who now has not a grey hair? Children whoae head, were covered wilh scurf, whole hair would nol grow, lhai are now growing the fuller! ciopt of hair ! borne caiee mini be known lo motl person. Aik them ihe cause, and von will be told lhat three things have been done by ihe uae of ihe Halm of Co tumbia. Of 20 jearsgrovvih ia litis article, ita demand incicaaius annually some bundled per cenl, ihuiigh when diicovired nol opiwied by unylliing for ihe rame purpose, now aaaailed by hIiuoi numberleat iniiahroon iraih preparation lhat will ruin the hair if uaed lo any extent. Can more lhan iheae facia be wanted Iffer lo ihe recoinmrndaiiona by a Mil ofnamea of leapecia bilit),uiie,ualleil b any oihei arlicle. Look to iheae things buy thia article. Slay and pieaerie your hir by in ue, or if bald restore il, l.adirt, attend lo lllie huudreda in f.iihion.ible life are uaing il at the only arlicle really fit for ihe toilet. Long hair ia veiy apt lo fall out. Ladice, uae the llshn of Columbia m lime lo eave yourreUca the ibagr.icc ul haldueii by neglerl of vour nereons. Ill vour duly, as inmaliala lo nre serve ihe beamiea of n iluie, with which a bnniiciful Creator hai endowed jou ; uae the Balm, for il will do it. CAUTION TO BE REMEMBERED. Several most fl.igr.inl alteinpia have been made lo e juntei feil the line Balm of Columbia. Some of the '.i iiioatera have gone ao lar at lo counterfeit ihe tplrn Ii j wrappers, and ihe Falls of Niagara, nml eveiy ex. (dial inaik except the name of Comiluck, which ihey dare nol forge. To avoid impoaili"ne ihcrefore, al ways look for the name of Comaiock & Co. or L. S. Comatock, and never buy ihe arlicle unleat it hat lhat name upon it Sold wholesale md rflail, nnlv at No, 2 Fletcher tticel, N. V. THEO. A. PECK & Co. Whoteeato Agentt fur the Siato uf Vermont le BALSOM OK LIVERWORT ror Consumption Dvj ep-i.i. Asthma, and nil doeascs ofihe Lungs u ml Liver. Thi-se diseases prevail longre-at evtciii, cre-alinginiH-h distress and some fatality. All these can Is rcmiihtsl by thu use of Dr. Taylor's Hal-oni ol Liverwort. Tlii medicine is purely Vi-giuible, nnd from ils iKviihar action upon thu Liven always found n radical reiueli fur ihusu diseases. For Femnles and men in a very weak Hale, no ine-dicuu- can Is: so grateful a restorative', as it not only strengthens, but purifies and gives a lu-allhy nciion io the whole sys tem. Constantly lor sale by N. MlVELY A Co. who have iiist recci'vcl a fic-b siipiily tj capnable Goods from New York, all very cheap for e-dsh. Burlington, July 30, 1810. A BLIiiSING to Mothers. American Soothing I f S!.tm Cur children Cllltina leetll. The timely use: of Ibis article will save children much pain, nlien a Fever and Iho pamlul operation oi lancing tne emni, 1 nric. nsliH-ol IO iH 11. (iisllrev's Conliat an CXCll I lent article lot ihe nurscy I Jj cl., IkhIi llio.c article 1 told at Ihe Vat ciyStote. A: UnlNSHAti). , ICy IMPORTANT CAUTION,T3 It is n singular fact and one much to Is; rcgrclled that valuable medicines, as soon as they Isjeome pop mar, and have ruecivcil the test and approval of a diseriininatlng public, are sure to be counterfeited, and thus a bad and spurious arlicle is immediately palmed upon llieiinsii.peciingforlhc genuine. This hat been notoriously the case with all popular tried and truly valuable inedicncs for years past, and will prohahlv continuutu 1 Ihe case for years lo come. The bae and contemptible counterfeit in this way meanly takes advantage ol all tl, i-U',,h. .i Using used by the proprietors ofthc genuine article, to gel their medicines into use and deserved popluari ty. II is therefore not less llicduiy than it comrihtiles lothe safety of every honest individual in the com- ITIiim 1 1. In atnri.ii rn... .1... 1 i f l,ln TRUl?Tall HKAKTLIrHS INOIUTKS who thus irrc- 'Iuhiihv innu wnn iitr.iMnami iile. There i. a ner.nnliv thi namn nfJ. 11 iFTli'IlI. FOKT. now enrraccd in scllinir a Pill done on in tn.s in exact and perfect imitation of the geun'nc INDIAN VEGETABLE PILL-, with the omNsion ofonlyone word on the Boies viz. Wright. The Pills sold bv this Rochefort are evidently intend,! ns a fraud anil iiiiioMuon upon me community, or they would not have been done up in such exact 'imitation of the. gen uine. This Iver.son is tall blllslerinir Willi It renl ll,e. airiral swagger, lie wa reecnlly known an very poor player in linltunore, under Ihe musical cognomen of Jim Brown, and i about twenty live years of age It is almost U-yonda doubt that he is supplied wiib the Pills from u Druggi-t firm in this city, who have heretofore lox-n notoriotily connected wilh counter feit lucdicinea. As soon as prool is obtained the foun tain head of this nefarious business will I cxpnaed, that the community may shun them at they would a terpen!. IN THE MEAN TIME THft iTULIC ARE CAU TIONED against buying WRIGHT'S Indian Vtnr.TAnt.r. Pn.i.s Of any One Who does not exhilx't n r-ertllicnte nf nr-..n. cy signed by the agent for the New England Slate and bearing dale since January 1810. Also lake par ticular notice that the lol lowing wording ionlh box es Wright's Indian Vegetable Pill find. Purgative) arte Indian Ventahl 1'itU us u rrtu!a rmrm fnr ditcaae in itt every varielyof form, brcsuie ihty iho rougniy cieanae uie tioniacii anil uoweia, induce a pro per dlirharge by the tungt, akin and kidney, and tli mutate the blood to puiify iltelf. In oilier words ih-y open all the natural draina, and leave kature ((Ae Grand PAytteian) free lo drive dieeaee from ihe body. The above outlets, or diaina, are ihe coniinun tewert of the body, through which all moibid and cor rupt buinort (the cauee oldiaenae) are carried off; and to long at they are all kept open, and diacharge freely ineir auoiieii noriious oi inintirnv. me tioiiv will con. liuue in heahh : bul when from eaiini inuuoner food breathing impute air, tudden Iranaitione from heal to cold, over exhauation or any other rptiee, Ihe bowele become cotiivs, ihe poiea ol Ihe akin become cluaed, or the kidneys fail to perform theii fuuctiiint properly, the impuriliet which tliuuld be drained horn Ihe body l. .1. . I -at a. i , vj nitre uuiicir. win w icouiitju, niiu cuiimiiiic iu He cumulate until ihe body becoinet literally loaded with dilate. If ihe ehannelt of our mighty riven should become blocked up, wonld not the accumulated waters find new online, or the country become inundated Juei eo with ihe humai body ; if ihe natural drnint be come ctoaed, the tlagnanl and corrupt buinort will find venl iu the various forma of iliaeaae inch at Feter, Small Pox, Meatles, Rheuinaiitin, Goul, Apoplexy, &e. or Death will eu-1 our tuffeiingt. Therefore, when tickneii at ilia tininacb, p.iioa in ihe back and tide, quick pulae, burning akin, or any other tinplea tant tympiums, indicate thai one or more of the na. lural draini are not ditrhnrging firely, and ihe ronali tin ion ii about to commence a iiniggie lor ihf reaioru tion of heahh, no lime thould ht lost in adminiaiering a faar briak dutei of ihe Indiaa Purgative (Indian Vi gttabtt Pith.) By to doing, all Iht Innciiona uf iht body will be reilored lo order, rod ihe foul humort (the cause of every inflanulion or paiu we tuffer) will bt removed in to eaty and natural a maaaer, tint ihe body will be reilored at if by a charm. The abuts Pillt may be taken at ALt limes and under ALL cir cumttaneei, wilh perfeci safety. They anil all torn plaint l and all ages, andaralo ihe human coueliiuiioo at food : conaequtnily ihe can nener iiy'ure even the moil delicate. Like our food, ihey are digettible; therefore ihey tntrr into ihe circulan'oa and imparl an energy lo the blood, w iiicli enl,lrs il lo flow wilh fiee dom quile to Ihe exuemiiiei nnd cuniequenily to keep the pores of ihe akin open. They are true and pet fret purifiers of ihe blood : brcauaeihey drain all corrupt humors from that life giving fluid. I'ltey imparl urengih and vigor lo the whale lyalem, nnd iheir ef fect! areatwaya beneficial : becauae ihey only remove Ihoie humors which are oppoaed lo health. I'hey aid and improve digertion, and sound sleep followi iheir uae: berauee ihey eleanae ihe tioinacli and bowelt ol those slimy humours which nol only irritate and excite Ihe nervous eyaienl, bnt parulyte and weaken Ihe di geiliveorgana. In ihon they potarai all ihey good iroierliei that can lie claimed for any medicine : and hia very remarkable, it it utterly impoilib e lo uae (hem withnui benefit. Price 25 cents per Box, with full directions. OiTIit and General Depot for the New England Stale, No. 193 Trcinont Street, near Court street, Boion. The regular appointed Agents can receive their sup plies of the alove popular Pills, as heretofore, from Ihe only office and general depot for ihe New England Stale, laSTrcrnont streel, Boston. Pedlars or trav elling agents arc not allowed to sell I lie genuine Indian vegetable Pill, therefore never piireha-e from them, for If you. Io you will l sure lo obtain a dangerous and counterfeit arlicle. a Tiir.o. A. Peck At Co, Agents in Burlington, for the sale uf the Indian Vegetable Pill, also. VV. II. Hollet, Willilon. Vt. and A. Hrinm;,id, Hurlington. HHERMAN'S WORM LOZKNfiES. CHILDREN ur adult can lake medicine in ihi form without dilll-ulty. It is ihe only way to make it pleasant. Thee Lozenges arc ihe great est discovery ever made, for ditiellinir the va riou kinds of worm that so frequently and distress singly annoy IsDlh children and adults. They are an infallible remedy, and o pleasant to the taste thai children will take them as readily as a common pep permint lozenge. Many di-ea-es arie from worm, without ils ling suspected. Sometimes a very trouble. some cough, pain in ihe joints or limbs, hassling nt the nose, 6u: ore occasioned by worms, and can I easily cured by thi celebrated medicine. The follow ing s'ymptoms indicate I he pre. nice of worms, viz: headache, vertigo, torpor, di.tiirld dream, hvp broken oil" by fright and screaming, convulsion, lb. verihnesT.,tliir-l, pallid hue, bad lale in the mouth, otrenive hrcalh, eh, difficult breathing, itching at the noe, pains in the stomach, nausea, ipicainih nes, voracity, leanne-s, tenoiniis, itching at the anus toward night, and at length, dcjivtiuns and films and mucus. One is a do-e for a child two year old two for one lour year old three for eight year, and live for an adult, and should Is- repe-aiisl every morning, or every niher morning until relieved. ICf Sold at the Variety slore bv PANGllORN & HltlNSMAlD, Je relief, Burlington, Vl. w hole-ale Agents. A liberal discount lo increhauls who buy to ell again. SHERMAN'S POOR MAN'S PLASTER. afThNLY V2 cent each. Each piaster lias nrintcd VF on Ihe back of it, ".Sherman's Poor man's piaster." thu lest strengtheninsr pla.ter in Ihe world, anil a sovereign rcniisly ft r pain or weakness in the lack, loins, side, brea-t, neck, limbs, joints, rheumatism, luml ago, tic.&iw One million a ye-ar will not supply IhcdeinaiuU They ripiirea little warming before ap plication. Warranto! superior to all other, and for one quarter the usual prer, nuking not only Ihe- bc-r, bul the i-heapet plaster in tlx- world. Il atlords rebel ina few lion., nnd makes a-toni-hing curt . Inliver complaint and dyspepsia, it should lj worn over the region of the live-r er stomach, and il will stliird great and uvtonishiiii; relief. In cough-, col, I., asthma, duli cully uf breathing, oppression of the che-t or sloinach. Ihey will immediately sooth, and greully la-nefil the palienl. Persons ol sedentary Imliits, or llio-cobbgtxl lo stand modi, will itsvive ikVided siipporl from one eif he,e truly, stn-nglhentng plaster. Physicians gen er.dlv res-oinmend them, in iri-fereii-e In all olhcrs.U- eause Ihey slick ur adhere la-per anil atford grvater reiiei. iu ineir ojirraouii nicy- lire stioiuiani, ionic, andnnislyne. Theyiirccomposevl of entirely diilen-nt ir.greshenis from any other j and known from ihcex-jri-nViHx-of millions, who have- usixl llieni, as well n thu unitesl teliinouy, of all ihe ivlebrated and dilin gisheNl clergy and physicians, to the mot ii-eful and highly iissliealislilater,e'Vcr iiiveiilol or oilered lo Ihe pub'ic, Se-vcral -H-rsuns have e-alhsl al the ware house to express their surpri e ami thanks at the almost miritciiloii e-itres these plasters have cllectixL One man who had been so nll'ucnsl with rheiunalisin, a to Is; unable to dres himself without assistance, was enabled after wearing one, only one night lo gei up alouei in the morning, mil on his dollies and call at our offiiT with -ye- Isxvining wilh joy and his tongue- pouring lortu too gtauness oi ms iit-ari, at the sudden and sicuai re-nei lie nau rei-e-Vei Iroin Hits Iv-t ul all rcmclic. Ask for I r. Sherman's Poor M in'i Il .i.-r. Il it so callesl, K-cau-e the nrie-! nlaix-s it in ihe power en an lupurcnase, is iugoniv I II e. iso'd at lh va riciy store by PANGBOHN it BRINSMAID, Jewillcrs, Ihirlitiglun, Vi. wholesal c8(.-cnl. A Iile. al difcout invrchaulst who Uoourjsj .!! a-jaiu. LYMAN COIiK, have received Iheir iisiiu extensive assortment of fall and winter good omnrising n great variety of figured saxony, doul li ana single width. Primed Crape Merino, Miiuseline del.aine, &c. Figured Alepine, figured nnd plain English Merino, Oro dc Naple and French do. Worsted Camlctceu. Alpaita Cloth, Thil el Merino, iVe. Iieaiiiiful article, for ladies cloak. ErHiinelle, Salisbury Flannel, figured Circassians Ac. Gouts Hair and imitation Camlet. Bris'hella, Persian cloth (tc. 1 1 navy double milled Broad Cloih, Heaver and Pilot Cloth, Rich Diamond Ik-aver Cloth, a new ar ticle for Gentlemen over Coats. A large niimla:r of heavy vvnrted shawl, a ftw Lupins laM Merino and Cashmere do, ."selling, Palatine and Edenlioro, do. Rich Chally, Mouse-line dc Laiue ami lldkf. SILKS. Heavy Canton, Gro de Naple nnd other Silks, rich figured Blue Black, Brown and other colors, Glove nml Hosiery. DOMESTIC GOODS. Cotton heeling, shining, ticking, wadding nnd cotton yarn, sit ei ior lrih Linen. iAii.uic ii(i.Mi.i,sj,sUWirig silk, iwisiauu 1 hread, radiliug, rjanva, rsetis-ia, eol'tl .lean ead, Paikliug, Canva, Sclecia. col'd .lean, wu and Illa-k Linen, Plaid Worsted Facing, Wor Surge, Si k do., Silk Binding, Silk Curds, Wurs- iirowu an ted Surge. ttit Binding Sei sVe VESTING. Woo'on Velvet, Silk Velvet, Valentin. Silk Salin e. Silk Velvet for trimmings aorteil Color. Rolyn rhts-ks for children wear. GERMAN COUGH SYIIUP. A Few dozens of this famous medicine, for the cure Colds and Coughs, are for sale by thu subscri bers. Recommendations from many of our citizens can be given. THEO. A. PECK & CO. Apcth ecu ries, Court House Square. HEPATIC ELIXIR, A CELEBRATED remedy for complaints arising from a diseased state of the LIVER and its Secre tion, the following are a few of its symptom, weakness tit the-stomach. Indigestion, los of appetite lowne t'f Spirits and Headache ; il will be found a sure remedy (or Eruptions on the Face. Incoiise ipienes of Ineir I eing many nostrum circulating in thi part of thei-ountry, tlicsttbscriN'r are authorized to warrant it lenehcial cllbcl. This article is just rei-eivesl, and oilered to the public a one well worth Ihe attention nfthuae who are afflicted by complaints from the alsive: diseave ; it being from' an eminent physician we feel confident in thus recommending il. Oct. C, 1840. THEO. A. PECK & Co., Sign uf the- .Morlar,oiieilooreat uf J V J II Peck & Co AMERICAN ALMANACS for 1911, for sale at the book store. D. A. IIRAMAN. WORMS, WORMS.-Dr. M. HiTCiteuck's unriynlleil and unequalled WORM TEA, a sovereign rcmeslv for Worms. Strange- and incredi ble are- the c:lcct of Ihe-e deletable vermin : few person, and it i thought none are free from ihem, par ticularly female and children. Many pcron go through a ditreing course- uf medicine without a U-netil, when thi-y might Is; relieved t,y using inc Worm Tea. This invaluable tin-die ine has Iss-n tcted by the exoricni-e nfmeirc lhan ten years use, and administered to more lhan 10,000 persons of various age, and not one solitary complaint; on the contrary hundred have called, and unolieile-d. given their de cided preference! lo it. after trying ihe diilerriit articles sent lortti to uie puoic, and pronounceti iir. .u. linen e-oek's Worm Tea the rnot safe, ellci'tual, and con venient ri inisly lhat can be obtamisl ; for iu no one.ol the-ihoiisamls of uitanee where it has been ued ngresuable lo the primed ilirevtions ha it eve-r failed. Ass lor nr. .si. iiiiclie-oek's wunai l ta, a mere are many noslrum abroad lor Ihe detructionuf worms Forsale'whole-alean.l retail by A. HITCHCOCK ii CO., o!e proprieties, 117 Gem-ee street, I'tua, and bv Iheir asents ihrouchout Ihe I'nion. In liutlington, hy J. St 1. II. Peck & Co.. and Theo. A. Peek it Co., In Vergennes, by J. H. Bowman. In Milton, by Burnet tSr, Sawyer. In Georgia, by Lorenzo Janes. BUgsV LOAF, Lumpand Brown Sugar, Teas, Cotfe, sperm candles, winter strained lamp oil, molasses, rice, nutmegs, Eng. currants, soda crackers, cloves, cinna mon, ssleratuB, brooms Ac. for sale bv nS IS. LOVELY, A CO. IYMAN .It COI.K, have on hand an extensive U assortment of Burlirmton Mill Co. BROAD CLOTHS and BEAVER CLOTHS. Also. Agreat assortment of English Broad Cloths, Beaver Cloihs and Cassimures, which they will sillatre-dueed prices. .1. Ir.u. A lew thousand lbs good, Meier nool or which cash will be paiil. Oct. '.''1, 15-10. MT. VERNON HEADER, uf dnlerent sise-s and buisling, Pocket llil.b- ami Testaiiicut and a general assortment of slatioua ryjiist rce-eived from N. York and for s.ile-t y Coll.-ge-si. je:J5. S. IH'NTl.VliTON. f ORE NEW BOOKS, Just res eivsl nt the Book IvX Store, A New Home. Who 'II follow. Young I.edie-s Companion. Ct.uiitcss bh. Hav-wanl's New England Gaze-terr. Mite-hell's Gcograplni-al Reader, a system ol Geography, compiling a )e--cr!ptioii ol the World wilh the grand divisions, designesl lor in .slriitlions in schools and families. Wonders of the Heavens. D. A. IIRAMAN. LEATHER Ac The subscriber has received and is now receiving from New York, a large as sortment eif Leather, Hoots and Shoes in addition to his former stuck, consisting of the following articles in part: 100 Sides Sole Leather, a superior artiile,frce from 30 Heavy Cow Hides, water, IU Sides Htmeis Leather, 10 " Black Bridle do 10 Doz. Sheep linings, 2 " Smith Sea Seal Skins, 1 " Grained Leather, 1 Case Men's Snitnor Calf Hoots sewed, war anted, 3 ' " Thick Boots, heavy at SJ.SO per pair. 1 " Boy's 1,871 " 1 11 Small Bovs " " Together with Kids, Kips, Shoe Thread, Prunella Cotton and Linen Webbing, Blacking, Shoe Brushes, Ladies I- rench Kid S ins. and a ceneral assortment of Misses and Children Slips mid Walking Shoes, an oi wme-li win De sold low lor casn. II. C. STIMSON. N. B. Wanted, a few bushels of Buckwheat, Rye and Corn. E. J. STIMSON, Agent. Burlington, Oct. 12, IS 10. NEW SCHOOL GKOGIt AI'll Y AM) ATLAS WITH OITLINE MAPS, by S. Arurs TCI MtTCiirLI.. The author nt the aUivr works has been profeie)nally elev otesl ei the seieuex' of Gco'y and ihe publishing of Map, during many years and hi former produe-tions, epe-e'ia!ly hi Map of ihe World fur Academics, ls-ar ample lo.iimononv of his abun dant re-soure'c, upon which he basso lifs-rally ibawu, in prislue-uig iheaUive school work. The lollowing extrait of the Geo'v and Alia, isfrom a joint e.f the Teacher in the city of New York. "Their merit arc numerous the dctinition remark ably plain andi-oncie. Theexerci-e-sn re copious nnd important, and thc-elescriptive i liiininuu and correvt. Theilivisiiai of Ihe American eoniine-nt, arc icpre sented and ik -erilssl a Ihey really exi.t al the present time'. And the gross iniiaieinents generally Iound in scaool geegraphiesnrecorres-le.l. The typoprapht'. cal exevution is un commonly neat and distinct, indtxsl the atlas is a model e.f ihe kind, and actually term with information,' The- outline Map arc peculiarly e-alciilaiesllo exercise the student in bis study, and 10 fill up at his leisure. For sale by C. GOODRICH. S)f CASK! Fancy prim. 3 do. I.lis-ehed sd.evt U tnrs. do. Damask tabic covers, j'usl res-eiv-e.1 an 1 for ale-. n2S VILAS, LOOM IS, Co. T IVE AND LET LIVK."-The subscriber JLi would re-specifully n'lurn hi thank to lit former patrons for (he many favors reseivesl, and would also inform them that liucuntinui-s B.ok Bind ing and Blank Hook manufacturing at his old stand and that be will sell Blank Book, common school hooks, Bibles, Albums and stationery on s good le-rms a any one. Blank Books made lo any paitern on short noiie-e. The patronage- of the 'public i re spevifullysolicitisl. SAMI'EL I1UN l'lNGTON, Sign uf the Hesl Ledser, I coIIcrc-sI. Nov. 40, 1840. NEEDLES. Hemming! if Sons', Warren's, and other fine sewing nsenles, ground elovvn, be- a.,.! sl,-r,i Sn.lli.rc Itnrnn.B 1! ni. !...'.:,.:., T't1.. v....... nn.r T.,. SilU ,1 I P, i'UI III.IU, iSlllllll.fli I (' , . HI" .si ....v, ...a.,- Iiour Neoellcs. Those wish good nci-dlio can elepcnd n,.n r,ii,lln.. llii nl nil ,1,.. Vn ricf V Sinn PINS. Paper and ounce pins, black pins, hail i...'. i. :.. . .. o...n ,.. .,: ,,i puis, niy iuii-;i niifjv I'l.i-, t,.j onion, the Variety Store, by Pssgdohn if CLOAK FOUND. Picked up in the street, n few days since, a Scotch Plaid Cloak, which the owner can obtain by applying at this oflice. Jan. 14. CAPS, CAPS. W. I. SEYMOUR offers for sale Black and Brown Oiler, Hair and fur seal and Muskrut CAPS-dark and light coloured FURS for XlnfTnnrl eriinminna. Itosu. hest and eomninti. Seal Collars, Russia Lamb, Black and Grey for Collars. 1 Durtnirtou Nor. 6, i;ij. DR. PHINNEY'S FAMILY PILLS, lor remo ving symptoms of irri'alion ari iug fiom foul stomach and bowels such as lo of appetile, or morbid e ravings for food, siekne or vomitting, nam or an uneasy ennlKin at Ilie- tut of stomal h. with sotirne, and a costive state of the- bowels, flatulence- wilh fulne. of thec prrrls,nnd pain on pressure, with faintne, jaundice, dyentnry, inins m either side, nnd piles. Alleclions of Ihe hciid,ilizzines, stu por, wi-akne-ss, de-preion of spirit, hysteria, hypo chondria, and edict) di-turbcd sleep, sick he-ml achea soeoiiiiiion wilh feeble, deliente persons, especially females, diarrhoea, ur!ooenes of I lie bowel.,and dy scntary, di-ease of t tic skin, and worms so frequi-iit wilh e-iuldre-n, nlleelious of the- elict, such a cough, or difficulty of Lre-athiiic, o'e-nsioned very freqctnily by n disurderesl stnte of iho slomaLh. Mhnthly allce-tionsoffe-iiiali-s, when checked by general debility with lews ofappelite, attended with cold feet, e-tc, tiguennd fcvir, intluenzn, rheiimalie! nde-clions uf the joint, .scrofula, liodoloroiix, ur painful allectionsufthe nerves of the f,uv, neck and shoulde-rs. 1 have found them useful in removing chronie: catarrh, if persevered in for some time-, in smaller dose. They ore accommo ilatesl to all age, (children of B year old may safely use Ihem,) nnd loany climate, and under all cireuin Mances. They contain no mercury nor other mineral. The-y arc purely vegetable. Doer.. Two lo four may Is.-taken al a tune, and rvpentesl every oilier nighi, iinlil the longiie i el-nn, and tbo discharge from the bowels, instead of I cing light colore-l or dark nnd of fensive, becomes free and full nnd lieallhy, with a re turn of apjsetite-. CERTIFICATES. Thc undersignol ha had the pleasure ulan acquaintance with Dr S. Phinnev ft some year past, during his residence in llii Tilings, where he has nttamcd a high character a a phyioian He ha had an opportunity also in repealed instance's, ulleslingthc value ot the ''Family Pills," nndfrnin hts own experience of their efficacy, a well ns from it knowledge of Iheir good etlects in other case, he has no hesitation in recommending them to Lcjut what they profess lobe, a very valuable Family Medicine. THOMAS M. SMITH, Pastor of the Prcrbyterian church, Catskill N.Y. I feel it to be a privilege and duly to ny, thai lo the extent of my observation and experience, which is verye-oniderable d irmg several ye-ar, the utility of ihe arlicle both for Dypepy nnd ns n mot efficacious Family Medicine-, far exceeded my anticipation. More lhan thirty years 1 have not enjoyed health, but siitlcred much from sick head-ache, and from billions n'll-elion. I have had the advice of many respectable physician, but never found any e'leclual iclicffrom my complaints until atrial ofDr Phiiiii-y'.- Pills had Urn lllaele. Samurl Lllt'RtlltLL. Harnionsbiirg. Craw feu-d Co., Pn., July, 183S. Catskill, Greene Co., N. Y., April, IS23. To all whom it may concern : This certifies that Dr S. Phinney ia Phy-ician of the- lirt standing in this village, having received In medical eiegre-e at eam bridge I'niver-ity, and is entitled to the highest respect from the public. Rev. David i'orier, D. D.j Rev. Joseph Pn-ntiss, A. M.; Tboma II. Cooke, Pre-ident of Cat-kill Bank; Rev. Thomas M Smith; Jacob Han-lit - Rol crt Dor Ion, Counsellor j John Adams, do; Si. Watson, do. If these pills do not give satisfaction alter a fair trial they iu y U- returned, and the money will be reludJcd. A cent are hereby authorized to do so. Agents. R. Moody, Burlington L. Janes, Georgia! T. W Smith, St. Albans C. 1.. Drake, Wt Milton and at nio-l of Ihe siore-s in the-state-. o30.3m LOTION. LOTION.--DR. EVANS' BEAUTI FYING LOTION. Highly cste-emeel for curing all Eruptions Coar.eness, Redness and Pimples on the Face Neck or hand-, nnd eilei tually cleaning the cumolexion, and removing all e!iease of the skin Nothing i-outribiiies so much to our general success in Iile, as an engaging first appearnnee. This Lotion is admired a most fragrant, mild, safe wash and great ly esteemed forits virtues in cleansing, softening, and purifying Ihe skin of all eruption, so injurious to fe malc beauty, and riMoring it to a high degree ot pu rity. A tii-aiitifnl complexion is the pride of all who possess it, and tliee-nvy oflho-ewho are deprived of il. What is so atfectinglo a Is-aiiliful fcmale,in whose face nature has displayed her power, a lo hnd hen-omrlex-ion discoloured wilh disgusting pimple, w huh mar herm haimsl A good appearance is the let recom mendation ; mid a the Beautifying Lotion purine the skin, and remove- all Pimples, 'Blotches, Tan, Sunburn and Redness .and presJuces a beautiful hue, it is ihe only cosmelie a lady should u8 at her toilet. Gentlemen will nil alo hnd Ihi a delightful remedy, to remove all Rsughne, Pimple, Ringworm, Spots, liednes-, Sure-ne of the- face and noc, nnd every kind of erup tion on the surface of the human l-ody. It i particu larly recommended to gentlemen to l'c useil al'ier sha ving, as it will prevent Ihe- otherwise certain edeet ol all common oap, in turning the rs-ard premalurely grey. Ior sale Whole.ole and retail by A. HITCH (XiCK it Co., Nn. 117 Genesee street, Ulica. In Bur lington, by J. it J. 1 1. Peck & Co., and Theo. A. Peck ik Co. hi Vergcnncs, by J. II, Bowman. In Milton, by Burnett ck. Sawyer. In Gcoa, by Lrcn70 Janes aug 20 HAIU I HAIR ! ! lAI,I)N KSS." Impor tant DNcovcry--tlie .Mvslcrv fotinrl out at last. -DR. STERRY'S HAIR RE'GENE RATOR. Dr. Sterry, after much attention to the important subject of preserving the hair, has, after maHy experiments and physical been ablo to discover and article which is now oilered with the greatest i-onfidence for the toilet ns the best thingever dise-ovi red, for, for its softening nnd penetrating quality to produce a geod he-ad of hair to prevent it from falling ot)' when baldness is apprehended lo restore it when l.sldncss lias taken place, and lo prcvcni it from turning gray. It ii is more nourishing than po matum, antique oil, or Cologne water. It U a beauti ful article for ladies curls it makes the hair soft and lively, and produces uncommon brilliancy. Thous and! have tested its superior virtues and excellence, and in every instance il stands unrivalled. It is an infallible cure in all affections ofthc skin on the head as dandruITi Vc. Sec. Every family should be sup pliesl with a bottle of this oil, that by its application to the head and hair uf children, the beautiful and or namental appendage ofa fine head of haie, which na ture has supplied us may be preserved. Fiom thu numerous certificates a nd reeominemlations received of its salutary inlluenec. the Doctor feels firmly per suaded he has s iicce-ciled in producing an article which will meet theelesireel wishes nnd approbation of iho diihlie-. For sale wholesale and retail by A. HITCH COCK Se. Co. 117 Gencseest. Ulica, N. Y. In Bur lington, by J. & J. II, PECK & Co. and THEO. A. PECKitCo. In Verge nncs bv J. II. Bowman. In Milton, by Burnet Si Saw yer. In GiWgia, by Lorcn ro Janes- rum: 1.ION OF THE DAY. NO CTRE NO X PY!- The Genuine old Dutch or Ger man Vegetable l'llls. Highly leeonuiieneled by Duel. Vale ntine Motl, M. D. e.f N. Y and olher. The-e are the order ! Anyone lhat doe not hnd re lief from these pills the- price i- refunded laek, llie.-u arc the poilivc order ofthc Proprietor lo agents and e ibe-r. in eulering thec pills to the public, I appeal In their intelligence-. If these pill., are not wli.u ihcv recommended, you are in duly bound out of re pee-1 lo yourself and loinniiiniiy to re-,cct them, and publish them to Ihe world ns .in imposition, humbug nnd quackery. Thepiibli, may ! assured llieyare purely vecetable-, they arc e-e.mpo'sesl of nine in-rretlint, part ol the- medicine is etnly found In Aia and in 1 tit at-li-y of Germany. 1-or eonvi-nieiie-c the-e e-xlracts are- made into pills and will I- found a surce-urc or re bel' lor all billious complaint-, yellow and billi, li-ver, lever and ague, ja. in bee, e r!ei rab, billions cholic dispcp.ia, itc. It I not preienelesl lhat this inestn'incis a cure I'.r all di-e-ase lo which the human system i liable-. Ten lln u-and ui'les ellorl have Is-cn tn ede to drawfrom the region ot unknown fancy oine lonz-Ction theory of mnzir an. which would e-uic each and every dieae-. Gorsl meshcinc i not lounuin uie tire or wniriwinu, rieaiin and Happiness hang upon chance winds time is the he-raid of truth. Thu pai at le-ut is sivurc; they have already raiel a inonunieni i l iheir gre-.itne vihich will efefy tho e-orrrslingtiKiih of tune-. Noncean Is' Genuine without a wrappe r and direvi ions on e-ach box em winch mv -.1 ST. .1.1 ...l...l.,.nl.. nn.i .-1 ll.lillf IS writte n Ul li .iiu. i m i.wiiruis. ii.i.. icinn by the subscriU-r at Glen's Fall. I y A. B. A D. Sand 79, and 100 Futlon si. and H. M. Meigs, 313 jScmii M.,l.i in,-,,,,- It .1.1111 A llrtwh-v. 5111 5iicrst. Troy, GencrarAge'iils for Ihe state e'.l'Ne-w York. ' MEKIilTT GRIFFIN. For sale by Win. Rhodes and K B. On en, Rich mond; Morion & Clark, and D. ii, D. S. Lathi-op, Williton; HacareV Coiiisu-k, Shell um ; II, Sianton, Essex : Ge-o. B. Oake-s, and Allen Barney. Jericho: J. H., We-slforil; J. II. Bnrne, Charltlle; R. .ilooity and lie-o. i ctcrson, liorluiglou ; and ly r. BRIG'GS, Iiurlington, Age-nl lor Chiltende 11 Co., vv:hero Sub-Agents i-nn I e-siipplieil al vv nole-salepriivs. OIISERVF, ibat the genuine-Cough nnd Worm Lo zenges and all e.iher, inaile by Dr, A. Sherman, urc sold in boxes, sealed up and have! Ihe naniei of "A. Siit.nMAN, M. I)." oil the Poxes, Purchasers will ple.eo reuiciulsT this as tho popularity oflbec nrlicles, has indue-i-d many individuals to inakei an arlicle-, fur infe rior, to sell, when. lhe nrlicles nreenci'iireslfor. The poor Man's PIalcr and Shi-nnan's laizcngcrs, are Sold at the Vuriety Store, Pascdokm Se IIhin-smaio. BROWN SHEETINGS, 3,000 yards. 150 pieces Calico I als) wadding, balling, und vvickiug, for eolcat WHALING d Co'e.

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